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IASTCARDAGAINSTNEWONI01 IASTCARDAGAINSTNEWONI01SAM tAST CARD CRDAGAINST AGAINST NEW UNION UNIONtlI
SAM tlI PARKSS ItfR ltTI LtTiI FOLLOWED FOLLOWEDAHE FOI OJrIWS OJrIWSA1fl
I AHE IItI THY TIlIIO I SO IllS METHODS METHODSBuchanan METhODSF METhODSJ3ueIunait 1lETIIODSDUllulOall
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Buchanan llm < to TnUe Chareo Cliar of Their ThflrStrike TlalrStrlk
5 Strike StrIkeCniI Calls Tills Ihe storm On OnI yen yenlreIollee tn tntrrIollrr
I trrIollrr rr iNilIrr Trying TriIi to Keep the Ntorm NtormWllhln liitormWllhln MtOrfltIhin
Wllhln Ihin Hounds 1J0unlliSloneeul1erl Slonecullcr at t Work WorkThe WorkTho forkTue
The violence which made tho tim strike strikeof str1ke4I
of housesmitlis under tho supervision pf pfSim QISam Q Qp
p I Sam Parks notorious throughout tho coun country COUlltrr count ¬
t try is b being attomptiMl nttlIIphtllnlhe In the prrnont strike strikeagainst A rlklOl rlklOlIIlalnHt
4 against tho iron League Ioa uo and tho Fuller FullerCompany FlI1erCOrnpRII FullerCompany
Company and supposedly HuppoH lIy under control of ofPresident orf
1 f President lrt6ldent Pre ident Buchanan BuchananBuchanan Buch1nIIBuchannn IlucluinaiiI
I Buchanan ctimu hero yesterday to tako takecharge takochargo
4 chargo of affairs on bolmlf of Local No 2 2tho 2tho 2r
r tho striking liousewnlths hou t < IIIItII union When Whenseen Whollflen Vhoncn
ho admlttW admlttWthat admlWxlthat admIttixlthat
seen cn at tliu Ashland House
that tho lntcrnntloiiil strike hn ht had called calleddid callvddid cailoddid
did not cut cutlnuch much Ice icoI ICII
I find ho aid that there Is I not much muchwork muchf muchwork
f work being done by U members of the Iron IronLenpuo IronLooruo IronS
S Lenpuo outside of Now No York The storm stormcentre stormClntro Btorlncentre
centre of tho fight fI ht will be here hereThoro hereThoro hereI
I Thoro scorned to be many lan man storm centres centreslittle ClatrC centreslittle
little ltte ones one Tho pollen polen wero kept on the thejump thejump thejump
jump chasing away gangs glnrA of rough nock nocktho nocktho neckthe
tho pet name Imo for the rowdies rowdlo In Sam Sm Parkss ParkssInto Park larks8late
Into union who went from building huldlnl to t build buildIng bullllInl buildbig
big Inl trying to intimidate Intimlrato members of the tlienew tle tleU theJ
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new U union unionJohn unionj unionJohn
j John Francis Frnd of 2148 H Lexington Ilxlnlton avenue avpnuoand alnl avenueand
i and John Dnvrcn Da en of 214 1 East 112th 121h street streetmembers strtmemhers streetniembera
members of Local No 2 were held In 11 3 < 00 00ball
1 ball bal each Ich for examination yesterday e terday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon on tho clmrgo chnrpt of assaulting aBultlnl Joseph JosephCantor J0ph J0phCntor JoeophCintor
Cantor Cntor und uld Hyman Tetlebaum Tltebaum two mem members momber memhers ¬
hers ber of tho now union who wore 010 ero workihg workihgon
on a now theutro in 12ith street near nAr Third Thirdavenue Thirdavenue Jhlr
avenue A gang Kanl of nix x men 10n rushed rlilld on the thevictims theIctlns thevictims
victims Ictlns in the ho afturuoon afluon knocked knocko them themdown themdO themdown
