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from 0m s HUfl 111 CorrrspondraL CorrrspondraLPrutv Clfpn Cnrtraon4eDtrr < uL uLrr
Prutv rr ls NOT SO 2t Ihn 1 h Ministers lnllr held IIJd anothe anothemfotlng annlhm1111 annthrrmtttC
mfotlng today todl for the tl pun u ur opn r of fixing tslnl th thfuture Ihrlllto thfutittc
future rlllto m1111 boundaries hlnrlll of Ir 0 thn I tIi legation Iflolnn grounds Ir0lnd4 ani aniuntpwtedly Md Md11IvI int1Ifl
untpwtedly 11IvI Ifl IftMIly ly cnmntonn nml 10 ni sgrrrment nltrrmfIt on a mud mudmorn muhmar muchmorn
morn Important Imlortnnt mnttets nuiutt a thn tti icint Int In fl th thMinisters Iho IhoMlnlfI thnIruIuter <
Ministers MlnlfI IruIuter ilennniU 1nlnL upon UIOl thn Ih lhlne hln htne > r Oovern Oovernmerit Oo aovrmninprut rn rnmt
merit trn lro1lhll To1Ilii > l lltig for ur thn Ih runUlunrnt Iunultnt of t rertali rertalihl Prtnhitgh rAln rAlntllh
hl tllh hitgh h Chlnein ChlnOAIfnunlgA peri prpi mager > nag < and Ad concerning 1nfrlh1r which whichas
as a hIM been mentioned Inliol In thns Ih thc dwpatrhn dwpatrhnthem cpllh cpllhthfr fiatchrthfrA
them thfr had hld heretofore hfrloro been considerable rnldrrnble di divereenrc d dnrnorc 11 11tcrencc
vereenrc of opinion OIlllon Contrnn to all ni exrecta exrectalion flrtt flrttlon xecta xectation
lion thn Ih point 1llt was nI finally flna1I agreed nIUIIIn nIUIIInAhulhr ngrt ed upnn upnnAnother upnnAIth1r
lon Another point on n which It wns w feared r1 fa2v d then thenmight th thmlht thrernlbit
might be b delay dIIY foLnl wns wR n also nJ o nettled UII thus Im tIiu complet completIng comfll comfllIn cotnpttIng
ilrnft of the demands M 4 dn d tilers tilersthe flI i a ath
Ing In thn th drlrl thf drIOne J nrl nrlthp
the th Ilussinn IlsfAn Minister 111r h1 ad per rraktd l hlfd ted In IntiitI his h re refual r rfl1
fual fl1 to ncree nlr to thn th provision polslon that Ihlt China Chinashould Chin ChinIhnlll hilmubh1uTI
should Ihnlll igr to par fl pa nn In Indemnity Indmnl for the thl th out outrscs oulrI1 oOtMg
rscs rI1 Mg committed ormlrd by y the tf thi Iloxers 10 r and glv al > guar guarantees IUI IUIfnh titu tituintc
antees fnh intc against lnt their repetition on a baM bll1 baihi ti tibe to tob tob
be b proi rninvd nl > s l by h tho Ih Powers Iowrl later IIr The Ib he Brltlstami Brltlst BIIIh BIIIhInll ThlttihntI
ami Inll ntI Herman Orln rmr Governments nvrn1nl had hfd made nfl n v ohangi ohangiIn ohlnl chuRngIn
In thMr Instruclon to t their Mlnliters 1n11frl and li liappeared II IIIPffrt ItavpParf1
appeared IPffrt ns B though Ihnllh no agreement nllmnt could ruld b brnnolied breviohr4
rnnolied uohcl A 4 onmpromlsn o prmlo was W wn suggeaUd 1IIIet In Inth r rthe ru ruthp
the th wording wor < r of n f the th claui clll Ihls lhB was wa a ndoptec ndoptecanil Idopld IdopldInll odoptedutld
anil Inll a 1 satisfactory Rnlruclorr agreement olromfnt vas fl reached reachedIt rnch rnchI
It I Is I unilf stood sto d that Ihlt tho thl th changn chlnln Is t s simply In Irtin Int Intli
tin t tli wording nrdll nnd does dO doe not affect ntol the th meanUm meanUmof
of the t h provision provisionThe pmIlnnTe
The Te Ministers lnlrr have hl f pent Nnt the Ihl th demands to totheir toIhlr tothIr
their respective r fdle Uovernments Ooerent and whon the thePower thArow th thFowvN
Power row I lrr It1Jf mlf > their approval ONr11 of them there therewill tre trewl thureWill
will wl be no delay dtlly lnpm Inlrnlnl InprentIng rntlng them to II II Hung HungChang IIunchan
Chang han anI and Prince Irnce Chine Cln the Chinese llnle Peace PeaceCorumlloiiorR INce INceCormlloll IeaceComrnIidoiier
CorumlloiiorR CorumlloiiorRThe Cormlloll
The rI ll Mlnltlcra lnl lc fixed n t the th future fulue boundaries boundariesof bnundnM bnundnMr
of r Ihn I th legation lellUnn grounds Ilmd round Their lllr decision how however ho hor howpyerIs ¬
ever pyerIs r Is I subject ubjee to tha ho approval nfprol or the military militaryauthorities mit mIlItaryKuthorItle
authorities Ilthorlte who ho will wil deride dlrde on the th question queton of ofdefence ofdlren ofdefence
defence dlren If I they Ilrr cledde that there are Irl mill military ml milltary ¬
tary Ir objections obJlctoM obJect1unthe the boundaries bouldnl will W bo b changed changedCOXTKOL chanpdCOTIIOL changedCONTROL
Parts ar llrllrres JIHP That Wu W the tbl th Cause of tt th tbe Del DelIn Dla DlaIn DlaIn
In laolton gotUtlon In Pekln PeklnSfiiil Pkli Pklislal eIdn eIdnSrtat
Sfiiil Cadli Cab ntifotth upath to TUB TI Suit SuitPAII S 3aiPAl1
PAII rAt Nov o OV S3 It I 111tI illeced In certain < ran diplo diplomatic dlll dlllIMII dIp1 dIp1twtte ¬
matic IMII ninpter5 1larl1 hern thnt the Ih csprlrlous cllrlou policy policyof plcy plcyor
or Hi I ih lniuvl Jnit1 Htates Hal wan I thn main mlin cause 3U of thn thnhalt thphlt th thhuult
halt hlt In II tho thf ho rcirntlations Iiotllllonl which hlh It Is I now no be believed b ble bhived ¬
hived le ne arc lO taking tnUnl n I better h tter turn tur Tho point pointunder flnt flntuIdr pointundr
under dlsnnwlon dlsIMlon has h been beln the th knotty klt question questionof tlUnn tlUnno iietlrn iietlrnor
of o Indemnity 11lllt The Powers Iwerl dcslrn k IeIr lrl to Include IncludeIn Indll IndllIn
In their tllr collictlvo olpllo note tho manner onner In which whichChina whichhIna hlrh hlrhlna
China lna hIna shall hnl ral iuIe o the noney Ionr Kach h prorowil prorowilhns
hns h been h n IIITeretit ftrnt Two To of the Ministers lnl lfr urgo urgoa 10 10D
a method y > nhlf hlrh hkh h tho Ihl entiro fnUrl mnnniement mnnlnimt of ofthn orIh ofth
thn Ih finances Inl of China shall ehnl fall rai into mt the t tanIOf ronU ronUof al alof
of their tioveinients 1ljfnl Tlno Tht Pore1 1le am orl be believed hehIetd ¬
lieved IAtd to tl 1 P the United nld States 8tnlf ard nl < treat I 1 t Bltaln BltalnA Dlaln
A 0 solution oluU of r tho ho question Q111slon Is I expected o peo in a few fewdnys fewn fewccordlnl fewdays
days dnysAccording daysAccording n
According ccordlnl to advices adlcf received rrctlvd her hel here the tl Vlon VlonroyH VIc VIcToys I
Toys rO1 have received rItd urgent urlnt orders nrd1 to hurry hurrytnoney hurr hurrynnney I
tnoney to Slnganfu Rlnlnnru to pay IIT the tl troop who ar arbelieved arl are arebiLcved
believed lrd to be btmutnoU mutinous mutinousIt
It Is rumored rmod that a flying nnl column Clumn of 5000 5000tnlied 500nIzd o
mled tnlied troops trop have ha made Iode a dAsh dfh for Slnganfu Slnganfuwhare 8lnlanrl 8lnlanrlwhere Singan4iichere
where the Cblnesn Chine court cOlrt is I now nw located loa d The Thealleged Thealleged he healllld
alleged alllld ndvonce IdMce of a large IUle German Geall force is not nottellevcd notled notbelieved
believed led here hereGCJIJsMVr Illre IllreGEnl hereGEflIf4N
GCJIJsMVr GEnl YIKfDlXOr YIKfDlXOrRamon 1 IZiDIVORuimori Im xo xonuon
Ramon of Changed Cbaed Attitude Atttad on the Demand Demandfor Dmandfor Demandfor
for the Death of Chlnete Cbll Princes PrlnroSptflal PrlnN PrlnNSpdal PrincesSpecial
Special Spdal Cal cal lltiralth to II TUT TB m SUN SDfIOXDON RU RUT01OON SUNIONI0N
IOXDON T01OON Nov Xo 29 6Som Some of tin English rmlIR onr onrreopondentH mmreepondent nr nrre
reopondentH re rndenl in Berlin apparently npMenl basing balnl their theirhtatements 1IIIr 1IIIrImenl theirtntementa
htatements Imenl on the article which appeared lfpllrd in inyesterdays InthY1 IneetenItys
yesterdays thY1 Coloane Cololn flaitlle OUlt1 regarding rellrdr the atti attitude Ilt Ilttld nutittide ¬
tude tld of the various Powers 101 on the demands dlmond to tobn tob tobe
bn b rmdo on China Chll assert that Germany Olnln Is Isdisposed I I10 tadkposed
disposed to abandon Ibnndon her Inslstencn tIlne on the thedeath Ihedpalh theIPnth
death penalty noltr In II the case COO of tho high hlh Chinese Chinesediirnltnrien Chne Chinesedignitarhs I
diirnltnrien dilnrl The Tinutt Tinl correspondent how however hol howeuPr ¬
ever r believe plf that Ihlt the attttrn 081 observations observationswere olslnaUon olslnaUonwlr
were wlr wide w or thn UI mark lie declare dplnre that thlt the thefplrlt theflrt theplrlt
fplrlt flrt of r compromise displayed by h thn 7a notll 470tilt 7aittlr
tilt tll would oull bn 1 almost alarming allmlnl If It reflected reflectedthe renftd renftdIhe reflectedthe
the views elR of the German ienan erman Uovernment UovernmenttllK Uoernmenl7f
tllK rOIXTS rOVTf IV DISrtTE n PrE AT PEKIS PEKISArarisssudor P Pfhlo PJKINAnitasador
Ararisssudor White fhlo Had a Conference Confenr With Withthe Wih Wihtbf Withthe
the Grrmnn Forrlgn orIn Minister lnlt on Them IhemAfvf 1bmStlol ThemSpClat
Afvf Stlol at CaM Ca I llnpattti IIPpll 10 TltE TiE SUJf SUJfBERLIN 51 St StBE8hi
BERLIN Nov o 25U S1 It Is 1 stated stiled that the te Hon HonAndrew HonAndr lionAndrew
Andrew Andr I n White Whil thn American Amlrlcnn Ambassador Ambassadorhas AmlJFMdor AmlJFMdorha
has ha had hle nn In Interview Inltn with Uh Baron nlron von on Rich Hlchthofen Wchthorln Richthfen
thofen thorln Minister Inllr of Foreign Forplln Affairs Alll with wlh refer reference refercome rlr rlrne ¬
come ne to Il t4 the Chinese lhlns Indemnity Indemllty and Ind the punish punishment punlshmlnt punbhmeni ¬
ment mlnt of those tho who aided the thl Boxer Dosfr movement movementThe mOfmlnl mOfmlnl7h movementThe
The 7h result suit of the Interview Inllmw Is I declared dtlrld to have havebeen he he1In haveLeeri
been 1In completely omlltll satisfactory sat roclor though no details detailsnre dtl detailsnrc
nre rtllen rtllenCnlA given givencniXA givenflIXA
cniXA TO GIVE aU1 or VP jfonrnv JOnEn GUS ovxsIlraten GUS1en ODXSUraten
Ilraten 1en With Wih Them Tlm th tbf the Troop ToOI Will UI name the theVse tbl thetie
tie of OldStyle Wapon Weapon M > ponj a Ittporl Says SaysSfttM Ma MaSclal Maya3vc
SfttM 3vc 2l Coblt Ca Dnfotih Dpll la TIIR Tn 1 F SUN SUNPrKIX fUS fUSrnls Su Surnu
PrKIX Nor No 24 24A A secret edict edit has tin been beenIssued brenbutd beenlesued
Issued from Singanfit 8n anfu ordering orderlil the Viceroys Viceroysand Viceroysand Icero IceroRnd
and iovcrnors to ktop the ll manufacture manlrllure of ofmodern otmodrn ofmodern
modern rifles rlfea and aDI cannon and to revert to the theold theold theold
old style 1le of weapons opn The reason rel on given for forthi rorthl forthis
thi this peculiar peculAr order Is I that modern moder weapons weaponshave weapnl weaponahave
have proved prve useless ueles against allnst tho lie allies alliesfXTER aihieiL UlesINER
Th Te The Profession PofNdoa Protecting Potntn Huh Illf Against Srah SrahLabor McataLaborA rb rbLbnr
Labor Lbnr LaborA A Razor Call the t Inllre InllreThe Iolle7hl IolteeThe
The 7hl Pouglns Poulla League Ifgue of > Cakewnlker and andRactlme nd ndRllme an anItadlme
Ractlme Rllme Ilayers 11er Vlayerea a sort or of ofc Cakewalk kewalk Tnitwnu Tnitwnuorgnnled Tutwnl Tutwnlor TruMwn3orguiized
orgnnled or nllld last night nl ht at n meeting mltnl of colored coloredrnltiuMast color1nthlIaI coloreInIhtIaMe i
rnltiuMast nthlIaI at lt the thl Douglas Club at U 1 4 We Wet Wetlhlrllrt ScttIthrtyflrt > t tTlUrtyfint
TlUrtyfint lhlrllrt ttreet trft Tho encroachments tncrochment of ofamateur orI
I amateur talent lallt led to the organisation orllnlrton Dele Delegates Tlf Tlflal lelegates ¬
gates lal from Kentucky ntuc Texas 1esl Georgia Gron11 and San SanFranclfcco SanFalcl SanIrauielco
Franclfcco ent The local cakewalk cakewallcMnfon cakewalkIeaeon
Falcl co were pre frnt premnt lakewalk lakewalkfaon
Mnfon faon beehf blll begin nt It thn Grand rand Central Cfnlrllnlac Palace on onDec on1f1 onIem
Dec I anil 1111 sin the th necessity for action wax wo im immediate 1mInrlu imtnfdIate ¬
mediate Inrlu 1f1 Thifru 1hl I hsu ut lt the I meeting nwtlnl as a delegates delegatesnumberniJ dellluts delllutsnurLtr111011 delegatesflu
numberniJ nurLtr111011 flu tiubert nbout nn ni liundreil liundreilCharles htnlnI htnlnICharln htiuiirmdCharles
Charles II I Moore Inor presided Hrab labor hn hnraid h hfald heraId
raid was wn wascoing coding cOlilnlltrl here and Homethlng Imhlnl must be betlonn b bdontok bedone
done dontok to keep pltoll pltollrdlf U out outFdilln I
Eddie rdlf James JI r railed 11d the Ih King Kin of the Rag Raglime Rnl flagtUne
lime trfIIJen Inondn InondnMr PUyers got Iot up 1f U In evening nlll dress drel nnd dla dlaonc diiinon1 I IInondn
inon1Mr onc Mr Chairman Chalrmln hn h wild ld I dont believe In
eonl bIe
trusts Irultslnd and I want to hay sy them 1rl aint Ilnl any 01 gentle gentleinsn gentleloan fnllc fnllcaan
loan aan present Ilrlnt can nn make Innk me m Join Joi one oneThen on onThen oneThen
Then he hI flashed nl a 1 laror and Ind nude nde a speech
Intimating InlrlUn that he and his razor were ere Pch a ma
Jorlty Jlrl of those present presentAt prceiritAt plnlAt I
At the th first frMt sight IIhl of the rnror some one lied hndescnt liedeacated
escnt ncnJI eacated > ed from tin th tlihIl liNl h nnd Mil run rl fnr the th jolicn jolicnAslho 11 g olice oliceAj hac
Aslho A Aj tl the Ragtime llr K I hit i i ir 6 finished Mnlhfe with ih n flourM flourMef fourlh flourIIicr
ef r hi hIM razor two tolii lIlun tOii4flicn einen Ititered llerd whereupon whereuponPmnky hrllln
te the opponent of ImMM WI1I1 IId nlll cml nlonej
Pmnky Sinnk roly nlpnnt Moho tlo lln Brown Iron and ald Shirt Hhlr Waist Williams nloe
todlsannhlm todlsannhlmAfter to disarm him himlr himtfter Wilam
After lr thU Iht was done It was nn easy thlntr thlntrtan Ihlnl IiiIn IiiInIfIarentlY
for th the latter Ny
IfIarentlY rCr centiiman tan to eon oontruxta
arlarnl enllman
Iree r Mr JamM thlt that hIM vtw I tr f trusts tmt rl was wasno M
nd IrrnfI erroneous AI Innl enevrnt Ie niede niedeno
