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I riK "' MKTROPOLtTAX'H Kit. I 7 jijoW'B AUAIXHT A STRIKE. 7 f-jprrxlr Hpndlitt the Professional jfl .-H.tnri Mho Ale Trying to Kruin I'p Ti Trouble (oiimilttee ('nils on I'reililrnt li VrfPnnd ! Asinre Him of 1 1lia. The attempt tn precipitate, a strlko on tho I-,, of the Metropolian Htreot Itnllwny Coin- .. rroei"il " unexpected chock yesterday 'hen president Vreelnnd recoiled n visit Irom w n,mitfp representing 0.") per cent o( tho 'mrloy' ' ""' con,pnn'" TMi commit ten fjLpuntiy repudiated the stntomcntA of tho ltlltrr, who lmv hoen trying to create) thu 'I ", that there Is dissatisfaction among tho ' ,, ,tfn and that n tie-up iRlmpeiidlne. Mr, Vfjt'and amo downtown e nrly In tho day. nu v. was dieting a commltteo that was to rrfneiit tll8''I grievances to him, but at half I.,t 10 o'clock a committee of eighteen em rlorc "llfd upon him with a widely differ J n, object In view ThU commltteo eamo to ,uroh!Ti that tho men were perfeotly satis fti an presented papers signod by tho m- l,yj otall th lines In tho company' sys- the spokesman, nn employeonamedDldnny. ,d that the commltteo represented all tho A i men ami the name of 2.HH7 out of U.140 In tho 1 , eonrany'afmploy were on the different papers J ithlch th" committee had been Instructed to ? trei'nt t- Mr Vreelatid. " Wo could have I Bide H unanimous," he said. " If wo had had a I . ,w mfire hours to reach tho others. Thoy ' 3 Kite that they are perfectly satisfied with tho I i hour an I rav and the management thoyaro H Kirliiie"" 'r' nn(' " ' ,u',t as "85''orBn out- g iiiepirtr t tie this road up as for a mnn to tlo j akri"f Inn cup of wntei " tl Mr reeluud looked gratified Ho said that fit h" h I nut been tit all worrlod. " I hnie flat la trre I mr"lf." I' continued, "thnt my s I year' wrk on this hi stem has not cone for not! nt: that the men knew me, nml that (heiian t i man In the employ of tho coni ranv ol the older men hut knew thnt If ho mate 1 ' "l'e ""' "r "' an) thing to mo, he cou'il ' e roe here or nt my house I liavo reier refused tn oo onoof them and hill cm ,!,, , ,. the men us lone as I nm here Our diffl'Ult a i few venrs ago, when some out -inleis tried to cause trouble betweon us, ncr' tint 1 did not know jou mon well a-,1 veu did not know me: but the ae tloa r il mplojees that time convinced hi 'that T In 1 tho general good will and good I el m! th emploees of this system Two yean ico tlm attempt to set us at arlaneo I caleJ me a groat deal nf uneasiness Now it f A ft not worn me In the least. I have said to jcrplewln asked me about this stilke talk: hentlenieii. there Is absolutely nothlne It It. lmcauleiie the matter with mo und those & m"!i rhf i are a lot of mon who are ready to t acnowledi:e tlw decent troatment I hao f Sluii 'hem ' I "What is there in all this talk of urioancos ? H There i "tilv one railroad company In thl s , I . couutr whu h Is paylnc the wnpes we are for dt lictw'il serM'e, and that Is In lloston There Li lutrouhle icross the rler about trjInutoKet "Kf .'ali uer In Jersey the avoraKi-Im $1. Hi), fl In I li la.leli hl.i thej are pajlnic cheaper w.ik'es rJ than w. ire horo No man ever questioned tun j when I 'aid I am C'diii; to raise the waces ' r "" i I Inve hid full authority to do It Andan- !3 other thltiK. the relationship between von 'I men and mj'-elf has not been that of the H tttianla liead nt a property with an H unknown lot of men I know most t5 otyeumen and you Know mo Iba been a t workuiKm m and Iiimi worked myself up S through this thlnt'. and I say to you. as I said S fome ye-ir- ai;o, when trouble was hrewltic. J tint If a Hoard i f Dlreetfrsor stockholders of ij inr leinpany that I h id elitrge of asked me to J do auUhliu unfair to workliitftnou. thoy could I hi tur resignation thnt day 'Ihalnd chareo of worklncmen since I I ni Jl yeirs of ae. and If ou men or any a clhermenlnthecouipinj's employ have crlev- bim'i 1 I want outo eoino to mo with them. I Icai all this with nodeslro tonppear favorably 3 to jou mn ir to any other men. out It 1 s a fact S tint I am an emplovee ami vou are emplovees, a and our Int. r-t In tho company is one. and If I tie re it a man In this company who, throuch i circumstances that he cannot control, is In trnulii, I consider It just as much my duty j to he'p him out as to attend to the other 8 deration of the company. Jt Ins been g claim? 1 tint men who have come here to &i'o I meluve bn'ti dhchirire 1 for cumlnc, I know 1 that there is none of vou men In front of niu wh w ,uld hesitate to say nnvthlnc to me here, i or In theettHCt, or in the di pot. and just as lone 3 an I'm' situation exl-ts between us no one can 3 ian"ir ill !e In the system B ' I ho rpreheiilntlon of outsido ptrtles. that thij in "introl tie' men of this vstem. Is an limiilt 1 1 vourinteiliKi nee as thlnkliiii men ' 1 1)H"il of the paper-, sicned by the fill- rlojes and submitted to Mr. Vroeland is tho a ioiiow nu j llroidwaynnd Columbus avenue division I He th unili rsiiined emnlovees of the Metro- 1 lo, i,iii stp'i r li.illwi) Companv. luivini; hid Ilrniinht tiiour nonce an article In the lady In"- tntiiiK that ,u ommlttee was to call upon fru in reference to Kiievnnce-. of employees, tea r. -titi that we. the employees of thlsdl vtmti have held no meetlim whatevi r. and th"n f n have not authorized any eommltteo to -all in our behalf ' hortly after the llrst committee had left Mr Xn-ehnd's oflice another committee, pro lumiblythe one that notified him of Its In tend" I oil made Its appearance It consisted of A Tiertic), lohn O'ltrien, John (' Sheo , han i-id Patrick l'anell '1 ierney, as 8P"kes- 1 man sail that he and the others represented 9 tlie emploveos o the various divisions and wanted to submit a list of uriovances I Mr Vreel Hid dei lined to treat with this com- 1 mitte is representative of the men He told I the memlers about the committee that Ind . B . alriady called briiiKiiie slun itnres of U per a cent of the men, nttestlnc that no Grievances a ' exlti(l Tlerner said that h bad 75 names 3 on the papers he carried, but Mr Vreelnnd 9 agin decllneil to reeolve tho commltteo. say- I Ine that if anv of them had nnv peisonal criev- I anc. s l( would vvilllncly listen to them s thi committeemen were leavine. Tierney s-ild tratthi y had probably forfeited their places in coming to the odlce of the company ' u know that Is not true.'' snld Tresldent Jreelamj, qulckl "I am ready now. as I have teen since I became President of the Jjmiany to hear the complaints of thn men. Jl mv of vou have nn complaints, nit rleht down and write them out, or tell nm now Hut In tl el.ue of such a shovvinc as these llslsot nan'cs I cannot reeoenh'o ou as eninini; from tneeinployees of the Metropolitan " The lour men went to the dener.il I.xecutivo Hoard of the hniu'hts of Labor, w bleb was In '"'don at the llroidwny entral Hotel, nml rn 1 1.