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llflnco changed tlio tIi baby jib lopunll for forreaching a areaohlng aro3chlng <
reaching Jib lonnnll noel nlio lio laid hr tour cnuroto tourto cnurfto
to head the Colmnblu off that t1ia yacht hold holdIng holdInrmoro liokiV
V Ing Inrmoro ln more on tho wind than tho now bon bonTlio bootTho IOBtTlio
Tlio Columbia sent nt up mi Intermediate IlIlorrnl < llIle jl jltopaall Jib Jibtop Jibtogf4aIL
topaall top ltll which hlch wan wa II smaller will than thn thncarried Ihnt IhntMmed thnotrr1eci
carried by the Nollarioa Tho lUllnnci lUllnncihad IkJianCfV wlnnCflhad
V had her sheet al Ct trimmed In mthnr flat whll whllthe whUthe whilcithe
the Columbias boom was 1111 CHMX ccsocl 111 < < 1 off to port portAbout portAbout portAbout
About 43 435 they drew nlxuim nrpirnter nrpirnterColumbias Rfpllrnleodbl ciparntediy
bl about nn eighth of a milo and then the thot theColumbias
Columbias t < Jumbla sheet wn trimmed < lln In nnd both botlhooded bothhooded bothV bothheaded
hooded for Ibid Spring Point with tin tinReliance thoReliance theReliance
V Reliance In tho w IIlatlwr ith T position pOft lion Th Thbig The Thobig Thebig <
big mil nll spread of tho Hpllince towerec towerecabove towered toweredV < l labOve
V above that of tho older boat nnd end It wainxpocted was WIUflXpooted wasV wasexpected
V V expected that aho ho would soon draw by h th thchampion the thochampion thechampion
champion nnd tnko tnk the load rll < l Thn Colunr Colunrbla Columbia Colurnbla
bla however in spite of lier flapping Balls Ballswan KRUllwall sailswa
wan wa sailing 111l1n fast and HKI hn began to fore forereach forereBoh forereach >
reach on tho Reliance Slowl Slowly but butlluroly butllurolyho utiroly utirolycho suroiyshe
she ho drew ahead and and limn CVipt apt Ilnrr gave gaven
n good full tn tho t he Kollanco and the now nowyacht now1chtlucr newyacht
yacht 1chtlucr lucrfla Increasing 1t1lng lng her arr Npwl reached down downon doVIIon
on tho older hoot The Columbia how however howeer however ¬
ever was moving fnst ro t enough enou h to hold her heiposition heri herposition
i position and the Itollanco hnd to pas pasastern pasAastern > A Aastern
astern of her In the fow fn minutes they thoywere theywere theywere
were reaching It seemed IffmtXlthat that the Columbia Columbiamore Columbiamore Columbiamore
more than held her own with the new yacht yachtand yRchtand yachtand
and the Reliance bore off in order to allow allowthe allowthe allowthe
the Columbia to take the lead and the theweather theweathor theweather
weather position when the two hauled on onthe onthe onthe
the wind windAt windAt windAt
At 447 tho Columbia hauled close on onthe onthe onthe
the wind and two minutes later took the theport thoport theport
port tack at the name time running down downher downher downher
her Jib Jibtpsali topsail Tho Reliance took in her herJib herjib herjib
Jib topsail toP84il and tacked with tho Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand ColumbiaV
V and the two yachts were then heading to touance tohe tothe
he west with the Columbia about an eighth eighthof
of a mile on tho weather bow of the R RI Re ReIiance
I uance The wind Ind was steady and of about aboutsix about8fx aboutsix
I six knots strength strengthFrom 8trengthFrom etrwgthFrom
From THE T SUN tug the C P Raymond RaymondIt RTond RTondI
I It it looked loked as 1 if the Reliance RUnnc was w slowly slowlypulling low1ypulling
J pulling pllg through the loo Ir of the Columbia Columbiabut Columbiabt columbiabut
but bt it i was W8 seen sn later that while whill she Ihe was W8 wa foot footIng fot fotig footlag
lag ig faster fatr she was W aa not holding so o high highthe as asthe asthe
the Columbia Columbia The crews crws on both hth yachts yachtswere rachtwr yachtswere
were wr gathered gtheld along alon the theather weather side of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the boats bt At 457 the Columbia went on ontha onte onthe
the te port rt tack and headed htded up Hempstead HempsteadHarbor lemptead lempteadHabr IIempteadHarbor
Harbor Habr The Te Reliance RURno tacked tackfd two minutes minuteslater minuteslter mlnute8later
later lter and was wa then dead in the wake of the thnColumbia thoClumbla theCoiumbla
Columbia Clumbla and both yachts yachtl had tho wind windclear windcYea windclear
clear cYea and were wer sailing sing under similar simiar con conditions cn cndton condlltion ¬
ditions dton The Te Columbia then forced forgd ahead aheadIt ahed ahedIt
It la f hard ha to say sy Just how much she gained gainedbut ganed ganedbt gainedbut
but bt when she he luffed at 502 which was WI a asignal amg aaignal
signal that the brush brsh was over she Ihe had hadconsiderably hadctderblT hadconldorably
mg considerably ctderblT Increawd Incrald the piece piec of water waterthat watfr watfrf waterthat
f that separated the two yachts yaht8 The wind windward windwar windward ¬
ward war sprate work had lasted Iltod just thirteen thirten minutes minutesThe minutesv minutesThe
v The Te Columbia Clumbia then thEn went ent to her moorings mooringsRio mooringsThe
Rio To Reliance Relano wore and reached lachcd across acrss the theSound theSud theSound
Sound Sud and picked picke up her moorings moorngs off offPremium offPremium
Premium Pmum Point at 530 oclock Tho Con Constitution Cone Conatitutlon ¬ I
stitution rtutlon after she got out Olt in the th Sound Soundreached Sund Sundrhe Soundreached
e reached rhe about for a short time tme and then thenreturned thenrtured thenreturned
returned rtured to Glen Cove ove Her sails MlR fit ft better betterthan bottertha betterthan
than tha those thos of the other 90footere 90footereSBAMROCK Ofootr Ofootri 90footersSHAMROCK
Kept J pt In I Port by b Bad Badethtr Weather fleathero No o Alteration Alterationtn Alterton AltertonISal AlterationSalt
I tn ISal Sail Plan PlanSpecial Plana
a Special Sp ca Cable Dilpotth DupaUl to THE TB SON SONGounocKMajr 51N 51NOtOcJn SuflGomioczjay
GounocKMajr OtOcJn 5 SOwing Owing to the continued continuedcold cntnue I I
0 cold and unfavorable1 uriffvo ti bl weather the trial trialof trIl trIlat trialof
< of the Shamrock Sbfo Shan qok 1II set for today toa was wasabandoned waaabdone wasabandoned
abandoned abdone Sir SlrThoms SIrThomaa Thomas Lipton and De Designer Desiger Deiilgnor ¬
signer siger Fifewhohad Fiew1 FIfeb had ad been ben aboard abrd the challenger chal duilenger challenger ¬
lenger returned retued to Dumbarton In a a motor motorgo motorcr motorcar
cr car Ii h Tloma8 Tliothae says the challenger wil will willgo
go out for a trial tral on the first lTt good day dayThe da daTe dayV
V V The Te headquarters hedquarers will wi be at lt Rothesay RothesayBay Rothey RotheyBy RotheeayBay
< Bay By during the trials trialsIt trialsI trialsIt
It I Is i a Itat stated on good go authority authort that the thenew thenew thei
i new mast m8t of the Shamrock III II is II of the same samelength Mmei samelength
i length lenlh as a the one destroyed dEtrore in the recent recentaccident rnt rntaccfdent recentaccident
accident but Is several Ecerl hundredweight hundredweightheavier hudreweight hudreweighthever hundredweightheavier
heavier hever The sail Iai plan plnIR Is the name me as aE before beforeJTAT beforeJ beforeWANT
Property Popry Owner O n There Tff Cant Understand UnderstandWest lnrrntand lnrrntandt UnderstandV
V West t End EfAsoclatons Associations Attitude AttitudeProperty tttltudePropertynwners tltlde tltldePpry
Property Ppry Propertynwners Downerson owers on on Eightysixth ElghtYflxth street streetwho 8treett streetwho
t who have been fighting fgltrg tho Interurban Interurbancompanys Jntemrbancmpnya InterarbanI
I companys cmpnya plan of extending Its Is Eighty Eightysixth Eightysixth Ighty Ightysixh
sixth sixh street sret crosstqwn coMtow crosatown line ln from fromC Central CentralPark CentralPark < ntra1 ntra1Pk
Park Pk Westfo West RlveVslde RI flive r rslde lde Drive expressed expressedsurprise expresdlurlse expressedsurprise
surprise lurlse yesterday ye ferd Y aC Itthf aitbe the action acton of the th West WestEnd Welt WeltEd WestEnd
End Ed Association AMlatlon In n coming cmlnl out in favor fa vor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the plan at ameoting ainetng a eetfng on Monday evening eveningAccordingfo Evenlng EvenlngAccrdlngt eveningAccordingid
Accordingfo Accrdlngt the property propr owners on onEightysixth onV I Ir
V Eightysixth street between Central Park ParkWest ParkWest I IWet
r Egtya1tn srEt btween
West Wet and Amsterdam msterdm avenue whose whoR con consenta conaente
senta lnts the company empnr has ha tried trod in vain nln to toobtain toobtain I
1 obtain obtin theassociation the a8oiation essociatkn does nl not represent representthem reprenti representthem
i them In the matter mter Instead of having havingchanged havingchanged I Ie
changed e their thei attitude atitude all 11 allproperty property owners ownersin ewnel ownersin
in the blocks b1o in question are as fS firmly fr1y op opposed opposedtothbplanneerer ¬
posed posedtothbplanneerer posedtothbplanneererV d to the thep1anna plan ns ft per perTe ver verThe
V p The Te West Wes End Association Atoclnton had refused refusedto reuld reuldto
to favor favr the railroads rairods plan until uti Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight Mondaynight
night At that meeting meetn some Iome forty now nowmembers newmambr
4 members mambr were werf added addednono none of them living livingin Ivnf
in Eightysixth Eghtyalxth street streetand and by a 1 vote of
41 4 to 28 the report report of a 1 committee commite favoring favoringthe
1 the plan wag w reprt adopted This Tl report con contained contamed on ontied ¬
tied tamed a a suggestion sugeston In favor of a subway subwaythrough subwnythough subwaythrough
through though the two blocks blockl the railroad riroa com company compny cornpany ¬
pany it wassaidhavingpractlcallyngrcecl wassaidhavingpractlcallyngrceclto W wee 81ld said hl having ving practicaly practicallyngreed practicallyngreedVV nKreec i ito
VV to pny Q undertake undsrakIBch undertakeauch such a scheme sheme If the property propertyowners
proprty proprtyt
t owners ower wouldcagree wouldcagreeJohn wouldragC
I John Flanigin Fanlg1n ono of the property propertyowners propertyowners
1 owners ower said sid lost II at night nlpht in reference to the theaction theacton theaction
action acton of the association associationThis llciton llcitonTa associationThis
This Ta action has not altered Ilered our feeling feelng
In the least and does not affect ect matters mattersone matt era I II
4 I one Ofl way ay or tim other We have hlvl on asso1 asso1elation ass assV
V elation catlon ourselves oUfln ourselTcsand and not a I sin Ilnl1 single lo property propertyowner propry propryower propettyowner
owner ower I bellqvei blqv8nss has given his consent otmwntThis consentThls n nt
This Tsltrt1Sovrntycomlstrc streetis street4sIiIScvrntvecond lil v Sevpnlvseeoml street streeta t 1
a 8 parkway and ondVcontrol1ed1 nd controlled nroIN1 by b the Park ParkDepartment ParkV I
V Department Deparment prkway It hires iras made BO J s by or Legisla Legislative I Leglaintlvc lln ¬
tive enactment enctmnt pomrc 1m years yearlJo ago and nd people pooplowho pople poplewho peoplewho I
who bought bught property profrty on this street slncn slncnpaid sinceA I Ipid
A paid pid high prices for if i on the t 10 understanding understandingthat unc rlhmdlnK rlhmdlnKtht
V f that tht It was ws restricted rlstrlcted rs rf a parlcwriy pltu and an no notracks notracks
tracks trak could culd over bo b laid here horrToalloweven here hereToaUowovena hereV I
V Toalloweven To allow even a subway ubwaywou1ddepmclate would depreciate depreciatethe I If
f the value vlue of our property at once oncp would wouldbring wouldbrlngobjectionahleerowdssnd i ibngobjetonablerrwdund
bring brlngobjectionahleerowdssnd objectionable proprt rrcwdssnd would make makethese makethee nwkutheee
