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WOODS OODSKILLINOF KILLING OF 300 3006i MOROS MOROS6V
6V 6 6i WADE Jm r41I HAS lAS GONE GOlE TO JOIA JOIATO JOO JOOTO JOLOTo
TO INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATEfirst I STIATE STIATEFlnl
first Trouble Troulll With 111 1i ItII the Natives NatH1 or Tha ThaIsland ThfttIIanIftIhCr at atIlnIIUlhlr
Island IlnIIUlhlr IIanIftIhCr Other iiutbrrmki UUlbral1 Had ild nee neemi nfrn Heenliii
mi 11 Mindanao flhlIIflIflGCfl llllnloGrn fltn Wood Reports rporll IKX IKXAnil OO OOaII
Anil a aII II es C Slain Sllln After rfr Five ho nnyiFlfhtlna nnyiFlfhtlnafitnlal 001 JiIhtIn JiIhtInpcOaO Iclln Icllnpual
fitnlal Cable aW Deipntth ntpnlrllo to tt Tnis rnr SON SONMAMIA SUNIA U UMANIlA
MANIlA IA Nov SO OV 23 23Cion Cion < en Leonard Lonard Wood Woocjepjru WoodrpJ Woodreprti
jepjru i tint lit Ii command comprising comprlsinfIKO
rpJ two 110 battalions ImlLllonR of the Twentyeighth Inlan Inlantry Inlantn
try II < > m I < of tim Twentythird two troops trops o ocavalry of ofatry
cavalry rnl atry nndn and a i plnloon of Getleys battery batteryItniled bater tattoryMntkd
Itniled nt Slot SIft Lake 11 < Jolo Job on Nov No 12 fo foB for tora
B punilivo punii expedition expediton against tho Moron Moro o olliat of ofIllnt ofthat
that island islandThe isl8ntlTh lnnd
The 11 Th American lerln forco forr located the Moroa Moroapoflt Moro Moror1111 Morosr1ttkfl
poflt r1ttkfl i < n mid ll klllod killd thirty of thorn thor In outpost outposfkirnii outpst outpstfkirlhp outpostkrnilII
fkirnii fkirlhp r1111 krnilII > li On tho next nox day tho Amen Amerioins Amerln Amenrem
rem n who ho had boon teonforced leenforcd by thr thre threC0rnif1of three threettieTiiirtconth < H Hcorori10
corori10 C0rnif1of iheTlilrtoonth Infantry and t ttroop f ftrop a atroOP
Fourteenth under undoiMajor underMaJof underMajor
troop trop of tlio Jourtllmth Cavalry Cavlry
Major Hugh luh L I Scott attacked ntackNI a band bandunder bandulr bandundr
under ulr r the Moro lender ler HnBnn 1 a 1 I estimated estimatedto
to Ix 1 b > MflflMrong 4 1 strong t ron and all killed kiled fifty fiftyHawaii 1f fiftyIiasl
Hawaii la1 Mirremlorrd urrelloT1 and was placed plne In InfhaiRB Inthar liiehare
fhaiRB thar e of Major Scott ott but escaped escapedIn e8apo
In I IH llt > incurtlmo n1uItllo iiwur ttino Major Scott SQtt had ha been beenwounded bn bnInullJ beenWlUflttCd
wounded InullJ in both hands handslater hants hantsLt liarnislater
later Lt r on 01 inn 1 Itt il Americana AllrilU again alaln cncoun cncountfr encnn encnntmll encountend
tend tfr l lle 110 Moroa in Il a I mvamp Iwnmp and klllod klllodwvontysix klo killedntyix
wvontysix Ifntylx ntyix of them thfm On returning rturing to camp campthey campIhpv campthey
they killed Utd twenty more 10ro and scattered scatteredHassans scterd scterd18n scatteredIlavln4
Hassans 18n 8 forces forcs It Is possible that Hassan Hassanis HI HII
is I among IIn1 Ihn killed killedTlio Idied IdiledThe
The 1 total nuinlx nurlr > r of Mores killed ldle accord according acor according ¬
ing In to n len In Pfl Wood Woot was WO BOO 300Tho BOOFho
Tho ho Americans hal ho 1 only one officer ofcer and andfive ad ad11lprivtlIhly andfive
five 11lprivtlIhly private slightly wounded wounde No guns gun arc arcreported ao aorepolld arereported
reported to have IIVO been captured capturedThe cptured cpturedThl
The Thl American Ameral expedition ospdltfon is now bound boundfor boundfer boundicr
for the mountains where it is reported reportedl0i repre
l0i ltOn Moro are lre intrenched Iltrelche behind bhind fortifi fortification forlf fontificat ¬
cation cationVASUINOTOV cat ions
olow olowW
W VASUINOTOV SIISOTON sitaTo Nov ov 23 23MajorGen MajorGen ljorGen James JamesF
F aik1 d commanding comrlndlnj the Division of oktho ofthE ofIhc
tho thE Philippine Ihippiw8 has ha gone ono to Jolo Job to In Investigate Infslijote invstigate ¬
vestigate fslijote the tie ca call s of tho theoutbreak outbreak there thereand thereld thereflIi
and ld I I < direct the operations operations personally persnaly if ifnecessary I ifneeesary
necessary necessaryThin ne15rr ne15rrTil neeesaryFiI
Thin Til FiI is I the first frst time that the authorities authoritieshave luthortlel authoritieshave
have experienced eXferlpnrd any serious rous trouble with withthe withthe Ith Iththe
the Jolo Job or Sulu Moros AH Al other Moro Moroout Moraoutlmoks Moroouthrraks
out outlmoks brinks have occurred occurd In Mindanao Midarao a amuch amich arnticli
much mich larger Ilrger Island 1 llnd ninety miles mll north of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Sulu archipelago arcJr lg0 Peace Peac among tlio tlioBulu tle tleBuil thoSuhti
Bulu Buil Mores ors was Wi largely llrely due to the friendly friendlyattitude trndly trndlyatllp friendlyattltutle
attitude atllp of the American officers ofcer who have havebeen hve hveen haveiseri
been en In command at Jolo Job and not until untilrecently unti untilrrcenthy
recently rlntly was there ther any Indication Indicton of disaf disaffection dl8f dl8ftlctlon disaffctlon ¬
fection among tho natives nativesTho natlsThe nativesThe
The following tol owng telegram telegaln dated dtd Manila ManilaNov Mnia ManilaNov
Nov ov 33 2 was received rcived at the War Depart Department Depar DepartInclit ¬
ment Illt to day dayMajorGen dayIajorGen dayMajorCen
MajorGen Leonard Lnard Wood reports reprts land landed landI handed ¬
ed I Nov 12 Hlet Lake Jolo Job three thre battalions battalionsInfantry bttlons bttlonsIrantr battalionsiranty
Infantry Irantr platoon platon artillery artlery two troops trop cav cavalry cavaly cavaIry ¬
aIry aly detachment detahmont engineers enginer Firing FIrng during duringthe durng durngIhtdy duringthe
the Ihtdy day Three Tre companies comple Infantry platoon platoonartillery platn platnarier platoonorthllory
artillery arier troop of cavalry calr Joined joied 13th All Alladvanced Al Aladvanced Alladvanced
advanced against aglnt Hassans Wns Cotta Ctt Mores Mor Mortlmate es estimated estirnated ¬
timated 2000 20 flanked fonke out and driven drven Has Haspens Hun HasInn
tlmate south ut coast attacked attackedNo attackedNov
pens Inn n s position swamp rp oot ooas attke
No Nov l psition te Mbr6iarIVen O WveD out out Nov 18 11 1 Has Hasnotis H HIns Baasati I
notis Ins sati forces fozc literally ltraly destroyed detry Major MajorHugh Mjor MjorHugh MajorHugh
Hugh L Scott Stt and ad five fve privates prvte slightly slightlywounded slightlywounded lhtly lhtlywOWde
wounded wOWde No one on killed kle Moro hose 10 800 800killed 8 OO OOkilled
killed kile proportionate prprtonato number numbr wounded woundedMores wounde woundedMoros
Mores Mors positions pitol taken considered coniderd impreg impregnable Imprgnable inipregnable ¬
nable by them thlm Further movement movement con contemplated cn cnlemplated contempiated ¬
templated Indications Indic tlon no extensive up upriHinp up uprising
rising rilin In II any case CISt no difficulty difculty handling handlingsituation handn handlingsituatIon
situation Ituaton SIVTPSON SIVTPSONIn Sr oN oNIn
In the absence absnce of the Division Divsion Com Commander Commnndlr Cornrnancier ¬
mander manderIt mnndlr mnndlrIt
It was a before bfore the receipt rcip of this thll despatch despatchBt depob depobII
Bt II Manila Ianla that MajorGen Wade con considered conIcerd contcIered ¬
sidered Icerd it necessary nCCtr to go to the scene son of the thedltilurbinco theII thedisturbance
disturbance II turb1co and make an Investigation InvestigationH InvNtgatlon InvNtgatlonI
H is that he will take ¬
I not Improbable Improbble wi com command command cornmend
mand of the troops trop It ho finds fnds it necessary necessaryto nef8ay nef8ayto
to have a more mor aggressive aggrelvo campaign cmpig con conducted condlcted condueted ¬
ducted dlcted According ooording to official ofc1 here Qen QenWade GenWade QenWade
Wade is i very ver probably now on the te Island Islandof Islnd IslndDt
of Jolo 010 as 1 It is I little ltte more mor than thn COO miles mtleafrom mie milesfrom
from Manila Ianll and he left several severl days daysago daysego
ago agoWhile While llle hile the Information Intorton from frm Gen Wood Woodhas Woodhas
has indicated indicte that he contemplated ontemp1 a move movement movemenl moveruent ¬
ment against Igalnt the Sulu Moros officers ofc of the thearmy theany thearmy
army any who ho have had ho experience eXpienc In i the Moro Morocountry Monocountry
of tho thotrouble thotruble thetrouble
country CoUnlr are surprised surr at the reports reprs
trouble truble During the te entire entre time tme that tht the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States State havo owned owo the Phlllpplnefl Phlllpplneflthe Plppie
the inhabitants inhabiants of the Sulu group grup have havegiven hve hvegen havegiven
given very little ltle trouble truble and Gen Davis Daviswho Dav Daviswho
who gen ho commanded commande the military mltry forces for of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the southern lutern islands lnd a year yer ago ag reported reportedto rpr
to the War Department Deprment that tht the occasions occasionsduring ocions ocionsd1rij occasionsdining
during d1rij the year when troops trp were required requiredfor reui
for any Iny aggressive aggelv purpose pu in i the Bulu BuluIslands Buluslndi Buluislands
Islands slndi were very few He explained exple that thatthe tht thttbe thatthe
the Sultan Sula of Sulu and1 adhl andhls his socalled sle vassals vassalsclashed V1 vassalsclashed
clashed case occasionally oconay but bt that tat did dd not mean meanany meanany meanany
any hostility hOltlty toward towar the United Unte States Statesforces Stte Btat Btatforces
forces forcesOn forcMO forceslen
On O n Davis Dav found foud fault with wth our treaty treatywith trey treylh treatyelth
with lh the Sultan Bultn of Suhi Sul and ad recommended recommendedthat
that It be b abrogated abrogate He thought this thiscould thisculd thiscould
could culd be b done without wihout any ay trouble trublo and andeiplalned andexpllned andelpiajoed
eiplalned expllned the transfer trlerby by the Sultan to t the theBritish theBrtih theBritish
British Brtih of title tte to t the Island Iland of Borneo BorneoGen Bre BorneoGen
Gen Davis Dav said saidIt sid saIdIt
It 11 IB 1 suggested sugget that tht through thi such ces cession c ceeslon ¬
lIon for a small mal yearly yely payment pyet the Moro Morooverlord Mor Mornoreriord
overlord o rlord could culd be b induced induce to t retire reti and andfenvn andI andleave
leave I nn tho United Unie States State to deal del with the theMoros theIor theMoms
Moms Ior In such a I manner mnner as 1 might mght seem seemst sm smadapte seembct
bct st adapted adapte to servo eere the purposes pur of tho thoInlted tholnid thelflhtei
Inlted lnid States Stte in Moro Mor lands lnd and which whic la launderstood I Isunderstood
understood Inderilood to bo to civilize clvlleteihabltntl clvlleteihabltntland the inhabitants inhabitantsand
and develop the country cuntr to t abolish abUh piracy piracyslavery plIY plIYIawr piracyslavcry
slavery Iawr and all of which
polygamy plygamy al are now nowpractised nowrracteed now1racieed
practised rracteed in the Sulu Bululalandsorwatere islands Ilad or waters at to toestablish t tostab1jsh
establish Mnbl h schools Rchool for the education euction of r the theMcro theIr theMi
Mcro Mi Ir r ro < youth outh and to t turn tur his hi bloody blody spears spearsnrl spelnnc spears spearsnod
nnc nod Industry tnrl nrl krwes kne kn tr trIt and campllans campl1 into Int utensils utenU of ofIndustry oftnrl oftfltlflstry
It was a a part of the general policy of the theAdministration theAdminitraton theAdmibtratIon
Administration Adminitraton pr In dealing delng with 1lth flcy the Moro Moropeoples MoroJ1eples MonoeOples
J1eples peoples to remove that country cuntry from the thetad theuri6iclon theJurledintion
Jurledintion uri6iclon of the Philippine CmlMlon CmlMlonInd Commission Commissionsod
