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4 it < C It y Tkeat tho theCU1 th City1 Expert on Rabl RablHe RabIN RabINHe RsbteiI
I He fin m the DUease II preadln preadlnniptdi p pdJflE4i ns nsnt
4i niptdi nt 1t1tld1YDu lcIJ Tbu Cant Tell When ben a Do DoHas Dos DosIlu DogIIu
Has It ItAch1oe Att > 1ce to Illtten Penoni PenoniTit PmoruDr PtIOflD
Tit D William R Pryor PrTorol of ft 1 West Eighty Eightyfourth Elghtfourth
4 fourth f6urthstre st reft tbawdttenaettertoTUBU1 has written a letter to TUB 801 801la BtnfI
9 I h1 la which hlch he declares dcclreelhat that It would be bcttefoe better bettertOlthl betterf0
foe tOlthl f0 thi city olt to revert to the old systen systenf syltemof
4 f ofUcMed oI dog d dogcctohers iatohers bad u it Itu Itutbi was wasthaitbdontlnue wut
thaitbdontlnue tbi t it 4ntinuetocfopend Oobtinue todepend to ep nd on the effort effortof effortsof ffortaof
of the Society 8odot for the Prevention of Crueltj Crueltjto Crueltto
I to Animals to ke keep p the streets tree free from fronunlicensed Iromwsll fromUflhtOSnMd
unlicensed wsll tllMd dogs dogsThe dOlne dosflae
The principal difficulty under the Ih thpreent thpreentI preoen preoen8V8C pletlel1t pletlel1ts
I 8V8C s sysV1in m h bs arguos ls I tliatthe society has tuunojDotive huQZDotive hasnomoth
nojDotive to look after the ownerless dogsandthere q dogs 4ogsI gl
01 I andthere ad there is where wherethtl the greatest grente t danger dangeifront dangerIroMrable11M dangerfroM
front IroMrable11M rabies lies liesAn Ze ZeI
I An I understand It writes Dr Pryor Pryorthe PrTortheeoelety Fryotthe
the theeoelety society receives IN a portion of the fln fino finoImpo finoS <
S 1 impoaed Impo dupon upon the owner of any dog who whcbaa whobaa whobaa
baa not secured a license It Is manifest manifestunprofitable manifestly manilestlyUIIprol1table manifestlyunprotabje
unprofitable to arrest ownerlesn dogs dogsThe dogThe dogsThe
The oommunlty oirlmunlt at largo has begun to be believe b0t beHave ¬
t Have that commendable oomm ndable aa has been the theworkof thowork thework
workof work ot this aociety ocI dl In tbe thepast St it has ha at atleast at atJeut atS
S least been bw > n reearlt eaJ1t to its obligations loth lothcommunityinthUbneregard to the thooonununltylnthls thecommunity
communityinthUbneregard oonununltylnthls community in tlils oi l1 r iard Not only onljdo onlydotie onlyI
I do dotie a this tbl neglect i gIot tend t te D to the spread ol olrable 01 01io
io rable butavm b btit YLsl a casual observer oh erer can canV s sin see seeIn
V p in any vacant vac ntIot lot evidences ot the rapid rapidIncretsoin rapidi aplda
i a Incretsoin IncretID tb ttsnbngreI > in mongrel ngrel dogs of the theclty thecltyDrPl7ora1 city cityDr
1 Dr DrPl7ora1 PryoYalao o nays that if lIthe the soclctj soclctjisnt aoc1ct aoc1ctInt sodetyS sodetyint
Int able bIota to perform the police function oj ojgathering oJ oJftAth q
S 5 gathering ftAth ng upthn p1h stray dogs dogilit It should admit ndmtlthe Mmltthe admitthe
the fact and delegate that function to the thedty thechy theA
A city In that thtoplnJon opinion he Is I backed up by byDr byDr byDr
Dr Pollen Cabot of tho bacteriological bacteriologicaldepartment bacteriologicaldepIU1ment bacteriologicaldepa
department depa men of the Board of Health the thedtyn thecltYI theS thec1ty
S dtyn c1ty expert on rabies rabiesRnblra rablelRnbIf8JB rabiesRniks
Rnblra RnbIf8JB to becoming more and more moreprevalent moreprevftlent moreprevitlent
prevalent In Inth this city every cry year said Dr DrCalwr Drr
11 Calf yesterday and tho city clt government governmenta governmentshould
a Mould do something to stamp it out We Wehave Weban Wehave
have the he law but It Isnt enforced and there therehave thorehl therenot
have hl not yet been enough lives lost to tonrouM tooUM tornouse
nrouM oUM public pu tet 110 opinion into demanding demandingreform demandingreform demandingS
S reform reformLondon reformLondon reformLondon
London has had Its experience One Onehundred Oneburdred Oneburdred
burdred and twentyseven persons died diedof diedof diedof
of rabies there in a single flln l year and there therewere therewere therewere
were thousand tho aandl of cases among the dogs dogsAfter dOliArter dogsAfter
After that year oor tho authorities woke up upacd upsad I Iand
and did something Every ownerless dog
t In the t city was killed Every other dog was wasput wa waI waeI I
I < put under strict quarantine for six weeks weeksand week8andw8wtchfd weeksa
a and andw8wtchfd was watched from from tbno to time for six sixmonths sixmontha Ix Ixmonths
months AH AHaresultthorabicswasstalupcd AHaresultthorabicswasstalupcdout a result re ult the rabies waa stamped stampedout wnpodII
II out 1A IJ London LondonWo LondonWe LondonS
S Wo should do the th same thing In this thl city elt cityi
1 The capture end merciful destruction of ofowneries otownelleM ofowneiless
owneries dogs that run wild in the th streets etreetsand etreetand streetssad
and breed mongrels by the hundreds should shouldbe IIhoudbe rhoudbe
be a dally duty performed rlormed wIder the three direction threetioti ¬
tion 110 of the city clt In some parts of the town townyou townOU townyou
you OU can find a score colJ of such dogs In half halfan ballan halfan
an hour hourThe hourThe hourThe
The Bergh nocloty Oclet does not do tho work workIt workIt workIt
It Caters too much to tho false taL < e sentiment sentimentwhich sentimentwhich sentimentwhich
which says Dont kill the poor little doggy1 doggy1and dOilY dOilYand doggyand
and forgets for < < eta the more important life of the thepoor theOOr thepoor
poor OOr little child The society U I active on ontho ontho ontho
tho dog question only on tho 1st of May Maywhen 11ywh Maywhen
when wh n licenses are duo and then it Ignores Ignoresthcdoga IInoreth Ignoresthodogs
thcdoga th dop which have no owners to collect collectfrom collectfrom collecth1s
from fromIf
fromthis If this h1s city will see to the killing kilUn of all allthe allthe allthe
the ownerless1 dogs and then compel all alltho alltho
5 tho owners to keep their dogs In leash 1 I 8h and andmuzzled andm andInW2led
muzzled m for six months wo will get rid of ofthe 01I
I S the danger dangerAe danaerj
j S Ae to the treatment that should follow followthe lollowth foUowthe
the th blteof blto fadolC a ado dog Dr DrOibot Cabot bot said that too toomuch toom tooS
S much m ch str stress M could CoU1c not be laid on the im importance ImporlAnce Importance ¬
portance of cauterization cauterizationThe CAuterizationWOUDd
The wound he said ahould be first firstsurgically ftntor trsturfrlcally
surgically or y cleansed c1parl ed and then cauterized cauterizedwith cauterizedwit cauterizedwith
with wit nltrioi nltri acid The sooner the better of ofcourse 01ooone ofwee
course wee but any an time within fortyeight fortyeightSome torty fortyeighthours llht llhthourw
hours Is better than not at all allSome allSom
Some people ple make the mistake of think thinking thinkIn8 thinkmg ¬
ing that if the wound Is not cauterized cauterizedat
at once o the precaution may a u well be beomitted beomit beomitted
omitted omit That Is a groat mistake Tho Thopoison ThopolllOn Thepoison
poison Is s not wrried ed through the system systemi systemby
S i by the blood but I1Y the nervous system systemfrom systemS retemand
and It remains localized from twentyfour twentyfourre
S to fortyeight hours before re it is distributed distributedat dJstrlbutedaL
at all 11 The treatment with virus nIA of course courseshould cour ecurseS e eshould
S should follow followAnother tallowAnother followAnother
Another popular mistake ia I that dogs dogsare dogaare dogsare
are moat subject to rabies In summer The Theheat Thehet Theheat
heat has nothing to do with It Dogs may mayhave mayhlTe mayhare
have fits in Inthe the summer and froth at the themouth thomouth themouth
mouth but there Is I no danger in that thatAnother thatAnother thatS
S Another thing not generally known knownis
is I that the form of ruble in a dog which whichmanifests whichmanJle
5 manifests manJle t Itself by the furious antics of ofthe ottho ofthe
the bea beset t Ia I the unusual form There are aremany aremany areI
I many more dogs with rabies which are areorutratlon arepracifcally arepractically
practically paralyzed rllryzed and make no dem demorutratlon demonstration
orutratlon Their bite Is lust as dangerous dangerousas
as that of the dog readily recognized d as asmad aamad asmad
mad and they are the more dangerous dangerousbecause dangeroWlbccal18O dangerousunsuspected
because unsuspected unsuspectedThe
The extent of the wound make no differ difference dlftercnoe differcoos ¬
coos It la S the place that should be taken takenfirst takentint talcertfirst
first Into consideration A bite on the face faceis fceI faceIs
is I the most dangerous and it should not be beignored beII1I0red beIgnored
ignored even if it itw ia considered as a more morescratch moreecratoh morescratch
scratch scratchOrerln ecratohOverln scratchOverIn
Orerln Brooklyn there Is an antilicense antilicensemovement antlnoenaemOMlt antilicensemoyemsnt
movement and John O Farrell a dog owner ownerof ownerof
