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HFM 1 > EXT ExrIUJSl4Su ExrIUJSl4SuOutbt1t It V SI ASM ASMOutturn
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roiirne firent Crowd Along the It IIout IIoutand out outnil
and nil at the Track TravkIrciich French Show Their Theirnt Theirirne
irne nt lor the Army at the therciaj Review Reviewprclal
prclal Cable Despatch to Till Tn SUN SUNFiBis Su SuMay
FiBis May 3 2IarI Paris was en file today todayo
In o honor of King Edward U was a gen genrnl genrfl
rnl rfl holiday and tim bright sunshine and andjlorioui andglodou
jlorioui weather brought great crowds crowdsInto erowdajntotiICitY
Into jntotiICitY jntotiICitYTue thn city cityThe
The groat popular event of the lay < was wasthe waathe
the tvvliw rtVi by King Edward and President PresidentLoiilKt Pnaidentfl15t
LoiilKt fl15t of tho troops on the Bols do Vln Vlncenn Vincenh
cenn > From an early hour people began beganto
to take positions on the stands along the theitue theflue
flue do illvoli the Ruo St Antolnu and the theAvenue thetventte
Avenue Daumesnll and through tho woods woodsto
to ViucPimw and by 930 oclock when the thecortege thecorig
cortege left the BritlshEmbassy the entire entirerouto antireroUte
roUte of the procession was lined with people peopleMen peopleMn
Men and women were crowded together togetherin
in every window and on every balcony balconyand balconyarid
and hundreds of young people were perched perchedon
on the limbs of trees on the Avenue Du Dum Dumnil
m mnil mnilThe snll snllThe
The streets wore strongly policed but butthe butthe
the troops wore only utwd bore and there In InUrge Inlarge
Urge open spaces The crowd was a agoodhumored ageodhuniorcd
goodhumored one and thin precaution precautionvos
vos hardly necessary necessaryKINO nccesaaryKING
KINO CLOSEST GUARDED GUARDEDPresently OUAflDEDPreentIy
Presently carriages filled with Ministers Ministersinddlplomatlats MinlatersRnddiploniatiste
inddlplomatlats began to pass pa by This Thiswas Thiswee
was an hour before the royal cortege ap appeared appearad ¬
peared and the crowd cheered every one oneThe oneThe
The official carriage was simply a landau landaurlrawn landaudrawn
drawn by seven horses with four outriders outridersPresident outridersPre5ident
President Loubet in a frock coat sat at the thoright theright
right reversing the usual order and King KingFxl KingFthrard
Fxl Fthrard rard In a Field Marshals uniform was wason wa waon
on the left Immediately preceding the theroyal theroyal
royal carriages was M Le L > ptne tne the Prefect Prefectof
of Police with an escort of cuirassiers about aboutthe aboutthe
the royal cortege cort gc This order was ob obperved oberved
perved going to and coming from the parade paradegrounds paradegrounds
grounds and the escort was so close to the thePresident thePresident
President and King that it fairly surrounded surroundedtheir eurroundedtheir
their carriage except for a short distance distancefrom distancefrom
from the Embassy and coming back when whenthere whenthere
there was an unimpeded view of the dis distinguished diatingulahed ¬
tinguished personages personagesAdmission personageeAdmission
Admission to the review ground was by byticket byticket
ticket only The enormous grandstands grandstandswere
were packed with thousands of spectators spectatorsIn
In the centre of the main stand was the thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents tribune As the royal landau landaupassed landaupassed
passed along before the stands there were werea
a few hearty cheers for King Edward These Thesewere Thesewere
were followed by enthusiastic cries of Long Longlive LongUe
live Loubet This cheering lasted only onlyfor onlyfor
for a few moments and subsided before the themembers themembers
members of the party took their seats In Intbe Inthe
the tribune tribuneKing tribuneKing
King Edward sat on President Loubets Loubetsright Loubetsright
right and M Combes th the Premier and andGen andGsa
Gen Andre tndr the Minister of War on the theleft theleft
left
FRENCH racw BNTirrjaiAJrw rot TOT ARMY ARMYThere uuirThere
There was no delay in carrying out the theprogramme theprogramme
programme The troops which had been beenmassed beenmad
massed far back on the right commenced commencedfo
fo march rnM i past las t at at1O15 1015 oclock and for three threequarters threequarters
quarters of nn hour 10000 picked French Frenchtroops Frenchtroops
troops passed before the eye eyes of the British Britishsovereign Britishsovereign
sovereign As thp colors of each regiment regimentnppcared regimentappeared
appeared after the mounted buglers who whosounded whosounded
sounded their call every one stood King KingEdward KingEdward
Edward gave a military salute while Fred President Fredrient ¬
dent Loubet and the others doffed their theirhuts theirTht
huts hutsTht
Tht i i for the first time in the last two twodays twodays
days c me an outburst of that enthusiasm enthusiasmfar
far which Frenchmen are famous Neither Neitherthe Neitherthe
the President of the Republic the King of ofEngland ofEngland
England the Prime Minister of the country countrynor
nor the Minister of War had been able tp tparouse t tarouse
arouse it but it was kindled to a full blaze blazetho blazetho
tho moment the first body of soldiers a aoquadron aquar
oquadron quar of lancers trotted past Then ThenM
M regiment after regiment of foot and of all allbranches allbranches
branches of the artillery and finally of the thecavalry thecavalry
cavalry followed each other men and nndwomen andwomen
women alike on all aides shouted out delhi deliriously delhiously ¬
ously Vive 1armeo larm o Vive 1armee 1armeeOnco larm e eOnce
Once in a while one could hear the shout shoutVive shoutVIve
Vive 1a France but it was very evident evidentthat evidentthat
that Vive rarmee is the cry nearest to tothe tothe
the French heart heartThere heartThere
There was no particular hero no com commanding cornrnandlng ¬
manding officer who had an individual individualreception Individualreception
reception There was no Bobs BobsLord BobsLordRobertswhose Lord LordRoberts
Roberts Robertswhose whose name has so often aroused arousedcheers arousedcheers
cheers from the throats of thousands of ofEnglishmen ofEnglishmen
Englishmen There was no particular particularwelcome particularwelcome
welcome given to any special brunch of the theservice theservice
service like the Highlanders or the Dublin DublinFusiliers DublinFusillers
Fusiliers or the naval brigade received in inEngland inEngland
England on their return from South Africa Africawhere Africawhere
where they had specially distinguished distinguishedthemselves distinguishedthemselves
themselves It was simply the French FrenchArmy FrenchArmy
Army as a whole that was cheered to the theecho theecho
echo and as the colors of the various regi regimenu regiTnents
menu went by the people became more moredelirious moredelirious
delirious in their acclamations acclamationsAt acclama lions lionsAt
At twenty minutes after H oclock the thoroyal theroyal
royal procession started on Its return trip
There was the same cordial greeting that thathad thathad
had been b accorded during the morning morningdrivu morningdtho
drivu to Vincennen but it was all In all a avery avery
very quiet ono Just about noon the Presi President Presldent ¬
dent and the King alighted at the Hotel do doVUle doVille
VUle for a short State call on the municipal municipalauthorities munIcipalatithoritlee
authorities Thence they proceeded to tothe toth
th the British Embassy through streets which whichhad whichhad
had by this time become absolutely choked chokedwith j
with ith spectators except where they l had hadbeen ad adbeen
been kept clecr deer for those who had passes passesto
to view the parade paradeThis paradeThis
This whole episode gave ono striking
impression and that was the passionate passionateaffection passionateIffeetlon
affection of Frenchmen for their army
There was also the conjecture as to what whatan
an enormous power the man who become becomethe becamethe
the hero of this army and of this people peoplecould peoplereuld
could wield wieldGREAT wieldOREST
GREAT OOTPOnniKa TO THK RACKS RACKSNotliing RACESothlng
Notliing othlng could have been greater than thanthe thanthe
the contrast between this mornings func funcHon functjon
Hon of the revl ew of the troops at Via Vlnwmes Viannes
wmes nnes and the visit this afternoon of King
Edward to the racecourse at Longchamps Longchampsin
in the Bois de Boulogne The review was wasundoubtwlly wasUfldOUbtedly
