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VOL 2E 01 ± LXXINO NO 71 NEW YORK TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1 0 190300piolll 100 i bll > v r TII s Bu thin rrimtnp PrinUn an and < t J ublillino > Aodalon PEICE > TWO TWOC1iNTS CliNTS
BALFOUR CONSOLES CANADA CANADASKTTLEMEXT CANADATTUWT CANADAiTTIJJIiXT
SKTTLEMEXT OF TilE ALASKA ALASKADISPUTE ALASKA1IJlSllTE ALASKAIISIITE
DISPUTE A GREAT GAIN GAINLow OAI1rus AINiMs
Low of Territory Nothing NotIiIn to Removal or ora orII ora
a Cause nusr atI or Dispute Between the Na Nations Na1I0nshoale NatIonaCtiote ¬
tions 1I0nshoale thoate Speaks S akl on Same Lines Linesat Uneat
at a I lord Mayor Illtcbles Banquet BanquetSpecial OanqueSptrlal llnqeSpeeaI
Special Cablt Cob Despatch to TB Tal SUN SUNIxwnov SUNolmON SUN1ND0N
Ixwnov olmON Nov 9 9The The Lord Mayor gave gavohi Kavohlri gavehis
hi his Inaugural banquet at a the Guildhall this thisevening th1 th1nlnp thiacvning
evening nlnp Tho occasion is often chosen by byth hyIhll byth
th Ihll Prime Minister Mln ter of the day to make im important Important importnflt ¬
portant political pronouncements espe especially espeoial e8peo8IIy ¬
cially oial regarding foreign affairs alTl lII but any anynntici nnyanticipation anyantldpatlon
nntici atlon of such
anticipation > pronouncements was wasdl wasdLappolntld wasII8p1OIfltt
dl dLappolntld api > olnted this evening when Prime PrimeMinister Primelinl Primelin6ttr
Minister linl tlr Balfour In reviewing International Internationalpolitics InternationalpolltlM international1xIltlce
politics paRsed over in the lightest U bte t man manner manI1pr maerer ¬
ner the Far Eastern question and hardly hardlyex hardlyIxcN hardlyxclNl
ex IxcN eroded > ld generalities In dealing with other othermatters otherlIIattll1I otherjnatttns
matters mattersThere lIIattll1Irhere jnatttnsrher
There rher was wa nothing in tho present stage stagedf
df t the t he worlds affairs said Mr Balfour Balfourtliat Balfourthat Balfotirthat
that need cause any overpowering anxiety anxietyto
to those depending upon the maintenance maintenanceof
of European uroi > ean peace Doubtless in the theKnr t theFar be I
Far East and Near East there were subjects subjectsgiving subjectsglllng subjectsgiving
giving food for thought if not profound profoundanxiety profoundan profoundanxiety
anxiety an IEty but as Ill regards tho Far East his hishearers l hishearers a ahearers
hearers might bo reassured by reflecting reflectingthat
that there was wa no more mor pnosionato pnlionato advocate advocateof advolate advolateof
of general peace peac than the Czar Czr and that thattho thattho thatthe
tho Japanese Japne and their thei allies 11e were wer as 0 certain certainto crtaln crtalnto
to show moderation discretion and
drton judg judgment judgment judgmerit ¬
ment in their thei demands domand as l they wore wer to todhow tohow toaliow
dhow firmness fnnnlln in carrying crng them Into effort effortThey eroc effectThey
They The might Ilght therefore therefor view low without withoutundue withoutundue withoutundue
undue anxiety the difficulties difculte in the Far FarKost FarEMt FarFwt
Kost which ho hoped hop would he solved solvedwithout Boledwithout solvedwithout
without undue unruo delay delayMr rolay rolayMr delayMr
Mr Balfour Blour did not hint even evn obscurely obscurelyat obscurly obscurlyIt
at a RussoGcrman HUsOerman compact or a possible possiblerearrangement po posIbiorearrangement lble lbleIarangement
rearrangement Iarangement of European alliances alliancesMr aUlnce aUlnceIr
Mr Ir Balfour lour referred rferre to tho Macedonian Macedonianquestion 1llonlan 1llonlanqucBtlon Maredonianquestion
question as raising riing far more difficult dlfcult and andmoro andmor andnioru
moro mor complicated complcte issues l8ues than tho Far FarEastern FarFter FarFiutern
Eastern Fter I iiuttlon Uf Uton tion He defended dfende Great GreatBritains Grnt GrntBrlalnR Greatllritains
Britains BrlalnR dealing with the question qUCton through throughAustria throughAustrl throughAustria
Austria Austrl anil Russia UUBI in behalf bhalf of the con concert cn cncIrt conCrt ¬
cert and while whlo not regarding the reform reformfchemo reformflhemo reformtherno
fchemo as perfect perfet ho said it was tho mini minimum mLnImum minimum ¬
mum and must lut bo b enforced enforcedKeforring enforcd enforcdilferrlng enforcediteftrriiig
Keforring ilferrlng to the award of the Alaskan AlaskanBoundary Alaskn Alaskanflclininry
Boundary JClndlr Tribunal Trlbutnl Mr Balfour said sld I Inaturally Inturaly Inaturally
naturally nturaly regret re ret that in many respects rcepoctstho respots respotstho respectsthe
tho c Incision ilon was wnslmfavorahh unfavorable i to o this country cuntry
but J will wil fxiy that the two small smal Islands Islandswhoeo IgladB IgladBIo islandswlioso
whoeo Io r loss 105 to Canada has caused Clls great feel feeling feeling feeling ¬
ing have la Vl from from a strategic point of view viewa
a poirt pit of view vie in which wlich this country cutr IsaH IsaHImmediately iSI isnaiminetliatoly
Immediately Immtlately mid Lnd directly concerned cncre ns the thogreat theheat thegreat
great colony Nlony Ifself olf really rey no value If I the ad odvlre advle advice
vice vle of our experts at homo bo 0 trustedaa trustedaaI treted1
I firmly Ilmly believe LelHO belev it Is IsWo laWo ise
Wo e may regret tho exact tenor of tho thodecision thodel thodecision
decision del lon but however the balance balce of ad advantage advantngc advantage ¬
vantage goes P0l as regards Tards these thC territories territoriesIf tcrtoreg tcrtoregIr
If America Amerca has gained moro mor than we de delml deFlrfI desited
sited FlrfI and If Canada has lost more than thanwe thane thanwe
we e hoped hopl the gain to t America by the tern terrltoriw teri terilor terntqnlY
toriw lor h h4r heJVIO hin tUHtiljyil IIUy la I nothing notling to t her hergain h hgain hergain
gain by the tlf question qMton being settled Btte The Tholipa The1t Theto
lipa 1t to Canada Cnada by the to territory lerrtr she has haslost ba baatoot
lost U nothing to her gain by the fact rat that thatforever thatforever thatforever
forever a 0 subject subje of dispute In removed removedfrom rmove removedfrom
from frm between betwfn two great grat allied ale and anI closely closelyconnected ooselyconnote oloselyconnected
connected connote countries countrlt ILoud Loud Lud cheers cheersMr chTj chTjMr checrs1 checrs1Mr
Mr Balfour lfou added a ed that he could culd not be so sosanguine 8 sosanguine
sanguine regarding the dangers arising arisingfrom alflng alflngfrom arisingfrom
sge from decay deay to which Oriental countries countriesseemed countriesma countriessetuned
seemed ma to t be subject subjet when brought broufbt into intocontact Intocnrct intocontact
contact cnrct with Ith Western Wester nations natons Such dan dangers dangers dangera ¬
gers could culd be traced tace from East Est Asia to West WestAfrica WEst WEstfrlo WestAfrica
Africa frlo and ad could ud only on be met by tho na nations nations anthins ¬
tions of Europe Europ working together har harmoniously harmonlousl harmoniously ¬
moniously a result that could culd bo best at attained atte attamed ¬
tamed te by open op frank diplomacy He Hetook le letook lietook
took hope hop from the growth gowth of the tht spirit spiritshown spiritshow spiritshown
shown show in the recen t FrancoBritish FacoBrltsh arbitra arbitration arbir arbitration ¬
tion ton treaty Hr as convinced cnlnc that arbi arbitration lbl lbltmton at hi hitration ¬
tration tmton or a frank frak interchange of views was wastho wasthe wasthe
the only method by which the incalculable incalculabledisasters Incalculble IncalculbledlBsters Incalculabiedisasters
disasters dlBsters of war wa could culd be avoided avoidedAmbassador avoide avoidedAmbassador
Ambassador Abdor Choato Cot responded rspnde to a toast toastto lonstto toastto
to The To Foreign Forign Ministers Miniter making a ahumorous ahumoroul ahumorous
humorous humoroul speech sph In which he urged urge the theLord theLr theLord
Lord Lr Mayor to take Gog and Magog and andtho andtho andthe
tho whole paraphernalia prphemUa of tho Lord Lrd Mayors Mayorsprocession Mayorsprocllon Mayorsprocession
procession procllon to tho St Louis Luis exposition expositionSpeaking expositon expositonSpaking expositionSpeaking
Speaking Spaking seriously regarding rgarding tho Alaskan Alaskanaward Aaskanawnrd Alaskanaward
award Mr Choato COto said ho believed boleved that thatample thatamplo thatamplo
amplo Justice JIL tlc had hd beon done do no to all al the theparties thepries theparties
parties pries which bich groat grt result resut was as mainly due dueto dueto dueto
to the sense feno of Justice Jutc manly courage curge and anddevotion anddevoton anddevotion
devotion devoton of Lord Lr Alvcrstono Ho lb be beHuved b beliuved
Huved 10ve that tht tho termination trinaton of tho con controversy cn cntrONIIY controvorsy ¬
troversy made the peoples poJles of Canada and andthe andtha andthe
the United Unte States better bter friends with wih tho thomother thomother themother
mother of thom both than tlnn ever before beforeLoud befor boforeIIAuJ
IIAuJ Loud IO cheers cheersMr chers chersIr cheerl cheerlMr
Mr Ir Choate paid pid a feeling feing tribute to the theInto thelatl theinto
Into latl Sir Michael Herbert lerhert tho British Brlleh Am Ambassador AmIJ8Aor Ambaaaador ¬
bassador IJ8Aor at Washington W8hlngon He urged urge the theUnited theUnite theLnIed
United Unite States SrtC and Great Britain riain to honor honorhim honorhim honor1dm
him by naming some conspicuous conpicuous peak peakon pea
on the Alaskan Allkan boundary bouda Mount Herbert HerbertTHANKS HerbertTIA HerbertThANKS
THANKS TIA KS FROM FRO KING EDWARD EDWARDIrltcms EDJAW EDJAWIrloh EDWARDRrltonj
Irltcms Irloh Keep Jrtp Ills 11 lilrthday Ultdlhrrr IItrthdayChecr Cheer Cham Chamberlaln CliambenlainAlaskan
berlaln blrlalnAlaskan Alaskan Decision 0 Hd KdThe HdIII hdThe
The III members of the te British Britsh Schools Sols and andUniversities andUnlendlt andUniversities
Universities Unlendlt Club Cub of this city cty celebrated celebratedtho Clobratl
tho birthday birday of King Edward Ewnrd VII VI last lastnight IMtIIht iatnight
at Delmonlcos DelmonlcosThis DelnionicoiThis
night IIht by dining together Deimonllol
This hle cablegram mblegrm was Wi sent to tho King Kingyesterday Kingyesterday ng ngIIfrla
yesterday yesterdayThn IIfrla IIfrlaThf
The Thf members momhPr of tho British Drlish Schools and andVniviTxItlcs nndlnlr andlntvtrsliles
VniviTxItlcs lnlr ltls Club who will wi celebrate rtlchmtl your yourMajestys yourMajistys our ourMljcsl
Majestys Mljcsl lilrthday at their annual dinner dinnertonight dinnertonlrht dinnertonteht
tonight tonlrht hog bel to wish your Majesty ninny ninnyhappy lIIn lIInhlPI iiintiyhappy
hlPI happy returns turs of tho day and u I long und undprosperous andprosiwroue nd ndprOltrOUB
prosperous prOltrOUB reign reignAn rrlgnA reignAn
An A acknowledgment Ilknowledgment thanking all al the themembers the1tlhl theInenihcrs
members 1tlhl in the tle Kings IngR name was a received receivedIn rive
In time t to be 0 read at the tle dinner dinnerShouts dinnerShoutR dinzierShouts
Shouts of approval IJrmnl during the speech speechmaking Ipch Ipchtnkhlj speechmaking
making tnkhlj Indicated Indlct rd that the sympathies 1mpat hies of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the crowd were with Joe Jo Chamberlain ChamberlainRalph Chamoraln ChamoralnRph ChamberlainRalph
Ralph Rph M StunrtWortloy StuarWorle president reldent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the club cub and ad a soninlaw of Admiral Adira Schloy Schloywas Shley ShleyM Sclileywas
