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I TOL Ot LIXYIHO 229 22 + NEW NE VURK JRK SATURDAY APRIL 17 1909 1909coPJlTi CopvriaU At 1900 by M Sha < Sm SI PrilltiC7 Pniti and 4vIdPlsbUaMflO PvblliMno Association mriE 1BTC1 TWO CENTS 1fTS
FURBAY AGAIN A PREACHER PREACHERONCE
ONCE AN Il tfrTr4ST ItK 11 f GOES GOESBACK GrnsRACK PS PSBtCK
BACK TO 7 t HIS III OLD WORK WORKNet WORKNot IIORKNot
Not Reinstated hut Applied for Ordina Ordination firdinalion ¬
lion as a a SeumfrArre Newcomer Arrented ted and andSent andSfnt sodSent I
Sent to the th Island In New NI York YorkAfter YorkAtter
After Year far of litlnic a Wanderer WandererThe WandererThe anderflrThe I I
The New York Presbytery which whichfew a afew I
few days ago rejected rtj ted candidate for fortha forthe I I
the ministry from the Union Theological TheologicalSeminar TheologicalSeminary TheologicalSeminary
Seminary is to tako In a reorult r rl1tt next nextMonday nOJltMonday notMonday
Monday whose experience is far differ different dirrElrent differant ¬
ent from that of mo mORt t of the Union semi seminarists lIemlnanllta seminariets ¬
narists He i Ia a 1 man who fell from the thepriesthood thlprlealhood theprieathood
priesthood itself ir lf and has ha worked up p to touch toauch toluch
I
uch luch a plane of rectitude that the Pros Presbytery Prosbytery Preabytery ¬
bytery is i glcd Ipd to welcome him ononmore ononmoreThe onolmorThe once more moreThe
The man is Hnrvey lIarYf > Y Graeme Furbay FurbayHe Furha FurhaBe
He is a Ph D in the > ministerial directo directories directorlee directori ¬
ries ri e which as a a sympathetic brother brotherof
of the cloth observed yesterday indi indicates indicateB mdicates ¬
cates that he in il Doctor by right of study studyand ttudyarid tdyand
and by a higher title than though it were werea I Ia
a D D degren by favor As Dr DrFurbay DrFurbay DrFurbay
Furbay he is il known here hf > re in New Sf > W York Yorkwhere Yorkwhere Yorkwhere
where he has boen for the last few years yearsmanager ypa8manager yearemanager
manager of the Industrial Christian Alli Alliance Allionce IIi IIiance ¬
ance at U n < > Bleecker street and as such suchha lIuchhe suchhe
he wan knownjnorne yearn ago In the theministry themlnllltry theministry
ministry of tin1 th + Presbyterian Church Churchwhich Churchwhich Churchwhich
which he entered in 1S90 1S90Something 1111I1Somlthin ISDoSomething
Something like a decade ago l0 he left leftIt
It and since then and before his arrival arrivalat
at his present pout In n Bleeoker street streethe IItrt streethe > 6t 6the
he has been nt times a 1 tramp a teacher teachera
S a temperance lecturer a drunkard even evena vpna
a prisoner pn < oner handcuffed to a black man inauand manand manand
and cellmate of three negroes Strangely Strimgelyenough Strnllgelyenough Strangelyenough
enough it waa ill the company of two twoother twoother twoother
other black men that he appeared before beforethe hforethe bforethe
the church fathers > more than a year yearago yearallo yearago
ago and asked to l he h > taken under the thePresbyterys thePrt8hytery thePreehytarys
Presbyterys caro caroNow caroSow caroNow
Now at the completion of his term of ofprobation orprobatlon ofprobation
probation and supervision he is to t he heordained heordllnEd heordained
ordained ordllnEd as a newcomer into the ranks ranksof rankof
of the ministry he has hl declined de < ino to take takeany takeInr takeany
any Inr advantage of his earlier arlM experience experienceand
and has hal stood before lJrlrf the thl Presbytery Presbyterythe Prlbyterthe
the Rev Rfv Dr John Bancroft ncrof Devins Dln8 said saidyesterday saidyesterday aldYftnlay
yesterday exactly txacty as a man who for the thefirst thetrt thefirst
first trt time t Iflfl entered tntertd the thlChurh Church and prepared preparedhimself prfpred preparedhimself
himself for the ministry ministryDr ministr I
Dr D Furbay wh when > n he first frt entered the theministry themlniltly theministry
ministry had a charge harle at Rnynoldsville RnynoldsvillePn Rfnoldsvi
Pa from which he hl went to Tyrone Trne Pa Pawhpt Pahr Pavrhp
whpt hr t h succwdcd SIICC rPr the Rev John R RDnviea RDail
4 Dnviea Dail who c Imt came me to L the Fourth Avenue AvenuePresbyterian AvenuePrfhyteian AvenuePreehyterian
Presbyterian Church Churlh New ew York Thence ThenceDr Thtnce ThtnceDl
Dr Furbay went to the Oxford Odor Presby Presbyterian PrNhyterian Preehyterian ¬
terian Church Philadelphia PhiladelphiaWhile Phiarflphll
While Whie he w WI was s there his wife died Be and andbe andhe andhe
he turned tmer to to drink Once OlC at a summer summerresort lummtr lummtrrfort summerreaort
resort rfort awakening awakpnitl awak ning to t4 a realization rPRlztlon that thath that thathe
h he was a drinkmc rrinkinl disgracefully diArracerlly he did didnot did10t didnot
not 10t eoek tek to return Iltum to his hi church hut sent sentin sentin fnt fntin
in his resignation r nltion and asked allf the tl Pres Presbytery Prp Presbytory ¬
bytery to relieve rele1 him of his hil allegiance allegianceUnder aleinc aleincUndcr alIeianceUndcr
Undcr a rjjle ule of the th theChuirch Church ho being his hisown hL hLsown
own accuser acculr his hi reiuest re1uft was granted piautodwithout jlUtf grantedwithout
without wihout publicity publcity or trial Then hegin heginhi htn htnhi
hi his period of roaming roam in It took him to tomany tomny tomany
many mny parts part of the country countr He HI npr i
knew why he drank as I he did not lik likliquor liklquor like likelirtuor
liquor lquor He taught talght school Ichool for a season seasonand 11101 11101and seMenand
and did not touch it Then one on day he hewas heWI hewac
was WI standing stnding on a corner corpr in Chicago Chicagowaiting ChicaRoaltlng Chicagowaiting
waiting for a eaV eur saw 11 a saloon entered enteredand Interf enteredand
and the rest rEt of the tale need nl not he told toldHe toldHe toldHe
He lectured leture tramped did manv things thingsand thinl thingsand
and incidentally incidentaly learned much about aboutthe AhoutthE aboutthe
the thE armies armle of the unemployed unemnloye the pan panhandlers panhnd hanhandlers ¬
handlers hnd If > and the vneahonds Alahmdl Part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the time he waa WI in N > w York Yorl and here hereonce hlreonce hereonce
once he was a arrested arretd after afer he had hd sold his hisclothing hisclothi hisclothing
clothing clothi It waa then that he wan wal sent sentfrom sentfrom Int Intfrom
from Chatham Chtham Square Rfuare to t < the island islandcoupled islandcouple Islandcoupled
coupled couple to t a negro negroA nejro nejroA
A fortnight fornight after ater hw hi release relel he wandered wanderedinto wandere
into the MoAuley Mission in Water street streetand stret stretand streetand
and the late Mr Ir Hadley took a deep in interest Interft int ¬
t terest terft in him ns he did in many another anotherFurbay anothlrFrbay anotherFurbay
Furbay Frbay sat t there one night when hln three threeministers threeminiteT threeminitere
ministers miniteT who had been his hi class olansrnatoH cla classmates i imate
mates mate in the th seminary Aeminar days dl came cme in inHe inHe inBe
He made me his choice choic that night It t wan wa a ntough atugh atough
tough tugh proposition for him He looked at atit atit atit
it squarely lfuarly There were three thre choices choicesfor choicfor
for him He could culd walk out 01t and they theywould thovwould theywould
would never have recognized him tie tiecould fe feculd liecould
could culd have sat stilt Atl and they would not nothave nothavA notA
A have noticed notced him Or he could culd get up and andtell andttl andtell
tell ttl his story in open meeting as a is il the thecustom thecUltm thecustom
custom cUltm of the place pIA and then if the theclergymen theolRr theclergymen
clergymen olRr men cared care to get gtt further furher informa information Information information ¬
tion regarding their thlIr former classmate classmatethe cln lmate lmatei
the thf way wa WM open for them to do so 10 He Hearose Hearoae liearose
i arose and told his tale taleSome taleRome taleSome
Some time afterward aferard he went to the theFifth theFifth theFifth
Fifth Avenue A pnue Presbyterian Church hurh and andapplied andaPlled andapplied
applied aPlled for admission as A a new convert convertmight conver convertmight
might do Dr Stephenson interested interestedhimself intereetedrmlllf interestedb
b himself rmlllf in him and has been a good goo friend friendto frend frendto
to him as have Dr Stirea Stire of St Thomass ThomassProtestant Thomas ThomasProtMtJnt TkuomassProteettnt
Protestant ProtMtJnt Episcopal Epiloopl Church and Dr DrFarrar DrFarar DrFarrar
Farrar Farar of Brooklyn Brookl In due season selon he heapplied heIppled heapplied
applied Ippled to be hf taken under the Presby Presbyterys Prebyterl Preebyterys ¬
terys terl care aa has hl been ben told toldHe tld tldHe toldV
V He took up the work of managing the theIndustrial to th thIndustrial
Industrial Christian Chriltian Alliances AIAncel establish establishment etablih etablihment establishmerit ¬
ment in Bleecker BI ker street and ad won further furtherpraise furher furherpraise furtherpraise
and Ha Hahad Heha Rehad
praise Inl gratitude Also support suppor
had ha a method of his hi own for solving the theproblem thel
l 1 problem of the thl homeless homelfl unemployed unemployedand
and his hiI idea WM to change them from frm frmtI a atax fttax
tax tI on the community communitv to a credit oreit He Hefound Hefounl Hefound
found founl that as AI distinct from the vagabonds vagabondsth vagabondl vagabondsthshomelees
th thhomJII thshomelees thshomeleesmen homelw < s unemployed lnlmploydwfremanytmM lnlmploydwfremanytmMmen were many tlmen tlmenm
m men n who whatever the th reason for their theirdownfall theIrf theirdownfall
f downfall downral might milt be made mlf melfreapecting melfreapectingproducers selfrespectingproducers elrepectng elrepectngy
y producers again under proper treatment treatmentnot
not wholly wholv charitable char lhll IIf He found that thatonly thatonly thatonly
only a small m I proportion proporion of those thI he came camein cre creL
L in contact with were unskilled unAkll1 workmen workmenand
and that somoof lomf coma of th them m were wer college olElje men menHe me menTu
e i He HI found that not only were wfr they willing willingto wllnR wllnRto
to work for their thllr living lving but preferred preferredto preferre
to do no 10 when shown the thf way One of ofthl ofthe
SL the thl things thlnl ho did w wee to send out for forfs forhrnkln forbroken
fs broken furniture rumiurA to be h repaired repirld and he hefpt beFP heset