bngobjetonablerrwdund these thee blocks what those Ihol on n the East Est Side Sidnare Sidear SideV
V are ar The Te people poplo who ho as ni members membr of the theWest tl theWest
West Wes End Association Allton voted to favor flor this thisplan thlai
i V plan are ar in many cases CIf residents elsewhere elsewherewho elswhere elswherewho elsewherewho
who are ar afraid arnldlhe afrnfdtlie the company cmpn will w1 try tr to go gothrough gothugh gothrough
through thugh their streets streetsIt stretl
e It I was said sid last night that the company companyIV
has hl so 8 far failedto faie to get tho consent clnt of the thePark thePark thePark
Park Commissioner Conlliuler and that his hlRcoMnt consent consentmust consentmust I
must be b obtained o lned as well ne that of n ma majority maJorty maV ¬
mu el
IV V jority Jorty of the1 th property owners ownerl The 10 Com Commissioner Cm Cmilonrlt Cornmissioner ¬
missioner ilonrlt it was wa proprty said sid had decided decded that the thelatter thelater thelatter
latter later must mut determine deterine the matter matterIMMIGRANTS mnter mnter11IORS matterV matterlVMIGR4X7S
his Te Irish Irlh CJrla Gr1iVl1e iii Who 10 Vl1e Come In Increasing IncreasingNumben IncrealnsNumbn increasingNumbers
Numbers Numbn Have la Other View ViewThe ViewsV Ie IeTe
V The Te Celtic C1loinvlon Celticlnvdaion invasion familiar famiar In I remote remoteyears rmote remoteyears I
years rea has hal started 5t ed again Among Aong the thet thelcx
1800 t immigrants Imml who wh arrived arved yesterday yesterdayby i ithe
V by the White Wte Star liner lner Cymric Crio from Liver Liverpool Lver Lverpl Liverr
r pool pl i and Queenetown QueEtown were 800 8 lighteyed lighteyedIrish lghtEye lighteyedit
it Irish IhlNand lapses Iassesand and lads IldA Nearly NIarl1 all the girls girlsare girlsI girlsC
C are I here to t rneut lo relatives lal heA and friends frend who whohave wh whohave
have hve undertaken Wderakentoprovdo toprovido for them themOnly themOny themV
V Only Ony a a few fe will w1 become hec > me hcm ho house e servants servantsFather srvntI servantsFather
Father of the Mission of Our
Henry Henr Henryof Milon Lady Ladyof Ldy Ldyotthe Ltdyof
of otthe the Rosary RMr In Btato State Htreet has ha put out outa outasig
t a asig sign in front fr It of tho mission ml alon saying that thatnone tht thtDne thatnone
none Dne of the Irish Irh immigrant imlgrnt Mrng girls gil there therecan therac theren
can c n be b hired as a fcenant fcenantAbout btvant btvantAbut ervantAbout
About Abut 25 2 2 percent p r cnt cent more of YOWg young Irish Irishtwo Ih Irisht
t S Imlgnl Inimigranta pr 1a bavelanded v 1a nde here wth withinthe tbe last lasttwo lasttwo
two months month thanwere tha than werelnded cre landed in the same sameperiod sameperiod me mepro
period pro last lat yer yerCek year yearCheck yearCheek
Check Cek fo fl > Sergt 81 Gllhoolya Glhooi1 Widow WhtowThere Widowf ldnv ldnvTsre
f There Tsre wasa W8a story 9r < pld in the Tenderloin Tenderloinlat Tenderoin Tenderoinlut
V lat night totho totbeect effect that tht before bfor Inspector InspectorLi
Li r Thompson TomJn was warlr retired he had h the InsPor Uves Uve of ofc
c j his hl staff sta insured nlue and ad that that he showed thowedyelter thowedyelterday yester yesterday yceterS ¬ I
S S day a certified crif oertiedoheck check dk for tZOOO 10 2000 whioh whiohe he said saidWM wdWM
V WM for the widow of Sergt Gilhooly who whowas whowa whol
l was wa killed kie lrjthobnawlivthe lLh br Srg ln the Giholy Lenox Lmox Hotel Hotelat Hotelat
at Sixth avenue avund > and Third streeton Satur SaturThompsona I
day nght nightV sr Sergt t liIhi Iholy was onc once of ofompol ofI
I Thompsona 1 ompol st stTwo sta staTo MaXT MaXTTwo Wa
Two To Lake Lk jrinrirpcsaukfw nr uf Steamer 8t amen l L Lost LostTiza rt rtTi
Ti Tux WEIRS N H 1 May 5 5Just Just ust a as the theseason thun theIs
season ° n is l about abut to open opn on Lake Lke Winne Winner Wlnneluke Winneposaukee
luke posaukee r aukeo the fleet nftortemer flPCtofseamers ofrteemers suffers lulm by the
loss 10 of two4 two the Eagle Eglo and Ella Ela F Tho To ThoV
V Eagle Eagleveying Fge on one a of tho elA8tt larg4et pOseflger nger bOta boats on
the Ike lake w wts bure burnd at Ln Iing bland Sun
1 dl aYhngb lay niht ha eJt1 Ella F of Lke Lakeport tunk sunk sunkV
V jfl n t the I lake yeicterclay afternoon whilo con
laeJry If rnn whe cn
veying a ato apany of flenen fkllermen from tid plaoe
veytng to the e fishing InC camp cap at Breezy BrzT fm Island Ian Ianw WandSC th pl
t SC V
Lft Lt Three Tr e noun nOln With lth the thl Pig P In ft Ht HtLords lt ltlmla 1 1Louis
Lords Cattle Cate YsnlMB Varl145 a Day PI for forFreUon I IFraction a aErsetlon
Fraction FreUon of a Boom Roo0lell RoomMeals Mesli Extra ExtraSome Extr ExtrSme ExtraSome
Some Sme of the civilians cvinO who went ent to St StLouis BtJull StLouis
Louis with wih Gov Odells Od IR 150000 10 0O00 junket Junkclstraggled junketstrnKled Junketstraggled
straggled Into town last night IIKht nnd thcjhad they theyhad theyhad
had a lot to say IY Most of them themdocJared themdocJaredSt declared declaredthat declaredI
I that St Louis L18 was IS nil ni right 1ft I the mom main mainnnl mainand
1 and nnl possibly pl IJly might bo b Improved within wihi t a anumber anumber
1 number of months but that the th arrange arrangements arang arangI arrangemeats ¬
outside out Aide visitors arc arcnot arenot
I meats mentl for receiving rchlng 18ior ar arIOt
not IOt yet quite qulnprfect qulnprfectOne perfect perfectOne perfectOne
One of Oov Odells Odele party prty wild There Therewas Tere TerewaK Therewas
Louis last lastweek laatweek lastweak
was no use for Governors GovemoT lit A Lu
week Governors Gomor were were no more mor account accountthan acunt acuntIhan accountthan
than shoe sho strings The only folks folkl who whoreceived whor whoreceived
received r lved any strgl consideration cnsideraton were wer the Presi President Psi Psident President ¬
dent of the United Unit States 8Ial 1 and Mr Clove Cleveland Ceve Ceveland Cloveland ¬
land and the diplomatic diplomatc corps corpsWhy cr corpsWhy
Why continued cntinue this member membr of the theGovernors theGovornorl theGovernors
Governors Govornorl party p ry our visit to St Louis Loulaand Luis Luisand Louisand
members of the theGovernors theGovemora theGovernors
and there ther wore wtre fortythree forythr member
Governors group was wal like lke going in Feb February Febrr Febmary ¬
mary rr to the north norh woods wo8 of Kew le cw York YorkState YorkStatfln YorkState
State Statfln in patent ptent leather lether shoes shoe pink pik pajamas pajamaHstraw pjlmlR pjlmlRstrw pajamasstraw
straw strw hats bta and Ind a small bottle botl of whiskey whiskeyand whllkey whllkeyand whiskeyand
and no shelter shelterWhen Iheler IhelerWhen shelterWhen
When the Governors train trln continued continuedthis contnue continuedthis
arrived in inSt InSt inSt
this interesting Interetng gentleman genteman arvPI
St Ixjuis we were ver shunted fhWte Into a cattle cattleyard catte catteyard cattleyard
yard between btwen pigs and beeves bVe and refrig refrigerator refrlgerlor ref rig rigerator ¬
erator erlor cars cr and Ind there we were wer allowed alowe to toremain 10rmain toremain
remain rmain for three thre hours hour before bfore anybody anybodycame anbO anybodycame
came cme near nlr us or before we could get near nearanybody nor noranyboy nearanybody
anybody anyboy else We are not blaming blamln ex exGovernor e cxGovernor
Governor Francis Frncis for this tils little ltle mishap mishapbut mishapbut I Ibut
but It was hot and dusty and nasty and the theodors theodors i iodors
odors of that cattle catte yard will wl remain with withBorne withsome Ith Ithsomf
Borne somf of us a forever foreverThen foreverThen foreverThen
Then continued this eminent states statesman atll eta tea teaman es esman ¬
man somebody contnued told us that we could couldhave cOlld cOlldhave couldhave
have headquarters headquarers In a certain hotel which whichin
in New NEw York city would cern be b considered considere a atwodollaraday atwodolaraday atwodoliaraday
twodollaraday twodolaraday cty affair and the Governor Governorfirst Oovernorflt Governorfirst
first was W put up there and he was wa com compelled cornpelled ¬
pelled flt to take a little room rom over the kitchen kitchenBut kichen kichenBut kitchenBut
But ple this later on ltte was W changed chan BO 10 that he hehad hehld hehad
had hld a couple cuple of rooms roms and a bath bth and we wewere wewer wewere
were wer all glad to have the Governor fixed fixedn fxe
In in n better bttr al shape However he subse subsequently aubs subeequently ¬
quently changed to another hotel whloh whiohcharged whlohchargo whlohcharged
charged chargo quenty ITS 17 7 a day and he paid it out of ofbla ofblaown his hisown hisown I
own pocket pocketBut
But Blt pcket for us common cmmon ordinary states statesmen st4ts st4tsmen stteamen ¬
men continued cntinue the spokesman rpkesman ornar why it itwas Itwa itwas I
was wa funny fWny the way we were wfre received reive Sev Seventeen Sv Sventen 5eventeen ¬
enteen enten of us tl were put In two rooms rms nine in inone Inone inone I
one and eight in another and for each ech room roomwe roomwe roomwe
we paid pid 15 45 a day aoter without wthout food fo and this thismind ths thsmC thismind
mind mC you at a hotel which would be b ex expensive e epnslvo cxpensive ¬
pensive on the Bowery Ber at K 2 a day for a asingle asingle
single 8nKIe pnslvo room rm Wo protested and we kicked kickedof klok kickedhard
hard and we raised froteste hob but the proprieur proprietor proprietorof
of the hotel merely rlse gri grithings irinned rine and sd said that thatthlns thatthings
things were coming cmig his way ay at the moment momentSome momentSome momentSome
Some of the committee cmmitte connected cnneted with wth the theSt theSt theSt
St Louis fair told us u that the merchants merchantsof
of St St Louis Lus purchase purch8 anywhere anyhere from frm a half halfn
n million milon to a I million mllIn dollars dolal worth of goods goodsfrom gos gosfrom goodsfrom
from New York Yorkcityeveryyear city ctyeery every year yer and that tho thoNew thoNev theNew
New Yorkers should shouJdrecprocate shouJdrecprocateWe reciprocate reciprocateWe
We were wer ready read to reciprocate reiproate even eventhough eventhough I Ithough
though we were wer merely merly statesmen statcmen and Had Hadactions Hadnothing hadnothing
nothing to do with the commercal commercial traI trans transactions
actions between btwen St Louis and New ew York Yorkcity Yorkcit Yorkcity
city cit acton8 but I tell teljou you it was W n 1 miserable mierable time timefrom tie tiefrom timefrom
from start to finish finishHere fnish fnishHem finishHere
Here tr wo 0 had appropriated continued continuedtho cntiued cntiuedtho
tho statesman tateRma J50OCO S to have New ew York YorkState YorkStte YorkState
State Stte represented reprente well wel at the St Louis LouisExposition Loul LouisExposition
Exposition and we were wer shunted shwlte into a acattle acatle acattle
cattle Epsiton catle yard between btwen pigs and geese ge and andbeeves andbeve andbeeves
beeves beve and ar sheep shep and ad dust dut and muck muckBut muckBut muckBut
But I suppose its is all al right and that tbt Brother BrotherFrancis BrotherFrncl BrotherFrancis
Francis supps the he Grand High Mogul of the thethe theexpo theexposition
expo exposition Frncl lton wi will remedy the these mater matters when whenthe whenthe
the fair opens for good goodWhy goodWhy
Why opn were wre not goo arrangements nt made for forthe fort forthe
the t gation gationWell reception repon of the angm New York State Stt dele delegation del delegation ¬
Well Wel you see continued cntinue the statesman statesmanwho lttean ltteanhoW statesmanwho
who hoW was on Gov Gv Odells Odel train trn we appro appropriated appropriat appropriated ¬
