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JIKNCHAXTS ASSOCIATION HIX HIXAT 11lT 11lTt1 IIIXTIT
AT t1 IT FRAUD rllU AT iT AQUEDUCT AQUEDUCTCoimtcl MlIWr1CoUII tqUEIlC7OUHSCI
Coimtcl CoUII rl Tells reII of an au Knglnerr Side SUb TraiU TraiUAlter TralkttI TralkttIltlr Trarkititer
Alter ltlr Hefiislns lIerUHIII to Permit UevlBtlo UevlBtloFrom OI DeIatIoFrolu latlolll latlollllrolll
From Contract and Rnl of Rook 111 111I OUlt OUlthltl flui fluiI
I hltl Mil fur Sand SalldStw New Inquiry IlIlulr IIke IIkeJ
J 1 Hnmxlen Dougherty former CotmUiioner Cot ComII1Isiont Con1Loner
mUiioner > r of Water Supply appearing appro ring y ytcriwy rtNllay yt yturtvly <
tcriwy asl a coUtts counsel for inu Lilt Merchant A Ajciation t tsociation AtI AtIoC
sociation oC ation ut the Aqueduct Commission CommlfwioihtNiriiiK CommlHMlontIhslrlnl CommissionJkrhIg
htNiriiiK on the association aSl oclatlon8 charge th thimpcrfict that thatIlIIperfltt thin1perft
impcrfict in1perft work hn been done one by the co cotractor con contraclor coltractor
tractor for th the Jerome Park rrservo rrservoasserted rlRervolr rlRervolrasserted rservoiasered
asserted that John H McDonald the ootractor oo 1011 1011tractor eoitr8ctIr
tractor had rocolvwl more money tin tintin than thanhn thuho
tin was wa entitled to for his work on t taqueduct tho thoalll1lducl U U8j1eluct
aqueduct Mr Ir Dougherty sought to sh shthat 8how 8howthat slio sliothat <
that this thi was duo to the generous tret tretinput treat treat111Imr traII
input II nt wulch the contractor had recelv recelvfrom recelvfrom 1 1trolll
from Division Engineer Daniel Ulrich lilricMr IJiriciMr I IIr
Mr Ir Dougherty carefully refrained fro fromaking froinaking from I Imaking
making any direct charge but hinted th thtilings that ththitigs I IIhings
tilings had happened in the hurt th eoyea eoyeawhich eeytarfj eoyeaiwiich I Iwhich
which need investigation investigationMayor InvttlgutlonIayor InvestigationMayor
Mayor Low and an Comptroller Groutpreseot Grout WP WPpresent wf > ro ropresent
present at the hearing The Mayor h hI has hasbren Iu IuIeeu
I bren if on attacked by the association for supine suplriwss supinelI1s8 supinlIyS
iwss in not taking up their charges Yctrrtlay Yc Yes Yesttrday YetrIny
trrtlay at the close of Mr Ir Doughert Doughertyjrceeh Doughertspeech Doughertys Doughertysspeech
speech he got back at them by remarkii remarkiithat remarking remarkingthaI reinarkirthat
that it was OS tho Hrst time that a chariof chars charge chargeor charsot
of malfeasanco had been brought befo befohim befolo befolohim befoililiii
him and that had the organization a atiainted ac acqualllle alUa1l1Lt1
qualllle tiainted him at the outset with t tnature the thelIaturd U UIntur
nature lIaturd of their accusation accu > l1tlon the long deliwhich deli delay delaywhich ddevhcli
which occurred through the John Doe Doiinquiry Doeiaqlliry Doinquiry
inquiry might have been avoided avoidedIf
If you had come to us six months ageComptroller ago agoloJ1ptroller agoinmptroller
Comptroller Grout Groultold told the member of tl tlassociation tho thoasociatlon Uociat1on
association ociat1on instead of going to the Dlstri DlstriAttorney District DistrictAttorney DistriAttorney
Attorney you would have saved n 1 gre gredeal great greatIhal greIa1
deal of time 1 have always contendi contendidial conlendedthat contendcthat
that a secret inquiry was unlawful ai aihad and andhad anhail
had I been the attorney for tim other si sldo sldoI ski skit <
fantastic idinf idi Idea Ideaor idror
1 can uIt assure you that the
or holding one would not have continue contimuvery cOlltlnuedIr continueery
very Ir ery long longTne IOnlThe 1011gme
The Merchants Association is is fightir fightirn fighting fightingIIgainst fightinnginst
n gainst tho payment > to Mr Ir McDonald McDonaldja C CisOOO or
ja 1 IIOooo 0l0 out ot the 10 per cent reserve n ervu whit whitis which whichis wideis
is held for the proper completion of tl tlwork the thework Ui Uiwork
work McDonald liaR applied for th thmoney this thismoney tiiinioney
money on the ground that tho work workHO Is I Iso
HO faradvnncod far adYanCl llhat tliat he is entitled to itMr it itMr ItoIl
Mr oIl Dougherty said > I1l1llhal ajt1 that when Iien Alphori AlphoriFteley AlphonseFlllly AiphonsFtt1ty
Fteley was tho Aqueduct boards enginci engincithe IlIglntcrthe engincethe
the work wen properly carried out but blllthitt blllthittInce tlu tlunince tI tIsliice
nince Ince Mr Ir Fteleys time the retainlig retain 11 wal walImd lalls lallshl1ll vaIIhad
had not been built according IIccord lug to t 0 hjecifici hjecificilions s I Ielticn Ielticnlion ecificat
lions t The walls built Suite Mr Ir Ftele Fteleleft Fteley FteleyIlft Fteieleft
left offlco oft CI he contiiued leak to such n nextent MI MIxlent ci ciextent
extent that the reservoir when flllrd woili woiliII woddfOllr vothfour
II > M four inches of water a day One of lli llioa tho tlici
show is h that tli tlitoitrcutor the thelOitrtlftor tbtout
oa ics ISI of this as III we C will
toitrcutor tout rLtOr hns been hll1 allowed allowtltoderart to I depart froi froitho from fromtho froritii
tho tii specifications tl1cfcDtloll8 with wih regard to mortaVo mortar mortarWe mortarWe
We Vo will wi show thow you ou that lint Alfred Craven Crwl wh whwas who whoWl8 whii5
was Wl8 ii5 division engineer IlIglletr from 1805 IMD5to to 1000 WE WEapproached wcs wcsapproacld waapproached
approached and nskcd lked to allow the con cortractor contractor contractor
approacld
tractor to substitute Iuhsttlte rock dust dUt for Mine MineSince flut sand sandSince
Since Hhle Mr MrCmcnwlstransferre Craven Was transferred rockdut rockduthas rock dust dusthOR
has been used utClI Hand and would cost tho con cortraclor COl contracior
traclor 150 15 a cubic yard whereas roc rocdust rock rockdUst rodIust
dust tracor crushing crushig costs nothing 10lhig but butthesrnailexpenso tho small smal expense c ccrushing of ofcrushig o ocrushing
This Thil is one of the reasons rasOn why tho re rewalls new newwals newalls
walls wals leak while tliofo tllf erected ercted under Mi MiFteleys Mr MrFleleys Ir IrFieloys
lx Lehid lxmo
Fteleys supervision are Impervious Lt
mo tell you this too When Whll work on 01 th the theHapil tbRapid
10 Hapil Rapid 1 tap id Transit subway subwa for which Mi MiMcDonald 1h 1hMcDonald MiMcDonald
McDonald Is IRalo also the contractor contractorwas wasjegui wasjeguiChief was begun begunChief beginiChief
Chief Engineer Parsons lalonH of the liapid Trans TransCommission Tllslt TllsltCOIII TrtuibiCoinrnhsion
Commission COIII In was naked a811 1 to permit rock dueto due dustto du duto
to bo put in the mortar morar instead of earn earnMr Eitfll EitfllMr nd ndMr
Mr Parsons declined declned to consider cnsider the sugges suggettion suggestion suggestion
tion fora moment momentMr momentMr momentMr
Mr Dougherty argued that the etnbanhment etnbanh emhanklIIont enhlarikmeat
meat had not been filled flle according accoring to th thpeciflcatlons the thepecfctlons tbpeciflcat1ons
peciflcatlons pecfctlons He plated ftatcd that there hai haibeen had hadbeen hacbeen
been an indiscriminate Indisrimiate tilling tlllg in of roc roccovered rock rockI rodcovered
covered over with ith soil 801 to hide the violationof violation violotlonsIftlJe violationioflJie
I oflJie of IftlJe the contract contrac and ad that unless some FOrI of thi thiImperfect this thuIrmipetect
Imperfect workwasrcn > 6ved ved there ther wasdnn wasdnnger wndan wndang was dan danger
fec
ITp ger g r of f a catastrophe workwaii some ve day by the gIving giviniway givig givigWIj gIvingwal 1
way x of > f tho embankment embankmentEngineer embnkment embnkmentEngineer embankmentEngineer
WIj Engineer Fteley Feley Mr Dougherty Doughery wild wildmeasured MidmpaHured saidnreaiiircd
measured the Meld feld of work and ascertalre ascertaizctthe ascertalrethe a8cerahe <
the cost of ort ofit it When Mr Ulrich Ulrch Uirlchtook took charge charghe chargehe chargmhe
he repjotted and recharted rechared the field fieldUlrich fieltlllrlch fieldLlrich
Ulrich llrlch rechnrted rechartr in such a way wa that th thcontractor the thecont tincontractor
contractor cont ractor would make more money 10ne dp dpclared c dedared
dared Mr Dougherty Jougherly The engineer en IIler dii dknot diinot did did10t
not 10t reclassify rlclssly the diagrams rlagral by going OVPtho OWl OVP ovrithe
the th ground himself By B some wonderfiivision wonderfii wOlldlrfulIslou wonderfuVision
vision this man in his office olke reclafeed rcaffld th thfields the thefElds tinfields
fields of excavation excvation and the result is is tha thawe thatwe thawe
we fElds charge that the contractor has been ben pai paifor paitl paitlfor paicfor <
for work he has not done doneMr doneMr one oneIr
Mr Ir Dougherty also asserted that fo fono for forn forno
no n apparent reason higher prices prcR fo fomaterials for formaterIals formaterials
materials than were charged prior t to
1900 19 are now nw allowed alowed the contractor contrctor M MFtfley 1m 1mFLeley Ir IrFlI