undoubtwlly an Important state func function functKfl ¬
tion whilo this afternoon the trip to the thea theraos
raos a was more In the nature of a social socialaffair socialaalr
affair In the morning the route of tho thoroyal thoroyal
royal procession lay through the poor poornelRhborhood poorflslghborhool
nelRhborhood and the vast majority of ofthe ofth
the th spectators were of the i orost classes
At the review itself the spectators showed showedapparently eltoweciapprpntiy
apparently little Interest In their royal royalKUCM royalguest
guest their attention and enthusiasm be beentirely betrig
trig entirely centred on the troops In Indo
do nfu aornoon > rnoon everything was different differentFmm differentFmm
Fmm tli the British Embassy wbenoo the thoKir theKirg
Kir Kirg ttii im t line > witting slit ing on tho I tie right sldf sIiI of ofresident
I resident Lou Loubot bo I in the carriage carrfjie started startedPoland startedPolindi
Poland Poland 11 Poland Pelaadfl III IIIit
Itiy it mural Spring Water Knownad KnownadI
I
out shortly shortl before 3 oclock tho route lay
along ono of the choicest drives In Paris Paristhrough
through the Place de la Concorde and Urn
Avenue cto < les Chatnpn Elysee past the Arc do
Trlompho and then through the ibIs do
Boulogne to the racecourse On nit either eitherside her herside
side tho famous chestnuts worealmost In
full bloom whllobeneath thorn thiomwaa was spread spreada
a carpet of spring turf Tim driveway
had been carefully watered and there was wasa wa waa
a striking confront between the condi conditions oondltlons ¬
tions then and in the early morning when whendense whendemo
dense clouds of dust obstructed the view viewAs viewAs
As for the myriads of people looking on
it would be irnposRlbV to tell of them or ori oradequately
i adequately describe thedifference between betweenthem betweenthem
them and the morning crowd They sat satand satand
and stood tan fifteen and twenty deep and andwhore andwhore
whore the ground sloped down to the drive drivethey drivethey
they were spread out In dense crowds crowdsIt
It was also an entirely different class of ofpeople ofPeople
people This time it was the prosperous prosperousand prosperousand
and fashionable classes Hint were to be besoon beseen
soon on the driveway along which there therewas therewas
was an unending stream of carriages carriagesautomobiles carriagesautomobiles
automobiles and cabs of every description descriptionIn
In fact it looked as though every smart smartteam smartteam
team and motor wagon had turned out outfor outfor
for the races and from noon until 4 oclock oclockthere oclockthere
there was no cessation in the constant constantstream constantstream
stream of these vehicles on tho way to toLougchamps toLongchamps
Lougchamps LougchampsFIRST
FIRST ENTHUSIASM FOR THE KINO KINOTills KINGThis
Tills rally was the occasion also when whenKing whenKing
King Edward for the first time received receivedwhat receivedwhat
what might be called a real hearty welcome welcomeand welcomeand
and tho cheers were loud and enthusiastic enthusiasticEven enthusiasticEven
Even Long live Edward could bo heard heardon
on every side sideTho sideThe
The weather itself was propitious In Intho Inthe
the morning during the review the sun sunhad sunhad
had boon veiled by a gray sky In the theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon as the King drove to the race racecourse racecourse ¬
course which was so familiar to him as astho asthe
the Prince of Wales it came out in full fullsplendor fullsplendor
splendor splendorAt
At Longcharaps another vast assemblage assemblagewas
was waiting to see and cheer the King KingWhen KingWhen
When at exactly 330 oclock he appeared appearedsmiling appearedsmiling
smiling and bowing in front of the Presi Presidential Prestdentist ¬
dentist tribune followed by M Ixubet Ixubetthere Loubetthere
there was a tremendous cheer from every everyside everyside
side Before the King and President Lou Loubet Loubet
bet entered the tribune it had been occupied occupiedonly occupiedonly
only by Mine Loubet and some other ladies ladiesKing ladiesKing
King Edward who wore a frock coat and andsilk andsilk
silk hat was Invited to take the centra scat scatBefore seatBefore
Before doing so he bowed to Mmo Loubet Loubetto
to his right and the President who sat to his hialeft hisleft
left leftThen
Then for about five minutes there was a atremendous atremendous
tremendous crush by those on tho other otherside otherside
side of the course to push forward toward towardthe towardthe
the tribune Those in the rear did not have havea
a chance to see anything but men lifted liftedwomen liftedwomen
women in their arms to give them a glimpse glimpseof
of the stand Throngs of men took turns turnsin turnsin
in standing on each others shoulders to tosee tosee
see what was going on onThere onThere
There were five big races on the pro programme programme ¬
gramme Each one was named after ono onoof onoof
of tho Kings best known horses They Theywere Theywere
were called the Prix Perdlta Prix Dia Diamond Diamond ¬
mond Jubilee Prix Menlo Lass Prix Per Persimmon Persin3mon ¬
simmon and Prix PI Florizel They ranged rangedin rangedirk
in irk value from five to tirvntyflve thou thousand thodarid ¬
sand francs and In the ones se of the Prix PrixPersimmon PrixPersimmon
Persimmon which was named after the theKings theKings
Kings Derby winner wlnnerof of 1890 l his Majesty Majestyadded Majetyadded
added a special cup cupThere cupThere
There were some peculiar coincidences coincidencesduring coincidencesduring
during the races The second event was waswon waswon
won by a horse named John JobnBull Bull while whilethe whilethe
the Prix Persimmon was carried off by byLe byLe
Le Tsar The first race the Prix Per Perdlta Perdita ¬
dlta which was started at 340 was won wonby wonby
by Edmond Blancs Chrysoth ends einisAMERICAN endsAMERIC4V
AMERICAN CONSUL WINS WISHte WINSHis
His Contention That Ho Was Not Subject Subjectto nbjectto
to German Courts Decree Lpheld LpheldSftctal LplieidSpecial
Special CaWt Cab Dapalcli to THE Sax SaxELBEBFEID SUNErianraLo
ELBEBFEID May 2 2The The higher court courthere courthero
here has reversed the decision of tim lower lowercourt lowercourt
court at Solingen which sentenced Joseph JosephJ
J Landger the American Consul at the tlielatter thelatter
latter place to ono days imprisonment imprisonmentand
and a flue of 30 marks for refusing to answer answercertain answercertain
certain questions Mr Landger denied deniedthe deniedthe
the authority of the local court to impose imposethis imposethis
this punishment and requested the Presi President Preeldent ¬
dent of the Court at Elberfcld to look into intothe intothe
the law lawThe lawThe
The Court here upholds the contention contentionof
of the Consul on the ground that the action actionof act ioq ioqof
of the local Judge was contrary to Section SectionIII p pIll
III of the Consular Convention Mr MrLandger MrLandger
Landger will apply to the Minister of Justice Justiceat
at Berlin for satisfaction satisfactionPOLICEMAS satisfactionPOLICEM4NS
POLICEMAS WIFE HELPS HELPSGrab hELPSGrabs
Grab One Pickpocket While Cop Grab GrabAnother GrabiAnotberAJao
Another AnotberAJao AJ o Interpret InterpretSergt InterpretSergt
Sergt Abram Hulse of the Leonard street streetpolice streetpolice
police was on a westbound Twentythird Twentythirdstreet Twentythirdstreet
street car after the police parade yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day with his wife when a young woman womanwho womanwho
who sat across from them cried out that thatshe thatshe
she had been robbed She pointed to two twomen twomen
men who were hurriedly leaving the car carHulse carHulse
Hulse was in uniform and hustled after afterthe afterthe
the men Ills wife followed Hulse grabbed grabbedthe grabbedthe
the larger of the two men and Mrs Hulso Hulsograsped Hulsograsped
grasped the coat collar and wrist of tim thosmaller timsmaller
smaller Hulse is a big man and re relieved relieved ¬
lieved his wife of her prisoner Ho haled haledboth haledboth
both men to the Tenderloin station with withhis withhis
his wife bringing up the rear accompanied accompaniedwoman
by the young woman who was robbed robbedhattan robbedShe
She was Miss Sadie Itodpath of 439 Man Manhattan
hattan avenue At the pollen station Miss Mimnedpath MissRedpath
nedpath said ald the smaller of the two men menhad monhad
had taken her puree containing sixty cents centsand centsand
and handed it to his companion The Thepurse j jpurse
