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ud that hat hatby by spending pendlnl 101000000 tho Stat Statmay 8tatF
F J may 10 o enlarge nl rce the canal that freight freightwill rrollht8Will frclghUwlU
will reduoed below tho rail rate anOme and andI an ancS
S I Ome tne mllllona i 1l1ons of buhola of grain will b bdiverted be bedlY6rUId txdiverted
diverted from the th Now York Central th thErie the theErie the
e Erie and the Lohlgh Valley railroads ti titheoanaj to tothe t tS
S theoanaj theoanajBuppofAfhiit1 the thoMlf
f BuppofAfhiit1 Sup otbIt J tho oo oost t of transportatlo transportatloby tranportatiorbyoanaItoutothatwhoatma7boc3JTIec
by byoanaItoutothatwhoatma7boc3JTIec canal canalla U out BO that wheat may bo carried carrleat carriedat
at a ai aOIC 1 6nt 6ta a bushel l 1811 es by canal than bt btHsllftym h1 h11IIIJ h
1 Hsllftym 1IIIJ fr9fJS rop Buffalo Bu1r to New York YorkWholl YorkWhb1l YorkWbbiI
Wholl get et the tbecent tbecentWill cent centWill
1 Will any resident or taxpayer of New NewTorlbrn NewS
S Torlbrn
4 e EvenifbVmoh BlIInathe moD non wbo wh ho wore able to 80IYe 80IYethe eoIrethfltenpunIoAtthoftrtriftI olvi olvith
th the thfltenpunIoAtthoftrtriftI fifteen puzxle At tho first tr t trial and who whodid whodid whodid
did pig pip inclover blindfolded and play playtstlddlywinka playtldcUnrlnca pIayetIddyy4n1
tlddlywinka In their theL aloep III Iop p and can work wor worcheat worltehH4
cheat problems by telepathy cant fin finthe flnel flnelIh ftndth
5 the Ih citizen c1d n of orNew New York who get geta ta the cent centTh CEOnt11Mman centTb
Th 11Mman man who produces and sells lieU eU th thwheat the theh thS <
S wheat whta h lives in tho th Wost probably in on onof ono onoof onof
of the th Dakota At any rate hell a lon lonill lonUatarite Ions4Itafle6 < <
Uatarite ll thee from New York Tho buyer i tIn iin 11 11In I
in England Ena Germany Hungary Franc Francor FranceorItaly Francior
or orItaly Italy The wheat isnt nt brought toNei toNeiYork to New NewYork Neiva I
a York to bo mada into flour for local oon conomptlon oonIIfIImptJon oonmpt1on
omptlon The flour U made by the bitmni bit ble blemI9C bignI
mni mI9C nI ff the West It comes to New York YorLmerely Yorkmretyaa Yorkroerely
merely mretyaa as a necessary nec neoeeu uary stopping toppln place P1 ° on onIt onIt onurn
It urn way wa to foreignshores fore1en ahoree where the land landJ landd
d < J t > oo op Produce uoe wheat and corn enough for forDM ror1M forth
DM th consumption n of their peoples It it itJmot 11 11aImoet I ILimost
Jmot entirely entIrel export grain grainNeither grainN grainNlther
Neither N ther the buyer nor tho seller IFreI liven livenar lITeIler
I ar doe dO l buaifieas b bueee ees in New York or lr la I taxablo taxablehero taxablohere taxablohere
here for th the maintenance of the State StateGovernment StteOoYe11UO StateGoYethment
Government GovernmentThn OoYe11UO l1t l1tNti
Nti 1n1ewYork 1n7ewVorkcan > rAn get that cent centS nt ntTMd6MJbAcedelevator
Thn TMd6MJbAcedelevator dnouaood elevator ring at Bur Buffalo Burfalo fluffalo
S falo t take t M til Jtcnn it can but that U figured InC in inthe Inhe
C the he h rat rI The terminal charge at New NewYork 1ewVork Nework
York ork Is 1 another an tber tribute levied from the thebuahel thebUlbI thebuab
buahel buab l but that Is I part of the rate Both Bothare Bothare BothSte
are charge that cannot bo escaped on lake lakeand lAkeaM
and 04 canal oazWlhlpmentl shipments The canal is I toll tollfrM toUtree tollE
E tr tree It ItwW will ooet the State 18000000 a ajrear arear ayearjorftftyyearsiltbeDavleaottp
rear yearjorftftyyearsiltbeDavleaottp yearjorftftyyearsiltbeDavleaottpr for for fifty years if the Davis act U ap approvedby po popoftdby
r provedby the Ui people but not one cent centOf centet centS
S Of f thl this tax can be taken from the bushel bushelthat busheltbat butheltbat
tbat I bound abroad The Tb State simply simplysayaito IIlmplaltDtbeWettem aimplyeaysLthsWNtom
sayaito altDtbeWettem tb Western producer and the for foreign fore1p foreLgn ¬
eign obpsUmer Jflter er Use thl this water route be becaus beOAua6we becuie
OAua6we cuie caus we w dont like to eee II grain car carried carried carrd ¬
ried fa it cars f80 WeU pay well for the ex expen expenao cxpeneer
pen penao peneer peneerIt i iIt I
penIt It tMUs MS to be reasonable a conclusion conclusionthat conclusionthat concluelonthat
that th oant nt I U saved to the Western Westernfarmer WesternIArmer Weaternfrmf
farmer or the buyer acrota ethOM roea the eeas eeasBut lle8llBut eeaaS
S But will the enlarged canal be able to todireft todlYett todImtt
direft the th grain rain trade from the railroads railroadsWill railroadsWIll rafiroadeW1uitbbl
Will W1uitbbl li be able abI to out the rail rate a cent centabuaaeli centbudelt centabuihel
abuaaeli budelt The Canal Association tlon of Greater GreaterN OreatetNe GreaterNiw1
Niw1 N Ne WI York prefers to figure on a smallerI smaller smallermargin mallermup
I margin and andJtll says saysIt saysIt
It Jtll Is a fact that a difference of one oneeJxteeath oneII1steenth onexteenth
eJxteeath to oneeighth of a cent a buhl buhlfn
fn oot of transportation in In for r of one onerout onerouteover oneI
I routeover rout over another suffldnt IA to divert divertnearly divertnearly divertnearly I
nearly all tide tramoU traffio traffioIf
U Uw theoanal cuaI should divert 10000000 tons tonsof toMof tonst
of freight Jroai from the th raUt rflsda 1 Oada > ada to the canal canalit canalit
t it must mu pay 10 0 cent cents a ton aa 8 a subsidy subsidyfor subsidyfor
for doing d lna lngthle this It will be paying 17 7 out to tofeeour toNoI1re toS
I S feeour OO1tO II of profit pro for every dollar gained gainedto
L to tb ha men who bo own the canalboata canalboataTh
t I 1b Thei el the argument for the canal canalH canalThe
H Th The people p pls are asked to rote 1101000000 1101000000for 101000000for 1O1000000for
for it 0n Jan 7Oor 1 Gov Odell who had at athi athie athis
hi his command oomi > > nd all the thelnformatlon information that the theBut theSt theStat4
Stat4 St But oould collect estimated < that the cost costwould ooatwould costwould
would be more than 3iS090000 3iS090000Oa 335 oqoooo oqooooQq
Oa tfaaCbMUth tbaJ thbas the subsidy 1U d7 which the State Statewfll StateWW Statdll
wfll havVtb h iet pay must be figured twoand twoanda twoandhalttim
a half halttim time higherBut higher higherBub higherBut
But the thqueetlon question left unanswered is isWho I IWh isWbogecsttoont
Who Wh Wbogecsttoont WbogecsttoontTo seta the cent centTo oentPT080me
To T080me some persona that Is unimportant unimportantThey unbnportantthey unlthportantThey
They know that the Odell machine get getthe geta getathe eta etatbe
the first whack at the 101000000 1101000000YOG 101000000YOUXO 101000000youxa
Girls Glr Identify Them l em as Ones Who Forced ForcedThem I Ilbem
I ILoul
Them to We of Shame ShameLouis Shameiouii
Louis Black a saloonkeeper In Middle Middleton Middleton MiddleS
S ton street tr et near nMl Broadway WiUlatiuburg WiUlatiuburgwho
I who was arrested on Tuesday night on the thecharge thecharce thecharge
charge that he had harbored for Immoral Immoralpurposes Immoralpurpo8Ol
7 purposes Lucy Staff IS 1 yean old of 77 77North 17North 77North
North Seventh street and Mamie Gregory
17 year 3ftaold sxt old of S71 Leonard street both bothof bothof bothof
of whom disappeared from their homes homesnerlytwo homesneul1 homesI
I nerlytwo neul1 two months ago wan held yetterday yetterdayIn y
In 11 the th Leo avenue police court In tsooo 3000 ball ballBlack bI11sBlaok baliaok
Black aok 1 Is already awaiting aWI t1nlt trial In Special SpecialSection SPfClalaeol1Jlon Specialeea1onaon
Section aeol1Jlon on the thechare charge of keeping a disor disorderly ll8orderly ¬
r derly house houseAlter boWIeAfUr houseAftsr
I Alter Black was arraigned yesterday yesterdaylaldor yesterdayIaldor yesterdayIs1dorIerisI9yeareo1do
laldor Is1dorIerisI9yeareo1do Lewis LewlID 19 years y Rn old of lOSelgel 10 lOSeigeletroet lOSeigeletroetand Sellel street streetand stroetaDd
and Mom MlnnlUld Ml nlt8k1 21 years old of 112 112Humboldt 112Humboldt
1 Humboldt street were taken before beforeMagistrate berore1tIagiitrate beforeMagistrate
Magistrate HIgglnbothara on a technical technicalcharge technicalcharfj technicalS
S charge of vagrancy Both girls told the thepolice thepoll theS
poll police that Lewis and MlnnTtski had en entioed endeed enioed
S deed them them from their homes and com compelled compelled cornI ¬
I pelled them thez to lead a life of shame The Theprisoners Theprl80nera
4 prisoners admitted being with the gIrlsbut girls girlsbut
4 I but denied luring them from home Lewis Lewisand Letlliland Lewisand
and Minnitakl were held In KOOO ball baIl8ICh baIl8IChqBGEDClrY each eachFORCED eachFORGED
Pawnbroker cashed One for 15CaIPrit 15CaIPritBadI1I IICupritHad Culprit CulpritHad
Had BadI1I Three fl to Hero la IDa Pocket PocketA P kec kecA
A welldressed young 7OW man went Into IntoJohn IntoJohn intoJohn
John J Savers pawnshop at US Franklin Franklinstreet FranklInIttreet Franklinstreet
street Qreenpolnt on Monday and pre presenting prent proseottag ¬
senting nt a check ouch aa those given lven to topolicemen topoUoemen toS
S policemen and andftremon firemen monthly for SIS SISasked liSuked l5 l5asked
asked to have It cashed Ho was accom accommodated aooommodAted ¬
4 modated and the check was sent to bank bankTwq bankTwq bankrwQ
Twq days later it wa WM returned marked markedN
N Q The Th pawnbroker complained at attho atthe atthe
the Greenpoint av avenue nua police atatlon atatlonDetectives lltatlonDetecttTe etationDetotI1es
Detectives caught the man whopreeontod whopreeontodIt who presented pft8ntedIt
It yesterday tie cold ho howAl was Thomas G GMurphy OuPh7 0uh7
Murphy uPh7 uh7 of 99 3IIltammlnd Hammond street Newport NewportMurphy NcwportMurpb
