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Ii IiTRESCNSUNDAY
11 + THE TRESCNSUNDAY SON SUNDAY APRIL APRILS 18 1 1909
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I tJl MEET M ET AND A n GLORIFY POUREN POURENHIS POUREHIS
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Slleld > Irnlsetl rlllt us ft the Man 11111U Mini I19 Maied MaiedHim SRndIIImiQn laveiIIIlm
Him IIImiQn tfuii Irom IleliiK Ihu Sent Hapk Hal Hump HumpThjftre Ioiin11ire
Thjftre 1 re va II u mas rneetinK rnet tiiic in fl the Lh iraml iramlCentaaJfPnulicChiHtflVwiliiK 1rnllllClntlaf ratdVflilig
CentaaJfPnulicChiHtflVwiliiK Clntlaf snl lf tivn Vflilig lll held lo o oWfltt for forward forI1M ¬
ward I1M tho tIi movement movlnwlIL to bring hrin about th thabrogation thahroratioll t hi hitrOgLttiOU
abrogation of o tlin UI l + ttradition t tieatv tratyi be betwpen hntween
i twpen thi t tii < ooimtrv OIllltl Il Ut Iv and ane n iu liuwsin I t ii sia th4 t h imiet imieting ullwlin rnt t tlog
log in having ho ving had IIH I inception I ncii t I H in fl tlie th thperiP1co ex experience oI oIl ¬
l perience of Jan J a liinnfi 1 a iinf Poll PourNI ou i on tho Ih t much muchlrtlkerl IIIlwhtllk nih eli elit
t lrtlkerl tllk iI of 0 UuM 1tlIian > iftn reliuen rrll or more spe specirtcallv specitiI spaI
I cirtcallv citiI lI th Lettish 1ltt bh h r 1Ohltilui1 oliitu > ui t whone whonetsde ho1 ho1He
i LF tsde cq4 He has Jm iMigaRpd n a t tlm Ih t IIt I nitid tilt id Slate Slateauthorities Iale IaleI
V authorities > 1 for n i yeai ar anil a 1 1II quarter quarterHP
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HP II e is i out ou t of r jail j I now n ow and all t has ha been t et lor lorlikw 10 10fotnethlf1 iJrioinehing
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fotnethlf1 likw Ijk < thrtf week tek and uitlcti last lastthe lastct
ct cti III g the Ih t ht Vomtnittee oll1n lflhljt lttt t who wi io seemed steti rtl rtli his hisfreedom hisfreedom
i freedom for him had him ujtei aP11 d the themeeting Ihtl
l meeting Ifltt In who ho > object ohj < 1 i is > to t o protect rot other otherllussian othet ot liet liett
t llussian In refugee rf Igee Pouren rII a uldrened lit ro I the themeeting th thI t tIntting
I meeting In tiltg in Lettish Jdt Ish si told what he h hud to tonay toi
i nay I y to I 0 his counsel Simon i tO Olt O IolocU 1 UCts UCts1dI41aJL in inJluaHKUi illUU
JluaHKUi UU IIUI who wi vt tianj rallbhd lited it n illn lo Brglinh Brglinhfor EI lih lihfOI
for the t ii o polyglot lor gi lot I SoeiiilM O1R Iit 1 audience U I I ifl Ct But ButPouren BlltP HOtP
Pouren P urIn u r n was held back tek until i i n t I neaily n1 n i ne I Ilast he helast h hi
i last speaker of I the th thfh m > niiig niiigThe nin ninTht
The fh meeting was wa > l piesided o or er by Will William WiIliam Vifljam ¬
iam Knglish Walling who has I ha had I somo somoexperience > lumex oInoxprieitee
experience x rlellce in Ruhsm and whorp who w liOt grand grandfather grandfather grandfather ¬
father once rail for VicePresident of the theUnited theUnited theUflIted
United States > o He H said Mlli tIt among other otherthing otlllrthh othtrthliigafwr
thing thh thliigafwr gA after lumping PourenV case with withthatofJr1udaviu withr withthatofHtdOViL7
r thatofJr1udaviu Ihatof Jtll < loviL7 of Chicago and hose t of oftheMexicHJiH ofthe orthe1eicuis
theMexicHJiH the reJ1cM8 held htldin in durance d uranee in I i i the I Soul h hwest hwest liwe4t
west Wo V have let things thin t s drift till t III tin tinwhojo IhowhoJ t twhoie
whojo pr proai pr > s i of AIUOIICA e tJms > iiis to be h sub subsidised lIubr UL ULt ¬
r t tidied by Diax Dil17till till you would think hat thathe I hathe hatu
u he was some divine regenerator regllI > ralor sent flt by
God to bless the th MeMcan people thin thinbrutal I thI4c hisbrutal
c brutal czar of Mexico under whom noouo noouomen 30OINH I MI MImen
H men hove h f > been murdered murderedProf mIlNerdProf murdertdProf
Prof 1 A Hourwich said amid other otherthought otherthoughtl otherthought
thought < It seems eern to a good nod many manypeople manyeoplo manypeople
people that this if i a sort of Blithering of ofcrahks orcratiks ofcrahks
crahks l Pouroji uhI1 is i n o longer in in jail jailtheypay jailtheyMY jailthey
theypay they ea and lil wjiy liy should we trouble troubletrotfble1 trouhlotrori troutdotrotile
trotfble1 trori l Hut comrades this Ihi victory has hashjr haRi baah
i hjr h nmeans 1 me lls settled I < tho question It IthaaUhfjwnthat IIh Ithaaehwuthat
haaUhfjwnthat h a1thwn thnl the Ameiican Al11el I a n people and andtheAUHTKHin andtheLArjnrotin
4 theAUHTKHin theAJI riJ3n Government will not sanc sanction 1 < 1111I 1111ItloD OIietlou ¬
tion the surrender in inMtradltiollllrolled inMtradltiollllrolledj pjitrndition proceed proceeding proeedi ¬
j i ing of r a I political p liti i liberator illerat i to n despotism despotismBut 11 potI8n potI8nHut
But remember that t ha t von must nni st prove such sucha
f a man n nolitical offender otlendetand nnd it has liastaken hastijton
ftaken taken us fifteen months to piove Pouren Pourena
0 a revolutionist Often a poor man can cannot Ianj cannot ¬
j not pav the > several thousand d collars dollarsfleossry > llais llaisnecessary
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< Y necessary necese y to produce prod IICI the necessary no earr evi evidertoji eiI
r I t dertoji d de caPKriendtpanie Eriends rlend came forward forwtlrIm forwardAmronn forwardAmronnfrienisLn American rtH11 rtH11fnen1g j jfrienils I Ir j
frienils frienisLn < lo TI Pourens aid in > n his fifteen hrhenf j jmonthi
f h monthi niotfl period iod of trial trial1Md i il I It
t l 1Md UvinJi i rirto to say hut Pouren owes his hisliberty llIiii liiiliberty
i j fi liberty to JCommissioner Shields who whothough vo vothough
5 though he bed him was eminently minent Iy fair fairand fairK fairand
K and it is to his fairness that thin thl man owes oweshis owthiB oweshis
his liberty Iibl > rtJ t A mini does dOeilJlot not go o to wt wl4r r in inc4A i ikid Ir
r c4A kid gloves If there is killing killin in war it is islooked isJ islooked
J If looked upon an < an incident of war while whilein
f r in peace it would be > regarded as lis murder murderI
I am am no sympathizer with the South > of ofthe ofk ofthe
k the American civil war But neverlhe neverlheless
less Judah Benjamin when he
went to toEngland i iEngland
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England in those t tho > clays buYs was WII not regarded regardedSK1 rturd1there rgn rdcl rdclthere
SK1 there as III a leader ohand < u If n band of murderers nittrdereshe j jv I Ihe
v he was recognized a as the Secretary eclptarv of off o o18tJC
1 f Sta 8t 18tJC U f the < h American ronfpdrnuy ronfpdrnuyi Conf tuufidcrllevThfictclIargect > dIlalY dIlalYw1h
i w1h Thj ThfictclIargect JIcUt act elwrKPd < l against lI ainst Pouren wen PIP I Iomn II
I K comnimeHdurinc omn ft < < iollrim a noble i 11olutionanmo ierolutionlrvmoVernent evolutionary
i movement mo ement in the lAttish I ish provinces provincesMr pro illel
Mr 11 Hourwich then tatoj the thlcnie case of ofMnria of3lnria I Ii
i Maria SpiridoMii vho 110 after a 1m the sup supi CIIIreeiQt JlPpr
i prOBfiau pr reeiQt Ilu of tho rprx rebellion llion in III tha city < it of ofr ofeiea
A r Perjsa eiea entered the Joveniorn overriors hous and andehot andehot
r ehot t KJmfor I which she > wu Ment aentneecl aentneeclto > < nu4d i ito
c to a term r im of service > < < > rvlce in the mines Her Hernet lil lilk lipract
k i net was committed d in a Urn t of con constructive COlir coiletrucflve ¬
r structive pee > ius a the th uprising 1I1111II hal hell bcenalready bcturut
1 t already stippretibod yet > ct she he was WI retare re rerauteI rerauteIe aIrd i iby
hi e by bythe the friend of freedom as a revo revolutlonist revolutlonist
i i lutlonist and her act aH nl that of a mliucil polilic11rt1 mliucilss
tf ss offender off llder But how prove that she he was > a afij i ipolitical I IhtiClI
fij political < > htiClI offpndfr under the circuni circunif Clr circuiniutances um umtancell
f etancos suppo uppoHil iiv her h to escape < > an auil auilcome I Icome
