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i.' to ?lo with It, and. as far as l am
aware. kr.?-w nothing whatever ahoiii It.
Throughout thl-.a unhappy affair 1 have
: un unwilling witness !n Its ?*onss*
lomewhsi ol an Innocent byatand?
?.r h.v lng been up t<? the hour >>f the llsr?
In ,'. . , sincere believer lu Gov?
ernor Wintern/ He le ?? man of ?Witty. In
??une ways he might pn>\? >? t*andldate ol
laMtltr. but l fear that If h<- b.'.ini?
l'iesldent we ?nisht dlgcovei all too
?ate thai h" pel stages personal pt-cullsn?
, would : ?troue we
? In the White House h man of broad
... .it. areiras polished Intellect, "f heart
?rrat. fui sud kin.l. no lesa ?ban daring "
remain, with great ?e*p?-?'t. your oh? ?il?;-n?
if.,, t: R Tinman
TAFT DUE HERE TO-NIGHT
President Leaves To-morrow for
Three Day Visit to Ohio.
?hlngtor?. Jan. M IV sid.-nt Taft
testvee Washington to-morrow <". " il?'**
?ill ?ake bin to N? w Voik
land, ?'oiumhus and Akron, Ohio,
ntoai lau".Haut lourney, many of bis
(tienda think, thai he bas planned atnee
. : be? k to Um White Houae from the
\\.?t. To?nlghl Ihe r*mhVnt was etui
guttering from ? cold thai he contracted
a-arly in th. teinter, bUi it was .?aid it was
not serions enosgli to make him break
h-- engagent? ni ma.h many weeka aga?
in New Y.iik tie Pr>?sld?-iit will bo th??
gmst over night of his broth??:'. Henry W.
Taft, an?! win attend three dinners and on<
belt, i.ut his political adviser? are lea?
interested m tins pari "f th.- trio fan
|h< . ..!? In hi ! :' (al Visit to ??hi" since
the Cincinnati elections las' November.
Mr Taft will s?>.iid three days in his horn?
?,?,.t., make more than a dosen apeechea
i? nai probably see aaany of the political
is. lie will not talk about any <>'? hla
political opponent?, it waa said to-night,
am nny revirw ihe achievements <>f bis
PARTY WILL RETURN TO TAFT
Napel Says He Has Fulfilled
Every Pledge of Platform.
Kansas Ci\y. Mo.. .Jan. 2?..?Charles Nagel.
Seeretarv of Commerce and Labor, in an
address at the annual dinner of the Mis?
souri Republican Kdiinrial Asso? iution lure
to-night, d?lai?.! tliat President Tuft had
fulfilled every pledge ?f the Republl? an
platform upon which be was eUtte.i. and
cautioned his hearers that when the Wave
that was gweeplng the country for popslai
candidates had BUbalded th. party would
?0 back to Mr. Tait, "?h?- President ?vho
1 ah ?accomplished thlnns.'
????tHtv Nhkci reviews*! the things
Pr?sident Tait bad done. The postal sav?
ings brink law WM working. In- said, and
it whs keeping million.? of dollars from
lea v |ng America and Koitir.' into foreign
countries. Thr minina, bureau of the gov?
ernment hed been establish?*?*].
The tariff commission lia?! finished Its
work and was about t?. make ?i vepoi; 10
Oangreaa tbat would redes? the party
pledg?? on the tariff. Tin cOrporstlon tax
law had ?"?en passed and upheld by the Su?
preme Court. The armj and nsvj had been
unproved. The monetary ?"mm!a.?on had
mad? its report.
??[ chaiirns*.- you.*' chsrgst] Beeretary
.N'sg?l "to cite a sinrle instan?-?? wh??re onv
Republican Pr??sld??nt has fulfilled the part?
pledg-s better than has President Tsft."
H. A. WISE OPPOSES RECALL
Pays His Respects to La Follette
in Blairte Club Speech.
Henry A. Wise, United States Attorney,
addreaaed membei "i the .lame-: <;. Blalne
c?ub. of Harlem, a? No. W i?en??x aveaua
bud night, vtgoroualy denouncing ?b*- le-aii
Of judges. Abraham B. ??ilhcrt. a lawyer,
speke on th? anhjsel of "The Judges and
ihe People." anil asked for ?an investiga?
tion Into cwiain charges against certain
members of the judiciary.
The Judgea in this and every other
community are as good, if not better, than
the source? from whkh they flow.'' s?|?l Mr.
?Vise. "K'a ?ip to ?h? votera, a.-? to what
they get. If more people would go to the
primaries and select the right sort of men
to nominate as their candidates things
would he better. There is where the trouble
lies. And thane is the logical and the only
solution 10-the question.
"Wo hear a lot from I .a Pollette; that
he would spply the recall to the United
States Supreme Court. But he |? only n
wouid-r,c Pisaldeat. ah tut? talk about
th* recall Is nothing more than a sea of
anarchy Th?* passim* of the Initiative,
the referendum and tbe recall means thr
turning out of the Constitution.
"In Oregon the people have had a tnste
?>f thfa?e things. The ?tuple on the upper
p?rt of the Columbia River fish for salmon.
The people on the lower part of the Co?
lumbia Rlvei finia in another way. Been
initiated a law compelling th.- silier nid.- t.?
flail their wav. thytb laws were passed.
xntX the result was that the principal and
biggest foiiubtry of the state was held up
until both laws co?tld be r?-<alle<i."
"ANYBODY TO BEAT TAFT"
Ex-Secretary Gariield Credited with
Declaration Against Fresident.
Alb'i>iuer?*|ue. V If., .Isn SB -James H.
?srflsld, Secretary of the interior in the
Roosevelt administration, arrived to-day
from Mexico. H<- was ? loseted for an
. hour ?n more with It'rank W. ?"alley, the
Progressive Republican leader, but both
declared politics was not ?lip? u???d.
Mr Partial?! is credited with declaring
il? .?. he was for anybody to beat presiden?
Taft. l.fforts to confirm rumors that the
former CabtfMl member's visit heie Was
10 ascertain ?he gentiment toward Roose
?veU failed, aa the visitor insisted that
personal business alona ?ailed hin* t.? New
OFFERED TO MR KNOX
Secretary Said to Have Declined Su
preme Court Appointment.
