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HER 26OOO
GEMS SEllED
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Judge in Case of Mrs
Dulless Necklace In
structs Jury to Find for
Government
1 SHE WORE IT CONCEALED
Justice Adams Said if Society
Woman Had Carried It
Openly He Might Have Di
rected Differently
Mrs Ida Harrison Dulles loses her
beautiful J26OO pearl and diamond
necklace B > the Courts decree Uncle
Sam retains possession of the prlceles
jewels They become the property o
the Government Judzc Adams at th
conclusion of the case today Instructin
the jury to line a verdict In favor of the
Government A bis deputy marshi
grabbed up the magnlllecnt necklace
from the clerks desk and quickly I
signing a receipt for the Jewels dahl
with them nut of the courtroom tao
minutes aitcr the verdict wa Ielo
dared
1 < 0 In a few minutes more the necklace
declared by the Courts stein dictum to
be forfeited was lodging In a vault
I In the Treasury Department there to
remain until the appeal Is heard Mr
Dulles paled when the Judge Instructed
Iii the jury to find for the Government tier
eyes rested for a moment longingly on
the riecklace In Its setting of dull yellow
gold and then tears appeared In her
eyes Mr Nicoll turned to comfort her
eaylng
I Never mind we will appeal the esse
Yes Indeed you must appeal Me
Nlcoll almost sobbed Mrs Dulles
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i I Intended to pay the July I dlcln
I try tq defraud the Government I just
waited a tty minutes to see my husband
to ask his advice when that man Theo
< taldvwho followed me all th way
aeroWvthB > ocean an It I were a thlet
i came up and practically accused mo
Jts too bad Yes Indeed Mr Nlcoll
> ou must appeal
Find fur the Got eminent
Judge Adamss Instruction to the jury
foInws
This case has assumed a phase which
requires the Court to act Mrs Dulles
came upon the stand She Is an Intclll
Kent woman She knew that the neck
Il lace nan subject to duty Did she brln
1 Qy It as rarIng apparel Did she bring It
V In a package where If she overlooked
It pcrhups It would be found and prop
cily classifIed and she would be relieved
of this foryfclture Or did she bring It
In some other way
vM As a matter of law Section No S2
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t i 7 disposes of the matter Did she bring i
In her necklace fraudulently or know
1 ingly Did she advise the United States
Government She was In duty bound
to take certain steps Those steps were
rot taken
I have como to a decision It may
be erroneous I cannot allow my sym
pathy to effect my decision In this case
and I direct you to find a verdict In
favor of tho United States Govern
ment
Ir Duties on the Stand
Her husband HarrIson Dulles was
called earlier In the day He related liU
trip abroad with his wife and two chil
dren In July 1901 lIe returned to Amer
ica a few months before his wife When
she subsequently arrived on the Kron
prnz Wilhelm be met her on the pier
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After greeting her and while hastily
scribbling a telegram to his wifes
mother announcing Mrs Dulless safe
arrival Special Agent Theobald rushed
up saying
Mrs Dulles you have a pearl neck
lace which you bought In Paris
Did Mrs Dulles deny that she had
purchased tho necklace asked Mr
NIcoll
She did emphatically did not
I ° What did Theobald then say
i He said Mr Dulles you had betrer
I listen to this conversation He repeated
that Mrs Dulles had bought the neck
lace but had not declared It
Did Mrs Dulles then say that she
had the necklace
Yes she told Theobald that she had
made the purchase but that was only
U after she learned who Theobald really
was
17 Was the cost of the necklace then
dltcusspij S
4 5 Told What JYecklace Cost
Yes Theobald asked what was the
I cost and Mrs Dulles said 60000 francs
Is It true as Theobald has testllled
that Mrs Dulles told him shchad the
I necklace concealed somewhere on her
S r person and could not then produce It In
I f that public place o the pier I
It No I saw the necklace of pearls
through the open work of her shirt
I waist and unwound the ropo of pearls
She opened but two buttons The rest
was easy She could have done the
S same on the n1 er with all decency but It
F was at TheoAnlda suggestion she went
aboard the ship to do so
J Mr Dulles testified further that Mrs
