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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1913.
isu-tn nf id vi' "Inns wete In (lark
im?" (net tti.il. ' Tiers ,n di: i In- inrk I
f 111" i ' we'., iin in' "il The mnfs
ofi f.it'i !" .mil iliicli'.titts vi'i torn nir
'ii Hl.mklin Stolen I'l.H'il iir.il Inwns
II N""W liT-fV llllil I.OIIg Ifilltld In
i j (iriiiucs lli' tojil and streets were
'i h"d In I lees
'A luiiifp gultlg t Long Island over
lj. ij.,i rtisbim Hndge wiii upM't nml
iji nllln hii.i'ked Hum ill plum It
Ii- i it Im' I; iifni liii' hearse was
' il lo-n .iriiiti ).il.-. bt.ihcinaii
'ifi ih l.oin; Ixiiiinl Uiiilni.nl. whs blown
"mi ire ii.i ..I ii In ,ght ir.iln In In-
riHlc.i and i .i'il'. Ii if II'' was taken
to St Mnr Hospital
Ii w.ii :m nffshni Uali' nti the Jersey
toast and nn lossils wete tcportod
f l" n ttnuhle ri'iili otlnililllii:. liii'
w.i'M' iniryi-il srhuullct . doubtless
Imi i i ,' d lli hcnii : wa
'jpnl'M1. fnif tulles tmtthilisl 'if Hi"
lit",' I .sic llci I'm iif" .iMm: ft.'ii ion.
,'ihg l.ft ensign iiinmi down Th"
I f-rr I d''stnw- S"tKC.. passed not nf
"h"!'.: Il'inii nl ll 'i I' M i "td.ix
to eii i.i r .ml
Ml .IDpallll'i
nVv 'itt.'lnrtnil III'
"iit.'linc pun xeler
hnliim Hi" Wlnif Star
ii"' itn' I'm ml t ;i lit-
IlflUlil'l tii-rilmi
In i nis pill nut
III , l..( IlllWl't s in
r,i'.. ili.Mii ar!:i!iii
drilling in I In' blast
A H'liM" In III" llBlilllnii' ili.pnlt
iijfii' nt S'atin Ifliniil 'i.iai lli.it 111"
JI..111111111I SluiaN I lit!np nif Iliiii.'r.iH
ivji .till .It .linl M1.1t "Ii" miiiIiI l."i p ii"
M)nl In tli'l
M it, nil i piimllil" Mm is
Mill I ,Mi
l If r.s ttl'l tf'pnrt. tl ll.'l
np 11 di.t ros-
Til" u.tlr
"ta 1 1 nil' a'
Wn lln.l".
l.it" up Miitiw
I'.ilH'V IhI.iihI I
in inmi' I" i. "
alnni: Hi"
HI t III .11111'
iml "nut"
nf ' i"
n't ii
Mn
Hi nl
Hi' III
"I..
1 !-! Hi" mm null
.1 tll'll I. "t
. i;..iii...i ti
I ' 1 ll'.l I I ItU .il
.:! "Ill il.nm'
Killl r.iiu -,'li
tnii I'.i-rn I'.u' u a ti'li, mum
liolil" flnin I'lllill. 1. m I'll at I'nlll
frmt'li it.-.t si mi I'ntt I l.iiiulli'ii ai.-nti.
.i ""ftc rdii' attiiiinnn ulti n .1 ilaapnl" in
finn' nf tin. ImiiM' nt Mr rnnni"
n llirn- in at I ..'a I " i i-t -ut Ii nvi'ini"
Vl'I'I'K' ' 11 'I""' Hi l.,lt' nil hit 111"
Httli !lrl m t'i. I', it. I Mi" a laU. ti
In Hi- .NniMcv 111 llnipit.i' Hi a fl.t"
tiircil 1"
Sit M inn.. In ilil " '. r.ir- n.il. nf
1 Tn S' "iiii -ihirn .'i.t nu. Ktatiilmi;
on tl" I! It T ftatinll lit S". illt.l -fniit III
..if 1 atil N. i tr.(ii' avitiin iaitini;
fn ,1 II.1M1 I ;. ai Ii '.ram Wl'. n nti" iltmv
p 11 t ii ia.inii 'i" ,
'm fni ill i'' ill .11 i" a
lL Mil- 1 II' nfl ' I Ml"
- I'.hm n on the
n"! ami li"f l"lt
fnfMiltll II IH'ks
of th" "..in
T'i "i Mi" ni"ii lu.n'iis
'a n art ."il ll'i liniii" ami ;
. II' f"i .1 'lint.. 1 mil. ll.ni' 1
Ninirjlan lln.pita! Tl
I" ..f Hi"
iali Ma
fi.'in Hi"
niliiilatii'i'
; 1' 'link 11 tin mti'l ml Hi" iai tn !i"r
hni .J" atnl h" .Imtiit 1. illi. I up I'iiI!""
I J. a'liiiai t'-r anil afk". in han an
ntlK Hill'i'llam "'111 Tn. ' 'nit'"
nl lln.iltal actit a 11i11t.it atnlnil 1111 c
anil Hif .Ni'i-ii email lln-pltal .1 linr." ani
.il.im( Wln ti tin- Imrv ihaivn iclilclc
.lino up i" .Ii" mi" that ',i .mirk in
ir :n III "I'p.'il Til" linr.-" lirnltc
l' f '.M liniii'".'. and tan aiviii. Iia -ric
'ot'i .niiliiilaiii'" .tr.imloil Th"
mi -r va- aim III ami llnalh. null th"
pip nf the pair.il iimkihi th.- ;iiii atn -
iiiiiani. ! 11 pre lianlPil nut nf Hie mini
MpkiiuIiiI" Pi Cnti". nf tin- i'iiupi
I .land lln-pltal Iiml nrrivi'd at Mis
Kldrllc n Imns" Sh 'h" tak"ti In his
4ttltut Kill ulu'tr In 1 1" ua ample
Utod
William Ziiiinntin.in nf ;.; Hnniimtc
ni i nup WtlliiiiiiolniiK and William Sni -dpr
al-n nf Wllliaiiisintr", .Ipi-uIivI in
piip nf thp wind tn trv tn llsli frntn th"
I iR-amland pier laht nmlit. Zimniprnian
na- blnnn llltn Hip iial.'f Sn.idi'l' thr.
I1I111 11 rnpo and tnii.'d him Inland in
"hallow ivatpr .Imni.'rmnti u.ik tliaucd
out In the I'nni i Islaml pnli. c xtatimi
Tiip uii'ti nf tlm M".itn luhti r l.".iil''i'
of thp I'prth MiiIhii Cnppir Wu-kx,
wlildi had irmm a Intl.. tvnn talnxn
from In r In Hi" nninii ipat furrvlinat
Hinn nff Cnlildnx l!("f iind landed in
Hits (H Th" l.ciil.'f. lidi'ii ivltlt enp
prr llais iHnind flntll IVrtll Atnhnl Inl
Nph Voi'i. Shnrtli nt 1. 1' th" 1 1 en had
Ii f' lir 1 si,.- sank
Wi liam .1 IPniier, .'11 jtaif nld. nf Jul
1.,1-t I if'i-nlnth .stt.ci. Manhaltan. iia
mown 111 It. nit i f a lie Kalh aicnii" i.,i
a Mi ' I" . 1 nm ami Wai-hintnti .irci'i,
I - .iii.l, n i..s; n,yht. Ilw left j,int ,t
t ..If
V in !!(.' I'nii' "tnan l"tani '-V
Ynnnt eta. ii.'d tn II" Ainltv stte..' .t,,.
Imp Mas id, .up ,n 11,111; nl a Sil""iitli
a rnu. in- ,t ria'.l. 11-11 awiiii,' and
I'laza pin,. Th.'iat kirn, ki-d hitn (.. n.
