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NIGHT EDITION RACING if SPORTS
GENERAL d1i4 GENERAL
SPORTING NEWS 4J t SPORTING NEWS
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COURIERS OF PRINCE
ALLOWED TO GO HUNGRY
RearAdmiral Count Von Baudissin and Lieut Reb
ensburg Spend Day Paying Official Calls but
No OneInvites Them to Luncheon
Two men climbed wearily from the
NavyYard tug Nnrkeota to the Im
perial yacht Hohenzollern this after
noon at 3 oclock straightened out
on deck and made a rush for the
aloon uttering loud German orders
for food They were HearAdmlral
Count von Dauillsvln and Lieut
Uobemiburs returning from several
hours of visits of courtesy In New
York during which time not one per
son to ue a slang hut most oxprea
nlvo phrase asked them If they had
a face
Kxcusn us said Lieutenant Fleb
fenburg to reporters who tried to
block his rush to the victual head
quarters but we are famished Not
since early morning have we eaten
Didnt anybody Invite you to
lunch 1 queried the reporters
Ah no replied Lieutenant Reb
senburp sadly as he disappeared In
the direction of pungent smells of
cooking viands
Thus did our lltistrlous visitors
advance agents for the brother of
tho Kalsor spend their first day In
New York In hunger and thirst for
the famine extended not alone to
food It is probable that In their
travels they passed as aany on five
hundred restaurants but they had to
wait until they got back to their own
ship before they could eat
Made an Earlr Start
They nuntcil out tins morning on the
NarkeeU for a itt to the NavyYard
where they paid their respects to Ad
mimi Ilarket From there they writ
in Oovernors Wand where they P aII
hle
th4r repocta to Oen Brook
they were at the NnvyYnrd the numb
workmen knocked off for tho noon
Iimch while they were on Governors
Inland Uncle Barns mimonth fight
ing men were mowing away their mid
thought to
day rations nut nobody
mention nourishment to the illustrious
Oennan visitors
Tho tug landed them at the Battery
and
after their Governors Island vim
then they drove In n cab to the omco
of the Mayor arriving there lit I oclock
They had breakfast six hours pre
viously IUd their oallor appetites were
dotaff some demonstrations
Bni Nobody Thought nf Food
At the City Hall they encountered a
nxrtx Cameras were levelled At them
trim every sid Stalwart policemen
fought a way for them through the
e uah At last they reached the Mayor
Ue asked them to nit down
But h didnt ask them to eat
Prom the City Hull they drove to the
Co nee of the German Coniiul He doubt
Ittk supposing that they had partaken
of luncheon did not even k them out
to have a glas of beer They loft him
and went back to the Narkee ta which
they board nt the ttattery II
4rN w York Orrnt hat
lAjr they pawed alone tho gangway on
the lower deck the cook opened the door
leading to the galley The visitor raw
big plate of steaming beam a hot
fragrant cake of brown bread and they
moiled the IncrnM of a mew mlnKlrd
with the pleating odor of boiling coffee
Their mouths watered but nobody
asked them to rat
New York II IL great city but they
dont seem to be through with It ald
the ItearAdmxnl when he had natlnlei
hU ravenoui hunger on the H > henzn1i
Urn I wu here In 1WS and the cIty I
Ra all torn up It remalmt In the same
condition From Appearances your peo
ple have gone Into th > sky as far ni
the can and now tney ire burrowing
Into the ground Mnrvclloui and won
derful Is your city
He wan too polite to ak If New York
ers or eat
llrrrlrrd nt Cllr Hull
The nearAdmiral and thone with him
Including Ileut Ilcbcniourg Conitul
General nucni and Cap Clifford II
Vnl aide to Commandant Ilarkcr of
tho NavyYard reached ihc Pity Mull
nt I oclock When the Admlnil and