of 409 40 Bergen street is going to make a aUt at ated
Ut t case cUe In the courts Ha baa retained retainedAssistant retainedAMlitant retainedAssi
Assistant Assi tnntDistrict District Attorney Robert H Elder Elderto
to see If he can bo compelled oom lI d to pay a license licensefee lIoenlMlfee licensefee
fee to t the th American Society for the Pre Prevention PreveaLlon Prevention ¬
vention of Cruelty to Animals AnimalsTEffSaUNt AnIm AnhnIsTZNSIIUN1 I8 I Itil
til
TEffSaUNt TB SllVNI FALL IN SAID COP COPT COPAnd
T 1 1At1d
5 And Sixty IX1 National Guardsmen Marched MarchedAfter IarchedAfter ard1eduur
After Him to the Station StationSixty StaUontT statIon8txti
Sixty tT members of Company L Fourth FourthItegiment FourthRellment FourthRegiment
Regiment N 0 N J came cameto to grief In InMontioello InMontloeUo inMonticello
Montioello avenue Jersey City Clt early yes yesterday Yf Yfterda yesterctay ¬
terday terda morning while returning retumln from cole celebrating 0010bratlnc colebrating ¬
brating the election of company officers officersPoliceman otlloeraPoUoeman olceraPolloeman
Policeman Devine who saw one on of the dtl dtlsea cttisan citiS citisoldiers
sea soldiers projected by several of his hisfellows blale11Olll hisfellows
S fellows through a show window of Frank FrankBtirese FrankStlrel FrankSWeep
SWeep Stlrel store ato at Montioello avenue and andAstor andAater andAstor
Astor place blew his bI call whistle and took tookcommand tookcommand tookS tookcommand
command of the thecompany company compy He a was re reenforced r toenforced
S enforced enlor by b Policemen Polcmen Brown Drow Je and Ad Caprio Capriowho Cprtowh Capriowho
who wh assisted U1 him Jm in carrying CI out the orders ordersto ore ordersto
r to fall In 1 ThsBOldlers Th8ldler were marched marche two twoby twobr twoe
e by two tw to t the Fourth precinct prct station stationwhere stationwhere I Iher
where her they tbe were lined lne up in I front frnt ataton of the tbeserjteantB theerJtl thesergeants
sergeants desk deskEvery dtlakEf7lwore deskEvery
erJtl Every Ef7lwore man wore an injured Iur and Innocent Innocentlook Iont Iontlokce innocentlook
look lokce None had the augment alrhtOt Idea Ide who whobroke whobrok whobroke
broke brok the th show window and all al avowed avowedthat avwed avwedtt avowedtaat
sow
that hadnt been guilty of
tt they hnt bn gllt any a pushing pusig pushinga
a Major Mjor H H Brlnkerhoff Brnkerhoff had a talk t k with withthe withthetrkeepr withthee
the thetrkeepr storekeeper and ad assured him hm that the theboys theb theboys
Ur
boys b would pay for the damage da If I he would wouldlet wouldleL would1etUpon
1etUpon let up en n them Uem py Stlres Btlr said Id he wasnt wasntanxlou wut wutaloul wasntS
S anxious 1U tod todlprivotheboof to prlvetheboysof the pleasure pleasureof ploure ploureot
aloul of Sleeping alepli in comfortable cmorble beds bl at home homeprovoked homeand borneand
and pmH promised to mk make BO complaint complaint Tl Tlprovok This Thisprovoked
provoked provok loud 10udchNrg cheering I ITe
The Te soldiers aldJors filed Ne out of the station ataton house housedeoorously houaederly housedooreuy
deoorously derly and a conducted cnduc themselves therln like lke lkea liket
t a let 01 Bundyehol undayechooi bo boys aU the wa wahor way
hor bote
hor1lf 810 1lf SMOKESTACK 8VOKSTACK MOVED MOVEDIts NOVEDItF MOVEDIts1Ft
Its ItF Its1Ft VeVF f t Journey oume Practically Pe caUr Completed CompletedintcJuand Complete Completedquicksand
quicksand < nleand Bridged BridgedOBJLSOB Drdle liridiedOwoi I
OBJLSOB VALLEY VU N J April Apr 10 10To 10Towk 10The 10Thetask The Thetaak
task of moving the 110foot loIot steel 81 smoke smokestack amke smokestack ¬ I
stack ak In Ith inj tho Berg Bg works work in Orange Org Valley Valleywas Vaey Valleywas
was 11 practically pracly finished fnJAo today toa and the thejob theJob thejob
job U apparently appnty successful uOul Engineers EngineersMartin Eglnl EngineersMartin
Martin Mrin and ad Camp Cmp bridged brldgo over a bed b of ofquicksand 01qucklc ofquicksand
quicksand qucklc that lay In their thtlr way with three threeinch thr threeInch
inch planks piaka strengthened trengthene with steel stl girders girdersThen girdersThen
Then 1n the to mulo was net I at work ork grra grra1n winding windinga Wnding Wndinga
a drum dm and along came ce the stack atk In stately statelystyle Ilel
r 11 style The To turn of the th elbow ebow in the 75foot
journey Jouoe non noon wan Wa made me nt a lain latf hour hou te this th after afterTexas alternon afternoon
Texas Te Rxhlbtt F hlblt at the te Fair FairDALLM Fr FairPALLLs I
DALLM uus Tex April 10 JOTe 20The The Texas Texasworlds Tu Tuworld Texasworlds
world worlds fair commission cmmlllon at a special meet meetIng meettog
Ipalmet Ipalmeting
Ing here today voted I ITu
bor tooy vott unanimously unalmouT that thatS
S Texas Tu have a great Ift nxhlbit at the worlds
by fair far prive Prr at Bt tt > contribution contbuUon contributionS Louts Loul and ad that tht 00000 O be raised I
S t I
SAGS AUTHORIZED AUTB01IZ D HAD LOAN LOANAnd LA LOA2VSAnd S SAd
And Ad new fow He Hat Ba Paid Pd MOeoo 08 to grille Bettlia ete etelnt
a fin lnt ntt for Bccovery BccoveryAn leonr leonror MICOTtTIAn
An order or authorizing autborizg the th discontinuance discontinuanceof
of the tb suit sit of John Joh Henry HI Hammond Bmn at atrrcelTr I 5 5rrcelvr
rrcelTr rolyr of the th defunct dtc ChrmanAakrloaii ChrmanAakrloaiiUral QnnAmalou QnnAmaloulal
Ural lal Estate Ett Title Tll Guarantee Gurt Company Companyagainst Companaplnat Companyagainst
against IUiasll Ru1 So BcE 8jI ge E V loewand Lwand Charles CharkeJ Crln CrlnJ
J Obtrmaytr Obrrr who formed lond the Iota com committee oommlle cornmiLtee ¬
mittee mlle of the th concern conom WAS wtalgd signed yesterday yesterdayby utady utadyby
by Supnm SUplUI Court Cou Jurtloft JusUo Clkhrsloev ClkhrsloevThe GU CUdtrsloevaThe n1V v vt
The suit t was W brought brurht to t recover fcwr a large largesum tr trsm largesum
sum sm said lid to be due du to the th oorapiny oomn cit oI bad badloans bd bdlon badloan
committee olwhich ol otwhb ofwhich
loans lon authorized authr by the th cmmLte
which whb Mr M Sage Bp gr was f chairman ohl Th T8 The die diecortlnuftnoB d diaoorthnsino
cortlnuftnoB was Wl the th nsult n suit ult of tf I sttl tl m nt ntby ntby ntby
by cortUnO which Mr Sage 1 a ard agncd give d to T piT 1 y OOOC 40000and < OOOCand
and Mi Mtasxs ua tars Low LW and Obermoyir Obrlr fcSOa fcSOabttwvcn 25000 25000bttwtcn
bttwvcn btwnn them m Mr l Hammond mnd has ba re recclvidthe r redY toccivdthe
cclvidthe edY d MSOOO MSOOOWhen 000 000When
th SO
When Wn Mr JHmnd Hammond went Wnt ovrr the theaffairs tb tbaffairs
affairs ai of the thcmlny company be b found that tht second secondmortgage secondmortgsge oond oondmortpl
mortgage mortpl loans lon to the th extent of 1325000 1325000had 525000had 5O
had hd bi I en e made md by b the th committee oomlltte Among Amongthem Amongthm Amongtlwm
them thm was WI one o cf IMtt000 10 on property propry at atMudlson atMdin StMadison
Madison Mdin avenu ano iunu and NInityseventh Nlnlty NInuysevt VI nth street streeton atrt atrton
on which a first ft mortgage mrtg of 45000 50 la al already airdT alresdyhrld ¬
ready rdT resdyhrld hi bdd Id by b byan an Insurance Inluranc company oomJny oomJnyft The Thefirst Thefirst
first mortgagor subsequently bought in intho Inth Intho
ft mortggor aubq1nty bouat
tho th property propry at forced lorod snle le for 150000 150000Another 10 50000Another
Another Aother loan lon of MifOOO U O was w nude md on onproperty ODproprty onpropcrty
property proprty at Park Prkanu Parkavenue avenue and 100th Oh street streeton atrt atrton streeton
on which Mcha a first fL mortgage mrtllg of W 20000 ex exUted exIud oxisted
Uted Iud The T GtrmanAmirican CrnAlricn company companylost cmpny cmpnylOlL companylost
lost SIO M8000 by this thrncloo thlstrnsaotion transaction Mr M Ham Hammond I Itemmood m mmnd ¬
mood instructed attorneys Phllbdi PhllbdiBockman PhiiblrIkckman
mnd Itrucd hlj h ttom1 Plhln PlhlnDdmn
Bockman Ddmn It Menken Menke to bring brg suit sui for forn rornco forrtcovtry
n cowry nco of c the th money mny lost through thugh these theseand the theand theseand
and other othr loans loansMr ln ln11r loansMr
Mr Sage SP through thuah his h counsel Goodwin GoodwinThompson GoodwluTompn GoodwinThompson
Thompson Tompn A c Vanderpoel ndrl replkd fpIMd that ho hohad bohl hohad
had hl authorizrd the tb loans lN In I good gd faith on onn onnpnanttoN onripnsentations
n presentations npnanttoN made md to t him by oth ottn ottnwhich otlara otlarawhich > < rs rswhich
which he h believed bUOd to be b accurate crI and that thntho tMth thatho
ho h did not coulder hlmndf h lf accountabV accountabVMessrs acuntabl accountabloMCMTS
Messrs MCRlo I lew ew and Obtrmnyer Obtmyr made mdo the thosome th thesLime
some IM defence dttnce The T three thr also a put In a acounterclaim aco acoujtrrclaIm
counterclaim co coujtrrclaIm trlt of 1150000 150 for money mney due duethem du duUxm duetbcm
them and when whn the suit was W heard hr by a an anltfe areftreethls
n nltfe reftreethls force this claim clam was 1ullWd 1ullWdlI wasallowad wasallowadMIt allowed allowedMR
