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.Kill*. OAK I KN I ELSEH HERE TWO tKMH
ON MEXICO STIRS
Sir Edward Grey'-*. State?
ment to Commons Dis?
cussed by Cabinet.
LOOKED UPON AS
Sir Lionel Carden Confers
with Wilson on Mex?
MAKES NO PREDICTIONS
Minister Confirms The Tribune's
Neu?* That Huerta Will
Fight at Torre?n.
Wt March .'?. Sir
Tard- it, British Mil iter to V
ronfciT?^ ?rlth Preaidenl Wllaon to
rjav, ind In that ' rlrrnerl
the U< lui " T1 The Ti I
?une * d?BPffil Victoriano Huerta
MRtanplatea taking the Beld and I sd
H?tjat* troopa aaalnal *??? tution
alibt irmy a? Torraon In person
gir ?an Mr* Wllaon ?'?' th?
Wh:-- ' the dinner
hour. The engagera? nt had been
f?r him thr<? - larjr of Btat?
tiah Ambaaaador, Bir
Cee I eo.
The* f'ritish v ? ?? ? | on 1
tn London to i port on I he Mi clean
Ai.1T: i Me plant ? i ?
?a\. v\ aahlngtoi
N'av,- York, when he will taki
en the ' i mp '. o ; ng and.
Following the ?" of
:u8B his conferen?e with Mr. \x
ind r.-frainrd from dlacuaaing publicly
he internal affair*? of Mexico or his
own Inter? b? in I
Avoid? Giving an Opinion.
M wai learned, however, froth au
thent'.- eoureaa thai Blr Lionel ax*oided
?-m?rir.?.* any opinion to the Pn -
us to the rltimate outcome of the Mcx?
iran hatrogUa Tr wai laid that he
a?ai'tii?^ at; o* Mi - qUestlh'fta
frank'?, and that there wai a general
interi'hans? nf Impreaiioni on the -jra* ?
Itjrof ? ;t'ti.
Be'or'? calling at the White Houk
?r Lioi ' visited Secretary Bryan, to
rax* hi? i-eepecta. Mi : ? turn
call waa made to night, when h? and
Mia. Bryan were dinner gueate of Am?
kaandor and Lady Bprlng-Rlc?
Ti-e ?peech of Bir Edward Grey, Min?
ister of Foti Ign Affair? for '?rr-at Brit?
ain, In the Houae of ? ?mimons tO-daj
?aaied ? ? ? ? i. *?
ca_t b* Tha Tribune Mal f-Yidny. th<
Brittah policy, by Bli
Edward, ? ; aril! bid?
tim? and eventually maUo Mexico pay
Maelty for ih<- killing of William B
Benton Th-'- demand for I ? ? I
"?ill no? kjt) made until ther? i a re?
?feasible goven n eai I Mi ?Ice
S'- Eda ard O? I ? tam? n! lo ?he
Omm read by Preaidenl Wil?
?in*' th? Cabinet !? <xa? genei
rrgar-!?'! .,?. |< ???ning tha teni on wbl
hoi ban f?i ? ovar the po? Ibiltty of
t.x\Ttrro preeaure he?ntr exerted on the
T'n!*' i n?ianii for a dr ?
Await"-?-. WorrJ from Carranra.
There wan practically no dlspa ? ?
of kn] - - ? -. State Departo
from v -. ; -. to?da* Word ?
'?"m QanaraJ Can i
??i *'? be would p' raial In hi
*tt!t ? | enying tha right of th?
ea to Inquire i b? ut ? >
? wMeh n ',r-'i in th" >?
?bo - ami ru the bod) of H? n
h?, n rnadi
i"-r.ar'mf-' i in ?!arransa I
?? . ?. av? I" ? -i
? ?< third l??K?. ?I.lh rnhimn.
This Morning's News.
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|cARRAiMZA ORDERS INQUI
Names Commission to Invei
gate the Benton Oase.
Noguli - M? \ ? Mi?;; \ , ,
? i"' ?i tu ii ghi bj (Jem
'; 'I d ??? up a-as la
>ng ? Ion of th? proi I il?
it ?vas said that the death al Jua
"f th? ..,, s. n
' ? Up ? '1 pl y Al] 'Ik
?n >>'? t :ai ranz** und I
ACTOR HEIR TO S500.0C
I James K. Hacketft Inherits F<
tune from Niece.