tad Ind civil civi government goenment Pllpplne and place plac it under underthe undert underthe
the t Ie command commnd of a military mltay officer olo with withspecial withrill withPeciah
special rill powers to inaugurate a particular particularform
per Inugrate pricular pricularorm
form orm of government and carry out the theat
governent ory
Idel ideas 0 of refor relorm and eduction education Gen Wood Woodwa
wa at a sclented elere for this th particular work and andin andI
in I RolnRto Ioln going 10 the Philippine Phllppine prlclr visited vsit many my
of o the European colonial possession 8101 In In111e intile
1 111e tile e hast asL Europan to study colonil their respective repectvo forms formsRovernment formsof
° of < Rovernment Iovernment governme In Mindanao MJndano the work workpi workof ork orkrl
pi rl of tho t military mitary had hd practically praclclv subdued subdueddlcatinns subue subduedthe
the e Ioro and Gen Wood found no in Inof
dlcatinns arrived arrivedSeveral dictons 10 of trouble on Woo this thi line lne when he hearrived hejPvptal
Several ppral weeks wfkl ago he determined detenlne to toRat toand
kad and a mllary military expdltlon on the Iland island of ofu ofulu
u ulu u Jolo Job the eXplllon capiol capital ciy city WI was already
Ople ccup1ed 1 by a mliar military toro force and a lele teherapfl teherapfl5atIn rph rphratlnn
Rat ratlnn 5atIn Inn connected conlCI d the ile tue Island with wih Zam Zamm 7amOana
Ionnla Oana on Mindanan lndlnao The lAnding 01 the the7r thePxtm
7r Pxtm m force 101 ft w WIS n not kindly klndl looked looke upon upn by byreopH
Jolo loroR and they tr fired upon the therep thercnp
rep as they Iley the came ashore hoN This Thi was wn the thenow thetOtPflhtig
tOtPflhtig or Ihl the present dltuhancc dIsturbance and andIlul andcow
now tliiit Ilul there 111t1 has hn prfnt l been ln > t > n a conflict conflt the offl offlrnTL offir
rnTL 1 r lfro T who havl have wvu had experience In tho thonlippine
nlippine rlilpplno believe Imlov that the uprising will willlend wl willfrI
1 irl lend frI to the other islands and uprttng perhaps be belouowed bet
t louowed 0 0 owed t by more mor trouble truble In andjerhape Mindanao Mdanao
MAY 1A1 WHITEWASH IITEA 1 GEN O N WOOD WOODSenator 0001Senator OOJJ OOJJlfnotor
Senator lfnotor Ilanna lanna Will lhh 1 Therefore Fight Icht the theGenerals thr theGenerals
Grufrall Generals Promotion Iroliolon In the tie Senate SenateWASHINOTON Srnltl SrnltlWABINGTON SenateWASInNOTON
WASHINOTON WABINGTON Nov 73 3flft3 Tho 110 attitude attitudeof otttude otttudeof
of the Senate Committee en n Military Mllary Affairs Affairsin Afair Affairsin
in restricting retrlctnp witnesses wlneMe to the strictest strictestrules Itrlctest Itrlctestrle strictestrules
rules rle of evidence and ruling nilng out much mat matter mt mttor matter ¬
ter bearing brlnl directly directy upon upn Gen Ion Leonard LeonardWoods Lnrd LnrdWoodl LeonardSoods
Woods Woodl nomination nominal Ion for promotion promoton has hasconvinced hal halonvlnce liesconvinced
convinced onvlnce Senator onator Hanna and other friends friendsof frlendl frlendlat
of Major E G Rathbono Rathbno that a 1 majority majorityof
of tho committee commite has hl already alredy reached reache a de determination deterinaton dotermination ¬
termination terinaton to whitewash whlowlh Gen Wood WoodQuestions Woo WoodQuestiors
Questions QUttors propounded propunde by Gen Woods Woodsfriends Woodsfriends Woodsfriends
friends on the committee cmmltf show Ihow conclusively conclusivelythat cnclusively cnclusivelythat
that they have prejudged the case co and do donot donot Innot
not Intend to permit any an person peron crson to make a acao acafO aease
ease against npalnt Gen len Wood WoodMr WoodMr SooclMr
Mr Hanna will wi accordingly acordingly bring the thematter thomatter thematter
matter up In the Senate mlte and a bitter fight fightagainst fgl fightagainst
against Ilalnst Gen Woods continuation conlrmatlon is sure sureto Bureto euieto
to result rsult unless Inless Woods Wood Innocence Innocnc of the thecharges thechargos thechargos
chargos brought against him by Major MajorRathbono MajorRthbono MajorRnthbono
Rathbono Rthbono Is I conclusively cnoluslvely shown shownH shownI
H I is I probable probble that Mr 1r Ilanna lannn will do demand domand domend ¬
mand tho appointment appintment of a special spcial com committee commlt cornmittee ¬
mittee mlt to go 10 gotocubaand to Cuba and investigate Invettgato on tho theground thogrund thoground
ground grund the charges filed fed by Major Rath Rathbone Rth Rthbone ilatlibone
bone which the Committee on Military MilitaryAffairs Mitry MitryAJllr MilitaryAffairs
Affairs AJllr refuses rfus to investigate investigateThe InvestigateTo
The To commltteo cmmitteo has ha declined dtIUne to subpoena subpoenacertain subpna subpnacrtain subjxanacertain
certain crtain witnesses wlnee against alalnst Gen Wood Woo among amongthem amongthem amongthem
them being Alexis E Fryo Fre former rorer Super Superintendent Supr SuprIntendent SuperIntendont ¬
intendent of Public Publo Instruction lntrctol In Cuba CubaE Cub
E P Thompson Thompn of Indianapolis Indinapls the first firstpostmaster frt frtpstmster firstpostmaster
postmaster pstmster at Havana lavana under American Americanrule Americn Americnrle Americanrule
rule rle Is II another anothlr witness wltne desired d lre by Major MajorRathbono MajorRthbne MajorRathbono
Rthbne Rathbono but the committee cmmto has not yet yetsubprenaed yetsuhpnmle yetsuhptinaed
subprenaed suhpnmle him himTlio himTho himThe
The committee committe this thi morning mornng resumed resumedits reume
its the Gen GenWood OenWood ClanWood
It hearing horlng on charges charge against againt
Wood the first frt witness being bing Capt Cpt W J JBardon JBarden JBardon
Bardon Corps Crps of Engineers Enginer Capt Barden Bardenhad Bardenhad Bardenhad
had charge of the engineering accounts accountsunder acunt accountsunder
under undlr Gen Oen Woods Woos administration adminitrton as 1 Mili Military Ml Mliitary ¬
tary tar Governor of Cuba Cb and was called caled to torefute torerute torefute
refute allegations allgatlol that tht Gen Woods rela relatives relatn reIntives ¬
tives tn had received reolo valuable concessions concessionsduring conc conccsslonsduring slons slonsdurng
during durng his hi term of office ofc Ho testified teetfe that thatno thatno thatno
no concessions conc8loM or privileges privieges had been beengranted bn bngrant beengranted
granted grant as 1 alleged allegedBLOCKED alegt alegtBLOCKED allegedBLOCKED
BLOCKED ttr TURKEY TtlKEY THAWS THAWSThanksgtvlnc TRAI TRAIThanklvlnE TRAISThsnkstlng
Thanksgtvlnc ThanklvlnE Shipments fhlpmrnll Tie Te Ip tp Traffic on onthe onIhe onthe
the Pennsylvania Penllnnla Railroad RailroadALTOONA KaUrodALTOON RailroadALrooNa
ALTOONA Pa Nov 23 23Acrdlng 23AccordIng According to tostatements tostatement tostatements
statements made mde by officials ofcials of tho Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvani Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania sylvani Railroad Riroa turkeys caused cud a I serious seriousblockade seriousblokado seriousblockade
blockade blokado on tho middle division diviio of tho thoPennsylvania thoPfnnrlvlnla thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pfnnrlvlnla Railroad Halroad just after at r midnight midnightthis midnigh midnightthis
this morning moring and ns a 0 result r ult hundreds hundres of oftravellers ottra oftravellers
tra travellers velen from the West Wtt scheduled to arrive arriveIn arrl vo voIn
In Philadelphia Phldelphla at 6 oclock in the morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing did not reach renh their destination detlnatlon until untiltwo unti untiltwo
two and three tbn hours hou later laterThe latr latrThe laterThe
The blockade blokde was Wi caused cau so the rail rallrood rai railroad
rood ro men say ey by b Western Weter dealers dealer sending sendingto sendingt
to t the East Et the largest lget shipments shlpent of turkeys turkeysin tukeys I
in I years year Scores BrC of fast freight rrlght oars o laden ladenwith ladenwU ladenwith
with wU Thanksgiving Tglvn bird bid were wr strung strg out outalong outalong
aln along < the Pennsylvaniamain Pnnlylvan maln line ie oast o of ofthis ofthis r rth I
this city blocking the Chicago Limited Limitedthe Limitedthe
th cty blockg Cicg I
the LePlttburg Plttaburg Express Eprs and other through throughtrains thrugh thrughtrin throughtrains
trains trin As Al rapidly rpidly as possible pslble the turkey turkeytrain turkeytrin turkeytrains
train trin were shifted shlt to t sidings sldlng and by 8 8oclock I Ioclok 8oclock
oclock oclok announcement Innourment was n made of the theremoval therov1 theremoval
removal rov1 of the blockade blockadeGETS blokad blokadDETS blockadeGETS
GETS 310000 1000 ton DEATH CHAIR CHAIRE
E F Davis Da11 Belli 8fl SeUlnthette tn tl the State ft ate Ills 11 Dcrloe Dcrloefor DCee DCeeror Deviocfor
for Killing HiinI Murderers MnrdererALBANY MurderersALBANY Unrrrfr UnrrrfrL
ALBANY L Nov 23 2E 23E EFDavis F Dav Davis who since sincethe sincethe
the electric eletro chair char was I Installed instle in this th State Statein Stte StteIn Slatein
in 1880 leG has h shocked shocke over seventy Bventy murderers murderersto muerr
to death deth ha ha consented cnnte to t sell sel to the State Statehis Stt Statehis
hi his patents ptents and electric olerc device devc for killing killingmurderers klnl killingmurderers
murderers murderr and ad to instruct IJtrc an officer ofor at each eachof ech echot eachof
of the State Stt prisons proM in the use UI of the ap apparatus apparatus ¬
paratus paratusThe partus paratusThe
The Legislature Lgltur appropriated approprite two years yearsago year yearago yearsago
ago 110000 1100 to t enable enble the State Stte Superin Superintendent Bupr Supenintendent ¬
tendent of Prisons Pn to purchase pua Daviss Davissdevice Davis Davisdevic Davissdevice
device devic but he declined delne to fell kl outright outrightthough outrightthough outrightthough
though he agreed to permit prt the State Stte to touse toue touse
use ue it and a to t ag instruct Intrct prison pron officers ofcr ocers in i its itsuse itsuse Itsuse
use for the sum Rm named namedDavis nome namedDavis
Davis Davs is somewhat of a raTer and ad the theprison theprson theprison
prison prson officers ofcr have hve been bn anxious axou aa I the thoday tbeday theday
day for each death sentence fnlenc approached approachedfearing approahe approachedfearing
fearing fering that tht Davis Davi would fall fal to appear appearNow appr apprNow appearNow
Now Supt Collins Coli has h persuaded pruado Davis Davi to toaccept t toaccept
accept aCpt 10000 100 for his hi patents patentl and the te next nextLegislature nxt nextLegislature
Legislature LgMatur will wi be b asked Ike to make me another anotherappropriation anotherapproprition anotherappropriation
appropriation approprition for their purchase purchaseWAS purchlo purchloWAS purchaseWAS
WAS MAY BRYANS BODY BODYWhich BODYloh ROLI ROLIWhich
Which loh Was W Found on the Steamer 8ttamr Adiron Adirondack AdIrondackAn AdirondickAn ¬
dack dackAn An Artist Artlt of This Tll city cityALBANY CI CityALuawT
ALBANY ALB Nov 23 23The The body boy of the te woman womanwhich womn womnwblc womanwhich
which wblc was wa found in I a I stateroom sttm on the thesteamer te teeter thesteamer
eter steamer Adirondack Adirondc when it arrived arive here hereearly hereely hereearly
early ely last It Saturday Sturay morning momig from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city cty was W8 Identified Idetfe this ti afternoon afternoonas aftroon aftroontt
as that tt of Miss MI May 11IY Bryan Bran daughter of ofW orW ofW
W J Bryan Bran of Seventh Soveth avenue New York YorkHer YorkHer YorkHer
Her father fater and sister slite made mae the identifica identification Identfo identifloaUon ¬
Uon tionMlsa UonMl Miss Ml Bryan Br was wa born bor in this ti city cty 43 43years 43yer 43years
years yer ago She was w a graduate gaut of ofVoesar ofVISr ofVassar