Washington. Jen. I*.? It was repoiK-.l here
io-day thai Prealdenl Taft, before ronaliter
mi anv othei rsnoidstee, bad offer??! to
.*?? r?-taiv Knox an appointment to th? Nu
prer-,e Court t?> succeed Justice ll-ariun,
?. hi?-h tbe lecretary declined,
JikIk? IV. ?' Hook still is suppose?! t,, ha
the leading candidate rSBldinaal bj the
lV'?ident al ?his time, but the ?I.I.? in
anno.in? in?, a choice hag ?;i?>n ns. i,, .?.
newed rumora thai Secretary Nagel may
tins*]*. i.< -?!<?< ted.
SHOT AT IN THEIR OFFICE
Italian Attacks Realty Com?
pany's President and Cashier.
be ease? ? second loan of *Of00r? was re?
fused to him on thr ?asM pleeg of property,
an Italian fired two gbata at Herman
Knepper, president of the Kagppgf Realty
?'ornpany, ami then fired ?t the ?'ushler.
.-?arah Oohsa. in th? offices of the
company, on the fourth floor of the It< n
nett Building. No 99 Nassau str????t, yet
Th* Italian fired Ihe Unit ,...i,t m Mr.
Knepper's private room, pointing th,.
weapon at Mr. Knepper. who ducked as
the shot rang out. Mr. Knapper thereupon
ran to a window and slid down u UttUm
pipe to the floor below ami ??ave Ihe alarm.
At the same time ?orne on?- looking into
the court saw him sliding down and called
in Patrolman K?mmet.whak, of the <?;ik
?reet police station, but when the putrol
?i*.in learned ?he facts an?! went to the
fourth floor he found that the ?hooter had
?heady dlaaptigared, gftaar firing ot Miss
Cohan ihrough i ??ution. Miss
? oben was eut on the chin.
Mr. Knepper ggve tie name of tho
f-li???ler to detectives, who went out to
look toi him.
TAFT IN I
Bad Time, They Say, to Stir Up
Strife with Barnes.
COMMITTEE MEETING TO-DAY
Say Chairman Isn't So Much
Opposed to President as He
Desires Power for Himself.
In view of the <letermlnnt;oii of William
it-am?'*, jr.. chairman of the Republican
State Committee, to have the N?w York
delegate! to the national convention ko un
Inatructed and a greajlag feeling among
th? Progressives that vigorous measures
may have to be used in ?ombatlng ihe
Harnes Mea. there are many possibilities
tor trouble at the meeting of th? State
Committee to in- held at haadquartara at
H o'clock this morning. Th? y aie merely
possibilities, not probabilities, how? ver. If
the chairman, or any other member of th-'
committee, had a brick concealed up his
sleeve h? wouhl nut acknowledge it laet
(-ii th?' face of it the m<-cllng should be
most prosaic, us It has -been called merely
tq receive the report of the special commlt
?.n the way in which the party ?an
operate this spring under the new dtreel
primary law. "It Is merely technical," de?
clared Chairman Harnes last night, "and
doea not interest anyone outside of the
There will be a time to reckon with
Chairman Barnes, however, ami that will
b? at the primarle? In March. There la no
us.* stirring up any trouble before I hat
time, however, the Taft leaders l.eli.-vc.
ami If any Taft resolution Is brought f-Wth
at Ihe meeting to-day it will be without
i tbelr knowledge or ceoeant The friends of
1 1'iesident Taft are practical men and lW
i derataad fully that the way to work i<*o.?i
' effectively for the renominntlon and rc
rlecttoa of the President is not to stir up
any strife in the State Committee, hut to
w.irk to control the atete eonventlena, both
the one in the aprlni and the one In the
"Barnes Workinq for Himself."
' l do not believe that Chairman ?iaines
is sincerely against the renomtnatlon ?f
Presiden! Taft.* said a yell known Repub?
lican last night. "He simply ?b'slr.'s prver
for himself and he does ri.it care now much
h?* may hurt the President, in Hi?' pr
of maktna himself a factor in the national
ruioii. by having the attitude ?>i New
York State toward the PreaMeat doubtful
up to the last miaut?
"flialrman Barnes arante to cut a '>ig
rigure in tho Chicago convention. If the
delegates go than already pledged to Taft
it will not be neceaaary for the nati.mal
leaders t" consider him at all. If tbej aie
unpledged Harnes will have to be conault?
ed. lb* will be in a position lo demand
reactionary planks In the platform-planks
such as PieaMdat Taft wo.il?I not care to
"Again?and you do not want to los? alaht
?>f that-Mr. Bamea wanta t?. ele.t a Gov?
ernor of his own choice In this stau* this
?all He wants to nominate a reactionary^
a member of the "Old <;uard' one wl
as much out <>f touch with PlUgiaealv?
tlment as lie is himself. Isn't it possible
that h.* might like t.. .?ay t<> (he friends
of President Taft. 'You may have the
delegates In New York Btat?, but 1 want
e promise that there will be ii" Interference
with my plans in the *-tate convention this
fail?' But a reactionary piatmrm and aa
*<jld Guard' candidate u.r Governor would
be likely to Injure th?- chaBOei Of the K? -
publican candidate for President m this
To Beat Barnes at Rochester.
"Therefore, it behooves m to contiol Hi'
?Rochester ?-etivention In April, and I do
not hav? the ?) i K tit ^ "l doubt that -.*. ?
will be able to do so. I think >ou will Hnd
that steps Will be tak.-n I?) insure the el* -
tlon of a majority of delegates to the state
convention who will not toe, subject to the
orders of i'liajrmaii Barnes. Por this there
are two reaaoraa The tirst is that resolu?
tions may be i>as*ed instructing the dele?
gatt-at-large for the r?*nomlnatlon of Presi?
dent Taft, and. BOCOnd? that a committee
on resolutions may he MMBcd that will pre?
sent a Progressive platform not one of the
'embalmed' kind, such as Chairman Haines
Is planning to get through."
Although the temporary ? hairman ol the
convention sometimes names the committee
on resolutions, the convention d?cid?e ti.ai
Such a committee may be named by pass?
ing a resolution from the floor.
Inder the direct primary law there Is no
formal way in nrktofc to instruct th? dla
trial delegates la th?- national ? ?invention
But generally th? ?listriet delegates ?oui?l
probably feel a moral obligation to vote in
accordance with Inetructioa that might be
given to the delegates-at-larg?. Il il
slhle, however, for Ihe Congress diatrlet
( "innilttfes in placing tha names ?<f the
i aimi'iates for delegates on the primary
ballot to Indicate whom they favored for
"? PreaMential nomination. The delegates
se elected would practically be bound to
support the candidate for whom the) stood
on the primary ballot.
