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Alnbrme of If Oher other t r Supplies SUllplN Close Their Teir Yard Yard4OOO an
400 4OOO 000 Men Ien Now ow Affected AIece and ane a Slot Slotpage Stoppair
page pa e of All Al Building Buldln Here ler In Proipeoi ProipeoiHampered Prospat Prospatlamprod ProieotamperOI
Hampered by tho strike of tho team tearthe teamdrven teamdiveTh
diveTh lamprod and cnfronted confronted wih witi demnd demandi by bythe bythe
the drven BuiliUnR Material loral Handlers Indler Union Unon for foimore lormre formore
more Buldng par and nd privileges prvieges practically prclcly all al o othn of oftho oftho
tho mre dealers deallr py In building ImidLg materials mterals and mos mosof most m08tof mostof
of tho theIumbemfh lumber dealers dealer In the city and near nearby nearbyfhut nearbyhut b bnhiit
and went ou ouof out outof
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of buxincfs blonl bwdnh s till t1 thu unions uion will wl listen lsten to toThe torean torea8fl
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The brick rck manufacturers manuacturer will wl turn out outTery outerltle outverylittle
brick in the meantime and within withina
Tery verylittle erltle little brik mentie ad withn withnI
a few days all al contractors cntractor who ho have not notTald notid notlaid
laid I id in a I L supply of building bulding materials mterrd will willlave wi willhare
i No NoI NorCkF Nobricks
building ding operations
lave to t ° suspend FIld hul opmUot
bve materials fur furnUhed furnihed I Iv
I brick or 0t other building buldlnJ materal were fu
nUhed v rCkF to any alY contractor yesterday by tho thobuilding thebi1ding
building he mat iiiatria1 print Irlal dealers dealersThin dealersThl dealersThis I
buld Thin Thl 1 lockout directly dlret affects 3200 320 drivers driversand drvOT drvOTand drivorand
and M building buidllg material materia handlers hadlor8 at atpresent atpre atpreeflt
present pre ent It I will wi eventually eventualy affect aet every everybuilding evor everyuilling
building buidinl nnd 100000 100 workers worker In tho city cityand cty ctyand cityand
and uiilfw UII tho unions withdraw their de demands demand demanch ¬
mands there therl will wi POOH 00 be a stop to all al build building buid buiding building ¬
ing in the th Oreater Now York YorkAt YorkU
At a 1 meeting meet lnp of the Lumber Lumbr Dealers DealersAssociation Deler Deler6cltlon DealersAsociation
Association 6cltlon held at ot 18 Brpadway BrladwaT yester yesterday ye8terday yesterday ¬
day it wax wa decided eecded that all al lumber yards yardstoo yads yadstoo
too should close cos today until unti tho unions unionswithdraw unOt unOtwithdraw uniotuwithdraw
withdraw theirdemands thelrdemads This Ths statement statementwas
was wa a made after tho meeting meting by Secretary SecretaryCrary Soreta SecretaryCrary
Crary Cra of the associati6n associati6nhast assoclat n nLat
hast 1 t Thursday Thuray the Board Boad of Building BuildingTrades Buldlnl Buldlnlr8el BuildingTrad5
Trades demanded demade of five fve Cv liimber lumbr yards yardsin
in r8el Manhattan Iahatan that they should sign a the thefollowing thAfolowing thefollowing
following folowing agreement with wth tho United UnitedBuilding UnitedBuldg UnitedBuildina
Building Buldg Material Iateral Drivers DriversAgreement Driver DriverAlrepm DriversMteflflt
Agreement Alrepm nt made this day of ofISO ofIso
ISO between bN we n of borough boroulh of ofID ofIn
ID 19 the th city etr of New York party plrt of the first firstpurl frt frtrart firstpert
purl and flfl the United Unied Bulldlnsr Buldlnl Material MaterialPrlrers MaterIalIrlrer8 Materialflrivero
Prlrers Irlrer8 of New ew York and Ind vicinity vlcnlt party part of ofIh ofIIe ofth
Ih IIe wcond eond part partThe pa partThA rt rtThe
The parts of the first frst parr par agrees agrees not to tohire t tolitre
hire hlr any Inr person pEr8n not a member of the thl oreanl oreanlr orlanl orlanlFallon organirstion
Fallon r tlon named as the party par of the second secondpnrt Mcnd McndparI secondpart
part parI to drive dre his or their vehicles for tho thodelivery thodellprr thedeliver
delivery dellprr of biilldlnK huldlnl materials mlterlnls of any kind kindwhatever kindhltolpr kindwhatever
whatever hltolpr to any I building buldlmr within the Greater OreaterNew GreaterSew GreaterNew
New York and vicinity vlcnlt and to t pay the mem members memers niembets ¬
bets ers of said 8ld association a88Claton the rates hereafter hereafteriwt hereaftr hereaftrt
iwt t forth and to employ them upon the con conditions cn cnlJI coniiitirns ¬
ditions lJI n5 herein hlreln specified specifiedThe SPEcltf specltledI
The I he party part of the second ecnd part pa agrees agres that thatno thatno thatto
no demand for Increased InccaMd wares wales or shorter shorterhours ahorr ahorrhours shorterIour
b member the theorganization theoanllllon theoraniration
hours will 1 be made by any o
organization oanllllon in Ills hil employ until untl the first tnt day dayof dayof dayor
of May 181004 lay 1004 and then only onl upon one ooemonths ooemonthsMIe mouths mouthsrotUe mouthsrctice
rotUe MIe 0 to the party part of the first frt part partConditions par partconditions
Conditions ondltons of Employment EmploymentTen Ten hours hourswork houl hourWorW
work wn ouch flCh day da shall shnl constitute a regular rejrulardays relr relrdnrF regulardays
days labor The hours hour of ench day da shall shal be becin beIn begj
cin In gj at 030 8 A M and shall 8ha terminate ut 83i 83iP 611P1 63 63p
P P1 M Labor performed Prtormed between these theo hour hourshall hO hOhDI hoursehali
shall hDI be known as IS regular regullr time The hour be bet bet betetn
t tetn ecn noon 100n nnd 1 I 1 M tl J shall be set sPt aside asideInr asideInr asidethr
Inr Inr a dinner cinnr hour hourNo houro hourNo
No o labor shall shol bo performed performe on Xew Years YearsDay YearsDa ears earsIThy
Day Da Fourth of July Jul Labor Day Dn and Christ Christmas Christmos Christruns ¬
mos Day Da and labor lbor performed after arpr afterand 531 6 PM PMand PMlnd
and lnd before beore 030 6 i A M or work ork performed performedon Prtormed Prtormedon
on Sundays undas Lincolns 1lcolns Birthday fithdo Washingtons WashingtonsBirthday We oshlnltoos oshlnltoosBlrthdaMemorlal shingtonsBirthday
Birthday BlrthdaMemorlal Memorial or Decoration Decoraton X Da DaElecton flay flayElection > ay ayElection
Election Electon Day and Thanksgiving Thankslllnl Dar shall shol be beovertime beoertmD heovertime
overtime oertmD and paid for at one and a half hai the therate therate therate
rate paid Iold for regular time timeOn timeOn timeOn
On and after afer May IIY 1 1003 103 the party Plty of the thefirst te thefirst I
to tho members of the theorganization theorganization
first 1rst part agrees agees pay P I Innranlzotlon
organization herein herei known klOV us lS the party part of ofthe ofthe I
the second pat rllt the following folowing IOtA rlte of wages wagesfor WilPO WilPOfo wagesFor
for regular reiular tUne Members Iembe driving drlll one oneliorfc on onhoree 0110horee
horee fo with or tme without vehicles vehiclesat chII18lt t the rate of of2S ofU2
U2 2S 2 a day da > members driving two horses horsesnt
nt the I rate of I2ii J 2Ou O1 a day da members mPlber driving drivingthreehorses drhfa drivingthjeehoraes
threehorses at the rat rat rate of 1275 12735 1 day dlT members membersf memlrl memlrlp membersdrivfng
p f drivfnff trehortps four horana bors at the rude rlt or 1 a < day dayNo dayXn dayNo
No diving one driver shall ohol bo 0 required to drive more morethan morethan morethan
than lour our horse horseAll tiorseAll
All members memlrR shall 6hll be paid In cash nt quit quitting Quit quitting ¬
ting 1 time lile on Saturday Blturdar afternoon Ifteroon for the week weekMembers weektemb weekMembers
tnl Members temb r who shall shal be laid ofT of before bfore the thetnd thpIJ thend
tnd IJ nd of the week shall shol receive their tl i wages at atthe lt ltthe atthe
the time their thei services Bfles cease ceaseUpon lluseLpon vettseLpon
Upon Lpon the five fve yards refusing rEruslng to sign signthis signthis Ign Ignthi
this thi agreement agrfment said Mr Ir Crary Crar tne tnedrivers medrvors tnedrivers
drivers stopped ftopld stopped work 1ork and these yards yardshave yardhne yardshave
have since been bn practically practicaly COMM co closed > 1 To Toprevent Toprevent Toprevent
prevent their trade trae being bing absorbed ablorbe by bycompeting byCrptln bycompetin
competing yards and to protect prttect our em emi emO
Crptln i 11i0 X O ar are not membl metubra m i < of tv tvindividual the union unionlulvidual unionIfllIViltlfll
individual 1101 yards in the metropolitan metropoltan die district dlst dietriet ¬
trict t have hap decided decldP to stop making de deliveries delverf de1irerie ¬
liveries rct of lumber lumberTlip lumberTh lumberTiip
lverf Tlip Th Board of Building Buldln Trades has hl made madeR
R 1 timilar illllr iittilar demand dfmand on the brickyards brokyars so it I is isviolently Isidpnty is1ciontly
violently idpnty their intention Intenton to get et control controlof cntrol cntrolor
of If local trannportaton trn poraton and thus to control controlabsolutely controlablutely controlabolute1
absolutely abolute1 tho use u of building buiding material materialhere materialhrt
here hrt
hereIn 11 In no instance 1n tanCo havn the employees employe8 at atth atth attli
th yard rarc expressed to employers rmployol any ay dEs dissatisfaction dl dEsMtifaction ¬
satisfaction Mtlflctlon with prevailing proalng conditions cnditions or ormatlo ormat ormade
made any demands demandsHIP demandsTlr tlernandsThe
mat HIP Tlr building IJldllR material materl drivers driver are ar a abranch ahrlch abraitcit
branch hrlch of the Team Drivers Drher Union which whichwa whlohwa
wa wa already on Htrikr strlkf The team drivers driversdemanded dlver driveNtienianrieti
demanded dPlanded higher hl her wages and also aso that no nomaterial nomatfrial nomatorial
material matfrial should rhould IHI wull delivered delvered on any wagon wagonthat wagonthat wagonthat
that had Illd not a union driver drver and was wa not notMainpl not1amp not4atnpci
Mainpl d with a union label label The Tht om omtilovcm emIlols oatvpre
tilovcm 1amp wore IIn willing wiing enough to grant the thehigher thehi thehiglici
higher Ilols hi hpr wages but were not willing wilng to bind bindIhmsplves bindthm bindthme1ve
Ihmsplves thm fI IVIJP to UB UH use only union 1110n labor laborThf laholThp laborTh
Thf > Building Material Materal Dealers Deal r Associa Association Aia Aialon Association ¬
tion lon held hele Bulldinp a meeting mEctnp yesterday yeHteray while whlo the theIjiimbor theImlr theLumber
Lumber Imlr Dealers Deaerl Association oRcatlon was WR meeting meetingand mctl
and both bth organizations organizton agreed agrcd to act at to tonether toleher together
nether leher to oppote OppOi fllP0 the demands Delegates Delegatesfrom
from the Brick Brck Manufacturers Iauracturrs Association Associationattended Aetsociationattended laton latonatfndM
attended atfndM both meetings metngA and agreed apd to co coorate c cooperate
orate ol > rate In any ay plan which would bring bringorder brng brngordpr bringorder
order out 01t of the confusion created cratP by b the thearbitrary thearbirary thearbitrary
arbitrary demands demads of tho union F M MHolland Mholland I IHoland
Holland Holand an employer who attended attnde both bothmeotingfi bothmrtlnl bothmeetings
meetings mrtlnl Mid to a BUN SU reporter reporterThere r reporterThrre rer rer11fre
There never wa at any time in the his history hlatOI history ¬
11fre Wa
tory tOI of o labor labr unions Inlon a period prod when the thodemands theepmani thedemands
demands epmani were more mor arbitrary arbitrar than tha they are nronow ar arenow