down dO and kicked IdcJ11 UienThoy tln lJi n 1hcy ho identified identifiedthe idontfe
the two men under ulipr rtrrcflt Irrlt but lut would make makeno makeno
no complaint cmplint until unti Magistrate Crane threat threatened threatenl threatened ¬
enl ened to lock 101 them up upSeveral 1 111Several
Several Sera policemen plicmen polkneuarivedat arrived nivat at a new school schoolhouse shool shoolhOlEO schoolbou
house hOlEO bou in Broomo street Iflet where Contractor ContractorJohn Contratr ContratrJohn ContractorJohn
John Pinkel Plkoill has reiirnbersof rthers f tho new union unionat
at work ork just in II time tnie to prevent a gang of ofhtrikers oftrlerl oftrikers
htrikers trlerl from frol taking takln POgrson POgrsonA possession possessionA
I A muiibor llr of the foremen fM iemen meli on buildings buildingswho bulldlnjA bulldlnjAwho buildingswho
who aro working workln under the arbitration arbitrationagreement arhltraton arhltratonaprlment arbitrationagreement
agreement aprlment have hu not no Ml tl t Local Lcal No No2 2 2nnd 2nndcoiuplainte and andcomplaints andcomplalnt
complaints worn wor made to tho Building Buiding Em Employers Emploers EmpioyorL ¬
ployers Association Acwiatol yesterday terdn that some someof II someof
of these thel wero eio siding slllll with wlh the thl gangs which whichjeered whichjcn1 whicht
t jeered jcn1 nt tho workers It was wo decided dlcded to todischarge t toI
I discharge dllhargo every etry fnritqan foellnt at once ono who does doesnot docsnat doesnot
not leave Iaflcal Local No NO NoI 2 2Guarding 2Guarding
I Guarding the tht workmen workmEn to and from their theirwork tholrwork theirt
t I b work was wa not always effective eftctt A repre representative repr reproi ¬
i i sentative ntalo of If tho firm frm of Richey Wehe Browno BrownoDonald Brownos A ADonald
s Donald which has hn members mcmbcrf of the tht now nowunion nowunion
1 union at work on the Butterick lutcrlck Building Buiding
tfiLn IIJiJ fcj N rnporUsg
n Iu IuOlnClr111nWm L LOit0
I Oit0 OZfCrotIrnnwr nntablo not able to
OlnClr111nWm nrqurmTnwar n01aolo come cometo cmo cmoto cometo
to work4 wof wot4diu < idty oViifrftA iit t a beating bntng ho ha re received recehI1 xei ¬
i ceived cehI1 jrmtrlkrJ Jrumn rom Ktrikern lastnight kt n tnl Tilimt ht He HI lives llvosiiTWiniainfttliirsf livesiaI11Inmrmtir s s1WlmamMl
iiTWiniainfttliirsf 1WlmamMl irg find Id wesehta wm4iit viih1a a guard guar wih wihhim withhim with withhim
him to the fftrrsliontjvrho fryho iEtt twho who HOW Hw him safely safelyoixhoanl sfely sfelyTl safilyI
I oixhoanl TJw Tl gangwu gn xang wa waiting wallg for him himon himL
L 01 on I t tILts btherSidO oIlier sid fin anJ waylaid aylald Mm him him Iti il iii a ad aI n ndnrR
I dnrR d rxrl rJ ilnce ilnceMtiS Tc lncuI t n nrir
I rir MtiS KoY N NO 3tyiw 3 V w deported t rteye8teray yesterday by bythe byth
I the th tTotirnymMV 7111 lf Ktdn ttdI14tol itmucxt ciittore teym tho only onlyBtrotig onlyAtlMg onlyI
I Btrotig AtlMg ilnidrt Unidi of Mdllec ikfM workers worker left In the theold tle tleoU theold
old oU Hoard Joarll of Building BnldllgTrdes IIxiiIdIi Trades Tm nt s They had hadstruck hn hadFtI1mk
struck t1wk on behalf I > hlot of Local Ioll No No2 2 on onReral onReralof several severalof
of Oiorteft Chnleowens A Oowenseontractn ontrchl and on a acontract acontract aI