His iPf .ii.iiildei was dixlncati d.
nnip .Mllln. .'al ,.ar nld. nl 1 K Sit.
mid st.pit, Wiindha 1 1 n. a thrnim
dii'in In . I.- 11 1 ml while siamiiS ,,, n,r.
ilp'a'd ra.lmail platl'mtn nt Mvrtle
.iicn ip an 1 llridu" hi. i- Her nsht
ih sh ,1- limken
TELEGRAPH SERVICE HURT.
Mnin II. at". Itcln ci When Wind
'lrnrt Irct llimn,
The s ,rrn mtPt t upi-.1 lea'Craph si'.
vn c hiiMitfliniit "lir Kit st train l.ynoii
hurs 'n N'nn llnuland Tile orl
tiwiti.M "1 Hi" north iva." enn.spd h a
fa nf p jinow hi't""n Hiiffaln and
"S.r-iriisr Mani nlien lintHPcn t)ior
'tno Litl'" .saccpd and hrnkp, hut npther
1 'v "as1 Pn'lrph cut off.
I'roni niil.i tnornim: th" offices of Hip
r'otal and Wpitrrn 1'nlnn entnpanlfs in
tin I'U.v iiei" (miiilPd with motiipon
that rnnlfl nm he seui lipeaut-p iolcs
rid Mrc" nan h'ep Iiimiii dinin 11 m the
it mm pnirp aihaippd nm ilniard.
Hilt the 1 rpt PM'titatii'i'i nf hnth rmil
ranlc .-aid. .iI'IhuikIi th" iilnd 11111
.( -ippllnu tin- serik'e. the Irniilil,. cnuld
n a bp rompated w llh tin
unowrtf.rm-.
effeits of blir
- CURB MARKET BLOWN UP.
(nir 'turns llmLem I'rnni
t'hnvr
nf
llnllnr 10 I'liime nf
llnta,
f ine 1 urn maiKet 111 liluid street wmh
Koi'n up esterdai aftertmnn, but the
ftwspapcrs didn't vet (nu anv cMras
lti'd'tin (lv iiiimlt.'i' was al rested.
V I' was an elithly mil" kuIc ulilcli
Kipped the chase nf dollats fur half
illti limn , wiilli biokPts scurried far
3n irtliiiaid '11 a dash to spcitre hatd
Jwliuli 'ailed it 1v.11 In a I'lmiil, sniiie of
(iln- derbies snalltu; alnft to a lei el ivHh
0)!i. 1 nth Hour windows.
I
S
Ar'JRM IN THE SOUTH.
JpilnnlH s,,,.,t Iii Wind nnd Mert
C I'httrlpxlriit Suffpra.
2 ATl.ist.i. .Inn II The south Atlunlli:
titles in i,n weii' In ihr Ki'lp of 11
,1"inlli wind ,ji inl rain sluim which
VJ!-k(d ha.ui. with slupplni:.
Atlatua was Mmpi b tain wind nnd
Llert. Mn wind leachuiK llfty-eiitht miles
jfiti hour luluiiti Tnes and lelcKiaph
"iinles! weir blown inei' nnd windows
lUerc Kttiablicd, fmt.i mllp salr Kivnpl
i'lh'rlPRton. iiiiiHiiiK innsldprablp dnmaup
there.
; GALE TOSSES GREAT
T
Ki'iin-tl Thnt 'rorpcild f tt wi f rt
I .n-t Ont.siilc ll;uiii- !
ton INmhK
KAMOI'S FRICATK !il US'.U
l.iirlits!iii ! Ihivi'ii I'rniu
lion, iiml Mtn'li liiiiinu l
TIhmiuIiI to lti Sunk.
Willi Hie t lutl :
Noirni k, Vn .Inn S
lilniilnu :lv nillt". an hum In 'he (
"ctllv nt iVp" lli'litl anil "litli'v at
llailcras tli.i rii'.-t mti ..-(! 1 v ivi". a' tlm
lllctcv nf the tint il "'nilll "p"l
hprc 111 thlru-lh" leaf"
n.r.l'
The Imttlpshlpi Mlntn'snta
I i' nrit'll, !
I'tnlt olilu. XiiKittlii. .NVIitifkn
ami
Idallu In rseap" tint fm.l nf llli n'l"
rlcanc inan.iKed ' unil." H "li w i 'i.ln
Hampton I'mad" The lil l.vl 1
mtiali p.pcri' me iiith Mi" Kim. n nml
iilieli Mi.- pa"'!) C'ip" lltnr.i iIl'Ii
s.a nnic lueaklna a'l out tliein
Si'Wta. "f III" lnK aliip- had lit hn.it j
sinicllPd In I'iU iii"H htiak.t'.-' mer
them and tun nf Hielt la im h"s ivpip
surpt .1 mm Anet fnt M." s.u.'ti nf
full!' liitp.'dn lina'" 11 huh "hen I11M
i.'.lill flntll net" en til l " In N'nrfnii,, lie
i inie mi niaikod illicit tin mini
iii. 'He. I flntll Ihem In-day that II ai
e. 11 e,l that Hiei miulit haie licit lilmvii
fill (l it tn m'.l nf fnlindl't cd riuritiK Hi"
S'.IK
It i rcint tnl tn-nlKht that several
I'.i It ! '"hips haic been ntdeted tn proiecd
In sea in m.i ri a rnr the lllls.iluj; hn.it.
When tan liattii ship" Clllle In .(Helmr In
ll.'impl'Hi llnaiN ttie li.tre nf the n mil
Has m Ktenl ilia' seieiai of them
dtauceil their 11. ml hunks and additional
iieiit'nts had in 'IP mldcd tn hn'd Ihem
atains! Hi" iviml.
Tile lli; ille.ldllniiuht W.lntllinK lllttle
licit UiiIiik nuc nf her lamii'lies ami
selelal nlllicls had 11.11 low ccapo.
fin m drniinini; The launch uas iriim:
t" Rrt allay fmni the W.inmlm; tn luinK
I lie ntliiers In I lid I'nilll llllen H lllls
limled null lemli, finer ;i;aln.st thn
side nf tlm ship A nm went after tlm
lamn li ami managed tn mu it safeli tn
( iM I'nlllt
Th" limps uete s,i luKli at 1 lid I'nlnt
that tliei I lent ni er t he "iiiierntni'iil pier
and unshed ronstdernl'l" fietuhl nver
Imald The fnnc nf tile wind bleu M'V
etal hie plat" Kl.'lss umdnlls nut nf th"
sun parlnr nf the t'lianil'crlaiii lintel
nml Knlli f riL-liti iii'il seietal uttrsts
Half a dneti lailllrhe Inadeil uttli
tin la I nil), its pi, I nut from battleships
In the llnails but urre fntied tn put
back Will's nf naval iillU'ir.-i stund on
th"
ani
lialciin.i nf the ChiiiilbPllin Hotel
null Hie aid nf (.'lasses sail then
I husbands trvini: tn cet asln.ii. tn meet
them, but the little steam launches
in 11 Inch tlie.i attempted tn make the
vnyafr. cnuld not withstand the fury
nf the tale and uete hauled back on
I 'Hard
Huilnu the heiuht nf th" stnrni th"
fiimnus nld frlMntc .lamestnii 11 ivhlch
fnimht in the cli II ivai. uas burned
Th" .Iniiii'stiiH 11 m blniin tiiiai frntn
In l inniitmKi near Mf ti.ti j jard and
uhen alniiiM In nildstieani tile burst
frntn hri nu all sidp... The Inn nini:
nf the .lamestnii'u is 'a m.stpi The
nld ship uas ri'i'pntlv sold m the Nm
fnlk Saliaue I'.impanj lniihichspicr.il
tllV.l ntfC's are said In be interested
The .lallU'stini 11 mntaiiieil sntit" lain
able nipper ami it is thnuuht that
iviirknuii ivrre eimaKid In burnlni; n
nut nf her nhin she uas blmin from
her inniirlnus and desttnied
Th" I'mierntiient iilrcl.Fs statinii at
Heatlfof lllls ilelllnllshell In the stnt in
and sen. ml unkiinivn 1 cin'ls are t-.
liiifteil tn be ill illtless nff Hattela".