purse was found on the larger man He Heeakl liesaid
said he was j Samuel Cohen of 85 ChristIe Christlnstreet ChristIestreet
street The other prisoner was Antonio AntonioBontano I IBontano
Bontano an Italian Bontano jabbered jahbenHlaway jabberedaway
away to his pal h in > Italian telling him to keep keephis keeplila
his mouth shut and not make any state statement atatement
ment mentMrs mentMrs
Mrs Hulte talks Italian and she inter interpreted Interpreted ¬
preted the prisoners remark much to his hissurprise hisuirpriso
surprise Bontano then t switched to Spanish SpanishMrs SpanishMrs
Mrs Hulfe told Bontano in Hpanlch that thatHim thatsun
Him understood what he had raid He Heand Heand
and his pal wow locked up upMy upMy
My wife would make a great cop paid paidHulse uildHulse
Hulse proudly proudlyLATE proudlyL4TE
LATE SHE CAVGIIT TIlE IIOAT IIOATMi ItO4TIrs
Mi Irs Graham Had to Board Mlnnrt onUs onlimIn onUsIn
In a BoatswaIn Chair
Mrs Robert E Graham wife of the come comedian comeillan ¬
dian found the Atlantic Transport liner linera linerMinnetonka
Minnetonka in which she had engaged engageda
a berth to London out In stream when HIO HIOreached slio slioroaclleI
reached the liners pier All her baggage baggageWOH
waN aboard and she afiki asked > d her husband hunbandwho husbandwho
who had come down with her nor in a furiously furiouslydriven furiouslydriven
driven cab what she should do Manager ManagerFranklin ManagerFranklin
Franklin solved the problem by i hurrying hurryingManager hurryingMrs
Mrs iraham aboard lie tug Kupek wiIrli wiIrlitook
took her alongeldo the liner She was washoisted
hoisted aboard in a boatswains chalr chalrManager
Manager Franklin Mr Graham and sewrui sewruifriends sevruifriends
friends who were on hand to wish Mrs MrsGraham MrsOrahiun
Graham a fine voyage went out In tlin tlintug tliotug
tug with her and cheered her as sIde liestpp atepied atepiedaboard > co coaboard
aboard the Mlnnetonka MlnnetonkaPoland MInnetqn MInnetqnPolsndI
Poland Poland Poland PolandUoltled roIaedtU roIaedtUIdollied
Uoltled al lbs Faruou Poland Sprlnr leAHt
COPS FIGHT ON FERRYBOAT FERRYBOATONE
ONE SEEMS lSiE WHILE RE RETURXIXO liEp
p TURNING FROM PARADE PARADECavmiaih ltILIDECSIIag1I
Cavmiaih titarli n Fight and Dashes ItaihnThrough DashesThroughi
Through Canlni Terrorizing Women Womennd Womenand
and nd Children ChtklrrnTrles Trips to Jump Over Overboard Overboardhl
boardhl board Shield id Lost and Uniform Torn TornThere TornTliero
There wits a riotous scene on the Twenty Twentythird TwentytlLltd
third street ferryboat Texas on a trip to toWllliamsburg toWlllanssburg
Wllliamsburg last night among a dozen dozenpolicemen dozenpolicemen
policemen nenny ail belonging to the Gates Gatesavenue Gatesavenue
avenue station who had been in the police policeparade policeparade
parade Among the cops CO5 w was Policeman PolicemanCavanagh PolicemanCavanaghi
Cavanagh of that precinct Ho had been beenoff beenoiT
off the stuff as hlx ii associates said for about aboutsix aboutsix
six months and when he sot out for Manhat Manhattan Manhattan ¬
tan yesterday afternoon to take part in the theparade tueparade
parade he vowed that he would not drink drinka
a drop dropWhen dropVhien
When the parade was dismissed Cay Cavanagh Cayanagli ¬
anagh and eleven of his hi associates sot out outfor outfor
for the Twontytliird street furry It Itsaid vttut vttutsaid
said that on the way they stopped in several severalsalooas severalsaloons
saloons but Cavanagh drank sparingly sparinglyHis
His friends declared that ho must have havegot havegot
got knockout drops There war about aboutfive aboutfive
five hundred hiund red passengers aboard aboardSoon aboardSooii
Soon after the boat left its slip one of ofCavonaghs ofCavanaglis
Cavonaghs associate it is alleged railed railedhim calledhim
him a hard name Cavanagh Cavniia h struck him himin himin
in the face and this started what afterward afterwardscenes afterwardproved
proved to be nm of the most UNgraceful UNgracefulscenes
scenes passengers ever witnessed witnessedThe witnessedThe
The blow Cavntmgh gave to his brother brotherrop brothercop
cop was followed by another Cavanagh Cavanaghneemed Cavanaghieemed
neemed to become insane He ran through throughkill throughtlit
tlit Iflefl8 cabin shouting that he would wouldkill
kill everybody who Interfered with him himHlri himIIl
Hlri IIl companions pursued him When WhenCavanagh WidenCavanagh
Cavanagh was caught In the bow he fought foughtdesppratelv foughtdesperately
desperately His uniform was torn and he heloot helost
loot his shield shieldSomebody shieldSomebody
Somebody shouted Look out hes got gota
a gun and this sent such a thrill through throughthe throughthe
the passengers In the mens cabin that they theymade the themade
made a rush for the stern Cavanagh Cavanaghsucceeded Cavanagsucceeded
succeeded in freeing himself and ran back backthrough backthrough
through the cabin When ho reached reachedthe reachedthe
the stern ho tried to jump overboard but butwas butwas
was restrained Still fighting ho ran over overto overto
to the womens cabin where he terrorized terrorizedwomen terrorizedwomen
women and children They ran screaming
to the bow bowSeven bowSeven
Seven of Cavanaghs associates caught caughthtm caughthim
him and held him until the boat was made madefast madefast
fast to the Willtameburg slip A number numberof
of women were on the verge of collapse collapsefrom collapsefrom
from excitement and when the gates were wereopened i iopened
opened the passengers made a frantic franticrush I Irush
rush for shore shoreThey shoreThey
They ran up to Kent avenue where they theystod i istood
stood and watched further proceedings proceedingsCavaimch proceedingsCavanagh
Cavaimch was dragged off the boat and andlaid andlaid
laid down bn > n the pavement near the bridge bridgeHe
He had collapsed completely and while whilethree whaiethree
three policemen kept guard over him others otherswent otherswent
went for a acoach coach At the expiration of ofhalf ofhalf
half an hour a coach appeared and it was wasdriven wasdriven
driven into the ferry yard Cavanagh Cavanaghstill Cavanaghstill
still helpless was bundled into it and with withtwo withtwo
two cops keeping guard over him was driven drivenIt
to the Gates avenue police station stationIt
It was as said that at least half a dozen dozeninoffensive dozenInoffensive
inoffensive citizens who were punched punchedby
by Cavanagh and his associates will go gobefore gobefore
before Police Commissioner Greene to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow and prefer charges chargesar chargesEANS
ar > LEAXS CRIMINAL HISTORY HISTORYMan HISTRIMan
Man Supposed to t lie Ho Captured by Brook BrookIjn Urooklyn
lyn Detective on the Ctraoao CtraoaoThe CarsoaLThe
The police recently recent received information informationfrom informationfrom
from Scotland Yard that Charles McLean McLeana
a tloketofleave man had disappeared disappearedand
and it was believed he had sailed for forAxnerlca forAxnerlcaYesterday America AmericaYesterday
Yesterday morning Detective Sergeants SergeantsFarrell SergeantsFarrell
Farrell and Vachris went on board the theBed theBed
Bed D Line steamship Caracas at the foot footof j jof
of Atlantic avenue Brooklyn and while whilewalking i iwalking
walking around the decks saw a man at attempting attempting ¬
tempting to enter a stateroom with a skele skeleton ekeioton ¬
ton key Ho failed to open the door and andthen andthen
then went to the next door doorTho doorThe
The detectives arrested him as a suspi suspicious suspidons ¬
cious dons person and he was taken to the Smith Smithstreet Smithstreet
street headquarters where Capt Formosa Formosanoticed Formosanoticed
noticed that he answered the description descriptionof
of McLean Subsequently he secured cor corroboration corroboratfon
roboration that thathewaa he was right In his hi surmise
is years outrefused
refused to tell where ho lived was locked lockedup lockedup
up in the Adams street station charged with withvagrancv withvagrancy
vagrancy vagrancvrapt vagrancyapt
rapt apt Formosa said last night that McLean McLeanhad McLeanhail
had a long history He was arrested In InApril in1irll
April 197 for robbing a hotel and was wassent wassent
sent to Sing Sing for three years At this thistime thistIme
time he gave the name of McLaughlin MuLaughllnTinder McLaughlinUnder
Tinder the name of Lambert he was arrested arrestedin
in June 1831 for a similar offence and did didtwo didtwo
two years at Blackwells Island In 1890 1890under lt9otinder
