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1FINAL1 it AJLPINAL
I JESULTSJDITION I Circulation Books Open to AIL C r Circulation Books P4ilL1 I ELSE Di lID II
I PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK THURSDAY MARCH 8 1906 PRICE OWE CENT 1
INDICTED INSURANCE MEN 1
4 I ARE HELD I N 12500 BA IL I
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CLAICHf GIRLS
CONFESSION Of
POLICf GRAfT
Says Members of Force
t Shield Vice and Share
Its Proceeds
AIDED MEN IN ROBBERY
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Exposes Methods of Blackmail
I and Gives Names Dates
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lh J and Other Details
The Evening World presents herewith
the substance of the confession made
I to the DistrictAttorney bv Herthe
Clalche Involving policemen of the West
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Thirtieth and West Fortyseventh street
tntlons As jet the revelations are In
outline form Bach statement of the
girl as continued opens up a new path
Into the longstanding police corruption
I In the Tenderloin
Bertho Clalches confession shows the
I unfortunates who eke out their exist
ence In the old and new Tenderloins
I
Buffer not only from the unavoidable
I contecuencoi of their mode of fife but
tram two forms of oppression purtlcu
I larly brutal They are crushed between
the demands of the men with whom
they lire and whom they support and
I the demands of grafting policemen who
may without exaggeration be called
assistant toromen In the factory of sin
I stretching from Fourteenth street north
to Fiftyninth street and ranging vari
I ously from Broadway
Method of Grafters
t
The most Important or the occusa
I tlons made by Bertha CUdoha are In
corporated In the following specifica
tions She swears that certain police
men whcxn she names have made a
toutlneu et
I Collecting a regular tribute
1 sntmluif from 2 a week up front
nil minion pIng their trade on
I tile street
I Living lit flats with women of
I tho utrcetB and taking part of
thrlr arJ lIp
< Picking ant drnnUcn men and
1 i Bulaiiiu them to place rrhere they
JUiltfUt be rubbed by women elcct
4d for the purpose
F Keeping tub on nomen and hold
IIIR them up for a percentage of i
their cnln when they made more I
money nUll muni
Implicates Four Men I
Btrthe Clalcho has Implicated four I
policemen Three of them she swear I
collected money from her at regular
r < Intervals Tho other never took a cent
of her money but exacted tribute In I
another nay It Is reported that the
girl completely clears Policeman Mar
tlnoau who was the most vindictive I
witness against her In so far us per
eonul dealings with him are concernoJ I
Blie did not know him at all
Bertha Clalclio has confessed who
bought tim rwvover with nhPah aba
killed QenJron Willie Lorenzo In
whoa company she was found by Gen
dron Just before he gave her the final
beating In her career with him pur
chased tho weapon with money given
hIm by the girl Tho purchase was
Continued on Second Page
RAIG WADSWORTH
r T SECOND IN HUNT
1
1 nICK Kn r Mard SCralir
Jt v toith second Secrotary of the
Aiiurjcan KmbMsy Just tpU ed winning
> ittie rloii Notional Hunt Steeplechase
xljnlujil at < Wi pnd run here todliy
1taI JlKht 11 made a ouno race but
onlV eecureil second place being de
r ijtiJ by an outsider Count Rufus
l J Tliiitt were twentYJllJht starters all
i M tlun by amateurs over dtfflcutt nat
9Jr ural ountrY 1 The distance was tour
V nillw The mi natters of the race pre
YF t iartd fur trouble by engaging four
i > i icwrc hut no soriims cuccldcnta oc
cilfrcil
< Thu > vlnntr started at 2S to 1 against
> orlinfit II was 100 10S ugalnst
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f i21 DEAD IN AVALANCHE
THAT BURIED HUTS
