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r THE WORLDS SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY 17 L 1903 < n
COAl COMBINE
H SMASHED
CUTS PRICES
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News of Hidden Supply
Aided by Warm Weather
j Causes a Retail Drop in
I 1 Prices to Less Than 10
4 a Ton
RETAILERS TO AID POOR
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Ccmmittee Appointed to Arrange
with Railroads for a Steady
I Supply to Be Sold the Needy
at Ten Cents a Pail
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Baal prices weakened today but not
I a s much as was hoped despite the warm
I weather tnd the exposure In the news
I i papers of tho great quantity of coal
ti being held In Jersey for higher prices
Most Independent coal was being sold
yesterday at 110 and 11050 a ton To
day the game dealers were selling It for
1950 and 1975 a ton One reason why
the market did not break lower was the
I buying of New England There Is still
Ij cold weather up around Boston and the
t Eastern market 13 clamorous for fuel
t Indeptndent sold 4000 tons for New
I i England today and this caused prices
Bili f to stiffen here
I I Lower Price Expected
l Lower prices ale expected In New York
If the warm weather keeps up a little
The demand 01 consumers tell off fully
50 per cent today The railroads which
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have been sending most of their 15 coal
to other points In the country and let
ting New York do the best It could with
the highpriced Independent coal began
Ili today to do a little more for this city
I More of their coal came In and still more
1 I ls promised
Tho break In the price hasnt helpid
the cousumer much If any as yet
i Concerns like Curtis Blaisdell Burns
Brothers and Jloquln Offerman Hels
Unbuttel who do 50 per cent of the coal
ustness of the RIcater city are loaded
p with contracts with the Independent
oal at 10 a ton
Curtis Blalsdell have out undelivered
rm idera for 2000 tons Burns Bros for
h iJO tons and theBrooklyn concern for
dOO tons They hold that they cannot
i LII to the public at lees than 1050 until
lirj havo got rid ot this Independent
al
1 iI JThls price of 510GO Is the ruling retail
lIce In the city today with most of the
jalere Some are getting more but
I jactlcally none any less Soft coal le
I Ringing IS 60 a ton
I I For Ten Cent n Fall Hate
I j the committee of retailers consisting
II G D Curtis G I Herbert and
Ichael Burns appointed to arrange
tth the railroads for a steady supply
ten cents a pall coal for the poor had
talk with President Fowler of the
w York Ontario and Western yester
Or
IMr Fowler was asked by Mr Low
I attend to the railroad end of the
1 heme He told the committee that he
f ifxjuld arrange a meeting between them
1d the sales agents of the different
bads on Monday when arrangement
gould be completed for gaining the
ieslrejjl end
c Even the strongest combinations of
tpltal yield to the Just demands en
4 f Jcod by legitimate publicity an In
rtance ot which Is the forcing ot the
Manhattan Elevated Road to better Us
service The coal operators could have
continued In their extortionate charges
I for their commodity for a while but
J publicity was doing Its work Toe
Evening World was the tlrst of the
I newspaper to point to the lack ot truth
in the operator statements that there
was no coal Actual photographs
about SOOOOO tons of coal within Bight of
New York City were published
ICxpoied lijr The World
r Then the operator pleaded that It
i there was that much coal there the
f reason they could not get H Into New
I York was because of the lack of coal
barges and The Evening World pub
lished phoographa of hundred of Idla
coal barges tied up to the coal docks
C b < K ing for cargoes
I 11 itUtudfl of the operators clearly
I I t set Mtth In the statement of a repre
Jr sentative of the big Independent lirm ot
Robinson Haydon No 1 Broadway
1I0uld <
Our price Is what we can yet XVe do
not know what other are charging but
we ire charging 375 a ton The mild
weather makes less demand Wo are
Imply following the rule of supply nnd
demand If we can get 111 a ton we will
take it It we can get only 950 wu will
sill for J9EO nd It wo cannot gut mure
thin ft we will take J3 I
I The vnrloua charity In
I K united letter icy they have been as
tired that the operator will not
again try to Bend the prices up and
