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VOL 01 IXLNO LXX NO 318 NEV YORK YO RK VEDNESDAY JULY 15 1903 1903CopIia c ° p Ions > b > TAli St SIlII J Printina ° > io Gild < < PMakmu Amocbm PRICE J TWO CENTS CE TS I
Spirit Clings to Nearly NearlyExhausted NearlyExhausted NearlyExhausted
Exhausted Body BodyREPEATS BodyRErEATS BodyREPEATS
I IRccognizts
Recognizes Cardinals Who File FilePast FicPast FiePast
Past in Silent Farewell FarewellWilipiTH Farewell1fJJrlr FarewellbIper4 I
WilipiTH it Few Last Word of Advice lhlee to toCnnllnil 10Inrlllll toCardinal
Cardinal Inrlllll Satolll on tlio lie Defence Dlr nll of the theScriptures theNIII theIxpeeled
Scriptures NIII loit 1Iortciu lorl 11 Kxiiiilnallon KxiiiilnallonKxpwlHl I alltnlliol alltnlliol1XIIItld
KxpwlHl 1XIIItld to Reveal a tncrr lletr of ofIhc oftl ofthe
the tl Plcurlo lllurlo Cavil CaittNtght aISl5ht Night Bullclln Dlletn An Annoiniem AnnolllI An1oIlnL
noiniem nolllI 1oIlnL e That the Pallcnli Itatllt PtIeniI4 Strength Strengthlit
lit I Slowly but Ilt Surely Slrely IMmlnlihlnir IMmlnlihlnirpedal Imlnlshlnt Imlnlshlntrrrill lIniInlghI lIniInlghIrfclI
pedal Cable ble Dfipatcti ltpnlcllr lit to Tint Til TJnIronI HUM HUMFrom 1UN 1UNd
From TliESUxCrtrrcspirrleiu SUN d HrrsnleM at atRUMI Rome RomeIJuMK RomeI
1 frm l n
I IJuMK ml July H 10 P 1 M MTonlght ITonlght Tonight ro roport roJrl ropcrt
port Jrl f I the ropes Iop s condition ndlon nrn Rr am melt n nto RI RIto
to 0 wok every lfry one wish 111 that the end end might mightno
no InngT n r b 11 > delayed lllayrd Ke Ie ut hi literally ltorly dying dyingby
by Inches IndleMdegiirntiofl nchll nchllThe
1 The io degenrrntlon 1111 lrtlol of nature senile elio decay decayis doay doayt dCi dCijR
t is making mnkil inpid Jpid progress JJorer induced induCd chiefly chieflyby chiefy
by uric nri ncid Icld and other otllr poisons pUI pons onl which aro nroID aroIl arotJ I
eliminated by tho natural func functions ftrnctimR
ID Il longer lelgll lllmirlted ¬ I IHonK
HonK Indications hdlollloll of what hlt is II virtually virtuallyc vlrlualy vlrlualykral
kea c en I mortification Imrlicatol are plainly visible vi lhlo on onlie 01 01I 01j onj
j j IiI the lie limbK Jmnl and even OV on tho throat thrat yet tho thofpirit thoFpiril thopirit
fpirit refupea rrUlel to leave levo tho hopeknsly hoprkRly ex exhausted exfihItl ¬ i il
l hausted 111 lcd l body lXcy > and ad tho mind mid remains rmains clear clearthe cear clearthf I IJ
J the greater gllnter part of the time timeIt timeI
It I is j impossible even now to judge ju ge poet positively psl poetlirPly ¬
E tively what the immediate cause caUo of death deathwill Ieath Ieathwil deathwill
will wil be or At what hour the end Ind will wi come eomoIt cmo cmoI
It I may mR take tak the thl th form of cardiac car lac paralysis paralysisnr parlysnr
nr cerebral clrlhral anmmia armla lmmmia The body will wi not notsurvive nothlrhl nothurrive
survive hlrhl for many hours houl when once ono the thedying thoding thedying
dying Pontiffs Pontu Indomitable will wi succumbs succumbsyet succumbr
yet r he hI Mill ti takes tak interest Intlrest In the world worldIART worldURT worldIART
Several Irnl Cardinals Clrdlnals filed fed by his hi bedsidu bedsiduloday 1dllelo 1dlleloloda htlnidotoday
today loda taking silent sltlt leave Ilave of his HounefiB HounefiBUp 10111 10111II IoUuiisHP
Up II Biemed to recognize rlcognlz each of them thtf but butIn butII huth
In II h spoke to none savo a1 Cardinal Crdinal Satolli Satol to towlOm toIom towhom
whom Iom he vrhlbpered hlbJNd a few words urgln urginghim urglnhI urglnhim
him hI to his bl now duty of instructing Il trctng tho thoclergy thodergy th thclergy
clergy in defence dettne of the Divine Di11 inspiration inspirationof Inspimton Inspimtonot
of tho Scriptures Srlpturee against nttncks Ittckl originating originatingfrom orglntlng orglntlngfrom
from the recent recnt dlocovcrlon dl cocrl of ancient ancientrecords anctIt anctItlcords ancientiecorda
records lcords purporting purportnJ to show howim An earlier tarler and andprofane andprofane andprofane
profane origin otrin for portions porton of the Bible BibleMost Dble DbleMOBt BibloMoBt
MOBt of tho time Ur tlm the Popo pays pRy little 1tle at attention attenton attention ¬
tention tenton to his own condition conditon Pain Pall is i ab absent abBent nbsent ¬
sent but there ther la I a growing sense lfnse of pros prostration Pr Prtrtlon proatratIon ¬
tration trtlon Daring Dtrng his 18 Bcmlconccious Icmlcncloul in intervals InhTvnl intvali4 ¬
tervals he murmurs frequently froquenty in Latin LatinThy Ltin LtinThy Latinrhiy
° Thy will 1 bo b done doneThero cone coneThlrc doneThtro
Thero Thlrc were wer showers this evening olnlng and andi andll andht
ll i he Intensely damp heat heat and depressing depressingntmotpliero dlp deprcsilngatniopliero llng llngnlmo
ntmotpliero nlmo pllro cnn CI hardly harly fail to hasten hlten thu thuend thuNIl therid
end rid
Tho true lU6 naturo natur of the Popes Iope last Ilt ill 111ness 1 illness
ne ness s probably problly will wi not bo b disclosed dLl08et until untilaftur unti untiawr untilufur
aftur awr lib hl death dClth There Thort IB II the beat bt authority authorityfor authorlt authorltfor
for saying that the postmortem pltmorem examina examination oamlnoI ¬
tion I iln Iifl is il i4 expected to reveal fnIal a 1 cancer cancl in the thelilturio thekuro theikuriu
lilturio kuro cavity This is i I a return of the thedisease thelstln thedisene
disease lstln which manifested nUllt0lld Itself III In the theminor thoInlr thelnnor
minor Inlr which was wa removed from tho Popes Popeshido Popesilo Popeasiho
hido silo liireo llrt Iret years Ylars ago It is 11 the opinion opinionif
ot if his physicians phslclol8 that the Popes marvellous marvellousvitality rnarvehlouavitality
vitality would have kept him alive alve until untilh unti
h I I wan wn welt wel past pin lila hl hundredth year if ifii Itil IfII
ii v vPr ru f not 101 for this thl malignant malgnant growth growthTitr growthliin
Titr 1 Sirv HI Su correspondent is 1i forbidden forbiddenat
at the h present pllsent moment to quote hla hii author authority authoriy authorIty ¬
iy ity for rol this thl diagnosis dla no18 but If It wero erB given givenii
ii I would bo accepted without wihout question questionHIS quoRtlonilS
The iii h1 Popes Popeo nephews passed pn ed Monday Mondaynight Mon Mondaynight ay ayIlght
night Ilght in liis lit lii apartments vThe Tlio he Pope had hadneverit hadHeerl hindisevera
neverit Heerl isevera attacks atlcks of vomiting and at times timesloftt timeIrlt timesoflSCiOU4neiS
loftt Irlt consciousness consciousnessDunns oflSCiOU4neiSDuring nciou neHB neHBDurin
During Durin the th night the Pope POJe wns wal wa induced inducedto
to uke II Iak le n little IUle Tokny wine sent to him himby himby himby
by ih i h he Kmperor Jmplror rnperor Frincla Fr1ncl Fr ncI Joseph of Austria Austriabui Austri Austriabu
bui bi ho refused beef tea te despite dliito the en entreaties lntrel entreaties ¬
treaties trel ot Dr Lnpponi Lpponl Dr Lnpponi Lnpponinnd Ipponlnd
nnd Io nd ° I several enrl injections inject lonl Ions The swelling fwelng in inhe il inh
he 11 h legs II lg increased increasedTho incr8led incr8ledhn Incresellho
Tho hn physicians ph lcaM issued Ilsued tho following followingbulletin tolowln tolowlnhulellnat folovlnglulletinat
bulletin hulellnat lulletinat at 010 oclock this thi morning morningTncro morningT morningTre
Tncro T re is il no cln ch nge nlo in tho grave condlt condiion condiionor Ion Ionof Ionor
or th t Po Por Pope > HU pulse la I weakat WtJkot92rllra weak ot 92 respira respiration re4p1rion ¬
ion 111 30 temperature 3U8 3Bf 3G centigrade cntgrade 0788 0788degrees 078degrees 9783degrees
Tlit Tt Ih Tribuna sold N1 id today todlY that 1 his hi Holl Holliieia HoI ITohIir
iieia Ir Iir was beginning to lost 10 ha hi clearnetw cll rnf8 of ofmind ofIfllfll
mind 111 nnd Rnluterld uttered only n 1 few dlsponnocted dlsponnoctedpii8es clscoflctCd clscoflctCdrsl cilscnniiectedPrss
pii8es rsl When spoken to till Pontiff PontiffniTtnl Iontlt Ponthtltrtcd
niTtnl IlortN nrH Ifn thin thln his hi memory Tfnor rnnrnr rchirnwl rchirnwlIcHlinjc returnld returnldhtlin rcturnllcdin
IcHlinjc lcdin that the end end wan approaching approachingthtf approDrhlnr approadinthe
the Popi exprcMcd Xpll led a desire deire to see iCO Cardinal CardinalR CrdhwlRampcILI CudlnilIhmpoIa
R RampcILI IhmpoIa mpllii ih lht the Papal Papl Sccreury Scre1ry of State Statea StateaHIC
a aHIC ono They TI1Y wwo lro tcgother lbothr for same time timeUpr timeLtpr
Upr tlio t rn Iopo nflkrd Ilkltl to hnvo ha tho Fran Fnnciacnn F Francus n i icin
ciacnn cin cus an icmdiaion emIMio n h1ction pronounced ponounced us ho li limeiriLer I In Iia
n meiriLer nllLtr of that ordT This hl wns as done donoby donuII doneby
by II CnrdliwI 4Irln II Vives Vlvl y Tuto TutoAft TutoAftt I
Aft AI r recniving r cl vlnl the benediction benedicton his Hnli HnliiM Iol iTohrR
iM rR UcBwsd bl l ed the Cardinal and an the tht Fran Frantiscii FranhCIL Franlct
tiscii lct nrr The Cardinal Clrtlnal Is I boih hu h a alipiiolim al aptiel
lipiiolim l pUrhi1 ptiel and a Franciscan FranciscanOne Jrancllan JrancllanOne J ranclacanOne
One report r por Mid that the Popes delirium deliriumncro dllum dllumfncr lehiriumlner
fncr ncro ei ec during the day and and hi hlK lucid lucidIn
In rviilj wero Wtr of tt irucli Juch tiici shorter shortor rlurutlori rlurutloriHo Ilurtan IlurtanI
Ho I muttered 11Ucrc unintelligibly uninteli ly and fancied fanciedIm tancledhl
Im hl h snv I npparltioni npprlUOI and ald heard Btrango Btrangonow RtrangcflOL3 trangonoL
now flOL3 Ho le jf mado lado jrrert gEt efforts torts to over overC overConle overrone
C Conle ° i > i8 tha state of mind and nnr sometimes sometimesITi somClhnl I
flF rija nan OnT nUILEnN nuxLErzlnkonight
I Ii
i I ITi folUnliif rJwlll Imllnlht huotn Inillol In woo WI aa Issurd at It 8 8Inelc I 811e
Inelc lnkonight tonight tonightTw
Tw 11 day was WIL rather calm with short in inrvals InlrvalM intPrvah
lrvalM rvals < It > t loss 1l cleprcfwion deprl lan Tin Il put puLk Is Isk II hi hiWak I
Iall k at 88 respiration rCfplratol 32 temperature wmpratur trnperaturoI i
3 36 8 centigrade cntlga 8824 182 degrees degrts Fohrwnholt Fa nh < i il
J l I
Tho fh Popo POlttncth Popri strength h 1llowl h slowly but progretri progretriIvoly progrels progrelsly progreisIvuly
Ivoly ly diminishing diminishingIt diminllhlnl
It I is statt stat d that when hel hieai tho Conclave Cnclnvl meots meotsTcr ml ts tsI
Tcr I 1 the dcct fl kCtUii < ctiiu I d T tlu 11 th mv nlv nc w Popo Iop Si Slhor SlhorMnrthl ihur ihur7TartIiu hur hurITarthu
ITarthu Mnrthl d lAntas Al < Vntas I a the Ult Portuguese lortugul Ambassa Ambassador AmblUla AmblUladUI Ambiusatlui ¬
dUI to the Vatican VIUIM aa l a drn loan of tlu th Diplo Diplomatic Dlplolalic Diploinatie ¬
