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u rectorship to be filled Gen Green Greenwill Greenewill OrceileF
F will either today or very soon send for the theeligible thefJjglble theI
I eligible list from tho Civil Service Commis Commission CommlsIQn CommhPJQfl ¬
sion IQn Thore nro four names on It Capts CaptsWolgand CaptsWel captWoiganci
Wolgand Wel nd and Baldwin and acting actln Inspect Inspectors Inspectors ¬
ors Walsh and AlbertHon Welgand Is Isthe Isthe Isthe
the only veteran and has the preference preferenceV J > roferenoe roferenoeIt
V 1 A t 1ti Walsh I It would wouldget wouldget > ytlH ytlHget
It hall boon supposed that
get the other job A reporter asked Gen OcnGreene GenGreene OenGreene
Greene about the rumor yesterday and got gotthis gotthla gcttht
this tht reply
I Ive seen that in the paper many times timesDont t timesDont ne neDont
Dont be too sure of that You may be besurprised beeurpriCd beSurccrited
surprised Surccrited when the appointments are areExChief aremade aree
made madeExChief
e ExChief Devery was told lost night by bybeen bya
I a SUN reporter that In Inspector pector Croea baa baaheen hadI
I been dismissed and was wa asked what he hethought hetholght heIc
Ic thought about It Itwould ItMVhat itWhat
What do I think thinkV roared Big Bill What Whatwould Whatwould
would any decent d nt man think It Its ItsI s perse persecution r c ccutlon ¬
I T cution and oppression thats what it is isCrosss IsCr08s isCroais
Crosss place was wanted wantt < for some one else elsenn else1IJ1 elsean
nn no matter how they had to get It they theywere theywere theywere
were gain to have it They give him a adirty adirty adirty
dirty deal but a lot more men have got It Itunder ItImder Itunder
under this administration administrationBreaking administrationMBreaking administrationBreakIng
Breaking Cross only makes more work workfor worklor workfor
for the Supremo Court That court has hasupheld hasupheld hasupheld
upheld my way of doing business when I Iwas II
I was Wfl 1 head of tho department and I guess ellll my myway myy in inway
way y was pretty near right Any An man with withto withIpuk wit witI
I a spark of manhood who Is broke by these thtBOretonIleril theseI
I reformers will give them a fight Fight Fightevery Ight Ightem
em every step ot the way an youre oure sum sumto um umt
to t win w eveI Cross will wi fight war em cm I bet bt for he heknows hekows heknows
knows kows hes been bn dono doneJ9ome donoJm dono8om
J9ome 8om one ought to clip Greenes wings wingsby wngR wngRby wingsI
I by Jm bringin brinln an oppression suit III That t would wouldsnow wouldRow wouldshow
snow Row him lm that policemen polOmEn have hlve some 800 rights rightsthat rightsthat rightsthat
that even the head of the force has his got to torespect toI torepect
I respect respectSAW re4pt repectSAW
f Fireman Freman Tboncht Toasht She Shf Wai 8 a Stranter StranterWhen Htrnser Htrnseren StranIerben
4 When ben en Horses Horsr Knocked Jnoekt Her ler Down DownFrederick Donf
f Frederick Feriok Grace a I fireman frlman of Engine EngineCompany EngineCompy EngineCompany
Company Compy 101 while whie standing standig at lt Forty Fortyninth tortynith Fortyninth
ninth nith street stt and Fifth Fith avenue Brooklyn Brooklynyesterday Brokl Brokli Brooklyni
i I yesterday yty morning moring saw a child chid to I danger dangerof
I of being big run rn down by a team of horses horsesattached horsesattached
I t attached to a heavy truck Graco shouted shoutedat
atce at the driver t to stop but the horses hors hit hitthe hl hlte hitthe
the a te child chd knocking koking her into the gutter gutterPatrolman guter guterParolmnn gutterPatrolman
Patrolman Parolmnn Appell of the Fourth avenue avenuestation aenueI
I t i c station store storeGrace stor storei taton carried cred Apl1 the little Itlo one Into Ito a drug drugstore dg dgi drugstore
i I Grace Gr was wa almost prostrated when he hefound hefoud hei
i F found foud that tat the child chid was w his hl threeyear threeyearhim throyear throyearol
had followed followedhim
old daughter Elzbth Elizabeth who tol
ol duhur owe
I street streetThe Itrt streetI him h from fm his hl homo homt at II 52 52 526 Fortyninth Fortyninthstreet Forynlntb ForynlntbItrt FortyninthI
I The child ohld was a badly baly bruised bris She was wasattended wasattended
attended atede by Ambulance Ambullnce Surgeon Surge Day of ofthe ofthe ofI
I the Norwegian Noregian Hospital Hopltl She will wi re recover recve mecove ¬
cover coverBRUTAL cve cveBBUTAL coveBRUTAL
Dnun Duncan Harrison Jarrleon Came From Fron Maine llnf to toAppear toApPNr toAppear
Appear Against lllnl One of Them ThemDuncan Thenii Em EmDunc
i Duncan Dunc B Harrison Harrson the actor came camefrom cameIrom camefrom
from Portland Me Ie to prosecute prolcute Terence TerenceGallagher Tcrenc TeronceGaUagher
Gallagher Gaaher of 101 11 Vernon emon avenue Flatbush FlatbushrT Fatbush Fatbushn
n haka hackman rT charge charged i with jii jiimajs crely cruelty to sal anlo
C o male The case was wai tried trP in Special Ses Sessions Ses1Ion6 Sealons ¬
sions 1Ion6 mas yesterday and Iml Gallagher Gala her SpsI was fined fined2S fne
I 125 2S Harrison Herwn testified ttitcd that on March 19 19wjiile 19wJle 19wjijle
wjiile passing Thirtyfirst Thlrtfrst street stret and Broad Broadway Broady Broadway ¬
way wJle y he pMng saw sw the cabman heat and kick his hishorse hiswr hisrae
horse horseMrs wr rae raeMrs
Mrs Mr Charles Fairchild Farchld of 39 S East Et Thirty Thirtyfirst Thlrt Thlrtfrt Thirtyfirst
first frt street ett also agO was wal a complainant against againstbrutal agant agantI againstI
I f brutal brt cabman cbman Ho was wa George GerJe Reidel Reidelof
i of o 420 421 East Eat Twentyststh street Mrs MI Fair Fairchild Far FarcbUd
cbUd said that on March 13 at Union Square Squareshe Squarehe
I she he saw Md the cabman kick his horse horl a num number numhr numbet ¬
bet hr of tlm tmM Miss IR Sallie Sale Fairchild FII rchld who whowas whoW whowas
was W with wth 1 r mother at the 111 time was a awitness awtns aI
I witness wtns In I tlut th case cRe Reidol was fined fned 10 10 10SSOOOFORA
I St Malachys Ialace Parish Showing How fO1 to nun nunChurch Ru Rua lienf
f a Church Fair Profitably ProfitablyThe lontlbl lontlblTe IrofltabtThe
The Te feature fcatue of the St Malachys Church Churchfair Curch Curcha Churchfair
fair a at the Grand Central CEntral Palace Pliace last lastevening lst lstaeni
4 r evening aeni wax Wa the te appearance of Marie Cahill Cahilland CahU Cahillt
t and several sveral other apprance stage 5age people pple in a vaude vaudeville vaudeuIIe audevle ¬
an ville vle show The biggest bigget crowd of the fair fairwas tar taras fairwas
was as there to see ee it ItB9ro ItBefore i iBefore
Before B9ro e the vaudeville udevtA show Biow which began bla beanlate I Ilate
late lae a doll dol dressed dree by b Miss MIN Cahill Cahi ss a a aminiature amlnlate aminiature
miniature mlnlate Nancy e Brown was W raffled rame It Itwas ItWB Itwas
was WB reported repre that nearly IO 2000 was aB cleared clearedon olee
on that item itemV0 ItemNO
1 M
hollow RoUent Places Pllce Inside Intde the Criminal Crmial Bar BarRemain Oa Liarl
l Remain Void VoidFrequenters Voidt old oldFeuntr
t Frequenters Feuntr of the saloon saon of the Hon HonBig HonBig RonBig
Big Tom Foley Tammany leader leaer of the theSecond theSnd thet5
t5 Second Snd Assembly Ambly district letrct are ar bemoaning bemoaningthe bmoang bmoangthe
r the disappearance dlppranc of the cheese chel and Sara Saratoga Sa Satga Saraf ¬
f toga tga chips ohIs that have 111e graced Iraod his free tre lunch lunchcounter luch luchcutr lunchw
w counter cutr It was Wi good chee chee cheese e and many my a law lawplace lawyer lawJ
J yer pactsll practistng In the Crminal Criminal Courts Buid Buidlng Build Buildsf
sf f log arss across thE the Itrlt Street ha has fle filled a holow holowplac hollow hollowI
I place plac with wt the cheese chese the chips and a drink drinkor drnk drnkor
or two and ad then returned retured refreshed to court courtTUBERCULOSIS curt curtTUDERCUIOIS courti
Dr Lederle Lerle Will I Start tart a Small fmal One on North XortliBrother Xor NorthLiIi
LiIi Brother Island Iland This Summer SummerThe Sunller SunllerThe Suninieri
i p The Board BaId of Healthat Healthlt Healthatitsregular Itsregular Is regular weekly weeklymeeting weeklyUt vekly veklymetig
Ut meeting metig yesterday decided decded to establish eltablsh a atuberculosis atubrouloss aI
I tuberculosis tubrouloss camp cmp on North Brother BrotherIsland DrotherIslad Brotherr
r fd j Island Islad this ths summer The details detals of the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp have not yet been bn arranged arrangedCommissioner arrange
g Commissioner Cmndsloner Loderlo Lterle said ld yesterday yesterdaythat ye8terdaytb yesterdaythat
that tb t tho camp Calp would bu a small mal one and ad that thata
v a few tents tlnt already lready owned owne by tho depart department department departj ¬
j ment would be used usedThere URd URdThere
4 There are no cases cs of smallpox smalpox on the theisjand theI thelajand
isjand I ad at present presentNew prelnt prelntNew presentI
I New Fifth Frh Avenue Annlc Residences nnldenele for or James JamesD Jamr
f f4 D llnRgln llnRglnPlans 11ln 11lnPl IlagginPlans
Plans Pl have been ben filed trd with the Building BuildingBureau Buidig BuidigBuru
fr Bureau Buru for two now private residences reidenc to tobe tob tobe
be b built bult for James B Ha Haln gin one at the thenortheast thenorbet
t northeast norbet comer cmfr of Fifth Fif h avenue a enuo and ane Sixty Sixtythird Slx
ji third thir street stret and the other Immediately Immediatelyadjoining ImmlltEly ImmlltElyadolg Immediatelyadjoining
adjoining adolg It on the avenue ave e on the north northEach northEc northEach
Each Ec is I to be b of five fve stories stolle and basement basementand bement bementand basemontand
and each eob will m have hve a facade fa ade ade of white marble marbleThe mrble mrbleTe marbleThe
The Te corner cmer building buiding is to be Mr Ir Haggins Hagginsown Hggls Hgglsow
home and will be 68 6 feet front
r own ow ad wi b tet on the theavenue theavenue theavenue
avenue avenue and ad 938 feet deep and U I to cot ct
4 1200000 200 The companion compnion residence reldenc will willcost wi willCi
Ci cost COt 100 10 feet 100000 100 deep dep and ad will wi be 32 2 feet front and ad
The Te flrft flt floor for of tho corner corer house will willcontain wi willcontain
contain cntai a large dining dllng room and a reception receptionroom reeption reeptionroom
room on one Hide Ide of the hall and a library
i opnig oenin opening into a billiard biird room hal on the Llrar other
Alongside AlongsldE A a Bgrnd grand Htairca ttalr c will wi be b a private privateoffice privateoffice
prvate prvateomo
office omo On opposite oppsltt side lde of the hall hal on the thenocond thef thesecond
second f OncHtor story will wi ho > a grand Irnd salon and a aHiimller
i Hiimller Hlllier assembly 8sombly a chamber chambr and a ballroom ballroomwith
5 i4 with 111 a reception parlor adjoining ajolnln ajolnlnTe