- a report of the interview. The hoard held a secret meetlrn:. lastinc abouttwo hours, I i"i then Issued a statement to the reporters, taring ' The men, recoenbinc tho futility of at- temptint to deal with Mr Vreelnnd Indlvidu j 'lv have therefore endeavored to m Kotl ite a nth'tneiitof their crbivanees throiich and by o inniinlttpo of the mon In order to offset tho flT rts of the men petty officials nnd a few rtheis circulaterl lists on nil the puds ' r Klcnstiiris certiflni; that the men er aatlslled with present conditions nnd that i, "rievances existed Our people 're warneil nu the llrst Intinintnin of tlie oompiny's plnns to slcn tills or any f'thrrdni'iiineiit which mlcht ba presdited In Hum- an lronclail if necess irr-as their fnll ur to sic, would mean tin ir discharge 'I bus it wis tint the company came Into tho p. s ""i nil a lame lit of n'imes of employees -.- JhotM.ltiioy were satisfied They will en. rp" Ofirnrtinni ear sntlsiled untl) an opportuns lime e noes for the proper adjustment of the trl. vanees under which they suffer ' l hi statement said that the matter became a , p' i" no when lives weie endnncered by 1 "! mir mi n lit vvnik until thev were utsslcuflv jinnl - i inrform their .luties, ntuBeclnrnil itiat rt- fit nsvv.ises and treatment of rnen were !"' rn i,n InviMlcnrlnu would show thnt " M tropniltnn Stnet llnllwny ( nmpany wns He- irt in the eountiy fioiiiini nr sinritin iinnif. The "puilnc nf n Slum In nrooklyu Ilesiilts 111 a Itovr. Ihe a'tempt of llenjniiilu lloenfeld. a Min hatian tnilor, who has leoontlv hndn strike nt n h p ii jii'i Hovvery, to o en a shop at 1 li"lA'lams stieets, llrookl)n. vesterd IV m rr ' i; I rovoked a dlsturlnnce Man) nftho M" .e- w.re on limit and blocked the ap f' ' li ' Hie shop. Ilenjnmill ItOsetlbhtt "f '.' li vinirtoii meet, who attempted to ptss 5!''.'".h 'In crowd, was stiuck mi the he id 'h v l.i'tle knoeked down nnd kicked Into "'' i""i On the approach of the nolleo re '" he rioters dispersed David Kenofsky. "' m idetitilled b) llosenblatt asnneof his ainnt- was the only person arrested He n lil by Magistrate llrennor for oxnmlna- llill.nl lllm to lie Keiciieil. iiilim Pieuiof rJCIiatlnmSuuiie, while oriirki.f lhun qla ln,t muin, wandered ovor- '"irdit I'lerli'J. Kist Illvei. Policeman James . ! 1t"i). h'ninir to his iescue, found him , " 'us ,ii nsni nm I a pile and unwllllni: to -,. I, ( !' iT.irln tn hull the man out were hir ' .""'b the policeman promised to Kivo J"' i inik if ,M be rescm d l.acan let co a.iJii '"dvvassoon lnu'ced away to liomor- p ""r llu-pn.,1 nt. iiuntBot tho drink. tA nj i MIDWIFE HC11VT.TZ ARltKHTEIi. Mnn Concerned In the Denth of Mnry Wal ter Is Alio Known. Mrs, C. Hchultr. tho mldwlfo wholschnreed I with havlnu caused tho death of lll-yoar-old Mary Walter b an unlawful operation, nnd for w horn tho police soucht unsuccessfully on Hun day, walked Into tho Cilmlunl Court bulldlnir yosterday moinliiK with nvldent conlldeneo that she would be able to arrnnifi) matters thote without dlftlculty Toiler surprise ho was taken into custody and was sent to the To.nbs by Coroner JJiusch. who held her in I Jfi.OO'i ball. Coroner llnusch expects soon to ' have In custody the man In tho easo Tho Coroner cot an anonymous letter telllnrj i him tint tho clrl hid been murdered. IIo In- I tonupted the preparations fortho runenil early i on Sunday lone enouph for an autopsy, which I disclosed that septic pnoumonla resultlne from a crlmlnnl opeintlou had caused denth I HenrchlnL' tho Klrl s effects, the Coroner found plotter from a jpunc railroad trainman, writ ten In tho middle of May The police hnve lcninid vvhern the imn works. Yostenlay bo was on a run out of the clti Tho Klrl had been a sen ant Lately she had lived with bor father. John Walter, at IHH I Irst liven He On Juno 'J7 shewentnwavfioin homo nnd was gone till the aith. nflerwnrd adinlt tlnif tist she hnd been at Mrs ehult's She was ill when she returned On July l ir. Henry Kolb of Il.'tl West J ort-8e(.oiid street called at her houso. whither ho bad been sent by Mrs Scliull!- Later. l)r Kolb coltic out of town. Dr. Htnck. who cares for his pitlentsfor him, attended In his stend until the irlrl'sdeuth on Thursday The death cerllllcate made out by Dr Kolb ascribed death In pneumonia 'I he undert'ikercnlled In was liernnrd Kolb of P!U Second avenue, the doctor's uncle Tlie toionersiys tint Mrs Schult Is neeustonie.l to send to Dr Kolb pntlontH of hers who need attention after she Is through with them. ( prpner liiuseti said vostenhy that be wis satlslled that neither Dr Kolli nor Dr .stnek knewof the mnlpr.ictlce The clrl hnd svmp tomsot piieumoiiln, he said, and setitle pneu monia would be detected only under nn au topsy A physician who knew the e uise of tho Birl s condition vvi uld huvo emtilnved tieat inentwhlch bad not been etnplojed lo sim her life. IKIUS' IIOAItlUMI tUH'SK A XI'IHA.WK Keeps the Nelshhors Atnl,p, So the I'ro lirletor Must Move It. Thomas Wle was held for trial yesterday In the Harlem 1'ollco Court b Magistrate Pool on a charce of vlolntinc the snnltary code. Wise for tho last six months has maintained a does' bcardlim house In a vacant lot at 11K0 Mridl i.oii avenue which Isnt the corner of I'.lulity slxth street He purelnsei' nn old election liooth from the city, fitted It up Into kennels nnd with the permission of the ownor estab lished It on the lot When Wlso put out his shlnirle he did not have lonu to wait for custimers Amonc his tenants he soon had an Irish setter owacd br Commander. I P. .1 Keller. I S N.taSt Her nnrd owned bv J V Htnuton. who lives nt the Oralinm Hotel, Midlson avenue and lUhtv. ninth street, two Irish torrlers. owned hi V. I, llcadleston. the brewer, nf 'Jil I'.ast l'U'bt) second street, tin 1 many others It hmpens. however, thnt a fashionable elsht-ntotv up irt rnont house nljolns the lot where Wise con ducted his hoanllne bouse, nnd when the summer came, when tho windows were left open ulchts, the tenants iranted to know whether Wls-e cave a doit show ot a circus in tho small hours. After n while the) com plained to the Hoard of Health A sanitary policeman was sent to seo le an! advised him to (.lose ud. but without ef fect The tenants protested again and l'rof Samuel Hanawny of the IVIloco of the CI! vol New ork acreed to ko to court and make a eouiplilut. 1'iof. Hatiawav at peared before Maulstiato Tool yosterda) and descrlled fie nuisance In stronu' terms Wise davs ho will seek now ijuurters siAitmnn i.att. asi n:'jTvr;. Tlie Troubles of nn I'lderly .Tersey Couple Renell the Hliorie Court. Mrs Veronn Kpeiker, who admitted that she was 00 years old, and hi r husband, (filbert Speakei.a Passaic county fanner 711 years old, were In tho Chancer) i ourt in Jere Cltv )es. terdaj as plaintiff nnd defendant r spoctholy In a divorce suit Lawyer M Ward f I'ater son made nn application to Vicf-Chnncellor r.mery on behal' of tho plaintiff for alimony nnd counsel fee pen dine the trial of the cause Lawyer Lucone Emelyof I'nterson represented the defendant. 1 he couple were married on Nov. 14. 