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I TEN MEN HURT AT BLAZE
IN DURLANDS t OLD RINK
F1 Thrilling Escape of Brave Fire Fighters at Destruc
h tion of Vacated Academy at Broadway
and Sixtieth Street
Nine firemen wrrr face to face with
death thli afternoon when they at I
tempted to iiurll Ilimes which envel
ope the old norlands Hiding Arad
my n Irlinciilir bullllng on Ilroad
way Central Park Wr t Hlxtltli and
SixtyUrn trert That tliry caprd
with their lives war conldrrrd by th r
who watched ttIr predicament little
short of miraculous
As It wa thr > and i Hcfilor wrre
all more or I e lnjure1 Thoi hurt
were
CAHHOM of Knslnr Company
N V uurn < l about file
C1AIIK 1ATUICK > f Knultir fam
PAil No I1 nfrloiiIy burned thout acr
and body
CnTUOVK JAM E4 foromin of En
Blnr Company NI W burnid aNiut farr
iinJ head lu > r > krn
4OVlK IllOMAt of KiiKlne m
any No 3 burnrd about farr and
handn
OKVIIN of inKlnr fimpiny NI
I 4 l hand burned tikrn to ltiio rvelt Hos
pital Itrturnrd to Mrr
KAUHKIl chief of thr Sixth IIit
tallHI
MKIION JfiHN captain of Knxlnr
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rumpiny No 3 hilt lnsed mvre
burn
MA VNIN ItOIIKHT of Hook ml
lnlner Com Ifl > N i t pvrrrl hurt
1AVTON w J No 1W Mrovlway
fxitatir viurnN about face and hind
rfTnlT MICIIAhl of inlnr COM
pany No 3
lltrnnllnry hinge
The tire itll In llrvnl to have
l brrn of Incendiary oriel lnrtrd In the
HUSBAND SAILED
AWAY WITH BEAUTY
MRS DE HAMEL GOT DIVORCE
PROVING ELOPEMENT
i
Ilih llerelmnt Ilifure liuliiK
trIr Ieltir InllinitlliiR
liilflilr
u1c AI n Th O ntn < WoH t
WIIITK PLAINS N V lVi IS
I An Ihllltt dlvor < e wna cnnlrl to
il iv In JIIlk KoKli to Mri M rc4re
It Dihmir l from hrr hufbatil Henry
It IVhiinl fonnrrly n wrallhy NiW
Yurkir Ih > nr ulleurn In her ittit
rnn aav t Kuone with n Ciibin
r lieaiiy hIa Pitili KrehweKe
that Judge KioKll III nf till IIIIKK lirt forth
Illumrl In Miiy If lift thU coun
try wit i ald Paula Kmhvxrcr anuin
Iliff the slime of Jtti Iu llol and
urn1 to Kumpr md on or about June
IX 1X the jiilr w re llvttiK an man anj
wife In intuit of Berth Oermmiy
Mr und Mm Dehamrl wrre married
In Havana uln Nov IT UTS anl
hivr four clilMren onr Hilrnn who is
iimrlid Hit hrs llrtir lttdlimnil
nd John I wrrr slven In iiMtody of
I th lr iiuiher by JuMie KiHjh
HfVillI Klliirniiii irnllliil to hivliiK
KIII Mr Dchiiiiil wlio wan In huts lnusa
at No II Ilruidway mil un Ih > utramvr
lijMiti i < f thu HumburKAinrrlcan
line In iww Minn chwrico wia In hU
iMiiipany on the tramcT nnd she wm
Alii < m tile iairiiKrr list
It app ir < i uiordlni h Irtter
murked a an exhibit In < 1r ci5r and
wrlttvi to hb wire Drhnnirl tried to
m k her believe nu Jad ended hi
YiII wty received shortly after he
hnd aisle 1
CRUSHING PROVES FATAL
John Ofonaor thirtylive yenm old
of Ij > aif N Y who was hit by a
trait at 1latrr ittrrvt station Ust
night and iiad Iwth IrH crushe dlvj
In nower llo pllnl thin morning
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WOMAN PUBLICLY
DRINKS POISON
ANNIE BURDICK TRIES SUI
I
CIDE IN A HALLWAY
Annie Iltirdlck thirtysix year old
who snys she live at No 1C2 Third
avenue atlrmptrd suicide early this
r t niornlnit In tin hallway of No IM Kast
Hftleth street by drinking a quantity
of carboltu ncld
Churleo llluedt who lives In the
house slid tie mw the troman shrink
the potion Me hurried to the Kail