MR lI HYDES l1DES JIYDESR4PID RAPID RAPID COACH COACHSaid COACffaId
Said 8 aId U t Have lae Crossed COle a Jersey er Bridie Dree at a aGait aGat aGait
Gait Fatter Than a Walk WalkNEW WalkNzw alk alkNEW
Gat 1a
NEW NEW BmrftswicK BJ BWC April 10 10The The Uberty Libertycoach Ubertyoh Ubertycoach
coach oh had set e Its I t farce tU down at the Mansion MansionHouse Manon ManonHoW MansionHouse
House HoW this t afternoon aftrnon dusty dOt but happy happyand happyad happyand
and ad all hands bd had h had ha a luncheon luen The Thehorses Te Tehor Thehorses
horses hor that tht had brought the coach Qah up upfrom uplrom upfrom
from Treats Trta Old Bridge hostelry had boon boonlead bn bnled boonlead
lead and thenew the were ready readyMaurice readyMaurice
led away awa ad new ones one reay reayMaurtc
Maurice Maurtc Howlettthe Howlet Hewlett the professional profelon whip whipwas whipwa whipwu
was wa getting gttln ready ry to Initiate his bl two women womenpassengers womenpnBerw womenpassengers
passengers further into the mysteries of ofdriving ordrivng ofdriving
pnBerw luer Ito te myatere
driving drivng a coach 0 when up stepped young youngArthur Y ydung ydungArthur II
Arthur Au ONeill Oei of the Middlesex Mddex County CountyBoard CountyB CountyBoard
Board B of Freeholders Frholden representing roprltlg the theFirst theFr theFirst
First Fr ward a of the city ciy of New Brunswick Brunswickwith Blwck Brunswlckwith
with a folded legal lega paper paperHe ppr pprHe paperHe
He asked ue who was w In charge chge of the tecab tecabad thocoach thocoachand coach coachand
and ad was Wl referred to Hewlett Howlet James JaN Hyde Hydetbe Brdetbe Hydethe
tbe owner ower being absent abnt ONeill ONoU served servedthe ere servedthe
the paper ppr on the professional prolflon whip The Thepaper Te Teppr Thepaper
paper was wa aa follows followsTo lolowa I
ppr To 1 o the Owners Owen and ad Managers of th the New XewYork NewVork e eYorl
may York Yorl J concern concernYou concernou and ad lakewood 1akewo coach olel or to t whom 10m It Itmay i Itmay I Iou
You ou ooncr are hereby heeby notified notf that you will 11 b bheld b be bebold
held liable Ilbl for your repeated repate crossing 111 of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the county cunty bridge known know an 8 the Westons Westonshills Yeeton YeetonMills Otn s I
Mills Bridge at a faster salt alt It than tha a wnlk wnlkand wslk5Jd 1
and ald 111 for Brdae the damage aw1 you have bl done don to t wll said saidbridce saidbridge I
bridge brldle by your unlawful unltrul reckless and nd Im Improper Improper ¬ I
proper u use e of the same sameYou sameQU me meQu
ue
You Qu ore hereby notified notned that you have haveso haeso
so damaged ae said aid bridge brldle that It has been beenrendered beenrendered n nrendered
rendered damale unnnfe UMlfe for further crossing trola of the theSAOM Ihea thesame
same a by b your our coach 011 and Id further eroding erodingof colnl croulngof
of said rld bridge brldae by your coach cncl U 1 done 000 at your yourown yourown ou
own ow risk and liability liabilityVe llbUy llbUye
Ve e further demand that you at once oncestrengthen onc oncestrenathen
strengthen treurtbe and ad repair repl said ul bridge brldr and a place placeIt pl plIt placIt
It In the same lme sound lund and ad see 11 condition ondilon aa A It nWA II1it Itwaa
of 0 waa WA 1it 1itbefore It la L before bfore It was lU damaged dal by your use useof u ud ur us
Itt t bridge brlcre referred ret to U I located loctl on the thedrldgeVew theOd theOld
Od Old r ArldieXew drldgeVew Orunuwck re run lck turnpike turnplke about aboutone aboUtone but
01 one mile mie fron torn tbe Mansion I elo House tlOUB j 1 Zew Zewlirunswlck ew ewlirunRwtck
lirunRwtck lrunlck N b J JTHB JTHB Jl
THB l HE IIOAHD BO D ny fr On COIBH CeosaN on EN FnErHoumtw Fnn oLDPR or orMlDDLKAKX o oMu OPMDDLtSIX
MlDDLKAKX Mu > nutx COlXIV SBW BW jKRStT jKRStTIt JtIUT JtIUTIt
It to I expected exted that tht James JaH H Hyde lyde who whoruns whorl whoruns
runs the coach C ach will wU at once cnc take tale < ff t his hiscoach bl blouch hisocach
rl coach and ad get gt busy propping up the bridge bridgechorcd bridge11le bridgeThe
The Wetens Weatc ns MII Mills Bridge I is a Ilnglelp single span spanover
oe over Lwfnc Lawrence BrH Etc k The lie ends ae are an anchne anchtrcd
chorcd chne to the macadam mtda road and rest ret aim simply aimply elmply ¬
ply on cn ledges One end of the bridge bridgeIn Irkg brkl
In II 1 in I New Brunswick Bruwlck and the other otherEast to toEast I
East Brunswick Bruwlck township twnshp There Tere is S a asteep aateep asteep
steep Et rise rlo apprcachlna apprachlR and leaving Itlng tbe tbebridge tbebrIdge thebridge
bridge no 1 if the coach c ach came ne down dCw to A Awalk awalk Awalk
walk before err cAlng crrsslng saing the horses cculd not notbe notb notbe
be b bro breu br ueht ht to a gall piI p beff berne be re the tr tp ou p cf fbe fbenozt the thenext thenext
next hill hU was u reached reche This 1111 would ul Use Useseveral lueevl Itseseveralzntnuteatime
several severalzntnuteatime evl minute Inlute time tie But Butthe the Freeho F eeWIdei eeWIdeisay hf Iders Iderssay ldelMY
say that tht If the ccach oah knocks kckl the bridge bridg off offits tr ft ftIts
its anchrrage some day the whole party partyagain partyand
Is anchrag 8me py pyAd I Iapln I
again Ad and againThere oae ccach tco tao wW n8r never se see Lkewtd Lakewtd Lakewtdagain
againThere There Thee ls I an a arch aeh over 0T the bridge brg Inscribed Inscribedwith Illb inscribedwith
with this legend lefd Five dollars dc11 fine fne for err crYI M MIng asing >
Ing In this thi thiabridge bridge brig at ita atafastergait a faster gait than th thanawalk thanawalkThe a walk walkThe wall
The coach oah owes CWH the county < unty probably pbbly about
110 1100 100 In I fines fH by b this time timeHER timeHER timeliEn
HER JEWELRY COMING COVI G RACK DACKThe BACK BACKe RACKThe
The e Kerrigan Jelp Return Rlu a Diamond Damo Drooch DroochKing Drooc flrooeha
a King Ins and ad a Watch WatchDelia Watch WatchDelIz
Delia Del Kerrigan Krga Eerrlg n and her brother Charles CharlesKerrigan Cal8 CharlesIterrigan
Kerrigan Kerrgan Jr who were arrested Ited on Thurs Thursday Tur Thursday ¬
day dy night on suspicion of knowing some something sme smethlnl something ¬
thing about the robbery robbry of a box bz of jewelry jewelryfrom Jewel Jeweltrom jewelryfrom
from the apartments apmenLl of Miss MI Effle Ee Hillway Hillwayof Hmwa
of 84 l Pacific Pncfo street Itret Brooklyn Drookly were held heldfor hrldtor holdfor
for examination exaition by b Magistrate Mtrat Dooley in inthe I Inthe
the Butler Duter street atro police pUc court ourt yesterday yesterdayMiss ye yesterdayMiss terday terdayMI
Miss MI Hillway Bllay and tho Kerrigans Kerl live in I the thesame thesame I
same house houseDetective hou houseDetective i
ae Detective Deive Sergeants Srgeant II Mulvey and Price Pricewere Pc Pricewere I Iwer
were wer assigned ulge to t the case cae on Thursday Thursdayand Thua Thuaand
and made a careful cul search aroh of the house houseThey houl houseThey
They found the jewel box bx under uder the bed bedin bedin
in I Delia Dela Kerrigans Ker n room but were en unable unableto
to find any of the be jewelry Jeelry On Thursday Thursdaynight Tuoa Tuoanl Thursdaynight
night nl ht young Kerrigan KerRan returned returne to Mini MiniHillway MI MissHhliway
ounj
Hillway a diamond brooch broh and an old oldfashioned oldlalone oldfashioned
fashioned Hlway ring Lwhi0h which he said aad he had ha found foundpolice loundon
on lalone the Itan stairs rl Tills Ihl led to hi his arret arrest 1 as the theplc thepolloe
stairs stairsYesterday police plc ra had ha made me a careful oarlu search secb of the tbeYeetet thera thestairs I IYetelda
Yeetet Yetelda Yesterday day another member membr of the Kern Kerrigan Ker Kerngsa ¬ I Igan
gan family laU returned roturne to Miss Hillway Blway a agold aRold agold
gold watch which It wu said ed had been beenfound Dn Dnfound beenfound
found In I tbe hall hallTook ba baTook ballTook I IW11
Took nets on the e Raoct ROArte RacesArrested RacesArrestedWLUm Arrested ArrestedWVltam
WVltam W11 McCloud Mcoud 47 years old who has hascigar ha hasa
a cigar clar store at 433 Seventh Svent avenue and andSamuel ad adSul andSamuel
Samuel Sul Willis WW 85 1 years e old of 315 Fifteenth Fifteenthstreet FUtoenLhsreL Fifteenthstreet
street sreL were arretted ueted by b Police PoUo Captain CaptainReynolds Cpti GsptainReynolds
Reynolds of the Fifth Fth avenue avenU station attlon Brook Brookthem brooklyn
Rytd
1m yesterday on a wrnt warrant iul issued rkI by
Magitrt Magistrate ysteray The Tigfe upon compllnt 01 James JamesEwrht JamesEnwrlght
Ewrht Enwrlght 01 117 187 Wlln WIlson upn street tret who chrged chrgedthem charged chargedthem
them with wih taking takg bets bts on the races nea in InMcCoudsltore InMeClouds
McCoudsltore McClouda store Two T onedollar oneoUar bill bil that thathad thathd thathad
had hd previously prvomly been bn marked mked for Identifica Identification l Idontificelion nUfo ¬
lion were wfr found hi I possession plon of the thf tb two twomen twomen twoman