priated priat the 50000 IO for the Exposition Eplton and andthen andthen andthen
then Brother Roe n and Deacon Deacn Henry Henr HenryAdjutantGeneral
AdjutantGennral AdjuttGnoral of the te State Stte thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that they could culd fix fx up things In pretty good goodshape gO goodshape
shape for us u and we were wer without wtout a ser sergeantatarms F sergeantatarm r rgeantatar
geantatarms geantatar either from the Senate Snat or orfrom orfrom orfrom
from the Assembly osmbly and I Iel tell you we never neverin neverIn neverin
in all al the world missed miMd Garry Garr Ben Benson Bn Bnfn Benson ¬
son so much as 8 we did on this thi expedition expeditionI
fn I am not criticising crtcslng Gen Roe R explton expltonI or Gen GenHenry GenHenr GenHenry
Henry because they believed bleved in the sin sincerity si sincerity ¬
Henr cerity of besul the St Louis 1ulR people ple and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they would take tae care of the Nsw Na York State Statedelegation Statedelegation Statedelegation
delegation as headed hede by the Governor Governorhut Governorbut Governorbut
but occasionally OClonaly a civilian cvlan is competent competentto
comptent comptentto
to give a military mita titan tian a suggestion SUfgeton or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two gye and ad as I have already allady said If Garry GarryBenson Gay GarryBenson i iBaMon
Benson had been in charge of this ex expedition expdilon cxpeclition ¬
pedition we would not have been benahute shunted shuntedroom shuntedInto
pdilon Into a ctloyard cattle yard and we would have had hadbeter hadbetter
better accmmodation accommoatlons than nine in one onerom oneroom
rom room beter and ad eight In another and ad so 1 on and andno ad andso
no 0 on at 15 45 a room in a hotel which would wouldhave wouldhave I Ihae
have been bon mighty lucky to get 2 or 3 3a 3a 3a
a day in Eesex Esx street streetVMS atret atretfSS streetMlS
Dr Gr Grnt Grant nt Prodncm Pronct Them Tem at the Trial Tal of ofDr ofDr ofDr
ROCHESTBB ROCETER May 5 5Miss Miss flss Mary Mr E Barth Barthsuperintendent Brh Brh8uprintendent Barthsuperintendentof
superintendent 8uprintendent of the nurses nues of the River Riverside Rvr Riverside ¬ i iaide
side Hospital Hospitl Buffalo Burao testified testfed at Dr DrKents DrKents I IKent
Kents Kent trial tria this thll afternoon aftrnon She gave K < e the thedates thedat
dat dates when Ethel Dingle came cme to and left leftthehospital leftth leftthOVhO5Pitl I
thehospital th hOlplta1She She said that Miss lIF Dingle Dingleleftthere Dngle Dingleleftthere
leftthere left ther Aug 0Ug 12 12111t last lastDr lastIr I
Dr Lillian Lilan Craig Randall Rndal superintendent superintendentof Iuprintendent Iuprintendentof 1
of Ir the Riverside Rverside Hospital Hospial testified t ltfN that she shefolt shefelt shebit
felt it her duty dutyto to Inform Miss MI Dingles DinglesrelativcM Dlngl Dinglesrelatives s srelatvell
relatives of her ler relations relalon with wth Dr Kent KentDr KentDc I IDr
relatvell Dr George Grant to whom Miss MIA Dingle Dinglewa6 Dngle Dinglowa
wa6 wa engaged engag d was W called aled and anl ordered ny hytho bythe nythe
the defence defenc to produce produc all al the love letters lettersstood leter8 leter8that lettersthat I
that Ethel Dingle had wten written to hm him He Hesto Hestood
stood up and Dnge with ith tears t rolling rolng down his hischeeks hidchek hischeeks
cheeks sto chek made this statement Mr Ramps Rainesthesefare Rnl Rampstheseare II
thesefare letters lettr written wrttn to me by a young youngwoman youngwomlln youngwoman
theere woman who was W very dear der to me and it itis ItIs itis
is with wth a feelingof felng of ver elaine sle that I hand had them themcast tbemover themover
over to you to have them pubUhe published br broad broadcast
cast Ct CtJudge
castJudge Judge Sutherland said sd the letters would wouldnot woud woudnot wouldnot
not bo published unless offered oler In evidence evidenceThe evdeno evidenceThe
0 publle
The letters leter show Ihow un8 that Miss Mi Dinglo had hadgreat hadKrat hadgreat
great Krat affection aeion for the man ma she intended intendedto
to marry
While mnrr Ul John McKay fcKy Kents chum chU was wason WMon wason
on the tht stand Itand It came ce out that tht there ter wan wanto WMto wasto
to bo bl H I double wedding weddng and that Miss MissDingle lfs MissDingle
Dingle Dnglt and Ind Dr Grant Grnt were wer to be b married marriedat
at lt the time tle of the marriage mariage of Mabel Mbl mare Dingle Dingleand Dingleand Dingleand
and lorenzo lrlnz Van Vin Allen AllenMrs Aen AenMr AllenMrs
Mrs Mr Tan Allen Alen has ha since alno e1n died de of a broken brokenheart brokenher brokenheart
heart her because heaul of the disgrace over Ethels Ethelstragic Ethell Ethelstragic
tragic death deathINDIANAS dMthIDINAS deathI1VDL4NAS dga
mere Wee Party Pr Line LDe Were ere Drawn Drw the Re Repnbllcani Re Repnblleans
pnbllcani Won WonMoat oR Mo Moat t of the Victories VictoriesINDUNAPOIJS VictoriesINDZtNAOt1s Iator
INDUNAPOIJS INDI4NAPIo8 Mays May5Cmplete May5COmpIete Complete returns returnsfrom rtrs rtrsfrm returnsfrom
town election In Indiana Indianaconfirm Indianaconfirm
from frm yesterdays yesteraya tow eletlonl Indiaa Indiaacnlrm
confirm cnlrm the earlier earler reports rpr that politics politicscut pltc pltcct politicscut
cut ct little lte figure fgre in the te results rult the majority majorityof mjorityof
of the towns toweletig electing their tir local lol officers officerson ofcer
on questions quetons that did dd not divide dvde the people peopleon pple ppleon
on party lines linesOut Inea IneaOut UneeOut
Out pr of more mor than th 400 4 town tw threefourths threefourthselected thrfourh threefourthselected
elected tickets tcket nominated nominatd by the citltena citltenano ctzns ctznsIrraplv8 citisensirrespective
irrespective of pltc politics ad and In may many ce ceno cases casesno
tickets named namedWhere namedWhere
no opposition tlket were wer
Where Wher opJlltln contests cntest were wer drawn na between betweenthe btwn btwnth betweenthe
th the two parties little ltte Interest Intrst was Wi shown shownand shownand
and light lgt prts votes vt were wer polled polledThe polledThe
The Te Republicans Rpublcs however Pl elected eleote tickets ticketsIn tckel ticketin
In fortyfive towns tow Democrats Demoral In twenty twentythree twentythree
three thr towns and ad the Socialists Silfl in seven sevenns 1en 1entows seventowns
tows towns ns In the foregoing forlolg seventyfive Rventyfve townty town townsparty
party ty lines UnC were wer distinctly dltcly drawn lr4w but neither neitherrty neltbf neitherparty
party p rty ry polled pleayhln polledanything anything like lie a full ful vote voteThe votoTe voteThe
The Te most pronounced prnounc campaigns in any ay ayof anyof
of f the towns were wer made m by cmpln the temperance temperanceople temperancepeople
people < ople ple and ad as a result rult of the vote vt tmprc saloons saloonsill wonl wonlWU saioonawill
WU will ill disappear d1ppr from rm many places p11 where wherehey wher wherethey
hey thr have hv been bn established eb11h J1 for years yearsEati 1 1Etl yearsEale
Eati Etl Luncheon Lnden by Wires el Crave CraveMichael OrneMlehael GrseMichael
Michael Crow ewa a blind blid man who lives tn tnIrd I inThird
Tr Third Ird street Itmt Jersey Je Jersc City Clt Cityhas h b vIsited Wle the theve thegv thegrave
gv grave ve of his hf wife wie In I the tt Holy Hol Name NA Came Cemoory Cametory
tJ tory ory that tht city clt every evr day for fifteen fn years yearsie rear em
He ie spends seven Mvml several hours bur cr inthe in th the cemetery cemeteryvhen ometel cemeterywhtn
lpndl hI
when the th weather watr Is f toe f and sometime sometimeU sometimes4u
el 4u U his hl luncheon Ilchn sitting ait c by the t side a of toe t theVVV
Diamond Merchant MerchantJeweler MetchantJwc1er I IJeweler
Jeweler and Silversmith SilversmithMADISON S1vermith SilversmithMADISON
V Viieteeea
Uetwecn leleeD 7SIH Ult and 7 26th < tb lb Slre 51 Stt5kVr Stt5kVr141sbllabed UF UFKalabliahed
Kalabliahed dablbed ISM ISMli 187 1552is
I li years lra on 0 John St S a as Starr s r A Urcu UrcuJ5 Marcus1
J5 7 years year u 1 bore abve abvei boreWEDDING
I No connection connectQn with any any other otherhome otherI otherhouse
I home In this thlloo line of business businessBULGARIA bUlln buslnusRULOARIA ls lsBUWARU
Decline Dtllne to Receive ReeveNote Re eve Note Charting Crs s tack tackor Lk Lkof iaekor
or Neutrality NeutralitySpecial Netrl NeutralItySpecial
Special Cable cobe Dcipotdi DtattHo DCipotcho to Till SOS SOSSom 11 SeXSoFIA
SoFIA May 6 5A A a a result rult i ault ofthe of the out outrages Olt outrages ¬ I
rages at Salonica Blonlea Turkey has sent snt anote to toBulgaria toBulgara toBulgaria
Bulgaria Bulgara drawing drawng attention ateton to I the alleged allegedimportation aleged alegedImprtion allegedimportation
importation Imprtion of explosives fexploslvf into Turkish tar territory torritor tarritory ¬
ritory ritor from Bulgaria and tp if the recent recnt In Incursions incursions n ncUlo ¬
donia doniaM cursions cUlo of revolutionary rfvoluilonlr bands bnd into Mace Macedonia Macedonia Macedonla ¬
M Dancff Dancl the theBu1gariai Bulgarian Bulraria Prime Pme Minister Ministerand Ministerand lnlstEr lnlstErInd
and Ind Minister MInster of ofYorpign Foreign Affaire Afair objected objectedto obJCter
to the strong atronQ language languageof of ofthe thenote he note which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he refused rfud to to acceptand aoptand In an interview interviewwith Interliw Interliwwith interviewwith
with the Ottoman Otoman Commissioner he pro protested protested protested ¬
tested against the imputation that Bulgaria Bulgariahad Bugara Bugarahad Bulgariahad
had failed faied to te maintain neutrality neutraly The TheCommissioner TheCommMlonEr TheCommissioner
Commissioner CommMlonEr has communicated communicted with Con Constantinople Con8tantlnople Constantinople ¬
stantinople asking for Instructions InstructionsVIENNA InshuotlonaVIENNA instructionsVIEtt
VIENNA May 5 STe 5The The relations rlations between betweenTurkey btween btweenTurkey betweenTurkey
Turkey and Bulgaria are are undoubtedly undoubtedlystrained Undoubtedlystrained ndoubtedlystraine
strained straine To some sme observers obRrvors the greatest greatestdanger greateltdanger greatestdanger
danger of the moment seems fms to be b the possi possibility pI pIblty poesiblilty ¬
bility blty that Turkish exasperation eaperation at the thealleged tbealege thealleged
alleged alege connivance onnhan of Bulgaria in the tliedoings tle tledoings thedoings
doings of the Macedonian Maonlan committees committeeswill cmites cmiteswl
will wl lead to a TurcoBulgarlan TurBulga an war warThis warThis warThis
This ill 1 feeling feln which has his been ben frequently frequentlynoted frequenty frequentlynoted
noted note in the cable cble despatches dCptche to THE SUN SUNhas SUNlisa
has hal been ben greatly grty intensified Intnlff by iy the out outrages outrage outrages ¬
rages rage at Sakmlca Blnlc and the persistent prlstent oc occurrence occrnc occurrenco ¬
currence crnc of atrocious atrolous murders m urderln in Mace Macedonia Macedonia ¬
donia doni ofthe which whohcn committees committeesIt cnunltea cnunlteaI can be b traced trct to the instigation instigationofthe Instgton instigatlodofthe
VIt It I is II also alo added adde to by the theonattfght theonattfghtl constant cnatantflght cnatantflghting fight fighting ¬
ing l g of BulgaroMacedonian Bulgar r Cdonlan bands bnds with withTurkish withTurklshtrocps lh lhTurklhtrop
Turkish Turklhtrop Turklshtrocps troops in whichthere whlchther Is frequently frequentlyserious frquently frquentlyfrloua frequentlyserious
frloua serious loss loS of life lifeThe lfe lfeThe lifeThe
The Pdliliwhe Poliilrhe Correspondent Cor Coivc8potWeneetates lponrent states that thatowing thatowing thatowing
