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THE WEATHER FORECAST.
Cloudy and colder tn-day; fair to-morrow;
westerly gales.
Detailed leather reports ntll be found on page 15.
tm.
XEW YORK, SATURDAY. .IANTARY !. 101.".. " .'.'."'" ,i ivnth,e .i.,,,,,,,.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
OL LXXX. xo. m.
TURKS TO ACCEPT
TERMS OF ALLIES
. !
Nazim Fasha Noli lies Forte
He Is I'nable In Ke
sutnt' War.
I ) KM AN DS AKK II AKSI1
Balkan Stales Waul Adriano-
le. rrete aim Aegean
lslos.
nWT.HKXrK KXHS TO-DAY
Monday Snirirlsl 'hii Weeliid
Tallin Said 'Thus NimmI
li to Wiiit.
fprcial toh'' PT'lr. (iiii. 5ii
T .or. PON. Jan. I N'a.lin Pnh.. the
rkih commander In chief and Mln-
I r W.i' tins nntitled I. u- Cnnl
er t tin Tut key I" uniitil.' to reum
.atillties mill tllllt the lit j h!U i.f
. a. he must theiefnte in. it. Offile.l.
i,v then, the plenipotentiaries meet
e pert w.ll have to accept Hi" nltltiid-
urn
!f H
M
nf t ho I'.ulknn Miller.. which a.i
t. them yesterday.
Pollen, win) rend the iiUliii.itiiiii to
o T ir' offered t'i give llini until III
Mimlnv tn decide whether nr nut to'
i,.cept i ltciiuil Pasha ald Hint the
,i. ,iv needles, tli.tt In- nml his
ccn'f" would be r'ai!y in icply to-
IKf tllllt 1,11 Hnnilllllff lll.'lll "I iwiri-. , .
. - nirms 1..-1I.I I: k.iv 'h" f,ul" u " Ao.-littl.iu itml
Thi tliriiilnn nf tlif TntkKlt ioiin-!.i pitiKpectUv lin-"- ln'f'.i the t'nniin
pr.pn,tl! was rnnttivifil nml th" ! Aide nnanlf 1 nmmlii.'. . w,i fniiiul 1111--v
-.turn; wax tloil tnr to-mnrniw j ....hm,-!,,, ,,. ,(,r f M otllif at 1
St" i.Wt'tllle H ft'Sf I1l.1v iiftt't'iiimn. Ilf snl.t
IVhffi lif moftint: ...nvfii.'.! th-'n,,, h,,(1 ,,H,. hlt ,lw.,. ,. i. ui, ;)
rs r.M.1 tlif.r tHHlllfn if what ,(la( ,. ( lc). (,r -ilniliir P11I1 lin, ,iat
.. ..fffivu t. thf alll.'.. I' N jfrtnln lionks which hail lif.-n in It.-
Thf .Iflfaa.f of the ulU.-.l Si.ttf. m, amj ,lch lu intfinloU to l.p
a.lnc iil"i1 us to liullratf :i lltif ffor,. ,,. .lil. rinani.' i-..mnuttff 11 . I
..ntifr th.v wonltl H.-rw. as lia-l- for . ,,.,, llf ,.,.llfllllk. ,rml) SlJ
ncotlHtlonj. now In piinirf- w.. 1 lirt,u tuI(.n
( p thf honor to ptopo-,. In tftrar.l to, s, ,,, ,,,, Jllst r..n,,i f,m ti.
it.av.'t of Ailrlanoplf Dm followlnt: ,,.ilv ullr(, ,.onf,,rr,.,j
. ".fifatlon which will i-on-tltittf a ni-w' ,.;,, y ,. inuUnrr, fniini-l for thf
ritnrl.il (fusion. 1 A hlf 1111.1 nlo loniiniit.f. rfrarJInn hN
Th. r..mndaf line will Mart from u.H,mn)
f ..1.1 frontl.r to thf Anla Kler Tll(. oll.;tnl?.tti..ii nf w nifl. S.'hl i.-hi l
..I .ontlmif to follow thf rlvff .- far .i(iiij(irin(.1(1(.nl hls fi)p iM ol)J(,,
. .lah. wlik'h H Kltnatf.1 at th- ,ll(iprHSU, f u, .. mi irlm. on u.
nf th.. Illvrr Suyudlii hl. .111 j..,, Slil)l ,,,,,,., .,,,. i. ,. ,.
fnt or tlif .ro.i. ana ineiiff. wivnu'
. mi . .Itin.t i thf 'Jtt frontk'i. wlll
nil to 11 point on I..ikf Hum Cfiilnj
' )& 1. following thf il'rfctlon to l.f;
,r.l l.v tlif tnllltitry dflf sates j
r.'citiN t'rftf, tlif Imperial .uv
ninnt will rcnmiui'v to tin- rf.tt
w.r the t ittotnan rluht to th" Hand.
. 1" itn.H anil fntitif .shall bf suli
p.l to t ilciiion of thf I'nwfr.- on
n ..tmn that if.slon of no other Hand
. . a-l.fd for '
V len i'.echid Pasha hud tlnishf.l
1 1 n In- 1 ilf a. llf asV.fd for an ad
nm. n 1.. consider their r.-ply. The
.. "i.t for an hour and twcivv-tlw
,'..- .111 their u'tmti St iJaneff
'i
ni tn.'ir id: mintiini. whlih was
I-a'' -d ilfleK.itfi see with tesrot
In iiuomtin delfcatfs take no jr.
,n- of 1 hf result.Mif thf war and be
. tl'.tt ;hrv would conf ipie titly !'
'I.d in breaking off tif initiations.
.r.. ' linivi- nr, to HlTnril frech prnof
t. ,r eoni ili.ttory spirit thoy reipiest
f. man di'locates to make thm'at
... n nn Monday u proposition con
1 ' 11 c
The 1. Uinpiishmfnt In- tin- Sub
m fnite of her imhf t" Cretf
. A t.s.-.ition of thf Hand" of the
1 IMIl s!l'H
s r.'Kiirds tlif vllaset of Adlia
; an Indication nf n ttonf.cr. l"a Int;
-o i .ivn ..f Adrlitnoilf to the nlllf.
1 Kadlnc th!- thf neKot la tioiiH will
"nsldii.'.l as haxlnc len broken
h'd I'asha's reply that the TnrUMl
...'ion tan as w.'ll .inswi-r to-day
..I a (bill nf "urprisf niunnt; th"
" ii5 ; was cfneially nude rstnod
t'p del. Kates would liaf to inn
' w th tho 5mftntn'iti nt 'ontantl
1 hefi'tf anvthlnir rndical could be
'p. inl His siiBKrstlon for n nieetlnc
'in. whs ictdlh at tiile( fil In. It
" ceneiiiMv admitted that the military
'.iil of Turke and the attitiule of
Cowers worked wonders for the
and InoiiKht itliout this ipilck run-
.(.1 .n at' 11 time when It Inok-tl as If
" war miiilll be U'liewed.
