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THE SUN. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913.
Him Not to VniHTii
Aftor Now York
SOt'TirS PRESS DKCKXT
Not Sure Thnt St root
Cornor Sottlomonts With
Kditors A 10 Kail.
BAGBAfifiKRY IS PASSIM.
Inez Mtlhollnml Tolls How the
The Dally Newspaper Association,
which Is composed of th huplneiM and
advertising managers of newspapers In
almost every rlty In the country, held
ita fifth annual dinner at the Waldorf
Astoria last nleht. Mayor (iuynor and
Miss Inez Milhollninl vvelo the principal
speakers and the gentlemen ho spend
most of their tlm convlnelnc folks
with somethlns to sell that newspaper
artvertislnR pays were therefore highly I
while irlrdlnc as
at the raRhaK newspaper", and while
ns mrdonlc as ever In talklnK about '
the "scamps'" of Journalism, was some-
whnt Vlndpr limn ...,on,n in dwcilssliic 1
, , ,, i
newspapers as a whole, lie warned
the visitors not to pattern their methods
after New Vork standards, but he said
that twenty-tlve years studv had con-
vinreH lilm thnt tlm lieu sun iiefs of tlinl
Cnited States are cleaner and better1
than the newspapers of Kurope.
Miss .Milholland, pirhap the tno at
tractive iidvouitc of votes for women In
this or any other country, itave away
the advcrtl-lns events of her siilfr.i
eetto sisters; hut she, working for the
causA nt the- same time and while talk
ing about advertising, was do'ne a not.
able hit of advertising work.
More Thnn .'too nt the Tnblri.
Mor than thre hundred of the news
paper advertlslnc men and the.r wihn
and women relative and friend" wte
nt tahlo In the Waldorf apartment".
Louis Wiley, huriness manneir of the
New York Time, was tnaittiiHitcr.
Others present were Vice-1 'resident Hd
vcard Flicker, Cincinnati En'iultrr;
Treasurer L. M. Uurr. New Vork Biv
ntnp Pout : Secretary .1 W Adams, I!.
.! Alter, Albany i"iiir;rroc;rr-'rr?.i:
H. F Gunnison. Brooklyn Eagle; W. V.
Goodspeed, Duffnlo Evening Xeiei. W
J. Pattlson, New Vork Erenum l'ot :
Don C. Sfitz, New Vork World. I) B
Plum, Troy Ileenrrt ; J. B Woodward,
special representative; " D Atluu-on.
Atlanta Journal; A. O. Tarter. Fort
Worth Star-Telegram: A. F. Seesied,
Kansas City Star; F I Gins Mont
ifomery Arit'rfi'cr; K. V Alley. New
Bedford Standard and Mercury; i' ('
Rofwater, Omaha life; W. II c,i'.e.
Spokane Spokesman-l!-ticti and l" M.
Palmer, St. .loeph Xcics-I'h-ax.
In Introducing Mavor C!a nor T as--master
Wllev referred to thn Mjvor a"
the editor of the City Hieord und as one
who had done mine than anv oilier to
call attention to New Vork as an amuse
Mayor Kiiiii'Ipb Himself n. Hilllor.
"Me -as that I'm editor of the t'itu
Hreord." beiran the Mayor. ' I dlsivow
that. As it is now it Is hardly so In-
tenvtiim- as some other pupvrs 1 might I
"I have a notion that if I was the
editor I would make sonic of uii sit
up. I would say sonieilvlnu. too The
lens I ay about newspapers the better
the better for you, 1 eiippos-. I.jukIi
tr. Maybe better for some who ate
not here anyway. I.aUKhterl
"Your prtsident says that the inttbaK
newspapers are not represented here. I
wonder If that 1" so. I have a notion
that If T looked around a IittM I mlKhi
"I see here men from all over the
country Albany. Montgomery. Fort
Vnrth. even the New York It of Id and
the New York Evetilnu I'ait .lust think j
of It, the Brooklyn Etiglr too'
"It add" a new terror to death to seel
some of y)ii people. However. I'm sat- i
isflen If you are. The newspapers are
ill Rood after their kind, some better
some worse I'm not olnK to sit in Piesldent Baker said that the assncln
Judgment on them to-nlsht lion l awaltltiR with keen Inteiest the
I utoime of a suit to lest the rlnht of
Onr lre Dnl, na a Wliole. 'the (Jovernnient to enforce the second
"The chlff Joli thai my Srreei Clean-
h.. r Z I'r TMl .
