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DHMf, OVKIIATtOX OX .rf.V .tlllMJIM; p (SOllllOX HKTT1CH. W ,91c llnil Itml Tr(-Jli I'lllrd Jtrfnre, and Yet- R " tfrilnj Up llnil I'ntiHinlil Teeth Am burnt I In inn l'ront t Ills Lower lnvrOIJectcil I! to Surcerr nt first, but (lot Iftril to It. I The proudest doe in New York l thn (lordon I tetter lien, who linn a wide circle ot ftlonJs Id the neighborhood of 3'lelit v-olchth street mid v 'j'olumhim avenue. The reason for Ilex's pride l'l npjmrcnt to any one who looks Into hie mouth, for he hai four cold tooth nnd two sold , fS In his fiont loner jaw and several natural teeth tilled with Bold. Hex Is a beautiful crea ture with nn exceedingly friendly disposition. ' ' 'J'hrce onrs nso, when he wns scarcely more i Jllihsn' DUD. IiIb msstor. whole a dentist, no- 1 tlced that soma of his teoth wero docaylnc- The enamel on sovoral in the lower Jaw was l ' almost worn nway In spots, nnd thoro wa a cavity In one tooth. The dentist decided that I the only way the toeth could bo saved was by 1 ifllllnir thorn. Tho fact that Hex was an exoced- Ssl ' Incly obedlont as woll as nn exooedliiely know ;j Ins doa led to tho hopo that tho task could bo neoomtillshod without trout difficulty Still M the joblwai a tlokllsh ono, and considerable y tlma was spent In the preliminary arrange- B tnonU. jl It was not (e&slhle to put n rubber dam In 9 Rex's mouth, so the dentist hit upon tho Idea H .ot ','uslne a towel Instead. Ho epent many 1 hours training tho doir to tit up In a olialr with H b towel between hit Jaws and tied around tho it btok'of'hls head. Ilex kiokod at first, but rgk what dos wouldn't? After a while, however. f lie would Jump Into the chair at n word from if ' . ' hit master and sit up for a halt hour at a time L ' With tho towel botweon his Jaws. Durlnu gj thessptrlods there was always a half-sorrow- K .fhl,'4ilf-W0Dderlntt look In his eyes. m Tho easloat tooth was begun on first, When jf the dentist began to cut the enamel away 3 around the cavity Hex Hfjtilrmod. but a fow a vvordsof ndeotloiiate caution made lilm nulot 1! amln.atid the operation went on without a J! hitch. When the tooth was nil prepared the J dentist filled It with cold and Ilex was released gl from hit trying position, Tho operation was tj repeated ot Intervals until six ot tho doir's i teeth were filled. Tho buzz nnd whirr of tho H drill, which few Immnn beings osn onduro a without a shudder, llox took In stoical silence 9 lje jumped occasionally when the drill struck a n tender 6 poll otherwise he was nn Ideal pa- m tlont. He eoemed to know that tho operntlon 5j was necessary to save his toeth. When It was M all over he barked Joyously and frisked about H$ with the abandon ot a two-year-old oolt In n eB twenty-nore lot. At a word from his mastei 1 met Trial . . he would open his mouth and show tho gold I ll " f "'rtlllnc In his teotn. K sH About n month nco the dentist noticed that . '?! fffl! T'Toiir of Hex's lower front toeth wore loose. SIM 85 .. , Whilo he wan trying them with ills llnirors one i ' S"j8 3mi V '' them camo out. The dug's master know rSJwi bnt the rest of tho loose toeth would not lust ' ill ! loug, so he determined on a socond and much 'i MEJEHf S more difllcult dontal operutlun In the don't ,' i mMfai mouth. Uiddlne Hex to jural) Into thn chair 1 JS-fflfft '"' went to the cabinet auU got nut a pull of '' jU4nWui .,, "i',epi. Tho doir watched lilm narrowly, vtuii- j5ill " derlnir. no duiibt. what new cune his niasiei ; ijSfBwJl tt'- Wsscolnix to nltiv on him. Ho ,v.is moBninr t.. (. jJjSMia '' voles t1-' I'1" foars. He just sat up with II 'seAE 3 '"' ''is silkv oars thrown back and awaited tho ! iW'ft" i Incvltnblo nltliout a murmur.' The demist J m?1wS.''I ajiproai'heil with thefoicepsln his right hand. 1 sltrasi J "Oiiflii your mouth. Hex," he Hald gently. 1! wis Tfl ''10 ,'0,r ,"ed Instantly, nnd the next mo- ' :WSii'! ment tho dutitlst .ilioued him one of Ills front .: iffiEs teeth held tightly In thu prongs of tho forel. SSS i '-Ibo IiIchI guslie 1 from 'lie wound mad U l ggn a,: th'? KXtravtlnnof the tooth, but Hot did nut jj Bjt?' ! fttir until thu How hud boon stanched. Then ! 3&Lii I be got ilown nnd hognn to frNk about :i ; Mt' Sti f '-'though nothing hiiilthnptiened The othor tw ' tI? S -loose teeth wcte pulled uti Mii'cecdlng dais V ISI.i.WB Tho Inst one had long mots and Ilex could init ISsFtSsJaS "restrain a howl of caln Ncioithelesa. Iu boie lil3iitB "'' oporntlon with great coinage. li Sl ft, '' When his jaw healed tho dentin set about fj 3ift KJ filling in tlio incont places with artillcial toeth iffiftsf V.I ' of pold. lie could not put the teeth on a nljte ! 9i , because Hex. intelligent as he Is. tould not t i mAk i " nxiwctd to hold such a contrivance In his v ShS K ' i tout li. llanifL'stlv tho only hing to do wns g SrS'lEi ?5i.',a.v -anchor th store teeth In the dog's mouth H f Jvl'Sll F53 'ti ft!lR ordered to the chair again, and o:iu 5 wiS1!?! ' """ "" hateful towel was nut between Ids 1 ffllB-'Pl S xw" nnf' ,iei1 behind his head. Then thn J flRlM B JJ. taster began- to grind away wltli the nerve- ' t&lHra' 1 9strolng drill nt llie'tectli jn elthei side of j rail: tC I f Ine i.iiyint snaeu In the setter's mouth These i hS.H !' ft S'eftth were to lie used as nnuhors for the Tour ii ffi)' & ? fiilso teeth. The had ti be lllecl until tbuy E' S Wcnrjtialtfbt up and down, so .hat when tho h M S $ 5 gMifcaps wero fitted or them no ordinary 5 ul (f I') mistimi would loosen them. W hen the anchor : tslspll 54eth. were uropaiod un Impressioi, of them .1 SJliStfei f was taken with wax. and tho gold ciips wero f' SBJIffl m made In the rough Home little dllllculty was 1 VH ?'f pxpeilonpcd in getting a perfect impression t mU 5f nf "'8 spaces to bo tilled with thu JiiIbd teeth. ' i $& i frV.Jmt the woi k as llnally ni-complishcd and P, $ift . four Kohl leoth were fashioned anil soldered 1 SlllB1,i-' tothecnp". Yesterday aftornoon Hex got Into l 'J'' h '' " chair foi the last t'me. Tlie towel was ' i mn S i .rfi lilaccd Is'tween his jaws nnd a friend held bis i W 2r SB bend whhe thedeutlstlltted In tliestoieteetli r SB Ht '' "''li" hollow eap wero tilled with soft foment V (Jala U" v ""' Pressed down oel tho nuehora Tho 81 tSftB'Bt it" ,ruBW teoth were then held In position hv ihe Jl ijHi J ft'; I dentist until tho reinent had set Thecper.i- ' t, mi i"! ', ,,on ,N'"1 ledlous and not a li'tle painful, but "I Mfi i KJ .-Jlix bore it with his usual fortitude. I i Ant rB ' t i When the cement hud t-et tlie dentist put ! fl Pi m . "np IlnUhlng touches on the job and Hex's ' "I SSi It it trials wero oier for the time nt least. ' il 1 X ' I ' ' Thon Hex held an lnfoim.il reception Jinny JWS, S ' 1 .1 pf,hui friends called and congratulated him on a8Sa H " , ttje Improved appeaiance of his mouth. The HiMS'K ' a actual cost ot his atom teetli was about JitO.not 8 j I B3 ' ' ''counting the l.ioor of his master. Hex has n ! (ill 'v. fine pedigree and eeienl or his brotliersand Ira S Et- ' 'i 'sistors liue lakPii prizes at dog sliows His ! Sfi'SS ' ' , number Is 41. H.'