The liar;;" Man l'isher lias sivampnl
bv th" sturtn and -.ink nff Ctanc.i
l-danil. Her reii u,t r-scued liy Hie
III'; ItidUPlVnod Tile rnnf nl er the (leek
nf Hie iPcelilni; .ii lankllu n,i
1.1. m n nff and a half dozen trees nu ihe
(ini ernmpnt rcs-fviitidtt ucre uprooted.
A sninlii'srail, nan blmin nff the Sea
hnalil Air l.llle Incnmntll'i. lep-l'.r simp
in I' m ismniith and can led tlft.i yards
aiia.i by th" wind.
LiLtlitslup N.i 7:'. .statliiiii'd at IH.i
innud ShnaN. was bl.nvn seieti milrs 01T
her station and sent nut wireless up.
pr;,l. for assistance She mar.nsed :o
K"t up steam, linweier. In tune tn save
herself, and at Ins' report? was nunln
at anrhnr Ihr"" miles east nf her nrlcl
nal station.
Wires ainnc tin scaroan are down
and ti.. news tPK.mllns ii" fat" "f v'-
, i s ktlnlln tn ti" nil Ih's (nasi cnlllll
le nbialni'd to-nlsht.
PHILADELPHIA HIT AT NOOK.
One KIIIpiI nnd Mini; Injnrrd
,-inil,OIIII Prnprrt llnintiup,
I'uiMi'Ki.rnu. .Ian. 3. One pprson Wrts
killed, ' vent I were Injured, property
was damnKPd to thp extent of probably
tSlin.OOO nnd much hnvnc was raued
Just before noon to-day when a wind
bloninK at llflv-two miles an hour swept
across I'hllnilelpnn ami the adjaient
( niuitry. untonfed btilldtncs and threw
pedestrlnns to the Ktotind.
At 11. la the Him was shlnini; hriuhtly.
A few minutes Inter the sky huh black, a
sheet of mil) swept the .streets and th'.
wind beitan to howl.
ticorK" Turner, who was cnuht In the
rnllapse of a hulldliiK at 111 South I'lfth
street, was killed. Ilefore tin- tlnul crash
came the biilldliiK. which was well filled
with 11'nrker.s, Itinstly fulelKtlets, swayed
and creaked. Then the fourth Htory nf
the bulldlni; in -4 1 :t South l-'lfth street,
mm lifted and fell on the factory build. ,
Ini;. I'uiirteen persons were dim fnim
the i unls.
In Port Itichiiinml a liiuiber shed on
the Westmoreland sHcet wharf was
blown off and scleral men wei" cain.;ht
lictlcath II .None was .seriously injiiied.
One xvornan was eiilerlni; th" llelle. im; nu Chuicli nti ret was lifted from
vnc-Stratfotil Hotel when the wind lore the nulls and dropped Inlo u icar .i.ird
n small satchel fioin her hand, opened j Wi.sstkp, Conn., .Ian. :i As n trolley
It and scattered her money ulmm thn 'car lllled with juissetmcrs mi the Tor
stnel. jilmttnu ii ud Winchester linn was up-
Tlin wall nf a Imiise at L'lli'i Soillh pi om hlim the I 'a Ik Hotel, next to the
Scvcnlcetltli mi i I'i'l wa- blown out, Icnv-1 lark'est hotel hcie, nt ;i o'cluck tills
1 ll K .Mrs. William Talbntl innklm: din-
tier in tlm kill hen in antidilution of
the lettirn of her liushnnd for his mid
day meal.
In West Philadelphia hundreds of
cheap emit t uct residences n ere unroofed.
Durliu; the storm two tccords in the
local weather bureau wete broken, The
barometer ihopprd to Ihe lowest point
II has ever hern hele, L'K.liS, The lent
peratiuc renched the lilKhest It ever
lias been on lllls date, til ili'Krees.
I'tsTos', Pa- .Ian n. A four slory
brick biillilliic in I'lillllpshurK was de.
moliKhrd dui'liiK thn wind Mnrm thi.t
iifternnon Paild .1. Firth, a decorator,
was raiiRht In Ihr ruins nnd perhnii1!
fatally injured Thousands of dollar
f nf ilimns" was ilnn" ' poles nnd
v ii if In. I'lii't-li Huh'. t'logrnph ninl
t"l"ilinni' timpani. In Kastnti Phil
.ph'irg nml i It Inlf
llit i;M' . I'.i l.iti .'. In
ll'S' 1,1 1 ,1! I'S .ITH iw
I lull lllls lilt 'o-( I'. M" II
' ?vi,!iini' Ilia' il il i un!ili'iali''
'in- ft " -
."I Itll.Ie-
in In 1 1 1 M "
llillll.'lp'i'.
Half "f Ml" c( ninl ilnfv nf
ihi- pi. in'
nr ill" lla.li'tnn
Ii nu il nil din itig
Knitting llll. iv,i.4 1
III' IP mil ilu'lf. ll Ili'II !
Illntt nf tip' "ml i
II" I lllluh.
SU'it IiAMiIVii.
unil hw "..: u' i
I.I V i.lHtltll! I i!
liii A"t" ut hnni" fuf
N' I . .Inn 3. - !lnv
titcil I'll" (jI.ii " !n
"i"!Mi lmiin ami a'
' l' ml'" an i
i Inn"- li.nl a vi'in '
Il nil' M'li'h .!. iin.i.'
plfiifiii" li.iii'i in !
Ill' "! ii hit Ii lia tr
I"" Mi rnuili ill fn
"f rl.lfl "l" -Hill
v IK 'loll" in .-111. 1 1 i
1 m fir I liirli.it' '
i t iic ii idt'i'vn In
".ii V niitnliiM'
. ami i:1ii i 'V I
I'l'ivn ft'oin Unit in..,.! lii-4 'n tin. .linr"
I a ml lia 1 1 r i "il
Til" iiltiiKMic 'a .:" . nr Tap! Sinnin
IC.initm I u.i. iiimiii ni .'t ami (-auk. Tlin
! '"'' '' ''''i " "nat nf ('ap'.
! ''Huri'"' 'i-.M n imi' .1 later Im III
M"'! "I'l" l'i liatltnt Mi" pilini:
Sinn
M-.. I'.i .Ian :i leiriMc
and I jilt Mint stni in ptniailed
1 1 IHtll'l"!
'i"tc In d.ii diinni; wlililt lain fell In
tntti'iits tt.i.idiim km land- and piitllni;
III" li'l.'lilliil'.e and l"l."4t,iph .el 1 i.'e tem
pnl al III nut nf 1 iitntul.'-slnll.
I .lull I null; set III c 111 1' li s'tufei'.
business bn is...
plinm Cm I. ani:
11 No Hie Aim 1 .1 all Tell''
I Im fit. I "! Iiii .1 Tli" W'tilslutm
u Inch b.'uan bete at mnin tn dm has
IP.'llllPil sei:,,.s lllilpnlt .111 s tl'.rnltltll
Kent rii'inn main ImiiMuii ii"in t"-
pnllcil Mtllniifi'il tlees ,pi,nli Palps
ill llulllieil and Indilet l-nl,s lilinrn
1 awav In s,,in,. (.am ,,f t. ,.,.n,tv l(
hail.il t the li.ix Shni, sniiir. nf the
cntlliues WPIe sbal.en Hum I hi
(latlnns
In lll-
' N tl lttvntn ).. . J.in
l per.
tl dlnn n.'i I
1'iitht th"
iml m. 1111
sntls ate teplltteil III hale li
m ai l.antel The im.. ,
nl stet boat p..t ' 1 n.i u ,1 1 .. .
of til" ships net,. 4 1, nt; m ,,-,.
n nshnie
Sntli"
nthi't s
of Mi" .
Wet" (In
I 1 V. - II
wne.l It
I si HI
tl putt
bill
PITISIILRC. IS SXOlVEf) IX.
