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THE WORLD; MONDAY IflVlflKimu; MAY 7, itm. i M
Ml' No Licenses for Coney Islanders
'V Without His Approval.
II Expire To-Day and the Dive
keepers Apply for Renewals.
urlcsqiic Enforccnicnt of tlip Excise
'lg nnd Concert Luws Ycstcnlny.
Mayor Schleren, of Ilrooklyn, launched
i another order on the wave of reform
sweeping over Coney Island this morn
ing which may be considered the begin
ning of the end for some of the dlvc-
mm . keepers at the West End.
Bi The Mayor sent word to the Excise
H Commlsloners that no licenses should lie
Vi granted for snloons on Coney Island with-
Hj out his consent. The Mayor said he pro-
B posed to lnestlgate each application be-
M . fore granting a license.
H j The licenses of the 250 saloons on the
Island expire to-day, nnd as a eonse-
D quence the Excise Department was
H crowded with saloon-keepers anxious to
H renew their licenses for saloons at West
M Brlgl ton.
H 1 4 Among the first callers this morning
H (A " was Nicholas J. Johnson, the Graves-
HJff ' ender who recently prrved thirty days
f In Itaymond .Street Jail nnl i .i 1 1 a tine
H of J2'0 for helping John V. McKane defy
H the election laws last November.
V ' Eiit'h of the applicants was given a
H petition, which Is to be signed bv llfteen
V ' property-owners In the neighborhood of
g the saloon, before a license will be
H Mayor Schleren this morning received
H a letter from a taxpayer on Coney I-
H inn I, signing himself "A citizen," nnd
Hl j requesting that no license be granted to
Hfl t. certain resorts at the "Vtst End, which
W r the writer says, have been In existence
B for ymrs.
L Inspector William J. McKelvcy was
1 closeted with Superintendent of Police
T Campbell this morning, making a ver-
H bal report on the success of the llrook-
H lyn police in compelling Coney Isl-
Mfr nnders to observe the Sunday laws.
EJV The Inspector spent all yesterday at
MlA. West Ilrlghton, anil stated this inorn-
iBH W Ing that he was perfectly satisfied with
IBm the way the proprietors of the dives,
HIS concert halls, &c, conducted their es-
IMlMi tnbllshments
LHSW In not one lnbtance, the Inspector
HflT said, were the orders Issued by the
nu Department violated. Not a single nr-
VnlK rest was made by the Brooklyn police.
W'M Notwithstanding the Inspector's s.itls-
NB,' jWi faction over the change at Conev Isl-
H ijH' and yesterday under the new regime, It
I mM. Jjf) was nil a burlesque enforcement of
1 BV1, fi the Sunday laws. With few exceptions
a Kf MM all the concert halls and dives were
MJ HP open, and beer, liquor and alt kinds of
MtjjK drinks were sold freely.
H SK) Hut In each place signs of "Weiss
BW Beer Only," adorned the wnlls, arranged
so as to read, "fleer Only," the "Weiss"
V being obscured by a fold of the paper.
k At the concert hall owned by "Count"
f Vaecas, on the Unwery, the bar was
running without any uttempt at con-
cealtnent. Ileer nnd liquor were sold to
4 all the patrons. It was the only place on
t the entire Island where a "runner-ln"
H was at work. A man stood outside and
wu cautiously approached people In a voice
j hardly audible five feet away, asking
them to step Inside.
All the bands and organs attached to
the carrousels were sile.it.
J One of the most notable changes on
V the island was the abrenc" of the
mB, "barkers." Consequently proprietors of
games, &c. which depended upon the
BV '"barkers" to attract patrons, stnoil hy
"t their stands doing little or no business.
lll One of the most amusing fentuics of
hD'IJ the day was the "soubrett s doing their
Id turns" In the cone rt halls In 1 mg
D JM skirts. The absence of tights anil short
I dresses seemed to embarrass the women,
BMW HitI nn(1 '" "lc urds of one proprietor,
Mr1 ftv "qil'ered the hhow."
AV jSI Yoa Item) The nveninp; 'World I
M mi Do ViiU Ilc'id Tilt; Siimlnj' World?
SBBmUi Irrcli Itlin ConritSMloii of the Itrnlli
bBSL After ft CtrriiN PIkIiI.
MJHR Coroner Kene, of Tirooklyn, was
THM this mornlg called to the bed-
JbBEiG E',le of Martin I.eech, nineteen,
MvVMf) W of 573 Union street, who Is ly-
HBKiV lng at the point of dentil from the ef-
rBlV fects of a concussion of the brain, re-
CJBJ celved during a light with one of the
BpBjB attaches of riarnum's circus on the
PPH night of April 2S last.
BBH' Leech went to the circus grounds at
BBV Fourth avenue nnd Second street, and
BBC was walking around outside the tent,
BBB when he saw two men fighting. lie
BBV stopped to look on, nnd recognized one
BflJ of the men as a friend, John Mullancy.
BB lie interfered and tried to stop the
BBj row.
BBJ J The circus man, it Is allegeil, grabbeil
BJ I a hammer and struck I.i'ech a blow
BBJ ' upon the hend, knocking him down. The
BBS, j stranger then ran away. Leech l e
BB -(gained his senses In .i few minutes nnd
n l in ambulance was called to dress what
ABB ' appenred to be only a slight cut on his
BBI head. Surgeon f pence saiil the wound
BJ t rmounted to nothing.
Bf Leech went to work a week ngo to-day
H and was all right until Friday, when
BBJ he was taken with pains in the head.
BBJ He was unable to continue at his work,
BBk and went home, Dr. Kendell, of Gtj
Bk Bedford avenue, was called In to attend
him, and he found that Leech was BUff-
Bl erlng from concussion of the brain,
Bl Last night his condition became so
BBB ly serious that the police were notified
BBB Detectives Kelly and Murphy uie In-
flBB vestlgatlng the case,
JW5ft4 Yoa Ilrnil TIio nrrnlngr World !
mdfcVJHr Do You llclld Tin- .Suiidny World?
uWB Sui-Klrnl IiiHlriniieiUx .Stolen.