The "old guard' leaders preeuraably
will have th?'ir eaadtdatea f??r ?atafat-si
placed ?n Un- ballot without any sugges?
tion of whom they favor. Such candidate!
may Und themselves oppaaad by oandl?
date nainfl by petition, under the pre?
vim* us of the new law. who win go on thi
primat.v ballot pledged t?) support President
Draw Rules for the Campaign.
The sub-committee <>f tin Mate commit*
t???? appointed to draw up rules for con?
ducting the party againeca this spring and
fail met at state kefdguartora yeeteeday
: aiternoon. thut Is, a majority of it did
i hairman bgrnea, Oeorga w. AMrldge,
Abraham Gruber an?l ?-amuei B, Koenlg
Were there. Speaker M.rrltt. William I..
Ward and Jacob A. Livingston were apt.
The committee drew up a repon, in which
it will recommend that the delegates to
?lia* rational convention be cltosen at the
March primary, the Congress district com?
mittees ?le. Idlng the rotins ol Iks ? at ??,
ostes to go oi. the ballot At first ii was
<i..i?i.?i ;., ?i. ? the delegat? .t Congreai
district conventions, as in form?*-* year*?
but it was oointed out that independent
j candidates *oald then run unopposed at the
I primaries, bringlni about contrats By hav?
ing the organization r-andldafces ?in th?
primary ballot thi re \?in i,? clear*cul
rae between ?hem and nnv oni who mav
desire I" un .nlepenricntlv.
The SUb?COmmltf-M Will rot re?*.imin nd
am amendmenti to th? dii?-.i prima^y
law, a? it is desired ??? let whatever tall
are there tnav b. in it i -t Mit), -ho Demo
rraticorganlaatlon, which pass- i thi ia?
WALL STREET NURSERY GONE
Consolidated Exchange Frowns on
Cloae?never to return-i? Wall street*?
latest Innovation, a day nursery, which
as toM In The Tribune on Thursday, |,u<j
been apenad IK the offices <?f a Consonant?
? d sto.k Bxckaage henee for children
Whoaa mothers were customers or th? con?
cern. Gone also are the MOMA custom?
ers, and hereafter the llrm will eater only
The en-aeea death <>f tke nursery ee-keaee
w.i due to the authorities of the Consoli?
dated Kxchange, who ordenvj It dlacon?
tinned Thp firm was also told that It must
dose Its offices to wotm-u customers, it
being one of the unwritten laws of the ex?
change that women must not come to brok?
ers' offices to trade In stocks, it Is Beget?'
hi?* that the firm may be suspended t?.r
violating this rule, although It is thought
the punlshim-nt in this ?ase w||| he frei
sever?, for the reason that the firm has ?
been u member of the "tittle board*' only
about twe yetare, aad is -mid not t<> have
known tka| women tktokanutot* are not per
mllte.l nelow the dead line establish? d by
tbe lau InspKtiu llyriice.
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TO-DAY'S PICTURES APPEAR ON PAGE 13.
IW?FE SPURNS CRUIKSHANK
( ?m? liiiieil from Aral peg?*.
being paved for a reconciliation between
the captain and hie wife. As be gtepped
from the tram half a doaan newepapar
photographer? who arara part of ?? ?liri?
ons throng of villagers clicked th?-ir
cameras, and aa the ?-attain and Stick*
ney went toward ?he atatton e-ther cam*
erag began to click. One who came too
close anger? "I tin captain, ami ft? a mo?
ment it looked aa if thsre might bs
trouble Th.? captain made ?? motion ag
if to lunge and strike the man, but r.?
covere.l himself almost Immsdlststy.
In bis progress from lbs train to the
iiHck CapUln Crulkabank >????* re?rofnlsed
by many, despite the fact thai be no
longer wore lb? heavy board of oth?fr
,\t tie conference with Judge Full?
Crulksbank etgit-sd papers In wblcb bo
??arslrsd all Interest In ht<- Insurance
policies soon t" mature and als.? in a
please of farm land near thla village. 11
Wa?alS0 state?! that he sign..! a dOCU?
ment in which he declare! ?hat his wife
had ebeolutelj? no connexion with the
fake drowning. _
11!, T<i?grd|.ii le Th? TrUaune.l
Byrseuae, .lan ?:*? Captain Bsrton i
??i uikshank dM i">? com.- t.. gyracuas is
n-Kht After boarding the Inila st Pota
?la:,, be ? hang?'! his.plan? and ?i- ided t"
gtap ??vet for the nighl with fr?en
-4*|M ,f ,; ,. teachera of th? Manual
Training High School, of Brooklyn.
watt for marly Isllowa at Captain ?
.i .nk-.ii.iiik. h.i\.? join. .1 to aid bin
.??ally in in? pr? ieol dlflb UttlS* -v
the nine asid la-t nig) t. the final Lai help
not I;,, very far." and there Is SO
Intention o? helping Man in ?? ?1 us In bttmt
Th. object Im hHoply t?> ,ld.- h.m
Over until be c:in pi'M?'!-' |.|o\ide . ?** h'lii
s.-lf. The f?cher ?al?! he liad known < p
tain Crulkahsnli Intimately having ed
next door tu him for asma tlm?, and
he dors not lnl,??ve SO} Of th? dSTO :..'"?>?
st<.rie? ?(.p.. ernlnt* bim that have bam Clt*
The uit|. hSTf Urged tie- eaptaltl to lO lie
saain m New York City, sad they ?l?Klara
they will do all in their pow?n i" help I m
p.eat.,Misil lllniStilf. "
ENGINEERS MAKE DEMANDS;
Men on Eastern Roads Want In?
crease of 25 Per Cent.
BOOM of the railroads, through their ?afn
rials in ?hi*. ?|.v. h.ave iccelved tin- .1.
mands Of tue id othi? hood of l.ocoluo: lv I
Engineera foi a readjustment sf wage* en
all mails gast of ? blCSgO land north S| the
?.in.. Riser, 'lb. .i.uiaiuis. if iranted. I
would Increase iba atatjas ?.r lbs etiginesn
B3 pe? i eat
in ?i.e offici s nf in,. Delaware, i?i>-ka
aranna *? Western Rallrosd here it ?a
admitted yeStSffJSJ thai th<- official.*1 had
received ?h?- demanda, a rsprsssatsUva sf
I't. nient W. H T:uesc1?le was authorised i
to siiy the demands wen? for th?? ISSdJUSt?
ment of the wages o?i the -atgjiassrg oa tha
trains so that they would I.? gOjUSl t<? the
wages paid in th.- Wt .?I.
