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t TOE PALACE BARRACKS BARRACKSPower BMUlICKSj B4R1tCIiSPower
j Power POl r of Young ount oun Turks Vanlihe anllh s In Capital Capitalfiot CapitilH
1 H I r fiot Army In Provinces Is Reported R ported to toBe tov
t v Be Against Now ew Regime ReElmeAbdul Abdul It I IDeclared II IIt 1fledarati
t Declared Organized Mondavs Coup CoupSftclat CoupSpcfal
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Io Sftclat Cablt Cab D Df Dpadws ft palette j to THE SUN SUNCOKBTANTINOPLE SUNCOMtlTAon SUMC0bTATINOPLE
COKBTANTINOPLE COMtlTAon oPLE April 15 Every Everything Everyt ¬
J t thing is outwardly calm tonight Condi Conditions Condll Condit1005
l tions are normal norma everywhere in the city cityIt ctyt
It Is i a period perio of awaiting awaitng developments developmentsI Q QThe QTbe
I The Sultans control cntrol of the army seems seemsat seemsat seemsat
at any ay rate rt for the time tme being to bo boabsolute hobo1uta e
t t absolute ablute Be has J ordered ordere the troops troopsformerly troopsI troopsformarly
formerly constituting cnstitutig the garrison garrson at atthe atte atthe
I the te Ylldiz Yldlz Kiosk KI0k who were wer withdrawn withdrawnrecently wihdrawn wihdrawnrentIY withdrawnrecently
recently rentIY by the former forer Government Goverment to toreturn toand toreturn
return and reoccupy reocpy the barracks bcs around aroundthe aound aoundJ arounct1i
J F the te t1i palace palce He has ha ha also sent orders order to t the theprovinces theprvinc theF
provinces prvinc that all al the battalions battlons sent uentthither sentk ent entttber
k thither ttber by the te Committee Committe of Union and andProgress andPrgres andProgress
Progress Prgres are to return retr to t the capital capitalforthwith cap ltl ltlforbwith itl itlforthwith
forthwith forthwithThe forbwith
7 The committees cmmites power here ber has ha van vanished vani vanIsbd ¬
i ished ie None Noneof of its it leaders leer shows his face faceIt faceI faces
s < It I is i rumored rmore that tht Ahmed he Rica Rlz and some someether sOle sOleeer somet
t I ether eer of the more important import members member of ofth ofcmmit oftbe
th tbe committee cmmit have sailed Ble from fom Constan Constantinople Conatn ConatnIN Constanr ¬
IN r tinople tDople ti pI on O the te yacht yt Cohuna Cohua belonging belongingto belongingt
4 to t Prince Pc Aziz ziz an a Egyptian Egyptianflow Egti EgyptianI
l I flow UO far fa the committee omlte retains rtain its itsInfluence is isluenc
1 Influence luenc in the provinces prvincs remains to be beseen b been
seen Mn There Ther is I considerable cniderble anxiety in inofficial incla1 inflloial
official cla1 quarters qurter hero her on this point It I is isvariously is1aoy
k variously 1aoy reported rprd that the Second Scnd Army ArmyCorps Ary AryCr Armytp
Y tp Corps Cr C rp with headquarters beaqulrter at Adrianople AdrianopleAdheres Adanopl Adrianopleiie i
L iie Adheres des dheres to the committee cmmitee and opposes opposesthe opposs opposste opposesL
the te new regime gie but all al available avaiablo accounts accountsConcur accunt accountsconcur
Concur onc in stating statng that the members of ofthe ofthe i ithe
the committee cmmitee At It Salonica 8ona control cntrl the theThird theTird thei
i Third Tird Army Ay Corps Crs and have telegraphed telegraphedto telegrphed telegrphedt
N to t the tle capital capial demanding demnding the tn restoration restorationof rstrton
of 0 the Young Youn Turk Government Goverrent adding addingit
it is I said Md a threat thrat to to lead led the Third Corps Corpsagainst Cr Corpsagahet
against agat Constantinople if the demand is isnot Isnt isnot
not nt conceded cncd d Reports Rprts however from fromsources from8urcs fromourcea
sources 8urcs which represent rpreent the Adrianople Adrianoplecorpa Adrlanopleer
corps er as I opposed oppd to the committee cmite say saythat 8Y 8Ythat saythat
that the Third Thir Corps is yet unaware un unawareof ware of the thefact therac thefact
fact rac of the situation eiuation and is unlikely unlkely to tomove tomove toc
c move when it learns learn that the Constitution Constitutionis Comtiuton Comtiutoni Constitutioniseafe
is i iseafe iseafec safe safeTh sre sreTh
c Th The Sultan Sula gave today toay an audience audienceto audienc
1 to Ismai Ismail Komal Kema whom the mutineers mutineersdemanded mutneer mutineersdemanded
demanded demande be b made President Preident of the theChamber theChambr theChamber
Chamber Chambr of Deputies Depute the audience being beingtiven bing bingfiven beingiven
fiven tiven in i recognition rgition of his bi appointment appintment
to that office ofc It U i doubtful however howeverwhether howeverhether howeverwhether
whether Parliament Parlient will wt accept accpt him himThe hi himThe
The Chamber ChmOr held a secret session sessiontoday sesion sessiontoday
h today t < ay and decided deide to accept the rlga rlgalon resignalion resigna resignation ¬
lion of the Cabinet and to
grant
lon Cbinet ad grt amnesty amnestyand amnety amnetyand
and in ina a subsequent subeuent public publc sitting sittng die discussed di dieCUSSC1 ¬
cussed the election elecion of a new President PresidentIn Prdent
t cusse
J I In accordance acralc8 with the rules rle of the House Housetho Houe Houef RouseSthe
f s the Deputies Dutc have hve to choose ch08e three thr names namesfor n namesfor e
for submission to the Sultan and slips slipsof slps s1ipof
lit1t 1 of paper pa r were wer distributed ditribute for the purpose purposeof
l fr A of recording r rlng the votes vote The result reut is isunknown isunk isunk5own
unknown unk wl but it is reported repre tonight that thatthere thatf thatthere
f there is i an a n irreconcilable irnciable division of opin opinion opinion ¬
t ion Ismail ImaU Kemal being Olng beingthird third on the list listTha lst listTh
Tha Th only disturbing diturbing incident incitent today todayoccurred todnyi
occurred d at Galata where iyed iyedArif iedtkt
i t occurl G4lta wher marines s ipi7ed ipi7edr
tkt r I Alf Boy y commander cmmdr of the cruiser cruiserAsiri clipr cliprI cruiserAsMri
Asiri Tewfik and ad P P i member of the com comnitt coinnittee
1 nit nittee e They Tlpy had h learned lernd that in Ir ii the thf up uprising upJ upT ¬
T rising J ng he had h ordered orerd the cruisers crllr guns gunstrained gunst ln
t trained tain on the Yildiz Yiciz Kiosk KIOk with th in intention intenton intention ¬
i tention tenton of supporting supprtng the Government GovernmentHaving Oonroent OonroentHaving iovermnentHaving
Having been t captured cpture he was bound and andhi and andhI andhis
hi hI his captors Cptr proceeded proed to t punish punih him himThe himThe himThe
The repoits repJs differ difer as a to his fate One Onesays On OnI Oneaye
says Yf h he WSA S taken to the thl palace palnc and anr there therelynched thre therelynched
I lynched Iyncbe notwithstanding o the efforts elorts of ofthe ofthe ofpr
pr the palace palac guard gar to save him Another Anotherrepresents AnothrreprMnt Anotherrepresents
s represents reprMnt him as a being binl buffeted bufetd and andbeaten andbeatn andbeaten
beaten beatn and then t en allowed alowed to go Still Stillanother Sti Stillanothsr
another anothtr rumor says he wm taken to the theMinistry theJlinitr theMinistry
Ministry Jlinitr of Marine MarineNazim Mltrne MltrneXazm Marinej
j Nazim Xazm Pasha Pas formerly Minister of War Warand Warand Varand
and before btlor that tht commander ommnder of the Second SecondArmy SecondAr
1 Army Corps Crp stationed sttione at Adrianople Adranople has haabeen hat hass
s r been be made mde commander cmmnder of the thellrst First Army ArmyCorps ArmyCrp ArmyI
I Corps Crp Nazlm Nazm Pasha Paha is very popular ppular with withthe wih wihthe withthearmy
the thearmy thearmyt army armyt srmyI
t I t I One of Nazim Pashas Pahl first frt acts after afterhis afer aferhi8 afterhis
his the command
appointment to ol olthe otthe
appintment oJ
the First Flrt Army Corps Corpl was wa to release releaseall releae releaeal
1 all al the committee cmmite officers ofcers who were im imprisoned 1mplson imI ¬
I prisoned plson on Tuesday He bade them themreturn themrur themreturn
return rur to their homes home and Issued l8ued strict strictorders strict strictorders
orders that tht they were not to be molested molestedAn molet moletA
An A imperial Imprial irade has h been hen issued issuedthreatening Issuedthretening issuedthreatening
threatening soldiers Ioldler who discharge fire firearms lrA lrAl firearms ¬
l arms ars in the streets stres with severe punish punishment punishment ¬
ment It points out that the amnesty amnestygranted amnetygrante amnestygranted
1 granted grante only guarantees guaratee soldiers soldier ex exemption exg etemption ¬
emption empton from punishment punllhent for acts com committed cor cormlte cornmitted ¬
mitted mlte two days day before its publication publicationThe publcation publcationTbe
rick The salient uient features teturee of the present opi episode opimde opiode ¬
g ode mde have been ben the loyalty of the th troops troopsto
to th the Sultan whose name they Ire frequently trequenty Irequently ¬
quently quenty cheered chere with enthusiasm and the thecomplete theil thefw
il fw J complete cmplete absence of attacks atacks on the lives livesor lve
or property of ordinary citizens citizensBEBLIN1 citizensBEnLI
Q rolrt ctzene ctzeneBERLIN
BEBLIN1 BERLIN April Apri 15 ISThe The Constantinople Constantinoplecorrespondent ContnUnople ContnUnoplecorrpondent Constantinoplecorrespondent
correspondent of the Lokalanzeiger Lkalanzeiger 13YS says saysit aysit
1 it is certain rtln that the Sultan organized organizedthe
j the coup cup of Monday Mahmud lamuc Muktar MuktarPasha Muktr Muktrit Muk tar tarU
it U Pasha Pa ha who declared reclared that he could make makeshort makeo
k o short lhort shortwork work of the mutineers mutner if he had a afree afr afree
free fr hand was denounced to tho muti mutinous mut mutinous ¬
nous soldiers loldiers and made prisoner by bythem byfi bythem
them themThe th m mThe
themThe The Constantinople correspondent of ofthe 01the ofL
ConaUntnople correspndent
fi L the Tageblalt states Itates that twentyfive twentyfiveLiberal twentylve twentylveLiberal twentyfIver
r Liberal members memb rs of the Chamber have havedemanded havedemnde haveI
I demanded demnde that a regular reglar sitting litting of the theHouse theHouee thei
i House be held bele and that all ai members memblrf bo boguaranteed beguaranteed hoI
I guaranteed against interference Other Otherwise Orhorwise Othorwise ¬
wise they say they will wi issue a manif 11niMto 11niMtoprote manifesto manifestoI onto ontoprotesting
I protesting prote protentingagainatcoercion tlng against coercion coercon of the Chamber Chamberand Chamberan
and an exhorting ehortng the people to rise rle in dofecue dofecueof dofecCe dofecCei
b i of the constitution constitutionVIENNA conttuton conttutonunnu constitutionVXENNA
VIENNA unnu April Apri 15 15A A moat serious Brous view viewof viewJ
J < f of tho situation lituaton at Constantinople Constntnople is taken takenhere tken tkeni takenhere