The Te architects arhiect A are Copelaud Cop fa ld 4 Dole DoleThree DoleI DoleJ
Three rel Jersey Jlne Governors Cnvmon at a Dinner DinnerHACKENSACK DInnerkC Dinnerc
c t kC g HACKENSACK N J May lay 8 1Wllam 1WllamJohlsn 0William William WilliamJohnson
ri I Johnson Johlsn former First FrRt Assistant A6lsnnt Post PostmasterGeneral Poetm PostM ¬
M masterGeneral m terGenera gave a dinner for Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeJUFtce SupremeCourt
Court Justice JUFtce Mahlon Pitney this evening
b Among the guests were Gov GO Murphy Iurhy ex exGov exGv exI
I Gov Gv by Griggs Grgg exGov Voorhees Voorhe Chief Chet Jus Justice Jueto Justice ¬
tice to Gummere Justice Jonathan Dixon DixonI
I Justice Juetle J Frank Fort ViceChancellor ViceChancellorStevenson VicChanclor VicChanclorRtven8l
1 Stevenson Rtven8l United Unite States Senator Snator Kean KeanCongressman KeanCongfma KeanIi
Ii Congressman Congfma Fowler FoItr Congressman ConjreMma Parker Parkerand Parkerand
and McCarter McCarterThe McCarterj
I AttorneyGeneral ot toreyGeneral IcCer IcCere
j The e Dahl Get ailKOO 1150 for Trolley Toley Mishap MishapAnna Mishapt Uhp UhpAnn
t Ji Anna Ann Dals Dahls obtained obtaie a verdict verct of 12000 12000yesterday 120 l2ot
t yesterday terday in tho Supreme Suprme Court In Brook Brooklyn Brok Brokly Brookiyn
lyn ly In her hert suit against aganst the Brooklyn Brkl Heights HeightsRailroad Helght8Riroad HeightsI
I Railroad Riroad Company for Injuries Injurel received reive In Ina Ina ina
a trolley trley accident acident on Dec De 7 1801 101 She Shewas SheWal Sher
r was Wal in a covered cercd wagon with wlb five fve other otherpersons other1d
1d t persons prll when a trolley troley car cr struck strck and andoverturned Id Idovrure andp
p I i overturned ovrure it at Fulton Fulon street Rtret and Stone Stoneavenue Stne Stnea Stoneavenue
avenue a oue Gustav GUlta Dahl the wdmans bus hUf busI ¬
I r i band bnd also all sued fUe the company for the loss lossof 10MIf lossrb
rb of If his I I wife wlref s services NfiC cmpy and got a verdict of ofstrcngl
116 116Stnn
Straneled Stnn le by b a Chicken Cleken Bone BoneCHARLOTTE DonEIARLTE Bonet
t CHARLOTTE IARLTE N C May ar 0 6Mrs Mrs lrs F Leo L of
Buffalo BuJalo N Y dlod Ur In this city cty today tl from fromstrangulation fromr fromt
t r strangulation Htrngulatlol caused cauH by a chicken bone bne that thatl
l lodged lod t < in her throat throat Mr Mrs f 1 Lee L with wih her
husband husblUd was Wion on her hlr way home from rein Florida
The chicken bone hon l became > ecamp fixed fixe In Ir her htr throat throatwhile throt throatwhile
k while hIE she he was wa on o a Pullman Pulman car r yesterday yesterdayoseded Pterday
She was a brought her hero and phlclal physicians sue succ sueosied
oseded c Il1 in removing rmovln the thE bone bonl but at once On01
her throat became 1KltA 11 ai > InfiamP inflamed that die diennulfl iduI h hnuld
I nnulfl not breathe hrPIIIA hrPIIIAt breatheL
Member Membn of the Association AloelatO Dont Dt Think Thinkthe Thinkthe
the Strike tre Had Ha Anything Ac to Do Will WillIt Wih WihIttrt WithItStarted
It Ittrt ItStarted Started for Oreenpolnt Greenplnt on Union VnlraBulneM UnionBoslnessOenerat
BulneM DONOenel BoslnessOenerat General Alarm Arm Sent Out OutA Ou OuA outA
A C Kolb of 431 East Est Fiftyfirst Fftfnt street streetwent strt strtwent streetwent
went to t Police Polc Headquarters Uedqurr last lat night nightand nght nghtand nightand
alarm be sent sentout sentout sentout
and asked aske that t a general genera 11orm b
A Kolb seers secretary seerstary ¬
out for his hs brother brther George Gerge Ir
tary tar and ad business busne manager maagr of the Marino MarinoEngineers Mrino MrinoEgner MarineEngineers
Engineers Benevolent Bnevolent Association AssIation some someof Bre Breot someof
of Egner whoso whos members member aro now on strike Kolb Kolbhas K Kolbhas lb lbh
has h been bn missing mselng since sinc Monday accord accordIng acord acordIng accordlag
Ing to his brother and his hs family faiy have havobeen haebn havebeen
been bn unable to get any trace tr of him He Helives HeIV0 HelIves
lives IV0 at 321 East Et Thirtyfifth Thirtyfth street streetKolb strt strtKolb streetKoib
Kolb left lett his hil home ho e about abut 1 oclock ocok on onMonday onMonday onMonday
Monday afternoon attroon saying he was going goingto
business Myng He didnt re return return ¬
to Greenpoint Grnplnt on bUlines ddnt r rtur
turn tur home that night nightAt nightAt nightAt
At the headquarters of the Marino Main En Engineers EnglnCr Englneers ¬
gineers glnCr Association 283 28 Hudson street streetIt
It was said Iald Ascaton last lat night that Mr MI Kolb had hadnot hadDot hadnot
not handled handed the funds of the association associationand a solatloD solatloDand
and that his account acut wero all al straight straightHe traght traghtHe
He was wa at lt the associations lolaUons headquar headquarters ¬
ters on Monday morning mornng attended ateuded to a agreat agrt agreat
great grt deal of business bUllnes and auleft left at noon to togo togo togo
go to his homo bore for luncheon hmchen At 130 oclock oclockhe ocock ocockhe
he telephoned telephone from near his home to the theother theother theother
other members of the general committee committeewho cmmte cmmtewho coniniitteewho
who were waiting watlng for him hm at their head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters and ad said Id that he was wa going to toOreonpolnt toCrenpolnt toGreonpoint
Oreonpolnt Crenpolnt on Important business buslne in con connection connetion connection ¬
nection netion with their difficulties difficultiesHe dlfclles dlfcllesHe
He did not say sy what the nature nature of his hiserrand hl hlerd hiserrand
errand erd was or just where ho was waE going goig In InGreenpoint inGrnplnt inGreenpoint
Greenpoint Grnplnt When ho did not turn up upfor uptal lipfor
for tal the meeting metng on Monday night his as associates a asocate assoclatea ¬
sociates socate became worried woried and sent hnt to his hishome hishome hishome
home He HI had not returned there thereWhen thereWhen thereWhen
When it wad learned learnd on Tuesday that he hehad hehd hehad
had hd been n away from home all I Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight Iondaynlgbt
night members mAmbr of o the association 10clation were werocent werent woresent
cent nt to t Greenpoint Grnplnt in i the hope hol that some sometrace soml somltrc seinetrace
trace trc of him hi might be b found Their search searchwas earchwa searchwas
was wa vain and they then thll went to Polico PolicoHeadquarters PolicoHeadquarters
Headquarters Headquarter and reported rprte the matter matterrequesting nlatcr nlatcrrquCtlg matterrequesting
requesting rquCtlg that no alarm be h sent out in inorder Inomlr inorder
order omlr to keep kep It from being bing made public publicWhen publc publcWhen publicWhen
When Mr Kolb had not returnee rturnea last lastnight lat latnlgbt instnight
night his brother insisted that the alarm alarmbe atar alarmbe
be b sent snt out outMr out outMr
Mr Kolb is married Irle and has ha no children childrenIt cbldren cbldrenI
It I wan Wa said that he had never staved stave away
from frm home overnight before btore and that lie lieis heis lieis
is not a drinking drking man He Is II 6 feet f t 2 2Inches 2Inche 2inches
Inches Inche In height and built buit in proportion proportionThe
proprton proprtonThe
The members membf of the association aolaton do not notthink notthin notthink
think thin that tat the strike trko could culd have had any anything anrtlng anything ¬
thing tlng to do with wth his disappearance dlspparanoe and as asfar a asfar
far a I as they or the members mmor of his family famly
know Kofb had no personal pronal enemies enemiesMrs enemie enemiesMrs
Mrs 1 Kolb raid last 1at night that up to Sun Sunday SUI Sunday ¬
day the day before btor her husband husbd disap disappeared dhap dhappar disappeared ¬
peared he was wa rather rther gloomy about the theoutcome theoutcome theoutcome
par outcome of the tht strike On Monday how however ho hoper however ¬
ever lie was 1 more cheerful cherfl and confid cnfd confident confidentthat nt ntthat n
that the engineers englor would win wi When he heleft heleft heleft
left home ho said he wpuld lld be b back bci in time timefor timefor timefor
for dinner dinnerMrs dinnerr dinnerMrs
Mrs r Kolb 1olb says that tat her husband hWbandwa was an onen anen anenign
en enign ign on the pay Panther during durg the Spanish SpanishAmerican Spnlh SpnlhAmercn Spanishmerican
American Amercn War and later was wa first frt at slttant BSt wsktantengineer slttantengineer tat tatInglrr
engineer Inglrr on the thl transport trmport Grant and ad chief chiefengineer chlelpngler chiefengineer
engineer pngler man on the transports tfprs Logon Lg and ad Sher Sherman Sherman Sherman ¬
manA A C Kolb 1olb had an a idea Ide last night that his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother might have hav been bn shanghaied shanghaiedHo shanghall
Ho also al o raid falc The Te employers association associationmay aBolaton aBolatonmav asociationmay
may have got ot him out of the way wa but I do donot donothln 10 10not
not nothln think so as a the feeling felig was not so bitter bitteras biter biterM bitterasailthat
as M asailthat asailthatMr all al that thatMr thatMr
Mr Kolb 1olb is a marine mrlnE engineer but for forsix forx fortix
six x months montl has hDldon hasdone done nothing nothngDutact nothJngbutactss EnlneEr nut act SB le busi business bu buslflees l lnp ¬
ness np manager mAMgfr of the association ellatlon He hod hodabout hodAbut hadabout
about Abut 130 30 or 40 o on his hi person ln at the tune tie of ofMs oths ofhis
Ms hs disappearance dlepJranc and the th members mmbr of the theassociation the8claton theassociation
association 8claton hardly hrdlytln bnrdlythink think n he has Is been bn way ¬
laid and robbed robbedOne rb robbedOne d dOM
One man mn n at the headquarters hedqurer headquarteraofthe of o tbe thE As Association Uecltlon asenciation ¬
sociation ecltlon suggested last Ilst night nlh that Krlb Krlbmight Kelb Kelbrlht KeIbmight
might rlht have havE gone on some re tugboat in Gteen Gteenpoint Glen Glenpint Oteenpoint
point pint to try tr gnp and Influence Infuenr some r one to quit quitwork qwtwork quitwork
work and then been bn spirited spiried away and andkidnapped andIddMppd andkidnnpped
kidnapped IddMppd by the opposition oppsition The Te officers officersand ofcl officersand
and committee cmmitee members membrs said id that sug suggestion eugslton suggestion ¬
gestion slton was wie foolish foolishAccording toolsh toolshAcring foolishAccording
According Acring to the police plc alarm alar Kolb has haslight hMl haslight
light l ht hair har and a heavy sandy sdy mustache mustacheSeveral mustachSverl mustacheSeveral
Several Sverl of his hA teeth toth on the upper up r jaw have havebeen havebn havebeen
been bn filled fled with wih gold and on his left Iltt arm ar are aretatooed aretlto aretatnoed
tatooed a cross cro s and heart He wore a adark adark adark
dark tlto suit a dark gray overcoat mercat and a black blackfedora bl3ckfeor blackfedora