hl party won unheri Into the Mayors
otllpn many In the crowd ontnlili iwiihed
In Hftrr them
Slnrlleil h > r Hiplixlon
Jint ai Admiral von llaiillnln nrd
> kli officers entered the City Hull they
1 wero utirtlnl by n terrlllo oxiiloidun In
the tiuemenl nf lh kullillng
A photographer rr a Sunday newe
paper wai trying to get a tlnlillnht
plfltiri of the MirrliiKM llnriMU lie nc
clilcnMljy niUiil nil hIs flash Powder
Kt onor f
Ulnilws ncr limken and the rriBh
Inx glarni nddnl to the omlnoiin tmund
nf the ixiiloidiin
Many In the crowd that hud gathered
to wait for the Herman Admlrnl were
> for a innmiiit murli mon mnreriml
about t tc iphiiifl tliin i his vl > ltnrM i
Its the IVtilann tryltiK to hlmv up
the Jirniin Nivy oniilioily erlcil
Ttri excltemept Iniited hut a moment
llwn with dllllculty that the police
men In the Mayors office kept a pao
nround the Mayor and Admiral large
enough to perml the gentlemen to bow
wlfioiw jcrrit Inconreiilnce
ealt Vev introduced the Admiral
end his trttndt
Mayor Low bowed and gave pact
gayly uniformed ofllcer a high han
hake
The tair Greeting
1 am very glad to see you mid
the Mayor
The Admiral responded to like effect
q i er you hod a pleasant voyage
The Admiral bowed smiled and ad
mltlrd he had hal a pheasant voyage
Uont you sit down remarked Mr
JUROR COMPLAINS
AGAINST LAWnR
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ACCUSES ABRAHAM LEVY OF
OBJECTING TO VERDICT
upon five In Judge Kn te r
Who In rcinililrrlnB H Jerome
JUr Act
Abraham tev3 of the law firm of
Lovy ft Inger l01 In trouble thin af
ternoon by verbally attacking the fore
man of a Jury which had rendered a
verdict adverse to 1evys client In
Judge KoMers court
< > tiaate Orniteln was found guilty of
assault In the first degree having
thrown vitriol In the face of a girl
named Mao fnnnetllli
Levy met Thoma lUllly the JUIjs
I f nmm n the hill later ami saId the
verdict won unjust cruel contrary to
evidence and outrageou
UHtly re > orte < l to JuVte Foster who
ald he wouM ronsller what can be
done ond announce his declilon on Mon
dv
the trlctAttorney mak take some
action against Levy
It II P IOlIlhln to disbar IL lawytr for
uch an attack
MRS SEIKAS FOUND
IN BOWERWL
BROOKLYN WOMAN UNABLE
TO TELL ANYTHING
Ill In the Occidental iliac Katnr
dy After having Heen Trentrd
nt Ilrllernr lIoplll
Mrs Charlotte Hopktns Helxas the
wife of Percy Solxa who disappeared
from her jome No 14 First Place
Brooklyn on Jan 24 wa found In the
Occidental Hotel on the flowery thl
afternoon A friend of her husband
covered her tiler
Mr Selxa and his family ihylcl
were summoned and they took her to
her home
WTien Mrs Selxa was asked by her
huiband to tell where she had been she
could give no coherent account of her
wanderiogo She had seen at the hotel
registered na Ml s Wilson ulnce
i Haturday morning la t and nearly all
the time had been 111 In bed She wa
dressed exactly ns she had been when
she left home the only mining article
being a diamond ring
Inrtlcatlon showed that Mrs
S lxas applied for treatment at llellel
vuo Hoitpltal a week nEO yesterday
fiho wis ndmltteil to one of the wards
under the name of Mlin Ash She left
there as mysteriously aa she aid her
home >
Acoimpinylrvr hier wo a young
woman who had been an Inmate of the
ame wnnj and who In iiIui lu be a
sunographer In n mivlnm lunk It is
thought Unit Mrs Hclxasii whertaboilts
were dl x > vred through her
Neither Mr Bclxiu nor the physician
would moku any statement regarding
the CAW
KILLED IN RAILROAD YARD
Janice Cnnror Pail fuller Cur
UhrrU mill In Ornnnil lip
James Conroy thirty years old of No
3 < S Johnson avenue Jersey City wits
killed last night by Ha NA Jrny
l1 Ill I Itallrond train on which ho win
employed ns brakvmitn
Ionrny wits tngiiKiil In
