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TAKE SANTO DOMING DOMINGInsurgents DO DOMINGOInsurgents MINfO MINfOInsurgents
Insurgents Enter Capital Cpial With Without Without Without
out Opposition Opposition1os
Oppsitop r rPS fWOS
PS 1os Y 1 OIL OL ON GERMAN WARSHIP WARSHIPPresident W WARSIIIPPtesident ARSDIPPresi
President Presi ent Only Seven Sven Months MonthsJiminer Months1mine Month5flminez
Jiminer 1mine May Succeed Suced Him HimBoumrlt H HI HfUBUUltCIt
Boumrlt I ULHI Urntly Urad 10 Recognize the Net Netocmnirnt YewUoeruflcnt n nHormnlrnt
ocmnirnt When lrn hcn It I ftcttnres nrAtort Crdrr CrdrrWi Order Orderw11 Irde IrdeTTIll
TTIll Wi Hold Iold It I to the Aurcrmenls Madi Madimill 3lacIeulfil Iadc IadcI
mill I I Is l by h 1 the he Wos o y G11 ill a Ailmlnlstra Ailmlnlstralinn Adllnistra AdllnistratnnArhlraton AilnilntqtraItonArtHratInn
tnnArhlraton ItonArtHratInn linn Arbitration of Die Ile Claims laIDI of at atAmerican an anAarrlrln anAtrerienn
American Aarrlrln Company olllln One fnr or the tht Issuer Issuerfflnl IImr8 IImr8Srldl ItiiiesrreII
Srldl fflnl ruble dht fjripilfi TJIth la Thy Tnr sex sexFrom srxFr SvxFrnni
From Fr r Tut TI SUN Corrcipondtnl torrondtnt nt II Sinto Domtrgo DomtrgoSANTO JonltrI JonltrISASTO Iorntg3SMTo
SANTO JJoMWCio iO oM1Noo INOO CITY Nov Xo 24 24The 24Theoernmnt Tin TinGovernment ThoolCrnmpnt
Government olCrnmpnt BUrrendered urrelderpd to tot the he Insurgent hllurglnt InurgentRIt i iat A Aat
at 10 oclock this thi morning moring after afrr defending defendinfthe defendingIhl
the Ihl th capital rlplRI for two weeks Presldcnl PresldcnlVos PreRldlnt PreRldlntWON PreRidentWo
WON Wo y y Gil 01 and his hi ministers mlniAtert took tok refug refugon rlfugo rlfugoon rftigeon
on a 1 German rrman warship In the harbor before befonthe beCoroth
the th victorious Iciorioul insurgents in tirgentB entered the city cityDuring ct ctDuring cityIhiring
During the armistice nrmltlc the President Preident had hacoffered hadolrrPI hadofferrd
offered olrrPI to resign rrllgn If the Insurgents Inurent would wouldput wouldput ould ouldpil
put the government loermclt in the hands of four fouiCabinet fourabine fourabnet
Cabinet abine officers olcf but Ut this was ns rejected rejeed and andthe andIhe andthe
the firing fring was Wn resumed rlumo The Government Governmentwas Goverment Govermentwas
was In financial flielal difficulties difclie and decided to togive togie togive
give up the Ft Itruggle ItruggleAl niggle niggleAll ruggleMi
All Al the consulates consulte except exclpt that thlt of the theUnited thelnilt he heinitet
United lnilt States are Ire strongly guarded guardedA guardedGermn
A German erman steamer today landed her herenrgo herrlo hertargo
enrgo rlo under the guns gun of the German war warhip warship ar arhip
ship hip
WjisniNOTOv WARnSOTON Nov XO 24 2The Tho Stato De Department Deprlrrnt D DpartTnent ¬
partment prlrrnt got a I telegram tonight from fromV tromW
W V I Powell Powel United Unie States 8tatts Charg dAf dAffdlres dA dAffnire
fdlres at Santo Domingo City Ciy dated yes yesterday yesterday es estrca ¬
terday trca stating Attlng that the Government GOlrnment had hodagreod hadIr hadsgred
agreod Ir to capitulate clpltulato the city cty today todayThe todIY todIYThe todayThe
The result rcult of the revolution revolutol Is I h of tho thogreatest thogreateRt thegreatest
greatest consequence cOlsequenc to the United Unie States StatesA
A few weeks wtelR ago the insurgents Ilsurgents served Rerve notice noticeon notc notcII
and also notified notifiedCharge1 notifiedCharg
on II tho Government Goverment ailo notlp1 notlp1Charg
Charg dAffalres d Alalres Powell Powel that thlt they the would wouldnot wouldnot ould ouldnot
not recognize rgnhm agreements thereafter tlrtter made madoby maee maeeby madeby
by the de jure jue authority of the republic republicSubsequently rpuhlc rpuhlcSubequentt republicSibequentt
Subsequently Subequentt Mr r Powell Powel made an arrange arrangement arnge arngement arrangemeat ¬
ment with President Wos y v Gils GIH adminis administration admintsration dmlnll ¬
ration trton to submit to arbitration arhlmtlon the th long longpending longpndlng tongpending
pending pndlng claim ellm of the Santo fanto Domingo Im Improvement Improvement liiiprovemont ¬
provement Company Compll an In American Amrlon organi organization organizton organizatlon ¬
zation zton and at the time of Wos y Gils GIs over overthrow o overthrow 11 11throw ¬
throw Mr Powell Powel was pressing for a settle settlement lettle lettlement settlemeat ¬
ment of other American Amerran claims caim This ThisGovernment ThisOoverment ThisOovernment
Government Ooverment will wi not permit prllt the new au authority nuthoIty ¬ I Ithoty
thority In Santo Domingo to repudiate repudiatearrangements rpudiate rpudiatearrlements reimdlategrrngements
arrangements arrlements thoty made mde with wUhthe the Wos y Oil OilGqvernnient 01 OilCo
Gqvernnient Gofern Co oin n II J will Jt flt insist inilt that hat these theseAccording thesoa theeegementsb
a gementsb mM l cmeot jfedout jfedoutt
I According Aring ccordtngtoarecentrPortt0the117 ccordtngtoarecentrPortt0the117Department to a 1 recent rnt report rpr to t the Nwy NwyDepartment N
Department the revolution reolu 11 had Its 18 founda foundation toundaton fnndation ¬
Deprmrt the of Gen GenMorales OenlorlE aenMoralce
tion In disappointment dllappolntment on part pr
ton Morales lorlE Governor Goeror of Puerto Pero Plata In fall falling tai failing ¬
ing to feciire elrp ct1rP a 1 Cabinet Cahlnlt office olc With other othermalcontents otherOalonlnt8 othernialoontents
malcontents Oalonlnt8 he h organized oranlze the insurrection insurrectionIt Inureton InuretonI
It I has hal been bln paid that the basis bl18 of the in insurrection insuretIon insurrection ¬
surrection suretIon was an agreement alreement by b the Was W0 y yOil yal yIii
Oil al Iii ministry mlnl tr to sell fl Somana mana Bay By to tho thoInitfd thorn thoInited
Initfd rn m States Statl8 but the State Department Departmentdenied Deprmlnt Deprmlntcrpd Departmentdenied
denied crpd that there thlre was wa any nn such agreement agreementor
or II even pIln any al recent reent offerof lfibf that character characterKefinr charcter charcterIptr characterer
Kefinr Iptr er Gnlvan Minister lnlst r of Foreign Jurelgn Affairs Affairsunder Ale Affairsunder
under Wos y Oil Oi is I on his way to the United UnitedSlates Unite UnitedStates
Slates Srat for the th purpose plrplot purpoeof of offering olerng to sell Bei lI or orlease orIla orIase
lease Ila E Samana Bay Ba Of course CUTe this thi Gov Government 00 00Nlnlnt Goveminent ¬
eminent Nlnlnt will 1 not now treat trlat with him himVon himy
Von 1 y Gil evidently eihly hoped hOp1 that he could couldtorure culd culdIrure couldecure
torure Irure the thl assistance aMi tano of r the United Unie States Statesin
in n suppressing Iupprefslnp the Insurrection In8urrlcton by offering offeringfcrmnna olorng olorngIrmana offeringmnna
naval coaling station stationAs stationAs
fcrmnna Irmana mnna Bay for a cmlng Rtaton
As 8 soon as al Mr Ir Powell P WJ reports repr8 that the therevolutionists therevolutioniRtR therevolutionists
revolutionists are in control cntrol and have haveestablished lae laetablshe haveetablished
of main maintaining maintaining maintaming
established tablshe a government goerment capable ¬
taining order this th Government Governllnt will w recog recognize rPop recogrIza ¬
nize rize the new IlW authority authoritySertor authorlt authoritySe
Sertor Se 101 or Manuel llnuol Galvan Dominican Consul ConsulGeneral COIRul COIRulCeneral Consuleneral
General Ceneral when informed infonmo lost lat night at his hishome hil hilhon1 hishone
home hon1 of the surrender 8urrnder of his Government Governmentvas Ooormlnt Ooormlntwas
and refused to tomake tonlaw toniaho
was very ery much depressed depr80 rerusd
make nlaw any alv statemoht statt1meht But Sefior Snor J N Niiordani NIiordanl Niordani
iiordani confidential cnfdental agent here here for tho thode thoch timl
de l facto government goerment was happy and quite quitewilling quie quiellnp quitetiling
willing llnp tiling to talk He said saidThough Ild IldThough saidihough
Though I have no official oOcial news newl 1 have havebeen hlo hlohn havehftIl
been expecting fXpctlS a report of the revolutions revolutionstriumph rloluloll rlolulolltrumph revolutionsrIiimph
triumph trumph for some me time tme We could ruld have havewon haowon havewon
won before bfof this thil It I was our consideration considerationfor consideratol consideratolfor
the theHelit thetht thethlit
for life le and property that prolonged
Helit tht To have carried carietl the fight fght into Santo SnntoDomingo SantoIlomlngo Santolomingo
Domingo City Ciy would have resulted rpsuled in a aterrible nIrriblo aterrible
terrible loss lol of life o and Ind to avoid Ivoid this 111 we wewaited wewalte wewaitd
waited walte for the Government Gowrlltit to surrender surrenderThe 8urrendprThe surrenierIlje
The overthrow of Iho government of ofPresident ofPrlldent ofPrtMdent
President Alejandro Wos y lit GI by the therevolutionists thereolutonlst lie lieevolutloaists
revolutionists reolutonlst after ICer a conflict cnfict of just jltt a amonth alonth aiionth
month lonth came cmo as IR a great surprise surprle to local localDominicans 101DomlnirnR localflominieans
Dominicans who were the partisans prtfnl of ofHie ofthe ofthe
the administration admlnltmton It I was believed belevell that thatHie thatthe thatthe
the President Prclident hnd an army arm largo lrpe enough enoughmiccewifully Iuou enotighsticcesfully h hCCful
miccewifully CCful to cope with wih any uprising uprisingVos uprlHingOR
Vos OR y Gil GI iii hail been brn the constitutional constitutionalInMldent constltulonnl constltulonnlIrldent constitutionalIretident
InMldent Irldent of Santo Hlnto Domingo only seven sevenmonths Sven SvenIlonthl sveitiiionths
months Ilonthl He led le a revolution roolutol against againstPresident ngalnstPr againstPresident
President Pr > dcnt VnHquez YnKqu07 asquiez who had come into intopower IntoIOWl1 1110power
power IOWl1 by ly overthrowing overthrwing the administra administration alhulnlHtmill ¬
tion I ill in of Gen Jiminez Jlmhlp7 Wos y Gil Gl who whons whoIns whonM
Ins ns formerly formerl Consul General Genlml here had hadMrved haclIrP hailtrved
Mrved omo FOle years renr ago ns head of the thl Gay Government Go Gayrilinent ¬ I
ernment IrP rmenl and made a capable capblo and nllluccsRrul nllluccsRrulnlcal successful successfulofficial successfulftleial
official nlcal So 10 when the news came care of a nmvolt arIolt ar
mvolt r ° volt started Htartl In Puerto Plata by I Gen Genarlos Oel OelaroA GeitUarlos
Oil had made madeGovernor madeocrnor madeovernor
arlos Morales whom Wos WOI y Gi
aroA
Governor ocrnor of that State it was a8 regarded regartld as asn al alI asII
n I mere llre sectional ApCti0111 affair afair without wihout national nationalimportance natonal natonalimportance nationalimportance
importance But the movement 10mnt grew in inKtrength intrrn6th inh
h strength and before President PrCidelt Wos y 3 Oil Oilhud ni lii liihail
hud time to organize his government governmentproperly gonllent gonllentprperl goveilulnentiroperIy
properly he Is deposed depo ed by men Ipn he had hadBefriended hadIprrllnde had4frIentled
Befriended BefriendedCien Iprrllnde 4frIentledn
Cien fn n Morales MorlC who Vi started Htartetlho tho lie revolution revolutionfen revolutiol revolutiolliel i5volut ion ioneti
liel fen eti Jlmlnez a former President lrldplt now with withhp wih wihhI wit Ii Iilip
hp hI Insurgents and Ind Gen Vasquez Valquc7 who whoueoceded whouiccIcj
ueoceded 110 Jiminez are mentioned as can candidates CII catifor ¬
didates for President with Jlmlnex most mostlilsplv mOlt mOlthld mostikely
hld lilsplv to 0 be chosen Ch08pl Ho was formerly formlly a am aIwrch auuierch
Iwrch uuierch m Jo t in this clt city Wos Y GI 11 il made madehim nuiclejim
him fiscal fclagent agent to thin thi country cuntr and Europe Europeiih Jurope Juropellh Europewith