S Dulles gave the rope of pearls to Theo
bald who placed the gems In his nocket
iMr Theobald seemed to be very con
derate then continued the nitnrs
II lie gave me his card saying i will
IJ 5 r make this matter eas so I can for you
I I wllf see you tonight fit your hotel
v F Thousand in Gems Itecorered
S 1 rthur A Coppell a New York
1 banker who lives at Mllhurn N j
has been notified that part of the JIG 000
I worth of jewelry that was stolen fronj
1 his residence on Oct 10 has been recovered
ered In Philadelphia The thieves are
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Worlds Iectp f6r the Sea
S ondTime Beats Quitea1 Big
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BAD DAY FOR FAVORITES
THE WINNERS
FIHST IIACIC Ucho Dale 1 Cur
roll 1 > 2 Guesswork U I
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SECOND HACt Iulu Mnrr 1
Mount Hope 2 Mrs Frank Pos
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TIIIIID RAC1S Plylna Jib I Vat
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PIKTII IlVCn Paul OrclKton ip
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Specltl to The Evening World
EENJJINOIS RACE THACJC Nov 21
TIe streak of charrnlns weather itlll
continues and the track today was
pearly In Its normal state Tho fact
that the new soil Is almost all clay
makes It very plow to dry out
The card was not one ot nuteh prom
Ise There were two races on the
jrogramnie that stood out and these
promised to be the feature of the day
In view of the lack of stakes These
were the third a dash of seven furlongs
longs for twoyearold and the sixth
a handicap at a mile and a furlong
The attendance was excellent Wash
ington S people are slow to wake up
put the crowds Increase Gradually each
day and President How land predicts
that next week will be a recordbreak
cr Betting was fairly good
FIRST IUCE
Sic IIIrlonll
UHIn
Surter nhtt iotki El Illf Fin SirPlc
EchodtH 102 Mllliurn 4 V V 72 73
Carroll D 99 B W slih 3 44 2 J 3
Outiswork 93 VVjiborn 3 3J 3K 8 3
Prank Kenny S3 Durbee J l4Vi o 2
Molkttu 97 Pollak 7 75 B 10 4
Andrttui 83 Hurly 99 6U8 3
Alpea 93 Mcr n rtr 1 8b Jd 3 2
01nn 83 OUrlen 8 61 SJ 2o 8
Bnnilr sm ih 3IK rler 18 18 9 ° 12 o
Ono 81 Kllnck 6 1 b 10 20 J
aiianoonneld 03 tttt 11 11 U 50 15
luiuti 102 HU2liei 12 12 12 20 8
The Cuckoo 108 IlUIr 10 1U 13 20 8
Sllher One 9Cant ell 17 16 14 0 4
Dllnra 81 Jo 13 13 15 100 40
5WSV 97 I lIlIlnd H H 16 W 8
Jerk loIlIoa 87 II
lUhr 161717 611 2
DlankM 100 R Drown 15 15 18 20 8
Start poor Wan driving Time 1 10 35
Frank Kenny made the running with
Ejhodalc until the stretch was reached
where Prvnk Kenny null In tho run
home Carroll D and Guesswork closecl
on Echodile and In n hot drive Echo
Continued on Twelfth Page
DEATH FAR OFFLEO XIII j
PontIR Itefern Joculnrly to Rumor
of HU Illness
ROME Nov 1At a reception of SOO
Pledmontese pilgrims this morning the
loDe jocularly referred to thj rumor
yesterday of his IndlsDosljj jiJdlnx =
My time has not yaJSBf1 1Wo
haVe many things to a HH > before
death
Block WtiKe iniUn en hnt
kesitI rro ksnr BWU ttt ttt r rw tttt tu
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PARIS VICTIM IS
RICH MRS CORE
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Woman Shot in Singers Apart
ments Well Known in Cali
fornia and the City of
Mexico S
ONCE SUED SON OF A PEER
PARIS Nov 21Zluch of the mys
tery surrounding tho Identity of Helen
dpre the beautiful American woman
who was found dead Wednesday In the
apartments of the Russian singer Jean
de njdzewdkl has been cleared by
the police Investigation
Helen Gore was the wife of Tom Gore
of BritIsh Columbia Her maiden name
ape Sinclair and she was born In Cali
fornia She married Gore In San Fran
cisco He was wellknown 011 the Pa
chic cadet Gore and his wife moved to
the City of Mexico where Gore made a
great fortune Ho built an apartment
house there called Gore Court that was
the jinrvel of tho city at the time
Irom the best Information obtainable
Mrs Gore arrived In Purls last August
She engaged apartments in the pension
of Mmc Ponterles at No 11 Avenue de
li Grande Armor Madam says she
lived a secluded life attending closely
to her studies U was understood by
madam that Mrs Gore waS contem
plating bringing a suit for dIVorce
uffulnat her husband Soon after her
arrival In Paris she mot De Itydzewskl
who Is a relative of MajorGeneral Ryd
zowskl attached to thu staff or tho