now nol In a few days the unions InlonA will wl com completely cm cmplete cornpleteb ¬
pletely plete stop work on every building buiding in Man Manhattan Ma Manhattan ¬
hattan hata and Ind The Bronx ever It I is I a terrible terriblertatfi terrblo terrblotatp terriblostate
state tatp of affairs but tho employers have havebwm haven havehefl
bwm n forced torcN lnalT into conditions cndlton8 In which they theywuRt the themu theyfltuct
wuRt mu t make some fme stand for their own pro protection protetCI protectitn ¬
tection tetCI and Ind the t he protection protton of the public publicThe publc publcTho publicThe
The flftrmndthat every truck whall Ihal bear bearunion bearS
R union ur on rlmanHhat label ID I preposterous eer said A 0 Hut Huton Hutton Hutton
ton on of th the Hutton Huton prrteru Building BuldlnJ Material Materal Com Company Compn Cornpany ¬
pany pn Rondout P > ndnut The Te unionn ImloD In these thC days daysof da daof
of prohxrity are accomplishing their own ownkM OWI ownktniction
pr acmplAhlng
elllrctlon kM ktniction ruction Irty They will 111 eventually eyentualy make makerapitnl makeepinl makecapLtal
rapitnl epinl timid by rendering rnderng all al enterprise enterpriseunnrolitablo enterprsel enterprisesufltrofit
unnrolitablo unnrolitabloThe ufltrofit able ableTh
unnrltohlo unnrltohloT
The Tl Th shutdown fhltdown extends rcnds to Brooklyn Broklyn Long LongIsland Lng LngIand Len Lenleland
Island T Iand City Hoboken Jersey Jerey City Cty and nndrmwt andm an anmeet
Ciy Hobken
meet m t of the suburbs In Tn some re of these it is isto Isto isto
to KO into effect today
The IO buildingmaterial efet handlers whose whosedemands whole wholedemands whosedemands
demands buidingmateral the lockout lokout heads hM8 off or want wat 14 1 4 a aday adaYlnr adavaxtd
day daYlnr davaxtd and recognitlonof thoirunion In a num number nu number ¬
ber br of ways aYI The employers employel object objet to tothe tothe tothe
the union even more than to the wagon wagonAmong wape wagesAntorig
Among Amol other thlr things thlngl thU thl new state ltate of ofaffairs ofatllr ofaffair
affairs atllr further furher holds up work wor k on the schoolsnOw schools schoolsnow choi
now nol being lilp erected erect cd or remodelled rmodele So far farmore farmor farmore
more mor than a dozen new schools shol In Man Manhattan 1an 1anhatan Maflbatten ¬
batten hatan and The Bronx are ar delayed and re reporth r repoIta
porth prk have yet et to come in from Brooklyn BrooklynQueens BrooklynQ1ffS BrooklynQwens
Queens Q1ffS and Richmond RichmondV
Tti rile r Trouble With Ith Their TeIr Blval UnIon May Mayj MCILut Iy Iyll
ll Lut j st Indefinite IndefiniteThe Indennlel Indennlelhe IndeflnhlelThe
The he striking members membrs of the Brotherhood Brotherhoodof Brotherho
of Carpenters Crnterl were holding meetings mrtngl yester yesterday yeter yeterea yesterday ¬
dayA ea
A t member mpmbr of the Executive Executve Committee Committeeadmitted Commlto Committeearirnittl
admitted luJnltf1 last let night nlpht that It looked look as a if ifi ifIhe
i Ihe he carpenters c pnter fight fght might be continued continuedtofliiflnltely cntinue continuedThe d diIIflt
tofliiflnltely iIIflt ly
The Bittiatlon has not changed said saidh saidh
Tl Aluatlon bRI chanJJ Id Idhp
h hp Wo ore ae continuing cntlnwn the fight fpht It Is IsPossible I IPIbp isPoesibic
Possible PIbp that a general generallockUL lockout of the build buildIK buid buidIIK buildlug
lug IK trades trldeK mav take place paC Wo o know knowiiuthliic knowJlhhll knowdothlig
Jlhhll iiuthliic of thatThe that The Amalgnmat mnIganoatwl Kl > Society Societylias Sdfty SdftyIl
let Il refused rffuN to arbitrate arbl rot It 1 is for them themJo tll theftOertd
Jo Uon 0 Oertd end the tht fight tJht by I agreeing alrlng to arbitra arbitraHeNid arblra arblraUon arbitralIeaid
Uon1pllid HeNid 1pllid that the strikes trlkE1 against Rpant thcGcorfie thcGcorfierullcr the Gtrge GtrgeA George GeorgeA
A rullcr f Illier lllr Company Comll ny and Ind the ThompHonhinrrft ThompHon Thomtnrlrtt Tltoinpsoflttarr
hinrrft ttarr rlrtt Company onipany will wi b l be extended pxtendP to toMon to11on tOlittsburg
11on Mon Iitthburg PiuburJ and ad other cities cllf BH a well wellIhlluMpliln wella e en
n I IhlluMpliln IhlluMplilnI Ihlullphll
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fWKJMJL iN f ui0 HACK WAR r W4TflKFEp3 D 1 I KfEPH EP UP UPoeeapwita UPOeeUp
oeeapwita opt OeeUp its of UnionDriven vifonlvferrN VflionfliiveQCarpt Carriage gs liar liarto liaveto Haveto
to Get Ont Ot and ad Walk Wal In New Haven HavenNEW laen laenNEW havenNaw
NEW HAVEN H4VH May 8The eTo The occupants ocupants of a
dozen dozn union uion hacks haks at the funeral funera of Pole
Mulroyd Mulryd held in this city today tday worn wor per permltted permitted
mltted mltld to ride rde only from frm their own ow home hometo homeAt homesto pr prmltld
to t the place pla of the funeral funor l and from there therethey ther therethey
they had ha to walk to the church and then thoncto thoncoto co cot
to t the cemetery cmetr because bul their drivers drver he b
longed longd to th the union while whie the Sisk Brow Browundertakers Brosundertakerswho
undertakers underaker undertakerswho who had charge charg of the funeral funeralare funeralar DOI
are ar nonunion liverymen lvren Risk 8lk Bros Bre fur furnished f r rnlshed rnished ¬
nished the hearse hean They also als furnished furnishedthe furnlhod furnlhodthe
the carriages crags for the members membr of the family
When Wen the union hack hackme hackmen men saw IW Slsk SlskBroe RkBro SiakBros
Broe Bro hearses and ad half hal a dozen of their theircarriages theircrrag theircarriages
carriages crrag at the church they th y told the oc occupants occupts ooOupants ¬
cupants cupts of the union uion carriages carragc that they theywould theywould
would have to walk for their rules forbade forbadethem forbadethem forbadethem
them to Join In any funeral fuera procession proBlon man managed mln mlnage managed ¬
aged age by a nonunion Udertaker Udertakerhe undertaker undertakerThe
The he strongest strongeet appeals appals to take tae their place placeIn pJaoA pJaoAI pjacesin
In I the furjeral fUleral line lne were wer of no avail avit A Afew Afew Afew
few of the union carriages carrages when It was wasagreeable WB wasagreeable
agreeable aable to the occupants oupnte were ere driven drivento drven drvento
to the cemetery by a different dlnerent route to tothat totht tothat
that tht taken by the hearse hear and the family famiy
in the nonunion hacks hackl The majority of ofthe orthe ofthe
the union drivers drlverl returned reture to their stables stablesrA stablesltBOR stableslABOR
BUsiness DQlnt Men en Organize to Resist Rcln Union 1nloiDemand tnlonDemandaomo UnionDemanclsSome
Demand Demandaomo DemanclsSome Some Men Ien Out OutDENVER Out OutDENva
DENVER DENVR Col Col May 6 The Te bakers bakerstransfer bakel1 bakerstransfer
transfer teamsters temster and van va drivers drver of ofDenver ofDnvor ofDenver
Denver Dnvor are on strike strke and 12000 120 members membersof membr
of other unions unonl are threatening threatenig a sympa sympathetic sypa sypathoto eympathetlo ¬
thetic thoto strike The business bue men have haveformed havefored haveformed
formed fored a strong alliance alac and ad declare decare that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they will wl resist resit the demands demads of their em employees employe8 employees ¬
ployees ploye8 to the end endThere endTher endThere
There Ther is little lttle doubt now that the dif differences dlrerencs dirferences ¬
ferences erencs between btwOn local lo capital capitl and ad labor laborwill labr labrwl laborwill
will wl have to be b settled tt by a contest cntet that will willinvolve willinvolve 11
involve interests interestsOMAHA Intrsts IntrstsOVAHA interestsOMAHA the entire entre city ety and ad its 18 business businessinterests busness busnessIntrsts businessinterests
Federal Feeral Judge Grants GrnU Order Oner Against Asatnt In Interference b InterfereneeWltli ¬
terereneeWIUI terfereneeWltli terference With Men Ien Who 1o Are Working WorkingOMAHA WoriduiOMAHA orklIS orklISOMAHA
OMAHA Neb May fl 6Te 6The The United Unite States Stateshas Stte Stateshas
has h been bn dragged drgge into the he fight fght between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweenthe
the Omaha Omha BuHlnwn Bui 1 Mens Association Associationand Aocition Aocitionand
and the labor lbr unions uloO of the city Late Latethis Lte Ltethl Latethis
this thl afternoon afteroon Judge Mini Muger Munger go r of the United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStates
States Stte District Ditric Court issued IUe an Injunction Injunctionrestraining Ljw1cton Ljw1ctonrtmlnlg injunctionrestraining
restraining rtmlnlg the strikers Itrler8 from interfering interferingwith Intorferlngwith interferingwith
with the employers from frm congregating congregatingin congrgatig congrgatigIn
in crowds crwd or from menacing menacig the drivers driversin drver8 drver8In
in any way The Te Injunction Injucion la i very ver sweep sweeping SIP SIPIng sweeping ¬
ing In the application applCton for the restrain restraining ftrln ftrlnIng restraintag ¬
ing order orer the assertion oqaerlon was a made mde that all allfreight aUfright allfreight
freight fright destined detned to points pints without the theState theState theState
State Is I interstate Intentate commerce commec and trans transporting tranpring transporting ¬
porting pring such from warehouses warhoUes to railroad railroaddepot mlroad mlroaddept railroaddepots
depot dept Is a part pr of the haul haulThe haul haulThe
The Te petition ptiion Is I signed siged by fifteen frten of the theleading tholeadng theleading
leading leadng transfer coal oa and ad lumber com companies cornpanies ¬ I
panies and recites the terms term of the con contract contmct contract ¬
tract the teamsters teamsterl union asked the em employers employers ¬ i iployer8
ployers to sign The particular paticular objection objectionof oujeton oujetonor
of the applicants applcants is to that part of the theschedule theschedule i ischeule
schedule scheule permitting permltlnp union men to refuse refuseto
to handle freight declared delared unfair unfairIn
In addition the petition ptiion relates relatel par particular particular ¬
ticular tcular instances in which intimidation intimidationthreats Intimidationthrte intimidationthreats
threats thrte and violence vlolence have been ben used use by bythe bythe bythe
the strikers strkers against agalrt the nonunion men menwho menwho menwho
who have taken their places plac It I is alleged allegedthat aleged alegedthat allegedthat
that one striker made threats that if a acertain acran acertain
certain cran employer attempted atempte to drive his hisown hiAown hisown
he would bo assassinated assassinatedThe
own teams teaml b alnatEd alnatEdTe
The Te granting of tho thoinjunotionlmscreated thoinjunotionlmscreatedconsternation In junction has I created createdconsternation crt crtcnteraton
consternation cnteraton among the striking Itrklng freight freighthandlers fmlghthdler freighthandlers
handlers hdler many mT man of whom understand undertad very verylittle ver verylittle
little ltle concerning on rij injunctions InJunclon8 The prox proximity px pxImty proximity ¬
imity Imty of ofForCro Fort Crook had ha given rise re to the thereport therprt therepoit
report rprt among among the tl0 strikers ltrlker that tht Federal Federaltroops Feerl Feerltroc Federaltroops
troops troc from that post P t will 111 besont bseht to Omaha Omahaimmediately Omh Omhlmelatly Omahaimmediately
immediately lmelatly In I official ofcil circles crlc the report reportla rprt
la 1 denied denie as a absurd absurdThe absurdTht absurdThe