4 Murphy Murpb had hadtl1ree three blank checks of the thepaymastersdepartment thea thepaymasters
paymastersdepartment paymasters a department He refused fused to totell toteU toeli
tell eli wherethey were WI obtained The Tb police policeheld poUoeheld polleeheld
held him on Saver charge of forgery A Afew Afe AI
I few fe month ago simlllar forged for d checks checkswerotpawed ch checkst b bere
t werotpawed ere upon WilUamaburg business businessP bu businesspeo lnlM lnlMfDtIDr
P fDtIDr peo V VklftttYtel l lk4
klftttYtel k4 Hot tot Xerobaiit trQiuu Get a sta staOjirlii 8t 8tiiTwx1nt stas stasci1airis >
Ojirlii iiTwx1nt Kanlor r of Cantor ft t Cohn who whofailed whofaliedfor ho ho1a116dfol
failed 1a116dfol for 171000 IT 7I000 ooo seine IIII months ago and andas andWAI andwas
was as proaecutoci by the lie Merchant Associa Association APOclatlon Aeaoadoll ¬
doll on a charge of having obtained good goodon gooWton goodst
t I on credit by misrepresentation mlaropre ntallon obtained obtaineda obtainedcertUloat
I a certifloaU of jeanonable r doubt yesterday yesterdayfrom tterdaTrrom
1 from Stipreme Court Justice Davis so sothat 10that sothat
that A lie i might nillhtapp apply for his release pending pendingthe plndlnlthe
I the appeal ppel from his conviction and theI the thetentenoo theMnten
I tentenoo Mnten of live ve yeoni 1fUalmprtaonment imprisonment Im Impoarduppn 1mpOwd ImI
I t poarduppn pOwd n hn htm by byJtcoonitr Itooorder Golf OoffCar GolfCar Dofftar
Car Cuts Utl Off 0 Boys Leg LegWilliam fA fAWlWam LegWilliam
William Alsopp A tQpp n fifteenyearold tlrtMn rold boy boyemployed bo1emploed boyemplo
employed emplo by H Hlf H Thompson Thorq lOn at t leo Market Markettreot Marketatrlet Marketstreet
street Newark N Jk J J was AI knocked down downI
I by bda a team yesterday afternoon near Market Marketand MarkltaD Marketand
and aD Washington as1itngwn IntQn afreet treefJo in that city and andHe andfell andS
S 7 fell uodsr der a mom morthg trolley car r which took tookoff
off hi his right leg betwtln the ankle and
kn knee He II was taken to the City Hotpital HotpitalKilled JlOipltaiKt
I Killed Kt rd in 1 Park Avenue tcue Tunnel TunnelFrank TunnelIi nmnelFrank
Ii Frank Vleck eck a button maker who uwd uwdto uAt uAtto usodI <
I to live Ih ar at d Little Ittle Ferry N J was run over overand 011and overand
and Wllfd yesterday by a New York Central ntral ntralra1A
j rain In too Park avenue tunnel at Blxtr Kilt KiltIA tiiztIIXtli5rest
IIXtli5rest IA r1tHt The body was II IdenUOoo 1J1
Aim Huller his IHethlart IHethlartI
TO fxosecvre flost UTiAVDE CAXDY TRVS TRVSCriminal rlVllr TRUffIcilata1
Criminal Proceeding ooeedla fr ir Coaplrc CoaplrcAgainst CeupiraOTApIMt CoespirseAgainSt
Against Jobber Job ert ANoUUB ANoUUBTwo Aa toIaU toIaUTwo daUTwo
Two candy jobbers have complained oomlalnod t tthe to toUe tthe
the District Attorney Attome that they the have be beruined been beenl beerilned
ruined l lned by tho New York Y l1r Confectioner ConfectionerJobber OonteeUoneryJobbera Confot1onerJobbers
Jobber Association They are Moss MosoGoldenborg Mo MossOoldenborg ea eaGoldenbor
Goldenborg of 1M East Roadway Br ad1f7 ani aniDavid and andDavid ancDavid
David Slegler of 178 Eosex lox street Aa Aaresult a i iresult I Ireeult
result Assistant District Attorney Pechne Pechnei Pechnerosterday Pechneyesterday
i yesterday drew up a complaint charrtathe charrta charrtnatbe chartnithe
the Incorporators of the jobbers organize organizetlon org organizelion lZ4 lZ4lion
lion with having violated Y10lat d Section 168 o oUio or orlho otim
tim Penal Code CodetIho the conspiracy con pltl1cy section sectionIn
In having formed a conspiracy to kee keeup keep keepup keejup
up tho price of candy and shut hut out opposl opposltlon oppoeltion I Itlon
tlon Justice Wyatt of the Court of Specli Speclifxywlonn S HociaScssion lall lallScMlon
fxywlonn after examining the complaintgave complaint complaintgave I Igave
gave Mr Pechnor summonses lummon for thirteen thirteecandy thlrteeicandy I
candy cand jobbers rctumablo on May D Proceedings Pro Proceedfng Proceedlng
ceedfng in tho t tlio 10 civil courts aro alread alreadon already alreadyon alreadjOflihe
on onThe The Jobbers summoned arc Victor Claim ClaimIsldor C1allllO C1allllOhldor CiaiueIsidor
Isldor Byk Luolan Lowenthal John Merle MerleChristianPell MerlJullta MerleJulIus
JulIus Steier Jullu T JUedemannDavld JUedemannDavldchman lliedemann David DavidBaohman
Baohman chman Jacob Much Samuel Levine unIneChrilltlan LevineChristian
ChristianPell Christian Fell Maurice L Well Jaoo JaooMendelowitz Jaoob JaoobMendelowltz JsoolMendelowita
Mendelowitz and John Schrelner SchrelnerPlaintiffs ScbrelnerPlaJntllfs ScbretnerPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs My that Uioy were boycotts boycottsby boycottedby boycottocby
by the association for sellIng to expelled expellemembers expelledmembefl expeliocmembers
members membersi membeflLOST membersLOST
They nit Disappeared From the Opera Do Doof Oox Ooxor floof
of the Daughters of the Confederacy ConfederacyThe ConftdlrarThe ConfederacyThe
The members of New York Chapter ChapteiUnited Chap ChapterUnited r rUnlt
United Unlt < < i Daughters Daulh lra of the Confederacy Confederacyaro
aro much concerned oon rnoo over the lo loss s of twc twcbeautiful two tWbeautiful
beautiful beautUulI811k silk flags one the flag of the Con Confederacy Contederac1 Confedericy
federacy the other a United States flag flagworth flagworth
worth about 175 73 each which were Wllr stolri stolrifrom lltolenfrom stolerfrom
from from tho Metropolitan Opera HOIIM Jloi ae Ion IonSaturday llUlt llUltSaturda1 lasSaturday
Saturday night nightOn nightOn nightOn
On that night an amateur performance performancewas perfo anco ancowas
was given under tho aui auiFederation auspices of the 8tato 8tatoFoolratlon i3tatFederatIon
Federation of Women C Cfit Clubs 1ube for the bone beneijt bonefit
fit of ajtlrl a girls trade school The T e Dauchtet Dauchtetof Daughters Daughtersor
of the Confederacy took one of the boxes boxesand boltlAnd boxesand
and the flags were re draped draped about the box boxThey boxThey boxThey
They vanished some time after the per performanoo performanco r rlormanco
formanoo When Mrs J 1 JI Parker the thipresident theprelldnt thpreskknt
president of the chapter sent II nt for them 01 01Monday on onMonday orMonday
Monday morning thwy oould not be found foundRewards roundReward foundReward
Reward have been n offered and detectlvei detectlveiemployed d detectivetemployed
employed em lo to no avail availThe availe aaIlThe
The e Confederate flag was a gUt of Mrs MrsParker Mr MrParktor MraParker
Parker to the chapter It was made bj bja b11 bya
a Charleston Cbarl ton flagmaker and great grea palm palmhad painshad I
had been taken to Lave it correct in ever everdetail every everdetall I Idetail
detail Tho Union flag was purchased b bthe by bythe bythe
the chapter chapterFUMIGATION chapterFUMIO4TON i iFUlIlG4TION
Cop Wouldnt oaldn Believe That a Ralvatloi SalvatlorArmy RalvatloiArmy 8ahUonArll1J
Army Hotel Was at Blazing BlazingTho Dladn DladnTha UlaxingThe
The Board of Health squad fumigate fumigatethe tumIatedthe fUmigatedthe
the Salvation Army lodging house know knowaa knownI
aa I the Ardmore at 81 Bowery yesterday yesUrdaafternoon yesterdayafternoon re n1ay n1ayaltemoon
afternoon by setting seWn pans of burning buruln e1phur eul eulphur sulphur
phur on tho different floors One of tb tbpan the thepanI thepans
pan set fire to some bed clothing on the th1third the thethird thethird
third floor and an attendant rushed to th thstrebt the thestreet
street to turn In an alarm alarmA aIannA
A policeman police man who was standing near th thbox the thebox thebox <
box thought be knew what was AI taking taklnjplaoo tAklnaplaoo takingpia
plaoo pia co and refused to let the man turn in ai aialarm an anlarm analarm
alarm larm The latter insisted that there wa waa WR8fire wasa
a a fire but the policeman brushed him a Mid Midg Midsisaving ld ldsaying <
saying g
They aint no fire Theyre just smoking smoklnrthe smokingthe
the joint jointAn
An alarm was finally 11na11 sent II nt in and when wheithe whenthe whenthe
the first engine company oom y came the firemen flremmalso fttlmnaI firemenIo
also aI Io o heard about the fumigation t r gatlon and started storUxto startedto > d dto
to return to their quarters quart n Battalion elite eliteCnir ChlerCruger C1IelCrtiger
Cruger Cnir r made an InvMtlgatlou with th thresult the thereault theresult <
result that two more alarms were turned it itbecause In InbeeU88 Inbecause
because of the danger to nearby buildings buildingsNot buildingsNot
Not much damage was done doneWOULD donerrOULDRATnEB doneWOULD
Barry Refines efuses to Be Hauled Oat of f Canal Canalbat Canalbut Canalbut
but Resents Being Struck StruckRobert StruckRobert StruckBobort
Robert Barry 37 l7 years old of this city citygot cityot citygot
got ot tired of walking yesterday and jumped jumpedinto JumpedInto JumpedInto
into the canal near River JUY r street Newark NewarkN
N J He refused refusedto to take hold of ora a rope raptwhich ropewhich ropewhich
which was thrown to him and aald that he hewanted heWanted hewanted
wanted to die dieHalf dieHalt dieHalf
Half a dozen excited Italians determined determinedto
to rescue him They prodded him with witipole withpo1e withpoles
pole until they aroused aro eC1 his Indignation Indignationand
and giving Idvln up the idea of drowning he hewaded hewadedMhore hewaded
wadedMhore waded ashore with the Intention of thrash thrashing thrashIng thrashIng ¬
ing his rescuers one of whom had bruised bruisedbin bruisedhIA bruisedhis
bin head by a blow with a scantling < < He Hefell HereU Hefell
fell into the hands of a policeman and will willbe willbe willbe
be charged this morning with attempting attemptingsuicide attempt1ugulclde attemptingsuicide
suicideUftOLWS suicide suicideVROLARS ulcldeJJVBGLAm
