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pointed 11lntlr Because Uraule He le Stood Stoo Highest HighestVASHINOTON Illhet IllhetIASltIQTOI IIIhestVAIGTON
IASltIQTOI VASHINOTON May 7 7The The Post Office OfficeDepartment Ofc Officepiparuflfnt
Department Dparllfnt has hn another case ce before bCoro It Itvery Itr Itvery
very r I similar lmlar to the Indlanola affair nalr Post Postmssternpneral PostmR PoetmtrCThneral
mssternpneral mR leGlnerl Payne today tQday received reive the thefollowing thefoll1dn thetolkwlug
following foll1dn telegram llhlrm from tho postmaster postmasterat
at fiallntln alntln Tenn Tennnrricr Ttnnnrrlrr TtmnnrrtPr
nrricr rural routo No t while whie making makingnip mokln1Ip mnkngtiIp
nip toilny lotln win held up by I masked mn kcd men menand mln mlnane menand
and ane ordered Odend not to make another trip Advise AdviseH
llrforn lfol the th above telegram had been befinanswered btn btnIfeti beennsrerPd
answered Ifeti Mr Ir Payne received rlclved the follow following folow folowtn followIng ¬
ing tn dnspatch from tho rural free delivery deliveryInspector dolvery dolveryInI deliveryinspector
Inspector InI > lor for the State Stato of Tennessee TennesseeNjtsilTHLB Tenee TeneeS TenneaseeNM4IirLa
NjtsilTHLB S IILE Tenn May faT 8 altttral Rural carrier currierNo lorrler lorrlerO
No O I I colored Rallntin Onlutn Tcnn Tlnn Interview Interviewwith Interview1h interviewsith
with 1h me tonight 10nllll ndvises Idlles that he wns stopped stoppeden stoppd stoppden
en irmto rOlt today todu by b armed masked men mEn and andhis andhi andhis
his hi lifn l threatened Ihrtnned If he continued contnued In service serviceThreat serlceThrnt serviceThreat
Threat also applied nppled to nil ni colored colorld subcnr subcnrrleri Rubnr Rubnrrler stabearrier
Warned to divulge I ImoTnl
rleri not dlulge cause of his hisifinornl hisjemoTci
ifinornl moTnl hut hit to assign IMlg other reasons rESonR No Nollnie Notime o oInle
time Inle allowed alowed him to wait upon appointment appointmentof IPpointmlnt IPpointmlntf
of f mirceiuor lrCIIor Believing Beiievin elevlnl It hazardous ho houlll hoflI
ulll 11 flI not serve strve route tomorrow unless assur assurances nssurnre6 neaurecea ¬
ances lire lre given him that t no violence will willhe wi wiilt
he t committed commitid Please lleRle advise me what In Instructions InIfrlons intrurtiona ¬
structions Ifrlons will wi b b be Issued Isuld In the premises premisesAn prmlsEa prmlsEan
An n answer nwr will wi be b greatly leat appreciated appreciatedCONOEH apprccnted apprccntedCOSOER appreciatedCONOER CONOEH CONOEHMr COSOERIr CONOERMr
Mr Ir Payne Paye this thi th1 afternoon afernoon sent the I ho follow following Colow Colowing followjog ¬
ing telegram telegrm to Mr lr Conger CongerInvestigate CongorInpstgate CongerInvestigate
Inpstgate Investigate fully luly case clse of John C Aleood Ahroodrlral Aleoodrural kigoodrural
rural rlral free delivery delver carrier lArrltr who was stopped stoppedby
by armed men yesterday yestlrdu and his hl life lfe threat threatened threntned threatned ¬
ened ned If i he continued contnued In the service servlcenndreprt servlcenndreprtIn and report reportIn
In the meantime memtme service on Routo i will 11 be besuspended beIlspnded besuspended
Ilspnded suspended until unti your report on the facts factsin lact
in il the case 1 is < received receivedII receivedI
II I C PATE P AtSE PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralThe PotmlsterOenerl PotmlsterOenerlTho
The rural rral carrier route In question qUetlon wan wanput WI WIplt wa waput
put plt in effect Itect on the 1st of March last lastThere InstThlre lastThere
There Thlre were five fve applicants applcnts under civil civilfervico civilcervico I ITio
fervico Tio rules rles for appointment applntmont as a rural ruralcarrier ruralcrrier ruralcarrier
carrier crrier The Te threo thr men who stood highest higheston hlghelt hlgheltn
on n the list ls were colored colore Under the thecivil thecivil
civil cj service servc rules rlel there ther was no option optionwith option9th optionwith I I
with 9th the Post Office Ofc Department Deparment except exceptto excpt
to Appoint Ippint the person pnon who stood stod highest higheston hl hest heston
on the list therefore therefort Allan Alan F Billiard Billiardcolored Biiard Biiardclore Billiardcolored
colored clore was appointed applntcd Ho resigned rE I ned about aboutthree abut abutIhr aboutthree
three Ihr weeks cks ago and on tho 20th oth of last lastmonth Ia iatmonth t tmonth
month the Civil Civi Service Rrvic Board certified certifiedthe crifed crifedIho certifiedthe
the second snd man ma on the list lst John C Al Algood Algood 1 1good
good colored cio r and he Is the carrier crrer who whoaccording whoIclng whoaccording
according Iclng to the above abve telegrams telegram was waaheld wa washeld
held up by masked mRked men and ordered to toresign tore6lgn toresign
resign re6lgnI resignIf I IIf
If I Inspector Inpor Congers Con ers report repr to the Post PostmasterGeneral POAtmater PostmasterGeneral ¬
mater masterGeneral < neral shows that tho holdup holdupoccurred holdupourred holclupoccurred
occurred ourred substantially suhtantaUy as a stated sttd Rural RuralRoute Rura RuralRouteNo1
Route Bout RouteNo1 No1 will be b abolished ablshed abollshed and the patrons patronswho patron patronswho
who have been bn enjoying its It I privileges privilegessince privieges priviegesIinc privilegessinoe
since the 1st of March lust will lx
Iinc 1t wl > com compelled cr cornpolled ¬
polled ple to resume reumo their practice prctic of going goingto goingt
to t the po pt post t office ofc at Oallatln Glatin for or their mall mallThis mai mailThis
This Thl case 0 is f considered cnsldl by the Post Ps Office OfficeDepartment OmO OMoeDepartment
Department Dpmenta as of a more serious srous character characterthan charcter charcterIban characterthan
than theIndiaii61a t the lctt ndtataaWalr aWatK Uralr There Is an anevident anfvldent anevident
evident fvldent disposition dispston on the pan pr or those thoe In Inauthority Inauthoriy Inauthority
authority authoriy to t teach teah those tho th se who resort rort to ku kuklui kuklul kulIui
klui methods mth s a sharp shar and salutary lesson lessonand I leesonand 00 n nRnd
and this thl will w be b done it is said sd even eel If It Itprovenecessary ItprOfnel Itproves
provenecessary prOfnel proves necessary logo to go to tho extremes extrmes of ofdiscontinuing ofdifntlnulng ofdiscontinuing
discontinuing post pst offices and rural free freedelivery Iro freedelivery
delivery dplver routes rutes by the wholesale Post PostmasterGeneral PostmRltereneral PostmasterGeneral ¬
masterGeneral mRltereneral Payne Paye said sid today todayIn toayIn
In the event of the hold up by masked maskedand maked makedRnd maskedatli
and armed arme men being bln proven pren as a it un undoubtedly undoubtedly Undoubtediy ¬
doubtedly will wi be b the Department has two twoalternatives twoalteratives twoalternatives
alternatives alteratives either to abolish abHsh the routo routoentirely routofJtlrEly routeentirely
entirely fJtlrEly or to send nd a company compny of Federal Federaltroops FederalI Federaltroops
troops I to GaJlatln Calatn to accompany ampny the negro negrocarrier negroarrier 0 0arrier
carrier arrier on his hi trips trip and to protect his life lifeand le lennd life lifeand
and property propry when he Is off or o duty dut This Thislatter Thislater Thislatter
latter later alternative alernatlvA need not be discussed discussedThe discussedTe discussedThe
The Te route will wi be discontinued dicntnue This Thisca Tis Tisue Thiscae
ca cae ue > e differs diter from the Indlanola Indllol affair aar in inthat Intlat inthat
that tlat Mrs Mr Cox Cx the postmaster pstmater at the latter latterplace lter lterplae latterplace
place plae is a Presidential Prelidentil appointee appintl In the theruse theroso theease
ruse of Rural Rua Route Rute No No1 1 neither the Presi President Prel Preldnt Presidnt ¬
dnt nor the PostmasterGeneral Postmater Genera has discre discretion dlsre dlsreIon discrelion ¬
Ion In I the matter mter it being bing necessary neEsar to tocertify tol1rlly toertify
certify l1rlly for appointment appintment the highest highet can candidate candidal candidate ¬
didate on the examination examinaton list listIt lst lstIr listh
It was la pointed pinte out at the Department Departmenttoday Department Departmenttoday Departmentioday
today that the holding up of a carrier carier en engaged enIali engaged ¬
gaged Iali in the collection ble tion or delivery delver of United UnitedStates Unite UnitedStales
States Stale malls mali is by far a more serious serlouf offence offencethan olenc oftenoethan
than the making makln of threats against a post postmaster pst pstma postmaster ¬
master ma tEr and Ind Is specifically speifcaly provided proide for by bylaw byla bylaw
law la If I the masked make and armed arme men who whoheld whoheld whoheld
held up the negro carrier can be identified
the Department will prosecute pr08ete them as asrigorously a asrigorously
rigorously rgorously as al possible psible In any event Mr MrPaynn MrPs MrPavnn
Paynn Ps no will 11 bring brng the matter to the attention attentionof atenton atentonof
of AttorneyGeneral loreyeneral Knox and request requ t that thathe thathe thathe
he take Ilke action actionVf actionso I
acton actonEGlOES I
so Vf > XFGROES EGlOES IV ELWOOD JUrOOl ID IDColored 11D 11Dnlnrrd IN INelated i
Colored PhyilcUti Pllclan Find 1nll It I Out OutPlaee OutPiaoe OutPiaoeIts Place PlaceMai
I Its Mai 1BOOO 150 Inhabitants InhabitantsIXDIAXAPOUS Inhabltntl InhabltntlINDIANAPLIS InhabitantsIDIAPOLJ8
IXDIAXAPOUS INDIANAPLIS May 7 7Dr Dr James Morrell Morrellyoung Morrl Morrelia
a young colored physician went Wlnt to Elwood Elwoodthis ElwoodthiR Elwoodthis
this morning moring to settle stll permanently pmUnfntly In that thatcity thatrily thatcity j
city In the th practice pratce of his hi profession HB HBhad H Hhod Hehad
had Uvirnod h ro that it was wa a place of 15000 15000inhabitants 160 15000inhabitants
inhabitants inhahilant and expected expted to find fnd a fair fairrepresentation flir flirrprrsenUtlon fairrepresentation
representation rprrsenUtlon of his hil race rae In the city cty H Hwas HI He Hewas
was I accompanied by b W A Stokes StokPI a busi busing buslnl busiflrs ¬
ng nl flrs accompnied man who has acquaintances In Elwood Elwoodand Elwooc Elwoodand
and who ho was lal prepared prepanc to vouch forMorrells forMorrellscharacter for Morrells Morrellscharactpr rorrels rorrelscharactrr
character charactrr and ability abity
Th The < surprise of the the visitors iitor was wal unbounded unboundedwhen unboundId unboundIdhpn unboundedwhen
when hpn they Ihc were wfro told that there wan W not notnegro notI miota
I a negro nf ro fn Elwood and that the coming comingof cming cmingof
of the > negro race had always alwaYI been bton die discouraged dlsoural dieCOhlrsged ¬
couraged oural Dr Morrell Morrel paid that he had hadtravelled hadtmlelpd hadtravelled
travelled tmlelpd considerably cnliderbly and he did not be beIKVP belkvp
IKVP 11 there IhfI is il another anothlr city cty In the United UnitedStates Unit UnitedStat Id IdSlalps
States Stat as I a large an R Elwood Elwoo that could nay naythere MYth saytlmer
there limits th Imil tlmer was wa not a negro nEgro within the corporate corporatelimits corprato corpratoImil corporatellrns
l2 100 la0ooo 0ooo Worth norh woriT of Caiti ts for Harvards HarvardsMutrum Uanari Uanarilullu harvardsMuseuni
Mutrum lullu Reach Rfach Boston IloitonBOSTON nUll BostonBO5TO on onnITON
BOSTON nITON May ay 7 7The The HamburgAmeri HamburgAmerican HamburgAmer ¬
can Line Lin steamer Adria Adra reached here today todayhaving toayhann todayhavrng
having hann in her hold 180 IS caw CI containing containinghn cntaining cntaininghI