i i 1rt1 come to thin country tlluntl if ifthe the present treaty trea treaI treatywere
1 were to continue > in i 1 foiee Thl 1 IIP njpisp njpispcontinued euueaecozitinued aI aIcolltinued
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continued continuedIt t
l l 1 SIt It wan only due rltJ to to tlm I lie fact t hat t the therules thlroles thenulet3
+ rules of evldcm Eld < nm were not iMgardid h by > y I ICommill8ioner
I Commissioner Shields hi ld that it il t va p po I I Islbl Ielbid
Eibldito slbl t o prove priJ o in Foiirniis l nrellH case thm the1 the1act thf1act ttie ttieact
act charged char ed against him was a i noiuca noiucaolfencV lIuil ul uloJfeDc
offence and not a 1 coiiiiuon rriine rim S So i ilong Ilong Ilong
long as the treaty Ireat fxi tint tats tt no RtiHrian refit iefiigee refitgee I Igee
gee can bo sure pf of his hi liberty here We Wemut WImu c cmust
must mu t agitate a itate until tim treaty tr141 i il < Hurl nbrogated Hurlsntd abroi
i gated gtcctJy hy y the American Ciovernment Ciovernmentvhtcihas GoveronienthIcl I Iwhlclf
vhtcihas whlclf hIcl has the right under the I hI Ii icrms t ol olthe ulthe I Ithe
the treaty t riat y iuelf it > I1 I to do HO HOJ FOJ soJ
J Wauhope W UlOpP Fold Ilk that h i cud not know kllowwhtthcr 1011WchetIier J Jwhether
whether Pouren nhould ehouu Id be lasHd llu < > Iod as a a acrimiunl acriminal i icriminnl
criminal 01 not and < that he h didnt much muchcare muchcare muchcare
< care lIe only wished that Huin could coulddevelop coulddevelop coniddevelop
develop 40OiniOiX 40 Ir II iioh criminals in the thenest hl hlJ uu uuUexLtw
J nest UexLtw twjo yn YAiI4S s and that none of them themmight IhemJnIg thenurnigld
might JnIg uqc1ubO < Jqnc to Anirica Aniericat m lJca i Ir
r t MonesUiJpPnheimer who has been ac actlve notive
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t t tlve tI on the Pouren dfens cornniittcn cornniittcnMid eornmitreei cu1niitteeraid
i Mid MidIf I IJ
J If I r you 011 a cie us li I I > in o I over 0 Vir Hie I h lrnixuter lrnixuterbooks I rpilsJ nr nrbooks s siooks
books what liU names vonltl > nu tlud tlBeltlllr fl 111 Ihirr I us uscontriliutorH II IIcontrlhutol uicontr
contriliutorH contr U Ut ore lo I II Die I he cnusp n n lp4 lrt et me iii i tell t ll you vouright yourlittit OIJ
1 right hcie IUJlewhut hat names IIlIm vou ou1 will ill not find findNot hiuci2et I Ic
c t Not Ih lie name of our President Ir illpt or nf 0 the t he ex exPrpftlderit e ePresident I IPrcllldnt
Prpftlderit not I the IIP nniu < nl an any > iovert oxernot oxernotOf
< Of f an any ol our liiUs lnl nor ofanv if iIIl ludwc 1 nd of ofany ofany otany I
any of our out r hich h i gh h onrt < iu irt s nor Unit I tin t of o I am y man manconspicuous Inan Inanf rnnuucons
f conspicuous cons plcuoiis on tlie I hp li political flolit pol it II al a I sia st uq ii i nor ii or tlit tlitSons I h lit litc
1 c Sons au aliEliiluiht ajiiC lKtjchtfrr tiiu uit tre ol the t Itevoliilion It vnl olnl n I iOIl or orthe orf i if
f V I the manysimilar m1n inlIlJ tfortlrH tlorll cheap Ii fll ap dealeis In Inpatriotlaui inpatrlotUlJlOI a apatrlotiani
patriotlaui fQi the Ih Mtki Ii > of ufirim their theirnampH thrnam theftnames
names nam nndfrcnHffith nnd trcq ute rut I v thnir t Ii ci r piciiires p pict IJlnrp Ii r s uilo uiloprint inlot I a In Int
t print Nor or will a t l you 011 i flml fl iut members mrrnfr ra of a I the II u Ii e eUnion I IUnion irt
rt Union Ua llatuChth iib Will tir r the Itcpuhhciiu Clulj Cluljor huh huht
t or of lath ninny full I I The 1Iu great laplnlns laplnlnsOf 1lInlllllJI uupt al 114 114of
I Of oflnchlill Incliihlry I ad oat and 11m finance flu aruce fou rOlllhl to uiIi ht t Hhy sh h y of n t the theIssue I h lie lieIIie i >
ijfjk Issue The author alit nor or triumphant t risuin ilisu at Dcnioc Dcniocracy I > IIIOJ IIIOJI
I q I racy rac who ho siiuceyid > lIIUCZ eI lilt hl million out of the theworker I he heorller tieworker
worker of Honu tloniuMteiuiI Hleii IIII < the l hI lords ol Standard StandardOil d I IOH I
OH and all their ttuiIrilh > lIk nre tlr coninlcoiius to by > y their theirabnoncc I Isbiience
F abnoncc The Th LliriHtian eentlciiien lo 10whom towlioiii I Iwhom I
whom HCCordiiiK to to a certain rtalll notorious notoriousauthority I Iauthority I
i authority divine Proiuleiice Irold Icp IIHH hll > confided confldedthe contldedIrorllrt
the property juterests llItrr of thin thi country olultr as Il j ja
S I a mailer malt J ofJilijh orIuIgi Htpnnrdxhip did not con connldcr coneider I II
I r eider ftpartoftheir it Cpart part 011hell dutj Iuit to ripfend one on or ofthe ort ori
t the Ideal properta of this 1111 Coinnionwealth CoinnionwealthVoHBiit ommonwealtht
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t We VoHBiit ellt ln InuitattomtAiu It Ufi > lIIIrt6 tr 6a H tiuuhor ol highly hiKlilyrftspectHhlrt highlyreveetahls I INlspeCJtahl
rftspectHhlrt and lid pioininenl P10111t nn u men II It II ot thn I h he prop propertiPd p rop roprtiecl I It
t ertiPd ertl d clanrix cIass ureinc them I lo act IIH n fpn 41Insk 41Inskers if > nl nlers li
1 ers r at I Such Jth ItI a myotln In I ii due dll time HO HOroceivoH wnIii werecel
Iii roceivoH recel et1 ioiirteoiH 1011 rt eons replies rpll nil ii I I of ii C hem llmrndeclinlnsr I hemdcUnlnA luniS
S I declinlnsr to act To b he sure cacti ad luau h d some someklncl somei omllklnlClIl1esu
i klncl klnlClIl1esu klndot > ofan ati ejxcuei lo offer Hut its II I went wentpit veti vetiovor
pit i ovor tiTo b tmsu 4t ketttleniHnl > ei efui4totisty 1i > tlol loIIY iv eflorlH eflorlHJ I IJlit Iit
Jlit it J W utas H rmiiindftd of the I hn biblical hi hli Ilt I ntene on onMount onilouint j jJ
J Mount CaniHl when h n tlm th t lie cnin tuophnf tuophnfEHJHb lllOphI Irophrit I
t ft EHJHb EIijuaddresed atldrasflfi dro d th Ihnri shepriuwrs < 3prioHt I > I of Baiil mnck mnckln rnosImg I II
I I ln InltIHemfor mg them lor the fnfluro of Ihoir divinity llvinilyt titinI t tto
t to respond to their prayers Mm I tin ariny varleyor arinyof uriA
ltit > of Jufl6lfOr xcu X < eSifpr the MiloiK or the I xiem llnil llnilhore IInlllhorl IlicilhoreuiatrWlng
hore horeuiatrWlng IJltrlllnll triklntf KB nhlanco to lh IliA fI evtqw evtqwsouchs icii III1I ts i ivouch i irL
rL vouch afed fed hy our respnctHhle re corrnirond corrnirondnlr lorr pon1
10 enl nlr
nlrThe
The Th niPPliiiK then adopted lesolutions lesolutionscalhiio tesolutjonsi I I Ii
< i i calling lor or the th uliroCation of thn Itus Itusj HIIIIhili hissian
j lan > irtrHdtion radtiii treaty treit of IR I24 I24Vheri Ky I IWfien I
I i Wfien ut ii lat t Pont 1OIlIt1l in Mpoko he h P Pprewsfld ppressed
1 pressed reHtwd with nppnreiitly deep fooling fnelin J Jj
Cis
1 j hl RnititudH to Uie HIImricun i tin American people i ithe uv
I v ft the American press pr > lII his hi lawyers th IhiJr the i idefence
iJr 0 defence commit iff lint luau nil 11I1ho rhohad eho had aided aidedin i iin 1If
If in the continent wid irU fforts In his behalf Iahalff
1 f 1 11 le won f rrollllti rruizu roin hm t > l Let I ftt tliMKak i 1I 1Huklllvhrlhnm i tie n u brethren bret Ii nn I Iin 1i tIn
i in the audience nod ieuic n 1 r re mm l1l1d i 111 of appimiRfi when whenho w lien lienhe 1
1 he lId II J it do nilixcil mali tutu he h was in inan inIn I Ian
an Amertfuln A jnll Jo i I that t tui t be was n then III t tie r ro at a t tleast I
least for a 1 good o < 1 cuusn lUII siu f and IInlllhal 0 nil licit I I ci t an he h had hadfacpxi luauface1
t facpxi rac J death before hii would gladly go goback goback o
C back if mf d Tie nn lnd < l face 1111 death uluui Iii aKain aKainIn a Rin RinIn aiiii
i In behalf of the th t ie liberty for which hiuh h IJIJ < i had hadfought fwdt huuuifought
t fought foughtTheRuHflian fou foughtr ht htfi
fi r TheRuHflian The RIlAAlali OovorninenfH Oovorn lnurits dlargs vhargrsuagailiMt < > > uirgeH uirgeHUZninftt 1 1apallllt
UZninftt Pouren were these theseThat thllli tieaThat
i That ho and Inn hi land l of Hmthrll Hroth in of ofthe oftbe ufthe
the Woods W VOO H luul luulollJIIIIf on June Jun 2H t l lIw itwn 1 at 10 P M MHhot Mi I I II
i I hot onrotr Domhrownkv Jfmhll > wHky with h intPiit I Ito i ito
