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I NEGRO KILLS kiiiiiijAiii kiiiiiijAiiiI GODDARD u AGENT AGENTt
I t SHOOTS SVPT MACFARLAXE lI4cwtnrJA f1 OF OFAXTllOUCV OFf IF4xTIIoL1cEsoc1ETL
f AXTllOUCV A 4xTIIoL1cEsoc1ETL 4xTIIoL1cEsoc1ETLDeteothe TIlOUC l SOCIETY SOCIETYDetective som ETl ETlI ETlOeteothc
I
Detective Hray Shot In Arm ArmTlII They Were Werelo Icrop
p 1 lo Have Trained AtnlnM A RlnU Spencer SpencerNcsro Slllnleri
I i Ncsro In Policy Polio Cu CUIICllusrII e Caused Ianlo IanloIn
t f In the Criminal Court Iliillilltm IliillilltmTho 111111 JIiiIItIliITho < < 11111 11111Tho
Tho superintendent of If the floddard floddardattlpollcy Ooddnlllantlpollcy
3 attlpollcy society Charles S Macfarlanu Macfarlanuwas IacfRr1anewall
was shot down yesterday esterda morning III tho tlioCriminal thoCriminal thoCrm1na1
Criminal Cdurts Building by Vllllam Hpeii Hpeiicor SpeiiA pell pelli
A i cor an a negro ngnitmt go whom ho wn was about nhoutlo a aVI
ho howould h hwould Ituj
ii to give testimony mill who said that
VI electric clriir clriirfor chllrII
j would as soon go to Iho
4 for something li had done RH to go to jail jailfor jl1lfor Jatiiit
It I
4 iit II p for something ho hiulnt rlono dotieI Tlio Tlionegro 1honEgiO
negro also wounded Philip K I Bray a de detective dctecthe ¬
4 e I tective of tIm society BocIet who was viIi Mac Macfarlone MAlefarlane IlncfarlllIle
farlone farloneSpencer farlanec
Spencer S penceI served more than two years yearsIn yearsJ cars carsM
J I f f In jail eighteen years el1rs ago for burglary burglaryHe
M > He has been arrested repeatedly for operat operating operntl ¬
i f ing the policy gam It was in a place placemanaged pll1lomllIlaged placomanaged
l t I managed by S ft encer that a 1 shot win wa fired firedpresumably firC firCpresumably flrdpreaumably
presumably at Frank rnnk Moss counsel for forthe fOlthe forthe
the society during a raid on June 8 last lastSpencer 1lF1i
A Spencer pencer was not caught In that raid and andthe an anIt andt andtho
It i the detectives detl tlves who wero thoro always In Intimated Intlmated fl flfr ¬
fr f timated that ho fired the shot from outsldo outsldoODO
ODe of the back windows windowsSpencer windowsSpeneer windowsSpencer
Spencer has always had tho reputation reputationof
i of being quiet and tolfcontrollfd elfcont rollld although althoughHullon I It
4 t milton Ho was arrested by b Supl Mae Maefarlano MacI
I 1 farlano on May 11 this year ear charged with withrunning withrunning
running an Independent policy game 11Ine among amongthe nmongthe amongthe
the negro tenements on the Went est Side SideWhen SdeWhen
1 When Al Adams went to State prison prlsonthe lrl on onI
1 his hismanagement hillmanagement htsp htsmanagomont
the big game which had been under
1 I
management broke Into small lode Independent IndI ¬
p peudont enterprises conducted by hid hidformer hi hisformer
4 I 1 I former employees emp I oyeea on their t I Ie I I own respon responsibility reFponI ¬
r sibility None of then men made as much muchmoney milchh muchmonoy
4 I bo paid under the tlioAdams tlloi theAdams
h I monoy as thoy used to I II
i Adams system and they have done some someugly sOllOI
8 i ugly talking about what they would do doto doi o oto
1 I I to the officers and men of the antipolicy antipolicysociety antlpoltcyI
A i society if they over had hn1tho the chance Span Spencer Hplmj Spanoar ¬
I t j oar did rather mora than his share of tills tillsthreatening thl
1 threatening HU trial was eel et for yester yesterday yesteri estlr estlrfj ¬
1
fj i j 4 day morning morningSupt morningsA
sA i I Supt Macfarlane with Detective Bray IlrayKtepped Braytepped Brayidepped
Ktepped out of ono of the elevators on tlm tlmcan th thr ha haealt
r cl can side of the building and there t mot motGeorge matt
t i George Simpson n lawyer Tho thrco thrcowalked threl1It
r It 1 walked toward Part IV I Y of tho Court of ofGeneral ofV ofGeneral
ft t General Sessions where Spencers ca cao o owas oJ
J 7 j V was to ho tried Spencer stepped out of a agroup aI at I
t group of four negroes who were lounging loungingagainst 10un loungingagainst lng lngt
t against tho rail of tho gallery opposite oppohitothe
I 1 the elevator and approached Macfarlano MacfarlanoI
paid paidMacfarlano FnilMacfarlane II I
I see you sin hero Spencer <
Macfarlano smiling Spencer had been beenout blenout beeni
i 1 out on bail bailYes ballYfI bailYes
Yes growled rowed Spencer and I sea e you ou
t am TO here hereHa hereHe hereITo
Ha swung on his heel and walked three threeor thrlori
ri i or four paces ahead of Macfarlanc 11 Bray Brayand Brnrf
tj f and Simpson Slmp on Ho is I a big fellow with withn
J < a round chocolatobrown face nnd rather ratherdeancut rathorW ratherI
I W deancut featurec Before ho had passed passedtho palltIf passedthe
f the top of the btalrway titala which adjoins tlm tlmelevator tlmf lieelevator
f elevator shaft he swung around slipped slippeda siippdIt
It a revolver from hU pocket pointed it nt ntMacfarlanes ntI
l Macfarlanes I cfarlane8 hend and fired Tho imizzln imizzlnof mllzzlof
4 If of the revolver was 1S within two foot of ofMacfarlano ofI
1 Macfarlano MacfarlanoMacfarlane Macfarlaxrni facfarlanflMacfarlanE
t
i Macfarlane and Simpson swayed and andMl anrlflll andI
I Ml to the floor together As they the wore worefalling scaretl flre flrei
tl fr i falling the negro fired two moro shots shotsThe bhIOtsh hot hot1Je
If h 1 The 1Je lawyer as allloOOn soon as he struck tho floor floorscrambled floorscrambled floori
i I i scrambled to his feet andr andran an Into the crowd croudof
t of people who ho were scuttling for their lives livesnil hiasR
R I t nil over tho corridor The halls of the build buildIng building buildJ
J Ing aro always full on Monday morning morningBrny momlnRBra mnornIngv
v Bray Bra stumbled backward against a 1 post postTho POtK
I t K Tho negro walked up to Marfarlane who wholay whoJay wholay
lay on his hack took deliberate aim aimjind alulnd aiimind
mind fired again the shot entering Mactar Mactarlanes lIIaclnrIlInelI MactarrEAS
rEAS lanes breast and presumably piercing piercinghis
his heart heartBy beartBy heartt
t i l By this time all the second floor of tho thobuilding
ki 0 building was In a riot Men Ien and women womenwere womenwero
2 were running without any arl definite Idea of ofwhere ofhere ofltO
ltO where wbeietheyworogoing here they thoywero were going Folks Folkoome came boiling boilingout hOUlr1Kout boilingout
out of the court rooms and camo into yin violent vlolent yint4 ¬
t4 lent collision with others who wore IO trying tryingetin tryillgto
Ts to get etin etinpencer In InSpencer inpencer
Spencer pencer made a bolt for the th Mains tlllrl still stillgripping stillgripping UIl UIlprlpplng
gripping tho revolver A court C llrt officer made madea
a 1 grab at him and caught him by the arm armThe 111111Tbe armTbe
Tbe negro wrenched his arm away tearing tearingnearly tpBrinKnearly
4 nearly all l the finger nails from tho officer officerhand omlcr4hand oflicersJ1
J1 hand In the effort Roundsman Kulluhor Kulluhorwho Kuilehiciwho
Ii who came bounding up stairs at tho sound soundof Muntof soundr
r of the first shot hot mado a dive at Spencer Spencerand Hpenctrand
1 and grabbed him about tho body hod pinion pinioning pinionInll ¬
1 ing his arms to his side I e Vhlle bile tho negro negrowas lIenrowas negrowas
was struggling fltrug l1ng to get loose loo f dropping hU hUrevolver hl hirevolver
I revolver in the ecrimmago Ecrimma e Detective DetectiveRobert DettutlvoJ
L J Robert McNaught MO RlIght came up and helped helpedKelleher helpelltelleber helpedl
l Kelleher hustlo his prisoner up against tho thowall thowall the14r
14r wall wallI
I a i wallThe The he followed a wild struggle by evnry evnryuniformed fOn fOnuniformed
fr uniformed and unuhiformeu policoniah policoniahand pohicaniananctdetectiveinthebuildingtogethisiiaxids
and anctdetectiveinthebuildingtogethisiiaxids detective in the building buildln to got his hands handson
AP on the murderer At leant fifteen an announced nnnounced anIIOUXICOd ¬
nounced afterward that they had cap captured captured ¬
4S 1 fil tured the murderer murdererThe murdererThe
1 4 The whole lot of them took the negro negrodown nlgroi nlgroclown
I i down to till > prison cells C < 1ll In the th basement basementof
p of f tho building followed by a 1 curious and andshoving andhoying andt
t shoving loudtalking crowd crowdIt
4 It was found that Bray Brav had been shot shotthrough Rhotthrough
f I through the arm Mncfarlnnu was dead deadThe deadThe deadt
t 1 The wound In his head was enough to have havekilled have1lIIed havekilled
killed him without tho other It had hn torn tornoff tornolf ternA
A 1 f off nearly half of the upper part of hi hitkull hikull liI
I skull The body lay In a 1 pool of blood bloodon
1 lL4 on the floor for thirtylive minutes until untiln
t I n I Coroner could ho found to survey It Thu ThuCoroners fhl fhlCoronerfI
4 12 Coroners office is on the ground floor of ofMio oft If IfJIO
t Mio 1o building buildinllDetectlvo
Detective Bray was taken down to the thecells thoCf11R thecells
cells to identify Spfliicer and was 111 then sent sentto fCntto sentVA
VA to the Hudson street hospital ho pltal When When8p WillmRpnoor hien hienI
