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milled IIrd Unrslarllotnyi Burlar l1oln Ilotni or Mnrton Mnrtonit nnri n nf
it t7 f e Hrspittls < 1 In n THE TH THI SVN SVNI t tt
I oMOS o IOS April prill7 17 Every political party pnrtjIP
IP I urfit lr1tHrttl Vritiin n is t suffering < more or orfr less lessfn ItSefro
fn r acute internal troubles but none nonrf nonerp <
rr rf r ho c than tin Labor party which whiclviucil whichlu whichiied
viucil lu < 1 three yoard eard ago to have une an oppor opporiiniy opporInay opporiimIy
iiniy of uniting unitln to fohn at no very verjtlttir verythte ery eryrhM
tlttir t dale the most powerful political politicalfi
fi f tir in the country countr Today To day its it vari various vnriOI van vanC ¬
ous OI C i anipb tupsnrenttackingonoanotherwlth tupsnrenttackingonoanotherwlthl lire attacking one another with withtiii wltbnerceneM
tiii l iiiimst fierceness whenever time can carIT canto cant
IT t rf rand iied from civil war within the camps campsIt campstrn
trn t t5tvPs t5tvPsrh
It > n Independent Labor lab < r party which whiotE whicheIlIUe4
eIlIUe4 E > MifUP IIUl to be the only true representa representstif
tif tv uf r labor in Parliament wrangled in inill inItij inpiti
piti ill Itij ir at II t its great Easier Fallt r conference < in irEdinburgh inVhllhtlrgh indLrburgh
Edinburgh The revolt against the lead leadrrf leader
rrf er < wis i Iteuded Il < lIded by a l callow young Social Socialut
ut Alticrt Victor Urayson M P who whcimme who11e whotIfllS
imme 11e time ago a o lumped Keir Handle and andthe andhl andth
the th hl old lrI gang with the Liberal Govern Government Governn1t GovernniIit ¬
ment an traitors to the cause of labor laboisrl laoorMil laborjnce
Mil since has refused to speak from the theKinie the11m theplatforms
Kinie platforms with them themThf themThe themTh
The Th National Administrative Council Counciliji
iji iI I ic II report to the conference excommu exooromuniuit excommurlI excommuflatl
niuit rlI flatl ltPd d irayson The conference re referred rekrrer rofcrrcd ¬
ferred the cxcommunicatory message messageVarU meSlgelack messageck
lack ck Hardie James Macdonald and ftudPbillp andPbillp andPhilli
Pbillp Snowden all M Paand Ps arid one alas Glassier OlssIer alasejer ¬
sier Ier Who ho formed the inner ring of the theIndependent theIndpPfndent thelnc1pendent
Independent Labor party known as the theNational theUlODII thetiona
National tiona I Administrative tive Council there thereupon therupnl1 thereupcm ¬
upon resigned The meeting wobbled wobblednr
Inri nr nI passed pJt ed a rote ote of confidence in them themlaving themhaving
laving 11 n secured that the quartet reas reaspnel reasprtf1 reasCrtfl
pnel their resignation Perhaps they theyare
are willing willin to look on for a while for forwith forith forwith
with ith a general election not far off o the theIndependent theIndlln theIndepndent
Independent Indlln < lent Labor party has not a penny pennyin pf > nny nnyin
in us coffers and there Is no way of re renorsing raing reimmediately
norsing ing immediately the decision of the thoclims thlClIrttl theiurte
clims iurte that trade union funds are not notIcRally notIally notlegally
legally available for the support of mew members lOemIp mewier ¬
bers Ip of Parliament ParliamentTh
Th conference ended with four fourpventbs fourentbs fourvenths
pventbs of its council resigned and its itsmembers itsmplUlfTII itsmembers
members disintegrated by the bitterest bitterestjorriona1 bitterest1l1oT1a1 bitterestenmities
jorriona1 enmities enmitiesiule
bile bil this was going on in Edinburgh Edinburghiji
iji ljJe Social Democrats mot in congress congressin
in Bristol and denounced the th Independent IndependentI hHlpl > < Ondpl1t Ondpl1tI
I bor or party as a a cletwUtble clet > MtablO bourgeois bourgeoisauci5 Uourg oi8 oi8U
< auci5 < U < < I1 a nieie m le appendage > of the > radical radicalIarty rndielarlv > 1 1lar
Iarty lar arlv and n 1 subservient section in u ma majruy maHit marity
Hit jruy govornroent otornmtnt that had failed igno ignopimlously ignociniously
pimlously 1 to keep k < p a single inie promise that thatIt
It had mad to thn I hA denuKracy denuKracyHoth L1l11oracIolh demoeraovtoth
Hoth of the theieparties parties regard tp Fabian Kabianpm Fabian1numdmnkl
m a rcnuntrbanlis 1numdmnkl and tomfool and all allrepudiate allr allreplirilato
repudiate r the Ih claim of th > Libeials and andI lnr lnrllbeoritfs
I ibontos f t represent in any an way < ay the thedi
di 1 Pl 1 cajo caI < of 6ocidl liodllin n and labor laborins 11011HS labrTIt
ins TIt TH POOR nrrniAn nrrniAnTJior1 IWI BTtIAa1jier rllA rllAlltr
TJior1 wat a dramatic littl in inddnt inddntit id nt ntIr
Ir it I i < > torr Lw1 > n bu n > ipl ipie of r da lays ap 81 81hl1 > A Arkipi Arkfl
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th41 h t iMsa IItl al 1 of rLa1 e it I intaml I jewelrv jewelrvnj j < lr lrj
= nj j i rhr > th hr r aliiSl < > 4 < I t tb I over PI 12000 12000h 2900h fI fIh
h trvU 10 li hr ° r lin Ii Ill I a 1 nil II > t > f ft fJtllJlll fJtllJlllj
j J
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t b por Dh = are 1Jr lio iiiw < antioiy searching searchingf
f r i < > n r 1 chee hosi > otniiinn NI1I 1I f t > roin OTI0 for fori fornar
i nar ai i is i e plained hi lh h fuel > tll that the thelrv theIf
> lrv If WHB tll nnii9ilint rn11dl1tly ly rei ncni ed by byth
th h p o t I Ill t Ito jirof ro18 rocils ils of J i 1 r > tnt tntrgflr lit litrglorv ntr