if to kill killAt killAt 1
11 At midnight of if Junn l1n 2 < h had d committed cOlllrnlttpiii couiurnittedareon 1 1arson
iii arson hy flnng frUJ the 111 inn fx r 1nts < > h endan fn endaner an er eri >
3 1 i inK the liven or intnatiH intnatiHh 1 1On
i jOn h On the th unl nlht hilt Hrnrl th thA inn i i iJ
I II IL
L J LJ I
I Volobyand threatened to kill kin the keeper keeperPeter keep keeperPeter r rPeter
Peter r Ballad BalladOn
On the Mme me night hot and wounded woundedAndreas woundedAndreas woundedAndreae
Andreas Roumpe RoumpeOn
On July 27 at 10 P M bad robbed the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house of Peter Smalkaiss SmalkaissOn s sOn
On July 23 had robbed the home of ofAndreas orAndreas ofAndreas
Andreas Sneyde SneydeOn
I On August 8 at midnight had fired firedAndreas firedAlldrt3s
I Andreas Nneydes house while the in innmtis IDill1a inI
ill1a I nmtis tlS were asleep
On the following midnight had robbed robbedthe
I the house of Anno Loit LoitOn Le LeOn LoltOn
On August R at 8 P M had shot and andkilled andi andIcilleuj
i killed Martin M rtln Poutnln in Poitnlns own ownbonne ownI ownIiOuiue
I bonne h ule which he had entered enteredOn
On August 25 5 had entered the house of ofVnn ofun ofLuii
Vnn un KnaguiiiH and killed km d the owner and andhis andhi andhis
his hi wife wifeOn wlrtOn wifeon
On the name day had entered the house houseof h01l1eMallH
of Mntls Apmiinn und killed him himAll himAll himAll
All them acts were committed < < 1 at Riga RigawiuQli Rigawl1lrh Rigawhi
wiuQli whi b was then in revolt as the American AmericanuiilliorilioM American1lIlIllwrititH AmericanI
uiilliorilioM I nut boritiua finally determined determinedII
I
II In OMK E l KMILOYKKS 01 pun IIA vts s tIU INIV4 INIIIJN4lriioiiuiee < IXAT IXATI T TI
I llenniiiipe Ilounll In Mam al1l Meetlne leetIui a ChariCP or nfImmoral or1IIIIlIlIt orIuuittiailIt
Immoral 3 III WaMiliiKtan hIiitoti l epartmenti IeartmItauSuITilO > epartmentiApril
WISISOOS uSuITilO April 17 Twentyfour Twentyfourj TwentyfourhllldnJ lwentyfourhundred
j hundred l wuiiieuVuiploytid by the Bureau Bureauof
of ICngiMving mid II III I Printing were repre represented repreCnled represeated
I seated in I a an indignant mans meeting at atI atthe
I the bureau thin morning After A tier an angry angryiHciiKsion angry1i angryliiCt
iHciiKsion 1i liiCt 11I 1551011 ion lasting latln buSt log more than I lieu half ha If an hour hourit
I it cotninlttee ommitt of r women employees was wasappointed walljppoillted wasitpOhlitI
appointed to demand a retraction of a aI aI aI
I I statement published IHhHllhed this morning which whichrepmsetitpd whlohI
I repmsetitpd prtEmle that thnllhe the th National atonul Civic Feder Feer Feeral Federat
1 at ion of Women W omeu hut a 1 ppointed ppointe a committee committeeto committe committeto
to investigate immorality among women womenemployed womenemployed omeni
i employed in the executive departments deprtmenls at atWaMhington ataahington I
WaMhington und that the dismissal dismissl of offifty
I fifty Ity femaje employees of the Bureau Burau Of OfKn ofIngraviuug
I Kn injrallg Ingraviuug graving and Ind Printing Prnlill would be de demamled dornanied
I maiuled maiuledI mamledThp
I The statement > 1 was wa denounced denollno at the themasot thema theniasa
masot ma meeting meetllg as 1 a shameful slander slanderSpeeches slanderSp slanderSpeeches
Speeches Sp cl > were made declaring that there therewas ther therewas
was no woman womunin in the Bureau Bunu of Engraving Engravingand EIgrlingand
and Printing Prinln who was 1 unfit unft to associate asaoclatewit
wit i good w men mtl there Iher or elsewhere elsewhereThe elswhere elswhereThl
The meeting 1tttI was wa held with the full ful ap approval approval approval ¬
proval of Director Ralph Ra Iph of the bureau bureauwho burau burauwho bureauwho
who deeply esente I the Ihl th publication publcaton of ofwhat ofI ofwhat
what w bat he denounced as a slander slanderI
I I want to repel repl such statements with all allthe al allthe
the the earnestness lareRtnl S there is in me said Mr MrRalph MrRalph 11 I IRalph
Ralph after o tel the meeting meetnj of the women womenI
I nm proud proud to be the director of this thisbureau thihurel thislireauI >
bureau hurel where or the 4000 40 employees employees2WG Employell
121 I 2WG ore 11 ladies lacle There Thlo is i > none of them themthat themi
i I that Is unfit unft morally morl to associate nllociate with wih i iI II
ladies in any sphere > of life lfe 1 wish we WI wemight I Imight Imight
might make makE the person pron or persons pertons respon rtpon responslide 1 1sible jsihle
slide for this publication publeatlon suffer 5ufer the sever severest leer savoreat i iet
est penalty plslrv for the perpetration prptmtion of such a alie alie I Ile
lie le as this is We have a fine fne body of ofemployees
employee here and we WI handle 9000000 5901o 19000000of
of currency currenc every ever day check up each eachnight eachnight eachnight
night and never have lost 10lt a cent centMr cnt contMr
Mr 11 Ralph Rlph declared declarer that he knew of no nobasis nobasi nobasis I
basis for the report rePrl that the National NationalCivic Natonal NatonalCivic NationalCivic
Civic Federation feeralion of Women was WIS investi investigating invIigating ¬
gating atinl the subject subjec of alleged alese immorality immoralityamong immoralty immoraltyamonl immoralityamong
among amonl women in tho executive e l > culle depart departments deprt deprtmenl departments ¬
ments Recalling Rlng that the statement statementsaid slatlment slatlmentRaid
said thai fifty ffly women might he dismissed dismissedMr dimise
Mr h Ralph Palpb said that fifty Ifl women from the thebureau thlbureau thebureau
bureau had boon invited initer to confer with withmembers wih wihmlmbers withmembers
of the Civic Federation
members mlmbers FNIpration simply simplyfor I
for the discussion dicI6Ron of general renernl measures measuresof mt Ure I Iof
of betterment betrmcnl among anlnK women who work workThe workThe worklhe
The only onl true trul thing IhllR about the statement statementMr 1
Mr I Ralph added was wa that that the number numberwas numberwastifty
was wastifty wastiftytIITE11 fifty fiftyi ty tyIV
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i IHCTED IV I T nut I IEiin I 1M I in inIVrrj I I Illrc IVeru
IVrrj llrc Utehnni 1h11 1 tuhatui In tinner IWIr tiin tr Inr or lleciMl lleciMlraise 11111 11111fI IletcuIFalqt
raise fI t Hwrarlni 1 Iarln In TSatal 11 Storei Ca CaHHAS Ce CeSVAMI mo moStVANSAH I
StVANSAH HHAS Gn la April Ap il 17 Percy Ket Ketrrmn Ketcham I Iha
rrmn ha formerly in crnrse chal e of the Brooklyn Brooklynjar BrooklynyarIs I Iyad
jar yad l of the thl Xmerirnn mcrial Naval Stores Stre Com Compmy Cornpany I Ipan
pan Iva was a this afternoon fllr on indicted for forperjury forperjiir I Iplrjurc
perjury t hy > y the t ht Ornnd Jury in the I hI United InitedStates lnlted1tat UnitedSlnteu
States 1tat i Crurl eauirt eauirtI > urt i iIn 1
In 11 I n his h testimony tl I limon 1 1 year ago before th thIran tIirtnI
01 Iran rtnI < 11 1 lury of the th rourt aIrt in the Ih American AmericanNaval I Iall INaval
Naval all Stores ease it i is il allege ae I1 Ketcham Ketcham9n Ketham I Islat1
9n slat1 1 on 01 oath thai t there Ih rf hal ha1 never been beenimy leeristn I IIm
imy Im fn I RIse e grating rling of rosins rosll < at the Brook Brooklyn i 1 1I
lyn I yiir1 to his hi knowl knowlwlp knowlwlpT knowllgloda < lg lgTotiny
Totiny T loda IJ y it i t i i is aQj a t5erteIl IIIo prtp two I Wo ilnesse ilnessesiatol II 005509 005509sat
siatol sat 1 I to I th Grani Jary 11 Lui r that th1 they hi hr 1 1j 1f
f j rrMt pr i it with itli K Ke icSni rhen vlie 110 fih fihra fal t tIrt Itr4
Irt tr4 ra hlj l iit l wa done donf mil ld an 1 that it wu WI dons donswith donith douiuwith
with ith In knowledge anti Ild consent consentIoiir consent consentInuir
Ioiir FOi Savannah kanHlh jurors who hear his histetimori hi histeetimon3 I Itetimonl
tetimori tetimonl wore w > r called caled on today toda anJ andcave anJgllB anJgto
cave gllB their IIil I h ir statements tllmlnl which it i i be bei IH I IAnj IcrnpliteI