i here and civil cvi war is regarded as al a very veryprobable veryr veryJ
r J probable probble outcome This opinion seems Keenwto eemsi
i i to bo mainly based on n I statement Ittement bv bvHoaki hyHakl byiI
iI Hoaki Hakl Bey By the Turkish h military mitay attach attach6here atach6 atach6here attachI
I here to the Neue freie Preest PreestHaakl Pre8lt Pre8ltHlkl Pressefleaki
Haakl Hlkl Bey By was as joined jojn d here today by byEnver byE byt
t Enver E Bey y Turkioh ata attach at Berlin ln ad adby and andby andby
by two officers otcrH who took a prominent prominentpart pminent pminentpart
1 I part in the Young Turk revolution of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July 1003 IO They left lef together for Salon Salonika SalonI Salonif ¬
if I ika Haaki Boy By in i quoted aa I saying that thatthe thatJ
J 1 the Young Turks are in no wiw wI > van vanquished van1i ¬ I Iqui8hed
1i quished and that a 1 great iret majority of the theofficer the theofficers
officer ot rl and tho two army corps at It Salon Salonika SalonIka SalonIke ¬ I
ika and Adrianople were on their Ride sidoTho sideThe
The olDcorleas ofcorlf8f trop at the capital capitalwould capitalwould capitalI 1 I
I would soon ho overwhelmed overwhelmP by those thosofaithful thoR thosefaithful
faithful faihful and disciplined dl ciplne battalions batlloO There Therowould Throwould Therewould I
would probably be a violent collision collisionbut colsion I I
7 but no regular reclar civil cvi war warReports warRepora wart
I t Reports Repora of great aret I unrest and warlike warlke warlkeI warliker
<
I
I r t qJ y
movements t0vements among aong the Albanians Albnian ant antMacedonians and andbceonlas andMacedonians
Macedonians bceonlas as a well wel a a si among aong the theServians theServlas theServians
Servians Servlas In Novibazar ovlbr added ade to th thuneasiness the theunelines theuneasiness
uneasiness unelines here are creating In aorae aoraequarters sorflequarters
creatng SOlO SOlOquarer
quarters quarer the expectation expetaton that tht Austria Austriawill Austriawi Austriawill
wi will booomn beoml militarily mitariy engaged before beforethe beore beorethe beforethe
the trouble truble Is settled settledLONDON Betle settledLONDON engag
LONDON LND April Apri 18 ISThe The Time Constan Constantinople Cont Constantinople ¬
tinople tnople correspondence orrespondcno gives the te follow following folow folowIng followlog ¬
ing authorized summary summll of the pro programme pr programme ¬
gramme of the tht new Turkish Trkish Government GovernmentThe Goverment GovermentThe
The now Cabinet will wl follow folow the poUt political pol poUtical ¬
ical programme programo of its It predecessor preecesr both bothin
in regard to foreign relgn relations rltons and do dornoatio dol0to dornostio
rnoatio l0to affairs afair This programme resolves resolvesitself resoh resohItelf resolvesitself
itself Itelf into Int the following tolowlng heads headsFirst heds hedsFirt headsFirst
First Firt assurance asuranc of the maintenance maintenanceof
of progress progre tho development of the con constitutional cn cnsitutonal constitutional ¬
stitutional situtonal institutions Institutons of the empire empireand
and of peace pece and order orer in iu It territories territoriessecond trrltorl trrltorlsecnd territoriessecond
second secnd the repression rereslon of all al disorder disorderby
by a strict enforcement enforemnt of the tht laws s and andthird andthird nd ndthlr
third thlr the submission to Parliament Parlament of the themeasures tbemesurCi themeasures
measures mesurCi necessary necsr for the rehabilitation rehabilitationof rehhtbton rehhtbtonor
of the finances fnac and tho various variou depart departments departmentl departmeats ¬
meats mentl of the te administration administrationIt adminitraton adminitratonI
It I will wi be the object of the Cabinet Cabinetto Cabiet Cabietto
to maintain maintin as a heretofore relations reltons with withthe withthe withthe
the Powers Power based bae on an entente cordials cordlnleof crlnle crlnleof
of which the imperial Impril Government is ishappy Ishappy ishappy
happy to be one of the Pacific Pacifo factors factorsPAPIS factor factorsPARIS
PARIS April Apri IS 110 15A A despatch deptch from ftomToulon fromToulon fromToulon
Toulon say that the cruisers crien Victor VictorHugo VictorHugo VictorHugo
Hugo and Jules Mlchelet 1lchelet have been beenordered ben benordere beenordered
ordered ordere to be ready to sail Mi at a moments momentsnotice momentsnotc momentsnotice
notice notc for Constantinople ConstantinopleGlESS Cntantnople CntantnopleGU ConstantinopleGUESS
GUESS GU ESS AT T LUCAXIA SUICIDES SUICIDESTwo St WilES WilESo
Two o Men Hlth 1h Milling llllnK Women Wome to Account AccountTor Aeeout Aeeouttor
Tor Call Cal at Cunard Card Office OfficeThere OMO OflloeThere
There were two two inquirers Inquirer yesterday ye8tery at atthe atthe atthe
the office ofce of t the Cunard Line in State Sttltt Sttlttech street streeteach streeteach
each ech of whom apparently apprenty believed beleved that thathe tht ththI thathe
he hI knew one of the two women who hud hudcommitted hd hdommited hadcommitted
committed ommited suicide aboard aboar the steamship steamshipLucanU stam8hp stam8hpLucnia eteamehipLucania
LucanU Lucnia at sea on her last lst eastbound etbud trip tripTho trp trpThe tripThe
The inquirers Inquirer are all men On who is I mid middle middle middie ¬
dle aged said sid he suspected 8uspcted that tht the elder elderof
of f the women who shot herself herel and who whogave wbogave whogave
gave the name of Margaret Margart Clarke was washis washi washis
hi his wife from whom he had hd been sep separated separated p parted ¬
arated arted about abut six months The other others otherwas otherwas
was s a younger man mn who said he feared fearedthat Clued Cluedthat fearedthat
that the younger woman was hi his sister sisterShe sisterShe sisterShe
She had disagreed diM geed with her husband hubnd and andhad andhd sdhad
hd had disappeared disppeare on Wednesday Wednedr morning morningApril moring moringApri morningApril
April Apri 7 the day the Lucanla Lucnln tailed eale The Thetwo Thetwo Thetwo
two men asked the Canard office ofc not to tomake t tomake
make mike their names nam public publc as there was a apossibility ap06lbUty apossibility
p06lbUty possibility that tht the women might miht pot 10t be bethe b bethe
the missing mising ones The impression imprion at the theCunard tbeCunard theCunard
Cunard office ofc is i that tht the men knew more morethan morethan morethan
than they were willing wiing to tell tellThere tel tellThere
There is a probability probbiity that tht the mystery mysterywill mystr
will wi be b explained when the New N w York Yorkoffice Yorkoffice orl
office ofce of the line lne receives rcives maybe myb by the theteamship thefteamship thesteamship
steamship fteamship Carmania Canni which sailed sie on onWednesday onWednefdy onWednesday
Wednefdy Wednesday from Queenstown Queenstwn letters lettersrom lettr lettersfrom
frm from rom the Liverpool LIerpol office ot of o the t e line l ein in
regard regn1 to the te case Cse The belief of the theinos thelnes thelines
lines lnes officials ofcials is 11 that tht the meeting meing between betweenthe btwen btwenthe
the two women on shipboard shipbr was ac accidental ae aecidental ¬
cidental cdentl and that they had hd not known knowneach knownech knowneach
each ech other before the younger youngerbne one ne found foundlerself foundherlf foundherself
herself herlf assigned a6lged to t the room rm with Vth the thoother theother theother
other She did not ask1 as asic for any a YPr YPrtcular par particular particular ¬
ticular tcular room when she engaged engge pattelge pattelgeon
on the Cunard pier That Tht 1ft 1 why wh p81 the thoofficials theI theofficials
officials ofcals of the line lne think the m metng metngwaR meeting meetingwas etlng etlngwas
I was not n t prearranged When the U e pairfound pair pairfound
yir yirfound
found that they hud h d domestic domelto troubles troublesof trublC
of a similar simiar nature natul and that each eth had haabrought hd hdbrought hadbrought
brought a I revolver aboard they may mayhave mayba mayhave
have ba ve planned to kill ki themselves thlnflve8 simul simultaneously simultneuI airnultaneously ¬
taneously tneuI The Thl younger youngr one did not nothave nothave nothave
have the nerve nere to t do so immediately immediatelyafter immeditly immeditlyafter
after the death deth of the elder but finally finallymustered fnly fnlymusterd finallymustered
mustered musterd enough to shoot Ihoot herself four fourdays fourdys fourdays
days dys later laterARRESTED laterARRESTEO laterARRESTED
ARRESTED FOR SatOOO 820 THEFT THEFTArifllaon THEF1AddIson THEFTAddison
AddIson S Ileardsley Accused Acced by Leonard wonardJ
1 Carpenter Carltnter A Co CoAcldiflon CoAddion CoAdIison
Acldiflon Addion S Beardsloy Bearley of y > 3 Stuyvpant Stuyvpantavenue Stuyventavenue
avenue Brooklyn Broklyn was wa looked looke up at Police PoliceHeadquarters Polc PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters Headquartr lost night charged chrgo with withfalsifying withfalsiying withfalsifying
falsifying falsiying the books of Leonard Lenrd J Car Carpenter Carpenter Carpenter ¬
penter A Co C of 25 Liberty Libery street etret to tothe tothe tothe
the amount of 25000 25000Beardsley 2iO 25000Beardeley
Beardsley Beardley was VM formerly confidential confidentialman confdential confdentialman
man and cashier for the Carpenter Carpentr com company cm cmpany cornpany ¬
pany pany and worked worke for them for thirteen thirteenyears thirten thirtenyear thirteenyears
years year Some time ago on an examina examination ¬
tion of the books Charles Chre L Carpenter Carpenterone Carp n r rone
one of the firm frm discovered dicovered a shortage shortageof shorge shorgeof
of 3000 0 After a I further furher examination examinationI exminaton exminatonI examinationl3eardsiey
I I Beardsley B was wa discharged cl charge and expert ac occountants accountnte accountants
countants countnte were called caled in They reported reporteda report
I a I shortage ehortge of about 1250 23000 and Mr 11 Car Carp3nter CarI Carpnter
p3nter put the case Cle fo the tle hands hnds of the theDistrict theDtrict theDistrict
I District Dtrict Attorney Detectives DetectivP Floodand FloodandKitzsirnmons Floond FloondFitzsimmons FloodjtndFitzsirnrnons
Kitzsirnmons followed folowe Beardsley Bard ley and a awoman awoman awoman
woman to the baseball baebal game at the Polo PoloGrounds PoloGrounds PoloGrounds
Grounds yesterday and after aftr the game gametold gametold me metold
told Boardsley he was wanted for grand grandlarceny grandlarcenr grandlarceny
larceny larcenyWell larcenrWel larcenyWe1I
Well Wel I guess gUPS I cant dodge itho ithosaid ihe ihesaid ithesaid
said I am guilty guity and thats all al there thereis
is i to it itAt ItAt itAt
At Headquarters Beardsley Bard81ey admitted admittedhis admitt
his hif guilt juit again alain to Lieut Funston Funetn He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that ho had ltd spent most mal of the money moneyon