set FP to work men mAi who either were Wfrf qualified qualifiedfor qUllfe
for fn ihnt work or r who were wlr so 0 unskilled unskilledthat nnlkled nnlkledthAt
that nil ni that that could cfuld t he > asked of them per perhaps perhnp perImps ¬
haps WIH wa tij tl scrape cril the varnish from old oldrhnlrH oldchairs
4 chairs hair He set Flt his men to tl work worl nt this thitak thmtaik thistask
task taik until unt he had built buit up lp quite a business businessnlong busll011 businessalong
along Alnnl this thi line lne He then found work workor
I or aided ldlr tli flue men to find fnd it i for them themMlves themIvp
Mlves Ivp nnd h he learned by his hi nxperienco nxperiencohit oxplfnc
< > thAt by such methods mfhdl his hil own work ok could couldgo
go o forward miccfvutftilly IICCflrlly and that the man manfttnyed m menstayed n ntlYAn
stayed tlYAn not longer lonlr nt At lib hi shelter Mbl r than was waanecessary wasnecessary s
necessary nlceMr to enable enlhle them thM to get pI 5t their theirown the the4Iown
own start once more moreAfter morcAt8r moreAfter
I After At8r John S I Huylar became beorb prenl prenlrifrii prel prelrn prealdent
dent or the Industrial
rn Indultrlll Christian Chrilt1n Alliance Alliancea A1aDC
a 1 project proJtct of Dr frurbayn Jurbay for an enlarge enlargam fnlarlf enlargemeat
m meat nt of the Institution Itton earns cmo to the thO front frontand frontand frontand
and made good 100 proareaa toward towu realiza realization relza relzaIloDe realization ¬
tion IloDe SB much ao 0 that tbt now th t ths alllaaoo llo lloI
I
baa ha purchased purebed property prprty at Il the corner cmer of ofBond ofBond ofBond
Bond street ett and Lafayette Lfayete street Itret where wheroit wher
it Is the intention Intenton to erect erot a large building buildingfor buiding buidingfor
for the carrying crring out of the doctors doctorl ideas ideason
on a 1 larger scale In the meantime meantme Dr DrFurbay DrFurhay DrFurhay
Furhay rum h preached at various VliO11 New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York churches churhel and in I scheduled to speak apeaksoon Ipak Ipakloon speaksoon
soon loon at John D Rockefellers Rockefelerl Fifth lh Ave Avenue Ayenue ¬
nue Baptist Church of which the Rev RevDr RevI RevDr
Dr Aked Akt it I pastor pRtor but it Is i his h intention intentionto
to continue contlnle in the work of the alliance allianceOn alanc
On Monday Monda next net he in i to be b ordained ordainedat ordined ordinedat
at a I special spcial meeting meetng of the New York YorkPresbytery YorkPrlbyter YorkPrseubytery
Presbytery at II which the Moderator Moerator the theRev theI theRev
Rev Dr George OIOr 8 Alexander will wi preside presideThe pnideThe
The Rev Dr Wylie Wle will l deliver d lver the charge chargeand chargeInd chargeand
and Ind the thf Rev Dr Devina Devinl will wi make the theordination theordination theordination
ordination prayer prayerROItBKIIS prayrlWnBn1 prayerIIOIIBKRS
ROItBKIIS lWnBn1 BOUND BOND BO1NDMRS XIUS BARTELS BARTELSFlderly 114 RTEIf RTEIfFderl RTELc RTELcElderly
Elderly Fderl American Woman onlan Attacked itIfd in inHer InIlr Intier
Her Ilr partnient In Paris Ptrliirxrlnl Par Partrjal ParisSpvrWI
irxrlnl trjal fable rablr lirspittti 1Jrl la 0 Tar TIP SiN SiNPARts Sl Sv SvPAsts
PARts April Apri 18 16lr Mr and Mrs Mrl Bartels Bartelsrich Drttls Drttlsrich llartelsrich
rich Americana who have been ben living lyinl in inParis inParll inParis
Paris Parll for the last two years T with wih their theirtwo theirtwo theirtwo
two daughter recently rlnUy decided deded to return returnto rtlrn rtlrnto
to Chicago Chlca o They wished wl hed to sell 1 the furni furniture rurnitur furniturn ¬
turn tur of their apartment aprtme t in the Avenue AvenueFylau Avenlo AvenloEvlal AvenueEvlaui
Fylau Evlal find Jnd put the matter mater into the hands handsof
of ngenoie Mr lr Bartels sailed led on the thesteamer theIItMror thesteamer
steamer IItMror La Savoie on April pri 10 hill family familyintending famiy famiyIntendln familyintending
intending to follow folow him after afer the th furni furniture rurl rurltur furniture ¬
ture tur was sold 1olo and their apartment aprment let letAt letAt letAt
At about 1 oclock this afternoon afernon two twowell twoWEl twowell
well WEl dressed dreald men rang the the boil bel of the theapartment theopartmNlt theapartment
apartment The Te servant Irvant Elise Else Dussort Dussortopened DUlort DUlortopn Dusortopened
opened opn d the door dor and Rnt the men nuked her herfor herfor herfor
for permission to nee lee the furniture furnitlre The Theservant TheIrvant Theservant
servant Irvant after consulting cnultlnl with wih Mrs rl Bar Bartela Bartel Bartel
tel tel who ix il a sexagenarian lugnaran and paralyzed paralyzedin pralyzd pralyzdin
in both lest showed the visitors viei rs into the tharooms th throms therooms
rooms roomsTha roms romsThe roomsThe
The men questioned questoned the the girl Irl and anI found foundthat roundthat foundthat
that Mr Ir Bartels Batele had left France Iran and Ind that thatthe thltthl thuitthe
the thl daughters dnughtrs who were wer out were wer not notexpected nottxpcted notexpected
expected txpcted to return rturn l before > 5 I oclock The Thedaughters Thedmtlhten Thedanghters
daughters dmtlhten alone had authorization authorytlon to tosell totl tosell
sell tl the furniture furiture owing to their mother motherHIllness mother1nel mothersillness
Illness 1nel Tho men left lef saying they would wouldreturn woull woullreturn wouldreturn
return lat laterThey later laterThey r rThlY
They returned reture in about two hours hOIn and andnaked andlke andnaked
naked lke if the young ladies lAd Its had returned returnedThe retnne returnedhuue
The servant trvlnt said they had not One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men then placed plaoe his hi hand over ov r the theservants theerants theservants
servants erants mouth carried care her Into the din dining dinIn dinlag ¬
lag In < room rom and tried trie to strangle her hlr with a aribbon nribbon aribbon
ribbon that that was WI around her throat throt The Theribbon Therbbon Theribbon
ribbon rbbon broke and he h pulled pune the girls girlsapron glrll glrllapron girlsapron
apron over her head hed and pushed pu he a cushion cushionon chlon chlonon
on her face faceIn faceIn faceIn
In the meantime the other man mln at attacked attack attacked ¬
tacked tack I Mr IM Bartels Barelll striking trklng her a I severe severeblow I severeblow vere verehlow
blow causing caullln her hfr to faint He then thenbound thenbund thenbound
bound bund her to a lounge on which she wan wanlying waf waslying
lying and tore torf a leather hag hg from her herwaiat herwalat herwaist
waist in which were wfre valuables valunble worth worh worthHo
Ho 1000 0 n He also 118 took five fve splendid rings ringsfrom ringfrom ringsfrom
from her fingers Inlol Then Ten both bth men mao maotheir mldp mldpthflr macto mactotheir >
their thflr escape escapeThe eaf escapeThe
The Te whole affair afair occupied oc1lplt only five fve min minutes minutI mm mmutes ¬
utes utI The Te concierge ooncerge saw the men a 18 as they theywere the theywere
were wert leaving leving but did not suspect AIPt any anything anything anything ¬
thing Half Hai an hour later the servant servantgave lerant lerantve servantgave
gave < ve the alarm alar When a commissary commissaryof cmmisslr
of police rlic arrived Irrvt Mrs IT Bartels Bar1 had re recovered r rcoere racovered ¬
covered coere sufficiently 8ulclently to give ilve him an ac accurate o ocuat ecurate ¬
curate cuat description dcrPtion of the robbers robber robbej robbejBartels Slra SlraBartels Jm
Bartels Barel was W the victim of ofa a similar 8rlar attack attackfourteen atAck atAckrourtn attackfourteen
fourteen rourtn months ago when hn one of her herservants herservants
servants her ltrvant bound her htr to a t chair and robbed robbedher rhhf robbedliar I I
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1 i DEMIH F1Wf ItTtCSK R tT1tSElTOfli tT1tSElTOfliThe f P ITOM TOR CONFER CONFERThe CtrR CtrRI
The nrrlile fI111 to Vote otf ete a as i a Unit nl for a Stamp StampTax AtsmpTu StanipVa
I Tax Va on Transfer Tranlffrs of Stool StoolWASHINGTON MtOfI StockWA9itiOTO
WASHINGTON W ASINOTON April Apri 18 18Thf ieThe The Demo Demooratio Democrtlo Demooratic
oratio crtlo Senators Soalot at an adjourned nrjournf con conference conI conrerence ¬
I ference rtrencf which met mA lam Wednesday Wenda de decided decided ¬
I cided cide today to vote unitedly uniteclr in favor of ofa
a 1 stamp tax ta on tmn tmnff1 trensfers fprs of stock They Theydesignated
I designated resi nated it i a a3 Ta 1 a tax on future fuures A Amibcommltteo AI Asubcommittee
I subcommittee Iuhcmmltt was 81 authorized author14 xl to draw drawa dr9 dr9Itock
a stock Itock transfer tonlrtr tax ta amendment nmnrlent to the thetariff thetnrll thetariff
tariff tnrll bill bi which will wil be h adopted adopte byt bytthe the theconference theonferenC theconference
conference onferenC and Ind submitted uhmltet to the Senate Senateat Henlltf Henlltfat
at the proper prper time timeThe tlmf timeThe
The conference cnfereno wa WI begun h un at 2 oclock oclocktliis oclockthis oclockthis
this afternoon aferoon and continued cntlnu6d until lull after afterI are aret
I oclock ocock There Thfre was 11 I larger lorler uuinbar uuinbarof IIHuher IIHuherof
of absentees nlent than on Wednesday but butthree hiI hiIthrl hutthree
three thrl of the Senators Senlior who were absent absentWednesday RIHentWednedar lb4entedneda
Wednesday Wednedar edneda y were present today lodvBank lodvBankhead thank Binkhead thankhead
head of Alabama Paynter of Kentucky Kentuckyand
and Newlands Sew lands of Nevada The Th absentees absenteesfrom ablentecl ablenteclfrom absentecsfrom
from toduvs todi s conference conffrfnc were Bailey Bailevof Baiey Baieyor
of Texas Tfa Bacon Bacn of Georgia and Clarke Clarkeand Clarkeaud Clarkeand
and Davis Dav of Arkansas McEnery lcEner of ofLouisiana ofJouilnna ofLouisiana
Louisiana Jouilnna Tillmm Tillnm and Smith of South SouthCarolina ROlth ROlthCrolna SouthCarolina
Carolina Crolna Tallnferro Talafero of Florida and nd Martin Martinof artinof
of Virginia VirginiaIt Vlrllnla VlrllnlaI
It I was wa learned leare that tht Senator Senlor Clay of ofGeorgia ofOergla ofGeorgia
Georgia Oergla is II the author of the proposed proposedtax propd propdtax
tax on certificates cerifct of stock sale sle for future futuredelivery futurerelvlry futuredelivery
delivery In the th e absence Ibeence of Senator SenatorBailey RenorBilw SenatorBailey
relvlry Bailey author of the income Incm tax amend amendment amendment amendmont ¬