with iih a salary elal of cf 112000 SO 12000 ns ai a bribe brib to keep keepl krp krplm keephni
l lm hni > m out of Santo Snto Domingo but blt Jiminez JiminezI Jlnlne7 Jlnlne7I Jinineziigneij
I iigneij ignedand ilne and returned reture South SouthIlnrnelti Southluntl Southllnrnett
Ilnrnelti Extract of VanllU VanllUI nll nlld
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linlllmnrr lallmnrt 1ITIIWrW ft Ohio Oh tMllrniirt Halma < 7 i I1 1 M ojlMr ojlMrMi
Mi 1 Mim vfsiltmlfd ionchfv oaht Pullman Jllman HIPd l j
H I 4 o Ticket C 1bIJt Offices om No o S Astor stor House 431 43 and andIMII AD AD1JllrodyAd
IMII 1JllrodyAd 1JllrodyAdI Iiro l y AUt
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I FIRED FIllD OX 0 A 4 CLYDE CI1DI LINE IIn SHIf SHIfDominican 5111 511110mlnlan sjiiiIoflhInen
Dominican 10mlnlan Rebels nrlrl Maid Hall They The 1 Mistook llook Her Herfor Jrr Jrrror Herfor
for a Gunboat GunboatThe GunboatThe GunboatThe
The Clyde Line steamer New York ar arrived arrive arrived ¬
rived rive horo yesterday yesteray from trm Dominican Dominicanports Dminican Dminicanprt Dominicanporti
ports prt at atoneof one of which Samann Smana the ho steamer steamerwas steamerI steamerwas
was fired fr upon by the Insurgents Insurgentl The TheNew ThoNew TheNew
I New York touched at nil al the other ports prtR of ofthe orI ofthe
I the Island iland without wihout being molested although althoughat
at tho capital capial Santo Domingo sho was wasexposed WMopRd wasexposed
exposed opRd to the firing frng between the Govern Government U vern vernmeat ern ernmeut
meat and Insurgent forces forcesTho forceKTho forcesThin
Tho Now York was entering the bay by of
Samana at 4 oclock In tho morning moring on
Nov No n 1 when n shot was fired frd clone to the theship thoship theshIp
ship from frm the insurgent inAurgont fort ror col Capt apt Mar Marmion Marmion Marmion
mion of the New York told this thll about It Ityesterday Ityesterny ityesterday
yesterday yesterdayWo yesterny
Wo were wer entering entern thin west channel channelabout rhannpIbout channelabout
about Ibout 4 oclock In the morning 10rnlnj and I was wasstanding wat wasstanding
standing on tho bridge hridjc when wlln I hoard Ilard a areport l areport
report rprt and a shell Rhll whistled whlHtltd over my head
The channel Is very ery narrow nnrrw and the shore shorerises Ihuro IhurorllpR shorerises
rises rllpR into a high hllh bluff Illul I never nell knew that thatbluff thlt
bluff blul to bo fortified forild before bfror In all al niv 1 uuu ex experienco rxperlenco OXperlenco
perlenco with wih Dominican revolutions revolutionsbut rovoluit ovoluton ovolutonbut Ions Ionsbut
but learned leared Inter Ilter that the tie insurgents insurgfntt had hadtwo hadtwo hadtwo
two guns up there thereIt
It was wa impossible for them thlm to hit us usbecause Ih
because boaul they wore W so 1 far above 11 > They Theymight Theymight lheymight
might have blown blowl off ol the top of the lii smoke smokestack RIOkp RIOkpRtlck stuinkestack ¬
stack Rtlck nothing more 10r I pretended that I Ihad
had understood the shot hot for a white falute and nndordered andorderd andordered
ordered orderd the lie quartermaster quarterlaRte to blow bloW three threowhistles thnoVdtStpA threewhistles
whistles VdtStpA Then wo went wen t In ns fast as 11 wo wocould wucould wecould
could because hecaule the channel challel was WRI too narrow narrowto
to turn nrourid nrouridWhen nrund nrundWhen amuridhien
When hien Capt Mnrmion Irlion arrived arrpd at lt Snmnna Snmnnaand Hamnnl Sainanaand
and later at Sanchez Hnlrhlz he h filed fll a protest protestwith Ilrolll lirotestwith
I with the t he
Insurgent iIRnr iovernmeiit He
lt OOlrnlelt was wastold wastold wastOll
told that his hif Mearner lnlwr had been mistaken miakcn
for one of the thueDonuinican Dominican Duminlcin gunboats gunboatsMARSH gUlhontA gUlhontAU4RSI gunboatsI4IfSi1
MARSH U4RSI ESTATE Jntr Es7 ITI SAVES 84 J IIS S ISJHIIOO ISJHIIOOJustice otooo otoooIustl 2OOOIIItIee
Justice Iustl Marcan Sas la8 Iluyler Arteil Ire Hut HutPar tlo tloPat liii liiiPart
Par Pat of a Thief and a Fraud FraudOOSHEN Ira FraudIOBIIEN 11 11OmmEN
OOSHEN Nov NrH 21 21JuRlco 24Justice Justice Marenn IRrell pre presided prlAide presided ¬
sided Aide at a special Ipecial term of court cOUll In Goshcn Goshcntoday OOlhon OOlhontodl ohuciutoday
today todl at which hleh i an action acton was WIS brought by l lJohn
John J Iluyler ns executor rXlcutor of the tie estate estateof estateof I Iof
of Luther n Marsh Innh onco Daniel Webs ns hs era erapartner Irs Prspartner
partner and afterward aftorarl victim vlctll of Ann AnnODella AnnODela AnnODeila I
ODella ODela Dii Dls Dies < Debars Deharf spook picture Icturefrudl phcturtufrauds phcturtufraudsagainst frauds fraudsagainst
against the executors eXPutorR of tho estate talo of ofClarissa ofClarlssa
Clarissa ClarlRla J J Huyler HuylerTho HuylerThe HuylerThe I
The suit involved Ilvohlr 20000 200 the amount Imoult of offour orfour offour
four insurance inlurancl policies polcpH and lnd accrued acrufd interest intereston
on the life le of Mr Month nnd which wlch had hadbeen hadhrn hadbeen
been hrn mado over by ly him to Mrs Huyler Huylershortly JIlel JIlelHhorth hIuyieishortly
shortly before his death dlnth The executors executorsof fxeuton
of her estate Olatp alleged alpgp1 that Ihlt the transfer trnsflr was waslegitimate waslegitimate
legitimate IIgiimatl and ald the hue plaintiff plnlntlt alleged allltl Hint Hintundue thlt thltundle thattindtio I
undue undle Influence Infuence had been hlln used usedMr IHld iisetiMr I
Mr lr Marsh during eurln the Ih last la 1 years P T of his hislife hislife
life lived led with wih tho Huyler Hlyler family flmiy in Mid Middletown Middietown 1
dletown and Mrs Huyler who was W a medi ¬ I
um tim had great grlnt influence Infuencq over him himi himWhen hiiiuiWhen
i When Huylnr took the stand to testify trty trtyfor testifyfor
1 for the plaintiff plalnlll he ht said that on the I hI morning mornlnpof 10rlinj
of the day cay that the tht policies polcel were transferred transferrecho t ransfcrredho
ho accompanied acorpanltl his wife Ife to the I he room roor of Mr MrMarsh MrMash fr frfah
Marsh and there twre the hue woman womal went into a atrance atrance atrance
trance She said Ild that there was wa a tre tremendous tremendous ¬
mendous uproar uprar among nmolg the spooks and that thatall thatal thatall
all al were greatly displeased diplease with Mr lr Marsh Marshbecause Marh Marhb Marshbeaauiseptlila
because b beaauiseptlila phlsQIlriaoy crliis obstinacy in refusing reCu lng to totrans totranserthe trans transferthi tran
ferthi felte policies plcle to Mrs Im Iluyler IluylerMr luylpr luylpr1r ILuyherMr
Mr 1r Marsh Mal ho said ploadedwith pad ihhef her for fora
a little time tme as bin h will 11 was WR made m1le out and andho andhA andhA
hA would have to change chalge It In order to trans transfer tranH transfor ¬ I Ir
for r r the policies polcleR to her Rho told tolr him how however howor howevEur ¬
ever or to go at onco across acrof the street Rtrft to tho thoold thoold ho hoold
old long Ionp haired lawyer and ni have tho thochange thochane thechange
change made Mr Marsh wont and nnl while whilehe whlo whlohe whilehe
he was Wa gone Mrs 11lnylerluid Huyler said to her husband husbandthat hURbald hURbaldthat huisbandthat
that they t would get pet all al the t he old mans money moneyJustice monoyJnAtc moneyJustice
Justice JnAtc Marean waited waied to hear no 10 more moretestimony moretctmony moretestimony
testimony testimonyThis tctmony testimonyThis
This man he hf said Rlld noted nctCI the part pat of a athief athiet athief
thief and a 1 fraud when wlen lie assisted his wife wifeto wlroto wifeto
to obtain possession PORpAlon of these thel policies policiesJustice poletf peiletesJustice
Justice Mnrean MRrEan said that that ho would ould decide decidetho dpcdo dpcdotho decidetluo
tho case cl e in favor flur of the Marsh estate estateWEAVERS eHttoHFllRS estateHE4
WEAVERS HFllRS HE4 VERS HOW ml WITH U1 WI Til DURHAM DURHAMTlie IWIIU IWIIUTie In ItIlt ix ixTime
Time Tie Fortytwo Worth Ulrd Leaders Irders 1lrdce JII Suit Suitport SII SIIrort Siitport
port to the tie Party Iat Iloss IlossPHILADELPHIA 10 IIo IIoPiulLADELrIIIA i iPuLDELIIA
PHILADELPHIA PuLDELIIA Nov XO 24 Z 24The The break Irl < 1 In Infriendly Infriendly infriendly
friendly political poliical relations between betwel Mayor MayorWeaver Jaror JarorWe MayorWeaver
Weaver We Yer nnd Israel IsmII Durham tho Republican Republicanmachine Rlpuhlean Rlpuhleanmachine Repuiblkanmachine
machine boss has aroused wldespn ad
his nrule wlelMfr ut uttentlon ut attention
tention tentlonYou tentionYou tentionYou
You must retain retin Davidson as lS Receiver Receiverof Hlcplor Hlcplorof
of Taxes Taxe or Ill Il veto eto your loan bill bi is II i the theposition Ihf he heposition
position pORiion of the Mayor MIor in his dealings dcnllgH with withthe wih wihthe uuitiuthe
the Republican Hepuhlcn organization organizationVeto or anI7tion anI7tioneto
Veto eto thu loan bill hi and Ild well w1 ohl put it itllirouch Ittlro itthroughu
llirouch tlro h Councils Coulcl over your our veto lo and nld put putDavidson putDavidson putJavidon
Davidson out anyway anvwa Is II the retort of tho thopolitical thopltcl thepolitical
political leaders leadersDurham lrdel leadersDurinun
pltcl Durham Durhamlid suid tonight that all al of the forty fortytwo fortytwo fortytvo
two ward wlrd leaders Iah had pledged plplgp their the support supportto tupporttu
to the organization urganl7tlol candidate cndidate State Sen Senator tieuiatom I ¬
atom ItUI Bcrkelbnch lrkelbnch I have ha e no hesitancy IIlalo In Insaying II iiisaying
saying Mylnl that Berkelbaeh Jerkelbah will wil be nominated nominatednnd nOlllat1 nOlllat1Rnd
and elected electtI added add < l Mr Ir Durham DurhamRegarding DurhnmHfglrdlll EuirtuninItegitriiuig
Regarding Hfglrdlll a 1 report that the Mayor llyor ended endedyestenlays umiedyesterdays ndo ndoCterdad
yesterdays Interview with wih Diirlinm by byordering bvordering byordering
ordering him from his office ufke Mr 11 Durham Durliamsaid Durhmnnil Durhamsaid
said nil
saidThat That is just the opposite oppolite of the truth truthHe trtitiulie mthII
He II asked Fkedme me to stay longer 101 gel und In1 discuss cl the themutter timemliii
mutter mliii t or further furtheri
11111
1 i RAYMOXDS n111I1 HOUSE IWLF itoniiKD itoniiKDWlfr IWllW IWllW1t IIOI1it1IWile
Wile 1t of the tie lie Inner uu ncr of y anlne piithimeie nllne Store lnRis lnRisHttOO IO ioi II s stOO
HttOO 100 tOO Worth Worll orfli of Irwelrj IrwelrjSTAMFORD lnHlr lnHlrSTA lrsmIr lrsmIrSTAMFOIID
STAMFORD STA ImRV Conn COII Nov 21 2tThe The house hous of ofJames ofJaml ofJaTOLS
James I J Itaymnnd 11 1 old tho t ho owner ol r of Yuntines Yuntinesstore anln1 anln1Itora ajit limes limesstore
store Itora In II New o York orll was 11 entered cntlrtu by robbers robberslast rohl rolduerslast > rt
last night while whlo the I h Iii family faml was wa at It dinner dinnerand dinnerand dinnerand
and jewelry lwel to the I ht lie value of J9K 9OJ was WI taken takenEntrance 1111 t akenEntrance
Entrance Eltrance was gained gailed to t o Mrs Irl Raymonds Raymondsbedroom luloll lulollbdruom llayi000lsbedroom
bedroom bdruom on 01 the lie necond 1cOIII htory from frol a bul bulfony hii hiilony intlOn
fony On The hl jewelry j wclr which won WI stolen Itolel was wasIn Wit wasin
In II the dresser dTcr Among Amonf tho articles IrlcH taken takenwere Ilkl Ilklwerp takenwere
were a 1 gold watch wltch and 11 chain several 1lrl dia diamond 111 diitinoiid ¬
mond Iold studs Hlld gold bracelets Irllet K and Ind several severalpearls t1erl t1erlptlrlK severaliaris
pearls pearlsAfter ptlrlK
ptlrlKfpr After fpr dinner dillr Mrs Irl Raymond Humoll went weltlp upstairs upstairsto toirt
to t 0 her h r room and was surprised HurprMd to t u find 1111 the thedoor I ho hoduI liedoor
door duI door locked on 01 the inside Inlide When hen tim tm door doorwas doorWRt doorwas