Vassar VISr College Colege and bad hd studied studie at at tho thoMetropolitan thoMetropolt theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Metropolt Museum Mue of Art With her hersister hersltor hersister
sister sltor she conducted cnduct a studio in New York YorkShe YorkBhe YorkShe
She had hd been bon in I ill 1 health helh for some tlmo tlmoand tlmoand timeand
and had used uo chloral clorl to produce prouc Bleep BleepIt fleepI
It I is supposed suppose on retiring retiing Friday night she shetook Ihe Ihetok shetook
took an overdose overdoseMr
tok overose overoseMr
Mr Bryan Dra said sld tonight to niglt that his daugh daughters daughtrl doughters ¬
ters trl body boy would bo cremated at Troy Tro to tomorrow tomorow tomorrow ¬
morrow morow in accordance accrdanoe with her own wish wishMr wishMr wishMr
Mr Bryan Brnn who is I a retired reti business buslnfP man manfrom mAnfrom manfrom
from Albany came cme hero two years er ago and andtook andtok andtook
with his daughters at 23 Seventh Seventhavenue Seventhavenue
took rooms wit hi daughter Sventh Sventhavenue
avenue tok rm Miss Mi May MIY Bryan Brya went to Albany Albanyon AlbanyonFnidaynight
on onFnidaynight Friday Frday night nightMr nightMr
Mr Bryan Bran left for Albany yesterday yesterdaymorning Y yostrdaymorning
rY rYmorning
morning in response repone to a telegram telegrm from fromthat frm frmtt fromthat
that tt city cityJoirph cly clyJOlfph cityJoaeph
Joirph W Optra O n to Live In Fifth Firh Avenue AvenueJoseph Arnut ArnutJosph AcnueJoseph
Joseph Josph W Ogdon has hl leased leaed tho house houseat houeat houseat
at 668 6B Fifth Fith avenue belonging to Mrs MrsSusan MrsSusan r
Susan BWn O Main It I Is II an old fashioned fashionedhigh fashionedhigh fashknedhigh
high stoop stp house hous houseadjoining adjoining the I he William Wilam K KVandorbllt KVanderbit KVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Vanderbit residence rsldent at tho northwest northwestcorner norhwest norhwestcrner northavestcorner
corner crner of Fiftysecond Fltsend street stret Tlio 11e beau leiiaowas lensowa beauwas
was wa made through tho McVIckar Realty RealtyTrust Raly RalyTrst BealtyTrust
Trust Trst Company CompanyJefferson Compa CompaJffenon CompanyJefferson
Jffenon Jefferson Sellcman S Irmn Operated Opralt On OnA OnA OnA
A elight 51ht lIht operation oprtll was wa performed prtormed upon uponJefferson uponJefferson pn pnJeteon
Jefferson Jeteon Seligmail 81jall the banker yesterday yesterdayat esterIY esterIYat
at his home 11 I feast ast t Sixtyninth Sixyninth street streetMr sttt stttMr streetMr
Mr Scllcrnan Slgmln will I bo bf o out In n I few days daysNew daRNtw daysTcw
New Ntw M Night ht EiprrA Eipre to o Pltubarg PltbarJ rU Ia Penn Ptnnijlnn Ptnn Ptnn1han Pennsylvan4
ijlnn sylvan4 Railroad RailroadWith nalroad nalroadWUh RailroadVtth
With the central tntnl enerat cbilro c11lC clii ire of time lme November Novemberthe otmbr otmbrtht 9 9the
the Icnnsylvanln lvanl Hallr ad d Company will 1 Inaug Inaugurate InUIral Insugutahi ¬
tht Icnl Halr Cmny
urate ral a new rut expiM up train ihe llttabure llttabureKiifrUI 1 IltuturrspecIal Iburi
specIal SIalltIU1nr leavinc Wr eat t Wrd St I Station New Nt Vort Vort8M ork orkI rk rkgO
gO 8M P I M dallr Cortlandt and Ilaton pMbrousfS 1bl IebrOi3e IebrOi3eioe Sl Slloon I
dal Crladt
I loon I1 I M errtvlnr ntuibunr P 1iXi A M Tin TinIrln Thl Thltran Thistrain
train 1 will tIl I be ur1nr equipped 11burl with 1th M laDdar tndard nd rd veitlbulr veitlbulrcoacbu vstibuieCoaChe3 Nlbule Nlbuleeacbea
coacbu tran 11 Pullman b drawtmroom sleepier leeplnccart leeplnccartand tplne nr des desand
eacbea Pulman drawoCfm
ad and a dlnlnt dlnr c ca car r AIOQ Allow to Pltuburj PluburcA4 pttsbutg4di At
ROOSEVELT SENDS FOR ODELL ODELLI
I DONT lJT KXOW X0I WHY SAYS SAJS TiltGOVERNOR Tilt TIUGOBlWJ TIlECOEEIfXOR
GOVERNOR GOBlWJ RUT IIT HE GOES GOESWas GOEa GOESs1
Was a s1 Conferring With 111 flack lek Urackctl Urackctlanil Iraeket IraeketInt llraekettanti
anti Int Payn la1I PaynIts Its Payn Who 10 Bay 8a noose nooseveil Rooletl nooseeIt
veil tl eIt Cant ant Carry Cnrr lrr New SlW eW York orkHort Sort ol olAlhnny orAilon ofAhlinny
Alhnny Ailon Dental of Affront Afront to Platt Plat Made MartrGov MadefThv Iadr IadrGov
Gov Odell Odel come down from trm Albany Albanylast Albanylast Albanylast
last night unexpectedly and put up for an anhour anhour anhour
hour or two at the Metropolitan Metropola Club He Hewas HeWI Hewas
was WI accompanied on his way ay down by ex exGov exGov exCoy
Gov Frank S Black Back and Louis Lull F Payn PaynThe PaynI PaynThu
I The ht Governor said sld that ho was as on hisway hiswayto his WiY WiYto way wayto
to Washington WOhington and would loavoat Ipavo at midnight midnightthat mdnight mdnightthat midnightthat
that President Roosevelt had telegraphed telegraphedhim telegrphed telegrphedhim
him desiring hi hil his prudence prulnce at lt the capital capitalWhen caplul caplulWhen capitalWhen
When the Presidents telegram lele rm was WI re reI received rocoived
I ceived by tho tim Governor at Albany the theGovernor theI theGovernor
I Governor Goveror was in conference with wih Senator SenatorEdgar SenatorEdjlr SenatorEdgar
Edgar Edjlr T r Brackott Brckelt of Saratoga Sratoga Springs SpringsMr
Mr fr Black and Mr Iayn PaynGov IaynGov IaynCloy
Gov Odell Odel said sid that ho did not know knowwhy knowwhy knowwhy
why President Presldlnt Roosevelt RooRvelt desired to sec sechim 10 seehim
him Ills I friends said Ed that tho President Presidenthad Preident Preidenthnd Presidenthad
had sent fnt him an urgent Invitation Inviaton to come cometo cometo cometo
to Washington WlhlnAtn for tho purpose purpol of discussing discussingtho dicssing dicssingtho
tho political pltcal situation In the State of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York The Governor will wl dine with Presi President President President ¬
dent Roosevelt Rotevelt tonight at the White WhiteHouse WhltoHouse WhitoHouse
House HouseTho HouseThe HouseThe
The Albany Evening Elcning Journal Joural edited edite by byWilliam byWllum byWilliam
William Wllum Barnes Jr the great friend of Gov GovOdell GovOdel CoyOdeli
Odell Odel bad an article artcle last IMt night njht which after aftertolling afer afertng aftertelling
tolling tng of the Governors visit vL1 to t tho Repub Republican Republcn Bepubilcan ¬
lican lcn Club lost lat week and his conferences conferenceswith conferenceswith
with Republican Rpublcn Assembly district ditrit leaders in inNew InNew inNew
New York city cty said saidIt sld sldIt saidIt
It Is true that at the Republican Repnblcnn Club th thGovernor tM tMGoeror theGovernor
Governor Goeror consulted with Republican ltpublcn Assem Assembly ABsemhI Assemblr ¬
bly hI district leaders of the boroughs of Man Manhattan Manhnlan Manhattan ¬
hattan hnlan and Tho Dronx regarding relardloI their work workduring workduring workduring
during the recent campaign campall and their plans planfor plansfor plansfor
for the future that tho party part might be In Inbetter Inbler inbetter
better bler shape for the great grlat contest cnlest which whih will willbo wl willI
I bo b waged wOlld next year to prevent the Govern Government Govtr GovernI ¬
I I ment of the United States 81atl1 from falling loIni Into IntoI tlto tltoI Intothe
I I tho hands of tho Democratic Demorlte party pnrt It will willbe wl willbe
I be recalled rcale that the Governor was wal chairman chalrmnnof
of the Republican Hepuhlenn State committee commitee during duringthe durlniIhe duringthe
I the campaigns of 1898 189 1S99 and 1800 190 and that thathe thsthe thathe
he had been chairman of the executive executve com committee eommllee coinmittee ¬
mittee mllee from 1891 18D until Inm 1809 His Is knowledge knowledgeof
of political pollcnl conditions coudltons in the city of otNew New York Yorkis YorkII
is II said to be equal flunt to if not better beler than that thatof thatot thatof
of any other Republican nepublcan In the State StateMr Stalelr StateMr
Mr lr heroes goes g011 on In his newspaper newspaperto newBrpr
to deny denyThat leny lenyI denyThat
That Thlt the tie Governor Oovtrnor was wa dabbling dabblns In tho thopolitics thepollcs thopolitics
I politics of the city cll of Now York for the per puriioon plr plri
iioon pollcs 1050 A of establishing f tnblshtlg lines lnes which would ould result resultIn
i In IO o the overthrow oprilrow of Senator tlnlor Platt as al State StatelAicler Stnlrlcr Suiteliniler
lAicler rlcr Ht the rext Iext Republican Republcan State conven convention COIn COInlon coaventlout ¬
tion Tie Tlo close friends of tho Governor Oovernorhere Ooverlor OoverlorI GovernorI
I lon here hr disclaim elcaim any such Ilch Intention Inllnlon on the part partof partof partof
of the Executive Executve but do admit admi that he takes takesan toklf tnkcan
an acute OCII acut interest Intlrpst In tho welfare wtnro of the party partybelow partylelO partybelow
I below lelO The Tle llronx Ironx us lS nearly nenrl every 11r Republican RepublicanIn n ublcan ublcanIn
In the th Stnte now does ors realizing rfdzlng that the t o situa situation sttuation ¬
tion ns I It exists mcsU In that Imt part plrt of the State Hllie Is tho thoonly thoI theonly
I only 101 onl menace to a Republican Hoputlcln victory lor next nextfall DtxtI nextfall
fall
fallMr fII
I Mr Barnes Barel adds addsThe addThe addsThe
The story that thlt he had declined dedlnP at the last lastmoment 111 Itmoment
moment to dine die with wih Senator Platt Is a pure purefubijcntion purernbllcaton purefabiication
fubijcntion as the Governor GOIeror had Informed Infonnrdthe Inrorrd Inrorrdthe Informedtho
the rnbllcaton Senator Bnllor on Friday Frl ay that he did not tblnU tblnUIt thll thii thiiIt
the It t possible pssible for him hi to accept acceptMr acopt acoptMr acceptMr
Mr Darned Barel closes col with withThere wl withThere h
There ja Is a difference dlerence between betwCa Senator SenatorPlfUt SenalorPltlt SenatorPlntt
PlfUt Pltlt and Got Go Odell Odel but that difference differencedoes dlerenco dlerencodoe dttTerencodoes
does doe not mean an alignment of factions factionsThe factionsbo
The he great majority majoriy of 0 the Republicans HepublC rnctonf s In the theInterior theInterior
Interior rfQr counties of this thlf state recognize reco be the theability theabiity theability
ability abiity 1 < which counlel Senator Platt has h shown In the themanagement themanagement themanagement
management of the affairs alatrs of the party paty for forto rorthe forthe
the last len years They pay a JIet Jqet trIbute trIbuteto
to the Indelatgable lniefetIgable labor which be hM given givento n nto
to the party machinery and to tho solidarity solidaritywhich aoldarlty aoldarltywhich soiidariiywhich Iv
which thn party Plty organization orgal7ton has h shown shownfor shownfor shownfor
for a number of years They recognize rlcoglzo also alsothat II alsothat o othnt
that when whlu chairman ohalrma of the State committee committeetho commitE
tho Governor was largely Itrlely responsible rpponsibl for the thnefficiency thoI theeftlclency
efficiency e lclency of the State organization orllulzaton and of ofthn 01thA ofthe
I the county organizations orlanlztons attendant atlndlnt upon UPOI It ItThey I itThey
They also alo realize Halze that humanity humall in i frail frailanil trai frailanti
I anti that thlt It makes mlhtakea mllakM In 11 recommend recommending recommend recommendleg l ¬
leg to Senator HannR IMnR the thl chairman of the thenational theI thenational I
national Ill committee ommll M ilr Ir r George Oeorll R Sheldon Sheldonfor I Ifor Ifor
for national committeeman cmmltPman Senator Selltor Platt Plattacted Jlat Plattacted
I acted natona without consultatIon onsultaUon with wlb any of the thelocal thelocat thelocal
ace local leaders Ilnd wihout rs or the Governor Govlror That It ittiriwlee waa waaunwise wal
unwise for him to do so especially Ipecaly In view Iew of ofnot ofIhe ofthe
the occurrences lt at the 1a8t Stte State convtnUon convtnUonnot convention conventionnot