The Tht officers ofcr of the union are ar ordered orere to toappear toappar toappear
appear appar before bfor the t court c rt on May 20and show showcause showMU showcause
MU cause why the permanent pnnanent injunction Injuncion should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not issue issueThe IssuoThe issueThe
The injunction Injuncton restrains rstrains strikers from frompublishing frompublshing frompublishing
publishing publshing rules rles orders orer statements statments or ordirections ordlrtone ordirections
directions dlrtone from union uion officials ofc1a and from fromcontinuing fromcntnung fromcontinuing
continuing cntnung any agreement agrement among them themselves themIhea themselves ¬
selves Ihea in i restraint rtralnt of trade tradeThere tradeThere tradeThere
There was excitement and expec expectancy exp expeetancy ¬
tancy throughout trughout the business buslnC part par of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city ciy today but very few overt overtacts overtactf overtacts
actf acts have been ben committed cmmitte by the strikers strikersHundreds strklr strikersHundreds
Hundreds Hundr8 of policemen plcemen patrolled patrole the te whole wholesale wbolesle wholesale ¬
sle sale and ad jobbing districts dlAtrcI and squads aquad of of officers offcer offloors ¬
floors fcer accompanied accmpnie every eer loaded loadt wagon wngonwhich wagonwhich wagonwhich
which passed pl between beten the shippers shippr and andthe aDdthe antithe
the freight depots depotsDuring deptl depotsDtiring
During Durng the day da Omaha Omah was wa treated to tothe tothe tothe
the sight of some prominent promnent business men menof menor menof
of the city cty driving drvng loaded wagons through throughthe thrugh thrughtho
the streets strt followed folowed by jeers jlr and cries of ofScabJ orScabj ofScabj
ScabJ At noon nearly 1000 10 freight fright hand handlers handler handlers ¬
lers ler Scabj from rom depot dppt and wholesale house housejoined houfH houfHjoined housesjoined
joined the striking Rtrklng teamsters teamRtOr refusing rrwllng to tohandle tohndle tohandle
hndle handle freight friJht brought hroulht by employers employersThe employol employersThe
The Te expected ex tl clashes cleht8 between btwen the strikers strikersand atrlker strikersand
and the police plc were wer averted avered by thc thl failure failureof faiur
of the employers cmploYlr to start wagons wa on8 with wth non nonunion nontmlon nonunion ¬
union men The 10 few loaded wagons waonl which whichpassed whichp whichpassed
passed through thrugh the streets Itret8 were weN driven by bythe hythe bythe
p the proprietors prprftor and office ofc help not by byregular hyrgular byregular
rgular regular teamsters teamstersStriken teamter teamstersStrikes
Strikes StrkeR in other branches brcheR now in progress progressin progressin
in Omaha are progressing slng smoothly proJr the thebuilding thebuldlnp thebuilding
buldlnp building trades JrJr being bing completely cmpletly tied t up upwhile upwhie upwhilo
while whie all al firstclass f rt eM restaurants have ha e closed closedIn cofd cofdIn closedIn
In Council Cun Bluffs Blufa the strikers strkers passed paA1 an anuneventful anunecntful anuneventful
uneventful day no efforts eorA being bing made modeby madeby madeby
by the employers employer to utilize utiz nonunion nonunionlabor nonunionlabr nonunionlabor
laborTwo labor
laborTwo labr Two hundred hundrd Italian Italan laborers lahor were werejrought werebrought werebrought
brought into Omaha last IRt night from Chicago ChicagoIAY Cicgo Cicgobut Chicagobut
but they have not yet In been put to work workAI work2tI
Enslneel Engineers Ignore an Arbitration ArbItrton Decision Decisionand DeI Decisionand lon lonane
and ane Strike Without hout Wanting WantingCHICAGO WanlIIS WanlIISCIUCAOO YarnlniCIucAoo
CIUCAOO May fIgnoring 13Ignoring 1 Ignoring the arbitra arbltraion arbitraton arbitration
tion ion decision dclKlon given last lat week ek all tho engi engileerfl englnerl eIgineoN
ton neoN nerl employed employe in the various packing packinglouses packLg packLghoul packinghouses
houl houses louses in the stock Itok yards went on a strke strkehis atrkethis strkethis
this afternoon for an eight hour day and andhe andthe andthe
the he union aternQon scale of wages No warning warningvan arlng arlngWa
van given to the packers packer and no complaint complaintnode compaint compaintmade complaIntmade
made Wa Jhen that tho men were not satisfied Ktsfe with withhe withthe withthe
the he decision deh on of the arbitrators arbltratol The move movem moyeon moveon
on m the part < of the engineer englne will wi probably probablyie prohabl prohabltie
tie ie up overy eyerpcklng evorypacking packing house hous within wihin the stock stockranis stok stokyards sloe sloeyards
yards ranis temporarily temporarilyTho
Tho temprarly temprarlyTo action of thn theenginom engineer pnglnol incensed InCnF the thoIrcmen thefremen thefiremen
firemen To and ad they declare delar they will wi remain remainit rman rmanat
fremen at it their post even ver lf nonunion nonunion engineers engineersire enginer enginerare
are put to pat8 work in the plants The To strike strikevos Rtrko RtrkoWI strikewas
was not sanctioned either by tho union unionor
or WI > r by the sotone executive cxouthe board blrd and ad it came as assurprise Ma asa
have been sent to toal toall
a surprise surpri Telegrams bn fnt
all 11 aurprf the Western Weter TellJras branches braohe of tho Swift houses housesor houC houCfor liouesfor
al for or engineers to take tho places plac of the theitrlkers thestrke thestrikers
strikers strke strkeBUILDIG strikersBUILDING itrlkersWILDING engnoT
BUILDING OPERATIONS OPITIOtjSTIED TIED VP VPchenectaily UPSeheneetad tipScheneetall
chenectaily Plnniben PlnmlM lAke I ke the Carpcn Carpcntrn Carpn CarpntM Carpenters
trn tM Demand H Hour 10ul slid ald More Pay PaySciiEKECTADr P PSCIIECADY Pa PaScIuNECTADr
SciiEKECTADr SCIIECADY X Y May 6Tlio labor laboriltuation labr labrsituation laboreltuatioli
situation here is rapidly reaching raching tho acute acuteitngo acutotogo acutestage
togo Today the tieup of building buldL opera operaions opr oprton8 operations
with tho thoohiE thoolng theolng
practically completed
ions was wal pracicaly 1tl
ton8 olng out of the members membr of the Plumber PlumberJnion Plumbn PlumbersJnion
Jnion who want M 4 for an eighthour pIJhthour day daytistead da dahltead dayinstead
instead fnlon of 325 for a ninehour day All Allittempts Allathmpt Ailattemots
ittempts to 125 nettle ftle the matter mter by arbitration arbitrationiavo arblmtol arblmtolha arbitrationhave
ha have iavo 0 failed and tho union Inlon men have ha ye rcpu rcpullatod rpu rpud repudistocl
llatod fal their agreement made last 1 lt spring springlot springnot
thoi agrment Pring Pringnot
not lot te to strike Itrlt The carpe carpcntlr carpenters 1 strike tnkotill I Iti is isItiul
Itiul till on so that it is I 11 Impossible Impllble for con conrection 101 101traetor contractors
ti aIthouh aIthouhhundreds
tractors to finish their work ork alhough alhoughhundnda
traetor or fnih ant waiting for the theN1ctlon I o oerection
hundreds persons ar wailnp
erection hundnda of houses houss pfns In o oamilies orer order to urilg bring their theirrsmlEs t w r rfamilies
to this city cityTho cityThe
families rsmlEs Tho banks thl etr etrTho and merchants mernntl gem gemrly gemrlyar generally generallyare > rall rallro >
the thenroads thethlU thethreath
tate of trepidation Oer vcr
in state
are ro a trpldtlon
ar the labor agitators to tlo tloup tliup
threath Ihor nrlltol
thlU the town completely Iy am It 1 is Ctlmahd Ctlmahdthat eat mAlI mAlIthat
rnonth will be necessary t to rpnlr repair the theIlmdR theinroads
that month l UEfr the prosperity of o tho thoIty thorly t to todty
inroads IlmdR made upon Upl prlPrty
rly dty Ity by travelling tfvelnl malcontents malentfnt
I DetnoifMcLean Denon leLn Companys Compn Heat Agren Agrento Airecuto rM rMto
to Come Dark Into the Arbitration ArbltrailoiFold Arbitrlon Arbitrlonold ArbitrationFold
Fold old With Wih the Other Othereontrctorso OthereontrctorsoNow Contractors Contractorsse ContractorsseNow s sNow <
Now Iti W It Up to the Laborers Lbore to lletuni lletuniThere Rflm RflmThee ItetlirnThere
There Thee wo WR was better ueter prospect prospet yesterday yeatereay for i igeneral a aneTIIumptlon ageneral
general neTIIumptlon resumption of work on tho subway lubwaya ubwajan
an a result of the agreement agrement of the Central CentraFederated Cntrl
Federated Feorate Union to arbitrate arblrato tho strike strlkof strikeI <
of the subway Iubway laborers lauorel Thn Thf difference differenceexisting dleroncel differencesexisting
I existing exlKtng between leLwecn Michael Mlchlel J DeRnon Dognonheac Dognonheacof head headof
of the DegnonMcLeanCompany Degnol DegnonMcLean lcLan Cmpany Company und his hliassociates hislolatel hisassociates
associates lolatel In the t he Subway ContractorsAs ContractorsAssociation contractor8 AM AM8clatlon Assedation ¬
sedation 8clatlon which threatened threatenodto to promote promotftrouble promotetreuble promotetrouble
trouble in view Iew of tho fact that MrDegnoni MrDegnonicompany MrDegnon8company MrDegnonscontpany
company employs more than tha 50 per pr cent centof centof centof
of the striking laborers were settledyes settledyesterday Itleyes Itleyesterda settledyeaterday
terday terda according accordlnp to a statement tatClent made at atthe atthe atthe
the office ofco of John B McDonald McDonaldThat MoDonld MoDonldThaL McDonaldThat
That Mr Degnons defiance defance of Tuesday Tuesdaywhen Tueitdaywhen ue day daywlln
when wlln ho declared that ho would not grant grantthe grlit grlitthe grantthe
the demands demads of his hi laborers lauorerl laborersancl nnd if I they t did didnot didnot didnot
not return to work soon would fill fl their theliplaces thehplaes theirplaces
places with wih negroes ncgroK constituted constitute a serious serloufcloud srlouK srlouKeoudln seriouscloud
cloud eoudln In the t he general generl iituatlon I uaton was wa evidenced evidencedyesterday evidencedesterday evidencedyesterday
yesterday by the haste with wih which hlch a con conference conforence conforence ¬
forence was arranged betweeri Mr McDonaid McDon McDonald Iconaid ¬
aid and ad Mr Ir Degnon DegnonMr Degnol
Mr tr McDonald McDonld sent snt a representative rpfntathe to tohavo tohavo tohavo
havo a a long talk with Mr Degnon That Thatresulted Thatroultod Thatresulted
resulted roultod in Mr Degnon DEgnon having a long talk talkwith tll talkwith
with Mr MI McDonald loDonald later in the latters lattersoffice latter8ofc lattersoffice
office ofc Tim le upshot of the conferences conferoncs was wasthat wasthat wasthat
that tho statement was 8 made that Mr MrDegnon MrDegnon MrDognon
Degnon had agreed aprod to como cmo back In the thefold thetold thefold
fold and ad would abide by any agreement agreementmade agreementmade jrfmeDt jrfmeDtmode
made by b the association Msolatlon For his hll part prt Mr MrDegnon MrDegnon Ir IrDegnon
Degnon refused rerufd to say fay anything anythingIt
It was Wa learned leared yesterday that Mr lr Deg Degnons Degnon8 Dognons
nons defiant defant attitude atludo was a the result of a arecent arent arecent
recent rent meeting meting of the association asition at which whichsomething whlohImothlng whiohsomething
something Imothlng won WR said that Mr lr Degnon didnt didntlike didntlkt didntlike
like lkt It was declared yesterday ve terday by a man manin manIn manin
in a position psi Iou to speak with authority auhorty that thatthis thatthl8 thatthis
this had nothing nothLg to do with the labor situa situation siua siuaton situation ¬
tion ton It I was a remark made by another anothercontractor aother aothercontrotor anothercontractor