was WRt forced fnr d open 01 it was evident uvidcn at once that thatburglars th thatburglars t tblrgllrH
burglars blrgllrH had hit been htn in il the room It I Is be believed b behioved ¬
lieved lon that they the were scared crpd off of by n maid maidwho mlid mlidwho maidwho
who was W 1 in i the til room room above Ihove and therefore thereforethey thlreoro thlreorothey thereforet
they t did not get ns much as al they t were after afterGiiAii uflr uflrmfMI aft pr prGift
GiiAii Gift B ran FOl REAL MOXEV MOXEVOut 10RL 10RLrlt 11IVI 11IVIeit
Out rlt eit Falls lal8 on In the til Curb lrl In the III irrrnr Irrlnp Cnpiirr CnpiirrCrowd olllr olllrrod cipher cipherrouu
Crowd CrowdThese rod rodThp8e rouu Ii Iilhieso
These are dull dul and unprofitable Inproftlhle unproilt uululo days dlt on onthe unthl onthe
curb market and the sight sightof sightof
the thl Broad street Iud thl fllht fllhtof
of real rAl money monl is 1 > n lllxury luxury not often of tel enjoyed enjoyedby enjoldby
by the hue brokers brokcl It was wa not lot surprising surprisingtherefore tlprIRlnp sturprisingtherefore
therefore t that when whel somebody cmthody dropped droPPllcent n ncent acent
cent in tho Greene lne Consolidated ConFldalml Copper Coppercrowd lopper Coppercrowd
crowd crwd yesterday eFlerdn afternoon nflerlon there was a awild I Iwid awild
wild and excited scramble crnmll for it i Tho sue successful suecesaful ¬
cessful wid prul anl grab RTb exciod was made by a broker lrkr whose whosesight wlot whosesight
sight was rendered rtndtred more tlmn IhlllllRly t miii usually keen keenbv lall kochliv
bv b the aid aie of a pair of brilliantly hrliantly polisned polisnedglasses polli polisimedglasses
glasses Hisjoywasshort HIRjo wa8RhorlvtI wasshort lived however how > pr for foras rorat foras
as he us was walin In tho t lie net of grasping prnlplng the I hue coveted covetedprize coelf C0ei cci cciprize
at prize prl7e his hl glasses gla tumbled from his nose 10fl and andwere nndwerl andwere
were werl broken by h 1 the 110 t lie feet of his hil fellow felow brokers brokersTo hrokpn brokersTo
To a sympathetic Impathtt Ie inquirer IIulrr hp h explained Ixplallt11 that thathe thatI
< he I transaction tTnl cllon had netted nltld him a loss 10Hi of offnarTrnck orSI79
SI79 179
fnarTrnck nor T Xc ic for r December DecemberJUM Pem br brII
JUM II nut IUI dill lul iii of Interest t flte tCI beautifully tsauiti auUlulr Jr 111111 Illiiilralrd 111 I ihult lald laldtnl rand randG
6 ccnta tnl A ropy rob I al t iifwclfnlfr ntwodrlt iueuuc1eaiersAdC <
ODELL SEES SEESTHE THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTTIIO PRESIENT PRESIENTTWO
TWO TALKS AXD t n A 4 mIR WITH WITHILATT JflflJLtTT
ILATT IJTT AXD 4I DlXX DlXXTook DlVVTook flfNXTook
Took the lie Midnight ldnlKht Train frall for New IW York Yorko iorkNo ork orkXo
Xo o Ilrleki Irleks Flylnc Jlns Around routil but a aHarmonious aHlrmonlols aIiarmuunioui
Harmonious Hlrmonlols Gathering Says Col 01 Dunn DunnKarly Dunnrl DunnIariy
Karly rl State Convention onnnton IHicussexl IHicussexlWASIIINOTON lculed lculedWASUNOTON IhIcuuNtVAsi1lNoTo
WASIIINOTON WASUNOTON Nov XO 24 24The The conference conferenceon cnrerenc
on political poltcal affairs nalrA in the State of New NewYork NewYork NowYork
York which was wat begun bgn at the White Whit House Houseyesterday Housottrday Rouseyesterday
yesterday when Senator > atr Platt and Col ColGeorge ColGeorge ColGeorge
George W Dunn took tok luncheon luncheol with wlt the thePresident thePresident I IPrtldent
President Prtldent was continued cOItnuod tonight when whenMr whenMr whenMr
Mr Roosevelt Uoseolt had the same Bme gentlemen gentlemenas gentemen gentemenas
as his IH guests glet at dinner recnforced rPnrorcd by Gov GovOdell GovOdel GovOdell
Odell OdellThe Odel OdellThe
The Governor arrived nrrled In Washington Washingtonthis Washingtn Washingtnthis
this afternoon nfprnoon in response rtponf to t the Presi Presidnnts PrtRI PrtRIdentR Presltients
dnnts invitation Imitaton and went to tho White WhiteHouse Whit WhiteHouse
House HouRt where ho had a half hours hOlrR talk talkwith talkwith lk lkwih
with wih Mr Jlr Roosevelt shortly shortl before blfore 4 oclock oclockThe oclockhn oclockrho
The hn dinner Ilnnor party part tonight broke up about
10 oclock oclok Senator Snalor Plait Plat and Col Dunn Dunnreturned DunnIltlrld DunnrctulrncI
returned Iltlrld to tho Arlington Arlngol Hotel 1otl1 but tho thoGovernor thoGoveror thedovernor
Governor Goveror remained rmained to have hc1 a further rurhlr talk talkwith talkwih talkwith
with wih the President Prlident Mr Ir Odoll Odol wont dl directly dlrlI dlreetly ¬
rectly rlI from the he White hite House HOII to lake the themidnight themldlight thenultimulght
midnight mldlight train t for New York YorkSenator YorkSnntor YorkSenator
Senator Snntor Platt Ilat did not talk about what whattook whattook whattook
took place nt the White House 1ouI conference conferencebut confernc
but Col Dunn gave pave out that the talk with withthe wih wihtu withthe
the tu President Pndlnt was wat highly hlrhly satisfactory ItlAfletor from fromevery fromeII fromOury
every eII point of view viewIt Ie Iea iew iewIt
It was Wi a very ory pleasant mleauiut and hftrmo harm0110ul harm0110ulathering loiis loiisGathering otis otisgathierimug
Gathering said he There 1llr was a liono lionoof 10no 10noof one oneof
of those tho 1 bricks hriels flying fying around aroun that some somefolks somefollR somefolks
folks follR have ha1 Ixen talking talkllR about aboutThere aboutTher aboutThere
There Ther seems RPnl to be 15 n I general glntral Idea ide that thatthis thatt
this t hi his dinner dlnlcr was given for the purpose plrR PUrPo of pro promoting proInot promot ¬
moting mot big harmony Iarmon in the Republican Ipublcn organi organization organition organi7atlon ¬
zation tion in il New ow York There isnt going poing lo lobe tobe 04 04be
be any 11 lack of ff harmony and and there isnt isntnny lnt lntni isntnny
nny ni trouble about aholt the Republican Rpuhlcnn party partygetting pary paryRpling partygetting
getting Rpling together 10lthr next year par for a victory victorythroughout victorythrouigiiouit Ictor Ictorthroulholt
throughout throulholt the I hI State StateSensational StntcRenlliional Stat StatSetismitionni
Sensational Renlliional reports that Senator Platt is isabout il ilnhout isnlunmit
about tn Ii hand hHd over oler the 111 reins of irndershlp irndershlpto Irndclhlp Irndclhlpto leadershutto
to Cov ov Udell Orll were werl entirely pntirll without wihout founda foundation roulda rouldatlon fourmdation ¬
tion Col ol Dunn fnid nid The thing wasnt wasntmentioned Wlfnt WlfntrentiOHd wasntimierit
mentioned rentiOHd imierit loud tonight t he declared dlcarI and ane the theidea thl theidea
idea illn wasnt wIIl fliIl in nnylnxlys anyhod K mind KO far ns he heknew hekltw huekmmtu
knew knewTlie kltw kltwThe kmmtuflip
The matter matpr of calling enlnp nn early earl convention conventionin cononton conontonin
in New ew York next year Ir to elect clelegutes clelegutesto deleglteR deleglteRtu
to the national natlolnl convention conlntlon was Q spoken of ofnnd orlt ofiumd
nnd lt the opinion Iinion was expnwed xpn fld that Iho Ihoconvention IholIentlon limoconventlomu
convention lIentlon should be bf held soon after oCer the theprimaries therrimarl theprimnaries
primaries rrimarl in il New Xe York YOIll urk which tnko place placein
in time latter part pliT of March larh As for the thomatter themater t lie liematter
matter mater of instructing hlltruclnp inst ruet lug tho national natonll con convention conveltlol cciiVolition ¬
Volition veltlol delegates del utt for Rftoevelt R cfeelt there Ihlrp was waanothing wasJothln wasimot
said nothing Jothln imot id li lug said sa ale Id alxnil Ilonl a bout it tonight t o ii iglut Col Col Co I Dunn Dunnnaid DUII Dun a asaid
It I wnsn nAnt t necessary ntcelfr lie continued continuedfor contilued contiluedtoror continuedforof
for toror of course eUle the th State and the hue Republican Republicanorganization Hepublcln Hepublclnorganir1ton hteptibllcimnorganization
organization organir1ton is for Roosevelt RooseveltODELL loofvelt loofveltOI htenseveltOIIII
ODELL OI II HOtLD hIOf LI ItE r t S SEXATOR SIVl TOll r
And Met t1 Ip p the Plus Now ow to Bowl Out OutI Ol liii liiiIepc
I UrnC Iepc IepcOo epe < v vGov
Gov 00 OdellBomeof Ode some of his friendseailat trhndsslat friends said at the theRepublican IheRnubllAn theJteptiblican
Republican RnubllAn Club last lalt night night nighthas hos hlatempe hlatempeto attempted attemptedto
to preclpitaato precplhlate a quarrel qunlllmong q ariel amongthe among the theJuJlrn Ref Refpublican Re Reitib1criiu
publican brethren hrthrn In theij3t th to of ofYork > f Ne NeYork 1 1York
JuJlrn 0mttof
York at this1 thillne thistime time for one or two tw 0 purpcBrs purpcBrsother PUfPBPS PUfPBPSothor pu1 cses csesother
other than to dispute the tht leadership Illdpmllp of ofSenator ofHenatorThomasCPlatt ofSenator
Senator HenatorThomasCPlatt Thomas C Platt PInt t Thofirst ThoOrt The first purpose purposeis purpoR
is I described dcdlJd to be to prevent the reelection reelectionof Ifllcllon Ifllcllonof
of Chnuncoy M 1 Depew as 1 United lnllcd Slltel States StatesSenator tates tatesSenator
Senator The Legislature elected next nextfall nnxtfiI nextfail
fall fiI will wi vote on 01 Mr Dupcws successor successorand blccMPor blccMPorand successoranti
and Gov 00 Odclls Odols friends freld say la that he iu il a acandidate aIndidato acandklntn
candidate Indidato to succeed fl d Mr Ir Depew DepewSenator DeptwHtnalor DrpewSenator
Senator Htnalor Plntt Plat It Is known klown bus hlR Informed InformedGov Ilforlpd IlforlpdGov lmufornwdGo
Gov Go OdcMI Odpl that he is Ii for the reelection reellctlon of ofDepew ofle < f fDlpow
Depew DepewAnother Dlpow DlpowAlothr le
Another Alothr purpose 11 pu rpo Illose according to the Gov Governors GO GOIrorR Goornors ¬
ernors IrorR friends frilII and it should bo remembered rememberedthat rlmlmbered rlmlmberedt rernernbercclhint
that t hntlh tho Governors ovlrOrA friends frelds tell tel these stories storiesis Rtores Rtoresi
is i for the advantaging Ihllaglng of his ht ambition amhlion to tobe tohI tohe
be hI Senator to defeat deflt M l Linn Bruce rre presi president Ii Iident lilesident ¬
dent of the th New XIW York Republican Hupuhlcn county countycommittee oJuntycJmmilc onmntyojiuulmittet
committee cJmmilc and Col Co ci Georgo Geor eorgo o W Dunn ns nschairman nRdmlrman aschairimma
chairman a nf the ll lit Republican Hepuhl11 lttpu liii ii ii State Hllio Si at e com committee 01 01mit oimniflittee ¬
mittee mit 1 find nld tutu finally flal to have some HOIf other otherRepublican olwr olwrHppuhllal ot tier tierltepulhleamu
Republican Hppuhllal than Frank Frnll M I Baker Jalwr of Owego Owegosucceed Owegommcceed wtgo wtgo8UCf
succeed 8UCf Baker ns Railroad Hnlroad Commissioner CommissionerAs Corm loler lolerM
As M to those Iho t hosu ambitions nmlllol a I Inion lnlol Ieogue IeogueClub JlDguo JlDguoClub IeuiguieItib
Club Itib Republican epullran put pUllt It this I him way waySenator WR WRSenntor waySeimmutor
Senator Platt Plat took tuul Hn Odell dhl I cff ol the fli tail tailcli nil nilof
and made him Governor Governorof
of an al ice I wagon wapol Iovorror Iovorrorof
of t he h State of New York and Ind the Ih Governor Governorcannot Governorcannot oleror olerorcannol
cannot disrupt dl > rpt lh 111 t hi Republican npulcl party part In Urn UrnSlate t h hRlal he heSt
Slate Rlal St ati on the t lit evu l of of it an 11 Important Irporalt nut Iltlonal Iltlonalolltlol tonal tonalelection tonalelection
election electionIJecaUN olltlol electionIkcatiue
IJecaUN of Clov UO lou Odells desire dir to upset upsetthings uprt uprtIlillH upsetI
is ahead of time candi candidates lmdloalH candidotes
things I a little III litt alllll game ¬
IlillH dates for Governor olernor on 01 the tht State Htatt ticket t are arebeing nrt nrclal