of the naners minted here I ordered ' '"'"arrnnled Invasion of their i Ignis. the complete abolition of the prs
the lh;olcr,oPVto : people throwing', ''"""T B ,k'r T'"M thru 'c out-, agent ; free newspapers, "s.urf.ng" clr
papers In the Butters. I felt all the lok for cheaper white paper is excellent culars and numerous advertising toplrs
time I was making a mistake In order- i. . . ... .
ln that. Some papers are better In the
nutters than in th households. I Miess
I'll have to wink both eyes if the police
don't obey my order
"I have studied newspapers of Durope
tor twenty-five years. Take thn press
of this country as a whole ami thore Is
not a cleaner, better or more enlightened
prerfl anywhere, I nm not speaking of'
New York. Laughter. J
"We have somn splendid papers here,
hut they are all smllten with tho In
firmity of the other kind. They seem to
fear that their circulation will allp uway
if they don't print falsehoods and exag. .
"Our press hero Is not to ha Imttatud 1
by you gentlemen who come from the .
You havo decent papers down
If they ate not decent tho mat
ter Is settled on the si reel corner,
I'm not so sure thnt that Is a bad thlnu
Two 1'roprlrlnra ".Hcaiiip,
"As one goes across the continent one
finds excellent pupers In nil cities that
are not alfllcteii by two proprietor, hut
whe.ver these Bcamps novo papers the'
whole situation la demorallicd. Ono
at the scajtjpa haa atartext a. paper In
the Bouth. hut It in very different from
... uvl,cr papers. He can't find an cdl-
Old British Convict Ship Now in
If '5 ' 1 V. " f e ,
' u A . fe''l' ' - v--- !TI"
tor who wants to he called to account
I on the street corner"
, The Maor weui mi to tnv that pub-
n, n,,,,, ,j nt i( ilifciis"ton or
ev en cr ticisiu, hm ilnn there is too
nun Ii abuse and di nunciaiion of men
who are trying meiev to do their duty.
"1'ntll I was nominated for Mnvir."
,. slll(l .., ,,, n, r.:,i.,,, ,,,,,,, (lf
scoundiellMii to which new "papers could
descend Thev ptlntnl uron libels on i
"1V Prlvtllo life Th. V ex ell said that I I
hud chan.'.'i'il my name And when thev
.,.,, , . vh(. nlch. , WHh
..i,.,.,,.,! lin , ,.(ltl1 ti,,, . uny ,
tell the repotters to slw the proprietors
f 'be New Vork neu spa pels my votn-
"The nrotil i'lors are the root of all evil
In New York The edltois und leporters
are all rlkilu.bin tilK.ir. blackKUurd pro
prietors make vulvar, blackwuaid news
papers." At the close the Mit'ior s.iltl that the
abuses of journalism throughout the
country are not trraxe. and that ragbag
Jouinall"iu Is only a passing lihase.
Miss M 1 1 liolln itI mi tiilTriiKe,
Ml"" .Mllholland's 'oast was "The
Psychology of Ad civlslm;." She said
she meant to talk about Hie psychology
of suffragette adertlinu.
"For the last few years we women
politicians hae had ti niHerllse." slid
Ml.-. Milhollantl. "We have a first
o,is commoilty and ,ui lui-liifss man
knows that you hae to attract the at
tention of your customer.
"First We studVd the (,'round We;
knew thnt people clve attention to'
swift. unexpeetMl. niovrmeiit.' So Re
try to make ourseln'v tli- pef-ptnnll
moviim iHileet" on the political land
'cape People hncti't nuieh t'me tor
stud) nnd InvejtlKaf Ion. o we mi:t
present our facts In tnblold form.
"We visualize our adias )iy parades,
p.meants and movlnc nfictures. We piny
the part of uood citin-ns whenever we
can. We tlKht lniutlce. We stand for
tlie tlKhl. We plant trees, hike nnd
c.urx sandwich board.-.
"We do everything ve can to attraef
atieniloii to our caine in other word'',
aiheitise it Pan ;ilwas we have In
tlie ii.H kk-round the idea of public edu
cation. I believe thnt we will reap the
harve-t of our work in l'.ilfi."