men They will wl be arraigned arigne before bfore Magis Magistrate MgL MgLte MagLtrato ¬
trate te Tighe Tghe this t morning morningBicycle moml momlOeII morningflicycle
Bicycle OeII Riders Kle Skull iul Fractured FracturedLouis Fea FraCturedLouis
Louis Lu Oallentay Gallenly 15 J years yo old of O s Fourth Fourthavenue Fou Fourthavenue
avenue aT8Ue Brooklyn Drk while whlC riding a bicycle on onDean onDe onDean
Dean De street strt near nea Fourth Four avenue aTrue last Isstevening lutevonin lastevening
evening evonin collided O Ide with wlb Mother aother rider Gal Gallentay Gallenty Gallentay
lentay lenty was 11 thrown throw to tho street trt sustaining sustaininga sUIWng sUIWnga
a fracture Irature of the thekull skull He was removed removedto removedto
to the te Seney 8nq Hospital HospitalDeath HospttaiDeath plti pltiDeath remove
Death of Capt John ol Delanr DelanrGALVKSTON De1r DelanyGALYRSTOre I
GALVKSTON GALTJTJ Tex April 10 10Cpt 10Capt Capt John JohnDelany Joh JohnDeisny
Delany Del boarding brig officer ofcr in I the theVnlted United UnitedStates UnitedStates I I
States Stte Customs Ctom Service Src here hOf wu 1 buried buriedtoday bured buredtoa buried buriedtoday
today toa He was w born br in I NewYork In 1S44 1S44and 184 1M4and
and ad entered enter upon a seafaring life le at t the theage thealo th thage
age of It 1 He upn lost 10t his laarg wife we and one child childIn chd chdI childin
In I the storm ater of 1MO 1MONew lD i iNew I
New ew Hotel lotel tn t the Berkshire BerkshirePrnsnxLD Br UerksblrePtrrsnztn It ItPn
PrnsnxLD Pn Mass ML April Apr 10A 10 A big sum summer summet ummer ¬
mer resort fa hotel U f to be b built buit this tb spring springon prg
on Prospect Prft Hill HU in I Stockbridge Stkbridg near nearthe nor north8 nearthe
the Field Feld residence Ilence The manager and andowner andower andowner
ower owner will w be b Allen Ale Treadway Teawy mtr of the Bed
Lion Un Inn I In I qkrCe ttfockbrldge te
I GOOD I FRIDAY FRIAY FRIDAYOBSERVANCES FRIDAYOBSERVANCESI OBSERVANCS OBSERVANCSI OBSERVANCES OBSERVANCESTUB
I TUB MOST NOlr SOLEMN SLENN SERVICES 5E1lB IN ILj INI INTHE
j I THE JESUIT JE CHURCH cauacnFive HVnCHI
I Five Pn Thousand 1oa Person Preient Peet Dortn DortnI D During Duringthe
I I the he Three 1r Hours AgonyMats AgonyMatsthe MOIM MOIMI 1 1be <
the Presanetlfled PanCfe I at Uw t Catbedn CatbednI CaUe Catbedrelsenicee
I Senlces en1 In I a fnltarlan taJta LDItTIflFive Chord ChordFive aac
i Five Fye thousand thoud people pple filled de the Chure Quch Church Churchof
1 the thrt thrthours thrhours
of St Francis Fi Xavier Xvr yesterday yater at t
hours hou agony alon service aerce and Ad half hl u man manmore my mymor many manymore
more mor were wer turned tued away awaylrom from the doors dooiunable door dooruble doorsunable
unable uble to gain lai admission Idmllion Tide T was w th thonly the theonJ theonly
only onJ Catholic Ctholo Church Cuh In I the city ct in I which whlcthU wbch wbchthl whichthis
this thl solemn clmn service eerce was W observed obwrvedThe obrved obrvedT observedThe
The T church ohucb wai drapped In 1 deepest deepesjmourning deplt depltI deepestI
drapp
I mourning moull The Te pillars pUI were wr wound wit witI with withbd withI
I broad bd bands bd of crepe or pe and the entire sane sanetuary ssnoI
I tuary tDf7 waa w wa in I black blk p Against Agat this th sable aablbackground sablebackground ble blebcklud
background bcklud rested rted a black blck wooden wen crot cf cross crossI
1 upon which wboh was wa hung a white wbt marble mble flgurI figure fcre fcreI figureof
I I of the th crucified orole Christ Qt The Te forty tort attend attendIng atteo attendIn
Ing In priests were robed rob in I black blk There Tberwas Tere Terewu Therewas
was no light Ilht but that tt of the candles dJH sur surrounding s surr
rounding roundln r the tbl tabernacle tberle where hor the relic relliof reUoor relicof
of the true tre cross DM wa w exposed ere for venera veneratlon Tener veneratine
tine tlonld windows windowsTho win4owsThe dow and the soft ar light llht from the th stained stainedwindows stainedwin4ows td tddow
The To service 6rvlce began bep at noon non and closed closedat ololed ololedat
at 3 oolock Father William WUl OBrien OBrienPardow OBrienIarow OBrienPardow
Pardow Iarow S J preached prached the th sermon ermon which whichwas wblchI whichwas
was In I seven discourses dlunN treating treatll of the theseven thoIven theseven
seven Iven last lat words word spoken pken by b Christ Q1t upon uponthe uponth uponthe
I the th cross crorrA crol crossA
A quartet qurt sang Gounods Ou entire entre col collection col01 ccllection
lection of Te The fl Seven Sven Words Wor between btwen the thidiscourses thedlour thediscourse
discourses dlour Those T who were wr chosen chon to torender torender torender
render this tb programme prolrme were wer Miss M Grace GraceCarbone Gr GraceChrbone
Carbone Crbone soprano IP L Mlas 7fl Smith contralto contraltoAlbert cntrto cntrtoCludo contraltoClaude
Cludo Claude A A Cunningham Uh bn baxytone ad adI and andI
I I Albert Abr Pardo Paro tenor tenorSeventy tenr tenrI tenorSeventy
Seventy SvonL little Ittl6 girls l from the St Francis FrancisXavler Fr
I Xavier Xovler parochial prhtllhool school chanted cht the hymns hymnsof
of the passion The quartet quat also ton rendered rn rndpr tondered ¬
plon
a
dered dpr the O Bone Bno Jesu Jeu of Palestrlna PalestrlnaTribulations Paletrn PalestrinsThbuiations
Tribulations Tbution by Rhlnberger and Eripe EripeMe EripoMe
by Rbrar a
Me 1 by Qurapelzhalmor QurapelzhalmorThrough Oum I mer merDug
Through lthrough nearly nely all the service the congre congregation congr oongregatlon ¬
gation Dug stood at or a knelt knlt ar Whtnto Wher the belfry belfryclock bUr belt beltclock
clock cok rang rng out the hour of 3 the thousands thousandsof thoud thousan thousanof
of people pple present prnL t and many man who had re remained remne tornalned ¬
mained mne In I the church ohuh vestibule velbe sank ak to totheir t totheir
their knees kl and In a profound prolou silence silenceFather IUtnce IUtnceFather silenceFather
Father OConnell OQnneU lifted lilt from the thetbere thetbereth thetabernacle thetabernacletho tabernacle tabernacletho
tho th cruciform ccllorm bearing bearg an authenticated authenticatedrello authenticted authentictedrlo
rello rlo of the true oroee 0I and making mil the thesign th thesign
sign IIlln of tho cross cr with the ratio relo toward towardthe twa towardtho
tho congregation congflaton pronounced the words wordsof wordsof
of the benediction benedictionThe bnection bnectionI pronounc
I The ThE three thf days d of tenebrae tnebr closed cloed Last laatnight lt ltnight Lastnight
night with wih the chanting chntlne of the lamentation lamentationand lentaton lentatonand
and tho benedlctus benedlctusThe bnedleU
The he Good Go Friday Jrdy services at St Patrick PatricksCathedral Ptrk PtrkCathedr PatrickCathedral
Cathedral Cathedr were wre marked mrked Nr especially by the thoMass th theMass
I Mass Ma8 of the PreSanctlfled Prctlne tpcl which Arch Archrated Ah Ahbihop Archbishop
bihop bishop Frley Parley Olebralf celebrated rated at t 10 oclock oclockt oclk oclkAt oclockAt
At this tm time te the HOt Host t which had hd been b ex exi e cxposed
posed D I In the retory t in t the ade aide cpl cplblor chapel chapelbefore
blor before whchundr whlchhundreda rptol i of men m had h knelt kneltthroughout kneltthrhout kneltthroughout
throughout thrhout the night ght was wa carried cred in I solemn solemnmaw solemnprocession
pron procession to the o min alt altar ad and ther there the thel theness
maw l was w celebrated clebrte Father Fatlr P t tBeecher A ABeecher
Beecher Bher of St Josephs JOpha Seminary Bml Dun Dunwords Dunwo Dunwooclio
I wo wooclio prch preached the eron sermon on Ue t1o r Jt JtI last lastwordsofChrlat
words wordsofChrlat wordsofChrlatAfter of Christ ChristAfter I
wor Ct
I After Ater the pontifical ntlol mass there thre was a ai anwertnR arevering
revering i ot t the S Sgregatlon CI cross by th the enUr entire cn cngrgation con congregatlon
grgation gregatlon The Cathedral Cthr relic flo of the thecross theI
I cross Cf cro encased enc In Its It jewelled Jeweled reliquary relquwu relquwuI rellcpiarywas rellcpiarywasplaced waa waapriests
pl placed upon the communion rail Wlh with a alge alarge
I lge large guard upn 01 honor commuon composed ra 01 the thepr8t thepriests
priests pr8t gr kneeling knelg before beror It oompd and the entire entirecongregation eUr entirei
i i congregation marched in procession prllon to the therail therl therail
sacred rail ongrjton rl and treasure treasureThe tr8re treasureThe there ther ne were wer permitted pmte to kiss k the thesacred th thesacred
The c tenebne tnebn was sung Ig In I the th Cathedral Cathedralattended Oithedr Cthcdralat
at 4 ocok oclock and hundr hundredsof ot tho those who ha had hadattended
attended atlnded the the th hi throe thr houraagonyservice houraagonyserviceat houn
at the Jesuits JesuLl church chur were wre present prnt agnMrc at this thislong t thislong
long log ceremony crmony The passion pllon service was washeld wallhld washeld
