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RrKBnrw nrNBuU Caro CalO Colony Colon Fob 13A1I 13AI Iho IhoBritish IheBritsh
British Britsh positions posllonK to the westward estwlrd of Ilensburg IlensburgIncluding nll bllt blltIncludln
Including Coles Coltd Hop HOl have boon abandoned ablndoned on onaccount onaocouot
account ot tho pressure prU8llrl of a large IUKI Boer foreo foreowith lorcewltb
with heavy hel gun gunTho < UM UMho
Tho ho British lrltlh Imvi hlo abandoned Ibandon t Hllngorsfontoln Hllngorsfontolnand lnleflontoln lnleflontolnant
and ant falluu fllub back on 01 Itensburg ntnsLurl Thl mova mOYI WAI WAImadobcau WI WImado
madobcau mado I cauo o tho Boers 10era were wore threatening threatenlnl tbo tboBritish 110 110BrltKh
British BrltKh eastern cl tcrn llank llankLONDON IlankLomol
LONDON Lomol Fon lut 14 HAlhou Although h tho MurOftlco MurOftlcoat Wil Oco Ocolt
lt at midnight mhllhclt announced alnounool that thlt no further newa newahad nw nwhal
had boon recolvail tf Qlvo1 from South Africa ArIca for pub publlcntlon puLeIctton
llcntlon Ictton tho censor censor allowed alowed several severl despatches despatchestocomo d08pnlohetu
tocomo tu como through reporting rUlrtll severe allro flighting lhtn In Inthe Inthe
which ended In Intho Intho
the Cotosbwrg Clbetl neighborhood nohlhbrhooll tlled
tho British rltl h withdrawing wlhdrawlnl their Advanced 11 posi position Iosltlon ¬
tion which had been won WOI by b nrduous Irduoua work workdurlni workdurlna
durlni the past rL six weeks weeksTho wotkalu
Tho lu chief chef of tlienfl tht1 positions pOlltons Cole Hop HOI U UMetier 19hhher
Metier than any an of tho surrounding aurroundlOr hills bis and andtho andtho
tho British Jrltlsh gurH IUr thura have beon pon de deicrlbod te teRorlbed
icrlbod as dominating domllltnl tho thl Boer positions p ltoas Now Nowthe Xowthe
the Boom Jlool have hlvo mounted a 1 40poundor at atBabtards atDabUrdd
Babtards DabUrdd Nek whence by excellent IxcelenL shooting shootingsometime ahotOt ahotOtiometmelt
iometmelt sometime ut 0000 10H yards they tlY neem Ipm to have havesomewhat havolotwbat
somewhat lotwbat eudlly eUly compelled corploll tho British Jrltsb to re retire reo reotr ¬
tr tire from ouo post pst after or another anotherOne
One 011 correspondent corrasvnttlt reports reprta that tho fighting fightinglasted lhtu lhtu1a
lasted 1a tl1 almost Incessantly Ince lnty for two days and de declares declnrd ¬
clares clnrd that thlt tho losses lIss08 of the Booru loerd who out outnumb outnU00rud
numb nU00rud ruJ tho tbe British nrlhh flvo vu to one wcro wcrovery werQvory
very groat Ir1at Their Cramot Crcl ot gun un west westof westof
of bllngdrsfontoln hlnlOloltQln was smanlKd 8mllcll by b a Brltlh Brltlhhowitzer Jrlth Jrlthbowltzor
howitzer but tho result MM not affected affectedby atooted atootedby
by this and tho Imperial Imlerlal forces have havefallun havofalun
falun fallun baok to Honuburir Hendburl chafing ehl0r at their theirdisappointment thdrdlsnPlllntmolt
dlsnPlllntmolt disappointment Tho reports rOlorts concur In Indeclaring Indecl
declaring decl rlnl that th t the Boern DOrl In tho vicinity vicinityhavo vicInityha
havo ha been bn greatly reat rofnforcod rOlnlorcod lately from BOV BOVoral 60Vorallolnt
oral orallolnt points especially cSlcclnlY Magersfontoln Mlleslontoln and anr It Is IsBald Issaid
Bald that they nro 110 dlrootod dlfeted by b Col Vlllobols VlllobolsMftroull Vlobois VloboisMaroul
Mftroull Maroul tho French oflleer who Is alleged aleltd to toliavo 10bavo
liavo planned much of the Doer Do r campaign campaignIt camlailn camlailnI
It I IB It Impossible Imlo slblo In the absence absenCo of more moredollnlto morl
dollnlto doUnlo Information Informaton to Indicate Ildlclto tho signifi significance 911nll ¬
cance CalOI of the British Drllsh withdrawal but It Itmny I
mlY mny provo prvo that the concentration eoacentrton that thatGen thlt thltGln
Gln Gen Lord Itoberts 10berts seems secls to have 110 made madeat mrilo mriloat
at Modder lodor Hlvor 1vor baa been accompanied by brelkollr a aweakening
weakening elkollr ot tho forces foros At Colesbarg Iesborl and that thattho thattho
tho Boers nro ar taking tlklll advantage nltaltalo of thla thl to re resumo 10 10luml
sumo luml tho offensive olenslv com relllue letul tho British Urltsh to toconcentrate toconcenlrato
concentrate nt Ronsburg RonsburgA non burl
A tflleuram l lolrnm rucelvcd by the Iaili ailv MM 11 state statethat 6latcthlt
that thlt tho condition cOIltlon of affair Irllr at Ilensburg ntnsburl In Inserious I I10rious
serious 10rious Thcro hero has Ils been Lton severs Kevee fighting 11rhtll with withheavy withbtay
heavy btay losses on both side The JAifta Jal corre correspondent correpoldent ¬
spondent poldent expresses UXHlSeB doubt as to the ability ablt ot ottho oftho
tho British Britsh to hold the town townU t01n t01nJt
U U 1 reported reportd from llcnsburc that Mr lr Boay BoayIho nOayIhl
Iho Ihl war nr cormspindont cCrrspm < ont ot tho Melbourne MelbourneIJefnlJ lolbournoUtld
IJefnlJ Utld under n llae lal of truco and Ind blindfolded blindfoldedtvn blndfoldo <
tvn 11 allowed nlowld to enter tho Boer lines lineseatorday Inos InosteMtcrtay
teMtcrtay eatorday to mako Inquiries Infulres regarding rC rdlnl the theIwo theIwo
Iwo correspondents Larable Lamblt and Hales lales who whojiavo whota
jiavo ta bi b > eu missing mI9lnt slneo flnco the recent fight flht near nearllonsburg nOlr nOlrltnsbur
llonsburg ltnsbur Commandant Comlanllan Dttlaroy Dllaro Informed Informedhim Inlormolhim
him that Mr r Lamblo had boon killed klod during duringtho durln durlnthu
tho action loton and ld that thlt Mr lr Hales was WI a prisoner prisonerMr IrlsoDer IrlsoDerJlr
Mr Jlr Iteay leay states ltra that Commandant Commlnr nt Delaroy Delaroycuvohltn Delaro Delaronvo1Im
cuvohltn nvo1Im the tholmlro Impression slon that the Boers were weret weroer
t very er confident cnfdont as n to tho ultimate ultlmne result of tho thowar thoWar
war warSilence Wartlsnco Silence tlsnco Is maintained mllntallot concerning concornlnl Oeti OetiRobertas Oel
Robertas doings dolnl but the foreign military militaryattache1 mitry mitryItach
Itach attache1 havo left Iet Capo Town to join him himnnd himnnl
nnd thoro are lrA other Indications Indlcatols that a I move movement movelont ¬
lont ment by b him will wi not bo long lonl delayed delayedA dtlared dtlaredA
A now division dlvllol known klOWI a tho Ninth XI nth ha bal been beenformal beonform1
formal at a Moddor Itlvor H vo 1 and Gen Sir II E EColvllle E
Colvlt Colvllle hat been be n appointed alplntell to command commantlt commantltGen It ItGen
Gen 1oleCnrew PoloClrow will wl6ucoeoc succeed Gen Colvllle Colvie as asCommander 1
Commander Cmmlnder of tho Guards Brigade BrigadeIt Drliado DrliadoIt
It li reported ropoted that thlt a private Irlvlto telegram teh lrm from fromEouth from50ulh
Eouth Africa Alroa has hii been Iln received rclvod nt a tho Shrews Shrewsbury Shrewsbury ¬
bury military mllnry depot smtlnc stllnu that tha Gen Oel Elliott ElliottWood Eliott EliottWoII
WoII Wood on leaving INlvln Orange OrnlN Itlvor 1er seized Xout Xoutpans Zoutant
pans ant Drltt Vrl In II tho Orange Drnie Freo Htate HLte It U bo bollevod boo boolevol
llevod levol that this foreshadows an advance ndv nc on onKlinberley onlmbrlev
Klinberley KlinberleyA lmbrlev lmbrlevA
A previous proviols report le ort stated sUted that Gen Wood Woodhad Wod Wod11IOCUPIOd
had 11IOCUPIOd occupied Zoutpans Drift Drl on 01 Jan J n 0 but butfator butlur
fator lur on retired retred Into Ilto Cape Colony ColonyCol OolonyCol
Col Col Kekewlch Ilewlch reports reprts to the War Wlr Offlco un under under ¬
der datootrebil dato 01 reb1 that Ixlmborley wan bora borabardea bomI
bardea I rdA throughout thrulhout Feb llb 8 and Ind that there was wasa WMa
Fob 0 which whichlasted whlohtaslod
a small smalllltUtry Infantry engagement CDlagolclt on
lasted two hour hourIt
It 1 deems that tho army la II Natal alalll Is nt present prcsontInactive presentInlcte
Inactive Inlcte Oen GII Duller 11lor Is apparently nppaonlly nt n Chleve ChleveIcy Chlle ChlleleI
Icy leI and anlscwlal several of tho correspondents corre ndents expect expectJngaluUIn expeotSnK
JngaluUIn SnK a lul II th oi ollrltons ratlung havo halo gone Ionl to Dur Durban Durban ¬
ban to recuperate recuperateBULIKJIS reCUPcfatoBULtlmS
TWelrIUI Twentyfour Kilted Kied 333 Wunnrted Wlundpd nnil Fire FireSllilug FinJUnlualller
Sllilug JUnlualller Holler nt Chlevelcy Chlevelcyffutnl Chlene1rtll
ffutnl 1rtll Cablt Cabt Vttpatch lt ath toTn 10 TnB Bait BaitLONDON BU BULONDON
LONDON Fob 13The War Offleo Dlco has Issued Issueda I u d dI
I a list Isl of casualties casualtes among lmon tho noncommls noncommlsBloned noncommlselolll
Bloned elolll oRlcors olcor and privates pivates at lt Vaalkrantz VaalkrantzTwentylour aalkran tz tzwnllour
Twentylour wero killed kied 323 wcro wounded woundedand woundednnl1
and flvo aro 110 missing mhllni Of o this number numb r the theFirst the1lrt
First Durham Vurhlm Light Infantry which captured capturedtho olplured olpluredtho
tho hill hi had hnt twolvo twol killed klcd and aUl seventyseven seventysevengrounded eovenLflovon eovenLflovonoultod
grounded groundedT oultod oultodT
T b despatch from Gen Duller IJulcr giving Ilvlnl the thecasualties theraMuallcs
casualties raMuallcs was sent from Chleveler ChleYle Amp Amptrhls nt
trhls hls would seem slem to Indicate Indlcao that thlt Gen 1 1llor 1llorbns illor illorhas
has removed his hf headquarters from Sprint teld teldfurther leldfurlher
further south to Chlevcley Gump It I Is aot aottnown ot otnol
tnown nol whether nny nIIHle Inrgo body ot troops trpa re retnalns reo reotalna
tnalns talna at lt Sprlneflold SprlnefloldIIKUKI Bprfnelol Bprfnelol1IIW
10beU Bouvrts linn Jnl Hunt lnt Unrd ord tn 1 Col Co Ilndim Ilndim1onoll Indeu IndeulmveUfnrrhll
Oninc Kv Jnr Jnrr
1onoll lmveUfnrrhll flnrrlinn n nl n r rfjsrial
fjsrial r l Callt Httpatrh JIprl tn I THK TRi Suy SuyLONPOX 8u 8uIllo
LONPOX Illo Feb 13 13A A despatch to tho litt littMill
Mill 11 ilaiettf ftl from frm Mafeklng Mafeklnl TU Ia fiaborones Gabrnes of ofdate 01dato
date Feb I1 says saysThe KI
The situation sltuton Is I unchanged unchnlot Col Badon BadonJowoll Daren Darenlowol
lowol Jowoll has received a communication from fromLord frm frmLord
Lord Bobvrts HoLlts promising ponlslD that thlt rullnf rolsl will wi bo sent sentIn 8 nt ntIn
In a few weeks weeksOur weekOur
Our food will wil last lo and tho garrison tnrrson Is I as asgame II IIsamo
samo game ns 1 ever Tho Dour Iovu havo la1 expressed expressedtheir xpre8od xpre8odtheir
their Intention Intcnton to starve atlrve us out outAll outAl
All Al well welliv well
< iv 1 JOVRKUT JrllnIT WAX IA irovynKit irovynKitrrngment JOljynlW JOljynlWI JOljynlWJnSlellt I
i inl
rrngment JnSlellt ot n Shell Shel lilt lt Him 11m In II tlio th Thigh Thighnt Thllh
nt Ilia CuUiiMi Ctr FlKlit FlKlitfilial hchl hchlIcal
filial Caltt ea It IHiiattMo IIIKlt I TiluHtN TiluHtNLONDON Tua Rt RtIosDos
LONDON Feb 13 1 A despatch cllspntch from The TheIlauuosuy Thelaluu
Ilauuosuy laluu dUY that Ilat oflluial olelal nows leWK ha hl boon b en re received reo reocelnll ¬
ceived from 1rutorla t In thu th wftcct el ct that Gen GenJoubtrt OenJOILrt
Joubtrt JOILrt was wounded woutiled at Colenso Col l o on Deo Dro1 15 15A
A fragment frolDent of n bombshell Lombahol struck him In the theright thl thlrhht
right thlch thilh and It was not extracted until untilDec unt
Dec Dle 18 Oon Jourwt JOIIt left for tho th front again againt alaln alalnat
at t the end of Decoraber Decoraberllrltlili DocerLor DocerLorJrlllh
llrltlili Jrlllh Hold 111 438 liner 111 IrUoner IrUoneriaJ lrhnlr lrhnlroal
oal iaJ Ctlit lnifddt Jitlpac loTm 10 Til Hun HunLOSPOX RUI RUILosIOS
LOSPOX LosIOS Feb lcb IH 1Thl Tho Cnpf nIl Ti 7Jm en Gatrtta Gatrttaprints Gaulloprlntl
prints prlntl nn ofllclnl oOclal list t of tho Ioer prisoners cap captured ClP ClPtund ¬