under the name of McLean he was arrested arrestedin
in London Fnglond for robbing a hotel hotelM hoteland
and served six months imprisonment In InI
I M P2 > 3 under his proper name he was arrested arrestedin
in Paris for hotel larceny and served six sixmonths sixmonths
months monthsHo monthsHo
Ho was next heard of in Brussels where whereho wherehe
ho was doing a six months term for hotel hotellarceny hotellarceny
larceny in August 1892 In IBM he was wasarrested wasarrested
arrested in Southampton for a similar similaroffence similaroffence
offence and got a there months sentence sentenceIn
In September 1885 under the name of ofHamilton ofHamilton
Hamilton he was arrested In Belgium and andand andwas
was entonced to a years Imprisonment Imprisonmentand
and a fine of 26 francs francslie
He was next arrested in Frankforton FrankfortontheMain FrankfortontheMain t
theMain In January IMS for robbing a ahotel ahotel
hotel and for this offence i icci cclved ved a sentence sentenceof
of three yearn Then lie drifted to York YorkEngland YorkEngland
England where he again robbed a hotel hoteland hoteland
and was sentenced to three years Imprison Imprisonment Imprisonment ¬
ment in July 1000 1000When 1000When
When searched at the Smith street head headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters he hud 115 15 In cash a knife and a anumber anumber
number of keys in his possession possessionDYAMITE possessionDYVI1lTE
DYAMITE RLOWS OFF FINGERS FIdERSCartridge FINGERSCartridge
Cartridge Kxplodn In Greenhouse a aEmployee as asImpIoee
Employee Throws It Into Wheelbarrow WheelbarrowMORRTBTOWN WheelbarrowMORRISTOWN
MORRTBTOWN N J 1 May 2 2While While clean cleaning cleaning ¬
ing out the greenhouses of John Green on onMount onMtidIt
Mount Kemble avenue this afternoon afternoonJeromo afternoonJerome
Jerome Baird an employee had throe throefingers threefingers
fingers of his right hand and two fingers fingersof
of his left hand blown off oh below the second secondjoints secondjoints
joints and the flesh torn from the palms palmsof
of both hands by a dynamite cartridge cartridgeRalrtl cartridgeBaird
Baird seeing the cartridge lying In n nIxxl abed
bed of flowers throw It Into his barrow barrowraying barrowsaying
raying that it was a dangerous thing to tohave tohave
have around The expiation followed followedThe followedThe
The mans fingers were blown twenty
feet away flowers and plants were uprooted uprootedand uprootedand
and the wheelbarrow was split Into Intokindling intokIndling
kindling wood His face WES cut by flying flyingsplinters flyingsplinters
splinters and he was knocked unconscious unconsciousOther UnconsciousOilier
Other employees who were about the thehouses thehouses
houses were shocked by the concussion concussionBalrd concussionBaIrd
BaIrd was taken to Memorial Hospital and andit
it IH said them that ho will probably be
unable to uw nit her agclnSHOT
SHOT HIS WIFE AD HIMSELF HIMSELFHotel III ItSELF ItSELFhotel
Hotel Proprietor Crarrd by t Failure to toObtain toObtain
Obtain a Liquor Llrrnt LlrrntOWKOO UeenseOwEoO
OWKOO N Y May 2 2Louis Louis V Lacey Laceythn Lacoythe
the proprietor of a hotel at Rlclifonl twenty twentymiles twentyziiiles
miles north of here shot his wife and him himself hireself ¬
self with a revolver this morning In their tlielrprivate theirprivate
private sitting room in the hotel Both Bothwere Boutcer
were cer dead lean when found Lacayn mind had hcdbeen hadbeeti
been unbnlHnced by his failure to obtain a arenewal arenevni
renewal of bin liquor license the town of ofRichffird ofBlchfnrrl
Richffird having recently voted against againsttNiniiitliiig againstsrrriiittIiig
tNiniiitliiig th Mile of liquor liquorSr liquorSsIUatI
Sr SsIUatI r > ril Air tln llnr Hallway HallwayUnutilr RIIsayiiiitI
Unutilr ilaly da I trnlni Thloiieh rats to Atlanta AtlantaXnv AtlantiMavtniah
Xnv Mavtniah nn h Jiirbiujnrlllr mid Tampa Cafe dlnlnf dlnlnfcan diOlnicar
can oirct1 t1IC IIW llruaduayiur iirtdway tisr I
I ROTHSCHILD A 4 SUICIDE SUICIDEDroftiir sfJWlIEBrother
Brother of ofthe the Hotel Majettto jesue Man MiooU MiooUHlmiflf tiootStUmult
tUmult Dead DeadHerman DeadHe
Herman He nan Rothschild M yean old of ofMO
MO West Eightysecond street committed committedsuicide committedauleidolate
suicide auleidolate late yesterday afternoon by shooting shootinghimself shootInghimself
himself in the forehead His body ww wwfound wasfound
found In the woods near 177th street and andAmsterdam andAmsterdam
Amsterdam avenue by Policemen linden Hlldenstoln lindenstein
stein of the West lS2d street station and andDouglass andDouglass
Douglass of the West Sixtyeighth street streetI Atrootstation
station stationTho stationThe
I
The suicide It IN a brother of Joseph J JItothschlld JRothschild
Itothschlld who is connected with the Ma Majestio MaJestlo
jestio Hotel and lives at Mi Central Park ParkWest ParkWest
West The hotel man found when he re returned returned ¬
turned home late yesterday afternoon a aletter aletter
letter from the dead man telling him that thatIf thatif
If he wished to find Ills body to go to 177th 177thstreet 177thstreet
street and Amsterdam avenue The letter lettergave lettergave
gave no reason for suicide and added only onlya
a goodby goodbyMr
Mr Rothschild was very much alarmed alarmedby alarmedby
by the letter and told Policeman Douglass Douglasswho Doughaswho
who was on the beat near hU homo about It ItHo ItHe
Ho asked the policeman to Investigate so soDouglass soDouglass
Douglass went to his station reported the thematter thematter
matter and was sent to the West 152d street streetstation streetstation
station stationHe stationHe
He told tide sergeant there about the theletter theletter
letter and Policeman Hlldonst Ilildensteln ln was told toldto toldto
to go to 177th street with him himThe hintThe
The policeman wont to the woods at 730 730oclock 730oclock
oclock and after a few ow minutes search searchfound searchfound
found the body lying only a short distance distancefrom distancefront
from Amsterdam avenue There were weretwo weretwo
two bullethokt In the dead mans temple templeand templeand
and another In the left hand In Ills right righthand righthand
hand was a 22calibre revolver revolverThe revolverThe
The police removed the body to the West WestlS2d West152d
lS2d street station and a few minutes later latertho laterthe
the dead mans brother called the station stationon
on the telephone and after hearing a de description descriptlon ¬
scription of the suicide Identified It as that thatof thatof
of his brother brotherCoroner brotherCoroner
Coroner Soholer gave a permit for the theremoval th thremoval
removal of the body and It was taken to tothe tothe
the Hotel Majestic Joseph J Rothschild Rothschildtold RothschIldtold
told the police over the telephone that he heknow heknew
know no cause for his brothers suicide suicideHe suicideHe
He did not tell the police anything about aboutthe aboutthe
the dead man manWAR manWAR
WAR TAX TO lIE RETVRXED RETVRXEDJudge RETURVEDJudge
Judge Klrfcpatrlcfe Decide for f American AmericanSugar Americanngsr
Sugar ngsr Refinery HenneryJudge RefineryJudge
Judge Klrkpatrlck of the United States StatesCircuit StatesCircuit
Circuit Court has rendered a decision in infavor infavor
favor of the American Sugar Refinery in intho inthe
the suit brought against W D Rutan and andHerman andHerman
Herman H C Herold collectors of internal internalrevenue Internalrevenue
revenue at Newark for the recovery of
200000 paid for the he Spanish war tax under underon
on n act of Congress in operation while they theywere theywere
were collectors collectorsThe collectorsThe
The court finds that the corporation corporationmay
may recover the tax paid on the receipts receiptsfor receiptsfor
for stevedoring with interest from the thedates thedatesofpayment
dates datesofpayment of payment the taxes paid In receipts receiptsreceived receiptsreceived
received by It from Indebtedness prior to toJune toJuno
June 141898 14 189 with Interest and for forint interest interestupon rest restupon
upon each pymentof a Ux during each eachspecial eachspecial
special tax year from frOmthe the dU when the thetax thetax
tax was paid to July Julyn next t after the expira expiration edpirntion ¬
tion of the special tax taxycar taxycarIt year JL JLIt
It to understood thatthe that the decision Is of ofgreat oft
great t Importance aa affecting sugar corpora corporation oorpOraflouts ¬
flouts in other taxing districts and the Sugar SugarTrust SugarThtht