fedora feor hat He ha nod on openfaced olnIac gold goldwatch goldwatch goldwatch
watch with wth his hl initials Iniials on it I He also had hadhis hadhis hadhis
his initials Initias on his shirt shrt In his aR pockets pocketswhen pocketwhen pocketswhen
when ho left home were many papers and anddocuments anddocuments anddocuments
documents relating to the association associationWOMEN Rcation RcationTOUEN associationWOVEN
Said He le Was 1al Brutal Dral In Stopping a Flht Flhtat F5ht F5htat Fiihtat
at Savoy SOWooldnt SavoyWouldnt Wouldnt Go to Court CourtRoundsman Cout CoutRoundslm CourtRoundsinan
Roundsman Roundslm Faulkner of the East E1t Fifty Fiftythird Fity Fitythird Fiftythird
third street station Btaton In stopping a fight fightyesterday fght fghtyestcrda fightyesterday
yesterday morning moring at the Fiftyninth street streetentrance streetentrance trpetIntranc
entrance Intranc of the Hotel Savoy SIYoy roused the thewrath theTath thowrath
wrath of the bystanders bretandCls among whom whomwere whomwee whomwere
were wee a number numor of fashionably dressed dressedwomen dre6d dre6dwomen dressedwomen
women womenTho womenThe womenThe
The fight fght was between btwcn Charles Carles Berger Borgerwitz Brgpr Brgprwlz Bergerwitz
witz wlz an expressman exprC8man and John Mullen Iulen a aSavoy aSavoy aSavoy
Savoy porter prter The Te porter prter threw thre a box boxwhich boxwWch boxwhich
which Bergerwitz rgrtz had delivered delvrred off of a 1 freight freightelevator tflght tflghtelemtor freightelevator
elevator in order to give preference prerenc to a atrunk atrn atrunk
trunk trn and the men clinched clnched As they theywere theywere theywere
were struggling strgglng Faulkner according nccrdlng to toseveral tosveral toseveral
several sveral accounts but not his hiI hi own came cameup cameup caineup
up and gave tho expressmrm exprlllmr a a I fist fst blow blowwhich blowwhich blowwhich
which dropped droppd him Bergerwitz rglrwilz pulled pulledtho puled puledtho pulledthe
tho porter prter over with wth him and when ho hofailed hetaied hafailed
failed taied to let go g the roundsman roundsmn say 8Y tho thowitnesses thowtneMs fluewitnesses
witnesses wtneMs kicked Bergerwitz Bergerlz in the Ride Rideuntil sideuti id iduntil
until uti his grip relaxed relaxedThere relaed relaedThere relaxedThere
There was WIS a torrent torent of protests from the thecrowd thecro thecrowd
cro crowd d and among the bitterest biterest deuncla deunclations deunclatol deunciations
tol tions were wer those thos from a group gup of women womenguests womengests womenguests
guests gests of the hotel who had seen sn the affair affairfrom afair afairfrm affairfrom
from frm tho side Ide entrance entranc Several Seral of them themexcitedly themocledly themexcitedly
excitedly ocledly called rled out to the policeman pol emn to tostop toSlop tostop
stop ana and cried rle Shame A woman womn jumped jumpedfrom jumpedfrom
from a passing street strot car with wih other othorpsn othorpsnger otherpassen otherpassengems jumpd jumpdfrom passen passengers ¬
gems ger and running up to Faulkner de denounced denouncrd denounced ¬
nounced him BS S a brute A hnckman hnckmanshook hackan hackanshork hnckmanshook
shook his fist fIt under the roundsmans rundsmans nose noseand nos noseand
and threatened to lick him hm on tho spot spotWhile spotWhile
While Whie this th was going goig on Faulkner Fal ker p tried triedto tre triedto
to lift 1t the expressman nxrman to his hl feet but the theman thema theman
man ma collapsed cllpd and an al ambulance ambl nno was as sent nt
for The Te ambulance ambulac doctor docor said sid Berger Bergerwitz Brger forgerwitz ¬
witz itz had hd a contusion contusionofthesideand of the side Ilde and hetook he took
him to the police poloe station whero Faulkner Faulknercharged Faulklerchargd Faulknercharged
charged chargd both btb the expressman expr8man and Mullen Mullenwith Mulen Mulenwith Mullenwith
with fighting fghting The Te two were fined fe 3 each
In YorkvUle YorkyUe court courtSeveral cur courtSeveral
Several Seral of the women who saw IW the trouble troubleat
at the Savoy 51oy had b threatened tbratened to go to t court courtto courtto
to make a complaint against agai lt the policeman cour
but none did dtdancl and ad all al refused rtu to t pleman give their theirnames theirlamlS theiritames
names lamlS to a man mn from Atlanta Atanta who got out outu
u notebook notbook and wanted wante them to do some something something ¬
sme smething
thing to have ba Faulkner Fnuker punished puished
Faulkner Fauler denied having havig treated trted forger Borgcrwltz Brgcr Brgcrwlz forgerwita
wltz wlz brutally brtaly I had ha to use U him some somewhat smc smcwhat somewhat ¬
what roughly to t make him h let Jt go he said
last lat night Mhut but I dont remember striking
him hl8id himand and I certainly crtaily didnt rmembr kick him himLaid hi hiLid lilaLaid Itrlkg
Laid Lid Hli Is IIl Head on Railroad Rtroad Track TrackPATERSON Trk TrkPATERSON TrackPATERSoN
PATERSON PATERSON N J May e eAn An unknown ukown ukownm unknownman j
man m walked walke upon tho Susquehanna SusquchannaRailroad Susuehanna SusuehannaRiro SusquehannaRailroad
Railroad Riro bridge brdge br Idge spanning epang the Passaic PassolcRiver Pac PacRlyer PassaicRiver
River at Cedar Cear Lawn Lw this tWI afternoon atron at atoclock 2 2oclock 2ocok
oclock ocok When n westbound wOtbud coal c train trn ap apprche appreached p pproached
preached prche the man m lay down dow on the tht tracks tracksresting trackretng tracksresting
resting retng his h8 head he upon lpon ono of the rails rals
The locomotive lomotve swept tho man mn into tho thoriver thoriver theriver
river and ad he sunk before bfore he could be b reached reche
He was W1 about 50 5 yer8 years old His hair har was wasgray WB wasgray
and his clothing of black mixed
gray hil ml11 ma material m matonal ¬
tonal terialState tEral tEralHtate tonalState
State Prison Plon for Insurance In urnc Swindler SwindlerJoseph Sn1ndJrrJOtph Si1ndltrJoseph
Joseph Trapani the Italian Italan insurance insuranceswindler Infuranco Infurancoewidler insuranceswindler
swindler ewidler was wa sent lnt to State prison prHn yester yesterday Ylller Ylllerra yesterday ¬
day ra by b Justice JUltc Scott In the criminal crminal branch branchof brnch
of the tht Supremu Suprmo Court ur for an indeterminate indeterminatesentence Indel Indetermi > rmllali tints tintssentence
sentence Intenc of from froll two yearn paf to two years yearsand yparsInd yearsstud I
and Ind eight elfht months monthsf monthsI
f T I I
f v r rmofal
I Removal mofal Notice NoticeAlfred Notie NotieedU WoticeAlfred
Alfred edU H Smith SmithCo SmithCoIprl Co CoImporting CoImporting
Importing Iprl Merchants Mc bal In InOriental I IOriental InOriental
Oriental Pearls Pearlsand Pear1Rare
and andRare adRare
Rare Gems GemsAnnovnce Gms GmsADOvCC GcmsAiuIovncc
Annovnce ADOvCC to t the te Trade Tde their tei rc removal rcmovllo rcmovI ¬
moval movllo from 182 1 Broadway Brodwy alter alteran afer afera Mtern
an a n occupancy ocupncy of 21 years to tot
170 t 70 Broadway BroadwayComer
Comer Crer o 01 Maiden Mlldcwc MlldcwcBers Lane LaneBuyers LneDuycrs
Buyers Bers abroad IbrOd are Irclvled nieinvilcd Invited to ovr ovrLondon ovrLdo ourLondon
London Ldo Offlce oce 6 Hoiborn Uolbr Viaduct ViaductnAlLIXG Vilduct VilductULIXG VlnduciW4LIVG
And Cherry Cherr Hill 11 hulls Is KeeplnB IU J Ills 8Uyrr 8UyrrSafe 8IaerSafe ShaerSafe
Safe for Its Il Own 011 Kind of Vengeance VengeanceThere fnseanee fnseaneeTbere eneanee eneaneeThere
There was hs as a wake ake last night over Tommy TommyMcMahon TommyMcMahon TommyMcMahon
McMahon who was 8E killed kied on Tuesday In InCherry InCherr inCherry
Cherry Cherr Hill Hi Gap by b Paddy Iadd Shea SheaMeMalions Sho SheaMeMahiotus
MeMalions lc1ahol8 body boy lay In II a broadcloth broadclothlined hroadcoth hroadcothll broadclothlined
lined ll coffin cof on the second lecond floor foor of the tene tenement tenement tonemeet ¬
ment at It 11 1 Hamilton Hamiton street trt where wherE ho had hadlived hadled hadlived
lived led with wih his bit eighteenyearold clghtenearolc bride brideTheir hre hreTeir brideTheir
Their Teir relatives relatl and friends attended nttclded the thewake thewake thewake
wake In force toro So 8 did a I squad Aqud of police policemen polc polcmen policemen ¬
men for or fear tor there might bo trouble but butthere butthere butthere
there was none Threats Threatsagninat against Shea who whohas whohas whohas
has not been ben caught rught yet were heard hear hut butthey hutthey hutthey
they were WlrE expressed pxpfsspd in hallways haUarf and side siderooms siderooms Ide Iderooms
rooms Around Arolnd the bier was only oily lamenta lamentation lamentation lamentation ¬
tion tionThe
The old women of the neighborhood who whohad whohad ho hohad
had known knwn the McMahons during durng their theirtwentyflveyears theirtentyfveyerf theirtwentyfiveyears
twentyflveyears tentyfveyerf residence residenc in the t ho Seventh Seventhward Svent Sevont h hwar hward
ward war cat It around arund tho coffin cofn keening kening over overthe overthe overthe
the fate of Tom McMahon In old country countryfashion coutry coutrytashon countryfashion
fashion tashon Everybody Eeryboy agreed agre that he was a afine ate afine
fine te strip of a lad who neverdeserved neverdCno the thofate thetate thefate
fate that belch bf1 him hm He was never arrested arresteda arrelte
a fcot t ot commented cmmente on as on I especial egplal mark markof markot markof
of distinction distinctionMoMabons distncton distinctionMoMahons
MoMabons friends declaro that he wa wamurdered wamurdered wamurdered
murdered in a most cowardly cowardl manner mannerCapt mannerCapt mannerCapt
Capt Hod Hodgins gins of the Madison Madlfn street sta station etatlon station ¬
tion has hl secured lcurd several veral witnesses wltncf8 who whosay whoIY whosay
say IY that Shea approached approachE McMahon from frombehind trombhind frombehind
behind bhind and grouping gralpinghim him by the neck neckpushed nck nckpushedtbe neckpushed
pushed pushedtbe the revolver into his mouth Two Twoof Twoat Twoof
of these the8wlneMA witnesses were taken to the KSSCX KSSCXMarket JIX JIXIarket LssoxMarket
Market police plce court curt yesterday p tcrdar hut wore worereleased wer werereleased
released relesd on their promise promll to appear when whenwanted whenwanted hen henwantEd
wanted wantedIndignation wantEd wantEdIndlntlon wantedIndignation appar
Indignation Indlntlon against againt Shea around Cherry Cherr
Hill Hiis is intense Intenl But those thol who are shouting shoutingthe
the loudest against him are unwilling unwiing to tofive toghe togive
five tho police plc aqycluo 8Iycluoto to his h1 whereabouts wheresboutsThey whereboutsTbey whereaboutsThey
They say 5Y that the law was too to slow in Now NowYork NowYork NowYork
York and its bettor bHtoranyw anyway to let the thematter tbemater thematter
matter mater drop until unli such time asMcMahons asMcMahonsfriends 18 ssMeMahonsfriends Mc hons honstriemj8
friends can secure cure satisfaction llRtlcton in their theirown thplrownWY theirown
own ownWY way