owing to tothe thefailure the failureof lure of theTJulgarian the ilarlan Gov Government Govemment Ocrernmcnt ¬
ernment to prevent prvent armed arml Bulgarians Bulgariansfrom Bulgariansfrom ulArian8 ulArian8from
from crossing oroR8ln into Macedonia Maceonia the t f Sultan Sultanhas Rultanhaf Sultanhas
has haf ordered ordere the construction conMruotlol of a line lne of ofblockhouses ofhlOkhous ofblockhouses
blockhouses hlOkhous along the Turkish side of the thefrontier thefrontier thefrontier
frontier frontierTho frontierTh frontierThe
The Th whole situation situton Is II Increasingly Incllnglypr Incllnglyprplexng per perplexing perplexing ¬
plexing plexng and serious seriousCONSTANTINOPLE Rrous RrousCONSTNTINOPlE seriousCONSTANTINOPLE
CONSTANTINOPLE CONSTNTINOPlE May S 5Tho The British BritishFrench Brtih BrtihFrnch BritishFrench
French Frnch and Italian Ialian Embassies Emblea have notified notifiedtho notfed notfedtho notifiedthe
tho Porte Por that they will wl claim calmamge damages on onbehalf onbhalf onbehalf
behalf bhalf of their respective flpctve subjects ubjecs who whosuffered whosufered whosuffered
suffered sufered from the outrages outrges at Salonica SalonicaJACK SalonlcaJCK SalonicaJ4C1
He HeConerd Concede Con N lTwintyrourponndltoMarrtn lTwintyrourponndltoMarrtnHart Twentyfour 1 ntrour Ponndi Pond toMarvln toMarvlnHart toMan1
Hart Har and Last Lall SU SI Rounds RoundsPHILADELPHIA Rold RoundsPumvELeHzA
PHILADELPHIA pmLDEL1HI Pa Plfay May 5Jaok 5 LJaokOBHen LJaokOBHenput ok0re ok0reput OBrien OBrienput
put up the grandest gandOtand and probably probbly th thhardest thh the thehardest
hardest h fight fglt fightof of his ha career cr tonight tonght toiiightat at the thePenn thePen thePenn
Penn Pen ArtClub Ar Cubwhen when he gave gv away twenty twentyfour twent twentfour twentyfour
four pounds punds and lasted IMe six rounds round of the thetoughest thetoughOt thetoughestldndofrnhlling
toughest toughOt toughestldndofrnhlling kind kd of milling mlng with wt Marvin Man Hart HartOBrien HartOBren HartOBrien
OBrien after giving wonderful exhibition exhibitionfor
OBren ater gvng a onderu exhbton exhbtonfor
for four rounds rOWM nearly went out In i the themiddle t themiddle
middle mddle of the theflfth fifth fth with wth a terrific terfo right and andleft ad adleft andleft
left to his stomach At that time dme tImeie he h had ha all allthe al althe allthe
the better beter of the te exchanges exehango and at times timesmade dmesmade timesmade
made Hart HI look lok like lke a schoolboy hoolby He Hedrew Hedrw Hedrew
drew drw blood from Harts Has nose nosn nosein in the third thirdThe thirdTe thirdThe
The Te wind wnd jabs Jabl In the fifth fft changed chang the thecomplexion te tecmplexion thecomplexion
complexion cmplexion of things thig in a second eend Shortly Shortlyafter Shorly Shorlyater Shortlyalter
after ater OBrien OBren went down for the count countGetting cunt cuntGttng countGetting
Getting Gttng up he rushed rshN for a holdwhile Hart Hartfought Har Hartfought
fought fOlght wildly widly to put OBrien out outThe outThe oUtThe
The sixth opened opnpd with OBrien In very verypoor Tel verypoor
poor pr shape and Hart Hart evidently EvdEnty coming cmng to toMarvin toMarn toMarvin
Marvin Marn rushed rhld in and fought OBrien fast fat
In the middle mddle of the round rOWd another smash smRh
in tho ribs rib brought brught OBrien OBren to his h knees kneesand kneesand kneesand
and he again agin took tOK tho count countnothing out countFrom
From that time until the final bell
Frm tme untl fnl bl It wa was wasnothing
nothing nothin but wild wld exchangesHartstralning exchangesHartstralningevery oxchangMHarRtralnlng oxchangMHarRtralnlngever oxchangee Hart straining strainingevery
every ever point pint to land his man OBrien OBriengoing OBren OBrengoing OBriengoing
going to his corner corer fell foi into It with a athud thud
Before Dfore the men vent on it was announced announcedthat announcedthat
that Hart Har was W many pounds pud8 over annoWc the stipu sipu ¬
lated weight wel ht tipping tppig the scales stales at 183M 183Mwhereas 18X 18Xwhers Iat Iatwhereas
whereas whers OBrien weighed wcghel5X 158J4 Hart had hadagreed h hadagreed
agreed agTd to fight f ht at 170 170OBrien liOOBrien 170OBrien
OBrien threw down the 125 250 forfeit foreit for forweight forweight forweight
weight and went on with wth the understanding undertndng
that if he lasted lute the six Bx rounds rounl he was W to toget toet toget
get et the entire entr share of the receipts rcipt As AsJack A AsJack
Jack stayed stare he got not only his hs own o money
but his h8 opponents oppnent I as 8 well wellBROOKLY wel wellDROOKLYN
Te The Manager Iaalen Preparing PeprnCfer for the Monday MondayMint MondayNIght Ionda Iondalsht
Mint lsht Fusion Fl n Conference ConferenceTho Conferenc ConferencTe ConferenceThe
The Te Republican Rpublcan managers manaer in Brooklyn Brooklynwill Brooky
will wil hold hol a meeting metng on Friday Frday evening to toselect toflect toselect
flect select a committee cmtt to t represent rtpront the or organisation organlton organiaatlon ¬
ganisation ganlton at the fusion fuon conference onfernce in inManhattan i inManhattan
Manhattan Manbtt on Monday night nchtFoner nchtFonerLeutv Former FormerLieutGov FormerLieutOov
LieutGov Leutv Woodruff Worfls Is comingdown cmlngdow from fromSyracuse frm frmSyaus fromSyracuse
Syracuse Syaus to attend the tle confab cnab and ad will willprobably wl willprobably
probably head he the thedeegatonfrm delegation d egatlon from Brook BrookIvn Brk BrkIv Brooklvn
Ivn Iv According crng to t tothe < the present prnt outlook the theRepublican theRepublca theRepublican
Republican Republca leaders leer in Brooklyn Brklyfel feel com compelled o cornpolled ¬
polled ple to urge the renomlnatlon re omln ton of Mayor MayorLow Myor MyorLw MayorLow
Low Lw although atough they realize aze he heha hehas has lost his hishold h hishold
hold on a large lage section Iton In his hsow own party partyand partyand
and ad has ha antagonized antgonize hosts of pry pryad inde independent Indepndent independant ¬
pendent 1001 pndent Democrats Demorat who supported suppre him in
1001So So S formidable fondablelthl lathis opposition opplton that tat even evensome evn evn8me evensome
some 8me of Mr Lows LwB most earnest eotsupporra eotsupporrafear supporters supportersfear supportersfear
fear that he might mght even fall fal to t carry c the theborough ho hoborough
borough brough of Brooklyn Brkly this tis year yearSo yearS yearSo te tebrough
So S far fa as 1 Comptroller Comptroler Grout Grut is concerned concernedthe
the present prent attitude atttude of the Republican Republicanmanagers Rpublcan Rpublcanmagel RepubUcanmanagers cncrne
managers magel is antagonistic aonlatc and his hl renomina renominaUon renominalion I
lion on the fusion fuon ticket tcket Is II regarded rnoma rnomalon as a im impossible 1mpo Impossible ¬ I
po possible lon bYe Many May Republicans Rpublcs rgare favorthese favortheselection favor the hel so solection ¬
lection Ieon ofMr of Mr Swanstrom president prdent of the theborough theborough theborough
borough for Mr Grouts place placeSHOT pl plSHOT placeSHOT
Owner O r of a Bed Thought oast a Planter Pnter Wai WaiSteallnc WuStealing U U8tealns
Stealing 8tealns HU HI Bivalves BlvalrrBenjamin Dvah DvahBenami BivalvesBenjamin
Benjamin Benami Carman Crn an oyster os r planter plnte of ofFlatlands ofFtlnds ofFlatlands
Flatlands Ftlnds was wa shot and seriously Aeriouly injured injuredyesterday Injur injuredyesterday
yesterday yetrday by George G rge White Wie the owner owtr of ofan ofan ofan
an oyster oytr bed b In Carnarsle Crlie Bay By between betweenBergen btween btweenBr betweenBergen
Bergen Br en Beach Bch and ad Camarsle CamarsleCarman CarnarsieV manle manleCrn V
Carman Crn was Wa In a rowboat rowbot over Whites Whitesoyster Whte Whteyter Whitesoyster
oyster yter bed b where whe according acording to White WhiteCarman Wit WhiteCarrnan
Carman Crn was wal stealing Itolng seed I oysters oytef White Whitewas Whie Whiewal Whitewas
was wal waiting waitng In a boat bot behind 1Mhid behtndsome some grass grHln In a alittle alte alittle
little man lte creek crk He fired fr his shot gun g at Car Carman Cr Crmn Carman ¬
manCarmans mnCrnl Carmans Crnl arms arl face fac and an head were werepeppered wer werepeppered
peppered with shot and bled ble profusely
pPJr He le was WS taken take to the Kings County CoUty Roe Hospital HO Roep111 ¬
pital pltl and an Whit Wie wan wal arrested arrestedEmlle anole anoleEmleMla arrestedEmile
Emlle EmleMla Maapai Throws o Prlro Pftr Twice T1c In InYONKCRS tnrls inWrestling
Wrestling rls Match MatchY0NICE1IS Iattl IattlYONIRS
YONKCRS YONIRS N Y May My S IEie 5Eniile Emlle Maupas Maupasof Maup
of France Frnce tonight defeated Petro Petr the theBelgian theBlgn theBelgian
Belgian Blgn at Turn Tr Hall Hl Maupaa Mlupa contracted contractedto cntc
to throw his hf man twice twO in an hourThe hour
The T first lrt bout but was Wl lively lvl Maupas Maup1Innng winning
In 12 minutes Iletcored He scored r again In 11 12 min minute mlnu mm mmutes ¬
u utes ute and 30 3 seconds fe nds In the preliminary prlmnry
Peter Goldstein Oldtlvqlae vanquished Slehal 81eha Miller Millerecurinjc Mler Mlerar Millerecurin
ecurinjc ecurin two straight falls fall one la I 17 1 minute minuteud minutesarid
ar ud ad the te other oter trt in I 12 1 minute mutu mutur mu
1 Coroner Heleaie RelelclUD l film From FromCnstody Cnitody eatod After Aftrthe Arer Arerthe Afterthe
the fnqurtt InqUestNo No osht Mint Thrown Trown on th thI the theKllns theKilling
I Killing Kllns of the Clrl GirlAi GirlAll All Theories torle li lihe In IntUI inthe
tUI the he Caie Seem Stem to DC D Shattered Khatterrii ShatteredLORAIN
i LORAIN LnAJN Ohio May S SFnther Father FcrdlnaniWolRor Ferdinand FerdinandWa FerdinandWalsertho
WolRor Wa Walsertho rtho tho Catholic Catholo priest prlf t who whowO whowas was arrested arresteon asted astedon arrestedon <
on Saturday Sturday on the theohlrge tlieohargo charge of having miir miirdored murdered mtlrtiered
tiered Miss IAI Agatha Helchlln Hllchlln Relchllnwho who ho wan Wa found foumdead foundd founddead
dead d nd In her room roan ut nthr lior priest pr at brother brotheri brolheris brolherisI brothershouse
i house hou e St SI Josephs seph parsonage on o on Thursda Thursdanight Thursday Thllrldaynlgbl Thursdaynight
night was discharged dlcharged tonight by thi thiauthorities the theIuthorlte theauhoritiet
authorities Iuthorlte andrelea and releasd ed from the count countjail ooulty ooultyjai county countyJail
jail jai In Elyrla Elyrlai Elyll V
i This Thi action was wa token tnke after Coroner CoronerFronoh CoronerFrench oroler orolerFrnoh
French Frnoh held h ld an inquest today toda in which whichnot whichnot whichnot
not sufficient sufcient evidence was I produced prducd to tchold tohold tohold
hold the priest pr at In custody cstody Coroner CoronetFrenchs CoronerFrenchs CoronerFrenchs
Frenchs verdict simply 11m stmplysaid ply nald fld that th t Agatha AgathiRelchlin Agathalohln AgathaReiohlin
Relchlin lohln came to t her death de th by the hands handibr handsor handsofan
br ofan an unknown unknoW assassin assassinThe IMln IMlnTpo assassinTie
The mystery mystry is now more mor Involved than tharbefore thanbfore thanbefore
before bfore practically pr lcaly every theory In con connection on onnelon connectloh ¬
nection nelon with 1ith the Ihe crimo clmB having havng been ben puno punotured punotur punotured >
tured tur by to tedaY1 todays < iay testimony festm ny at th the Coroners Coronersinquest Corners CornersInquel CoronersInquest
inquest Inquel The burglary theory iecms seems m8 un untenable untenable Untenable ¬
tenable to the police plc and ald others othel who whoh halve halvegiven lidvegiven ve vegen
given the matter mater consideration nlderatlon All l the theprops theptop thepiops
gen props tending tendl to uphold the theory that thatFather thatFather thatFather
