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i CROWD OUT TO SEE TiLLMAN TiLLMANTAKE
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I TAKE A 4 GOOD LOOK AT ME MESAYS nFSAY9 MESAYS
SAYS PITCHFORK SENATOR SENATORduinaGacI SI4TOIlOannaoGlrl SEXtTOItcnncI
duinaGacI Cheer Hnlle bile He TnlM Uon UonTaUPllchcf Uonl UonlTallPltchcf IAoniflh1PItohe
TaUPllchcf Into IlrltUIi Ambai Ambailador Amhalaclor Amhuiador
lador at Washington nuhIDrtonolnlS < oinr Ilrrto Hero IIrroto Heroto
to Deliver rtobert Prnmet Oration OrationUnited or OrationUnited Unn UnnUnited
United States Bl4t Senator Benjamin Ryan RyarTillman RyanTUlman flynnTiliman
Tillman of South Carolina Cc1rollriawns was tho orator oratoat oratorat
at tho ClannaGicl meeting In tho Academ Academof Academy AcademTof
of Music last night hold to commemorat commemoratthe commrmoratothe <
the ono hundred and twentyfourth twenty fourth annl annlvorwiry nnnlTOrIlIry ann annorary
vorwiry of tho birth of Robert Emmet EmmetTho EmmttI110 EmmetIlio
Tho Senators onators recent attempt to thrash thraslbin thra8hbill thrashbh
bin colleague Senator McLaurln on tin tinfloor tho tho1100r thofloor
floor of the Senate mado tho big audlcnci audlcncicurious audlencocurlous nudloncocurious
curious to seo tO M what the Hon Pitchfork Pitchforklooked Iltchforklooked rltchforklooked
looked like When ho walked on tho plat platform platrornl
form with State Senator nator nntorVictor Victor JDowIlng JDowIlngthe J Dofllngt
the t e chairman the t tu tJ audience took a goot gootlook good goodlook goodlook
look at him and then received him kindly kindlySenator klndl klndlnator kindlySenator
Senator nator Tillmnn wore oro a black frock sul suland lult lultAnd aultnnd
and no shirt cuffs When Icn h6 was Intro Intraduccd IntroduCtd Introduccd
duccd with a poetical quotation by Mr MrDowltng 1lrDowling MrDowHng
Dowltng Tillman said saidYou Nlldlou aaldYou
You do mo too mupli honor by thi thikind thl8kind thiakind
kind of reception LCrIea Cries of Oh no noI nol nolI noIj noIjI
I can only onlyexpress express in my inyplain plain bunt fashion fashionmy raahlol1my faahioumy
my thanks for this grand welcome you youhave youhn8 youhave
have given mo I make no claim to being beingnn
nn orator IVolce Voice from the gallery 1Jut 1Jutyouro But Butyoure Dutouro
youre ouro a i good fighter fighterThere fighterThero flghterj flghterjThere
There was much cheering and laughter laughterat
at this sally and In tbo laughter Tillman Tillmanheartily Tillmanh Tilimanhea4fly
heartily h y joined joinedBut JoinedBut joinedBut
But if I hnvo any IT claim to oratory It Itcome ItcomeII itcornea
the fact that I to I Ithe
come from try speak speakthe ppeakthe
the truth without fear or favor and fight fightthe fightthe fightthe
the devil with flre Applause When I Ireceived 1received i irfCelved
received the invitation to come hero and andaddress andaddreee andaddzeee
address this meeting I was at loss to find flnda tnd tnda
a reason ra for it and ad when wen a few days ago agoan agoa agoan
an Incident occurred of which you ou have haveread haerd haveread
a Icdent or wic
read rd in the papers ppr Laughter Lughtor I felt that thatunder tbatud thatunder
under ud the conditions condUon that tt were confronting confrontingme conrrntng conrrntngme
me In Washington Walon It would woud probably probbly be beImpossible b betnijialbte
Impossible for me to oomo cmo hero heroTherefore horoererore heroreforo
Imoble Therefore ererore I notified notllt your committee committeethat cmmlttt commlttoethat
that I had b cancelled cacle the to engagement engaglment re reluctantly roo rooluctnty roluctantly ¬
tt luctantly I assure auU you But one of tho thogentlemen tholentem thegentlemen
luctnty
gentlemen who had lad the matter mttr In charge chargecame chage chagecm chargecrne
came cm lentem to Washington Wulngton and ad by his seductive seductiveIrish lucUve lucUveIs aeductiveIriah
Irish eloquence made io me promise prra to come comeIf on1 comeIf
Is If I was eouenc u not In ja41 j Laughter luher So 8 here hereI
I I am and Id I want wat you to take a good god look lookat lok lookat
I
at me Applause ApplauseWhen
m IApIU
continued continuedI When quietwas quetwu restored rstr i e ecootInuei Senator Snatr Tillman Tillmancontinued
ontnue
I am a sp I peaktnt aUntT n to yoa OU people pople extempo extemporaneously utempo estemportneouiiy ¬
raneously because beouM I havent haYPIt t bad time to topnparc topa torlpue
pnparc roeol rlpue pa any speech pecb I dldut know tme what whatI whatgoing bat batU
I va U going 101D to t say s when w n 1 rot ot hero lem But ButIm lut lutm Butoinr
Im m oot Kolncto oinr to 0 say much about Mr C Emro Emmet Emmetut t tRut
Rut it ut M Isnt Foln ID ntdr < Mr Emmet A man of suoh a alalu aIll aIt
It U his and 1r deed a a hi his should never IUo be bei bernithlng
i Ill rnithlng h but buj pl11 > lalu Rotxirt Rbrt Etnratt lAp lApvlauMr Ip ttriiausel
o vlauMr rnrhnr 11 1 And An rlKht rF t hero bm I want to sar 8 aa that thatTlth fhatI thatTith
Tlth I inr whole wlole rljbt being bll etng I I T aubtcrllw lublcrlb to t erery ereryIhlne e eYeryIhinc fn fnthlnc
Ihlne InJ tn tlt that t history IT ay Robert Ibrt Eintnet llnntt illd illdIm itIdVm ld ldIm
Im a typical AngloSaxon AnoSaxon lloSon ILu Lauchter1 Lauchter1Onhalf LaughterIinchill htor1 htor1Inh1
Inh1 Onhalf Im of me U L lUsh lth onequarter oneuarrr U UJrUh II1tlh Isrtih
JrUh and ld the other ottr Quarter Qtlrter und the name namen nameurl nameire
url n r German Germal Thats Tbat the kind of an In Anglo AngloHtxoo AnrloHlqn AngloBuon
Htxoo Hlqn I am and the Irish Irsh and Oerman In lam Inml InUt
am
m ml bays lue cot the English Erlb down and It nlnt nlntnrln nlnt1Jn alntIin
nrln a word IUret Ureat checrlncl chCrlnl 1 Hut Jut Im Iman ImIn Fman
an 1Jn AncloSaxon AnlloSon In whose boe blood flow fon tho tholove thoIOT theloTs
love IOT 01 of tltMrtr Ubr Applause I My Enrlisti Enrlistineeston EnzUabICfltOt EngUshsneestor
neeston ICfltOt thank than I Ood GO cam cme to South Care ¬
lina lna bfor b tor th thf the Revolution Rnoluton and Huth helped 111 Cro to toilrlre
ilrlre rj John Hull Dul and bl his redcoated rtdCted seoun t
drew dbkwh b bacj k wji whrUv r > tfeer came cme from Il 111 111th licro licroihti lro lroIh
ihti Ih Irish Irl1 noiirlr had bYltrle liriterlc rfom
U l Hut t Iraust J mut must be b b eaiefulliow eael ca2efut how 1 Mpal peakof or d dea dear dearold ar arold
old Entland Ellad you 0 ou know klow IDerlnlve IDer Alve laughter taulhlerl I
She vaijour uaur u friend trientt during dur durtn the hl war wtb Jtb th Upnln Upnlnthe pltn pltn70U
70U knw IthoW Jitenewed Rnef lauihr1 Ah but butwu bu buU
wu U at shiP IC ICries f1Pd u or rot ot mucbll Sot mu muth muthshe h hthe
the wnan wunt waant t that thata right rllbt We are fan learn learnIn ler learnmr
In nl the truth about abut bout that friendship frlendnhlpnow e e10W
now 10W know that tat It was the Enellch Enllh Ambns AmbnsMdor Ambl8 Ambassador
Mdor dorl In the te very ver capital cplal of the nation naton who whothe wboAII whorailed
railed AII a mttnc meeting ot the rpN4nttvts repreaenttIves or orthe ofthe
the Powers to cet Ilt a Joint note Hxed fnd lip I q to torill t tocall
rill c1 ui off or Thats the kind of a friend fine rng
land was IOret Great cheering elleerln cheertngJThile 1 1While 1le
While le Tlllmn Tln was wa talking tlk In about abut the theBritish theBrtW theBritWi
British BrtW Ambanaador Abdor he e gritted grtted rItted I his hi teeth teethtogether tlth tlthtogethcr teethtogether
together He continued continuedDut and ad fairly rally hissed hl out his hi words wordsUe word wordaHe
otue
Dut my my friend the spirit IPll of 76 M Apml Apmlto smsto m mto
to hare died dlld out H I t seems s mA to have > become becomeunfaihlonable bcome bcomeuntublonble becomeunfashionable
unfashionable untublonble to b b a patriot Wh Thn pn n we
began b1 the buitnMS bUllne of running runnln a nation we wewent wemere 4 o oIr
went Ir not flunkies tllle > If I we are cow then the t be
OOTrment fJovernmtnt at Washington U t respontlble
for our olr plight PU lt K 1nr 2avr r r In all our rNpnAlblo blutorr blutorrBenate bl tory
from E0ut Eoeautn d01 down I baa the Unltf United Sta 8tate 8tate8nate
Benate Snte and ald the t I congress onl at te lt the te other end endtiled
tiled fle to t expreu upreU sympathy 17mpthy for a peopl 101 popleflabting
fltbttnr tlbtl against oppreeitlon oP reAlol until unti England Fliand
began bun to oppress oppre ti Ue the Boer Cheers Ceer and
hl hlrl hiea es esNow I
Now why wh but hsnt our oW National Natonal Lecislat LecislatSre Legialatnra
Lclt Lclture
Sre ure V iolod followed ° X tn the timehonored tmebolorf custom cutomP t
Well Wel Ill 1 tell T you U why Its It because bcsuse were r
In the tf saae am e dirty diry TU buftneM bulne butneea In the Phlllp PhlllpDlnes Philippines
pines ne We Vere re la the business bwlns of shooting
down a01 then twe tbo on blacks btlck out there thee so we hotnl mar marreligion maygive
may mayIYl
give sot m ch11uUon clvIizat1on and educaton eaueation and andretron anareligion
religion religionThe IYl retron retronTe religionThe
The Te Senator Str worked orked himself himsel up Into Intoa Int
a fine fe rage rae as a he said sid this thi and his remarks remarksagain rrark rrarkq remarkaagtin
again on q brought brugh down dow tho house hous Ho went wenton wenton wenton
onAnd onAd And Ad why by bars bv w I C t got such a Government
Wats whati the tle use us of tt Ich ch uc meetings meetnls Oovernmflt as a this thisin
Wbt Wbt a tb the ue use ot sour or rtla getting torcth togcthr r and andPIDC andpuing
PIDC puing reolutol resoluUong lb lIke the OIU ones youn younwd ouvn ouvneassed
eassed wd here tonl tonight < h end then go o away And Andp andput
p put t In power In Washington a Government Governmenti Oornnantwhich
11er OOrmlnt OOrmlntwhl
whl which i will in 1 stifle tin i the tb Waehlnron expressions Iprllona of a free freepeople rrt freepeople
people pop e I sometime omlUme fear that Unless untl wo wothat w wgt
IPt bac bank to trt first rlnop rIndpls rpar PI this lepublo Itepubilo Itepubilowill
will 1 go the way ot al ad NpublO republloq
I It 10 lL has got t 1 so i In tl this coun country that wove weveHero wovert wvelot
rt lot t to bow do down to someboiy omeb Hero In Inlolq InroW Inyour
roW your 01 own pet great Cmmornl Commonwealth t the mtat mtatppwo most mostPOrIoUlof
or the sisterhood ot 8tatej
ppwo POrIoUlof te literho atatTouff youe youeaye
ot t aye n a bOI boss fThls remark dldnt
t to h celr clearly 11 enderstoodl JTII rtd rra And nd here herenr
Ir nr 01 own cty cIty 70tbut youbut I wont won t be per perIla pert
Ila IlaI
At t lohr tether time ald and on another oocsson
I 11 I < t be able tme t to I hold lolq I the aoter looking looklu 008101 glass glassnd
up IIf apeor beror 0 your eves y e and an nd I show now OW you that tha your yournTb yourl yourea rt
a ly pretty lolnlot lookini lot or Aertcn American ILaurher1 Laughterj
Tb The Senator concluded that this
T Satr was IM IMr a aa atoed
r toed place to sop stop ad and doubll doubling hmlt hmltup himself himselfup
up 1 like p a jlcklo lackknlfo he hed hlsaed a row f w words wordsa
wors
hTy o a peroration that couldnt bo boand boUe beand
Ue and ad prraton sat down dow As A he took tooknl tok
nl h ds seat e t a woman WOm In ono of the boxes boze to toof
th the I noflh of the It stge thrw threw hm him a bueh buehot bunch bunchof
of roM I ros The Te Senator Str ambled ablt over nicked
thyra them up and ad started starln In again
This T beautiful butfl tekon lon aga of somebodys somebodysmI eomebodyaesteem mobdyR mobdyRclm
clm esteem mI nnn1da reminds 1M i > of some sme verses 0r oreea that I IH
think Dlon Boucicault
thnk Duclcult wrote Then the
8ar Senator started In I to repeat ot the verses
Iae t
looldn all 1 rpat verkl
loolnr the while hie at the woman who
wmnn
tw threw hi nIna the flowers 10 lie got along II Iii
the ptCltOr poetical story t to the point whrr whetu AonR tho
Irl Irfah her hero admit admitted flirtIng pint with English
tlrlng