I f contract of tho ThompsonStarrett 1lmpolStarrtt Com Company Cor Cornpany ¬
pany ny Believing Belelng thjiMta t light ght was wn now nowhoprless nowhoptleAI nowhoiwies
hoprless hoptleAI they luyrovcaueifcit IIV off of and tho thostonecutters thottonecutel thotonecuttexs
stonecutters ttonecutel roJUjjmtd rQtIrfll tff t tdwtrtC vfcrk vfcrkThe br
The 1 he board of eoomorsof gqvmrnors fnd of the zo Employers EmployersAssociation EmployemIolatlon EmployersAssociation
oaomorsoHbo
Association > Iolatlon announced n yesterday that It
unctay
has taken sun Irifcfce h mnzm radicalaction radical HicUon tion against againstLocal againt againtLoal againstLocal
rl
Local Loal No Nowho o 21Xithe1n mthrosng se img membr members membersI
I who signod sxgnnd44 = M J drbjtijuiplj agreement
individually Ildlldunly could ou1d bo rilitlpJ employed gment and the theboard theboard theboard
board has hl nttw n pawgd mxxsid emP A resolution tfoluUon by bywhich bywhich byA
A which employcnsjnrtfwiiwoctlon employerJn ton can only onlyemploy anI onlyI v vemploy
I employ actual niPtalMrtjaftho nit nIvqlMttIo New York YorkHouseamlths YorkHOIesmlths
j Houseamlths HOIesmlths Union otfsf o on structural ructural ructurl iron con conWhen conIL conoccm
IL ta Mf eer every 1tIJvr tr u j jWhen occm e m Bt Btta sent sentto
When hen asftcdJf alfedr a a < T national Mton or an a Inter International Internatonal international ¬
national natonal strike strke would Ioulq bo ordered against againsttlio aanlt aanlttho agalnatthin
orlrc
thin FtfUer F1rer CompanyPreKident Corpannlrtldnt Company rliilcnt Buchanan BuchananKiiWioJthooglitMiot BuchananIldhol Buchanansaimt4xotlxoulmtnic
KiiWioJthooglitMiot Ildhol saimt4xotlxoulmtnic hoqbt 1Wt President McConnell McConnellof IcConnel
of the Ftl Fullr r f5p1Jrly C Cdlpany Pony sid A that concern concernwasgeUfiiR concr concernwas
wasgeUfiiR ms gettxng ehtg aH in thohien thl the m men n ifneeded ft inceed needed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the roTt noT noffun1cxx union UnOI of a hDUwsamlthfl hDUwsamlthfla hllmlt houseamithsI1LcRLPriIitGq
a I1LcRLPriIitGq Lotf ifl Eft l CHICAGO c1 ryGQ CARS CARSSlfdJnalltJJIlptied CtRstttnaICIPe ctRsSice1DahlqSlllcI1
SlfdJnalltJJIlptied stttnaICIPe Brtveen Dttetn HIP fipokrn fipokrniflf Spkt Spktl pokcs
l 1 iflf ix fa1urfrl aTmirmx jriiM > Tl T y > on nafa111 atdc falile lAne IJnrCllic 1lnt lAnemilcoo
1 Cllic CUl milcoo oo O Nov 24Stcel rails mis slipped slippedbetween flppd flppdbtwen slippotlbetween
between btwen the thefour four foot spokes Ipef of the big bigunderground hlgundergi bigundemgr
underground undergi undemgr tnd xxxxJ turnwVel turlw I 1 onAvTiich 00 lch the State Statestreet StatoItr Statestrvot
street Itr t cablerevolves b reo at Sixtythird street streetcausedfridrV ftrlt streetI
I 1 causedfridrV cnusl caxeocl r hid yjcjmc trouble troubTe this morning mOnlng in the thestreet thei he heatreCt
i street stre eat rr ea RtriUft trlk than any any other barricade Imrricaclotho harrl1do harrl1dothoetrllel
I the thoetrllel strikers have yet constructed cOltrcted The Therails ho homil
I rails mil were verl ert not noticed toli noti d 1 when the ho cable chle was wasstarted wa wastartO wamtarteI
started startO Ihb Ih thu morning 10nin As a result rlsult they