1KH1 Mrs. Speaker declares in her hill of complaint that a few days liter I heir mil rlnKchor husband began to manifest an ucly disposition Ills treatment of her bad made her a phvsical ami up nt il wreck. She further declares that she Is In a destitute condition while her husband is wealthy, owiiinir lnrce tracts of land In Pass lie county and loaning in nei on bond mid mortemcc. Her biisbinil. she mors, ihreatenedto strike bor, droie her out of the house und taunted her li piiiinK that she mii I1CW 1 li'U'iliy lilillili'ii in mm Speikei.in bis answer, denies all his wife's allocations He deelues thnt he never snv her utitil a week before he married her. nnd thnt she and her brother vlrtnnll) foned him into the mnrrince He sas tint she left his house of bur own accord. ( 4 IT. O. .V. ClltTF.r.'S C4 Si AttnrneT-Oeoernl T,rlce Has Nfdily Com pleted His Itnllew of tlie Papers. Washington, July 1(1 The case of Capt O M Carter of the Fnclneer Corps of tho arm), convicted by court-martial of irregularities in his accounts, will probably bo flnalh decided within n few weeks The papeis are In tho hands of Attorney. General Orlccs, who b is been reviewing the c.asn by direction of the President Tho Utornoy-Oenoial has clvon much tlmo to the Undines of the com t and the ovidenco submitted. Ho hns personnll) ex amined every phase ot tho case To civo him complete data, nil the accounts ot Cnpfc Carter worn sent to the Depart ment of Justice, nnd Col. llnrr. (ho Judge dvocat" of the court, was directed to prepare n reply to the supplementary defense of (apt ( arter's attorneys. l!ri"fs have been filed both for and ncalnst Pnpt ( artei, but to (,-no himself n. complete iinilerstnnilliiir of the case. ttorney.Oeiieral Orlciis Ins hnd an i pert bink cx.amlnoruooiernllof ('.apt Carter s accounts und make a icport He has consumed much time, as the piperH till two boes about live fei t blub and four feet square Attorne.(ieneral Ctrljrirs lies nearly com n'eted bis review, however. and Isnow etiKiiced In summinir up the statements of counsel mid tho reply of Col Hair Xnty Vnrd Notes. Lieutenant-Commander II F I'lckbohn.ex ectillvo officer ot tho Bimbo it Detroit, wns placed on the retired list on S.aturd.iv. and jesterdny lie staiti d for his homo In Iowa Lieut OeorKo Wood Logan has been trans, ferrcd from the cruiser ltuffnlo nnd nsslcned to duty as watch offlceron tho gunboat Detroit During tho recent war be was stationed at Jlnnlla and had charge of the cipher despatch office The gunboat Detroit will come out of dry doekto.div She has b. on thoroughly over hauled nnd repainted It Is snld she will be lltted up and si nt tn Mnnilii. but the olllceis bono thnt thoy will be ordered to join the Ninth Atlantic siiuadron Work was begun vesteidnv nMlionrd to erectanew machine slmiitn t ike the pi ice if the one ilestroved b lite on I el. If. I lie ni w building will be coiistiiicti.il mi il site near ( iiniburlnml street, ab pii.'iIiu feet fioni tin-old " Hear dniinil John W l'lilhp w ill present to the Mnntnuk Club n soiiveniri f the nnvnl bat tle at Snnti ig It is the plate n' the ah hoist of the bittleship Texas, which was ploreoilhv ail-Inch shell This was limned b lie ir d miral riilllp and Is nt present in his office in the nav) )itrd Pl.nilcd Cullly In l'e rjuiv. 1'dvv ird .1 Collins of 'JUS I'.od I'ortj -fifth street and John J lllnk or Jul 1 ist Fiftieth strei't ph aded guilty In the Count) ( oiirl in lliookbn )esleida) to.au indictment charging them with perjury '1 ho were witnesses in the RUit brought bv .laciibLncs to recover damnges against the James 1 vei.ird lirowlngl omp.ipv for personal injuries sustained b) heing nm on run Thini avenue. Mnnhattnn T he) test! lied thnt at the tlmo of the accident a Inn was driving the teun while tlm driver was sitting at his side rending a book This testimony pioved to be false Collins and lllnk were re manded forsentence I'lillccionn O'ltrleu's Mother on Ills Honel. Polliemin Thomas r O Ilrlen of the IVcst l'J.'th street stntion wns held In S.'.OOO ball in tip Harlem Court jesterdny for the (Iraiid I Juryon the charge of stealing the gold watch 1 ami chum of (apt Oeorge It lllm id- from tho il'.ipt ilu's body when lie wns killed by a trolley vnron June Hi O'ltrien vvalve-d examination. Ball was furnished by his mother. SHE CUT HERSELF 49 TIMES. MKS. llltOOn.1 IPfAHESTl.T TRIKU TO REACH Tin: ITF.AUT. tVhen She I'nlleel film Cut Iter Throat Nn Indication Thnt Hbe Took reilnon lliiei n Satrhel loll of Jewelry. 3,0IK) Morlbof Clothes nnd K40O on lleposlt In n llnnli. Lomi 11 i'.am il, July 10 The body of Mrs. Julie llrooks, who killed herself In hor room nt the Octngon llotcl. Seabrlght. yesterday morn ing, ans taken to New Uirk to-dny bv Mrs llruno Hocks and her dnughtor-l law. Mrs. Hruno Hocks Jr. A rnitlal Imestluatlou of the di ilh ot tho joung womnnlns m ido to-dav by the local authorities, but wns cut shott when Mrs Hocks Insisted on taking tho body of hir daughter to New ork ntouco. 1 he au thorities dldii t suececd In unearthing nny mo tive for the woman's uct and havs accented the explanation of Mrs Hocks, which Is agreed to by Dr .fumes J. Hoed of Seabrlght, whose pa tient the dead womnn wns, that Mrs llrooks was suffering from extreme norvouness. which resulted In temporal y mental dervngoment, Vi hat HroiiL'lit.'on the nervousness In a healthy nnd apparently happy womnn, as Mrs 1! rooks seemed to be. whon she llrst went to the ()e tugon n weuk ago, hns not bseti explained, and Mrs. Hocks didn't vouch-afe any Informa tion on this nolnt to-d ly. The slngulnr part ot Mrs Hooka's visit to dav was her stntemant to Coroner noppor nnd Doputy Corousr Morris that her unmo was not Hocks but llrooks She hud her name placed on the death oottlflcate as Mrs. liertha Hrooks and gave llruno Hrooks as the name ot the father. Onlv a short time. befuro. thnt she In troduced lurself lo I'roptletor Sandt. who al ready knew her. as Mrs Hocks. Mrs Hrooks was popular with those who knew hor ut the Octagon. She was a fine, looking woman, dressed woll nt all times, and apparently bad plentv of money SheshoweJ no evidence of being ill until Thursday last, when she c unpl lined to hei mother that she felt iierious Mrs Hocks told sflvernl of the boniders thnt her daughter was subject to nerinii" pi .M Ulon and that was the llrst In timation tint a iv of them had thnt thooung woman na In nnv thing but the best or health. 