matic lalic Coriis or will wi ihl take the U i lolc iolko < olito regulation rcsulationof 1culaUoJ
of r th tht > Conclave Cndl In Il other olwr words ho hl hi will willbecome wmleomt willlsconie
become leomt the intermediary illICdlllY between btwln thy thyPowers thJIowlrl th thPowers
Powers Iowlrl and the povlslonul p oLlonnl government govununentof govcnllmt govcnllmtot
of tin tll Holy Htly So Ss > for the thl imrjxBi lu Uflxi of f ov oxhnp hang hanRing hanglog
log 1Ig vommunicntions tmmwtcatloni while hlo th3 th Cardinals Cardinalsnr Cardials Cardialsar
ar > shut 1hut up He 10 will wi maintain direct IlfCt re relations reIltlon relations ¬
lations Iltlon with tlm th secretary Hcretal of the Coualstorlal CoualstorlalCongregation Conwitoll CorzelstorlalCongrrgntion
Congregation which whih roprcsonts npnfntl tho pro provUU fro lrovklenal
vUU vklenal 1 INll tial government goverment to tim 1m church outaidu outaiduof ouwlo
of the l1 Conclave ConclaveCAUGHT Concaw Conclave1t
Manpjlcd lanllll llrakenmn UralIIIU In Long Iolr lilanil Ilanl City CityItreeIM < Ity ItylUrcets I
lUrcets Ulrel t Work ork of Urlease UrleaseWedip Ulleue UlleueWeId 1tcIeeVedged
Wedip Vedged > d in 11 between tho tender of a 1 de derailed deralclocoloUvo derailed ¬
railed ralclocoloUvo locomotlvo and a colliding toldlng passonger passongercar plnjr plnjrCar
car Car for moro than an hour John Fallen
24 years Ytars old a member mltnlr of tho drilling crow crowIn crol crowIn
In tho yard of tho thl Ijong Island Railroad RailroadIn Ralroud RalroudIn
In lying Jmj Inland City directed dJr ctd the tht work workof workor workIf
of If extricating hla hil hiI mangled Innllled body bdy from fromthe tromtho fromthe
the wreck wfck while whio horrorstricken horrrstricken upecta upectators Ipca Ipcatur 8pcctators
tors tur looked on onFallon onFalon OnFallen
Fallen Falon was wa attached nWtl1d to locomotive 101 101which IO IOwhich 19which
which is Ii l said tail to bo b the hoodoo hoooo engine olgll of ofthe ofthe f ftho
the yard He reported rporled for duty at at 0 oclock oclockInst oclockIlst oclocklast
last Ilst evening eVllnl and ten minute minuter later lalr tho noeL nccidcnt RCe noeLdent
dent occurred occurrd In 11 pulling puling u train out Olt of oftho orthe ofthe
the yard nrd tho crew crw attempted utlmptec to make n nflying 1 aflying
flying fying switch In crossing crollng tho switch switchthu Iwltlh IwltlhIho switchthit
thu engine Ingito jumpe jUIfP I tho track trck Fallon Falon was wason wason wason
on the front trnt platform platorm of passenger plsnler car cr 110 110which 1 110which to tobch
which bch cut nldeways into the tender tel or of the thederailed tH thedeialhed
derailed dFIulli locomotive locomotve and aneboth both his hlo liI legs leg wero werowutght weroIught werecaught
caught close clol tn tho hips hipI bet b bttwin twrpn won tho tender tenderami tNldrIml tnderunit
unit Iml tho wrecked wrecld passenger pl ngr car carUoth carBoth carBoth
Both legs l gl wero crushed crl l1d but despite his hisInjuries hisIljurie hisinjuries
Injuries Iljurie Fallon Fa Rlon lion never lpvcronc once lost 10HtcllcouJneBI 10HtcllcouJneBIaud cotuciouncsn cotuciouncsnand
and quietlY directed lir rcd tho crowd of anxious anxiousworkmen Rnxiuul Rnxiuulworkmen anxiousworkmen
workmen Father Conklln of St Marys MarysChurch llarY1 MarysChurch
Church was nmong nmonl the first flt to t arrive Ho Howas J lEewas
was wa closely followed roUowo by Dr William Wiiil J Frye FryeItoallzing FryeHealzing FryeRealIzing
RealIzing Healzing that Fallens llonl chances of being beingukon beillgIk beingtakii
ukon Ik < f out alive Uve were wer small smal Father Conkliti Conklitiadministered Cnkll Conki1iadministered
almuIRtere administered the last Ilst rites rllB of the 111 Catholic CatholioCmrcb Cnlholo CnlholoCmrlh CatholicCmrehi
Cmrcb Cmrlh to the lie injured InjuJ1 man mli Fallen Falon when whenreleased whenreh whenreleased
released reh o was wa wa taken to St St Johns John Hospital HospitalIt 10spitill
It ia 1 thought tholght that I his Injuries are fatal tatal Ho Holives Jo Jolvel Holives
lives lvel at Webster Weh tfr avenue avCnuo and Ninth inth street street1jng IMot IMotlnng streetLong
Long Inland Itlaml City CityX Cit CitXEUIUES ity ityEOIWS
Texas Ofllolal llarreil IlrnI From a I School SIlool lie lieMime le leRUII Beeniie
Mime RUII He 1e Was tS 1ontless 1ontlessAUSTIN tontlciiAusT1 01UI 01UIAURTl
AUSTIN AURTl Tex Jly J ly M HCol Col EInm Lr Hen Henderaon Hendelon Henderon
deraon delon former tormfr member 1tlhtr of the Lojwi ItgilHUl < tiire tiireand nrc nrca
and a nil a leading ItdlnA Democratic ho politickn poltc I z of oftho oftho ofthe
tho St Sttl Stnte te wr9 wr rs recently rlcenly iippointcd apeciiii apeciiiitxnminer Ipcc specizilxaniiner 1 1l1minr
txnminer l1minr of the students 11 lmts it the Stele Stlta Nor Normal Norma lr ¬ I Ii
i mal ma School for Xepiroes NI frot nt lt this place by byArthur byrthtu I
I Arthur Arhur rthtu Lofevn 1lflrl State Stltl Superintendent of ofKducrtion arI ofttiction
I Kducrtion l IICtion It W WHH tts H Col oJ oh Hendersons Hendflonl duty dutyto dutyto hlt hltto
to furnish the list lst of examination IXIH1illtlon questiona questionaand clltKtlnns clltKtlnnsnud qtistIcnaand
and to see 10 that the I1 exaininntion examlnltton wis con conducted C cuiidueLed U Uducted ¬
ducted honestly honestlyTho Ilomttly IlomttlyTho honestlyThe
Tho weather wlathr is il very warm WHI vi rio and n ud Col ColHenderson CoIItendersori oj ojHendcrlon
Henderson Hendcrlon went to the Normal School Shool in inKla InIds inlila
Ids shirt sleeves sleov aeove Ho WPS W I met mtt rt the tn door doorby doorby doorby
by the negro nego superintendent Auprlntendtnt end t ncl told that thathe thrt thrthe thathe
he could not enter unless unlrts unrs4 he wore worj n co cot cotCol eotCcl t tCol
Col Col Henderson Ilmdellon ws wr H 4 highly Incensed over overwlut oerwlut overwhw
wlut whw t Im tfrmed tllel ttiecrroginco tllllogln t he nIrogt no of the negro ivgroond I negroand gr grnnd
and informed Informp1 the thl latter Inter thnt ho hI would wouldperform wouldperform wouldIerforn
perform his hii ofTtcir ofed duties cortlrsti 10tIf or rot rotat lCt lCtC DOtIt
at C t all 11 Tho ho negro IWr vas ns joined by Iy other otherteachers ofe otherteachers
teachers 1 her8 of the institution iMllttlol and the edict edictwas tlct tlctwas edictwas
was firmly frmly adhered ndllred to by them themPol I hicixioh
Pol 01 Henderson Jndeton returned rlHune1 to town with withthe withtho withithe
the exu ex initiation minllol questions in his pocket pocketnnd pticketa
nnd a ml tho t he examination examinat Ion of the t he students ItUNlt for forliachera for1cllrs fortnichiera I
liachera 1cllrs licenses lcensed will 11 ill not be Ie held Illd Tlio Tliowhite Thowhlto Thiowhite
white citizens cillzn cit izena of the town lownle I own P re much mucharolltd mucharolltdTho a roused rousedTbo rotxsxdiho
Tbo local papers pnperf uphold Col 01 oh Henderson Ieulh101 In Inilia 11 In1ih I
ilia hit action letlol and sy 1y tlmt tilit a I revival rev 11 ur if tho thoKukluic tlwuklux thx thxKik1ux
Kukluic uklux treatment trCtmelt of the Ih negroes llgro would ould bo bon L Ln bea
n good goo tiling tilingXEW t thingXEII ng ngW
No 0 the Directors Drtllor Will 111 Not Make lllle Some SOIl of ofthe ufIht orthe
the Oianjces Omrlls Proposeil ProposeilIt lrolloSdI
It I was W decided ocidld yoserdny YI erIIY wfter lifer a 1 meet meeting le neetlog t tiUI ¬
log iUI between representative mpre entntl of tho firm firmof frm frmof uleniot
of Cari6re Caf Cari re > V t IlriiiliiKA Jrflhl A and nnt the Metropolitan MetropolitanOpera MetropolitanOpera 1Itlopoltal
Opera and ald Heal Estate Company olpany to aban abandon RUt abandon ¬
don the thl most 1011 radical chnnges chlnl clxix nges ll conteniplatod conteniplatodin contemplLtol contemplLtolin
in tho lie Metropolitan letrpltan Opera Opr House HrUSI building buildingThcso huidlnl hiidiugllicso
Thcso cliaiicw chall were wer Intcndod Inellol to maim rnakoroom maimlOlm rnaIeroom
room lOlm for a ltrgo foyornntho foyer on the Thlrtyniiti ThlrtyniitiBlreet ThlrIYlit1 ThlrIYlit1Ilrll
street Ilrll t side of tlo t he building hlidllj to t bo hI nc nccostiblo 1 1f sccessiblo
costiblo f lblo from the boxes ioxw on n tho tl lii grand grandtier grandtier rand randtier
tier nnd the tle pnnorre pnnorreThe prl parlerierue err errThe
The change will wi not bomadennd le1Idlld be made and beyond beyondtlin IJeyol1 IJeyol1tll OVtfll OVtfllthin
thin tll new lew curtain pmpeceiilnm 11fe pr 5eeilI < cnlnl arch nnd nnddocor xiiiddecor ld ldcor
decor cor tlonsof tions 11 thcpnitei thc pllte pox to iolMicsnoclinnge iolMicsnoclinngewill 0 hnxetno no CholI CholIwi cluinges cluingeswill
will wi bo made It w vss e 1 found Iuuld that t11 the 50000 50000Mibecribed 5OO 5OOstilribec1 OOO OOOluIJErlbtd
Mibecribed luIJErlbtd would ould not be hl enOUgh tlol h to niako niakolie mal niakothe < o ote
te the lie changes dllttl properly properlyThe ProPerlYIhio
The 10 directors dlrotor of o the t lie Metropolitan letropJlton xi Opera Operaand OptmInl Operaand
and Inl Heal Estnto Company orpIY refused leflfcd to in incrnnBe 11 11Crte ineronse
crnnBe Crte the iillowuico 1 < allo for alterations nlentlons alt erirt hens rn rnthe 01the inI
the I Ire ground jround that I it HI I t is > not intended Iltendqllo hut erid xl to t o use usotho U8etll usethe
the tll prenent building bultlng for mere than tmn five flvoveirs 10 10rs fivevexrs
veirs rs IIent At At the tlt end of that time lmo a now nowiipera nlwvpern newU
iipera U pexa house houll IOtISC is to bo I io built hlt uptown lipto wn Hoin Hoinrieli 1011 Ji ii iirich
rieli rich Conrieds Couriedl lease 10IRI will wi then II1n havo hlo expired expiredLAYS expiredrdIu
l Jlk hich ck llnvrrlyN IRlr IIaerI Old ul Ailvnnce lh11Ct Agent llt ClinrRril ClinrRrilMl ClnrrI1 CllargxxIfull
Ml full 11 111 Uursnr UursnrMOUNT Ulr UurnrMOUNT llr > I IOUNT
MOUNT OUNT VERNON N Y July M HFrnk 14Frank Frank C CWebnter CWel I IWebtor
Webnter Wel > tter o or Mount Vernon exnon formerly formery ad advance ttlyahoo ¬
vance ynlct agent ultnL fur Col Co Jack Jlck Havcrly Hayerl tho thonilriHtrel lhomlnstrl lie lienilntiei
nilriHtrel mlnstrl king was Rl arraigned fljrld todny In Intho intile I Itho
tho polico plIo court tvurt on 01 tho charge hal of burglary burglaryH I IH
H us offered olered a ovel deienwo defeli II Il lie contended contendedtlmt Imute
tlmt I h 11 hit ii tq hint 1lther her Frederick lrcderik Webntor vobct blllcl ex an anAionvlct 11 11I nixt
I Aionvlct lonvlcl convtc WIH IM the Ih burgiur IJIigll Webwor tiiioi 1111 vaN wnscharged Wit vaNehxirgext
charged with wit h onwring Im orinl to hnrdvvnro hlrdiHu hard i x u eioro eioroot cuiroci Lro i
ot llolnt JunF hn JI Uni 1f and 111 stealing bteuhn rovolvers rovolversand rtlolveralld rovoiveisand
and oilier artioies artioiesTho lLrto4eIlio ftOot 1 1he