mid midn
no n further tlrler ippnsltinn lfollnn The Th Cakewalk nlIIlk lYust lYustwas lruetwaa TUptw
was w orjrRnled onIRnI71 wjtli whit lh M Mr rn ns al Prnsldent lrNld11
Pickaninny rleklnnll Hill nnd situ IJIIlk lukn Pulley Pul ns Vtepresi Vtepresitnrles Vlprtl V eoreii
dent Wlilm ililnm Turner nlil and Iohn ltscer ecr
JIIr Slr
tnrles tln and no Krnest Hurnn 1InJ the t ttieenlorJcotnedIan ttieenlorJcotnedIancheirmiuri h colored tolnr comedian comedianchnlrmati ololdlan ololdlanthirlllf
chnlrmati thirlllf nf the th Hoard Boare of Miinnirrrn MiinnirrrnThen MiinnirersThen In InThln
Then Thln the press Ir nceiit nllt of the Ih trust trlt heiran 1In hepaflfl
to fl have hI humorous hUnorouI resolutions rnllln nbout aboll rabhltK
feet and rnznrs rnTn Introdurpd Inlro < llc1 Hut the Ih mhhl trust trustnnm trustwee
nc 111 Irlst
wee formed fond nil ni rleht rlehtliljht rlchtlahl richulutzht
liljht lahl it a Tear onr Hand HandIs land landI
Is I Orsnd OIld Central ntal Slllon Stnllon of tho th Nrr VnikOntMl ork nllal
wnh nh a Ihroutrh train tny 1 tour Lnll Itrvrtal1ons ItMnllol j
Dadearaonthinadisnct unc ft r tatut a btAt monlh xtft In duor Train frln1 at ill tl hours bours Set t
i noiwTur nlWTUI MAY Tnirit Tnlr wicinr wicinrI AIr AIra MltItiFIipi
I Iipi SBS Pr ream m a lodlnclouf ldlnU ID Window Indo and nd I IIn ii iiIn I IIn
In the II ii llmpllsl lplai iBrnntrlusi iBrnntrlusiDorothy Imteniciua1toth nnlu nnluJntth
Dorothy Jntth 1toth May Mn IA uhin tio rails rnl herself IIr 1 a aactress en enaetrese n nctr
actress ctr attempted IUrmlIf suldiln before Lrnre 6 ocloc oclocyesterday orltk orltkIItdlT oeliekmterdy
yesterday IItdlT innrnlng morln by diving clvI11 from Ih Ihwindow Ihwlndn the thewindow
window of hr room rnm on the te second p onr flon flonof nor noror flnnr flnnrof
of the lodging lodllnl IIOIIM hI at a l 101 160 o West W 4t Fort Fortninth Porininth Fortninth
ninth Street I Nbc Hle t tl is now nw In Roosnvelt Inflt Hoi Hoipltal lo linepItiI
pltal 11141 with a fractured rrNIur skull kul and Inter Internal Inlrnalnur inernal
nal nalnur Injurioa injurt which will wi probably prom 10 e mortal mortaTJm morlll morlllnA mortalThe
The girl Itl rented rnlot the room rom room about a week k ae aefrom a afrm ago agofrom
from frm Mrs M I Kmtlce tuUN telling 1llnl Mrs I Euchre Kustlrthat IURtr IURtrtAt Euchrethat
that tAt sho ho had hlc be bn n a mmuber momllr of Weber WeberKleldVs Wtbr A AfliWs t t1ell
KleldVs 1ell company orl3n nnd Inl had played Ilr111 In Th TIie Tele Telephone Tlpphon Telephone
phone phon Girl lleforn retiring about ahllt mliliilgh mliliilghon mlllht mlllhton
on Saturday HAIUtdl sh a12i h scoured Molre pen 111 pni Inltr icier > cr nail In1 Inl Inlfrom Ilk Ilklrm 10kIronu
from lrm Mrs ICimtlini wring that thlt chic h wanted wlnl1 l lIn In Inwri Ii IiwrIte <
wri wrIte I a 1IIr letter 111 t to her Ir Illnl hrolhr I hii apeiritl
In Il good 101 milrllN Mplrl anti nn Jok Joked l with fih the tl landlady IAnlUII
Item Itr lire dl1 from the Ih window lnllnw was witnessed In 1 h hJrank hy hyrlnk
Frank rlnk Caldy auld and 111 Illrhanl Allison pUl Tender Tenderlolnrabincn nler
lolnrabincn loin cahinen ohrn They Th heard hlfla lhlr1 a scream 11 andlooklni andlooklniat nlIIookl11 nlIIookl11at and looking lookingat
at the t house hou they 111 saw W th the woman 10111n standing 111111 01 01tho On Ontlii
tho window till llalll and smashing MRhlnl the slain Ila In the thiupper thUpr theupter
upper sa cash h Shn Hh crawled 1It through tH011lh the the otvenlnithn otvenlni Olrnlni nleniflimu
and threw hllr hnrelf Olt out head frt first tnc tandinc nl no nothe n nth
the th stone ton stoop twentyfive Inn feet rMt below 11 0 she he wa waclad waClAd was wasclad
clad only onl In her nUlitdrtm Ilthtdl Tin 1h calmie calmienished cuhmrnIhl catnieflniehed
nished Ihl to her and Inl sh she 1 wan W taken tlkfn unoon Inron tinmoncinis tinmoncinisto cl dI dItl n nto
to tl Roosnvelt HO1 Jloipltil H04plt sho hu waj W wa ntlll ti unoon unoonscions Inon
scions cIS last night nllht
Tho pollen found flc three Ih partially finished flnlshetletters
101 fltllr
letters IIU In I thn tim womans omln room All 1 wire r nd
dre drfd dresand d to Dear Ut1 Brother nnd advised n < hI I1 him hlln
to drink drnk rod rA liver 1lr oil oi and on sherry hrr for his cough coughThfl rough ou h
The Thl Identity Idntt and nd addrnst Ic1rl nf the th brother hrotwr wen wennot wronnt vpmnnot
not disclosed Uflold The Th poll f1 polo hinted that thlt tin tinwoman th thomn thinwoman
woman omn had leaped 1810 under the Iht Influence Inuln of mor morphlnn morphln morphinn
phlnn phlnnThn phinnThe
phln1h The 1h wouldbn ouldb suicide ullld Is about 21 years rr old oldand oldand oldand
and ho hM a grt jrnt deal 111 of biondn hnlr hlir A ne4Tf ne4Tfservant flpi1Oservant
servant ant living 111 noir nlr hr h salil 11 that tie th woman woniarwas womanwas llln lllnWM
was also 11 0 known ai flttln rIU Pot No o one on al alAeber lt nt
Weber A t Fields hit t night nloht know any 10 an post Ia nst < t 01 01present t or orpresent
present Irolnt memh mernr nipmnher r of the company liv thn th ho name nanuof nme nmeof nameof
of Dorothy Dnrthy May IY It was no rrnny lnrned lrnld latr thai thaithe Ihiltthl limitthe
the thl girls Ilrls name Inm was M rnilly KlUaheth M I Soot Sootand 8ottolr Scottand
and olr tlmtsh Illt that she ht < hid never rlly bo been > n 11zJtlh on the stage InA She Rhoom Sheamp Sheearno
amp om here from frm ProvlJoncn some tome tlmn tll hum ego ngohoping A egobopimig 10 10hoplli
hoping hoplli to enter 8nleron on a theatrical th otrlcll career orler but Lut failed failedSHIP ralod ralodSIIP
Trying Tla lo 0 Pick Tp aSlonaway a Stoan Who Had Gone OonOrerDoardDId OonoOyrboudnd GoneOverboirdlld
OrerDoardDId Oyrboudnd Not ot let Htm HtmTho IIa IIaThe him himThe
The big bil Atlantlo AtJlnUc transport uAnport liner Intr Mlnne Mlnneaimlls Mlnneapohis lnne lnneaols
aimlls aols which hlch arrived nrhed yesterday rt lrrd had hld an In Italian Itallnistowaway Ialln IallnBlowllay Italianetowawmuy
stowaway Blowllay aboard when hn she he left London Iondol HI HIwas le lie liewu
was 1 not nt discovered d1overe until unti the ship was out ii iithe In Inthe Inthe
the English EnaUs Channel Cannel Hn II said sd he wns M Plctri PlctriUuardla IlctroGuardl Iictroluardli
Uuardla 23 years rM old He I was 1 put to work worlnd workand workand
and nd was WA willing wJlnl and apparently IIPIIU content conlantnon A Anoon At Atnoon
noon non on Monday Iondo la lul t ho was WI1 painting pllntnl on 01 tin tincattle Ihcltle thecattle
cattle cltle deck The sky k was dear dlt but there wa wan WI was wasa
n big bll swell tl on Two Twor of the steward Bewlrd score wernlooking Wlrl scorelooking
looking lokIng out of a 1 port prt when they thc saw the body bodyof bod bodor bodyof
of a man pas swiftly ltU aero acOi4 acmos their vision lon and andplah Ind Indpplah andrplaeh
plah In the to tea la It 1 was the the1aUan Italian stowaway twAwa
Within Whl tthln three minutes lnut the tl1 ship was M Mopiied Mopiiedruid tlopd tlopdlll etnppedanti
anti lll made a swift wl and Ind short circle with tho th
help hlll of her twin screws Icre around the Ihcpll theplstee placo wil whcro whcrothn whorothe
the th man ml hail hlr disappeared dllfa Before this thl evolu evolution 1 coolittiiiTi Ihllo Ihlloth u ¬
tion end members of the th
101 postenserij pl nJer uld memLr If rnw fw
had thrown UlroWI life le buoys and steamer chain chainoverboard chairsnverloard hII hIIoerhoatd
overboard In the hop hop that the man mlllllht ought have havea hi I
a chance banr to get Ict one 011 The emergency emerlll life IU
hoot No o 2 on the thl port side wa wa mado Ido ready dy
prt rl
circuit circuitThe for crcult eJrcultthe fnr lalnch launchfng lntinr > lilr I > i ttMln while hie the VA uhl ship Wp waa luoldul making inl the theeJrcult u ucircuit
The boat blt was 1 down In the water wllEr In a Jiffy
In clurge chUI of Second tconc Oflloer Onlor Pollard Pollrd arid Ild 1 Third Jt
onioer Unlcr Noakes NOkl Thny 1hl searched erlht the water waternil wtrnllOlt scaternit
nil nllOlt about for ulans blll of the to man but could culd find findnone Ondnone findnone
none The pa pnsnlera paessnicers > seniera leanud over the rail railnnd rll railsand
nnd looked on After lpr the boat boats
01 crew < rw re returned r rturne meturned ¬
turned turne to the ship Ahlpl n collection clfctlon of 2J was wo taken takenup tkenup takenup
up in the Rabin hln for hue th men Ipn who had so 0 cleverly cloverlyworked dprl cleverlyworked
worked workt the tl ship amid the boats bOltl crew cr who
had had hard rowing of It In thin swells wI The Themen Timemen
men In the engineers emlnfrl department dlrtrlt It I l is sold soldclaim 11 ciitlcltmim
claim caim most of the credit ctPl1 for turning Irllnl the
Iialhln leviathan so 1 quickly quckl and cleverly elflrl within wlliin her herown hrown herown
own length Capt InyUtid 1llld decided dclrr that thatthere Ihlt IhltIhen thatthere
there Ihen was WI not Cap enough cnollh money nl0nl to an 10 around aroundIn Irnlnd IrnlndIn aroundin
In th thl the engineers department and decided dlcdl to tolet holet
let the thf boats bB cnlner crew cew dIvIde dlldlt dlldlt1bor It ItThwbody ItTmbody
Thwbody 1bor of Henry 1Mn Melaas 1111 Cornell Cornel son ln of ofthn orthe ofthe
the late II Ie J T B Cornell Corll arrived nm1 by the th Min Minneapolis Mm Mmneapolts ln lnnpli ¬
neapolis npli Nov 2 Mr Cornell Crel dIed dlr In lmdon on onNov onNov onlov
nnlE DnIDz IV 11 TttOVSER TttOVSERBelabors TnOr TROrSEItErhabor n nDlab
Belabors Dlab n nmhand In the tbl StreetHe treet lt I I Ii Ar Arrested Arrfted Arrested
rested rfted f for or AMnult AMnultYIKELAND AUlol AUlolrNEuD AsimultVrSEtao
YIKELAND rNEuD N J Nov So 15 2Mayor 5 Mayor lnor Joseph JosephMasons Jo JocephMofl < elh elhlon
Masons lon Mofl office was a surrounded slrrounded last night nihl by byover h hor byover
over five Ov hundred hUldrfd people Jple all al anxious anxlol to catch catchnight catcheight llch llchllht
night llht of a woman In mans Iln clothes < oU I who ho hnd hndcaused hndclued hindcaused
caused clued tho arrest Irft of her htr husband lsuanl for nswilt nswiltShe mssrimmItShe lllt llltShe
She was M Mrs Ir Jerome Jlrome Leeds 1 a bride of wven wvenmonths eevinnunoths n nmnlth
months mnlth She Shl worn a dark dak suit tult derby drl hat and andllsht Ind IndIhht andlight
light overcoat oro t nnd she carried nn In umbrella umbrellawhen Imhrlh Imhrlhhn umbrellavhmen
when hn she he started from her htr home 10me Slim h walked walkeduptown waikecttihitOwn
uptown and nnl met mlt her husband huLlnd walking wokln In Main MainBtreet Mainetreet Ialnstrlet
Btreet strlet with Jlh a I woman womanKxcuw womanFxcum omal I
Kxcuw rscu m mA Mls 1 but perhaps rhat you do not notknow notknow notknow
know ttil thiN Ix my I iii > husband hUnald 1rhar slom h I < said saidThe aid aidTh Die I
Th The woman wlmln nearly nllr fainted fltntpd and nd Mrs rl Ieoil Ieoiltaking 1emhetaking
taking t1klnl her husband husLlld by b the Ih arm Marled for torhom forhome
home hom lleforn lrol going Iolnl many mlnr block thin II liusljatid liusljatidrebelled luhul tiuishetumtrebelkd
rebelled fll d and Id the xvJfc Iro nclaliorrit him hli with a llh nT nTumbrella lr lrumr11 hr hrumntrella
umbrella umr11 until unt ii ntll nothing Inthlnl hut 1lt tho tl liii silver e hiimlle hiimllewas hlnl himmnmilwas
was RIlf left Mrs Mr I 1lds Leeds eds sujs MS h then IIn knocked her herdown hlr hlremn herclown
down emn and choked her hlr Sh 11 She went to Mayor MayorMnnon MayorMason
Mason llon nnd sworn out Olt a I warrant for his arrest arrestMayor nrrl arrestMayor l I I11or
Mayor 11or Mnnon ID on held h1 this tll liuMmnd hl IIc for u 1 hearlnu hearlnutomorrow heariimgtornorrow arlll I IInmorrow
tomorrow and uld soRt for rlr fmrMr Mr Ir Ieed JNds s clothes be before b bforI before ¬
fore forI he II would oud allow IUOW her to go IO home homeixeenxtr hOe1Inu hmonieIXFXRX4L
ixeenxtr 1Inu JIACIIIXE JUCIIr AT HIS 11 itoon itoonWllkesItarre 11001 11001Wlknarre iwoimWihkesflarre I
WllkesItarre Wlknarre Alderman Come omf omea Ipon tlon pen a rode rodeConlrlrance radeontlnu rodeContrivance I
Contrivance ontlnu Made ad to Injure Him HimWlLKESBAnnE lir lirWILt himWuaLeflAmina
WlLKESBAnnE WILt DAnnE Pa Ia Nov So ov 2S sIdfrmal Alderman AldermanHobert AldermayiItohert
Hobert Conalmn COlahln found an infernal Inrlrnal mavhlmi mavhlmiot
ot the Ihl door of his home on Saturday Saturtar morning morningIt ornluc ornlucJt
It was B a cigar cllnr box tmo carefully corrul wrapped wrlppd and la labelled II Isbelied ¬
belled beled Alderman Conahan with lh the Ih conipli coniplimenu cmll conaimlimeats
menu of tho season aon As tho Alderman pried priedopen prtimlopen
open the lid ld eomn om powder Ml h1 ill out 011 Hi t < Ir1 Ir1Opl win winAuspicious WI4 WI4fuJlco wm wmeucimiclouis
Opl Auspicious fuJlco and Ind did dll not lt open th tl tin < > box hu ti until Inl lm lmhad I Ihnd hanhad
had soaked olkf1 It 1 for half Iml nn In hour In a bucket hlckel of ofwater ofwalr ofwater
water Then ill ho 11 discovered that the II box nx Wi svas svasfull s sfull
full fiI of Riiniiowder 11lIWclr nud a tad attached III1dl111 to than 1m lid ld uer uercJBlit wrriht ss im imright
riht right mattlies lle In Much 0111 n manner lanmr that they Ih would wouldncriitH wnlli wmuldilermihle I It11J
ncriitH t11J < aaalast w Eomi > m Kindpnper I1nlfo > r and ald be bl Ignited Ignitedulien lrnllec Ignitedschin
ulien wh1 thebux tl tim bux bn was wu opened openedThe openedihe Jlnd JlndThe