Czar of Russia
Rydzewskl called at her apartments
frequently It U not believed that she
visited his apartments unaccompanied
before last edilesday when she arrived
at 6 oclock in the afternoon Halt an
hour later the sound of a pistol shot
aroused the hue RydzovvBkl ran out
of his rooms shouting that Mrs Gore
had committed suicide
Tho woman was found on a bed dead
Wh i Rldzewakl becaniu calmer hj
modified his story Klrst he said he
had accidentally knocked the revolver
from u mantle to thu floor then ho
Bald that ho was showing sirs for
the revolver when It slipped out of his
hand and exploded TR It truck tho
floor When the bullet struck Mrs
Gore he said she fell on the heel dean
Mrs Gore was formerly an opera
bouffe ginger and at one time attracted
much attention through a milt for
breach of promise against Viscount
Judlev then a dashing lieutenant In the
loyal iloffp Guards hnd prominent In
I seveial exclusive London clubs
MR TOWER LEAVES RUSSIA
1 RI Rc i
inlininilor Inrln tvtls C nr to
Go to Ilerlln
ST PKTURSUURCJ Nov hlArnbas
scdor Tower who has been transferred
from Bt Petersburg to Berlin has had
hs farewell audience with the Czar at
Llvadln
Ho afterward lunched with Ills
Majesty and the Czarina
WEATHER FORECAST I
Forecast for the thirtyix
bourn cinching nt 8 PM Saturday
for New York City and vlclnltyi
Pnrtlr cloudy tonight and Sat
urday light to fresh vresterly
wInds
S S Of Interest to Women
Xvecrtpttwt Utlu mild nnttn hr sirrieo
to lsd patrons ot tin PsoseyIvinla SpCi3 s
nttt bIsa New Ytekast Ioe
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lilY VOORHIS
TOOK POISON
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Daughter of Erooklyn Yacht
Club Commodore Now
an Actress Tries to Die
but Will Recover
WIFE OF COL 0 W LON
She Is in the Prison Ward of
Belicvuc Where She Ad
mitted Having Taken Mor
phine with Suicidal Intent
Mrs Ulllan Constance Voorhl r > on
the former jrulcts matron who wi
married to Cot George W Lyon a
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on time Surveyor of the Port and who
more recently his been a ilnser In a I
oomlcopcia chorus Is recovering n
the prison ward a licllevue Hospital
from the effects of a doe of luO hif
grain tablets of morphine taken dun <
stress of trouble In her room n t
Murray Hill Hotel
If her condition permits she will b > i
arraigned tomorrow on a charge of a j
ttmpt to commit suicide I
Miss Voorhls she auHUmcd her maiden
name after the separation from her
husband four years agowas tnKer
from tho hotel to the hospital early this
morning While unconscious After
seven hours of strenuous work on the
part of the doctor she recovered con
idousnoss rtufllulentl to malic this
statement to Supt Michael Itlckard o
the hospltnl
I am Lillian Convince Voorhis the
daughter of Commodoro Voorhis Of
course I am In trouble I took 100
halfgrain tablets of morphine Yes
Ive been on the stage but I will not
tell with what companies or anything
about It Ye I was married to a man
named Lyon but ho Is dead now so
what Is the use of talking about that 1
Too Wenk to Question
As eho was still very weak the do
tors thought they had better not ques
tion her further She was permitted to
re She Is tprlittltst
e the prettiest woman I remem
ber over hfivlns seen In this place sail
S pt rtlckard Seemingly demure and
modest she has great dark eyes aol
her prctlllj formed face In surmounted
I with a wealth of lustrous hair I should I
think she Is about tnentyscven or
twontvclght years old Not rrore than
that She has evidently Buttered much
she has had somo great trouble but I
doubt If she will reveal It She Is con
tent to keep her secret to herself
The late Commodore Voorhls of the
Urookljn Yacht Club was the owner
of the yacht Madeleine which was the
fourth successful defender of the Amen
cas Cup defeating tho British yacht
Countess of Uuffcrln In tho races ot
1876
1876His
Ills family was one of the fashlonible
summer colon at Newport and the en
tered the most exclusive circles It woe
In that social atmosphere that Illll in
Constance or ConsUne Lillian as she
was then known was reared
In 1S15 vvhci the was twenty years
old she was married to Col George vV
Lyon a prominent lawyer and Inter
ested In politics The wedding was out
ot the features of the society calendar
Later Lyon became Saivcvor of the
Port of New York
Hud IltiBunml Arrested