SOme me of the Van an Yorx Sliver However HoweverWas nowenrWu HoweverWas
Was Valued alatd Highly JHghiyMotleT HighlyMOPHT IUlhIMotKt
MOPHT V VEItNON BNOK N Y April 20 DBurg 2gBurgmxii DBurgIan Burg Burgam
Ian am entered the home of Theodore Van an Yorx YorxSTB Yonat Yorxat
at STB Summit avenue last night and escaped escapedIth etlC4pedwith escapedwith
with Ith about 1500 300 worth of nllver plate and andbio andtable andtable
table bio ware This morning a servant went wentnto wentinto ent entinto
into nto the dining room to set the table forbreakfast for forreakfait rorbreakrut
breakfast and discovered that the table tablend I4bloand tableand
and nd the sideboard had been swept clean cleanlr c11anMr cleanMr
Mr lr and Mrs Van Yorx are wellknown wellknownluslcal weUknownmualca1 wellknownmusical
musical luslcal people ple The silver that wa taken takenas takenW811 takenwas
was as mostly plated but was highly valued valuedif vl valuedby ued uedby
by if the family for Its It associations Some Someif Someor Someof
or if it was old and had been In the family familyor
for or a long time timeVXIOXS timeUN timeVNIONSCL4SS
VXIOXS UN VNIONSCL4SS o s CLASS OF 63 63peclal 638peelal 63Speelal
peclal Efforts to Gather 1C Iii Iembers on onIts onItl onlii
Its Fortieth Anniversary AnnhersaryAmasa AnniversaryAmosa AnnhetllAlAmaa
Amosa J Parker of Albany and Chorlos Chorlosi s sIa
L i Easton of 229 Broadway this city are arectlng areacting areacting
acting a u a committee e to bring together togethers
811 s many member as possible of the clans clansf cla claof classct
of f 03 3 of Union College CoUo in Schenectady on onune onJune onJune
June une B alumni day It WAIl the last of tholarger tho thoargor tholarger
larger argor classes claa ea for many years Ite members memberare membersire
are scattered all over the earth but It is islows IIIhoped Ishoped
hoped that nearly a quarter or the old rol rollow fellows
lows will join the procession on the campus campusIO
40 Yale ale Divinity Student Sttidenhito to B De Here Today TodayNEW TOoda TOodaNEW ToiayNaw
NEW HAVXN Hn April 2 npror Prof W B Bailey Baileyat
at tho Social Science Department of Yale YaloUniversity YloUniversity YaleUniversity
University took forty 10rtYieniors seniors of the Yale Yaledivinity Yaledlvlnlty Yaledivinity
divinity schoolto school e to New York tonight to togive togive togive
give them a chance to study some social socialoondltlons 80claloondltloDl socialconditions
conditions there Tomorrow the party partywill pazjywill
will visit t nandallu Wards and Black Blackwells Blackwelll Blackwells
wells islands l the University Settlement Settlementand ttlomentand
and the Educational Alliance They The will willspend willeJllnd wiltspend
spend tomorrow night at a Mills hotel hoteland hoteland hoteland
and the following day will b h6 spent at atEllis atFJIIII atFIlls
Ellis Island in Chinatown and in visiting visitingtho visitingthe Isltlngthe
the modern tenements tenementsClaM tenernenta01aleoBlewtll tenementsGlaBiowtng
01aleoBlewtll ClaM > Blowlnc Machine a Success SucemIKDIANAFOLIB 8uernlINDIAKAIOLII SuccessltfDIA2cAoua
IKDIANAFOLIB April Aprll2eThe 29The The first product productif
or if the windowglassblowing machines machineshlch machInCIIwhich machineswhich
which hlch were Installed at Gas City was waslaced wup1aoed wasplaced
placed laced on the market today and it is I saidto said saido aaldto
to o be thi th most perfect perf window glam over overurned ovorturned overturned
turned out at the factory thus Insuring lnaurlnetho
the he success uoce of the blowing blowln machine Three Threehlft ThreeabUt ThreeshIfts
abUt shIfts of men menJ fortyflvu In each ore era erailoycd emploCd sinploycci
iloycd with fiattenors Ilattenors and ladler In the theilant thepa theplant
pa plant ilant t but In no case has any of the 300 300ild 300old 300old
old ild blowers been successful in obtaining obtainingplace obl4nlnga
a place In the Gas City plant plantWill plant111t plantWill
Will 111t Test Jerseys Jtrsl New Primary PrlnlAl Law LawThe I IThe LawThe
The Hoboken nobok n Democratic Oty Committee CommitteeIBS Conunit tee teehas
has IBS decided to test tho constitutionality constitutionalityf
of > f the new Record PrimaYy rnmary law which whichjrovldra whlohpruvldll whichprovides
provides for fo the nomination of candidates candidatesly
h1 ly dnlegsteo Instead IDI of by open balloting ballotingit
at it the polls poU The Thelawalrecta law affect rouniclpoliUos rouniclpoliUoshrougnout munlclpalltlNIhroughout munkipalitiesthroughout
throughout New Jersey and I IA partlcu partlcuarly partlcm1arly particuIarly
arly obnoxious to Democrat The com comnltteo oommlt cornmittes
mlt nltteo intend to tent the law by holding holdingip holdlnltopen holdingpen
open ip pen n primaries in Hoboken next Monday Mondaytight Mondaynllht Mondaynight
nllhtTw tight nightrw tightwo
Tw wo More Men Whipped by Whltecap WhltecapNABIIVIUJC WhlCen WhlCenNAlStILU WhIteespNasnviux
NABIIVIUJC lad April 29 News 1 haswn has hasbfocn baabeen
been wn received of U the > o whipping of two more moreen moremen moremen
men en by mobs following clone upon tho thellsgroeful thoAicraoeful thodla
dla Aicraoeful aodulalralr affalrat at Bloomington on Sunday Sundayamen Sunda1JameA Sundaylames
lames amen Moffett and EIIworth Kip worth Huhroan Huhroanrero lIubmanwero
were tied to trw and whipped until they theyiledbecAUM
bird iledbecAUM blC4UIK It I Is charged they llMre 11Itrete1 11Itrete1their illtreatedtheir te < l lheir
their wires > novo Io Ditrhln 1 > lIrhln drvlarra ho will willo wIllLisO III IIIUHO
UHO o everupowUiln effort to oonvlct all the the1IhlttcllPlo therhltecapand he herhltccspa
rhltccspa rhltecapand and the entire State U aroused aroUO1I
10 rOu ± OUCBBB5 OULiIERSPlN IN YONKERS Ir irnt irntrovirij no noFOUND
Bat B I Done the be Carnegie Act Ae In Coo CooMap Oood OoodStlapt CooShape <
Map Ho It Sue and They TIle Can CanSay an anSay nt ntr
Say r i wa Drunk runIC and aadDllorderl aadDllorderlEamed Disorderly Dtsorderl1Earned DisorderlyEarned
Earned Money Ionr by b Chins Monologue MonologueJohn JllooolocueJohn MonologueJohn
John L Sullivan who la trying to emulate omulatAndrew emulateAndrew emuiabAndrew
Andrew Carnegie by not dying rich baa hainot baanot bainot
not now such an exalted opinion of Yonker Yonkeraa
aa he had formerly Prior to last wool weelJohn woolJohn k kJohn
John thought that t11 the town was enjoying enjoytaian enjoyingan
thatho that thatthe thfltthe
an unprecedented era of prosperity
the place was a veritable mllkandhonej mllkandhonejcommunity mUkandboneycommunity milkandhoneycommunity
community and that everybody bad mono monoto money moneyto monoto
to bum Now lie has doubt Also ho 1 1oraowhat II IIIOmowbat Iisomawbat
oraowhat afraid that his judgment o oi of ofhuman ol olhuman
i human nature lisa l1a been amiss amissThe ami amiThe amissThe
The other othecnlpht night Billy Lee Yonkersa flnr flnrand fttlltand lk lkand
and only real sport Invited Sullivan U Ugrace to togtaCft itgrace
grace his town with hU presence L Lbelieves LM LMbell Letbelieves
believes bell vee in the value of advertising am amthought and andthought n nthought
thought It would be a good scheme to t have havBulllvan have8ullhlUl hAYt8uilivn
Bulllvan attend tho wrestling bout whlclh whlcl whlcbhe whlctba
h he promoted between > n Jack MoOormlol MoOormlolof
of Philadelphia and August Faust of Ocrmany Ocr Germany OcrIIUUIY
many which was decided in the armory armoryHe annoryDo armoryHo
He ordered ord r d a brass band and a number o ocarriages or orC4rr1aRIII ocarriages
carriages and with Itb John L in tho first car carriage carrlaRe cartinge
tinge looking big and conspicuous besidLee besid btolldeLee beaidtLee
Lee who U it also a large man there was i iparade a aparad i iparade
parade The wrestlers and their seeondi seeondioccupied aeoondoccupied secondloccupied
occupied other carriages carrlag sand e and the whole wholetown wholetown wholetown
town or nearly every one InYonkers will willsporting willsporting I Illportlnp
sporting blood in hU veins turned out oulto outto outto
to eec John L I and tho knights of the mat matDuring matDuring matDuring
During the afternoon Sullivan made hU hUheadquarters hlaheadquarter hisheadquarters
headquarters at Lees Joy emporium on the thenviln themdln themt1n
nviln street Sullivan maintains that be bedid hadid w wdid
did not take anything harder than eeltte eelttewater II eeltxeiwater ltzer ltzerwater
water and that he was thepoewssoro thepoewssoroall the possessor of ofall olall
all his faculties and equilibrium when h harrived he hearrived haarrived
arrived at the armory Lee and Jol JolDwyoragree John JohnDvylJr JohnDwyeragreewith
DvylJr Dwyeragreewith Dwyoragree aglflJ with him himSullivan blmS himSullivan
Sullivan S 1l1van was In fine fettle at the armoi armoiand armory armoryand armoryand
and gave an abridged version vemonof of hi his fa famous famous famous
mous monologue mnolo to the tb delight and edifies odtfloatlon OIl1ftcatlon edifieslion
tlon of the Yonkers Yonkerslpem sports lIJa Ill Wa movement movementDwyer movementaaCter movemenUafterthat
aCter afterthat that are somewhat somewhatUnoertaifl unoertaln althougb althougbDWlr althougtDwyer
Dwyer avers that the following acooun acoounl aooount accountLi
111 Li l oprrect correct Dwyer was with ullivan moe moeLeo most mDlltor mostof
or the time and he ought to kow know knowLee
Leo L was so 1 pleisexTwtth pleued lte wh whit the monologue monologuthat mono monologuethat 1 le lethat
that he gave Sullivan S van 100 tO and ad said saidNow sid sidNow saidNow
careful Save you youroll yourrol
Now John be cru Sve jotu joturoll
roll and dont Joh let any aD suckers suckrs get It It 8ulll 8ulllvan Bul Bulva l3ulliian <
van rol replied You kin ki botcher betoler life le Billy BillyIll Biy BiyIl BillyIll