the hn hI casts pasti and parts of casts CatA given glen to Har Harvard HarIurn Harvaid ¬
vard tnlvorxity for the th Germanic GermanicMURMUR GermanloMu GermanIcMusttn
MURMUR Mu ur lnlirlity by I the German Emperor The Theremainder Therfrlinder Theremainder
remainder rfrlinder of tre costs cal1i nni II to 101m be shipped shippedr Ihlppc
r t < or erc < on another steamer The entire entirerollrctloii entiremJfrlo entlrecnllpcI
rollrctloii mJfrlo cnllpcI n comprising Mmrl lng relics rrll of nearly nearlynil nearlyai
nil ai of ih Ihf ho famous famo pieces ple of sculpture and andMammy ad adIatny andfttttay
Mammy in the Ih German Empire Empir Is II valued valuedat aued auedal
at upward Upwlrd of 11250000 110 The final fna lot will willmpriM wi willeomiri
lomrJ > mpriM Mime m 120 canon canonThe casosThe
The Tie Germanic Museum Iuleum CII Is II closed cOed to the thePlhlic theplhl tluopth1t
Plhlic plhl In II order that the rooms roml may be boprepared beprepar beprepared
prepared prepar for the I he articles aricles When the cases casesall CMesslarp caseseli
all slarp nri stored within the freight shed he they theywill
will 111 1 be allowed Ilod to remain there for n I day dayfpr dnyrr da dafir
fir rr two in order to give reman the customs cUlorns officials officialsnn oIcal omciaan
nn opportunity opplrunlty to look lok them over overDarnell overIlnnU overItvrnetta
Darnell EUraet Etrt or VnnllU VnnllUIVd anl anhIIasU
IVd td 4dr lr eteliulvrly Pcu5IHI by all al lending hotels hlels and clubs clubs4dr Ctub5 Ctub5lr clubslcao
rhlc rblulO lcao co New Vork orkSt ork St Ix lul lulIal LoulCo1mentrnt > ul ulConvenient
Convenient rtally 1atI Irall trains raln vl the Ih Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRlroAd Irnn IennsytvantsRIlroai hanl hanllrd
RlroAd lrd superior supror equipment cqulpmrll Including dining dlnlnl dtnlngear I If
tr ear f r aervlceAd frvlf rrlceAd A m I
comn Had lad to Be Transferred Tnlrere From a aUnion aUnion aUnion
Union to a Nonunion llearie llearieNEW leane leaneNEW IEeiieNaw
NEW HAVEN May lly 7 7The The liverymen lveren of ofthis otthis ofthis
this city who nro ae opposed oppsd to the demands demandsof
of the union hack halk drivers drlverl todny to dny appealed appealedto appaled appaledto
to the police ple for protection protecion in the trouble troublewhich troublewhich troublewhich
which resulted from union and
rtsuled non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union hacks both attending allnding a funeral funeralThismorntngntthofunoralof funeralThis
Thismorntngntthofunoralof This morlngnt morning at the Cunral funeral ot John Mnscolo Mnscolotho MaRcolotho Mascolotho
tho procession proclllon wan WiS about abut to leave the thechurch thechurh thechurch
church churh for the cemetery cemeter when the hearse hearsedriver hearsedrIver
driver who was wal a union man discovered discoveredthat dfsoerd dfsoerdthut discoveredthat
that there were several Icrl nonunion hacks hacksIn hackIn hacksin
In line Ino Ho got down from frm his box bx and andrefused nndrefUd andrefused
refused refUd to drive driveTho driveTho driveThe
Tho funeral was wal hold up an hour until untilanother unti untilanother
another anthor hearse heal driver was found with wih a anonunion anonunion anonunion
nonunion hoarse hlnr6 and the casket was wastransferred wastransferred
transferred The union hacks withdrew withdrewwith wihdrew wihdrewwih withdrewwith
with wih the union hoarse driver driverAt drherAt driverAt
At the funeral of Mrs Ir James It I Roche Rochetoday nehl Rochetoday
today several fverl nonunion hacks hnck came to tothe tothe tothe
the house to bring hrn friends The undertaker undertakerInformed undrakfr undrakfrInformJd undrtakorInform3d
Informed tha of time th hacks
tls occupants occupmt that thatIt thatIt thatIt
It was Wil a union funeral funerl and asked 8ked thorn to tosecure toRClr tosecure
secure RClr other conveyances conoyano All Al agreed agreedexcept lreecl lreeclexCpt agreedoxcept
except exCpt two wonwn wom n who said that If they theycouldnt thty thtyculdnt theycouldnt
couldnt culdnt ride In the procession prOlslon in the hacks hacksthey hackl hacksthey
they had hired they the would go homo which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they did without attending atending the funeral funeralat
at all allThe al allTime
The liverymens Ivermens association Isociton to save o tho thomambsrs thommbem themembers
members from any further exasperating exasperatingdelays exsprating exspratingdelay exasperatingdelays
delays delay on the part prt of tho striking liaokmen liaokmendecided Ilaokmcndocdtd haokmondecided
decided docdtd tonight to have haveabtacksndth a blacksmith shop shopof shopof shopof
of their own whore wher they could culd got non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union horses hOl6 shod and to buy a half hal dozen dozenhearses dozenheals dozenhearses
hearses heals and twentyfive t wIntyfv hacks hack so o that they theycan thlYcn theycan
can cn ba I b equlppad for f < r funerals hereafter hereaCer in independent indepndent independent ¬
dependent depndent of the striking luckmon luckmonEvery hackmon hackmonEvery hackrnenEvery
Every day for a week wek there ther has hn been ben a aholdup aholdup aholdup
holdup in funeral processions as a result resultof resul resultof
of conflicts cnfctl between betwon the nonunion livery liverymens lvery lverymens lIverymens ¬
mens association Bocatlon and the striking stridng union unionhackmen unionhackmen unionhackmen
hackmen hackmeniE hackmenNIE hackmenNINE
Stratum Strtum of nook Sixty Sbt Feet Fell Lone Fall Fall on ona ona ona
a Gins Gln of Laborers LaborersRotXOKE Lborn LbornRo LaborersRotoKE
RotXOKE Ro OIE Va May lny 7 7Nine Mine ine men were werekilled werekied werekilled
killed kied and three injured Injurd mortally mortaly In an anaccident anaccident
accident yesterday strn at Kggleaton g lston Springs SpringsTunnel SpringsTunnel
Tunnel No No2 2 where Lane lano Bros Bro Co are areengaged arelnga areengaged
engaged lnga d in double tracking The track trackline tracklne trackline
line lne had been blasted blatCd away and the stone stoneremoved stoneremovl stoneremoved
removed removl when a huge hugl stratum of rock rok some somesixty somesixty somesixty
sixty feet long which lay between otleln two twoclay twoCll twoclay
clay Cll seams 8ams gave ave way a crushing crushln niiif laborers laborersto
to t death Tho others other wore on th the edge edgeA
A derrickand derrick and wreck train were sent Rnt to tothe tothe tothe
the scene 5ne of the disaster dister but after forty fortyhours fortyhour fortyhours
hours hour tho bodies have not been ben recovered recoveredThe rcover recoveredThe
The Te men mn are now drilling dr1lng and ad expect expc to todynamite todynamite todynamite
dynamite tho huge slide slde which camo in at atan atan atan
an angle of fortyfive Curtyfm degrees dAgrCel This Ths work workwill workw1 worksIll
will w1 be attended with the greatest danger dangeras dangr dangra
as a it is possible pslbl that stratum will w1 continue continueto cntnue cntnueto
to sink by reason of its Is great weight weightF
Mltslnr llln Son of otCol Col 8 31 I Hedges IPlel Was WatDrowned f WasDrowned
Drowned Drowno at Sew ew London LondonNEW Lndon LndonNEIl LondonNzv
NEW NEIl LONDON Conn Con May 7 7Arer 7After After an anabsence anabsnO anabsence
absence absnO from frm Boston Bton sine 81n0 March Mac 21 the thedead thedead thedead
dead body boy of F B Hedge Heg was wlroud wasfound found float floating fat fatIng floating ¬
ing In Shaws Cove by a boy by at 7 oclock oclockthis ocock oclockthis I Ithi
this thi morning moring Col Cl Sidney M 1 Hedges Hege the theyoung theyoung I Iyoun
young mans maR father was 11 notified notfe and came cameto cme cameto I
to t New London Lndon at 3 oclock ocock this tha afternoon afternoonAfter atoroon atoroonAler afternoonAfter
After Aler the body by was wa found Coud Its lt descrip description descrp descrpton descniplion ¬
lion ton tallied taUed with ith a card sent out from fromBoston Crm CrmBston fromBoston
Boston Bston police polc headquarters headquarter and ad further furtherInvestigation furher furherInvetlgaton furtherinvestigation
Invetlgaton Investigation brought to light lght two hand handkercMefs handkerchiefl handkerchiefs
kerchiefs kerchiefl having the name F S Hedges Hedgesworked Hedge8worked Hedgesworked
worked upon them themCol themCl themCol
Col Cl Hedges He e started slarte for New ew London Londonimmediately Lndon LndonImmeiately Londonimmediately
immediately Immeiately after receiving reohing news of the thediscovery Ihedlscoer thediscovery
discovery dlscoer and reached reache this ths city cty accompanied accompaniedby accompnnle
by b his soninlaw snInlaw at 315 this afternoon afternoonMr alteroon alteroonMr
Mr Hedges Helel could give no reason realon for his hissons hisInl hissons
sons Inl mysterious m sterlous disappearance l8ppernc and said saidthat sil saidthat
that the last place plac the young man mn had been beenheard ben benherd beenheard
heard herd from was In Pittsburg The father fathermade fathermnde fathermade
made a close examination examlatol of the th place placewhere plce plcewhere placewhere
where his hil son lon was found but could coule come cometo cometo cometo
to no conclusion concusion as al to how he met his hil death deathLiberal deth dethLiberl deathLiberal
Liberal Liberl rewards have been ben offered olered for forInformation forInformton forinformation
Information Informton as to the whereabouts wherehouts of the thewayward thewnvward thewayward
wayward Bon 60nond and the boy who found tho thobody thoboay thebody
body money will wi probably prohLI receive recive a snug sum lum of ofmoney ofmonoy ofmoney
Hedges Ir ges had In his pocket a cheap chep watch watcha
a fountain foutain pen eyeglasses oeglasef and a pocket pocketknifa pocketknlCd pocketknife
knife He was pn 27 years old ol 5 feet fet 8 inches inchestall InchMtal inchestall
tall tal weighed weighe 100 11 pounds pouds ard are was wa well welldresced wel welldresed
dresced drle in a dark green grn suit with raincoat raincoatWhen rincot rincotWlwn raincoat1ien
wound the thehead thehNd thehead
When 1ien found there thor was a on
head hNd hut it is believed helfvrd to have been beencaused 1en 1encaUe teencaused
caused bv an accident accidentCol accdent accidentCol
caUe Col Hedges returned retured to Boston this thisafternoon thll thllaftmlon thisafternoon
afternoon aftmlon He le Is I one of Eostonn wealthy wealthycitizens wealthycitizens eslhy eslhycitzens
citizens and has been bln Commander ommlndpr of the theAncient theArlntnnd theArrlent
Ancient Arlntnnd citzens nnd n nd Honorable Artillery Arier Thesons Thesonsbody The sons sonsbody
body will be beshipped shipped to t Boston tomorrow I
Mob 101 Didnt Ddnt Quite Qui e Kill fl Him 11m and anl lie Ron Ronto Go Goesto
to J Jan ll for Ton Tfn Year YearNEW Vlar YearsNEW
NEW ORLEANS ORLEJ a May 7 7John John Rawlins RawllnsA RwlnR
A negro ne ro once onc almost lynched lyched in Sunflower Sunflowercounty Sunfower Sunflowereounty
eounty Misswas MIwal brought brou h to the Mississippi Mississippipenitentiary Mississippipenitentiary 1 ilppl ilppltenltentary I
penitentiary tenltentary today tody for criminal assault assaultllawlins assul assaultRawlins
Rawlins Hawlns who Is I from Drew in Sunflower Sunflowercounty Sunnowerounty Sunflowercounty
county ounty was M rescued relcued by a deputy sheriff sherifffrom sherlr sherifffrom
from a mob which was trying to lynch Iynohhim lynchhim
him and was Wa placed plaO on the train trin for In Indianola Indlanola Indianola
dianola A second flcnd mob Invaded Invaded the train trainnear trin trinnfar trainnear
near Indlanola took Rawllnn Rnwln from the thnofficers thAofcer theofficers
officers nfar ofcer Indinola carried crred him into a neighboring neighborig wood woodand woo woodand