Tho he Clltr prisoner plI llr Hays MIYI that on 01 the tw night nightthe n nightthe ht I
lila brother brotherFrederick brotherredtifck
committed r rlrtlrck
the robbery was WCI bmll
tht Frederick lrtlrck A ho 10 ii had hld just come cme from Texns Texnsvvah Tvxlt Iexii Iexiias I IWt
vvah as visiting him FretlTick 1orck he PIIJH PIIJHUrrowed f1 iris irislrrowird > I
Urrowed I Jrrowf1 his hil coat and dit dlbIPPcod ipncnrod duiiug duiiugtin JIIII
tin ovnnlnK Later ho returned retrnu with the therjliindor theplunder theplunder I
tl plunder ovollJI Frnnk rllk tutor th tb > stolen nlon property propertynway pr petty Pftyaway pettyttvay
away and Ipd a NI induced llJue d hia hil brother brltmr brot tier to gel C out outil outll outI
il I the I he oU oUTo fit oitto > I
ll To Mib4antlntu his illtempnt ststemnt t itomi > nt WdJller Velmter Velmterintroduced Veiistermt
introduced Inlroducld mt roductxl ullntato a 1 record rtord slue thle sent eiit to him by byto j jMio I I Itho
Mio to prison IJrlln niithoritles luLhorilJ of Texns exus showing showingtnat tio ssiug ssiugtxiat i itnat
tnat Frodnrick FrldorloJ Webster WehLt eItet had been tcen bet It up upun upun upin
un four cxnrgtel < v Ilr > aratS II including iclurlnl lobbory and andassault andal 1111ruisnult
assault al ault and 1111 that Im h mado iad two attempts attemptslo IleJllIIH
to blow up lP L1 tho priion with wih dynainito drlluito Wcb Wcbter WIhre Vehrex I
rex re had hlll hun mvisral soreril lorlll I of t > his hil neighbor rlciphbor in court crouth cruitI j jI
h I I tisify ttif ilni Illl I lu wu Wt honwi Tlieattornuy Tlieattornuyfor llie lu ftttoi1i07 I
for thu lie hardware hardw T firm fnu UTicd ul 11 thnt WclisUr aluJ01 s sstory f fHtory sstory
story could ou not lut bo IJ truo boyauso IO Ioeitiiqe IIAO it must 11t ipiusthavt I I Ihave
have have tnlrm two imn 11 to I raiso rnile tho heavy heavywindows hllWYwindow heavyvindowz
windows of tin htom htomJudeo atm tOi ci ciTUIgo I IJudro
Judeo liontKH hold the tho priwirtr pifrr In ilOOO ilOOOnill ilOO ilOOhl 1000 1000tahl
Judro Jfmrwlt
nill hl for the iriind irCJd Jury TIIY Ho Ju lb fuinihlied fuinihliedtho rllllh1 rllllh1Ihu lux iriiiod iriiiodho
tho ho bfiil ul1 niil gtl wiirt iulmsiMl iulmsiMlllralienmn selaetillrac015h
llralienmn Irallllln Inlifrlts 1lllrlt MIKOOO MIKOOODanny t4taO4lTinny IJIIU IJIIUDalny
Danny Dalny M < ioU III ieh vho ho for jomi OU li11i lou mu lron LtIn a arirnheiiiai ILhrlel1 ahriikeiixzi
hrlel1 rirnheiiiai ii on Oi iho t ItO Lnrlcawrmn llcwnnl TaeIcnvt riru Hnlliond Hnlliondinw Inllnd Inllndhll hiahliondhas
hll has inw fallen tIIOI heir hell Pci r to SrTiOW rtI 5xA by v tlO tI t I douth ties thi of ofrelative ofa
a relative rclailve in Tevis eXIH His Hs friends f1end among nmongho amon amontho amongthio
tho ho railroad ralroRd men Iln In Hnliokcn 10n Mid aid yostarday yostardaylint 3stmJay yesteidaythat
lint thlt the windfall wlndtal will wi not 10t induce Indlco him to to4uit toquit
quit his h job
That Mule lldon 41 Votes otIS liwt II > t One Onl More 1Ioro Titan TlianWin Tlan TlanWI TitanxIs
Win WI xIs Needed Neldell to Hold 1011 Up Completion COllllelol of ofManhattan ofUanhattan ofIanhattan
Manhattan Ilrlilgi DrldlcThe Tho Hoard Uoar Talks TalksIolltlcs TalksluUtes TalksJolltlcs
Iolltlcs luUtes ami ali KniliiccrlnR Insilrerlnc Mixed MixedWith JUXld JUXldWith MixedWith
With tho help of eight IU publican Ulllblcan > Alder Aldermen Aldclmon Aldermen ¬
men tho Tammany members momblrl of the board boarddefeated boar boarddefeated
defeated dccntcd ycntorday yerlurday the tie 10553000 165 3O appro appropriation npproprlatlon approprlatlon ¬
prlatlon arktd arkod for by Bridge Drl gu CommiKiJoner CommiKiJonerLlndetitlial CommllIloner CommllIlonerLindentltl CoxxinibxlonerLlilhZithilLI
Llndetitlial Lindentltl to flnlsh the Manhattan Manhatal Bridge Bridgawith Drdge Drdgewith Bridgewith
with his hi eyebar cables ca let Four our out of these theseeight tso tsoeight t hesoeight
eight Itcpublicun Ilpublcan Aldermen Alderen belong blong to Man Manhattan Maxihiattan lan lanhattn ¬
hattan hattn They hoy are Aldermen Mathews Mathowsand llatows llatowsand Mathewsand
and Jones Jonls who come from the Twenty Twentyfirst Twentyfirst wenty wentyfht
first Assembly Mtcmbly district of which Abe M BAbeGruber AbeGrubcr AbeGruher
Grubcr Is leader Alderman Alderln Whittaker Whittakerwho Whittker Whittkerwho Whrlttakerwho
who represents rpI enlH Capt F Norton orton Uoddarda Uoddardadistrict Goddrds Goddrdsdistrict Goddardshistrict
district and ald Alderman IlolmeH Iolmel who was wasrrtunied WI WIrttuMel wasrturned
rrtunied rttuMel from George II Bid Didll Bidwells wells Ia where whereI whIre whIre1nU1 whereIsOITittCl
I 1nU1 IsOITittCl > nmol E Qulgg Qulj resides The he other lie Itepubllcan lt liepubllcan
publlcan publcan Aldermen who aided nleld Tammany Tammanyto TnmmRIY
to delay ddlY work on the Ih new bridge bridgl wero weroMeisre wer wer1c veroMessrs
Meisre 1c sI Alt Dierner Dcmel Bennett and Holler Hollerof Holer Holerat
of Brooklyn BrooklynWithout BrooklynWithout I
Without tho llt thi assistance aitItnnco of these Itepub Itepublicaiw Iepub IepubHca Itepubhlcans
licaiw Hca Tammany TammLI ruuld tluld not huvo hn 0 held up upthe upth uptile
the th appropriation aplroprllttol It I n r quired fox tOlty ty votvn votvno vokato I
10 o defeat dlflat tho grant rnt and ali with wih ithi tho tl hit eight dlht in included 11 11cludc Includd ¬
cluded cludc Tammnny Tamnan had fortyone None ono of oftlio ortl oftilt
tilt tl eight would give any nn explanation txplanatol of his hisaction hi hiaelon lilaaction
action aelon at the cloto clOo of the meeting ledll except exceptthat eJcept eJceptthlt exceptthat
that thlt he h wns oppond olPo < d to tho til lie eyebar cable cableIt cableIIH
It IIH is doubtful if any one of tho eight would wouldknow wOlle wouldknow
know nn eyebar cable if ho m mlt t it in II the thofctrect thebtrect
fctrect fctrectAn btrectAu trcc I
An Al clement ement in the thl Aldermanio Al rmlnlo fuss fl s over overtho orthe overthe
the bridge Is 11 tho light lght that is It being made madebetween madoIwtwNm madebetween
between the American Anlrlenn Bridge rdgo Company Companyand i ia11
and tho Iivi1iling Ikt Jng company com pan If I Mr llr Lin Lindtntlml UnIhnthnl Lintlntlial
dtntlml had his way In tho carrying carryln1 out 011 of ofhis 01his I
his plans plns for tho eyebar cable clbl tho only onlybidder onlybWder
bidder In sight for the contract would bo bothe I bethe I
the American Bridge lrldgo Company because becausethnt blCal bvcauothat o
that thnt concern concIr is the only one on In 11 this country countrywhich countl countrywhich I
which has hlH u plant capable of turning turing out outtho outthe I Ithe
the forty and sixtyfeet steel stee bars bari On tho thoother thoother theother
other hand hlnd as was WI1 shown Fhownln In the case cle of tho thoWllliumsburg theWlllm thoWllhiamhurg
Wllliumsburg Wlllm burg Bridge lrdge tho Roebling Iocbln com company compmy cornpany ¬
pany would uld probably bo tit tm folo 1010 ol bidder bidderif bidderI
if I it wero decided to suspend su plnd tho thl super superstructure superetructure ¬ I Istrctur
structure strctur from who wllo cables clblei Tammnny TammnnybcMdeH T TarrinianyICilkS lmany lmanyblidlt
bcMdeH blidlt siding tldirll with tho RoeblingH Rothlngl Is credited creditedwith crlted crltedwlLh creilitedwith
with being anxious nnxloul to delay tan tl giving gllg out outof outor outof
of the big bl contract contrct untIl unl next 11Jt January Januarywhen JallI Januarywhen
when wh she he hopes hopci to come back to power powerSenator POWII powtirriator i iSimatol
Senator Simatol rriator Patrick PltrI If McCarren 21cClrln was 11 at the the1ieetlng therieetliig I IIcetlng
1ieetlng of the Aldermen Aldlrucn Ho 11 talked with withnil withcli
nil ni the he Democratic JllocJte Aldermen from Brook Brooklyn UrOk UrOkYI Broeklyn ¬ I
lyn and Ilel a ott made nlilo no 10 eocret fIt of the t Ire fart that t hat his liismifrfion hislill hisxiikton
lill YI tle Ie appropriation appropriationthnnipli approprIationt
mifrfion iall wrs wrl to get Ilt approprlliul
thnnipli I hIl 1111 Itrooklyn Irollvn wumed WIIC tie 11 bridge bridgehe brdge i ihn
he told lll tho men 111 from that t I at borough bOluUIh He Healso lt
also nl 0 Is > did I RI a lot It 1 Ii 0 it I telephoning tllep t lin log and a 11 nxt it is j > umler umlerKUoiI unI unIn1 uniel
KUoiI 5 n1 11 I tiuii Ihll t I in ho CLlicit c llett up ii ClmilcH CIxa hark xi F 1 F Mtirphy Mtirphyi llurphv irx rpi y yI I II
i i IH shed Ilid the t he baits Ilater of nil ul a It tlie te t be Ttunmnny Ttunmnnyii lxi lrrln lrrlnb noon ny nyja
ii 10 to 0 1 110 xe 0 hit intluence inlhlnce with AUiernen AUiernenStOlivrti AluHlen Aluernexixi I IdlrHI
StOlivrti xi and Iml McCiill ICCHI to havethe have hl he tliiant tliiantCiniiiiileoreiKirt Fnlu1t FixuixietCiiuaitlco
CiniiiiileoreiKirt Cullitleo Ciiuaitlco rlTKrt report favorably on 01 tho scheme schemeAs 1Ile 1IleA sehie me meAs
As A a I nutter m1tlll of fact frc the tlo Tammany Tnrranv zoom memIIPIH mel zoomhjts
IIPIH 1111 of ti > cuniinlttev 1lunltlw did sign iln a 1 favorable favorableleport frw favorxldeI > hle I IJ
leport J port lull 514 s afterwnrd Htrlwlrll came care out tl tley tleydid thy y ydid
did 141 merely JIn flItrxV to get the I he matter maier mat ter before hdurelh hdurelhOI the thoIIOIIKO I Ihioxiso
IIOIIKO OI They The knew kntw in advance a llcO that tley tleywere tlI tloyere I
were ere to have hnvt the vote Otl of tho eight Clght Repub Republic Repuhlc ¬
lic na naWlien nsWhen naWhen
When the report wes reached r ache1 McCnll McCl McCalladmjttoj i iadmitted
admitted Idmilo1 that reprt ho and Sullivan SUUfl hnd signed signedil lirn > d dII
il becnuMe blUI otlivrwlfe l there Ihr would wolid not han liavIeon have havea
Ieon 111 a illcient tcilnt number numhel of wmes 19ei on tho thoilocument thocotumclt t Ito Itodoctixtiexit
ilocument cotumclt to mako 131 a I qucnui querlill of o tho com comTiiittco coinyrtittee I Iilt
Tiiittco ilt O McCnll I1CC llal all made lade the first flrlt speech speechrgtlnst spetvhIegehliMi pPt h hIKdlt
rgtlnst IKdlt the grant rnt of the tie appropriation appruprlalol II III Ii I II
I can reading Iedin from a long IOIJ typewritten typewrittenntniwnenrcbviously IYIowrl tyewrlt tll ten tenstaxernelit
ntniwnenrcbviously ItalllollciouIYllrlwn staxernelit ebvicusly drawn up by h some 10 i I no noncquainted noUtIlLlted oxixtqriaittt
ncquainted UtIlLlted ed with lt Ii enuineoring cIIIIterinl g elms 1l111 t which whichrltli8tel whIchirht j jcriticised
criticised irht rltli8tel leiserl the oyobnr ofbnl OVefl r en able bio system syst sWI em but butleirn I II
leirn I w he hl had 11 got ot half way through I IIIh hn hnore 10orl Ieore
ore up the 111 document docullnt und lld begun hfKII an ntirck ntirckMI
MI 1 U Ie motives JotheH XnOt ives of CoiviinlHHloner ColilflolH1 Linden Lindenthai Jlndlu Jlndlutml lAncleiit