onry drlllltiK a
train In the railroad ynrd when hn lout
his bilmice fvll under
r u car and nuts
Kruund UP lnforo > heli could reach him
Ilu died Instantly
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One Un > > Jiurnvy
r onirl > inl llillroil Irate la calcizo id
CI Iin4 run on r > pi4 ichiloi Las Nw
Tntk dilly il oaxaliat laltntU Aik br list
ItMM
Ixiw as he mottonM to four hlchbcke
chairs that Secretary Heynold had put
In n row
All took scat and the crowd moved
up closer
Tnlked of New Vork
Seated in there chairs the Admiral
nnl the Mayor talked over the nurprl
Inlf growth of New York City The
Admiral said he visited New York In
IMS and that he marvelled at the trans
formation that had been efftcted
All rose and each of the vbiltora
roned and presented his card to the
Continued on Second Page
JACK FROST WINS
CHALLENGE PENNANT
SHREWSBURY ICE YACHTS
BADLY BEATEN
tuition Hirer not FlnUli First
stnd Second Hr Wide
Margin
mmrKEEPSJPo N T r u
The evon4 decldlrur ice rtit race be
tween the Iudi > on River Club and ttle
Shrewnhur tN JI Club took place to
day It wan won by the Jack Frost and
Icicle of the Hudson Itlver Club
which defeated the Dreadnaught and
8ud of the challenglnc club ThUi
wan the fumr order In which they fin
ished In the first races and the lIudJlOI
Club retained the world challenge
pennant
The official time wt as follown Jack
Frost U minute 21 second Icicle
IC7 minute H 34 seconds Dreadnaught
1 hour 2 minute 12 J4 einni1s Hcud
three mile from finish M minute
IS second
SCHOONER SANK
OFF ROBBINS REEE
CREW STUCK TO HER UNTIL
SHE WENT DOWN
nTmn Wnlrhed a Ther Toiled
at ramp to Keep the George
W Anderson Afloat
A big threemasted nrhooner went to
the bottom near Bobbin lIt Ught
Home this afternoon Five men were
sthorii her when she went down and
hut for the presence of a line In the Im
mediate vicinity would probably have
host tholr live
An It was they were fished out of the
try water In an exhumed condition
The chooner was the O W Anderson
She arrived In port mat night from
James Itlver Va laden with a cargo of
railroad tie and railed lowly up the
lower bay dropping anchor near Rob
bins Beef llghtshln
A aoon as breakfast wan over today
her CMptaln put ashore to come to the
city and report
Scarcely had he left tho vessels side
when the crew of four men who were
on board riotlced that the Anderson
wan leaking badly They manned the
pump at once and for live hours kept
up 1 desperate bittte agalnut whit look
ed like certain death
Hut the odd were too great The
water poured III faster than they could
force It out Higher and higher It
row In the vessels hold ant gradually
she began to rink
Her deck cain nearer and nearer to
tho surface of the water nnd Juet n
the clixk In the llghhou pointed lt >
hinds to noon she gave a final heave
OMit with a roar of e wlrllng water went
to the bottom
The four seamen and the steward had
ptood on ilfok during the Ian few min
utes of the ordeal When the vessel
went smut n they sprang Into the water
nil far from the ilde of the schooner
n possible no as not to be dniKgid don
bv thu suctIon
The tugboat Hcanillrmvisn hid been
iverliig In the Itlru for > onn mliiuti
Ilrlnr to tin aerldinl Cnpt Oenrge
t4tu hId on had iintleiM the action t > t the
nchooiivr nnd dlvlnliiK with hln mariner
rs eye what would probably happen
nj ready for a rucue
As sooli an the Anderson mink he
crowded nil full sirim and hurried to
the spot when siii went down lln was
nonu too KMJII
Chlllnl by the liy water the four
rumen anil utimanl wen about In clve
up when the tux mil nloniolde them
and her crew pulled them aboard
Hot tort fit anti stlmiilnntH Were IIIHn
In tutu men When they hid partially
recovfrd dipt Htapleton look them up