dt1 girls and Dd H ihierevbft ihierev there bft bl 5ot got Muck wth Enlllh After Aftr
thinking awhile awhIl he said
thklnf Well never neTrmd mind Md the next line Un you 10 can an
0 Ox upUio up the rhyme rbe for yourselves ouI1lve Heros
lerl
the end endAnd M endAnd
And he continued ontlnuM the quotation The Therecitation Thervcltation
quol4ton
recitation 1tUn was w cheered cof lustily lu tly and nnl the thewoman thowom thewoman
woman deeply wom deply who ho threw thrw the flowers Oower blushed
Jut before Wor Senator Srtor Tillman Tilmn was wnl Intro ¬
duced du resolutions rluton were wer adopted IdolltP tho jx Ilnt Ilntor point pointof > lnt lntof
of whloh was wl fzprlon expression xpre slon of sympathy sympathybuy
wth with the nl Doers prtest protest aallt against the mlthy Eng
lish king prlt permitted < to buy horses holf and andmule nn1mull andmules
mule mull in thi tls title country cuntry and ship hip them to
South Sulh Africa AfricaA Arro
A feature ftatr of f tho entertainment fntertalnmert was na the theMnglne thonglog thesinging
singing of tho United German Gennn Socletin Socletinwhich Sclet Societiswhich o
which hleh sent tnt a chorus choM1 of JOO 0 voice icel Thn
Germans German were wer In flno tno voice olco and sunn fng the 111
Greeting Ollnl of the thl Fatherland Fatherlnd end Ind Old MOldentucky 011
J Kvitucky tuck Home in I Gorman Olnnan
There Trr were er n number nU lbfr of dlMtppoint dlpplnl1 dlpplnl1J11 dIppoIntdpersona < > d dpersons
persons J11 who denounced drnount tbo management managementof
of the peeling lNtng Those Th worn wlr manallment manallmentor tho pcr Iron Ironwho ons onswho
who hI had hd bought ught general rneral admission admision ticket tlckltor
for r or 24 2 cents cnt and arrived arved late and found foundTelaaO foundrolsadi
TelaaO Polandlt 10141 Iolandl Iolandlriirnl Joladl lolsndfltXjmi
riirnl fm Natural atunl Sprlnc 8rDf Water It r Knotrn KnwAt KnwAttun KnownAp KnownApLeare Att
tun ew tork 01 14 51 A M bT ew York central
arrive e lullo flueaio 710 I 1 Mine no days Cllcaro CIcago Cltntl al 7 rao
cT
aat IrC br elUcr eltr Lkl laks nnre or MIchigan
Central lr bccplr Ild and dllll dining cr car r ICrYlcIdr ICrYlcIdri cnieeAlr Ulcllr
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1 I Fair tody ad tomrrw frtb frtbw fresh freshNEW
> r t1 w t wnds wndsr wndsNE
NE NEW YORK MONDAY MAItCII 3 1902Oo 1002OopvrfoAt 902 by Ti8uaPrn11nd SPfllfllcldlubll psbjjiAfngAaocfaUoa IIIAldalol PRICE TWO CENTS
that their thjlr ticket tcket would ould not admit them themThose themThoM thenThose
ThoM Those tickets t entitled the th holder to the to togallery top topgaler topgallery
clt entte
gallery galer seats IatR The management had rahBovcral rah Il IlIverl soldseveral
manlment thai thaithere thnnthcrwcr ben benthere
several Iverl hundred hundrd more of tho tickets tckots
there thcrwcr were seats fatR for on tho usual uaal theory theor Urn Urnnot that thatnot thatnot
not all ni would attend attendActing aUendAcing attendActing
Acting Acing Captain Cray Crayof of the East Elt Twenty Twentysecond Trnty60nd Twentysecond
second 60nd street Itrt elation was as at tho academy ncaUemwith aca academywith my mywith
with twentyfive men and shortly Ihortly after
8 oclock oclok tentfh he ordered ordortd tho doors dor to tho gal realIcry galIcr galIcry
Icry Icr closed coeod as all tho dents lnt wer were occupied occupiedMore OOpled OOpledMor occupiedMore
More Mor people oplo holding admission tickets tlckctiarrived Uckctl ticketsarrived
arrived and were not allowed alowed to enter enterSome enterSmo enterSome
Some Smo of them wer paid pid 73 1 cents cnts additional nddltonal am amsecured and andICrII andSOCIJrO1
secured ICrII scats 8at in tho orchestra orh0tra but man manrefused manrerus many manyrefused
refused to pay more and demanded drmandtd tin tinreturn thoretur timreturn
return rerus retur of tho py money they had paid paidtho pid for rorthf forthe °
the thf tickets ticketsTho ticketsTo ticketgTho
Tho To man mn at the box office omr referred rrorrd then thento thomto themto
to tho people Pple who whohad8ldthomtheUekotl hodsoldthomthe had sold t lrnmthe tickets ticketsWhile tiolcotsWhtle
While tho meeting mtUng was going jolng on a young youniman youngmnn youngman
man knelt in tho hall hal and began to pray praysouls pmyIvebn prayFyo
Ivebn Fyo been appinte appoInted by Oo Clod to svo save tim thosuls timeouls
souls suls of those th08 h hPoliceman 1Ior horn ho Mid MidPoloman saidPoliceman
Policeman Poloman Sweet Swet took tole him to Bellovu BellovuHospital fleilovueIloapital lovue lovueHospita
Hospital Hospita and ho was put in tho Insane ward wardHo wan wardIto
Ho Jo said sid he was James Jame J P Condon Cndon of 48 48Twelfth 48Twelh 482 482Twelfth
Twelfth Twelh street Itr Brooklyn BrooklynSPEAKS Broklyn BroklynSPEAKS BrooklynSP1I4KS
SPEAKS VP lP FOn TILLMAN TILLMANGeorge TIIUl TIIUlCeorro Ti 7 L14N L14NGeorge
George Fred VVIIIIami lIlIimi Defend nrtrnll the thl Ken Kenatoro Henatorl Senators
atoro Illow 10 In the Senate SenateBOSTON Senatt SenattBSTON SenateBOSTON
BOSTON BSTON March Iarh 2 20orgo 2George George Fred Frl William Williamsent Wilms WilmsMit Williamssent
sent letter to tho Boston
Mit a lettr Dlton newspaper newspapertonight newspaperstonight
tonight tonlgh in which he takes 1lte8 up tho cudgels cudgelIn cudgelsIn
In behalf bhalt of Senator Snator Tlllman Tlmnn and trios trlS t tinsult to toInult toInsult
insult Inult the Senate nato Willlanui Wiiam says IY8 he I Inot Is Isnot isnot
not writing wrtng to defend the man mn but goo gooon goeson
on to say that tho people poplo of tho UniteStates Unite UniE UnItedStates
States know in their hearts hert that Tillmani Tillmanifaults Tlmans TlmansfAulta TIlimanafaults
faults are ar mainly In the vigor of his virtues virtuesI vlrtuo
I admire admr him hm for his hll honesty which whlclis whichIs
is too rugged to bo b smooth Imooth says s Williams WilliamsWhat Wllam8 Wllam8Wat WilliamsWbat
What Wat rugg has Senator oMtor Tillman Tilman done by hi hiindiscreet his hisIndst lilaIndiscreet
indiscreet Indst act Has las ho wrong wronged woman womanchild womanchid womanchild
child chid or man Including Incudng oven Senate SenateMcLaurln Snator SnatorMcur SenatorMcLaurin
McLaurln Mcur He le has shocked shoked somo dellcatisensibilities delicate delcte delcteonbltl delicatesensibilities
sensibilities onbltl I agree agr He le has resented rcscntexon resentedan
on a Instill Inut by violence of course courl very Im 1mproper Impropr improper
proper propr If I an a impulsive man has dono i ifoolish a atooUsh afoolish
foolish thing thng tho injury falls rnls first upon upoihimself uponhmlr uponhimself
himself hmlr of which ho cannot onnot complain complainsecondly cmplan cmplanndly complainsecondly
secondly ndly upon the dignity dgtT of tho body bdy o owhich ot otwblc ofwhich
wblc which ho upn Is I a member mombr The 10 dignity dgnty o otho of oftho ofthe
tho Senate Snate God Oo save svo tho mark marklle markIlere I IHere
Here le is the hollowness hoUownO of the thlsltuaton thlsltuatonMen lie situation situationMen situationMon
Men stood st up to vote censure cneuro who have havebeen bavobe havebeen
been be found guilty iUty by competent omptlnt tribunal tribunalof trlbun trlbunof tribunalsof
of securing their seats at by bribery bribry an anfrauds and andtraudl andfrauds <
surg
traudl frauds some Ime east ot their votes voto before bror anc ancwill and andil andwill
will il cant ct it again agai for the daughter Iaugbtr of ai aiinnocent an aninnocent
innocent Innont people pple whoso wbos only offence olenco ha habeen hu hubn hasbeen
been love of liberty lbry some Imo have increased inoreasottheir increasedtheir
their teir fortunes by speculating epculatng on their thei own ovnvotes ownvotee
votee many mT if i not most are ar the tools tool of t tsystem a aeTstm aaystem
system eTstm which hloh takes tke tribute trbute from frm tin tinscanty tbosatT thescanty
scanty satT tables tble of the poor pr while wl le i inot It Itnot itnot
not only relieves rlevO the wealth olth of the therich theroh therich
rich roh from frm its It Just jUt burdens buon but legalizes legallzeiall legalzel legalzelal legalizesall
all al sorts era of extortions extorions to Increase Incra it I i iagree I Iagree
agree agr that they do all al these th 1 things ver verjudiciously very veryjudiciously ery eryjudlclouly
judiciously judlclouly always alway politely pltoly and ad quietly qutotlyand quity quityand quietlyand
and they ore a ever solicitous slitous not to bhocl bhoclthe bhOckthe
the sensitive Bnitho with coarse carr or obtrusive obtruslvimethods obtruslvomthos obtrusivemethods
methods t mthos Dignity is preserved pre8Ore the dlg dlgnity dlgl dignlty <
nity l ty of the Senate SenateBut Snato SnatoDut SenatoBut
But if I those tho men even some of them themare themar themare
are ar doing dolnl gross gr Injustice Injustc to their folio foliomen rolow rolowmen follow followmen
men or are ar stultifying our Republic Republc whoa whoais whoseie
is I the nobler stull1ng dignity digIty th thI thlrs lr Wutuse U8 they thejare theyar theyare
are sleek slek polite discreet dlrt yet false rale 01 01Tillmans ur urTlmal UtTillmane
ar pltd
Tillmans who tells Gods Oos truth because becausbe becausebe <
be Tlmal has selfcontrol slrntrol enough to deal dta with withwrong a aronf aor <
wrong b or with on a Insult 1 Indorudii IndorudiiWANTS calmly orjudici orjudicioualyr
oualyr oualyrWANTS o ronf y yWANT fJ
WANTS WANT THE PRESIDENT InEIDEl7 TO COME COMEBooth COMESooth
Booth Carolina Carolna Resents nHtntl the Report That Tat I IWouldnt It ItWouldnt
Wouldnt outdnt He Safe afe for Him 11m to Go There ThereCIUIILKSTON Trre TrreClunLJ ThereCnAnLxsTO
CIUIILKSTON ClunLJ TON S C March 2 2Dolegatons 2Dolegatonsreprntng 2Delegations 2Delegationsrepresenting Delegation Delegationrepresenting
representing reprntng tho City Cty Council Cunci of Charles Charlefton Charleston
ton and Id the Board Dan of Directors Dlrorl o othe or ortbe ofthe
the Exposition Ezpliton Company CmpnT left today toa fo foWashington for rorWaehlngton forWashington
Washington for a conference conferenc to be b held helcwith heldwih heldwith
with wih President Prsident Roosevelt 05llt tomorrow Telo Telograms Telogm Totegrains
grams gm from tho lie White Wble House 10ul announce announcethat announced announcedthat
that tht President P ldent Roosevelt R8velt would entertain ontertahthe entrtin entrtinthe entertainthe
the delegations at luncheon lunohen and ho will vI TO TOcelve rocele toceivo
celve tho most heartTossuranco heart1Ruanc of oUhe the friend friendship rrlemlRhlp friendship ¬
ship of South Carolina Crolna The delegatlor delegatlorwill delegatlorswilt
will w make clear the fact that tho ho Till Tlman Tlmanf Tillmati Tillmatifiasco ma i ifiasco
fiasco f is deeply deplored deplor by all al and that thaiIt thatIt thatit
It was wa simply slpl tho rash rsh act of a cheap cbea p officer officerseeking omor omorBlng omoorseeking
seeking Blng cheaper cbepr notoriety norltty Concerning Cncrnig the thistatement thelttement thestatement
statement lttement that tht it wouldnt be b well wel for tho thiPresident thoPrsldont thoPresident
President Prsldont to visit vllt the te South at It this thi tune tlo thiCharleston the thoCarlestn theCharleston
Charleston Carlestn delegation delegaton will I speak spk in strong stroniterm stong stongterm strongterrqs
term terrqs Interviews Intorlows sought tonight from fronleaders rromleder fromleaders
leaders leder term of different dlternt factions faotlonl in this tbl State StaUagree Stateagree
agree Igr that the lie warning to Mr Roosovoll Roosovollcontained Hoooltcontalnll RooseveltcontaIned
contalnll contained a barn baFI slander slanderCOLUMBIA slanderCoLtyhtnIA lnndtr lnndtrCOLtMU
COLUMBIA COLtMU 8 f C March Marh 2 Got GovMcSweenoy 00 00lcSweenoy GotMcSweeney
McSweenoy Bold Id tonight of the tle lie etorj
that It would not ot be safe for President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentJoosv Prealdenthtoosevelt
Roosevelt Joosv lt to come cmo here hereBecause hereJaus here1leeauso sae