and Id hanged Iln him himniiJlulll himAccrding himAccording
Accrding According niiJlulll e to I the tiw latest methods v the theentire y yentire I Ientir
entire entir mob opened o fire fre on Rawlins RnwlnR with withtheir withtheir lh
their rifles and nf he received rechrd no less Ies than thanselves thanloentrn thanseventeen I
seventeen rnfl lJlet iiullets Ater After stisying satIsfying them themlelvls themselves
selves lelvls loentrn that he was wa dead the mob left the thebody thebody I Ibod
body bod lying Ivln in the woods ood The next day daywhen daywhen claywhen
when the deputy sheriff herlt ws Wa arranging for forthe Corthe forthe
the burial of the negro It was Wa found that thathe thathe thathewasnot
he hewasnot was WR burll not quite qule quitedead dead ded He Hewasnursuedhack Hewasnursuedhackto was a nuiwd nur back backto hck hckto
to life indicted for the crime of which he hewas heWM hewas
was lCe charged chargtc pleaded ploadld guilty uty and tnday todayentered tndayantered tndayentered
entered the penitentiary nltntlar fora term often oftenyears oC ten tenyenr tenyears
years yearsIT yenr yenrW yearsw
ion on of the Hat lat Manufacturer lanufactllrlr Rid of Wife WifeHe fle flele Wifelie
He le Quietly Qulrt Married MarriedSupreme ltarnIedSupreme IarrledSuprrme
Supreme Court Cour Justice Justlc Fitzgerald signed signedyesterday tlgld tlgldyesterday signedyesterday
yesterday a decree decro granting grntng William Wilam A ADunlnp ADunlap I IDunlap
Dunlap a divorce from his hil wife Lulu on onthe onthe onthe
the report rpr of Arthur C Butts But us referee refereeAll rfe rfeAl refereeAll
All Al tho papers papr In the case caR were sealed laled up upby upby upby
by order of the t he court courtDunlap cour courtDunlap
Dunlap who ho is II about abut 32 years yelrf old Is a ason an ason
son n of the founder of thn Duiilnp DWIIlp hat com company compny cornpony ¬
pony Ho was wnl married In 1805 to Miss MissIulu MI8Iulu Misslulu
Iulu pny B 10 Freer Frer of Newark but the wedding weddingwas weddln weddlnwnl
was not announced announcd for some 80mI months after afterIt
It wnl occurred oCurld Dunlap who ho Is a wellknown wellknownamateur wellknownamateur elknown elknownnmateur
amateur horseman horlman spent f nt part pnr of that year yearon yearon ar aron
on a ranch In tho West r t and when whtn he re returned r returnicl ¬ I
turned tunlrd he surprised Furprfd his friends frends by telling tellingthem telng telngthlm tollingthem
them thlm that ho wns wal vnu married marriedNothing marrlld marrlldNothing marriedNothing
Nothing could be b learned Ilarrd from the law lawyers lawyem lawyere ¬
yers of cither elthlr side id yesterday as lS to the cause causeof cauR cauRof causeof
of the trouble It Is understood that the theDunlaps theDunlaps tlcDunlaps
Dunlaps have been Len separated epurtcd for some sometime sme smetmo sometime
St lecrr Ielr Lull Llle Clear ClearWorth CIa CIaWorh CigarVorth
bo boThe box boxTe boxThe
Worth a dollar dolsr a
The Te very el but Worh blend oT Havana aval toi IOfICCAdr IOfICCAdrFlnt totrtccoAdP totrtccoAdPFirst cco At AtFlr
Flr First t looo IC Column Mewtpaprr MewtpaprrTwentieth wpaper wpaperTwentieth
Twentieth Anniversary World ciit < Sunday nrven nrvensrctloni rrnn rrnnsrclol rtevensecflOni
Tenlelh srctloni olx U Annlwraf In rolor First complete rmptele l pictures plcturel of ofSt ofSI 0 0t
St srclol t Louts lul Fair Ir Order Ord r lonleht lonllhl to nIht Five ve cUlls AOr 11 11l S SSfrLtt
Civil lvii and Mining lntnl Hoolrtlei 80lrte Reluctant Relutant to toEnter toEnter toEnter
Enter the Scheme 8heme Offhand Orandom Orandommllee OffbandCom OffbandComnultlee Com Commlttee
mlttee mllee of II to Consider Conllder the Plan PlanCable Pan PanCable PlanCable
Cable of Thanks Tankl to Mr Carnegie CarnegieRepresentatives CameIII CameIIIRcpreenttvls CarnegieRepresentatives
Representatives Rcpreenttvls of the American Americn Society Societyof Siety Sietyof
of Civil Civi Engineers EnKlnler the American Amtrlcan Society Societyof Solety
of Mechanical Mechanllal Engineers Englneer the American AmericanInstitute AmericanInstl AmericanInstitute
Institute Instl ute of Mining lnlng Engineers Engincm the American AmericanInstitute Americanllituto Americaninstitute
Institute of Electrical EICtrlcal Engineers Engineer and the theEngineers theEngineers theEngineers
Engineers Engineers Club met last night at tho house houseof hou8eof houseof
of tim civil chl engineers englmer 220 West Wet Fifty Fiftyseventh FiftyItItnth Fiftyseventh
seventh ItItnth street Itrltt to discuss dlHcl Andrew Andrw Car Carneglos Carnglt8 Carnegies
neglos nglt8 offer ottr of 1000000 100 for a building buildingto buldlnl buldlnlt
to t be used use OH a a joint homo for the societies societiesAlfred scietes scietesAlfred socIetiesAlfred
Alfred Noble Nobll president of the civil cvi en engineers engltem onglreers ¬
gineers gltem presided prlllded at the meeting moting which whichbegan whlcbbegan whichbegan
began at 8 oclock ocock and ended endld at midnight midnightThe mldlight mldlightThe
The discussion developed developd the fact that thattho tht thtIhe thatthe
the engineers enguler are ar rather lukewarm about aboutaccepting abut abutaccptig aboutaccepting
accepting accptig the offer oter The Te miners miem have hayl little littleuse lite liteun littleuse
use un for such Iuch a 0 building buiding and tho civil cvi en engineers engmlcr engineers ¬
gineers gmlcr have ha e a fine fnl home of their own ownIt ow ownIt
It looked for a few minutes nnutes just before beforeadjournment bfore bforeadjournment beforeadjournment
adjournment as n If there ther would be b a real realscrap ral ralcrp realscrap
scrap crp over a resolution of thanks thalks to Mr MrCarnegie Mrlaro MrCarnegie
Carnegie laro le and a telegram telegrm which It was WIS pro proposed propoSl proPOl ¬
posed poSl to send snd to him In London Lndon The reso resolution resolullon resolutlon ¬
lution and all the telegram were drafted dratte by bythe bythe bythe
the secretary and In I substance subtace pledged pledgedthe pleged plegedthe
the societies Bcletle represented represente to accept acept Mr Car Carnegies Carneglos Carnegies ¬
negies offer oler Tho resolution reslution was wa carried carriedWhen carriedWhen carriedWhen
When It came to the telegram tllegram George H HMorlson RIorlsn SMorison
Morlson Iorlsn a former president of the civil civilengineers civi civilengineers
engineers englntrB got up and ald said saidI sid sidI
I bad not Intended Intnded to make any remarks remarksat remarkat
at this meeting meetng but 1 cannot vote to send sendany sendany endan
any an such Iuch cable message te salo as that proposed proposedNobody propo proposedNobody Ed Edobod
Nobody obod here Is I authorized to pledge pJedlo his hissociety hIsIOeCt hi hisociety
society IOeCt to do anything When this matter matterwus matterwas
was IS first brought brought up I I very much luh doubted doubtedwhether doubtedwblther doubtedwhether mattr mattrIS
whether wblther the th American Amlrlcan Society of Civil Civi En Engineers Enginrl Englnsere ¬
gineers ginrl ought be to a party part to the scheme schemeWe 8chEme 8chEmeWc schemehave
We have n home of our olr own and I cnn an SM SMmany Slf seamany
many man difficulties In the way 11 WLd of disposing dlspo ln of
it should Ihould wo desire to do so o after afer we had
become a part of thin union of engineers engineersAfter enlinee engineersAfter
After thinking think I over ov r Mr Carnegies C8rne le8 splendid splendidoffer splendidoner splendidotter
offer however I have bny become blcome convinced convincedthat conlncedthut convincedthut
thut our society oclet should do nothing nothlnl which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would make makl It t Impossible Impolslble for this tils thing thin to togo togo
go through throughHowever throulb throulb10wenr
10 However 10wenr we e are not In a position po 1 Ion at this thismeeting thl thlmectnl thismeeting
meeting mectnl to pledge ourselves ourtelves to do anything anythingand nnrthtnl anythingand
and as lS an amendment nmendmfnt to the proposed cable cableme lable lablemlI1 cablemesage
me mlI1 mesage age I offer orer the following lolowla lolowlaJember propoee
Member of engineering fnllnerlnA societies pocletef and andtho Ind Indthl andthe
the thl Engineers 1nllnepr e Club Informally informal assembled tusemblpdKenri lsemblEd lsemblEdenr assembledsanil
Kenri enr thlt thi message mp ago of gratitude rattude for your our gen generous generous generotis ¬
erous offer offerMr orer orerMr offerMr
Mr Morrisons speech sppch was wa greeted gretd with withapplause withapplaue withapplause
applause and It was W decided decde to t send snd his hisdespatch hisnpatch hisdtspatch
despatch to Mr Carnegie Carnfgle Thereafter Thereaftertho Tlrater Tlratertho
tho resolutions rt olutone of thanks were wer changed changedto chagd chagdto
to conform cnform to the spirit of the th cable mes message ml mneesage ¬
sage sge
sageAll All 1 tho opposition o to Mr Carnegies Carnegiesoffer Camfgiesoltr carnegiesoffer
offer oltr developed rellloJd from frm the desire dEir of the therepresentatives theJprtfntatlws therepresontativs
representatives Jprtfntatlws of the thl electrical and Id me mechanical mechanlral mechanlcal ¬
chanical engineers Ilglneom as a well wel as a the Engineers EngineersClub Eglnfr EngineersClub
Club to commit cmnt those thol at the tht mooting mootng to a aformal alormal aformal
formal acceptance aptnc of Mr lr Carnegies offer offerIt orer orerI offerIt
It I should bo b understood underlood that Mr Carne Carnegie Cme Cmegle Camegie ¬
gie while whie he has put up 150000 O for options optionson optons optonson
on five fu pieces plocs of land lad in II West Thirtyninth Thirtyninthstreet Thirynint Thirtyninthstreet
street 8trt a few doors door from Crm Fifth Fit avenue avenuehas avenuehas I Iha
has ha not agreed agrd to do anything anyhlt more mor than thanbuild thanbuld thanbuild
build buld the te building buildingThe buldg buldgThe buildingThe
The societies Icetes to which whic the offer ofer has h been beenmade bn bnm beenmade
made must munle unless Mr M Carnegie Anally nnU nnUdecdee
decides m decdee to pay py for the land lad Crege himself hlmslC buy
the site siteThe siteThe te teThe
The mechanical mehaic and ad electrical electr engineers engineersoccupy engineersoccupy gler gleroccuj
occupy a house hou In West Wet Thirtyfirst Tirytt street streetin stlt stltI streetin
occuj in I which the famous laou Clark Engineering Eginerng
Library Lbrary Is to be b placed placedBut plae placedBut
But according acring to the will wi of Mr r Clark Clarktho Clarkthe Clarkthe
the library lbrary must be b put in a fireproof frproof build building buid buiding buildlug ¬
ing The house hou of the mechanical mehaical engi engineers enginears ¬
nears nlrs Is not fireproof freproof and ad that Is one reason reasonwhy rCn rCnwhy reasonwhy
why they are very ery anxious anxou8 to accept aCpt Mr MrCarnegie MrCarnegie
Carnegie Care le a offer offerIt orer orerIt I I IIt
It was a finally fnaly decided deide to appoint appint a com committee cornniittee ¬
mittee of fifteen freen three from each of the thesocieties thofocletle thesocieties
societies focletle represented reprfscntedr to confer over Mr Mrsociety MrCarnegles MrCarnegies
Carnegles orer offer IQ anti furo secure frm from each eachclet eachsociety
society clet a vote on 01 the proposition prophlon Then Thenthe Thenthe Thenthe
the committee commlteo of fifteen fren will wi In turn report reportat repor reportto
to a meetnK meeting of al all the societies to ho held heldat heldat
at a I date to be decided dClded upon uponTO upn upnTO uponTO
About Altered Alpe Statements StalemPtl In Kestrel Rerad to toIloodllnK tonoodln toBoodling
IloodllnK noodln In Missouri MissouriST mlolrl mlolrlS1
ST S1 Irfifis 101s Mo May 7 7The The April Apri Grand GrandJury GrandJury GrandJury