rglorv r rgflr 1r fh h IneluiRS nl I tli butgliir butgliirlion
lion h > l1 l Io > got t honi b mid a nl oplIilllt < ip pelin iiiti g lii ii i > pir pu r l lI It
I rJ jri it to t contain only soap may m01jif lila b bi be bevtt <
i if ft i i tit imagination imaginationim
im t a ncn iNiKnriiNJK5 iNiKnriiNJK5ir
ir r ftcofge orge K kewich has ilrwnn up upJ a ahill aIm
hill Im iMi < J an interconmiuninp not I < t for forlrrpiitioj forI11illnJ forrpiattom
lrrpiitioj I11illnJ to the House HlJ of I 0111111011 101l1111OnI t 0111111011It 1l1WtIt =
It I ana at the prevention of inculrnta inculrntan int llrnts llrntsar
n rilar ar to the th recent n > tenl inhibition of innnn innnnllonclpy lnnn nflhtfll1ni1ey lnnnll
llonclpy ll n I from attending a nonconfonnrbt nonconfonnrbtTM
< TM > at Birmingham Birmin halll Tho bill pn pnid prlJ proIrlet >
> id Irlet J fiat it sliall be lawful for any clergy clergyman der dermOl ¬
man mOl nf thi th h Church of England to preach preachrr
rr minister mill tr in any building or chapel of ofit
it I UV v ether lth r Christian Chr tian denomination with withtrv withho
trv ho h > a fiUt > t > eut of the minister or owners ownersthereof ownershrpof ownersttreof
thereof Similarly the bill provides that thati
i if i rliall b Un legal I al for a minister of any anyhrJEtian auyt
< hrJEtian denomination to preach in the thei
i hiirch of England En land edifices with the th assent assentrf
tf < rf the person in charge chargeTUB
TUB I HIND IN 1 > 1 THE iE BARROOM BARROOMfortnights BARR0011fortnights R4flROOMA
A fortnights operation of the childrens childrensart
0 art ft has done more than all the previous previousv
v var ar n of agitation to bring before the the1ijblii theIbhl thetithlit
1ijblii Ibhl eye the lit magnitude of one of the theP
P iK II it In i di dlHi nigiied > netl to combat namely namelytlie
tlie lit pre prslIc > nc of young children at all allhiuirs allhIfS allC
< hiuirs of the day and night in saloon saloontMr lIaloonhoH saloonOfle
tMr One of the most conspicuous fea featrirf featr teaTjrr
trirf of London life today is the th women womenlioatrertnm womenhoat womenU
U lioatrertnm hoat eertnjn rtnin hours particularly at night nightrung nighthau nighthang
rung hau about the doors of public hous houssI 8 8innkiiiR srulknlg
I < innkiiiR with children in their arms or orn orIn orIn
In > n p rainbulators pramhlllatorfhili ° rainbulatorsThis
This in s not seen 8N of courso at the West WestFT WestFJI Westrri
FT or r in the better residential quarters quartersbut
but it is universal in the other and far farnrater farItr farareater
nrater Itr ater portions of London where mis misIPVOUS m misIIevous II IIIeou
IPVOUS ingenuity has developed a new newtraiie newIn newAIIC
traiie AIIC m this connection Old women as asnihe asrJhl asrihio
< nihe at f the tll doors of the public houses housesanl housesR housesholl
anl R J hold habirs while the mothers drink drinkt drinkIWIo
1 t IWIo M lIP > Jhij Th l violation of public decency decencyhi
hi h already reached rei1clt d such n pitch that thatmi
mi A mitTv IIT for its prevention may be ex exi
i f 1 Srfl SrflI Kin Kinin nnI
in I OMUtS Of o TUB Tit ALPS ALraII
11 I ls 1 s ar claiming an annual toll tolltiirif tol1f
f tiirif un 01 > n a I steadily increasing scale scaleT
T < fI1JithoI olitii > s in the Tyrol alone in IBOS IBOST
T ifrp croI 11 im as a compared wilh r3 3 in
1 I In fitigatiun shows that in 57 57nit 57l > 7 7r
r 1 l > nit COt eb the ctims were ere unaccom unaccomt
I mo w o1ot r h < riides IJ flp and that to occurred occurredl
I l 1 r j > jc climbing Eery year shows showsa how howtl
tl I a 8r it h rat majority of accident are amt
t i i r r crowing preference for dan dani
i u 1 L rfii I en forIhtjrd climbing climbingI IimbingrIIr1P
I JI Z IJIIPF rIIr1PI > IJIIPFfIErEII < llref llreff
I f fIErEII 11 Tin IN INI nrvrn nrvrnirrifH tlrTftI
I irrifH rll friends heard y YPfterday YPfterdayf yosterdayfeeling bterdav bterdavr
r rT feeling f lljn1 the story of his hi burial burialI
I y n I n qtlPllion ii tion most generally a akerl akerlq ked kedf
f q whrrp w1rr r tn < n that occasion were Eng Engprrta EngI
I kr prrta p and II nri men of l letters ttorn With WithpMon WllhIlio Withr
r pMon of Swinburne f > relativon relativoni r ati atir
r i itiiriiiiit III tIl lIa t friend suuh iw < leorge leorgeIrih lcor icorger e
r Irih nnl WattsDunton there wa war Wart i ir I
r rt inj ngl I ivord lrd inpBsag or flower flowerUrilirh ftowelI
I Urilirh writpr The only onl ry ryi e eltfl j
i iirn if f ihit hl thnt m i FUggested I IPJtell i iI Ir is isttbiirne
I r intillrn nourn1 niuft wall for his hi cen cenTV i ih in ir
h
TV r urnsi 1 UN UNM OflJrrHlfJ OflJrrHlfJf oturr 1 JI JIonferen2
f M dbpr licr ronferon ycstarda ycstardalr
lr I > it Hnimate1 rlobnte regarding co coTI coCmlJillfr coCntbjnnr1
> TI Conibir > d departments were veri wereI en enJ
i V J rv > i bn nol flfl mK inId < vl hchooh hchoohff I
< > h ff > r fall to the Arnnrian system systemu systantiueb iflt ifltt
u v i nuoh Iu b oJ ijoted ltPfJ < hut whon hon it wa watraxl wo4rUz1 II IId
traxl d it that it Ill < h preiiden n of f an Atn tnrj tnrjo pn ri rii
0 i o card < < j education Ju < ntlon had recently recentlvlsn recentlyI recent Iv Ivt9n
lsn I n r rlu < i ijt m m by a London J < confidence confidenceKSrtK confldenr1
KSrtK w r1 r r lie fallai9B s of cocducation were
II I STORE YOUR FURS FURSTHKjyMMER FURSTHIS FURSTHISSUMMER
I THKjyMMER THKjyMMERWhere THIS THISSUMMERWhere SUMMER SUMMERI