I 8p Rpnoor ncersaw saw Bray rlv he said saidDid saidDld lei leiDid
Did I shoot that man I didnt go to toshoot tohoot totu
tu shoot him I didnt know I had hit him himIt hilliIt hiiiJ
J I It was wn the other one I was after afterAsked IIfterto
r Asked to ed why he shot Macfarlane ho said saidHes RnldHes soldA
A Hes been hounding me for seven weeks weeksand weekAnnd weeksnnd
nnd ho didnt have me right and Id as assoon IlIII assoon
soon I < go to the electrio chair for doing a athing athing
12 thing right as to go to prison for some something 601l11Jthfnlt seinejf ¬
jf thing I didnt do doThe doThe doiA
iA The murderer was taken to Police Head Headquarters HClldquarters headr ¬
r quarters and then brought brou ht back to tho thoCriminal thoCriminal thoSd
Sd I Criminal Courts ourts Building where ho was wasailed wasr < i icalled
r called upon to plead to an Indlotmnt found foundby foundby foundi
i by the Grand Jury within one hour and nndthirteen andthirteen andthirteen
thirteen minutes mlnut from the tlmo of the themurder themurder theAl
Al murder Recorder HC < oorder Goff assigned 1lI I nrd oxTudpo oxTudpoWauhopo oxTudgoI o oWauhopl
I Wauhopo Lynn as II his counsel coun coune CI and put the thecase t 10 10C4se
f I case ocr until toclay The District IlItrlct At Attorney AIlorney Atti4 ¬
ti4 torney today announced that ho would wouldmow wouMmof wouldJi1h
Ji1h I mow that tho trial bo sot for w tiatt > t Monday MondayDeputy 10ruhl 10ruhlDeputy
iq Deputy Assistant District Attorney Frank FrankA
l A Lord lx > rd will have charge of th the > case cnsoPoliceman CllflOPullceman
1 q t Policeman Molvor who was < also all to be a aSpencer awltn0 aJ
J 1 wltn0 witness 8 against Spencer In the policy ca ease easeiJ l lt
iJ t poke < to Spencer lust before the shooting shootingI
I Spencer Spen ineer > r wild to him sneeringly RIIClrlnllThey sneeringlyiIi
iIi They aint ogoln to send mo a any way
today You mark mo moSpencer moSf mei
i Spencer Sf > nler mado a statement at Head Headquarters HradI ¬
t jJ I quarters that Macfarlane made ma o H motion motioniia toot lOll bitt
t iia though to shoot him and that ho had hadacted hnllIICted liedacted
acted In selfdefence Vhon holl Macfarlanos Macfarlanosbodv IlacfarlallclIhodv
Prtj t body wan nicked up thorn was II is an um umbrella 11111hrella tiiibraila ¬
brella tightly cliitchod in tho right rlKhtllltnll rlKhtllltnllSpencer hand handSpencer
Spencer sometimes used U5l tho name WllHrni WllHrniRogers 111111mnogErs ilhinm ilhinmI
I 1 Rogers It was under that name that ho howas IIl1WM hail
l was to be tried He astonished ntonl hd everybody everybodywho evenborllwho
who Raw him by the coolness ho showed showeiinfu showedk howeiarwr
k nfu after r the shooting Ho h1 acted actl < ns though thoughthere thouht
A4 p there t were no nl penalty hanging over ov him himfc himtr08t6r him himreater
tr08t6r reater than the customary 20 O fine for forwrlting forj
j fc writing policy polleThere
There WM some effort outdo to toshiowthiat toshiowthiatt show hm that thatthere thatthore
t there was a general I nprat conspiracy of policy policyplayer policyplayetll policyplayers
player to kill Maefarlone lllrrarlan and that lIint t the other othernegroes othrneproe othernegroes
negroes came to the building to aid Spencer
Ho did enter tho building b1 ldlng with three negro negronoqualntances lIeroro1I000ualntanleR negroaoquaintaness
noqualntances but tlieroIs then is no proof that thatthey thatthoy thatthey
they knew what hat ho hI meant to do Never Nevertheless XOlrtheleM Neverthelesa ¬
theless tho police would Uko to find them them1Jv
They were not seen after the chortlng
Macfarlane pucceeded Edward Rcardon Rcardonas
S as superintendent of the AntiPolicy so society n nciety ¬
ciety In 1901 He had boon a McCiillagh tcclil1n h hIIfpnt
diputy IIfpnt anti a member IIllml lIlLXll Item > I of tho I lie Commit Commlllll Commlllllof ten tenof teeof
of IJs raiders before that Ho had hadmado hadtnado hiattiiado
mado about 1M 15 arrest of policy player
lie loaves a widow and child childiq
iq
s
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IFTO WHO SHALL SIALLJiETBEIBj8BOPP SIALLJiETBEIBj8BOPPClernmen ttE flETHZIR TUBIXBISHOPf TUBIXBISHOPfClergymen flISHOP flISHOPClergymen
I
Clergymen of the Newark Dleeege Meet Meetnd ltlenand Meetand
and nd DUcntt Candidate CandidateOBANOE CandJdatNORANGE CandldtORaNGE
ORANGE N J June Jun 15So far a u testing testingthu testingthu teetlagthu
thu sentiment of tho clergy waa wa concerned concernedthe ooncerldithe
the conference held this afternoon In Christ ChristChurch CbriatChurch ChristChurch
Church East Orange o ran go to duiouw tho can candidacy candidacy catdldacy ¬
didacy of tho various clergymen who havo havobeen hl1lObeen ha haieen
been considered for Bishop of oftho tho Protest Protestant Protestlint Protesttint ¬
ant Episcopal diocese dloclseof of Newark was barren barrenof
of result No ballot was taken during the thetwo thehoUls theI
two I no hours tilt clergymen wero ero In session sessionbut Rosslonbut sessionhut
but there wns an indication that many manywill manywill manywill
will support tho Rev Dr Alexander Mann Mannrector Mannrector Mannrector
rector of Grace Church Orange OrangeTho Orango1io OratigoThin
Thin conference was called c illed by the Rev RevDr HevDr 11evDr
Dr William Welles elIes Holley of llaokonsaok llaokonsaokI JIaoken88ckt JIaoken88cktprellident hiaokonsaokpresident
president of If the SUllldlng Committee ann annt 5d 5dlie
I tho t hu Rev William illiant Wilting Davis rector of orfhrtwt ofChrlHt ofChrist
Christ Church About A bout thirty thlrt men re responded 11 11pondt metpotided ¬
sponded No No o laymen Illvml 1I wero present presentTho hrOSOntThe lrOsent lrOsentThe
The qualifications of nil tho men who whohave whohave whohave
have IMOII II < on suggested uggelltC for tho Episcopate Episcoivatewero
wero discussed > d but the most mOij of the talking talkingfrasdovoled tAlking1l11edovolr talkingatltAvOtel
frasdovoled 1 to Dr Mann tho Itov H I Dr Edwin EdwinSlovens EdwinSloVllIS EdwinStevenS
StevenS Lines of Now Haven tho Rev RevCharles HovChnrlcs Revitarles
Charles C Edmunds of Grace Church ChurchNewark Churchl1wllrl Churchyawierk
Newark l1wllrl tho Rev Georgo Stephen Bonn Bennitt Bennittor tt ttof
of Grace Church Jersey City C h and the theRev theHe theRev
Rev He Dr Floyd W V Tonipklnsof Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTho
Tho Informal ballot tomorrow It was wasfreely waefrcdy wasfreely
freely predicted after tho conference to today todllY todii ¬
day dii would show that Dr Mann had a amajority 1 1Innjorlty amajority
majority of the lay vote and probably a ac ac aC
c C mnmmling lead in the clerical vote votewith votewith I Iwith
with Dr Lilies next and a largo scattering scatteringvote
vote voteCHEATED voteCIIE1 vot a aIILl
CHEATED CIIE1 IILl TEl IOOIl lOOllJrORKIG WOltKlXG IFOUiV IFOUiVMan IfOU hroILAtlan 1 1Ian
Man Swindler Arrested lit Newark ewllrknall letvanIc1IadOPerated ewllrknallullernhcI Hart HartOperated
Operated Under 11111 Several Names NamesSidney lImtS lImtSSidney antCaSidmicy
Sidney Howard 34 3 years oldof old of 251 West West110th Wtst116lh West116th
110th street New ow York 1 is the entry for a aman a amall aman
man who is held nt police headquarters headquartersNewark headquartersSo headquartersNewark
Newark So ark on suspicion o having swindled swindledworking 8windledworkillg swindledworking
working women by fraudulent advertising advertisingIn
In his h pocket was wn > a registration card of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Lukes Hospital bearing tho namo of ofEdward ofEdwllrd ofEdward
Edward Gohlleld 31 years ears old of 301 West WestIt4th West114th West114th
114th street Ho was arrested yesterday yesterdaymorning yostordaymornln yesterdaynlorning
morning while opening 011111111 the mall addressed addressedto
to thu Newark Manufacture 11 anufllctu g Company CompanyTlio
Tlio police had been asked by a woman womanin
in Troy to look up ill the company which whichadvertlsod whichadvertised I Iadvertised
advertised profitable work at home for forwomen forwOlllen forwoolen
women She had written for Information to tothe tothe totile
the company and ane received a lettorofferlng to toher toher2 tohair
her her2 72 cents a dozen for sewing belts and skirt skirtsupporters skirttupporteltl skirtsupporters
supporters provided she sent 95 cents for fornecuritv forIcurltv forsecurity
security upon the1 th goods > The detectives detectivesIcnrnod detectivesearnod detectivesleormiod
Icnrnod that Howard or Goldflold camo camotwice camotwiN cattietwice
twice a weok to get his hil mall and entering enteringhis ntorlllghi
his hi ofllci found no furniture and no signs signsof Sigll8of
of if busimsK bu ln except some circulars dr ulllltl and a aquantity aqllnlltil a1iaIltily
quantity of letter heads showing that bust business husllIe ¬
ness lIe 5 had been clone dln In other cities under undertio ullderio underto
tio io namo of tho New York Cotton Belt BeltCompany BeltOmitailY
Company 0 OmitailY rn JII1 the t ha National Nat ional Manufacturing ManufacturingConipiny ManufacturingCompmr damtifacturingOnIpiny
Conipiny OnIpiny and tho Anchor Manufai Manu fa t ring ringCompany ringompan ringConllanv
