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TOL OL LIVINO LXXYI LXXYLN0 KO 232 + NEW YORK TUESDAY TUESDAY APRIL AP R L2 20 1909 1909copurigiit Copyright ISOO bv le Sun 8 Printing and 1 Publiihing 8 Association PRIC PRICE Te TWO CENT CEN
1 MGARREN WAS IN FAR FARYIRONG FARYIRONGLoX WRONG I
LoX 0 OF 0 3100 COPTER COPIEl AT T 113 113riiitoiau 11 11lUlOI 713a
a riiitoiau lUlOI TIlE PAXIC PAXICHut 1lUJut 1tz Ie Ieflut
Hut Jut innl < A A Stoppanl Carried I1rl d It I Clirer Clirerruil Clul Chirrufly r rful
ruil ful rufly > Though 10UJh Money Iue Reached J che 1OO 1OOiioth 10 10r 100Iloth
r iioth nlth Iartners Irtner Out of the th State MtteUr MtteUrPtoppnnl StateIr StateIrpopIiflflI Mm MmMoppanl
Moppanl Ptoppnnl a Creditor Cedior for Half 1lf a MillionFurther Million MillionFurther llon llonFurther
Further light lght was wag shed Ibed yesterday ye1trday on onthe onthe onthe
the astuteness atutenes of the Hon Patrick Fatrck Henry HenryMoCarren HenryIartn HenrykCarren
MoCarren Iartn as a Wall Wil Street plunger plungerAmong plungr plungrmon plungerp
p Among mon the big blocks of stook that the thebrokerage ibe ibebrokraKe thebrokerage
brokerage firm frm of Ennis nni A Stoppanl Stoppanlnow Stoppnl Stoppnlnow
now busted buted generously carried crried for him himere himfr himwere
were ere fr 2500 5 shares ehr of Amalgamated Amalgamate Cop Copper Coprer Copper ¬
per Tho firm fn bought bught this thl for McCarren McCarrenso Mcarn I IO
to so O the books say ay in February 1907 197 at atl13 I IIS
113 IS and continued contnued to carry car it until unti the theorach therrah thecrash
crash rrah came caml without wit bout bothering bthering the Sena Senator ¬
tor for a cent centThe cnt cntThe centThe
The Senator got in on just about the thetop thetop thetel
top floor for and ad he hasnt hnnt succeeded succded in ingetting Inetinl ingetting
getting etinl back bck there ther since lnc Amalgamated Amalgamatedrloeed AmalgamatedrJod
rloeed rJod yesterday yesteray at 76 7 X which would wouldhhow wouldhow wouldshow
how a present bee lo of about 03000 1930 on onthis ontbi onths
this tbi specialty sialf But that is i nothing to tothe totbe tothe I
the intervening itenening states ette of loss Ic The Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator took the entire entr block in a single singledays elngledaye eingledaye
daye trading tradln The Te copper coppr metal metl mar market markft market ¬
ket kft was up to twentysix cents cnts a a pound poundAt pund pundAt
At the time and T W L of Boston Boton and andEverywhere andErhere andEyerywhore
Everywhere Erhere was shouting houlng Coppers Coppersnow Copp
now the boomd here The Senator Senatorgot Snator Snatorpot
got pot in I just in time to participate prtcpte in the theilent theHent theiIent
ilent panic pnic of March 14 It I wasnt many manymonths manymonth manymonths
months month after afer that tht that Amalgamated Amalgamatedcut
cut ct its it dividend and in the memorable memorableOctober memorableOotober memorableOctober
October panic of 1907 197 the Senators 113JJ 113JJholding 11 liholding V
holding shrank shrnk to 413 413f U UI llJi llJiBesides
I Besides Beedes the copper cppr Ennis Stoppani Stoppaniwere
were carrying cng 2000 20 shares shar of B R T Tand Tnnd Tand
and fifty ffy shares shr of U S Rubber Rubbr first firstpreferred frst frstprefere firstpreferred
preferred prefere for the Senator Snator The par purchases pr prchss parchases ¬
chases chss of these thes stocks stcs date dat back to t about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the time of the San Francisco Fancisc earthquake earthquakein
in April Apri 1900 19 B R T was wa selling slng at atthat atthat atthat
that time at about 80 8 The exact data dataon
on which the th Senator Sntor took tok a flier fier at B Bn Bn Bii
n n T ia 1 not known but the very best besthe bst bsthe besthe
he could have hve done in 1900 J9 was 71 the I
price prc recorded rcrded on July 12 12Recently 12Rcnty 12Recently
Recently Rcnty the first frst dividend wa de dedared dedared dedared
dared and it is selling selng now around 70 70In 76In 70In
In the meantime however hoever the Senator Senatorhad Snator Snatorhar
had har time tme to t do some tall tU thinking In Ini InIhe Inthe
i he panio of October Octobr 1907 197 for instance instanceB intno
B R T r was wa as 1 low as 20J 2 The chances chancesare chancs chancsare
are that the Senator Snator is i a little ltte behind behindthe bhind bhindthe
the game gae even eVln on B R T if you count countinterest cunt cuntinteret counttnterest
interest interet for three thr years yearsThe yearsThe ear8 ear8The
The Senator called cled on Receiver Roi vel Lindsey LindseyItussell rindsyHUS1 LindseyRussell
Russell HUS1 yesterday yestrday and arranged arrnged to take takeover takover takenver
over all al Blocks Btcka standing on the books booksagaint hooksagainst booksagainst
against againt him himBut himBut hiniBut
But have you the stock stoc among the thefirms th thtrma thetirms
firms trma assets It asked aked an inquisitive inquisitve re reporter repoer reporter ¬
porter poer of the receiver rciver nft arr after r the con conference cn cnern conference ¬
ference ferenceThe ferenceThe ern ernThe
The receiver reciver twiddled twiddkd his thumbs thumbslooked tbumb thumbsIrioked
looked at the ceiling cing and replied repled solemnlv solemnlI
1 will i deliver delver it itKven i itEven
Even ven if i the receiver r iver had to go out into intothe intothe intothe
the open opn market mket to get the stocks took perish perishthe
the thought he could culd do it for 348000 1348000at 348000at 3480
at 1t yesterdays closing prices The he stocks stockstand stocksstand I Iand
and the th Senator Sntor 472000 70 By de delivering deIvering dolivering ¬
livering Ivering the holdings over at yesterdays yesterdaysprices yegtrdas yosterdaysprices i ipri
prices pri 5 the receiver will wi be making M2f 1tOO 1tOOor 000 000for
for or the creditors creditrs and ita a safe 8f bet that thath thlt thlth thathe
h he wont onl worry wory if he cant cnt find fnd them in inthe inthE iniho
the thE possession psl8ion of the defunct defunt firm firmBut frm frmRut firmBut
But Wall Wal Street taking the McCarren McCarrenaccount McCarrcnaccount lcCarrcnBrcount
account as a a whole is inclined incln d to regard regardi
i as al one of the most beautiful beautiul examples examplesnf 1 1I
I nf generosity lonerol ty that have ever come to light lightm
I m fl that sordid sordd district districtI districtIf j
If I the th stock stok was wal really realy purchased purchasedand purchase
and of course cour it was wa the firm frm in il the last laattwo lat latI lasttwoyears
two I twoyears 0 years eRrs must have carried cared this S7 472000 472000account 472000account O
account 1ccount without a murmur through throughfpxpral throughHpral throughsvrai
fpxpral Hpral periods when call cal money was wasNrmRinR wasnnin washrtnging
NrmRinR nnin 100 I Io per cent The Senator him himself himIf ¬
self If says ass that he waa W31 never asked afled to settle settleih sot te teIh
ih < acount so that tlat it would seem that the theshrinkage i ithiinkage I
shrinkage hJnka e of about abut 390000 290 on the Arual Arualcamated AmalI Amaicamatd
camated 11 mat f and B 11 T blocks in the 1007 1007panic Ion Itn7ank I
panic rnn ank c hadnt embarrassed embarased the firm frm a bit bit1ht bitTb I
1ht Tit > Senator hadnt plunged plun fl in the themarket thumarket I Imarket
market through Knnis Inni A Stoppani since sincehe lince I IIh
Ih he h purchase of the Amalgamated Amalgamate in Feb February febrlrJ Febrwiry ¬
ruary rlrJ 1907 10j He told the receiver roeiver yester yesterchy yesterr
chy r i y that he would arrange arange by the last lawtnf
nf the week wek to have all the stock stok standing standingagainst ftandlDgIjRm standingagant
against IjRm t him and an the entire account trans transf tranred transfrred
f frred rre red < to another brokerage house houseThnt hOII houseThat
Thnt means mPAI that McCarren will wi pay payabout pa paRho paytIfl
about Rho JoOoooo JOO flflh for the stocks Itaks so far as af the thereceiver thert thereciver
I receiver rt Itr is I concerned concernedIn roncernfd roncernfdIn
In tew of this thi offer ofpr tho Senator asked askedto
to h I excused OXCUO from appearing before
ruled tnI I < 1 hratcrt iratct Commissioner Alexander Alexanderin
in il th the h inquiry into the firms fnl affairs afairs this thismojnmg thisIMming thisnorning
mojnmg The Senator said laid that he had hadprc hadrr hadpnssing
prc rr pnssing wng duties at Albany and the receiver receiverrxcuatd reeiver reeivertXCUItr receiverxcuaed
rxcuatd tXCUItr him himSenator himSmalor himnatnr
Senator natnr McCanen fcCaren did not tell tel the re receive reC rocetver ¬
ceive C II why Ennis Enr Stoppani StoPPn bad not asked askedfor ake
for nr a settlement of the account ncount when they theyre theyer theyWere
Were er re hard up uphe upThe upThe
The he receiver has discovered two blind blindmcoiintB blnd blndnrcount8 blindRrcountssimiLr
mcoiintB RrcountssimiLr similar to the McCarren account accountNo
o No 333 33 3 which owe the firm frm together togetherf together15O00
f 15O00 5 000 Theee Thfe accounts are designated designatedn delignate
nn n the books ss 18 No o 600 6 and an No o 601 601II 601It
1 II H i believed blfve that tht they represent market marketoperations mrket mrketfperation market1eratIons
fperation operations of the two partners prtners Stoppani Stoppaniand
and Ennis The latter which is i supposed supposedr
rf In > r > be bl Ennis Ennls account shows how a debit debitHalancn debithllnce debitha1jc
Halancn hllnce of 815000 S15OO It I is apparent apprent to the therecener thereeehI thereceiver
recener and others who are working work In on onthe onthe onthe
the books bookt that accounts 339 600 6 and 601 601wre 61 61re 601the
wre re the causes of the firms frms downfall downfallMost downlal downfallMost
I Most of f the other thirtyodd blind blnd ac accounts acCount acccunts ¬
counts represent out ut of town traders who whoadopted whonropter whoadopted
adopted nropter that method of doing business businessto businel
to guard Iuarr against wire leaks leaksIt I IIt
It was wa learned yesterday yesteday that tha 15480 548000 548000of I Io
of o Mrs Ir K t J Stoppania money went in infhe Inthe inthe
the firms trml downfall downfal She is the mother of ofthe 0 o othe
the junior partner and is still tl rich richThe richThe richThe
The receiver r has discovered discovere that the theKnnis thoEnnia theEnnis
Knnis Tube Company of New Jersey in inwhich Inwhich inwhirh
which the senior lenlor partner was WIS interested interestedowes d dOffM