"We hav learned Indlrsetly," he mid,
"that tin? Faun ?1-innnilf have he. n in.nl.
on ?it I ia ? Kast.rn rSllrOSdS, and we uti?l?i
stsnil ?hat they are being made <m ?ill the
railroads ea*-t of Chicago and north of the
ohio River. Undoubtedly there win be con.
fa-rein-es ovst the ?bmun.l?, between the
repreasntathrea -f thla rallrosd and ?.r the
anglneets. but i hey msy ihm iska pisca foi
at least a month."
At the ?ifflces ,.l iii(. .Wu \ ?.? k ???nliai
General Msaagsr Hml?h said there ?van
nothing* to say a?,present.
TRAINS DELAYED BY STORM
Flurry of Snow in City Hard on
Horses?May Rain To-day.
The slight rseoeery In the temperature,
wiii.i, broughl with it some relief from the
j I ?ting ...hi ?f th.. earlv morning hour.--,
proved but little Improvement loi ,||V
dwellers Ihm night Tr?m, was hampered
lat? in the afternoon by the i.iii of anon,
and by evenln?- Southern and ?.-stern
trains begun tn he ?mnouneeu ?h Ihrtsfljailil
Central unit peeinaylvsnls station* with th?
late" sign ori -,|| huiieim boarda
The longest i-p?.tte,i daisy on account nf
now and ba<! connsctlona laat evening was
ihat of trains ov-i th- H? ah .nnl Une, u...
dug ?? th?? Pennsylvania ?.'talion at gj|
vesterday sfte**t*aoon dM not arrive tin near
midnight, ami train? from the W?-.?t gnd I
North, trot? Montreal over th- Rutland '
cad, came In anv whete from on?- to four !
I" ins behind scnedule. Ujgg KiiKland I
trafllc naa tampered liiti?., ?n.i most <>r ?
the trains from BoOtOn and north, ant. rn
points alot.g the Atlantic roust ayggg ,,,,1; -,
little tV-hind their n-oilar running time.
Ilor.-ie-diiw n tralll? :.bout the etc suf
f. red worst yestcrda.-. and in sections
v.here SSphalt and woodsa pavements w. i.
Ihe rub- I|--ii|ih o.-uire.l frequently ,n,,|
kept th?? traffic squafl on ?he alert at ?toss
It gg and BpgTadm t" prevent collisions and
blockages Along lbs watssfraai the ?iriv
brg wlml gnd bii-w made navigation among
lie ?mall ?raft a pi-curloiih matter early
In the evenln? ami tugs were in great d?
mand amont ?h- middle tonnage ?raft,
which usually .lock vv'th. ut assistance.
According to the w-niliar Bureau, last
evening's flurry of BHOW may be repeated
lo-da>, and i.tohahly will degeneial?- inl?. a
drtSSfy rain, with tne slightly higher tem
perature which ?? .:-...u?ted. Th? winds?
will still ??otititnu to -..in. from th?- north.!
how ever, .,,?. (-jag] |? |,.^ althSS ?now ,.i i ,iM
I? -moi raw,
1 FIGHT FOR GR?GSBY US
Dilapidated Ispahan Considered
a Prize at $4,400.
?TOTAL NOW NEAR $180,000
! No Flagging of Interest Apparent
in Sale of Treaures of
A bor?i?* of rug merckanta dencended upon
11 ?? tenth aeeeien of the BmiH< Qrtgsb)
'? sal?\ held last night at th.- r?.?ims ?u tie
\ii.1.1-..n Auction Company, an i waned
[warfare r?.! antique an?l mo<b'rn Persian
ruga A Rayai Ispahan rug of th- i\
I teentti centur*) arouaed tke moat ! t ?-?-1 >
competition, and the price aras for?ced up
t" *4,*tg) bel.t waa bid in i>> Leopold
Hengiiiat, ??r ike linn "? Bengulal a Ki i
To .m uninitiated person tke ma ap?
peared to be a dilapidate?! ami much worn
Obje t I'Ut tiie Ml? ????-fl?l biilllfl lllnl bin
I competitors .--aid that it ?as a most r?*
? markakle ptece, arkloh would have brought
? fully 113,.f n had been m i- it" i con?
An antlqOe Peralan -iiK carpel oontalalni
foui paii.*!? ehowtng cartouchea and doral
patterns waa bought ?-* an *>gent ?if the
auctioM company for ?..MO Donchlan Htoth
er.- |?ald tl.'?.''. tct a -Ilk huatlBg CarBet and
ii.?-"? f??i a carpet ehourini .1 Boral daaign
?.I lotus. Bowera ami buds, and the Tree ?>'
I.il- A K, /.azan A Co ??ought a ?In-rde.*.
pray? i ig r... ??."<? W H Baraard gave
g? 0 t"i ? banquet ? loth <-t la? ?? ?in' n and
embroider) and M atcVo) obtained ? ''?
Dalian carved doubl? bed ami canopy for
M7S and a tig? for 1
<'tb?-i bu era were J T, L'nderwood, W,
?I Lev ban. M I. J.-lllnek ?n?l II ?
l: . i?? The total for the ?lav ?.in Ml.*)-'.
R I I..' ,1 ..I Hie .-.tie up
Tke iaht i-- -m.?n ?.i Part i ??' tke sale will
be held ' on.
Purnlture, r** * i ? ? ? mo t pari elaborately
carved and glided, brought high prie?
the aft.'ino .11 ?.*? i ? Il i ??? i | room
grand piano, with a carved case of rose
garlands end araboeguee, a rack of
?bau.'iiK heads aad varieos other frills, a.
Rrichter paid P.3K The Inetrutaeal wee
made i" ordeff for Mias ??ngsi'v ,?t i-',""',
."it ?. aterdaj ? , price v-.**-? . on?
! Udered high.
Mi R? Icktei ? 'i" waa acting fei ??
