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RESOLVE TO DEPOSE SULTAN SULTANjimVHl SULTANSIlOUt SULTANs
jimVHl s IJMV1 C t YOUNG TURKS CLOSE CLOSEIX
IX 1 ON o J S CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTANTINOPLEMHIIJ OlSTNTI OPLE OPLEIII
MHIIJ III HrImenU Faithful F to Them ThernIu ThernIullIecrM Mu Mutineers Iu Iutlllllr ¬
tineers in City fty Weakening WeakenlnATalk Talk of ofMilitary ormlltary u uMiilry
Military Dlctatonulp and Vengeance Vengeancetor
tor lletott neOItIftllf PlrdKM to Jt Foreigner Foreigneripeilnl Ferfllnlflnoptd1I
ipeilnl pc1 Cable Deipatcket to Ta TUK Sos SosCONSTANTINOPLE SUHCOiSTANT1 SuxCoSTMrnSOPLE
CONSTANTINOPLE COiSTANT1 > OPLE April 18 18Turkeys 18Turkeysrritial 18Tuk 18Tukritia Turkeys Turkeysrritiuil
rritiuil ritia hour is at hand but the indica indications indlcnlion indications ¬
tions are that it will pass without blood bloodshed bloodhtd bloodshed ¬
shed It does not follow that last Tues Tuesdays Tuesdar Tuetlys ¬
days dar > work will stand It may ay indeed indeedbe
be reversed in a few hours and in much the theMine th thfuno theMIBO
Mine fashion in which the revolution of ofUitt orlI1 ofIwt
Uitt lI1 t July was accomplished accomplishedThe
The Young Turks are mustering a far fargreater rarreltcr targrator
greater reltcr military force than the conspira conspirators ¬
tors ors of a week ago deemed possible They Theybavo Theyhao Theybavo
bavo established their headquarters eight eighteen ¬
een em n miles from the capital and they send sendperemptory eendperemptory sendpcreaiptory
peremptory demands for the prompt promptrestoration promptrestoration promptrestoration
restoration of the Government which was wasoverthrown wasoerthrown wasoverthrown
overthrown last week This time they theymake theymake theymake
make no concealment of their determina determination ¬
tion to depose the Sultan whom they per persist perist perFist ¬
Fist ist in connecting with the therevoJt therevoJtThe revolt revoltThe revoltThe
The principal body of f the constitutional constitutionalforces
forces is assembling at Spartakulal where whereMOO I
8 MOO < XX troops from Salonica Adrianope AdrianopeMonastir AdrianopeMonastJr AdrianopeMonastir
Monastir and other places have already alreadyarrived alreadyarrlld alreadyarrived
arrived Tho deputation of members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chamber who went to remonstrate remonstratewith
with them yesterday give conflicting ac accounts accounts accnnts ¬
counts of their negotiations negotiationsThe n gotlationsThe
The watchword of the forces which are areassembling areIl8pmbJlng aressembling
assembling Is Our religion and the con constitution contltution contitution ¬
stitution Their present demands are arethe arethe arethe
the punishment of f those responsible for forthe forthe forthe
the recent revolt the restoration of the theCabinet theCahinet theCabinet
Cabinet under Hilmi Pasha and absolute absolutefreedom absolutefreedom absolutefreedom
freedom of discussion in the Chamber ChamberThe
The leaders of the advancing advanc InR troops troopsn troOploked I Iiiked
n oked > kcd the deputation of deputies if they theyenjoyed theyInjoyerl theyvnjoyed
enjoyed full liberty of speech in Parlia Parliament ParliarnEnl ParHainent ¬
ment Seventeen replied In the affirmative affirmativennd al rmative rmativeIInd
and thirteen in the negative The Tbellpokes TbellpokeslI1all Spokes Spokesman pokesman ¬
man of the troops then declared declaredSo
So long as a perfect liberty is not re restored retur1 reCtIrl ¬
stored wo shall remain here We are not notI nothrl
I 1111 en to provoke a fratricidal war and we weIn wein WeIn
In not think of such a crime against the thefntherland thefntherland thefatherland
fntherland We realize that an exchange exchanged
f d f chots hot I would lead to foreign intervention interventionnnd
nnd ie therefore avoid extreme mess meaau
u r rM s I IVPrtheless j jNevertheless
Nevertheless we have the means of ofuicting oft I IIling
t uicting Iling Constantinople without firing firinga
a hot if necessary n We do not want ad adIIP adIl adVtLc
VtLc IIP Il Return to Constantinople and give givevice giventvicc givetlvice
ntvicc vice to the garrison which is desti destitute destitute destitUtk ¬
tute of discipline We know how to re reNpeet repcl reIitcL
Npeet military honor and civil power powerYour powerYour powerYour
Your best course cour ili m to expose < e those re refponsible refOlI8ible reonsibIe
fponsible for the abominable clot who
nniut bo severely punished punishedMilitary punishedIiIitary unlshectIilitary
Military obedience is completely want wanting wantill ¬
ing ill in Constantinople Try to restore restoreit rest re reit
it by every means Be assured we shall shallremain shaHr shallremain
remain r until we are satisfIed that a fresh freshnttack freshnttack freshattack
nttack upon the constitution consti ution will not be beittemptod beattempted beattempted
attempted Discover the culprit Wo Woare Welr Woare
are lr ready to crush whoever it is isThe laThe isThe
The foregoing was communicated to tothe tothe tothe
the Chamber and another ano her delegation was wasn waspnt waswith
n pnt > nt with what result is not known k own as asyet asvet asyet
yet yetThe
The news of the watchword and the thedemands theremandl thedemands
demands of their Salonica comrades is iscirculating Isireulating I Icirculating
circulating among the mutineers of ofTuesday ofTUp8day ofTuday
Tuesday and so childlike is the ordinary ordinal
Turkish soldier that it Is not improbable improbablethat
that they may receive with open arms armsthe armsthe armsthe
the troops who demand the undoing of oflast oflaRI oflast
last weeks work It may happen there therefore therelore I
fore that the outcome of the situation situationwill siuaton siuatonwi
will wi bo lJ a l reorganization of the Young I ITurk
Turk forces Corcs the possible deposition of oftho ofthj ofthu
tho Sultan Sulan and a new start of tho con conrtitutional conFtitutonal contitutjonaJ
rtitutional Ftitutonal government goverment on that basif basifI basiThl baifhls
Thl I his of course would be tho best tiling tiing
that could happen but it would be alto nltoK altoether I 1
K I ether th r premature to prophesy such a ahappy ahappy I Ihappy 1
happy result rlul from the present premises premisesIt premilesI
It I cannot be doubted that the Voung oung
Turks are re grimly determined to remain remainin
in complete complet control cntrol at any cost The Theixxt Thenxt Therxt
ixxt few hours will wllhow show whether they are areahle areahle areable
ahle to muster mustlr a sufficient sufcent force to over overIwe overawe I Iawe
awe Iwe rmolt those thol who are really behind Tuesdays Tuesdaysrmolt Tlelys Tlelysrol
rol
hhould holirt it come to a trial of strength strengthireit strengthS
I S great Irlat massacre talllCre would be apt to follow followIn folow folowIn
In the meantime the negotiations negotations con continue conInuE conliflue ¬
tinue InuE and as stated Itatd at the outset the thehances thehnnce thec
c hances favor a peaceful pacful settlement settlementlh settement settementh
lh lhe h Ulema llema line hal issued ilue a manifesto alm almiK almirll aiming
irll ing iK to reestablish r tablsh relations felationl between btwen the thefoldicry theolrlen thenIljerV
foldicry olrlen and school trained officer ol officersThe el
The Vena tl ma has also al8 sent snt delegates to the thelian thearrck
lian iarrackM arrck < ck < > to explain to the soldiers that thatihe thatIh thatThe
The Ih Kicrc sacred > 1red < i law prescribes obedience to toofficers toofcm tooflicers
officers ofcm These The it is promised will wi be bepunched b beruniheI
punched pllihd by the State if they break the therepuUtioriM therulation thereL1lLtjflq
repuUtioriM but they must not not be inter interfered iuterrred IntertrreiJ ¬
fered with by theaoldierH theaoldierHMated the soldier soldierII >
II I J ii Mated ftatet that the Ministry lnistry of War WarHegriphed Warrpll Wartferphpd
Hegriphed rpll d to Erzeroum and Trebixond TrebixondIf
If In troops from the Fourth Corps to tolengthen tonlthcn
lengthen nlthcn the garrison here and wan waniiiiihed wa waI wastujhed
I iiiiihed II > d to receive a reply that the
1 ourth olrh Corp orp intended to march Duch on the theipitil thelap
I lap < ipitil to restore the constitution coulUtution coiistittitionHnt
Hiism IIni Pasha commander of the Sa
lonira lfljr troop who is coming here has hasniMfted hasTilid hasrItlfied
niMfted the Ambassadors AmbaIadors and foreigners foreignersonatantmople foreignersI
I onatantmople lon8tantinople that they have nothing
I fear The Salonicang he says merely merelym
m a at protecting the constitution and andpunching and1lmhing andIthIhiug
punching the rebels rebelsMustafa rebels116afa rebeleIstafa
Mustafa 116afa Effendi Efendi Deputy from Aleppo AleppoI
srl d I the new President of the Chamber of oreplJe
ItepiUie eplJe gays ay that the report that Izzet Izzetia Izet Izzat1jad
IJar ia < i Pasha Assistant A8slttant Minister of War Warimder Warnder WarInder
imder the 111 Young Turk regime r had ha haft been beenmurdered beenrnlrdred beenrI
murdered rI n i untrue untrueLi untrueApril
Li 10 DON DJ April Apri 19 The Constantinople Constantinopleirp Constantnople Constantnoplerpondent ConstantinoplerOrrepnf
rOrrepnf < irp rpondent pomlent of the Daily DaU MM Mal says he
Iai lea uuttionty autholit for forIlng forsaying saying that tho Com Committee Commltl Cornmiltee ¬
mittee mltl i Of > f Union and Progress Progres intends intendsir
frl tirst ir to t retake Constantinople Con tntlnople and then to toinstitute tofltItt1tC
institute 1 llltl a military mitary dictatorship until untl the thefiintry theIltry therflhlntry
fiintry Iltry < is il entirely tranquil tranqui taking tklngmeas tklngmeasilre meas measircs measre
ilre ircs re > to safeguard safcluard Pam Per and the Europeans Europn8 Europeansr
11 r > he the capital capitalFullest capitl capitlFUlest ct 1tal 1talijhiest
Fullest FUlest precautions it Is promised promi d will wi
he taken tnl to prevent reprisals by the theilaL
Prtlii Piht00 ilaL > Stamboul Stmboul will wl bo b swept clear of offanatical orI ofIt