Because Jaus of 0 the feeling rPlng against aganlt soclaequality social soial soialequalty socialequalIty
equality equalty there was WIS a little ltle irritation Irritaton on 01the onthe onthe
the Booker kor Washington lhlnton incident Incdent but that thatIs thatIs thatis
Is passed pl I feel fel I voice ole tho sentiments Bontlmentiof entment8 entment8ot
of every oer citizen ctvn that not a single protest protestwill prottwi protestwill
will wi bo b heard hear South Suth Carolina Crolna has n nsympathy no nosympnthy nosympathy <
sympathy with wih the spirit lllrit of anarchism RnarWlm anc ancim ad adan and andan
an attempt atompt to assault lau t the Chief Exocutivi Exocutiviof Eeuthe Eeutheot
of this tlil country would 1ould be b condemned condomne anc ancput and andIJt andPut
put IJt down as readily rodly as anywhere Anhor I regret rcgretills rgt rgtthIs regretthis
thIs agitation aKltaton and do not hesitate to naytho nay Baytho
tho ho people pplo want It to cease ctaeo Thero la lawelcome lanothing Isnothing
nothing 10 warnnt warrant anythlni anythIng but a coral coralelcme cordial cordialwelcome
welcome elcme for the President PrealdentXO Psdet PsdetlO PresidentxO
XO lO GUARANTEE OUAntlTrE FROM FnOl TJLLMAX TJLLMAXIt TILLVAN TILLVANI
It I Wasnt He le I1 Who bo Told Platt That Tha the thePresident therreldent thePresident
President rreldent Would oull He In Dancer DancerTHE Uaccr UaccrT IanorTna
THE T SON Sc through tho misunderstanding misunderstandingof mlundtrlandlng mlundtrlandlngor
of a conversation 1lr610n with ith Senator Snator Thomas ThomasC
C Platt printed printe yesterday ye trraT that he and andSenator nndnltor andSenator
Senator nltor Pitchfork Ntchorl Tillman Timan of South SouthCarolina RouthCorUna SouthCarolina
Carolina CorUna had met at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel Hotelon
on Saturday Slturday afternoon Senator Snator Platt Plattsaid Plattanici
said Mll yesterday yesterdayIt
1t It was PB an error Senator Snntor Tillman Timan did didnot didnot didnot
not call cll on me mt I have not seen fln Senator SenatorTillmnn SenatorTiliman nntor nntorTlmll
Tillmnn Tlmll In K some > me time timeIn tlmrI timeIn
In I another newspaper newsppr not TUB SUN it itwss Itw Itwas
was w erroneously crneully Mated that tho ho warning warningto waring waringto
to Senator Snator Platt that It would be b unsafe unsafefor UnMrt unsafefor
for President Prsident Roosevelt Rorlt to go to tho Charles Charleston Chrloaton Charleston ¬
ton Exposition Ixplilion came from Senator Snator Till Tillman TI Tillman ¬
man rln Of this thI warning warnlnl Mr Ir Platt said yes yesterday yesterday es estlnlay ¬
terday terdayI tlnlay
I am going IJ to Albany llny tomorrow tomorro1 after afternoon arr af er ernoon ¬
noon unn to attend Itcnd the tht MoKlnley tlnll memorial memorialservices mlmnnal mlmnnalriCs memorialer1ces
services riCs In tho Awembly AUtlnbly Chamber Cnmber on Tues Tuesday fliesday e eday ¬
day evening Ill Il start back for Washing Washington Walhlnj Washingtenon ¬
ton tenon on Wednesday Wednesdavandon tneMar and on Thursday Tuslay I bholl bholllay bhalllay hol
lay before heroo the thl President Ptsldrnt the lie information informationwhich InrCrmatlon InrCrmatlonwhich Inkriuatonwhich
which v as Ralrn clvm to me meSenator yesterday
Senator Rma tor Tillman Tlhnn wa WQ was asked Ikl last lat night nightIs nhhttho nightIs
Is tho xtatu of public ublo fooling rllg In South SouthCarolina Suth SuthCarlnl SouthCarolina
Carolina Carlnl such that Ia President Prefldent Roowvult Roowvultwould Iooelt Iooeltoul htoosev tilt tiltwould
would oul bo b In dancer of personal pnnal violence violencehbould violencehhouid Iolrn Iolrnbnulr
hbould your bnulr State SlateTho StateTII StateThe he 1e carry rrr out his h plans for visiting visitingyour Isltlg Isltlgyour
The TII Senators nators verbatim reply rpl was wnsI W WI
I dont Iwllivo htll It In ls dangerous dagroul In that thatwn thatn lintbtit
wn n but I know there thor in 1 very er intense intensefeollng Intel intensefeolitig
feollng rolll there Our pooplo aro not savages savagesbut savagesbut lages lagesIut
but you ou cant rnt undcrtako untrako to t fllalt aia1c > iM > ak for an anentire al anLIitIiP
entire entI people oplo In that tht condition cndition of mind mindIf mid midIC
If I were wtre to 0 go and say ay they th wouldnt wouldt In Insult Inul insuit ¬
suit ul President Prldnt Roosevelt JtoMl lt if I ho should go gothero gothlI gothere
there thlI it mlffht ml ht inspire some drunken dnmktn fool foolto foolto foolto
to do It I There 11Jr Iht < re 1r1r might mh ht Ime bo b some eomo drunken drunkenfool drnken drnkenrol drunkenfool
fool rol who would blow off o his hi indignation indignationtain idigaton idigatonand
and not havl have proper tgl regard for UI the 1 pro proPrietles
IlrloUls Prietles whlcl which Irpr would ould obtAtn tain almost any anywliere In Inwl anywhere
where wl r in the United Unie States StatesPoland Stt SttIoladt StatesPolandi
Poland Ioladt Poland Pol PolDII polantti polanttiGreatest n4H n4HOrrattii
Greatest Dmtrl Natural lturat Utaiclntl I ln1 Water Itf Known ioWAr EnOsUAdr EnOsUAdrt Ait
t
DRY SUNDAY SUNDAYNOT NOT A BIT OF I IJEROMES IT ITJFnOmS ITJRflOMES
JEROMES THREAT TIIFAT TO INDIC INDICCAPTAIXS 1WIT 1WITtMTH INDICTC1PT41VS
CAPTAIXS tMTH S HAS 10 Xl 0 EFFECT EFFECTCondition IFFEC7 IFFEC7Cnlllon EFFECTCondutloas
Condition Cnlllon Just Like Ukl Tho Tole Those e on Ilecen IlecenSundays nrcrnt8uncll11 ItecentSunda11
Sundays 8uncll11 11 More 1Iore Arrests Aret Than Tln Then ThenWere Trre Trrerrl ThereWere
Were rrl a Week rle ABO AloNothtns Nothing Seen n nSpecial nf nflptclal ofSpecial
lptclal Special ExcIse Rcllo Sleutlu SlruUuJeroll SleuthsJerotiio Jerome Silent SilentExcise SIlentExcise lmt lmtExclM
Excise law Iv observance obfranco in this city ciy was waimuch walmuch wasmuch
much tho ho Mtno 1110 yesterday ylterdy as on any other otheiSunday otherSundy otherSunday
Sunday Sundy Whatever District Dltrct Attorney Je Jeromo Jermo Jarome
rome rmo Intends to do to police polce captains ptlns wh whtolerate who wbotolemto whotolerate <
tolerate violations iolatons of the tlo law Iw on Sunday Sundajremains Sundy Sundyromlns Sundayremains
remains romlns to be disclosed dllosod Certainly Clrlnly his hlithreat histht histhreat
threat tht to put it Itup up to them or to t hold them thenresponsible themrpnsible themresponsIble
responsible rpnsible for any discovered dlacvrd violations violationsmado violationsmado Iolatons Iolatonsmde
mado mde no material terl difference dlernco yesterday yesterdajIn 08toNayIn
In tho conditions cnditon under udor which tho retail retnlliquor retAi retailliquor
liquor lquor trafllo trno was fD carried crre on all al ovor town townTho townTho townTim
Tho liquor lquor Interests InterBtA did not not expect exct that thaiit thatIt thatIt
it would mako any difference dlorne UughDolan UughDolanPresident Hugh Dolan DolanPreldent DolanPtoaident
President Preldent of the State Liquor Dealers DealersAssociation Daler DealersAssociation
Association Afodaton Mid that no chango of con condltlons conditons conditlons
dltlons ditons in this city clT was al expected epte by th thinterests tho thoIntorFta tho1ntcrets <
interests IntorFta most concerned concrned and that It was wainot WIB WIBnot wasnot
not likely lkely that any change would bo b of offooted etreted offooted
footed reted by radical radicl measures mours least of all ni by bjarrests byarrst byarrests
arrests arrst because becus tho authorities nutborlioa know that thaino thatno thatno
no such measures moars would bo b necessary neMar tc tcbring to tobrig tobring
bring brig about abut a change The Th bearing baring ol olwhich orwhich ofwhIch
which Delpliio Delpl o observation obsraton lies Ics in thoshrcwi thoshrcwiapplication the shrewd shrewdapplction shrewdapplication
application applction of it itMr ItMr ItMr
Mr Dolan who should Ihould know did no noexpect not notexpt notexpect
expect expt a change Col Cl Colpartridgowhocould Colpartridgowhocouldorder Partridge Partrdgo who bo could couldorder couldorer
order orer a change did not do HO 10 Tho police policewho oleo oleowho olicO olicOwho
tho hour did didnot didnot didnot
who could close Cl08 town In an a
not close Cl08 It up Mr Jerome who 1ho was Wi teor teorlost aeonlast en enIlt
lost Ilt owning ollng declined declned to talk about excise exciseaffairs OZO OZOaalr exciseaffairs
affairs aalr The town drank all al day yesterday yesterdayAnd Oteray OterayAnd
And there you are areIt ar areit
It I was wa popularly ppularly supposed lupp d yesterday yesterdaythat ypsteraT ypsteraTthat yesterdaythat
that the town swarmed with detectives detectivesIn dotetves dotetvesIn
In the employ of tho are District Dltrlct Attorney AtornoT and andtho andtho andthe
tho State Excise Ezcb Commissioner CmmlSlonor as well wel at atof asof
of the Society Solety for tho Prevention Prenton of Crime Crimeand Crimead Crimeand
and ad that their solo 110 duty for tho tlmo being beingwas bing bingWI beingwas
was WI to find fnd out just jut how tho ho Excise ExcIe law lawwas lawM lawwas
was M or was not observed observedThe obfro observedThe
The he policewho o who It maybe ma bo safely Mrelylnrered Mrelylnreredcre Inferred Inferredwere interredwere
were cre on pl the sharp shr lookout for any such suchexotlo Buchexoto suchoxotlo
exotlo spies splO in all al parts pars of tho city declared declaredthat delar declaredthat
exoto
that they had neither seen fn nor heard hcrd ol oltho ortho ofthe
tho presence pronc of any such persons prns If I there therewere thorowtre therewere
were wtre such detectives deletve or Inspectors hilptl about aboutthey abut abuttheT aboutthey
they found that tho elastic elatlo Haines law pro provisions proLlons provisions ¬
visions Llons for tho thirsty wore wer observed bfre satis satisfactorily sat tl Is Isfactorily ¬
factorily factrly or thoy kept what information informationthey Intormaton Intormatonthoy Informationthoy
thoy secured rure as 1 to violations violtions to t themselves themselvesThey themllvc themllvcToT themselvesThey
They ToT did not report rpr the violations vlolntlon to tho thepolice thopllo thoimiko
police pllo captains captain for the number of arrests nrrestcwas arts artswu arrestswas
was small smallThe smal smallThe
The Te total number nubr of excise cxcl arrests arst In hiManhattan Inzlatn inManhattan
Manhattan zlatn and ad The Te Bronx was wn twentynine twentyninewhich twentTnlnowhich twentyninawhich
which was Just eleven moro mor than A week weekago wek wekago weekago
ago There Ter was 18 not ono 010 In tho Tenderloin TenderloinCapt TendorlolnCpt TenderloinCapt
Capt Cpt James Ja1 K K Prices Prlcl precinct up in Pro Tremont T Tmont Promoat
mont reported three thr and MSmlng Smiling Dick DickWalshs DickWalsbl DiclcWalshs
repred
Walshs Eldridgo Edrdg street strt precinct prlct four all allmado allmado allinado
mado after 330 ss P M 11 if I a statement made madeat madoat
at the desk at that hour was accurate accurateOf aeurate aeurateOf accurateOfthe
Of Ofthe the other precincts prelnolho five reported rprl two each eachTwentythroe eachentyellr eachTwentythree
Twentythroe entyellr precincts prict besides the Ten Tenderlola Tenderloin Tenderloin
derloin reported no excise exci arrests ar at all allRot 11 allIIut
rprted
Rot the Tenderloin Tndelolnt wasnt vfry Crd rrydy rrydyIf dry dryIf
If I 1a you know kow to how to get lci drink a drfk at any Iny place placeordinarily placeordinarily
ordinarily yu on Sundays Bunda you could cull get ono onoyesterday onoYCtlday onoyoaterday
arlnrly yesterday at tho came place Illac ilace Only the thePinoller thoIUnler thepiiialier
Pinoller IUnler saloons lions and an not all al of them were wereclosed wereclosed ere ereclole
closed closedIn clole closedIn
In Brooklyn Broky there ther was only ono arrest arrestthat art artthat arrestthat
that of a man mn who failed faie to havo his cur curtains curtlns curtains ¬
tains tlns up and allowed alowe several sveral men Ipn to t stand standIn ItandIn standIn