they ask that the city be prevented
from appropriating lawOOO for the pur
ehase of coal for the poor as suggest
ed by the aldermen They aay they
are meeting the dtfnand
SMALLPOX PATIENT ESCAPES
lIb Second Break
tor Liberty Suc
ceed und He II Itlll at Lr0e
Tom Jackson a negro Inmate of the
isolation hospital at New Brunswick N
il who js suffering from smallpox
cped from cuatody last night but
WM recaptured This moraine he rs
caDd onln He vlt d a number of
aa90nfnllb second W nt aBdTu jtlij
M A L4pI to4
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DETECTIVE WELSH NOW DYING 1
OF WOUND RECEIVED FIGHT
Photographed when serving In the Astor Battery In the Philippines
WOMAN ACCUSED
OF SHOOTING
Continued from First Page
and I made a tour of the Mercer Street
Precinct under the guidance of Welsh
who ha been Investigating conditions In
that locality for some time past Among
other places sited was the saloon of
Victor Moller on Thompson street
where DotectHo OShea and Detective
Frewen wero shot at a few weeks ago
About S oclock Welsh suggested that
we have dinner and we went to The
Black Cat on West Broadway near
Washington square Welsh win not
feeling well and only ate a plate 6t
soup Ve hid a drink and bought some
cigarettes and at the end of the meal
the waiter brought H check for 310
which wan paid Riving the walter a
liberal tip We donned our overcoats
and were walking to the door When the
wdlter came up Maying There is 1 > cents
more coming here you own for another
dinner We disputed the claim and re
fused to pay Then the proprietor stood
In the door and refused to let us out
saying If jou dont pay that bill Ill
call a policeman
I replied Well call a policeman
and hurry up Wo dont want to stand
here all night
Welsh then walked up to the proprie
tor and said We dont owe you any
thing and If you want a policeman Im
one at the same time showing his
badge There were some more words
and the proprietor shoved Welsh away
roughly Tho detective struck him and
then the waiter rushed up I grabbed
him by the coat and Raid Now you
GROUT COMPARES
NfW TAX BILLS
Selects 1000 Parcels of Real I
Estate in Boroughs to Show I
Rate This Year and Last
ConTxtroller EdWard II Grout today
gave out a statement In defense of a
new plan of full value taxation and
valuation
I have caused a selection to be
made he saId aggregating over one
thousand parcels scattered among tho
rive boroughs for the purposes of show
Ing the effect of the Increased assessed
vluatlon upon the tax bills for 1803 The
results disclosed arc
In Manhattan 140 parcels were ex
amlnod Of these 101 will show tho tax
bills lower than 1002 and 30 higher The
assessed valuation of these parcels In
1002 aggregated 2675200 as against
i 18001 for 1KB
In the Bronx ISO parcels were exam
ined withjonly fortysix parcels loner
The Increase In valuation Is about
U25000
In Brooklyn 169 parcels were exam
ined ot which 418 will have lower tax
bills The assetsod valuation upon these
parcels In 1902 aggregated 6407676 as
against I843UU for 1933
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C H GUILD A SUICIDE
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New Yorker SliooU Illiuarlf In n
Slnlito Hotel
specIal to Tli Eimlai World
BANGOR leJan 17C II Gulldot
New York shot himself at the St James
Hotel In this city lust night I His body
wan found today
Mr Guild had been staying at the
Bangor House for four weeks Ha was
well dressed and of ap
pearance
It ii supposed that financial or family
troubles prompted the suicide In the
room was a note aiklnjr that Edward
Carberry or No = i Washington Place
NewS York be Informed of bin suicide
No IR1C lman u mentioned In
Guild totUr 4 knowaat tt Ws3th1g
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keep away He ruhed at Welsh hut
tho latter pushed him back In the
scutTling Welsh and the proprietor had
gotten behind the screen which Is at
tho right of the door as you enter By
this time there were several other waIt
ers there und the mlxup was general
clnlt Said Mj God Im Shot
Suddenly I heard a eliot and that
ended tho disturbance We left the res
taurant Welsh and I were standing en
tho steps outside when Welsh said Mv
God Mr Johnston Im shot lie put
Ills hand up to his neck
Welsh was reported to bo a very sick
man at the hospital but to be Joint
aw well as could ba expected considering
tIm nature of his wound He was an
orderly on Commissioner dreenes SHUT
