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NIGHT EDITION RACING SPORTS
A WEEK i GENERAL
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MEANS t or J SPORTING NEWS
1Iw Morning and Sunday J fififi fifift
Worlds net paid lead in < >
dfy circulation A MONTH IIlN Circulation Books Open to AlL 1 I Circulation Hook Open to All I ON PAGE 8
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PRICE ONE CENT KKW YORK TUESDAY JAMJAKY 7 Jl1I PRICE ONE CENT
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PERRY BELMONT CLAIMS HIS ELECTION
CONCEDES STATEN ISLAND TO LESSLER
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I BANKER TAKES I I
ti POISON DOSE
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Henry J Smith Tries to Kill Himself with Strychnine
in the Coleman House
Jreeno J BmJth fortyflve years old
Calcirtbhlc hlm elf all a banker but r
ftuln to tell hU addrei attempted to
commit suicide thin afternoon In the I
oleman JIou e by nllown Krych
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IMiroZmnn i onieme ummnnil in am
oulino from the Nw York ll > iplil In
hlh Fnlth iran taken to B ievuc HOF
pitalmtth
Smith gave the name of m next fr end
a ViUm II Htele N 77 Water
Mreet
MGOVERN READY TO
L TRAIN ONCE MORE
Little ExChampion Will Begin Work ToMorrow in
Hempsteads Aristocratic Colony for Fight
with Dave Sullivan
IfP eUI In Th Crnlnc TVwM 1 i
HBUP8TEAD L I Jan 7 HportF1
men all over this section of Long Island
are Interested Just now In the mitaJ
mnt of Terry MoCknern the crack
f rwlrat In Ws rxnr home In rut
tpn atreet thU Tillage A large corp < K I
CiaUtanti are bullY putting the place to
rlcht and making It comfortable Mr
A Retxa haa charirv ot thin work and I
baa aoeompUahed much toward convert
r oJ In O e old hou o la keeping with Ita
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arhrtocratlc neighborhood
Th larre barn aim In a < nt mtM
up tm a KynuiMluoi where the little
TWO HARLEM INSANE
MEN COMMITTED
DRUGGIST AND THEATRICAL
AGENT GO CRAZY
a Oart > t1 r and famnel
KjbjI 1It to Ilellrrnr for
Kxmatlatlon
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Magltrta Jlott In the Harlem Court
today comrnltled to IVIlevua Honpltil
tor examination 11 tn their winlty two
mm who It U belWnnl nM Insane
The nrllt tae wa that of Jnriue
I A Carpontjor a < IIUR t fnrtyt o
rS old who live with hv wlfem 1
threo au r > itweUlne at No VS V < t
On IIundrM an1 Twrntythlnl trei
Oriw > Uer wiaa until sIx wrvlui It O
a dnarttat at No ZV BlKhUi nxinue
II m it with buXnefx rrver nml at
that Urn u lel1 from his pUin
II for nonpftjiridnt of rent Sinew th ii
place haa be m uaeil by Martin
nbrrc aa a confectionery tore
Lt night Carpenter went to the
Iftore and demanded that Orecnbure
1ea and turn the pUc over to him
Th e man wma IrvdticM to return to hia
horn but thla morning he w nt buck
to the place anJ f irlmlnic a knlfa
apln denmnded th cnburc leavo
Policeman Gibbon Aummon1 ant
Carpentter wax tat to court Tho
man wife ald that Iftt I tJotooI
that jm hMtaMM Pnd had become
weak She li now conducting a fur
i lahed room hi uie
p Boon after C rntter had been com
mitted the police nf the I avt One Hun
dred and Twentyirtrth Street Station
t p eam to court having In riiMody Samuel
t
I Klmball fiftythree yeara old who live I I
with hli wife Irene In a furnlnheil
room at No U Euit One Htindrr and
Twentyrtfth tr et I
IXisnbaJI wai rmnrl > nn nilverit
iif acent an advance nstnl for thek
J tiieil coraptnU an I naa con ll rM
wealthy He hM met with tnnlre
t refers however nnd during the last
four weelu has dev loiM > < aiiUHnl
mania Durtnc that time no ho mob
four unmuceaoMI tf5tnpt In end hi
11f
To < lay hIJI wife lImnn1 the imllce
and had Klmbill tvmov l tn court
where he wan committed by Miitclntrile
YOU for nbaenatlnn and examination
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Wf1Ww j
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r WEATHER FORECAST