Company CompanyTlio ompan ompanTho
Tlio prisoner prt oner will hp held until something somethingis
is learned about theO thr 1 concerns concernsarrested When Whenarrested Whfllnrrrlttd
arrested he had just ju t received 05 9 cents each eachfrom eachfrom eachfrom
from twenty tWlnt pei person > on and iiti fifty inquiries inquirieswithout Inqulrlellwithout inquirieswithout
without money moneyn n
rrilST TO KSTER YALE YALEHa JLEhas
Ha has a IarMi In New ew 131ln1I1I Iaven Will Graduate GraduateWith Graduate1lth Grstiuatefull
With 1004 100 Next lXt June JuneNEW JUnCNgw Iun IunFW
NEW FW HnVEv Conn Juno 15 15Tho Thr Her HerFrancis He Hefrnds Bcnrraiicis
Francis frnds D McShano 1lShI one qne II of o tho Dominican Dominicanfathers Dominicanfnthr 1omintcanfathers
fathers connected connetp1 wlfh St Marys Mlrs Church Churchin
in this pity has just completed arrange arrangoiiientN arrn arrnments arrangeiticilts
iiientN with the I lie officials oJcal of Yale University Universityby lnhIrlty lnhIrltyII
by II which he Is L to become helome a 1 member of the thesenior theI thesenior
senior I nior academic class eM for 04 0 He will willbegin 11 will10gm
begin his studios tdif1 with tho seniors Renors next nextfall nextfal nextfall
fall for the degree of bachelor of art artThU arts artsThi artsIiiL
fal ThU Thi IiiL id I the first fil case ca of n 1 Catholic Ctholc priest priestwith priet prietwih priestwith
Yale Yalefor YRlefor Yalefor
with a parish appointment appiJment entering
for wih a I degree > o or for study of of4ny any An enterIr kind kIr The TheRev IheItet he heHe
Rev He Father McSluino wa was M born bor in New NewYork ew ewYork ewYnik
York city cJy and is i a graduate grdunte of tho public publicschools publo publoFchool publicshiools
schools there He studied for tho priest priesthood prlethood priesthooii ¬
hood In II tho Dominican DOIIIIlan seminary I mil ar In Ohio Ohioand Ohioand Ohioand
and later went to Belgium Blgium to study A Amonth Amonth Amonth
month ago ho obtained permission jrrneion from fromIlls fromhi fromhis
Ills hi superiors in the Dominican Dominica order to toco togo
co go 10 to 1jerlors Vale and the Vale faculty boa hl ha just jUltinforrtl Justinformed
inforrtl informed him that he can enter with the theOt
01 seniors Ilniof next September Sptember The priest priestwill priestwi priestwilt
will wi take tnk part in the classroom rlt sroom work just justthe ju Justlie t tthe
the lie same as any of the seniors seniorsYALE Ronlori Ronlorirt seniorsrtij
YALE rt FRESH nlSIllV iIwsInlEV M EX ARRESTED ARRESTEDArcnceil ARRESTEDArenspit RRriTEDeen
Arcnceil een rrl of Beating IEltnK a New XI rw Haven larln Phytlclin Phytlclintit Mrllelan Mrllelanlt Phstc1anMt
tit lt Another Anothlr Ilislelan lI811Iall Door DoorNKW UoorFV DoorNEW
NEW FV HAVFK JAFN Conn Juno 15 15Roland Roland F FMygatt FIgatt FMygatt
Mygatt of Now cw Milford Ilford Conn and David DavidPosncr DayidPosner DavidPosnor
Posncr members memben of tho freshman freshmln class caM of oftho ofthp ofthe
the Yale Scientific Hlentlflc School Hhool were before hefor the thopolice tbopIe theTnhice
police pIe court curt in this thli city cty today on tho thocharge theehiamge
charge chat 1 of an assault al ault on Dr Francis Jrancs H HReilly HHeily HJoiliy
Reilly Heily at It 1 oclock last lat Friday morning morningAccording mornln morningAccorciing
According to the story Iorv told by Dr Rrllly Rrlllyto Rflly
to tho police polco HIPPO students tldents and another anotherfreshman anotherfrFhmnn anotilerfreshman
freshman for whom tho thl hit police polee are Ire looking lookingchased lookingchased
chased Dr Reilly Rel from a I trolley troley car c r to the thopntranee thefnlrnnC theotraileti
pntranee fnlrnnC of the resldnnco of Dr Morris Irorrl D DSLattory DHUltlry 1 1Slattory
SLattory HUltlry There ho hI fell on the t1 landing and andtho Id Idthe tndthio
the students beat 1lt him and kicked him In Intho Int Inthe
the t h face fac Dr Slattory Slatory came to his hi assist asslstrineo atist atistInf1 assistlinen
linen Inf1 and the students tied HodTho fed fedThe tiedThe
The students said Bld they tile were wer Insulted Inluted by byDr bvDr byDr
Dr Reilly Uelh Tho cases C11S wero continued until untillimn tuitilhtinn tl
limn 1un IT I so 0 that tho police polco may find tho thothird thothird thethird
third student studentHROOKLY 8tudent 8tudentlROOKL studentJiROOKt1X
HROOKLY lROOKL CADETS SETEXCED SETEXCEDFnttecd SETECEDIntoer SEXTEXCEDEnticemi
Fnttecd Two YounK Yotifl ouns CHrIs lrl Ints From T7elr T7elrHomes TteIrhomes
Intoer Trlr
Homes 1011 and Debauched Jlballehrd Them ThemMorris Themforrs TheftMorris
Morris forrs Metnetskl 21 years old of 112 112Humboldt 12 12Humboldt 112Humboldt
Humboldt street and Isadora Lewis 19 19years 19Yars 19years
years Yars old of 10 J Siegel SItEel street ltreot Brooklyn Brooklynwero Brooklyner Brooklynwere
were er convicted in the County COlnty Court Curt in that thatborough thatborough thatborough
borough yesterday csteldayof of abduction and Judge JudgeAspinall JudgeI Judgespioail
I Aspinall sentenced them each to ono onovearH onoI oneveers
I veers ICarH Imprisonment mprl onllnt In the Kings County CountyPenitentiary
Penitentiary They The enticed Lucy 1Ioy Staff Stat 15 15years is isears 1 1years
years ears old and Mamie Gregory 18 years yearsold yearsold eaf
old from from their homes and took them thor to a ahotel aholel ahotel
hotel nt 200 Middloton IIldleton street streetThey streetihey treet
They The made rnro the thl girls IrIs cut off their hair hairand haJrnnd hairand
and wrar blonde wigs and ane compelled complo them themto thpm thpmto themto
to go on tho street The ho money they theyearned theyflarned theyearned
earned was WI turned ture over to tho two prisoners prisonersThe prionef prisonersThe
The proprietor of the hotel Louis Luie Black Blackwill BllCk BllCkwi Blackwill
house will wi hoUo l he > e tried trie soon for keeping a disorderly diorderly
No 0 Hroatlway IroadwRY flrnadwaySlreet Street 11 relt Car Tunnel TunnelBorough Tunnll TunnllBrou TunnelBorough
Borough Brou h President Cantor revived yes yestcrday yel yesterday
tcrday the proposal to relieve relevo the traffic trafficcongestion trafo trafocngestion trafficcongestion
congestion cngestion at tho junction juncton of Thirty Thirtyfourth T Tidilyfourth rty rtyfourth
fourth street Broadway Brondwa and Sixth avonuo avenueI
by I carrying clrrII tho tracks of tho ha Broadway Broadwayearn BroadwayrrH
earn rrH through a subway 8lhay Mr 11 Cantor Cintor wrote wrotei
to tot I n the I Il he Mayor that I tho t hI ho plan lila had been en lying Iln
dormant Iorrant for several Eoernlmonth months < and ali asked Oked Mr MrIxw MrLow MrJiiw
iion sionIhie Low to stir up II UI tho Rapid ltpld Transit Cominis Cominisiion COUlnS Cotnmnission
iionTho The Rapid Transit Trnn 1 Commission Comrl lon is plnnnini plnnninito plannlnl
to build lJld a I subway of Us 1f own OWI through throu h Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way from Union lnlon Square Squae to Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet Joorofeond Joorofeondtreet
street subway uhwa and will wilot not consent CJsen to Mr Cantors Cantorssubway Cntors Cntorsuhwa Cantorssuhiway
Bouquets lonrlnlt for Major I Jtstcln JtstclnMajor > iiteln iitelnMajor h trln trln1Djor
Major Ebsteln Ehtlln First lrHt Deputy Police PolN Com Commissioner Cor Coinniissiotier ¬
missioner milolcr who returned rcturcd from frol Europe on onSaturday onSatlnla onSaturday
Saturday Satlnla received JcHvtd a I warm greeting Irotlng yester yesterday yefter yeftermOllinl yesterday ¬
day morning mOllinl In time tlH Smith Smih stnot It rOlt headquar headquarters headquartr ¬
tars tr Brooklyn on 01 his arrival to resume resumecommand retume retumecommand resumecommnand
command in II that t Int borough lorollh His H office was wasdecorated wal wasdecorated
decorated decrtcd with wih floral for tributes trilltrH t tihiults from personal personalfriends lwrsonal lwrsonalfriends > rsonnl rsonnlfriend
friends and police plin olllcinls ofcill and on 01 his 111 desk deskwas cleJk cleJkWM deskwas
was a I large llr e floral torl horsohhon with vlth his photo photograph photorraph photograph ¬
graph rraph In II the titecentre cunt cntrl re Major Ebsteln EbtEln Ebsteinisa Is a great greatfavorito grcatfa groatfavorite
favorite fa vorlto with wlh the Brooklyn Brooli1 cops COpl and attn they theyaro theyIrHIOW theylire
lire IrHIOW now nil nl breathing hrrntllnJ easier lller that Deputy Deput DeputCommissioner
Commissioner Conulisloltl Piper has returned Iet rot urued to Muf Mufl Mul Mulberry Muberry
l berry > erry street streotAll Hr streetll
All 1 ll OfT OI He Jl Saul aid and Killed Himself HimselfJoseph IIm51If IIm51IfJo IlImseirJOsehli
Joseph Jo eph Schwartz 23 2 years yelt old took his hisbest hisbeBt hisbeat
best girl on a trip to Coney Cone Island on Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da It I is supposed that they quarrelled quarrelledas quarlprl quarlprlal
as al on his hil return rltul ho said Iald It was Wil all al off offYesterday olfYORterd offYesteriay
Yesterday YORterd moniinrc morlhp ho hI committed rmmitpd suicide sulcidoat lulcldl