I Htaplelon H I where he put them
aboard 1 trnln for thin city
The schooner Its In deep water fine
and her cargo will probably be a total
Iou 1
VERY LATEST NEWS
IN BRIEFEST FORM
PRESIDENT STARTS FOR WASHINGTON
GROTON Mass Feb 13President Roosevelt left herE
at 430 this afternoon for Washington He feels that his sons
ecovery is now assured
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6 OCLOCK RACE SCORE
The leaders score m the sixday goasyouplease race
at Madison Square Garden at 6 oclock was
Milefe Laps
HEGELMAN AND CAVANAUGH 526 5
SHELTON AND GUERRERO 505 7
FAHEY AND METKUS 499 3
GOLDEN AND TRACY 0 491 9
GLICK AND HOWARTH 472 2
DAVIS AND CARROLL eo 446 9
PEENEY AND FEENEY 442 5
LATE RESULTS AT NEW ORLEANS
Fifth RaceJessie Jarboe 1 Annoy 2 Major Mansir 3
5
SUSPENSION OF BROKER ANNOUNCED
Formal announcement of the suspension for sixty days of
Harry Raymond of Raymond Pynchon Co was made by the
Chairman of the Stock Exchange just before the closing toJay
4
RUNAWAY GIRL ARRESTED
Fifteenyearold Lillian Mercier who ran away irom Her
home in St Lawrence Uanada was arrested today at me
Urand Union hotel She was in company wnn a man whom
Uilmore and sister i ne girlS parents are said to be wcaitny
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5000 SALARY FOR BISHOP ANDREWS
CINCINNATI 0 Feb 13At the Methodsf General Con
ference today it was voted to allow Bishop Andrnws of the
M E Church S5000 a year salary That is S250 a year
more than any other bishop ni ts and was granted because of
Bishop Andrews resident in New York
a or IIr1l
REWARD OFFERED FOR POLICEMANS SLAYERS
Ill
A reward of S1500 has been offered for information lead
ing to the arrest and conviction of the murderers of Policeman
Charles Mayer of St Paul Minn Mayer was killed by three
lien whom he caught trying to rob a saloon on Feb 1
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IM j t f
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NO GERMAN ULTIMATUM FOR VENEZUELA
WILLEMSTAD Island of Curacoa Feb 13ln diplomatic
circles here it is denied that Germany intends to shortly pre
sent an ultimatum Venezuela
WOMAN BURGLAR TRIES TO BREAK JAIL
WHITE PLAINS N Y Fob 13Mary Ellen Thompson the woman
burglar who plundered a numbtr of haunt In AVentcheater County 1114
caught In an attempt to break jail hero today She had been Indicted on
twelve counta and was about to be taken to court when It was dlscoverwl
that tube boil sawed the barn of her cell and due an opening to the Jnll wall
under the flooring Had she been left alone two bourn longer the Jailers
nay she would probably have escaped The woman Is now looked In the
mens prison te refuses to tell where she got the saws
PASTOR ASKS TRUSTEES TO CUT 10000 SALARY
Rev Dr David Gregg pastor of the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian
Church Hrooklyn hu MJI the trustees of the church to cut his salary
from 10000 to 18000 a year Dr Ores who U one of the bent known
and most popular clergymen In Hronklyn has been pastor of this church
many years
Mr Or BKs reason for his request Is that he does no believe a man
should receive a salary larger than he Is worth
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HUSBAND KILLED SHE ASKS 50000
WHITE PLAINS N Y rYb 13One of the heaviest actions ever I
brought In Went cheater County against the New York Central Ilallroud
Company for the iota of a life wai begun here today Mrs Kate A Dana i
of Ilronzvlllc stiea for JSOOOO damages for the loss of her husband Dr Al
trod S Dana a prominent physician of Itronxvllle who was killed while I
crossing the Harlem tracks six months ago I
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JURY AWARDSWIDOW1 15000 DAMAGES I