The young mister of the widow spoke epokefor spoketor spokefor
for her herll last t night while hlA the women were werewailing wrre werewailing
wailing amn around the coffin coffinPaddy coffinPaddy
cofn cofnPacd
Paddy Pacd Shea Shel who the said f aid Mwl will get whats whatscoming whatscoming hlt8 hlt8rDln
coming rDln to him for thi this After all nI please pleaseGod pleae pleaeGod pleaseGod
God its better beter that Tommys lying here herenow herenow herenow
now than that he might IK li charged chargl with withbeing withblnl withbeIng
being a murderer murderr hinvelf hlmelt and if Paddy Pad Paddybhea Paddybheahadn Shea Sheahadn Sheahan
hadn blnl han t killed kil1 Tommy but blt had ha onlywounded onlywoundedhim onlywoundli onlywoundlihim only wounded woundedhim
him I know ko that tat Tommy would finish finishShea fnl finishShea h hShca
Shea SheaCapt ShcaCapt SheaCapt
Capt Hodgins raid that all al the efforts erorl of ofhis athis ofhis
his detectives deelvC Hognf had failed taie to locate lote the mar murderer mu mardonor ¬
donor derr becaufe bame paid f aid thecaptain the cata he is isbeing I Isbeing
being I ing protected prote by those thOewho whowant at to save savehim savehim aeblm
him from the police Jlce t fO o thatthey tht they can cn wreak wreaktheir wrek wrektheir wreaktheir
their own ow peculiar pulir kind kd of vengeance on onhim onhim onhim
him There Ter is L no question quetlon vtnganc but that he heis hel heis
is l in i the city ctyand and in I the neighborhood neighborhoodMISQUOTED neighbrho neighbrho1ISUOTED neighborhoodMISQUOTED
Wnmt bat He le Said at t Southampton Sothampton About AboutNewspapers Abat Abatewlpapfr AboutNewspapers
Newspapers ewlpapfr and the Philippine PhilippineBrigOen PlpplnN PlpplnNBrgGen PhilippinesBrigGen
BrigOen BrgGen J Franklin Frnnkll Bell 1 Commandant Commandantof Commnndat Commnndatot
of the General Genera Service Snic and Staff Stf College Collegeat Colege Colegeat
at Fort For Leavenworth Laenworh Kan who has a been beenreturning be beenreturning < n nreturning
returning by easy stages ttagPI from trm his former formerpost tonntr tonntrpM formerpost
post in the tho Philippines Phlpplnel got here yesterday yesterdayby
pM by tho Kronprinz Krnprnz WI Wilhelm hlm Ho said sid he hehud hehad hehad
had been ln misquoted mllquotl by lntprvlevef interviewers who whoaw whotaw whosaw
taw saw aw him just before for he sailed Mlr from frm South Southampton Suth Suthampton Southampton ¬
ampton Ho could Culd not discuss dIRu Gen Miless Milessreport Miess Miessreport MIlessreport
report report as 111 it wasnt wlnt his hi duty or his hs business businessThut bUllnp bUllnpThut businesslhut
Thut pirt of the Interview Intelvlew sent here herewhich herewhich lucrewhich
which infers Infll that I deplored ceplofd the t he tone of ofAmerican otAmerican ofAmerican
American editorial editorRI comment on the conduct conductsaid cndlct cndlctof conductof
of our army In the Phlpplnc Philippines Gen 11 Boll Bollsaid
said Ilr MIl is false tnls What I did say HY y was that the theeditorial theIltoral theeditorial
editorial Iltoral talk in the London Lndon papers pprRnot pprRnotthe papersnot papersnotthe not notthe
the American press prlAsto pressto to the effect etecl that the thoconduct theconduct theconduct
conduct mercn of the army amI In the Philippines Philippineshad Phllpplnl
had been beu characterized charcter7Rd by b brutality hnlltli wan wanundoubtedly waAundoubtElr wasundoubtedly
undoubtedly undoubtElr inspired IIph by misapprehension misapprehensionI lon lonI
I did not refer rcnr to the American AmerIcn press pfA nt t all allAH al allAs
AH Af a public publr servant 6rvant I am not nt ft liberty Ibert to todiscuss todlbCUf toiliscuss
discuss dlbCUf the Philippine Philppine situation situationREFORM sltlaton sltlatonRElOR situationREFORI1
Out Backed Uaekr by b Omaha Omaa Business Duslne Men MenHe Menlie Ien Ienle
He le Polled Iolld a alAr targe Vote VoteOMAIIA VoleOsuas ote oteOMARA
OMAIIA May ar 8 6Te 8The The members memb of tho thoOmaha thoOmaha theOmaha
Omaha Business Mens Association AAcaton who whoare whoarc whoare
are righting fghting the unions are bitterly hlterly dis disappointed di diiiappointed ¬
appointed Ipplntcc at the result rlllt of the municipal municipalelection mldcpal mldcpalelpcllon mmuiicipalelection
election in Omaha yesterday ycSlerdn as at E A ABenson ADnru ABenson
Benson Dnru the candidate cacldal for Mayor indorsed indorsedby Indofd Indofdby
by the association a lcatlon irrespective Irrspcte of party partywas part partwas partywas
was defeated by the regular Republican Republicannominee Repuhlcan Repuhlcannomll Republicannominee
nominee nomll Frank E Moore More by 1000 10otes 10otesr 1000votes 1000votesMr votes
Sir r Benson Dnlon was run as an independent independentcandidate Indepndent Indepndentandldate independentcandidate
candidate Ho was af nominated by halters boltersfrom bolef haltersfrom
from the regular ffgulr Republican RJ > ublkan convention conventionbut conventon conventonbut
but was W indorsed Indord by the thE association acitlon The Theheavy Te Teha7 Theheavy
heavy vote polled pled by Benson Bnson shows the theenrnesthess theeame6theN theeamnesthess
enrnesthess eame6theN with which whlrh the business bUIIre R men menaro menar menare
are ar In I city cty politics poltic their candidate candidte receiving receivinga reflvlng reflvlnga
a larger vote than the regular rgular Democratic Democraticnominee Democrato Democratonomine Democraticnominee
nominee nomineeThe nomine nomineeThe
The defeated candidate today issued a acard acrd acard
card crd saying Mlg the business bUleN men were wErt in poll politics pl polltIcs ¬
tics tic to t stay Bta and to make Omaha Omah a 1 city cty with without wilhout whImout ¬
PROHIBITIONISTS PROHIDTIS7S STEP i iMississippi IY IYlellllppl INMiceIssippi
Mississippi lellllppl Democrati UfmoerU Alarmed Aarmer at a New NewCampaign NewCanipalgn f1
Campaign Campll Tarn TarnNEW Tm TmNEW TurnNEs
NEW ORLEANS La L May fr 6 eAII As expected expectedthe epted eptedthe
the Prohibitionists Prohlbllon t have hle gone into the thoMississippi thelssl8lppl theMississippi
Mississippi lssl8lppl State Statf campaign Tho Demo Democratic Democrtc Demoematic ¬
cratic crtc candidates candidate have been bpn afraid of this thisand tb tbnnd thisand
and have hl 0 done don all al in their power to prevent preventit preenti
it i Tho Prohibition ProhIbiion State Executive Exeuthe Com Committee Cornmhttee om ommtE ¬
mittee mtE has issued l sue an address addre8 to the voters votersasking yoter votersasking
Iklhg asking them t to vote ot only for candidates for fortho tortho forthe
tho Legislature LgiHlaturf who favor the submission submissionof 6ubmllion 6ubmllionot
of a prohibition constitutional cOOttutlonal amendment amendmentto
to the popular ppular vote Where there aro no noProhibition noProhibition noProhibition
Prohibition candidates cndldntC In a county cOlnt the theProhibitionists thePrhlbltonlAtf timeProhibltlonistu
Prohibitionists PrhlbltonlAtf are called cIP on to put ono in intho Intho inthr
tho field fieldTho feld feldTho fieldTue
Tho Mississippi Women WomrnI s Christian Chrftlan Tem Temperance Tfmrano TVmperance ¬
perance rano Union has ha also ailo declared dllared in favor favorof
of the enactment of a law la again aglln 1 child chid
labor All Al candidates cnddatE will wi be asked a kcd to todeclare todflaro todeclare
declare dflaro against granting grnting liquor Iqlor licenses licensesand IcelI licensesand
and against child chid labor laborDived labornhe laborIlsed
Dived nhe Under tnder Splice lplr to Save ne Boy HoyNineyearold 11 BoyNineyearold
Nineyearold August Welsch WeLh of Ho Hoboken Io Iobkon iToboken
boken bkon was waf playing playng hoo holey hookey < ey with wih a half halfdozen hal halfclown
dozen dozn of his chums chuml on the Pocahontas Pohonta coal coaldock coaldock a
dock dok in Inlhat that city cty yesterday yeterda when an alarm Ilarm Ilarmthat alarmthat j
that a 1 truant trant officer ofcr was wa coining cOlln comingwas was wa raised raisedIn mlh I IIn
In attempting aUemptlng to toPatrick got awa away Weh tel fell from fromtime I II
I time ho dok lock and Ink sank under n raft ot fpliR fpliRPalrcl pllss pllssIntnick
Patrick Palrcl Goodo a shoveller hovller employed on onboard onI
I he dock tW saw t be boy fall al and jumped over
board brd to rescue reSIA him The Thl Ixiv Ilv jumN didnt rise risennd rM rMnnd riseand
nnd Goode Gop had to dive under undll1 undertha thn raft three thrvetimes thno threetimes
times t hnrl before ho succeeded fuCle in bringing
him to the surface turtR Both Bth wore wPn drawn brlnjlng to tothe tothe tothe
the dock dok by workmen workmenr
Taken Tkfn Off 0 the Drier Drl lie ledeTfrre deTerre Jienve JienveWhich Nfan NfanWle NenetThch
Which Wle the Same Sme Storm orm Disabled Deable That Thatplimaited ThatDhsmaited at atDimalte
plimaited Dimalte the sirter 81terShlp1lre SIsterhIpThree Ship Three Men MenLoif MenLos
L Los Loif Before Deore the Reieucr Itccn Arrived ArrivedAfJster ArrivedAelater rhr rhrAlter
AfJster Alter ship Ihlp to t the te Sans Bns SoucI 8uo S uci the French Frenchfisherman Frch Frchfehorm Frenchfisherman
fisherman fehorm whose whos crew crew of tRIxtyfve sixtyfive men menwas monW menwas
was W S landed lade here on Monday Mond y has ha been beenabandoned heenabadone beenabandoned
abandoned abadone to Davy DavJonel Jones In pretty nearly nearlythe nearlythe nearlythe
the same se spot ept and ad one day ay later Twenty Twentythree Twentythre Twentythree
three thre of her crew were landed lande here yester yesterday yesterclay ster sterday ¬
day She had ha lost three tbrempn tbrempnVenCpt threomen threomenWhen men menWhen
When VenCpt Cfcpt Bernhard Dmhard Schierhorst Sclerhot of the thebig thebig thebig
big oil 01 oilcarrier > carrier carier Phoebus Ph bus in yesterday from fromHamburg tromHaburg fromHamburg
Hamburg Haburg saw sw a I glow lowlying on a atroubled ntrouble atroubled
troubled trouble spa msma a through a rainpermeated ranpreat gale galetwo galetwo galetwo
two hours hour before bfor dawn In midAtlantic midAtlanticon mdAtlantic mdAtlanticon
on April Aprl 20 O ho thought at first fft there was wal a aship ftship
ship afire afre in his course courseHo curl courseHo
Ho bore bre down on the glow glo and found the thelittle theltle thelittle
little ltle French fishing fRhlng brig hr Ilu do Tent Neuve Neuvedismantled XeuvAcsmnt Neuedismantled
dismantled csmnt d and heavily heavl listed lst fd rolling rolng In luthe IntbE Inthe
the tbE trough troughHe troughHe troughHe
He went close clo to windward of the wreck wreckand wreckand vrek vrekad
and ad shouted Ihoute down the gale that h hf hs would wouldstand wouldstand wouldstand
stand by Then he called caled for volunteers volunteersto oluntuerl
to man mana a lifeboat lfebat an at it was apparent appren by bythe bythe bytIme
the signal fires frM aboard the brig hrg that all ni her herdories herdories herdories
dories had hld been r carried awny awnyNearly awarNearly ans ansNearly
Nearly tho whole holo ships I p company ompny vol volunteered volunteered 1 1untored ¬