on stocks stockl and on horseracing horseracingBeardsley horercing horercingBardley horseracingBeardeley
Beardsley Bardley lived lved with his father and andmother andmother andmother
mother in Brooklyn He is i married marriedbut marie
but linn hal been bfen separated for some time timefrom timefrom timefrom
from his wife wifeFIXES wife1JS wiferixts
FIXES 1JS FOR fOR II HITRIDGES ROAD ROADPublic ROUIlublo Rot RotIuhllc
Public lublo Service Want ants S1SOOO 750 for His Hisllaitc HIIa HisHaste
Haste a te mill Fort ort George 00r5e Loop LoopThe LOlt LOltThe LoopThe
The Public Publc Service Serice Commission Commlslon has be begun begun begun ¬
gun proceedings in the Supreme Supr me Court Courtagainst C Ceurtagainst urt urta
against a l n8t the Third Avenue Railroad Rirod Com Company Comony Cornnany ¬
pany ony to collect colect a penalty of 1760 76000 in the thecase thecuae thecase
case of the Fort Iort George loop Frederick FrederickSV
SV Whitrldge Whirldge receiver of the road was wasterved wae6rve wasserved
served 6rve with 4 ith thepapers the thee papers yesterday yesterdayr
r Vhitridgo W hiridge applied apple for permission permissionto prmission prmissiont
to t build buid a loop at Fort George GErge to avoid avoidtho avoidthe I Itho
tho congestion cngCtion caused cusr by the dead d d end endinto endInto endinto
into which hleh his hit cars crs ran there and finally finallybein fnaUy finallybeing i ibeing
bein being in a greater hurry hurr than the com commisrion cm cornmission I
mission mifrlon was went ahead with the work vorkwithout workwithout orl I Iwihout
without wihout the approval by the commission commissionof cmmission cmmissionof
of the franchise franchis which he had obtained obtainedfrom obtined obtinedfrom obtainedfrom
the Board of Estimate The
from Etmate com commlHalons commlfalonA cornmissions
missions mlfalonA inspectors Inlpctors discovered discovere the work workafter workaflr workafter
after aflr a while whie ind < ordered ordere construction constructionstopped cnstructon cnstructonstopped constructionstopped
stopped Tho franchise franchlfe was approved approvedlater approv approvlater
later hut the commission now1 now1auea no sues suel to tocollect tocolect tocollect
collect colect 150 5000 000 a day for fifteen tteen day dyr aa lS a apenalty a apnalty apenalty
penalty pnalty for the work done while wble it was wasrredltating Wa wasiedita
rredltating rredltatingFIRE redltting redlttingFIRE iedita ting tingFIRE
FIRE IN GOLDFIELD GOLDFIELDFour
Four IlulldlnRi luldlnlt In Alain Street named namedIxm numedlAn BurnedLosj
Ixm lAn 8 810000 lOOooo 100000SAN lOOoooSAN
SAN FRANCISCO FJANtIACO April AprI16A 16 lbA A report was wasreceived wasreCtived wasrecciveci
received reCtived here it at 8 oclock ocock that a fire fre was wasraging wa warging wasraging
raging rging in CSoldfleid GoldfCd Nev which threo threoenad thre threennd threcoed
coed to sweep OWfep the business district districtTlw districtThe
The Western We tern Union office ofce employees employeeswent empoee
went out warning that they were moving movingout
out outA A later metuwRO me go Haid thnt the fire fre was wasconfined wa wasconfIned
confined tnlnll to t four buildings huldinls in Main street streetbetween etreethetw streetbetween
between hetw een Ramsay and Hall Hal streets and andthat ana andthat
that the loss lo s would bo 100000 100 1 1L I
L AM
TAFT TAKES YALE 09 AN IVY IVYFROM IVYFIOV IVYFROf
FROM FIOV THE WHITE HOUSE TO TOPLAXT TOPLiNT TOPLANT
PLANT AT T COMMENCEMENT COMMEXCE3IEXTCrowd COlVENCEUENT COlVENCEUENTCrowd COMMENCEMENTCrowd
Crowd Waits t for Him 11m at Night NIshtat at the te Em Emnlre Empre Empits
pits pre Theatre Teatre and ad Receives RelvH Him 11m With Witha 1h 1ha th tha
a TVhoon iThoopIls boople He Caught the Late Train Trainfor Traintor Trainfor
for Waihlngton Leaving Lavn Mrs 118 Taft TaftWhen Taf TafWhen TaftWhen
When President Pnsldent Tart Taf and Mrs Mr Taft Taftcame Tat Tatcme Taftcame
came cme out last night of the Empire Theatre Theatrewhere Tblatr Tblatrwher Theatrwhere
where wher they had seen sen Maude Mlude Adams AcaJ in inWhat Inht inWhat
What ht Every Ever Woman Knows they theywere tte ttewere theywere
were confronted onlronte by a 1 crowd that filled filledBroadway fled fledBrwa filledflroecIway
Broadway Brwa for almost almot a block blok on each eachside ecb ecbaide eachaide
aide of the theatre tbtatr It I wan the biggest biggestimpromptu bi biggestimpromptu gHt gHthJpromptu
impromptu hJpromptu gathering gatberi that the Ten Tenderloin Tenderloin Tenderloin ¬
derloin has bl had hd in some lome time tme and Ind nobody nobodywas nobodywa
was wa more mor surprised surrie than thn Inspector Impctor Mc McClusky Mc Mcdusky
dusky nnrl nn his men menThe m mTe menThe
The Te police plc and the thf management mana ment of the thetheatre thetheatre thetheatre
theatre had not told tld what show the Presi President Prs Prealdent ¬
dent and Mrs 11 Tat Tat were to attend atend but a afew afew afew
few persons prns saw sw them going ging into the theEmpire tbeEpir theEmpire
Empire Epir and it wasnt want many minutes minutesbefore minutesbfor minutesbefore
bfor before it was all al over the district It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was a goodnatured Rod nturd natured crowd crwd that laughed laughedwhen lughed lughedwhen laughedwhen
when the pollen POlC pushed It Consequently Consequentlythe CMquenty CMquentythe
the bluecoats had a good big space spac cleared clearedin ceard ceardIn
in front frnt of the theatre It I was wa just as asif 1 asIf
if i the President and Mrs 1n Taft Tat had stepped steppedout steppd steppdout
out on a great grat big platform platformThe platonn platonnThe
The crowd crwd let out a whoop that tht must mustnave mUt mUthve musthave i
hve have nave startled starle the cab horses hore The Presi President Pri Pridet President ¬
dent det acknowledged aknowleged it by lifting Itting his hil hat hatand ht htad hatand
and Mrs Taft bowed to toFront Infront
ad 11 Tat bwe They Tey parted pre i
trnt Front of the theatre thetr the President Prident to go goo g goto
to o Washington Wahingon on the 1230 123 train trin and ad Mrs MrsTaft lr MrsTaft
Taft to return retur to the home of Henry Henr W WTaft WTaft WTaft
Taft for the night As the President Presidentsaid Prident Pridentsid
said sid goodby gooby to Mrs Ir Taft Tat and ad handed handedler hande handedher
her ler into ito her automobile automobie the crowd cheered cheeredagain cheer cheeredagain
again againThe againThe
againTe The Te Provident Prlcent and Mrs Mr Taft Tat were wer the theguests thegueBt8 theguests
guests of the Henry Henr W Taf Taft Tafts ts at the show showIn
In the box bx with he Tafts Tafs were wer Miss Mls Mabel MabelSoardman Mabl MablBoardman MabelBoardrnan
Soardman of Washington Wahington and Capt CaptArchibald CaptArchibald CaptArchibald
Archibald Butt the Presidents Prsidents military militaryaide mitar
aide ade Both the President and Mrs Mr Taft Taftwere Taftwer Taftwere
were wer greatly gratly pleased with the perform performance pron ¬
ance anceThe ano anceThe
The Te police plc held the audience audienc back ba at atthe atte atthe
the te Empire Theatre just jWt as a they did on onthe ontbe onthe
the night before fore at Dalys until unti the tht Presi President Prel President i ident ¬
dent and Mrs Mr Taft Tf were wer out The ar arrangement arrangemnt arrangement ¬
rangement rangemnt worked well wel again and New NewYorkers NewYorker NewYorkers
Yorkers Yorker may my consider con lder It a fixed fxed custom customnow customnow customnow
now whenever the President Prsident comes cmes to toew toNew toNew
New ew York to see a show showThe showThe showThe
The Taft automobile on the run rn to t the theTwentythird theTweutytrd theTweutytblrd
Twentythird street stret ferry ferr was preceded precededy pIcde
by > y a machine of the thf Police Plo Deportment Deportmentrtinked Depatment Depatmenttanked lopartmenttianked
rtinked tanked by half hl a dozen bicycle biccle co cops < fS > a and
I railed traied by a car cr full ful of secret tt fMlc serice e arlce men menThe menThe menThe
The proceeslbn pr0n of autos aut and bicycles bicyces M Mracted attracted t ttmcte
racted tmcte a lot of Jf f attention atenton At Twenty Twentyfifth TentynUh Twentyfifth
fifth street stret And Eleventh avenue the ma machines ml mechines ¬
chines cblne were wer held up lp for a few fe minutes by a urelght afrehht afreight
freight train trainThe ti trainThe
The President Ient probably prbably will wi not leave leavnVa les leaveWaahington
Wahlngton Va hington again apl now no until unti he stArt stArtor str startsfor
for or Beverly Mass t n his summer Iumnlr vnca vncalon va viseation
tion lonWhen tionWhO When WhO the President started strte for New Newlaven NewHaven NewHaven
Haven in the morning moring the usual automo automoil attomo attomobie automobile
bie bile il full ful of secret lelt service serice men followed rolowed him himo himto himto
to o the Grand Grnd Central Centrl At the station stationnobody staton statonnobody stationnobody
nobody got within speaking distance dltanc of oflim ofhim ofhim
him because bause Capt Lantrys Lntry policemen policementook plcemen plcementok
took tok up all al the room rm There Tere were a dozen dozenor
or two of them and when they fell fel in line linewith lne lnewith linewith
with the secret service serice men the plain plainclothes plan planolothe plainclothes
clothes men and the ordinary Taft
olothe ordinr camp campollowers cp cpfolower campfollowers
followers folower the procession looked loke like lke a asmall aemal asmall
small emal sized siz army on the move moveThe movoThe moveThe
The President Prident and his military mitry aide aideoccupied aideocupie aideoccupied
occupied ocupie the private car Magnet A Acrowd Acrowd Acrowd
crowd was at the station etaton when the train trainulled trainpule trainpulled
pule pulled > ulled into New Haven at 1110 110 oclock oclockAnson ocook ocookAn80n oclockAnson
Anson Phelps Phelp Stokes Stoke secretary sertar of the theuniversity theuqlverlty theuniversity
university uqlverlty was wa there to meet mo Mr 11 Taft ToftAs Tat TatAs TaftIts
As President Prident Taft Tat left his hs car cr it was wasnoticed wa wasnoticed
noticed notice that tht he showed concern cncer about abut a awooden awooen awooden
wooden wooen box bx which Capt Butt his aide aidecarried aidecarrie aidecarried
carried carrie Capt Butt had no sooner sooneralighted sooneralghte sooneralighted
alighted alghte than thn he was waf surrounded surrounde by three threevery thr threevery
very ver enthusiastic enthusiatic young men The Cap Capain Captain Captam
ain tam delivered delver his burden into their keep keepng keepIng keeplog
log ng and the three thre turned ture to thank Presi President Pri Prident President ¬
dent Taft TaftThen TaftThen TaftThen
Then they started Ilare on the run rn for a con conservatory cn cnseratr conservatory ¬
servatory seratr where the White House Hou ivy ivylant ivyplanttor ivyplanttoe