eait for the lhlrty li
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hour ending N V M WVd
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ne dar for > ew York City
and Tlelnltrt < multi t n
alb and AVrdnemlnri poe
A alklr rain or anovri freah
c urIr wind
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> iuf
iAlm
Urooklyn lad will begin training to
morrow for hie ft1H with Dive Sullivan r
nt oulsvllle on Uulilnstono Illrth
day Adjotnlru the quarters urn the
tail of Sadl 3 Mn and the other
thoroughbred belonging to 8m Harris
rim Sullivan and McOov rn
Many characterlitti attribute of u
nuceiwful purlll home may JMI Men
m rery > lde Prominent nmoruc tKeac
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In the former i1mnu > lonK nmclal foal
cot a II enormous black MllycoAt whoM
prothdt icy AR 1 nrrtler 10 a source of
much amunemint < o Terry and his fc > l
lower I
One of tft latter remarked toda > that
he would back Hilly for a ro with
Hob Fltuknmona famous lion
Muoh vurprlie has been lqIrd
among local sporting men aa to MoGor
erni tardlneM In beginning training for
hla rUrht with SuUtvui They ftar that
the Drooklyn lad haa undereatltnatd h
oP OJInt ability and will enter the mini
f v rly condltlone The extensive prep
aration < < lnc on at the now retdcne
would hardly warrant this belief how
ever and theme on the Inild are rx > <
the that McOovern will face hk op
ponent In the very pink of good health
YANKEE SAILORS
FIGHT RUSSIANS
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Clash Between Crew of Vicksburg and Ozars
Soldiery at Nieu Chang China
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WASHINGTON Jan 7A Berious
clash has occurred between American
Bailors of thu Unlttvl States ship
VtckuhurR and the Ifuiwlan soldiery
at Nleu Chan China There have
hon three IlKhlH and ns a rntult one
Russian soldlor In rnlortr wounded
I The matter was made the subject of
complaint liy tho Itucnlnn Amhtuuia <
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BT lOUIS Jn ifllx masked mI
lentetml the National Stack Yarda Dank
north of KxiKt 3t Ioul II last niht
and after capturing and gagging the two
night watchmen and llremtn at the pUnt
ant blowing open the vnulti with dynamite
mite secured 5 X In coin and currency
with which they decamped
For nine hour from 7 oclock latt
night until I oclock ihl mornlnK they
were at work on the vault The entire
Haul fit Louln police force aided by the
St 1oulK pullrr nn > hiMrdlnK All the
avenue of e Mpe tint ill yet hive ah
t al neil no chin In tin robbers nho It In
mild encaped uii hoteebnrk
lei > Ihllpot riio of the watchmen n
Itouch Rider friend of President Ituoce
vnlt and n member of the uellknown
Kentucky family of that name wan the
first to fleet with the robtura
Th thTo robbers took IhlliKft to the
comrK lnic room of the Daily Nut nnal
Htuck Vnnlji Rerwrter nenrby nfl lilil
him on the floor
He im tHiiiml hand nml foot asxl
Oxfords Stroke Hurried
IONIKN Jan llarcourt Gold the
famous Enillnh oarsman who four times
itroktd Ozlord to victory ajsjnat Cua
vk
ov
dt Hhli 1
dor at Peking to United States Minis
ter Conger and Mr Conger In turn
ban Informed the State Department
Secretary of the Navy Long haa
cabkd Commander Ilnrrr of the
VIcksburB to use every effort to pre
vent further collisions The Vlckw
hurl Is In winter quarters In a mud
dock at the mouth of the river and
cannot bo released Iwforn prlnir
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SIX MASKED MEN
i DYNAMITE BANK I
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Capture and Gagg Two Watchmen and Fireman
Before Getting to Work in St Louis
Stock Yards Bank
1C14r gr 1 with towels Three other mm
01 mo In
I line of the tilx men HHJI ent out to
acetic aflyiely rho In the vicinity
Allwrt ltep the other hank watchman
wi caught on the Milri of the KT
ehniKo Ilullllni II wags forrrsl to no
to the CMmpo lnic rem where he wa