BBjW. rcllce Surgeon A. W, I'ord, of 13.' Union strrM,
BBMji Hrookln. dleovrrot to-day that om. thlcl had
tVBVV "lol.n to canea of his aurg'cal Initrumcnti val-
VIBVw wi ' ,4 v m,n vt'n rallrd at hla houre latt
'Br 1b( ""' " left lon In hla office for a
VBBB, faw mlnutea, ia aurprclrd of belnu tto thlif.
i&VaB I'll run II lii lltirncd.
fBBBMjf Tba tbree-atory and baxement Rtructure known
'BPHVr at the Paron Villa at llrun Irk, I, I
Mf burned to the ftround thla morning The damage
BJ.y la HS.eOO, which la rartly coered by inauranre
BBr bo villa naa cmned hy Jamex Paron who pur-
BBh chaaed It from Supervisor Cornelius Pergueaon
BBBT rtllM II.T lliiNbinid SIiiIiImmI Hit.
BBJ John Kane, of 531 Warren atrect Ilrooklyn,
HBBJ vrai arreatid, to-day nn roni,lultit uf hla wife.
BBM Mary, who ibargei that he atabbed h(r 111 tho
BBH bark with a renknlfe. The womai la now In
BBH tf tba ticney Hospital.
BBB for SiniisliliiK ii .Siiloon Wlndoir.
BBB. John Mayer waa held in the Hwcn Street 10-
BBj lice Court, Wllltamahurg, to-day on a charge of
BH malicloua mlarhlef. lie tried to gel Into the
BBBBI aaloon at 15 Slegcl atreet yesterday afternoon,
BBBB and when tho proprietor refuaed to admit him
BBBBj Mayer picked up a cobbleatone and hurled It
BBB tbroucu a window of the haloon
BBL "The World'M" ev I ptomi Ofllcr.
BBKi "The World's" Uptown Office has
BBJPBJr'' moved Into Its new quarters at the Junc-
BBBf tlon of Broadway and Sixth avenue, nt
Bkw Thirty-second street. There nie eight
BH entrances, two on Broadway, two on
HH Sixth avenue and four on Thirty-second
BJBj tr-t. , .,,
'flames do mm damage.
- . . .
Hopkins's Photographic Materials
Faotorj Destroyed.
Klrrmrn Hnvc ii Ilnrtl ElRtit to Save
Adjoining Property.
Clarence E. Hopkins's photographic
materials manufactory, on Fifty-third
street, South Ilrooklyn, was almost to
tally destroyed by fire this morning,
i entailing a loss of about $,'.2,000.
I The establishment was a three-story
frame structure, occupying the lots at
-J7 and 299, and extending through the
I block to 312 Fifty-second street.
The upper pnrt of the building was oc-
' cupled by Knorr & Co., card manufac
turers. The flames wcie discovered at 3 o'clock
by 't policeman who was passing on the
opposite side of the street. lie ran to
the nearest llrebox and sent in an alarm.
In the building wns stored paper nnd
chemlcalt and other substances of an In
flammable character, and the lire spread
so rapidly that the entire building was
ablaze before the llremen arrived.
Several extra calls were sent, and In a
short time a dozen engines were pump
ing water upon the lire. In spite of
the "fforts to extluqulsh the blaze, the
llames spread to adjoining buildings
and threatened the destruction of other
houses In the neighborhood. Finally
I the firemen got the fire under control,
and bv ."i o'clock It was entirely ex
tinguished. Hopkins, who owned the building where
the lire originated, estimates his loss
at SIC') on the structure nnd 125,000
on stock. Knmr Ar Co. lost $S,000. A
building nt 30! rifty-thlrd street, owned
by John McKlnney, was damaged II.OuA,
iiid another struc'ure owned by Mr.
Hopkins was damaged I'm worth.
The cause of the fire Is unknown.
i:diwiril Trcntert the liung to Ills
lllllj- Iiixti-nd of n Pint of Ileer.
Policeman Patrick Edwards appeared
In the Lee Avenue Police Court, Wlll
Inmsburg, to-day against three young
"growler rushers," who were fined f3
each for Intoxication.
The policeman hns only recently re
covered from a severe spell of Illness,
nnd when he Is In citizen's dress he
looks like ii sickly joung theological
Yestprdny nfternoon Edwards wns
walking along Kent avenue, nnd at
Noith Fifth street he was stopped by a
"growler gang" of half a dozen men,
who asked him for the price of a pint.
The policeman blandly refused, and
when the men made threatening demon
strations he pulled back his coat,
showed his police badge, und sailed Into
the crowd with his billy.
Three of the men got away, but Ed
wards captured Charles Ilrady, John
Keene nt.d Henry F. White, all of
whom were greatly astonished when
they saw what an energetic policeman
the supposed theological student was.
Ilonrd of Kdurntlon Wniits ?8r(l,0()(
to Mnlntillil Schools.
The members of the Board of Educa
tion of Brooklyn are disturbed over the
poor prospects of getting money to
run the department. The Board will
mt'nt to-morrow.
The Hoaid of Estimate, which will
meet next week, will be asked by reso
lution of the lininl of Education to pro
vide for the raising of funds for main
taining the city schools for next year.
'"he Uoa'-d will ask for about JAOOO.
Of this. JS.1,000 is fur Increased silarles.
It the in.ird gets all It asks It will have
I'ont-ol of $1,1G0,iO for sites nnd school
lioitei. tm
STi'Wlieck Will Probably Limp One
j of Ills IV.-t.
I Detectives Becker nnd Kennedy, of the
Rtagg street station, Willi imsburg, are
looking for an unknown man, who has
probably rendered Henry Newbeck, of
113 Metropolitan avenue, a cripple for
i Newdieck was on his way home yester
day afternoon, and lwarded trolley car
Oil, of the Flushing avenue line, at
Broadway. He was climbing Into one of
the open seats when some man took hold
ol him by the shoulder and pushed him
off the car.