Tne otl'M- pi akers- wvre Prof Paul
I l liellllKMIl ol tl e rr,"iim iv eciiuiii "i j
lai-ireca ailtiiinlsttat..iii. rmTnrii i ni-.-ls.t.
whose top'c was National Ad-w-r.iiia
fr.un tio- im.mtiers" Stand
point '. i II. BI.K'kin.ci, president of the
Hl.'n kmaii-ltoss ominy. w tin sp..Ke on
"T' i'ou.-etaiion "f the National d
. eitisei". .lam-" Schcrmeilioru. pub
lisher of the Detroit 7 io , Vhose tuafct
was "Te"thiK the Kc.tli.utlee: A Twen
tieih Century Newspaper ICxperlment."
and Charles W. IHetrleh, secretary of
the Central Hruidi of the Brooklyn
Y M. C. A . who talked on "The Kthlca!
Sale of Advertising"
oelnteil Press OIBcrrs.
A' a liuetuiK' of 'he directors of the
Press yesterday the otflcera
.led for the comlni; year
(without chaiiKe: Frank H. Noyes, pres.
ident ; Melville K. Sione, secretarj and
general maiiiiKer, and .lames It. Vouiitt,
Cheaper White Paper I.IUely.
The publisher held the first session
of their tvventy-slxlh annual convention
in the Waldoif during the day. At the
mornlnx session 1S1 puhllshera and edi
tors vveie present. At thn afternoon ue.H
nloti tiie numlier had risen to 211 The
membership roll contains 332 names.
The annual leport of Piesldent Klbert
W Baker of the Cleveland I'latn Healer
wa presented at tlie momitiK session
'class poitaKe rider to the postat appro
print Ions act The rider Is rewarded by
pulillshers as iii.con..tltutional and as an
tor who wants to he called to nceount . aJr Ac-' . It ifeii-iL , -FriMtrEIBWHISK.
Have Better Rest at Night,
Do Better Work by Day Drink
AlftU L. burnt. M. D.. L. L. .. th famau Pttfutot of PatMon,
IH'- "Mtntral Wutm ihauli it fitly drunk ol fmu. Etptdally than
tarUnahJ Utklt Wtdtn kAom prtptrttu art alkaline art alwayi of trek. "
WHITE ROCK Water h the only vater In Ike uorU whtch tfxdfically
mU Ihu requirement. WHITE ROCK It a clinically pure, Jtltcloui,
epark.Unt tprlng eaattt, mhlch comet to you In new, tlcrllltej toUlet, ttrntthi
from Ihafawwut WHITE ROCK Stting ai Wamkha, Wit.
Drink WHTTE ROCK. "Ytu'U lb yean lonft."
VP , !y
PaM .... .5g 'JlilBB
A Tier o" Coll..
now that the Fndenvood tariff bill will'
probably ao through with whue paper
on tlie free list. Mr. Baker referred also
to the failure of labor imitators to In
volve pnbhsbii's .n quarrcs wl'.n 1j1o.
union". The past year has been bas
and p-ivperotih, hf reported, and the
ttietubersliip of the nss.K'Ulion I" the
Kreatest In Its history.
(Cher rejsirls of the morntnn session
were made by I,. B Palmer the nun- '
utter of the association, and bv .lohii
Stewart Bryan. Ulohmnud Xein.l.eadi r, of buinhir. They were conllned in the
tb.e secretary. J.i.l at liiitlleld, but escaiad bv sotting It
Ion tire Allen was recaptured and re
press Aiteuls Are Prsllfrrmis. moved to the Parker"buri.-Jail.
At the afternoon sirslon the (list re-
port present d was that of th commit- t
i c on cooperative tin- insurann. The
commlttie found tint the asoclatlon s 1
system of cooperative Instiiance hi"
worked sin H"fnl,v and i omuiendi a I
the benetlts ,f the sv-tem to the mem-
.lohii Norrls, chalrmiiti of the commit-
on paper, presented 1 1- report of'
that fuiiiinittee He recapitulated the i
woik for 'In- past year etui uureed witli
, Ptesident Kikei t hut iie oiill.'iilt fjr
fiee while paper Is e.v client
IVrhap" the most Interestliu; re(iort
of the afie-nouii .se"-Ion was made by thn
committee on priw, inn nts The ctimmlt
tee v,uh uppointed a yuir.iitu for the pur
pose of epidti!; the souice of unlnv ltd
contributions from orpotjitous and
i other Institutions that pn.il' fiom fie,,
The committee found th.it lallro.id",
express companies, steaun-lilji ami
many sorts of industrial concerns
have been able through the use of
puss ilKeuts to Ret publlHhed free
matter that was Mmply lu the
iiaturtt of an advertisement. The
committee bellevtd that there was no
mure reason why a corporation should
expect to havii its adv erti'imt matter
printed without charge than Individuals
, should expect free transportation over
' railroad and steamship Wme, and the
committee condemned sharply the whole
system of press RRentlnK.