not OCCrrlnl8 many politicians poltiian will deny dtny but that thl it itwill itwill
will become becme a 5 capus 81118 brill btlto to disrupt the Repub Republican Republcan Republican ¬
lican 1 organIzatIon orllnlzston in I this State Stle Is I absurd absurdWe
I lcan We ae are r all Interested tnlerestP In th the success sncce f of the theRepublican theI
I Republican 11 national o tonal and lud State tickets toket next nextfull next nextfall
Rerublcn full til We are lre Interested IDlerftld no matter mater who tho thocandidates thoelndldate9 thecandidates
I candidates elndldate9 may ma be We Va believe beleve that Repub Republicanism He Republicanism pub pubICnllm ¬
licanism la greater and of more value to the theexperienced thepeoplo thepeople
ICnllm people of I this State and thi this countT country than thanany thanany
peoplo any Indlylduili ndlvldull ths In thl the party We know that thatboth thatboth
both thl the Senittor and tho Goveror Governor are too tooexperlen tooexperienced
experienced experlen Snator and too wise to t embroil tmbrol them themselves th themselves m msehel ¬
selves sehel and their friends trl IIR In any controversy controversywhich cn controversywhich trover
which would compel nn alignment algment Into fac factions tacton fections ¬
tions Such a catastrophe catJtrophe might split spl the theparty theDar theparty
party ton Dar for a 1 decade The present lNent unpleasant unpleasantness unplllsnnt unpleasantness ¬
ness may serve An excellent excl nt purpose In molt making muki moltma ¬
nCs ing those men who are responsible reaponlible for party partymore purtFuniy partyunity
unity i moro dilcreet discreet more Ihoulhtful thoughtful and andmore andmore
uniy more charitable charitableTHE charitble charitbleTiE charitableTine
THE TiE BUN repeats npet its statement Itltement printed printedSunday prnle printedSunday
Sunday morning moring concerning concring the dinner dinnerengagement dinnerengagemet dinnerengagement
engagement engagemet of Gov Odell Odel with lh Senator SenatorPlatt SfnatorPlatt SenatorPlatt
evening eveningAt Platt at the Fifth Fith Avenue Hotel Saturday Saturdayevening Sturay Sturayevening Saturdayevening
At e oclock oflock Major Harrison K Bird lrd the theGovernors thl theGovernor
Governor s military secretary alrretaT came down downfrom downfrom own ownrrm
from Gov Odell Odel mitary ut lt the Hotel 1DI1 Netherlnndond Netherlnndondformally Netberland and andlormaly andformally
formally rrm notified notfed Senator Platt Plat that tho Gov Governor 001lror Uo Uoernor ¬
ernor lormaly could not keep his hl engagement lngaeement inca Inaamuoh incamuoh ai
lror muoh as IS Mrs Odell Odel had made an engagement engagementfor enlslempnt enlslempntror
for him of which he the Governor overnor was en entirely entrely entlrely ¬
tirely unaware when ho mano made the engage engagement engagetrout ¬
nal
trout trely eut to dine die with wih Senator Bnatr and Mrs Mn Platt at atthe atthe atthe
the Fifth Firh Avenue Hotel last night nightConcerning nlehtConcring nIghtConcernin
Concerning Concring the appointment appintment of George Georgethat Gorge GorgeR GeorgeR
R Sheldon TiE Tile SUN I is In plton position 10 87 87that saythat
that Gov Odells attitude atttude in this thi matter mater is isdictated 18 18dictated isdictated
dictated by a fancied rancio personal Jenonal grievance grievancewhich grevane8 grevane8which grievancewhich
which has no foundation toundaton in fact Gov GovOdells IsvOdells ov ovOdels
Odells friends admit that his hi antagonism antagonismto
to Odels Mr Sheldon Sheldondid did not notproceed proceed prcf from politics politicsMr pltc politicsMr
Mr Payn said last lalt night at tho Holland HollandHouse Hollnd HollndHouse HollandHouso
House l that he wished whed to reiterate reiterate a state statement slntement stateenent ¬
ment that he has hl frequently trequenty made of late lateto lateto lateto
to wit If Roosevelt Ilofevelt is nominated for forPresident forPreident forPresident
I
President Preident next year yer he will wi lose tho State of ofNow ofNow ofNow
nex
Now York by I3 100000 10IO plurality pluralityMany pllralty pllraltyI pluralityMany
Many Republicans RpUblcans discussed dicuso yesterday yesterdaybut
I but declined to give jlvo their views lewR for publi publicircles puhl puiiilcation
cation declnt tho thostatemont sttement made In hlph high poltcl poltclcircle political politicalcircles
I circles caton circle that if things thingl continue to drift dri as HHthey asthey I Ithy
they are In the Republican Uepuhlcan party pary the availa availability avala avalablty availability ¬
bility of President Prealdent Roosevelt Uoosvel for the nomi nomination nomintion nomination ¬
blty nation ntion noxt year ear will wi be very ver greatly jreaty ques questioned questone questionod ¬
tioned in the Republican Repuolcan national ntonal conven convention conventon conventlon ¬
tion tone and It was said more pointedly than thanever thaneyer thanever
ever ton yesterday that Senator Sentor Marcus Alonzo AlonzoHannn Ahonzohenna olonzo olonzolanr
Hannn cannot cnnot by interviews IntrvlewH or letters Iftfr or oranything orI oranything
anything lanr he may ma Bay HY or write wrt Mop Rtopthe tho boom boomfor bom bomtor boomfor
I for himself which was Wa precipitated precipiat on the thenight thonight thenight
night blmset tho polls closed clo in Ohio Nov ov 3 when whenthat whenthnt whenthat
that tremendous pls plurality pluralty of IN000 140 was wasuovrrwir wnRple ei eiailed
ailed up for the nopublcn Republican cndldat candidate for torGOVfrnor forUovernor
ple M ron T Herrhck HerrhckTita
uovrrwir GOVfrnor Uovernor v Col Myron J JTHE Tlerrlck TlerrlckTIE
THE SUN on the authority of Repub Republicans Rpub Rpublcns Republlcans ¬
licans TIE said sid twentyfour hours hour later latr that thatthat thatthat thatthat
that lcns vote In Ohio would be a menace mfnce to toPresident torcRldent tolrcsident
President Roosevelt RoosAvel and as a was V printed printedin printe
in THE TIF SUN yesterdaysmorning yesterda mornlng many manyRepublicans manyRfpublcn runnyRepublicans
Republicans are beginning bCglnnlnl to doubt the theadvisability thearhloblty theariviabilIty
advisability Rfpublcn of nominating nomlntnj President Roose Roosevelt Roosevol Roosevolt ¬
arhloblty volt nnd yet tIm wimo Nl0 iuiio number of Repub Republicans ¬
licans vol doubt the advisability Idvlmhlty of nominating nominatingSenator non nominatIngSenator ntlnR ntlnRSlnntor
Senator Hnnna for tho th Presidency Presldfn Re Republicans RI RIplhlllnR Republlrtins ¬
Slnntor
publicans say pV that the Roooovolt noo ovft Adminis Administration Aimlnls Aimlnlstmtlon Adnulniatratlon ¬
tration plhlllnR at Washington W shll ton and the Hanna Hann folks folkswho tolkswho folkswho
who are 11 close clof to the Roosevelt Administra Administration Adminitra Adminitration Adnuinbaration ¬
tion a would not in any way raise a 0 finger fingerHay fnjer fnjeratallt fingerarainat
arainat the nomlnnton nominatIon or the lon Hon John JohnHiy JohnHiuy
Hay atallt Secretarv Rrcrelar Secrets of State the man who has hassteered ha hassteered i
steered Hiy tCrll the United Unied Slates Btntts successfully successfullythrough lucclICuly lucclICulythroujh successfullythrough
through throujh all al Its It foreign rore1ln entanglement entnglelont for fortho forthe forthe
the last lat few years ytrs Indeed Indled Republicans Republicanswild Uepubleant
wild yesterday that there thlre was WI more In this thisHay thl thlHI thisflay
Ild Hay HI business Imslm1 than some lomo would think at atfirst atfnt atfirst
fnt first blush blushPLATT blllh blllhPLT blueduPLATr
PLATT PLT AND DUNN TUB PRESIDENTS rRUIEXTS GUESTS ODESTBWARIIINOTOK GUESTSWAII GUESTSVAHII1yCITON
WARIIINOTOK WAII OTON Vov ov 23 23Hnator 23Senator Senator Plait Plaitand Plattond Plaitand
and Col Cl George Georjs W Dunn chairman ohalnan of the theRepublican theRepublca theRepublican
Republican State Sllte committee of of Now York Yorkwore Yorkwere
Republca
wore wlr guests gUOl1 of President Plldent Q Roosevelt nooflvnlt at atluncheon lt ltluncheon atluncheon I
luncheon today toda There was WIS a thorough thoroughrllKcussion Ihoroujh Ihoroujhdllueliol thoroughdiscussion
discussion dllueliol Empire State of various political poltoal affairs faln In the theEmpire tlioEmpire J I
i
OATL1NG GUNS IN HIS ilS HOUSE HOUSEIndiana HOUSEIndllna HOUSEIndians
Indiana FAior Editor Flrhtlna Fichtn5 the Saloon For Fortines Fortnel Fortines
tines tnel III I Domicile DomicileINDUNAPOMS Domlclf DomlclfINDUNAPt DomicileINDTANAPOVdf
INDUNAPOMS INDUNAPt Nov 71 2 2Fred Fred Fre Bohrer Bohrerthe Bhrer Bhrerthe Bobrerthe
the editor editr of the Berne Bere JPttnei Wi nI who wa wamobbed WI WImobbe Was Wasmobbed
mobbed mobbe last week wek by saloonkeepers Blonkeper am amtheir and andtheir andtheir
their friends frend because beuso of his determined determlnecfight detrined detrinedfght determinedfight
fight fght on tho saloons slooM has ha converted onvert hi hiborne his hisbomo hishome
borne Into int an arsenal arenal Tn addition additon to t re revolvora rl rlvolvcr revoivors
volvora volvcr and shotguns Ibotjnl with wih which ho sup suppiled suppUod
piled pUo his home and his hs office ofc two gatllnj gatllnjRuns gatlng gatlngun gatlingguns
Runs un were received rclved yesterday yetrdy by express expressand epree epreeand expressand
and those tha have been bn added adde to t his alread alreadwell aledy aledywel already alreadywell
well wel fortified fortife home homeMrs homeMr homeMrs
Mrs Mr Bohrer who has h refused retuse to leave he hehusband her herhuband herhusband
husband huband even when worn out with wth watch watching wath wathlng watching
ing has ha been bon practising pratllng with tho revolver revolverand revolversand
and guns Ins and has ha become beome as 1 proficient profcent ii iihandling In Inhancln inhandling
handling hancln them as n her husband Bohrer Bohresays BohrerBas Bohrersays
says Bas that he will wi not be driven drven from th thtown the thetown thetown
town and Mrs Bohrer who is a devout devouChristian devoutChristian devoutChristIan
Christian encourages encourogr him in his purpose purposito purpoe purpoet purposeto
to t remain and continue his fight fght against agant the thiviolators theIolatrs theviolators
violators Iolatrs of law She says sy she docs doc no nowant not notwant notwant
want to t kill ki any anyon one and would not do s sxcept so soxcept soexcept
xcept In defence of her husband huband and her herself herselt herself
self selfIP selfJr
seltJ IP J T WARDWEIJj JARDUEIJJ OPERATED ON ONThe OVe ONThe
The e ExTreasurer of the Standard ftandar Ol OlCompany 01 01Company Oil OilCompany
Company In a Serious Sfrlol Condition ConditionWilliam COllon COllonWilam ConditionWilliam
William Wilam T Wardwell Warel of 21 West Fifty Fiftyeighth Fly Flyeighth Fiftyeighth
eighth street ftreet who Is a prominent promnent Pro Prohlbitlonist Pr Prhlbltlonlst Prohibitionist
hlbitlonist and was Wi formerly treasure treasureof trlurer trlurerof treasurerot
of the Standard Standar Oil 01 Company underwent underwentserious underent a asero aserious
serious sero W operation operton yesterday eterday at the Red R Cross CrossHospital Cros CrosHospll CrossHospital
Hospital Hospll in West Wlst Eightysecond Eghteond direct directMr streetMr teo
Mr Wardwell Wawel Is president prldent of the hospital hospitaland hospltl hospitaland
and the operation oplrton which was for a trouble troubleof truble trubleof
of long standing was WI performed peronE there Iher at athis athis athis
his request rquest rather than thn at the Johns John Hop Hopkins Hopkins Hopkins ¬
kins Hospital HOlpltl In Baltimore Balimor where wher his le phy physiclana ph phflclans physicians
siclana flclans thought of taking him htmThe hl himThe
The Te operation was performed prore by Prof ProfYoung ProrYonng ProfYoung
Young oprton of Johns John Hopkins who was wn assisted assistedby aslste assistedby