riftfirst non stttloii and 1ollccmnti
Itedmonl nis isnt bick to the house
fs with him
An anitiulnnr was summone l from
Iloner Hospital nnl the woman was
removed In t ciltlcil condition by Ur
firbes It nsu saul site would die
Boys ar i vrcntcu every day by
VoId Wart odvertUin Eoye ca4
Woild Woe to
I
tln
mthwr rornrr of the bulUlnr at
about oclock iniclne Company No
sut was nri to reach the scenr and
fuMiove and his men swarmrj Into
the lilizltiK hulldlnif
They liai hren it work on the srcnnd
llmr for tin mlnutrs Wlllll a portion of
the rinf fell In Thl occasioned a
draught which drove the flames directly
In the fae of the firemen
liuinedlitely a rush wa mid for the
window rscapr from the incurs being
cut off hv thr rnplil advancing fire It
W4 here that the dramatic element rn
irred Into the situation Kvrry window
wa barrrrd liy closely woven wire net
tlnnWhen
When the thickening crowd In the
Mnet Iwlow reallirl the peril of the
firemen thrrr WHS a wall of pity
The flame were fast enveloping the
Ix men Cosgrovr ansi his fellows
threw tlirmsrlvrs time aflr time mlnM
the barred window Finally and nonr
too noon theIr effort wrrr successful
anti the nrtllne Kate way Then earn
the Jump tn the street All music It with
tar or le Injur
Injiirnl In II Jump
C tit Connive was mool seriously
hurl hv the fall As hr leaped from the
window bin eutt wns caught by a ret
lion of iggesl wire This threw him
out of Mf reckoning and he turned I
around brfjrr hi rraehrd the Mrert
There ws great cheering when the
Imprlonrd men silnod their safety and
1 101 hurst of applaiir for one Tlomn i
Huihrs of No cn Went Onr Hundred
and Sixth Street a > juncnlrr emiloyul i
on the rapidtransit tunnel Shortly
AFTERNOON NEWS
I IN PARAGRAPHS
LOCAL
COINT VON ItAIDltiHIN tod y
I sent 4 telrKram la Mr Robert Goelel
rxprr < nnc ti hr the condolence of
ihr Kmporor an I Kmpren of Her
ininv on the death of her daughter
lliitrlce Then hr per onnlly cnrrlnl
a wreath to the crmrtrry and > ft
It on the ntiiii of thr dr < d girl
I
SUBURBAN
I Thr will uf tirrhinl Mrnnrn the
Os ii lint I r drusRlr wu ndmltleil to
I probate In the SiitroKates Ofllcr to
day It I dafl Jan U IJO and
eirrytlilne l bequeathed to the widow
Jlr iimn Ihmtlna Mrnnen
I Mr Catherine lto > e an elderly
wonnin llvlni on Striilcht street Pat
t rreoii N J wan committed to the
I Pasiwli Count Jail today on the
I chirse of netting tire to her house
Friend think the recent bU blaze In
I
t htt city affretr thr womans mind
TELEGRAPHIC
OIIKAT IIAniUNOTiN Mn Iex
InRton Doolry on of Ilev John
Poolr of Moiitrrr w It < shot t > y a
hllChlIIII11 while walking on the
I road from Monterey to this place
I > in > lry wn robbed of hi money anti
i watch
OHOTOV MaiMMr Roosevelt
ald todjy that hr son was Improv
lag ci tiadly site as nnlnc to rr
turn with him lu Washington MU
Alice llooiirvelt reached here thin
murnlnc
CABLE
HOMK The Topo him cabled to
Prrsldint Itoiwevelt rxprrstlni hope
for the speedy recovery of the Utters
non
IliitMNIn the Loner House of the
Pruiulun JJIct today a Mil was Intro
duced tilaclna WMnr m rks at the
illnposal of the Prussian Uovernment
for the purchase of mining property
In Westphalia
Till IIAdlCThe member of the
liner Irlocatlon hive left The Hague
ami hive not Miinouncil thrlr destina
tion li It rumored Dint they have
lurled for the tnlted States
SNOW CLOGS TENNESSEE
All IlHllrnsid Trnmr Near Knoxvlllr