In front of the bar br and drink Deputy DeputyCommissioner DeputTCmrlBloner DeputyCommissioner
Commissioner CmrlBloner Ebsteln Eblln had given gven no new neworders neworer neworders
orders orer so 8 all al tho saloons lons that are con conducted cn cnduce conducted ¬
ducted duce quietly quloty and ad where women are not notallowed notnlowe notallowed
allowed nlowe wero permitted prmted to remain open opn as asusual alusual asusual
usual usualOn usualOn usualOn
On Broadway tho thirsty thirty man could couldget couldget couldget
get his hi tipple tpplo In the usual mul way by seating seatinghlmsolf latng latnghlml seatInghImself
hImself hlml at a table and ordering orering It It was wasnecessary wasnecessary M MneMr
necessary for him to gaze gaf upon upn the cue customary CUl CUltmr cueternary ¬
neMr ternary accompaniment aompiment a delicate delcto snd sndwlcl sandwith sand sandwich ¬
tmr with but this thll has hal been bn usual for so f long longtte a atime attmo
time wlcl now that tat most hotel lltol patrons ptrens do not notmind notmind notmind
tte mind It In some Imo considerate onsldorato resorts resrts tho thodelicacy thodolcoy thedolieaoy
delicacy was daintily daitiy screened Irne by snow snowwhite anowwhlto snowwhite
white dolcoy napery and ad only those th08 who would wouldthe woud woudlok wouldlook
lok look n napr gir gift hor horse I In te the mouth dllorl dIscovered dIscoveredthe
the morsel morl beneath bneaUI for no charge cargo was wasmade wasmdo wasmade
made mdo for it itOn ItOn itOn
On tho East Est and West Wllt Sides of town townsome townsome
some of tho straightout saloons 1100nl wore abso absolutely abs absoItitely ¬
lutely closed cold Others did buslnoM bU lnoN with withtheir wi withregular h hrgUlr
regular cstomer customers placing guard guards outsldo outsldothei outsldotheir
their rgUlr doors The To greater grater number numbr of tho theRaines thoSamollaw thoitalnes
thei Raines law hotels and it was wal no far cry cr from fromono rromone fromone
one Samollaw to another of these thto ho hQllrlll hiotelries tolrles reverted revertedto rored roredto
to tho form of observance obserAnc of tho law which whichbecame whichbecmo whichbecame
effect effectThey became becmo familiar ramlnr when wbln the law first lnt went ont into intoThey Ito Itoetec intoeffect
etec They opened tho blinds blnds so that tho ho bar barroom br brroom barroom ¬
room was Oped visible lb1e from tho street strot and tho thopassersby thopNeNby Ito Itopassersby
passersby wa could ould eee I that thnt no ono save tho thobartender tholrtendor thebartender
pNeNby In tho barroom They Theyresurredod Theyreaurreclod
bartender was wla as barrom ThtY ThtYrsurrCod
lrtendor resurredod the old signs telling toing where wher the thehotel thebotel thehotel
rsurrCod
hotel entrance entrllC is and Ind am placed placo these thCM In tho thowindows thowndowe thewindows
windows Tho sandwich sndwich provision was wasble wasalso wasalso
also wndowe crruly carefully obrved observed and In mlny many ot tho thoplos ho hoplaces
places the Indwlcb sandwich wn was chrjod charod for rorOn forOn
plos On the other hAtll hand It wa was prreth perlecilv pUI pUIble XMi XMihis
ble to stand stand up at a bar ll1r i iYork and drink 1n n New NewYork w wYork
York t without llelnl being known knn as al a patron ptron of ofthe orthe ofthe
the place plac In porno pmn districts dltrlcs a curtain curtainwas cUrtln cUrtlnwa curtainwas
was wa hung across ncB barroom baool a t row feet fet lw hack hackrrm hackfrom ck ckfrom
from rrm the te street itret Said one on police plt sergeant sergeantwhen leitlnt leitlntwhen sgeantwhen
when asked what hnt the excIse pxe11 situation lluatlon was wasThn WSTho wasTin
Tin same mo as I it was a before I suppose suppep I Ihavent Ihaent Ihavent
havent heard hrad of anything anyhing particularly particularlydifferent prtlcularlT prtlcularlTdlltrtnt particularlydifferent
different differentNot differentNot
dlltrtnt dlltrtntNot Not a single Ilngle person was Wn arraigned nrralgo yes yesterday yesterday 1 ¬
terday traln In tho thl thoWtiat West WlWt prlon Side police plco court eur charged chargedwith cham chamjth cliargodwhit
with jth violating iolat g tho Excise Ecl law This lion uiasnot lionnot iunot
not happened happne before ror in many may many Sun SunIn Bunday Sundays
days daysIn
day In the Centre Cntre street strt court cour Abraham AbrahamGrossman AbrahamOrosman AbrahamGrossman
Grossman Orosman a saloonkeeper Mloonko r at 120 W Wetreot Newt Newtstreet It ItItrt
street Itrt arrested for selling BlnK liquor lquor at 0 I oclock oclockyesterday oclockyeltera oclockyesterday
yesterday yeltera arrto morning moring was as held In JSOO S roo bail bailfor bal balror ballfor
for trial trialEssex trialEssex
Essex Dx tralDx tral Market Inrot had only one excise ex lo pris prisoner prl prisoner ¬
oner and ad he wasnt unt held He le was al Bernard BernardDiesler Berar JiernardDiesler
Diesler a bartender harendor In tho saloon loln at too 200of tooEast
East I houston outon Itnet street Polceml lolleeman Dolo Doloor Doole Dooleof
of him Et tho Kldridgo Edrldro street strt station Itntol cnpturejl cnpturejlI cnptur cnpturlhim
himI I wlnt in there aC B 130 1 this morrnln morrnlnsaid morrln morrlnIld morrninsaId
said Ild Dooley Voley an I saw 1 a crowd of mln mlnVliot mlnIn raInIn
In the plaC place placeWhat
What were er they doing asked aked Magis Magistrate Magistrats Iaglstrnt ¬
trate trnt Crane CraneJust CmnMJut CraneJwdt
MJut Just slttln 1111n there replied rple the police policeman plc policeman ¬
man
manDid ma Did Vd jou y Otl eo any an liquor lquor sold soldNo lold7 lold7So soldlNo
No 01 0 did not notDdou notDicI
Ddou DicI you fe see ay any lquor liquor on the bar barO
01 couldnt eouldnt say thot 01 did didDid didVld did1icl
O Did you ou see anything cUe el that was wasout wal wasout
out of place placeOnly plnc
Only the rain mlnNo rln rainNo
No 0 evidence oldIIC hero her said tho he Magistrate Magistrateand Mnlllrato Mnlllratonnd
and Dlwlcr Dfler was W dIscharged dlachorgodIn l chnrffd chnrffdIn
In Yorkvllle York v le court curt Jowph Sonop Senopky ky k who whokecps whokeeps ho hokIJ1
keeps II cider ctubo nt 312 31 Eat E1 t Ninth Sllth ixith istrwt istrwtwon htntWi itrvctwas
won Wi kIJ1 a prisoner charged with lth selling Mllg two twoof t twoof 10 10of
of Acting AcUn Captain Cplin Churchills Churhis policemen polClnn two twoglasses to110s twoglasses
glasses of beer I r nt IUO I IO oclock oclok yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdateemIng lterdn lterdnIlmlnl
110s
morning without lhout Imvltii havlll any license lcn at all allMagistrate al al alMagistrate
Magistrate Ilmlnl Pool held hell him for examination examinationJames rzamlnatlonJamoR examinationJames
MalUtrnte
James Loddy IAld a bartender bBrendnr In tho saloon 8loon aC at
877 Third Thir avenue nVtnue wa WM arrested nrNte because Il au a apoliceman aplcnan apoilcetnan
policeman found roud that place plae open at 1250 1250A 120A 1230A
A plcnan M I Tho bartender barendor declared dlla opn that ho howas howal liewas
was cleaning cleanlnl up He HI was W discharged dischargedJohn dlharge dischargedJohn
John Joh Keller Ktlu who keep a saloon 1100n nt 114 114East 14 14Flt 114East
East Flt Third Thir street tnt was wa keep held for violation violationof vlollton vlolltonor
of the Concert Hall lallaw law A policeman plIctm said saidthat sll sllthat saidlist
that Kellar 1ellr CnCr had hld a piano In his hl place pIN and andPnlumdt ad adPnl4t andPolsadl
Pnlumdt Poland 1lan41 roltndlll roltndlllPoland IIdll Isodiil Isodiilroland
Poland Ilc4 water 11 r Stat Irt amour nature IIU icmtdlea rel eirztdlcsAd dle0 At
r
some Rme ono was as thumping It at 0 ocloc oclocon oclok oclokon oclockon
on Saturday night while hle about seventy Bentfvo sevent seventfive
five fvo men wero nlghth In tho t tte 0 place plac drinking drnkig Hihas Hi Jo Johal Itohiss
has hal no license Icenl to sell sl liquors lquor where wher then thenis tber thereIs
is muslo musloAn musloAn musicAn
An elderly and corpulent man nn In evening evcnlniclot evenig eveniglot eveningclothes
Crulet
clot clothes lot lies hesnd and an opera hat drove dro up to tho door dooiof doorof I Ior
of tho We Vest t Sixtyeighth opm street str Ur polleo pUe eta statlon sa saCon etaion
tlon Con ion In a 1 hansom hanlm at 1 oclock oclok ycstorda ycstordamorning ostordaymorning
morning moring Scrgt SrJ Brcnnan Brenna and Capt cpt ltorday ltordaymoring Kea Keawere Kearer Kentwere
were er both blh bet behind behl d tho desk deskSshayl doskShayl deskSsIiayl
Sshayl Wha kind er precinct prlnct Ish thlsh thlshEverythings tbl thishEvoi7thbgshi b
Everythings Eorhlgah clonhed clo he up said tho faiman rat ratma fatalan
man ma
manSorry Sorry said lld aidtimcaptaintlmtwo tho thDcaptaln captainthat Ult wo haven llen haventanything I Ianything t tanhlng
anything on hand had but water ator or Id Id treat treatDont trat tratDnt ttoatDont
Dont Dnt you yot know kow this th U I Sunday morning morningM mornlng7Oh morningOhthierah
Oh Ohthierah M thtrlh l l bn been other otherSunday t Bun o day f mornings moringant morningsand I Iand
and I havent yet choked to death doaththo sid sidtho said saidthe
ant tho man Ho 10 made choke for his hI cab cb and ad tol tolthe told toldtho toldlie
the lie driver to take him where whor ho could euid go goa got gotA
a drink if it was necessary nlry to drive t tChicago to toChicgo toChicago
wanted wantedMILLIONAIRE wantedMILLIO1l11W Chicago Chicgo Ho 10 wasnt long in finding fnding all al h hwanted be bewanto liewanted
wanto
MILLIONAIRE 110111 HANGS lllOS HIMSELF HIMSELFHenry lIUUEIF lIUUEIFltnr 1rIISEI4Fhenry
Henry ltnr Dlthop Perkins Ptrkhu or Warren arrrn 0 Com Commlts Cnmmil Cantnuts
nuts mil Suicide SuicideWABHRM SulcldrWJnRN SuicideVABRRN
WABHRM WJnRN Ohio March 3 2Tho Tho Hon HonHenry lon lon10nry lionHenry
Henry 10nry Bishop Perkins PerkIl one of Ohios best bestknown 1st 1stknown bestknown
known and philanthropic phlanthroplo citizens cltlznB com commilled cm cmmited cornraitted
milled mited suicide by Imaging llnllng today in thi thiofllce the theone thealice
alice one adjoining his palatial platil homo In thi thicity this thiscty thiscity
city cty Tho discovery dlcery was as made by member memberof membrl membersof
of tho family ramly who ho went to summon th thfather the thefather thefather
father to dinner dinnerFor dinnr dinnrFor dinnerFor
For two years yoi ill I health had made mde Mr MrPerkins MrPerkins Ir IrPerklnB
Perkins melancholy and this thi IB I the cause causeof causeof
of his act It I was wn about abut 1 oclock oclok thl thlafternoon this thlaafernoon thisafternoon <
afternoon afernoon when the lie body by wan W found and andho andho andlie
ho had hld been bn dead less IC than tha half hal an hour hourShortly hourShorty hourhhiortly
Shortly Shorty before 1roro noon non ho left lef the house hou to tcwalk towalk towalk
walk over to tho ofllce oc The suicide of i icon a alon ason
con lon Henry Henr Bishop D8hop Perkins Jr a Yale Yalegraduate Yologrduato Yalegraduate
graduate grduato and ad most promising promiing young man mana
a year ytar or more mor ago weighed wellhe heavily heaviy on onMr onMr onMr
Mr Perkinss Perklss mind and ho was wa not htmsellmentally himself hlml himselfmentally
mentally mentallyMr mntnly
Mr Perkins was W born br in Warren Warn on March Marh
10 1SJ4 and always IlwaYI lived lved here her At the thedeath thedath thelentil
death of his hi father In 1844 1 4 he began bKan a career careeithat crr crrthat careerthat
that was one on of unselfish unlI sh devotion to family familyand ramly ramlyand familyand
and friends rrerd He le Inherited InherlO a large property propertyand propry proprynnd propertyand
and asldo from the management mnnlloment of this thissuccessfully thllBU thissuccessfully
successfully BU lruly ho became becme Interested Intersttd In various variouaenterprises variousenterprises
enterprises tnttrprl8s Ho 10 was W a n firm fr worker for forthe rorthe forthin