unteered untored Chief Officer Ofcer Hoclifeldt Hehfeldt selected selectedAble selectedAble electedAhle
Able Seamen Sempn Wewtra Weber Wobr Schaerpen Schaerpenand Shaertn Shaertnaod
and Kunarth Kunarh The To waves WIe then tl1n acre wtro too tooriotous tooriotous
riotous to permit permi thin lifeboat Ifehoat to go along alongside alongRide alotigside ¬
side the dismantled dismantle craft raft whose crew of oftventythree atentythr ofbventythree
tventythree entythr men 111 were huddled hlccled aft af the thelorward thetorward timelorward
merged mergedThe lorward part pr of her being bing almost Il sub submerged mbmerged submergel ¬
The German bouts batl boat s crew crw flung flng lines Ineslharr aboard aboardthe aboardthe
the wreck wrek and BX tlx six of ofthl tho t he Frenchmen grabbed grabbedthem grlblwd grlblwdt grabbedthem
them t and jumped Into Ino time I he sea ea They Theywere Therere Theywere
were ere hauled hllld aboard abard the lifeboat Itubt and trans transferred trns trnsferred transferred ¬
ferred to time lhl oil oi tank tankDawn tankDawn tankDawn
Dawn had come cmo by b this time and tho sea seahad seahad ea eahad
had gone down somewhat fmewhat Thereafter ThereafterIn Th lafer laferIn
In three thre trips trlP there thlre was WI less If trouble trlblt rescu rescuing rescuming tBU tBUIng ¬
ing tho fishermen ffhernlm time lifeboat Itebat being bing able ableto ableto ableto
to go alongside tho brig
Capt Corbinais of tho lie le de dE Terre Tere Neuve Ncuveft Neuvethe Neuvetime
ft the he Island of Newfoundland ewtouldlnnd was the last lastman lustman lastman
man to leave Ioe the wreck wek and Wi as I sho was wasIn WI wasin
In the thEtrak track of liners Intr he set tt her afire afre Later Laterthe Lter Lterthe Laterthe
the Anchor AIChol knot Ethiopia spied fpll her blazing blazingproperly blazingproprly blazingiroPniY
Capt Corbinais Corblals said sid he had sailed Nle from fromSt tromSt from fromSt
St Servan Sran France Franc on April Apri 9 for New Newfoundland Newroudlnd Newfoundlaud ¬
foundland roudlnd and lrd on April Aprl 26 21 had run rn Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the same Ame gale pale that wrecked wrkl the French Frenchbrig Frenchbrl Frenchbrig
brig brl Sans Sns SoucI Souc whose whof crow crw were taken takenoff takenof takenoff
off of on April Aprl April28 28 by the St Andrew When Whenthe Whenthe Whentime
the He le de Terre Terr Neuvos sticks ltckl rolled rlt < out outof olt oltof outof
of her a towering comber cmbr soared sort < across acrossher ncrOR8her acrossher
her decks dek carrying Crrln seven 8en seamen semen Into ito the thetumult thetumldt thetumult
tumult Their shipmates IllpmtE threw lines 118 to tothem tothem tothem
them and four f ur got back bck aboard abord Three ThreeThirezien Thrt ThreeThmr
Thirezien lost Thtizen Thmr zien Le L Merric Merlcand and OUIvier Omier were werelost wprelost werelost
The lie le de dE Terre Neuve and the Sans SansSouciwero SnA SnASuclere SansSouciwere
Souciwero Suclere Malo MaloCT MaloHUNT IaloH owned owe by the same MOe firm frm at St StMalo StIalo StMalo
Joint Legislative Lshlathe LeiIslatheeomnilttee Committee CommltC Hill I Get Olt to toWork toWork I
Work fork In the Hot 10t Month MonthSenator MonthsSenatorGeorge Iontb I
Senator Snator SenatorGeorge George Oorge R Malby of ofSt ofSt St Lawrence Lawrencecounty Lwenc LawrenceCounty
county chairman of the Senate Snate Finance FinanceCommittee Financ FinanceCommittee
Committee Commttec was wa in town yesterday E tErday and he herecalled hereled herecalled
recalled reled that a concurrent resolution reloluton was waspassed wal walpMdat waspassed
passed pMdat at Albany Albanrprovldlng providing for the appoint appointment appointment appointment ¬
ment of a a subcommittee ubcommIUP of the Senate SenateFinance Snte SnteFlnanr SenateFinance
Finance Committee and of the I
Flnanr CommlUf Assembly AssemblyWays AssemblyWays Bmbly BmblyWay
Ways Way and ad Means Committee Commitee six l members memberseach member memberseach I
each to investigate the departments at atAlbany atAlbnny atMbany
Albany and ad for that t at matter mater throughout throughoutthe
the entire entre State and report to the next nextLegislature nExtLgelature nextLegislature
Legislature Lgelature Senator Snator Malby said saidThe MidThe saidThe
The subcommittees eubmmltes have not b been en n ap appointed ap apMntd ¬
pointed pint as a yet yt lj i am to appoint appint the Senate Senatemembers Snate Snatemembr Senatemembers
members membr and an Assemblyman imblya Rogers Rogerschairman Roger Rogerschafrpaan
chairman cna of the Ways and andlos Means Committee Committeeof Cnutte Conuit tee teeof
of the lower l wer house is to appoint the Assem Assembly Aembly Assembly ¬
bly members membf We have power pwer to sub subpoena 110 110pna subpna ¬
poena witnesses wt6N and to make a thorough thoroughInvetlgaon thoroughInvestigation I Iand
Invetlgaon Investigation pna ot ofall aU deprments departments of the State StateWe StatsWe
We wi will probh probably sit It In July and August Augustandpoesibly I
adJlbly andpoesibly longer We m may sit In AI Albany Albanyand > n nad
and ad we may shift shif around and go go to other otherpartsof otherprof otherpartsof
partsof the State StateI
prof I have had the idea Ide for a long time tme that thating thatther thatthere
ther there are a go good man many plaoeholderl place holders draw drawIng drawing
ing money mone from the the State who have little littleor ltte ltteor hittlaor
or nothingto nothing to do and that a system of sub subdepartments Ruhdeprtments subdepartments
departments deprtments has hal been ben quietly qwety but just as aseffectively a8cletllel aseffectively
effectively cletllel established eAtabl hl during durng the last lalt ten tenyears tenearf tenyears
years earf which wllch after afer investigation Ime6tgallon may be bedone bedone hodone
done away 1av with withNo wth wthNo withNo
No said Senator Bnator Malby Iab this thll is il not a amovement amovement amovement
movement to reach Democrats Demorats any more morethan morethan morethan
than it is 11 Republicans RpublcnA who havo little ltle or ornothing ornothlnK ornothing
nothing to do tb and ad who draw salaries Nlarl for forsticking forftlcldng forsticking
ftlcldng sticking their heels up on their desks dl kA as astheir al astheir
their th lr most active occupation occupationIdont occupaton occupatonrdont occupationIdont
Idont knowconcluded know cncludld concluded Senator Snator Malby Malbywhether Malhywhether Ialbv IalbvM
M whether whlther this joint commission ion will re report rt report ¬
port to the next Legislature Lglllaturthat Legislaturethat that is II I Imean Impan Imean
mean that that it I may not bo l necessary 11fry to advo advocate advoeato ¬
avo avoate
cate ate legislation leJIlaton to reach rach tint alleged aleged drones droncRIn
in some Ile of the subdepartments and for forfor torthat forthat
that matlr matter In intha the fuhdpprtmentl cepartlfnt lepartinents themflve8 themflve8forthf tbemselve tbemselveforthe
for forthf forthe the reason fROn that very vry effective eJtctvt work con ca canhe
he done if necessary npCfry In dropping drpping thoso thosomen IhpI timesomimeim
men mel by pruning prullng down the theapproprato theappropratoSkllnFearons appropriations appropriationsSklllln appropriationsSklIllnFearons
Sklllln SkllnFearons SkllnFearonsMIII SklIllnFearons SklIllnFearonsMiss Fearons FearonsMiss
Miss MIII Geraldine Fearons FlarOn8 was wla married to toEdward toEwar toEdward
Edward Ewar S Skillin Skiin yesterday YMtcra afternoon afernoon In Intbe Intbe Inthe
tbe apartments aparmpnllof of the tbl brides brldel parents parnls Mr Mrnnd Mrand lr lrand
and Mrs 1 George Hndsall HAdl1 Fcarono Fear na at tIme thnHhnrnian thl tImeSherman
Sherman Square Hotel Seventieth Seenttlh Street otrectnnd Itreet ItreetInd Streetmind
mind Ind Broadway BroadwayThn lroodws lroodwsTbn
Thn drawing drwhl room was embellished pmhel hld with withpnlrns wih wihpnlnl withpalms
palms pnlnl and white flowers Thn Th ceremony ceremonyns CtrlIOn cermnon cermnonwas I Ini
was ns ni performed performe by the llev Il Dr r Mnttlmw MnttlmwTaylor mlnltlmnwTaylor Inthnw
Taylor 1tlor rector rtctor of the th Church of the tll Ulossed UlossedSacrament UllAed UllAedNcramept tilesedtacrnmept I
Sacrament Ncramept Th The bride hldl wo a I KOWII 10WI of o oduehess
duchess dUPhe8 lace laC left to her by b her mother nnd nnda
a tulle tule veil 1 secured with wih oranpe ornnle blossoms blossomsShe blo aome aomeRhe
She valley vil curried rlrd a Icure shower bouquet bouQlpt of lllips Ilps of the thevalley tbevil thevalley
Mrs Irs James Harper Harplr Hkillln Hklin was W the matron matronof
of honor The Misses mIios INee Estelle Estele lUrtshonie lUrtshonieJosephine Hat8horej llsrtshorneJosephine
Josephine JOlphlne Kelly Grace Grae Stuart Stuar Pullman Plman and andIlertna Ina InaJerlha andilertha
Ilertna Marie Schickel tho bridesmaids bridesmaidsw
Jerlha w re rl white whie lace over pale Ialo preen Irlpn and carried carriedshower crrle carriedshower
shower bouquets bouQleta of white whlf carnations carnationsAiiBUstug crnatons crnatonsUllltUS carnationsAugustus
Augustus UllltUS Hewlett Ipwlltt Skillin Skiin was wa his brothers brothersbent brothnrshat brotherstmt
bent mnnand James Harper Skillin Skiln Freder Ilder ¬
ick Hayden laydnn Meeder Henry Ilnry F 1 1 Price Irle and T Tllnlnes THalnelllIrsn TJialnes
llnlnes HalnelllIrsn Pierson pPpr were ushers ushersA uahPr
A I general Ienernl reception rcpUon followed folnwrd the ceremony ceremonyPHlot cnemonyPlotGroeman cerenmonyPiilotGroasuman
PlotGroeman PlotGroemanWASIINOTON PiilotGroasuman PiilotGroasumanVAsnnreroy PHlot Grossman GrossmanWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WASIINOTON May 1Ia e 6At At Twin Oaks Oaksthe Oaksthe Oaksthe
the country homo of Mrs 11 Gardner cnrntr Hubbard Hubbardher
her granddaughter rinddanlht4r > r Miss 1l Gertrude Hubbard HubbardGrossrann HubbAr liulibsedGrossman
Grossman GrolNnl of this city cl and Mr Ir Peter Itrr Siuyve Siuyvesant RtUTvellt Slilyvesnot
snot llt Plllot Filotof of Now York were wlre married mnrrlP this thisafternoon thisIf thissfternoon
afternoon If < roon Over n hundred bundrld puests IUrlta many manyof man manor xmmarmyof
of them from Now York witnessed wltne c the core ceremony eproIUOn coremon ¬
mony mon The bridfll brdll piirty plrt part was fil inndo up of ofIr
Mr Ir Charles Chorll8 A I Van al aim llensfelaer II0feJRpr of Sow SowYork SewYork NowYork
York n al as bert blt man mitt Ind Mr 1 Henry Ipnn Rogers RogersKountze Roef RomersWintmrep
Winthrp Wintmrep Mr Nelson I It Uurr mIr Ir UfLnlI Dehancey
Kountze Kountzl Mr Ir Robert roblr Taylor Vnmum Varum nrnUnl Mr MrKben MrKben Ir Irben
Kben ben Stevens ttevenl and Mr Ir Jnme1 K I Ie e ushers ushersnil uFhlr8 uFhlr8ni
nil ni of Sew York The bride hrhl who wore a abeautiful aheautul abeautiful
beautiful heautul Town ow of white hli tit altn slimm In iilmobt uhno l covered coveredby Coveredby
by b a I flawing Oowlnl bridal veil 11 was wn accompanied accompaniedby nccompanldb COI
by b her hfr maid of honor hOlor Miss 11 Helen 1len hII n Hell ln nnd nndher nndher