owes OffM WCS him 00000 00 Altogether Allgether the investi investiKuion Inveti Inveti11lon investigatlon
Kuion 11lon by the receiver is i opening opning up a amore I amore I
more rorf encouraging outlook outook for the credi creditors credihors ¬
hors torRlch each day Ho le expressed the opinion opinionyesterday opinionAMprtIY opinion3ettsrday
yesterday AMprtIY that if the McCarren McCaren account accountnnd
i and the blind blnd accounts COO GO and Cot 101 are arettl arettd arePttiel I
Pttiel ttl ttd > d they will wi go far with tho other others otherIII other58ts
III 58ts s toward rehabilitating rehabiitatng the firm firmtho frm firmWhfll I IWlf
Wlf Whfll the firm ln went to t the wall waUIt It was wasMiniated wasfttlrflatel as asIthntrd
Miniated Ithntrd that the liabilities llbiile worojl500000 worojl500000and wereI6O
and r tho assets nAe lIOO IOO000 The liabilities IIblt6 are arenow arenm arenow
now nm estimated Umlted af closer coler to t 1000000 31000000ani 1000000xnd 1000
xnd Imllr If Mm It Htoppinl can b bf be persuaded to townu tl towait
wait llt with w h her claim of mn 500000 vx ooo there In Ini I
i lrclpct lrcpPct > rcr > pect that tht the he creditors will wi get Ret more morethan moreth morethu I
than th M I cent Ct on th tbt the dollar dollarThe 10Ibr 10IbrTh dollarTbe
The receiver In communication
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yesterday yetenay through thro ugh a third party with withtho withtho withtim
tho two to bankrupt bnkrpt They are out of the theSta theSlte theState
Sta Slte State te both of them resting re8thl The Te receiver receiverhaa
has hopes hop of inducing iduolng them to return returnbut rtur returnbut
but they wont be here for the hearing this thismorning th thmoring thismorning
morning morningTho
The receiver reeiver would regret re ret to t see any anycreditor anycreitor anycredItor
creditor creitor undertake undertke a prosecution prosecton of either eitherKnnis eitherEnnis eitherEnni
Knnis or Stoppani He believes beltve it is ismore Ismore ismore
more to the Interest Interet of the creditors creior to tohave tohave tohave
have the cooperation cooPraton of the two men men in instraightening InItralgheniDg instraightening
straightening ItralgheniDg up tp the affaire alalr of the firm firmApparently frm frmApparenty firmApparently
Apparently Apparenty the only ones ne who will wiJ be beat beat beat
at the hearing hearin < before Commissioner CommissionerAlexander fommlsioner fommlsionerAlexander ommissionerAlexander
Alexander this thl morning are the repre representatives repre reprosentatives ¬
sentatives senttve of the Stock Exchange Ixchanle firms firmswho fnl firmswho
who were wer summoned to tell tel what they
know of Ennis Ennl A fltoppanis Stoppani8afair Stoppanianffairs affairs Mrs MrsK MT
K F A Riley Riey and Miss 1Iss Florence Riley Riey
Ennias motherinlaw motherIn law and sisterinlaw sisterinlawfor
for whom subpoenas lubpnu were ero issued Issled left the thecity thecity thecity I
city unserved unservedKICK unservedKICK
nnsere nnsereKICK
KICK ON POLO GROUNDS OROrlDS STANDS STANDSChief ST4ND8Chief i
Chief Cief Crokcr roler Has I Looked Them Otcr and andDoubts andDoulnl andDoubts
Doubts Doulnl If Theyre ere Safe In Case a e of Fire FireJohn FireJohn Firelohn
John T Brush lnlsh has ha erected erct d his new newstands newstnds newstands
stands stnds at the Polo Grounds Grolnds In a manner mannerwhich mannerwhich mannerwhich
which far from pleases Fire Chief Croker Crokerwho Crokerwho i
who has ha made mde a report port to Commissioner CommissionerHayes CommissionerHayes CommissionerHayes
Hayes aa a to what changes he thinks thinksshould thinksshould
l
should bo b made madeChief mde madeChief
Chief Croker went up to the Polo PoloGrounds PoloGrounds PoloGrounds
Grounds early last week and took tok a look lookaround lookarund lookaround
around arund On Saturday night ho made madehla madehl madehia
hla hl report to Commissioner Hayes It Itis I itis
is understood undertood that he doesnt dosnt consider considerthe
the stands stnds safe in case of fire fireOn fre fireOn
On the day that tht the New ew York Club Clubopened Clubopned hub hubopened I
opened opned tho season and Ind 10000 3000 baseball baseballfans basebl baseballfans
fans crowded into the grounds ground many manycomments manycomments
comments cmments were wer heard about the exits exitsprovided exitsprovided exitsprovided I
provided under the new arrangement arrangementThis arrangeent arrangeentThis
This year the four fOlr exits exis on to the playing playingfield j
field feld from the grand stand have been beenclosed ben beenclosed i
closed closd The stands llnds that run parallel parallelwith paralf1 paralf1with paraliolwith
with the alloy aley outside the grounds have haveonly h8eonly havoonly
only one exit exi opening on to the field feld Tho Thoother Theother Thoother
other exits are at the ends of tho stands standsIt tndl
It I has been bn suggested thnt the stands standsshould tt8uds tt8udsshould standsshould
should be divided b into sections aectionewitli with wih alleys alleysat nleys nleysat
at at least 10 lofeetinwidth feet in width between hetwen them and andthat andthat I Itht i
that tht these thes alleys aleys should have hle exits exis with withgates withgats withgates
gates gats opening opning outward At t present they theystand theystand theystand
stand a solid sold mass practically prctcaly all al around aroundthe arounl arounlthe aroundthe
the field fieldThe feld feldTbe fieldthe
The Giants finish fnish their present presnt series seriesthero seriestheretoday
thero thor theretoday today and then go to Brooklyn Brooklynreturning Brooklynretnrning lirooklynreturning
returning to the Polo Croiinda roundt on April pri
26 6 It is thought thollht that omminsionnr
Hayes will i probnblv prohl lv recommend som somchanges somchangps somechanges
changes in the meantime meantimeinvrs meantimeIf ineanthueIrtvTs
invrs If POLICE ARRESTED ARRESTEDFor HlEnF HlEnFFor
For Wrecking reeklu a llleeekrr Iletelu r Street Saloon SaloonAfter SaloonAfter sloonrtr
After rtr a I Ilald IlaldWarrants llld llldWarfnt IlaidWarrints
Warrants Warfnt for the arrest arr 1 of Cupt CuptDominick apt aptDoniinlck aptDominick
Dominick Henry lenry of the Mercer street streetpolice 8tre streetjOliCe t tpolce
police polce station 6rtion and two of his alan Heeler Heelerand leeler leelerand Keclerand
and Gallagher Gallgher were asked for in the theJefferson theJeteron theJefferson
Jefferson Jeteron Market Mrkft police plco court cOlrt yesterdayby yesterday Eterdayby
by Senator CafTrey Calrey who says IYS that Henry Henryand Henr Henryand
and his men wrecked a saloon I J nt 157 157Bleecker t57BOcker 157I3leeckor
Bleecker BOcker street Itrot after it i had been raided raidedt ride raidedby
by t > y five fve Central Centrl Office detectives detectivesThe detectves detectveshe
The he saloon 8lon is owned by Jack Jac Lee r a aformor alorer aformer
former lorer prizefighter prI7 ghter While io it was being beingraided bing bingraide beingraided
raided raide Deputy lepty Commissioner Hanson n nson nsonoutside sat satoutside aatoutside
outside in a patrol wagon Forty orty men menand menand I Innd
and son women prisoners prioner were taken takenand takenand takenan1
and fined from t 5 < to J0 10 by b MagistrateBarlow MagirtriteBarlow Magistrate IagirtrteHarlow
Barlow in the night court Three Thrl of the thebartenders thebartenders
bartenders brtendE1 were arrested arrel for violating violatingthe I
the excise law b and held helt in in 500 00 bail for fortrial fortrial
trial I I
trialAfter trial
After Af trt the arrests anest were made Mr Mr1affrey MrCaifroy Ir IrCar
1affrey Car y lays Capt Henry and his men mentook mentook I
took tok axes axot and demolished demolsbE oil oi the break breakable brel brelablel breakebbs ¬
able ablel that had not not been smashed in the thefirst thefrst thefirst
first frst entrance entrnc Seven photographs were wee weeplc1 wereIlacecI
phced plc1 in evidence showing devastation devastationI deva8t tion tionAl
All Al of the thl windows w ndow and and mirrors mirror wore woregone woregont woregone
gone gont Behind phind tht thl tl < bar was a9 a 1 heap of ofglass orgIS ofgIas
glass gIS nil al that was wa left ler of the furnishings furnishingsthere lumihingsthert
there thert The rathskeller rathsler was wa wrecked wrlcke the thepiano thepiano I
piano pino uncased uncaP and not IOt a picture left leftintact Itft Itftintaot leftintact
intact Owner OwnOr l Lee in Biys iys the tl damage i i is
3000 3000Thu 3000The
00
Thu police polc say that the saloon laloon was waswrecked wai waiwrecked waswrecked
wrecked in the course cour > e of a ternfio terrifo fight fightwhich fghl fghlwhich fightwhich I
which started IttCd as soon us 18 they t hey broke in inthe inthe inthe
the front door Bottles Bot8 flew few at at them and andthey andIhev andthey
they were wlre forced lorco to 1 draw drw their revolvers revolversThen reolvorl revolversThen
Then Th n the row shifted shile to the rathslkeller rathslkellerMagistrate rathslkelor rathslkelorIagiltrate rathalkeilerblagistrate I
Magistrate House Houle said lald he 18 would wOlll Hear Hearuvidenre rlearvidet flourevidence
evidence videt on April pri 2A 2ACITY 26CITE l
I I
CITY T LODGER IN B BHI LL DRESS DRESSGirl II DItFSSGirl I F FCarl
Girl Him 111 Ml 3ileedller lllt < ed Her Ilr Train T After a Dance UanvnGet Dnetftc DanceGets
Get tftc a Free rl Bed BedMix fledMrs r
Mix IO Margaret Oiffen Gten matron of the themunicipal themunicipal themunicipal
municipal lodging loging house hOlle at 4M 4 East EastTwentyfifth KaMTwentyfifth Bt BtTwentytlth
Twentyfifth Twentytlth street 8tret wa routed rOltd out of ofbod ofbd
bod bd about 230 23 oclock ocock yesterday morning morningto moringto
to answer alwtr a call 01 At the door she be found founda
a young girl in 11 evening clothes clothenThe clothe clothesThe
The girl explained that she had been beenat
at t a I dance danc in Harlem and had missed mi e the thelast tbewt thelast
last train to New e Koohelle Roohele A policeman polcema
had advised adv ld her to go to the municipal municipallodging municipalloging municipallodging
lodging loging house She said faid she was wa1oly wa1olyWallh Molly MollyWalsh MollyWalsh
Walsh Wallh 20 0 ye years ir old of 019 91 9 Oak Oa street Itreet New NewHochellc NewItocitelle ew ewHochere
Hochellc HochellcShe Hochere ItocitelleShe
She WBH WI wa taken in and made to follow followthe rolow rolowIhe followthe
the usual Ulal routie routine including includingtakinga takig taking a bath bathand bathand bathand