Trust in said to have been behind the liti litigation litigallon ¬
gallon The collectors are sued Individu Individually individually ¬
ally but the United States Treasury De Department Departznent ¬
partment will have to return the money moneyO moneyNO
NO O MORE WIE AT RAQVETS RAQVETSKnlghti RANQUETSKnights
Knights Templar of California Vole VoleLnanlmonily VoteVnanlmouily
Lnanlmonily to DIspense With It ItSIN ItSAR
SIN FBANCIICO May 2 2There There will be beno beno
no wine at banquets of Knights Templars Templarsof
of California hereafter This was the thedoeslon thedoetsion
doeslon reached by the annual conclave conclaveof
of the Grand Commandery held last week weekIn weekIn
In this city The action was taken to carry I
out the recommendation made by retiring retiringGrand retiringGrand
Grand Commander W Frank Pierce There Therewas Therewag
was not a dissenting vote against the move moveThe moveThe
The innovation has bead introduced introducedit
it is I said so that the order on this coast coastmight coastmight
might fall in line with the general move movement movemeat ¬
meat of the same kind in the East and be because because ¬
cause the use of wine in lodge rooms or at atofficial atofficial
official functions of the order is contrary contraryto
to the principles of Masonry No other otherreason otherreason
reason is given but it is said that the Grand GrandLodge GrandLodge
Lodge of Masons at its annual meeting meetingnext meetingnext
next October will take the same decisive decisiveaction decIsiveaction
action and order that all banquets given givenunder givenunder
under the name of any Masonic lodge of ofthe ofthe
the State be strictly temperate This Thisstand Thisstand
stand has never before been taken by the theorder theorder
order on this coast coastABATTOIR coastADATTOIR
ABATTOIR DILL ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDMayor ACCEPTEDMayor
Mayor See In It a PromIse or Competition CompetitionWith
With Beef Trust TrmtMayor TrustMayor
Mayor Low has h as accepted the bill per permitting pernutting ¬
mitting the New York Butchers Dressed DressedMeal DressedMeat
Meal Association to build an abattoir at atEleventh atEleventh
Eleventh avenue and Thirtyninth street streetThe streetThe
The permit Is limited to a maximum of often often
ten years and the butchers association associationhas
has agreed to remove remo ye the abattoir at on onearlier ansaner
earlier period If the city decides upon a ageneral ageneral
general policy looking to the removal of ofall ofall
all slaughter houses from the city Mr MrLow MrLow
Low hopes the Board of Health will ac accomplish accomplish ¬
complish such a removal within ton years yearsat
at the latest He odds oddsThe addsThe
The new slaughter hounv will Improve Improveil improveexlstintt
exlstintt < il tnK conditions indItIon for the time being with without without ¬
out affordIng an opportunity to the th owners ownersto ownersto
to claim any vented right beyond the period periodof
of ton year For the Immediate future futurenlao futurealso
also local competition with the Beef Trust Truntis
is promised and there Is reason to believe believewill bpllevewill
will be secured securedIIVLLDOO secured1tULLDDG
IIVLLDOO MIXED IV SCRAP SCRAPAnd SCRIIAnd
And Thereby the Actor Got the Better Betteror
or the Stage Manager ManagerThere ManagerThere
There was a little comedy act during the theperformance theperformance
performance of The Sultan of Bulu last lastnight lastnight
night that wasnt seen by the audience audienceGeorge audienceGeorge
George Shields who takes the part of the theColonel theColonel
Colonel sings a song about a Jaybird
in the second act He forgot one lino and andwhen andwhen
when ho returned to his dressing room roomWalWr roomWaiter
Waiter Lawrence the stage manager managerasked managerasked
asked him what the trouble was wasAs wasAs
As a reply Shields put up his fists and andtho andthe
the two half In Jest half In earnest began beganto
to 1x 101 > x In the dressing room was Shleldss Shleldssbulldog Shieldabulldog
bulldog who resented the evident attack attackon ttaekon
on his master so he joined in the scrap scrapand scrapanti
and attached himself to that part pa of the theHMgn thestage
stage managers trousers which i is > usually usuallyassociated usuallyassociated
associated with a bulldogs attack attackThe attackThe
The boxing ceased when the dog joined joinedIn
In and It was with difficulty that he was waspersuaded waspersuaded
persuaded to let go Then Shield apolo apolotrouners apologized
gized and offered to pay for the damaged damagedtrousers
trousers Thus eayetl the prow agent agentn agent15p
15p FourThd Xews tar May is full of bilgh5 bilgh5newa
newa n n articles of Inlf Intreat rr l jtut the Ihlnf tar u tbl tblras > ti tiraion
raion ras of the year ar 5 icntt nU al ncWMtandir bewutsnda4d Att
BAD COLLISION ON NEW HAVEN HAVENJMCfffAW HAVENR4CIING
JMCfffAW FREIGHT RAMS SMOKER SMOKEROF SIIOIEItff1
OF PASSEVER TRA1 TRA1I TIAISA
I A Down Passenger Hurt at South Mar Marwalk Torwalk
walk or Whom One In Dead and An Another Another
other I Ilylng i1ngFrright Freight Urakeman lirakenianI3lamedforegiectIng
1 Blamed I3lamedforegiectIng ror Neglecting a Dwarf SIgnal glgnalNonWAiJC SIgnalNORWALK
NORWALK Conn May 2 2A A bad rail railroad raild ¬
road d accident happened on the embank oinlwnkment embankInt
ment in the centre of South Norwalk at ato6
o6 5 oclock this afternoon A t pickup plckujifreight pickupfreight
freight train In charge of Conductor Andrew AndrewMcCormlck AndrewMcCtruaick
McCormlck backed Into the 435 accommo accommodation acoomniodatlon ¬
dation from New Haven which was Just Justpulling justpulling
pulling Into South Norwalk the rear car cargoing earg
going g ing clear through the smoker of the thepMoonger thepseonger
pMoonger train and Injuring nearly a dozen dozenof dozenof
of the passengcrd passengcrdOne passengcrdOhe
One died almost as noon as taken to totlio tothO
tlio hospital while another was gaspIng giisplnghis
his last The dead man Is Eugene Cavanagh CavanaghBaltimore CavanaghBaltimore
Baltimore and the man fatally hurt hurtwas hurtwas
was evidently n laborer He > wore a gold goldRoman goldRoman
Roman pin with the InltaU I J 1 K Tho Those Thoseseverely o oseverely
severely Injured arc arcEShallaman arcE
EShallaman E hallaman 820 Fairfield avenue Bridge Bridgeport Bridgeport ¬
port ladies tailor at 45 North main street structSouth streetSouth
South Norwalk both legs broken Internal Internalinjuries Internalhijurlei
injuries injuriesT
T J Anderson Saugatuck badly bruised bruisedand bruisedand
and cut about the left side sideMortimer 1de 1deMortlrner
Mortimer Ogden Fairfield avenue avenueBridgeport avenueBridgeport
Bridgeport right ankle broken scalp scalpwound scalpwound
wound badly cut about face faceGeorge faceGeorge
George A Davis colored 26 John street streetStamford streetStamford
Stamford internal Injuries badly bruised bruisedThe bruisedThe
The cause of the accident was < the he back backing backing ¬
ing up of a freight train without n signal signalThe sIgnalThe
The freight was made up of fourteen fourteenfreight fourteenfreight
freight cars some loaded and come empty emptyConductor emptyConductor
Conductor McCormick of this train comes comesup comesUI
up UI from Harlem River each morning with withan withan
an extra and picks up the afternoon freight freightat
at Now Haven and goes down at any time timein timein
in the afternoon Ho left three cars on the thetrack thetrack
track near the Washington street bridge bridgeand bridgeand
and kicked four moro up into the South SouthXorwalk SouthNorwalk
Norwalk freight yard yardHe yardHe
He had gone back into his track west of ofthe ofthe
the switch near the standplpe just west of ofthe ofthe
the Washington street bridge where ho hostood hestood
stood a few minutes Conductor McCormick McCormlckwas
was In the tower at the bridge at the time timeA timeA
A brakeman who waq wa on the top of a box boxcar boxcar
car next to the end of the train gave the thesignal thesignal
signal to the engineer to back up and get gettho getthe
the three cars which had been left leftTills leftThis
Tills movement had just been attempted attemptedwhen attemptedwheui
when the passenger train came around aroundthe aroundthe
the corner from the east The brakeman brakemanrealized brakemanrealized
realized his mistake too late His frantic franticsignals franticsignaisto
signals signaisto to tho engineer of the freight were wereunavailing wareunavailing
unavailing The rear car which was an anempty anempty