Bj the 'i- ..ni ?.r Mi?. Minnie He
? " Tro? bridge his ni? i ? ?. James
, Ha? k< Inherit? ii
i bulk ??? r estati i mat? A at m
I than Slf.?OO.OOO. His sinn-, i- e;
: mated al ?1 jOO.OOO
Mrs. Trou brldg? died ? esterday
' ?.m? So 72 Park
j the eff? eis ol a stroke of ap >pU
i suffered I n 11)08.
Mi H.i' kel i ? as una ? are of
? good forl une last night, h Ii ni?
? i\'??! him al her ho
and dc< I In? d lo h ? an; ? ommunl?
? ion v Ith him t le ? "iii''u Into I
? "i !?? i" r n I - h or will, r
hi if \1 of Win.
POLICE PUT LID
ON IN TENDERLO!
Sudden Order Comes and Resta
rants and Dane?? Places Are
Shut at 1 A ,M.
d< i along i ii" ' Great Whl
t.* i a i" this morning in.
? '?it Ing 11i? - sard Regardless
? | -, night I teen sei ei erj cafe at
other reeori was obliged lo rloae si
Inspe? : or I la j '?! ?*.u l> in I he e> enii
mad? ??? personal call on all the propr
? ' ? ihem I hat I hey a ou
To riiaK.? sure thai th< promla?
I would be kept, Inspectoi Dwycr hi
, Mien in pis i1 i lothes and m unlfotn
! al ra'-h r<
Every place closed Hundreds r
persons wen turned out, but nona dl
more thon mildly proteg? and hurr
MEETS GIRL; LOSES $3.54i
California Visitor Has Costl
\ prosperous i""king. middle-Sage
, man walked up lo <?? policeman at 42
->'???' and Eighth avenue early thl
morning, ?and Mid thai he had bee
i of s letter of ?redit for 98,60
end MO in cash. He was accompaniei
by s young woman. The pollcemai
look ihe pah to the ?Vagi 17th stroe
station. There the man govs ins nam
as Eraatus B. Webster, forty-five year
old, "f Loa Angeles, Cal., oni stoppini
? it the Hotel A et or. The young womai
refused to gli e her name.
w. .?., asserted that h>- loel hi
money whll? ei ertalning his fair ac
-j is ntan ??.
ROBBER LOCKS DOOR
AND LOOTS STORE
Trapi Customers and Propri
etor's Wife, Then Breaks
Window to Secure Gems.
? the police saj Is one of Um
? eat lewelry robberies p?**rpetrate?i
Mea Fork in years was committe'
ni.?.;' 7.'??'? o'clock laal night al th?
lore of Bernard Konlgeeberg al No
<;i?! ?Second a? enue,
Mrs Konlgeeberg ???!- attending t?
?two i tomers In the absence of h?-r
husband, who was III, when she no?
i a tall man al 'he door. Th?
next moment the store window
shad i". Mrs Konlgeeberg and her
customers rushed to the door und
found that thej were ocked In.
mai ? sn al the door**, Inst? ad of
trying to enter, had been quietly Hx
itig s padlo k. Then he had craahad s
. ;. nd o ."i"-bell through the win
dow, and Mra Konlgeeberg, helplc
? ?uni take about $1,000
worth ol diamond rings and other gems
from iii? window, pul them In ? bag
; .-'nd run Into the hallwaj of the housi
i ? \' door, No. B14.
Patrolman Schwab run up on hear
I the crash of glass. Bui th? rob?
BEQUEATH? $5 TO
Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson
Leaves Rest of $120.500
Estate to Daughter.
Bents Barbara, CaL March .'? Mrs
? ? ? n'a w 111, dispos
? .,r an satate valued a' $120,G00,
? . ,| ?, i probate here to-day by
?ri,. . ? goes '" M?*- Btavenaon's
daughter, Mra laobel strung, with In
i,, ?,;i ? i,i.,' >i i t-ebourne t?lOO
:, month for llf*. Another provteloti of
? :,i reads
?|',, Katharin? Durham Oabourna, of
ferocity, ??* ho ii? <?<i on m.*.
bount) ("? manj years, al the ?um?
ilii?? m? w Ith malicious slaa
. . i i ? ? * ?