at his hi homo 5 54S 18 S Wo W Vost t t Fortyeighth Jortvelghth street streetby Streetby trpotIW
by drinking two ounces ounls of carbolic arbolc acid acidHe ncd ncdIl acidlie
He Il Illew 11W Out fut tilt the Jan CasKRlman JanKalman as asKalnian
Kalman Horvnth 20 years plrH old a Hun Hungarian Hln Hlngnrlnn Hunganirtfl ¬
garian who wh arrived IIrrpl hero hl liar on Saturday Saturdaywas Haturay Haturaywal
was wal as found fOlnl1 dead rlnll of illuminating 11111nlng iiliimirtitt Ing gun Ol yentor yentorda yelr yelrria
da y morning mornllg in his room rolllt nt 116 1 West loath IWthstreet 10th 10thItret loathstreet
street Itret Ho did tld not know knO how to extin extinguish extl extinguish ¬
guish tho light lght and blew out the gas gasI
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Low Rates RatesWest RatesWest Aates AatesWest
West WestJULY WestJULY
JULY I to 10 10One 10One 10One
One fare for the round trip tripChicago tripChicaEo tripChicago
Chicago ChicaEo to San Francisco or orLos orLos orLos
Los Angeles an and < 3 return retur via the theChicago theChicago theChicago
Chicago ChicagoSt ChicagoMilwaukee ChicagoMilwaukee
Milwaukee MilwaukeeSt
St Paul PaulRailway PaulRaiway
Railway Raiway Choice of routes routesUnusual routesUnusual routesUnusual
Unusual opportunity to visit visitthe visitthe visitthe
the Pacific Pacfc coast at little ltle ex expense expense expense ¬
Colorado Coloradoand Coloradoand Coloradoand
pense 25 Chicago ChicaEo to
and return retur July 1 to 10 Com Complete Complete Cornplete ¬
plete Information on requMt requMtW rqulst rqulstW
W S HOWELL 0 E Li A
381 Broadway New York YorkTURK YorkTURK YorkTURK
TURK AS CRITIC CRITI OF THE BIBLE BIBLEWORD BIBLElroRD
WORD MACEDONIA EIJOXU AROLSES AlIOCES THE THECESOn TIWCJ TIlECENSOR
CENSOR CJ SOI AFTER t 1m MAY YEARS YEARSHe E4 R
He 1 Wants hnt snts the Turkish Name of the thl Terri Territory Tlrrl Tlrrltory Terntory ¬
tory Substituted Subltutrd for It Its Independent IndependentName Indlllrndentamlllo Jndcimcndentanietlie
Name amlllo anietlie Alia He Jl want hltl atila Sinner SinnerChanced SIIII SIIIIanKed Sinnersbanged
Chanced anKed to Chrlitlan Chrltan Slnnew SlnnewTho SlnncrvThe Innlr InnlrTho
Tho cable despatch printed in THE TiE SUN SUNyesterday SUNyesterday SUNyesterday
yesterday to the effect that the Turkish Turkishcensors Turkl8honFrs Turkishcensors
censors onFrs at Constantinople ConRtantnople had objected objectedto
to the word Macedonia Macdonia In the seventh seventhverso sonth sonthT seventhvtIse
verso T of the first fiJt ohapter of I Thessolo Thessolonlans Thelulo Thelulonlns Thessalonians
nlans nlns was 118 confirmed cnfirmed yesterday Ylst rar by a letter letterreceived letterrhed letterreceived
received rhed at at the headquarters hendquarers of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Bible Bblo Society Sciot In I this tiil city clt from the Rev RevMarcellns HevIInrlu 11evMarcehhtis
Marcellns IInrlu Bowen the chief agent a ent of tho thowoclety thesociety
society in the th I jevant evant
Tlio Thellav Kov He Mr Bo Bwen Bowen wen whoso whom headquarters headquartersnro Iladquarters Iladquartersare
are in Constantinople writes in part as asfollows al asfollows
follows followsWe folo foloWe followsV
We V are linrlnc srrloos rlo difficulty difculy In Turkey Turkeywith Turkeywith ltmrkeywit
with wit the Department Dlplrtmcnt of 1ublla Publc Instruction InstructionTho Instructon InstructonTh InstructionTho
Tho Th censors cpnlr4 have objected to the word Mace Macedonia Macedonla 18ot ¬
donia in tho Now Xl Testament restlent Our applies applications appUoaton applieslIons ¬
lIons ton for penults penuls to get out new editions editionshave edtloall edtloallhavo editionshave
have been subjected llbJectll to longer 101111 nnd more moreunreasonable 10ro 10rounrMFonalle memounreasonable
unreasonable unrMFonalle delays dlln8 than ever cr before beforeOno brfureOne beforeOne
One edition has hn > bn been open held her up by the thecensors thecnlor thecensors
censors cnlor on account IItcunt of the word hero heo in inthe Inthe inthe
the thirteenth thlrlenth chapter second Aeconl verso eI of oftho oftho ofthin
tho Gopcl Go pl according to Mark Markthere Markthereshall arkther there thereshall
shall halnotQ not bo left lef hero ono tone upon 1pon another anotherthat anotherthnt anotherthat
that shall IhRI not bo thrown clown cown referring referringto referrn referrnto
the In Jerusalem The hl
to temple censors censorsalleged cnpors cnporsaleged censorsalleged
alleged aleged reason for objecting object lg to the word wordU wordthat
U that it does cols not appear in that verso eri In Inprevious inprvio1s inprevious
previous prvio1s editions editionsAnother editionsAnothor editionsAnother
Another trifle trile seized B17d upon by the censors censorsas cnsorll cnsorllas
as a pretext for stopping toppinl the distribution distributionof ditrbutlon ditrbutlonor
of tho Bibles Is L a a marginal noto opposite oppositetho oppslt oppslttho
tho thirtyeighth thlrylghth verse vel of the sixth llh chapter chapterof
of the lie Gospel Gospl according accrd lug to John JohnFor For I Icame Icamo Icame
came down from from heaven heen not to do mine mlnoown mineown
own 0 will l hut tho will wi of him that thlt sent Nnt me meThe me meTue
The marginal margina noto explains explana that the word wordhim wordhim wordhim
him him stands for the Father FatherFor FathorFor FatherFor
For the anclont geographical gtographfca word Mace Macedonia Macedonia tacedonia ¬
donia which appears appar In the first 6rt apUtleof apUtleofPaul eplte epistle ot otPaul ofPaul
Paul to the Thessalonlans Thlsflalonls the Turks urk now nowInsist nowilllIt nowinsist
Insist illlIt that the modern moder terms ter1 > tho tlo vilayets vilayetsof vlnyets vlnyetsof
of Salonica and Monastir Monatr bo b substituted substitutedPaul substitutedPaul ubRltute
Paul wrote chapter 1 verses elEti 7 anti 8 8So 8So 8So
So that yo were cnsamplos ensmples to all al that be believe beUev beHere ¬
Here Uev < In Macedonia and Achaia AchaiaTor Achail Achailer AchalaFor
For er from you 01 sounded Boun ld out th thl theword word ord of ofthe ofthA ofthe
the Lorfl Lrl not only onl In Macedonia Inc donln and Achnla Achnlabut kchalabut chIahut
but also al In every eer plnco your our faith tnlh to God Godward od odward
ward 11 Is i spread sprtR abroad so that wo need ne d not notto notto notto
to speak Ipek any In thins thinsAnd thlll thlllAnd thingAnd
And in chapter 4 versa VN 10 10And 10And 10And
And Indeed In ect ye 1 do It toward nil al the th brethren brethrenwhich br brethrenwhich thrn thrnhich
which hich are In all 11 Macedonia but we WI beseech beseechyou bl beseechyou cpch cpchou
you ou brethren that yo U Increase tncrlle more lore and andmore lud ludmore amidmore
more moreOrdinarily moreOrdlnarir moreOrdinanilT
Ordinarily Ordlnarir the books Issued Isuld by the Amen American Amorican Amencan ¬
can Bible Dbte Society Soclet In Turkey Turke are examined examinedand examinedand examinedand
and approved alproved by b tho censors CenlOrH In three or orfour orfour orfour
four clays ay The Tlo present hitch hich has ha caused causeda
a delay dela of four months monthsNo monthso monthsNo caus
No o explanation explanaton has been b n received reClhed from fromthe frm frmtho rota rotathe
the agent at Constantinople ConltllntIople but the officers officersof offiCf
of the Bible Bhlo Bihl Society Rclty here assume lume that the tlmpresent tll thepresent
present disturbed condition cnditon of affairs alfalr in intho Intho inthe
tho Balkan peninsula penIsl over tho Macedonian Macedonianquestion Macdolllal Macedoniaaquestion I Iquestion
question has made the th always alwa suspicious suspiciousand supicious supiciousand
and sensitive 6enltvo Turk object objot to the use Ul of the thoancient theancient theancient
ancient tory name lae of what la 1 now Turkish Trkih terri territory territory territory ¬
toryThe The Superintendent of Public Pblo Instruc Instruction Intrc Intrcton Instructiori ¬
tion ton In Turkoy la 1 Djedel Djeel Boy By who Is I a mem member member momher ¬
ber of the Privy Prvy Council Cunel It In 1 not known knownhere knownhere knotnhere
here whether he or a subordinate subrinate Is respon responsible r0ponIlble responsiblo ¬
sible for the present trouble The diplo diplomatic dlplomatlo diplotactic ¬
tactic representatives Jprt8ontatlvet of this country ountry and of ofEngland ofEn ofEngland
England En lanr will wi probably be b asked Mke to explain explainto
to the Grand Vizier lzlr that the safety of Tur Turkoy Turkey Tarkey ¬
epistles epistlesThe key does not require any revision of Pauls Paulsepistles Paus Pausepistles PaulsepIstles
The Executive Exoutlve Committee Commite of the Amer Amercan Amercan Amercan
can Bible Dble Society Scety Is i to meet met on Juno Jun 29 29and 29ad 29and
and ad if the tangle Isnt straightened strlghtone out by bythat bythat bythat
that time some action will be b taken tken here hereThe hereTo heroThe
The To Turks are very sensitive snsitve said tlio tlioa tJ UieRev
Rev v W I Haven scretar secretary ot tho society soclotyv0teray societyyesterday
yesterday v0teray In ono of our eitons editions we baa baamap hada