held hld In the evening evning when Father Fthr Irc T F FMurphy FMurhy FMurphy
Murphy Murhy of the th Cathedral Ctifdrl preached preachedAt prchfd prchfdAt
At least IfMt 90000 30 l000 Catholics QthoUC In this th dty at attended attendl attended ¬
tended tendl all al three th of the theservtoeyestsrday theservtoeyestsrdayto services Nro yesterday yesterdayto tera terato
to do which required lu nine ni hours hou time timeIn tme tmeIn limeIn
In church churchOf chuh chuhOf churchof
Of churches ohurhe other than Episcopal and andever andr andRoman
Roman r Ctholc Catholic a lr larpr Ellpl numbr number th than thanever
ever before blol in New 10rk i iorks or Its history hory had hadnerve ha hadGood
Go Good Friday day In10 services yesterday Not only
did Meoilt Methodist PbJrta Presbyterian Yfteray BpUl liaptist Con Conggtonal Congregational
ggtonal gregational and Rlormed Reformed QUrhN Churches ot oh ohserve
nerve lrve the day dy but services were wer held In All AllSouls Al AllSouls
Souls Unitarian UnItar Church Ourh Irc and ad in the Urd Urdverftatint Vn UniversallstCburch
verftatint vellhtCurch versallstCburch Church of the Divine Dlvo Paternity Patty
Stalners Btnr Crucifixion Crcifxon WM 1 sung sung un at atthe atthe atthe
the Manhattan 1antt Congregational CongrefaUon last lu night nightRogers n nihtBegets ht htRgers
Rogers Rgers new cantata cantat The Te Man lln of Kis Kisareth az azareth >
areth arth at the Second Bnd Harlem Halem Collegiate CollegiateChurch Clllate ClllateCurob CollegiateChurch
Church Curob and ad the Stabat Mater Mtr and ad nd Seven tmbevenLost SevenLout sveo sveot
Lout t Words at the South Buth Church ChurchINFORMED Our OurINFOIlVED ChurchINFORMED
INFORMED INFORMEDnew
new a Clergyman Cenma Found Fou Oat Ot That Tester Testerday TNte Teeterday
day wu Good Go Friday FridayThere Fra FraThere FridayThere
There was wA at least let one clergyman cerr in I town townyesterday townyesterday
yesterday Y6tfry who didnt ddt know kow It was Good GoodFriday GoodFriday
FrdT Friday He was wut at the City Ut Hall H Bustling Bustlingup BusW
up to Hergt Rrl Kennel Kenol who guards the Mayors Mayorsoffice MTOrs MTOrsofc Mayors6fflce
office ofc he said saidTell ad adTel saidTell J
Tell Tel the Mayor Myor that a minister mer of the theOospel te teGoml theGosnel
Oospel Goml would like lke to see him himThe blmTe himThe
The Te Mayor 1s I not here today toeay sir Ir said saidBilly ed edBiy saidaBhliya
aBhliya Billy Biy Kennel Kenel In fact Ia I guess aN that tht at atjust atJOt atjust
just JOt about abut this ta moment he 1s I I in church churchIn chuh chuhI
In I church I In church ohurc What would wouldcall wouldo wouldcall
call him to church today t asked ake the thecleric thecro thecleric
cleric o cur
clericWhyall cro croWhya Whyall Whya good Mayors Morso jo o to church curb on onthis ontbl onthis
this tbl day Its I g Good G Friday Frdy you OU know knowresponded kow kowJ knowresponded
responded J nded Billy Billyupon Blr BlrUpn BiUyUpon
upon my soul lul so 1 It I Is Think Tnk of me of ofall 01al ofallmenforgettingthatthtslaOood
all al allmenforgettingthatthtslaOood men Upn forgetting torgttn that this thlt 1s Good G Friday FridayHUMAN Fd FdHVNAN FridayHUMAN
HUMAN BEINGS HAVE CBARHON CBARHONCaught CHARDONCaulht CHARRONCauiht
Caught It From Fom Handling nandtDS Hides Hi of o 1 Animals AnimalsThat ADI AnimalThat
That Died Die of the Disease DiseaseNrw DI DiseaseNrw
Nrw Nr OBIJIIKS April 10 10A A serious ertoW con condition condillon ¬ I IdJton
dillon dJton of affairs alr prevails prTall at Prairie Prte Naramou Naramouin Naou ammou ammouIn I IIn
in Acadia Maia parish due to an epidemic of ofcharbon 01crbo ofcharbon
charbon charbonAbout crbo crboAbut charbonAbout
About Abut 223 22 head be of stock tok have ba died ded The Thesmall Te TeaU ThesnaU
small aU farmers tamen Ignorant Igorant of the virulence virulenceof vrenc
of the disease d skinned Ile some Ime of the dead deadanimals ded dedama deadanimals
animals ama and ad sold the skins akln Aa A a con consKiuenoe conuenoe conI
I sKiuenoe uenoe there ther are a thirteen tru human hu beings beingssick blp blpack beingsslck
sick ack of charbon charbonA ohbn
A veterinary vetcn surgeon ugon sot B to work to tovaccinate tovcite
vaccinate vcite tho healthy heth animals am against againstcharbon againstcharbon
chlrbn charbon but found it impossible implble to apl1t apl1tchlrbn con convince CD CDnc conwince ¬
vince nc many mny of the th farmers larera of the th necessity necessityof net
of this U treatment trtment They Tey were afraid araid that thatvaccination thatvaccination
vaccination vanaUon would woud make me the animals al sick sickand ack ackand sickand
and Interfere Intrer with wih the ploughing which whic is isnow I Ino Isnow
now no well wel under way waytogether
1111 The polce police jury of Aia Acadia hu ha bn been called calledtogether
together In extra eua JI session Ion for Tuesday Tf oe to totake totke totake
take tke some am action aon to t stamp ltp out the disease diseaseMiss d diseaseMIN
Miss Mi Cenld Cenll Give GI Aeolian ela to Naval fanl Y M MC MC MC
C A ANonrouc ANofPL ANoriroLK
Nonrouc NofPL Va April Apr 10 10M ioMlu Mlas Helen HelenGould Hele EelenGould I
Goud Gould sent ent word from torn New N w York today todaythat to tothat toclaythat
that she would give 11000 110 1000 to buy b1 an aeollan aeollanpianoto IU oliaz oliazplano
pianoto plano to bo b used U for tbe entertainment entrnent of ofthe 01the ofthe
poto the United Unite States Rtatf bluejackets blutJaokLl at tbe Nor Norfolk Noroik N r rfolk ¬
folk Naval Nlva Y M C A which whic she recently recentlyvialted recentlyvisltedand
vialted Tlt visltedand I Icte and ad materially materal aided aidedCracked aide aidedCrackd ae rnty rntyTlt
Cracked cte a Crib Crb Next Net quarters quartersA qua Deer en to Peltee Ple Head Headquarters lea IIetquarters
A burglar bulw entered ete It I C Griffeai Grle restau restaurant rtau rtaurant restaurant ¬
rant at 11 1 Bank Dnk street Iet Newark Neark next nex dtrr dtrrtt dtrU
tt U ft p lice Uc headquarters hldques Thursday Turaynlht Thuredaynight night lie lieentered le leeted lieentered
entered eted by bya a rear re resrdurwltbbtenfeetef d dc r within wihin ten te feet feL of tI tIwlnde a awind awlnd
wind w c f the n cm m ecoupled copl < by Captain CpLlI of ofDetectives ofDetectives
Detectives DtelV Osgrcve CUlce and ad his hl aids a The Theburglar Te Tebugl Theburglar
burglar bugl found an empty ept cash ch register registern rpte
n 1 V Kltsam Pays rp S1O Sb 18 Fine FineWilliam Fe PineWilliam
William 1 V Kitaarn K said to be b a nephew nephewof neph
of W K I Vanderbilt VandebUt paid p 110 10 fine fe In I the theFirst theFat theFirst
Fat First Precinct Pecinc a C urt u at Newark yestnday yestes tday day
fcr ftresrrythg carrying Clnc a revelver rew ler His Ii wepen wag waaDonQscated wagconfiscated
confiscated on cte by the pt p lice liceDronze lc hoeUronre wopn
Dronze Tablets Tbletl U t Be 0 Unveiled UnveiledThree tDnUe VnvetkdThree
Three Te brcnee brnz tablets tblets will wiUb be unveiled unvek in I the theCentral theCentral
Central ntral Ccngi Cnpth Ccugiegath gatl < nal na Church Cuch In I Uanorck Uanorckstreet Ioek Itanocekstreet I Iatreet
atreet street near ne Bedford Bler avenue aTnusl in Brccklyn BrccklynUmc Brccklynumt
Umc rn w m mf ruing They Ter are ae in memory memoryrf
rf I the deceased dee m pasUrs of the theny church teor the the11ev
Bar ny Drs French Fec ptra Bcudder Sdw and Becned ebrcIs
i BAN HANA HANAN AN tO WED BD MRSC NIC T 2 TVdlTNo TVdlTNoAiied SMIT SMIT9Md JI JIr
9Md Her r One e n rr Jewelry Tftat TT TTI Was Wasueqorb
eeTt eeTtDeor
I Before Deor W UI IIU wife W Dtvereed Dor Him HimAccording IDmAonia lUreAccording
According Aonia to a despatch dlpt b received IYe yeate yeateday ydster ydsterday
day dtrm from Narraganeett Nareanett Pier PerB R I JotH Jot JohH OM OMD
H Hanan H the t wealthy wth shoo o manufacture manufactureof muarer
of Brooklyn Brk1 a 1 to be b married m there tra o oWednesday OD ODWee onWednesday
Wednesday Wee evening next to Mrs M Charle CharleTalbot CI CITalbt Ch511CTalbot
Talbot Talbt Smith Smth The Th wedding wed which wbo 1s I t ttake to tot totjit
take t tjit place pl at a Mrs U Smiths Smths home at a Shore ShorAcres ShoreAcs ShoreAcres
Acres Acs la I to be b a private affair affairOnlya aa affairOnly
Onlya On Only alew a few months mont ago ac Mr Hanan Hananformer J lTAflAnS lTAflAnSformer
former lorerWo wife obtained obt a divorce rlTor in this th State StafcThe St StateThe
The couple coupl had b not lived lve together tecte for tev teval sevai n nI
al years Mr Hanans D domestlo trouble troublewere troubleswere
I
were first f made me public publon In January Jaua IBM IBMwhen 18 18wheo 18a 18awhen
when he brought suit against Mrs r John JobiH Jobnn JohnU
H Thompson Tbompln for the rooovry rovry rooov ry of certain oertaiireal certainreal
real rl estate e tat and jewelry Jewel which It i was WIIIle hllfged hllfgedbe
be had b riveD to her and soon ln afterward afterwardMr atea
Mr Hanaa Ba was sued ueclor for 110000 II O by Mrs MrsBeulab MrsBeulab
Beulab Bl H J IL Dutton Dtton of Chicago Cco The Th Dutton Outtoisuit Duttu Duttuat Duttonsuit