thai tml t ha I Ho fo In derlpipd dl leelt < IIIPI r ed that thlt t bitt there Ilere I I ire wns wal as a I nigKer nigKerin li ii iggerI lel lelil
in il I It the I hl lx a woodpile woodpie vood pile snmewlioro loletdow soniew I ore and tH11 a un asked askedthe Ilh1 Ilh1til ask cxl cxlt
the til t I ix > Board HUlld lbs UI to t 0 i lj1 eject tie II t t x appropriation appropriationuntil aJPrplation aJPrplationunti a i > PrPd t ion ionuntil
until unti Tammany cull 1 > 1d locate tho little litileuniKy littlePrslInt llu lluO
uniKy i iPresident
I Ilther
O President sldtnt Fornrs Fonll Alderman Atlrl tclerma it Dmill Doul end endtither RII andiithier
tither lther In members 1tmlerl suoko po o fur ful nearly 11 xie ry rhy nn hour houron 101 iiotiron II
on 01 pynbars fYIbarl Hteel sI 111 id pins lill tensile hm le strengths strengthstho Itlm stiengt III ls lsthu
tho Iln edect fel of the atnwHpheru ntrfHphero on 01 onsteel exposed exposedstiwl t IId i ir111
steel rnd r111 like 11 wibjocts Ilbjl f nnd 1111 nest ret of the thuAldermen tlmAldelmen the4tkiexnlen
Aldermen Aldelmen reii Ielltd > d to the committee r01litll room roomfor ICOn icontfor
for n I clniiio lallll of < t smoke wke It was not lnt until unti untiltltlormaxx I IAldorm111
Aldorm111 Parsons larcl KO got ot up lp xi that tllt theo was wasnnv wa wasBuS I IITI
BuS ITI interest 111t1t HIT urfuffl need in II the 110 I lie debate dchnf leluix e Mr MrParsons Milnxsns I
Parsons 1111IS wns wal the lh flst to iruike 1IIIe xxiii Ice the Ill awer awerticn 11111 asserI
ticn licl I ic xi thnt I Ira t the t he whnlo cmeslion qltIlol iilts iou win vxi 11 s one OlO of ofpolitics ofpolllrA 1 1polities
politics politiesflxi i iThis
polllrA This flxi hl Is I not 10t the ft Ir first ret t tliio thll that that Tamivnny TI11nn TI11nnha TarnannyJilts I Ihas I
has ha held hlll up lp appropriations npropriat loris for tinprovo tinprovoments jJIf bit pi pixnentM
ments 1111 ho said Tuimnnny utnmnny held hlll up for forsome tOI10mI forsonic
some time I the Ihl I he appropriation for ro1h the lii Wllllnmh Wllllnmhburg Wlhll VihIianwburg I Iblrc
tme nprroprlatlon
burg blrc Bridge Ilidgt and U for fifteen tftPI months It held heldup hlduJ heldUI
up UI tlw th Ii rapid trnn tmnii transit it project I appeal nppcolto
uJ to tle t lo rrrmbcrs frlherR of this thi board not to t ullow ullowTuniinai I 11110Wiit low
Tuniinai iit 11111 ni tlI rant y to continue Conlh1e coot lixtie toclfly locAY I its ii It holdup holduppolicy hC11p hC11ppolcv hold up uppolicy
policy polcv wit wllh h regard rlord to publlo plbl < ImprovemenU improltnlt inrovei1tei1tsI j jI iJ
I responded Alderman Sulll SijIllvan i ivnn Inn
nm xi in sorry Iorrv rt poudld Aldlrmll Sul
van nn hut thlt Mr Jr 1 Parwins all 1ms hl nwde 1111 this thl mutter mutterpolltkvil Inl xnatttrri 1
I to toll him himtlwtTpmniany himIItT himt
ri polltkvil dlHCUHsion dl lnn want tll I
101tllul II
I tlwtTpmniany IItT t hrttT tm1 xnnxat is 191n In favor tlnOrOr of bulldipc buiding brldros brldroshit hrdr hrilCeIxtLt
hit not lrldgi I riIge4 H of tho Fort Iort that aro 11t coii coiidcmnoil IIUIImnl1 exxtletnnei
dcmnoil IImnl1 tt lot I Irldjl by competent lOlplttlt eornpet silt enplnwrB 1 enp 1f11rs inrra When WhenMr W V h he n iiMr I I11f
Mr Parsons 1111011 speaks pllls about Iholt Tammany 1llllny hold i iurn IUI
urn 11f UI lie IH I getting off or if baby Illhy talk bi bluIO Ijecatise IjecatiseIrx > causo causoTominnny
Tominnny Irx nxinin Hall 111 I all has hlH doi doxt more lore I for this thi t his > ad adminlhtrnllon nt administration
111111 ministration min4rilon limn Iml any other olhlr party vart In 11 this thisrenter th thgrlntr therPfltfr
renter clty it3 Tammnny Tnmll1Y has h81 shown IhowI or ormight 0 0r
grlntr i
r I might say will 11 chow in n day or 01 two twothiil twothnt tvithat
that thnt lijht a Republican Iwp 11 blln oxlfader oxImter I mean Ilan Dock DockCommissioner Dookolml IockCommissioner
Commissioner olml lonI IIuwkoH Hawkel bins hl8 done dunt morn rnrn to toretard 10rFtnrt tortarcl
retard public plbHo Improvements Imploerpnlt In this Ihil tlti city citytliin iy ity ityhoc
rFtnrt hoc 1111 nry Iry one else insidoor 11sldI iniiJi or out of the tnt ld ldmlnfntrtlon tntminfetratioti i inilnlnlratlon
nilnlnlratlon nilnlnlratlonAfter mlnfntrtlon minfetratiotiAfter
After the moetlng mltng Mr II Sullivan Rlllvln was WIS asked askedIf Rfkld RfkldIt askedIf
If hr h lie was WRI hinting nt some now develop developmeat covJlop developmont i imellt
meat in the tl dock Injury Inllr In Itiry hut he refused to tofay 10a toav
fay a av anything Inylhln further furtherAlderman rllthcr furthertlderxnan I
Alderman Aldllo1 Meyers IevIIu said aid There has hasbeen hMhl1 loutIsri
been hl1 for or Homo Roro reason r lon or other nllr an ovldont ovldontcleHlro hlmlt I Iei Iteirf
cleHlro ei teirf lr on th1 part art of Tammnny Tlmmln Hall 111 to todefeat todefeLt totelCtt
defeat tills t1 appropriation appOlrlltiol Th < ruawn raIOI is isnot i int iSriot
not nt clear cll to me I iii but it U I i saU 11111 so 11 that t hat I tit tortain tortainTammany tert nll nllllunny alit alitla
Tammany la llunny no naxt Icndom 11HJm1 have 111e ii i I cffict 1111 cT Cl said Ilir sa hi nmoiif nmoiiftliomelvi ii nOIr noiigt
tliomelvi t lIPTfll > H Let IIH II 11 hold up I t his hl > mipropria IJIJHpriltlon IiJhIflh na nat i itlon
tlon t Ion I hlOaUle heeatixo > ccaiih0 hero hell lxet is 11 nn 11 ojjioitunity ololtunly 0111 I Uril t y for fIl u al i ilirgo
lirgo lon Ir l rgn n CDiitrnrl iiflt rie to I I i l blel < olet let possibly 101111y pis iltly 1 l y a 1 Turn Turnmany Tur ln ni niTttiLfly I
many mllyadmlu1IhLtim admlusl rat ion to n Tiimmauycon Tiimmauycontractor 1lmmalY lxt rnnaixy ccii cciitractor Ol
tractor trctor n hvn tv > v a Tntmnnny nmrlny commin cemrl coniiiihstoirr ionvr lol 1 if wo wocun 11 11un voifl
cun un 01 y lob ollt it off of io o Inn 1 ntxl uIJL ntxIAlrtiu j jAlriflrnuin iAlrl
Alriflrnuin Alrl Alrtiu lllln unto Wnfer Vafe nfll a Democrat DIOCIL of if Brook Brcrldlyri i ilyn IIyn
lyn Kidil tld he would wfulr voW nprtinsf R againa IIf thn lhl t Ii appro rppro rpproprillol ro roh1itt i iprint
prillol print Ion brcntiw 1onle thn t 110 pccjo pC01 Il 10 in his dlslriiit dlslriiitinnled di ii kt tlitt tlittnnti riot riotnntii
innled jirnocl JIIlr Pt NI plrcetn IIIlts I reet inorotliMii 10nllm nioro tlxexi bridguH bridguHnnd bridRIt bridgoixarid
arid lnd ho hf lii added ml NI referring rdtIing evidently Idculy to Sena Senator ela elator erxa erxatot ¬ I
tor AlcCnrren AlcCnrrenTnero McClrren McClrrenTlro MeiirrenTieio
Tnero Tlro is I a I politician poHlhm trying tryilj to force torcl us usto itsI
to I 0 do 10 what be wnnts wl11a vn ci a In this thl mittnr vnitt i but butI I tot totI
I dont cont wear anY mtms mUl mul mu zh and I I will willvolo I lit litop
volo op as I plenno plennoTho p1eitsorrll leluu
Tho rrll nppropriutlnn pproprilton wan wal ilthnatHly 1IthlltI iithiriitti beaten beatenl bentel
hr Ii l > y 111 II I votes to 21 Thno rhf 1 uru ur Iho ho t nuiiilTs nuiiilTswho mllr mllrwho flit zulrs zulrswlix
who voted voll f to deny tlw tht appropriation appropriationAH Ilprlprlllon IlprlprlllonAll
AH A illip BrooHyn IroJ Brool In lliildwlu 1allwil Iii lii u ii iTnni iTnniliimiett rll rtri rtriPii I
11 Pii liimiett nett iHp I P ip llrookfyn Brokl ilroo It ljii ClninibcrH tluIIIerl iTnin iTninnlklii iii 11 In Inrikhlu
nlklii llrI1 iTnml Devlin J lln iTiini unI Dioiner Dioinerlitooklvi Lilwr Lflorner111101 HII HIIHckhI <
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Mit tlHthcwi lst hl8 tiin HIp I list MMII IUII Miteir It1 l tg iJnm1 iJnm1CehrhiiHi tlxlilltNxhrli7 1111
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HTM Dlra1 Til T < D1tP4lh iiM1 M slh Ih inran Ilmlh iflainI < i oniceai OnceRI Idii Idiiriutlsnil 1lunulanl ttvItutlanit
riutlsnil 0 n for Mitnchfiur Malchrner llriiniloii Urantol Burllnir Burllniron DlrUnr DlrUnrInn flhxrllntoil
Inn on nulanl Acrnw Arrn the l JRInd lndi of 1U8 IAle Ch Clampllln ClamplllnII1rl Champlain ChamplainItoatreal mpl ln lnit
Itoatreal it > ml Quehc lu > ri tour Irnln Lan train Ilullrlel Illustraled I llitBt rulfA hnitif bauk uuk uukUeull
4 Ueull uSa I ilwai Val N 4 111 IxU
New e York uric Woiimu olim Fall Fal Into Ilto a I Crevatsc CrevatscIn Creva
In II Yosemlto 018nllo orflhltt Valley ValleySAN aley aleySAN lley lleySAN
SAN FRANCISCO FRNCHICC July 14 UA A despatch despatchfrom dcapatehfroxn espatchfrm
from frm Yosemite Yusomle Valley aloy says ay that Mrs Mr A E EJohns EJohns EJohns
Johns of New York city was WI serIously roul In Injured Injured Injured ¬
jured yesterday by falling talng Into > a 1 crevasse crevasseUncle CrVMSO CrVMSObac crovMaobricc
Uncle of Sontlnel Dome Sho was staying stayingat
at the Glacier Point Hotel and loft yoHtor yoHtorday YOiltJrday yoskrilay
day afternoon nrtr > rnooll for a walk nlk to Sontlnol Dom Domnwhich Domwilloh Domewhich
which la only two tw miles away She was waswarned waswnrned wanwarned
warned by the proprietor of the hotel hotelagall18t hotelagall18tgolnlt against againstgoing againstgoing
going too far without a guide guideWhen ItuldeWhon guideWhen
When night came and she had not ro returned roturned roturned ¬
turned a search was made ma e but It was not nottill nottill nottill
till this morning that Mrs Johns was found foundlying tounlying foundhying
lying on a ledge of rock far down in tho thoflown thour tlxoflsxx1r
flown ur where she 8h had fallen tall n Sho could couldKcatwly eouldfltalCtly couldscarcely
scarcely talk and was greatly exhausted exhaustedShe oxhaWtodShe exhaustedShe
She was removed to t4 the hotel hotelMr howlllrA hotelMrs
Mr Mrs Johns has been b n in the valloy several severaldays IICvlraidlta soveraldays
days and expected soon to start for Japan JapanHer JapanlItr Japan11cr
Her husband Is now In Now York YorkMrs YorkIlrH YorkMrs
Mrs Johnss escape was almost miracu miraculous mlraculouII iniracuhotis ¬
lous as she fell 300 foot from the top of ofthe otIhe ofthe
the crevasse and only saved herself from frombolng tromI frombeing
being I dashed to death on the rocks 1000 1000foot 1000fcot 1000feet
foot below by catching a juniper bush bushHtio bushRho bushSho
Htio will recover in it few days RI OH a no hones Ixinoswore honesl1re honeswere
wore l1re broken brokenSTltLHK brokrnSTilt brokenSTRUCK
1111 1leIyTlre Lively Time TIII I at a utupalcn Merlins 3leetingJutlgt 3leetingJutlgtWIHIII lc tlnsJlldSfI tlnsJlldSfIWooll Juilcn JuilcnWood
Wood Hcsents llfflcctlou llfflcctlouLITTIK UlnectlonsLIT1I lteflcetIonLiri
LITTIK ROCK Ark July H HGov Cov Jeff JeffDavis JeftDnvls JeffDavIs
Davis and Judge Carroll D Wood resumed resumedtheir rfllumodtheir rrumedtheIr
their joint Gubrnatorlal aub rnatorla1 canvass at Hamp Hampton Hampton ilampton ¬
ton Calhoun county last night Oov OovDavis OflVnnit GovIavis
Davis < opened the discussion and spoke spokofor spekotnI spokefor