Ftfley FlI allowed alowed the contractor 50 cents Cnt i icubic a acubic 11 11cubic
cubic yard for crushed crshed stone for the mal making malIng ranking
ing of concrete concrte Sir Ir Ulrich Urich increased IncrRsd this thiiallowance thisalowance thkallowance
allowance alowance to 1110 111G 110 although it has hl sinci sincibeen sinccbeen Ince IncetOen
been tOen reduced Itluced to St 11 1 Tho Thojirevious previous prvlous charge chargiof
of 85 5 a thousand thOUant for brick haw TUI been put u uto lp lpto uto
to S6 6 Cement for which Mr Ir Fieloy Ftel y madi madino madono madcno
no allowance alowanc is now not being bing charged to thc thicity thoct thcciI1
city at 261 a barrel barrelAnother barrel barrelAnother
ct Another peculiar transaction transacion I wish i h tt ttbring tobring tcbring
bring to your pculir attention almtlon is that some some time timeago tlmoago timeago
ago Mr Ir McDonald delivered delered some re piping pipingat
at the th reservoir rlsonolr for which ho h hi received receivedcertificate NCIed a aclrllficale aeerriflcntn
certificate clrllficale for SI8t 1800 Tho contractor wa wahen was wasthen wahen
hen doing some work in water mainn mains In irtho Inthe inrho
the upper part of the city This work wortrequired workrequirr workreqirierd
required requirr some FOmf omc new piping and wo are ar pre prepar pr peefar
par pEr d I to tOAhow show that that Mr r McDonald lcDonalt took awa awatho away awayIht awayrho
tho Iht pipes at the reservoir rservoir which hlch had beer beerpaid ben benpir beenpaid
paid pipf for by the city and delivered delverd them thento themto
cty
to pir his hii subcontractor Fuhcontrltor at the mains mainsMr maln malnolr mainsMr
Mr Dougherty raid that the Merchants MerchantsArfociation Merchantskociation Ierhants IerhantsFociation
these thefallegations th thallgatlon theseallegations
Arfociation is prepared to prove <
allegations allgatlon hut that they thlY desired d slrd to put putrn putIh putthe
Ih the rn witnesses wltnfFFCA under oath He HI suggested suggestedthat suggFtedthat
that as the Aqueduct Commission COlmlFlon had no ncpower nopower nopower
power to swear fWEar witnet wi wit net neses sea the Mayorshould Mayorshouldnit Mayor should shouldIt
nit It as ai a Maitrat Magistrate Mr Ir Grout said thi thiwould t tins tinscould hi hiwould
would he merely menly going over the ground groundthat groundthat groundthat
that Justice JUFtlc Mayer had covered cOlld where whereupon whereupon whereupon ¬
upon the Mayor suggested that the Com Commi1 CommifSionfrs Cornrnisioners
mi1 mifSionfrs rnisioners sinners of Accounts should undertake undertakethe undertakethl
the thl inquiry It I was decided to adjourn adjournthe adjour adjournthe
the investigation for a week in order ord r that thatnn thaIan thatan
an opinion might be obtained from the theCorporation theCorporation theorporatfon
Corporation Counsel CounselIn Counel
In a statement issued iFlmEd yesterday by the theMerchants thelerchantB theMerchants
Merchants Association it wan atl assorted Iserted that thatIn thatIn thatIn
pocaton
In 1899 IS when Mr Ir Craven Crvell was acting actng chl chief chlfpnginer chiefengineer ° f fengineer
engineer of the reservoir ho was wal asked askedby askld askldhy askedby
by the contractors eonlrctors to agree agl to changes in inthe inIhe intire
the embankment ImbankmEnt specifications spcltcaUonA and when whenho whln whlnhe whenho
ho refused he was removed rmoed and put in charge chargeof
of some FOml insignificant insllnlficanl auxiliary auxiary work in intho Inthe inthe
the country coultry The statement proceeded proceededIr
Mr Ir Edward Wpjrmnnn WrJlnnn was put Plt In the place placeformerly plnceformrrlr placeformerly
formerly ocrnpied oCflpied by Mr Ir Craven Lrvrn Thn ThnIontraetors ThnonlrforM lirneantractors
Iontraetors repented rrpcltec to him that they the toolhpn hnd hndrwen hndhpen
hpen rwen onlrforM losing 10 111 money monl right alone I10nl mud Ind had not notwen nothpel not15Cm
wen hpel 15Cm RottlnK fair rail inenstirtinents IpOKlrIfnt Mr MrMcDonald MrMcloinnltl Ir IrcDonald
McDonald cDonald Iltlm intimated Intnttl to Mr Ir UVicmann lllnn that thatin thaIh tlnithe
h he in had not been getting I ttnl salary Roilry enough Ill 0 lh tint tintnl IhlthlR Utthis
his the fixed h the theAqueduct thelllllt thet
nl salary Rolar need n f1 not stop tnp at sum Rlm hy
Aqueduct t qtitd lllllt let Commissioners ComrIMlolpr and Ind ii nd later In ter nuked nukedMr ofli nshiidMr
Mr Ir Weetnann W plmaln ecinanmn If his hni salary srriiir hurl hac been bln raised raisedand mloednnd ratqeriintl
and being beinl told that it intel hlli not 101 offered otered to toIntervene toInleryenl tointervene
Intervene Inleryenl and Ind cause COl It to he hI h ndvanced IcVlnCEd I1U I1Uoffer IHiotpr lll lllutter
offer otpr wns WIA wa refused retlN by b Mr Ir Yeemann YeemannImmediately VegnniinmiImniedhitely lllanl
Immediately Immoclately thereafter thprplfpr the contractors cOltractor proteeded pro proceded proeedpd
ceded to excavate a certain fprtail rorlc 101 section cloll of ofthe oftho ofthe
the boundary hOlnday wall wil from fromtNI ten to thirty thlrt feet hack liackof hackot hackof
of the t he line Jn I of the t he wall wal shown hwl hy II this t hi plans plansnnd pia plumsrind 11
rind anr started to fill 0111 up the void with wih masonry masolry
hy iJ construotlrii con trllllll a 1 wall wIll twenty twelt feet thick thickwhere thickwherp thickher
where her the th plans 1111 called calId for six Ix feet thickness thicknessMr IhlrknrMIr thlknessMr
Mr Ir Wrlllnn Veginimnn erinnnn stopped this thli dopnrture rel10rtlr from fromthe frol fromthe
the plans nnd forced the contractors cOltrutor to return returnto retlr
to the thl proper meaHiirement mIHlrplplllhprhr thepby requiring requiringthem rrqllrlnJ reanntrinifthorn
them to fill fl III In the void behind the walls walH with withearth withfarth withearth
earth farth without wltholt payment plymnl In place IliacI of fllhinIt fllllne fllllneIt flln fllnIt
It with rubble masonry mloou nt lt 1381 t3 3 I n yard yanl Ono Onoweek Onowppk Oneweek
week thereafter thlrtattlr Mr Ir Wearmann 111110 emits WIO sent nl hack hackto hlck buickto
to the country cOlltry nnd Inrl Division Dvllon Knsineer 1Iinerr Llrich Llrichwas tlrlchivies
was 1 put Plt In his hi place placeJonas pilcl placeJonas
Jonas Jon Waldo Smith superintendent of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the thl East Jersey Water Company olpaIY was ap appointed appointed oppoInted ¬
pointed chief engineer In lnlr to tho Aqueduct AqueductCommlBslon Aqlpduct AqlpductCommlMslon AqueductCommission
Commission yesterday to succeed 11CIClI William WilliamIt Wllul
It I Hill ll who resigned rllRnelj recently lclly on tho plea pleaof IIIIl pleaof
of III I health Mr I Smith Slith will wi receive rceill a salary salaryof Knlarvof saarvof
of 112000 1120 12000 Xtr 11 Hill Hi Iiii got 10t 111 8000 OOiJ Mr Smith Smithin
r in II a graduate of Phillips Philip Andnvur Aldovr and uIII of ofthe ofI ofthe
I the Massachusetts laslichultti Institute Inllitull Inst itid e of Technology TechnologyJudgment Tlchlloloylud5lfnt TechnologyIud
Judgment Iud lud5lfnt nient Asalnit Laura Iran eam IAiipi IAiipiIlusliamid lllil 1 I h > > a aHusband sluHhanl
Husband HusbandVan luHhanl IlusliamidVan
Van Mater Stillwoll Stlwll the th husband hu hand of Laura LauraJean Laur Luuirralean
Jean Libby Lhby the novelist nodit pave Iale to t o Edward Ed WIfd tea rd J JMclaughlin J JolcIau 1McLaughlin
Mclaughlin olcIau hln of Hat Inl h Bench leach his nolo nob for f Si 1 10 10onJuly riO riOonJuly3 its itsonJuly
onJuly 3 last for thirty days dl I McLaughlin McLaughlindeposited Icluruigtillndeposttemf hln hlnrlepositlll
deposited it In the th Kifhth Ward Hank HankIt HankI HunkIt
It I went to protest lalll nnd tim hunk has obtained obtainedu ohtuhld ohtuhlda
a judgment for tl031il tl031ili lOU tOhai 1
i 1
RICH BEGGAR BEGG4f BEGG4flJ4ILEJ JAILED AGAIN AGAINCharity AlIN AlINCariy AGAINTharlty
Charity Cariy Organization Society Sley MenVatiitin Men la laVanhan a aVainhan
Vainhan Ilai lu S4OOOO S4OOOOCharles 800 40000Charles
Charles Chnrle Vaughan a professional profesonl beggar bggr
50 16 years year old who ia I Bald Ild by the offlcei offlceiof ofcrs ofcrsof ofliceriof
of tho Charity Chrity Organization Organizaton Society Scloty to fc fcworth be beworlh bu buworth
worth 1400 40000 mostly moly in Brooklyn Broklyn re reestate rca rcaestate I IeHtate
estate was sentenced to six months 1 1tho In Inthe Ii Iithe
lentonce
the workhouse e yesterday by Magistral MagistralBarlow MaglltrateBnrlow MagistratuBarlow
Barlow in the Essex J Aex Market police polce court courtVauglian courLYauglmn courtVaughan
Vaughan only recently Tenlly completed a si simontliH six sixmonll sImnontlms
montliH monll sentence in II the Kings count countpenitentiary county countypenientary countjemnitontiary
penitentiary penientary on a charge of vagrancy vagrnoy pn pnferred preferr peruferred
cmrie
ferred ferr by Agent J E Godfrey GOfroy of the nociet nocietAt locety locetyAt society societyAt
