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J NIGHT EDITION RACING SPOUTS l
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SPORTING NEWS 1 SPORTING NEWS
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PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK TIESDAY FEBRUARY II IJMhJ PRICE ONE CENTi tl
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H MAY EXPOSE
I POLICE PLOT
i Tell Him Ill Tell All1
Shrieks Minnie Kurtz
I
L I in Anger
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1 i VEXED BY LACK OF BAIL
I I 1
I Believed the Woman Will Tell the
Details ol Conspiracy in
I Bissert Case
I Senatlonal exposure of high police
I S I officials allcRcd to have been con
cerned In an attempt to shield Ward
f man Blsfert hy roncpillnp Minnie
Kurtz the Mar wltne are threat
en tl The Kurtz woman lingered lit
her apparent desertltm by her
I
friends declares that If ball was not
provided for her at once she would
4 tell all of what the OistrlctAttorne
i rails one of the greatest police con
I spiracles for years The case how
I
I over wns adjourned
t Durlns the preliminary hearlnc In fen
t I ire Street Court today of Minnie Kurtz
T the woman who known according to
IMstrletAttarney Jerome all alxmt I
plot to frte Wardman tllnsrrt he lost
If her temper In conversation with n man
I who ivin whlnperlni to her
You tell him hc shouted that If
he dont cet hill tr me rlzht nay Ill
tell everythlnc He know what I cit
tell and It will Incriminate more thm
I him If he lInt cet me out of thnt rell
In a hurry hell he sorry
It wai learned latrr that the man n
whom the Kuril woman mude the threat
nai County Detective noilley of Ula
trltAttorney Jeromes staff Volley
wm formerly a MeCullach deputy lie
vis Brciitly n tuttr and hurried from
Ii liulldlnc UN iwon aa the tirade ot the
nmn wa hut off
I ll < uii leil ullh Jerome Men
I
liwyer Henry Hoffman represented
e icJiuWJK Qmf1 In court He com
r lined Itnt the IlfntrlctAttorneyi if
had hrld up the papers and refused
rive him a chance In read the rom
alnt MiKiMrnte Cornell was India
nnt and rxpnmeil hlmwlf oa 1IIIh I
li oine nf the methods adoptnl by
M Jerime > amltanti After iklnK
the jip M he Knintd me adjourn
i ii ake I for
Wlii Mr Huffman wa ttlklne to tile
M Mlmrate i wIMeyel ItntlvlJu Ihll
cuird at the
eroil to the policeman on
s 4t e ind tA I > allowed b II tOt the ri IT
Iij lit apiroaehe1 the Kurtz Adman
Ih wi Ms illn by hircilt In u < vir
n r o tl inclonurr nnd enaastl her
i oiierit Jn WM evidently an
n > > I iy III Intelllsen Imrnlted in
nr Jil ooi iiil el bc vole
I Vi is J 1 I hiir > ie rrle I
In tut a < Jtp in he Imk uml thjln
III It Will eVt If frl Vt out Of J
Im t I if Aiitlrj If h dont want
01S 10 irtlk he miiit < me nil rUht
mviy
In the ease of flu Kuril oman the
51trlclAitoitny IHP re erv < il liln right
Ii lake fiirty Klit hours for the Kcru
tiny of any hall innl offered It If
hop l that thi iIsa HI8t Info t of the
nnman In not tcittlni ball will lenl her
lo make a rtinfiMAlon
An Kvenlne World rfirier found Ie
I ted Itt WiKile > liil afterniMiii and Hiked
Mm whit msiiitliini1 hirt was In the
julbnak nf th imui
Nom tnit I know of replied the
dctcctlt Shi AIIH hIrlcII and hol
lireJ a mi be aj > plie knew I wa
onnectnl with tin DistrictAtlorntyii
illlrc I hivent nnl any drjllti with
her mil < int know what rhv wa talk
Ins about
FRENCH EXPLORER
IERE TO LECTURE
HUGUES LE ROUX FOUND i
SOURCE OF BLUE NILE
I lio rouulit t rnh In Ihe Siilmrn
