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To Hear the Bartender and Cashier of t tIlotnl the tbo1I0tll theUcti1
Ilotnl lloland of Jlus City cUrPmneU cUrPmneUt CltyPeiuieIlPapers Pennell PennellPapers
t Papers Will i1I D De Called For ForFtnrtr ForFtnrtrit For4tngerMarki Ftnf FtnfH
it H Marks on Burdlckt Door Explain ExplainBDTTALO lJtpla1ord lJtpla1ordI
I BrAw March SOBofore Dofore tho Penne Penneinquest lenneUiJlquest PennefiInquest
inquest la 1 hefjun tt un in tho police court tc tcmorrow to tot tol
l t morrow morning Justice Murphy wl wli IVUI 111 111It
7 4 i reopen in a way tho Burdlck Inquest s 110 110to
t It bartender an ant and andNAbler andI andeAler
1 4 as to hear tho stories of the
t rashler of the Hotel IlolanJ olanJ New York YorkQuion YorkI YorkQuinn
I Quinn and Herman arrived at the Mausio Mausiof MlU1lonHoUllO
1 f House this afternoon aftom n and the police M Mi IIIlW aw awthem
11 i them and arranged for their t appearance appearanceAfter appearlUlcei appearaflCAfter
i After they are examined the Hurdle BurdickJ
J j inquiry will clolO at 1 INut t for t It the tin tinbeing time timeI
I j it being and tho Peniiell inquiry official officialThe oftolally oftolallyj
j p i I an entirely different matter will ltart ltartTho etartThe
The police will participate In tho Penne Penneinquest PenJ1eU PenJ1eUInquest PoneUinqueet
inquest only to the extent of bringing I If In InIhe inthe
the witnesses wltnf8 e to the automobile horror an anV and andturning
V 4 f turning over to Juntico Murphy whatever whateveIt whateerj
j 11 It Information Ihe the3 have nn The nt District At AtlmeY1 At1k A Atorneya
1k torneya part will be the questioning o ocertain 01 ofcertain
1 certain witnesses about Pennells paper paperj paperaAnd papersi
j < and on any anyoth other r points t that might enlighten enllghteithe enllghwnIhe
the Burdick mynlcrj In law the quell quesj quetion
j tlon whether Pennell was W 8 a aulcldo 81 oldo ha hanethlrig hu hui
i I j nethlrig to clo ti with the murder of Burdick BurdickWalla6 Burdlckt
3 t Watlaco Thayer r who ho was Pennellii at attorncy atlorne attorney
torncy lorne and ndvlscr and Thomas Peuney Peuneywho Pounfl Pounflwho Puneyi
i F who Is acting ns a attorney ottornfl for the Fennelptfate Fennel Itnnellftate Pennellptste
ptfate both may bo called caU d us ltno1 witnwsaand vitnow vitnowand ltno1and
and asked to produce produ Ponnells papera it itno In Infit Inso
no far as any of them pertain to Burdick Burdickor
or tho Burdick Burd Ck owe Thayer and Ponne PonneJ Pllnnoy P nney nneyhave
I J have a legal right to refuse n rul8 to produce an anof any anyI anyof
I of the papsrH for they have tha privilege privilegetritofr privilegeconfldentlal
tritofr tfconfldcntlal confidential adrltera or attorneys If IIi If1J Ifth4
i = 1J lhey 1 refuse on onthiliground thlit ground to present the therpapsn Ihopaptra thepapars
rpapsn paptra they wUl wUlstate Il state their roagons rtI1 one and nndJusllce
4 Justice Murphy will pass upon them themIt themFrequEntly
It t Frequently it hau ha been ankid IUIkl 1 why the thepolice thepolloe
5 police did not slew Pcnnclls papers anc ancS and nndarch andearch
S i arch rch hU house and nd olTUv of1 O Immediate Immediateafter Immediately ImmediatelyCfer
after Cfer his death They did not do K hO o > be beg bel becauee
g causa the n nw w Medical Examiner law con conf conItlra conl
l f Itlra rs no powers that the Coroners Coron ra did not notj notpo66CU
j c posscf O65CM When a dead man leaves helnV heln hclr8It helnIt
V it Is I not for the tll police or Medical Examiner Examinerto
to seize his effects except thowi u upon n th thbody the thebody thebody
body and these are nturnEd to the heirs helnat heirsat beireat
at once onceIn onooIn onoeIn
In the case of a dYing murderer caught caughtredhanded CAughtredhanded caughtredhanded
redhanded It is different of course but butthe butthe butthe
the difference Is due to tim crime The Thepolice ThepoJco Thepolice
police made thnlr sworch of Pennells house housewhile hoUtiewhile houaewhile
while he wan wa 8 alive Xow No tliu heirs havehis have haohis havehis
his papers or had th them rn and the way to toget toget toet
get et them is to ask for them at the inquest inquestbeyond Inqucathey t tThe1
The1 hey roa may 01 COUIIe have l Mn handed handedbeyond handedI
I beyond the jurisdiction of the oourtIt court courtIt
4 be1yond It t was 8I01lrned learned today that the New YorkLire YorkLife York YorkLife
Life Insurance Company in which ArthurL Arthur
1 L R Pennell had four policies of a total nlueof valueof value valueK
K of 130000 paid that sum to J J Fred PenntlIl Pennell Pen Pennell
ntlIl nell administrator of the estate e tate lout aIItWeanedda1 lastWec6eeiday loutsubmitted
Weanedda1 Wec6eeiday The proofs of death were weresubmltled weresubmitted
submitted to the company on March 21 31and 21and 21and
and four days later tho insurance was W 8 paid paidThe paidThe paidThe
The certificate which the County JUllt1 Medical MedicalExaminer Me MedicalExaminer ical icalExaminer
Examiner eent to the Insurance company companystated oompanylItatoo oomoanv oomoanvatated
stated in substance that Pennells death deathwas doathwu deathwaa
was the remit of injuries Inturles received in an anautomobile ani anautomobile
i automobile acoident accidentThe acoidentThe
I The four accident insurance companies companiesi
i in which hlch Pennell had policies will be rcpre rcprenented reprofIOnted reoresented
nented at the inquest tomorrow Their Theirinterest fhelrInterest I1eteInterest
interest amounts to 135000 ooo and some of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them are inclined to contest payment paymentJustice pa paymentIusU nt ntJuatice
Justice IusU Murphy was asked whether the In InBuranca InII1JJIU1CO insurance
Buranca lawyers 1a wyora would be allowed to quo question guoefion quolion ¬
lion the witneMtes witne He said ho saw no harm harmin annin harmin
in any questions that might throw light lighton
on the subject subjectTfao subjectThe subject9LawversIIartzeIlandDrFe1Lappear
The 9LawversIIartzeIlandDrFe1Lappear Lawyers LawyeralIartzell Hartzell and Dr Fell appear appearto
to have ha vs their troubles for their pains In Inremoving InremoTln inyemovintbep1eoeofwood
removing yemovintbep1eoeofwood the thepleoeolwood piece of wood from the casing casingof
of the tbeBurdiCk Burdick door Thero are bloody bl = y
j fingermarks on the wood but the fingers fingerswore fingeraDot angerswsie
wore not those e of the murderer but of an anmorgue aninorcue anmorgue
morgue employee Detective Holmlund HolmlundWhen Holmlundesp1iIned Hoimlundpiained
esp1iIned way the clue today
When the body of Burdick was being beingcarried beingearriedout
carried oaniedout out of the house said Holmlund Holmlundbasket Holmlundthe Holrnlundtbebloedbegantodriptiroughthowicker
the tbebloedbegantodriptiroughthowicker tbebloedbegantodriptiroughthowickerbasket blood bfogan to drip through the wicker wickerbaaket
basket and I sent one of the morgue men menbackto menI menbckto
backto back to get a pillow to place under tho thohead thobead thobead
I bead headWhen beadI
When he adjusted it his hands were werebloodstained wereb1eodetalned werebleodetalned
I bloodstained and as he was wa carrying the thebasket thebaaka thebaskea
basket through the front door he rested restedone reetedone restedon
on one band or the casing of the door for sup support supJ0rt ¬
port I ww the stain aln It left The pillow pillowdid pillowJdDot pillowdid
1 did JdDot not stop BtJpthe the flow Ilowof of blood and there were weredropson weredrepa ero erodrops
dropson drops OD the veranda and t the lie walk These TheseT Th ThI
T I had cJeans rJNU11 d d at once but I overlooked overlookedthe
the tarries tD rka rk on the casing casingJFROMEJHAS casingJTROVEn4S easingJEROMEII45
C F V VCommUtlO Committee Sent to A Ak k film What WhatHe IThatlie bat batBe