tured ilnco Incu the eontmeneement Iommencemenl of tho war warTho wlr wlrho
Tho ho list contains 418 0 names namesFlint lales lalesu lalestlld u
Flint SnrTlrn to Detroit DetroitThe Itlol ItlolThe
The X w Ycrk crk Ccntrali Ctnclll MD trolt flpfcltl Imei ImeiJI In
JI w York at 4i 01 > u P 1 M 3t Torr ilsy olY lino iertlr DO DOtoctu DOe
2 toctu e f rr re llluuilnatcd Iluwlnated by b11111ch Ilnlich light tllbtt Jdo
KtlNKIt 1IHW nRIKUMKt wmrIJU IHIXCK 1Inr IIKflin IIKflinTiikm ltll
Tiikm 111 the Ih Orllool > < rmliin to JInkn Ink Another llolhlr Speech Speechfur Ioe1
fur n IIUs Jl Nnvy Nnvyfffriat NI1
fffriat 1 al CMt rah iHtiiotch filak tn Tut TII SUK SUKBitnilN 8u 8uJKnIN
BitnilN JKnIN Fob oh 13 Tho homecoming homocomlDr from fromtho Iromthl
tho thl Orient of 1rlnoo lnoo Hnnry Ihlr ot rruida rruidaKmpnror lrull lrulllmlAor
Kmpnror lmlAor Williams Wlllm brother who wn wncommander a acommlllrr
commander commlllrr of tho German niutdron niutdronIn
In Aftlatlo Aslato water was tho tlo oocaslnn occa lon of ofan ofI
an I enthusiastic Inthuslasto demonstration Iomolltrnton ThsEmpuror ThsEmpurormet Th 1m ror rormet
met him at It th tl < > railway raiway station ata lol Tho Thl route routethonco rCuto
thonco 11100 to tho caHtlo caMto was thronged throlloll with wih chuM ehtmrlug chuMIII
lug III crowds crolYl8 At a I subsequent KUICfluOlt laiuiuct tho thoFmperor thoFmleror
Fmperor Fmleror In a welcoming wolcmlDI n MIMch pooch sild 11 that thlt tho thoonthuilasm
onthuilasm of tho people p oplo was WO nn ni endorsement endorsementof eldorsomerlt eldorsomerltul
of his hl naval policy policyU plor plora
U I an In Indubitable hllublnblo Index nd hla hlaMajesty hil hilaJoKt
Majesty aJoKt of how hol thoroughly the tht nation com comprehend comprohondd ¬
prehend the necessity for strengthening atronlthonlnl our ourHoa ourSJI
Hoa SJI power pwer Tho German people nnd prlnrctt prlnrcttaro prlnccIro
aro Iro at lt ono with wlb their Emperor Empror In Inthe Inthl
the thl determination Ilolerrlalton tooroct to eroct a now landmark lndmlrk of ofthe ofth
the th countrys cOlnlra mlchty development corlolmlmt by creating creatinga cratO
a groat Iroa fleet let adequate de ulto to t Its requirements requirementsTIIK rOQulrement rOQulrementTI
ObJcton Objection United Ralld In th be Chamber Chambe to Oar OarDiitln OUI
Diitln on 01 Hl Ollvoi OIYII and Oroncio Oronciof OrAI OrAItptal
f tptal pedal CMt Cole fJlol x p < iteA I Tni Htm HtmHOME SU
HOME Fob 13 13In In the Chamber of Deputies Deputiesto DopulkKtda
to tda > day the Under Hoorotary toorot r ot Com Cmmerro mores do dofended dorcnted
fended rcnted the commercial agreement Olroelent between betweenItaly betwupnIaly
Italy Ialy and the thl United Unied States Stats which was signed signedby slOl slOlby
by Special B clol Oommlsilonor Ommlsilonor Kaston KIQn and llaroa llaroaFnva Iaol
Fnva Fnva tho Italian I lal Ambassador Ambfs dor at VTaHhlnRtnn VTaHhlnRtnnon WMhlnltol
on Fob eb B BTno A
Tno Ti Opposition 01 psiton madn mldl a sharp shrp attack on thn thnagreement thl
agreement Rlroement alleging alllln that tho Italian Itll Govern Government Oonr ¬
mtn ment had obtained oblllnod no advantages dvantalcs Sprclli SprcllioLjocton Special Specialobjection
objection oLjocton was made Dadl to tha American merlon dutlos dutos on onoils onold
oils old olives olvolnd and oranges orangesTMAXXT OrlnlO OrlnlO71llvr
PiaD Plnno Factiirlv Dvclila to Afnvn Mn Other OtherIlnnt Oth1
Ilnnt Iot to Icnve Lonl thn th City CityCiliciiK Itr ItrCmCAno
CiliciiK Fob 13Owlog 10wlll to labor Ilbr troubles troublestho trouLIts trouLItsthe
the piano factories fac res ot tho W W Klmball Hlmbll Com Comoatiy ComDlnyond
Dlnyond oatiy and Smith Smih Barnes Company will wi bo ro romovud 10 10moud
movud from Chleazo Chlrio to t Springfield 8lrlnllcl Ohio and andIlockford 1111 1111Iokford
Ilockford Iokford III I respectively resctvol Thn Conoyer Cnover Com Company CCm CCmtany ¬
pany has h also nn al agent alrnt looking loldal for a site 110 to towhich towhich
which to remove Its I Chicago Chlonlo plant tIIBt BO ns to tobo tobll
bo beyond tho baleful Intluonoo Inlueno of the Con Central Contrul ¬
tral Labor Lbor Union UnionThis UnionThl
This movement from Chicago Chloalo la II search searchof Buoh Buohof
of relief rolef from walking delegate delelale Is not notconfined notcfnlnld
confined cfnlnld to the makers tlkors of pianos J 1Farwol V VFarwoll
Farwol Farwoll A t Co have hlvo bought b0111 a slto IltB nt ntBenton lt ltDonton
Benton Harbor larbor Mich fch to which to remove Its Itsshirt la laIhlrl
shirt Ihlrl skirt sklrtl clonk cllAk nnd Ind overall overl factory factoryA rllctlrv rllctlrvA
A number ot 01 clothing cloth In concerns proposn rtopS nn nnamalgamation In InRIIlllalllton
amalgamation of Interests e which will 11 permit permittlm ermltth
tlm RIIlllalllton th showing showlnl of goods loods In a single Inile establishment establishmentIn cKtablshmont cKtablshmontIn
In Chicago and nlt the Ih removal rmo I ot all I othnr othnrbranch Ilhr IlhrbrnnehM
branch of ths th business b lnfM to smaller emalr towns townsvtneroltia townshr
vtneroltia hr Ihe cutters cuterl and tailors taloII may work ork with without Ith Ithout ¬
out IClr ear of modulation modulationChicago Iolftatnn IolftatnnChcllo
Chicago Chcllo Ini3 his felt f lt the tlo full ful force of the dlffar dlffari tlrar tlrarICK
i > nc ICK s between bet weIl tho employers and nn organized organizedlabor orllnlzfll orllnlzfllIlbor
labor Ilbor anil It I Is only n question < ot ottlnio 01tll0
tll0 tlnio when fromo ralloal lieal move 10 on onl war waror 18
or other must be mndo If I the Ihe Inlons Inlonsnrn
are to control Introl mll say lay mnlo the employer emrlorer It will willlit
lit h the clteca leet ot driving drhlnl amy from fromChicago fom fomChlc810 wt
Chicago Chlc810 a number of factories lactrle whloh whlohemploy wboh wbohemllo
employ emllo thousand thQ andi of men and slvo slvothl Ite Itetlii
thl tlii city tho the reputation reputlton of being elnl the thebest
best Let city clr In n America for business On the theother theother
other hand thelnbor leaders leater cry Cf out that thlt If th themployers ths thsemrlorcre
employers are allowed nloct to h haVB vo their own way wayIt wayIt
It will wil b bs a step slel backward bckwarrl Instead Instlnd ot forward forwardIn rorwad rorwadIn
In trying trr ng to elevatn eleIIA the worklngman workJn man above the thestandard th thstnnlRrd
standard VlOWH VlOWHKm stnnlRrd vlo of slavery 111ory Each Ech side has his Its ls own ownVlOWH ovnvlo
vloJ Km J rllofPI plover ot labor labo In Chicago Chlcalo are IfO arriving arrivingat arlTlnl
at II the conclusion concln lon that It Is useless U el8d to attempt attemptto allsmlt allsmltto
to operate O > rto their Ilelr business buslnels ns lS they with wlb Since Sinceinn Rlncoth
th inn labor aclUtlon nllltlon and nnt the th various illsagreo illsagreomenu Illsliree Illslireemnt
mnt menu betwoen btIWfOn employers cmploror nnd Inl employee employeetwgan fmpln e eblln
twgan blln some months ago 810 the employers employersUna emp oferl oferlUnl
Una that no matter later hov ho strong stroll their reauesU relets reletsfI
tor protection Irol clon from frol the Ih city cll officials nflalK for the themen themnn
men who fako the tllsHatlslleil IIHatKle1 f fmpl fmplplnclK > mp iV iVplnci
plnci plnclK < n In II the Bhons 8hOI It Is Invariably Invrilbiv denied deniedthtm dtnler
thtm not directly 1 ot course but butthe butth
tlm n llrct
the th pollen ple protection pollct1on I afforded alorted them themIn I III
In II times of trouble I rl I 10 U 1 wholly wholy Inadequate InllloQlutl forthe fortheneeds forthelels
needs lels The Th olJleers ofcera on guard euBrd sympathize IJmplhlze with withthe wih wihthe
the strikers slrlkor and atI refuse to see tho aataulu nauulloom nauulloommltod com committed ¬
mitted nonunion mltod by mono raonTUK monoTIn picket flokel or other outrages outrales against againstnonunion 8llnat 8llnatnonunlon
TIn y vxrr A ynrns 10 Y D ynini n VEV VEVOBlcers 1 KV KVOflcen
Oflcen OBlcers nnd Sailor SDtor Lacking LarkIn for or tbo Fin FinNrw 1lne 1lneN
Nrw N IlnttlPihlp IlnttlPihlpWASIIINOTON Bnttnhlp BnttnhlpW
WASIIINOTON W ARIOTO Fob 13 A stnta of nffalrs It lr ex exlits exIt
It lits In the United State Navy IUY which will willdoubtless nl
doubtless astonishing to European Europeannaval
douLtes provo frovo aitollshlni Eurltln Eurltlnnnvnl
naval powers In a report rprt transmitted to toCongres toConlreu
Congres Conlreu today th Secretary Socretlr of the Navy Navyexplains XlV
explains 01110118 that tho Navy av Is I so ahorthnnded shorblnde < In Inofficers Inofoer
ofoer officers and men that thlt new vessels vssels nearly rcadjr rcadjrfor reat
for service cannot Clnnot be b put U Into commission commissionwithout commIsson commIssonwihout
without wihout withdrawing withdrlwlm other olhlr ships hlll from frm active activeduty aote aoteduty
duty and oven then the new lew vetsuls Ilka Ilkathoso lke lkethoso
thoso commissioned must to with withcomplements
now comml9slond go 10 sea wih wihCOltlelentl
complements COltlelentl too small smal for tho best Interest Interestof Iltersts Ilterstsof
of tho Government GovernmentThe
The ships shlpf In commission comml lon are manned by bylO
1002 lO officers ofcers atd led 14000 UfflJ enlisted cllslod men The Thofull Theful
full ful complement Is 1272 127 officer ofcer nnd Ind 221H1 221H1men 22111 22111men
men There Thpf Is absolutely nbKolulel not ono man mln now In Intlia Intie
tlia tie service available Rmlablo for tho big bll battle battleships batl batlahlrs
ships Kenrsarge KnrKDII Kentucky K nll ky Illinois Ilnol Alabama Alabamannd Inbnmnnn
nn nnd ahlrs Wisconsin Wiconsin which will wi DO ready ren < y to be put putInto putInto
Into commission between now and Tune Each Eachof
FIch FIcho
of o these big bll chips needs at least 1I19t 4W men If Ifthny I
thny thlY wcro In Kuropcnn Jurol1nn neots navies nRlel their comple complement comlle ¬ I Imnt
ment would do more than six Ix hundred men menAmerican menmnrlcal
American mnrlcal ships however are manned by bysmallercrewfl bvsmalercrewA
smallercrewfl smallercrewflAdmiral smalercrewA Admiral Imlral Crownlnshleld l of tho Bureau Illrell of Nav Navigation SI ¬
igation Ilnton who pronnrid the hI report snrn that 2ia 2iaofllcors 21 21oncors
oncors ofllcors are ae r rllu < fernrl iulrod 101 for tlm thl report ships h ps which llch1 It nn nneipwrgoncy nnellMloUY
ellMloUY eipwrgoncy should arls aris could bo b made rnady rnad rnadIn
In thirty days IIYs making mlklol a total of 14M4 14 H offlcora offlcorato omcort
to man tho th ships hllo now In commission nnd nndthose nn nnthoo
those which whlel should bo 10 In active Ictlvo service Ilrlce For Fortho or ortln
tho tln shlpit tlmt It would tako morn mo than Iln thirty
days dlUf Input Into commission cormlnlol And thn uaijor uaijorconstruction nDlercOl81ructlon
construction cOl81ructlon tfi I officers oleors and In1 102118 lZIH rnon rnonnllsted
tlon tlonwouhllp
wouhllp rplulrI hrlnaln tho Irlll tolli of ofenl
enl nllsted t nifn m 1 to 320X1 nfI and onl officer omc r aW4 aW4There nt ntThero
There t are 110 Hlxtyone Ilxlono ship Mhll authorlzvil aUlhorl71 ami amiunder nn1unllsr
under construction constrlolon which If I put Iut Into Intocommission In to tocomml1910n
commission comml1910n a tu fast flRt n l completed completedwould complelIwould
would ri rllulro > iulrw nn Increase Increl of offi officer Im Imcr ¬
cer cr In tliq various grades araipi n follows followslliir
lliir 111 Admirals rmlralf 4 Captains CIPlaln 2HCommanders M ommand r
10 Ileutpnlntommlndor I junior II no noIm
Im eA 432 111111 oleos aH NJ tfon
38 3 nnd warrnnt Brllt offlqers 22 J2l a total tol I of 807 M7f
Of f tho thl slxtyono slxlYoo ships shlr thirteen are battle battleships tat ¬
ships ten are nr armored cruisers crul ol and six Ix urn urncrullers r rrolectocl