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When he wir killed by a trolliy ear at One Hundred and ThirtyelKhh i
street and Third venue home month ago August Stevens was a milk I
peddler thirtyfive yiani old and iarnlnx 12 a wtrk Ills willow left i
with two lahliii sued the Inlnn Railway Company and In ie sit eaie1
Court today a Jury awirdul her u judgment for SlfidOO ant five per
cent of the nmount for her lawyer
BOOTH TUCKER NOW AMERICAN CITIZEN
Frederick St leorge tin Li Tour IloothTurkii Commander of tin
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Salvation Army In the tnlted States U now a fulllliolged inirliin rltlsfti
Justice Ilcarh In he Supreme Court iranl < l him hU final papers thN
afternoon He made his original application r hrn he cant to New York
In 1S90
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POLICE INTIMIDATE BUSINESS MEN
Police Commissioner Partridge charged today that unifurmel nipti IIr
the force are going about tbe city compelling merchants to Un petitions
for the restoration of the thrrplatoon systeim lie showed a compUilnt
from A business man This la only one of KOrea of similar complaints
said the Commissioner and It looks very much like Intimidation to me
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SEVEN INDICTED FOR
EXPLOSION TUNNEL
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Supt Murray of the City Bureau of Combustibles Declared Responsi
ble with Contractor Shaler and Five Others for Dynamite Disaster
Seven men were Indicted this af
ternoon by tho Grand Jury for the
Rapid Transit Subway explosion
which resulted In the death of Mven
persons the Injuring of won ot
others and an ixtenslv destruction I
of property Those IndlctiM arv
George 1 Mnrrnr 1liirrlnlrii
drat of the llnrrnn of lii illlt < t > i
Ihlr rliarcril with nmlrrl of
i
uniT find roUilrinrnnnr
Inspector Amllli nf the flnrrnn
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nf Comlinllhlr tinned tilth
neKlprt f dnt > mid inltilemrnnor I
Ira A hiitrr inhennlrnr I
nmnlnniililrr In the first degree
find ml deme nnr I
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UNITE TO RAISE
COMBINED KICK
ACTION TAKEN BY LACKA
WANNA BROTHERHOODS
ill fiHernnrr Committee Will
Join In nrkln Claim
Against the llnad
t5pth 14 TJt rnh j WorM I
niNOIIASITON N Y Fh IIThe
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grievance committee of the varlou I
aokawnnna brotherhood had an Im
portant meeting at the Arlington Hotel
In this city last evening Each of the
delcwtec Wa j pledged In iecrny and
the door of the room In which their
convention was held was kept locked
for aiz hours
The order represented a lboo meet
I
Ing were the engineer firemen con
ductor trainmen and telegraphers
Plans were male for nnductlng
cltlms for gtle ance against the road
on a morn succeaqful iul > Several
strong claim have ICMI recently made
br member nf the ord u nnln the
read to their rr > Kilve tirlevance
Ccmmlttee Hut It WIK found that
when one Grievance 4oflittp had i
claim It worker to th Inrlnvnt of
the other order to nernr in < n < l
At last night meeting It was Uerlde1
to ccmblne all the Ijcki jnni Srlev
nnce Commltteen In one orranlxitlon
thin maklnc the rompUlnti of any one
branch of the order UK grievance of itt
Th sxtlun It la thought will greatly
lrengthen the influence nf ill the or
ganizations and Is looke upon tiy rail
road men ct the rim step toward fec
llfylru grWvance lollot known to hat e
exlutxll among the conductor again
tho road the principal one teeing the
spy sy tem
SWEARS FRAWLEY
PAID fOR VOTES
BRASIER TESTIFIES AGAINST
TAMMANY LEADER i
5iis II Iromled Jf plerr for
Four riimlrr nnil Unnled lit
Get Off Kaaler
In the hearing of the case 31f Mnft Al
derman John Diets and 1 > mman > lal