i Anj ol c jrnpi crnpliteI > < tel the eviJence > iec uiYiciont uiYiciontfor IUmCielt IUmCieltfor
for tin present pres t Gr4tv GInd Jury ury to 10relJrn return lh lhirrliotiienl tIiiriiarultut h hindiorunl
irrliotiienl irrliotiienlKetehan indiorunl iriiarultutKeteliarn
Ketehan Kethllr is i now in ChieuRii licalu and aol ti cut is I no nolonger nn10nKer nolonger
longer in the I employ of the 1 h Ameiican AmeiicanNnvnl Amelil ArneriranNaval
Naval 11 Stores 101 Company
rrnitinir t mn rn 111 nut iin 111 tV tVIlr 4VFur vs vslur
Fur Ilr atiKl i uul Iooil 10 > 1 Ncnroc Suu1rcetillani rI tlan nl > Perlmine of ofStarvation orSt ofSlrvstlon
Starvation St rltln lnnc lnl Miiokenlp 11 ln1 Hler Hler1onr llerIiar thlr thlrFowl
1onr Fowl OiiPirwVA April pri 17 1 7 This Thiswintei Thiwillcr rhiswinter
winter willcr hi hs been the th most never efre for many manyypjiry mlny manycuir
ypjiry 11 cuir The now i k very deep reep and the thowind Ihewild theWifld
wind wild have hl been at trt tln rftng > ni and continuous continuousfor continuol
for flns at II n I lime I im Finn Fi h the principal principalfood princpal princpalfood
food has 11 been very er scarce llr but hii fortunately fortunatelydeer
deer have In been hef plentiful phmlifll otherwise otherwisewholesale olherwiewhollllc otherwisewholceale
wholesale whollllc starvation IIarvation would wOlld hive 1111 been beenthe beenth
the th ie 11111 reaiIt reaiItIuiither
Further Fllll1l > r north nort It along nlon the th t Mackenzie Mackenziethe lucln7ie lucln7ieIhe luchenziethe
the Indians Indlal > l are in a teiljle 111 ter I jle plight pl ht Fur Furl FurLina
l b Lina > me n icirrp > crpl the Hudson Hldon Bay Company Companyiirid CompanyInd
iirid Ind 1 rid radars Imden t have hu1 shut down tight on onKIVIMI oniviJ ongiviruiz
KIVIMI > iviJ any 11 credit Irfil the conaeouencp eoneqlenl being beingthit beingIhnl beingthat
that fllthou lhou gh ph deer are lujmerous the theIndian IhoIndian theIndian
Qmeroll
Indian lin h ve no ainmunitioirqnd ntnntulnitio and cannot cannotsret cannotget
get 11 them rh m and are in a most mOt pitiable state stateMany stateMany tateJan
Many Jan arc mere nlra keletons and too weak weakeven weakIvpn weakevn
even Ivpn to pet It wood wool wood and are lying Iyinl huddled huddledtoRfjther huddledtogelhlr huddledtogether
together in in their t lici r tepees tepeesAt 1pel t epoetuAt
At Chippewynn ChipPwYII and vicinity even where wherefood whererood wherefood
food linn IIa been obtainable Ohita inable the mortility mortilityamong mortlty mortltyaln niortulityamong
among aln the Indians l111 n has hu been very high highsixty highdied highity
sixty huvinir died within wihin twelve months monthsFurther month monthsFuurther
Further Fri er north n h the death rate rle is il still Rt higher higherfit higherrf4iUS1il
fit rf4iUS1il tltl UWU SME 6 HIKE 1116 13 lltH It IIOIIS IIOIISrweltlh US USTwelfth I IrWtlfh
Twelfth rWtlfh Ho legIiieuit lmrn1 IIlt nptarlfmpnt talltllnt of IN INMrnilier 1 1iteniber4 M Mllhtr
Mrnilier llhtr Rrartir Rtahl Trenton TrentonTRBHTOS Trtl1lon Trtl1lonTRIHTON TrentonrsEjros
TRBHTOS TRIHTON April Apri 17 i After Afer a 1 hiU hike > of ofwelve oftwelve oftwelve
twelve twelve hours in which they covered coveredthirtyseven coveredlhirtyaen coveredLhirtySefl
thirtyseven lhirtyaen miles mip eighteen el htfn members membersaf
af the Twelfth Twelth Regiment of the th New ew York YorkNational YorkNational YorkNational
National Guard marched mnrc ed into the Trenton Trentonjrmory Trentonumory Frontontrmory
jrmory at 1045 tonight tnight tired hut cheer cheerrul
rul They were under command cmmand ol or o Capt CaptFrederick CllptFrlderick CaptErederick
Frederick C Harriman Hariman with whom were wereFirst wlre wlreFint wereFirst
First Lieut Lielt Reginald Reynold and Second SecondIieul Rcond RcondLieut Secondlieul
Iieul John J oean of Company eompny I IThe I L Lrue
The members of the detachment were weieill were1IIItuipped wereill
ill 1IIItuipped equipped with the new Harriman packs packsweighing packppllhln packswu4hing
weighing ppllhln twentyeight pounds includ including Includi including ¬
ing i blankets blunket shelter ehelter halves halve pouches > e and andwearing andwelring andwearing
wearing apparel apparel The men were all allpleased ali allpleased
pleased ICIRed with their experience experienc and seemed seemedat seemedifltiidied I
< ifltiidied atsfed at lulled that the Harriman < n pack was as asintisfuctory asuntisfuctory 11 I I
intisfuctory < tilfuctrya a method of carrying crring I a i loud loudis
is they had struck struckThe struckThe struckThe I I
The hike will wi be continued contnued at 7 oclock oclocktomorrow oclockomorrow oclocknmorrow
tomorrow morning morinl and the detachment detachmentAill demchrent I
will 1 camp Cmp tomorrow tomorrw night at either New NewBrunswick NewBrunswick w wHrunewick
Brunswick or Perth Amboy They ex expert cxpect ¬
pert to t reach redJ the Twelfth Regiment RegimentArmory leKlr lteguuxienArmory nt ntormnry 1
Armory ormnry on Monday afternoon afternoonilrclNl aftrnoon afternoonIIlsldc
ilrclNl 1111411 IIlsldc < l < > HfdillnB rdlln for Alllnx 1llIn lo Urldl HrlijilurnorT HrlUc HrlUcDtTnorr
DtTnorr IhTIOI April 11 Miss Misi Juetina Justna Vloran Vloranwas Orll OrllNa
was Na married today to Lieut Charles W WMcCliir1 W1lure Wlclure
McCliir1 1lure 1pventh Seventh United States Stats Infantry Infantryftationed InfantryIUtionAd Infantryutationed
ftationed IUtionAd at Fort Wayne ayne while whie she was wasII
II 1 in b bed d IUshor J hor > Foley performed the thewedding thewlrdlnf theNeddlng
wedding wlrdlnf ceremony at the brides bedside bedsideVIlHH bedsidf I
VIlHH 11 Moran Morn was Wil taken ill i several IevfrBI days davsgo rlavl daysIg
Ij Ig go and yesterday lh the invitations Invltatone to the thewedding thewddlng theuruddlng
wedding and fnd reception scheduled for to t
lay ay were wtrA recalled ncled
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of Contour in a smart durable durble shaperetaining shaperetainingcorspt shapertinirl
corset corct Wear an ADJUSTO ADJUSTOJUST ADIUSTOJUST ADJUSTOlUST
JUST lUST a single sliding buckle and band on each side sideinstantly sidellanll sideJ
J instantly llanll tightened or released rteold without removing the thecorset mecorst thecorsetu
5 du corset corst You cannot do this thi with w1h any other tenet tenetUNTIL corel corelUNTIL
m UNTIL you have once worn wor the ADJUSTO ADJUS ADJU you cannot cannotexperience cnnot cnnotexprienc
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I supreme supremeeascqualitksessential ease easualides qualities essential esential to tohealthandcontentment tohealthandcontentmentS health helm and contentment contentmentOTOUT cntentent cntententSTO
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specially spcaly designed corsets coret to meet met their ther individual needs needsThe nees neesThe needsThe
The ADJUSTO will wi prove a revelation revelationTHE revelaHonTH revelationTHE
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exclusive excusive to the ADJUSTO A DJ USTO are ar of inestimable inesimable value valueto I Ito
to every stout woman With their aid all al excess excessflesh ece eceAesh excessflesh I
flesh is moulded and distributed proportionately proportionatelyOVER proportionatey proportionateyOVER proportionately0VER
OVER the te ADJUSTO ADJ USTO your new gown can cn be befitted b belitted I I6tted
fitted as smoothly as a kid glove and andyou andyou andyou
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Style S t y I e 61 611 6 1 1 Coutil CoutilStyle Couti Co u t i I styles
mailed free to any address addressPRICE
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SIZES 20 TO 36 ROYAL WORCESTER WORCETER CORSET CO COWORCESTER COPRICE COWORCESTER
WORCESTER MASS MAS MAKERS M KERS ALSO L 0 0BON OF OFBON
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nilllamxhuri llal lr Couple 4011111 ln 111 lqe e In ti Instnnnr InstnnnrMpililtie lo loutImtleetuItig IInt
Mpililtie WldllI Flancer Fanll F lanee Cnuite II atIses I an In trre5t trre5tThe rrr rrl l lThe IThe