He Means by b Opposing a Union UnionThe LnlonThe nlon nlonThe
The delegate dele gale of the Ladles Waist Makers MakersUnion MakeraUnion MakersUnion
Union had a sort ion of longdlstanco com complaint oomplaint cornplaint ¬
plaint to make against District DIi < lrlct Attorney AttorneyJerome AttornoyJerome AttorneyJerome
Jerome at yesterdays meeting of the Con Contral Cent Contill
till t Federated Union He said that a atrite airlk asLrike
trite picket of his union had been arrested arrestedfordisorderly arrestedInrdJaorderly arrestedfordlsorderlv
fordisorderly conduct and had been com oome cornmitted
1 milled to jail by a Police Magistrate for forvsix forbtmontha forsIrmonths
vsix btmontha sIrmonthsThe btmonthaTt months monthsTho
The Supreme Court had since overruled overruledthis onrruledtbl overruledthM
this decisionAnd decision dec1lionAnd decisionndnowaldthedelegatefrJemme
And ndnowaldthedelegatefrJemme ndnowaldthedelegatefrJemmeIs now nowlI4ld nald the delegate Mr Jerome Jerometa
ta taking the case to the Appellate Court
What do you think of that after his promise promiset premisetojlve
t < tojgive to i8 labor la or a fair show showRecording IIhoww showirdlng
w Recording Secretary Archibald remarked remarkedofa
Jt itwould wouJd be a good thing If I the case wore woreI
I oJiken to the Court of Appeals as the status statusur statusUa
ofa ur strike picket would then tli n be permanently permanentlyt
t Odeftne defined i Other delegates urged that the theshould Ihee thecue
e should be alJowod to go on JD1mt but It was wasand
cdeclded toend a committee to Ill Mr Jeromo Jeromoand Jeromoand
and a uk k what he meant by b taking the case caseto callOto caseto
Aectned Ae ed of Posting r Pott Ins Placards A Ara1o calm t a aBakery aBakery aflsker
Bakery flsker la Hoboken HobokenPlacards BobokmPaaiudallurmOunted
Placards PaaiudallurmOunted surmounted by a akuU skull and cross crossbones crossbones
I bones requesting residents of Hoboken to toi toI toboyootthebakeryrnofJohn8chaItz
I i boycott boyootthebakeryrnofJohn8chaItz boyootthebakeryrnofJohn8chaItzSons the bakery firm rm of John ficbaltz 8chaltzBona tt ttSons
Sons were posted on more than a thousand thousandtreet thousandI thousandetroet
I treet letterboxes 1et rbolea and front doors in that thatolty thati thatoit7
i olty oft yesterday A sooro of complaints of oftho ot1M ofLb
tho Lb nuisance nu1 were ere received by Chief of ofPolice otPoUoe ofIoIIo
Police Hayes who instructed his men to totho tobe I Ibe
be on the looout 1ooIout for the persons posting OItlnelhe
the placard The order resulted In the thesrreat the1TMt thearrest
arrest of Frederick Simon and John Af Mtrinc tring tringovimbors t tftmbe Imember
member of the Hoboken Bakers Union UnionBoth UnionBoth
Both admitted that they had been In Intruot IntrUOUId I Istruoted
trUOUId truot d by the union to nost the placards placaroand placardend placardsand
and were held on the double charge of ofviolating oft
t violating the New Jersey JpI f statutes atue which whichprohibit whichprohibit whichprohibit I
prohibit boycott boynottlngand Ing nit and for tordefacingied tordefacingiedjsl defacing Fed Fedrral F d dral
rral ral property propertyHrktt propertyIIt1 propertyc
c t I Hrktt rkit and Tll Tile florbrrs rLers Makr Ovmands OvmandsTh PmaadlTII flernandst
t Th The Brick Tile aj and d Terra CoUa Cot Workers Worker1Union Worke WorkeCAlon Workerstnion
Union is demanding aii increase blcr of wages wagesfrom waiNom wagestrom
from 38 2 10 o 30 wirn C4n end nd fiom 32 to IS 5 crnfs crnfsin etn etnn cnsfl
in n hour It BM al aise > demands extra par for forver lorYllr forever
ever ver limn on week HI days d and work Clr ork on BUll 8unday BUllday Sunday >
day and holidays lclldl1 jlo Ie t dwsnds Jeir elTnd nds YoMP YoMPandora er erndor ere erendorI1l >
andora ndor i at yorrrdays N rdJIy meelng meeln of the theJ lie lieCentral
J Central Fo Federated > lerat Ieratfw vl Union UulonlUlaols VllionUlool Unionlubell
lUlaols Ulool Car Hepalrrrs ftlrlkr ftlrlkrDANVIUK Irtk IrtkDAvnU IrtkrDawvsuit
DANVIUK III MarrJi ft 9Eive Five Ie hundred hundredrar
oar repairers and roundhouse workers wcrk at attb atc atc
c c tb IbIIOloaco Chicago and rlm 7ast rn Illinois shops aliopsult shopsnit ho hoguJt
guJt nit work yesterday Uut ute of thn re rejaaj reo reorual reuMI
rual jaaj of the offloers Io take back eighty elcl elclmao
live mao who had been diwAwjod TM TMcar TheCON Th Thear
car repairers repair on ilio ib he entire systain T t r m maybe moylxicallM trill maybecalled 1M 1Mwlad
called out outNsw outNew
Nsw llomt alt for fo a i 4slbeUo lt IIIJI tub fiutiTb tubJbe IuU IuUTb
Tb Jbe Prowiuoii Col letbolhi hollo Club of Tn Tnrone 1118IIOII Thekong >
kong rone has h Ju just t broken ground roulld for a pow iwwsin powsIuou ItIWtlubbou
tlubbou 10 cost I7ASJO wo tu tA built 10 l I Iint
l6Ith sin int t tioar Third avenue H flie club clubaow dubIIIIW I IOQW
aow ba stab quarters In Aleiuudcr avriiita avriiitaIn vrnt fIll I
4 In reecnr n yrsrs 11 Iu I incmln IlI tnenbirIIIp lnhrII r M Ita b has giKwii TJII I IrspWly
rspWly pIaI I Id
Twlee Fired tneHMslaWMeHHetr tneHMslaWMeHHetrat tbe tbeHIII JllHlIa In WIde WhteeWIrIed WhteeWIrIedat erked erkedLoekpOrt
at Loekport LoekportLOCKPOBT LoekpOrtLocKPORT LoekportL0CKP0ST
LOCKPOBT N Y t March MIn In the la latlx last laltIs lastI
tlx Is I weekstbe Roger cotton batting worl worlon works workson
on Mulberry street In this thl city hare BUI BUIfcred IIUt IIUttered euffeted
feted from fire twice The total low h hnot has hiuIDot hasnot >
not been far from 110000 Cnpt pt Rogers Bogcrthe Hogenthe Rogersthe
the senior member of the Arm was u satisfied satlsflethat I118tlsftedthat satisfiedthat
that these th firee were WO the work ork of a firebug flreburHe firebugHo
Ho consulted with lth Chief of Police Molyneux Molyneuand Molyneuxand Molyneuxand
and a policeman WM detailed to watch tl tlbuilding the thobufldlnc thebuilding
building every night nightCapt nightCapt nightcapt
Capt Rogers also made arrangement arrangementwith arrangementswith
with a Buffalo detective agency and tw twdetectives two twodelec1IYt1l twodetectives
detectives were sent down here One oi oithe of oftho oftbo
the detectives detectheMaVeya MoVey MoVoya a young man got gotjob gota gotajob a aJob
job at the works and cultivated cultl vated the tb acqualn acqualntanoe acqu1nlance acqusintanceof
lance tanceof of the man the police suspected Harr HarrR Harry Harr7R
R Sanderson SandersonSanderson SandersonSanderson SandersonSandorson
Sanderson is only 18 years of age H Hcame He Hecame Hecame
came here six weeks ago from Providence Providentwith Providencewith Providencewith
with his hi father to work In the cotton battln battlnmill batting battingmill bettingmill
mill MeVey 110 V 01 and Sanderson became chums chumiThe chumaThe chumsThe
The detective drt ctive played the r rl le of a devil devilmaycare dovllmaycare devilmaycare
maycare fellow and that captivated CApUva th thimagination the theImagination theImagination
imagination of his comrade Then Sander Sanderson BanderlIOn Sandereon
son confided oon 1ded to the detective that he hai haiset had hadset hadset
set fire to the mills twice He offered ti tirepeat to torepeat torepeat
repeat the attempt and nd was u arrested while wbiliengaged whileengaged hlle hlleengaged
engaged In It last night nightDIES nightD1IS nightnILS
Thomas Pipe an Ardent Worker orker of Ui UiItallroad the thenatlroad theRailroad
Railroad Branch Stricken StrickenThomas 8lrtckmThorn StrickenThomas
Thomas Thorn Pape who was one of the beet bestknown beetknown beetknown
known members of the railroad branch hrancof branchof
of the Young Mens Ien Christian Afleodatio Afleodatioand AMoc1atlonand
and who according to his own words wordsused wordausfd wordused
used to be an agent of the devil but be became be beCAme became
came an ambajviador of Christ died ol olapoplexy of ofapoplexy ofapoplexy