empty coal car struck the engine of tIme thopassenger tImepassenger
passenger train trainIt trainIt
It scraped along the engineand engine and the com combination cornbintkn ¬
bination car which followed It without withoutseriously withouterlouaiy
seriously damaging either or pushing them themfrom themfrom
from the tracks The second car was the thesmoker thesmoker
smoker The box car entered it at the theforward theforward
forward end tearing the entire side of tho thocar thouroutfor
car uroutfor but for tWQjthirds of Uw length Shal Shallaman BhaIlamanwas ¬
laman lamanwas was sitting In ono of the lost scats scatswhich seatswhich
which was demolished He wan ai found foundJammeddown foundjammeddown
Jammeddown in the seat with both of his hislegs himlegi
legs fractured fracturedThe i iThe
The collision took place on the switch switchand switchand
and the entire passenger train went 300 300feet 300feet
feet west before it came to a stop with withpart withpart
part of the box car Inside InsideAt InsIdeAt
At the Now Haven railroad office here hereIt hersit
It wan said that an empty flat car attached attachedto
to the rear of the freight train backing backingup
up on the thenext next track to that on which the thepassenger thepassenger
passenger train was entering the station stationwas stationwas
was derailed just as the train wan passing pansingund passingund
und rammed the smoking car tearing out outa
a section of its side Four day coaches coachesbehind coachesbehind
behind the smoker were derailed but their theirpassengers theirpassengers
passengers escaped Injury
The freight train was an extra dropping droppingcars
cars In the South Norwalk yard It was waslying i ilying
lying divided into two sections on the sec
westbound track close to the station stationTho
The sections had been separated one on oneach oneach
each side of a crossover switch which con connected connected ¬
nected a branch line from Wilson Point Pointwith Pointwith
with a siding on the north side of the four fourthrough fourthrough
through tracks A switch engine from fromtho frontthe
the point was waiting to cross over to the thesiding thesidIng
siding and the tower operator had set his hisswitches hisswitches
switches and signals as far as the outside outsideas outsidewestbound
westbound track to send it across as soon soonas
as the pnssenger train had gone by
The ThoswItchoveracross switchover across the track on onwhlch onwhlchthe which whichthe
the fie gut train stood had been set and andwhen andwhen
when the engineer backed up his two rear rearoars rearcars
oars were derailed by striking the frog frogOnly frogOnhythe
Only Onhythe the last car of the freight struck the thepassenger thepassenger
passenger train trainThe trainThe
The train after fiftyeinht minutes minutesdelay minutesdelay
delay continued on to New York arriving arrivinrat
at the Grand rand Central Station at 828 j jfreight A Afreight
freight brakeman named Dowd Is blamed blamedfor blamedfor
for the accident by tho railroad officials offictalnHe officialsHo
He signalled his engineer to back ignoring ignoringa
a dwarf signal which was set against him himindicating himindicating
indicating a closed switch switchWATER switchW4TEII
WATER TOO COLD FOR A DOG DOGCruelty DOGCrueitV
Cruelty Society or Philadelphia Wouldnt WouldntLet WOUJdfltLet
Let Capt Ilinman Ualij DaIs Uelle Go In InPHILADELPHIAMay InPmuliavELrmuIAMay
PHILADELPHIAMay 2 2Capt Copt Sidney Hln Hlnman Hinman
man of the Coney Island Life Saving Crew Crewand Crewand
and his Newfoundland dog Daisy Belle Belletried Belletried
tried to give an exhibition of their lifo lifosaving lifosaving
saving methods in the Delaware River off offRace offRace
Race street pier today todayTho todayThe
The captain appeared with Ills pneumatic pneumaticrubber pneumaticrubber
rubber suit on and the dogs with a pink pinkribbon pinkribbon
ribbon Before either could reach the thewater thewater
water zealous agents of the Society for th thPrevention time timePrevention
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals seized welzodDaisy seizedDaisy
Daisy Bell BellWhats
Whats the matter shouted Ilinman Ilinmanwhile Ilinumanwhile
while the animal anhmnaletruggled anhmnaletruggledWater struggled struggledWater
Water i Is too cold for a dog dog5 said the thoagents theagents
agents agentsWhyi
Whyi that dog was born where the thoweather theweather
weather Is never above zero said Hlnman HlnmanThis HinnmnThIs
This here stream is a Turkish bath to her herThe herThe
The agents proving obdurate the captain captainwent captainwent
went In alone Daisy sat down and howled howleduntil bowleduntil
until he came out outCAPT outCAPT
CAPT ItOXOHVE LEFT IOOO IOOOAppraisal ooo oooAppraisal
Appraisal or Estate of Police Captain CaptainSSlto I IWho
Who Died at His link linkTlio DeskTue
Tlio estate of John J Donohuc the police policecaptain policecaptain
captain who died suddenly in the Morris Morrisanla Morrisania
anla pollen station and In whose desk vain valuable vainable ¬
able securities were found has been s smated ti timalfd
mated by the official appraisers nt atnet 15374 15374nut
nut after fterciedueting deduct Ing all tIme debts and ex expenses oxnenmee ¬
penses of administration Capt Donohuu Donohuuleft Donolmueleft
left a widow Mrs Elizabeth Donahue who whowill whowill
will get l5SiS 23853 from the personal > stnt stnti stRtIn
In addition to her dowr right in the real realfitat
i fi1nt < Donohue owned an equity of
17597 In the property at 2220 Seventh ave avenue ayeflue ¬
flue 34ooo 3410Kt cash in tanks 205 phann of ofUnited ofUnited
United Stairs Steel common stock which whichwero whichWere
Were sold for I 1227 and another 102i 102ishares 1024shares
shares of the stock valued at 3007 ooi His Histwo IIIItwo
two nephews John J and Frank Murphy MurphyPolaadt Murphywill
will get 117Ml each torn the personaL personaLestate
estate
Polaadt r I1adtt la dl Poland PolandGreatest Iolaadtfl IolaadtflGreatest
Greatest NaluiU Medicinal Water Known Knowntgj Ail
050 0 fur In al Hour HourThr Haitraml
Thr n 15W w SOIh Century Limited of Ihr dim New NewYork rw rwYerk
York Central and la Lake c Sborr dos thl every day dayand layLad
and stleeta Tcta a era avlnc I to Ihr th liu buy y man who whoIrareU whotrawL
trawL IrareU between lbs Kail and Wtattde V Uc
1L IV t TO HIAtW HP WHOLE CITY CITYStore CIT CITMore
Store Kvldnioe of Hie Plot at Nalonlea NalonleaThree SatonteaThree
Three Hundred Deported Killed Killedfiptelol HilledSptclah
fiptelol CaMs DespairS to THE Son SonSAIOXICI SeaSttoNlCt
SAIOXICI M Msy y 2 A quantity of nitro nitroglycerine cureglycerine ¬
glycerine homo f fuses usos and a complete bomb bombmaking born bornmaking
making apparatus of English manufacture manufacturehave manufacturehave
have been discovered In d t shoemakers shop shopIt
It communicated comnmunleatedthirougli through an underground undergroundpOHsage undergroundpassage
passage with the Ottoman Bank which whichwas whichwas
was blown up by explosives Io last t Wednes Wednesday Wedneeday ¬
day night nightThe nightThe
The police also found that tho ho pile principal pilecipal ¬
cipal quarters of the town had been under undermined undermined ¬
mined The revolutionists evidently in intended intended ¬
tended to blow up the entire city cityIt cityIt
It is stated that S00 00 persons were killed killedAbout killedAbout
About 1000 persons have boon arrested arrestedTwo arretedTwo
Two battalions of Turkish troops have havearrived havearrived
arrived here herefrorn from Smyrna SmyinaFt
1 FARMERS Ft IZVEIIX RARRELLIXU II OIL OILTahluc OILTaking
Taking Advantage or a Break In a Pipe PipeIJne PipeLine
Line Near Caliron N J JWASHINGTON JVASh1NC1TON
WASHINGTON N J May 2 2The The tanners fannersIn
In the vicinity of Collfou and Anthony are arebarrelling arebarrelling
barrelling oil The new pipe line crossing crossingthe
the mountain from Changowater to Collfon Collfonhas Cailfonhas
has broken several times flooding con considerable considerablo ¬
siderable land with crude oil John Costner Costnerand Castnerand
and Morris Kick have filed claims against againstthn agaInstthe
the company for damages The former formersays formersays
says a field of wheat was totally destroyed destroyedAfter destroyedAfter
After a big break on Tuesday the farmers farmersconcluded farmerscommcluded
concluded to bo prepared for the next ono onoThey oneThey
They bought all the barrels they could couldfind couldfind
find In the village stores and sent hero for fora
a load They took everything that wouldhold would wouldhold