? known collector "f pelntlaga, tried hsr?i
! lo s;rt a piaBO h? n?*h to matrb the In-ru
, ment, i.ut ?ben ih? price seared above
\tt/?i be 3SV-* up tii? Bght. ft. n Barnard
paid ?'a? to be ti.e eucceoeful biddder
A pair of Empire srmehaira, upkotat.d
i in gr?-eu silk velour, < mbroidered In gold
ami ?rltti "N" circled with g laurel wreath
?.n tke be< k It.. gkt H ". i i'? ? ?* ? hl? h
-?v<-ral ?iraleis said was MM above their
valu? i '..i p. m ..i. i., i '.? ?n Samuel itus
sell, a?tuiK f??r Captain I it De Lamer,
an?! Arthur Bwaan, bidding unta orden
from .m unnamed Individual, ?as the
? ? ? of tii?* i i k > * pi n * Ru HI w.i . the
\v. ii Ham,ii.i ?as a perslatent buyer
.and obtained men] Iota paying big prices
im h.-\ ? : it i ?i i is purchaaea Pec six large
1 "in? XV aim? hairs, upholeiHTCd In Au
bu aeon lapeettV? he paid IfWS, and for a
gin canopy bed be gava M
Artkur Bwaan, acting undei ordern ob?
la lied a Louis XV g||| lOUBge t"i *.'."?'
and earlier in tke sal? paid V.tot foi u
I.?ins XV COaaole table .vith an Italian
marble top. Otker buyer* arare .1 it \vn
bur H. N Baruck, Mrs I. i: Mill? , Mi
YV leaton, Mis H C. Knight and ??.
: DONT SEEK CONTROVERSY
? Civil Service Reform Ansociation Ad?
dresses Letter to John E. Kraft.
The nvll Bervtae it? form kaeoolatlon, >r
n?. ;?? \\aii street, thfougli lemuel n
Ordway, chairman ol ti ? executive com?
mittee, bai- erlitt? n a li-tti-r l<? John lv
Knift, preeld? nl ol Ike Blata Civil iervli *
? oiiimisHion, st Alken?? in which it is
stated ikat th?* reform aea-nolaikw ?i?*?*.*' ?ol
wan! lo eutet into a controveray in rein?
n?.n to Mr, Kroit past action In the mat?
t.-r ??i elaaalBcatlon Tke gggerlatlon irni
an ?p? i, letter I i Ooetrnoi i"v ?m Januar]
in. m ?Mili tsiii' area found witk that pan
of hi.' annual meeegge lo Ihe l<egielature
laaiii * s- oh ihe <'i\i! let rice. Mr. Kraft
enewered ths aaaociatbm'i letter. Thla
letter aald thai the s?a?e command-on "-a
engaged la eaemptlag Innpectetv. en-ain
Inera ar.?i rlertte, and thai the *j?i\rrno'
ai'|.i..vi'i ?! tfclg The atati oemmigaton
area branded a? thoroughly InefBclent.
The aaaaeiatknVa letter to Mr. Kraft
>..'i .ii not meet the atatemenl 'hat the
Oovernor was led bito publishing ilmir. s
m defence M your action, which compared
th? number ui ?.* imptd ?as granted in .
?real ??! your administration with the num?
bers for four .?i i wo .veins under Hughes
Higglna an.l Qdell, and took Ho a? . ?mut of
??\i? usions of rlaanlflcatlon. <>n ih?* con
trurv. vim avoid it and rite the percentage
ol i bos?' giante'l ?mi of thoae sppliad Un
as establishing a record f"t your commis
Y* t Bo ?me knowa belter than you that
ii;.inmlaaion Is i>\ law v.si,.! wbh ?h?*
power to classify and that this pouri r i
v holly Independent oi applications bj ap?
pointing otfleern. The attitude of the com?
mission determines in the main the num.
let o! applications f"i exemption from
competition. himI your Intimi attitude has
inviied them; ,ye( you seek to iwhi tbla
fact to the m1 .'.?it*?;?- ?.r \?un commission
)i, showing th? propoilion aiaiiti.i t.. ti,..
number ?PI bed for to be l??ss than In pre
Toir are av\ai.' ii.it with ymn- expro*
ernaenl nn examination has h<en n. .?!.* ic
a repree-intativs ??f tiu-< association ol you*
i? ? ?. i -1 -- ?lurini? Hi? yeai till His repon
wbl ?rover the other asp ?is ?if your admin
isliitbli to wbl. n '?.i i. I? i. ,,n,| m?- fain
disclosed bj It will, al tin proper thru
" lv< a the work ?,t past commissions
too? r?-eel\ed our lillbbe .ooitiu-iit
Il) IH FOR iSVEl?
Governor Glasscock Expects to
Have 4 Solid Delegation,
GIVES "PERSONAL OPINIONS"
One Is That No One Ever Refused
a Presidential Nomination,
Governor Qlaaecoch of wrest Virginia,
after lunching w'th Theodore Iloos-evelt
yesterday, declared he eras going back to
hla home state to work tor an Instruct??!
ddlegatloa for Roosevelt to the Cblcago
i ?invention. lb- thought there was no
??oubt that West Virginia would amid a
solid ftookevelt delegation to Chicago, ami
he was especially entkusiaatic in declaring
that his state would give Mr. Itoosev? It ;i
plurality ?if upward of :v_',ix*o ?in Election
"My perennal opinion la that Colonel
Roosevelt will a? ????pt the nomination." said
the Governor, in answer to questions along
that line: "bui ?hat opinion la not based
i.p' ii anything that Colonel Roosevelt said
to me. No on?* has ever refus ?1 the noml
The Governor denied Batly that be had
< ome t < New Vork to demand of Air.
Roosevelt thai be ^tat?- his position. He
bore in? messages for any other Governors;
h?* said, and he spoke f??*- himself, and f?ir
himself only, both when talking to Mr.
Hoosev.lt and later whin talking to the
Also the Governor wanted to emphasize
tin* tact that in his remarks alter leaving
Mr. Rooseven he ?as giving nothing but
his oa n pei aOnal opinions.
"Mske this ? i er," he said. "1 am not
authortaed to aay that ?'?iionei Roosevelt
will ?'Ithei accept or decline the nomina
linn. Personally. | am for him. I don't see
boa in- can decline, although i don't know
how lie will look at it."
Mr. Roosevelt's luncheon, at which he
was boat to the lUv. Samuel M. Crothers,
"i Boston, as w? ii a? to Governor Oless
i'.ik. was aervM ?ti tke offices ?>f The
outlook " and it whs arranged by Mr.
ROOSOVell that ro|M*>rters should see the
Governor ?t hla k?atel afterward, ratk?
than attempt to talk to blm Immedlatel)
after he left tin* oontiibuting aditor'i ofllce
Governor Glaaacoch would not be drawn
' Mito air. phrase that could convey an Im
pteeelou of autkoiiaatlcn from Mr. Roose?
velt to -peak of him as a receptive candi?
! date foi tbe nomination, lie w.?s frank in
iansw.ring any an?l all ?iiiesllons but thus.
win, i, eongki to eii.it anj d?finition of Mr.
