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PENNEL BOUGHT A REVOLVER REVOLVERIT
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tolloA rollew A rrrvlew rri1o Plrtol 1IItollturthue 1IItollturthuerrALO IMrchue IMrchueBrrfAto Iurchisei
1 i BrrfAto March 2IIAithur Arthur R Pennell Pennellboucht Pennenbou PennellI
I bought bou ht a rfiTolvwr at the u Main street utore utoreof IItoreof sto stoof
of V Walbrldget albrldge A G Co on the morning of IMday cithyFeh IMdayFell ride1i
i Fell 37 21witbla within two tw noun h Iwe ura after rter the din dincovory d dCOOI7 dtsI
I covory of BurdJoka ded body and nd before beforetlu beforeI
I tilt > news of tho murder hod boon mado madopuhllo madoIIlIhllo macto1IItIIC
puhllo Peno PenD4lU ll wa u an old customer ultomer at atMrilbridgee ntlbrtdplI atfldbrfdge
Mrilbridgee lbrtdplI and nd Utajra th Ll y J u one of tho thon thoMqIIA thtiJ
J n MqIIA > AKa why hy the poUoe polioetIo HPhJi > 4rn n nIhe Ji Jitlie
tlie gala J until today toda E W Fox who wholias whobaa
baa charg om of the eportlug good depart department depnrtment departntentzdtwadothea1atoldTiist4rs ¬
ment ntentzdtwadothea1atoldTiist4rs ntentzdtwadothea1atoldTiist4rseorrponnL and who made the Mle told TUB 111 HrM HrMcorrwpondent Hrlfcorreapondent
corrwpondent thla afternoon that he had hadnot badnot hadnot
not rotated the Incident because e until now nowho nowhe nowhe
he did dldllOteoDll1d not otcinid4er consider 1 It very important The Therevolver Therevolver Therewover
revolver rewover harlag been bought after lbnmrder th thmurder lhe lheIIIUrdCll
murder be said almoat dUmiMed from liU liUmind Iliatnlndany hi himind
mind tnlndany any connection it might mI ht liavo with withtho withthe Itb Itbthe
the crime crimeMr crimeMr eritneMr
Mr Fox waa yai well acquainted with wlthPenne1l wlthPenne1lbl1inc Pennell Pennellhaving Pennellha1ng
having MIld old him golf rick and other port aporting lportIng portIng
Ing stuff About a smonth ax month > nth before the mur murder murtier mur4Ier ¬
tier he Bold a revolver to Pea It wa waII was wasa
II Smith Weapon of J3 calibre and coet coetStl coetIII
Stl 11 Pennell said that 0II1II so oa one bad broken brokeni brokeninto
i into nto hi Ida haboue hoxue asd aadstoltn stolen his hlsrevoiverand revolver and that thatIra thatho
Ira liked to have baveone one on band Pennell PennellDeemed Pennellwemed PenneliIQemed
Deemed agitated when w n be bought the re revolver re revoher revolver ¬
volver on the morning after af r the murder murderIt I IIt
It was between 9 and II oclock when ben lie lieentered 10entflOd beentered
entered the store by way w of the Pearl ar1 street streetenttsn irtreotentranoe treetpnttanoe
entranoe entranoelive pnttanoeOiTe enttsnflive
live me mea a cheap revolver he Mid to toFox toox toFox
Fox ox who brought out an Iver tt Johnson Johnsonpattern Johnoiipattern
1 pattern > also of 82 calibre calibrePennell oalibrePennell calibrePanuefl
Pennell paid 1 id S3 3 for the weapon put it itin ItSn ILIn
in hla pocket and went away WiLlie le waiting waitingfor 1Ialt1n 1Ialt1nror waitingmr
for th the clerk to wrap up the reTolver he hewalked helrvoualy hewalked
walked nervously up and dCwn down Foxnoticed Fox Foxnoticed Foxnoticed
noticed this l and after Ponnelliii PonnoU departure doiarturehe departureie
he remarked to another clerk of thc name nameof nameof nameof
of Edmundathat F Pennell bad acted btrangely btrangelynd bt ly lyADd
ADd nd that he wemed 1ICe to be In a great hurry hurryPennell hurrrPennell hurryPcnncli
Pennell never told the police or till Dis District 1 1itrict 1 1trict ¬
trict Attorney Attornybout about buying thl this revolver revolverfie Uoer Uoertie revolverHe
fie told them t hat when ha came < down downtown dottown downtown
town ci on the morning mornIn fifter Art er tho murder he hewent heto hewent
went to the be Hotel IroquolA and wan wa ihavexl ihavexlThen W4fdrben Mvedrhen
Then he wont to Ida office in the AuHtiu AuHtiuUullding AUItiuIJulldtng AutluIufld4ng
Uullding and at about noon took a acar troller trollercor trollflYcar
car to an automobile factory at Block BlockHock BlackRock lack lackUook
Hock Thero he nald he talked about aboutHome aboutt40me aboutsome
Home repairs that were ere to be made to bbs hlimachine hi himachlne bbsmachine
machine Undoubtedly that WOK true trueWhile tmlhile truesVhI1e
While hile at the factor factory hn tnlepltoned to hi hiwife his hiliwifo hiswife
wife that he was going to Niagara 1agam Fnll Fnlland rAIIIIand Pathsand
and asked her to follow him raying thathe that thathe thathe
he would like to have her view 11 the be too bridgebefore bridge orldgeforo bridgebefore
before foro the thaw demolished It Mr Pen Pennell 1 l1ennell > 0 0lIell ¬
nell accepted OOeJ > Uod tho fcuggMtlon and went tnl totagaia to tothe 10llIItar
llIItar Falls by train white Pellllell took tooktbe tookttip
the that runs by the automobile
factory
t Before leaving IaaY la Buffalo Mm Penne Pennebought Pennlllbought Pennelbought
bought first editions of the evening paperand paper papenAnd paperand
and these contained meagre 1D0II 11 accounts o oto of ofJwn oF
Jwn rcuaJM rcuaJMarabout1tilc1oelil
F arabout1tilc1oelil me1l101rdnR And up upto
to that time uo mention had bison i iby made madeby mna mnaj
j by the police or any an onecirso one clue of ortbe the roll rotahong relation ¬
1 hong between Burdiok IkIrdl k and Pennell PennellThe Pennellfhe PannellThe
The first editions referred chiefly to thRUflpidon th tbe tbeu thssuispidon <
RUflpidon u plclon that Burdlck had entertained e i iwoman i iwoman a aWoman
woman visitor vis toT lato at night nl without th thknowledge tbe tbeknowledge lbsknowledge