struck another lead this
Jury Ilad morning morningJ mornlnl
J H I Hume cashier cnhler of a bank at Kahoka KahokaMo KahukaMo KahokaMO
Mo the thl homo town tow of Joe Jc Tall Tal private privatesecretary prhatescretary privatestcretary
secretary of Senator Snator William Wilam illlarn J Stone Stonewas SIOMwa Stonewas
was wa before blqr the Inquisitors InquisitorsIt Inquiiof
It Is said that he related rlated to the Jury the thosubstance thelubstanr thesubstance
substance lubstanr of a 0 number numbr of conversations conversationshe converton convertonhe
he had with wih Tall Tal while whie the latter later was W8 Chief ChiefClerk ChieCClerk ChiefClerk
Clerk of the Missouri Mls8url General Generl Assembly AssemblyTall A8mblyTal
Tall Tal Is alleged alegd to have hnvp told Hume at the theclose theclose
close cloB of the session Rssion of the Legislature Legislaturetwo Lgll atur I
two years ear ago that a echemo shemo bad been beendevised bn beendevised I
devised by which certain crtain bills biA Inimical Inimicalto Inimicl Inimiclto
to curtain interests InTsts could oulr always be 0 killed killedTho kied kiedTho killedTho
Tho n verfalllng ntrfallng scheme sheme was 18 to steal Ilcal the thebills thebl thebills
bills bl as a a last lat resort resortHo rsrt rsrtHB resortHo
Ho Is also a o alleged alege to have told Hume Humethat Humethat Humsthat
that the plans were complete for making inakin
115000 1150 15000 out of the Slot Machine Iahlno bill bi which whichwas whicwas
was Introduced Introduc at tho last session RMon of the theLegislature theLgllatur theLegislature I
Legislature Lgllatur It I Is not known that it became becamenecessary bcmo becamenecessary
necessary neeSr to steal Rlel any bills bls to prevent their theirblcmlng theirbecomIng I Ibecoming I
becoming blcmlng law for the lobb power was wasso wasso as asIUPU
so supreme IUPU rfme that all al bills blhlt it 10bb1 was W8 against agant were werekilled werekll werekilled
kll killed outright outr ht and never had any chance chanceof chanc
of being passed passedTall pao passedTall
Tall Tal was wa refilected reilete Chief Clerk of the thelast thl thelast
last lat House HOURalter after a spirited spirte session sessionAs f80n f80nAs sessionAs
As a result of the testimony given by
Mr Hume it Is II probable prhablt that the Cole ColeCountv Cle CleCountv ColeCountvOrand
Countv CountvOrand Grand Ord Jury Jur will il be b reconvened rnvene to togive togivo togive
give Mr rr Tall Tal an opportunity opporunty to explain explaintne explainthe explainthe
the moaning monng of his alleged alege statements to tothe tothe tothe
the banker bankerA I
A despatch was wal received recived hero her today todayfrom todayfrom
from Crm New York suggesting sug pHtlnK that If At AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGoneral ¬
torneyGeneral Crow could onlv succeed succeedIn ucced uccedIn I
In finding fn lng President Ziegler of tIle Baking BakingPowder BakingPowderTrust
Powder PowderTrust Trust Trst he would nave no rilfflculty rilfflcultyIn rlfflcult rlfflcultin Imcul I
In finding fnding Daniel J Kelley Keley the legislative legislativeagent legl legislativeagent latve I Ialnt
agent 01 of the trust tr t who Is charged with withhaving withhaving I
alnt having distributed dlstrlhuto 150 25000 among logic legislators leglIltors logiclatora ¬
lators Iltors of this State In the interest Interet amonf of 0 legisla legislation legsll leglalation ¬
tion ton desired delIrc by the trust trustThe t trustThe Mllt MlltThe
The police department hers her does not notknow notknow notknow
despatch know what plc Importance Importanc attaches ataches to the thedespatch thedespatch thedespatch
She Shl Went fpt So Fast That Tat a Policeman polerman Was WasAbout fa faAhout WasAlpout
About to Arrrct Her HerWASHINGTON ler lerWASHINGTON tierWAs4floToN
WASHINGTON May 7 7MIS 7Miss Miss Alice Alc Roose Roosevelt R Roosewlt ¬
velt took a hand In driving drvng an automobile automobileyesterday automobls automoblsyelterday automobileyesterday
yesterday and she drove dre so 6 rapidly down downConnecticut downConnectlct downConnecticut
Connecticut Connectlct avenue that a policeman plcman was wason wAson wason
on thevpoint of arresting arrstng her for scorching scorchingwhen Irhlg Irhlghen scorchingwhen
when hen he rooognljied rocgnird that she he was the Presi Presidents Prsl Prsldents Presidents ¬
dents daughter and allowed alowed her to t pro proceed pr prooeed ¬
ceed cd on her way She occupied a big red redlongdistance rd rdlongdlstc redlongdistance
longdistance longdlstc machine machlnel and ad a hired hrd ohauf ohaufgiVing chauffeur ohauffeur
feur ocupied occupied a set seat beside nlde her and wa was wasgWlng I
giVing Instructions In tr lonR In the manipulation maiputon of ofthe ofthe
the wm Iiral several > rol levers lecl and ad steering strng gear gearMiss gearMiss
Miss Mis Roosevelt RRevelt attracted atracted much gr grMis attention attentionfrom attnton attntonCrm attentionmorn
from Crm morn persons on the street strt who thought thoughtthe thouchtthl
the thl automobile automobie prons was wal moving faster fastr than the thenew te tenP thenew
new nP and strict strct regulations Igulatons of the District Districtof Dltrc
of Columbia Clumbla allow alow Later Lter In the day Miss MissRoosevelt Mi MissRoosevelt
Roosevelt rode rde to Woodley Wooley Line Lne In the thlMme thlMmemachine same samemachine samemachine
machine to attend attnd a fashionable IMhonable wedding weddingdriving weddingdriving ddlng ddlngdring
driving the auto herself hrlf She has told her herfri herCrndl herfriends
dring fri friends nds that she he Intends to t persuade her herfather herlather herfather
father to buy an A automobile lutmoblA for pruae her on his hisreturn hs hsreturn hisreturn
return from frm his Western Weftern tour tourFrank lourtrank tourFrank
Frank Jones Jon PorUmotth Porlmoalh Ale AleAnd Alet 41 41and
And Stout I Your our u dealer or Acker Mmall AOondll AOondllKock t ondit onditflock dJ dJi
t flock AHarris lliar llarnta Arts K 5 nMJf Cortlandt Contianch S r sN N V VAdr Adr
He Was W Charged Crle With Accepting Aeetl Brib BribJury Hethet Hethethitr3
I I Ames was w convicted cnvic today ty of accepting aooeptlnbribes aopUng aopUngbrbs acceptingbribes
bribes brbs from lrm women wmen of the town tw Th Thjury ThE ThEjur TheJury
jury jur was W out twentyfour hours houl and th thtrial the thetral thetrial
trial tral occupied opled six st days daysThe d1 daysThe
The evidence evdenc WM w direct dire and convincing convincingSo onvolng onvolngSo
So patve poaltive positiveWM wai tho testimony tston thAt tht th thdefence the thedefenoe thedefence
defence pleaded plee paresis prrl and temporal temporalinsanity temporaryinsanity
insanity Iaty The Te defence defenc depended dende large largeupon larl larlupn largely largelyupon
upon upn the former forer popularity pparty of Dr Ames AmesAmes Aes AesAes AmesAmes
Ames Aes was wl Indicted Id on ten tn counts cuts th thpresent the thepresnt thepresent
present presnt trial tral being blp upon upn the tenth tnth which whlolcharged whoh whohcharge whichcharged
charged charge him h with wih accepting aoeptlg bribes brb fror frorhouses Crm CrmhOUR from fromhouses
houses hOUR of ill 1 fame CIme Just before bfor his h Indict Indictment Indct Indctment indictmeat
ment he fled fe from frm the city c11 going goig to Indiana Indianathence Indianathence
thence thenc to t Kentucky and finally fly to t Ne NeHampshire New NewHmpshe NewRarnpshire <
Hampshire Hmpshe from Crm which whh Stato SUto he wa waextradited was wasextradited
extradited extraditedHis
His Hs attorney attrey gave notice notc of a motion moton for a anew anew anow
new trial trl and if i this Is denied dene the case cse will willbe willbe m mb
be b appealed appaled to t the Supreme Court CourtCHASED Curt CurtCIASED CourtChASED
Cop Didnt Catch the Auto Autosubfuet AutosubfuetDlplomato AutoSubsequent AutoSubsequentDiplomatic Subsequent SubsequentDiplomatic
Diplomatic Dlplomato Reconciliation ReconciliationBicycle Reonclaton ReonclatonDoyce ReconciliationBicycle
Bicycle Doyce Policeman Polcma Rensaoller Hnaeler was wa riding ridingon rding rdingon
on Fifth 11fh avenue near Fortyfirst Fortyfr t street last lastnight lRt lRtnight lastnight
night when an a automobile automobie In which were wereAlfred wereAlre wereAlfred
Alfred Alre G Vanderbilt VaderbUt and ad his driver passed passedhim passedhim
him at a lively lvel rate rat of speed sp The police policeman plc policeman ¬
man chased cha the auto aut down the avenue to toThirtythird toThlrtythlrd toThirtythird
Thirtythird street strt where the driver drver slowed slowedup
up turned ture west Wlt and ad vanished vanishedLater valahe vanishedLater
Later Lter In the evening the automobile automobilepassed automobie automobiePRe automobilepassed
passed PRe the policeman plcma again agan and he rode rodealongside rodoaongside rodealongside
alongside alongsideGood aongside aongsideGod alongsideGood
Good God evening evenig officer oIcr W said sid Mr Vander Vanderbllt Vader Vaderblt Vanderbut ¬
but blt I see 8 you were Iere following folowng us u a little littlewhile Utle Utlehle littlewhIle
while hle ago agoYes agoYes agoYea
Yes said ld the cop cp you yol were going goingpretty goingpretty olngprety
pretty prety fast fastWell CIt feetWell
Well Wel we didnt realize rUz that thatW answered answeredMr answert
Mr Vanderbilt Vanderbit You know It isnt Int pos possible POI POIIlble poesIble ¬
sible Ilble to realize reaz always how fast Cat you are aregoing aregoing
going in one of these tht machines mahine But we wedidnt wedidnt vedidnt
didnt violate iollte the law Intentionally Intentonaly and anddidnt anddidnt anddidnt
didnt mean to speed speedAll speedAll
All A right sir answered anwere the cop cp and Mr MrVanderbllt UrVanderbit MrVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Vanderbit was allowed alowd to travel avtl on up the theJVDGE theaVlnue theavenue
aVlnue aVlnueJDOE avenue avenueJUDGE
He Says 8a He le Would WoflidMake oald Make the Strongest StrongestPossible 81ronlet 81ronletPOllble StrongestPossible
Possible POllble Candidate Canddate In 1O4M 1O4MOSWBOO 10 1004O8wEoo
OSWBOO N Y May 7 7Flrt 7First First Deputy DeputyAttorneyGeneral Dputy DputytorneyOent11 DeputyAttorneyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral torneyOent11 Bulger said 8d today that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the newspaper ntwlppr discussion dscuNlon of Clevelands Clevelandschances Cevelad Clevelandschances I
chances chancs for the Presidency Preldency in i 1901 lOt would wouldresult wouldrsult wouldresult
result rsult in a popular ppula demand for his h re renomination re renomination
nomination nominaton In an a interview Interew Judge Judg Bulger BulgerdUcutised Bulgr BulgrdisC Bulgerdiscussed
discussed disC political pltcl matters mter freely frely and re referring r muforring ¬
ferring to exSenator exSntor Hills Hi attitude atitude con concerning cn cnornng conoernlng ¬
said cerning ornng the Presidential Prsldcntal nomination nomnton he hesaid he6id hesaid
saidI 6id
I believe bleve that tht I am acquainted acuint with wth Mr MrHills MrHis MrHills
Hills His sentiments sntment and ad he la I ready ray to stand standby std stdby etandby
by any a candidate oddatthat that can c win w I dont dontbelieve dontbeleve dontbelleye
believe beleve that tt th t Mr M Hill Wli la a candidate odd He Hehas H Hhas
has repeatedly repat ly said Id that tat be is i 1 not It I la laMr I IMr IiMr
Mr Hills HI1 opinion opinl that tt all al personal plona am ambitions ambitols ambitions ¬
bitions bitols should be b set st aside aide and ad that the theparty te tepty theparty
should have If IfGrover IfGrover
party pty shoud an a opportunity opprtunty
Grvr Grover Cleveland Clvlnd can cn get more mor votes than thanJudge thanJudge thanJudge