was M tooBtmaster tOtmnster toast master Admiral Admir Schley Shle was wasone WI wasone
one of the speakers spcakel Sir Percy Per Sander Sanderpon SanderIon
son Ion British rtla ConsulGeneral < replied rople to the thetoast thetoait thetoast
toait toast to the King
Dr lr Peterson 1etolon president Jrsldent of McGlll McGi CGIII Uni University Un Uniorsity ¬
decision decisionNo dlillon versity lmI said sld of tho Alaskan boundary bOUldal
No 0 Ionslbl sensibis nslbto Canadians need bo told that thatthey thatthl thatthe
they the oiicht ou ht to CJnldlanl have 111f implicit implict nf11 eonfldrnrm contdnH In Inthe Intt Inthe
the tt Lord Lor Chief chlr Justice JU8tJ JtisU of England frllnnd They 1111Y
hay III spoidlly fndl tIdIl rmllrcd that Ihlt the constitution constitutionof rOl81tulon rOl81tulonof
tu
of the t tribunal wns micli that It was WIM prnctintlly prnctintllyit lrltllll
l u1 tnt
it I baring IIArhl before I it single shlI Judtre JUdilIor JudgeLord hord AIr Alvorftonennd AIrtOII Alvertoffl
ftonennd tOII toffl and that It wits his Judgment that thatlmr thatld
lS JUctlll
lmr 111011 cone 111 against ulRlnt them No 0 Cnnuillan CIIIIIII who whoopinion hoso hosoflhllliI <
opinion tlIIIfu U i worth consIdering rOllldHlnl can Inl doubt that thatLord thatlfrr thatLord I
Lord lfrr AlvcrstoiKdld Irlton Iverstoii did nil his hil work won rind ind rendered rnIIervtIa nllrfi j
M Ii Ia Judeinrnt Judlrnlnt J giorn 1 In thn 11 t he true I 11 rut spirit api nt of nn nnlnpurtll nnlnpurtlljlrl linpiirtlal tin part in I Ij11r14 J I IJurUt
JurUt jlrl < t und nd with the thl most perfect Jrrcc fairness fuirnewTho rulrf fairnesstiLu I Ii
Tho i Uev leI 1t43 Dr III I Iatton Potou 01 Primetna Jrhleto inferred inferredin Iffclro I
in to tlio tll calm jtidpmrtit JldUIt of Loid AlvorKono AlvorKonowid Alvr AlvcrstoiiuLull tolo tolorLld
Lull rLld the attitude atiudn of Prime Mlnlhtur Balfour Balfourm llrour llrourin
m n renlljdnn rEl11lf the great Tat safety Wrct of a com compromising compromlslnl nm nmpromising ¬
promising promlslnl diagonal dlllonl ns two twoll1tatlonB twoll1tatlonBof lllustintions lllustintionsof
of Jr what university training trlnln will do formnn formnnThoro fornumTif for men menThor
Thor Tif unlnrsly were wel eu a few rfW oriw rriO not wU very Iry loud 101d of ofNo ofSo ofN
No Nol N ol when hln Dr Pntton Fnld FnldIf Fnldl enltiIf
If l tho Prime Prmo Minister Unltlr wcrehcre were here tonight tonightyou
you would no doubt give him nn over overwhelming overwhelml overwieimin ¬
whelming whelml wieimin vote oto and a great 11 ovation ovatol W
WOMAN WOlAN ACCUSES LAWYER LAWYERSays L LAIVYERSays tYER tYERSaI
Says He le a lUoctrack Rortraek ftacetraekAoquatntanoe Acquaintance Cnloro Cnloroformed Cblorororme Chioroformed
formed rorme Her Itr and Stole Her Mines MinesA Inel InelA
A man mn who was wa described decrib on the cour courpapers court courtpaprs courtpapers
papers paprs as 1 Joseph Berry Ber Berrya a clerk clerkot of 312 East EaaEightysixth EastEjhtysbth EastEightysixth
Eightysixth Ejhtysbth street was wa arraigned aragne in th thYorkvlllo the theYorklo theYorkvlllt
Yorkvlllo Yorklo police polc court cur yesterday yestrdy on thi thicomplaint the thecomplaint thecomplaint
complaint of Margaret Graham Orham that hi hihad he heha hehad
had ha chloroformed ehloroformo her hlr In her apartment apartmentat aprtment8 aprtment8nt
at 00 0 West WOt Fiftieth Fltetb street stret and bad taken takoifrom tnon tnonfrom takenfrom
from her fingers tngcr two rings valued vaue at atI 500 500It 500It
It I was sold that the prisoner Jr oner had no nogiven not notgiven notgiven
given his right name nme He wa was M recognized recognlzeIn rcognized rcognizedIn <
In court as 1 a lawyer Iwyer who ran for tho As Assembly A Assembly
sembly on the Tammany Tammny ticket tcket a year Yl r ug ugand ago opoand agoand <
and was defeated defeto He once ono held a place plac
Irt 11 the offIce ofo of the Commissioner Commlslolor of Ac Accounlfl Accuntl Accounts
counts cuntl and also al In the office ofo of the City Cil
Record Recod His iL friends were wer surprised iurprlB at attho atto atthe
the to nature ntue of tho charge against him and andprofessed anI anIprofee andprofessed
professed profee confidence conldlnl In his hi ability Ibllty to clear clearhimself clearhimself
himself himselfMlua hllelf hllelfMli himselfMis lEar lEarhllelf
Mlua Mli Graham Grham wont to Iho lie East Fifty Fiftyfirst Fty Ftyfrst Fiftyfirst
first frst street station tton Sunday Sundy and reported reportedthat rprted rprtedthat reportedthat
that she had been bon chloroformed chlolorormeland and robbed robbedby robbedby robbedbya
by bya a man mn whoso wh0 acquaintance acquintnce Hho had hd made madefit mndeat madeat
at tho Aqueduct racetrack rcetrlck last Wednes Wednesday Wednte Wednesday ¬ I
day Sho said that the man gave gIO her a tip tipon tipon tipon
on a horse horl by which hlch she won WOI 15 Tho Thonext Thonxt Thenext
next nxt day lie gaO her another tip tp and Ind she uholost she10t shelost
lost 10t 120 20 She said lid that he accompanied aconpwllEd her herhome herhome lienhome
home but sho did not lot invite him In She Sheremained Shermni Sheremained
remained rmni away from from tho track on Friday Fridayshe FrldlY FrldlYsho Fridaysho
sho said Id BO f as I not to meet him but on onSaturday Oi onSaturday
Saturday he met her at the track and Ind In Invited Invied invited
vited vied her to tho theatre thetre She refused retld tho thoinvitation thoInvitton thoinvitation
invitation Invitton and also Ilso declined relld to let him himvisit himvisit liinivisit
visit her he she said saidAccording saidAccorcUng ld ldAcrinl
According Acrinl to her statement srtement to tho police policetho polc policethe
the man mn entered entere the house at 7 oclock oclockSaturday ocook ocookSturay oclockSaturday
Saturday Sturay evening evenng and asked nke for her When Whensho Whensho Whenho
sho ho saw tW him In the parlor prlor she tried to avoid avoidhim avoidhim avoidhim
him by running nmnng to t her room rom but he followed followedher folowed folowedher followedher
her there thor Ho hold chloroform to her hernose hern0 hernose
nose n0 sho said Md and as she was becoming becomingunconscious beomlng beomlngInconclous becomingunconscious
Inconclous unconscious film Ibe felt him take tho two twodiamond twodimond twodllaniond
diamond dimond rings from her fingers fingersDetectives fngeT fingersDetectlveti
Detectives DetetvO Byrnes Dyres and McCormack Mconck went wentwith wentwih wentwith
with wih the woman woran to the East Et Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthstreet Thrtyfourth Thrtyfourthstrft
street strft ferry fer yecterduy YCtrlay and watched the thopeoplo theppl thepeople
people ppl bound for the tht track trck Finally Finly tho thowoman thowomn thewoman
woman womn ran rn forward fOTnr and grabbed grabb a man mansaying Ian IaneylnR mansaying
saying Here he is tat This is the roan ran that thatrob thatrob thatrobed
rob robed > jd me meSho Oel OelSho niel nielShe
Sho made mde an aflldavit nfldavt In court cur charging charginghim chargin charginghim
him with robbery robberyTills robber robberyISIs
Tills man rlm is a reputable rputable lawyer lawer of fifteen fifteenyears fCcn fCcnyeaT fifteenyears
years yeaT practice pmcto and we will wl 411 show sho1 that ho hois hoLs hoIs
is tho victim Ictm of a designing woman and andnot Ind Indnot andnot
not guilty guity of this charge his hl counsel paid paidto Nlc saidto
to Magistrate Magl trnlo Hogan HoganI
I protest protlt against Rgalnt this womans womn character characterbeing characterbeing hamcterbeing
being smirched Her reputation rptaton Is beyond beyondreproach byond byondrepronch beyondreproach
reproach retorted retorte Lawyer Ler Nugent NugentAt
At tha request rquet of the prisoners proners counsel counselthe cunel cunelthe counselthe
the examination examintion was 0 adjourned adjoured till ti Friday Fridayand Fdy FdyRnd Fridayand
and the man mn was admitted admite to 1000 10 1 000 ball ballLYNCH bal bal11ltOH bailIJYNdU
LYNCH 11ltOH COURT ORGANIZED ORGANIZEDMembers OROANIZEDllrlbrr OItth4NIZEDMembers
Members llrlbrr Meet et In the Woods at Night NlrhtArrr NlrhtArrra NightAfter NightAftera After Aftera
a Town Terrorize TerrorizeINDIANAPOLIS Terorlzer TerorlzerINDUNirUB TerrorizerhiDIANfloLis
INDIANAPOLIS INDUNirUB Nov SovITe 0 9ThO The citizens ctztni of ofMontgomery t tMontgome fMontgomery
Montgome Montgomery a mining miing town of Devices Devicescounty Davlc8 Davlc8cunty flawlesscounty
cunty county have organized qrgalo a Judge Lynch Lyncho LynchOur Lynchomrt
o Our omrt urt and Ind are ar now examining examinig witnesses witnessesnightly wlnesse eitneseeenightly
nightly nlght to discover disver If possible plibc the author authorof
of several letters threatening thratenLng to bunt bu the thetown Ihetown thetown
town unless uleN a a sum slm of mony ml1y was put in a adesignated adeljnnted adesignated
designated deljnnted place plne The Te money was not notdeposited notdejsla notdeposited
deposited dejsla aa n directed diree and ad the town hJw was wa set seton seton seton
on fire fre Another Aother demand wan W8 made and andwhen 8ld 8ldwhen andwhen
when it was WI Ignored Igore the town tow was as again againsot agaLnsot againsot
sot on fire fireEdward fir fireEdward
Edward Blgham Bgham a young man who re recently r rcently nocently ¬
cently returned retured from frm tho Philippines Phippines was wassuspected WI WIsuspoe wassuspoted
suspected suspoe but when arraigned arigned and tried triedthe tre triedthe
the evidence wra wr not conclusive cncusive Last Lastweek L8t L8twcl Lastweek
week wcl the leading citizens ctzens decided deide to take taketho talletho taketho
tho matter mter In hand and a meeting motng was held heldIn heldIn heldin
In the woods near ncr the town at night and a aparty apar aparty
party par was organized organize and ad a man mn appointed appointedto appointe
to question tho witnesses wltncse Several cf cfBlghams cfBighams cfBighams
Bighams associates acate were taken before the thetribunal thetribunal thetribunal
tribunal in the woods and were wer closely closelyquestioned coey coeyquogtlone closelyquestioned
questioned quogtlone having first fl1It been sworn to tell tellthe tel tailthe
the truth trth and ad not to reveal rval what was wa taking takingplace takng takngplae takingpiece
place placeIt
plaeI It I Is not known what testimony tetmony was wa given givenor
or who constitute cnlttutt the court courtBERKELEY cou couDERKELEr courtBERKELEY
BERKELEY SCHOOL SOlfOL HEAD lEAD FAILS FAILSDr FAIS FAISDr
Dr John S White hlt Has lal liven nn Panned Pawrd Hit HitWatch 11 11WalobLabltrs HisWatohLiabiIItIrs
Watch WalobLabltrs WatohLiabiIItIrs Liabilities 81433N3 81433N3John 1143W3 1143W3John S143853John
John S White Whie headmaster headmlt r for twenty twentythree twentythro twentythree
three thro years year of the Berkeley Berkele School S hool has hasgone hasgono hutsgone
gone Into bankruptcy bnkruptcy His Hi t mbairaFB CmUUnIB CmUUnIBment enibuirassmeats > mbairaFBments
meats ment have 100 been blen known for some lome time timeTho tmo tmohe tirnoThe
The he school parted with wih tho Berkeley Oval Ovalseveral Ovalseveral
several svoral years yeaI ago alo and removed remove to 6 West WestSeventyfifth We8tSentyfrh WestSeventyfifth
Seventyfifth Sentyfrh street Itreot from the old ol Columbia ColumbiaCollege C ColumbiaCollege < lumbla lumblaCologe
College Cologe building buiding which it had bought boughtwhen boughtwhen boughtwhen
when Columbia moved move out outMr outMr outSir
Mr White owes owe 114383 143383 some of it to towealthy towlalthy toweaithy