contractor controtor which Mr lr Degnon regarded as aspersonal 8 aspersonal
personal Jnonl and which hlch ho also aL o regarded 03 03offensive a asoffensive
offensive ofon8lve rite he result reult was 8 that tht he left the themeeting themeetnp themeeting
meeting meetnp and announced announcd his hL intention itention of ofcutting orcuting ofcutting
cutting cuting loose from from the other contractors contractorsand contrctof
and doing things to suit ult himself hlmsel That is isthe i isthe
the way McMullen Mc ltnen t McBean lcBn who have a aHarlem aHarlom aHarlorn
Harlem section slctlon have done from the flint flintMr fnt fntIr firstMr
Mr Ir Degnon however joined jolntd the asso association 8S assoelation ¬
elation catlon when hen it was WI formed and was wa a party partyto
to the agreement agrement made with the Cuntral CuntralFederated Cntral CntralFedortpd CttntralFederated
Federated Fedortpd Union Unon This agreement agremlnt signed signedby signedby signedby
by all but McMullen lc tulen 4 J McBean was W that thatin thatin thatin
in the event of any dispute with any of the theworkers theworker theworkers
workers worker on tho subway who were mem members membr nienibets ¬
bets br of the C F U the differences diferencs were wer to tobe tob tobe
be b arbitrated by b a standing committee committeeand cmmtee cmmteeand committeeand
and that pending pndlnJ such settlement 8tlelnent the men menwore menere menwore
wore ere to remain at work This Thi Is the agree agreement ngre ngrement agreemont ¬
ment which the th committee cmmite of the Central CentralFederated CentralFederate CentralFederated
Federated Federate Union agreed agred to adhere to on onTuesday onTut onTuesday
Tuesday Tut dIY and and to make the newly formed formedlaborers formedlaborer formedlaborers
laborers union a party to it itMr Itl itMr
unon par
Mr l Degnon said Mil a representative representatve of ofMr orIr ofMr
Mr Ir McDonald yesterday yeterday will 1 not Import Importnny Impr importany
any negroes but will wl act with 1th the other bthercontractors othercontractors thercontracton
contractors contracton In standing by their part of oftho oftho ofthe
tho agreement a ment and being bing willing wilng to pr arbi arbitrate abl abltato arbiorate ¬
orate tato It has ha been hen the rule rul of tho asso association a80 a80catlon associatton ¬
ciation catlon of subcontractors Huhcntractot right rllht along to torefrain torefraln torefrain
refrain from acting in a hostile h tle manner mannertoward maner manertoward mannertoward
toward tho unions Mr lr Uignon Dognon gave the theidea theIdo theidea
idea Ido on Tuesday Tueay that h he was wa tired tred of such suchn suchan uch uchan
an n atttude attitude n Hi Ills IT rruAI refusal r l to join IIM wth with 111 the thoother theother l lother
other contractors Jontrctol might have re retulted retultedIn resulted resultedin ulted ultedin
in sympathetic fypthetlc strikes strkos nnd all 11 sorts BOrl of ofretaliatory orretalatory ofretaliatory
work workAccording workAccrlnl workAccording retaliatory retalatory measures mealurs affecting antlng the entire entirework entre entrework entirework
According Accrlnl to Herman Robinson Rbinson or organizer organl7r organizor ¬
ganizer of the Italian Halan laborers laboren union the theexecutive theextuthe theexecutive
executive extuthe board of the union must mIL L first firstconsider frt frtcnsider firstconsider
consider cnsider the proposition propBllon about returning returningto
to work pending pndl arbitration arbiration and ad as a this thiswill thiswl thIswill
will wl be done today toda it will wJ bo b Saturday Stunay
before bfore work can 01 be b resumed Mr 11 Robin RobinBon RoblnRn Robinson
Bon Rn declared delar that all ni nume that the committee committeeof cmite
of the central ontr contra body by had done was WI to advise advisethe avlf advisethe
the te laborers Jabrr to go back It is believed believedthat bieve believedthat
that tat they the will wi do do so soPractically soPrctcaly COPractically
Practically Prctcaly no work was done on the thesubway thesUhway thesubway
subway yesterday Ctorda every ever branch hrnch being beingtied beingte beingtied
tied te up by b the strike Outside of the nub nubway fub fubway subway
way there ther wax WI idleness IdlenO j too in most ex excavations excaaton oxcaatlons ¬
cavations caaton The contractors organization organizationtf orgaizton orgaiztonof
tf of n Oreattr Greater n V New VrtN York K he has U been Jke asked l 4 U by the theCentral theCentral U UCentral
Central Federated Feerate Union to agree agre to ar arbitrate arbirte arbitrate ¬
bitrate birte as a the subway contractors contractor have havebut haebut havehut
but no reply has he been ben received receivedREADY rlceled rlceledREMU receivedREADI
Miner Inel Eager to nesln e ln the Work ork of the theHoard theloard theiloerd
Hoard loard of Conciliation ConciliationWILKKBBUIRB Comlaton ComlatonWrLSBURR ContiItlonVixjxsBtnnx
WILKKBBUIRB WrLSBURR Pa May 6 6Tlm The mine mineworkers minewrker mineworkers
wrker workers have havl not yet been bn notified notlOe officially officiallyof omcial
of Messrs Luther LutherVarriner LutherWarriner
of the appointment Ipplntnwnt lelr Luthlr LuthlrWarriner
Warriner and Connnll C < nnel as Of the operators operatorsrepresentatives operatn operatorsrepresentatives
rpmRntatlyes representatives on the board of concilia conciliation cncia cnciaton concillation ¬
tion In coal troubles They Tho say M however howeverthat howeorthat howeverthat
ton that thuy are ready rady nt II any time tme to hold holdtho holdthu holdtue
tho first nrl1 conference cnfernC They The They hope hop it will willtake wi willtake
take place early next week ck owing to tho thoin thoIncraBlnp theincreasing
IncraBlnp increasing irllnf Illfeeling among the mine work worker workems
in er caused MU > d by their many grievances greanOs It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is the mino workers worker plan to hold a meeting meetingin
in each mining rlnlnf centrn cntre so 10 as to hear the thegrievances thogrAvanCf thegrievances
grievances of the workers workersTho worker workersrho
grAvanCf Tho ho chief matters matell to Iw l submitted ubmlted to the theix theboard lie lieboard
board ix > anl are ar to determine what constitute ctltlutel a alinohour Uninohour aninehour
linohour day plans to prevent prvont dlscrimina dlscriminaion dllcrmna dllcrmnalon liscriminaIon
lon ion for placing placlnp a check wcighman weighma nt ntvery lt lteery atevery
every > very colliery colier a standard hauls bnlit for com comDUtlug cm cmpUtlP cornputing
DUtlug prices prlC1 and establishing eBtahlahlng a Sunday Sundayloliday Hunda Hundaholray
holiday pUtlP holray for the engineers englneerl The chief chiofItiestlons chlerquellons chiefiuestions
quellons Itiestlons which tho operators opertor want settled settlediro fUlcd fUlcdar settledare
are how to prlnt prevent tho mine workers workor from fromluitting rromquiting fromquitting
ar quiting quitting on holidays holtn1 which aro not allowed allowedind alowed alowedand allowedand
and remaining rom1llnp away fwa away from rrm work after ntlr pay paydays payclays
Jays and also alH how howo to prevent Interference Interferencevith IntfTerenc Interferencewith
with nonunion nonlnlon workers workersHICAGOS workersClltOS workersCIICAGOS
sundry Lnndr Strike ftrkc Roes Got on and Clean CINnShlrll Shirts ShirtsHard Shtrtthard
Hard lant to etOther el Other Strike StrikeCHICAGO StrikesCnicAoo trkt trktCHCAGO
CHICAGO CHCAGO May Mfl > o 6Clc 0Chicagos Chicagos p0R labor wars warsontlnued warscontnue warscontinued
continued contnue today and indications IndlcatonA are that thathe thatthe thatthe
the he trouble will il spread The laundry laundrytrike lnuldrystrko laundrystrike
strike strko Is still sti in force fore and there ther are ar no indi indiitions idi idictions mdications
itions ctions of an immediate Immlato settlement sttement Both BothdcH BothIde Bothstde
stde Ide dcH are paid to be ready to toconfor confer cnfer and ad the thenan theman theman
man in need of a clean shirt shir desires deires that thathey thatthey thatthey
they should nP hut tho cea strike trke drags drg on onAll onAl onAll
All except one of Kohlsnats KohlAtl lunch rooms roomsiro roomAaro roonisaro
aro Al cloned cold by the strike Itrku of the colored coloredvaitors clod clodwaioT coloredwaiters
waiters Union Ulion liakors baItrs have boon bn aslted asltedo e1ed e1edto
waioT to o join tho Ito walkout wlllout and the lie hundreds hundredsif Inwdlds Inwdldsor
or if lunch count counters rs supplied uppled by Kohl Kohllaats KohlIts Kohlsaats
laats Its bakers bakef may bo without wihout supplies suppliesomorrow Iupplel suppliestomorrow
tomorrow Bookbinders DollhlndeT and paper cut cutcrs cutters cutters
tomorrw papr
ters crs in four large establishments > tahlfhlntA struck struckoday strck strcktoda strucktoday
all book work workvill workil workwill
today toda and Iwforo fom Monday al bok
will probably Ixj stopped toppd in Chicago ChicagoPresident ChicagoPnsldent ChicagoPresident
il President Shardt of ot tho Chicago Chlclo Federa Federaion Feer Fecleration
tion ion of Labor and Secretary 8e retar Deutsch of oflie ofthe ofthe
ton the lie Mntal IRtl Trades Trde8 Council Counci called cle on Gon Gonmnv Gonerl Goneral
erl eral IlnagCr Manager Clarw Clarke or the Drnl Dcerrn com comJl cornian
ian mnv and the first flt stops stfp were weT taken tlken to toettle toletle tosettle
settle letle Jl 0 thestrike theftrke and all lockout affecting5000 affecting5000rorkmen antlng affecting500oworkmen 560
workmen workmenCllUJEV workmenCIIILIRLVSTRIKERS rorkmenCHILDREN
Imal Small mall Boy Bo tilt Hll hIlts Another With Wih itIo a Wrench Wrenchcirl WreniCiGirls reml remlWrls
Girls Driven nrlnn Away AwayMorn A AwayMorn war warIor
Morn Ior than a dozen of the 1400 140 boys bYR and andjlrla andplrl8 andgirls
girls plrl8 who ho went flt on strike from frm tho Chelsea ChelseaJuto Chel ChelseaJute
Juto Mills ls in Orecnpolnt Ornplnt on Monday rp rplortod r rsored r rsorted
sorted sored to violence violenc yesterday Etprday to prevent preventapplicants proventnpplcant preventappiicalits
applicants npplcant for work tom rom oin going golnp to tho thoactorv thofactorv thefactory
factory at Manhattan Manhatan avenue and fnd Commer Commeriai Cmmer Cmmerdal Commertreot
dal iai Btrcot Htrt Thirte Thlrtenyearld Thirteenyearold iyearold Frederick FrederickJuckholt Jlerck JlerckBuckholt FrederickBuckhiolt
Juckholt of 88 8 Clay Cia street Ktret was struck trck on onho onthe ont
the t ho head with wih a wrench wrnch by Edward Bohllger hlger hlgerI
14 4 years old of 93 Clay CIa street strtt Bohilger Bohilgervns Bhlglr Bhlglrwas
was I arrested arrcItee In n the Ewon street Ktrt polico policolonrt plcl plclCOlr poitcocourt
court ho was paroled prled pending pnding a hearing hearingTwo hlarng hlarngTwo hearingTwo
COlr Two girls who went went tothe to th mills mi to got gotrork jft jftork getwork
work were wer prll also als attacked ntacke by strikers striker anti nmiIriven Bnddrven antitlriven
Iriven from frm the thl neighborhood nelJhhorhod The police policelispersed plc pohicdispersed
dispersed drven dlpnd the strikers strikersChicago strikersChleaio trkeT trkeTUlltaKO
Chicago Strike rlk IlckeU fio 0 to Jail JailCHICAGO JailCHICAGO
UlltaKO lt Jai JaiCHCAGO
CHICAGO CHCAGO May 6 6Wilam 6William William J Sloan Sloa and andanlol andDalll antiDaniel
Dalll Daniel anlol Thompson lomp on the pickets In the lie gas gastrike jM jMtrke gasstrike
strike who were found guilty puly of contempt contemptf cntempt cntemptor
or trke f court curt and ad sentenced ntlncd in jail Jal by Juduooldom Judjo JudjoHollum Juduo hudgeHoldom