Judge Parker or Judge Judg Gray Ory or any an other otherman otherman otherman
man Mr Cleveland Ceveland is i the man ma we want wantand wantand wantand
and he is I the candidate cndidat we will wl all al loyally loyallysupport loyaly loyalysuppr loyallysupport
support supportIt suppr
It is gratifying gratfyng to t see se the interest Intrest that thatIs thatIs thatIs
Is being taken by Democrats Dmoerats in selecting selectinga sleing sleinga
a candidate canddatf for next year yearIt yearI yearIt
It I Is nonsense nonll to cling olng to t ideas Ide and can candidates can candldateR dandidatee ¬
didates that the voters vor have declined delne to toaccept toaccpt toaccept
accept accpt Orover Cleveland Clevelad I have no nohesitancy noheslanoy nohesitancy
hesitancy heslanoy In saying fying would be b the strongest strongestpossible strongestpossible t tpMible
possible pMible candidate cndidate and would deserve deservethe desne desneIhe deservethe
the cordial crial support supprt of Mr Hill Hi The Demo Democratic Democratc Democratic ¬
cratic cratc leaders leder in this State I believe bleve will willurge wl willurge
urge urle the renomination renominaton of Mr Cleveland ClevelandJudge ClevelandJudge ClevelandJudge
Judge Bulger is one of Mr Hills Hls closest closestpolitical co8st co8stpoltc closestpolitical
political poltc friends frends In this ths State Stte and his hs declara declaration delara delaration declaration ¬
tion Is regarded relnrde as a significant significantWANAMAKEIPS significantIIlV11I4IiEItS dgnUlcsntrItlKERS
It I Hill nl Be Sixteen Stories 8torea HUhFloor HUhFloorSpace HIChfoortpaep HIghFloorSpace
Space tpaep IOOOOOO 100 Square Suare Feet FeetPHILADELPHIA FretPIItDELPIA FeetPItILADEtPIItA
PHILADELPHIA PIItDELPIA May 7 7Pla 7Plans Plans and ad speci specifications spcl sped spedfications ¬ I
fications fctlons for John Wanamakers Waamakers new fire fireproof lre lreproof fireproofdepartment ¬
proof proofdepartment department deparment store to tobeerocted be b erected erote on the theblock theblock theblock
block below his present presnt New rew York store storent storeat tre treat
at a cost cst coatof of between btwen 12500000 260 and ad 14000000 14000000have 4000000have 00
have bean s snt sent nt to Builders BuUder Dietrich Dietrch and andBowser Id IdBwsr andBowser
Bowser Bwsr of this city for proposals propsl by D H HBurnham HBurham HBurnham
Burnham Burham Ci C architect archltet architecbof of Chicago ChicagoThe Cicago CicagoTe ChicagoThe
The Te proposed propsd structure strcture will w1 practically practicallybe practcly practclyb
be b sixteen sixten stories high thirteen thlrn floors tOI above abovethe abve abvethe abovethe
the street rlrt and ad with ith an a attic atic and ad basement basementand bSlment bSlmentad basementand
and ad subbasement AubbRment It will wi have hae a front frontage frnt frntage frontage ¬
age of 18710 feet fet on Fourth avenue 18823 18823feet 1823 1823fet is23teat
feet fet on Broadway Broaway 32715 feet on East Ninth Jslnthstreet Ninthftrt Ninthstreet
street ftrt and ad 339411 394 < feet fet on East Eighth l ghth street streetAll stret streetAll
All Al four fronts front will wi be b constructed onstrote of stono stonoand stonoad stoneand
and ad terra cotta ctta with plateglass plategla windows windowsand wndos wndosand windowsand
and sheet Ihet metal meta frames and ad sashes sahe on the tbesecond thesnd thesecond
second snd floor 10r and ad above aboveA abe abeA
A large grand grd court cur or light lght well wel will wi be beIn b bein
In the centre cntr of the store str This will wl ex extend extnd extend ¬
tend tnd to the eighth floor nor where wher It will wl be beroofed beroofe beroofed
roofed roofe over The court curt will wi be b lined lned with withenamelled wth wthenamlle withenamelled
enamelled enamlle tar A large lar music mUllo auditorium auditoriumwill auditrum auditrumwl
will wl be b fitted fte up on the second Jnd floor floorTho for forThe floorTho
Tho spacious Rpalous stairway leading leang from the thecourt thecur thecourt
court cur on the first frst floor foor will il be constructed constructedof cnstrce
of Pavonazza marble mahogany and andbronze andbronz andbronze
bronze bronz grilles grillesThe grles grlesThe grillesThe
The finishing fnllhlng will wl include Incude wood floors floorsplaster 80ra 80rapi floorsplaster
plaster pi Rter walls wals and ceilings clng8 and ad wo ornamental ornamentalcaps oraental oraentalCpl ornamenta ornamentacaps
caps Cpl and wood bases bMs on all al columns clumns All Allthe Al Allthe
the wood will wl be b fireproofed freproofe throughout throughoutThere throughoutTher throughoutThere
There Ther will wl be b a total to11 floor loor area ara of 1001 101 101I
000 I square luar feet fet Mr Wanamakers Wanamakerl con contemplated cn cntemplBte contomplated ¬
templated templBte 15000000 500 building buidng on the site siteof lie siteof
of his hs present prnt store at Thirteenth Tlrnlh and ondMarket andMarket andMarket
Market streets t t In this thll city will wl have a total totalfloor totl totalfloor
floor area of 1816000 square squa feet fet
Dashed DalbP Off or Of the Roof of a FiveStory FveAtol Build DnlldIns Dald DaldIne BuildIng
Ins and Never Got a Scratch ScratchBridge 8ntch 8ntchBridge ScratchBridge
Bridge Policeman Polcem Scheep has a small smallfox sml smallfox
fox terrier terer of which he la I very ory proud prud The Thedog Te Tedog Thedog
dog sits llts in the window of the policemans policemanshome plcemns plcemnshome policemanshome
home on the fourth fourh floor at 939 Second Secondavenue Seond Seondavenue Secondavenue
avenue and announces anounO his masters muers arrival arrivalevery arrvl arrvlevery arrivalevery
every afternoon afteroon by barking brkig vigorously
Yesterday Scheep Schel let the do dOl dog go to the theroof theroC theroof
roof roC five fve stories Inrl 1 above abve ground A stray straycat strayct straycat
cat ct happened hapJnld to be b there ther also als ana the ter terrier terrier tarrier ¬
rier made mde a dash dal for her hfr At the edge fdge of ofthe ofthe
the roof rot the cat ct turned lured but the dog shot shotover shotor shotover
over Scheep Schep saw 1 the dog fall fal past pst the thewindow thewindow thewindow
window Irbb grabbed his revolver rolver and ran randown rn rndow randown
down dow to the street strt to end ed Its Is misery misr The Thedog Tl Thedog
dog met him with a joyful bark brk a vigorous vigorouswag vigorouswag 1Korouwal
dol wag me of its Is tail tal and Ad joyul ran rn bock bk upstairs upstairsNext upsair upsiairsNext
wal Next time will wU be b his hi lost Scheep Shep hoep Bays BaysOnce M1SOnc saysOnce
Once Onc before bfore he jumped jum two stories storlel after aftera aCtr aCtra
a cat and the third thir time la I sum sur death deathWhr deth dethhI deathWhy
Why hI Not No 1M a NlM NIar Niagara ra Falls FnlliTYou FII FIIYou Fallsyou
You can cn do ao > o with lb no extra nlr expense It I you travel travelby travelby ra1by
by the New Ne York ork Central Cllra Urea larAd larAdTe ilreaA4r ilreaA4rThe Adt AdtIt
Te The Penfyala Pnnaylnia Lmie Ltmitd Ltmitdii
II as perfectly prfedly equipped as a twentieth Iwenteh century centuryIncenulty CfIU CfIUtlcelulr ceatunyIacnuitV
Incenulty tlcelulr A CAn der devte devte II I run rM every eve day In II the Ibeytar Ihestr theyear
year to Chlcaro and ad St 8 Lovit Lu 1oUlLAdr Att AdfM
He U WM Wa Only ol SA 5 Years Ten Old and Ured Lnd In InNewtonvllle IDNewonvUe inTiiewteiWlile
Newtonvllle NewonvUe Mas MHa MsSHtd Had Uved Lnd an anExtravagant anEtrulant anExtravagant
Extravagant Etrulant Life UleoDltable lAteConstable Constable Was talWlh talWlh1m With Withmm WithHim
mm 1m When Wrn He le Died De In a Boston Hotel HotelBOSTON Ilote IloteBlTON hotelBostoN
BOSTON BlTON May My 7 7Nearly Nearly all al the life le in inauranoe In8urc inauranoe
auranoe 8urc companies cmpale8 maintaining maltlng offices omo in inthis Inthi inthis
this thi city are ar interested Itoreted in the investigation investigationinto lvetlgaton lvetlgatonlto
into lto the death of Edwin Ewin M Thayer Tayer of New Newtonvllle Newtonvle Newtonville ¬
tonvllle tonvle who Is known to have taken out outpolicies outpolole outpolicies
policies polole for 1O 405000 within a few months monthsand month monthsand
and who died suddenly of acute Brights Brlghtadisease BrightsdlsMe Brightsdisease
disease dlsMe disease at a 0 Back Bay hotel on last lRt Thurs Thursday Thursdy Thursday ¬
day dy night while whie in custody oustoy of a constable constableJust constble constbleJust constableJust
Just how a constable cnstable happened happene to t be bewith bewith
with wth Thayer Tyer at the time tme Is puzzling puzzlng for he hehad hehad hehad
had been ben released rlesld on ball bl pending pnding the hear hearing hearlg hearing ¬
ing lg of a criminal crinal charge char e on the Tuesday Tuesdaybefore Tesday Tesdayblor Tuesdaybefore
before blor and his counsel cusl refuses to t tell tel any anything anything anything ¬
thing about abut the matter matterIt mter mterIt
It is II supposed suppstd that some civil cvi action actionwas aoton aotonwaR actionwas
was brought brught against a ainst Thayer and that he hewas hewas hewas
was nominally nonnaly under arrest arrestWhile nrrelt nrreltWhie arrestWhile
While Whie the policies plcle8 Thayer TaYfr Is known know to tohave 10have tohave
have taken out amount to t MO1000 fl05O It Is I said saidin saidin aid aidIn
in insurance iuranc circle cllle here hpl that he hI had ha fO 80000 S0000additional 80000additional
additional adcltlonalln In various varlols companies cmpanle8 the thenams thenamsof names namesof namesof
of which cannot cnnot bo b learned Itamfd and It is I hinted hintedthat hlntdthat hintedthat
that the amount may l ho > o even pvn greater greaterThayer Kralr KralrThaer greaterThayer
Thayer in applications applcatonl filed fle recently recentlywhen reently reentlywhen recentlywheui
when seeking leklng further furhcr insurance Inluranc said that thathe thathe thathe
he had the following Colowlng policies plcies 1100000 100 100000 in i the thePonn thePon thePenn
Penn Pon Mutual Mutua of Philadelphia Phiadelpha 1100000 1100 100000 in the theMutual thoMutul theMutual
Mutual Mutul Life Lfe of New York 10 50000 in the thoPrudential thuPrdental thePrudential
Prudential Prdental Life Lfe 135000 10 in the Phoenix Ph nlx Mut Mutual Mutul Mutusl ¬
ual ul of Hartford JrCor 15000 10 In the Equitable Eutablo Life Lifeof Lfe Lfeof Lifeof
of New York 1100 10000 In the State Mutual MutualL MutUI MutUIL
L fe of Boston BBton and 125000 260 25000 in the National NationalInsurance Natonl NatonlIn8urnc NationalInsurance
Insurance In8urnc Company of New York 2500 160 160In 12500in 2500in
in the thl John Hancock Hanck Mutual Mutua 150 15000 15000In 15000in
In the Provident Savings Svings Life of New York
5000 60 In the Mutual Benefit Insurance InsuranceCompany IIrno InsuranceCompany
Company Compny of New York and 850 85000 5000 in the theHome theHome theHome
Home Life of New York YorkThayer YorkThayer YorkThayer
Thayer who was wa only 28 28lve lived at Newton Newtonvllle Newon Newonvle Newtonville ¬
vllle vle with wth his hi wife wle a graduate grauat of Wellesley Wellesleyand Wele ley leyand
and the daughter of a rich rch Minneapolis Minneapolisman Minnenp01s Minnenp01sman
man manAt manAt manAt
At the time of the death of his hi father a afew aCew afew
few years ago he received rcelvc a legacy legay of 10 50000 50000but 50000but
but he soon spent spnt tho greater part prt of the thesum thesum thesum
sum When he married marie in 1901 191 his hi mother motherbuilt motherbuilt
built him a fine homo Today Mrs Thayer i
gave Dirtn to a cl clThayer
Thayer Thayerwas was treasurer trOurerol trossurerof of the Dolores Dlors Min Mining MinInl MimiIng ¬
ing and Milling Milng Company Cmpany a copper cpper con concern concern concern ¬