At the time tme of that sentence Vaughahobbled Vaughan Vaughanhobblelnto Vaugh5lhobbled
hobbled hobblelnto Into court cOlrt on al a pair pir of crutches crutchesGodfrey crtche8 crtche8Gofreytoll crutchesGodfrey
Godfrey Gofreytoll told the Magistrate Magiltrto that Vaughn Vaughawas Vaughnnwaf Vaughnwas
was waf a fakir and had accumulated accumulttd properfromni proper properfrom properyfrom
from his begging operations When Then tlisentence tli the the8ntent tbsentence
opratloll
sentence 8ntent wa was pronounced Vaughan in inrage In inrage I Irage
rage threw away pronounce the crutches and walker walkeunassisted walte walkerunassisted
unassisted unassistedGodfrey unassl unassistedGodfreT
Godfrey te learned leretl that on the day nits ofteaughan nitsVaughanrs Ifler IflerVaughal
tmt
Vaughanrs Vaughal aughan s release from the penitentiar penitentiarho pelitentlary pelitentlaryhe
ho had resumed operations on the ferr ferrboats ferry ferrybots ferrboats
hd operalon
boats bots running to Brooklyn Broklyn After Ater a searc searche srch srchhe searcho
he found founl Vaughan on one ole of the boats c cthe of ofthe o othe
the Houston street stret line lne This time tmo Vaugha Vaughacarried Vaughncarried n ncrre
carried a sign announcing that he was dec decand delr delrand denand
and crre dumb He also all carried crried a cane an anpretended ami amipretended norpretended
pretended to bo b lame lameCONEYS lameCON lameCONflS
CONEYS CON JS 11W 110 FETE lTf TODAY TODAYThe TOV TOVThe 1 1The
The Carnival Canhal for thc Brncflt DIlent of the thl H ilCatmil ilCatmilHome sei seiHome seue seuelome
Home lome Hirers Ilera Many Ian Amusements AmusementsThe nISemlntl nISemlntlThe
The Mardi Gras Gra celebration celebratm which wl wlbe wi wIt wItbe
be b held In Coney Cney Island today to raise fund fundto fundst funchto
to t rebuild rbuid the Rescue Rerclle Home 10me promises promLe t tbo to tobe tebe <
be the biggest carnival carival ever seen on th thisland the the181ntl tlicIsland
island 181ntl The fetes f to sponsors say that inclement in inclement inclemenl
clement weather alone can dim the succes succesof succe succeof succeenof
of elalxirato plans mado by them In tliafternoon tli the theafernoon titcafternoon
afternoon afernoon a water carnival will wi be hold holdwith heltlwith holdwith
with swimming races rac exhibitions Ixhibilons an andemonstrations and audtlemonstriloll anddemonstrMions <
demonstrations tlemonstriloll by the Volunteer Lifo Say SavIng Sv SvIng Saying
Ing Corps CorpsSpecial CrpR CrpRSpcial CorpsSpecial
Special Spcial attractions attrnctons will wi be found at al althe al atthe
the big amusement places plac8 and a combi combination cmbi cmbinaton conibination
nation naton ticket tckct sells 8lls for 50 5 cents and admit admitto atmitR atmitRto adrnitFto
to twenty diversions diverions The ticket is I valid valiifor validfor a11
for almost anything at Coney from frol bowl Ixiwling bowlIng howling
ing alleys ale s to big blp enclosed Indofed exhibitions exhlbiiolls Th Thgreat Thegreat T1e T1egreat
great feature of the day the night ui ht carnival carnivalwill cnrnhalwi carnivalwill
will find in line all tho civic hlc bushier bushierand bUHhll1 bUHhll1and beisimierennd
wi Ind lne al
and amusement interests The processici processiciwill prclf11cn prclf11cnwi
will bo tu formed on Surf avenue between betweeithe betweenthe betweenthe
the wi Sea Sa late wall and Twentyfirst TWlt lllt street streetStarting strclt strcltStartng streetStarting
Starting from West Twentyfirst Tweltyfrt street streetit treotIt
it Startng will proceed through thru h Surf Suf avenue a mue to tcSeaside toSalide toSeaside
Seaside Salide wi Park rcel where it will bo reviewed revicwetand reviewec reviewedand
and dispersed dispersednRECK dispersedWRECK dl pred predWRECK
WRECK SHAKES IT U PASSEXUERS PASSEXUERSCollision ftS 14SSIVGIliSCollision W lS lSColsion
Collision Colsion Causes Calsts a FrclRlit ICngtnc 1nrlne to HuiAway title titleAway ln lnAa
Away Aa and all It I Has Ins to tl lie IttctiedCtLrnvmnr Ditched DitchedCALDwKit IllIII IllIIICLDWFJ
CALDwKit CLDWFJ X J 1 1 Sept ept LlAn east eastbound eastbound easthoumi
bound passenger pasilI lr train t rin on The 1 ho Caldwel Caldwelbranch Caldwel ithiwellbranch
branch of the Erie Erlt Railroad nairoad crashed int intthe Into Intotho intothe
the rear rar of a freight train I rin rain in il Verona emla last lastnight las lasnight hilt hiltnight
night night Tim engineer enginef and 111 fireman frlntn of th thpassenger the thopassnger thepassenger <
passnger passenger train trin I jumped and nm both hot It rolled rolletdowntho roled roledown rolleddowntho
downtho own tho embankment embanlinent but escaped with i ifew a afcw afew
few bruises brulse The tracks trcf were JOt clearer cleareruntil clElued clEluedunti cleareduntil
unti until late this morning morningTho moring moringThe morningTho
Tho passenger locomotive crashed cra hldlnto hldlntothe into Intctho intothe
the rear rar of the box cars with wit h terrific terrifiC force foroand forr forrand forceand
and four of them were smashed sma hrd and hurled hurledfrom hurlecfrom hured huredfrom
from the thl track trck The ho passengers rOIFen11 nssengmr wen wenthrown Wle Wlethrown werethrown
thrown in nil al directions direct ions and all some of them themsuffered themsulred thrumuffercd
suffered severe scver cuts cus and bruises bruisesThe brl bruhesThe isls islsThe
The tore foT of the collision cFiol threw thrw tho curgtnerr en engineer et etglnlr ¬
and tho fireman frcm frlm I I ho hl cab of tlwfrelcht the thefrplght thefreirzht
gineer
frelcht onRiuo elglfl en g tire lrlran with wit Ii one le car CO I behind bhlll it itwhich iIwhich ithnich
which hnich started down dowl the thlIro11 gentle at a lively liyehclip Ihfv Ihfvclp livelyclip
clip The operator orator at tho Great Notcr Notcrtower XOtctower olch olchtower
clp tower saw the runaway rnnlwarand riunawarand and set SII a derailing derailingswitch rlernliirgswitch delalrg delalrgswich
switch The Tht engine cnllno ploughed plol hlll into a bum bumof bllK bllKof bunicof
swich
of dirt at tho I ho siding and tiUed tlled I ii ed over but buiwas IJutwa butwas
wa was not badly damaged damagedIAXQVKT danmgrltXIT damniagdIJ1tXQtET
IAXQVKT tXIT TO ElTii Irn 1 L 1 ASHLEY ASHLEYhe tSnEI tSnEIThe
The he Man lln Who ho Quilt Dnl the Cireat rtl reat t Dam Iam nt spin SpierFall spinFall SplerFalls
Fall Fall Presented Prrslnlld mill nlh itlm a Loving 10lnr Cup CupSARATOGA OIlSAn CupSanxroci
SARATOGA SAn Too Sept Spt 21Etigeno 31 1llgene Eugono It I Ashley Ashleyif Mhleyof
of if Glens Oens Falls Fals president of the Hudson Hudsonliver HutMon HutMonRvor hudsonRiver
Rvor liver Water Power Company ompnny was WIR the theuest thegueRt theguest
guest uest of of honor at a testimonial banquet banquetccordcd banqlet banqletaccorded banquetaccorded
accorded him at tho United Unied States Hotel Hotelonight 1otel 1oteltonight linteltonight
tonight It I was wn gotten goten up II by h lending lendingfitizcrs Ilodlng Ilodlngcitzers leadingoitizcrs
citzers fitizcrs of Glens Gens Falls Flls South 5 oath Glens llns Falls FallsSandy Fal FallsSandy
Saney Sandy Hill Hi Fort Edward and other towns townsThere townThere townsThere
300 presentThe presentThe
There were present preFenlTho
The banquet was waf presided prls lhl over by Col Colohn Col ColJohn
John ohn I Ii Cunningham of Glens Oen Falls Fals who wholaid whoald whosaid
laid that tho testimonial testmonial was a8 in recognition recognitionf n collition collitionof
of f the indomitable pluck and an perseverancedisprayed perseverance perseverancedisplayed pcseeranc pcseerancdisplayed
displayed by President Ashley in success successully Ruccesfuly successfully
forward the construction of ofhe ofthe ofthrehirt
carrying COtrcton
fuly the threhirt fully he nip granite grnite dam that harnesses harnlFSeS tho Hud Hudion Hudson hindton
son ion River nt Spier Falls FaIR Saratoga county countyThe cOlnty cOlntyTle countyTire
The works at Spier Falls Fals cost over over3OrXi over3OrXiOO 3000 3000JO 30
JO Tle and 50000 500 horse hore power will wi be de deelpped develpped diiveipped
0 elpped which will wi bo distributed eistrbuted within withinradius withina
hand handome handome handsome
a radius radlul of seventyfive AoventyIe miles mies A
ome silver sllverlovlng loving cup was presented to toJr to1lr tor1r
Jr Ashley and an engraved engred parchment parchmentvith parchmentwih
1lr wih with a suitable anc heading was wa signed by the theuests theguests theguests
guests uests
Insolvent Bankers Danker IndictedCnrRro Indicted IndictedCitARtos IndIctedCARros
CitARtos Ohio Sept Sept 24The Grand firandury Grnd GrndJuy GrandJury
indictments indictmentsgainstGeorge Indictmentsn indictmentsigainstOerorge
today returned two
Juy Jury ury returnee
n gainstGeorge alntneor e H and P N Ford the bank bankrs bankers bankurs
ers rs of Burton Ohio who several months monthsgo monthsnlO monthsigo
failed with liabilities labities aggregating agprlgatn agprlgatnS200