being oalH lal in Ug scared semi I I off Iff < The Hon lon Timothy Tilt Tinuot hy L LWoodruff I LVoodrumff
Woodruff Wuodrul Voodrumff of Brooklyn rouklYI could roull be nominated nolninatedif
if do h so 0 desired llslrtl ticl by hI I the t hue next i ext Republican RepublicanState 1epuhleal Heiutilmliea ii iiStittt
State Htat convention COIIlntlo for Governor Ooerur oerrur and ald vet It Mr MrWoodruffs MrWuocirufTs lr lrWoudrul
Woodruffs Woudrul friends fremlH tiuld that thlt ho was wu looking lookingover Joukin Joukinoer lookingover
over the I hum ground nnd nrullhat mu riul that I ha t lie did 11001 ii lit not cure cureto clre clreto cii re reIc
to Ic go tl into illo iIlt a losinicruce losill losing rile nnd nd for that matter matterIlit malr malrI matterlim
Ilit I Il lim friends frpndH of other candidates laldidale wer wertailinl werotalking werotalkingI talking talkingtin
tin I hmu same way sav last night nightA 1 ht htA
A personal friend frleld of Mr Ir Wooilruh Woocr who whohrd whohrd whiehmcd
hrd been lJen with wih him a good deal deallutelr lately said saidMr saidulr Id IdIr
Mr Ir Platt PI tt and III a number of Republicans Republicansnre HputlcnK HputlcnKae
mute very N eiy favorable faorahll to the nomination of ofMr ofMr
Mr Woodruff Woodruf for fa I Governor GoeT0 next year yearNo veal yearNc
1 about that between betweenWoodruff betweenVoodruiff
No matter mllm tlat quarrel qUlr1 hetfn hetfnWoodruf
Woodruff nnd Ild Sheldon Hllldon at atHrlola Saratoga Springs Springsruff SpiingsInst
la6t Woodruf year nmr the trouhlt trouble IltwtIn iietwenni Mr Ir llnll Wood Woodruf Soodmiff
ruff and Mr Sheldon hits hcl been htl patched patchedui fatehtd fatehtdUf
11
ruf ui ump > Woodruff Woocnlt is I time he man Inn to be bt Governor Governorand Govero GoveroInd Covernorand
and Ind Uf manage malaf the details t a I of the partys Plryt affairs affairsTho alnl alnlTho affairsflie
Tho Republican 1llillcll organization orlani7tlul of the State Statemust Stlle Stllemust Stateintist
must cluster dust UHII er around lu 11 the tle t hie man Illn who ho Is II to tohave tohlve t u uhutsc
have hlve fhiirgti darpu of Ihwe IhHl I details detulH Odell Odel can cannot camunut al ¬
nut dethrone dllhluno Plutt Plat or Bruce Brro Woodruff Woodruffcannot Woodrf oodruiffcii
cannot Clllll cii liliot dethrone dct hlol ii roiit Daily Black Back mid Iml Payn Paynexercie PIn PInfxlrdo PsynexrC
exercie fxlrdo exrC Io at 1 the moment 10lent very Hit lll little In influence influenceIn infuell infuellII
In II tho party part William Wllul Barnes UrleO Jr I hear hearwants hIar hIarwlntn hearvntntm3
wants wlntn to succeed Col oJ oi Dunn DUII ua 1 chairman chairmanof chlrmnl chlrmnlof
of the thl i In State Stat a committed committedOut tolmillo tolmilloOut mumni itt eo eoOut
Out of thi I hi mess I In i n the I hI In estimation Clllallol est htnat lou of ofRepublican orlefuhlknns ofIie1utmblicnns
Republican who lure Irt looking for victory victorynext victor victorlex victorynext
lefuhlknns next sear nr something olothllP happy in bound bould to tocotnefor 10cilpfor toC
cotnefor cilpfor C lex 11110 for the I liu simple sirfll reason JUJC1 that the situa situation Hitla Hitlatiol situnion ¬
ion tiol has II been transposed trlpd since Samuel J JTildenn JTidplIIIJ Jrildeims
Tildenn lime and the more the Republicans Republicansminrrcl lipuhlc11 lipuhlc11qlllrnllhllwler Helmumbhicanisituitril
qlllrnllhllwler TidplIIIJ minrrcl the better shape Ihapu they Lwy tluu are ar in to enter enterinto lnter lnterInt enterinto
into Int n contest contlt on CI election Iclon day duySome dl daySeine
Some SOle Republicans Hlpuhlcanl are url bitter biter against againstGov againstov
Gov ov Odoll 1 because uloauw they time saw aY t he 1 hm selects selectsHenator solectHllator selectsSenator >
Senator 0 Oc Bracket Iklcknt t und ld Louis F 1 1ayn JaYI to be bebin hehiH behis
Hllator bin chief advisers adlpT and ald while hle there 1e is I no nowarrant nowarrnnt nowarrahit
warrant for the tr assumption IHiumplln that he 11 has hasselected hMtlllclfll1r liesselttenl
selected tlllclfll1r Mr Bracket racltt and Mr Ir Pnyn affairs affairsnre alalrl alalrlaro affairsare
are not IOt looking very Yor harmonious when whenHomebody whenolohod shietusOmileiOi
Homebody olohod hands hand out at the Republican RepublicanClub Republcan Republcanlluha RepublicanCiuha
Club Ciuha as was M done lust night nlphthaldIIR nlphthaldIIRconlalnllP nigimthandiiihis nigimthandiiihiscotituiiulmug handbills handbillscontaining
containing lluha an al editorial l > iorht from the tl Lyons LyonsRepublican IonsIepublcan LyonsRepublican
conlalnllP Republican of April Apri 241002 2411 24 iOO2askimug ask Mkllg ing Who Is IsSenator IsSenator isSenator
Iepublcan
Senator Bracked Bracket describing dlcrlbln him ns an anarch anamh au auarclu
arch traitor and other unpleasant Ilphpant things thingsnnd thlngl thlnglnnd timingsand
nnd awarding to him the tll cordial corial contempt contemptof eOlhmpt eOlhmptof Ofltiflptof
of nil mankind mankindTho lalklnd lalklndfhe mankindrime
rime II fact fac thrt Ihr this character was die distributed dl dltribuld dietributed ¬
tributed tribuld by Hemibllcoim Itplblcnt is an evidence pideno of oftho ortho oftime
tho serene rno and placid character of the thesituation theHluatlol thussituintlonu
situation at this Ihll moment momentCousin moment nnonnetutotisin
Hluatlol Cousin olsll otisin William Wiiam Barnes Hlrne of the tll Albany AlbanyErrning Alhan AlhanI AhtuanyEmning
I Errning Journal is it a graduate rdunlo of Harvard HarvardCollege HananlI HarvardCollege
I College and Republican Republon leader of Albany Albanycounty Alhan AlhanI Aihanycounty
I county Colplo lie lo is I now studying Atudyll tho role r le of the thesweet theIwcet thesveOt
sweet Iwcet lilt utile I cherub thai sits iA up aloft to tokeen toklJ tokusp
keen watch ll for the life Ifo of poor Jack Jacklr JackIr TackMr
klJ Mr > lr Barnes printed the t he Jor folowig following in the theAlbany t theAibaniy bt
Albany AlIlY Krrning Frrninforlallalt Journal last night nightKeniitor niphl niphlI nightenuitor
Keniitor nllor Ilntt Ilnt lm hnt hits no 10 divine dlhl rlsht 1111 to the ilipparty thearty t lie lieIi
I party Ii arty it leadership 1ldlhll ii Irexklcnt Irl ldlll Itoowvolt 10011 no noliiHlfrnnhln 10 nohisihpimmihiip
liiHlfrnnhln 1111111 inortiriiKo 10rllll muon dig lllxili the II ii UOIiilrtiUloii UOIiilrtiUloiifor 101111101
for rlr Iresldmt Irhl ll Unv I V Oddl Oi litsi 1111 I no 10 Inherent eiiMo eiiModlniiblilp I lo loIhlbhll
I dlniiblilp Ihlbhll ml Iii imiiihp of r the ti I hue partys Ilrlyt ph rt y s lntere tnt rest l
4
1C 1 I V I VAMEROX lUI 1tMEIW BRI HURT Il IT AOAIX AOAIXThrown A AthtIXThrown lA I IThrown
Thrown at Meadow leado1 Brook Hunt Junl and ad Re Rerelvet nr nrrlN fltceite
relvet Conclusion COINtllon of the llraln llralnHEMPSTEAD Irall UrihmuHFMPSTEAD I
HEMPSTEAD HEMPTEAD N Y Nov No 24W Scott HcottCamerons ScottCamuierons I ICatrons
Camerons Catrons first frt appearance appearanc In the saddle saddlesince tddle tddleIlnc saddlesince
since Ilnc lie broke his hil collarbone collrbone about abut seven sevenweeks seenekl sevenweeks
weeks ekl ago ended In another accident which whichIs
Is more serious eroul than the first ftst Wfth Wlh his hisleft hislef hisleft
left lef arm strapped strpp1 to his side Mr Cameron Cameronpresented Cameronpresenled Cameronpresented
presented himself hlmlel at the Meadow Brook BrookHunt BrookHUlt BrookHtmnit
Hunt HUlt Club meet at West WItbur Yestbtury bury this thll afternoon afternoonmuch afernoon afernoonmuch afternoonmtichi
much to tho surprise of the other riders ridersWhen ridersWhen ridersWhen
When Foxhall Foxhal Kuene the M F H threw threwtho threwthe threwthe
the pack on the scent Rcnt Mr Cameron was wasthe wal wasthe
the first frt off ai At tho third fence fonc however howeverhis
his hunter huntr stumbled tumble and threw thrw him him to the theground theground theground
ground on his hll head With Wih only one arm armavailable nr armavailable
available aaiable Mr lr Cameron was 1 unable to save savehimself sve svehlmAlr savehimself
himself hlmAlr and when picked up he was un unconscious unconaeiolR Unconscious ¬
conscious conaeiolR Mrs Mr Cameron was WI following rolowlng In Inn InI Ina
n I trap trp and seeing her husbands husbnd8 predica predicament pric pricment predicamont ¬
ment went to his assistance IllstRnc Mr Cameron Cameronwas CameronWIK
was WIK put into her lilr trap trapnndqulckiydrivento trapnndqulckiydriventoIfenipstead nnd Ind quickly driven drie to toHempstead toIempltesd
Hempstead HempsteadDr Iempltesd
Dr Charles Charel G J J 7 Finn found that while whilethe whie whiethe whilethe
the weak shoulder Ihouldlr had not been bon injured injuredMr Injure
Mr 11 Cameron had received recive a slight Ight con concussion cn cncssion conemission ¬
emission cssion of the brain brin and several severe severebruises lere lerebnlile severebruises
bruises bnlile Tonight he is resting rstng quietly quietlyThe quiety quietyTho quietlyThe
The hunt Itself Itsel ended endt In in a farce rarc as I only onlyhalf onlyhaIr onlyhalf
half of the hounds went the course pre prescribed pr prIcrbed prsscribeci ¬
scribed Icrbed the other half hal going a wild wid goose goosechose goos gooscl goosechase
chose cl Of course the hunters hunter followed rolowpd the theother theother
other half and left lef the drag man alone at atthe attho atthe
the finish
ADDICKSS HJIKSS YACHT rAml SEIXED SEIXEDTnn SfIZfl SfIZflTIo WIZEDTao
Tao TIo Newport Men In Attach 11h the til llderlm 1IIIrlm on onClaims onClalml onCIatni
Claims or Debts Unpaid UnpaidNEWPORT Unpid UnpidNEWPORT UnpaidNEwPORT
NEWPORT R I Nov No 2 21Two Two attach attachments atRch atRchmentA attachnuents ¬
ments were placed pLOd on J Edward Jdwlrd Addlckss Addlcksssloop AddlcksIoop Addicksslooj
sloop looj yacht ncht Ilderim The first frRt was to sat satisfy MtIsfyn satisfymu ¬
isfy Isfyn n claim caim for S260 260 for groceries by b Fred Frederick Frl FrlErlch Frederich ¬
erick Erlch P Garrettson Gnrrctson former Mayor of New Newport Xewprt Newport ¬
port prt and a leading leadlrl grocer grorr of Newport with withwhom withWhom Ith Ithwhol
whom whol Mr lr Addlcks traded tradEd In II the summer summeruf
uf 1H01 when he occupied occ pled Belvolr his hil villa villaIn via viaIn villain
In tho fashionable CWhionahlo Beacon Iwacn Hill Hl district districtMr distrct districtMr
Mr Ir Garrettson Oaretl said tald this thl afternoon afernoon that thathe tmt tmthe thathme
he had l been > oen trying t lln for several erl months mOlth lo locollect 10oolect hocollect
collect oolect the money mone which ho says HIt Mr Il Ad Addlckrt Addlck Addicks
dicks owes OWl him hut that Mr lr Addlcks had hadIgnored hodIgnorfd hadignoreul
Ignored his hi repented requests for fO payment paymentTim pl PaYmPrtThe mlt
Tim total damages damat18 claimed is ii 1300 30 which whichcovers whichCOtr whIchcovers
covers COtr the lie amount of the th t lie bill hil and costs costsThe CQ1tt coatsTime
The Sheriff HherI found fOlle tho ha Ilderim Iderhl which Mr MrAddlcks Mrkcithicks Il
Addlcks bought hou ht from frol Cornelius Cornelil Vnndor Vnndorbill nndr nndrhii nnclerhilt
bill hii four years pRrK ago in winter quarters quatprR at ntthe atth attime
the th Newport Newprt Shipyard and after fer making makingthe makln maklnthf mnkingthis
the thf attachment atachinent put fut a kee k keeper > pr > er aboard ailan Mr MrAddicks MrAddlc MrAddicks
Addlc Addicks was Wit not IOt here htrf last season apon nnd d the thnIlderim til theIiderimn
Ilderim Irerlm was WI not in II commission TIme Th case casowill Cewl casewill
will wl bo U called riee In the District Court next nextweek nextWpI nextweek
week WpI and If it is not answered Mr lr Gnrreti Gnrretit Garrl GarrlIon Cnrrehteon
t Ion eon > on will wil get pet judgment udgmlnt and aie the yacht will willIK wi willhue
IK 1M levied 1Itd nixin nixinTh UIII tiporuTii9
Th Tii9 second emld attachment atnchmolt wag made by byLuke hyIulo byLuke
Luke Iulo Croughan a I blacksmith who has a abill abi abill