ment Bilw there was WI no formal forlal consideration considerationof Mn irerton irertonof
of the subject luhlet hut in informal Inrorma1 talks sev several lev leveral sevural ¬
eral Senators Senatol expressed expro38o dissatisfaction dissatisfactionwith d tifaoton tifaotonwith
with the form of Mr Baileys BleY1 amendment amendmentcontending amendment amendmentcontending amendmentcontending
contending that the graduated gauate tax tx was wasto WI wmto
to be preferred preferf The opinion was WA ex expressed expresed expressed ¬
pressed presed today by more than thn one oe Demo Democratic Deo Democratlo ¬
cratic Senator that when whe the Income Incme tax taxamendment tx txamfndment taxamendment
crato amendment amfndment Is II finally fnaly submitted submite to be bevoted bevotA bevoted
voted upon it will w I be a compromise oompromls be between be betw000 ¬
tween votA twen Mr Baileys BllYs amendment amendent and ad Seas Senator Sna Snator Seastor ¬
tor CummlniTs Cummlnf8 and will wi represent a com common cm cmmon cornmon ¬
mon ground on which Democrats Demotl and andprogressive andprololllve andprogreslve
progressive Republicans Republcn of the Cum Cummini Cummin Cornmini
mini prololllve and La Follotte Folett type tye may mY eland elandLAW ld ldL4W standL4W
L4W WRITERS ODD SUIT SUITAdmit WITAdmits UITAdmi
Admit Admi lie Violated VloIte Contract Cntra by Drinking Drinkingbut Drnklni Drtnklnbut
but Want Wat HlSflie HlSflieWhether 81188 81188Whether IL7OWhether
Whether William Wiiam Lawrence lrenc Clark Clrk of ofNorthport ofNorhpor ofNorthport
Northport Norhpor L I must forfeit foreit 18879 18879because 137 187because
because becuse of the breaking br klng of a pledge plege to toabstain t toahtaIn
abstain ah ln from intoxicants IntxIcnt while whie writing writingA wriing wriingA
A Treatise Treat1 of the Law lw of Private Privat Cor Corporations Cor Corporatons Corpotattonii ¬
porations poratons is II to t be b decided deded by Justice JusticeClark JUftlc8 JusticeClark
Clark in the Supreme Court Cour ia 11 Brooklyn BrooklynThe
The trial tr of the suit began heln yesterday yesterdayand yetray yetrayand
and on the result depends depedl whether the thelaw thelw thelaw
law lw writer wrtr shall lhU get Iet t M 4 a printed print page p e for forhis forhis forhis
his work or only 12 12The 2 2The 2The
The defendant John Went a publisher publisheremployed puhlllher puhlllheremploye publisheremployed
employed employe Clark Clrk to write writ the book stipu stipulating stpu stpultnr etlpuhating ¬
hating ltnr In the contract cntra that tht total totl absti abstinence absI absInenc abstinenc ¬
nence nenc would mean just tl a a i printed prnt page pagato pge pgeto
to him Clark doaant dont deny that tht he hi vio violated vIo yb ybiated ¬
lated late this thi clause 0laul8 but he claims the he full fullamount ful fullamount
amount on the ground gound that tht Went W Mt knew knewof kne
of his hi occasional oCClonal lapses 181 and condoned condonedthem condone condonedthem
them the by continuing cntnuing the contract contractClark ontrac contractClark
Clark also alo claims 10000 100 for several severalchapt leveralohpt8 severalchapters
chapt ohpt8 chapters n on the te law of torts tr which ha haclaims heollm hoclaims
ollm claims to t have furnished fumlhe to t West Wet accord according accordmit ¬
ing to contract cn ra but for which he ar allegen allegenthat aleie aleiethat ahlegenthat
Ilnl that he has ha not no been be paid Jld the chapters chaptershaving Ohpt88 Ohpt88hln chaptershaving
having hln < b been n embodied emboie In anothers work workfleneme workAceme workScheme
Scheme Aceme to Make Arhanias Ara Dry DryLrctia Dr7LnTL DryLlthj3
Lrctia LnTL Root Roc Ark April Apr M 1A itA A bill billwhich bi billwhlctz
which whlo make make it possible po lble to t vote v Arkaoaaa Arkaoaaadry ArkanNI Arkaessn1dry
dry dr on local IOI option baa b be bo been D Introduced IntroducedIn Itducd ItducdID
In the te House HO If I the majority majori of counties countiesvote ente countIesvote
vote dry under local option th the bill
vot dr unde locl th bi pro provide pr provides ¬
vide vlde the State Stt shall shl be te dry dr Another Anothermeaaure Anothfr Anothfrmenu Anothermeasure
menu suppressing newspapers Mwapa r with withliquor wit withuor
liquor ItUOr uor advertiaomonta aver Itnt or any sn literature literatureadvertising ltatura ltaturaah hiteraturoIn
advertising bo ah b latroduoad ItUo ln liquor lqu in I dry d dX a territory trt boa boabo h
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A MILLET BRINGS BRINGSAND 501000 501000Aln OOOOAND
AND A 1 COROT 93OOOO 9700 AT 1 THE THEMARTl THEUABTIV THEM4RTIV
MARTl PICTURE SALE SALENotable SLENotablf SthENotbl
Notable Notablf Audience Applauds the th HrUk nrlkIldlln HrUkBlddlns rIsk rIskfliddlngTotal
Blddlns Ildlln fliddlngTotal Total T4tal for S3 Paintings PaintingsMore PalnUnIorf PaintInulore
More Iorf Than Tan f MtJo 22OOOUuyer OIufr Onuyer of the theMillet the111t theMillet
Millet 111t H 8 Henry Utnl of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMendelsohn Phlaolphla PhlaolphlaMendellohn PhiladelphiaMendelssohn
Mendelssohn Mendellohn Hall Bal last evening took on ona ona ona
a new aspect tpct for In response rponse to an Im Impromptu Imprmptu Impromptu ¬
promptu prmptu Invitation Inviation nearly the whole wholeauditorium wholaudiorium wholeauditorium
auditorium audiorium full ful of women who had ha come comethere cmo cmot comethere
there t to see leI a 0 picture plctur auction auotln took off offtheir 01 offtheir
their hats hat just as 1 though they were at a aconcert acncrt aconcert
concert cncrt Announcement Announcment won WI made from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the platform that areader arader of THE SUN StJNhad SUNhad SuNhad
had sent up a 1 written wri ten request reuel that an a there therewere therewer therewere
were wer some fome fine lne paintings pinting to bo hI exposed exposedduring eXped eXpeddurln exposedduring
during the soirta tolr the women remove removetheir rmove rmovetheir removetheir
their hats so that the canvases canvles might be beeen b bten beseen
seen ten out Olt of competition comptton with wih the stunning stunningcreations stunningcrAton stunningcreations
creations crAton of the milliners milner The women womengraciously womfn womfngoouly womengraciously
graciously goouly condescended condesnded and Mr Ir Kirby Kirbyforthwith Kirbyforthwith Kirbyforthwith
forthwith conducted cnducte hit hi first nlt wreclal recital recitalas
as 1 he modestly lode tly acknowledged acknowltptd it to be beInstead beInstead beInstead
Instead of initial inltlll offers oler of a hundred hundredor
or a few f hundred hundre dollars tollls for the paintings paintingsof
of the late John T Martin Martn the opening openingbids opning opninghids
bids were often oren well wEl in the thousands thousandseo
eo 10 much RO 10 that the auctioneer anctioner some sometimes somtime sometimes ¬
times held hi his breath or waved it and anddid nnddid anddid
did not cry cr the first offers o lel hut waited waitedonly waitedonly wattelonly
only for a 1 moment moment for the more lom liberal liberalbids lheral lheralhld8 liberalbids
bids bidsThe hld8The bidsThe
The sensation f1ton came when Millets MilletsDoing MilletsGoing Jiet8 Jiet8Oolng
Doing to Work WorkDawn Dawn of Day came up upand npand upand
and the tht starting bid was 120 25000 All Al the theobserving theotervin theobserving
observing knew that this canvas was one oneof oneor oneof
of the finest Inlst Mllleta liets ever offered orered for sale salein Mlein salein
in Sew York orkand and this is said sld with full fullrecognition ful fullrecogluiuion
recognition of the history of the Ango MAngohis Angolus
his 111 and the t audIence uudlenc which tilled Iled the thenull thehnl t ho hohull
null hnl was Wil on the alert to pick out the for fortunate fortunate fortlunate ¬
tunate competitor comptitor for it Those Tbof who whocould whocould whocould
could not bid voiced volCd their feelings reelnR in ap applause aI applauee ¬
plause plaut as AI the offers olers for the painting leaped leapedinto leapedInto leapedinto
into largo figures figuresWhen f figuresWhen ur
When the painting pinting was knocked down downat
at 50000 50 it was as though tJugh the spectators spectatorshad apecttorl
had heard a great Irot singer and the hull hullresounded hl hullresounded
resounded with applause When the hall hallbecame hl hullbecame
became bcme quiet quiet Mr Kirby said sid simply simplyLadles simplyLad simplyIAdies
Ladles Lad le end Ind gentlemen entfmen the Millet Miet goes goeato goe i ito
to Philadelphia Phladtlphi Philadelphiawhere where you say sy they are ureso
so 8 0 slow slowThe Ilow IlowThe slowThe I
The Philadelphia Phiadelphian who bought it was wnsH wal wasH
H 8 Henry Henr Mr lr Henry known knoW how th thprices thprlc the theprices
prlc prices of fine tne paintings plntin s run nl in this country countryIn countr countrIn
In 18M 181 when William Wiliam Schausa SChaUA1 collection collectionwas clection
was 118 sold ld out Herman Schaus bought Oujht a aTroyon aTroyon aTroyon
Troyon wIJ TM jt > H Retour tour a la 1 Ferme for
1124 24500 and sold it a little ltle later latr to Mr MrHenry MrHenry lr lrHenry
Henry for a price pric reported rporte a Al as about nholl nholls aboutLocx
35000 s o Mr Henry Henr in 1007 107 sold his hil collec collection colec colection colleetion ¬
tion at auction in this thll city and the Re Retour netour Retour
tour a la Ferm Fer brought M5000 5lOO o The Thebuyer Th Thbuyer Thebuyer
buyer was Edward T Stotesbury Stotehur fellow fellowtownsman felow felowtownlmnn fellowtownsrnftn
townsman townlmnn of Mr Ir Henry Henr and generous generoussupporter RenerOUllpportfr generousstippoiter
supporter of the only onlyOcar Oscar in another anotherThe anolherother another4f
other 4f theits theitsThe
The Tht Millet which Mr Ir Henry Henr bought boughtast houRhtIlt boughtlast
Ilt last ast evening was wal sold to Mr tr Martin in int8S
682 t8S by Knoedler Inoellr A Co for 110 14000 but blt the thenext thenf thenext
next nf > xt time it sells 111 In New York at auction Ilcton
i it t is il likely lkely to bring hlin us 11 handsome hnndlorp a profit profitover proft profitover I
over the thl price priA of last IAIt evening as al did the the1royon thlTroyon theTroyon
Troyon over the price it cost cOt Mr Ir Henry HenryThe HInr HenryThe
The fiftythree Itthrt paintings sold last lastevening la imutevening t ttpnin
evening tpnin brought hroulht altogether aito ethor 12Z2i 222RB5 22SP 5 or oron oran oran
an average aVlr price of more than 4210 S21 each eachand tlch tlchami eachand