the education of tho masses m I and besides besidesporvlng bsides bsidesIrlnj besidesserving
serving Irlnj on the Warren Warrn Board Dard of Educa Education Fue Eduoaion ¬
ion ton for years ar with wih hi hil hIs brother ho endowed endoweda
a professorship profe80rhlp In Western Wtltem Reserve HClrve College CollegeHo Cleg Collegelie
Ho 10 twice twle served < on tho State Stat Board Doan of ofAgriculture orAlrlcultur ofAgriculture
Agriculture Alrlcultur wosatnistneof wu a tnlllM trustee or the Ohio Ag Agricultural Al Agrlcultural ¬
ricultural rlcltural and Mechanical Mehanllal College Clltje for some somoyears Rmo Rmoral someyears
years ral was U a stockholder etkholder and director directorIn dlrtor dlrtorIn
In the old Cleveland CeoJand and Mahoning Rail Railroad lll flail7OUi ¬
road Jd now the Cleveland Cetland division dhilon of the theErlo theErl theEric
Eric Erl and ad was M identified Idenlfe with various roUI War Warren Warren Warten ¬
ren banks bnkR being President Prident of the First FirstNational Firt Firtntlona1 FIrstNational
National NationalIn ntlona1
In 1878 the Governor of Ohio appointed appointedhim
him a member mtmbr of a commission of three thr to topcrve toIO toserve
serve IO with wih a similar elmlar commission from fromPennsylvania tromlonnlnnla fromPennsylvania
Pennsylvania in reestablishing r tablllni the Ohio OhioPennsylvania OhloPcnDylvanla OhioPennsylvania
Pennsylvania PcnDylvanla line Ino From 1879 1871 to 1883 18 he herepresented hereprsnto horepresented
represented reprsnto Trumbull Trumbul and Mahoning Mahoningcounties Mahonlngcounties Mahoningcounties
counties in tho Stato Senate Senlto and for many manyyears manyyrar manyyears
years yrar he was 1al one of the trustees tru tes of the theState the81te theState
State 81te Hospital Jolplal for the Insane nsn in Cleveland ClevelandIn
In 1SS8 18 he was a Presidential Prdontlal Elector Eletor for forHarrison forHarsn forharrison
Harrison HarrisonMr Harsn HarsnMr harrisonMr
Mr Perkinss Perklns property proprY interests Intelta are a in inWarren Inarten
Warren arn arten and Clovoland Cool dtIII real estate < and stocks stocksand etockand
and other securities urltl His m wealth weth has beer beerestimated beenestimated
estimated estmatE at 3000000 00 On Oct 10 1835 1835he 1 18Ulie
he married mare Eliza Eiz O Baldwin daughter ol olMr otMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs Mr Norman or Baldwin Bdwi of Cleveland Clevelandwho Celand Celandwho Clevelandwho
who survives suni0 him himEXPLOSION hm hmrXNOSlN himIxPIOSIONAT
EXPLOSION rXNOSlN AT HAVEMEYERDOOIt HAVEMEYERDOOItTwa HAVElEYFl 1IAVRIIJVYXR DOOR DOOnT DOORTwa
Twa T Gas In a Conduit Conduitmew niew lp 1 p a Man Manhole Ilan Ilanhole lisahole ¬
hole Cover but Hurt lurt Nobody NobodyWith NObodyWltb NobodyWith
With a report rpr like lie that tht of a small ml cannon cannonthe con contho cannonthe
the 3foot lid ld of a manhole mnholo at the southwest southwestcorner luthwest luthwestcror southwestcorner
corner cror of Madison Madlon avenue and Thirty Thirtyeighth 1ry 1rytlghth Thirtyeighth
eighth tlghth street Itrt was blown blow twenty feet ret or moro moroup moreup
up Into Ito the air at 439 43 43 oclock oclok yesterday yesterdayafternoon yotery yoteryateroon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon ateroon and soaring rng over the high iron ironfence Ironfonco ironfence
fence around the yard yar of Mrs Mr Theodore TheodoreA Tedor
A Havemeycrs Javemeyrs residence rldenc at 244 < Madison Madisonavenue Madlln Madllnaenue Madisonavenue
avenue came cme down with Ith a smack lmck on the theground te tegrund theground
ground groundThe grund grundTe groundThe
The Te manhole mnbole led 10 to an electric elecro wlro con conduit cn cnduit condult ¬
duit Tho conduit had filled with
cndut hd fle wih gas gasleaking guloking gashonking
leaking loking from rrm the street strt pipes pip and ad It is sup supposed IUPpos supposed ¬
posed pos that tho gas was Ignited by a spark sparkfrom sprk sprkrrom sparkfrom
from a grounded grounde electrlo elerlo wire wir The man manhole m manhole ¬
hole was WQ pretty prety nearly airtight alht and that thataccounted tt ttacunte thataccounted
accounted acunte for tho ho racket racketThe racketTe racketThe
The Te explosion smashed smshod an a inner cover over to tobits t tobits
bits bis tore up a fringe rrngo of asphalt aphlt around the thehole th thhole thehole
hole and filled filed filled the t e air with dirt dir There Therewere Ther Therewere
were Wfr no more mor explosions explosionsTho ex1osionsThio
Tho hole was 11 exjlollons exjlollonsTbo itched Iltche up by workmen workmenfrom workmenrrom workmenfrom
from tho conduit ondult company and the big lid lidwas ld ldwaf lidwas
was waf brought brouJht back bck cmJmy from Mrs tlrs Havcmeycrs Havcmeycrsyard hlavcrneyersyard
yard y and put in Its place placeGIRLS plao plao0111S plaoeGIRLS laemeyrl laemeyrly
GIRLS 0111S EXPELLED rIIUrD FROM FnOl COLLEGE COLLEGEThree COIEGETlrtI COlLEGEThree
Three TlrtI Freshmen Frlhmn at Drown Accused ccult of ofDeception ornrctUon ofDeception
Deception nrctUon In Ithetorloal Work WorkPnovincNCE WorkPnovinarca ork orkPnOIDEC
PnovincNCE PnOIDEC R I March Marh 2 2Tr 2Three 2Threemembers Three Threemembers
members mombr of tho freshman freshman class eM of the theWomans ell ellWomans theWomans
Womans College Cle e at Brown Drow University Universityhavo Unlverlty Unlverltyhao Universityhave
have been bn expelled explt The action acion was wastaken WI wastaken
taken after lter duo consideration consldoraton of the of offence orronc offence ¬
fence with Ith which they
ronc were charged chargedTho charge chargedThe
The 10 charge was t made that these th etr throe throestudents threestudents
students tudent had passed pM In as their teir own ow In the therhetoric therhetorlo therhetorio
rhetoric class el work ork that they had not notthemselves notthemllls notthemselves
themselves themllls produced producedTho producedTho producedTho
Tho matter mater was M brought brught up before brore the thestudent thestudent thestudent
student body and Ind a committee commltl appointed appointedto appinte
to Investigate Invellato the subject They reported reportedtheir reprt reprtthrlr reportedtheir <
their recommendation rlommtndatiol to Dean Dan Emery Emerythe Emtrythe Emerythe
the past week eek und she approved of the thepenalty thopnnlt thepenalty
penalty pnnlt that had been bn determined drttJmlned upon uponTills uponTitla
tpn
Tills 111 Is similar simiar to an Incident that oc occurred ocourrd oceurretl ¬
curred ourrd among the young women of the theuniversity theunhttlt theuniversity
university unhttlt several ferll years 01 ciiza ago under the thoadministration theldmnlRratlon theclmjnistrationof
ldmnlRratlon administration of President Prlldent Andrews Sev Several Bo Boral 8evoral ¬
oral ral Mudents wore wrr expelled oxpele for tho same sameoffence Nlmeolenco sameoffenc
olenco offence as ni that of which the young women womenare womenaro womenaro
aro said to bo guilty guiltyORTHEHX guit guit01TllrII guiityXORTIII1N
ORTHEHX 01TllrII SEClRITIES SECt mClRTIF RI TIES PLAX PLAXCanadian Ph Phnltlan 1I4VCnnadian
Canadian nltlan Charter nlrtlr to He II Aikeri hkl For nmetal nmetalMotlec fmrtal fmrtalote Ometaloiieo
Motlec ote oiieo Clten CltenMONTREAL h ien ienMOXTREtl n nMORF
MONTREAL MORF Quebec March Marh 2 2omcial 2omcialnotice Official Officialnotice Oclalnotle
notice notle Is I given in 11 tho Canada Oatttte Galtte that thaton thata thtatan
on a application npplcalon will wi bo b made to tho ho Governor GovernorGeneral OoernorOnorl GovernorGeneral
Onorl General in Council Counci for a charter chnrlr of Incor Incorporation Incorpmlon incorporatlon ¬
poration pmlon urdw urdtr the provisions provfsionsottho of tho Com Companies Compnltf Cornpanies ¬
panies pnltf act of Canada for tho Northern NorthernSecurities Sorhrr NorthernSecurities
Securities Scurtlcs Company > tho chief eirr Place Jlac of ofIii orhulnrbl ofIuSitieoq
hulnrbl IuSitieoq Iii iiio6s to l lie > o tho oily iiy of Montreal Montrol The Thecapital Te Tecanlnl Theeanitat
capital canlnl stock 8teh of the tlO company compny Is to be beltOVOO
1000 1 ltOVOO > 00WO divided dhldpd Into 10000 100 shares sharesTho Ihars sharesThu
Tho 11 applicants are ar McGihbon fclhhon Casgrain CasgrainRyan Cllraln CllralnRnn CasgrainRyan
Ryan A Mitchell ltclll a firm frm of Montreal Iontral law lawyers lawrr ¬
yers 3 rr 015 The 110 members m mlr of the firm fr decline declineto dflno dflnoto
to give Kh any Information regarding rarlng the ap application applcaton spphication ¬
plication plcaton but It in I believed lle that this thl U a amovo aIflOt3
movo 100 of those tho interested inttrclto In tho Ito Northern NorthernSecurities Norhom NorhomHurtltl NorthernSectirftles
Securities Hurtltl Company Com pn to secure Ir incorpora incorporation Incrra Incrraton ¬
ion ton in Canada Cnal so that they may act a as 1 a
foreign rorlll corporation crrton and I avoid trouble troublrroln
from tho courts courtsThe curt curtTt courtsThe
The Tt rrnniyl liiniyivaIIa nDhlnll anla Railroad ttallroadThe nlrool Railroadthe
The standard Uanelr line lne lo Chlraro CIAO and Ine the b Vnl Nt eiem ftm eZeyyinli t ta
nI3 the high point to wticn railroad rOd Uantlnaa iransIufls iransIuflsbat
bat attained a rl rlrI In AuerkiAd5 rI
OUTBREAK OCCURS IN ITALY ITALYMon ITALYiuon
Mon utfvs nlWi A TOWN TOl HALLMORE HALLMORETROOPS lUUUOn hA LIMOIWTROOPS
TROOPS TO UK 111 CALLED OUT OUTTalk OUTTatk OUTTalk
Talk of Rerolutton Gets ets Out In Spite Spie a anote or ofhose
note 01 Oniorthlp Cnlorshlparhtp CensorshIpWarships ivarthlpi Sent Srt t tVarlotu to toVaroU toVarious
Various VaroU PortiRxtraonllnary Port Ports Ftraortlna Extraordinary Precau PrecauHoniDelnKTakrntoCrircktheTronble preau preautonl PreeUIons
HoniDelnKTakrntoCrircktheTronble HoniDelnKTakrntoCrircktheTronbleSftclal tonl Ions Dlnl ktn to0erk the Touble ToubleSJcol
Sftclal SJcol C Co Call M Deiptlch nUpolcl It Tn Te Tuc Sex SDHLOKDON SOHLOnoN SexLOXDON
LOKDON LOnoN March Marh 3 3A A despatch desptch to the theMorning thl thlMoring theMorning
Moring Morning Leader Jeader from Rome nme states etat that thatan thatan thatan
an extraordinary riot has occurred ocur at atCassano atCo atCassano
Co Cassano In Calabria CalabriaA C labra labraA labria labriaA
A mob who demanded derande the construction constructionof constructon constructonoC
of railways rlhray sacked red and burned burne tho Town TownHall TownHall TownHall
Hall The To Town Tow Councillors Counclor fled 10d for their theirlives theirUv theirlives
lives livesTho Uv
UvTG livesThe The TG night passed pd with tho town in total totaldarkness totaldarkeS totaldarkness
darkness darkeS and ad with wih houses hOU8S barricaded barricadedThU bricade barricadedThis
This Tla morning moring troops troop arrived are and restored restoredorder rstor rstororer re8tOrCdorder
order orderThe orderThe
orer orerTe The Te Rome Rmo correspondent crr pnrent of the Worn MorningPil Worning tlornflu
ingPil ing flu Pea sends lnds a long despatch delptch to that thatpapwi tatpp thatpaper
paper reading rladlng between boten the lines lncs of ofwhich orwhih ofwhich
which whih pp in the llgh II ligtjt > t of the to situation siuaton In InItaly InItaly InItaly
Italy has 18 considerable Interest Intert It I says saysthat 8tB 8tBthat saysthat
that the decree d rto calling cllg reserves r or to tho thocolors thoclor thecalera
colors clor came just in time tmo to tl stop a strike strikewhich Itrke Itrkewhich strikewhich
which word wrd as THK TJ Stixs BI8 despatches despatcheshave drptchc deapatcheshave
have mado mAo clear clPT is very lry euphemistic euphemisticThe ouphtmiltc ouphtmiltcThe
The correspondent Corlpndont hampered hampr by the thecensorship tbecnrhip thecensorship
censorship cnrhip says It la II well wel worth tho Gov Governments OOTernments Oovornmtunta ¬
sy
ernments while whlo to pay tho 75000 160 lire lre dally dallyentailed daly dalyentaie dailyentailed
entailed entaie by the summoning of the re reserves r rsre8 isserves ¬