apoplexy yesterday yt > afternoon afternoonHo
Ho was W 8 stricken as he was about to go gcinto goInto goInto
into a meeting of the railroad Y MC il CA CAmen A Amen Amen
men In their building buildlngat at Fortyfifth street streetand IItreetand streetand
and Madison n avenue He was put on a cot colin ootIn cotIn
in the hall and a doctor was 8 called Pape Papehowever Papehoeer Papehowever
however died in an hour hourPnpe hourIlpe hourPape
Pnpe WM 68 years old and lived at Mott MotlHaven MottHI1en MottHaven
Haven with I b Ills Id wife Several years age agehis agobIll agahis
his character became known to Y MC M C A Amen Amen Amen
men the country over oerthrough through a Y MC M C A Abook ALook Abook
book of railroad stories written by Q A AWarburlon AWarbur10n AWarburton
Warburlon and called Tom A Round Roundhouse RoundhOUM Boundhouse ¬
house Story StoryYears StoryYeaill StoryYears
Years ago Pape was a Bowery wanderer wandereraccording wanderoracoonllng wanderercoordlng
according to his story but drifted into a aY a aY aY
Y M C A meeting and reformed For Foryears ForYf8rahe Foryears
Yf8rahe years he had been employed In the Now NowYork NowYork NowYork
York Centrals boiler shops in Mott Haven HavenHe HavenHe HavenHe
He had told his experiences at hundreds hundredsof
of Y M 11C C A meetings meetingsSAYS meetlngei meetingsSAYS
SAYS 200000 2OOllD4Y MAY BE IDLE IDLEDeclaration IDLEeoclaraUoa IDLEDeclarsUon
Declaration About the Ironworkers Strike Strikeby Strikey Stflleby
by y Their President PresidentFrank PrHldeDtFrank PresidentFrank
Frank Buchanan president of the Inter International Intornational International ¬
national Association of Structural Iron Ironworkers Ironworkera Ironworkers
workers which is engineering the thellrikee thellrikeeagalDet strikes strikesagainst strikesagainst
against the American Bridge Company Companyattended Companyattended Companyattended
attended the meeting ofj the Central Fede Federated Federated Federated ¬
rated Union In this dty yesterday After Afterthe Arlerthe Afterthe
the meeting he said that the strike has hasaffected hasatlected hasaffected
affected nearly twenty tweDt cities and nd may ulti ultimately ultlmately ultimately ¬
mately make 200000 men in other trades tradesidle tradesIdlo tradesIdle
idle though the ironworkers on strike strikenow IItrikenow strikenow
now number only 8000 8000In 6000In 5000In
In a speech at the meeting he said that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the company had precipitated the strike strikeby etrlkobY strikeby
by violating vfolat rules agreed to between it and andthe andthe andthe
the union Ho had tried without success successbefore succelllJbefore cucesbefore
before and after the strike to bring about aboutconference abouta
a conference to settle the trouble with the thewan theomclala theomclals
omclala ot the company butUho company companyso
110 he said was probably backed up by the thenltcd thoUniled theUnited
United nltcd States Steel Corporation Corporationor Corporal Ion IonHe
He asked the Central Federated Union Unionror Unionfor
for or its moral support in the strike and a asolution aresolution aresolution
resolution solution was w passed indorsing it itAfter ItArter ItAfter
After the meeting Buchanan said that thathe thatthe thatthe
the he American Bridge Company Com r controlled controUodeo
eo 0 per cent centof of the thestructursi structural iron manu manuactured manufacturtd inanufactured
actured in this country He also said that thathe thtthe thatthe
the he company was w now offering premiums premiumso II IIto
to o nonunion men in the shape of an ad adranee advanes
vanes in wages II and described a profitchar aproftt aprofitsharing profitcharms har haring ¬ I
ing ms plan of the company for Its workmen workmenrhlch workmenwhich workmenwhich
which be asserted Allll rtcd was designed to make maketrikoa makeIItrtke makestrikes
strikes impossible Im OMlble He had no solution IOIUtioDolrer to toiffer tooffer
offer for the present deadlock deadlockLIV1S deadlockLnE deadlockLYlE
The term walking delegate has almost almostappeared almoatdIIIIlppoarod almostdisappeared
appeared from the official nomenclature nomenclatureof
of if the unions said a business man who whoas whobaa whohas
baa as dealings with many labor organlza organlzaons organiutJon8 organizations
tJon8 ons Ih I fact I find that about the worst worsticult woratInBtllt worstinsult
insult icult you OU can offer to any an one of the agents agentsif nte nteof
of if the unions la to call bun a walking dele deleato delegato dolegate
gate ato A number of syunes have taken its itslace Itaplace Itsplace
place lace but business agent is far and away awaythe awaythe
the 10 most popular popularAnd popuiarAnd popularAnd
And It isnt a bad job either The men menret menget menget
get ret from M a day da up and their expenses expensesmats elpeDlltIIfhatll expensesThats
mats a good bit more than the union wages wagesor WgE1Itor wagesfor
for or the trades they represent And some someif someof
01 if them have ways of helping out that SB SBday l la s sa
a day dayA dayA dayA
A man whose h08O necjc nec permits him to wear wearhat wearwhat wearwhat
what hat he considers only a moderately high highjllar highoollar highcollar
collar jllar was buying some the other day and andlid anda1d andsaid
said lid to the clerk clerkI
I suppose you think I wear a pretty high highollar highoollar highcollar
collar oollarOh collarOh ollarOh
Oh you ou wear only a threeInch collar collarild coUarIIald oolisrsaid
said ild the clerk There are lots of collars collarsuilt ooIlarsbuilt collarsbuilt
built uilt taller laDerthan than that But I never saw one onelore onemore onemore
more lore than four inches Incb e high We got in a anail aemalIlltock asmall
emalIlltock small nail stock of that kind a while ago and we weid wehad wehad
had id to give moot of them away I never neveriw neverRaW nevereaw
RaW iw more than one man who could com comortably oomlortably cornfoitably
ortably wear a fourinch collar and he had hadi hadrnJcbt
a i mighty long neck But even if hedid hedidiave he did didhaTe didhave
haTe iave a a long neck he had to turn the corners cornersT oorneraot cornersof
ot T the collar over just a little littleFew UUleFew littleFew
Few persons besides bea1dhotal beildesbotel hotel men know that thata
a i woman runs one of the most Important Importantlotels Importanthotela importanthotels
hotels In this city and another in Phlla Phllalelphla PhlladelphIa Philadeiphia
lelphla Mrs Jennie Jean Stafford knew little littlebout Jttleabout littleabout
about the hotel business when her husband husbandlobert huabandRobert husbandRobert
Robert Stafford died six years ago but she shetorted aheartarted shestarted
started right in to learn all there was to tonow toknoW toknow
knoW now and she has managed the Imperial Imperialiver
ever sine alnce The Ooelet estate which owns ownsnineteenstory ownthe I ItJle
the property have eo much oon confidence dence In Inher inher
her business abWt ability that they are erecUng ereedn ereedna
a > nineteenstory n1ne natory addition to the hotel an anIving and andgiving angiving
giving her a long 10nIeaM lease of it When it is isompleted I Ioompleted Iscompleted
completed this addition will wilhe make the hot hotthe hotelthe
the he third largest in the tb dty
Mrs Stafford hires a manager for her heriot herbotfl herhotel
hotel iot l 10 she does not come In direct contact contactrith contactit1l contactwith
with rith her patrons but she is a actively en onaged enIICed engaged
aged In running the hotel nevertheless neverthelessot
ot only onl does the manage the Imperial Imperialbut
but iut the Walton of Philadelphia la I also under underler underherdirection
her herdirection herdirectionA ler direction directionA I
A familiar figure in the Tenderloin Is IaJrry isJerry i iJerry