suit at was settled Mtted out of court In October OctoberISM Obr ObrlS OctoberIUS
ISM lS and about the same time Lie Mr Hanaiwithdrew Hanai Han Hanwthdw Rananwithdrew
withdrew wthdw his h hi suit ut against gaL Mrs M Thompson ThompsonMm Thompn
Mm 1 Dutton Duttn who formerly lorerly lived HTe at M a St 81Marks StHks StMarks
Marks Hks avenue avenu Brooklyn Brkl1 received v n none po poone soone
one of the te lawyers tn tho case 0 said sai tuotx tuotxwith 5000 5000with
with the understanding undrtdc that tht she he should shoulcleave shouldleave houldlene
leave Brooklyn BrooklynIn Brook
In I April 1003 102 Mr Hanan Han brought suit sulifor Ilt Iltlor suitfor
for divorce dJvor In the Appellate Appllte Court Wa Wlb WlbIgn Vasb Vasbington b bing
ing Ign ington ton county couL Rhode Rbol Island but did noi noiget It Itgt not notgel
get gt a decree def Mrs M Hanan obtained obtne an arabwluto anb anabsolute
absolute b lut divorce dJTOr last J fall Ia She still Itl Urea Uvwin UreaIn
in the fine fne mansion at 118 UI Eighth Eghtb avenue avenuewhloh avenuewhoh avenuewhiob
whloh whoh her hr husband husbad transferred lraruler to t her Ir IrJanuary 10 10JanuU inJanuary
January JanuU with wih an agreement ament to pay p th thtaxes the theW thetaxes <
and other of maintaining malntAlnlniit
taxes W expenses eEpn mtaDI mtaDIIt
it during rurg Mrs Hr Hanans Banl lifetime lifetimeMrs utme utmeMn lifetimeMrs
Mrs Mn John H Thompson Tompn whom Mr MrHanan Ilr IlrHaD MrHanan
Hanan HaD sued we in II ir 1894 I l8 U I the woman he Is t U Umarry to toma tomarry
marry ma oh on Wednesday Wecay Previous PreTou to heimarriage her berme hermarriage
marriage she ae wag wa known kOW aa Mrs Edith EdlttEvelyn Etb EtbEvel EdithEvelyn
me Evelyn Evel Smith Smth and a andMrs Mrs Mr Charles Clo T Smith SmithOEN Bmth BmthGBN SmithGEN
GEN MASON JISON MAKES AMENDE AMENDEApelegfres AMEVDEAplos7 AMENDEApolegiras
Apelegfres for forflirowtag Throwtag Water Into A AAgnews Ann AnnAgnews <
Aplos7 ow
Agnews AtfW1 Face FaeeMrs Fae FaeM FaceMrs
Mrs M Ann A Agnew Agew the demented demente oli oliwoman old oldwom oldwoman
woman wom who Imagines Imgne that Jersey lery Cit Citowe Cty CtyOWN City Cityowes
owe her many my millions mlon of dollars dolan wasummoned wa wassummoned
summoned suoned yesterday Ntray to Mayor Myor Mark M MPagans 1 MFagana
Pagans office ofo In the City Ct Hall Hal to receive rive ai aiapology an anapology
apology aplog from tm Gen G William Wiim B Mason MasonDeputy Mln MlnDput MasonDeputy
Deputy Dput City Cty Collector Coletr for throwing water wateifrom waterIrm waterftom
from Irm a sponge into her face lac lost lat Wednesday Wednesdajwhen Wednesay Wednesaywho Wednesdaywhen
when who she 10 asked him to oblige oblge her with i icheck a acek acheek
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tho old woman womanMadam wom womanMadarn
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for Ma the unpleasant uplet incident icident in I the te City CityCollectors Cty CtyColeora CityCollectors
Collectors office ome on Wednesday Weeay I was waivery wasvery
Coleora very busy bUY when you called caUe I became becameimpatient be beImptient becameImpatient
impatient Imptient var and Id forgot myself mYllf I am a ex extremely extremplT oxtremely ¬
tremely sorry and want you to accept acpt my myhumble myhumble
humble apologies Ir Any Ay time that you call callat cl callat
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you get your checks checksThe chob chobThe checksThe
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Mayor Pagan said Md that the Generals Generalsapology Gener Generalapology
apology closed co the incident incidentSTOLE IncidentSTOfE IncidentSTOLE
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the one who stole ltle the Washington Wuhngonntlon Washlngtonntlonal Washlngtonntlonalheirlooms national nationalheirlooms
heirlooms helrlom from Mount Vernon These Theserelict The Theserehes
relict were recently rtly taken from the real residence realdance ¬
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I It Had la Been De Indicted Indicte for or Violating 10latns the theInterstate theInlentate theinterstate
Interstate Commerce Law LawMEMPHIS Lw LwMUII LawMZMPI1IS
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I mentary mnt proceeding pdJnp In I the t County Cut Coi Court CourtHouse
1 House DoU yesterday 1 of a Fn French Count Cout Jaoqu Jaoqudea Jacques Jacquesdo
dea do Carets Gata and a German Gr Baron Bn Richa Richavon Richard Richardvon
von Kaphorr Kpbr who profeaa th tilute tilutelblt tbelrbdolute tbelrbdoluteinability lr abaolut abaolutInability
Inability lblt to pay 13300 1 due du on a judgment Judgroenof Jud nt
of 155 54M recently rnty obtained obtn against ant the theby thm thmby these theseby
by Alfred Ard Hanan H Mr M Hanan H lent Jnt the thethe them themthe themthe
the money mone on their joint note of band bandCount hd hdCount handCount
Count Jacques Jaues who wb U I I said ad to t hat hv have beer beeronce beenonce
once onc an attache atth of the French Fch Embass Embassin Eb Embassy Embassyin
in St Petersburg Ptenburl testified tlld that tt ha h we weformerly wu wutonrly wasformerly
formerly tonrly in the lumber business bunB at Nor NorCity Nome NomeCity
City Cty Alaska A He sold Ild one on shipload aploa of lum lumbor lu lumher <
her br for 130000 1200 but the th money moDe be said saidshrugging ld ldabggne saidshrugging
shrugging abggne his h shoulders aoudra had h taken tken wings winrto wingsto
to t Itself Itll and ad flown fO away awa In I short sort It w wspent wu wuspenL wasspent
spent Another Aotber load loa for which wbch be spen spent pnt
1250 25000 out of a remittance rmtt from Paris Parishad Pa Parisbad
had been bn consigned cn ged to Nome for sale tw twars two twoar twoyears <
years ars ar ago but be had ba received rlve no news new o oice 01 01it ofIt
it since ice Count Jacques lives In I hopes hp o ogetting 01 01gettng ofgetting
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getting gettng some Ime money mony from It some sm day dy
At present pre nt his hl family laml In Franco Fro support supporthim luppn luppnhim supporthim
him He owns owa absolutely abllutl nothing nothnl ntlf here nereand hereand I
and ad is not seeking elng employment He hi hian baa baaan
an a estate in I France Franc empl01nt but It ItI is I mortgaged mortgagedup
up to the hilt hlL His Hi wife holds bold the th mort mortgage mor inortgage ¬
gage When he h got lt married md we he explained explainedhe exln
he le signed a marriage contract as long aa aaUs uhl ashis
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The To Count Cunt pnalvelr declared dela that It cost him h only onlyMO onlya
I MO a month mont to t live but the Baron Bn o smilingly smilinglyadmitted qmilingiyadmitted on gl glate
admitted that he WM w paying 13 1 3 a day d1 for fordental forhl forhis
ate hl his rms rooms tt at the Clumet Calumet pyng Club W RI In lad laddental
dental expenses brought the total tot up to toabout t toabout
about dent 1160 111 oxpM 150 a month Those To te who beard he the theImpecunious theimpuou theImpecunious
Impecunious abut nobles noble testify marvelled bow howthey bowthey bowthey
impuou they managed so 8 tUIy cheaply oheply me One On would wouldnever wouldnever wouldnever
never appearanceVon appearance mago have suspected sutp it i from their tar general generalappearance Bcner genarLappearance
IpJano Von Kapherr Kpherbwho who up to a year Ye ago ao wsa wsaattached wuattho wa waattached
attached attho to the German berman erman Embassy Eby in I tnWash tnWashInglon Wu Wash Washington ¬
ington ingtn said sal that he lived Uve on the kindness kindnessof kde
of his h brother brthor He had no other visible visiblemeans rble rbleme visiblemeans
means me of support upprt no jewelryno Jeelf7no property propertyreal proprty proprtyrta propertyreal
him real rta or personal prnal and ad no money owing owg to tohim tobm tohim
himWhen bm When Henry He O Wiley Wie counsel for Hanan Hanancaked Dana Hananasked
caked ake him whether he ha had iad cou not come here hereto herl hereto
to vehemence vehemenceAt marry ma Jm an heiress her be denied denJe it with wth much muchvehemence muchvehemence muchvehemence
At the close clo of the examination exnation MrWiley MrWileysaid Mrley Mrleyed MrWlleysaid
said ed that he would ould ask for the appointment appointmentof applntment
of a receiver for the Count Cout but that tt It hardly hardlyseemed ha1 ha1smo hardlyseemed
seemed revor worth while to do so 1 In 1 the case c of ofthe 01tho ofthe
smo wor
the Baron BaronPRESIDENT Bn BaronPRESIDENT > I IIREIDElf
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was filed fl In I the County Cunty Clerks Coks cfflee dfc at atFreehold atFhcld atFreehtld
Freehold Fhcld yesterday teray President Peket Twlnlngs Twlnlngsaeeota Tllgs Tllgsal Thiningsa12oth
aeeota al ocnstat onlt largely llel of Prater Fz Mountain MountainCf Mounta MountainCcpper
Cf Ccpper pper Ccmpany Cmpltckol Blockof which he holds holdsSSuuO heI
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So The To tttai Indebtedness Idebenf is a little lttle over ov