for two hours His speech was along his hisusual hiflIlBuiLIHne hisusual
usual IlBuiLIHne line except that he was more severe severethan severetitan eerethall
than ever before in his attacks upon the theSupremo the8upflm1o theSuprerno
Supremo Court CourtHo CourtHo CourtITo
Ho was among a Davis crowd in Ilia a Davis Davisstronghold Davisstrnghold Davisstr
stronghold str agliold and did not lose the lie opportunity opportunityto
to make it unpleasant for his opponent opponentJudge opponentJudICO opponentJuxlgo
Judge Wood ood spoke for one and a half hours hoursalong hoursalong hoursalong
along the line be adopted at the outset of ofthe atthe ofthe
the campaign and was followed by Oov OovDavln OovDa111 CoyDavis
Davis in a halfhour rejoinder It was wasin WRIIIn wasIn
in this lila speech that the Governor became becameviolent becamoiolent becarnoviolent
violent in his arraignment of tho Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCOUlt SupremeCourt
Court In effect he said ml the court was wasLorrupt waslOrrupt wascorrupt
Lorrupt lOrruptJudo corruptJudge LorruptJudgo
Judo Wood took exception to this and andwarned nndIlrned andwarned
warned Oov no Davis not to repent the state statement BUlteIIIlnl statemeat ¬
ment The latter tter did dlrillo so when henJudgo Judgo Wood Woodcaught WoodIllughttho Woodcaught
Illughttho caught the Ito Governor by tho thocollnrnnd lie collnrand struck strucknt
at him Bystanders 1I s1lnllcl1l immediately inter interfered Interferld Interfcredxind ¬
fered fcredxind nnd preented further fighting Gov GovDavis CJovI by byiavis
Davis I a vi then concluded his speech and said saidthat s1Mt sthtIthat
t that 1m t he had tint intended to reflect upon uponJudgo uponJudgtt uponJtidgo
Judgo Woods oodlI honor Judge Wood ood ac acLeplcd acill
Leplcd ill 4d the th Governors statement anti the thoIncident thel11cldlnt t ho hoIncident
Incident was COS closed closed1MII1
One or Three Shamrock Children Horn Hornto Bornto
to Air Ir anil tlr In Ilercner IlercnerThree UeranerThreo liergeerThree
Three Shamrock babies have been born bornn bornIu bornto
Iu n Mr Ir and allllllrl Mrs Adolph Bergner ergner of Arrletla Arrletlatreot ArrlotlaotrllJt Arriettatreot
treot Tompkinsville Staten Island in inhe Inthll Inthe
the he pant seven VOll years The latest one was WUHom Wit Witl1um wastjux
l1um tjux > om n a month ago and jmllnt last evening it wax waxihristoned WIIchrlJltonell wasehixistened
ihristoned at 8t Peters Roman Catholic Catholicliurch CalholloIlourch Catholictlxurehi
liurch in New Brighton Sir Thomas Thomasipton fhomatl1lplol1 rhiotnasLipton
Lipton IVrgner IVrgnerSir
Sir Thomas expected to be present but butJis butllIH butMi
Jis Mi Bergner failed to notify nOllf Film him in time timeTho tlI110Th tlnteThe
The Th names of oftlieotherchlldreix the other children chlldrellarl are James JamesUlolph JamclIulph Jamestetulph >
Ulolph arid Helen Elizabeth James Adolph Adolphvan Adolphwan
van born in IWJ I oa just as tho Shamrock I Itripped 1lqpt1 Idiepexi
tripped anchor off Tompkinsville after a aassago n npl1llalu apaago
assago > across the ocean Helen Elizal Elizabeth ElizabethWIL > eth ethvnx
win burn in 1001 1JftjustMHhamlock just oa Shamrock II 1Itl1tered 1Itl1teredArnericr1 entered enteredmericn enteredMnericn
mericn and Sir Thomas was born on onJuno onJllnll onJiin
Juno Jiin 11 just jt t as the steamer on which Sir SirThomas Sh1horl1l SIrThomas
Thomas came across the Atlantic arrived arrivedit
at it Quarantine QuarantineAfter QUllrlll1l QuaraitixxeAfter llt lltAtter
After the tli birth of Sir HirThornll Thomas Mr and Mrs Mrsiergner MrsI1olpnlr Mrsitergner
iergner wrote > a letter to Sir Thomas Llp LlptUIl Lipthu
tUIl 011 stating I these facts and andsuggosting suggesting that thatho thattho thatthe
the ho latott child be named after him Sir SirThomas SirThomall Sirilxoinas
Thomas wna xi well wI 1I pleased with their t sug sugestion sugpe8tloll auggestloit
pe8tloll estion and on July 7 sent a letter to the thejareulrt theplLrtmtli theparents
parents of tin child signifying that he heffould hewould heWOULd
would be present PI SOlt on the day tho child was wasjaptiod wasbaptlmll wastaptiwll
japtiod Ho also al siat I l1t to each of tire th9children tirechllclell thechildren
children a gold stickpin with a Shamrock Shamrockjn
jn the face faceriv faceTI faceTtx
julte the thtluKe Largest t Hie Assessor Eer Hoard HoardOf IImudOf heardor
Of neil It Sets Tlicni lIelll Deliberating DeliberatingXUTIKY DellboratillSNtrlIY Dcllhi ratlng ratlngNrrL1Y
XUTIKY N J July 11 tlA A house con conitrticted contructed constructed
itrticted of packing p cklng boxes for nlnoyeurold nlnoyeurolditolla
itolla K Ie Segulne on the th I he Avondule road roadn roodill roadin
ill n this town Is now troubling the Board Boardf
ot > f Assessors ellflOrf3 They dont know whether whethert
It t should > ho Kssefflcd The structure structureviis
WItH WII intended Intl lIded for a doll house for little Miss Missguinc MIsSStguine lis8Scguinc
Scguinc StguineIt guinc guincIt
It is a doll house nnd there is no provi provilion IlrovllIiulI lroviiilori
lion fortaxing it saldoncof Mid one theussessorH otthlussoosorllnother of theussessorHnother theusriessorsAnother
nother said it should bo taxed becausu becausuuoplo brctusIllojlle hecauspele
uoplo could cut und sleep in it The Tholouse Thehouse I IhOllfte
house louse was presented to the lie little girl test testve Intwek lastweek
week ve < k by hor h grandfather John Whltemnn Whltemnnn
en n oetoginurton who not only drew the theikuvs theplans
plans ikuvs 1 but constructed it himself It has 1msicon hn1lhlIHI hasheoii
hlIHI icon pointed I ic Inted Inside I1l8le > and a n out and luindsomo luindsomonp IUndomornlr hianlsonelaler
rnlr np r decorates d corulH the walls The girl hus husi
a i deed for the t thi hll hous ° from her grandparents grandparentsTim Voru ndpnrEntH ndpnrEntHTh
Tim Th lowri 10 low floor has a parlor a dining diningoom dlnln dlnlnrOOlJl diningrOtii
oom a kItchen and a luHwny Tho floor floorH
IH H t lied A i st IIr1uylN1l1l1to Irwn y leads to tho upper uppertluoT floor floorvliifh floorseItlih
vliifh contoinsa ooittiitx a bedroom and nncll a bathroom bathroomVII I
Ail the rooms 10 1111 < except tho Uituhen arc cir cirloted Colrpl cxrpoted
pl poted potedThere loted lotedThorn d dThorll
Thorn are doors doo and windows in every everyoom l1rryrOOllll1nr everyroom
rOOllll1nr room oom and on the front plazitii sIts a monster monsterloll mon monatcidoll tll I
loll which in is large fin II little IILtl Miss MI II Sogulno Sogulnoiof SORulnJ SogulnohxereIf
J hxereIf iof olf who wh ocoiaiuiuilly can bo O seen on onho ciithxo
1111 ho front veranda rand of tho doll house houseMother h0l1S0fllthcr houseMottler
Mother lonoa one In Ilnlmny IlnlmnyRAIIWAY lIamIIUauwY HatninyRAIlWAY
RAIlWAY J N J T July H HMothor Mot hor Jonofi Jonofind JOIIIan Joncaand
an and nd her army aro In Rnhwny Mother Motherones MothflrJlJnE MothitJones
Jones ones cnmo from New t1W Brunswick this noon noonnd lIoonand noonand
and nd IH ftt homo homflln In Iho Ito Railway Inn In front frontt
01 t which hfch In the City Park tonight alto shaHrensod Rhlllellsod altox
x > Hrensod a mass meeting on the subject subjectf
It f abut of child labor 11I1 r and tho trxtilo IntH1V0rlltll tttiloworicet j jorkoin
orkoin a MriitD in Philadelphia rIte Rov Rovlennan HovJItr1l1 11evherman
herman JItr1l1 Ul aholtu of Iho I ho German fresby fresbycrlan PresbytcrlLrI fxesbyteiian
crlan Church opened tho meeting nail nndnlr IIndfnlrrcilCed nailtnt
fnlrrcilCed tnt nlr rdteeiI icic d Mother JoncB JoncBTin1 IinellTh 11005liii
Tin1 Th army marched ino Hahwnr at 3 3Inlock IllItI 3oloelc
Inlock llItI In thn t he afternoon TIiert < wfionlxut wfionlxutIH WII wpe nhll1t nhll1tlit
lit ft IH I I y I men till 7 nd l bOY1 oyi In It niontly mOltl strikers strikersroin ItllJlrllrnin stiiltrrsfron
roin tho Kensington JOUll nltton factories Tlmy Tlmyuarcheci JIttylIuuelnd 1eynixircited
uarcheci wearily tJllrll to tho purk ijlrJ They hey hint hiiduitr hnclII
II I uitr xiS neal IiiHlin 1 lin In an anoltn open flcild tiirleI1 with withtiKidbrldge withi
i tiKidbrldge II d I i l ige rJ III I ill II mocmiitoes nineqitul oss and Slnten Slntensiind tt lnlel1151l1d atOti atOtiIsrixofi
siind wocidcoch ocloocll for entrees entrensTho InlrEtTho entreesFlu
Tho Flu army nnn wilf vill resumes Its march to tonorrbw tomonoV tonoribw
monoVOne norrbw noribwOne norrbwOne
One 1liict lle means innt 1M thcr thcreP V no Q ooldcreii Joint Jointbreak Jolato jotato
to break In a llrcmtati Collar Butfcm UUItDAcI Aat
On In Croimil That tho ho One Higher fp fpWas tpWas VpWas
Was Not Aware Awarcof of Ilussi DusslllIoaltion Russias Position and andInaoqiialnted andt andEnsequalated
Inaoqiialnted t With lIh Hie Iliilei of DIplo Ulplomatlo DIplomatic Diploinatlo
matlo Intercourse Between Nations NationsWASIIINOTON SatlonWABIIlNOTON atIoniVAsI1xtovoN
WASIIINOTON July H 14Thero There IB II good goodrenson gO goodreason Jd Jdreoson <
reason for tho belief that tho Russian Gov Government Government Cloyermnent ¬
ernment will Ignore tho accusation accus tlon of un unfriendliness unfrlondllnc18 tinfrlendlirnss ¬
friendliness made against it by the official officialof
of tho State St t Department Dcpartm nt In the state statement stoment stateuient ¬
ment sLid dd to have ha va been authorized from fromOyster tlomOyster fromOyster
Oyster Bay y and given out hero heroln in the ab absence liblenceotSccrelbrlIayat absence ¬
sence lenceotSccrelbrlIayat of Secret ry Hay at Newport NewportThe NewportThe jwportTho
The Foreign Office at St Petersburg Petersburghci
his hI been Informed by the embassy In Wash Washington WnllhIngton Val Vallngton ¬
ington that Mr Hay WHS IB not responsible responsiblefor re ponslhle ponslhletor
for tho th lie objectionbio statement etr < toment and de dospito deplto despite
spite the easellion that its issuance wes wcadirected WI8diJccted wesclLrccted
directed by Ixysotne some onohlgher ono higher up it itwhll will bo booverlooked heoverlooked 0 0overloolled
overlooked on the ground rouncl that this some someone someone someone
one wes not aware of the exact position of ofKviMla orHIlJsla ofIttsIa
KviMla in the Kishinelf and Mnnchurkn Mnnchurknnffairs Mnnchiurknaffairs lnnchurltnRflalrs
affairs and unacquainted also IISO with lth the tliorules thorules therules
rules of diplomatic intercourse between betweennatlonH botwlIJn11It betweenluit
natlonH natlonHHad 11It Ions 10Mtad Ionshad
Had it boon shown that Mr Hay In his hisofficial hilioffieLll hisomchil
official capacIty was responsible for the thesttement th thIttemIDt thesLteIneut
sttement the tnrttor might ml ht have respite respitein resllte1In
in a serious broach hot between weon Ilussln and lIndthe lIndtheUnited the theUnited he heUnited
United States StatesTlie Htatl1llfile StatesFlie