tnkii liiiiilieiin t Itt
Jnnir II Hyde
1111111 Ie lloux tin French llttert
I tiur explorer civil engineer and us he
4 iitjlen lilinncU man of the worl or
t rived here to lay on the French liner
Ii r J inrosnc
f
Hi was met nt th pier amonK other
liy J rues II Hyde iln 1 lecturer mid
VlciPrelilfnl of the iiUltile Lift Ai
nurinri Society
M I Itoux In lnri for the purpose of I
lillviTlru litiir < > In viruum nnriH of
the Inltrd Hint and nevrriil of the
t > rlncliil HliH of Iinadi and Cuba nn
Ahyxidnla Nluro In njMiit nearly a
C v ir iilrroivrlnn thn tiiurco of the I II lie
Nile Illvor anil effectually blocking a
ichemi of the inkll li uoviTiitnent to
bull a railroad ncroim thi country I
inn firm lectiini In NVw York xvlll In
clven March li befnn thn tleiiKraimlciil
Society nt New York Ji > will ala
jptak hifnre the radetH of W h < Iolnl
Maroli 1 on III war In the Sahara
Desert between the Frenci and tb
> alls it winch hi nok tart In Im
IwturrH M I Itoux will hivt p Httf
und photiiBraphs of il i in ukln
M Ie Itoux went 11 inc I i I Iyiua
home at No P Kant Fortieth Jtrert
L S ind after luncheon thrro left thu clly
for llMtoo
1
o
r
1
CAUGHT HIM
CRIBBING
I
City Employee Expelled from
Room While Taking Civil
Service Examination
HAD TEMPORARY PLACE
Leipziger Appointed Advertising
Expert on City Record Will
Now Lose His Job
While c < Stitr Senator fiallieher wt
C itichicllnr an rxamlnitl of ratnll
dates for oflle thl ifternoni In the
rm > t the rivll s rvlir rnmnili
xliiiur he lele trd ono e them erlh
lilns hi re4Ie f the iiumtinn from
miniurrlpt tie hi 1 mtnreap In hln
Mckrt Mr liillashiT promptly took
Ih min tiy the nhoulil r uid run him
out of thr room
Thf allrurd Vrlbber wi N ti Ii Ip
ilser trother of the Superlnun lent of
Ieeturrn for tn Iloanl of Kduealion
1lpzillr was mail n lempiiiry sit
vertlslnR Xpert > y < > sown thr tuw
KurlonlM Huperlntinilert of the Ilty
llecord Imler the Ivrwrv > > run a he
coulil not > > e ti in nil > ippolnted un
III he had pmrt thr regular xamltu
lion
AFTERNOON NEWS
IN PARAGRAPHS
LOCAL
At hr meet tie f the It r 1 of
AU rnrn I jlav JhU A Hipp rt
move I tin ailiiiil n f 1 rc outtvi
rijiieilinit the Itiilpn I I
to order the Mrtro otan itallway
fompiny to Imiiellit > nt In elpetrr
ar Instead of home ear on the
KlRbty > Mriet crom lIne TI e
rexolution wns referred to the Cim
mlticf on law jnil lr IIIUIi
SUBURBAN
thlef if Pollrc llopler of Neirk
receive I ii trliiram from tin nuthori
ttct ot IliiiUnn N V tiiilv niylnff
1111 the Jeuilry found in th no
snii nnii Inrcir > wli hail teen
raldliiE New Jcrney < tile hail tin
Moliii in that teA 0 Air Arrow
mlth of nnirri a hi vrik robieil
nr Ideatlnil he lurtl ir
A cnni > nF < ilalr pipe burst ni the
iei of thi Nurtb Oriniin Un > d
Kteiin lilp riiMiiinl > 1 at tin foot nf
Third liirei Iliilxiken toij > vrifk
sit un lntluiuii an I ut fir to the
dock iTit workmen had imrro
sseflliCe and then weis ionstfleratile I
rxeilrnient
Iliomim i HrldRelanil Umllnc miti
In the iuti ThiMtrc Htick rompmv
illicl at liU hiriie No 21 Court mifet
Ni aa rk tiit > from hrurt troulile
Hi un tKk < ii 0l the tiie of llla
rte > tt Theilr In that Ill y a week
irti while ictliu tlrldseland wi for
> even year m the company if Atihui
tin Paly dnl later ailing min lor
JnSlu Arthur
TELEGRAPHIC
PltOVlDKNCK Pile lockout wilt
hn IMCII in effect lnc < Feb I in the
Nutlonal Providence Worst < d Illver
slili Wrt wi t and Manlon mlN nf