rolectocl crullers erull ormorel r Tho tlvu battleship battleshipnnt
nnt will wil bo nddfd ntll1 to tho 10 nnry ni bcfnro bcfnroulv bpflro bpflrouly
ulv 1 cannot bo 0 put Iut Into eommU li Itn > n except exceptby exclthy
by tnklng tnklnl officers OmC rK and In1 men mSI from other < hlp h118 nn nnll < l
Inrlng IRJlnl thoso tho up In ordinary ordlnnr As A tlicllvohnttle tlicllvohnttleships tho 11 hRttp hRttpIIlp
ships IIlp will wi more thxn th n double 10ul11 the fighting nlhtn ca capacity capacl ¬
pacity pacl of tho nnvv nlVY It Is certain clrllln thoy thp will wil be put rlt rltInlo
Intoeommli Inlo romml lon n IAMI onon ns a posiblo poalhlohl
Thn hl chief chilI remedy remety 11rlI ngirt > stril 1 to put an end nd tn tnthn Inthl
thn thl shortagH hlrlal of nfllc nfers rs Is I nn Incrraso of KO KOcadets ItO ItOcarllt
cadets carllt nt Annnpolh nnnol eaih year Plr To Induce a mn mnto > a ato
to onllst on lst each It Us I recommended should re receive reo reocelvo ¬
ceive Ire Iree nn ni outfit outlt worth worh 7 7HKLATKD 711I > >
HKLATKD 11I rlm HEA 1m Til 11 XEttS nWI ITIlElTKrVE ITIlElTKrVELawyer IT lFtrrrUR lFtrrrURIawlr
Lawyer Iawlr IHnnrnnn Urother Irothpr John nnd nld C Car r rvrr
vrr rr II 1 Cllne ln Arn rl Demi DemiOn
On Jan 20 John Dlnnein Inull 44 ytam far old 01 of f
3 305 Broome Iromo strcot treelwM wa brought IlroulM to II Bollnvuo BollnvuoHospital Uolovu
Hospital 10lpltal by Dr Rogers 10lers In a Bollnvun 1011vl Hnsital Hnsitalambulance loltal loltalImllulnnco
ambulance Imllulnnco The case cUo was dlugnosuil dlloso1 a opium opiumpoisoning OIDIphonlnr
poisoning phonlnr Dlnnein died cled on Jan Jan2 22 On thu thuMorgue thoMlrlue
Morgue Mlrlue books hokK tho enno enle was M put ilnwn ns John JohnDlnofn JohnIno
Dlnofn Ino n nnd It wa not until nntl TiMtndmr tlmt tlmtth1 Ihnttl
th1 correct enrrlt namo n Innrnml Iornll Dlnnean nnenn wn wnn ni nia
tl n brothiT brollr of Thomas Thtmn I1 1 IMnnenn llnnlnn tlio th lawyer lawyerwho
who lived 1ed with wih him Thn hn patient 1lell h II miI i to tohnvotiikennn tohll
hnvotiikennn hll tlken nn ovordoooof ovorlllo 01 a cholera fhnlpr mixture mixtureSupt mhtue
Supt Ollourk savs oavslhRt that hn dlcillof 1 oo kldnov klav ill illoas u uoaK I
oas flll nntl Rld thnt thlt the cholera eholea mixture mlxtlre he drank hal hndnothing halnohlnl
nothing to do with wih It ItOn I I
On Monday 10111 to alternoon Rlernn Carver Carvfr B Cllin ClnICr ClnICrmry > for formerly ¬
merly minnnor mnllmr of Koster Ko llr V Illura 1111 died dl d In Inllolluvitp In10lovup
mry llolluvitp 10lovup Thi did ld nnt corny clm out until uni yoiti 111r 111rdlY > r rdiiy
diiy dlY Cllnn lno wa a hurt by hI ncabli 1 cahil > cnrtwo lartIo monthn monthnngo monlhHIIO
ngo IIO and hU hiolci leg was amputated amputatedilnhti IDtUlltNI IDtUlltNIhl
ilnhti hl IJell lel llntrhrr to t Icavn Len Irlncetoii IrlncetoiiTniNCKTON lrncetolJ lrncetolJlnCnON
TniNCKTON lnCnON N J Feb 13 13John John Boll BollHatehcr Dol
Hatehcr Ilteher who for the ln Int t four year ar has con conducted condu ¬
du ducted tCI tho expeditions cltoM sent pnt by 1rlnceton 1lneton Uni University UnlIrr ¬
versity Irr to Iatagonla Illalonla In tho tlo Interest Inlcr t of science sciencehas Rclenceha
has ha reMcned re lln1 lih hi plaeo plnl 1 as n ns n Itlat tnnt professor IrOfC8Sor of ofgoology of of1I010iY
goology 1I010iY In tho unlverolv y lo acootit ace t tlit Ih4 curator curatorship curltCr curltCrIhlp
ship Ihlp ot vortcbratrt paleontology laleontolll at tho thoCarneglaMusRurn Ihl
CarneglaMusRurn Clrnpglo lusulln In Plttsburg Pllshurl 1a ln The col collection colIpcton ¬
lection Ipcton of vortabrato fossils flssls marte ml o br b Mr MrAmerica Ir IrJftcl
r durlnl hi threo Buth ButhAmor
unhutlr America unlvtiBlly Jftcl Amor CR t the thl must valuable valulblu lprdllon8 possessed posesaod t br the theunlvtiBlly thounhutlr
tin II innxux IJI A 1 SUIT ix rijvtTr TUlIITF AI AIJKUIXH AI1rlWJ
lie u Wnnti Waltl Cnrtiealu CRrlellu Itritralnnl lIUrnhHllrol from Uilns UilnsIronrlud VII le
Ironrlud lrOllld Agreriii 1101111111 iiit Iii Ullllnit WIIIII In InNull II IIHln
Null Hln nt n Vnliintliui ntunU Fixed Fle1 by h Arbl ArbltrutorsChargei I
trutorsChargei trltorlCharlu rnrioniil lnnII Aiilimnlly AiilimnllyPinauuitii Allln I IPITaIUII
Pinauuitii PITaIUII 1a Il Fob lilTho 1 Tho threatened threatenedsuit
suit In nqultr fU It of II 1 U Prick against IKninKt Andrew AndrewCcrnogln AnlrowCarncll
Ccrnogln Carncll was Hied today In tha Court of Com Common Comnnn ¬
mon nnn Ilaas Mr lr Frlck rlck makes tho charge chargeagainst chlrlo chlrlolalnft
against lalnft Mr Ir Cirnogle C rnole of f malevolence rlelcncu fraud fraulllnli fraulllnlilor80nRI and andpersonal
personal lor80nRI animosity Inlmosll toward Frlck Thn suit lulL Is Isby 18by
by H I C Frlck plaintiff Ilolllf ngalnt alaln t the Carnegie CarnegieSteel Clr ll lleol
Steel eol Company ClmlalY LlmltnJ thnlnJlnd nnd the stockholders stockholdersthn Ktlckhold r rthn
thn rulo rul requiring requlrlnl that all Idloon even those In sym sympathy Kyr Kyrlllhy ¬
pathy lllhy with Mr lr Frlck rlck shall alll l lt > u Included Incllttd In the thesuit tholull
suit lull Tho stockholders who ho aro 110 said hl by Willis WillisF Will
F McCook lcCok Mr I Frlck attorney ottrno to bo friendly friendlywith rrlonllv rrlonllvwih
with wih him aro Iro Ilnnry IlnrY 1hlpps Ihllps who wn WR Mr lr Car Carnegies Cnrbpl ¬
negies best bpl friend frl n H I M Curry and F T F FLovejoy FLoeJoy
Lovejoy Mr II McCook furnished to THE SUN SUNcorrespondent 8UNcorrPHpndat
correspondent corrPHpndat the following fnlowlnl statement statementcovering KtatomentMverln
covering nil ni tho points lnts In the bill bi filed filedthe ed edthe
the bill bi Itself Itsol containing contain In about ten thousand thousandwords Ihou nnt
words wordsIn
worta wortaIn
then two Ilmltnd partnerships partnershipsII
In IKK I thr wcro Imlollartnerhhls
11 II called oalud Caru Caruslle gl Brothers Brolhet A t Co C Limited Limitedwith Ilmlted
with a capital cnDJal of tOoO 5000000 which made mldu steel steelrnlls steolrais
rnlls rais nnd owned only 011 thn thl ICdgnr Jllar Thomson Thomsonstocl fhomMnsttel
stocl sttel mil mi mill mi In Brnddoek Br hloek township lowlshlp nnd 2 2called 2cnled
called cnled CarmgU Cafllh 1hlpps V Co Limited Llmlpll with wlh a acnpltnl acnltll
cnpltnl cnltll of 5X0000 ItOOOO which madu mllo nil al kinds kluls of ofsteel ofsteel
steel plate pht structural atructlrl material mltlrlnllrCn Iron forglngs forglngsmndo fOflnls fOflnlsmnde
mndo tho material nlierial tor anil built buit bridges made madearmor madoarmor
armor platen 1laloKlnll and made ml o material ralorlal for the same sameThU lame lameThl
ThU latter later llrra Irm owned thn upper and Ind lower lowermills lowermis
mills mis In 1ittaburg llt burl tho pxtt fxtn > ni lvo Homestead Homesteadmills Ilmtsteall Ilmtsteallml
mills ml at Homestead 10mRlrlt tho Keystone Bridge BridgeWorks Irllle IrllleWork
Works In Ilttsburg litHburl tho armor pinto mill mil near nearHomestead nrr nrrJomoKtcal
Homestead JomoKtcal tho Hartman llrtmln Htnel Works In Bea Beaver lel ¬
ver county and other properties propertiesCarnegluowned prportcR
Carnegluowned Carnoiio owoell more mor than tin 50 ro percent por cent of ofeaeh
eaeh of tho old olt firms frma and ho with wih Frlck Frlck1hlppH FricklhlppH
1hlppH nnd 1111 others owning ownlbl Interests In ench enchformed elch elchformod
formed In 1H02 112 what wht constituted conKtlulo n new OIV part partnership parthErhl ¬
nership hErhl called calet tho Catnegln Caleoln Bteel Company CompanyLimited CmJlnr CmJlnrIlmtet
Limited Ilmtet In thlf thl Carnegie Carnpilo retained rolRllel1 mora morathan mor morthln
than thln 50 5 per Ipr cent ent nud now bns h lS fiHi lHs per cent centwhile contwhlo
while whlo Frlck rlck has I 0 percent por eelt Both 1oth old firms firmsworn Irm Irmvero
tho which had capi capital capltill
worn merged mfrled Into now no a I ¬
till ot 25000000 2iOOt1 anil I I operated olrlo1 nil ni tho old oldworks oldworke
works Thl new n flrffl fr was under unter the Immedi Immediate Immedlate ¬
ate care eart nut nlt supervision utrvllon ot Frlck 03 O chairman chairmanfrom ehlirmnn ehlirmnnfrom
from 1812 1B1 to Dec Ute fi I IKiO IHuf It 1 greatly IrlIly enlarged enlargedtho pnlarlod pnlarlodthe
the capacity of Its If different 11fcrcnt works work enlarged enlargedtho enlnrroll enlnrrolltho
tho output nml 111 purchased lurehled other plants Ilants ore oremines orem
mines m IIS Ac AcCarnegie c cClrneilo
Carnegie Clrneilo lived Irellll In Now York passed Iuo much of ofhit ofhi
hit hi time tme abroad uLroat remaining re0llnlnl at ono time tmo for foreighteen forellhtlen
eighteen ellhtlen consecutive consecute months He 11 did 111 not pre pretend Iretend ¬
tend to manage mlnRe the current business although althoughhj alhoulh alhoulhh
h hj wns wn consulted consuled as to 11 Important Im ortant matters mattersThe mtcrsThe
The business s from 182 11 to WOO was enor enormously cnormou ¬
mously mou ly profltabln growing rlwlnl In leaps and Ind jump jumpfrom jumlfrom
from year cnr to year Plr until unUIln In 18IM 1tl tho firm frm nctu nctunlly lelt leltaly
nlly aly mad on lowpriced lowrlcet contract In net netprpflts netprCfU
prpflts prCfU lifter paying poylal nil ni expense OXIpnAi of all allkind ni
kind klnt 821000000 21OOOO In II November XoemLlr 1MM 1MMCarnegie 11
Carnegie estimated e tDatp1 tho nut nt profits profls for lorlOW
lOW at 310000000 10000 and Frlck then estimated estimatedthem estmated estmatedtblm
them tblm at H200O 42000000 Carnegl Carnoll valued vlnpt the en entire ontre ¬
tire tre property nt lt over J250WJOOO 2 OfOOO nnd nli avowed avowedhis nowcdhl9
his nblllty nbllh In ordinarily ordinarI prosperous lrOlrOI time tmp to tosell tolellho
sell lellho tho property OIQr ontheLonJon on the LnJon market for ono onohundred ole olehuntrel
hundred huntrel million milon pounds > unds sterling sttrlhil or fCOOOOO OOO
000 0 In May 11 18 IB 0 Carnegie Cumciio actually ncllllr received receivedIn rcsl 1 1In
In cash op h and Ind ttlll etl keeps f1000 1170000 given Ilron him hima
a a mere bonus bonul for hU ninety Ilnetr daysoption dRrs oton to tosell tosel
sell sel hU fiSH r per er cent cent Interest Inllrrt In this Ilis Steel SteelCompany StelCmlnn
Company Cmlnn tor 107050000 157500 FrlckUf 1rlckO por cent centon conIon
on that basli Ln11 would oUhl bo 0 worth worh ft237 ft237FrIck W237X W237XFrick
Frick now Alleges nlllls thaI right rllht at tho height hllht ot otthis If Iftbl
this tbl enormously enormu tW I 8iiccei Stcct > sful llul hunlness hIMlntKS whereby wherebyat
at least lelRt In II part ho made for Carnegie Clrnello thns3 thns3enormous thsnormoul
enormous profits nnd values Carnegie sud suddenly ¬
denly normoul and al1 trnt with 11 malevolent maltolon Intent toward towardhim 10lvarl 10lvarlhIm ut
him cenl hIm on Dec 4 1K 1H arbitrarily nrblrlrlv dcmnmted dcmnmtedof
of him 01 his resignation ns chairman and nnt this thiswithout thIswlhou
without nny reason rea ol oxcept to grutlfy IHlty Cnrnc Cnrnceles Coro Coroalcs
wlhou eles malice Frlck in the Interest of ofimrmony 01lnmony
imrmony mllct gave his resignation rsllnnton nnd nndsubsequently nnlub
subsequently lnmony ub tlllentIY 1n1 on 01 Jan 11 1IHX 10 nftcr nfe Carnegie Carnegiehnd Carnolle Carnolle18llhu
hnd thus deprived him of his hl oUle olc hn itnrne itnrneciodemiia ICnrnIlsldemRnIlol
ciodemiia 18llhu < Ie of Krlck lrlok tlmt Imt hnt h Frlck i should shouldsnll houldII
snll IlsldemRnIlol to tho th tlrm hi Interest t In It at n Ilirurn Ilirurnwhich IIurs IIurswhIch
which II would ould amount am01t to less than onehalf of ofwhat ofwhn
what this Internet t Is fairly lalrl worth orth Frlck lrlck re ref 1
f fU01 u d to t sell sel lit lt that thlt price but ofTernd oIero1 to s AI ll llund
und In1 allow three men m n lo vnlun vnus thn th Interest Iltercst Bold BoldCnrneglo soillnrn