I Where You Wont Wonave Have Ifaveto to toJO Worry Y About PEutJ Them ThemOur ThemOur em emI
I Our cold storage department located on prem premises premises premSC5 ¬
ises SC5 is i as a perfect as modern construction and andscience andscience
I science can make it t and we give you the thefullest thefullest thcfullest
fullest possible protection from fire theft and andmoth andmoth andmoth
moth at a low charge for the service serviceWe serviceVe eerviceWe
We specially invite ladies to inspect our storage plant plantA plantI
I A JAECKEL CO 384 Fifth Ave AveTelephone AveTelephone AveTclephono
Telephone 20 OH3Sth U 38th Near 36th Street I
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not difficult to see G Sharpless head headmaster headmaster headmaster
master of a Manchester mixed school schoolprotested scboolproteted schoolprotested
protested against the charge that the themixed themixed themixed
mixed system was wa immoral A final finalamendment flealamendment fInalaiuemidinent
amendment was carried by a large ma majority majority majonity ¬
jority to quit all condemnation of mixed mixedschools mixedscbool mixedschools
schools
XUBtllCCLOSla SHOW SHOWLondon SHOWLondon HOWLondon
London Is to havo a tuberculosis i1 ex exhibition exhihition oxluhition ¬
hibition on the same lines as a the one onerecently onerecently onerecently
recently held in Xew York Models odels of ofcrowded orcrowded ofcrowded
crowded London dwellings will ill be shown shownand IIhownand shownand
and the latest methods of curing and andpreventing nndpreventing nd ndpreventing
preventing the disease di ease John Burns Burnspresident Burnspresldent Burnspreticlent
president of the loral lo al government board boardhius boardhlli boardhai
hius promised to open the exhibition exhibitionwhich exhlhitionwblch exhibitionwhich
which will be given In Whitechapel WhitechapelLONDON VhitechapelLONIION
LONDON GOSSIP OO3SIPmovement Ci0911movement GOSSIPA
A movement is in progress at South Southampton Southampton Southampton ¬
ampton to establish a memorial to the thePilgrim thlPilgrim thePilgrim
Pilgrim Fathers who set et sail from there thereThe thoreThe thereThe
The Mayor will appeal to the English Englishspeaking Englitihpeaking Englishspeaking
speaking > people on both sides of the theAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic to join in promoting the memor memorial ¬
ial which will form another bond linking linkingthe
the peoples of Old and Now cw England EnglandThis EnglandThis EnglandThis
This week has been one of social stagna stagnation stsnation stagnation ¬
tion save for fashionable weddings It Iti
i believed that the reason will commence commencelater commencelater commencelater
later than usual The date for the May Maycourt Ma Macourt Iaycourt
court has not been definitely settled aa aathe aathe a athe
the return of the King and Queen Qu u i un uncertain unrllln uncertain ¬
certain rllln so society QCiel keep awa aW3i from fromtown fromtown fromtOW
town townMrs townIN tOW n
Mrs IN Lewi Harcourt ha gon to PaR Palnwhere PaRwhlre Paswhere
where Mr < Held wife of the American AmericanAmbassador Americanrnbt1 AmericanAmbassador
Ambassador rnbt1 < sador intends going next woe woeafter week woeliarter weekafter
after the christening of her daughters duightorshi dughtershly
hi hly hlyWItn by byWlifn IV IVWhen
When the season ta > on Harts it is expelled expelledthnt tx ztPd ztPdthRI
that it will b he very brilliant Ambassador Ambassadorand
and Mrs I Keid intend to give 3venl svertllarge 3venllarge erll erllIsre
large enlerl enterlainments intiients Mrs Anlhon AnlhonDreel AnIhonDrexel nlhonI
Drexel will give I P a 1 hall as a a housewarming houcpwarmingat
I at h her r now horn Madame Mackay Mackayand Iackayan1 lackayand
and Potter Palmer have alio al o planned plannedfeotivitie pImatdI pltnedfettvitie
feotivitie feotivitieThia fetlitieThis fettvitieThis
I This we weeks k > wpdding dding proved that the thetylc theIy thestyle
style Iy 1 < of wedding gifts irtl has ha changed changedHousehold changpdHOUI changedHotisehoid
Household HOUI < hnlri glfti ifl are ar no longer pnpuiv pnpuivGold popul niuI1eId
Gold eId 1 rimrett < c 1 i for I ho h < bride as a well wellj ell ellJas
Jas j a as th thp bidpprocTn bi l ro11 are ar mot m > > l i III loguo loguoThe VogliCcot lIgu lIguI
I The Th cot anything from MO 50 Omp up and in inth inIh inthe
th the i cll ae e of If th the woman are ar worn om on a neck neckchain nec necI neckchain <
chain chainrnrr chainrnrrur chainr1ur
I
rnrr rnrrur I ni nm f > 11 ItrlOR nnn RlI01T RlI01TI ri otr otrI
I Ominous Movements 1H of Parts rart Orptnln Orptnlntlon oraI1aI
I Lions IlnnK C IrrKs Form a Union 1nlonrtif Unionl nloni
i rtif rro i iJW hi lr frplf > > i ii r Twr Tfl sr srx srxNpnl r rlAnls s sPARIR
PARIR April 17 t A D DA new ° W clahs da 3 of em emtins Imployp Smplove
ployp > tins hrl b Itun gun an agitation toward towardibtaininc lo towardhtLmfltlg < anl anluhtaioil1l
ibtaininc tli IhA right to t form a trado union unionwill unioni unionaitl
i will < tin Ih t h nccoiipinyins pnvll riv liege g of off ofotrikin ofstriking
f striking otrikini lrikincTwu
i Twu 1 j employe w werp pr r dismissed lliorni5 d during duringthe llrin llrinI
the postal OStI1I strike from tao t of th thA leading leadingbanks lJadinghanks leadinghonks
I banks betauho 11fC ln they oollvtel II rsubrni rsubrniiious foubOlriplIms >
iious for the striking potal epiplnyeos epiplnyeosIbo <
1 Ibo 111 Ito Union of P Pari ris Pittrict Kmplove FmplnfslmmnnNI EmplnccssljntnJrmni s ssummoned