serves sre8 for a week wek ago a panlo seemed seemedlikely seemedlikely mod modlkely
likely lkely The 0 situation sltulton throughout tho thocountry thocountr thecountry
country countr still sti causes apprehension apprhonslon as astho a ashe
tho he knowledge that the Government GovernmentIs
Is preparing to call 01 out the secondclass secondclassarmy sndcl secondclassarmy
army prprng reserves rMre and a class caN of carablntera carablnteracauses crabinier crabiniercuee carabinierscauses
causes cuee tho belief bler that trouble Is brewing brewingThe brwlg brwlgle brewingThe
The le publid publ is I convinced that tht more mor danger dangerexists dangerexIsts nnger nngerezl
exists ezl tB than th appears on the eurfaceor lurraoor meas measures mMSur measurea ¬
urea ur BO severe aor appars would not have h been bn taken takenso
so 0 hurriedly hurriedlyTho
Tho correspondent crrepndcnt points pints out that the theMilan theMian theMilan
Milan Mian League of Resistance Rtlstnne Immediately Immediatelyremoved Immediatelytemoe immediatelytemoved
removed and hid all al It It its papers and money moneyfor moneTtor moneyfor
for temoe fear tea that the Minister Mlniter ppr of the Interior Interiormight Inttrlor Inttrlormigh Interiormight
might migh order orer the league Itague to bo b dissolved dlho and andIts andIt andits
Its It premises pnmI searched searchedHo sear hld hldno
Ho adds that this may yet bo b done be becauwj b because
cause caul tho fact rac that the lie railway ralwaT men are arenow ar arnow arenow
now placed plo on a military mitary footing rotll deprives deprivesthem deprvel deprvelthem deprivesthem
them of the right rgh to belong htlonl to any associa associations Ila IlatlonB assoclaions ¬
ions recognizing rgnizing any discipline dllpUno except ezcpt that thatof tht thtor thatof
of tho army armyThe amY amYTo armyThe
The To correspondent crrFpndent dilates dllatt1 upon upn the theextraordinary thoetrardlnuT theextraordinary
extraordinary etrardlnuT precautions pruton that have been beentaken bn bntaken beentaken
taken to t preserve pterTe publla publo order orer especially especiallytho elplally elplallytbo
the despatch depth of warships wnhlp to various arou ports portswhich pr portswhich
which move has h created c1att a Benwitlon BenwitlonThe BnMton BnMtonTh senstlonThe
The Th correspondent crspndent as already alrdy suggested suggestedis suggostedI
is I evidently evldentT afraid to speak lpk plainly plaily but butgoes butgo butgoes
goes go to i far as S to say The correspondent correspondentof c lpondont lpondontor
of th thCorrtr the CorriVre Delia Sera who llko lko most mostof m0t m0tof mostof
of his hi colleagues cleagUes has b had hd his hi telegrams telegramseelzed tcleml tclemlel telegramsseized
seized el writes nUts that tht on Monday Mondy last lt all al the theships theships
searched searchedfor searchedfor
ships ahps entering tho harbor were srohed srohedfor
for arms ar and war material mAterll If I this is i true trueit truoIt trueit
the Government has hasi hal1to
it ee sesis ms I as though
r 1to sdtto i > tET feAr e rlltlonar7 reyohitionsry outbfk outbfkI outbreak outbreak3n i i iIn
In I iMa 111 roun rudabout rotniabout J4lwut way the th correspondent correspondenttries orpndent orpndenttes
tries tes to convey onvey the truth trut told In Saturdays Saturdayscables Saturdayscables turys turyscablel
cables to THE TIX SUN He Ie concludes cncudls by byftaylng by11lg bysaying
saying 11lg that If I a revolutionary movement movementshould moemrntahould movementshould
should break bta out there are ar now nearly nearly8oocxi
80000 80 men more than last lat week wtk at tho lie dis disposal dl diapoeal ¬ I
posal pl of the Government Overnmrnt to maintain order orderFIREMES omrrFIlEUBN orderFIREMEN
FIREMEN FIlEUBN JV Il KVEVfV0 F1ElIlO CLOTHES CLOTHEStarchraont CLOTHESIrhmont CLOTHESLarehalont
tarchraont Irhmont Millionaires nlltonare Turn Tr Oat OutE B C CTookrri CTooktrl CTookers
Tookrri house 1oe Burned BurnedLincnMONTONSouND nurl BurnedLAncnMoNvoNS0VND
LincnMONTONSouND LIC 70NONSOUN March Marh S 2For 2Forfve 2Forfive For Forfive
five fve hours hour the members membr of the Larbhmont Larbhmontmillionaire Ithmont Ithmontmllon Lauthmontznlflionalre
millionaire mllon fire f department deprent fought a fire flretoday tr firetoday
today tay which destroyed desty tho house houl of Ed Edmund E Edmund ¬
mund C Tooker Toker of New York YorkThe YorkTho YorkTho
Tho fire fr started trted at 1245 1U oclock oclok Judge JudgeWarren JudgeWarn JudgeWarren
Warren Warn Hlgley Igley fatherinlaw of Mr Tooker Tookerwho Tookerwho Tookerwho
who lives lveB with him here her escaped epd the fire flroan fr fireas
an 1 he was wa attending aUondlg the banquet baquet of the theOhio te teOhio theOhio
Ohio Society SletT in I New ew York YorkTho YorkThe YorkThe
The fire fir was W discovered dllTer by Mr Ir Tooker Tookerwho Toker Tokerwho Tookerwho
who was wa awakened awaened by smoke He 11 called calledhis cle calledhis
his 1s wlfo son ln and daughter Harold and andMildred ad adMdd andMildred
Mildred Mdd and ad after arousing ausng throe thr domestics domesticsho
ho carried cre a threeyearold thryearld child chid down a aburning aburning aburning
burning stairway Italray to safety Mrs Mr Tooker Tookerher Tookerhfr Tookerliar
her hfr children chidrn and the servants frats escaped Cpd In Intliclr Intheir intheir
their night nlil clothes clothesWhen clthel clthelWhen clothesWhen
When the fire fr began belan a number numbr of the thnmembers thl thlmembr themembers
members membr of the Larchmont Lrchmont Fire Fir Depart Department Dtprt Dtprtmcnt Departmont ¬
mont were cr enjoying themselves themllves at the theLarchmont theLhmont theLarehmont
Larchmont Yacht Club and nd they hurried hurriedto hurltd hurltdto
to Lhmont fight tho flames famo In their evening eenlnl clothes clothesment cothes cothesIayhow clothesMayheuc
Iayhow fht Brnsn Broneon the chltr chief or tim depr depart departnient
ment was Wi the first frt at the lie fire fr and took tookcharge tookchlrge tookcharge
charge chargeSome chlrge chlrgeSmB chargeSome
Some SmB who assisted ltO were F W Flint FlintJohn Flnt FlntJohn FlintJohn
John Bevan Charles Charl A Singer T J S Shattan Bl1lnt Sflint
l1lnt flint Bva Frak Frank IAry hardy L S Kovalsi Knevais Cnrad CnradBr Conrad ConradBird
Bird Joseph o ph Bir Bird PrOldet President or t the IB Ma titan titanhattan
Br
hattan hatt Savings 101 Institution Iiuton Lester Ltor Kollly KolllyF Ily IlyF
F E Proctor Protor tho theatrical thtatlcal manager managerbell mnagor mnagorOrl managerGeorge
George Towle deorge crge E Ide W V I H Cmp Camp Campbell
Orl bell bl George Fisher Flher E L Hopkins lopkln and andAssistant andAflstt andAssistant
Assistant Aflstt Org Chief Julius Juus Oerlach OerlachChief Grlach GrlachCler GerlachChief
Chief Cler Bronson while hle searching erhlnl the house househad hOUIO hOUIOhad househad
had reached rch a second Nond story 6to1 bedroom brom when whenthe whentho whenthe
the flames < surrounded Iurroundf him on three thre sides sidesand sldend sidesand
and nd fae h hi he was forced ror to escape ccap by b way 1ay of ofthe orthe ofthe
the front trnt piazza pIaz roof roofTha roofThe roofThe
The villa ia was richly rchly furnished rurnl he and ad con contained cn cntaind contamest ¬
tamest taind a library IbmrT and several rare rar paintings paintingsThe paintng paintingsThe
The Te loss 10 is between btwen JJSOOO 1 O and s 40000 40000MARRY iO000WOULDT o o1OUIn
1OUIn WOULDT T MARRY MA flfl THEM THEMThe Tl1rU Tl1rUe T1IEVThe
The e rTedrtlni rlins of Booker Waihlnsjtoni WaihlnsjtoniNephew WashingtonsNephew lhlnstonl lhlnstonlNcphtw
Nephew Ncphtw Put rt Off OI by I a Clergyman ClergymanCLaRtsnuRO ntrlnman ntrlnmanCRklDURO lergynlanCzaflk5nt1aa
CLaRtsnuRO CRklDURO W Va 1 March Marh S 2The 2Themarriage Tho Thomarriage To Tomlrlate
marriage mlrlate of oCThomu Thomas Booker Doker of Washington WashingtonD Wahngton WahngtonD
D 0 who ho rays IYs he Is a nephew of Hooker HookerWashington Jooktr JooktrWahlngton BookerWashington
Washington Wahlngton to Miss i Mary Wilson Wisn of or this thiscity thI thiscity
city did not take place last night as lS was wasexpected wa walzPt wasexpected
expected It had been bn whispered whl rd about aboutthat ahoutthat aboutthat
that lzPt Booker had a wife wJel In Washington Walhln ton from fromwhom frm frmwhom fromwhom
whom ho 1 wa WM not divorced dhor and the pastor pastorwho paRtorwho pastorwho
who had been bNn engaged cnllltd to perform perror tho lie cere ceremony ct ceremony ¬
mony monY1tul refuwxl to officiate oflclat without Ihout investiga investigation Invstga Invstgaton investigation ¬
ton tion poned ponedBooker Therefore the wedding weding was post postponed pst pstpnl postponed ¬
pnl Booker denies denllI the story Itory that he Is I married marriedand marrll marriedand
and says 6S th thl the name slme won Wi started Iarf by another anotherwoman aother aotherwoman anotherwoman
woman hero htr through Jealousy JealousyAttain jtaloul jtaloulIar jealousytsiui
Attain Iar tsiui leren Ittth a Sulltclr SulltclrAdam SuicideAdam Suicide SuicideAdam
Adam Leech I ch who ho was fA an assistant aNstlnt stew steward ste stear steward ¬
ar ard at the Il Knlck Inlckfrhoktr lcrulckerbocker rl > ocker A C killed kied him himself himIlr himieif ¬
self Ilr yesterday tlrml > In II Denver Ioler Col He lived livedwith Ihedtlth livedvitli
with his hlf wife lf and two t1O t o children chidrn at 333 32 East EastFortieth Est EstForteth EastFortieth
Fortieth Forteth street tn t Ho H had hld had consumption conMiinptlonand cnumptlon cnumptlonnud
and went to Colorado three thr weeks wek ago agoMmr agomt agoStair
Stair mt Illshop lhoplrakl Ilreaki Her Ilr Arm ArmHONOLULU Armlioro1Vlt rm rmlo
HONOLULU lo otut Feb 24 2 via 11 San Sn Francisco FranciscoMarch Franciscoarch FranciscoMarch
March arch 3 2MIne Mine hno Gwierva Johnston Jolm ton Bishop Bishoporatorio Dlhop Dlhoportorio Bishoporatorio
oratorio ortorio singer Ilnger who ho arrived Irlno hero a few fewof fewdaYI fewdays
daYI days ago to take prt part In the prnttlon prnttlonor preecatation preecatationox
of The 1 Messiah MIlab tripped on a sidewalk sidewalkand Ildewk Ildewkad sidewalkand
and ad fell frl breaking brlaklng her tripp arm ar In two t1O places placesTolMidt p1 p1olad places3olsndi
TolMidt olad I PolandII roladl roUndll roUndllDenied PolandillDollIed 1141
Denied Dlld at 1 Ite It Famous Farou Ioland Spring prD Ut Y Me4 Me4lb Att AttThe ArT
The T lb fhandar and lUllrxd t America Amerleala AI rlca rlcaI
la I 1 alwari the Ih rttmnlnnU r lnlJlnll Railroad Rirdtie toe don lisa lisato
10 1 Cbloco Caro Cinciuutl CCII ana 4 SI t B Louis 1w4 Lou1A4 A4s 1
TWO JWILDIXOS JIJDIOS WRECKED WRECKEDGas UnECID UnECIDOal II flECKEDGas
Gas Explosion eplosion Causes UII K3OOooo 1000 Low L In InReading InfrllnlTlrrf innestlingThree
Reading frllnlTlrrf nestlingThree Three Utrt h 1 Lost loitRZADINO IoltRJDNO LostItzavlxo
RZADINO RJDNO Pa March Marh 2 2At At 10 oclock oclocktonight oclooktonlght oclocktonight
tonight an explosion of gas gl took tookplace tk tkplno tookplace
place plno in the music mUllo house hou8 of C II IILIchty I IILichty
LIchty Lchy The 1le building buiding a fourstory rouretor struct structure etructure ¬ I Iur
ure ur collapsed collaps as if I It was W8 an egg shell shellTho shellTho hol
Tho To threoitory thrltory umbrella umbrla factory ractor of Mrs MrsMary Mr MrsMary
Mary Mar Holland Itoland adjoining fell rel next Both Bothbuildings Dtb Dtbbuldlnll Bothbuildings
buildings buldlnll wero consumed consue with contents contentsThe cntent contentsThe
The loss 101 Is 1300000 1300000There 1300 3cxloThere
There Ter won wer several 1orl persons prons in the th build buildings buld buldInRB buildings ¬
ings but oil al are nr accounted aounte for with the theexception theoxcpton theaxception
exception oxcpton of Mrs Mr Holland Hollnd who lived lve there theretogether ther theretogether
together with wih an evening caller clor and pos possibly p poeslbly ¬
slbly tho ho watchman watchmn In tho LIchty IJcly Building BuildingThese Duldg DuldgTes BuildingThese