cern At the time tme of his arrest arret and before beforetaking bCore bCoretking beforetaking
taking tking this thl place plae he was an insurance iurance so solicitor solcitor soiicitor ¬
licitor licitorHis lcitor lcitorHI8 iicitorHis
His judgment as to investments was wasconsidered wasconsidered
considered cnsidere excellent oxclent In spite of his hs youth youthand youthad youthand
and ad In more mor than one insurance Insurace office officesums ofc oMcesums
sums of money ranging rging from 160 500 to 1500 1500wore 1500were
wore given to t < him hm to invest How 10w these theseinvestments thes theseinvestments
investments resulted rsulte has hl not been ben learned learnedThayer leare learnedflayer
Thayer Tayer was arrested arrsted on April Apr 27 charged chargedwith chagd chagdwth chargedwith
with wth forgery Corger and uttering uterng false taae notes notc It Itwas Itwa Itwas
was wa charged o rge that ho secured cred 130 3000 from fromGeorge Cm CmGrg fromGeorge
George Grg W Morse Mor of East Et Boston Bstn through throughGeorge thrugh thrughGrgl throughGeorge
George Grgl I Robinson Bbl8n Jr Jr a aoot note broker brkr here heregivingas her heregiingu
givingas aiviDg security scurty a note not for 5000 o signed signedby maed maedby signedby
by Mrs Mli Catherine Cteriu B Greene GreeneThe Grn GreeneThe
The he note not was wa secured soure by b an assignment angnmentof assignmentof
of a mortgage for 10 5000 on the house houS at
19 Worcester Woroter street strt where Mrs Mr Greene Greeneresides Grene Greneresld Greeneresides
resides resld and conveyed to t Thayer Tayer Mrs MrsGreene MrsGrne MrsGreene
Greene Grne denied dened having signed tdgne the note or ormortgage ormorgage ormortgage
mortgage mortgageWhen morgage morgageWhen mortgageWhen
When placed plaOd under arrest Thayer is issold I Isd issaid
sold sd to have told of his hs doings to the officer officerand oMcr oMcrand omeerand
and boasted bat of having obtained obtane 3000 3000from 30 3000from
from Crm another aother man in a similar slnlar manner mannerFrom mannerFrom mannerFrom
From the way ay in which Wch the man ma had ha done donethe donethe donethe
the crooked croke work and ad his free Ire talk the im impression 1mprwon impreeslon ¬
pression prwon was 1 created create that he was wa mentally mently mentlyIncpcitate mentallyIncapacitated
incapacitated incapacitatedThe Incpcitate IncapacitatedThe
The next nxt day Thayer was wa let go on ball ballhearing bal bailhearing
hearing being set for this thi week wek On Onlast Onlast Onlast
last Thursday Thursay night Thayer died die suddenly suddenlyat
at the hotel and ad Medical lelcal examiner exnner Draper Draperwho Draperwho Draperwho
who performed prCorme an a autopsy said sd tonight tonightthat tnlght tnlghtthat tonightthat
that beyond byond all al question the man mn died diedof die diedof
of acute brights brghts disease diseaseToday dise diseaseToday I IToay
Today the Penn Mutual sent Its adjuster adjusterto
to Newtonvllle NewtonvUe to make inquiries about aboutThayers aboutThayels aboutTliayers
Thayers health prior pror to his deatH deatr The Theadjuster Theadjuster Theadjuster
adjuster is said d to have learned learne that Dr DrDavid DrDaid DrDavid
David E Baker Bker the physician physicia of tho Thayer Thayerfamllv Thayerflmly Thayerfamily
family flmly had been ben treating trAatln him hm during tho tholast tholut thelive
last rive fe months monthl for kidney trouble troubleGeorge lruble lrubleOporgl troubleGeorge
George Oporgl W Anderson Andrron acted Icted as Thayers Thayerscounsel Ta1ere Ta1erecun8l flayerscounsel
cun8l counsel but since Inc tho latters lters death he has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been bn appointed appinted special spcial administrator adnnltratr of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the estate e8tte and lnd has ha retained rtaned Col Melvn MelvnAdams MelvinAdams Melvin MelvinAdams
Adams as al counsel cunsl Neither lawyer lawr will willdiscuss wl willdiscuss
discuss dlscs the case c but the Intimation Intmaton was wasmade WS WSmade wasmade
made that the payment of tho life insurance insurancemight Insurc Insurancemight
might be L contested contestedGEORGE cntsted cntstedGEOROE contestedGEORGE pyent
Chemical Cemical National atonal Banks President Ppsldent Since Sincethe Slnle Slnlethe SIncethe
the Death DEath of John Q Jones JonesGeorge JonNGerge JonesGeorge
George Gerge G Williams WUlams who has hl been bn presi president prel preldEnt president ¬
dent dEnt of the Chemical Chemic National Bank Dk since sluce1S7S sinc since1S7S
1S7S died dll of heart her disease dlslasl last lalt night at athis at athis
his home home 31 3 4 West Wet Fiftyeighth Fftyelghth street streetMr stret stretMr streetMr
Mr Williams Wllaml had an attack atack of grip early earlyin
in the spring Iprng which turned turne into pneumonia pneumoniaHe
He had ha almost recovered reerd from the latter latterailment latteraiment latterailment
ailment aiment and was M considered cnllde out of al aldanger alnger aldangur
danger nger from it when his he heart hear failed failedMr Clifd ClifdMr tailedMr
Mr Williams Wilams came Cme from old New England Englandstock Enllad Enlladstck Englandstock
stock stck His father Dr Datus Williams Williamsgained Wilams Wilamsgane Williamsgained
gained gane fame as a a physician Another Anotherancestor AnotheranOtor Anotherancestor
ancestor anOtor was wa a president of Yale University Universitywhile Univerity Univeritywhie Universitywhile
while whie still etl another was wa the founder of ofWilliams oCWiiams ofWilliams
Williams Wiiams College CollegeHe Colege ColegeHe
He WAR born bor In East Flt Haddam Conn In
182 181 1521 With the idea of becoming beomlng a pro professional prof0lonnl professional ¬
fessional f0lonnl man mn he wos educated eucte in the pub public publc publie ¬
lie lc school R hooll and Ind in I Bniinnrd rAlnll1 Academy Academybut
but John Q Jones Jone a friend frlonc of his father fatherpersuaded Cathfr Cathfrporuae fatherpersuaded
persuaded his parents to allow alow him to be betrained b betrained
trained poruae for business buslne prents and at the age of 15 15Mr 15Mr 15Mr
traine Mr Wllllanis Wiin began bga his connection onnpcton aie with lh the theChetlcnJ theChellll theChepIeal
death ChetlcnJ Chellll Hank Iank which hlch continued cntlnuo until unti his hisdeath hi hisdeath
He became btame paying teller when only 20 20yeors 20year 20years
years year old being bing at that thlt time tmo the youngest youngestperson youngestperson young st stprn
person so 8 employed emplu In I this thi city Next NeJt he hebecame hI hebecanie
prn became Oame discount dcunt clerk cprk and when whel Mr M Jones Joneswas JonesWM Joneswad
was elected olecW president ollldent of the thl bank bnk in 1855 1855Mr 18 1855Mr
Mr Wllllamsbocamo Williams became cashier cashierIn cher cherIn
In WllmRoame the latter latr part of Mr Jones JoneA1 s life le the theMr themnagmfnt themanagement
management oC the hnk bank foi fell Jrlly largely on onll onMr
Mr mnagmfnt Wllllamaa shoulders hould and when whln Mr MrJones MrJonel MrJones
Jones ll Wiim died dlEd in I 1878 Mr Ir Williams Wilamlsuoded Wilamlsuodedt succeeded succeededto
to t the presidency pTldEncMr
Mr Williams WIlams was connected conneo with wth many manyfinancial may maynnacal manyfinanclaland
financial nnacal financlaland and ad commercial ommerlallnsttutonl institutions among amongwhich aonl aonlwhich amongwhich
which were wer the Union Trust Trst Company Companythe Comtany Comtanythe
the United Unlto States StateR Life LCo Insurance Insurac Com Company ComJ Cornpany1 ¬
pany the Eagle Egle Fire Insurance Insuranc Company Companythe Cmpy Cmpyth
the th J Fidelity FdeUty and ad Casualty Cluat Company Cm ny and ad the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Coal Company Compy He had ha been beenSavings bn bntreldent beenpresident
president of the oa Clearng Clearing Hou6 House Asocla Asoclaton stasocla stasoclation
ton tion treldent ad and W was trurer treasurer 01 the Bk Bank for the theSavn theSavings
Savings Savn of Merchants Merchats Clerk and ad a director dlrotor dlrotorIn directorin 1 1In
In several sverl charitable and ad religious rlclous organi organisations orgal orgallons organlaat ¬
sations sationsf aat ions ionsS
f He lons lonsI wan W8 A member of the Metropolitan Metropolitanand Metrplt
and ad Riding Rding and Ad Driving olubs olubsHe olub olubiH
He H > married in 1867 187 Virginia Vlrlnla F King Kn Kndaughtr
daughter daughtr mte of Aaron Arn King KnK of orlohutt Massachusetts MassachusettsShe
She survives him with wth his daughter daughtr Clara Claraate Clra ClraJay ClaraJay
Jay Irve who marre married Frank B Keh Keoch R gru gruate graduate
ate of West Wit Point and a former forer lieutenant letenant In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Regular Reglar army ay ayEveQman
Everyman Everymanhould EveQmanbnud ETeryniseshould
should bnud use IIP lchlrh I hh Valleys Ueya lat train 11n to KuBaln KuBalnand fulln fullnad IluOsinni2
and ad ni2 Chicago CblcIro Reservation fueralons 3W S Broadway flrosdwayAd rldway dt
A A Hongartin BDr Gambler Gamlw Wins W SaSOOOO NIO at atBudapest a aBapt atRudapest
Budapest BudapestSiHctat Bapt Baptd Rudapests4J
SiHctat d CabU C Dtnett Dn la j Tax T Sox SoxVIBJOU St SexVmxxt I
VIBJOU Vlm May My 7 1BI 7Bela Bela Jtuth JUh an a aristo aristocratic nfstocratic ¬
cratic cUo Hungarian Hug gambler who la I known knownfor knownfor
for his h remarkable rmkbl luck luo at Monte Mnte Carlo Carloand Cro Croad Carloand
and ad elsewhere elwler won 1480000 80 playing plyg bac baccarat be becarat baccarat ¬
carat at the National Natonal Casino Co at Budapest Budapestyesterday Buapt BuaptyetrY Budapestyeeterdy
yesterday yesterdayCount yetrY yetrYCult yeeterdyCount
Count Cult Michael Mchl Karoly Krly was WI the chief loser loserdropping losr losrdrppll loserdropping
dropping drppll 320000 00 In I the game gameCOACHED ge geCOACHED gameCOACHED
isle alo Doji Do Got Points From Fom Him Itm In Their TheirDebate Ter TerDebate TheirDebate
Debate With flth Princeton PrincetonNBW Poeton PoetonNBw PrincetonNaw
NBW HAVEN HJVEN May 7United 7Unled States StatesSenator StatR StatRSenatr StatesSenator
Senator Senatr Orvllle Orvle H Platt Pltt of Connecticut Connecticutplayed Cnnectcut Cnnectcutplay Connecticutplayed
played play a I part par in Yales victory iottyover over Prince Princeton Prnc Princeton ¬
ton in tho joint debate debat on last 1t Monday night nightThe nightTe nightThe
The Te subject for tho debate debte was wa whether whethera
a closure c08ur resolution rluton should bo b adopted in intho Inthe Inthe
the United Unltd States Stt Senate Bnate and what effect effectit etect etectit
it would have on the business of the Senate SenateWhen Snlto SnltoWen SenateWhen
When Wen Senator Snator Platt Pltt wan W in town a few fewevenings Ce Ceevening fewovonings
evenings evening ago he was wa asked ake by the members membersof membl memblof
of the Yale Yae debating debatng team tam to give them themsome thomsmo themsome
some smo points pits for their argument argment and he met metboys metbyn metboys
boys byn in the New Haven House Houl for two hours hoursThe hour hoursThe
The Yale debaters debter say fY that Senator Rnator Platt Plattthrew Plnt Plnttthrew I
threw tho arguments argmcnts right rght at them and that thatthe thattho thatthe
the tips tp were wer valuable valuableThe valuabl valuableThe
The Te fact that Senator Rnatr Platt held this little littlecoaching ltle ltlecaohlng littlecoaching
coaching caohlng session slon was wa not made known knownuntil knownunt knownuntil
until unt to night nightOFFERED nightOFFElED nightOFFERED
Man Ian Who fbo Said He le Would fould Give Gn a 3OO for a aPostmastershlp aPOltmtenhlP aPostmastershIp
Postmastershlp Arrested ArrestedNEW Arretn ArrestedNrw