Jerry the Lug tho th blind man who altA altAoutalcle sitsoutside j juteida
outside the th Haymarket dance hall sellingead selling Hilln Hillnlead ceilinglead
lead pencils belllnff pencilsis only a cloak cloakor cloaklor cloakfor
for or tea e begging uinlin in his hi case Jerry does not notjk notIe notsk
jk Ie for alms outright but if you were to toeke I Itake Iink
take eke a pencil In exchange e ban for 10 a nickel you rourould ynuwollJd youwouid
rould tie roundly sworn at and the beggars beggarslow beggarflow
low of profanity Is largo largoThough LullTbouCh largeThough
Though Jerry cant see be knows kno by their theirvetoes I Iolot
vetoes olot 010 nearly nearl all the women who frequent frequenthe frequentthe
the he Haymarket lie 11 Is 1 a sort of letter lx box boxfor jOl jOlfor > i I Ior
for or them On his hI camp campstool too I outside the theinoa IlIIIdanoe lit litdance
dance inoa ball door doo be takes and nd receives receivesme I80Il1 p1III p1IIINW1lor ptesages
sages me for 14 bia aoqualntanoe Uin and sr srakes seldom sdolnm1 seldomliIs
NW1lor liIs akes a mistake iu douverinf doliy them themWhen thenahn UemYhn
When hn he ls sober liu is 1er1rJII inoITenalva ive If left leftlone leftlone lefton
lone lone on Whim JtN1 bo U drunk ho is a lorror lorrort tnqorSt
It t usually uaU41l takes two poUoemen to get tfior tfiorIt hli hliiyt 11m 1dmIJ7
IJ7 h 0 tie Ivl pl a Up u = ll I4 u II j p m iJ iJaye ln hu huII
aye la II a brawl brawlH bal balHen
H Hen w K lluvuM nrk t ik IIUM IIUMlUgiuld isce I IJlin4 I8ginsid
lUgiuld Jlin4 H Puant J t who b was w for or thirty thirtyMrs 1111 1111r thirtyyears
years Mrs r a nlork Ilr In II MM Ul hit law Ia onion oi of Hows HowsHumiiwl Uuea hiuaI
I Humiiwl nlllwl WM florawtuxl Imlwtw11 io JWlovue JWlovueor MtIkavufor I1i
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taiday rday l r relIed at IulTo s41o Ua plw Ifaadquaiters IfaadquaitersH Uet 1 I
on H ry fttiurdsy faud sturclsy iljMit 1 awl 04 announced ll that OKIwas Ih Iht thathi
t hi was a French 111 I noliunitn a and nmn intl u ha had h hadmarried I I IDarrimfai
married nrr Darrimfai J I Mm halr worth worl MWW9 J Jk 3p000e I
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President Hall Consented to meoetv meoetvFltznatrlek ReeYeFitzpatrick
I Pldm Cttt le leFtztrtck
Fitzpatrick Ftztrtck After Ate They e Had I Vote Voteon Voted Votedon
on o the theTerms T Terms He H HEmpoe Offered OlTertdThIn4th OlTertdThIn4thEntpioyet Thejn ett ettEmployee
I Employee Empoe After Anf More Mor Money Mo No NoNBW Now NowI NowNEW
NBW HAVEN IVN ConnMarch Conn Mab20Thep 29 2LTheP5r 2LTheP5rticulars The PL PLtlculars
I tlculars tcla of what led up to the break yeste yesteday yesteXday
day between btwon President Ptldent Hall Hal of ott ofthe the Ke KeYork lew lewYork ew ewYork
York New Haven lavon and d Hartford Halord Ralhw Ralhwand Railroad Railroadand
and the trainmens tralmens grievance commute commutewhen committeewhen
grevceoomt grevceoomtwhen
when the latter left let the conference ceroe an ancalled and andI andcalled
called upon their thllrnton national officer om Valentine ValentinFitzpatrick Valen ValentineFitzpatrick ne neFizpatrick
I Fitzpatrick Fizpatrick togetreadyforastrike to get ready readyfora lor strike cam camout c camout
out tonight tonghttrorn from some of the thecrieance thecrieanceI grievance grievancecommittee
committee committeeAt cmite
1 At 0 oclock oclok yesterday y terday morning moml the sutcommittee sub Ib Ibcmmte subcommittee
committee cmmte of the grievance crleva committee commlttewent committeeI
I went to the thocener thegeneral general office of building buJdn and it itI received
I I celved Clvo from President Pldeht Hall the schedule scbedulI eheule eheulewhIoh schedulewhich
I which tho road rd had hadacr agreed upon for th the theI
I trainmen trmen after ater the conferences nferonO of theweel theweelThey theek theekThey thewoekThey
They took this thi to the grievance greanoe committee oommlttMsitting oomtt committeesitting
sitting In I the Insurance Inranco building buidng and it wa waread w wId was wasread
read readThe Id IdThe readThe
The schedule was wude voted on and rejected rejectedparagraph rjee rejectedparagraph
paragraph pragraph by paragraph paragrph In the thofirat first r place placIt placeIt
It refused rerm the tenhour day which wblo th thtrainmen the thetralnmpn thetrainmen
trainmen instated Isloo upon upn Secondly Sndy whll whlltt whlleIt
It Increased InCr the pay of tlieyardmen tbeyardme it I dl dlnot did didnot didnot <
not bring hrg the be pay of tho brakemen up ti tia to toa toa
a wage rate rae of two rents cntll a mile mie for a mini minimum mi mimum minimum
mum of f 160 miles mit which Is I I said to be pairon pair pd pdon paidon
on many roads In I this country countryIn
In the third thIr place the concessions ooDConl that tha1the thatthe
the men menasked asked for forconcernngthe concerning ncmlng the rules rN gov governing gv gvornlng governing
erning them while at l work wor were er unMtls unMtlsfactory unNtlll unNtllllacor uneatlsfactory
factory lacor There were ore points polntllooerlng covering sue suematters luch luchmaier such suchmatters
matters maier as A how soon n men me returning rurg from fronrunsshould tromr from1jflfIBhOUld
runsshould r 8hould be called cl1 to togo go out again how hoimuch howmuch howmuch
much pay py should be b allowed alooo men men riding rldlnjdeadhead ridingdedhed ridingdeadhead
deadhead dedhed who are ro being bg sent snt out ti tibring to tobrg tobring
bring brg back bck trains and nd the like likeAfter likeAtr likeAfter
After Atr the men voted vole to toreject reject rje the tb schedule schedulethey schedulethey fdulr fdulrUlty
they decided decde to ask President Irdent Hall I to hold holtanother holdanolbtr holdanother
another conference oonlerDco with wth them tbemibging tbemibgingtomorrow beginning beginnuitomorrow beginningtomorrow
tomorrow morning morg at 10 oclock ocokand and al alfor also alsofor
for him to Invite Mr Fitzpatrick Ftzpatric to ap appear appear
pear pr wi with h them as their counsel oounll The TTugrievance Thegrievanre
grievance geno committee comtkol of thirtyeight there thereupon thereupon ¬
upon U Ifl filed back b to President Pdent Halls Hl office officeWhen officeWwn
When the subcommittee lubmmltt waited wt oo on orPresident onPldent onPresident
President Pldent WJen Ball Hal and ad told tol of the rejections rejettloniof r
of tho proposed schedule ehedulo and presented presentedthe
the Fitzpatrick proo request ruM President Hall Hallsaid Hallsaid
tzpirick Pldont 1all 1allMid
said that I hat he would wuld take Lke the matter mUtr under underconsideration underconsideration
consideration 1 slderaton At 3 oclock oclok he h told the thesubcommittee th thesubcommittee
subcommittee lubmmltt that he wouldreceive wouldrlv would receive Mr MrFitzpatrick MrFtztrick MrFItzpatrick
Fitzpatrick FitzpatrickPresident Ftztrick I
President PldtntHU Ball was asked ukctnib tonight If Ifho Ifho Ifho
ho thought all allparte parts > rtl of the thescbedtlewoul4 thescbedtlewoul4be schedule eh would wouldbo woulb
bo b taken up alL He said lid that tht be did di not know knowbut kow kowbut knowbut
but whatever hteer points the th men mn wished wh to toPresident totalk totalk
talk upon would boonlder beconpidered beconpiderediresident
President l > upu ldent Brigham of tho conductors conductorscommittee oonduoO conductorscommittee
committee cmmlto said tonight that tht the th con conductors 00 conductors ¬
ductors duco grievances would be taken up uprght upright
right rght after gevanc the trainmen trslmn matter mter had hadbeen b hAdbeen
been on disposed d of The 1 firemens firemenscae muec case will wilcome w woom willcome
come oom up later laterTho laterTho laterTho
Tho 600 6olerk f00clerks clerks in I the Ui general anl office of build buildIng bulldIng buildlog