The contrlvniK OlrII was o very N crudely Ildrl cnn cnnstructed conllcled cnnstrmmcted I
structed llcled and Ild It Is I ilnubtful clhllllr If there would wfild hav havbenii I irtvhmesim
benii an In mm rxpliHon 111lnlon even n If the Alderman IIrmnl had hadopened hil 1111opened
opened the box when h hn llrst Ir1 got 101 It I Ho lt has hasno III lassno I
ofenr no Idea Idr who Intended Inlndc to t o Injure InJu irmj mm me him hhl hal tam but bll sup supposes sumPOC5 UI UIJI ¬
JI poses It I must IU1 be hI orni or offender rn < pr who wlo appeared 1IIr1rlI niipeuremibefore i
before leflA him 111 and who desired revenge rcllt for KIIIIU KIIIIUreason soammureason 011
rla4on reason I
IlltOOKHKll 11OtIIrLI S3 3 HEmElt HEmEltCullt IIlrlI IIlrlICal IWtIILSCcii
Cal Cullt llrpubllrsn IrplblllaS to a Conference Conflrtn on tuesday TundaySnbjert tuesdaySabjert lrldaT lrldaTSlbt
Snbjert Slbt Not ol Ultrloted UltrlotedThn 1lllold 1lllold7h ItciosealThe
The 7h men aho ho In 1S93 were connected COIlPctld with withth withthe Il
th the Comnilttw omlll of Flftytliron lirUr and In oppo oppoRltlon olrts orosl oroslaition
Rltlon Illnn to tho regular rflllr Itepiibllcnn 1flblcll orgnnlKitloit orgnnlKitloitIn orlnnl II1
In New York county clnt have hl all 1 received rpIh Invita Invitations 1lt1 1lt1tor Irivitationa ¬
tions tor to attend Illn n ronfereme fOnrrn to lx L j > held on Tues Tuesday fliesltf l ¬
day evening Inlnl at h20 h3 oclock 0 < 01 Ht t tau Ir t Broadway BroadwayTh Irollw IrollwTI
Th TI Invitation 11llalon to thn ronfrmion onrtr ItI urn or hond llnd llndllplbllal onmlti onmltiitepublicatus < M MItepubllrntm
Itepubllrntm llplbllal of tlm tlt City CI i of New IW emc York ork and Ild are nrntlgniM Ir Irlillll areiaimed
tlgniM lillll by h W S Ilauv n < First llt ViivPreslJnt ViivPreslJntThf ln lJn lJnTh
Th Thf oreaiilrritliin orlnnlrlllnn organirat Ion of ml iwn 1 mms 1 iva vas l ealled 1 < 1 the In t he I Ho Hopublican I in inmmhliIms
1hUI publican of ml the tt County Iollt of New I w Vork mmrk and andwh nndhn aridwhn
whn wh hn n H I organle oralll1 l nn en Wiwr Wur ii4r Swnyne Swnviiceietmt wo woFloted Wll
Floted Ilt < t president IrIII11 I H I I ii was wa the I he inndlilatn Ilrlal of ofWilliam ofWllal ofViilian
Wllal William Brnc liriciic > kll iilVs lis II follnvers fllIr aiIm acers Tlm I l lie ortrnni mrmaIIa rII1I rII1Iln ii i itlon mtiimtm
tlon ln rhargnd horl1 that I fiat tiie t h an pills rl tsmli nf II mm I the u regular rllullr organ organization orlan orlan17lun imrcantmatton ¬
ization 17lun wero pnililed IRII When Whl S hen tlm tl I hi present iiri iiriinary frl frlIlan Ian Ianmimary
inary Ilan law II was a adopted nrl the Ihl Suayncllrookfleld Suayncllrookfleldsrganlzatloii Hwanroknlt Hwanroknltorllllol SwaIynhiruoktliitorganization
organization orllllol fudml fl1 away nwn Tlio I 1 hi List pulillo pulilloremarks Illhl imimimileremarks
rlmlrk remarks of Its I meruliers Inlrtr were to II tlm Ih eiTwt that thatinder thlt thltundr timmittinder
tinder the th prininn Ilrirnr law they I h him3 would olid IH I H me > aMe IItI to tocontrol II timcontrol
control nlrnl th I the tvirtv 1111 lu II this th thu vounly count 0111 They 1h lhme base havojot ha hannl basenot
jot proved 111 It yvt yvtlMf1 yotlzut t tlot
lMf1 lot evening renlll no on one could olJI lx lI > found rnlnd who whoould whocnimbl ho hoflhl
ould flhl tell 11 Just JII what lat nihiectM lhlII were wlr to I lx II Ian > ton tonerred ronrtr11 eontermed
erred rtr11 iiliout 11111 on Tiisdiy rtaiu nvnnliig nlli It I wns wnsinchested Scalaemcgittiml
inchested ItIrl that Ihlt tlm tht I he llemililloans lOIIIal I ieniilii katma might Illht talk talkilmut hlkoholt t ilk ilkabout 1
about oholt vice sic 1 or mm I edcral dlr offices om or the t next inii iniiilrliml 11 mntinIhal
ilrliml nllal ramiialgn enhlitma 11111 Mr Ir l r Hrooklleld BlokId siiiiported siiiiportedinilxr ema IJllolld IJllolldOrn ported portedinaiber
Orn inilxr > r In his fight nlhl th mt with Ih Quigg Quiggirxvr QIIt QIItWUT QimigeW4NT
irxvr SPOOXER < rnt1 TO STICK STICKirntlmenl STWKSentiment iUK iUKSllmlt
Sentiment Sllmlt In Wlscnmtn olnnln lueirlnj Lnrln the thf Sennlori SennloriFlerllonlu Snalor1ltlon Senstorhlecllon
Flerllonlu 1ltlon tu AnothrrTrrm AnothrrTrrmMILWACKKE Anollr Another Term TnnIILWAKtr TermMILwAVIIIr
MILWACKKE IILWAKtr Nov So 2 Krom rom present ndl ndlatlon mi 011callous
101101 callous atlon It is almost omost certain rlln thnt Ihlt United Slate SlateSenator flall flallNnllor StaIsSiSenator
Senator Stiooner will not have hB chance
Nnllor Htnr wi n dlnl to toarry t tomarry
marry tarr out his hi II announced wish fl to retire Tttlr nt tho thoxplratlon thmoexpiration
to toIxplrlon
expiration Ixplrlon of his hi present 1r nl tirni but Iut that li lilll I Iwil Iawill
wil will lll hnvn hlv 1mm to nccept anotier term Irl Slid Hlnlpflor HlnlpflorJlm Senator SenatorInmrs SenatorJames
James Jlm II I I I Stout Hlllt tt lit of r Meiiomlme 1llmln who us ho ho h ham been beenirced hnIrlllml beenurirNi
irced Irlllml but hMO declined dlIfN to Income I inomitmi 11 n I rnndldalu rnndldaluor andhln andhlnfur Ii Iifir
fur or thn I ll he 1nltisl I nl1 States IIII Scout nl siys 1 mya that I he h Is Isor I Ifcr isfor
for or Mr Ir Si Ilonlr SLner winer for anntier alllirr term Irl arid Hint time tlmentimenl Ilp IlpIlntlnl timesefltiiiieflt
entimenl Ilntlnl of tr time li people t > II In favor of ih the Senator SenatorTill S tnetmr tnetmrwill Olur Olurwi
Till wi iontlnuo nlnuo to grow growThf Iro growThe
The Th Thinkxlilnr hnkrhlnl lurkry IUI nil ahil I to with lb tdiltd teSt ttstiltti It Itlb teStwltb J
wltb iltti lb llalbntlnfj llalanlne India Pair lam Alr AbAd dr
CIIIKf Clff rKAKKR1 rrAR AT Y It C A Mf Mf1X0 J xxirr xxirrIXl
1X0 fV CAnXKdlK 4 ftXaII IIAtl IIAtlThn hA It Itihie
r4fKmr 101 1011hf
Thn 1hf IJtHlenaat 1t Mays I i7I That Tba a a a Cadst Cad adt Hs H Holnd H Hielr Raelvtd
ielr olnd d lo Oemoaslrate Tat ft Wai M Mllsndlrap 4 4Itandirip e enadlrap
llsndlrap nadlrap In h a Hallor alor lo nelong nlon la the tie T TI M MC Mo MoI
C I Aden A fIn Wheeler hfllr on tb rhlllpsrfan rhlllpsrfanKvsry Pbiilpplativery blppf
I Kvsry 11 seat Plol In Carnegie Hall nai was wa ocrupln ocruplnyesterday OIIIIIfd OIIIIIfdntlernon neepledyesterday
yesterday afternoon ntlernon nt a meeting held hlld in th thI time thoI timeinterest
I interest interest of tr the army branch hrnnth of the Ihl Y M I C A AI Aunrr Aunder
I I under unrr the th nusplcen AU plc of the We WIMt Vect t Side brand brandof brMchor
of the Ihf Y M 0 A H I was a kind of combtna combtnaHim comblnat
I Him Ilnl t ion patriotic nlrloll And religious rlllou rally flen n 0 D Olunfrr 0hlmiwtrd
1 Hnnnrd lunfrr presided IlMlrfd and the principal lrlnelAI speaker speakerI
I I were rr Gen n Joseph Wheeler Whfler And hoot leut Rich Richmond Ich Ichmone Richroonmi
mond mone P 1 I Hobson 1obn The meeting IHtn was I for men meij meni
i only onl the only women present Iresent being blnl par parof fut futor part partof
of the chorus chOI of 300 3 voices ol which furnished furnlsheimost furnishedmoSt
I most lost of the music ulc There was B also al a qunr qunrlet qUlr qUlrtrt quartet
let of women oometlsta rmptlta who played flyl The ThiI TheIot TbeIoat
I Iot Ioat > st Chord and Ind The Holy 10ly City Clr to grea greaapplause Ieat IeatalIIIlse great greataimimiamice
applause applauselien alIIIlse aimimiamicecmi
lien 011 cmi Howard 1ownrd In Introducing Inlrduclnl Gen Wheelei Wheeleireferred Wheler Whelerrrerrel Wheeierreferred
referred rrerrel to t the time lmo when he hf was wa wa an a Instructor Instructoiat InRlrclor InRlrclorat
at Wost Point Iolnt and Gen Wheeler Whfler will wa a cadet cadeunder ladot ladotundr cadetunder
under him A little ltte later he said sad when whcrI htn htnI
I was 8 trying to t command trmld the army of the thiTennessee theTennssH theTennessee
TennssH Tennessee under unde Gen Sherman theran this thl little llttlicommander ltte ltteCOlllnder littlecoantuander
deal but buiwe butwe butwe
commander COlllnder bothered bthered me a great Ieat dea
we got along Ilona fairly falrl well together tiether and ad we both botllived btb btbIhed bothlived
lived through throulh It I saw him In our last war waiwhen worhen warwhen
when hen ho got back bne to the Blue lue and ad I think li liwas he hewu liewas
was as happy about It as 1 I was wasGen wuGema
Gen 01 Wheeler Wh llr was 1 down tOW to speak aa on oncnunlry Mj Mjcountry Mycountry
country lu It progress and nd IU It triumphs trutnlM Most Mostof Mostof IOBtor
of his 115 remarks remarI8 It rolrt concerned concemld the til campaign calpaln agalnsl agalnslSantiago Iflnst Iflnstt8llnio acaintbazatlago
Santiago and his observations obBfaUon In the Philip Philipand ililUpIliflhJ5
t8llnio 1111 IliflhJ5 lie tesnbc described h In delU detaU the ral fall or Santiago Santiagoand antllo antlloand
and then 18 hn h said d Any Anyone one who wh saw tha thaconsequent that thattiM
1 tiM ten go 0 up thlt that da day on the paloo palaoe In Bntleo Bntleocon Santiago SantiagocunteQilont
con consequent I on the courage lour80 and nd persistence pel tlo o ohauled ot otour 0our
our eoldimr eQuont oldt wi will 10Vlr noVtmr want at t 10 eee that I tlag tlaghauled
hauled down downtho downUrMt downUremfl
haull UrMt applause greeted ta thla enUment ad adtho and andthe
tho speaker turned ft to the Philippine Philippinetook Philippines110k J Jtonk
sloler tumi t te Phlppinc
took great pains pllnl when ben I wag W out there tberl h hsaid he hosaul
said 8111 Ireat to find tnd out ou t all ol I could about the thl th char charactiT lhM lhMocr charactmr
actiT of the Ihl pooplo l > pl our soldiers oldle I think thin won woncompetent wereOhItPCtClit Ir Ir111elt
competent ocr 111elt to Judge Judlo them thel and I never heart heartthe herd herdthe heardthe
the women woren of any an race raoo spoken of so highly hlh1r a awere M Mere neWere
were ere the Filipino women womln by b our men ren Ahi Ahiyou hen hnyou
you 01 have te this Uplno a I ama a I basis l8ls you rOi have he the thl basl baslof bulor baeIof
of a great IrM pvonlo I believe that tll under a gooi gooiof lood loodiorrnent good goodgovernment
government thl the nlplno Filipinos wl wtll bOGl1 bsconue 1 a race racoor raceof
of iorrnent which w we A may 101 man bn proud Ir011d I think thik they are areconsent oreBtly areiajtly
iajtly Btly superior uI t to tle the Mexicans lldOI We he heheard hvo hvohoard
heard a great ror dea deal about the dottrlno doctrlno or the theconnt theconsont
consent 1 of Iret the governed Iord I believe brleln In govern government governhaient ovem ovemlelt ¬
ment by tho consent Clnlpnt of the governed but much muchdepend muchdeplnd1 muchdepends
depend lelt deplnd1 on It II lta application applcllon Iotrne The Thl trouble truble ls lsthat 1 Iathat
that thlt the 12000 I mmu man mel under arms nn the leaders hmdc of ofwhom ofwhol ofStilolti
whom whol mare likened to Washington WBhln lon are a lot of ofbamllttl orblnlt citbandittl
fre lklned
bamllttl who ho know no government olrenl but force forceand for forceand
and blnlt the tb other lloooOuo lOOOO YIIIlno Filipinos want wlnt a good goodgovernment lood loodoerrnlnt goodgovermnen
government oerrnlnt They ber want the t United nltld States Statesto Stte Stteto Stateto
to remain flllll and nd It Is I our duty to t remain remainLltul rljlaln rljlalnUut reqmanLlcut
Lltul Hobson ol poke > on 01 the IJfu J f and Ser Service sr srvlc Service ¬
vice vlc of Admiral Job Philip lhUI He I paid rld the dead deadsiillor dndIltor deadsuitor
suitor a hitch tribute Irlbut Referring Jdlrlnl toAdmlral toAdmlralPhilip 10Adlra toAdosirallhilja
Philip Iltor pervlc hlh rnI n In time tie cUll 111 War the IJiu IJiutenant IlU IlUttllnl Lhutenant
tenant ttllnl Ihl who la is from Alabama AlI bamA said 1 nm nmproud al annproud
proud roud that my father and my lD people plple were Ire In Inthnt Intht inthat
that war tht although nltlolh they ttS 1 were r8 from the Ihl South Southland 10utl Southland ¬
land tht I am proud prold that Illt tho war was R willed willedas tUtd tUtda
hnr ll
as It wan thnt coming cmln from thus four bloody bloodyvnara blo bloodylnars
a vnara we w had a new np Constitution < onstutll My I r peoplefought people Tcoplolouht peoplefought
fought r for the old Constitution < onsltul011 which hlh was wnsthat wnl wasthat
that onl only on that coud have b0 lel fM1cr frbtmied frbtmiedafter
after t th Iolutlol lievoiutlmmni it t rcnlJd reoogniaed pIIVr slavery slaveryand
and I hU believe that It W was a Dhlnf Divine 1701dlce 1701dlcethlt Provimlence Provimlencethat
that thlt put these Ul black I1lck nasa pnrmnnently prmlnenth In our ourhand ourhlndR ourhmmnds
hand hlndR In ord orer order r uiat tlt they th could culd bo b prepared preparedfor pr prld prldfor
for liberty But ns n the country countr began bl nn to grow growthere Irow IrowIhlre growthere
Ibltr lut
there Ihlre were r factors flClol that had hle to be eliminated eliminatedfrom elimInatedfrom IDInatd IDInatdtrm
from trm tho Constitution Conlttuton War WA was the I only onlyway orly orlyWiY orIrway
that the Northern ortherfl armies armiescMiid annieeSuiw
way WiY I lm am proud Ult thl Xorthlrn onnll
cMiid C forth year after year nr to settle tlU that ques question out nuction ¬
tion I to mnko rlko P the Ih door doo wide open for freedom freedomto frdom frdomto I Ito
to ton write writ In Indelible Indelblo letters IlUtrl that t no n part prt of o o Mils Milscountry tis tisoultr liiicomlrutry
country should ever separate from the te sn4 sn4whole nmd nuuJholl nmdwlioln
oultr wlioln whole holl We WI houd all a pl enthuse ntbus togetherT7h togetherT7hthn tleth togetitr thf the theorth Ii Iiortb