So much time was occupied In pre
sentlnc the reports thnt there was no
time for the discussion of topics Many
matters of Interest will be taken up to.
day, AmonK the toplon to be discussed
are, how revenue may lie derived trom
the larpe amount of space devoted to
Iwisebnll: whut has been done toward
restricting or eliminating advertise
meats of remedies nnd medicines; how
billboard and street car advertising enn
be diverted to newspapers, how n bona
fide newspaper directory, iiIoiik the lines
of Ilr.i.M'nvr or hm,:,. can beadnpted
HELD AS BURGLAR: WINS GIRL,
Wonion VUll .IhII nnd Fall lu
l,ni r With Prisoner.
ii'.WTSwt t.f. W. Va , April 23 -Harry
A1. en. awaltinc trial on a burclary
l.,irtf. in the county Jail here, has ap
plied for pet mission t wed Ada .lanii
"on ,if I'arkershuri;
Alien nnd ,11m McCune were captured
some nine ai,'o nnd Indicted on a charze
Ada .laml'nn when beln shown
h the Jail with a purtv of friends
tut Allen and thcr courtship began
BOOK BORROWERS, BEWARE!
Illram I lie top Will Minilonr All llr
lltitlilenlB, VntovA. N. .1.. April 23 -Hereafter
when any one forgets to teturn to tlie
et'.ing Free Public Library a bunk that
r.e or "lie niav ha.o taken under the
rues of that Institution Policeman
lliiani llandvllle, one of the two bor-onis-il
cops. w'M be set on the trail of the
Poiiceiitan llandvllle has been In
smietid b the borough authorities to
refuse to leave the premises of the de
linquent library patron until the de
s.i.sl book" nre produced. The shelves
of the I'brary have been depleted to
some extent lately by failure to roturn
OLD CONVICT SHIP
OF TEAK IS IN PORT
Success Wns Built in
ii ii (I Carried Felons to
S(TTTIKI OXCK UY
Ancient Flontin"; Chnniliei
Horrors 11ns h I're.ss
A front. Now.
The undent British convict ship Suc
cess, lunch llko the old hulk that the
convict of little' Pip in "(ireiU Kxpecta
tlotis" tied from to the marshes, arrived
1 yesterday In loiv of two harbor tuns
! mid anchored In the upper Hudson. She
has been showing herself to tne -ew
:nlllnders and she Is worth looliltiK t
from the viewpoint of prison reformern
and phllanlliroplsts Benerally. '
She lias been pntched up a hit ulnce
the days when she transported Heroes
' spun to the neurit colonies of Great'
Britain liundreds of felons und carried
In Iron- hundreds more who perineti
1 on the voyages, still In Irons, '
Originally the Success was an armed
Kast India merchantman with old fash
ioned ports, from which protruded hlithly
polished brass mms to llitht off pirates
that had a habit of tu'.flm; chances with
ships briut-'iiiK Ins'tiiics froiu the I ml".
She might have bieti regarded beaulifiil
'In those dnvs, bill as compared with
modern model, or the sleek, hlith sparred ,
clIpIH-rs and packets of the 5u she Is
J She w.is bull, at Moiihiialu In 1 TOO
of teak Her s.des arc two and a halt
feet thick at the IiHk. Sim has a siiiare
stern, quintet Kaiierls, bluff hows and
other peculiarities of the shli- of her
eTa She I" 1M f.e- loiij. which was
blu for her dav as a iiictchiiutman but
vessels of alums' her lenmh miKlit Is
suspended from the davits of the new i
' Imperator or the Aq iltnlil.!. '
She nevir .l.ide any lei olds as ll
merclianiman, but she cteatnl one when
shr iii.iil,' tier l,i"t l rlti iicrw" tin At
Uutic utiilef her own sill, bv covering
the i-oiirse in timet. -si, da.v ". Tills Is
tlm longest Atlantic tilp m modern
If the human b'lngs who died nboard
her should all come luck to make a per
sonnl inspection of her aim would be un.
able to accommodate them. Some of
them, If they brought along their hu
man form", would b" unable to see the
old hulk, an they went blind before
dying In the "black holes."