knowledge of hi bi household and that thome th the thecrime thscrIno
crime was committed by t tLi IIA woman or orII oi oisome
some person who J1a ftmad had d followed follow d her to th thBurdlck the theBurdiCk thiBurdick
II BurdiCk bouts houPcnn houOl8 houOl8PLJUWIU boutsPcnn1I
Pcnn PLJUWIU U aw w the th these early earl xiy reports re a soon a ahe III IIIhe as ashe
he met hi blII wife at Niagara Falls He tol tolthe told toldthe bkthepoUce
the thepoUce police that that wa wu hi his first rt knowledg knowledgof
of tho kiWn kfWng of Burdick The late editions editionsof edittonsof
of the venlg neiJin paper did not mention mentloPennelT mentionPeMeU mentlorPennoti
PennelT name but said that the polk polkwould police policewould pollcswould
would seek out th the corespondent named I IBurdick In Inuntlck it itflurdkk
Burdick divorce suit and M whether hicould h hcould be becould
could enlighten them themlate themIt themIt
It i not known wheth8r whetherPennefl PenneDw saw th thests thestslate
late editions before h he returned to Buffalo BuffaloH
H did not return until 810 oclock In UM UMevening ther thevening
r evening nJQI and at t U oclock tb the District At Attomey AIlome Allomey
tomey lome and live detective were with him imirtin himIn
1 in the parlor of hi his horn hornTbnr hamThey
They remained with him for two hour hourand bouf1lnf hourmand
and nf lbs examination WM wa rigid Pennell Pennellwa PenneUwu
wa 1 wu nervous during du ng th 1be Interview but con conMetering roDIdorin eon54tetiflg
Metering Idorin hU reUTona with the Burdlcki Burdlckidie Rurdlekshe urdlcLI
die I agllailon wa was not remarkable r Hi Hitold Thiisl4
told 1 an apparently straightforward ra1ht forwrd story slorydoclaringthat 111 storyrbsciarfng ory orylfOClrinl
doclaringthat lfOClrinl I hat h he did not g 0 out 01 of hUhoust hUhoustilm him llOu llOuI houSitu
Situ I night nl t before HI lite wire and hi ilia Mmuit MmuitUzxl NnAlIJJ aervvs11zz1
Uzxl JJ Je ftomanee were questioned q tlj loned M reps IoPparalItnd repsraIsynd > pa paraiclyand <
raiclyand Ixxh sakl Id that Mt they tbel11eN were very vrjrwriAin veryeraIn 1 1Inaln I
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ST PAUL PAYr Minn MlnnMarcb March 28There In Inovery VIoery Iaeery
overy reason to believe beli vus that Jamw J flitbaa Hill Hillnan runhM
nan hM directed the general managers of the theNorthern theNorth theNorthern
Northern North m Pacific and Great Northern and andthe andtill andthe
the Burlington companIes to resist to tlio tlioend thoend tim timend
end the demand of th the train and engine enginemen ongllllmen enginemon
men of the three syatemsfor systems for either doublepay double doublepay doublttpny
pay on doubleleader train or elm their theirtotal theirtoud theirtotal
total abandonment IT thi lids hould prove proveto proeto
to be the t o truth a great lIIt labor mule lit in inalgist In Insight InsI
sight sightTtio sI algistThe bt >
The road will be the first flrll t to fight tha thademand thademanda thademandaof
demand demandaof of the trainmen who have thus thusfar tbusfar thusfar
far been suocMnfid 8uoCMllf auceeswi rI l In all their negotia negotiations rwgotladOM negotlations ¬
tions with railroads west of Urn MMi MMitdppl MIMlHI MIeaisrlppl
tdppl HI JPI The flrut move IH seen n In the th manner mannerIn mnnn mannerin r rIn
In which time > Northern Pacific I Is dealing dealingII dCallngwith dealingwttlm
with II At AtTien thl VImm commjttre tl6 rep reprcssentlumg ntll1lt the train trainJ1Iln reinJ
Tien onHRBB8r onHRBB8rUp 011S
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Up to the present time there have b e boon boontwo entwo beentwo >
two conferencea confcr but the trainmen havn havnreceived ha harlJC havrirecthed
received rlJC wd information that the company companyin
in no not Inclined to moot their demand on ontha ontbe onthe
the youhlbtlLdlnJpropotlltloli doulJeh adlng proportion It Jtla U Mid Midto II a1dto d dto
to amount to a flat refusal although It Id Idnot IIInot isnot
not oouched In thoxn tho term termNo tIrmJIlo termsq
No q further oonferrocM haw Jla lI been ar arranged are areranied aringed ¬
ranged and the tta officer officer of the Trainmens Trainmensunions TralomelllIunions TrainmensunIons
unions have returned to Chicago Chicagooux ChlanioeUIl OicagoOUR
OUR CONSUL CO 8rL APOLOOIZES APOLOOIZESKspHini APOLOOIUSElI APOWOiZISFirpliMna
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KspHini ElI t te Saxon sxon Premier About bout theletter the theletter h hletter
letter t Dentist OBrtan OBrtan3ctaJ x xJtttM
JtttM 3 1IJ cnUt Ca Dufctcii to Tn ICC Bus BusDBESDEK 8e 8eDBUDIDI 8t5Deunajr
DBESDEK March 38 SThe The DrefdnerJour DrefdnerJournof
hal My that Charles Ij I Cole ole the United UnitedStates UnitedItatea UnItedStates
States Consul here war aikod a kod by the thePremier timePremier he hePremier
Premier of Saxony Suon for an explanation al ala sita
a telegram l IfIIIR from rom New ew York which appeared appearedin
in the Berlin ncwKpapeni rooordlpg on oninterview IUI1ntcnIew anInterview
interview with L I A OBrian who bOA ho n Mid Midto BAldto saidtt
to tt have boon expelled from torn Saxony in n connection con connection oonnectlon ¬
nection with the ftcandal about Urn tJlldormer tJlldormerCrown former formerCrown formercrown
Crown Princess Louis LouisThe LoulllJbe LouieThe
The telegram te iram represents OBrlan as bay havItig baying 1m 1mproehlOPd
Itig produced an open letter from Mr Cote Coteaddremed Voleddtiwied le leaddllN8d
addremed To all U whom it may oonwrn oonwrnin osiiosrnIn
in which hlch the counsel eounllllItated Mated that DrOBrlanhad DrOBrlan DrOBrianhad
had been a victim v ctlm and nd guff sufferer arc r from ca calumny calwnny cabunny ¬