va Ill take repled It horn with mo m to good cl old ol NesYork No NoYork New NewYor
Il York Yor te and then to the bank ba for mine minebio mlneBulva mineSullivan
Bulva Sullivan 1 II a pbUanthroplt philanthropist and lupl luplble uaoepti uaoeptible
ble to a touch touh Yonkofit Yonerlt s realized rli th thand thl this thisand
and maood mc Jho the expuglllst epugUlatT1 They M MBiiaiigu uy uythe y ytle
tle the big hallow Wall ey eySullva easy easySullivan
Sullivan was fr first t apprche approached by a aIt astranger
It stranger Sullva who nnu told wiu hi bErn tut tutdying that his wie wife Wall Walldyig wasdying
dying rger and if John would hand hd him hi biml5he biml5hewould IIS 15 h hwould he
would dyig be ever Joh 1 so o muoh obliged obUe and that tt hi hidying h1 liii liiidying I
dying wife would bless ble mm Im Sulllvai Sulllvaiforked 8uUva Sullivanforked I Irork
forked rork over wie the money Then Tn ho met mt an a ol olacquaintance old oldacualntO oldacquaintance
acquaintance oVfr t and was touched touhed for II IImore III IIImore li limore
acualntO more A woman womn who was nearer nerer to t GO 6 tha thaany thaDany hart hartany
any other ago thought toulbt puglllsta PlU1ta were su sugeneroun such suchgenerous uohgenlJroul
generous mon monOh mooOh
genlJroul Oh Mr moo mooOh Sullivan she he gurgled grll pat patting patflog t
ting tng him h m on the book bk of the band hd familiarly familiarlyIm rl ramiliarlyIm t ttng 11
Im so glad to s see a you youThank youThanks u uTnl
Im Thank madam said John somewhat somowhagruffly somewhatgruffly omowhatgrom
gruffly Tnl your mam face 1s 1 familiar ralar Jon but the plea pleaurn ple pleasUn
urn is all yours youraOh yoursOh
Ut Oh alyoU dont you know meshe me she he asked askedIm ake askedIm
Im Mrs and ad I used to know you when wheiyou whenyou whenyou
Im lrs u y
you were wer a little Itl boy And Ad you were weregood wer 1 1go so sogood
good and such a handsome and nice nic little llttlif ltte ltteby littleboy
hndlm a
f go an nfil nfilwould
by boy too and realy really Hr SulUY Sullivan I Iwould Iwould
would never nevr never have haV thought that tht youwould you youwould ou ouwould
would turn out to be b a primflghter primflghterHow prlmghtr prlmghtrHow prlseflghtsrHow
How much do you want wt wentI broke brk In InSullivan InSulvan inSullivan
Sullivan anticipating her Speak out outfor out outfor
Sulvan anticipting Bp
for Im in a hurry huJ to catch my train trainOh tr trainOh
Oh really rl really ay Mr Sullivan BullY how howkind ho hokind howkind
kind of you enlcktred Inclr the woman wm ex extending exttudlng extending ¬
tending her herhand hand What WhOt wonderful wonerll senses wnseof sensesof
of foresight fotlllgh you puglllt have hav Really Reallyif Ray RayI
if ou can spare it tit 15 will do doHere doHere doHero
you 111 wll
I Here you spre are madame madttd said Sullivan Sullivanand 8nU 8nUand Sullivanand
and vamoose 10 yu ar Gee but they tDa t6e7are are the t limit limitin l limitin
in this town townBefore tow townBefore
Before he had gone many paces Sullivan Sullivanmet BuUY Sullivanmet
met Bror a number with < n hardluck hrdlucK DY p stories tor and andhe andhe andhe
he gave numbr up as if he had b a million mn until uU h hwent he hewent bewent
went gve broke brokeWhen brokeWhen
brke brkeWhen
When Sullivan realized rU the extent exent of his hisbenefactions bllbnpfaclol hisbensfactiona
benefactions Sulvan he pondered In I this manner mannerIf mr mrU mannerIt
bnpfaclol If I had dropped the roll rol for John Bar Barleycorn Br Brlcom Barleycorn ¬
leycorn and dropp Jimmy Jmy Hops Hop they tlP would wuld have haveroasted bYe bYer haveroasted
roasted me m to a moral mral cert But I done doe the theCarnegie t theCarnegie
r Carnegie act In good shape MO 1 thnras tlor no noroast nort noroast
Cmlge att 2 IhlP sucker but buttheres buttheres I Ithere
roast rt comb omln I Know now Im Im a luker
theres plenty plen of it left f whet when the other othercame othercame I Icame
came from rrm plent so whats the we U Anyhow AnyhowtheycantMylwaadrunk Ayhow Ayhowthey Anyhowthey
theycantMylwaadrunk they ct cant ly M1jWM I wu dk dnznk and disorderly disorderlyHIS dlrdery dlrderyIlS disorderlyIlls
Woodward Woowrd lie Letter Ltefl Cruelly celr Exposed ExposedIn Epe
In 1 SnIt to Annul Marriage MarriageA
A couplo of love letters lotter figured flg yester yesterday TMterdy yestarday ¬
day dy in the trial of Mr I Marie Me A ZuffaT ZuffaTsuit Zutal ZutalHult Zuflalssuit
suit for the annulment of her eighteenyear eighteenyearold elghtnye elghtnyeold
old daughters daughterl marriage mrag to William Ia D Wood Woodward Wo Woodward ¬
ward In September ptemhr 1902 10 on the ground groundthat groundthat
that the girl grl Marie was 11 under marriage marriageable mr marriageable ¬
able age at the time and had b failed ral1o to ob obtain ohtam ¬
tain tam ag her parents parent consent consentMarie connt conntMae consentMarie
tan Marie Mae Woodward Wowa pront testified tled that tt she e had hadknown hadknown hadknown
known Woodward Wowa for some 8me time tme and that thathe thathe thathe
he persuaded pelde her he to be b married mared by b an a Alder Alderman Alderm Alderroan ¬
man at the City Cty Hall She gave her age ageby egoby
m gYe lI
by his h advice avce as A 19 After Atr the Ue ceremony ceremonyhe cremony cremonyIhe ceremonyshe
Ihe she he went straight IItrgh home agreeing agig to meet mtether mtt mtther meether
her hust husband > and In the evenings eveningsThe eveningsThe
The letters lltters he wrote wto eveng her ler were we put pt In ei oidence eideno eidenco
dence deno and created crted much amusement amUent In Incourt Inoourt Incourt
court Woodward Wowar addressed add his h youn youngwife younwre younwife
wife wre as a My little lttle bunch bunh of sweetness sweetnessand IIwetnO sweetnesaand
and told her he would sooner eoonr be dead de than thanaway t thanaway
away from her The epistles epletle were created createdand crossedand
and crisscrossed crlsrolO with lovers kisses kl ol Mrs MrsZuffal M MrsZuffal
Zuffal testified tttlted that she did not know of herdaughters her herdaughters herdUjhterl
daughters Zutal marriage until throe thr months monthsafter monthsafter
dUjhterl marrage
after its Is celebration clebraton Decision Daon was AI re reserved r reserved ¬
servedDAB served servedDADY
llerl llerlDAD
DADY DAD WAXTS J A TS AXOTHER 4 OTllR MAX MAXAinemblytrun MANAssemblyman VA1 VA1Alrmblman
Alrmblman Assemblyman John oh Hill ll Morgan Maren Not et Likely Likelyto Uely Uelyto
to Co Back Bl to Albany AlbanyAftemblyman Abnr AbnrAnemblyma AlbanyAssemblyman
Assemblyman Anemblyma John Hill mi Morgan Iorp of the thoFlrfct theFnt theThst
Flrfct Fnt Awembly e bly District Ditric in Brooklyn Brky will willnot w1 willnot
not It Is expected be b a candidate cnndldte for re renomination renomination
nomintion nomination elp this tl111 fall fal HU Hi friends frled Bay saythat Baythat 8Y 8Ythnt
that he hU hil tlrori of the political poUUolg game and andwantn andwanl andwants
wants wanl to devofo himself hlmeU exclusively oltclulvey to his hislaw h1Ilaw hislaw
law practice practiceIt
It prce prceIt 1 I is now rumored that Col Cl Michael Mlcall MlcallD1 J JDadv JIarly
Dadv the bo b hose romor of the district dtrio is i opposed opposedto OPled OPledto
to Mr Morgan return to Albany Alby and has hasalready hasalready
alrdy already rioted ted one of his own protfeta protfetaIn
protlJM protlJMIn
In the Third lur ward for the place pl Mr MrMorgan II MrMorgan
Morgan It Is said aid lost 10t his hi pull pil with wth the theRepublican theRpubllcan theRepublIcan
Republican Rpubllcan manager through his h habit habt of ofconsulting ofoltJtlng ofconsulting
consulting oltJtlng more frequently fruety tho wishes wb of ofMayor orMayor ofMayor
Mayor Low Lw Lowthan than theirs theirsMOV thera thera10JE theirsMOE
Gonmor overnor Bends lmd for the U Paper PPrs la I the Get CletHlohqulrk GeCRltuC GetR1e6QuIc4e
Hlohqulrk RltuC Case CaseDUtrlct c cueDistrict
District Dltrlc Attorney Attme1 Clarke Clk of Kings Klnl county countyaid ountr ountrad oountyald
aid ad yeaterday that tht he had h recently renty sent senttranscript senta ent enta
a transcript tlcrlpt of the cane Ce of William Wii F Miller Millerhn Mie MIllerthe
tll hn Franklin Frklin Syndicate fydote swindler to Uov UovWell Oy OyOel OoyOtlell
Well Oel at the latters lUerl request rUft Mr Clarke Clarkerave Ckv Ckvgave Clarkegave
gave rave It as his hi opinion that It U II not a care carefor Ot carsfor
for clemency clemenc He believe bleVI Miller ler should shouldbo shouldbe houldb
Slog bo b allowed alowed Sing SingMr to servo 8ero out hla full fU term ter In InBlng In81nl InSlog
Mr MoClarke MrCIrke Clarke Bald Id that tha ho had ha hoard hor that thattiller thatMier thatMiller
Mier tiller II dying of tuberculoniii tubrCIA and ad that an antit aDI anAlbany
I Alby Albany pllclan ptryslcIan dyn had so 0 rpor reported to th thGvernor the theGovernor
Gvernor Governor fmt tit be h had no personal pll know knowgo Inowl Inowledce knowledge
edge go regarding rprdln to the case caseHilary c cMliar caseMilitary
Hilary Mliar Prisoner P and Sentry Itl EscapeCuicsoo Escape EscapeCutcioo FMp
Cutcioo CuCoo April Apr 24 2Walknc 29WalkIng Walking unoori unoorirnedly unol unooncwrnedly
Crnedl1 rnedly past pt groups IUP of unsuspecting uniutpectlngildlem unepng unepnglldllr unsuspectingsoldiers
lldllr soldiers two prisoners prDra with wth tblr th1 sentry sentryMtorday sentryostorday
Mtorday Otoray passed through the te gates gltt of Fort Fortheridon For FortSheridan
Sherdan Sheridan boarded boal p a northbound norbound Milwaukee Milwaukeevenue Mlwa M1lwukeivenun
avenul venue electric rJerio oar o and escaped AI AIliough AIthough Albough
though two troop trooP of cavalry cavAlr Cp rode In pur purult purult purult
ult of the car ca and ald scoured aur the adjacent adjacentountrynotraoeof adantcuntry1notraof adiseentrountryLnotraneot