Hollum Holdom oldom wero surrendered urrfndlrP by their bonds bonMsinn bnd bndman bondsntm
man inn Edward Horan this thll afternoon The Thowo Thetwo 1
two wo men nln wore taken to the county cunty jail jailyabaiMT Jni jailby
by yabaiMT a holll1 baitlT Thompson Thomp on will wl have to serve wrvoMirtwi 1f serveolirtcPn
fourNn Mirtwi and ane Sloan Iloln ten day
Rplieopallant EpIscoplan In Pennilvanla and ali fit fitJersey Ni Nw NwJersey
Jersey ell Vole ote Against alnt Chance ChancePHILADELPHIA haniePIIILADaEPIUA anse
PHILADELPHIA PuLDELPIA May Ily o 6To 0The Tho Protest ProtestEpiscopal Prttstnt PrttstntEplfpal Protestant ProtestantEpiscopal
Episcopal Eplfpal convention onventon In II session Hefion at 8 8Lukos St StLukos StLukes
Lukos Epiphany Church Churh Thirteen Thirteenstroiit ThlrtoonthstrofL Thirteonthstreet
street below Spruce SprCI decided deided today tday that thaIt thatIt thatIt
It It It wan Wlf not expedient expdllnt at present pTHent to chang changtho ohangotho changethe
tho nam name of tho Church by dropping th thword the thoword theword
word Protestant The Th action follows followsI rolowed rolowedI followedthe
I I the adveroo adelo report of the committee cmmltt ap appointed appinted appointed
pointed pinted on Tuesday afternoon afteroon to consider consldethe cnsider cnsiderthe considerthe
the matter matr following folowing Bishop Whltakor Whltakorreference Whiakers Whiakersrorlrnce Whiitakorsreference
reference rorlrnce to It in his annual address addressThe addreK addreKThe addressThe
The report rport said tialdIt saidIt Id IdI
It I Is still tl the duty of our Church to main maintain maintain maintttin
tain and express exprl an earnest carne at protest again againthe against againstthe againstthe
the uncat uncatholc uncatholio hollo usurpation usurpaton and pret prten prtenlionA preten pretensions n nsions
sions lionA of the Roman ROlan Catholic Catholc see se in doctrinl doctrinlno doctrn
no 10 lent lefl than In discipline dllplne It must never neveIxi neverbe
Ixi 10 forgotten rorgolen that this thIsi in a Protestant Prtetant na nation nation nation
tion nnd one might on well wel attempt atempt to drive drlviback driveback driveback
back tIle lie waves of the ocean ocan as to change changiby changeby
by legislation I < Klslaton tho cherished religious rlgloua opln oplnions opln10nR opinions
ions of a great people peopleThe pple ppleThe peopleThe
The change of name the report rprt further furtlieistated furtherstattd furtherstated
stated stattd would subject Iuujtct the Church Churh to grea greaItlgation grat gratItlpation great greatitigation
Itlgation Itlpation about abuL property prprty left lef in trust trustOne trUAt trustOne
One 011 hundred hudrd and twelve clergymen and
72 pariahoa arlhol voted against the change in inname II iiiname
name nae to 39 clerygmen 21 parishes pnrihe in favor favorTho ravorTho favorThe
Tho diocese dlOle of Now Jersey Jorey also alf acted actfKnegatively actednegatively
negatively negltlvely on the proposal proposl to chango the tlwname thename thename
name Protestant Episcopal Eplcopal1 as designating designatingthoir deignating deignatingtholr designatintheir
their Church at the annual convention held helctoday heldtoda heltoday
today toda hi I St Pauls Church Camden Cmden Th Thresult The Theresult Theresult <
result of the clerical ballot blot was 30 in favor favoiof favoror favorof
of the change and ad U 3 against it itMAYOR Ituon itI4IOfl
In Honor lonor or the XSOth 210h Dlrthyetr mrhNr or the theCity thecUA theCitA
City cUA CitA A Week or It ItMayor ItMayor ItMayor
Mayor Low Lw will vl today tay issue this procla proclamation proclamaton proclamation ¬
mation mationTo
maton matonTo
To the Ac People Itollr of the City Citl lit nf r New Ntl York YorkOn rMkOn lItkOn
On the 2d of February ebrulf 16J3 Oov Peter PnterStuyvesant P PeterStuyvesant ter terStuesnt
Stuyvesant Stuesnt of the Province Irolnce of New Ne Nether Xetherlancl NetherInnd Netherltiiitl
lancl issued a proclamation granting the theprivileges theprlUles thepririitges
sul procamoton grantnl
privileges prlUles of city etrgoernrent government to the then thencity thenclr thencdt
city clr cdt of New ew Amsterdam tsterdam Two wo centuries centlrlM and anda
a half hllf have been bepn added ldded to the Worlds story story6lnc stor stor6lel storysince
since 6lel then and the little ltle city elt of New el Am Amsterdam Ameterdam m msterdam ¬
sterdam later known for u I season lea80n as o New NewOranco NewOrnl NewOrange
Orange Ornl und Ind now become the proud prud city clt of ofNew otNel ofNew
New Nel York still otl dominates dorlnate the noble bay ba and andthe andthe andthe
the stately 6ttel rivers rler8 that marked It for the Site Siteof Uo Uoof itoof
of the great city elt oven at lt that early earl day dayThe da dahe dayTue
The he handful Ilndtul of population populatonabout populationabout about 1000 1000In 10 i000in
In number numberwho who greeted Ireeted with acclaim the thoproclamation theproelnmntol tueproclamation
proclamation proelnmntol of Gov Stuyvesant establish establlshInu establAh establAhInl establishing
Inu Inl municipal munlclpl government here has hlJ grown grownto Iown Iownto
to be b a vatt VIt multitude multtude of more than three threeund threeand threeand
and a half hai millions mlloM of souls soulsMany sotilMaiit oulsIan
Many Ian vicissitudes vlcl sltude9 have befallen befalen Man Manhattan Manhatan Manhattan ¬
hattan hatan Island 1 land and our country countr In this long longInterval 10lg 10lgIntEfal longinterval
Interval IntEfal but the city et of New e York ork greets greetsthis Iret5 Iret5thl greetsthus
this thl anniversary Innlver Ir year ecr as it 1 city clt that Is In Inspired 11 Inspired ¬
spired alike alko by b the stirring trrlnl memories temOrlp9 of Its Itspast Is IsIlat itstiast
past and by b its confident conldent anticipations antcipatons of ofa ofa ofa
a still more glorious IIorlou9 future futureirriiteful fut futureIn uro uroIn
Mi In no spirit of unworth unworthy pride ride blt but with withIntptul withgmntefui
irriiteful Intptul recognition recogniton of the Divine blessings blesslnpithat hltsln hltslnthut blessingstittit
that tiara made our beloved bElovpd city clt > what It is isI IeI IsI
I cull cul upon the tht peopleiof New e1 ork to make makeof maktho makethe
the welk week hErlnnlng beginning May lay 24 and endlna ending May Mayal 11
30 whlcb has been desIgnated by the 10ari Board Boardof
of Aldermen Aldfrmn for this purpose a gala we week weekin k kin
in this city in celebration Cplebrltol purpse of this Interesting Interestingevent Itfestng Itfestngelnt imiterestiagevent
event elnt et During the whole holo of this wefk weI the thecitizens theet1enA thecitizens
citizens et1enA arc requested requfstpd to fly I their flags 11 from fromdwellings fromdwellnlB fromdwellings
dwellings dwellnlB and Ind buildings buldinKs of every ever description descriptionthe
the newspaper press prtss of the city clt Is us lS asked Iced to tobring tohrlnK tobring
bring neWRpapr home to tho people a sense of New NewYorks NewYorls NewYorks
Yorks long 1011 history hIFtor and the ministers minisers of ofreligion orrelgion ofreilgiun
religion relgion are requested rpqlcFtd at their thei usual Isual places of ofworship ofworship ofworship
worship to remind their hearers of the event eventthut e eventthut > t tthut
thut Is being bln celebrated celebrtd and to invoke tho thoDivine thoDhlne theDivine
Divine blessing upon the municipality municipalityIt
bleslnA munlclpalt munlclpaltI
It I Is I hereby here b ordered that thlt flags 111 shall hal be bedisplayed b bedisplmyed
displayed upon tho schoolhouses and upon uponovery uponep uponevery
every ep city building buldlnl during this entire entre week weekand weeknnd weekand
and the c1 Board of Education Erucatlon Is 1 requested reoueatedto rlqueoted rlqueotedto
to provide for special exercises exprcl eo In every everytchool ever everhool everchool
tchool hool In II the city on the 2 6th th of May the theday thedn theday
day dn < upon Ipon which et the granting Irantng of the first frst city citycharter citychartr ettycharter
charter will be celebrated In the thp Alder Aldermhnlo Aldrminlo Aiderninnio
mhnlo chamber wil so that the children chidren of the thecity theclt thecity
city minlo clt may mi chlmbr have hlo a realizing relilng sense n > of the he long longhistory lovl longhistory
history hl tory of New lew York ork and Ind be b filled tied with Ith the thnpublicspirited thepublcspirited thepubltcspirtted
publicspirited publcspirited desire to bo b worthy worth citizens citizensof citzns
of 0 such HtCh a a city cityGOVPERS cItyGOUPERS cityGOVPEIIS
If I He le Doesnt Doent Go There trl or Send Money Moneythe Moneythe IODe IODethtBI
the thtBI Die Strike May Ma Ia Collapse CollapseLOWELL Colapse ColapseIWELL CollapseLOWELL
LOWELL Mass M May 8 6It It Is i becoming becomingevident bcoming bcominge1dent becomingevident
evident that Samuel muel Oompers Oomper president presidentof prHldon
of the American Aedcn Federation Federaton of Labor Laborwill Lbr Lbrwi Laborwill
will wi bt b be > obliged oblgd to come to Lowell Lwel or have havehis haehis havehis
his failure faiure to do so interpreted Interprted as a due to toa toa toa
a lack of interest Intenst in supporting lupprtlng the strike strikenow Itrlke Itrlkenow strikenow
now going on in the cotton cton mills mis Matters Mattersappear Mattersappear Iaten Iatenaplar
appear to have hI e reached rachec such a state that thattho thttho thatthe
aplar tho support ppOr of the American AmerCan Federation Federationof federaton federatonof
of Labor Lbor alone will wi maintain mantan the morale moraleof
of the striking operatives operativesDissatisfaction oprtive oprtiveDI8t1flctlol operativesDissatisfaction
Dissatisfaction DI8t1flctlol with the amount of ofstrike ofAtrko ofstrike
strike Atrko benefits bnefts realized ralzd is expressed lxprld by byboth b bbothUule byboth
both bothUule mule spinners spinner and loom lom fixers fxer who whofurnish whorUnlAh whofurnish
furnish rUnlAh the backbone bckbne of the til tli strike Itrke move movement moement moveritent ¬
ment ment Neither organization or anlzton has received recolvedthe reCJhed reCJhedthe receivedtIme
the full ful benefit beneft of 55 5 a week wek The amount amountrealized amout amoutrealc amountrealized
realc realized has lM it is I stated gone as low as asf al
f 1 a we wCk wCkUnder week weekUnder k kUnder
11 Under these the circumstances crcultanos tho outlook outlookis outook outookI
is I toward toward tho American Amercan Federation Federaton of Labor Laborwhich Labr LabrwhIch Laborwhich
which tho operatives have hvo been bn assured assuredwould 0lurd 0lurdwould assuredwould
would pour oprate money into Lowell Lwel and leave leaveno
no reason rMon pur for any striking operative oprte going goingbnck goingbnck goinglnck
bnck to work But no American mercan Fedora Fwderation Ffdera Ffderatlon Fedoration
tion of Labor Lbor money mone money has ha yet et arrived arwd it is issaid Isaid issaid
said nnd the fact that President Prsident Oompers Oompersin Oomprs OomprsIn
in the th three days he was wal In Boston BAtnn could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not get time to run up to Lowell IJwel and giv givtho ghO give givethe
the strikers ftrlkerf a word of cheer chfr before bfor he hI went wentback wtnt wtntback ventback
back to Washington Wahlngon suggests that for foraonio forIomn forcone
Iomn cone reason rasn he did not wish wl1 to do BO BOTho H soTho
Tho Textile Textie Council Counci is I In receipt rcipt of con continued continued continued ¬
tinued contributions cntributon but not enough for forits forIl forits
Il its needs neds The Aid Committee Cmmlteo is besieged besiegedwith ueslegedwith besiegedwith