bunny and th the arbitrary ruling or a kingdom king kingdom kinKdom ¬
dom domThe The Drttrfnrr Journal tales that Mr Cole Colela ColeIn ColeIn
In an interview with the ho Prim Minister Ministeradmitted MinIsteradmitted llnI8teradmitted
admitted that at OBrian request and to tohelp toIlclp toJiclphlmlnAmericahehad
JiclphlmlnAmericahehad help him In America he had given the dentist dentistthe dentiRtthe dentistthe
the certificate but that In doing dolngso M 110 > he had hadabsolutely hadabIolutely hadabsolutely
absolutely no intention of charging ehl rglngthe rglngthexonOovlrnment the theBaxon theSaxon
Saxon xonOovlrnment Government with having ha ng acted actedarbitrarily actedarbltraril actedarbitrarily
arbltrarilMr arbitrarily arbitrarilyMr
Mr Cole U I roprpwited au having ex expressed uprelVtd cxprenseci ¬
pressed deep d ep regret that ho had been drawn drawnInto drawnInto drawnInto
Into the matter matt r especially a as he subae subaenuently IUboequently mubrmeqUCntIT
nuently learned that tho Saxon Govern Government Ootrnment Governmont
ment had abundant ground for action actiontgolnat aotlonagnlnst actiongnlmt
tgolnat OBrifin In conclusion Mr Cole Colebagged ColeIxorgod Colebegged
bagged the t h Premier to rest aBunrod that t no noIdea noIdOO noklea
Idea of Insulting the Baxon Ion Government Governmenthad
had ever entered his mind
COP CO or AroiJOOIXES TO ACTOR ACTORAmte 4CTOBA 4CT01ZArrwted
Amte A HlMlr Iihialaia MftklEt dqik1 a Bk IIt II IIHe W1Wn W1WnDe 1wt 1wtII
II He HM 11 Get GettJairli Money lllY for a Me de GIrl OlrtAlfred GIrlAlfred GIrlAlfred
Alfred Blokman who play pta ye Vend Vendhypktn VondArpllf7 Vender VenderAppbn
hypktn Jettx I in Nancy Brown Drownat at th thBijou the theBiJou thiDijon
Bijou Theatre wa arrested yestorda yestordaafternoon yMterdaafternoon yeterda3afternoon
afternoon outside th the stage entrance o otho ot ottbc othotheatre
tho thotheatre theatre th tre for making a handbook on tb tbrace the therateII thuraces
rateIIlIickman race raceshickmans
raceHlckmans Hlckmans arrant waa a great surprise t thim to tobtm t thim
him The Th stage entrance ofjhe of Jhe Bljou ii isat iiat IIt
at t 6GB I Sixth avenue and an hour before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the matinee matin e began gan tb the actor actorJXrched perched him himself himIf himself ¬
self If on an Iron railing near the entranoe entranoeEvery ealranceE117 entrsnmEvery
Every man or woman who went to the thitag thelltage thrstage
stage tag door wa was buttonholed by the actorWhatever actor actorWhatever adorWhatever
Whatever h he Mid to them tll m induced cad cadone eachone endone
one to hand him money mon nickman madi madia madua ma maa
a note of each contributor contributorSeveral contributor8ea contributorSeveral
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wtth name when a rtocklly built man manwith manwith manwith
with reddish hair and mustache m 11CI an anproachrd ap approached p prroachCd
proachrd Illokman from a sheltering ahe1t i door doorway doorway doorway ¬
way He put hi his hand on the actor actor1abouldcr actorsaboulder actorlbouJder
abouldcr and nd Invited him to take a walk walkWhy walkWhy walkWby
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about Mid Hlrkman HlrkmanMl Hickman9ve leman
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Mid < the ti other Youre You a pretty nervy nervyguy ncn ncnto nervguy
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MKKT THE TUETnuNVFR TIMIVEXR TRAIME K CHJKP climpTrainmen CHJKPTralnmrn CIIII CIIIITnlnmraTwipe
Trainmen TnlnmraTwipe Twice Leave lilt III OBce In anExcIted an anExcited anExcited
Excited Frame or Mind Mtndll1eY They Wanted Wantedto
to NtrIKe Right Away AwrF1nU Finally Th 111Ak Itmey ItmeyAsl y yAik
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New hAVEN March 28 2There Threwu There wa was tich ticha ch cha
a serious division dll on of opinion today toda at the theconference theoonferenoo theconference
conference of the theTralnmenmmgrievanoe Trainmen grievance com committeo committ cornmIUeo
mitteo mitt eo and President John M Hall of theHaven the theNew tbeNClw
New Haven railroad that the member of ofthA ofIhl ofthe
the committee toft ift rt President Halls HaU offlon offlonin oftloIn ofilonin
in an excited frame t me of mind n nd and went in insearch Inll Insearch
search ll M ih of Valentine Flttpatrlck third vic vicproftldcnt vice VINproolcJlnt vicepreablent >
proftldcnt of the Iht national organization ot ofthe otthe ottle
the tralumpn tra1D n to tourge urge upon upndm him to order orderastrike ordera
astrike astrikeMr a strike strikeMr trlk trlkMr
Mr Fitzpatrick counselled the th men to pre present pr prMnttbrlr present ¬
Mnttbrlr sent their cam with more determination determinationand
and intimated that If he were able to pre 1emacnt present prellent ¬
sent their cone to the director committee committeebo
bo could win the he fight fightTho tightTile fIghtTine
Tile matter on which the conferencespilt conference conferenceepllt conreronoopUt
spilt pUt wait tho adoption of th the tenhour tenhourrunning tenhourrunning tenhourrunning
running time in place of the twelvehour twelvehournow
now In force forcePre President dent Hall pointed out outto outto outto
to the grievance grioanoecommlue committee that no rail railroad milroad railroad ¬
road in the country BO far an he knew knewllAd knewllAdndupted had hadadopted hadadopted
adopted any ouch time schedule sOiled tile The Therailroad Therailroad
railroad officials were wiping to compromise compromiseon
on that point with an elevenhour agree agreemont agree agreement a ree reement ¬