and this with the wile MIl of the previous previousevening Ir irevioulsevening > vious viouseEnln
evening makes mak the total proceeds proctfc of ofMr orIr ofMr
Mr Ir Martins Iartn collection oldlon 2 2It6 251569 251569The < < 15 n nThe
The Tht IvMiitiful h l ° lutlrul Corot oreb 11 la M Charptte Charpttewhich CharUIwhich harettewhich
which started at SlOooy llO J was sent up to
130000 300 at which hlch figure url it fell f1 to C C K n nniln 0Billings J Jtilling
tilling niln R It is i one on > of f the thf highest hi ht priced pricedTorolH prlcldCorol pricedCorots
TorolH ever r sold olcat nt auction aulet ion in this t country countryAn cUlmrrAn Cul ry ryAn
An Interesting Intlllnl sidelight idlli ht was WI shod upon uponhis uponthil uponthis
his thil bit of ii bidding hiddin in Ihe I action of one onef oneof
of > f Ihe bet known dealers dlIIIR of New w York Yorkwho Yorlcwho orl
who stayed out 01t of the tll bidding hiddin until the theiffers thentem lieutters
ntem utters wore wor well wel above 2000O 200f after Arer which whichhe
he 10 cnme Cle in for a timebut time hurwaR but was outbid olthid by byhe hythe bylie
he horseman hOlttan nnd yachtsman yachtsmanThe arhllmal
The little Hrle Dupn Du Suneot and nd Wind Windmill Windmi Windmill ¬
mill mi OS fl by 10 inches inchfa went at I 1300 12t II to toa toa toa
The Stmtinel Stmtinelwhich SentInoIwhich
a dealer The Barque Rntlnel Rntlnelwhich
which at the Mary J J Morgan Iorpan Bale fal brought broughtnWO brou ht
nWO 112 O sold at 4Q6OO 9600 Mr lr Billings llnl1 took it itMillets I itMillets
Millets lietl Water Carrier went to a dealer dealerat dellr dellrat
at t25oo 52G Homer Martins IDrtin Autumn Autumnwent Autumnwent Autumnwent
went for IO 2000 Daubignys Twilight Twilighton Twillht I Ion
on the Seine fetched 1110 13100 and the thejrilliant thebrlintTJoyon thebrilhiantTioyon
brlintTJoyon brilhiantTioyon jrilliant Troyon Animaux a 1 lAbreuvoir
25100 2510 Sheridans hfridnn Ride Rde bought for a aprivato aprivate aprivate
private collector cltctor by an agent nll nt went with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the hair from the mane of Sheridans Sheridanshorse Sheridanl SheridanlhoJ Sheridanshorse
horse hoJ at 1 16 1600 1600Knaiiss 00 00Knauss
Knauss Enau1 painting paintng well wf1 known The TheChristening TheCrilteninll TheChristening
Christening Crilteninll which whflh SB the auctioneer auctioneersaid auctonAr auctonArsaId
said cost COI over 30000 30 sod 11d at J 8900 38900Van 8900Van 89
Van Marckes Mackes Cattle Catle went to Bousaod BousaodValadon Bou BoussodValadon o
Valadon a Co very ver likely Ikel for European Europeanaccount Eurooan Eurooanacunt Europeanaccount
account acunt at 111 10 10500 MO Mr r Kirby struggled struggledlong strgled strgledlog struggledlong
long log over De Neuvlllee Neuvlol Charge lar < of Dra Dragoons Dr Drgoonl Dragoons ¬
goons goonl at Grnvelotte OrRvelote with sundry lundr bidders biddersand hldder hldderand biddersand
and it fell fel to t an agent Rgnt at 1102 10200 10200Mr 10200Mr
Mr Martins Marin daughter dughtr Mrs De Mora Moranow Moa Moano Moranow
now resident rldent in Paris bought two of ofthe ofth ofthe
the no canvases of her Para fathers fatbr collection collectionan cllclon cllclonan
an th Interesting Intretlng Cvu Mae Dal Tha Bathers Hathrl for forIM foreace
6300 and Ensues KURS Oretchen at 110 1000 1000The 1000The
IM The paintings selling Hlng at 1 600 or more morewith mor morewith
with wth artists artlst pnting and buyers buyer names nmes were werethese wer werethese
these theseW the8 theseaaQmiarrei
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CANNON TO NAME N4 N4MECO1fiIITTEES N4MECO1fiIITTEESWill E COMMITTEES COMMITTEESmil CO111TTPES
mil 11 Select Ifct the Democrat i aa Well Wel aa the thtRepublican theRepublcnl theRepublicans
Republican RepublicanWASHINGTON Republcnl RepublicansVASHIN0TON
WASHINGTON W A9uNOTON April Aprl 18 18The The word hall haabeen hallhn hasbeen
been pasaed pe i5655d around at the Capitol Cpitl that thatSpeaker thatSpeaker thatSpeaker
Speaker Cannon will wl name the Demo Democratic Democrto Demooratic ¬
cratic crto as a well well as the Republican Republcnn members membersof memher memheror
of House committees commlt when the lower lowerbranch lowerbranch lowerbranch
branch of Congress Congre Is reorganized rergan1zed at the thebeginning thebeginning thebeginning
beginning of the regular reglar session elon in De December Deceber Docomber ¬
comber ceber This is one of the outcomes outcomesof outomea outomeaof
the House rules rulesin ruleIn
of the recent fight fght over
in which Republicans Republcan strayed strye from the theparty Ihepry theparty
party pry fold and twentythree twentythre Democrats Democratsheaded Dlmocrah DlmocrahhEae Democratsheaded
headed hEae by Representative Reprentatve Fitzgerald Jit7geml1 of ofXew ofNe ofNew
New Ne York rallied mlie to the support IlppOr of the theCannon theannon theCannon
Cannon annon organization organizationHustle orglnlUtlon organizationHustle
Hustle for your own ow n committee commito as assignments a asignmen assignrnents ¬
signments said a Democrat who wanted wantedto wante
to talk to the Speaker about the matter matterrecently mater materrecnty matterrecently
recently recnty Ths means lean that tht the Speaker Speakerhas SpekerhM
has decided decd6 to withhold from Mr r Clark Clarka
a privilege prlvlege extended Jhmde by tho majority majorityto
to his predecessor preetor John Sharp Shrp Williams Williamsof llaml llamlof
of Mississippi MllBlppi Under the rules nll the theSpeaker theSpeker theSpeaker
Speaker has ha the right to name nome House Houle com committees commltt comrnittees ¬
mittees mltt Some you yo years re ago Speaker Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non decided deide to permit perit the minority leader leaderto leder lederto
to name the Democratic Dtmocrto end of all al com comroitteen cm cmmite cornmittees
roitteen mite and arrangement thi would have havebeen haveben havebeen
been ben continued cntnuo had It not been bon for the thebitter thebiter thebitter
bitter biter content contlt over the raIse rul at the be beginning be beglnninR beginning ¬
ginning of the current suasion suasionMRS sessionIRS
ae8lon ae8lonUllS
MRS I E V VWIIN 1l6OWIN OHIV HlRT HlRTHer I ln r rUfr
Her Ufr Auto uto Hun RUI Into IntobyStreet by a Street Strlt Tar Near Nearllrr Narlfr Near21cr
llrr lfr Home HomeMrs 101 101Mrs IlonieMrs
Mrs John E MoOowan Mcowan whose Wh0 husband husbandis husbnd husbndi8
is a lawyer at 1 Madison avenue and lives livesat Ivel Ivelat
at 11 1 East Est Sixtieth Sltlolh street strot was hurt yes yesterday YOI yesterday ¬
terday trday afternoon aferoon when her automlbile automlbilein Rutomlble RutomlbleIn
with friends friendswan friendsWi
in which she the was riding two
wan Wi struck struc by a southbound touthbound Madison Madisonavenue Madisonavenue Iadlsoncar
avenue car at Madison avenue and andSixtieth andHitleth andSixtieth
Sixtieth street The Tht machine was WI nearly nearlytipped nearlyrppd nearlyripped
tipped rppd over and the back of the tonneau tonneauvan
van 8 as badly damaged damagedMrs
Mrs 11 Charles Charl6 D Shedd and her daughter daughterKatherine daughtr daughtrJltherine daughterKatherine
Katherine Jltherine both of Greenwich Grenwich It I Iwere Iwer 1wore
were wer riding with wih Mrs McUowan and the thechauffeur thechlureur thechauffeur
chauffeur chlureur 1 U i K t Cronyn of 332 Et East Fifty Fiftytlrnt Fify Fifyfnt Fiftyfirst
first fnt atreoi Itreel was turning the corner from fromMadison froml fromMalii
Madison l diMOI avenue Kvelue when the street Itret car careniunlied carsmalhed carsmashed
smashed smalhed into int the rear of the machine machineAll
All 1 of the glows gll in the limousine lmousine body bodyshowered bodyshowered bodyshowered
showered down on the the heads of the thewomen thewomen theWomen
women and the automobile autolohle tilted tiled sharply sharplyup barplyup
up on edge supported by the front of the thecar thecr thecar
car carMr cr Mr McGowan Mcowan who saw sw the accident accidentfrom accidentfrom accidentfrom
from the stoop of his house hOU but did not notrecognize notrcognize notrecognize
recognize the the car cr went down to the corner cornerto eorer eorerto
to see se the extent of the damage and was wasshocked WI wasshocked
shocked to see se bystanders bY8tndora helping his hiawife hi hiwife hiswife
wife out of the wreck wrok Mrs Mr McGowan McGowansuffered Mcowan Mcowanulerd McGowansuffered
suffered ulerd from shock shok and a cut on the theforehead theforehead theforehead
forehead The other occupants occupant of her hercar hercar hercar
car were wer unhurt There were wer no arrests arrestsPURSUED arrllt arrlltllRSlEI arrestslUlIStEI
PURSUED llRSlEI BY BI A t RIDDLE RIDDLEMr
Mr Ir Helae HfI 1 Not Permitted Pfrmltd to live It I ip ipI tptnU UpIntIi
I tnU IntIi ntll He I Called Calfd a Cop CapJohn CopJohn CopJohn
John Noise Heis of Syracuse Syac is of the th opinion opinionthat opiniontht opinionthat
that tht no respectable rspcabl man ma with a family familyflhoula famiy famiyIholl familyshot4d
flhoula Iholl be h followed folowed all al over town Un by a amore amor amore
more mor than th attractive aUractvo girl girL To TQSflJJCO make me it itall Ital itall
all al the t more embarrassing emharang the girl rl kept keptasking keptAlklng keptasking
asking for 200 2 that tt she ht said he owed oed her herMr herIr herMr
Mr Ir Heine is il at the Hotel Cadillac Cadiac with withhis withhis lb lbhill
his wife He went out Olt yesterday and andhndnt andhadnt andhadnt
hadnt gone Ione far he says I before bfore a 1 pre prepo prepoRin propossessing
po possessing wsflinR young woman touched him himon
on the tht arm Mr Ir Helae HfI took off 01 his hi hat hatSn hatSa hatSay
Sn Say > wheres hat 200 20 you ou owe oe me measked meaked measked
asked aked the t he girl girlMr girl girlMr
Mr Ir Heine Heis stared staredCome staredComne tarN tarNCome
Come on sport por Come on Wlierea Wliereathnt Wlierei Vllereathat
that tht wad ad thats coming ominJ to me mt she Ihe said saidnnd saidmmci id idand
and planted herself hersl in front of Mr Ir Helse HelseMy leis hteisaly
My I ly dear dAr madam you Ol mifltakn tilt k8 mo for forsome forsomt forsome
some somt one else els he stammered Bt I am a astranger Aer astranger
stranger er in town and an dont know any anything anything anytiming ¬
thing about the 200 200Ho 20 200He
He started ftartod to walk alk downtown at at a good goodpace goodpa goodpace
pace pa hut his mysterious t lteriOI creditor followed followedMr rolowed rolowedIr
Mr Ir Heise Heif crossed crotod the street strt So did she sheHe KheHe sheHe