with applications applcation for help helpLAG helpFlut helpFLAG
ntcratlnc Interetns Kxrrclie l rrell to De e Held leld at Their TheirHome Trlr Trlrloll TheirHome
Home loll Tomorrow TomorrowThere Tomorrow TomorrowTerl TotmtorrowThere
There Terl will wi be b Interesting Intrstng treeplanting treeplantingnd trplantng trplantngand
and nd flagraising faJrlslnp exercises exerclR on Friday after afteroon afternnn afternoon
nnn noon oon at the Home Hore for the Friendless Frendlef 830 830Voodycrest 936Wocrelt 030Woodycrest
Voodycrest Wocrelt avenue a near I82d 16d st root rt and Jor Jorme Jerome Jororno
ome me avenue At 130 oclock the IBS 18 I8 chil chilIren chJ cliiidren
Iren drel of tho home will wl gather in front of the theiitllding thebuldllJ thebuilding
building buldllJ to sing and speak as the tree is isilanted II IIplnted isplanteti
plnted planteti ilanted At the close colO of these exercise exerci8 the thoJag thefag lie liefiagwili
fag fiagwili Jag will 11 be b run rn up upthtopole the pole ple in inthe tho grounds groundsAlexander groundeAlexander groundsAlexander
Alexander Hamilton Hamlon Post Post 182 G A H Hrill R IIwill
wi will rill take charge eharpe of tho flagraising fagrnIHlnp exercises exercisesho exerl exerlho exercisesTiimt
Tiimt ho Alexander Hamilton Hamiton Women ornens Relief ReliefJorps Relef RelefCrp ReliefCorps
Corps 162 will wl Ixj present prHnt in a body bodyomrado hod hodComrade bodyComrade
Crp Comrade H A Wilklnn Wlklnl of the post will willnnkfl wil wiiimake
make the address addr of presentation presntaton the thoittlute theMlute thmosalute
salute and ald a recitation ciation The 11 Significance Significanceif Slgnlfcno
of if the Flag Flap will wi follow folow and the Rev Rf J Jiumnor JHumner JSurminer
iumnor Stone will 1 accept nccpt the flag fog flagand and pole polevhioh polewhich polewhiehi
which are ar the gift Irt of Hamilton Hamiton Post on onBehalf onbEhalr onbehalf
bEhalr Behalf of the home The public publc are ar Invited Invitedo In invliedto te
to o be present presentPASTORS prsent prsentpUTOn presentP45T
ts Hip Ill Church Folks Help lell Ur Dent to Cite Celebrate Celt Citebrats ¬
brats a Double Anniversary AnniversaryThe
The friends of the Rev Re Dr E A Dent Dentantor Dpntpetor Dentpastor
petor pastor > antor of tho Sixtyfirst Sixtyfrt Street Stret Methodist Methodistepiscopal Methodit MethoditEplcpal MethodistEpiscopal
Eplcpal episcopal Church helped hflped him celebrate celebrateho olebrte olebrteIhe celebratethe
the ho opening of the sixth ixth year of his hi ministry ministryn mlnitry mlnitryIn
In n that church and the tenth anniversary anniversaryif annlerrv annlerrvof
of if his hi wedding weding on Tuesday night nlJht At Atmcllng a aneetlng ameeting
meeting mcllng in the church churh auditorium audiorium several severalwelcome severaladdresses everaladdretl
addretl addresses or welcome wllcll were madpat the t hici close closeif cOe cOeor closeof
or if which a bouquet bOU < IN was WJS as presented Ilrllntoc to Mrs Mrsent MrsDent 11
watch Dr Dent DentA
Dent ent and a gold to r
A large quantity Cuant pold of tinware tlnwar awaited nwaled the theiantor thePtor thepastor
pastor and Mrs Ir Dent f11 afterward and the theriends therrlend thefriends
friends Ptor ate cake ckl anti nd ire le cream creamInuslun creamIMs creamirtislan
Inuslun IMs ln Kxlle 1 lc Killed 111 by I a Fall FallCharles Ial IalCharieR iaiiCharles
Charles E Vunker Yunktr 85 8 8 years old was W in intnntly Inltantly instnntly
tnntly ltantly killed kie yesterday morning monlnJ by falling fallingrom ralng ralngfrom fallingfrom
from rom a window 1indowOI on oh the third floor for floorof of his home homeat
at t 201 Warren Warrn street Brooklyn Brklyn to the stoop stoopIe ltop ltople stooplie
le lie Ie was Wa sitting fi tin on 01 Oh a rocking rocklnp chair at tho thoipcn thooPn theopen
open window when hen he was wa seized Ilzed with withnrtieo wih wiherligo whimvertigo
vertigo oPn nrtieo and fell fel out headlong headlonl Nearly NearlyIftv NearlyfIfty farl farlttv
fIfty yean n ago o Mr Ir Vunker was l banished banishedrom banlshlr hammishidfrom
ttv rri from rom Prussia TnMla far on account acmult of his hlf political politicaldews poltciL politicalviews
dews He WUIIP CJIe to this thl country countn anti on onaged onlap1 engaged
vew aged in II the cigar ar packing Jacldng business bUllne Hn Hnaves Holeae Heleaves
lap1 c
leae leaves aves a widow and two seats ln one of whom whomi wholnII
II lm i Policeman Plcmn Frank Fralk bunker Ylnklr of the thl Adams Adamstrwt Adams4reet dam
Hlt trwt Htntiot
Well Wel made high highgrade highgrade
grade office officefurniture ofce ofcefurniture
furniture of ofevery ofevery
every kind at atExport atExport
Export Prices PricesHALE Pries PriesHALE
IS STONE STONeST ST next Produce Exchange ExchangeRIOTOUS exchln ExchangeRIOTOUS e eRIOTOUS
They Tey Had 11 Impressed Imprestl a I iJans In Southport Kouthporiand Southportndlad Souftiporlanti
and ndlad Had Made Them Tel Move on 01 the theStratford theJtrtford theStratford
Stratford Jtrtford Men MenAfter Ienfer After a Clash cuh With the theSheriff theSherIf theSheriff
Sheriff SherIf the nioters Pote Fled Fltl to Bridgeport BridgeportBntDdEPORT Irldsepr IrldseprBRtOEPORT HrideportBniDazPowr
BntDdEPORT BRtOEPORT Conn Cnn May o 6Cclnty 6CclntySher 0County 0CountySheriff Cpuntj CpuntjSheriff
Sheriff Sher Sidney SldneyE E Hawley and a posse pIa of oldeputies ofdoputc ofdeputies
deputies doputc clashed e8hed with Ith a crowd crowe of about 1X 1Xof 100of
of the Consolidated Croldated Railroads Riroad a striking utriklngtrackmen strikingtrackmen trklng trklngtrackmen
trackmen at Stratford five fvo miles mleo west westof wct wctof westof
of this city ciy at noon today and routed thorn thornTho themTo ItemThe
The To strikers strller were ero armed with wth revolvers revolversand revolversand
and clubs and had threatened thrctcned the thf lives livesof lvC lvCof livesof
of the trackmen at work there unless thvf thvftoo th8 thettoo
too went on strike strikeArmed Atrlee AtrleeAr strikeArmed
Armed Ar with policemens plcmens clubs clubI the Sheriff Sheriffand Sheriffarid
and ald his deputies doputC advanced adncd on time riotous riotousgathering riotousgatherng riotousgathering
gathering gatherng and dispersed dsprJe them Protection Protectionwas
was as offered ofer to the trackmen but they were weroafraid wereamld woreafraid
afraid amld to return rturn to work and naked aked their theirforeman theirforeman I
foreman forman John Nealon NN on to t let them off ot for forthe fOIthe totthe
the remainder of the day da As the work workwhich workwhich workwhich
which they were werodoing doing dolnp when wheillnterrpted interrupted was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not imperative Impertve their request was WO granted grantednnd grnted grntedand grantedand
and it is believed bleved that they will 11 rusume rusumework rusumework resumework
work tomorrow morning morningThis morningThis morningTitle
This morning morig the same lot of strikers strikerswho erlker8 erlker8who strikerswho
who made trouble in Stratford descended descendedupon defnded defndedupn descendeduponabout
upon upn uponabout about abut a dozen trackmen In Southport Southporteight Southpr Southporteight
eight miles mies west est of here hre and Intimidated the themen thomen themen
from whom they had obtained ¬
men obtined prom promises promis promlaos
laos is to join the union Fearing Fearng to trust trustthe trustthe I Ithe
the Southporttrackraen the strikers made madethem madethem
Southprrackmcn mae maethem
them prisoners prinera and forced them thlm to come comethrough comethrough comethrough
through this thll city cty to Stratford Stratord and assist assistIn assistin
In 11 compelling omping the trackmen trakmen at n work there thereto thereto thereto
to quit quitWhen quitWhen quitWhen
When the Sheriffs Sheris posse p6se routed ruted the thestrikers theatrlters thestrikers
strikers atrlters In Stratford the Southport Southprt gang gangwithdrew Rag Ragwitdrw gangwithdrew
withdrew witdrw and after ater explaining their con condition conditon condition ¬
dition diton to the posse p8s wore sent Int back to South Southport Southprt Southport
port prt to work under Inder the protection protCcton of Deputy DeputySheriff DeputySher DeputySheriff
Sher Sheriff Wallace Walac Bulkley who has sworn In Ina Ina ina
a lot of special spcil deputies to assist as 18t him in the theevent theevent timeevent
event of a fresh outbreak outbreakIt
It was the Bridgeport Bridgeprt striking trackmen trackmenmost trockmenmost trackmeumost
most of thorn Italians Iaias who created the dis disturbance disturbac dieturbanco ¬
turbance turbanceOLD turbac turbacOLD turbancoOLD
Says Sa the Cuban Clban Liberating Jbertnc Army Arm mil Wi Be BePald Bed HePaid
Paid d Before Deor tho Year ear Ends EndsGen Endlen EflisGen
Gen en Maximo xlmo Gomez the idolized Idolz Cuban Cubanchief Cubimchler Cubanchief
chief of two long wars ar is in New ew York Yorkat Yorkat Yorkat
at the Hotel Hotl America Amerca Accompanied Accompnie by bySefior b bStor bySe
Sefior Stor Se or Francisco Fncsc Palma nephew nethew of Presi President Pre Predent Presitlent ¬
dent Palmaof Pnlor Cuba he arrived arrve on 01 Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesa Tuesanight Tuesdaynight
night from St Louis by way of Washington WashingtonWhile Walhlngton WalhlngtonWhie WashingtonWhile
While Whie he looks his hil 64 years VMr the old warrior warrioris
is the picture picur of health helth His HII face has tho thoname thoIme thesame
name Ime healthy bronze brolze that It had when whenhe whenhe whotihe
he was here a year yol ago and througi his hisspectacles hispectaclcs hisspectacles
spectacles shine shie two piercing piercng eyes He le is isns I Ial isas
ns al erect erct too as ever his hil broad shoulders shouldersstrnlght Ihoulders IhouldersstrlJght shouldersstraight
straight strlJght Yesterday he was slightly slght ill illwith 1 iiiwith
with a l cold He sails alA today for Havana HavanaThe HaanaThe havanaThe
The Cuban Cban liberating Ibcmtlng army Mid < ald tho thoveteran thovetern timeveteran
veteran vetern who in II chief of the commission commissionfor commilRlon I Ifor
for the revision rvlolon ofthe army ary lists lsts will 1 be bepaid bepid bepaid
paid pid before beror the end of this thl year enl You can canquote cn cnquote canquote
quote me as a saying 5lng so 0 The commission commissionwill co mlission mlissionwl
will wl finish fish its il work ork next month To pay paythe p paythe
the army Cuba Cub will wl have hn ve to negotiate negotate a nloan alon aloan
loan lon Thirtyfive Thiryfve million mllon dollars dolar has been boondexJded beendee beendecided
decided dee upon But my compatriots compatrlol who wholike wholike ho
like lke myself have fought for the indepen independence Indepn Indepndenc indepemidenco ¬ I
dence denc of Cuba Cub and for law and order will willnever wi iviilnever i inevcr
never take any action that will i1 endanger endangerthe I Ithe
the Institutions Inlttutlons we helped helpe create There Therenre TherearemalyotherwholkemAel Thereare
are aremalyotherwholkemAel many others who like myself are nrocreditors arocrltor arecreditors
crltor creditors of the Cuban Republic Republc to a very veryconsiderable veryconsiderable r rcOliderble
cOliderble considerable amount alount yet we will wi walt for forour forour forour
our money 101e rather than thal see 8e the Government Governmentsacrifice GOclnlent GOclnlenttcrlfe Covemimmoientsacrifice
sacrifice itself itselfCuba Itflf ItflfCul ItselfCuba
tcrlfe Cuba Cul Libre Llbr has clone excellently exClenty during duringIho durln durlntho duringthe
the first fJt year car of its i life Ifeat lifeas ns well welaR as anyone anyonecould any ole oleculd one onecotmld