by Dr A Monao Lesser Lr who has been beenattending bon bonatendng beenattending
attending atendng Mr Wnrdwell Wardwel and by Dr Er Ernesto ErnCto Ernesto ¬
nesto nCto Blaaucci Blluccl Mr Wardwell Wardwel went to toa toa toa
a sanitarium Hnlarum up the State for treatment treatmentlast trtment trtmentlast treatmentlast
last summer but came to this thlsclty city In October Octoberto
to attend the marriage marage of his son sn Allen AllenWardwoll Alen AlenWardHI AllenWardenil
Wardwoll WardwollYoung WardHI Wardenilioung
Young Mr Wardwell Wardwel arranged arrngCd to leave leaveNaples lelwoaples leaveNaples
Naples aples for home last night His Is father fatherI fatherwished
1 wished wlshP to have the operation opertion postponed postponeduntil pstpnld pstpnldunll postponeduntil
I until unll his sons on return rt urn from his hiewedding wedding weddlnj trip tripbut tripI tripbut
I but the doctors docor advised an immediate immediateoperation Immediateoperation immediateoperation
operation operationMr
Mr Wardwell Wardwel is II expected Cxpetld to recover recoverbut rover roverbut recoverbut
but his condition cndItion IH said to be serious seriousTOOK lorlolR lorlolRTOOK seriousTOOK
TOOK HOY lIE SHOT SIOT TO HOSPITAL HOSPITALNot
Not ot until Unt Clnnr Ganz Dlrtl Drd DledflhtlAuthoritirs Did 011 Authorities Aulhorlit Look Lookfor Lok Lokror Lookfor
for Ills HuntIng luntn Companion CompanionAn
An exdted ec d youth yuth staggered stgjerd to t the door doorof doorot doorof
of the North Hudson Hudon Hospital Hospltlln in Union Hill HillN Hi HiN HillN
N J lost IBt night half hal carrying carryi and ad half halfdragging hal halfdragging
dragging draggig Emil El Clan Ganz 18 years year old of 478 478Germanla 476Germania 76 76Gerlla
Germanla Gerlla avenuer aVlnue Jersey Jt City Ct who o wits wrwbleeding Wi Wibleding witsbleeding
bleeding bleding to death dath from frm a a gunshot gshot wound woundin wOWd wOWdIn
in the tb thigh The boy by said that ho had hadaccidentally hadaidently hadaccidentally
accidentally aidently shot his friend while whlo they theywere theywer theywere
were wer hunting hutig on the meadows meadowl at Home Homostead HomeIten Homesteed
stead steadHe Iten steedlie
He left left the institution Intiution saying aylnj that ho howould howould howould
would go to Jersey Jeney City Ciy to notify notCy Chinas Chinasparents Ganzs Ganzsprnt Olarizsparents
later Glanz died diedwithout diedwihout diedwithout
parents An hour or two latr Gan
without prnt wihout regaining regalnlnj consciousness onsclousnl The Tliohoppltal 1le Thehospital I
hospital hospitl authorities aUlhortl and the police plce then thensearched thenelrche thensearched
searched elrche for his hunting companion but butdid butdid butdid
did not find fnd him They TIY had not learned Iame his hisname hi hinme
name nme up to a 0 late hour last lat night nightGlanzs nightGlzs nightGlanzs
Glanzs Glzs father fathlr who claimed dllml the body hdy at atUndertaker lt ltUnderaker atUndertaker
establishment said saidhta saidhis
Undertaker Underaker Meekers Mekers sld sldhl
his hl son Rn went hunting huntng in the he afternoon aleroon with witha
a boy h who lives lve In his hil neighborhood nel hborhood He Hedid Hedid Hedid
did riot rot know the lads name nameMINORITY namellNOnTr nameMlOhllTY
MINORITY llNOnTr LEADERS NEW w POWER POWERSpeaker POWERSpeakpr POWERSpeaker
Speaker Cannon annon Alton Alo Mr Ilr Wllllanii Wlllmi to toName toNlme toName
Name Nlme Democratic Denoorato Commlttecmen CommlttecmenWASHINGTON Commiteemen CommiteemenW Comaultt ermen ermenWASuuINOTO
WASHINGTON W NOTON Nov No 23 23Spaker 23Speaker Speaker Cannon CannonU OnnonI
U I having a strenuous time arranging arnging his hiscommittee hi hicmmite hiscommittee
cmmite committee list lst and he is not likely Ikply to have havoIt haoi
It i ready rldy to announce onnunc before bror the end of the theweak therek theweak
weak rek Ho unloaded unloMd half hsl of the th Job from fromhis trm trmhil fromhis
his hil own ow shoulders Ihouldor when ho made mle a new newdeparture newdeparture I Ideprur
departure deprur and allowed alowed Representative RepresentativeWilliams Rprlntatvl RprlntatvlWILms RepresentativeWilliams
Williams WILms the minority mlnorly leader loder to make up uptho upthe i itho
tho Democratic Dmocrato plate to suit himself hlmll No NoSpeaker NoSpker NoSpeaker
Speaker Spker before betor Cannon Cnnon ever did this but buttho buttho butthe
tho scheme Ihemo works orl like lke a 1 charm charmThe charmTo charmThe
The To little Itto office ofc room of the Speaker Spakor Is IBcrowded Iscrwded Iscrowded
crowded crwded night mid day and Mr Cannon Cannonhas Cannonba Cannonhas
has ba about aout reached racho the conclusion cloluslon that if ifho Ithe ifhe
he wants onts to announce announo the committees commites bo bofore 0 before
session ends he will have to tolock tolock
fore the extra lxtr RlSllon wi hvo I I10tk
in tho of the Washington WashingtonMonument WashingtonMonument
lock 10tk himself hlml up top WMhlngon WMhlngonMOlunlnt
Monument MOlunlnt write his hi committee commlUf list lst and anddrop anddrp anddrop
drop drp it from there thereMr ther thereMr
Mr Williams Wllal is I having troubles trouble of his hisown hisown hisown
own in making mklnj up the Democratic Dmorto list listnotwithstanding listnotwithstanding Rt Rtnotwlthstnndlng
notwithstanding tho fact that that a minority minoritymember mlnorltymlmbr minoritymember
member mlmbr of a committee cmmitee of Congress Congres Is no nomore nomor nomore
more essential to legislation than the vermi vermiform vermiform ¬
mor eSental ljRlaton ver
form appendix appndix Is i to tho human body bodySENDS bodySEDi bodySENDS
SENDS SEDi RACK HER PRESENTS PRESENTSMary rnESFTf rnESFTfUary PRESENTSMary
Mary Jnch JOlh Who 10 Threw Over Olr filch Rch Suitor SuitorHappy Hulor HulorHapp StillerHappy
Happy With Wlh Poor Ionr Husband IlnnbanclMary Hn HusbandMary band bandMar
Mary Mar Joch the seventeenyearold levlmteencarold Ho Hoboken Hobokln hoboken
boken bokln girl who jilted jied a wealthy wealhy Man Manhattan Manhattan Manhattan ¬
hattan silk Ik Importer and secretly Icrtly wed wedGeorge wedGerje wedGeorge
George Gerje Trampler a poor piano player 1Iaer In Inher Inher inher
her fathers saloon 8loon Is living 11lng with lh her hus husband husband hueband
band In West Fortyseventh Forysventh street strt She Shewas Sheas Shewas
was as already Tramplers wife wlo when she per permitted permited permitted ¬
mitted mited her rich suitor to give a party at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which their engagement was announced announcedTrnmplcr nnnouncedTrlmpler announcedTrampler
Trnmplcr Trlmpler furnished furnlhe the music at the party partyDetective pary paryDeteete partyDetective
Detective Deteete Louts Lui Wolnthal of Hoboken Hobokensaw Hobken HobkenIW
saw IW Mrs Mr Trampler In her rooms in the West WestFortyseventh WestFortysventh WestFortyseventh
Fortyseventh Fortysventh street house hOUR where wher she the is isdoing I isdoing
doing light lght housekeeping She said Ild she shewas Ihe shewasu
was 1 very happy and nd refused rtu6d to return home homeShe homeShe homeShe
She gave to the detect dltetve lye presents valued volue at atMOO
110 MOO 400 from frm the man she had jilted jited and asked askedWeinthal MkedWelnthalt askedWeinthal
Weinthal to < nee that bo got them themShe thomSho theniShe
She said sld she he didnt care anything anyhig about aboutthem abut abuthem
them P1uom as she shl had no love for tho rich man manher ma manher
her father wanted her to marry marryKSOlKio mr marryOoo
8 KSOlKio CtKC Ooo in a Manure Ianurf Pile ItleDENVKR 1lfDENVRR PileDENvita
DENVKR Col Nov ov 23 23Fly 23Fifty Fifty thousand thousanddollars thoutand thoutanddol thousanddollars
dollars dol ar worth of bullion bulon recently recnty stolen stolenfrom Itolen Itolenfrm stolenfrom
from frm a Union Pacific Pacfo train trai at the Globe Olobosmelter 000 Globesmelter
smelter smtler was wal found today tody In I manure manur which whichwas whlohWi whichwas
was Wi being beln spread by laborers Ibolr in i the city citypark citypark citypark
park The theft thftt of tho bullion bulon had not notlieon notI notbeen
been I > n published publhed railroad rairoad detectives detectv being Ixjlngput helnl beingput
put on the cape Cf but they found no clue duo to totho totht tothe
the tht thieves or the lie loot lootX lootN
X N V 1 to noffalo Dalo and ad Chicago ChicagoLclilgb ChleauLhllb ChicagoLeIiIh
Lclilgb Valley R H I M ufUnl ezeehlent n > nt ferry service service2nl frvlceKM rlre
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KM 21 St 11 Cortlandt Corllndt ii St Imbrouea Itebra St SIAcr SIAcrTbakahlaJ StAde StAderhnkigiving Ait Aitot
TbakahlaJ rhnkigiving Dnnlr Dnnlrol flintier flintierNot
Not > ot complete rmrl without wi bout Ueweya Win Vtnes Ordrr Ordrrarly rrdr rrdrarly thderearly
arly to Insure delivery delvn Send Snd for descriptive derplo derploprre destritIVoprice I Irice
CurAcr Vitytdr prre price rice lIst lt Uewcra 1eweye IM la Fulton ulol Strett llrl New York tockVitytdr ork orkCurAcr
WEAYERBREAKSWITHDURHA WEAYERBREAKSWITHDURHAPHILADELPHIA WEAYERBREAKSWITHDURHAMPIlLADEIJPIU EAYER BREAKSITII BREAKSITIIPII1LADEI1PIIIA
PHILADELPHIA PIlLADEIJPIU PARTY rAT ROSS DE DEFIES DEFIES DEPIES
FIES THE MAYOR MAYORSplit JIJOR JIJORSplt MAYORSplit
Split Splt Comet Come Over the Nomination Nominaton of aTa aTaReceiver aax aaxR sTaxReoeiverQuiyI
Receiver R ReoeiverQuiyI otlrQua quayi Petition Iolilon Uncertain Lncrrtaland Uncftln Uncftlnand Uncertainand
and He le and Senator Ienroio Ienrole hurry llurrjfrom lurr lurrfrom hurryfront
from Washington Wahlnlton to Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPHILADELPHIA Phiadelphia PhiadelphiaPJLDEL PhildelplilsPiintDatPnza
PHILADELPHIA PJLDEL U Nov No 23 2Mayor 23Mayor Mayor John JotrWeaver JohnWeaver JohnWeaver
Weaver and ad Israel Irael W Durham Drham boss bM of th thRepublican the theRepublcn theRepublican
Republican Republcn machine mchne and Quays right ban banman hand handmn handman
man mn in Pennsylvania Pennsylanl have broken Th Thparting To Topring Thu Thuparting
parting pring came cmo today tday when whln Durham Durhm defied deflethe defe defiedthe
the Mayor and announced announce that John David Davidson Davldln Davidson
son ln would bo b turned turno down for the Ta TaReceivership Tax TaxReiverhip TaxReceivership
Receivership Reiverhip ronomination ronomlnaton and that h hwas he heW8 howas
was W8 for Senator Borkelbach Brkelboh a machine machlnman machlnom machineman
man m for the place plac Tho Mayor 1ayor in reply replydeclared replydelr replydeclared
declared delr he was WI for Davidson Davidon and oppose opposeto oppse opposed opposedto
to t Berkelbaoh BerkelbaohHow Drkelbch DrkelbchHow BerkelbaohHow
How far the break will wi go ia I not known knownMayor knownMayor knownMayor
Mayor Weaver Wever has ha more than three thre year yearto yer yearsto
to t to servo and with the great jret powers pwem conferred oonferrotby onfere conferredby
by the Bullitt Bultt bill bi controls ontrl 8000 80 officeholders officeholdersto ofcholder
to say nothing of the pressure preure he could ooulibring culd culdbrng couldbring
bring brng on gas ga lighting lghtnKad llghtlngand and railway ralway corpora corporations otpr cotporations ¬
tions ton and the big contractors cntrcor Durham ii iia I is isa
a masterful mnterful political pltcl general genera with wth a com compact om ompact cornpact
pact organization orjlnlzaton behind bhind him himThere himThere himThere
There are a great It possibilities p0lbltfln In this strained strainedsituation straine strainedsituation
situation sItuion If It is II to t bo b war to t tho knife knifetho knltetho knifethe
tho political plticl map of Pennsylvania Pennsylvani may mlY l be bechajd bechanged > e echanged
changed chajd Durhams security 8ourly lies les in the thefact thefact thefact
fact that tht the Mayor is I personally pfonaly unpopular unpopularwith unpopularIth unpopularwith