and then went to bed bd She was waf called cRled at at6oclok
6 oclock and went away away awa an a she said to totake totke totake
take tke an early train to New ew Rochelle RochellnShe Rochele RocheleShe
She wanted to be b home before bfore breakfast breakfastnhe br aklast aklastI
she he said so 10 that her he mother would not be beworried bewori
I worried worriedMrs wori worried1lrs
Mrs fr Giffen Gifen said it was WI the first tnH case ce of ofits orit ofite
its it kind in her experience exprienc at the lodging lodginghouse lodping lodpinghouse lodginghouse
house houseThere houseTher houseThere
There Ther is no Molly Moly Walsh Walh who lives lves at the theaddress theaddresB theaddress
address ia Oak street stret New Rochelle RochelleSAIL Rochele RocheleI RochelleSIlL
I SAIL 1J AMONG 00 THUNDERCLAPS THUNDERCLAPSllalloonlsti lilt HLDERCIJPS HLDERCIJPSIaloonlaU NDERCL4P3flahloonistu
llalloonlsti IaloonlaU Float Over Otr the White Whlf Moun Mountains SlounlaIne oun ountal ¬
tains tal s and Into Ito a Storm StormBlDDEroRD StormBIDEVORD StormBIDDEYORD
BlDDEroRD BIDEVORD Me April Apri 19 19The The big bigballoon hip bigballoon
balloon balon urn In the Heart of the Berkshirea Berkshireahaving Berk Borkmhireshaving hires hireshving
having hving Pilot Piot William Wmlm Van Sleet Slet of Pitt Pittfield Pit Pittfield
field feld and Oscar Oscr R Hutchinson in the thebasket thebaket thebasket
basket baket landed lande in some lo e treetops on the theoutskirts theoutsklr3 theoutskirts
outskirts outsklr3 of this city cty about 315 oclock oclockthis ocock ocockthl oclockthis
this afternoon afternoonThe afteroon
The he ascension nlcenion was wal made at Pittsfield PittsfieldMaso Pitfelrl PitfelrlMa81 PittfieldMass I
Mass Ma81 at 1023 this morning and amI driven drivenby
by I a I strong southwest south t wind the balloon balloonpassed baloon baloonpse balloonp43aod
passed quickly into New Hampshire at a aheight 1 aheight i
height pse of about 0000 60 feet foatPassing f feetPassing t tPlllng
Passing Plllng over the White Mountains Mountln the thescenery tle thescenery I Iscener I
scenery scener T WI was viewed from fror far aloft and andlater andIlter andlater
later Ilter tho balloon baloon passed p slfl through denso densoclouds denoclouds densoclouds
clouds emitting emltrll tremendous tr meldo1s claps cap of ofthunder oCthunder ofthunder
thunder thunderTho thunderrhe thunderrho
Tho wind changed to the northwest and andnoon andlon andsoon
noon lon the Maine coast c t an and d tho ocean wee wnsMen WA WAI weeamen
Men I far In the distance rlato Preparations Preparationswere IJrepartonl Preparationsweremads
were weremade made for a I descent de dnt and finally tnaly the theballoon thebloof theballoon
balloon bloof caught caupht In the trees treesPlttsfleld treesPlttl treesPittsfield
Plttsfleld Plttl eld is 160 16 miles mlel as the crow flies fliesfrom IHelfrom fliesfrom
from this city cty but Mr Van Sleet Slett said lald that thathis thlt thathis I
his hil trip must mUIt have covered 200 21 miles mil he because heaue ¬
cause ause of the change in 1 direction directionmiknE directon directonTJE directionmiiiiETo I
miknE TJE miiiiETo TO IAKK UU IAIMCII UINtUAad i
And drink drlk uw U Mlfbwl Hlbl Type Tvp of Amulets Aere Ufn UfnII WI WIT Wiase WiaseIL I
II T Dewey wer A 1 Soni Dt Co C 1M 1 Fulton Fulo St e New NewYelA
YelA
SMUGGLERS OFFER 260000 260000RAISE Z60OOOIHE 6OOOUIL4ISE
RAISE IHE ThEIR TIEIR Bllt nI TO AVOID AVOIDIMMINENT UOII UOIIHI11lENl 41Ol1lJl31Thliy1
IMMINENT HI11lENl PROS PlIOSECt EC FF1IO FF1IOolfltor t TION TIONCollector TlOVfolleetor
Collector olfltor Loch Ioel > Says Sa NoOar oI ar That 1at the theArrested th thrrtfd theArrested
Arrested rrtfd Agents entl Will 11 Turn Trn States StatesKtldrnce HlatcsIdrnee StatesEldcnee
Ktldrnce May 1 Hue lne Prompted lromJt t Search Hrarchfor
for ImmunityAuction InuIDnlAutton Ininiunity Auction S Sale l Ie Coining CoiningThe CoiningThe omln omlnThe
The two lawyers representing represnting unnamed unnamedclients unnamedclenta unnamedcliente
clients clenta who offered olered Harrison Osborne Osbornesolicitor Osbornesolctor Osbornesolicitor
solicitor solctor to Collector Colector Ioeb Iob 100000 100 if ifthe i itthe
the customs CltOlS authorities anthoriie would turn tun over overthe overthe overthe
the recently recnty seized ai71 gowns and laces laos and nnclguarantee andguarante andguarantee
guarantee guarante not to prosecute have put put up upa
a still sti stronger proportion proportionThey propoltionhey proponitionThey
They hey ore willing wilng to admit that tiattiieir tiattiieirclients their theirclients theircients
clients cients are guilty guity and that the total foreign foreignvalue Coreignvalue foreignvalue
value of all al the goods which they expected expectedto expcte expcteto
to get in by the use us of sleepers loprs trunks trunkswithout tunkR tunkRwithout trunkswithout
without addresses addre8sg and an unaccompanied unaccompaniedby unaccmpaniedby
by owners is about 100000 1000 They are arewilling arewiing arewilling
wiing willing to t pay py this amount into the coffers coffersof cfers cfersoC
of Uncle Unce Sam likewise lkowiso tho duty on 01 the thefinery tbefnery thefinery
finery fnery CO 6 per pr cent or 00000 00 and 100000 100000additional 100000additional 00 00addiional
additional addiional which is the limit lmit of the line linetho fne fnetho finethocliente
tho thocliente clients clent might have to pay if they were wereprosecuted wereproecuted wereprosecuted
prosecuted criminally criminaly What they want wantis
is not to be prosecuted and to get the thegowna thegowns thegowns
gowns gownaNaturally gownsXaturaly gownsNaturally
Naturally Xaturaly Collector Colectr Ioeb Iot rejected the theproposal theproplal theproposal
proposal proplal He refused yesterday to say saywhat lay laywhat saywhat
what he le thought about the people behind behindit behindi
it i but it i was Wil said saic that nil al the talent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Custom CUltom House louse will wil bo 10 brought into intoplay intoplay intoplay
play to discover who put up the capital capitalfor capial capialCor
for the actual smugglers Imug lerl The sleuths sleuthswould slethswould sleuthswould
would like IH < e to know the whereabouts whereaboutl of oftho orthe ofthe
the other 48000 worth of gowns gown chiefly chieflyprincess chienyprincls chieflyprincess
princess and Empire pattern patern which the thecustoms thecUltoms thecustoms
customs cUltoms men mtn infer were shipped to some someAmerican someAmerian someAmerican
American Amerian port and havent been seized seizedThe sel71 seizedThe
The ThE fear that the th prisoners under Ild r ar arrt arrest
rest rt for assisting alHi tn in the smuggling Amlgglng at atthis atthiB atthis
this end of the route ute may turn States Statesevidence Stuteevidence
evidence is i what whlt inspired InRpirpr the two tw law lawyers Iaw Iawen lawyers ¬
yers en each representing a different diferedt firm firmto trm trmto
to see if they the could not compromise comprrio the thecase theease
case cae with wih the Government Goverment The cus customs cu cutoms citstome ¬ I
toms men have no inkling inklng of the identity identityof
of the principal principl The Federal F deral Grand GrandJury Grnd GrndJm GrandJury I
Jury Jm has tho t case ca e under under consideration cnsideration
and it was hinted yesterday that some something something ¬ I
thing startling might come cme from fror its it in investigation invlt investigation ¬
vestigation vlt tion United nittd States Rtate District At Atforney Aitornoy I IIrne
forney Irne Wt Wise o went to WIhington ashington yesleri yesleriday jeterdY yesterIa
day Ia to confer with tho Treasury officials officialson ofcial ofcialOi
on Oi the subject A custom clIOI bflipiil moial who whohas whohI whohas
has hI been familiar CamBial with the ways Wt of smug smugglers smuggltt smugglers ¬
glers gltt for many mOi year eart said yesterday that thatho thatho thathe
ho believed belevel that tht no 10 big firm frm of importers importerswas imporler imporlerwas
was involved in the smuggling Hn llglilg of he thisgowns hegowns i
gowns and laces Ilc He said it wan WI proba prohahis j jble I Iblo
his that the guilt 11i persons Pnon were indi individual indiIdual mdividtial ¬
vidual dealers dealel and maybe majle some well wel to do dowomen dowomen dowomen
women or their husbands who worked workedthrough worle workedthrough
through dressmakers drlmaker and nd baggagemen baglBgeren on onthis onthi onthis
this thi side of the sea They wore willing wiing to toput toput toput
put up a large amount of money Pone perhaps perhapsrather prhpa prhparather perlisparather
rather than suffer Mufer the th disgrace dhgac of having havingtheir hAvingtbeir havingtbeir
tbeir names made public in connection connectionwith rnupction
I with smuggling the muJplng The official ofcial Hid he hebelieved heheleved hebelieved
believed heleved that these persons penons had employed employedI employe I
I the lawyers lawjef to siIgest sug ent t a compromise compromiseIt I II
It I is I not unlikely unlkely tint the lawyers thorn thmeh themselves j jselves
I selves eh may be called calpd upon to shed hp1 mime tome somelight i ilight i iljht
light on the mystery mysteryThat I II
ljht
I Iwas
I That part of the gowns and fin fnery finery ry that lhatwas thatwas
was seized sebe here is i at the Custom luMt m House Houseand 1 houseond OW OWwi
and will wi be offered ofered for sale lle some day da next nextwe nextwek nextweek
we wek week k United lnied States Htatf Marshal Ianhal Henkel Henkelpresiding Hfnkel Hfnkelpreiding Hsnkeipresiding
presiding at the auction which will wil lx lxin 1M bein
in the civil ci service ffrvice room accommodating accommodatingabout aCtmrodatinr nceommotlatinabout
about five fve hundred persons pron There are i
00 40 < French gowns jown in the collection clection many manylace j jlaro I Ilao
lace lao shirtwaists hirllisl i nloveu love lace trimmings trimmingsembroidery trimmin trimminemhroldery trimminguembroidery
embroidery and 1m unmade gowns Flue Thnauction Iho Flueaflctin
I auction will wi take five fv days or at thin rate ratoof rto rtoof rateof I
of one trunk tru u day dayJERICHOS dljCtt1
Ctt1 1 lfRl JERICHOS IERH IKOTKSr 1llTRr 1llTRrIIln lH TlST TlSThtiens
Clllen IIln Want ant Romtor Gonlr ovenior to To Tr to Put PutIn IiilInsane i
In Inaae Insane ane Hospital 10p1RI Kl EIseliere EIseliereulonmuon ewliere ewliereMonson CIrt
Monson lol80n Morris Iorril who has IU a country cuntr place placeI pluct pluctat