nliiD hound and KKKKH I
Night efrnian I W Clark wa taken
uiiawkreii In the stnam 100ani o he
ICxrrtnnKe HtillillnE He raie4t and
wna IxiII Ixnten Iefor h VIHJI nub
dinI He win alan tiiken to the mm
1 pmltu room ind left nounil nnd xuirxeil
with hln two cnmi > nloni
I About midnight one uf the roh3er <
I van left to uuard tin thnr r itlvr >
I while the other rive went to the nnk
I Ahlfh l > loeatiil in tno first lljor il inr i
licharue lluUJInM near Inv centre
With nltn > lcprlnu thf roblKra blew I
open the steel door of the vault These
I noon ot A double thlcknei of atcri
were ahnttered and the banks book
and pAIr blown Into nhredn
They took nil the currency nnd ocher I
I coin lincnuitlru 11 iSoiil lSil an nearly j
in the hanks ofilren can estimate
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brlolII and who rowed iBalnit the Amer
Ican crown at Henley waa matrlej In
London this afternoon to Miss Helen
I Jlacln an The L ander Oxford and
Other crawa sent hand om prtnau
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VERY LATEST NEWS
IN BRIEFEST FORM
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LATEST ELECTION RETURNS
Six districts jis Relmont 462 antI 333 for Lessler This II
includes only one Stan Island district
ic Eeenth Election District of the Third Assembly Dis I
trii gave Belmont 37 Lessler 15 Ward 1 and Bennett 1
off in the vote
This showed a big failing n Tammany
The Severn election District of the Third Assembly gave
Lessler 69 and Belmont 94 This show d a loss of 38 votes
for Lcssler compared with the Low vote I
In the Thirtyfifth Election District of the First Assembly
District of Richmond Toitenville Lessler got 121 Belmont 55
This is Lesslers home district
Eleventh Election District Richmond gave Lessler 133
and Belmont 77
Fifteenth Election District Richmond gave Lessler 141
and Belmont 158
The Thirtysixth Election District of Richmond Lessler
33 Belmont 100
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LATE RESULTS AT NEW ORLEANS
Fifth RaceMenace 1 r Annie Thompson 2 Monos 3
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PAINTER FALLS FOUR STORIES
Richard Bennett a painter whose home is somewhere in
East Eightysixth street supped from a scaffold while at work
on a building at No 1085 Washington avenue today fell four
stories to the pavement and fractured his skull He was Taken
to Fordham Hospital
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WOMAN TRIES SUIClfiEJN HOTEL
A woman known as Mrs Murphy attempted to commit
suicide by inhaling illuminating gas in the Sagamore Hotel
Eighth street and Third avenue this afternoon She was
taken to Bellevue Hospital dying
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CAPT DELANEY RAIDS A POOLROOM
Capt Delaney of the East Thrtyfifth street station raid
ed an alleged poolroom known as The Dumbbell on Third
avenue between Thfrtysecond and Thirtythird streets late
this afternoon He made no arrests
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ACCIDENT TO SHIP
QUICKLY MENDED
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Steamship Finance Bound Out for Colon Be
I haves Strangely Off Navesink
The steamship Finance bound out of
thin port In Coon uhich pa ed out his
afternoon > IOPII when off the Hitfh
landu of S vmin < and th > mirln >
nerveri nollce1 Ilm ereaplnir from tim
vwel
After a while she turned and had e l
TIGER ARCHITECTS
TO HEAR FROM LOW
MAYOR ASKS ABOUT THEIR
ARMORY WORK
f all fur n Ilrporl on tintmcf let
hider llorvnn A
laflerT I i
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Trouble II In IIItM for the Tammany
architect Horiran A flattery At the I
meeting of 1M Armory Board In the
offlc of Mayor Low thta aftamooo
aft < < MT ml bUU from the M architect
Of
Oft
1MrkJ 1 U
ntt for > > rt hut when ofT toUni1
LJbtshtp she ujflln ulnptml and on <
rrr hetdlnic south Ir > eetei elowly
d hr > 0 e
It II euop1 that come < Iem ppr
I stave way nnJ thit repair were m0e