Ir-(11 pern line llrni is Item,.,.,
Irs I Im 11 I'nur limits,
T'irrsmi'.,. I.,n '! W. sum vt,n-
sl'll.inl!! lis !,.,. l,,s. ,. f,, ,.,r,,,u
tl'llll'.' In ij.a ..ilf nut ,,' ,f;
and ip'um,. i.. p. inn il a. M ,.
Th. tit mi liiiit, ,,f ibis nun." 1
r.i.d linlieiaidid ,,i.i , t... itnt,. .,f
siitntii"' ' tnp.'tntur.' I i.i.qi.- 'hint
sands d mn: I'.vn wlthniit m i'ic.,tts ,
lulilnrv ,,,i
luivanl n 'I it
Zi'lll b' fnt , I
li di'Ktees 1,
Tr.uu s I,.
stnitn i.i.
sell' I 1,.
ptiini.s.s
-iiinri'iiw
l"SS tlllltl
In''-
ni"K nr . n w ti
M'tm t lillit; nct
The lit op u.'i-.
foil! '.In'll
ad ami V ,
Itm items ni,),, Indlnna
ami Ilnn..." 11. mi
t 111
Mi
.SS,, I I
la!' f;.i:b
I." I.'
ttnr'.I.W's -
d
u "ii y "am
the Ufa' !al,
fm:n bmli , . ,,n, vi
Wile 1 iiiiitminii ati.in
1 n I '.-tins, h mu,, K j
Stlnll plnimhs Hi l
and 1 i . ' ,1 '-...ids f.c
Itll e la' u ,ut. -
ROOF OF JAIL CARRIED AHAY.
I'rl'nn.'i-s I 1111
I'lullteuril
1 1 em it
I.ecHlte.
Hii.i 1 NP t:t . .1 in ,1 Tlm sum l.i-t 11 ht.r.
irlcnne Ml rpt ip the ( 'lp.s.l pea I, .. rn In-
day at a ,-isti mil,. H.i .. diiunL' .-nni.
tunils t ..ii ft ititn rlnp nml stt.i.inm nf
the Hast, i n Shu,-.-and tl htm th" liniii
of Sallsbiir.i. Wltnttt'cn tniinti. and
ntlli'f l tllaaes mi til" sllntp Xlltnl.Pts nf
n.i.stcrini; ipss,i 1 ml 1,- salllnt; craf'
are reported asimte. b-p far a.- kninitt
there has been tin Inss nf f,. flt,. ii,mi
,lUe tn llhalt pt iiperties s h. ml
lll Haltlmnre i iii and c unit Ihe
datnaitp will run up Into mani thousands
nf dollars Hniisps were iinrnnfed and
the (bdlntnlin stiil'ts l' em 'r-nib'ted
d niip-rnus ,iv Hi Ins sn and hntteretl
ninduiis
- panic was alpinst stnttcil when Hip
wind bl. w Hie innf ami a ciipnla ntf the
lialtminrc cmintv jail at Tnivsnn. ThPre
Here slip ptlsnnei's :n th, Imildlm;
AM wpic badl.i frluht. 11. .1. but untie in
lured Tin- entire rnnf iner the Jail and
nut the hnme nf I'.lijah , I'fUe the
waideii. which 's in the ft .nit pan nf
Hi" huililim;. was llfi.-d ntf ami dnwn
heie the huililim; Th" nnli npeiiini;.
hniii'Vcl. left Iii Hie jail pinpir vv'i l-i .
isnlld be s,.,. iy h,. i Isntti-rs W'UK
iihcrp Hip cupola wlmh was us,. f,,
ventil.itlnu, was blmin mil. This
tended ilnwn frntn the roof in the main
part of Hip bulldum The men. linw
eier. were ton badly frichtencd In at
tempt tn csrap"
75 MILE BLOW AT NEWPORT.
I'renUii nf t.nlr nl
Ni'iirby Ni'ii
Other I'nliils in
Knuliiuil.
.Nkwi'okt. II. I . Jan. SI ippinu
bete tn-nlchl Is tied up hi a scvcnti
tlie Itlll" snutliiiest tale that ionic up
lust befnre t'i o'clnih The I !n "I ntnellt
ferries had In abandnn their schedule
to the nitial and army mailniiH.
The Pall Klver steamboat I'rni Idence
rearhnl here fmni I'nll Hiiet- at !;-(5.
Their Is some doubt whether ot not
she will be able tn leale nil the trip
tn .New Vnrk until the xvlllil unes down
At 10 0 clock the unle was Inci easinu.
The mine lavlnc ciulser San l-'ran-Cisco
left here this afternoon for liiiaii
lanauio. Cuba, and must haw en
coimtereil 111" ual" well off shnte.
The naval wlieless station hete has
not heard from Hie crulset .since she left
the lia.i, whli h Is taken in mean that
.she Is safe.
littKKNii nil, Conn. .Ian. 3. -The wlnd-
stnim lllls afternoon unioofed a freight
car while the train was passim; throuuii
(ireenwlch and the heai.i pliinkliii; fell
on an express track. This happened I
within sIkIii of the Ciieenw
ilch railway
"ini mil 111 me cm jiisi easi 111 11 1- nm-
men wete sent nut from the depot to'
wai u trains.
lliitTKiiitn. Conn
lilamat;" was done
I ueclictu Iii the It.lli
lo-nmlu l-:.it ly III
i llle rnnf nf the Mn
.1.111
a-Se,lu,
III linl III"! II
,..
' litis nftei iii iii and
the evening Hie nn.
Hell .x Ili'Wes hulld-
iiflirnonn half of Ihe tin roof nf the
nniisn was rtppeit on ny tne wind nnd
dropped Inlo Main street just in front
of the car. Nobody mis hurt.
CAR ROOF BLOWN 200 FEET,
llntne Winnnht by Mnrm In f'entrnl
"(rctloti of Mte,
PoffiiiKr-ErsiK, .Ian. 3, While a
fteight ttaln was ciossing the Pough
keepsle bridge In the Itclght of Ihe
storm hem to-day Iho roof of u box
car wan blown tirf. Thn wind carried
ll over L'OO foot and Iwo buildings inro
badly damaged when II fell
I'tk'a, .inn S -The storm which vis.
filed Uil oi'i'lliui 'if Now Yuri; Slate in.
I'l.iv W,tS ttecnltlp lined bete pi llt'ltldor
ninl lightning .mil a 'wtiix'Hi
if iiiIii Mils iifli'iniiiiii Thiiiidei
x'ii'Iiii ti 1 1 : 1 1 1 v lii" lifi'i! experienced
I'll' In .InlPint linl I! im 'Hi' l!t' Mm'
Wltlllll 'III' Illell'i'V, 'l' liv ill Ul'.l'IH'l
.-limp" Hi.il lull" it nt: bar- i'l.i"il pt.itil.s
,ln ''i ii'ral S'i'U V l n inldw Ih'cr
Nil ii'lioi'" il lot - dinn.iKc bi Mi"
Mill III liaM' lii'i'll I ceiled
'rl'iMTmvs, Ian
liv 'Iiik 'ifli'i iinnn'"
nl ill" N'.'W Vnfk I '
Wi ll. nil Kin l.i'M..
.1 'I'll" l li'l !.ihnl
'I'I'I III" ill') plllltlll
"II' t al m I n!iilli"il nrat
"I 'wta'" mi hiitil
I .-.ill Haffl" vvT- 'i"il np mi n,'i"k I fnt
t v.i limit. in,,n H," l r.i in- tl"liioil
Viix " " .'.in !n ' i iii I l,.ll " Slinl" I. mi-
i'"il II" u.iW". fnim 'in. tivff i'i'
Ii" Iiml'"! '". ..'ii li"i" A aii nf
llll'll l" ll'ltt .11 Hull, Hp, I I llll.' Illf ll.llll.
STORM MOl'ES NORTHEAST.
II 11 ecu n It eiin linl It I rnlliil (Mer l.
I.a 1 cure Last Xli;lit.