Iis.ussini; the lesidt of yesterday's
'"ini; nninne themselvc". a well
wn toinnienlntor snvs the iillles
' ked of two new inlluen.'es which
.'pie said to bf worklnc on their side,
. nelx, the iittitildf of the I'owet.s and
t iiullt.il p.iral.sis nf Turl'e Itf.
(.mltnK thf fotnift. It Is iiiideistood
' it the I'owers In the inteicsts nf peace
ced thn I'orle to submit to tho mevl-
le while on the other hand they
te confident that the fall of Ailnan-
i..e was impendliiK nwinK to the prcva-
i' of famine and disease. These are j
. ..nuiK havoc umoint ihe women, dill
( '! and old men nnd nee cutisinc an-J
i i i ainonc the troop, soma of whom I
I (I. !! Ill",
Meanwhile Ihe difficulty between ntll-.
; "i and Hiimanla is urowlni; In lm
i ante and thieuteus to be fnlcful
" wtiier allirms that n majority of
i ..(dim; Klatesinen in Kurope lesnrd
' possible outcome its the (treatest
i .n.i r to lluiopeiin peace, He recites
( ui.'.it hiiiith tho history of thn rein-
1 between HiilKarla and Itumanln
n .d the i li ciimsta uces leudlnK up to the
I sent pioblcm. Tlie.se are ptetty
i ' ' known uli csiilv The two (iiuntrloH
. ' not only mil Inimical but have lonp;
n on thu most friendly term. Ru
hi.tm. however expectH nnd Insist! on
' C'tlal (iiuipenallon fur refralnlnK
' 'ii. illlerfei luu in lb" lialk.iu Ml'liS
i Hud she luicd otherwise she could i
e paialied ihe action of the, allien
lonttnucd on Third rage. I
McCOMBS FOR THE TREASURY.
tVtii.'ii lli-iiioi'i nln iilil In Want
lllm In tin- t iililui'l.
1 'nil Min .Inn 3 v nun ..in. it. i, in
been l .1 ft ... 1 li ll"lll"ltn ef in I
Hi' W.i 'hi' S'iiiiIhM" iin St. I'M" ,i' I
Snip we' ,,f tin. Ml-.iui , lliv . t I.
llur i.. Hi.. devotion ,. Wlllciin K Mi -('..uii.,
rlinlrniiiti nf tin. I i.'IIIim r.i' if Nn
tl.ni.il tViinnili'i .'. i.i h.' Si'f rp-.iu v i.f Hi.'
Tionsurv In IMi-i.l.'iit Wll-mi Cat.
In" In th' tinni'tni'ii: .1 1 iii.inv Wi si
'III llllnlii'lert ,111.1 o'het who liii.l ..I.
served Hi., mi. ni. 1! u.iiuliiK" ,'iti.l gen
eral attribute.. ,,f Mi MtCotuhs nlnl III'
spec, tie knowledge t.f iifl.tii'.-. which. In
tli.-lr e (lni.iiou. wail-ant I'l.'nil.'iit
WiN.m In appoint inc. It'ti t.i t'i.- Ti-ii.
ttf.v pun folio Tliv t niiiilz.. fair Mr
Mct'nnil,.. ! .1 i,-.i,.-n t.r New York
j Slati'. nlthnngn iinin In ArliM tiii- atnl
. It I tnl Wi'-i.'in blri'iplnt r I1.1
iiiiMi.nal flnili in.iu ,111,1 ,. ...n'i We
'fin f in li'nnnif iv which Inn." I-tl t!i
, Wf -'' rni'iM 'n udv...-ii!e Mr Mi I'mulii
1 f..r tin- TriMKiir ship Th"ti. tun, tln-.f
.i.. Well aware th,f Pif ,.. Ynrlifr-t
opposed Mt i Viiil... hi hi- tli:IH f.ir Wli.
, son's ii'Mii'natl.m 11:1.1 ilia. M. ( '.nubi
I li.ii nn llnnnrliil n iii,.iniliii.'iii In V.nv
Yo'k Sim,, which wuilil pifilnilf niflr
( Mippnr: nf li.'ii ni S.'ili nn .r llif
j Ti fiiNiu y
; T'i.- pififiu S.-frt-urv of tlif 'rt.'U,n .
I'Vanlilln MniV.Mnli It ,1 t'likueo In.
"If pf nili'iii UcnioiTH' Uli ptfiW'1'f.i.r
uai (Je.irn.. It Ccirtf'von nf Nrw Ytiili.
anil :ht la.n l)f nu.f i.t'ir Sorrntarir" t.r
! tin. TmiKiirv w.'t.i li.ini.'i Mannlim anil
I I'lurlfM S r.uri I1II1I nf Nf' YnlU. In
I'lfxl.lcn " in nil " Ciil-'ni-i II r Mr
1 Mri'ntntx. m iiMlnlnc ami fin li .inni'iit
l i'onlilf rol by 'lin.' ,n i'I.mip.I n IiIh
I i'lf( t on a 11 thnroiiuliH W.tftn 1111111
CURRAN WITNESS FELLED IN
OFFICE AND EVIDENCE STOLEN
II. Si'lilat'lit P.,'11 ti'icil I iiroii
scioii Soon A ftcr ('oiifcr
t,n,t With Itiickiirr.
ht.
u 1 ....... .1 .. .1 r
bets "f its tull"otv b.iartl Ditt. I At
trne Whitman. ShetilT I lartnit tier.
I'.iliKtessinan llenrx M. (loldfotile, I ir
c II. r.iikhiiri ami lr llenr .lniUo
w Itr.
Schlachl said Uifl nlcl.t that h" had
been Itn.-ilcatini: t halves made b
pullers that ihc had to pay firotfctlon.
II. had sewial books of th" Intal I
pedlel.-' iinlnii which ciintaliU'd, li s.is.
entries nf pavnn nts f.'i ""Ilk b.'tietltf. '
and other pinposi v.h.ih, otllifi'" nf
t lie union told him. were tnude to nil it
tip plotectlon 111. ll.'
Schlacht said If told bis M.nv tn
fonimissiiiiif . Waldo Situid.u and on
Monda.. ifpf.ited 1: to lii pitn 1 '.itiinil.
sinner Dillon. m thf latter nciaslon,
he said, lie mentlotifd tlif nanif ..f I'hlff
Inspectnr sifhmlttbf rer. wlm was In
the mom. and SchmlttberKir shook tils
tlsl In Ills face
Snoii after returning to ins onic
isifidav . lie said, some mif iinin
In
flout a rear ofllte and struck him nn
the head. A stnr to a lawy.-r In the
nftlces found him sonic time inter
Hooks and papers wetf scattered
about the tloor. and when he rci-mercd
ionseoiisness Schlachl said that two
nf the bnoks contalllltlK his evldftlle
wete lione
A bov In a store mi the Kround tloor
nld he had seen "a blc man with white
hair" 1 nine down ti.Ull the otllce a few
minutes before Schlacht wns found.