I It fanatical faMlcal element at 11 any price pric
Thfl fh h correspondent orre pondent asserts asrts that the theroops
troops troop in Constantinople Constantnople will wi not resist rsist
the he advancing Young Turk troops troop It I Is IBported IsTJorted Isreportej
TJorted reportej ported that already several severl barracks barracksre brk barracksarekertCi
lre dEoerted re c erted not noteven even the theaenfrles sentries remain remalni remalne
In me meI tr i fenfies
I SheConstantinople she e Coneta Constautjno1c Constautjno1cr > le icorrtopond rpndentf rpndentfI ntof
I
r
the Time explains the ease ee with which the
YoungTurk Young Turk troops trooplapproche approached the capita capitaunopposed cplt capItaunopposed
unopposed unoPPCed Four battalions batalion of fortress fortressartillery rortreg rortregartier fortressartillery
artillery artier stationed sttoned at the te Important T Teha Tehatal Tahataidja ha hataldja
taldja tal ja lines Une had mutnie mutinied nnd Inr gone to toConstantinople toConstntnople toConstantinople
Constantinople Constntnople and the Adrlanople and andSalonica and8110nlca and8alonlca
Salonica 8110nlca battalions battalonl passed through the thedoor thedor thedoor
door dor opened opned by their desertion dterton oftheir oftheirpost or oftheirpest their theirpt
post
postThe pt
The Thoeorrespondent correspondent corspondent adds that that many of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Constantinople Constantnopte soldiery seats aem to have haverepented haverepnted haverepented
repented repnted of th their ir mutinous conduct conductSome conductI conductSome
qtlno8
I Some have dlsappeareTTand disppeare and the garrison garrisongenerally garritongeneraUy garrisongenerally
generally is il nowise nowis in a militant mitant mood moodVIFNNA moo moodVIENNA
VIENNA April 18 18The The A Ntles Nenea n 8 Wiener WienerTagblatt leltr leltrTalblat WieterTagblatf
Tagblatt prints a Monastir
Talblat lonatir depsatch say ¬
ing that the Sultan is i8 negotiating negotatng with withthe withthe withthe
the Committee Commite of < OnIon nion and Progress Progressconcerning Progressconcering Progressconcerning
concerning his hil abdication abdicationSlLTAN abdicaton abdicatonSVITN abdicationStLT4N
SlLTAN CONDEMNED CODE IW TO TJ DEATH DEATHReported IEITII I LIT LITReported i iRfportfd
I IHlonleWalhlpt
Reported Rfportfd Action 40ton or Young unl Turku Trin at MNalonlca atSaIonIeWarshlpi
Nalonlca HlonleWalhlpt SaIonIeWarshlpi Warihlpt Desert Deset DesertSpctaI 1lmSel Him HimXp
Xp Sel SpctaI < ctal CuN C Dtipatci Dnpalcl ta TH Tea SUN SUNBELGRADE SUI SuzBELOIIADE
BELGRADE April Apri 18 t8A A despatch from fromSalonica rrolnSlonle fromSalonica
Salonica Slonle states that the Committee Cmmitee of ofUnion orUnion ofUnion
Union and Progress ha has condemned condemnedAbdul ondemned ondemnedAbdul condemnedAbdul
Abdul Hamid Haid to death deathThe deathTe deathThe
The Te Turkish warships warahip at Smyrna have havesent haveBnt havesent
sent Bnt to t the committee cemmltee a promise to go to toSalonica toBlnlc toSalonica
Salonica Blnlc to support the Young YouP Turks TurksMUTINY TurksJIUTINI TurksMIJTINI
MUTINY AT S ftnIlO S4ILING At LINO TIME TIMECrew TUIErew TIMEcrew
Crew rew of the Indiana IndIaa Said Ship Was Over Overloaded OnrloadedTIrteen OverloadedThirteen ¬
loaded loadedTIrteen loadedThirteen Thirteen Arrested ArrestedThe ArrestMThe ArrestedThe
The steamer Indiana of the Norton Line Linewhich Iinewhich Linewhich
which was Wa due to r sail i yesterday yetray morning morningfor
for La L Plata Plta Argentine Argentie Republic Republc was wasdelayed wasdelaye wasdelayed I
delayed delaye in leaving her pier at the foot footof footof footof
of Fortyninth Forynith street 8tet Brooklyn until untillate unt untillate
late in the afternoon aferoon because becuse of a mutiny mutinyof mutny mutnyoUhe mutinyoftheorew
of oUhe oftheorew oftheorewThe the crew crewThe crewThe
The Indiana Indiana had hd a cargo crgo of mixed mixedmerchandise mixedmerhandie mixedmerchandise
merchandise merhandie and n complement of about aboutthirtyfive abut abuttiryfve aboutthirtyfira
thirtyfive tiryfve men m men n Five thousand tons of ofstuff ofstuf ofstuff
stuff stuf had been put away along with w Ith fifty fify
United Unite States Stte mail mai bags bag The Indiana Indianawas
was to have hve put out at 7 oclock oclok but a alittle alte alittle
little lte before that tht time the members member of ofthecrew ortecrew ofthecrew
thecrew tecrew went forward forar to where Capt CaptParker CaptParker CaptParker
Parker was and demanded demande an audience audienceThey audienceTey audienceThey
They Tey told the captain cptin that the tie ship was wasoverloaded waloverlode wasoverloaded
overloaded overlode and that unless un esome some of the thecargo thecrgo thergo
cargo crgo rgo was taken from the hold they theywould theywould theywould
would leave leve the ship shipShes IhipShes shipShes
Shes not overloaded overloded and ant youll you1 all allsailor al allsail
sailor si sail or go to jail said sid the captain cptin Oet Qetto Oetto Oetto
to your quartern quarternThe quarterJ quartorsThe
The men refused refu ed to obey obEv Then the thecaptain thecptain thecaptain
captain cptain took tok a committee commitee of or the men over overthe overthE overthe
the thE ship and ant showed them that the ship shipwas 8hlpwa shipwas
was not overloaded overlodei The men still sti re remained r rmalne rerualned ¬
mained malne In a bunch on deck and refusal refuse1to
to t do the work necessary n e ry for the sailing sailingbut sting stingbut
but their committee after talking it
their commite arer over overwith overith overwith
with ith them agn Igre agreed el that if an expert exptrt from fromthe rl tramthe
the Board Bor of Marine Underwriters Un erriter3 would wouldvouch wOlld wOlldvouch wouldvouch
vouch for the safety of the ship they would wouldgo woul
go back cl to their quartern quarter An export exportwho exper exportwho
who was Wa sent for made an examination examinationand examinaton examinatonand
and told the men tho ship was wasle wasleSow safe safeNow safeNow
Now you men get to your quarters quartersor qUlrter
or Ill lJ have you YOI arrested aretf for frr jputiny and anddelaying anddelaying anddelaying
delaying the Unite Unie I States 8ttemri 9u1ny mail said saidCapt saidCap saidCaptParker
Capt Cap CaptParker Parker i
AH but thirteen thlren of the crew went back backon backo
I on o the tl job The FourtrToViSnue Fourh i potlbV potlbVstation u uI tistation
I station was wa then comniunicltsi with and andj 3n 3nI andtwenty
j I twenty reserve r te serv poliroruen polcemen with Ith lures lurespatrol threpatrolwagon threepatroiwagons
patrol patrolwagon wagons wore wtrent weresent tent to the pier Th Thi Thmutineera
i i mutineers mutlner ouhmitteJ fuhmitt quietly quletly to arreit arreitrejecting areltrejecting nrretrejecting
rejecting another clnnco chme that WT > given giventhem ginmthem giventhem
them to return to their thlir tasks tk They will willbe wil willbe
be arraigned arraigpd in the th Fifth Fih avouua a UU3 police policecourt iolce iolcecourt policecourt
court this morning chirgoi with mutiny mutinyand mHlnvad mitinvand
and ad delaying Unite1 Uni State t mail mailThe mai mailThe
The ship weighed anchor at at I oclocc ocloccin ococtin
in th e afternoon aferon with her crew filled fle out outfrom Olt outfrom
from frm another shin shl of the thl Norton Line Lne Lineots
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1J ots II OF HW 4f mTiFiEu mTiFiEuVmM 11 trRII trRIIfc
Vast Crowd fc Witnesses ltn ssf C < Ceremony > rrnion remll > In Hi HiPeters HtletrIPope MlPetersPope
Peters letrIPope Pope Venrratu lfrat R HelloIfC1a Hello HelloCrn le8 le8own
own > IfC1a Crn Cabl 11 ILipfl > ip7fb o THK TIK SUN SUNROE SUNRoIE StlNROME
ROME April Apri 18The HI The ceremony of the thebeatification thl tImebeatification
beatification batifcation of Joan ofAro of A ro took place placethis plac placethis
this morning morninj It I wart conducted by byCardinals byCardinals byCardinals
Cardinals Rampollu Ramola nnd Martinelli Martineli and andother andother andother
other Cardinals attached atached to the Congre Congregation Congr Congregation ¬
gation gat ion of Kites Ites JIitoashstd JIitoashstdSt nBsinted nBsintedSt lslted lsltedSt
St Peters Pel JH wan Wili richly ducoratud ducortud und undbrilallty urn urnbrilliantly
brilliantly brilallty illuminated iluminaled A demise delo crowd crwd crowdwas
was 118 preMint including pilgrims pigrims and wor worshippers worshipPII worshippers ¬
shippers and a number nlmber of onlookers at attracted attraced attracted ¬
tracted traced by tho thl th rare ceremony cromony with wih its itsgorgeoUH I Itsgorgeous
gorgeous gorKeolM and elaborate ritual including includingexposure includingexposure includingerposimre
exposure of the relics relC of ottho tho beatified beatifiedThe batifd batifdTho beatifiedThe
The Popewho Pope who did not attend the core ceremony cre cremony corernony ¬
mony descended to St t Peters in the theafternoon thearteroon theafternoon
afternoon arteroon to venerate venerte the relics relcs There
was again an immense immens assemblage at lt thin thintime tbit thistime
I time Pius was attended atend l1 by seventy seventyFrench seventyFrench
I French prelates besides be ldel the officiating officiatingCardinals oflciating oflciatingCardinals officiatingCardinals
Cardinals The most impressive Imprestivt mo moments momants ¬
I ments of the impressive function were werewhile werl werewhile
I while whie the PO PoP Poxi XJ knelt in the Chapel Chapl of the theSacrament theScrament theSacrament
Sacrament Scrament before the altar alar on which the therelics therelcs therelics
relics relcs were placed placec amid the tense > e silence silenceof sienc
of the multitude and am when he afterward afterwardblessed afterwardi afterwardblessed
i t blessed blel d the kneeling knceln congregation congregationThe congrgation congrgationI
I The be Government foverment had posted p tedoO VOOO OtO troops troopHin
in the Square Suare of St Pelers Ielers to prevent preventpossible preventI preventpossible