WlsntMirm . .Ian " Th" WeatliPt
It'iti'ii t tn-nlali: !ia' 'lie cti r tn
11 h 1 1 1 1 stiept ...... Wasiilnqinii ami
lleiL'.il.,.. inu pal's '" Smith this
Ill'illlilU ! 'tltl'Ml 'nlliltht n.nr th"'
iolii'l S' I, i'.i i Pm e Vitl.f .
The .ennui ilesi I'liies ':'e . t nr 111 .is
rctil.tt :. 'mill in 'lie taplditi ..f its
I"' el .pnicn' and f .r !t .ibiianiial.i inn '
balo,l"'"l' le.lllitms I' "is lll'ived I
..il'l ' .(Cl-.iss he .1 in.fl 111 "IIP f lflll !
if a ii.iii'niv mirth . iml uiv: h troiiuh I
Tli" 'Ite.iu 'iad 1 mi;ei for some In I
lei-" In mti-nspi- ..f he .tiii tn.d.iv
.m l nail "'in .ci' s'.ni'ii narnlnitH fmm
'..ijiii 1 '11 I' 'tali, ."i: Mir rii"..c,iprs
net" s.i pr!td a be liaine
The .s'nitn this nii'inlm.' was cnnttal
ulPt V Imllil'l 11 'th 1 blltnmi'tef li'llillni;
nf ;.'! lip It. 1 l!i'i winds pi"Mill"d
lilntli; 'lie elllll" -li'lHl Mlatltic cna.st
The Kl'iim 1 ntltllllled lint t llll a I ll llllil
slead.i' 11,1 t ea.sini; llllenslll
I'.llll'.ll. X V . lepnttiil :!; Inches
at 4 1. ' Iii. I, tins nlti'i mnin, iv. tli the
bai.inietet stlli lalliii". Th" Icneati sais
Hie stniill 1.. 1 I Ihe Inllet St l,:tlVl.tl(P
Villi.". Will
Will be Inb
111" llll'ldi"
Slntc. Si
(IIs.V.i- .il I
( "lllill'l
nm '.In astw.ird. II
itn il by mulct
AManlli and X
'tin wittnlii".
a il..- Atlanlii
.Matin 1 In
m Km-'lainl
been
'..i.' I Until
1','t'tpiti t" Wllminm
uimls almm Mn Nt v
Will I" ' h West 'l.ltll
11 X f The
Kiiulaml 1 nasi
-'cndai tnnrnltm.
DAMAGE HEAI Y AT CAPITAL.
tiiiii.ii on
I .l nnlcd
llnnsrs nml
l( stnrill.
Wl-iltM.Tn ,l,i
bni.it. .-rf 1 1 walls
'pn.iit. d pirn.- i-'ass
and ' li"-'i.ipii;i 1 nutlet
.! Itnnfs
llemiiltslled
II el V
ttPPS
intidnws broken
tlnll ll itll the nllt-
-tip itntlil alnii'St I'lttlieli ..it nlf by a
sale v Id '. br tl.js cti tins innrnttlK
Tl ( 11 1. 1 Was 10 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1. . I In a dnwn-
in.. 1
Tin- dan., if dune tietf will ntnnunt
in lliiiii.ands nl diillni" The wind at
'lie lllll" leached a lilncltl nf fnltv
niilc" an liniii iiMl fni brief periods
(j.iinprd a.s litirli as stv miles all linltr.
1 A nini.it was st.n ted iit inc the day
'tli.it .. tld. il w.ue caused bv the hmh
and sit "tic wind had etimtlfd part nf
It im iiii nf x.itfnlk The repor' caused
jut-H: xi li. iiK nt In Washlncton. but It
I pl'.i ll tn be ".tn indil ss
' The t.n innf-i nf elKht ndjntnlni;
j ,i'.i: .tiU'iit li.nisi s wete turn enllrelv off
.and lolled .ni I'm ft-ip . tnltlnu with
I tin 111 emir p .ri h.s About a tun of
. brli h aln was lif t.-.l fmtti tli" wall,
nf Ml" .tp.lftSltcnt Ilntlss- ,ind (ll-opped
down nil s,e stn-ei Twenty families
l.i 'n ihe .'tpar;ment. but luiklly no
'..ne was InJuiPil.
I Three nl' four ailtiitllnhiles wne blnlVll
ji.'er "ii renti"vh anla nieuiie. the
brnndness nf which save the ,ile full
Ip'ni (inn turning a (orti"r was blnwn
ni ' r, thrnivinu ih" chautfeur In such a
nai ilia' bis in ad was furred Into 11 i
si we 1 i,p..iini; Tim men pulled hurt!
nut I
Tile se, ie una bliillll (iff I'.ini'il llt.l
I'hurch. Twi'iitiPlh aud t! streets, which 1
is abntit Hit'" Mpiatcs ft mn the Whi'"
' Unit."
Th.) wind was sun binwln" at a stiff
tale ti-1-nts.'ht nnd Washiimtnn was e .
pericncim; irrent illllicull i In cnmmunl.
m tlm: with iho rest nf the world
DAMAGE AT ATLANTIC CITY.
1 n ti
iicci Itom (IimiIU hi sil
lilies llll limn-.
T! INTIC I "ITV X
that at times
nf sixty miles an
Kienwr part nf tip
.1 . .Ian .1 A lusty
iciclicil a velocity
hnni bin for the
day blew Mti inllly
at fntti miles. pl.icil hainc In the
mauilaud districts il.tnuccd shippini;.
'Ipi't liilluiK 1 ha It's nltitlK the Hn.itd
walk and injured scleral persons
The wind blew dun ti nm small dwell.
urns near Smuers Pupil Al l.lnwnml I
Ihiee barns Were detll'illshril
A' I'M as.inii llle the L-ali uruck tin
.sab m Mctlmdl.M IIplscup.il Clitirih, a
iiic .sintie xtrtif ture ne.tr.nu cnmple.
Unil. and .sh.ltlered nlln side nf li
Henri:" i:. Sai.iKO. a Philadelphia nt
ciil'ect. and I.nuls llarpet. a futeman.
wete asiendlnc a scaffnld Section" of
.he wal! !Mle w.i.l nllll cnll.lpsed nn th"
l,ll..... .. . rr. .1 , 1 1 .. ...i.i .1. e i, ... . .
nt me,, ..'mi, i.i.ii.. '
i'
, ' , , ,, ' ,, , , "
Alts John I Meckwlth. wife of tlm
iiki'iiii iih.i cnmmaml the lieach
l.t -
I iml in th" bathlni; sPasnn. was in a mil
! .iu i linir which the a.ile u te.teil from
tie pusher It was swept Hfti fee-
p the llixirdwalk and turned met-.
Mrs lii.kivith was hurled in the walk
lie: innilltiun was r.'pnrl.'il as cfi'ic.U
"-nut'.
SHOPPERS SEE FIRE FIGHT.
r,,"r' '" .i rm -
loiilint lllimuti iii t'niiii si,,,,,,
H'uidieds ,,f Muppi-is s.m ttr.'iii. n
Hiili. a ilte.it l.ll-i:i:i W.m I'-nurtenth
M,e,,. half a I k ft,,,,, Sixth , i,s
ws.,i ,r..rn..,,n i--.il... r-seri ...
Wete calliil tn Keep llle (Inw'il 111, l k .
Tr.llllc iill i'llUI'trenth wasbln.-keii;
Iii hall an hmii'
, . , , i
,":;:;,;
fnur stuii buildlim, III" llrsl llunr nfl
which is u.'ouph'd liv tip. roiiiols
Di'tuoi 1'iillc Club. Xutii.in Masur. a
llcrk liilim al I'.L'I II.i-i I'.leciiuh sttcel.
was left In cliaie.e nf the stum shortly
llflcr I o'cluck. He had ipihn Into it
i on' u' i suop nexi uoor witen Ihete ivn
i an explosion In Ihe tear of Hie paint
shop, where tile oils wete Mnreil, The
shop was wiccked and the flames spread
rapidly.