ment but the tI th employee stood out for the thetenhour thetenhour thetanhour
tenhour plan being encouraged ell in their theirdemands tbelrdemands theirdemands
demands by b Mr Fitzpatrick who wo was of ofthe orthe oftime
the opinion that he could show President PresidentHall Pt PlestdenitHall 4ldentHIIII
Hall that he was wrong In bin statement statementThe atatenmentsThe IItatemenlHToo
The committee of the tn employ employees then re retuniud reo reotunltd meturned
turned to President Hall 11 all demanding that the tlieroad th throad theroad
road officials give to them at t onoo an andlu andluwrl1lns and I in inwriting ItsWrIting
writing a statement of Just what they were werewilling werewiWng wetwILling
willing U to > concede Pre P President ldont Hall would wouldnot wouldnot wouldbet
not accept A fpt thin proposition propoltlonand and then thn thncommittee th thcommittee thscommittee
committee asked the president prel dent If he would wouldmeet wouldmeet wouldmeet
meet Mr FItzpatrick and dlitcuxa Ute matter matterwith matterwltb matterwith
with him in an attempt to come to soma somadetlnlto 1IOm8cJ somedefinite
definite cJ llnlte understanding The men Mid they theywere theywon thoyweN
were much disturbed d1 turbed at the delay delayof of arriving arrivingat
at anything like eatiefactory terms and kit kttiPresident wi wiPresloont kitPresident
President Hailtt HalI offloe om a aeoond time without withoutaecurlug withoutecurlug withoutsecurttsg
aecurlug any concessions concessionsAt concetl8on concetl8onAt
At that limo the men were anxious to tostrike tostrlket tostrike
strike strlket and determined to do no unices uniecsssometnIng unicesconference unleEltIOmetnlnl1IAIt
tIOmetnlnl1IAIt ssometnIng wais decIded at t the IlrtefPOOl1 IlrtefPOOl1conference aftenmonconferenco
conference to begin at 3 oclock odockJust odockJusthefo Just Justbefore luatbefore
before hefo re the hour to meet m et for the afternoon afternoontalk afternoonlalk afternoontalk
talk the th men received word from President PresidentHall PrellldentH11 PresidentRail
Hall that he h would meet theirrepresenta theirrepresentative ¬
tive Mr Fitzpatrick with the committee committeefrom committeefom committeefrom
from tho Trainmens Union at 9 oclock oclockon
on Monday morning The employee re reSarded regarded regarded
garded this a u a big concession on onPresi onPresideot Presi Presient Prealdent
dent Sarded ent Hair part and the afternoon con conference oonrerence confereno ¬
ference was 8 declared oft Up to this tlmo tlmotho Umotho tiuiothe
tho official of tho road have declined to tomeet torn tomeet
rn meet t any of the national ofBoeni declar dociarlog declaring declarIng ¬
ing positively poA pl that they would have noth nothing nothIng floUtbig ¬
ing to do with any men not in their employ employWhen employWlltn omptoyVIieri
When ovked tonight if the decision to toadmit 10admit totldtflit
admit Mr Fitzpatrick to their conferences confe confeWAIt conferencescans a awas
was not a cxjnceJon roll on on tile pan of the theroad theroad theroad1
road1 road President Pro Hall lIalllAld raid Mldby raidWhy
Why WbY by yes ee somewhat The men ankcd ankcdWM ked kedto
to have film come In and we e didnt ob obWu object objectsvaa
WM mob a step ever taken ken before beforeWell beforeWrll befnreWell
Well we dont often nave to meet nny nnyitch nnyIlob anysuch
itch We WIJe are willing to do
all 01110 In our power ftr to peace peaceaWr pecesblyaM
aWr blyDd < and 1 ifthta II Chill taov will wWp hlp along Io I tba tbalathe bai baindwhywearewilHngtornakott t tend
end ndwhywearewilHngtornakott why we antlrlHnc to make It ItIe
Ie 1 loIrF1txpatrick NJledln called In br tl the men menInthe merlnthe
lathe hopes that t at h he will wllllBUceeedln eucoeed in endlnpthis endin endinthis endInK endInKtWit
this oontroveivy
Ye Yr < The men want allt to have the thin thinnettled thIns th1naltlM thInsettId
nettled ltlM and they think thin will m hurry italong f falong It Itawni
along
A As to whether there would be a altrlke altrlkePretolrlen strikPresident strike strikePresident
President t Hall said saldrI IIaldI
I really dont know anything about i1 i1and It Itand itand
and cannot give any Information on that thascore thatIICOre thatscore
score only to ray M of bourne that I hopnot hop JIOpe JIOpenoC hopsnot
not There are wvcral vlnl matters that hav havbfn haTe haTedlJOCud baisisen
bfn dlxcusivd hut there Is nothing de deelded decldtd dccided
elded We Ve hate taken up on one thing afteanotlKr site artpranotllCr siteanother
another but the are nome I01 things on which whiclwn whichdot whkliwe
wn dont agree Brldo bettldo the question qualon of hour hou hoursSo
80 far dot an iknow I knw know there tl Is I no railroad rlr In th thcountry t trountry thcountry
country 8 that lion hlR a ncljcdule ItrUI of only lei tenhours leihour en enhor
hour hor for a days day work wor for trainmen trlnmrn W Whavn We WehaV Wehave
have haV about bout twelve twl hours houf but bt I think thik w wwould we wewould e ewould
would make thatckvrn that eleven e1n hour hOUf Of emir emirI c
I oanMell ean ttell ptclt what further furher oonccutlons onorlonll will wll b bmade be bemade bemade
made on eIther eltlr side sideCAPT sideCAPT Id IdCAn
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reputation fputtllln died dle at 1 I pre oclock ooOk yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon t In
afternoon ftrnOn In St Vinrmnta lnll Hospital JOpltal H HWM Itwas I <
WM w going horn ho from Ih dub one on onecold > Vr Vrcold pr prold
cold old nl nlcft night Klnlt ht about flv five weeks wk ago ao and n fron fronlh r rth roar roarth
th finger nie of on one hand while wblll trying trn to toprotect tl tlJtl tr trflfltNt