Mrs Lyon startled society three years
after her marriage by causing the ar
rest of her husband on a cbarco of I
abandonment Magistrate Doutl who
heard the case awarded her only > a I
week maintenance Lon now holds un
Important Government position In the
Philippines
A year ago Miss Voorhls who hid
gone back to her maiden name en
cred the chorus of Powcrss San TOO
company and made her debut at tn
Harlem OperaHouse At that time sill
said I urn starting at the bottom but I
will reach the top I have the ability
and I will succeed
Her family had Given her an excellent
musical education and with a naturally
sweet volco she made un Impression
evtn In the chorus
M > sterlou Mini Calls
A man stylishly attired bearing every
indication of rtjllncment but evidently
laboring under a severe mental strain
called at tho hospital
Ho said ho had heard that a oung
woman suffering from morphine poison
ing had been taken there and ho wished
to see her Whlla speaking with Capt
McCale In charge of the night watch
the OapUIn observed that the rnan bore
a remarkable rcuomblanoe to tho uune
woman Their features eyes hair and
manner vvcro Identical
The woman evidently arrived In the
city at the Grand Central Station about
9 oclock last night She went direct to
bo Manhattan Hotel a block from the
union and without caRting tor II toom
sIte went to tho telephonic booth und
ailed up tho Murrtt lull Hold linden
aged a room This was con llcled
peculiaR an thu Murray Hill HoUl Is as
lose to tine station as is the Manhattan
After telerxnonlng bile called u cab and
drove to tho Murray 11111 two blocks
way She was taken at once to Itnoni
201 on the second IDOl front and from
there she sent a bellboy to the offlco
with a verbal message io the clerk to
register her as L C Voorhls Now
York City A few minutes later her
two trunks and two travelling bags or
rived and were Installed In her room
io Core a Cold In On Day
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4run1iu ritual tht 01111 K It fails Ie tnn
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POISON ERROR
COSTS TWO LIVES
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Clerk Put Cyanide of Potassium
by Mistake Into Some Castor
Oil and Woman and Child
Were Killed
HE IS NOW UNDER ARREST
As the result of a mistake of a youth
cmplojrxl In a drug storo at No 105
Ninth avenue Joua Vlnca sixty years
of ale and her slxmonthsolil grand
I child Joslo Cnputa of No 403 West
Sixteenth street arc deul from cjnnlcJe
at potuslurn poisoninG
Ioulu Caput n rtreet sweeper lives
at the Sixteenth address with his wife
and family Mrs Vlnca was his wifes
mother She took care of the children
and helped with the work around the
house
Mrs Caputi sent her little daughter
Miry to the drug store which Is owned
by Theorloro IcneburK lust night with
instructions to get ten cent worth of
castor oil and nlmond oil mixed
When tho child returned Mrs Caputi
could detect no odor of almonds In the
mixture In tho bottle and mil an oldi r
daughter Vlncenzu buck to tho dru
store A youth who was on duty asked
her what tie trouble was and when told
that he oil of almonds hadnot been
mixed with the ciMor oil said he would
IK It lIe did I
Tho grandmother sue little Jose a
dose of the mixture today and took a
dose herself In a f < w minutes both
were In frightful agony Mrs faputa
called a pullet num who summoned Dr
Shei of No MJ Vest Fourteenth street
When the doctor arrived tin old wom
an was dead He did what he could
for the baby but It dlid In St Vin
cents Hospital
An examination of the oil slionod
that tho drug clerk Instead of mixing
almond oil with the cantor oil mixed
poison
Tne clerk Is William J lingers of No
362 West Nineteenth street He Is
eighteen years of age and says he does I
not remember sellnx anythng u the
Caputa girl
IGROUT AT1IACKS
I CENTRAL ROAD
Comptroller Declares During a
Discussion of Park Avenue
Widening It Has Grown Rich
Off the City
NO MORE FAVORS HE SAYS
J
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Property owners In Park avenue have
organized an opposition to the pro
posed widening of the thoroughfare by
the New York Central Hallrosd Home
of them were present today when the
Jlnird of Catinmte dlseutscd the ques
tion
Lawyers for the railroad company
were also present They declared that
the only pbn for Improving the Urand
Central terminal found piactlcablc con