with Ith the rank rak and file fe of the party and ad is isunversed Isuvere isunveraed
unversed uvere in i the devious deiou ways of machine machinepolitics machinepoltcs machinepolitics
politics poltcs He may my not know how to use u his hispower hi hispower
power per while wlle Durham Durha knows knoW every ever card crd in inthe Inthe inthe
the political poltcal deck is I bold to t the limit lmit and andis andis andIs
is surrounded by men of the same sme type typewho typ typewho
who would take tae any anychcl anychances chances ho might direct directOn drec directOn
On the other hand hd Mr Durham Durhm Is I In feeble feeblephysical feblo feblophyical feoblophysical
health healthOne healthOne
physical phyical hlslth hlslthOne
One uncertain uncrtin quantity qutty is I Quay who it itis ItI itIs
is I whispered whsprd fears that tht Durham Durhal is flirting flirtingwith firtig firtigwIth flirtingwith
with the ElkinsWabash EklnlWabMh Railroad Rairad situation situationQuays sluntlon sluntlonQlye situationQuays
Quays fortunes He with the
Qlye le wih opposition oppositionWere oppsiton oppsitonWere oppositionWere
Were Quay Quy to t step in i and ad take up the Mayor Mayorto
to build buid a 1 new city ciy machine machne or to clip clp Dur Durhams Durhlms Dunhems ¬
hams hlms wings wig for the next Senatorial Sltorll fight fightthe fght fghtthe fightthe
the battle bote would be b a hand to t hand hnd struggle struggleA
A clash clh between the Mayor and tho thomachine thomlchlno themachine
machine mlchlno has hl long been ben looked looko for but butIt butIt butit
It It was al expected expcted to come cmo on the 25000000 25000000loan 2 2S000000loan OOO
loan bill bi which was as to be b passed plsed upon by byCouncils byCuncis byCotincile
Councils Cuncis The Mayor it Is known knownatili will wi veto vetothis vto vtothis vetothis
this but the machine machin has It all al arranged arrangedto arrnged arrngedto
to pass pal it through Councils Councis over oVlr his veto vetoThis vetoThis vetoThis
This hill hi is I stuffed Rtufe with wih the fattest fatesl kind of ofplums otplumB ofplums
plums for the machine and it
machin waR to se secure RCcure socure ¬
cure it that the lax assessments leSlmpntR of the city citywere cty ctywero cityworo
were recently recnty raised to their full ful value valuethus valuclla valuetItus
thus lla increasing Incrclnj the borrowing borrowlnj capacity capacityAlmost cpacly cpaclyAlnoet capacityAlmost
Almost Alnoet all 11 tho ward leaders leldera tonight de declared decIaNI tieclareel ¬
clared cIaNI their Intention of standing by byDurham brDurham byDurham
Durham DurhamSenators DurhamSntol DurhamSenators
Senators Sntol Quay and Ind Penrose Penrolo hastened hastenedfrom haptont hastenedfrom
from Washington Wahlngton ns n soon son as I they thEY received receivednews reehed reehednCs receivednears
news nCs of the split splt between betwen Durham and andtho Ind Indto andthe
the to Mayor They Tey were closeted cloete with Dur Durham Durhm Dunbarn ¬
ham hm until unti midnight mldn4ht but neither neiter would wouldmake wouldmke wouldmake
make mke a statement statementBOY sttent sttentBOY
BOY OF 9 HEAD IIEAl OF TilE FAMILY FAMILYSold PA HIlJI HIlJISold MILl MILlSold
Sold Papon Papl1 to Support Supprt an Insane Mother Motherand Jlothfr Jlothfrand
and a Brother and MMrr MMrrNineyearold IIAtr IIAtrNlnerorld histcrNineyearold
Nineyearold Nlnerorld Samuel SamuEI Fingorhut Flngrrhut of 700 700East 70 700East
East Et Eleventh Ellenth street stret has hl been ben selling IAln news newspapers nwspapol newsiinpors ¬
papers papol for three thre weeks wPks at tho Grand Grandstreet Grnd Grndstret Grandstreet
street stret ferry ferr without wihout the necessary nf1sary license licenseLast IhenseIst licenseIast
Last Ist evening a big policeman plecman looked looke over overSammys overSlmmys overSammys
Sammys Slmmys cap ca and coat cat for a sign Ilgn of a badge badgeand badgeand iadgeand
and finding fnding bne none ne arrested arNtl him himTwo himTwo himTwo
Two or threonouru three Ul later lter when tho patrol patrolwagon patrolwagon patrolwagon
wagon wasnt busy bUlY carrying crrying Intoxes IntoxesSammy Intoxc lntoxoeSanuny
Sammy Sy was WI taken from frm the Union Market Marketpolice larket larketpolo Marketpolice
police polo station staton to the thl Childrens Chidrens society societyBy soclet socletBy societyBy
By that time tme ho had begun bejn to cry hard hardand hardand hardand
and tho police plce who ho had tried trie In vain to find findout fnd fndout findout
out where he lived lve turned turne him over to toAgent t toAgent
Agent Aglnt Brugger with wlh address addre refused reruse on onhis onhl onhis
his hl police plco pedigree pedigreeBrugger pigree pigreeBrujtr pedigreeBrugger
Brugger Brujtr soon got ot Sammys Smmys address addrlR from fromhim trm trmhIm fromhim
him and a I story with wih it This was WI that thatSammys tht thtSamys thatSammys
Sammys Samys father fathlr Simon Fingorhut Flnjorhut who whoworked whoorkld whoworked
worked orkld in an East Et Side factory taotry left for forChicago forChioago forChicago
Chicago In i July and hadnt hdnt sent nt a I word to tohis tohis tohis
his wife and ad three thre children chidren Sammy Samm ten tenyear tenyar tenyear
year yar old Mary Mar and ad little lte fouryearold fouryearoldFrod fouryerld fouryerldFr
Fred Fr Than Mrs Irs Fingorhut Flniorhut tho boy said saidhad saidhad Id Idhd
had hd taken ten In dressmaking drelaklng jobs job to support supportherself support supportherself
and tho threo children but
herself ad chldrll three threeweeks thrr thrrweek threeweeks
weeks week ago she lost her mind The four had hadto hd hdt hadto
to t have hlvo something to t eat so s Sammy Samy went wentout wentout
out to sell sl papers papersAgent pper papersAgtuiit
Agent Brugger went right out to In Investigate InOlgato investlgate ¬
vestigate Olgato the story and learned Ilarnld that it i was wasdocidedly waRdoldedly wasdocitietily
docidedly doldedly true He found the thl rest rst of the theFlngrrhuts theFingerhuts theFingerhiuts
Flngrrhuts in a little Iltlo room rom on the third thirdfloor thirdfoor thirdfloor
floor foor of the Eleventh street house Mrs MrsFlngerhut Mr MrsFingerhut
Fingerhut who is only 28 years year old was wasgibbering wasgibberng wasglhibering
gibbering gibberng to herself horlt in a corner cmer of the room roomwhose roomwhoso roomwhose
whose only ony furniture furiur was wn a bare table a ascantily asltiy ascantily
scantily sltiy covered cerd bed bd and one chair The Thelittle Theltle Thelittle
little ltle girl and her brother brther were er crying cryingAccording cring cringAccording cryingAccording
According to Brugger there therl was W absolutely absolutelynothing ablolutel10thlng absolutelynothing
nothing 10thlng to eat in the place but a few 1e crusts crustsof cnBlR cnBlRot crustsof
of bread bnad The agent asked IIed Mary Mar why whyshe whyshe hy hyshe
she was WIS crying cryingWere cryingWere
cryng cryngWer
Were Wer waiting for Sammy to bring bringsome bringsome luringsome
some money she he said Bld nnd were wor hungry hungryBnigger hungrnlgjr huungrBmugger
Bnigger nlgjr got an ambulance ambullnt which took tookMrs tookMr tookMis
Mrs Mr Fingerhut and the children chidrn to Belle Bellevue Ble Bleue Belleaue
vue ue Hospital HOJltal Miss 116 Stewart a nurse nur at ntonce atonr atonce
once onr got jot them all al a good oo hot meal Mrs MrsFlngerhut MI MrsFingerhut
Flngerhut was 11 smuggled sluggled off or of from the chil children chi children ¬
dren drn as quietly Quiet as a possible ollble and was taken takento t ken kento
to the psychopathic ward for examination examinationNow
Now we want to go and sew ee Sammy Sammysaid Sammyald Sammysaid
said ald Mary Mar Hes been so 10 good goodThe goo goodThe
The le agent agnt took the two children chlden to their theirbrother theirbroter theirbrother
brother broter They Tey were CI all 11 commendably commendablyclean
clean but they had to have somo clothes clothesright clot clothesright hIs hIsright
right away to replace l1plac tho thin ones I with withwhich withwhich Ith Ithhlc
which hlc they the were clad cladIf cladJ cladW
If J J MENDUM llEDtU MISSING MISSINGHlsStstem lUSW lUSWHIl MISSINGHIs
HlsStstem HIl HIs Sllttf Sisters Charge harlt That Ho lD Has 101 Embezzled EmbezzledFunds Emlr1ld Emlr1ldFundi EmbezzledFunds
Funds of Ills Itl Fathers FllherIltate FllherIltatepO Estate EstatePORTSMOUTH EstatePoateMouTil
PORTSMOUTH pO TSMOUTl N H Nov 23 23A A warrant warrantfor warrnt warrntfor warrantfor
for the arrest of William Wiiam J Mendum of ofWinchester otWlncheler ofWinchester
Winchester Wlncheler Mass 11s was WI Issued Issue today toda at atthe atthe atthe
the Instance Itanc of a Baltimore Bltmore bonding opdlng com company cm cmpny corniany ¬
pany pny Mendum was Wi one of the two trustees trusteesof tlultes tlultesot
of the estate cptato of his father Charles Charlls Mendum Mendumof leldum leldumof
of this city and it U charged that he
thi I car ld em embezzled Im Imbzzlt embezzled ¬
bezzled bzzlt funds flids from the estate which was wasvalued wasvalued l
valued value at SIOO 100000 100000Mendum 100000Mendum
Mendum lendum has ha been bn mUsing mIing dnee Ilnr Nov Nn O 2 2and 2and 2and
and on Nov Xo 14 Maud B Shea of Philadelphia Philadelphiaand Phiadelphia Phiadelphiaand
and Sarah Sar R Locke Lcke of Rosemom Rosemon Pa Ia Iaslsten PasIsters i isisters
sisters slsten of the mining man petitioned pttione the thoProbate IhoProbate theProbate
Probate Court hero for the removal of ofMendurn J
Mendum lendum and Samuel Samutl B Ayres Ae of Ports Portsmouth Pors Porsmouth ¬ I Imouth
mouth another administrator admlnlstrlor The 11 miss missing misstag
tag Il man was ostensibly o connected onnee with withtho wih wihIho withthe
the Underlmy Uldtrhn Oil 01 Ill Company ompan of Boston RostonHe IoRlon IoRlonHe BostonHe
He lived lvl in Winchester in good ood style Ilrle and nndof antiof
of late has given free fr rein to his craze C1 for forautomobile forautomobl forautomobiles I
automobile automobl He left a wife witI and one child childbehind chUdthlnd childbehind
behind him
Drrrfant frrO t Farm rm Sausages HannanMMade Haa SausagesPlade aKH aKHUade I
Made of the Ih tender meat ot little Ille pics and choirs enotrepiers rbolr choirsspices
piers aples You YOI have bu never ne tasted perferi prlIIIIIOt sausage > un unlets I IMS
le lets Affr Aa MS you IOU oU have tried Ired Uiem them em Btwtrc Dun ot ImlUtlooi ImlUtlooiAffr 1114111 lultsuonsASr I
ATTEMPT ATTEJUT TO KILL KIL ITALYS KING KINGFrench KNG KNGrnel KINGFrench
French rnel Soldier Tries Tlt to Derail Deai Train Tan bu buIg but butII but butTa
Ig II Discovered OIIrt In Time Timefpfrtaj Tme TmeSptral Timevpertat
Sptral fpfrtaj Cablt Dtipatch Dnpal to TUB SON SONLONDON IUN IUNLNDN ciusLoNDON
LONDON LNDN Nov 2 2A A despatch deptch to th thDaily the theDaiv theDaily
Daily Daiv Mail from Cherbourg Cherburg says eys that an at attempt attmpt attempt ¬
tempt tmpt was wa made on Saturday Sturdy to t derail derl tin tintrain the thetr thetrain
train tr in which the King and ad Queen Quen of Ital Italwere Ialy Ialywere Italy Italywere
were travelling tvelia through thrugh Franco Frano on their thelireturn theirretur theirreturn
return retur to Rome from their visit viit to t King KlnjEdward Kng KngEdward KingEdward
Edward EdwardFive EdwardFiv EdwardFive
Five Fiv largo stones were wer found on th thtrack the thotrlk thetrack
track trlk a few minutes miutes before bfor the train trln passed passedAn pd pdAn passedAn
An investigation Investgaton showed that tht a soldier soldierwho sldier sldierwho soldierwho
who was one of those thoe detailed detied to patrol patrothe ptrl ptrlthe patrolthe
the line lne had hd placed placd the stones on tho track trackHo trek trekHo trackHo
Ho was arrested arrestedUNION arrestedUNION
arRII arRIIUltON
UNION UltON MEN THE DYNAMITERS DYNAMITERSPresident DYNAUITERI DYNAUITERIPrlldfnt IThNAMITERSPresidents
President of Three ree Colorado Colordo Unions tlnlol A Arested Ar Arrelted Ar Arrested