Schlacht reported the matter to the
I'nlon Market police station and Detec
tlf I'lla.sler was asslcned tn linestl
cute. SENATOR BAILEY RESIGNS.
i lilt r In VnhliiiiHin itnrt Prnr -
liar llrfurr I. .niireine Conrl.
WapkiNoTon. .Ian 3 - ." iseph W. Hal
ley resinned to-day as a Senator from
the Sinto nf Texas. He handed lit
reslKnntlon to Senator C.illlnqer. I'res.
Idem pro torn of the Senatf, and at th
same lime ndvised dm. l.'nlqnltt f
Te.xBH bv w'te of the action lie had
taken. The appointment of Col ll. M
.lolin-ston. publisher of the Houscm
I'titl, a successor nl Mr. Ilalley. to
.-ervn until the TcMis I.eylsLiture elects
a successor H expected by Senator Hal-
ley's friends
Senator Italley will tetaln his 1,-cal
residence In Texa. hut .will spend mo:
of his time In WnshlncMii, who-.- h"
1 lias Jul comiueteii a nanusi-nr neiv
' I esldenee In Sixteenth stieet i Is iin -
dertood that he will practise exciu-
slvely before the Supreme ourt nf the , nipti", vvliich i i et urnnble bcfoif thf
I'nlted Slates. It wa because of presj. rnltcd Slales IHstrlct Court next Ptl
Itu: iirofcH'Ional enKimements that he day mninlnn, will act us a xtay of all
hastened III re sanation, Insleud of pi ocee.llm; on Ih" imii of the iiinern
w.i ll In k until .March 4, when his term nnd tlutl tneotiwlille iheli tin. hi
would liavi. expired ' slaiiillny wa. !en. Castro would con.
.lliiuc to oiciipv hi iiumier.- on Hills
E, PRENTISS BAILEY DYING.
Iin Hrrn I'.dllor nf I Hen "Oliterv-
rr" Vencly HO lrr,
t'TK-'A, .Inn. 3. K. I'renllss Ilalley. edi
tor of Ihe I'tk'H Ubscirrr, Is In n critical
condition id IiIh home, In this cllv to
nlRlit. wltli the chunccs nualnst his re
covery. Sir. Ilalley tins been III for sev
eral months, dun tn Ilia ndvanced age,
and recently was compelled to turn Ills
duties, over to other hands after iienrly
nl My yearn tho editor of the (Jo
server. He. Ih pact SO ypara nf ace.
All llrrrfnnl Frm Snutairt
Are mtrtf HI Ihe Farm. In Hniltlihoro. J.las Thr
tircett It nitlnt lo (he chnlce matcrUlt and the
oettntJt and cleaDlloctt ot the prcparttlon.f.
HALIfO BY COURT WRIT
tii'oi'uc (ioi'doii I'iiiIIIp StarU
IhllM'iV. (i)t'tls rliull
for l'.ilc
i:. - lUiTATOIt "IXSI I.TKU"
Kilt's Miiihl (iiit'st l-'fi'N TI1.1l
Honor oiiimIs Him lo
I. ami lli'ip.
I'lptHitio t'.i"tto, tlif e-dlct.itof nf
Venezuela, tn.idf t his 111111I yfti.l.iv
tll.lt llf ll.l b. fit lISil!f, l.V tlif Cnv-
V 11 1 1 1 1' :i t of tlif I'liltfil S'ate and that
honor lump. 'Is him in -1 . 1 1 1 i . - and,
ilc lil foi thf piivlleiif of p.nliu- us a ha t
hf -as puifl: .1 mociI call the
llltle (!e.'al Will lllll llf,l p.lell!et fill',
ti. i : i : 1 1 1 1I1N nun 11 1 11 u oti the I lainbitt u
Am. 't h .111 llm-r Anifilk.i, mi wlil.'i I."
had lionkf.l pasxif. llf w,:i (;.. befi.rf
llle l ul'ed Slates lllstti. t I'niill nl In :!n
A M on .laiiintiy In ami emlojioi,
ttu.iimli Cioiiii' (billion liattle. in vt
the 1 onrt to siisli.ln n writ .f habeas
corpus whlc'n .lildiif OorKc t' Hull
uranteil M'sterday
tin Thuisdaf t!.n fanio i ame 1 tne'
.'..li. I m . urn that if 111.' I 11 il fit Stnl..-
ii.lu'i wain him h" illdn't c.itf p.ittuu-'
1. it'll about pettlni; foot In tins cotinliy,
and that he' tilluht as well lea'.f 0l11u
nrlli In a st.He bfiomim; his foiiupr'
tank w. tit. .'it tlskimi the furlher hntull
I.I t mil of lifltK ilepoltfd 1 1 1 1 1 it hap-!
pelled that (ienrm (lotdoll ll.lttlf el Sell- I
nt ir 1 1'tloi man's iimi of i'(!..i m.tn.
U ntie A: .I.tt -h.lll of 37 Wall -;r. et. had
ofconif inleresifil In i'.i-ii.i'-. pieilUa-'
ill. 'Ill and had decided that there Wits no
liit teasnii fnt prfM'iitinii the e-dlc-I
'atnr floin ni.iklm; a ocl.il study of u
1 Ml Thii'silav then fote Mr. Ilattl" sent
:o Kills Island Haloid A Content "f hi (
tli ni to lime a talk with (Jen (iiro '
The (Jeneral wis dellitli'ed that si .111" .
on., had 1 oiiic fnt waul to take an inlet -et
In his case alio he inf..! tiled Mt 1 'nit
lent that if thete wasanvwax to brims
it about wlih honor he would lump at
th" cliallie of l-llllli! the I'tlitfd Stall's
llf told Mr t '(intent that he had been
snlilectfil to mm. unine and hoiuiba(i..ii
mil lh.it thftffore hf was pupated to
sail away on the Atieri!..i oil Su t .1 1 .1.1
min nine, but that If an American i'.'.-
M 11 ll'S led lo petition tile CO. Ill- 'o .11-
iinlre into thf Justice of Ills de p.a till ,.ui
he w.i, ild be pi. '.is.'. I to l aniil hi- .I.'inn
ship ie-"tvatloti He n-Mlle.i the hiw
vei that he had no df-iie to I ke 'ip
Ills ti liieiice helf or to ptep.ttf a tlli-i.u-lft
In evpfdltloii while liele.
Mr. Content was able on Thitisdax
lo n-'-Hi t.mi (ien. Castro's w isli.w only,
in a lerv (ieneiai manner because us
was Mimed lit the petition for the wilt
ii'stii il.u . hi. was only pfntiltted to see
ihe (I. 'iii-nil on inmlition thai he would
tint tii'ikf au MiKK.'stl'.n t tin ; would
ill'lse t'astln to hatlUe Ills dele! mill. i -
j n. ni tn sail on Satutda.i in.. mint:.
