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I TilLMANS
r SHOT KillS
tr GONZALESO
t S
Columbia SC Editor
i Wounded by the Lieu
ftenantGovern r Suc
cumbs to His Wound in
Spite of His Physician
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I CONVICTION IS IMPROBABLE
I
I Records of the South Show
C that Similar Aots Are Not
Likely to Be Held to Account
r by the Law
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SpecUl to SItu Ertnlnc TPorll
COLUMBIA S Coo Jan 19Lleut
i I Oov James H Tlllmans victim N G
GonzaJes Is dead Since the bullet was
shot Into his abdomen last Thursday
j 1 there has been no real hope that the
brilliant editor could survive Ho rank
steadily and the end came at 1 oclock
this afternoon
His death fans again to fever heat
i the bitter feeling against Tlllman who
I 18 still locked eafely In jail It Is not
likely thai any attempt will be mode to
lynch him for his high position In the
Suite Administration means that he
would be defended by the entire armed
force of the State and the undertaking
la too great even Tor tho aroused frIend
Gonzales
ofIt
It would mean a shocking amount of
bloodshed and as there Is no chance of
getting at the murderer by stealth the
lIefhere I that he will eventually be
permitted to stand tria ondgo free in
all probability
I Sympathy with OOD alp
While the shooting was the outgrowth
of a bitter political quarrel between the
two men and Gonzalcg had without
qlMtt nat ackec1 Tlllmin with Jthe
TOSWaUrt vltifneratlori the Lieutenant
1 Govcjnor has few sympathizers In South
Carolina outside of the machine with
which he and hIs uncle the Senaotr are
Identified It Is not so much theikllling
Itself which baa aroused South Caro
linians but tho manner in which Till
man accomplished It His act was that
of a coward and this offends tha States
sense of pride In courage
TJio political campaign which bad
l i called forth tho attacks of Gonzales
I If I his capacity as editor of The State
i ad boen over some months There
t 4 had been threats on Tlllmans part that
1 he would kill tho newspaper man for
the harsh words of crltlcllsm he had
written about him but time had passed
and nothing had happened Pcoplo be
i gun to think that the trouble was
over Certainly Gonaales had no sus
picion that ho was likely to be attacked
for although he know tlho Lieutenant
Governor was In town ho did not go
armed to meet him
f Act Wan Unprovoked
Tlllman had been presiding at a ses
sion of the State Senate Ho left the
Capitol and walked up the principal
r street of the town Ho met Gonzales
coming from tho other direction As
they drew abreast tho gallant Lleuten
antGovernor without a word of warn
ing drew his revolver from his pocket
and placing It against the body or the
editor fired
Gonzales staggered back with a look
Of fcatu and defiance In his face Till
man raised hla weapon as though to
shoot again
Shool you dirty coward shoot
agalnl said the wqunded man as he
sank to the ground
Tlllman wiped his revolver on the
sleeve of hla coat and walking to the
onice of tho Sheriff surrendered himself
ponzales was carried by several oC
his friends to his office which he had
just left and then was removed to hU
home The beat surgeons In the State
were summoned and later Dr W Gill
Vylle woecalled from New York They
gayo him all the skill they posewsed
r
tint his Intestines had been perforated
and though an operation was per
formed it was hopeless practically and
their patient died
Tlllman h Defiant
From his prison cell the LIeutenant
Oovcrnor maintained all along and does
fltllU maintain his defiant attitude
When It was sold that there was a bJre
chance that Gonzales might recover
the murderer publicly regretted that he
bed not killed him outright and BO
nddrid another stain to his already be
l mlrched character
f 1 A wave of Indignation swept over the
fltoto when the news of the crime got i
broadcaat and there was Vit once talk
4 of lynching but Gov McSweeney
got
ready the militia and gavo It out that I