." In the .nericnu Konnol t lub 1 fS f 8l . ntld ho Is ente-.ed In tho Westminster Kennel I BmSJ WS t'i Club's dog show which begins In Madison iJBflH jj l' ' rBj,uare flnrdcn to-murinu Ills ownet Is T. aBiffjEj '"'. Vnu Nostrnnd If prices wmc olTered foi ' wl'IlK . clearness without reteienio to am other I u B!l'iwB' ""t'iinallty. .ill lic s friends ,nc nue be would fi SSi IS i 'ea(' "IB "st i'.cTV moinlug lit 1) o -lock he ' SlWii "ran be seen trotting up (oliiinl. ii aieime wltli i ' 'S 1 fflS . a '"iimns bag in his mouth He goes to a res. f .JKP SJtJ! t1 'tnurnut between I'.lglity-iiliith nml Mnetleth Uitrfitli 'Streets, wlierca wuitei nuts ills breakfast In the 8 mi t M u-.n1""-'- Then Hex returns with th? bug In his MpJSl ffi,' Jfymouth textile Imsement of the uniiitineiit liouso SffiTS'l s'ct.ln.whlcli Ills mastei Hies nml dslhers the bug zK'iBl ' ii Hb 'the janltoi. nhn onen ii .mil si tends tlie I Xrt&trs" ' 'Ht foi Ho (nice or twice wheu the iniiltoi ' 'i Wsria sa.V"- "r't " hand Ile opened tlie b.ig"linnelf S lE'ii Sfl ?.li anirdcvoured tlie contents He was n-pimed 1 H'4gK iii 'fof hie bud manners and bus never iipened the I I Wm m 1 rf 5 ngln no matter lion long he, Imd to wait : J tHsi 7il fii! hTs Iiroakfust lle i also freuncnMi used I M ftitp'i v-a"lni,sciigurcnrryltig in.tes and ii.icUuges iil 'lfst i; T'jt'lJ !- h.ii.onx si.r i run:- ii! tin$! Jlevjitteln "The 1'i.rkc" Ve.lcr.lnj Viouaes 4a i 4ttfl I. ' tlie Mlili-Inn nt tlie riillci-. fi;S ffinS I'atriek OulTv's Haines law hotel, known as gfffl .4"The J'arko." at H'ttMxtii iivcuiie. was binned I iWiii yesteiduv'bv a lire Unit ntutted In the huso- JllSjl '''ftient. The building, a four-story brick. Is i HillH "ownedby .lohu!S,atter of t" West rifty-lltth l Wkm street. The basement nnd llr&t tliiee Hours lif 'e'were tsidlv dainnged, the loss Amounting to I JBHvlP ",8,0(X. lloth llullv nnd Mailer aiei'iillc piij. j j jBSfe'1 ' 'feoted by inurnnce I $ li 3?I ' T'' "rt1 lool;"'' wuspi-lou- to tlie not. co of I i EK. ' -'the Knst 1 iftv list tieUt station und they I ffijlw '' started an Imostlgatlon Thev leained tli.it ,j MfsjS ' ''i'jlftltlv had .inothei' s.iloon nt I'i'ty. ninth stit ' !Sil ' -iTpil,SItli avenue and tint lie had issumed ii Sa'l charge of "The r.irl;i'''onlyiwodas ago "The flVffrlSSS r jrtp ITke" was nnineil after tlie funnel owner. S-'iBVSfeV ' We.'Charles II I'nrki. mid thuie Is suul to Ipo il. aVIHSfrx ' e-'JeHnix betiveen I'uike and IJiilTy W'skF' t i'"1' '"Oiiisn i:rl'liler. I'.U vents old, of 7-1 ' c'Wti K: i ' West roitv-euhlli street, is ,in invulii! and Is 8 Q'''le!Kt "' stifeiistomed m Ml at one of her front loom SwfJ'RC " window- Tills window la directly opposite Wf 1 'thuside enti ni'-e of "I'lio I'aike Slie told tlie ? WllElr k detective-that she vra- ut the window vestei- I s Hi ' ' ',,,y n us'i.u and noticed n man at tlie side f 3 M'K M ' ". ' erttrance lo the aWon I'lnallv the stranger I tStfj'a it ' ' w,,,lt '"'" "u b.i-eiiionl 111 iiIh.iii ten inlu- 5 Qr'lr v ItS y, ' dies lie letnrned In the sbhiwulk. .Hid, waiting If Miflrlj iro until Hinoko began to poin from the biisemont, I SraHfl' tStl Alt' l'e ",,n lllrieil and ran townul sjvlh avenue t V8B?!( Rt i . "ft I-rfnlder llionght thn iiiau w.h paitlally ' SHJSua '' tinder tlm iiilliienco uf ll.iuur i iirli- ktr, , ,"I vtoiild know him If I saw him ngnln," she i ' IS f i't deelnted He li.nl a led beard, a red mils- ' 'li Hi m tnche. w.is alout ,"i feet li indies tall and woie ; vi SP'sSI . dark clothes and a black ilerby bat " ! 8 E&tjlal' i W Itoundsman hlnnott of the I'ast riftv-flrsl v ll m;I1 :f( "street station niri'stml a man whom he found ! IB'IIpA a'Sn I ' loitering ntsiut the place, bin Jlrs. Drfelder IKjKVV'fi '. '''' n ", l"l "' llln" s,l hl,d seen. Ho li SC' r ; ' " "ot 'ot''vei' "I' i lawful c j d:r ' leilrlllk Itril TllkPk l'nliiin, I WjjH ; M ' I'redi lick llnil. Ill v cars old of ;iMTompktns I Wrff $' i f'?v(,n"p lr,"k 'arbollcacid liisl night while on a I Skb' S?l ,?7' t.tislt to the hniiui of his mother-in-law, JIis. I 9Kitii,lK Katherino Idilici. at ,i:t J.ilon stict, V. Iti Sal5ri llaiiisburg His wile Iclt him on Tliursdni, W fst ri giving li- her excuse tlin be would not woik E J 'HI 'IJ i lornlivitiL'. Ilo is nut expected to leeiivei. I' n ! ills' ' ' "f li'lero.1 In I'ltirrnp-ois nml Tenrhers. mf wk. '.'"' Whsluthsi ilni tin eniiiiiiuiiii, p. Milieu .111 Mb ucM ' ini'i't suitress ioiumIi in ml miiii k, iinniy liuiiut -ffl.VSflS , Hlii'liu iisim-iI nrriaili'i 'fliiisis : HI III All tfcli.'.' l jnii , .,iiM,l,r UiUfoiii i, mi, i, i,l nun osn irr - B6; ftw 1 faulotirrvtmn mint i nrti m im trutli n man . ' l ITO - iih"';''"!. '", '!" J'rl''il hi.itste muujiiut lo f fflwt Bim " ri ntirni it. Adv, nonr AOAtsfar'POLMca iittM, (laniblert Allegeit 'Pnnil- Stack Men't Ilamt-SIntby, Hess nhd Orndy Meet. It mi declared yeitet$nr"by well-informed Homiblleans that toOn.(KX) had been raised by tho gamblers or Now -ydrk elly to defeat tho police bills now up for dltpusslon at Albany. A Democratic Senator who It familiar with what Is going on said:' "I do not see how the police bills can bo passed nt Albany for the reason that tht two Hepubllcan Tolleo Commissioners, Mr. Hess and Mr. Aboil, have- their friends nt Albany " Mr Hsss nnd Mr Abell wero nppolnled as the two llepiibllcnii Commlsalcnerfl'.by Mayor Vnn Wyck not on tho reoomniondntlon of Pres ident Uulgg of the Now York Jlepuhllcnn County Committee or Chairman Waller I). At terbury of the Drooklvn Jtopubllcnn organiza tion Tlioy were npiKilnted on the recotn mendatlnn of tho lion lilward Lautorbnch. ox-1'resldent of the Now York Countv Com mlttoe after eonsiiltntlon with thu Hon. Louis F. I'ayn. npK)lntPil bv Gov. tllock to be Htate Hiiperlntomtent of Insitinnce. Mr I.nuter baeh and Mr I'.iyn viere heart and soul for tho renomlnntion or Mr. Illack for tlovernpr. nrnl .Mi. Hess and Mr Aboil were appointed to the I'ollcc Hoard long enough beforo tlio Hepubll can Htate Convention at haratoga to exert somo influence on the predilections of the delegstes to that convention, which nomi nated Col Hoosovelt Tho nominitlon and election of Senator .N'alhnniel A. hinders of thn ritttenth New York district wero the result of Mr. hauterhneh's labors, ond tho snrae may bo said of Henator Henry H Ambler of the Twenty fourth district, farmer, homo Chat ham (hoinu of lleaeon I'ayn1 Thcso mntters wore discussed yester day aftornoon at tlie Hotel Metropole. 'ihe Hon Oeorgo It Mnlbv. Hepiibllcnn Btnto benn tor for tlie Thirty-second district, was thoro. and so wero l'ollce t'ommbslonei .laoob lless nnd the Hon Thomns rrancls Qriuly. Tam many Henator for tho Fourteenth New lorlt district nnd Democratic' loader of the minority at Albany. . ,, , , . Heports of Miiiport of the police bills from Democratic sources. It was said yestorday. should not be wholly relied noon, and vet Hen ntor Mnlbv and Senntor Coggesliall told their friends that If a Hepiibllcnn caucus was oalpd to precipitate the passage of the is-llce bills thev would abide by the decision of the caueus. It was theiefore tho opinion thnt Klsbcrgnnd Ambler and possibly Henator John I'ordpf thu Nineteenth New York district, all Hepub llcans. nre rolled iiikui In certain quarters to becomo tho real obstructloiilst-i lo the lolleo bills - , , Several .vears ago Ueaeon Coggesliall. luvvyer nnd farniet of Wntervllle. "sat upon n 'nk of lee" nil winter at Albany becnuso of Ills opiio sitlon tu Hmiuhllcnn police inensurcs. and 1 didn't like tlie sent." savs Mr Coggesliall In tbeso'davs Henator Mnlbv would like lo laud ex-Countv ludgo.tohn Kellogg or Ht Lawrence) to be n JiuUe of Iho Court of Claims to suc ceed (leorgeM Heebeof llrooklyii.whoso term oxiuro" o .Inn. I. limn Well, It was snld. If Deacon Jtalbv will be good and If the other deacons In Iho l(pulilhinn Senate ut Albany will be good thoy won't be reuiested to sit upon a eake of leu either this ent oi next, ir they are not good, n