I at at Jericho li I 1 went to Albany Alb 0 last lastnight at atnight
night with a deputation deputaton of Jericho Jerch rili rilizeiis cii ciinR eiIizeus
zeus nR to to ask Gov Hughes lo t uso hw hi in intluenoe intlenc inthuienoe
tluenoe tlenc to prevent the new State hospital hospitalI
i for tho insane inKlne from being beinj built huit at Jericho JerichoThe Jercho JerchoI Jerichorho
The ut State Htat Lunacy Commission Cormision Mr Jr Morris Morrissaid Morril Morrillaid
I said laid yesterday has ha taken final fun I steps Htps to toacquire toacuire toacquire
acquire acuire property owned by H N Under tndtr tndtrhi Underhill I Ihill
hill and A and 8 Willed Wiet at Jericho JerichoThe JerichoTh JorichoTlto
hi ant
The whole proposition in il ridiculous rdiculoul ridiculousand j jand Iand
and an imposition not only on the tie people peopleof peoploC
of Jericho but on all al taxpayers as well wellsaid wel wellsaid
said Mr 11 Morris Iorr Among Aron those tnnt tnnthave t hf ho hohare t thave
have signed a petition ptition which I shall shal pre prosent re I Isent Isent
sent to the Governor Goeror are 110 Col Col Guorge Orgt A ADyer ADyer I
Paul Rainey W H
Dyer Rinev Thompson ThompsonJames ThomJol ThompsonJaniea
James Jam6 Taylor J J F f Barclay BarCa Nelson B I
Burr Joseph Josph Stevens and M 1 S Burrell BurrellThey Burrel i3urrellThey
They and others otwrs have havE pointed out lo lothe 10 10the tothe
the State authorities that u plot of ground groundof
of 1000 J 0 acres acre can On be 1 bought for 110 100 an anacre In Inacre anacre
acre It I is not far from fom the proposed proposedsite propoedsite
site at Jericho and it has nil ni of the scenic scenicattractions scnic scnicattraotionl scenicattruotions
attractions attraotionl and other meritorious meriorlou points pointsthat pointsthat oint8 oint8tUt
that tUt the Jericho property proprty offers ofer Why Whyshould Whyshould Whyshould
should they they want to pay py from 1300 to t 900 900an 0 900an
an In acre for H I site o that is il no more suitable suitableWe
We believe beleve the Governor Ooeror will il agree with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the people pople of Jericho J richo ami will wi help us usput tS tSput usput
put a stop to the plan planALB4NT planALBANY planALOaNT
ALBANY April Apri 19 11 Dr Albert W Ferns Fernspresident FelTiNpresident Ferrispresident
president of tbe State Stte Commission Commilion in inLunacy inLunaoy inLunacy
Lunacy returned retured to Albany Albny today tody after aftera aCer aCera
a visit vlit to the new site Bie for an insane insanehospital insne insnehO insanehospital
hospital hO pitl Mt t Oreonvale Orenale L I I against againstwhich Igaln9twhich againstwhich
which there has hs been ben such a I fire fre of re remonstrance remonstranc reinonstrance ¬
monstrance monstranc by near and Itd remote rt ote neighbors neighborsDr
Dr Ferris Feli announced that the purchase purchaseof
of ct the th tract Trill wi be concluded cncluded at once and andtitle ondtte andtitle
title tte will wi soon bo taken takenWOILD Uken UkenIrH1 thkenliMLl
WOILD IrH1 GIVE G H E MOT tTIIEHS 1J1 If EH 1 HAY HAYPreamble IJ1 IJ1Prtanble 1741Preamble
Preamble Prtanble to Resolution ntoluto Offered OfrrNlln in Mimic Mimiciota Minneiota Inle Inleola
iota House Protiatil limns to Iralre IralreMow lrlt iraleelIttNEAIOLI
Mow ILSEA lIttNEAIOLI AIOLJs IOLI April Apri 10 tl Representative RepresentativeI nell reltate reltatelwls
I bowls wis C Spooner 8pomr introduced d in the thp House Housetoday HOINI Joijs Joijstoday
today a resolution reAolulon requesting rprlueltiJI Gov GovJohnson Cov CovJohnon bYJohnson
Johnson to designate a Mothers
df8ijnat I fotherl Hay tnynnd Haynd fayand
and nd suggesting HUlleltu that the proposed holiday holdlY
be March Inrrh 6 c The preamble of this resolu resolution reKolulon resuiluution ¬
tion lon declares declaresv decln daclnresMankind res
v Mankind Ianllnd ran an never nevlr pity lIY the ti debt it itowes itowes
owes 0 to to the sweet fwelt patient noble loble loving lovingselfsacrificing lovhll lovingselfsacrifIcing
selfsacrificing lelsalrlrchlj women wOOn who r rJard rgard gard it ittheir ittl ittheir
their tl ir highest t mission mlsilon their Nupromest Nupromestpleasure IHIJrnl1 suipreniestpleasure
pleasure to perform tlm duties duU und Ind fill fl the therequirements tl thioroquuirernthits
requirements of mothers moth of men mel yd t all allaie 11 allare I
are II actuated aotuatd loss by sense of duty than thandictates thundlcttl8 titandictates
dictates dlcttl8 of Jove and who too often ofln full fullto ftl tti ii iito
to realize realze tho only reward rewtrrthny they musk II which whichis
is tlit thl love and ann appreciation apprIIUnn of husbands husbandsnnd hllHonde hllHondeAnd
And tender tndrrovlrencor tenlsrrcverellteot reverence of child chldnnr and who h ton tonoften tlo tloonen toooften
often with wih womans worlns urmwervnhln UfIWltAhl liyalty liyaltygo 1lly
go 10 bravely hrv I on to th tl end lnlllin tilling the Ihl divine divineofticn dlvlnorl divinenOire
nOire orl of wife wJ and anr mother rlthH only to receive reetlv
Ingratitude Inprattude and cold neglect nellfct In return retur returnActtonlwail
Actlonjiras Aclonu deferred doferd until unt tomorrow ft
KILLED BY HIS IlS DACGHTER DACGHTERJohn 1GIlFR 1GIlFRJuhn
John Wallace alact allace of llrookljn Shot thot Down DownNear IOWI iowiiNear
Near HI Hi Ills Home HomeJohn 10nll IlonieJohn
John Wallace Walace of 950 9G Lafayette Cayete avenue avenueBiooklyn avenueBrooklyn avenueBrooklyn
Brooklyn we wa was shot IllOt and killed kie by a daugh daughter daughttr
ter ttr last night near 1t8r his home When Whennt Whennslxl Whenasked
nt asked > kod why she had shot her father the thegirl thegirllsi thegirl
girl girllsi Haiti it I was WI because of the way he had hadtreated hdtreato hadtreated
treated treato his children chidren and that he was wasresponsible wasreponlible wasresponsible
responsible for the death of a brother brotherthrough brotherthrough rotherthrugh
through cruelty The police poloe think she sheis sheI sheis
I is insane insaneTen inan inanen InsaneTen
Ten en years yta1 ago the daughter left lef homo homoalleging homlaleging homealleging
alleging aleging ill i treatment She moved move to toManhattan to1lhalnl toManliattait
Manhattan 1lhalnl and took the name of Emma KnimaMiller Emmaller EmmaMiller
Miller ller From what could be learned learnedshe Ilamed Ilamedshe learnedshe
she and her hfr father Inthlr have had several severalwrangles severalwranglts seVeralwrangles
wrangles and the feeling fellng between them themwas themWI themwas
was WI bitter biter Five ive years year ago n I brother brotherdied brotherdied brotherdied
died and the girl laid his death at her herfathers herfltherl herfathers
fathers fltherl door doorLast dor doorLast I IJlt
Last Jlt night about 6 oclock ocock neighbors neighborssaw leighb01 I Iaw
saw aw a girl walking back and forth forh near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the Wallace Walace home Sho was well wel dressed dressedand dressedami dressedand
and carried carrie betel herself calmly On the thecorner thecomlr thecorner
corner comlr opposite opp06ie the Wallace Walac house Fred Frederick Frederick Frederick ¬
erick Bender of 830 80 Greene Orene avenue was wastalking watalkln wastalking
talking talkln < to two friends He saw Wallace Wallaceturn Walace WalaceI
turn tur the corner corer on his way home and just juata justalew
I a alew few feet further on meet his daughter daughterWithout daughterI daughterWithout
I Without warning the girl drew drw a I re revolver revolver ¬
volver and fired fred two shots both of which whichentered whichentered whichentered
entered Wallaces Walacs head near the temple templeHe
He fell Coi dead on tho sidewalk Bender ran ranto rantO
I to the the girl who was looking at the body bodyand bodyI
I and grabbed Irabbd the revolver from her hand handWho hnd hndWho handVhto
Who is i that man he asked askedMy askedi askedMy
i My father replied repled thegirl I shot shothim shothim
I him because bcuse of his treatment of me meapt meapt I Iapt
apt Decker of the Gates Oat avenue pre precinct preI precinct ¬
cinct was summoned IummDned and took tok the girl to tothe tothe tothe
I the station staton house houseWhy houpI houseWhy
Why did you do this he asked her herHe herle herlIe
I He le has hal never been a father to any of ofhis oChis ofiti
his iti children and he killed kied my brother five fiveyears fve fveI fiveyears
I years ago through ill il treatment treatment she re replied rE rEpled replied ¬
plied pliedShe pled pliedShe
She said e id her hlr name na me was Emma Miller Iler nnd nndthat nndI andthat
that thlt she lived lved at 147 17 East Eet 117th 17th street streetJohn BtreetJohn streetJohn
I John Hobart Robar proprietor of a furnished furnishedroom
room house at that address said id last laatnight lastnight lastnight
night that tlat an Emma Emma Miller Mler harl been liv living IhInl livlug ¬
lug Inl there for a month He knew nothing nothingabout nothingabout nothingabout
about her he said saidWallaces lid lidWalacs saidWallaces
Wallaces Walacs body bdy was removed to a neigh neighboring neighI neighboring ¬
I boring undertaking establishment establishmentAt etnblsbment etnblsbmentr
r At Wallaces Walacs home a woman whp said saidshe sid sidshe saidsite
she was wa8a a daughter dauRhtr answered a reporters reportersring
ring and when told t ld that tht her father had hadboon hBdlefn hadbeen
boon lefn shot asked askedWas oske nakedVas
Was it by ly tho Manhattan Manhttn girl girlShe Ki1 girlShe
She Sh refused refud to t say any more and added addedthat addedthut addedthat
that thut site sle did not know who the girl gir was wasWallace Wa wasVnllaoo
Wallace Walac was 00 6 years yer old and a saw sawmaker 8W 8Wmaker sawmaker
maker by trade tde He livqd lvqd with wih a I son sonEdward 80nEdwrd eonEdward
Edward II I and four daughters daughters His Hiswife Hs Hswire Hiswife
wife died several severl years yor ago agoSI agofUlEl agoSfh1llll
SI MMTR fUlEl DY 1M IN APRIL APRILnilli Hn Hnlh 41lfILWith
With lh a Regulation IfJolalon Summer ummlr Thunder Thunderrliower Thundernboer Thundershower
shower ai the Sun Sank SantA Iak Iak7opbyr
A zephyr 7opbyr from the th blossoming blo oming South Southbrought Routhbrought Southbrought
brought up to this thll latitude latiud9 yesterday yesterdaytha Y Yth
the th temperature t mpratur of summer making makingtho
tho overcoatless overcoates glad that they had em emin emin eatin
in hock and Inspiring the perspiring prlplring to towish towish towish
wish they had taken tken ol 0 their winter winterflannels wint wintttnnnels winterflannels