'I be knife with which thn woman killed her "If w.i i mIi .rr Muled. ohliopodlstV corn knife she must have stood In front of th bureau to stab herself, for the lop was e-ov-tiel with Inu nl Hut for the shortness of th bliide Hie vvouinu n lid have killed herself In stautlv, foi nncordlni-' t "Leputv ( oroner Mor tis, she cut heiself in the breast fort)-elrhf times, ik ne of the Mite being deep eiioin.li to eitise de i'Ii ppnrentlv she bail tried to reach her bent md Indlng she eouldn t do that, cut her throat instead The knife wns i-n dull und hi Hi nicked along the edge of the blade '1 he ieulf was more of a tear than a cut. ncross the throat. Mis Hocks didii t npcear to be vorr much neltsteil over her daughter's death when she got to Long Ilranch to-dny She brought I ti elertaker iitbonv Iluhna ot fit) Sixth avenue with her and he sent the body back to New iork on the' li .in train Mrs Hocks then wont to Seabrlght anil claimed herMnuzhtrr shear ing nnpnie! and jeweliv Theie were several tiiiiikionds of the former ai da whole satchel full of the latter 'I be woman'" gowns were of expsm-lve mitorlnl Mnnr of them had nevr been worn. The value of the entire w.aiilrobo w.i estimated at about Jlnuu Among the jenelrv there were dorens of din nionil aud pearl trluketsnnd many pins nnd brooches containing other stones bunk book showing ileposits of over $4(Hl vxns alsn found In thn room, and with the other tilings was turned over to Mis Hocks A number of I lece of valuable jewelrj. Including n neck laee together with a sum or monev were left In the hotel safe by Mrs Hrooks, and are still there. Coroner Hopper and Mrs Hooks made a thorough search nf the rnom In which Mrs Hrooks killed herself tn see if she h.t I left any wud of her intentions In' found nothing Despite Mrs Hroikss statement to the ha'l boy who discnioriii hot preillcnmcnt jester diiv morning tint she hnd taken i.olon iu tr.n e jf mi' m w is foiind In the room and the Cor jner is ml llc I that she didn t take am To the Coroner Mrs Hocks mid ' Mv duu liters bu-baiid, Mr I rooks. Is in Furope nt onsen! lie is i man much her senior lie s fn'lv 'n venrs ol 1 hut he in- vet) much dev. ti I to hei lie s a jeweller, and his ljve for in ilaiightci was err strong He tavo li rail of tie jeneli) that vou luiveseen I do nor knoiv how to iccoun for m diiugh ter s net Mie hn I on'i gtieicd over two tilings in her lif" and I th mu'lit she was wll over these long igo. onie rears ago she was very much In love with n vmiug in is who was also devoted tojliei I did not nr prove of the match and broke Ir ol I he ther thing was the joke which her fathers friends i ave'.nn us nil afti t the Ileum r.itK Convention at Sv rn i use last seat I hei ent wmd that Mr. Hoi ks w is Me, el nml i Iviseil u what tr iln the bod) was coming t We went tn meet the hndv but me' Mi II .cks nils. and well. In stead My daughter grieved terv much dur ing the time s ie h uiglit her father was ilend. mil 1 don t think she ever got anr it ' 'I ho fuiieri "f 'It- Hi teiks will take plnce from Aiitlinin llu'ma s uu b rtakinr rooms.."!) Sixth ileum this ifiii iiin it ' flack '1 he l.ev Mr lHliop..'se ,,,, s I pise pal Chun li a ill olllei it ill lb.- bur..ilvrill b In Mount III. . I I ,...,t..u It vvi I nneil iiste-rda) that nl nut nine v. ars ign the vi.ung womnn I eeame i .t -po.'rapher mid Dpewrltei f ra tenant of th" ; tn p biuldiug "she lift bis emplov nbrult si)ears ag.. t i do similar wmk foi a man I vvh.s.ofllc. Is m T'lni'" ( ourt, but who Is now In'he V.-i I'nr the past year she had be. ell Ull. Ulplo). d Tvssr:. unti'AST iroiti'(in4Ti.n. It I'roposps tn innnret laeng Islnnd nnd .?erej Willi lhl ill. AiriNV, .lu'v ID The Metropolis Tunnel It nlre.nl ( . nip in v of Ni vv oik vv is Ineoipo i ited to-d iv with a capn ilof $ iiiuiMiand privl lege to iti"i -ase to such a siim .as nuv hereaf ter be roiiiiri"l for the construction of the loul 'I be compiny v. ill const met a tunnel railroad llvo miles long, place, 1 In one nr two tiiiineN. to be ojetatcel hy elcc tricllv nr other power, for the ti insmis slmi of pnssengeis and freight Tho roid will run from the junction of Fulton and iNillntiKlib) stieets. In lironkl)n borough, lindciground and under the 1 ist lllvertoa point in Mnnhattnn borough on llioadnay.be twei n (anil street ami South 1 erry, thence un leigroim I and under the Hudson Liver to .Terse) ( Itv among the dlrectnis are Croin vvilli! Maev.'Jiil Hroadwnv. .New ..rk: l'eter J 1 1. .11 m in ' II soiithworth.l barbs A Cregin. 'lb loie M,a lib n IIWilliw str, h. ISrenk- lyiitJihn loev. Inmes Ihnes, illinm b beitt mid lii.u'je M McCnrmlck of t! (entro stn et .New ork The directiit- of tlm newly-Incorporated t nn in I esimpa iv it not known ns 'iiiinciois. Iromwelllf la 'V. enie ol the illlecteirs, vvhei Is u law ver with in . Illee it Jill llroi'tvv tv, said vesteidiiiifleiiii.nl t'i it the Mi tri pedis lun pel ( mipaiiv piopesul to e in-tiiict two pins nftmin. I- Hie llle'el the llllei-i'll l.iveie.n- lie i ling .li isei I m v lib the I rn. uiuh .if M n- , 1 atl in mi I Hie r.Mi i un lei 'be 1 .st Itiver I inuiieetiiig Minli.'tiu ivitii 1'r .oklm '1 be , Hudson Unci tin ne be si i'ed, would begin nt the. feint nf ( hnitihe rs stnet nnd the I ,it lliver tlllllll I .11 the full nf Oliver SI eet '1 he tuni'ids in each set are to I e Pnrnllel to each other, so th il one sha'l bo feir tiallle ni loss nnel tho etier foi ti idle b iek. and ens me in be opi ruled in both 'oi passengers and freight (oiistru tioi . Mi Mac) s iM, wnuld 1. In tun m s... ni ns the finm loses were obtained Niitiimnt ( nsUet Comtinnj's Cnpltnl In , ne.in el tn S(l,OO0,ll00, I At HIM. Jul) 10 'I he N itl uinl Casket Com- I pin) of I enox, Mndisnn e nmty nnd New oik eit),'o-dav ll'.ed a certillcate of an in ' oic ise of Its capital fnun :iiiiiii(ihii to fil.iino . I (inn Tin rllllcite siys that tlie dehts in I II il.Ilities of tlie company aggregate vejn.tssi , '1 he iiiiiubei ill iliiectnis..f the i inipauy isnlsn iiicre.i-i I ft m nine tn thirty The incease of I i ill Ital is in id ' to enable the conn inn to ex tend its hii-iini s-thioiuhii'it the I'nlled States ! I'luelin Mee'l eiiiipany Inceirpoi nteel. I tmsv. Jul) In I'liee Flmir.l Steel Cnn. pnni iva-.ne. rpor.i'eil t i-dn wlthn eaplial of $ 'inline hi tn niiiiiufie tn ii steel, Iron nnd i u plain III 1 bull, I 'I he liri"'li.is ni e I heste. 1( Hind, 1 W niu d ).. Tin mis ! I'M,, nrilsoii I led Iv Mi Owen nnd Harold 1. I hem y nf I'hil.t lelPlu i in urge I DivlIi of l.linna und I Link's Hani! of llulTnlo see Inl i:enni at Newport. Nrwior.r. I! I. Jul) 10 -Ir was nnnonnceil here to-dny (hit the wedding of Miss D,ni HnviMiiever, daughter of Mrs 'Ihiodorei llnveniever to I lent Cnneron Melt Wlnslnw, 1 S N , will! iko pi ice in Newport In the fall Social en nis tn In vv.re a reception giii n this ifl.Tii mi b) Miss! Ogdeii Jones and ilium is given tn.night ,y Mrs L'li.ules .N Hnldwlti i ml 1' I. Wiuilimp III nlKlelerillg the dl lunblllly Of inlieriuliig sniiietliinj "ii iiisn never hire .lone hen i f re h u h ilim i- a n II cue thn lent n -llIU Million! 