Ing are agitating a move to t Increase Ic their theirpay teir theIrpay
pay The ThE agting checkers checker end Ind tallymen tlyn on the thelocal thelocl thelocal I
local py locl wharves whar of f the company will wU also alsoput al alsoput
put In I a request requ for an increase Inca oomJY of wages wagesORGANIZE waC waCORGUIZE wagesORG4NIZE
Business Da ne Men of Evansville Enorle Unite tte to t totoot Pro Protect Po ¬
toot tet Themselves ThemselvesINDIANAPOLIS Teml TemlINIAILS ThemselvesINDUxapoue
INDIANAPOLIS INIAILS fed Id March Mrh 29 29With 29Withthree With Withthree Withthr
three thr boycotts by labor labr organizations orga oD In Inprogress Inprgr inprogress
prgr progress and a a threatened tbtene strike Irike by two twomore twomore twomore
more unions on April Ap 1 the he business bue men menof menof
of Evansville EVlnUe including includg merchants mrta manu manufacturers mu mutacurer wanufacturers ¬
tacurer facturers and ad other employers empSy of labor laborbave lbor lborhav laborhave
have determined to organize for self ¬
hav detere organi el pro protection pr protection
Itlon tection and Id a society Ilety ban h been b formed formedwith Iorme formedwith
with the special pl object obje of protecting protlna its itsmembers It Itmembers Itsmembers
members against the thebYU thebYUTo boycott boycottThe boycottThe
The To most mostxo vexatious movement Jvemen of or organized or orgzed organized ¬
gzed ganized labor has he been b in the tdon tbedlredtion direction of offorcing otforcg offorcing
forcg forcing the Evansville Eavlo Gas GuCmpy Os Company to togrant togrlt togrant
grlt grant Its Ie demands demnd by by ordering orerng metres m r out outif outof ut utof
of the be houses ho of all employers employenof of labor labormd labr labrand laborand
and If I the order Is not obeyed obeyo call cl the theemployees te teemploy theemployees
employ employees out on strike trlleBme Some of the thenanufaturers iliomuaturerl thernanufaturers
nanufaturers muaturerl have been bn forced lor to close closetheir cos closetheir
their plants because hecaUt of the strike IItrikeand and all alliave al albave illhave
have felt the need of an orgonlzatibn D for forprotection torproteion forprotection
ne orglzt
proteion protection agaInst nllt further encroachment encroachmentThe encrhment encrhmentThe
The officers omr of the theneworgzoD theneworgzoDnnounce now organization organizationinnounce organizationannounce
announce that they thy are arenot not opposed to tojnions t tounions
unions unonll but to their method of opp enforcing enorg enorgthir enforcingtheir
heir demands and that their
thir dem thir purpose purposes p
l Is s to protect prot both bh hot the business bUlnc Interests Interestsf Intmta
01 > f the city cty and nonunion nonuon men mn who desire desireo delre delreto
to o work More than th 100 Jo business bunO men mn are arelow a arenow
now members membr It I Is hoped hop to t include includeevery Icuo Icuoevory includeevery
city dlyORDERS cityORDERS every business bue man m of prominence pminenc in i the theRDERS th thecity
Then rt > the C F V Appoints Aplt a Committee maUte to toHelp toUlp toHelp
Help Striking Str10s Horsetnoers HorsetnoersThe HDor HorseshoerThe
The Te strike tre of the Journeymen J ueyen Horse Horseloers Hor oe oeshoers
aora shoers loers Union Unn for recognition rgition of the union unionbel uin uinlabel unionlabel
label bel caused el action aon to bo b taken take at yoster yosterays ysterdays fr frdar
dar days ays meeting metlne of the Central Ctr Federated FederatedJnlon Feer FedetjUnion
Union which if carried ce out ou will wU mean meanLrikes mMnstrikes
strikes le of a nearly nrrly all U the Ihetre trades in twenty twentyiree
thr three iree union ulonbrowfrlB breweries or 8uspnlonota suspension of all alliniona jl jlunions
unions nloD which wlch fail to order strikes strikesThere IIte IIteTre
4 There Tre is i no question quetJon of wages or hours hoursf hou hourof
of f labor in the strike srike of the horora hororaAn horseahoers horseahoersn
An n advance aToe of wagca wage wagwaa was granted gnte to them themscently iliemrnUy themrecently
recently rnUy by b the Master Mter Horaeshoers Horo The ThoTiko Te TeIa Thestrike
strike Tiko is to enforce elor recognition rltlon of a union unionbel unionlabel
uon uonlbel
lbel label bel which whch the te Master Mtr Horsesboers HJo refuseo refuse fu
to o recognize rJbU because a label lbl of their the own ownas o ownbaa
b baa as been b used u for years yearsDelegate yesreDelegate 1
Delegate Dete Kelly Eely reported rr to the C F U Ucfttarday Uynrr Uyesterday
yesterday ynrr for a committee oomto sent et to enlist enlisthe eUt eUttbe enlistthe
the he Influence luoe of the t owners owner of the te union unionirewerles unin uninbrer unlohbreweries
breweries brer on the sldo aid I of the striker er that thatle thatthe thatthe
the le brewers would woul not no Interfere Interereiht Interereihtwh Ins flght flghthlch ght ghtwhich
wh which hlch they th had nothing notc to do with wtb The Theelegato ThedOlegte Thedelegate
delegate dOlegte of the t borsesboers ho ho asked k that thatmmedlato thatImmeite thatImmediate
Immediate Immeite action aon he h taken e and ad a resolution dareolutlonthat a alluto resolutionhat
hat th the tat thea1Iteduflions affiliated unions unlon In the t a C C P U bo boordered beorer heordered
ordered to withdraw withrw their men from frm the thowentytbree thetwenlythr th thtwentythree
orer wentytbree twenlythr union uio breweries brer was carriod carriodmid carriociamid
mid applause applauseThe applauseThe
a The delegate of the th Horsesboers HorhoUnln HorhoUnlnrmked Union Unionemarked Unionremarked
remarked rmked Te that t this th would woul end e the th trouble troublen tuble tubleIn
In n two hours hu A damper daP was w thrown thw on onhe onilie onthe
the he project prj however hwefr by I Delegate Dl Holland Hollandt II
of t the Eccentric Elr Firemen Fma Union Unl who wh said saidI
I want wat to t report repor that t ray union ul l last lasttight tt ttnlpt lastnight
night tight unanimously Uloly voted oe to keep the th present nrosontontraot presentcontract rt rtcont
contract for Ita lt members mmhra employed In the thoirewertes thebreweries
cont breweries bmwCM The Te contract Mlt will wl mp not bo b broken brokoniy be brokenby te tebmwCM
by iy any ay sympathetlo lypttl strika strikaThens striksThere trikeTr
by There Tr was 1 a long I discussion dlulo and a oem ooronlttee nm nmmte oemraittee
nlttee was finally falllpplnt appointed appoInt to wait a wat on o the thonaster t themaster
master mte mter brewers and put the question quln of ofooperaUncwith ofoprat ofooopratingwilh
ooperaUncwith oprat lh th the strikers Irkra bsforo Jfor hem thetagtln hemgain hemaln
gain Action < o to bring b about but the th sympa sympahello ympsthetic
hello tbell strike tk U to U b deterred deer until uW all 1p other othorMans othermeans
Mans of a aMttomont It U Ilt lament In tim tl horaojhosrs horaojhosrsWARNING holoara holoaralavor horseshoerfavor I ohr ohrot
favor are r elhu elhuHAINIO 5ha135ts4 5ha135ts4WARWlli
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DeUaaUi Wolf of CijiarnialwV Union 0 0bsd 0e 0asked
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asked bsd e at t ywurdsys Mrd meeting III of lh I C CU C Con Contral
U tral U F t1t Eedsrsted dwste4 Union Ino If I a reply h 1 had 4 boon boonooivtxi a beepresolved
resolved ooivtxi od to t resolution rMII sent It rp to t President Prosidcntompers rdn Presidenttlompers
Oompr tlompers I ompers of Uw tu Aiu 41 4ueriean err rnin r reWo 7e4rstion 4 faUon of ofAlior ofJbor
Alior 1011 Ut t neok IH ttti rUI iaUInj > f for BUM martinis martiniso mlUn mlUnIQ
IQ If o d dl0l denouno now Judges JU1JI8 for or issuing Injunctions InjunctionsliiitH JunlR inJuniosesialitsi
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fQwer hist It are we ilo In eart Wholll whoH rn4r r J loaders loaderssly