planttor > lant for that tht is i what wht was in the box boxwill boxwl boxwill
will wl be nursed nUno until unti it is time tme for the t1e class classof
of 190Q 19 to plant it up against againt the wall wal of ofone otone ofone
one of the old Yale buildings buidings at their com commencement commencement cornmencernent ¬
mencement mencementA
A committee cmmite from the senior class classmd classhad
cas cashad
had asked Mr Taft Taf when he was in New Newlaven NewHaven NewRaven
Haven a month ago if he would give them thema
a sprig of ivy from the White Wie House Houseplants Houl Houseplants
plants The President did better than thanhat thanthat thanthat
that Ho had a little ltle plant dug up and andcarefully andcarfuly andcarefully
carefully carfuly boxed In former years year Yale Yalemen Yalemen Yalemen
men have been n content cntent with a sprig prg of ofvy ofivy ofivy
ivy vy from the grave of Eli El Yale from Abra Abralam Abr Abraham
ham lam LincoInH Llnclna birthplace birthplac and from frm spots spotsn spts sptsIn
In n New Haven that are ar dearly associated associatedwith Rsoclated Rsoclatedwith
with the history histor of the university universityThe unlverly unlverlyTe
The Te New York policemen plcmen as a guards guardswere sard
were wer amply replaced by the New Haven Havenbrce Jlvn Jlvnforc Hrvenforce
force forc Also United Unied States Marshal Par Parmelee Parmelee Parmelee
melee was WI out and joined the secret secretservice secrt secrtsric secretservice
service sric contingent cntngent Many people pople were wereon wereon wereon
on the streets strets to get a look at the Presi Presilent Preeldent Presldent
dent The automobile autmobie containing the theresident thePresident thePresident
President and Secretary Scretar Stokes was wasIriven W8 wasdriven
driven at once onc to Woodbrldge Woodbridg Hall Hallresident Hal HallPresident
resident Prsident Taft Taf was engaged at the cor coricratlon corporaton corporation
icratlon poraton meeting metng for about three thr Hours HoursA 10un
A small smal crowd crwd of undergraduates had hadfathered hadgatherd hadgathered
fathered gatherd at the hall hai but they had to eon oonent cn cntent eontent
tent themselves with wih a Good after afternoon afternoor afternoon ¬
noon noor young men menl from frm the President PresidentWhen Praldent PraldentWhen PresidentWhen
When Mr Taft was W8 in New Haven last lastmonth lat laStmonth I Imonth
month they had insisted inlisted on a speech spech and andhe andthe andthe
them themhen themthen I Ithen
the President Preident laughingly warned
then that they might frighten frghten him away awayrom awayfrom awayfrom
from rom the corporation cororaton meetings if i they theymade theymade theymade
made him talk tal every ever time tme Obviously ObviouslyIt
It t was wa hard work for the Yale boys bys to toceop t tekeep
keep ceop still 8tu yesterday but the faculty facuty had hadanaed hadpassed hadpassed
passed anaed around a tip tp and they did nobly
Mr Taft Taf took tk luncheon lunchen at President Presidentladleys PresidentHadleY PresidentHadleys
ladleys home Others Otherl at the luncheon luncheonwere lunchen lunchenwer
were wer Capt Butt Judge Judg Henry E How Howand Howland Howland
land of New York the Rev Rv Wesley Cooper Cooperee Coopr CooprLee
Lee ee McClung treasurer trasurer of the YaleCorporation YaleCorporatIon Yale YaleCorporation
Corporation Corporation and one of the Blues famous famouslalfbacks famouahalbacks famoushalfbacks
halfbacks halbacks William Wiiam Farnum Farum and end the thetov theRv theRev
Rev Rv Joseph Josh Anderson Anderfn The President Presidenteh Prsident I
let eh New Haven at 350 3 oclock getting gettingjack gting gtingback gettingback
back to the Grand Central at 530 530The 3 30 30The i iThe
The promenade of 0 f the station staton was wascrowded wucrowded wascrowded
crowded with wih hundreds who were werewaiting wer werewaitIng
waiting waitng to get a view of Mr Taft The Thepollen Theple Thepolice
pollen rushed the President Preident through thrub the theagg th6baSago thebaggage
ple baSago baggage > agg Ko room and out into Int vandor Vanderbit Vandorbllt vandorilt
bllt > ilt place plae where wher his automobile automobie was waswaiting waswaitng waswaiting
bit waiting waitng to t take him back bak to his brothers brotherslouse brothershouse brothershouse
house houseThe louse louseThe
houseTe The Te report rport published publlbd yeaterHay YClter ay that thatAttorneyGeneral thatAtorneyGenral thatAttorneyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral AtorneyGenral Wlokeroham Wiok < lham la eeek eeekng l reeking < ek ekIng
Ing ng a way to end the te corner in wheat wheatwat wheatwai wheatwas
was news to President Taft af A Wash Washngton WashIngton Washingto
ngton wai despatch d patoh represented reprlnted Mr Taft Taftan att attd
an d having havln called cAl d upon upn the Attorney AttorneyGeneral Attrney AttrneyGeneral AttorneyOeneral
General to consider cnsider this matter mater materv I
v
v
WOMEX IOVEN STREET CLEAXERS CLEAXERSAB
AB Auxiliary Aulal to the Regular RCulaDcpartment RCulaDcpartmentI Department Departmenttn
tn I Washington WashingtonWASHINGTON Wsal1nEtonSAsarw aln5ton aln5tonW
WASHINGTON W SAsarw ASUION roN April AprlllA IS 15A A unique move movement move movement movemeat ¬
ment has b been ben started stre in Washington Wahington by byMrs byMr byMrs
Mrs Mr F V Covillo Colo president of the theTwentieth theTentethCtut theTweatloth
Twentieth TentethCtut Century Club Cub for the purpose purposeof
of aiding the Street Stret Cleaning Cening Department Departmentin
in accomplishing aompltbing its is work Today Tody was wasthe wastbe wasthe
the first fnt day for the cleaning clening up of the thecity te tecty thecity
city cty After visiting vltns various sections fectons of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city cty in an automobile automobie Mrs U Covlile Covhlt said saidThe saidThlmprvementiwonderful saidThe
The Thlmprvementiwonderful Improvement is wonderful Unless Unlessone Unl Unlone
one is t familiar fmia with wit the te conditions ondltons that thateiiflted thatexite thatexisted
existed exite In certain Craln sections seton In the north northwestern norh norhwetern northwestern ¬
western wetern part of the city before beor we began beganthis beganthis beganthis
this agitation agittion pr the change cge cannot cnot be fully fullyappreciated fuly fulyappreite fullyappreciated
appreciated appreite but any anyone one can cn see that tht the thestreets thestrets the8treeta
streets strets sidewalks sidealks lawns lwns and parkings parkingsaro prklng8 prklng8ar
are ar in infinitely Infitly better condition conditon today todaythan todayth todaythan
than th they have hve been ben in months monthsOne monthsOne mOnthsOne
One of the women street Itret cleaners cner hired hireda hire
a bond bad of small fmal negro negr boys and made madethem madethem madethem
them pick up papers ppers all al around the te block blockon
on which she lives Soon Son the news of ofhsr ofhar ofher
her plan pIn spread and and small emlll boys with withlively withlvely withlively
lively lvely interest Int t in the desired dfsrd dime went wentaround wentaroond wentaround
around ringing rngg doorbells dorbels and asking Bking if ifhouseholders Ifhoueholden ifhouseholders
householders houeholden did not n t want papers ppr picked pickedup picke
up around their premises premies
FORBIDDEN FEATHERS FEATHERSAiftcmtfly FEtTHERSA81em11 FEITHERSAssembly
Assembly A81em11 Passes Pane PauesAntlAtrette Antl AntAllrete > Algrette Hill Hi De Despite De DeIplte DCspite ¬
spite Protest Potttt or the Milliners MillinersALBANY MillinersAtns llien llienALIHN1
ALBANY ALIHN1 Atns April AprltOepe 15 15Oesptte Despite the protests protestsof
of a large larg number numb of miiel milliners from Man Manhattan Manbatten Janbttn ¬
batten bttn who came m to Albany a f few w weeks weeksago welf welfago weeksago
ago in opposition opp4ton to the bill bi of Assembly Assemblyman Ambly ¬
man mn Reed Red Rep of Cayuga Cayga prohibiting prohibitingthe problbltng problbltngthe
the use Ue of hercn feather fethel in the trimming trimmingof
of hats Mt the tl Assembly today t day passed the thebill thebi thebill
bill bi by a vote VOtf of 91 9 ayes to 11 1 noes nos The Theslaughter Theslaughter he helauahter
slaughter of the her hern herqn < jn for the aigrette aigrettefeathers Ilgete IlgetefeKther aigrettefeathers
feKther feathers predominating preromitlng to a great geat extent extentin
in fashionable tashlonbe hat h < t decorations decor tlon inspired inspiredthe Inpird Inpirdthe
the Re R Reed + d bill billThe bil billihe
The measure melure amends ampnd section Mcton 99 9 of the theforest theforet theforest
forest foret fish fllh and game gaml law giving lvng pro protection pr protection ¬
tection tectan from rom the grwp IJp of the milliner millner to towild towid towild
wild birds other than the English h
wid bird thf Enll spar Hparrow lpar lparrow sparrow
row crow crw hawk hwk blackbird snow owl owltreat owlgrat owlgreat
treat grat horned home owl and kingfisher kingfsher except exceptipon excptupn ezceptupon
upon upn a special spil certificate certifct of authority authorityThe au hority horityhe
The he law does do not apply to gam gmA birds birdsor hirdslor birdsfor
for or which an a open opn season is I provided providedThe
The Reed Re bill bi specifies spcife that tht Feathers Feathen or orjlumas orpluma Orplumat
jlumas commonly mony known as aigrettes aigrettesor aigtes aigtesor
or the t feathers rether or plumage of any species speciesof spcie spcieof
of the heron bern family famiy whether obtained obtainedwithin obtine obtainedwithin
within or without the State shall shl not be bebought bebou bebought
bought bou ht sold sol offered ofere or exposed fXp0e for sale saleat saleat e eat
at any time timeThe timeTe timeThe
The Te milliners miier insisted Inited that the passage passageof pg
of this act would cause cUA them a lr 109 loss 3 in inradc intrade intrade
trade of upward upwar of 100 100000 and ad drive an anequal aneual anequal
equal eual amountof amount amount of business bulnr to t other State Statehey Stateo StateoT StatesThey
T They hey protested prtet that tht the provision prviion pro prohibiting pr probibiting ¬
hibiting blbltng the iprton importation Into tbi this State Stateof Stt
of heron bern feathers tetbf1 was wa unconstitutional uncnttutonl
Te Theneaeure fhe measure meaure will wi be 0 strenuously strnuously opposed opposedn oppe
In n the th8nte Senate ExAttorneyGeneral EAtomeyGenr31 Julius Juliusil Julus JulusJ
J M il Mayer represents reprnts th n niiner milliners illiner who wbofghtng ore orefighting arefighting
fighting fghtng the tte bill billROCKEFELLER bU bUIIOCKEFELLEB10SPIT billIIOCKEFELLERJIOSPITAL
ROCKEFELLER IIOCKEFELLEB10SPIT IIOCKEFELLERJIOSPITAL HOSPITAL AL BEAU BEAUDr
Dr Kafas aula utus I Cole Col Sf f J Jeims hn Hopkins HopkinsCBesen Bop HopkinsCPieee
CBesen Cstr far the thiPire tholllee tholllee8alit1MOn Plkte PlkteBiiyTiMoni
BiiyTiMoni April Apri 15 SDr Dr Rufus JufW I ICole ICle 1Cole