ho would defend the UeutenantClov
k ernor with every rifle In South Carolina
> x and so Tillman is alive today to gloat
BIt
over the death of his victim
It IB not believed here that Tlllman I
Will ever bo convicted because of the
feeling In the South of the right of a
It wan to resent personal attacks
even
jnrltlr a KBort 10 the pUto
T
WEATHER FORECAST
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f Iurioat or < JaD tnlrtyslc
I bour endluir at H P SI Tue
r 1417 for New York CJtr and fl i
f violnltr fulr totilili Tuesdar
linrtlr cloudy Mild
i vrurmer
l vnrlulilo nlnili becoming frech
LiutCr
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S e It VVrltltiB Krlende to Florliln
j 1 urt rear Iflln is Poitpmc la tint to n br
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p it4 teaMs Dec llN BIWIT 0 s
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STEAMSHIP
MAIN COMES
BACK AFIRE
Smoke Curling from Hatch
way Gives the Alarm
While Passing Sandy
Hook Outward Bound
and Ship Returns to Port
182 PASSENGERS ABOARD
Cargo of Cotton Was Ablaze
but the Fire Was Soon Ex
tinguished and the Vessel
Proceeded to Sea Again
The North German Uloyd steamship
Main which left her Hoboken per
shortly before 10 oclock today out
ward bound for Bremen was discovered
to bo on fire while passing Sandy Hook
and immediately putback to Quarantine
Tho fire which was in a lot of cotton
In batch No5 was extinguished the
crew although a call was sent In for
a flrftboat to make eure that It did not
get beyond the steamers Irefighters
The contents of the hold chiefly cot
ton were examined thoroughly and
after an hours delay the Bteamec put
to flea again
182 Passenger Aboard
The Main left her pier with sixty cabin
and 120 sterage passengers Satur
day Is her usual sailing day but as she
was delayed by heavy weather In her
last trip across from th other side she
Val unable to get away until today
She steamed slowly down th bay with
no hint of misfortune She jyassed
Quarantine at 1120 and on out toward
the Hook
A half hour later the observer at
Quarantine reported the vessel to ba
returning It was surmised aionca that
sctriethlne erlou1ire3 t bII jm tr ru
ocean steanleis do lhotmkfl flse tarts
apirt of their hohedule No ijjnal
were flyIng and there was great Interest
taken at Quarantine to ascertain what
was the matter
Just before noon the Main dropped
anchor off Quarantine and a boat pulled
out to her to find out what was wrong
Then It was learned that Are had been
discovered In tie ships after hold A
seaman noticed smoke creeping through
the batches fifteen minutes after pass
ing Quarantine Ho Immediately noti
fied the officer of the deck and there
was tome lively hustling among the
crew
Captain Order ater Buck to Porte
The hatches were torn oft and tho
smoke doubled In volume The captain
decided that It would be criminal to
continue on hIs course and turned the
ships nose bactt to port The lire ap
paratus was put to work and hatch No
5 was drenched with water By the
time the ship was back at Quarantine
it wan decided that the fire was out
but word was sent to FUre Head
quarters and a fireboat was despatched
to make certain that no mistake was
made
The pasaerurcrs learned that there was
a fire aboard but they did not become
peatly alarmed aa they saw It would
be easy to get ashore before any dam
age could be done As soon as the ships
omcers had satisfied themselves that
the lire was out an officer eameeshore
and called up the North German Uoyd
He made a report of thefacts and was
Instructed to remove thecotton and as
certain It possible what started the
blaze An official of the company left
on a tug to make a personal examine
tionThe
The Main was one of the vessels In
the great 1I0boken dock fire She was
at her pier when the fire started anl
was pulled out all ablaze by anum
ber of tugs She drifted down the river
with the tug pouring water into her
They managed to save her after consid
erable damage had been done She was
put Into the Erie Basin and got Into