summoned a mooting m lil1 to prote > t against againsttln againstdimlnl
I tln thosn > s dimlsrnl to II which were invited jnMtorlthe
i the II ern < dIkM or all th the loading banks and andi andfinancial
i financial house housej hOIl houseAfRr r ri
j i After SecnMnry trell1r Pataud the th labor ngi ngiI Rpilalor ngitator
I tator and other prominent members of ofth orI ofthe
I th the ieneral Labor Confederation bad badsxken harlspoken hartSPOkCfl
spoken the meeting voted ot that those thosepresent thoseI thosepresent
present should join an employees union unionan
an an affirmation of their solidarity with withlaborers withlaborers ith ithlahorerl
I
laborers laborersAnother lahorerlAnoUler laborersAnother
Another new feature of the weeks weeksagitation weeksagt1tion weeksagitation
agitation has been the formation 1 of the theRevolutionary thenovolutlonar theflevoIutionary
Revolutionary Federation which has haapublished hlUlJublihetl haspublished
published a programme recommending recommendingall
all forms of direct action strikes and boy boycotts 1 boycotta > 01 01cotts ¬
cotts against militarism against patriot patriotism ¬
ism and sabotage and ending with the thequotation thequotation thequotation
quotation Worker seize the machine machinePeasant machinePeastmt nuchinoleasant
Peasant i seize the land landThis landThill landThis
This new body bod of which doubtless doubtlessmuch doubtlessmuch s smuoh
much will ho heard before May 1 I is dig distinct digtinct dietlnct ¬
tinct from the General Labor Confedera Confederation ¬
tion although its members belong to the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter body The probable cause < of its itsformation itsformation itsformation
formation is il a fear that the Central Labor LaborConfederation LaborConfederation LaborConfederation
Confederation under its recently elected electedsecretary electoosecretary electedsocrotary
secretary Niel Nb Iel may not be sufficiently sufficientlythorough sufficiontlylhorough sufficientlythorough
thorough in its measure measureLEFT measuroI measuresLEFT >
LEFT I SSOJOOO IN RAILWAY IlHU A SE4T SEATConnainK SE4TConnlfln SE4TConfiding
Confiding Scotchman Scorn a Lots While WhileHe Whilelip Whilelie
He Lunches at Station In France FranceiSpfrtiJ Franeeptclill Francepecta
iSpfrtiJ < pecta fnhlt Cllh Dtiptitcft to a THI Tn SUN SuxPARIS 5t1sPARIS SUNPARIS
PARIS April 17 17A A Scotchman named namedJ
J 1 R Findlay on his hleway way to Pane by train traintoday traintoday traintoday
today left the train at a elation to visit visita
a restaurant leaving behind him on a seat seatin tleatIn etin
in the car a portmanteau < 1u that contained containedjewelry containedjewelry containedjewelry
jewelry and other valuables worth 180000 180000When so000When 8QOOOWhen
When he returned to the car the theportmanteau theportmanteau theportmanteau
portmanteau was gone and the thief had hadleft hadleft hadleft
left no clue
The Weather WeatherThrru WeatherTherwas ratherThr
Thrru Therwas was rloudlncM with oiralon ooa l > nlll l ihnwera ihnwerayrstrrrtny shoersrstrntay trrsIrrilly
yrstrrrtny Irrilly In nortlirrn norlh Nr w York northrrc Perm Permjlvnnln 1enYIln PransrIvanta
jlvnnln YIln and New ew Kielnml F llInd morterftts ijeprci ijeprcilon depr deprIon uiepreulon
lon WII pns 1 ossln > ftln tntt out the St Innrrner 1IIH nc V SaIIcy SaIIcyThre ilcy ilcyThvre lIeyThr
Thvre Wa a second nntl rtfpr dlrlon slon covrrlnr ttr th thIIflrer tSrupper ttrupper
upper MI Mi4tSSIppi < V slppl nod C1 Mlsxuirl 1I uJrI allry9 and rnnv rnnvtnir moyInlf rnovtnz
tnir rnilwarrt attcndrrt by clnmly uid nhowr nhowrwndltioni bIrrrfndItlon
wndltioni thrniiifhoiu ih hr Northwest Talr TalrwralhiT rllirtlltbr reirwealbrr
wralhiT prcMvlId In the middle Atlantic lanlh Sl SIatr SIatrthrfle > t3t t3tth tn tnthrnrc
thrnrc th ne west to thf lb llocUy Mountains and south southlo
to the Ih fiulf Th > temperature was ss hither unit unitrlslne IInctrllnl aruclrislar
rlslne IT I nearly all dlistrkt frcezlnr tempera temperanres tmr tmersuiires > erll erllwr
nres wr dtnappeyred except rf1t our A sm3U belt uf ufrountry ufroilniry
rountry In the iitr zLrtms mft orthwcst orthwcstIn I
In this ri rill > the Ih day was Mir and warmer wind ulndfresh aindlruh I It
fresh t h Bouthcrly isrr45r ver r4 e humldltj W < q per cent centnarometir cevtnarometrr
narometir rorrerted to read tn sea level at atM AtY S SA I
A M 5vLa 30ZV JJZ 3 r > I 1020 rooThe aooThe 1020The
The temperature temperettireyeterday yesterday as 3 recorded by the theofllrlat theoScIaI
ofllrlat tnertnometcr b aliuuo In the tb anneieJ ADnueJlale aeieIlable I I Itable
table
19 Igm < r > IBM lCflat IW atOM 1COSa
a A Hta IL t t as II r M M50 11I 1
12 2 M Mj V I > sa I I n p Mt I 11 43 43J 45a <
j l M 1 R 4 4T 47 12 I Mid 6 41 41Hlzhest 41utlthet 41ulghest
Hlzhest temperature t J at atronrr 6 P 1 11 11WIMIJHITON 1 1uICIIINCITON
WIMIJHITON ronrr ronrcser nr r ron TO venAl PAT PATrr AND 7J 7JI TOMOttWw
Monno Monnon MOttWwrr
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i wirron ttjriahl IIIM winds uIudiJor
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morrow HI H P nlcht moderate varlabl winds Ind be beromlnir b bomln hrromIn
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IInl nla Ve rw Jerse Ie Delaware and Mariland Marilandfilr hnIAndId
filr Id to tnI il hty y hUowers tomorrow anti nd coolcr at atnl atI atntSt