Mltiprndeil
ICXOXVIMB Tenn Ieli IBThis
section Is hurled under Ihr neivleni fall
of stmw In six years All rallrMd trnf
lie Is susiwnded
+ H + H
WEATHER FORECAST ±
V riiretusl for the Ihlrlr +
Is hours cutting at H I M X
t Hniida fur Srnr VorU City t
aU lrlnll > r Cloudr lo +
+ sight iusaiihp llchl aol f
1 Kunilar nurlly elnadri trash T
f > orlU ml tvInhN
+
tHaoNWvN 14 > > J
M
after the blaze was under way a plain
little tabby cat was seen at a wire
barred window on thus third floor
Hughes got a ladder and with the
IUni s threatening him at htst step
shlnnrd up broke through the barrier
SOIl brought oust In aety In the street
Illnsr llrufhra Ilfll
An iiddnl hanger was the I1rratene4
dfrtructton of the apirlmrnt known
as the Ioillon at the romrr at
Central lark West 011 d 1t < yflnit
ilrvet It a t rrtfocnllnl that the
old riding academy TII doomed aol
the efforts Jt ttr tircmii were jrlnci
pilly dlrctrd to the aparlnirnthnuse
In which fifty fAtnllr rrslde I
The tire link hold uf the roof of th
IMIIIon and brokr ill windows on
the siuth site Ttie rrsldcnti threw
their rff < cta out of the window until
tfcry were tssurd that there was no
danger Most of them however left
the icusr
The ore wa discovered by a motor
nnn named ieorie irllMthi He ajl
thnt he was at lUynlmli Irrel and
saw the hattie burst nut from the I
oiilhrrn n I nit of ibr building nn the
fecond floor He Immediately turned In
in charm II
Krederlc II Jrnnlncs n lawyer hnvlrsr
his office at No IS llrmd street said
this aftrrnonn that the bulldlnc was
i owned by John G McCollough T L
1 Park and himself It was built over nf
i teen years ago by a part of capitalists
from Iloston at a cost of about IK > CiO
land wn nml as us bicycle aradmiy
They failed nnd the bulldlns wns
then leased to Mr Durland who Used
lit for ten years is a riling acndrmy
IMr Jennings aid that the building
f was well Insured hut refused to give
the exact amount of insurance
The New York Hinixxlrnmr Company
had rrcrnl y len ed the building for a
winter circus
LEADERS CONFER
AT WHITE HOUSE
i
I
MYSTERY IN COUNCIL CALLED
BY THE PRESIDENT
tj
ffrnntr nnil house F1rirr enlri In
< tli nllnllon irlth irrullrr
All Mlrnl A In Milijrrl
I
WASHINGTON Krb 15 very Im
portunt finfrrencr wn held In the
Cabinet room of the White house to
lay
layAt
At the Pre Urnr rriimt he wu
Jolnrd there shortly after 10 oclock this
I
inortilne by Srtutor Alllwin Aldrlcd
I mil 3p > tier Speaker llrriilrr iu a ni
Ilenrmrritiillvr CaniMii mil rjro vrnnr
land Ilir ronfrrrncr laotnl until 1 few
iijlnutr after I
With the rxcrptlon of the Irrxldrnt
hlnrrlf arul Hrnitor Hponrr the r con
frrrre were the mmr men who took
I lIrt In the famous nnfrrnior a few
wk prior to the HptnMi war whih
rrjiullr In thu drllllllr fitllimlnn that
onitren ithfiiitd ipproprlatr Vif nfto
to be PiRel at the dlfpinl uf the Prml
dent to prepare for war
Prevlom to he conference the Prest
drnt brrikraM < d at the Whit lou r
with AtlornryfJrnrril Knox IV tmiiii
trrrsrnrr Pa > ne ant Hrnitor llnniu
When the conference hrike up those
who partlclpatrd In It wee extremely
anti uniiiilly reticent
The personnel or the i onfrrrncr gave
color to the belief that the consultation
relatrd to lie legislative pro rimene In
onicrriiii ant mUht lme II txarlni ipon
the liaplnic of Cuian Phlllpplnr and
warrevenue repeal Irslilatlon
There wan nUo an intimation that the