possible pssible hostile hosle demonstrations demonltratlons and to toassist to1IBt toalat
I assist 1IBt in controlling cOJtrolln the enormous crowd crowdbut crowdbut crowdhut
but everything was orderly The clang clanging clanKling clangIng ¬
ling ing of the bells blI in every one of Romes Romeshundreds Romel Romeshundreds
hundreds of churches announced the
hundrd con conclusion conelusion ¬
announcd
I elusion of the beatification batfcaton ceremonies ceremoniesffJVIMI c cqrernoniasJIIJL remonie remonieJIJf
JIJf JIIJL ffJVIMI IMST IHIIII IHIIIIBarking 111 111Brkln5 luLl luLlHarking
Barking DoS Led Ledflurt Burl 1 llumplirr lumphr > to a aWanderer aanc aWanderer
Wanderer anc rr In the Woods WoodsCounty WoodsCounty oudl oudlounty
County Judge Burt J J 1 Humphrey of ofQueen ofQusen ofQueens
Queen county told some friends yester yesterday yestr yestrday yesterday ¬
day how he found foun a very ver small sma1 boy in inthe Inthe Inthe
the woods near Flushing avenue Jamaica Jamaicaon
wos
on Friday night The boy is Irwiii Irin Bigg BICs
4 year old whose wh01 home Is on Flushing Flushingavenue Flushingavenue Flushingavenue
avenue Jamaica JamaicaOn Jaaica JaaicaOn
On Friday the boys bY1 father was wa ill 11 of ofpneumonia ofpneumonia
pneumonia and the child chid hearing his bismother hismother hismother
mother Bay sy something about sending for fora
a doctor called cale jbu1rog a bulldog that is a family familypet ramilypet familypet
pet and started off ot with the dog to look lookfor lookror lookfor
for a physician He was w8very very soon 80n lost lostand lot lotand lostend
and he wandered Into the woods woos with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the dog following followingWhen ro followingWhen owing owingWhen
When the chi Id was misled mlled search searchwan sear searchwas < h hwa
wan wa made for him by members membel of his hisfamily hisfamlv hi hifamily
family famlv but no trace trac of him was 11 found foundThe roundThe foundThe
The police polc were then notified notfed but the thefact tbeflot thefact
fact flot that the boy by WAS wa as missing miing was a not notmode notmade notmade
made public publc Judgo Humphrey who wholives wbolves wholives
lives lves not far from the woods wood into Int which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the child chid had hd wandered was wa walking walkingwith walkingwih walkingwith
with wih his niece niec when whn he heard a dog dg bark barking barkIng barkIng ¬
ing in the woods Wondern what wht had hadoioited ha hadexcited
excited eoit d the animal the Judge walked walkedback walkt walkedback
back bak among amon the th tree t and eoon came cameupon camouon cameupon
upon the little ltle < boy who was WI sitting Ilttnz on onthe 00the onthe
the ground Round crying cring with wih th the < dog by his hisside hi hisaide
side sideJudge Ilde IldeJudIe aideJudge
Judge JudIe Humphrey and his hi nece nIec took too the theboy theboy thehey
boy to t the Judges Jud house and later Iltr Mrs MrsHumphrey MrsHumphrey I
Humphrey took tok the child chid to his hi home homeThe homeTho
afternoon The boys bs father fatbe died on Saturday Saturdayafternoon Satuday Saturdaygttenioon J I
flon flonJ tm
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AMZI AMZIJJU L BARBER DEAD AT 68 68STORM 66S7ORU 68sTolfI
STORM CETHE CENTRF tOll 101 YEA rEAR1 fEARS US IN IffTHE INTIlE INTIlE
TIlE A8PUALT IPIIUT JtlMXESS JtlMXESSMIth HVNEfl HVNEfllh
MIth i lh Ith Castro In Exile lale and nL the Trust Ur Urslorril Re ReItor Restored
stored Itor d to Favor I aor In Yenerurl fneulla He Had HadUrrnSearehlnc lad ladUf hadIJen
UrrnSearehlnc Uf IJen n Searchlll SearchIng California aorla for Aiphalt Aiphaltntirn Alphal Aphaltbrn
ntirn hfn He 11 Veil Ffl Fcll Into His Is h1I hast Ialt Illness IllnranAmzi Inf InfAmzi IllnessAmzI
Amzi Lorenzo Joren7o Barber Brbor president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the A L I Barber Brber Asphalt Company and andthe andthe andthe
the dominantfigure dominantfgure in twenty years of ofbitter ofbitt ofbitter
bitter bitt fighting fghtng bet weencompanies between companies that thatcontrolled thatcontrole thatcontrolled
controlled controle asphaltum m lakes in Venezuela Venezuelaand
and Trinidad died at 11 I oclock on Satur Saturday Stur Sturday Saturday ¬
day night nigh at his hi home ArdMey Ard ley Towers TowersArdsleyontheHudson TowersArleyonthe TowersArdsleyontheIludson
ArdsleyontheHudson ArdsleyontheHudsonMr Arleyonthe Hudon HudonMr
Mr Barber returned retured a week ago from fromCalifornia fromCalifornia I ICalorla
California Calorla where he had spent a month monthinvestigating monthinvestgatng monthinvestigating
investigating investgatng the asphalt resources resourcs of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that State 8tt and in securing control of de deposits depois deposits ¬
posits pois to take the th place pJCl of the Bermudez Bermudezpitch BermudezpIth Bermudexpitch
pitch pIth lake which is again in the control controlof
of the General neral Asphalt Company Compnythe Companythe the so socalled socled socalled
called cled asphalt trust Last Lst Monday he hecaught hecaug liecaught
caught caug t a severe svere cold which ran quickly quicklyinto quicklyinto quicklyinto
into pneumonia For several sev ral days his hiaphysicians hisphysicians hisphysicians
physicians believed bleed that the illness ineS was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not serious but at 5 oclock oclok on Saturday Saturdayevening Saturdayeveiing I
evening Mr Barber Brbr began to sink sinkMrs sinkMrs
Mrs 11 Barber Brber who was Julia Jula Le L Droit DroitLangdon DroitLngdon DroitLangdon
Langdon Lngdon of Harrisburg Harisburg Pa before her hermarriage hermarriage hermarriage
marriage to Mr r Barber Brbr on June 1 1871 1871and 1871and
and the two daughters daughter Airs II Samuel Smuel T TDavis TDavh TDavis
Davis wife of the president of the Loco Locomobile Ioco Iocomobie Locomobile ¬
mobile mobie Company of America and Mrs MrsCharles 11 11Charles MrsCharles
Charles S Vance of Washington were wereat wereat wereat
at Ardsley Towers when Mr Il Barber Brber died diedMr die diedMr
Mr Ir Barbers Brber only son Ie 1 Droit L Barber Barberdied Barberdie Barberdied
died die about four y years < ar ago The funeral funeralwill runerl runerlwi funeralwill
will wi be tomorrow morning moring at It 11 I oclock oclockat
at Ardsley ArdsleyTowers Towers There Threwi will be b another anotherservice anothersrvic anotherservice
service srvic In Washington where Mr 111 Barber Barbermaintained Brber Brbermaintaine Barbermaintained
maintained Fourteenth Fourteenthand
maintaine a residence reidence at
and Clifton Cllon streets and the burial will willbe wi willbe
be b in Washington WashingtonAmzi WahingtonAm7
Amzi Am7 L I Barbers business interests interestswere
were extensive extnsive and his estate eltte is lale largo
Several Sveral of his associate said last lat night nightthat nieMthat nightthat
that it might be considerably more than thanSoO
SoO 0000000 In fortyfive rortyfve years yers of an un unusually unusualy unusually ¬
usually usualy active actve career Mr Barber Barbr in interested interest interested ¬
terested terest himself hlmll profitably proftbly in real estate estateand estateand estateand
and automobile automobie manufacture as 4 well wel as asbecoming osbe asbeoming
becoming be omlng the principal figure fgure in market marketing marketing marketing ¬
ing asphalt asphaltHo
He was most widely known for tho part parthe prt prthe parthe
he played in developing the business buslneS of ofproduping ofprou ofprodu
produping prou produ ing asphalt asphal and for his hi success succesagainst succes successagainst
against competing concerns concrs in trade tradebattles trde trdebtto tradebattles
battles btto which turned tured Venezuela upside upsidedown upsidedown upsidedown
down for years and tarnished tarniehe the repu reputations reputatons reputatlona ¬
tations tatons of a number numbr of men mpn The history historyof
of the fight fght between btween Amzi L Barber and andhia andhis andhis
his company the A L I Barber Asphalt AsphaltCompany Asphal AsphaltCompany
Company Compny and the New York and Ber Bermudez Bl 13crmudoz ¬
mudez company a subsidiary concern concernof concrn concrnor
of the trust Is a story of South S uth American Americln
revolutions revolution long and involved i volve legal legalbattles legalbtlC legalbattles
battles btlC libel lbel suits sulL charges and counter countercharges cuntercharges nter ntercharRes ¬
charges It involve involves a good goo share srotbe srotbestrenuols of ofthi ofthiStreniotis tu tustrenuous
strenuous strenuols activities of Cipriano Castro tatro tatroIt Castrolately Cnntroatelr
lately It ly President President of Venezuela enezuel and touch touchipon t touches touchesupon uch I
upon the annoyance of Cabinets CIblnet3 appeals appealsor appils appilsror
for or gunboats and the retirement of dip dipbmatt diplomat diplomats
bmatt lomatIr lomatsMr bmattMr
Mr Ir Barber Brher was born at Sxtns Sax Saxtons tons River RiverWindham RherWindham RiverWindham
Windham county Vt on June 32 1843 1843He 183He 1843He
He moved mov d to Ohio in 1852 and wan Wil grad gradtated gradulted graduated
tated ulted from Oberlin Oberln College Colege in 1867 He Hestarted Hestarl Hestarted
started starl d in to teachtaking t ach taklng charge of the thepreparatory theprprtory thepreparatory
prprtory preparatory department deprtment of the th Colum Colum3ian Columbiu Coitimbiami
biu biami 3ian University Unierst Afterward otrard he became becameprofessor bcame bcameprofesor becameprofessor
professor of natural philosophy at the theColumbian theClumbian theCoiurnbian
Columbian and rem remlned remiined lined thsra th ra uitil U1t
1872 ThenhecamstoNewYork Then hecamtoXew York studied studiedlaw studiedlaw tudiedIlw
law Ilw and tnd was gr graluit1 < iu t fron fro 1 Columbia ColumbiaUniversity ClumhiaUnlvedity alumbiaUniversity
University law school in 1870 1870Previous 18it 1816Previous
Previous to that time Mr Ir Barber had hadII hadbaconi
1 l hecolo baconi > ecomo interested Inlenftld in the th growth of the thecity theCi thecity