Father ptop Wnlser Wal8r had committed cmmted the thl crime crimehave crimehav crimehave
have been bn removed rmoved andtho andt charge against againsthim againt againthim againsthim
him has ha fallen falen flat flatAll fat V
All 01 the known sweethearts swethlar8 of Agatha AgathaReichlln AgathaReichln AgathaRelchlin
Reichlln Reichln haVe been ben accounted for and it itdeveloped Itdeilopd itdet4tloped
developed deilopd that they thf were wee either eiher thousandof thousand thotMndt thotMndtof thousandsof
of miles mles away awa In another country cuntry or old oldmen oll ollmen oldmen
men who In paying attention atEnUon to the young youngwoman youngwoman oun ounoman
woman had pynR no n noother other purpose purpRO In inview view Iew than thanto
to procure proure a good housekeeper houakepr The theory theoryof
of revengo rng9 is soridiculous sridlculous tidjcutotis in the light Ilot of ofthe 0 ofthe f ftJe
the evidence evidenc that it is not being considered consideredat oOJisldere
at tJe all allThe al alTIe allTle
The Inquest Inqleat was was held here her today by byCorbner byrner byCoroner
Coroner TIe rner French lrnch assisted assllled by Prosecutor ProsecutorStroup Pr ProsecutorSttoup cutor cutorStrup
Strup Stroup Capt Cpt S S Ketchum night chief chiefof cblcfof chiefof
of police polce at Lorain Lraln testified feRtifed that he had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been bn called cald by Father Walser Wllsr at 1UO or 115 115A 116A 115A
A M This contradicts cntradit the statement of ofCaslmlr ofClnllr ofCasirnir
Caslmlr Clnllr Relchlin Richln a brother of the girl girlHehad girlHelad girlHehad
Hehad Helad said that he called cltd the police policeKotchum plr policeKotchum
Kotchum also all testified teatle that Caslmlr CaslmlrReichlln Cml CasimirReiehlln r rRlchHnwaa
Reichlln RlchHnwaa was fully fuly dressedwhen dres when he hoarved h arrived arrivedFather arrivedFather I
Father Walser Wallr had ha on all al his clothing clothing with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the exception ecpton of ofhs othis his coat cat and hat cothlnF Caslmlr CaslmlrRelchlin ClmlrRolclln aelmirEeichlin
Relchlin Rolclln was wa the theflt first togo upstairs up8tr followed followedby folowe followedby
by Capt Cpt Ketchum Ket hurn and ad Patrolman Jen Jenpany Jennlna Jennings
nlna Father Walsr Walser would no note acm acmpy accom accomparty
party them There Tere had h been bn no light lght in inthe Inthe inthe
py the room when whe they went upstairs upstairsHe
rom uplar uplarHe
He described the position pitIon In which the thedead thed thedead
d dead d derb woman was WI found foud Ketchum said saidtlie Md Mdtie saidtile
tile only onl evidence edmoOf of any anyone one haying been beenon b beenon n non
on tie the outside of the house hou during dirng the thenight thonight thenight
night was wall thiee thr or four small Imal trak8 tracks on onthe ontho onthe
the west side ide of the house He said sad Father FatherWalsbr Jather JatherWacr FatherWalsor
Walsbr had told him the murderer was wastall wastall S8 S8tal
Wacr tall and slender Iendr and had a black hlackmustache hlackmustacheHo must ache acheHa
Ho went into details detall relative reatvB to the state statement Btatement statement ¬ I
ment made lade by Father Walser aser about calling callingCaslniir calng calngCalinir callingCasiniir
Caslniir Calinir Reichlln Rlctliarcrsolng afterseeing the burglar burglarHad burglarH burglarHad
Had H d Father Walser Wal r been bn drinking when whenyou whenyou whenyou
you arrived asked aske the Prosecutor ProsecutorI Pro8utor Pro8utorI
I could see fee no evidenceof it itWhat I itSVhat
What 11at was Caslmlrs Clmlrl condition conditionHe cndlton cndltonHe
He was wlglatly greatly excited excitedHow excite excitedH6w
How Ho close was Father Fatht Walsersbed Wallrsbe to toAgathas toAgathal toAgathas
Agathas Agathal room roomAbout roo rooAbut roomAbout
About Abut fourteen fourtren or sixteen Ixenfeet IxenfeetCp feet feetCapt feetCapt
Capt Ketcham said ld the bloodhounds bloodhoundswore
were Cp on 01 every bed b in I the house hous and that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they did over not show any greater grater interest Intertst in inthe Inthe inthe
the one that tht had been bn occupied oupied by Father FatherWalser lather latherWaler FatherWaiser
Walser Waler than in any other otherHe otherHe otherHe
He said he found two small sml pieces pleof of mud mudontho mudonthe mudntheVattlc
ontho ntheVattlc attic floor for when he first frt went ent to the theolace the11a theIa
olace Ia e attc He V5J5 also found mud on the ladder ladderit YadderI
11a It it looked to tohim ao him hi as 8 though the mud on the thebelieved thefor thefloor
I floor looke had dropped fromttt from th ho hoe of someone someoneas meoneM
M for he crwleln crawletin dropp orQut of t th yvindow idow He Heblive HebSIiCVedV
believed that th t any one 90 9ne walking walkl across the theattic theItC theattic
attic blive floor would wuld Have laveb been heard hd ar down downstairs dow downataitsf ¬
stairs as the boards were loose los He was wasasked waeake wasasked
asked stall again In reference refernce to the mud He Hesaid Hesald Hesaid
said ake It was Wi partly pldra dry dryaa as though to it Itha itbad had been beenthere bn bnthere beenthere
there an hour or two twoCaslmlr twoC twoCasimir
Caslmlr C lmlr In Reichlln Reichli testified t tff that he had haddrunk hld hlddrnk haddrunk
drunk drnk abottle a botle of beer br but would ould not admit admitthat admt admtthat admitthat
that Father Walser Waer had taken any He Hesaid Heeld Hesaid
said eld his sister al te was Wi a light lght sleeper slEepr She Shewas Shewa Shewse
was bothered with dreams and wakeful wakefulness wakefulnesso akefulnOa
wa bthere wth
ness due on this occasion ocaion to overwork overork at athouse athous athouse
nOa hous house cleaning clNlnig Caslmir Ciir denied dtnlEd positively positivelyto poslthelythat
that Agatha hleer had ever eprelda expressed a de desire desireto lrl
to desert derr the Catholic C tholo faith faithCasimir flrh flrhCBlm faithCasimir
Casimir was waawaknd wanawakened awakened by Father Walser Walr WalrrRhlng Walserrushing
rRhlng rushing CBlm Into hil his rom room with t a demand j j for formfttches formtches formatches
matches wiring Ryin ho had wth seen sn a burglar burglarThen burgllr burgllrTen burglarThen
andfound andfoundher and found foundher foundher
Then he went wpnt into Agathas room rom
Ten her dead Ho went into tho attic attc looked lookedout lookedout lookedcuit
out of tho windowand wndowand saw IW a a ladder against againstthe sgalnRtthe againstthe
the house hou The doors dof to the attic wero weroclosed werocl werecIed
closed cl Prosecutor Jtor Stroup Strup questioned qUllItoned him himclonely himcolly himclosely
closely about Ibut the ladder but he heheld held to tothe tothe tothe
the story He HelMI6ted insisted that though it was wasdark wasdark 11
dark aIor he could culd see the ladder lader down which whichthe whoh whohthe whichthe
the robber went wentCasimir wentImr wentCasimir
Casimir rbbr Imr said the th dog on the lower Yowr floor floorwas foor foorwa floorwas
was naturally cross C and always barked barkedwhen brklld brklldwhon harkedwhoa
wa nwa
when there thor was WI n I nol noise about abut the houso housoThe houR houwThe
The Th dog did not lri bark > ark that tt night nght until loi after afterthe aftrthe afterthe
the discovers dlscovr of the th murder Prosecutor ProsecutorStroup ProRcutr ProRcutrStroup ProsecutorStroup
Stroup asked askedYou Ikea IkeaYou askedYou
You do not know of yourown YOlron knowl knowledgewho knowled knowledge ¬
edgewho ed edge dwbo who killed kled your yur yoursiater yoursiaterNo slstar slstaro ltr ltrNo
phasisYou phlsla phasis No > o sir answered aswer Casimir C6lmr with wth em emphasis emphlsla emphasis ¬
You do not know whether the personwho person pernwho personwho
who killed your sister aiter came from the out outside outaide outside ¬
side or k1ed whether ho was on the inside insideNo inAle inAleNo insideNo
No sir I cannot cnot tell tel you youThe youTe youThe
The Te first fnt you YO knewof ke of any trouble truble was aceswhen waswhen wal
when Father Fathtr Walser W11r told tol you there were wereburglars wereburglars wereburglars
burglars In the house houseYps hoUle hoUleYe houseYes
Yes Ye sir sirAndhe sirAruio V
Andhe Aruio AfldhOWflS was wn greatly grtt excited excitedYe excitedYes xele
Ye Y Yes sir sirHe lr lrHe V
He was WI only omyprly otilypartly partly dressed dressedYos dres dressedYea
Yea Ye sir sirDidhe airlidhe
Didhe Br BrDldhe rush 8 into int your room roomYes rm rmI roomYes
Yes I sir herushed le re yu to the foot f t of my myCmr
bed V
bedCaslmlr Caslmlr Cmr could cud not say lywheher whether Fathet FathetWalser FathelWar FathetWalaer
Walser War had habn hadbeen been out of the te house hou at any anytime ay aytmedug anytime
V Father Walser Walserwent Walserwent
time tmedug during the evening eyenig Fater War Warwet
went wet to t the te kitchen klte door dtr once while hie Caslmlr Caslmlrand Cmlr CmlrId Casirnircud
and Id Agathawere Agatha werecrga cere carrying a lounge 10Ug into intothe Int intothe
the house bpuCrr Casimir mmIm1isaInheca1led said sahfhe he called Cle the police policeHe polce polcelea policeflealaobought
He flealaobought also bought a gallon galon of whiskey whkey at the thaArmstrong theArngotl theArmstrongHotel
Armstrong Arngotl ArmstrongHotel lea Hotel Casimir Cir Father Waleer Waleerandthe Waser Waserand Waleerand
andthe and te the police plc all al drank drk of this liquor liquorLater lquor lquorLtr liquorLater
Later Ltr Caslmlr Camr prepared some me coffee cle and andwhiskey ad adwhiskey andwhiskey
whiskey for himself hle1ad pro and Father Fater Walser WalserHe WalserHe WalserHe
He was Wi not sure sur eurohowtnuch howmuch hoWmucb they drank drankYou drk drankYou
You haveevery bavs confidence cndence that Father FatherWalser FatherWalr FatherWalser
Walr Walser is il not not guilty jlty er of oUb oftho tho crime with which whichbe whch whchhe whichhe
he ischarged Ischrgd ho was asked askedguilty wedI askedif
I if Fathr Father W laer sr Is guilty then I a am amguilty
guilty gity If Ube he should hang W glty thenthey then thy ought oughtto oughtt oughttohangme
t tohangme to hang me Iknow I knowM he is II innocent he hereplied herpled hereplied
replied repliedGAMES rpled repliedGAINES
Ills e Southern 81the ConjrreMmin Cn Nmn Wants antl Him rm to toHimfor toRa toRfor
President PresidentCongressman PresldintCongressman
Himfor Ra for Pfldmt
Congressman Cng John Wesley Weley Gaines Gano of ofTennessee ofTenn ofTennessee
Tennessee Tenn who ho is here her with the committee committeeinspecting ommtt committeeinspecting
inspecting Inltng waterways watray wat rway had a great grt deal dealto de dealto
to say about the th political situation situton in the theSouth theSut theSouth
Sut South Judge Alton Alon pltcl B Parker Is the PraM Presidential PrOllIdentlal PraMdential ¬
dential candidate cndidate to 111 win the Solid Sld South SouthIn Sut Southin
In 1904 19 according to Mr GamesHe Games Gael GaelHe GainesHe
He Is II the arng one man mn on whom the Southern SouthernDemocrats Southtm SouthtmDmotl SouthernDemocrats
Dmotl Democrats can cn unite unt because bu he repre represents rpre reprosent ¬
sent sntl no party faction facion Raid Md Mr 1r Gaines OainesThe Gain GainesThe
The Democrats Dmorl pry who voted vot for fr Mr lfr Bryan Bryanin Bra
in 1890 10 blame blae Mr Cleveland Ceveland for the party partyschism pary paryachlsm partyschism
schism which whcb defeated defete Mr Bryan Br > The Thebut Te TeBra TheBryan I
Bra Bryan Dmort Democrat c can drp drop the silver 18Uo 18Uobut issue issuehut
but but they will w1 not unite on the man they
blame blamf for the disruption dsrpton of their ranks ranksI rkA rkAI
I have followed folow Judge Judg Parkers deci decisions del dellienl dcciMona ¬