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SiDjntr BmnrN N SWi March Mb 29 29Mzni T Mm H Mel Melthe Meib Meibthe
the wellknown wellknwn signer alger who ho has h iA be bn been n TUC TUCAustri visiting visitingAustralia visltln visltlnAustralia
Australia Austri her birthplace birthpla for Mm Im time tlmiwas tie tiewa timewas
was wa billed bUe to appear app at ata a farewell taUooncert taUooncertI conoei conoeiin concert concertin
in I Melbourne llelboue last night nt prior prr to starting CDilng foi foiEurope for forErop forEurope
Europe Erop but to the intense lnt dlsappolntmen dlsappolntmenof
of the public thooonortwa the ho concert was abandoned abandoneiowing abandonedowing b
owing to a disagreement dlgment between betwe Mme MmeMelb lie lieelba MineMelba
Melba elba and the manager mgo Mr M MusgroveThe Musgrove Musgve Musgve1e1Uer MuagroveThe
The 1e1Uer view latter said saidI explaining exlalnc the matter mate matterlnkn In I a an inter interview Interview Interview
I being bln responsible rponsible to the tl thepubliowlAed thepubliowlAedto public pubU wished wishedto we
to conduct ond ct the theoonCrt concert In Inr ray zn own ow way wayMme wayle waytme
Mme le Melba Melb wanted her way ay and a therefore thereforethe theeor
the t e concert ooncrtwas was impossible impossibleCKOWDS Iplble IplbleCROWDS impossibleCROWDS
Banquet DIDq and a Reception la Her Honor Hono a aMaya ar7 at atMaysguel
Maya Maysguel MaysguelApCfai rue ruesptetat r7 r7pufa
sptetat pufa CoSta CD DtifnUh D dtl It Tax Tl Strx StrxMATAQCKZ 31 SUXMATAGUES
MATAQCKZ Mnac P 1 I R March M 28rMiss 2 MM Alice AliaRoosevelt AUceRvtadth AliceRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rvtadth and andthn tho party accompanying bei beion her heron heron
on her hr tour of the t island Id arpyne rode re on onborbk onborbktay horseback horaebacltoday horsebacktoday
today tay from trm Yauco to San Sn German Gorn and aniSabana andBn andSabana
Sabana Bn la I Grande Gran AtSan AtB German Ge a re recoption r rcopton tecoption
coption copton was w tendered tenE11 Ip 14 Mls lq Mlss Roosevelti Rooseveltihonor Rvelt Rvelthonor Rooseveltshonor
honor and ad the school children chlldJn performed performeda pr re
a drill dl in the th theplaza plaza pl Oov Hunt addressed addressedthe addre addreIhe
the citizens cltlzna There Tere was wa wad also al a reception receptionand rpton rptonId receptionand
Sabana la Grande GrandeFrom GrandeProm
and Id speechmaking lI at Bia Grde GrdePm
From Pm the theltter thelitter latter town twn the t partyproceeded partyproceededby pypred pypredb party proceeded proceededby
by b tlnto train to this thlllotT city where h r almost amOt the theentire theenUr theentire
entire enUr population turned tuo turnodout out t io t welcome wloom the thePresidents theP thePrie
P Prie Presidents Idedts ddt pton e daughter dbl The he e Maypt Myr gave gve a abanquet abatiquet I
banquet bqut in her he honor boor andthere id and there thererpton was a areception areceptIon
reception rpton at the Casino Cl tonight tonightEXCUSES tonht tonhtBXCUSBSDI tonightEXCUSES
London In Paper Ppr B 8e oeat at Think fO J inter Ite Ite1W Interjw
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LONBOK LNK fc Mirth SO MThe The Standard 8tlMr In an aneditorial a aeltorl aneditorial
editorial eltorl this tI morning rng excuses ex Admiral AdmiralDewey Adr AdrDewey
Dewey Dwe1 forthe f rilie 19r statement itatmentmeby tatementniado made by him hl in inhis Inhlart Inhis
his hlart recent recent1nervio Interview s lew and a andsayitdoes says fYl it dO does not notgoe notathe notseethe
athe seethe goe the Importance lporce which whl whi h some orne e Germans Germansattach Gern Gernatah Germansattach
attach atah to his h remarks remarksBut rmark remarksBut
But It adds add if I President Pdent Roosevelt Rooseveltdecides Roolvet Rooseveltdecides
decides dode to make me an a unofficial unoft l statement ittment to toBaronSpeck 10BnJpkTonS toBaron
BaronSpeck BnJpkTonS Baron pock von Sternburg rbu I the German Germanrepresentative Gr Grrprntatv Germanrepresentative
rprntatv representative at Washington W tnbe be will wl be beperforming beror beperforinlngan
performing ror an act ctof of t international ltmUon polite politeneaa plt politenoes
neaa ne wbichall whica thick all educatedGermans educt educated Gem Oernana Wl will 111 not notfall notfall
fall to apprecUtq apprecUtqSTATUE appreClt4ST41UZ PP PPsArUE
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Gladstbn Oladst n p which hI h Parliament PUet authorized authorizedto auhorz
to be b placed pllnWutmwt In Westminster Abbey has hasjust buJUt hasjust
just JUt keen te erected er In th the north Dorh transept transeptH trp
H I occupies OCplN a prominent position Fosltlot osItIo between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweenthe
the statue tt of ofR Robert R er art Peel el and a Lord Sea Beaconsfield S Seaconsfield
consfield cenfld and ad anc fills A 1is the last ll remaining remlnlng space spaceavailable IIp spaceavallsbietor
avallsbietor available vblef fora futdlns a standing ettu statue In the tran transept t transept ¬
sept septIt spt septIttsofwblte
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work wrk Tb Tepor The sculptor was w Thomas nom Brock BrockR BrockRA StockRA g
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PARIS 111S March M h 29 29It It Is reported reporte that thatady thatLy thatLady
Lady Ly Granville Grvie Oord Gordon n wife or otIJrd Lord Oran OranIlle Orn Ornvle Grinvilla
vle villa Ille Oordbn GoTbnw whose ollO recent rnt confessions oor onl on onhe ontbe onthe
the he witness mtelUd witnessetandin stand in I London L on In a suit brought broughtiy
by iy her former lorer hus husband > and Eric Gordon Grdon to tocover torer torecover
rer recover cover the tle custody cstody of his child caused c a ansatlon aInUon asensation
sensation InUon and ad ted Je ed to the cancellation onOllUon can eilstion of f her herreeentation herprn herpresentation
prn presentation reeentation Uont at court oo r after ater which hloh she e fled fledFrance lod lodto flodto
to > Fr France with wili the tbecld thechild child Is en enrt enroutn route to the thenlted theUnt thetnltI
Unt tnltI nlted States aI or Is about abut to t J sail sailMAD e1 e1MAD sailJ sailMAD
l Said t t nave nye Evaded Ee BrltlA Bl Expedition Expeditionand Epuo
and U Kef ecd ebed e Freodh Fr Territory TerritorySptcUl Tetory TetorySdl Territoryspent
spent Sdl CM Ca flupaU1IIO JMp lt Hk T Tn SCX SCXAPEK SQ 3c 3cApnx
APEK March arch nIt I I 11 reported rpt that the thetad theld theMad
Mad ld tad Mullah MuU Mh against plthm whom hcm the th British Britishre Brtl Brtlare Britishare
are re operating opratle In Scmaliland malad mailanci baa ed to torench 10Foh toFrench
French Foh territory territor If Utls this Is I true tr It may mays mlYb maybe
b be s regarded rcarf as equivalent eulvaent to the th failure failurerf faUu faUuof failureof
of rf the British expedition expeditionRELIEF e expe4ItlonRPLIEF
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Mf uooe oeeee Arrears Ar e of f Taxes Have ae Been BeenvCaeeUd lnn lnnC Beencnaeeud
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ST PimiBUBO PJ March H MrOn 2O result resultif rult rultof resultof
of if the measures uujes outlined outln for th th the relief rlt of ofhe ofth ofthe
th the he t peasant pta in to th the Csar Caa famous rmW mini manlesto m minifeoto
18 feoto esto to 1t that about t67ieooeo S7o arrears a of ofM o eftaaee
t taaee M have hv been b ap cancelled oOU besides bd 118000 118000owing 1110 15000 15000owingto
0 owing owKto owingto to the th district dlrio authcrltle authrll being beingken bln blnta beingtaken
ta taken ken over by b th t the central CtrIYmn CtrIYmnVil government governmentKVSSIA governmentRUSSIA