1 When Mr Content explained the su
nut Sun to Mr Hattl" t li.- Inner decided
ihat t'.istro was bfitu; d-alt wlih un
Justli Ml Itattlc iheiefotf a.p".'ttei
I.i!" .ludKf II. .It at .'.HO I' M fs-
I leldlil lis tile p.'tltinner fur ( ien Cl st l n.
i Tile aiioine.i for the petitioner was II
Snowdeii Maishall. another m. inbi t of
the mm of ( .'(!..! inn a. H.mle Mar-
i sluill Mt Itattle acted as a c'tl. n and
Mr. .Marshall appealed Imlivldoallv as
, (otinsel for Mr Itattlf. b.-iausf It was
not disiifd to use th" tit tn name as
counsel foi the petitioner. Senator
( )'( loiiiimi beltii; unable of coutse. to
, appear In n case nenlnst the (iovern-
( m.'ni. of whli h he Is a part.
! The petition recited that (len Castro
1 was unable lo consult privately with
! counsel and that Mr Content had
been
nnn hie to confer with him on Thursday
except on condition that nn ImtnlKra
iion nffkial b.) present at thf interview
Tin. writ contains tho formal statement
that Hen Caairn Is bclnc detained with
nut Just reason.
l.lltle time was lost m Kettlm; the
wtlt sluned bv .Indue Holt, but It was
a dlfllciilt ptoblem to eel service on
the lmnilKt'iilinn nftlclals The htorm of
vesterdai Inl.'irilpte.l Iraftle between
Hill Ishnd and Manhattan, and so w hen
Mr Content and Havmond H Sarfat.i.
another of the lawyers netins; in Cas
irns behalf, nrrlved at the Hatlerv ihey
found that the wind was too stinni;
and th" wave. too hlqli for the island
ferries.
'I'll" two law.iers Jumped abotrd the
tin; Kdirat Hater and lacklcd the liar-
1 bor storm. It was necessarv, they lind
concluded, to serif the writ esterdny
atlenionn in older to prevent (.en. Cns
tto from sailing earh this mornliiK 1'or
three-iiu.irters of an hour the tin; hucked
the wind. The Instant the boat touched
Ml Content and Mr Snrf.it. v run for the
IninilKratloii olllccs. Thoy found thie
Assistant Conimlssloner Hymn II t '111.
upon whom they served the wilt Colt),
inlsslnner William was not accessible
or had not been able lo net to the Island.
tien Castro w.i dellchted when lie
lieaid thf news nnd telephoned at nine
lo the 1 1 (minim-American nlllces can
icllln", ill i eserva i ion nn the Amerlka.
Then Mr. Content nnd Mr. Saifaty mil
.iii.iiinl their tin; and headed for I'lcr
lnivlm; there after anolhcc much ex.
, perlen. e.
1 The law ct s w ho in led for Hen Ca.-im
n.ikI list ttlclit thai Ihe writ ot haheas
Island. If the writ is siistulned on Fri
day Ihe law.vcrs e.xpei t thai the (iovern
m. nt will appeal to the ilupteme Conii.
if il I nullltled they will appeal.
There was n pretty (drum? Impression
IillloilB those Who followed the moves of
Ihe case yesterday that Senator o'lior
inan liua Interested himself in Castro's
slluatlnn as ii mailer nf principle.
The llev. Samuel I'', tiordlano, pastor
of the Spanish-American Church heie,
called lo nee CiiHlro on Thursday with
Casslly Conk, a lawyer Their purpose
was to got from Casttn facts upon which
to base n petition for a will of haheas
corpus. The llev Mr, (iordlnno Haul
hint evening that ultlimiKli Coinmlic
dinner Williams iccelved them cordially
he declined to permit them to sec CJeri,
Castro.
SULZER TAKES UP BRANDT CASE. '
t
I fi fit I - t'lilifis. I'lK Will Vol el
I 11(11 -elillil il Inn l(l,
i.ui Ian '' '!oi S.iltr ' ' il.u
niie,iid ll p.iii i- irl thf lit tn.P as.,
ami nfti i w.it.l u . ..l.'.l tint tint,.' i.r
. h.'lll sboolil be III. lie pol'lh iltl'M llf
fad lit. iii m.t 'I'h. lioiilliiit oliled
III it le Would not act Ull'il Ml I ! lb"
I . ule mil.. in us
'i -e ate II, e pllpets ni,,l M III. Il
(i.n John A Di b.i-eii ln tei.is.il lo
patilou rol'." Htntfl llr.tlitli. uln i was
sellleu.ed to tbllti ve.lls 111 ( "lllll ..11
plisnn foi l.n I I.i rv '. it l' 1 tl 1 1 1 I III Hie
holllf of .'loll III' 'I I. Si tllll ill N'eW
Villi. I'. Wh.'le he ll.lll been elilploMii
lis a ali t
The timet i i lo m.ilM. public Ihe
pap. 'Is ni tl,.. I'.i'ti. I, i as.- i.i s Moil-
lis
TEARS DIDX'T MOVE SULZER.
Wile s,., .1,1,,- fin il.ni li.e I nl.f lie
(!(.( r l.cl. Nn s in in li ,
Iiiiisi .l.tt '. viepili;: wiiinnn
.elitelf.l ;.i I '.M i lit , e ( '.aitllbef lo-d.ll
in ipie-i nl .. p:u .ion l"t l.'t husband
t !n Soli" 'ltf.l le t to h to at d ask. d
bet win -bf wns iii.m Sbf lonl bltn
'she ciiliie I., tl'mm 1 1 "111 .N'ew Ynll.
fnl n patdnii
' I'nt- whnt . I id..' was la n 'ttot
.iskcil lf (Inn in." "
"llf w.l- a p.ilti ton tun. k nil. lion"
I. plied II. c Wntll lll ".11111 It- was .-en-
iinced f..r thlili it.n-
' ill (.'nod 1.1(1.1 II ' !.(..! t'.e li.H
eillot. (Jo home and thank ('.oil h" (lid
Hot Uel a leal "
' io Sulfi n If will not tamper
Willi itltmtial . .is. in which the s li-
'teive 1 less than a e.ir llf believe
. that lie fhollM ll.'Vol.' Ills Ulll" olllv to
cases whetf Uto-- injustice lias been
' done
(in. S.il'ei is opposfil lo li ' l: I " 111 t ll . II
iaiiiiiil to .'tea'., a pardon t.o.itd which
I would (Ih-ih the pieiiejiillves' nf eci -
i lslim i . .it. in now held l.v the tiov
et'tlol (l.. ll Ifi.llt'l went on t.c
oid ni fu.t of a boat. I of pardon pat
terned tif'ei tin Slate Hoard nf I'aiole
(S..v Sufir to-ilav said thai he bud
not Mt tecciifd nn application for a
patdon from I'nlke Cniifl Hiitult nt
llatti K Thaw. (!oi Sulei doubts
whethet the tflca-e of Thaw is within
hi lot isibcll.in and he points out tluit
Thaw iti.ii be tflfased a' thf plcasute
nl the Kipel intend., in nf MntUa wan
Si. it- Hospital w tbie.i ,in a'tinn by
the Cmlernnt nf the en Ills
ULSTER WILL ESTABLISH
Constitution Alrcadi Drafted in
I'l'eparation for Home
liule Law.