templated the widening ot the nvenue
iind thc cloning of certain Intersecting
streets Tills is the plan which is op
Icfdl bv tile property owners
Major Low askid It It were not pos
xlble to build the proposed new tracks
In tiers anti keep within the present
urea Lawyer Ira PHee for the rail
mail unsncred that the Majors sing
gcstlnn had been dls usHed and aban
don d
I Comptroller Grout said Its about
tlmi ihe teens of New York City to
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the New York Central road were top
I u Your load IMIH been living off
Niw irk Cit > for Years an I SIMS
and It 14 about time the favors cc used
lie fore wi decide this e nips lion said
the Mai 01 the railroad ollljIiU rrj i
xliov UK next Vcdnc4di that tho di >
piisxlon of their tiacks Is wholh Im
piactlcahle before we ellI glee unv con
llernllnn to this plan vvhlrh It has suo
mltei
MUST PAY HEAVY SALVAGE
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LONDON Nov Irhe Admiralty
Court has anaided the Harrison Lino
steamtr Scholar JlSftJo for salvuKliiK the
American Line steamer llelgcnl mil
I The nelKenland nhleli left Philadel
phia tor iJivetpool broke her chad on
Julj 9 Three days later the Scholar
lht u the dnlilril ntcvimur anti tOOK
I her In ton The Belgcnland had 120 IIrllt
class nnd 74 seconddnss passengers
pasenp era
JEROME BREAKS WITh GO ill R
AND WARS Ol ANli POlICY MA
The hitherto friendly reiatinns existing between District
Attorney Jerome and Capt Goddrds AntiDo1icy Sooiety wera
broken today
Mr Jerome proposes to make a sweeping investigation of
the Societys methods o conducting their cases Disci sures
are expected in connection with the charging of witness ffidi
Several policy men were w before Judge Foster this after
noon and Mr Jerome advised the men to plead guilty Mr
Blainy counsel for the Goddard Society openly sneeredat the
public prosecutor If you dont stop making remarks said
Mr Jerometl will call upon Judge Foster to have you put out
of the courtroom
Judge Foster ordered an investigation of charge that
Blainy had struck Supt McFarlane for not snaking out a strong
case
C t s
LATE RESULTS AT LATONIA
S Third Race Secundus 1 Facade 2 Kunja 3
Fourth Race Handvioe 1 Tatar Islip 3
Fifth cePast Master Quality Street 2 Doc Wood 3
i xSixth flaceFlaneurl KingBarleycorn 2 KingsJPetS
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COAL OPERATORS
SUDDENLY CHECK fi
I STRIKE INQUIRY
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Reported that a Plan Has Been Agreed Upon
to Settle All Differences Without the Inter r
vention of the Presidents Arbitration Com
I mission Which Is Now in Session f
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i Ten Per Cent Increase in Wages and an Ad
i justment at Each Mine of Other Grievances
Said to Be the Basis Upon Which It Will Be
Soijght to End Controversy Without Dela
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2crUI to The HTenlnc World 1
SCRANTON Nov 211t seems almost a certainty now that the dif
ferences between the coal miners and operators will lo settled without
further Intervention on tine part of the Arbitration Commission This
statement Is made on tint authority of ono of tho chief attorneys for tho
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mlno owners who says that such a plan is now under discussion H
Such a Ioport was Insistently circulated early In the day but not much
attention wan paid t It until Just before adjournment thin afternoon <
Judge Gray said <
JUDGE GRAYS REMARKS S 1
The Commission hopo that an effort will be made by the partlse to t
como to an agreement on nearly all If net all the matters now In contro
versy nnd that they will adopt the sugcstlon heretofore made by the Com X
mission to counsel on both sides that we aid them In such an effort by our
onclllnlory offices h
It seems to us that many of tho conditions complained of and which
have been the subject and study of our examinations might be better
remedied by tho parties to the controversy approaching the subject in a
proper spirit and with the purposo of fairly adjusting them We hope i
gentlemen that the Interval of time to be granted may be availed of with
this end In view Of course In the mean time we shall proceed with the
work before us as we have begun it u
Even then both Hides to tho controversy declined to discuss the matter