The Success went out of commission
ns a convict ship after the eposur In
lh.7 of the Inhuman truitment of pris
oners under the bulk sys'em, From
1SC0 to she was used as a women's
prinn and later was a reformatory ship
and ammunition store.
In 1S!'2 tlm Success wns scuttled
by residents of Svdney, N. S. W, after
she had been sold. The owners raised
her and used her and put her on ex
hibition She has been shown live
times In London, and her prei npetit
declare" that lS.VOnuOO have since
looked her over, Including the Kins of
Knitland, tlie Herman Emperor and the
Prince of Wales. She was brought to
I Boston by a crew of Britons under
I command of Capt. John flcott. who
"ere worn out wnen ne reacnen
OPERATION ON D0N0H0E TO-BAY.
Drainers tie It rprrtentntlrr (nflrri
l'iltMtKt.riit, April 23 -ltepresenta-live
Michael Donolum was brought to
the Kplseop'il Hospital, this city, fiom
Washington to-night in a special car,
In which a t'd was placed He will be
operated on to-morrow, as he Is suf
fering fiom an acute attack of appendi
citis. ,... ,, ., , t-,.i,.,
Uonohoe went to the Pioxldence
Hospital In Washington last Friday
sfter taking part in the Hemis-mtu
caucus light over thn rates of the cotton
schedule in the tsrlff bill It was nt
first thought that h was suffering from
overwork, but Byniptoms of appendi
citis developed later.
HELLO! Wm. Penn?
ASSAILS THE LOAN SHARKS.
Illinaell Snnr Fonndstloil Director
Sn The) 1'iiiiir Crime,
Loan sharks cause crime ntul suicide,
and the linelibone of their lm.lties Is
tiiad u of city etnploiiee and employee"
of large corporatlnns, aecotdltiK to A. II
Hum, a director of a division of the
Hussell Hhrs Foundfltloti, Mr. Ham spoke
In Cooier t.'ulou last nlfilit on the evils
of the business. It was the lust of a seiles
of lectures on thrift.
The speaker suld that every lmtiistil.il .
city In the I'nlted States of inure than 1
I 26,0 population In which no competitive
'nueticy Is established 1 Infested with loan
sharks, and that In Nw Vorl: city their 1
charges tampi from CO to 400 per cent, u
I "Why Is It," ked Mr. Ham, "that the ,
I backbone of the small lonu business In
nifide up of city employees and employees
of larne corporations whose pay Is rcKiil.it'
mid above the average mid whose position"
are fairly sicure? It Is because the very
'ease with which such men can borrow
loffers an almost Irresistible temptation to
spend foolishly st'd llvo bcMHid their
"The iiiniiiiuer of a limn ofllce In this
city once, staled that wllblli a period of
three ears twenty. lo of Ills boriowet"
nrjf unnn MIITTMUDDO
UIHnijIjij 111 U 1 inEDlllJ
QUELLED BY BULLETS
See, the Lender.
Down in Bush Ke
In a five light on I ion nl tlie Itiitisli
Ineghler Clan Maclver at Slapleton.
Staleii Island, between a crew of thirty
live mutinous ( hiiinnieii on one side
and the ehip'n otlicers anil ten iletf olives '
on tie other, one ( hiiiiitniin was possibly
futility shot .101111 l.iml, a private detec
tive, was seriously beaten up and at least (
a sioie of Celestials wete badly liejteu.
'I he chinamen were worsted in the ,
encounter ami all were locked up in the j
West New Brighton station with tin e;cei- ,
t lull of I Inn See a quarleriiinsler, w ho was '
sent to the S II Smith Infirmary wild
three bullets m Ins lusty. Lind was also i
taken to tlie hospital. J
Tlie llclit took place at tlm American 1
TermitiHl Pock Company's Pier ,y and it I
was fast and furious for nearly three- ,
quarters of mi hour until the oflioers ntul 1
detectives, had tuiven tlie fighting. China
men ut the mii.7lfkof their Runs into tlie
lo'castlw, a crippled anil unhappy crcv-.