ortb bl be proud ot th the Suthern Southern sldllrl soidler and andthis I
thn South uth proud prud of the theLNorthf Northern ottherfl soldiers soldiersI aldlrll
I have hlr heard ber many In compliment onl ufnt on the hO deeds deedsdone d6 deedidone I Idnne
done In th the lat 101 late Inn dayswar dA daya war ar but they are areunworthy Irl areunworthy
unworthy Inorth to bn b mentioned In the Ih same NA breath breathwith bllh breathwith I
with that thlt other great struggle 111111 And the thngrandest thotrndpt thegrandest
grandest 111 line In the thl iulogy ulog of Admiral Admiro Philip Philiptells Phiip lhillptll
trndpt tells tll how devotedly deo In I ho served rld In that struggle struggleConcerning Mtnlell stnggipConeemn1n
11 Concerning his hi own 0 connwtlon Innlon with lh the thoV Ih Ihf they
V lonlrnnJ M f C C C A at II the tl Naval Slval Acndemv Acadl IJeut Hob Hobson 10 10n Ebbeon
bo boi WJmetlmm sneered sneeredat
son n said lld tlut time other on I Imtlnt plrld plrldal
at him I told 1lr II them th he I went Pt on that I IclAi Inuld Iwould
would nuld hln mt them nt fencing < nt it hoxnln boxIng in th thcl the theelus
clAi cl room romln In seamanship OI1Ihlp I said alc id to thorn thornSomo ttm ttmHomo thprnMonso
Homo day II there will 11 bn a test lIt of duty dlt and nld Ill Illshow TUeho Illshow
show eho you QU that belonging btonih1 to the V r M ul 1 C c A U Uno I isno
no handicap to a man manThn mll maimThe
The Th hlnelnl speaker went I no U further rurtr but blt his hI hearers hearersaw hllrM hllrMIW hearerssaw
saw aw tlm 111 lfkpr point and an andremeirmwnleg romemliering rmtrllrI1 the U Merrlmac Merrlmacthe Merrimacthamo IPrlac IPrlactll
the IW cheered him hIm for r two mlnutus mlnutusW mlnu
tll W V r1re B 11 Mllhr lhr hln Secretary nlll of f time II International InternationalCnnimltteo IntrntoMI Tnternmuttnnslnmmittme
Cnnimltteo tiled an arreal In II behalf Ihal of the theArm Iherm lImoArm
Arm 01 rm mil hraneh Illc of tEas t V M I rpn C A and Ild a collection collectionwin cledlon
win taken lakln for IU I it benefit benefitIIIIOK lmentflttBOR
HU HI llf Inlh heath lh a ii i the neinltoffltrlkes ne Result al of Itrlle Mtrikes More Than Than1OO Taa
1OO 10 A AssuUa AssuUaChICAnO 4uU 4uUCmcMH tsuLU tsuLUCtitCAri
ChICAnO CmcMH Nov Xo 2i In addition nddilon to the murder murderof
of Harry lar Forrlss Forl yostcrday Irdo fix Ix other othfr murders murdcwand murdersand
and Dld more mlrl than one lne hundred hUldrlJ nxmult Ilult have havebeen hR1 hR1bcen havebeen
been committed recently as the rmult r of labor labortroubles labortroILI labortroubles
orltl rlctnl l ut
troubles troILI The following rolownl homicides homicde are ae fresh freshIn rreb freshin
In the thl memory mlmor of the Ih public publiclUYxtsTON pUbl publiclts1soy
lUYxtsTON II ITOS DENNIS union picket shot shotwhllu shotwhile
while I leading Iladnl an attack against olalt seven 81ln non nonunion lon lonunIon lauraunion ¬
union coal lal heaven hfer on an Ashland Athiandlcnll avenue rice electric tlee tleetro ricetrio ¬
trio tro car died die the next elt day dayMiuKH dT dTMUIEI dayMmihEfl
MiuKH MUIEI PfrtEii 1rI hired hIre picket for unions unionsshot Inon Inon8hot ufflorueshot
shot dead < 11 by b Harry Ilrr ti hasten loter superintendent superintendentof lperlnllndent lperlnllndentor
of Baker Vnwter allr nwter Company Com pan who bo was M attacked attackedby alackl
by 1 ii Inkr Miller lUlr as a he wins Iu on hli hl way WiY homo hOlo from rrm the theOCiiNXnti therato timefactory
rato ratoOnssnn factory factoryOCtiSnht
OCiiNXnti KDWAHD rWAfD union picket Iht stabbed stabbodworker stabbedho Iabhc
10 dn1lh dmath Ly IIII Julluie Monte llnle a onunlon mel melworker mttmuj mttmujworker
worker whom hll OConnor was WR assaulting assaultingSMITH a ulne ulnet
SMITH 11ITI lliSTiv nonunion onInlon Iron worker workermen workfr workfrImokel wmirkerknodtcd
Imokel knodtcd t ITI don nnl mimi klclt kicked t to death L by to tom1 twomoon
men In front frnt of f 7u U We Wt Wett < t Madison street streetIIHAV Itrtlt ItrtltI streetIhIAT
m1 IIHAV I A WlUlAM striking tlll printer tnnlr at a time W Wn V Vft V VB
It ILIt t
B Conkey Companyi Com jilant JJln dnnt at Hammond HammondKtreots 1nlllond 1nlllondInr ilamimnionmilad
n lad shot to death pn at RialI tate nld and Ynn an 111n 111nSIb human humanstreets
streets SIb Inr by I J llalrstow lnlr another Ilother printer prnler who whor who10 whotttmiped
r tttmiped fii erl to > join thn th ftrtkers ftrtkersIisNKOAN SirdcereIIyNEOAN nK nKlss
IisNKOAN lss oAs JOHN JnIS 1 President of American AmericanFederation AmrlCan AmrlCanlertlon AmericanFedcrmutlmmn
Federation lertlon of tlllonnry Stationary Engineer Enlnrl assaulted assaulteduud 0Allh1 0Allh1Ilc assammittaliiimd
uud tlirovn dowiu dowllah > tali from rrm the thl third floor floorof nouror floorof
of Ilc building trades Imd council mlndl headquarters hfldcllorerl and nndKkull andklil andskull
skull Illrlll fractured died n next xt day day at County Ho Hoiiltal Io floe floelilt
Illol lilt iiltal klil S i rrntlrN iinloti 11101 101 toni leaders Itncr 1o Indicted hldlll1 Itmdlmt cml < for the Ib lie murder murderDurinK murdlr murdlr11rnl murderDimming
Dimming limo past pnlt year rnr the assaults lll upon non nonunion nonIniol nonwmmrkynimnm ¬
union Iniol 11rnl workmun I reached rtlchd an alarming alarrlnl flirurn flirurnOf nllrf fleurnIf
Of If these th many rlm cattle tnl near 1r proving povlnl fatal ttll and andn
n number lumlr nf the Ih victims Iclm will wi be crippled crvlltd for forllfr torIrpfror forlIfe
lIfe from the th rough flh treatment Irl3tnpnt received receivedIn rlvl receivedIn
Irpfror In comparison with ilh the Ih number of assaults assaultsmade IUIS IUISmode assmultemade
made the iimsts Iru I by b the police plc have been bpn few fewITIW fewWI
Life S Savers an TCM Capture aplae Two at M SIb Niohi ht on the theSandy theSand theSundy
Sandy Sand Hook Iteorh IteorhSANliT luth luthHST liephSNrIv
SANliT HOOK 100K N J Nov Ni mv 26 2 25Two Two wild wildcoese wid wiltgeese
geese 110 were captured cIItlr on thin beach here last lastulslit la iatimight t t11hl
ulslit 11hl IMwnrd ldar1 Price Id > onn on of Ir the I hn crew lrlW of the theiirrninretl th thHIrmn11 the8lirnmflti
iirrninretl UfoSavlng StatIon Htltlon spied Ipll thorn thorniliout thnm110ut themohiumat
iliout 110ut midnight mllnlh They h were Wfrl roosting rotnl on the theIjench theIeh thebmwim
Ijench and Ind had hld the appearance afaranl of l elng > > lnl asleep asleepHot r1eI asleephiotiuwre
hiotiuwre Hot h were unusually unllnl harem Inr Prim Irt rtolo up and nndwhen andwln analwhmmn
1011 when ho II wot Iot ot within n few rl feet of them IIm they theystmmrted
tiirtert tlrtd to fly I tl One Onl of time nil blrdn Ilr noted atld ns 1 though thoughililertvl IhOUlh IhOUlhI I imnmghhms
I hms ililertvl arid after nrer circling erdlnl about Ihout alighted alightedin nibl d
11 in time I beach Benin atnll Prico Irlo aught It and car carled carrld carned
ned led It to thn th station stationA stationshort Iaton Iatonhorl
A short time tm after ntlr Prlon had l IKn been > een relieved relievediv rled rledh
h ln iv John Inhl Smith Smih the latter Intrr sow 1 the th other coo 1I cwse cwsecircling e eIrcllng edrdlnJ
circling drdlnJ about abolt uttering uUrrhl1 hrlll hrll cries rl a tami though thoughoolilui thmougimhonking
10011 honking oolilui for its IK rnmpanlon 111lnlon After Arr a time Ur It Ittropped ItlrPlttl ititropnied
tropped lrPlttl on oi thn Ih beach nnd nnl was wa caught raulh by h Smith Smithrim Smih SmihI1 SmithiTue
rim I1 two 11 geese I when wh reunited rnnld at II the thl station stationo statIonaecnrdinme taUonanrdlnt
anrdlnt aecnrdinme 1 II to time Irl lire t savere tortt tcrIes IPllnrr 8pp4nred 8pp4nredto
to o tin 1 plen plnpe ploned ed Thnv weigh lllh nbout aholt fifteen fifteenKiunds nrln nrlnI fifteen11nmde
I Kiunds 11 11nmde ld anal will wi probably adorn the life ll savers saversnliln eaveretlmle
nliln 1111 on Tlmiiksulvliig ThnnklhI Day Plr Time Th men at tho thotntlon thotlHllnn thantsllan
tlHllnn tntlon derlarn Nllr that there tlr U no 10 n record rprrd of sins anvrlld An sinssvilii
tief rlld lefon1 lefon1orlrty 11 rol rolSoelel ore oreSortety geese 11 < 1 having hl111 been blln caught tluiht on the Hook Hooklefon1 1001 hooktief
orlrty Soelel of tew w Yorker nrk at Dinner In n San SanFrsnrliro SaFrrllo SanFrancisco
Francisco FrsnrliroSAV Frrllo FrrlloSS FranciscoSiN
SiN rrAMtsco luMIKCO Nov No 24 2bout About one onl bun bunred hundred hiundred
dred red member rrhlr4 of the local loll society 1111 c Ir of > f N XfW XfWorkrK nw nwnrknrs w work
ork orkrK rs hand hal tlmlr first n annual annlal dinner dlnlr last night nightresident nIghtPmosimtnt
resident W H I I Darne Inrn was W In II the th nlilt nliltW chair chairletter thlr thlrA chaIrA
A letter of regret rllt wnn 5 as rend from VlceI lre171 lre171dnlplN > reHl reHlentelerl rpsictenteicet
entelerl dnlplN 10011 himusset Uoos < > vot Among Aron the Ihl speakers speakersern speakerswere rllkrl rllkrlrp
were ern rp Gen Barnis lllwl Col Co ol W V R HmedborB who whoeP who10 whoretsndmmi
retsndmmi eP Cileil 10 o Tlm Th State of Ntm Sn York ork I and andol andmi
ol mi I II I P I Hush nnd Ind Asa ASI H I Wells WellsThe WI WITh VehlsTOm
The Th Trsln for ffr Plltibnra PlltibnraTlie Plhbar PlhbarTtle
Tlie IllUbure llobuf ltmllfd tlmtd tl sic I IlslUaorr IUmor hi Ohio OMol Ohion11rd Ohiohlalimead
n11rd hlalimead l llm d tft 11 S > w York olk South F Edit rry rr fU as5 P M Mjvrty ilUIr at111its
UIr 111its jvrty street 1117on Tnn p I M unite llrf PllUburr rltbulf IU S5 A U UIrslriaM A AI AAe tiltstciane
ltstciane IrslriaM fare Ae l9uo ub strand jmodciu cluv JS40 560 to UU ils
I 110 Itlccu e
lvorr xOw 0 TtiRRKA rHIfI < 1 rofivxff COIVIfI IV v cAim AnA AnAt AISflM1X AISflM1XTim An AnTh
Th t flantrlirail Inlk1 Mirbrt In II Wltronstn unl Feels rII Ih IhBlow tbnl Ibi IbiStow
Blow nl at oar oarMllwALKKK Oa OneMtIwAUxpnI
MllwALKKK 1 AVIIK WI NOT o H 6 Corners ennf1 In wheat wheatcorn wheatcorn bfal bfaltorn
corn oalu nl aiC provision and aid faxserd Irl are AtC of Ire frcquent ft ftQunt Irequcist
quent occurrence oclrrnl In the Ih Chicago ChlA market tin tinIt hit hitI limit limitit
It I remained rtmlntd for Milwaukee lhukl Aixrulntor Iulolol to corner rornethn rornfr rornfrII cornerthe
the II nimbus IAbb market luubt by b absorbing AIorblnl the Ih entire entlrvislhle entireyjaIIml lre lreT1II
vislhle T1II supply In Wisconsin and nm nl up lp the 1l price prlen plltnrlr pricenearly
n nearly arly tlo lo a ton 101 during the Ihlul last forty days dab < n On Onth Onthm i ithn
thn th floor oor of the Ih Chamber Cllmlr of Commerce olnlfrc otimnierce th thcorner Ihl Ihllrnfr time timecorner
corner lrnfr ha hI has not attracted lt1et Ihn I attention olfnlon It I dli dlion did didon
on 01 lower Broadway DrOdway whore hrre the tle produce IIxll rom rommission e001missIon m mmllion
mission mllion trade trae Is I centred tnlrd but when hln It bncannknown became bDO bDOknow becameknown
known know today IodAY that thll K Wendt Wfndt and ncl C F Roloi Roloihad Jolt hloloifhind
had hlr virtually Irlualr acquired aClulrfd the cabbage hble crop one onethat nd ndIhat mind mindtImt
that they IhlY controlled ronlrold the Ih price pric of If time Ih product o othe or orIh8 ofthe
the farm fAm which U converted onlrld Into sauerkraut sauerkrauta
a groin Irnn trader remarked rlrarkd th that t all 11 that tha was Il nov novnecessary DO DOnpCI nownecessary
necessary npCI to make ma the average aVrue foreigner rorellnr dis dissatisfied dl di disatisfied ¬
satisfied BAIlled with lh thu situation lllon was Wi to corner lomer short shortrib hor horribs
ribs rib I A crowd of traders tadel surrounded luroundld the cab cabbage cabbags ¬
bags bl kings kl and gave In them three cheer cheortLast ch chLut cheerLut
Lut month when homegrown homelown cabbage cab hal wwiselling wwi weresellIng ee eeBllna
selling Bllna nt 13 f 3 to It I 1 a ton and Holland 101nd nt t 4 to ts tsvery a Uvery
very er little IIUe anxiety an11Iy was 1 felt over ovr than reports reporucurrent rport reportscurrent
current In commercial comrercl circle trce thnt time th crop crojwas crollB cropwas
was B short hor hut when It was announced announlt today todajthat lod lodIhlt todaythat
that Ihlt the ruling mU11 figures nllre were werl UO 10 to 114 1 14 a ton tondealers Iondellelin tondealers
dealers dellelin tn cabbage nhhDIf awakened nalnd to the Ihl extremities extremitiesof lremltes lremltesor
of the situation and orders ordel were ere telegraphed telegrapbecto
to t the Interior Intror of the Slate Stle for all al the cabbage cabbagithat cabal cabbagethat
that could be b purchased lurchA Replies Reples were ere re reoelvod ro roolvl meocived
oelvod olvl that there was WO none non for sale a anywhere anywhereas DnywhereA
as A Milwaukee MlwDuke operators opratnl had hld purchased purdlled the en entire enUre entire ¬
tire supply some time Ilml ago and farmers fnrel hat hatretained hi hadretained
retained rllonl only a 1 sufficient Bumcent quantity QuantT to meet met their theliown theiron theirown
own requirements requirementsA reulrmlntl
A year ago 10 the lie ruling mlna price prc for cabbage cnbbl wee M
14 4 to M 1 a ton but time men pn who ho cornered corered the themarket tbemarlet themarket
market marlet predict prekt thnt 120 10 20 will wi be paid pAd before brore the thiopening theopnlnl theopenIng
opening opnlnl of tho new ne year yearTllAStP rea reaJRJP yearTRAMP
Th T Margaret t Jones JonP In nallast naut on o the te tend Mary Maryland Maryland