shape to cross tho ocean and wa then
thoroughly overhauled
BRIDE OF TWELVE
NOT fOR THIS YOUTH
I
Magistrate Amazed at His De
mand Sends Him to Bellevue
to Have His Head Examined
I
Mm Mania ItaUmr of No 401 last
Nlnolynret rtrtet war a complainant
In Harlem Court before Magistrate
Hogan Ihli morning ngalnat her nephew
Samuel eighteen a paperhanger living
In Bmokljrn whom she charged with
persistently annoying her daughter lan
tile twelve
She told the Court that Samuel had
been arre ted three tlmea for the same
offense instating upon marrying the
lit e girl who he claimed woa much
In love with him u he was with her
Hi told the Court
that ho wonted tJ
murry her and had enough money tu
support her Ma l trato Hogan had
lurplclona that Samuel men al ar
rangomenu were not In corfeot workln r
orJer und committed him to Ilellevue to
be examined ai to fli aanlty
Tr Tel J a IMeniare
Wb o mil on IU TiKolrliour I > inlrula
pelllrom flew York to CbleB n i sgiaip o
5151 tat fo U but W be oUtuut
br Lu fir T flc alll V Jaf
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MARCJZTI4Z7D HIS ASSISTANTS WHO FLASHED
l0irr > I THE MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT 1 TO KING EDWARD
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CHIEFENGINEER B PTTAYLOR GSIE ENGINEER BAROENT i
BRADFIELD nCONr 4
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By Marconi Transatlantic WirtIen > T 1egraphj
His Majesty King Edward VII London J
In taking advantage of the wonderful triumph of wientificresearch and ingenthly which hasrbeen
achieved perfecting system ofwirdcss telegraphy extend dn behalf of the < American people most
cordial greetings andgood wishes to you and to all the people of thBritishEznpiire
THEODORE ROOSEVELT
L
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WORD IS FLASHED
FROM ROOSEVELT
TO KING EDWARD
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Marconi Sends Itby Wireless Telegraph from
Cape Cod and Is Surprise by the Word
that It Was Received in England
Special to Th Evening World
WELLFLEET IIla sJan J9 Early today liarconl and his assistants
Kemp Taylor and Dradfleld wero pnthused at tho unoxpecied auccess of
getting a messago across the 3000 nines of ocean from bore to 1bldhu
hours before they bad thought It possible to Bond signals across
During tho nlglit a despatch was received from President Roosevelt to II
bo sent to ICing Edward assoon as the systctq working order and
Marconi to tost the sending apparatus practised sending the meSBOge with
out having attempted to call up the Poldhu station
Then having the Presidents despatch at bnnd and thinking that he
might not bo able to get tho1 English siat on for a day or BO he decided to
send by the way of Tablo Head He did BO calling up the Pablo Head
station
Marconi then directed tho operator at Tablo Head Station to forward
the message to England but he was Immediately astonished by the reply
from Cape Breton which was to the effect that he had just been Informed
by tho station at P ldhu that the message bad been received direct from
Wellfteet
Marconi said bo had no thought of Poldhu getting the message when
he first tried the sending appartus with it but he was none tbo less well
pleased 4
Asked 1C ho expected to get a reply trpm the King to tbe President he
said one might come but not direct as be was adjusting his Instruments
for u test of sending to England and did not want to upset his plans just
at this time by making any attempts at receiving from England
It King Edward replies oy wireless the message would probably come
by the way or the Table lend station
The time of the transmission of the message was about tour minutes
Marconi said at nooOn today that no might be able to do some sending to
night
Marconi said that the Presidents message was the first and only mes
sage sent by wireless from here to England thus far Aside from the mes
sage not a signal had been sent direct
Glorlon Trip at LIKlitnlu Speed To Curs Cold lu Ona Pr