Prcldrnt talked with hit party Iculer >
In Conrrr about the Schlry cue
u
t
TONIGHTS EVENTS
Nltilni rnee JlmlUoit qnnre
Cnrdrn
IlemorrAllr linrinuny illnnrr
firrnmnlii rluli llroiiUl n
Dlnnrr iifllrrr first Vnliin
lerr Knsiliirrri Urlmonl
roa
Alumni dinner Iublle Nrlinnl
o II MstrltiortiiiRli
Lnlm Llnb mrellnn
Alnmnl dinner Trlrnili
vhuI No Ill Fifth tr
nile
NlBmn > ll dinner llnrllmr
oh
Cnmerw llnb Nraolier > n
vst Ttrrnlrnlnlh street
5hnUe pe > re lub nierilnir
lurnrsile Hull
Concert Sevenlrdrsl llrsjl
mint Armor
Union Al clenne bull im
Inxrtnn npemlions
Centre of Activity
rtsatrtTsata ruilro stitlosi st Wsst JJJ
ri
Coetts4t it1 Dt brM M llrxli an eosvist
I ittrr Mella rtturst tralas tO U I WMt
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VERY LATEST NEWS
IN BRIEFEST FORM
AUTOPSY ON WALTER BROOKS1S BODY
Coroners Physician Weston late this afternoon pcrformao
the autopsy on Brookss body He lound that the bullet en
tered the head iiist behind and at the top of the right sar Its
course was diagonal and it penetrated about an inch and a
half In his opinion the wound was not selfinflicted because i
there were no powder burns on the scalp
Attorney Backus after a visit to the DistrictAttorneys
office got permission to see the Burns girl and was admitted
with her father to her cell
Harry Cohen turned over to the DistrictAttorney this af
I ternoon a letter from the girl to Brcoks asking for an inter
view with him It was written Feb 11 but did not reach his
officeuntil today
6 OCLOCK RACE SCORE
At 6 oclock the score of the leaders in the sixday race at
Madison Square Garden was as follows
Miles Laps
HEGELMAN AND CAVANAUGH 754 0
GOLDEN AND TRACY 705 5
GLICK AND HOWARTh1 eo 683 2
NOREMAr AND CARTWRIGHf 664 3
FAHEY AND METKUS eo 724 9
DAVIS AND CARROLL eo eo 634 0
DEAN AND CAMPBELL r 624 1
SHELTON AND GUERRERO 734 9
FRAZER AND SULLIVAN 644 SLATE
t 1
LATE RESULTS AT NEW ORLEANS
Fourth RaceSt Cuthbert 1 If You Dare 2 Ranco 3
Fifth Race MajorMansir 1 El Ghor 2 Little Elkin 3
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GREAT CROWD TO SEE MURDERED WOMANS COFFIN
The body of murdered Mrs Voepel was this afternoon re
moved to an undertaking shop at No 335 Bleecker street A
great crowd filled the street to such an extent that special po
lice were sent from the Charles street station to preserve or
der Furher evidence of the womans struggle for life was
found in two scratches one an her neck and the other on the
left cheek These mary appeared to have been made by a
finger nail
HOHENZOLLERNS ON THE BOWERY
One hundred and fifty firemen and fifty sailors from ht
royal yacht Hohenzollern will invade the Bowery tonight
Their shore leave extends until 8 oclock tomorrow morning
when it is hoped they will be back at the yacht to attend the
religious services
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STORM COMING UP THE COAST
The following desnatch was received by the local Weather
Bureau from Washington this afternoon
A disturbance moving Itheastv irj off the SjuJ At
lantic coast viii ie ncro viy noriie j w ijj j uiJie
Atlantis coasttonight h
lISS STdFRE
i IN VERY ffVi DAYS
I
RANSOM PAID BRIGANDS IN
SURE THEIR SAFETY
WASIIINOTON Feb lSThe ills te
Department has received cable advice
connrmlni the rrfkirt Hut the ransom
money for Miss Stone has been paid to
the brlgnnd captors
I It Ii not known when her release will