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r ItODlrJIM Nor vny March 8A
anow ny lanche at tho Lofoten Islands
nlglit tmftel a number ot Usher
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w w ASTOR J JB
TO Wf GIBSON
S GIRLS SISTER
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Engagement Announced
by Family of Mrs Shaw
in Richmond
WAS A MISS LANGHORNE
Her First Husband Robert
Gould Shaw 2nd was
Divorced by Her
RICHMOND Va March 8It Is an
nounced here today by one of her
family that Mrs Robert thaw nee
Ltxrghomc sister of Mrs Charles Dana
Oltiooii 18 engaged to be married to
William Waldorf Astor son of William
Waldorf utor of London
Nannie Lanshorne Shaw as she baa
signed her name since she divorced
Robert Gould Shaw 2d three yearn ago
Is about twentyeight years old beau
tiful witty and a type of the American
outdoor woman of society One of her
sisters Is married to Reginald Brooks
I another to Charles Dana Gibson and
still another to Moncure Perkliu of
Richmond Va
Mrs Shaw comes from the Lang
home family of Virginia an anduit
but povertystricken family renowned
for the beauty ot Its daughters The
girls all niarrtoj well but Nannie the
second daughter captured Bobble
Brtaw of the Massachusetts Shaus a
descendant of the Puritans
They were married on October 11 1S97
at the IxuiRhorne place In Albemarle
County Va and after a tour abroad
settled down In Boston Mrs Shaw
could not abide Boston Her husband
although of Puritan ancestry was noth
ing resembling a Puritan In his ac
tions Quarrels were frequent while yet
the marriage WAS young and after a
few years the young couple kept up only
a semblance of even friendship Mrs
Shaw divorced her husband at Char
lottesville Va on Fob 4 1903 keeping
the possession of their two children
Two days later BobbTe Shaw married
Mrs Mary Converse widow of C H
Converse of Newton Mass
While Mrs SJiaw was tar from agree
able to society In l3Oeton because of
her caustic comments upon Boston pcu
pie and Bofton ua > n sh vas immense
ly poputir with the hunting Mt of this I
city and Long Island As a participant I
in a match at re irtee Mrs Siaw I
shlnos She has a sdnsularly ponutPit
Ina r lce and inn say more In a tow
words than tho average woman couM
wrtte In an hour
She IS one hStrlh best crosscountry
riders In society and plays polo like a
man even to riding astride Mrs John
Jacob Astor Is one of her dearest friends
and the Inner doors of the select social
circle of Now York are open to her
Since her divorce she has lived much
abroad ind has been presented at court
I Of course a widow so young and so
pretty and so vivacious as Mrs Shaw
has had a multitude of suiors She
I i as been reported ns engaged to Rob
ert Owlet whose fortune Is estimated
at 40000000 and to Lord Revelstoke
I The report of her engagement to young
Astor coming from Richmond Is con
sidered final
GEM SHE HID S IN
BOYS SHOE GONE
Mrs Charles A Ollchrlit wife of Dr
Charlea A Qllchrlst of No 916 Hudson
street Hoboken wllr be careful here
after where she hides > her jowels
On Thursday tight last Mrs Qllchrlst
attended a social fuictlcn and when
abe returned home took oft a diamond
sunburst and placed It in u shoe of one
of her children A couple of days later
the child tojk the shoes to the repair
shop of Frank Nlgllcco at No 159 Ninth
street totally unconscious that one of
them contained his mothers diamond
sunburst
On Tuesday a man entered the jew
elry ittore of Charles Hong at No 317
Washington street and asued tho value
ot a diamond sunburn he had In Ills
possession Rogcl looked the jewel
over l artfully anu said It wa worth
about taW and the Italian put It In his
pocket and loft the store entirely sat
isfied
laneAs noon IISUIO man bad departed
lloitKl telephoned to the Qllchrlst home
to ask If Mrs Qllchrlst Jind lost tiei
diamond sunburst lloggi originally