land nd Death DeathBRMJV nt Deathl3mlliuN b bDIIN
BRMJV DIIN Md Nov 24 2The The English Enilh tram tramsteamer tap tapIeer tramp trampsteamer
steamer Ieer Margaret Iaaet Jones Jonl with wlh full ful ballast ballasaboard balMt balMtabard ballastaboard
aboard abard came cae ashore Ihor8 at 130 oclock this Ihl morn mornIng mornIh morning
Ing Ih directly dlretT opposite oPplle the Isle Ile of Wight Wllht life lifesaving l lifesaving
saving 1lnl station about abut 200 0 yards ld away Iwny and five flvimils Oenl fivemile
mils nl from Ocean Oen When first trlt seen frn by b the men meiof mln mlnor menof
of the te station Uton she was well Il ocround between betweeithe btWln btWlnIhe betweenthe
the outer oule and Inner bars bai lying Irln In three thre feet rel o owater or orwntor ofwater
water at the bow and eight feet fet at the stern ftrn In i iballing a abolUr abolting
balling bolUr surf ur Her ltr position Is 1 now no northwest northwesby northwlt northwltb northwestby
by b southwest aOIUnret At t low water thi this afternoon ofternooithn aflemoontll afternoontime
time tll bow which Is I thrust Ih11 high hllh Into the Band Bandcould 6nd 6ndId sandcould
could Id be b touched on a dry dr footing fooUnl from the theLoach thebc thebeach
Loach LoachThe bc beachTime
The Margaret Mnrelft Jones Jon Is I In command ccmnnd of Copt CoptThomas Caft CaftTomM CaptThonuas
Having unloaded a large largecargo largecaugo
Thomas TomM Thomas Ha1nl unJolded Ilrle IlrleCliO
cargo CliO of groin 10in at Cardiff Cardlt Wales WoIB she wns wn on onher Cn Cnber onher
her return retur trip the twentyfourth day d out outA Olt OltA unitA
A mate mte and twentythreo twentytree men compose the thecrew Ihl Ihlcrew thecrew
crew At dark yesterday the steamer ltamr ar arrived Ir Irrlvtd arrived ¬
rived rlvtd about aout five miles mUt south 10ulh of Ocean City Cityabreast al alIhrlo Cityahmreaat
abreast Ihrlo North Beach lach Ktntlon ImUol There TIlre was n8 a adense aden adense
dense den fog rCI nnd a strong Hlronl gale 1011 blowing blowlnl from the thecast thl thl118t tueeast
cast 118t making mlLlll it dlfllcult dJfcut to steer str with wih any al de degree d derN dagree ¬
gree erN of correctness orrrlnIM Capt Thoruan Tbor turned turnedIn
In at 12 hells h la leaving llolnl the Ihl tia shin In charge chargeof chni8 chni8of
of the thf mate mile > About an ni hour later the t light lightof Ilrht Ilrhtor lIghtof
of Frnwlck Island llirhthouso IlhtholM was made nut nutIn uutIn outIn
In the th distance about nix KI miles mils away nwayThe OWI awaylime
The fcteolner telnr wa WI was then going JIIC about twelve twelveknots tWIIe twelveknots I Iknoll
knots knoll Tll an hour In n 1 northwesterly nrlhllrlr direction directionbound dlrectnn dlrectnnhnlnd directIonhound
bound hnlnd for the Delaware breakwater brakwlhr to await awaitshipping a awaiteialpping nl
shipping orders ordtr Mistaking 1lnklnl the tbl light IIht for that thatof thl thator
Ihhplnl of an approaching allprCoch steamer stllKr the th mate lte ordered orderedthn oreerd oreerdth orderedthe
n 11
the th course clr altered allld so 0 as I to steer tllr straight 8trniht to time thnwest tl timewest
west 4ter 4terCart to This 1hl ThIesirmsndad MUld irand d the te vessel a few ow minute ruiuuUw4ter rlUt minuteJohn
I Cart rt John Jonnsnf JOM of We of Wight Wllht station stationwith stationwith tto
with Capt Long of Fenwlcks Fenwck and Cnpt Opt Dun Dunton Dunton timton
lh Cpt LI In
ton of St Ocean City at and d crows cw boarded brdl the vetnl ve veepet f
pet and aa rendered rndlrl what wh assistance 1tnr they oould oouldTwo Oull oquidTwo
Two 1 wo large laae tugs of thin American Amerlrn Wrwklng WrwklngCompany Wnldnl VnocklngCompany
Company of LUg Cnmdon Cmdo Nf N J are 11 now nn on the thescone tie tiene timescene
scone Cmp ne and a steam Itcl barge brle ha hM ben bOn sent IIt for forfrom forrrr fartrain
from rrr I JWe Lewe < ewes Del 1l1 With Wih lth these thf Call CIIt Thomas ThomasU TholuU
U confident of getting gtnl the steamer lmer off ol the const constnt enactlit It Itnt
nt lnflnl high water watr One On hundred hundre and one fifty ni tOM toaof to toor tOMof
of Mono hlh ballast and ard w seremni vernl rnl tons of water watfr have havetwtin hoDOe imaveImeun
twtin removed hallat to lighten up As A yet It Is I Im Impiwslble 1mJHIIble uniwalble
piwslble JHIIble DOe to tell 1 t what ibtllP lt damage d o has occurred occurredThn Ocurro occurredTime
Time Ttf steamer Iomer stands 8tn erect ft nnd I is not taking takingwater taklnl takingwater
water Apt nrently IrenU she he Is I uninjured uninjuredTh unlnJuro
Th The Margaret lngart Jones ons Is engaged n81l1 In general generalfreight l1npral l1npralrrlllt generalfreight
freight transportation Irno from Philadelphia lIIfdtlphiA to toCardiff 10tnrclt toCardiff
Cardiff rrlllt and ports Iorl porlnton In England Enllan1 tOme Is I sm 3 feet fpotlong rOt rOtInl feetlong
long tnrclt and nn has hl a capacity of r 1841 l U torn tOi and dr drlrA drlrAtenlythre drascs drascstwentythree wn wntwsnlythree
Inl Colnrty
twsnlythree feet rft of water him h has ceeri n eight eightyears mtghtyears flht flhtla
years of constant Oltalt service Slro and Ild Is valued aIUN ut utilMOOU lt t tiooou
The Police Pole Stilt 11 Vnabl to Find the he Han Who WhoKlUtd 10 10KIUd WhoILIUd
KlUtd JIUs 11 Keatlnt KeatlntRontrsTrn Kutal KutalomrTrn KeatingflornrsTEn
RontrsTrn omrTrn Nov So 25 2sThc The pollen pol iI have found foundno fOln fOlnno
no clue hi to the thl murderer nderlr of Tl TIrfn Theresa res I L Renting Keatingwho RenUnl Rentingwho
who ho was assaulted a aUIIld and choked to death on onTuesday onTUMdIY onTuesday
Tuesday TUMdIY night Chief Clcary CIla admitted ndmltcd to tonlfht to tonl1 tonight
night nl1 that thlt the search Rarch Is I at alaRlnndUI a standstill hut pay Fa It Itwill Itwi itwill
will wi bo taken tlken up with lh renewed vigor Ilor tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorow tomorowThl tomorrowTime
The Thl Chalet told the SUN reporter rlporfr that It was wastho W Wthl wastIns
tIns thl worn worf orlmo lmA In limo history hlplOt of time th city eh He Hedo Hedn lIedries
do dn dries not nt bar the th Stone murder which took tookplaco tookpllc tookplace
place pllc several sera years 111 ago nlo when Mrs rl Stones Stonesbody SlonesboT Stonesbody
body boT was found in the cellar tIL of her home with witha wltbI
a I flour sack lack pulled pulpd down over her hfr head and anddrawn anddraw anddrawn
drawn draw tight tah to strangle her herNobody herSobOY herNoho1y
Nobody SobOY saw fW the th murder of Miss Keating Keatingcommitted Keatna Keatnatonnted KeaUngeonirn1tted
committed tonnted sold d the Chief nnd wo have bavoabsolutely boob haveahsolutly
absolutely ob olulI no Identification IdlnUtaton of the man mn He Hemtttht Hemlrht liemteht
mtttht mlrht be black bild or white whie for audit lulht wo know knowThis ImowTh knowTide
This Th admission ndmLJul shows ho that Ihot that U eao l against againstllnbart olAn againstlinbert t tInbart
llnbart Inbart Fuller ller the th young 01l n nnn > nn from Hamil Hamilton Jml hlamliton ¬
ton Canada CIAdl who U I under Ildlr arrest Irl Is I nrt very veryrtronc rerrstrong err
strong ptrol The Til thing thlnl lhtn that Ihlt must mUft ho explained explainedJeforn 11flnne explainedhmforn
Jeforn Irorl Fuller Fuler can nn be released rrlpMNI Is the II fact that thnthu Ihlt Ihlthlnllrn thatlie
hu inquired of n I mm two bourn h01r before Irrorf the thl dead deadbodi dral dca4bodr
bodi hlnllrn I had been dlfcovered dlrlfro If they 111 banal Inl found founda found foundft oundlrll
a girls lrll Imdv och over hv h the Ih Central Clrnl Riilrond Riilrondtrarki nlroadtrk Rmlroadtracks
tracks Fullers wpalthv cllh relatives rllth from llnmll llnmllIOM IAml Ilamrailto
IOM to Ont 011 FIIr arm ttlll UI In the thl city i Ihey Thf renewed renewedtheir renewedthmear
their entrentlo Ir for his hi release rIII1 this tlll forenoon forenoonbut rorlnon rorlnonhit forenoonhum fnf
but hit hum the pollen rolC declined dPlnNI to let Iit him go I 0 He e U Unow I isnew
now no In lh the < > Jell JnllIt J JellIt nil
It Is I thought Ihollht tl that Ihll Jimmies Jldge Frne Empt t will I release releaseFuller 11tf releaseFuller
Fuller tomorrow monilng ronllnl rite Th police polM arms arnonmlnc nr nromlnl armscomIng
comIng omlnl Fulpr In for erne oml rrltiosm CinIm iieoausn eoinm tey did didnot dIdol dIdluot
not ol put I > ut out n drngnet dr nt than moment tIme te crime crimewas rimeWIR rlmewas
was WIR discovered dlocofrrd and take hi In II corns Ol of time tll ones onesTho outeRtinnable
tonhl tinnable chnrAtpr8 Ihlnt Ilvinc In tht vicinity vicinityTime IlnltrTh
Time Coroners inquest IIQue t will 1 l he > n held tomorrow tomorrowand tnmnrumrowend
Th and toronpr time Ihl police rolr rely re1 on retting 1lllnl corns 1m llcht Ilht on onthe onthl onthe
the thl trogedv trnd nt thst thAt time Um Two Ptnkertnn men mensrn menerA
erA Ir e uJcrd eiiscted iiected In th Ihl the city tomorrow tomorow to par participate participate ¬
ticipate Utpote In the search searchHOYS searchh3Oh eorcb10J
Selt Sent rnt to the Gerry Onr Society Wall Wie While Their Tflr Cue b bInvestigated I IihnyeiUsted
Investigated InvestigatedWilliam InUtedWlllm hnyeiUstedWIllIam
William Wlllm Funl Flnl IS years TlarB old of 19 Vnrlck frlck street Mreetnd streetand tll tlland
and nd William Wlllm Tuohy Tuoh U 1 of SJi S West cst Fourth Fourthtrett Fourthstreet Olrh Olrhtr
street tr I were wlre In the thl prisoners prliner line 10 In the Jeffer Jefferon Jter Jternn Jefferinn
inn on Market llket pollen folc court ourt yesterday yutrda Pollcc Pollccnan Iolc Iolcmi IollcoInca
nan mi Henne Uenn charged thar d them with IIh dninkonneM dninkonneMWhat dnmkonnlM dnmkonnlMWhat drunkonmneasVhat
What What cried lrle Magistrate IIrAt Brann rising risingfom rl risingfrom lll
from fom his hi chair to t look lok nt the boys 10 The T police policenan Iolc Iolcman Iolicoman
man nan said Iid ha 1mm had found rOlnd them helplessly hllpIE Intuit Intoilatod Intll Intllcotd Intuitcated
atod cotd at t Sixth avenue and Minolta lnlll lane Ian on onRtlrdy onSstmmrday
Rtlrdy Sstmmrday 4 turday night nlht hunk run had hld to t hn sent Int to a alospltal aoApln aimnepltid
lospltal The boy ho said Mll that thlt a I man hart hlc given givenilm giventtn
him oApln ttn a l hnlUe > ottl of Trench wine Ine and hal told toldilm toldhll toldidun
idun ilm to drink It ItWell ItI itShi
hll Well have ba to sen s about ahut this when infants Infantaild InrAnt infantslike
like thol those I nrf arm 1Iked up In th the Street drnk drnkMid drunk drunkitaid
ikI Mid ild the th Mnalalrutn Inlistrul and nnc remanded r the boys boyin b1 b1In boysIn
In n tho custody cutod of th te the Gerry Ort society so societyHunk < ltr ltrnn I IBank
Bank nn Rybbfr Scared Serd Away Aa In a Tennessee TcnnesseCIIATTANOOOA Tnn TnnCrUTAsnooA TennesseeCIIATTAN000A
CIIATTANOOOA CrUTAsnooA Tenn Tlnn Nov So ov 2J 2 23An An attempt attemptas altrft altrftWM
WM wa as made midI thi thlt morning morlnl to rob the th safe lro of the theIrst theFIt timeFirst
FIt Irst National Nltonal BankatJonosboro Dlnk Bank atJonNboro at Joneehoro Tenn enn which whichontalned whichoontained hlch hlchontalnd
ontalned 7MK 76 cash alh The door dor to time building buildingras hlldlni
wa wat ras forced open with wih an Iron bar and four fourhnrges rourthrlf tourcharges
charges of dynamite dnlml were exploded el lode blowing blowinglm blowlnIh blowingtime
Ih time lm safe tl combination comllnl110n off 01 ho sn o money was wnsiken WD wastaken
taken tkfn The robbers were werslarcd scared away awayled Iwa Iwaed awayAged
Aged led ed Mis SmUl Smith Badly Hurt Bar by b a Trolley Trol Car CarMis Ca CarMiss
Miss 111 Sarah rh Smith Rmlh 80 years fB old of 2W 2 5 West Westortyflrxt WptForynt WestFoflyflret
ortyflrxt Forynt street ItI was A knocked knotll down by b a aorty aIIIond aFortysecond
IIIond Fortysecond orty econd street trolley lrll carat 1 fl FJchth FJIJh avenue avrnunst 1nue 1nuelat avenuelast
lat st night nlh Her rlcht rlrh shoulder houldrr wax wa dislocated dislocatedlie dloald dloaldRhe dislocatedShe
She lie was WI taken to Roosnvelt foelt Hospital HospitalDnrnellt lolUlt lolUltDareU Ifoshmbtelflurnett
Dnrnellt Vanilla anhiI aUI EntrieS Etlraeti Fae FaeI
is i the lb test and Ih time test bst Is none too I good for food to sad saddunk nd ndrink nddrnl
drnl dunk I rink Ads AI Insist lno on o baring bnloil IU II Atoll old Ifap skeap rnc l cp subsUiutrs subsUiutrsAit subsuiuWaAds ubsUIua ubsUIuaAI
CVIWM UU 1rTn v rrroiM rnr IMI In I 55 f 5 5riot i iciovit
ciovit Clf riot or A 4 ciUAtExr ciUAtExrWho rl1 rIUA U UWo iiw iiwWho
Who Wo Knows Uno President PtPldml MrKlnlr tlUnlfT and ad Hepr Heprsented Itepreanted
anted tl Ceylon lon al 1 Our Oa Worlds orld Fair Ilr IlrUllertd IlnJtPe iIrJfttered
Ullertd JtPe With lh Toy Tn Rlephnl IJphnU and flri flrillaikets fr frlakl Iras IrasJiaaketJ <
llaikets lakl Presentation Caskel uk Melted BflfeiVincent IId IIdIn MeltedVIncent
Vincent In < nt I ha TiMers Tllfl a Cln Clngaiesm Inlale alrsn merchant rlrchalt wh whIs wlo wloI who whoIs
Is I a naturalIzed Oturalrtl i ltlcn < of lllltiott 1111 and one In of if r t 11f 11f1lllt hum humlargest li lilargest
largest 1lllt tea Importer In1orl In this tbl country rulir arrivefrom arrive arrivedfront
from Liverpool 111101 on Saturday HalurdlY night nlIht aboard abolrd Hi HiBtmmshlp 11 11tmRlp than thanstmmtmcmhip
Btmmshlp tmRlp Campnnla Cmplnla and landed Inlde1 yesterday yesterdamorning yesterdaymornIng ldny ldnymorlnl
morning morlnl at the Cunard < pier J > r Hn 1f was I much muclsurprised mull mullurpr muchsurprised