Pllr.ard is predicted. iti.ACK -ru.i. kiii.ks rim rrtiKOXs. bup't Collins lias 1'atroims '"' Ditpeutr Only on td Ki-liorei niir'a hay ho. What's the matter 'with the Hon Cornelius Vanbisiuierung Collins or Trov, appointed by llov Illack a few mouths ago lo be Superintend ent of tnte I'rlsonsr was tlie limulrv among Itenublleiins down this way eterdnv. Henu tor 1'latt said be didn't know ( hnlrmnn Odoll from Newlnirg -I1 he didn't know The Hu Prlnteiiileiil of Slate l'llsons Is apnolnted by the (lovernoi, bv and with tlie advice and con sent of tlie Senate, for five veais at $tt.UOO a venr He appoints tlie agent mid wardens, plivsiclans und ehupliilns otthe prisons lu u wav. he Is rather a isnveiful poison. Well, tlie Hon Louis I". I'nyu. State hitneriii luiiden' of Insurance, as bright mid chipper and iiiteinstiug us evei : the; Hon Mirnhnm (.ruber, and (be Hon. William M. K lolcotl dndv leiieut the storv Ibat tlio Hun. l'rank H. Illack. (iovenior of tho Stnte for two renre. succeeding Levi Parsons Morton and piede ccssoi id tlie Hon Theodore Hoosovelt, has no furlhei Interest lu Hie ileiiubhctii politics of 'lie Mate save that which all good ei'izen- and indent luitlsans sliould have Tlint muy be all very well, bill eminent He piiblleuns who havo talked with Superintend ent of State l'llsons Collins of Trov tuld ves terduv that Mr Collins had asstnvd them in so many wonls that any appolutiiientsof war deiis and chaplains nd no fouli. and ro forth, during his administration must have thn ap proval of the lion. Frank H Illack. who liusn't been Governor of the Htate of New York fur nearly sltj days It was pointed out that n change lu the wardenship and ohaplainship of Sing Sing has been due for somi, time, tint Senntor l"att aad Chairman Udell told their friends that they hadn't any inttiience with Ml Collins and. moieorer. didn't expect to biivc. for iho simple rtuisnu that they wouldn't asl, ftiivihlng of Mr. Collins. In other words. Mr ollnis. It is said. Is sticking to an alleged "uiningeiiieiit ' that the patronage of Ills oftlce 4h:ill be dlctiittd and directed by other sources i ban (iOv Hoosevelt. Senator 1'lntt. tlie Iie pulilicau lender of the State, ami Chairman Udell or tlie Hepubllcan Htate Committee The Hon Cornelius Vnnboomeinng ( olllns of Trnj.Mi Hlack'sbiii'orintendent of Prisons, seems to Im Hocking bv himeeir It wni mid "f lilm vesterdnr by a Itepubliciiti irhoiicaid a. Hue -ci moo lu thu moinlng and was In ittlier a t'Cii-iive mood ll in net lli&l inv lot In los 'I Imt mskei tlini aili'iit teur t ns. It a not gni-f that biilrf liieiuoali ll In (hat I am all alone It vT,is tatil yesterday by tliose uciniiiiuted with the facts that superintendent Collins will be allowed to keep up tu the alleged "arrange ment ' for a.l i hat iho present Hepubllcan au thorities of the State care. They will not sug gest names foi waideiis or clmpUlns ot Pris ons to MrlColllii" hut will, so far ns the Hepub llcnu orguulntioii of tlmState li eoncemed. al low ill m to.iomuin whsie he is -"all alone. ". JII.V OKKKKS IV 1IIK uvititr.it I'l.or. Tlie Mlapecls and llle r"l-liilllllllll Who Snvv tlie Klllllie llrlil Im the Coronet. Seven men. alleged In be implicated In I lie murder of Michael Fuliuo fc-rinndo. tlie (lieek wlio was shut and killed on naturdtiy afternoon, wero arraigned before Mugistraln lliuiiu lu tlie .lelTuison Market Court jesterdny morning. Six of the seven are Greeks, and It took much limited conversation between them and Couit Interpreter MuBtaki before their descriptions were entered In tlio chief clerk's record us guaranteed to bo correct The luisonurs me .lohn Zegweses, 25 years old, of I HI Wesi Fif teenth street; John Nicliolson. 'J'.i vonrs old, ot 145 West Sixteenth street: l'etrot Mltiucukis. M," years old, of 145 West Sixteenth street: .Inlinnnes ZonncBrnnno, 25 years old, of 111 West fiixtoonth street: Demetrius Cartnga klnls, 'J'.I cnr old, of 20 lasl Twenty-second street: .rlBtldos Floros. 23 years old. of 111 West Sixteenth Btmet. and Fmllo Do Yarncy. IS years old, of Thirteenth btreet and Foil 1 1 li avenue egweses Is cbargnd with having committed tin' minder MehoNon, Minacakls mid Zoune grunas are accused pf being instigators and n bettors of the crime Cnrtagaklnis nnd Floios, who were unestud Into nit Saturday evening, are held as suspicious persons, the iiolicit hav ing found the murderer hid under a bed in FlorosV room, and Cuttngakinls liuvlug tried to put t Ik.mii oil tho unek by assuring llinni that Zegw'eses was not in the house Do Ynr imy Is detained as a witness. Hit was the only outsider who saw tlie shooting The prisoners seemed uttorly unconcerned when they worn arraigned in com t None ot them said awordthsre beyond answering tint routine iiuestlous of the clerk Capt. l'rtee hrlolly stated the chho against tlie men, milling that, as Ferrando was killed, he supposed tho ease would have to go to the Coroner in tlie usual order Magistrate Drann leiuaniled the prisoners to tho Conmcr without oinment, nnd they wero taken back to the West Thir tieth street polieo. station, to be held there till this morning, as the Coroner's court is not open on Siiudny A representative nf Abraham Levy entered the courtroom twenty minutes ufter tho eases hud been disponed of, and ho seemed surprised when Im beard that the arraignment hud taken plncn and that the prisoners wero gone Mr Levy himself arrived ten minutes later. He was mildly Indignant " I look pains to be hem nt thn time men tioned by Cnpt. 1'rlce.vesterduy," ho said, "as I deslipil to have un examination ut once." Magistrate Hrann said that nothing out of the ordinary had been done, but the iiiwguvo prisoners n right to demand n preliminary ex. nmiiiBtlnn in court lie advised Mr Levy to communicate with Capt i'rice. Mr Levy promised tojdo so, but he did not return tocuuit. i m m titr, Capt De Witt Clinton Iloss dlod In Centre Moriches on Saturday, uged 711 years It is Slid he was a descendant of John Hoes, who csrne tu Ameiicn with the Iltilish army during lite loMilutlonury war. but Inter loft the llrlt Ish service nnd joined tho American forces in lil- later years Capt. Iloss had command of different pleasure yachts. He is survived by a widow and ucvcral adult children. MUI.DM UQNfi S1T A GANG. TTATnttMAX' SKVI.T. tirttT AXl 17 B is nrtxa. Unit Ordered the Men Out nf the Jlrle Freight Vnnlt In llnrlem. Where They Were Cnrnnslng, and One of Them Flung n llnlehet nt Illm Tliree Arrests Made. In attempting to drive ofTngnngof joung men who hao lately been frequontlng tho Hrle freight yards ntl.'k'th street nnd the Harlem Jllvor, Fugoiio Chnmborlln, tho wntchmnn nt the yards, was hit on tho head with a bntchel jcsteidny nttornoon nnd his skull frncttireil. Ho wns taken to tho llnrlem Hospital In n dying condition. In n statement made to tho polieo of tlio Alexander nvouuo station beforo becoming tin oomlng iincnnsoions Chamberlin said thnt a gang of six young men wont Into tho yards early In tho nfternoun nnd hung around the froight house " rushliig tho growlor'" and act ing in a disorderly manner. Throe of thn men tho police arrested later They wero Wllllnm Hlordnn, 2." years old, of flOl West 127th stroot; William .Tones. 