i.i; ' ,, " llr.mti lu Til a tN
l.nstmv .Ian l iteall.ltu; that the
llotll" tllle bill will puss the House of
Common and feariuis that It will be
.i.ttif a law nml. T tin I'm 11. nil. lit act
.will, li took ihe veto puller awai f Iimi
til" House nf Lords). t. t'lster I'lllnn-
istn ' funs the Dully Mail tin in.il nlni;.
'in., peifeittni; at ranii.iiif nts to leslst
anv iitlcinpi to eiifi.r. . thf inovisintis
of the bill "
It will be recalled tb.it a I'loviM.uial
( lov. i mil. 'tit t..r I Islet- was m.mtcd
soitif in. nulls nuo and accotdinu: to the
(m( taij ti consiii uttoti for this piov-
III. e under the s, h..ii. 1 in -i alfeadv been
dialled The caper add-
'WheiKifr the a 1 1 j. n tit .il d.iv arrives
till pt OV islnti.l I CiOVermili'tlt will In-
btniiKhl into existeme Hi'.. rythlnu bv
that nine will be found lo be in nider
nml ;; i . ..nlld. uilv anltclpateil that tl."
tt.vv r.'iititii. will I." in.iuKiituted with-,
nut tiictuui 111 t'lstii Should ii ii at-1
telllpt be lllllde to enfold- the illllllollly
of the Dublin I'.n htimenl the resist
ance mailt, to It will bf passive if po.
slble, but nctllf if need be
"The provisional (Jovet nment will keep
!n hand and a Jniiuister the country i,i
loin; as it may be neres-aij, to mtiv yice
the people of Ureal Itrltaln of the mai;
nltudf of the issue and lo secure thf re- I
turn of a I'nionist Covcrnment and the
p.iss.u,'.' of an nmen.lini; bill which will
'teniovf I'lster from control of an Irish
' Parliament."
The piper say, that It is not content-
plated that the piople of I'lster be
'asked lo eland up against the Hrllish
larmv. nt all events not for Ions. Tin.
sacrillcf of s.ime livci may be nc'eii.
'sill, ii llonar I, aw .ud, to break the
ip.ithv of the Illltlsh fleclors. bill until-
Inc in the iintuie of prolonged war en
ter into tlte calciil.iti'in of the t'lster
men. They will rel', so Ions a It is
.neces.iri to free themselves from con
trol of the Nationalists, hut they be
'llev.. that that will not he lone.
PRINCETON OFFERS ESCORT.
sinileiiii., ,(i(i(i sironu, VI mil lo
Miireli nl litniiuiirnllnu.
Pni.i i:.i. N .1 . .Ian 3 IfHov Wil
son lilies the wotd he will have .is Ills
pfi'snmil ii-cott ni his luatiuuratmu
moif 'linn a thousand underKiiidiuiii s
of I'llnulon I'ltlv ercli.v .
Paul P. Me.vers, president of Hie
Prln.etoii Woodrow Wilson Club, callfd
at Hie ( Inv crimr'K h.ini" m tievclaml
Ian.' lo-nl.iiht and. spfakim; lm Ihe
student In ni . I.inl before llle liesldent
elect his pl.ip.is.il. (Jul Wllsnli secined
pleased wltli die i. a. hallo of the hiii
. i. nil', but did not lommli himself on
the plan.
"Kvel.v (.indent tn the unli.'isllv Is
anxious to parililpate In the lu.'umiral
procession," said Mt. Meyers. "I can
Kitaraiitec tiitht now to have at l-.ist a
Ihotisnnd iindci (sradiiaics in the pariulf
(lov. Wilson wan president of the unl
Vftsll.i lor inany yen is an. I every man
of UN takes pride In Id eleitlon to the
, Chief MilKlslincy of the nallnn. Wf
, think It would hf nppiopilntf for us lo
fscurl him. There would be u hit of
sentlinenl nbntit It. iitnl what (oitld be
more InspliiiiK Hum 'did Niihsan' siinif
by n thousand men on an occasion like
this."
The student bo.lv has received iissur
ance. that President Hlhben will Rrant
i them leave of absence In ihe event that
! their W'IbIi to escort the IncomlllK Plesl
dent Is Kl'Utillcd,
IK I'tXAIIl 4 AXAI. mm I'MWIIU.
the Sratinaril linrlila Mil, ,V 1 tn Kf rt.
I.v . V. man ,1. M. itallv, cummriicliiij .tan, .
At Palm Uracil 0 15 1' M , Tampa 6.001'. M ileal
dir. Inn. llBIU'waj'.-Ait.
MOVING PICTURES TALK
l.alcsl iarilrv of liiM-nlor
I'l'Olllll'I's.
1 toll
Collin! .'inil Ac
in I iiisiin.
"or If VKAI! TAsK KM'S
lilies lilfli. 'fll-.it of (illis's Is
Heard as I'iclni'i's A ttcii r
(III Si'lVIMI.
'I'hoin.is A l.d'soit
ialr and i Inn I, led
noon as theie p.is.-ed
at bio k in h .
leslelilni nfli i -upon
n si i .-. tt In
1 lit- tln atte of his la'iollilui . tit West
iirauuf, N. .1. n pt'ix esslutt nf human
hi'lllf nlld nn. Ill, ll. III:. I sunt: nlnl talked
and Min'ii'd iitnl plaie.l up m mu-lial
.its' i iti'i'iits and bat kid and tti'ide aii
nit other uoiser Hint tiio.iiic, I'ltuics
tlexel befole htl'e furillbdl It "as
a luometii of it I uiipli. tic i'."ilt of font
Mat of ..titf uilttlnt; el". : to Klc to
!! Wi.rl.l Mil: ! pl.'hlb Wis the ntlly
.1-1 e'.'ip!ll"hl po.-soie ill tl.
Itloi hs." '
io 'ei'inplce
,tl t (.".
' That a
tin- Until
iluitni' and
soitntl ;.iii hroii emly with I
.tlle raw ; li.tU'tied
...ll Ml t lll-l lii'.f us n
a."i show von We'.