Cole Cle associate at in medicine melcno in the faculty facultyof facuty facutyof
of the Johns John Hopkins Hopkin Medical Meicl School Schoolms 8chol 8cholha Schoolhas
ha has ms been elected elete director diretor of the new newlockefeller newRckefeler newBockefeller
lockefeller Rckefeler Hospital H0pit in New ew York and andMiss andMi andMiss
Miss Mi Nancy Sao P Ellicott Elctt a graduate of the theJohns theJohn theJohns
Johns John Hopkins Training Trining School Schol for forCurses torNurs forNurses
Curses Nurs and formerly superintendent of ofhe ofte ofthe
he te Church Curch Home and Infirmary Infrml has hs been beenappointed bee beeapplnt beenappointed
appointed to a similar position there thereThe thereThe thereThe
similr
applnt < t psiion
The appointment appintment of Dr Cole C le came cme re recently recnty recently ¬
cently cnty and he has gone to New York Yorkwhere Yorkwhere iorkwhere
where he ia t engaged enRage in work of interest interesto Interet Interetto
to o the hospital hOplt which is in course cure of oferection oferettion oferection
erection erettion Miss Mis Ellicott EIct received recived her ap apraintment appointment
raintment 1 > last lt Saturday Sturay She will wi not noteave notIMve notleave
IMve leave eave for New York until unti October OctoberIt
It ic II expected eXpte that tht Miss 16 Mary Ir B Thomp Thompson
son who for some sme time tme was superintend superintendent suprintend suprintendent ¬
ent of nurses nUne at the Church Home and andnflrmary andInfimry andInfirmary
Infirmary Infimry will wi be appointed appinte assistant assistanto asistnt asistntto
to o Miss Mi Ellicott EllicottDr Elct
Dr Cole Cle came cme here to study medicine medicineat meicne meicneat
at the Johns John Hopkins Hopkin Medical Meical School Schol in inS8fl inIsat
S8fl 1 He is a native ntve of Michigan After Afterils Afer Aferhis Afterhis
his graduation gaduation he wan made mde resident residentlouse reident reidenthOWe residenthouse
hOWe house louse officer om r at the Johns Hopkins Hos Hosiltal Hospial Hoepital
iltal pial Later Lter he was as appointed appinte resident residenthysician residentphyscan residentphysician
physician physcan > and in 1905 10 was wa appointed appointednedical sppinte appointedmedical
medical meicl adviser advisr to t students ewdent and ad assistant assistantihyflician asistnt asistntphy assistantphysician
physician phy lclan on the faculty faclty He later Jter be beame be becm bemme
mme cm associate Isclate in medicine meicne and was put putn putIn putincharge
In incharge n charge of the biological blologral department departmentof deprtlent deprtlentotthe
of otthe the medical meicl clinic clinicREADIXG clnic clnicIIEDINO clinicRE4DINO
READIXG FAST IST TRAIN WRECKED WRECKEDFireman WRECKEDFireman RECKEDr
Fireman r a and Fnclnfcr EnitneerKilled Engineer Killed KIfd spd Id Four FourOthers FourOthers our ourOUer
Others OUer Injured InjuredHABRiSRimo InjuredHARRIS InjuredHsasiaeuao
HABRiSRimo HARRIS URO Pa April Apri 15 ISThe The Queen Queenof Quen Quenof
of the Valley VaUe a 1 fast rat train due here over overhe overthe overthe
the Reading Rdln < Railway Riway at 1010 P M was waswrecked Wa waswrecked
wrecked wreke on a high bank in the southern southernend
end of the city cty tonight within wlthln a minutes minuteside minutesrlre minutesride
ride rlre of the Reading Rading Terminal TerminalEngineer Terminl TerminalEngineerGeorge
Engineer EngineerGeorge George rge Rocktashel Roktlhel of 432 Hum Hummel Hummel Hummel ¬
mel street Harrisburg Harriburg and Fireman FiremanLeland FiremanLland FiremanLeland
Leland Lland Winand Winnd of Reading Reding were wtre killed killedCharles kie killedCharles
Charles Chrle Jones Jonl of Johnstown Johntwn a travelling travellingsalesman trMelng trMelngIlemn travellingsalesman
salesman Ilemn Mrs n Booser of 327 Crescent Crescenttreet Creont Creontetr Crescentstreet
street etr t Harrisburg Robert Rbrt Mather of ofjebanon oflbno ofLebanon
Lebanon and D M Rhoads the
lbno Rhod baggage baggageman bggage bggageman ¬
were werelnjured injured
man none seriously seriouslyThe 8erloUlyThe
The engine and tender tnder a combination combinationmall combinaton combinatonmal
mall mal and baggage bgage car a combination combinationaggag comblnaUonblggage combinationbaggage
blggage baggage > aggag and smoker and a day coach coachwere coachwere oachwere
were spread 8pr ad over vel the the tour tracks on the thebank thebnk thebank
bank bankThe bnk bankThe
The wreck wrck occurred ocred when the engine engineman
man began bjln to t put on the brakes for th thtop tbstp the thestop
top stp at the terminal terminalThe terminl terminalThe
The T supposition uppoiton is that when Rook Rooktashel Rck Rckwhel Rockteshel
tashel applied appled the airbrakes alrbrkes the brake brakeigging hrakerigging brakerigging
rigging was Wi torn tm from its It fastenings and andcaught andmught andcaught
caught on the ties The ties wero torn tornut tornout tornout I
out ut of the ballast blast for a hundred hundre yards yardsand yardsand yardsand I
and with tho rails rls were scattered sctterd over overhe overthe overthe
the he bank The brake brke rigging rlslng caught on ona ona ona
a switch point and threw the engine and andtender andtnder andtender
tender tnder on their sides sidesWith aidesWith ridesWith
With the theoverurnln overturning of the engine enginethe I
the h cars C1 were turned acrOM the track tracknd trackand trackand
and nd torn trn to pieces pleC the wreckage blocking blockingthe i I
the he four tracks tracksEngineer trcke trckeEnRn trackEngineer
Engineer EnRn r Rocktashel Rkthel was the father fatherf
of f the Reading Readls girl who ho was murdered murdoredome murd re
some lome eeks ago in a taxicab taxicb In Reading Readingy Readlnl
by > y her lover who committed commited suicide suicde suicdetlr as asao asthe
tlr the ao taxicab t lcb was wa being bell rushed to a hospital hospitallllMlmnppf ho hospitalIlscisidpi1 pltl pltl1lllpn
lllMlmnppf 1lllpn Will ntik Going Golnl to Natchez NatchezWASHINGTON NatchezWSUINOTON NalehexWasaxNoTo
WASHINGTON April Aprl Ifi UTe iThe The Navy De Department Deprment Department ¬
partment prment has hs decided to send sod the battle battlehip btte btteship hattieship
ship Mississippi up the th river rverof riveiof of that name nameao nme nmea
ao a far aa Natchez Nathez It was Wa once on dooldod dooldodhat daoldedtht deoidedthat
hat tht it would be b dangerous dangrous for the vessel vesselo velel velelto
to o make mke the trip up the river rTr but after afterurther aCer aCerfurher afterfurther
further furher consideration conaideraton and in vIew of the themany themny themany
many requests rues from rrm delegations delegatona from the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South tim tb decision was changed cblged The Theliver TheaUr Thesilver
liver service erlo from frm the State Stt of Mississippi Mississippiwill M l lppl1
will wt probably bo b presented pr8utd at Notches Natohoar Nathe I II
r I I 1
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PROF F L TUFTS KILLED KILLEDCOLUMBIA KILLEDOLUlBI KILLEDLOLU1RIA
COLUMBIA OLUlBI MAX WAS TESTING TESTINGWIRES TESTlVGWIRrS TESTINGJIRS
WIRES IN BAVOXXE BAVOXXEFound BlrONNEFound BtYONNEFound
WIRrS
Found Shocked to Death In Street Near Nearan
an Are Usht He Had lar Been Bee Exwnln ExwnlnInic EaJ Exaininlag
lag Inl for Public Pblo Ser Service > 1ce Corporation CorporationWas Cororton CorortonWal
Was as Adjunct Professor Proteaor of Vhyilcs VhyilcsFrank IbysiceFrank hIC hICFrank
Frank Leo Tufts Tuft adjunct IdJunct professor of ofphysics ofphysl ofphysics
physics In Columbia University Cnlverlt was waskilled WMIdJed waskilled
killed IdJed instantly l tnty last night at Avenue Avetu E Eand Ead Eand
and ad Fortyfourth street stret Bayonne Doyon X J Jby Jhy Jby
by touching a live Ive wire while whie testing tetig an anelectric anelectric anelectrie
electric arc ar light lht He was wn found fond In the thestreet tbestr thestreet
street str t by William Wiilm Frazer Frzer who lives ihe at atth attht atthst
th tht < t corner cmer A3r 11 Frazer carried hln htl Into Intohis Intohis Intohis
his house and called caled Dr William Wilnm Ware Warebut War Warebut
but tho doctor doctr could culd do nothing nothingEdward nothlnEdwa nothingEdward
Edward Edwa G Love of 80 8 0 East fiftyfifth fiftyfifthstreet Jlfyftth Jlfyftthstrt Fiftyfifthstreet
street strt who ho was wa associated Msoclatpd with Prof ProfTufts ProfTufs ProfTufts
Tufts Tufs in the thl testing tetn of f the system fytlm for the thePublic thePublo thePubllo
Public Publo Service Sric Corporation eorporaton was wa working workingsome worklnome
some distance ditance away when the accident accidentoccurred aclcent aclcentoccurred accidentoccurred
occurred and ae anc did not know kt0w of the death deathof dea th thof
of his hi companion until unti he searched carche for
him and not nt finding fnding him went to Police PoliceHeadquarters Polce PolceHcadluater PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters Hcadluater and ad there was wa told that thatman a aman aman
man answering awerig the tbl description he gave gaveof 8e 8eof gaveof
of Prof Tufts Tft had been b n brought brouJb into the thestation theitaton thestation
station itaton house hOle dead Mr lr Love Lo went to toGuys toOuys toluys
Guys Morgue to which the body had hd been beenremoved beenremoved beonremoved
removed and made the identification identificationHe Identfcaton IdentfcatonHe
ane
He then came to New York ork to let Prof ProfTuftss ProfTuf ProfTuftss
lew
Tuftss Tuf as wife know of the accident acdent and to tomake tomake tomake
make arrangements for the thp shipping of ofthe 01the otthe
the hody hodySome hodySme bodySome
Some Sme time ago complaints complalnt were made me to tothe t tothe
the City Council Counci by several severl residents reidents of ofBayonne ofByonne ofBayonne
Bayonne Byonne that the electric current curnt fur furnished furnishe furalehed ¬
nished nishe by the Public Publo Service Corporation Corporationwas Corpraton Corpratonwas
was not up to the power prescribed precrib in its itscontracts It itscontracts
contracts contract The Council Counci ordered ordere an In Investigation Invetgaton inveatigation ¬
vestigation vetgaton and at the same sme time the theCorporation theCorporation theCorporation
Corporation prepared prprd for a test tet of their theirown thllr thllrown theirownand
own ownand and employed employe Mr 11 Love Lve who is a aconsulting aconultng aconsulting
consulting conultng chemist and physicist phsicit at 122 122Bowery 122Bower 122Bowery
Bower Bowery to conduct the experiments for forthem forthem forthem
them Mr 11 Love Lve engaged engage the services servicC of ofProf ofProl ofProf
Prof Tufts and last lat evening the two twomen twomen twomen
men arrived arived in Bayonne Byone just after dinner dinnerand dinnerand dinnerand
and immediately Immeitly began begn work workThey workThey workThey
They had bd not been ben engaged engage in the tests testsmore tet testsmore
more than thn an hour or so when at 830 830oclock 83 830oclock