Edward Ballabun PleW secretery ???
i.? - j 11 ?? a? had s and
i,,, ,,r ('arpentai Iowa, valuad al sas
eral hundred dolkw?
UNEMPLOYED WELCOMED AT ST. PAUL'S.
Homeless men listening l<> address before getting dinner al Vesey street church house.
RAID ST. PAUI
?Eat. Drink and Make Mei
at Expense of Parish
Then Riot a Little.
Tannenbaum Crusaders Take I*
session of Parish House Afte
i In pursuant*? of their announced
i t<r>ri"ii to R-.--I f.'i.ii and ih<
different church each night, the In
i of t\x'<-> h'in?Jr(?l unemployed men xv
; nnder the leadership o\ y^nwu Ta?n
b?um, ?h., youthful represent ttl ?
rhp 1. w W.. hax ?? been dii Ing ?
?leaping at x*ar1ou? rhurches, mm
last nijrht. at the Inx Itation of th? R
W. Montagu? C?eei on Bi Paul
house, ; ; \ ? .-? \ n nd ( 'hur< ;> lire?
where tin >? partook genen ?? of f?
and stumlM r. Bl Paul ? chapel \
long? t" Trinlt ? parish the mo I i
' lusix e and the i Ich? s? In lb.|
The mi nu ? oni lat**-d ol banam
corned beef aandwl? hei and i off?
r.iiiv Interspersed, interlarded s
waahed down with red fire oratoi
LVearl) everybody made ? ipei h
apeeches. The onl? exception? w?
? m?? ? men In I he ri ar ol the hall, t\
? i xx m.m had ? o?da a hile the third hi
' - ? arm and ? ould nol ge I
The gat h< ring ans? mbli d In it'it-rr
i si I 30 i' m A fier i" a
to addressee by Jane \ Ro
the i W. \\ Prank Hill? ? Hen
Landwirth and Krank Tann**nbau
the crowd ma n h? d on? hundr? ? ? ?
r<> the Bower? Mlai Ion. The bread Hi
in fr"iii of the minion had about i
men in it when the Tannenbaum en
?a 1er? arrived
"Is His the l w W.?" cried ?mi
of t he i?!'? adllnei i,
March Dawn Biisdway.
'T ' cam? ' i newer. "< '..mp ?
along We're going to church
They "came along Twelve men, b
actual count, hnni* buck and aluck i
? ii?. bread line. To ?road * a? I r imp?
the entourage, and down to Veee
atreet, In the dooi of the chapel houa?
and th< nc< up thrsi flight* to I
ner of Band* I? h atreei and Speech ave
\- .. M- Oeei had mad?- the r*rowi
welcome, Tannebaum took the ?tan?
and reiterated thai the men were will
?ig ?,, work; thai ? hi ? w? n nol ? ;?
lag charity, but merely accepting a*ba
il,,., wen enl ed to
??ir i t, it that i * ire act i pting ? har
tty." he de? Ian d, ' I would nol be here
i came bt ;< .-? ' am hungr*, Ju il ai
aii of ! "' ha* ?' done."
1 That'? ' Ighl ' ' ' ' lad Mm? of th*
i-rowd. "No ' hai Ity! W? don l rant
. hai it) '"
Bulling 'ii.? action to the word lin
men helped ihemaelvea to thi.? i
?andwlcbea apiece and rang for more
"We hav? come to demand the bread
xxe doaervt." continued Tannei
Mand 'hat rightfully belong? to us Wa
(?finan.i work bul we will not work
unless we tc' our price, Meanwhila
?our?- braaJUng r?<> lawi if we pick "p
i in |ng xx her? ?? er we can And M "
"Equality" the Watchword.
This isa movement "f Ihe ' W, W
saut Prank Hamilton, and thi nun
chaered. "Wi an nalthar di relict? nor
delln?|u?rnl ?. but human belngi end we
di mand thi i Ighl to be tr?jati d ? ? iu< h.