NEW NE OntEAKS ORLEAS May MIY 7 7Fennor Fennnr B Ba Baker Baker Baker ¬
ker a travelling travelng salesman slesmn of Chicago Chcgo was wasarrested wasarrested
arrested arestd yesterday yesterdy at Okolona Miss MSM by byPost byPost byPost
Post Office Ofc Inspector Inspor FltzCerald Fltzerld of New NewOrleans NewOrleans NewOrleans
Orleans on 01 complaint cmplaint of Gen Bristow BristowFourth Brst BnistowFourth
Fourth Fourh Assistant 8l tant PostmasterGeneral Postmatreneral on ona ona ona
a charge chrgo of attempting atemptig to buy an appoint appointment appit appitment appointmont ¬
ment as postmaster postmasterBaker pstmster pstmsterBker postmasterBaker
Baker Bker wrote to Mr Ir Bristow Brstow offering olerlng him
1 300 for the thE appointment appintment He expressed expressedhis expre81ed expre81edh8
his h8 willingness wllgess to accept acpt the post pltolc poutofilce office at atIndlanola atIndlanoia atIndianola
Indlanola Miss over which whoh President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRsevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rsevelt had hd so s muoh trouble truble In cease consequence cnse cnsequen ceasequence ¬
quence quen of the recent rent developments of ofcrookedness 01crkeness ofcrookedness
crookedness crkeness in I the Post Office OIc Department DepartmentInspector Depament DepamentInpecor DepartmentInspector
FitzGerald detailed to find findBaker findBaker
Inspector Inpecor FtzGerld was detaied t fnd fndBaker
Baker and ran rn him down dow at Okolona
Miss 111 Ttbbetts bbeUI Marries MarN Miles Mi Charles Cri Who fbo Is Isto IIto Isto
to Be Tried Tie for MurderRoAogE Murder MurderROANORB
arer arerROJNOlB
ROANORB ROJNOlB Va May 7 7Mle 7Miles Miles Charles CharlesIndicted Chales ChalesldiCe Charlesindi
Indicted ldiCe indi ted for the murder murer of his hi business businesspartner bul businesspartner s sparner
C C Hatcher In Buchanan
partner parner county countysix couty coutyIlx countysix
six weeks weks ago and now confined cnfe in I the thecounty thecuty thecounty
county cuty jail jai at Qrundy Grdy awaiting awaitig trial tril was wasmarried wa wasmarried
married mr in I his cell cl today to Miss Ml Heddle HeddleTibbetta Hetle HetleTibbte HeddieTibbetta
Tibbetta Tibbte the eighteenyearold elghtenyerold daughter of ofJoseph ofJoeph ofJoseph
Joseph Joeph Tibbetta Tbbtt one of the bentknown bentknownmen btknown btknownmen
men in I that county cuty and for several sevrl years yearsClerk yer yearsClerk
Clerk of the Buchanan Buchan county oouty courts courtsWith ours oursWith courtsWith
With the doubts doubt as a to the outcome outm of the thatrial thetri thetri1
trial tri blaring btarngherl staringher her in the te face la Miss MTbbt Tibbetts Tibbettsaccompanied Tibbettaaccompanied
accompanied ampio by a amlbter minister went to the theJail thejal thejail
Jail jal and ad wa wu married mr to Charles CharleaThe Crle CharlesThe
The bridegroom brld rm is i a zaefiberof I ffi ltbetof f a well wellknown wel wellknown
was known kow a wellknown family lamly and ad merchant at the time tme of ofthe the killing killingwas kiing
91000000 100 FOR A A PATENT PATENTOffer PTENTOrer P4TENTOffer
Offer Orer of That Tt Amount Said sid to Have lave Been BeenMade DernIade BeenMade
Made for a Bottle Dtte Stopper StopperINDIANIPOLIS 8topperINTAIfLli StopperINn1A5POL15
INDIANIPOLIS INTAIfLli May 7 1Te 7The The Rev James JamesStafford JamesStalor JamesStafford
Stafford Stalor pastor pator of the Cumberland Cmbrlld Pres Presbyterian PrEs PrEsbytrlal Presbyterian ¬
byterian bytrlal Church Cbuh at Hazleton Hazletn perfected prlectd a astopper 0 astopper
stopper stppr to make bottles bttes nonrefillablo nonrefillabloseveral nonrflable nonrflablesvfral nonrefillableseveral
several svfral months month ago and has since slno secured secureda sourd sourda
a patent on his hl Invention A patent pt nt medi medicine medlclo medichic ¬
cine clo firm frm recently rcnty offered orerd him 100000 100 for forhis lorhi forhis
his hi patent ptnt provided prvided It would do what hat he heclaimed heclaime lieclaimed
claimed claime for or it hut he refused rfud to accept apt tho thooffer thoorer theoffer
offer orer Yesterday Yestray James Jap8 Pepper Peppr the whis whiskey whl8key whIskey ¬
key distiller distler of Lexington L1ngtn Ky mode mae an anoffer anoler anoffer
offer oler of 1000000 100 for the device devlC and the theminister theminitr theniimiister
minister minitr now has ha it under uder consideration considerationWhile cnlderatcn cnlderatcnWhie consideraticnWhile
While Whie refusing rfuing to t enter ntr into It details dOUls re regarding ragalll regauding ¬
garding galll his h hiainvsntionMrStaffordaays invention Inwnton1r Mr Stafford Stor says ey that thatmany thatmlY thatmany
many mlY tests have hav been ben made mae and no bottle bottlein bttle bttleI
in I which the stopper stppr la I used uld can cn ever evr be berefilled b berefilled
refilled rfle His Hi object in I perfecting preotng his hi idea ideaho Idpaho ideaho I
ho says IY6 was wa to find Ind something IOnlltlg that would wouldprotect wouldprtet wouldprotect
protect prtet manufacturers mnuCaurr from frm unscrupulous unscrupulousImitators unerpulous unerpulousImlt4trs unscrupulousimitators
Imitators Imlt4trs who refill rfl bottles bottlesCRITICISE bttles bttlesCllTICISE bottlesCRITICISE
Union tnlon Veterans etprnl In Austin AUltI Tex Denounce DenounceHis DenounceHis
His 11 Attitude ttlude Toward Towar the te Negro NegroAUSTIN NelroAU8TIN NegroAUSTIN
AUSTIN Tex May 7 7At At the regular regularmeeting regularmoetlng regularmeeting
meeting of the local loal camp cmp of the union unionveterans unionvotera8 unionveterans
veterans votera8 of the civil civl war wa held here last lastnight lat latnight lastnight
night resolutions reslutions were were adopted severely severelycensuring selerelycensurng severelycensuring
censuring censurng the policy plcy of President Reese Roosevelt Rose Rosevelt Reesevelt ¬
velt for his hs ant anlagonlsto antagoniatio agonist lo attitude attl ude toward towardthe towlrd towlrdthe towardthe
the white Republicans Republcans of Texas Texa and the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South generally generaly Speeches Speches wero ere made madeat
at the meeting metng severely criticising Roose Roosevelt Rose Rosevolt Roosevolt ¬
volt for the part par he has taken in giving givingpatronage ghingpatronage givingpatronage
patronage In the South to negroes negros
Mrs n Goelets GoeIet Gift to the University Unlrl to Be BeInvelled Del BeUnveiled
Unveiled l n1le In Commencement Week WeekWork fek fekWork WeekWork
Work wan wal begun bgun at Columbia Clumbl University Universityyesterday Univeriy Univeriy1lteray Universityyesterday
yesterday 1lteray installing Instalng the large lrge bronze brnzo statue statueAlma sUtue sUtueAlm statusAlma
Alma Alm Mater liter on the granite grnite ledge lege in front frontof Crnt frontof
of the library lbrr building buiding The statue s1tue was waspresented ws wsprnte waspresented
presented prnte to the university univerity two years yeai ago agoby agoby agoby
by Mrs Mr Robert Goelet in memory of her herhusband herhUHbnd herhusbauid
husband hUHbnd It his been ben executed exeutt In bronze bronzeby bronz bronzeby
by Daniel C French Frnch at a cost of 1100 10000 10000It 10oooIt
It represents rprnta the university uiverity holding out the thebook thebook thebook
book of wisdom wifom while whle her children chidren cling clng
to the folds of her garments Iarent eager eger to grasp grsp
the book A number nubr of changes are ar to tob tobe
be b made mde In the stone work In front lrnt of the thelibrary tholbrr thelibrary
library lbrr so that the figure fgur may my stand stnd out to tothe tothe tothe
the best bat advantage odvnUge It is Intended intnde to tohave tDhae tohave
have the formal forl unveiling uvellg In commence commencement commenc commencement ¬
ment week weekLIVED wek wekLIED weekLIVE
Woman oman and Baby Db Subsist Snbit for Two To Weeks Wrel on onBread onDread onBread
Bread and Onions OnionsMrs OnlonlMrR OnionsMrs
Mrs Ellen Elen Boyle Byle was W found early elrly yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day morning moring sleeping with wt her threeyear threeyearold threyea
old son under a derrick derck on the public publo recrea recreation rre recreadon ¬
don ton pier at the foot of Seventh Sventh street strt Ho Hoboken 10 10boken Hobolcen
boken She told Poormaster Por8ur Barck Brck that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she had ha been bn living lvg on the pier with her
boy for more mor than ta two weeks wek Their Theirmeals Ther Thermeals Theirmeals
meals since sinc that time tme she said Id consisted consistedof cnsilt
of nothing nothnK but bread br and ad onions Both Bothate Bth Bthate Bothate
ate quarters quartersMrs quarer ravenously ravenouy when token ten to t police ple head headquarters headquarer headquarters ¬
Mrs 11 Boyle Byle said ld that tat her husband hURbad was wasout wa wasout
out of work and ad that he was living Ihlnl with withanother withaother withanother
another aother son lon In a cheap lodging house hous since sincethey sic sincethey
they te had ha been ben dispossessed dlspes from tenement tenementquarters tenementquarr tenementquarters
quarters quarr at 312 Clinton Clnton street Itrt a month ago agoLacktwajina agoLckawana agoLackawanna
Lacktwajina Lckawana Limited LmtP to te Buffalo Buffaloleavea Daralo DaralotcRIEa flutVaioleaves
leaves tcRIEa narclar fr Jay and ad Christopher Chralopber Streets 10 A U Udally Udaly Nditty
dally daly Ticket Tckrl47 429 J and ad IIM 11 Broadway Braway Air ArfrChange Ad AdCbnl AirChange
Change In Tim Uelwem U Mew e York 0 and point pointIlruant Polatvia PsintIlasant
Ilruant via rennsylranU Rtlrod RtlrodA Rairoad RairoadAn
A An new schedule will 1m IU be placed In rflrct between betweenNew bEl tetseenNew een eeneto
New York and Point o on the l New ew York and Lone Loneon Lou LouPrsneh
Prsneh eto Railroad r ila the tennayianha rr I I itsEros itsEroson f
on AH A Monday Mond a aw May It I Consult on511 new nel lime lme table tableAH labluAd ablrA
w L
Covejs COTn the te Mile lUle In I S8 12 a New Record RecordI Bor if ifOld t1i t1ifor
I for the Withers flthen Coarse and Defeat DefeatOld Dret 3
Old England Eltand In a Sensational Seutoal Finish FinishLax Fn 4 4Lux
Lax Lu Cast Cuta a nans a Fine Fne Race Re and andIs aD andIi
Is Third TirDroomteki ThirdUroonistioks Broomsticks Juvenile JuvenileStakes unoUeStakuIeaobrook 1 1StakesMeadowbrook
Stakes StakuIeaobrook StakesMeadowbrook Meadowbroott Steeplechase Steelebe SteelebeFaroertne a aFaroe 1 1FarceThIrtyfive
Faroe Faroertne FarceThIrtyfive nurtynve Thousand boulanl Persons PeraonAttend Pel PersonsAttend
Attend Atend tbe Opening of Morris Mor Park ParkTrue P PTo PaikTruo
True To to tho predictions predicion of sharpeyed sharpeyedturfmen sharseyedturfnion
turfmen turCmtn who had watched watche the prepara preparations prpa prpaton preparations y ¬
tions ton for the race rac William Wila 0 Whitneys Whitneysgame Whtnea Whtneagame ii iigame
game and speedy spy mare Gunfire Gunr the four fouryearold fouryerold fouryearold
yearold yerold daughter nau htor of Hastings I8tngsRyal HastingsRoyal Royal Gun Gunwas s swas
was 11 triumphant in in the rich rch Metropolitan MetropolitanHandicap Metropltu MetropltuHandicp MetropolitanHandicap
Handicap Handicp run over tho Withers mile mie nt ntMorris at L LMorris
Morris Morrl Park yesterday afternoon nCternon It I was wasa waRa
a spectacle spctaco long tp te t bo b remembered remombrd by bytho oytho 3t 3tthe
tho patrons ptroM of racing racng and a contest cntest which whichfully whch whchful whichfully
fully ful convinced clinced tho great crowd of 35000 35000percons 35000persons O <
persons prpol thnt tho integrity Intlgrt of tho sport spr of ofkings Dfklngl ofkings
kings klngl is beyond boll reproach reproachFifteen roproachFUlpen 1 1Fifteen