More 1 Im it thirty emplnyees, mostly
girls and women, were nl work In I.,
Uleber's clonk uinntifni'turlng shop nnd
in Ihe Kliln I'lmhroidery Works, on tho
second nnd thin! Iloors, They made a
rush for Ihe .street nnd all gut out
isafci.i t the I'liurtcenlh street vaude
ville the.'ilre spectators did not learn of
Die lite until Ihi-) . anm nut half an
hour later
The il.unaife amounted to about
V.'.OIHI,
'WILLIAM ROCKEFELLER
Siiinnioii Culls I'iioii Him
pjicii' Iti'foiT Cointiiil !'''
mi iliinuiin I .
to
, ...... ii. ii. .til
. I'L I'.XA.MINhH A I IIU.MI
IVi'liaps Not t All if liuiliM
tors Art' Sntiolii'il It W011M
1 111 peri I His I, il'p.
The hiitil in till" ') V fur William
Hnckefeller Ir. deputies nf the I'ulii
inveslliMtlllK 'niiltnilt"" tn serve n
subpienit nn bun alllnc upon Itlni I"
lesllfy befilte 111" inmtlltltep catllP tn
an end lust nlitlit when until 11:1s te-
celled flntll til" ('llllil tllil II "f Hi" 'IUII-
tnlttie 111 W.ishlimtnti Htfi' .liibii A
ti.lt let. 1 ounsel fol Ml llockefellil
hud iimeed to incept servli r lor llltn
The .iKricment was to th" eiTc t that
Ml. llnckefetlPI' shnnld lipinni befnle
Hi" (omnilttee nn .latiu.'iiy HI
l-'nllnw inc th li''i"i' nf the tnrssapp
fmni WnsliltH'Imi. "'harlPM I" P.ltldell.
setit' ani-'it -al His, llltn has had ihntpi
nf the seatch lute and nt Tnrrytoivn,
sent III", special tleputi, A U. Willis,
'0 Mr. Itickelellei 's fifth avenue Inline
n call nff his men nn the iviiuh there
nnd to Instinct them to return tn Wnsh
tuittnu. This stuteinent nn." issued last nlithl
from Hie nlllce of the cnunsel for the
I'ujn InvestlcntlnK cnmnilttee
Iti diie'tlon of th" cha'ttnan of the
''iiininltt"" Mr rntermver has art epted.
i.tl hi'l.l.lf nf the mnmlttf", ttie in metit
if .Inht A lianei. counsel fur W.iliatti
linpl-'efenpr. tn ftpcept yetvl'.'e nf sllbpirna
fnt th- .Utetidanee nf Mr Itnckefeller he
fere 'hpcnmnittten; Washltiittnnnti Janu
aty 11 I'nlliin lint Hi's iiKreetnetit the er-crant.iit-artti"
nf the llotl" hn hem
itistrtnted to ri rnntinuc h.s ffoi t to
rff.ct M l Vie" on Ml Itn.'kefellel
Mr i.aii.-t has nt the s.itne tinie Hi
llsid Mt I'litei-iiiyer that Mt Itncke
fellet's cnndltlnn nf lifalth Is leiy pre
carlnti" and that It will be impossible for
hitn tn appeni as a witness at WashltlRton
nt even tn submit to exanilnntlon at his
home.
Mr l!orkef"llr has been Informed that
now. Iiavlnr stihmlttPil to the Jurlxllrtlnu
of the committee, he must pre.ont his e.
rests to th" commltt'c in due foini for
smell netlntt as It tnsv derm propel if
It Is 1 stahllslieil IO th" HHtl'f.iet'on (if
the committee that It will b. Impossible
to "(cure the ti'M'mnni of Mr HocUp-fell'-t
without Itnperlllllie Ills life. 111'
committee would nf rouise tint feel ust.
ti'si 1 takliic nni such pxtretne action
It mai. linweier. concludp to secure an In
dependent opinion
It was just about 8 30 o'clock last
nUht ivhen 11 tnlcnb with A H. Willis.
Setce.itlt-iit-Atms ItideU'.s .special (lep
iti drove tip to Ihe llockefeller rnnii
Kin and atinr unced to the secret ser
vice men there that Mr llockefeller
had accepted service and the hunt iin.
off
At the Hotel Martinique last nlcht
SerRpant-nt-Arms Rlddoll said that be
yond th" receipt of a tcleirnim fmni
the chairman of the committer telling
him that Mr Itockefeller had accepted
service and that he iviis to return nl
once to Washington, he knew nothing
of the matter
Thp committee desires to question Mr.
Itockefeller chiefly in resnrd to oper
ations In AninlcnmatPd Copper stock.
It ivns the contention nf counsel for
the committee that t ho supply of cop
per metal wns rornerpd by Mr It-icke-feller
and hi associates through .he
I'liited Metals SellliiK Company In ISO
nnd that Ainalcatnated stocks nere un
loaded bi insiders as the price went ip
DIPLOMATS AT WHITE HOUSE.
I'll-! nt Ot'iisiin'n llrerpllotis llrld li
I'reslileiit nml xir, fnlt.
Wisiii'c,TO. .Ian ".--The President
and Mrs Taft he.d the tirst nf this
.sca.-nn s state ficeptlons In-niitlu The
tneinbeis nf the Hlplomatie Curps were
lite Itltests nf llnllnr Tills function
as usual was brilliant nnd dteii a nota
ble 1 iimp. in
The White Utilise seemed even mure
nttiactiii' than usual with Its simple
decnri'itlun.s nf .red nml white lloners
in the ted loom, white in the blue
room.' where tin.' President and his wife
nnd the wins of the Cabinet members
rendved. and white and pale pink'
llnwcrs In Ihe preen rnnni
Mrs Taft. whn innks extremely well
.line her teiurn fmm Panama, and all
the Cabinet hostesses were In line, with
the exception of the daughter of the
Secielarv of AKrlciilliue, Miss Wilson
The l-'reneh Ambassador, dean of the
lilplomat, c Corps, and Mrs. .lusserand
, wete the Hist tn pass fruin Ihe stnte
I din UK tn '111. wliele tile fnreiKti tepre
'sentatlies nssemblcd. thrmiRli the rrd
lioniii 1.1 bii ct the I'i evident find Mrs
J Taf' Tnete were several new faces In
, the lorps. one new Ambassador and
. eiuht new Mlnlstets
I The llr.st named was Vlseniini Cliln.1.1
Anibass',iini- f,-m .,,,, wlln artlveil
i hete .lust after Hie last recfptmn nf last
; .,,, ,,. .,,, A... .
" " " ....,,,.-.11-1.-. ,-ir r-i-iinr
.. el lllldn fl-lllll lb" I Inminlmi !..
public, with Mine Pcynadn. the Peru
vlan Minister, with Mine. iVzet , thr
Swedish Minister, with .Mine KkeiiKrcn,
the Stamepp MlnlMer. with Ptinecss 'n,.
banilh; the Colombian Minister, with
Solium lletiincoiirl, the Minister flnin
llnndurns. Hr Membrenp . the Danish
Minister, Mt Hrun. nnd the Pinmmn
Minister, with Senorn Vnldes.
Tilt, Steel-i.t.i I'l- ,f (li.. Vn.... ......
Sie,,., lmv ,;, ,,,,;. fn-r ,hP ,;(1'
i ml the members nf whli h were in the
' ,,,u' l(""ln '"-nlKlit with Hie Prcsldcnl
i 'V"1 u T:,f1' .T'".'v Mt"
f '
, .,.,..: ' v". ". ' '
. ,
A"'"n,K "," "J"-1 ' ynxpU-.M.s, ,1,,.
U'U'Sts In the lllue llfinni wete Lull
.1 pel iteeii ni 1 1 eia nn am .M ss u et As.