The th theft ° ft of 11 marriage license 1lI > caused causedpostponement cniida nll > 1
1 a postponement lIt on Thiirsdns iiiphl li tll i c if iftht f fthp
thp wedding weddinJ of if MIH I Mnn Ruti Itai1ich ch of ofDe orio H HDo
Do Knlb Illb avenue Willliiin Wilutllr iIiIainaluturg linrK lo rrank rrankW Frlk Frlkfadprblck FruuukBeaderbeck
W Bradprbeck who IB I in
fadprblck employed inBrooklyn a aBrooldJn utltrooklyn >
Brooklyn deirnrtmtxit stop 1r Tins lhi wns wnsmade WI WIIall wituIflaIe
made Iall known yejtenlny ye teliY In the thl Miinhnttiin MiinhnttiinB dflnhli lnnhattH lnnhattHVenUf tthn tthnIvd1100
B venue police pole oltee court cOlr wh whpr wtir r the Ih bride brirl I > I hp hpecufed heaccused > P Paccused
accused ecufed John Monin il nmn of n th thl the arernj of ofher ft fther ofher
her handbag handl > which contained the tl license licenses leln9 leln9lS
NR s WP welll well as 1Zo 525I K 50 nnd ome jewelry jewelryMiss jlw jlwlss jewoiryliss
Miss lss Rnusch Ra lh vho is nl l years pu r old and andher 1 andicr nr
her lIeI icr flanep fanc obtained obtin the mirnns license licenseon I c nSl nSlll
on ll Thunrlav Thlt I morning und In the th afDr afDrnoon afirnoon ifi ° r rnoon
noon the young woman wOlan went to hr future futurehome rltur rlturhorl futurehome
home horl > nt lt 15ri l l5 Evergreen ver I n n venue 11111 to arrange arrangefor Irmljp
for a f reception which was WJ t ti to < > follow fol01 the themarriage themarriage themarriage
marriage in the evening Ivelin hile hil aba was wacin wasin a ain
in her room loran and another anotl r young youngman rounman oulng oulngman
man she ho said called CRlld to inquire about nbouttho nhulthe aboutthe
the rental rcntal of rooms romR in the Ihl lower part IHrl of ofth ofIh ofth
th ° dwelling dwpling She asked mlee t Ihtl thClTi lit in to stay ta in inher inher inher
her apartments urtil mti slu ha h rouM minimon minimonthe suitanlonth > 11101
the Ih ° janitor aprtments In her ab abII ahscuiee rmv J th Ih men Iln she sheallegpd AI dunahloged
allegpd stole toe the Ih t he handbag hanrlh which had hulbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been left on a table and ane ran rn out Olt of the thehouse tl1 thehouse
house hOIR Vh h hen ° n Miss IIR Haunch 1Iuch discovered discoveredher
her loss 1091 she lihE complained at the tti Ilnmlmrg Ilnmlmrgavenue lumhlrg lumhlrgavenlo hlanihuirgoventlo
avenue avenlo police poI station stationAn staton statonth
An the th bridal coiipl w WI wr r unable lahl to toproclur 10prolllcn toiurcltic
proclur their marriage lic le icensi nne e they the roiill roiillget Iollidjel coil Il Ilget
prolllcn
get jel no minister lo I o inarrv 1 lry th Ihm t Ii m and a ld ldQUllts mud 1ie 1ieguests I Iguiusts
guests QUllts who nscembled lemhlld in I iii the thl evriiing went wentuwnv seiitaway lnl lnlIIwnv
away diRanrioinled dilllnolnied
Oil Friday Frid Irhth j niiht nil ht Miss 1 Ilnusch InlRch while whilewalking will whimwalking
walking wnlkinj alone Rlon Kvprgrwn Everlllm avenue nVImJI roeog recognized O OnizJd
1 niz nizJd d Mornn Iorn and shin Iho followed folowed him lo lohis 10hi I o ohis
his hi home at at 13f Evergreen Eer reen avenue IOUl she shefound Iui Iuifound
found Detective Dlecl c Drum who went welt to Mora MoraI MeriMorans 1Cr 1CrI
I Morans 10ln8 house and arrested him Mias I l isa isaBausch
1 Rausch told the police rlitt she was Wil surt lu lui h hf >
i was one of the two men although althoughdenied nlthou althoughI h hI
I denied it He was held at the thl police pol < sta station Rt RtI stam <
I tion tion on a charge of grand larcqnv larcqnvMiss IlrCIW IlrCIWI huircunyMiss
Miss Rausch was in court yesterday yeRterdavwhen
I 1ss lulch cour
I when the thI prisoner prMnr was Wa arraigned nralgned and andl anaIlh
l Ilh she explained the theft of the handbag handbagand tlndha tlndhaI
and the disappointment which the tll disap disappearance dlsutptearanc I p ppernc ¬
I pearance pernc of the > marriage marria e license IcenR had hadcaused hailcaused I
caused cusd Hhe told Magistrate IR ltmt OReilly OReillythat ORfiy ORfiyI
that the marriage ma rine would probably take takeplace talusplace I
I place plac this week weekAt weekt weekAt
At t the request of the tlJ police the case caseagainst caeI I
I against Moron Iorn was adjournd a < He is il 25 25years 5 5years I
years yeai old and says BYI ho in II a I pugilist pugilistHt purllt purlltf
f I < Ht ilI 1 LtLLEYS LtLLEYSls IIL1J IIJ CtVIIW CtVIIWI CtVIIWIII CNIITIO CNIITIOIlls I 1
III Ills ls Doctor S slsuu > K 1 lip II Han 111 IlaslIrIghits HrlKlil Irlphl llMa U IlscxieCotilpIleSteul I r rCnitipllcatnl t t4omplch1
Cnitipllcatnl 4omplch1 With Wih lIhi IIMlall Ihuease l > lHa e nt tl tile < h > Heart HeartHARTFOBD IIprl IIprlHRTFORO hIartHARTFOUD
HARTFOBD HRTFORO April Apri 17 17For For several 80 er I days daysi dayspast I
i past pnt Gov George Georpe L Lilley Illey has not shown shownany shownany i iIY i 1 I
any IY further furl her improvement along alon the linen linenwhich lnt I Iwhich Iwhich
which so gratified grtlfd his physicians early parlyin I Iin
in the week when they thought thought he would wouldbe wouldhewalking
be walking the streets stret > in n few weeks if ifhe Ifhe Ifhe
he continued contnued to IA gain at Hie t rate rte which whichmarked whichmarked whichmarked
marked his hif recovery Win from the very Vf rv serious seriouscrisis seriouscrisis
crisis of Friday Frday and Saturday of la last lastI > t tweek 1week I
I week Dr Graves Grav0 at the Executive Executve Man Mansion ManI Manslon ¬
sion said lald tonight tnight that there was WI no nochange nochanle nochange
I change chanle for the worse in tho condition conditon of ofOov ofGv ofGov
Oov Gv Lilley Lile yet he remains retlinl in practically pmcticlly
I the same condition conlliton as 1 for 101 a 1 week past pastWhile pSUt pSUtI pastWhile I
While the patient patent i ill resting comfortably
he is by no means out of danger Every Everyday Everyday ¬ I
I day adds to the chances of ultimate re recovery r recovery ¬ I ICQVEr
covery CQVEr Dr Graves said lald the Governor Governorhas
has h had acute aout nephritiu n I congestion congCtlon that thatcomes thntcome thatcornea I
I comes come in under the head of BrightH riht dis dispaae disP3p
paae P3p but we have been careful he said saidnot saidI i iI
I not to say he had Brights BrKhts disease be berause belaUAe because
cause laUAe of the misapprehension that it itmight Itmight itmight
might cause in the public publo mind The TheGovernors TheUovernor Thei
i Governors Attack AttackelmH seems to be compli compliration complI compiiI
I ration with the valvular vlivulnr disease di8el M of the theheart theI theleart theheart
heart leart not an n original disease diseaseI diseaseSparrows
I I Ii
Sparrows fparrow Point Poilt si Steel tlel eel Work orkM to tl Start IRrt I p pI I II
BAinMonu BAITIMOni April Apri 17 When the whistles whiBtlesblow whist whistlesblow I I II
blow hI ow at al Sparrows Iparrw Point on Monday 700 700employees 70 700employees
employees of the Maryland 11ry1md Steel Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany who were wrl laid Iuil off of because belul < of the thepartial thepartial thepartial
partial shutting Ihuting down of tho mills miR will wil go gonack
I
back to work WOrkafllfOr and for the th next ten tel days darAnt nt
least the plant will w1 be hI in operation not lot
in full ful force hut in proportion opertol to the work workthat workthat
that is done there under normal normll comb conditions cOII combtions ¬ I
tions The rail rl mill beswemor and Ind two
blast bllt furnaces furnacl will nwiiiup 111111 resuinieoperationmu resuinieoperationmualualle opprntionH opprntionHValuable opfrtonH I Ialuftbl
Valuable aluftbl Stork llurnrd llurnrdPITISKIFID lurnll IlmirneutPirituivn I
PITISKIFID PIlIFIIIO Mass Ialll Apiil Aplil7 17 The TIl 1Ii barns barnson hars
on the Ill mock farm rlrm of Alono W V Bradley BrdlfIIred I
breeder r of Jersey cows COWl ln md famous for forpri7n rOI forprize
prize winning poultry were binned hUId to tonight tonijht tonight ¬
night nijht Thp loss lo in i JI2000 S12I insurpd inAurlr Six IX IX1eley