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over 1230 113000 The actual a assets aBels are un unknown unlt Unknwn ¬
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values value Henry lenrT S Terhune former fume Slate SlateSenator Btate8atr StateSezatr
Senator 8atr and a lawyer lwye of Long Lng Branch Bc is isthe Isthe
the assignee assigneeThe a6htne assigneeThe
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If t pay a second l dividend dhdend of 35 2 per cent centThe ct ctTo centThe
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POOLROOM lOOLIlOOV MEN FINED FINEDDut FINEDDut FINEDflut
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After Ate fining J < four lou pcolrccm polm men me who wet wettried we weretrlcd
tried trid In I Special Spial Sessions 8lna yesterday ysday under urdersoctlcn wde wdeallo undersectkn
soctlcn allo 343 3431 343o1 cf the Portal Poai Cede Cde which whic makes makeskeeping make makeskeeping I
keeping k pll a gaming gig house hou a misdemeanor misdemeanorPresiding mioecr mioecrPeidig rniadezneancrPresiding
Presiding Peidig Justice Jtic Mayer Myer announced aCuno that thatin thatIn thatIn I
in future futuo all persons convicted cnvct under wde that thatsection tt ttBele thataecticn
section Bele n of cf a the prlM ctde < de would le u be sentenced sentencedto 8ltenc
to prlscn wlthcut the alternative altematye of a fine fineHitherto fineHItherto e elthero
Hitherto lthero ptn pctlrtera pcl m eases tB have been b tried triedin triedIn triedIn
in General Geeal Seenlcns Slcna under unde section eJOD 831 81 which whichrrakcH whie whichwake
Iakt wake accepting acptll bets bt en n the te races rac a fel leleny lelenyThe feltnyThe < ny nyThe
The trials trialsTho trlail change cro was made in I cider olde to expedite expeditetrials updlto updltotrlail ezpcdlcetrials
trialsThe Tho Lawyer lwyer fcr the men me fined fr yesterday yesterdayannr yesterdayaunt telday teldayan
aunt uncta unCd that tha he wtuld Wuld appeal appl the case caseon C caseon
on an tho ho grt g und that tht if his hi clients cUenU ware wee guilty guiltyof Kut Kutot guiltyof
of an anand anYhing anything gt tbe they wee were Iuty guilty 01 a leltny leltnyad feKayand
and no ad jurisdiction jurisdictionHOOTING Jullctlcn jurledicticnHOOTING t tno that < the Spt Specials BltD Seselces Cout Court ba bano hal halrio
HOOTING BOYS IN CHURCH CHURCHRaced CHURCHRe CHURCHRaeed
Raced Re Vp tp the te Aisle Yelling Yelns and al Disturbed Dtitorbedthe Du Disturbedthe
the Service ServiceA kn1c kn1cA
A crowd cow of boys b1 rushed rulhe Into the te Third ThirdGerman Tr ThirdGerman
German Ger Baptist BpUst Church Curob at IMth lotb street streetand Itr streoSand
and Fulton avenue last lt evening evonl Just JOt as asthe a asthe
the services sr were wor begun bgn bjr b tho pastor pastorthe putorLhe pastorthe
the Rev Rv Dr Belnhard Rnh Hoefflln Hom and ran ranup r razup
up the centre aisle ae yelling ylU The pastor pastorstopped pltr pltrtopp pastoretopped
stopped and asked aed the te ushers Wlhl to put the theyoung theyounl theyoung
young topp disturbers rilturr out outThe out outThe
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Mopped Tbeby only ony to shout ahut in I the ear e of Julia JuliaWiUeeteln JuliaWulleeteln uli
lopp WiUeeteln of 1306 12 Union avenue nue who was wassitting wulttlng wassitting
sitting WIt near ne the th back of the building buidg The Thsushers TheuhCrs Theushers
lttlng
ushers uhCrs headed heded by John Cardsen Crn went on onthe onthf onthe
the run rn after atr the boys bYI but managed manso to tocatch toot tocatch
catch ot only one twelveyearold twe1eeld Joseph JosephCata JOph JOphCtol JosephCats
Ctol Cats of MS t5 Union Unon avenue He was w taken takento taen taento takento
to the Morrisanla police station stationJack stationJack
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Jack Jac Skellys 8kel Drother Killed KilledMichael Kle KilledMichael
Michael MlcheJ Skelly SkU 4S nN years old ol of 0114 141 North NorthEighth Norh NorhEIth NorthEighth
Eighth street atret Wllllamsburg WUlabug a br < ther of ofJack 01Jack ofJack
Jack Skelly Skely the pugilist pucllt was W killed kle early earlyrsterday Mrlyterday earlyyesterday
yesterday morning mcmlg at South S uth Second S Sect nd street streetrtd stret stretard streetard
ard ard rtd Wyihe avenue by falling fal In I frrm fm a war < n nHe nnwladlle nlie
He nwladlle was wasadt W1he adi Ivor for Ie raC ra a cooperage e potage IlelsiMicd IlelsiMicdhis Ie lie Jbc Isabed Isabedhis
his hl team te and the h brlea ir < rscs pag started Itafd suddenly suddenlyard stddenlyand 1ddenl 1ddenlad
and ad unseated u tf him hi lie Je Itastruck struck the pavement pavementen veet veetcn
en his hl head hod sustaining au talnlng a compt c cc mp p und ud frao fraotureo fraoturef tao taolure
arrived arhcd lure I f IthelkuUad the skull ardwsR and wudead was dead mp whenadcctor whenadcctorarrived wheadeor wheadeorarhcd whena dctor dctorarrived
Benefit for the Helpers HelpersThe lelpen lelpenThe HelpersThe
The lady lay associates IltN of the Helpers Belpel whose whosework whoework whosework
work U I for the be sick Ick and poor and ond for lorttlomenL a asettlement asettlement
settlement In I East Et Eightyfifth Eghtyfrth street Ilrt will willhold wi willhold
hold their annual anual benefit bneft next nst Wednesday Wednesdayfrom Wfeay Wednesdayfrom
from 1 P M to 0 PC Ir M at the Waldorf WaldorfAstoria Wador WaldorfAstoria
Astoria Altorta The Te Helpers Ielpers have recently started starteda st
a library at their settlement aetlement and last year yeardistributed y6 yeardistributed
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winds wDd becoming bror eatt and Id brisk briskror brll briskrot
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U M7ug5ne o Eugene Prno Musts uU the te eminent art a nlatorUa b1tr Member Wemberoftbe of the InstItute lnUtut Curator CrlrdChd CnrstorandChjef and Ctlef Librarian Librarianof Ur
of the te Parts Pl Eeole Ele ccie del de Beaux Du Arts A devoud deYkd a moil mo Interesting IDterctar arUelt o to t the theEmie te teEmi Ut UtSI
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10rmtnenlpealt Eminent specialist have assumed umed the task Ik of criticising ertcalr tbe works In the extremelr nlrmel valuable valuablePamillr nlulblePl vituibtePn11111
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ladeUrble amateur m my task toUer 1 Is don and there 011 only remalm lor or me a pleasant dUly namey 1 to evrrur Ibak thank II IIPI ICPcuiiy
aalur Pcuiiy lor or the be Jl oblrlar obiitDg miner manner In wblcb be flclled fscIIItacd the study 01 a colecloa colrction auell hlber bi erie Jealously Jealouslyruarded
PI ruarded and which 11 I am oenaa certain Wl will lmorw tomorrow be clulned and ulebr cclebratcd cclebratcdU led M MW Jlou
raed W Wenelr LteneIre ad wbcl l4ember ember of the IUlllufe Jrler Professor al the Oleelol College of Fr 7ranee e ad and Chief Curator Curatorat
at loretlo t n tbe Louvre Lune and d Pemrlnl PemrlnlPaul Uuseum Wueum uuseum has I analyzed aud the to Italian JI school schl containing cllan works wor by t Palmethe PamM Cic o elder Crlr Crlrt Tin Tinn TinU Sinloretlo i
trlt U Paul Lcfoii I4fo I4fowith Inspector lnpetr of Pine Fle Arts Ar Art and d U 1 Lafond Lfond Curator Crtrofbe of the he ran Museum have bv spoken spokenand
with tb the rrulfl afor ealbuslum of the mUle maslerit wor works Idlbe and the mrel marvel olle of the pnlllhe primitive Spaniard Spaniardand ll
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and of Ibe Oonzales fclborlo1 collaboration of Vejasqueo VcaQuCI Herrara len Illbelra Guys 0 etc etcot el etcIL Splr
ad W 1ePIIeUI Oaw Curator of the Luvr Louvre MUlum Museum M Wn lwr hooac Olreclr Director of the Plantin Mueum Museum Museumit
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Don Sebastian of Bourbon Vul ouke of Pasiran Palrn etc etcThe elCTe etcThe
Da The bll i ilhlbltlon ublblUoa Burn of this thl unique unque collection CUeUOD wIll Wl take Jke place plae on May J and d I at the lb Georges Oerre Petit Pel pp Gal Gallerr asslery
lerr Te rue de S it Pails where Wber Ue 1 Lair Lr Dubraull Dubrui aurtlonecrt ucloner8 rue re do Hinovre tLOv and ad M Henri HenriHaro tr trHam Ca
tef Ham u re artUtetpeft on rttstepen 11tpn application I In 14 I rue rt Vlsoontl Vlal will WU soil e U I by auction ucUoa These Ine ese gentlemen will W will furnish tmlb lfnr Vata VataSufogSSilS cI cI10rfJoap cats catslorUes
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FIFTH FFf AVE ART GALLERIES fALLERIS I IJ6
366 J6 368 36 STH 5H AVE AVENear Near Ner 34th 3th St StART StART StART
ART ATTRACTION ATTRACTIONEXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONEXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTIONEXTRAORDINARY
EXTRAORDINARY EXTRAORDINARYThl 1 1This 1This
Thl This SATURDAY afternoon afternoonat afteron afteronat
at 2 oclock oclockand and continuing ccntlnulnKthe ccntlnulnKtheentir the thentlre theentire
entire entir Week of April Apri 13 13AprU April 18 18Inclusive 18Incluilve
Inclusive InclusiveSale IncluilveSale