cuntry1notraof ountrynotraoeof the fugitive wan WI found foundlie
James II lallut usiquist of Company fuIU B lwanty lwantyninth
ninth Unt United < Rtau Rtate Infatry Infantry mpIY snd nd TntJ UalM UalMO Charles
O wing or Troop D Fifth frh ava1ry were werelie wereIlie
lie Ilie lie prisoners prilnera vai
0 a
1ttt aktvrswxIrN aktvrswxIrNntvvis UVJNJ
ntvvis 8t t flhif Mthe A i Ret1 Ret1att
antUta att I is i S Court CourtMr c CtMrs
Mr H NetU NeU 1 Whitney ty appeared r yerte yerteday yMtexday Mer Merct
day ct before bfor HupreoSo Court cu npp Juttloo JIUo Pit Pitgerald lUa lUaard 1flgerald
gerald ard to tobokadlvoroe soek ek a dlvoroe dvf from frm her he huabwEdgar huabw hUb husbahtY4gr
Edgar F A A Whitney Wite the th t former rerluJr rmer auperin auperinUndeht upezlAUndeht
Undeht unht of the t Parkhurst Prkurat socltty Itt wIt vrhcaught wItcaught
caught ugbt the LJe POlIce PoUo Headquarters ledquratlrP telOgr telOgrbureau telogriPi telogriPibureau
bureau bueu tipping off or impending I ndlnl Irald rd ov ovthe oyer oyerthe owe owethe
the wire wr to t the police plo stations stationsMrs aUOD stationsMrs
Mrs Whitney Whty testified ttfod that th she marre marrethe mrrjoi mrrjoithedefondant
the thedeent thedefondant defendant Li I January Janu 1690 18 and me beoam beoamthe be bethe beoanithe
the mother of two children cldr Edgar Eg an anLexow vuLexow
Lxow Lexow The Te Utter lterwu wa born and ehris ehristened oh Ohrfstoned
toned tned about abut the t time the Lexow Leow Core Coremlttee Cm Cmmte Cornmittee
mlttee was Investigating tme New York Whit Whlney Whitnay
nay mte figured w InUgUn largely larl as a witness wtn IB Wht Whtbey tl tlMrs tis tisbestings
bestings ftg before that committee committeeMrs
hfnB Mrs WhltneyVault WIIIult Whitneys tha cult oontt was u unoppoeedtJni unoppoeedtJniney unopposod bt btdaN bu buJames
daN James J WAlsh her atom1 attorney uoppe lpott spotted Wlt WltD Whit Whithey
hey D among aronl the tpeotaton In I the court oour room rooand rm rman roomand
and an had ha him stand tton up and be h Identified IdentifiedAlexander IdenUfed IdenUfedAleunf IdentifiedAlexander
Alexander Aleunf W < Wood WOsn stonographrr phr In tt ttfled tb tbEleventh
Eleventh Municps1 iiatrlot Ort Court testl testlfled
IleYntb Uerlo t
fled 1M that Whitney Whlte1 > Muncip had lived lv with wt a Mn MnPaced Mr MrsPacd
Paced PU from December Dmb 1901 IDl to APril A S90The 1901 1901The 11
The Th lessee le of the hous h gave similar tostl tostlmony tt testimoo
moo mony and Justice Justc Fitzgerald Ia lm reservw reservwdecision reservecdecision ed edde
an Ftaard
decision decisionFVT de decisionPUT on onPVI
AnllCoMOBipttre AUooDlpthe Camp Cmp Bill Bl fr HI I Die men ErlediJlrrtlnani menHtrrtmani Fed FedIammn
Htrrtmani Iammn Benefit BenMltThe Bet BetThe BenefitThe
The Charity Ct Organization Orlaztlon Societys Sety Cora Coramlttee Commtt Cornrnittee
mlttee for the Prevention of Tuborculosl Tuborculoslhas
has mtt written wrln to Dow 001 Odell Odel asking kng him t tveto Co Covto it itveto <
veto b vto the QoodsellBedell GollBel bill bi requiring rquiring th thconsent the theconnt thiconsent
consent connt of township towhlp and county author authgrlties authorties u hQr
ties for th the establishment etablhment of any ansntrium ansntriumror sanltariut sanltariutfor sanitarlunfor
tr for coiuumptlves coMumptYe which whl < h under Wder the Stat Statclass Statilaw
law might b be er erected by a cty city of the frat fratel fire fireolase
class el outside the th city clt limits limitsThe lmis lmisThe limitsThe
The commit commIttee tec point out that It is L alread alreadneoeMarr alreadnecessary
necessary n commtte tQ secure Ire the consent oonnt of the t aty atyn Stat StatBoard BtateB 8tatiBoard
Board B of Health lftth to the selection Ileon of any anysuch an ansuch anluoh
such luoh slto and In addition additon it is 1 provide providethat proYde providethat
that the institution when erected shall shalthe shallbe bl blb
tht be under the lntluton supervision aDd er OYAllht Ov5rslght of ofthe o othe
b the local lo board b uprion of health hlth To reqtil reqtilfurther roqulnfurther
further furer that tt both township townh and rm rmfurer countauthorities count county countyautborltle ocuntyauthorities
authorities autborltle shall lhal give their consent colnt Is I t tmake to tomke tc tcmake <
make mke the establishment Obl1ment Jve of any such Cant Canttarlum un anl anltarium
tarium Irium practically p lcly ImpossIble ImpostibleAXEX Implb1e Implb1eA ImpossIbleANNEX
FireStory Fyeltor Addition Adton to Be Built Onlt for Siege SiegeShop Bter1 Bter1Shop SiegeShop
Shop In Sixth Ith Avenue ArcanePlans AvenuePlans
Plans 11 havo b 0 been bn filed fied with the Building BulldlniBureau Bud BuildingBureau
Bureau Buru for a fivestory fiveatry and basement bent ddt addltlon adl adlton ddttion
tlon ton to the new eightstory flghtry and basement basementdepartment bmnt bmntdepment baaemenldepartment
department depment store lter which whoh the Rhlnelandei RhlnelandeiKeal Rlelder RlelderR
Reel R Estate Etat Company Cmp representing reprts a syO syOdloate I iy iydicate
dloate dlote Is to build bld for Henry He Slegel Belel aa 8 lessee losaeeon le
on the cast et side of Sixth Bltth avenue avue from frm Thlr Thlrteenth Tr Trtnth Thitteenth
teenth tnth to Fourteenth FourteDth street trt The Te annex annoiwill annexwill net
will have facades raO of limestone limetne and bricl briclwith brlokWth brioltwith
with wl Wth granite grie trimmings trimmng to match mth the a facade facadeof faOadedof
of the main building The Te addition adton Is II Ucost U Wct tccost
cost ct 75000 making the cost CI of the stores ttoreiin storesIn tor
in their entirety entirty mlnp 1475000 IT5O The complete completestores complete completedstores
stores ltol will occupy opyl0U 1038 feet f t on Sixth Sith avenue avue
125 12 feet fet on Fourteenth Founeenta street tre and ad 75 5 few fewon feelon
on Thirteenth Thth street itreetIX streetIN ttt
Irvln 1n Conviction Com1clon for Grand Grd Larceny LrmrllU LrmrllUO II IIJutt list listIust
Jutt O Been DM Affirmed Here HereJohn HereJoh HereJohn
John Joh Irvin I wa WA convicted oonYo of grand t lar larcony larcy larcony
cony cy by Rooorder Rnt Doff Gol in 1900 JI and ad sentenced aontonowto eteno sentencedto
to throe thr yean y and ad a half hf in Stat Stat State prison prisonHe prn prnle prisonlie
He le appealed appaled and ad gave ball bl The Te Appellate AppollauDivision Appte AppteDvlon AppellateDivision
Division Dvlon ha hu recently rt1 affirmed aaoo his h oon oonvictlon oonvcton convlctlon <
victlon victlonIrvln vlctlonIrvins
vcton vctonIr Irvln Ir Irvins name nae wan called In General Oer See Seeon 8 Seeatom
IIloD atom on yesterday but oe he didnt didt appear am amDistrict ad adDto sad sadDistrict
District 1teniay Attorney Attre1 Jerome sent nt word wor apP to tbiRecorder the tbeI theRecorder
Dto Recorder I rder that be had learned le that it Irvin I It Itin 11 11In IiIn
in jail In Trenton tt N J for a crime crim com cornmitted commlUwd comtL
r t Tnton he ball Irvin Irvlnwho I Irvinwho
mlUwd while was out on b I Iwho
who tL 1s 37 whe years ye old has bA received rvedfve five jal jalsentence jail jailsentences
sentence ato In I this th Stat StatWAITED Stte StteWAITED StateWAITED
The Te Conteleneo COdeee of an a Amatear Amte SKUggl auggiuAwakes SKUgglAwake
Awake Awn Alter Aer Many Mr Tears TearsThU Yera YeraT YearsThis
This T letter was walldrlveatthe received at the Cuito CuitoHouse Ctom CtomHoWIe CustoM CustoMHouse
House yesterday yestry from a condenoe conenOtce coosdeacestricken coosdeacestrickenMIchigan trick trickMichigan
Michigan man manAt manAl
Molan m
At the age c ce of II I came cme with wth mr m parentto parent parent1to pDt
to settle letl In thl t this country cutrr coming coria into lt the te po poof prt prtof port portof
of Kew eW York In I 8 Bptemwr September temlMr l UTO 7p My 11 father fatherwith fatberwt fatherwith
with wt my approval approy smuggled Ilunle broadoloth broadolothwhich baootb baootbwhc brosdolcthwhich
which whc cost Ot u i Great OreatBrlUI Britain tome Ile C4 U 4 to t mar maraiult m U1UC U1UCa e ea
a aiult cult which I after afterI artnrr afterward wre wrePleu w re rePlease
Pleu Please tl tell me whl whit te the duty wuld would b be is isI
I would wutd like lke to toMttl toMttlUnder MUle MttleUnder MUleUner
Under Uner present prnt laws laW the duty would wuld justabout just justabout Jutaut
about equal the value of the tle broadcloth broadolothCu Irooth IroothCtom broadclothCustoms
aut Ctom Customs Cu tom eua officers olora were wr busy bu yesterday yeoterdaylooking ytery yterylook yesterdaylooking
looking look up the tariff t In 1870 1870FOR U10 U10FOR 1570FOR
Senators lenaton to Confer In Madison Mon Wl Wis an anDraw and andOw andDraw
Draw Ow Up a bill billMawiCKM 11 11111MILWAUXU
MawiCKM MILWUJU Wls WI April 29 2A 29An An impor important Ipr IprI4nt importent
tent conference cneren between betwn Senators Snatrs Spooner SpoonerAldricb Spner SpnerAch SpoonerAldrich
Aldrich Ach Plait Pltt of Connecticut Cnnetcut and Allison Allisonbearing Ailn Ailnbg Allisonbearing
bearing bg on the financial lnnclllituaton situation will wllke wllkepla take takeplace takeplace
place pla shortly shorty In Madison lln Speaking Spakng of ofthe orthe ofthe
the conference Senator Sentor Spooner who has hasI hasarrived
arrived I cneren I h here re m from the t Et East SpDr f sla slaThe said saidThe I IThe
arve The general purpose pu e of our conference conferencerill conferencewill
will be b to cnor frame rram a bill u which whchh shall mitigate mitigateM rUeato rUeatoM
M M far as can be safely sely done the rigor rgor of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he SubTreasury BubTul system and ad to inject Ie asfar as asar urar
far ar as can c be safely done a greater ater measure measuref I Iof