had made tho sunburst far Mrs Oil
Christ Mrs Ollchilst then investigat
ed and found the shoes and her jewel
wore gone
Stan immediately notified the police
and they questioned Nlrflcoo and toe
admitted hiwltur been In the Jandry
store with adiamond sunburst He said
that a friend whom ha know only as
Joe had asked him to get a value
on the atone which he did Ho In
formed tile poJIoe that Joe had left
uterdlIy for Ht Paul Ntellcco mu
MraJ < < led before Recorder BUnton to
mttt W toe tb Grand Jury la
= h baLk 7 J7
GIANTS TAKE UP COLLEGE TEAM TACTICS I
A despatch to The Evening World from Memphis says that the National League champions have abandoned the pushball and are now I
being trained by McGraw along the lines adopted In the colleges This Is MoEvoys Idea of how It will be done
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J SHENANDOAH
HOMEIN fRONT
This a Day for Mud Trav
ellers at the Fair
Ground lack
FAIR GROUNDS NEW ORLEANS
March Ordinary fields well enough I
I
I matched to make the talent puzzle long
1 over their dope were oardoJ hero to
I day This was strictly a day for mud i
I dora and they got most of the play I
I FIRST RACU Maiden tno > oarolia three i
and a halt runouts ell us
He tine
StarliTH w hhll ami Jockejw Btr Il I
I neairlca II 101 Utlngttuii 4 S5 i
Hlmuth 101 Roboln 20 8
Ma > aJi Queen 1UT Noons B2 1
SohrocderB Midway 115 J Martin 4 83
Duster Jones Iftl U Jtmei 80 III
lllickiock lnT Aliuihin 12 3
MUM NntlllnK 112 L Smith 10 4
Apprise 110 Ilrdell 30 10
May uilnnif rj Ab t 20 X
Viola C IM Morolinil 40 15
Kiclorf 102 llohrens 40 15
Time 044 15 I
Btnti ice H nude all the running and
won cleverly by a IoiiKli from Hel
muth wh > lasted Ions ioUKi to beat
Wabash Queen for the place
SECOND 11ACU falx falongs
netting
Starters W l > tt and Jcvkevn Sir lli
ICings Gem Ul I Hmlth 113 1
Uotowln JOT Hobblns IIJ Ps I
lnhl i fl
Monli ill Aubuction 15 a
Attraction 04 Johansen ito lit
11rfU B Danco it Noons 20 fi
Dalmore 00 Alexander 4 85 I
Bkyte tvi M WujTMTir 20 8
Frank Kenny lid PrrriM 15 Ii
Irene Brady 107 R Johnson HO lo
The Plalni 110 J Johnijn 20 H
Maverick 10J J Martin 7 s2
Gotowln mnde the running to the
stretch followed by Kings Gem and
Monti In the stretoh Kings Gom
closed and In a drive won by a length
for tho place Time 119
yards nrlKD telling RACE One mil and twenty
Retting
tarti 0 eirttn and jocks sir f
Shenandoah 117 J llartln 11 n 4 r I
Sincerity Belie 8H Moraland 78 71
Vinlficx A 1 > 3 Noon jfo R
prinCe Halm Balm UK Uedell 20 S
Wliorler 122 Ober m 4
Hyacinth 112 Aubuchon n
Lemon Girl 10U Hayes 12 5
Atwood 112 McDonald 7 rZ
Won by Shenandoah Sincerity Belle
wan second and Winifred A third
FOURTH RACIiflolly Prim 4 to 1
and even I Usury 7 to 10 for place 2
J C Clem 3
MO GETS SETBACK
IN THE ASSEMBLY
Special to The Cvtnlnc World
ALBA < Y Julrch 8he rcMoCutlcxi
designed to kill the bllla of the JtuiJ
clpui Ownernhlo people for a direct and
Immediate recount of tho baUots cast
In the lost election In New York by
Plittlnfc the question up to tire Attorney
General vwo adopted In the Assembly
today by a Vote of 50 ayes to IS no
L bo resolution calls bn the Aitomey
General to inform tile Legislature
wh thrhe has lUthorltY under the
law OB It now stands to bin orocecd
inBft rOt a recount i the IDle
ftthe 4ttorneyaeri6ralrepll a hat
e hthe Httnt t > Oe
t V mdth to n rrl tho retJe < at
torSSa Sgr aa fisetfcm In quo warranto
k lkk I i i II il i s t TlSfcMl il fell t VtttfiA
ST JOSEPH WON t
fROM CHOICE
AT CITY PARK
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Monterey Favorite in Six
Furlong Dash Gets
Place Money
CITY PARK NEW ORLEANS
March Mudders make up ihfc entire I
card here today There isnt one race
carded tnt might be n feature The
aids however are well balanced and
winners are hard to pick