bill bi ngainst Mr fr Addicks for horseshoeingfor horseshoeing horfhoelngfor
for 12 20 I
XE1V 11 MEXICO 10 LCf IXDIAXS IDIA AXGRV AXGRVI IXGIt IXGItThe
I They The 1 Threaten 1lrlaten Co p Kill Hi Industrial IndultralTuml1 Teacher TeacherSent Tescbere
Sent 8 e Jo t Chl7e Clf7e CITW7S Them ThemAVxaiutfaTON Themsmoner UI UII
AVxaiutfaTON Y JI Xov 24 2 Indian Bd Commls CommlsJ CommlsDulce
I Jgn J I olmlt olmltionpr
ionpr on ones rOctVed a telogr telogritin from fromDulc fromDuke
Duke Dulc N M f late tonight tonight stating 8tatnl that the theJacarilla theJacarln theJacarlila
Jacarilla Jacarln Apache tribe trbe of Indians was wnspreparing WI waspreparing
preparing pr parnK to go o on tho warpath wnrath and ane wipe wipeout wi wipeout po poout
out of existence exl tpnca the Indian school at Lam Lamberton Lainburton m mbertol
burton bertol in that State kill ki the hue industrial industrialteacher Indultral Indultralteachfr Industrialteacher
teacher teachfr spoil Hpol the iI educational plans IUI of tho thobureau Ihoburlau rhobureau
bureau burlau and raise Cain generally generallyTho fcnlruly fcnlrulyTho generallyThe
Tho commission Immediately ImmedlattI telegraphed telegraphedIndian telegraphedIndian telegraphedIndian
Indian Agent gnt Johnson at Dulce Dulc urging urplng him himto himto
to UUP U ums I every eer effort II0rt to quell quol the disturbance disturbanceTroops disturbanc listurbanceIroops
Troops will wi be asked aske for if the agent agcntluets re requests reqmieicts ¬
quests luets that this I hil step be taken Settlers Stler In Inthe Intll inthue
the tll vicinity vlcnllY aro in n state of panic panicThe panicThf panicTime
The Thf Jacarilla Jacrla Apaches Apches number numbr about aboutone aboutono aboutone
one thousand thourlml and ore arl blanket blankl Indians Indianswhich Indianswhich IndianswhIch
which means mpOIR according ncordlng to tho Indian IndianBureau IndianDurtau InlianBmrreaum
Bureau Durtau translation tmutlaton that they wear weil blankets blanketslive hlaletl blanketslive
live 11 in tepees hp6 worship worHhifthe thu Indian Indlal Manitou Manitouparticipate Malitou Malitoupartcpllln Maniteaparticmpati
participate partcpllln In sun HUl ghost corn war warand wral uvuuranal
and al other 0111 dances dancl nnd are arp generally gleml un uncivilised unciI7Rd uinucivilized ¬
civilized civilisedWilliam ciI7Rd ciI7RdWiiam civilizedWilliam
William Wiiam Sayles Is the Industrial teacher teacherHe tpncherHe teacherHe
He went from Washington Walhlngtol lust month with witha wih wiha
a book bok of instructions IIRtructol on 01 How to Civilize Clvilizothe Clvlzo Clvlzothe Civilizethe
the Indians Imlal It I is II said tic that thlt the wrath of ofthu orthu ofthe
thu Indians Indiall was a aroused arout over 001 the tenchlng tenchlngorder tachlngorder ttnchiingorder
order that tho th Indian Ildian pupils pupi should shoule take takobaths tal talbnlh takebaths
baths bathsJACKIES bnlhJMnl bathsJtKIES
JACKIES JMnl HAD 11 A 1 LIVELY UI TIME TIMEPour TUI TUIour TIIIiLFour
Pour our Went rlt Overboard OHrboal Krom 1101 Navy Xu a Tun TUI Tu and andXohereil anl antiohereI
Xohereil Solrr IM II In the tit Cold olt old Water WaterThirtyfive 1llrr 1llrrThlryfe arr arrlhirtyfive
Thirtyfive Thlryfe jackies and n I naval Ilml officer officerIn mcerII
In II uniform arrived in Jeisey JIItV City el at 345 345oduck 345oclock 145oclock
oclock yesterday on n Pf If nnsylvnnia nl IRliH Bali Hnilroad Rnilroad Baliroad
road train tr ln from frumlhivddphla ruin Hiiludelphia lle tailors tailorshad cailorshmati >
had evidently oleeltly euIdermt ly been ht liiiving lallg n good time timeHoinowhere tme tmesOlowlwre t line linesonnewlmeie
Hoinowhere sOlowlwre for a I number 1111er of them tlP could couldnot totuidmint ouldlot
not lot walk siitl k a chalk line 11t I to t n cave 0 their t lid I necks necksThey tWCkHTiley nckslhiey
They rolled rolld toll ed their 111h i heli rollicking rolloking not licking way through throughthe 11ugl t Ii moughi moughithe
the ferryhouse flrrhoufu lo the lie pier fler mler of the Adams AdamsExpress AditamsExpress lms lmsJxfrer
Express Jxfrer > Company Compal at II the north end tld of the thestation theIiltion timestation
station Iiltion where whlre a Government ornnlnt lug I uig was waK wait waiting wni waitlug ¬
lug Ilg to t 0 transport I TIMpOr them to h ii the t Il ha Brooklyn Brooklynnavy BrooklynIIV lirooklymliavy
navy IIV yard yardTlie yardThe yardflue
The advance guard glard rushed rblld aboard the theboat thehoat timeboat
boat and the others otU followed rulmwd A minute minuteor
or two later latlr there were wort two t wu splashes tplaslel und undtwo undl andtwo
two l 0 juckies jlckllH who fell fel or were pushed II1htl over overboard olr olrbonnl overboant ¬
board sobered RolerId up UI suddenly blhllll in II the cold coldw tolduut old oldwllr
w wllr wllrTwo uut t er erTwo eriwo
Two other sailors tion jumped jUIPl in after arr them themand tlm tlmIII t lmeuiawl
and III then tlln all al hands laldt on UI eu the I lit lie boat IJII crowded crowdedalong crowd crowdalung cmowdcmd cmowdcmdalong
along the lie rail ri and offered olJd suggestions HIme suiggost > tlun loris amid amihelping atl atlhelflll amidhelping
helping hands Ropes and bout hooks were werebrought werebrought Hr Hrhrougll
brought hrougll helflll into play and nd the foiirdrcnehcd rOlrdllhnl und undshivering ali aliIhierlng unidshivering
shivering jackles juclips were 11 pulled pulld aboard aboardThe 1UUI1 aboardiiie
The tug tg started tared for the thf lie nivy lv yard YnlrOOI ns nsHOOII as500mm
HOOII rOOI as the rescues rtIOllK were wert effected uIeeld H I was wasbelieved waHhellved wasbehitvetl
believed hellved by several loArl ferry flrr hands who wit witnessed wi wItrmessed ¬
nessed the t lie embarkation tmbarkatlon enubarkat ion that t lint tlio I lie trip Irp t rIp would wouldbe wouldbe lld lldh
be h IOlkt lively livelyCOXFESSES 1ul 1ultOJFSI livelyO1ESSIS
COXFESSES tOJFSI S TO MCRDEllS MCRDEllSyouthful 11IWJI 11IWJIonilrut IIfIIIfiomtiiIui
youthful onilrut Itnhher Inricr I Arrest rrrlt for Kllllnc Kllllnca mUne mUnea kIhiln kIhilna
a Defective lett Confesses onf w > Other her Crimes CrimesCHICAGO rllrl rllrlCIICOO riumir riumirtmhlcAoo
CHICAGO CIICOO Nov 24 240IRluve 24Gtustave Gustavo Marx the theyouthful theUlthll theyeuitluful
youthful Ulthll robber who shot and killed kie Detec Detective Deleci Detectiva ¬
tive i 10 John Quinn Qulnl n 1 few flw nights niphtl ago tonight tonightcleared tonightclrlrpl tonightcloared
cleared clrlrpl up the mystery IIIr of the South SOllh Side Sidecar Sidecar Sidecar
car barns burt robbery rohhr and murder mlnllr committed committedon clmmtld
on 01 Aug ltUI tug no 1 last 11ft aunt 1 ld revealed aled the identity identityof Ideltly Ideltlyor
of two of his companions ompRnlolt According to tohis 10hil tohils
his hil confession eOlrl8Ion the car barn robbery rolhtr was wasonly waMonly wasonly
only one of a reries in which he and three threecompnnlons thr thrrompRnlon threecomiuuinians
compnnlons participated parldpalpt in the lie lnr last > four fourmonths fUlr fUlrmlnlll fouirmuiomuu
months monthsIn mlnlll muiomuu his hislii
In his hil confession confel > lul as to the lie car burns burnstragedy 1111r 1111rt tiiummstragccl
tragedy t raJtt Marx Implicates Implcal PI harvey lall Vat dine dinennd dlncInd PYleand
and Ind Peter Nledermeier ildermri who ho have not been beenunvoted hetn hetnIrNH1rd beenarrested
arrested Marx says saysI fl
IrNH1rd I went in and ordered orerld the men to hold holdup holdUp lld lldup
Just then thenPeter thenPlterXI thenPetcrNichnrmeler
up their bunds hundl They obeyed oheO
Peter PlterXI PetcrNichnrmeler Niwlormeler doreier burst in tIme window Indo and nndb andII andhetat
b II hetat < nn shooting Rhool inp Harvey ar Vandino then thenbroke thenhrol thenbroke
broke hrol down time tie door with wih a sledgehammer sledgehammerVnndine Hlegehlmfr HlegehlmfrVandln sledgeiiknimerVandino
Vnndine wont in and tool ooI the money ronv We Weall WI WIai e eoil
all ai three thrll rnnnwny rn ran awn away nnd ne walked walkf east 1111 on o Sixty Sixtyfirst RIXI Sixtyfirst
first street ftrf1 to t Jackson laklOI Pork and sat t down downin I
in fnt the Ihl bushes hURt > nnd divided dirPi the 1111 he money monl This ThisWHS ThIl Thisu I I122M
WHS u as nliniil Iepuit S22f > 0 uf lf which IIh sum 61n t got about about75UoKiny abolt aboltjSU aloutsmu
smu 75UoKiny jSU as I iuiy share tharo I
SUES W A AI CLARKS DAUGHTER DAUGHTERMHS
MRS Il VLASTO SAYS MRS 1RS RS CULVER CULVERALIEXATED CrJER CrJERAtJlATED CU1NERA
ALIEXATED AtJlATED A VLASTO VLASTOSSOOOOO LE4STOsooOoO
SSOOOOO 11000 About WIll 11U Cover CO r Damage DamIS8 DamIS8jrourt DamageA DamageAGroup A ACJroup
Group Photo or Two TwolalO Twolaflo Vlasto Says SaysIti Sa HaIts
Its 1 a Political Poltnl Plot to Dent Him HimIn 1m 1mIn hIt hItIii
In Athens Atlrn Greece Greeel for Parliament ParliamentMrs Parlament ParlamentMr ParliamentMrs
Mrs Mr Elizabeth Eizbth R Vlasto wife of Solon SolonJ Blon BlonJ
J Vlasto Vlalto a Greek his hi brought suit sut against againstMrs agaist agaistMr againstMrs
Mrs Mr Mary Mar J C Culver a daughter of United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States State Senator Snator William Wiiam A Clark Clrk of o Montana Montanaand Montanaand Montanaand
and the wife wlo of Dr Everett Mallory Malor Culver Culverwhom Clver Clverwhom Culverwhom
whom she is suing lulng for divorce for the thealienation thealenaton thealienation
alienation alenaton of Mr Vlaatoaaffections Vlsto lolon alleging allegingdamages aleging alegingdmage8 allegingdamages
damages dmage8 of no less II than 500000 0 The Thesummons Thesummons Thesummons
summons and complaint were served sre on onMrs onMr onMrs
Mrs Mr Culver yesterday at her residence re ldence
175 West Fiftyeighth street by a man manfrom mantram manfrom
from Howe Hummel Mrs 11 Vlaatos Vlutol at attorneys attoreys attorneys ¬
torneys torneysMrs toreys torneysMiu
Mrs MI Culver Culer is Senator Snator Clarks elder elderdaughter elderdaughter eiderdaughter
daughter and a slater siter of Mrs Mr Lewis Lwll Ruther Rutherfurd Rutherturd Itutherford
ford Morris Morts She returned reture from Europe Europeon Europ
on the Teutonic lost lat Thursday Thuray Mr Vlasto Vlastoreturned Vt Vlaatoreturned
returned returo from Europe Europ several Aevlral weeks wek I ago agoMrs ogoMr agoMrs
Mrs Mr Vlasto Vllto was WI at the pier when the Teu Teutonic Teutonlo Teutonic ¬
tonic docked docke armed arme with wih a horsewhip horsewhipShe horowhlp horowhlpShe
She said that tht she was there for the purpose purposeof pure pureot
of horewhipping horsewhipping a relative reltln by marriage marriagewhom marage maragewhom marriagewhom
whom she expected expce to find fnd there thereMrs ther thereMrs
Mrs Mr Vlasto said at that time that this thisrelative thisrelative thisrelative
relative whom she he was bent on chastising chastisinghad chastisinghad
had broken up his own home and had
come between woman
husband husbnnd and that the other woman was wassuing wasslIng wassuing
suing slIng for a divorce divorceI
I believe bolee It is il my duty to stop this divorce divorceif
if possible pOBlblt shesaid and Ind reunite rounlo a once oncehappy onceh oncehappy
happy h ppy family raiy She didnt find fnd her man at atthe attle attime
the tle pier and made no attempt atempt to speak Ipak to toMrs toIrt toMrs
Mrs Irt Culver CulverVlasto CulvoraAto Culverlasto
Vlasto aAto is II about 60 r years year old with snow snowwhite snowwhio snowwhite
white whio hair and Ind beard Ho I1 has been ben In this thlacountry thiscountr thiscountry
country countr something like thirty thit years ycarl For Forsome ForIomt Forsome
Iomt some time he has had an office ofc with his hisbrother hi lilalrot
brother lrot her Demetrius Demetrluat at 2 and 4 Stone street streetDemetrius stret stretDemetrluf streetDenietrius
Demetrius Demetrluf is the editor of a Greek Grlek paper papercalled pnpercal11 papercalled
called cal11 Atlantis Iants Solon Hlon used uRd to be an im importer Imprer Innporter ¬