Mona lienl In the trust cases o8eln In In New York and andIt andIt andit
It is 1 very ery evident that he has ha the true tre under understanding understdln understanding ¬
stdln standing of that Bible of the American Americanpeople Ameron Ameronpple Americanpeople
people the Constitution ConstitutionWhen Crtton CrttonWIlen ConstitutionWhen
pple When When It was W8 a question qU0tlon of whether wh tler the thepeople theple thepeople
people ple had hd a right rbt to get gt at the whethor methods methodsof metho
of the Ice Trust Trlt by byanEJmlnaton an examination of the thecompanys theomPrs thecompanys
companys books bks the Supreme Suplre Court Curdtnle denied deniedudge denIedthat
omPrs Ult that rlghl l as a violaton violation of prvatt private right rightJudge rightsJudge
Judge Parker in the Court Curt of Appeals AppYs re reereed reer ccyersed
yersed ereed that tht decision deoilon showing ahowln that tht the cor corhe cr corporation
prtion poration er whih which rc recefres Vf ill its prvllo privileges frm frmtheBlate from fromthe
theBlate the he State Is accountable cutable to the Stale StaleThere Htat StateThere
There Ter are ar seven ven reasons rnl why wh Judge Judgearker Judg JudgeParker
Paker Parker arker should ould b b be the candidate cndltte First Fft
h heWagoodmtui W a food man second Ind he hei In n good oltl oltlen clt oitizenthtrdhe
un zenthtrdhe en l thirdhe tfh m Is I a good iobeot Democrat bemoct hei go fourth fourthie fo fourthhe rh rhbe
be ie is I a ao good farmer far fifth frh be is a agod good Judge JudgeIxth Judgeand
sit Ixth sa be I U 1 agood a party man bfacolud bfacoludsit and ad Mnwth Mnwthto Yt vacith vacithV
hIa to agood party pyle I pry l afc
Per Annum a Box Large Lage Enough E O lhto to Hold HoldYour Hol IlohiYour
Your Valuable Pipers Pape Jewels Etc Etc can be beRented beRented beRented
Rented In the theFIRE IheFIRE theFIRE
Or orMadison TUG TUGMadison TueMadison
Madison Safe Deposit Deosit Company CompanyLINCOLN Copany CopanyLICOLX
208Fifth 208 Fifh Av J 1128 128 Broadway BroadwayMadison BroadwayI
I Madison Square SquareROUNDS SquareROUNDS SquarcROUNDS
iCLUDit 1CLLDO noc oiruv oiruvOne mrl oJrEVOne
i iOne
One Bunch Bnnlh of Them Tem Said to Be a Wire WireTapping WireTappIng rel
Tapping Tpplns Outfit With Wih n Shadow Shldo Vic Victim Vietini Ic ¬
tim In I the IlackEround 13llccroundTc BackgroundThe The General GeneralIdea Generl GenerlIlcl GeneralJules
Idea Ilcl Is I Get lt Back Dck to Chic CINSO CINSOPoJce Chicago ChicagoPolice BO BOPolice
Police PoJce Inspector InpEctor McCluskys detectives detectivesmodo detetea deteteamao detectivesmade
made mao another roundup of crooks yester yesterday yes yesterday r rdRY ¬
day and landed eighteen or twenty twenty of them thembehind thembhind thembehind
behind bhind tho bars temporarily temporariy At At the De Detective Detethe Dotectlve ¬
tective tethe Bureau Dullu it I was wn paid Iald that the arrests arrestswere arrts arrtsole arrestswere
were ole rnado mldo ns a result reslit of Inspector In pctor McClus McCluskys MeCluskys lcCluskrR
kys determination to keep all al the Western Westerngunsrfiff Westernguns Westerngunsf1
gunsrfiff guns r the big lane laneTen lal laneleui
Ten of ofthe tho tht men however who were taken takento
to the West WIt Fortyseventh street Itrt police policestation polc policestation
station Itltlon are charged with th attempted atempted grand grandlarceny grandlarcen grandlarceny II
larceny larcenyAmong larcen larcenAm larcenyAmong
Among Am nr the prisoners is James alias alalDoo alalDooI Doc DocOwen DooOwen
Owen wcn who ha lies Mt u In at a great Krat number numbr of ofcard ofcllrr ofcard
I card cllrr games ames on ocean ocan liners lner He H described describedhimself descrbe describedhimself
himself ns lB a traveller trvelpr and facetiously factlolsly gave gavehis gaohi gavehis
his hi address addr8 an al the Slurtevant House toUf whose whosepresent whosepresent whosepresent
present inhabitants InhnbiautR consist cnsist of a watch watchman wathman watchman ¬
man and somo Bmo files f1f1 and spiders spidersAccording spldef spidersAccording
According cordlng to the police polce records eight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ten men who wero charged chllrge with Ith at attempted attempte attempted ¬
tempted tempte grand rlnd larceny lAreny were arrested Irsted at atISO
159 West Wot Fortyfourth Foryfourh street 8tret The people pooplothere pple pplethere peoplethere
there lat last night said It was a a boaldg boardin boardinhouse
house ad and that no one ha had bn been arrOt arrest arrestthere
there The eight are ar Charles Chalos Hunter Huter alien alienHarris allaAlarll aliasHarris
Harris larll alias alas Havens Harry Lang Lg alias aliasvan alaa alaaD aliasBlack
D Black k d1ke lke who 86 says he Ive8at lives a tie the Dela Delavan Delavan
van Ben H Harding alias aias Deafy MorrisTom MorrisTom Morris forrisiTom
Tom Bradley nradleYl Dan White Whie alias alaa Old Tom Tomwin TomSol TomSol
Sol Boom Bloom al alias 8 Jew Ham Bnjamin Benjamin nald naldwin flaldwin
win and ad James Jane Lolly Lly Others Othe wore Max MaxCohen MaxChon MaxCohen
Cohen Chon alias aia Sheeny Mike and Charles CharlesJ
J Tappen j
The Tappn TappnThe ten men who were wer taken to the theWest theWet theWest
West Wet Fortyseventh ForYventh street station staton were weresaid wa weresaid
said sid to have he been hen mixed mxe up upn in some me wire wiretapping wiretapping ¬
tapping game Detectives X Kellyand Cray
ac to at
ran rn across acr08 a trimmed trimme sucker from fromProvidence frm frmProvidenc fromProvidence
Providence Providenc at a the Grand Central Station Stationyesterday Staton Statonesterday Stationyesterday
yesterday and ad took him down to Police PoliceHeadquarters Polc PoUcaheadquarters
Headquarters 1adquoI to see if he could culd pick out outthe outthe outthe
the pictures plcturR of the two men who he said saidhad fd saidhad
had fleeced fe him Ho failed faled to o find fnd a picture pictureof picure picureof
of either eltblr of the tht men but Inspector InspectorMoClusky Inpor InporcIk InspectorMcClusky
MoClusky cIk hearing laring of the affair afar came cme to tothe 1 tothe
the coneuuiUn that it was about time tme for foranother foranother foranother
another clCus rakpon raldon n the crooks crooksTO croks croksTO crooksTO
Surgeons 8arceonl to Attack Atack taek HU Jl Methods Methol at the theOrthopedic theOrhopla theOrthopedic
Orthopedic Meeting MeetingPHILAPBLPHIA MeeUngPnzrpauma leeUnsPHILPELIA
PHILAPBLPHIA PHILPELIA May S 5Surg 5Surgeons Surgeons ns from fromvarious fromvarious fromvarious
various parts prs of the country cuntr are ar preparing preparingto prpring prpringto
to train tran the guns gus of professional profeMlona criticism criticismon crtc8m crtc8mon
on Dr Adolph Lorenz Lrnz and his system of ofbloodless otbloo ofbloodless
bloo bloodless 1 surgery rgr at the annual meeting meetingof metg metgof
of the American Aercn Orthopedic Orhopo Association Associationin Alclaton Alclatoni
in i Washington Wahngton on Wednesday Wenesay next nextLoading nextadig nextLoading
Loading adig practitioners practtioner from this and other othercities oilr oilrcUel othercities
cities cUel will i read rad papers ppr In which whchth whiohthe the famous famoussurgeons floul floulsurgfn fsmoussurgeons
surgeons surgfn methods will wl be b dealt with witheI1y se sever soverely
ver verely verelyThe eI1y eI1yTh ly lyThe
The mam mai main ground for the attack atack will wl be bethe bethe bethe
Th gound
the fact fac that Dr Lorenzs Lrnza reputation rputton has hasbeen h hasbeen
been bn achieved ahieved through though the employment employentot employentotalytem ernploymentofaystcn1 of ofa
system a of which whch many mny American Amrcn surgeons surgeonssay surgeonssay
alytem say 8Y he h was wa not the originator oriKlat rand and for which whichhe wheb whebhe whichhe
he has ha received rcivcd the credit creditDr crdit crditDr creditDr
Dr Lorenz is also to come me in for criticism criticismbecause ctlclm ctlclmbealle criticimbecause
because bealle of the violence lolenC of his methods methodswhich meto methodswhich
which hlch has hs resulted rAulte it in If said in a number numberof numor numorof
of deaths deathsAdditional deathoddltlona1 deathsAdditional
Additional oddltlona1 Interest iteret may be b lent to the thedtccuFGion thedlscufslon thediscussion
discussion through the possibility pOE6lb1tY that the theVienna theIenna theVienna
Vienna surgeon lIurKen may b I be present prent at the themeeting te temEtlg themeeting
meeting mEtlg and that he will 1 be b called cJIflpon cJIflponto upon uponto uponto
to defend his syttem syttemAmong syt ter tern ternAmong
Among the physicians phslcans who ho will w1 read readpapers readpapr readpapers
papers on the subject of Dr Lorenzs Lorenzspractice LrenzlI LrenzlIpracice Lorenzspractice
papr practice pracice are Dr Gwilim Gw1m G Davis Dava of 255 2S5with 255Sut 255South
South S1tenth Sixteenth lit street ret who ho Is cnntte connected connectedwith
with Sut the Orthopredio Orthop lc Hospital Hospial and the theUniversity theUnhrltv theUniversity
University Unhrltv Hospital Ho p1al Dr H Augustus AugustusWilton Augatul Augatulfon AugustusWilson
Wilson fon Jefferson ererson Medical 1dlcll College Colege Dr DrHenry DrHfnr DrHenry
Henry Hfnr Lin Llnl Ling Taylor New York and Dr DrE DrE DrE
E H Bradford Brdford Boston BostonAll Dston DstonAll BostonAll
All of the physicians save Rye Dr Wilson WlRn will willprobably 11 willprobably
probably probbly deal dEal Rverh severely with wth the system sem of ofbloodle ofhloodleM ofbloodless
bloodless s surgery The hE subject 1lhjec Of Dr DrDa DrDwlss DrDavIss
Da Dwlss viss paper paperwillbe luger will wi bo h The Thf Forcible Reposi Reposition Rajositlfl ¬
Rjal Rjaltlon
tion of ppr Congenital Congenial Luxation Iuxltlon of the Hip Hipin Hipin
in which he will wi make a plea for loss vio violence yb yblence io iolenl ¬
lence lenl Dr Davis said tonight tonightDr
Dr Lorenz is claiming the th credit crdit for foreverything forocrhlng foreverything
everything Lrenz Ho worked the American Americanpeople Americn Americnpeple Americanpeople
people peple ocrhlng for suckers suckor and dlscredltedAmerican dlscredltedAmericansurgeons dcrodtedAmerican dcrodtedAmericanfrgens discreditedArnerlcansurgeons
surgeons as I if i we e Americans Amprc had never neverdone nevordono neverclone
done anything for crippled children chidren before beforehe beforeI beforehe
he canv onyhlng over Ho never originated the thesystem theerstem thesystem
system I cm He Hf learned INrned it from orignate an a Itaian Itaiannamed Italian Italiannamed Italiannamed
named Pan I myself mBl1 performed prformfd five fivesimilar fve fveRlmlar fivesimilar
Rlmlar similar operations opraton some fame years yeaf ago of a alesa atel aless
less tel violent nature natureHARVARD natur natur1I V VIIA1VAItD
A N Whltwrll 1111 of This Tl City Cty Haint lut Bern BernKeen Be Beeen HornSeen
Keen een Since Feb Flb 21 21CAMBRIDGE 21 2 2CAMBRXDOE
CAMBRIDGE CUIRIIE Mass Mal May 6 5Harrun 5Harrundergdut 5Harvard Harvard un undergraduates undergraduates ¬
dergraduates dergdut were startled starled today by the thereport thorepor thereport
report repor spread around arund college clege that tht William WilliamScollay Wila WilliamScollay
Slay Scollay Whitwell Wtwel 03 0 had been bon missing mlng from fromCambridge frm frmCmbridKollnee from fromCambridge
Cambridge CmbridKollnee since Feb 27 after he passed passedall
all al his midyear examinations examinaton and ad had p only onlythe on1ythe onlythe
the finals fals between bten him and hiadegree hiadegreeOn hdege hdegeOn
On Feb 27 Whitwell Whitwel left Cambridge Cambrdg tell telling to tollbrig ¬
ing his hi friends friend that he was WS going ging to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York to see his hi father who at that time te was wasvery wa wavr as asvery