Newbeck fell under the wheels and
will probablv loe his left foot, as It
was i cry badly crushed. He Is now In
St. Catherine's Hospital.
Took Money for DolliR I'.rrandn
nml Stole nn Otercont.
Anthony Bldle pleaded guilty In the
Gates Avenue Police Court, Ilrooklyn,
this morning to the charge of stealing
an overcoat, the property of John lie
Cpftiey, of TO Lewis avenue and was held
lor trial. On April 3 lildel was an or
derly In St. Mary's Hospital, where Mc
Caffrey's brother was a patient.
McCaffrey gave the orderly $5 to do
some errands, and loaned him an over
cuat vnluid at I0. lildel went out and
forgot to return.
Slip Wiifi Trjlnir to Pnclfy I.rnnon,
I Who Wns Fighting-.
I Edward Lennon, of 415 Degraw street,
Brooklyn, was held for examination on
May 9 by Justice Tlghe In tho Butler
Street Police Court this morning on a
charge of cutting Mary O'Nell, an old
woman, of 422 Baltic street, with a knife
on Saturday night.
Mrs. O'Nell says that Lennon and sev
eral men wore lighting In her house. She
tried to pacify the men, when Lennon
turned upon her nnd cut her with a
knife on the shoulder and hand.
without that uncomfortable feeling of
fullness or drowsiness afterward, then it'i
time to taUo Or. l'ierco's Pleasant Pellets.
They make digestion easy. Keep a yioj
of them in jour vest-pocket, and take
ono ui ttr every hearty meal. It's time to
take them, too, whenover you "feel bili
ous." They're specific for biliousness
und act wonderfully upon the liver.
1 TLeso tiny, sugar-vontcd IVllets tho
' smallest, tho plon-snntest to take, and the
most natural in their ways absolutely
nnd pertnnnently r-Jir Constipation,
Jaundice, Biliousness, Indigestion. Hick
or Bilious Headaches, Sour btomach, and
ovcry liver, stomach, and bowel disorder.
Chronic Nasal Catarrh.
N. M. Bodges, Esq., of Laketoum, Rich
Co., Utah, saya: "I was suffering trotn
chronic catarrh, and bought a half-dozen
bottles of your Dr. Sage's Catarrh Heraedr,
and I am huppr to say I am permanently
cured of that UImujo."
'ii'i', 'rjii.-ttiftiftiwftj'tya&'fel
Seven Years and Fovr Months in
State Prison.
Stole $19,400 of the Excise Funds
of Brooklyn.
Hrotifzht Ilnrk from Canndn nnd
I'lemlcil Guilty.
William D. lyohman, formerly cashier
of the Excise Board In Ilrooklyn. who
pleaded guilty to embezzling certain
funds, was sentenced by Judge Moore In
the Court of Sessions to-day, to seven
years and four months In Stnte's prison.
Lohman was accused of stealing $19,400.
There were three Indictments found
against htm. lie pleaded guilty to two
of them, each of which charged him
I with stealing $100.
At the opening of the proceedings to
day his lawyer, Thomas D. I'earsall,
made a strong plea for a light sentence.
He rvlewed the defaulter's past
ecord, which he said had been excel
lent, and said that he had been tempted
to take the money to Invest In auto
matic racing machines.
"lohman desires me to say right here,"
said .Mr. Penifall, "that It Is not true
that any of his stealings went Into the
pockets of other city nfllclaK Frank
McCutcheon, former secretary of the
Board of Kxclse, was Interested In an
nutomatlc racing machine, They thought
they could make a fortune In it In a
few days. McCutcheon needed money
to push the enterprise, and Lohman took
It from the money under his care.
Some of the money also went Into the
Grand Opera-House"
Lohman snld Mr. I'earsall had spent
nothing on himself. He nnd his wife
had tried to buy a home on Douglass
street, and ngieed to pay J1.0U0 for It.
There was still due J2.S0U.
At the conclusion of Mr Penrsall'n
address Judge Moore pronounced sen
tence.' He snld: "We have heard this plea In
your behalf from your counsel. Never
theless, we must consider that you held
a position of public trust, and that sou
betrayed tint trust by stealing this
money ami a greit deal more.
"On sour plea of guilty to one indict
ment sou are sentenced to Sing Sing
for five years. On your plea of guilty to
the second indictment S'ou will serve two
j-ears and four months."
Lohman appeired to be vers un
concerned, anil after shaking hands
with his counsel, walked back to the
Shortly nfter Mayor Schleren went Into
office Lohman disappeared and wns sub
sequently arrested In Cnnnda. He was
brought back from Toronto two weeks
Up Und ltcHiuned Work, lint Ills
Wound Oiipiieil Afrnln.
James Lie Hart, of 143 High street, Is
lying in a serious condition at the Ho
moeopathic Hospital, In Brooklyn, as a
result of wounds Inflicted by John Pren
dcvllle, now n prisoner In the Tombs.
On April 2S, De Hart and Piciidevllle
quarrelled In a laundry on Varlck
street, where they are both employed.
Prendeville stabbed De Hart several
times with a penknife. Prendeville was
locked up.
De Hart recovered sufficiently to re
sume his work. Last night his wounds
opened ng-aln, and he was removed to
tlu hospital He Is not expected to live.
nnrnes'n Condition Crlllenl, nnd
Ills AxKultnlit Hold.
Adam Bender, twents'-two years old,
of 332 i:ast Twenty-fifth street, this city,
was held by Justice Connolls-, In the
Ontes Avenue Police Court, Brooklyn,
this morning, to await the result of the
Injuries of John P. Barnes, nineteen
I years old, of 43 Ralph avenue, who Is In
St. Mary's Hospital In a serious condi
tion. Barnes nnd Bender quart elled at I'tlca
avenue nnd President street last night,
and Bender stabbed Barnes In the chest.
I Yon Head The Kvcnlnic World !
Do You Hend The Sumliiy World?
IIo linn Ilcen CoinmUaloner of
Jurors Since THXO.