twisted and ane an bent tho great Irat Fpokes Ipoles pok of the thewheel thl thevhteJ
wheel hlel al ll nil out oul qC ot shape slmnc stopping ItopplnS the wheel wheeland whlel whlelanr wheeland
and anr threatening thr fhreatenIn ntnli oCRwp j to to Cr put pt the line lne out of ofTb offerv ofmcrv1o
rthio
ferv mcrv1o trtho nay y
Tb T fli1m 1U > b6UuctioiixvaBifound u01 zimtufound va8fond In time tme to tosave toMe tosai
save th thoTaible bl nnHmVn ana nfn werd we r pet ft to workMwfngthe worksa work workwvwfnff
wvwfnff Mwfngthe sa a fr the rails raTe in lr two They were wer no notwiB4ftUby 10 10I sotwis4
I twiB4ftUby twl twis4 t xl by the hoppokps IqokII4 of < the tIl turnwheel turnwheelthatjhejr turhE1 turnwheeithatj3ey
1 thatjhejr thitjbir could Qldlj iiotb6exfricated PQtJ cxfricatecl xfrlctcd This Thiscauaeda ThlRcUIM Thiscatsfd
cauaeda cUIM catsfd a delay utay e1ay of B > nah hour in starting etartlnctho staring
I the State Sat street slclt line lineThpothep lne lnet lineTI
Thpothep TIW TI Qt ffUlnlf UnpfiTan ran ran without d ont trouble troublethough troubleI
I t though there wos M Rome IOln excitement Exclement on the theHalstod tho1a11o theI
I I Halstod 1a11o street cars whenmaklng when b nmllng making the return returntrip rtur
1 trip trlpI trlpL trlpLA T TA
I A tfendlocV prldlock adlee has Keen ben reached rached readied in the ne negotiations nelotlxlolE negOtfUiIs ¬
gotiations lotlxlolE for n I fCttloment of tho strike etrikeComj strikeCenpnofbcic6 trikeComnn
Comj Comnn Cenpnofbcic6 > any < 6flioinls fclulAnd and MriUe ftrihe leaders have haveopenjy hal haveopenly
openly declared lctred Xheirdeleimlnation Jeir ihcir del dtIeminatlon e ndaton not notto notto notto
opetr to concede a single ffTlle point pointrAnKspjEs polntPARKiPlES clnt clntt
rAnKspjEs PARKiPlES IN iV J NEW > EW rvov rvovIJ flIO flIOIhr
t IJ Ihr lAeIy cjy firrap rrIP tra Wlien lln Thry lllY lime Werp crs mllonrt Dlspovrrert Dlspovrrertrionrlsli IIeoetdllourlsti
rionrlsli Flolh llourlsti of Knlvrt Huhnand and Ilitols IlitolsMembers 111011lembrs IIstoIMembers
Members lembrs of Sam m Parkss Ilrlss entertainment entertainmentcommittee enterainment enterainmentcommltteo entertainmentcommittee
committee started 6 ar c ft f light fght at a meeting met lug of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Now Ne York Houaesmiths HOU tBmths Union lron at atThird 160 160Third 16
Third Thid pvenuo Monday londa night Knives Knivesglasses Knlel Knivesglasses
I glasses glSs and revolvers oolver were used u in the thescrap thecrRp thescrafl
scrap and Charles arleR Wilton Witon vicepresident vicepresidentof vlCpresdentof
k of tho New ew York Hotisesmlths 10tsmlths Union was wasarrested wasarrested 1
arrested arrest cd on a charge of carrying concealed concealedwiupons conClal concealedsvtpon4
wiupons wiuponsThe wupn The mod melln tog was in full lul swing when It was wasdiscovered
wn
I discovered dlfCOlrlll I hut several soprl of ParL Par s followers followerswere folowere folowerewere followersI
were In tho t 10 lie hull hal Thcvlmd The They had got In on forged forgednipmlXTftiip forge forgedrnmbexfLxiJ
I nipmlXTftiip mmblr liJ cards Tlio 110 outsiders wore woreOJtCtC1 weroojectcd wereejected
l1 t the hc meeting carneto to t tend
ejected arid m tng cmo an abrupt abruptCU1 abruptUd
end CU1 Ud