her bridesmaids brldelmalds Miss 1IM Oruhnm Orlhnm Bell el and IId Miss MissfirRoe MissGrace nnc Usrao
Grace rao Bell lel of Washington WIldnlton Miss I1 denude denudeHubbard prludeIlbbar ertutiehubbard
Hubbard Ilbbar of Boston B08tOI Miss IIA Henrietta Inlripl a Whitney Whitneyof WhIM WhIMor tmitne tmitneof
of New Haven Miss 1M Anna WnshliiKton Wah lllon and nndMis andIM andilias
Mis IM Xadlfl rdll fobb obb of this oily dl Dr H Humlln Humllnof 1111n 1111no
of o the Church of the tovennnt tOlnln performed performedthe Iprforml
the tb ceremony r mon
Georse GerscSomrl GeorreSoniers GeorreSoniersMiss Soniers SoniersMiss
Miss 1 Mary Inr Augusta Some IOIfrl Sonwrs and Albert AlbertLeonard 4bprt 4bprtonar mjhsrtLeonard
Leonard onar George O onll we ft e innrried lurrlrd yesterday yesterdayIn ptnrda
In ii Ho 10 v T i Illr illy iIt C uroh IrCh by the rector reclcirtho rerlorth rectorthe
the th Rev Re Dr Henry Cnn P 1 Nichols N ldll The Thehrldo Thehrldo Thebride
hrldo was 11 elven Ih < 1 away awn bv h her hir father fatherKlmont ratblr ratblrElmont fatherElmont
Elmont Warren Homers Sue wore a I ron rontume roetunue 0 0tume
tume of white whltl fiitln fil In with lh Ian In 1 tulle 111 tuill and andMotor Ind Indornmn aridornnen
ornmn blo blossoms lma nrd arid WI was nltllulP rmttviiiled br Iwr IwrIMlr torsslcr
Motor IMlr Miss 1 tUlltnSoniersau Edih Edith trfr ionmers I 15 timId mnlc of honor honorThere honorTIre honorI
There TIre I hero were IP no II ii bridesmaidor urd Ijridesmntikt mlld lor or noliers ullrl I hp lipbeet IP IPbent
bent pl Ilinn 1111 was WtH Opor Jcnrce f OliimK OliimKnose Chil ChilnoscStorkfr huildenoseStocker I
nose noscStorkfr noscStorkfrSEWlrI noseStocker noseStockerNawrutrnum Stockrr StockrrNEWBLnnii
NEWBLnnii SEWlrI May I Ml 3tic Kriltli Edih Sheldon i4humldonRtokpr hl on i ifitocker IRlonklr
fitocker Rlonklr dniiKliter duuhlr of dwird Fdwnrdl I > Stinker Mi tIu kr nnd nndFrederick andFrederick <
Frederick trrdcrllk A Hose Ito of f Brooklyn Ironklrn were mar married mnrrlpd umumrtied ¬
tied at the tl lo hiimrl hnnwlof of the th hrldo tan I I Grand Ornndtreet Ornd OrndIrlpt Grandetreet I
treet Irlpt at 1 0 oclock o olk till venltiK Nlll Tlie iii 1 Hev HevOctnvhiM nr nrqctaluM 11evOctaviuie
OctnvhiM qctaluM Appleunte < S T 1 1 or St OorRet OorRetKplsfopal fOrjf1 fOrjf1ptaro nrges nrgesIpiSopal
Kplsfopal ptaro ol ApIlplle Umrchnnlrlited thlrchonlClulpd Thebrldecromii Time hrldaroll ImrkleizruurmI
I is I mm cousin of John H Ro > pre 11ldrll peIdmIu1 ldent of the theHone I he hetos
Hone 10 tos Brick Company COl pan 10 Mr Ir anti nll Mr Ire trewill Ho Howill In Inwlln I
will wlln live Iivejn In Brooklyn rollrn
r wM wMSpecial
r rSpecial
Special Sale SaleFlannel SaleFlanilel ale aleFlannel
Flannel Waists WaistsAt
At 275 275Regular 275Regular 275Regflldr
Regular value valle 450 50 510 5 O i 550 550We 550We 50 50Ve
We Ve have placed on Sale at atnbftut atabout atabout
about half price several severl hundred hundredWnshable hundredV hundredWn8hable
Wnshable V Asbable Scotch aud French FrenchFlannel FrenchFlannel FrenchFlannel
Flannel Waists V nistfl suitable for wear wearat weRrat wearat
at the Sea Shore ShoreaId and mountains mountainsnnd mountainsnnd mountainsand
nnd on cool summer mornings morningsAll loIningsAl
All Al have been made in our ourown ourown ourown
own workrooms and the mate materials mateiials ¬
rials lals selected sEected from our regular regularstock Jegularstock regularstock
stock stockThere stockThere
stocklbelc There lbelc is a wide range of col colors cl clors colors ¬
ors in plain and fancy stripes stripesin
in all al sizes from 32 to 42 inches inchesJames inchesJames inchesJames
James McCutcheonS i Co CoH
One ford ord In a Keller Ieler That at May Ia Decide Decidetbe Deide Deidetbe Decidethe
tbe Fate of Dr Kent KentROCHESTKB KentROCIJSTFR IentRocuEsrair
ROCHESTKB ROCIJSTFR May 6 IUpn 8Upon Upon one word wordmay wordmay wordmay
may hang the fato of Dr Leland Lland Kent Kentaccused Kentacused Kentaccused
accused acused of manslaughter mnslaughter In aiding Ethel EthelBlanche Ethelmache EthelBlanche
Blanche mache Dingle Dlglo to t commit cmmt suicide suicdE This Thisword Thiswor Thisword
word wor is contained cntaine in one of the te letters letterswritten lettr letterswritten
written writen by Miss MIB Dingle Digle to Dr George Georie Grant Grantwho Grat Gratwho Grantwho
who was Wa a witness wtneR today tday at lt the trial tr The Tbeletter Te Teleter Theletter
letter leter contains cntalnl among other things thing these thesewords thesewords
words wordsGeorge wordsGeorge
MGfrge George It wo was U through throuh my weakness weaknessthat weaknessthat eakn e ethot
that trouble came to me Things Thlge come cme too toofast toofa toofast
fast fa tt for my m weak foolish roolh mind I loved lovedyou love lovedyou
you ou to destruction dClructlol I was sure I could culd never neverlove neerloe neverlove
love another anthEr as I have hae loved you I have havetried bletried havetried
tried to he hI b a true woman although aithollih I failed failedIf raie
If j you ° u did not care for me I was determined determinedno detErmled detErmledno
no other man should Your life may ml not notbe notbe nothe
be a blank Try and bear btar up under It all alland al alland
and he to me the George Geo rge of a 1 year tsr ago alo I 1The IThe ITIme
The word wor Mdftrlcton destruction Is the one over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which the controversy cntroery has hasaipen hasarisen arisen District DistrictAttorney DistrictAtomer DistrictAttorney
Attorney Atomer Warren says it I is I distraction distractionand distrcton distrctonand
and has h engaged engagd handwriting handwritng experts expertswho expr expertswho
who are ar at work tonight examining exaning the theword ta tawor theword
word wordGeorge wordGeorge
George Gergf Rainess chief contention contenton In Dr DrKents DrKent DrKents
Kents behalf bhalt is I that Dr Grant Grant was W the one onewho onewho onewho
who ruined rined Miss 188 Dingle Digle and that the knowl knowledge kowl kowledge knowledge ¬
edge of this caused CuF tho girl to kill kU herself herselfThe herl herselfThe
The lines IUM and curves cuves of this thi word will wi fur furnish furnlh furnish ¬
nish fine tne material for a battle batle of experts expertsTho exrte expertsThe
The ho letters letef which Dr Grant Grt produced producedupon produc producedupon
upon demand demand of the defence detenc were eight eightin eightIn
in number numbr The Th defence detenct declares delar that thatat thatnt thatat
time of Miss death he
at the tme MI Dingles DlgleR had
200 20 letters letel and ad that he has hal destroyed detrore all allbut al alhut allhut
hut the ones which he thought would harm harmDr hr harmDr
Dr Kent KentOn KentOn KentOn
On Jan 18 1002 19 Mine Mil Dingle wrote te to toons toDr toDr
Dr Grant a patbftio pathetioletter leter with lh esron expressions expressionsof ons onsi
nt gie grief at i her failure ff ure to realizethe realze realize the beet beetand bt btIn beetin
In le life and Ind ending with these th 8word words wordsTrusting wordsTrusling
Trusting Tr1ng that tht you will wi be b very er happy happyand bappyand happyand
and with Ih a great big imaginary Imgnar hug hugyour yours yourslovingly yourslovingly
lovingly longl ETHEL ETHELJust ETHELJlt ErnatJust
Just Jlt before betor he started etartEd for a trip abroad abroadDr abroadDr abroadDr
Dr Grant wrote 1ote chiding Ethel for her herlack herlacl herlack
lack lacl of confidence confdent In him He HI wrote wroteMr wrotery wroteMr
Mr ry DEAn FinELrWhat FrnE What ar 1t are we goinir aolnl to todo tndo todo
do This constant con t nt quarrelling Qlurrllla Ii certainly certainlyvery crtlih crtlihYen certumixmlyvery
very trying I feel every cpr time tme I start out outwith Olt Oltwih outwith
with wih you 01 that at every word I say sa or every everyturn PI everytuirrm r rturn
turn of my I head you OU are going gaIn to say 68 some sometlilnp ROnl sonictiming
timing thnt will wi start Sllr a quarrel tunrrri I want to RO ROon goon
fO fOon
on I dont say 1 you OIl are always ala to blame blamebut blambUl blamebitt
but you 01 are go jealous or apparently so soWhr to toWh soVhy
Whr Wh l Is it thnt Jln you OU onnnot lnnol believe blllve me m Al Almost AImo Alnmost ¬
most mo t everything wlfthlng I M sy ay you ou say S8 is a lie lp I do donot dolint
co coIot
not Iot accuse acCusp you and ald you ou have hlvo not proven any nnythinR an anthin anything
thing thin to he hf a 1 lie lp Do 0 not build buid up so 6 many manyfniiciful lony
fniiciful stories stor in your olr mind Think whnt whntshmild whatFhoul whntshould
should be done to help hllp ench other along alongDont olonQ alongDnnt
Dont < worry cone but think everything twprythlal I all al right rightDont rlRhtlolt rightlommt
Dont be a pessimist 11 lmi t looking on en the Ih dnrk dnrkdlde dnrkId darkside
side Id lolt of 01 every picture JiellUl Those These who are the thehoppiest thE thehappiest
happiest hRppllit always < nee Pl the brightest brlhttt picture pictureIct plcturJet picture1et
Ict us Ii do our best for all allnd and for ourselves ourselvesTliink olr ourselvesThink elvtl
Think Jet of co n happy bnJry future with wltl moro Joy In In Instore instore
store The Thl devil is not as black as lie in inNowEthel I Ipainted isP8
601 painted paintedSow P8
NowEthel Sow Ethll Ethel brace brnle up uPband and If I should be bennd belole begone
gone for a short tlm thins I e brave and lood loodanc good goodrutid
nnd lole I hnU return and the meeting meetig will wi he hesweeter heClrr hesweeter
sweeter anc Clrr and better betterDr hltt hotterDr r rDr
Dr Grant was 1 in tears teaf during durng a part of oftho ottho ofthe
tho testimony tCtlmon Late Lte in the afternoon afternoonDistrict afternoonDi5trlct afternoonDistrict
District Attorney Atorn Warren Warrn began bgan crops cropsexamining crO crossexamining
examining the witness witnessCROSS wne wnecno wlinessCROSS
JiMlRment Jndlmfnt for Ml 144ft Aicalntt AIlnl Charles Cale H HWhile Hllie H1iIie
While llie 1iIie and ane Janice JamN McQnalrte McQnalrteSeparate MequaldeSparete lcQnaldf lcQnaldfSparte
Separate Sparte judgments jul juti fments garments were entered enter yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday against sglnlt Charles Chlrles H White Whie doing doingbusiness doinghu doinglusiness
business hu ln1s as 0 H White A Co Cobankers Cohankl Cebankers
bankers hankl at 51 I Liberty Librt street tft and Rnr James JamesMcQunklo Jamel JamesMcQmiaide
McQunklo of 41 Park row in favor of the theBridgeport theBrdgepor theBridgeport
Bridgeport Trust Tr t Company for 11448 11448oach 11448each
Brdgepor Compn 148 148n
each n h on two notes One of the notes for
5000 600 6 was a5 made mde by Mr SlcQuaide SlcQulde dated datedOct date datedOct
Oct Oc2h MtlWK 10 payable pyablo three thr months after afterdate afer aferdate afterdate
date wiMelivered w V d delivered lerl to C H White Whiteand A Co Coand Coand
and indowed Indor ind ied by C H White hle A Co and the theother theolher theother
other notewras not wa made by C H Whit WhlU < t Co Codated Coda Codated