a map on which Egypt Egyptwas was colored clore red and andtho andtho andt
tho t lie land Ild now occupied oouplo by Turkey was WI green greenThe greenThe I
The censors cnsof wouldnt wouldt allow alow that under Iren IrenThe any anyclrciimstances a anycircumstances I
circumstances mstanCs In another case ce they wanted wantedtho wantedtho wantedthe
crc tho w wlrd ward rd Christian Chrtat Inserted In6cre before bfore tho thoword thoword theword I
word sinners in the phrase phrasI phraseI come cme to call callsinners cal callsinners
sinners Ilnnef to repentance rpentnce They didnt want wantanybody wantanybody wantanybody
anybody to get the Impression ImprlBslon that Mo Mohammedan Mohammedan Mohanumedan ¬
hammedan sinners might rlllht be b referred referr to toIn toIn toIn
In the last fortyfive fortyfO years veals tho American AmericanBible AmericnnBlhlo AmericanBible
Bible Society has distributed dlftrlbuttd ovw OVj 2000000 2000000Bibles 200 2000OQOibihiles
Bibles lhle In Turkey But It is having morn morntrouble mol moretrouble
trouble now than ever ev r before bfor In 1001 1001the 101 101tho loolthin
the total distribution for European and andAsiatic andAsillto andAsiatlo
Asiatic Asillto Turkey was wal 88213 S213 Bibles and parts partsof partsof partsof
of Bibles BbleR Last It year the thl total fell fel off or to toal773
11773 8173 Fortyseven JortYfven colporteurs Clporelf were em employed employ1 employed ¬
ployed In 1902 102 They travelled traloled B2474 B2474miles 62Hmie 62474miles
miles mie and visited 2511 251 towns tow I and villages villagesThe vlagoR vlagoRThe villagesThe
The American Bible Society annual annualreport annualreport annualreport
report which is If to be b Issued Issurlln in a few days dayswill dayswl daystill
will wl say ny in tho chapter devoted to the theLevant thlLvant theLevant
Levant LevantTlm Lvant LvantTho LevantTime
Time Turkish Tukish recline r gime lmc however hoeer always alwaysallows allal alwaysahIows
allows alowti opportunity olportunlW to any an Ignorant or 111 111illspoed IIlsPood iiiihlspoed
illspoed lsPood official ome 1 to tl make himself lf obnoxious obnoxiousAnd oloxlols oloxlolsnd obnnxiouAnd
hme
And nd them have been hfpn a few lel Instances hltncl of petty pettyntmoynnco 11 aettyatinoiince
ntmoynnco nnnolnco during the year par from which some sometort flomorort Montesort I
tort rort of escape Ieapo has been b n found foundMuch teundIltuolt lnd lndMuoh
Much more trouble U II experienced eXIrlelcd by tho thocolporteurs thoclporteurs thecolportelirs
colporteurs clporteurs In tho city of Constantinople Constantinoplethan Cn Constantinoplethan taUnoplo taUnoplothan
In the
than country countryThere countryThore countryThere
There has h0 been difficulty difficultV In tho distri distribution dilltrlhulon distnibutlon ¬
bution hulon of the American Bible in Mace Macedonia Macorlonla Maccdonia ¬
donia because becalf of Greek ecclesiastical > cclelaIUcal In Influences InfUOICO Influomices ¬
fluences fUOICO Time ll Rime is I true in provinces provincesIn proylnl11
In Asiatic AFlaUo Turkey where bero there arc many roan roanGreeks
Greeks Gnkf Tho Jews Jew according alcrdlllg to the re report 10 10port noport ¬
port are cordial cordialMrs cordialIn
Mrs In Horace Iorce Porter Hurled HurledLONO 111101 hurledLONG
LONG BRANCH BnANCl X J Juno IS ISWlh ISWlhI1plo 15WIt 15WItsimple With Withsimple
simple ceremonies the body of Mrs
I1plo bd Mr SophIe SophioIvlng SophloKIng SophIeKing
KIng Porter wife of Gen Horace Horao Porter PorterAmbassador PorterAmb PorterAmbassador
Ambassador Amb 8ador to Franco Frnno was laid to rest resttoday rPft rPfttoday resttoday
today in tho family faolv plot in West Long
Branch Mr and Mm Irl Clarence Porter Porteraccompanied Porteracmpanie Porteraccompanied
accompanied acmpanie the body bod to America Burial Burialservice DurinlIervlce Burialservice
service Iervlce at the grave was wa performed prforme by br tho thoRev thov timRev
Rev v Dr Charles J Young pastor of a the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church of tho Puritans Pitan New ptor York
Are you off of in a rush rushA rushA rushA
A goodly part of our oU business businesshas businesshas businesshas
has grown from the fact that thattnijors thattaiors thattaiJor
tnijors taiors can rarely be rushed aud audtailors audtaiors andtai1or
tailors customers who come to toi tous tous
taiors
i us in such su b emergency emergt cy stay with withus wih wihus
us in il in satisfaction satisfactionFor satsfaction satsfactionFor
For such men we have fine fineScotch fne fneScotch lineScotch
Scotch mixtures mixtUes cheviots and andworsteds nndworteds andworsteds
worsteds worteds of the newest sort of ofpatterns ofpatterns ofpatterns
patterns conservative consclvtlive in cut cutThe cut1he cutihe
The 1he suit for which wlJch a pretty prettygood prettygood prettygood
good tailor taior would charge you ou 40 40to 40to 40to
to 00 we se sell sel at from 25 25to 25to 25to
to 85 85To
E85
To 10 0 Seventh Regiment men menand menand menand
and others who need need white hite duck ducktrousers ducktrousers ducktrotlser
trousers early eury11eYle earl earlI1hey
Theyre 11eYle I1hey Ie ready readyCotton
Cotton 200 linen lnen 550 550HOOKKS 550HOOFIs 5501oopits
HOOFIs HOOKKS PiEr lJJH COMPANY COMPANYM COPA Y YDroadwaj
mM M Broadway opposite oppo le City Hall Hallnnd lal IIaIImnd
and 7 and g Warren St t
84 842 Broadway ror lilt We W 1t eu 111 order orderiand ordrnnl orderand
and 140 10 to t 141 u 4th Ave e by mall mallIIGO mat malltree
tree 10 Broadway Dr con Sid Sidnnd t4And
And tlr G4 Vest rsl i 13d St StLIBERTY StLIBERTY I
LIBERTY LBERTY BELL ON ITS TRAVELS TRAVELSPASSES TRAVELSPiSE TRAVELSPASSES
PASSES m I hERE lJR i TwwrMi TwwrMiPROGRESS TRIurlf TRIurlflIWlfSo TRhfhIPIl4d TRhfhIPIl4dIIWGIZESS
PROGRESS lIWlfSo TO Ti HOSTOX HOSTOXNew lMTI lMTIXew lt4TONew
New Vork ork Didnt Ulfnt Turn Tur Out la Nee It I but butJersey hit hitIrr tiUtlerse
Jersey lerse Irr City CII tr Trenton ilalieth t17hth and andHost andlittat a aI
Host I I or Other Ctwr Town Old 111thMayor 1301 Mayor 8O 8Oommllteenirn a 811otunhltteenmen
ommllteenirn and Cons epa lit Guard
That famous old oJI traveller tra fller tho Liberty LibertyBell LibertyBel LibertyBoil
Bell Bel I assed a e ed through thrrulh this thl city yesterdayon yesterday citprdayon
on its IM way from miii Philadelphia Phiadelphia to Boston Bostonwhere Bostonwher Bostonwhere
where wher It is II to take Ilko part in the tle I2flth minI anniversary Ilnl IlnllIIf minIvereary ¬
versary lIIf of if the battle hatlo of Bunker Hill Hil The Thebell Thl Thehell
bell bel on on a flatear tatlar built hult expressly for It I by bythe bythe bythe
the railroad TirO1 company cmpany and 111 attached atachN to a aspecial aelal aspecial
special elal train l bearing Ilnrlllg > Mayor Weaver and anda andI
a I committee corrnltre of tho Councils of Philadelphia Philadelphiaarrived Phiadelphia Phiadelphianrrled Philadelphiaarnuvci
arrived nrrled In Jersey City at 215 In the after afternoon arlr arlrnoon afternoon ¬
noon and called Inl1 around IImunr Manhattan to toMott tort toMOtt
Mott rt Haven on the I he transfer boat Express ExpressFrom ExpressFrom
From Molt Mot Haven Halen tho bell hfl was Wil taken to toXew toXe toNew
New Xe Haven Japn where 1mI it spent pnt last night nightIt nltht
It is due in Boston at 3JO 3 0 oclock this thi after afternoon afr afrnoon afternoon ¬
noon noonThis noonThis noonThis
This is If the first trip tho Liberty tbrl Bell Bellhas Bl Bellhas
has ha made through the Eastern Eter Stat StatI States StatesIts 3 3Its
Its I custodians are four of the Quaker QUlker Citys Citysfinest Ciys Ciysfinlst Citysflnest
finest specially pclly detailed detald by tho Director Directorof
of Public Safety Sfety Mayor Weaver teavor in his hisprivate hisprhate lilaprivate
private car and a committee commltfl of thirtysix thirtysixPhlladelphians thlrtyIxPhlladelphillIls thirtysixPhiladelphians
Philadelphians member membol of two branches branchesof hranchlf hranchlfof
of the city ciy government goermfII and tho heads hndl of oftbn atthf oflie
tbn thf lie city departments departmentsThe deprtm nt ntTho
The committeemen cmmlttlemln wore badges hadgpl and andscattered andfcaUere aridscattered
scattered fcaUere souvenirs souvenir of the trip liberally liberallyamong lbraly lbralyIImong liberallyamong
among the crowd crwd They hfY wanted wantr It ex expressly exprClly cxpressly ¬
pressly prClly understood undtrltood that the Ihl trip was wa not not a ajunketing ajiinketlng
junketing junketng excursion fxeuflon as some Roro of tho home homepapers homopaperll homepapers
papers had alleged alegf1r but blt that upon each eachmember fachmember eachmember
member devolved a I certain amount of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the responsibility respn lhlt for peeing Flellg that the th crack crackin crackit
in 11 it the lie famous old l hel bell > ell did not widen as a a aresult arult aresult
result rult of the journey jourlfY tp lp to the time lilo of ofleaving otlea ofleaving
leaving lea ling this thi oily I tho bell bl hud stood toO the trip tripwell tripwell
well 11 so 10 the lie Quaker Qllkpr City delegation drlellatoll felt feltrelieved foltrelievd feltrelieved