rested by the Military JUla Officers OfDcenDENVER OmcerDENVEB OfficersDENvER
DENVER Cob Cl Nov 23 23Fleen 23FIfteen Fifteen men hav havbeen have havebon havobeen
been bon arrested arrltod by tho military miiar authorities authoritieat authorltel authorltelat
at Cripple Cpple Creek Crk on suspicion Ulplcon of being belniimplicated beingimplcato beingImplicated
implicated implcato hi i the dynamiting dyamtng of the Vindi Vindicator Vindicaor Vindicator ¬
cator caor mine mie on Saturday Sturay and are ar In the bull bulpen bul bulpen bullpen
pen at Camp Cmp Goldfleld Gldfeld Among them ai ar arC are areC
C G Konnlson Kennisn president prsident of the VlctoMiners Victor Vicor VicorMinel VictorMiners
Miners Minel Union Sherman Sherma Parker president presldonof prsident prsidentor
of District Union No No1 1 and W F Davie Dovlepresident Davieprsident Davispre8ldent
president prsident of the Altmon Altml Union The 11e othei otheiare other otherar others othersare
are officers and members of various unions unionsAdjutantGeneral unionsAdjutantGeneral unionsAdjutantGeneral
ar ofcers varous
AdjutantGeneral Bell Bl assorts lerl that three throiof threoor threeof
of them are ar guilty gm and ad that he has bl ample amplievidence ampleevidenc ampleevidence
evidence evidenc to convict cmict them Gov Pea Peabody Peabdy Peabody
body bdy has ordered orderd that all al the prisoners priner txturned tx beturned
turned tuo over to the Sheriff Sherif of Teller eier county countyGOT countyGOT countyGOT
GOT 1SMOOO lSOOO IN REBATES REBATESJamr nEBAT REBATESJames Sr SrJamt
James Jamt S Wationt Watlonl Testimony Tpl mOny neKarrtlng neKarrtlngFavor flegardlnFavors
Favor From the Fruit rl Growers ronr rowers Express KxprtssCHICAGO ExpressCHICAGO prtl prtlCICAOO
CHICAGO CICAOO Nov 23 3The The extensive extnive private privateinterests prvat privateInterests
interests intrCt of James Jlme S Watson Waton former rorer presi president presldent president ¬
dent of the Porter Portr Brothers Brother Company Companywere Cmpny Cmpnywero
were revealed reeale before btore Bankruptcy Bankrupty Referee RefereeWean Rteree RtereeWean RefereeWean
Wean this morning morningThe momn momnThe morningThe
The private prvate schedules scheules of Mr Watson Watsonshowed Wat Watsonshowed on onshowe
showed showe his hi debts to t he Sl20r It2 l20000 > 000 O much of ofwhich atwhich ofwhich
which was WI contracted contractd on account acount of the theconcern theconcr theconcern
concern concr of which he was 1 formerly tormery the presi president luresident resl resldent ¬
dent Of the total ttl liabilities labltlO only 116fm 116fmwere 164375 164375were 164375were
were secured Reure by shares sharC of blocks blocksMrs blocksMrs tks tks1rs
Mrs 1rs Watsons Wat ons revelations reelatons regarding the thelarge thelal thelarge
large lal rebates rphatt received rerle by him from theFruit the thoFruit theFruit
Fruit Growers Express Fxpre Company amount amountInit aount amountinrz
Init Inn it Is said Rid saidto to at atisast least lest MSO tlS00000have 1600000 have led ledAttorneys ledAttorneys
Attorneys AtomeR finch nch and C W Greenfield Grenfeld to tosearch t tosearch
search Ierch for for other evidence on this matter nintterFor moter moterFor matterFor
For the purpose of getting etnl more detail detailthey cietuIsthey Itu tl tlthey
they have pubrxtnaed Iubp nae J Ogden Oldon Armour Armourand Armourand Armourand
and George Gerge R R Robbins Hobbll to t appear appnr before beforeReferee heforeReCereo beforeReferee
Referee Wean on Nov No 30 0 Mr Armour Armouris Arour ArourIR
is said sld to t ho tho principal prinClpl baker of the theFruit theFruit theFruit
Fruit Growers Growlm Express Expres Company Mr MrRobblns MrRobbins MrBobbins
Robbins Is its manager managerNEGLIGENT mann er
41 44 NEGLIGENT EliIGET LEGISLATORS LEGISLATORSClrettanCrrtineatM LIWULATOnSEP LEGISLATORSVieethin1rntlfleates
ClrettanCrrtineatM EP rlnatN Refused lerolt to Them Tlfm I IVirginia ln lnIrtnlaDdnt InVirginiaDidnt
Virginia VirginiaDidnt IrtnlaDdnt Didnt Comply With lh the Law LawRICHMOND IawRrCUoN LawRioiriosn
RICHMOND RrCUoN Vo Nov 23 231llryfe 231llryfemembr 23ThIrtyfive 23ThIrtyfivemembers Thlrtyfiv Thlrtyfivmembers
members membr of tho House Houc and nine rne of th thSenate the theSnate theSenate
Senate Snate failed rlled to get certificates crlfctel of electlor electlortoday II eiectiontoday ctlon ctlontoday
today from frol from the electoral board boar because becausethey l becausethey >
they had not complied compled with the Harksdale Harksdaleelection Harksdaleeloton Harksdaleelection
election eloton law They are ar required rqulld to make makeaffidavit makoafdavIt makeaffidavit
affidavit afdavIt to the electoral board bor within thirty thirtydays thiry thirydnys thirtydays
days after election Alocton as B to the amount amolnt and andcharacter andcharactr andcharacter
character charactr of their expenditures expndlurl in tho thocampaign thocampaign thocampaign
campaign and Ind for failure falul to do so 10 they not notonly notonly notonly
only lose 10 their tlelr seats but are ar subject to a afine afne afine
fine of 5000 5000The 5000The 0
fne S
The fine fne goes gOR to the school fund and It ItIB Ittho itis
IB the duty of the AttorneyGeneral AtoreyGeneral to prose prosecute prOMcuto prosecute ¬
cute the delinquents delnquents promptly pompty rite he law lawapplies la laapplf1 lawapplies
applies applf1 to defeated candidates also and few fewof towof fewof
of thrtso th < 8 have hlYO so far reported rported The elec electoral elootoml oioctorai ¬
toral board bOllr awarded today toIY certificates crifcates to tothose 10thO tothose
those thO members membr who ho have complied compled with withthe wth wththe withthe
the law lawGIRL lawGIRL
I
GIRL WITNESS JJTSEfS KIDNAPPED KIDNAPPEDWas KlJ4PPW I I II
Was to Testify Tf8lr Against ahl1 a I Prominent Toting TotingMan YounnStan ounl
Stan lln In a Criminal Crlmln1 Case CaseLINCOLN ca ase aseLtcoi e eImcoL
LINCOLN Neb Nov 23 23Ilullh 23fleuhah Beulnh Thomas 110maR
16 years yem old stepped out of the rear rar door doorof doorof doorof
of her fathers fatherl country cuntf house near York Yorklapt YorkIMt Yorklast
last evening enln A moment later she was washoard washeard IS IShord
hoard hord to scream screm Since then she fhe has not notbeen notben notbeen
been ben seen sen although alhough every likely Ilely place pllco has hasbeen hosbeen hasbeen
been searched searchedTliP slnrch1 searchedThe
The 111 officers ofcer are Irl working olldnj on the thp theory theorythat IheorvIhlt theorythat
that Ihlt the girl was kidnapped kidnapp She was wal the theprincipal Ih Ihprincipl theprincipal
principal principl witness wlnCs In a case which criminally criminaly criminalyInvold criminallyinvolved
involved the t he son on of ono of the first fnt families familiesFrionds tlmlls tlmllsFrinndR familiesFriends
Friends of thin young oun man are believed beleYId to tohave tohave tolutve
have abducted ahductl her herTWO hlr hlrTJfO herTWO
TWO SISTERS STnS MISSING MISSINGBrooklyn UISSVWBrookln IhISSIXGBrooklyn
Brooklyn Police Iolee Asked kld to Search for Mary Maryand Maryand Iar Iarand
and Lizzie J7e Iallmer IallmerTho Ialmtr IalmtrThe LailnierThe
The Brooklyn Drookly police plco authorities authorllpR have haveboon havebeen havebeen
been asked Iked to aid In the search Iearch for Mary Maryand Maryand Maryand
and Lizzie Lntimer Lotmer sisters tte who have have been beenmissing bfn bfnml8lng beenmissing
missing from their homed home at 65 Duffield Dufeld street streetsince strelt streltsince streetsInce
since Saturday Mary Is 17 1 years yea old olr has hasa
a dark complexion and brown hair hairand and wore worebllck woreU voroa
a black bllck and red rr skirt nnd waist and a black blackhat blackhat blackhat
hat with a plume Llzslo LI7o Is 10 years ycan old oldhaa oldhB oldhasadnrkcornpioxionandhair
haa hB hasadnrkcornpioxionandhair a dark nk complexion cmplnxlonand and hair and had on ona ona ona
a darkjacket and Ind a straw flrw hnt hntThe hntTho hotThe
The two girls girs lived 11N1 with wlh their widowed widowedmother wlrowed wlrowedmother widowedmother
mother and ulster ler Hilda Ilda 70 II yearn tar old and andworked andworlcd aridworked
worked In a laundry laundr in the neighborhood neighborhoodOn npIghborhoodOn
On Friday Fridy night nl ht when the girls received receivedthoir rfelpd rfelpdthAlr receivedtheir
their wages age Mary far told her deters that she nhewns Hhewal shewas
was wal going Jolnl away nod anrlkl asked > them thtm to go with withher wllhher withher
her Both refused ot the lie time but on tho thofollowing thofolowh1J thefollowing
following folowh1J morning Mary went away lay and andLi7zip and1Izll aridLizzie I
Li7zip 1Izll accompanied her hlr Since then tln there thereboo therehM thereline
boo been bn no trace trac of the girls girlRf300
93000 f300 3000 FOR SLANDER SLANDERVerdict SADEn SADEnrilet SI1ANIERVerdict
Verdict rilet Against nln81 Remus Rtmul for Calllnc CalllncKchultzs CallingSchultzs alnE alnEchull
Kchultzs chull Wife Iro Names NamesA Nllt NlltA atiies atiiesA
A jury jUI in the Hudson Omnty Circuit CircuitCourt Clrult ClrultCour CircuitCourt
Court Cour has awarded Arthur Arhur Schultz Schulz and Ind his hiswife hisvdfe lilawife
wife Marie Mlre of Jersey Jere City I ity 130 3000 damages damagesagainst damagtl damagtlngalnst damagesagainst
against Oerhardt Oerhardt Remus of that city ctv for forslandering forslanderng forslandering
slandering slanderng Mrs Schultz Schulz It I was Wil charged chargedat Ch rgpd rgpdat
at the trial I that Ihlt Remus palled Alpd MrsSchultz MrsSchultznames Mr Mrs Schultz Schullznames Schultznames
names in ral her husbands hl8 nndR saloon and Ind later laterwrote Ilter Ilterwrto haterwrote
wrote wrto Schultz Rchulz a letter In which he hl accused accusedher lelRed lelRedher accusedher
her of going to a Hoboken Tohokfn theatre thcatr with wih a anan aman aman
man other than her husband husbandMrs husbandSehull husbandairs
Mrs Schultz had hysterics hslerC three thre times timesuiing tmel tiniesduuiiig
uiing the trial trialIAD tral trallll trialhAIl
hAIl lll TO RUN nv DOWN 11JN SOMEBODY SOMEBODYio SU SO3IERODIChoSe EBODr EBODrChole
Chole ChoSe io c Ihr lh Street lrt11 Sweeper HItllrr anti Woman Onlln otisn and andThomas all allIrl antiIrl
Irl Escaped EscapedThomas eAnd eAndThomaB
I IDepnr
Thomas Wilson WIon a adri driver r for the Health Healthast Hfalth healthDepartment
Depnr Department menl had thl the choice ot two things thingslalt thingslast
lalt last ast night nhthtto to run down a street Itrlt sweeper sweeperr i ior
or > r a woman and a little ltle girl jll who werocroHf werocroHfng wero crOHI cross crossing
Inj ing ng the street HIICt at 16d Kireot rllt and Boston BostonHid Rostonroad oton otonroad
road Hid He Ie turned tured his team Into the til curb curbind euruand curbanti
and hit hi tho street 8we sweeper < > per Joseph Con Conlollrifco Conpolirugo i
lollrifco polno polnoonplnjo lollrifcoConpollngn
Conpollngn onplnjo Is in Lebanon Lhanon Hospital inn innerlous In Innserious n
serious frlou condition conditionBrotherhood cnditon cnditonrlbrbod conditionBrotherhood I
Brotherhood rlbrbod Ch ChampagneSplem mp rne Spleni Idt Acr Acri
i
FIRST WAR MOVE BY JAPAN JAPANRUMOR JAPANRuuon I
t
1 1 ii iiRUMOR
RUMOR OF FLEET SENT SE T TO INTERCEPT INTER INTEnCEP Th TER TERCEPT ¬
CEPT CEP RUSSIAN RUSSIN WARSHIPS WARSUiPSMany f AlSUIPS AlSUIPSJlan j jMany i
Many Jlan Disquieting Dlqolftnl Reports RfPort Afloat MoatMoN MoatMoNlefl AfloatMoisoW MMMW MMMWRelieve 4 4Believes
Relieve lefl hostilitIes nOltlUN Have lave llefnn Depe DepeRoulan DegunIlte DegunIlteRussIan TUB TUBnnulan
RussIan Ambassador Is I I Atatn Alat In t Con Conrerenoe Conferfnc 4 4ferenoe
rerenoe ferfnc With wtt the te Japanese Jape Minister1 Minister1Spteiat lltler lltlerSIC Minister Minister8psC1J i iST
Spteiat SIC CabS Ca Diipatctin Datcl to Ttn TB Sow SowST 8t j
ST PETERSBURG PETRSBUR Nov 23 23A A semi aemlofficlal Iml Imlofcial i 1 1official