dated da te Oct IS UJor l3fon35600 for 15000 16 payable pyble two months monthsafter montheItter monthsaftey
after Itter date and was indorsed ldorped by Mr MrMe MrMcQuaide MrMoQuaido
Me McQuaide McQuaideGorgo MoQuaidoGeorge Qua id o oGeorge
George Gorgo J Can Can the attorney atorey for the theBridgeport tbeBrdgeprt theBridgeport
Bridgeport Brdgeprt Trust Tru t Company Comp said td that the thenotes thenote thenotes
notes note were lone Ion past pst duo cue and nd as I they were werenot wer werenot
not paid pad suit had been bn begun bgun and judgment judgmenttaken judgmenttaken judgmenttaken
taken Mr White Whie has been bn known In I Wall WallStreet Wal STallStreet
Street Strt for twenty years erR past It was wa said saidyesterday Raidypsterday saidyesterday
yesterday that in J884 lSt he was associated associatedin Mcate
in in a a stock deal dea with Henry S Lyre 1 who whowas whoWi whowas
was Wi then called clt < tho Xapoleon aplfn of Wall WallStreet Wal SSallStreot
Street StreetTRIES SCrt SCrtTRE StreotTRIES
Passenger Pllen5f pock Knocks Carbolic Cabolo Arid From a aGirls aGrll aGmrls
Girls Grll Hand land Just In l Time TimeDollle Tme TmeDle TimeDollie
Dollle Dle Vibert 18 years old of 268 26 Smith Smithstreet Smithtleet Smithstreet
street tleet Brooklyn Blookl was a arraigned arigne in the thoAdams theAdam theAdams
Adams street 5trt court ourt yesterday yeteray on a charge chargeof
of attempting attmpting suicide on a Smith Smih street streettrolley Itreet Itreetroley streettroUey
trolley roley car cr early yesterday Yteray morning moring She Shewas SheW Shewas
was W paroled parolll in II charge charpe of Miss lIS Connolly Connoly a aprison aprMm aprison
prison prMm angel until unti Friday FridayWhile Frda FrdaWhie FridayWhile
While Whie on her way W from Conev onE Island IslandDollJolxcamo IslandDole IslandDolilo
DollJolxcamo Dole Dolilo hecme became very verydespondent eIdpondpnt despondent Snoflnnlly Snoflnnllypulled She talv talv111e finally finallyimmihied
Mid pulled 111e out olt a bottle hot te from her pocket poket and andThis andMid andSid
MidThis This will w1 how what whJt kind of a girl I Iam Iam Iam
amSome Some one knocked Icockcd the bottle from her herhard herhard herhard
hard hard scattering cnrbollc ctrboHc neEd adl Dolly Dol le lecame l lrmo hecame
came rmo hysterical hVlttrlcl nrd WA was held hllr down to toher 10her totier
her seat rat until unti the th car M nrriwd arr 1 nt al Police PolicoHeadquarters Polc PoliceIieadqusrters
Headquarters 1tdqu rel where 111 sh was Wi taken In Incharge InchrRe incharge
charge by b Detective Dtct l K SIRut Semguant rg ant Mulvey and andlocked nndlokl1 andlocked
locked lokl1 up lp in the Adams Ad Il street Hlrppt station stationHer stationII lnion lnionHer
Her II en mother moot her said Ilel en iii in court coil rt yt > vM I trdar nlay rda v that thatIoll I tiat tiatIolhiu at
Ioll 1011 Iolhiu is it isa a good ood girl girlMemphl gIrl gIrlllmphl girlUemnptmis
Memphl llmphl IhjMetan lh lllan Commits nllil Niilrldr NiilrldrMEMlllls Iulhll IulhllIEMII SlilcisleMEMImiis
MEMlllls IEMII Term Term May la 6 6Dr Dr Stephen StephenJllce SttphlnRI StephemiRice
Rice RI aged 30 yrnr mr one onl of the I hI most lot popular popularh popularImsiciamms > opularphyMcinns
phyMcinns h Imsiciamms ldaIR of this tlui oity hy doxinilfnt 1I > lclnl wing nwlngto iwtngI
to I 0 ill Illalh ii I htallh imialt h committid eommmnuit llltl1 I vi mlclilent uihlp uickie at his hi homo homohcic hnmAhCe lurmimiehmetc
hcic hCe this afternoon afCnon by I placing plen a revolver revolverin roer roerIn
in his hi mouth mOlth and pulling uln the tht trigger triggere
An n addition to the Pianola by means of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which it itil ia possible to reproduce r proncQ the exact eact in interpretations interpretaton interpretations
terpretations terpretaton of the great masters mster of the piano pianoJOSEPH pianoJOSEPH pianoJOSEPH
SLIV1NSII say sayThe 58YSTe saysThe
The Te most mot striking stking feature fetue of the Pianola Piaola is the theWithout theMetrostJe theI
Metrostyle Without With ut this th the Pianola Pi nola it seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
I MetrostJe
to me would lack the one feature feture which makes mae it itII itpossible itpossible
II possible for those who have not studied music muic to toI tolearn I
I 5 i learn lern to t interpret artistically aristcly the great gret masterpieces masterpiecesI matie
I I Correct Corect and artistic atstc shading of tempo is the most mostIIS mostdifcult mostdifficult
IIS difficult difcult part par of pianoexpression pianoexpressionThe pianoepresionThe
c The Metrostyle Metostle shows show perfectly pectly the t J I l grada gada gadatons gradations
11 tions tons of tempo tmpo as a interpreted interreed by the different dferent great greatAi grt grtarist greatartists
Ai artists arist and when living lvng even by the composers composersthemselves comp composersthemselves sers sersthemselve
themselves themselve It is extremely exremely interesting intereting to any one oneinvaluable oneinvaluble oneII
II invaluable invaluble to those th ose trying tig to learn lem to play the Pianola Pianolawith Pinola Pinolawith PianolaI
I with expression expressionWe epressionWe
We unhesitatingly unhettngly state att we believe bliee thaI the METROSTYTP MEROSP Is I the te xad valuable nluabl tad tadfarreaching uafarechlng u ufarreacbing
farreaching farechlng Pianola Piaola itself itef itefMuic itselfMusic improvement v vMusic ever te made in musical muic Instruments Istmet ana that tat it I rivals raln in importance Impc th thPianola t thPianola
Music Muic for the te METROSTYLE ME OSTLE will wil be b interpreted Itpte by b all al the te worlds orda greatest gtt musicians musiciansSelections muic musiciansSelections
Selections Sleton bare already alrey been b interpreted Inlert and marked marke bj b Maurice Mauc Moszkowskl Mokowkl L J JFaderewski IPadersl 3Paderewski
Faderewski Padersl Harold Hlld Bauer Baue and Emil Emi Pier PaurTbe Plu PluTe PierThe
The Te first fnt catalogue ctaloge of METROSTYLE MEROSTLE music muc now no ready redy contains cttl interpretations Iterrttos far b sack sackof sc scof
of the above lbve virtuosi ituwl in i addition addton to t 150 10 compositions compitol interpreted itere by an a authoritative lutottv pianist pianistThe pianit pianitTe pianistThe l
The Te METROSTYLE MEROSTLE PIANOLA PIANOL is on 0 exhibition eibiio and for fO sale saleThe sle sleThe saleThe
The cost of the Pianola la 126 25 25Pianola 25Pianola
I Pianola with Metrostrle Jletroeiyle 10 300 300Purchasable 3 3Purchasable
Purchasable by monthly payments paymentshe pamenteJ paymentse
unf he J e Aeolian A eo 1 Ian Company CompanySelling C om pany 302 AeoUan Ffth Hall Ave AveSeIng
Selling SeIng fREDEMCK I1EDEIICn LOESER LOESER CO COArfontaj COAgontsLAUTER DrooKlyn DrooKlynNewarH Broo117f
Arfontaj Agentl AgontsLAUTER LAUTEff LAUTEJ CO t t o NewarH Newar1
Brother of Leland Lland Stanford Stnror Who Wo Left Left4OOOOOto Lf Left400000to
4OOOOOto Him andHit Children ChildrenCol CiuildrenCal
MOOto Hm cldre cldreCol
Cal Col Asa Philip Phip Stanford Stnfor a brother of ofthe o othe ofthe
the late Senator Snator Leland Lland Stanford Stantor died diedyesterday die diedyesterday
yesterday yeteray In an unpretentious upretentouR house at
409 40 West Fortyseventh FOI1yeenth street strCt His death deathaccording dothj dothjacoring I Iaccording
according acoring to his he wife we was as caused cus by pent peritonitis per penttonitis ¬ I Itonlts
tonitis tonlts and nervous prostration prostrationCol prostrton prostrtonCol
Cal Col Stanford Stantor was wa born bor at Schenectady Sohenectadyin Sohneay SohneayI
in I 1831 181t one of the six elson sixsona > sons of Josiah JOLh Stan Stanford Sta Stanford ¬
ford tor an a Albany Abny contractor In 1852 1852he 182 182he 1852he
he went to San Si Francisco Fracisc and into the thowholesale te tewholfle thewholesale
wholesale wholfle grocery grr business bulnoR with his hl five fivebrothers fe firebrothers I
brothers Col Stanford having amassed amasseda
brotbef Safor haig ee
a small sll fortune forU wentin went ent In n 1872 18r to t London Londonto LndoDI I Ito
We Weatarn mines and according accordingto
to promote WEter t rn acrc acrct
to t a member amembr promoe of ofhis his hlatamly family m made mae2oQ madeooooco madeoooocoin 2000000 2000000In j
In Ilee less than tha two tw years yearsHe yf yer5Re
He remained in i London Lndon ten years and andthen ad andthen
then came rmn to New York Here it is I said saidhe sd sdhe saidhe I
he lost his h money m ney In speculation epcuhilon in Wall WallWhen Wa WallStreet
Stret StretWhen Street StreetWhen
When Senator Snator Stanford Staor died in 1893 1893he 18 1893he
he left Asa SlOOOOOand and 100000 1100 to each eh of oftho ortho ofthe
tho latters A 100 three Uutechldrn children only oll onl one of ofwhom atwhom ofwhom
whom laters J B Stanford Btatordlsalhc is isalive alive He S is a San SanFrancisco S SanFrancisco
merchant Asa P Stanford was wasmarried wasmarried
Francisco rerhant AF Stnford 8 8marred
married Franl c twice two His He first flt wife was Wi Miss Mi8 Mary MaryWhitney Ma MaryWhitney
Whitney marred of o Albany Albny His Hlelnd second who sun eurvives lur lurinR sunviveis
vives him was wal the widow of John C Cun Cunningham Cunningham Cunningtumni ¬
ningham of New Haven HavenObituary HavenOblU HavenObttuiry
Obituary OblU n Notes NotesJamra Note NoteJamf NotesJames
James Oormlr one of the best hll known knownhis know knownhorsemen
horeem horsemen Jamf n In Brooklyn died on TI Tuesday td I In Inhla inhis
his home on Foster avenue Pnrkville in i his hisseventieth hisseventieth i
seventieth bmon year He cams from Ireland Irelnndfifty Irelandfifty rtllnd rtllndtltty
srvlntleln rPr le
fifty rears ago nnd engaged In the trucking truckingbuslneM trucklnebl truckingbusiness
business bl ln llrs in alo Manhattan emralnc He Il retired retie withii withiisnusr with 11 11nul isnug
snusr fortune seventeen vntln veers ago He Heowned HeownE lieowned
owned nul some Rom A of the thl most noted note trotting trotlnl homes homesIn hor e
ownE In the thl country Coutr including Indldlng Moll Mole Motile e Keamer Heamlr and andGeoruina andOeoriina andleorgina
Georuina who won on the SlOooi SOO lOo5 Charter CharterOak Chater Chaterlk CharterOak
Oeoriina Oak Stakes nt Hartford Conn H He was Wi a amember I ImemhP amember
lk tnklI artord
member memhP of the Parkway PlrkVay Driving Drllnl flub tlub hub and andthe andthe andthe
the Pleasure Drivers Association He leaves leavesu Ipv IpvJ
u widow Idow PIla lre antI two sons Allcaton The funeral rineral servlcps servlcpswill pptvlcl pptvlclwi etvieeswill
will J be held In the 1015 Church of St Ro ROle hose e of Lima Limatomorrow Limatcmorro LimatomorTon
wi tomorrow morning morningCwen morni morningGwen
Gwen A Stafford R close clol associate aeloclate of ofStephen ofStephen ofStephen
Stephen A Douglas Dougl ftofor died In Santa Barbara BarbaraM Brbara Barbaraal
M al yesterday I He le was die editor I edit In rofhA rofths of the itnctne itnctneWis HactnWle htacinsWis