II city Ci of Washington and had dabbled in inWashington inWashingtn inWashington
Washington Washingtn real pstal Illate > in il a small mal way wavAmong wa wamon wayAmong
Among mon his hi > friends at the capital waJohn waJohn wa waJohn
John Sherman hpnln of Ohio Mr Ir Barber and andI andSenator
I I i Senator Snator Sherman went into the thl real 1111 realfate v vtatc
tate biiMnens buillel together togptbEr Mr Ir Knrlxr Harwr di ditreeling ii iirectug fl flrecting
treeling rectug it actively ac1vd and they made a great greatdeal Inat Inatden greatdeal
deal I of money moneyAbout moneyAbout
I About 1870 S7t the Government Goverment l twk tuk < t > k up upIhe upthe tipthe
the matter matcr of pa pving pavlnt vine Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Pennlylvanla
avenue finally flaly liinilysolecting Helecting Melec ing a material which whichwan whichwa whichwas
wan wa a new thing thinl hero hel then and very much muchin muchin
in the experimental stage tagI asphaltum asphaltumMr aphaltur
Mr Barber studied ttudied asphalt until unt he know
all al there tlpn was wa to know and understood understoodthe
the possibilities pOl ibitie of the busin si He Heclosed ll llcosed lieclosed
closed cosed up his hi real realpstate estate business blline and Ind went wentinto wel wentinto
into asphalt as 18 a paving contractor cntrActor He Hestarted Ie Ieataned Hestarted
started the concern cncr of A L J Barber BarhtrCo A ACo
Co o in 1S7S HI il Five J1ve years later he ht got it itincorporated i itIncorporated
incorporated as a the Barber larlr Ai Aphal Asphalt AsphaltPaving > plmlt plmltPaving
Paving Company That name still utillexisttt 111 stillexists
existtt exllK as 0 the title tite of the thf principal sub subsidiary RllhIdlary iih iihsidiary ¬
sidiary company rmpalY of the asphalt trut trutthough trll trtitthough t tthough
though Mr Ir Barber had been out of it for foryears foryell foryears
years yearsAt yell
At that day the most mol utablt > anphaltum anphaltumfor phalum phalumror
for street paving pving was dug from a lake in inthe inthe inthe
the Inland of Trinidad Trnidad British ground groundThe glundThe groundThe
The Barber company bought from many manyleaRholdef manyieasehoders
lea leaRholdef ieasehoders ehoderH who controlled controled the lake lakehut lakehut lakehut
hut the Government Governtont of Trinidad Trinida had held heldout heldOllt heldoiitfiveacresortiie
out oiitfiveacresortiie five acres Icrl of the lake and Hold natural naturalasphaltum naturalIphum naturalasphaltum
asphaltum Iphum right and left to whoever whoeverwould whev61would whevarwoiiid
would buy The beauty of the scheme schemewas
was 18 that a as font fQt as a the Government Goverment du duasphalt duaphalt dug dugasphalt
asphalt aphalt from it i Itaflveacrehoidingthe five fve acre 4Cf holding holdlnl the hole holefilled holefned holefilled
filled fned up upagaln again from the inexhaustible Inelhautlble lake lakeMr lakelhlr
Mr 11 Barber got the leaseholder to sue sueIt Iue Iuef sueIt
It f was a famous case which occupied the thehigh thehigh thehigh
high courts courU of England ngiancI and bothered the thePrivy thePry thePrivy
Privy Pry Council Counci but at length Mr lr Barber Barberbought Barberbought Barberbought
bought up all al the leases lea including the one oneheld oneheld oneheld
held by the Trinidad Government Goverment and andthe andthe andthe
the Crown made Trinidad behave The Thenew Thenew Thenew
new leaaeholdlng company an essential essentialpart e essentialpart entil
part prt of Mr Barbers rbrs concern cncrn was wa known knownas
as the New Trinidad TrinidadMr
Mr r Barber Barbr builtup bui up a big business bUfine9 which whichattracted whichatracted whichattracted
attracted atracted a circle of Philadelphia Phiadelphi capital capitalists capltal11ts ¬
its 11ts in 18H J8II P A B Widener William Wllam B BElkirn BElkin BElkins
Elkirn George T f D > Widener and George GeorgeW GeorgeElkinl
W El Elkinl Elkins kins among them and which inter interewted Intere interested
ewted e ted also Gon Francis FrlncL V Greene soon soonafterward 800nar soonafterwartl
afterward ar wan Police lolc Commissioner of this thincity thiscity thiscity
city These fhefe men with wih Mr 11 Barber formed formedtho rormedthe
tho first fnt of a J series MerO of asphalt asphlt combina combinations conbina conbinaton coniblnations ¬
tions ton of which the General en ral Asphalt Com Company Compny Cornpany ¬
pany pny of today is I the tie final Inal outgrowth outgrowthThey outprowth outprowthThey outgrowthThey
They called the first the
caled flt one Asphalt Com Company Compny Cornpony ¬
pony pny of America Americ capitalizing cpitlblng capitaiizlngltat3ocoo it Iat3O at 30000
000 0 and taking tking over seventy big and lit little Jt Jttie littIe ¬
tie companies Mr Barber turned tured over overthe overthe overthe
the Trinidad Lake JkeJohn LakeJohn LakeJohn
John M 1 Mack of Philadelphia Phiadelphia a poli politician politcan pollticlan ¬
tician tcan and millionaire milonaire got Into the th game gamein
in 1000 10 and the National Na ional Asphalt ArphaJ Company Companywas Comrny Comrnywa
was wa organized orgnize and absorbed absorbe the Asphalt AsphaltCompany AsphaltCompany
Company of America Am rlc The capital capitl was wasnearly wanearly A Anelrly
nearly doubled but the now ne concern oncrn was wasi1eeCf wasComtinvetloaBecowJFcge
ComtinvetloaBecowJFcge i1eeCf
S
ASLEEP ASI EEI 0 IN THE THETicklish TIF HllIN HllINTIcklsh JI11NItTIcklish
Ticklish TIcklsh Job Rescuing R seoDS Man Lying on onNarrow onNarruw onNarrow
Narrow Walk Above Abve Railroad Ralrad Track TrackSomebody TraelSmebody TracksSomebody
Somebody Smebody peering yesterday after afternoon ater aternoon afternoon ¬
noon from a western wetern window of the Santa SantaMonica SantaIonlca SantaMonica
Monica apartment house at the foot of ofWest ofWet ofWest
West Wet Seventieth Seventeth street overlooking the theNew theNew theNew
New York Central tracks and the Hud Hudson Hudson Ilmideon ¬
son River saw a sight that s Bnt sent nt him himsprinting himsprintng himsprinting
sprinting sprintng for the nearest nearlt policeman policemanOn polceman polcemanOn
On a wall wal twelve inches wide that sur surmounts surmounts surmounts ¬
mounts tho precipice beneath the apart apartment aprt aprtment apartmont ¬
ment house a man lay sleeping Any Anybody Anyboy Anybody ¬
body boy could nee that if I the man should shouldroll shouldroU shouldroll
roll over in his hil slumber slumbr he would fall fallseventyfive ral fallseventyfive
seventyfive sevontyfve feat fet and land plumb on the therailroad therairoad therailroad
railroad railroadBetween rairoad railroadBetween
Between Betw n the sleeper and the Santa SantaMonica SantaMonica SantaMonica
Monica is a wall wal ten feet higher than the theone theone thisone
one where he lay On this higher wall wallgathered wal wallgathered
gathered gathere FA F Griese Grese the apartment house housejanitor housejanitor housejanitor
janitor Policeman Polceman Tarbush and several severalother severalother severalother
other men anxious to rescue recue But how howto
to reach rtaoh him If I yelled at there tbtre was the thechance thechance thechance
chance that he might be awakened awakene so sosuddenly 10 10suddenly sosuddenly
suddenly that he woutd wou d fall to the tracks tracksYet traoksYet tracksYet
Yet the man who would waken him gently gentlywould gentlywould gentlywould
would have to descend deend ten feet fet and do dothe dothe dothe
the job while whie standing on the twelve twelveinch twelveInch twelveinch
inch wall himself himselfOne hlmse1 himselfOne
One of the watchers watcher got a rope They Theytied The Theytied
tied ted it around the policeman olceman and ho was waalowered W Wlowere waslowered
lowered lowere down like lke a hunter for sea ta birds birdseggs bir birdseggs
eggs on the face of an island Islnd cliff clf The Thepoliceman Thepolceman Thepoliceman
policeman polceman got a good goo grip on the sleeping sleepingman
man and then wke him and marched marchedhim marhe marchedhim
him hm for eeventvflve seventyfve feet along the narrow narrowledge narrowlege narrowledge
ledge lege with wih the others other moving along above aboveand aboveand aboveand
and holding the rope until unt at Seventieth Seventiethstreet Seventeth Seventethstreet Seventiethstreet
street the two were able to mount to firm firmground fn firmgrou
ground groundAt grou nd ndAt ndAt
At the West Sixtyeighth street station stationa
staton statona
a few minutes minute later the man who had hadcaused ha hadcaused
caused cause all thl rouble was sent to a cell cellfor cel cellfor
for intoxication Intoxction and allowed al0wed to resume resumehia resumehie resumehis
his nap He said sd he heJea hewos was Carl von Miller Mier
41 4 years year old electrician elftriclan of 203 2 West WestSeventysixth Wot WotSeventysixh WestSeventysixth
Seventysixth Seventysixh street str et Why he bad chosen chosenthe cholen cholenthe chosenthe
the wall wal for a couch and how he got there therehe ther therehe I
he was unable to state at the moment momentIn
In the night nght court cour Von Miller Mier gave gaveMagistrate gaveIagstrate gaveMagistrate
Magistrate Iagstrate Barlow Brlow the perplexing infer infornfation inor inormtlon infernition
nfation mtlon that he had just dropped dropp down downon
on the wall wal to let a train go by He was wasfined WI wasfined
fined fned SlO 10 which he did not have
I ACCtSEI ACC E D PI STRIKER STRIKERWoollen STRIIER STRIIERWuoll STItIIERWoollen
Woollen Wuoll Mill II Man Ian G Ge Ges t From om First Fnt Cabin Cabinto
to Kill Island IslandW
118
W v J J Hill Hi a young Englishman Engllhman who whosince whosince whosincelaat
since sincelaat last November has been superin superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
tendent of a woollen wolen mill mi in Philadelphia Philadelphiawaa Phiadelpha PhiadelphaW4S
was somewhat surprised surrlee on his hi arrival arrivalirestorday arrivalyeterday arrivalyesterday
yesterday yeterday In the cabin of the White Star Stariner 8t4rlner Starliner
lner liner Baltic allc from Liverpool to learn learnthat learntht learnthat