porter prer of brimstone hrilt one and coffee colee He is well wellknown wel wellknown
known 1m own nt tho WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAltorln Delmon DelmonIcos Jplmon JplmonIcoR einuonIcos
Icos and Sherrys SherrysHe
He is a native a 10 of the Island IIland of Syra off offthe ol offthe
the coast eOlt of Greece and Ind his hil father was wasn wasI
n I school teacher Ho Io married maried his wife wifewho wlCewho wifeuuhmo
who is II nn al English l nglHh woman about al out twenty twentyeight twentyeight twentyeight
eight years Ili ago They The have a son SOl who Is laabout IsRhout isahout
about 20 years pnrl old who id II a conductor on a aWestern aWPter aVestern
Western WPter railroad rnlroad nnd lives lps in Chicago ChicagoMr ChicagoMI
Mr MI and and Mrs Irs Vlasto separated Ieplraled some lime limeago lma lmaa timenge
ago a J The wife is now living Idn at the Hotel HotelWestminster Hot HotWetmlnter HotelWestmuuinster
Westminster Wetmlnter In her complaint she ime al alleges alI alleges ¬
leges I es according accordln to Mr Ir Hummel Humme that Mrs MrsCulver MrsCIhlr MrsCulver
Culver CIhlr and a11 Vbsto Vh to have spent Bpelt much Iuch time timetogether tme tmetOlether timetogether
together tOlether in the I he last jear e ear r in New ew York YorkFrance YorkFrance YorkFrance
France and Ind Switzerland S itzerland It was aR Bald at atHowe atHowe atHowe
Howe A Hummelit lummelt office ofc yesterday yeseray that thatthere thatther thatthere
there ther la a photograph of Mrs Culver and andVlasto andVlaRto andVinsto
Vlasto taken together topether at at one of the Euro European Europon Eurolcnnt ¬
pean pon capitals capials Vlasto Vlatto it Is II said pad Is dressed dressedin drssl drsslin
in the picture piotlre in Oriental Orental costume costumeMrs costUnO costUnOMr costunieMrs
Mrs Mr Vlasto Vllto denied denie herself he l to reporters reporterslast rprer reportersIat
last t evening and Mrs Mr Culver Clver was WI ill 1 She Shereferred Shenrer Sher
referred nrer r fer all aUj ilhqulreni InqiJr lh4 Irers n to her attorney attorneyHenry nttomeyHenr nttorrmeyfleury
Henry Henr Q Atwater Atwatr Mr Atwater Atwtr at his hiahome hi hishome
home JlomelnEtGrn InEastQrango lastnight last st niht night said saidAs ulds saidAs
As s a matter mter of fact Vlaeto Vlato and his hil wife wifehad wifehad Ire Irehad
had separated sprtf before bfor Vlooto Vuto ever met mt Mrs MraCulver Mr MrsCulver
Culver Culvr so Mrs Mr Culver Cher could ould not have alien alienated alen alenatd allenated ¬
ated Ills Ils affections afecton Mr Vlaeto Vut called cle on onthe onthe onthe
the Culvers Cuhcn often oCen Ho was wal a friend princi principally principaly princiitUhlY ¬
pally paly of Dr Culver but was wa a friend rrleld of ofboth orboth ofhiothi
both Dr nnd Mrs Jr Culver < ulvEr for two or three threeyears thre threrlar threeyears
years rlar I understand und ntand that the Vlastos Vlastosseparated Vlasto VlastofJartee Viastosseiiaratetl
separated fJartee about six years year ago agoAlasto agoViasto
Alasto 11110 at the thl Plaza 11uz1 Hotel Hotl last lat night nightdenied nightdlllld nightdeuikd
denied dlllld the truth of the charges made Ilde by byhis byhj byhis
his hj wife Ho said uid that while whlo ho spends spendsmuch spendsnutuchi pendsmuch
much of lib h time in Now York he is a citizen citizenof citizll citizllof
of Greece GTlce and Ild is now 10W a candidate for the theNational theXatul1 thisNational
National Assembly A6flll from the tll lie Fifteenth Fifteenthward Flfelth Flfelthward Fifteenthward
ward Xatul1 of the city cl of o Alhpls Athens He 11 said that thatho thathe thathe
he has poltical 1OlItlOSl K > lltcal enemies in Greece Urce who whohave whoha whohave
have ha YO inspired inHplrce his wife to begin bgln this action actionand Ictlol actionand
and ald that twl the III charges are absurd absure anyway anywaysince anywa anywallco anywaysince
since Culver llco ho is II thirty years paT ears older than thal Mrs MrsCulver MrsCuter Mrsuiver
F I 1 MAGOHAX MISSIXd
Somebody olelml Advertises chertlls for or News iew or the Ile Kx KxMayor ExIor Ix3iayor
Mayor Ior nf Trenton TrentonAn T TrentonAn ntnn ntnnAn
An advertisement adlrtl o ent appeared appeare in II the papers puperayesterday paprs paprsyettpreuy papersyesterday
yesterday yettpreuy asking Iklng for information Informaton concern concerning cncr concerning ¬
ing the whereabouts of Frank Jralk A Magowan Magowanwho Magowaiisehuo lagowanwho
who was very prominent in tho political poltcal and andfinancial a andtinunmucial
financial Inllcil life Ifo er of Trenton Treltol of which city cty he hewan heW hiswits
wan W Mayor a few years yeart ago Ig0 and who got gotinto gotInlu gotinto
into considerable cOlsldlrablu trouble in a 1 financial financialand Ihwncll Ihwncllnnd financialanti
and marital marial way Veil Nel MnCallum lcCalum a note notebroker 10te 10tehroltl imoteIrolr
hroltl broker of 55 s Broadway who inserted IlsPrpd the theadvertisement thoadyerllemlt timeadvertleeniment
advertisement adyerllemlt said tli yesterday teray that tht lie hud hudbeen hadUfn liedbeen
been Ufn trying trllg to raise 111 money mone for Dr MilROwan MilROwanon Mnlowan
and that tho former
on 01 some notes notlA Mayor Mayorof
of Trenton Trentol hud hld awkwardly awkward disappeared disappearedwith dilppeard dilppeardwih
with wih the thunoteH notes 1 think thlik t lmluil 1m will wi show Ihow up upin upil up1mm
Mr Il McCal McCalinm McCulhUl McCaIhuinmi
in il a couple tolple of days dlY however
hUl inm said saidMr Hnldhh saidMr
Mr McCallum fellul said that hn understood understoodthat understoodIhat tinderstoodthat
that Magowan Igowln had been brIl living UIIK at hotels hotell in inNew II ImiNew
New XIW York for Ior some 1011 time tll and nne that ho was wasinterested wal wasinterested
interested Inllresld in a I waterfront improvement improvementcompany Inproemlnt Inproemlntcompnny Inmmprovementcomuipany
company in II Chicago ChicagoMagowan Chlcaguflpowal huicagtMagowan
Magowan told me 10 said the lie brokerthat brokerthata
a member remhl flpowal of the Cabinet ablumet was WRI Interested Intlrfte In Inthe II humlie
the lie same scheme schemeTO 8chlp 8chlpTO schemeTO
TO DEMAXD IJIUIJ CUSTODY r7fm or I XIEGLER XIEGLERAttorneyGeneral ZIWIR ZIWIRlorlllnrral ZILGLtnI ZILGLtnAttoriiyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral lorlllnrral Crow row or Missouri 1sOI1 Will WillVppear Willtpriear 11
Vppear Pllfar Heron Ilfur Gou iot 0 Udll Hlell HlellJivKKEiitiON mdciiJtrrEuusoN
JivKKEiitiON J IImioN CITY Mo lt Nov No 24 4 E ECrow C CCrol CCrow
Crow Crol AttorneyGeneral A tureyOenerl of Missouri llourl re returned T reumuiecl ¬
turned tulld to Jefferson Jtnprol City ity this morning lurlnl und undon undon cudeli
on Saturday Hltudu will wi go to Albany N V Y to toap toapplar toali
ap applar > ear at a hearing hlnrllR before Gov Odell Odel set setfor fet fetfO setfom
for fO Monday lonclv to ti determins eltermlne whether the therequisition thequlpitul timerequisItion
requisition qulpitul of the tht Governor OOlrOI of Missouri Missourifor 1lHUr
for Willliim WhuI Ziegler Zitler of Now York million millionaire mllol mIllionairi ¬
aire ulr Indicted for bribery brl > r shall Ihal be honored honoredHigglers honorx honiouvdkghtrs
Higglers il hrR fight tght to pave IRYn him hilniself elf lf from frol from being beingbrought bilg beini beinihuromiglut
brought IJlghl back to Missouri Mlsturi probably will willbinge wi wi wihuinuge
binge hlle on UI the question qUPHtun of whether he wan wanin wasiii
in 1 this thl State at the time tme the offences offencescharged ofplceH ofplceHcharRed offencosmhuared
charged in tl lie indictment illcmpnt were committed committedMr cmlltt cmllttIr
Mr Ir Crow row is prepared to show Ihow that Ziegler Zieglurwan ZIglerWI Zieglerwas
wan WI In Missouri 11our prpIlrc before brore during and after afterthe urhrtm aftertime
the tm session le lol of tho Legislature Jegltlatur when the thecrimes thecrimeA thecrimes
crimes in II connection lollooton with baking bRldnp powder powderlegislation pwder pwderIpglAlaton powderlegislation
legislation IpglAlaton art alleged allgcd to have been 11I1 com commuted rm rmmlted cornruiitted ¬
muted mutedMADE mlted mlted1HJf ruiittedIIA
MADE 1HJf IIA IE HOMELESS IWlEIS ftY fl STHIKKS STHIKKSWoman STllKt14Wonian TllKfj TllKfjolan
Woman olan and Three 11111 Children Adrift AdrIf llecaiue llecaiueThrlr Ircaule IrcauleTlrlr ilceamuseTheir
Tlrlr Their Man Ial iaum Cant IIt WorkIr WorkMru Work WorkMrs
Mrs Ir Rchard Richard Bchnld Schaffel and her threeolg threeyouing three threeyoung
young olg chidren children Elllp Elsie Richard and lor lorman Hereman Here Hereman
man went to t the th hA Fifth Irl h Itnt street ple police Rtaton Rtatonlast stationlast station stationlast
last night homeIeA homeless and pnnleHH penniless because locaul becausehe liecausuthe
the he huldlng building strkos strikes havekept have klpt kept Hhafel Schaffel Olt Oltor ouitof out outof
of work prctcal practically over Ilnc since spring Thofaml Thefamily Tho Thofamily
faml family 1ed lived at at 84 Second tlrPt streetMrs street streetMrs
110 Mrs Shllpl Sclmflel told Sergt rgt Kelly 1 1111 that her hprhU6hand herhusband herhusband
husband went 1 to lok look for work on Momidayamid Monday Mondayand lollay I IIli
and Ili didnt return retur She fears that he has haskilled hR lisakilled
killed hltlr himself Yltenla Yesterday Ifercon afternoon she AheIil suewas shewas I
kled was dispossessed Ind and herfumtturp her furniture put ontho ontIme on ontho
Iil lpAeHed
tho Hlret street After watchlnl watching tllr their gods godstl goodstill goods goodstill
tl till cold and an hln hunger r drove them awa away the theughl theysought they theysought
sought ughl I the lp ha aid of tm t tho ho polce polceThe poimeeThe police policeThe
The woman Inall finally took Ser Sergt t KelR KelRndvicl Kellysadvice Kellys Kellysadvice
ndvicl advice and rpmalncc remained nt the nIl station aoner a prl pris prisoner ¬
oner on the IchnlrRI technical charge chnrpo of vagrancyTime vagrancy vagrancyThe
The children chldrln Rfr after getting f1Ing n I geed teil teilfr rrealwPr rreal rrealw
tlrc
nllh wPr w night fr r taken to th thn iciry OIIT alietv t > ciety for tle tlenllh thenight the thenight
UOMtt THROWER KILLS SIX SIXSought SIXSouslt SIXSought
Sought Souslt ilevence on the te Alan Ma Who 10 Had Hadniicharird hadDhleharged I 1 1Spll
niicharird DlcarSfd BOO OO Workmen WorkmenSpicldl 1orkme Workmen5pittdl
Spicldl Spll l CMt Dnpalch to TOT Ta Tin SUN SUNVIRNNA StN StNVrRNNA SenVTgNA
VIRNNA Nov 24 24Instgated 24InstIgated Instlgated by a desIre dealroto dee deet
to t obtain obtai rorengo rrenge for the dismissal dmissl of 500 500of 50 50ot 50 50of
of his hi fellow te1w employees employes a maomployed xnanemployed man employed In Inrailway I Iriway Inrailway
railway riway work today threw thrw a bomb into a agroup I Igroup agroup
group of men among whom was WI the con contractor cn cntrotor coiltractor ¬
tractor trotor who had hd discharged dlschrsd dl the men JeD at atArdulng atrdling atArduilng
Ardulng rdling Styrla Six were killed kied and andllx andllxtn six sixteen sixteen ¬
teen tn Injured InjuredJAPANESE Inj InjuredJA ure ureJAPAVJSE
JAPANESE JAPAVJSE JA PAXESL AROVSElt AROVSEltDelay AWUlEI AWUlEIDIlay AIWUSLDDelay
Delay DIlay In Nrcotlatloni Nrsotatoll With nl Rumla nUlla May MayIvead Ilay IlayLad MayLeaul
Ivead Lad to Outbreaks OutbreaksSpecial Outreak OutreakptcQI OutbreaksSptlat
Special ptcQI Cable Cab Drspattlt It parch to 0 Tin lIK SUN SUNYOKOHAMA SUNYOKOHAMA SUNYoItoIfAu
YOKOHAMA Nov No 24 24Pblo 24Public Public Impatience Impatienceat Imptonce Imptonceat
at the delay dely in the negotiations negotation with Russia Russiaregarding RU6la RU6laregarding Russiaregarding
regarding Manchuria Manchura is growing Trade Tradeis
is impeded Impd by the procrastination J > rorltnton and andpublic andpublo andpublic