wealthy wlalthy patrons patron of tho school 8chool Debts of of42tQ5 of42O5
42tQ5 255 are partly party secured eourd Ho le has ha pawned pawneda pwne
a watch with wih Henry MoAleenan Molenn for forS
S 5 and has put up stock stk in the school schoolnow schol scholnow schoolnow
now a corporation corpration as a security ecurty for other otherloans othoroal otherloans
loans oal Ho has hl an interest Inlerst In the tle stock stockof tlocl tloclor stockof
Air Company of ofNew orNe ofNow
of tho Trlpler dlllr Liquid Lquid Al
New Ne york when issued and five fvo life lifeinsvranc Ifo IfoImrac lifeinstiranc
insvranc Imrac policies polce all al iisslgned 1Blgned to the thecompanies thecompanlcs thecompanies
companies for mney mrne loaned loanc Among the thecreditors tle tlecrcdilol thecreditors
creditors crcdilol are ar Frank Frnlk A Mimcey luneer 5000 5000Eben 5O 5000Eben
Eben D Jordan of Boston 10025 Bank of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Manhattan Ianhntan Company tlMK I 1500 O and Ild Mrs MrsJulia Jre JreJula SIrsJulia
Julia A Kmin llm1 1000 l all ni w 1 wid Urfli Frank FrankGould FrankUuld lrankGould
Gould Uuld Jula 13I 3KOO William WUlnm F J F Havemeyer l8vemer
1300 3000 3 000 Joseph JOllIh B Thomas Jlmal J41000 fO formoney formoneyloaned for 10nn 10nnIrJ1ncd Inonity Inonityloaned
loaned IrJ1ncd J Jt Jehii > tm II Slatory Sl Slat tery er f 085 and ali thn thnBerkeley III III1crkole tlittBerkeley
Berkeley 1crkole School S hool J25W 2lO 2itiO0 > 0 principally prncipaly debts debtsof deLtHof debtsof
of tho t hut school Rhoollnclrrll Inclined incur ttl before heror Incorporation IncorporationDr Incolrtlon IncolrtlonDr
Dr White Whie is I a Harvard man mn of 1870 and andwas andwas andwas
was known at college clege as 1 a Latin Luln btholnr btholnrHo bdlIRIHo hehtlnrHo
Ho was a master Ilter of the Boston Latin 111 School Schooland Schol Scholand Schooland
and headmaster hladmltr of tho Brooks roolu School S hool at atCleveland atCloIlnd atCleveland
Cleveland lx before foro coming cring to New York YorkHo orl orlIo oriclie
Ho Io CloIlnd had ha many years cars of great prat prosperity prosperityin prolprly prolprlyIn
in Berkeley School SchoolIell B SchoolFell boo1 boo1lIci
Fell lIci OfT Of a N V Y Central Train TrainA Trln TrlnA
A young man who is thought tlouRht from letters lettersm leters leterson
on m him hll to bo b George Tinwlole lnlae of 452 52 Mott Mottvcnuo Mottaenue Mottavenue
avenue employed empoyo at Tiffany MalY fell foi or orumped orjumpl orjumped
jumped from an upbound New York Central Centralrain Centrl Centrltmn Centraltrain
jumpl rain at the Molt lot Haven Ha 1 station stnton late last lastJglit lat latnight lastnight
tmn with withfractured witha
night and Is in the Lincoln Hospital HOJlnl
a fractured fractul > skull Ikul Ho le was as found uncon unconclous unconcouR unconscious
clous couR after afcr thy tl tIa train had hld gone goneluiignirflt I IMulRmrnt I IIIIK
MulRmrnt IIIK lnt Aalnnt rnln t Foxhall oI1 Keene KeeneA lelnt I IA
A judgment judpnlnt was entered fnllrec yesterday fstrday by bylefault hydefault bydefault
default ngalnnt agaltt Foihull Fo hal P K Ilone Keno < onefor for irs li28n 1128In irsin
In n favor of 4ht 4he hf > Mark Ik Crews Cro Company for forAildlory for8ller foratlciicry
Aildlory sold Holi o oiit tr r < him him In October > r and Dcoein Dcoeinjor 1 ieoeinler < 011
borl0l ler 8ller jor 1001 Ho HeIAenedwlhthIRUI10 HeIAenedwlhthIRUI10at was its nerved with tho ho summons summonsit
at it Old Wefltbry WthH road Roislyn no IY1 L I on onJet onOct onOct
Oct 17 last lastDim Ilt IltIN
Dim IN 11 I t the Ih AKO Ale cf e 107 107WABHIKOTOI 10 10WAHlOTO 107WASl11oTo
WABHIKOTOI WAHlOTO Nov O 0 O1Ollil 0Patsin PatRio Miner Mlnlr a astored 1 1clorcd acolored
stored clorcd relic rlic of if Virginia in antebellum antebellumays antebolu1 antebellumdays
dCI days ays died tier at his hil home hero today todnyiillnIOTliycrrofhtsage todlY todlYintlliJ todayin
intlliJ in iillnIOTliycrrofhtsage I I v 0P Ii yccr frofhLsngf of his age Patfiuhnd Intllfhnd Iiitsle hind Ihd Ihdin ii d din j jIn
in this thl city ciy for or the thf past fifty lrt yearn an and andnjoyed andenjoyed
enjoyed enJo ld good goO health halh until unt a year yea or so sogo 10 10ago soago I
ago go
I
T
WOMAN HERMIT HERMITHAD HAD 500001 500001DEAD 600000DIJUJ OOOOODEAl
DEAD IV A CELLAR WITH WITI fliT RAGS RAGlAND RAGSAND RAGS1iD
AND RUBBISH RtllW1 A11OVT AIIFT HER HERBonds IER IERDond liEnRends
Bonds Insurance InsurllU IollclPi Iolell and Mort Mortgage Mortgages IortKar1 ¬
gage for Severn Thousand Tolsand Hollar HollarFound Uolan Uolanound 1ollarsFound
Found ound In Her ler Hovel 10nlle 1iocl1Ier Her Old Nel Nrllh Nrllhbor NeIIi NeIIibor b bbor
bor and Kent Collector oJEoI r Found found Dying DyingIn UlnsIn 1iiigIn
In tho city directory dirctor under Oliver yo yowill you youwill ou ouwi >
will wi find this line Ino Mary Mry J wid Jas Ja h 220 2202d 2201 2203 22032d
2d av That Is nearly all al that It II known knowiIn knownIn
In Harlem Jallm of the family ramiy history of a woman womatwho womanwho womanwho
who had hardly harly boon bon outside her squalid squalUhermit Buald Bualdhormlt squalidhermit
hermit home at It the Second Sond avenue addrcnfor address ndd addressfor
for fifteen fften years yeart and who was found dead deacthere deadthero deadthere
there last lst night nightHardly nightHanlya nightlIaidiya
Hardly Hanlya a dozen feet from her on 01 the back backsto backstell backstops
sto stell stops of tho house hOlo at 2291 James Aldordlce Aldordlcean
an old man who had hd for years yel collected clected the thirents therntH therents
rents rntH from from a number numbr of houses hoU es owned ownld by bjthe bythe bythe
the old woman and Ind attended atende to all al her herbusiness herbUHinels herbtuiness
business bUHinels was 1 found dying of an apoplclli apoplcllistroke appleto appletostroke apopietlostroke
stroke strokeThey strokehey strokeThey
They hey culled cned her tho woman wOlnn hermit hermitIn
I In the neighborhood and people ollie who live livenear Ivo Ivonea livenear
near nea her hEr say that she Ilt may have left left500000perliapij lef left500000periutp
Sperhap 500000perliapij more moreAldurdico moreAldlrdIc moreAiderdico
Aldurdico AldlrdIc and hid hl daughter Mary have havelived haoUve havelived
lived Uve for several Roral years In the house hou at 2201 2201which 201 201which 2201which
which like lke the one where the old woman womandied womanded womandied
died ded has a little ltle lawn In front of It and andstands undRtand andstands
stands Rtand as I a 1 landmark among the modern moderntenements modorntentmont moderntenements
tenements tentmont that have grown up all al around aroundThe aroundThe aroundThe
The old woman owned oWId both houses hOII s She Shuhad Shl Shehad
had four lots in the rear a house hO6 In Bust Bust124th Et Et124th East124th
124th street strt and several Ivrl tenements In the thoneighborhood theneighborhoo theneighborhood
neighborhood neighborhoo according nccrdlng to people poplo tlweWhen there t thereWhen r
When Alderdice Alderlc moved there thor tho old oldwoman oldwomll oldwomnait
woman womll got him to do all al her work for her herSho herShu herShti
Sho for years year had lived in two of the to base basement be bement basemeat ¬
ment rooms roms and the only way of getting gettingto geting getingto
to her was Wa through thrugh a hole in tho fence foncobetween tcnc fencebetween
between betwcn hor yard Irund und Alderdloos Alderdlos Through Throughthis
this hole Alderdloe Alderic went every day dn bring bringing hrlnj bringing ¬
ing in the rents rnts the groceries grolriel and whatever whateversho vhuteershe
she asked for forAlderdico forAlderdice forAlderdico
Alderdico according acmrdln to a man who had hadBomo hadfmo hadI4onmn
Bomo fmo connection connetion with the case cal was all for formerly fo fomerl formeriy ¬
merly merl a Methodist Iethodl t preacher and is now nowemployed nowemploye nowemployed
employed employe by n firm in the Bible Dble Houe HoueAldcrdlcos 10u Iloue4ldcrdicus
Aldcrdlcos AlderdloR daughter daulhtor Is studying music musicdowntown muslodowntowl mauslodowntown
downtown downtowl She returned r ture from her work workat workat workat
at 8 oclock last Ilt evening und lnd not rl < t finding findinghor fndln fndlnhor findinghon
hor father flther at home started star le to Mrs MI Olivers Oliversbasement O1ers O1ersbasinent Oliversbasement
basement basinent home As she went cnt down the Ihobuck thobuck theback
buck steps 8tlP of the Alderdico AderdIc homo she stum stumbled stumbled stembled ¬
bled over her fathers body bodyShe bdy bdySbe bodyShe
She ran ra out and got Policeman IoHcflna li lwden lwdenwho httwdenwho wden wdenwho
who summoned summone nn ambulance which took tookthe tok tokthe tookthe
the old inca lun to t the Harlem 1lrlem ncbpltu1 Then Thenshe Thenshe lhenshe
she went in to ECO Mrs Jr Oliver und found foundtho funnelthe
the old woman omI who is il said to have hlo been I
8 1 86 years ear old lying big dead ca on a mattress mattressThis malrew mattressThis
This 111 tine tmo sho called caled in both bot h the p pleo pleoman lice llcoman liceman
man and Dr OBrien The To old Id womans womansbody wOlans wOlansbody wemantibody
body was WI removed rmoye to nti nl undertakers undertakersnearby utdorakcri utdorakcrineby tindortukertnearby
nearby nearbyMrs neby nearbyMrs
Mrs Mr Oliver Olver had lived 1ved and died die surrounded surroundedby surounde
by the dust and dirt dir of years YfS The 1 two tworooms tworooms tworooms
rooms which sho made her homo the rest restof rt rtor restof
of the house hOlso having been vacant Vlat for years yearswntrtUled year year11e yearsvreii1led
wntrtUled 11e with wih boxes bxMand boxesand and bundles bundle of papers papersold pnperl pnperlold papersold
old bottles bottes and Ind old pieces rIC of furniture furniturecarefully furnturo furnturocrefuly furniturecarefully
carefully crefuly wrapped WTppe with wth newspapers newspaprs newspap rs to tokeep tokep tokeep
keep kep the dirt dir from frm thom thomThe thfm thfmThe themThe
The police plc made a search Narh of an hour In Intho inthe n nthe
the rooms rom Most of the boxes bxe appeared appearedto appeare
to t contain contai only old newspapers newsppr There Therewas Therea Therewas
was a bundle after bundle of cards and pout pouters polters postera ¬
ers announcing announcng dancos dneo balls ball parties and andexcursions andexcursion andexcursions
excursions excursion collecting coletng the thf notices notces of which whichwas whIchws whichwait
was ws apparently apparenty a hobby hohh of the th old woman womanf womanIn womanIn
f In a trunk tho ho police polce found according lorlng to toa toa toa
a report Jpor on file fe at the lie East Et 126th street stt sta station staton station ¬
tion ton 22000 220 in bonds hondl life lfe insurance Ingurnc policies policiesfor polces polcesfor
for 6000 660 and first Irt mortgages morgage8 for 11000 11000on 10 11000on
on Harlem property propertyNot proprt proprtNot propertyNot
Not a letter leter was WW found addressed to her herbut herbut herbut
but the police polc found tOlnd a number numbr of receipts receiptsfor rcipt rciptfor
for dues made out to ono Michael Jchael Daly Dalyo of
Second tho Masonic Guild Guildand Guildand
2201 cnd avenue by Mlllo Ould Ouldami
and Mutual Benefit Beneft Association OCItOI They Theywere Theyer Theywere
were er dated date way backin b the e 80s 80sMrs 8 Os OsMrs
Mrs MI Oliver Oler according acording to t Miss MiS Alderdlce Alderdlcecame Alderdic Alderdicecame
came here from England Egland and has hl two mar married mr mrried marned ¬