nlO 1125000 igo go faied The wih Fordsjnref Fordsjnrefcharged Fords are charged with withho withoblalnlnp withbtaining
S200 btaining properly unclr tinder fallo false pretences pretencesIn
oblalnlnp In accepting deposits Afer after the ofcals officials of ofthe ofho
a ncceptinl
the ho institution are said to have known the thelank thebank theank
lank was insolvent insolventLlfibtnlng Insolvent InsolventUghtnlng insolventLightning
Lightning Jim 11 Stewart Held HeldLightning lell lellLightning fieldLightning
Lightning Jim Stewart and Edward Edwardmlth EdwardSmilh Edwardinlithi
Smilh mlth who were arrested in the raid on onleGarfield onthe onhe
the he leGarfield Garfeld Garfield Republican Hepublcan Club in East Elst Thlrty Thlrtycond Thlrty6cld Thirtyscoiitl
scoiitl cond street Wednesday night nipht were held heldesterday hpldYtlterda heldyesterday
6cld yesterday in Wenefar 1000 10 bail each by b Justice Justiceyatt JmtlcWratt Justiceyatt
Wratt Ytlterda yatt of Special Speial Sessions for examination examinationn examinaton examinatonon
on room m n Oct Oc 2 on a charge of conducting a I pool poolHarry pol polroom poolcorn
Harry larr ltarr W tI Clark Missing MissingAt 18ln 18lnAt iIsngAt
At the request request meques of his family famiy the police policeiave polce polcehave policenave
have nave sent ent out a general generl alarm for Harry HarryClark Harr HarryV
W V Clark who has been ben missing mising from his hisome hishome hIstome
home tome at 787 Sterling Sterlng place Brooklyn Broklyn since sinceriday RinceFrida sinceriday
Frida riday Ho is a buyer for a 1 Manhattan Manhattanoncern ManhattanIoncer Manhattan000cm
oncern and on Friday evening oVlnlng started startedila Ktared Ktaredfrom startedromn
Ioncer from romn ila his anr Tln place > v > of business bUllnes for his his hnmn hnmnnd home homeanr honneintl
anr intl nd ho hasnot has not been bn seen or heard of since sinceTho since1ho SinceIhe
Tho Weather WeatherInlr Weatherlair ealhlr ealhlrFnlr
lair weather prevailed l > ealed over nil Al the country countrynstcrdny countrye countryetertuar
nstcrdny e lerdlr siye te e for or some saro cloudiness coudln In the morn nnornur mornit mor morIn
In it la the Atlantic Atantc States from Virginia lrllall to Maine MaineIth MAInewith falaeIltbllbt
Iltbllbt with Ith light rain rlin In Rhode Island IslandThe blUd blUdTbe IMaidThe
The pressure was was wa low along the mast with wih one onentre oneentre onemmcc
ntre of depression depreilon well wel to the east of Virginia Virginialid lrllnla lrllnlaand lrgtniantt
and ntt lid a well wel denned storm arcs which whih mooted mOled cast culitrote castom a1 a1rrom
rrom rote om the Like L ke regions passing out oUllbe the St 1t tt Lawrence Lawrencealley Llrenee LlreneeValey LAwrencealley
alley and causing brisk to high winds from rrm the thewcr thelower thewcr
lower Valey wcr lakes east to tho Xcw cw England llglnd coast and andjrthward andnorlbward antiorttnwnrd
jrthward Into Canada Calada An area Arel of high hllh pressure pressureivered prcssureconred preaaureoieted
conred ivered all al the Interior of the country with clear clearicier cear cearcooler chairooler
cooler icier weather The temperature was WU ten to toraity totwenly toscaly
scaly degrees delree lower In the Missouri lssour find Ind Upper UpperIMisslppl UpperIS5slprl UppertA5AAtpCl
IS5slprl IMisslppl valleys le s and the Lake regions with withmc wlb wlbsome withone
some > mc light Ilhl frosts In these districts dlsilct but no freezing freezingmpcraturcs rrerJnl rrerJnltemperatures reenjugmpcratUrCA
temperatures were reported reportedIn
In this thIsCttY city the day was wa WaAcIoUdY cloudy coudy In the early earl morn mornx mor morInr mornur
Inr ur x but the weather cleared ceared after Aler 0 oclock In the theon themo tInenon
fresh to brisk northerly norlberl average averageimldlty aleragebumldly ateragewntdiiy
mo non on lag In 1 it 1 lad brsk
bumldly imldlty SS 6 per cent celI barometer baometer corrected 10 toad 10Icad 10rad
Icad rad ad to sea sealevel level at 8 A M 2972 272 O7 3 P M ii I MM MMThe 2 2hetemperalure aeoihe
The temperature yesterday as recorded by the thenclal Iboomcal thomciM
omcal labl nclal thermometer Is I ihown In the annexed anaeHdlabl innezedlO3
1603 103 1003 10 19M 103 1505 1505ro In02CO mto mtota
82 CO < SPMerr SPMerr1M M ro roSV fRo
1M 01 67 JM JMi SV 67 67ASIIINOTON 67alM 57ip
1211 alM ip ii 61 nt i i21 1211d 4 4tAIItN0T0N to toWASINOTON
WASINOTON ASIIINOTON rOIIBCAIlT rOllCAfT FOB TODAT TO DAT AND TO TOMORROW TOMORROW Toawnnow ¬
MORROW awnnow1or MORROWfor MORROWPor
for eastern Xfio eW Vert 10rk fair and tttntlnuH tne cool coolinv rol rol10rJU reoldy
10rJU inv < Ifllr ulr and Iine warmer uarmtr tomorroi tomorrol frei fi fresh > > to brut brltkrll brutnJrth Suitugh
nJrth ugh > rll > to rust t Kindt KindtFor u1ndsFor wtedStor
For New ew England fair snIt continued < ontnued cool eol lo loly 10riaI moas
riaI as ly fair to tomorrow morrow and warmer except In canteenlater eastern easternulne e t r rIoln
Ioln later fresh Ire1 to brisk winds becoming btorili east Sot Sotday Sotjcia o t turrla
urrla urrlaFor jcia jcialur day dayTor
For the District ltrll of Columbia CollmhL1 Delaware felawarr Mary Marynd MarytUtu Iar Iarlalll
lalll tUtu nd New s Jersey Jrtl nnd eastern taslr Pennsylvania lnnIanl air ralrand fairlid airid
and lid id continued contnue1 cool < OIIIHIII inday to ttut fair and not so o coul cOlllo cOlllomUlro run lo loiirruw ii iiiutrrIw
mUlro iirruw lljlil 1 lt to t fresft rrlnotl north lu east wlmlv wlmlvFnr wla wlaFlr wiihfnr
Fnr Flr wrsirni wltr New uew w Vork w f lair lr Inday odl fair anl anlurltr and andarntI nd ndirmir
urltr arntI irmir i in to A morrow variable vlnilJ y Ind mutt licconilnit licconilnitulli htonllll htonlllluull turcoinutuuctuttu
uull ulli an ill I fr r81 Itili ii I I
CALLSPANAMATREATYASTE CALLSPANAMATREATYASTEWATTERSO CALS CALLS PAHAMATREATY ASTEAL ASTEAWATTERS0N I IJATTERON
WATTERSO JATTERON SAYS Al JWOO 30000000 n nFOR Iru IruJ iA iAFOR
FOR J AMKIllCAS AMKIllCASIiillnmtm AJ A1IA1tI4NIntimatra fRWtS fRWtSIntmal
Iiillnmtm Intmal That Tat the Senator Stnalor Were ere In 1 1Aliened the II IIlIirf
Aliened lIirf 11511 rt Job dobrtnlhlll JobIreneitntemi Frenchmen Wrr rl re to C CK20OOOWM Get Get820OOUOODotota G G2000000Ilornta
K20OOOWM 820OOUOODotota 2000000Ilornta > nocota Men en Wintvd WintvdMuch iiatmtcciMuch antld a alleh
Much lleh and aii That Tat Kllleil Kied It I He le Auer AuerLOUISVILLE AerlLOUISVILLE bltrlLUSVIJE
LOUISVILLE LUSVIJE Ky Sept Spt 24 241Inry 24Henry Henry W Wteraon Wet WetterRonln Witerson
teraon terRonln hi the CourierJournal this mornlt mornltin moring mniorninin
in an answer anlwer to an editorial Itlltorlil article in t tBirmingham the theDrmlngham ti tihirmninghazn
Birmingham Drmlngham Ala ledger intakes mak t tcharge the thechargo ti ticharge
charge that some of the United Unied Stat StalSenators Stafes StafesSenators StatSenators
Senators sold oltl out when the MorganHe MorganHoiittrn MorganHeburn
burn bur Isthmian Canal Canl bill bI was WI up for cc ccslderation con consldcrton cosideratiomi
slderation sldcrton and that the Panama Can Cairoute Canal Canalroute Canroute
route Is I the result of a gigantic job jobsays He HeSa8 I ISa3u
says among other things thingsTho thingsho thingsrine
Tho ho MorganHepburn JorgnHepbur bill bi doslgnatithe doslgnati doslgnatng dosignatlithe
the Nicaraguan route supported by t treport the thereport ti tireport
report of a commission cmmlslion and by ample c clateral cl cllatoral cc cclateral
lateral testimony had passed pl8e the Hoiby Hoi House Houseby louby
by an overwhelming majority majoriy and w wabout wabout
about to pass > the Senate by a twothir twothirvote twothirdsvote twothinvote
vote when M 1 Eduard Lampre Lmpr6 Panama Pananturned Panamaturned Panamaturned
turned up UI at lt Washington The rogi roguin rogiin rgues rguesIn
in France who had hal got possession pO 8lslon of t tfag the thefag ti tifag
fag ends of the old De Leasopa Le qeps scanc scancand Rcandal Rcandaland scand scandanti
and tragedy tragoy had first frt sent over one Hulto Hut Hutn Hutnto Hutto
to spy out the lay of the land Hutln Hutn talk talkabout tked tkedabout talkiabout
about 11500 150000000 He was Wa only afeeler afeelerHaving a afcelerHaving feler felerHaving
Having ascertained asceralnetl that 140000000 40000000 000 w wabout was wasabout Wi Wiabout
about tho figure tgure that might be made pra praticable prac practicable pratlcable
ticable 120000000 S2000 for tho thieves in i Fran Franrarid Franand ae
and 20000000 2000 for the thieves in i America AmericaHutin Aerea AereaHutn Amer1caHtin
Hutin Hutn went home and Ind Lamprc Lmpr came cmo Wihis Wi Wih Wihhl8 Withis
his arrival upon the stage the scenes nes begi begito bega begito
to be shifted First ono newspaper newsppr con cornspaderit coniama core coresp
sp spaderit dent and then another Came came out for forPlama ft ftPdha
Plama Pdha iama First one alleged allegr expert expr a ahen and andthen an anthen