He went into a department department store Itore dodged dodgedtnrnul dodgedtured dodgedtuirneJ
tnrnul tured and hustled hlHted himself out Olt of breath breathbut hreth hrethhi
but hi when he reached the sidewalk idewalt again againthere aRlinthere againthere
there was WIS the girl Iirl and the query of Whore Whoreis hore horeis
is i > the coin coinMr coinIr coiudr
Mr Ir Heine went into a store Itore at 4 Went WentThirtyninth WelltThirtyninth Westrluirtyninth
ltiKe wen
Thirtyninth ttlre street t sent Rlnt for a policeman policemanand polomun polomunami
and had the girl Iirl arrested nrrentedWhen arrestedVhen rreOd rreOdWhen
When the prisoner was wal arraigned before beforeMagistrate brore broreIailtrte beforeMagistrate
Magistrate Iailtrte HOIIHO 1011 in the Jefferson Jefer8n Market Marketcourt ularketcourt Inrketcurt
court curt Mr Ir Heis Hose did not want walt to complain complainagainst complainDlainlt complainagainst
against Dlainlt her but the Magistrate ordered a acomplaint acomplaint acomplaint
complaint of disorderly disorderv conduct conduc made out outSho Olt OltSho outShe
Sho said Ilid she he was wa Bessie Bssie Wells Wels of 79 West WestThirtyeighth WestThirtyellhth est estThirtyeighth
Thirtyeighth Thirtyellhth street streetMisn HtrCEt streetMiss
Miss 11 Wells Well received reoiv d a lecture lectlre on the theadvisability theadvisabity theadvisability
advisability advisabity of getting Rettng the right man manbefore manheoro manhelon
before heoro trying trin to collect olect and unr wan wu > dis discharged disctar uscharged
el elURHI
charged chargedS ctar chargedstnill
S URHI ltH KOTE NOT OT SENTENCED SENTENCEDCourt nlTfE1 nlTfE1ourt
Court Slay Mend Hfnd Her lr Next NfJt Tuesday TUlul to the IheHertford theIdforll theBedford
Hertford Idforll Reformatory ReformatoryThe
The sentencing of Sarah Koten the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young Russian RUl1an nurse nlr who shot Ihot and killed killedDr lele killedDr
Dr Martin Murtn Auspltr Allpltl last June was a de deferred deferro doferred ¬
ferred ferro yesterday by Justice Blanchard Blanchardin Banchar
in the Criminal Crminal Branch of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCurt SupremeCourt
Court Curt He HI said that he had several severalmatters severalmteT severalmatters
matters mteT under Inder consideration cotideraton in connec connection cne connection ¬
tion ton with the case ce and that he would wouldannounce wouldannounce wouldannounce
announce his hl decision next Tuesday Tueay
Sarah Sr Koten was WI not in court ourl Since Sincepleading Sinc Sincepleading
pleading guilty gity of manslaughter in the tnefirst thefirst
first flt degree degre when arraigned araJle a few tlW days daysago dya dyaago daysago te teflt
ago she and her sevonmonthsold sevonmonthlld child chfldhave cid cidbve childhave
have bve been In the Tombs Mrs Mr Walker Walkerthe Waler Walerthe Walkerthe
the probation officer oficr appointed appinte by the theCourt tbeCurt theCourt
Court Curt to t Investigate Invetgat the case oae has h recom recommended rom rommende reoomnmended ¬
mended mende to Judge Blanohard that tht the thewoman thewomn thewoman
woman womn be sent lent either to Auburn or the theBedford theBeord theBedford
Bedford Beord Reformatory Rformtory If I sh Is f sent snt to tothe t tothe
the latter ltter place plce placeshe she Ihe can cn take tke the child chid with withtier withher withher
her and for or this thll reason reson it Is probable probablethat prob probablethat hle hlethat
that the Court Curt will w1 send her there thereROBBERS thereROBBERS thereRODHERS
ROBBERS LOOT THREE BANKS BANKSOklahoma BAN1U BAN1UOklahom flANKSOklahoma
Oklahoma Kama Han and ad Michigan lfhla Scenes Scenesof Scene
of Yenmnens fIKmea Operation OperationLuciBN Operatlol OperatlolLUOEN OperationsLuctsn
LuciBN LUOEN Okla April Apri 11Thobank 16The Tho bank of ofLuolen ofLuolen ofLuoien
Luolen was WB entered fnr8 last night by robbers robberswho rbber rbberwho robberswho
who blew open the safe and escaped escapedin
in I a stolen etlen rig opn with 110000 1100 10000 The escpd escpdI interior interiorof Intror Introrof
of the building was wa wrecked wreckedGAUNRTT wrksd wrksdA1NRT wreckedlanNjrrr
GAUNRTT A1NRT Kan April Aprl Ifl 10A 13At At Welda Weldanlnn Weldanine Weldanine
nine miles mlel south of here hll the State tte Bank Bankof
of Welda Weld was wa robbod of 10 8000 early today tray
The robbers robhf8 escaped eac d and out ot all al tele telephone tle tlephone telephone ¬
phone wires wlre out of the town townHanniBViLLB twn twnHAnJ8VILLI townHARSISVILaS
HanniBViLLB HAnJ8VILLI Mich April Aprl 18 tllBur tllBurKlaT 16Bur 16Burglare Bur Burglars ¬
glare KlaT lost lat night blew open the safe In the tboAlcO theAicona
Alcona AlcO L County Count Savings opn Bank here her and andescaped andesoapd andescaped
escaped esoapd with 10 9000 The Thf thieves over ¬
looked 2000 20 In currency currencyMother ournc ourncothr currencyMother
Mother Sees Seel Child Chid and nd Maid Hilled HilledEMZAIIETH Hied HiedErJUI2TI KilledEaIzanETu
EMZAIIETH ErJUI2TI N J April Apri 16 JOAnnle Annie Das Daaea Daskeekl Dnakeelsi
keekl < ea < a maid mId employed by b Bernard BernardSherman Brnard BrnardShermn BernardSherman
Sherman Shermn of e Ut First Plrt street atr and tho Sher Shermans fber fbermana Shermans ¬
mans oneyearold son on were wer struck struckand struckand truokand
and killed kied by a First street trt trolley troley oar caronlght oartonIght oartonight
tonIght The To childs ohld mother witnessed witnessediha wltnlNd
the th tragedy from her door and swooned Ioed
The motorman motrman and conductor oonruotor were ar arrested arrltd aTrested ¬
rested rltd and later latr released releald In the th custody custodyof catod catodof
of the superintendent au rntndent of the tb North Jiriey Jlfey
Street atro Railway Raiway Company Compn Compni o
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MANIAC ATTACKS DR LAMB LAMBMATTEAWAN LAMBVATTB4WAN LAMBMATTE4WAN
MATTEAWAN VATTB4WAN PATIENT TURNS TURNSON Tf1NS Tf1NSI
ON I THE TiE SUPERINTENDENT SUPERINTENDENTStuns
Stuns Stua film Dm With Wth a Shovel 8hoYI ShovclandTrieste ad and Tries ta t Kill KillHlmieir HI HIID1el KillHimself
Himself ID1el With Wih a Dagger r Made of a Bat Battan Duttlln Butten
tan Hoak HOllken Then rap P Prom Fom a Window WindowMay Wndow WndowMay WindowMay
May DieThe Dle Doctor Little Utte Hurt HnrtMATTXAWAN UurtMAnJAwAN HurtMATTZAWAN
MATTXAWAN MAnJAwAN April AprI18John 10 16John John Pohlman Pohlmanfor
for three th years e41 an inmate of the Mattea Matteawan Matto Mattoa Matteawan
wan a State Stte Hospital Hopitl for fo the Criminal Crimil In Insane Insane Insane ¬
sane and during durng two yearn yeai of his hi term termthere tr trther termthere
there ther one of 0 0 the trusties tt8 allowed alowe the thefreedom thefedom thefreedom
freedom fedom of the grounds gound knocked knooke Supt SuptRobert SuptRbrt HuptRobert
Robert Rbrt B Lamb Lmb unconscious uncotoious by a blow blowwith blowwith blowwith
with a 1 heavy coal ool shovel yesterday yetrday after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
noon and then attempted atempte to take Ike his hl own ownlife ownlfe ownlife
life lfe by hacking and jabbing jabblnl at his throat throatand throatad throatand
and ad heart with a sharpened Iharpne button hook hookOr hookDr hookDr
Dr Lamb Lmb was WI not seriously injured injur6 but buttha butthe butthe
the asylum physicians phyloiat who are ar working workingover woring woringoer
over oer Pohlman say that he has hl1tle little chance ohancofor
for life lifeThe le leThe lifeThe
The maniac wan working in the machine machineroom mahine mahinerm machineroom
room rm a newly completed omplete addition aditon to the theengine theegne theengine
engine egne room rm which Is situated Ituate on the north northaide norh norhaide northaide
aide of the main building buidIng when Dr Lamb Imbentered lmbente Lambentered
entered ente The hospital hopial superintendent superintendentturned superntendet superntendetture
turned ture his back on the trusty who was wa the theonly theonly theonly
only other occupant ocupat of the room rm at the thetime thotme thetime
time tme and busied busie himself himsel in the details detailsof detall detallof
of some work he had on hand handWithout hanWithout handWithout
Without a won worl word Pohlmau Pohlmou stepped steppel up upbehind upbehintl upbehiui
behind Dr ainb f > lifted lte the coal shovel shovelho
ho hell in hi his hand and brought bru ht it down downwith downwih downwith
with wih crushing onllhlll force fore on the back of the thesuperinteuJeiitH the8uporlntendeutt thesuperintendents
superintendents head blld Dr Lamb > fell felltemporarily fel felltemporarily
temporarily temporriy stunned stunnedWhat stunnedWhat tnne
What the Insane patient plont did subse Bubae Bubaequently subeequeutly subsequently ¬
quently in his hi effort error to t take his bll own life lifewaa lfe lfewas lifewas
was plainly shown by the the evidences of his hisdetermined hil hisdetermined
determined determine and insistent Inl Atent aelftorture aelftortureFirst eltorure eltorureIrt
First Irt he grabbed grabbe a surveyors plummet plummetwhich plummetwhich plummetwhich
which lay on a shelf and with the point pointof
of the brass brBs bulb he jabbed jabbe at the left leftside lef leftaide
side de of his throat The Te point pint did not enter enterdeeply enterdeeply i ideply
deeply deeplySeeing deplySeng deeplySeeing
Seeing Seng that this thll weapon wepn had failed faie him himthe himthe himthe
the madman maman must have bethought him himself himsel himself ¬
self sel of an instrument Instrment he had ha fashioned fuhlone In Insecret Insert Insecret
secret sert probably probbly for the very ver purpose purposeto pure pureto
to which he put it With a steel stel button buttonhook buton butonhok buttonhook
hok hook the crook crok and one side of which he hebad heba hebad
ba bad filed fle away into a sharp point he jabbed jabbedhis jabb
hi his throat throt under the left ear er and cut a araggedgash arggeguh araggedgash
raggedgash rggeguh clear cler around to the Adams Adamsapple Adamsapple Adamsapple
apple appleHe
He also stabbed tbbd himself himsl several verl times timeain time
in the left lef side of the cheat chet but the point pointof
of the buttonhook buttonhok did not reach reoh the the heart heartAlthough hert hertAlhough heartAlthough
Although Alhough he was WI bleeding bling freely from the thawounds thewound thewounds
wounds wound In throat throt and cheat ohet Pohlman Pohman had hadstrength hadatrngth hadstrength
strength atrngth enough to walk to a courtyard courtyardten curtyard curtyardtn