ried daughters living lVing in Brooklyn BrOokl one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them a Mrs 1JI Campbell CamplJ I tho wife of 0 oi a Ben Bensonhurst Denenhul1lt Bensonhiurst
sonhurst expressman expressmanROOSEVELT expreFman expreFmanROOSEIEIT expresamanflOOSElELT
ROOSEVELT WANTS A TS HANXAS llVS AID AIDlie AIDle AIDHe
lie le Urges the Senator to Manage Iana e the Re Republican Re ReIlblean itsiubllenn ¬
publican Ilblean Campaign Camp n In IOO4 IOO4WASHINGTON 104 104WASIUITN 1004WAs1rmmoTom
WASHINGTON WASIUITN Nov 8 DPreident 0President President Reese Roosevelt Rose RoseIlt Reeseveit ¬
velt Ilt this morning moring urgently Irgent requested rquete Sena Senator Sna Snator Senator ¬
tor Hanna to continue contnue as 1 chairman chairan of the theRepublican thelhpublcan theItepubhican
Republican lhpublcan national ntionl committee cmmlto and to tomunugo tomanagt tomanage
manage managt the ho 1901 101 campaign In which Mr MrRoosevelt Mrloselt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt loselt expects to bo the Republican Republicanstandard llpuulcan llpuulcanItandard Republicanstandard
standard Itandard bearer barr exps The ho request was nmdn nmdnduring nJ nutieduring do doduring
during Mr Jr Hannas Hlnnne call cll at the th White House Houseshortly 10ue 10ueshorty houseshortly
shortly shorty before bfore 11 I oclock The President Presidentand Prtldent Prtldentand Presidentanl
and thi him Senator Snator had a long talk about abut the thaprospect theJroppoc thePropIes
prospect for the he campaign and Mr Roose Roosevelt Hoos itoosovilt ¬
Jroppoc camplgn
velt vflt was WI moat mOtt earnest ear0t In his expressions expressionsregarding eJrollon eJrollonregardug expressionsregardliig >
regarding regardug tho lie national chairmanship chairmanshipSenator chalrmlHhlp chalrmlHhlpelntor chairmammehtlpSctWtOr
Senator elntor Huiina replied repled that 1m was WI unable unableto
to give a conclusive cncudive answer IWlr at this tlmo thnt but butthat butthnt butthat
do He will have havea
that he would so 8 soon wi
a further Lonversntion onverton with the President Presidenton Inlldlmt Inlldlmton
on the subject In case C ho declines delnl it will willprobably wi willprobably
probably be on tho plea that that his health will willnot wl willnot
not permit him to undertake undertae the arduous arduousdulies arduousdutie arduousditties
ditties dutie prmit of managing the campaign cmpalgn In n that thaievent thattho thatevelit
event tho managng President lroldtmt will wi ask former flow Governor Ooveror flowernor ¬
ernor Murray Iuray Cram of Massachusetts 1Maehuttt to toHtcurn toIcur tosactiro
eror Htcurn Icur an election elecion to t lie national natolul committee committeeIn oomnlo
In place plar of George V Meyer Ie er the present com committcoman commlteemnn coinnilttcemni
Georjo
mittcoman from that htnte In order to bo bochoseu 0 bechiciscu
choseu choFel mlteemnn chairman to succeed RUccc Mr lr Hanna HannaTAMMANV BnnnaTtUUT hlannaT11hIIfIXI
TAMMANV TtUUT MEN UI IN I MICHIGAN MICHIGANCharles UUlUhtN UUlUhtNhal llCiltGl llCiltGlCharles
Charles hal F Murpliy llrlll urphy Is Mut lt iit With 11h Them TtII but butIlls bil bilII hutIii
Ills II Iii Hrotlirr Irothr Inlin llln Is 1 One lne Iii of Ir if the lie Party PartyMOUNT 1 1anl 1anlM3uT > lrt lrtIUNT
MOUNT CirMK CIImUi Cimtms < s Mluh Nov 0 oThlg oThlgaCvnlon 0ThIsafternoon This Thisnftenioon
afternoon aCvnlon four Tammany nrmany men arrived arrivedat arrivedlt
lt at tho hue Park Hotel Iote and registered rglterNI as Measrs MeasrsGaffney Mt8 MeaqrsOaffney r
Gaffney Oatnty Murphy Iurhr MOM and AIcGaffncy AIcGaffncyThe lcGatne lcGatneThe
The word worlat nt onco went around that Charles CharlesF llarlcs llarlcsJ barbsI
F I Murphy the thl tli Tammany amlln leader iadr leaderhero was washorn wa
J in the though thoughin thoughLa
hero Tho ht Murphy Iurph t party pary
11 in John J Murphy who was Wi an ardent ardentworkor Irent Irentworltr ardentworker
worker worltr by hU hi brothers Ln herl side sile in the recent recentcampaign recontcmpaign recentcampaign
cmpaign campaign in Now York city cityTho cityThe
el elho
The ho men U11 wcro wcrt most courteous cur < OI to all al who whoapproached whoapproanhe whoapproarhitd
approached them but blt absolutely llsoiltel refused refusedto rtue
approanhe to discuss dlscui tho movement movetent of Charles Chlf F FMurphy FMurhy FMurphiy
Murphy There Is I little Itle doubt dou t that he left leftNow leftNow leftNew
Now Murhy York city cty with th this U s party pary but decided decidedto decded decdedto
to tarry tarM on tho way here owing owinl to the fact factlull falt faltthat factthat
that lull Ilm hi his 1ouwiK Iomlnj coining imu had been uifii her1ded hieralded uuiumui b be ui the thenow thenewspapers uiu uiulowspapers
newspapers now all over oVlr tho country ountr Ho 0 is isixwted IseXlxlted iseXPeCtOl
ixwted papr hero nl inside Inllo of n 1 week wrokHOT weekHIlT Ik IkHOT
HOT Sinixoa SI niNes Va Nov No 10 IAmong Among tho thoirrivnls the thearrval thiarrivals
arrivals arrval bore JNBB today was WI Charles Chlrlls F F Murphy Murphyho Murphythe Iurhy Iurhythe
the ho Tammany loader loadertAVOHTEH leuflr leuflrDAlOlTEl1 loaderPA
DAlOlTEl1 PA tAVOHTEH tGlI TER 1OR 1Oi HOCKEFELLERS lfOKEIEIIWI lfOKEIEIIWInorn HOCKEFELLERSlorn
horn Yesterday utrrla Morning Iomlnt to thai t Wife Wie of ofJohn oroln ofJohn
John oln n > Jr JrThllr JrThtir Thrlr First ITt Unbj UnbjMrs Uab BabSims
Mrs 111 John D I I Rockefeller Hoeklfeler Jr Rave fae birth birthto
to o a daughter dau hter early arl yesterday morning mornlnj nt ntho nttho atthe
the ho Rockefeller Tocllfelcr house IS West Wllt Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourthitreot Pirtyfourh PirtyfourhftrCt Fiftyfourthatreot
itreot ftrCt Thin hn report rporl last lut nlit was 1 that thatoth thattth thatboth
both oth the mother and the ho baby be daughter daughtervero
were er te doing extnsmely well wcl Young Mr Mrlookofeller MrRockefeller Ir IrioCereer
Rockefeller ioCereer went to his ofuoo ofc yesterday yrwterdnynd yoterla yoterlaand yesterdayand
and nd transacted trRnotod business bu > lnll as 11 usual usualMrs llual llualMr usUalMrs
Abbie 0 Aldrich Aldrichtr Aldrichdaughittr
Mrs Mr Rockefeller Hockefrler was 11 Adrcb Adrcbdaulhhr
daughittr ot Unit United States Snator Snator ana anaII and andMrs
daulhhr Mrs tr II Nelson Nl on W V Aldrich of Providence ProvidenceI I > rOldeno
n I I She was wnl married mred to ci Mr Rockefeller Rockefellern Rockereler RockerelerIn
In n October OctoOr two years ymr ago ngoln in Providence ProvldenCI ProvldenCIt
t
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1
TO REOPE LITTAlEtt MTTtER CASE CASEThe CASETe CASEThe
The Te President l > thlent Decides neetlr That lat lltlauer lltlauerCouniel lttlaulr LltlauieraCounsel l lCounlrl
Counsel Shall Shal Be Heard HeardWASHINGTON leard leardWABINOTON heardWASIIINOTON
WASHINGTON WABINOTON Nov No 9 PPreldent President noose Roosevolt noosevolt hloosevolt
volt has hs decided decide to reopen reptm the Llttauer Ltauer case caseWhen c caseWhen
When Ven the hut AttorneyGeneral Attrneyoneral handed hL hLopinion hi his hisopinion
opinion to tho War Department three thr weeks weekiago weeksago weeksago
ago deciding dldlng tho legal 1Ilal phases pha of Repre Representative Repr Reprntate Reprosentative ¬
sentative ntate Llttauers Ltruers connection conmeton with wih tho thoarmy thoarmy ho hoarmy
army glove contracts cntract It I was Wi believed bltved that thatho thatthe thatthe
the case ce was permanently pnnnenty closed coe A few fewdays fowdnys fewdays
days afterward however Mr Littauer Littaueraccompanied Litauer Litaueracmpanied Littaueraccompanied
accompanied by his hil attorney John Joh O OMllburn GMlburn 0Milburn
Mllburn Mlburn of Buffalo Bualo had a talk with the Preet Preetdent Prl Prldent President
dent and the AttorneyGeneral AtorneyOenerl On Satur Saturday Stur Sturlly Saturday ¬
day lly last Int AttorneyGeneral AtornyOeneral Knox wrote wroteletter a aletter t tletter
letter to Mr Mllburn Mibur announcing announcng that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the case ll would bo b reopened ropne to the extent extentof
of hearing what he as 1 counsel culel for Mr MrLlttauer MrLltauer MrLittaner
Llttauer Lltauer might mght wish wLh to say saySeveral BY BYycrl saySevern
Several ycrl weeks wells ago the AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralconsented AtorneyOenel AtorneyOenelconsento AttorneyGeneralconsented
consented consento to hear Mr Milburn Miburn but not nothearing nothlarng nothearing
hearing hlarng from hlmagaln and believing bleving that thathe thntht thathe
he ht had changed chnge his hLmlnd mind the Attorney AttorneyGeneral AtorlY AtorlYGenerl AttorneyGeneral
General Generl rendered ronder his opinion in the case caseIn rs rsIn caseIn
In the recent rent conference cnflrnc of Mr Llttauer Llttauerand Utaler Utalerand Littanerand
and Mr Ir Mllburn Mlhur with wih tho Ito President Prfldent Mr Jr Mil Milburn MI Sillburneald
burn burlid burneald said that he had not received rChld tho letter letteraddressed lotwraddll letteraddressed
addressed addll to him by tho AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralHe Atorncyenoral AtorncyenoralHo
He urged that the case C80 bo b reopened In order orderthat orderthat orderthat
that an argbmcnt argCment might be presented and andtho anl anltho andthe
tho decision deciion to do so is in response respn to this thisrequest thlt thltrUet thisrequest
request requestMITCHELL rUet rUet11rClIJU requestMITCIIEIJId
MITCHELL 11rClIJU AU AI THE Til CAUIXET CAUIXETMiners CMJI1 CMJI1lnI CtflItE7Mitisra
Miners lnI Leader lAudtr Says SI the 11 theStory Story Slar Is I Intruo IntruoTliat Cntruohat tntruelust
lust hat lie Is to Nncrrecl HUClCfl Mr Ir Cortelyoii CortelyoiiBOSTONNov CartelouBOSTON CortelyouiBosroNNov
BOSTONNov BOSTON Nov o Thodespatch uTho depatch from frl Pitts Pittsburg Pitl Pitteburg
burg which said lald that John Mitchell Iehol presi president prsl prsldlmt president ¬
dent of the United Mine Workers WOrCr Union Unionwill Unionwi Unionwill
will wi not l be > e a candidate for reelection rellecton to tothat tothat i ithat
that office ofc but will wi become bomo instead insted a mem member mer unemnher ¬ i
her br of the Cabinet Cablntt of l President PrMldelt Roosevelt RooseveltIn IOOVlt IOOVltIn
In the event of Mr Ir Rooaovelt succeeding succeedinghimself sUlccedlnJ succeedinghimself I
himself to succeed 8ucc George Olrgl B H Cortelyoti Cortelyotiwho Cortelol Cortelyouwho i iwhl
who whl will wi resume r ume his hi former place pll as nt Soo Soorotary So Sortary 5ccrotary
rotary rtary to th the President Prsldtmt was Wi shown to Mr MrMitchell MrMitchell Ir IrJUchel
Mitchell JUchel and he said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It Is I all al news to mo There Tber Isnt a bit of oftruth oftrth oftruth
truth trth In it I so fO far as I am nr concerned cOlcrncd and andthat andtht andthat
that it tht is all al that there ther Is i need ned of saying 8 ying about aboutit
ItSCIANON SCBANTON SCIANON Pa Nov 0 OLabor Labor leaders leadershere leademher leadershere
here her discredit dbcrlt the story stor that John Mitchell Mitchellwill Mitchellwill Itchel
will wi stuccoed uCd Mr Cortelyou In Roosevelts RooseveltsCabinet Itosvelt8 Itosvelt8Cblnot RooseveltsCabinet
Cabinet Cblnot It I wan pointed pointe out Olt by thorn tbol that thatIn thatIn hintin
In Ills here Mitchell Mitchell iMitchiellsnid Mitchellsaid
hi speech 1lh her on Michel day 1 1chel
said Iaid that there ther was no office ofo within withi the thegift thegift thegift
gift of the peoplo pople that he would accept acept in inpreference Inprferno inpreference