hold oil Friday the lookodfor break breakcamo breakcame
came and every available barrel was filled filledNow filledNow
Now the farmers are looking for a market marketfor marketfor
for their oil oilKAVY oilN4
KAVY N4 YARD JtORKERS tiORKEIlS BALK RALKGovernment BALKGovernment
Government Turns Them Off 01 and Stands Standsnearly StandsRead
nearly Read to Fight FightEighteen lightEighteen
Eighteen iron workers on the new battle battleshlpConnecticutat battleshIpConnectlcutat
shlpConnecticutat the navy navyyard yard in Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn were Informed yesterday that beginning beginningtomorrow beginningtomorrow
tomorrow they would bo paid by piece piecework piecework
work Instead of by the day They told toldNaval toldNaval
Naval Constructor Capps that they wouldImot would wouldnot
not do piece work and they were Immedi Immediately Immediately ¬
ately discharged and a requisition was sent sentto sentto
to the labor bureau in the yard for men mento mento
to take their places One of the officials officialsat
at the yard said yesterday jesterdayThere yesterdayThere
There is an undercurrent outside the theyard theyard
yard responsible for all these troubles troublesNow troublesNow
Now will be just as good a time as any anyother anyother
other to show the men that It is the Govern Government Governmont ¬
mont and no one else that is running the thejob thejob
job of building bulldlagths this battleship battleshipSTEAM battleshipSTEilt
STEAM ROLLER FELL OV HIM HIMBoy 1114WBoy
Boy Who Was Stealing a Hide on a Track TrackCnulird TruckCrushed
Crushed to Death DeathHenry DeathHenry
Henry Gerwitz 7 years old of 343 East EastFiftyfourth EastFiftyfourth
Fiftyfourth street was Instantly killed killedyesterday killedyeaterdsy
yesterday afternoon while playing on Sec Secqnd SecQm3ci
qnd avenue near Fiftyninth streetBer streetBernard stzetBern ¬
nard n rd Mclntlre of 09 Morrisstreet roriui street Jersey JerseyCity JerseyCity
City was driving a atruck truck upon which was wasa
a steam roller when the roller broke from fromits fromIts
its fastenings and fell to the street crush crushing crushlag ¬
lag the boy who according to the police policewas policewas
was stealing a ride Molntira was locked lockedup lockedup
up in the East Fiftyfirst street station stationcharged stationclmarged
charged with manslaughter manslaughterPOPES manslaughterPOIES
POPES VOICE REPRODUCED REPRODUCEDGraphophone REPRODUCEDGrapimopimone
Graphophone Record Heard by the Notre NotreDame NotreDame
Dame Students StudentsNOTRE StudentsNOTRE
NOTRE DAME Ind May 2 2The The student studentbody studentbody
body at Notre Dame had a novel ex experience oxperlence ¬
perience yesterday While In Rome a grapho graphophono graphophone
phone record of Leo XIII giving his sol solemn eelenm
emn benediction was given to Dr Zahm
This was reproduced in the University Hall Halland Halland
and the words were distinctly heard by all allpresent allpresent
present This is said to bo the first time timethat timetlmat
that the voice of the Pope has been heard heardin
in America AmericaTHOMAS AmericaTlOiI48
THOMAS TYSOV DIES IV JAIL JAILHad JAILHad
Had a ClaIm AgaInst the MOOOOOOO MOOOOOOOEntitr 40000000Estate
Estate or an Australian Incle IncleDALLAS IncleDatmts
DALLAS Tex May 2 2Thomas Thomas Tyson Tysondied Tysondied
died In jail at Fort Worth Tex last night nightHe nightHe
He had been Incarcerated for drunkenness drunkennessand drunkennessandengaginglnafight
and andengaginglnafight engaging In a fight Ho was a native nativeof
of Kentucky KentuckyAn
An uncle John Tyson died in Melbourne MelbourneAustralia MelbourneAustralia
Australia several years ago leaving an anostato anestate
estate valued at 10000000 principally la labonk inhank
bonk stocks railroad and mining stocks and andreal andreal
real estate Attorneys recently took up
Thomas Tyson a claim A Fort Worth Worthbanker Vorthbanker
banker last week offered to advance him
10000 if he would nve hve him a half interest interestTyson InterestTyson
Tyson rejected time proposition propositionTHEFT propositionTHEFT
THEFT I IX THE HOLLAD HOUSE HOlSEJewell HOUSEJewels
Jewels Worth Several Hundred Dollar DollarStolen DollarsStolen
Stolen From tin GIbson GlbionIt
It was learned yesterday that several severalhundred severalhundred
hundred dollars worth of jewelry was wasstolen wasstolen
stolen on Sunday night last from the Hol Holland Holland ¬
land House The Jewelry belonged to Mr MrRichardson MnRichardson
Richardson Gibson of Lexington Ky Kywhose Kywhose
whose husband Is a sun of the late United UnitedStatus UnitedStates
Status Senator Gibson of Louisiana He Heand Heand
and his wife were out when their room was wasentered wasentered
entered and the Jewelry stolen stolenThe stolenTime
The jewelry wan worth several hundred hundreddollar hundreddollars
dollar said Manager harriman lost night nightbut nightbut
but will not reach 1000 Mrs Gibson is isnow isnow
now with friends In this city Mr Gibstri Gibstriis CJIbs1n
is in Lexington LexingtonPhilip LexingtonPhilip
Philip IJyliigxtoni Summer Hoiur Ilofl Burned tlurnrdMORBIBTOWN BurnedMominlerowN
MORBIBTOWN N J May 2 2Fire Fire com completely cornpletely ¬
pletely destroyed the fine residence of ofPhilip ofPhilip
Philip Livingston on Midlson avenue this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon The house was occupied by byEvan byEvan
Evan Thomas and family but Mr Living Livingston Livingston ¬
ston who U at present in his Now York Yorkhomo Yorkhome
homo wan expected to return on May 7 7Mont 7Most
Mont of the household furnishings were werosaved weresaved
saved The loss Is estimated at 30000nlfts 30000 30000Swift
Swift nlfts Estate Valued at ixooomm ixooommCHICAGO iooooooCHICAGO
CHICAGO May 2 2Letters Letters testamentary testamentarywere
were granted today by Judge Cutting Cuttingto
to the administrators of the Guetavua GuetavuaSwift GustavusSwift
Swift estate The will provides that the theestate theestate
estate shall not be divided within ten years yearsnor yearsnor
nor later than twenty years The estate estateIs
Is valued at 12000000 112ooooooutoniohilei 12000000Automobile
Automobile Shut Out or Suffolk Vi Vi8unoiK SiHIYroIIc
8unoiK Va May 2 2The Tlio Town ro n Oiuncll Oiunclllast CurmclIlast
last night prohibited the use on Suffolks SuffolksKtreetH Suffolksdtrets
KtreetH of automobiles or other vehicles vehiclespropelled I Ipropelled
propelled by strain ganoleio or electricity electricitywhich I Iwhich
which make noise sufficient to frighten frightenhioises I IDon
hioises Automobile accidents caused the theordinance
ordinance ordinanceDoes
Don Ror Cofhlan Wl WIsh h to l Ited l Again AgainBrrrK AgaIiillrrra
BrrrK Mon May 2 lines Coghlan time thoactreiw timeactress
actress U suing John T Sullivan an actor actorfor actorfor
for divorce In ordir It Is reported that thatshe thatshe
she may marry a rich Montana mining miningman rnln1n rnln1niimamt
man and pulltielaa politf laa
PRIEST HELDFORAliERI HELDFORAliERItCUStI
ACCUSED OF o KILLISO THESISftiR THESISftiROF TIlE 51St R ROF
OF A IIROTIIER PRIEST PRIESTBloodhoundi PRiESTBloodhounds
Bloodhounds PUy Pls a Part In n time Arrert of ofFather ofEsther
Father Waller or Toledo for th thMurder Ihi IhiMurder
Murder of Mlw tli Ilrlehlln or l eraln Ioratniii eralnIn
In the Parsonage or Her Brother BrotherLORAIN BrotherLoaAIw
LORAIN Ohio May 3 2Thtn Tho Rev Father FatherFerdinand FatherFerdInand
Ferdinand Walscr pastor of the Cathollo CatholloChurch CatitolloCimurcim
Church of the Sacred Heart in Toledo Toledowas Toledowas
was arrested hero this morning on ibo ibocharge thecharge
charge of having murdered Mies Agatha AgathaRelchlln AgathaRoiclille
Relchlln sister of Father Fat her Rclchlin In her herroom mer merroom
room at the Cathollo parsonage here on onThursday onThursday
Thursday night Crowds began to gather gatherwhen gatherwhenthe
when whenthe the news was spread and it itwasteared itwastearedtimi was feared fearedthat
that Father Walser would bo lynched lynchedHo
Ho was hurried into an tlectrin car and andtaken andtaken
taken to the county jail in Klyria He Heprotested Hoprotested
protested his Innocence hero and after h harrived he hearrived
arrived in Elyria and said thateverything thateverythingwould that everything k kWOtmii
would turn out all right In tlKniid tlKniidProsecutor tie end endIrosecutor
Prosecutor Stroup and and Mayor King de decided declded ¬
cided to take this stop as a means of pro protection protection ¬
tection to the priest and also b beenuu cnu o of ofthe oftime