when the latter was serving in tile
Philippines Welnh was then in tho
Astor Battery HutchInson was also a
member of the battery i
Welsh condition became so perlous
during the day that It was decided to
operate on him The surgeons began 1
their task at once
The Injured detective stood the opera
lion well It was said that his condition I
while critical wax favorable His father
and ills wife were permitted to see him
after the operation
nail was offered this afternoon for
Scherlere and the wilnesaes In the
House of Detention by Mrs Mallna
Weill of No 8 Van Ke rj place Magis
trate Barlow accepted It Arne Is still
locked up
WONT GIVE UP
CANDY MICE
Continued from Pint Page
men tho affair II none the isis repre
hensible I havo written to the Con
necticut Humane Society and have as
sured them of my moral support
The women who are arranging the
degrading exhibition are none the less
subject to the action of the law be
cause they are women The laws of
Connecticut on tho subject are absolut
and I am sure that those who partici
pate In such a cruel contest will be pun
ished for It
Connecticut Society took the mat
ter up and wrote long letters to Mrs
Cummlngs about the affair She
strung them along too Societies In
other States got busy Minister took
It up All sorts of people who love to
I meddle In other peoples affair rushed
Into print with Interviews The news
paper made pictures and features and
altogether the whole country was In a
tpasm ovei the affair
Another Cut Club Said Nothing
Tho Cat Club sat tight No one got
the wiser when Mayor Leeds was
elected an honorary member of the
club although they had to change the
constitution to do It no men being ell
Klbla for membership hitherto
Then Mrs Cuinmlngsii husband
counsel for the Connecticut Cat Club
declined 10 Interfere People paid that
hn was under tils wifes thumb and
rtlditt dare They ware sure of It when
hn came out In an inteivlew an told
Ml lUlnes to mind his own business
nod let the Connecticut Cat Club at
tend to humanity In that State
Having got everybody up to a irrrat
pitch of excitement the ladles 0 frt
club concluded today that ther had
gone far enough with their joke 10
out the following statement Mrs
nut the following statements Airs
Cummings acting a If the mouthpiece
A Held trial fui kittens and mice
under the nuiplcen ot the Connecticut
Cut Club has never at any time been
seriously considered In tbe first place
the suggestion was made playfully hut
It was circulated and came under the
notice of layorl Leeds Tin Mayor ap
peared to take the thins etrtomly and
when the club found that he and other
ofllclaU and the world In general took
the matter seriously they decided to
carry on the Joke
It Is true we hav purchased two
thousand micefrom a confectioner
which we will give away to visitors at
the how nn souvenirs I say this now
tit oalrnthe fveJInn of Mayor 1oda
Mr Maine of the S P C lA and any I
ono elss who may have nupposet the
officer of the Cat Club were Inhuman
or would cater to a depraved tact
After this Mayor peed sent a latter
to fho cwcretary of the Cat Club aeo pt >
log honorary membership In the club
and cntrrtrc the little btacK ct whloii
Mec left W a JqkM Itt kli rJIoII
e ik
MANHUNTS WilD
DOC IN QUEENS
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Bloodhound Purchased by
Sheriff Bragga Will Trail
Trusties Who Skip from
County Jail
HE SNIFFS AT THE TRAMPS
Brute li Chained In Jail Yard In
Sight of All Weary Willies1
Who Were Wont to Run Away In
the Spring
The next trusty who runs away from
the Queens County Jail Is coin to have
ix bloodhound at hs heMs Sheriff de
Dr3CP la aisle and tired spending
money to catch fugitive and today
he brought to th jail a greet ugly
looking bloodhound guaranteed to fol
low u man ai lone ti he has feet to
runMany
Many tramps are cent to the Queens
County Tail for nix months In the early
part of the winter They an oonflflcd
to the cars of the Sheriff and he puts
them to work about the jail Ai long
as the weather Is oald and the ground
frozen the Weary Willie have no
desir to go away They do chord eat
the prison fare ilcep loa warm place at
night and oozielder them lvea lucky
But when the warm aprlntrUme come
th y let the fever to wander They go
out some fine morning to oloin up the
front walk of theJaJl yard and perhaps
one doesnt come back Then It la up to
the Sheriff to catch tbtmandln the