preference prferno to the presidency of tho United UnitedMine Unil UnitedMine
Mine Workers WorkersSlTTER Worllel1lSeTTER WorkorsSVTTER
SeTTER VROTHERS FAIL FAILLance FAl FAlLarK FAIl1Large
Lance LarK Leaf Tobacco Homo 10lO of Chicago ChicagoIn ChlcoIn o oIn
In tho Hands land of Hecelvers HecelversCHICAGO Rlortvrr RlortvrrCIOAGO ItceelversCUICAGO
CHICAGO CIOAGO Nov No 9 LSutter Sutler hires r 155 15 to t 150 150Lake J6 150Lake
Lake street 8tret wholesale wholele leaf le tobacco tobaccomerchants tobaco tobaccomerchants
merchants merat with wit branch brach houses hOUl in Havana HavanaSt
St Louis Luis and New Ne N IV York went wn1 ent1idi Intb to tho thohands th thhands tbahands
hands of receivers rolvertoly today A petition pellon in inbankruptcy Inbnkrupty inbankruptcy
bankruptcy bnkrupty was WI filed fle In li tho United Unte States StatesDistrict Stat StatesDistrict
District Di trot Court Cut and ad later Judge Kohleaat Kohleaatappointed Kohlst Kohlstappointe Kobleantappointed
appointed appointe William WUlam C Niblack Niblak and Eugene EugunoII Eugole EugoleJ
II J Plerson receivers receiversTho reeivers reeiversTho receiversTIme
Tho petition petton In involuntary Involuntnr bankruptcy bankruptcywas bnltrpty bnltrptyWM
was filed fe by several S8ora of the lie employees emploO who whoare whoa whoare
are a creditors credltol and ad who allege alego that they theyare theyar theyare
are ar in danger dager of losing lolng their teir claims claim The TiiellabilltleH Thelablt Theliabilities
liabilities lablt wore wor MId to be b 1500000 150 A Amember Am Amember
member m mber of the firm frm said sd that the te assets assetswould leta letawould assetswould
would amount to t 150 2500000 and that tho thocreditors thocritol thuocreditors
critol creditors would suffer suer practically pratlcny no loss lossLouis lo lossLouis
Louis Lula P Setter Suter is president prldent and Adolph AdolphButter AdolphButter
Butter secretary sereta and treasurer lrlrr The con concern concr concorn ¬
cern cr Is l capitalized capltabie at 000000 1000000OFFICE 000000OFFICE 00 00OFFIE
OFFICE OFFIE FOR COL 01 MCLVRE MCLVREVoUran MCLREVeteran VCIrlE VCIrlEotorn
Veteran otorn Editor of Philadelphia Phiaelpia Made Iad Pro Prothonotary ProIhonolay Proihonotary
thonotary Ihonolay of the State tate Supreme Court CourtPnitjknELprnA COlrt COlrtP CourtPHILneirrLiA
PnitjknELprnA P IADELIU Nov 0 9CI 0Col Col Alexander AlexanderK Iexnder IexnderK
K McClure Mcure was wal today appointed applkd Pro Prothonotary Prothonotnry Prothonotary
thonotary of the Supreme Suprmo Court Curt of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsval Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania sval for the theEtr Eastern District Ditrct tho ap appointment np nppolntmnent ¬
pointment to take effect efect on Doc 1 next nextHe Qxt QxtHe nextHe
He was named namo to t succeed Bucod the lie late Col ColCharles Cl ClCbales ColCharles
Charles Cbales S Greene GreeneThere Gren GreeneThere
There lere was l a spirited spirte contest ontst for the place placeamong placeamong placeamong
among the friends of Col Col McClure and andformer ad andformer
former foror Governor William Wlinm M 11 Dunn Blm Harry HarryF
F Walton Waltn Speaker Spnker of the House Hous of Repre Representatives Hpr HprEnttvs Reprosentatives ¬
sentatives Enttvs and ad Gen James Jamt W Latta Ltn Col ColMcCluro Col ColMcClure
McClure lcCur recently reont mot with heavy hlIy financial financialreverses fnnnclni fnnnclnirevert financialreverses
reverses revert largely larjey through the lie shrinkage shrinkageof shrikaje shrikajeof
of value In Lake Superior Block He se secured s scure socured ¬
cured cure tho office ofce through the lie Influence Infilenc of ofSenator ofSnator ofSenator
Senator Snator Quay QUY who Is a I close coM friend friendCol frend frendCol friendCcl
Col McClure for editor cdltorInchlof editorinchief
Col was many mlny years year edior ediorInchlof
Inchlof of time thf Philadelphia Time which whichWBS whichWIS whichwas
was WIS absorbed aborb recently rcnty by tho ledger ledgerNEW lgc lgcEW Ledger2VEI
NEW 2VEI EW BRIDGE DIII lE OPEN I IN DECEMBER DECEMBERTwo DECElDER DECElDERTwo
Two Fares Whichever Whlehelr Trolley Tolr Road Gem GemIt GNUI GelsIt
It I the Prospect ProspectThe l ProspectThe > oBprel oBprelThe
The now Wllllamsburg WIishurg bridge brldit will wl be beroady berady beready
ready rady for foot and vehicular vehicula raffia trfo by the thebeginning thobeginning thebeginning
beginning of December Deemblr The formal rorrnl open opening openIng opening ¬
ing will wi take tr ce place plae some time tmo between betweenDec betwen betwenDe betweenDec
Dec De 1 land and Dev DC 15 15It 16I 15it
It I is not certain when trolley trolO cars clrs will willbpcln wi willbegin
begin hfgln to 0 run across oro s tho bridge Tho 10 Metro MetroHyptPtns Metlo Metropohitan I
polnn pohitan and thin Brooklyn Rapid Transit Transitsystemuus rnHi
HyptPtns tytlrs are nr fighting fhtng for the privilege prvle I and andit Inl andit
it will wi probably bo left to tho now adminis administration admlnll admuinisration < ¬
ration trltOI to pulse 1 t upon the claims clalml of the 1m two twocompetitors twocompetors twocompetitors
competitors competors From the present outlook outlookpaswiigrrs 01 outlookpassengers t 001
passengers paRInglrl between lJteln the two boroughs boroughswill borolJhs borolJhswi boroughswill
will wi have to pay two fares In any event eventTRACKS olnt olntTRACKS eventTRACKS
TRACKS TO NEW EW BRIDGE BRIDGEBrooklyn IlllJE IlllJEOroaldn ltIfIlGEIhrookln
Brooklyn Rapid Iallhl Tr Trn Transit iilt 1 Cos Co Plans Op Opposrd Op Opposeti
posed by b Property Owners OwnersTho Ownlr OwnlrThe thinersTime
The Brooklyn Rapid ltpid Transit Company Companyhas Compnry Compnryhas
has lately had canvassers cnnstra employed cmploe In Ingetting ingottng ingetting
getting gottng consents cnsent8 of property owners for forthe forthe forthe
the laying of car tracks In Wilson WI8n iisomm street streetTaylor Itreet ItreetTaylor streetTaylor
Taylor street tret or Clymer street Rtrft in order to toconnect tocnnec toconnect
cnnec connect its Is Kent avenue line of cars cs with withthe wih wihte withthe
te the new Willlatnsburg WillRburg bridge Consider Considerable Considerable Considerabbe ¬
able opposition to tho lie scheme Ihemo has been beenmanifested becnmlllete beenmanifested
manifested mlllete by property owners ownersstreet ownersTere ownersThere
Tere There is a largo pCPPt ublo school In Wisn Wisn8trlot Wilson Wilsonstreet
street and ad it was wntld said last night that Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn lii ook ooklyn ¬
lyn members mom bels of the tlO lie Board of Education Educationwould Educlion Educlionwould EeiueIon EeiueIonwould
would oppOBO OppOI the laying of o tracks thicugh thirughtIme i ithe I Ithe
the tljoioughfare toloughrne t oughifare Tho railroad rlroli company cnll COnIpILIyis i iis III
is II Inclued to the belief blef that Clymer Street str StreetOiO18 el elOrOS j jofTms
ofTms OrOS the mcnt convenient crlcnlalt route rOle rOleletlan monteMolelLsn I IMoflellan
I IWAnNOTN
Moflellan letlan Says It VIII I He le a C Good ood lol Town TownWASIIIHGTON TonWASUINGwoN
WASIIIHGTON WAnNOTN Nov No 0 9Mr Mr McCleary McClc and nitciMr nd I IMr I1r
1r Mr Daljiell Dael were talking tnlklnl with wih Mayorelect MayorelectMcClellan Mn MayorelectMcClellan orelfet I
McCean McClellan today toda about his election Ilection and andMiking nndMklng andasking
asking what hat kind of a town New ew York 1orl was wasto W1 syncto
t to bo o under his administration administrationIt udwlntrton udwlntrtonIt
It will wi bo bou a good od town was aslho the reply rpl rplBut
But what we 0 want to know lno said saidMcCleary Bid BidMcClear saidMcCieary
McCleary McClear Jocularly Joularly is whut whlt Is to become becomeof beomo beomoof
of uu In case we visit vI t tho ho burg blrg and atd get ar arrltedl arrrstecl i irpsted
rpsted rpstedThat rltedl rrsteclThat
That trill i depend upon what hBt you do he heanswered hoInswere heanswered
answered firmly ImI declining dodlnlnl to discuss l8UI the thematter themBtUr lie liematter
Inswere mBtUr matter in other othtr th than n tho most serious seriousspirit srious sriouseplrt seriousspirit
eplrt spirit
I
t GIVES GVES MILLIONS MILLINS TO HARVARD HARVARDSt000OQO
St000OQO 10000 FROM JWU GORDON OOlON MKAYi MKAYiESTATE MKAlSESTA 1IKAJS 1IKAJSESTtTJ
ESTATE ESTtTJ ESTA TE XOWMORE TO COME COMEWill COl COlnl COIEwill
Will nl Filed fll In Boston 10s1on for Probate l ProbateTwo ProbateTwoSoni > olatrTwo olatrTwoSonl Two TwoSons
Sons Sonl Get Only Onl NZSOO 1210 200 a Year far Koch KochAfter llh llhArtrr KnellAfter
After llecomlng Il llnr of ABO AgeIiervard EeIAnard Harvard lie liequest liequest
quest qntt for a School Sc00l of Applied Applt Science ScienceBOSTON fltuO fltuODOSTON ScienceBosToN
BOSTON Nov OThe will wi of the thl late lateGordon latoGordon IntoGordon
Gordon McKay Inventor Invfltor of the he McKay McKayBBwlng McIY McIYsewing McFaysewing
sewing machine filed ml here her today for forprobate forI forprobate
probate probto gives gJ millions mlUone to provide for a anew I Inew anew
new school s hool of applied appled science at Harvard Harvardthe Harvardthe
I 8cenr Irar
the fund flud to lie l > known knoln ns RI the Gordon McKay McKayEndowment McKayEndowment lcKa lcKaEndoWlent
Endowment EndoWlent Another feature reture of the will willIs wl willis
Is tho annuities annuiies providing prviding for friends and andservants andrvantl andservants
servants servantsHis servantsHis rvantl
His HI two sons 10M get tho smallest HmalOot annuity annuit of ofany ofany ofany
any of tho ho legatees IHutc Tho sons Marlon MarlonVictor MarlonVictor MarionVictor
Victor McKay and Inc Robert lohert McKay Mclia who whoit whoIt whoit
it was Wi reported had hae been n cut elt off of by tho thofather thofather thefather
father got an annuity annult of 110 100 each euch until untilthey Intl untilthey
they reach rech the Ito ago of 21 Their mother motherMrs motherMI motherMrs
Mrs MI Marion lllon von 01 Bruning the divorced divorcedwife divorcedwie divorcedwife
wife wie of the lie testator totator to whom ho has re repeatedly re repeately nopoatediy ¬
peatedly peately mode mae large gifts receives rlelve annually annuallythe annualy annualythe
the sum HUI of 111500 111500After I 11500After 50
After Afer paying thu tie annuities anultct 80 S per pr cent centof rnt centof
of tho balance bulanc of tho estate etatetho estatethe tho remain remaining renuin renuinIlg remaining ¬
ing Ilg 20 per Jr cent cnt bclnp 11111 hold m I a reserve reservefund rlve rlvefund reservefumnul
fund to cover any future possible deficiency deficiencyIn Iefcenc IefcencIn
In the annual annuallnclcwi Income incomewill will bo invested i1Istld by bytho b btho bythm
tho trustees trulttl until unti such slch accumulations accumulationsamount accumulaton accumulatonamount accumulationsamnount
amount to the sum SII of 1000000 IOO Then Thenthey Ton Tonth Thenthey
they th pro lre to pay 1 it I over to tho tl president and andfellows andfelowK andfellows
fellows felowK of Harvard Irrmrd College in their ther cor corporate corporato cariorate ¬
porate capacity cpact After ACer this thi sum sum has lU bean beanpaid bn bnpaid beenpaid
paid over the will wi directs dlrct that 80 per pr cent centof Cftof centof
of tho income after aCor paying IJlrlng tho existing existingannuities exLstnr existingannuities
arUuitlI annuities shall ihal bo given annually nnualy to t Har Harvard Haryard liarvnrd ¬
yard If I Harvard H rvrd accepts nCCpt tho lie gift trw trwmoiuy th thmOi themoo