the American Woollen Company at
< n yvlle vlll lie ralrei lomorrau
About trA operatives are cffeftr1
PHILADELPHIA most Im
purtant work of the Pre h > neri n
Iommlttee on Ilovlnlon ha bern 1C
cotnpllihed and iweral of the mem
bent hive returned to their home
firUUKHTON H OTlie carnival
parade at the Hxponltlon wan held to
day At the head of the line marched
the Cook County Democrat riiib
nOl Ouullcr of iforKla and the
tate City Ouard of Atlanta partici
pated In the parade
ST lAll Llly riiicit fIr < 5o > Van
Hunt Hennlur Knatvold today Intro
diiod a nlll i > i > ri > I > H itln < Jiiii i
pay the expeimeii of thn Atturney
titlieral In the mercer ull
ItOrtTON Hmall Mnynaril Co
publlnhers nf this city have uuiigneuL
to Norman II While Treanurvr of th <
lk > iton HuokblndlnK Company nf Cam
hrhl
1IALTIM011KA olld > Ihr Utu
ttle of IltarAdmlrHl Schley Ix Inches
high h a tmtt ricclved by lildor liny
ncr cuunnel mnr the Admiral Mr
llayned ha < no II fa who vnt him thi
Mtatiietlc
CABLE
llltlHHCUSA iKlnclmirni of tav
airy luid to be iulilllonr thin
afternoon In order to dUprrne tai o
clallHlit Will made a dcmomitratlon In
favor of universal iurfrage
IIOMJ KONC1 Accordlnif to reports
which Imve reached here li twiin four
hundred mid live hundred boohn In the
western suburti of Cnntim have been
tune Nj loss of life lias been re I
purlid
IIIiFAST The bulletin iMtinl thin
afterno3ti from Clunlebo > i regard
ing the health of Lord Dufferln thii
former anvernorUeneral ot Canada
ihowi that tile end U near
HER WHIM
STOPS W RK
Commander Wainwrights
Wife Resents Levity of
Workman
LAUGHS AT HER MISHAP
Not Recognizable in Crowd an Order
Is Issued that All Wear Badges
Secretary Long Recalls It
ANXAPOUS Mil Ken IIIn the
llrrtli place a hit of lace on the nklrt of
1 rtrn worn hv Mr Wilnwrl ht ifa
of Commandant UilnrlEhl cnucht on
a bit of Ituntwr while ehe wss p lnr
through the fnltid Stnteit Naval Ac ad
emy md < au ed her mnmrntary em
brrmnl
A ngr workmtn who wlttiem rh
m hap Iniichiit Mr WtilnwrlBht
vixrl rcpirted him hut could not pick
him frfen out a crie1 of other nuroc
I iViinmindant VnlnwrtKht who U
Sup rlntrndtit of the Acidemy then
orbred thit frry tretnie snd l
t rr mpl > il by ionirnrtor In the
Arilrmv cr iinN Hh uld wear a tis i
with his mini and number and the
Trie of Mf Tinnver
There ni an Imrdltte term of In
1rnntMn P I farlln < > f No y irt
ireet flrktvn hi the lire ron
tract < anol < ni loy mn lhw n
workmen Ml men rrfu ed to wear the
ac
1oW
We woit icr dir pollir fir anr
nin wi the eiiiuli anouni nifnt
fr im ih > v trkmrn
An Ir > nitn tretnr wa h M it
> mlil 11111 a hh i meVinl
nil l irfr rTrefrntlne all the ron
firi ir vdrl o ln > re Walnwrlffhls
iler They adipinl fi of resold
lion nd ni a copy to Concre min
V y Miiild wh I H member n the
Cinnltte on xil iffnlr < and > i
prhip4 m et I niil lo epurln nn
s > p ijirlntlen Cr the rnlarreil Nival
Aeident
j L < M3J a I > i0 eiJ 1 to the 8ate
lviIittqt of Maryland The reilu
tl ir drUred ihvt the mrri rould nit
neir tim or hidipi of nn > Hind thoiiplj
thev conxntid to inrry card of Meiitl
I fleitliin and pre mt them to the z te
irl to jwr on of proper Hiithorlty
They milntslnel Ih1l one let of win
Utlon wn miIe to govern the em
ploye rcpreitng the eontnitors and
1 dlffrnn t m sit in ippl to the em
ploye of the kvirnment the Iitttr not
ben rniilrci to < trry bilge
On fell I the diy ei for the Wnln
Hilcht oritrr to iri Into effect eu
pliiyee prentii heir card for Menil