These Tes three thr It is I believed blod perished perishedTho prshed prshedTo perishedThe
The To accident acdent was caused cud by the explo explosion explosion explodon ¬
sion don of a n gas gB generator gnertor in the LIchty LIchtyBuilding Lcbty LcbtyDuldlng LichtyBuilding
Building Duldlng Mr Lichty Icly was wa hood bed of the thecompany thecmpny thecompany
company cmpny which manufactured mnutacur them Hall Halla Hl
a dozen dozn pedestrians pdtltrne were wer Injured Ijur by the theexplosion thooxplolon theexplosion
explosion oxplolon and neighboring nclhbrng business house housewere hous houseswere
were ero damaged damagedDltJDE dmgO dmgOD1 damagedhIItJlE
DltJDE D1 E 10 YEARS OLD OLDTwo ornTo OLDTwo
Two To Men niihed flhshedtoMarry to Marry Iarr Ilrr Irr One Dr Vth VthIt lihe liheIs ho hoII
It IS 4 Got Her as a Hit l wife wifeNASHVILLE WifeNsnvxua Uf UfNJIVIL
NASHVILLE NJIVIL Tenn Ten March Marh 2 2Perhaps 2Perhapsthe Perhar Perharthe
the youngest bride In the lie country cuntr Is a aC at atC atCentreville
C ntrevllle ntrvlo Hlckman Ilckmnn county ounty tonight tonightbeing tonlghtbing tonightbeIng
being bing Mrs MI James Irwin Irin aged age 10 yearn yearnShe YII yearsShe
She married mrrie yesterday YlIteray Her er husband hmbnd L Lbetween I is isbetween
between btwen 4 45 and SO 6 years old oldA oldA oldA
A romance U 1 connected connete with wih tho mar marrlago mr mrrlago marriago
rlago J P Cook Cok was WI engaged engage to the girl glrand girlad girland
and ad went welt to Centerville Centerle to procure a license licensebut lcnl licensebut
but when ho returned reture to take the little lltthone ltlo ltloone littleone
one unto himself she had married mie an another anothor another
other Jim Irwin Irin who ho has been bn married marrlecbefore mried mriedbrore marriedbefore
before brore Cook had left Ifr his h first trt wife wlo anc ancwas ad adwaa and andwas
was divorced dlvorC Having Jalng lost the girl gil h hwent he hewent hewent <
went back bck to his divorced dlvor silo 1lfo made mdo uj ujand up upad upand
and ad proposed prpsd marriage maige which was wa agree agreeto agreed agreedto
to
toETRURIA toETmlI ETRURIA ETmlI LATE AT QUEEXSTOWX QUEEXSTOWXLeft aUFFlSTO l lLet
Left Let Here Jrre on o Feb 22 and Hart lad Not Be BeReported Been BeenReported
Reported frportl Last Ia Night NlBhtfipiclal Nishtrpal NightSpscIaI
fipiclal CaNt Dttpttth nupacllo la Tn T Tire Strjf StrjfQDKEVSTOWN SO SmtQvxxxavowrr
QDKEVSTOWN QUIN8WN March Mlreh 2 2Te 2The The Cuna Cunaline Cunard Cunardline
line ln steamer ttamer Etruria Etrura which In I a little ltle over overduo overdue overduo
duo at lt this port prt had not been bn reported reportedat rporl
at a late hour tonight tonightKICKED tnlght tnlghtKIC1En tonightKICKED
KICKED KIC1En CAR WIffDOWS OUT OUTMerry OU7 OU7IlerI OUTMerry
IlerI Merry Maiden tlilm From Upper tppr Broad DroalY DroalYjO Broadway BroadwayI030 na naFnjovs
Fnjovs I030 jO Herself JrreIt Coin Going otns to Brooklyn flrooklynA Orookll OrookllA
A flashily t hly dressed drel man and ad woman woma hire hiren hi hireda
n cab clb at the Gllsey OIIY House OUM last night nigh an antold and andtold andtold
told tho lie driver drvor to take them to Brooklyn BrooklynThey Brkly BrooklynThey
They were or both bth merry mer but the te woman womoiwas womanwas
was WI tho happier of the two twoAt twoAt twoAt
At Chambers CamlJr street tnt and Broadway Broadwaythey Brdway Brdwaythey Broadwaythey
they began blan to sing fng Tell Tel me pretty prtTmaden prtTmadenA maiden maidenA
A block lower I01er down she Ihe began bgan to t dance dsncito danceto
to the refrain rfrain The dance danc ended ende in a high highkicking hlghkicking highkicking
kicking display and out went 1ent each tach cal calwindow cb cbwindow cabwindow
window in turn turnThe tur turnThe
The cabman chmln drove on to the Bridge Rrdgl fn fntmnc an antrance n ntrance
trance tmnc Then Thtn he stopped topM and dropped droppeoff droppedoff <
off the box 1x and opened the door doorHay dor dor8y doorSay
Hay 8y said Rid tho opnf cabman cbmn youse two part partfor paeforthat
yue pm
It for forthat be beThe b that tht damage damge or gets le jugged Jugge Whfcbl WhfcblIt Whe Which I 11 11it
The Te i man mn said hed lick lck the whole par partldpled participied
tldpled tcpll police ple force tor sooner Iner than thn give giv up pr prtcpll upa upant i icent a acent
cent nt but the thelight sight of a blue uniform ufor behind behlnithe bhid bhidth behindtLi
the th cabman cbmn sobered so br the woman wom consider considernblr cider ciderAbly considera
Ably a
nblrOlve r Olve up George Oerge Mid she and the man maipaid mn mnpid manpaid
paid pid damage damge and faro The Te s driver drTer would woulitake wouldtake wouldtake
take them no further so e they boarded bre i iBridge a aDrdge aBridge
Bridge Drdge train trainPOLICEMAN trin trinPOICEUAN trainPOLICEMAN
POLICEMAN POICEUAN WITH A 4 WHIZ ON OffFonnd ONFound ONFound
Found a Lost Clock Cork and Conld oud Not Sa Sadan Sub Subtine
dan dUl Its II Alarm AlarmA Alam AlamA
A big automobile automohlo going up Fifth Fth avenue arenuat avnUe avnUeat avenueat
at 8 oclock ocock last night bumped bump over the cross crosstown crO crosstown
town tow car tracks track as Twentyeighth Tenteliht street strweso Itrt ItrtRO streethO
so hard har that list a big doublebarrel doubloburl patenlover paten ptnt ptntlovr patentlover
lover lovr eightday elgbay alarm alm dock cock fell rel off of o It ani anibegan ad adbgn and andbegan
began bgn to work overtime overtimePoliceman oortlmePolcm overtimePoliceman
Policeman Polcm Conboy picked It up It I still stllrang stillrang
rang ra Tho automobile automobie had whizzed whlu 01 01up on onup onup
up the avenue A crowd crwd attracted atracte by th thbuzzing the thobuulng thebussing
buzzing began bga to laugh when the theshowed t alarm alarmshowed
showed sho0 no sign sig of running down downtucked dow Cnby CnbytuckO Conboy Conboytucked
tucked tuckO the thing under his ha coat cat and ad i ifor started startedfor
for tho Tenderloin Tendorlol station stationAll staUonAl stationAll
All Al the way over the alarm kept ringing ringingand ringingand
and Conboys Cnboya face rac got redder reder aa and redder redderWhat raor raorWhat redderWhat
What are you you7 asked alke Sorgt Sr Colton Clton a athe at atthe atthe <
the station house bous One of these the over overworked overworkt overworked
worked workt twoplatoon cops who has to have havion havenn havean
on alarm clock cock to keep kop cp him awake on post postThon poeU poeUThon postThen
awao
Thon the alarm with a final fna spiteful spitefulwhir spitefulwhir plttul plttulwWr
whir ran down downOVr do doO downONE
ONE O F NOSTRIl l05TlI MADE TWO TWOOdd TO TOOdcl TWOOdd
Odd Operation OptaUon to Nave tho Ute of fr Eight EightYearOld EtshtrrOhl EIghtTearOlci
YearOld rrOhl hugh McAleenan McAleenanHugh MeAleenanhugh tcAleran tcAleran1ulh
Hugh 1ulh McAleenan McAleena the eightyearold eightyearoldgrandson elhtyrld elhtyrldgrandln eightyearoldgrandson
grandson grandln of Henry MoAle MeAleenan 1CAllna nan the th pawn pawnbroker pawnbroker ¬
broker was a successfully slclrully supplied lupplle with wih an anartificial annrtlnclBI anartificial
artificial nostril nOftrl on Saturday Sturday He le had only onlyono onlyono onlyone
ono nostril netrl before tror that thatThe thathe thatThe
The he operation opraton took tok place plac at tho boys boyshomo by boyshome I Ihomo
homo It was M performed rrorild by Dr William WilliamV
V 1 Bullman Dullan of 24S 48 Wont Welt 135th l3th street Itrt assisted assistedby altf assistedby
by b Dr Bheedy Rhe of the Post Graduate Orduate hoe HosThe 101 hoepits1
pll pits1 pits1The
The boy by was Wi born br with only one nostril noetriland nostrl nostrlnn1 nostriland
and has always experienced eprenod considerable considerabledifficulty cnldorhle cnldorhledifclty considerabledifliculty
difficulty difclty In breathing brathli Lately Ltely his hi health healthbegan healthbgan healthbegan
began bgan to fall rai at a a result Isult of his hil deformity deformityI deormity deormitynnd
and I nn t the A tr opration operation Avm t l vn was u deide decided ljkstrlusl tinin upon tn tnsave t to tosave
save saveTho s1 hIl his lo loTho life lifeThe upn
Tho Impeding Im lng cartilage crlare was removed removedclosed rmoved rmovedan removedan
an artlfd artificial l no nostril trllnr inserted and the woun wounclosd wound woundclosed
closed closd by sutures suturesRAD luturl luturln
RAD n FIRE CAUGHT CUJGlT IN TIME TIMEFireman TUIEFreman TIMEFireman
Fireman Freman Heard Jrad the names lamr Crackling CracklingDamage caJdtns caJdtnsfamISt Crachlinglamage
Damage famISt Only MBooo MBoooAssistant SOOOAssistant ao
Assistant ANltt Fireman Flrman John Hughes of Engine Egine EnginelSon
13 1 lSon on Wooster W Cter street strot stroethieaded headed hNded off o a fire fre In the thetovenntory tho1entor thesevenstory
tovenntory 1entor building buiding at 418415 4IaC West Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way last lat night before it gained galnl serious seriousheadway seriousheadway rloul rloulheadway
headway The crackling crackllnl of the flames flamesattracted flamesattracted
attracted atrcte his hi attention atention In I tho engine house housewhich hOII housewhich
which ing is I directly dlrtlT back bck of tha burned bured build building buid buidIng buildfire ¬
ingThe The he fire tre started tartP on the tht fourth floor for oo oocupled 0 oocupied
cupled by Tresdorfer Trdorrer A t Co C cornet crt manu manufacturers manurActur rnanufactUrtr ¬
cUJItd facturers rActur and spread lprad to tho lie fifth frh floor floorThe tor torhe floorTim
The he stock Itok of James JamN M 1 Fitzgerald Fltzglrald a paper papermanufacturer paperrnaiiufacturer
manufacturer mlnufacturr on the first ftt floor foor fioorwaa wan soaked soakedby soakedby papr paprmlnufacturr
by water Damage 15000 15000CHICAGO 50 50rlCAOO 5000hhICitGO
CHICAGO rlCAOO SKYSCRAPER rWnAEn FIRE FIREOfflee Fln Flnomlt FIhWomeN
omeN omlt In the thf SeventemBtorr ltmttm0tor Old Colony Colonynullillnc Color Colornnlllne ColonyBuilding
Building nnlllne Jutted GuttedCilicacio JuttedCniCAOO utl
CniCAOO CICAO March nrh 2 2Chicago Chicago CIICgo firemen firemenfought frlmln frlmlnrouht firemenfought
fought with wih fire lre seventeen 1enten stories lorle8 above abovetho abve abvetho abovelie
tho lie ground rouml tonlght A blaze which hlch started startedIn
In the th alrchaft lrlhnlt of the thl Old Colony Clony Building Buildingeating Buiding BuidingIwelt Buildin Buildinswept
Iwelt swept up the sh3f shaft to the roof cmmunt cmmuntcnllli commun communcittitig
eating to the wooden oden floors foor of the offices officesadjoining oca ocaadjoinIng omceaadjoining
adjoining cnllli the thl shaft 8hnr on fn every eveI floor Oor Nearly Nearlyevery Nearlyevery tnrly tnrlyer
every office ofco in thn tlt he skyscraper Akfrpr was wal flooded floodedTho foodo floodedThe
The ho er entire damage d3majo by b flr fff firs and water Is Isestimated Isrslmale isestimated
estimated rslmale at loss than 1100000 1100000Xeiv 1100 1100SI 1100000tfl
Xeiv SI tfl Record nfcorcl From rfm Yokohama to Honolulu HonoluluHONOLULU IInnolnluUONOLtU honoluluUoNotULV
HONOLULU UONOLtU Feb 24 4 via a San Bn Francisco FranciscoMarch FancRo FranciscoMarch
March uch 2 2To 2The Tho steamer tamtr Coptic Cpto has broken brokentho brkrn brkrnth brokenthe
the th record rr between hetwtn Yokohama Yokoham and ad Hone Honolulu Honelulu ¬
lulu making the thf trip tip In 9 I days 3 hours hoursand hour hoursand
and 17 1 minutes minutesllirnrtfi rnu minutesliurntts rl
rlItoU
llirnrtfi ItoU Vanilla VanillaU ianllla10cr 0110 0110L
U suMincte L u pure pur IUeU Dont Dl AH lei t your > our gtyctr T r work wr off 01 a au ebeaa ebeaasuMincte
FLOOD AFTER AFER FIRE FIREPaterson FIREI FIREPat FIREPaterson
I
Paterson Pat son Now Threatened Threatenedby Threatee
by an Inundation InundationDYNAMITE Iundaton IundatonDYNAMITE
I
DYNAMITE TO AVERT AVER A FLOOD FLOODFloods FLOD FLODFods 4 4Floods