K1KST llAcnbolUiiB fle and one half
furlongs
IleUIng
Starters nelehtn and lockrj Sir Il
Tadellui IW J Ilcnncmy 15 0
Ida 1ane IU2 ftnwaelllit 4
Mlu Jordan IOU W Mcintyre 52 1
Mlia Phillips 1112 Dealy 30 1U
Illll iMftle IIi R Powers 10 4
Roma U7 Ballln 12 S
Hhrlusb 11C D Austin 02 83
JuMI Itt ICoerncr 10 4
Sweet Train IV Troxler 10 4
JluUloon til K Matthews 2J S
jlllla lit H lowe Uli yt
Villa I H NMcnl 1i U
I Yni1 1IQ lallocli 40 15
Tlm1I2 4S
Won bv adding Idn Kfrrnev was
sucouJ rind Miss Jordan third
SECOND HACE One and nnerlRhth
mile tellnif
flatting
Starters weight end Jocknjti Sir Il
Dazzle 103 Koerner 02 73 i
Fox Hunting 101 Rnmanftlll to 4 I
Ilr dioy Pet in W McIntyre 02 fl1
A1
AtUplM 103 1 Johnson KO ZO
lUnKln Wi Lindsay no 21
Dlfb nell 103 Daily 00 20
llronie Wing 1X Nloil 7 32
Trajan 103 Sohocn 3 2
Alronquln 103 D Ai Ww 20 8
trlfJte
Malediction 101 E Matthew 3 2
llmerdck GIrl M W Mcintyre 02 81
Regale 00 J Henneray 12 5
nop oJ4I
Rme2O0 43
Dazzle went to the front made nil
the runnlni and won easily bv 11 j
lengths from Ix Hutlni who wn U
length In front of Ilradlevn Pet
TIimD HACtt Six furlong
ntUn
St Jowph 110 J Dalv lis ti
Monty 1W Nlc l 53 SS
TambfAU ItS U AintlD U2 6r
Kantut Ill Larsen 7 2
Nhrle iuclli HO 11 Smith 12 1
Won bv St Joseph Monterey WU lecond
and Tambonu third rlmpI 18 23
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TOOK HER BANKBOOK
AND THEN VANISHED
Mr Mabel Apsar a woman erf twen
tyfour has dsappooied from her
hone No < 3I West Flfty lghth street
Her husband Harry Apgar has called
In Cue police and private dete tIes to
search for her
Mr Apgar left her home at half
past eight oclock lost nljrlit She wore
a Wack coat a lone mink stole laco
waist toack cheviot skirt fcrdwn ve
VOL hat black stockingS and lace slice
A gold chain and locket the locket
marked with he word Sprlrt hung
Urcund her neck Sho bad with her
f bank book of the Woahlttxtdn Sav
1IiP Bank In her own noflia
Mra Aipsrar Is five Itet five tnchex
Ill heleht Is of fair complexion with
Lluo eyes and brown hair her Jiiia
bnnd atated that she 1s lightly de
rnarted
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Sunday World Wants
QI lw W ers 4
if Ji iI lh io
GIANTS BATTERIES WORK
HIGHLANDERS ON WET SOD
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McGraw Warms Up the
Pitchers with Medicine
Ball Before They Twirl
BY T G SCARBOROUGH
MEMPHIS Tenn March sWet
grounds prevented the forenoon practice
lit the Giants today but shortly after
noon Manager McGraw led his athletes
to Red Elm Park and resurrected tho
big push ball Medicine balls were also
used by some of the men
More than a score of veterans and re
cruits tugged and pushed around In tho
mud with Bliouldcrs to the blc t > here
Sides were chosen Dentin leadlmr one
Mid McGraw the other GotN fifty feet
apart were selected but b are the
Fame ended the goals were shortened
half the distance The ex < uio wen cal
culated to do much good In th absence
ot any Tae running or batting
iMuthenson and Marshall < < l
and Fennison In fire a real slant bat
tery Ames and Bresnahan and Taylor
Wlltse and Bonerman paired oft In bat
teries limbering ut oa much as possible
on the muddy field
The m Nll < > lno halls were elvi i to the
pitchers before McGraw would permit
thorn to worm no1 Tnpv were tibseil
from one to another and Dr Marshall
voted lRleit exercise
There were no new arrivals today
but a telesrnin was received from
George Browne that he was en route
from California Sam Mertes may be
with him although hv has not been
heard from Bammv Stranc has writ
ten begging to bo allowed to remain
In Chattanooga and train alone He
says several minor leaguers are training
at his homo and that he Is just now
engaged In a business that needs his
attention McGraw refused to grant