1 lav A SI I. i er .liMl.les pnunptly and la sbld 1 1 pa) lur what he rs'jiiirx. Aiv, I n 1E40 I.V EAST MOB FIRE. Mother nml Child Found In the Wreck of n ralntahnp Father 1TI11 Die. The explosion of a can ot benHno In the p.alntshop of Abraham I'lnkclsteln. on tho northwest onrnorof llestornnd Forsyth streets jesterdny afternoon, set flrn to tho building nnd caused tho eleath of Flnkclsteln's wife. I Hets). ntul his 3-yenr-old son, Issy I'lnkelstoln I wns so badly burned th it at (louvorneur Hos. ' pltnl. wberu ho lies, ho Is not I'M etcd to re cover. Tho I'lio Depaitmepl gained control of the flnmcs nftorthey b id burned out the paint shop, nnd the money loss will not exceed $.100. Tho building Is an old two-story and attlu fr uno building, with slanting roof I'iukel stclu and a jeweller named llellor had their shops on the lorsyth street side, nnd Max I.lcberwiti! and his brothel had a shoe shop on the Hester street side A rear stall way run from the bill, which opened mtn Hes ter street, to the looms on the sec. ond Moor occupied by the Fltikelsteltis M thu time of the explosion Mrs I Inkelste In and the child Issy were In tho p.alntshop wltli tlm liusl nml. I pstnlrs were I yeppl, the ser vant girl, nml the llvo other l'lnkelslelti chil dren I'itikelstelu wns mixing some paint with benylne. when In some wny the beiiyliie e ploded In the man's fa e Ills wlfo pushed him Into the hallway lo nllng Into Hester street I h- llrst sight seen by tho crowd which tho explosion ntttneted was the servant. Teppl. on the cornice above the storo window, shriek ing with terror ns the llames shot past her Wolf Cohen, a truckman, mounteil u barrel under the cnrnlce nnd got her down safely, bi'rnlng Ids hands Then from the hnllvinv riislied I Inkelsti'in, his clothe Milam nml IiIm face1 terribly liijuresl The eiowd caught him and rolled him In tho street until tho flames were out. muttiess was soaked with water and ho was then placed on it s he lay on It the man Bus peel Oh. mi in ilfo an' tneln child'" but no one understood 1 ho llnmien emlcklv ex tinguished tho fl imcs, mil Ihoii two membeis of I nglne No 17 went grnpimr 1 tit . the h ill Huddled together nnd ternblv burned thev foil n I the' bodies of I'lnkelstoln s ulfo nml chill The otherchllilien of the family vvero safe The bodies were taken to the Eldrlelge street pollcostntlon and FlnkeNteln vvn- remoied to (eoiiveiiieur Ho-pllnl Ho was sn badlv burneel nbout the fue, idlest .md arms tint in places his b mes weie eh ured. : lost niinoicr.rv Rittr. Pnllce Make Ne Ilendwny In the Senrrli for I.l77lf ( IINstll). The police hnvo not )et succeeeled In getting nny tmce of I II" Cissld), in months old, who disatipeared on I rnlav morning from in front of her home nt Hit) Vjrk street, Ilrookl) u Her f.athei. who is a laborer 111 .1 factory, hns given upwoik so as to devote nil Ills time to the search for the child, nnd the neighbors aro all aiding him as far ns possible. Nothing hns been developed In the case to rale i suspicion of kidnnprlng. nnd the theory of thn pollen Is that the little one either wan dered down to the river front, two blocks from her home, ami fell Into tho watet without being observe d. or thnt she was picked up b some person mil put Into an Institution The detec tive s are upparetitl) confident that sin is not in the lower part of the city, for they have made ellllgi'iit unniii) In every house w Itbln half a tnlle of her home, without getting nny tidings of her The i hlld wns sicklv, having only recen'l) to nvereil fiom nu attnek of pneu m nla mid her lip tber si) s she e niihl scarcely w i k a block vv ithoiit assistance Di puty ( blef M ickell n will spare ne effort to tei over the lost i'Iu i or aseeitiiu hiT fate Chief Deverv Is ils i much Inteieste I. and ho innde freiimnt ItHiulnes . ier the tele plioiit )esterdnyas to the ptociess of the se ireh . Jewish tied Her left this letter at the Cas sldv house vesterday morning " Hem lug th it vour child was lost, a child (a girl was tak n to the Hrooklvn Murgue last Friday It wns drowned. Taken from the wit. i nt I lushing avenue " 1 he downed i liihl referred to. It was found, wns h in lie ilif nit mil) about two weeks ol I (aid))pst id i) recalled a Lonver-atlon be bilvvith ii 1 nnchinan while thi family was living it 17 Noi'h Tenth street, about a ji'iir a-id i hill igo which he thought might h.avo snine I. irlngon theense. Ir I h i I that boy In France." hn said, point- I Ingtoi.eoice Cnssidy.il years old, "ho would I be worth J,"i,0iii) to me" detective quickly located tho Frenchman I and f .und that be wns n man of excellent ren in iti in nn 1 eoiilel not have been concerned in the disipiearnnco of the girl eiS7o ,tv Ai.n i.vr mcAZ npposnn. Stnckhnlilers Cnnvesslne for Trojllei to Prevent the Lene. Hostov, Tuly 10 It Is reported that somo of th" Inige stockholders of the lloston and Al lan) ltnilroad are forming a protective com mittee tee oppose the lease of the road to the New iork ( e-ilralnn the' basis of an H percent, guarnnteeil dividend It Is argued tint the lease' wns not iimitilmoitslv approved b) the directors V cinv.ass for proxies s now in pi.igiess In case sufficient proxies nre not received to iled. it the leiselt s s ml t h it the ban ling tngeihT eif minor t) st .ekhnlileis will I . ffective in Preventing lb" stnte fnun I i I C the iieces-at) leglsl ition p. rmltting ill ii-c III the canvass for proxies the assertion is mill thnt b II istn'i in I lbmv h is earned moii'thi'i IJ p i cent mi Its stock for miinv veirs an I that had th" nn.iiev i ut into eon siruitiop been cnpil.iti7i d the c tpit.il .if the rnnel would to-daj be $ii.lliiii,Ono instead of -j" ni.iiniii) It is also asserted bv tlie men wh . npjince the lease that they cm defeat It bv aciiuiilng ptnxn s for N l.ooO sh ires In ad till mil to the stuck they already control. Preepeiseel Itosteni nnel Xlllne I'urclinses. Rostov. July In-President Tuttln of the Hoston m.d Maine Ii.vlio.nl appeared beforo the llnlrind Commissioners today and re quested permission for the road to acuulre by piirehnsK ihree leased lines, the Portsmouth and Dover I! ulro id, the Portland, sue o and I'oitsnioiitb llni toad ind the l'nrtlan'l nnd lloehcster llailroid The consollilatlon is nn tin' I asisof ten shares of llo-tun and Maine stuck hit llftei u nf Hie Portsmouth and Dover and nn evon oxebange In the ease of tho two others Knltlinnre nnel Oliln Sniitliviestrrn Sole!. Ciscjnnati. Jul) lo Tho Haltlmore nnd Ohio Southwestern ll.iilwny was sold under foreclosure' tn-dnv It was bid In by r,. It Da con. l'H'sldent of th coiiijnn). for 5 t MO (ion. The ro.nl will b om mted iinlcpciidentlyof the Haltlmore mid Ohio inn: rris urn TituoiT. Aflcrwnrel She A f line's Iter llltslenuil nf Trjitlg to Kill Her nnel He It iresteil. 'I bo husband ot Minnie Sverak,.'ll years old, of Kill First avenue, awoko jesterd ly morning to llml his vvlie 1 in tr beside bltn with her tlnmt cut ind himself wet with hi r blood He called a I o ie man, and the worn in was taken tn Hnwer llnspii il 'I he wound was stitched up tin n md the woman in iv nciver svenk went to the bicipital Intel to visit his wile When he entered the w ird vvhern she vv is lnig he shrn ke 1 nt the sight of hint and sit up In bed '"lints Hi', man who tried to kill mo this men ni ig. sin shoiiteil I' lie .man Phillips, villi wis In the room CU'irdiiigt ln wnmiin.prompilv m rested Svetnk nml In -knl lllm up in the List 1 Ifty-lltst street j stmlnii ns a suspicious icrsiiu Intel in the I diii Mi- Sve-rak made the siinech ngeagalnst tn outlier men who hid gen" into the ward, she a'seinei'ii-ed the muse of h iiing Thd to kill In r I b- pbjsii lans said that she was oil di uih Midi ilng fi did nu h illiieliintion "( in nuiu itKi," The I.nst llestace nf ll l.nuely Old ainn hn Hlillgrel llilllieelf. I'mtiir Scboll, mi nplinUterer, HI )ears old. c .niinl'tcil siiieide