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LONDON L March M h 10 30it yi despatch d t to th thkronicU te teOArl the theChronicle
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deIde decided cldd not no to to extradite utrelt th t the Jw J Ooerti Gor Gorwh Ooertswho Ooertiho
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battle Snow ow on In the Rutland Rutld County Cou Coubetween Court Courtbetween
between btl th te the principal inc1paI employers emploYlf of lab labin l labor laborin r rI
in btwn I thi t city dt a and pp the labor unions unionawU unloniwill will la laanother last lastanother
another ano er week weekTh weekThoae ek ekT
Th T Thoae case is l8on Jsonercd on erod on n th thed the docketastbe docketastbeF docket k ttbe ttbeF tl tlF
F R R Patch pth Manufacturing Muaurin nufactutingOornpany r Company Cmpany 01 01Rld ofRutland
Rutland Rld T Tent vort ru Frotection Ptton Lodge Ll No31 No31International No No31InteeMlionsi I IJtOI
International Aoclation Ala on of Machinist Machinistand Mnt MOhlnIst4and
and aUempl JtOI the company brings brp suit uft for r r W Wfor 10ror 10000 10000for >
for dan r1Mges age Alleged to have been caus causby caused causedki <
by the t ttrildng ir ae machinist lolta xpachlnlst who Vho hoa are men menAer memo memora mornBers
Aer Bers ra of th he Prptection Ptton Lodge LodgeThe Lg LodgeThe
The strike le trik tk began bi on o May My 11 12It lilt an anis and andla
is lirW still tin fl Th T company compy secured acr enoug enougnonunion enou enouDQuon enough enoughnonunion
nonunion DQuon men mn nie to do the work > of the 2C 2Cor 200 200om
or or 1 so o men menwhoitrc who struck and has continue continueto contipued contipuedto
to to fill IUor order There Tr have hv been bn no negc negctiatlona negotItlonawhat
tiatlona tUOt tItlonawhat whatever whevr ver for nearly nine nne months monthsToo monthlT monthsThe
Too T striker lr and their tr sympathizers sympathlzethave sympathizershive
have v don don everything g in I their ther power por accord according at accordLug
Lug t6 their own testimony to hinder hdr hlnderartd hlnderartder ant antemtStrrasa
emtStrrasa I e er lrrasethe t ther th t owteatmnyto Patch Path company TBey Ter have havinduced bneInduoed haveInduced <
induced workmen to oompY leave le the employ o othe 01 01t ofthe
the t company Dtpy worn and ad have boycotted boytt boyoottedthe Hte the com companyf comy cornpanf
panyf product productWhen pr productsWhen <
When We y the th suit was brought over one hun hundt hundied nun nundred
died writs writ wera weriseerved served on the memben membenf membetef
dt f the the union uio wr Every ver Iere piece pie of availabuproperty available availableproperty I bl blpro
property pro y belonging beloD g to any member memberatache waiattached was wasattached
attached atache and th the e lawyerdsay lawyer lwen say that tht if I the thiPatch thePatch
Patch Company wins Its case c it can c recover recovoits rvor rvorIll recoverits
CmPy w
its Ill money from frol from this property
It I Ithas baa been b bard b to proJrty got hold of the officer officerof of ooeraof ra raof
of any of the local lol gt unions unlon nearly nely all a1 o othem ot otthem ofthem
them ay having hve skipped out of the t State StateThe Stt StsteThe
The Tert records of sipp levry very union In the t ect ectooverinK < cit citcovering city citycovering
covering the th past pa It t year 6 have hav disappeared disappearedalthough dlp disappearedalthough
although altoUh they ty have hve been bn demanded deman db7 db7the by bythe bythe
the court courtCHICAGO courtCIIIC400
sre Strike an e April Apl1 1 May Stop Ail AilWor Work WorkBig > 0 0Big
Big Br Buildings BuildingsCmcAoo DuUdn DuUdnC ItuildingsCnzcioo
CmcAoo C March Mrh 20 2Strl 29Strikes Strikes < Involving Involvinover Involvg Involvgovr Involvingover
over ovr 11000 11 workmen orken and affecting aeolni seve sevedifferent Iv coven covendifferent n ndlern
different dlern branches brchN of Industry are arethreat arethreaton threat threatencd threaten
encd en iI on 0 Wednesday Weneoy morning unless leM em employer em emploer eelployer ¬
ployer ploer nuko mko concessions ooncloD of shorter IIhorer hours hoursof h mdursof ura uraof
of labor haboiand and 4d higher highr wages Wgll before bfor thai tl time timeTha timeThe
The T unions ulol demanding demandg bolter bterteml term are arethose ar ate atethose
those tho of th h he bridge brg and structural rrurJ iron ironworkers Irn Irnorkor io ioorkors1ho
workers orkor orkors1ho the < teamfUten eamftltel bakers bakeratulera bakeratuleraand tanners tannersand anners annersand
and curriers ol beer b wagon drivers drieruphol drierupholerra uphol upholsierer upholerers
sierer erra erers and furniture turltur workers workersAt workel >
At a a special specialmoeting meeting rtlng of the th structural structuraliron strul strulIn structuraliron
iron In workers wrtra lpl this th afternoon afenloon it i was decided decidedto deided deidedto
to present prnt an ultimatum ufUmtum to the thooontr contractors contractorstomorrow contractorstomorrow
tomorrow tomrw demanding demdln an Increase Ic In Inwages Inwa 1nwages
wages wa from SO td t 00 cents an hour with wth the theAlternative Lo LoIt thealternative
Alternative It of otageneral a general ral strike 8trke on the ox expiration oxpttln oxplratlon ¬
piration pttln rtve of the th present prnt agreement acment on Tues Tuesday T Tuesday ¬
day Cy night Contracts Coutr involving Involvg minions minionsof mnon millionsofdollsrswlll
of ofdollsrswlll dollars doll will bo betied tied te up should lbuli shonldthe the th Iron Ironworkers In Inworkel ironworkers
workers workel Walk alk wl out as u they thy have control cntrol of otth the theKeel theisteel II
Keel el construction conrcion industry Idutr in Chicago ChicagoFor tlco QdcagoFor I
For th the lost three thr months month meetings mtp have havebeen hv havebeen
been bn held between beten committees commlte represent representing reprnt reprntIne representlag ¬
lag the th Bridge and Structural Strucurl Iron Workers WorkersUnion Worker WorkersUnion
Union Unn and the Irort ld League Lagth Leaguethe the contractors contractorsassociation cntrora cntroraallUonbu contractorsassociationbut
association allUonbu associationbut but no n agreement acmnl could be bereached beaoh bereached
reached reachedA aoh aohA
Sporting 8rtIs Good GoHanulcuroll Manufacturer Joint Mrs MrsTingle 35 35S
S Tlle Tingle s Institution insUtutionSail InstitutionSAN nmuIO
SAN 8 FaiKCtseo FNc8 March Mh 20 29A A G Spald Spalding S Splding ld ldinC
ing former fore b baseball magnate magnfhJole magnatehas has joined joinedMrs joinedMrs
Mrs Katharine Ktha Tingleys ngleyIITelpbc Thebsophical ThebsophicalSchool TlieoeophicnlSchool
School BoolatP6Igtm at Point P lpt Loras according to advices advicesfrom lv advicefrom
from fm San B Diago D Mr M acrng Spalding Spn married marriedMrs marriedMrs
Mrs M Ellssbeth EbCurchl Churchill Maier Mr who h ha hacharge b has hascharge
cr charge of bis I 11 Conservatory Cnntr of l Musio Muo and andIs ad ada andIs
Is an a ardent arnt theosophlst tbpht She induced Iu him himto hm hmto
to 4 leaso ase ground lund inside Ide of the th community corunty
boundaries b 8 and build bl a pretty house hou over overlooking 0rIlng overlooking
a pty
Ilng looking the theocer ocean Q Then Ten she Induced Iuc him to toattend t toattend
atend attend the th meetings mtnp of the community communityand oopunity oopunityand
and be became b greatly Catly interested Intel in the thework th thework
work wrk done by Mrs M Tingley Tngly He said whon whonasked whonuked whoaasked
asked if I he wa rn a thcosophistI theosophist thtph1 t s
1 am la I the sense InllO that I am a in sympathy sympathywith apt sympathywith
with tho work done dne by thin thl society Itr at atwhose atbO atwhose
whose bO head Is I Katharine Kthn Tloglpy 1ele1 I am amespecially a insespecially