that tht he had been ben accused acsed by a former formeremployee formeremploye formeremployee
employee employe of the mill mi of bringing English Englishweavers Englsh Englshwever Englishweavers
weavers wever into this th country contrary lntrar to tothe tothe tothe
the provisions provisionl of the contract labor law lawImmigration lawImmigaton lawImmigration
Immigaton Immigration Inspector Inspectr Keep Kep told Mr MrHill MrHi MrHill
Hi Hill that tht he would have to go to the t he Barge BargeOffice Brge BrgeOl BargeOffice
Office Ol o and stand examination examinationMr examinaton examinatonMr
Mr Hill Hi explained the situation situaton to his hiswife hi hiwife hiswife
wife and she went with her three tre young youngchildren YOlng YOlngcidren youngchildren
children cidren to a hotel hoto1 After ACer a preliminary preliminaryhearing prJminary prJminaryhear preliminaryhearing
hearing at the Office Ol Mr Hill
Barge
hear Brie ce r Hu was wasdetained wa wasdetained
detained detine for examination exminaton today and was waiorderedavmrto wasomemmtto wasorderedmTit1o
orderedavmrto omemmtto Ellis Els Island lie le said saidic sid sidhe saidhe
he ic was wat a responsible re nslble person and asked askedf
ir f he might not be paroled prole and spend the thenight thenight tilenight
night with his hi family promising proml ing to show showup Ihow Ihowup showup
up in the morning at the metting m tilg of the thespecial thespcial thespecial
special spcial board bard of inquiry that thtt will wi he1r he1rhie hoar hoirlie hoarhis
lie case ms He was told rld that all al alien alen pas passengers pal passengers ¬
sengers under charges charge were treated treate alike alikeMr alikeMr
Mr 11 Hill Hi sailed saied for England two months monthsi monthago monthsago
ago i go to dispose of his property propery there and andaring andbrng andbring
bring brng his family ramiy here There has been bn a astrike astrike astrike
strike at the mill ml and the places of the thestrikers thestriker thestrikers
strikers striker it is il said have hve been ben filled f1ed with withweavers withwevers withweavers
weavers wevers brought from the other side sideThe sideThe sideThe
The workman who makes mlke the affidavit affidavitis al dit ditis
is supposed suppsd to he one of the men Im Imported Imported imported ¬
ported who has been ben won over to the side sideof sideor I
of the strikers strikersIIEII strikei strikeiI strikersIlEif I
IIEII I Ell TlllHlt Tlln HAY II IT A 4 TREE TREElialnr TIlr TIlr18Inf TIEElIaIne
lialnr 18Inf a Cat of Greenwich Illlaer llIsc lal May Maylie I
I
lie le Hescurd R Todaj TodajIn TodaIn
seuc Toca TocaIn
I IviaKe
In Christopher street strt park prk Greenwich Grenwich I Ivillage
village viaKe stands ttand a tree tre and In that tree tre sits sitsKUine sit sitSElaine j I IEline
Elaine Eline the cat cat Elaine Jlaine haw ha tenanted the thetree I
tree Kim Saturday noon nOol She may move movetoday movetoday movetoday
today todayIn
In the houses housel around Christopher street streetpark strt strtprk streetpark I
park prk live several lveral citizens ct7ens of credit creit and re renown renown renown ¬
nown When Elaine the catflod catfed cat fled from a aharrying aharrying aharrying
harrying world to the sanctuary lctuar of the thetree thetre thetree
tree tre on Saturday Saturdy some of these thet citizens citizenstried cit citizenstried ens enstried
tried in vain to coax her forth Dilernt Different
from most mOlt other villager vlale3 is Greenwich Gr6nwich in inthe inthe inthe
the lack of catnip beside iU i fragrant fragrantnm rrgrantlmeM fragrantlanes
lanes nm > H All 1 Saturday Rturdsy afternoon afernon Elaine Eluinefpat Elainepat ElaineClint
pat noisy unuthema Icathema upon a villainous villainousworld viailoul villaimmotieworld
world orld All Al that night nllht she howled and anddodged anddod2ed anddodged
dodged cobbles robbll Yesterday a sleepy sleepyvillager j I
villager viafer whose whos house hous is a few feet from fromElaineit rlOl1 rlOl1Elainel frontElaines
Elaineit Elainel tree tr protested to the police policeUntil polp pohipeUntil
Until noou 100 Elaine yowled cheerfully cheerfullyThen cherfullyThen
Then came < s me Policeman Polcman Sullivan 8ull vo n 200 2 pounds poundsHo pound1e
Ho 1e got a stepladder and mounted to toits toits toits
its top Then he boosted two boys into intoIhe Intothe intothe
the tree tn They climbed and Elaine Klainespringing Elaineslimingimig lalneHplngillj
springing Hplngillj into the topmost branch re retreated rt retreated ¬
treated backward to the uttermost Itenost twig twigof
of that branch and shrieked thrielud the anger angerthat angerthat angerthat
that was wa in her herThe herThe herThe
The boys bYM had to crawl down without withouther wiholt wiholthfr withouther
her hfr Policeman Polcman Sullivan Sulvan folded his step
ladder and ploughed buck to the Charles Charlesstreet Challol Charlesstreet
street stret station stationLieutenant sta stationLieutenant lon lonLieutennt
Lieutenant Lieutennt he said sid as Al he saluted sluted the thoman theman theman
man at the desk I raided the joint but butgot butgot butgot
got no prisoners I respectfully repctuly submit submita
a requisition rquisiton for an airship alr hlp hlphe
The he lieutenant leutenant called cled up the S P C A Aand Aand Aand
and it was Wi agreed agred that another attempt attemptto atempt
to catch Elaine would be made madetoday today I
1000 1010 rURlJE TWICE LOST LOSTMrs 1SIr LOSIMrs
Mrs r H II I llnnnrwellt lonofwell Bauble Found by byItalian I byItlis
Italian ialan Disappears Dapp arl at Pawnshop PawnshopBOSTON PawnhopB08lON PawnshopBosToN
BOSTON April Apri 1 ITh ° The loss of a gold goldpurse goldpurse goldpuree
purse studded Itudded with wih thirtyfive thirtyfve diamonds diamondsvalued diamondsvalued diamondvalued
valued at more than JlOOO 110 by Mrs MrsHollis MrsRolls Irs IrsHols
Rolls Hols H I Ilunnewell Ilnewe1 of Wellesley Welesley who whowas whowus whowas
was formerly Mrs Ir Arthur T Kemp
became known last night night through the thearrest thearrelt thearrest
arrest arrelt of Pietro Gnmbro 37 years yeai old oldof oldor oldof
of 17 1 North Square fuare No trace troe of the thepurse thepurle thepurse
purse has hal been een found foundMrs fOlnd fOlndIr foundMrs
Mrs Ir Uunnewell Hunnewel took tho purse purle with withher wih wihher withher
her when she attended atended the opera oper on the theevening the theevening theevening
evening of April Apri 12 1 and after afer leaving the thetheatre thetheatre thetheatre
theatre mimed it i She notfd notified tint the1police police policeand polc policeand
and the arrest arrelt of Gambro lost night by
suIt inspectors inspctors of headquarters was WI the re result reBult rasuIt ¬
sultGambro
Gambro is a pawnbroker pwnbroker and accord according accordIng according ¬
ing to the th police polco he received recived the purse pursefrom pure purerrom pursefrom I
from a young Italian Itlan This Thil man says be beFound heround hofound
Found the purse outside the Boston BostonTheatre BostonTheatre BostonTheatre
Theatre and took tok it to t Gambro for ap appaUnl app appalsal
paUnl p aiI He fYs says he left lef It and when hen he hereturned hereturned hereturned
returned to get et Gambron amhrs verdict was was1told wastold
told tld tboJowhoareeeamb that it wnoniTvatedGambTOs was wa lost The man notified notifiedwnoniTvatedGambTOs notled IB
60 MILE PAGE OVER BRIDGE BRIDGEIOLICEME BRIDGEOIIOEVfN BRIDGEIOLIVEVLN
IOLICEME WITH WITI PISTOLS IISTOI OlT OlTSTOP OFTTOI OlTTOl
STOP TOI MAGISTRATES II4JISTlt4 TES AlTO AlTOThen 4TO 4TOThn 1 1 TO TOThen
Then Motorcjcle Cop oP IurnulnK lurulnJ ExplaIns KxplalnsThat Jxplaln JxplalnThat ExplaInsThat
That Its Is All AUa m Test est to Show the Magls MaglsIrate slagisirate larI larIIrate
Irate That Motorcycle Mm Irn Do Tell TrllIhe TIl Tellthe
the Truth About Catching atchlnl Fast ut Cars CarsMagistrate EarsMagistrate arl arlMagiBtrate
Magistrate MagiBtrate Joseph E Corrigan and two twofriends tworrienda twofriends
friends Aleck Keogh son of Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCour SupremeCourt
Court Justice Justce Keogh and Monson Monon Morris Morriswho Morriswho Morriswho
who ran for Congress CongresS last fall rai in a Long LongIsland Lng LngIsland LongIsland
Island district broke aU records for speed speedlaw speedlaw speedlaw
law violations violaton yesterday morning on the thenow thenew thenow
now Queensboro Bridge and ran ri plump plumpinto plumpinto plumpinto
into a barricade barricae of fifteen fr ten angry police policemen polce polcemen policemen ¬
men Some of the bridge guardians guardian had hadtheir hadtheir hadtheir
their pistols out others other made a demon demonstration demonttration demontitration ¬
titration ttration with wih their clubs cubs and all al with withtheir withtheir withtheir
their voices voicesIt voicesI
It I might have been unpleasant or em embarrassing embarraing embarrassing ¬
barrassing barraing for the Magistrate and his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends if a pair of motorcycle men from fromPolice rromPolc fromPolice
Police Polc Headquarters Heaquarter8 hadnt dashed dahed up upThey upTey upThey
They Tey had hummed humme over the new bridge bridgeat I Iat
at a shade hae les leas than sixty 81x Y miles mies an hour hourchasing hourchasing I
chasing cbalng the red r tail tai light lght of the Magis Magistrates Magistrates Magistrta ¬
trates fast car cr At that H t took a minute minuteor
or two to smooth the feelings of th the police policemen polc polcmen policemen ¬
men for they had been chasing chaing speed speedburners sp speedburners
burners burellllll all night and were wer sore and tired tiredThe tred tredThe tiredThe
The two motorcycle men were Bon BonM Bn BnM BenM
M allam aiam outer guard of Commissioner CommissionerBinghams Comml88lonerBinghams CommissionerBinghame
Binghams and Secretary Secrtar Slatterys Slaterys offices officesat ofc ofcat
at Police Polc Headquarters and the most mostdaring mostdring mostdaring
daring dring motorcycle motorccle men in the depart department deprt deprtMent departnent ¬
ment and Jack BJckert who conspires conspireswith conlplr conlplrwith