William A. Furey, Commissioner of
Jurors of Kings County, was this morn
ing reappointed at a salary of 15,000 a
County Treasurer Adams, Surrogate
Abbott and Judge Moore met this morn
ing In the Court-House, Brooklyn, and
reappointed him.
Mr, Furey has been Commissioner of
Jurors since 1SS0. The term of office Is
four years. He was for n long time
Secretary of thk Democratic Oeneral
. aw
When Stlner'a Wife Got Up To-Ilny
She Found Him IJend.
Louis Stlner, fifty-four years old, of 99
Wyckoff street, Brooklyn, committed
suicide this morning by Inhaling gas
through a rubber tube.
His wffe, Lizzie, last saw him alive at
1 o'clock this morning. When she arose
nt 7 o'clock she found him lying on the
floor with a rubber hose In his mouth.
The other end was attached to a gas Jet.
No cause Is assigned.
"The World'' JSoir I'ptonn Office.
"The World's" Uptown Otllce has
moved Into Its new quarters at the Junc
tion of Broadway and Sixth avenue, at
Thirty-second street. There are eight
entrances, two on Broadway, two on
Sixth avenue and four on Thirty-second
Wnrkpd lu Order to Steal.
Jiillm dAo'ph Fapken, of "57 Kldrlilne atrial.
Vew Verk. aa hfM In tho (latra Aitnue Pollra
Court, llrookljn, thla mornlna; for ft rotibfry com
mittal at 971 Putnam alfnue, where waa at
work In October laat. He la alto wanlc! on
almllar charge! at ling lalanil ('It). It la
claimed that while working aa an electrician In
prliate houica he robbe.l the ownera or aeriante.
Siipiik-Thlf'teN Huh n I'lut.
fneak thleiea entered the flat occupied l,y
Michael Allen, at 20 Towers atreet, brook!) n,
yeaterdar and alole Jeaelrr laluod at C0 anl 14 '
in caih. .
"The World'" New I'ptovm Olllee, j
"The World's" Uptown Olllee has
moved Into Its new quarters at tho Junc
tion of Broadway and Sixth avenue, at
Thirty-second street. There are eight
entrances, two on Broadway, two on
Sixth avenuei and (out on Thlrty-iicond
You Want Furniture
IIOS'TMH WI.M'M II', tlddll 1 I IIM 11 111 AMI ( Altl'l It, loo, IMI-. MMIIIIA t'S
IX)K OVI'.HTIIl. IMltl'KM NAMIIIIIKI.OW, I'llH M III rlll)t l.ll I l-UIUM Y IllllVtl
Parlor Suits, S22.50 WE SELL THEM
I Chamber Suits, $ I 3.00 ON OUR
PierMirrors, $1 I.OOVibliUU itK WbtK
Folding Beds, $9.00' SYSTEM.
Lamps, Clocks. Curtains. Stotes. Refrigerators. Bab) Carriages. &c-, &c
J . Bau man n & Bro
1313 to 1315 Third Ave., bet. 75th and 76th Sts.
70TII NT. Hl.nVATKU IIII. CHI CAIIIiH I'.Mt1. It'-ii HnliinU llll H I'. M-
His Sweetheart's Brothers Aidod
tho Other Follow. I
Wnrnril to Onse UN Attentions, und J
Now He U Dying.
NKWAHK, N. J., May 7.-(iluseppc j
l'nlllto, of 71 ItHer street, w lin was
shot In a Itlver sttcet mi loon Int.. last
, nlRht, Is still alive nt the City Hospital,
where he was taken after the slinolliu;
.Ills denlh is hourly expi etui
' The pollee have Just learned the true
story of the shooting. I'nllltn was In
loe with the dter of .lames and (i-oti;e
Iordl, who kept a snlonn at the phue
where I'jllllo lled Tnl sistrt iv me
to America two months hko, and l'.tlllti
continued pnjlnK attentions to the,
. A few weeks nun the brothers warned
I him to desist, but he refused. The
woman was heln rout ted hy another i
'Italian, and he, with the Lordl Inoth
ers, met l'nlllto at 71 Itlver street l.iKt
ulKht and picked a quarrel with him '
They attacked the latter nnd while the
I two Lordl brothers forced l'nlllto over
a balustrade, the rival took n 41-callbre
revolver from Palllto's pocket and shot i
hltn in the back
Then they dropped the mnn to the '
floor below, nnd the excitement that
ensued attracted the police, and the at
rest of the liOrdl brothels followed The
rival of the wounded man Is still nt
1 n irc.
When It M'nh ;lcn to Chnrlle He
Und n Kit mill Pled.
Charlie, the pet trotter, belonplnp: to
i two brothers Alderman Willi im and Po
liceman Daniel Kenton of llnboltin, died
very suddenly In his stable yesterday
tnornlnff. He was poisoned.
When the Alderman went Into the sta
ble jeati'idd morning to Khc Uk hoisu
his usual rations the horse raftired to
tat. Then the Alderman knew that the
horse was slek.
Hrother Din went nfter "Utidd" Wel-
liert, whose opinion on horsefltph Is
worth more than a doctoi ..
While Welbeit and U.m were outside
dickering as to whit the should pie-
I scribe for the horte a nun came In and
told the Alderman to Rive the hor.se a
cake of tobacco. As pocn as the horse ate
the tobaccu he fell over, had a lit, and
Charlie will be missed by nil who were
nuinalnted with the l"enton.s. He cost
$V). and was born In UuttenbiiiR
twenty jcars awo.
Wliii Help Can it Mm. ltotiiiiii. AVjiw
rLKMINOTON, N. J. May 7 -.Inmes
Williamson, a burly nrsro, of this plT1?.
waa arrested yesterday and committed
to the county Jail to aunlt the action of
the Grand Jury. Yesterday morning. In
the ntj'ence of .John Dolman, a Hebrew,
who tents of Williamson, the latter It W
alleged, gained odmittance, and en
deavored to put Uoiinan's family out.