R.relt's i aaitli n
"I don't think that Colonel Rooaevell
win ever be .? candidate la ik? enaa tkat
11.h mon. Wilson and ?"ark are candldatea,
be explained "M? win be a candidate only
after h.- receives tke nomination. I feel
personally that regardless of how he may
feel i have a right to my preference, and
'my preference 's for Mm. i think tin i.
pie ?ant bim ami believe in him. and I he?
ll, win i>?- Dominated, i think he
oughi to accept "
eliminating the poaMMIIty "f the nornl?
in.iiion of Mi Roosevelt, Governor niass
???.'k was asked if he thought th>* fc?*pub
? Ucaaa could a in
i certainly bop< tke part) can win." he
answei ??'! ' i .un .i Hepub|t< on to the
I backbone, and i * in work i"r and support
Ian II n?* is the nominee.
? ? J ?.. you think Mr. Roosevelt will work
I f?ir and support President Tatt. if he lathe
I nomine? I i.? a.? ? .. *tk'*?i
* * i c irtalnl) do ' r< piled th? 11? vt i nor.
"From what I know oi the man I think he
, w?.uid work i". President Tatt as huid as
he would for himself"
I Governor Oleaarora had an answer to tie*
"third term objection," when that subject
'was mention.?i, which was baaed on ti.e
control ?>f delegates, which, he said, might
go With I man who wa> in
"There is realty more objection," he -yii-J.
I "to a second term than there le to a third
term under the conditions which would wii
front Colonel lt?.'??vlt A man In offl'-e
i could?I don't say would?use patronage to
Iget a second nomination, lolonel Rooaevell
is ?mi H? can use no patronage. He has no
? ? i ... k ..i him A demand for him
n.ust, .?une from the people tbemselvee I
mean no reflection on the Presiden! bj sil
that, but In my mind there can be no ob?
lection, more I) ?" legally, t<? another t"im
for C lonel Roosevi it "
i Ills rlstl to Mr Roosevelt, the Governor
i said, ?4> not the purpose "f hla trip io
Ne? ^.ll^^ Ile came jirtmsrilj foi th? an?
nual banquet of the u ?st Virginia Society
..f N.u v..'k in >aid and bis rail upon the
former President was incidental. Wee!
Virginia will have ?.uteen delegates at Ike
i . .??? convention, tw?. from each of
the v I'ongresMonal districts and six at
BOWDOIN JV1EN AT DINNER
Graduates of New York and Vi?
cinity Hold 42d Reunion.
now.loin loiisge graduates living In
New \oik and nraibv .'.ties held their
fot tv-second annual ?Untier last nlxiit at
the iiot.-i Martinique r .?? 'lass ?t ?;,:,
which la soon to hold lie flfty-flfth annl?
versary, had the place of bono*- Rleven
men .?ut of the otiginni ltfty?ons are left,
s mon g i hem Qeneral Thomas ii Heb?
bard the i>i?nk??r, who |g a truatee ?if the
college, and Bdward B Merrill? i lawyer,
Both wen* present last night
I-.,... Itassett Clioate. ii:'. a Boaton
,ii impus, wrote a poem for the dinnei en*
titled "Vlvai Bowdoln" I* memory of
James UcKeon, '?'?i. an nvsraeer of i'i*
rolle-'--, who was chief counsel for the
Mutual Life Inaura nee Society and an en?
ggetate with Charlea M Kugkej la the in?
auranca probe, g sonnet of arklek ha trta*
the .?MiInn whs Min? h\ the ?liners Mr,
\i '-..on ibe?i recently.
The apeakera ?ere William i?e Witt
Hyde, president of Bowdoln; General
llubbard, Auguatua F Libby, George
Haven Putnam, Charlea F, Mathewsoa, a
truatee; Woodbury Pulalfer, Profsssor
.tames i. McConaghty, or Vide, and Mor?
ilmei Hayes Bontell, I Minneapolis Bd?
ward T, Little, '|7, was toastma t?
President Hyde, who has i>een unuauall)
successful in raising funda for Bowdoln,
described some of the recan? Improve?
mente ami more pressing RSSda
"Hugh .i. chisholm h??s riven us prop?
??in in Portland valuad 'it tt*,***" Mr,
II s ?1 '? said "So far Wg have raised but
|i:..iMiti Bowdoln has |s,oee,gd6 in an?
dowment and for Ita else is the best en?
dowed ami equipped college li the court**
COUNTRY BOY IS SUPERIOR
- ? ? ?
i Experts Oive Figures at Child
An.v hov. no matter how stupid he Is, call
get along In the ? Ity, but it requires some
ability fur a yuuth tu make his way in the
country. The country boy is abler than hla
city couehii knows much more and has
more common asneo, He la phyatcaliy
superior, baa .. letter understanding of hu?
| man native, is more Induatrlous and is a
bath i* cithsen In every way.
Tkeae ??inclusions were arrived at yeater?
?lav morning at the Hotel Chelean at the
Opening session of a two days' confer? me
: on agricultural education toi dependent ami
delinquent boys, hei?i i?a*der the auaplees of
: tin- New York child Welter* Committee
I Agricultural ackOOla In New Vork, New*
? Jersey, Maine. l'i*iuisyl\nnl,i and TenneeSOa
i contributed statisti?*s aatf photographe, and
? It. 11 Ree?ler, superintend? ni of the New
i Vork Orphanagg As>ium, apa?ad the morn-?
[ ing session with a discussion cf the insiliu
jtlon'a work nine- It had moved its hca.i
I quartern from the ?*it>* to the onuatry.
At the night session speeches W< l*e made
by Chancellor Brown of New Vork I'm
veraity and n. h. Fullerton, director ofj
Ike expei inn nial station of the Long Island
Railroad Company? Mr. Kuiierton Mamed
the luiildlenien for the high ?ost of living. ;
1 >r. Mrown ?-?in1end.il that the city was
batte/ lor a man's nioiul ilatun than the
Continued fmm flrsl page.
lb- nation ggd ?h?? opportunity O? DM *?
ing the Auieri.H?i i?i.l?li<'. he had been
i.'.-eived 'ii go cordial a fashion, ai'?1 he
hon ptropoaod <h" o?slth "f Mr. Taft.'
B**afdee tbn Da?ka> ??>" Daxtl*geB, and
Princess patriiiu. ,< UM party returning
t.. Ottawa were Lieutenant Colonel Low
tl.er, A. L>. 0.1 ?'?*l??ai'i Kivei-3-Uulli.c?ey.
?oniptroller of the K??yal Household, and
Miss Felly, the Piin <<?*???'?< lady-ui-wait
Ing, Police ln.?p . tor Parkinyson, of
i Ottawa, win- ?'am- v tth th?- royal psrty,
returned >?'> the game train.