surprised urpr to find that ho was WA suspected IRflec o osmuggling ot otBOlll1nl ofenmmmggllng
smuggling BOlll1nl and that t3t the tI customs Inspectors Inpclorl hai haia hne had hada
a photograph Ihotolrarb of htm hlr hum sent from Hamburg UlmburI will willthe wUbthe withthe
the Information Inronlton that tnt hn hl Intended Inlnde to bring In II i ilot 1 a alot
lot of jewels and curios curo The TIl Inspectors h hsays hl he hesas
says 81 ostentatiously compared Clnlllre him with wih hi hiphotograph hll hllphotlraph iiiphotograph
photograph photlraph A Al As he bad hld come undor hi his owinamn own ownname
name and as A they had bld his name nlln this seemei seemeito Bemcd Bemcdt seemed seemedto
to t him to t be superfluous superfluousMr IUflrluoll
Mr TiMcra Tbrn made mao no objection objecton to having hnh hli hlithree lila hllthre lilathree
three thre trunks and d several eral boxes searched lch d 01 01tha on onthe ontime
the pier He le did not 10t utter uter a I protest olt until untlan untl untlr untilan
an r Inspector Ilpcortoid told him 1dm that he howould would bovetostrii bovetostriiIn havttostnp havttostnpIn baveto strip stripin
In the Collectors Coletr room on the pier Then T en hi higently he heaenUT tiegently
gently suggested ulisted that tat they might mllht spare spte him hlnthis himthb hImthis
this humiliation humlatIon Inasmuch InDluch a s as > they had round founcnothing roundnothn foundnothing
nothing nothn dutiable dlUale In his belongings wlonanp eicep eicepa nceJt nceJta encept encepta
a box of cigars cin which he bought to t smoki smokion pimmokuon okl oklon
on the tie voyage oa o and Ind found later lter that hn could coulcnot couldnot couldnot
not get at because time trunk tnk had ha been bln put ut It Itthe In Inthe Inthe
the hold He balS e chverfully chlorrUUy tt paid pal the duty dut of ITtf ITtfon 71 7U7 7U7on
on the cigars cigarsAfter cIgarsAfter
After clllr he ha came lme out of the room rom hn h said ald thai thaithe Ibll IbllIho thatthe
the searcher Macher had even pulled off his socks socksAmong sOII iocksMnongthetbingstakmnout
lld of
Among Mlonl Mnongthetbingstakmnout the things Iblnlflnlrn Id tnkrn out of Ir time II trunks tulk not notboxoo ld ldboxO tmd tmdbozee
boxoo boxO were twentyeight tWlnltfeht fanciful manycol manycolored mnnmlorld maanyvolored
ored orld basket bakel of braided grass and a large Inrgisilver larlt largesilver
silver casket with ha hal has relief rellr representation representationof
of commercial scene cfn on n Its u sides and Ind ends endsThin crudeTmi ds dsTillM
Thin commecl was given to Mr Tlssera TI ra by b 300 3 merchnnti merchnntiof llrdIAt mercunrmtuor
of TillM o CevIononOct C Ceslon lon Mlhen on Oct IS 1 three tbr days before Lefore ho sailed sailedor 81td 81tdtQr Ilod IlodtQr
tQr or Hamburg Ilmblr from rrol Colombo ColoGllo Ihey hf com comillinented CI corngslirnented
illinented him for his hl efforts ptors to promote trac tracrelations tacl trade traderelations
Nlnplled pomolo
relations rrlotonl between plwln America and ad Ceylon < 10 Wit Witthe Wih WihIle Vm ith ithtime
the gift Ilf was a nn engraved Inlrntd testimonIal tlmonlli froi froithe from fromthl fromthe
the Ile thl 300 30 recounting the thl virtues lrtut of Mr Ir Tiwicra TiwicraThere rlra rlraTher ftsseraThere
There Ther recounll were rrl also a t about three thre dozen d07In llttl llttlebony litle litleebon hittie hittieebony
ebony ebon elephants flephonll brought bruiht out of r the thf tlm boxes boxeby b011 boxesby
by the Inspectors Inspctol and ad left lying h1nl about Ibout the floor Hooof Ooorof flooror
of the pier Other paenBer8 crowded crowd nrouni nrounithe around aroundthe mnrourmdthe
the ln lnllctol Inspectors t > ctor and f10 picked 1Icket up time Ihl little ltte elm elephanta 11 11phlnt elmphantms
phanta and oxnmlned them There was 01 01ImpreMlon nn nnImprelol sinimpretioni
ImpreMlon Imprelol that tha the th little Ilt brown brwn man mln who whiwore whoworo whowore
wore the wellfitting weltlnl clothes of a welltodi welltodiArrierlcan seiltodOAmerican Itoo ItooAmerc
American and ad spoke pke as I frtcc perfect ff ftEngUdh English a M i iof a acl acollege
Amerc college professor WM a Jugrlcr juggler or numagirlan numagirlanhecausms otdnn otdnnIIUK
cl hecausms of the queer QIPr bafcli bafcliIn baskets ThfY Titey were weroIn wereIn
In IIUK two pnrkaiw fourteen rOIMn baskets hakt In each enchThe eochThe eachThe
The lower pkIIA basket was M nearly nlnl n I foot long nm nmthn Inc and andtime
thn other othl srrndunlly diminishing dlmlnlBhnl In slz fUte fUteInto Out fitted fittedInto <
Into the th big bil Ildllly non and nd one on another ooller The Thl In Inspertnrs InPlol Inspecters
specters took tok them npart slowly Ilowlr and examined exnmlnethem examinedthem <
them Plol nil over Time l pr little lll baskets hn kt onr were Il like llkitho Ik IkIho likethe
the Cingaleses Onlleo8 ni unclerclotlJng uncerclnlhlnl scattered IcUe aroum aroumhis arlnl arlnlh around aroundhi
his h hi baggage bAIIIt and Inl curious IlroUM pa pMonl passsnunrs sen er8 picketthem picket 1Ickc pickedthem
them up uplnd and remarked relark1 on their prettiness prettlnessMr fretnIM fretnIMMr
Mr TlMora said that he h had hlr brought hrAulht the thilittle Ihl thelittle
little ltle olephant 11ophanlt and ad the baskets hl ket to t dye Ihe to his hisfriends hi hifrlonl hisfriend
friends frlonl and they Iho wens rn not disturbed dlllrbpd any on more moreThe ruro ruroh mareThe
ono casket held nnd Mr MrTlssera MrTlssera Ir IrTIot1
The h lug hll sliver fkot was M hfld up II
Tlssera decided dOlldod to vend Ind It through Ibroulh In bond to toChlcniro 10CIMlln toChicago
TIot1 Chicago CIMlln where he has h bit hi headquarters headquarer while whileIn whie whieIn whilein
In America AmericaAft A AmericaAfter mCMr
Aft After r the Insrnctnrs InMrrtr were prl throuoh thrllh with wlh Mr MrTls MrTIIqrl MnTimira
Tls TIIqrl Timira > cra they the left hit hI curios Crlo nnd the th contents contentsof onlnll
of if his hl trunk trlnk trunks and boxes < just whern they the had hadthrown hl haithrown
thrown them nlr The little IIIA man mln wont rnt to work worknlone workIlon workalone
alone Ilon and managed mlnolld after ntcr n hard Imrc hour hOlr to RAt gntnil RAtni getmill
nil ni his nnl nrorertv rorr In shape hlf1 to be taken tkcn to the StJ StJDenis 81 514 514enis i
Denis Dlnl enis Hotel Hnnald HnnaldI fle uatmi nlc I IT
I here hlvI fotpl travelled Irwfv 1 all 11 over ovr tIme II world Crld In civil nlvllIred rll civilbyes
Ired byes and barbaric placos flI anal Incl never have hl1 been beentreated beentreated pn pnn
treated It Inc ns n I was n todnv I know ko President PresidentMrKlnlnv Irllent IrllentMrKlnlp PresidentMcKinley
McKinley hnvln hllnl baylor met m him when hln hn h was lB Oov Oovernor On Onernor los losemnor
ernor of Ohio Hn lp him gave III mn m a little Inl fonvenir fonvenirI pOlvIr pOlvIrI
I shall Ihal nppnnl to him anal try Ir to get et the duty dutyon dlt dumtsOn
on the thl casket cnII presented pr nto Inr to mn II by fr time th mer merchsnts rr rrthnl moerclients
clients thnl of Cevlon Cldon remitted rrIUcl On my m way from fromColombo rrmolomh fromColombn
Colombo olomh to hamburg Inmhlrl I had In 1 mr baggage bncgacoa h11 e 1 1a
a valuahln IIUhl jewel Jff1 box bl containing cnntlnlnl about Ihoul taco lunworth J tacowortim
worth of Jewelrr Jtllr Thl was M mining m lnl when hon I Iarrived Iarrived
arrived 11fd At Hamburg end I coniplnlned conIlne to thn thnsteamship thl th theteamship
steamship company Finally FIIU I filed ne a claim claimagainst ollim ollimMlinst claimagainst
ItfImlhlr against Mlinst the t Ie cnnlny company Their hllr defence drrnr was n that thatI
I should holld haw hl lomln nnpo dnpoited ltnrt my m valuables with the thopurser theflrr theptmrser
purser Anparently tipmsrenmtl It was 1 not believed U1 in inHamburg InHamhurl inllanuhumrz
Hamburg flrr Hamhurl that Ihlt nltrnth I had reallv rllv lost the Jewel Jlwpl box boxFO hx hxtO boxso
FO tO the tlm oiictoms 110 authorities Rlthnrllf hire OH A I under underhtand Indlr Indlrttllit imnalerstnmmmt
htand ttllit tl It I werrt wr notllled nol11 l from rom Hamburg to ex expect nfct cxpoet ¬
poet me with till Jewels JpwP I had lost In order orderto orderto
to runkn sure IIr of r inv Identification the Hamburg Hamburgpeople IIlImhllrlpol hlnmhumrgpeople
people sent my photograph to tho customs customsnuthorltliv cutomallthorltl cuistonisanmthoritts
nuthorltliv nuthorltlivMr allthorltlIr
Mr Ir Tlssera TI rll hnd charge of the Ceylon ex exhibit exhlblt ¬ i ihlblt
hlblt at the Chicago Fair FairVO FairNo I
He Iloollld Would Not t Uolsle Vice ice co and Lan ItIndi ItIndividual 1tladJIdo1 Ittadvldusl ¬
vidual Effort I ort the Core CoreIyman CoreIyman
Iyman 1 llln Abbott devotod a largo part of his hisaddress hl hladdr11 hiaddress
address In Cooper Union last evening In tho thoPeoples tho1eoples timePeoples
Peoples Institute course of lectures to a con consideration lonIdemtlon conaldemation ¬
sideration of tho antlvlcn crusade In this city cityHn l1t l1tn citylie
Hn n inmln a plea for individual effort on behalf behalfof
of good moral putting the heel as a he ex expressed nprlMd cxpressed ¬
pressed It on time head of the th serpent nod nndkeeping IIndIClllnll nodkeetalne
keeping It there He combntnd the Idea of ofporno ofom ofsome
porno om reformers that evil hns coma to stay stayand eta Itaalld etaand
and should be Isolated I Herald HeraldI n lie laid laidI
I see < < It suggested 1It1 II Id soniitlmes that wo 0 should shouldtake shouldtake houldkAlln
take kAlln one ward and put all the licentiousness 1I nlioufll1l of oftho ofthe ofthin
the city elt In that ward and leave Ira It there I won wonder wonder on ondr ¬
der whether the people f who livo II In that district districtwould dhtnetwould dItnietwould
would votn 011 for that proposition It would wouldsimply lollidsimp wouldsimply
simply simp t olon > the Urn of the whole city 11 Thn Thnreason T TtnII1O Thm Thmrenius
reason I do < not n believe In this lila policy 11011 U this thnreason tll tllreMon thisreason
reason I do not believe ns o I once 011 did In tim thodoctrine IhldoculOII timdoctrine
doctrine of if eternal punishment It Is I because hf < nUBU I Ido Ido Ido
do not believe bllIlln In this > doctrine of eternal Bin I Ido Ido Ido
do not believe blIe that the Father will 11 ho satisfied satisfiedto IIMnd IIMndCo
to take the Itiliiuity Inl lull < of the world nnd Shut It Itup ItliP ItImp
up In some great prIson house hou of despair nnd nndha1 analhave
have It there to go on corrupting and fester festerIng festering
Ing through the ages nil We have hll mmethlng mmethlngbetter IOmcllilllllblIlr somethIngbetter
better to do tb In thin life ur than to ti make a local lornlhell 10111hlI localhell
hell as II the Ih Father of thn universe rinn hll hns soon soonthing in II IItblne > o othlng
thing better brttro to do than tomnknnn 10 lllIk IIn eternal hell hellPr hIIOr hellDr
Pr Abbott holl wild nl further that n threefold threefoldspirit thrrolelrlrll threefoldspirit
spirit rlrll of evilgreed IIrlld nnathy IInlh and tartlAnnshlpwa tartlAnnshlp rartlMnhlpWI1R
wa was at the Ih bottom of the Ih trouble troll hIp The for rorrnctlvn forroctive or orJf11e
rnctlvn was 111 individual effort amid conscience consciencequickening consciencequickening oll cnco cncoQIIckenllll
quickening rather than laws lawsUET II1uJler lawsJIzT
UET ArTKR TEX YEARS TO DIE DIELongSrpsraled DIELonIpratd II IILengSeparated
LongSrpsraled Friends Killed by Gi is Iu on the theFirst tbel1nt theFirst
First Mint lght of Their Hf lltanlon lltanlonATLAorlo IteunionArtA71O union unionATLANTIO
ATLANTIO CITY N I J Nov Xo 25 25August 25Augustfleilil August AugustRclhl UIfU4tRcihl
Rclhl and Theodore Thompson of Lelpslc two twoclosn twoclo twoclose
close clo n friend went In different directions to tomako tomko tomake
make their fortunes ten years cars ago Yesterday Yesterdaythey YealerdayIhy Yesterdaythey
they mot by b chance and Itclhl Invited l Thomp Thompson ¬
son to tho Klondike Hotel to celebrate the thnoccasion IhAoCl1IIlon theoccasion
occasion Enrh narrated his hi travels sInce nlncnlonvlnc IIlncIMlnl sIncebeavIn
lonvlnc the old worm world and two 0 more happier happiermen halfllrmln hmuimpiermen
men could not tin h found At midnight Relhl Relhlasked RIIIiIokrd fleihmlasked
asked hl hiM hum to remain with him over nlsht nlllhtIn nightin
In the II hotel Thin Thl morning tim proprietor proprietorsmntled lrolrItnrmollrd mropfletnrsmelled
smelled Ban Ifl anal on forcing nn entrance into the thobedroom thebedroom timebedronun
bedroom found bath In bed dead The Th tan tanwas va vawas
was 0 turned on hut It is thought that the llcht llchtwas lIthtWI10 llghmtwas
was extlnirul nllnlUlhd tied by b air In the Ih pipes Iloth Ilothmen 1I0lhmln liathinca
men wart well droned but no addresses addr I wero werofound lllrtround nerofound
found In their clothes clothesMtRESTfl dol clothes4hihlEST5 hIs hIsAnRE
Manlier tnsftr and Actor Accused of Tlolstlng olatJn the theMonday tbetlllldT theSunday
Monday Law IAWPolice I IPolice LawPolice
Police Captain CIlr > l4In Thompson and two U mince dttectie mincetives t c cJvc
tie tives of the Mercer Arccr street station went to thn thnermnnla 11111aennanla tim timGermania
ermnnla Theatre at EIghth street and Astor Astorilaco AlorplA6 Astorplace
place ilaco lost night and arrested thin tb manager managerJeorgo IIalftllfrHeorll tnanagerleorge
Jeorgo Wlnterflold of 124 I fAst iat HMh lIftl street streetnd AlrtIand strsetand