Ws ara is Ithi r bi ttar not ? oi - lhan
John D Kn. kafallai oi th? 11car of BI
"Now York ?'in nol pa* any attan?
l|nn i" H- nr" mploj ? 'I 'i"1'.
k-.,?;.,. and compel II la do ??? Thai
i iintimi?'! i?n nesad paga, feestk eelaaaa
C. W. POST RACES DEATH
Operation Only Hope for Battle
1 ?"' ng? vu Mar? re II In i ? ac? with
Poet, millionaire m ?
re? of Bi lie Creek. Mich., ps
n bound f? 1er Minn., lor
an .immediate surgi? a <?!??-1- l Ion. n ?
.mpani? d b< Mi P? I ? ? I i
Mr, I'm i arri? ed al tinter home
- ante tai hara a month ago b
In health. His < ondition i l< idllj gi ? ?
day attcn ling |
ni? hope la) In an Imm? dit i
ration I ?oubt was expressed,
i hi i h? ' M'.i'i si 11 iv '? the trip io
' .? ' l
WILSON TO READ
I)ecidcs Step Necessary In
View of Opposition to
Repeal of Free Tolls.
? - Pi ? 1
i VTai hlngton, March 2 The Pr<
will r. .ut s special message to Cong
urging the r peal ??f the free lolls pro?
vision of the Panama Canal acl next
Thursday. Alarmed b the erloui op?
rogramme lo i
. canal act ? s**mpl
?. " : ? ? ? ? . ' using
, the Panama i n th? pa; men?
? ?ft.'.- i ? ? der .k d l hat
? ? ' lai
Thl "'. s hlch confirma
i th? prediction? In these i
thai i'i ? Id? i*1 \v -
??" -1 ire ?>n ihe
ji i*t. came from the Whit< House to
. ? The !'? ? ild? '" adi I ? urged
??? ..in line i he administrai loi po
quest "ii d? fln
of th? ' ? ? oppo m ?
1 ,-? na ? ? ' ? ;?.? man ind Rei ? ???
! i 'nderwood.
R : tentative Adamaon, chairman of
'ihr- Interstate an'! Foreign Commerce
? ? -vifh the
.-? fternoon and po i
? ?fit the danger "f ?tr ng opponition In
t n..'i ? The Qeorgin representative
ha? sir? ad] pn ? tcntatlv? mea -
, ? ? I the exempt ion proi laion
gal act, and Is coi ?'??? nl thai
t'-e r programme w III be i ar?
? .m?, ri???.' thai the ? 'hi?r Executive
i prepan r' to ai turne the 1 I re? pon
One ??' th? prompting th?
' ?; ? id? m i.i'if i ?Ongri m is the
that h? la In? onsistent In
pudiating Hi? planl In the Baltlm ro
! i,it?, rm wl ' '?-.?'???' "???
? rni lion fr??in lolll
\iiv? ?? i A In cos?twl a
_? through a Panama
i 'anal irged thai I
i-.-, iident ahow clear I hat be is -
I ? : i d sting ; ? . ? ?
(of | s Internal
VENGEANCE, THE CRY
OF BENTON'S SISTER
Can Eafland Still Be Depended
Upon for Protection and
Redress. She Asks
i . ? ii.'ii, Mat? h I. The Timee" this
morning publiai tar fl ora a Mr-, i
i::..:(| ?. ?? ? ,?! ?VI lam g. Bei
... hi- h il ? '?'"! Ins that ? foi ungir
, .. .i m fruit] - ': !'"'--' i
I <*een ihe United Btatei and Oreal
Britain and thai Ihe murderer ??f her
brother i*4 no nearer to Identification
"Are ? th? neg it going to t?e
dragged oui until publie feeling has ;
, :, ,i. and - the murd?r to pasa
,, i . i gi ?i ? < '.in English men ., 11
?vom? ii i io ongei ad u n ti f
. ..um r for pi.lio? and r? an ? "
.i -i-.-- Mi - Held
ALL 'EAST COAST" POINTS REACHED I
BY "N, Y. <t FLORIDA SPECIAL."