Ho poon (jot contiol of Airs Itolman,
who Is a delicate little woman, and
het her until phe was unconscious. He
then grubbed her little daughter and
beat her. Another daughter, seven jcar
old, ran Into the street, screaming "mur
der," at the top of her olce The alarm
brought nelghbora, and Williamson u.is
at rented A physician worked over Mm
Dolman a long time before she was re
stored to connclousne?s.
SnfferlllK irltll rnrnl l, nnd It Is
IVnrrd He Will Hie.
HLIZAllHTH, N. J May 7. The ven
erable Jacob H, Shotwell, I'resldnnt of
the Railway Gas Company nnd Vice
President of the Ilnhw.iy Savlnus Hank,
was stricken with paralysis nt his beau
tiful home on Him avenue last nlsht,
ami It Is feared he cannot teeover.
Mr, Shotwell Is one of Hallway's most
prominent nnd wealthy citizens, and his
residence Is one of the most maRiiillceut '
country seats In New Jersey. He was
one of the orlRlnal Commissioners who
built the Itahuay Wnter WorkH, and Is I
nt the head of the Quaker denomination I
ill that city, belnR the principal trustee '
of the Quaker Church, lie Is elRhty-two
years old, and has a wife, but no chil
l'ire A I no Tliruun !!( Men Out of
Kniplti mrnt,
imincsirroN, N. J-. May 7-rire In
, the Cumberland Glaus-Wnrkn last night,
c.uised, probably, by a tank furnace
leaking, resulted In a lost of JIS.-hjO, on
which there Is an insurance of J'tOOO.
j The hollow-ware tank furnace and
the batch-nous were completely de
stroyed. The mould-room, with t-everal
thousand aluable moulds and sample
bottles, was ruined. Th tank furiuiri
had been hhut down fi.r repairs, but
was to start up to-moirow One hun
dred and fifty men are thrown out of
employment by the (Ire.
Anhcwmt Dollnrd'H OroVnl. '
ApftiRor J amen I, Uillirl, rf ltnbokfti, hit
Just fxpfrlem 1 1 a tty dlirult BurKlral opera
tion A large tumor wa rtmott from h.
siomAfb hy Ffrral ti ml tun Mr IoNarl (le
rllof, to Ftihmlt tn tin Inihitrc." of tlrinta nnl
In pofiHon vt Jitu ursn dur -ik the iiKrtion
Tl o (.(ictotv a that ho will sur.it (be i(t ration
Vr Selling I iiNtnniH(l ClKiirn,
NKWAIIK X J May 7 Jaot. firpmfonl anl
Patqulp Murltuio lcth of Mw oik werr r
ralKnM before I'nltpJ Stulpi ('nnirnlBHlonfr Whtit
lan 1 triU mornfnr en a rbu" nf rllltiK iiti
RtamrwJ clear ti In Cllrtt'tih o(i Satunlay A larse
number of ilgtr trf nrorrt 1 that thvy 1. 1 1
nnld Tb rlpan cri In a, Ura all Itoth
men vtre bell fur examination.
Cnusht Trjlnur to Hob n lto, I
Dail Drlrtajta, wfao clalnti to Mr In Haiflton,
O., wu tent to tb prnlttotlary (or tblrt IUm t
bv Ju.tlca tl Pnnnfll In Jfrav Clt thla nwrnlna
lie waa rharcfl with atlrmt'tlnR tn rob a boy
nanii"! Smith in liriuiaolik rtnrt tlrnl'
I'ntrrson Illlibnn-WriM rr Still nn
PATKHSON, N J , May 7 -The antici
pated tettirn of the stilkliiR rlbbou-wi-avers
to work this mornlnn was not
realized. All the factoilrs were opened,
but only ten of the I TnH strikers went
back to their looms live nt Levy liroth- j
us', four nt llomford's nod one at the I
Hehetla mill , , . I
Police and pkkels wete stationed nt
the mills, but no trouble took place. I
The strikers held a mass-meitliiK t I
Pntei.'im Island Patk nnd the, dls
iiI.ij.mI itie.it enthusiasm oer the fall
lit e of the biisliiiss tni'ti nnd manufac
tuti is to end the strike
Al tint sl hundred bumil-sllk weavers
retutned to wotk this motnltiK Thev
had In en on strike for two w.elts. and a
contptomlsi' was efli-cted. '1 he tweirtll'
wi k or the rlliliiui-weiiMrs' sltlke be-.
K.in to-dav , I
Piisident Sit uue Ins puled a notice
tint nil sli.ken lie dlsi h uki-I and cm
only obtain "ork by .ipillnK persnniilU
to the Mii mien lent of the mills At
their iiHetlni; ills nioinlni; tin MHker
resohi'd not to lei.irn n work until the
mlll-nwreis teciviile llieli dini.inls A
fun I ot $-,ii his been t.ihel for the
lie Wns I'nllliiur lteiilnll , nml
Killed lllltlself.
THHNTf)N', N J., May 7. William
ICnlllln, lty-heen years old, committed
suicide last nlutit by shoot Inn himself In
the temple with u teiohcr ,
l.ate In the eenliiu Knltlln went Into
his c.irrlaKe-house, and cllmblns' Into
a wanon, look his life Ills dead liod
was found thl.i mornliiK
ICnlllln hml 1 n f.illlm; mentally for.
mine months and letiinifd home on
Siturday alter spendlUK seM nil mouths
In I'hlladelphla and N-w York for his
In tilth. Coroner Hnwets was railed, and
nftti lew ini? the lemaliib, iletlded not to ,
hobl 1111 luipii st '
The deiiMsed wns the father or Pr,
I A K Knltlln. whose wife was found
I chloroformed to death about four 5 ears
m;i I" her husband's home The mat
i ter nt the time created a i;reat seiisa
i tlon.
ellrk Speplill Pollei-miili Arrest-
I imI lur AjNiinlt.
I NHWARK, N. J.. May 7. John Bher-
Ildnn, a special policeman, nttarheil to
the Van Iluren street st.itlbn, and who
lives nt S Joseph street, wan nrralsned
before Justice Piels. I this mornlni; on
the ih.iruc nf .issnult and bntur
l.nst nlrht Sheridan beat his wife, and
Mis .luliii Smith, a nelBhbor, went Into
rtherld.in'H rooms and trle.l to piclfy
him He ptiuek Mrs Smith over the
hi ad with his club, anil --tie had to b
i "moved to the Clt Hospital Her con
dition Is rritli.il.