20, n clerk, or HH) F.ast l.'lftd street, nnd John .lone, 22, of tho snmo address. Hlordnn has Intely been employed by n produce dealor, nnd has been engaged In boxing froight In tlio ynrds. Chnmborlln had received striot orders to nllownoone In tho yards on Sunday. Vpon discoveilng the men estoulny ho ordered them to got nut. Hlordnn, ho snys. who np peared to Imthc leader, rofusod to go. ns did the other members Ho told them again to get out and wolkod on to attend to his othor duties. Ho returned soon afterward and found the men still nt thn same spot and nil very drunk. Ho slatted to nrguo once more with Hlordnn, when without a warning Cham berlin snvs tlio fellow took a small hand hatchet from undur his coat and threw It at lilm Although tlie two men were tvvonty feet, apart tlie blow was so dexterous that tlie edge or the Instrument lilt Chamberlin squiirolvon the right side nf the head nnd penetrated his skull. The men made their escape. An engineer found Cliumbcrlln n few min utes lntor and enllod tho police. Hit was taken to tlio Harlem Hospital, whore the doctots said Hint ho could not lecover. Detectives Pender and Lnrlght of the. Alex ander avenue station got nilescriptlotl of tlitce, of the gang from t'huiiiherllii.nnd Hionlali and thotwo.loneses vvuieu nested at tlinlr homes at s o'clock Inst night fimu this description. The police expected to nil est the other three members of the gung some time last night .S7AIIIUXU AT a .snviAiti.n Interlopers Cilliae n Tight iukITwii Men Ale Injured Dr. I'eteraou's Adventure. A sociable which vva attended by about thlrtv persons was given on Saturday night by Kdvvord Molir In tho assembly loom back of his snloon. ut Knickerbocker nvomin nnd Madi son street. Williamsburg. Among tho guests wero Joseph Hnuerbruu, aged 28, whose father owns I hn house, nnd John Seretibetz. of 27S Woodbine street Hauorbrun lives over the saloon with Ills wife nnd two children 'I lie entrance to tlie house Is nt 127S Mudisou street. About :t o'clock esterday morning half a dozen young men entered the iisseinbly iooiii uninvited. They were informed bv Molir that their presence wns undesirable and wein leqttpstud to leave. The fellows Halted a tight, and Saiierbtun. Seienbets'. nnd others ejected thorn. Un tho sidewalk a geueial fight ensued, and when It was over Semnbet had n stub wound on tlie back of his left hand and S.iumbru u deep stab wound in bis back oi. the left shin between tho seventh and eighth rlb S.iuei -brim didn't know- lie bad been cut null' half an hour later, when lie became very weak w blit he was talking to friends Ho was can led up to his looms and a messenger was set t after I)r M S Peterson of FJH Hamburg uvei"ic. He didn't respond at either t lie 111 st or second call because the peisnu who liad asked his sei v Ices declined to tell what the uutmuof thu call wns At the thlul call Or. l'etei son detei mined to go. Ha armed liim-elf with a loaded lovdver and went to Sauerljiun's house On entering the vestibule lie lighted n match to look for the door bell Suddenly the hull door was opened nnd two men attacked him. "loii've come back formoie light, haven t you V" said one of tho men liefore the doctor recovered from his aston ishment ho was thrown to the vestibule Uoor and kicked. Ho drew his revolver and shoved tholnt Into the fnco of one of Ids assailant. Then ho threatened to kill the first person who again attacked lilm Dr. Poteison inn Into the street and disohaiged his revolver to attiait the police. No policeman appeared and he hastened to hl9 homo. It was his opinion tbut he had been thu victim or a scheme to rob him On the continiy. tho men who attacked liltu were trlends of Iho injured men. who believed that Dr Peterson wns one of tho gang winch liad attacked flauerbtuii, and that be had re turned for more light An hour ufter Dr. Peterson's eneountei an other doctor wns sent foi Ho dlscoveii'il that tlie wound In Snimrln tin's back had penetrated u lung nnd that the man was likely to die. The police of tlie Hamburg Hvenim station worn notified and Acting Captain (inns with De tectives Miller and Drum and hnl' doen policemen went to hauerbi tin's lioiiso nnd from him obtained tlio storv of tlie afliny. Last evening Andrew Fining. IS years old. of 24(1 Stanhope street, was arrested. Ho was identified by Sauuibrun and others us having participated lu tlie flglii on thestieel. 1. bring admitted this but denim! nil knowledge of the, stabbing, huuorhrim'e condition became so bad last night that Coroner liulap look ids ante-mortem statement. Ttir. ,ioixr ii Kill roMwissiow Td-Uiij'b Meeting Mlt He the l.nat for beverul .Mnlltlia. Yv.vsniM.los, l'eb. ID The nglo-nierii-nti Joint High Commission will meet to-moiiow at 10 o'clock and that meeting may be tlie lust forseveral mouths. The piopositlon has been made thnt the commission suspend Its nego tiations until utter the session ut the Canadian Parliament and then reassemble nt Ottawa lu the Milliliter It Is believed Hint tills proposition will bo can led out. Alanyrate.lt isnowpiac llcully certain Hint the commission will not pioduco a treaty at piesetil Tho Imptesslou pievalls that tho time will be nioie favorable foi reaching nn agreement after tho meeting ot tlie Cnundlaii Parliament '1 lie negotiations nie gieatly jctiuiled by the absence of .1 oil ii W l'ostoi. on tlie American side, and Lord Hotseliell, the Hiltish lepro seutatlvo. Mr. l'ontci haigouit to Florida for bis health and Lord lleiseholl is sulTcriug from n ft actum of the pelvis, sustained by slipping on an icy sidewalk sovnrnl days ago. Lord IIoiscluill had engaged pussugo for Fng lund for next Wediiesdnv , but Im will be iiiiabl to leave lit that time. In fact, he will probably bo confined to his bud for some time ill-. In jury Is a painful one. and in tlie ensnof n poi sqn of advanced yeais tho best surgical and medical cure Is necessary. The Hon. W S. 1'idldliig. Minister of Finance of the Dominion (loveimm-nt. and the Hon. Clifton Slrtoit. Mlnlstci-ortliK Interior, vvlionr rived In Washington Inst night, had a long con ference to-dav una lo-iilglit with Sir Wilfrid Lautlcrand Sir Louis Huvlos of the ( amid Ian Commission IIKFMUt SOT IIKl'USMI. Hut There Were No I'livaleiiins nt Ihe Ilea pltnl lit thn Time. Assemblyman Abraham Do flruvv. President oi the Hoard of Trustees of Williamsburg Hos pital, said Inst night that he. wns grioved nt tho icports of tho case of Frnst llofner, to whom admittance wns refused there on Sulur ilny. although ho was suffering with a broken back, "Wo have thirteen physicians on our stuff." snld Mr Do Graw. "but It chanced that on Sat urday not nun of them was ut the hospital. Motron Mlrrill tried to reach sovitrnl of tho physicians by telephone, Imt was unable to do so " Matron Mlrrill said last night that shoogrood to admit Hefner to tho hospital provided the Eastern District Hospital uuthoiltleR would be responsible in case Hefner died beforo a physi cian arrived. She said tho Fasteni District Hospital ambulance surgeon rofused to leavo Hefner tinder these conditions. A llnrge I'mler Null Oft the Jersey (os.t, A barge with three, sails set nml heading nortli was reported threo miles off shoro from Ilond's Life Saving station below Ilurnegat on the Now Jersey coast ut 4 -ill) o'clock lostnnlay afternoon. Hho seemed to bo light. No tug was in sight ilUTTIXGN AHUVT TOWX. The Itev I limns p. 3b I jiililin of the Church nf Hie TrnnaHgiirailiiu. in Unit atrcet, will ilcllvri to night h U'Cluro entitled "Tin Xlelouiesanil Sonca of Ireland." tlliilet the aiiftpicra ut lilt avier flub, in the College Tluttiv of M tran,'la Xallira Clilirrb, Klileintli alrmt, "rat of Klflli lienile. 