Jprsoy cows valued llulrl at Il SI l 00 Of in imported imprle
Jersey bull hul valued value HI atlO atZI200 11200 and two horpH horpHwere horses horseswere horseswore I
were burned bure The barna bUn are ae a total totllo totlloi lose Icesr
r i < Ui
HILL 111 Enniitns is I A 4 4IIiu IOET IOETWho IJETWhl
Who Whl IIiu Can an Help 11111 llrlns ntln It ihien hen Diercs TIueresItroone DiercsHrooine hfres hfresIrllll
Hrooine Irllll Count olnlr tHinly to Sine Ilnl Of OfSeventylive CI CIvlnlvfve Ufusentytive
Seventylive vlnlvfve natives of Vestal Istl Centre CentreTriangle CentreTrial1le Centreirlangle
Triangle Trial1le Nineveh Sinlvlh Whitney Point and andother IIndotll andothet
other otll places plaN1 that got ot into the telegraph telegraphdate tele mph mphda
date da linen lntll when Gov ov 0 Hughes Hu he was wal 8 stumphag turn stump tumpin p ping
hag in the III State Stltf met Inlt at the tht first frst annual annualdinner annlal annlaldimwr annualdintuer
dinner of the Broorne Brome County Association Associationlast 48caton 48catonla8t
last night li lt at the St St Hegte Iegis and sighed for forn
n 1 chance to drop a hook ho k and line lne in the thei theSusquehanna
1 i Susquehanna again againAt aginAt againAt
At At the time tme when Binghamton Bnghamton which whichin whichi
in i the map city of Broomo county went wentby wenth wentby
by h the name of IhemunRO ll mlnlo Point Point there thereused thereused
used 1 < 1 to be shad in th the river rvor and herring herringtoo herrintoo
too Tho s hal > lal came up lp stream It rtm 400 400miles 40 400miles
I mie miles to be b caught cnl ht there nnd incidentally incidentallynt incdcntlly
nt 1 the Mimb ule time there < were bounties on onWOPH oneolve
WOPH 011 and piintpr and RII other fauna faunathat fal fall nl nut nutthat
that lnl the children chidrln of the county now know knowonly knowonl knowonly
only onl from Woods OOdR Natural Satr Nutuj History But Butthe nlltIhf Rutthe
the Ihf hunting and flohing flehingare are lre still ti good ood the thodiner Ihed theliliCiS
d diner 11 told tol each Nch other and ani Street dean deaninR Itanin leaning
inR in Comrnissionor Comriion Bill i Fdwardss ErwarJ fervent ferventwish ferentw ferventwidh
wish w i h that tha even one of us I might have lu1 a atickel aI
1 I ticket back on the uip D L l A W tomorrow tomorrowmado tomorrowIl1do tomorroWmade
made Il1do them th1 all al nod theiq thl > il ruwlit ruwlitMr hII hIIlr heuchsMr
Mr lr Bill Bi Edwards EdwlrdR was down for H I boost boostto
to tt the Srms Hn of Broome Brome At first frRt he hewondered hE hewondered
wondered if he h wn WI1 to t give jive nn address addresson
on the Street StreetCheaning Cleaning Celning Department DeprmmJ When Whenhe
he had decided dcded he was af to t talk of homo homoIhingH hOle hOleI boomthings
things I after IIfr all al he developed dev lopr a strain strainof strin strinof
of poetry that did Princeton Prinlton proud Hill Billmeant Hillmont Hillmeant
meant mont it I too t o He comes rmls from Iisle Iislesame IillleS Iuslesante
same S ml county cunty cuntyIorllr countyIormner
Former Iorllr Assemblyman ASHen Jlan Leslie Lesle J 1 Totnp Totnpkins TompkinR Totnpkins
kins come CIt from frm another State but he hohad hehnd hehad
had a story to tell all 11 th the same about aboutBioome Ibout IboutBroome aboutBroorne
Bioome county politics poltiC It I seems 81emS that a alocal a10m alocal
local 11fldlr leader up II that way rang rn up UI a bench honchmim henchmll benchman
man mll with strict Itrict instructions illtructiols to t hench henchall henchal
all al he knew knl > w for n I candidate cndidate who is a afriend I
I friend frifnd of mine and Inrl has hn the money and will wills wi willtake
take takl care cre of his friends s Half a an anlater In hIlr hIlrIntel hoair hoairlater
later Intel the leader rang rn up again againNever a nainNever a in inNHver
Never mind OBrien he says laYI tis
all al off of offI I I
Ahl off ol nays laY1 OBrien Biien why ye Y n said
he was W1 a friend of yours youraYen your yoursYes I
Yen y I know bawled the boss bOB but
the damn fool fol was WI in the room then then4mon i iAlon
Amonpj Alon 4mon those who attended atelll the dinner dinnerwero dinnerwere
were Dr Eugene H Porter who presided p presidedI ldo j I II
Alec H Seymour secretary er taIY of the State StateDepartment j I
of Health Charles
Department Lundberg Lundbergnight i
night manager mana cr of the New York City CitJ News NewsAssociation New8Alillociation NewsAssociation
Association Supreme Court Cour Justice JusticeNathan Ju8tileNathan
Nathan L J Miller ller the tho Rev Nncy MoOeej McGee McGeeWaters Icee IceeWatln
Waters Watln pastor of the Tompkins Avenue AvenueCongregational A AvenueCongregational venue venueCongrgational
Congregational Church of Brooklyn BrooklynWillard DrooklynWiard BrooklynWlhlarcl
Willard Wiard E lidminster president of the the theHnmiton thehamilton i 1 I I
Hamilton Hnmiton Trust Try Company COI > IY of Brooklyn
Fred O Murray Iurra Collector Col ctor of the Port Por Portof
of Buffalo Buflo and charles tharle8 K Blatchly BltchlJ super superintpndenf Ruperintenrent superintendenf I
intpndenf intenrent of the Joint Application Applcaton Bureau BureauHOWIV Ulrou UlrouWO BureauUOIIN
HOWIV WO IV OF F HO tit SHOT OT TO KILL KILLIlelatlve KnllaUvr KiLLflelative I
Ilelatlve laUvr Hail nought noulhl Her ler Property rollCrl l niter tmnitorForeclosure mlerorfelo niter1oreolinnre
Foreclosure orfelo t and anf tithe hI Was Kraiieratr KraiieratrNEW UI r8 tr trNw
NEW BRUNSWICK April Apri 17 17lrs Mrs Catha Catharine Catharine Catharino ¬
rine McCalie Mcalle of Keyport Keyprt who formerly formerlykept formery formerykept formerlykept
kept a restaurant resturant on o Broad street in that thatplace thatplnc thatpLace
place plnc shot at Peter M Corcoran of New NewYork Ne NewYork
York late yesterday afternoon afernoon ns ho and andMrs umndMrs
Mrs Corcoran were boarding a trolley trolleycar troley troleycar
car for Matawan latan to catch ctch a train for New NewYork Ne NewYork I
York The ball bal passed near the head of ofCorcoran orCorcoran ofCorcoran
Corcoran not hitting him himMrs himMrs
Mrs 118 McCabe lcCab is about 80 years old and andhas Ind andhas i
has ha been ben considered conlirered to be b in good clr1 clr1oiimstances dr drouimnstances
oiimstances CI18tncs until unt recently recnty For soc some sometime sometime I Itime
time she ran a I restaurant in her own ownbuilding i ibuilding Ibuiding
building buiding but business hnsine8 has hl been bn bad bd badShe I IShe IShe
She mortgaged her property proprty for 13000 13000borrowing 110 33000borrowing
borrowing horrolng the money from Corcoran Corornn a arelative areltve arelative
relative reltve A few fe eoks ago her property propertywns
was wn sold under foreclosure 10lcl0ure and the proprty proprtywn mort mortgagee mortgl martguigee ¬
gagee gl go bought it in for the face rac of his hil claim caim caimlrl claimMrs
Sirs lrl McCabe Mcoabe nnd her husband who is isan II isan
an invalid Invald and helpless were evicted evictedHer evictd evictdHer evicted11cr
Her plight plght drove the woman to deeper desperation deeperaton desporation ¬
ation ationMrn ationMrs
aton atonlrl Mrs lrl McCabe lcaho was WI disarmed dilarmed immediately immediatelynftor immediatlylter
after lter the shooting IIhootng and arraigned before beforpRecorder I
Recorder Waiting Wuln on a charge charFe of Attempt Attempting ntempt ¬ I
ing to t kill kil Corcoran Jorcorn and was WI committed committedto commited 1
to jail ai In default dellult of 5100 1000 bail bal Mrs I Ilclbe Iilcluibo i iMcCnbo
McCnbo lclbe expressed no regret saying that thata tht thtI
a I wrong had boon bon done cono h her r and that she sheintended ehoIntended sheintended
intended to kill ki Corcoran CorcoranMr
Mr Ir Corcoran Corcran said ho lived at 880 16 Host HostMlHt EMJ East141st I
MlHt J 41 l street The Bronx BronxAlimony BronxUlon Bronxthhluon
Alimony thhluon Ulon Denied DeniedIifstice 11111d IetiliOjinstlcn I IRllcl
Iifstice Rllcl Dowling Iowlnp of the Supreme HUJrmt Court Courtbus I Ibutt
bus bie denied tho motion for alimony almony and andcounsel Kndcounll andcounsel