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days ih I the h operation WM I deemed dHmf unnut unnutMIV IMf unneces unnecessafy
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CbeeKi 0C and Other ohe Paper Pn Btelm olt by b bushnbbers Mall MallKabber 11
Kabber Robbn nbbers Found Fl by Put t efllee ell tee Men MenSpniNariBiJ Mr Mr8PUNDKJ MenSpnmnuriaiD
SpniNariBiJ 111 II March I 28 28Checks 28Checksdrafts sCekl sCekldrAabd Checks Checksdrafts
drafts drAabd and money orders one aggregating aggregatinglioc IPUn
1100000 1100 lioc were found fou today to by Post P Doe OffloeInspector om DoeInspector
Inspector wptr McLaughlin 11LuUn In a cornfield corfld two tworolled twomUM twomiles
rolled south of this tbL city ol They wertaken wertakenfrom wete wetefom were taken takenfrom
from fom two pouoheof puohe of moll tal on the theniht night ofMarch of ofMarch ofMroh
March Mroh 13 1110 The pouched poucbO were dellvkrtd dellvkrtdby dl r
by a Wabash Wbl night nght train and were wer Intended In Intended Intende ¬
tended tende for a midnight Chicagobound Chicagoboundtrain Chloiobu
train on the Alton AltonThe Altone Abortrhe
tran
The e robber rbbra whose wbo Identity ldnttyl U still tUl a amystery amYltery amystery
mystery mYltery stole the pouches puchN and ad nd rifled rife them themThe t themThe
Thelnton The inspectors were making mn a alrc March ae rch mnb mnbtoday wd wdtoy mdtoday
today come ce upon the contents con nll of the thepouchfes thepuchM tinepouchbu
pouchfes pouchbuTle pouchfesT puchM puchMTl
T Tl Tle > drafts d raf I tfaiok l l and motrorf motrorfwer tuonsswdrs tuonsswdrswere mon orders orderswere
wer were not defaced defa Whether th the th thieve thievesecured thav thavIr Wavesecured
Ir secured any a money baa h not nt been bH learned learnedAn IN
Al An Investigation ImMtgton of the th letters leltr ha 1 not notbeen no notbeen
bn been made madoVKII mot motI madeFEIJ
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Weary nery esry Hour HOlr In n a Cemetery CemcterPASSAIC Cfmcttr CemeteryPassazoN
PASSAIC PassazoN N J March Mrch M 211Im 2Thomas Tlioma Moore Mooreof Mre Mreof
of LOdI Lal N J Jnea near Passaic ru spent 8pn Hvral Hvralliouro svra svraliout vr
liouro In a grave this morning mornln He 1e 1en II wa wanot was wasriot
n not buried alive lve nelhnr nel hlr wa wu he there thereftiUlnely ther timersalUlngly
ftiUlnely llngly He is a musician mu lcla and played ple In Inxn Inan Int
t xn orchestra orehlr leaf I night at a ball bn In Pa 110 110On Passaic Passaicon Mlo MloOn
On th the way waybom wayhome home at a4 4 oclock ocl ho bethought bethoughthe Ihougbt Ihougbtlie tloUbt tloUbtbe
lie would nave time by bY1Ialknc walking through through3i thrugh
8 3i Peters rdorl Cemetery CelOory In Qarfield Oarfl In I the tliemiddle tr themiddle
middle of the t1 remeryWMan Cnleryan open opn ann gravnto greyInto annIo
Io Into which Moore Moor walkel Hte HI effons lonll to toge toe
ge 50 e out wore unavailing unaaing and nd finally fnaly he heleclded bedcldo heiecidei
dcldo leclded to rost and andmkethl make the ben b of bin binlit bi hisrituaion
al rituaion rituaionVlnon lit u Ion IonWhen lonWbon
When the careukor rrtlkor arrived h be found foundMoore foud foudMor found1oore
Mor Moore chilled chll and weary woa but bu otherwise otherwiselone oherwlle oherwllepODe
lone the worm wor for bin luprin luprinIILD > experience experienceIELD expsrlneeILLI
IILD IELD FOR STOCK SHlDLl0 SHlDLl0wo SHIDLIO
N wo 0 New N 4r York or CalWme ne MenramMltetf MenramMltetfbi
bi I Bo Ble Botten tn t A Await watt 1 Trial TrialBOTTOM Tl TlnTN ThatikttoN
BOTTOM nTN March Mah 28 28For For FortUmpUal attempting to tobtaln toobtn tombtaln
obtn btaln money mon under undr false fa pretno pn throughte through IhrulJ I
the he te St Marie Mae Copper Cppr Mining Mln Company Companylock Cmp Companystock I
Itoc lock John Ueilly Riy alias aJob John Adam Arand ArandW Adnsnd Adnsndw and andW I
W W Wilson Wln alias a Walter Walt B McBride MoBridewo Jo ride ridetwo i
two wo confidence eonfdenc men known kown the country countryivor onlr countrysvor
held In 11500 each for the Grand Grandlump Qrandury
over ivor were wtr bel 1 rb t Orn Ornour
lump ury today in the municipal court courtTlie or courtThe
our The men were arrested It on ohHndlY Monday by byloston b bBton bybaton
Bton baton police pol0 Inspectors In o Beilly Rly i I ii known knownn
to 0 n be b an old hotel bote beat and ad continence cnfM0 confidencerhoso man mantaper m
i In almost ro roalfl
rhoso h picure picture ao tvery every rogues roguespiliery
piliery Both are New York men 1n 1nP a aper
taper alfl per r known Bth M Tin Th DettfttK CHUrtHln In February FebruaryMK
P I MK there was 111 wa printed a picture of Wilson Wilsonillao WlbOnaliaJa WilsonLitaIr
illao McBride MoBridelUld and an account of his hi II lifo and andwlndllng ana anawlnllllng andwindling
wlndllng operations oparatlonsTo
To time with whom h he had dealing dealingVllson deallnvWilson dealingsJIiaon
Wilson said aid that he had an office In theooper the theJooper afI afIOooPfr
Jooper Building Denver Col and that thatB thatthe thathe
the he B Copper Coppercom company WM Incorporated Incorporatedider
under ider the law la of Wyoming with a oapta1St capital capitaltsooooo 04 tI tIof I
of St tsooooo Chief Inspector I tor Watta Wattacommunlc TM TMmmunlciteil pa paommunictted
communlc mmunlciteil ted with the Denver poI poliowho police 08 08who
who 10 have informed hIm that no such ue con conm oonoem conera
oem m as th tbe Copper ooMpaay ks iallnown iallnownIn Memm known knownn
In n that city
5tESFOR SUES FOR nRKACII IIRE4CIIOF OF PROMlR PROMlRns PliOJlIBrIn PROMIRFflM
In ns Vrtn m Formerly at > f MatM Island IslandAtki IslandAski llandAd