Cnrneglo nrn alow lfo refused relu o1 this In1 ml left Frlck Frck threat threatening Ihreatenlnl ¬
ening him for f not vleldlng to his hf demand demandFrlck Ilemnnlirick
enlnl Frlck rick now no > alleges 11te tlmt lifter uler his hl resignation resignationnnd rpllnlon rpllnlonInIRt
nnd InIRt at thn time of this lnt Interview Cnrnogle Cnrnoglewn fnregte
wn f rimdulentlr flutulntr and secretly sccrrlr without Jrlek Jrlekknowledge lrlck lrlckknowloliio
knowledge knowloliio 1 or consent oon nt attempting Rt mlln to carry lry out outn outn
n schema chcml Which whl h If I sucenmful AueC fll would enable enableCarnegie pnKbloCnrnII
Carnegie CnrnII n Carnecle Carnplle hoped to contlscato contlscatoFrlcks connscalt
Frlcks Interest Inl reRt hi II tho til firm frm nt probably Nobally not notmuch notmich
much mich over 011 Xi allor ror cent of o Its real value j that tlnt I Inay
nay lay not over tl XOlK for what on 01 the bant bantnf bolinl
nf Carnegies Crne lo opinion OPlnltt wns nK woith Sl2a 10238000 10238000This UO
This scheme which Frlck rIck says ho can eRI provo provowns 1101
wns hl to revlvu und reinstall reln III and nnllllkc make opera operative oporatlvl ¬
tive tlvl mi unexecuted nnd nll abandoned obKllon1 socalled socalledIronclad
Ironclad agreement of 1H7 1 7t which related relatedsololr rolalllloJr
sololr loJr to CarncBlf CqreiI Brothers t Co Limited Limitednud Ilmltolnld
nud nld never nPer did dhiinollllo Include thn th Cnrnegln Carnllo Steel teel Coin Coinpany ComIan
pany Ian Limited iiudnl ud alo o to iittumut Itult1 to mnlin mnlinbinding mRkl
binding ItlpII on Frlok Fr k nnothnr onllhor socalled Kocalld Ironclad Ironcladagreement Ironclld Ironclldalroomolt
agreement of 1W2 1 n2 which Carnegie nevpr neV r be befora berfO
fora alroomolt had hld oxocutod OIcCltod which hlch Henry lelry 1hlpps 1hlppshid IhlPPH IhlPPHh11
hid Always alwnyi refused roflel to execute and andwhich alil alilIch
which Ich many other oth r partner had 1111 never neversigned n vr vrel
signed el nlll This hls Agreement ncreompnl contemplated conlIIlltOI In II 18 lHII lHIIClrneile 2 2solutely
knewai now
Clrneile lrlcl IHelos wa3lb wa3lbolulcly
solutely void ill In IK 1H Hi nud 0111 yut Caraoglu Caraogluappear CRrnell CRrnellUIPenrH
appear nt o meeting me tln of thn Board pf of Mnniignr Mnniignrof lnllr lnllrf
of UIPenrH f the Carnecln Stel trl Company Cotpal held on Jan H HItXK
ItXK 1 In Corlhl Frlcks absence n nce and presented senlol so P Mr MrFrlck Ir Irrlek
Frlck 1 rlek chorees eharil fal and inll misleading OIIadlnc Ir nnolutlnns nnolutlnnswhoreby I olullou olullouwhorehy
whoreby hi h > alteinptml nttltf llo to rnakn tlk operatlvi opPnl 1111 1111rluhtlt > ind indrnlnhtiite
rnlnhtiite rluhtlt tliM th socalled socIU11 Ironclad Iron lall agreement arrlJut of of1M87 ofIHH7
1M87 and nine directed his copartners corarlnlrlio to slcn slcnthi slcntho
thi < socallcil ngroomont nlrpemnt of 1HI2 IHI which hleh neither neitherho
ho h nor many of o them had hlllhurtolure theretofore executed executedAll
All 1 101 till this Carmgln Cnrllllt It 1 charged chlrlel did ld secretly secretlynnd Ieretl
nnd 111 Im purl IJtHly wly concealed tho knowledge knowledgethereof knOvloJie knOvloJietrsof
thereof from Frlck FrlckCnrnegln
trsof Cnrnegln Corell it t lrlck lrlckCorell Is I charged chnetI was WIS enabled enbltll to con control contrll ¬
trol liid nrtmirH > becanttn 1Jon I most 10S of them th 1 still stillownd 11
ownd thollrmpurchatsmoiiHy thn ltrehaI e for their Inter Intere Intert
Irln 001
e > U nnd Cnrnegle nrnlle dominating lorlnnlul the llrmbva llrmbvamajority Irnll R RmRlorlty
t <
majority lntDro IntorQlt t thoy tho wore It I I alleged Ilelolln Ilelollnwllni un unwilling ¬
willing mRlorlty or unable unlM to withstand wlhlaml hi demands demandsCarnigln rcmandK rcmandKCnr
Carnigln wllni Cnr lo Induced Inlhlclo some nro of hi copnrtnnrs eorarlUU to tosign toSII
sign thn soenlicil KOIRlpII ngrenmnnt Klrprnl of IMijnnd 1 1Rn < then thenncoorillng lhncotrlln
ncoorillng to Frick without warning wurnlnl sprung sprunguoon
uoon cotrlln f Frick rick n notice on olJan Jan IS Ir WOO which vh Irll ch ho honl 10nlso
nlso nl o cnUKod cnu ld notco hi copartner cOInIUlr to sign IIIU secretly secretlyexliencH scorllrl scorllrland
and which w bUHd 1on Ihl Irulobllol
exliencH lXlillnN ot the th socallnd ocll Ironclad Irrlclil agree agreement alre alreUpat ¬
ment Cnrnogle Frick charges clarl followed 101lOV1 this thisnottcn Ihll
nottcn Upat by compelling complln on 1Vh 11 1 I III > MHJ Schwuli Schwulitho Hohwul
tho nolo 1rosMent nf tho company co 11a I to transfer trnKlor on onthe 01
the 1101roslInt book bok of the Ih company COmllln all RI > f Frlcks Frlok Intfr Intfrests 1111
te ests fStA In the Ih Carnegie Ilrnoll Htcnl HtIIloJltIY Company Limited Limitedto Ilmlel Ilmlelto
to tho company nml IIJ bu now nol preUm 11111 tlmt tlmthe thlt thlthn
dictate to Frlck Frlckthe
he tnrneglc nrnello cnn practically tlraetlcalr Frilk Frilkthe
the vniuiuit vldu iL which whlcl hn h will wil tnkotlipso Ilku tle Intorests IntorestsHn IntorstI
Hn as ooorl ert tlmt 11M Frick l 10 not no Hnlltlod fnllNI ti t > nny nnything 11
thing I lor the Ih good ood will wil if I the Ih company Is not notontltled nutontltt
ontltled thlnl to haG his Interests Inlrre l valued R I nsofn nsofngoing Mol MolInlnl
ontltt going Inlnl concern oon < ul but that h iCnrmKlnicati Olrlh cau use useold Udl
old ol and obHolotu OLHOlt flguro I1IrcH which bivo stood on ontho ontho
tho < book for yenis In many mlU repwts re ppIIA un unclnmrnil nnCIIInIIJ
clnmrnil CIIInIIJ 13 into nl to reilncn the valun flln ot I lrlckf rick s sInterests
Interests lrt rH I tn tho neighborhood nllihborhood ho hopes o oiiboutJil000lkXJ oIbout
iiboutJil000lkXJ ftOOOO ftOOOOA
Ibout ACarnngl A owns W r rt > percent por cent of tho Car CarnegleStnel CRrhrll
negleStnel Clrnell II I Company OWD an7 Limited Ilnlo ho will wil then thenfont th r <
hrll font own more 01 Minn tinehull lne hiI ot 0 the thetllrrlt thetllrrlthiol > por pout poutwliieh
wliieh 011 Frlok sellfl and n1 if I linpnn I Rllhl tliimncriulruli tliimncriulrulipercent lerlulr a aIr
percent Ir hiol clnt lrlok nf Frickt Frek 011 holiilngs holIII for what 111 would wouldAmount II
Amount Rmolnt In nbout nb011 SDiOOumi 3IIIUo hn hf will wi mnkn mik a alief I
lief profit Irnm thnt traiiraetlnn Irlu tln alone II0n hnsid hnsidon la11
abovu siateJ Ktate In tho thoneighborhood thonHllh
on lili hi nwn n MllliiB Itlhl NI prliv ao
01 neighborhood borholll Of SWlWfXIO SWlWfXIOFrlek Sootmo SootmoFlek
Frlek further nleue ulol that never Itr slncn Inc 1887 1887had 1A7 1A7hn1
had Flek either olllr firm Irlllnmll1 iiltemptfd to forco a partner flrnr to tosell
sell that mi n Intnst t whatever wa over ne neoulrnd 0 0Qllr1
Ullt Intr wIltlVl
oulrnd 101 Qllr1 under tho socalled ntfriKmwnof nlrHIn 0 IbXi IbXinml 11 7 7nn
nml nn noni nnnf > tinker tl thn tl onn on of l i except CClt thnt nt nttimes lt lttl
times when hn the Ih ilnnnclnl hunclli finilltlon HItln and 111 iiirn iiirnIrs Irl
Irs tl II power f thi Ih > conipnny wore radically rL1inRJ differ differnut unrfltII
nut tlii eompnnydld purhasn the Interest of ofthno 01thrcu
thno fltII diponsod IInnl partners but hy nn al nimcnbla nimcnblanml nmkbll
nml 111 sntisfaoiory sltllnotorr arrungenient arrItlIInt with Ith tlm tlmrepresentative Iht
representative rrpr of each 1ch Never r In the thewholn tl
wholn hnl lnIRtV hUtory ll torr of both bllh firms frl It I I Ideolari Idolarc
deolari WHS It evur vr supi ied thnt thntany thlt thltalY
any partner bad 1 placed pace himself In I iiim Ih po poulllon II II11f
alY orllr
ulllon thnt Carnegie could COIII through IIrmlI itfrfona itfrfonamalice Ldrponai Ldrponaimlef
malice 11f fnrcn him Irom thu firm 011 nnd RII that thlt for forCarnegie
Carnegie mlef lar ll to tl attempt aUImlt hll this thlall In 1IMX through rhrn1lh thu thuculm IhuIul I
culm Iul of proposed agreement fl which lookwl lookwlto
polosot Ilrlcm
to thn lin honor and ald welllining 11Inlll of the 11111110 firm to tocrntlfy I II
crntlfy his personal malice wn a mont Dolt vicious viciousiirnl Iclol
I erly lrronillllc
iirnl Ir1 fraudulent IrRllulnt misconstruction ml con lructon iiml n1 mlsufl mlsufloffhosamn
offhosamn 01 Iho The bill bil allege nllles thnt thlt the th new newEurinershlp nowtlrtnlrshll
sall of the Carnegln Onreiin Ste Bl l Company CompanyImltml omPIIY omPIIYI
I Eurinershlp Llllmi Imltml I not a limited lmited but bil n general olernl partner partnernhlp parlnlrhll
nhlp hll but Frlcg rlcl IB unwilling unwllnl to tnkn tnknadvantage Ilkl
advantage achlntalo of what ho believed 10Ieve1 tn be a limited limitedpartnership ImUtt
partnership pnrnlnhl until hn was we udvlsd lulld otherwise otherwisenlicr o oaUlr
aUlr nlicr this controversy arose and hi hI tlmrnforo tlmrnforooffers threforoofer
offers al cntrovlrs tn sell his Interests Inlerrtl In thn th firm at atwhat
ofer bs
what thrrp businss I mon wi JullO thllU tu I
I fairly Illrh worth b 10 to execute now iiapnraiimklnii iiapnraiimklniia Irslnnklur I II
a I valid RII binding Ilnlnl limited Imlll partnership lulapr hl nnd nlli to tocontinue torlllnlP
continue rlllnlP thn ilrm Irn11 In nil 11 rniiect rpclI us It wns wnlll In InIvndod
1I1110d Ivndod horttoforo to dnilul 10 l to tl continue thij Iho
firm frr even oVSl1 If It Ils Is n Ilenlrl ueneral pnrtntirshlp Intn cOltnue r hh nnd nulll nil nilaw
aw Iru individually Inthhhllly liable Ifblu provided prOIII1 ho be h allowed allowedtoMirtlclpatn llowuII llowuIItIIIHlehRI
toMirtlclpatn tIIIHlehRI In thn inniiagvnient bocuuho LCIUhO to toleav
leav 1111 tho tlo solo olo maimgoment mlllltllll 11111iemon to Cnrnigln CnrllI would wouldresult woul1rlHllt
result rlHllt Bventuallyns a ho Frlek hellovim hlovno In Intlnnticlnl InIIRlcIRllo
tlnnticlnl IIRlcIRllo h I Carneglo Clanpl rrl refuse H nllthesu nllthesuolIerH 11 thl
olIerH then UI ho nsks nkH tho court tndlsiolvn to IAollo thn thnpartnership th thPlrlnlrhll
partnership Plrlnlrhll and 111 to hnvn hln n receiver uppnlntod uppnlntodto
to tribute trlule cellthn sl t the tlo h property lrllrt balanen balanenThn balnn und unll tiaytho til tlebtn ltbl and Ind ill illtribute I
Thn chief chiII stock hlockholtr holder of thn company nro nroAndruw aroInfruv
Andruw Infruv Cnrnegle Cal If owning 111111 68i I per cent centllunry llllt lllltHunr
llunry Ihlpp Ihll I Jr I r 11 1 por ei COlI > nti George GeorgeLander4 orlo
Lander4 111011 per I r e rent nt lJ M I Hchwiili fehwlh1 t per cunt cuntII
II 1 M Curry lrry W II I Hlngnr HIIr I C 1hlnps lhlls fpr nnd nndA
A U ruaenok lUIIIk piicti uch owning ownll J p r emit F rt T TF
F t Iovejov Thomas Thnml Morrison Iorl on Ir G foorll nrir II IIWlthtmiui 1
Wlthtmiui Wllhlm11 nml nl1 1 1 H I Olemnon el ol Inlh na nwnlnu nwnlnutwothird Inlol
twothird tWtllrt of lt 1 per cent celI Lovejny I trutteo trutteofor tru to tofor
for thiKMinpHiivof tl IJIII of nn In undlvldtnl 1111111 onehalf on halr of 1 1per
per 11 font 1111 nnd nn them th ro nro thirty other eiuli eiuliowning ellh ellhmlll
owning mlll from 1101 oneeighth onllllh ot I t tur > or cent Clt to 1112 1112per 111 111pr
per eent lnt Mr Ir Frlck owns OIIS I pnr cent centMr ontIr
Mr Ir MeCooks Htntcmoiit slntmllt doits 1101 not cover tint tintMil II
Mil 11 Plillruly Pltrvy tn II nil RI It I Kevnrltv rltl In the bill billJlr III IIIIr
Jlr Ir Frlek siwaks Ilk of frnudulont Irlltuleni nut ne of Car Cnrnegln CarntIIA ¬
negln ntIIA anil alll hi ptirsoiml 11111111 animosity 1111Olly toward towardme towlrl towlrle
me e Hu le ullegni 11t11 thit 1111 on 01 Djc 1 C IWHi IWHiCnrntgli1 1111
1 1lolllI1
Cnrntgli1 ll uottiated ICtlltt by malevolent 11101Int motives motivesilauinnilid motlI
ilauinnilid lnm lolllI1 hi rpHlgnntlou rfRlllnlol and Int that thatCnrneulo Imt ImtCn
Cnrneulo Cn 1111 0 wa In u 1 fraudulent lrllIII llt ccliemo ccliemoto chlmu chlmutl
to tl ildpreclntn Frlcks lrlek Inturunt Intnrl1 In II tho thocompany th theomlan