public publo meetings mertngs protesting protetng against againt the theGovernmenta theGoverentl theGovernments
Governments Goverentl Inactivity lnchityconlnuoto lnactlvitycomitinueto contlnuoto be held heldOne heldOno holdOne
One of the newspapers newspaperl at Toklo Toko has boon boontwice bn bntwice beentwice
twice suspended suspnded for covertly coverly urging urgng the theassassination theaB8lnaton theassassinatIon
assassination aB8lnaton of the Ministers MinistersThe lUn MinistersThe terl
The Te Diet willmeotonDeo5 wi met on D 5 whenpopular whenpopulardemonstrations when populr popular populardemonstrations
demonstrations demontraton arc feared if I nothing is issettled Iseetle issettled
settled settledRICH eetle settledIIWII
RICH 1111 MEX EN TAKE CITY OTY JOBS JORSProminent JOnf JOnfPomlnrnt JOBSPromInent
Prominent Pomlnrnt Citizens Cizens Appointed AppolnttI by b Mayor MayorIlrusli Ilaor IlaorIrum MayorBrush
Brush Irum to Help Jllp Along Reform ReformMOUNT neorm neormMOUNT ReformMoUNT
MOUNT VERNON N Y Nov 24 24Dr Dr Ed Edward E Edward
ward ar F Brush Brsh who was recently rnty elected electedMayor electe electedMayor
Mayor ayorls is appointing appointng some of the wealthiest wealthiestand weathiest weathiestand wealthiestand
and most prominent prominnt men in the olty to toofflcofl toofcO too1cee
offlcofl ofcO which under the recent rcnt Democratic Democraticadministration DemooratloadmlniRtraton Demooratioadministration
administration admlniRtraton were wer held by ward poli politicians pol poiitloiatms ¬
ticians tcIan and the small smal fry fryDr tr fryDr
Dr Brush Brsh announced announcd today the appoint appointment appolntmplt appointment ¬
ment mplt of Dr Archibald Archlbad M Campbell Campbl to be bopresident bepreident bepresident
president preident of the Health Blalth Board Dr Camp Campbell Campbel Campboll ¬
bell bel is tho wealthiest wealhlest physician in the city cityHe cty ctyHe cityHe
He is president of the thu Mount Vernon Veron Trust TrustCompany Tnlt TnltCompany TrustCompany
Company and of the Siwaneo Golf Gol Club ClubExMayor ClubExMayor ClubExMayor
ExMayor Edson a rich clothier cothlO has hl been beenappointed beenappinte beenappointed
appointed appinte Police Pole Commissioner and George GeorgeR
R Crawford president preident of the Westchester WestchesterFire Wefthelter WefthelterFire
Fire Insurance Company who draws a asalary asalary asalary
salary of S250 25000 a u year I ear r will wi preside over overthe oerthe overthe
the Civil Ci i Service Serice Board at U 5 a meeting meetingThey metng metngIhey inset tag tagThey
They Ihey say that they consented to take takeoffice takeofce takeoffice
office ofce for the solo purpose purose of helping Dr DrBrush DrBnlsh DrBruishu
Brush to retoro the good reputation of the thecity te teel thecity
city el which suffered sulcf several 1eral jars during durng the therecent thererent therecent
recent administration administrationDVVKB administrationDIXX1It
DVVKB TO A 4X X EXTIRE TOWV TO
Former Iormfr Clerk Jerk of Senator lrnator Ioraker Will WillKntertaln Wi WillEntertain
Entertain yntertall All 1 the tie lie People Pflple of Athens Athtn Ohio OhioCIKCIKNATI OhioCINCtNNATI OhioCuctN4ATr
CIKCIKNATI Nov 24 24UnIted United Unltd States StatesSenator Statof statesSeiuator
Senator Slator J J B Foraker has hR just received recIved an anInvitation anInvitton anInvitation
Invitation Invitton to a big dinner to take tlke place plne at atAthens atAthns atAthens
Athens Athns Ohio and the host Is ii to bo b George GeorgeA Gerge GergeA
A Beaton Baton who wag a clerk in the Governors Governorsoffice Governorl Governorlofc Governorsoffice
office ofc when Foraker was the chief executive executiveof exeutve exeutveor
native of Athens Athensbut Athen8hut Athensbut
of the State Beaton Batn is a nato
but went to New York and accumulated ncmulate a alarge alarge alarge
large fortuno fortuo He will il return retur to Athens Athensnext AthennotJue Athensnext
next notJue June Juneand and an entertain ontrt all of the the citizens citizensof cltzea cltzear citizenat
of r that hatlte little city at ata a dinner dinnerThe dinnerTo dinnerThe
The To dinner will 1n be b given during the week weekof wek wekec weekf
of f ooinrnoncement ec et exercises e1erI of tho Ohio OhioUniversity OhioUnIversit OhioUniversity
University UnIversit Everybody Everby in town tow may maf nuaycom nuaycomto come cometo me meto
to the tedtner thedtnner dinner and at tho immense Immens festival festivalMr ftv ftvMr festivalMr
Mr Beaton Baton wilt wi foot all al the bills billsDELAY bU bUIJEIr bIllsIEL43
DELAY IX CAXFIELDS TRI4L TRIALJerome TRI4Lrrome TRI4LVerome
Jerome rrome Secures pcurrs It I by Appealing Ap App alns ailng Front FronjJustice Fol FrontIuitlca
Justice ruslee Nenplls HrU Order OrderBINOUAMTON Orer OrerBINGlMTON OrderBINOuASIroN
BINOUAMTON BINGlMTON Nov No 24 ZtTle 21flue Tlie trial tral of ofRichard ofRchar ofRichard
Richard Rchar Canfield Canfeld will wi be b delayed dee until unti the theAppellate theAppellate I IAppllto
Appellate Appllto Division Dviion liands down a decision decisionon declon declonon
on the appeal IpJal taken by District Dlttlct Attorney AttorneyJerome Attorty Attortyleroll Attorneyberonie
Jerome leroll on al Justice Justce Sewells Sewell order orer to show showcause showCRlse showcause
CRlse cause why a bill bi of particulars pricular should Ihould not notbo 10t 10tbe notbe
be filed flo for the I he information Inforulaton of the defendant defendantNotice defondantNotcl defendantNotice
Notice Notcl of the thl appeal was wal filed fit x here today todayTo todayTo
To put the trial off 01 until unti next next year yor was waathe wasthe a athe
the principal prncpal point fought for by Assistant AssistantDistrict AssiwDt AssiwDtDitric AssisthotDistrict
Sanford here last month monthbut monthbutt
District Ditric Attorney Atore Snror hee lat
but Justice JURtlc Sowell Bet the trial for Dec 15
ELEVATED IIJlA I > IATEIJ TEl PLATFORM PItTfOlll AFIRE AFIRESeveral AFIRKSewrl A Fl RE RESeuerai
Several Sewrl Passengers PSrnsers Badly lall Scared Take TakeRefnKn Takearngt e enrU
nrU RefnKn In a Train TrainAnother falD falDAnother Iraiuthotiier
Another fire fre scare startled the theHger theHgeron thepzumsengere thepzumsengereon passengers passengerson
on a Fifth Firh avenue avenut elevated eleall train at at the theNinth theNinth theNinth
Ninth street strft station stalon in Brooklyn yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterday estlrdayaferool
afternoon aferool A rush rsh for the stairs stairl and a apossible apislble apossible
possible pislble panic pani was WI averted Bere only olly through throughtho throughtho
tho cool headed hpde action acton of Patrolman PatrolmanFitzgerald PatrolmanFlt7glral PatrolmanFitzgerald
Fitzgerald Flt7glral of the Coney Cney Island Is1mlltuton station who whoassured wholured whoassured
assured lured the people eeule thut tlllt thure was wa no danger dangerThe dangerThe dangerTime
The fire fro was WI caused cluted by defective cefttlo Insula Insulation Insulation insulation ¬
tion on eu the feed wires win running rUlning under lndeI tho thostation thoHtaton thestation
station platform pllrorm and ald building bllding A train trainfrom tminfrom trainrena
Htaton from rena Bay l Ridge Hdgt was WIU drawing Into the thestation theItalon timestation
station and a d a scorn Mcn of women wonln were standing standingon standingtn
Italon on tn iii the platform plli Plitt form waiting waiing to get aboard aboardThe lbard lbardhu aboardrhie
The hu flumes fullt shot thot up lp nil ni around urolnd the waiting waitingpassengers waitng waitingumuusseumgeus
passengers who made a rush rlt1 for the t he exit exitThere exit exitThere
There 111111111 they found rOlnd more 1010 flamed fames and escape escapewas esape esapewal escapewas
was apparently cut off ut Policeman Polromun Fitr Fitrgeruld Ft7 Fitagerald
wal Ipparlntr
gerald gerld reassured rCi8lrO tlm women by I pointing pointingout pointng pointngout
out that they til could hoard the train trainwhich trainwhich trainwhich
which had stopped topp d at lt the end pld of the plat platform platfa hIatfolio ¬
form fa I and they the did so soAn suAn soAn
An 1 alarm wns 11 turned tured in und Ild the th firemen firemenquickly fremen fremenqlickly firemenquickly
quickly qlickly extinguished txtlnllihCI the lie flames flamesFIRE fumP fumPFil flamesiiitt
FIRE Fil LHillTS IWIT 1111 T EAST 1 I4 S1 1 RIVER RIVERIllac UnEllUla If I Eli EliiIlaie
Illac Ula UI IeNtro e lro lrUH > H VrHiltrelural rlhltelural Iron Works WorksIn 11 11In
In IUIIK Iutr 1ini Ulimil blUltl CM CMFire C I I t tiiru
Fire in started Ilartld lest night Ilght in II a frame frlme building buildingin buiding buidingII
in II the Architectural Iron 1101 Works of Hichey HicheyBrown Hchl RicheyBrown
Brown Donald Ionnld at Bordvn nlcn avenue aflue and andNewtown RndNIwtown amidNewtown
Newtown Creek Crek Long 1 < 11 Island City Lity and andspread Ile aridspread
I spread to the lie main Illn building bulcl I I a I four story storyframe Htoryfratc storyfraunue
frame fratc structure 6tructlre In 11 tho neighborhood neighborhoodare 1tllhborhood 1tllhborhoodare
of Inflammable charac character charautel cimaracter
are many man buildings huldlnpI infamlabll ¬
ter tel and as the fire Iro threatened thrtatIi to spread 8prenld 8prenlddltolal nd ndditional mudditloutal
ditional dltolal fire fre apparatus Ippartll was called calp from fromOiwnpolnt fromGrfnpoilt from fromOreenpoimut
Oiwnpolnt Grfnpoilt Hunters Hlnter Point Poilt and Astoria AstoriaThe AtorIaThe htOrR htOrRhl
The hl wooden buildings buldlnH mado Ilado a I hip hiI blaze blazeand hla7o hla7osnd blazeaiud
and lighted Ilhtp up the East River Ihr for miles milesThe miel mulesTIme
The lle loss loll wan UJ estimated ostmald nt lt 3 3UO1 11000 u large largeof largepart largepart
part of which WI was onllthhlr omu mnachiiiicry uld amid party partyfnlslld partly partlyflnishied
fnlslld flnishied work The fro fire lurlo hmurmied over an urea ureaor areaof
of about three thrl acres acresTHE acrtn acrtnfI acresTi
THE Ti fI I IRESIDEXTS 1111 lllEI n 01V7S 7 tHKSTS tHKSTSInlon W f fUnion f fnlon
Union nlon lalior Ilor Leaders Meet Corlrljim CorlrljimWrlKht orlrtOI ortei3omlrigh1
WrlKht righ1 amid a 11 Others UIIlrM at lmioliron lmiolironWABHINOTON 1llhCOII 1llhCOIIWAStNOTON lmmmueimromYAsmmrNc1roc
WABHINOTON WAStNOTON Nov XI 24At 24 At the th lie lunchuon lunchuonwhich lunchlon lunchlonwhich immnciimmortuvhuich
which the President lreilent gave totiny tudn in il honor honorof hOIUI hOIUIor imoumouof
of the union Inion labor lenders hlderf from frol Butte Blll Mon Monhe Moolie Ion Ionhe
he invited illed several other guest gll lf to be 1 > present presentThey pfit pfitle pmisemm pmisemmThey
They le were George eorge 1J Cortelyou CorolOI Secretory Secretoryof Soretnr Soretnrof
of Commerce ommlTCU and ald I Labor ibor Carroll arrol D I Wright WrightCommissioner WmigtitConinuissioner rllhl rllhlCommAioner
Commissioner CommAioner of labor 1llr former Attorney AttorneyGenonil AttorruuyGeneral tlrllI tlrllIOeneml
General Wayne MneVonnh mind Cnngivwi Cnngivwiman on
Walo lfncrcRh lol ongmmmi ongmmmiman I I Iman
man Dixou Dxon of Montana MontanaThirteen MonlanaTllrtlrn Montanalidrteen
Thirteen Tllrtlrn Miners tnr Killed 1111 In Arkansas ArkansasFont trkanasFORT rkn s sFORT
FORT SMITH SMTJ ALIt A1c Nov N u cv 54By 4 fly nn a I o oploMon I Iflo cx cxplosiomu
ploMon flo iol of gas 11 this thlt tiii nfternoon afteroon t hirtoen hirl flliner fllinerIre miners minerswere nuinerswere
were Ire killed k I Il in II Coal Mine Mil No20 Xo2lal No 20 at Bonanza BonanzaArk ilcunanuxaArk nnanza nnanzaArk
Ark twelve twphl miles mllf from frol this thi city ciy The Theexplosion TIl Tluuexiuloslomi
explosion xplOion occurred occlrrfl when Ih < 1 then were worl about
175 17 mn In Illh the lb various shafts t All 1 ivcnpinl ivcnpinlwithout 11 > 1 1wihout
without wihout injury nIIr except cxc jil llo 110 I I tlincoi t I iuitei en enployed fl euu1uloyed
1lelt
ployed plut > in II Entry Enl r f I