I endBut But the trouble t luhlo did not stop ItO there therethe In Inthl InI
the I he saloon 11001 under tho hall hal more of the Parks Parksmou Park8meu ParksTow
Tow wcro wlrl discoveKwl diicoretll and the fight fght was wasrenewed WMrc wasrenewed
renewed rc lced Revolvers eoerl and ant knives were
drawn by b by tho Parkscrowd Parks owd and the other othermtnretolUtcd othormon othernxxnrcoiated
mtnretolUtcd mon rlto11ltfd by throwing hthrowln beer l am r glasses glaAs and andhntina ali aliIf
4 If I hntina ho hotJ I Ir 3njVjtppji4 W > iin vii < 7n iiiMil his hi revolver rayolvcrcnflTtml1 rQ revolverrJ1fltttPT1inttrthcrair olver olveru
u cnflTtml1 rl rJ1fltttPT1inttrthcrair r rwoplwiB c tntuThcTair Oalr 1 and tho thocrowd thocr
j I I crowd cr d scattered scatteredVllton btered bteredr S
5 Vllton Slton was athQ flH IhQehly nlY one onesrrested arrested rrestld Ho Howa 10 10wa HoI
I r I wa wa fined fned 10 in tholorkvillacourt tho < York 1Icour yester yesterJfEST eser eserI
dy
SI SI4isr 1
JfEST iSlE EGG IOn EMPLOYEES EMPLOYEESCdmpanytoflvf
RtlL01RES RtlL01RESI
I 1 Cdmpanytoflvf hpanrof1 Hank na Uoohi With llh De Deposits Dr DrI Dcposits ¬
posits 10 ls to I Their Ttlr Credit CreditRocHESTEn Crtl CreditBocmxEsmn
I RocHESTEn NOT 24 24Henry Henry Lomb Lombone Lmb LmbOn Lombx
x 4 On on one of olLho the founder Itunde of the Bausch Dauseh 1 Lomb LombOptical Lmb LmbI
I Optical Optcl Company celebrated Cehrtc his hl seventy soent soentffh seventytifh
fifth ffh birthday blrluli birt1xda unniversiJcyV ann anniverrytoday today toa and andannounced nndf andannounced
f I announced anbunCd that tat the firm frm el1r had placed plaC at his
disposal dl poMI a n4um auxn um of of money to be distributed distributedamong dlNtrbute distributedamoxig
among arclg it I Its ompl6VeooM IIPI Yf The T Jlrm employs emplo1 employsI
Srm
I 1200 12 and the total tot amount given away awaywill alay awayt
t i will wi be several thousanddollars thousanddollarsMr t h QII110Iaf
ci J Mr Lombs Lmb s planis pllni not 10t to give the thl th em employees ¬
I ployees tho tlO amount amoult outright OU riJ riillt but to give givethem Ive Ivethbm
I El 1 them tank bank lxx hook > ks with wih thcdeposlt todelslt to their tlielrcredit Ihelrcr
m credit cr cre lit lt The amounts received tlcllvr by each eachemployee eacheniployce lch lchfnplof
employee fnplof will il h s rlroportonnto jr porionite to the
length Ilnlh of time t timuixohas ho hr tins served ero prtonte the firm firmtloil fr flrmtloti
tloil 110 I M II howell lowtlRIEns lowtlRIEnsloyd ReIns HrtlKntLloyd ReInsLloyd
Lloyd loyd Mortimer lor Iner Uowpll Uorl has resigned reRlfe his hispost hil hispost
post as second aOTlstnnF tS
pr e dMst l William Wiim J
Youngs Y ungs United Unlt Stnteft Stt Stnt DWrict D rict Attorney Attrey
InBrooUbTi i In Brook Brooklyn to engageJrv engagijrlvate nl ejrrh1 nrlvatc practice practiC
Mr Howell was appphrttd five
Howel WIS appll f years ago ago
byDI ltct A tIt and was held
tomerl wa
ove by Ct o
qN aD sdM PIW A Mmiiaacd MmiiaacdA
NW D8URY 1 I
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TtHAM
T C I IADVERTISING
ADVERTISING A DVERTIS1NG is isnot isnot isnot
not a short cut to tosuccess tosucces tosuccess
success succes but it is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most Direct Roads RoadsWOODBURY RoadsWOODBURY RoadsWOODBURY