moiuy mOi moo convoyed must mUt bo b known as l the thoGordon theOord theGordon
Gordon Oord n McKay McnV endowment endowmentTho endowJont endowJontTho endowmentThe
Tho net let Income Inrrt of the endowment will willbe wi willhe
be used led to promote applied applod science sconc Tho ThoInternment Thoinstrument Theinstrummiont
Internment points plntl out ou that special Kpoca care careshould cnr careshould
should bo b taken tken that the grot gnl1t subject subjectof fubjet fubjetor
of mechanical mlhanlcal engineering engln rlng In all al its branches branchesand hrnchei hrncheind branchesand
and nd In tho most 10t comprehensive corprohllhe sense Rnf bo boprovided hoprovided
Tho salaries attached to toth3 totho
provided pril 11 for ntached I Ith
th3 th professorships pB tiro nr to bo b liberal 1 > rl so 10 that tliatthey thlt thltthoy thatthey
they will wi attract atrct tibia Ible men menTho menThe macnThe
The will wi provides for the erection erecton of ofbuildings ofbuidngs ofbuildings
buildings buidngs for tho purpose purpos of tho endow endowment endowInent endowmacnt ¬
ment and all al the equipments lipmenti are to t be of oftho oftho ofthe
tho best bc t design dClgn Tho amount alount of property propertyavailable Ilropry Ilropryaalable propertyavailable
available aalable for the tle new school echol at Harvard Harvardat Harvar
at the start Htar will wi amount aount to about abut 4000000 84000000and 4000000and OO OOand
and eventually eventualy to many malY millions mllon8 moro moroTho mor monoThe
Tho will 11 bears brs the date dntf of Nov 80 0 1887 1887and 18 i8siand
and since sinc then thEn Mr McKay from tune to totlmo t totime
time tmo as n ho thought thol ht best b t made mae liberal liberalprovisions lberi lberiprovlslon Uboratprovisions
provisions for those tho near nea to him l or who whohad whohad whohad
had claims cllm upon upn him sometimes somotme8 by out outright outrijht outright ¬
right rijht gifts gifs and sometimes BmetlmM by codicils clcl to tohis t tohis
his hi will wl The will wi therefore therfore covers cyer only onlywhat ont onlywhat
what hat la I loft of his hB estate etnto after ater all alscn such gifts glftaand git gitand giftsand
beon for forThe lorTe forThotrusteea
and trusts trsta have hae bn provided provded
The Te Thotrusteea trustees trt8 are ao ordered orere to pay PY the fol following tolowng following ¬
lowing life annuities Mrs Marion von vonBrunlng vonPruning on onDrnng
owng Uo Imutr Mon
Pruning Drnng 11500 U60 Victor VicorMqKy MqKay until unt 21 21years 21years
years old 100 10 Robert Roort McKay M Kay until unti 21 21years 21year 21years
years year old 01dh 8100 110 100 Miss Mary Ma 8 Dodge Doge New NewCity NewCity Newcity
City 5000 50 Mrs Fanny Fnny Bates BtM Boston Bton
3000 30 Mrs Helen M Moodle Mooe Blrkonhead BlrkonheadEn Blkoned BlkonedEiiand irkoztheadEngland
En Eiiand England p land 3000 3OMil Miss Mary nKlowWh nKlowWhIngton ary K Barro BarrowWaeh BarrowWaehington wWash wWashington
ington 3000 30 Miss M6 Mattte Matte Mnilm J xm Cam Cambridge Ca Cambridge ¬
bridge Mass MMf 1600 16 Mm MI W L Webb WebbNew WebhNe WebbNew
New Ne York city cty 8Oj 3000 Miss Mi Jennie Jenne BBryan BBryanChicago D Bran BranCloago Bryan BryanChicago
Chicago Cloago 3000 O Miss MiB Jane II I Pierce Perc New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city oty 3OM > Mrs Annie E Treat TreatSharon Tret TretSharon TreatSharon
Sharon Conn Cnn 11200 1200 120 Miss Mis Agnes Agne P Cory CoryNewport Cr CaryNewport
Newport Newpor 1500 15 Miss MIs Mary Ma McGovern McGovernNewport Mcovern McovernNewort McoovernNewport
1500 Miss Augusta Melklin MelklinWashington MeiklinWashington
Newport Newort 16 MI8 1lrl kin kinWMhingon
Washington WMhingon 81ono SI Miss 1R1Irlc Marian T Dunbar DunbarLondon Dnbar DnbarLndon DunharLondon
London Lndon England EOjland 1000 O Total Tota 48000 48000Mrs 480 48600Mrs
Mrs Mr Marion von on Brunlng Brning during her herlife herlife
life Ilo has the th use u and occupation ocuPlton of a house housein hO hOIn
in Washington Wlhlngtn D C The Te trustees tnletO are aroalso ar areaba
also to pay pa an annuity of U50 2509 each oeh to toVictor t toVictor
Victor Victr MoRay and Robert Robr McKay after afterthe atr atrthe afterthe
the death deathof of Mrs MI von Brunlng Brning their thi mother motherin mothr mothrIn
in case co she so 8 directs dirt by her will wl Miss MlseGary Mi MissCary
Gary Cry and Miss 11 MoGovern cOover are ar old family familyservants tamly tamlysrvnts familyservants
servants srvnts The will wl names nlmes as I executors executorsFrank exeoutor executorsFrank
Frank Frnk F Stanley Stnoy and James Jame G Meyers Meye of ofBoston ofDoston ofBoston
Boston and George Gerg E Gilbert Giber of Newton NewtonJ
0 J DUNDAS LIPPINCOTT TO WED WEDWealthy WEDWealthy > EO EOrUh
Wealthy rUh Ihllaclelnhtan hldelphlan to Marry Ilarry Miss Ml Arm Armstrong Am AmItronK Mmstrong
strong a Washington 1alllnlon Newspaper WomanPIIADLIU WomanPlmrLADaunm Woman WomanPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PIIADLIU Nov ov 0 9JamO 9James James Dundac DundacLipplncott Dunda DundasLlppineott
Lipplncott Lippinct who Is a millionaire miionair will wi marry marryon mrry mrryon
on Nov 21 Miss UM Belle Rle Armstrong Arm trong of Wash Washington Wnh WnhIngton Washingen ¬
ington Tho wedding will wi be b unosten unostentatious unolten unoltentatol unostentmitious ¬
tatious tatol Miss i Armstrong Arm trnl for some time timehas tme tmehas timehas
has be ItQ been a employed its s I a re rporter reporter > ort r of social socialnews socialnews clal clalnWK
news nWK for the dully dll papers papel of Washington WashingtonHor
Her father Is Frank C Armstrong Arm trong of Mis Misfourl MisFourl MIssoeiri
fourl who during durll the thI civil civi war rose rl to totho totho tothe
tho rank rnk of BrigadlorGenoral Hrgadlorneral in the ho Con Confederate Cn Cnfederate Confederate ¬
federate Army During the second scnd Cleve Cleveland Clevolnd Cleveland ¬
land lnd Administration AdUillttr ton ho was tyas l appointed appointedAssistant appinted appintedMsistant appointedAssistant
Assistant Commissioner Comml loner of Indian Affairs Affairsand Atairs Atairsand Affairsand
and since slno his bil retirement rtrment from office ofc has re resided r rsided nosidod ¬
sided in Washington Wllnt < und practised prtsd law lawTho Iw IwThe lawThe
The faintly ramiy reside r3idl at 1312 Sunderland Sunderland place placeMies plao placeMiii
Mies i Armstrong Arlltrong is about nbut 40 years ear old oldMr oldMr oldMr
Mr Lipplncott is I a widower His Iis wife wifevras wlo wloM wifewas
was M Miss Alice Alc Potter Potor of Princeton Prncton N J JTho JTho J JThe
Tho couple ClpO will l reside rsldo at tho famous fnmoU Yellow YellowMansion Yelow YelowManalon YellowMansIon
Mansion nt Broad and Walnut streets streetshero strets stretsher streets1mm
hero her herDRJOR 1mmDRE1JIJI
WEDGE DRJOR BHWOHT IIWrrCHIT IP CORPSE CORPSEtr
Of tr Inspector In pletor of II Dredging UrrdlnJ Missing lssll Rlnee RlneeLast Ilnle IlnleIDst Sliteciust
Last Saturday HaturilayTho Hltudn HltudnThe SaturdayThin
The bucket of a dredging drging machine Inchll which whichvas whichWM whichwas
vas scooping up mud from from the Harlem Harlemtiver HarlemHver HarlemRiver
River Hver at the lie foot of Lincoln avenue yestor yestorlay yastorday yesterday
day lay afternoon brought broulht up the lie body ody of a anan aman aman
man and dropped roppe it Into the scow scowTho sow sowThe scowThe
The workmen dug out olt the lie body boy and anddenned anddnnld andelenncl
denned dnnld off ot the mud and then recognized recognizedhe rognlz
the he man lan ns ni Inspector of Dredging Drdging Joseph Josephslorno JOphaIborne JosephOsborne
slorno aIborne who had been missing since Inr hater Salurlay Stur Sturdar haterday
lay afternoon aferon Osbornn Osbrne was Wi 33 3 years yers old oldmd oldamI oldand
md lived lve at 539 West Fortysflvonth ortrovnnth street streetCoroner strt strtCoroner streetCoroner
Coroner OOorman questioned quellone the work worknen workOen workmen
men Oen and will wi nuke mke a further furher investigation investigationlOOOOO Invetgton investigation300KOCarntrle
13000 300KOCarntrle lOOOOO Carnerta arntI1I Library Iibrarfor for New r1 haven IlavrnNEW lavrn lavrnNEw havenNaw
NEW HAVKN HAVEN Nov 9 9I 9It It was given out outit outat outat
at it tho meeting meting of the New Haven Board Boar of oflimnoo ofFlnano ofFinanco
limnoo Flnano tonight tonlch that Andrew Carnegie Carnegiemd Carnegiehad Carnegiehad
had offered oterd to give 300000 OO to this city cl for fora
a L publo pub1lc nubllo library lurar if tho ho city cl would ould appro approbate appropnatl appropnate ¬
pnatl pnate bate 30000 n year ear to maintain it It Itdll Itwi Itwill
will wi bo J10OO acwpt accepted d by ty the city hut legislative legislativeower legiltve legiltvepower legislativepower
power > ower will wii first rst have to ohs b 0 obtained obtainedo obtaine obtaineTo
To o Or 01 Tried 1lld for Ills IIR Iii Lynching Sermon SermonWILMINGTON SrrmonWILmOTON SermonWm12dIUoTOr
WILMINGTON Del Dl Nov 9 DTe 9The The Pros Proslytery Pr Presibyter
b lytery te of New Castle C18te county cunty at Middle Middleown Middletown Middletown
town own today again Rgin took tok up the question qucton of ofho ofthe ofthe
the ho Rov Robert I0her A Elwoods Elwoos sermon srmon on onynchlng onlchlnl onlynching
lchlnl lynching last Ilt June After being Oln In session sessionhe 8Nlon sessIonthe
die he greater getr part of the day da It was < agreed agreedo aged agedto
to o place plae Mr Ulwood l lwO on trial He feared fearedvote tea feareda
A vote vot of censure cnsur and demanded dmando a trial trialAll trll trllAllefrtoot trialAll
All Allefrtoot Uttrfoot farm fUouR fUouRre 8ADII 8ADIIc 8ADIIdi Saesgnarc
arc re matte at a lbs Farm In n Southboro Mac Their Theircatneu Theirsurer
surer c di 13 owing t to h lilt ChOICO materials ie a and the thepcatnas
catneu Icatnr sad d rltnllnesj Ilealneu ot the tie preparation prprltonA6 prprltonA6r prparatIonAe5 AM
r
AO O XSCIENCE GUARDIAN GUARDIANNew OlAW1 OlAW1New
New Haven 1atn Judge ldre Refuses nrU18 to Appoint One Onefor Oneror Onetar
for a Nlm SlneearUhl MnetearOiuI > Ycar tlil Ctrl CtrlNEW GirlNEW rl rlNEW
NEW HAVEN Nov 0 ODr Dr Isaac W V Stiles Stilesof Il Stilesof IIs IIsor
of this city cty appealed np ao in the Probate < Court Courtthis Cmlrtthis Courtthis
this afternoon afernoon for the appointment of a aChristian aChristan aChristian
Christian Christan Scientist Sclent t as a guardian of his hil nine nineyearold nlnl nlnlyparohl nineyearold
yearold daughter daughter1elen Helen There Thor wan rig vigorous rigorous Ig Igorou ¬
orous opposition oppositon to such an appointment appointmenton
on the part par of tho thl ho girls uncle Rollln Rln I IHlno IBne IHlno
Hlno HlnoDr HlnoDr
Bne BneDr
Dr Stiles said that ho did not have time timeI timeto
Ste
I to 0 look lok after the girl and he wished Ishe to re resign resign nosign ¬
sign aa guardian guaian Ho said Inld that tho girls girlsmother girlsmother
1 mother was WI not ablo to act ac as 1 guardian guardianbecause guadIan guadIanbeu guardianbecause
because beu she is in an Insane asylum nylu He Henominated Henominate Henominated
nominated nominate Robert Rbert C Llghtburn Llphtbun a I a well wellknown wel wellknown
known business blu1e man mn of tho city cty Helen Helenhas HelenhM Helenhas
has been bon living in Mr Llghtburns family familyMr famiy famiyMr familyMr
lvng
Mr lime Hne Mrs MI Stileas Stile brother asked askedMr akCi akCiMr askedMr
Mr Llghtburn this question questionWould quetion quetionWould questionVould
Would you 0 call cailn In a Christian Chritan Scientist Scientistas Scentist