counsel counll fee tff matte by Mrs CharieR P PBuchanan PBuclmnln PBuchanan I
Buchanan Buclmnln He Hays IYI the affidavits nfclwitR con convinced convincd convincd ¬
vincd him that thlt th the application npplllton is abso absolutely Iho aisohuitely ¬ i
lutely without wlthout merit mlrt hut thut it may IIP IIPrenewed hI herenewed
ho renewed ren ia il wfd paying if Buchanan BlcbaC1n voluntarily cute cnt off 01 the alimony almony I j
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I lUt DEff nlVEIUT DENE1WT EVICT DISMISSED DISMISSEDliras lIS3IISSEIJtheas SSSEDtla8
liras tla8 Superintendent uprntnllot or SolioolH hooI8 Ito Itomovwl le lietuloved
movwl 10 From Office OfficeITICA OmeICA OfficericA
ITICA ricA April Apri 17 17Aftoreighteon After eighteen eighten months monthsof monthS monthSof
of wrangling wrangJn between btwtcn the Board of School SchoolCommissioners SchoolCommissionerl SchoolCommissioners
Commissioners Commissionerl nnd Martin G Bone Benedict Bne Bnedict Bonediet ¬
dict llprinlendent superintendent of schools of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city Dr Benedict Bnedict ha has l been > een removed removedfrom rmoved rmovedfrom removedfrotn
from his position effective efective at the close cl08elof closeof
1 lof of the present school term June 20 As a aresult arcult aresult
result of the adoption adoplon by the School SchoolBoard SchoolI SchoolBoard
I Board of the resolution reeol tlon terminating trminating its itscontract i Itscontract
contract contrct with Supt Benedict Bnedict accusations accusationsand accuBtions accuBtionsI
I and counterarcusations ollnteraccusations are the order orderof
of the day with wih the result resul that interesting interestingdevelopments interestingdevllopmentB interestingdevelopments
developments in the he situation are pre preI
I dieted dietedi dictedHupt
i Supt Benedicts BnedlctR dismissal dismi81 has aligned alignedthe algned algnedIhe
the teachers tencher pupils pupis and local public puhle gen generally generly gumorally ¬
orally erly into two classes clnsSs One faction racton is isconvinced i ieconvinced
convinced convinlr that the action of the School SchoolBoard SchoolI
1 Board should be b commended and the thosupporters theBlpportr thesupporters
supporters Blpportr of Dr Benedict Bnedict loudly de denounce deI donounce ¬
I nounce nounc his dismissal which they allege allegein alege alegeis
is the direct dirct result of political plical intrigue intrigueKo IDtrlge intriguecharges
Ko 0 charges of any nature were wer presented presentedagainst preBit presentedagainst d dA
against A ainst Dr Benedict Bnedict The resolution rsolution dis dismissing rlismiB diiimissing ¬
missing miB > ing him was adopted adoftd at an executive executivesession execut executivesession e esllllion
session sllllion of the thl th School Board and without withoutpermitting wltholltprmitting withoutpermitting
permitting prmitting the superintendent suprintndent to to defend defendhimRelf defendhimself
himself against the veiled accusation uccl8tion that thathis thathis thathis
his alleged ullepcd disputes with the board were wereharmful werehnrmful wereharmful
harmful to discipline disciplne in the schools schoolsThis schooleThill schoolsThis
This failure to tt give Dr Benedict nedlct iv ivchance I is ischance
chance chanc to present presnt his side of the case c8e is iswhat iswhat iswhat
what has stirred strred up a great part prt of the therumpus thermpus therunipus
rumpus rmpus The principal bone of contention contentionwas contnton contntonwas
was in regard reglrd to the local training school schoolfor schol scholfor schoolfor
for teachers Dr Benedict traillilf insisting that thatit
it was WnE an unnecessary unnecsr expense expnR so long as asthe al asthe
the State Stte maintained normal schools schoolsand schoolsand schooiand
and the School Board Bard holding to t the theopposite theopposit theopposite
opposite opposit It I Is stated Ituted on authority authorlJP authorlJPI
I however that Dr Benedicts Benedictl removal removalwas
was brought to a head by his application applicationto applcation applcationto
to Newburgh for a position when he hewas hewas hawas
was quoted as al saying that the politicians politiciansLOf polticians polticiansof
LOf of Utica IJtic were wer trying tring to get his hil scalp
This remark was reported back bck to Utijfv Utijfvwith Ulu Utitswith
with the tfl result that the decapitation
long Ion I premeditated prmedittd was hastened hastenedlGUEirS hastned hastenedxIGtlts
lGUEirS 1 1118 LAST ALAHtl ALAHtlrire 1 IL4111Ilire L41U
lire Irt Ho norMI rue Hurt Ilrt Going 4 olnt to Olpprll Ulppel Hnlld HnlldIng nuld nuldInl
Ing Inl Hl lu Illaze 7 and Han Jal to He Shot ShotWhile
While Whie answering an alarm turned in infrom Infrom infrom
from Water lter and Dover streets stret just l 11 be before > e efore
fore midnight last night Nigger a fire fre
horse of 0 Engine 7 caught cught his i right hind
shoe in the street car cr tracks us UI the engine enginewas engineWI
was WI crossing crSinl Pearl Perl street and wrenched wrenchedt
off 01 practically prcticly the whole hoof Nigger Niggerjumped Nigjer Nigjerjumptd Niggerjumped
jumped with pain and began limping limpingbut lmping
Ibut but finished fnillhed the remaining two blocks blocksto
to the lire lre without slackening his gait gaitThen ait aitTben
Then it was found necessary nelssnry to t shoot shoothim shoothim shoothim
him him
himThe
The fire fr was in the Dippel Building Bu iding a nnew anew anew
new eight story loft structure at at275 at275 275 Water Waterstreet WalelItreet WaterStreet
street Itreet half a 1 block from the Brooklyn BrooklynBridge BrooklynBridjl BrooklynBridge
Bridge Bridjl The fire fre started in the basement basementwhich ba8erent ba8erentwhich Luaseunentwhich
which with wih the ground floor foor is occupied occupiedby
by From Fn in Farrell Jarrl dealers dealel in plumbers plumberssupplies plumhers8uJplEH plumberssupplies
supplies 8uJplEH It worked up lp the elevator shaft shaftand shAt shAtand shaftand
and damaged damagd the second ecnd floor for occupied
by A M bustard 4 Co C facsimile fa lmie letters lettersand lettrs lettrsIol lettereand
and Iol the third occupied ny y Smith Bros Brospublishers Brospubllher Brospublishers
publishers publlher The whole damage was waahout about
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II IIU ILL I I rifiHT fWIT T HOY mI HIVHES HIVHESPrmhlrnl 116IES 116IESlrt II U6 lIES lIESIresldent
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In II Drmer Ilner HuwlnrM nUNlol1 Men MenDKNVKB MenDguvve tCo tCoDNIR
DKNVKB DNIR Col Col April Apri 17 J7PrEsidlnt 17President President D DP Op 1 1p
P Kingttlpy of the New York Life In Insurance Insuranc Insuratice ¬
surance suranc < Company declares that he will willcontinue wi willcontinue
continue cntinue his hl light lght on Oov Hughes Mr MrKingslpy MrKingsley Jr JrKlnp
Kingslpy Klnp Ipy made that declaration dlclaralon at atbanluet a abanquet abanquet
banquet banluet tendered tndred him him by Denver business businessmen hlllinAR hlllinARmn
men HP said saidI
I have fought Oov Hughes lughe < t and his hispernicious hispricioul lilapernicious
pernicious pricioul policy polcy in panning Minp insurance inurancl
laws lWR that limit the amount of annual
business and will wi continue contnue to fight fght him
in his hi attitude uUIWce toward the New York Yorkcompanies YorlcmpanllA Yorkcompanies
companies I have been told 1 will wi los losmy lOllmy lose losetmiy >
my position positon on account of my m dPtcrmina dPtcrminationsbtit dIrinn dIrinnlon determinationbut
tionsbtit lon hut even so o I will wi continue contnue to battle
for what I know Ilow to he right and will hatte win
in the hf end endI wil
I am m now seeking ekllj Investment for
hundreds of millions milon of dollars dolarA Hitherto Hithertowo Hllhfrto I
wo 10 have invested largely in railroad
bonds 0011 Now ow we desim ci lr to increase increall rairoad our OUI
holdings In real estate IRlatl loans loanl But fut if the thusMtale
Htato HtaI comps > In und Ind tries tn I regulate regllnI our