Sale of the Superb SuperbBensusan Superbensusan SuperbBensusan
Bensusan ensusan Collection CollectionThe Colection Colectionne
The nod Important Imprat Art Ar offering olelaf ot ottbe ortbe ofthe
tbe season and one of the most Ire Itnportaat 1mPOr8t Ireportast
portaat POr8t eloa ever made In this country countryON countryON countryON
ON FREE EXHIBITION EXHIBITIONDay EXHIITION EXHIITIONDay
Day anti an Evening 9 A M un until unti until ¬
til ti IO lOP P M and until unti close closeof closoof closeof
of tale taleJAMES laleJAMES SaleJAMES
JAMES P SILO Auctioneer AuctioneerBAD Au AuctIoneerZ1ADDOIS tloner tlonerBAD
BAD Z1ADDOIS BOYS CAUSE RUNAWAY RUNAWAYWaton BVNAW RUNAWAYWagon AY AYWaloa
Wagon Demolished Demolle Driver Drnr Has lu Dislocated DislocatedAnkle DIlocale DislocatedAnkle
Ankle Ale and Internal Iteral Injuries InjurleaBorne IJu IJuBomo InjuriesSome
Borne mischievous mishlvoua boys bT8 at Kr I nt avenue avenueand afnU afnUand avenueand
and South 8uth Ekvtntli EfnUl strut WiUlamslmrg WiUlamslmrgyistrday Wtlamlburg Wtlamlburgyul Williamsburgyr
threw stows s at an anund anund n nund
afternoon afti moon
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und yul < rt rakus rtak rmy Vrra ra wagon wion which whc Nathan Capolo Capolowit Cplo Cplowltz Capolowits
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driving One of the th stoats atonl a struck the thehorse thehor thehorse
drivg The animal turned abruptly and andUm andt andthe
horse hor T a tund abrpty
Um front whtcla whu caught cught in a rut and ad wire wireripptd wtrerlppd re rerppd
t ripptd off The T horse hn bcame 1 b oefrlght caine frlRhUncd frlRhUncdand frlghtt nfd nfdand ndand
rppd thrown thrownout thrownout thrownout
and ran away awa CapolowltR Capolowltr wa 11 was
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how ran along K nt af I nu nUt and at South Southtruck SoutbEabth SouthEighth
Eighth horl r IItn trt It t t th wagon lgon colde eollld d with a atnlck atruck
Eabth truck Wit > n n > ar Broadway a crowd of oftop 01p ofptople
top ptople opt > from a Grand strvtt stnl t ferryboat ferryboatnarrowly lurboat lurboatnaowly ftrryboatarr
narrowly p arr ecap ca > dlnjury d Ijur injury injuryA
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polo ma distanon The Theliors
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away Wa drag
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hoN r W was d molish d dCaplowltzl dCapolowltzs
wajon wagon Capolowltzs mollh l ft Inkl anklo wu dllloCald dllloCaldand dislneattd dislneattdand
Caplowltzl rvally but he n nlu nins
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to i iescaped the hospItal The boys boysC
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escaped escapedWILL tapd tapdWIL C 50IX d dWILL
WILL WIL BRING nRI RRINGIJODY G BODY nODI 3SOO 3lO MILES MILESWill MILESyIll UIES UIESmi
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WHITS WIUT PLAINS Pl N Y April AprtlloRlatv 10Rclatlvea 10Rclatlveaof
of Warren Warn B Smith the carpet cart manu manufacturer manufacturer nu nutcurr ¬
facturer of Yonkers who died recently rnti In InKalrovan inKairovan I
Kalrovan tcurr Tunis Tnll have ha f gone to that place plac for forhU rorhi forhis
hU KroTan hi body b which will wn be b brought to Yonkers Yonkeraa Yonker I Ia
a distance dletc of 3600 350 miles mle for burial burn The Thelaced Thoby Thebody
laced In the Smith mauso mausoThe mausolatin
body wil will b be plac placed Smth
by latin In Woodiwn Cmtef7 Cmtef7The Cemetery CemeteryThe mauI
le1 The will Wolw which has not been ben filed ffd Is Issaid lasaid Isuicl
said to wil dispose of more property than any anyother an anyother I Ioter
other document dllp which ha hB has prprty ever been bn filed filedin flrd filedIn I Iin
doCment
in oter Weotchenter county count Mr Smith left leftaccording 1111 leftaccording
aonUng according WNtchttlr to the estimate fltmate of a close eM financial financialfriend fncta fnctafrtend financial financialfriend
friend about abut 31000000 1200 1200CAT 52cxxCANT 31000000CANT
CANT FAY lAY HWHER lIlER LIQUOR LQUOR TAX TAXFirst 7tX 7tXFm TAXFirst
First Fm Announcement Anutmmt of a Saloonkeeper SaloonkeeperIt JlloonkHpr JlloonkHprI
It I lisa Driven Drnn Out of nnslnees nnslneesLawrence Dtlnf DtlnfLEO flnsinessjwrence
Lawrence Kronenborger KnenberJr Uquor dealer dealerat
at LEO 1SS1 Boston Blton road confessed conre judgment judgmentfor
for J81 1819 IIID 619 yesterday yeltrdy in favor of Christine ChristineAmann Crstine ChristineArnann I IAmnn
Amann his hil motherinlaw for or money moneylent mane manelent moneylent
lent Amnn to him 1dm A deputy dputy sheriff IIhorll made mdf a levy levybualneM lovyon levyon
rm
on the saloon lon I It W was said there that the thebusiness I
business buD would not warrant waanl the Increased IncreasedUquor Incffd Incffdlquor increasedliquortax
Uquor lquor liquortax liquortaxPrivate tax taxPrivate
Private Pnte In Marine tarne Corps Corp lets a70OOO a70OOOPrivate s2ooooPjvste 200
Private Pte Don C St John of tho Marine MarineCorps Marn MarineCorps
Corps Cora at the the navy nav yard yar In Brooklyn Brklyn who whorecently whorntl whorecently
recently rntl returned rured from China Clnll and the Philip Philippine Pl Philippines llp llpplnN ¬
pine plnN has h8 received fhe word wor that tht ho ha h has fallen fallenheir talpn talpnheir fallenheir
heir to IWO 50000 000 from his l grandmother Krandmothlr Mm MrsB In i iE I
E M St John widow of Col St John Johnwho i iwho Iwho
who E commanded commAnde the IMth 2th Ohio negl llegImeat ll I Iment I
ment during the th CMI War The Te property propertYis
is II at Cock Ck durng Creek Crk reek Ohio St John propny propnyII has Mill stIlteighteen UII i ieighteen
eighteen elBhtfn month montl to serve pne for Uncle Sam Sm
American Art Ar Galleries GalleriesaCADUOK falerles
aCADUOK 110 SQUARE SQtAE SOUTH sou NEW YORK YORKNow YORKNow oa
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COLLECTION OF OFRare OFRare F FRare
Rare and Beautiful BeautifulObjects BeautifulObjects BeautifulObjects
Objects of f Antiquity AntiquityTh
Th The majority majoriy of which are a of ofExtraordinary otExtraordinary ofExtraordlnary
Extraordinary Interest InterestTo InteresteTo
To be Sold at Unrestricted UnrestrictedPublic Unresticted UnrestictedPublc UnrestrictedPublic
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BY ORDER ORBR OF OFDikranKhan OFDikran O ODikraii
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DAY DA V THURSDAY FRI FRIJf FRIof FRIof
of DAY and SATURDAY SATURDAYnext SATURIJV SATURIJVnext
next April ApriS 151617 IS l 6 17 18 18Sale 18Sale 18Sale
Sale at 230 oclock oclock7h
7h he sal ale will wil 00 6 be conducted conducd by byTHOMAS byTHOMAS byTHOMAS
THOMAS E KIRBY of the theAmerican theAmericn theAmerican
American Americn Art AssociationManagers AssolatoDM AssociationManagersM2dkorSq nagers
6 L East Et 23d 2d Stt st Madison Mdion M2dkorSq Sq SqSouth SqSouthL SqSouthlACKAGE South SouthPACKAGE South1ACKAGE
PACKAGE SYSTEM SlSTEV SVSTEMWOIKS WORKS WELL WELLCollector JfELLColector IFELLCollector
Collector Colector Stranshan Strnahan Shows lo That 1lt a 4ft 4ftHour 48 4SHour
Hour loD Order Orer Is I f tnnftey tnnfteytvna Vnnecessary VnnecessaryNcvada nnrceisiry nnrceisiryNevada
Nevada tvna N Stranahan Stranaa COIL ctor of tho thoPort tboIlt thoPort
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IhodlscuMion J the he dbc discussion lon resultlntr from the effort effortof effortof
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of certain Crlaln brokers brokCr to obtain an a order rder Tf rp r nlr Ilr
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bo b dellvfr dtlreJ deliyreJ 4 wltliln wlhll fortr fortTwlrlt fortyiebt UUt hour sfter ftr
ttio til cn reneral tnfrll < rnl order orer U I up makes the followlutf rolollul aler
information porting Ilrormnton public of particular partclar Interest Interet to the la laporllnc la Ireporting
portnt pullc
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order orer up U April Apr 5 MO r public pUblo store 8torO all al deliver deliverHambureAmerican delherei delhereiApri
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irench I line Jn stf Mtfamohh m hliI I allrctanieien allrctanieienernl a lretarleUflcml
ernl frl order orfr up April Apri II Jo 7 PubllcStor Pul Ic8lorr pack packaeri packat packages
ages at all I delivered delhere April 9 t
Other Olh r lit I ii e and Ind MeHiiiMilp prl teHIhlr under urdr the thepresent thf lbspressnt
present prEnt 15tein r Stel t m of the Collector nr orf fITS dome dolnl rir rirRortlonnteh 1 r rportjnnntelr >
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10 lIe o Store deliveries dtlyrlp roo It 1 t beliecl > olpr < i Unit Unitwithin tlr tlrlhl ihitwithifl
within lhl n I horl tlie f It will Ill be b the > enreptlnn enreptlnnwhen f eertki eertkiehen pt1
when 1 htn Public PLblc Stores 8toro Drl are rn not I nlldellxerod I II dlrf dlfered In Insllft InsIia
sllft sIia 1 of fortyeUht fnleltht hour hourl after Irlr tli Hut Ketifral Ketifralorder rnr rnrorr eneralorder
order orr I Is up upMrt upMn upMrs
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