especially Interested in the educational educationalwork e iucatlonalwork
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work they ar ar are doing for children chidren I find findhero 1d 1dhere findhero
hero at tJ Point Loma Lma many educated educted cul cultured cI cIt cultund ¬
tured people ppl th the equals ul of and perhaps perhapssuperiors perhap perhapssuperior
superiors lu t rora to any ay I ever met mt a anywhere anywhereIf
anyhero anyheroI
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theosophlst thesphllt Iam Ia Ifn perfectly pretly willing wlng to stand standfor sa standfor
EpIO Explosive plotlv e Wad to t Be Set St Off O men Nn NnLnloo Nontlo Fonunion
union tlo Men lf Were ee at a Work WorkClUBLMTod WorkCRMtLEa7o4 ork orkCJoJ
ClUBLMTod W Va V March MahnlDputy MahnlDputyUnC Marclv2Deputy Marclv2DeputyUnited JO Deputy DeputyJnttcd
United UnC CJoJ Stated Si Marshals Na Don Da Cunningham Cunningluunnd Cn gbam gbamand
and nd Walter Waltr JSuipmers f unmers mer returned relurnodthl roturnedthts thb morn mornwhere momiVI mornIg
iVI Ig from Raleigh elll counlwbere county where they theybers theyated theyarrested
arrested tour meber mentbers bers of the band bd of strik strikrs strk strkor atrikera
ated era rs who tookrpart took in the Adklnsvllle AdklnllvUe and andItanaford andStafor andStanaford
Itanaford or riots rota p They tell of otaremarkbl a remarkable remarkablelot remarkableplot
plot Stafor lot allegt < d to have been bn made by the thbtrikers thotriken thestriker
striker ael In In th thl the Arbuckle Abucklo Creek Ck m4 Fayette Fayetteounty Fayete Fayetecunt Fayettecounty
county cunt fl field fieldAt Id IdAt IdAt
At meetings metn of the th strikers strikrland and the thenlnen tbem theminere
nlnen union on on March M4h 0 I and It they t y nay nayt IY IYIt sayit
m l the mouth of ofhodrtft atth oftbedrtft
It it t was w planned pl to dynamite drnte themutll
hodrtft mine of W V P Rend Rendone one of the tlieargest thelargest
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largest th df st operators o mne ratra In the field ftld at a time timeThen tle tlewhn timewhen
1 Then the e largest IJ number nurobr of miners wnl were wereit wereYcung ere ereat
at it work workJamM wrk wrkJamB
JamM JamB Young Toue a miner In the tIIeEplo1 employ of ofhe ofte ofthe
the he Rend company DnEr makes makC affidavit afddt to the thepith th thetPuth
pith te of the theetory oompT story that not only was w a flan flanari plan planirranged planarranged
tlth arranged to dynamite dyamie the mines but 0 an anittack anattack n natt
attack ari upon the th mine guards was w mn to be b made madeiy mde mdeby madeby
att by iy a large forcaof lortltikera forcecfstrtkers strikers gars fully Illyl ftsliyrmed ftsliyrmedDEATH fermed fermedDEATH
W V MeKean MtHrn of f the Philadelphia Ptadtl la Pnblle PnblleIedger PIUo PIUoIAIe PubtieLedger
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PBiUDiLrau PILDELHI March Mc 20 29William William wu Tin Tinrat TI Yincent
ot cent rat McKcan MoK chief ol editorial eioria writer wrler of the theivftirtr theIfir theII3rjlIirrr
ivftirtr Ifir during durlg the Civil Chi ivi1 War Wa for more morelan mr elom elomthan
t than lan twenty years a edltoruiKshlef etorlnhle of the theiMic ll thePublic
P Public > iMic Ltdger Igcr and for half hal a century Ontu proml promlently prt prendneatly
neatly identified ldnt ed with lh lth newspaper r work orkld orkldpublo and andubllo adpuhllo
publo puhllo ubllo affairs al11 In this dty newp and Washington Washingtonted Wulnao Washingtondied
died ted Hits thl morning at his hl home 200 2 00 w West WestLotan rt rtin
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on Dee S 110 H 111 lIe was editor oltr of th thrational th the theNational
rational NatJon D Altnanao Abn Record rd for 18A4pub 18A4pubIsbed 1M4publiabod 1ub 1ubll
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possibilities possibllitiesofthese of these dainty printed printedfabrics printedfabrics printedfabrics
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Takes T There at 4 oclock oet mIne taUleMllrn1os taUleMllrn1osIII Morning Morningla
la lnMU Zasns > Pavilion PavlUcnSamuel Pa1UenSamuel PavilionSamuel
Samuel Arnsteln a young Columbia Columbiastudent Columbiatudent Columbiastudent
student who is the son of Sigmund Ama Arnsteln AmteIn Amastein
stein a diamond merchant of 71 East Sew Seventyseventh Beventyeeonili Sewentyeeventh ¬
entyseventh street was taken to Belle Bellevue Dellevue Bellerue
vue at 4 oclock yesterday morning m omln and put putn
n the insane pavilion pavilionbecome paviUOIIMr pavilionMr
Mr Amateln said aldlaet last night that tIne boy bo1had boyhad
had become I1I highly < hly nervous ae the e8 resi1t resi1tof t tof
of o overwork rworklnhJ in hi studies and had at lut lutbooome Instbecome
become 111 He took his son to Dr Cor Cornelius CornoHua Curnehius ¬
nelius Hirsch ch of 62 East Sixtyfourth SI IIourth street streetat
at 190 A M yesterday terda and Dr Hirsch ad advised advieed advised ¬
vised that the boy be sent to the hospital hospitalPoliceman hospitalpoliceman hospitalPoliceman
Policeman J B OConnell was called in inOn InOn inOn
On the way out tbe boy ran avrnyehoutlngto avrnyehoutlng away shouting shoutingIll
Ill not go Into antleldlI me1 they tried triedto
to kill metwlceandl me twice and I wont ont go goln golnDr goinDr in inDr
Dr Hirsch said the boy would auld be re removed removed memoved ¬ I
moved to toa a sanitarium today todayMr lodaytlr todayMr
Mr Beach DearhRan nan Ills Auto Too Fast FastWilliam FtW FastWilliam
William W lJamBoach Beach of id 1West West Fiftyeighth Fiftyeighthstreet Fiftolghtbstreet
street was arrested on Riverside avenue avonuoat
at Ninetieth street yesterday on a charge chargeof
of running his < automobile too fast Tho Thepoliceman Thopoliceman Thopoliceman
policeman who wholarrelted arrested him said he was wasridin w wHdlngattwentyml1ellan wasridin
ridin Hdlngattwentyml1ellan B gat at twenty miles an hour hourCraneytoRefereeCorbettMoBovern hourGraneto hourGraneyto
Graneto CraneytoRefereeCorbettMoBovern Reft Kcree > rteCorbeltItGoum Fight FightSAX Flpt8AN FightSax
SAX FIUSCJSCO March Z9 gU At s meeting meetlnrtonlaht m meetingtonlzht Unlr UnlroonlJrht
tonlaht at llarry IIrr > Corb CorbeU UV representatives representativesof
of both Terry Mclovern and nd Voune Corbett Corbettm CorLett1IWt Corbetttnt
m tnt t snd nd elected Ieettd Eddie Irnncy 1ronl of San Fran Franclnoo Francll1OO Francisco
cisco tp referee rerM next Tuesday nights flffht flffht7ranrr lrht lrhtlrlLnp ghtkansy
7ranrr i is very rYwell well wellknown known to nil sportu portltand portltandI nnd nndI
I is ron considered lderf ldeNd > d trustworthy tru torthy and competent competentthe compet t tHII
His selection pul puts in nnd end to all repor reports ot otthp ofthe
the rent bcln being fa 1IXfd 1IXfdfcOorn flxsdMcGovern d dws
fcOorn tool tlun things I8 easy today as It Itwas Itwas
was ws rainy and dlsfre dIAa dIsagreeable bl blp lie has cut out outparrtnc Olltparlnl outstarring
starring s ac IJ be I II afraid of hurting lii his lmnd lmndno hilndHt lisndII
no II it t In the pink of condition and told lil liltralnrr Ids hlMtralnrr Idstrainrr
tralnrr that hefelt he frt ntronecr and qtitchrr qtitchrrthtn Qutc1crthan qsstckerthin
than tt any time since he fought IrdUrPslmer IrdUr ledlsrPslrner dlar dlarPalmer
Palmer Terrrs trainer Mrs thit Trrry Trrryto TrnfIhI2 Tsrrrsighs
fIhI2 sighs 124f pounds und and nd that be could reduce rfduCfto
to 130 pound polin U It wan W5 demanded Kroin Kroinappesranoes lrotnaprsrance rorn rornap
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weighed 1111 pounds f ft t la feared t hat he hewill
will 11 have to Sweat eat 0 oft a couple or pound JIOllndathe n nthe
the last d day > and thflfbl thsreby weaken alIn hlma himself himselfCorbett r rCorbet
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