relieved relievd enough to entertain themselves themcolvesThs thomlOllpl
Ths Thl trip trp through Now ow Jersey was ode celebrated Llehrattd odebrated ¬
brated hrattd in a I manner mllnor befitting beftting the importance importanceof InprJrtance InprJrtanceor
of tho Revolutionary Reolutlon arj relic rel Trenton Eliza Elizabeth Elz Elizaletli ¬
beth Newark and other places turned turnedout turmlout turnedout
out to do reverence to it There were sing singing singing Inl ¬
ing by schoolchildren shoolchldfn and ad the presentation presentationof prefntatlon prefntatlonof
of floral emblems so that when the bell bellarrived bel bellarrived
arrived arrTe in Jersey City Ciy It was loaded 10RrlEP with withwreaths withreat withwreaths
wreaths reat hs and all evidences plroncR of f tho pi bios biosesteem b bh bhesteetmi 1 01 01tsteel
esteem esteemAt tsteel esteetmiAt
I
At Jersey Jery City Ciy Mayor Fagan and retire representatives reprtfntatwl retirerentattes ¬
sentatives fntatwl of the city cty government overment with th
2000 20 schoolchildren shochldrpn were gathered EatherN at the thePennsylvania thePenns1ala thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania station staton and sang fng patriotic patrioticsongs pntriotlcIngR pat niotic nioticsongs
IngR songs as 11 the flatear fatcar was backed hackt down on ona ona ona
a side track to glvo tho Jcrsoyites A chance chanceto
to look at the bell bel On the car with it were werethe werethe ere eretho
the four Philadelpliia l cops cps and tho Mayor Mayorand Mayorand Mayorand
and his hil committee cmmltl The Mayor of Jersey Jerl
City gavethem ga them tho freedom froeor of the thl city and andwished ad adshe andwished
wished she the bell bel a triumphant trumphat progress pro r to toBoston toBoston toBoston
Boston The Mayor of Philadelphia from fromthe fromthe f rota rotathe
the flatear rendered renterl his thanks Then the theflatcar thofiatcar thetlatear
flatcar was wal tacked on to tim iIA special train trainof trainof trainof
of four Pullmans Pulman In which the committee committeealways commi committeealways to
always travels treland and ferried to Mott Mot Haven HavenMuch HavenMuch HavenMachi I
Much to the Lii disappointment dlMppolntrent of the Pldla Pldladelphians Pl Philadelphlans ln lndelphlnls
delphians Now Nc York ork did not pay reverence roverencoto roverenC1 roverenC1to
to the bell bol The Phlladelphinns Phladelphillns had ex expected expocted oxpocted ¬
pocted that the river rver craft CTf would salute tho thoparty thoplrty theparty
party but only ony one small lmal tug paid pad this thishonor thtl thtlhonor thishonor
honor At Mott Haven 1aon where wher a long stop stopwon atopwas topM
won M made only the railroad ralroad men gathered gatherednround Il1ther gatheredaround
around aroud the car and the Philadelphians Philadelphlanswore Phlndelphlans Phlndelphlanswer
wore wer quite qulo disgusted rllsguftld They were wer hopeful hopefulof lopeful
of f more mor cordial corial welcomes welcmes to the belf bl bell and andits ad andIts
its passed passedTho Is custodians cUAtlan after the thl State line had ha been beenpassed ben benpl beenpaaaed
pl Tho bell bel Is If in a heavy oak frame frme The Thecrack Thecrack
crack crck made In It when It was tolled toled at the thedeath thednath thedeath
death of o John Marshall fnrRhll can an bo easily Iliy seen seenTho An AnTho seenThe
Tho relic relo cannot be taken from tho city cty of ofPhiladelphia ofPhladplphia ofPhIladelphia
Philadelphia Phladplphia without the permission of ofThis ofthl ofthe
thl the Counci Council and such a guard aR It now has hasTl hasThis
This Tl R Is its 18 sixth Journey jourey After Ater tho cele celebration celebrton colebration ¬
bration brton at lt Boston Do tn It Is If going Iolng to Plymouth PlymouthMass PlymouthMaM PlymouthMass
Mass tho cost of tho trip and that of Its Itscustodians Is Iscustdians itscustodians
custodians custdians beingpaid 11tIILpald being paid by a wealthy falhy citizen citizenof ctzn ctznof
of that town Then hEn it IH Ii going Iolng hack to toPhiladelphia toPhiadelphia toPhhladolphiin
Philadelphia Phiadelphia passing through this thlf city citynoxt ciy ciynot cityflot
not Saturday SaturdaySTAMFORD Satnrday8TAMIOnD SaturdaySTAMFoRD
STAMFORD 8TAMIOnD Conn June 15 15A A crowd of
2500 25 people poplo was at tho Stamford Rlafom station stationthis stationthis IatlonthL
this evening eYfnln to get a 1 glimpse of the Liberty Lbrty
Bell Dl Tho train Mopped topP1 hero her for ton min minutes minute mhnutes ¬
utes It I was the greatest rlatOt jam there thtre has haaever ha hasever
ever been bn about the station staton and It looked lookedfor looke lookedfor
for a I time tmo as al though the rushing nllhlng might mightresult mllht mllhtrl mightresult
result rl > It seriously lrlolsl for some Rme of the crowd crowdIt
It seemed Ilmed as I If every youngster in town townvon tow townvaa
von out outNKW olt outNEW
SEW HAVEN HA EN June 15 15Thollt 15Thousands Thousands < lnrll viewed viewedthe viewedthe viewedthe
the Liberty Llblr Bell BpI in this thi city ci CII tonight It Itarrived ItarrlvNI Itarrived
arrived here at 730 oclock ocloc and the flat car caron caron caron
on which It stands tlldl was as switched swiched to a 1 siding Hidin
In front frnt of tho railroad rairoad office offic building huldlng where whereeverybody when whiemgeerybod
everybody eVIrbd could have a good view of the therolio thorelo therelic
relic relo hue ho demonstration drmonRt rntlon which the city clt cltIIJ
had IIJ planned plannl1 for tho transfer trallRlr from tho car carto carto carto
to the Contra Cntral Green nonrValo University Unllnlty
had to be abandoned abndonrOI because baul tho Phila Philadelphia Flub Flubdelphla 11a 11adflphla ¬
delphia committee commltto In chargeof charge ot the bell bcl would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not let It he removed removl < from the car carThe ear cllrThe earThe
The Mayor of New No Haven J6en was nof on onband onhad onhumid
band had to receive rrceho the Mayor of Pliiladplphl Pliiladplphlthe Phladllphl PhladllphlSoml PhilladelphlSome
Soml Some ppJI people thought this WI was a IIh slight to totho tothe
the PhIladelphians Phiaelphias During Dlrln the evening eveningthoro ovolllllgtherwl ovemuimigthere
there therwl was a great rl4tcTh crush about nbut the lie car Many Manyof
of the women in the crowd crwd fainted and had hadto hadto
to Ixj carried carrle away Some SUe of those thos who whopassed whopassed ho hoMSo
passed MSo by h the th aWRf boll touched touchN It I with Ith their theirands theirhands I
hands ands others othef rubbed nh 1 knife blades across It Itand ItIld itand
and Ild one old man kissed klMR It Yale Yn1t professors professorsand
and students were in II the crowd crowdThe crwd crowdThe Irofelf j
The Te train tran carrying the bell bIwlleve will leave here hlre
for Hartford Hafor the next stopping place to tomorrow tomorrw tomorrow ¬ I I
morrow morrw morning znornings
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Our new XXX Shoe is so socorrectly socorreotly socorrectly
correctly sized as to be trim trimfitting trimftting trimlitting
fitting ftting but easy The lhe foots footsdelicate fots fotsdelcate footsdelicate
delicate delcate organization is never neverdeformed neverdeformed neverdefoirned
deformed wearing this shoe shoetoes shoetoes shoetoes
toes sides instep have freedom freedomand freedomand freedomand
and comfort comfortOxford comfortOxford comfortOxford
Oxford Ties 350 cfe 500 500High 500High 500Iigh
High laced and buttoned
350 8 O 500 500Vlci 500Vlc 500Viol
russot rssot Viol Vlc calf calfpatent patent patnt leather canvas canvasrussot cavl cavlrssot canvasmuasot
Three Cor Cr Utb 13t fit fitBROADWAY StBOADWAY 5tBROADWAY
BROADWAY BOADWAY I Cor Cr Canal Cna St StStores SLSto StStorti
Stores Sto NMT N Ch Clb ClbI Cbabra b r rSPECIAL
I 1 SPECIAL fINS FLINfs FNE FNEf1JRNITUR FNEf1JRNITURSPECIAL BUREAUX BUREAUXIO50151822 fRNUR fRNURSPECIAL
1050 05051822 05051822Golden 15 1822 1822Golden
Golden Oak finely fnly grained wood beauti beautifully but beautifully ¬
fully fuIy polished plhe largo mirrors mirai roomy draw drawers drawers drawera ¬
ers brass drawer pulls etc etcAll etoAl etcAll
All sorts of Bedroom furniture In all al the thepopular thepopular thepopular
Bdroom furturo
sort
popular Al woods woodllOak Oak Mahogany MahogllY WhiteMahogany WhiteMahogany White WhitePine
Mahogany Satnwood Satlnwood Olvowoo Olivowood Maple MapleDrh MapleThrcii
Thrcii White Enamel Sycamore Georga GeorgaPine Georgia GeorgiaPine
Pine Drh etc Suites Suit 0 and odd od piece plO carved carvedplain carlo carvedplain
plain and Ind Inlaid and all al at factory prices pricesas prtCC prtCCa
as you OU
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CARIOI CARRIAGE K1TBANCE XTBACI TBANCL M WEST WU 14 eU 4I tt BT BTFactories l l5aole WIFaetrIei
Factories 5aole ftOft ao U t Kit 11 West We S4 d IS >
NEW NEWCOLLAR
COLLAR COLLARACTRESS
ACTRESS A irALKIG JAKUG AD ADAitnnlnhed ADAltonlshr ADAilonished
Aitnnlnhed Altonlshr Asnnry Park but hit Proved POr Her HerPoint HI UrnPoint
Point and Won a Wager WagerA aiel aielA
A aunt ntT PARK N J June 15 15Mis 15MisSallie Mis MisSallie
Sallie Salle Stmnbler an actress act rl dined dlnA at ata ata ata