and nd Frank Erlaw Erla an actor for violating this tlmheatrtcal th ththfotrtcal thistimeatrteal
heatrtcal law 11 Tho comody icldbaumer icldbaumerrns
WI rns played at this theatre lost night MIl nndIthough MIlllthoUIfIl analalthough
although none of the Ih actors was In costume costumeor oOlllllllenor oostuirmionor
nor or was al there any IIn shifting of scenery apt apthompson aIThompson alitlhnmlmcon
Thompson decided that ho was justified JII ltnecl In Infinking InmnklOl inmaking
finking tim th arrest under the Sunday Bunda law lawloth lowBoth lawIloth
Both loth prisoners nsoner were boiled out outTialrle outIrle outPsalrio
Tialrle Irle FIre Damage T Ts Thu xts Ranches RanchesDALLAS nacbDALLA ItaocbesDALLAS
DALLAS Tex Nov Xo 25 2Rrportlt Report from thn thnexas thllTuna thm thmTexas
Tuna exas Pinhandln today say that prairie fires firesre nrtlinre firesare
are re sweeping over the cattlo ranches In Sher Sheran Shermlln Ethermacn
mlln an mind ndjolnlng counties rountl A score nre or more moref moreof moreof
of f the largest Inr t ranches have been burned over overhe oIrThe overTime
The he area burned I is stated to hn forty miles milesnig toilethong
hong nig by MX 11 motion wide Most of the cattle cattleere catUeweN cattlewere
weN ere saved savedTornado savedTornado AndTomdo
Tornado Wrecks rtrlt a Tens T1 Town TownDALLASTex ToWIIDALLAl TownIALLABTeZ
DALLASTex DALLAl Tn Nov SO ov 25 25A A tornado at I oclock oclockil odocktM oclodcthai
tM il morning did much property Iropell damage at atIntonla atFllllonin atlntonla
Intonla In Fayette county Tvelre OIft places placesf plaecof
or f business arc nr reported wj 91 wrkitiimumt kilbut ktI hut no lives livesern 1IpsIrl livewere
were ern lost The Th damage Is I estimated 1 at UOOOu UOOOuNiagara S 5Optagara OOOI OOOINla
Niagara Nla Fall and RrlnraSS RrCar RrCarttanM ReturnSMVia I I1a
Via 1a I rUawanna nallroad Tickets Tltk food goUf rO 1f I Ir
JrL Met r 2s 5 Return limit Dee J aA 3Ads xtfs I
FlrtlIW diniitni crivnrit crivnritUfn 1 rrrII1 rrrII1lfn rrtnrtilien
lien Ksret It liar fsnpslin mplja ll 11WnunffI lisgan n r Yuneral nrr < l lMsnlla In InInlla InI4snhIi
Msnlla nf listen tin M htasial htasial4guial uul uulIrltI4 rli rliMAfll
IrltI4 l1bll 1eieIei Irr 1fllPII 1fllPIIIAHIIA ts 1IIP i4m5 i4m5I
MAfll IAHIIA I tni is Nov io Si 1 The Ill riilll lIIIIIIln I Id ii imiI > > ln ns Coin CoinmNMonnm nm nmmisslonunrs In Inmlolo
mNMonnm mlolo Ihn Ih I hams various foreign tumid pu cotituN I nn nnttiniKands coil 111111thouOllndA coilttmnmmsamate <
ttiniKands of dtlretn dll cit Irenms nttemliHl th tho I tm fuller fullerof rUIIral rUIIralor I Iof
of Karon 1II1r Oil Mnnrnln lnuI who Ii wan n murdered murderedyear IlIlIfltrf1TNlr en enyear
year MilO laxt April pnl whIle nttntnt UrnNhll > tlnirto I hi reetii reetiithn peIIIhlrllllMf tlimllthin
thin IhlrllllMf release of it thn II thm Hp 111811111 Sgamminiis nlnrdi < who fh wern ncr r liel lielprl Ihl IhlflrI Imeimlfirleommers
prl firleommers onert ollr by h time tlUII KlDlliiiw Um J I he funeral flllrrniIII wn wnan sent sentCs
an lurirely Iltrllrl itteinled ni that of if ieti 111 Lawtoi LawtoiIt IAIII IAIIIII
It In I stated that llATon lu Maurnl bad beei beeiiiicceMful IenucCfrullll henrisuccessful
iiicceMful In his hl nnitotlnilnns IlnAOU II II nil nnd WM mgq return returnIIIK rturnhIll returnlog
IIIK with lIh an order from Airuinnldo for time Ih IhI r rleaw ripaee
leaw I of the thm prisoners when h he h wan Intercept1 Intercept1by interreptedhI t th
by h Oon Iunn who ho lid not npprovn of freeln freelntho rrllilcIho treelnusihue
tho hue cuptiviiK and wax killed near ftr Hanto TomaIlls 1111III Toma Inmunesiii
Ills III grave wax mcontly IdontHInd I < thrnugh tin tinefforts thItTort time timeefforts
efforts of r CJiiartormastnr Inpt lIlt Horton an anthn and andthn andthin
thn biOy hJ wo IM disinterred nntl brouuht hep hepMgr hrrAMlfr lmrre11gm
Mgr Chnppulle then th Papal deleirnte blessed bleMotlm hlcdth blessedtime <
time th body 1 Ion MnoArthiir grunted n den denenfln OnertrtlIlCJnrd lenerdVen
enfln ertrtlIlCJnrd guard of honor honorlien honorJell imonortherm
lien Hams troops occupy OCCUI Rnmnr and andoftrntlnl1 ar aroperating are areoperating
operating ennrircllcnlly TIme 1h record of en enunities CIll CIllulIllldurilllrtht casumulties
unities ulIllldurilllrtht durlnirtliH pout week Ipk ° m scouting show showthat KhoWMthllt showsthat
that four Americans AmrI nn wont felt killed < and nix Ix woun woundod WOIIIIdcd ouitt ouittdud
dod Twontynino Klllplnnn lIIplnn were killed nn nnnovnntyfivn and andtlovftnlyn andseventyfive <
novnntyfivn captured < I Including the Governor Governoof GOeworof
of the Provlnco of Albay AlbayrxiasnEn AJI AlbayZItISUED > I1 I1lmSneD
rxiasnEn i IV STORM ov xnnnx xnnnxSome SIIORZMoms 8nMlIome
Some of the Victims eUm of the Wrecked rek Slum SlearaSt SlumSI Steamer SteamerSt
St Olaf Did Not Drown llrownQHRIIEC JlroaQtttllEC DrownQranmac
QHRIIEC Nov So 25 2STho The schooner Marie StarliJosephine MarieJoscimhine lArlAJoslflhlnl
Josephine with thirty thlll men left Seven Islam Islamtoday Isla Islammais Islammaistoday lid lidtodo
today todo for the scemt of ci time wreck of that Ih steamer steanmBt steamerSt tearnfrSt
St Olnf to search for the th bocllM of the twenty twentisix twenlIx twentysix
six Ix victims Thu only one found Is that o oMIssMarinPage of ofMlmss
MIssMarinPage MIssMarinPageIt 011115 Star 11Ir1I Page Il18eIt PageIt
It U believed now that sonic of the lii victIms vlctlmireached victImsreached 1Um 1Umrfachod
reached the Island and pcriihrd ltrj ljd there of cnli cnliand 01rlI1nd coiaiand
and fatigue and that tlla t they tho now 110 lln burled be benwth he henMlh beracatti
nwth three feet of snow Tho searchers r rport ft ftport Topant
port that there arc signs 111II that soma reachni reachnitho rellchlIho rcachiealthue
tho shore A pall of lard and other article articlefrom onlclfrom articlesfrom
from the hlp were ero carried up from tho bead beadto lIahto
to then eden of t the th woods woodsThere WOd9There woodsTimere
There was no shelter for any who did ge geashore Ret RetILhtre getashore
ashore and the easterly gale ale and snowstorm xnowntdrnmbrht snowstormnumight notllmlml
mbrht ml ht well ell have cau caused ed their deaths The ThidUfisUr Thedtsllllllr Timedistiater
dUfisUr probably occurred when the storm stontwon stormwas
won at Its height and two or threw feet of m snow snowhave < now nowhnve
have fallen upon the chore and neighboring neinhborinswoods neighboringwoods
woods sinus A more thorough search will wllbe willbe
be made tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The boat of the ves vessel el mire lying broken upon uportha uponthe
the bench and the hull of thn ve vessel rel U In four fouidifferent fourdiffsrent
different pieces Capt Iemalfter fans been i iseufarlng a aseufartng
seufarlng man from his boyhood and never neveimet nevermet
met with the slightest accident before beforeDltSD beforeDIED
Elderly Mrs Edgar Stricken With Heart Dis Disease 11 11Cue ¬
ease In Fifth Avenue AvenueAn AvenueAn
An elderly woman carrying a black cloth bag bagwas bagwas
was noticed leaning agaInst the Fifth avenue avenueside avenueaide
side of the Cooper residence at 12 North Wash Washington Waahlngton ¬
ington Square about S oclock last evening eveningBefore eveningI3efore
Before posaersby could reach her ch she sank sankunconscious eanktancmnscious
unconscious on the sidewalk She lay th there rw In Intint Intim
tint tim rain until word could be sent to the Mercer Mercerptreet Mercerstrict
strict station for a policeman and nn ninbu ninbulanre amtulance
lance When Dr Ford arrived from St Vin Vincent Vincmliis ¬
cent cmliis Hospital hn hm pronounced the woman dead deadHeart dadhiemmrt
Heart disease ho gave as time probable cause causeThn causeTime
Time body was removed to the Mercer street streetstation streetstamtlonm
station There through a acard card from the Wom Womens Vomens ¬
ens Protective Society at CB W Vii it Eighth Eighthtreet Eighthstreet
street recommending Mrt Ellis Kdgar to the theIioomls timeLoomis
Loomis Sanitarium for foraplace a nlaw KM a housekeeper housekeeporthn
the woman was wa identified ns a lira Edgar She Hhahnd Shehad
had lived at a boarding house nt 8 East Eighth Eighthstreet Eighthstreet
street which she sim had lift to go to church only onlya onlya
a few minutes before she wee stricken strickenSEAS strickenSEAS
Three Times Her Engine Stop for Repairs RepairsMUchlrf Repairiiscbtif
MUchlrf Done by a Ware WareLa
5 La Lorraine of ttto French line In yesterday yesterdayfrom yesterdayfrom
from Havre found a lot of dirty weather In Inthe iiithe
the steamship lane She stopped her port portengines portengine
engines on Tuesday to replace condenser tubes tubnsthat tubesthat
that were leaking The next day her star starboard starboard ¬
board engines enn were stopped for the canoe pur purpose pur3mae ¬
pose Her port engines wor wore again stopped nopiwdthis stoppedthis
this time for eight noun on Saturday night nightmade nightand
and Friday nmorning so that retains migtmt b bmade
made to a stuffing box There was a great greatcomhlnu greatcomnlminue
comhlnu sea o ott Monlny and a tail erect top toppled topplied ¬
pled over time port bow smashed the rail of ofthe ofthe
the boat deck and made a big dent In the port portcorner portcorner
corner of mfthie the steel deckhouse which Inclosen Inclosenthe incinseusthe
the > smoking room A sofa almft the dented dentedplace dentedpbee
place was smashed One of the penmen who whowereon whowmroOn
wereon dutyon the boatdeckwa boatde lcwaa lifted by the thowavn thewave
wave and thrown down on hit knees the caps capsof capsof
of which were fractured fracturedSeATOK fracturedSENATOR
Acote Ilrtihtf Disease and flood PoIsonIng PolionlagMake PoIsonIngStake
Make the Cue Cii Appear Iluprlew IluprlewST
ST PAUL Minn Nov 2S 25Acute Acute frights Hrlghfsdisease frightsdisease
disease It U now admitted Is the malady with withwhich wlthiwhich
which Senator Davis U suffering and which U Ulikely ishlkely
likely to end fatally within a short time The Thepoison Thepoison
poison from the injured foot It was amId today todas todaslied
had permitted hU whole Cystnm nUm and ttd mado madotlm madothan
than case nnpear hopeless hopelessThn hmoelesmsThin
Thin imtlent has bo henri n Mlrtoiis < for twenty
four hours His thoticlitu nr arms of hU iii duty nt ntWnihlneton sitSashlngton
Wnihlneton Hn bellevenlilrnnelf belIeves hirnslf In the Senate Senatelln HentlIe
lIe cilln upon time pre presidIng ldln officer for recog recognition mecognitimmnm ¬
nition anti dl discusses cu es In rravmcntury utternncea utternnceathn
time nations foreign roller rollerDr rohimvPr
Dr Static a bulletin today l is ns follows followsSenator followsSenator
Senator Davis tins been rostlne quietly for forn
n abort time Temperature M if pulse fluc fluctuating Thactumating ¬
tuating between 110 and 13o resiilratlon 20 20novs 20IlO1S
novs XTKAL mAjiiTE mAjiiTECat
Cat tp Stick of II anil Sprinkle on the lb Road Roadto
to Laue Kiploiloni KiploiloniWlLKESllAniiK RiploalnueWILItFSIiAhlIia
WlLKESllAniiK Ia Nor X ov 23 2Slx Sir boys boyswcro bobswere
were arrested hum today for Moallnt dynn dynntnlte drunmIte
mIte They hail taken time sticks from tho thoKhnnty thoehmnnty
Khnnty of a railroad repair gang and had cut cutthem emittimean
them Into pniall nmall pieces Ther they hnd hndsprinkled hnaisprinkled
sprinkled on Wood street with the Intention of ofrnuslng citcausing
causing them to lie exploded by passlnK wagons wnironFortunately wagonsFortmmnatmly
Fortunately their act wa was dl dieoveril rovcred In tlm tlmto tIme tImeto
to prevent any explosion Thin pieces were weregathered weregatimered
gathered up and put in a safe place placeririrtxo Ulace7LIflXO
ririrtxo JVXTA AT r iovo KOVO KOVOThe K0NOThe
The British Colonial OfDre InTnllgatlni the theComplaint theComplaint
Complaint of This Covernment CovernmentWASIIIXOTOX GoscrnmentVAslThyaro
WASIIIXOTOX Nov 24 25A A despatch has been beenreceived beenreceived
received at lime Stnto Pei pmlnrtment > nrtment from Mr MrChoate MrChmoate
Choate the Amerlrnn Amlmssador In Ixindon Ixindonronflrmlnc issidomconfirming
confirming time ho press report that the British BritishColonial fritistiColonial
Colonial Ofllcn lm hunt undertaken an InveMlea InveMleallon invnstigrshlon
llon of the comphilnt nf if thli > Hovemment that thatIhn tbmntliii
Ihn Filipino Junta In In Hone Kong I is violating violatingDin
Din neutrality arrangement between treat treatBritain heatIlritaln
Britain and the United States StatesBV State1EN
Our nr Ambassador lo Fiance doe hoes to Morocco MoroccoOar MoroccoOur
Oar Claim AgaInst That Country ConntryTANOIEB CountryTSanmin
TANOIEB Nov 24 25Oen Oen horace Porter the thnTnlted theInlted
Tnlted Stntes Ambassador to France arrived arrivediere arrivedhere
here iere yesterday yesterdayThefnlt yesterdayTimehnitm1tnteshave
Thefnlt Timehnitm1tnteshave dRtate hnveaclnlmof aciahrn oftn00miainst oftn00miainstMortwc ISooo naaln t tiloroeco
iloroeco for the killing of Marco V Escuigin n ln In Innngler IiiTangier
Tangier KMaaln was n naturalized AmerIcan AmorlcitnItlznn AmerIcancitIzen
citIzen There has been talk rf sending a war wnrhlp warship
ship hlp to Tangier to collect the bill billllore billItore
llore Than an Inch of Data DataTime lUloThe
The rainfall of the present storm which be bean begao ¬
gao an at 7 oclock Saturday morning was up to tonldnlght tomidnight
midnight lfl last t night 1IR Inches which will willo willdo
do o the water suptily good Thn torm has n nay siday
day ay to run yet hut before tonlcht It will be beilder becolder