1 Jtlier Mc i-miuhlln will amc a number of tongs lu tliecuurae of the licture. svttttfa stttnit Aiwrtt r' aJioir. The Thaw, with Olenr Tentber, TramUet .to Keep tTp To-Dwy. The navigator ol the flying machine blew his electric whistle onco, Indicating that he would pass the other aerial ship to ntnrboard. As ther pasted. In tho brightness of the spring suggestive dav, they naturally nwnpped senti ments on the weather. "It Is plosanl here," snld ono. "nbove (lie altitude of goloshes and robbers." "True," snld the other, "but thore nro very few travelling this way. How cold it must be down there I" the snow and slush." The woarers of goloshos nnd rubbors looked tip enviously Hut tho janltor'n ohlldren. wno live Just n fow flights below the clouds, were not a tdt onvlous Tho snow hnd melted from the roofs nnd dripped fiom the eaves down the collars of folks alow, leaving the lofty play ground dry nnd almost wum. It wns roal'y spring on the roofs, although It wns still win try where the business nnd plonsuroof tho world Is can led on. Hut lu tplto of murky rivulets nt every crossing nnd sloug almost overy surfneo car track nnd gutter, a multitude ennio out to onjov tho day, the glory ot spring nureollng their heads, nnd their foot en meshed in the slush ot winter. The prophets snv It will be fulr nnd warmer to-day. Saturday's fog and rnln had done mora in the way of helping clear oft the snow In tho streets than tlnoe fair and warm darn llku yesterday could do. Still, anything al most was bettor than Jnore snow, nnd Contractor Dunn's smile, which had length ened out several Inches an Snturdny. mnnnged to keep Itself practically where It hnd been. Ho acknowledged, however, thnt ho wae dls nppointed. Ho had advertised that he would take overy mnn nnd team Hint he could get H'stoidnv, and ho expeoted to make a torrillc onslaught on the snow and have thn streets In somo shapa by Monday morning. Hut even Willi the advent of encouraging weather the teams didn't come. The teamsters nnd con tractorf wanted a rost for themselves nnd they nlso snld that their horses deserved a lest. Tlie result was that Mr Dunn got less than 5.0(M) wagons out yesterday Ho imt his forco to work on tho lower sec tion of tho city, attacking the streets below Hl.xty-plxth streel on tho wost side of the eltv and those below Twenty-second street on tho cast side. The object wns to give the truck men a fair shoiv to cany on tho trallle otthe business section, from which some pretty heavy grumbling linscome In the Inst two days. Commissioner McCarlnov liad Ills own force of men busy Kooplng tho gutters open nnd the crossings In shape. It was bard job. nil tho slush wns endless Collections of ashes nnd garbage weio mudo with somo attempt nt regulni It v tor the tlrst time lu n week or more, anil tho ice hud thawed nway enough to let some of tlio overloaded scows get out and dump thelt loiig-uceutuulutcd louds, ICK IIKMS IV IIAltl'S ISIAMK .Second Attempt tit Trnutfrr Itodlea flnni the liovviteil Morgue Fulls. The lighter Columbia, which has been hired bv the Charities Department to tako bodies from the Morgito to Hart's Island, yesterday made u second fruitless attempt tu make a trip She started at 10 o'clock in the morning nud at II .'iO. after lighting haul against flout ing Ice, reached Hiker's Island. From then until M HI in the afternoon was spent lu reach ing the Nnirows bet tveen Whltestnne and Ferry Point This Is the place where tho har bor tide and the Sound tide meet, bringing Ice witli them The oliinibla stuck fast Near her were the tug Volunteer, the baige Portchestei and six towdouts in a like predlcntnent. Thoy re mained there until the lllchatd Peck, which eiiino nloug from New Haven nud was stuck foithtee uuurteis of nn hour, broken wns hack to tho oitv for them. Cant. Sullivan then turned the Columbia around and came back to the Morgue There ate now 170 bodies in tlie Morgue and ll is pietlv nearly tilled up to Its maximum ca paclty Another attempt to take some of the nodliis to the island will bo mudo to-day. iir.tr. .kai.i.'s inn hi t: ure. The Aliasing Army Ofttrrr 1 1 nil lleen liifnlu lllnl Willi Mlaa Mllnii Alioll. H' Frim'Im o. Fell. ID The love of another woman than his wife is the eauso of the dlsap pcuriiiiciv or Lieut John M. Nenllol the Fourth Cavalry, w ho Is $:i,!i(X shoit in his canteen ac counts. The woman Is Miss Vivian Aleott, a blonde, who for sumo months has resided ui :i.'I4 Stockton streel. Miss Aleott, who savs she belongs to n prominent fnmily In ltrookljn, X Y camo to.thls cty last A,ugust. Lieut N'eail wns introduced to bur by Cupl. W. S. Harnes, lutu District Attorney of Son Francisco, and un otllcei in the Sixth Iteglmcnt. recently mus tered nut Nenll spent ngieut deal of money foi jewels und other piesents ror Miss Aleott Miss.Meiiti makes no secret ot her leliltlons with Nenll She wept when speaking of his disappearance, and snld slio would join hltn ni once If she knew his whereabouts Ncall's dis appeaiani'O, vv helbor It tie a cuse or Might oi ir suicide, has icvealed his double lite, and was a shock to ninny or ids friends In tlio ami). He liad been cunsldeiod kind and devoted to his wife and children AMJiltlt:t ASlATIf ASSOt'lATIOX. 'Hie American KrslilciitH nf shanghai nml Hung Kuug Hntc Organized. hK.vni.lv. Wush . Fell. Hi. The Americans in Shanghai and Hung Kotig liuvo just succeeded lu oignnliug what is known ns the American Asiatic Association, conducted along similar lines to tlie China Association that has done sU much tofutther llrltish Interests in Hie Orient. 1 'or two years tho matter Inn been talked of and worked up to somo extent, but It was not until veiv l.-itclv that tlio organbatlon wns directed. Tlie public (list hentd oi tint associa tion at a joint banquet given to Lord Chnilcs lietcsfoid In Sliunghui At lltst the Asiatic Association was only In tended for tlio Americans lu ( liitin Then It was decided lo include Japan. Before the or guniutlon was actually effected, howover.ll wns seen that there icnlly wns an Uneiicun Asia, and then Iho ussoeiution s skirts weie widened to Include all. One ot thn llisl moves oi tho new association will lie to request the (iuvernmotit of tho United States to send u special leprusentutive to look into the Chinese situation The Chinese Government will send two offi cials to Kiiropnaud America In older that thoy may utility commercial questions and Investi gate mutters eoiunictud with tho proposed es tablishment of n Hoard of Commerce Thcso men will set out as soon as the cold vvuatlioi is over ami letum homo by next fall. II is said they hiivit also been Instructed to dovise n ys tem for tlio establishment of a central bank In China. The ofllclnls will travel with a largo letinuoof servants and will bo provided with a bodvguaid. II, K. 'II'VHEIIMAS KILLS UlMSKT.r, lie la Mild to He n Noli nf it Wealthy Krai ilent of I'tlcii. Piui.AiiKiriiu. Fob. 1(1. Wnrren V. Tucker muii of Brooklyn was found dead In bis room nt 1225 liuecstioet to-day. Hn had asphyxiated hlnibOlf with burning gas. He left u lettor to his wife, vaguely blaming her or her mother for "this silence " Mrs Warren L. Tuokerman of 50.1 Lorlmer street, Brooklyn, received word last night that her husband had killed himself Tuck e nn an was nn advertising solicitor, but hud been out of work for two yours Tliree weeks ago he went tu Philadelphia to seek work. On Friday sh received a letter from him saying that at last he hud secured a situation and thut the outlook for them was very bright, as he soon hopd tolhave a home ready In Philadelphia for her and their five small children iesterday wns Tiicknrman's birthday nnd she wrote him a I letter Jeon grntulatlng him on being let year, old nud dis cussing their tutiiio plans. She said last night that she knew no reason why he should kill himself unless it wns that his mind was unbalanced from excessive cigmutto smoking, Physician warned him several months ago that he would lose his mind If he did not stop smoking Tuckormau's lather is said to be one of tlie wealthiest men In Ft lea, Tlie lliiyrnlt tin l.uvvaon'a I'npcra It Iinlnraril Citirxoo, Fob. Hi Tho central body of tlio Chicago Federation of Labor to-dny Indorsed tlio boycott against Victor F Lawson, proprl etoi of tlm Hrmrtl and Xeict and Piesldont of the Associated Piess Tho federation represents more than ltHXlfX men, including representatives from all build ing and Industrial trades. Thoiiuundsof badges bearing tho winds 'Don! read tho A'ne nud Ittciii r' nre worn by labor men Liberal Victory lu New llrlintwlrk, St. Jons, S 11., Fob. lli.