Ati.ii,il? ' '" ?t ' ?" ? ? i ? ?" other I
,.i : ? .1 ?.". . un B*way. I
CAR OVER STREET
AS TRAIN TEARS ON
Crowded Passenger Coach
Held Only by Coupling
High Above Ground.
THIRD RAIL RIPPED UP;
FLYING PIECES HURT 3
Hundreds Imperilled by Long III?
and 17. R. Accident1 in Atlantic
ta a Loni [alai d Ral ?????? electric
train from Platbuih a? ? "m? to Jamaica,
?? ith about 1.200 pa ?< n vin -
j-nlng ii treat ip?ed aloflg ihr de* tted
track h -tlantlc avenue In the rusta
i. iir la?l evei Ing, the fors ard ? nd ol
i r,>:-t i, ear lefi i he rail? near Hen
? ' i\ -???--? Bas) Mes ITork and the
' ;ir c ' ng ?'.* ? ? i ' '
To the horroi of about I ro hundred
? the cai. moil ol a horn were
? '.rnriuii"!a on theii ? ? home from
im ijni is, nnd ma"? of then
horn expected each momenl lo b?i
? ?? rj to d? ath m the ?tr< ? i -5 or M
? ? ? below the tra In iped on for more
? ? i half ?' mil" ?? ? gltng
I ..\, i ? hi ? dge of the Ira ng up
1 thi third rail and sending It, ? Ith It?
M OOd? ri ?hi? Id, I - ' gfl ' '? a r
i amid '??!rlfytng ? l?clrie fli?
Headed b ? mdu? toi
VI hai; ' hi ii i??< ng? i In panic i in
i -' reamini lo ? motorman - I i
hammering on hi? door to -? ' him i"
?top T i' pIoi man, O. t' i lonal ? n
! who h id lu il begun to i il htl
[train wa ? pull? d u]
I lust ' reached i
Atkin ? ? ? ? nue
Car Hangs by It? Coupling
Th* car x? mi ?* by its i
and tlM coupling held Had It broken
un'kr ?h" ??train, thi fpun I, fifth and
hlxth cam must have plunged Into the
atreet, rhe m? n paa n ng? "a quli kl>
>ii,?i oui into ' he roadwa*,
Several persona were hurt by (lying
pieces "f ih" third rail and man? had
.. ,n;,. kable es? ip< i. Moi e tl n I
tons of the rsll were torn Into hits and
scatter! d o? i r i diatan? i of ten blocks,
hing plat? glaaa a indowa In it i
tearing down Edison aupply wires ami
putt 'it: oui elactrlc lights
tmong thi i" i ons hurt, Ihi moat
aeriousl? ii lured wa? William Burnett.
?.. . . old, "f No. 301 Warn Ick
I. \. ho ?? ? ng '"i At lant Ic
:,..., .? ? ? ?? ai m l by ? pie? e of Ihe
ii' waa hm? intirnall? and
? ght dli Dr Thomaa r: Pltagerald
,.,i . .<. ..r Qukrt, of No. '_".'.i' \ ?
? ? . nue, had hi? left 'rif brok? ?
nnd was carried to his lmm?, the s
? ,,-,, of xx m- n were ?mail ??! Will
x ounghami her, of Ease? itreel
? ?tore and had his I?*-?* injured
l >v. and Mrs, Ham ?N,?' erburg, of
So. 788 Quincy itreet, driving home?
ward In thru- automobile, had a :
row ?"" ai"- when a pleca of th? rail]
?-? i nek i h? ir machin??. A
? onglng lo ' " to Mueh Ibaner, ?
lirothari ?*? i o ?hs knocked <i..-?i ?
i..ulix hur?. Herbert Daniels, the
drixer. and Charlea I " -' ? - a.?
rera I iron n out and Injured.
Th? track wai blocked for about
isan di of
muter?- w?tre inconx'enienced. When
the) reached Plat bush avenue by suh
wa* trains they found the Long island
Railroad K*?r.-< ill locked and an oftl
.1 | with a_negaphone saying tha? the
ont* waj to K' ' horn? ?xa?. ?'? -?,. to
Time? Square on thi lubwaj and than
? h? a train from the Pennsylvania
Weight Prevented Disaster.