very vr ill 1 Since Sic the day he left lef Cambridge Cambridgeho Cmbridge Cmbridgehe
ho has hs not been ben seen sen either In Cambridge Cambridgeor Cmbridge Cmbridgeor
or by any of his h friends frend elsewhere ellewhere Ever Evereffort Ever Every Everyeffort
elor effort has hs been ben made mde to get some Ime trace trce of ofhim o ohim ofhim
him Detectives Detelve have hve been bcn working workig on the thecase theCe thecase
case Ce but they have been ben unable Wble to find findanv fd fdanv findany
anv trace tr of the missing mig man manUntil On OnUnt manlJntil
Until Unt recently Whit Wiwels Whitwelts wells club clubmte cltibmates cltibmateswho mates mateswho
who were Wfr renty the only on only y ones one In Cambridge Cmbrdge be besides b besides ¬
sides the college clege officers ofom aware of his hisdisappearance hl hisdisappearance
disappearance were ere confident cnfdent that tht he helook hewoud hewould
woud would retu return but now they ar are blinlng begpning t to tolook
look lok upon the case 0 as hopeless hopelesssee hople Tey They cn cns can cansee
see no upn reason raln why a man mn in his h position positionshould psiton psitonshould positionshould
s should commit suicide lulclde Nor can o his hisfriends h hisfrionde
friends see cmmt any motive for murdering him himMuch himMuch himMuch
Much frond less le se can cn motve they understand Wdertd muerg why he heshould hesboud heshould
run away
sboud Whltwells Wtwel mother in New York U f still stillfather Itm Itmhopeful stillhopeful
hopeful tht that ht ho wl will retu return In soon Is Isfather His Hisfather
father who was nick ok when the former forer left leftCambridge leftambridge leftCambridge
Cambridge has hal since died die When Wen Whit Whitwell Wlt Wltwel Whitwell ¬
well wel left Cambridge Cmbridge he took tok neither neiher money moneynor monernor moneynor
nor clothes clothe with him as 1 he said d he ex exBarnards exed expected
pected ed to b be wth gone only n short tme tmeWhtwl time timeWhitwell
Whtwl Whitwell Wa was popular at Iarllr Harvard He HeW Hewas
was a substitute ppuar on the Harvard eleven elevenlast
W subttute
lat last fall and went Into the Yalo game al as asBarnards
Barnards Barrs fll substitute aubUtute winning wlnnlf his h H In Inhta Inhi Inhis
his hi freshman frhm year he was wal on QI the 03 0 fresh freshman frh frhmn freshman ¬
rowed the fresh freshman freshman
man mn eleven and he also al on frh frhm ¬
man m crew crw that tht yer year In Ills hi sophomore sophomoreyear 8phomore 8phomoreyear
year he was 11 on the second Rnd eleven and tho tholie thonext thenext
next year he Ipnt spent In Cerny Germany Lst Last fal fall fallhe
lie returned and at once onc took tok up u football lootballagain fotbl footballagain
again agln retue He was wa a member membr of tho Delta DelI Phi PhiClub PhiCub PhiClub
Club Cub of the Institute IrUtule of 1770 17O the D K E Etnd Eand Band
and the Hasty Pudding Pdding Club ClubCleveland Cub CubCeeland Clubfleveland
Cleveland Ceeland Boom Bol Hill Ina Texas TexaiAUSTIN Teal TealAU8TtN TexasAUSTIN
AUSTIN Tex May 5 5The Tho Cleveland ClevelandPresidential Cevlnd CevlndPlidential ClevelandPresidential
Presidential Plidential boom bm has hal struck trck Texas Ttx in infull Inlul infull
full lul force foI Hundreds Hundrdl of Texas Texl Democrats Democratswho Dmotl Dmotlwho Democratswho
who attended atended the worlds fair dedication dedicationexorcises deicton deictoneer1 dedicationexercises
exorcises at St Louis lJul have hn returned returnedand rture returnedand
and eer1 are Ir telling telig of the ovation ovnton given givento IIn IInto
to exPresident exPldent Cleveland Ceve1and whenever henevr be beapppeared b beapppeared
apppeared r in public publi There Tr is already alray talk talkamong tk tkamong talkamong
among atp leading le lnl Democrats Dmotl of the th State St to toend t tosend
end lnd a delegation dlgton In I his h favor to t the th tbeneit tbeneitNitioflal next nextNational n I
National NtO Democratic D otJ Convention Onvnt I
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built buit to Antananarivo Antnaariv the theVcapital capital cpial of Mada Madagascar Madagascar ¬
gascar 8 from both bth the eastern and the thewestern theweter thewesterncoasts
western weter westerncoasts coasts Ct The capital cpltls capitalls is high highon on the theInland theInand theinland
Inland Inand plateau platau of the thegreatlaland great grt island Islad and both bothroads bothroda bothroads
roads roda wind windup up many my a along long hill hi before bfore they theyreach the therah theyreach
reach rah Antananarivo Antarivo The sea a terminus terminuson tenu
on the east eas coast c 1s fTamave Tamatave the most mostimportant mot motIprat mostimportant
important Iprat port por of the th island ll d and aD on the thewest thewet thewest I
west coast cat Majunga MajWga on on on of the best bestnatural bt btneua beetnatural
natural harbors harbor in i the world worldThese worldThese
neua word wordThe
These The roads road have been bn completed complet less lessthan le lessthan
than tb two years yea but they have he already alreadybrought aray araybrought alreadybrought
brought about a marvellous mAelou change ohage in i the themethod themetho themethod
method metho of carrying freight fright Before Bfor they theywere the thewer theywere
were wer built bult cnyng every evr pound poud of f freight frlgbt that thatreached thatrcho thatreached
reached rcho Antananarivo Atannarivo from the th tea la was wascarried Wi wasdirried
carried e on the bebb backs of men me Naturally Naturallyfreight Natualy Natualyfrlgbtrat Naturallyfreight
freight frlgbtrat rates wera wer very vl high Today Todayhumanportagehas Toayhwn TodAyhuman
humanportagehas hwn human Prp portage ha has almost ao entirely entliy been beensupplanted b beaMsuppisnted
supplanted aupplat by freight frIgt wagons wn nearly nerly all allof aUof allof
of animals animalsf which WItI Moh h are ar hauled hu by men instead ite of ofanimals ofnlmall ofinimals
f In the tle thelaat last six sfxrnonths months mnthl V of oflta2 1892 1812 3870 880 wag wagons wg wgona wagone ¬
one loaded loae with wth freight trlght were wee hauled hue from fromTamatave fromTaalve fromTamatave
Tamatave Taalve to the capital cpitl The number numberof
of wagons wa onl from frm Majunga Majungaws Ijugaw win 160 t making makinga mlg mlga
a total tota of 402t 408 wagons wagns hauled haule by 11831 11831man 1831 1831men 11t31men
men In the same me time tint only 605 5 porters porterscarriedloads prer prerot portersOarried
carriedloads ot Oarried lodl loads on their backs baok between btween the thesea thesea
10 sea and ad the capital cpitl while whe 48000 men were wereengaged werengag wereengaged
engaged in this thl business bui in i 1901 1901Theeconomy 191 191Te 1901Theeconomy
ngag Theeconomy Te enomy of the new method meho methodof of car carriage c criag oarriage ¬
riage riag is shown by the fact fa that the freight freightwagons frolghtwagonl freightwagons
wagons wagonl in 1602 19 carried cnle goods godl which whcb would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have required rqul 02410 848 men to transport transportThe trnpr transportThe
The result relult is l that goods gs are being bg intro introduced itro itroduc introduced ¬
duced duc Into the far interior of the te island islad in inlarger Inlargr inlarger
larger largr quantities quattes and more cheaply cheply than thanever thanever thanever
ever before beforeIt bfore bforeIt
It la i likely Ike1y that animal anima traction traon win w be before b before ¬
while the he who whoare whoare whoare
fore for a a great Iet whie supplant aupp1fnt t men
are now hauling haulng wagons In the last lastquarter lat latquarer lastquarter
quarter quarer of 1 i90 > 0 fiftyfour fftyfou wagons wagOn were weredrawn wer weredrawn
drawn drwn by mules and 10 by oxen from frm the theports thepra theports
ports to the capital cpit In the flrst fr > half haf of ofthe ofths ofthe
the year ea only four fou wagons wagn were rt drawn drawnby draw drawnby
by mules mul8 Thus Tu haulag haulage by animals is isgradually f isgradually
Increasing IncreasingThe
gradually gradualy Incaig IncaigThe
The day In IAnot not far distant diat when both bothman bth bthma bothman
man ma and ad animal aima power will i be b supplanted supplantedby IUpplte
by the railroads rlroa rillro ds which whl h are a to extend enend from fromtha fromthe
the coasts to Antananarivo AntananarivoOBITUARY AntananariroOBITUARY
cas taaarvo taaarvoOBITJARJ I
Charles Clrlee C Barnes who ho was R formerly formerlyit
it 1 I city cty xeleher died die yesterday yesteray of heart helr trouble troubleIn
In hl his eightieth fJahtetb rear ieart yearathls at his bl home at 181 Ban Banoock Bancc Bancock
cock street Brooklyn He wa Wl was one on of the theorranlfrs theorganizers i iorganizers
cc orranlfrs organizers of the Fortyseventh Forseventb flt 1fllment 1fllmentand Eeaiment Eeaimentand lment lmentand
and served erTd In the te civil cvl war as a a Captain Catln of ofCompany orCipan ofCompany
Company Cipan B of that tat organization orranzdon He le was wasprominent ws wsprominent waspr6mlnent
prominent In the affairs of the Tompkins TompklnnAvenue TompldnRAvpnue TompkinsAvenue
Avenue Congregational te Church Curc te and was a adirector adIrctr adirector
director dIrctr Cnrsratonal of thp tb Eastern Eat DUtrlct Dlltrlc Hospital HospitalH Jospltl JospltlHelfavel
Helfavel He H leave a widow whoTjefore who bfor before her marriage marriageto maare maareto
to him flftrfiva fUtyfe years year ago was Miss MIl Juliet JulietArmour JUlst JUlstAmour JulietMmoUr
Armour two sons and three threedaurhtrs threedaurhtrsWUUam daughters daughtersWilliamWellington daughtersWilliam
Amour WilliamWellington William Wellington Tyler Tyle aged M ft an a in inventor l inVyantor ¬
ventor and Ad uIflt an In authority on the construction conatmctloaof oonlnlcUoD oonlnlcUoDor
of vntor waterwheeU watwheel died last lI t evening evlnl at attbe attbehome the thehome thehome
home of bl his brother brothe Col Mason Maon W Tyler TylerIn Tyll Tylctin
In Went Wftjeveth WeatSerenth Seventh street stret Platnfleld Plntfeld N J He Bewas HeW8 Hewas
was graduated from Amherst College olele In the thedas thacUI theclss
W8 das of 83 and Ind became beema a hydraulic hydraulo engineer engineerHis enalef engineerIlls
His cUI home was wa at York Pa 1a and It was as from fromthat tromthat fromthat
that place pJa that he came em to Plnlnfl Plalnfeldal Plslnhlsldskweeks Plslnhlsldskweeksago ldslvweeks ldslvweeksBRO w ek
BRO Mr Tylers Tylea father flthr was professor of ofOreeV ofOref ofGreek
Greek Oref at Amherst Amhert for a 1 moat many years yearsMr Tflf yearsMrTyler
MrTyler Mr Tyler Tjle leaves levf a awidowand widow widowand and three thre children childrenRichard cblirpn cblirpnIUenid childrenRlch
Richard Rlch d V Boyd 41 yean old a lawyer lawyerofNew lawer lawerof lawyerofNew
ofNew of IUenid ew Rochelle Rochele died ded on Monday of ofPneu ofPneumonla otpneumonia pneu pneumonia ¬
monia Mr Boyd practiced pracllM for several severalyean lereralTear severalyears
yean In Mamaroneck Mamarnec and ad while whie there dls dl dlcver discovered I Icovered
Tear covered a flaw in the title tite to t all al of the property propertyon
nawtn prpery
011 cver the northerly norher side sde of Mamaroneck Mamaonck avenue aVfnuetbe avenuetbe i ithe
01 tbe leading leadhC street srt 1 of the town tow The Tb error eror erorafec erroraffected I Ihas
affected about rut flfty property oner owners and andha andhas
has afec ha caused euud years yeor of lUaton litigation propery coating cstn several severalhundred eeveralhundrt severalhundred
hundred hundrt thousands thouBnd of dollar dln He leaves leanlwidow a awidow awidow
widow who was wa Miss MIl RobInson Hobln8n of New NewRochells NewHo NewRochels
Rochells RochellsMr Ho RochelsMrs ehM e
Mr MT Manuel A Rone 1Oe died die suddenly on oi Mon Mo