of > f elasticity eltlt1 ut11 into the Treasury TIU system systemrithout systemwithout tem temwithout
without changing ca the present system systemOCKED lt ltOOKED systemKXOCICED
W v B Tatmadfe Tlmdle Pommels Pmme Judge oie Kelsey Kelseyof
of Branford Drnror Conn Cnn In 1 a Row RowNew Bw BwNEw BowNew
New HAVXN IVI April 29 2aWLlllam DWil William B Tal Taladge Talmge Talmnadge
mge mnadge adge of Branford Brrord husband hUlbld of the woman womanho womanwho
who ho a short time tie ago go horsewhipped hotwhlpp a neigh neighr nigh neIghbor I
bor > r because bcau he h had h Insulted her hr last night nighttrashed nightthrashed
trashed Judge Edwin Ewn R Kelsey Kell1 of theBranford the thoranford theBrlor
te Brlor Branford Jude police poloe court because bauM Judge JudgeLelsey J JudgeKelaey e eKeleey
Lelsey has b been bn prominent romlnent In the oppuil oppuiltlon op opton oppcs1tion
tlon ton Talmadgo TalmadgoJudge to the granting lttfg of a liquor lquor license lon to toTalmadgo toTalmK toTalmadgo
TalmK Judge Judl Kelsey was knocked knoed down by
Talmadge who was pounding undg him un unmercifully unmercI11 unmerclJUUy ¬
Tadgl mercifully when whn Mrs Talmadge Talmadl grabbed grabbedher nrbed nrbediHed
awayBUI her away awayBfW mercI11 husband hube by the te collar cola andpuHed and pune pulled iHed him himaway himaway himaway
trle Lnele Who W o Accused A Him 1m of t Stealing teUI Wltlf Wltlfdraws WItbstraws
draws c the Charge ChargeWhen C timargeWhen
When We Meyer R Blmberg Blmbr who Is I known knowna
AI a Blm Dm the Button Buton Man was arraigned arraignedesterday areed areedel arraignedyesterday
yesterday el rday before brore Magistrate OReilly OReUy In Inhe Inthe inthe
the he Adams Adme street troettwurt trtbun nourt Mttrate jn In Brooklyn Brkly on o a aof acage acharge
charge of havg having swindled hi his unce uncle out outor outof
of cage WSS5 6585 on tho settlement settemlnt of a bill bl against againstthe againstthe t tthe
the tS King J1 County Democratic Dmorat General GeneralCommittee Ger GeneralCommittee
Cmte Committee counsel ooWel Cunty for the undo wed aakedthat wedthat askedthat
that the charge be withdrawn withrw unc Aa A District DUtrictAttorney DistrictAttorney
Attorne Attorney Clark Crke consented clet to tot this action actionBlmberg actionBimberg la laBlmbrc
Blmberg was discharged from custody custodywith
Blmbrc wAdced Oty Otywith
with the understanding Wd ratdg that tha there would wouldbo wou wouldbe
be no prosecution prosecutionF preton pretonF
F Kernoehan lemon to Assist AII Jerome JeromeFrederick JeromeFrederick t
Frederick Kernoehan Kemoch of 1 II Eat Et Twenty Twentyixth Tent Tenteltb Twentysixth
eltb sixth street st has ba been bn appointed a deputy deputyMlatant deputyatt deputyaaslitant
Mlatant att District Dlltrlo Attorney by b Mr Jerome Jeromeio Jeromele Jeromelie
le lie io i 24 2 yean er old a graduate ue of Yale Y e eand M Mnd 0 0end
and nd of th the New YorkLaw York AttEne Lew 11 School o lD BOo He HeJ H Hwas
1 was for a time In the law otr omc or i hi rather ratherFI fatherJ
J Frederick FI rck Kernoehan Iernoan and ad for a a year a ha habeen habeen
been an assistant Itt Corporation Co ratlo Counsel CounselIn CUII
In his Junior Junor year fr at lalo ale he enlisted ehlite in inBattery InBtter InBattery
Btter Battery A at Philadelphia Pilelphia and went to toPorto toPorto toPorto
Porto Rico RicoAnother Jib JibAnother Roo RooAnthrr
Another Anthrr AntMiahdwteh AIUidwtm Antl4a dwleli Derision DerisionSupremo Dlo DecisIonSupreme
Supreme Ruptme Court Curt Justice Juatlc Maddox Madox of Brook Brookyn Brk BrkIy Brookiyn
Iy iyn yn han cancelled coell the liquor lquor tax certificate oorUficatef orftcte orftcteor
or f Benjamin DnJOmll Tarla proprietor propretor of the thoaribaldl theOabal theGaribaldi
Oabal aribaldl Hotel at a Coney CnllY Inland lland who ho isaccused Is Is2cuned I Ia
accused of violating Iolatnc the tle Sunday Sundr law In Inits Inhil InhIs
a hil hIs its decisIon dnlion Justice Maddox follows foloWA that thatecently thatInt thatrect
Int rect ecently ntiy handed haDdt down by Justice JUloe OarreUon OarreUonloldlng OUtn OUtnholcnK Jarretsonholding
holcnK holding that sandwiches lndwlch8 when hpn used to evade evadehe evadethe
the he law do not constitute cnetltute a meal mealFined me mene mealFIned eyae eyaethe
Fined ne for Urine Ul Bon SOr CoalWilliam Coal CoalWilliam CoatWllm
William Wllm Slllman 81man engineer In the te Man ManllleManufacturing Manvile f
vile 1le llleManufacturing Mufaurlnl Company Compy work foot footiay footoat footof
of Tlrynn Thlrtyldnti street tl Brooklyn was ar arraigned
oat r raigned etrar esteMay tl iay in I the Brky Court Curt of Special Specialsf46ns B SpecialBeMns al all
BeMns sf46ns g n on a charge thrg of mntniPJ maintaining a amok amokIty ake akeJulo amoknuisance
Julo nuisance l h1 bUmnJ burning soft IC ooal c if J pleaded pleadedguilty plraed plraedcty
cty guilty Ity andwas and wa was fined Ini U 3 3S >
I WAS ir AS fl pvrrtxo PVrrl1O A TOMB rlll r t Tb TbC6IfV1O ra raCOHXICE flB flBCIINC
CoofetaM CKH flea He I IMt the t AHf AHfat Alt Altat AatIIU AatIIUat
at PrOWMtloa IU Park hr ASrt AkaC WM Try Trytai Tryleg
tai I U i Bum Br Uov to tkLPOII Port MekaMMl e MB MBtwM MasesI
twM tft Nilpl pt Wbea M MI WM Waftd WaftdmI W Attested AttestedIAOkWeII
1 Rockwell mI Reynolds o1 II J year old oldcuh wai waicaught leR leRcaught
caught cuh oarly Mrlyyesterday rlr yesterday lterr morning mmlnl iaUiaotol iaUiaotolBetting lit t the M aot of ofUlne 01setting
Betting Ulne firo to t the th Masonic Jn TetnpUat Tp Bon Bonmtt unnett n nntt
mtt ntt street and ad Richmond Rchnd avonao t Port PortRichmond PortRohnd PortRichmond
Richmond BUten Btler IftlaUd Ild The boy br made madea me mea
a Rohnd oonfetalon oonllMlon to Fire Flr FIr Marshal Mh Freel Frl In which whichhe whichh whichhe
he h admitted amttd that he h hid h started atad the tb fin finwhich fr firewhIch
which destroyed d try the ProhlbUlonAiidltorium ProhlbUlonAiidltoriumat PbbltlnA dltut
at Prohibition Phibiton Park on Tuesday T y morning morningHe mrn mrnlIe
He said Md his hI principal reason rn for starting ltln ltlnthe startingthe Urtlnitho
the fires lres was princp to see 1 them bum bu also 8l that thatthe tht thatthe
the he buildings bldlnp were publio pbUo building budp and andho ad adb andhe
ho b hated ht the th people Ppl of Port Pr Richmond Johmn and andthe Ac andtbe
the th hntwl btt him himTM himTn himToe
TM Tn boy by was seen en Botllng tUna fir d dre to Masonic MasonicTemple Mnlo MnloTmple MuonIoTemple
Tmple Temple at about abut 1 oclock oclok yesterday yes erday r1 mom momIng br morning
Ing by Mr and ad MM Mr Jam Ja James BenneMy Bn who whow whowpithe whowere
w were fe psslngthe building buUd Reynolds yol waastanding was wasstanding
standing wpithe on a ladder lder which whh rested against againsttho aLtthstthe
atd the front tr of th tU building huldlnt the rltai lower 1 part I ofwhich of ofwhich ofwhb
which U of brick and the upper up upcerpart part of wood woodHo wo woodHe
whb He lad ha I a biasing bllq b a torch trh In Il labia Us rP band h which whichMr whh whhh whichIt
It u trying to insert under th the cornice corniceMr
h Mr W and andM tng Mr Henneosy Hen HennesAyJad Irt ur had h b bn been n cm speaking speakingto I g gto
to Policeman John L I lratt Hyatt a short br dis distance d 41 41lance ¬
lance t PI0r down dn the street Itt Heniteasy Heny told hi hiwife his hllwe hiswIfe
wife to go back bk and ad get gt the t policeman polloenwtwhIte policemanwhile
while we whle be b stood t guard Kd over ove the th > man m on the thoIn th theladder
ladder Te The p b ieman cm caine running up upIn upin
ldr In response to t plman the summon UDUM rn from fromHennensy frm M Mrs MrsHenneMy
Hennensy HeeMY Ph but bu at first f Reynld nr ld refused rfU to tocome t toom tocome
come oom down from ruin the th ladder 1r Hyatt Ht gave gavotho II IIth gavethe
the th ladder lr a aCe few vigorous vlerouaee vigorousilmskee shakes and a Roy Reynold ny nyold Royaold4dososn ¬
nold aold4dososn descended descendedIf le4
old If ho dnd dndn had had a minute or two more mr to tow9rl towork o owork
work b M h would probably robbl1 mnut have bv aUrted Ie a fire firewhich fr flrewhich
w9rl which would have hav destroyed dre th th building buildingThe bdln bdlnTe buildingThe
The pole which hoh h h he carried had a quantity quantityof quthl quthlof
Te pl o
of o wasto wAte soaked led in kerosene kto e at on on one end endof eti
of oflL 0 It
Reynolds ItReynolds 1nol was wa arraigned arine before bf Mails MailsIrate Mailstrat wfth wfthout 1 I
trat Irate Croak at Now Brighton Brhtn and a held blr with without without ¬
out trt6 bell c for a examination fIIUoD Fire Fr Marshal ManhalFreel Mh MarshalFreel
Freel l wa I sent for forand and after a tfgorou tfgoroufoeslon wigoronicrossexamination erou
ctoumltloa crossexamination iteynolds a ld le made a CD CDflol con contCestofl
foeslon He said ad h had got ot the kerosene kerosenellorao keroleneat
at flol his llorao hom home and and carried ced h t It to the th MaMnlo MaMnlol Munl MasonioTomnle
Temple l in a fruit lrlt Jar Then T h he told aboutthe about aboutI aboutthe
the Auditorium I ftr firs at Phibiton Prohibition Park ParkI
I Audioriu went to the park pk he said ud about abut 1 1oclock 1oolok Ioclock
oclock we in 1 the Morning I carried some eomekerosene 8m 8mktrolne somekerosene
oolok kerosene oil In a momn jar ja and ad pilled pUed oe i In on 0 the thewoodwork tbewowork thewoodwork
ktrolne 1
woodwork 9utaldl outside of th t tha front part of of the thobuilding thelull4lr thebuilding
wowork building I lit a match mth and ad net p th h oil ollsoaked 01 oilsoaked
soaked lull4lr woodwork lt on flri fin I aaw It blaM blaMand b blsaaand
and a walked wowork away a 01 block l and fW watohed tt ttdidnt I Ibum itburn
ad b I
bum waked It seemed to 10 out ad and wG oe oebk came cameback