ten tn feet fet from frm where wh r he had attacked atloke Dr DrLamb DrLmb DrLamb
Lamb Lmb There Ther he fell foi in a faint faintWhen faintWen faintWhen
When Wen the superintendent suprintndent recovered recoveredconsciousness rverd rverdoncloulne recoveredconsciousness
consciousness oncloulne he h ran rn for assistance aletnc and ad a ahunt abut abunt
hunt but was waamofor made madefor for Pohlman Pohlmn When the theunconscious theuncnlloua theunconscious
unconscious uncnlloua patient was wa found he was waataken wa wastaken
taken tk to the operating oPrtng plnt room rmIn in the boa hospital h0 h0plhl boapital ¬
pital plhl clinic clnloandaneaamlntonwu and an examination was made madeDr mdeDr
Dr Baker Bker and Dr Kelb found that the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of the button huton hook had missed ml the thejugular thejugular thejugular
jugular vein by bythenarowetmaraln the narrowest margin and andthat andthat andthat
that the heart her had not been bn touched by bythe bythe bythe
the improvised improvis dagger dgger Pohlman waa so soweakened soweakened 0 0weaktned
weakened weaktned by bY b loss of blood bloo however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that it ilwaa waa WI not not believed bleve that he could live livemore lve lvemor livemore
more mor than twentyfour hours hoursDr hou8Dr hoursDr
Dr lAmb did not feel the necessity necessityfor nElltyfor
for treatment tratent and it was WI said sid at the theasylum theaaylum theasylum
asylum last lat night that although the blow blowhe hlowhe blowhe
he had received rcived won WI a hard one he had hadreceived hadrCived hadrecemyei
received rCived no injury Injur beyond byond the tempo temporary temporr temporary ¬
rary rr unconsciousness unconsciousnessBefore unconsoioufne unconsoioufneI
Before Bfor his hi sudden homicidal homicdal outbreak outbreakyesterday outbrak outbrakye outbreakyesterday
I yesterday ye tfray Pohlman had har always been beenn ben benmoel
n model moel patient ptlont So slight slllht had seemed seemedhis
his derangement dlrnglment that within wihin a year after afterhe afer aferhe at tar tarhe
he was wat lodged in the th hospital ho pitl he was waamade wasI wasmade
I made a trusty and had the freedom of ofthn ofI ofthe
the grounds in the discharge of small smallduties amal smallI
I I duties dutiesHe dutlel
I He le was between 55 1 and 00 6 yean year old oldThree oldII oldThree
Three Thro years ago alo he was committed committd after aftlra
II a commission oommi8ion in lunacy lunac had decided decidedthat decidedthat decidedthat
that he was Wa not responsible for the death deathof
of a man whom he had killed kied in a saloon saloonfight saloonfght salootifight
fight fightTIttLKYS fght fghtTlRIE1S fightTIlLES
TIttLKYS PEAHL PEA Ill SANDWICH SANDWICHJuM SANmnCI SANmnCIJlit
Just Jlit the thl ThIng TIn for a Man Ia Who bo Run When WhenHes 1lf 1mmlies
lies lel Mimicry Iln r Bites Dln Easy EasyLieut Ruy1lout EasyLiout
Lieut John Turley of the new West WestTwentieth Wet WetTwentieth WestTwentieth
Twentieth street station attlon was wa doing desk deskduty dek dekduty deskduty
duty last lalt night and there wasnt want much to todo todo todo
do He had time tme to t think over his hil sino sinoand 81nand sinsand
and especially Epelaly about how readily rediy he gets getafound getl getsfound
found fOlnd out outArragh outArragh outArragh
Arragh says he to t himself I have haveno
no luck at all al Theyre Theyr always aay putting puttingone putlnl
one over on me And AnC why I I bite bl te easy
Thats Tata the why of it ItI itI I bite bt easy easySo ey eySo eaaySo
man So he calls oall to t Matthew Craven Caven the door doorman doorman doorman ¬
manMatt Matt says be Im Im hungry bun
Matt went wet around the corner and oame oameback oamebak oamoback
back bak with an oyster oster sandwich a slab slb of ofpie ofpie ofpie
pie and some coffee coffeeLieut oofe coffeeLisut
Lieut LIet Turley Turle set I after aftr the sandwich sandwichMatt sandwlohMaU sandwichMatt I
Matt he says whats this youre yourebringing yourebrlngna yourebringing
bringing ma ma aY This Tis sandwich Indwloh has ha nails nailsin nanIn
in brlngna Its It insides lnlde insidesThe InaldesThe
The two looked loke to t see s what It WM that thatgot thatot thatgot
got ot in the war wa of o the lieutenants Uetennt8 teeth teethI teth tethI
I bit ears the lieutenant letennt and look lookwhats lookwhatl lookwhats
whats here hereSomebody hflr hereSomebody ear
Somebody 80meb came in later who said that thathe thathe thathe I
he knew what wlat suoh things are worth worh He Hedeclared Hedelae Hedeclared
suo
declared delae it to bo b a pearl worth worh 1160 1160TRADE 11MTR4DB 3i5oTR40E
TRADE WAR f4R WITH ORIENTALS ORIENTALSChlnete ORENTUS ORENTUSClnMe
Chinese ClnMe and ad Japanese aaee Seek Bee Control Cntrol of ofAngeles
1 100 < Angeles Pralt Irt Buatneaa BuatneaaLoa Duln ItuMnesuLos
Loa 11 ANOEMta ANoELat April Apl 16 1eWar War between betweenAmerican btwen btwenAmrio betweenAmerican
American Amrio produce men mn and Japanese Japaneseand
and Chinese Chlne fruit frlt and vegetable vegetble growers growersla < oers oerslion
la lion I on in this city dty The Orientals Orientl have havecalled hve hvecled havecalled
called cled a meeting metng for lo tonight tonght at at which whichthey whoh whohthey whichthey
they expect to complete omplet an organ orgartlon orgartlonby orgazaation orgazaationby tat ion ionby
by which whoh epo they will control cntrol the deciduous deciduousfruit iecduo deciduousfruit
fruit frlt and vegetable votbl market marketThe mkt marketsThe
The Th Orientals Orientl plan to t get all the t Chinese Chineseand Chin
and Japanese Jap growers owcre together tgether Into Int a aselling aselling
selling slng organisation oanlzton In which case c they theywill theywl theywill
will ket wl practically pracicaly control the produce produc mar market market market ¬ i
ketThe The berry bry market baa ba been b4 taken tkeD away
from whites whltt by the Japanese Japane undersellingthem undelng undelngthem underselling
them themnobert thornRobert
themRbrt
Robert Rbrt T Lincoln ID lo In MaoVeagha Maeathl Place PlaceCHICAGO PIceOIJCAOO PlaceCiIICAGO
CHICAGO OIJCAOO April Aprl 10 11Rbr 16Robert Robert T Lincoln Lincolnwaa 1lnoolnWI I
was WI chosen ohon chairman chairan of the board bor of ofdirectors ofdirector ofdIrectors
directors of the Commercial
director Cmmercial National NationalBank NatQnl NatQnlBnk NatiqnalBank I
Bank Bnk tdat today FAme MaoVeaah McVoShu McVoShumade wasmade was Waimade
made a member mem er of the board bord of directors directorsBoth dirotr directorsBoth
Both vacancies vacnce were wer caused ouad by the resig rlsnaton resignation resignation ¬
nation naton of Franklin JkJn MaoVeagh MaoVeaghAnother MaoVeaghAnother MeoVeaghAnother
Another Graft cue AcquIttal AoqnlttalBAM AenUa AenUa8AH
BAM FRANCISCO April Apri 18 18Attmy 18AttmyA 18Attorney 18AttorneyA Attorney AttorneyA
A 8 Newburgb NnbiD accused of attempting attmptIng
to t 0 bribe brbe a juror aca In the Ruef case Ole was wasfound wufoud wasfound
found foud not guilty alt late lat this thll afternoon atroon
This Is I the te eighth acquittal acuIttl In the graft graftand aat aatLe graftsad
and Le aaaocUtod Uoot 0 cuss ca a
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REMARKABLK NEW NE TORPEDO TOIIPEDOWilliams TORPEDOllms TORPEDOWilliams
Williams llms Turbine TrbIne Said Sad to Have Many ManyFeature May MayFealore ManyFeatures
Feature Fealore or Excellence ExcellenceNEWPORT EeeUe ExcellenceNEWPORT
NEWPORT April Apri H 1Te IqTho The Navy De Department DE Dopartment ¬
partment prment It ia 1 Bald ld hero her has h In I the te new newtorpedo newtopo newtorpedo
torpedo topo invented Invent by Harry Har D Williams Williamsof WI1
of the bureau bureu of ordnance orac a remarkable remarkableengine rkable rkableengine remarkableengine
engine of war wa This T1 torpedo topo la I now being beingmanufactured bing beingmanufactured I ImaDufactur
manufactured maDufactur at the Government Ooemment factory factoryat facor
at the naval nava torpedo station tton here hr and andgreat ad andgreat I
trpo la maintained regarding regardingits
great gt secrecy aeoy I mitine rgrdlnl
its It details detailsThe detls detailsThe
The Williams Wliams torpedo torpo la i of the turbine turblnatype tubIn turbinetype
type ty and ad la l accredited aolt with wtb a speed ep oC oCmore ormore ofmore
more than forty knots knot andan effective effectiverange errectve errectverange effectiverange
range of 6000 60 yards yar while vhle the cost Ct will willbe wl willbe
be b much lees les than thn that tht of the types tp now nowIn nowIn nowIn
In use useThe ue ueThe useThe
The William WUlm torpedo torpo will wi also alo carry carrya c
a greater geter explosive eapl ive charge chr and ad its lI accur accuracy acr acrac acouracy ¬
acy ac is said ld to b > remarkable rmable Tests Testaare Test
are to be b u undo ade In I Narragansett Naaptt Bay dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the Bummer under the direction diotlon of ofLieutenantCommander ofLIeutenntCmmander ofLieutenantCommander
LieutenantCommander LIeutenntCmmander Mark lrk L Bristol BristolU Britol BritolUSN BristolUS
U USN USNThe US S N NThe NThe
The William Wiiams torpedoes trpd0 will wl be con controlled cn cnIrole controlled ¬
trolled Irole by th the United Unit States StatesOfficials Stts SttsOfolala StatesOffioial
navdl ordnance bureau de decline dochine
Officials Ofolala of the ornance bureu de deolne ¬
cline olne to discuss di U the turbine trbine torpedo trpo It I is isknown isknown isknown
known however that the torpedo is I not notan notan notan
tcrpo
an entirely entrely new no Invention Inventon but Is a modifi modification mal modiflcation ¬
cation caton of existing exlatng types typ of torpedo torpedoThe toreo toreoTbe
is the introduction introductionof
The principal prnolpa change te Introuction Introuctionof
of the turbine trbine method meho of propulsion propulsionWl propulloD propulloDWV
WV ON WALL < LI STREET STREETChlnrie STREETChllfe STREETChinese
Chinese Chllfe MInister lnlter Sees Sef the te Exchange Exchace and anda nd ndle
a Fake le Panic PanicWu Paoo PaooWu PanicVu
Wu Tingfang Chinese Chinee Minister to the theUnited theUnite theUnited
United Unite States State visited vlllie the Stock Exchange Exchangeyesterday Exohangeyeteray Exchangeyesterday
yesterday yeteray and managed maage to t get away with without without without ¬
out repeating his observation obsration that he hepreferred heprfer hepreferred
preferred prfer a 1 game where wher you can watch watchthe watchthe watchthe
the dealer dealerMr dealerMr dealerMr