ychierihi) b) hanging him self to n bedpost in Ins room on the second llooi of 4'J i West Fortieth si t eet 1 ho old man b id been out of work nnd ilesp indent for some tun-. His wife and children weie dead and re. i nil) In had fie iiieiitiv lliieaieped to end his III" This open leiii'i was found 111 his ini.m 'Imn in old ni in of Hn, sick mid helpless, nml vv hat hive 1 tn livi feu In this world ' Thu nld. uld stoi v death In Ings rest " I 1 mil -. a', d h ttoii were also left, addics-ed 1 te ft lends oi.it -t; r kiiis imisr.f.K Inmnte of Snllms' Sunn Harbor Takes rt Iinse of I'ruttle Acid. Henry Ledger. (11 )enrs old, nn Inmate of Sailors' Snug Harbor. N'ovv llrightnn, staten Island, was found dead In thenttieof oneeif l the dormitories icsteriliii afternoon He had I bei n an Inmnte nf the institution for the pnst tweiitv ). nrs Coroner's l'h)sei mi Mord ami I hit nm ii I erformed nu nutops) vvhli b showed thnt tin old s nlor hnd taken u dose of prusslu I nebl .No n asoti e-oulil be nssignod for the sul- ! CillO Carpenter Sheints Illnmelf, Tnliu l'eltmayer. a carpenter, committed I suicide lesterd.i) at Ids borne, ,r til llroadway, , vvilllmiisburg, b shooting himself Iu thu lott J aide. BLOWN UP WHILE ASLEEP. STICK OF TtYXAMtTE EXPLODED IX A COTTAGE OX CUJIA LAKE. Home Young Men Were Asleep In the llullding nt the Time One Wns Horri bly Mnnclril nnd Hns Since Died A 17-AVer-Old Hoy Held In HID, OIK) Unit. Hki.mont. S". Y.. July 10.- Everett Austin. 'J.I vcars of ago, who wns spending a few days nt Cuba Lake, was horribly mangled at ,'l o'clock on Saturday morning by nn explosion of dynarrlto which hnd been placej on tho door sill of the cottage whore ho and soveral other voting men were stopping. He died nf his ln juries at 10 o'clock on Saturday night. I nst week, Saturday, n Party nt pleasure seekers from Holmont went to Cuba Lake for n week's outing, baling hired a cottage. The party consisted of .Mr. and Mrs. James II, An derson nnd seien joung ladles. About half a milo un the lake was nnothor cottage, which was taken by some )ouu men from this place, who wero dally visitors at tho ladles' camp. On tho nftornoon of July 'J CInuda Austin and John Nicholson took their boat and rowed down to the Morgan cottage, whsro the ladles ware, und left their boat on tho boach. Later three joung men from Cuba stopped at tho cottage nnd took some of the girls out rowing in ths boat, aud on thoir return got a calling down for taking the boat without leais. Tl oy loft their horse outside and went Into the cot tage. When thoy wore ready to return home they found their. horse hitched up with Its head whero its tall should have been and the wheels of the carrlagejchaiiied around, This was tho work of Austin nnd Nicholson. On Friday night thev came up ai.aln. this time riding thcli wheels. Again they took the boat .vltbout leave and went for a row, and again went Into the ijottage for the evening, leaving their wheels emtsulo Vt a little after 11 o'cloi k, when th"v started to go homo, they found thlr wheels taken anart and hung upon the verijila nnd among the trees The girls sav tiny swote vengeance, on Austin und Nicholson That nnv I.vcrstt Austin and somo other bovs went to the lake to join the Jlelmnnt bovs nt ther e imp U iibou.d o clock In the morning tluru wus a terrllle explosion, nnd af terward It wa discovered thut somo one had Pine ed a stick ot dynnmlt" on the eloorslll and explnded It The bottom nf the door, tin cas ing iihiI a Part nf the Iloor were blown to Biiliuurs nnd F.verett utln. who wns sleep ing next the dooi, was terribly mangled UN hli was shattered and a great hole wns torn In his shle clca Into lbs abdominal cavllv, nl lowlng bis Intestines to protrude His nrtn was fearfullv neeratfd and nil the wounds were blown lull nf hemlock slivers, some four in.! five Inches long Medical nld wns sum moned, but itonseildent trom the llrst that the lii'iirles were fntnl He was brought to Hei luont and died at 10 o'clock that nl.'bt Sheriff Hodnctt was untitled mid went to Cola to locate tin guilty parties. Suspicion naturally icslee' upon Morgan and Jllshon In TMStlgitlon showed Hint nt about l'J o'clock that night young HIlioi had gone to tho Frio tnwer nnd borrowed a 1 intern, thnt he did not return with It until .1 10 In the morning, midthit his clothing was wot t'lrough bv tho rain that had 1 een falling K stick of iini,iiilt". which had been pur chased tn blow out a cesspool and which young ilish in knew hnel be en placed In mi out building tie ir the residence of W .! iilenn In ( lib i. could not he b und when tho man came 0 use it, nnd there was plainly visible In the mud the track of a blew Ie frnm the cottngo to ( uba village. Hlsheip mil Mnrgni are mem beis of the.most Inlliientlnl. I.inillle" of Cuba, nnd the .sheriff found great illlllcullv in get ting evidence against them Justice of tho Peace msden refused to lsue a wnrraut and the rihoiliT arrested Hishopou suspicion with out one, but on tho undertaklsg o! a number of lending citizens left htm nt bom. ATler Austin's death ( oroner dlllette was uuni.nnid ami arrl.ed at l'J. l" on Sunday af ternoon He wns met at the depot hi a num ber or lending cltlens. who plainly told linn that th Investlg itlon rf tho case must be thorough nnd luipar lal nnd sucgrsted that If such ,m Invstigatlo would Place him In nn embnrr.issliiK position lie had better dioii the case where ll eras and'Coroner llncon of Can i seraga would be sent for to take charge, but he expressed his willingness to seo the ease th rouglil) sifted on lines it.ld down by Sheriff Ilodiititt. It was decided thnt owing to the feeling in bo'h Cuba nnd Helmout It would bo better to hale a juri lisp moiled from tVells vllle and the duty of getting such jury was left to District Attorney F 11. Church, whoi-ame don ti from Vtellsitlle to look after the Inter ests of tho poople In the case oung Hlshop was nrrested this ntternoon nnd relensed on Jln.tlOO bill, jiemllngtbo ier diet of the ( omnei s jutv, which meets nn Fri ll i Hlshop Is 17 icars o'd nnd returned Horn Oermnn) last month, where he had been In s, Imol fur six )e,ns Austin wns a ma chinist on his wnj to ll Clt). l'n . and stopped over night to vlsl' the outing pm'v The Im- 1 resslon Is that llishop did not know tho strength of the dvunmlte nnd wns Irving to Plnv i practical joke Ho w is to enter Cornell I'tilvcrsltv in Seitembor He avs that he did not explode the dviiamite. Paul Morgan, son of Henri C Morgin i n itlonal bnnk cashier ntCubi, wns with Hlshnp the previous even ing, but s.ns he Is ablo to establish .an nllhl. iiik ii:rrxiMon iuitist ruriecii, afore Than S.10 aienihcrs to Withdraw nnel Start n New Church. More than 2.10 membeis of tho dreenwood Hnptlst Church of llrookljn haie decided to withdraw fiom the church Their dissatisfac tion was causoel by the action of thn Hoard of '1 nistei s In selling the church property two weeks ngo to the Norwe'gian Congn gatlounl (lunch It was the intention of the trustees to erect a new church on the I'ark slope-. In Hrook l)n. but this did not suit many In tho