WOODBURY Ltd
150 Fifth Avenue AvenueSouthwest AvenueSouwel AvenueSouthwest
Southwest Souwel CornerTwentidh Cornewen eh Street StreetADVICE Stre StreADVIE StreetADVICE
ADVICE ADVIE TO LABOR EMPLOYERS EMPLOYERSHOW
HOW 101 TO AVOID A OlD TttOlULKm TIWIJLI TRfl1JLI I hi TWO TWOCOlSKLLOHS 710 710COlSIILOfS TiltCOVSJI1LOItS
COlSKLLOHS COlSIILOfS Alt AX A VICTIM VICTIMEducate IJT 111 111EIIalf I IEducate
EIIalf Educate Your eur ur Workmen Sa Sa1 > Alf AICrrd rrri Slosely Sloselyand Moci Mociand orl orlRnd
and Confer COICellonrrr ContelCGnfCr Confer Ka Saps a > s Marcus MarcusSlarki UarctlsMarksirganhZC Iarel IarelIarklOrrnnlle
Slarki MarksirganhZC IarklOrrnnlle Orcnnlc S Sa s Wallnee 1II11 aiIaer How Howne 10 1011flk lo lone
ne 11flk > Talk to Metal lllnl Trdrs TadlR Assi 1 nation nationAlfred Ilnlon IlnlonAllred UnlionAlfred
Alfred Moaely 10ely of England 1ngland and Marcus MarcusMarks MarcusMarks larcusMk8
Marks Mk8 of tho National Natonal Civic CIlo Federation Federationwere Jtdemton Jtdemtonwere
were the guests gUOt of tho Metal Trades Trdls Asso Association A Asoclatlon o odation ¬
ciation at its le annual annul dinner last night at attho attho atthe
tho Vendomo Both of them chided chldlo tho thomembers thomembrl theinemnbori
members membrl of tho association aollon for their I rule ruleas rlo rloas ruleas
as employers omploerlnot not to confer with employees employeeswho emploIIwho
who are on strike Mr Ir Moscly wild llln in part partI part partI
I believe In trade unionism ulloll I but It dofmt dofmtfollow domtColow t tfollow
follow Colow that I believe leo in overythlntr olIrthln it I trioto trio trJ triesto
to t do As President Prl ldlnt Hoocovelt 1000cll has Rftirl it itmust Itmlst Itmust
must mlst bo judged Jldged by b conduct and an r not 10t by bytheories bythlorles bytheories
theories thlorles concerning cOIrlu it I The 1hl right rlht of labor liiborto Ilbor Ilborto
to organize orlanlzl cannot be ilfiiled but the desire desiroof deslroof desireof
of union labor to close coso time shops to till ul other otherlabor othlr othlrlabor otherlabor
labor Is niont 10st unrcasoniiblp unreasonlhlt r Fnd ani > i l If I was IS nn nnemployer 11 11fmploer axiemployer
employer fmploer In this thll country ountrr I would wOlld fl eiht tIght ht to tho tholast thoIlst thelast
last Ilst ounce ounc the th is attempt atlmlpt of any I organization orcnnlzatlonto orllnlzutlon orllnlzutlonto
to dlctuto to me how I Hhoiild comhict comilct tiny niybusiness I tinybusiness
business When Wh n Mich dlcUtloii citutlon is i sucxcwsful sucxcwsfulwe HUCldulWI
we will bo not far from anarchy imiirchyThe nlirelw nlirelwho anarchyfho
WI The wi ho bf best b t 10t cure clro fil of tho dlfflriiltr dlncnl l Is to tosducate tosducatethn wlucnte wlucntethn Mluete MlueteIhl
them them all the con conditions nonditlons ¬
thn Ihl worklnsmen worklnlpn and Ind each tllch al In Indilons
ditions of the problem roblln lA I Jt > t them thll under understand undeltald understaind ¬
stand tald dilons soiiietlilni olethlnl of competition corprltlon the rules rulesof rltlS rltlSof ratesof
of exchange and nil au th other conditions louditions that thatIlploon thatemployers hatomplororw
employers Ixchlllp have unc to contend with Send tlnin tlninabroad th1 thetitabroad