file Ilumlan Government hns lin recently recentlyprobably recentlyprohRhlr recentlyproha
probably proha bly since nccusition of unfrletidllno unrrlendllnlJlo8agAinst noes noesagainst s sngsinst
agAinst It was macho In nn official statement statementsupposed statl1mentBupJlcsod statementsuppcsixl
supposed to have been een prepared at Oyster OysterBay Oslerl1ay OysterBay
Bay given renewed assurances that thero therowould therowould therewould
would bo no opposition on lluenias part partto partto
to tho ho opening of MAnchurian ports to toAmerican toAmlllCIln toAmerican
American trade when the arrangements arrangementsfor
for lle evacuation of Mtncliurla by byPusslnn byEmsllln byEuMirin
Pusslnn troops had been completed completedWhile comploteelWhllo comploteclWhile
While those assurances although in informally Intormally Informally ¬
formally given are regarded ns marking markinga
a move forward in tho direction of n favor favorable favorable favorable ¬
able conclusion of the negotiations with withChina withChinn withChina
China concerning Manchuria they are by byno byno byno
no means satisfactory IIt l tllctory to Ibo Administra Administration Administration Adminlstration ¬
tion tionWhat
What has been said by Russia In renewing renewingher renewinghlr
her pledges to observe good faith In this thisconnection thlliconnection thisconnection
connection is a mere confirmation of the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement made by the Chinese treaty treatycommissioners treatycommls treatycorninlsuloners
commissioners commls loner8 at Shanghai to their Ameri American AmoriCl1l1 tmericim ¬
can colleagues that they were obliged to tosuspend toIIl1Rlend tosxlaPenl
suspend the negotiations for tlio opening of ofManchuria otManchuria ofManchuria
Manchuria to American trade becauso becausoRussia bpcaus6HUlSla tiecitusoRussia
Russia had ha objected to a continuance continuanceuntil contlnunneountllho continuanceuntil
until untllho sho had completed her arrangomenta arrangomentafor
for tho evacuation of Manchurian territory territoryUnder territor territorUnder territory1nder
Under her treaty with China hloo Russia is to towithdraw towithdraw
withdraw the lest of her armed forces from fromMrnchuria fromMr froniManchuria I
Manchuria Mr nehurln on Oct 8 next but OH hide hi s been beenexplained b beenoxphixined en enoxplnlned
explained In Washington despatches ll pltchPl to THE THESCN rifESCN TuaSc
SCN Sc this thl hut final cct of withdrawal wlth mwnl i Is con conditional conditioCUtI conditiOfliti ¬
ditional upon satisfactory rmuriinres from fromJnpan tramJapan frontJapan
Japan and other Powers that they will not notattempt notatltmpt notattempt
attempt to obtain the upper hand In Mrn Mrnchuria IEn IEnchurla frnehuria
churia after the Czrrs u z rM battalions have di dipnrted dlpnrlld departed
parted cr will at least acknowledge that thatRussias th tiutIlusslas t tIhsslns
Russias interest in Manchuria lrtl nehurla must be beregarded LIregnrded beregarxled
regarded as superior to that of any other othernation olhernation othernation
nation nationFeeling nationFeeling nationFeelIng
Feeling sure that Japan for one oa will willnot wilnOl willnot
not < furnish any such pledges the Adminis Administration Admlnlslratlon Administratlon ¬
tration Is disposed to look aaluiice at utKuaiLna atHUS11tS atltus3iAa
KuaiLna promise e to let China hlna open Mnn Mnnrhurlan lllIndlUrlm Manchurlan
rhurlan ports to AinerlcAiimerchant American mercM nt vessels vessetawhen veRtliIwhen vesselswhen
when her preparations for evacuation hnvo hnvobeen 1m 1mLetn htaeLeen
been completed completedShould compltpdShould conipletdShould
Should RliiiKla H1 RIIl fall to obtain obt alII the t lit assurances assurancessought as assurancessought urRnCtiI urRnCtiIsOllghl
sought from Japan and other nations nationsshe nationbbe nationshe
she he might allege > It ii i contended In official officialcircle ol1clalcircleJl ofticlaleirclea
circle here that It would be unwise to towithdraw towithdraw towIthdraw
withdraw her armed forces from Manchuria Manchuriawhile llanohurlawhile ManohurlawhIle
while the fJoverntnents unwilling to furnish furnishtho tllrnlhtho furnishthe
tho desired promises maintained that atti attitude lIultu attitude ¬
tude tu tudeIt e
tudeU U eIl is I the policy of ofthe the Washington Wa hlnKton Govern Government Government Governmont ¬
ment therefore to wail patiently Jll1t l1l1y until untilOct unlllOct untilOct
Oct 8 to see 11 what Russias course will 111 be beRussia benus hehtuasia
Russia nus la cannot hold Manchuria beyond beyondIhAt beyondthAt beyondthat
thAt date without making a move that will willbring willbring 111 111bring
bring the situation to a head headMr hel1dMr headMr
Mr Theodore Theo ore HanMn Charg dAffalrm dAffalrmof
of Rw Russia < sla In the nbsenoo of Count Cassinl Cassinltho C1soJIIIlhe Csiitithe
the Czars Czar Ambassador had an interview interviewwith Interviewwith Interviewwith
with Secretary Hay today While the theManchurian theManchurian theMancihurian
Manchurian negotiation negot tatlons were mentioned mentionedcasually mentionedIl1ually mentionedcasually
casually and 1111 < 1 briefly discussed Mr Han Hanbens 1IanIls hartseas
bens Ils visit I lt had reference to a matter not notconnected notcunnecte notconnected
connected with Manchuria or the Klshlnefl Klshlneflpetition KiahllllTpetition Kislilnelrpetition
petition petitionHRIDE petitionIlRlIlE petitionBRiDE
Iasufd a Hortlilets northl Check SItn SI5nlli l by b hut Husbandlie IIURbandlIe hutbaudlIe ¬
bandlie Disappear DisappearMorNT Uh DlsapjearaMoutr PIlar PIlarMOUNT
MOUNT VERNON N Y July M HLllllan HLllllann Lillian LillianII
II Rogers a shapely blondo of 18 i yearn yearnnnd yearlan yearsand
and an a bride of only a week was arraigned arraignedIn
In the lie Mount Vernon police court today todayon toda todaon
on tho lie charge of passing worthless checks checksThe checktlhe cheeksThe
The complaint was made by tho th manager manageruf
uf the lie clothing more owned by exMayor exMayorEdson exlIayorI oxMayorEdsoit
Edson I Lewis Mrs Rogers and her bus husbund bUlband busband
band Frank H Rogers have been staying stayingror stayingfor
for I1r several days nB at the Mount Vernon VernonHotel VernonHotel Vernonhotel
Hotel Yesterday Mrs Irs Rogers bought a asuit aHult asuit
suit case e at the ttoro tor for 17 7 In payment paymentsho pnY1Utltshe paymentshe
she presented a check on the lie Mount Vornon VornonTruet VeinoitTrurt 0111011 0111011Irullt
Truet Company t < rnpanv for 116lIi 1681 signed by her herhusband herhusbnn herhusband
husband hhe rocoivod the change nnd nndwalked nndwdlud aralivallutd
walked out oi thu store It was discovered discoveredthat dillooeredlhat discoveredthat
that the chock was worthless orthle li Since her heriirreBt horIIrrett herarrest
arrest her husband has not been IOetiThe soen soenThe IICfJnThe
The case wall continued until tomorrow tomorrownnd lomorrowand toritorrowand
and Mrs Rogers was again locked up
Mrs Rogers Kayo that she was murrled murrlednn
on la lat t Thursday ThulS uy in New York by b a min minister mlnloiter itilithxter ¬
loiter nnmttd Kelly Shu Slt mtt Regent at atHartford at1I11rtfonl a ahartford
Hartford Conn 1111 thiero > hero he wn was fi salesman euleamnnmid saletlmanand salesmanteal
mid ho induced her h r to elope eIOI with him Her Herparents III IIIparents 11crlareitts
parents ore said to be wellludo people of 01Iiartford ofhartford
hartford but she will not give their namee nameeus l1amlIIho itarn itarntx3
us slio hto says ilas that sho does not want to dln dlnrnc1 dHgrRIe dsgrace
grace rnc1 thorn ihetnThis thornThis lhxotnthIs
This Is a most unhappy honeymoon for forme forlire
I Ithink
me said I ril the girl bride lonht Jutt Juttthink Juitthink
think of it married on lost Tlmrbday my
husband gone one and an I in a prison cell My Myparents 1IypUlentf Ilyparents
parents warnod Wl11110 me aganot getting mar married Jllalried oxalrted ¬
ried flier aro meriting pooplo up In Con Connecticut ConIlICtiout Conneetiout ¬
necticut I thought they didnt didll know knowuiythiiiK knowIlIIythllll knewaitytlxing
uiythiiiK so I eloped J Now ow I dont uaro uaroisk laroaKk uaroask
ask thorn for help
Mrs lrlJ Ilogero Jtai ets nays that IIlIe he will write to toicr toher toher
her icr father fath r H former business partner to tomorrow tolIlorrow tornorross ¬
morrow and try to obtain obi ain money from him himo hll11to himto
to o make the lie Hipclf fond fondMUST IolldUtS1 goodMtSI
Tilt lir FiveYear IMeilgo Pletigepsasslo HiHjalo TlilnJn of ofItrqnlrlni of111IulrtuI ofJiequlehtig
Itrqnlrlni From I rolll Kt ht School Teaelifrt TeaelifrtPASSAIO TI Tea1ieisPASSAIC lhflq lhflqPASSArO
PASSAIC July 11 fCupit 1 Cupid hits so 11 lm Inter Intertornci Interferoci > r reroti
eroti with bchool > work in this city durinj durinjho hlln xIxxi1nthe hllntho
the ho past yeir that the Board of Education Educations
I Is s considering cn ltltrhll n plan which wl eh is expected expectedto
to o net us an injunotion injunotionAttnictivi IIIJul1oflonAttmctlvlt itijuncitleaAttractive
Attractive eehool teachers targets for forJujildH forCupl forCitieds
JujildH Cupl l1 d darts rt have not hfsiftttwl to nitr nitr1iidor A1l1wlldtr axixttreler
1iidor i inw I ix i rniuiy rnlLll vncanclos calldl In I a tho t lot publIc publluichool pUblloI1choul publIcxhOi
ichool xhOi stars Htllr a hav htit occurred and tho board biidIIIH bu boardbids cl clhUll
hUll IIIH found it lImIt t II to < f f111 U tlw tlt vnranoles vnranolesTh1 VfOILIIIJIIHfh vacanciesThe
The fh rnxiiberB of the board bORrlnrn are now con coriidirlni conpld conetdrl
pld etdrl idirlni rlll i HID I priKrsilluu r pcai I bit thnt t applicants applicantsor a I Ifor Ifor
for or jiliees 1111011 an tiwchorn shall sIgn a contract contractml corolnutlint cotriuttint
ml to marry within u period of five years yearsDIP yrnrKThl yearslhte
DIP proH proposItion > nition limy bo I acted IwlclullOn upon at the theioxt Ihetloxt thenext
next cession cessionVonr illMlnn10ltt cessionPeer
Peer 8 e71 11 are T w wre r ue than non HprnocrU Hprnocr 4penccraIs
U UaldfD Lu ui nnva Ut t1 correct oorro land kJDtSI kJnd4dd Aili
limpcnii iVIlllam llIlAIU linlcrs Mpcolal Enter Knicrtalmnent 1 Entertalritnent Jltlr JltlrtalllmllIt
talmnent for Him at tlarlentiurr 3larlenhurrSpecIuf tlarlentiurrSpecial larlllIlJurlrSpecial
Special Cable Dispatch D palcll to Till SUN SUNHEIILIV SUNUFnLIN ftacl3EnLxN
HEIILIV July H HBy By direction of Em Kmporor Emperor i I iI iporor
poror William WIlI ll1n spoclal arranscments have haveboon liaoboon I
boon made to ontoitaiii Mr Cornelius CorneliusVanderbllt CorrolhsVundorbllt CorrelksVanderbilt
Vanderbilt during his coming visit to toMarlonburg tolIIarlonburg toMarionburg
Marlonburg His Majesty learning from fromMr from fromMr
Mr Vanderbilt Van erbllt that It was his intention intentionto
to go to Dautzlg on board his yacht tho thoNorth thoNorth theNorth