Detective William H- Ptiiiaton. who
wae assigned to tlv toyal party duiiiiK
their stay in the < ?ty, by Comnilssioiier
Waldo, |a 'he proa 1 possessor of a i?a.?r
aonal h.iniin in' [rom the Duke <>f
<'?iiiiKiitiTu?. At ti?' ?iraii.i ?entral Itn
tloii last lllgbt the Duke presented ;-un
ston with ?*? line pair ?it gold <-uff but?
tons, with the ?lit? ? 1 creal engrave?, on
their fa.--. The i>?-.?*?? told th?- dstscflvs
that he v.isb?.I hi?, i tO have them i? a
small testan Of hid appre<iati?m ??f the
courte*} Fand protection th?- Police De
partment had ?-xt >:Vle?i to his party ?vhile
ARCHITECTS AT DINNER
Daniel C. French Wins Medal of
Honor for Sculpture.
Nearly ?htee hundred person** ?ttend-'l
the twenty-sev-ntii annu il exhiiiltlen ef th ?
Architectural League ..f Ne>- York in its
building. N" ta West ?.Tth street, last
night. William A. Boring. Um president j*
lb? leagUSi presided at the dintr-i.
Upon receiving the medal of honor for
?culptun for th? exemples of his work at
th. prescht exhibition, and in ? onsideratlon
of the dlStiagUlshsd character of his life
work, Daniel Chester Knn<h said, ?mon*
I other things: I am still in tin? ring and 1
? have Just begun to light "
Charle- \ardley Turn-r received the
! m?-.lal of honor for mural painting and the
: msdal of honor for srehhecture went ro
I Charlea A. Platl for his group of -ountry
houses. William .1 Heauley. Kdward 81m
moaa and Paul JanOSWSW t?>??k tiie prizes
' for . ollaborative design of painting, sculpt -
iii- and grehltecturs.
in i a apuna? t<? the subject of the evening.
The New fifth Avenue," I'.-rough Presi
|dsni McAneny, after rastswtog the work
ielrasdy done In th? widening of that thoi
louRhfaie. ?aid in part;
it is not ?"?> late to correct the earllei
mistake? of those ?/ho originally planned
i the city, and th? soonei we do it the bettor.
before land values g<? up and present it. I
offer anal is been done a> an exhibit ol
| what can be acompMshed I am arranging
?now t.. i,t contracta to pave tb< avenu?- to
Now that th- site for the new <ivlc cen
Itre has tieen selected, It is the psychic "><?
I nu-ut to strike fci further development.
i The Criminal Court House, although >afe
enough, desplt, tue cracks, Is an affroii'
; and sn eyesore, and muai come down a?
?-Mi?' we ?hall open gr??en br-athirg
plaa-e? all the mv from old St Caul's lu
? the entrances ol both bridge?. The . Iisn.-e
. li.? open te do much mois, snd during th
coming .i a ko-xI atari will be Basse?
| ?'..mmissioner Kxlwards of the Street
? leaning Department spoke m favo, ef
"mor- i'a. <s when the mother? at.d chil?
dren could breathe freely." Other speakers
?rere R. <" Bturgl?, of Boston, and Kdwuri
DRESSES FOR OWN BURIAL
H. J. Bridger, Brooklyn Jeweller,
Kills Himself with Poison.
Henry ?> Bridger, a jeweii-r ami sptl isn,
with .. .?tor?- at No. 472 Pulton ?.feet.
Brooklyn, committed auM?e early -,. :t>?r
?la\ bv taking arsenic while at his rooms
at NO H Hans -ti PtgC ?.
He was f,am,l Ivlns; on lii? lx-d nv Mrs.
K. K. loluison. in whose house he boarded.
Bh? had goto to hi- room afler a telephone
call from ins stoic In. .1 P. K-yes. vho
in the house, was summoned sad sa ?i
that Mr. Bridger : ad been dead for some
time. Near the bed was a glsss containing
a sedim-nt which 00 analysis, proved to be
Mr Bridger bad e\t?ientiv made careful
preiiurati??ns f.u his death, as he hud
drawn up hi- wig, left several >tters to
friend? and dressed himself csrefully.
Mr. Urldger bad not live I with ils wife
for some time, but It is believed ?hat ?-lie
is living somowhags in Brooklyn.
Among the letters left by Mr. Urldger
was one to his utiil-rtak?-i. which made
pi'ov ision.i tor th.- ragt? of his body and to
Which was added a posts? rlpt w'iich ran
"Don't wake ..fr my ?tsthe?, i have taxsd
up ??li with everything clean snd neat, so
th? food? Rosead this wish."
The list three werde were heavily unies
I'mplovea ?if Ml Mndger said that wl.cn
lie hft i? -gare Thuiadaj night be com
pian,.?! of iiineM Ilia tiu-ii.i.i ?ate they bs
llSVSd hla BUldde was the result of injut ics
racavt i in ' - when he wa? attack**] by
MAYOR ON SINGLE TAX
I That's What Sullivan-Shortt Bill
Amounts to, He Says.
Mayor Qayaw mal the following letter
lysstonaay t?. t. Qardner Kiisworth, aacsa?.
: tarv ol tli- I'aitn-is and Taxpayers' A*so
eiation, ai No. M Best x,tu atrssti
Dear Mr. Ellgworth Th? Mil which you
-ill the Sulllvan-dhortt bin has not been
submitted to me The purpose of it? is to
thro? all la-ai .slate ta\.s on tin- bar??
I ground, and exempt the buildings. This
j h-ans the carrying oui <>t tlt?, tasor** of
i th. late Henry Qeorge, L ?-.. t?. have a
alngle tax 1 ... only vu- tax. I. ?., on th?*
bare lam) oiUy, all building? t? s-> ire?? ?>r
ti you will get Mr, 0?*?orse*a book, "f'rog
resa snd Poverty." you win rind the whole
i theory stated. The result of such a l?w
' would be to practically confiscate the values
? ? all vacant land Ir? ?liles. The affect
: would be to absorb int.. the public treasury
bv- means of tlxr? the ..ultra? ground rent,
which ?nay h- ft? ID) ?talad at someW her?
from i t" B per ?-.-ut ?.f the value of the
h.ii. la.ul. i)t course, if all ground rent?
i should be absorbed into th? public treasury
[there would be no tele value on vacant b>ts
left. To tt,-.ik nlalnly, this would destroy
? m connscst? all ? u. h land values. You
Lhsve to decide whether thla would be Just.