tliMtlni ind were admitted without
Itleitlrm lull Ill Keh 4 the nrder nun
trlitly enforce and the Imploycr of
P J Iirlln A fa clue were not pro
vldii wll i i nlcr < were denied Himl
Iii AH a oon iiirnce all work was
stopped
The few implo > ee of the Hoffmm
iintninlni t mpiny who had t > ailf
which i inplled with ih > nler ere
rmltted to enter the iround The
wen not fully however and a the
cirlln pi mpny hii iintrirts for tIe or
Iy ill ib > hiilldlnet the work us prac I
tically stupptd tbroiiKhout the rr irva
lion
The troiieli oiitlnued to crow ind
H clash between tin St Hi util K iril
io rrnmeiit wi Imminent when Sc
eturv Ioti a ho hul > een drmn Intu
he mutter dlncte inn tmieid uf
earlnc liidKii the men ire rtimlred
onlv to carry tMdrfe > f identllcatlji
In their incktH md preieni tinin when
iljtd upon iy proper mthorty Thl
ktltflMl the liridklynltro who returned
to work The nirlke was over
WITH BROKEN NECK
SUED FOR 50000
WALTER DURYEA ACCUSED
i OF BREAKING AGREEMENT
InlnllrT ita Vnnnic Mllllnnnlrv
fulled to > lnrUel Intenl a
I
Ilr IrnpiKeil
Walter K Duryen the young million
iilre starch manufiieturer wlio baa lived
inarly three year with i broken neck
lii defendant In a milt for IVlftV before
Jit llce WrUht of Syrncii sitting In
Suprrrni iouri her
John J Hoffman who wan foreman i > f
the l IX factory of the Duryrn Htnreh
Iompnny and after the ronnolldatlon of
the National Hurch Company from Ii71
down to 1HW l3lmn that he In VJ1 In
venleil n starch Ion that would not let
the nturch sift out lie declare that
Walter tluryivi told him there wan a
fortune In tin Invention and that If he
would mulctl a thrri iU rlerii Interest
In hi lII1trnl he would ariranlxr a tso i
Ml company 10 make the Uixes und Rive
him KII wortn of shares
He rsyn the companv Ito i not org ri
lied nor the nioniv paid lie nurn for
rAn and II filfitment of the contract
Diiryran deposition taken at hit
home win read In court by filbert
nay Hswe hln cnunacl Mr Duryea
i b Inc unable to appear
J
ft i 1t T rtt s I
VERY LATEST NEWS
IN BRIEFEST FORM
t T
SIX OCLOCK RACE SCORE
The score of the leaders of the sixdny ice at Madison
quare Garden at 6 oclock was
r Miles Laps
HEGELMAN AND CAVANAUGH u u 263 0
SHEL TO NAND GUERRERO u u U u 254 1
GOLDEN AND TRACY 243 0
DAVIS Indian AND CARROLL 241 1
FAHEY AND METKUSuu 241 0
GLICK AND HOWARTH u u 235 2
JAMES AND WIL ± IAMFEENY 225 2
HEER BROTHERS 221 3
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LATE RESULTS AT NEW ORLEANS
Fourth RaceScarlet Lily 1 Macjyie Davis 2 Andes 3
Fifth RaceSir Flonan 1 t Eva Rice 2 El Ghor 3
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MISS BEATRICE GOELET DIES SUDDENLY
Miss Beatrice Goclct daughter of Mrs Robert Goclet died
his afternon at her mothers horn No 591 Fifth avenue after
a weeks illness with nesles Her tcath was a great sur
prise for up until noon today snc appeared to gain steadily
Ship was sixteen years of age
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REPORT OF GREAT B R T STOCK ISSUE
It was reported late this afternoon that at their meeting
today the directors of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
decided to ask authority of the stockholders for the issuance
of 150000000 4 per cent bonds Sixtyone millions are J5
be used in refunding the present bonds and the remainder for
improvements
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CIGARETTE CASES BEQUEATHED IN MARY PICKARTS WILL