could culd hope for Our Government GOVCnlent is II well wellorganized wel wellorganized
or organized organized anlzee horl and wearo we ar are much better beter off of float financially fnan floatdaily ¬ I Icialy
cialy daily than when wo 0 took charge Affairs Affairsarc Aaln Aalnar Affairsare
arc ar entirely entirly satisfactory ItI8factor and there is I no nojomplaint nocmplaint itocomplaint
complaint cmplaint from any ono oroSo onoS oneSo
So far none of our industries have suf sufered sufrord suffered
ered rord S localise hecau8 of the defeat deeat of the reel reciprocity rci rciprocity reelprocity ¬
procity measure mealte The ThE Cubans ore ar a patient patienticoplp ptient ptientopl patientieoplo
icoplp opl What we e have today toav hns been beenDrought ben benJrought beenbrought
Drought about by years yeart of persistent ptII tcnt fight fightng fght fghtig fightjog
ig jog ng This question queston of reciprocity eclprclty is i a nweighty aweighty aweighty
weighty one and the United Unltee States must mustlive mu nitietgive t tgive
give it long and careful carful consideration conRldcrtol But Butxfi Butwe Butwe
we will lonp get It In the meantime the Cubans Cubanstecp Cuuanskep Cubanskeep
kep keep tecp wi on working It 1 should bo IX rememl rmemlJrd rmemlJrdhoweer renmembered renmemberedhowever > ered eredjowever
however jowever that the United States would bo boi b bea
a i great winner by reciprocity rcproclt with Ith Cuba Culmind Cuhl Cuhland Cubaand
and commercial cmmerial expediency should induce inducedigress InducoConglB intiuceCongress
ConglB Congress digress to bring brng expdlene about abut reciprocal rein relalons rla rlatonA reintions
lons l between betwen > the two countries countriesGen countdel countriesion
tonA Gen Gomer was vory enthusiastic enthulnstc about abouthe abut abutthe aboutthe
the he St Louis exposition which may ham havonuch hammuch havemuch
Lull expllon
much to do with 1h Inducing Cuba to to take takeiart takepar takepart
part iart although no 10 appropriation for this thisEIXE tils tilspurps thispurpose
par has been made yet yetSEIZE
purps purpose hal ben mao et etUIZE
untoms officers rind U Hidden Inder a aDeck aDeck
CUtom omCrn llnl I Idlrn Inler InlerDeck
Deck of the tie Steamer St Andrews AndrewsCustoms AndrewsCu AndrewsCustoms
Customs Cu tom Inspectors Inspctors OHare OHIIe Drlscoll Orcol and nndVnllbeck Ind IndWalbek andWallbeck
Vnllbeck Walbek wont over to the foot of Sixth Sixthitreet Sixthtrt Sixthstreet
street trt Hoboken last lal night nl ht when the thehamlx theIh timeIlmanix
hamlx Ih nl3 Line steamer St St Andrew Audrfw arrived arrivedhere nrrY1 nrrY1ther arrivedthere
here ther and seized lzl 300 aOI pouiuly poundl of Sumntra Sumntraobncco Slnltm Slnltmtobaeo Sumnotratobacco
tobacco tobaeo which it is 1 > believed beleve the crew crewvorn crewvmre crewwere
were trying to t smuggle Imlgflo In The he innpoc innpocort4 IIpoc IIpoctOr limepectors
tOr tors ort4 took crowbars erowlI with wih tlitm thel After Aftervatching Afterwatehiimg Ier Ieratchllg
vatching atchllg some of the sailors llor a while whlp they thnyonchided theyconoludo theyconcluded
concluded that tho tobacco tobCC was a hid bo boween Imtwen betweeti
conoludo tweeti ween docks They The ripped up UJ come om plank plankm IllankKon
twen on m one of tho lower deck e eck and ald found the theobacco thetohco thetobacco
tobacco tobaccoNo obaccoNo
tohco tohcoNo No arrest t won 0 mnde but ono of thn thninllors tll tllMlor his hissailors
sailors was in such a hurry hur to getaway getnwnyrom get getawayfront nway nwayfrom
Mlor from rom the inspectors that they the nabbed nabbP him himIn himII himlie
II lie In struggled and fell fel overboard overbor but swam swamiHhore RWlm RWlmahor swainashore
ashore nil right ht Tim hn customs CURtOIS men didnt didntmrwuo didntIH didntlitirstie
ahor ni r Keiiod is I
IH litirstie mrwuo UO him The tobacco lelzee worth worthi
n i bout 11200 11200OOLROOM 1200 1200poolnoou 81200POOLROUlI
Capt npt alt CJalUBher Galu lpr Went fs ent Over and 111 amid Raided RaidedIt Rldtl Rldtl1lttnn RaidedItflettors
It 1lttnn Itflettors H < ttors Shown low1 Fight FightPolico lIrIt lIrItPolC IlgiitPolice
Police PolC Captain Gallagher nalaghr of the East Eastwentysccond RIt RItTwentytond FistTwentysecond
wentysccond Twentytond street tret station yesterday e terday din dinovered dl dlcovered ohscovered
covered that a poolroom oolroom had boon Nn started htnrtedver startedover trtl trtl0pr1
0pr1 over ver the hn snloonnt saloon at Third venue a enuo and 111 Twenty Twentypcond TwentyII0nd Twentysecond
second II0nd street Itrt about Ibout fifty ftv fret fN1 from frm tim Ihottttion t timstation hl
ttttion liou house e Ho le took Dctectlvw nttctl Vance Vnncnml Yancounc Vanceamid
amid taton ml McKennn lcKlnna with wih him at I oclock ucock in il the thoftenioon theaftnwon timeafternoon
afternoon unc and Ild raided mld it itWhen ithln itViien
aftnwon When hln the politv polt entered entlrel the tl crowd crowc erosvdincilnmsh wn wniclimd wnInebld
iclimd Inebld to t 0 fight f ht ami to t ii flllh putt nmiih ili the t he unruly unrulycttors Ilrul Ilrulbetor ummrul y yIttors
betor Ittors cttors tho captain lincl twentylhno twentthn of ofhem ofttotn r rthptn
hem thptn taken takE1 to the tii station tlliol in a patrol patrolraaon patrolngo jmatrolwagon
wagon wagonOnly raaon raaonOnly ngo
Only four of the crowd wore Ilfrl held how hower ho hoAr however
Ar er On One of hess th I i Is John Jnll Jolt ii Mnlliits Mlllns Iul ii its time thoroprlftor thl timeproprietom
roprlftor proprtl >
i k kt
t ct cthave
E have hve the te most com complete cm cmplete corni ¬
i W plete facilities fcltes for fo talc taking t ¬ t ting
ing in up and ad caring c for forfloorcoverings forfoorcoverigs forfloorcoverings
floorcoverings foorcoverigs of all allkinds a allr
r > kinds x x x xCarpets C CCarpets
kds kdsCaets
Carpets Caets and Rugs Rugswill Rugswill Rugswill
will be
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Prof Arthur Oamgec Oamlee Prof Simon New Xewcomb Newcomb Newcomb
comb the astronomer H H I Warren S arren United UnitedKtates UnitedState UnitedHttes
Ktates State Consul at lt Leipzig Major M aJor and Mrs MrsFrederick MrsFrederick rs rsrederlck
Frederick H E Ebsteln Ebsttln exGovernor exGoveror J H HDudd HBudd HBudd
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Louis A McCreary cCreary Mr Ir and ald Mrs MrJ W W F Pen Pendleton Pendleton Pendieton
dleton Philip Phiip M I Maier ller Mr Ir and Mrs Ir John JohnHamilton JohnI JohnHamilton
Hamilton alltoa Sawyer IK e Mr I r and Mrs Ira C A Stone Stonehill Stne Stonehill
hill I hU Mrs trs A B ri lappen > Mr Ir and < Mra Mrs 13 f flllt F Fiic
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today for Havre will wi be beMrs bers beMrs
Mrs rs Albert J Whitney Whltnet Harry larr de d Windt WlndtMr WindtIr WindtMr
Mr Ir n nF ad anti Mrs lr Oenn Glenn n 1 I hornpson 01 ps on Char Charles CharlesF Ips IpsJ
F Perrin William Wllum A Marbury Iarbur Mrs Irs W V K KArmstead KArmstoadthe KArnistead
Armstead Armstoadthe J the Rev He Charles Chlrles Doneyal Elmer ElmerP
P J Howe Rolnnrski Roland Knoedler und A Kllczkow KllczkowIkl Klrcikow Klrcikowski
ski Ikl French Consul General for Canada CanadaAboard CanadaAboard CanadaAboard
Aboard the American Amorlca liner lner New York Yorkwhich Yorkwhich Yorkwhich
are which sailed saied yesterday for Southampton Southamptonare Sutbamtn Sutbamtnare
areMiss Miss U8A Ado A B Rehan Rend Benedict Mrs MrsThornburuh MrsThornhunith 1
Thornburuh Thornburlb Cropper Mr 1 and Mm Donald DonaldHarx Donlid Donlid11rHr Donaidharper
Harx harper > r Robert Iobert Sells sI Mr and Ind Mrs 1 Victor VictorSorchan VictorBorchan VictorSorchan
Sorchan 11rHr Miss 18 Sorehan Mrs lr8 Edgerton L LWinthrop LWInthrop 1 1lnthrop
Winthrop Jr Melville lplvlle Stewart StlWlrt and Surgeon SurgeonA Surlton SurltonA
A C H Russell Russel t 1 S N NCrop NCrop NCrop
Crop Report for New ew York State StateThe StateTho StateThe
The Now York section Icton of the climate climateand cUmateand climateand
and crop service snlce of the Weather Bureau BureauIn
In cooperation co peratlon with 1th Cornell Crnel University Universityissues Univeriy UniveriyfUeR Universityissues
issues fUeR tho following folowing bulletin buletin for the week weekending wek wekending weekending
ending May 4 4The 4Thl 4The
The Thl first lrt of week wCelt was WIS warm arm with maxima maximatemperatures I rn lma lmatOlperatlres imatotuperattires
temperatures tOlperatlres of so degrees del P8 or higher Wlher Ind end nd HH iK iKIhth misIiih HHliluh
liluh as 88 degrees lu II places plac fhe nIghts nlehtshowever nIghtsboweverwere nightshowever
Ihth however boweverwere were moderately mod r8teh cool A decided decideddrop decldlQ decldlQdrop dec1decdrop
drop In temperature tel1ernture occurred late on the theyoth thelth timenJtim
yoth lth followed folowod bysnow by now flurries turrle on the 1st of ofMay ofIIY ofMay
May IIY and ald killing kilni frosts ontbe OR the following folowIng morn morning morpInl ¬
ing Inl the minima temperatures tEmperlture generally
belim heiu beiti freezing Crel1llg or lower and below 10 o lenorll1 degrees degreesIn I
In the thl colder section eclol May Ma Inr 3 was con considerably COI considerabiy ¬
siderably warmer 1lrmer The Th week was wa without withoutmaterial withoutmaterial hout I Imaterial
material precipitation precpitation until unt the id and drying dryingwinds drylnl dryingwintis
winds were more or less 118 general Ieneral The he week weekwas waekIS weekwas
was IS favorable faorlbJe for work and Ind rapid rlpld progress proRresawas pOlre progresswas o
was mnde but the thp ground gound became bcaml too dry dnfor
for ploiiehliiB and wheat hlt rye rt and grasses grassessuffered grassessuffered
suffered ut rtd for rain rlin Seeding Seedlnl oats Is well wel Krasses Krassesut ad advanoed adlnlId adimineed
vanoed lnlId being about dono In places placs corns cornspoint pomelotnl08 someImotat005
point Imotat005 OP have hUt been bn planted Ilalter fnrmer are now nowplnuehlnu nowllolRhlnl nowPlohIghtiflIt
lotnl08 plnuehlnu for corn and Ind considerable colsldrbll garden gardenmet arden
InK ng ban In been tn done Vegetation taton Is held back backby blck blckb hacki
by b i cold weather The condition conditon of wheat wheatand wheatmind
and Ind ry rye i Is less favorubln faorull than last II t week weekand weekfnr weeksod
and fnr the thp growth Iroth of grass jla s is very pr slow Iow but butQulCk u uquick itquick
quick QulCk and marked markld Improvement Inpropmpnt would follow follown tolow tolowa
n warm wlrm rain rlin The freeze of May II 2 was wa severe severetemperatures 8ere 8eretmpproture severetemperatures
temperatures of degrees 15 duree to 30 O degrees being beingreported bing bingrpportld beingreported
reported in the tlA colder Ioldlr sections sctons and nld Ire lCe one onehalf 01 onehair
half Inch thick formed It I is i yet too early earlyto earl
to determine drtrn1np the damage dflale to fruit frll but ut It I Is t tlfnprll isgenerally i igenerally
generally lfnprll thought thoulbt that th t pears early earl peaches pplchp pplchpchfrh peachestierries I Icherries
cherries chfrh plums plur and Ind especially e ppcalh strawberries strawberrieswore trwberrlel
wore seriously injured although althou h many mAn cone correspondents corp corpspondnntA conespondents ¬
spondents think tho backward haClewnrd state stlp of the thobuds thf thebuds
buds will 1 lessen the tbt Inlury Inlur as n many mll trees trepnhave trpesha treeshave
have ha ve not yet bloomed Hops Jol were also alsodamaged al alsodamaged o odamaged
damaged but crape probably Jroblbl escaped escapedDesslc escapedDessie eaped eapedBessie