The tram which met with the acci?
dent 1-ft Platbuih avenue at .">'__
o'clock, ti was about B M) o'clock
?.?. h- n ti"- forward truck of th?- fourth
I "TitliiiiVH <>n 4.?. .?.ut paaSk ?"'?'nil I oluntn
?CITY FREED BY THAW
FROM SNOW FETTERS
I _ _
| Milk and Food Famine Perils Fade Under Sun's
Kays? I raffie Back to Schedule as
16,000 Clean Slushy Streets.
|GARBAGE IS ONI A" MENACE LEFT
?Fire Alarm Signala Repaired?Trains Roll Into City and
Ships Make Port with Stirring 'Fairs of
Rough Weather at Sea.
Slush filled streets, due to the rapidly melting snow blanket that
i the city is throwing off. and huge icicles dripping from roofs are all
thai remain to-day as reminders that the "worst blizzard since '88"
has done it? worst and passed into historv.
Trafiic in the citv and on all railroads has been resumed and all
trains are running, albeit somewhat behind schedule.
All prospecta o? a mill?: or food famine have vanished, and the re?
pair of fire alarm systems yesterday removed the tire danger.
There remains only the danger of disease from the tons of
garbage piled in the streets of the Kast Side.
Trains that were stalled in drifts in New Jersey worked through
yesterday, delivering their marooned and hungry passengers, more
frightened than hurt.
WEATHER TO CONTINUE AID.
Weather predictions are favorable, and point to a continued
thaw that will soon clear the streets.
Although still somewhat cut off from the rest of the country by
the damage to telegraph systems, communication was opened to
many points bv roundabout means.
Ocean steamships that were overdue at rived safely, having
passed through the worst weather in years on the Atlantic.
i Even the unemployed took a more cheerful attitude and. spurred
: b) the pleasant weather, consented to shovel snow, until sixteen
thousand were at work last night.
The snow bef?te "Ross" Murphy's house was shovelled off to
the grit by city employes the first thing yesterday: his neighbors on
both sides and the rest of the city will get similar treatment when it
comes their turn.
SUN. AS STREET CLEANER.
WORKS WONDERS IN CITY
Ti\o brlghl aun waa ?iv?-n n i
thanka '?* Street "g " 'o
s'nnir !?"? I i i -1. .11 ?,?. h?-?n II v.il'iti
for enoar remoi al eai
v. ork? ?i 'i union day, making g
run <!.-'?' to th? i aa? in
I ? ity about a of ??" m
'? Im gan to deci ?
. round fHow? d up i id burn
i milea of main I - thai
With 16,000 m ? tig and
carta dumping anoa 11 om ?: ? ?
bridgea, the t ?? partm? tit of 8
? . rding :" !"? '1 * '
I ha? ? the city i leai i
good ? ' ? ' ither,
| (he - ch a big
another bliazard i an hold t
There is ?till plent * of a orii r"i
nemploj ?id a I 20 cent? an
? hougl ...
1 church vlaltlng and I W. W. oi itoi
Snow to Get Water Cur?.
if the w< ather holda abo? ? freea
.>.iiMMi gallon? "' water given
rd "i" ?Vat? ?ill
turned looa? i ona I
! .in effort to fluah th? ray. '1
? this plan Hi ? i" th?
j prop? ? ? ? ? ? - ? the 1
. ?? ?
? 'ommlaeioner Fei bei ?ton a o\
mlati?? leal nlghl aa fr? ??? ganga pi
pored i?? work I
i. ? |
? ? ondil ion.
? , ? ? ? and ? g ecrap
we are trying
?his aoft anoa '??
.-un and th? ? re will turn
* -? ? the ai * be pi
' 'm. Brookl? n are
ng and tro runnini
Snoa la be n? I down a? ? ? ?
and the plai *.' g good i
to prevent click
and other ma g t
pipe? ? a.
Bid? it ill over t he clt? at??-? s\ ||
piled high with the a led anoa
?if th; ? ? rn ind ? ,?i not in
.1 t h. h. .. ?. ?
u ? ? n? d.