past It lUll ooat him a conaiderabla
amount of monoy
So this year taking time by tbe fore
lock he decided to get himself a blood
hound lie found a good kennel and paid
CO Ion a brute ththu nose enough to
tell what language a man speaks by
a oeatlng Ma footprint Ha brought him
Into the Jail yard today and Mowed
him to the tired bunch who were look
ing up at the aun and smelling the
warm aprlncllke air In anticipation of
the Trench leave of the future
The dog went from trusty to trusty
inlfflna at them Intelligently and ap
parently differentiating thl various
oJors fr future uj
Just remember said the Sheriff It
I yoU leave without saying goodby this
fellow will follow you and chase you up
a telegraph pole
With this warning he led the dog back
to Ills kennel and chained him up where
he could keep his eyes and nose pointed
at the trusses
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GERMAN OFfiCER
KILLED IN A DUEL
Affair Was the Result of the
Findings of the Kaisers Mili
tary Court of Honor
BBIUIN Jan 17Flrt Weut Werner
von Qnaw rt son of the Ieutenant
general of that name shot Dr Aye a
lawyer of Flensburg through the neck
cutting the spinal cord In a duel fought
In the Qrunewald Forest yesterday
Death ensued Immediate
The deceased who was an officer ot
the Army Reserve leaves a widow and
five children The cause of the quarrel
was obtrcure but of loner standing The
duel was fought In pursuance to the
findings of a mlltorv court of honor
Lieut ron drawert surrendered him
self to the mIlitary authorities
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WOMEN LOOr COAL
TRAIN IN TOLEDO
Assisted by Boys and Girls They
Forcibly Seize Five Cars of
Fuel In the Erie Yards
TOLEDO 0 Jan 17A mob Inolud
inr over 300 men women boys and Klrl
this morning delced five carloads of soft
coal which had just arrived In the
Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad yards
consigned to the National Malleable
Casting Company and local oil men
There was no attempt in top the
wholesale theft neither the police nor
the officials1 of the railway or casting
company taking a hand in the affair
The fuel was carried off in wagons
deigns soap boxes buckets and baa >
keti and nothing but the slack was left
In any car
FORMED A BUCKET BRIGADE
Employer of Tefft Weller A Co
Help Fat Oat Fire
A fire In the basement of No IM
Broadway occupied by the dry goods
I
Ann of Tertt Weller it Co nss sub
dued by a bucket brigade formed by tbt
employee
When the firemen arrived they found
the fire practically under control and
they made short work of It The dam
age WM 11009
FRENCH COUNT A SUICIDE
Deabm Pam Cal Engineer
Dead In Trnnei e
tletsl to The Cnpln World
OJCATTAiNOOChA Tnn Jan 17
Count Iml J ObI sui
cide her tod > He was born In France
and cam e to Oil country come rear
ago
asxtil
til lather KM partner of D IAMP
In bnlUlB DM fanua a Canal DttebU
WM oW < MbiMr on th Mrvy of the
1IJM4 awtw < JJT lwUiU in 4h at
BLOODHOUND WITH WHICH QUEENS COUNTY 1
SHERIFF WILL TRACK FUGITIVE PRISONERS
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TOOK METHOD
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INTERNALLY i
It Was Valued at Fifty Cents
and Mr Perlet Is Out that
Much While Miss Ruhlman
Is In
TO LOCATE IT WITH XRAYS
A young lady Is 60 cents In and Her
man Fend Is a halfdollur nit as the
result of an experiment to make a ringer
out of Adele Celestlne Rinlman i pretty
young womah of eighteen woe homo
Is at No 640 Pacific strict Uiookljn
The operaticfinancial oc
curred at the American School of Opera
No 216 West Fortysecond atreet Miss
Ruhlman Intending to become a pupil
had come across the bridge to try her
olce Like all beginner she started In
with grand opera Just to show sho
owned a olco that could perform tricks
she tackled the Jewel Song from
Iaust
She was reaching for tho pearl neck
lace with an eager little thrill when hr
tongue flew up and clung tenaciously to
the roof of her mouth Misc nuhlman
was dismayed But Mr Perlet merely
smiled
I can fix that said he with quiet
assurance Well break your tongue
of that habit with this and Mr Perlet
drew from his pocket a silver half dol
lar
Its the old Italian method of con
trolling a refractory tongue he ex
plained Placed on the tongue It pre
vents the tongue from quivering or
going to the roof of the mouth Your
tongue please I
MIss Ruhlman held out her tongue and
Mr Pcrlet placed the halt dollar thereon