There they held tlmm until twimty-fl ve
policemen and two detectives from.StnpIe- '
cm and West New Hrightoii, in re.-onsi; .
to a riot call, took tlie grunting and blocsi )
stained Drientiils off their hands. ;
Tlie Clan Maclver sailed from Manila
on February 8 by way of Kitieapoie und ,
left that pott on February '.'1 with a gen
rral cargo and a crew of thirty-eight I
According tn Second Ottlcer FIwnrd i
SimpUins, whoso bullels laid low the '
obstreporous Chin, the Cliinameii began
on tho second clay out from Singapore
tncomplaln of their food Tliey demanded ,
above everything elso gieen vegetiibles, ,
On the third day a number of sailors got
into a light with tho third officer and wore
lugging him towurd the rail with tho evi
dent plan of dropping him overboard as
excess liaggagB when Sinipkins nnd two ,
other officers rescued him. One of the '
numtier who didn't like the third officer J
was Chin, who, Sinipkins says, was the
lingleader of the mutiny
Tlm Clan Maclver arrived nt Slapleton
on Monday, and following tlie usual cus
tom Capt Wnller Wiicht lured ten (!-!
tectlves from the, Johnson agency in
Manhattan to guard tne riichter
guard l tie tl.'ig iter nm
prevcnl the i nitiamen in mi escaping in
violation of the f liinese exclusion act
I leapt o the vigilance of the detectives
two lliiiiamen managed to get n-hort.
on ruesday night and earlv last evening,
it is reported, two mote (led
At e o clock while the otlicers were at
mess and the ( hiiiainon were huddled
together in tlm bow two start's! towards
l)etectiv t.ilid, who was stiindliig at the
i em. . s. wu- not. tell
hill! Willi a plJtik I lie ut net's at once
it l..i I ..ii tli in nrnl tru l.i il.d..nl n ..
fapt Wrigiit. Officer Siinnliins mid live
I other officers bear tlie conunolioii un
, nll(, rHI, ft)rw,.lr(l wiiu i...ir .,,,Ils.
ucssing that the Chinamen had luol
loose. I liny welt joined hv tho lest r
Tlio ("liinamen made dash foe the gang
plank, and it was there that tin lighting
was tlie most furious The sailors were
beaten DHck by revolver butts and h.ud
elied flsta and were scattered to all parts
"Father Knickerbocker Talking: Am
leaving on 8 A. M. Jersey Central flier and
will meet you at City Hall, Philadelphia, at
10 A. M. Say! Isn't this every-hour-on-the-hour
The habit of taking these every-hour-on-the-hour
New Jersey Central fast
trains to Philadelphia is growing on New
Yorkers. Get the habit of making your
watch your Hme table, and vou will not
only make quick time, but find comfort,
convenience, courtesy and cleanliness.
Hard coal no smoke.
Trains Every Hour on the
8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Other fast trains
7 a. m., 7-8-9 and 10 p. m. and at mid
night, with sleepers, from Liberty St., ten
minutes of the hour from W. 23d St.
Dining Car Service
Baggage carried on train wkh pas
senger when delivered at either terminal
in reasonable time.
Can you beat this :
Teeth as white as
snow, polished like
ivory, clean as a new
penny, and yet not
But it's a fact.
means more than
mere surface cleanli
ness it means protec
tion as well. Protec
tion to the enamel,
protection to the
teeth, protection to
The enamel is the
tooth's only weapon
of defense againis;
the insidious attacks
of a legion of decay
germs whose commander-in-chief
"Acid Mouth r
Paste easily over
"acid mouth" the
cause of 95 ?o of all
Once the enamel
is pierced, disinte
gration of the tooth
structure is rapid.
Paste protects the
teeth. It preserves
Paste is the remark
able dentifrice and
its use is a daily
10 Day Trial Tuk and Acid
Tc.it Papers sent Free on request.
Lehn & Fink
120 William Street
of the ship ("Inn See and two alli mart"
li their nusituss lo nttxmpt to tnk care
of Sinipkins and when thev s.izid him
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, h.,id that lie tlic.uulit tlie Chinamen ri.
, u,u,- luiii ..vet hoard, and then h
( , v,.10 t, a six foor ieeeiv...
bullets ,,, lu.cu. right side !.(,, .y
arm and in tb-alMlomeii.
, r,1(. ;ill.rrt ,,.tectives dro Mr
scattered mutineer., into tlie fo,..-'"
m held ,i.. t;.f It, ti,.. ,i
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. ttl t .ICltl ri Went
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to the stai i. hi '
ilained tli.it it was i,i-
that tool, the tight mil ol the nm
' Neslii Killed l. llxprex I lain.
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