I Sheildan w .s then arrested and Capt
1'alj took his shield and club away
flum him.
('barter nleetluii In Hell llnnU.
ni.H HANK N J Mn 7 -Th annnll rbarttr
clcrllnn la In pr Rrprn. hire to da The tw i ricil
tar rartka hiie full tl licla In the ReM anl a
hi.uv Mb. Ii belni i-illod TM" l the flrsl time
tn the ion s hlii rv that ,olit t. hua be.n br niiht
Irt.i the mnnleli.al fliillil The tanililalta here
lrrr.ro hale letn ale.lel bj a commlttw ot blb
Incentllnrles 'nUi n CIiiiiin.i JiiIi
uf It ill Ilrnstliiu. !
HUASTINA. S. I , May 7 A clumsy '
attempt was made to set tire to the
Hrnstlna schoolhouse, on the Harbor
road, at 1 30 o'clock this inorulne. It
was unmccessfiil simply because of the
crudity of the methods emplojed by the
Incendiaries. i
I They used a bundle of wnddliiK nnd
tried to set the bulldlni; nllte ftom
the outside The llames binned nlnmc
the tlmbeis for a dl'tatue of sneral
feet nnd did "i wot lb of iKimuKe Ik fore
they wer extlnpnlshid i
l'or some tlin. in i ffort has been tin- I
der way to build a new t-chn dhouse.
Siunll-luix broke out In the old pl.ue
smeral weeks iirii, and the townspeople
at once tlamoud for a (hatiKe It had
oftc-n been said that a new school would
neier be built so lonn as the old one
stood, and threats nave been npeat- j
eilly heard tli.it some dtiy the old place
would be wliied out.
Suicide IVi'L'a Hotly Win 'Diapot-
ere.l li Ills Mother. '
The dead body of OeorKe I. Peck, a
younK man rcsldltiK at 1211 Woodruff
avenue, was found by his mother early
this mon.liiK. haiiKini: from the roof of
the w.ish-lioiife on the premises Pr
Ibeker, of Woodruff and linden aenues,
said he had been dead for hours
The body was then rut down bv a po
liceman, anil Coroner Kltqi.itrlrk notl
lied No cause Is assigned for the act.
1,1st nf Pnll-llnirers Clrrll (lilt Til.
The follow Iiik list or pillbe.irers for
the funeral uf the late John Jay was
KlMti to-iho
William M. i:arts. CliHiinoy M Pe
pew, S"th Low, Charles H Whllrheul, I
laiiKs c Cart, r, . Indite Charles P pal),
JuiIei PeilioiI. Abnini Hewitt, Carl
S.liiuz and John A Kins
lllslmiis Pottiralld '.im will ofllclite,
nnl will be usslti 1 by the He 1 'r
Morn'au Pit. Hi i l.i I.miueer and
Itev. William II. Ibbert
IllNiirilliri Kikllt llrllilrr Held. '
liUtn Ilen.1. r ,f 112 l.l Ttli M!h ttreet
thla eln an inturane. uk m. a-i hell in the
I alia A'inui' 1'i.llie ourl llrimkhll thla in(.rn
II i ham. ,1 with elaliMn - Jnw ( h I' lurne if
I ltnlh atrnu.' llul i.li lri.t t.Uhl lie .'.
n It-. kn alnrf anilhin f Ihe ul I inn alib.ni.h
llaliuo icalthel) Mi inn,-,) hun
'I'lle Wt.rlils" Neil tptimii (Irtlcr,
"The World's" 1'ptown Olllee I1.13 1
moved Into Its new quarters at the June-:
tlon of Broadway and Sixth avenue, nt
Thlrty-setond street. There ate eight
entrances, two on Htoadway, two on
HIMh avenue and four on Thirty-second
B. Altman & Co.
Will oflVr lo-morrow
in black anil leather ninnies nt
And will nlso show
a iKivelty In Ladles'
Lislo 'I'lireail and
Silk Hose, with (i)ien
worU iiiHtep mid eon
trusting eolorri tiniler
18th St., 19th St. & Sixth Ave.
For 69 Gents!
How Is This For Low ?
Om unlit" whit it Muniirr!
V Taprilrj Lrrt-t Mail. I.all t
oti.J Unil. .rr )oni O y C -
ThU In ( uriM-l Tlmis Vim Kim.
.M) llCIti: In a miN Ull.r, III.UTV
IfM.ht tr hptt'lsmmc lie Hot 1 1 nt rcfrlRPta
l r mail" Ki'nMliiMimpaii-
mcM lur Ii ine at tlui EZ fh
, J m JJP
Noint'ililiiH I Ire n nt NMiiiiiirr llcilroiiui fult
I'll It SI;o II. ti S.linhr Ilak
-mliatrtii 1 virj (In In-
ilt'rl Wi, IliiredU kill J g EZmTI
UMtittanil . I UiOU
Thin Ilutimr Li iuU AhmiN In Iiiriilliliiit
lur i moil r MiuiM'n.
riirnlliiro, rnrppd, MitlllnK HciMlnr. i lorki,
I nniitH I'lniirfi lit (VHTlaec"., Itetrlgemtorr
htot-M, ij.li stui liiwici'r An
258. 560, 262 6lh Ave., near I7th SI.