a hotel here last evening in company with withI 1th 1thher withher
I her niece nie Miss Mis Kenney a wellknown wellknownCathedral welknown welknownCtheal wellknownCathedral
Cathedral Ctheal singer Ingr of Baltimore altlmorl and several severalfriends Rveral Rveralfntnrls severalfriends
friends A Mr Gillett Giet ventured enture the tht sug suggestion lug lugpestlol suggestion ¬
gestion pestlol that tho earning capacity capcty of an anactress anactls anactress
actress actls wan IR limited lmied to the stage stageNot Itage Itageot stageNot
Not ot so said fld Miss Mlls Stembler with con conviction convietiomi on onIetlol ¬
viction Ietlol I can make good god good wages off or the thestago thetau thestage
stage stagoIll stage1hi
tau Ill 11 wager 50 that you cant said saidOillett saidillett aid aidGiet
Oillett OillettIll illett illettill
Giet Ill Il t take it i and Ill Il prove my m statement statementtomorrow etatlment etatlmenttomorrow statementtomorrow
tomorrow If I I earn a days daYi wages to tomorrow tomerrow tomarrow ¬
morrow you OU have hlve lost l0t your 011 wager wagerof w4gerToda wageriodny
Toda iodny thl the actress nppArerl appeared on the stret streets streetsof I
of Asbury Park with wih a rubber companys companyssign companysRlgn companyssign
sign on her back She walked walke through throughtho throughtho throughtha
tho principal prncipal avenues accompanied IIccompanle by byMiss byMiss
Miss Kenney and a man with a bell bellScores bl bellScores
1 Scores of men rushed rl8hed to the rubber nbbI star storpevidently starvldenty storeevidently
evidently thinking that young women womenwero womenNO womenwere
were vldenty NO marched out at Intervals Intervall Miss MissStembler MissStenuhler IAR IARStemhler
Stembler received recelo t5 5 from the rubber nbbr com company company cornpany ¬
pany and won the wager wagert wagerGOT wagerGOT
t GOT HIS IlS MONTh 10EI RACK RACKDoylxxt HICKDo
Doylxxt Do Lost Itrillren It Clln CItizen Found If I Police Pole Turned TurnedIt Tuml
It I Over to Owner OwnerJoseph OnrrJolph OwnerJoseph
Joseph Jolph Perry Perf of 74 4 Orange Oran o street ItrftBrook ItrftBrookIj1 streetBrook Brook Brooklyn ¬
lyn Ij1 who has hl an office offic In the Park Row Build Building Buid BuidIng Buildhog ¬
ing called caled a messenger mrssn er boy on Saturday Saturdayafternoon Saturdayafteroon Saturdayafternoon
afternoon afteroon and gave him an envelope nvelop con containing cn cntalnnll contaming ¬
taming talnnll a considerable sum lm of money to be betaken betken betaken
taken tken to his homo In Brooklyn BrooklynWhen Drboklynllen BrboklyrmWhen
When llen tho messenger me lenger got to the house he hecouldnt hecoudnt hecouldnt
couldnt coudnt find fnd the envelope emelop He returned returnedto
to Mr Berry Dorr nnd was much frightened frightenedwhen frlhtenl frlhtenlwhen frightenedwhen <
when he learned what the envelope envelop con contained cont4lle contalmied ¬
tained tainedMeanwhile talmiedMeanwhile I IMean1hie
t4lle Meanwhile Mean1hie a 1 pedestrian had picked up upthe lp lptho tipthe
the envelope emelop near the Manhattan ManhRta end of tho thobridge thebridge
bridge brid e He handed it I to Patrolman PatrolmanHugh Iatrolmanlugh Patrolmanhugh
Hugh lugh Bigney who handed It to Sergt Sergtthe Srl SergtPhillips
PhWrs Phillips and a ptrolman patrolnianwas 11 de despatched ptched to tothe tothe
the address a dreS on the envelope elcope to restore rstor the theproperty tboproprt theproperty
property proprt proprtMr Mr Perry Per was I much pleased ple to recover recoverthe rer rertbe recoverthe
the money moneySAVED moneySED moneySAVED
SAVED OTHERS OTlERS lWRED lWREDFather 1 7JuftflFather IURED IUREDFather
Father and Son Burned flurnedlrt In 11 Getting Geltn Family FamilyOut Famiy FamiyOut FamIlyOut
Out of a Fire FireMoses FireMoses re reMO
Moses MO Wolf Wol a furniture fumltur salesman flesma and his histenyearold histcnyearld8n histenyearold <
tenyearold tcnyearld8n son Herbert Herbr were severely severelyburned lIerelybumEd severelyburned
burned in a fire that t tjtat at started on the second secondfloor secendBoor secondfloor
floor of a elxstory sixstor tenement tnement at 458 45 Grand Grandstreet Grd Grdstreet Grandstreet
street yesterday yefltrday morning The fire was wa In Inthe I inthe
the apartments occupied by Wolf lila hi wife wifeand wie wieant wifeand
and ant eight eigh children chidrn In getting gettng all hands hads out outWolf outWolf I IWolf
Wolf and his w on > n were wer burned llmed about the thefeet I Ifeet Iftet
feet ftet hands and body bodyTho bod bodTho bodyThe
Tho rubljerttrcd nbhertld ambulance abulnc in respond responding re responding pond ponding ¬
ing to tho call cal slipped 8lppd on the wrt street Itret in infront Infront Infront
front of the house hou while whie crossing crlllnj the car cartracks cartrcks cartracks
tracks trcks and ad overturned oertumEd Thomas Thoml White the thedriver thedrher thedriver
driver was 0 bruised bnwd and Dr Mllliken MIlken tho thosurgeon thourgeon thesurgeon
surgeon was WI shaken 8hek n up upWORRIED upWORlIED upWORflhID
WORRIED WORlIED OVER 01El MSS ISS OF TRADE TRADEWoman TRDEolon TRADEWomnami
Woman olon Who Kept Jept a Little IJtle Book Store StoreFound StoreFound StorePound
Found Dead Hla In Alnhaft AlnhaftTli Alrhan AlrhanTll MrshaftThe
Tli Tll The body bdy of Miss Catherine Ryan SO SOyears S soyears
years yeaf old who for years PBI kept a little ltto book boolcand boo bookanti Ie Ieand
and stationery etatonery store tor at 1055 IO S Broadway Broadwaywas
was 1 found toud yesterday ysterdar morning at tho bot bottom botlor hottoma ¬
tom lor of tho alrshaft alrRhar of her home 138 13 West WestSixtysixth WcstSlxtY8lth est estSixtysixth
Sixtysixth SlxtY8lth street Her leI skull kul was 1 crushed crushedShe crushodSho crushedSite
She had been bn despondent for some sme time timeand tme tmeand timeanti
and complained cmplaIned that she ho was losing her hertrade hertrado lientrade
trade because becall of the subway excavations excavationsin
eJcaalon eJcaalonIn
in front of liar store She leaves a 1 brother brotherwho brotherho brotherwho
who ho is i a clerk cerk in the postal senIce 8enIc In this thiscity thisolt thiscity
city cityCentrali olt cityCentrals
Centrals Cltral Terminal Approach Aplroah Approved ApprovedThe ApproHd ApproHdThE ApprovedThe
The special specll committee cmmite of tho Board Bar of ofEstimate ofEtmate ofEstimate
Estimate Etmate appointed appolntd to pass pafl upon the al already already already ¬
ready described dsrbd plans of o the New ow York YorkCentral YorkCentral YorkCentral
Central Railroad for the improvement and andenlargement andfnlargment andenlargement
enlargement fnlargment of the approach through throuph Park Parkavenue Parknenue Parkavenue
avenue to the Grand Ornd Central Station RtAton will willmake I
make a favorable report rport on Friday Frday and andafter al antIafter I Iater
after ater a public publc hearing at 230 23 oclock ocock In tho thoafternoon thonflmoon theafternoon
afternoon nflmoon of that day the Ile Board Bard of Esti Estimate Et ¬
mate plans plals will 1 formally tormaly approve the tb companys companysplans cmpays companysplaits
u
Store Stor Open Opn at 830 A Al 11 n and anl an Closes at 530 P M MTBe M1e J Jir
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TBe 1e Life of the te Summer Home HomeThe lome lomeThe HomeThe
The Angelus AngelusThe
The city home has its is scores of diversions HV rsiO1s but butthe butthecountry i
the thecountry country home is dull dtl indeed inded on sombro daja din unless music musicbrightens musicbrightens I iI i
brightens it itProbably itProba1ly itProbal1y
Probably Proba1ly you have a 8 piano but seldom 8 ldom hear it played playedTht play playTh playedThe
The Th Angelas Angdll enables the person who wants the music to play playfor playfor playfor
for himself himsel or herself herselcnables herselfenables enables anyone who is goodnatured to tobo tobo tobo
bo the entertainer ontirtainer even without an iota of knowledge of notes notesor
or keys keysAmong keysmong keysAmong
Among mong aids for playing the piano pianoThe pianoThe pianoThe
The Angelus Stands Supreme SupremeFirst
First by seniority senioritythe the Angelus was on the ttA market a year yearbefore yearbefore yearbefore
before the next device appeared appearedSecond appearedSecond i
I Ithe
Second Seond because beause of progress progressfor for the new inventions inentons have set setthe setthe
the Angelus in a class clas of its it own j because it gives complete human humancontrol humn humncontrol humancontrol
control instead of mechanical mechanicalThese mehanical mechanicalThee
These The TWO points of infinite infnite superiority superiorityJ
1 The Phrasing Lever Ldverwhich which rests under the fingers fn ers of the right righthand righthand I Ihand
hand as a shown in inpicturs picture enabling enablng the player to retard or accel accelerate acel acelerate accelerate ¬
erate the music exactly exacty as desired thus giving g ing the human touch touchand touchand touchand
and individual expression to the music musica a feature possessed paneled by no noother noother noother
other piano player that exists exis I