the request and ordered him to report
lilt once
BOURKE COCKRAN HAS
RAP AT TOWN TOPICS
Asks Whether the Government
Will Continue to Assist in
Its Publication
WASHINGTON March 8Re rfoS > n1
atlve Bourke Cochron New York inS
traduced u mrouton today requesting
the PastmnsterOonerul to report to the
House whether Town Toclca Is ad
mitted tn the moll
He nlso taks who her the Government
will contlnvr to assist tho publication
of Town lQtts in Its tlild occurn
tlon of lortlnu monuy by blackmail
STEAMER IN DIS TRESS
SENDS UP SIGNALS
SANTA BABBAHA Cal Mnroh 8
NO IIIA steamer eV < len ly a passen
ger vessel Is Mndlntr up dlstroas signals
llftten mile oft shore
It II thtnlfht she may be the Santa
Rosa wWch left here northbound
SA M today with 100 passengers
board I
CjunUteiuiL heab aa awt tofIho eb
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Griffiths Men Out Early
Take Most of Practice
in the Outfield
BY BOZEMAN BULGE
Special lo The Evening World
I BIRMINGHAM Ala March 8 Dc
Fplte the damp and Boggy sod Clarke
I Griffith had Ms HithlanduTS on tho
field early toduy and UVJUgh little wan
done be Is pleased to have at last had
a start The diamond was tnUrely too
wet for practice and all the work was
done In Chi outfield Cheseliro wurked
hard for an hour and quit in n dripipJox
per i lraUon Hip Jack Inventor of the
spitball does not proj ao to sUrt an
other season In bad condition
Next to him young Leroy the Indian
twirler was tho hardest iaiborer to
ny Is a fullbloudud Chippewa and
UnIt brJIeved he Is the goods If New
York fans will romomber It < pitched
one game against Chicago last > ear on
WashIngton Hcichta and won It Ue
has an abundance of speed and the sto
lidity natural to his raco He nettar
quits
In the short practice Thomas the
American Asoaclatlon catcher also
I showed up In rood ntvlc lii is a slx
I lojter and with the exception of Al
Orlli Is the tilcucst man on the taint
I The Higilandoru will play a game I
with the UlrmlnKliam Club iSaburdny
and that will bo the first real ball game
of the seuBon On account of behu In I
condition Doc Nonton and Lerov will
pitch for the Highlanders while
Thomai and pertiaps McGulre wlU do
the catching
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CRUSHED TO DEATH BY
TRUCK HE WAS DRIVING
I
Fell from It and Heavy Wheels
Passed Over His Body Killing
Him Instantly
While driving from tho Twentythird
streot ferry Thomas Fenncll of Ho
boken was run over and Instantly
killed at KlovenUh avenue and Twenty
third street lie was thrown from his
truck and fell III front of the wheel
which parked over him crushing out
his life
Tho dead man was fortysix years
old and lived at No 402 Grand street
Hoboken
GREEN NOT GUILTY
OF POSTAL FRAUDS
WASHINGTON March ExSenator
Green of J1I mham ton N T was this
afternoon declared not guilt of con
spiracy In connection With the sale of
tlmolocka to the Postoffloo Depart
ment
The trial was begun on rob ZO before
Justice Ashley M Gould in Criminal
Court No 1 of She District Supreme
Court with United States District At
ttomey Baker and Mj holmes Con
mil representing the government The
defendant was represented by Attor
neys A 8 WorthingtOn J B Stanch
neM QXSoruttor J Mi burton F B
Oil and T A TutMll
More than two days of the trial were
taken up wtth att4nti by couazsl
to tae Jury A
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MUTUAL RESERVE
OFFICIALS ACCUSED H t
OF GRAND LARGElY
S I 45
President Burnham and Two Others
ArraignedGrand Jury to 4
Go After Big Thcee
Ag
Companies
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Three officers of the Mutual Reserve Insurance Coinpaajri ii I
indifted today for grand larceny and forgery wore bronrfat Into J4s
OSuIllvans part of General Sessions this afternoon ond arraigned et o
bar