er James J Frawley of the Trtrtyseu
nnd Assembly District today tn Kwe
Market Court Jam < llrnsler a McCUl
laith wltnejK leitlfled that he had been
paid money by trII1 > and Uleu for
four mm who ha I voted Illegally on lm
livtlon diy
llrsstir uhui that e hid Peon prom
to1 IW aIee fr the iur IIMler All
hraa icY Anild give him was JW or lilt
ipleoe lln protested and IJIiii nice
him Oi more pnimi lni t < > pU him the
Inlincc the near day All of thl llra
tier snDC happetel in tile Miami Club
the Tiimnuny onfanUulon of the dli
trtt Thi oiirtroom wa roadiul Kith i ili
tltflin hrawiey m < l 11hz were npre
mnti by furtner JudKu J Hilir inl
iinJ lIor > C nderi4in Deputy A1
Irrr Heiieril KnHl A Fueh ieprieni
Cu 1 Ihl oHII UIIUIl1IIII itwin eiun
si nre rJOll1nt itvl acrImonious
atta Hisser I N 1 > 0 Hi ery and
William 3 Wlltlim p tined thit ihv
sw Hrasler receive ni > np > from Fnw
icy
leyP trtk Kanl m N tw > Third
lenu n till h IA llriht
vot dn ill < mII Kei > I I
Three Fii it tiC lllirct
Ta FtaairlTisIt KUroi4 fltttloni 41 Wii 3i
SL CortltaUt It ai Da 9rdM It Ar MB I
vMl al U buila i case tofflti tat cluti
Fast trims 14 CMcu as4 dt mat
I irne l Mmhritnn engineer In
charge of flip iincnilne mnn
Intmliter In Ihr Oral degree antI
liil s drttteiini r
lHiiiff K IlrntUrn foreman of
the liln llnu unim innnnlnilittiler
In lltr Ural deure nnd inlvdff
inenntir
Ilinrlr H Jrnaer tunnel rn
Ineer niNdrmeMiior
llnaea lin imdermiin titan
Innulilrr
Tho Indictment against Superin
tendent Murray and Inspector Smith
grew out of the failure to Inspect the
powder magazine and allowing high
plosives to lx > stored In It beyond i
AFTERNOON NEWS
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IN PARAGRAPHS
LOCAL
Director of the Metropolitan Street
Railway Company Ml holt a special
meetlnV Inmorrmv and In all proha
btlltv make public a tautiient deal
Inc alIt the merger plan and the In
mutton if the rrirHr holding com
> ciny humors that the New York
Ventrlienter sOul Connectrut Hall oaJ
Company rlll In tome way flxure In
thl deal were current IP the street
VhiMiiIn nietl In the fnlte1 fltatm
ni < trlrt Court today chow that the
olonul llrewlne Company of No
31 Se51 Blgnteenth street whlh
Mlcned on Pee K h1 llabllltlen of
mott and JIII worth of as et
Nearly half of the liabilities art ie
curl
While awaiting permlsikin from tha
onner to kill a horse wllh a broku I
lee an agent of the H I C A tied
up mreetcmr ruffle In Uroadwny for I
nn hour Ibis atiernonn When the I
owner arrive the horse wu ktlle1 ind
about three mile of trolley cars began
to mo
Th body nf Conntont nerken win
picked up oft Ub rty Inland today
Oerken wa ilitynve year old of
No 13 East htynflh Street He I
w AI formerly a saloonkeeper at No
77 listh avenue He was well oft and
lately retired from business
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Frank Sullivan fhlrtyone year old
of V < i 71 ChrNtopher tre < kt committed
milrtde today In etf Hotel No 0
Kltrhth avenue t > y thoollng himself
through the mouth
TELEGRAPHIC
PAnffVH Ky Hugh Mulholland
formerly JMstmanter of Paducah but
now a promoter from Hnnton Maw
lisa been arrested here on a charge of
Healing lEm worth of negotiable
notw from his partner J fi Healey
alto of llixlon
Itt lTl ro1tF Eirrerdent Grover
Cleveland and lr Paul Van Dyke of
Princeton University are expected to
lenve Princeton Junction tonlghi for
n week a duck ihootlnc on the pre
servo of the flack Hay dunning Club
In oouthtMitern Virginia
CABLE
LONDON In the lluu e of Com
mon today th War rfecr tar > Mr
Ilrodrtrk Mid that an officer of th
Hemount Department at New Orleans
lean lid ten accused of receiving a
commHIon and had been ordered to
sue hU uvuter or rrnljn The alIke
hid retgrti