Bessie Clayton fn10n In Ilnnaway nnnawa Aecdent AecdentELDERoN Accident AccidentELBEBON 4eeltientEtnERoN
ELBEBON N J May 6 6DAle 0Bessie Bessie Clayton Claytonwife Clyton Clytonwire Claytonwife
wife of Julian Julan Mitchell ltchel manager of The TheWizard TheWizar TheWizard
Wizard Wizar of Oz had a thrilling thr1ng runaway runawayaccident runawayaccdent runawayaccident
accident accdent here today Mrs Mr Mitchell Michel Mit hcmli drives a aspirited aBplrted aspirited
spirited Bplrted team of fast rat horses horC and her favorite favoritevehicle faorte faortewhieo favoritevehicle
vehicle whieo is a high English EnJlsh cart Cr When near nearLincoln ner nerInoll nearLincoln
Lincoln Inoll avenue 1enUt her horse hore shied and over overturned overtured overturned ¬
turned tured the trap and the occupants her herself herfl herself ¬
fl self and her father fatherzon on thc occupnl stone ltono road on onup onNorwood onNorwood
Norwood avenue ThEY ihey wer were badl badly shaken shakenup shakenup
up but escaped escp serious srloW Injury lnjur lnjurCreel injuryCreel i iCreel
Creel Succeeds nececd Olney Oney In Mexican Iexlen Central CentralAt CEntral CEntralAt CentralAt
At the annual meeting mEetng of the Mexican MexicanCentral MexicanCntrl MexicanCentral
Central Railway Company at Boston yes yesterday yes yesterday eA eAterday ¬
terday Cntrl Enrique Raiway C Creel Cree Comran the Mexican banker bankerwait blnklr blnklrVa hankerwas
wait Va elected eleted a director dirctor to succeed succ Richard HlchnrdOlney Rchard RchardOlne RichardOlnoy
Olney Olne resigned Mr Creel Crel Creels election electon in ineffect Incfect incffect
effect cfect adds a fourth h member to the direc directory dlrecory directory ¬
tory ory representing rlprefntlng the Mexican MexiCn Government Governmentinterests Goverment GovermentInterE Governmentmit
interests InterE mit crests tB
The Te Mcather McatherThe Wether WetherThe eatherTime
The weather was OS generally fair ovtrthf over the country moan try
yesterday save Slle for cloudy doud > And showery shower eondlto
In eastern easler Texas Mississippi Misttppl Kansas and scattered scatteredshowers scatteredshoners ealered ealeredshower
showers In the Ohio Valley nle and the I e Mite regions regionsThe rerlonsThe rcglonsTime
The pressure IHeur was W6 lenrol tenerally above normal and alr no nostorms noslorm nostorms
storms were moving mOIln hut there wis as a storm comingclown coming comlnrdown comingiIon
clown from the Ilrlllsh nrltsh Columbia Clumhla territory territoryThe teritor teritorTh territoryThe
The Th temperature continued conllnled to rise except eCept for formoderate A Amoderale amoderate
moderate tall lalll In some pans pal5 of the western wesler Central CentralStates Cenlrl CenlrlSlales Centraltutts
States tutts Fair weather seems likely lkely to t continue rntoue tar tara
a day or two longer lonler with only slight slrh change chll of oftemperature orlemperlll oftemperature
temperature temperatureIn lemperlll
In this city < t the day was wa f laIr lr And warmer warer wind windlight wtnillight Ind IndIrhl
light Irhl to fresh rr < h and mostly 001 easterly elerl average arar hu humidity 111 111mldll liiimiddy ¬
middy mldll 51 Ii per ler cent barometer corrected rleNed to read readto rad radto readto
to sea level 1 < Iel at a S A 1 M I njfl 3 3 P I M I 3011 3011The 3t 3011The I IThe
The temperature lemperalur yesterday relerda aa 8 a recorded rcorded by the theofficial theomel theomcii
official omel thermometer Is t shown holo In the annexed Desed table
1803 1902 19 1BOJ 113 W3 19 1102IA W39A
9A A M 57 15 5 OPM 01 e 8 50 50M i i12M
12M 12 M I S 70 0 9PM 0 P 1 67 W WSIM M 55a
SIM 31 a P M el l 63 1 12Uld t2 AJd M S M MWANHINOTOK MWAA 55wAN1tioto
For tatltrn f tr Vu York eastern tallrr Pinmylranla PinmylranlaMarulaiitl Pulranf PinnryiranfaMiread
Marulaiitl MrU d AVu I Jfrsev Jrl Delaware and the lit DtHriit DtHriitof ntnr ntnr0f
of Columbia Coum alalr talrtodav lodal and tomorrouj tamorol light lght titg Mrt Mrttrlnrtt r r rg
lr 7 < trlnrtt trlnrttTor uidolor rllr
Tor 101 New ew England Inllnnd fair today loda and tomorrow tomorrowlleht tomorrot tomorrowlight
light Ifbt variable varahle winds windsIor windsIor windmtom
Ior western New cw York fir t r today todnr fair and andwarm andwarm andwamni
warm tomorrow lomorrol tight rhlIarable variable winds becoming becomingsoutheast bccOlnlol becomingmoiithcal
southeast oulhctl
We Make MakeIt Mke MkeIt
It Pleasant Pleasantto
to the taste so that while whileMales whie whieHoles whilelisles
Males Holes Honey oney of Horehound and andTar andTar andTar
Tar quickly quikly cures el res your yourcough yourcugh yourcough
cough cugh or cold it is pala palatable palatable palatable ¬
table and does doe not disturb disturbthe distub distubthe disturbthe
the digestion For sale by byall byal byall
all al druggists druggistsPike drggistsPlkes
Pikes Pike Toothache Toolache Drops Cure in One Minute Minute Minutet
to Canada cnada also Iso we offer ofer good god goodarid servic servicind N Nand
and lower rates rltes timn th1 In effect eteet by any anrother an another I Iother
other through car line lne to t hamllton hamlltontoronto hamltl U
toronto and other 0 then point pint In ontariov ontariovtrains onto ontari ontaritrains
trains at 540 p mand laod 8 8p p m mlehlgh mlehlh 5
lehlgh lehlh valley vlley offices omce 167 18 tel 2 t ItO ItO3J5 2 0
3J5 5 I2 121 1234 4 1364 134 broadway also 4 court courtHt curt curtHt
Ht brooklyn brooklynVPROAR brooklynUPROAn
l lSeared
Too Alert Cop Sent tnt In a Fire Fe Alarmand AlarmandScared Alrm Alarm aD ml
Scared the Whole j 1 1SamuelGitten
Seare 1llole Neighborhood NeighborhoodSamuel Neltbor
Samuel Smuel SamuelGitten Gltten Gten 18 years yer old oldofi oldof02 of 2 Graham Grahamavenue Git 13 r ravenue
avenue Brooklyn Brklya was repairing flrg somn somnBhaftlng s1 aothe aotheshafting
shafting shaftLg in a shirtwaist ahlrwalt factory f ofQI on die thasecond diesecond thesecond
second floor tor at 186 Woostar Wotr street etr yester yesterday yetor yetorday ¬ t tday
day afternoon aferon when his hi hand hnd caught cught fa fathe i 4ntime
the ie belting beltingGttten hL V
Gttten Gtcn was a whirled whrle around arud until uti hl h hits foot footstuck f fstuck ot
stuck In I the bracing brig of tho shaft shft and ad he hewas hewe hewas
was we held there tere Then the belt blt slipped slippedwhile RlpP1 RlpP1whie slippedwhile
while whie the wheel whtl continued cntLue to revolve rvolve An Ahemployee Anemployee
employee employe got the engineer onglIPr to t turn off of the thepower thepower
power but Oitten Gten was wa w pinned pine In i for morn mornthan nr in m mtitan
than three minutes minutesAnother
mute I
Another Aother employee ran ra out of the build building buid ¬ I Iing
ing to get a policeman to summon an ambu ambulance ¬ I
lance He dashed pellmell down the theBtreet thestreet
street and a policeman who paw himrun himrunning himrunlung ¬
lung in the direction of a fire box turned turnedIn h i iIn
In an alam without waiting F
This brought three engine companies companiesand companiesand
and two trucks and when they dashed dashedup dashedup
up In front of the building some pf oft he hegirls i iginL
girls became frightened and Marled tprush tprush125ilnwhioh tushdownstairs
downstairs Adjoining is GmmmarScttool GmmmarScttool125Iawhlcmh
125ilnwhioh there were 1240pupils The Theteachers I Iteachers
teachers were about to marph them put putwhen outwhen
when a young man who wasnt exited exitedJenkins ex Jtd
flfl in from time factory and told Principal I IJenkins
Jenkins that there was no fire fireOitten I IGitten
Oitten was taken to St Vincents Hos Hospital Uopital ¬
pital his hi hibroken right arm and left leg having been beenbroken
broken brokenVO brokenNo
Because Her Husband the Doctor Civet CivetHer GIY 1 4 4Her
Her Money Regularly RegularlyViceChancellor Reiu1arlyViceChancellor
ViceChancellor Pitney In Chancery ChanceryChambers ChanoryChambers
Chambers Jersey City yesterday after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon dismissed the divorce suit brought broughtby
by Mrs Mary M Power n teacher of vocal vocalmufric vocalmusic
music living at 256 West Eightyfourth Eightyfourthstreet
street Manhattan against Dr Harry HarryPower r rPower
Power who belongs to a weathy Mont Montclalr Montclair
clair family
Mrs Power charges that her husband husbanddeserted e edeserted
deserted her In September 1809 and went wentto wentto
to live with his father He signed separa separation ¬ t
lion papers in which he agreed to give her m
05 a month for the support of herself and andtwo 4 4two
two children childrenThe childrenThe
The ViceChancellor said it had been beenheld J Jheld
held by the Court of Errors and Appeal Appealthat Appealsthat
that there could be no desertion whore the thohusband s shusband
husband contributed regularly to the sup support ¬ m mport
port of hIs wife wifeBlue
Blue Serge Suits SuitsUR
UR special guaranteed guaranteedabsolutely
absolutely fut color colorsuit
suit at 12 Better Bettervalue
value than ever before beforeSizes
Sizes from 30 inch chest chestto
to 52 Stouts and slims slimsHigher
Higher grades of course up upto
to 25 25We
We Are Closing Out a Lot ot otFancy
Fancy Hulls at 2V 2VA >
NMunn eor Fulton St N Y Fit 1MT
HILLIABDWOOpWARDAt New York Mar Mar1M3 Maylees +
lees at the residence r of the brides parent parentMS
MS Riverside Drive by the Rev James M MPullman MPullman
Pullman D D Louis Everett Milliard of ofSymon ofSmmon
Symon Maw nod Miss Clyde Woodward WoodwardMADDRENHOWARDOn WoodwrdMADDflEHOWARflOn
MADDRENHOWARDOn Monday May t y 4 at atthe j jthe
the Church of the Holy flolyTelnity Trinity Drooklynbr Drooklynbrthe Il Ilthe
the Rev David McConnell Steele Helen HelenLouise fleleaLouise
Louise eldest daughter of William Colraan Colraanand Coimnanand
and Leila Fisher Howard to Dr William tVilliaml1ar tVilliaml1arioy Har Harvo
ioy vo Maddren MaddrenVnilTESCHWAn I ISTIIITESCIIVARin
VnilTESCHWAn i > n Tuesday May 5 tWJ tWJat 1103at
at Tort Nunber right Morris Heights hr hrthe 4 4the
the Rev L Henry Schwabrector of the Ctturth Ctturthof 4 4of
of the Intercession LUcy Sophia daughter daughterof
of the late Otistav Schwab and Henry Hermr Charles CbarleWhite Charlesthlte
White ot New tt Haven Conn ConnLJEL ConnDIED
BARNES nAnNzon On Tuesday May S 1903 Charles 0 0Barnes 0flames
Barnes beloved husband of Juliet JutietJ J Armour ArmourIn maSerIn
In the th year ot his age ageRelatives ageRelatives
Relatives and nd friends are Invited to attepdih attepdihfuneral m mfimnersi
funeral service to be held at his late residence residenceml rE
ml Hancock at llrooklyn on Friday May > M Matti1t
8 at atti1t P M MDR1STOJ I InRisTorOn
DR1STOJ nRisTorOn On Wednesday May fl 1BO3 at thn thnresidence j jresidenre
residence of her son Henry n 1 Bristol 21M7IB 21M7IBav
av 5 Mary A V Belts widow of WlUlaratj WlUlaratjBristol iViUiam t t tRntstol
Bristol formerly ot New Haven Conn Connaged Quit Quitaged
aged SI 1 years yearsFuneral yearsFuneral
Funeral private Interment at Voodhury Cons ConnMOORK
i iMoonFiD
MOORK MoonFiD On Monday May 4 1903 at hi his re rest restdence l ldence
dence 3S 3 I rast st 3Blh st James Amory Moore MooreFuneral MooreFuneral
Funeral private Uequcst Is l kindly made not lu lusend ji jiend
send end lowers lowersTHOMPSONOn 4I 4ITilO1tiX
THOMPSONOn TilO1tiX On Tuesday May S ElIzabeth EllaibetbA
A widow of Leander Thompson In her her7th hertti
7th tti yf 3Cr 3CrFuneral ir irFuneral
Funeral private privateWIROMAN erivateiIitrMA
WIROMAN flirted I Into re rtt t at East Orange OnuienX U UN
X J Mary C widow of Charles hsris Henry Wlrg Wlrgm 1 1men
m men n nf c ctOrvlrei
f tOrvlrei rvlcn at Ml Main it Friday ewnlnr ewnlnrat
at 74 IVUtlmor and zmd Philadelphia paper ppenplea paperpIes
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