flannels The mercury got to 80 de degrees r ciagrass ¬
grass r at 3 in the afternoon aCteroon and stuck there therean
an hour hourAn hourAn hourAn
An hour before beror sunset the cloud of ofmenace 01mennc ofmenace
menace mennc of a bummer thunderstorm rosa rosain rosin rosein
in its usual way WIV on the Jersey Jers v shore It Itwas I Itvas
was not so 0 dark as some summer thunder thunderclouds thundercloud thunderclouds ¬
clouds but it was W3 almost as heavily heavilycharged heaviy heaviycharged heavilycharged
charged with wi th crackling cracklng incandescence incandescancsTho incandecnc incandecnche
Tho he first tremulous trelaou split plt in the darkn darknwas darknem darknemwas 1
was noted by the expert on the Weither WeitherBureau WltherBurenu VeatherBureau
Bureau tower at Oil 61 oclock ocock There Thereafter Thereafer Thereafter ¬
after afer the lighting lghtiul jabbed jabbe holes in the air airall airal airnit
all al over the town townTtio townThe townltie
The first tIt stoim Mt < rl ceased cea d to ba b vocal in innbout iunhult innhuoiit
nbout nhult twenty minutes Thereifter Thereafer until I Iolock Ift
1 ft oclock there wore intermittent int rmitent growls growlsand growlsand rols rolsund
and showers showeri gentle compared compar with the themidsummer themi thentid3llmmer
midsummer mi ummer torrential variety variet Coolness foolnanscame Cooln Coolncame
came with wih the rain rin the temperature temperaturedropping temperaturE temperaturedropping
dropping from 78 71 degrees when the first firstdrops frs firstdrops t I
drops fell Cel downtown lo 1012 02 6 degrees degre about aboutj
7 oclock oclockThere odockThere oclockThere
There have been beu hotter April pril days dayshere daYdhere dayshero
here but not many The very hottest hotteston hotoMt hotoMton
on record record was wal April Apri 18 II 189i > when th3 th3mercury th3mercur th thntcrcliry
mercury mercur climed cime to W I 94 degree de ree Tester YVsterdiyn Testerdays tter tterdJ1
days storm was caused by the invasion invasionof
of the warm nn and moist moitt atmosphere atmosphr here hereabout hereabout herealIGht ¬
about by a cool section of air from the theAVeM theel theuest
AVeM el The rainfall rainfal was wa less Ie than a I iiur iiurter qiurtar
tar tel of an inch inchHE inchIIT hichIIElIi
HE IIT IIElIi VY WINDSTORM lWIOll i 14IT 14ITIart IA iitivr iitivrTart 41If1X1iari
Tart of a 1 Partition rarttion of Plate PItr filai u In thr thrSenate th thSlft thSenate
Slft Senate Iosl Ofllcr mown 110 Over OverAIUANT 011 011AfU OverAIuAy
AIUANT AfU XY April Apri 19 10Capitol Capitol depart departments departments departutients ¬
ments suffered some damage this after afternoon ahernoon afternooll ¬
noon from the windstorm windstor which made a I
Isudren sudden visitation vi itaLon to Albany without much muchpreliminary muchlrelimitlar3
preliminary prelrilal warning While Wbi at work in inthe inthe inthe II
I the Senate post p t office ofce at about abut 230 oclock oclockPout ocock ocockPostmarer oclockIostmnaster
Pout Postmarer mast or C M 1 Reed and an assistant assistantHenry assistantHenry
1llstant 1llstantHenry
Henry S White Whie Vhlt were startled startle by the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great gust which scame cae came in through an anopen 11 nitopen
open window with wih such loh force that it threw threwover threwover threwover
over the upper tppr section setion of a partition partiion of ofplate oCplate ofplate
plate glass in the post office ofce quarter quarterThe qlarterI quartersThe
The heavy glass glaa fell fel to the floor foor and nar narrowly lar larrowly utarrowly ¬
rowly escaped striking the two man manWhite menWhite 8a 8aWhie
I White Whie was ecap slightly slgbtly out outAt Ott OttAt omitAt
At the same me time the wind tore toro off of on onof 01 one oneof
of the great electroliers eleotrole1 on tbe eastern easternapproach eter easteultapproach
approach and smashed the electrio in incandescent iacanescent incandescent ¬
candescent canescent lamps lamp and fixtures fxture which it itcontained itcntinEd itcontained
contained cntinEd On another anothe electrolier eletroler a able ableglobe big bigglobe bigglobe
globe containing cntai g more light lght was wa carried carriedaway Carie Carieaway carriedaway
away and on the fourth fourb floor foor inside inide the thebig thebig thebig
big building buiding the wind coming through an anopen anopen anopen
open window in the Quarters quarer of the State StateCourt St StateCourt te teCour
Court Cour of Claims blew out a great < real door doorleading doorleading doorleading
leading from the court cur room to the hall hallsmashing hal hailsmashing I
smashing the heavy gloss in the door and andstartling andstarlng andstartling
startling starlng the session of the court courtREMORSEFlL cotrt cotrt1F1WllFI courtl1fl1OliSfFt7
REMORSEFlL 1F1WllFI fI KISSER HSFI HKIlt 1 11 Eln Elnlr fl 11 11Mr
Mr 11 lr r ioert < oprll llliint Ildnt Think Mrs lr Nehrlunc NehrluncMould Neheluingouulul ehlll
Mould oli ouulul I Make a Fun ful About bout It ItGottlieb 1 Itlotthieb
Gottlieb OoUleb Goertz Goert7 of 6fl 9 Garden Gard n street streetHoboken ItreetHobokon streetIloboken
Hoboken was wal held in 300 00 bail bul for the theGrand theOmnd th thGrand
Grand Jury Jut by Recorder McGovorn fcOover in inthat inthat inthat
that city yesterday for kissing kl lng Mrs 111 1lor 1lorenco 1101 Florenco
enco Ncbelung Nehelunl at at her home against t her herwill herwill i iwil
will
willH H 1 hum slid lail lie hp knew krlv I he woman very welt wel welland i iand I Innd
and did not expert expAc that she would wClld make makesuch mnkAIlch makemmdi
such Ilch a fuss fUI He le bora blrnme became mo greitly prty excited excitedin excied I
in il the court court room and anr in a fit ft or remorse I emorsetangel mo mohanld I Ibanged
banged hanld his hil mad on 01 the tl cletks oltk de fl flItthoek uIk uIkhitchcock < k kllltplifnnk
llltplifnnk Itthoek Lratrn I All 1 to III IIISr ills 4 iIfe iIfeSr Ifr I
Sr Louis April Apri 19 JI The will wi of Ethan EthanAllen EtbanAllen I
Allen Alen Hitchcock former furmercretry Secretary of the th theInterior i iInterior I
Interior Intrlo was wa fllod this afternoon Itlrnool in the theProlmtA th thPruhnt theProbate
Probate Court ourt Jr The document rucumnl written writtenby wrltfn I
by Mi MI Hitcheoek Hltchc lk himself hlmH1 leaves If vpl the theentire theentro theentIre
entire entro flUte estate to his hl widow Mr Mrl Margaret MargaretD I I ID
D Hitchcock Hlwhco i
LETTER SET HER RAGING RAGINGWOM RAGINGJJII RAGINGIIOllIN
WOM JJII IIOllIN IX SMASHES 1i1 FS WHXITIRE WHXITIREIN Jl I R E EIN
IN C II I HHWII JllHlra tVS OFFICE OFFICEShe OPIE OPIESlt
She Slt iai ja > Shes SheIlrl SiiesMrs lr MrlilK lVrlulgway rhlwa a > and nd a Note Notelo ot olc olcto t tto
to Dear ninrlei Cull She Head Ied IedFrom Uas UasFrom ia4From
From a Woman WOI1 Um recked t > kr er < l a Dock oe and amiSllrror andI anl3lIrrorVrIagvusy
I Sllrror 3lIrrorVrIagvusy lrorrlll Wrlrtgvtaj a Jot a Policeman rollcrninnA PoletAan PoletAanwoman
A woman who said si thai that she was Wi Mrs MrsClara Mr MrsClara
Clara Cilr Wridgwayof 113 1 West We t 148th street streetthe streetthe streetthe
the wife of Charles W Wridgway Wrid wa first lt ltviapresident firstvioepresident
vicepresident of the Peerless Motor Car CarCompany CarCompany i iCompany
Company at 22 2 West Fortyfirst Fortyfnt street streetwent strot streetwent I
went to t the office ofc of that concern cncr yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon and asked alked to see ee her hue husband 1us 1usbnd hueband ¬
band bnd Alfred AIred Mayors Iayer the manager told toldher toldher toldher
her that Mr Wridgway was out out She Shesaid Sheald Sheaid
said that she would wait and sat down in inthe inthe inthe
the office officeA omo
A postman came in with lth a letter leter ad addressed addrCed addressed ¬
dressed drCed to Mr Wridgway The envelope envelopebore
bore the crest of a a hotel and the writing writingwas writng
was in a womans hand Mrs Ir Wridgwny Wridgwnyread WridEwlY WridEwlYread II
read the letter leter She told the reporter reporterlater reporterlatr reporterslater
later latr that tht it was wa from a woman and that thatafter tbatarter thatafter
after beginning My dear Charles the thewriter thewriter
writer writr said that she Ihe had been ben sorry not notto notto notto I
to meet mee Mr Wridgway Wrld way at West Point and andthat andtht andthat
that tht she had called Cdled him nt his office olice on onSatu onSatu I
Satu Stnrday rday and at n I restau resUurnt rant on Su Sunday SundayThe ndiiy ndiiyThe
The letter acccording ncccoring to the woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who says shes she Mrs Ir Wridgwny ended endedwith endedwith endedwith
with the remark rmark that the writer writr thought thoughtthat thoughtthat I
that shed better vnmp nmpw as IS Wridgway Wridgwaywa y I Iwaf
wa waf was tired tr of her but that she would like liketo lke liketo I
to t have hve a final Inal interview interviewAfter intervipw intervipwfer interviewMter
After fer reading the letter leter the woman womanwaited womanwaite4 I Iwaited
waited until unti Wridgwny Wridgl came cme in She Shoshowed Sheshowe Sheshowed
showed showe him the letter leter Ko e tried to grab grabit
it from her and tumbled tumble on the floor tor in inthe inthe inthe I
the struggle Mrs Jt Wridgway says that thatshe thlthe thatshe
she he told Jlr lr Wridgway Wrldgay it was WHI time tme he hestopped ht hestopped
stopped stoppedThen stoppedTen stoppedThen
Then Ten according accoring to her story stor she he picked pickedup picke
wrench that had been left
up a heavy by byworkmen byworkmen byworkmen
workmen and threw thrw it through the glass glassdoor glassdoor la88 la88door
door of a cabinet where Mr Wridgway Wridgwaykept Wridpay Wridpaykept Vridgwaykept
kept a collection of medals in
colecion meal won bicycle bicycleraces biccle bicycleraces
races racs in England Her next missile milie was a aletter aIettr aletter
letter Iettr file le This was wst nimed at an onyx onyxclock onyxclock onyxclock I
clock and hit it itAfter it itAfter
After Afer that tt two mirrors mirror went to t smash Mnashand 8mashand smashand
and at this point Wridgway Wridgay who had hd re retreated 10 10trt retreated ¬
treated trt while whie the smashing srahinp was W I being beingdone beingdonE beingdone
done back with Policeman
donE came cme Poloeman Murphy Murphyof
of the West Wet Thirtyseventh street station stationOn Ht < tOI
On the way to the station tdaton house houl whore whoreshe whereshe whoreshe