on hoaro No nmunlcntlon ws nid
I with th < phore
n n
I ml > een pi < vl Mayor I jw looked ip
H < l n k1
11w imio armnrlei ire they nrni
te i for
V thrn in the inAer
At the rrourit of the M i r
A i ni j I nn he
erretary if the Hoard to nine a renjt
lh fi 1 i fnrniail n > nrfTnlni nil me
rmor httrrt ontrat
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WARDMEN ASKWHY
Imllrleil Ilihreliirn llir > Ilinil
linn 11 ll < n in fur True lllll
Ixiul Hoirmin ttfirnv for W irlmn
Dnnej and rtchoenlcM mid In roinui
Patrick fox f the Tendrrliln tittlnn
Indlote for iiiulixt if dut nuile nt > iII
ottion to Jiidcr Pnnter in the i ur >
i Bpeiial 1ss in 1 s for irni
to U Bxet I no mlniir t it r inuil
I Jury He rllnlnI1 ihi I 1
not havln been arralajnl M fun >
Unc otrate did not know what they
wero Indloled for
AMtitant DUtrlctAttorney liyrne op
poNd the motion Julie Potter me
Mrv d 4ecS111OG
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Republicans Declare that Expose of Wholesale At
I tempts to Use Belmont Repeaters Brought
I Them Many Votes
n
In the Second Election District ot the Third Assembly District a voting machine to
taIled the vote in lifiecn seconds as foilows
Belmont l t Lessler > 7 Lindinier IP
At the last election Shepird trot 2H and Low 80 in this district
When the polls closed at > oclock this afternoon in the Seventh Congressional
District Perry Ulm tnt and his friends expiessed their belief that he had been elected by
2500 iiMonty though they did not have the same air of confidence that was manifest
earlier in the day
AontUue Lessler the Republican candidate and his friends on the other hand
felt certain that the expose of the wholesale attempts to use Belmont repeaters had
brought them many votes and were claiming victory by 700
Belmont practically concedes Staten Island to Lessler but counts on Manhattan to
roll up his majority
A dozen arrests were made today as the result of the expose of a most daring plot
to vote Belmont repeaters all ovei the Seventh District
ExAlderman Joseph Welling was arrested with S 1 > I in new bills and lifty watchers
certificates signed Perry Belmont just after he had paid William Hartwig 52 Hart
wig says a repeaters plot was arranged with Welling in Belmoms headquarters
Joseph Pye a Tammany captain in the ThirJ Assembly District was arrested on a
similar charge No sooner had he been bailed than he was rearrested for causing a dis
turbance at the polls
At 130 oclock this afternoon Supt McCullagh announced that he had just re
ceived word that a large gang of Belmont repeaters from South and Front streets had left
I for Staten Island to stuff the ballot boxes with illegal ballots
AlcCullagh rushed all his available deputies out He said that every man of his
that he could reach would be sent to Staten Island Wholesale arrests arc expected
The plan appears to be to vote the repeaters between 3 and oclock Most of the
men have been working in Manhattan but it has become so hot for them that they
decided to move to Staten Island
An Evening World reporter was sent to Ar Belmonts headquarters to tell him of the
exposeAs soon as Mr Belmont learned the reporters errand he locked himself in his pri
vate room the door of which usually stands tfpen Hive minutes later he sentout word
that he would see no reporters
The desperate attempt to carry the election by wholesale frauds was first uncovered
by Superintendent of Elections McCullagh through confessions of men involved The
scheme was to vote repeaters in the Third Assembly District using the names of dead
men and voters who had moved away
George B Jolliffe the Chairman of the board in the Twelfth Election District of
the Third Assembly District was arrested this afternoon on a charge of aiding il
legal voiiiig bv allowing two repeaters to vote under the names of men who had already
voted and was detected by AkCullath Deputy Quick
Inspector Brooks and Paul Chapman anticipating a rush of repeaters in the last