-.. ... , Kim-
BLEASE FIRES 5,000 NOTARIES,
I ,i",,'r""r llelll..K .... I'rl-
I .iim-" in llenx... fur etlii,
Coiii MiiiA, S. C. .Inn .1 (iov. Hlein.o
to-day liegan thr revoking of the com
missions, of ihr fi.ooo noiiirli'M public
throughout the .State, assigning as n
reason that the people approved Ills ac
tion two years ago In doing thr sume
thing and also becitus many of his
"enemies" were ashamed of having com
missions signed hy Hlease. Continuing,
he suys: "I do not think any man
should hold a commission tinder the
State government who openly violated
the laws of the State Inst .icar by bet
Hiik on the primary "
Among the first tn lose, the cnmmls.
slons were three Columbia newspaper
men.
PAVING MAN DENIES GRAFT, i
llnssil... Co, llnml Male
iiiii'K rr Winiebnni'il.
Uiuvt. .I.m 5 -HntnM rir!t"r
I'nii- 1
nrt
" i r.'KUI' ii'
of lie ll.isam Pavittit
i untt'.'tt.i wild, asi.ej iii'iuv nn II"-
vl.Llf Itl'TI' of Sllpel ntentlenl nf IHsll
i ay lie"! sld :
"Mi irtentk'ti 'n been r.illP'l 'o the
t'trle apiie.ir.nt; In 'Ii" New Vnrk SI'S
. ,de- dn'i nf .'ntni.tr -' If Hi" Im
i 'cation Hi Mr Heel's letter to fiov.
Ii'.n !-. nr. w.i. :o.ui" ' me ot mv eoiti
t'Hiv with the proposal to . nt'jr Into tho
n.fl lilllldltlK b'ls.nP" 'tl Mv State nf
'M Vol l! b. nm tne.uis Ih.i' tvotildn't
leiir the closest srr'iMin, ot II. 'it anv
.icetit of mine tiled 'o Ret a eon'r.irt by
..ni iinptoir r Inllneit' e. I wish to s i 'Itn'
ani iiieli Impll'iillot l utixv.i 1 1 .ititr-.l
"Wot It has been il.inc till" season bv
th" ll.iatii Pavltm Cninp.inv in spienteon
in eluhteepii State" nml in C.in.i'Ji.
"It lias been mi pi Id" that ii"lllir I
rot- nny i"ptes( ntatlve nf my comti.inv lias
mpi in.tile ti" of doubtful pni' le n
oli'altutm (ontinrls"
Ml. mt t in Hi highn.ii uo'i. in
New Vol It bepini bef ote the time Miat
(ire Il .iffel'd ine Hie nltlro nf Sllprrln
limli'iit ((f lllKlnvaiH. nni m that Htne I
ini"W(il an iniiualntali' e ivhlrh had been
'titet i uptcri fnt sniite 'lls w th Mr ltli
s'l but til" ItivestlKatlnii" which I tniide
nf th" wink in be done ami lb" ptoiol
tlou.' which I linl e mud lo lb" htchwfi.i
di'pat tmeiit hal e be. n almost eutlrelv
With the pli'Mlit Sl.'"lttltel.let of lllKh
w.ns Mr. P.er.
Th" Infel'tii" thai rati be di.iwii fmm
Mk- let'i t 's iinfnlr, for th" Intent nf the
blKh inviiltv asl.cl (list w.is to exrtude
iitlier nl. I. lets nn th" two first muds In be
built In order that the skilled men of the
( ntnpaiiy should ( otistrtict the samples. o
to speak. After that the roialty was ip.
(lured In i.'i cuts and la (cuts n yatd.
b.i.eii ui'.m the atnoiint of work specified."
Ilntri P Willis former chief etiKttieer
of t'i State Htrliwai Depatttnent. tn a
statiinrpt tn-niKht denleil the chnrRPs
made K.(tnt htm bi Supl Heel, w hnni he
hi.r?es with liiniinpetency Mt. Willis
,',s tlm while In the employ of th" State
li hud en intinerttuu with the lliisaiii
Pavitm i 'mop. me
Mi Wllllr said the patented material
which lierl chin kp wh put forth by
rl(s Intelrsts Is belliK used all met th"
cnlllltl)
STRIKE MAY NOW HE UP
All WESTCHESTER LINES
.Men to Decirfi' at Midniirlit
('onclnvt of All
Kinplovci's.
Vo.xKKn .lun. 3.-t'nlc.-s Preilettck
W Whlti'ldce. president .f thn Thltil
Aietute Itullrond Company nnd It h sub-
.sldlaiy lines, yield" befnre to-ninrrow
nlcht to the demands of ih" employe oh
of the Vonkot line th" trolle.i line
strike threatens to involve nbntit all
th' linos in Westchester cntinti.
Leaflet nntonf, the emplnep. salil
to-nlKhl that lonductors and niotornien
of the Westchester nnd t'nlon trolley
lines m Mount Vernon. Xcw Iloc'iWle,
Tucknltnp and I.archmoi. mil hold a
meetlni; Saturday nt mldnlcht to decide
whether to Join In n sympathetic strike
with the Yonkcrs employees This
statement followed i Joint conferenic
hrtiieen a committee of the Mount
Vernon and .New ltoch"lle employees
and Cjetiernl Manaser lalwanl A. Mailer
of the l'ltloii Klictnc Company Tips
Mount Vernon and New ItochclU' em-
ployees s.iy they do not want to strike,
but may be forced to throtmh the head
of their International union.
If tlte I'nlon trolley men strike, thpn It
bell'-ved t hut the employees on linos
in White Plains, Mamuroneck. Port
Chesler and osslnintr will also en mu
slmullntieiiusli . Should there be a Ken
era! strike It s planned to rush strike
lueakers to the different llms. nnd
Slid iff Jin) le declares lie mil .station
eMr.i deputy sheriffs m each car tn
pi event trouble
Meantime the prospect of a backdown
on Mr WhltrlilKe's part seems remote.
In reply to Mayor l.ennons demand
thnt the curs on the Yonkcrs lines be
put In operation Mr. Whit! blue do
cliiii'd tint ly that he does not Intend to
lleld to the emplooes' demands. He
added Hint the city ordinances nf
nnkers fin bid him tn operate the road
with strike breakers and this, he de
dared, would be it complete defence to
any action brought nualnst his road's
franchises,
SHOT IN NECK: DIDN'T KNOW IT.
Vn.nlei llle siiper llard "llnllre"
for Won. n.i M. nrpal.ni.tr r.
Pilll.innLeitl.i. ,lan ;: .lohn S Mor.
Us of jnnn Cambridge street nn em.
pin ci' of a vaudeville theatre at Pift.i
seennd and Market stieets. carried a
ritle bullet In his tuck for n day with
out knowing it One of Morris's duties
at the theatre Is In stand in Ihe wings
nhlle Miss Oilman, a sharpshooter,
tltes ni a target, "ringing the bell"
every time slje shoots
tin Wednesday nlcht Morris felt n
i-tlnglng senntlon In his neck, but con
tinued tiiiBitig up the bullseyes as usual
Last night his neck began to swell and
he went to the fierman Hospital, where
tin X-ray examination disclosed the 1ml
bt In his neck It was retnoied and
Mollis was 'on the Job" again In. night
CONGRESSMAN A SUICIDE.
Weileinc cr nl ll Irl.lunii, While In
sane, .lumps l. e.'In.Hril.
V isuiMirns. ,lan :i Itepiesentailie
Willi, nt l Weilelllel . i of tile Serotid
Michigan iln-tuet i oiiimitteed 1 1 1 s 1 . 1 . - In
I .imiiplim in ot honiil fruin Ihe I '.nut iii.i lliii't
I Panama l.isi hIkIh while teinpi.ra 1 11 in
I sail" The in lis Was lecelnd III, the Will
I 1 i i.n tmeiit Iii ii Ii rlrss tn-da.i
It. in esentalll e Weiletlle.l er illtl.le I III
1 Panama laic In I i . tiibet . a m.'.iibei nl
line nf Hie i 'niigi essiniial Inspei lion pai
, lbs Ills i olli'iigui's noticed that he was
iippaii nll Mitl.'ilim fin-n halliicluatlnns
and slim Hi aftet laiiilliig he b.'cani" iln
ileiit. ntteiniitliiK tn kill himself
1 Pliislclans said that his cuiiillllnn wniild
Impinie Willi tiealmitit mid lie mis Im.