company from n value Iuo of 1 tOO tOOto X00 X00to
to linehalf Ihal or that thlt value Mr Ir rrluk I rick In Intho II
tho bill umphaslzeM ImhaI11 tho Ih nllegetl fact Ilot that thatCnrnegle thlt thltClrllllo
Clrllllo Cnrnegle 11 did di not lot himself Ilm ol sign 8111 thn Ironclad Ironcladngrenment Irolell1 Irolell1nrcmelt
ngrenment nrcmelt ot IHliJ lHI until 1111 Jan H 1 lIM H thnt tat ho hocompelled hl
compelled comluIJ other pnrtimr nrIIM on tins Ramo RlmU day to toHlgn tl
Hlgn 1111 that agreement IlreJInt nnd 11111 that he ho then IIn iifccd iifccdthese 101
IIl these I Hlgnuturo llnllro to attempt aUtnlt to compel cmpll Frlck tn tntransfer tl
transfer tralKllr Company COInny hi Interest Iltoru 1 In II thn th Cnrneglu lnreiiu Htool HtoolCompany 11001 11001COInny
lleieriiiiee lrlp Is mndn In McCook stutoment slltomClt to tothe toIhl
the Ihl Io fact Ilct that Ilat mltl rrusldelit Iruhllt Hchxvnb transfnrred transfnrredFrlckH IrRIfrrt1 IrRIfrrt1Frick
FrlckH Frick Iiitorest Iltur1 on ni thn UI books to the th Cnrneglo CnrnegloHtetil Ilrllll
Htetil Company CIIIIt The bill 111 nllegos UIll that tho com company ¬
pany now IllV protend lrcld to own Frlck FrlekM stock stockilthoitth HtQekIlthollh
Ilthollh 111 ilthoitth he lilmsolf hlmol never ltvr tniimferrtid trllrrrlil It nnd nndHint
Hint tlnl It Intend InIII to pay for It I only olly In II small smallInstallments MIII lnt
Installments 11811111ItK out 011 of f Its I profits prlt The bill bil
tiiriliirnlleges flfllr that tha Carnegies attempt tn ex expel 1 ¬
pel him from the Ilrm rm Is not lot miulnornotimed miulnornotimedhy mIl or l1tll1 l1tll1hI
hy honorabln hnloall motives mOIh but hit ln I a doteruilnatlon doteruilnatlonto totlrlllatlon
to punish Iunl h Frlok Frlr principally lrllrhII lieuiusn beellA of tho thofalluro thofilII
falluro of 0 tho sohome by 1 which Carnegie wns VS to torealize t
filII realize over 01 157000000 Ir OOOO for hi hlH Interest nnd nndnlnn nnllRO
nlnn RO rOBlw In II part to tl muku gnln Inll for lo himself 11111 by seizing seizingFrlckV KI7lnl
FrlckV frlck Interest rt at very ry far III below trlow Its real 1111 nnd nndfair nn1ralr
fair value valueThn 111
Thn Th hill hil points nut thnt thlt when whll tho Ih Carnegln Carnegln8tfel Cararll CararllHt1
8tfel Company omllln Llniltml wn orennloil orlll7ol with wlh n ncapital I
capital callalol of 2 Jr00 OIJO < iO < jo nil but Ilt iOOOUODO rOlt wns wnstn WIS WISto
tn ho paid plllllin In In cash IIh No cash ea h wns aK tmld nll nnd nndthe nn1thf
the thf value 11111 wns R madu mldl UP UI otherwise therifiro therifiroIt IhlnIoroI
It I Is clrtlnioil the tl conipnny COmrlUI In I nol a I limited limitedpartner Imlh Imlhfarlneohh
partner farlneohh hli but Iut on thnenntrarv th Ioulrll that ttl each Pich nncl nnclnil In
nil 11 of the tl partners lolnorK arn AI liable 101 to creditors NClllor > a aueneral aIenrllartners
ueneral Ienrllartners partners and tho firm Irm Itself Itsel Is a gen general 6cn 6cnurll ¬
urll eral partnorshlp partnorshlpSIIW tartlothlp tartlothlpIU1
SIIW llOJIt IU1 WAS 1 A 1 JltAITOII JltAITOIICoiiBrrsumnn 711 Tfm Tfmlonlrr
CoiiBrrsumnn lonlrr lan Ciinliiiiani Cnhlln Sinprh nt the theMldillinvx Ihl
Mldillinvx Clnli Stirs Nlr Up VI n How HowBOHTON i iHOSTOS
BOHTON Feb ltb 1 s n result reul of tho ehargo chlr6o of oftreason 01teR
treason teR on preferred ngatiiKt Illllt Seiintor 8tltor Hoar lonr Inst Instnight IIt IItnllhi
night nllhi by b Consressmau onlr8Amab Cushmnu CUMhmnllt at the dinner dinnerof dlnlr
of tho tl Middlesex 1Jtl e Club John M Merrlama Merrlamaleading errlam n nIplllni
leading Iplllni member sent a lottvr Itltur to t Secretnrv SecretnrvBillingtoday 8ecrollry 8ecrollryIllnl
Billingtoday Illnl ttay saying sayingTho lrln lrlnThl
Tho Thl remark rellrk of Congressman Contfsmnn Cushmnn at atthn atthl
thn Lincoln Ilnroll dinner llunor last IIt evening oellnl relating r lltnl to toSenator 10Senator
Senator Hoar are nt such a elinracter rhDrctlrlt Itecoms Itecomsto com comto
to me that member mOllber ot tho club who nro nrofriends 110 110frltDls
frltDls friends of Senator Hoar lonr cannot rumaln ullont ullontand lunt luntInll
and Inll a ai tmch luoh n 1 member mllher I de d lrn rn to take takethis lakoIhls
this earliest eRrlsl opportunity olprtully to oxpre e prel my mycondemnation m mcontemnlton
contemnlton condemnation of what was 1 Mid Iald and nld tho thofailure thofnlura
failure fnlura ot thnclub tho club then nnd Int thoro to utter uUtr Its Itsrobuko 10 10robukn
robuko nnd Inll disavowal 1 Ila Qn I Tho nttaek atack upon Sena Senator Souator ¬
tor Hoar 10arlms was outrageous outrous an Insult In ult to tho club cluband ollb ollbaad
and unjust to Senator eltor Hoar l0r and ant will 11 bn L ro roitonted fOent
itonted ent d by many mlnr member m mber of thct Ih club and by bythousands b bIhousands
thousands of Ilcpubllcinn IcluLloan throughout throulbout Massa Massachusetts 310ssl 310sslOhUit ¬
chusetts OhUit It was tho Ih anniversary of Lincolns Lincolnsbirthday Ilncoln8blrthtaYlllo
birthday blrthtaYlllo a time for consuerntloii cOIMuorotlon nnew to tl the theprinciple IhoIrln
Irln principle lploi of Lincoln 1lncoll To 0 thosu principles Irlncllleslt IrlnclllesltpOler ut utproper
proper pOler time tml81n In hi h platens plaoe os Senator Hennor nnd In tho thodischarge thudl
discharge dl hare of hlndtity Snnntor Hpnllor Hour ha hl spoken spokenwhat kn knha
what ha wns In him nnd nn thn 111 people 1fIrl lionor hOlOI him for forIt lorI
It Thn Thl Middlesex Club however Is willing willingthat wllnl
that thlt I thoftit 3dlllMX word of Congressman Comrr man Cuslimnn Cuslimnnshitll CuIlnl
shitll go forth without IM otllclnl robuke roluke nnd I Ithnrefnrono Ith
thnrefnrono th hll rloe Il no longor 10nlGr wish wl h to remain rlmlll n mem memher mlm mlmher
her Ileixee llen e accept ncept my resignation rcellnatou without withoutdelay wihout I
delay dsll I IhMn
Them hMn ha been eonsldornble 10nHltorlJle talk today todaynbout tollaout
nbout out Congressman nlllSmln la Iushninnn ushmln apeivh Sl orh 1re 1reluent Irls IrlsIUIn
luent Braekett of tho Middlesex IIIIsx Club when whenseen wlwueel
IUIn seen nbout Jrlkll the Ih matter refuseil rohl ull to dUsus dUsusIt llhusII
eel ntoul
It but ob oborrll orveil thnt thll the tpplnuse e wn WM very or orsartf
iidirty II sartf Col Dyer lyrr chnlrinan chalrmln of the tht Fxecutlvo FxecutlvoCommlttcn rxfcutho rxfcuthoCCRlmllfn
Commlttcn of thu clut clut said saidTho 8alllho
CCRlmllfn Tho ho applause 1lllauh wa Wil certainly rllinly very ry hearty IIarl It Itmight Itmlhht
might botaken bQ ta n toiinllcato 10 illkRtO tliit inn Ih sentiment sentimentottnn nll1nt
ottnn 01111 club wns WII decidedly deeld with wlh Mr Ir Cu Cnhnilln CnhnillnI hmun hmunIt
It was WI A very vlr bright brllhl speech nnd tho point llt wn wnwell WM WMw1
well w1 I mndo Of course cour the tht construction couitruolou of tho thoword th thworrl
word treason mu mnl t not Im I taken tuk1 In II Its Itsliteral Is Is1r
literal 1 1tne ensa of oren Of n rebellion rchlllon against aliinst tha thaGovernment thoOoernroot
Government 1r Ooernroot Mr Ir Cushmin mennt rather ratherthat ralhlr ralhlrIhn
Mr Hoar to the tttiily tttiilyU
that Ihn HOlr opposition OP10ltul I tlI1Y tlI1Ylel
U lel us ico In tlm Ih Seniite 1nll nml In thn abllni nblni of ofhis 0 0ht
his ht spinehv Hero Icro the water nt nn RI expen o of ofover ofoVlr
over oVlr s4HM lhls t18M had done do o much to stir up thing thingon
on Ibo other side that thn Intatntahlo Imlpnnhlo con conditions COl ¬
ditions dltols now prevailing In tl Luzon Ilzou had hl1 directly directlyperhaps dlrctr dlrctrprh1
perhaps prh1 resulted rellpll from that mil nl > ttiat I ht tho thoppceche thoNtthl
ppceche Ntthl thnt tin h I Is still Htl making mlkll tiro tr hampering hamperingthn hlmrrlnl
thn Ih Government With thnt thlt tlellnltlon delnllon of oftreason II IItrlaol
trlaol treason oOlirnrcut I feel assured Rs uret that thlt the thl sentiment sOIUmont of oftlm ofIh
tlm Ih club wn with lth Mr Ir Cushmnn Cushmnnll CUhmRnlr
ll clnl preentntlvn James JarpK II 1 Mnllon 31lnn nemoorit nemooritof JemOrt
of lr Sotcesterstiirtledthnreposp uc ntllI tfr lartlllhn rpJ 1 nftho of tho House Housetoilay 10uo 10uo10Ila
toilay 10Ila with wih n resolution rfollUol evoked by 1 the attacks attacksmiiln atacks atacksInlll
miiln on 01 Snnntor Hnnlo Hoar lolr nt lt tho dinner of the theMiddlesex tle tleMItle
Middlesex MItle ex Club last night nllh The Til resolution rohllon wn wnIn WIN WINIn
In oftect t tlmt Ihlt as lS certain Congressmen COnlrCROJRPI speak speaking RIlk RIlkInl ¬
ing Inl 1lo In Boston neccuaeii Irceu811 Senator fnnlor Honr HOlr of trensonablo treat treataonbl
sonablo aonbl lrnoolol titternnee ItNanee In II cnnnectlon cOIJcton with the pal palley Poi
ley of thiuinMnnnlGnvernmrnt I Inn I loprnmnt In 11 colonial if iffair
11 tm I
fair 111111 tin members of the Senate un And alI Housn Housnreganled nouorlnll1
reganled rlnll1 such nccusatIon neelpallI a an In Insult Inslil to lolhu lolhuIntlhne the theIntelllgenen
Intelllgenen of thn pniplnof 1 01 Mi 1lchuII achusi > tts ttsnnd
nnd Intlhne rcganlhH reorlhl nf 0 pnllllenl pilral I nfflllntlrins ImIIRtl rieeliro rieelirothnlr claro clarothlr
thnlr i > onlldenci olnII t > in Senator llto Hoars I olrs Integrity Intrlrlt Intrlrlthnnslr
honesty of purpose and nnlil type of Arnerl Arnerlcpnl IJrl IJrlernLm
Tlie T olutlnns referred to thn thnCommittee t tCormltlo
cpnl ernLm < m II rn rOlltlols > wero ero
Committee Cormltlo on Ilule Iluleirv 111
Ior 101 thn tl 1irst Time Hmee Har lln 10 Wn WIS Found FoundiiilltT Fmlc FmlcfullJ
fullJ iiilltT of Ihn Ih JtiinUr lrhr of Jlrn lu Ailnins AilninsFor Inls Inlsor
For or tho first tlmo 110 nlneo 1lnrl tho tlo jury Jlry pronounced pronouncedlloland pronunced pronuncedIolanll
lloland Iolanll B I Mollneux lolleux guilty eult of tha murder mlrter ot otMrs 01r
Mrs r Kathorinu lalhorJlu J Adams AllalK thi prisoners lrIMol < wlf wlfnnd lf1 lf1Rnll
nnd mother saw SIW htm hllll In his II cell In thn Tombs Tombsyiitturday olls ollsn
yiitturday n lnJny afternoon nurom Tin two women WOlel wcro wcronceompanlcil cro croloIIPanlell
nceompanlcil loIIPanlell by Gen 001 Mollneux Iolaolx The 1 partv partvnrrlved larllIrrlvod
nrrlved Irrlvod shortly Ihortr after nier 4 oclock in II n closed closedcarriage rloHet
carriage YOIICK rOi Mrs lr Mollnem lllnp hiI got Iot Into Intosuch 1110 1110uch
such n condition eonlliiol that tmL her physician 11hplcIRI had ndvlsrd ndvlsrdtlutshu nhlr1that
tlutshu that ehe be bl tnkcntn Ilken to sen < < her husband In II the thehiipo
hiipo 110 that the meeting 111111 would w < ult Imvo n enlmlne enlmlneiiffict eilmll
iiffict III At t timusslncn tlltl Inc tho verdict 11 let wnsrendorod wnsrendorodhhe vas 11110 rd rdh
hhe h Ivnl lieen wildly wll livterl hlrrlul al allen
111 len Molineux lolnpl helpeil his wife nnd daughter daughterinlaw IKulhtrr
inlaw 1111 out 111 ol the II carrlngn carrlolo and 11 Appeared nNInr1 nnt to bo boqultn 10 10jlll
qultn pool und eonlMitit COIIIII A prlsnn keeper wn wndetallnd WRS WRStal1
detallnd jlll to tako Ilko thn t wtnnon womollo tu Mi 11uu1tlp1 > liiiuxncnlj liiiuxncnljnfter
nfter Ilhr tal1 tlm matron hud hll rninle mUII a ftw f1 perfunctory perfunctoryilnln IIrlullory
111 ilnln at II 1111 heir clothing eothlue to 1 carrv fr out 011 thn tl search searchnfvlsltorsrule MRrhnrI
nrI nfvlsltorsrule ltrl 111 Except EXelIIt fnr the keeper kplr tlm thl two twowomen I WO
women VOI1 wuronlmie WAn nlll with wih the prisoner Irl ner Young rOlnl
Mrs 31 MotlnonxH loln t grief trhl WAS Ia uncnntrnllnhli uncnntrnllnhliMo IIcontrolnhl
Mo tof th II hour hlr ncLMipled wellh1 bv tlm Ih vNIt vii lien lienMollneux ol
tine tlle Mollneux Iolnll romalnod Imalnul In II tho 110 prison prlMol office 011 chat chattine chnttlle
tineThe The pnrty went nway aWI nhortly Ihorty after f r oclock oclockIKlo oelnokOllltr
IKlo yniiiiger woman IvOmalcIllo koemed to linenlmer lllIII The Themonfor hC