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I For we srtern tcrn Ncw cw Yorlf orlc partly rloudr to toh tohhler todsshdmers < Hs HsstioAerMo
stioAerMo hler 10 morrow nrrn and cooler at nIght t moderaie moderaieriMivl mOdraeMlerl morlerateMtrrl
riMivl > vlndi I1d po posulhiy lhly hccoroln brlyW brl 1 < hy i to lomorrow tommm tomorrus
morrow morrowFor mmmFnr morrusFur
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da > shuvPer hov 1 < ler < T soil cooler tomorrow modernte modernteeaserl moder modertasrrl niodersteCSSICrI I
easerl morrow ivlnJs possibly pos lbly bccomlni brbk bji lo lomorrow 10murrol tomorrow
u S HELP AT ArSSIV4 ArSSIV4Berlin MESSIN4IJerlin UESSIN4Dfrlln
Berlin Says Sa Huts Were Slowly SloI Built BuiltKaiser 01111tlialltr Builtkaiser
Kaiser on An n linrsllthnians EnglltrhlUlU1sUomf EnglltrhlUlU1sUomfI Home HomeI
I I iSreoul able Utnatth lo 0 THE Ta RE SUN StwI Sl11rBEIILtN SUNBElmLLr
I BEHLIV April 17 17E E P Bicknell presi president president prestdent
dent of the American Red Cross Cro > s Society SocietyU
is in Berlin on hb way home from Mes Messina Ies Iesslna Iesdna ¬
dna He speaks highly of the coopera cooperation
J I tion of the Italians who placed the mili military military milltary ¬
tary at his disposal to help in erecting erectingAmerican erectingAmorlcan erectingAmerican
American temporary barracks the Gov Government Government Governnment ¬
ernment allowing the American lag na to tobe toI
1 be hoisted in the camp thus making makingit
it American territory for the time being beingHe beingj
j He found that the American contribu contributio1 contributlo1 contnibutloa I
tio1 amounting to nearly S 1000000 was wasl wascarerullyalmo wascarerullyalmost
l carefully carerullyalmo almost < t too carefully carefullyhandled handled handledHe I
He saw no sign of gralt graltI
I The German Germ n new newpilpsr3 pap H are now al alleging alI a aleging
I leging that t lie American huts were wereereoted wereereotedI erected erectodI erectedwith
I with reprehensible slowne whereas whereasall whereall
all those furnished by the Germain were wererun wererun wererun I
run up in a few dayc daycCapt dayCapt daycCapt
Capt Belknap the American naval navalattache nnvalattachti navalattachd
attache here It still nl it Messina and the thoi thedate
i date of hi his return is uncertain uncertaini uncertainPreparations I II
i Preparations are on foot to celebrate celebrateIon
1 Ion on a lavish scale the live hundredth anni anniI
I versarv of Leipzig University lnher itr from July Julys
2S s to July so o The King of Saxony axonr will willdeliver willdelivernn willdeliver
deliver an oration orationj orat ion ionsong
j A s song 011 recital by Mme Schumann SclvimaniHoiuk Scl1lmJnnHoink SchumannHeink
Hoiuk has ha lx nefied bcme led the American Church Churchhere Churchhere Churchhero
here to the extent of nearly Jjwu JjwuThe jtll jtllTill iC1 iC1Tite
The KtiiM In t < Pr > r rei rscontly iitl utlY > In conversation conversationwith
with a L court officer o ler t > use tseI < el < l ii aon 1 qntioUni qntioUnion Grit < im imon I
on nut Miuriers pliy pla An n Knglb Ellglihman lugILsltumsmisHoots < liinaiin liinaiinHome
Home which was W3 prpemed pr lItld in Merlin Merlina I
a few days a ago no Ho II wild he Ii know Ihe theplot iheplot I Iplol
plot of the piere and ha 1111 I read a 1 groit groitdoal grintI
I Ii
I doal of what had been written about it itj itHti
i j He regretted that the Hingo I I lioiilrl be betifed hemused I
mused for political purpo ltiIPes hut he was wasnot witsnot II IInot
not urprtetl thai tim th German public publici publiohad publichad
i had rejected so 0 stupid n pee pieeI p i iI
I I Moreover thn Ih Kaner said till it was 03 not nota
a good thing for tli friendly friFndl relations rlitionI r
i I between nations that they thp liould be beI berspreented
I repreentPd rlpre entpd on th > uttgn tag < lus 1 n < oppo oppoEd > ed to toj 10anothtr toone
j one another Germans ermauss felt no pleasure pleasureI > I Iin IIn
I In freeing > pin the th wrakiies caklle of other tMtions tMtionsrlisplnycd tiuttionsdiplayct1 tionl
I
rlisplnycd rl before h loro th Ihl11 ° ni T Till he pKy ph wits WHSi WII WIII witswritten
i written the Kaier taid a f for a rlkvm in inI iiiEngland i iI
I England but h hadtlclliiomhIt1ivI hadtlclliiomhIt1ivIi l addd soniwhit naivelr naivelrI
I it doe4 ri drs not truly represent family lift liftin lifein i
in England as I know rm rmInOiIEnIn it itIJlOSIEt1IT
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InOiIEnIn t i in leSI lt s s1 > t 1Monp tlonr i i10nr
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Monp nroiictit flreuiglttFnm From Mironrl for Home HomeImeylmrnt homeIntesinient
I Imeylmrnt InH I01lnt Mol itolpln > pln > rrj rr Strong strnncN I
81011 N > iciil 10 ai < lit lt4piIt > tt > In I Tne rn si suSiu siSri in
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Sri PrThnsi TfnmHIRo mo April prilli 17 All informa information ¬
Ion from Thirskor JnrolofSlo plo points to the theinireafc theinren theinireas
inireafc l htrcncth i II > Prune Minister MinisterStolypin I ISiolypiu IStrilvlupu
Stolypin n fwiHitimi lI Many important importantinterests 11111rlantiulel nirtantinterests
interests iulel > t uoiild 5 bTf Ita > > p pl3ns < < l lsee t tSt isee
see Von Wilte itto lorcign Forlii Minitor but hUllher hUllherI hUllherili Iberis Iber theruis I
is fear of his hi intprferefu3 with jlh lli Pro I Il11ipr
I 1 nuers ofiice thould bo b I < in th the Cabinet Cabinetwith Cat > inot inotwith