colder and the rain may ma tum to mow mowinr snowhor
inr Roosevelt In Albany AlbanyAIBAXT AlbanyAnney
AIBAXT Nov Ji 25aov Oov Jloosnvelt c canoe mn to toIbatiy toAlbany
Albany Ibatiy tonight Hn will return to Oyster Oysterlay
ItO lay on Tuesday and i spend < Thanksgiving
here thereflan hereHaanN
flan Rettsvranl Taih M and Col AT Arurbl7 I IEuprrblr
Euprrblr appointed for diane an and < upper Utule I
IOSRII rr I nv roucit roucitHearon goIICRI1ernn
Hearon IMihis htIh Aradrmys Pipits lived Fre Frenit
semi nit Easy with MnflUdletla Sn Miudles to Mother llnth There ThereTirnrd
0 Turned Out Kurh Day In fleam at Will WillAlno WiltAlmost
Almost Wetfrheslrr County While Ik Ik1rofeMnr the theIrofmor
1rofeMnr nought Relaxation FJiewhrr FJiewhrrFur FJitwhiitiIimr
Fur something like two years ears thin following followingadvertlsenicnt followingndyeriisnnmment
advertlsenicnt ha hmts appeared from tlriin totltnn totltnnUP to t line linetutu
UP to nrllllfi n f tiw w weeks ngo In various New NewYork iewiork
York newspapers newspapersDEACOV ntwsttmtulrslllACON
Turkanor N Y
IloMitlnr school for huh Unit lm lsia niffor andinirrtif
iiiwij tm trim modrutr modrutrThn inodrateThe
The proprietor of thi neat nf learning Wil William WilhiammE ¬
liam hiammE K Duffoy luffo > was arrested onSatiirdny by hiythe hiytheionkirs thn thnYonkers
Yonkers police poib noting under time orders of ofDr mitDr
Dr 1 II llnleli kuporintendent of the West Westcluster VCstchester
cluster Society for the tim Prevention of Cruelty Crueltyto rmmeltyto
to Children nnd nrraliuied th Ibm tuitri > day dayafter dayafterbeing after afterbeing
being locked up for several i vruI hours In n cell of ofn ofii
n Yonktru police station before Judge Eel Kellogg Eellogu
logg chiircod under notion 2M of the Pennl PennlCode lmenuslode
Code ode with treating children confided to his hisearn hi hicare
earn In such n manner that their lives and andmorals sailmorale
morals were endangered Mr Duffey 1mmffe mid midno maderio
no defence but merely nnerul asked If time surrender surrenderof
of thn th children would Mtisfy th the complaInants complalnantNOn
On being told that It would he agreed with withBrent withgreat
Brent alacrity to inert this condition and andreleased was wasreltuscd
released n nThere 51 51rhmere
There wore oJy vl four chlldren In theArnd theArndem timeArisaler
em er > nt this time nnd aiim thins worn nil urren smirrende urrendrifl
drifl de rd by Duffey to Dr Bjbh who aim took Irrm Irrmtn ttonmtam
tn Vonkers and then In New ow Vork nrk on Saturday Saturdayovenlne i4atumrdn i4atumrdncrenimig
ovenlne Here they worn turned over to time thnGerrv timeCcrrv
Gerrv Fodety for the reason thnt the Wo test testchoter t tchrvter
chrvter sxlety had no Ironer plain In which whichto
to take care of them until their parent called cnllcdfor calledfor
for them Yesterday morning they were wernbrought weretmmomught
brought to lenersoii Market police court and andrecommits andrecommsnmlttid
recommits to time icrry herr soolety steI until their tlielrparent theirlaments
parent or guardians mil for them The chill children chilldren ¬
dren range In ago from R years esire to is Their Theirname Theirnarars
name urn Albert Mousct o 3 cars old of M MVot etWot
Vot Tenth street New ens Vork ieorgn sorge Calls Cnllawny Callsscay
wny aged 0 of HldgeJield Park N J Harold HaroldNorman haroldonnitn
Norman onnitn aged II of 324 East Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthstreet Thirtyfourthstreet
street New ew Vork and Edward Bray IS 1 sears searsolal > enr enrold
old of 30 Do Craw street Brooklyn All time thachildren timecimildrerm
children remained nt the Gerry room lost night nightwith rdgiitwith
with the exception of Albert MoutKct whoa e euncle ouncle
uncle Alfred ifred Jlynn went to Vonkrrx yesterday yesterdaynnd
and Rot an order from Supt heidi for the thedelivery thedelIvers
delivery of the child to his mother Mr Menm Menmeet Slotisact
act actFor
For some time hark Mr Duffeys somewhat somewhatwlCTiml somewhatorIginal
orIginal Idcna regarding than educational da daelopmcnt doeiopmnent
elopmcnt of children nf tender years ha at attracted atmacted ¬
tracted a great deal of attention among the thepeople thepeople
people who live In the vicinity of the academy academyon t ton
on Deacon heights Tuckahoe Stated In Ingeneral ingeneral
general terms Mr Duffeyi plan seems to have havel hareboon
l boon > een a literal application of the theory of Ui Uielder the thecider
elder Mr Welter that the bent way to educate educateo
o boy wa tn turn him loose in the street Mr MrUuffey Mrbue
Uuffey bue not only turned the infant put under underkit underhta
kit car care loose In the streets but betook be took special specialprecaution specialprecaution
precaution to see that they remained thus at atlorce atlarge
large by looking the dooraof the academy academynud
sinai going sill < > ff to time city or wherever else hti htifancy hi hifancy
fancy lm lnhlned lined leaving the scholars to roam roamnt roamat
nt v s Ill II aver UM much of Westclieiter county countyus
us thtlr hiunll legs would earn caxr them themSometimes themSometimes
Sometimes they got as far as Yonkers but butgenerally butgenerally
generally they hovered about U the > neighbor neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood of Tuckahoe When the weather was wasoold wascold
cold the neighbors sometime took Ui them m In Inand inand
and warmed them or they huddled In barns bamsor
or stables as the cane might be Uuffey pro provided prosIded ¬
vided for the possible contingency of growing growingboys growingboys
boys getting hungry by leaving a few chunk chunkof chaimikaof
of broad and cold canned meat somewhere somewherenbout aomeshereabout
about the premise where they rouil get it itIn Itin
In Vase their footsteps turned In the direction directionnf dlrcehirnof
nf due ncndnuilcalgfoves and In caie a the stroll utrolUIng strollltmg
Ing cats and 0 Iim5 < igs of the ielghU zeighmturhiood > rhood old oldnot oldlimit
not get ahead of them themKrom tiaeiumFrom
From the boy standpoint the Beacon height HeUhtsAcndeui heightAcumdeimm
Acndeui wu Wile an Ideal seat of learning 1raiv 1raivtlonlly lracticali
tlonlly ticali > there were wtreno no studies liutevcr 1rof 1rofluTey lrofIutTey
luTey WAS not only the principal arid tutor tutorKcneral
hilt hact also was lie cook waalmerwonnaa tmm4 tmm4general 4
general cmetakor of the house There were wereno wererio
no Mi assistants latanw of any kind whuteverdoniettlo whuteverdoniettloor
or otherwise In addition to their being no nostudies nostudies
studies there were likewIse no rules As wmn wmnas simommas
as time lioys hid their breakfast which 1rof 1rofUulluy lrnfDuITu7
Uulluy himself procured he occailonally gave pnvethem gavethem
them the advantucn of his learned society societyfmmr
for an hour or so during which A litany bonk bonkto imoicinighat
inighat be reid or a suam In arithmnmtlo imanded imandedtmi
to them on n slip of paper to do or leave lens e undone undoneastheychoxe undoneas
astheychoxe astheychoxeThen as they chose choseThen
Then they were told to ifo and play mind nndMr mindMr
Mr Duffer If his hi household minutes permlttod permlttodwhich iuermittednimlth
which they jernmerailY irenerally did didwould would lock up upthe imnithe
the house for Uie an day and seek acholnstlo re reUxatlon meluxatIon
Uxatlon of Ills own until Into ultornoon or orevening orevemiimg
evening But there was one point on which which1rof whichlroI
1rof Diiffix wan luwBtant Tnnt was In the themutter thuhoutter
mutter of atltndanoe on rellgiius services serviosWhen servicesVhen
When he turned hit flock loose on Sunday morn mornIngs mornlogs
logs to browse on the Westclietter lulls It Itnlwayt italways
always was with fie Injunction that they nil nilKO
KO 1 0 to church He did not specify anyiamcu anyiamcular may mamtieu mamtieuan
lar an church He leit that to thin natural then thenlorlml thealorhmul
lorlml bias of tie Infant of from 0 to 13 13ytwrs 13years
years who worn put In hU charge Fur Kiirthor Furthem
thor than that he told them thnt If times did didnot didriot
not go to church a mewhere > they would get eetno getrio
no supper l 1At < et those who want to nat uo to tochurch tocimurena
church wn was hit tliiol Injunction and then ho hoturned Itoturned
turned them loose looseThu looseThu
Thu academy biilldlntr Itself li In n little llttlncottagn littlecottage
cottage on the rrc rret t < if n hIgh hill overlooking overlookingthe
the vllliufo of Tuckahoe ntnl n wide sweep rweepof sweepof
of country beyond The nenreM group of ofhouses f fhou
hou houses a l las some little distance awny nsn fnrenoiicli fnrenoiiclito far sflouighu sflouighuto
to rise H general lmpr Imhuresslain < lnn of lonelliips oral nndIsolation oralisolation
Isolation to th nrndeniy cottage It I Inot Ia Ianot
not n large cottage lust a cramped crampedlittle cranmpedlittle
little yueon Ann nflnlr about right fpr two twoor tenoor
or three peoplo to live In cosily eneth The dining dlnlniroom dining1oOlmm
room which I ic about fifteen feet squint I IuNo Is Isiso
uNo iso the school room There is no carpet on onthe ontime
the floor and n dining itoln table tebl with n filthy filthyttprrnd filtimyspread
spread four tiny desk n tnbln on which them themnrnnfewdUKty themeamemufewdUet
nrnnfewdUKty books bokuiUnulmnleri end PniTrs these theacartlrkis theacartlrkisssIthm article a awith
with n chair or two constitute the entire fur furniture iii iiialloTs ¬
alloTs There hnve been ns ninny n its nine nlnnimy nineImoye
imy Imoye In the thm academy nt a tIme and th they y were weranil wereail
nil rtowed away somewhere In the Illlputlan Illlputlanquarter Llllputianmhuerters
quarter upstairs upstairsIf mmptnlrIf
If their th dr liens were ever made and the thnnutlioilll thenutimamties
nutlioilll > sure out dieting on that t taint < rlnt fllhir fllhirtlm situ situthu
tlm thu lifnnt tuvmsclvrs or th time professor hlir hlirwlf lmlmriteif
wlf tiiido ttim It wan a citchuscitcl citchuscitcltnn >
earl system that governed the noidfmy In nil nilparticulars allxmnrtlcmiiare
particulars AnuS lor the boys when the thewcHttur tim timwestimir
wcHttur was flue It was all that the most Ori Oriental On Onrmtnl ¬
ental schootviy schi ° 10 ImiiglnatloM could picture picturens
ns on educational iinradlve emraule absolutely nothing nothlnjjnn
nn on earth to do but nm away truth school from frommorning frommnotmmtumg
morning until night They gathered nut nutnnd nutand
and wallowed In the dirt and pla > cd and fought foughtand toughstand
and nccunmlitfd pM pets rind boy trensures of ofnil ofnil
nil kind The 1hm entire curriculum apparently apparentlywas
was aimed at restoration to then free end nndiinconvcntlounl endumnoonventiotmal
iinconvcntlounl conditions of primitive man mananil manmmmi
anil thU of coir U right In line with the thenatural thenamiturmul
natural trend of nil healthy sohoolboy arplra arplratliiu aspirsilomis
tliiu From nil thnt can b he gathered from fromDr frontDr
Dr Batch the neighbors and It may b be sold soldfrom 1d 1dfruon
from the somewhat guarded statement of of1rof of ofProf
1rof Duffoy hlmvlf all mum that WHH wint wintd l w wRN wRNa m mn
n few years more tuition nt tl Beacon Krlghts KrlghtsAcudemy JfcigiitmAeadeumy
Acudemy to havo dnveJoped Interesting Il Illustrations Uhustrathmns ¬
lustrations of what presumably was prehistoric prehistoricRAii prehistorician
ian ianAs
RAii As this Is not tIme oblect of modern clots educational clotslionel ¬
lionel lntltuton < IVof Duffeys scheme of In Instruction inatrurtlini ¬
struction attracted a good deal of attention attentionamong attentionamong
among the people In the nelehliorhood and It Itan itscas
scas an liy their statements and complaints that thathe thatthe
the he attention of the Society for time Prevention Preventiont
t > f Cruelty to Children was attracted The Thnadvent Theelscnt
advent of cold weather had something to do dowith dowith
with the recent Insuuno with which thnn thnnwmploints time timeenmnplalntt
wmploints were made The boys often were weroililvering wereshivering
shivering In the Inn of barns and looked so sowoetiegone o owootiegonn
wootiegonn and miserable now and then that thateopin thatpeople
people > eopin took them In and warmed them and andried andIdeal
Ideal to nettles them them comfortable Yet It In not notwmplnlned ymotcomplained
complained by i any of them that thy wet weranderfed wetunderfed >
underfedTime underfed anderfedThny
Thny Time nxprewed the opinion them was rather ratherlarger ratherci
ci larger allowance of cnnne < 1 pork and l beans beansthen e ns nshan
han might halve been desired and then the thnirnrtlre thepractice
practice of the profo professor or tn putting fi fid < d round aroundat n roundit
at it dinrrnnt plnces lmet on this preinlew during his hisibMjncod bittabsences
absences nnd ant when the tim academy was closed cosdras closedWnis
Wnis ras reimrded n puttlnir nn element of uncer uncerllnty uncertaints
taints Into the food supply Yet nnnn of the thexiys timeboys
boys xiys looked as tliouuh hn had ruffnred for forvnnt forwant
want of food and there are likewise no ape apeIflo erierifle
rifle itimplnlnts of pliylril Illuvgn The Thnutn Thecumin
cumin utn anal snhstnnoe of the dellnnunnry charged chargedx
is x n neglect whlrh was not only regarded a acnridakius as asstcamnmdakum
cnridakius but which hkiu In thn thm opinion of Pupt PuptNolle SupL7ciUte
Nolle the h n flasor vor of IiallanUnta India Fttt sAh sAha Ate Atetitan
a titan dcllrbUul hopCaror bop5avotAd A4t

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