North Star urged him to go to Marion Marionburg Marlenburg Marlemiburg
burg burgTlio burgrho burgThe I
The Emperor has written to Prof Del Dolbrtlck DelbrUek Delbrhck
brtlck asking that special attention bo bopaid bopaid hopaid
paid to Mr Ir VanderbIlt and especially that thatthe thnttho thatthe
the artistic and historical collections in the thocastle thecllltle thecastle
castle bo shown to him Ills Majesty also alsoInstructed aloInstructod altoinstructed
Instructed Gen Mackenson Macl < enlllJu commanding commandingat
at Dautzs to entertain the visitor It Is Isundcrntood IIundcmoo Isunderstood
understood that Gen Mackcnsen will give givea p1 ve vea
a banquet In Mr Vanderbilts honor at tho thoregimental thoreglmontal ho horegimental
regimental casino casinoALLEXS cllliinoAl1 casinoA
The I Is 1nttlnK f l11 tpTwoIneii i TwoInch Steel t tl D liars n at HIICvery atEicr
1 Eicr ICvery lr Door anil Window WindowMillions lIIlow hpirIowMillions lIIlowMlllionll
Millions for defence but not a cent for forball torball forbaIl
ball Is the now motto of The Allen Part Partof Flirtof Partof
of the millions has been IIIenlpcnt spent for twoinch twoinchsteel twou1ehsteel twotacItsteel
steel bars for his place nt SO Sixth avenue avenuewhich avenuowhich avenuewhich
which some peace officers seem to think thinkis
is a poolroom antI which has already been beenraided beluraldod beenraIded
raided eightyseven times timesThese tlmellThe811 linesThese
These eightyseven raids hnvo been made madowitli madewith madewith
with axes When the police make their theireightyeighth theirelghtlghth theireIghtyeIghth
eightyeighth call they will have to take takedynamite tnkodynamite takedynamite
dynamite or they wont get in It for every everydoor OWI OWIdoor everydoor
door and window Is to be fully armored armoredhereafter IIrmoredhrcnfter armored armoredhicreafter
hereafter with twoinch bars of solid solidsteel solidsteel I IBtCI1
steel placed BO close together tOJ ctllcr thnt tho cop copof eos eosof jltj jltjot
of Mercer able shove tshovoa
street wont bo to I IIt
a warrant between them without rubbing rubbingoff
off tho ho ink of the Magistrates signature signatureThe
The roof Is to be protected with inch inchplates Inchplates Inchplates
plates of wrought Iron IronA ironA I
A siege wont do 10 tho police any good for forThe torThe forThe
The has provisioned Castle Ponies loniCsll16 the new newname newlaml nowixame
name of the strongest fortification In town townwith tOlUwith townwith
with enough enouth condensed food to last through throughseven throughseven I It11I
seven racing seasons seanonsTWICE seaHOnllTIJWE seasonsThrifT
TWICE iEinin yrcuE > IXSAXE IXSAXEUciitrnant 1 IStELIeutenant 11
Uciitrnant Afflicted After HI lIlt Hrturn From FromSamar Ifllmaar FrauSanuar
Samar aar Kxpeilllloii KxpeilllloiiWASIIINOTOJJ hxhllthrW4sirzNuTo XIIfllItlolIWASlIINOTO
WASIIINOTOJJ July M Lieut WII William WIIIInm WIIlixurt ¬
liam K McCue of the t he First Infantry irifa lit 1 who whowas whCJwn willvits
was wn arrested in Chlcngc Chlcu Mvml weeks weeksago tueksno 1111 1111al1o
ago after having married a Sin Francisco Frnnelseowoman Frantlseowomw Franciscowoman
woman though thoul h having a wife living In InCincinnati 111Ciuclnllati InClitcinutat
Cincinnati I has been nrjjudgid I I jilgxI Infaii IfI II by bymedical uytnlUca bynudieal
medical officers of tho nrtny Illlr > nnd will be b ont ontto entto i
to St lit Elizabtir Hospital lor ttviUi t irttutxt irttutxtLieut 1Ilit 1IlitLIut < nt ntLieut
Lieut McCuoV 1lCII doincntlit lIt troubled troubledhim lIobl11him t uor hhd hhdhun
him in Manila soon aftr n at li I hi lxix ritunfiom ritunfiomthe rt II in from fromth fi omn omnthe
the th 1 Samar expedition At that ljni < > > ho howrote 1mwroto ix ixtroto
wrote several erratic letters to ii th tio < mill milltnry military milltary
tary offlclnlK In which 1ilh he called attention xxttoit ion to tohis tohiLs I
his mental condition He nl o tcrvnrdcd tcrvnrdcdhis tolIlIr d dhis
his IiI resignation risIgnat ion but InMeart inxt ead of UF it i being ac accept accpt nocitpt ¬
cept eel Lieut McCuo wassunt was 1111 iN stat > t to thi t Ii ho military militaryhospital militaryhospltnl mIlitaryhospital
hospital in Manila for treatment and ob obHurYntkm obHetfRtlon observatlon
HurYntkm HurYntkmHe
He attributed his condition to the ter terriblu terribll teerible
riblu hurd hlll hnrdahiiixs llhiprI liip of 0 tilt Samar campaign campaignand
and arid his hi long Service 1J < 1lc in thu tropics tropicsIIAXMT tlopltliIUIIiT t topiesfltIIT
Two Men 1111 Shot hot In an Attempt to Arrest ArrestHarvey rrest rrestlIarl rrrstJharey
Harvey lIarl Logan LoganKKOXTIUK IigaiiioxvimIE 1m 1mISotVILfR
KKOXTIUK Tenn July 14 HA A special specialdespatch tpecialdepatch specialdespatch
despatch from Adalnillo Ky fays fay a astranger IIItnulgel astranger
stranger mado his apiwaruncH Hour Red RedOak RedOak I IOak
Oak today and was 11 1 recognized by Uussell UussellEllis HussellEIilII ilussellEllis
Ellis and Krncist Ernl Fox IIH harvey Logan Loganthe Loganthe Loganthe
the bandit They procured woaponn tOflOflH and nndattempted nudattempted anduttenipteil
attempted his arrest arIT A battle bill 10 followed followedbut fllllowNlblt followedbitt
but Logan was too quick for them Kills Killswas 1IIIHwaij Fillswas
was shot through the chest and Fox was waswounded waswounded 1111 1111woundtd
wounded in tho head Logan escaped escapedELM escapdWUSfI escaped1L1JSi
Ihel LI Lively ely Haw III Tom Sliarkc tiarkeys Nalwim 311101110 311101110I1COIllIlI1 Io Iolleoniaii loiletiliat
lleoniaii UuieotiaelouThete Ineonatlous IneonatlousThere 1I101l8CI01lrhlle
There was a fight at midnight last night nightIn
In Tom Sharkeys Sharllll saloon in Exist Four Fourteenth FourhllIth Fourteerith ¬
teenth street The place was filled wth wthBports wthsportll wthisIorts
Bports who were gathered around Sharhey SharheyIn Shark SharkIn
In the crowd according to one on man was a aCentral aCentral aCentral
Central Office detective lIe > lctlv who had been beenilrinkin beel1drlnkin beendrinhcin
ilrinkin nothor was Biff Elltcon Elltconwho 1mollwho lhlbortwho
who got o in trouble a whilengofor whll vhilleago ato for hitting hlltln a aIjollcerron Ipollcerlan xipoheereami
Ijollcerron IjollcerronTho
Tho Central Office man was talking to toORourke toOHourle toORoitrke
ORourke when Klliaon said to o ORourke ORourkewith ORourkewith tltourkewith
with a sneer sneerWhos sneerWhos sneerSYhuss
Whos your our friend friendTho trienTho I ITue
Tho Central Office man pai piJ i no attention attentiono
to o the remark Perhaps nc he didnt xll < int hear It ItCUlson ItE1l1l01l ItEllison
Ellison walked over to the group punched punchedlie punchedthl punchedthe
the lie detective in the face knocked him ilm xlin downnd down dowitand own ownnnd
and nd stepped on his face Then Ellison was waslulled walpL waspulled
pL pulled lulled lod away
The detective was unconscious for HOV HOVral HI HIeml aoeral
eml ral minutes > When hten lie was revived ho hopulled hIpullod hepulled
pulled pulled his revolver but wnmit allowed nllow c1 to tluso touse
use 130 it Then he staggered out of this place placeTOOK placeTOf placeTWIK
Capt apt N K I Sparrow 1 11 I A Retired lcj lcjnt Ulnat lhciat
at ll Ills Home In New tw tendon IxindonNuw lulldonXIW tendonNiw
Nuw LONDON Coon onn July M IIAt At 3 3clock 3oclock 3cxclock
oclock > clock this morning Cnpt npt Solomon K Ksparrow R RSpnrrow FSparrow
sparrow tT I S A retired wan all discovered discoveredjy
by jy lils hi wife sufterlns from tf < m a fatnl doee of ofurlxlic ofca ofcarbolic
carbolic ca acid which lie he had evidently clllllly anal flwalowed anallotted I
owed by mistake for II tonic recently pr pricribod plfHClihod priIleritlOd < >
icribod Medical aid was nummoned but buto buttto I Ito
to o no avail uvnilThe availllie ail
The Captain II aptain taln was 4S 4 ypars frtIS old u grndimto grndimtoif rlIlullloII I
II if I West est Point Itlnt and retired owint owlllltc to elironic elironiclosfnees lironicvrifmtecs ronic ronicdl1fneell
losfnees after serving s Iing In the Spanish war warvilh warwith
with the Twentyfirst Infimiry Infllull ty Capt Cap5parrow CaptSpnrrow CaptSparrow I
Sparrow was a native of MnttapuUott MxtttnplnettM lllltnplJ ltt lttM
M rfM M nnrl had been sojourning hero hen with withils withhi Ilt Ilthis
hi his ils family nearly H year yearCorin1 YIl1rCorh yearCorior
Corin1 Drown vns II cnllofl and wild at lld Id tho thoCaptains IhoCnplninl thoChIt
Captains ChIt It lit it death was wfollucddentnJ wfollucddentnJTIttrV a accidental accidentalTflV accliientiulTItIIN
TflV FALLS IMO Il 0 A i IlIVElt IlIVEltrhren 1tl11Wfhreo IiIiEllthree
three Met Irll amid Tilrlynn rnrloails or orHorses orIIlIr orhlortes
Horses IIlIr e am 11111 Mule IIII Killed KilledFortU lflhlitIlOiLll 1II1eI 1II1eImun
FortU mun BUFP Mo 10 July H UA A freight freightoeciined frll freightwrelc ht htre
I Irolld
wrelc re oeciined xeciurt Oil on the Iron Mountain llnil llnilond ibtIlroad
road today tofla between Bouden und Cuidcn CuidcnLrk CuiclcnArk 1I1e1cnArk
Ark Lrk south soot of Hits city Two brukcmcn a aifgro amirgee
ifgro trump and thirtyflvd cnrloads of ofjorses ofhorll ofhorses
horll horses jorses nnd mules 1 wero ero killed A box car carlimned cnljlllnped catjilinilexi I
jlllnped limned llo I ie reek II I JUKI ju t ts II tlc t lie train t ran on onto onC n ntf
to C the Ilttlt MifH i nl rl liher Ixh er lihre The Theirldgo fhohrldgo fhebridge
bridge was wieckt d md tho tdlrtyflve tdlrtyflvenrs t lrtyfll6 I
cars car of stock fell Into Int < tilE Ktiem below belowi holn holnIi
Ii i distance dlslbn e of if fnrly fort r fmiEAHSAllGE fm r fpeKE1ISIlWJ > I IKl
iEAHSAllGE Kl TO 11 TEST 11 < 1 hER SlEEJt SlEEJtIvrr SII SIIIItiter lm i iChrr
titer Distance of Homeward lIo JlwJlrel Trip Aerofi Aerofilie I IIho Ihut
hut lie Allnntlo AllnntloWAHHINOTON AtIintloVASuINOToN tII tlo I I II IWAAm
WAHHINOTON WAAm OToN July Jul HTh M The bnttloHhlp bnttloHhlpkearsice I IIIIr Iopt
IIIr kearsice olor Cupt opt J N llcmphll which whichrill whichwill whichtIili
will rill sail all from fro rn Poiimnoiith l ibo I 1 smollth auto lit Ii Kngland EII h ll1ml nn nnrlday onrrlday i n nlriday
rlday for FrenchmnnH Bay jta Mo 10 will wllimke willIIak ll llnak
IIak imke Iho t hi trip t Ill under U instructions inst Ctletix rts from from the theavy IhtIl t lie liexitvy
xitvy avy Il Depart Dcpartlnl1I merit lo cpeed tho I h ho vpssol In Inho IIIthl int
thl t ho entire t11 run ru t ft under uni hr tiulurnl till ii ma I dMight dMightllnrnrlt I Iught IughtUllrlltU ttightlturoemt
llnrnrlt Vanlllit Kxirn EIfLlt i ii
I i sold by all tbe be brit rs croreri rocer everywhere try It IIAa Is4di
Aa 4di
Ilwuw 1lllWlW II 01 T TIlE IU 1 11EllSTIl IX IX1RllSTLIl
The lie Cnnipiny 0111111 tine ir or n riieln 1IIn of Hanks HanksNrjs Iblll IblllNr11 BanksSr3
Sr3 Nrjs s tin 11 11111 of Coniplnlnt Iclns Ishut tilt tlinForms tiltJoorms the1ornis