The indicted officer are Frederick A Burnham presMtMrt Oeorse
Burnham Jr rat vicepresident and counsel and George Eldrldge eoooaA i
vicepresident There are flv Indictments against each man two Charg
ing larceny and three charging forgery
The three men pleaded not guilty with leave to enter a formal plea a
week from today Mr Jerome askd that ball be fixed at 3000 for es h
ot tho fifteen Indictments or 45000 In all This wtn objected to by Former
AflslsUmtDistrlctAttornoy Rand counsel for the defendants The Court
compromised by making tho belt 2500 for each bill or 12600 for each
man
I Richard Deeves the millionaire builder of No 305 Broadway rumlflhed i
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the required bonds
The charges against the Mutual Reserve officers grew out of the testi
r mony of James D Wells taken at the Armstrong Committees Investiga
tion Ho alleged that certain officers of the company paid judgments
against thwn personally out of the funds of the company
The alleged Irregularities out of which called them assets In sworn reports to
grew the Indictments Included the Insurance Department trben thev
Fictitious payments of renewal and I were not assets tj
commuted commissions In sworn reports That President Burnham received pajw
to the Insurance departments ment of commission under contracts
That when serious charges were made formerly made by President Harper tor
n lnst the officers of the company they a contingent fund r
The February Grand Jury Invsstl V
E Hod these charges but found no In j
dictments It being understood thai j
I their Inquiry was only preliminary
i 1 Three of the officers of the Mutual fle
ei serve were allowed to go before last
4 4 4 months body and explain tire transac
beo tions Involved In tho charges Ttegr I
1t1I
were not called before the preatot
Grand Jury
li j I Ready Tor Big Three
t With the Mutual Reserve charges out
ii v w 4 of the way the Grand Jury will noir
S take up the Armstrong cornmItU
testimony In Its relation to the Now
YEifThUeCOBPMY 6 a
Equitable and the Mutual
a4 Th yellow dog funds will be the ob
ject of a special Inquiry and It Is beE r
llevtd that Judge Andrew HamiLtpa
FREDERICK A BURNHAM 1
r will be subpoenaed by the prand jurora
I to testify as will many officers and
out of the com
made large payments cornomplciyees of all the big companies
titan defend charges
panys funds rather To Take Up Big Three t
against their management
of as After Foiyimari Von Volkenbur h oJ
That ronMed overstatements
setH were made In sworn reports to the the Grand Jury had handed up tie
IiiMiranc Ueriaitment and In circulars batch of Insurance Indictment t
pent to the public Jorge OSul lvan the Court said
That thiy made overstatements of In The Court ha been considering
surarco In force In reports to the In somewhat the questions contained In j
r irnnce Department mroroperlv lirnor tho presentment you filed wlthmeHn
hag liens on policies Tuesday last The progress you are
That they placed lions on policies and making In tho work you have In bond
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I i LATE RESULTS AT FAIR GROUNDS U
Fifth Dart MoKenna 65 Sarsaparilla21 place Owasca
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AT CITY PARK
Fourth Daring 92 Creel 85 place Delphie
fifth Gold Coin 92 iGoldie + out place Ann Hill < I
ccvsoWEas MAY INVESTIGATE N Y CITY RAILWAY
a
ALBANY March BLate this afternoon AttorneyGeneral
ayer rendirod an opinion affirming the right of the Board of 1
ay Commissioners to investigate the New York City Rail
way CcitiDahy under thfl Rfilrtnd law The investigation is
iskd for by Judson IRa Wall a lawyer of New York The At J
lorieyfleneral fudfter stated that his department wlH ron
Jcr JiilS assistance within its pqwer
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