oclock Prof Tufts Tufs was wa killed kie He was wasnot WB wasnot
not wearing rubber gloves glove but had on a apair ap apair
pair p of light lah leather lether gloves glovesProf glove glovesProf
Prof Tufts had been married marie about abouttwo abut abuttwo abouttwo
two years year He lived lve at 51 West 124th 124thstreet 124thstret 124thstreet
street stret with wih his wife and a son about a arear ayear ayear
year old He studied stude at Antioch College Collegein Colege ColegeIn
in Ohio where he took a degree degre of B S Sin Sn SIn
in n 1891 He entered entere Harvard Harard taking tking the theacademic theacemic theacademic
academic acemic course coure there and received reeive his hisA hisA hisA
A B in 1894 His HIl postgraduate studies studieswere stude studieswere
were begun at Columbia Clumbia directly drety after afterward afterwa afterward ¬
ward wa He got his degree degre of A M 1 in In18G0
1800 181 his ha doctors dotors degree dege the year follow following rolow rolowh foilowhj ¬
ing h Entering nter al as an asslstantin 81ltntIn the t1 de department depament departmentbf ¬
partment pament partmentbf t > t physics phYlo in 1887 J81 he rose r rapidly rapidlyHqwaamade rapidlyH rapidlyRwMmdea
Hqwaamade H Wa rae a tutor in 1808 J8 an Instructor Instructorin Intrctor IntrctorIn
in 1803 103 and an adjunct ajunct professor profer in 10 i90The 1905 1905The
The death deth of Prof Tufts is the third thirdin
in the Columbia faculty in about two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks Prof James Jame H Canfield Canfeld the thelibrarian thelbraran thelibrarian
librarian lbraran of tho university univerity died die on March
30 3 last Prof George R Carpenter Carnter of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the department of English Englsh died die on April Aprl 8 8BOVLItER 8BOlLIIER 8BOULDER
BOULDER THREATEXS 1lREtTENS TRAIN TRAIXHits TRUVIII
Hits III Loconiotle Leomothe a Clip and Separates It ItFrom I ItFroiti
From the Cars CarsMIDOLKTOWN Carl CarlIIDnLEows CarsMIDnLErow
MIDOLKTOWN IIDnLEows N Y April Apri 13 13A A large largeboulder largeboulder largeboulder
boulder weighing many mny tons which came camecrashing Cme Cmecrshinj camecrashing
crashing crshinj down the mountainside mountinside en endangered encangerd endangered ¬
dangered cangerd the lives lves of a large number numbr of ofpassengers o op9engers ofpassengers
train the theDelaware theDelaware theDelaware
passengers p9engers on an express expre9 on
Delaware and Eastern Railroad Rairod this thisafternoon tblsaferon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe aferon aferonThe
The train trin left East Branch at 213 and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when near Downsvillothe Dowmwie the the engineer hap ha happenlng p
1 pening pnlng to glance glanc up the mountainside a ashort aI ashort
I short hor distance dlltane saw a 1 large boulder ac accompanied acI irecompanled ¬
companied cmpanld by a mass of dirt and bushes bushesrunning bushel bushelruhin bushesrushing
I running down toward towsId the train lie lieImmediately le leImmediately lieimmediately
Immediately applied appled the the brakes but butcould butculd hutcould
could culd not stop the tram trin before the boulder boulderreached boulderreched boulderreached
reached reched it The rock struck the front frontof
of the locomotive locomotve a glancing glancng blow knock knocking knoc knocking ¬ I Iing
ing it from the train but the train was so sonearly 80nearly sonearly
nearly stopped stppe that this thll was the only onlydamage oniydamage onlydamage
damage done doneHad doneHad doneHad
Had the l boulder > struck a passenger passengercoach pasenger pasengercoCh passengercoach
coach coCh with ith the train trin going at lt full ful speed speeda ped
a 0 frightful accident acident might mi ht have occurred occurredThe ocrred ocrredThe occurredThe
The heavy rains of th the past PISt two days daysloosened daysloosened I
loosened looened the the boulder far up the moun mountainside mountinside mountainaide ¬
tainside tinside I ISIX
SIX sI CENTS IMW 11 WES WESFor WESfor IGESFor
For Being ntln Ordered Out or Hotel HotelHer 10tf1 Bt118 Bt118leI DeeMise DeeMise11cr
Her leI Brother flee a In Her Itr llooni UoomThe HooniThe llooniTho
The third trial of the suit of Mrs ln Cath Catherine Catherine atherina ¬
erine De Wolf to recover 10000 100 damages damagesfrom damage damagesfrom
from Simeon Simen Ford and Samuel Smuel T Shaw Shawproprietors Shawproprietor Shawproprietors
proprietors proprietor of the Grand Union Hotel Hotelresulted Hotelreule Hotelresulted
resulted reule for the first frt time lme yesterday in ina Ina Ina
a verdict for Mrs De Wolf The jury be before before before ¬
fore Justice Ford in the Supreme Couit Couitawarded Couitawarded t tawarde
awarded awarde her 6 cents after afer deliberating delbeating a awhole awhole awhole
whole day da On the first frst trial the suit was wasdismissed wal wasdismissed
dismissed dismisd The Court of Appeals Appals ordered ordereda ordere
a I trial new trial and the jury jur disagreed dl8gree on that thattrial tht thttrial thattrial
trialMrs
Mrs Mr De Wolf who was WiS in mourning mourningwent
went to t the hotel with her brother George GeorgeL GergeL
L I Catlin Catln and nd her daughter Margaret Margaretaged Margaretaged Jargaretage
aged age 11 1 on the night of June S 510 1905 Her Herson Herson Herson
son had hd just died die at her home 92 St StNicholas StNlchol StNicholas
Nicholas Nlchol avenue and because becuse she was wasexceedingly wasexceeingly wasexceedingly
exceedingly exceeingly nervous nerous her physician ad advised advise advised ¬
vised vise her to go to a hotel She testified testifiedthat teotfe testifiedthat
that at 1 oclock in the morning she be became becme became ¬
came cme ill l and her brother went to t her room roomto rom roomto
to see what he could culd do While ie he was wasthere WI wasthere
there hotel employees employe went to the room roomand roomand
and ordered her to leave leave the hotel alleg aUegI ¬
ing that orere she had violated violte a hotel rule rle by
I having a man in her room who was not nother nother nother
her husband husbandITW husbandJ husbandWM
ITW J ROCKEFELLER ROCKEEEIJLEI SAILS SAILSDidnt SAILSDidnt
Didnt Let nail an Street Know He WaS WatCoin WaSGoing a
Coin Golnl Going Until Unt He le Had lad Gone GoneWilliam GoneWilliam one oneWilam
William Wilam Rockefeller Rockefeler Bailed aied for Europe Europeon Europ
on Wednesday Wedneday His Hil departure was not notannounced notannounCd notannounced
announced announCd nor was WI he on the thf cabin list listof lst lstof listof
of either the Mmiretanla Jllretmll or the Oceanic Oceanicthu OCanio OCaniothA
the only steamers steamel leaving for Europe Euro on onthat onthat onthat
that day dal Mr Rockefellers Rokefeier8 son William
Wilam
G Rockefeller Rocleftier Is abroad abroa and will meet met i
wl
his hi father on the latters lattrs arrival on the theother theother theother
I
other side They will wi return retur together in ina Ina Ina
a few week weeknGets weekGet18 weeksGets
Gets Get18 2SOOO aOO Breach Brllh of Promise Verdict VerdictCHICAGO VerdictCaicaco rdle
CHICAGO April Apri 15 15Mar 15Mary Mary Mattes Matte who whosued whosue whosued
sued sue Hugh Crabbe formerly manager managerof manger mangerof
of the Loiter Liter estate etat for breach brch of prom prm ¬
ice Is this afternoon Ife1oon got a verdict of 25000
Miss 111 Mattes Matte who Is 22 years year old asserted assertedthat assortedthat 20
that Crabbo CrbO equipped euipped a I flat ft as a her oer er Isere home homeand bomeBd hometind
and Bd finally taly left her
1
ISVOLSKY ISVOLSK OUT OUTCzar OUTCzar OUTCzar
Czar Accepts HI ii His Retlsnatlon RepaUon and Ap Appoints Ap Appoint ¬
points plntl ExPremier FdPe2er Coremykln CoremyklnStniol CoreJln CoreJlnSptI CoremykinSpcSoJ I
Stniol SptI Cabtt lftfatcl dqotl thspatcii to THE TII SON SONLOXDOV SUNL SCMLoitxx
LOXDOV L Ds April Apr 18 JITb 16The The St Petersburg Petersburgcorrespondent Petrsbug Petrsbugorepndet Petersburgcorrespondent
correspondent orepndet of the Telegraph Telegcph says saysthe eys eysthe saysthe
the Czar Czr has ha accepted accptd the resignation r slgton of ofForeign atForig ofForeign
Foreign Forig Minister Miister Isvolsky Isvolsk and appointed appointedexPremier appointd appointdexPremier appointedexPremler
exPremier Coremykln Crmykln as his hi successor successorThe 8ucor 8ucorTbeapplntet successorTheappointrnent
The Tbeapplntet Theappointrnent appointment of the latter lttr who wh is isundergoing i isundergoing
undergoing the cure cu at Wiesbaden Wieabden has hasnot bs bsnot hasnot
not yet been ben gazetted gazettedBARS gzt gztBRS gazettedBARS
BARS NEW THEATRE BAR BARThe DUITie liARThe
The Tie Assembly A8sebly Refuses Reaeto to Let Lt Up on the theLetter U theLetter
Letter Lter of the flames Lair LairALBANY Lw LwALBAY LawAvnay
ALBANY ALBAY April AprllSAsmblyman IS Assemblyman Conk Conklins Cnk CnkIn Conktins
tins In bill bi amending aendng the excise law l to per permit p persuit ¬
mit the sale of liquor lquor within 200 2 feet fet of ofa ofa ofa
a church or schoolhouse sholou with the per permission pr prmison permission ¬
mission mison of such an institution Initution was WB de defeated de dotested ¬
tested fete in the Assembly today tody by a vote voteof votet voteof
of < t 43 ayes aye to 88 noes noe The Te bill bi would wouldpermit wouldpnit wouldpermit
permit pnit the New Theatre Tete In Manhattan Manhattanto Manattsn Manattsnto
to sell 8el liquor lquor Mr 11 Conklln Conkln gave notice noticethat notce notcethat noticethat
that he hewould would move to have the vote re reconsidered reconldere roconsidered ¬
considered consideredAll conldere
AU the local loa option advocates advocte in the theAssembly theAsmbly theAssembly
Assembly and many upState upSttememOr members membersrefused membersrefused
refused rfuse to support suppor the measure meure The Theminority Theminorty Theminority
minority minorty members member voted vote for it It
R C INGERSOLLS WIDOW WIDW WINS WIXSCourt WINSCourt rNS rNSCurt
Court Curt GlvesJIer Gve He Verdict VerIct Against A5allt Heirs Helr for forWhom forbom forThoni
Whom bom Husband lusbaml Broke mil milBOSTON DIIIBosToN I
BOSTON April Apri 15 15Judge Judge Putnam of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the United Unit States Stts Circuit Circit Court Cour this after afternoon attr attrnon afternoon ¬
noon non brought an end to the litigation ltigaton of ofMrs ofMr ofMrs
Mr Mrs Eva A Ingersoll Ingerl of Dobhs Ferry FerryN Fer
N Y widow of Col Robert Rob Q Ingersoll Ingersollagainst Ingrl Ingersollagainst
against agallt the relatives rlatve of the late lt Andrew AndrewJ An w wJ
J Davis a wealthy Butt Butt mine mie owner ownerawarding ownerawarig ownerawarding
awarding awarig her a verdict verdc of 138810 with withinterest withitrst withinterest
itrst interest and costs costsWhen csts cstsWbon costsVben
When Davis Davt died Col Col Ingersoll Ingerol was wasretained wasretied warretained
retained retied by some sme people Jpl in an effort elor to tobwak t tobreak