Forms ur if l law < w to Secure lUr1 False I JI8 Credit Creditnnd crl1dUnml 4rctlltantI
antI All 11 IronioKil nnd Controlled by byImlioilrn by1llIlIuelrnItIUlnrllH byltuilothcriItemnmirlcs
Imlioilrn 1llIlIuelrnItIUlnrllH ItcmurliN on Iiboilfn RIp nrputnllon RepImtiIhlnrt
utnllon ntllllon11 An Iiiilmdcn of MUsoorl MUsoorlTHRSTON MittourLTaEcro
THRSTON N J July 14 iAttorney Attorney Gen General ellral henoral ¬
oral ral HoLert II McCartcr flctirg IICtll g for State StateBanking StateDaniling StateIlartkirig
Banking and Insurance Commissioner CommissionerDavid CortimlasionerDavid ommll36lonerDavid
David 0 WatklnB applied to tho Chancellor Chancellortoday Chancollortoday i itoclay
today for tho lie appointment nppolntn tnt of a receiver receiverfor i ifor
for the lie Interstate Trust Company of Jersey JersoyCity Jer JerseyCity ey eyCity
City CityIhe
CityTho The Chancellor signed an am order or or restrain restraining reJtralnIng ¬ I Ilag
ing the company from transacting btmlneM btmlneMpending bl11lnllllIemdlng bmtslneupendIng
pending tho consideration of a rule made niadaretunmblv madereturllabltl madereturnable
returnable before > the Chancellor two we weeks woohtrolll weeksfrom kn knfrom
from from today Tho Banking Department Depiirtmenttook I Itook
took charge of tIle company s affairs with withthe wllhth withthe
the th ultimate lit hllalo object of having havln it put out of ofbusiness o ob1lilnollli i I IlnmInoss
business entirely entirelyFor ClItlrlI ClItlrlIFor 1f 1fFor
For several months the Banking Com CommlxHloner Comml J Jritksioner
mlxHloner ml loller has hl had the company under undersurveillance undersurelllance T Tsurveillance
surveillance and an a result 11l < ult of invcKtiga invcKtigalions ImcllgatlonH investigatiotis
lions in this and other States he charges chnrgeain rllnr Is IsIn
in the bill of complaint that the Interstate Interstatecompany InterslltteomplTn Ititeretatecompany
company omplTn IH I In one link in u chain of trust trustcompanies trustrompllnlc trusteomIitulies
companies nnd banks baukllllcattend scattered throughout throughouttho t tthe t ttIi
tho tIi country which hllh are using usln tho forms of oftho orIho h
the law to secure a specious peclou and falnf credit creditfor cr creditfor lt lttor
for all of tho Ito Institutions In Illutlona All of these thesecompanion 11111companll thencoinpamiles
companion the Commissioner Cmml liolllr alleges have liarebeen haylbeen 4 4been
been promoted and are controlled by Leon Leona
a Id Imboden Jml > odln of New York and his associates associatesAmong associatesAmong
Among tho iiiRtitiitionH which tlin tht depart department dlpartmellt departIntuit ¬
Intuit Kityrf RII Ilts it has discovered in this chain clininaro elinlnlire chainarc
lire the Fidollty Fidelity Title and Trust Company Companyof
of it r Stamford Conn tho ho Central Trust TrustCompany TruittCompany i iCompany
Company of South McAlehter I I T tho thoCherokee thoCherokee thoCherokee
Cherokee National Bank of Enid Okla Oklathe OkIRtho 0km 0kmthe
the Farmers Fa rll1lllI National > Bank of King Kingfisher KlnRfi Kingfisher ¬
fisher fi hel Okla tho th ho National Bank of Com Commerce Comnllrco Cornnierce ¬
merce of Kurt Worth Tex nnd the tit Now NowCustle ew ewCa i iCastle
Castle Ca tle Trust lnis Company of New Castle Del DelAs DelAs I t tMt
As far as the examiners of the depart department dlpartIIWllt ¬ tV tVmerit
merit have been able to discover meet of ofthem ofthellO ofiteso
them institutions have don little actual actualbusiwiw actualhU I Ibusiiiss
busiwiw hU ifllR to date ah exctpt to establish a linn linnof Unnot i iof
of assets hy an exchange > of stocks and andbends amibelldf I Ilands
bends and by Lo nllig nUgcl d deposits with one onnanother on onnnothr oneanother
another It is I rhown however that the theIntrstite thlClJlI1pllll 4 4tritrslite
Intrstite company with ith practically no noInminoHH nohiuisimitsa
InminoHH pruiKiKCH to float 20000000 of ofcollatTid ofcollatrul
collatTid trust mortgage bonds and to in incrin InrorI1 inerns
crin > itn ill rapitnl stock from > 100000 to toJVJMWO to5i0l300
JVJMWO 5i0l300 and this the th Commissioner says saysis Mfll1M saysis
is tniffricnt to raise a siifpicion sll plelon as to the themotivoM lie lien1Itivs
motivoM prompting such a transaction transactionTho tranllactlonTho
Tho 1hi Ititurstiitu cjmpony wall organized organizcillast I r rlast
last December nnd at that tlmci mm a dnposlt dnposltof
of 100001 in dish was made with the Na Natloml i itloiitl
tloml City Bank of Now York im payment paymentfor 4 i ifor
for tin1 capital stock but the Commisslonvr CommisslonvrihargtM 1 1charges
charges hut the > dfo deposit it was noon with withdmwn withdrowim
dmwn and that in fact none of the stock stockwas r rvait
was ever vet actually paid for After a pm pmtrncted protracted
trncted examination of the companyd companydaffairs companysaffairs
affairs the department found that on Juii JuiiH Jun JunIll
H Ill last its rosoyrces mxsxlrets nmounted to 8219 8219and 21 u uami
and it its liabllltim Including capital stock Htockto
to llfl0 Il0Otfl Hhowlnga deficiency of oflOO78l 5100781 5100781A f fA
A trial bulanco taken by the company companyon
on Juno 27 showed iiwel rtaourceH of 127420 127420of 127420of
of which SI105JO 110 was given as consisting of ofHtorks
Htorks 1 ocks andbonclc and Liomichs Investigation showed that thattliii thatlix
tliii lix stoeks tock were 505 hnr < s of the Fidelity FidelityTitle FidelityTitla
Title and Trust Company of Stamford Stamfordcarried Stamfordcarrisel
carried at 04040 and 1830 shares of the thuCi theCntral
carried at 45000 45000Tho A Alii
Ci Cntral ntral Trust Company
Tho lii Commissioner chnrgiH that nil of thiii thiiistock lxi lxistock
stock Is wortlilts and says of the trial trinlbalnniM triallalarioe
1 1Ilosohy
balnniM that it it is false elusive and per purportoly
portoly padded I athitud to tI deceive and mislead misleadThe ii liA liAllte
The rliargo is made that tho JIOOOO JIOOOOBlkged 10000 I Ialleged
alleged i 0 have been paid In for tho Ito capital cnpltnlstock capitalstock
stock was furnished Iurul bed by Pi Iilndle indie Wecden WecdenCo YeedenCo
Co of New York a firm controlled by byImboden byImbodemt
Imboden and his associates and that it wa wanfterwar1 was wasniterwar
nfterwar1 i withdrawn by them and applied appliedto
to their own uses Tho Fidelity company companyof
of Stamford the bill says was promoted by byIrfOtuml byLiominid
IrfOtuml Imboden Co of Now York who whowith whovith
with the IntwvtatH company undertook undertookto I Ito
to wndiTwrlto and flniuipo it in return for forwhich forwhich
which tho Fidelity company n greed to topay topity
pay a commltkion of 10 per cent on Its Itsauthorized 4 4authorized
authorized capital Block of 3125000 125000 All Allthat Allthat
that the lie Intestate company has to show showfor showfor
for this commisaion is a crt crtdlt dlt on the books booksof booksof
of thu he Itnbodon company companyIn
In charging that the stock of th the Fidelity Fidelitycompany I ICoinjiltitY
company is worthless the bill of complaint complaintnarrates complaintnarrates
narrates that o report made by it on June t tshows V VShOWS
shows that it had on deposit Jl 10000 poe purporting poeporting ¬
porting to 0 have been outdo by the following followinginwtitutionR followinginstitutions
institutions Cherokee National Bank10000 Bank10000Farmers Battk30000Farmers
Farmers National Bank 15000 National NationalBank 14 14Batik
Bank of Commerce Fort Worth MOOOO MOOOOand S0000amid
and Now Na Castle Trust Company 15000 15000No 1000No
No business reasons appear or can be beascertained beascertitirietl
ascertained Rays tho lie bill why institu institutions inatituions ¬
ions located so far distant from Stamford Stamfordbhotild Stamfordshould
should deposit such sums of money there theroand theremimi
and the name cannot bo and are not or ordinary ordinary ¬
dinary deposit mado in the regular course courseof courseof
of business in tho Fidelity company companyAs
As an example of the methods by which whichtho whIchthe
the deposits of tho he Fidelity company were wereinflnted I Ilmithzited
inflnted it is shown that on Iii Jan 25 there thereai there1va
1va ai rurriod on tho hits depositors ledger an anuiiuirent altiIjiareIit
uiiuirent iIjiareIit lujtonit or credit balance duo to totho tot
tho t lxi hilfirilnto I mit ix st lit 0 company ioil1 lii ny of S75000 whllo whllono I Iiii
ext tho lie books of ofthe o f I It
no iii such dcpvKit d I sst appealed appeal on I
the t lie lutcrsiaU c etiilaIi1y < uptiny to have been beenmailo i imiiiiil
mailo by II itnur it riur did I ttl iho t lie iso > ks < H wiow iiow any anyleDit anyrictxit
leDit UiLincu with Wit hi the I lie Fidelty oimpany oimpanyIt I IIt
It in chargttl that the pretended deposit depositif
ol if J711HX 75 ax iiml Ii cci miiiiy ulherH of liars like it arc en entirely entirely ¬
tirely llctitiuus At tt the Kime dido thorn thornWHH hcrowas
was ciirried Ott m the lie general ledger of this thnFiiltii this1idItii
Fiiltii iy I ciinpuii C it I littY mil liar I nceotmt withthw withthwIniiMtato vjth the I II
IniiMtato I itt tr4tat U v iiiiiany iii lent in Itt which ilcli there ap appourod apP1rUretl
pourod ti t I lo I xt duo di III iiom I iimi the t lt Inttor lntt ei to the theforniBr t he I
forniBr 1 inter u balance bt1a ccc of II 1538 JtH while the thoLooks theof
Looks of the I lie Imeslate lmae state ouinpiiny o inpariy uhowed uhowedbut howetlI
but I itt x no ucuiiiiiit iitCitii it wtJi it tho t ItO Iidvllty I company companyupon coinpaltymihlOit
upon whiili i I hero uppvarud t to < Co duo to 0 it ita a aa 4
a bulunco 01 L0JUt4 L0JUt4Agu 0JSOS 0JSOSAguliiHt
AguliiHt Agu lust ili I II ilitbhiiy iitbiitx y for tho ito ullegpd de dejxisiiH doj
jxisiiH j > osims of ShootS tho Ito Flileiity company companyuliliiM compttriycliits
uliliiM to have iul on dcpotitat depoxit at the lie Central
1 rUt Cumpnny of < jf whicii JaiiifB A Hill a aparuiir apa
pa paruiir xi nI r of Imboden WHH president50000 president50000and piiixIiitt O000 O000amid
and alMO a creijli of Wi000 with the Iran of ofImbuden ofI
Imbuden I tiiixii Len t Co o In In New York city This Thisflim Thishi
flim hi In N l of coinpinllvely COiflpiTiil Ivtly recent date and the thecoiiiinlNHioiicr thecoiiiimilslomiez
coiiiinlNHioiicr charges that it has no such suchnialjlitn uehi uehi3tttljllhttl
nialjlitn < l crudit itS would warrant a a de dec doit
c U of it ihut tlia wiili il Ho adds in the thebill lie 1 1Lxiii
bill of If iomplniiit iomplniiitIho LOiiIaimitllxo
Iho said ald banking examiner has made madnin I Ian
in pxuifiiimtloii if < if iho personal and financial financialHtumliif I Istani1Ig
Htumliif of said lAoiiurd Imbodeti the thelitiid thehaiei
litiid nnd controlling eoiitm ollitig fleuro of tho ho finn flnnis I 1 1Ox
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