but lain In the nftcrnoon it was admitted that a meeting might be held In
this Ity tonIght at which the whole question would be gone over
The pirn now proposed it Is said is for a 10 per cent increase In
wages anJ a fair adjustment of the other grievances would be fixed upon 1
MITCHELL NOT TALKING
President Mitchell would not be Interviewed but It was learned that S
Attorney Ross for the Iackawanna had made a hurried trip to New York
to consult with President Trusdale This was backed by the statement
that Wayne MacVcngh had already a number of conferences with th4
chief operators and their representatives at which a plan for settling the
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whole trouble had been fixed upon
It Is at least cure so It is said that all minor differences will be ar
ranged and that If the Commission does go on It will be simply to settle
the main contentions
WAS IT MR BAERS
INTERFERENCE
President Walter Wont Admit
that He Resented Activity o
Man Who May Succeed Him
President Alfred Walter of the Le
high Valley Railroad whose reslgna
lion will take effect on the last day ot
this month Is expected to make a state
ment of his position within a few da > s
At present however he declines to
speak of the reasons for his resignation
or of the Incidents of the stormy meet
Ing of the Hoird of Directors In Phlla
delphla on Wednesdiy
Mr Walter Is not permitting the trou
bled affairs of the Lehigh Valley to In
terfere with the horseback ride which It
has long been his ctmom to take every
morning The line weather tempted him
to ride longer than usual this morning
and It was well toward noon when he
left his hone at No 31 West Seventy
third street nnd wept to his oftlc at
No W CorJindt street
To a representative of Tho Evening
World he said today that he had noth
ing whatever to add at present to what
has alrcAly been published concerning
tho troubles In the Lehlgh Valley
Was tIne difference of opinion which
led to jour resignation with President
Baer of the Reading In particular
he was asked I
I will fay nothing about that he
replied
It has been reported that the recent
activity of Mr Deer In Lehigh affairs
aroused Mr Walter resentment The
friction Is sail to have grown steadily
and to have culminated In the dissension
that nearly broke up the meeting of tho
directors Wednesday It Is also ru
mored that Mr fleer was supported In
his opinions on the Lehigh management
by J Plerpont Morgan and that ho will
be President Walters successor hold
Ing the presidencies of both roads In
further promotion of the community of
Interest between them
There will be another ro eting ot tho
director the flrnt Wednesday In De
cember when It U supposed the new
gcsident will lie named
I ROBBED MAYBE AN
I THROWN IN RIVER
Body of Unidentified Elderly
Man Found in the Harlem
with Clothing Torn
The body of on unidentified man about
fIfty years old was found In the Harlem
River off One Hundred and Thirtyfifth
street today From the appearance ot
his clothing the police say he may have
been robbed and thrown In the scream
The body was evidently that otn
tired business man It was clothed to
In a sick suit of dark goods made up h
fashionably Them was no tailor mrk
on the clothing The clothing was dls
arranged and torn s
Ther > were no marks of violence on
the body It had been In tho water t
a short time
S
lIt pennies a nickel and a pair ot
spectacles was nil that was found oh tha S
body
The man had weighed about Ity
pounds was 5 feet 7 Inches tall and had e
gray hair and eyes
MAIL NOT STOPPED
rout Office Hn Not Interfered with L
Imperial Tjiieirrlter Com pony
The statement published In The EYeD
Ing World that Inspector Brown of the
Post Otllce Department had ordered
all mall addressed to the Imperial Type
writer Company No 123 Liberty street
to be marked Fraudulent and r r
turned to the sender was Incorrect
Inspector Drown suggested that certain Afl
statements In ihe advertisements of the <
company were liable to bo misconstrued
but these errors were corrected promptly
by the company
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RUSSIAN EXPLORER CUT OFF
huron Toll Shut In br Winter In l
Sllicrln
LONDON Nov J1A special d
spatch from St Petersburg annptiaC = 3
that Baron Toll who I exploring the
Siberian coast line hu v ai n
from the OOMI

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