TkU U the < Mrl crct < reseat Mtrcn f Tab Ltutlir Pesos Qul lM TtfclMs All
Ikt noijlFUt ipc IIJO U urtl CiIIIuaq I iragtiti nfooS hi Bvoawlt It dlU U ran
YIIII t7 suutat l jajjjianiu v J P W GetV 811111IIt a beg
WOMEN GAMBlERS FAlNT
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WHEN PQOL RO OM IS RAIDED
Sixty women were ina pcolroomJn the St JamesBuildjng
Twentysixth street and Broadway at 2 oclock this aftejrnbon
when detectives from thc Central Office raided the place
I Theiq was a wild scramble5 escape Some of the women
fainted Others screamed in fealIfexpo lreand arrest
The police arrested Mary G Strummell a Spanish woman
of stunninu appearance as being the proprietress Arthur1
Barr nudoiph BertMm and Ed Kean were also arrested and
taken to P li e Hea fquarters I
Theplace was run under the nameof Montgomery Co
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LATE RESULTS NEW ORLEANS
Fifth Raoc Mamsfillc Paramount 2 Fair Lass 3
Sixth ePQthcen 1 Erne 21 The Way 3
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ROOF FALLS BURNING HAYWOOD FACTORY
The rcof of the Haywooci factory in Madison street fell in at
520 oclock little more than half an hour after the fire started
and the walls above the fourth floor fell out into Madison street
Chief Purroy discovered that the walls were dangerous just in
time He had scarcely moved the water tower and firemen from
In front of the building when the walls fell out blocking the
street from curb to curb NOone 4 was injured
S P C A OFFICIAL ARRESTED FOR BREACH OF PROMISE
Thomas H Agnew assistant superintendent of the Gerry
Soolety for the Prevention of Cruelly to Children was arrested
by Deputy Sheriff Walgerina this afternoon on an ardor from
Judge Seabury of the City CoUrt irt a suft for 10000 dam
aocs brought byElizabeth Gerlruiro Gh 8 a witiov A0flwuva8
re4ed In 400 bail
fr i < r t
ccil tI t1irJH it h iiI fi hCG tJ
THREE MEN UEAUI
IN fIVEAlAHM
EA3TSIDE rlll
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Three Hundred Men in Hayward Brothers
and Wakefield Furniture Factory and 200
Girls in a Cigar Factory Had Narrow 20911i1
capes from Death
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Fred Zimmerman Leaps from the Sixth Storyl
V5
in New LifeSaving Net Breaks Through
and Is Frightfully Injured and Taken to a
d
Hospital O i
40 ij
Three men were burned to death In a fire in the furniture factory ofthe
Haywood Brothers Wakefleld Co at Noe 3923SS Madison etrcet Into this1
afternoon Whether others of the 30 Oor mor employes of the building at
their lives cannot be learned until a census is taken of those who escaped ii
Tie fire started on the fourth floor of the furniture factory whjchi
six stories high and runs through to Monroe street In the Monroe strcetr
extension Is the cigar factory of Stuetz Henkel in which twd htmdreilj
girls are employed Theso girls had ample warning and under the leader
ship of foreman McNulty succeeded In getting to the street
llivolRF FROM FIRE ESCAPES
tThd ftftniture factory fire was on the Madison street side of the butt
inBOatifl4tfieonly fire escapes were upon this front The flames spre i o Y
fapldiy that before those on the floors above the fourth could get uta
tteeMcaPe5 they were cut off by the flame and smoke Thoiit
rear arid on the fourth and floor below It got doVnbYthei > j111 I
elevator
Fred Zimmerman pollsherof No 300 Franklin avenuewa8Caug b
the sixth floor When engine No 15 arrived he was sitting on the wIa4o U
edge with the flames roaring below him and bursting out ln the I1tI
flammable stock behind him
LONG LEAP FOR LIFE ij j
The flrraen by signs told him to remain In his position and a utenetj
was spread Zimmerman leaped holding his hat before his face He opnl
I j In the air like a top and landed fairly Irt he life net but tho net broke and
he fell to the sidewalk breaking his left ami and sustaining Internal in
juries iI
He was taken to Oouvorneur Hospital On 1119 way he told Dr Haroid
that three other men were In the building behind hlmwhenhel Bapcd