then another came out for Panama PanamaPublic PanamaPubhie
0 Public Publc opinion thus manipulated an ansuppotieci a alupposed and andsuppld
suppld lupposed to bo b adjusted a jlted the gray gry wolyjf woly woe woiyrof
of the Senate Snate began to show the whit whitsf whies whiesof wltittof
of their eyes eYe then to wag their tails tais th thcautiously then thencaulousl the thecautiousls
caulousl cautiously to come out into the Ire open opeiinally openfinally
opn opnfuall
finally fuall the Spooner act setting eting aside nitle t tMorganHepburn lhe lheMorganHephur tl tlMorganhepburn
MorganHephur MorganHepburn bill bi and a 11 subetitutii subetitutiianama 8ubluUng 8ubluUngPanama substitutliPanama
Panama anama for Nicaragua lllrgu But even eVln her herhe here heretl inertire
tl tire he thieves had u little ltlo care for tho loo looif loolof looks looksof
of if it I thuy t he were not wholly wholy insensible insensibleho IUl enslble of oftho
the ho finalities tnnltleH and an to tfor eofor for appearan appearanlake appeararnsakethey
lake akethey they inserted insertt a clause caUe setting for forhat forth forththat forthurt
hat if there was wal any hitch hich in the mill ratiation ratif millnttiozn
ation of the proposed propoq1 treaty with Colomblhe Colombiathe Colombia ColombittIre
the he Pr Pnltlent ident should u UO use e his hl ii discretion e1creton ar arelect and andsclt antelnet
sclt elect a route routeIn routeIn routeIn
In other words the gray r wolves wo1e 1 1cehiing I Iselling In Inselng
selng selling out to the French jobbers jobor wl wllad who whohad wIthad
had nothing to sell sel but a few pots and andtans andtansant < > aitnd ai aiiintl
ant tnd a lawsuit lWMUI were careful creul not to be tc tcwiciiicuouely too toocontJlcuouely toorispIeuotrsIy
wiciiicuouely in the service of tho tramonttnerttnl tram tramxmtinentnl tronsconlnentul
contJlcuouely conlnentul xmtinentnl railways lihva s equally equaly opposed opposedaclx I Iach to toeach
each > ach and every canal canll project projectWho projectWho projectIno
Who Ino should foiojee fot owe that the thieves thieveI i iJogoa In InBogoa i iBogoa
Bogoa getting geting a whiff wlll of the steulln steullnrom Btealug ruteulimnroni
from rom Washington would contrive that thaBefore thatfore thatuefore
Before fore Washlnflon the delivery dehver of the goods 12000 200000t 200000thould oooooorhouhui
shoulc hould como to them But so 0 it came t tass to topa tunits
pa ass > Colombia lolombi rejected the treatr Th Thiituation The ThefituaUon Thtitouttion
fituaUon iituation provided for in tho bpoone SIoonera
a iut 1 has arrived Tho President is h foe fnco face faceto
to o face with wih the precise contingency which whicven whicheven wlniclveui
even ven tho thieves thien1 considered necessar necessaro
to o secure their rear nml a 11 to save their bacon bacoimong baconamong bacorinnouig
among the people in case there should l Ii b boo b
too oo great rll a row rowAnd rowAnd rowAnd
And what wlal do wo see We see appeal appealor appaI
for or delay dela urgings for a I new treaty treat plan planbra plan8for planora
for bra a Colombian revolution revoluton and thesocessio thesocessiof the sO8110a sO8110aof secessiot secessiotit
of it f Panama Pllama anything nnthinl everything everjthln to makood make makegood inakOcd
good Ocd the 120000 20000000 to the th thieves in Franc Francnd Franland Francuinn
and inn nd the 20000000 2000 to tho thieves thleesln in Amcricr Amcricrompleting Areria Areriarmpletlng Annericaompleting
rmpletlng ompleting the sum agreed upon in th thipooner thSponr tinpooner
Sponr ipooner act Of course CIr0 if I tlieso thl these e avail availhe a availhe I
th he 20000000 2000 for the thieves tliuA in Bogota Bgota nuts muee lust lustbe
be e made good also alo and will wi bo inserted Insrted ii iino In Intho It Ithe
tho he no next treaty treat treatIf
If tho President hearkens totheclamo totheclamoml to the clamor clamorand
and ml hesitates hesiates it will wi not mean that he i iorsonally is ispersonaly I Imrsornaiiy
personaly orsonally corrupt with a 1 share shar of th theallngs the thestlaln tinttealirugs
stlaln eallngs > coming to It > him but it will wi mea mealat meanthaI meamhat
thaI lat the power behind bc lnd the steal is Ilk lke lkethe 111crtie
the tie 10 power of Quay in Pennsylvania Pluns Ialla an anddicks and andAdtllek8 anttddick
ddicks in Delaware Jllawure too great reat for hlm hlmis hlmhis hinthA
his hA is nomination and Int election ellcton nhecd Ihecdto IhecdtoreiRt nhiecdt nhiecdtesist ti tisist
reiRt sist It ItPanama It itPanama
Panama may rav have somo engineering enginerng nrl nrlnntages Id Idvantagf adnirtagrs
vantagf nntages over Xicnrngua lcargua but all ni other ad aclantages advltal adantngesancl
vltal antages antngesancl and at1 they the t are overwhelming overwhelmingre oelwhelmlng oelwhelmlngart
art re with Nicaragua Nearly the whole e of oftho ohe
tho he 10 Nicaragua Xicargua route routethrough through the San JuaIvor Jua Juan JuanRvor JuamlIver
Rvor lIver and an tho lake lalealready already exists It 1 1ife I Ii Iiafe
safe ife to say sa that the cost COl of its completio completioill completon completonwil
wil ciii ill not exceed excet the cost of Panama Who Whois Whenit
it b is i completed corpletd we shall Rhal have a waterway waterwayal
al 11 1 our own ownrlght right across the Gulf of Mexic Mexicnd Nexictmt Iexlcoal
al nd tho Caribbean Cnlhbean Sea from tho cotto cottotales cottomitates < ton tonStates
States tales of tho South Florida Forda Georgia GeorgiaAtbaml Georgiadutbanni Jeorgislabama
Atbaml labama MississippiLouisiana IRsL slpplLliiana and Texas Texafthn TexaRtho Texasthe
ane
the canal canl through a friendly friend I health healthuitful healthfrllitful healthy healthyrinitful
frllitful uitful region replon destined eCtned to be Americanize Americanizend <
anI nd to become beeomeas as Texas was before befor it was wastato wastate a aStatf
Statf tate orTerritory or Terri ton of the American Amercan Union Unionot Unionnot
not ot a smell smel of a job anywhere anywhereMeanwhile anywhererleanwhiIe anywherolewhip
Meanwhile lewhip times lmes up Mr 11 President Presidentho Prlsl ent entThe
The ho Colombian treaty tret is dead deadkied deadkilled killed b bn by byan in intn
an n overdose of rascality rscalty in Bogota opota Wi Wiou Wi Wion
ou act upon the mandate unguardediven unguarded ulguardedly ulguardedlygIven unguartledlRon
gIven Ron you by b tho Spooner act or will wi yo1 yo1ontinuo yotontlnuo ou ouonlnuo
ontinuo onlnuo jou to play politics poliics of the ho Quay
Aedlcks ddicks brand brnd until unti the thieves tlievR get their thnlcond theirpcond thudeconti
cond wind working tho while hle tho schem schemf ehemoof
of f the transcontinental trncontlnutal railways rlwn s for oh ohiructions obstrctions ohtructions
strctions iructions and delay tlela tlelaXO delayhO
XO hO 0 POLITICS IV V AXTICOLER SUlia SUIT SUITta UIT UITIs
Is ta a Ilaln Hatter Iattr of lliislnrss Ilslues Rights nght Sa3Guarrilan Say SayGuardian SarsWardlnn
Guardian Trust Lawyer LawyerDavid lawlr lawlrDavid LawyerDavid
David B Simpson SimpRn who is tho ntorne ntorner at orney orneyfor
for or > r WaIler Waler and others othlr In their suit agnn agnnird age n niird > t tird
ird S Color said aid yesterday Ilterea that there therno thereIs thenI
Is I no animus in tho suit sui nor any an desire t tlit to tohur turt >
hur lit Mr Ir Coler politically politicallyThis pollialy pollialyTh
This Th Is is shown said ho Thy by b the fact facmt factthat facihat
that mt the suit was wu begun more than twi twionthsago two twomonth twnontha
month nontha onthsago ago at a time tlle when Mr Ir Coleas Cole ColerWI ColetaR
WI taR as loudly 101dl proclaiming thnt he was ou oupolitics out outof owf
of f politics po lt II The complaint filed fed the other othciy otherday otheay
day iy In the United States Circuit Court Couran Courtan ourt ourtIt
It an amendment to tho previous coin cointaint complaint cornlaint
plaint taint filed fed two months month ago and the amend amendent amendmenl arnemndnent
menl ent was Wa made to meet 111 certain cerain technica technicaejections tecnical tecnicalobjections techlcahjections
ejections made by Mr Ir Coler himself am amis
hli 18 is codefendants codlfendants who evidently wish tiioid to toavoid ti tcvoid
avoid void a trial on the merits merls of the case casehis ca caThL caseiris
ThL his suit is a 1 matter matcr of business bu inpR pure pur am ammple and andsimple antimple
simple mple Numbers Xtmucr of stockholders etockholder other othelan otherthan otherhan
than han lan tho plaintiffs plaintliA have signified lignltill their in inntion intention irunntlon
tention ntion of coining comin into the suit sui and nci enforc cnforch enforcIng
Ing n their < h r rights rightsIr rightsIr i8IL i8ILore
Ir Ir Hlmpon Simpson also Mid thrt that h his plalntifs plalntifswor plaint lift liftrem
wor rem ore not as obscure OH I hud ble been assertedne asserted n ertfd ertfdOne
One hte ne of the thlnpof thingg t of f which tho t ho plaintiffi plaintiffimiplnln plllntins plllntinscomplain iuiaintifltonnplalrn