The will of Mary E PIckart of No 27 West Twentysixrh
stret filed today jivns away a great deal of jewelry and other
articles of persona adornment Th will contains these
clauses To Lotuc Palmer of Portage N Y my gold r arette
case To Frank A McKenney my gunmetal cigarcM > base
To Chart s J Stedman n > SbO coid slug No petition was filed
CRUSHED ON THE L
John Keating of No 300 West One Hundred and Thirty
third street while at work on the tracks of the L road at One
Hundred and Thirtyeighth street and Eighth avenue today
was knocked down and run over by engine No 134 in charge
of Engineer Pennington Both legs were crushed and he was
taken to the J Hood WrightHospital A u
OPERA SEATS FOR PRINCE HENRY
The Opera Commlttt having In chars the nrranKtmnnts for the night
of gala opera In honor of Prince Henry held another meeting his after
noon at the Chamber of Commerce arranging for tho list of boxholder
Boxes and feats for the Imperial party were allotted according to a tint
furrilsheil by the Herman Ambassador at Washington It eonlined jllt
fortynine name hut these were no made public There will be no free
tI1t1l asld from thoe furnished the Imperial guesti the President over
nor Mayor Hear Admiral Robl y 1 > Evan Col Hlngham Mill Gen Cor
bin Assistant Secretary of But e Hill and Commander Cowl N S N
the brotherinlaw of the President
FIER AT SHERRYS DESTROYS SHEEHAN DINNER DRAPERY
I
A email blaze In the banquet hall on the third floor of Sherrys Fifth
avenue and Fortyfour MroH thin afternoon rained a rmlpanr among
the waiters A score of the employees were fnll lIed In arranging the room
for the bauquet which John r Sheehrn Ii ader of the New York Democracy
Is to give tonight One of the pieces of drapery ciuitht fire Onr of the
waiters rushed to me street IT lux Sheehans dinner Is burning up
The fire was quickly checked
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CARS RUN AT LAST IN INGSDRIDGE ROAD
The Klmcsbrldge road trolley Ito running on Hroadwav from One
Hundred and Slxtyiierond street north to Dyrkman street WIA put In
operation for the first time The people living In that pir of the city han
wanted the line for a great many years and the Metropolitan Hallroad
Company has been always on the point of hulldlnK It The construction
was lieciin last year
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GEORGE J GOULD BUYS FIVE BLOCKS IN ST LOUIS
u
I ticorgt J Joillil lu tiurcha d fire blorkn frontttiK nil the river In
South St louU The ptoperty IK taut now u CII tiltI I the Cntoii Ciii
press Co mnj Mr Jon 1 pid i COO for Lie lead I
The site nit lra ie ur 1 n PD I r llt ttlon
which Mr Sotild has lately been forming between Western rillriadx
I NEW YORK RUNAWAY BOY BURNED TO DEATH
CllnAHO Feb II It n3 < stated nt the lnuiex today that tile boy
hurnl to death In the Orpheon Th art fire Sunday iiljrtr v K Ittlllp
Adams and that ho had run away from his homo In New Yok tlirt1 week
ago The newsboys trsld the boy had ta d tltem h ra Plillp Arms nIl
that he had run iw 1 y from w Iind potent
I
KICK IN FOOTBALL GAME MAY COST HIS LIFE I
vililini Hrnati iwentytv o > oiJ of No So Iuin tt nvcnn llri <
lyn Is ilyhiR at his hum fiom iiuirlri rrrelved in a game of fr tlil v i
work afri last Fat unlay The lUUl man wnv llckil In the iomh Tbe
Injury it the time rained himonly a sllgbt palo I
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CRISIS IS EXPECTED TONIGHT 4
IN YOUNG ROOSEVELTS ILLNESS 1