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HKRNB The Swiss fVvemment
ha introiluced In Parliament the
draft of a flea IIIrom Tariff jlll In
t ndd to rrve n i isi for future
comm rila treaty icutHtlon The
numner or dutl < blf irllrlcs I In
creapI from I lo over 15W
loS1 > NThe Hoard of Admiralty
hall iKarde U5ii > ikigt > to the
Norniglaut ftram r Alderney Ciipt
ntloI for lowing into lUbnn slept
S ins the Ilrltun steamer helkh
UiVtxiN The Krench eimer Iin
enl from Jlar lllr was sunk at an
tinr u I it > un t iJa > by th Portj
tijs mnmer penln ulir front New
V < rk iiitldinK with 1r aa the latter
a 4 ierlnr port
lANIttCujt William II S alne
< 1 the first Infantry In an nrage
meni with usurkint al Piranu lat
nO jf Simnr recnl iapi > r > thlrt >
1 > mrM tri f it rirteni i Titie
n r n 1 tvr i tn 11 ia
II i ut I
WEATHER FORECAST
IS
Cm Hit ililri >
It Iniir rnilliiu nt a p II i
i rrlli tsr > siu IsirL Cliy r
situ 1 a liliill > Inlr IiisIglst
t I IIM > pnrllj linnl I irili
i IsI i In nf iirniMiii ur
in 11141111 haul in resli
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iiiirlli nl mi Irldn 0 I
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I the sixtytwo pound limit Nt by
I law
1
lten nn for Indlctraent
The Indictment against the men for
ml leme inar acre found becauie they
MI permitted to be stored on the prera
teu I ie Immense quintltln without
permission from the lawful authorities
engineer Ilmcken rscape < l with a mls
demiMnor indictment berauie at the
lime of the rxplonlim he fas South on
hlr hmeymxon
Hench w mnt were Inued for Mur
i ray Finlth and llracken and ball fixed
1 1 I1IM >
Vernon M Davis represented flhuler
irxl hb employee all of whom were
held m 3i0 with the exception of
Hracken The roper bond were fur
nl hnl and the men released by Justice
i Cowan of Special Seailon
ROW IN CITY HALL
OVER YOUNG BRIDE
MOTHER WAS TOO LATE TO
STOP MARRIAGE
Knot Tin In MUilnlementl ned
H > Alderman Who
OflclBlrd
There was considerable excitement In
the City Hall this afternoon due to the
loud nailing of an Italian woman who
rushed from her home to the Marriage
Ilutrni to prevent her daughter who Is
under ao from marrying against her
wish ci
The woman was ten minute too late
I
Alderman Hsrburner hail already JIlt
formed the marriage ceremony
I I want my child I wont my child1
cried the mother
She li already married said the
Mertc
MertcHow
How old Is the girl somebody MkeJ
the mother
I Seventeen w a the amnrer
It III against the law to marry girls
leu than eighteen years of age without
the consent of the patent
Clerk lying of the Marriage Bureau
say the girl who said she waa Vlncetu
zla Marasco of No II Stanton street
declarvd her father and mother were
dead She gave her age as nineteen
Antonio Marasco who said he WM
brother of the girl signed his name u
a witness The girl married OIUftpptt
Volp of No U Stanton trret who de
chard he wa twentytwo years old
Alderman Harburgrr hold that the
girl Hxknl to be of age and that he took
all pains to comply with the taw
CLERICS CHECKS
ARE QUESTIONED
MAN IN MINISTERIAL GARB
RAN FROM STOREKEEPER
iail For Furniture With Pnp s
and Is > orr Held a
I rl saner t t
Pr1 In clerical attire WlUIsm
Ian rirty tx years aId who claimed
to i the editor > f it religioUs paper In
Allegheny Pi HJI lockd up In Jersey
ttty f > dn > charged with pull1c a
worthless cheek
Ii II llanlev a furniture dealer was
the romplHlnant He iM Uino ear
hatttt n rhttr and table tilued M Jl
and gate him a check for IIJ on the
niriaanliV National 11 Ilk of New
York signed iv Th mnn llyan anti pay
awle to Sare Hane > lok ft und re
turned I I change
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a iwllcemnn
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