occur but It U understood that the
I brigands have made a condition that
they shall have a Prlod of a wfek or
tn darn In whlh to make sure their
safn retreat before the prisoner Is delv
ered up
1iTteel III Appointment
Tbi P onilt U Llmilfcl J2tl uisiot 5
I 3 u l i 4 t > ttM 5 ipproin it little
Ci I < icl i > IiI tAu Nn Tsrk 4llr ft
AUut mi it 1 > wa
y
t1 jtiM iItJ ol Lb
IMRI SHEPARD NOT
1 FOOTPADS VICTIM
LATE TAMMANY CANDIDATE
WAS SAFE AT HOME
I
IMwsnt M ShepsriJ the lat Tarn
man carrtldnte for IC3ur wu not t
victim of footpadi In front of lilt hum
at No IT CongrrM strict liri > okin
1a i 4
from Itrook > u pout
A mud ass r p rird to hate hero
knocked down and ribbed directly In
front of Mr flheparda hum and th I
retlrnc of in polk regarding the
man Identity gate rln to the tau i
mint that Mr itKepard sa the vic
tim Mr Shepard ila fUiy that 1M
ese at notnr t 2 clock lust nlcht and
rrmlnrl In his library until he retired I
A highway robbery was committed on
CnCh etreet hat nicht li IM irn >
liv of Mr Shepinls rsldnc ml 1
ord uIhtlnr the fsct the poUr a II I
s5 v nntlilnr
n
IM Cur tars in T it I > lOt >
Uiilts Ortn usUilM tis ssu
B W OtStSS llMISt sacs Mi w I
ca > Ld d C u t
DENIES SHE SHOT
BROKER HOTEL
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Florence Burns Nineteen Accused of Murdering
Walter Brooks Declares She Was at Home
in Bed at the Time
Accuse of murderIng her Inrvr
Walter S Brook a young broker
Florence Hurni nIneteen years old
wu arrruteil In her hom In llnxik
Iyn anti taken to the Church Strrrt
follcn Station whore site was rx
auilnrd by AmlRUnt DlotrlctAttor
Thy Kroicl
Ilmoks wu found In the flIrts bl
and Mote shot In the liiiul and sliest
In the Htnlnon Street hospItal nhnrt
lr before noon
The clrl did not urm miirh agi
tated She wore a big picture hot
and a lone automobile coat
She wu lakru Into the CnptaJnn
ofDce where she wan Hurmundnt br
a down officers of the law While
there her father came to the Motion
In response to a trlenrnm lie In
Mated on belns prevent In the room
while Florence was beIng quentloned
but Mr Krotrl would not allow It
After two hour questlonlnc Mr
Krotel announced that no statement
had been otrtaJnol from her
While the examination was goIng
on the girls tether and Former Ae
plitant trlctAltorny Ikicktu of
Brooklyn rame to the station and
demanded to we the girl They
were denied admlttancr
A little later Krotel came out of
the room and left the ntatlon
llarktti followed him and demanded
that he be permitted to nee the girl
SsP the p < ilce saId Krotel I
have nothing to do with the tae < <
Meantime the glrh crying and call
Ing to her father waa nistnsl out of
the room and down to a cell
When Florence was arrested she
asked the detrctlvei what wax the
charge aalnet her They told her
that she was charted wltli shooting
ItrookH
Where h he she asked
In the hospital they mid
How could I shoot him then1
she asked I have not seen him
elnrr 6 oclock when I left his offlce
I rome right home and arrived at
730 oclock Mjr father and mother
were at the theatre I aw no onj
und went to bed
Further than this they were unable
to ret anything out of her
Young Urookd who Is a member
of the commission firm of Brooks t
Wells No 17 Jar street went last
FITZSIMMONS AND JEFFRIES
TOFIGHT SAN FRAN CISCO
ef
Match Between Two Greatest Pugilists in the World Finally Ar
ranged for May I 5