with lllam Mallam to nab nutomobilists nutomobist on onBroadway onBroadway onBroadway
Broadway and Fifth avenue After Ater the thegeneral thegeneral
general gerl raid on speed spe law violators violatol u ufew Ufew afew
few nights nghts ago Mallam and Rickert had hadnumber hada hada
a a number numbr of cases cs before brore Magistrate MagistrateCorrigan MagistrteCorgan MagistrateCorrigan
Corrigan Corgan The To Magistrate Magistrat was inclined inclinedto Inclined Inclinedto
to poohpooh pooh poh their stories storie about fast fastmotorcycling rat ratmQrrcclng fastmQtoreycling
motorcycling mQrrcclng Mallam said sid there wasnt wasntan want wantan
an automobile automobie in New ew York that could
run away from him if traffic tratc didnt block blockthe blockthe blockthe
the trail tri and he told Judge Corrigan Corrign a afew afew afew
few stories etore about catching ctching the joy riders ridersat ridei
at fifty ffy and ad sixty miles an hour Judge JudgeCorrigan Judg JudgeCorrigan
Corrigan Crgan opined opine that a fast automobile automobilewould automobie automobieould automobilewould
would get away from a I motorcycle motorcyce any anyday anydy anyday
day dy in the te week weekAll wek wekAl weekAll
All Al right rght said sid Mallam Malam if i you want wantto
to try it Judge you can have an oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity next Sunday morning monng We are aregoing aregoing arogoing
going out after speeders speelll and we will wi be beit beat beat
at the Manhattan Manattn entrance of the Queens Queensboro QUOM QUOMboro Queensbow ¬
boro Bridge Brdge at about 4 oclock ocok in the themorning themorning themorning
morning Just you come along and try tryto tryto tryto
to get away from us and see se what hap happens happen happens ¬
pen pensThe pens pensThe
The Te Magistrate told his friends rrends Keogh Keoghand Kegh Keghand Keoghand
and Morris about abut Mallams laHams suggestion suggestionand euggeton euggetonand
and both were keen ken to try They Tey bor borrowed br brrowe borrowed ¬
rowed rowe a big White Whie steam 8lm car and found foundMallam foundlaUam foundMahlam
Mallam and Rickort lurking at the
laUam Rckert lurkng Queens Queenstoro Quen Queenshoro
toro 010 Bridge Brde approach The Te Magistrate Magistratenailed Magstrato Magstratohale Magistratehailed
nailed hale them tem and Mallam la1am and Rickort Ricker told toldim toldhim toldhim
him im to go ahead ahed Magistrate Corrigans Corriganaprobation Corrigansprobtion Corrigansprobation
probtion probation officer ofcer McKay a handy man manwith manwith manwith
with a machine was 18 at a the steering teerng wheel wheelof
of the automobile automobie and McKay at the theword theword theword
word from Judge Corrigan threw her herwide herwide herwide
wide open openAt openAt openAt
At first frat the auto got a long start on onMallam onMaliam I
laUam Mallam and Rickert Ricker The motorcycle motorcyclemen
men had ha to pedal pal their wheels whel up to a afourteen a afourteen
fourteen fouren mile ile an hour clip clp before the gas gasbegan gubgan gasbegan
began bgan to bite When the power came on onfull o onfull
full ful the red tail tai light of Magistrate Magstrte Corri Corrigans Crrigans Corrigans
gans machine wfcs w away ahead ahe on the theroadway theroaway theroadway
roadway roaway of the new bridge shooting like lke a acomet acmet acomet
comet cmet over the measured meaured course coure of one onennd onennd oneand
nnd a fifth fifh miles milesThe mies miesTie milesThe
The Tie automobile automobie was W8 doing forty miles milesan mie miean
an hour before bror it had ha gone a tenth of the thedistance thedistanc thedistance
distance distanc McKay hiked hkld it up until unti the thelittle theltle thelittle
little ltle hand on the speed spee indicator flopped floppedover foppe
over to BO 1 The Te party in the white car carhal carhad
had an indistinct vision of infuriated infuriatedpolicemen infuriatedpolcemen infuriatedpolicemen
policemen polcemen who hailed halej them every now nowand nowand
and then and shook shool their flats fsts Above Abovethe Abovethe
the roar of the flying car and the noise noisemade noisemade noisemade
made by the wind 8 as a the machine bored boredinto bord bordInto boredinto
into it i they couldnt ouldnt hear htr the police whis whistles whistle whisties ¬
ties tle behind and ahead abe but the cops cp on onthe onthe onthe
the Manhattan side and at the towers towerssent towerssent
sent alarms to the watchers on the Queens Queensend Queensend
end
Rearing the other side McKay caught caughta cught cughta
a Hash fah of a big squad of policemen plcemen drawn drawnup drawnup
up across aCrOl8 the roadway roadwn They were werebrandishing werebrnndishinR werebrandishing
brandishing nightstIcks nlphtstlcks and waving re revolverx revolve revolvers
volverx It I WI wax Impossible Impihle to gp g on to tothe tothe tothe
the end Cot of tie measured meaured course coule without withouthurting withouthurlnp withouthurting
hurting hurlnp somebody somebod and McKay Mowed Moweddown slowediOWfl Ioweddown
down the big car and came er to an im important important haportant ¬
portant stop right in the middle of the thepolice thepolc thepolice
police polc barricade barricadeNow barricadeSIW iarricadoNOW
Now SIW git out of there quick Iuick half hlI a adoen adozen adoren
dozen cops yelled yele to the men in the White Whitecnr Whie Whieer
ear er Youre Your under arrest nn nnwhatinel whatinell whatinelldy whatinelimean
dy d O mean anyway Pont you YOl know knowyou knowYOI knowyou
you YOI fools that you might have killed killedHomebody kied kiedIollbody killedsomebody
Homebody lit C1 out outHo outJe outBe
Ho Je still ti aid McKay Mea humorously humorouslyYoure humorouslyYours Jy JyYollru
Yours too noisy for regular cops 0p This Thisis 1hl
is i Judge Judg Corrigan This is il a speed > Jed trial trialyou trialYOI trialyou
you YOI chumps chumpHWell cllmp chumpsWelt
Well Wpl chump chum > you you red headed headedMick1 headedlck headedMick
Mick lck shouted houtfd one on of the policemen policemenMagistrate Jolcemen JolcemeniIBlitrote policemenillagistrate
Magistrate iIBlitrote nothln Youll 011 git it magis magiatrated magistrated magistratei
trated all 11 of you Come along now nowJudge nowJudge nowJudge
Judge Corrigan corri n laid nothing but heglanced he heglanced heglanced
glanced back anxiously a lou9ly and saw w Mallam Mallamand MaHamand Mallamand
and Rickert streaking st aklng it along the road roadway roadway roadway ¬
way In a few seconds they were off ot their theirwheels theirwhepls theirwheels
wheels and explaining < to the offended offendedpolicemen ofended ofendedpolcemen offendedpolicemen
policemen polcemen that they were responsible
for the speeding speeing and and that the Magistrate Magistrateand M glstrat
and his party had been invited Invite by them themto themt
to t serve sere as pacemakers The cops said saidthey laid laidthey saidthey
they guessed It was WIS alt al right and every ¬
body shook hands handsMallam handslalam handsMahlam
Mallam lalam timed the flight tight across acrol the thebridge thebridge thebridge
bridge Tho he automobile automobie covered cover a bit bitless bitlee bitless
less than the mile mie and a fifth fth In just 80 80seconds 8 soseconds
seconds which is il I pretty prty close to sixty sixtymilen sbttymien sixtymiles
miles mien an hour The motorcyclists motorcclst were weregaining weregaining weregaining
gaining fast when the automobile was wasstopped wasstoppe wasstopped
stopped stoppe and would have caught up in inanother inanother inanother
I another quarter mile milej mie milerIU1
j I II PRIVATE rIU1 RItTE ITE IHffT IINT FOR OR RAD nm AITOS AITOSifiatlonal 11OS 11OS1aUunal 4TOSNatIonal
NatIonal Highways 11511 Association Alloclaton ftart Starts in inllrlplne In1lplng InHelpIng
HelpIng 1lplng Police Polce Catch atch Speeder SpeederThe SpeedersThe n nTIle
The National atonal Highways Association Associationwhich ABtoclaton ABtoclatonwhich Associationwhich
which was incorporated recently recenty with withHenry withHenry withHenry
Henry Clews as president for the pur purpose purepose purpose ¬
pose of discouraging dlscourollng the breaking of
laws by automobilists automobist had men scouting
on Riverside RvPrid Drive Drie and other speeding
centren centr01 yesterday
They They took the thonumbers numbers numherl of machlnesthat
seemed sme to be moving too rapidly rapidlyand and gave gave I
rapidly
them to the police polcp The he association has hasapplied haAappled hasapplied
applied appled to Commllioner Commiinioner Gingham for
special spcial poltcenienn poJcemenH shields shiel dR If I they get I
8el aefreas them they will wi do the arresting arrestng them
MASSACRE 1tSS4CRF IN PERSIA PERSIATurcomans IEmi IEmiTurroman PERSiATuireomans
Turcomans Ilutclier Jutellr 3OOO ooo In Astrabad AitraliadWomen Astrabadomtn AstrabadWomen
Women omtn and Children Ulldren Killed KilledScci Jlfd Jlfdl l4IllrdpecIiI
Scci l pecIiI fabtf ub abl Desoauh la 0 THK 1HI TRItSr MJv MJvST us usI
ST PKTEBSBORO PTEJBBURO April Apri 18 18The 18The The Ruts Rutsprintd Ru Ruprintt Russprints
I prints printt a Teheran despatch desptch stating sttng that thatthe tmt tmtthe thatthe
the Turcomans after afer defeating deretng the revo revolutionists revolution revolutioniath ¬
lutionists lution 1 lt nt Astrabud near ner the coast cast of ofthe orthe oftile
the Caspian Sea Sa massacred masscrd 2000 20 persons personsincluding pelllonsIncluding personsincluding
including many women nnd n children childrenKILLED chidron chidronn childrenKILILI
KILLED n I LIf1 IN IllS FOLDING FOIII1 BEll ItEItllroollii nE nEIrool11 BEllBrooklyn
Brooklyn Irool11 Manufacturers lanlraeturlr8 Hire ap Who ho Was Masnith WasWilli a
nith 11 Him 11m Seriously H4rlousl Injured InjuredJnmen InJurld InJurldJamel InjuredJames
James Jamel F Moher a manufacturer of offeather ofreather offeather
feather goods was wa crushed to death Ina in ina ina
a folding bed be early yesterday morning morningand moring moringand
and his wife was seriously serously injured Injure The Theaccident Theaccident Theaccident
accident happened happene at their home 220 220Spencer 220Spencer 220Spencer