Now he directed try It again the
A natural j
Ahaht sang Miss Ruhlman then
suddenly stopped with a startled Oh
Mr Perlet noticed her gulp nnd the
terrible truth flasaed upon hln that chic
had awalowed his money
lie uttered an artistic exclamation
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pate til her on the back and shook her
But his efforts were in vain The coin
was gone
When Miss Ruhlmnn became satisfied
she had turned herself Into a savings
bank she went Into convulsions which
continued Intermittently for nearly eight
hours
Shes feeling somewhat hotter today I
and tomorrow aims goIng to see
whether the Xray can throw any light
on the old Italian method
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DYNAMITE fOUND
ON CENTRAL TRACK
It Is Believed that It Was Placed
There at Schenectady to
Wr ckll Train
SCHENECfTAbT Jan 17A stick of
dynamite about six Inches in length and
round In shape was found on the tracks
of the New York Central Railroad at
about the noon hour today by n man
who gave th name of F J Duller ot
thin city I
The piece of ilynnmlte In diameter
wan about the sUe of a quarter of a
dollai and it was wrapped In thick
paper and from nppeornncea It was
the kind used fo heavy explosive pur
poirea
A deep mystery urrounln the rtls
covery of this most dangerous exjilo
ilvc rnd It would seem as though the
person who placed It on the track haI
In mind but one purpose and that was
to meek a train
RIKER AGAIN IN LIMBO
Man DUchnrBrd am Inmnr liaises
lion In Apnrlnienllluiitr
William 11 Hiker who has been In
the West Side Court several times re
cently both as a defendant In Insanity
proceedings which ha defeated and as
a complainant was arraigned today
charged with disorderly conduct on the
premises at No 211 West One Hundred
and Sixth street last evening
His former wife now Mm Lilly Hun
from whom he was divorced lives In an
apartment there Illkrr visited inn
building lat night and was refuted ad
mission to Ihl woman apartmnt
According to Jim luau who hAd Po
IIcman Hrckty of the West One Hun
dredth Street Button arrest RUer he
nearly kicked In the door and when It
held fast raised a rumpus In the hall
way which aroused everyone In the
building
II J Ryan the woman husband
nresed the charge against Hiker In lie
Wt Side Court this morning Mtglt
1mr W tfQc4 lbs vale and meid1
ST LOUIS BROKE
WEDDINC e TRYST
Howard Cutting Mail Clerk on
the Delayed Liner Was to
Have Wed Miss Taylor Last
Wednesday
THE BRIDE WAITED ON PIER
Thorp wait ape soimi lad ID Now
York City to whom trio pan four days
has seemed an eternity and who de
clare she would not pnsa another suet
period for a thousand share of Stan
dard oil etock
She Ia Miss J C Taylor and resides
In East Seventeenth street Manv
months ago she met Howard E Cut
tins of Stamford Conn one of the
United States mall clerks cmplojcd on
the American line steamers Himn Mr
Cuttings friends In the Postonice1 acre
told that he was engaged to be married
to Miss Taylor and that Jan 14 was
set for the wedding with a trip to
Porto Rico as a wedding tour
But Cupid had reckoned without the
leaky boilers ot the St Louis so when
the wedding guests came last Wednes
day Miss Tavlor tearfully told them
that Mr Cutting was on the Bl Ious
Wherever she might be
When the delayed shIp steamed up
to her pier today many of the specta
tors noticed a man on board who seemed
unusually enthusiastic oven consider
log the situation Ho leaned tar over
the rail and waved his hut frantically
to a comely young woman who stood on
tho pier and chic her taco wreathed In
smiles waved anttwcnlne Msnals with n
tiny lace handkerchief Needless to say
who they were
ITnlcRj the ntenihenrte1 potnl ni
fleluls relent there will he A 1114 till
the honevmoon for Sir Culling Ji
luchrduled to return to buioou on the
next outgoing American liner on Wed
nesday
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SEARCHING FOR BODIES
Police arntome TnnU at Scene
of Third Avenue Flrr
The police today resumed their earch
for bodies among the ruins of tie fire
that destroyed tho Aaron Werthelm
or motes In the block on Third avenue
between One Hundred nnd Nineteenth
and One Hundred and Twentieth street
last night but found none Their art
certain that the exact loss of life li
known for all those reported missing
have bean accounted for 1IallstaclorIlY
EAT SLOW
Means Chew Fut Fine nnd Hard
but Swallow Slow