break brak his ht will wU They made a contract contractby cntrot cntrotby
by which they agreed to t pay py the lawyer lawyera lwyer lwyerR
a 1100000 1100 fee fe but after aftr the latter died diedhis die diedhis
1i his widow was 8 unable to t collect clec the fee feeShe te feeShe
She brought brught suit in this thi State Stt against againstHenry apinat apinatHenr againstHenry
Henry Henr A Root Rot of Lowell Lowel Joseph A Coram Coramof Crm Crmof
of Lowell lwel and some me others othen who were wereparties wereprie werepatties
parties prie to t the contract cntrc The Circuit CircuitCourt Cicit CicitCou CircuitCourt
Cou Court of Appeals Appl reversed rver the decision decisionFavorable deiion deiionfavorabl decisionfavorable
favorabl Favorable to t Mrs Mr Ingersoll Ingel returned retue by bythe bytbe bythe
the lower court cur and the United Unit States StatesSupreme Sttes SttesSupreme StateSupreme
Supreme Court Cour finally fnrUy ruled rled in I her favor favorMRS Cvor CvorVRS favorMRS
MRS DUFF TO BUILD HOSPITAL HOSPITALErect
Will 1 Erect Memorial to Her Hr Late Lte Husband HusbandIn Hubad HubadIn
In Augusta AUKuta Where Were He Died DiedACOUSTA Die DiedAvousra
ACOUSTA AUGU8T Ga April Aprl 15 l 15Announce 15Announcemeat Announce Announcement Anounc ¬
ment was wa made mae here her today ty that Mrs MrsG 11
G F W Duff D1 of 0181 87 1 Riverside Rvenlde Drive Drve New NewYork Ne NewYork
York Yor city had ha declared delar her intention of ofauilding orbuidig ofbuilding
building buidig and an equipping euipping a childrens chidrns hoe hospital ho hoepital ¬
pital pitl here ber Under the name Dme of the Chil Childrens Chi Childrens ¬
drens drns Hospital Hospitl Association AMaUon a number numbr of ofprominent o ofprominent
prominent p lnent women meJo of this t t city cit had bd been beencollec bn bneoUetingfU beencotleqtlngfuitda
collec eoUetingfU cotleqtlngfuitda tinsfunds for or some Ime years yer for this thispurpose ti thisiurporo
purpose pur and d had h got gt about bu 10000 1100 siooooMrs 10000Mrs
Mrs MI Duff Dl wlU buija buDae the hospital hopltl in inmemory inmemor inmemory
memory memor of hochusband herhu bad who died die here heresuddenly hor herosuddenly
suddenly on March ath 19 She has hB been ben a awinter awintr awinter
winter wintr visitor viitr here for several iverl years year and andDecame andbcamo andbecame
became interested in the
bcamo Intrst enterprise enterpriseTho entrpr
The Te amount the hospital hopltlls is to t cost Ct is i not notiven notRiven notgiven
given iven definitely defnitly but Mrs n Duff Dul is II to de deray de dofray
fray ray all al the t e cost cst the funds in hand to be beused b beused
used us as a as B endowment endowmentIt endowmentBROTHER endowmentBROTHER
It BROTHER ROT n ER DESIDIRILS TO WED WEDRenounce WEDRenounces EO EOnfnOOte8
Renounce nfnOOte8 Vows OW8 of Celibacy CelbaCY After At r Meet MeetIne Jlut JlutIn Meeting
Ine In Daughter of Patient Patent He le Was al Nursing NunlngST
ST LOOM IUI April pri 15 l 15Brother Brother Desi Desidirius Del Deldilus Dm1dirius
dirius dilus a member membr of the Alezian Brother Brotherlood Brotberhood Brotherhood
hood for fifteen ften years yean and for ten tn years yearsemployed yer yearsemployed
employed employe in the brotherhoods hospital hospitallere hopltl hopltlhere hospitalhere
here lere has b renounced rnounc his vows of celibacy celibacyand clbcy clbcyand
and resumed reume his hl family famiy name John JohnMuch JohnIuch JohnMuch
Much in order to be married marred next month montho montht
t to o Miss lss Augusta ougust Wrobel of this thi city cityThey cityThey cityThey
They fell tel in love with each other about abouta abouta
a a year ago go when she Ih6 visited viit her father fatherat
at the hospital hopltl where he was W3 a patient patientand pstent pstentand
and and Brother Brther Desidirius Deldlrlus was wa his hi attend attendant attendant attendant ¬
ant
antIt
It was wa said at the hospital today that thatBrother tht thtBrother thatBrother
Brother Desidirius Deldlrus had gotn got special speal die disensation di diepensation
ensation pnsaton > from Rome Rme so he could marry marryhe mar marrythe
the girl and had left the hospital hospitalBrother hopitl hospitalllrother
Brother Desidirius Deldlrils was wa called cale the thebrother thebrother thebrother
brother of birds blrd because e of his hi having havingaught hving hvingtaught havingtaught
taught fourteen foureen canaries cnarie to perform performtricks perfor performtricks
tricks tricksFREXCH tricksFRENCH I II
I FRENCH POSTMEN FORM FOR UNION UXIOXAnd
And Decide D eld Against Alaln8t Any Government GovernmentStatute Goement GoementfUatute GoserninentStatute
Statute Affecting Arftn5 Them ThemSpecial Tem TemSptclal Them8pecia
Special Cable Cab Detpatch Dtlaleh la THE Sox SoxPARIS SU SCMPAsts
PARIS April Apri 15 ISBetween Between 300 3 and 400 400postal 40 400postal
postal pstal employees pmplo ee met this evening and andvoted andote andvoted
voted ote that the General Gnral Postal Postl Association Associationshould Assocation Assocationshould Associationshould
should be transformed traneforme into a trade union unionIt unionI
It I was resolved relved also ailo that an Parlament Parliament Parliamentnever
I never gave attention atenton to the interests interet of offunctionaries offunctionaries f fI
I functionaries functonrie but often collaborated clabrte in inrepressive Inrepre Inrepressive
repressive repre lve measures meaure against againt them and andhad andhad andhad
had shown a notorious notrious incapacity incapcity for foradministrative foradministratve foradministrative
administrative administratve questions quetion all proposals proposalsfor proplai
for a general statute ettute dealing delng with func functionaries tno funotionaries ¬
tionaries should be repealed and
tionarie rpe they theyshould the theyshould
should Ihould be left under lndeI the common cmnon law lawCUT iw iwctT lawCur
CUT RATES OX CIGARETTES CIGARETTESMinnesota CIOtRETESUnneota CIGARETTESMinnesota
Minnesota Dealers Dralrr Getting Getlnr Rid Rd of Storks StorksAhead Stork8Ahea StoekiAhead
Ahead Ahea of New Law LawMINNEAPOLIS Lw LwMINEAPLIS LawMIriEAroLz8
MINNEAPOLIS MINEAPLIS April Apri IS IWlh 151Vlth With the sign signIng signIng signlog
Ing of the anticigarette antdgartt bill bU by Gov John Johneon Joh Johnson
eon sn the cigarette cgarett slaughter sal le is i on in inMinneapolis InMinnepls inMinneapolis
Minneapolis Minnepls and from rrm this time until unti the thefinish thefinish thefInish
finish August Augst 1 every evAr independent dealer dealerwill dfaler dfalerwi dealerwill
will wi aim to t get rid of his stock stck There Thereare
are large stocks scs of cigarettes cilrtts and cigar cigarette cg cigarette ¬
ette ete paper ppr in the trust trt which wlch will wi not share sharethe shre shrethe sharethe
the same eme fate as the others other because becausethey bcuse bcusetbey becausethey
they can cn be b shipped ippt to other States Sttes SttesThe 9E 9EThe 7The
The American Americn Tobacco Tobcc Company Cmpny has haswithdrawn he hewihdawn haswithdrawn
wihdawn withdrawn its itl cigarette cgart salesmen lemen from fromMinneapolis frm frmlinneapll fromMinneapolIs
Minneapolis linneapll as a result rult of the law lawMy lw lwIy lawMy
My Iy Fault Faul Injured InJae Boy Sajt SajtHenry 5a 5aHenr Sa3iHenry
Henry Henr Sheppard Sheppar 11 years yea old of 303 303Eaut 3 ao aoEast
East Fortysixth Forysixth street stre had h both legs legsbroken leg legsbroken
broken brken when he was Wa run rn over by an a Amer American AmerIcan American ¬
ican Express Company wagon while whilecrossing whie whiecrnina whilecrossing
crossing crnina Park Par avenue aveue at Thirtyeighth Thirtyeighthstreet Thttyelghthstre
street stre last l3t night At Bellevue Beleve Hospital Hospitalthe
the boy by was Wa asked ake if he wanted wated to enter entera eter etera
a complaint against ant the th driver drvr of the thewaeon thewagon
wagon He replied repliedNo rple
I No why should I I It was WB my fault faultNaval faultNavallnqalry faultNaval
Naval Navallnqalry Inquiry aa to a Kissing KINlol Chargcv ChargcvWASHINGTON O C1iirge C1iirgeWA5IIUtOTO rse rseWA8
WASHINGTON WA8 UGTON April Apri 15 11A 15A A court cur of ofInquiry ofInquir ofInquiry
Inquiry Inquir has b been bn appointed appintd by b the te Seers Secretary Sec SeerstErry ¬
tErry tr of the th Navy to t investigate Investgat the te charges chargesmade chrges chargesmade i
made by Lieut Leut n A Evans Evas against aant En Ensign E Ensign ¬
me F W Osborne The
sign sbe Te principal principalcharge prnc principalcharge i ichge
the charge chge complainanta is that tht the th wife accused Icld officer officerthe ofor kl kissed kissedthe I
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SCHEME FOR EXTRA EXTRA SESSIOXl SESSI WIM WIMCOMMISSIONED V VCOMMISSIOXED 1
COMMISSIONED COllISSIONED TO TODirect DEt PE4D l 1j 1jftJ
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Direct Dlret Primaries Pmare Scheme SobCeFan SchenieVails SchenieVailsby Fall in inby lI lIby
by 33 3 to 14ComrolMlans 16ommlHloa 16ommlHloaPbUe A1 A1O A1OPublio Ml MlPnbllo
Pnbllo PbUe Service 8erc and ad Irlns 10l ItloRose CJjfftlir CJjfftlirROMI
Rose l Story Stor of Harriman Hamma an anALBANY and andALBANY andALSANT
ALBANY April Apr 15 ISB 15By By a comhinatipa comhinatipaof cmbt comhInAt1flof
of carefully cu thought out drcumotAnoft drcumotAnoftand
thougt ocm ocmand
and prepared conditions cndtons on the te tetbe part partthe partthe
the legislative leg1U leaders every everychance eve 1it 1itchac po1L po1Lchance
chance chac of Gov Hughes calling clng an an8loB ansessIon etr etrsession
session 8loB of the th Legislature Lgitre has h been bn con contemplated cn cntmplat contemplated ¬
templated tmplat and defeated defeatedBut defetd defetdBut
But before bfore taking tking this thl action actoD to t prevent preventthe pr 4 4the
the Governor Goveror from calling clnl caliIn them back bl backhi backhiextra in inextra
extra ext session tlon both houses hU8 of the theture Legisla Legislature 1 ¬
ture have bve seen sen fit ft to t register rgr with a d deri derisiveness dslvenees C Csiveneas ¬
siveness that tht cannot cnnot be questioned quesUonedtei theljr theljrverdicts tieI tieIverdicts
verdicts verdct against agalnlt the tle measures meres pressed pressedupon pr presdupon
upon upn them with particular pricular earnestatjiii ernNt earneatn earneatnon 3 3on
on n the part par of the Governor The Thl Thlltlve legist legistktlve less lesslatlve
ktlve ltlve leaders leder have ended the story str affair it itthe jSTft jSTftas J Jas
as the present session eeson of the Legislature Legislatureis rgi Legi lt liti litiis l lIs
is concerned cncred A week wek ago they defeat defeatthe defe det t4 t4the
the Governors direct diect primary prlmr schema aoh
in the Assembly by a a vote v t of 112 l t to3L to3LTonight to 38 J if ifTonight
Tonight in the Senate Snat the bill wasd wa waEdfeatedbyavoteof33toli d dfet l lfeated
feated fet featedbyavoteof33toli by a vote of 33 to t 14 J JThe 5 5The J Jhe