e'oiigii'g it Ion "lhe'e is no Hnptlst church from Thirty second sttect and Fourth nvenue to Fliitbusb mid 'I bird avenues, and nmie from Clinton street In sixth nvenue." said (1 V. Aped, n nn inhered the- chinch. Iat nigh, "and our pool h' will not go so far nut nf the way tn iiiitshlp. withdraw nut letters that wo may bo able to start a church of our own On Sundiiy 1 held Suinla) school In ni) bouse 1 he rcgul ir Sunday school nf the church was to have been hei I it All .Saints' Parish Chapel at Seventh street nnd Seventh nvenue No e'lilldreti went there, h iwever, nml thi'iewere over 'Jim nf ihi'iii at mv house I nm going to ImM 1'rid i) night pinver meetings ther'. too I nu getting authoriatious fnr ie luiimlsnt mniuLers' lettets dull), and now hnvo niorethan 'JoOon tn) list " liny Killed Stealing n Hide. John Steel, 11 )enrs old, of ,'10"i West Thir teenth street, whllo stealing a ride on the rear nf n west-bound car In Fourteenth street I ist night wan driven off by the conductor and rnn In front nf nn eiist-bniinil car He was kimcked el nvn nnd so badly Injured that ho died bcfoio the nrilval of nu mnbiilanco surgeon 'J ho elrlier wns arrested A low price indeed for Crash & Duck Suits, 12 dollars worth for 54. 10 " " $4. 9 " " s4. 7 " " " $4. The remainder of our Linen, Duck & Crash Suits, etc., are marked down. Imported Duck Suits, wore 112, now nt $4 each. Irish " Oatmeal " Crash Suits, wero if 10, now nt $4 each. Ilaskct Crash (inlf Suits, worn fp, now nt $4 each. Russian Crash flolf Suits, vioro $7, neiw nt $4 each. Also, Crash (iolf Breeches, woro f.i..iO, now ut $1.50 each. Hackett, Carhart & Cov . for. tilth Kt . Broadway, 'r. I'mmi St., "t';ir ClminU'rs. f I fAIINCf POWDER. J Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness, I and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short jl cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex- J pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable M by the use of any other leavening agent 'M Made from pure, grape cream of tartar ,1 ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. ' JE MKTAiNDWEnDKDINADAY. here is a r.r.s vixe case or love a r FIRST SI1IIIT. Wlegnnet nnd the Wldnw Ktinr aiet nt n lirnle fur l'nt folks nml ei e aiarrleel it 1H Ilollm l.ntrr-Mliuied Avtiiv and Urtlirneel with (lie alnillage C'rrtinciltr. The comely widow, Anna K11117, eamo up from llaltlniore to visit her mother in Wil liamsburg on Saturday A fat fo'ks' picnic was hold iu her honor on Sunday In lilnek Stump Weioels. near .lamnlca U tho picnic she met I'red Wlctand, who keeps two billiard rooms in Williamsburg, nml they were matried before they went home' '1 he other picnickers are still scratching their heads nnd wondering hou It all happened John I ang, whonwns n prosperous saloon at 'Jilt Toners street. llllamsburg. and Mrs Smith, who Mies In tho sime house ns does Mrs. Iv.iiifman, tho Widow Kutiz's mother, nr langed tho picnic Lang, commonly known in the nolgnborlmod ns the "Doss," weighs ubout HTitl pounds Ho is twice as big uroufid as ho Is tall. W hen ho laughs, as he docs most of the time, he simple juggles trom his brow to his feet Mrs. ruuitli is not as largo as I.nng. but she Is none the less a most substan tial person erv few ot thoso they Invited tu join them neighed less than 'JoO pounds Mis, Kuiik Is a comparatively small woman She Is not much over '.'O. and Is of a marry disposition. I'red iegand is 'Jil. and ho weighs UK) pounds After ho was Introduced to the widow be refused to let her out of his sight She didn't mind She told a Sun man lust night thnt she rnther liked it. "There s somo of tnem sny." she asserted, "that I saw him show un a big roll of bills iarl In the day and got stuck on him on ne lount of seeing his money That's a no such thing I elldn t sn,. him show a single hill () couise, I kiie-H from his looks nnel the way ho wasdrc-si el th it be wasn't 110 bum I didn't know iv bethei the. mnn h id a million dollars or oneceuit, and 1 elldn t care ' On one of tho feu iceislnns during the elny when S leg in I was separated from the widow he informed the otln i men, who were Inclined tu poke fun nt his eli'iotion, that she was ' about the Lot that eier hnnpeued " If she .in i eedi'it iu losing him, he added In tho samo strain. It noiildii t be because he wasn't doing his best tj keep up lint the widow didn t want to lose him So thev nto their ellnnor off nf the same wuiieleii pinto mil told the rest of the crowd tn ntteiul to their own business and stop being je ulon- '1 be tvve were missed nt about half-past 4 o clock 1'ivo eicleick came and there was no sign of theni.tieithi'rvvastliero nny repoit from tin m at ll o'clock "I don't e'.ue. ' slid Mrs Kaufman; "mv Anna she Is old enough to know her own busi ness ami take care of herself When she Is readv to ceime I id. , hack will she come, and eicnthlng will be nil right.' Whereupon Mrs K.iiilman settled buck ngnlnst a tree trunk nnd hid her tnce behind n big brown stein. Hut even Mrs Kniifmnn was beginning to bo n little miunved it ti o'clock, because, as she snld. It Anna ami the oung niuu stnjed away much longer, thev would make the whole pic nic bete. In getting home, and thnt would be a shame, after they had all hail such a good time In the midst of tho perturbation tho inissuifc; mes reiiirneii '1 hev came dancing hand in hand down ths path from the .Inuuile a r.id, which runs by the grove chorus of teasing jeers met thorn "Where have ou been '" even body asked. "Whoelo vou think this is to whom you speak thus fmnlliarly ''' asked Wlegand. with wiiiie dignity, pointing to his companion, who was blushing from her collnrtu hor llaxon hair. "Mie doesn't look ns if she knew who she wns herself, observed somiebod, uml every bodj shouted ngiln, while tho young woman turned n shade redder " llov me. friends," snld Wlegnnd. "to In troduce to vou mv wife. Mrs Fred Wlegand " Mho tat folks shook and shook until tlij bad to st down, guig'lng ami si ipplng thoir knees, the joke w is so good Out of the linsniii of her elalnty white lawn dr the object of their mirth drew n sheet of 1ii per in I held It up before them Itwnsaeertill e'ati' of the niarringo or Mrs miit Kutir anil Frederick Wlcgnnil hi the llev Eilniird Hleli mond pastor ef the Iiiiiuiii'n linntlst hureh Mr W leg mil kissed his mnther-ln-lnw. asellel her el lughter. nnd then, while the rest stood nroiiml In fat astonishment, the bride and groom explnlneel to her that they had found thev Ion el nui' another, ntul .Inmatca was onli ! half nn hour's wnlk aw ly. nnd there was no p.irtlculnr reason fi r waiting ans longer, and so thev iv ilked to Jamaica and were married. Tint w is all Itnoni was found In one of the trucks for Wiegiuid when it wns time to start back, and he and his bride sit with their arms around e icli other and g: limed nt the rest of the folks, who were reall) still too much astonished to say nnvthlng. .v i r si'E Tiir. corxciL. Mnndnnius Proreeellngs If IlrooUIjn Witter llnnels Are Neil AlltbeirUeel Tel-Iln). I'nlesg the Councllmen at tholrregulnrmect Ing to-dny