she was wa taken tken on a charge charro of disorderly disorderlyconduct diorerv diorervcnduct disorderlyconduct
conduct cnduct the woman told the policeman policemanthat plcman plcmantht
that tht her husband owed owr her 130 35000 and andthat andthat andthat
that she he hd to his office to
of this thi gone ofco get jet 0000 0000of 000 000of 9000of
She explained that she he wanted wante 10000 10000to 10
to use u in a real rel estate etat deal today and andthat andthat andthat
that she had 1000 JO in her pocket pket Tho
1000 10 was found when she was searched searchedat sarched sarchedat
at the police polc station stationWridgway stationWridgway stationWridgway
Wridgway didnt didnt appear apper in the matter matterafter matteraCer matterafter
after aCer calling clng in the policeman plceman Alfred AlfredMayers AlfredMayers Cre
Mayers Mayer made the complaint at at the police policestation plk plkstaton policestation
station staton and later latr in the night court crt before beforeMagistrate bror beforeMagistrate
Magistrate Iagistrat Barlow Balow where the woman womanwas womanWAd womanwas
was charged charge with entering the te premises premisesat prmises prmisesat
at 222 West We t Fortyfirst Fortyfrst street etret and breaking breakingseveral breaking1erl breakingseveral
several 1erl mirrors mirron and an onyx clock valued valuedat aluedat llued lluedat
at 25 25In 25In 25In
In answer Inswer to the charge toe III woman womanhanded womanhnndld womanhanded
handed hnndld Magistrate Barlow Hrlow the letter letterwhich leter leterwhich letterwhich
which she had
Ihe intercepted interceptedIts intercptedI
Its I to my husband and from another anotherwoman anotherwoman anotherwoman
woman she said saidWhile sid sidWhie saidWhile
While Whie the Magistrate was WIO reading the theletter theletter theletter
letter Mr fr Mayers fayer broke in with the dec declaration dfc dfclaration declaration ¬
laration that tht the prisoner wasnt wagnt Mrs MrsWridgway Mr MrsWridgwuy
Wridgway at all a but blt a Mrs Ir Foener Foenerwith FOlmerwih Foenorwith
with wih whom Wridgwny boarded boane The TheMagistrate Theaglstrate TueMagistrate
Magistrate asked nlke Mayers Iaer how long he hehod heb hehad
had b known the woman He replied repliedthat repled repledthat repliedthat
that he had hd met her bel two months month ago agoAfter agoAfier agoAfter
After reading the letter leter Magistrate MagistrateBarlow Magitrte MagitrteBarlow MagistrateBarlow
Barlow handed it back to the
hande it woman and andsaid andsid andsaid
said saidShe sid I IShe
She evidently has hal some me claim upon Mr MrWridgway MrWridgway MrVuridgway
Wridgway and Ill discharge her herTbe herThe j
The woman told the reporters rprter that she shewas shewa6 shewas
was married to Wridgway Wridpway threo years yearsago yearalo yearsago
ago alo in a church at 122d street and I Ienox Ienoxafnle Iennx Iennxavenue nox noxavenue
avenue avenueSOARS afnle afnleSUR avenuesutlts
SOARS II ITIIOI lITIUJ T t ItERItlCK ItERItlCKrn IJFll1I
Ntw > rn Feat of Wibur Hlltmr tibur HrlBhtIUIIan rl ht1lan In Knlliunlamn Intlal inIluuusiasuui
lliunlamn tlal 1 Slop Slop Trial TrialS TrlI8Jj TrialsCpciat
8Jj S Cpciat fiul Cablr Cob Heipntth to e THE su sul4ozE SUN SUNHoiiE ll llHOlE
HoiiE HOlE April Apri ItWimr 19Wilbur Wilbur Wright made madoan ma o oan
an ascension Iscntion today without wihout the aid aidof aidof
of a derrick derick and Ind rose 100 to a height of 150 150feet 150fet isofeet
feet fet A wildly widlv enthusiastic rnthusiatc crowd cowd which whichwitnessed whichwinlsd whichwitnessed
witnessed winlsd the performance prformanc invaded tho thofield thofield I
field fld and Ild eo interfered Intrfered with the manoeuvres man manimvresthat uvres i ithat ithat
that Air Wriffht rilht was Wil oomnelloH rmnlf In t hrinir hri I
the th e exhibition hibiti t to a close I and nd convey e the theairship ih ihairship theairattip
airship to the shed shedIn shedIn shedIn
In the morning Wright made fa lie two twoshort twoshor twoshort
short shor flights fight in his h aeroplane accompanied accompaniedby acmpanied acmpaniedbv
by Lieut Iiel1 Caldara who steered ltre the ma machine macin nunchine ¬
chine chineCHOKER cin
I
I II CHOKER IWlFll VETOES HI mIW mIWNot NEIt NEItNot
Not to He lt Put Plt In II the llRhl 1Irht of a Pollllt Poltlal Poltlall PolitIcalIlarmonlet > al alHarmonist
Harmonist HarmonistThe l mollst mollstThe
The plan of the members member of the Demo Democratic Democratic Dontocratic ¬
cratic Club to give gie a farewell farewel dinner to toRichard toRiohard toRichard
Richard Croker before he goes goe back to toIreland toIrelnd toIreland
Ireland Irelnd next week has hal been be n dropped droppedExSenator droppedExSenator droppedExSenator
ExSenator John Fox the president of ofthe orthe offlue
the club said sid last night that the dinner dinnerhad dinnerhad dinnerhad
had been called ied off of A lt at t Mr Crokers Crokfrs own ownrequest ownreuMt ownrequest
request requestWhen reuMt requestWhen
When the announcement was first frst made madethat madethat madethat
that the dinner dinnr was to be held it was wasstated wuetated wa wastated
stated also by some soml of those in charge chargethat charKothat chargethat
that advantage advantie would be taken of it to toget toget toget
get Murphy and XcCarren Jcarren together and andthat andthat andthat
that Crokers influence infuence would be used to tobring tobrini tobring
bring this about aboutOn Ibout aboutOn
On the night nlpht Mr Croker i reached New NewYork Nlw NlwYork NewYork
York from frm Florida Jiorida he was WI asked if he hewould hewould hewould
would help out this thil harmony plan and andhe Ind Indh andlit
he h stated emphatically emphatialy that he hI would wouldliavo wouldhlvn woullIhave
have hlvn nothing nothhll to do dl d with wih politics politicsDespite poltics polticsDllpio politicsDespite
Despite Dllpio this thlf assertion there has been beenso hnIO
so IO much porsiHtence in referring to thn thndinner thndinner thusdinner
dinner tit a n 1 harmony gathering Kathlrinp in instead InHlpar instead ¬
stead Hlpar of one nt t which Mr 1 r Croker would wouldbe
be able lo wish wllh his II friends goodhy that thatMr IhatIr thatMr
Mr Ir Crokor n aler asked ked Mr Ir Fox to drop the thewhole thewhnl tuewhole
whole thing Before EfCOrl bo sails there may
ho mi 11 ii it Informal Inrorlli I reception rocepi imnatthe at the club clubM cilh cilh1RFIJ ci ii m mlItllwlxut
M 1RFIJ lItllwlxut l flTJIVM CL1 tIJls 11 S HER 11m TIME 1E llllFall
31 31 all Minute lnnha OfT C the thl lasllionnil JI tbolnIIord Record RecordIn
In 11 Just IAt Completed CCmplltd Vo OIt oit oitspecelI > Bge Bgeatcial
atcial p WI l CINI iw l 1prtcC > tip < un ia TIIK TiE HUN HUNQUKrNfTonv 111 HisQvvItNsTows
QUKrNfTonv QUYINlTOWS April 10Tho steam sloamuhlp llam llamship steamship
ship Mauritania MaurlAnll which sailed flrd from New Newnrk ew
York nrk on April Apri H and arrived hero today todaymade toJy toJyIHuie todnyumiade
made IHuie the trip In Ir 4 day IAYI 19 hours mid Iml Imlmlnut 21 21minute 2Jminutes
minute breaking the Ihl record by in inminute rnat n nmlnUI4A
minute minuteBho mlnUI4A mlnUI4AShe at lnutmri8he
She averaged averl 29i2 42 kot knots an bout hou 1
MAY 1NI MRI iURIEIS MtRIlERS > ERS TO AVEXGE AVEXGEYOIUIK UElOF UElOFour tllNGEoun
YOIUIK our oun Turks Bitter Over Massacre Is crf of ofAmi ofrm ofram
Ami rm y Officers In Constantinople ConstantinopleMptclal co tntn ple pleSpuQl
special CaUe Dnpatch Jrp4h to THE Sirs SirsIXXNDON SUNImos SUMIASD0
IXXNDON April AIri 20 20The The Times Tirll des despatches del delpatchee tiespatches
patches from Constantinople Constantnople and Vienna Viennapoint Viennapoiqt iennapoiqt
poiqt out Olt that that the alleged alege demand of the theCommittee IheCommitte theCommittee
Committee Committe of Union and Progress Progre8 for the thepunishment tbepunishment thepunishment
punishment of the authors of the outbreak outbreakmay outbreakmay outbreakmay
may acquire grim significance lignitcnce The Theactivity Theatviy Theactivity
activity atviy of the reactionaries during durinl the thefirst thefrt thefirst
first frt three days of the revolution revoluton was wal of a ashocking ai ashocking
j i shocking character characterSeveral characterSeveral
I Several Heverl murders murder were committed committd at attheir attl attheir
their tl ir instigation instiluton and they undoubtedly undoubtedlypredisposed undoubtely undoubtelypredispcsed undoubtedlypredisposed
predisposed large sections of the public publiceven publc publceven publiceven
even t1oe those opposed to the committee committeeto committe committeto
to assume Issume that thi the YildiK Yldir Palace played playeda
a large part pat in kindling kindlng the outbreak outbreakThere outbrek outbrekThert outbreaklhereu
There Thert appears apIr to be an < n element of ofbitterness ofI ofbitterness
I bitterness biUerne at the present prOenl time in the mInds rnindftof mndRloc
loc I of the Committee Commitee of Union and Progress Progresswhich Prpr0 Progresswhich
which was as absent last year when the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Turk movement compelled compller the theadoption theaopton flueadoption
adoption aopton of the Constitution Cnsttution and many manyof mlny
of the officers omcer who are now gathering gatering at utthe atthe atthe
the gates of Coiibtuntmople orColltantnople will wi be eager eagerto
to avenge tho blood hlo of their comrades comrrcs who whowere whowere whowere
were murdered lurderE last llst well weUAn wellAl weltAu
An Al official ofcial telegram telegrm received in Vienna Viennaleporl iemmreporU iennareports
reports reporU that 220 o Young Turk officer ol oe 1 in including includlnj ineluding ¬
eluding cludlnj nil al the officers ofceI of one cavalry cavalryregiment cval cavalryregiment 1 1regiment
regiment were murdered by their men menMISS menJlS menilIss
MISS JlS IIWiEI IYE > STILL t WIFE WIFENctaila InENlua lIIIENevaula
I
Nctaila Nlua Courts ourt Hold Iltl Motherns Sthm Spume Spumelo Spol e
lo He a > onlle onIldnt onIldntUxo enhtelIent enhtelIentRico < l < lrnt lrntKINO
KINO Xev ev April Apri liVirginia t Virginia Harned HarnedSothern Hrned HrnedHother HarnedSothern
failed divorce today todayThe toda todaThe
Sothern Hother faied to get a cvorr toda
The Court liimed d its Is refusal rru81 on the ground groundthnt groundthat roundthat
that she is if a nonresident nonresidentMrs nonrlident nonrlidentMf
Mrs Mf Sothern Sother stayed in Reno only two twoor twoor twoor
or three thr days merely m rly long enough to to make makedeposition makedepsiion maketluuposittoit