The he Assembly already bas ha defeated det detIAnitthe a athe
the Governors bill bi to place plac telephon teIphotelegraph aaJL t A Atelegraph i
telegraph telegph companies under the jurisdic jrd JUrisd1tion 1 1ton fj
tion ton of the Public PUbio Service Sric Commissions commJi ie ieby J Jby
by a vote vot of S to I and the Senate Sate wllf wi wWaki wWakilike tafc tafclike
like lkf action acton before Ofore final ln l adjournment adjournmentA adjour f
A resolution resoluton was adopted today by tb tbAssembly tbAssembly > <
Assembly to refer this thll question que ton t to a a lejiiC 1eI 1eIlative e elatve Jj Jjlative
lative latve commission cmmision to t report rpr to t thonext t tbntLegislature D M Mlegislature
legislature lgilture and it itwill will wi be 0 adopted adoptdby adoptedbTths adoptedbTthsSenate by t I ISenate
Senate SenateThe Snat SenateThe i
The propositions prpltiol embodied emboded hi i thefvlnr tbe thev thevcharter f vl tj tjcharter
charter chrr wi will be considered conldreby by a com oml comth comthsion mi mis
s Ion And the climax clmax crime clme tnnigiit til tilwhen tn Ibt Ibtwhen 8 8when
when Senator entor Mead Med of r Rochester Rhetr puttt puttta p t
a resolution reoluton referring reffrlng the te question qU8Uoh qU8Uohdiret questlohtjt questlohtjtdirect jH jHdirect
direct diret primaries prlmriP to t another legislative legislativecommission tellt legfElitIvecommission
commission cmmllon cmmllonWith > iu iuWith
With the of legfc legilation
exception excepton passing plng J
lation lton regarding regaring the undardsveloped undardsvelopedwater undereelp Iti
water powers pwen of the State Stt the Legisto Legistoture L
ture through thrugh the action acton taken tken today ty i ihas
has b passed pe upon upn every ever question qUetoD one ooeor w way wayor y yor
or the other recommended rmmende by b Go Gov v BUlhtor Hughes ft ftfor
for its It consideration onldraton consideratIonThere j if
There Ter Is i one more thing thig that tht remains remainsand remlot rsmaInand > j jand
and that tht is i the passage pge pa ago of any legist legisttion 16 logiItion ii
tion ton which hob may my be recommended rmmende l by b the theGovernors i
Governors Goverors commission cmmilon which whchi is 1 invostJU invostJUgating tvt lnvustl lnvustlgating
gating gtg Wall Wal Street Strt A 1 report rprt from frnitbli thte thtecommission thucommission f fcmmlion
commission cmmlion is i looked looke for next nex wek week and andte andthe i 3 3the
the te legislative legiltive leaders le8 expect to t be beabJe ableto able ableto
to t dispose dipe of it before bfore final fl adjournment aoulL adjoummentThe J 1
The Senate Snt discussed dice Gov Hugheafl Hugheafldirect Hua1 Hughasdirect
direct t primaries prmre bill bU today ty from fro nocfi nocfiuntil po pountllaftsr
until utl untllaftsr after ftr 8 oclock o oktnlhtT tonightTb tonIghtThstrediscussion 4t 4tdiscussion C t i idlCin
discussion dlCin was indulged iduge in i The b bHr bHrcame b biflcame II t
came Cme up on an a adverse aVe report rpr of oftM oftMSenate ft CtM CtMSenate
Senate SeMt Judiciary Judic Committee CDrt which whlcl whioIW whioIWadopted w a aadopted ii iiaat
adopted aat < by the Senito 8t S nte thus thu killingth killingthbill kiltte kilttebiUortl1 kiJ1ingthibilifor
bill biUortl1 bilifor for this year yer by a vote vot of o S3 S to t1i t1iTOe II 14Those t tThose
Those TOe who voted vt to t adopt aopt the adverse adversereportwere 3dverireport dv dvrepr
reportwere repr report ware wareEepubllcansAlids ere ereRepullcanAld < j
Republicans RepullcanAld EepubllcansAlids Allda Norwich Norwih Alt Brooke Brookelyn B Br oke okelyn >
lyn Brackett Saratola Saratoga Brougb BrouI Muni M Mn4hattan n nhaltan V Vhattan
hattan Cobb Watertown Watrown Conger CongerTompkins ConerTompkins CenterTompkins
Tompkins Davis Buffalo Butalo Emerson Emern EciersonWarren f fWarren
Warren Gledhlll Gledhi Brooklyn Broklyn Grattsft GrattsftAlbany Gr OrittanAlbany ttr
Albany Heacock Herklmer HerkImr Hill Hi Buffalo Buta ButaHolden BuffaloIlolden l lHolder
Holder Syracuse Kisoel Kisl Brooklyn BrooklynMacKenzle Brokln BroklnMacKenzie BrocklydMacKenzie
MacKenzie Niagara Ialara Mead Rochester RochsstsrPlatt RohSar RohSarPlatt RochesterPlatt
Platt St Stubn Steuben uben Balnea Ontario Sohloster SohlosterColumbia Sobl SohloseerColumbia l lColumbia
Columbia Walnwright Wanwright Westchester White WhltRochester WhiteRoch WhitRochester
Rochester Roch ster Witter Witer Allegany AlleganyDemocrats Alegany AleganyDemocratsCatr AlleganyDemoeratsCaffrey
Democrats DemocratsCatr DemoeratsCaffrey Caffrey Manhattan Manhatan Cream CronlnCullen Crnin CreamCullen
Cullen Culen SfcCarren llcCarn Brooklyn Broklyn FrawUy FrawUyMcManus Frw FraaMyMcMantie y yMcManus
McManus Schulz Stllwell SUweU T D Sullivan SullivanWagner Sulva SulvaWagner SullivanWagner
Wagner New York Harte Queens QueensAgainst Qeens QeensAgalnt QueensAgainst
Against Agalnt adoption adopton the vote vot was wasrepublicans W8 wasBepubllcansAgnew j
republicans RepublcansAgnew BepubllcansAgnew Agnew and Newcomb New NewYork NeW NewYork I
York Burlingame Burlngame and Travis Brooklyn BrooklynAllen Broklyn BroklynAlen BrooklynAllenRensselaer
Allen Alen AllenRensselaer Rensselaer KensselaeriCordesUlster Cordes CordesUleter Ulster Davenport DavenportOnelda Daen DavennortOneida rt rtOneida
Oneida Hamilton Hamlon Chautauqua Hawltt HawlttCayu Helt RewiftCayuga l
Cayu Cayuga a Hinman Brooms Hobbs Suffolk SuffolkRose Sutolkj SutolkjRos SuffolkRose
Rose Ros Orange OrangeDemocrats OranReDemocrtsGadner OrangeDemocratsGardner
Democrats DemocrtsGadner DemocratsGardner Gardner Montgomery Ram Ramperger Ran Bantaperger i
perger Erie o oThe i iThe 1 1The
The absentees abentes were Bayne Byne of Staten StatenIsland Sttn SttnIsland StatenIsland
Island Grady and an C D Sullivan SuUv4n of New N NYork Ne NeYork i iYork
York Democrats Demorat ant and ONeill OS l of St LaW Lairence L LaWrence
rence rene Republican RepublicanAn Republcan RepublcanAn > I IAn
An interesting Intresting incident of r the discus discussion dt di j jsion ¬
sion was the disclosure by Senator Sntr John JohnB Joi1
B Rose R Rep ep Newburgh Newburph that in 1 1Ewar MM MMEdward 1Edward
Edward Ewar H Harriman Hariman tried trie to t have hv6 hv6Gov bavGov J JGov
Gov Benjamin B Odell Odel Jr nominated nominatedfor noml t
for the Senate Snt from frm that district dttrct Senator SenatorRose Sn SenatorRose l
Rose baa ha voted votd for all al of Cloy Hughes Hughesmeasures Hug9 Hugheasmeasures
measures measur and he has been Oen especially especiallystrong eep epecillystrong n nstrong
strong for the Governors Goverors direct dirct 11 11marie sri primaries ¬ I Imanes
manes marie bill bi He Insisted Inist he was WB for the thebill tb K Kbill
bill bi because bcuse he was wa a victim victm of the present presentboss pr prssenbboss rt rtboss
boss system When exSenator exSnatr Goodsell Goodsellof GoodaU l
of Orange Oran A was wa renominated rnomint in 1909 19 and anddefeated andd a d ddefeated
defeated d felted at the polls pols Senator Rose R e was w wcndidat a acandidate Icandidate
candidate cndidat Of the ninetyone delegate delegatein delept
in the Senatorial Senatrial convention cnventon Mr r ROM ROMreceived Rosereceived I
received rcived the votes vot of fortyfour foryfour and was wasdefeated WMdefetd wasdefeated
defeated defetd Some Sme time tme previous prvioustotif prvioustotifconvention to j jconvention the theconvention
convention he stated std Edward Edwar H 1 Hand Handman Br ifarriman
man sent for him and asked Bked him to towlil with withdraw witbdraw
draw drw aa 1 4 candidate candidat so that tht exGov exGovOdell exGoyOdel oxCoyOdell
Odell Odel could be b nominated nominatd and enter ptth nterthe ntertheSenate the theSenate t
Senate Snt This was wa two years yer after atr afterOdell M M rirv rirvOdell i iOdel
Odell Odel retired rtir from the office oteo of Governor Govemt GovemtI OoverpI = J JI
I declined delne to retire retre said Senator SAator BOM BOMbecause R Bessbecause
because leause I did not want Gov Odell Od J to tomake o omake d
make such a mistake mitke and accepted a aecetedThi aecetedThinomination Wd the thenomination 1
nomination Gov Odell and I have
nomlnaton bav8a bavalwayi bavalwayibeen always alwaysbeen a
been ben close cloe friends friend and I have hve the th HffffMt HffffMtrespect tflJt hfhs4trespect g i irept
respect rept for him Before B fore the thl convention conventionin cnv conv ntl pttott i 4 4in
in 1900 19 I sought his hs support aUfpr and andmarked her hernuirked e1 e1nmrke <
marked nmrke that tht he had always looked look upon uponme uponme pn J
me almost almolt as a a son lon and ald with tears tr in 1011 lnhts his hiseyes Pi Pieyes
eyes cy he h said that nothing nthing could col give him himas hima himas
as a much mtch pain as I his action in thIs tll < matter matterbtit matt matterbut
but t that tbatthrough through throu Ih an association of twenty twentyfive twe twentyfive
five fve yean Yer which could cld not be b JJ thrust thrustasido thru4taside
aside allde he would have hve to support sPfJr Senator SenatorGoodsell SenatqrGoodseli ntqr ntqrGodl
Goodsell Godl for renomination rnomlnaton though tboghi h hthought lie liethought
thought he would old be b defeated defeatedSenator defeted defetedSntr defeated5Senator
Senator Sntr unman Hinma denied that the bill bu was wasfavored Wasfavored
favored Imvord by b the outs oul to t get even evwlth evenwith with withthe 4 4 4the
the tea 1 and ad insisted Inltd ins1stedthatheaIwayU ins1stedthatheaIwayUan that tht ha hel1a hel1aan always was wasan
an organization or alzton man although altouah for the thopresent thepresent
te tepr8ent
present pr8ent he was wa a trifle trlte off of the tttn tttnvatlon rE rEvation r
vatlon vatlonThe
vationThe a tlon
The Te best bst people pople in the State Stt amfor ar arefOrthis amforthis r rtis o
this tis bill bl he added ade and ad we think tin there thereis the
is I a well wl founded rode sentiment for it It Indftr Indftrpendence I Ipndenc Ifld Ifldpendence
pendence pndenc la on the te increase Incra and adt4r then thenis thMIlea
is lea a I growing gang belief blef that the th present prntaa prntaaIe preeentsye6m preeentsye6mis system systemIs
Is in the interest Itrt of the te few It la notori l8ioWI l8ioWIou iadot1ens notorious ¬
ous ou that tat primaries prmares and a caucuses CUu up uptate uptateare jStato jStatoare tt
are not representative rprnttv of o the t party p cptrlt cptrltnor rt
nor is th t the voting votng confined c1e to the members jnrab6rsof Jembr
of n 1 party pry at a single party prCUo caucus caucusPrimaries cauousiPrimaries
Primaries Pimares are ar frequently fruentl packed pcke wltli wltlifriendly wlt wit1friendly
friendly fredly voters votr of another party pary and andsometimes nd ndsmetme d dsometimes
sometimes smetme a snap snp caucus CUO is called cle or1 orthe orthewath or the thewatch thewatch
wath watch of the chairman clna li I a little Utte fast rdtad and andthe an4the
the while ostensibly called 6 6ot
te primary pr wblo otnlbly ee eeI
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