back I I It sm waa bul burning bt but nt not bluin bluinand In Inand
and bk likely to fla flare up at IY any moment momentdidnt I Ididnt
didnt Uely hat h any mom mol oil 01 but tt the tb wood woodwork wo woodwotk ¬
wotk wa very hot ht Then Ten I went away awayI awy awyI
I had WA no sf reason to burn bur MaAonlo sonlo nlo Temple Teroploor
hd n rn t Lt
or tb the Auditorium lrium They aro ar publio publ build buildInga bud budI buildlogs
I logs Au 1 bats thepeople of Port Pr Richmond RichmondAlltho Ihnd IhndA luclunondAU
Alltho AU the people ple hated h ma t and ad showed It It and andI andhated
I hated them That Tt wa my m Only reason reasonfor rn rnfor reesonfor
for ht setting the he fire fireReynold t1ieReynolds >
lttln f
Reynolds made the statement lmt before beforeIt bfor beforeMarshal
Marshal n1Dl Freel mae and two tw or hi hll Ulltt assistants assistantsIt
Mb It la thought thouh that thlt an Reynolds Ryoldl U I weakminded weakmindedHe wmded wmdedHe
He I said that he had hd never n r tarted any other otherfire oter oterflt otherfires
fire sd but tlt thejpolioe think thk h be I may IT ban been beenresponsible bn bnponb beenresponsible
responsible flt ponb the I for jUO some Imo fire f on th t the North NorthShore Nor NorthShore
Shore within a a a few month monthTeddy month monthTeddy
Teddy with Burn Bu of Port Por Richmond Rohnd was waaquestioned WA wasquestioned
questioned Te by b Fire F Marshal Mrsh Freel F in conpoction con connection on onpllon ¬
nection quMone with the Auditorium Audioriu fire a but tb tbManhal t the theMarshal
pllon Marshal was convinced that tht he had b seth nothing not sethtog ¬
tog Mh to do with it cnYC and he was w not no held Homo Homoperaon Someperson
person Il had h Men IQ Burn Bum in th the neighbor neighborhood nelhbor nelhborbood neighborbond ¬
hood pelD of th tbe Auditorium Auditoriu a a abort h time ti Wor bfor bforthe berorthe
the fir firThe firThe
The fr home botH of William WI Lea L and John Dalywere Daly Dalywere D
were partly destroyed o by sparks from the theAuditorium tbeAudtrium theAuditorium
Auditorium e prt1 fire dltrY Mr Lee L lpk tld told the th jpolloe jpolloeand polleethat Uoe Uoett
Audtrium that two told ld wathe watohea and ob ohalni a and some sometrinkets
tt trinkets bad bn been stolen tolf1 from hl hi boU house houseand
and t Mr ha Daly reported that a alold cold watch watohand w watchand
and ad chain M Da1 a suit repr of clothe oothe anda a sad a mk mackintosZ mackin mackintosh ¬
t tosh fire ob were r stolen alen ut from his hi h house hoU during dua th thfire the thef thfire
fireFrom f From the fact that there were porn pornwaluabi om omvaluabl
fa tt ter wer Ime Imevuble
valuabl Fm oil painting in the t Auditorium Auditoriumtho AutHum AutHumte Auditortumthe
vuble 01 ptip
the polio loe thought for a time t that t robbery robberywa rbbry rbbrywu
wu wa the te motive mtv for the te fire fireORJECTED f fOBJECEJ fireOBJECTED
HalfBrother BlfBrothr of f Ml Mi Miss Thaw W epomod tfc tfcMarriage t thMarriage
Marriage Mlrr to tb te the Last LastPrrrsBtnto L LastPirreaullo
PrrrsBtnto PBtO Pa April Aprl N 10BenjamIn 10BenjamInThaw Benjamin BenjaminThaw Ba
Tw Thaw a halfbrother hlrbrther of th t the Count Ot Countess of ofarznouth 01Yaouth ofYarmouth
arznouth Yaouth was WA oppoMd to th t the marriage marriagef
or f hi his slater lter to opJ tb th the Earl l Mr r Thaw Tw ad adtltted a admltted
mited tltted last lt night nlbt to a reporter rporr that tt the tholarriage t themarriage
marriage Was against laalt hi hJ his wishes w H Head Headhohad He mId aaldo mIdho
ma to titled marriage marriageut
hohad ho o had no objection obJetion ttle ml
bu but ut he did object obje to the t man m hIs hi slater slaterlarrled datermarried lr lrmallo
married mallo marriedThaw larrledThaw
Thaw who ho is I an elderly elderl man mWAf waa very veryond veryfond
fond Tw of his hi halfeistor bAlolater and ad tried te to t dl dluade dL die diesuade
uade her from the marriage being be at first firstjacked It Itbke firstbacked
jacked le bke up by his hl stepmother tepmoter m Mrs M Thaw Thawut Tw Twbut Thawbut
but > ut the girl 11r persisted perte In her intention intentionrl itet IntentionWhen
When the constables cODlb1 insearch In ah of t the theEarl
Earl rl saw Thaw and told him bl they th had hadit hd a awit awilt
El wilt it sw to serve re on Yarmouth Yaouth and ad did di not notrant n notwant
wat rant to cause Otae embarrassment embnt by present prawning plnt presentlog ¬
Inllt log ng it In the church chur Thaw Tw said a according accordingo aorl
to o one of the constableYou constable otable otableYou constablesYou
You are a t officers of the t law lw and should shouldIo aud auddo
do Io your duty Aa far u I am a concernedou concerned
yu rou ou yur can c throw him hi A into Ito the th dog do pound poundCAR pud pudCB poundC4R oo
Aedmt accident Happened nappf In 11 Front Fnt of Motermaa MotermaaAhems Meer MetrmsnAhirns
Ahems Am Home HomeQussle JOIe JOIeOUe HomeOussie
Qussle OUe RablnowlU RlnowlL 4 years y old of 829 829inth 80 80Ni 3 31nth
Ni inth avenue aveue was A run r over and killed Iled by byNinth byNt byI
I Ninth Nt avenue avue electric o8to car c at a noon noonta yea yearday yeserday
rday She Se bad ba been bn hanging on 01 the rear rearf r rof
ta off dl dlaclly dlrecily
of f a delivery wagon and dropped ot d
aclly In front of the trolley tUey dpP car c She diedialf died diedalf dlA
half r11 alf an hour hou later In Roosevelt Rvt Hospital HotpitalPatrick HospitalPatrick
Patrick a Ahem of 860 8 Ninth Nth HOpt avenue aveu the thalotorman tbemotor thenotorfllfl
Patok Ae
motor lotorman was arrested ated and turned tuedovr tuedovrto over overthe
to 0 > the Coroner CoronerThe ComnrThe r re
The e Qron accident admt happened happned directly dr in front frontf frt frtofbll frontof
ofbll of lent f ent his home bore It was u Aml Ahem first frst soot aodent a sootlent
Refilled Refled bottles ofBURKES ofBURKES of ofBURKES
are are being sold sol in New York YorkConsumers YorkConsumers I IConsumers
Consumers are a e requested to re report reor
1 port or ort at once tny any ny unsaHsfactory unsaHsfactoryStout
Stout received recived 1y by them giving givingname givingname 9ivingname
name and address of seller eler to toE toE toE
The 1e Earl Erl Explain In Tbat 1 Its W His H Father FatherNot Ftbn FtbnNot FatherNot
Not His H Bride Bd Wit b 1 Is I Farina 1 HI 0 file DtblWlf1 Debts Dt Dtwlro DebtsWit
Wlf1 wlro Wit Family Ft Fami Did D4 Not Settle nle aioo aiooi 100 100O Ie
O HlmMlU raid Here Small SmallBeforo SmellBefore
N e a m II hi 11 11for
Before for the Earl Erl of Yarmouth Yat and hi hibride hi his hisbride
brIe bride formerly forrly MU Mi Alice All 0 Thaw Taw tailed tailedyetrday SailedyeSterday Ued Uedry
yeSterday ry for Southampton Stmton aboard abard the theAmerican th theAmerican
American Root lieI St Paul P ul the Xrl l through throughhla throughhis
his hl counsel tt1 Stephen Stphn B Olin Oli nettled tl with withcreditor wth wthCltr withcreditor I
Cltr creditor who wh had b threatened tratned to t attach attachhi atth atthhi
hi hi baggage b The T Earl El said ad all a 11 claim claimagainst ca claImsgfnlt
against At Mm h would wuld b b be settled etl d by hU hl father fatherI
I want wat this emphasized mpha ho h said ad 1 so soth o oth
th tb opinion opiion will wi not not go out ou that tt I will wl pay paymy Py Pymy paymy
my debt deba with wit my mywUe wife wifes money mone1t Tb TbUlk The Thetalk
talk about the signing IIInln of a settlement settlementcontract ottement ottementctra aettlementcontract
t abut th
contract ctra for for liooocu ItoO delaying dla the wedding wtddlngubbish wedlJ wedlJIa weddingis
Ia ubbish There Thfe waa no n such oh contract contractuoat oontraf contrsotI
1 uoat dO rbbh ow 0 owe more m than tn two 1 500 in all My Mywife Mywe Mywife
wife and I will wU be In I London Lon thl thl this season Maonand lan lana seasonand
and we will a return to t America Amer in 1 October OctoberIt Otobt OtobtU
a It wa wuJobn was John D Harrington a lawyer lawyerin lwer lwerIn
in th 1 tho Flatiron FUt building bl Brl who bo attached attachedth ato ttaobedthe
th t the larle kl baggage e One Oo of the te claim claimon ol claimson
on Which hh UM t writs f wer we wero obtained bt wa wafor was wasfor115 8
for for115 JUS bold hl b bt M J Quinn Quu a botelkeeper botelkeeperat htelepr htelepra
at a Thirtyeighth TrtYlhth Itreet tr I et and Ninth Nith avenue avenueth aVfut avenuethO
thO th other claim wa w for ttu a 0 held bel by Hlcl Hlclft Hickey Hiokeyk
ft h Sons 81 or carpenters cnth cm for til fitting ntU fitting t up u a Turk Turkroom Trki Turkish Turkishroom
room In the Albany Alb apartment arent house hoU at atFiftysecond atFn atFlfty4eoond
Fiftysecond rm Fn u street t and a Broadway Broaway In InUorohlWl InM inMarch
UorohlWl UorohlWlTha March 1901 1901The
M The Earl FIII karl 111 111De sakS ak tb t real r reason rtn for the delay delayin
in th U the wedding was th the sudden ui illness illnessof 111 Illnessof
of Harry Br Thaw Tw eC who was WA to sot at aa a usher usherHI ubr ubrii usherHis
HI ii His brother bro r Josiah o 0 Thaw Taw took Harrys Harrysplace Hrs Hrspl Harrysplace
place Nothing could be more absurd absurdthe absurdthe
Nothl ol
the Earl arl sold than ta that tt the delay aur was waacaused w wcaU wascaused
caused El by t Mr M A D James of London who whowa whowUlt whowu
wa caU wu supposed to represent r C English E I creditors creditorsWhy cred creditorsWhy t
wUlt Why y Mr James Ja I I my m fathers fatrs own ow attor attorney attr attrne attorny ¬
ney ne sn and wa was at at the t w wedding only on aa on a oldfriend old oldfriend oldfried
friend friendThe fried friendThe
friedTe The Te Earl El Earls mother mtr and a father fatherae Balled by bythe byt bythe
the t Whit Wite Star St Uner Celtic CelticINCOME Clt CltINt COIIIOINCOMX
Mr M Thaw w Cay k It I b I Small uaall U and an Simplyb7 Simply Simplyby