1 nt Hili tht strp't, rt'infintifr
Cfwh hatunli rfi'tut iilltlt Uu'cl c
oi it ti:k.iihi
n 11 pir p"k mi TV I ?'.' ry l"T wrrk oi. f?0
1 .Ml ifT HPI k till lii I .( tvi pir wwl tin -'iO
hi pt'r tth-k un J.'. M .i 1'T wt-fk mi .Ul
NOT') -To Out of-t.iwn Tltijpffi II) PcnUr. 1ft
rfii( In "tamp t our Mall Orjfr Ofpartinrnt
lor thi Sfw HIiiKlmul i 4Ul nit on will r irrn
tnlti (innafnnion nf an expinnively notlfti up anl
Imaluattle rrk as lr.nk if rrfirrmo whrn In
rrl of Kurnituri' or H unrhol t faixfln, nnl ran
I'pot ur an)ihinc rich ir.1 from ua In that ay
hh'H)t th trnul.lt anl mt (f a vUll
(Irfit rare Rlen to packing anl ahlpplnc
Woman Says Sho Will Sue Hopper
and Spoil His Wife's Beauty,
Cl.ilmn to llnvr Ilrrn UN Common
I.nw Wife for Klrvpii Ycnr.
Whon (Jpori;p V Hoppfr, treasurer of
tho i'aInu Cnmp.ui, iti ppel Into the
FtrePt this morning from tho Hotel Vi'ti
ilomi', whete hr h.ul pisioil hl.i weihllnif
I nlfrht, he iuii p.innei'il upon liy n minimi
who lind heen isalllni; on th. shlownlk
for un hour. A hot colloijiiy fniueil, -nil-InR
hy the woman thrutlnR u pichet nf
letters Into Hopper's hiinil nn.l salllnK
nnitrlly off ilown HroaihMiy.
Sh imih the woniiiti who has nn
nnnnceil her intentlun of illstnrhinK the
penco of Mr Hoppet ami his nenly
muile hrlile, Mail.- Dressier, the actress,
by enforcltiK her claim to a common'lnw
tnarrlan' contraetetl eleven jeais apo.
Mr Hojiper an.l Ml.is Dressier urre
in.irrlcil at .'. o elo. k last en nltiK at the
hoiti-e of lte Dr I'liapiinin. an Uplbco
p.il nilnlstet In (Jtediillle, N. J . In the
present i nf the bride's parents anil1
other relatives, anil a few profession
al friends. Mi.su DrtHsler Is a handsome
and popular netress,. about twenty-tle
ears old, and one of the best character
old women on the open. tie sttiRe. She
Is now ulth I.llllan llnssells' loinpnny
nnd will play this week In Philadelphia.
'I he company left for that city at 10
o'clock this mornltiK, and Miss Dress
ier will follow later In the day
The maiden name of the commonIaw
chilnvinl was Dora Itielnhardt She
was fot mer! achorns Klrl, and Is now
about thlrty-seven ears old In 1S71
she married deon-e Harris, a arlety
actor, who dederted her six ears latt r.
She says that he Is dead, but Mr
Hopper assetts that he Is allie and can
be produced, and that h has never
been dhoiced from Dora.
Hopper's relations with the woman
extends over a period of eleien ears.
She sas that he has always presented
her ns his wife, and that they have
lived constantly together Accorditiir to
her story she was the moulder of Mr.
Hopper's fortunes. hnvltiK saved thrniiith
affectionate thillft fi) from his salnry.
She sa8 that he recently Induced her
to kIvp him Jl.iiO) for Investment, hut lie
declares that he i;ae her f 1.01 out of
his pocket In exchange for her prumlso
to let him alone
When the wnmsn encountered him this1
tuornlnic she holly berated him for de
serting her, anl swore Mat she would
Wc guarantee you better
value for vour money than
you can get anywhere else.
No matter what others ad
vertise, wc still continue to
hold the lead.
MMum $
207, 209, 211 AND 213
Near Chatham Square, N. Y.
Great Special
Worth at least $10.00,
nffF '" It'll
li ifftll
TMs hard-wood Upright Re(r!g2rator,
w:rran!ej Charcoal Filler
One substantial 6-foot
Oak Extension -Table
given away free with
everv purchase of $40.
Special attention given to all out-of-town
orders. No eit.a charge tor freight
or packing of goods.
Price-List Mailed on Annlication.
,1 II? DOWN.
prasreut" him fur nlmndonment nnd tnlte
nusnnil Hillsfn 'Hon nut of Mil's Deseler.
line nlitht not lonu nico she ntttckel
.Miss l)r'ler at the staKe d jor, hut as
restnlned liv hyittn lers, and she hit
repentelly thre.iti-nc 1 to kill the actres.i
nr dimlcure her with Itrlol She re
ne.ite 1 .ill thi"e threats this morning,
and left with the deehirntlnn that sie
w ia Raliie to put her r ire In the hands
of an aitnrnev She R.ive Mr. Hopper
some of hli huslnes letters hut refused
to surrender .1 iimintltv of Miss Dress
ler'H lettets, which, she s.is. she will
rererve for evldenre In her action at la.
Tbp mArrliir- fit M1. Anmtlf IU11I to HuitiT
Itmirr nt 112 lat Mitt ninth mrett took plir
rittrrlii, Itfv Pr Mal.ner nfM.latlnit tlinntr
u. .rcl l TTrme ll.rilpn flpr nhicli the
tTldal couple itrtr.l for N'URara r!l
Munler uf Ciirrnli ItpfiiKee Klin
tlllineN tiri'llt K&eltrmi'lit.
Ill) .n.irtsi.l PrM
SAN I'KAXl'lSro, Mny ".News wns
hrouKht from Japan hy the steamer
1'lty of Itlo Janeiro. concernltiB the ex
citement over the nysnsslniitlon of the
t'orenn refugee, Kim, n ShanKhul Ja
pan Is Kiently excited over the crime
nnd the leadlui; newspaper, the TiJI
Shltnpo, flatly accuses the (.'hlnese Min
ister In Toklo ol asslstlm; In the assas
sination. The TIJI even asserts that Wow? itae
a dinner to Kim the night hefore he left
Toklo, and It concludes with a slashltiK
nttnek on the dutdlcltv of Chinese di
plomacy, which winks ,u falsehood and
encourages politl 'al assassination
In t'nrea there l repotted to he preat
political excitement over the Indecent
rejjlclnn that fnllnwwl the r celnt of the
news of K'm s niurdT The Klnic ex
posed hl.s part In the plot by sending to
Che. Commissioner of Puhlic Works,
and thanklni: him for the success of
Montr, the assassin Home Is one of
Clio's devoted followers, and he was re
wared hy a htch army appointment on
his return from Shanghai with the corpte
of the letlm
Vim Itrnil TIip Ki ruins: Wnrlil '
Do nu Itrnil I'lie Sllllilli; World"
r A Frugal g-
Jjfj Meal. W
Ijf vv ts huse-clcan'nK time. ' " '
' ' ' Ii very oik' tircU and cross ; every
thiiifj cut of j I .ice and wronjj end foremost. No time to fool
away in cooking; no liie, probably; no appetite, perhaps; no
comfort, ceitainly.