deposition depsiion before beor her lawyers in their theirchambers thir tbeirchambers
chambers cJmhr and Sothern adopted the same sametactics SAmetctics sametactics
tactics tacticsIt tctics tcticsI
It I was an intimated intimted several sveral days ago thnt thntthe thutthe tltatthe
the Reno courts would hereafter heraftr refuse lefuseto rfus
to grant divorces to people pople who failed failedto faied faiedto
in Inthe the much muchadversi muchadver niuchadverse
to establish establb residence rsidence city cty cityas as
adverse adver comment cmment has ha been bn made on the thelax thelax thelax
lax methods that have prevailed prevailedROBBER prevaied prevaiedIBDER prevailedltonnR
ROBBER GETS 8 J3 J YEARS YEARSIHKr rEfil rEfilIulf 1EI1lJudge
Iulf Judge hike Ulkt Cites 1 llrookljn Jrookln Burglar Full TullTerm 111 FullTerm
Term TErm as a a Second ltcond Offender Offenderllyrnan OITenler OITenlerHymun OtT ruder ruderIlyman
llyrnan Fitzgerald Fit7gerld 31 years yera old who whopleaded whoplede whopleaded
pleaded plede guilty guity to attempted attmpt burglary burglaryin hurglar
in the first frt degree degre nnd nd andwas was as indicted indicte aa aaa I Ia asa
a second sond offender otender was wa sentenced lentnc yester yesterday yeetr yeetrdy yesterday ¬
day dy by Judge Dike Dke in the County Court CourtBrooklyn CourtBrooklyn CourtBrooklyn
Brooklyn to fortytwo years yea1 imprison imprisonmAnt
mAnt in Sing Sin I Sine Sin
orth Oritzhandler de and d Mayer Krinich Krini h his hisassociates hisassocats hisassociatesin
associates assocats in a hundred hundrd or more robberies robberiesIn robbries robbriesi
In i the Eastern Etr District Istrict as the police polc allege allegewere alege alegewer allegewere
were wer arrested arnst on April Apri 3 while whie attempting attemptingto attmpUng attmpUngto
to breallnto breaJlnto the apartments aparments of Policeman PolicemanWoodlo Polcan PolcanWoolo PolicemanWoodlo
Woodlo Woolo at 282 Buth South Second Seond street streetBoth stret stretBoth streetBoth
Both had been out of prison
bn ot only a afew Alew afew
few months They used to pull pul the tips tipsfrom tipsfrom tipsfrom
from the gasjeta gasjet on entering entrig the rooms roomsand room8and roomsand
and turn on the gas in order ordr to stupefy stupefythe stuply stuplythe
the occupants oupant Krinich in il awaiting awaitng trial trialRIOES trialRIDFS trialIfIDFS
RIOES RIDFS JTI 1 iJ MILES VIS iii I IN A t DAY DAYLses vnowbo P41ExCowhoy
ExCowhoy owbo Lses tSfS Eight Elht Arab Horses 10rle In InJaut a aJaunt aJaunt
Jaunt Jaut of 17 I t hours 10ur and S3 3 Minutes MinutesPITTKFIFLD MlnutePITTSFIELD llnutePJTTtYJFLD
PITTKFIFLD PJTTtYJFLD April Apri IB IYGeorg 19George George A Dick Dickinson Dickinson Dickinson ¬
inson excowboy xcowby and excavalryman excavalrymanemployed excvalrman excvalrmanemploye oxcavalrymanemployed
employed employe us s horse hor trainer for William WilliamP Wilam WilamP
P Dixon of New York rode roe eight Arabian Arabianblooded Arabianblooed Arabianblooded
blooded blooed horses 155 miles mie today in 17 17hours 17hour 17hours
hours hour and 53 5 minutes minutesDickinson minute minutesDickinson
Dickinson nckllon was in the saddle 13 1 hours hoursand hourand hoursand
and 5 5 59 minute minute It I Is said this was the thelongest thelongeet thelongest
longest ride rde ever undertaken in the East Eastand FA6tnd Eastand
and nd the best time timeThe timefhe
tme tmeThe
The ride was wal over a course of nix N x and andsevententh andseententh andsevententh
sevententh miles of country road rod He Hei Hemade
1 i made twentythree twentthre circuits crcuit of the course coursei cour
i and won 15 500 Dickinson Dckinson served sered in the theSventh theSeventh
1 Seventh Sventh United Unit d States Cavalry Cavalr in Arizona Arizonannd Ar7ona Ar7onaI Arizonaland
I land And in inCuiba Cuba In the SpanishAmerican RpanlshAmericn War WarI
I
I VI7IV EI FRECII 1ll lItENCIIIRLtDVUUljTS lItENCIIIRLtDVUUljTSTile CI I IHEHIHGIITS H REi H01 C H TS TSI I II I
I The Tll Illilerot Ihlerot Launched esterilaj f trda the theComlorcel theI I
I I Comlorcel oncort to He I Floated Today TIla TIlaptjr TodayI
sprci tpeci7Z ptjr < il Cable Despatch la Tar Tnr Su SUx us
I PARIS P ARI April Aprl 19The 11 tO Tut The Diderot the thesecond thet
t second eond of the six iix Dreadnoughts being beingi ling linghuit beingbuilt
i built huit by France Frnc was launched at St StNaaire StN07air StNazaire
Naaire N07air today The third vessel Issel of this thisclass tbisls thisclass
class ls the Condoroet Cndorot will wi be bf launched at atI atSI atSt
I SI Xayaire tomorrow tomorrowi tomorow tomorowThe
i The Voltaire Volalre the first fr t of his Ihil class cnS of ofwarships ofwarshis ofI
I warships was wa launched lautched at at Toulon on onJanuary onJanuarr onI
I January 16 The vessels vlell which are sim similar simIar aimI ¬
I liar Iar were authoried lulbori7el by I the Ihf naval act of
1007 107 They Tlieyhnve hne turbinenngines turbine ongines and carry I
four guns of 303 millimeters miimeter twelve of
240 sixteen Iixtel of 75 and eight ellht of o 47 47millimeter 4 47millimeters
millimeter millimeterEach milmeter millimetersEach
Each vessel ve S1 coats COltB 11080 10800000 The ar armor armor armor ¬
mor of these the vessels is not so thick as 8 that thatof thatOr
of the British 8ritiih Dreadnoughts DreadnoughtsBELLEVlES Dradnou DreadnoughtsBELLtUES hts htsBELI
BELLEVlES BELI IES HOG 10 FRIEI jRIEjIJ > DEll VEAltnorth IFJ IFJI DElliortll
I north 1orth More or a Gold Collar Colar for Satin SlnUtte n nUttle itLittle
Little Utte Girls IJfe IJfeWorth 1fl IfeWorth
j Worth the theonly only dog allowed alowe in Bellevue BellevueHoepiUl Beleue BeleueHOpitl BellevueHospital
Hospital HOpitl and the friend of all al the physi physicians physlciap physicians
cians nurses nur and convalescent conalecelt patients patientsdied patent patientsdied
I died at the hospital yesterday of cistern rl cisternper tem
I per H He e was wa a white whit whiteand and tan tn field eld spaniel spanieland spanieland pniel
and was wa the property of Thomas Thor Haga Hagadors Hagador Eagadora
I dora dor the te seventeenyearold eventeenYOrold nephew of ofAssistant of ofI ofAMiatant
Assistant Auitnt Superintendent M l J r Richard RiclcardLast RickardLet RichardLast
I Last Let summer when the Rickard Rickard and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their n nephew phew were wee at their summer home homeat
at City Island Worth saved ave a sixyearold sixyearoldgirl
girl Eva Kelly Kely from drowning drnir The Thegirl Thegir Thegirl
girl gir had fallen falen from a I wharf har Worth Worthjumped Worthjumpe Worthjumped
jumped jumpe in caught hold of her clothing clothingbrought cothing cothingbrought clothingbrought
brought her back to the edge ege of the wharf wharfand whr wharfand
and nd held her above water until help came cameIn cameIn cameIn
In memory memol of this thl service the childs childsfather chidl childafather
father Cathel gave Worth n 1 gold Koll plated collar collarnf colar colarU collarIll
nf U Ill or WATERSPIERCI iTlm PIFII ttSll ttSllOil < is isOH ISIII ISIIII ISIIIOi I
OH Oi Company olpn Sends Ilnt4 Nearl Ntrl Jearly VJtOOOOO I OOOOO < > to toAmtln to14In totuistlui
Amtln 14In to Pay r Texas rf Fine FineDUIM8 FintDaiiss I
DAS Tox 101 April Apri 10 Nearly 2000 200
1000 101 001 of WnlnrsPiorcB WntorPierc Oil Oi Company money moneypassed monevpnstd moneynssed
passed through Dallas Iull over Oer the Krlsoo KrlsooI frllo 1risooSanta
I I Santa IV I route rOlte early this thll morning In Intransit InI
I transit transit from St Loins Jolil to Austin A IMtlnt to pay payI paytbe paythe
I the oil companys companY1 fine fne to the State of ofTexas
I Texas for violation violaton of the nntitnist lows lowsTho lawl lawsItu
The Itu Wells Well Fnr Faro o express car contain containing contin continIng contaIning ¬
ing the treasure rreuuro had hd six Ilx special lpoial guards all allheavily al allheavily
heavily armed armedKlla armOdElla
heuvll arme
Ella 1 lUult la11 Header Ilaltr n Panama Ul Ib1 lAbel > H nit nitnnw flItflees 1
flees nnwMr ne neI fleesMrs
I Mr I Ella I I Bawls Ilwll Render R der a promoter promoteri
i I was called cale as ll n witness wIU yesterday before beforethn h beforethe Core Coreth
the th Federal Jlral Orand Jury Iur In th thl the latters Iltterl
i idalOlo dal investigation Investigaton 4i6 in the WorWPonama scan1 scan cln1 cln1idalOlo 1 i
t
MAY BE SULTANS LAST DAT DATv DATiOlVfl D DAtIOUXq v 1 1i 110UW i
iOlVfl 10UW TURK RK tffMT rJU READYTV READYTVCOSTATIOrLE REnTDSFUE DEA0YT4VSEiZE
SFUE SEiZE COSTATIOrLE COSTATIOrLEUrath ONST4TIlOPLI ONST4TIlOPLII8th
Urath I8th or Dethronement Abdul HaiuJrtl HaiuJrtlKate HamidateCiy HnddjFateCity
Kate FateCity ateCiy City Welcomes elco eloonie t1 Return Retur of Con ConslUutlonaULlttlc CnelltutlonalsUttle n nI
I slUutlonaULlttlc slutoalUtle Fear of DlMtt DlMttKheil DI flloohshedfireball I
Kheil hedReshad nmhad to hale nlle as Motiatnmertl MotiatnmertlCubit Mohaml Mohaminetltpeeal
8 tpeeal al Cubit Cb Dttpntchti to THE Suv SUN Su SuCoNsTaNvzopLg t tCONSTANTINOPLE
CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTANTOPLE April Apri 19 19A1 19All All dBylt dBylth6 day 1C 1Chas IChas
has h6 been bn expected expoted that the constitutional cnettulns constitutionajet i i1st
jet troops would march into Int the city ot at atany at atany
any hour hou At dusk their thei batteries bteries and andadvance andadvance u J
advance advanc guard are ar within sight slgbt of oft the thflcapital thecapital
capital opltl on the low hills hil to t the northwest norhwet norhwetand northwestand k kand
and the very ver hours of the Government Governmentwhich Govermt Govermtwhich Governeseritwhich
which was installed instled less 18 than a week weektl ago agoare g gare i iar
are ar numbered numberedConstantinople numberedConstntnople numberedConstantinople
Constantinople Constntnople lies les at ul the tl mercy mercyot mercyotYoung of ofthe oftheYoung the theYoung
Young Turk forces fone and no noorgnlz organized organlaedrssistance re resistance
sistance sistnc will wi be b made to t the reestablish reestablishment r3tb iih 1 1ment
ment of the regime r gime of the th Committee Committ of ofUnion t tUnion l lUnion
Union and Progress There is iaenr every evz7ln evz7lndication iriL iriLdioation ii iidiotion
dioation diotion that tht this thillcnd second revolution rolutonwitb withIn withInU J Ja
a week will w i be b bloodless bloodlessI blodless j
Th8 I he leaders lederoC leaderaof of the advancing advancinghowever advlncg ar arm71 arm71howev1r
however hoev1r will wi not lennin lem satisfied satisfiedthe sateBedwl sateBedwlthe scitb scitbthe