-Hntuiilay's pio viiteinl election resulted In a vlctoiy for the Liberal partv Out oflorty-slxmembersolocteil mil three aro Conservatives. Two of them nre from Westmoreland nud one from Kiinhiiry countv. In St. John tlio whole Government ticket was elected. The I'.ninierbon Govern ment it now firmly established. THE COIOKHNEIN HAVANA amkiucAx catk rnorniKTons jib i'Vsk to sr.nrn xitanoKs. Oen. Itrooke Confers with Oen. I.udlnw Admit the Conflicts lletween Negroes nnd AVIiltes Ciihnn Troops Sent to Cap ture Ilnndlts In Mntnnrnt Two Thlnvet, .vp'ffal Calif Dnpnleh It Tnr Ben, Havana. Feb. If). A body of Cuban troops, under command ot Col Garcia Canlznres. has been despntched to Hnn Jos de los Ramos, provinco of Mntnnrns, to enpttire a band of sixty bnndlts who nro reported In bo nt thnt plnco. These brigands nro said to bo old Span ish guerrillas A henpof liumnn hones wns discovered yes terday during the progress of tho excavations nt the Custom House. This building wnsnt one time tho Content of Hun Francisco, nnd It is believed that tho bones nro those of monks. Privates Timothy Hiilltvnn nnd Francis Itellly hnvrt each been sentenced to ono yoar'a impris onment forthoft. Oen. Itrooke nnd Oen Ludlow hnd a confer ence to-ilny concerning tho conflicts between negroes and whites in the rnfos. Tho American enf5 keepers refuse to serve colored visitors, and troublo is bound to occur If omo agreement Is not renehod on tho subject Honor Mora. Ihe Civil Oovernor of nnvnnn, is desirous of satlsfvjng tho colored Cuban offi cers, who nro sufferers from the attitude of the Americans. Col Hlins hns dlscovored that llflonn bundles of American tobacco, ouch weighing 1,500 pounds, have doen smuggled Into Matnnras. Tho duty on this tobacco amounts to S.'I7,500. Jacob Cash, who reprosonts himself ns n traveller making a lour of tho world seeking autographs from prominent people, stnrted n row nt tlie Salon Trochn tblsafternooii because Oen. Itrooke refused to receive lilm. Ho mo lested loudly, nnd It was finally necessary to put hltn nut The celebraled Cuban negro Oenerul, Quln tln Hnnileras, nnlved here to-day from Snntl ago. He says that the Cuban army In Hint prov ince Is being inpldly disbanded, and that thn men nro going to woik. He is enlhusiastlolu hlspralsoor Oen Leonard Wood, the Military Governor of Santiago. rill.ST KXtll.lSU HKKIUOX IXMAXTTAflO. Arehlilaliop Clinpclte Trenched in the Cnthe ilrnl There taterdny. tvtcial Cablt lUivatrh to Tar. Hcv. SisriAiio in: Cum, Fob. 111. Archbishop Chupelle of New Orleans, the Apostolic Dele gate to Culm, preached in the Cathedral hole this morning tho first sermon in English ovor delivered in the city. Tlie sermon wns followed by an address In Spanish. Thcro wns a large congregation, nud tho Archbishop's remarks were listened to attentively. Mgr. Chapelle strongly protested against national disaffec tion, and snld that theio should be brotherly love between nations thn same as between In dividuals, each nation working for tlie good of nil. The Archbishop Is not nt nil satisfied with the nilesthood lien-, lie partlculuily object to their efforts to affect the State Tlie yachts or the Messis. Drcxcl of Phila delphia and Walters of Hiiltlmure arrived here tills morning. IIIK MttrOIITA'.s ESCAI'E. l'naawiigei t of the Dltnbleit lliiiiihtirg-Amcr-lenn I.lner Clvo rliiiuha. Jflia1 CoMt Drif.aUh to TlIF Si's. TorvPON, Feb. 111. The passengers of the Hnmbmg-Ainerlcnn line steamer Prutoria, which put buck to Plymouth on Friday in n dis abled condition, after having started for Now ork. held a tellgious service tills mortiitig to give thanks for their escape from death The passeiigets and tlie cargo of tlie steamer will be transferred, piobnhly to-morrow, to the steamer Poiinsvlviinin. The Pretoria will be repaired at Plymouth. tint IIVSNAIUAS I'lllMK tllXIsTBll. Ilarun ttara F-Jrvury Keroiiiuieiitletl by Huron llnuffy, Wlin Itetlrea. .VWluf CuM' lltlpalrh In Thk Sen Viknnv. Feb. Hi llaiou liunlTy. the retiring Hungarian Prime Miuistet. had nn interview to-day with the Finpetoi-, who afterward gave nn audleiico lo Haton (ioa Fejetvary, who was Minister of National liorenco In the HntilTy Cabinet. It is believed tli.it Union lianfTy lecommendod lilm totlie Lmperor as hi suc cessor as Pi imu Minister I . Ol II lilt ItOllltEltY A T TUnVllUI'.tVKY Waldorf (illeal t.ntea SKO A llegeil Woman Tlilef Arretted. Charles It Van Tioiup of Wilmington, Del., who Is staving nt tlie Wuhloif Vsloria. where he at rived yesterday moinlng. went out to sue lite town last night AUmt midnight he visited thu Chop Siiev, ut 1201 Hroadwav. wlieto e-Mayor Magowan of Tren ton recent h said that lie was robbed Van Trotup met two gills In tho place nud hnd several drinks with them According to his story one of the girls finally ex tracted $SO In money from his waistcoat pocket nnTronip grabbed net and tried to get some assistance No ono volunteered any, and the other girl ran out of the place by the entrance m Sixth nvOnue. Van Trouip held the gill he had solved until the policeman who is icgiilnrly stationed out side the door of the place could enter. At the station house she said slio was Lily Howard of 'Jill West Sixty-thlnl street Van Tromp's money consisted of four twenty dollar bills. When the prisoner was searched three bills of that amount were found on her. Tint proprietor of the Chop Siieyut present is John llatlleld. Ho bought the place, from Simon lluitiier when the latter recently giive It up. ioKi' isi.axip iiDirr.it y. The ttropotttlmi lo Intend II In Meeting with Stlollg Ojtpoaltifin, The project of a number of propoity own ers in Cone) Island to have tlio famous llovveiy of that place extended and declared a public thoroughfare Is likely to be defeated when tho petition gets a final hearing before llorough President Orout on Thursday. The plan Is being met with the strongest opposition by many laige real estate owneis on tlie Island and they nro supported bv a II tlie charitable In stitutions which have summer homes there. To extend tint llowery. it was said yestorday. means an ineieaso of dives and fake shows, nnd It would hurt the good work being done by tlio institutions. At present the thoroughturo runs from Jones's to tho steeplechase walk, and thn proposed ox teiiMlou would bring it up to within 200 feet of Hut Hummer homo of tlie Children's Aid So ciety. That oigunl7ntlou is strongly opposed to tho schomo. nud it asserts that it would endanger the health nnd moiuls of tho chil dren. Since tlio project camo up before Prcsi dent Oiout for its tlrst bearing on Thursday Inst a petition against It tins been put In cir culation and