Atki SVaS Fri PNItp J IE E Martla MartlaOREKKWICH ll rttBORELf1Ilcn MaftiaOmrxrwmcn
OREKKWICH tOM March n 2II8berift 2II8beriftWllUam ltSherUiWilliam Sheril SherilWilliam
William E Rich today attachd attach aUa the body bodyof bod bodof bodyof
of John E Martin a young man of about
80 and placed him in the Oreenwld Oreenwldlockup O Oreenwiclockup wlch wlchlockup
lockup for safe keeping After an bout houlie hour hourhe boutlie
lie WM released on ball and left with hi hifather hlR hlRfai hifather
father fai er for lila l II home in l Lel Lebanon banon > near Nor Norwich Norwich or or1ch
wich wichMar 1chMartin 1ch Mar Martin in has been sued lied by Miss M Eva EvaVroom M MVroom MVroom
Vroom who auk 17AM 7000 1 damage for broaclof broacl bmaehof brenctnr
of nr protnlno Mis Vroom formerly resided rasidecl
a CaAIcron Conl Raeu Island bill h hI bybeen
l been > een a resident of Greenwich for somtime som IIOmotlmft somrtime
time timeMartin Martin U said to be a school principal prindpaand principalIInd principalrind
and MJM Mi Vroom a former school teacher teacherMartin tactlrMartin teacherMartin
Martin was taken Into custody this morning morn morning momInl
ing by Deputy J Sheriff Story of New Lon London London Lonton
don ton county and then along a1o with Lawyv LawyvT ytr ytrT
T J Kelly of Wlllimantlo calM horn a anoon atnoon at atnoon
noon Martin had a hearing In thnborougl thnborouglcourt th the borough homuhrourt boroughcourt
court on a civil charge preferred by Mb MbVroom HIMroom Ml Mlroon
Vroom room and nd WM released until next Hatur Haturday Hatud Haturday
day d A AA he h left th the court room Klwrit KlwritRltch KIIIrilfRllth IiurthRitch
Rltch attached his body bod in th the breach o opromise of ofmrnlllO ol olJroniso
promise mrnlllO suit suitMAY suitMAE
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BBBUN March M 28The Th oorrepond correlpoDdentof correspondent it itof
of Tax BuN la Iomolally I offloUlly informed that no nooommunlcatlon nocommunication nocommunIcation
communication ha hu been received from fromthe tromthe trainthe
the United State 8tat Government or or Baron Baronvon BaronYon BaronVon
von SternUurg the re German represents reprHefltathe r preentatlve
the at Washington Wuhlnlonln in regard to Admiral AdmiralDawey AdrulrlllDeweyll AdmiralDeweys
Dawey remark about tho thoOerman German Navy NavyIt
It U pointed out ut that no diplomatic stepcould step wtepaoould t pn pncould
could possibly poa lbl l he > e taken on the strength of ofa ofmere ofa
a mere newspaper report reportBorne reporle reportHome
Borne e of the German newspapers com comment oommentangrily cornsnent ¬
mentangrily ment angrily and nd others naroatloally on onthe onthe onthe
the interview with the Admiral The TheVotrbeAc 1118Vofrch TheVoiMichs
VotrbeAc Ztitvtp a popular organ laY wysth laYthe saysthe
the th American fleet is still tUI suffering lIulJMingrrom lIulJMingrromInlantlle from fromInfantile frominfantile
Infantile disease dl ell8t and the arrogance of itsleaders Its Itsleadara It Ithaders
leaders shows Inexpressible immature immatureoen immatureness
110111 ness
oenTho Tho paper professes profea iwtonUhment that thathe thatthe thattine
the he exalted measure mea ure of nelfconceit self conceit > which whichonly whichLa
La only not surprising in a SiDUth Ante rioan rioanpublic ricanrepublic rioanrepublic
republic public can exist in a pooplo I of t he Teu Teunio Teutol ieutonic
tol tonic nio o race raceTh mooThe raceThe
Th The VottitcHe ZeltMj ZeUs compares 00 o mpareS theDewey the theswey theDewey
Dewey swey interview and the Incident of oJ 0 the thecitation thereaitatJon therecitation
reaitatJon citation of an offensive olJen le poem by b Rear Reardmiral RearAdmiral BearAdmiral
Admiral Coghlan and recalls the fact that thatie thatthe thatthe
the ie Ut late President McKlnley expressed expressedil
blot il regret ret to the theOllmlan Gwnian Ambassador Ambassadorier
over the Ui latter episode TIle paper eon eoniludes oonc1udM eoneludes
eludes by declari ng II that It will bo necessary noceasarytow n necessaryflow ceMlLrynow
tow to do the same in order to calj ca1 off offdmiral oftAdmIral elfAdngral
AdmIral Deweys perfervid utterances utterancesi u
In i any cane it says political General Generaljd Oeneralaand Generalsand
and jd Admiral do not indicate a sound state stateif lltateof statof
of if Internal politic politicTlie poll politicThe tic tic11M
The Taglieht 1 glide Ruiultckau RU dlCMU Nationalist Nationalistvery YatlonallAtI
I R very vituperative It says that ilnoo ilnoohe 110cotbe slmncoIhe
tbe he American licked th the Spaniards their theireredltary theirhtoredllary theirnereditary
eredltary presumption ho baa developed Into Intohe Intothe Intobe
the he silliest megalomania megalomaniaAdmiral megalomaniaAdmiral pJomanl
Admiral Dewey who hM a capacity for forilg or orig
big ilg talking talkin even In America My says the theuiufucAav theRwidschav
Ru uiufucAav dtteAIJII lisa made the notable din dinjvery di diovery
jvery that the American fleet is bIggerhan bigger biggerban blrgertban
ban the three cruiser with which Germany Germanyhastiaed Ofrt1lyc OernianyhatIsed
c hastiaed Venezuela eP zuel He mistaken rn1 lack of ofnanner ofIDlUlnen ofnanners
nanner for courage courageThe courageThe courageThe
The Tagtblatl T gtbIat which U usually uwall friendly friendlyoward friendlytoward friendlyoward
oward America says that since th thIpanifhAmerioan the the8pan timelpanlshAmericn
8pan IpanifhAmerioan hAmerioan War it has often oft n had hadKaMon hadOCC4Ilon hadecardon
KaMon to point out that the American Americanjd Amorloa11lhad Americanaad