the mere mer restoration restorton of the Goveramjai Goverit Goveraia Goveraiawhich t twblh ii iiwhich
which wblh was a8 overthrow overthrwn n on the lath ithorth ithorthmonth of tUS tUSmonth
month The deposition depsiton of the theaeems theseems sUti sUtiBeems 1
seems almost IlmOt a 1 foregone forgone conclusion conclusionKnvcre cncuion cncuionEnf concluztonEnvers
Knvcre Enf Boy Be is i the only onl Young YougUIii YougUIii1Ilder Tut Tutleader Tuleader
leader 1Ilder quoted as giving g ing credeace cnd credencet6I credencet6ISultans cet to toSultans ti tiSUltlf
Sultans SUltlf denials that that he was wasfor wasfor re3P n
for last la t weeks events Oets as at the first firsttoward frtt1 frtt1towarc firsttoward J
toward towarc the restoration reltoratbn of the old oldracy autoo autooracy au
racy racyFears i iFears
rocy g1 g1tCfl
Fears tCfl of possible olHille violence when h 1 tK tKoncoming The4 The4ottcoming 1
oncoming troops seize the city cityare ct cittoti cittotiare tnot
are almost forgotten forgoten tonight tonighttion t lightlap thapeotlat thapeotlattion
tion regarding regrding the fate of Abdul AbdulReports Ab IIml Hamtt HamttReports
Reports Repors abound that tht he baa be already arCd a1readTbg a1readTbgotted abdt abdtcited i iode
cited ode in favor of Rechad Rechadbrother EffoadI EffoadIbrother
Eo hjtlll
brother who is the heir to 1 the throrMvaad throrMvaadthat tbn thraneau thraneauthathe lj t tthathe
that thathe he has ha already led t or or takea takeaat rnti rntiat
at the British Brtsh Embassy EmblY or or oi oiguardahip alj aljguard 11 11Iuarcehip
guard Iuarcehip guardahip ship It is the general gneral belief belieftlte ia acaB acaBthe ti
the populace ppulaC that before 11rore twentyfoai1 twentyfoai1hours tW twentyoLhours 1r 4 4hour
hours hour have passed pMe Rechad Rechd will wU willthe rulenad re1 < r rthe
4 4Today t tToday
the title tte of Mohammed V VToday
Today passed in outward outwar qutei Qulec Qulecther quieiini quieiinithere and andthere
there ther were wen no n signs of panic panicinhabitants pnic Thecit Thecitinhabitants rbrei 1 1inhahltnts
inhabitants inhahltnts indeed Ide ed welcome welom tho thoof theof > PY i
of the well wel organized orgamzedweU well dtecipH dtecipHarmy dl diecipliarmy l larmy
army now at the gates gat gatesseries s WanjrJei fihf fihfsaries i i8ries
series 8ries representing all al classes of authorial authorialties
classor JI l
ties tes and other interests In tersts have hvegpl gona gopetoday pii PJJt PJJttday r 4 4today
today tday to t confer with the theadv advancltff advandd advanddforces
forces lors of liberty lbry and order orerTh Thoso Thostw Thostwsought > rh rhsought Mk Mkought i
sought to dissuade d slade or propitiate prfltatP r t
have failed faled utterly utterlyNot ut utterlyNot rl rlot
Not ot a thing Is i being bmg done donebt donefik j T
fik fk Ministry Ministr in preparation preparton for torp roslitmnai roslitmnaito ietau ietauto
to the coming cming overthrow overthrwOpt Op thcucon5 thcucon5trary tbio tbiotrary
trary trr Tewflk Tewfk declared declrd at ata ataratheg a rather rter JnforBWt ioam4session JnforBWtsession 1
session sion of Parliament Parlament today today todaytJiatiM todaytJiatiMsunied that t h J Jsumed
sumed office ofc merely from frm patti pattilives pr1otioap pr1otioaptives
lives during a moment of crisis crisisto irat cdaaiUprft cdaaiUprftto p r mf
n
to t save the country cuntr and the the90ntl constitutloai ousttflio14which tl Ji Jiwhich
which everybody everbody believed hloved to tob b be endamgored nj njgered tA tAwhich
gered grd by recent rcent recentevents events event He Begidb said saidcounting bd bdcounting W Wcountng
counting countng on the support IUppr of the t tbeDeputIs tbeDeputIsand DeputUsvS DeputUsvSand D t tand
and was ready rady to withdraw withdrw if this thiarfud thisrefuaed w r rrefund
refund refuaed refuaedHe
He declared declard that he had hd hadto beeri b UI unabJ unabJto > v l7
to prepare prpr a statement sttment of policy plc1 Tfc TfcChamber tb7
Chamber Chmbr declined declned to t vote vot either eithCrfor eithCrforagainst for fo or oragainst i iagainst 1
against confidence conldenc and and postponed COB COBsideration c6rj c6rjsideration
pOltple Oi
sideration sideraton of the question queston untSat untilSattr43y until Saturdayi SaturdayiBefore 13 c cBefore
Before that time Tewfiks Grand GrandVizier
Tewfks career cr careeras careerasVizierisalmosteertain as r
Vizier Vizierisalmosteertain i7ler is il almost almost certain crtain to t toboatan bataend bataendThe beat an end endThe nd ndThe
The only military mitar action acton at tha thahas t thca1tt thca1tthas c ihr ihrha
has ha been be taken by the Sultan Sula J JHe Jm sslfj sslfjHe ll llHe <
He has mounted mounte a strong battery hateratth at th thYildiis tb4
Yildiis Yidi Kiosk It I is not to t bo assumed b Ime td tdhe tk tkhe that thathe
he will wi use us this against the Young Yobgr Yobgrtroop Turk Turktroops Twktroops
troops for his personal pronal cowardice cowarlcI cowardicenotorious tov tovnotorious
notorious He sacs B doubtless doubte9 era irt irtthut thii thiithat thl thlthat
that resistance rEsitance would cost COt him hlmhla1If hlmhla1IfI his lif lifi lifiIf > i iIf
If I he does not succeed uccdin in escaping espinl he tnay tnaybe la1 ay
be l expected to yield abjectly abjecty to all altbet tbof the thedemands J
demands made upon him even to t totion abdic abdiction
bl I
tion lon of his throne throneThe throO throOI throneThe
The general revulsion ulion of feeling felngaJheU felngaJheUIcplal feelingathe feelingatheoapitat at tha J J03pital
Icplal 03pital during the last four days dayscmplew han h e ecomplete b n ncomplete
complete The Th unsavory ImSvor unsavorybetween bombinaiU bombinaiUbetween I Ibtwen
between btwen the Liberals Liberls and reaoll reaollwhich aofltnan c 9nl S Swhich
which hich made possible JOible Tuesdays Tuesdayshas Tuedyaovoltyr revolt revolthas
has completely broken brokenscarcely brokenscarCely r
scarcely fortyeight Cortytipht hrkelprn hours after aftermovement a aftermovement r
movement actually actualy took tok place plac plieThe t i iThe II IIb
The b leaders of the Liberal IbmIUnlop Union Uniontelegraphed part parttelegraphed
telegraphed tell raphed today toda to the Salonlcatrooj Salonlcatroojat Ss1onlcatr Ss1onlcatrat lo
at lt Tehatulja that they would wouldcooperate be becooperate hIC i
cooperate with thern thel in the t theand ers reir reirnnd ort
and defence of o the e constitution constitutioncurt 1
nue t conlhtuton t tcurt
curt reply was wal We e cannot Cnnpt negotlata negotlatlesraob negotistbtelesrranb by i itelcffrnnh
telcffrnnh tlesraob >
To 1 a L parhmentary parlmentr delegation delegato tthlr it itquestion t tquestion l lueftion
< question was put whether the tbeMllt1 deputtai deputtaicould diputpeoulc k
could oll guarantee uarnte that similar 8imiare events eventato n to tothose
I those thOo of o the last week ek would wouldin notv not nautjffi nautjffiin w
II in the future To this a negative neptT tntnt tntntiT18 a inawewas iOjj
was of course courl alone possible pObJ and d Us ts tsofficers iI I Iofficers
officers ofceJs closed cotd the discussion by by sajrjD saylujthit t thit
hit it it was wal their duty and intention intentionplace inttloftfH inttloftfHplac te teplace
I place plac the constitution constituton at any Iny cost cofbM beyond beyondall b yt ytall
all ul peril perilThe pril perilThe 1 1
I The military miitr plans pl 1 of those thoe who withia jthIs3 jthIs3a i
I a few hours will wileize seize the city arebualftesa arebualftesalike afbui arebI J Ji tt ttlike i
i like lke and admirable The Tehatalja Tehataljawhich Tebt TehatljUnwhich u uwhich
which the Salonica troops troop have haveand hve hveand haveand
j and which if properly held hed will wl give givepletn e co coplots
plots control of f the capital capitl crcsa or osciainsula a ainsula
insula of which Constantinople Constntlnoplf te teape
I ape ap about twentyfive mile sreat of ofoity ofeity tWt tWtcity
city It is I a position p0iton which WhCbC cannotjb cannotjbturned ci notb notbturned t b 1
turned turne because becua it is flanked fane onboth onbothtremlties onJ tJ ii j jtremities
tremlties tremltea by lakes lkes and ewampa swamp id idnarrow whJ whJnarrow h < l lnarow
narrow narow Its It front to fifteen ffte mllea mu U AZapgt AZapgta ato N Na f fa
a ridge about 500 0 feet f t high highThere hgh highThere f fThere
There are continuous work aloof a aloagridge tiua tiuaridge 11 11ridge
ridge in two and sometime aometm three threeand t threeand
and thirty redoubts reoubts It will i requira r equu t
I 75000 70 men to defend it and andoptt andbe ought tft i ibe < t
be impregnable These The e worka worbgln workat workatgun wprabt
j gun gln in 1877 but tho war ar with withended Bus B ia wajt t tende
I ended ende without wlholt any test of thelrstrencils thelrstrencilsFrom theh theirstye t g I
I From the steps step already alredy taken tkenU takenit ft caft cabb cabbjudged < bfc b m
I judged judge that the right wing wlnaot of the thejnvidf thejnvidfforce invading j
j force will wi enter Stamboul Stmbul andaoize andfoz thelvdJ1 tto7 tto7War t tWar
War Office Ollce and the buildings of ofthe t the tePort Forth Forthand Port Portand
and Parliament Parlament while whie the left lef wing wlnJ1 wingcross will willcross i
cross crols tho sweat 6Weft water waters of Europe E rop ropglud LA LAguard A Aguard
guard glud is already at Klathanne to secmrt secmrttho Ict seeethe
the heights dominating domlnatnR the Ylldlz Yldlzal YlldlaPalA YlldlaPalAPent Palaot PalaotPOM
Pent POl and tho Bosporus Bprus T TThe I iThe i iThe
The centre will wi probably devote dev tIt lie ttaattention lieattention
attention atenton to maintaining malntlninK order and andp andpventng andventing pre preventing ¬
ventng venting any attempt at rioting rotn6 and andplal nndpiflsge nndpiflsgeon piling pilingon f fon
on the part Jt of the turbulent elements elementsln In Inthe Inthe f fthe
the capital cpitl and also alo to reenforolns reentor lniiU Iho Ihowings b bwings
wings wlnglif if netiensary nd ar The ThAarmy army Is a supplied suppliedwith auppUe suppliedwith
with several verat batteries hattril of qulcltfirlns qulollrlns Ruaa Ruaaand gu a aand
and also al o with wih heavy artillery Irlr
In the meantime mntm the t garrison at Con Constantinople Conatantinople ¬
stantinople is without officer They rib ribhave
have either Men killed or imprUonad imprUonador iinprtson0I
or art iC In flight and a slate of demoralize
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