i with A fon ronser4ujetl > vieii < revival rp ivaI of Iho lit iunieky iuniekyI unickyatixieties
I anxieties of two years ear ago ll1nI I
I Easter was marked by YII a great nrstori nrstoriI
I unit of Russian Huss 1I1 money monl iiivl isecuritiss isecuritisswhich sectinitiaswhich R I Ihlch
which were lro IlUMi I broad a durin ulu in n < t tio tioI II t m mpolitical I
I I political troubles both I from Purls and andBerlin
I Berlin Many Ian millions of ruble hive bivobeen 11 hivebeen 0 0Otoen I
been withdrawn thonoa for investment investmentin
in industrial enterprises in Russia a espe especially espocialhy ¬
cially in Siberia Many Man internal securities neouritiesare
are higher than they were before tho thoJapanese theJap thoJapanese
Japanese Jap nle war warVon warVon I
Von Witte itte who recently had to refuse refusethe rlfulcthe refusethe
the presidency of the th Russian Bank of ofForeign orI
I Foreign Trade has been asked to become Incomethe i ithe
the head of a geat Siberian investment investmenttrust
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trust As he is a salaried member of the thoCouncil IheCouncil theCouncil
Council ho must get the Czars C IIS permission permissionto I
to engage in private business businessLlSITlIA businessLtSTINI4
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t LlSITlIA HOOKS A t HOCK HOCKniR
I niR Ship Bringing a a1ersey Mrrsr Sample to toNrw toI I i iI
I Nrw fW York ork Fouled In Her Anchor Anchorsirclal 1111101 ncItorSIcCLat i
I sirclal t 6lr bl IJripatih la Tutu IllS SusLjvFrtpoot StuNI
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I LjvFrtpoot April 17Tho steamer steamerLueitania stenmrLusitania steamerLusitania
Lusitania had some difficulty in raising raisingher raisin i
her anchor previous to coming to the thelanding thelanding I Ilandin
landing stage prior to sailing toflay toflayWhen teutayWhen I Ihn
When hn the anchor reached the surface surfaceit
it was found that a stone weighing sou soupounds scurnpounds
pounds was jammed between tho shaft shaftand shaftand shaltand
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and andEtlorts flange flangeEfforts flangeEfforts
Efforts made to dislodgn it failed and andthe andthe andthe
the steamer sailed with it hanging from fromher fromherbow I
her herbow bow
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FATHERLESS GIRLS COLLEGE COLLEGEFOVNDKD COLLEGEfIJUNDJ1D COLLEGEFOUNDED
FOUNDED BY TIlE LATE CIIAS CIIASK
K t ELLIS OF PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIALarxe IIIIL4 DIL1IIIi DIL1IIIiLarge
Large Lar e Part at Ills Fstato tato Set tt Aside to toKsUblUM tostablbh toFatabihihu
KsUblUM an Institution for Glrll GlrllIiIlmliar GirlaSimIlar Jlrl JlrlSimilar
Similar to the fine Olrird Net tp for fornoys forfloa
noys The Amount Not Announced AnnouncedPHILADELPHIA AnnouncedI AnnouncedPUILADFLPUA
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PHILADELPHIA P 1LAOFLP IA April 17 nAn An institu institution Institutiorl instltutiori ¬
tion for tho education of fatherless girls girlsof
of Philadelphia founded on lines similar similarto
to those of Girard Collage is provided for Torin forin forin
in the trill nI of Charles E Ellis EII tho street streetcar streetcar
car millionaire who accidentally shot shothimself sbothimself shothimself I
himself in his home 1430 North Broad Broadstreet DroartIItroot liroartstreet
street on April 6 The will was offered offeredfor
for probato by the Commonwealth Title TitleInsurance TitleInsurance TitueInsurance
Insurance and Trust Company and andFranklin andI andFranklin
Franklin IJ Lyles executors and was waspromptly
I
promptly locked up upThe upThe upThe
The specific sum which will be available availablefor
for the founding of the college was not notgiven notgiven notgiven
given out nor was that which Mr Ellis Ellisleft Ellisleft Ellisleft
left to his hi widow and his dAughter Mrs MrsElla MrsElla ttraElla
Ella S Staley Beyond the statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that they wore amply provided for no noinformation noinformation noinformation
information on this point was llI permitted permittedto
to become public The estate was for formally formally formally ¬
mally valued at JIOOOOO and upward upwardbut
but it is estimated to mount in the mil millions millions roillions ¬
lions lionsThere lionsThere lionsThere
There were several bequests to chari charitable charitable charitable ¬
table and fraternal organizations and col colleges colleges collogos ¬
leges but tho principal part of the estate estateis
is to be used for the founding of the thecollege thecollege thecollege
college to bo known as the Charles E EEllis 1 1Ellis LEllis
Ellis College for the Education of Father Fatherless Fatherless atherle5 ¬
less Girls GirKIt Girlsrt
It is to he situated in Philadelphia Philadelphiacounty Philudelphiacounty Philadelphiacounty
county or within tho discretion of the theexecutors theexecutor theexecutors
executors of the will in any of the sur surrounding surrounding surrounding ¬
rounding counties near the Philadelphia Philadelphiacounty Pl1lndelphiacount Philadelphiacounty
county count line lineIt lincIt lineIt
It is not to be begun until the interest intereston
on the portion devoted to its use amounts amountsto
to 100000 This amount Is to be used usedfor usedfor I
for the purchase of grounds and the theerection tlteerection theerection
erection of buildings which are to form formtho formtho I Ithe