complain according to Mr Ir Simpson 811on wni WMthe ncnire
the ire 10 investment of certain crtain funds by Mr MrDler MrColpr Mrbier
Colpr bier in such a I way n Cur to net a ices ICPF o of ot otooQo
2000 0000 in interest to the Guardian Trust Trusjmpany TrustC Trusturnpany
C < jmpany They also assert a slrt that that the corn cornmys cor cornnovs
mys stock stoce has hl depreciated in valu valurough voluirough DluJ DluJthr
thr rough ugh groan mismanagement mismanagementrOVLD mlSmlnnlllfll mlSmlnnlllfllJJ mismanrigenmurttJOLD
rOVLD JJ DESTROY Df TmY GIBRALTAR GIBRALTARranscd OIRRUTARUlrnnel If Iferruigeti
Ulrnnel ranscd Electrician Electrlllan Sa Sai > 1 lie 11 Has la a Ma Machine alachine n nchine
chine That Can Do II IIELIZABETH I ItELTzABETIf
ELIZABETH ELZABEf N J J Sept Scpt 24 2ICloviR Clovis Hen lienuirt Henin Jel Jelquin
quin uirt in 28 years Ylars old an electrician electrican and civil civligineor civiligiriter
igineor of this city is mentally mentaly deranged dcrangwa
as u a result of overstudy When arraigned arraigneiIs
thh us Is morning for examination fmmlnaton ho drew drewou drewouhis rrew out outr Olt Oltof
of r his pocket a pattern patern of a machine am amevery and andto andt
to t every question replied repliedYes repled repledoYeR repliedes
Yes es Judge Judle this Is it It It I can 1111 put ptt the tbrck theRck tireck
Rck > ck of Gibraltar Ghrltar out Ott of business businessHo bUllnesR bUllnesRUo
Ho has been held hel for further furher eiamina eiaminaa Iumlnatlon
tlon on
f nr lr a ltTI 111t1TISI APT isr MISSIOX MISSIOXIllriurnt 11SW 11SWStttllltnt IISSIOVrttletnent
Stttllltnt Illriurnt FommnderiorCoiIco Ioiindril Olndll for Collrffo Collle Girls GrlN or orthe cmithe n nthe
the Kant Stile SIII of Harlem HarlemThe larlll larlllThe Harlenillte
The Baptist Bapttt City Ciy Mission llRslon Society Socety ha haised 111s 111sleaRed Itoaced >
leaRed aced a house houht on the thl north Hide lide of 125 125reot 1 5h 5htr > tli tlireel
tr reel ot near First avenue avenup nod fnd is to opei opeiit oruin
in I it n I settlement 6etlenwnl to bo 10 > carried clrrllll on bj bjmen h hwomen byotnnen
women men > college coleo students 1 tllrltf Their Tlelr numbiM numbiMs ni I bLr bLrha
ha tat s not vet et Ixnn I en determined detemhllcl It is i ii proprwci proprwcicall propcRdI proucueeIcaII
I call altI the seltlnmiiit Ilttlfmlnt sell Iritvctit Neighhorliccil Neighil elghlorlccd oritccd Hcusn 1IctneIto Hcusnicwork
The Ito icwork work is the thl growth rilh of lt a small flul lulghbnr lulghbnrod 1flghbor
110 od work begun a year Inr ago npo by Ir the t II lit Citj Citjfiiloii it it11f111 ity ityissinmn
11f111 fiiloii < Koeiety Soc I in II a hnuw hou direrliy d dirivt nrl y ccrost ccrostflriot i istrect
tJ flriot trlf hoot I 111 ho on1 11 just letter ku < d
ELLISS ELLSSYlSII VISIT TO MENEM MENEMMetro MENEUK MENELIKNegro i iI I
Metro Nltro Cutting Ct Cmittln Un a Splurge Splurte In Europe Euope C Cfrom Came Cameom Ce CeProii
from om Tcxss TcxssAUSTIN Tx TxAUSTIN TexaAUSTIN
AUSTIN Tex Sept Spt 24 24Wlln 24William William H El Elwho Eli Eli Eliwho
who Is named nmed in London and Paris Parisspatches de desptchsls d dspatches
sptchsls spatches as being bing at the t he head of a gorg gorgexpedition gorgeus gorgeusexpedition gorgeo gorgeoexpedition
expedition that is II to visit King Kng Men Menof Menelk Menelkor Mendof
of Abyssinia AbYmlnl is a well wel known know Texas Texs m negro negroHo negi negiHo i iHo
Ho was born bor at Victoria VIctori Tex and an 11 11for Ive liv livfor
for many years yeat at San Sn Antonio where wheremother wher his hismother i imotlnen
mother and brothers brthcrstl still reside resideWhen rl8lde11m residehen
When 11m hen out of Texas exaR Ellis Els says ers ho 1 1Cuban Is isCuban a aCuban
Cuban but when at his old home ho hoknown lieknown Is Isknown
known and ant treated as lS a negro Ho lias liasan hd hdan hi hian
an unusual unuHul career His mother was v vpoor very verypr ye yepoor
poor but through the Interest taken In 1 1by him himby hi hiby
pr by white whie friends In II San Antonio Ellis EI g ga i ia got gota
a good god education etluet lon Ho speaks Span Spanfluently SJnlsh SJnlshfuently Sani Sanifluently
fluently fuently His mother and brother brotherblack are areblad a ablack
black but Ellis EII is L a mulatto multo His Hi sis sismade sister sistermdo slatmade
made mdo a sensation at at Chicago Unlvers Unlversa Universiy Universiyo
a few years ago when she attemptedassociate attempted atcmlte attetimptedassociate to toaSolatc
associate aSolatc with white students studentsEllis sludentsEIR studentsEllis
Ellis EIR is the man mln who attempted atemped to co conlzo 1010 1010nlzo col colnize
nlzo several leurl hundred hundre Alabama Albma negroes negroesMexico negrO negroesMexico In InMexico
Mexico several sveral years ago Smallpox Smllpx brr brrout broko brokoout brol brolout
out among tlw t ho negroesand negroes anti most of th thdied them themdletl tIne tInetiled
died The good otliccs oUlcc of anc the United Unie Stat StaiGovernment Statea StateaGovernment StatGovernment
Government was necessary to get the s svlvors Bur Burvlvors su suvivors
vlvors back to their neclAr Alabama Alabam homes homesEllis homl horneirEllis
bck thel
Ellis EIIM was backed by a Texas bank banksarid bankand ber berald
and ald went to New N w York city about abut ten y yago yea yeaago
ago and opened offhes oft es on Wall Wal street streetlx strot He Hebecame I Ibecame
lx became > camo ant oprld connected connocw with wih the Westches WestchesWater Westcheter WestcheterWater WeatchrestWater
Water Company and according acording to roper ropowhich roprts roprtswhich roperwhich
Compny ant
which he has sent to his Texas TexasqualntanOs Texs ac acqulntans a aquairitans
qualntanOs qulntans from from time tmo to time tmo ho ia is n na now nowa no noa
a multimillionaire multimillionairettlS multi muitlmnillionalreIlls miionaire miionairellf
Ills llf FOVRTH DIVORCE IJHOllf CASE CASEDr C4SEDr C4S C4SDr
Dr F A Rulokholdt or New Haven HavenDefendant laven lavenlerlltant JiavenIlefenitant
Defendant lerlltant In This Suit SuitNEW Sol SolNEW MuttNxw
NEW HAVEN Sept Spt 2For 24 For the fou foutime fourth fourthUme burl burltIme
time Dr F Arthur Rulckholdt of this thi c cwill eiy eiywi cii ciiwill
will wi appear soon 80n in the Superior Court Courtthe as asthe i ithe
the principal pincpl appr in a divorce case ese Three Thre tin tinho 11mwlie
ho has been ben released release from matrlmon matrintonibonds matrlmonbonds mtrimonial mtrimonialbonds
bonds upon his own petition plUon for divonToday divon divor divordToday
Today wife No 4 Mrs lrs Emma Emma Ruickhok Ruickhokbrought Rulckholdtbrought Bulckholdbrought
brought suit against agalnt him and attached atache I Iproperty his hisproprly h hproperty
property proprly in this city ciy for 150 15000 alimonyMrs alimony alimonyMrs almony almonyMrs
Mrs Rulckholdt No 4 alleges aleges that t tdoctor the thedoctor ti tidoctor
doctor has boon bon guilty guity of intolerable intlerable cruel crueltoward cruelty crueltytoward cruelttoward
toward her and asks a divorce divorc on th thground tbt tbtgrund thigrounl
ground grund She was WI a domestic domestc in the dctors dc do dottors
tors house before bfore she became ome his hL wife wie i iDec on onDeo c cDec
Dec 9 1902 1902The 192 192he 1902Tine
The he doctors three thre former wives wive me meoccasionally met metocasional metoccasionally
occasionally ocasional and talk things over Tl Tlfirst The Thefrt Tifirst
first divorce divorc was Wil granted grante to the doctors doctonMay dotori I IMay In InIay
May frt Iay 1875 the allegation alegntlon being bing that tht Ma MaJane MarJane
Jane Uuickholdt Iulckholdt has been bn guilty of sue BUImisconduct suemisconduct
misconduct mlAontluct as to t make the life lfe Iultl of 0 tho pet peltioner pt pettinner
tioner unbearable The next decree dere wi wisecured was wasscurd wtsecured
secured tone unbrhll on Dec 19 1889 189 Tho defendantnature defendant defendantname defendantsname
scurd
name was Lena Lena Kulckholdt Iulckholtlt and Infidel Infidelwas Infdely Infdelywas lnftdelitwas
was the ground The Te last IIt decree dere was o otained OD ODtalne ol oltamed
tamed talne on Juno 19 1902 192 and cruelty crelty withe wi was wasthe wotime
the allegation allegationDr
hero Dr alegation alegationDr Rulckholdt i1 Is n a well wel known ttVivRlri ttVivRlrihero phYlcln phYlclnhere physicia physiciahero
DIVORCE 1111 FORCE PLEA TO FLAMMER FLAMMERWill FLUlfER
Will 11 the Kind Klnl ferman Irnum emnian Indue Also Pun PunMrs Plh Plhn Punts Puntsr
> Mrs n Kcholzs ButcherMagistrate Butcher lutchcr lutchcrIagitrate Itutchcr7Magistrate
Magistrate Iagitrate Flammer who is sitting sittingtho sitng In Inthe I Itime
the Yorkvillo court curt got a twelvepa twelvepaletter twelvepageleter twelvepingletter
leter letter in German iermnan yesterday which provto prove proved provedto proveto
to be a petition from Wilhelma Wihelma Mary 1ary Lout LoutPaulina Luisa LuisaPaulna LouisPautina