Dob FltulmtnooH and Champion
Jim Jeffrie the two creatrat living I
puglllrtn have been matched to tight
staIn for the championship of the
world In San Francisco
After many weeks of negotiation
they met thl morning and Ir I
on terms They will fight twenty
rounds before the club offering the
biggest purse which will be divided
SO per cent to the winner and 40 per
cent to the loser The fight will take
place on or about May 15 At thlt
time forfeit of 2500 will have been
pMtfv by each man to guarantee his
ap earanc
This Is the second time Flu and
Jeffrie have fought for the chum
SUSAN ANTHONY
IS 82 YEARS OLD
BIRTHDAY TRIBUTES FROM
FELLOW SUFFRAGISTS
Jya e Feature nt ToHa 1 > 5 r
lon nf the > loa1 Convention
Korrl n fleiih0t5 lirrrllnn
WA8HINOTON Peb IS Interrt lo
the National Ameroxn W man Suffr < e
AMOCUtlfln meeting toln > was height
I rntrt brIbe fact thnt It msrknl thr I
elghtyoeeond htrtndty of un H An
i thony
i She was the rrrtprnt uf mnrw m
rratiil tlon and was frrllngl rrVrrr1
to in the Invocation by Misc Itur He
I M rflt Man floral tnhitrs 5re als
I received by hr I
Tlir folllnll ineAajtr of Kreelnit to
Mini Anthony fmm the foreign dlr
gates wes real from the plalMrtn
We the jirr lgnei foreign drle j
gate to the n1 IntrrnntlonMl woman I
iiffnge ionferrne chilly take the op
pnnun1t > of your htyrcnnd birth
toy lo r prr u > tg 5011 our lor and rev
emice our gmllludr for your lIfelong
wrk for wimirn and our rrjolrtng that
IOU have lived to Per iuc4i Crest step
onward mndr by the world al Urgr In
the direction In which you led At nn t
under such prejudice
Jraylnulhat J1 qu my enjoy years of I
health ohe rrd by verfrrnh Advance
we rroiAln your loving friends
t 5
I I
L L aL t
plornhlp of the world Jeftrlen U
the only man who ever really
nnlpppcd Fltzulmmnns and the Aus
tralian said that be wu drugged I
when he fought Whether he was or
I not the fight between two
most Interesting that could have
been arranged
I As soon as Jeffrie arrived at the
meeltngpUce he walked up to Kits
I and extendlnc his hand said
Hells Kltx how nr > ou
Very well replied Fill How do
you feeir
lloth men then got down to business
without delay
I The articles of agreellent which ha
h 11 drawn up were carefully lookrd
over Atttr they had flnlshrd KKJII
spoke up and nld
I fiippme you will furnlh your own
glove Hob just si a e have 4lwa > i
done
Vef I wlll do that f jou say so re
C L TIFFANY 90
I
YEARS OLD TODAY
FAMOUS NEW YORKER RE
CEIVES MANY VISITORS
Still o TrrlnK from a nlslornlril
Hip hUh liyiriatl Sc > He
I llolllK Urll
larlrs I TIFfany is to1iy rrlrhrnt
Ing hh ninetIeth tilrthilaj All member
of his famll > und dnsen of his friend
called xt hli house Ni Jil Madlnm aye
niir to congratulate him Hut few nf
them wrrr allowed ti > ee hint
Mr Tlffnny has l > een laid up f ° r m
Um witfi a dl > lor trtl hip Ukl last
rrk caught a old which rev the f unt
il Fmie ttnesssitieai Hr Chunbrrs hi
ph > olrIII said this noon that Mr Tit
fan was hiliik wil and that the symp
pm which hal nude him fear pnru
motile had ptioi uwa >
I is the ii tom of Mr Tlftnny to re
k tvr hi friends n thr nnlvrr arle of
nu Isrttida all1 the f smily wu aiiv
Ions that there shall he no hansr He
is well tn mind and cheerful
Morrli K Jesus Prriidrni if the
thamtvr of iVmmercc WM among the
earllr of the callers toda > At If last
inciting the haniber pasted re lutions
c > n rattilntlnK Mr TiFfany and formall