adopt n resolution providing for the Issue of bonds to bus the property of the Long Island Water Supply Company at tho legal nvvatd of $.170,000, mandamus proceedings will be instituted against them at once Tho llrookbn l.ngue hns determined to take this nclmn should the ouncllimui persist in hold lug up the bone! Issue Secretary McKlnnev of the Ie igue sent a li to to each Ciiunelliunn les terdn) explaining the uns itlsfae tor relations between the cltv nnd the Water Supplj (Ywn Pinv nnd giving notice of tho 'engue s purple to go to court. Trnm United Inle, the Itiver. A team and truck of the Hooker Milling Com pnny rnn away nt 1 o'clock jesterdny afternoon from Cherr nnd I'lke streets and dnslie 1 down I'll r 40 Into the I'iit Itiver. whero I ho team was il row mil The Weather. An are s of hih prepare tonk penfi.s!on nf nil thn rountiy rant nf tli Korki Mountains ysstfr.lay rept tlm I.iekc Suj prior rcclmi ami Horidrt In the latter ditri. t the pn aurc wan moilcrately low and tlm wiathcr rlmidi ami alinwery, in ill ether see tinni It was fair, audit 1 llle-lj to continue fair la thn Atlantic states today ami IVi ilueiiiljy, ben emi lug wanner The leniie ratlin wis generally abnifi tiO ycnter dli In tlie States went of the VliwalsHippI trnm tlin (lulf to si mil Hilnta ami Minneaini, in ths other ibstrlrtf there s ia but ibght i tnugs In lids uty the di ms fair and ullghtlv warmer, wind gemrillr n- rihwe strrlv . aierafs veloilty M mile" an hour mtrngn hunildit) r, , ppr cent, liaroineter, cnrrci ted to rea 1 tnfea leiel at s VI. tlO.Oil Hie temperature as re or.le.l by the nmrul ther nimneti rand also b nu si n'h tin rmometernt tin atrtet leve 1 la ah twn in till annete 1 tabb ft'tiettlt- .Sine i i Othei ll tun'l. Ixjj liis. lf.1i ;(,j, 111,11 hj) PA M 7." nil" 7-' HP Msl -." hj I2M s.1' 7I 7s HI' VI il' T 7e" Jl', Mil' 7 1" H.i' J Mid 7J' el'. 74 w vhiiiNi.ii.v lonrrvsr ..u ti mpit 'er Vu rurt'in i tirl e nlfril - i ric fartfidv and HtlntHiay liu't knutHutit v turfj. For thn District of C dumb i entern I'ennijl Tinla. Sow Jerse), Inlauaie Vlarylau I and Mr ginla, fair In da and VVi dnnf.lay. vaiiibli' winds Fur weaiern New V irk I'ennf) Ivanlt and Ohio, threatening weatlu r, with ahoweri on tho lakea, tiosera VVedueiadiy, Tinible wiuda. LIVELY TIME nlTII A CR4XY 1TOUAX. IWi rollceninn nnd Hector Mliiht Hnve Tlea vJh. Thioiigb a Cyclniie When It W tn Over. !w A womnn fainted on a north-bound Lexlng- Yvt ton nieniie c ible car at llioulnay and West 'f Jfti '1 bird sttect ve'ste.rday nlternoon Tho car j rSM was stoppi'd, she was canii'd to the side- ' Ifsl walk, ami u policeman called tin nmhulanca f,B from St Mni'ints Hospital Dr 1'arrell, tho tJm surgeon In chiitge, soon icilied the woman. j' and then trouble' begin she seoiued to be- ;3H enmo Middenl) ins me llteaklng nway from -affl the polii'emmi and the elnetnr she nttenipteet , jH to I ic.ik a pi ii ul iss window In one of tho , "Ss1 steue-s neaibv she was held andwithgient iBB dillleiilt) was p,aeiillti the ambulance, which 4m- Starteel feir llelleille fiM All the nni to the hositnl the woman KS$ struggled, kicked mid si inlche. el The police- jH mm nnd Di 1'nrrell neelii'd wounds which JEt bad to I niiteneil betoie they left Ilollevuo. , 1 At thi- hospltnl It leiiuiridtl eimblneil efforts . wS of the pollei mmi, tvifi male nurses, the nm- r "JeS bulance ilnter. and four feiunle nurses to get J S. the worn in Imn the ins me p i Ulon. and at tho " JfiU e leisn of the struggle with her theylookedas ! K though the had passed through a eiclone yfi The onli piopert found In the woman's (jL possession lias a medicine, bottle ami a card jfe bearing the name I'.lla Keillng, admitting her to treatment in the outdoor department ttaf of tlm l'resbvturlan Hospital ifij XICOH TQLCI KILLED KIRRXAX. W Verdict of the Coronn's Jury 5 git I nit th fi; rnlu In ('melody. Wj Coroner Zuccn and a jury decided yesterday jfljs1 thnt Christopher hiernnn. 17 enrs old, who arav was stabbed to death nt Tenth avenue and Kill I'orty-eighth stn'et on Jul) I. came to bin wj eleath from slab wounds Indicted by Nloola jll" Toccl. Mi'ol.a and Sarenlo To cl are the twins rBy who esinped f rum the West Forty-seventh jjffi street police station, where they were locked Mk'i up.charged vvlththekllliiigiif Ivlerunn leola IV was recaptured He wns vent to the Tombs Wj without ball vesteielai pending action by ths 'll tlrandJurv Sareulo Is still at liberty. ,( DEATH OF A DESERTED WIFE. ij Her Four Cblldren Left to thn Cam or a B Itrneiklyti Society. Wl Michael Divver enme fioni Watorbury, Conn.. Jl about a month ago with Ills w Ifo, Mary, and Kl their four young children and ronted apart- W k ments nt 'J.I I II imllton avenue, Ilrooklyn. j? l'jirlylist week ho ellsnppcnred. leaving III! Vf;j family in an utterly destitute condition. Tho iji mother was so sick that she hnd to be taken to ,S. St. l'eter s Hospital She dlod on Sunday Tho JKi children are iindei the caio of the Children' Up' Society llio pollco aro searching for the tjs fh"r 'W Stf-rillzed Ullk fur Ilrooklyn Ilnblea. 2?- Nathan Straus 5 esterd u forwarded his first alsj consignment of I.lioo buttles of sterilized milk fflftj to Ilrooklyn for distribution through tho ' 3ft he-alth authorities to poor children Deputy J Sanit.arv Sut I'rintenilent Illnck has established ii the following ti'iupoinri distributing stations: L tidj No "'l De hiilliiiveiiue.:i7lis..uih 1'irst street, SJErJ js;i saekett stieet. lil Siimni'i avenue. Itoil fW-i Sumptei stre'ed. S"S Dlkmmi street and 11 tY'i Johnson nienue Dr lllack will apply to tho Vg Hoard of 1'stlninte feu funds for the purchase gj nf ii eand to pay theellstiihiitiugngents Abra- ham Aliinhim bus e ffe'red J.'iiul for the estab- il llslunent e f a milk stii Hiring idnut In Ilrooklyn. la REAL FACTS ABOUT I WEAK MEN. 1 I'.lci'tiicitv, pinii'il nml faithfully applied, will ri'tiiin thnt lust struiiK'h, thn result nt nnlivi'ii'tiiii), us stirn im lifi itsi'lf, lii'i-utisc n is thi' iiiissiiio; I'li'ini'iit. Il is thut vvhlihvviis orlifi iiully ilmiiii'il fiom tin- vvstoiu. .Mv ! npp ilini'i'. thi' Dr. Nuiiir-ii Klei'triei ' Hi'lt, with spi'i'iul Misjii'iivorj nt tni'liiiiciit fur weuk men, is tho rijrnt I iippliiMtioii of tlio I'm rout. You wear ) it ull iilnht It i-iiri-s vim vv lulo im sloep. Drop in to-ilny uml ruiisiilt'iiio fii'ti eif fhiir'ii nt in v olllei'. I um tlioro fnun !l A. M. to li 1'. M. daily, nnd from !i to 1',' Suiidiijs, ()r if nt n distance vviitn for mv frei' hook, which I'xpluins ad l.e-ttrrs are' nn- SVVITfll III llll pl'lseitlllllv im. (J. '1' .sM)i;., I.ionilVf.t), col UtliSt , -Now York, N. Y. ftDYTirElrTll.S&( r "eVaified J8 pound of fiftorf, k f firm t.rallhv Knn Is the atory e.f lb risult e.f on ejlrl'a u-e of B Pnmatose niacult Tills sua done. In B to mimtba wllh bouiatuee Jllarult. SOMATOSE BISCUIT S li i dellrary md medicine rnmblnM It tempts the oipe Hie Ilalulj and alalabte A More alrenKtbenlnt; Ilisn torn a I'd equalled ua a tleeh pralucer ind tlMUl I V builder J S. For Sale by S VAII Doolera.. mmumammwmmammsiimiisr?-EMmmmm