Mr Wu was wa piloted plote around arund by a mem member member member ¬
ber who showed showe him among other things thingsa tbng8 tbng8a
a nice little lttle floor foor panic panc acted ate out for the thevisitors thevlsitors thevisitors
visitors benefit beneft by Idle brokers brkr It I was waaquite wa waquie wasquito
little while wl le before Mr Wu
quite quie a 0 ltto got gotonto gotonto gotOnto
onto the fact that It was wa only make be believe beleve believe ¬
lieve leve after ater all al Mr Wu also alio looked looke over overthe overthe overthe
the curb market and ad the SubTreasury SubTreasuryHe SubTraury SubTrauryHo
cheered wherever the brokers brokersrecognized brokersrecognized
He was WW ohor wherver brker brkerrgnl7
recognized him himMEXICAN himMEXItl himMEXIC4N
MEXICAN MEXItl AMBASSADORSHIP AMBASSADORSHIPOffered ABtSSA IORSUIP IORSUIPBUrred ORJHIP ORJHIPef
Offered ef to Editor Etr Scott Sot of the Portland PortlandOresjonlan Portlad PortladOreKonlanUay PortlandOregonlan31
Oresjonlan OreKonlanUay May ay Accept AcceptOMAHA Accpt AccptOtIRA AcceptOMaHa
OMAHA OtIRA April Apri 18 16H H J Scott Sct of Port Portland Por Portland ¬
lad land editor eitor of the Oregonian pe passedthrough passed passedthrough
through thrugh Omaha Omho tonight tnight for New York Yorkand Yorkad Yorkand
and ad Washington W8hlngton He said saidThe saidThe ld ldThe
The Ambassadorship Ambdo8hp to Mexico lllo has hasnot h hasnot
not been bn formally foraly offered ofer to me but butPresident butPrldent butPresident
Prldent President Taft Taf has h notified notie me that tht I Icould Iculd Icould
could culd have it If I wanted wate it I have hve not notyet notyet notyet
yet made mae up my mind mid to reject rjet the place placeand plac placand placeand
and will wi talk tlk it over with the President PresidentCANADIAN Prident PridentCA PresidentCANIDI4N
CANADIAN CA ADUN NAVAL N4V AL CONFERENCE CONFERENCEMlnlttera CO CONFERENCEMinIsters ERENCE ERENCElUnlsten
MinIsters lUnlsten of Marine llrlno and ad Mllltla MIUa doing to toI tC toLondon
I Jnoo London nOon for Advice AdviceOTTAWA Adt AdtOnAwA AdvIceOrrawa
OTTAWA Ont April Apri ifl UIir Sir Wilfrid WilfridLauriermade WUfrldLurier WilfrldLauiier
Lauriermade Lurier Lauiier maea aTitatemeilt tti it t la the tl House Housoof Hou
of Commons Common today that tt at the close 010 of ofthis ofti ofthis
this ti session Ilon the Minister Miniter of Marine Me and andthe andthe andthe
the Minister Mlnletr of Militia Miti would proceed prcee to toGreat t toGreat
Great Orl Britain BritainThere Britin BritinTber BritainThere
There Tber he said id they will 11 confer with withthe withthe withthe
the Admiralty Admirlty as a to the beat bEt men means of ofgiving ofgiving ofgiving
giving effect elet to t the resolution rolution passed pe re regarding re regarding regarding ¬
garding the participation prticiption of Canada in inthe I inthe
the naval defence of the empire empireCOSTER emplroCOSTER empireCOSTER
COSTER INSURANCE GIVEN UP UPWidow UPIdo UPWidow
Widow Ido to Turn It I Over to Trustee Tstee With WithIlls 111thliii 1b 1bIls
Ills Ils Summer Home HomeWhen lome lomeV homeWhen
When V en the CosterKnapp CstrKnapp proceedings proceedingsin prolng prolngIn
in bankruptcy bnkrptcy were wer taken up again againbefore agm agmbofore againbefore
before Referee Peter B Olney In his office officeat ofc ofcII
at II AS William Wliam street yesterday the trustee trusteeWilliam tr8te trusteeWilliam
William Wilam A De Long Lng through his lawyer lawyerHarIan lawyerHarlan wyer wyerHarlan
Harlan F Stone obtained obtaine from the referee refereetwo rfere
two orders order one confirming confrming an agreement agreementmade 81eement 81eementmade agreementmade
made between the referee refer and the widow widowof
of Mr Ir Coster who committed suicide suicidey
hy > y which the summer slmmer home at Southamp Southampton Southmp Southmpton ¬
ton L I I placed place at 113 13000 and some
52000 520 life lfe insurance are turned turne over to tothe tothe tothe
the trustee and the second permitting permittingtho permitng permitngthe
the trustee truste to dispose ditpse of a number numbr of ofsmall ofsmal ofsmall
small smal blocks of stock stockThe Itock ItockTho stockThe
The hearing hering then was wal adjourned adjourne until Inl
3 oclock on the afternoon aternoon of April Apri 28 28TREES 28TREF 25TREES
TREES TREF RACK ON Il BROADWAY BROADWAYInterboroiiRh BRODJU BRODJUIntrboroulh DRO4 nwtv nwtvInterborough
InterboroiiRh Intrboroulh Agrees A1r a to Plant Plat New Nf Ones OnesIn Onft
In Place of Those Tose Destroyed DestroyedAn Dftroed DftroedAn
An agreement was WIS reached yesterday yesterday3y yeterdayby
by 3y the thf Public Publc Service Serice Commission the thePark thePark timePark
Park Department and the Interborough Interboroughcompany Interboroughcompany lnterborouighcompany
company which will wi give Broadway be berween beten between
rween ten Sixtieth Sixteth and 122d streets street now n trees treesn tre
in n place plac of those thoe removed remove in the digging diggingof
of the subway subwayUnder 8ubay 8ubayUnder subwayUnder
Under the contract cntrac between beten the city cityand cty ctyand cityand
and John B McDonald MoDonolr the te builder buider of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the subway he was wa to t restore retore the surface surfaceof eurao
of o the thoroughfare toroughfare to t the te condition ondlton In Inwhich Inwhl inwhich
which whl he found It but there has ha been ben a aong along
long ong delay dely The cost COt of the planting plantig will willbo w1 willbe
bo about aout 1270 2700 and and will w I ill be borne by y the thecompany theompy thecompany
company companyLIEUTENANT ompy ompyLl companyLIEUTENANT
LIEUTENANT Ll UENAN WANTS WORK WORKMan WORKlien
Man Carrying Carln the Sign Has nai Discharge DUcharcePapers DischargePapers ISfhr5e ISfhr5ePPfr
Papers PPfr Prom Pom Italian In Service HervlorA SfIf SfIfA
A young man who said sid he was wa Aristide AristideDe Artlde ArtldeDe
De Paolo aolo wore a big placard plrd on which whlohhe
he 10 had ha rudely printed prnte the words wor I want wantwork wantwork wantwork
work when he walked walke into the Municipal MunicipalUodging MuniolpalLgng MunicipalLodging
Lodging Lgng House last Ilt night and asked ake for fora
a place plc to sleep He gave gavehis his age as a 28 28years 28ye8 26years
years and ad sold d he had boen In this country countrythree oountrytbre countrythree
three tbre years ye and a in this thl city two months monthsHe
He formerly torery was a telegraph operator operatorIn oprtor oprtorIn
In the Italian Italan army ary he said with the therank therank therank
rank of Third Lleutenent and he showed Ihowe showedhi I
hi s discharge decharge papers pp to t prove It He said Iald Ialdtha saidthat enldthat
that t he had ha worn wor the sign all al day in the thestreets thestre thestreets I
streets stre but no one had offered ofere him a job jobMEMBERS jobE1BERS jobIIEUDERS I
I
MEMBERS E1BERS OF SUICIDE SllCIDE CLUB CLUBIVelrd CLURWeird
WeIrd Story 8101 Current Crrlnt In liverpool Uvrpool About AboutDouble Abolt AboltUonble AboutIoible
Double Tragedy Tr fdY on the Iacanla IacanlaSptcial lenl lenl1col luesniaSpclat
Sptcial 1col CaN Ca PupateS Dllacl la Till T SUN SUNLiVHnpooii SUI Sunlj2VSflpOOb
LiVHnpooii IJHBPOOL April Apri 10 10The Tho suicide ulclde of ofHargnret orMargrt ofMargaret
Margaret Margrt Clarke and Id Helen Jelon Miller lller tho thoiwo thetwo
two iwo young American Americ women who shot shothonwelves shottherolvel shotthemselves
themselves therolvel on board boar the Lucania Jtonlo on her herrip hertrip
rip tip from New York are ae now stated to tolave tobave tohave
bave have lave been not merely the result rellt of a death deathcompact deathcmpaot deathcompact
compact cmpaot but of drawing dr In Iota Iot In I an Ameri American Americ Amencan ¬
can c suicide club cub of which certain crtln women womenare womena womenare
are a members membersA membl
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the revolvers olven used uled In believed bleved to be b the thesymbol theabl thesymbol
symbol abl of thin thL society soiety Both the women womenihe womfn womfnthe womenthe
the story atr goes IOI left New York determined determineda detnind detnindt
t to a obey CbY the rule rle of their organization organizationdemanwijg orllnlzton orllnlztondeatl organizationdemanMag
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RECEIVER REGR CALLS MCARREN MGARRM MGARRMWIL 1CARBENW1LL45K11131fTOJEXPLAIN J JAN 4H
WIL W1LL45K11131fTOJEXPLAIN ASBB1OJEXLAIN AN ANiSNTfIS ANJNYIS
iSNTfIS rs STOPPANI ACCOUNT ACCOUNTIt ACCOUNT18oW ACCOUNTItS2iowi
A
It 18oW ItS2iowi Show About Abut 194ooo 1240 Owing Ownl t tothe totheFirms < tha thaFirm
Firm Fr Which ch Just ana Went Under UdtIBU Underflth UnderflthPartners Bath BathPartners
Partners paer and ade Their Wives Wvel Summoned SummonedHughes Somo SmmmmoeedHughes ii j jHU5bH
Hughes Committee CommItee to Investigate InvestigatePatrick JnnsUcte JnnsUctePatrlok InvestigatePatrick
tii tiithe
Patrick H McCarren Mcrn was brought brught into intothe Int Intothe
the Ennfa Ennl A Stoppani Sppl failure yesterday yesterdaywhen yetr1 5 5when
when Lindsay Lindy Russell Rue receiver rIver for the thafirm te tefr thefirm
firm fr got from frm Judge Judg Holt Htt of the te United UnitedStates Unft UnitedStates 1 1Stt
States Stt District Dlo Court Cour an a order orer directing directingthat dlrecnl d dtt
that tt a subpoena subpna be issued 1e for the Senate Senatecalling Sen Senatorcalling
calling olg for his hl appearance appo in a hearing hearingon her i ion fi fion
on the te firms frs affairs aaI8 before beore United Unit States StatesCommissioner Stt Stat StatCommissioner
Commissioner Commlloner Alexander Alexnder next Tuesdays TuesdaysIt Ted 1 1I
It I Ia I said eld that tt Senator Senatr MoCarren Mcaren has h beeq beeqInterested be beoqinterested f fItrt
Interested Itrt in Account Acut 330 3 which has haabeen h hasbeen
been ben running rnIng for about four years yer and andnow a ant antnow f fnow
now shows has a debit of about 11240 124000 124000Tho 124000Tho
Tho Tf Senator Sentr had ha another unfortunate unfortunateexperience uorunt unfortunatexperience
experience exprIenc with wIt a Consolidated CtoUdat Stock StoehlExchange Bt StockExchange
Exchange Exchnge house some years yr ago alo when whenG wh whO whena
G Edward Ewar Graft Gr ft Co failed faie in May 1001 1001This l0 1O0This
This Thi fr firm had h been ben acting actng for a number numberof
of Brooklyn Bro ky politicians pUtca and Senator SenatorMcCarren Stt SenatorMcCarren
McCarren Mcaren was wa one of those reported repr to tohave t tehave