has been signed by a largo num ber of property owners Mvttrrloua PrUoncrs nt ltendqiinrtera. Charles Hloku of 202 Wost Tenth street nnd Chillies O'llrieu of .'IH1 Fast Twenty-first street were arraigned ns suspicious persons in thn Centre Street Pollen Court yestorday morning and remanded to tho custody of Detectives Armstrong and Ilnldy nt Polieo Headquarters. Tlio police urn Investigating u charge against them, but will not say what it Is. Enulliihle's Lightning Calculator Ilrealit a Leg. I) W Goodrich of ISO Ogden avenue. Jei soy t ity. hii expert accountant in the employ of tho Lqultublo Life Assurance Society, who is known ns "tint lightning calculator." fell on the Icy sldownlk in front of hi- homo on Hutur day ami fractured Ills lett leg E Strength of Body I coma from strength of contain Iron In lit moit tu lly aiilmllable (orm. Thty fctd tlie blood, and tht blood feeds the body. They pro. mote appetite, Improve di(eition, do not corutlpaU. Sold by ill drugjtUti. jV Jutr.tER'n noxnimrVT, ntnit I,, i Far Ahead In the Ilace In 'FtUeoA C1inre Thnt Olintn Was Drugged, 8ak FitAxctaco, Fob, 10. Tho sensation to day In tho bis six day bicycle raco wns tho wondorful sprinting of Vrodorlcka, Iho Swiss rider. Ho rode rings nround Mlllor, Aronson and the entire bunch. In twonty-foiir hours ho jumped f i otn eighth plnco to third, un gnvp Aronson the hnrdost kind of n raco for second plneu. Olmm was badly off. Mlllor rode In splendid condition, although, ho says. It has boon tho hardest contest of his life. At tho ond ot tho HOth hour It wns an nounced thnt he wns 17U miles ahead of tho world's record, with four more hours lo add to those flguic. The champion has certainly put up a marvellous performance. A story camo to light to-dny, which, If true, explains tho Hidden change in tho tiding of Olmm, who led in tho nice for three dais, Ills trainer. Leonort, nl leges thnt (llmm hus been drugged, nml appearances for tho past threo dnys go n long way to bear out this charge. Up to the closu of Thursday Olmm wns riding strongly, when suddenly hn wont to pieces and has since been going around like ono In a trnnco. Ho seems dazed ami has noted very strangely for rider who was in such splendid condition. When seen to-dav leonort was emphatic lu his charges. "That man wan drugged for a certainty," hn said. "Ho has shown every symptom ot tt, nml no mutter what 1 liuvo gfvon to him, Ito still rotuatnH In that peculiar sort of stupor." Trainer John West, who la looking after tho feeding of Miller. Olmm and Aronson, believes tho charges made by Ioeu ert. "It would hnvo boon simplo matter for some ono to drop n morphine tablet or something of that sort lu ono of Olmm's feeding oups." said West, especially ns they hnvo allowed so many outsiders to gather around the feeding stands. "Olmin bus pu?7.1od nut for the past throo days. He was lu bettor trim than Aronson at the start and bus been fed upon tho natun things that have boon given to both Miller and Aronson, so I can attribute his sudden do ellno Into this stupor to nothing elsa than that he has been tampered with." Phyidclans examined Olmm to-night nud found him to bo sound physically, nnd they, too, weto unanimous in tho ballet that drugs had been given to him. In xiovr of tho fact that n groat deal of money has been wngored that (llmm would not win. It Is believed someone Interested In tho bet ting administered tho dose to the unfortiinato rider. Tho score nt the 140th hour was as follows: Miller, 2,1H.'I Aronmn, S.ian, Pred .lcki,2.07A; (ilium. '2,04o: Hale. 2,02s. Sawn, 1, .,",; Albert, J.H2.1, tlaraalj)-, 1,778; Pdkltlgtoli, 1.71M; IotwnoQ, 1,tt20; Aaliinger, Mill; Jiiltui, M5U, At the end of thn 1 CM hour tho sooro stood: Miller, 2.1P0; Aronsuii, 2.M1: Freilericka, 2.0MH; Hale, 2.02j (Iriniln, 2.0tlo, Ntnn, 2,oI, Albeit, l,h2J; lUrnab). 1,1 VI. 1'llVlllKton, 1.72H; Ivtvtull, l.tluT; Aalilugton, l.r.tio; Julius, l.r.Ol. The position of tho riders, It is thought, will remain tlie same to tho end of thu contest, 144 hours. out i, mtirnH a M.voir :aut. Hk C'ouiet froui Itotlyn, I,. I., nnd Atte.ids Strictly to Ilutlnett. When .Street Cleaning Commissioner Mo Cartnev tan short of carts In tho recent snow fall, he advertised all through Long Island nnd New Jersey for vehicles which would hold l'i cublu raids ot snow or inoie. promising the farmeis 8'i cents n lod for all snow that they carted to tlie dumps. The result was an In llux of remarkable vehicles, most of them marked with the names of the towns orvil lages from which they came. A number of snow shovellers were at work ou Greenwich nveuus, near Slxlh uventie, yes terday ufternoon. wheu a wagon, marked "Hotlsn. L. I.." and hauled by two eiunclutsd hotees. diove up and fell into line behind two carts which tho shovelleis weie then filling The shovellers and the foreman looked up In astonishment, for the driver of tho wagon was a good-looking girl about IS years of age. She was dressed warmlt.hndon heavy mittens and a knit hood, from under which bun", oui plenty ot yellow hair. The girl uiesented her credentials to tho foreman and demands 1. thai he All her cart as soon as possible and lot her get away, as slio wanted to carry as many louds us she could be foie nightfall. The foreman did as ho was bid and the girl drove away. Slio handled her horses witli admirable skill and drove through Christopher street for tlie ilver. ntter site got her load of snow, at a rate of speed that made a DollcemHii on the corner gasp Thu girl carriod a uumberof loads during the afternoon, and when she drove swnv for the night told the foreman sho hoped she would be assigned to his squad to-day, as his men worked farerth.1iianv1,othorssh(t liad been with. Cor ner loungers hooted and jeorei at the girl and a mi in her or vouug gallants and some old men tried to flirt with her. but she paid no attention to them. She wns an extremely busy young person, nnd tlie foreman told n Run reporter that she had dono more work In tho afternoon than any other driver In the squad. HOI.n-VV IX VITV IlAl.l. VAIIK. TlilcT Throttled n Woman nml snnti bed Her INirlccllitHiU, but Was Cntlglit. James II Manning, who says that ho Is a fish dealer at (14 Madison street, wns held by Mngls trute Kudlich in tho Centre Street Police Court yesterday In $.'t,000 ball for trial on the charge of assaulting nnd robbing Miss Susie Moyor dicksof 702 Union street, Hrooklyn, whilo sho was passing through City Hall Turk on her way to the bridge at tlilio o'cliKtk on Saturday evening. Miss Moycrdlckstold the Magistrate that sho had just entered tho park from 'ho south side, whim Manning sprang nt hor nnd grabbed her by the thioat. Ho throw her head back ami clapped his hand over her mouth to prevent her irom scieaming Then ho seized her pocketbook, which she hnd Ueen carrying in her hand, and run across Mail street toward nrr iiuiiii, iiiiii iitn iicioss aittti sirei'l lowuril tho Post Ufllce. The assault was witnessed bv Abraham Ap pelsolm, IS years old. or ltxl Varet stioet. and ho shouted to Policeman John Fnrrell ot the City Hall squad. Fnrrell gavo chase to tlio fugitive, but before Ito oveitook tho fellow Manning stopped running When arrested ho denied all knowledge of the assault. Tlie pocketbook. which contained $5. a gold penknife and a gold scnrfpln. was not found in Manning's possession, but In court he was pos itively ldeutltled by Miss Meyordlcks and Ap pelsohn as thn young woman's assailant. i"i a a uAxnoxr.n saiooxtsits a ititrrr. Tlie .linnet i:. Hiivlca Strewing Ihe Sen