official ofcial news new agency has hl received relvo a despatch despatchfrom depth depthfrom 7 7froni
from Toklo communicating commuctl a 0 report rpr cur current c ¬ i 11 11rent
rent rnt there ther to tho effect efect that Japanese Japnee war warships warship ¬ 1 1ships
ships ship have gone to t prevent the Russian Russianwarships RUln RUlnwarbip j i iwarships
warships warbip Czarevitch Czrvlch and Bayan Dyn now bound boundfor bund bundror J t tfor
for Port Arthur Arhu from joining Jolnig the squadron squadronthere suan suanthere S Sthere
there thereLONDON 1
thereLNON LONDON LNON Nov 24 24DlquleUng 24DIsquieting Disquieting rumors rumonIn rmon rmonIn j jin
In reference retercne to t the For Fa East Et are ar published publishedfrom pubUbe C i ifrom
from various sources sourc These T0 reports rpr seem seemto sm smt r rto
to t gather a certain crtln significance signcnc from frm the theabsence theab0nc theabsence
absence ab0nc of any reliable rllblo authoritative authorittve state statement statemeat t ¬
ment concerning concrning tho actual aotul situation situationIn eltuaton
In addition additon to a St Petersburg Poerburg rumor rumorthat rmor rmorthat rumorthat
that Japanese warships arhips have hve been bon Bent Int to toIntercept toInterept tointercept
Intercept Interept two Russian RUln vessels ve8els bound hud for forPort forPort forPort
Port Arthur Arhur there ther Is I a reportfrom rprfrm Moscow Moscowwhich M08W M08Wwhich Moscowwhich
which says the belief belef is I growing gwig thatjhos thatjhostlllties thatlho thatihostiiities
tlllties tlles between betwen Russia Rula and Japan Japa in i some someform sme smeform someform
form or another aother have hve actually actuly begun bg and andRussia ad adRUII andRussia
Russia RUII Is I described desrbe as a showing showig signs sgs of ofnervous ornervous ofnervous
tension and extreme depressionwhich
nervous
ad exrmo depression depr8lonwhich V Vwhich
which frequently frquenty precede a moment moent of ofdecisive ofdeiive ofdecisive
deiive decisive action Itln in a national ntonal crisis crisisTho crlal crisisThu
Tho Toklo correspondent crrespndent of tho Daily DailyMail DalV DalVJlail 4 4Mail
Mail represents rprlnt the position psiton in i an unsatis unsatisfactory ults ultsfactor unsatisfactory ¬
factory factor light lght Ho says 8 it is i reported rpre that thatBaron tht thtBron thatBaron
Baron Bron de Rosen Hosn the Russian RUln Minister re recblved r nocliwed
cblved ched on Sunday Bundy a long and urgent ugent tele telegram Ie Iegrm ¬ tt ttgram
gram grm from St Petersburg Peterburg whereupon wherupn he hesent hesnt ° i isent
sent snt for Baron Brn Komura Komur Minister Miltr of Foreign ForeignAffairs Forig ForeignAffairs
Affairs Atllm It I is i believed bleved the despatch delptch re required requlNd ¬ iZc iZcquind
quired qulNd a reply which would woud be b sent 8nt after a aconference aconternc aconference
conference conternc between btween the two Ministers Ministersprobably Mlnitor Mlnitorproblhly Ministersprobably
probably on Monday MondayAccording MondayAcrding MondayAccording
According Acrding to the same sme correspondent correspondentM crspndent crspndentM
M Pavloff PavloJ tho Russian RURln Minister at Seoul Seoulhas Sul Sulh 4f 4fhas
has h sent ent another a not her note not e to the Cornea Crn Govern Government Gover Goverment Governmeat ¬
meat ment regarding re arlnj Yongampho Yonjampho declaring declaringthat decarng decarngthat declaringthat
that if I Corea Cre persists prits In opening opning that port portRussia pr portRussia
Russia Rusi will wi take tke action acton Corea Cor replied repliedthat rple repliedthat
that Russias Rls interference Interternc with wih the opening openingof opning opningot
of Yongampho was wn a violation violton of Coreas Coreassovereign Creal Crealsovereljn 1 1sovereign
sovereign sovereljn rights rlghI to which she strongly stronglyobjected stronglyobjpted stronglyobjected
objected objpted Corea Crea concurrently cncurnty sent word wordto wordto wordto
to the Japanese Japanes Minister llniter to t the thesame same sme effect effectPRINCESS efect efect11CESS effectPRINCESS
PRINCESS 11CESS GONE WITH WITI COACHMAN COACHMANDaughter COACI I IOaurhltr j jDaughter
Daughter Oaurhltr or Don 01 Carlos the Pretender Pretenderleaves Irrtrndtr Irrtrndtrlans 1 1leaves
leaves Hiifiuanil lu baud and Child ChildHpdal Cild Cildrlal Childdpcfai
Hpdal rlal Cable Despatch Drpalrl to THE SUN SUNBERLIN IIN IINBERL1N SLzBERLIN
BERLIN Nov 23 2 23Princess Princess Prlncl Alice Alc wife ol olPrince 01Princ ofPrince
Prince Princ Frederic of SchoenburgWalden SchoenburgWaldenburg
burg disappeared from tho Princes Princs castle castleat cstle cstleat castleat
at at Gaucrnitz near ner Meissen lelen Baxony on onNov onNov onNov fri
Nov 0 and no trace trc of her has been bfn found foundsince foundsinc foundsince
since sinc Her Ter coachman coachmn a young and hand handBomo hn hnsomo handsome
some man vanished vanlhe at the be same time tme and andit andIt andit
it is not doubted that tht they eloped elop as a it has hs hsbeen hasbeen
1 been learned lerne from reliable relable sources surc that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the relations relaton between btwon the thl couple cuple were werevery were weret weretvery
very intimate intimatePrincess Intmato IntmatoI J JPrincess
Princess PrlnoB Alice Alc who is a daughter of Don DonCarlos DonCarlos DonCarlos
I Carlos tho Pretender to the Spanish Spnih throne throneIs27 to torone rone roneIs27 t tls27
Is27 years old She was married mrried In 1897 and andhas andbls andline
has bls one anI son eighteen months old Her Ter sis sister sl etatsr ¬
ter Donna Elvira Ehlr eloped elopd some fome years year ago agowith agowih fi fiwith
with wih a painter pnlntr of tho name nme of Folchi FolchiPrincess FolchlPrincess FolehiPrincess I
Princess Alice Alc is u tall lal of dark com complexion cm cmplelon cornplexion ¬
plexion a 1 graceful grcful figure and vivacious vivacioustemperament vivacioustempramont vivacioustemperament
temperament tempramont She Sht was a prominent figure figurein fgure fgurein i
in the highest hljhest circles crcles in Munich Vienna Vien and andParis andParis c cParis
j
Paris 4
270 20 nilOWNEn IJOJIW IN J INDIA INDIAPalar 111 1111Ir INDIAPaler
Paler 1Ir River I ht r In Flood Iood mints nurll a Reservoir nriervolrNear tfnolr tfnolrNcar 53 53Near
Near Madras 3laclraqpecaI MadrasSpecial lalros lalrosSputal
Special pecaI Cable Ca lt Despatch Dfpalrllo to Tar Tz SON SN SONMAnnts I IMAHIUS IMADRAS
MADRAS Nov 23 2311e 23The Tlie Palar River RIer In Inthis Inthl8 Inthis
this presidency prsidency Is II In flood foQd Tho rising risingwaters risingwaters risingavaters
waters burst 11 rt a reservoir Ifryolr and 200 20 natives nativeswere nates nateswere nativeswere
were drowned drownedFRENCH drownedFnESCI drownedFREChI
FRENCH FnESCI FALL Ftl IN RATTLE RATTLECapt IlTTlE IlTTlECapt It4TTLECapt
Capt Mlllnt llot and Six Ix Men Itn Killed lilId by b the theTuaregs theTlartls theTtiaregs
Tuaregs TuaregsSpecial Tlartls TlartlsSput TtiaregsSpecial
Special Sput I Cnblf Detpjlch nplltl to THE SUN SUNPAnts SUNPARts Str StrPAnts
PAnts Nov No 23 23Adesptch 23A A despatch to the thl Journal Journalsays Journl JournlMYI Journalsays
says MYI a French Frlnch column hn hM l hen > cen engaged enlged In Ina InI Ina
a I fierce ferce fight with wih the Ttmregs Tlareg at ft Bir Br Alali AlaliIn Alal Alaliin
In Knnem French FInch Soudan Sudan The Te French Frenchtroop Frtnchtroopl Frenchtroops
troop troopl retreated after afer losing CaptMillot CaptMillotund apt Miol MiolIld Millet i iand
und Ild six tlx riflemen rllolen were wlre killed kied and twentysix twentysixoiliors twentYRlxmhor I Ioiuors
oiliors wounded woundedThreo woundedThree
mhor wen > wouldfd wouldfdTI
Three TI hundred hundrld Tuaregs Tua regR were frp killed klfd or orwounded orounde t twounded
wounded ounde It I IR tinted that thlt the Sultan Sulan of ofKanem atHonem ofRanem
Kanem was wa among the t hI killed killedEWARDMAN kild kild1XWAIlIJJUV killedEXW4bfIIAV H
1XWAIlIJJUV EWARDMAN RVN A 4 FENCE FENCETlionms FECETIionia EWlETlemu
Tlionms Tlemu Cleary Cllar Ulcer Arrested Arr rr for Receiving ReceivingLoot ReeeisingLoot rclhlnl
Loot From Irol Mortons Iorlon Storerooms StoreroomsThomas Slorrnonl SlorrnonlThoma StorernoniaThomas
Thomas Cleary Ilar leery Raid to have hle been 1en a Ten Tenderloin Tln Tlnderloln Tenderioln ¬
derloin wnrdman ward man once on now a saloonkeeper saloonkeepernt Rlioonkepr Rlioonkeprat
at Park avenue and Tenth street Itrpt Hoboken Hobokenwas Hohken Hohkenal
was al arrested arrllcd yesterday for receiving reclvlng stolen stolenRoods stlen stlengOOdH stolengooIs
Roods Tho police plo found tOllc bricabrac hrlcjIIac bric buac rugs nigsportieres nl rugsportRures R Rporl
portieres porl res and statuary and ono painting paintingnil paintng paintngal
nil al valued nt S3I 3000 in the apartments npnrtmenU over overhis overhis overbile
his saloon and at the homo of lila hl mother motherinliuv motherInln motherinlaw
inliuv Inln at 1109 10 Willow Wiow avenue nventioClpjiry nvennoCleary avenueCleary
Cleary waR arraigned arrlgnfd before hefor Recorder RecorderEdward Reordor ReordorFward RecorderEdward
Edward H Stanton and held hfld to await the thearrival thearrlLl thearrival
arrival arrlLl of extradition papers plplrs from from New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkTho YorkThe
The police pol co say sy that tht the stolen tolln articles articlescame artcl articlescame
came clme from frm the storerooms Ioreroomt of John P Mor Morton MorIon Morton ¬
ton at the foot of Thirtythird street slrt in this thiscity thisclt thiscity
city clt Prior Garnenu OarnllU Is II under Inder arrest here herefor hfrl herefor
for looting lootnj tho place placl Ho made mRdf frequent frequentvisits trfQuont trfQuontIRIIR frequentvisits
visits to Hoboken and detectives it Is Isalleged laalegl Isalleged
alegl alleged traced him to dearys Clears saloon with withthe withthC withthe
the thC stolen Ilolen goods goodsCleary goodsleery
leery Ipar admitted admited gool that be bought bu ht the th brio brionbrno hrr brieabrac
ohro nbrno and other othlr things from Garnenu but butinsisted butII1islr butinsisted
II1islr insisted that thlt the Ih man assured him that he heowned h hownpd heowned
owned them Ho II said aid oRurP he had been buying buyinggoods buyinggoo buyInggoods
goo goods from Oamoau since sinc Juno Jun last lastIVE lalt laltF lastFlEE
F FlEE IVE 1E WOMEN UOIE MADE LAWYERS LAWYERSin LAJTEnS LAJTEnSAn
An in Unusual tIu8111 Number Nlmhtr for One Appellate Appellatentunlnn Ap AppellaicfllisIon lalt
ntunlnn Dhllnn Clan ClanTho ClassThe rai raiTo
The To Appellate Appellte Division Dlvl lon of the Supreme Supremeiourt Suprme SuprmeCurt SupremeCourt
Court Curt made fullfledged tulfed e lawyers lawer out of
137 37 law Ilw students studentl yesterday 3lstorday Included Include in inhe Inthe inthe
the claps ca 1 were five fe young women an un unrecedented u unprecedented
pr precedented > recedented dente number numbr In a claw clawThey cll classThey s sThCy
They ThCy were Mips MI I Linda Dows Dowl Miss Mll Rosa Resanond R Rosamouid
nond O Garland Miss Mil Helen K Hoy H Miss Misslllan MissIllian
lllan S Newmark and Miss Emma H HJptrrj HIiegg
Iiegg Jptrrj JptrrjAmong
Among the men were Anthony A V Vjourkit Vflourko
jourkit brother of Assemblyman J P Ptourkn PBourko
tourkn Charles Bates Dana C W Grell Grellmrl GrellCharles J
Charles mrl Tllford Green A J McClure and andunmet antIErninet
unmet Cuthbort Hamilton Presiding hue Jusire huetics
tics ire Vnn nii Brunt made the usual address of ofonKratulatlon ofcongratulation
congratulation and admonition to the new newJiwyers newlawyers
lawyers and their names wore then en enolle enrelied
relied reliedfile olle < l lnir
file IIKAU nia all Turkish Clcarettes tt UnlTl UnlTlijar UuItlCigar
Cigar ijar Stores Co We save you money mouieydi ill
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