hour 01 voting and consequent battles at the polls established headquarters with a dozen
plainclothes men at Jefferson 11 ket Court late this afternoon Magistrate Olmsted
will sit as latc as may be necessary to attend to the issuanc of warrants
llrlitll ir IlI f iln lirixeedliiit n III lie finlliit nil inu I Ilil rilllliili
ACCUSED FOR HiS
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BROTHERSCRIMEI
ANTONIO DE PASQUALE HELD
ON DYING MANS CHARGE
riiilll One tiUiif IeIge tiuiitliiu
nl I rIer lntii t In
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man r onvinc Inlllitf I th < wou4a
Dial raiud his death WH shown aa
tmnflrrC InHI ent held Itr
Arnlniitk hearo he Jt4 En the 1n
eral II > i > ltnl nJ hat Antonio De r
q OIl iiI iht him Nicoln dc Paaiiuaie
a hrothr < > t Aninnio ha ipir Jm t
that h nIl the MiltiB and A number
of Italians teniflmi that Nicola Ired hi
i 1 8r 0 oi the iiollle road on Dec It
njiii Wsieil Ambrn tnu
HIV Iunun if 4i the wttneue
wa v > the 111 that Ami i 101
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hasIaIe epiesred ant rr t
br flrrt clvi tlwt p0 p n 11ln
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brotiicr
I lie IIMI orld llliiumtn lcl
him niir forcIcniTt hays ni into
tin 1nlteil Hlnten ettte l Ui tht
airnunth tOt n part > r IL MNI
uMintryu great Itirnao n IMIIUII i
Lion
hC top T rly TYftlel tn iSo 110 1011 I
a WI trap i il >
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WHISKEY TRUST
GETS IRE DELAY
ACTION TO FORCE PAYMENT
OF DIVIDEND GOES OVER
siurkliiitiler < laths that In rnliin
Vrr llrlnu I nl In nrll Vt urU
IHU < npltnl I
SfP K N J Jar T 4ounie for I
I f 1M l > tmllin < unjiany
of AmnrlM l tter kiouti is the Vhn
5 < v Tr jt nacV Application befor
VI > < i1 > in eliur Emery In the Court f
an f v tlav f > r KJ orlfr if cim
pal r1II meer of the omPlUW tu
answer iuestoru In tho null hn > u ht by
i itiiiudera n > enforve the paymnt
of dividend hkh It ii ulteem the de t
fondant eporatIon his refuneil to do I
for iwveral years
II > inaent of count the appl < atton
I went over until Feb I
Tho atp1iathon nuide before Vtie
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i haf tMir Itm rv he ifitlr iiiHr r
the pmr hogs hegue aat June to
Henry J Ititmtr and a number of
alokp4 Ier I 13 me1 by the IJI
plalnui tr ut thi > Ire tnr are hoidtrtf
bk Inn whl < t l1nuf hI IPI
ti lllt iil 4ihl are ulnic thrie > air
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HI 11 < a a I
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f Lure e lull In due Hoy
T tI U
a 1 1 f ji < i nori It 11 ml 10 fur f W
It tin 1 IS etiS bat s
Advertise hotiocs homes ind apart1
menu for ale In tko Suaday VTotU 1
L 4e J lOt >
BURIED ON DAY
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SET FOR WEDDING
EDWARD H MALLIET MET
DEATH BY ACCIDENT
Mr riirninn to liom He AVna to
Mn > e Keen tnrrleil Irna
Iriited ti > Vinrk
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Inlead f ennir tn the slur tn txt
mirrteii Kdward II Mullle 1 well
knA n JewcKer of Jerey tlty wta
burled t day
Th bridethstwustobe Mrs Ida
S < Ht Furman jt Jersey City HeUhu
It roua I < S
Ir Mallet wa run over Saturday by
an expreaa train of th r < nn ylV4nU
Railroad at Waldo avenje Jersey City
and tantly killed He wn ifltin
reAdjr for hl > rp < Hoj morrlaB when
he net his deati
Mr lillII i I1H < I at Nn W Jeirett ova
ue with Ita parent fid Utlc daughter
Ite wa thirtytvn > rtr oUI Ills wife
Ht thltteefl year ago
llrt Kurmar nhim Mr MalU l was J
mirn l > onilnnnt member of
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Janet city 4it i C > When she learned
f het uiiu rnt she AAO ned and her
11 In vr mi t > ii brn critical I
II r 4 I er th < 1 xk will aK ot J
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1te br Cornellut Urttt At Bar
Oottlieb Aadno omclated J
The remain ulU rut UJ
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