danlwht Inllsr in he home In 8utb South Oranl Orange MOI NJ N Nof
or heart trouble Mrs RON Rose was 49 years yearsold ars arsold I Iold
old and was for many years Yf r prominent In Innodal insocial I
nodal ocal circles erellR In the theoranges Oranges Orlnl one 8h itha was a8 also alsoa BIIO
a 1 giver Ilver to charity cariy and an earnest worker workerIn
In the Episcopal Church Cureh of ortb th the Holy Hol Com Communion Cm CmmunIon Cornrnunion ¬
munion South Orange Her husband hushDd and andfour Id Idfour andfour
four daughters daulht ra survive aunlv her herOen herOen herflea
Oen Fdwnrd Fdwar H Lombard Lmbar died die lo New KewOrleans NewOrlel NewOrleans
Orleans Orlel yesterday YNtnl aged D G Ct He was W S born bornIn bor bornin
In West f cst t Feliciana Jelcanl parish PlnRh La J He served iwrvpdas
as al Contain of artlllory nrtlor In thn Confederate ConfederateArmy Conffernt4 ConfederateArmy 1f
Army Arm After ter the wnrhn was W8 land lane agent of I Ipart Itho
tho lie 1 itlzens tlnl Dank no took A prominent promlnntpar prominentpart
part In n onranlzine orlanlzln the Confederate Conrodcrtr Veterans Veteransand etfraua eteraus eteraussad I Ialr
and alr par was 8 chosen commander ommndlr for LouIsiana 1oulilnrmJacob JoulIRnl LouIsianaJacob
Jacob Jacb Van Wacenen Walen H descendant d cndant or the thnearly thl theearly
early Dutch settlers sltIOT In B Bsr Bergen r en died dlld Monday Mondayat MondlY MondlYa I
at a his homo homnO5 OS Tonnele avenue Ivenue Jersey Cltv CltvHe CI Clt Cltlie
He was al born bor eightyfour rllhtr four years I8t ago on a farm farmwhere farmwhere
where the Jersey City Cty reservoir retolr alO now stands ftand ftande standsHe I IHe
He e joined the Bnrgen raen Reformed Reranled Church ut atthe I Itho Itho
tho ace aie of ft and he hI seldom Irldom missed mlsel attendance attendanceduring atendanl attendanceduring
durnI during all al his hi long life lifeThomas lre lreThotRS lifeThomas
Thomas Klnman a I nonagenarian nonarfnarian resident residentof
of ThotRS Vallchurc 11 bra N J 1 dijd die died ye yesteray yeeteday t nlay morning mornlnirafter mornlnl morningafter
after attfr a I Ions lonl Illness Inftl He panned paft hl hh ninetieth ninetiethbirthday Itneleth Itnelethblrthday ninetiethbirthday
birthday a few day ago ta Mr 1lr Klnman Klnmln wa wawell was waswell
well 11 to t do and retired rftrf from farming many manyy man manyearl manyyears
y years rs mo 0 Ills ia wife wif who la nearly an anold a asoid
old aa a he bewlla was a son 81 and one daughter survive
him survn
hImDr DrJohn Dr John PBrr PIrson PTtrysen on the t th abdominal bomlnllrIMn surcnnn
died d ted In i Ht Louis I Is yesterday Yetrrdl of heart har trouble trou ble
Dr JlrlO Hrrson WH the thl > personal Pfonal physician phY to toArblbop toArchbishop
Archbishop Arblbop Kal Kiln Jeplehllarlf flepitehi large lcan practic prectle prectleof
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are ae obtained obtne by our twocolor twocolorprocesses twoolor twoolorpree twocolorprocess
processes processesREPUBLICANS pree preeILLBGRVO process6ILLL
Tow Town Has B Us Been Be Democratic Demorto but b No NoDemocrat NoDlor NdDemocrat
Democrat Dlor Will Be Left Lt In I Office OfficeDOVKB mce OceDom
Dom DOT N J May STe 5The The municipal municipalelection municipalelection
e1eion election In i Dover Dovr today resulted ruted in i a clean cleansweep c cleansweep
sweep p for the Republicans Rpublos AU the can candidates cn cnddate candidates ¬
ddate didates on their ticket being big elected elee by bypluralities byplurU8 bypluralities
plurU8 pluralities ranging from 225 to 04 9 For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the last lt two rgg years ye the te Democrats Demorl have havobeen hw hwbn havebeen
bn been hi I control cntrl of the towns tOw1 affairs an To Todays Toda1 Todays ¬
days election eleion leaves levC te no Democrat Dmort in i office officeTho omc officeThe
The successful suoful candidates cdidate were 1Ur Mayor MayorIW MayorIWSng Mayorrw
IW IWSng Searing Alderman Adern Thomas Thoms E Sturte Sturtevant Stu Sturtovant
vant ant Councilmon Couo men Robert Rbrt F J Jenkins Jenki Otto OttoSoktborg OtloSktbrg OttoSektborg
Sktbrg Soktborg A W Condlct Condlc Freeholders FreeholderaJohn lholderl lholderlJoh FreeholdersJohn
Joh John Mollor Mol orad and Andrew K Baker BakerJOTTINGS BakerJOTTINGS ker kerJOTTIG
The Te wedding weddlr of Miss lts Marian Kellogg Kelon of U 3 CUt EutSlxty EMhtyend CUtSIxtysecond
Slxty SIxtysecond htyend erond street and II I Llvlntiton LI1nrlon Reeve hu hubeea hI ti1 ti1beea
bel beea net 0 for June I 9 at St Bartholomews Drlbolome Church ChurchTbe ChurobTbe ChurchThe
Tbe Board Bard of Managers Maatr of the Silver Crow CrM 1 11 11Nursery > Ar ArNursery F FNursery
Nursery Rave ae a rerepllon ycalerdar eslerda at the Ih In Inatltutlon IIV IIVstitutlon n nIllulon
atltutlon Illulon 240 24 East E llTtn 1711 street r el When Wien the nurvv nurvvwan nur5 aura aurawas
wan opened ed thirteen years aro two children wrrr wrrreared 5rr 5rrcared
eared at3f for Last na year nearly m r jeOOO or ore were e I cared t tInU tar tarIf furIn
InU InUII In it itIf
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txatalNt our Of special sllnt lint of indlPld indlPldMl IndluldaI ndlvldul
Ml aI SMiting lfIOs single patterns of ofvAlcl ofbltb 01blth
vAlcl bltb no 1 dltt implicates are ar owainaMe at atany atany atany
any price plCtald priceand and Incidentally Iedtaly view the theot he hemost heIs
most Is ot elegant tlt tailoring alll plant pI in I this thiscountry thiscofltTyao Ils Ilstt
country tt cofltTyao no 1 other Ot can c C compare COPft With wh It Itimported IL IL1prt Itlaported
imported 1prt Snltlngs Slltlgs at a 2500 isooimported 25001pred 2500iaponed
imported 1pred Cronserings tlslS at 650 6soBuralttitiftPbillips 650Burhm 650Burnbam
BuralttitiftPbillips BuralttitiftPbillipstemple Burhm Burnbam i Pbillps Pbillpstte Phillips PhillipsCtaple
temple tte Conn eO 0rf flnnex IIMX HMJI 1121 DASMH D St L I
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A committee committeepnlon 0n21U11te 0n21U11teVion
pnlon went nt b bI bthe
I the demand demandocUtIon
0 subwaY and andaionot
aionot theirat theiratoc1stion
ocUtIon con con3it conss
3it ss it a conic confeof conicof
of the union am amthta anMIchael
MIchael 1 Dc DcnoaM0
Co Cotint
tint 5ubOfltra 5ubOfltratitle 4ontrac 4ontracration
title decoration decoration4ontrac declgratl0 ration rationto
1 psyIhieee I Iwoil
and andV
woil 5 day
V 5t1idi i the hi hiV himen
V who ar arn a aI
to men
n I will nc ncKJdation n nmuincler
muincler any anynot
not reduce the thesm
sm not a mem memiodation
KJdation and I Ijji1 Ipresent
jji1 present presentdo i idouot
douot do not know wh wh0B whTO
0B TO what was was3ews
3ews 8 on this thisiid n nud
ud I rest there thereI
I will wait a apreral aMyers1
preral days if ifcme rx rxecrhe
ecrhe cme back to we wejpportunlty w w0cortulfltY
jpportunlty to tothey I Ithy
thy do not retu retuwith retuwith
with other men menI efl eflfluilieve
I believe I could couldof0w i iof
of of0w New York Yorksyenot an anirenot
irenot members membersIn
In addition to tl tllini t tare
lini are plenty in NOT NOTUnd Na Naland
Und working foi foiroiui fotod4000
roiui tod4000 4000 negrc negrccan negrvs
vs can brfng brEngste 1 1tit
tit competent competentsad ml mljnd
sad worked well wellIf wellair
air If necessary I IX Ihew
X hew w York sect Becuforthem sectfor
forthem for them on the theI i ipat
pat I them in the thelemselves
Pihink they will willthemselves
themselves if ifnt ifat
nt working workingnumber workingnumber
number of neg negi ne nesame
i same kind ol old o othey
d they have r rthe rthe
the efforts of ofi ofMr ofMr >
Mr Degnon wai waiould w wId
ould Id be and he heire heye
ire ye to come bai baiconsequences haconcoquericvs
consequences consequencesThe
The DegnonM DegnonMthe <
the subway subwayr subwayMali
r Hall inoludt inoludtl iuicludthence
l thence to G Ciconstructing
0 constructing constructingond
ond ad street to toformerly 1 1formerly
formerly a aton mi mielation
elation ton and andt
t to submit al ali aln
n i The reasoi reasoive reaoye
ve never been beenny beeny
ny y employs 2OC 2OCho 2 2ho
ho are on strike strikeHeMullen strutMcMullen
HeMullen 4 Me Meor Mcor
or the section 1m 1mHarlem in inHarlem
> Harlem River Riverctors Riverra
ctors ra Awoclati Associatiagreement
1 agreement to toIt toItiusobviouis
It Itiusobviouis is obvious that thatC thatmore
C more than 60 50her f flabor
labor her on the s sdecision Adecision
decision of th thlement thlement
lement of the theever theever
ever Howev Howevkmald Howevnate
kmald nate and hi hit ii iiyesterday
t yesterday yesterdayId
Id soon be bely w wuly
uly ly yesterda yesterdaI yestordatVthe
tVthe I th CentralF CentralFoMr CentralFMr
oMr Mr McDonald McDonaldf
f theAmerican theAmericantwa the American Americant
t twa was coming to toiked toed
iked ed that a com comlation cornlation
lation be bettee i iiltteeconsls
iltteeconsls iltteeconslsbhnC ttee consis consisolin
bhnC olin C Rodgers Rodgersrederick Rodgersrge
rge V MoN MoNrederick
rederick Holbrc HolbrcTwo HolbrTwo
Two members memberstcavators memberscavators
tcavators Uni Uniley Uniey <
ley didnt know knowjoorapanledthe knowmpanied
joorapanledthe joorapanledtheraunfttee mpanied t ho hommittee
raunfttee mmittee to thi thiere tliare
ere present presentoDonald
oDonald acted actedmtractors a ttcl ttcletractors
mtractors and andinlzed andized
inlzed ized the Ito Itolng It Itlag
lag for the thethe c cn
n the union uniontwas unionwas <
twas was bald aid that thatagllsh thatgush
gush at all allTr allMr
Tr McDonaltf McDonaltft
t I the contrite contracy
y backsliding back iding
June 4 1001 to HI HIto s sto
to arbitration ai aiuat a adat
uat the Centra CentraIndorsed Centrkelorsed
Indorsed a strike striketil strikestil
stil til In force forceOrganlration 1 1organization
organization to Id Iditrition d dcontrition
contrition itrition for wh whnek w wtack
tack under the pi pitt p pItone
tt Itone ItoneThere oncer oncerThere
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w the subcontractoDonald subcontract <
MbDonaldnnd oDonald rind tl tltoUlk t ttotijk
toUlk rbltratl arbitratiatTeeing rbltratlliwlng
liwlng to wlp wi wiviek
viek kwhen when the theawwervedly theUlireservedly
awwervedly Inc Incwe in
ly we arbltratorc arbltratorcjyersy arbltratotrOveray
I For arhltraton arbltrato arbltratoii
ii J Holbrook HolbrookSetors t tSCtors
SCtors Setors and for forn forifdon
ifdon n Mwwrfl MwwrflJbald MtteNZthllxtid
Zthllxtid Jbald Mr
liv M statement statementThe atatenwritThe
The proposltloi
J TITk rk on the nu nuarreeroent CIIithn
ithn two coinint coininta
a arreeroent of
S52it immediate anpllca aplIceerted
JMwnted eerted union
M d Rockmend i iiHerman
ilto the regular
rsent appllenti appllentiR
iHerman Roblnt R bin binaiuked
JMasked aiuked if the thejrk thelerk
lerk jrk at once E
Certainly not
2 ti ftgreomet reement li li5a I
5a ted Union and t
ft It present The
JT 9 tIed agreen ar ar0ttheCenlral
0ttheCenlral lthe Central Fei FeiSopportunity FeOpportunity
Sopportunity Opportunity OpportunityWa ti ti5cuttvBcomml
Wa can only
5cuttvBcomml Ixecutive coinrnl
the Lhounion union W WJnd W4ad
Jnd 4ad it itwili will take takeW takees
es men will not
W PirO there will
Krlker5 Jkers for two twoxtra
The prospect f
pork all along
lzttly be called
ho liaturban liaturbanme
me police were
In extra force b bgo o
to go put hasten Instanlatg hastenomrninjoner
omrninjoner C Cry
ry precatitiou
I riot of any
atg negroes vo were nui l la
At a number numlr7eters c
Sjeters 7eters were w wIf0 wipso
ipso If0 men corn
Sn trike They They can ca
Wians tallansare are idle
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blob ch have be beht bee
bway laborers laborersen
en tranjlatcl tranjlatclie
ie of tlejr ci cisLat
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rae them tl ffl th thcannot
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