investments InvcItmen1 by surrounding 8urrounrinj inpm with withcondition wih wihcdlton wittumntlltonq
condition cdlton with which we cannot reason reasozfr4pty
a feljr rMply pl we will wi have to tqut toqult quit
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Bw peremptory a sale of Lace Curtains and Upholstery goods goodswas goodwas
I was held in this city cty several severl days ago Simpson Crawford CrawfordCompany CrwfordCmpany CrawfordCompany
Company purchased the better btter bettergrades grades of of linesand lnes hnes anl anti these theseI together togetherwith togetherI togetherwIth I
I with our ou regular stocks of choice cho e curtains curtats go on stile tomorrow tomorrowat tomorw tomorwat
at prices that t at will wi interest interest those tho furnishing Summer Rlmmer homes hore or orelse orelse orelse
else freshening frEshmung their town apartments
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Newest patterns Onextra nextrl goo gooquality gooqualty gooquality
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values Quantity Quantty limited limitedRenaissance lmite lmiteI limitedRenaIssance
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handsome edge Crimson Cimson myr myrtle myrtle ixtyrI ¬
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Renaissance Renaissnc Curtains S65 650 650Marie 050Marie I
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Irish Point LaceCurtains Lac Curtains f295 f295Handsome f20Handome 295 295Handsome
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Suites and odd pieces in i any desired deired color clor with wt cushions cushionsof
of cretonne crtonne to carry cr out color schemes and ad wall papers to tomatch tomatch tomatch
match We have many decorative deoratve designs desigs in i multicolored multicoloredeffects multclored multcloredefecs multicoloredeffects ppr
effects efecs the bright brght colored Rattans Ratas contrasting contrastng most effectively effectivelywiththe detyely detyelywith effectivelywith
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AllSilk Ailk full ful 26 inches iches wide selling slig in every retail retailhouse reai retailhouse
house throughout the country under a copyrighted copyrghted name nae at atI35regularly
1 135 I35regularly 35 regularly regulry
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the greatest silk sik selling of the season seasonMain seasonMain seasonMaIn
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aged a ed 28 a domestic domestc at nt the University Club Clubgave Clubgave Clubgave I
gave herself herslf up to t the police polc last night nightand ilght nightI I II
I and told tld a story of poisoning pol onlnK William WilliamAndernon Wilam WilliamAnderson
Anderson of Northeast Pa in Novem NovemIKT NovemINr Novemher I
her 1807 1807She 197 197Ahe S SShe
She said 8id she loved Anderson Anderen and was wasemployed W wiseI wiseemployed S Semployed I
employed in his brothers brotherl hoilse holse whore whorehe
he boarded She wanted him to t atop atophis stoplila I
his attention attnton to t another woman wOln and gave gavehim gavehim I Ihim
him a love philtre phitre composed cmpo d in part of ofblood I I
blood from her own veins veinl which she put putin putIn putin
in his coffee without his knowledge and andwhich I I Iwhich
which hftdrank he drank Ten months monthe later he heWHS heWIS hewuhs
WHS WIS married to t Miss Esther Scouller Seoller and andon andon I
on the same Bme day he died of blood hloo poison poisonIng pol poisoning on
Ing IngThe I
The Ihe Pittsburg woman said Bid she felt so sobud I Ihad Ihad
had over his death that she became hecme in insane InBne insane ¬
sane Bne and was confined confned for a time tme in the theKrlc theErie > IErie
Erie County Insane Asylum from which whichshe whichKhe whichshe
she was WUf finally fnaly discharged Word Wor was wasreceived wnrlclved wasreceived
received rlclved from Northeast Northl8t to the effect effectthat elect electthut etreotthat
that Anderson died of blood poisoning poisoningcatiged poIsoningcausd poisoningcaused
caused causd by pulling a hair from his hil nose noseth nOle nOleth nosethus
th thus Main oay rlY he wan married marrier Emma EmmaBaker EmmaJkEr EmmaBaker
Baker JkEr said MidI
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from 1 know It It was the love 10Vepbltll philtre I
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covers cvers fringed frin ed all ul around arund in boat boatshades boatshades at atshadet
shades shadet of green or red 1 yard yardsquare yardsquare yutrdSquare
square OSc values valuesSilk valuet valuet5Uk valuesSilk
Silk Portieres Porteres 985 985A
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some sme rooms complete line lne of the thebest thebt thebest
best bt colors lors I
900 90 Irish Irih Point Lace Lc Curtains Curtans I
1000 100 Renaissance Cur Curtains Curtains Curtame
tame tains 850 50 Cluny ClunyCurtains ClumyCurtains 5
Curtains CurtainsTapestry P 90 U UTapestry
Crans CransTapestr
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Excellent Fxclentquaiy Excellentquality quality Armure Anure tapes tapestry tape tapetitry
try tr trimmed trmmo with choice choic tapes tapestry tape tapestry ¬
try borders brer 450 45 values valuesTapestry valuesTapestry valuesTapestry
Tapestry Portieres Porteres 395 395Mercerized 3 3Mercerized 395Mercerized
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with heavy hev tassel tasel fringe frnge silk Bik cord cordVan ord ordVan cordVan
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gave him that thRcau8d caused his death I thought thoughtIt thnuh
I It would attract him to me but after afUr I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had given it to t him he avoided me more morethan Jon Jonthn ntorsthami
than thn ever and I loved him so I have havebeen hllvp havebeen
been ben driven crazy crzy by the thought tha ta 1 1caused 1I Icaused
I caused cused his death for I love him still stillMagistrate stL stLMaRistrat iutihlMagistrate
Magistrate MaRistrat J J Kirby held tho wonwn wonwnuntil wor wonlsliuntil
I until unti an investigation inveetgaton can cn bo b nude mde iiiU1 iiiU1her mitt mitther
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Mpvcnlh rvtoth nexlmrnt Rt lmfnt Veteran Ctl Olnnpr OlnnprThe OlnnlrThe PinnerThe I
The veterans veterne of the Seventh Sventh RegmiPii RegmiPiiare Regilll
are to have a dinner at the Hotel ASM ASMon AttM AttMon Astaron
on Monday evening April 19 The event eventmnrrks IWEI CVCfl CVCflmusrke
mnrrks mmks the semicentennial of the oreani oreanization or oranIration ant antznton
ration znton of the regiment and the nnniver nnniveraary anulversary anniversary
sary of its It departure for the front on onApril 01 Ii IiApril
April Apri 10 1801 The veterans v teranf of the til civil civilwar ci ciwar chiTwar
war are to have hVA the places of honor 1 Th ThColowlllg h hfollowing hfollowing
following Colowlllg speakers sptaker have promised PrmJslrI to he hepresent hfpreent h hreutent
present preent Congressman Congreman J 1 Van Verhlii VerhliiDlcott VnchtPItulcott 1111 1111Olcot
Dlcott Olcot Patrick F I MoGownn MoGowll Edward M Mdrout 1 1Grout IGrout
Grout Elijah Eljah R n Kennedy Kenney the Rev Rv JoinWealoy Join 111111Wesley hl hlWele
Wesley Wele Hill Hi and Col Daniel Appleton AppletonKlnilm Appletolmira AppletonFlours
Flours mira College ColeKe Iiimeturan IiimeturanThe lunoloo lta ltaTh ttirt1Si ttirt1Sijhe
The annual luncheon lunchen of the Elmir ElmirCollege Elnir ElnirColpRe ElnuirCollege
College ColpRe Club of New York City will wi take tnkplace tk tkplc takeplace
place plc at the Hotel Majestic ajltlc at I t 1 oclock oclockon oco oco1m ochwon
on Saturday tury April Apri 24 Dr Chatlea CharJe r rJefferson E EJeleron I IJefferson
Jefferson Jeleron and Mrs Ir Knte Upson Clark Clrk are areh t fn fnhe
h he the after altfr dinner speakers pealers Miss MilA Cor CornellA Corneli 0 0nelbt
nellA neli P Dwight who has tn been henprof profwcn profwcnof n
of mathematics mthemtcs at Elmira College Cole e M i to tobo wb tObe
bo b a c guest of thoolub 9

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