Paulina Paulna Frinzck Frnzel called calcl Mime ln Scholz n nPosner nil nilPcarrrer e ePoner
Posner Poner of 218 East Twentyeighth stre streefor strefor street streetfor
for a 1 divorce from her husband hUband Frederic FrederkWilliam Frlerck FrlerckWiiam Fredericilliatn
Wiiam William illiatn Frinzek Frnzel a furrier furrierTho furrierTho furrierThe
Tho petition petton was addressed adtrc8ll to tho kin kinDeutscher kind kindDlutHI kimDotnisoher
DlutHI Deutscher her Richter Hchter of the Magistrate Magistrateourt MagistrateCourt Magitrates MagitratesCourt
Court ourt Fourth outh district distrct Department r rDivorco of ofDrco o oDivorce
Drco Divorce Proceedings Procetlngs Besides Beide along a long item iterjized iem iemIzed itemlzed
ized complaint of her husbands hUbands mlscoi mlscoiluct micon miconduc misconduct
duct the writer asks that her butcher b bunished be beIlunllhed hpunished
duc Ilunllhed punished unished tle for wrter selling selng her bad meat met and ant gh ghIng gl giving
Ing her short weight weightThe weightThe weightThe
ni The letter leter contains contaln this explanation c cho of ofthe o othe
the ho selection scleton of Magistrate Iagitrate Flammer FlammerYour FlammerYour FlarinonerYour
Your Honor 10nor knowing you ou to be o oroy i imy of ofmy
my nationality and a I gracious gracIou rodressi rodressiif redresseof
natonlly rereer rereerof
of the wrongs of the Germans I confh confhn onfido onfidoIn onfIdin
In n you YOI wrollg alone my family famiy troubles troublC and as askou Bk Bkvou asyou
you to give mo a divorce dolc from my hut hutjand husband busband
band bandla bandMagLitrote jandMagistrate
Magistrate la L trto Flammor Instructed Instructe Probr ProbrNonary Probalonary Prohationary
Nonary Officer Ofhr Von Diezebki Dezelki to invite th thwoman the thewoman tbwoman
lonary woman to call on him in court curt curtTO courtTO
TO 0 lfll fUIE 0PEV OPE AIR hJEIhIIMiss nEDDIX nEDDIXlisa WEIWfVOlss
Miss lss lisa Pratt Pat Will Wi tili Ilo le Married Iarrlld In a Pavlllo PavllloDullt Palon PalonDul PavillotBuilt
Built Dul for the Purpose PurposeThe Prpose PrposeThe PurposeThe
The announcement announCment of tho coming mar maiiago marriage marriago
iago of Miss Helen Pratt daughter t the of ofthe o othe
the he late latl Charles Charls A Pratt founder of Peat PralInstitute Pratt Prattlnttute PeatInstitute
lnttute Institute in Brooklyn with ilh the accompany accompanjng accompanyIng accompanylog
log ng details detais of the novel and attracthjutofdoor attracth attrctle attrctleoutofdoor attractlvoutofdoor
outofdoor pavilion pavion in which it is designed deslgneo designedto
to o hare the wedding take tlke place plac at th thVatt the thePrat thPratt
Pratt Prat estate in Glen Gen Cove Long Lng Island Islandittracting Is Isattractlg i iattractIig
ittracting the attention and enthusiasm cnthusiasisociety enthusiasmof
atenton ant
attractlg of > society in Brooklyn The wedding i iet Is Isset I Iset
set et for Oct 8 8inder 8Tho 8The
The specially designed pllon pavilion I is already alreadyuntler alread alreadunder
under way It will wi be constructed contnlctl on th tho tholawn tblawn
lawn or lie the manr manor house and wi will be open opento opetto
to 0 the sky Iky If I the day should prove storm storma
1 a 1 canvas canvls cover will wi be stretched for a roo roothe rooThe rooi rooiThe
the design Is a a double row of Corirhlan Corin Corinthian Corintitian
titian columns over which canvas canvl will wi b bitretched be betretched hi histretched
stretched to form the sides Garlands c cak of ofoak o ooak
oak > ak leaves and white whie roses will wi be hI arrange arrangeo arrnged arrngedto
to o give plve the classic clllic effect desired desiredThe de8lredThe desiredThe
The bridegroom Ernest EreRt F Dane c closton of ofBORton oBoston
Boston is of a prominent proml nt New ew England Engioncfamily Englanamily Englandfamiy
family Ho is I a 1 graduate rcuato of Harvard Harvardlass Harvardclnss Harvardclass
class famiy lass of 02 Miss lls Pratt is a Smith Colleg Collegiraduate Collge Collgegraduate Collegugraduate
graduate graduateCLEt graduateCLEIN iraduate7LC1V
CLEt 7LC1V LP CIIIES J l S GRAXD GRtD JURl JURlouil JRr JRrLOld 1 tIlI tIlILoud
LOld Loud ouil Call Cal on Cantor From the CrlmlnaCourts Criminal CrlmtnalCourt CriminalCourts
Courts Building BuildingThe luldlng luldlngThe BuildingThe
The Grand Jury Jur disgusted at the nastcondition nast nastndition nasty nastycndition
cndition condition of tho Criminal Courts Cours Building Buildingjoncerning Buidin Buidincncering Buildingconcerning
cncering concerning which Judge Newburger mad madjomplaint made madecOplalnlllt madicomplaint
cOplalnlllt complaint last spring to Borough Presiden PresidenCantor Prlsltlent PrlsltlentCantor PresidenlCantor
Cantor passed a resolution rlBlution yesterday condemriing con conlemning cn cndemning
lemning the building buiding ns af filthy f1h and unsani unsaniary unsanitary unsanitary
tary ary District DIHlrct Attorney Alorne Jerome embodiei embodieihis embodlld embodlldthil embodiecthIs
thil his resolution in II a letter leler to Cantor H Hbought He HethouJht Hr Hrthought
bought maybe Cantor might be movei moveio movccto
thouJht to o whitewash whltewish the place a little littleIIEUKD ltte ltteIIE1IW littleIIELIEI
IIEUKD IIE1IW PARKERS TO FORGE FORGEJoy JOrf JOrfDo FO1fGlBoy
Do Joy Arrested 115tl1 as the theteeoniplies Accomplice Aeeomplee of th thMan thi thiilan
Man and Women WomenHarry iommmenHarry olen olenHarry
Harry Gordon 17 years yelrs old was heli helin held heldIn helcin
In n 1500 150 bail bai by Magistrate Iagl trale Mayo In o in I th thfombs the theTomb thiromnins
Tomb > police polce court yesterday on BUS sttspicion BUSilclon SUApielon
pielon ilclon as I an accomplice accomplc of Harry anr anrlabel and andMabel andlabe1
label Parker whoso forgeries forgeres led to thou thoirrest lhelrarrc thouorrest
arrc rrest > t a month ago a o Detective Dltectlye SergeanHark Sergeant Srgeant SrgeantClark Sergeantlark
Hark who arrested Gordon onion says S R the boi boitolo boy boystolo boynob
tolo nob letters leterR that t had hal been ben written wrten byner bynerons by per perttflhj
pr prOnR
ons whoso names the Parkers wished ti tiorge to tofOr tcrorge
fOr rorge orge e
HlSIESS TROUBLES TROUBLESexecution TRO TROIxlcnton TIfhtRLISExeclitloil
Ixlcnton execution Apaliut aIJt Fritz Frit rl7 z IlmllnBcrs 1llllllr8 Co Cooperative Cooperative o oolllratvc
operative olllratvc Cigar Company CompanyAn CmpanAn
An execution eXEcuton for 4003 agaInst Aainst the thl Ex Kxelsior Exeellor Exelslor
eellor elsior Consumers COI51Ulr8 Cigar CorinItiy Coni COIIIIII iiiy Fritz Frituindlmiger FritIndliiRer FritzIlnrlnler
Ilnrlnler IndliiRer treasurer trsnrtr has hl8 hn been turnecver turned turld turnedver
011 ver to the I hI Sheriff Hhprlt by John Schreyer Schreyerio Schrl lr lrwh
wh vito io lent the money mane on the thl companys compln note noteho noteTho noterho
Tho ho concern conclr is II capitalized apltll7cd for 128000 12 25000 t0 am amis and nndiA andhr
iA is stockholders stockholdlrM many mllY of whom whol are saloon salooneepcM saloonkeeperi siloonteeper
keeperi eepcM bouuVit their till tho II Ir own product productPaul productPaul productPriul
Paul A Jeanneret annlrel and ald Minis Hilbcrt liblrt P PJeanneret PJeanneret Pt
t Jeanneret V Co 0 I manufacturer lunufaeurerH of cole colerntch Koldwitch goldcatch
witch catch cases llses at lt 73 7 and anr 77 i Nassau street madi madin rld
01 Iii n asaicnment IMHI lr nt yesterday estprdll to louis Ioul VolUteln WollstelnIahitlttts VolUtelnlabilities 018teln 018telnIlahllll8
Ilahllll8 labilities Irooo l5000rlnd and nominal 101inal assets pt i flMO flMOAhrainnmur KX KXAbrahum
Abrahum AbrahuU Krlejter I K riegr Itlcr manufacturer Illuflcturr of fun funt
m t Mereer M Iprp crier r and 1111 ii miii Third iti rd street et lrfI retr made 1111 nn 111881In in en iifiilen iifiilenlent it ssi tin tinititt
ititt lent t yesterday Isleda tsI erdun j to luhr hi lahrii1 herr 1 I I Ht HtHeiiisen 18 Fuss Fussitetuisii >
1111 Heiiisen 1811 Iliirllni lrlll real Iul state lll inortjraiti inortjraitirokcr rortAale rortAalebroklr mnortgurgstrek
rokcr trek ur of 00 Of Snssum N IU iisi ii xtreot ci reel has fllcd nlld a I Pelt petlIon 111 PeltIoui
Ion In bankruiitry halkrUII with Il llnbllltliw Ilblll Iinl > iiltIipr soars tVlixind SIIMOald soarsmd
ald 101 nd no impels IRpl AIIIOIIK iirotng 1011 the thl creditor crrdlorR are lr thimale the Ihe Ihellin thesell
sell male llin I i of William jfl lllla iii I in A t iiirtt Purling Ilrlllt mm it t228iil S22SI 22Sis tin tinUiitlmi tireIitlttti
Uiitlmi 1111 Inper 111H1 10IJI < nuipiiny SZio 2t1 < t tin II I In Hump Humphire Iln1 lianijiuhire
hire hlrl Paper 1l111r Coinpnny 011J11 of South t4ouri ollih in llndley Ill JIIMK JIIMKand IIH IIH11lwI3lnrl
11lwI3lnrl 21513 and ii nil the West tSt Kldn huh > Hunk IllIk it ri k II s 1VI7 1VI7A m r11 011
A 1 iietlllon Itllol In II bankruptcy teuinkruipt iy bills hIlI licii 11 ftlpiLHliiKt filed IId filedI