monfor nnd mn drawn drawnlr or mwn mwnIr Ollltr W1S VM dryeyed IlrYII1 but her Icr fnno was Wid whltn whltnnnd whlo whlonn1
lr Ir Allan JIcLann Iellnl Hamilton lalllon moillcal mOllCllonlrl mOllCllonlrlror expert expertfor
for thn Ihl lal dnteiice 11le nt ft tho Ih Molineux olnu trial IrhlrturpII IrhlrturpIIfrom returned returnedfrom
from Havana In111 yesterday IIrlar on 01 thu Ward Linn LinnKteuinMilP 1lln 1llnalhl
KteuinMilP alhl Havana 1IVal nflnrn I rest of nearly lulrh two twowtHk t wn wnWkH
wtHk He I vnljl pa thar thl ho had oiniglit Ntlllt the Ih grip gripabout 11 11alnnl
alnnl about thn til Ham time 11m tint Juror Jllr Uroirn hecamn hecamnnlllleteil lueall
nlllleteil and tint hidntlded 11 1llell ho neeitod 1IIIIeI ehnngn ehnngnol < han I
ol air Ilr nnd senne lie 1 said nll nllI
1 piaUeil frniu froll Hiiviinn Ihllnll on Sntunlay InlufRyIror InlufRyIrorth belom belomthe
th the MiTlniix Inlx jury had nrrlved at RI n verdict ro lct I Iilld
illd 11 not knTviiiythhtfnliout kn allthhlllont it I until unlilh thn < pilot pilotpainn 1llltCRII I
CRII painn ntnnrd alolwllh the Havana Ilmnn this morning Unrnlli I Ithink IIhllk
think Ihllk It N I the tl tnn ot t reinarkntiin rrlrklhlt vinllit rll 1 In thn thnhistory th
history nf 1 criminal crlnlnll jurixiTiileti Jlrlrn1 Mollneux MollneuxHplracv IIIIII IIIIIIIn
In IV 1lllon hl IIon tl Icllm of I on onlrIH I
Hplracv lrIH Thn jury was II milrml In1nlbtly > l illy Intelh IntelhLiin 11111
Liin 01 IUt 111 in Hoiiit 011 Inntniues InMlnl1 purliiti Irla n llttin llttintoo 1111
too much mich m At 1 liiast 11M min Oi of them I hel HKIWI IUVI1 > I ton tonRnitu 100Irat
Rnitu Irat u fnnilniss fOIlusl for theorllni tlorllI11 Tlit irie hud hudmuch lo1 lo1mleh
much mleh to iln with will Hie II vordltf rIt which was wasnpiiarently wa waaPllmnlr
aPllmnlr npiiarently nut 1 basetl 11111 on the cvlileniv ovlfnl Tlo Tlote 110 110Irlmnf
te Irlmnf tlmony nt Innst Iallo tn mo WK I nt cnnvlncltii cnnvlncltiiI con vinci I
I havent hRVII1 thn t slightest lahl t loiiM Ibl thnt Ila thorn thoI will willbonmiw wi
bonmiw Lo I tlOW trlnl nnd nlll I have hn nndmidt I nbout thn thnresult Ih IhruI
result ruI whleh hloh Will wi bn In the thf apqnlttttl nluIUIIf nf Mollneux MollneuxThnndmislim
Thnndmislim 1h olmltun of f testimony Ip tmon In reirnrd r rlln In Unr Unrnf lar
nf ts death it t enms to me 11 will Lo L enough rnollh tn tnpicure to1Olre
nl tII wi
picure a new trial trialDr
Dr Hamilton IW Intimated Ihul ho l tdllvc1 tdllvc1that llevetl llevetltint
tint Ir soinoof som IRI1ol 01 tho witnesses WIIWO wort hypnotUed hypnotUedllnvlc hYllot7lII hYllot7lII10vie
llnvlc 10vie Urines Urlll thn Ih Hull HullThe 111 I
The ho White Htnr freighter frllhter Bovle 10vl whleh hl h nrrlved nrrlvedycsturdny Rrrlede
ycsturdny e lrclny and IlllltldoD neldom bring brll passongers paPloalr8 other otherthan i ithln
than thln returning rolurnlnl cattlemon cBUern had throe cabin cahn vny vnyngnrn
ngnrn Hhe also brought broulht 717 sack a ks of rnall rnallwhich mol
aeoA mUlle the 111 from lhoro la nino IYA IYAwhich
tl which is gool a > o1 winter win tor time vea vei for a twin tvrlnocrjw
101 ocrjw JIV frdiilitor frolllr tme
iivimH l llrop or TIIO 111 iiors mu sstoiniutei sstoiniuteit SJUJIICn SJUJIICnl70
l70 t 7o itKATii rl iouxti JIUII IXNIIH IXNIIHThey 111
They 111 llnvo la Hern leIl Miming III Slneo Sllcn An Ulult UlultWnl am amWfiit
Wfiit Into IIJ n Vnrnnt nralt Iftnun nnl to Iurk 1lrk li lithe In Intl
the tl llnthllpiiril Unlhnlrt thn Ih Cnrrliiknr Cnrllkr and llI lilt liltIn Ihl IhlII
In II lh tl ClnietDoor < Lloitil With Wil n Spring Spring1crcy SIrhl SIrhlIercy
1crcy Toomli of 50 rI Wont Mnotyolghtl Mnotyolghtltn Inetyolihth InetyolihthIrt
tn Irt > et nnd John
nld Johl Tlernoy Tlprloy plumbers plunherd omployni omploynihy
hy Charles CIIHI e Uarinatiidt Dlrmstl < 1 ot 20 j Klghlh Ellhlh nvenui nvenuiworn 1111
worn wor vent cut tu overhaul oIrhall tho plumb plumbIng 1lumbInl
Ing Inl In II tho vacant acIHt house at 10 10Fdgoconibo 101
Fdgoconibo IIcombl avcniio IveliO ycstfrdny iitternoon iitternoonThn Iltrnnol
Thn Thl house hOlst ban hatIWIr never been een occupied Whllo Wil nt ntwork ntwork
work In II the bathroom hlthroom on the second eecold floor 1001 tho thotwo thot1O
two t1O men mOi noticed noleot an odor and ald sot out to trace Irlle It Itto Itto
to Its I source sourceOpening Rureo RureoOltnil
Opening Oltnil olt thn tl bathroom Ilthroor Is a I beilrnom LtllMQ con connecting conn ¬
necting n cllK with another IllOIllHt nt the front of thu houso housoby 10uKo 10uKoby
by u tdiort hor hall hal In II which aro Iru two shallow shallowclonetii 1111101
clonetii the floors foorK llttod 111 with spring Sllrlnl latches latchesTha latchcsTho
Tha latche Ittch nro turiiOl lane1 from tbo outsldo 01111100111 only onlyby
by knobs Once 0100 the thl doors 11001 are Ire closed ell pd It U Iiu IiuposslLlo IwIMslblo
posslLlo lo unlatch ulhllch them from frlm the Ihlln8Id Ihlln8IdTho Inside InsideTho
Tho plumber throw open Or n tho door of tho thooloset thooJoot
oloset nearest nllru8t tho rear rClr bedroom nnd found foundwhat foult
what looked nt flrnt Irt to be b two tWI bundles of old oldclothes ull ullcllthe
clothes cllthe A second look convinced them IIl that thatthe thntthe
the bundles LUIUIK were Werf two small smtllodl smtllodl11lh bodies bodiesBoth
Both men DOI hurriedly hurrhlv lull the II hoiiso hOlsQ nnd told
the llrst lnt policeman Iolclmun they tho met what thi Ihy > y had
found flul1 Tho 1 pollcomnn 10lcUlnn reported rellorll to tho thofst
W fst t 125th street utatlon tnlol und uIll two tlO ward wardnion wnrdIcn
nion Icn wore Wle ont llt out 011 to ltivetliate In lhr8tl Tho
bjillc bllellhlY they found f0111 were tho tlt of two young
boys They Tier were crouched In opposite lt ounl cor cornir eornlr
nir with il thn faces raeol of both toward IowaId oln thn th wall
Oim On of f tho bodies LolcR was Wt nlmost uhlot entirely entirelyntiilo oltrly oltrlyludo ali
ntiilo ludo nnd there wa IIM very 1 littlo 111 elothlng elothlngon IIOlhll1
on 01 thu th other 1nrt llrl of tho clothing clothlna of ofpiioh 01eh
piioh hung hlnl on hook in Illh tho co ut t wall wul On tho Ih Ih1ur
Ui 1ur > or wn n n IIalr pair of small I al Hpvctaolen HIclleh and not fur furaway lurRlr
away Rlr wero wur two small KlnllRlr pairs of liiced Illc 1 MhoeN ho In Inone InOli
one Oli corner of thn closet llo el just below tho cleat
Intn Ilto which wlich tho hooks wero Wl driven llwnj wero WPU mark markthnt marktlnt
thnt tlnt looked like Iko bloodstains hloo taln Both todies todieswore LoI1
WI wore In inch lch a condition cnnlltlol < that tha it was I Impossible IllpKlblu
for IQran tiny one lao to Identify 1lent them themTho Ilwl
Tho llu wnrd wnrllII iletectlvn CII roporle rorle1 to Capt Capt Mar llr
tent tI At thn t1 station tlton Homebody recalled recalledthe fcRI1 fcRI1tl
the tl fact thit last Ilot August 1110 two boy bOYi
living Ivlni In Edgeeomljn dlelnln avenue nfII hud IUJ tllsapprareil tllsapprareilnnil IIalorll IIalorllanl
nnil tho 110 Htntlou KlutOH blotter blulr for August AIlut was
looked up It wns found that on Aug AII a < Charles
01 Ilarlos
Belrne lelr of 111IMgefpnibn llrllaeoom avenue nnd Martin
Loefller of IIU II 1lgoeombn tIucolb nventio aVtl10 lartn hnu hnuroiortDd hnllrJortell
roiortDd rJortell tho disappearance 1Nnlllelraco of their theirtwo thdrto
two son SOl Charles rhlrl lielrno 1lrue Jr one oneof
of tho boys wu 11 1 years old and wore woreHpoctneles woreroeloolrl
Hpoctneles roeloolrl Thw other boy 10 Mnrtln llrln nlr Lonlller
Jr I r wan 1 H year yeIrt old 011 From tho UII description 10ler ot otthe 01th
the th clothing clothlnl worn wor by hI each t orlllol boy the theward thewllrr
ward men knnw that they Ihe had found foundtlHr 10uI1 10uI1tholr
tlHr wllrr loilles Thn h fathers Iilh rl wtrn notified notl1 iiml iimlwent ul1 ul1went
went to the hnupu 10u u where wlln thn bodies bollNI were 011 but butunuld hnllnlld
unuld lnlld throw tN llttln 111 light Ilht on 01 how 10I tho boys bols got Iot
Intn Ilto ihn Ih housn hOI wheio they twy met nlt their death llah
Mr Ir Bolrnu 1lmu raid nll tlmt Ilal hn h know krw that Ihlt it I hnd hndliven hndben
liven tlio Imhit 111Iit of ninny malY of I tin It boys boysIn loYI
In Illh tlm lnime IlmlIl < Ilule neighborhood nlehorhooll to play In and andabout 1111 1111nbut
about Ihn Ih house which whch was wn then In II ohnranof ohnranoftin oharl 01 01un
tin old II carftukor named lule1 Ahearn Ahaf who > hud two twosmall
1111 small son of his hl own Ahearn 1111 lived 11 In thn thnbunument thoLI
bunument LI omllt of the Ih hniiso hou o ntnl nll h hnd 111 not been beenemployed beonemplolllro
employed emplolllro them slnen 111I early plrly In the I hs fall fallByiliiHime fiI
ByiliiHime IY IIi limo thn ti Mndlnu nnllnl of tho bodies had
been reported rplllll nt 1ollco 1olct Hendnunrters l 1111 nnd nndapt RI
Inr apt McClunkernailgned leluskel nf llnell litteetvo 1t tru Sergeant terount <
Frank lrlnk Morn Ior to take tlke chnrgn chlrl ot thi thiCIM Ih Ihea
CIM ea > sending 1Itl with wlh him six Ix other otherdetectlvns
detectlvns IIetvs They roachod rOlclt tho houso
1 last evening venlnl nnd oxnmlnoJ every room rnor from fromthe fromth
the th subcellar NUbcolAr to tho little IItc but found 101 nIl nn ex explanation 1 ¬
planation plannton of how tho tl boys IUYK camo to tliolrdeuth tholr tplth tplthhalf
half nude nll until unll Detective 1leth 1rce 1rcl noticing notcln the theproximity thl
proximity Nlxlmlry of the hathniom Illhrom to thu closet ad advanced udlnellt ¬
vanced lnellt n theory thpol The Tholofl Imys lelt 1I thnlr homes homtson homtsonAIlot on onAugust
August AIlot a ns thnr saM 011 to 0 go nuttlrig
Detective lI tlelho 1rlce HUisgnsted that they hail hailgHin hlllino
gHin no Into tho house fllleil the bath bathtub LBthtllh ¬
tub with water ami wern W rn splashing splashingaround Kpl1l8hlnIIroun1
around In It when thoy heart tho carvtaknr carvtaknrcoming oaNtnknroomlnl
coming upstalrs Hoping to hide from him htmthey himthel
they jumped from thn th bathtub and ran Intn lototha lotothacloset tho thocloset
closet with their clothes cloth fulling the door doorto rloortn
to niter them and snapping IItl llJllIll the lock lockWhen lockhun
When they tried to got out they found foundthnt foundthlll
thnt they were prisoners Tho Iliolowr lower rnnel ot otthe 01till
the door Is cracked indicating Inlticnt lr thnt tho boys boystried IICIJfIIrlrl
tried lo bmnk out or to attract sornnbodys sornnbodysattention KornfOholyAallonlloll
attention Thl wnsol wno III nnnvnllnnd no IIVOIt IInd they Ihe died diednf dlplnl
nf MiUocatlon niter tho air In tho small SPACO
hnd lieen exhausted exhaustedSome Ixhtlu tell tellimo
Some of tho other detectives wern Inclined to totothoopnlon
tothoopnlon 10 Iho opnloo that it vas imsslblo that some somebody 0IUeholy ¬
body elthor to punish the Ihnloys boya or to frighten frightenthem rrllrhtnIhlm
them hint fastened thorn Into tbn clnset clnsetand cloetan1
and hid gone onu uwuy Mini forgotten forgottenthem lorrrollcmIhtl11
them Their diinionstntted rtmonlllrl IIIUr thnt It I wns dlRIeult dlRIeultto
to latch tho tll door IO Ir < from th Ihn inside but nothing nOlhln nOlhlnInrlhM
further to support this thl theory was dlseovoroJ dlseovoroJTho dlooeroJJII
Tho JII detectives learned thit Ahearn the cars carstaker coretnker
taker was n harmless IIRrrnll old man rather rathersurly rnthtorltl
surly ltl of temper nnd fond of hit hitgrog hllI
grog I ro Hn had been discharged llleha rllo1 rllo1cnnlnkrr nx nxcaretaker
caretaker In September but tho detectives detectivestraced II IItrllcll
traced him to n new building nt Ninety Ninetyseventh
seventh street nnd Lnxlngton II > xlnllton nvnnuo II 011 ue 011 011prlnelloo Jn Jngeneral
general principle they imslni > 1 him and andlocked anllock
locked lock Id him up In thn UI West Wl t 121th strpnt strpntstation IrettluII