arcrptrd a portrait of him Ilimed by
the artist William M ihnsr The por
trait will haY a place In the gallery of
the new building of the chamber Until
the new building Is completed the pic
tur will remain In the care of the arilat
llJ l
night to the Glen Island Hotel at
West and Cortlandt streets
Florence Burn of No 29 But J
Fifteenth street Brooklyn was with
him They registered as John Wil
son end wife Brooklyn
hell flying All Xlsjht
At midnight Urooks was found un
conscious from escaping gas The
woman had disappeared
A doctor was called In and par
tially revived him but failed to dis
cover the bullet wound in his head
All night the young man lay there
dying The police were not notified
In the morning Brooks was again
found unconscious This time he
was sent to the hospital
The police were notified but every
effort was mada tc suppress the newt
Father snar Mls Baa
Brookss father when notified of
Ihls sons fate declared he had U J
tlclpatcd It and unhesitatingly as
serted that It was Miss Drown wto
had been with him
Miss Burns It was learned for six
months hd been trying to get Brooks
110 marry her lie was trying to get
rid of her
I
Continued on Second Page
piled the Cornlshman
How about the date for the battlsT
itd Jeffries
As the articles call for the flint to
take place on or about May IS how wilt
that time suit your replied KlUalm
monsVery
Very well replied JeffrUs Utile
fight Is to be fought In San Francisco
would be better that we have the con
trst decided then so that we couli Jtt
the racrtrock people to attend It con
tmued Jtftrlts
How ibout the bids for hIts nghtr
sked Jeffries
We will lei the club snd In Unlf
bid which we will open on March U
and the club offering the largest puts
will get the fight replied Fluilmmonv
It wns then agreed upon by bath mea
that they each post a forfeit of CMO
with the club that la awarded the con
1
test
testThe referee will also be fleeted at
the tim that the club Is nailed After
thee detail hid been agreed by tbe
fighters they real the article
crrrfully and signed them
FEARS BIGGER LOSS
TO CITY ON WATER
DOUGHERTY THINKS MANY
METERS FAIL TO REGISTER S
r 1
UeiM eric In the Cmo of Ik
hotel Innhnllsiii Lend lo a a 1
Illllrlnl 1lIaolloa
Witer Commissioner Douirterty atyr
that tor Ului lost to the city be < Mtu >
> f the failure of the meters In the
Hotel Manhattan to correctly register
the amount o water that went through
them Is probably 4 small fraction of
tlr amount whkOt the city hex lost
Ills inspectors art at work and an
win uo the Imratleatlon Is completed
the facts will be laid before the DIs
trlctttornr
Mr IiHishert s attention wan di
rected In the Manhtllill Hotel by the
Met that the witrr bills had become 4
much less recently than they were for e
merly A coiiiMrtson of he bits ren
dered for several > ears wan nude and
K wui iren that for eighteen months
the bills had been only ibout oncthlrd
what they wrr beurr
lly comparing Prey Ji blllt an tstl
mate was madr alt i indicated that i
CJCD WM dur to the sty ran tht Ho
tel Manhattan and a bill for that
amount ci rendrred An attorney for i
the hJtil proprietors callrd at the walir 1
oltlce toiU and promised to hive an
tnvttlgatlon made
Mr Liousherty li now looking forja l
meter that will be accurate and ookaua
ceptlble to easy methyl ot calU
a fraud A
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