Spencer street Brooklyn BrooklynMr
Mr i and Mrs lr Maher had been sleeping sleepingTheir sleepingTeir sleepingTheir
Their Teir daughter in the next room was wasawakened wa waawakene wasawakened I
awakened awakene bv Mrs Mr Mahers screams screamsNeighbors ecreamsNehthbors screamsNeighbors
Neighbors came and with the assistance assistanceof aistance aistanceof
of Policeman Polceman Clarke of the Vernon avenue avenuestation avenuestation avenuestation
station the mother was W4 released relee By the thetime thetlt thetime
time tlt a doctor got there from the Cum Cumberland Cumberland Cumborland ¬
berland Street Stret Hospital Mr 11 Maher was wasdead WASded wasdead
dead ded Mrs i11 Maher had a gash on the thehead thehe thehMd
head he d and several severa bruises brlBe on the face faceHer raceHer faceHer
Her first frst warning she said sid was wa when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she awoke and found herself herelf pinned pinne in the thebed thebe thebed
bed bedNobody be
Nobody seemed to know what caused causedthe cause causethe causedthe
the accident accidentGERALltlXEIARRARPAYS Rccdent RccdentERt accidentGERILDISE
GERALltlXEIARRARPAYS GERILDISE ERt DIlE I4Rhi4R 4n1R 1IIS I RACK RACKHas RtCnIlaM fl4CIitins
Has Liquidated Ululdated Debt nlbt of S34OOO 801 Incurred Incurredfor d dror
for Her leI Musical fducaton EducationCmuicAoo Education EducationCHICAGO I ICICAOO
CHICAGO CICAOO April Apri1SI 18 18It It developed develop today todaythrough todaythrough I
through despatches depatche from Salem Mass Massand Ma8 Ma8and Massand
and admissions made here that Miss MissGeraldine 1181 MissGeraldine
Geraldine Farrar who is now in Chicago Chicagorecently Chicagorecently Chicagorecently
recently completed complete the payment of a aloan aloan aloan
loan of StO 34000 3lt advanced avance ten years eIUB ago agofor agofor agofor
for her musical education educationThe lducaton lducatonhe
The he final instalment In turned
fnal was wa tured over overn overa
n a few days ago to agents a ents of Mrs Irs Bertram BertramWebb BertramWebb BertramWebb
Webb of Salem Miss li8 Farrar Jarrr has ha not notonly notonly notonly
only paid back bak all the original loan of ofsiocoo
110000 1100 and subsequent lubs6uent loans amounting amountlg to toS31000
124000 140 but has paid 5 per cent interest int tet
When the loan was made Miss 1188 Farrar Farrarwaa Farrarwas
was a struggling strgglng musical student With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the first frt 1100 10000 she got ot instruction introtion from fromeomo rrm rrmsome fromsome
some of the greatest gcatet masters matelll of music musicThe musicThe musicThe
The remainder remander of the 34000 40 is said to tohave tohave tohave
have been bn used to tide her bel over critical criticalperiods criticalprio criticalperiods
periods prio of her career careerDICKINSON carer carerDICKINSON careerDICKINSON
DICKINSON OFF FOR IJR PANAMA PANAMASecretary PtUItSfcrltary PINIM1Secretary
Secretary Sfcrltary or Mar ar Mill nl Sail al From Charles Charleston larlH harleston ¬
ton on the Yacht Mayflower MayflowerAVASHlNOTON MayflowerWASILINOTON Inow r rWABllNOTON
AVASHlNOTON WABllNOTON April Apri A pril 18 18The The Secretary Secretaryof Secretry Secretryor
of War and Mrs 11 Dickinson Dckinson left Washing Washington W hlng hlngton ¬
ton this evening by boat bot for Old Od Point PointComfort PointComfort PointComfort
Comfort Va whence they will wi go to toCharleston toChrleton toCharleston
Charleston Chrleton S C where wher they will wil go goaboard goabord goaboard
aboard abord the United States Stat yacht May Mayflower Mayflower Mayflower ¬
flower on which the voyage to and from fromPanama fromPanama fromPanama
Panama will wi be made It I is i the intention intentionof
of Mr Dickinson to put into Havana for fora
a day on the way down downThose downThose downThose
Those making up the party are r Miss MissEdna MI MIEdna MissEdna
Edna Edna Owsley of Chicago Chicgo Prof nnc nncMrs and andfr andMrs
Mrs fr James Foss of Louisville Luisvie Dr and anciMrs andMr andMrs
Mrs Mr W C Ewing of Nashville Nlhvl1 and Lin Lincoln Lincoln Lincoin ¬
coln R Clark secretary 86crtary to Mr Dickinson DickinsonPostmasterGeneral Dckinon DckinonPostmasterGcneral DickinsonPostmasterGeneral
PostmasterGeneral Hitchcock was wa in invited iniud invited ¬
vited iud to make the trip but decided that thathe thathe thathe
he could not leave Washington at this thistime thi thistime
time
timeMr
Mr Dickinsons Dicinsng departure marks the thefirst thefrt thefirst
first frt step in the thl direction of carrying orrylng out outPresident outPrsident outPresident I
President Prsident Tafts desire that members membr of ofhis ofhis
his Cabinet shall sha1 make a personal inspec inspection Inlpc Inlpction inspection ¬
tion of the public publc works under their rev several 86Veral reveral ¬
eral jurisdictions jurisdictionsWELCOME jurisdictons jurisdictonsIrEIOJE jurisdictionsWELCOlIL I
WELCOME TAFT IN A 4 RALLOON RALLOONCincinnati RUOOVCncinnat BILLOOXCincinnati
Cincinnati Cncinnat Turners Trer Mill nl have lave Hand HIsU HIsUAbo 115h 115hbo IfighAbove
Abo Above bo Ye Station Staton When He le Arrives ArrivesCINCINNATI Arves ArvesCICINNATI ArrivesCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI CICINNATI April Apri 18 18When When President PresidentTnft Prsident PrsidentTart PresidentTaft
Tart visits islt his hi home city on June 24 to toattend toattnd toattMnl I
attend attnd the thirteenth annual turnfest tumest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the North American Americn Gymnastic Gymntc Union Unionhe
he will wi be recived by a band sitting sittng in the thebasket thebajlet thebasket
basket bajlet of a balloon ha100n hovering over the thecity theclty thecity
city cityThis clty
This was decided on at a meeting meetng of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee commitee of arrangements qrrngemen today todayand todayand
and contracts contrcts with wih a balloon baloon owner were weremade weremade weremade
made Above the station staton when the Chief ChiefExecutive ChiefExecutve ChiefExecutive
Executive Executve arrives forty aerial musicians musicianswill musican
will wi proceed to blow forth The Star StarSpangled Str StrSpangled StarSpangled
Spangled Banner BannerFINDS BannerIlS BannerFThlS
FINDS IlS DIAMOND IJUIO I IV HARBOR HARBORSailor IUlnOR IUlnORSaior Il4RBORSailor
Sailor Saior WIth llh lh OltlnR Outfit Hutn Recotera R oVI Gem GemThrown Gemrhrown Gemilurown
Thrown Overboard OverboardBOSTON OverboardBOSTON h rborc
BOSTON > April Apri 18 ISPhi 18PhIl Phil Schlooberg Schloobergchief
chief master at arms arnR aboard the battle battleship batlo batloship battleship ¬
ship New Jersey and the amateur nmateur heavy heavyweight heav heavyweight ¬
weight boxer of the country has a new newtitle newtitle newtitle
title Luckiest man afloat afoat because boUe of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his recovery rcover of a sion 400 00 diamond ring from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the bottom botom of the harbor near the navy navyyard navyyar navyyard
yard yardLast yar yardLast
Last Lt Wednesday when washing down downthe downthe downthe
the decks dek of the battleship batteship be was hastily hastilycalled ha8tiy ha8tiycaled hastilycalled
called caled upon to subdue tubdue Home Roe unruly mem member membr memher ¬
her br of the crew and rinsed his hands hand in inthe Inthe inthe
the bucket In his absence absenc another anotherbailor anotherlior anothersailor
sailor lior emptied the bucket over t t side sideof sideor sideof
of the ship
Schlosberg Schlobrg missed misse hm ring the gift giftof giftof giftof
of the officers ofcers of the warahip because becauseof
of his boxing prowess and remembered rememberedthat remembr
that tht it had slipped from his hi Anger fger into intothe intothe intothe
the bucket of water Then he learned learnedthat leaed leaedthat learnedthat
that the ring had gone overboard overboardHe overbod overbodHe
He is an expert diver and yesterday yesterdaygot yestrday yestrdaygot
got permission pnlsslon to use the ships Ihps diving divingapparatus divineapparatuB divingapparatus
apparatus He went down to the bottom bottomfrom bottomfrom bottomfrom
from a raft rar near the spot where the bucket bucketwasompti bucketwaempt bucketwasemptled
wasompti waempt < xl and ad began bega sending up baskets basketsof bket
of black harbor hrbor mud When the sailors pallorswho 1101 sailorswho
who were assisting Mal8tng him pawed over overthe overthe overthe
the muck sent up by Schlosberg pwe they
discovered discover the missing ring and every ever ¬
body boy was happy happyFILIPINO happyFIIPIO happyFILIPIXO
FILIPINO FIIPIO RAILWAYSTRIKE RAILWAYSTRIKEMay I1AlW IMILW4Y AY STRIKE STRIKEsi TRIKEMi
May Mi si Be General Gfnfra Through Trooh Luzon Iuzone IuzoneDeert LuzonCrewsDesert Crews CrewsDesert
Desert Deert theTrains theTrainsSpecial thoTraInIPUI theTrainsSpeciflt
Special IPUI Cable DespairS Dtpateh to It Pus SUN SfKMANILA StarMANILA
MANILA M ILA April Apri 19 t9A A strike Itrie is I threat threatened threatened threatened ¬
ened on all 11 the railway raiway lines lnes in the island islandof
of Luzon LuzonThe Luzonrho I
The Filipinos Fipinos employed by the Manila ManilaRailway Mania ManilaRailway
Railway Raiway Company Cmpany have deserted desertedtho the main mainyards mainyards mainyards
yards at Caloocan CaloocanTho CaloocanThe CaloocanThe
The sleeper on the limited lmited train from fromBagnio frmBagulo fromBaguiio
sleepr
Bagnio which wtlcb watt loaded with Govern Government Gover Government ¬
ment official ofcal returning to Manila Mania was waaabandoned wasabandoned wasabandoned
abandoned at midnight at San Sn Fabian FabianEmergency Fabln FablnEmerRenoy FabianEmergency
Emergency crews are making efforts effortsto elorts elortsto
to run trains tril on their schedules schedulesFruiter schedulesIruler schedulesFrulter
Fruiter Iruler Hit lt by 1 Urhtnlnc UrhtnlncThe lightnIng IJBhtnlnsThe lightnIngThe
The miter Admiral Admirl Schley Schle bound from fromRonton rromRORton fromBoston I
Boston to to Jamaica Jamaic reported by United UnitedWireless Unitd Unitdlrelc UnItedVlreiesa