Wis 91 I yestern Adroeatr and was a stanch sup supporwr sUpporter up upporr
porter of Arvlolr Douglas In hl his campaign em pailo Illnlt IllnltLincoln zainst zainstincoin < r lnst lnstLincoln
Lincoln porr fbr the Presidency He Hf h held ld an anImportant anImpornt aniniportant
Important trthe position poalton In the Pntent pRtfnt atefli Office Of < at atWnnhlnirton atWMhlnlon atVasiuinton
Impornt Wnnhlnirton under undlr President Preldent Buchanan luchannn Mr MrStafford MrStaor MrStafford
Stafford Staor WMhlnlon was wa a thirtysecond thirtyscond degree degre Scottish ScottishRlto Scotish ScotishRite ScottishBite
Rite Mason MasonThe MasonThe asn asnThe
The Rev Lt v Dr Christian F Grimm who whofor whofor whoor
for or fortyfive Re years rlrR Clrlstlnn had ha been bfn a Preacher prechlr In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Methodist Episcopal Epilcopal Church died dleor dleorbronhltlplterl of ofbronrhltts ofhr
bronrhltts hr nchittsyesterday Ipiholet yesterday morning mornlnl nthls at bl tile home hOlp
27 bronhltlplterl East t Fortyninth street He le oanie ale to tothis tolhll tothis
this country fn In 1845 when hl1 he hI was na IS years yearsold yo yoold yearsol
old ol lhll A widow Ido and several eral children chidren survive survivehim aurvlehim auryivohint
himFrank Frank Frak W V Andrews Andu1e of Boston died sud suddenlr lud luddenl suddenI
denlr denl In Washington on Tuesday TUNda attth altl at the age avaof ageof
Wlahion ale aleof
of 70 years Mr Ir Andrews Andre1e had lived IVd I ved InWagh InWaghInBton In laWsanington Wseh WsehIn
InBton In ton yearf during durin the whiter witer monthsfor months for several severalyears eeeroleae severalyears
years I past and te In the summer summ < r at atIIR hi hs Newport Newportresidence Nfwport Nfwportrpatdfnce NewportresIdence
residence eae paet lie was WI a member membr of the Metro Metropolltan Metrootttan letropoltn
rpatdfnce polltan Club Il of Washington Wlehlnonot of the Somerset SomersetClub Somersetlub omerlt omerltClub
Club poltn lub of Boston and of the Beading 1eadl Room at atNewport atcwprt atNewport
Newport NewportJohn NewportJohn cwprt cwprtJlhn
John Jlhn C Broughton Irolhtono one of the best het known knowncolored knowncolored knowncolored
colored citizens of Brooklyn died yesterday yesterdayof ytterdaof
of paralysis In his ht home at S 38 363 3 Bridge street streetin streeI
in his is eightieth year eAr He was as the proprietor proprietorof
of I tho elahteth Broughton Droughtn House 10Ia Saratoga BaratolsSprnt Springs Springsfor
for more than thirty years p8s retiring r < trlL about aboutfive aboutf1 aboutfive
five years ean ago A daughter uaulhtlr Mrs Mr Thomas ThomasCharles Thomasp ThomasP
f1 p 08rley eurvllt survives him himChAtle himCharles
Charles M 1 Julian JulRn who ho had been a I Custom CustomHouse Customnlae Customhouse
House ChAtle officer otCpr for mor than thirtyfive thlrt nve y WIl years yearsdied ars arstiled
tiled nlae on n Tuesday Tuf in his home bornent at 478 43 Lafayette Lafayettenvenup Jr Lafayetteuucflmie tt ttRpnu
nvenup cle Brooklyn In his hl h s sixtysecond IlxtrIcond year yearHo yearHe elr elrHe
He was active ncho in Republican RepublCnn politic poltl In the theSeventh theSennth theSeventh
Seventh ward He HI leaves two daughters daughtersEdwnrd dauRht daughtersEdward r rEdwlrd
Edward Edwlrd Markley superintendent aUPrlntendent of the theUnion theCnlon theUnion
Union Transfer Trnnsrlr Company Compln between bteen Philadel Philadelphia PhlldEl PhlldElphla Phjiladelphta ¬
phia and Washington WlsblngtoI died dlfd suddenly In Wash Washand Wal Washrigton
In rigton ton yr yeuuterdn7 terday lie Me woe 45esf 45 years or age ageand
ale aleand
and a resident of ofGreenpoint o Baltmore BaltmoreGrlenplnt Baltimore BaltimoreGreenpolni
Greenpoint Grlenplnt Y V M C A Wants antl a New Nl1 Build BuildIng Bold BoldIn5 Buildmi
Ing IngAn In5A miAn
An A effort efort is II It being bing made mae by the members membersof membrs membrsof
of the Oreenpolut Ornplut branch hrac of the Young YoungMens Youngfens YoungMens
Mens Christian Crstian Association Ioaton to get gt a new newbuilding newbulding newbuilding
building bulding to take tae flue place pla of the present presentono prefent prefentono
ono on Manhattan Iaatan avenue aVfnuo Greenpoint GreenpointPetitions Grnpint GrnpintPetltoni IroenpojntPetitions
Petitions Petltoni printed prntlt In English Englh German GermanItalian GermanItlan GermanItalian
Italian Itlan and Polish aro being bing circulated drclat In Intho I Itho inthe
tho factories tatonM In Williamsburg WilamHburg and Green Greenpoint Gron Gronpint Greenpoint
point pint and if I enough names naC cm c n be b secured securedtho lurd lurdthe securelthe
the Brooklyn Y M C A which the Green Ureenpoint lrNn lrNnpoilt GreenPOimut
point poilt branch recently rntl joined Joine will wl under undertake undertakt undertake ¬
take takt to raise mll 1125000 11250 125000 for or a new building buildingContracts bullcng bullcngContrlta buildingContracts
Contracts Contrlta for Two Large Lle Car Float FloatsXBW FloatXsw FloatSaw
Saw HA HAVEN VEX COM May e IIt 6It It was Wn given givenout glenout givenout
out today toda here that contracts rntracR for two twolarga twolarg twolarge
large car clr floats foat to l he > e constructed onstrcted of steel steelhave btel btelhae steelliars
have boon awarded by the
hn Iwanled Xew Haven HavenRiilroad HavenRi1rend
Riilroad Riroad to t the Eastern Shipbuilding Haen Com Company Cm Cmpsn Cornin
pany psn of o Now ew London Lndon The floats foat will he
318 18 feet Ions Ion lonj and ad 38 3 feet tet wide and wi will I b 11 be
delivered delerd within wihin w thin six Ix months monthf They will
lm 1 built Imlt on the ways recently vacated liy II
the thl launching of the th steamship Minnesota
They Tey will be b used uld in the freight Mlnnflt1 fmv fmvabout fenvIbolt
about Ibolt New w York city ci from trm the Harlem
River and the New NfW Pennsylvania terminal
terllaa terllaaat
at Greenville GrnU N J
Oriental Rugs Rugsselected ugs ugsslece
selected slece in Persia Peia by our own ownexperts ownexpers ownexperts
experts expers are now being bing re received received received ¬
ceived and shown shownTlrTANY shownTfA shown11FFANY8TvDIoS
These The rugs are of o intrinsic intrinsicmerit itnsic itnsicmerit intrinsicmerit
merit and unusual worth worthPrices worthPrices
uusua wor
Prices Prie are moderate moerate and at attractive attracive attractive ¬
tractive tractiveIn tracive traciveIn tractiveIn
Bat Woodruff oOm May Ilay Zay Force Them em Into Ito th thFusion IRma tbeFdo IRmaFulon
Fusion Fdo Conference ConferenceRepublican Conreence ConreenceRpublc ConferenceRepublican
Republican Rpublc politicians pltcis in Brooklyn Broky an anconsiderably ar areconsiderably
considerably cnlderably Interested Intrst < in the confab cnab of oftf ofth ofthmanagers th thmanagers
managers maagef tomorrow tomorow in regard rega to the Invi Invitatlon iv invitation
tatlon taton extended extnde by the te Citizens Citzns Union Unon to toChairman tdmChairman
Chairman Chairn Alexander Aexader Robb Rbb of the te County Cut tC
Committee Comtt to send snd a committee cmmtt to repre represent rpr reprosent ¬
sent the organization orgton in i that tt borough brugh at th thconference thonfrenc tha thaconference
conference of o the antiTammany
onfrenc te atTay organiza organizations orgaz organisalions ¬
lions ton In Manhattan Mhata next Monday night nightSo ngb ngbSo nightSo
So far Mr Robb Rbb has h8 taken ten no action aton In tha thaof t th thmatter
matter deeming It best to await
mater demng bf t te the arva arrivt4 arrivt4of
of exLieutGov ExLetGov Timothy L La Woodruff Woodrufffrom Woodru Woodrufrom
from Syracuse Syl tomorrow tomorrowIf tmorw tmorwIthe or
If the majority of the executive
Ithe mjority com commltteemen cm cmmlttemn cornmitteemen
mltteemen mlttemn In i the te borough brough exeutve can ca have their theirway their
way ay It It Isprobable iprobble that tht they will wi declare decUragainst delr declareagainst
against againt participation pfclpton In I the proposed con1 con1ferenoe con conternc conference
ferenoe ternc as a they are in entire tntre prp agreement agreementwith agrment agrmentwith agreemenwith
with Senator ntr Platt that thatlt it can cn be b productive productiveof prouclv prouclvot
of no nobenefit benefit beneft at such an early day dlY and ar aralso ar4 ar4also
also alo very ver far from being bing well wel disposed d1poe to tothe t tthe tothe I
the renomination reno naton of Mayor Mayr Low LowAt Lw LwAt LowAt
At the same time tme they the are ar likely lkely to t follow followthe folo followthe i
the wishes wlhe of Mr Woodruff Worf in I the matter mttrt matter1 matter1and i ianother
ad and a as he bl baa already declar declared I In favor or oraoter ofanother I
another fusion ulon ary ticket tcket a committee will willprobably willprobably <
probably prbbly aoter be b sent to t the conference cnferenc cmmtte with withMr withMr w tl
Mr M Woodruff Wor at its It head headCol bed bedCol headGel
Col Michael Mchal J Dady Dawho who is I expected
back bok from frm Cuba Cb today tCy and ad whom eXplI Mayor MayorLow MayorLow lyor lyorLw
Low Lw refused rue to reaappolnt rp It as a Election Eeon Com Commissioner Comn Cornrulesionerwill ¬
missioner n rulesionerwill lloner will wi probably prb yln in view io of hie high highstanding hlh highstanding
standig standing In the orgaition organization demand demd demdpl a aplace aplace
place pl on the committee A few months ago agoCol agoCl agoCcl j
Col Cl Dady In i ommtt spite of his official ofcil setback setbackcame setbak setbakcme setbackcame
in of Lows renomi renomination ronornination
came cme out support Mayor lfayor Lws fnoml fnomlnaion
nation naion but a uppr good g deal del of political history hlatorl
has h since sic been n made and his plticl views may mayimavs mayimavsundergone hav havundergone ha Y I Iundergone
undergone a change changePacific changePlle changelaeUto
Pacific Plle Squadron Sudron at San sn Francisco FranciscoSAN Fneeo FneeoSAN FranciscoSAN
SAN FRANCISCO FRANCIIC May 8 eThe The flagship fagsip New NewYork Ne1 1
York flying fyng the pennant pnnant of Rear Rr Admiral AdmiralHenry Ada Adn11114Henry
Henry Henr Glass Gal returned rrturne to port por this after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
noon accompanied by the cruisers crl ers Boston Bostonof BostonMnrbehed BostonMarbehead
Mnrbehed Marbehead lompnlP and Bangor afer after an ablent abseneis abseneisof
of nearly ncrh three months monthl on the thl Southern Southerncoast Suthfrl Southerncoast
coast Clt The Te squadron under orders ord to pro proceed procoed ¬
coed o to Honduras Hondul and ana look out Olt for Ameri American Are Arec Amedcan prr ¬
can c interests itoft left here hAr on Fob I last ast I IPIANO
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haps even evenher her grandmothers grandmothersadvice grandmothersadvice grandmotheradvice
advice in the selection of ofa ofa ofa
a piano for her new home homewill homewi homesvill
will wi probably prbably hear of the theOLD theOLD theOLb
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