No Pearline that's t lie cause of it. A litt c Pcarline,
when you're cleaning hcni'-e, makes the whole thing smooth
and easy. With anything about the house that isn't hurt by
water, you can save time and hard work by using Pearline. I
You won't have to use that iub. rub, rub, in getting the tiirt
olT; that saves other things your paint, for instance.
Peddlers and some mucriipulou- gr cer will tell you,
Rp.A0 lf "this is as pcod as" or "the same as 1'earlinc." IT'S
- vv C-1 FALSI. Pearline is never peddled; 11 your grocer
sends you an im-tation, be honest semi it mot. J MES PYLE, New York
t vJlM I I li
liIHKniV I'MlKIt OVR tlWN SUPER. $'?
TIinithFtilli; VK HIN1) Ol'Il'tKl.VE.IAND '3k
r.vMtvpt;nciiAsi:iiTi)Ki.EP oahmkntb J.
oiiiiKitiNti (Lining or us is nv no $1$
mi:ansa co.sruAcr that you miould .
TsKiniirv. c
wi:iiivi: vor Tin; option.
tin: iiariiains wi: 11rrr.it this wkek ,-;
iQt'AtirY, nr toLitst:, taki.n into '
l1).sllli:ilA'I10N. ' ," ,
I Kirs. IlIAflll.VAI.s.I'lN L'HKIK.S ANBI.'EAT ' -K
Tin-r. noons Aim tit'AnANTcxn nr &
I iatra kink wr:.r.iNti ijuamty: Aiaa." ifX',
1 i.MionuFi) llYl'S Mi
SUIT (Toiinlrr) $16 WVi
TROUSERS ,Tnlril i 4 J m
iNo iii'inr, t iinniFfM.v ciivuk oa zfim
Ma1I.1I) TO ANY AIlllltES . ''H
32d ST. Jr tf)j
1'imril am a Sen nut Klrl, bat Never ?X
Slii)-il I.niiic In n I'onltlon. J'JI
j Detective Wnwne, of the West Sixty- Wffi.
e'Bhth street station, arraigned Berth i
Wyler, a pretty yonnK woman, twenty- "
four yt.irs old, In the Yorkvllle Pollc 'A
four! to-day, charging her with being k
tlKhonest dome-itlc. t
llertha would remain In a position but js
a fev days aeronlhiK to the detective, '$
nnd would then disappear, taking with S
her her mlstresi's drtsses and Jewelry.
Several romplnlnta against her havo
lieen made to the police of various sta- ".,
tlons f
One of Herthi's mistresses, Mrs. Cnth- , 1
arlnc Schmllt, of "1 West Seventy-first
street, nppeared against her to-day. -
Hertha remained with Mrs. Schmidt a t
week and disappeared last Thursday '-I
with a silver tra and $50 worth of
clnthlng Wnwne found the tray pawned u
at 9i3 Third avenue, and there secured 'TS.ij.'s
the address, 103 n.ist Seventy-eighth Pifj!
street, from the pawn ticket. On going Twj!
there yesterday he found Uertha and. J& 5
alio several articles of stolen property. ffi
Justice Voorhls committed Dertha for '( ?
trial In the Court of Special Sessions. u "?
I 1ml for tlir sreoud Time To-noy (l
Mi'Doniilil Wna DUclinrucd. '3 W
Tatrlck McDonald, twenty-three yean Wvi
old, of S Hist One Hundred and Fifteenth Cj
street, was arraigned In the Harlem Jpl ?
1'ollce t'ourt this morning on a charge -''i
of steillng a coat belonging to Carl 3f T&
' Williams, of !13 West One Hundred and jj j)
I Twentieth street , '
Ills mother produced In court a pair of jj.
1 troitser" and vest matching the coat In vri i
material. Mr. Williams examined the ui 4
I articles and was sutlatled that they were y.- a.
not hl. ,, 5jrJ g:
, Justice Rlmms thereupon discharged K ,Y
McDonnld, nnd Detective Mooney, ot the .J'T
' Hast One Hundred und Fourth street A
station, rearrested him ) S
I Mooney told Justice Slmms that Me- .j
Donald answ.'red the description of a J I
oting nun who was seen In the premises 3 J
1 1.2 Dast One Hundred and Thirteenth .f
street .1 few nlghti. ago, where u robbery 'h
w-as I'ommltted J pt
Mrs. Nelson, housekeeper of the prem- U F
les named, f.il'ed to Identify McDonald m w
ns the man. and he was discharged for ja i
the i-ecor.d time 5 It
fiiiiRrrinitinii lleeiiinoM Denf. f ij
(Hy VaioUate.1 Prrrs ) ll A
SI1IM1T0N" Ma T -I'.erresclltatlvs firia. ,0 ?3
of Detroit ! tu the arr of cilnfnt auriiti ot ijT m
Npm York In thv' hopo rf oifr.-omtllR the tilj
den aCtKtloii if tout ilcifnr. White there ! ' 4jH
a hope 'hai ireltmi-nt nay reitore el least partial tt S1
hturlns Mr titlMn te 1 ri'pareJ to retire from fR ,,JiU
luMi Me and n deiote hlmeelr to lllerarr 'M' rJJU
pur.ultt Me wee at one time the Ian pertuer
ot Um M Illcalntan ,J.
You Hend The Uvrnlnar World I 'Q, ,
Do You llnU The buudnj U'vaJtlf HjU
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