jd developed a certain ovtreatlmation of nfhemMlves oftbem ofhemaehee
tbem hemMlves el from a mllllary and nd naval stand standoint standpoint stando1nt
point oint especially from the latter ItterThe latterThe s sTh
Th The Nruettt Naehrickttn Nadrk a naval organ organimmsnts organoommo8 organomnrn
immsnts omnrn nta satirically on the he interview interviewimarking Intlmellremarlrln Interviewmsrklng
imarking that Admiral Dewey ls heartily heartilyeloome beartllyWeloome heartilywelcome
welcome to his idea Id of tho American Americanfavy AmerlomNJ Americanavya
NJ favy avya perfection perfectionIt
It I t is learned officially that the Kaisers Ealseralegram RalaerlIteIem Kaisersgram
teIem legram gram to President Pt t Roosevelt In regard regardi
t o i a TWt or ofthe the Worth Atlantic aquadrani squadron equadrontoOer
toOer o i Orraah water ut WM simply to tothedfNJt tothedfNJtcut th thecect thecectg effect
cut at if the Amrlo Amerlcn n Sleet came to European
traur tItII te h he would OUId be very ery glad If the th t
Would visit 11t Kiel Kf I This was conflrm conflrmtonight conftrmedtontght connrmec connrmectonight
tonight from rote other sources ource The fi fiqucnOy fre frequeotJy trequeutiy
qucnOy inspired Pot Po add that M the Id Idof kIor ide ideof
of rending th tha fleet to Europe hM b babandoned been beenabandoMdlt beerabandoned
abandoned abandoMdlt It naturally follows that t twarslilps the theWanhlp thewarships
warships will not n t appear at t Kiel T Tpaper The I11fIJlper Thepaper
paper My It is I a pity the American quadmi equadrnnwill squadrorwill quadmiwill
will not bo seen at Kiel M such uch a vi sleil sleilmould t twould It Itould
would ould b bfI full of lemon both to the visitor visitorand vlailonand visitorand
and the hostAOMIRil host boIIt4DVIRU hosts4PMIa4I
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WASHIKOTOV March > UPtlidnt Pmident Bom Bomvlt Itooseyesit ootoe ootoeflIt
flIt today tnod took cognizance of th Ihlnumw IhlnumwIn the Interview interviaIn InterviewIn
In which Admiral Dewey Oto WM quoted i iMyuig All All1AIJlIt a asayug
Myuig that th tine recent Weet Indian navn navnroaruruvres naval nIInlmntrUVrM navalmanrruVres
roaruruvres were er an object Iron On for tb tbGerman tbfl tbflCWrman tbGerman
German Emperor and that the AmericniNavy AmerIcAn AmerIcAnY AmericanNavy
Navy Y could defeat any German naval foro forothat fomethat forothat
that might Ixi I rent to li thU country countryAt
At the President invitation AdmiraDewey AdmiralIewey Admiral AdmiralDrWI7
Dewey calW at the tt White Wbl House Ho this thlafternoon thilta1tmoon thisafternoon
afternoon accompanied by b Cant pt William WllUtnR lllam lllamR
R Cowk the Presidents brotlierlnlaw brotlierlnlawnd
and nd made an n explanation of the be utlcrenoct utlcrenoctttriliuird uttcransttrliWed
ttriliuird to him himTh himThe 1m 1mTh
Th The lntrvlw between bft WHn th the President ant antth and andthe nd ndtb
th the Admiral was very satisfactory Th Thparted They Tberpartld Theyparted
parted on Ih tine bt of term and there I Ireason Li Lireason
reason to bellrv that no action will be taken takenxcopt tkCllJtlllt takenJt5t
xcopt that Ih U the President may make a perennui per perronal perronel
ennui IIIplantl xnln tlon tn < to Baron von 8trnburg 8trnburgIh
Ih be Gorman Minister which the latter will willof willof Will0t
of routes transmit to his hi Government GovernmentAdmiral UovsnvnmnlAdmIral n nAdmiral
Admiral Dewey 111 told tin is PrMld rldtonl nt ih ihwhll t ht thatwhile htwhl
while h be had not Intended lo My 1 anything anythlnjto I
to 0 th tbe Interviewer rvle that could I Is M > construed onntrumtntA mnatrucorlInln construedInte
tntA an uRtnc l by r tit tl the German Iinp I Emperor n ror m o oGovtmmnit fIOowmnIlIt or orflayrnunt
Govtmmnit h be dkl not raped ip ot hi bill offhand offliamrorantnt offhandcommnta I Intlo
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wh wiws o Ii I MW aV them In print printIt printIt I
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the he obj u objmrtksntris rtk kIM abl features f u of f tit tIll Interview Interviewlrrsted tmrv t tTrmiM
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CUBA UA ACCEPTS THE 2lI TREATY TREATYSenate TItE4TNenate nEAT nEATIJNIate
Senate at c Havana Approve th the Amen Amenmenu Ame Amenmeats cl clmenta
menu WlttMMt Change ChangeSfteiat baalSPlt14S Change3pctat
Sfteiat CM Dinttt t tD TUB T sex sexHATAMI SWHAYAA BVWHaVatia
HATAMI March ISAfter 28 After a debatewhich debate debatewhich debateloh
which loh lasted four hours hou 4h the Senate at atten atten atten
ten minutes after her 8 8001ock oclock tonight ap approved approved p pproved ¬
proved the th amendment made madoby by the United UnitedState UnitedStats
81 State Senate to the reciprocity treaty treat by bya byvote
a vote of 11 1 to 0 without any an stipulation stipulationM
M to th thet1me the Urn when the treaty should be beadopted beadopted beadopted
adopted by the American House of Repre Representative RepreMlIta1eI Bmpreentsthes ¬
sentative MlIta1eIUPTONS sentativeLIPTOXS entsthesUPTONS
UPTONS CUAVFFEVR FINED FINEDHan FINEDRan FINEDMan
Han Machine Fan t t to crt et Sir 1r Thomst T omal t tHeutharaptOR te tetJthaptoa IMouthampton
HeutharaptOR HeutharaptORWctol MouthamptonUpctai tJthaptoafpft14S
Wctol Cow abi Dtijwrft 19 Tarn IJI SCK SCKLoHDOM fltlLoIfDOK ScsILoKDox
LoHDOM March 18 lS8lr Sir Thomas Liptons Lip Uptons LiptonlI
tons cliauffeur WM fined In Westminsterpolios Westminster WetltJllnstorpolice Westntnstorpolio
police court cou cou4 today to 1ay < for furious furio driving drivingrecently drtvlngreoentlatWorthlng drivingrecently
recently reoentlatWorthlng at Worthing Sir Thomas Lip LipIon Lipton