tho nucleus for the institution Its mom membership mombtrship roombership ¬
bership is to be limited to girls who at attho atthe atthe
the time of their appointment are bonn bonnlido Don1lido I Itide
lido residents of this city cityA i
A board of educators > to consist of the thosuperintendent thesuperintendont thesuperintendent
superintendent of schools of this city citythree dtyIhree citythree
three principals of public pn lic schools here herennd hereand hereand
and the county cOllnt spuerintcndont of schools schoolsin 1
in the county Olll1t in which it is situated if ifoutsido ifolllsldtl ifoulsidi
outsido Philadelphia PlIiL elphb is to be appointed appointedu I Iby I Ihy I
by tho executors to supervise the manage manageni managefluent u
ni n1 fluent < nt of the school ctJlJoll1nd and to draw up rules rulesfor rulesfe i ifor < i
for fe its administration administ ra I hin I ITho I ITho IThe I
Tho college is to be hI nonsectarian nonl ctRrian but butthe hutthe butthe
the King James Bible is to be read daily dailyThe dnil dailyTue i iTh
The membrjhip of th3 student body bod is isto isto isto
to be b limited to the Caucasian race Each Eachgirl Eachgirl Eachgirl i
girl when she IIh leaves the school is to ro roceive recoive
ceive u gift of KO KOMr SOlr O OMr
Mr lr Ellis left to the Presbyterian Hot Hotpital lIospit11 I Ipital
pital fIHnO Inpo to endow a private room roomwhich rnornhlch roomwhich
which < is to l Ire > e used Ils 11 under the direction directionof
of his executors executorsTwenty exeolltorsfellty
Twenty thousand dollar was be bequeathed bequenthed I I1ulathcd
queathed < for the founding of free scholar scholarships I scholarshills > cholarhips ¬
ships for men in tho University of Perm Pennsylvania j jmylMinia I IInmia I Ifnllt
mylMinia Inmia and for woman in Ann Mawr MawrCollog tlawroiIeg
Collog fnllt > S These scholarships are arl to be begiven beien hegiven
given ien to graduates of the Philadelphia Philadelphiapublic Philarlelphlapublin Philadelphiapublic
public schools who are nominated by b the theSuperintendent theSuptrintndont theSuperintendent
Superintendent of Schools SchoolsTo SchoolTo
To the th monthly tnollthl meeting of Friends at atTift atfiftenth atFifteenth
Tift Fifteenth enth and IIn Race streets and nnr to the themonthly themonthly themonthly
monthly meeting on In ireen reett street the will willgives willgives ill illgives
gives 8500 500 50 annually to bo divided rlihlpcllto1twoon rlihlpcllto1twoonthem between betweenthem betweenthem
them and to be paid I eemiantiually em 1111111 111 II this thismoney Ihismon thisunoney
money mon to l 1If > o > used for the poor in their theirneighborhoods theirneighborhonrJl theirneighhorhonds I
neighborhoods Another A gift of e o > VW OI a ay I Iyur Iyesir
y yur iir is to bi h mad in semiannual pay payments pa pamnt payitients ¬
ments > to tho Sanitarium for Children at atKinl atIlI1 atltuil
Kinl Hank HankJohn
roir i sricrit sricrit1ohn W IC ICIoltn
John DatliHnn tim Ila IIrll1t > wrlBht nml isti rr crr crrl r rrllcr I Irlllr
l rllcr Found Mend AflrrTVcpUsHrareh AflrrTVcpUsHrarehprrMi tiler lIlr 7 WIksiitarch WIksiitarchIrl
prrMi Irl J6 b nrrpatrti nrll la n 7 Tnr sv svIOMKJN eta etaIorsuS
IOMKJN April pnl 17 lohn Dnvisdon a awell aIll awell
well Ill known k nowut poet and nn playwright whuhad whuhadbeen wh whit had hadb had1eOn
been b n missing from his residence reslri nl at Pen Penziince PnZlItHP Penztfle
ziince for scion weeks uk has committed committedMiicide tomnmnittedstiicide Ommitt Ommittfuicid
Miicide MiicideJohn fuicidJohl1 stiicidejohirt
John Davidson was born at Uarrhcad UarrhcadHenfrewshire BarrheadHlnfrewtihire EkirrheadRenfrewahire
Henfrewshire in 1857 His father was a aminister amioister aminister
minister of the Evangelical lalll > elica1 Union He Heattended Heuthmded Hemitt4unIei
attended Edinburgh Edinbllr h University Univorsitynnd and taught taughtin fa light lightill
in various tiliools in in Scotland He H wrote wrotereviews wrotound wrotereviews
reviews and articles until his verses ver < s at attructed attructed attricted
tructed attention attentionAmong II attentionAmong Uentionmon
Among mon his plays were Bruce a Chron Chronicle thronide Chronide ¬
ide Play Pia Scaramouch in Naxos and andGodfrida audGodfrida andGodfrida
Godfrida In IS05 he published Fleet FleetStreet Fleetret FleetStreet
Street ret Eclogues and Inter a number of ofvolumes ofyolume8 ofvolumes
volumes of fugitive fuith poems I
5 5ONEY
ONEY saved on insur insurance insurance insurance ¬
MONEY ance can go on the therent therent therent
rent rentThe I i iThe IThe
The Marbridge is fire fireproof fireproof fireproof ¬
proof equipped equip ed with stand standpipes standpipes standpipes
pipes automatic fire alarm alarmand alarmand alarmand
and sprinkler systems two twolarge twolarge twolarge
large fire pumps and con constant constant constant ¬
stant steam steam pressure pressureOffices pressureI pressureOu1ces
Offices lofts and store to tolet tolet tolet
let
Vor those elsewhere under lease till U 10 10tn May Mayfret y yCrtt
fret fpeclal peclalll1ducenlents peclalll1ducenlentsThe laducewenti laducewentiThe IndurenuentsThe
The MARBRIDGE MARBRIDGEUroadway
Uroadway JWtb MrS Streets StreetsTelephone StreetsTelepbol1e StreetsTelephone
Telephone 3SC3 3SC3Or lll6C3Or 6L3 6L3OryOurown
Or OryOurown your OIU own broktr broktrVE11Y brnkerJEIlY brosrIEItY
VE11Y BAD DEVIL INDEED INDEEDVulgarized INDEEDularbrd INDEEDvulgarized
Vulgarized Version rslon of the Play rallies Paigesthe ralliesthe Passesthe