111111 I LHliiKt Cli mist the II I hi Wi t rut t Shore Shor 110 ru lry m Ir r ioodx 011 ooii Compaii Compaiif I OIJI tilijiit ti5 ti5it
or it f Kindlon N V I liy h Ietnr tpr II V KOIIM uts utsN a axiiiitor lS lSHI <
xiiiitor HI N I 111101 ciii Ir or of o Hi li I hi IHlnte st 111 Ii I of a f Charles hlrlp liii rhs flroadwaj flroadwajlouw IronrIY Oroad en y yitohrse
louw a I rredltor lrNllor for 1123 SIaFlu 153 153The
101 The Flu creditors frllfor of Oar > M l I Iliiton Ifllon rafi1 rafi1riuirlelor caflily MI MIrorltor
rorltor riuirlelor 1 have lily elected flplI1 llnyH loy hay H lovn 10 > truStee IrnxieeIn 111111 truSteeFin
Fin In h llibilitkri lallllls are lre IIKIIZ2 JOI112 and inserts IMKcttl 57507 15
FATAL JOMP JUIPFROI FROM ELEVATEFIGHT ELEVATE ELEVATD ELEVATDIGHT ELEVATEDFIGHT
FIGHT WITH WII1 TICKET CHOPPER CHOPPEEXDS CHOPPERENDS CI1OPPEI1ENDS
ENDS IN BAILEYS DEATH DEATHKing DEAII DEAIIIn DEATHJung
King In the Ticket Tekl Man Say 8a Bailey Dall ThroHim Trew Thro litresHim
Him 11 on the Tracks ck and ad Jumped om d Ove Ovethe Orr Oveitine I Itle
the tle Stajr S taJr Railing Rln When Whe He le Was Par ParsuedKing Pnisued
lueKln suedKing sued King Arrested Aett After Afer a Ron RonA Bo BoA RowA PI
A man believed bleved to be b F E Bailey Baiey i iswitchman a aswitcha s sswitchman
switchman switcha on the Now York New Haven Haveiand Havenant Havenand
and ant Hartford Harford Railroad Riroa got into Ito a rot rotwith row rowwllh rowwith
with Joseph Josph King the ticket tcket chopper choppr a atho at atthe atthe
the uptown station stton of the Third Thir avenue avenuelevated avenueeloatetl avenUeeiovttted
elevated road roa at Fourteenth Fourenth street strt yester yesterday yeter yeterdy yesterday
day dy afternoon afternoonHe aftrnon aftrnonHe
He throw tbrw King from the platform platfor ti tithe to tothe tcthe
the tracks and ant in getting gettng away over the thirailing the theralug therailing
railing ralug of the stairs stir leading leig to the street strcehe stret strethe streetIto
he received r clve injuries Injurie that caused caus hideath hi hi hisdeath
death deathThe deathThe deathTue
The police plce thought Bailey Biey might have havibeen havebn havebeen
been bn thrown into Ito the street strt so they ar arrested arrte arrested
rested rte King KingKing KIngKig KingKing
King Kig who is I 20 years yer old ol and ad lives lve a at
317 East Et Fiftysixth Fitysixth street strt told the police policethat plc plcthat policethat
that Bailey Biey reached rehe the station stton platform platformthrough platfomthrough plator platorthrough
and hurried hurriecinto hurriedinto
through the north norh exit gate huried huriedInto
into the toilet toiet room rom A few fe minutes miut lat latr latrBaiey later laterBailey i iBailey
Bailey Baiey left the toilet toiet room rom and an walked walke tow toward tw twar towarch
arch ar the upper uppr end of the platform platorm King Kingsaid Kingsad Kingsaid
said sad he stopped stopp him and asked ake him 1m to gel gela get geta
a ticket ticketAccording ticketAccording
tokot tokotAccrding
According Accrding to King Kig Bailey Bley turned tuetl tchim to tohim tohim
him and said This Thi ia I the only ticket tckt youl youllget youlget youl
get then he struck King Kig a blow which whiclsent whih whihsont whichsent
sent him backward bakward on the tracks trak King Kingsaid KingIld Kingsaid
said Ild that th a train was wa approaching but buithat butthat butthat
that the engineer enginer slowed sowe up in time timeAs tme tmeAs timeAs
As he scrambled back bk on the platform platfomKing platformKing platformKing
King said sid he saw IW Bailey Baiey try to get out ol olthe orthe ofthe
the south exit gate and ad then run rn into it the thewaiting thewaltlg thewaiting
waiting waltlg room rom Thinking to head hea himoff him himoff himof
off of King ran down the north stairway stairwayand staray starayand stairwayand
and across acros the street to the south side sideAs sideAM sideAs
As he reached reched the foot of the stairs strs Bailey Baileytot Biey Bieygot BaIleygot
tot got to the head he of the stairs and seeing seeingCing seing seingKing seeingKing
King below threw himself hlmsl over the railing railingTne raing raingTne railingTire
Tne Rev o John Alexander Gray Ory of 2ifl 2iflEast 20El 229East
East Twelfth Twelfh street str who was with his hi wife wifeon wifeon wifeon
on El the station platform platorm waiting for or a tram tramgave tri traingave
gave a staton somewhat different dlfernt version verIon of theaffair the theafalr tineaffair
affair affairAs affairAs
afalr afalrAs
As I remember rmembr it I ho said there ther was wasno WI witsno
no train at the station stalon when my attention attentionwas atenton atentonwl
was first attracted to the men I heard heardeome heardfame heardsome
atrace
fame wl Irt talk about abut tickets tlcke1 and ad turning sawthe saw sawthe sa sathe
the gateman gatema talking to a man ma in a gray graysuit graysuit graysuit
suit Soon Son afterward affwar I heard hear a shout shoutand sboutand shoutand
and saw the gateman lying on his hi back backacross baekacrO backacross
across acrO the tracks traol close cOe to the third thir rail railnnd rai railand
and the gateman opposite opplte hurrying huring over overTho overThe overThe
The gateman got ot on the platform platorm and ad ran ranafter ra ranafter
after the man in the gray null I thought thoughtthe thoughtthe thoughtthe
the afer gateman had the other fellow felow by the theroattails thecoaali tinecoattails
coattails coaali Both Hth ran into the waiting wallng room roomA rom romA roomA
A moment later lter tho gateman ran rn to the theplatform therlatfoml theplatform
platform and through thrugh the north norh exit gate gatedown gatedown gatedown
down rlatfoml the stairs stalr I followed folowetl and saw aw the thogateman thecateman thegateman
gateman about half way WI down looking lookln over overwhere oyerwhero overwhere
where some men mln were wer picking up the man manin manIn manIn
in the gray suit lult The gateman came cae up upthen upthen upthen
then and pray in answer to my questions quetol paid sid the theother theother theother
other man had thrown thrwn himself himsel over the therailing theralnr theraIling
railing railingTho raIlingThra
ralnr The injured Injurtl man was Wa sent to Bellevue BelleviieHosoitai BellevueHosnltnl BeleVe BeleVeJOnial
Hosnltnl JOnial where wher he died of a fractured fracturedskull fracur fracturedskull
skull skul an hour after arrival arrivalJLST nrrhalJlST errivalJUsT
JUsT JlST MARRIED lARRIED AND A D MISSING MISSINGllcaek IUISUNODeaek MISSINGBtcack
Deaek llcaek Hasnt lasnt Been Dtln Heard Ilad From Since Sincethe Sincethe Sinesthe
the Morning Iornln After Afer Ills 11 HI Wedding WeddingAlbert WeddingAlbert tddn tddnAlbrl
Albert Albrl Schneidt of 942 Tinton avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueTime
The Bronx Bron went to Police Polce Headquarters Headquartersast Iequrter
last ast night and asked aske that tht a 1 general alarm alarme aln alarmbe
b be > e sent snt out for his brotherinlaw Vincent VincentI Vicent VicentJ
J I Blcack Bcck of 981 01 East 163d 16d street strlt who has haseen hasbn hasbeen
21 bn been il > een missing miing since t te tho ie morning lorlg of Sept Septil Spt
21Acoring According Acoring to Schnoidt the missing man manvas mn mnWI manwas
vas WI married mrrletl the night before bfore mlsslnf and in the thenorning te temorning themorning
morning asked his bride to t accompany him himlowntown himdowlown himdowntown
downtown dowlown ae so ho might introduce Introuc acmpny her ner to toho tothe tothe
the ho boss of the shop where wher he worked workedihe worke workedShe
bs
She complained eompllnt of feeling toelng tired tre and he left leftdone leftalone leftalone
alone Blcack Beck has not been seen or hoard hoardrom herd herdfrom heardfrom
from rom since sinceIrs sinc sincIr sinceMrs
Mrs Irs Ir flutters Rutlrs Coachman Coalhman Stabbed Stabbld In Sara Saratoga Saratoga ¬
toga togaSAIIATCOA 1051 1051SARATCO togaSAnArCo
SAIIATCOA Sept 24 24ohn John Cook of New Nework NewYork NewYork
York ork city ciy co years year of age is I in the SaratogaHospital Saratoga Saratogalospital Sratoga SratogaHopital
Hospital Hopital where he was wa taken this after afterioon ater aternoon afternoon
noon ioon after being bing stabbed three thre times tml by byeVitt byDeWitt byDeWitt
DeWitt eVitt Steenburgh Stcnbugh of this thll village viage a boss bossIriver bs bsdrr hoesdriver
driver 67 years yelr old The Te affray atray occurred occurredn occurre
drr In n the United Unltr States State Hotel barn on Drvi Drviion Dii Diision Dcvision
sion ion street Steenburgh says snyl that he did didiot didnol didnot
nol iot use ue his hi knife until unti after aCer being big knocked knockedown knockeddown knockeddown
down own two or three thre times tie It is 1 believed believedhat blee believedthat
that Cook will wi recovar r1OV3r For forty yearshe years yearse year
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