Fifteen thoroughbreds trained tmlnd to the theminute thominute theminute
minute ran in the Metropolitan Metropltn and Gun Gunfire Gunfire ¬
fire lre with wih Burns up carrying caryllg 100 10 pounds poundswho pund pundwho poundswho
who woe wal the favorite favorie in the betting bttng flashed flashedpast nhI1 nhI1pat flashedpast
past pat tho judges jUrjll a length enjth and a half before beforeffreeu bfore bforeOrcen beforeirceui
ffreeu B Morriss fouryearold gelding geldingOld glldlnj I IOld
Old England by II Goldfinch GoldfnchQueen GoldfinchQueen Queen Beep Beepthe nR nRthe Bessthe
the latter later being blng two lengths before bfor H T TOxnards 1Oxnards 1 1Oxnards
Oxnards fouryearold mare Inre Lux Costa Costaby Cta Ctab Costaby
by b Donovan 10nolal lomiovanLucasta Lucaota Gunfire Gunfr covered coveredthe cver
the tll mile mlo In the th wonderfully wonderfuly fast fl time tme of ofl3SVj of13S
l3SVj 1 13S 3qt which surpassed furpltd the tlo track record recordmade nr recordmade
made by b the famous Vatcrcolor last
famoul Waterclor May Mayby My Myby ill illby
by a full fulltond fulltondArtculatl second secondArticulate secondArticulate
Articulate Artculatl the tht Western Wster handicap handicp horse horsewas hol I Iwas
was al fourth a length ngth and a half away while whileYellow whie whieYllow whileYellow
Yellow Tall the wellbacked second choice choicebrought
Yllow Tal wel baked send cholC 1 1brought
brought up in fifth ffth place and brqko down In Infront InIront Infront
front The smashing Hlnshlng pace pco killed kiled off ol the theothers theothers theothers
others and they tlY came home In I straggling stragglingstylo Itraggll l4
style beajon bea beaento on to a standstill standstillNo tandltl
No 01010 more popular victory could have been beenrecorded Lon Lonrecordld beenrecorded
recorded recordld for the racing rcing public publo was wa mind mindful mindful mindfui ¬
ful of the fact that tho run of ill i luck luckwhich luokwhich f fwhich
which beset beBt Mr Whitneys Whitneys colors color last lastseason i iseason
season seaon had changed beginning with the thevictory tbeIctor Wf Wfvictory
victory Ictor of his colt Blackstock Blackstok in the Excelj EOIIlor Excel s ssior
slor Ilor Handicap Handicp at Jamaica JaiJc The success SUCe of o I IGunfire j
Gunfu Gunfire Increased increasd the general belief blel that thatthis thI thatthis
this is the year when the wellknown welknown colors colol colorslight 1 1light
light lght blue brown cap will wi bo carried carrie to the thufront thefrnt thefront
front In of the richest stakes It
frnt many mny rchest 6takls was waaa wa
a superb ride by Burns Burr coupled with daz dazzling duzllg daxzling ¬
zling zllg speed 8pe and a stoutness tutnes of heart hea on the thopart tbep thepart
part p of Gunfire Gunfre that landed lded the prize pr prizeBurns i iBurns
Burns Dur8 had her well in I hand had always alway within withinstriking wthin wthinstrkig withinstriking
striking strkig distance distanc of the lead but when the thefinal thl thefinal
final nna run rn home In I the stretch strth took tk place placewith plac placewith
with Old England as a the contender cntnder there therewas tere tereae therewas
was ae just a moment when it looked loko as if ifGunfire ItGufr ifGunfire
Gunfire Gufr would be b beaten baten But Burns Bu shook shookher sok shookher
her up a bit and then sat st down dow to t ride rde her herout herout herout
out to the finish fnh with wth his h hands had and in a athrilling atrlng athrilling
thrilling trlng duel In which Gunfire Gufr and ad Old OldEngland OldEglnd OldEngland
England Eglnd ran ra neck and ad neck to t within wt 100 100yards 10 100yards
yards ya of the wire wir Mr ll Whitney Wite mare mareoutgamed m snareoutgamed
outgamed out gam the plucky eon en of Goldfinch Ooloh and anddrew ad addrw j jdrew
drew drw away amid ad an uproarious UpraOU demonatray demonatraytlon dmnl dmnltOD demonztr demonztrtion
tlon tOD from fm the multitude multitudeAfteV multtde multtdeAtr I IAfter
After the race every turfman who bad badlooked b 1 1looked
Atr r ewr tr
looked loke at the contest cntst from Crm on a unpreju unprejudiced uprJu uprJudlccd unprejudiced ¬
diced point of view conceded the foot that
Gunfire was the best bst horse hor In I the te race raceBut rc raceBut
But there ther were wr many mny who were wre emphatic emphaticIn emphato emphatoIn
In the statement that had Mr Oxnaids OxnaidsLux O OLux OxnasdsLux
Lux Casts Csta gotten gottn away from the te post pt with withequal wt withequal
equal equa celerity clerty to the tle pacemakers pcmker she s might mighthave mpt mpthave mIghthave
have forced Corcd Gunfire Gunfr to a harder teat t of her herfleetness br brnetnss berfleetness
fleetness netnss of foot and ad stamina tmna than tha was waathe wasthe
the case caseAs Cls I
As A it I t was wa Gannon had h to take takeLuxCsats Lux LU Casta Castaaround Ct P Paround
around arud the outside outldo of the big field feld and a it itwas I Itwas
was wa not until unti the beginning bgnning of the te far la turn turnwas tm tmwa I Iwas
reached that the Donovan cjred cjreda
was wa rached Donova mar mr aacyred aacyreda M
a position psiton from which she sle could cul bid for forvictory lorvctor forvictory
victory vctor Then she responded rspnded gamely gaoly to tothe tothe tothe
the calls ols from Crm her rider rdr and ad coming crg down downthe dow 4 4the
the stretch strth with wih whirlwind whirlwnd speed aha se was waagaining w wgaing wasgaining
gaing gaining upon upn Old England with wth sp every evr stride atridawhen s stridewhen
when the wire wr was wa reached rohe Owing Owl to t tha thasize te th i iaize
size s7 of the field feld there ther was wa some Bme crowding crowdingin crwr crwrI 1 1In
in I which Yellow Yelow Tall Tal was Wi abut aut in I but the thsbig te tebig ji jibig
California In trouble be before
big Cltorla sprinter sprtr was wa tublo b ¬ I Ifore
for fore half hif the distance dtc had ha been bn covered coveredArticulate cvr coveredArticulate
Articulate Arolat ran r almost a08t as good g a race rc as I Lux LuxCosta x xCt I ICasts
Costa Ct for forhodldnotgetachanceto ho did not get a chance cac to t how showlila howhis howhis
his real r speed until unt Lawson Lwon had h got go him himclear hm hmolear I Iclear
clear of sp the field fold But outside outde of the t four fourleaders tourleaer fourleaders
leaders leaer at the finish fnish few excuses exC oan o be bemade b bemade
made mde for those thos who finished the behind bhd them themOf tem temOf themOf
Of tho original orginal twentythree twent1trs starters atarteraeight ar arright starterseight
eight were scratched scrtchodFrc8 scratchodFranoesoo Franoesoo Blare BlareMiss Sin SinMlsDroth SlaveMiasDarothy
Miss MlsDroth MiasDarothy Dorothy Royal Ryal RoyaiSurnmonsBssLeDuo RoyaiSurnmonsBssLeDuoLuke Summons Summon Bar B L LDc Duo DuoLuke
Luke Ward Hunter Huntr Ralne Rne and ad Mr M Whit Whitneys Wt Wtney Whitneys ¬
neys ney Laonora Lnra Loring Lrng When the latter latterwas lattr lattrwihdrawn latterwas
was withdrawn wihdrawn the publics publos confidence confidenceIn oondsn0
In Gunfires Gunfrel ability nblit to win was wa increased increasedand Incr v vand
and when tho betting btting opened opne in the big ring ringGunfire rg rgGunnr ringGunfire
Gunfire Gunnr was tho choice choic of the fifteen fton starters starterstho etr startersthe
the opening opGnng quotation quottion being 8 to t 5 Yellow YellowTall Yelow YelowTai YellowTail
Tall Tai was wa second scnd choice choic at fives lves with wth Master Masterman 1tr I Iman
man mn third thir in favor at sevens 8Vtn Lux LU Casta Castaat Ct
at eights Old England and Igniter at
tens and others ranging up as far aa
50 6 to 1 1 As Af AsIa is the to custom oUltom on big days day the theheavy theheavy theheavy
heavy plungers pJunger did dd not bet on the te Metro1 Metro1politan Metrl Meted Metedpolltan
politan poltan but the te holiday holday crowd crwd followed followedwriters folow 4
Gunfr Gunfire wit with a loyaty loyalty that kept the at sheet I IIltr Iwriters
writers Iltr busy from from tho moment the te first firstohalk drt drtohak firstchalk
chalk ohak marks appeared apperd until unt the horse1 horse1reached borS horseareached
reached rahed the hands hads of the starter str Still StillGunfire Stl StiliOunlires
Gunfire Gunre price prc receded roceod to t 2 to t 1 for tho thoreason thoran i ireason
reason ran that there ther was a heavy heV play ply on onYellow onYolow ottYollow
Yellow Yolow Tall Tal who was wa reduced reducd to t fours foursand four foursand
and also aso generous support 8UPPOr for Lux Lux Casta CastaMasterman Csta CstaMaterm CastaMasterman
Masterman Materm Old England Eglad and ad Igniter Igntr who whoremained whormane whoremained
remained rmane practically protlcly steady stady in the te epeoula epeoulatlon spoulation pua puatlon
tlon But tho others
went begging bggig at all allsorts al allsorts
sorts Irs of prices and probably oil al of them themwero thm thmwer thetawere
were wer played at that thatIt that thatit
It was a few minutes after ater 4 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhen oclockwhoa
when the bugle bugle sounded lunded the notes nots that tht In Introduced I introduced ¬
troduced troducd tho thoroughbreds thrJroughbrds to the gaze gazeof gaV gazeof
of the vast vat assemblage aMembllgo Promptly Prmpty they theycamo thercme J Jcame
came cme through the paddock gate with wih L LBells LDls LBells
Bells Dls Col Cl Bill Di the top weight showing shoWg the theway thoway theway
way way then followed Colowed Old Od England Engld with withWillie wih wihWiIe withWiIle
Willie WiIe Shaw wearing wtlrng the th colors clur of Green GreenB Grn GrnB
B Morris Morri and Id after aCer him hm walked Herbert HerbertMas HerLrt HerLrtMMtran HerbertMaatcrrnan
MMtran Maatcrrnan Mas term an Articulate Ariculte and ad Gunfire Gunr The Thustepped Thl Themoment
tfr fr
moment Whlneys Whitnoys bautCul beautiful mare mareIttp marsstepped
stepped Ittp d daintily danty upon tho wellkept track trackthere trak trakthore trackthere
there was 8 a shout upn of welcome welome from those thorawho thl thosewho
who recognized rcgnlzd tho millionaire mllona turfmans turfmanspopular tUm1 tUm1ppular turfmanspopular
popular ppular colors clors and ad this shout as if i by byspontaneous byRpltalous S Sspontaimeous
spontaneous combustion cmbuton spread sprad into lt a aroar aroar aroar
roar Rpltalous of welcome welcme that swept from clubhouse clubhouseto clubhous clubhouseto
to free fre field feld and showed conclusively cncluively that thathandnome tht thtthe thatthe
the sntment sentiment oC the puhlo public wa was wth with the thehandsmo thehandsome
handsome handsmo daughter daujhtr of that thlt celebrated celebratedstallion clebrtd clebrtdetailon celebratedstallion
stallion etailon Hastings Hltngsh whose wh get have been beenso
so successful on the turf In recent years yearsWhen yearsWhen
When the applause had died away the theLux thecrowd
crowd looked furtively at Igniter Syrlin SyrlinRoyal
Royal New York Waawift Zoroaster anc ancLux
Lux Casts They were greeted in silence sllencbut silencehut
but there was a ripple of nnnlaura for big
Yellow Tall whose splendid race in th thMontague the theMontaguo
Montague stakes last Monday had not been beenforgotten beenforgotten
forgotten Dr Baylor carrying the light lightest lighteat ¬
est Impost of all brought up the rear and andthe andthe
the big field when wheeled led nlow for the post postOverhead potOverhead
Overhead gathering clouds were Minding Mindingdown sendingdown
down a light shower of rain but nobody nobodysought nobodysought
sought shelter so engrossed was the crowd crowdin crowiin
in the movements of the litirws litirwsOimfirp iicresmnflre
Oimfirp with commanding stride shock

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