Floods Fods Elsewhere Eewhere Railroad RailroadTraffic Rird RirdT RailroiTraffic
Traffic T rafe Stopped StoppedPawengcn Stopd Stopdarnm StoppedPassengers
Passengers arnm Taken Tkrn by float From Fom the th Em Empire E Empire ¬
pire plr Stale KxprcMMany tprrs lln Sllll Stand Standins Blad BladIns Standlag
ins idle Iltr Twenty In PatrnonOOO PatrnonOOOFamilies htrsonG Patrrson000FamIlies
Families tamlH and About Abot lOOO 10 Persons PersonsIn Pron PronII
In II That Tat City nt Driven lrhen From FroniTheir Their Tlelr Homes HomesMill 10m 10ml homesitlil
Mill l It lie le Forced Forl Now to Appeal Appealfor ApLn1 ApLn1for Appealfor
for AidMayor AIM Isor HlnelillrTe Inehtle In il Cuba CubaMarchs Cba CbaMarcha I IMarchs
Marchs wild wid weather weathlr has brought de destruction d dtructlon dostruction ¬
struction along tho ho courses CUt of many may rivers riversThe rlfl riversThe
The Te melted mlt snow raised rl the water In aetna somscases s1 aetnacases
cases C beyond byond all al previous prlou records rcrdl Par Particularly Pr Prtclarly Particularly ¬
ticularly tclarly was aa this tho case c In the Passaic Paasaloat P8lo P8loat 111 111at
at Peterson Patern The To swollen awolen streams Bt81 also alsoInterfered alo aloInterrer f finterfered
Interfered Interrer with Ith railroad rnlroad travel both bh1 In Inthis I Ithis
this thI State New Jersey Jo y and ad hi I Pennsyl Pennsylvnnla Pennyl Pennylla Pennaylvania
vnnla la From Schenectady ShenecadT as a for west westas westas t tA
as A Syracuse Byracl the Central Cntml railroad raird was W8 forced forcedto ror
to uso U tho West W0t Shore tracks trackl and ad from fromAlbany rromAlbT fromAlbany
Albany AlbT to Hudson Judn It had hd to use u the t Boston Bostonand Bostonand to
and Id Albany Alby tracks Many of Pennsyl Pennsyllives P Penniylyardss nnal nnalals
yardss als ml mills are standing Idle and my mylv many t tlives
lives lv were wor lost lot in that State StateIn Sl4teIn p
In the he middle of Saturday SturdaT night nigh the Em Empire Empi Empire ¬
pire pi State Express Ezpn8 which should have been beenhero bn bnher I Ihere
hero her at 10 oclock oclok P M 1 ran into four or orfive orfvo orfive
five fvo feet ret of ice 10 and water near ne Castleton CastletonJust Ctlton Castletonjust
Just below blow Albany AlbaT and ad stuck Iluck there ther The Thapassengers 1hepngl Thepassengers
passengers pngl stood id on the seats Nl to keep their theirfeet theirret 1 4 4feet
feet ret dry dr Rowboats How bat took them thm off of the thatrain th therain
train tran and wagons wagns hauled them to Chatham Chathamwhere Catha Chatliaznwhere
where whr there ther was a dry railroad railroadTho rlr liii liiiTho
Tho To Montreal Montrl Express Epr from New York Yorkand Yorkand Iit Iitand
and the te Buffalo Dutao Express Epl which whl followed folow it itwere Itwer Itwere
were wer stalled staled in I the same so pool pl of ice 10 and andwater ad adwater andwater
water I IPATERSONS
PATERSOXS IATElSOlS NEW 1EW PERIL PFlIL PERILChance 1 1Chance 1Clnee
Chance That t PMialoi ruaos Torrent Might MightFlow Mll I IFlow
Flow Fo Down Do Cpon Cpo the te City CityFlood Ctr CtrFo City1ood
Flood Fo has h followed tollO fire f hi I Paterson Patrn and andIt andIt I Iit
It 1s I a question queUon of UM t citizens ctl nl of that tht ill illfated 1 illfated
fated town as to which whc has worked worke tho thogreater thogrtr thegreter
greater grtr hardship hl p the t 18000000 10 8000000 fire f of three threeweeks th f fweeks
weeks ek ago yesterday Nteray or the t overflowing ovrowlg of ofthe ntthe ofthe
the Pamalo River Rvr illverwhlch which wh reached rah ito It climax climaxapparently clax claxappntT cliniaapparently
apparently appntT yesterday yray afternoon atron The flr flrdestroyed f fire firedestroyed
destroyed det the t banks ba the churches chur the t big bigtore bleIrl 1 1stores
Irl stores tore hi which wb the te people popl spent ent their t money moneyand mone monead moneyand
and ad which whc gave gv the t town tw 1U It air a of pros prosperity p ¬ I Iperity
perity prty The flood has b seriously eoy damaged damagedand d I Iind
and ad in I several ler Instance In put pt out out of o bunt buntneM b bustfleas l ln
fleas n t lot or av several weeks yOU to t come omo the t Vfry Vfrylu very veryeouroea It Itsoura
eouroea lu a of the t town towns prosperity prt the t big bigmills bigmii L Ltullli
mills mii along aone the t river rr bank b In I which wh the thepeople t 4j 4jpeople
people earned their I INdUveawerelotintheflre
pple ee thei money moneyNo mney mneyUv
No NdUveawerelotintheflre lives Uv were lost lot in I the t flre f There T Tberewere Tbereweretwo were weretwo wro wrotwo
two lost 10t In I the t flood 10 yesterday yry Henry HenryRichards lenl Henryfliobards
Richards Roh a carpenter cntr was drowned dwe while whiletrying whle whletlig whiletrying
tlig trying to t save Bn a family faUT from a flooded foe tat factory fac tattory ¬
tory tor The T body by of another aothor man m was wa teen teenbeing seenbeing n nbig
being big carried c down dow the te stream ta turning turningover trnig trnigover turningoerandoverintheourrent
over oerandoverintheourrent and ad over hi the current ornt The fire fr fireruade made I I
100 10 families ramiel homeless homelel The flood rd has driven drven drventl
001 tl families raes to t charity charty for shelter shelterThat shelterThat heltr heltrTat
That Tat was wa the state stt of aflVra arr late yester yesterday YOtr yesterday ¬
day dy afternoon artrnon when whe the watchers watcher at the thedam thedarn I Ida
dam da and ad at the gates gat to the 10 mlllrace mirac above abovePassalo abve abvePuo abovePassalo
Passalo Puo Falls Fals reported rpr that tho water had hadstepped hadstpp I Istep
stepped step rising rlg But men were on duty dutyall dutya dutyall
all stpp a night ready rdy at an Instants Inltats signal sign to todeatroy todestroy I
destroy dety with dynamite d1amlte a thirtyfoot thlryrot ledgs ledgsof leg legot ledgaof
II IIb
of trap tp rock rok hi I order orer that tht the waters water might mightbe mightbe
be b diverted dlvrto from the tle race rao If necessary necessaryto nery neryto necessarytosaveaiargepartofthotownfromde
to tosaveaiargepartofthotownfromde tosaveaiargepartofthotownfromdestniction save v a Urge lge part prt of the town tw from de destruction dt ¬
struction stcton This Tla ledge of rock rok runs run at right rightangles rgM rgMangle rightangles
angles angle to tho river just above abv PaasaJo PaasaJoFalla PasaaioFails
Fails Fals The street stret that tbt runs run along aong on top topof tp topof f
of It Spruce Bpruo street trt comes cme up from frm the thecomparatively thecomparatively
comparatively cmparltlTely low part pa of the town by bythe bythe bythe
the Rogers Rg Locomotive Lmotve Works and U I I car carried o oartied ¬ I Ired I
tied red over OYfr the river on the falls rail bridge bridgeIt brdc I II iIt
It I Is the principal prncpal thoroughfare thorougha of the thesightseers th I i isightseers J Jelghtor
sightseers elghtor who go up to falls tal bridge brdg and andohaam ad adoham andchasm
chasm oham bridge brdge to see s the fall rai Running Runningalong Runn Runningalong ig igaonl
along aonl the south side Ido of Spruce Bpruc street strt 1s 1sthe I isthe
the mlllrace mlrao through which whIc a diverted divertedstream dvr divertedstream
stream Btram from tho river rvr U I carried cre dawn dawnInto dGwnInto dawnInto
Into the River Rr street Itrt mill m1 district ditrct to furnish furnishpower rurl furnishpower
power fr On tho other sldo of Spruce Bpruc street streetIs stt sttI
Is pw I the basin bl thirty thiry feet below blow at the foot footof rootot footof
of a sheer sher wall wal of trap trp rock rk on top tp of ofwhich orwhc ofwhich
which whc the th street strt is I built builtAt buit buitAt builtAt
At a point pint about lbut 400 00 feet rrt beyond byond where wherethe wbae wbaethe wherethe
the race rc begins bgn and 100 10 feat beyond byond the thedam thedamtherlTrt thedarathe
dam damtherlTrt darathe the river takes kelhapturn n sharp turn to tothe the south southalmost southalmost uth uthalmost
almost doubling on ks I course rUr and then thenplunges thenplunloa thenplunges
plunges down dow Into the basin bln over Otr the wall wallof wal walor waliof mrn
of rock rok opposite oppsite the Spruce Spruc street etret ledge ledgaThe Ilg ledgeThe
The Te Spruce Spruc street str t ledge and the ledge lel over overwhich onrwhich overwhich
which the be river re tumble form the he two rides ridesof ridesof Ide Ideor m
of the chasm ohnm Between Dtwen thorn are ao the therapids therapids therapids
rapids and beyond brond thorn the river rlTr widens widensout wdenl wdenlout widensout
out in It I its course CUI along aonl the city cty boundary boundaryThe buday budayThe
the street streetledge streetlede
The scheme to dynamite d1nmle Spruce tet tetlede
lede iras a for the main mn purpose pups of diverting divertingthe diveing diveingtbe
the water wate from the mlllrace m1race should ahoud the theraoo thetac theTaco
Taco tac gate gate give way and sending sding it down downInto dw I Iinto
Into the basin bln lv forming a rooond ond waterfall waterfalland watefal waterfalland
and incidentally IncldentalT for the purpose purps of re relieving reo reolelng rolievlng ¬
lieving lelng the prowure Jlroure on the dam above abve the thefalls thelalla thefalls
falls
fallsPreparation Preparations Prepration were wer nude me for blowing up upthe upthe upthe
the lodge lere early in the day after ater a conference conferencebetween onferenc I Ibetween
between btwen AldermanBrogan AdermDra ddermanflroganthoacting tho tbeaclng acting Mayor MayorAldorman MayorAlderman a10r a10rAdornl
Alderman Adornl Johnson Jobnn Street Strot Superintendent SuperintendentBrett Superntendeot SuperntendeotDftt
Brett Dftt Superintendent 8upr ndent E LB Gardiner Oarlner of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the East Et Jersey Jery Water atr Company Cmpany and En Engineer E Enginoor ¬
Waldo Smith of that
gineer gier company companyThe cmpay cmpayTe companyThe
The Te officials omclas met on top of Morris Iorr Mona 1lou Monaala Mountain ¬
ala ju just t beyond byond the te chasm cham bridge brdae from fromwhich trm trmwhloh fromwhich
which they teT could cud see e th the dam falls ral the therapids therpid therapids
rapids rpid and the beginning bglnnln < of the raceway raoswayThe racway racwayThe racewayThe
The water walr on top of th the dam bad then thenrisen thenr8n thenrisen
risen r8n ovor six Ix feet ret above abve the te normal norma level leveland 10TI 10TIand I Iand
and was Wa still tl rising rlng Nothing Nothln could cud be bedone b bedone
done to save lne the citys city river rer front trlt then thenBut ten tenDul thenHut
But tho he greater lrter danger dacr to the town WM w in inthe Inthe Intie
the tie race rac If I the great grat timber timbr gates gate which whichregulate whlobreglate whichregulate
regulate reglate the te flow fow of thin tbf river rer Into Ito the mill millrace mi 1 1taos
race rc should give 11 way under the terriflo terriflopreMurn trfo trfoptur terriflopressure
pressure ptur of the water back bck of them the theartificial te teartfca theartificial
artificial artfca waterway watery built buit for Industrial Industrialpurposes Indurial IndurialPUrl industrialpurposes
purposes PUrl would become me a river Itself Itl with withno wllhno withno
no natural natual bed b and ad no banks bnk lo t check It Itfrom Itrrm itfrom
from rrm overflowing uvrowC the city ctT It was to t avoid aroldthat ayld ayldthat avoidthat
that catastrophe cttrphe that the men me decided deide kt kttheir t ttheir ttheir
their hilltop h1top conference onrernc to use U the dyes dynamite dra dramit dyessuite ¬
mite mit in a possible pslble contingency contnKDY Supt BuptOa Gar Gardiner Oardiner ¬
diner dier took tk charge chre of the work Eight Eb holes holeseach hols holslac boiseeach
each lac 12 feet ret deep dep and 2 inches Inche in I diameter diameterTh diet
Th l WOJWT OOUXI can t run artlk
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