the Censor and Amazes London LondonScrctal LondonSDtcfGI londonScecul
Scrctal Cabin Despatch to 0 TifF Sux SuxLONDON surLONOON SCdLoNnoN
LONDON April 17 17A A badly butchered butcheredversion butchfredvnllon butcheredversIon
version of The Devil written by Henry HenryHamilton HenryHamilton HenryHamilton
Hamilton was produced at the Adolphu AdolphuTheatre AdelphL1fheatre AdolphlaPieatre
Theatre tonight It was quite different differentfrom dilTerenttrom differentfrom
from either of the versions produced in inNew InNew inNew
New York being utterly gross and in inartistic inartistic inartistic ¬
artistic artisticNow artisticow artisticNow
Now ow scenes and new characters were wereIntroduced wereIntroduced wereIntroduced
Introduced nerving only to weaken weak n the theplot tbeplot theplot
plot There were no witty linen The Thewhole Thewhole Thewhole
whole play was so vulgarized that it is 3 a nmarvel amarYal amarvel
marvel the censor permitted its produc production production production ¬
tion tionThe The part of the Merit was played like likean likean likean
an operatic Mephiatophcltx Mephi top1lrlfst with the thehair thehair thehair
hair arranged in horns and with a slight slightlimp slightlimit lightlImJ
limp indicating the cloven foot Every Fverysuggestive foverysuggeslhe Everysuggestive
suggestive scene was intensified The Thefinal Thefinal Thefinal
final curtain fell on the DEvil alone in the thestudio thestudio thestudio
studio triumphant and surrounded by byfire byflr byfire
fire flr and brimstone while the lovers have havelocked havelocked havelocked
locked themselves them elCI in the bedroom and the thei thelllls thehusband
husband lllls and clamors for admittance at the thedoor thodoor thedoor
door outside the studio studioThe studioThe studioThe
The play was uproariously received receivedduring receivedduring receivedduring
during the first two acts hut when the thepit thepit
pit and nd gallery discovered that the Devil Dtrilremained Devilremained ril rilrenullned
remained triumphant at the close their theirI theirapplause theirapplause
applause changed to hisses and boos boosAmong boolAmong boosAmong
Among the rest lS of the audience the thei thlwondcr thewonder
wonder was how the play pla ran so long In InI InNew
New York This wonder was W S mixed mixedwith mixerlWith mixedwith
with amazement at its being allowed to tobe toi tobe
be b presented here The censor refused refusedpermsslon refusedpermission rerusedpermission
permission for the production of n fif fifteenth fifi fifteenth ¬
teenth century mystery mysteryplay play this week weekMRS weektRTE1S weekjlIrs
MRS BAltTELS MOT JHICIlIHRT JHICIlIHRTI HCCIf IIVRT IIVRTAmount IItIlTAmount
Amount of Paris Robber Exaggerated KxatCRrratedSa R a5IuratrdSas
Sa Sas > s Her Husband Arriving rrh1n Here HereTT lIertnl hereprtQt
TT prtQt nl Labl L att Dnpitch In THE SIN hiNPMIIS SINI StsPsitre
PMIIS April Aprill1tlrs 17 17Mrs Mrs I 111 b M Bartela Bart > ls the theAmerican themr theAmerican
American mr can woman who was attacked att lckc yes yestrcrdny yesterday I II
trcrdny tenia afternoon in n h hr r apartment in the theAvenue theI thevcnule
Avenue vcnule Flan by I two men who bound her herto herto herto
to a chair after giving her a blow that thatcaused thatcalllod thatrautseti
caused her to fnint and robbed her of ofHfioo offVJOO
Hfioo nnd Hvo tlv valuable rings rin is i better IxHrerthis hetterIhis betterthis
this morning Her only injury is a badly badlycontused badl badlcOlltul badlycouitused
contused cOlltul > ed eye eeI
1 > I Bartelc a publshcr of of11 rn 11 Warren Warrenavenue WarrenItelllll Warrenaventue
avenue Chicago and am the husband of Mrs MrsBarrels Mrnrt MrsBartels
Barrels nrt I arrived yesterday in New pw York Vorkby Yorkby ork orkI
by h the French liner La lAllaoico Snvoie from Havre HavreH f1avrelie
H He read on the way a from Quarantine II 11newspaper III iinewspaper
newspaper account of tli tho i nciult nnd nndrobbery nndrohblr androbbery
robbery rohblr nm was much disturbed He Hesnid fl8IBid lieatd
IBid tlif 111 < > repi repeat prt > it WPS WP inacciirale lI1all > urale in respect rewpectto rI1 < t
to the amount of money mone arid the vaIn valiiof vaInot 11111 11111of
of the ring rin taken from Mm 11t KarteK He HedecHred HIrlechrl fitdechrred
decHred < J tlinl he h was w not I i rich American Americannnd mlr nlericanarid lmi lmialiI
arid tlmt his ii wiff uvf had only onl univ a few rings ringsof ringsof
of small value and allrllitlllJ little mono monoMr5 moncIr ruioneMre
Mr5 Ir Unrtpls h her ° r hilsbann wild had hadbeen hadhepn hadbeen
been linoded down in in Paris about eight eightyears eighyears eightyears
years ago by I a runaway rllnawa horne and since sincethen I sincethen < in e eihtll
then she t < ho hnd leen partially p tially paralysed paralysedand i iand
and would lIld Im nn easy It victim of thieves thievesAbout Ihiepshout thievesAbout
About fourteen months ago she had been licenbound h beenEsainti 11 I
bound ul1mflllnd and a mul robbed rob ad by one ot her servant hervintMr
Mr fr Hartels l left ft Paris ten days jico jicoIe 110H rtolte
Ie H had gone there in MHrrh to nsM assist assisthis t thi
hi r his t wife and daughters Florence orlIco and andliillian allrlIillinrr andbillie
billie in in disposing of the lease of their thoirapartment theirapartment I Inparll1lfJnt
apartment and household good wo thnt thntall Ihntsll thotau
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