Secretary Long Tells Evening World President Is HopefulPleurisy
Checked but Boys Temperature Has Risen
fly lnnaIUln Telephone
Ono of tin callers mi till
I iidcnt today wns Secretary
in tin Xivv LUIJ who came
from IIM hll in Ilingham Hoc
rctnry Img wa ecu by an Kvcti
ing Vorld reporter jut afti he
hiul IIIMII a lung time talking
with I ItiMirtVih
Tlii1 Pniilcnt ami Mr
Hojiovih art much liappior tii
diy than thcv have IHMII at any
time > iiuo tin illmi of tliiir on
wit niitionnivil niil Secretary
Long Iroiileiit lioo evelt is
now contulcnt that the I my will
rerover ami Mr Itoonfvclt feel
tho a lilt cinitiilriice On ac
Mllllt of the C < of
ilciiri tIle erii in the right
I lung Imp not heen reacheil luit
the hoy is uit ironp that there 11 I
every ionfulciiri that he will pull I
thrmigh
Mr Uooievolt is now II hit to
rest lxenii + u ilio is oniior ill her
mind ami tin
President is ro
livpii of MIIIIO of hi anxiety
Tin outlook is favorahlo al
though tin Roosevelt hoy is still
a very aide Jad
EXffECT A HIGHER
TEMPERATURE TONIGHT
I
DOi I Tit 111 WII
OnOTOV Mirt Feb U During j
the day the temperature of ycxims
Hoosovelt has risen and at 3 oclock
It wu conilderably hlghr than thin
morning
Thin was fully ppcd by the
physicians said H < rotary Cone
DOG A CREDITOR
Of A BANKRUP
GEORGE A BLUMENTHAL
SAYS CHICAGO HAS A CLAIM
Amelia ninabnai 1tanaarr
L lion ledue nn lndehledne
I to John Due
I
lor ie flrt time In the hlmory of
I >
1 tiinkruni 1 iti jp > e > m on the re
I 011 t i redttor In tie Billion of
Oeorfe A IHumeniiMl fleet loU > a
lb > tatemrnt Ihlc MO j Ann his a
I Just and 11111 claim aralmt me for
IV ihlcicav master Henor Maceo
ha a laid far WV John Ilo mtrt
I unknown amount unknown appear
Mr lllutnenthal vho for the eotil
I time In rldilcen tnanth N u filed a
Iitiiiti 11 bankruptcy I i the buhic
i manager > f Amelia Illnirhunr ro ud
ampau Ar ur lo to Ui > r Atiri
1am A Taunky MUIII far Illilniilithll
the petitioners tndebtedne 14 me remilt
jo hl umureniful cndeivor to run 1
i roof virden at summer on top of the
Amerlun Theatre The lUtillltlen Ire
I nxel at JIIU md the 1 eu Jlf which
are Poaerer only nominal Amone tle
I redltor n med are iounle Van IIvi
ifeldt for JJV and William Frederick
known In iudevilir < lrol > 1 lfr
j rlck the Uren for H > > I
William P Me dr
a theatreon ncr lt
North Adimj MIM In the lanceft
I
retior i clilm niovintliiK no lli <
Illumentiul imen ne erjl chorus girt I
j4 ach
Of the I Ill anorli I5ll I retire
kente1 ti > a Utm lii an irilori for
Sreirh nf < ontrit iralnt Julia LIt
for in Hotre I
I
SOCIAL EVENTS TONIGHT
Dinner of rhe Sheriff Jurv Pine
at the Savo >
orr1 Atumlnl bainiuut at the
Waldorf
Member of the Silk Association
din 1 Oelmonlcos
Dinner to Jainei B March at the
Hroadwiy iVntra Hotel
John C Sheehan Is dltuil at I
Sherry II
To Cnrr a Colt In One hay
Tab I i4ii i Uroma itjiuii TbUt All 4ni
lola MluiU 0 mes r U It tit IS ev r C t
8vT s ifittur U ta O to ta
k
ai
oI
I H I + e + H H
HAS FIGHTING CHANCE I
t
il SAYS DR G F SHRADVif
t Ilr George F Slmdy made the following report to
j day on the ease at Tliroilnre Rooaevclt Jr exclusively for
1 The livening World
i
I It Is always bos to look on the bright aide The boy baa the t
ir advantage of youth and a atrong constitution There Is I chance
for his recovery If no further complications set In Of cure t
pleurisy Is a complication but I can he overcome Everything t
thus far Indicates that only the ordinary symptoms of pneumonia