Kl.'.'ll II
Then
wntl.lnc. tne"" tbini's I.-, '
llinv ll lie b . tl sntliellilni;
"mw" to the Itauitd e( ot Tiailtl'is
A Kdlson, bin to othir sp.-i later ll j
si fluid Hint itcc"s tin t I n m bli'v f d, I
When llle time f..t the Mu.w to start I
c.'itiif thete was ii -hofl (Iflav. Thf "old
man.' a eXeribodi In th" He. f.u t..ry
all Mr IMtoit .i.'il.lut found. '
Pin.iP.i he was found and b.s ilvlit
band man an. I i hlef e m.itieet M H 1
ilnlchlsoii, ituve the word to stall ;
For the tilst lew- st. m ml It looked i
Just like reuuli "nioi les " A larii 'tiiiiu
ill t'Vellltli; llll-s Hit...!.' lloW II II Hkill
of slab. and m the ft. ml nf a liiiKhlv
liUlllshfd setllll". When ll" H'lichf.l
the front of the "sinuc" thlntis bei;nn
lo happen
I'lt-t th- Inc man tliiut nut ntie arm
.11 iiislotnaiv altitude ami then and
.veil the epcttatoi who bad known
what was to i nine vvcie stitpiise.l he,
In can to talk
i.adlfs and penile men." he lieii.m.
ami th.'i" f.. II. .well nn lutinilin tbui to
Ihe Hi. -i exhibition of lalklnc tnoviiu:
picture, real talking "ui.n !. ' that
lint ever been s.'etl Tile speech Was
tlcllVeied In caifflllly tuodulati d tulles, i
Willi ill tlctllntlon of the (ieali'sl. em ll '
action i olticlillnc exuctlv with each ex-'
prcsslon. It wns so lifelike and natural
.that cusps of surprise nml wonderment ,
i nub! be hcatd from different pails of
the (larketifd room
lu the (otirse of hi tail, the speak
lll pic! mo took up a plale and da-he. 1
it to the lli.or. It lb vv Int.. phn e with
a (rush and .mil truculent tnude Its In
dividual noise In bottnclui; up and bail..
After thai tin.' plctuie blew a horn and
a whistle and then a until cati.e .n ami
pin veil the mo A cirl appear il and
plaved "Wav Down I pun the Suw.inee
Uhei" nn thf violin mi.I .im.thei uli I
siinif sntiif nf the old Minus, while thf
platii! and the violinist ai coiiipiinled
her.
They went nwav inn i.niiil hear
their ftxitsteps a the.v walkcl up the
stalls and iiiintlier man appeiite.l with
iwn ii. llle docs, whof loud balkV vvete
n natiiial as life. It was haul tn r.-nl-l?f
thai thostt w. re not Hi lm; beltms
lu Ibsli and blo.nl until the llithts came
on and broke the Illusion.
' That was one mmplele icel and It
had taken Just six minutes to show,
two mluulis loui,fr lb, ni ihe .u. Unary
phonograph disk i evolves
Knur addltloual "skeli lies ' were ex
hibited and In each the illusion wns
i in.tliitnim d Two of th.-se Mr IMI-uu
hadn't seen himself before and he
la iiKhed hcai illy its an Ii ish politician lu
'one of them deliveied nn 'mpassioiicd
! poll 1 1 1 ii I oration which hi dauiiliter,
sinndlnt; behind, read to him out of a
newspaper. The 11101 stntllin" mani
festation of the s.vnchrouy of sound
ami nctlnii came when a In Ick was sent
crashlni: thrnudi n window above the
speaker'" head. You could plainly hear
Ihe tinkle of each piece of clns as It
till
Men have been worklnK upon the!
proposition of movini: penue that
would talk for 11 '..na. lone lime Mr. '
Kdlsnn has been nl It for four vcars
lie ha lltetally "slept on the .lob." as
his employee. describe lib- absorption In
hi work, and when he "sleeps on th"
Job" he has tho reputation of maltliiK
llilncs co.
The nioviiiK talktliK idea i l"ted
upon two I'ompariitiv elv eld ptoposi
1 iimi The talklna machine 1 old nnd
the mm inn plctuie nvichlne ..I.I Hut
thei liuve never been bit messed up
together l.efote sitci essfullv 'liber In
ventor. have hud actors la'k Into nv.
ord. nnd then pn and net the piece
scpniately, bill Ihe Illusion wa
sn't there.
except 111 spots
Mr Kdlsoii's wiij Is to have Ihe talk
1111; and iiiovini; plclnre macblnes eel
iin their Impressions nt the same time
Thcv ule m'I up side b.v side, at any
ill'.tance up to I" feet nwav floin the
aciors, and a the chatiotei t'.estuie
is taken by the 'movie" his word an
taken b.v the liilkei." When nil Hint
Is done the "movie'' Is pi iced in its
usual plate with Its lavs 1iiiiii11n.1l Inu
tile si recti back nf which is the
'talker "
How In ml these Iwn machines lo
wink loucthcr Is ilie ptoblem on which
Mr. I'.'disou has worked 1'our veins.
The "Hmcr" I some soil of cuitil.
Vltlice that 1 coupled lip bit ween Hp.
two machines. The talkluu machine
inn inn nt mill a certain speed, ihe
.speed with which the sound I made, nnd
Mr IMison has linenled u lucchniilsin
' which pievents the niovius machine
I from uohiK any faster.
"The klneiophone," n the inventor
has named his labvi child. 1 a 11 be ued
in a room of nlmol mis size. The one
It win) shown 111 yesterday was 100
I small, Mi'.' Hutchison said, to u't the
, tiest effect In .1 hlu theiitre sciHiiik
2.(10(1 of 3,lt00 person the best results
; can be obtained The Invention bus
I been tried pnvnlely 111 one of these und
everv sound could be nl'iinlv bi-unl at,
I iwl . ih- .ii,..
J the very top of tho gallery. j
HAS BIG GRAFT CONFESSION.
J
"I ""ll onereil fnt- One DelHllInu
lliirt l.liui'u liiplinl sen min I, j
I'li'i.ii'ii i oil, .1. ii ;! .1 il i ti II S.in
il(ion, l he i n i , who built Ihe'
Suite c,ipl!,,l .1- HaifisliiilK. Ihinup.li
!!" I'ltnls.iiim nf wiiiih .sown million
dii.il wa- -inli'ti o Stale polltlclnns.
"on.' .:' whom went in pil.on, niitilf a.
Co','. S-. on In tote lie died ill width 111'
unpin r.'d -f'M'tal men prominent tit '
I 'fun-' h niu, i hu-iiifss and public life
This Intormillou wa made pulillc at
I Lit risbii. u to-nluh't by .tohn C lie
Itli.'i. S'.i'f r.Kiotv Insperloi. In wlioe
hand l.ie i nttfe-slnn now I and who
ileil.tle I will mil b" chen out until
P riuls-niu to do o coin.' ftotn Mis
S.inilctMin ,
ll.'. in. tu.ia.s Hie futthei slate-
i tiieli' 1 1 it. t I'l,. iluie iiii'i. when it be-,
. attic k.n.wn ., it the conlf-sloti had'
.ceil lia.li n't'l wn in b!- po-f.son,
ic w.i ..rr.-i .1 siniiiniii ,r n.. woui.i dis-
pn-e of t U. "I 'Kill, 1 1 i i.pv
I
VOTERS RECALL A PROGRESSIVE.