the action of bloodhounds The dogs dogsIn ilogsin
In charge of S I L Hlckman a dog fancier fancierof
of Fort Wayne led arrived hero hem on n the theiir
115 A M train and were taken aVonoo aVonooto at once onceto
to the parsonage whore Miss Itclohlln met mether meether
her death at the hands of the assassin assassinThe assassinTime
The dogs were taken to the ladder which whichwan whichwas
wan leaning against time house with which whichIt
It will b bet alleged the murderer gained gainedentrance gainedentrance
entrance to the hous < > They failed to toget ut utget
get the scent The dogs were taken to totho totime
time murdered girls room and passed back backward ¬ p pward
ward and forward many times between betweenthis I Ithim
this room and the ono occupied by Father FatherWalser FatherWalter
Walter They finally jumped upon the thebed thebed
bed and literally lore It to pieces piecesFather pleecsFather
Father Walser had previously boe boetaken Iaow Iaowtaken
taken to St Josephs a Hospital and when whentaken whentaken
taken to the street the hounds ran up the thnstreet thestreetas
street streetas as far farm as the hospital Father FatherWalber FatherWalberand Walter Walterand
and Coslmlr Rulchlln brother of the dead deadwomen deadwomen
women had been drinking on the night nightof
of the murder Ilelchlin got whiskey at ata f fa
a saloon after the murder and before it itwas Itwas
was reported to the police policeFather polleeFather
Father Relchlin and Casimlr Reichlln Reichllnboth Relchlinboth
both say Father Walser is innocent while whllsthe j
the police think ju just t the contrary A Apoet Apost
poet mortem examination showed that the thedead timedead
dead woman had not been assaulted aetaultedMiss assaultedMbs
Miss Relchlin was beaten to death with withA
A large stone her skull having been beencrushed a acrushed
crushed crushedFETE crushedFETE
FETE HURTS A 4 CAT GAME GAMEflW G4MEunit
unit flW Avnoo rer Yours Yelled Eleventh EleventhAvenue EleventhAtenue
Avenue Youngsters YonngiteniA
A tOte yesterday at Eugene GlaenaerV GlaenaerVItalian Glasnwir GlasnwirItalian
Italian Gardens at Twentyfirst street streetand strestand
and the North River netted 1000 for the theSummer theStimmer
Summer Home of theFrenoh the French Day Nursery NurseryIt
It also interrupted an Interesting garnet garnetof 1 1of
of oat O that Eleventh avenue boys boyswer were wereplaying d dpIaing
playing i i 4 4roam
From roam lively curiosIty < mrto ity1thev th enUaMMt9f rptbw4ofMr
Mr Glaenzers longshore neighbors ass naachanged asschanged
changed to resentment Stucco and andtuckup andstuckui
tuckup je I the criticism passed on tho thofete tli tlifete
fete in the blacksmiths shop opposite the thegardens thegardens
gardens gardensThe
The little girls on the sidewalk refused refusedyesterday refusedyesterday
yesterday to waltz to tho strains of the thsthree thethree
three violins cello and piano which withlh withlhdoors i idoors
doors amused the charitableminded And Andwhile Andwhile
while the patrons of the fete who paid 13 13each 3 3each
each to get infished for prizes at a quarter quartera j ja
a fish in a sixteenth century basin a dozen dozenyoungsters dozenyoungsters
youngsters found a lot of trouble in their theireffort theireffort
effort to bat and catch a stick of wood In Inthe Intime
the roadway because of the landaus and andvictorias andviotorias
victorias which invaded tholr thmeirdomaln thmeirdomalnTime domain domainThe
The fishing well was presided over by
Miss Lulu Orau and Mrs Paul Fuller Mrs MrsJ
J Herbert Johnston Mrs Charles Mon Montant Monthat
that and Mrs Noel served tea A Punch Punchand Punchand
and Judy show and a lightning sketch sketchartist sketchartist
artist performed to incongruous surround surroundings ¬ I Iings
ings in the seventeenth century chapel ohapnlupstairs chapelupstairs
upstairs Ao time charity was French Frenchevery Frenchevery
every one who could spoke in that lan language Ianguago ¬
guage guageFift u
Fift avnoo fer yours yelled the thacat thescat
scat cat players as the carriages began to toroll toroll
roll eastward again againTHE againTIlL
THE S V V LVCKEffllACH HIVE lIj1FV UP UPAgent UPAgents
Agent or the OllCarrylnn SteamshIp HtramihlpThink SteamshIpThink
Think She Has Poumlerrd PoumlerrdNORFOLK P PNonrour
NORFOLK Va a May 2 2Capt Capt H H Wil Williamson Willianison ¬
liamson agent here for the Luckenbach LuckenbachSteamship LuckenbachSteamship
Steamship Company said today that all allhopo j jhope
hope for the mining steamer S V Lucken Luckenbach Luckenbach ¬
bach has now been abandoned The Leek Luokenbach a aemmbacit
enbach an oilcarrying steamer loft Port PortArthur IortArthur
Arthur Tex on March 26 for Philadelphia Philadelphiaand 1 a
and ha has not be been n heard from Capt Wil Williamson WIlIiarnson ¬
liamson think that the Ltickcnbaoh found foundered foundered ¬
ered and that the crew were > all lost unless unlesssome unlessMotIle
some passing vessel picked them up and andhas andimas
has carried thorn thorntoarmoutoftlmewaypOrt thorntoarmoutoftlmewaypOrtTIme to an outoftheway port portThe
The S V Luckenbach was originally th thBritish the at
British Btoainshlp Asphodel running in inthn Liitime
time Australian trade She became th thAmerican the theAmerican
American freighter Norfolk and recently recentlywas
was converted Into an oilcarrier She had hada
a crew of twontyflve men Her owners ownersLuokenbach ownersLuolrermhach
Luokenbach Bros of this city have not notabandoned u uabandoned
abandoned hope for the safety of her crew crewbut crewbut
but they think the ship is lost She meas measured meaeured ¬
ured 2674 tons and was 310 feet long and andbuilt andbuilt
built at Glasgow in 1800 1800OFFICIAL 10OFFICIAL
OFFICIAL THAW RULLETW RULLETWNothing JWLLETIVNothing
Nothing to Bo With the Weather WcatherItta WcatherIttaAbout IPs IPsAbout
About Yarmouths Marriage MarriageA
A friend of Henry Thaw whose refusal refusalto
to give his sister now Lady Yarmouth Yarmouthaway Yarmouthaway
away at the recent wedding has been beenmuch beennmucb
much commented upon said yesterday that thatthe t tthe
the reason for Mr Thaws action was that thathe thatlie
he disapproved of the provision of the trust trustdeed 3 v vdeed
deed which permitted about oneeighth of ofhis ofhis
his sisters estate exclusive of her valuable valuableretains c ccoke
coke rlgimts to Le settled although eim eimretains
retains all Income Mr Thaw had objected objectedstrenuously k kstrenuously
strenuously to any arrangement which whichdid tj
did not leave his sisters entire estate in inher inher
her solo control and in the end very little littleIndeed littleindeed
Indeed of the Countess absolute Indepen Independence indepesidance ¬
dance was sacrificed sacrificedJ
J C Thaw gave his sister away Henry HenryThaw a aThaw
Thaw took his brothers place as usher usherThis usimerflmis
This explains the change of places and andalso andalso
also the delay before the wedding and andmay andmay
may IKJ regarded as strictly official officialRIVAL
e
RIVAL LOVERS FIGhT FWIITOne FIGhTOne
One or Them Stabbed With a Penknife PenknifeThe Penknifelime
The Other U Mining MiningTwo MIssingTwosuitors
Two Twosuitors suitors for the hand of Mary Puroell Puroella
a chambermaid In tIme Alpine a apartment apartmentat > artmont artmontat
at Broadway and Thirtythird street streetthe 4 4fought
fought yesterday in time engine morn oI i itime
the building Patrick McDonald the porter porterof I Iof
of time Alpine and John Murtha who runs runsan runsan
an elevator in a downtown office building buildingwore I Iwere
wore time fighters fightersMurtha I i iMurthawent
Murtha Murthawent wont to see Mary jverdny yetcrtlaavaftpr after afternoon ¬ J Jnoon
noon and found that McDonald cDoiaakl was making makinggreat I Igreat
great strides In Marys affections The two twomen twomen
men met in the engine room and lx began > gan to tofleM I
fleM Murthu got a bad rut under the tlinchin thechin
chin apparently with a penknife He wan wanfound a afound
found outside the building covered with withblood m mblood
blood and was wassemmi wnl to tlio thieNework Now York Hospital HospitalHe 4 r rHe
He told the police mliee of site Went T1ilrtl rimliietim tli tlitrrflt 1 1itrrst
trrflt station what CHUKW catmssl tint tim row and andthey andthey
they are looking for McDinalcl McDinalclPoland MclmnalclPoland
Poland Poland Poland PolandIoUil rolsadlb rolsadlbloIat
IoUil Vattr lir flret l aniuug natures randka randkaid
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