arc being developed Let us hope for the best fl
n
you It Is simply the progress of
the II ORM and It I very probable
that the temperature will he very
high tonight and tomorrow morn
InR H Is expected that the boy will
be worse tonlicht and tomorrow
morning than he wis this morning
1ro the statement of rising tempera
ture do i > not Indicate a serious turn
except as was to be expected To
night anti tomorrow morning will
tie the critical times
lleurl > I heeLed
I
Hut the progress of the pleurisy
In the right ItinK hu twen practi
I cally checked ant the left lung II
i about as it was this morning The
respiration and pulse arc uncbanged
Mr Cortclyou reported earlier In
the day that the crisis in the left
lung had passed but that It was yet
to be met In the right In which I
pleurlsy had developed
It lUl not until 7 oclock this
rooming that hut boy began to rally
The delirium appeared as rapidly
as It hid developed The patient
dropped Into a deep sleep at 6 oclock
and awakened nn hour later appar
ently much refreshed MM Roose
velt and Dr Umbert who were
cloc ly watching lt the bedside spoke
to him and he recognized them and
asked them about bil father
FRANCE REYARDS
I I GIRL DIPLOMAT
MAKES MLE DE VILLENEUVE
CONSULS SECRETARY
I
Inrrexei Her Sulitrj 4nl > Wonmn
In hlt > Vlni run TrUe Krrnrli
DlrlKllon
PA III 3 Keo I Mile Jetnn lie
I Vllleneun nu nii appointed Settar >
t of the Frmih rnJitieneril In New
i York Mile le Vllleneuve iihu belong
M un old fimlb > f lrjv nee n been
1 internment rtrk fn nine year
Hrr utointTnnt whith AJI mJe by
I the Foreign Mil set M nlcat
mark a nw Jepirture u 1 I Sellevej
to 3e ihe nrrt tim i woman hit en
ipl ltitel to a p Hi tIle Jiplon tic
Aervlce
A Worll revirtrr raunl Mile If V
I Ieneue tu the mja office at C n ul
iiifril Kliuml llnivMin ottlceat No
S rflone exv merrily paying the key
of i iyMHrfier She took the dtupAich
i nronnlnn tar ippilntmrnt very travr
I renl I through carefully jnJ thii
with I merry liush ru iel aaout tae
nltlcr hoiiK n to nu clerk after
Mnither An each read the niifl 4i4u 3e
joIned in tile jaiiU Jlltll me ollmlll
trillnl out at 111 rIv lie umre lilt I
11 imiir lu njulrt hl all the merri
I ment CIS jtKui He rtMil the iirjipnih I
atail xlit It H all true except that I
I Mil It Vlilenruve hit iren 1 mniDfr
of hi illpi > ii4tli niu > rh1 for the 11151 I
I nine > enr > ttiiI thai her iinimmioa VMK
realty jn lnrre ee in fff tiirr from
3 1 b ib 1 month rather thin a change
of < lutl
Vtill see sLti Mile 1 e VIMetieilve
nh > i < it till liinlinie biorij about
twenytlve ye4r il I am Jut A
> tnuiiiraplur ml tyariter Ike yini
AmerIcan all eniplo To oe cillrl t
lerk miiinU very nie tmi I am nuch
MI niitr iiearnl a th the Inirm a 3iy I
M > fimi hue Lin In tile Krenn
rt I in rt CII liii i tii 1 apl
I inherit i Iklo rir lerliMi a url 1
I flullil IIiullli In Knnir ml nil
> r aico atne 10 Nta i irk to heinn
irt of a r MM LI the tunniililn
eriil I bive been lre ever Mince anil
I KUiHn IliltnlltK Kill einpt me iwiy
O ulenernl 1 llruurl if Mile I
ile Vllleneuve hi > twtn ii fillhful em I
ilnee nf tIt4 attic ami I Miould lie
nurrj to ie her i She lerve her
ioJ furlune phe I > the only MUIIIUI I
krow i r In New Vnrk who nke
I h 1 in uii iIeM A cretl ilejl I
0 I itOjii t whi Vll sUb Ihi
Vli i 11 I ntc lllI tie rtie he
xin t lie V e iii nii etnplov t nniei In
Up if nt I illlre l a you In In Wu oh
1 1111 IJ I < 1 think of but Three
i In th ervis In tlil < cnuntr >