I'llltrornla Id'liirlii S.(lii' rirti
ii-
lint tiT fti iiiic I, nn.
.-'is li sf, .Ian :t Thf llrsi teen 11 flec
tion Mulct thf new C'lllforiiia Slate law
vvn held vesiftilav in the Twentv
m Ii t Ii Sen.iiiitinl illsttit t fnr ih.. t - ill
nt .''tnte Sen. 1 lm Marshall I'.lnrl. and
the st'h'iiinn nf III Kiii'i-cs-itr lteiitn
ludicatt' the tecall nf Itlnik bv a latiie
lllll pit tt V nlld tl I.'.'lillll nf Mel belt
c , Intie I :. publican, m ni ( d him
1(1. K'k Uns a Pi 1.1:1 e.-iv leader In the
Stale Seiinte nml seirelai.v nf the Palo
Alto li'iililipi: uud 1. 1. 111 Association,
which was 1 losi'd bv a Stat" Comtnl
sKit'ei la-t s.timuei' aft. r P.luti; hud nil
ttlllt'd a shnt i.iite 1.1' iikii thn 11 tlMI.
inin ONLY KING WHO CAN VOTE.
Ilnlluii stu it.'Ium .. i'liai III
Nil He I'lneeil on l.l-l,
,1 if. r ttf.f" ' Tilt s. .
le'Mi I.111 .'! Kinu 'i. tor llmtn.'inii-!
II.Vl 1 lie o!ll -itV.relL'll in the wn Id
Who ; etltlllill I., vole A' Ida own
renin n Ins Mnetvs name wa In
( 'u.Ied anion", the hi of votct wa'i'i
wn 'icentlv incieaseil .uviim to 1 li.
111 w 1 1 tm.'ii rt'iorm wlib'i tn-.K 1 i.-ailv
.'tn,. niu u, un.M'i'-al sitlTraue
6 DEAD: 30 INJURED IN WRECK.
iiielif nr iiinf Hurl Wlien Tritlti
I. em f i 11 I le III llle.
Moiutf. Ala. .Ian 3- Six persons are
tepnrtt'il killed and Ihlrt Inluied ,n 11
wieckt'd pas-etiuer train on th" New
irletin. .Mobile and 1 1I1I0 Itallwa.v near
Leaf. Mls The train fell throtiKh a
ttesiie
Tlloe -aid to be dead include (i-car
Shep.ird. news auent : .lanif Pnlntir.
nemo potter, the engineer and nne pas
seiiKer. Tlle neuro coach pliinited to a
swamp below and thirteen men In il
are said to be lujuleil fatally.
TRUST FUND FOR HER DOG.
Uollllin tt III. X'.'llll In I'lttvlilt' IV
h lliinif fur I, Iff.
Pint it.Hi.i'iit . Ian 3 Altnip S War
Meld nf Pti'i North Tweiitv-tlisi trtet,
wlm died st. viral d.t.vs alio, left b.v her
wiii a 1 1 ii-t run, I to provide a home for
her pel dm: imp Tile doc (lau-e leads:
"In the event ,.f mv i,n; liuji utrviilii".
tlle I desire tl.ill tile sum of ..0ll bf
li'.fii to M t'Mu ltiicklnuh.1111 ..ml he
sister. At. le P. i.'kinsi' 1.11. or th" ur
vhor nf tliem. for the puipo.' of ulvliu'.
a honif and taklnc iioil inie of said d u;
for the b.il.in. c .f r.s lift' "
The pi'nv islnii will be carried on:.
LONG FALL KILLS WOMAN.
I'tillif sM. llriip Iriiiti t'irili Mir
WI111I1111 W11.1 S'.(
Mi
IV ilin'V
I.eUli l oil
.1.1 II. .Mi v.'iivs nlil. .1
ill the llflh Mo..- of
who livid on th
ih
M
Mm ninn-hic p.nk
ip.tri'iieni-.
rnlhiisl.ie ' ' ' tin.' and 1 1 s.h
reel.
ilini 1 etl f." 11 a f. ..1: w'n.ln.v I.i h.-r
apariuii'u: t . tin sidewalk last hIkIv
.inil was Insl.itulv k.licd.
PoiUctuaii Slciiict saw the wnmtn
fall and Hilled an ambtiin in from ih.
.1 Hood Wtliiht Hospital. Ween Hr
Itr.ulluiry lame lie .s.tl.l -he w.i.w dead.
Col'oti"r Itxlthnn-i'i' (ue'iuie.l !h
wonian's son. I'r.ink m.ii Saa'.l. .'I year,
old. and the iliuth w.i rcKlsiered on th-b'l.ltci-
of the Wet Until street station
a- sUl tile
I PORTUGUESE CABTVF.T FAT.TK
Iron tile in 011 nu lle.ullle ( 11111I1111.
nn llnrlim lnt inr.
yn"
I.t.-nos,
il ' .1' lit .J.11V, t.i Tin St x
Ian. ,'!. The Cnblnet has
le-
, si r tied
There ha. been trouble In Political
contantI for the past year nnd only
1 few dn.v nun ll was teporied that
Piesldenl AniiiKa lutetiled to telKti.
SilvcUro I'nlciio wn Prime Minister
and Milliliter of the Inlet lor In the
('(bin t whldi has !ut leiisned.
BANDITS ROB STORK OF S12.00H.
Four lu (Hit Mioitl I'olli'fiiinft in
I II II l I II u l-'lulil.
cit"-vi.o. .Ian 3 Within a half hour
thi evi'iilnu f.uir men with a stolen
an! 'mobile robbed a Jewell'.v store of
M.'.n.i'i worth of ihamoml. fntiuiil a
pls:,'l i..ip:.' wlih two policemen, vvcie
iiricstcd by 11 lllll .1, only In shoo, hill!
and beat hliu up on the way In a
police s , ni,, a They linallv cot away
nfifr 'il'.iiidonlni.' their iar.
The robbers drove up to a Norlh
Chirk sit cet Jewelry store and hurled
bricks lliidiiun the window. Then they
rinblii'd the cards of diamond on dis
play uud inn buck to the machine, nnd
away Hit vvi nt Policemen tired at the
tleelm: car und the bnudlts returned It.
Crowd 1 of hoincuoein lied Into doorways.
The bullets crashed into stores alone;
the way.
Their llrsi act to fool followers was
to shut olf ihe lull lamp of their ma
chine. ,
Policeman I'rcd Sllel.cn was shol In
Ihe leu; nnd beuten wiih revolvers after
he had arrested the men becausa Ihe
tall Inmp of ihe automobile was not
liKlttrd.