Fire System !?> Working.
The Fire Department reported that
praetl? all) all of the fli ilarm ?-?-?? on
wires which had been brought : i ?
the .st'irm had been repaired and were
again m operation. Th?* dang'r which
ronfrontad the citj on Monday, with m
many of the Hre alarm ? ten
down, ? 'i.
The Haw York Telephone Coi
has improved tii? condition of Monda
whan many ?if tiu- auliurban win
oui of iMrvlca Condition! In Matinal
?" good, ofl ; ?iii'i elm? -t
not m.i .h ilia "ill? r boi
ir.i'.h!?' la BtlU hi lag ? *??? * .? B ? ?I v ,th
long .ii^'ai'?.' wlrea A great mam
tel? grapl.? u ?i"*.*? n. bul tin;, ,,....
[dltlon la r ipldlj b? has adju iti d
I The Weatern Union and the I
Ti - graph ?'"ni! ii i ?ran p , ?"
..) t/eaterdaj aa being In much bett?
? ondltlon I han Monday. The ? "
ih" eomi anli all thi
i... opei ting i ormall? in ? sh?I i:'. i
Si arl? i \? ?> thoussi d poli I ? bi ?
( i''"\xn .i"\? h or broken bj th. xxin
! and IhC XX 1res COX Cling I dlsl
hundred ?n lea ha? ? b i
?napped and destr? red
The xx estei n Union Unas In Hi ?? taw
ooi have been put completely out o
, and there Is no communiuiUoi
x\ i'ii Philadelphia except through h<
.;?... of 1 ? wires of the Ami ri? an Ti 11
The wires of lb
ompan? are !?? mg used for com.
? ? on with xx
i ?? m r. im . - . ss far an
? 8? ranton i? almost entirely out
; graphic n a< h of Ni w ?orl. and I k
? ?. ..ik ??? ntral Rail
. road aa fai ? A be <<? ara In a h id t
Communication between Now y-if?*
and ' in. ago gh r;i" xvestern
II been estai lied fter rauch
The route Ii v?ery circuitous
?from New fork! I falo, but waat of
? e egular routs Is in w r-.-i-e.
Heavy Damage to Wires.
? 'omparing thi pn enl dama i? m i i
i ? . : - ? .i of 1 ? ' ?
'.mi? < 'arlton, \ I? e-pr? ? ? the
' rn rnion, ?aid thai
I at d? al of diffen ace in I
? bul riia' ? ?n I ' i'i< r
,. ,r had nol thi opporl ita I M ? ?
the I present storn :
? ompliih? d.
Nine und? rgi ound I ?
? ?? '. ai i \' '
le circuit that ha? si
. . . , f the oil
? e thi i tonn.
Since iram- began to arriva regular!
tlea of I food or milk fam
i haxra ?Hmi
the fact thai milk
u.-.in- wars delayed than ? no ag?
preol - Ta?da. ?rains
11 ri \*** with thouaaadl or* erj'lnns
that hax* piled OP linee th*- Ftorm.
11 11 -, i ?? t.. houses, ? i arare
? dar curtailed by 'n* heavy sa
are expected to bi batter to d
Butter and Egg Shortage.
The onij r**.*i icarett* of f.,^-1 <,? in
itter ?rid egg market, arhare than
? - due to the ' u k ..f ri?p.
Potai er sagstsMas h*\ ?
_."? y< v cant, tli? ?torrn being
? as rp. reason aitiin'i?rh It In xx-ell
UiW'xn thai than Is a large surplus in
tlie i itx. InabUlty to makS regular de?
lix'-ri'- wag M izr-d on a? a reason to
? the pries ?>f thai dettvure?.
TI ? It-hour delay in m??at shipmen's
? ? affected tha price tr? any extant
Large hlpmenti are axpaetad to*da*
Tin- railroad lituatloa in ganara! i?
back agaii to almost mu-mal.
More Ulan a thousand hank darks
x? ho xv!' I" ]?' la UM 'itx- on Monday
night to Inaura their ?i'-ttmj-, ta bual
returned to tbalr hosaas last night.
''im--- la XX ill strict resumed ac