Across the table sat n young man
remarked nn old gentleman from New
Albany 1ml recently with a sickly
face who was slowly chewing In a
fashion which led mo to believe that
his teeth were all In such ft condition
that If he should forget himself and
bite a little bit harder oft would fly
tho lop of hIs head Finally I re
marked
4 You have to bo very careful of
them 7
4 Yes indeed ho replied I have
nd sfomach My doctor told mo to
oat slow No odds what your hurry
may be said he eat slow
You misunderstood him Bald I
what the doctor meant was to Chew
fast fine and hard but to swallow
alowly Now you are actually com
mitting suicide Tho doctor moant
for you to use your teeth Are your
teeth all right 7
Yes ho replied I cnn bile
through sole leather I wonder If the
doctor did mean that I should chow
hard instead of alow
Then I told him of my experience
in the food line Im a pretty old
man now but like a good many other
people ray stomach went back on me
one time and I commenced to study
food and the requirements of tho
body After experimenting n good
deal I came across GrapeNuts and
was coon convinced that thlll food
met all the requirements of health
and I1JI a dally diet Is Indispensable
I am not ft doctor but It IB easy to
understand that the great change
from my former condition to my
present good health and ability lit
the ago of 67 to walk twentyfive
miles a day If so Inclined is duo
solely to OrnpeNtits and the proper
nourishment ray body has received
from this valuable food
The crispnesa of OrapeNuti gives
the teeth sufficient action to keep
them In good condition Its taste Is
delicious and the way It 18 prepared
corrects any digestive trouble a per
son may haye know my ease of
life baa been renewed for a term of
yearn by its uee Nome given by
PoBtttBi Co Bttl CfMk Hicb
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PATROLMAN MAY BE CRAZY
Ills Strange Irllann Land Him in
Hellenic In nnr Invlllon
J It lyomnx a patrolman attached
to the Kut rifts Ilrst street station llv
tog with his wife at No 317 Hnst One
Hundred and Tuontythlnl street was
taken to Bellovuo Hospital last night
ChILI placed In the Insane IjUllon
On last Thursday Lomax was up on
charges before Deputy Commissioner
Piper charged with Improperly patrol
Ing his pont and fullliiK to appear when
hU trial was called Last Thursday he
was at Headquarters but left before I
hits caM teal called to get shaved
WhNI he returned ho found he had been
suspended
Last night he vin found nrui lilt home
gesticulating and throwIng cane In tho
air He lund lone ribbons In the lapels
of his coat
Deputy Commissioner Piper was notl
flud and his trial was postponed Cjpt
lnntrv and Lomaxs wife think he Is not
himself
SUICIDE ROCE
A PIANO INYENf R
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Man Who Killed Himself Yester
day Was the Author of the Up
right Form of Musical Instru
ment
IN ILL HEALTH FOR YEARS
For Breakfast Had OnoMllic
Punch for Dinner Two Milk
Punches and for Supper One
Milk Punch a
It came to light today that Chanlo
E Rogers of No 105 Lincoln avenue J
who commuted suicide yesterday in the
Estey Piano Works at Southern Boule
vard and Lincoln avenue by shooting
hmseli was the Inventor of the first
upright piano and at one time was a
wealthy piano manutacturer In partner
ship with former Goy Ames of Massa
chusetts
Following nogeras Invention a part
nership was formed for the manufacture
uf upright pianos with offices In Boston
under the firm name of Charles E
Rogers Co with JIT Ames as the
silent partner
Rogers became a bankrupt and caw
to Nen York and worked for the SteIn
way Piano Company Inventing a num
ber of appliance now used in the SteJti
way pianos
He was vlctm of a cancerous growth
and was operated on at the New York
Hospital a year ago Since then ha has
not eaten solid food his breakfast din
ner and supper consisting respectively
of one milk punch two milk punches u
and ono mllkpuncti
A young man named Charles C Rog
ers sup asedl > his nephew has been
found since Rogers death to be ha
non It In stated by Mr Estcy that
Rogcri called him his nephew he had
a nrcdellctlon for begging at which the
oung man said lie could make more
money than nt a legitimate business
For some time Rogers had been lem
pojed nt the Estey factory tuperlptend
Ing various parts of the grand pianos
N 20U
AilHERS IN CASH
M1 o FREE I
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