I itie.lhitel.i tal.ili tu the Xntie Hnspltal at
Anion
Mr Weileiiieiei was .1'.. .lears old He
HUH elect.d to the pies. 'lit CoilKliss fnim
the Si ci. ll'i district In Michigan as a i,e
publican. Ills onlv oilier public servli e
was as Am.'ilcan Consul at f .,'iirgelown,
llrltlsh liulaiia, lit South America He
was a graduate of the law depin linent of
the t'nlieisltv nf Michigan and beitnn the
practice of law In Ann Arbor in 1 Stiff.
(My Om ROMO QUININE," tUt it
Laxative Bromo OuiniiM
Cant CoMh Out Day, Crlpin 3 Days
SWA
kox,
25o
Arthur H.Hahlo& Co.
Exhibition
Etchings
hy
ZORN
Includlnc hl I I
recent plate I
"Skeri-Kulla ' J
569 Fifth Avenue
FID FORDYNAMITERS
S. (Mfonit Court Ornnts Writ
of Siiporspdrns, lint rp
iiiniids llcnvy Rnnil.
Ciip aco, III,. Jan. 3. The I". S. dr.
cult Court allowed ball thi nftrrno. -,
111 the case of tTilrly-one of the Mi
tiv.i men sentenced tn Lcavcnii"'
prison for the Iron workers' dynaml'n
conspiracy.
The amount w,ii fixed at the rat of
$10,000 a year for each year to which
the convicted men had been Fentencfd.
Attorneys for the convicted labor
leaders alo took steps to provide, sttl'
able bonds for their client?. The bonds
fir the thirty-one men Hxetl hy tho
court necrPKate Jt,070,000. The bond
of thn Iron workers' president, .lohn M.
Ifynn, alone amounts to $70,000,
Much doubt Is expressed ns tn
whether their friends will be able to
furnish the entire nmonnt In the form
of securities which the court will nc
cpt Kven before Ihe writ of super
sedens was Ktanteil the lotirt. made tip
of .Itidces Maker nnd Scamim, ask" i
many pointed questions of counsel fnt
the prlsnnets us to whether they ivott' l
be able to furnish BtinranteeM for the
iippenrnnre of the ( nnvlrted men m
court when they should be nantd
iiKiiln.
These assurances were not forthc.m
Inc. nnd It l believed senerally H'.i
the heavy bonds ilematided wem i
result. The .Itulces seemed In. linen
tnnke plain thnt they wete not dispi s, .
to nllow on arrancement bv nli.cti ti.
payniept of nny immlnnl sum nf nii-.i .
would take the place nf the sent. . .
tu prlxm Imposed on the coin n .
It oniiorket's.
The court emphasized the pii.tu , u
nnlv such securities would be .1... I
as would seem tn Indicate that the a i -antots
would take n person ii in
In the reappearance In court nf ". p
oners when wanted.
Herbert S. Hockln. former t. K ..r
of the union, was the only one nf n..
men in I.eivenworth who was nut it.
elm led In thr writ of supersedeas. Th
man. who has been referred to repeat
edly as "the Intro of the conspiracy.' .s
said to have played fast and loose n .
only with his fellows in the union bu'
with Government ncents nnd private le
tertlves, to whom he Knve both true and
mislendlnK Information.
lmnu-diatcly following the decision of
the court the point was raised by whom
the bonds should be apt. roved. It was
nitreed that Federal .lltdge Anderson
ut Indianapolis should be the JikIrp to
approve the bonds
' Suretv I'impanles will be accepted."
said Attorney Miller "There Is no op
position lo surety companies so lone
as tiie bond shall be indemnltled, which
must be done In any case."
ItKl.llilOt's. NOHCI.
THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY LECTURES
I BERKELEY THEATRE
i tltli St . nrnr riftli Air
Sull'lill' I'.ie . N IS
".sF.i.F.DKViii.nrMr.xi ami thi: wir
II POM I'll.'
L. W. ROGERS
UIMISSKIN mix
i FIFTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
i i ni:sr inrii sr
REV. CORNELIUS WOELFKIN, D.O.
; pisKiit
(ii I It llilile School .Session
i X otinir U otiirn s I'liiss Mrs Mr-rrptt l.fArlc
i X nun IT Men - I'Mss l)r llldbnil lnorr. I.ettrr
I I A. II. ,t I'. It. Public Wor.hlii.
I SERMONS BY DR. WOELFKIN
! FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
I'Kih lirnur unit 1 If t fifth ktrrn
I Prmchcr to-rnorriuv
REV. J. A. I0WETT, M.A., 0 D.
Mornlni: frilce t 11 o'rlorl
Ml sittings frte nt 11 o'clock.
Iftrrtinon srrllre t 4.30.
Ml sit tin a s free nt OS.
The illd-wrri. smlcr will hr held In th Chut"'
on U rilnr.itny eirnlni; in 14 nd will h' rnn
i dude! ti Pi .Inwri.
i Smlir nir lipid In the fr.ll.iu In g
Christian Science Churches
' Nimln 11 I l nnilM' t Ueihirvla.is.si i
' I'lrst Clniirli. i 'en trill I'srU West nml tlth Si
Scrntnl f'liiiirh t'ctitrnl I'mU tl est nml ftsili s
'I lilul i lnirrti. IL'Sth strrri and M.Kllsnn .
I'niirth Clinrrli mi ll r. tsisi sirrei
I'l Tl ll 'hill I'll. lUdlmll Xirnne.imi :ctli SI ir(i
i Sixth ( tnnrli. I'nrk Niriiiic nml 61st Stir- '
Central Presbyterian Church
MI'S I MTU ST. M 111 IlltnlllUll
Itll ll ll.'l ON Ml. III. I Mll'lll l II I'r. - (.'
lt.Mi Ill's ,11 It I It
I ll'i ,1 I III S II I (It III' I N in s I' ll
11 I'l I ll llll'llf llln s I'llil'' S'.i.ii I I lb.
'I P It S.llih "tl S,.,
lie. nl Iiiii. 1 1 .sr. i i r U rilii. .iln n" s I' ll,
III U ' i . . HM
$t. homa$'$ Church
! III I'll ll l XII .'.III s
l!cv I'llNTSI' ll VI llll'S II II 'c lur
I si ll lb.lv ('nmiiiiinln.i
11. Miniilitr Smi.'.' ninl Srrinnti . ttri'ior'.
j I rirnvii'i' nnd il.l rt--- Ut-dor
SI' M X'lTllr.W S (lll'IK'll. Mill m nr..i
' Crnli al Park W est Hri rlliur II .liaise M I
I lli-rloi ,srri Ices s and 11 M Sprelnl iiiiiiri.
sen be " I' M t!nie s i u isimns ivr rlmr'ii,
i Dtrlii'slin nml Soloist
MI'.MOItm. IIAPTISI. IVnslllllEtnn Sipintr
I'dunril .liiilnui, pnstdr. will prrncli. Moriilnir
illi. "I'lte Tnntallrlnic I'll: Trrr" -N'nthlnu linl
l.rir. Il. 'Contrition"-IIIihmmI Are Thn
I hot Mnurn.
Irlnllv Parish, haprl of the Inirrrroniii
llriiniluav .1 lUllll St
lirv. .11
ll i, i.
I ll-nt. S. H 15, 15,
h I' M
ll A M.,' i nini
( 11 HIST l III IICII. Ilronipvny nnd 71st st .
i Itn li Striine, rn-tor; K-rilcrH R , xi.. It
, ll . irrlni, P M , llrv Slnnle) ltnnin-Sci-limn
'l.lt HI I III lt( II, llriiiidnai nnd I llth Si,
I. 1 VITI'lil He. In. . II ii in.
, lie ih liiiiimi x li Mi diiarils
SI, Ml I'lir.VS. I'.'.l.'K Writ notli St. Hay
I i M u.i.I , Itcciot , II, I,

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