station Thn > old man took hi hIs arroit arroitisllr arro t tIoIollv
IoIollv isllr nnd snld thnt he know nothing nohlD about abouthow abouthnw
how tho boys boy happened to got In th clnset > t Hu Huinld lJ lJRld
inld Rld ho did not know thosn tho particular boys hy I y
face or by I name but all the children In Intbn Inth
tbn th neighborhood used to Dlny pin about tho thohouso thohouo
houso whenever they Ih y cot a ehanoe hIlM nnd hn hnnever hIlIeor >
never paid much attention tn them th m H I1IIrI I1IIrIIII llvod llvodIn
In tho basement has lsnt He 11 will hn held nn suspicion suspicionpending 1Illrlon 1IllrlonIn
pending In IIIII n further Investigation of tho case caseThn clISeh
Thn h paront though dlstraetetl over tho fate fateof fRtOof
of thn tholJoa boys wore unwilling Inst night to nug nuggest KUIlIlIHt
gest that any one was tho Intentional cause of oftheir oftheIr
their death deathaisstoxiniKi rlellthUI
They Thp Kxport to Tnkn the Drtnnprntlc Nn Nntlonnl Nntlllnni
tlonnl Coiiiiiiitlon 11111111 lloinii Vlth 1111 Tlirtn TlirtnMayor TIll TIlllllror
Mayor Rose no o of Milwaukee oxOov > xOO Peck of ofWisconsin ofWI
Wisconsin WI onslllltnd nnd Joseph JQ IIh J Brook of Mllwaukoo Mllwaukooarrived Hllwnukoorrllo
arrived rrllo at tho Hoffman Houso last evening tn tndo todo
do a llttln missionary mld lollarY work In behalf behalfof
of tlu effort to get g tho Democratic n ruerntlc National NationalConvention ntlolllll ntlolllllCOOlntlon
Convention for Milwaukee They Tho nre tho thoadvance Iho1lvanco
advance guard ot n delegation of lf JrO > 0 resi residents rlsl111IItd ¬
dents ot that city clt who nre going 1I01n to tonshlnBtonnextweoktonttentl 10lI
nshlnBtonnextweoktonttentl lI hlnttoIl11l > xt wck 10 nllln1 tho meeting meetingot
ot tho National atlollallommllllo Committed nt which Vhl h the th con convention oonventlon ¬
vention city will be hlIoeleelod oleetod They Th havo docu document dQeumrnl ¬
ment to Miow that citizen of Milwaukee Il1wnukefIIfIo Il1wnukefIIfIo1It1111 Imvo Imvopledged
pledged flttoOOO IMIOOO for tho convention and they theymy tI
my morn will lo ruicoil If It I necessary necessaryLast
Last cviilni thoy Haw tho linn Frank FrankIamplcll
Iamplcll chairman of the Domoerntlc State StateCominltfenanil
Cominltfenanil member nf tlm Nitlonnl Com Commltteo
mltteo frnm thl Slntn nnd tlioy think Camp CampInill
Inill Is with them Todny they will eall nn Ihn Ihnlion
lion FJtlof Danforth Mayor Vnn Wvck nnd nndIhetliren
Ihetliren lion John of Tnmmtiny Hull HullTh
Th lion David Itennntt Hill came to town townyesterday
yesterday nn business nnd In tlm coursn of thn thnafternoon
afternoon hula chat with the Hon Flllot Dan Danforth
forth nf whleh the calling nt n mooting nf thn thnStatn
Statn Inniinltteo wa ill eu < < scd It was decid decided ¬
ed tn wait unll utter tho meeting ot thu Na National ¬
tional Committee CommitteeTKHHI
TKHHI Kn inirsiji inirsijiCrnrks
Crnrks thn Skull ot Onn nf Three TuplU TuplUWho
Who Atlnvkril Him HimlNiiANroMS
lNiiANroMS Feb IM For seven years yearsthn
thn public schoolteacher at the vlllngo of ofFlora
Flora ha had ngreit deal of trouble with withIhn
Ihn pupils nud It wns tho boast of tlm tlmlatter
latter Hint no mnn wns evor nblo to stay staymorn
morn than ono term La t fall Frank FrankI
I Ktpwart was tlnployod to tench HID hcho hchoiiiil
iiiil he started In wlrh n much determinate in inllmt
llmt tlm unruly etemput wns held nt bay llo lloreiitly
reiitly hnwevnr trouble resnltp nwlim lotlio lotlioinwrrlglhlo
inwrrlglhlo nature nf sonm of thn nMer boy boynil
nil vjterdny n roiich and fiinihle llcht eimui eimuiivhiii
ivhiii thu t > nener undertook iiunrrectont > nf the thelnilIN
lnilIN lln wisnltaekml by thron vnunu men mennni
nni finding thorn trio mueh f r hlmSpffart hlmSpffartselred
selred n stick of stovn wnod anil Hf rnolc Chnrles Chnrlesi
i i runt nn tlm head knneklng him down and andfriirturing
friirturing hi iRtih Girnnl IH still umon umonweiiiH
weiiiH and inuriUe Slenart ha not been beenirrested
irrested irrestedII7A1
inirrh Iriiplp Think HIP Melriipolllnnii Melriipolllnniiiioplo
iioplo > e lluvp too Until u Tinif TinifTho
Tho Church Association for Ihn Advance Advanceent
ent ot thn Interests of Labor nt n meeting meetingn
n t night In tho purlsh hou > of ht JIark JIarkChurch
Church ilecldod to bring social and re reIW
IW Hence to bear on William i iUhllney
Uhllney us ehM stxjk holder In thn Metro Metropnllian
pnllian Wreet Hallway Company touiiuiinrae touiiuiinraethe
the condition of ihn niitormen and oondurMr oondurMrSir
Sir leortfo LivliiBstori Itaknr wh bn 1 1ilueteil
ilueteil a nriisailo fnr the Btnift railway m of oftateti
tateti Island made an address after < rhlchlt rhlchltn
facts and n flgurM for presentatlnn to Mr W hit hitny
ny DMitip Potter will be nsknd to lorm one onef
f the wmmlttee when It calls oo Mr Wbliusy
Jnhn aionlgoinrrv Win OH Years Old nnt nntllnil
llnil Alwnys Rnjnynl fliiotl llenlth llenlthCovxcn
Covxcn BiunH la Feb 1U John Mont Montcotnnry
cotnnry 10H year old was klllcd todai todaiat
at n railroad crossing Hn was doaf nnd did didnot
not hear thn approaching train trainHo
Ho celebrated Ills l8lh birthday with n nnumber
number of Scotch friend on Jnn llntid had hadarranged
arranged a trip to tho Fxposltlun nt 1nrlst for forthlM
thlM summer Ho wn known n tho nMct nMctman
man In tho Ktato And had been the leading leadingflguro
flguro In old suttlcrs mooting for thirty thirtyyearn
yearn Ho camo to Amurlca with his pnronU pnronUfrom
from Scotland when ho wns 3 years old Ha Haunw
unw Washington a number of times and had n nshilling
shilling pleco which hn paid Washington gave gavehim
him Ho drow ti pension fnr service In tho thoMexican
Mexican Wnr nnd nlso fought In the Civil War WarHI
HI health hud always been good Ono ot hi hirules
rules wa never to sleep over flvo hours a nay nayUn
Un tnten year ngo he freuuently walked llfty llftymiles
miles to nttond tho old settlors meetings Ho Hodid
did not Ilkn riding on trains trainsUKS
Thn Itelntlves of NVnllhr Inhn Kntlylitr Kntlylitrio
< io tii Court to Irrvent tint Murrluut MurrluutOMAIH
OMAIH Nob Feb 13 Tho relative of John JohnKndyler
Kndyler who Is 80 years old and wealthy went
1 11 to court todny to secure an Injunction to toprevent
prevent his nmrrlago to Joclo Nnrnowckl who whoIs
Is only 1C When told that an Injunction Injunctioncould
could not bo granted they changed thn appli application ¬
cation to ono for H guardian und tho proposed proposedwutldlnit
wutldlnit was KUftpondnd KUftpondndKndyler
Kndyler ha known thn girl Komo time To Today ¬
day ho nppenrfd at the clerks ofllcn and nsked nskedfor
for a license to wed her Im when he CIIVK hi hiage
age as SO nnd horsim 15 tho clerk nskod tor torthe
the consent of th childs parents Thl wa waeasily
easily eecuretl but his rulntlvo notified thn thncl
cl rk of tlm procnedlng tn havo n guardian guardianappointed
appointed and tho license wn refused refusedKnvillors
Knvillors relations assort thnt the childs childsparents
parents dcslrn tlm woddlng In order tn git thn thnold
old mans property Ho has > 00 < In cash cashwhloh
whloh he Intended to bestow on tho brldn brldnKnydlor
Knydlor l Ilrm In his domamls to bn purniltlnd purniltlndto
to wud n ho IlcnscH anjertlng thnt n mnn who whofnuulit
fnuulit with Sheinnns army and made n for fortune ¬
tune In Omaha has In upltu of hi ngo hcnso hcnsoenough
enough to f elect hi wife wifeIlKXlKllS
Inrrenso lleportptl Init Yrnr Dnngrr lrnni lrnniIiiffftlnii
Iiiffftlnii rolntfil Out OutIKNvrn
IKNvrn Col Feb IlTuborculosls caused causedinon1
inon1 deaths In Denver during 1HOO than nny nnyother
other disease The annual report of tho Health HealthDepartment
Department nhow tlmt there were tVIO deaths deathsof
of tuberculosis during tho year which wns III IIImore
more than during 1KIW nnd 47 more than dur during ¬
ing 1 > 7 Of 480 dentlis ot consumption In tho thocity
city during I8t7 KS wero of pntlont who hnd hndcontracted
contracted thu diroa e In tho State nnd nt this thisclass
class there wero ttli In l i nnil ftn last year yearThu
Thu Incronso In thn number of ileuth of con consumption ¬
sumption I attracting attention und a ills illscmsioii
cmsioii of the situation OCCUI > PS mostot thn thnHpftpftthls
Hpftpftthls year In Iho report of the State Hoard Hoardof
of llenlth Already thn diingor from Inlectlim InlectlimIn
In tbo Inrcer cities makes lioutt ul tho wisdom wisdomor
or receiving pnlletitw hern und tho State Board Boardcall
call forthe Immediate ftnuctniflntundouforco ftnuctniflntundouforcoment
ment of drastic unnlmry legislation legislationWOJIAfl
Ml Cora Wtllniiin Appointed to Wlnil Up UpHIP
HIP Aflnlrs of a Savlncn llnnk llnnkHISBIUIE
HISBIUIE N H Fob HIIt Is rather un unUfiinl
Ufiinl to havo n woman appointed onhlgtuoot onhlgtuoota
a bank but the Supronio Court his just justappointed
appointed Mis Oom A Wnlltnan to wind up upthe
the nffalrs of the Hlnsdalo Savings Bank She Shewill
will assume her duties tho last of tho week weekMls
Mls Wellnrnn whn puccwiled her father nn nnTreasurer
Treasurer at the bunk wns rpcom mended for forappointment
appointment by the Incorporntorx who whodecided
decided tn huve the nffnlrx of the Institution Institutioneltared
eltared upnshoon a i > oHsltilo The bunk wa waenjoined
enjoined from tlnlnu buslncs In Junu 1K I Iunit
unit Blnce tlmn has paid dividends totleposl totleposltors
tors ngRregallng IH pur cent It l tu tuperted
perted thnt tho ftKBlgneo will be Able to todlipoHO
dlipoHO of remaining pmiwrty so OR to make n nfinal
final pnvment of J or l por cent Tho liank liankwu
wu Iticorponited In 1874 1874IKTTKK
Klshtfpn I ltrrs li > iin < 1 nn Him Whrn In Insprcttir
sprcttir Jacobs Collarrtl Him HimIost
Iost Oflleo InBiHHtor Jacobs w ho has been beenOD
OD the trail of n gang ot mall Ixix robbvm for forthe
the past few weeks now a shabbily droHMid droHMidmini
mini take a letter out of tho mall box nt tho thocorner
corner of Chambers atrtxit and Inrk n > w nt
0 oclock last night Thn man then walked walkedtoward
toward the Hnwory Jncnbs following Tho Thoman
man stopped at nlmost nvery mall box that ho hocunie
cunie to nnd finally Bnilng that ho wan lnlna lnlnawatched
watched doilginj Into tho hallway of the lodg
Inghounnat ID Bowery Jneob ran In afitr afitrhim
him collared htm unit callml Inllcvmnn Her Herlinger
linger who tonk thn prisoner to tho Kldrlrigo KldrlrigoBtn
Btn > it HUtKin Kiifhtixn letters which hnd not notpanned
panned through thn Iost Ofllm worn foiinrt In Inthe
the mans possession Ho cald ho was Henry
Wright of ill Bowery BoweryDOCK
Tho Tnrprtlo Itnat Will Hnvn n Speed ot nt ntlrimt
lrimt Turnty Knots nn Honr HonrThe
The dock np od tost ot tho torpedo boat boatSomor
Somor took plnco ynstordny nt the Navy Yard YardIn
In Brooklyn Tho boat was futturctl along tho thopenwnll
penwnll with eighteen NtrotiKhaueers nnd oho ohotugged
tugged Imrd when her bollrrs wirj pualitxl pualitxlto
to the full capacity Tbo propeller mndo 150 150revolutions
revolutions n minute und the test Inilloaiinl
Unit the Hfcd of thn HOIIIITH would not full
low JO knots un hour nml might reach reachSoft
Soft eonl was burned during the tests Tho ThoSoiners
Soiners will hnvn her final tent In tho lower bay baynnil
nnil If It Is pronounced Mitlsfactory by tho thoboanl
boanl of oxperlHHho will hn oiulp d with withtorpttlo >
torpttlo lulu nnd guns and placed In com commlfsloii
mlfsloii early In the spring springIlirriiiixu
Ilirriiiixu itATK or WAOKK WAOKKThro
Thro Slcnmllllfrs Oft llnrk 1ny Judg Judgments ¬
ments Agiilimt tho City CityJAMAICA
JAMAICA LI Feb in Three Mcnmfltten Mcnmflttenemployed
employed by thn City of Now York on IlanduUii IlanduUiiIslntid
Islntid llln < l judgments today fnr nrrenrs of ofalary
alary Tho judgments wero secured under underthe
the prevailing rato of wages law Tho ThoRtenrnfltter
Rtenrnfltter It Is Mated were omployoil at tlm tlmratiof
ratiof ji per month btir the complaint filed filedIn