as 0 you OU did for Mrs Mr Llghtburn Jglbur If this girl girlwas girlW0 girlwas
was W0 taken rlten ill 111If 11 11I ill1f
1f If I I thought thoupht It wasnt want a serious case CA I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would replied rple Mr Llghtburn LIRhtbur otherwise otherwiseI otherise otheriseI
I would call U in a regular regliar physician physicianIf phy lcan lcanI
If I sho had hd diphtheria what would you youdo youdo youdo
do was asked askedWhy askldWh askedVhy
Why Wh I think I would stand tho disease diseaseoff dLeao dLeaoor diseaseoff
off or with wih Christian Science Scenc treatment treatmentJudgo trIAtment trIAtmentJudRO treatmentJudge
Judge Cleavcland Cleavclnd declined declned to appoint appointMr
Mr Llghtburn LlghtburnMISS LI LightbuurnMISS htblr htblrMISS
MISS ROOSEVELTS ltmtllJT IIOLETS VIOLETSWhite IIOLETSbUo IIOLETSThlto
White bUo Plains Ihanl Commiiten llnter Scrambled fermblt1 for forTlicm rorTIlm forTileni
Tlicm TIlm at the tll Station StationWHITE Mtalon MtalonlTE StationWHITE
WHITE lTE PLAINS Nov o 0 OiIA 0MIss Mlfw Alice Alo Rooso Roosovelt Ro Rovelt so sovelt
velt daughter of tho President PrOJdent spent spnt Sun Sunday Sunda Sunday ¬
day da at Ophlr Farm tho country soot sat of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Whitelaw Reid on the outskirts outskirtsof outkirts outkirtsof
of White Whie Plains as a tho lie guest of tholr daugh daughter daughtor daughtor ¬
tor Miss MII Jean Je m Hold Miss MI Roosevelt nOO lt ac accompanied accmpanie ticcompaniod ¬
companied cmpanie by Miss MI Reid RIld Miss JJ1 Cunningham Cunninghamand Cunnngham Cunnnghamand
and several sevarl other society lolety women left White WhltoPlains Whlo WhloPlains WhitePlains
Plains on a Harlem express cxprM train trin for Man Manhattan Manhatan Stanhntan ¬
hattan hatan early earl this morning morningMiss morningJ8 morningSIlas
Miss J8 Roosevelt loOvelt wore wor a brown brow suit and hat hatto hatto hatto
to match white whie around around her neck she had a along along along
long black fur boa In the rush rs to board boardthe bord bordthe boardthe
the train Miss Mi Roosevelt ROvllt dropped a largo largobouquet large largebouquiet
bouquet buquet of violets There 1r Was Wl a grand grandscramble grnd grndBramblo grandscramble
Bramblo scramble to get some of the flowers 10wers as assouvenirs I Isuvonir nesouvenirs
souvenirs souvenirsPRESIDENT suvonir suvonirPlEfDENT souvenirsPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT PlEfDENT AT TilE THEATRE TUEATJIEApnlamls THEATREpplauds TIIE4T RE REApplantls
Apnlamls the Comedians Comrllna Line Lne Diplo Diplomats Dlplo DlploIltl Diploinlets ¬
mats Iltl Dont Steal Sllal They ey Annex AnnexWASHINGTON AnnexW AnnexWABIIINOT0N
WASHINGTON W ABINOTON Nov 8 91Ie The President Prfldent and andMrs andMrs I IIr
Mrs Ir Roosevelt Roovelt and ad other distinguished distinguishedpersons dJtLnjulsbed distinguishedpersons I
of ofBabette ofbeteW ofBabotte
persons witnessed the performance
itreo perorilno
prns Babette beteW at the Now National Natonl Theatre Theatretonight Theatretonight leatre leatretonight
tonight In which Fritz Fritz Scheff Shef appealed appealedIn appclCi appclCiIn
In comb emlo opera opra for the first Irt time Tho Thoaudience Te Teaudenc Thoaudience
audience audenc appeared appre to be almost aost as much muchpleased muchpf muchpleased
pleased pf by the presence prfenc of the President Preident Preidenta Presidentas
1 M a by the opera opr and ad lie was greeted greete with withapplause wth wthapplWe withapplause
applause applWe That t part of tho play in which whichit
it li said 8id diplomats dont steal they theyannex the theannx theyannex
annex annx seemed le to amuse amU8 tho President Presidentvery Pedont Pedontvery Presidentvery
and andclapped andcppo andclapped
very much for he laughed augbe heartily heriy
his hands handsOccupying handsOccupying
clapped cppo h han8 han8Ocupyng
Occupying the box with wih the President Presidentand P Presidentand dent dentand
and Ocupyng his wife wfe ware lro Miss IM Alice Roofiovolt Roofiovoltthe RORevol
the th PostmaetorGoBPral POBtBfteretra and ad Mrs Mr Payne PayneMrs laylo laylo1m PayneMrs
Mrs 1m Joyce Joo Mrs Holmes Holme SnataI Senator and Mrs MrsFlatt MrsPlatt MrsPlatt
Platt and a Senator tr Lodge Lgu In the audience audiencewere audiencewere
were Senator Sntor Hanna Hann and several members membersof
of the Senate and House and the Diplo Diplomatic Diplomantle ¬
mantle mato Corps CorpsSUN Crs CrsSUN CorpsSUN
SUN HAS PERPETUAL SUMMER SUStMEItDiscovered SUMMERDiscovered lJUIE lJUIEDlnoNtd
Discovered by b the Hoosier HooIJe Astronomer AstronomerHho Altrnome AstronomerWho
Who bo Think Tlnka tho he Sun Su I f is Inhabited InhabitedLAPORTE h1bblt IvbabhtcdLLpowra d dLPRTI
LAPORTE LPRTI had Nov No 0 DIn In a statement statementmado stteent stteentmado statementmade
mado today toay Alexander Aexnder Young the te local localastronomer lo localastronomer
astronomer Atronomer who has h in the last year yl made madeseveral Oado Oadoloverl madeeoseral
several loverl important Ipornt discoveries dlverle concerning concerningthe cncrng cncrngthe
the condition cndiion and functions fnctons of the te sun sunand sunand sunand
and has ha asserted Ire the existence omtenc of life lifeon lio lioon lifeon
on that tht planet p1et announced anouno his hi conclusions conclusionsconcerning cnouslon cnousloncnomg conclusionsooncernlng
concerning cnomg the te solar olar season seasonHe eon eonHe seasonHe
He says ey he has hl discovered dve that tat the to sun sunhas SUDb aimhas
has b perennial prnnl summer ser divided dvde between betweonseven btwefn btwefneeven betweenseven
seven months month of vernal vem or springlike eprngl1e sum summer EUI EUImer summon ¬
mer and ad five fv8 of deciduous deduoua or autumnal autumnalsummer autuna autumnalsummer
summer marked marke by changes cg0 in 11 the vast vastmasses VRt VRtma vastmasses
masses ma of forest fort follago follgo observed obere by him himby himby hilniby
by the instrumentality intrmentlty of the solarscope solarscopewhich 8Irp solaracopewhich
which whc be has ha Invented ivent At this tune tie the thered ther thered
red r and reddish rdsh brown brw hues prevail prvai to t be bereplaced b bereplaced
replaced rp1 In January Januar by tho living lving green gn of ofsummer ofmer ofsununer
summer summerTHE sununerTIlE mer merTilE
TilE MKINLKY 1fKIlILEY MONUMENT MONUMENTDeslfn nONrMENT nONrMENTDlc IIONIJMENTDesign
Design Dlc Calls CIII for a > Done Doro Column More MoreThan Morean MoreThan
Than an 3OO 20 Feet F e Illih IllihCANTOK Ish IshCANON DliiiCarrroN
CANTOK CANON Ohio Nov 0 Oho Tho first firt design designfor delgn delgnfor designfor
for the McKinley national natonal monument to bo boerected b beerected
erected erte In Canton Onton has h been ben submitted ubmittd by byRandall byHndan byRandall
Randall Hndan Ross of New Ne York The To prelimi preliminary prUml prUmlory prellminary ¬
nary ory sketches skekhes have been bn forwarded foraded to the thecommittee thecmmi theconunitttio
committee He describes hid plans as asfollows asfollows
cmmi to le deorb hL I
follows followsIt folowl
It provides prolde for oimausoloum mu8oum and A Dorio Doriocolumn Dorioclumn Doriscolumn
column clumn placed plcd upon a pedestal Pdctl crowned crownedby cowne crownedby
by a figure tKure allegorical alegorol of Immortality ImmortalityTbe ImmorAity ImmorAityThe
The column clumn Is 26 2 feet fct In diameter and ad 200 200feet 2 200feet
feet frt high without wihout the pedestal potl It I will wl be beprovided b beprovided
provided provde with an interior intcror stairway atnrway and ad an anelevator anolontor anelevator
elevator to the top This column clumn Is some somewhat somowhat sonicwhat ¬
what higher than tho column clum In Trajans TrajansForum Trjan TrjanForm TrajansForum
Forum Form In Rome RomeCflOITV RomeCROW RomeCROIIX
CROW PIIICES Pll COll7Vfl 0110 TO FAIR FAIRC FAI FAIC
C W Kohlsant HaK Sal Ma s These TI05t of Sweden SWldln and andDenmark Ind IndUfnmlrll andIienrnanlc
Denmark Ufnmlrll Will Wi 1 IiI Probably Irobahl He le liens HrrnST Irr IrrST liensS
ST S Louis LUIS Mo fo Nov No 0 OCI 0Charles diaries rlcR W WKohlsaat WKohlMt V VKohlsaat
Kohlsaat KohlMt Commissioner Cml 810nor of tho lie exposition expositionto
to Sweden Norway and Denmark Dnmrll returned returnedto rture
to St Lou Luis Louis In today today to report rpor to President PresidentFranols Prsldont PrsldontFrchi PresidentFrancis
Francis Frchi Mr KolUsaat Kol lt said saidPrince srld srldPrlno saidPrince
Prince Prlno Gustaf GUltaf the Crown Prince PrnC of ofSweden ofSweon ofSweden
Sweon Sweden Is I coming comng Prince Prno Frederick Frederickthe redoriclcthe erc
the Crown Crow Prince Princ of Denmark IB an Inti Intimate Int intimate ¬
mte mate friend of his hil and may also alo come comellO comeBI
llO BI FIRE BY KILL VAX JAN KULL KULLirforU KULL KULLOrror KULLOrford
irforU Orror Copper Company ompao Burned Ournt Out OutStandard Omlanda Outfitandard
Standard landa Oil 01 Works Was u In Peril PerilThe PrrUTe PerilThe
The Te plant of the Orford Orforr Copper Coppr Com Comany Compar Cornpftfl3
par pftfl3 > any at Constable Constble Hook on the Kill Ki van vanCull vanul vanHull
Cull ul was W practically pratcaly destroyed destrore by fire fir last lastlight lastnight lastnight
night The fire fre started erred In a two story storyler 8tOr storypier
pier ler and spread sprad to the carpenter carlnter hop ehopoopcrajjo shopcooperage hopcopcralo
cooperage and engineering enginering plant The Thelnnt Te Teplant Theplant
copcralo
plant lnnt of tho Standard Oil 01 Company is not notar notfar notfar
uneasiness inMsinemIt far unalnetl ar away fa and ad this gave ave the firemen frmen some someinMsinem eomeunalnetl someuneasiness
It Is not known know how the fire fr started startedThe Btnred BtnredThe startedThe
The police polce figured fgure the damage dnD e at 300000 300000rhlch 300 300000which
which la thought thOIRht to be bf an overestimate overestimateNTERVROAN oertmate oertmateINTERURBAN overestimateIXTERURIIAN
INTERURBAN CO CHANGES OHA OES NAME NAMElew 1AtIE 1AtIENew NAMENew
New York ork City Clr Street 8trsetitIl Railway Ral Co It Metro Ileto Metropolitans j jpolltmns
New Title TitleTo TitleTo
polltmns plal Ne1 Tte TteTo
To avoid the confusion cnfu80n due to t the to elm elmlarity a aimilanity
larity lart of the names ne of the Interurban Intrrb and andhe ad adthe andthe
the he Interborough Intebrough Railway Riwy companies the thainterurban te teInterbn theInterurban
Interbn interurban Street Strt Railway Rlwa cmpe Company C < m n trill trilln willIn 1
In n future ft ho h called one tho New York Yorkaty City StreetiwayCo Street StreetHallway Btt Btt1way
Hallway 1way iwayCo Company Cmt Ta
OUR WARSHIPS TO COLONBIA COLONBIAI C LOMBA LOMBAIF
I IF j THAT NATION iTIO ATTEMPTS ITTJllTS TO TOSEND TOSbNI 0
SEND 81 TIUWPS TIWlI TO PANAMA PANAMAPresidents jINAUAl lINAIIAlrcsidcns
Presidents l > llentl Ilnu lnl to Prevent lrllt War Wlr on 01 the theIsthmus theIthmusSuthlnt timeIsthmnuusNotlilng
IthmusSuthlnt IsthmnuusNotlilng Isthmus Nothing ImlJI tfflflal to ShOW SliovrTliat Sow SowThKt ShOWThat
That llOBotu logoln lisa 18 lrarl Heard of Our Kecog Kecognlllun UtcOJ liceogniIofl
nlllun nlun of the Now Ucpuhlle lelllbleIanml lelllbleIanmlEmo ltcpuhilelanamas ltcpuhilelanamasEnvoy Panamas PanamasEnvoy
Envoy Emo Hers Ser Secretary of State late Hay HayWASHINGTON la laWAS hayWAsnrsd1ro
WASHINGTON WAS NOTON Nov 8 DAs As a result rcut of a aconference aconfernc aconference
conference confernc today between hotwOn Secretary Secretl of oftho oftho oflie
tho lie Navy ay Moody Assistant AIHtant Secretary Secretaryof Secrotar