Several minutes l.iler tlte bandits
abandoned Hie car and lied.
AN I I'.OII.IA lx miiiskf.1.
nellfr In Kieillrlnaliiiisntltlri. than plUrlmace
to the donor. i.unkjuro..N -.i!(.
90 MILE GALE
SHAKES NEW YORK
Four Storms Cause Lowest
Hnromptcr in History
ol' Region.
BKS WIND OFF COAST
Disturlmncps Centre in One
Terrific Blast on This
City.
KASTKKN 1'. S. Sl'FFKRS
Ucporis Tell of (ireat Prop
erty Damage and Bliz
zards Near B.
.MANY sMAI.I. 110 A TS Sl'XK
lialtleliits llnrr.x to slielte1
and Featx Are I'elt for
Sinaller Ve.ssels.
Four uiipt ftfiitloiis stoittit .oi I
ted Indi.iilunlly. met In ueiinl conp
acv nn Thurd.i nlsht Yeterdai' thev
walloped llle seas liolli Noitnll; to Mas
sachusetts Into letnteiit thf like nf
wltli h has liei. n seldotii seen alons th'
A 1 In title coast
'I'hf cnale-i lnu low pie..uie prn
(lucid, for till- leuloti. the lowest rut.
lometer In Its hlsioi.v. '.'s 01 lnche. beal
ine the prei ion low duplicate lecnrds
nf tvn; and I'iM In (('. of an bull
Last niuht hortly befoie 10 o'clock
Hide was a light fHll of snow which
I. is'.il for iilniut an hour and compleleil
twenij-foiir houts of ihe most extraoid
Inurv iiulck chnnues on the part of tho
wcii'hei In the history of the city.
Wall Ihe sleep Ulltdleiit. as th" m.
ti 01 iilouisl call the low pressure, thete
came a hf noinenal blast fiom west
southwest that reached In this city nn
maximum of ninety miles for hnlf a
mli'tile and for more than ten minutes
howled at elahty-seven mile.
f'nr nn ttniir nnd a half the mighty
force of the wind practically htirrlentie
lkf continued, und this also lat nil
past pel formunee. There have been
worse winds, nolably nn Kebruarv Ti
last 0:11 . when fur 11 minute the nne
1 iiinmeter nf the Weaih r Hiireau iilmosi
went In idf. es In reKlsteriiiR l'.'U miles.
Ititl tbui cteat windy day had no hour
and a half tecord such as yesterdni
Thf ipiartft of tolsterers cinislns: the
tumble wetf ob-ervfd by th" weather
sleuth., in .M.ib.1111,1. 1 thin olf Norfolk am!
111 tl;.' upper lake region uud none of
thf experts supposed 'hut the four weie
record httntlnu. Tin.' Is why we did
not yet much propl on lite ub.le. t
ll has 1 fen a habit of uiiii.-unl weather
to 1 inn eal 11- intention
I al 1'iiie. aster .-'call was anuuiK
lite suipii-.d inc tfi.i oloiisls lie noted
Hint the tui'i'liiiu; i-i'poils tiliowt'd Hint
Washington had .1 .voiidtrfiillv low
II. 11 iiiiw lie pif.-sui. nf U'.cj anil Hi
ill' winds v.. -re h.i'.vhin. nil nln'iu t 1
tin lit if ( 1 ia O tliilli Kkuld.i to New .lei
11 lie saw bv thf map tiiiib up te
ll ( t xp.Tts l.iiir In t it, im. ruin", Hi 1
iin- fniir spirm had unlifd ami he pr.
plied lo loo), out for Stic-" but not so
ni". h a.j iv a .'t'tiiiilli iMi'lerBo.ie l"r-
; ol Ib'IV.V ,1'es ,11'tlU; illl.-' . x
li tiv Hi -t'VelllV -tlvc tlll'e'i i.'ll the
ilt-ttnitinn nf 'ieiilnvr th. lletce.t inni
l'ut nu 'n iu wind nnd a wa.. teered
I'...- Ne-v nrk
iirIi"lit b.v vviitet were not n.imer.
011 !u reiibmit. 11 It Hour, ll lltei tepiitti
fioni olT PhoK may ici"il loss of atpp
it"l life. The asfni'lt of the storm In
lower and upper biv (iiused th" sinkint
of several bttrues. the tt,indmc of a
scow and marvellous i;e.v iters In Hattery
Pink due 10 (he Incaklni of Hie 1 otiib
ei.s uuailist the eu v.ull
The Uhertv Nl.tml n.'.it lin; up at
th" Mm if r wnll nnd the Klhs ll.ud
'ferrjioit s'npperl running. All tut
and other ciufl Hint usually lie nlong
' side 'hn piet at tlle wall Miucht oilier
iiiariers. a they would linve been bat
1 tered to vv rei luise. The upper bav nn'fr
I presented u mole 1I0I011- aspeil. resoni
blluu the ferment of a little ocean. Many
nigs turned lull lo the bl.i.n nnd ran
for shclier
Mown In Ho". llb (Iteeti. where th
, utile. weeplnr, ihrousli Hatterv plat),
get a cltfiilai motion by nnromlnB
t atr.i .(-. t the wall of big buildings, nav
, , pinion was attended with hazaid for
, man and boast. Thlee light, wagons
j were overtuineit by the blast Wumen,
1 with h larger isall nren than Ihe hlfur
'.(ted. were blown fntin their feet, and
' the hats of men, having no nnchornse,
.Milled gaviy up the ilifme and never
faille down lo their owners again.
Accidents wete many in all the bor
niighs and the witters thereof nnd In
neat by pluces of New Jersey
A scow in tow of the tug I'.c.den Age
patted her hawser near (lovernors Is
'land mid idled up on the shoals. The
man nn the scow shunted for help and
Thomas Walsh, cook on the Oolden
Age, went nut In a ynwi tn take him off
The ynwi was capsized. The Cahlll tur
( I.. Hallenbcck got nlongslde Walsh
nnd hauled lilii) aboard unconscious.
A passenger on a New Jersey Cen
irnl train who was trying to pans he
, I ween cars on a bridge between Kllza
bethport und Hayoune wns blown into
the wider und drnwned.
A six foot hoard from the roof nf
Ihe Thrinip u venue police station In
Htooklyu fell on Annie Donnghi, J years
old. who was lu a lealiy carriage Her
skull wa fractured, A flugpnle frno
tuicd the skull of olcven-yenr-nld Min
nie Ooddfrled In Fourteenth a venue,
' lltooklyii Willie Mailer of the same
, hnruusii wns hurt by a fallnc iron hid.
, tier at 4 r. .Myrtle 11 cnue
' lllectrlc light pules were blown dnwn
I In Slalcn Island and The Bronx am

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