I
UTAH TROOPS RUSH TO MINES MINESITALIAX MINESIITALIN
4 4ITALIAN
ITALIAN ITALIN STRIKERS STRKJRS RIOTOUS ItITJS AXD AXDIXSVLT AVII1lSlIIT AX l lINSULT
INSULT 1lSlIIT AMERIIAX Alllli FLAG FLAGKeeping FJuWKeeplns i iKeeping L
Keeping Nonunion NonUllon Men From Ilrol World WorktnIn WorldIn rturlttmmIn
In the tie Coal Mines Mlnt ihlnes3lliitla Mllltla III Imlcr or orders Uf It Ittier ¬
tier dlrs to Prevent Intlmldallnn IntlllllnnSllr ZmmtluihluiuinpuuSilmr ZmmtluihluiuinpuuSilmrlion Klint Klinttlon
ton lion Also Serious Iflous In li Colorado ColoradoSALT oIOrlll oIOrlllSALT c cSALT
SALT IUKB Utah Uth Nov Xo 24Tho situation situationIn Iltutol J
In the strike centres cntt of tim til Carbon Clrhon county countycoal countlcal i icoal
coal cal fields feld became bcamo go 10 critical critcl today that this thsentire thAenUr
entire enUr State Stt militia tita was Wi rushed rUHhld to the scone wconaof HcenAor sconeof J
of tho trouble on special trains trallR Report Reportof Heprt
of violenc violence on the part of tho strikers striker are aracoming ar arcoming arecoming
coming in hourly and serious seriout trouble in infeared II t tfeared
feared when the troops trooP attempt ttmpt to t restore restoreorder rgtrA rgtrAorer restoreorder
order orer From statements sttmont made to t Gov GovWelU GovWeli I IWells
Wells it that onehalf of ormier fe feminers
Weli appears appar tat fully ruly onhalt s sminers
miners mier are desirous dCrous of continuing cntnuing 11x11 11x11but w woik woikbut
but have l ben been > eon compelled comple to quit qut on o ac account a ¬ 1f
count cunt of assaults alult and ad threats thrat of death deathSeveral deathSeral m j
Several Seral hundred Italian Itlan strikers etrker paraded paradedthe pro j
the street stre of Castle Cate Gate today tay bearing bearingon benl benla
on American upside down alga algaof signof
a Amercau flag fag uplde do osa 8 BQ1
of their tEir contempt cOltmpt Many May rod re flags fal were werewaved werewave werewaved
waved wave by Italians ItaliansTho I IthilansThestrlkeinUtahwaaouderedbyjohn Ua
Tho Te ThestrlkeinUtahwaaouderedbyjohn ThestrlkeinUtahwaaouderedbyjohnMitchell strike strie in i Utah Ua was wa ordered orer by John JohnMitchell loh
Mitchell In sympathy with the Colorado Coloradostrike
llthel I lypathy wth te Clorlo ClorloItko J
strike Itko The Te miners mier demand demad recognition recognitionof rglUn rglUnor
of the to union unIo which tho operators opratrs declare declarethey d dealarthey
they will wi never grant grat Every Ever mine me in i the thsState te teStat i I
State is virtually closed because 1000 union unionmen
Stat i vituay ols bau 10 ul m mmen
men arc ar keeping kepig 1000 10 nonunion nonuion men from fromworking frm frmworking m mworking
working workingGen workingGon I IGsa
Gen Cannon Canon who wlo commands cmmad the te State Statetroops Stt j
troops said sad tonight tnIght We are not to t b bjoered b be bejeered
jeered jer at or sneered sneere at at and anything anythng that thatsavors tt thatsavors I IMors
savors of intimidation itiatn or disorder direr Is i to t b bchecked be becbecke bechecked
checked cbecke without witout delay if I it takes kes all a th te temitr thmilitary i imilitary
military mitr force forc of tho State Stat to t do it itGov ItGov ItV ItVGoy
Gov Wells Wols In calling clng out the mlllUa mlllUasaid mUt militiasaid j
said sd It I was WI a step stp steplwasextremclyhoath steplwasextremclyhoathto I was wa extremely extrmely loath loathto loathto
to take and I only decided to t do do so after afterfull atr atrful afterfull
full ful investigation ieetgaUon There Ther Is no question questionbut queton quetonbut i ibut
but the facts fully fuly warrant warant it Largo num numbers nu nunihors ¬
hors brs of tho coal minors Inor are ar satisfied 8tsfed with withtheir wih wihtheir withtheir
their wages wares and their thei boura and aU tholr tholrsurroundings thor thorsurroundings thoirsurroundings
surroundings They have blo no grievance griovancoagainst gtovano f
against aglinst their employers omployer and ane all al they ask askis ak akit I Iis
is it to be b let alone Tho striking stking coal miners minersled mlneraled minersled
led alone by so 10 called cled organizers organizra wont let them themalone thor themalone
aloneThe
The Sheriff Shor of the county couty has reported reportedto reprtod reprtodto j
to me that ho is unable to cope cp with wth tho thosituation tholitaton i isituation
situation litaton and Is powerless Ilwerlels to t maintain maintainpeace maln maintainpeace in inpa
peace pa and protect life le and properly properlyAs propertAR
As long as a I am Governor I shall Rhol resist reulstthe realHtthe resistlie
the lie tyrannical tyannial and ad unlawful interferonoo interferonooof ilterfernco ilterferncoof T Tof
of individuals idividuals or unions with wih tho peaceful peacefulpursuits pelcerul fm fmpursuits
pursuits of the citizens of this thl State
THREATS TI1REATSTOJJClIHAITtlr TO LYXCII DYXAMITERS DYXAMITERSVlEllanee
VlEllanee I lanre Committee ommltcl onimttteftrgummizeni Organized OrCllllc at Cripple CrippleCrcekiUnlon CllrJl1l iimpleCrcekUnlon r
CrcekiUnlon trcelUnlon Men llm laui Confesses ConfessesDBKVim COIsrF COIsrFDEIm simIesc simIescDzwvnn
DBKVim DEIm Cal Cl Nov No 24 24Becnuirm Borntuw Bcrnuru of till thnorganization tl tillorganization
organization organztion of a vigilance iriancu commit 1011ilo comnnumittee toe nt ntCripple lt ltCpple mitCripple
Cripple Cpple Creek Crk and alc threats Ihreta of swift Iwlf von vengeance lI ¬ i igeance
geance ganc upon upn dynamiters dynamier one prisoner prisoneragainst Ilr prisoneragainst HOnpr HOnpragal
against agal whom there is I strong strolg evidence evidenceof cldelct cldelctor
of an a attempt to blow up lp a train loaded loadedwith lOd1 lOd1wih loadedwith
wih with nonunion nonuIon miners has 1Is been be talim talimtotthe lalt1 i itotbe
totthe penitentiary pnitenta at Canon Catn City for ante entokeeping Etl Etlkelng antekeeping u
0 0AdjutantGeneral
keeping keepingAdjutantGeneral kelng kelngAdjutntGneral
AdjutantGeneral AdjutntGneral Bell Bel says lays that ono of ortho oftlio ofho
tlio ho men arrestedfor artetor blowing up the theYlll Vlndl Vlndland h hc hand
conr 1 1and
1i Q II1 c
and implicated impUcto other union loaders IJ1dol and andthese andthee mcithese
these thee prisoners prso m too will be b taken tallln to Canon CanonCity Q CanonCity on onCity
City or brought brougt to Denver Dmer Coin en Roll Rollthinks l1 m mthinks
thinks thns that thodynnmiters tbodymr have just jlst begun beguntheir bgln bglnthir beguntheir
their thir work and predicts prics more desperate deaperatocrimes deprltu deprltucrme t tcrimes
crimes crme than those already arrdy attempted attemptedThe atempted atemptedTe
The Te men now at work in the mines am amveterans art artveterns f
veterans veterns of the Cur C nr dAJfen dAne dAi n district and andwill Ind Indwl antiwill
will wl take tale nn In active partwhen pwhen the thovginte thovgintewho thevigihintea vigilantes vigilanteswho i iwho
who include icude leading citizens ct70nR in all al lines linesof les lesof linesof
of business bUHineA begin bgln ridding the camp cp of ofdynamiters ordymlor ofdynamiters
dynamiters dynamitersCOLORADO dymlor dymlorOIORADO dynamitersCOLORADO
COLORADO TO GET FEDERAL FEDEIAL AID AIDIOOt AiDI
1 IOOt OOO nines HneM and Equipment Euipmet for or lOOO 10 Men Mento Ilen Ilento Mento
to lie Sent at Once OnceWASHINGTON OnceW iQ iQWAsimmNoo
WASHINGTON W ASINOTON Nov 24 24Another 4Antor Another appeal appealfor appl appltor
for Federal Jcderl aid toward towad suppressing 8ullprcng the thestrike theItrlkl thestrike
strike disturbances In Colorado wan received receivedat
Itrlkl clslurbno I WI rcived rcivedat j jat
at the War Department Depament this afternoon ateroon from fm fmGov fronu0ev
1 Gov Peabody PoabodyHis Pebdy PebdyHis PeabodyHis
His request rlueet several days ago ao for troop troopof trp
of the lie Regular Igular army having been ben refused refusedby rlUe refusedby
by the President PridAnt on time tlO ground grund that tht the themilitia U th thmilitia
militia IUtia had not 10t yet yot boon bon proved proe powerless powerlessto pwrls pwrlsto
to to handle tho situation 81tultl01 Gov Peabody Peabodrasked Peabodyasked
asked today for arms and clothing so that thathe thaihe
he could rf enforce the militia already called calledout calledomit
out
Several telegrams on this subject were Trersreceived I Ireceived
received during the afternoon and by byspecial byspecial
special direction of Secretary Root orders orderswere ordersuvere
were immediately issued by the aupply
bureaus for the shipment tonight of the thaarticles thearticles
articles called for forIn forJim
In one despatch Oov IVnbody asked for
1000 rifles and this was referred to Gen GenCroziur L LCrozier
Croziur Chief of Ordnunco who hud tele teletrams tub tubgrains
trams tent to Rock Inland ArsenalRock ArsenalRockI ArsenalitockIsland
I til forward time l lwithout by
Island Ill to arms express expressusithuomut
without any delay No ammunition was wasnaked wanasked
naked for and it is presumed that timatthoCoio timatthoCoiorndo tho Colo Colorndo
rndo National Guard has on hand all the thuammunition theunummiumiltiouu
ammunition that is novded novdedAnother iiedeclnotimr
Another telegram imbed for uniforms uniformsoverciiats uniformsovercoats
overcoats shoes and other equipment for
1000 menand bvorder of Gen Humphrey HumphreyQmiartermnasterOenerai
QnartennaHterueneraJ shipment of this thismaterial thismaterial
material will lii irudu tonight from the tholeKt thetithst
tithst leKt in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaIt
It WHS said nt rum War mir Department that thatwhile thatwhilk
while Gtri let dates who umus iis sent to Colorado Coloradoto
to t 0 Investigate invest Igmi 1 tho t hue ulrilti at rim illinium I I a i tim mm nnd mu miii ro roport roIrt
port upon ilio necessity nmeCW3ht ol having tin vimmt Federal Federaltroops FsleralI
troops I sent there t hud renoif1 m m mo m I Iis I u arrival arrivalin mm rriva I Iin
in tho timuidisturbect disturbed region irif mm fmirmitor tin hnrpporthiiH hnrpporthiiHJMen rport lois loislseum
JMen leuiyed received from him thicigli he is es esected oxI
I sct > ected ccl to inform i ii tnriui the t tie Department I trm liuttIi as soon soonas i ilip
as possible of the m him extent extem m t of ilie m lit diwurl diwurlancf ii jo ml mlimmune
immune amid mime ability of the Governor oinuur of ofColorado ofoleramlo
Colorado to meet the situation situationun slimiam lout loutilhIItiIi
< un ilhIItiIi iuit AiiEAis ro 14 onrLL onrLLTo
To Help liii I Im I ni Out I Pit HiiHe I I I PiCO Carson Would WouldAlderman t rnhl rnhltmeert
tmeert tinnelicelvr tinnelicelvrkidrmmuan
Alderman Herbert Imvon who i is time thonew timenmeuv
new Republican lttpui blicim a lrucl Icu tier r of thu t I me Twenty Twentyfilth Ivent y yliftim
filth district said yesterday thai his dole dolegates dot dotgatus
gates to the county coinmiteo would vote voteagainst ot otagnimmet
against George R Manchester or for reclw reclwtion iecltcthin
thin as secretary at thin meeting for organ organization orgammIzatiomu ¬
ization in December Manchester Mn mucbtstcr liven in inthe nutn
the n lii district dist net but supiiortfd cmi ju Isurm ti Henry I I eiimy ilirrell Burrlliii
in the t lii last primurjos primurjosAl pr imnuarirs imnuarirsA
Al A t iii > itinil G miulsr > er is jn ing iii g to I o put tipii ii i candid en nd ltbt a aagainst aa
against a gli inst M mi linn 11 mmmi Bruce fur fu r president < if C Iv Ivcounty h hcoil
county coil mit y commit ti uiifluit I e > Mr i r Druee flmiui coino cc m cis lr I r < 1 1 1jrubvrH iGruiittrs
jrubvrH district iniber has aiiptf i ito
to iov uuu Odell to help 11m in nn eftntt 11 11unseat i itu
unseat tu President Bniee BnieeYiliS7 hirum hirum111S7
YiliS7 111S7 VAXDERRIIT RRV RRVA 11 till tillA
A Girl Horn lo I t Mr nndMre nmiml 3lrs nilllnm Vt H Ir Irat Prat
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