by y Way Wa f 5mplmlt 5mplmltP Compliment CmpilmentPrrrsBtrao ComplimentPinitino
PrrrsBtrao P 1 April Ahv aMx Mr yLlilm Tllliam 1 Thaw Thawth Tw Twt Thawth
th t mother motr of th t Count Cut Countess of Yarmouth Yarmouthha Yaouth Yaouthb Yarmouthhas
ha b has mad me the t following foUomn statement t nt to t the thonewspaper thelepra thebewspapers
newspaper lepra lepraK bewspapersMiss newspaperMl
Miss Ml K Thaw T now the Countess Count C t of Yar Tarmouth Yarmouth Yarmu ¬
mouth at the death deth deathpther of her father wa wu left leftas leftUWU leftas
mu as UWU was each M te ofh of his fly y children cdn by byMn hi hiaeoond hiisoond
aeoond marrian with an Independent ndet for fortua fort fortim
tim Mn of 1 nearly ball wt a a million dollar dol Half Halfof Hf Hfor Haltof
t of thl th this nY amount aunt was WA immediately hnmatT ron put into intotrust Inlot intotrust
trust for oaoh child th the income t only to tobo tobe tobe
be t available during o their te lifetime lifetimePart le lifetimePart oy
Part anled of th the remaining rl half h of the t for fortun forte fortun
tun P of sth oh t of the thees children ol consists of ofonetenth ofCnetth ofonetenth
t oon
te onetenth Cnetth e share each in I the William i Thaw ThawCok Tw TwCke ThawCoke
Coke Cke Trott T a which whch e i 11 Ud te up absolutely absolutelyand ablutly ablutlya
and Irrevocably iby save Y a u to income incomeWhat mo incomeWhat
a What W ii i I known as a A the free fro f estate tate ofMiss of ofMis ofW
Miss Thaw Tw amounting amounta to about au oeb onehalf of ofth 01t oftho
th tho W whole wbl estate e ha 1 been b by b1oD consent of ofhereelf ofherl ofbraelf
hereelf herl t and Lord Yarmouth Yaouthbrorlto Yaouthbrorltoth formed into a altbr athird
third trust a to ho mnsged y the Fidelity FidelityTitle
th t b me 1 te Fet FetTt
Tt Title and T Frut Cpy ctxnpany or Pttaburc Pittburg t to togather
gather a with wih on oe one individual Ih1w trustee trusteeTb tt trosteeTb
ater Tb T income Incm from fm all alll three trusts t will wl bo bopaid b bepskI
paid to t the Count Ct Countess of Yarmouth YaouthJ except elt exceptssmall pt ptm a amall
mall complimentary O lmentary fractional frll income incomehimeelf Iome Iomea Incomenoth1g
noth1g m a Ue like wh what a at Youa various to times b has hasbeen
been stated whc whIof she bewtbout without Ilge suggee suggeelion
himeelf himeelfIn tln lion fr from t the othe other ae aid allotted ott to t the Erl Erlh Earl EarlIn
h In I case of her h death de It U arranged aled that thatthe tt tttbe thatthe I
the income toome from about aut onefifth onefth of her total totalestate totl totlttato totalestate
estate ttato will wl be paidover over to or invented InVlt for fortbo rorthe forthebenefitof
the thebenefitof benefit of the UiUte thetitlo title andootato adete of Hertford ofHertfordto Hertfordto
to whioh beft should Ihou he outlive hi h his fatherthe fathertheKali fabr tether te teE the theEarl
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whatever whtenr because bu of financial fd questionsneither questions questionsneither qulon qulonneither
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by the th Earl Er or hits hi family faUy the whole being beingarranged big bigag beingarranged
arranged by Mia M Thaw Tw and her hr immediate immediatefamily imite imiteu Immediatefamily
ag family a u a proper recognition raltn of the post position postton ¬
ton the th Earl E r1 and propr his Countess Count will occupy occupyThe opy opywhol occupyme p
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out heretofore hretorore by b any a one on The Te freedom freedomwith rrOD freedomwith avn avnout
with which ciphers cphen are thrown thrwn about by byprinters bypter byprinters
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Ho son Brn m t to Peter Pee D Martin MartinKBWTORT Mrti MartInNswpoat
KBWTORT NJB R R I April Apr 29 nA A eon In was born bornut bomlut bornlist
lut ut night nlht to Mr U and ad Mr M Pet Po r D Martin Martint 1
at t their ther cottage cot here hre and a bothAnother both mother and andM ad adobUd andthUd
thUd a a don doing 11 w1l Mrs Man Martin W WMu was wasMiss
Mu Miss M Lily UlyO Oelricha daughter duhter of Mr and andra andKr andlire
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In n Newport Newrt in I July last l to toM toMr Mr Martin M
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45 West 23d St StHUNT StHUNT StRUNT
Woodbury obUI and anl Piper Ppr Testify Tfuy That Tt Thus TherWas ThusWas r ru
Was u No Rat Ratlll Ratwilson Wilson and aJ a Friend FriendExtracted F1 FusedExtrscled
Extracted EtraCle MOOO 0 ono From Fom the Con Contractor Cn Contretors
tractor treOr Oat It I Wa Was a Planted Pttd Bribe BribeHenry It ItHen BribeHenry
Henry Hen C Wilson Wlln formerly lormlrly chief che clerk clerkIn elrk elrkIn clerkIn
In the engineering engnerlnl department deprtmont of the t Army ArmyBuilding Ay AyBuldg ArmyBuilding
Building Buldg who is 1 on trial tr before Judge JudgeCowing JudgeCwing JudgeCowing
Cwing Cowing in the General Oenr Seseiona B8101 on an a indict indictment idic indictment ¬
ment for attempted atempted extortion from H HA HA8 HA
A A8 8 Martin general manager manger of the th Water Waterfront Waurfront Waterfront ¬
front Improving Improvllg gener Company testified tlf In his hisown hi lii liiown
own ow behalf bhalf yesterday yeatry
He said Bd that tht he was wa arrested art while whl at atwork atwrk atwork
work wrk as an amateur amteur sleuth trying trng to ferret ferretout fer ferretout I Iout
out what hi b believed belOVfd was WI a wrong wng In con oonsection conZelon ocnsection
section with the use of the Governments Governmentscow Gonrnment1IW Oovernmentspoows
Zelon IW poows cow and dredges dredgPI by by Mr i Martins Mrtin com company oomny cornpany ¬
pany ny In work wrk at Hikers Iker1 Island IslandStreet IslandStreet l
Street Cleaning Clnlnp Commissioner Commo r Woodbury Wood Woodbury Wo
bury and Deputy Polio Commissioner CommissionerPiper Cmonr CmonrPfr CommissionerPiper
Piper testified tlfte that the War Department Departmenthad Dprtmen Dprtmenhfd
had Pfr hfd loaned loe the dredge ddgl to th the city and that thatthe tht thttM thatthe
the city had turned turl them over to Mr M Mar Martlna Mr Mrtin Martins
tins tin concern conCm which was 4 filling 11n in at Bikers Rtkerabland Rker Rkerhld BikersIsland
bland hld The War Wa Department Dprtmnt knew lw all allbeing allabou allabout
abou about the u use the dredges drgM Id and 1 scows were werabl werebeing
being put to and no charge was mad made for forthem forthm forthorn
them bl thm city pt aa they we wer were n charg doing work for forcity th thcity t
ctlln WlUon and Dr DenJamlnTWMtinore DenJamlnTWMtinorenotified r
notified Mr a Martin DnJaIT last fall thatfthey tbty would wouldhave woud woudbye wouldhave
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ntl have bye the th Government Govrnmnt call c in It It Its property propertyunless Proprt1 Proprt1uDle propertyunless
uDle unless they thf got about abut U0 15000 1000 Martin Mpv gave gavethem gavethem
them W2S 025 < each g In a Beaver r street srt reatau reataurant Ju Jurt reatnurant
thm rant in 151 the presence of a Detective DCetlYe Sergeant SergeantMcConviUe Bret BretMOYU SergeantMcConville
rt th
McConviUe who arrested ated them tom In Testi Testifying tl tlf testifyIn ¬
fying MOYU f fyIn Mr Wilson Wl8n did not nt dispute dlet the fact factIn f fIn factsIn
In the th case C Ho H aald that he b had h been beenInformed bn bn10r beeninformed
Informed by William Wii E Preston Pn an a engineer engineerunder en engineerunder nr nrunr
10r that Martin Mar Martins ¬
under him at the Army Ary Building Bldlf th
tins unr tin company had the urn Ul0 of the t scow acowaand Bn Bnand scowand
cmpany h tle
and dredges died os without pay and he h believed believedthat beUe beUeth believedthat
that drc the Governments governments mthoutpy rules did not allow allowsuch allowsuch
aow aowch
th such ch th use u OTemmente Ho wanted wated rG to learn la id ail about abouttho aboutth aboutthe
the circumstances clrUltn and believed ble that tht some aoroeone II IIon someone
one th WM being bribed He himself hlml not notDavis notbing notbeing
brib j
on being w familiar with nrivate deiecttve de Ye work workwent workwent
bing went ramla to his Wth rnll fTiVfll frlvate Dr WltL Whitmore who whoM whowas
was M oonctd connected hl with Itb the drg drug flr firm of rarkl arke arkeDavis
Davis A t Co and had had muchexperienced muchexperiencedThoy muobl mnuchexperieneeThey reno
They DavI decided dEclded to try to make Mr Martin Martinbellero Martinblev Martinbelieve
believe that they were er In me the bribery bribry busi business 01 busifleas ¬
ness blev themsolvuK tbemhcl In order that tht hey might mightlearn tfh mightlearn
learn l la who really rally was as getting gtt bribes brb forthe for forthe or ortbo
the ua of Government property propertyWilliam
William UI Sampson Samnson a proprty proprtyWiiam broker troker testified testifiedthat tltftl testifiedthat
that Wiiam Wilson Sampn had Informed Inore him before brore the thearrest thllas timearrest
arrest tht Wln that ho hI was a on the th troll tl of a fraud fraudagainst rraudapIMt fraudagainst
as against tho Government Oovrnt and expected expectedto ttt
apIMt to run It down dow hoping a a as a consequence consequencethat OtUn1 OtUn1tt consequencethat
that his hl own fame ram and fortune rortue would t tbenefited b Is Isbenefited
tt benefited Engineer Preston corroborated corroboratedWlloonn oorbraed oorbraedWllnl corroboratedWilsons
bncftld Pton
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Wllnl first notified ntft Wilson Win that Martin Mrtin was 11 getting gettingthe tlnl tlnlIhe
the ft Government OOmentl veasajk for nothing nothingHie noting notingThe nothingThe
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