They were probably burned to dcnth
The flro spread so rapidly that five alarms were turned in Tenants I ny
neighboring tenements were driven from their homes by the police and it
rushed outsloe the fire lines l
AMERICAS cHIn
SULTAN DEAD
His Majesty of Joho Succumbs
to Cholera inthe Philippine
Islands After a picturesque
Career
MANILA Jan JDThe Sultan of Jolo
U dend of cholera Ills mother went
to Jolo as a slave Her career has been
compared with the rise In power of the
Dowager Empress of China
The Sultan whoso name was HndJI
Mohammed Jmotol Klrum has been at
different tIme In conflict with the
American authorities and has been dint
cult to deal with Hla claims to sover
eignty were Indorsed by Gen Chuff
and caused much discussion at the
time
A vrtfr who saw him rocntly uald
Tlio dalton Is a youws man of per
hap thirty years His oUire wan sup
posed to be gorgeous On his head vena
a white turin wihloh contradicted his
statement thru he had visited Jlcocn
When a dignitary In hit religious order
lies visited Mecca he It entitled to wtnr
a jcreen turtwn The Is thn highest rp
Ilicloua honor And for Mil realloll ill
the conference which tollowej thu 8u
un delayed mattent about six hour by
milting that he cbs iiiii be nl owwl
whenever ho left hla Wand and par
tlcularly to go to Mecca to hoist his
own flw above Uwt of tho United
States
8tl7 the
Ho manifested no aversion to
American flair and dId not object to IW
floartnK over lila I alaso nl tho head ot
ho must but through the interweter
he questioned len Uates whether ii
e
ould be Interpreted as lowering his
dignity If lie should go to Mecca tiring
the American nag Instead of his own
Tie air of the Sulu Is red with a bolo
and krl l ros4 In the cejttre with a
bait crown of stars In Iho tIpper corner
SULTATTWINS A VICTORY
TANGIER Morocco Jan 19The
troops of the Sultan have severely le
fasted the Pretender forces In the
ityana district
iBUck and White tba geMi Bcotcli
IIwll 10 a ilVwitt tut to w o
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WRIT OUT FOR
MANCHESTER
Diamond Firm Wants P yfor
Manufactured Jewelry Bought
by the Duke and Not Paid
For i
t
A Deputy Sheriff with a writ ot at
tachment sits in the Holland House II
waiting for a person set down In the
writ an George Brown known as tho
Duke of Manchester Another Imiiii I
nits beslda him Rilth a Cvrkea PeeragaV
In his lap trying to find out what the
Dukes real name Is
When the Duke shows up reaj name < 1
or not They are going to serve the writ W
on him and hell have a hard time
Betting out of the hotel with his bag
aaga unless he gives up 1700of hlr I
fatherinlaws money for some Imita
tion pearl necklaces ho boujfht for tho
Duchess on his last visit to America j
They were bride ant bridegroom then
Tho Duke wanted to do something hand
some CO he took his fatherinlaw Mr
Zimmerman down to the Frederick Dia
mond Company No U03 llroadwuy
which makes a business manufactur
ing diamonds und earls The Duke
luiked lrod W Welnberg tho president
of the company to send to the hotel
Homo eamplu pearl necklaces the neat =
UiyThe
The jeweller thought a Duke was a
irooj as his word especially with a J
alliorInluw like Mr Zimmerman
Tho Duke fooled him He went off to i
Knroiie and forgot all about the bt 10i
so when the newspapers announced
that ha was comlnc Pink Mr Wtln
btwir went before Juntlce Beaburr and i
Rot a writ of attachment
Today Ills attorney Henry Brill of S
No JlO Droddway turncal hover t Dipt
uty Uherlff Altmanu anti they all went i
tip to the Holland house TIle puke b >
Ing out they served n copy of the writ1 if
on the proprietor to kmn him from iii
tlng the Pukes bJgKutf go apd ilion Wt >
down to wait for ilflnehnUr
UTiuty U erlft Altman Jearnf1 V
the luke of irwlleZt rut to lhOMtI
nlKht at No 2Gi lladUon ftvemm
wool to the house hoping to IItm I
papern there IXirlng his
Duke returned tntoJf JtD4
and W lIt to his 4pUtai4l
telepIJrol1ed for hU C
rtMiuty allorllf tteoI
bettered tl it a p
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