Ion who wan aboard the car at the time timeexplained tlmoexplained timexpalned
explained that he WM hurrying towardSoutmampthn toward towardBouthampt6n towardBoutlampt
Bouthampt6n SoutmampthnPRETLNDEI Bouthampt6nPRETEXDEK n nPRFTE
PRETEXDEK PRFTE DEB CAPTURES FEZ FEZlaIn fA1 fA1tlalns IEZGln
tlalns laIn a VltUry Over 0 the Milan ofMorocco of orItloroeco ofMorocco
MoroccospcsS Morocco MoroccoAjMtUi ItloroecoIIIf
AjMtUi IIIf cattt 11111 DutMlth 10 tax SUN SCKFARM SUNPAIUI ScsIPAaII
FARM March 28 lSA A private telegram telegramreceived tel telegramreceived gram gramreoeIod
received here thl this evening report porIA that thattba thatthe thatthe
the Moorish pretender has entered Fez FezThe FezThe
The fate of die Uie Sultan i Ia unknown unknownSVK unknownSUNK unknownSUNK
SUNK ttY A 4 SUBMARINE hoAr HOATreneh 1101IlftIdJ hoArIrresloti
reneh Tug Ta Oe Down Do but the Crew Crewt CrewAre
Are treHaed treHaedipcdl Raved Ravedfipttut rd rd1p1IIJ
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CncjtBOQBO C DDOURO March 28 lSTbe The uubroarine uubroarineboat tlubrnarilleboa submarimieboat
boat Narval and the tug Navette wore In InroUUIon 10COUJelon incoUIsIon
roUUIon today to lay < The latter sunk Tin Tincrew 11lecrew Tinscrew
crew wore ore saved MvodWHITECAP savedWI1ITEC4P Cd CdWHITECtP
WHITECAP RAID IV I CALEDOXIA CALEDOXIAMasked CALEDOl4Mulctd CALEDOXL4Masked
Masked Miner teen Drag Another Miner Frm PrimIIIaed FrmHU FrmHiliitd
HU Hiliitd Bed and enter Him lo Leave ae the Place PlaceOODXHSBTOO PlaceOoDxKUtfltO 1 1OoD
OODXHSBTOO OoD slltmO N Y March 2S ItThmlolng ItTh 1Thereining The Themining
mining village vUla of Caledonia near thl thlplace this thlaplace thisplace
place WM th the scene of a whitecap raid raidlast raidlast raidlast
last night A number of masked minetwent miner minerwent D8t1Iwent
went to the horn of John Ranger also a aminor aminer aminer
miner and dragged him from hi his bed over overa
a p lonely road a long distance severely severelybeat aeTOrel aeTOrelbeat severelybeat
beat him and nd told him to leave lea It the mine mineat mineat
at onoo and never return A man of the tliename tJlenam thename
nam name of Sedwell who boarded at Rangrhouse Banger RancerhOUllO Bangerhouse
house WM 11 also Instructed to vacate the thepremises thepremll4fl thepremises
premises It III I Mid that Ranger had hadbeen badn hadbeen
been n abusing hi Ida family familyVO familyNo
VO 0 DOGS ACCOMMODATED ACCOMMODATEDat
nt at I 11 Why ftb Baronet II engelmnllrr Left taftAtlantic LeftAtlantic IertAtlaatlo
Atlantic City With lth Her Iff PetWASHINGTON Pet PetlWAIRIIfOTOK PetsWAarnKoToS
WASHINGTON March 2S IIBronCIIII Baronem Hen Hengelmaller Bellelml1l1t1 BeegeirnOJler
gelmaller elml1l1t1 wife of the Au troHungarian AUJtroHunprianAmba AustroHungarianAmbassador troHungarianAmbasiador
Amba Ambassador aador wna wl w ll forced to return to Washington Wash WuhI WashLngton ¬
I ington n from Atlantic City Citon on account ofher of ofher ofber
her dog On her return ah she WM acoom acoomnled OOOU1pUlled acoomed
pUlled nled ed by her little daughter two maids maidso tuldtitwodoat maidtwo
twodoat two o dog and two or three other pet petRichard petMn petMrs
Mn Richard H Townsend Miss MI Town Townsend Townaendwra1 Townsendveral nd ndvoral
voral maids and thr Ihree more dog accom ¬
PAlled the Baroness BaronessOn BaroneaOn
On the arrival arrhlof of th the party pnn in Allantlaccommodated Allantl AtlanllcCIty AtLantluCity
CIty tbvywere they were tnronaed that DO 410 410aooomm wiru wiruaccommodated
accommodated dated1n in the hotel Another bo botelry hotelrY boa boateiry
telry WM tried but with tio better success BUOCFMAt IIU successAt ePM ePMAt
At bat Baroness e Bengeunuller and Mr MrTowneend Mrs MrsTown MrsTownsend
Townsend Town end were forced to take quarter In Inan InII inan
an unfashionable pert of Atlantic At ntlo City Cityremote Cit Citremote Cityremote
remote from fromnthe the convenience oonvenle and lu luof luxuries IUmrer luxuriesoftiseresort
of oftiseresort the resort Atewdsumoedtossnsl Atewdsumoedtossnslthem A few dy de ufAoed to i iI Mnd Mndthem
them I all U dog do included tod back to Wash WMhIngton WhIneton Washtngton
IngtonFERRY Ington InetonFElIBY tngtonFERRY
FERRY WEDS WED IX JERSEY CITY CITYWM CITYWu CITYWas
WM Kreentlr In msIesw l Mw w Street e Jail f fNonPanent fet rerNonPalI1ent fetNonFUmesS
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A man and a woman oman In an automoblUdrove automoblU Iwtomoblledrev utomoblledrove
drove up to JuVloo of the Peace John JohlDuffys JohnDutry JohnDuffys
Duffys livery utablo In Montgomery Mont Komer street utrootJereey 111 streetJersey root rootJe
Jersey Je y CIty yesterday yfl afternoon and o askedthe asked ukedthe ke kethe <
the Justice to marry them He did so soThe 501be soThe
The bridegroom dencrfbed himself a aPaul All AllPaul aPaul
Paul A Ferry 29 years old and th the brldiM bride brideBlanch brideas
M Blanch Helen Ole 22 year old oldBoth oldloeil oldBoth
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Jersey City alYF CityFerry
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Army Ann recniHIng recnlhlnatIIlD station at 47 Montgomer MontgomerMrmt Montromgo Montgomesstreet
street 111 M commodore mmi otlore of tli the Kw N YorlVoltmteor Yorl YorJsVolunteer 0 0VolunlllOr
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a city tf troop AI About out that tlm h Ins 11M waiarrr war warrrrrMd
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alimony of 125 2 to hi his dlvt dhcl1 > roml wlf wife U am amnrnnir and ansispent
spent nt these h month 10 1sIhLewKtreet IJIlIlt > w Htrtt hiit hiitsrssi I IIIUr I
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