of State Stto Loomis Lomis and Rear Admiral Admira AdrnlralTaylo AdrnlralTaylochief Taylor Taylorchief Taylorchief
chief of the Bureau of Navigation Navlgnton lnstrut lnstruttlons Instr instrutions >
tlons tons were wer sent to t the naval commanders commandorIn cmmandoi
In Isthmian waters to stop any attempt attept on ontho 00tho onthe
tho part par of tho Colombian Governmontto Governmonttodetqxitch Ooemmenit Goverrimoattodesatch
detqxitch de Jtch troops to tho Isthmus of Panama PanamaUpon Panla PanlaUpon PanamaUpon
Upon receiving rechlng news that Colombian Colombiantroops Colombiantroop Colombiantroops
troops troop are ar being bing embarkod at ports port on the theAtlantic te teAtlntc theAtlantic
Atlantic Atlntc or the Pacific Paclfo side United Unied States Stateswar Stt Stateswar
war vessels fSOH will wi bo b seat to these places plc to toprevent tl tlprelDt toprevent
prevent prelDt the embarkation embarllton This Govern Government Government Governmont ¬
ment thinks that tht is a better heter way to do the thowork thework thework
work than thn to wait until uti Colombian troop trooptransports trop troptransport trooptransports
transports transport arrive arl e at Isthmian It hmlan ports portsTho portaTho portsThe
Tho Instructions IMtrcton two in accordance withthe with withthe
accrnno wth wththe
the policy polcy of the President Prsident that peace pc must mustbe musbhe mustibe
be preserved prcorved and a and 11 bloodshed bloodshe prevented preventedon prvente
on the Isthmus and of course COUJ havo his hlaapproval h hisapproval
approval
PANAMAS ENVOY ENVOYPhlllppo ENorPhlppo ENVoTPhilippe
Phlllppo Phlppo BtinauVarilla Bunau Varla who has hs been beendesignated bn bndeignate beendesIgnated
designated deignate as Minister Jlnleter Plenipotentiary Plenipotentiaryand Plenipotentir
and Envoy Extraordinary Extrorinr of the Republic Republicof RepbUo RepbUoof
of Panama left et Washington Wlhlngton unexpectedly unexpectedlythis unoxpey unoxpeythlll
this evening for New ew York orl after afr having havinghad hvlS hvlShad havingbind
had luncheon lunchen and a long conversation conversationwith cnvertion cnvertionwih
with wih Secretary Secrtar of State Hay 1ay Mr Bunau BunauVarilla Buna BunaVnrla BunauVanilla
Vanilla Vnrla showed slow1 Mr Hay his credentials credentialstelegraphed crent credentialstelegraphed
telegraphed telegraphe to him by the Junta Junt of the theIsthmian theIHthmlan theJithmnIan
Isthmian do facto Government Goeralent Govnrnxnentbut but did dd not notformally notformn1r notformally
formally formn1r present them neither neiher did dd he hearrange hearrn hoarrange
arrange arrn go with Mr Hay to bo b rlvo received by bythe bythe bythe
the President PresidentTho IrRldent IrRldentTho PresidentThe
Tho fact that the thf Panama Pannma envoy la I a acitizen acitzen acItizen
citizen citzen of Franco Frnco has proved proVl > to bo b a I Btum BtumbUng stu stiunhUng
bUng bUg block in tho way of his recognition rocglion by bythis bythlg bythis
this Government Govrment as tho diplomatic repre representative repr reprfentatvo reprosentativo ¬
sentative fentatvo of the new American Americn republic republicIt rpublo rpubloIt
It was declared decird tonight by nn official who whowas whoWI whowas
was WI fully tuly authorized authorizr to nay IIY so that nothing nothingIn
In Mr BunauVarlllas BunauVarHas credentials or any anyaot nnyaot anynot
aot on his h part par had operated to postpone postponehis potpne potpnehi
his hi presentation prsntaton to the President PresidentAN Prldent PrldentAN
AN JNDISCIIEET MOVE MOVETho MOVETo MOVETho
Tho To assertion Brlon was made mo also 118 that a 1 letter letterwhich letr letrwhich letterwhich
which the Panama Panma agent sent snt today tody to toSenator toBntor toSenator
Senator Bntor Morgan of Alabama Alabm the uncom uncompromising unm unmprJig imnoompremising ¬
promising prJig foo of the te Panama Panmlroutl route In Inwhich inwhich
which hlch the venerable vcnerblo statesman statemn W was politely politelyrequested poltly poltlyrquesto politelyrequested
requested rquesto to crown cro his long career crr cbr er with withlaurel ivithlaurel Wth Wthaur
laurel aur wreaths watbs by throwing his influence influenceto inuonc inuoncto
to the Panama Paaml route had not affected notd Mr MrBunauVarillas M MrBunnuVarilbas
BunauVarillas Bunu Vnrias diplomatic dlplomtlo status statusIt SttU SttUI
It I was admitted admitte however that Mr MrBunauVarilla MrBuouVaria SirBunauVanilha
BunauVarilla BuouVaria had done a a very ver Indiscreet Indiscreetthing IndLsct IndLsctthing Indiscreetthing
thing in i addressing addreSlng an official ofcia communi communication ommunI ommunIcton communication ¬
cation cton on an international Intcrtona topic to t any anyother anyother anyother
other person prn than the Secretary Secretar of State StateThat Stt StateThat
That ho sent it in his official ofcl capacity cpaoty U UIndicated I isindicated
Indicated Indlcto by the fact that tht the note nt was washeaded washeaded A
headed he Republic Rpublo of Panama PanamaThere Panamw PanamwTer PanamaThere
There Ter was wa1 nothing nothng in the ho communication communicationitself cmmuiin cmmuiiniI communicationitsoll
itself iI that tht was wa offensive ofenslvo On the contrary contraryit eontr
it was WI most complimentary emplmentar to t Mr M Morgan MorganIt Morg
It was 0 tho act of sending sndig it to t a I member memberof mer merof
of the legislative branch breh of tho Govern Government Gvrn Gvrnment Governmeat ¬
ment that th constituted cnUuted the te fault faut of the thePanama thePAna thePanama
Panama PAna representative repte nttv and it Is I expected ex expectedthat j jthat Jtht
that tht Mr Morgan Morg will wi not lose los the oppor oppr opportunity j
tunlty tuty to t make mke an a issue Isu of o It Tho To not notconcludes not notconcludes
concludes concludesNow cncudes cncudesNow concludesNow
Now Mr Senator Scnatr I come ole to t you ou andntosfe andntosferespectfully andm ancLm t trespectfully
respectfully refpecUuly entreat you to t take tak the high hllb place placewhich pc pacswhich
which 1s I due to the honored honore veteran vckra of the thenoblest thenoblcst thenoblest
noblest fight that over clr took place for the theprogress ta tapro theprogress
pro progress leM of the world and the tbf welfare welfar of ofmankind ofmankind ofmankind
mankind mankindI
I beg bll you not to throw throwaway away thtltl the ttslh title1ch title1chthe qrtxlch qrtxlchthe I Itbe
the thankfulness hnnkfunlM of humanity owes 0188 to you TOUthnt 7U youthat
that of tho Father of the Isthmian Ithman CanaL CanaLI Ca i iI
I beg you to t take tho laurelsof lanrt180f a victory vctor which whichIs
II yours by accepting aeCeptu with a generous ffeomraaand generousand 8fua 8fuaand
and Christian Chrlstn mind what tbe changes ches In I the thenecessities te tenel thenecessities
nel necessities It11 of ocean trafllo have mad ma in I inevitiubbe 1 1evitnble I Ievtble
evitnble evtble You will wi well crown orow a noble life lifeInspired meIn8111re Ill Illinspired
Inspired In8111re by br the greatest acatllt the most patriotic patrioticthe pt o I IHow
the most disinterested dllatr0ted aim aimHow almahow
How long Mr BunauVarllla DunauVaUa1tedl inteodato inteodatostay lntendetostay r rstay
stay away from Washington WanRlon cannot cnno be beslated b bestated I Istated
stated but It will probably depend
wl deend upon uponthe upn uponthe
the length of time tme necessary noce88r to have the theFrench te teFnch theFrench I f
that it doc d doss
French Fnch Government Governmet say 5y 00 D noobject t tobject
object obJet to t having bvlnR one of its citizens elUnl act ac M Mthe J Jthe jthe
the diplomatic dlplomato agent of f another aothe Governj Governjment a GovrnJmont 1 1met
mont met Such action acion by France Frnc wouldno wouldnobe ould no i
be unprecedented unprecedentedCOLOMBIAN unpreeente unprecedentedcotosinrat
OLlDIN COLOMBIAN nEpRGsxNTATrvBB nEPRJNT aEPanszNTaTrvnspnoTEn aEPanszNTaTrvnspnoTEnSecretary TIEBlnO rnoisn rnoisnSecretary i
Secretary Serotal Hay lay laid lid before tho President Presidentoday Prfldent Presidenttoday j
today a note not from frm Dr Herman Ierau the Co e Colonihian i iomblan II IIorbl j
omblan orbl n Charnd Chrl dAffalres dArnr In II Washington Washingtonn Wlhlngn 1 1In
In n which after afor acknowledging acknowloglg tho rcoolpt rcoolptif
of if information Infonllon from frm Mr Mrlay Hay that thlt tho United UnitedKtutos Unte UnitedStates
States StitO had entered nterll into relations rltonR with wih tho thodo thode thodo
Government Dr Horran sold soldthnt saidthat
do facto faco Gwornmtnt Iorran snd sndthat
that while whlo ho had no communication emnlmlcaton from fromColombia fromOJlombla fromOlcmnbia
Colombia since this action nclon waa taken lie liebelieved heheHo liebelieved
heHo believed 1 ho was W only anticipating the lie policy policyDf poeyof
of his Government Goverment in protesting prlestnl against againsttho agans againstthe
tho recognition rogniion accorded the Panama In Insurgents InHurlentR insurgonts ¬
surgents HurlentR No 10 answer has h been ben mado to tohls tothis tothis
this hls communication Immunlcuton Dr Horrau sold soldionlght Midtnl saIdtonight
tonight tnl ht that ho was still ft i without lhout any ad adiicos ado adoOg adwinos
from Bogota not line having coma comaM cometo
winos Og frm Bgota a I halg cme cmet
t to M him since Ilnro the Panama Plnnmn revolt revoltBOGOTAS rcvtnooOAs revoltnoooTAs
BOGOTAS nooOAs CHANGE CIANOE or FKKUNO FKKUNOTho FEEIIO FEEIIOThe FEEIINoThe
The Administration Admintraton officers ofcer smiled smie grimly grimlywhen Crim grimlywhen
when they got ot a telegram tele ram today todn from fromMr fromMr fromMr
Mr Beaupre Beupr the Untied Unite States Minister llnister at atBogota atBogotn atBogota
Bogota telling telng of a complete change of ofsentiment ofsentment ofsentiment
sentment sentiment thero in connection conetion with the thePanama thePanama thePanama
Panama Canal treaty Nearly Nearl everybody everybodyie
he ie said was WI now In favor of letting lettng the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stnte build buid tho lie canal on tho tim terms termsset te termsset
set forth forh in the rejected rejeted HayHcrran IayIerran con contention on onventon conventlon ¬
tention ventlonMr tentionMr
venton ventonMr
Mr Bcaupids Baupr a message melgf was one of those thoaethat thol thosethat
tht that came ce to the State Department Depatment In the thopast thepst thepast
pst past twentyfour tentyfour hours Tho two latest lateatsoch lateteh latesteach
each eh bore ore the te date of Nov o 0 t one of them themjeuig te thembeing
big being jeuig that mentioned mentlened and ad the other otEr which whichiraa whichi whichwas
was i delivered here a few tO hours earlier erler eon oonalned C eontamed
tamed tne the information Iforaton that news of the theIsthmian te teIlthl thelsthnitan
Isthmian Ilthl revolt of Nov S had hd reached reohB Bo Bogota B Begeta ¬
gota gta and ad aid d caused cu Immense iens excitement excitementMr excitemet excitemetM
Mr M Beaunr6 Deupl had ha not then the apparently apparentlyreceived appUy appUyreiv apparenGyreceived
reiv received the message meSMpe cent st by Secretary SecretaryBay Secet Secretaryhay
Bay on o Nov 4 Informing iforming him that tht the de deFacto defat dofacto
fat Facto Government QemrJt at Panama Paam had ha been beenDewy b beenDews
Dewy 0 If Wins law Il Ar Ar Are Pare PareBur rae raenl Pureflur
Bur of the makers mAkeJ TWe We e Ar are ro tie makvn makvnT 5eE5
U T nl Dewey Dery Sons 50n Co C IM U KuUon 1llot WJTT lsNTAdP m TAdt Ait

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