, Buch ?' -v tetn of taxation may b? the
! best Hut us sucht? lias been ? otiHtructed
snd lived under u dlffereni one. and people
I ?nave tnvesteil ?heir money In laud values
| un.I-T that system, would it accord with
; justice for PMCtety t>> destroy their Invest-1
: m. ?its by a new system without eompen-1
sating theni for their loias? The subject Is ?
? h/ dim noun -ally and morally. Hoi j
! re id "Progress hik! Poverty," und tea what
ypU think about It, 8lne?reh your?,
\V ,1 QAVNOR, M?
T. Oardner Rlhrwarth, v^n. got rotary.
P?mera gad Taxpayers' Association, No
III Kast Mth BtfSet, New York Olty.
? aa ? ,
GETS OHANLER PROPERTY
John M. Scoble Take? Title to "Sheriff
Bob's" 56th Street Land.
Another transaction in real estate by
Robe**! WlnthreC* ?'hauler, from wlioin
Una Csvatta*} rseeatty gseursl a divorce,
-? recorded yeataraay la the Register's
The duel ?onveys title to John M. Scoble
Of the |it?>?,eity In |*gh atreet esst ?if Klev
enth avenu-, on both side? of the ?tref-t.
Mi. kahle Bisa received u ?hv.-ument ttttt
veylag la bitn i" trust the dowry rights of
his tlrsi wile, Julia ?'luunbulHlu ?'h?nler.
In th? prop, i tv.
\Nlth th?? recording or the ?l?<ed. It wrs
learned last sight, the ieg??i mtaagieasents
over his t.al -state irlsln? from '"Boh"
Uhaalor nsari*|ring Mono, LV/a?eej arc it
la?) i:n,i;ii, i,? rstarasd from ?--??: < i *-. a.i?i
it was Hiinoun??*.| Hint be had given bej
IV.i.'ci [eg his inaiital trouble? with her.
ORIENTAL BALL IN FRISCO
Mrs. Crocker's Guests Bewild?
ered by Its Magnificence.
ALL IN GORGEOUS COSTUMES
Ballroom Converted Into a Sem.
blance of Throne Room of
King Solomon's Temple.
Han Francisco. Jan. 26.-San Franjee
society was entertainer! by Mrs. Tempi?,
ton Crocker to-night with an Ori-Musl
ball. In point ??f magn I licence of setting
and costume It is said to have out
shone any similar entertainment give?
in the West, and there were many who
contended that it surpassed th?? eelf.
brated affair Riven by Mrs. Crocker's
cousin, Mrs. Jack Gouraud, In New York
not Ion* ago.
The ballroom ?f a fashionable hotel
here had been converted into the sen?.
blance of the throne room of King Solo
mon's temple. Swarthy attendants, cla?J
In the^ fantastic dress of Asiatic prlnci.
palltles, show cd in th?> picture.
The costumes of the participants ?,*,??-,
varied and wondrous. Mrs. Crocker's
mother, Mrs. Will <;. Irwin, wore Orfcn*
tal trousers of coral pink, veiled with g
brocaded ?loth of gold, worn ns a tunta,
with breast piece?. bodice and broad glr?
die of turquoise, pearls ?uni sapphires.
The hostess was regal as S. hehen?
cade Ti?r mauve pantaloons were erj**.
broidend wilh gold and silver thread.
Sapphires and pearls woven Into a bar
MM cover?'?! th? dress, and from hor
coronet there fell to iier bejewelled an?,
klcs a veil of silver In ? euggestton of
the flashing acalea of rt*sh.
The ball had 1 sen whlspend about for
nearly ? year, and many had th.*- oppor?
tunify to aaiid to or visit the Far BaM
In <iue?t of bizarre adornments. India
and Tuikey contributed perhaps th?
i most plctureeque costume, but South?
1 ?ru Italy, Qreeoa and even France add?
led to the l?H.vefy and color. No masks
Th? men appeared t" ?t?> good
tags as th?.men. With the men Indh
teamed to be the most favored land for
representation, and the Hindu was pre??
eut in such numbers as might alarm m?
herenta of the Asiatic Exclusion league
From niahouis to malm rajahs, the fol?
lowers of Buddha attracted unusual in.
A feature of the ball was ?? "Selon***"
: danc* by six young fllta attired in
? fetching costume. They had practised
! th?* ?lance tor are eke.
KNEW WHJMJGHT FAILED
Darkness Told Wife That th?
Keeper Wa3 Dead.
I Bv Tel*(rrsph to Th? Trbu-.u !
Been Mill. Md., Jan. Zt.?At sunset ye?.
torday the light from the Chineo tragt?
laghthnuse did not shine seros? the ?a
ter- of flaapnaant Hay. and the inhabi?
tants of Uta island looked end wondered
There was a woman on ?.::. ??lirai who
surmised the eau.*-?- the keeper's
wife, who in bar light gasolene lasncft
had battle with the ?ce floes alone a f?,w
hours before and oome to ChlBCOU ; I
for mach needed supplies
Mrs. Ta>lor readily foiin?l men te ttosng
her in koIiik back to the lighthouse. an?l th
battle with the 1rs be/fun.
Fpon reaching the lighthouse they tym?
Taylor kneeling at his bedside, a. if in
pray? i. its was dead.
Th* light abone last night, guarded *t
Taylor's wife, who knew, a.> she watched,
that the body of her husband arai bent?
?'arried across the watt-rs of th** hay for
burial by friends w h.o had assiste! her In
reeoMaf her home, and they were Lelng
guided liy th?* li-jht which ?or tw?*nt)-iix
years h? had attended
William Taylor and In- w*f. 1M?1 l*e?n
keeper and assistant k.-e**.. i ol ?.'lilnco
t.'aguc light alace It was established, tain?
ty-slx years ago. and last night was th?
tlrst that the light was not antntag.
JOHN CAIN SENTENCED TO OIB.
John Cain, the n?'gro ?*\ho star'?i .. ?!rltt
on a Ninth avenue * L train and 1.11le?i
three people and stabbed six others a'. Co?
lumbus avenue and it*?h street or. th?
niKht of May 17, waa aeatenced :?? Ju-ise
Foster, In Qensral Beaatons, ycsterdav to
die in the electric etialr during th? acj|
beglnatng March 4.
<*aln was taken to the death hou-l *t
ItlSllli llurbur-s-r an?i hi.? deputies T?r?
eme J. McMgoas. his counsel, will ipixsl
from the conviction -if murder in the lirst
degree on the t?roun?l that tain w i? In?
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