Wireless lrelc yesterday an encounter encountr with an nnelectrical an1ctricRI anelectrical
electrical storm on Friday when she was waaTOO WR
TOO 0 miles mle couth Iolth of tho Nantucket lightship Ighthlp
A bolt that hit the foremast foremalt left Ilrt the top topmast topmast ¬
mast in splinters Iplnter put one dynamo of the theHhinH thehlrt theships
ships hlrt lighting IKhtnp plant pla out of business businessand bUllnes bUllnesnD businessand
and nD damaged damlg d the compass oompls The be Schley
ScbleyIl
Ue 1 L 1 Il
TURKS KILL KIL I
1000 IN ADANAJ ADANA ADANATwo 7 7Two r
rt
Two American Am rlcan Missionaries MissionariesAre t
Are Victims Victms in the theMassacre theMassacre1 i iMassacr81
Massacre MassacreBIG
BIG CITY NOW IN FLAMES FLAMESBurning FLAMESBurini FLAMESBurning
Burning Burini and Shooting Still Sti 69 69On GGOn G GOn
On There and in Mersina Mersinaand Merslnaand Mersinaand
and Tarsus TarsusTliotmanda TarSUs TarSUsThollanri TarsusThousands
Thousands Thollanri or Ilerugce Ulrugeu In the theMissions AtJf Amnulea AmnuleaMIssionsin
MIssionsin Missions 1lonsln In Hourly 110url Peril perIFolFa perIFolFate From FromFan FromFantIc Fam ffi
lie te Moslem Mobs b5Short I Snort of Food FoodMedicines a aIedlelnlsThlr anti antitiedlclnesTlwlr
Medicines tiedlclnesTlwlr IedlelnlsThlr ThHr Cry Cr ror Help eIP eIPlt Herf 1eardat V Vt
lt at t WashlnJton HashhiBtonMen ll Killed rled Killedtlaurer Aren Mi e vju vjuMaurcr
Maurcr antI RogersMIssion nocers tlljtlon Scboet Scboetat SefloMat r1
at Tarsus Tarl Threatened Threat ThreateuieitFrencIi nedFrench nedFrench1nJlsh French FrenchKngllsh and andEnglish
English 1nJlsh Warships URnhlpslllrry Hurry tothc tothen Rescue Rescues lIeaesieJpevfil e
CI CIcdbl
s pevfil > fJJ Cable cdbl DtipnlcHi ta I TH TnE Slfa SlfaCONSTANTINOPLE Stl Sta StaCONSTANTINOPLE yM yMCONSTANTINOPLE
CONSTANTINOPLE April ApriI8TheAm ApriI8TheAmlen 18 18icnn 18The Amer Amerhan
len han missionaries missionarie murdered at Adana Adanawere A Awere Adanewero
were named nlmed Maurer Iaure and Rogers Roger The Theother 11 Tueother
other members memhel of the mission are ar safe safeas r i ias
as is I also al > o Jlr Ir Christie Christe who ho Is I a at Tarsus TarsusTelegraphic aru t tTelegraphic
Telegraphic Tele rphic communication communicton with lt Adan Adanhnn Adanhas
has been restored rltored but in consequendf consequendfo7 cnsUt consqueac consqueacof S 1
o7 five fve of the operators being killed klether there h7
is much delay in the transmission transmissionmessage tmemiIon of ofmessages I ImeRM
message meRM and few details detis of the trouMtt trouMttthere tr troutlethere ble f fther
there ther can be obtained obtainedThe obtaine obtainedThe I
The American ViceConsul VIcConsul at Merslna Merslnahas Me Merslnhas
wi wihs
hs has been Ion trying to reach Adams Adamsso but butBO b1
tion BO far has ha been ben unable uD ble to get transporta transportation tran SIJ
w
Mersina Ienina itself itel is now reported reprte to tobe ba badesperate hi iadesperate 4 4deperte
desperate straits strit It I iathreatened Ii thrtenehlf by byn
n host hot of Mussulmans 1lu8ulmans from the thenorti north northsForeigners northForeigners 1l
Foreigners Foreignr and many Christians ChrIEtan art arttaking lr1 anttaking 1 1takinl
taking takinl refuge at the consulates consultes there thereFrench th thereFrench r j
French warships are ar expected expocte at Mer Mersina Mersian
sina sino but lut ut have not yet been ben sighted sigbt4 A ABritish ABritish m mBritish
British warship warhip has been bn ordered ore f Co CoAlexandretta o oAloxandretta
Aloxandretta Alexandeta where a Mussulman MU88ulmaathok attack attackis ii
is expected expectedMany expectedMany c cMany
Many Armenian Anenian farms rans arias in the neighbor neighborhood nelgb neighborhood t
hood ho have been sacked sacke Kharput Kh rputls is aloogt aloogtthreatened also alsothreatened I i ithreatened
threatened The local locl commanders cOmand 1 J Jstt it Ia Iastated isstated
stated stt are doing everything possible P0lble P0lblestp to tostop toTstop
stop stp the outrages outdgel outragesThe 4 4The
The Sheikullslam has sent Inta a ato raesaagi raesaagito r ti
to the priests at Adana Ad warning them tem thaimassacres thai hVmassacres fr
massacres masscres are r contrary contrar to t the thelaw therJa reiigtoua reiigtoualaw
law f
Late Lte tonight it is IS reported repor that thatthan rnorsi rnorsithan c ki
than a thousand thousnd persons plllons have hv been bmaj maisj maisjsacred inas 1 1sacred J Jsacr
sacred sacr at Alexandretta Alexndrtt and Tarsus Tarsusburning Ta1W T1 Ths Thsburning
burning and an killing kiling are ar still Bti going SIDgOD on onThe onThe n 1 1is
The mission staff sti at Adana d are rpr practl practlcally practJ practJcally c t t ii iiI
cally besieged bsieged on the mission premises premisesThey P premisesThey m 1
They Th y dare not venture venturI out and are areferlng ant antfering
ferlng from want of food roo and andlme medicinasJ medicinasJThey mediclhesThey l tW
They have appealed appeale to the tb military militarycommander mltt mlttcommander miiItar miiItarcommander
commander for protection protectionThe protton
The missions school at Tarsus TarW < whleh whlehescaped Wli whichY whichYescaped I Iescped
escaped escped Saturday Sturdy is now nowThree tte threatened threatenedThree iiW
Three Thre thousand thoUnd persons plllons arc homeless holel at atTarsus atTarsus
Tarsus TarsusDespatches TarsusDeepatches j i
Despatches Deptche from Adana Adn say sayMore onlbt tonlght tonlghtMore t 1 t
More than looo 10 people have hve been bCnkU I Iand killed killedand r
and a a big portion porton of the city baa baaburned b bee beeburned r
burned bure during durig the lost lat three d days daysTing Itt Ittins
ing and a d shooting shootng have bfve been go gothat gol going goingthat t
that tht time timeSeveral timeSeveral g W
Several thousand refugees rerugea are at atAmerican t tAmericn tii4 tii4American
American Americn mission but bl t only cly J two 1 1cans Ainesj Ainesjcans t
cans Maurer of Had Hadjm j in and D DU1g H Ikfgeffi Ikfgeffiof Rogeisuof
of Tarsus Tarus were killed killedMajor kie killedMajor J
Major DaughtyWylie DaughtyWyle British Brtb BrtbConsul V VConsul Vice ViceConsul
Consul was wal wounded slightly S lghtlY in Inh tbjl tbjlarm ttiarm
arm by a bullet bulletThere bulet bulletThere
There has hl been considerable conlrderablek killing killingin 1I igp i iIn
in Tarsus and near Alexandretta Alexadrttth Alexadrttthhave then thenhave ther4have
have been serious outbreaks outbreaksThe outbrls
The Armenians here were the the01i wortfei wortfeisufferers wor worsufferers Jr
sufferers suferer their section secton of the city citbIC being u
burned and many shot down downLONDOX downLoNDo
LONDOX LOND April 19 t9The The Times Timfll eayp eaypthat 1 T i ithnt
that as it is IS evident the local locl authorities authoritiesat autborU
at Adana and its It neighborhood neigbborhoo are ar unable unableto ubl 1
to cope cop with the situation sitaton the command commanders comnad comnaders
ers of British Iritish warships have hav been bnm In Instructed Instructed ¬
structed strctd to toact act on their own ow initiative Intiatv i f
Vn VIFNNA 1ENNA NNA April Apri 18 18A 18A A Constantinople Constantinopledespatch CnttloPj CnttloPjdesptch Constantinopisdespatch <
despatch desptch states that the Forte Por is Isanxious root rootanxious
anxious concerning concernig the effects electof of rmoi th thmassacres the themassacres 1J 1Jmacre
massacres macre in Asia Asia Minor than over1 ovel over th thYoung tba tbaYoung i
t1
Young Turk advance advanceIt I l
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naval demonstration demontrton It bellevea belleveaRussia beJeve8t th b bRussia
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WASHINGTON W A8INOTON April Apri 18 18John John G 9A 9ALelhman AV AVLeishman A ALeishman
Leishman Lelhman American Ambassador Ambor t to toTurkey toTurkey
Turkey Tuk y cabled the State Stat Deprme Deprmerrom Department Departmentfrom
from Constantinople ConBttnople today tay that tt the thesituation tkesituation 4
situation sitution at Adana waa reported repordthy t timproved to have haveimproved
improved ImprovedThe
The two Americana American killed kie ha h hewere eald ealdwere I 3 3were
were named Maurer and Rogers Rge1b but the th thAmbassador i jKj jKjAmbassador lf lfAmba
Ambassador Amba sador had not learned learnedaYIW any ldaV ldaVtails dw dwUtile
tails tailsThe UtileThe ll llThe
The Department Deprtment has hl cabled to toLeishman t Hi HiJelhman M MLeishman
Leishman Jelhman expressing anxiety anxetyon on account accountof cU 1t
of the many American Amer0D mllone missionaries and d dteachers j jteachers J Jteachers
teachers in Turkey and inquiring itui wete whetherwarships whether whetherwarships
warships are being bing sent fent to t Mersina Memn or orother or orother
other danger points point to t protect protc foreigners foreignersincluding lorljenf foreIgnersincluding
including Incuding Americana Americna AmericnaThe AmericanThe v vTho
The Ambassador Amb81ador was told tld that thtt thttwould ib ibwould itwould
would take too t long forAmerican f01 merlcan war warships watships 1 ¬
ships to reach Mersina Merlnn in order to t afford affordassistance a affordassistance
assistance assistnce and refuge refugeBOSTON rerugoBOSTON refugeBosToN I
BOSTON April 18 18A A brief cable cblldea cblldeaptch des deapatch despatch
patch ptch received here today tday from romt the theRev thuyRev
Rev Hev William Wilam Chambers Chambr the te American Americanboard Amegicarsboard
board missionary at Adana Ada Asia Ai MJnorLconfirmed M MJnorL MInor1confIrmed r
confirmed the worst WOlt fears rear of r the te offlconeJ offlconeJof olo offioorz1
of tho bard b ard In this thi city The Themess messaga messagawaa messaguwas
was wa an appeal for help It was datedKJ datedKJat date dateat
at Adana and read readHelp readHelp readHelp
Help Adana CIIAMIFRS CIIAMIFRSImmediately CiitiirasImmediately 1 1Immeitly
Immediately Immeitly upon receipt of this rarsi mel mea
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