2 The Pistons Pilon for softening softening Bass or Treble independently of ofeach ofeach 1
I each other otherenablng otherenabling enabling tho player to bring out the the notes of themelody the themelody I II
melody while whie subduing the accompaniment thus giving iving finger fingereffects fnger fingereffects I
I effects efets impossible to any other pianoplayer pianoplayerSo i iSo
So important are these two distinguishing distinguishing features featues of the theAngelns theAngelrts I IAnge
Angelns Ange that when they are once known no other aid to playing playingthe
the piano would be admitted to tht home even at half hal the price pric priceof j jof
I of the Angelus AngelasInvestigate Angelll AngelusInvestigate
Investigate Investgate the matter mnt r for yourself yourselfit it is most interesting intrstiDg intrstiDgaDd interestingand i iand
and the possession of an Angelas Angel is one of tho most delightful delightfulfeatures deightful delightfulfeatures
features of a pleasant home homePrice homePrice homePrice I
Price 250 I
f250 Jlano store rifth rtrt Floor FloorWanamaker Poor PioorWan4imaker
Wanamaker Gas ICanges ICangesvSave Janges i iave
vSave ave Half alf tiie te Kitchen Worries WorriesIn I IIn
In the first frst place a gas ga range is quick easy easyclean easyclean I Icean
clean cean direct while whie the coal range in i usually u8ualj slow tedious tdious dirty dirtyrequiring dirtyrequiring i irequiring
requiring abig a big fire fre even for a little lttle meal meal Then its a long longtime 10D 10Dtme longI longtime I
time tme hot arid a longer time cooling coolng off offrealy offreally really a barbarism of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the past in hot weather weatherIn
In the next place WANAMAKEU W A AIrAKEn Gas Ranges are bett bettir better r thanmost thanmost than thanmost
most you find fn More convenient better made lower in price pricthan prc pricethan
than others of equal construction constructionIf constructionI
If I you order yours JOUI promptly prompty you may still sti escape the worry worryof wOl worryof
of the first frst hot weather weathel with your our coal range rangeThe rangeTile I IThe
The Gas Company will wi make all al reasonable connections connectionswithout connetions connetionswithout connectionswithout
without charge chargeCottage chargeCotage chargeCottage
Cottage Cotage Oas Ranges Rngel with Ith four fOlr sawed burners burneIl and a simmering Ilmmerinl burner burer 18Inch 18Inchbake UIieh UIiehbke 18inchbake
bake bke oven also largo bruMlng oven Price 11250 11250Same 1250 1250Sme 1250Same
Same Sme range rlngo as I above with 18Inch oven 11475 11475WANAMAKER 17S 17SWANAMKER 1475 1475WANAMAKEIt
WANAMAKER WANAMKER Gas Ranges RnRe one simmering Ilmmtrlng burner and three Minch < and one one6inch oneIInch one6inch
6inch IInch boiling blng burner nickel nckel platedfront platefront 16inch oven 11376 18Inch oven 176 176Suprb i75 i75Superb 76 76Superb
Superb Suprb Oas Ol Ranges RngNi spring drop doors one large 6inch 6lnh and ad three thre 4 4Xinch Inch burn burners bu burnera ¬
ers also 010 one simmering Ilmmerlnp burner bureri large lrge cooking top and two extension shelves Ihelvl 16 16Inch 16Inoh 16Inch
Inch oven oyeni 118 118WANAMAKER 16 16W 16WAWAMAEEYS
WANAMAKER W ANAMAntR Cookers Coktr 16Inch ovens three thre top burners buer They Tey are a perfect pren in indoing Indoing indoing I
doing every ever class cls of cooking baking bag broiling brolng separately sparately and ad all al at once onci with wth six etxfeet mtet I Ifeet
feet of tubing 750 eaoh eaohiJOHN i
tet gas gi 75 eah Basement BasementJOHN Bet
JOHN JOlN WANAMAKtR WANAMAKtRFormerly WANAMAKLR
Formerly Forerly A T Stewart a Co C Broadway 4th th aye ve 9th and 10th aU
CAXFIELD CA FIELD CHAXGE U G OF 0 VENUE VEVEMotion lE VENUEMotIon tE tEItoton
Motion Itoton Argued Arlue Arluedon on the thl Ground of Mr Mrleromei MrJerofliI 11
leromei IerOI Outclvlnn OutclvlnnRichard Outlhlnt Out ghings ghingsRichard
Richard A CanUeld Canleld through hU hl counsel counseloxJudge cunsel counselexJudgo
oxJudge Foreman Furml1n applied appled to Supremo SupremoCourt SupremoCourt SupremeCourt
Court Justice Justic Giegericn GeRe rch yesterday yetra for a akeeping achan achange
chan change e of venue of his trial on a charge at atkeepig ofkeeping
keeping keepig a gambling house houseMr hou80Mr houseMr
Mr Fursman tvrman told Justice JURtce Qlegcrich Oegrlch that thatCanfleid hat hatCanfleld ht htCanfield
Canfleld could culd not possibly get a fair fall trial trialIn tril trilIn trialitt
In this county ounly owing owll to tho innumerable innumerablenewspaper Innumerablenewsppr innumerablenewspaper
newspaper interviews interIIs Indulged in by byDistrict byDistrict byDistrict
District newsppr Attorney Atornoy Jerome In which the tholatter thelatter I
latter laUeI repeatedly ropetdly referred referrd to Canfleld Cnfield aa aan a asa
n Won fllon a criminal crminal and a fugitive fugitve from fromjustice fromjUltce fromjustice
justice
justiceAssistant jUltce
Assistant sl8tant District Ditrict Attorney Atornoy Gray opposed opposedthe oppsd oppsdtht
decision dec the tht motion moton lon Justleo Justc Giegerioh GgErch reserved reserveddecision rfsena reserveddecision
lonOcr
Oscar Ocr s Straus trau for Arbitrator ArbitratorSAN ArbItratorSAN rbltntorSAN
SAN FRANCISCO June IS 1508car Oscar S SStraun SRtmu SStmaus
Straun of New York former United Unitd States StatesMinister Stats StatsllntRter StatesMinister
Minister to Austria Au trla was selected lected today todayns toayni
ns ni tho third arbitrator arbirtor of the differences differencesbetween dlrernos dlrernosIetwln differencesletween
between Ietwln the United Unied Railroad Rirad Company Compny and andthe andthe andthe
the Street Itreet Carmens CrmenH Association ASclton over wagesand wages wagesand
81lS 81lSand
and hours The other two arbitrators arbitrtor arc arcPatrick ar arcPatrick
Patrick Calhoun of tho Ito railroad
Clhoull ralrad company companyand companyand
and W D 1 Mascn of the carmens cnenl compny compnyIInd associa association alcl associatbomm ¬
tion tol The carmen cnrwn threatened thratend to strike last lastmonth Ilt Iltmonth lastmonth
month when President Roosevelt
PIlldont Hoolelt was waahere washere 1
here hor but It wan WI finally flaly decided decdod to t refer rfer the thequestion thoqueston thequestion
question queston in I dlshuto dlhuto to t three thr arbitrators abltrtol arbItrator4iLh
I
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FtGITIVE FrGITIE KOODLERDVYS DOODLER RUES MIXES MIXESlira MIlJi MIlJiICrat7 MIXESKratr
lira ICrat7 17 Who 1110 It I Wanted ante In St Louis Lul Invest InvestIn 1rt 1rtII InVrStin
In II Mexican Iexllan Property PropertyArsriN Propt ProptAtBTJN PropertyArSTIN
ArsriN AtBTJN Tex Juno Jun 15 ISIt It Is il announced announcedin anoun anounin
in Guadalajara Guadalajar Mexico Melo newspapers nepapr this thareached thoreached thisreached
reached hero her todav toa that Kratz Krtz the fugi fugitive tUjZitlv fugitire ¬
tire tlv St LouIs boodler hAs purchased oiif oiifof Oll Ollof oiiof
of tho best hst mining properties In the State nf nfJalisco tm tmJallsco I
Jalisco Jallco a I short proPrtcs distance ditallo from frm Guada Guadalajara GuadalaJarand Gitadalajara ¬
lajara laJarand and that ho Is ii preparing preprilgto to work ork tho thomino tlwmIn liiimIne
mIne mIn on an extensive scale He ha hall made madeother mrlr mrlrotlr madeother
other otlr investments in that part of Mexico Mexicnand 1axC Mexicoand
and seems lml to bo preparing prpring prt to mike mie a pro prolonged prolonged prolonged ¬
longed stay in that country countryCity cuntry cuntryCI countryCity
City CI Accountant Stricken trlckl With lh Apoplexy ApoplexyWilliam Apople ApeplesWilliam
William Wilam J J Boll Bl an accountant aountnt who ha habeen h babeen i ibten
thn thnCommissioners thnCommlMlonrs theCommissioners
been for twenty twenty years I employed by
CommlMlonrs Commissioners of Accounts Accunts was stricken strickenwith trickenwith tcken tckenwith
with apoplexy yesterday yeterday while whlo at lt work workin workIn workin
in tho apploJr Ninth Municipal Court atlJlBt at 1 121st llIt itiot itiotand tre tet tetnnd < t tnnd
nnd Third avenue Municipl Ho Cllr has hl been bn going goingthrough goIngthrotigh Ing Ingthrough
through the books there for tho last four fourweek fOlr fOlrweektl fourweeks
week Mr Bell ll wa was removed to Harlem HarlemHospital Halem HalemHOllplal HarleniHospital
Hospital HOllplal where it is Ii Mid that he U I I no nolikely noIkoly nolikely
likely Ikoly to recover He Is 58 years yca old ami amilives alli allilve amuillives
lives lve at 261 ei West Wel 129th street streetNational stret stretNaUonal atreeNational
National Dank or Mexico Ielco to IncreaseCaplUl IncreaseCaplUlMEXICO InreeCaplal InreeCaplalMUlco IncreaSe Capita CapitaMExico
MEXICO Crrr Juno IS 15Te 15The The National NationalBank Naona Naonanank NaUonaiBank
Bank of Mexico Mexic has la submitted submitte a woposi wopositlon ppII ppIItlon posi positlon
tlon to its 11 shareholders sheholder to InorMUM e M capi capital cp a9 a9tat I Illlok ¬
tat lllok rtock from frm rota SOO 20000000 to t 12 2o 2L000QOQ 00000
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