1 hi nffereil hr i I
Mr rr1 r over Ji i
will I f him und Mr IMniud lia
temi r iuitii u large salary nut
nh e leave She prcferf err
KV I 1 your American > > Mem of
tltloni large rnlit with uaccrulaty of pu 1
f
I
r n w r e f
Secretary Long arrived early thIs
afternoon His visit was unexpected
There was no one at the station to
meet him and he reached the school r
In I public carriage Jt J
President Roosevelt lln tl
sick room at the Infirmary whs eJ
word of Secretary Longs presae
was sent to him In a moment bs
went over to the Gardiner House
The Ircaidcnt remained a UM t
Gardiner house with Mr Lang uaU J
the Secretary left for Arc at 21 g
oclock and then Joined Mrs Boos f
vclt at luncheon In the Infirmary
The Presldentfi stenographer Mr f
Darnra arrived from Washington f
day and within a hour after his ar
rival a large quantity o mall 1
lent to the postoffice I
e
KING AND POPE ASK
ABOUT ROOSEVELT BOY
WASHINGTON Frt llTt toim
ported here that ICing Eta today
asked Ambassador Choate about the 1U 1
flea of Theodore nJ Jr and that
Pop leo has ordered bulletin of tiMi
IMJK lllnr s sent to him
Detail of r nan HooirTrlt
rcndltlnn nrlll br fnand on Jag > U
n f thi rdlllnn a
HER FIRST PARTi
CAUSED HER DEATH l
i
EXCITEMENT TOO MUCH FOR J
LITTLE GIRLS HEART i
Aniell ixiiUler Mi Kiplrr J
Vlillr Telllnu Her Ialtirr j
u I Slip Ktrnt
t
f
A core if little gIrt romreJ ani >
itinced in the home nf Amelia Wlnkler
In Pulluiie ivenue tnlon Hill N J
I > eteflty I Wa Amelia riith birth
diy tad he win giving her first party
Tonvirniw these same little girl with
lifnl towed ansi eye teardlmmrd will
follow n tiny white comn to the cem
tery And In thrt coffin will b u
Nib of Amrlla l
lion the hurl of this hlld gave way
under the excltitnent of her fitat ixt j
wrl < ne a a htcai l an Md a story
I ciii te tom In the new > of ody I
For Ck > < ie had panntj for hsr
hlrthl > nart > he aroc out the In t
1titlon lerlf In qiiHlnt chlidhsb
hiractrra tnd ulth her own hsndcjL
sic ixnteil them In he p i > tofnc tt
Lnlon Illll To every wrItten Invitation N
the Jilt1 n verbal otto No little girt
Kl
of her lcquvintanc WHX overlook fi
rues came > trnljy after school 1
Amelia ere cake ami candy 111 i
the aMtilinic if her mother and twi
if her mot Inttniatr friend They
aere very iinuj of the honor those
t ai little Intimate friend l
iwt i It rime to trf dark at t c k
in the evenIng the little ueotii went to
their homes Kiaii of them kissed
Amelia Wlnkler anti Kluhpit her manjr i
luppy retunin 1 very very Uttle tc
girt were M irjll nf the dark that t
Amlu went with them I fir as the 1
Cat and ntood there with lau hlnc < c
IIt enniurajtfment until they wee A
nifo In their own doorrunl eru th
tnet
The Utter of the tMrty hail not been
cleared awn when Mr Ulnkler mm
home At 7 oclock Illii little one dune
Inc with lov and eicltemrnl could
scarcely unit until he haul doffed hIs
livecnit and bat no jntloui was she la
tell him ilniut her panty When be WM I
I free tu innwi her ahe climbed Into M
lip mil with air rtimhetl check plllawrdj I
iiilnt hl < nhoiiMcr abe related th f
min A ihe lr i Ira evint she hut i
k tit 0 4
Sudlinly the voice of the child tat yc
her She bent her rhl wlih her I
clenched hand And slIpped to thi Ilrit
Wiieii her father picked her up h N 4 5 o
J j
car dltrijie up rln > lucrd br ii
cltement wa what Dr oUelae u
nn the Coroner illp In t a9M
id CHUM ottalb v
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