have hve been ben losers lery losoraby by thefailure thefailureIt dfalure defai1ureIt i iIt
It ia said eId that tt in addition adition to Account Acunf
330 3 there are ore about thirtyfive thryfve other otherblind otet otbetblind
blind bUne accounts accunt on the te firms frs books In Invoving involving
voving hundreds hundres of thousands thousnds of dollajrg dollajrgAt dol1 dol1At dollaAt
At the some e time tme that tht Mr Russell Ruse got gotthe go go gothe
the court cur order orer citing oltng Mr McCarrenH McCarrenHappearance McCorren McCorrenappernc McCarrengappearance
appearance appernc two others other were granted Jrnt to tohim t tohim
him also alsoOne allo alloOne alsoOne
One of these thee calls call for the appearance appearanceas opparno t
as witnesses witee next Tuesday of Ennia EnniaStoppani Eni EnnigStoppumni
Stoppani Stppnl Elizabeth El7beth Ennis the senior seniormembers seniormembers seniormembers
members mother Evelyn Stoppani the thajunior th thjunior thejunior
junior partners parters wife Florence Riley Riey and andMrs andMrs f
Mrs E A Riley Riey Enniss Ennis sisterinlaw siterInJw and andmotherinlaw ao andmotherinlaw
motherinlaw motberilw Charles Chrle Noble Foster FosterRobert Fotr FosterRobert j
Robert Rber MoMichael MoMiohel a confidential confdential clerk clerkTread clerl olerlqTreadwell
Tread Tredwel Treadwell well Cleveland Clevelnd who has ha been ben coun counsel con oouneel ¬
eel selfor for the firm fr for about four years YO8 and andis ad adis
is now its il assignee 8lgno FrankW FrnkW Graves OmvE and andCharles andChle andCharles
Charles Chle K Stewart Star of F W V Graves Orve GravesCo A ACo
Co C New York Stock Stk Exchange members membersWilliam member memberWilliam
William Wiim C Lane Lne and Walter Waltr J Barrows Barrowspresident Brws Brwspr Barrowpresident
ldent and of the StandarcSafeS
president pr secretary seretr Standard StandardSafe Slndr
Safe Sfe Deposit Depit Company Cmpy Frederick Freerick D DHolder DHolder DHolder
Holder William Wiim B Anderson Anderon and Lemuel LemuelV Lmue
V Holder Jolder of the firm fr of Schumacher Shumcher ShumcherCo < b bCo bCo
Co also members of the big board boardGeorge brd boardGeorge
George Oerge W Adams cashier calhler of the National NationalReserve Nation t tReserve
Reserve Rere Bank Bnk and Joseph H Stoppani StoppD 1 1and r r rand
and Walter Waltr B Hotohkin Hothin partners prter in the theConsolidated theCn80ldat theConsoildated
Consolidated Cn80ldat firm fr of Stoppani Stppl and Hotoh Hotohkin Hoth Hothkn Hotchkin ¬
kin kn Joseph H Stoppani Btppl is 1 a brother of ofCharles o ofCharles
Charles Cbrle F FOther FOther FOther
Other witnesses witee including Includig at least let one onamore onemo onemore
more mo Stock Stk Exchange Exohngefrm firm will wi also prob probably prob probably ¬
ably be b called calledThe cle calledThe
The Te other order orer was Wa issued isue against againstthe agin
the t Riley Rle the Standard Stdar Safe Se Deposit Depositand Depit Depositodtora i i6tI
and odtora StoraiM 6tI Spmpany I the teCrn thoCoru Corn Excjia ExcjiaBonk E Excmngs4 Excmngs4Bank
Bonk Bk and the Peoples Peplf Trust Tst Com ComIt Cmpy CmpyIt Compady CompadyIt
It requires ruir them tem to t show cause cuse by b April Apr
19 why they the should not be restrained rtie from fromtransferring frm frmtrnferig fromtransferring
transferring trnferig or Interfering itrering with the theset as assets assets ¬
sets set hi I any ay way until uti the receiver reiver h has hashad hasbad
had hd a chance chno to t examine exmie them themContinued themContinued 1 1Contnue
Continued Contnue investigation Invetgation shows howl that tht the theassets theassets Y Y8e
assets 8e are or slightly slghty better beter It is I thought thoughtthat thught thughtthat
that they may even eVe reach rch the nominal nominalfigure nomIn nominalfigure
figure fgur of 1400 400000 set se forth torh In the petition petitionin ptton pttonin
in bankruptcy baklptc Among Aong other assets 81et it is isfound I i ifound
found that Ennis Enis has hl a 0 house houe at Allen Allenhurst AUenhUlt Allenhurst
hurst hUlt N J some racehorses rchore and ad some somoautomobiles lomo lomoautomoble someautomobiles
automobiles automobilesMr automoble
Mr Russell RU8eU made mae the announcement announcementyesterday anoucet anoucetyeteray announcementyesterday
yesterday yeteray that every ever creditors orlto8 claim cai will willremain wi willremain
remain in state and that no
stt quo ad that ones onesrights oner onegrights
rights right will wi be prejudiced prjudlcA by sitting lttlg back backand bk bkand backand
and waiting waitng Mr Russell Ruel has received receivedso rive
so many letters lettel on this subject subjet from frl cred creditors c crociitors ¬
itors Itor that it has h been ben a physical phylcallmplo phylcallmplobity impossi impossibility impossibiiity ¬
bility bity for him to answer atwer them themThe themTbe themThe
The creditors creitor meeting moing next Thursday Thursdaywill Thutay J Jwi
will wi be held in the offices ofce of Suffern Sulem Son Sonof Sonof So Soof
of 165 Broadway Braway the accountants accuntat going goingover ging gingover goingover
over the books It was originally orginly planned plannedto plane
to hold the meeting at Ennis Enni Sc StoppanlsJ StoppanlsJbut Stoppl Stopplbut
but so many creditors crelto1 want wlnt in that U Uwas I IWW 1wits
was WW soon found those thoe quarters quarer wore wer going goingto goln
to be far too to small smallThe smallThe mal >
The commission cmml8lon appointed appointe by GOT GOTHughes OO GoyHughes
Hughes Hught to investigate InvMtgato Wall Wal Street Stret will willhold w willhold
hold a meeting today at which Homo Homoconsideration someconsideration omecnliderton
consideration cnliderton will w1 be given Ilven to the Ennis EnnisA En EnafiStoppani
A Stoppani failure faiure It Is unlikely unlkely how however how however ¬
ever that any ay independent investigation investigationwill Inv tgtioI
will w1 be made as W the commission cmm lonba has hasalready bagalready
already announced announce its intention Intenton of putting puttingits puttlo
its report repor into final fnal shape without calling callingany calm
any more wltne8e wltne8eIELD witnesseshELl witnesses witnessesHELD
HELD IELD FOR ROBBING G W ELKINS ELKINSFormer ELKINSF01mfr ELKINFormer
Former F01mfr Valet Vallt of Philadelphia PladelphIa Tracrloft TracrloftMan Tat r rMan t tMa
Man Ma Nabbed Nbb In This Ths Town TownHenry Tow TowHenr TownHenry
Henry Henr Crockett Cokett an Englishman Engl hman with withpronounced wit withpronounced
pronounced pronounce accent acent was WR arrested Rlte at th thGrand ti the theGrand
Grand Central Cntal Station Stton last lat night on oncharge onoharge oncharge
charge of being a 0 fugitive fugitve from justlot justlotIn jut justioIn
In Philadelphia PhiaelphIa Crockett Crokett was valet vaet to toGeorge t soGeorge
George W Elkins Elklt the Philadelphia Phlaelphia tree traction tra treetion ¬
tion magnate and is wanted wante there ther to sjesj sjesjif I es esit
tOD if he magate can tell where several leverl thousand thousanddollars thousn thousanddollars
dollars dolar worth worh of Mr Elkinss Elkn Jewelr jewelry is isHo I IHe isHe
He said lald last night nght that he couldnt coul nt oblige obligeand oblp oblpand obUgaand
and he was wa indignant that he should ehouldIke b basked OS OSasked
asked about the matter matterFor matterFor matterFor
Ike For several weeks the Plnkertona Plnkeron who whowere wowere whowere
were called cale in by Mr Elkins Elin have have been beentrolling b betrailing
trolling tralng Crockett Crokott and they learned lere that thathe tha thuhe
he had ha reached reohe Buffalo Bulalo from frm Canada Canadaand Canda Canadaand i iand
and would arrive here her yesterday yeterdy When Whenthe We Whenthe
the 003 00 train trn came in yesterday yetery morn momInll morntog ¬
tog Inll two Pinkerton Pnkeron men were on hand handThey han bandThey
They Th y followed folowe him about town all a day dayand dy dyand clayand
and according aoordlng to their ther story etr Crocket Crocketvisited Croke Croclcoftvisited
visited visite pretty nearly every hotel 10tel In the theTenderloin theTlnderloln theTenderloin
Tenderloin TenderloinToward Tlnderloln TlnderlolnToar TenderloinToward
Toward Toar evening ev lng Crockett Crket went back backto hac
to t the depot took tk possession pO8lon of a black blackhandbag b1k blackhandbag
handbag and bought a 0 ticket tcket when the thetwo te tetwo thetwo
hndba two detectives dottve stepped lltppo up and asked askedhim uke askedhim
him to have a drink Ho 10 consented cOfentA at atonc atonce atonce
once and wan WI taken tken to t 300 3 Mulberry Mulberryetroot Mulberr Mulberrystreet
street trt Behind the bar there th re wan Wi LiMit LieutFunston Liet LiMitFunaton
Funston Crockett was WI genial genil until unti ques questioned qu qusetinned ¬
tinned about Mr Elkinss Elklnfs jewelry jeAlr He Herefused Heruse Herefused
tone refused to say anything about it and andWOH an andfllrnished
ruse
WOH locked up upOn upOn
On information inforaton furnished flrlshA by thn thlPhla thlPhladlphl thsPhiio thsPhiiodemlphia Phila Philadelphia ¬
delphia police the detectives dototvf then visited visitedthe vlllt visitedtiut
polo
the th house hOUl1 of Mrs Mn Frederick Bwnok lno k at atHO atf atRe
HO Riker street Woodslde Woaide L I I Ifound They Theyfound Tteyfound
found f a black leather lether trunk trnk there which whichhad whloh whiolihad
had been shipped hlppA from f rom Philadelphia PhiladelphiaIn Phiadelphi
h In the trunk were wer a numbor of gold pod and andsilver andsliver
silver trinkets trinket and Home Am8 clothing cothlnl The Thatrinkets Te Tetrlnkotl Thetrinkets I
trinkets trlnkotl 1ver boro Mrs MT Klklnsn J initials Inita and andwere a andwere
were worth about 2000 2 0 000 in all allCrockett al allCrockett
wer Crockett will wU bo hold for ox tradition oxtraltoD oxtraltoDt extraditionto traditionto
to t Philadelphia Philadelphiannrllnnton Phloolphla PhloolphlaDtrln PimlladolphiaBurlington
Burlington Dtrln ton to Give Gve Missouri Is nr 9 14 1 CeBt CeBtnate e eRate Ce Ceflatc
Rate RateS flatcSr
81 S JosKru Mo ro April Apri 18 tlThe 16The Tho Bus Busllngton BII Buslington
llngton lngton Railway Raiway It wan W8 announced nnounOd to today t today ¬
day will make a 1 cent passenger palsenger rat rotaIn rt ratIn
In day Missouri Mllurl wi probably effective nlotve May IayTe X XThe IThe
Te The action acton of the Burlington BlllngtoD company companyla oompay oompayI
la taken independently r
I ten Indepndently IndepndentlyI
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