Off Cape diaries with MnhngHii). The three-matted sohooner Jnmos 1'.. liayles, which sailed for this port from Vera Cruz on Dec. 17, touching later at Tuspan. with n cargo of cedar nnd mahogany, it drifting a'.wreck ofLItho Virginia coast. Her kipper. Copt Elvin II. Darling, and her crew have not been heird Irom, but It Is probable that thoy were taken olT by a passing craft. News of tho Ilayles's mishap was brought hero yester day by the Hrltlih steumshlp Fojle, from llrn 7II11111 portB. She passed a lot of wreckage, consisting chletly of ninsls. guffs nnd booms, about 120 miles off Cape Charles on Saturday morning. Later she sighted thn clmoncr and teamed down to and uround her All her masts were gone, her stern was badly broken, her after deck was awash and lumber was urlftlug from her hold, The Ilayles hailed from Port Jefferson, where she wns built In 1M74 Slip measured 41M tons and was owned by Jnmes K. llavles. The tteamshlp Sabine, In yesterday fmni Port Natal, passed on Friday, nbout forty miles southeast of Cape llenlonen. tho abandoned two-mnsted schooner tStnte llighUof Hrldge ton. .N.J. The Hnblne ran close to tlio derelict and tapt. Taylor noted that her mainsail and boom were drilling alongside, her hatches wero stove and her pumps gone. Her masts were standing and her boats missing. uaxt a itAitr? Mra, l'leirr I'roinlacil In Mind One nml lit Mother lliiin'l Conic Hark. Mrs. F.mily I'lorcn of :I42 Third nvenue went tothe Fast Flfty-llrst street station yostnrday morning and. putting a slx-mouths' old girl baby on Hie desk, told Sergeant Thompson that be could have It Thu Sergeant wnrmlv protested that ho had hnlf it dozen children of hi own at home nnd aid not want any strange babies "Neither does my husband Thomas," re sponded the woman "He told me to gut rid of the child or hn would leavo thn house Sho Informed the Sergennt that the baby be. longed to p young woman named Moonoy, who had asked hor to take caie of th child wlillu sho went out for a few minutes. Thnt was on Saturday; the woman had not come back, and Mrs Pierce said she did not know whero she could bo tound. (,"iI.,",.r"r"n,",iHa,1nl,iY' Mr" I'lnrcn took the child to the Yorkvilln Police I our! Thorn slut asked Mnglstmtn Slnims If he did ii"t want tho baby, us it was a pretlj little Hum; "I'm a baeholoi, madam, aid wouliln t know what to do with such a thing. " icplled lh Magistral e. Ho sent the- woman dowu lo l'ollce Head, quarters with the baby. Sale of Irish Linen Napkins & Table Clot In. Napkins 2 2X22 inches, $1.50 do7cn, 26x26 " 2.65 " Table Ciothsy 2x2 yards, $2.75. 2x2 " 3.35. 2x2 " 4.25. Sk Napkins to match, $2.;, ii 4.00. Hemstitched Tea Cloths, iyxil4 yards, $1.50. 2X2 " 2.95. 2X2 3.95, Lord& Taylor, Broadway & 20th St, Determine your requirements, and then inspect a HALL'S Safe It will meet them in both quality ami price. Will exchange your old tfs for a. modern JJall. Repairing ni moving. Tel. .107 rmaklin. 31)3 IlrOnllwny, BUY THE GENUINE SYRUP OF FIGS ... MAlTUFACTtJIlED BY... CALIFORNIA F1Q SYRUP CO. rif NOTE TH K JV A HI JB. OFFICE-SYSTEM APPLIED TO LETTERS. The Ulobe-Wcriiickc Sectional 1 Iter riling Cubinrta ST8teinatl7e Your (.'orn-apomlf nco and an r"on lenient anil I'raiticid. THK (JliOIJK CO., Fulton X. IVinl Mil. Tiuciuxi. miovauti.s to cotih. supper t'lnsai-a lit Which Hie Oookril Mi-nt Coatt Knoh Pupil Only l'lvp Tenia. Ono of tho most Interostlnc works iindiT takonlby tho New York Household AsRoctitia 1h the orRaniziition of n, number of suni'ir , classes for vvorklne cirlg and women. 'I wo clas-es have been filled, nud many .ippli-.i-(Ions nre filed for the third. They meet cv.'it Tuesday and Wednesday ovenlncnt.H;:tO I'll eirls coino directly from tholr work, wnsh nml tidy themselves, nut on white caps, norms and sh'ovelots. Tho instnntor then proceed" t.i tunch how to prennre, cook nnd nervo a Mini'l.i, nutritious and economical meal, of vehleli tli.'y ull test tho merits later on. -i The cost Is five cents to oach mini!. Tliora nre elxteon members In ench class Tin youncor ones arelllttlo oash!or ofllco cirls. nnd the older ones typewritonCi-nloswomon, book keepers nml cashlera. The kltBhen'.ocuuiiies theTentlro end7of th larire lecture room. The: workinu table la Hhaped liko n horseshoe nnd Is fitted un with sixteen Individual bus stoves. Underneath eaehstovelsa shelf fullyotiuipned with kitchen ware. The pupils nro tnucht the uses of each nrtlclo by demonstration. ijnch pupil brines with hor n blank boon. In which to copy recipes und take notes. As soon as tlio last arrival 1ms made horselt ready tho Instructor rends the recipes and cives mln lito details reRardlnsr tho pieparatlon of tits food. 1 he clrls have no ohnniie to dn practi cal marketliiir. m they nro told e-vactiy how to choose went. veetab!es and crocerlc.0. nnd are shown on charts just wheroltlio joint tlwr nro eolner to preparo is taken from. As soon as tho recipes hnvo been copied nnd nil the questions perttilnlnir to them answered the cirls are appointed to their vnrloui task hijrht cirls prepare and cook tho meat, four undertake thn veirtitables or hot broad, two make the coffee nnd two set tho tnbio. Th Instructor directs and supervises, but Hikes no nctive part. Those classes aro not tniwrht any fan-y nr extrnvneant cooklnc. Tlie women in chnrci reallro the absunllty of tcnchlnir Klrls with hread-and-cheeso Incomes tho rt of prenyl -Inc lobstei a la Newlmrir, terrapin oriuailon toast, riiey nrs tnuutit to cook In the vorr best way such food as they havo In their own home. liach time tho class meets tho pupils have practical demonstration of how sliteon Hood appetites can be satisfied for HO cents. It is IneiBted Hint tho entire siipnor'shnll bo boucht from the money paid in each tlmo by tho mem bers This mnkos tho elrls feel perfectly In dependent and attracts (rlrls who would lohii to attend did the classes savor of chnrltv Hero are three representative menus- Il'ea oun. sandwiches and colToe: second, pck".i codfish, corn muflliis and tea; third, loins') soup, hot biscuits and coffee. .ronx nnAnv AsrnrxrAirn. Nrctectnl to Turn the Stop When lint from j nil Aiitmiinttn Meter (Inia Out. John Ilrady. 2t years old, of 110 Rmxlcker nventio, Hrooklyn, was found dond Inst nlelit In his room from asphyxiation. He vv.is boardor In thn fnmily of Jllchnol Dcecnn n nutomatlo Bas meter furnishes tho hotiwnh bus, whleli Isobtnlned by puttlnc a iiiiariir in n slot Yesterday afternoon Ilindv went nut, envinc tils cas burning. He rnttiriied about 'I nnd found it out. uh durinc his nlisenen 'In supply of bus had been exhausted Vt hile llruily win, asleep Ann in Kerbr, a si-ter of Jlr. Duuienn, went down nml put u iiiiaric in tlio molor, which renewed the supply llrinly bad iiiiclecteil to turn oil tin) stop In his iH.m i'ho UcHBans weie BOinB lo have a p.irtv 'i the eveniiiB. ami vthen IMeBaii went up nwnken HrnilyntlloVloek.tlin lattni wns fi"" I dead on tlie lied with tho Bas pourini: fi mi tlio open jet Obesity may bo curotl without woitltiiiini'; tho Hystoin by tho uso of thu Carlsbad Sprutlol iSull. Its notion 18 inilil butollbctivo. ltisuuturo't own euro. -Mr. Josiah T. Counor, of J.owoli, rasa., writes: "I havo tested thn ( Carlsbad Upi'iidol Salt for obomty 'j on mysolf with good results. My wifo has used it for constipation with wonderful results, and wu aro sounding its praiso all over Lowell, iviutlly mail mo a tlomi copies of Dr. Tobolilt's lect'iro, no that I cjiu uivo them to my Iriontls " Eisner A jMoiuIoIbou Co., bula Agoats, New Xork.Adv.