In tneh suit placed thu rato ot remunnration nt ntn
> n day which wa stnteil tn he thn thnprevailing
prevailing rate or that elas nf mechanic mechanicThe
The lhren amounts nf tlm judgments wore worellohert
llohert I Anld SJWTj Frank Htnwart Htnwart31f
31f UDfio nnd Jamert Browning 1078J 1078JKIKCTKIC
Hill IntroiliiPPil nt Troitnn Doing Awny AwnyWith
With tlii inlltws inlltwsTEENTON
TEENTON N J Feb 13Mr Abbott of Hud Hudson
son county Introduced n bill thlsnftprnnon tn tnMibstltut
Mibstltut tlie electlru ehalr for hanging In Nav NavJersey
Jersey IIuHayipiihlle sentiment In favor of ox oxeeutlon
eeutlon by eleetrlPlty is Browing rapidly and
thnt hoonernr later the gallown will havnto lie lieBlvon
Blvon up Mr lienny aso of Hudsnii enuntr enuntrput
put In n bill nrnvnllnu that In murder trnls If Ifnjurv
njurv return a r rtlnt of miinlnr In th first firstilLreo
ilLreo neeoinpanylM tho finding with thn thnIhrie
Ihrie wlthnnt capitalpnnl hnu < nl the iln
fenlniit punishment whall bo Imprisonment
for llf llflit
lit tniyil Coiintprrpltprs to the rollcc rollccVIMTNXES
VIMTNXES Iiul F b IlFrunk Long nnd nndMike
Mike llson wore nrreiited Ii0ri nt n ate hour hourlu
lu t nUlit by tlm invim for cnuntrfeltmir
I w ro caiigh In tho net of iniiklUK ind
llvlillnc Ihn iirlni eon ftt tn hmn of ofraili
raili Lone 11m i lleo had reeelvnd a tip
Him I linrms KlmnaHoii who had been < ikn
hvtli iunter elter to liulpc ret b ethetuiT
Fliinnsni prefninledtn enter Into thnnhinie thnnhinieiiiilat
iiiilat thnnpiHiinUd time gavo tli noi llm
Mgnal nnd they i 1 1nvnrml
nvnrml the men
IIP nutllt nutlltnlllory
nlllory Tiro Out AftfnhlrlyTvti Yenrs YenrslAvsronn
lAvsronn Ja Fnh illThe onielnlsof Iho Ihoehlgh
ehlgh Coal nnd Navigation Company nrnnou nrnnouTAtulutliiK
TAtulutliiK theiniHvijH tlmt tho fire In Cniuory Cniuoryh
h f11 tor thlrtytwo thlrtytwof
f finally been extlnguUhod A largfl largflnoyitof
noyitof money was spent In various metn metnis
is fil prtnriiii > ji
Titti wr vwivr vwivrThn
Thn fiitriillly IVntiirn ol HIP Cnnnl Co Covtiitlnii
vtiitlnii thn llmli of Thno Mttiingel MttiingelIncoiiflriiiril
Incoiiflriiiril lloport Thnt Kimland KimlandWill
Will foiirtile to Coiitrnl In Wnr WnrWAHIUSOTDV
WAHIUSOTDV Foil 13 Somoof the Govern Governmentsof
mentsof Furoponro so pcn il with the Hny HnyIatinenfoti
Iatinenfoti treaty that th y havo officlallf officlallfcxtcndml
cxtcndml tlmir congratulation to th thOovcrnmnnt
Oovcrnmnnt ol tbo Ililtcd States Th Thcongriitulutorv
congriitulutorv inos ngm dullvered by tholr tholrritiroxiMitiitlvis
ritiroxiMitiitlvis hero nro based on ontho
tho neutrality fcnturn of tho treatf treatfthrough
through which thocounlrleHtliit havo hast hastnnod
nnod to offer their follcltatlons on the unselfish unselfishpurpose
purpose of thn United State will bo placed on ontho
tho HIIIIIII level In HID tltuo of war ns In tlm tlmot
ot pence with tills country countryFrnncrt
Frnncrt I tlu > only rurnpoan Government Governmentwhich
which has exprpssil ill ilUfactlon with th thtreaty
treaty but her objection lncr nlni > d only loth lothIntention
Intention ot thl country wt forth In the paper papertn
tn construct n cinnl across Nicaragua and andCuKtalllca
CuKtalllca HholinsiiothowcvnrobjoctHltotht HholinsiiothowcvnrobjoctHltothtneutrality
neutrality pilnclilo cnunelativl In tlm treaty treatynnd
nnd I probably n much In Invor of It n the theother
other nations ot Europe Tim coolness of ofFranco
Franco toward the treaty evidently eomosfrora eomosfrorahor
hor Intercut In tbo Iunatnii route for an anIsthmian
Isthmian cinnl Hhe In expressed to thn thnState
State Department vlmt nmoiints to n desire to tohavo
havo this Government purthasit the rights of oftho
tho Iairinia Canal Company mid continue th thconitruitlon
conitruitlon work to completion completionKvery
Kvery Central American iMvurnment with withtheoxciMitlnn
theoxciMitlnn of Honduras ha congratulated congratulatedtho
tho United States on tho treaty nnd expressed expressedIts
Its satlslneilon with It terms Hoiidura will willprobably
probably follow thn oxnmplo of her follow ro ropublc
publc Tlio ilrliiy In hearing from that thatcountry
country hnHlH > en due tn tho fnct that there It Itno
no ripriMiitativv nf tho lnltt < d Slates la laTngucluiiltm
Tngucluiiltm and no iipro < entatlvo ot Hon Honduru
duru hen henSunntnr
Sunntnr Alll nn of Iowa will bn chairman of ofthe
the sttoniitf cmiiiiiltiua to bo nppnlntnd by tha thacaucus
caucus of ii > iiiiipan Senators called to meet meetnt
nt 11 oclock tonirrrnw morning for tho pur purpose ¬
pose of arranulne if i > slbli n programme of
harmonious iiwluii vtli rcunrd to tlix canal canaltrenty
trenty the Ship Huimidy bill thu Juny case casetlif
tlif proiiosfd IftfMiitlon rir tho riilllpplnes riilllpplnesCuba
Cuba 1iierto Itlconnl Hawaii and tho other otherImportant
Important niattor wh h nro pressing forcou forcousldoriitlun
sldoriitlun sldoriitlunA
A Heiiator who will probnblybe ono of Mr MrAlllsnnn
Alllsnnn eolliiciif on f ho htnrlng committee committeesaid
said tonight thnt the members of tho Foreign ForeignBelntlon
Belntlon Com in It ten hnvu received nssur nssurunci
unci that Jreat Britain will accept without withoutuoMlon
uoMlon aiintniii Inunt to the treat socurlnil socurlniltothf
tothf Inlttd Ktiitcs thn right to control tha thaontiil
ontiil In casn of war This IH very Important ImportantIt
It true tint no member of tho committee can canbo
bo found to > niiht who will admit that ho has hasknnwlcilg
knnwlcilg of the exlatnncn of nny such asur asurnnees
nnees Thu Senator rnfurred to nov that b bdoes
does not pnrioiiully know tlmt thn nssur nssurnncts
nncts hnvn l > n lvcn but merely that h hlin
lin been told BO by innm hers of tlie tlieFurvlgn
Furvlgn Uilatlonn C < immlttoi > It ho hat hattfon
tfon correctly lnformi > the fact are arebeing
being concealod with great KUCCASH for not notlonger
longer ABO tlmti yo < ti > nlar onnof the most In Inlluuntlil
lluuntlil inemtiont of tho iommllt o stated statedtlmt
tlmt thn iiuMtlon which Is causing the gravest gravestconcern
concern l > w to provl < lo for keeping tho con control ¬
trol ot thn oannl ill the hands ol the Unltod UnltodSuites
Suites and nt tlio samo time preserve lt nea neatrnllty
trnllty trnlltytlorrcivor
tlorrcivor the Administration I known to tohave
have itntM to more than ono senator that It Itwill
will not ho KMittilo to rcopi > n th treaty ne negotlitlons
gotlitlons nnd that the convention most be benitlllcl
nitlllcl or rejected us It RUinds It therefore thereforeInlit
Inlit llrltnlTi has clvon nwiiranpcn that no ob objctlon
jctlon will Im maIo tnnn amendment ooncexl ooncexlme
me tn thn Unlt J Kiat the right to clone the theiaiial
iaiial lo h < wtllihlp of war tin tiMitrovrny tiMitrovrnynvvrthnquniltna
nvvrthnquniltna of ratldeilloa l8o impliflrd impliflrdthat
that faioralilf nrtlon ut < m the treaty will un undinibtiKll
dinibtiKll follow nt an parly daUi daUi1ntll
1ntll dfflnllo Information to ntitilnabl how howeverthe
everthe ni ri that ItrtMt Hriialn has cither cithervoluntnrilr
voluntnrilr orutider pmisonrHilpil this Im Important ¬
portant point whhh the Vlrnini trallon Inad Inadvertiiillr
vertiiillr orotborwlw left unrownM intut t ttaken
taken with w > mp crnln of nllowiin o oISptirvs
ISptirvs ntiitlvi1 Ixvr of N ir York today In Introduced ¬
troduced lit hill nuthnrlxliiir lh 1roaldcnt to toenter
enter Into titcotlatlons with all maritime n nlions
lions Invltlnu them to rnntrihiilu tothecon totheconMructlon
Mructlon nf HIP Nicinicu1 lanol In proportioa proportioato
to thu tonnage ot tholr marine marinefUAHVtt
fUAHVtt AXtl 11IK CAXAb TttBATT TttBATT1niposrcl
1niposrcl Aerrrmrnt llnllrtl With Ik Ikrcti
< rcti t Satisfaction SatisfactionIt
It nnl CaUt v ioH Tn Bcs BcsIAUIB
IAUIB 1cb IV An ofnclal of tho French FrenchForciun
Forciun Office said to lay that France hall hallwith
with thn gnnlrtit FnltRfcHlon the probable probablemtlfcatlon
mtlfcatlon of tlm convention Iwtwccn Great GreatIlrltaln
Ilrltaln and the Unltisl Hti < in regard to the theNicaragua
Nicaragua Cannl HtOldinl lhmlvranci > s > n nsent
sent tn th proi iwl atrnrmjiit would be berwulllr
rwulllr an < l willlnisly fotthcomins fotthcominsIIKAUXH
IIKAUXH ix jutrsarn in a tvnrixa tvnrixaOhio
Ohio Cirrult Imlui i > tknrlilrti In n Ball BallItroit
Itroit tit hy n Htork Itrokrr ItrokrrSr
Sr Loins llo Fob I Jiitlc Illirclof the theClrptilt
Clrptilt Court nt Clarion ililivcnM nn opinion opiniontoday
today that dralliis in rnarclnt ou ttoctfl was wasKOinblhiR
KOinblhiR TliP illusion wa rndorcd In th thiMxiiot
iMxiiot William Mulfcinl a krciter a alnitJ alnitJ8cholloldil
8cholloldil rlilit rlilitIt
It wns shown Hint Ilio ilpfpndant ba I dven dvenhU
hU notn Uir mnrclns on a IPJ in mistr mistrHl
Hl ekthat IIP IIIIIT < CMC < ihntiik und undhid
hid iiiilniint ouof liurliit It TheJjIcede TheJjIcedepldnd
pldnd Hint the noto WIM voil and innirnik U Uiiln
iiln tpciiM HIP trntimipii ro illenl that thatU
U was HMIIWII that tuiciiMlInrnliin hii i < i d dNitwpon
Nitwpon ihi plai lff nnd tivo itetcndant itetcndanttherelnre
therelnre tho fla ntiff had IHICMMV IHICMMVJOSHUA
A Very Slrlc linn III Itnithnr RaytV RaytVCnnsp
Cnnsp for lilt Astlgnmrnt Ionnil IonnillU
lU > Urt Grpcir brother of Joshua the filxth filxthaTPiiui1
aTPiiui1 furnltiirn itnnlor who on Hatarlnv last lastIimtriicUd
IimtriicUd hli > attornnr i umkn nn nsrilgomint nsrilgomintfor
for him wild h t night HmtJcKhua I now In Intlic
tlic cltv with hi wllu and n uider thn can ot otPtlVNllItlllH
PtlVNllItlllH PtlVNllItlllHlln
lln Is a very nick mnn wiM Mr Grpgo Grpgobut
but I hopclhii hn will IN nliln tn no to nls nlspliinof
pliinof lniMlniMi and strnlchtpn i mutton la lan
n few ilny I hcllnvp Ihnt hn miln I hit assign assignmnnt
mnnt whlli1 titnlnrn snvnnt mnnlixl ftraln As AsfnriiH
fnriiH I know tli rWIIH no niiwKiyforlt Mr Mrilrcgcualil
ilrcgcualil urlliiTtbit hs brolbur hud never neverleft
left the cltv cltvKIKCTHIV
KIKCTHIV KIIOUK Kltlii > II131 II131Mrola
Mrola AttPiiiptPfl to Cut n 1lirn Ironi i illvr
llvr Win tVltli III Hulfn HulfnCoxlmo
Coxlmo Meola nn Italian nf Ht Marys ave avenue ¬
nue llosebnnk Htntnn Inlnnil wn k 11 led by on onnleitrlt1
nleitrlt1 sbrxk In Iliinsvivanla avcnttn last lastnight
night Jliola rnv n plifn ot Insulated wire wireililimlluir
ililimlluir from n pnln lit the < t nof thi sldo sldowalk
walk IIi > l ho knife rmin his iioeknt nnd nndnttiinptnd
nttiinptnd t iui rf M pw h wlrn An AnInstant
Instant Intnr bv tandi p < snw h in fill hen henthey
they rnanhecl him In was 1 i The wlrn was wasa
a bvi > oiii1 an tlii Iurrrnt intured hls body bodycausing
causing liibtandeath liibtandeathMI
MI V If HPlKKltx AttllKHTRlt AttllKHTRltCliirE
CliirE < il With n Cnn irirr lo llnfrnnd the theMiNTIlKM
MiNTIlKM Qlllipe Feb KlWllllnm KlWllllnmWeir
Weir Irisllent of th lfunct YllloMnrlo YllloMnrloink
ink iKdward liclilntiliolrithe Vlee1rnnldorit Vlee1rnnldoritiiil
iiil iiilfry Wwlrand F A Smith two ot thn thniHrmfiir
iHrmfiir wnn iirnrttoI tonlsht on a aImrgiof
Imrgiof consplrmv to ilnfraud tho irndltors irndltorsifttiinnk
ifttiinnk by oppitltu branch and paying payingHviiliiiiMnftxr
HviiliiiiMnftxr they knew tha thn hink win winiiilvent
iiilvent Vlr 1 now serving n tnrm In IniiriRui
iiriRui und Iho others wcro admitted to heavy
ttoo ivtlt nn tin Morton lnw lnwAtliiNY
AtliiNY Fnl Ii iov UHMnvltniinm newd newdioiluy
ioiluy that lie was watching tin effort to re renl
nl HID Hurtiii hnxliiKlnw wltlinsriMtdnnl of ofnlnrist
nlnrist HtHny Uo f l that ilucont sentiment sentimenthroughouttliit
hroughouttliit Slntnithniilii l > o aroused so as aso
o mnke It Impo lbl4 for tho ropoal bill to toall
all The charaetur of thu opposition to It nnj nnjn
n character of th procoodlngii nt rncnnt eun eunlists
lists under thn law In Nxw York city m ke II IIlecossary
lecossary that thu bill should go tUroa U Ut
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