Ilploon abroad IbrOld to see for tlioinselvcs thelseles lioy how much mialiworse Inch Inchworsu muchOil
worse off labor Is In England EUlllnn and Ind Uerniaiiy Uerniaiiythnn llrln llrlnthan erlIlamny erlIlamnythan
than It 01 Is i here Dont wait wlit till tl the strike strikeCOIIIPH strike0mPH
COIIIPH Get let together cinployirs ImpIOPJ untl Inrt cin cinployeon er tnmmpIoyee
ployeon 011 tet before blforo tOllthtr thero 1 Is any nn tiltUrnesa hilernlsg and nndtalk andtalk andtalk
talk the th thing thlrlr out outWnllaco outWalac outValiaco
Wnllaco Downey Raid that no employer employerno omploIIno
Walac Dwne
no matter ral r how strong he ht may be can cal hope lujpoto hrnto
to stand alone alolo In these thfe days da and light lght hm hmbattles hl hlbuttlel hisbattles
battles buttlel with organized labor Ilbor without wlllnt the thosupport thl thlupprt thesupport
Mr lr Downey Downeysaid 1owneysaid
support upprt of other employers DowIEY DowIEYsall
said sall saidlit
saidHB sallII HB II may Rot pt nlone I10nt aion for a time III by b hrlblnir hrlblnirwnlkliiR hrlhlnwalkln hrihlnrwalking
walking ia delegates d l hut It wont worm on t lust 111 On Orl of oftho ofthe ofthe
the prlnoipiil prlnclpll pri mmci pa I glp causes CUIS of o t thn t h clllllfiilty dllenlr d 111cm It y Is tli tlicownrdlPB thl thleowlrdle t tint tintcowardice
cowardice eowlrdle nnd avarice nlrlel of the employer cUplo1er who whofearful whoCPrful winofearful
fearful CPrful of the tie loss los of biwlneas bI5Inl yields y i iclils l to tlio tlioexorbitant tli tIi tIiozorhitatit
exorbitant demands or the union unIonI
deUund
cxorbltalt I believe 1 with Mr Ir Morley Iorll t1 and Mr Ir Marks Murksthnt Marksthat llrkA llrkAthat
that > there therl 1tc should wih ba b patience pitlence und tolerance tolerancennd tolfrllo tolfrlloand toleranceand
and talking things over Ofr but when W11 principle principleIs principiI
Is Involved tnlkinl and thlnls the thl rights rlht of tin Pinloyer Pinloyerns lplor lplora
ns a an American IIrlcln citizen cllzpn tire lre Ht ntnke tal1 there theroshould tlero tleroshould I Ishould
should be bl no compromise comprolise to uvolcl noll trouble troubleH troubleJI
H JI C Hunter Hunte liuntercounsel counsel couuf1 for forthno tho 11 association associationstated ulsncation ulsncationstate xwscciatinnstated
stated state in his report tliut thlt lint an al omployment omploymentbureau employmflt employmfltbUHau ernpioymmtciitbureau
bureau is II to bo b established estnhlhed where whcrl natal members 111 natalhers
hers ors of the association asoentlon may la find nt workmen workmenwithout orklel orklelwlthau omkineitwithout
wlthau without the interference of walking wnlklnf dele delegates delugtes cinlngates ¬
gates He said lald alwo that thlt beginning bllnuin with withnext withnex withnext
next gtes month there will wl bo monthly meetings meetingsof meet lags lagsof H
of nex representatives reprntatlls t1re of nil ul the th employers employersassociations elplo ernployeanassociations > I Ia8oclltonlln
associations a8oclltonlln In the city cty to perfect prCfct u I t general generalorganization glilrl glilrlorganlzt generalorganization
organization organizationSHOT organlzt organizationMIOT Ion IonSIOl
SHOT SIOl RY A yoVfVJOY Orlm MAX MAXf iUSUnon lht lhttalon
f Unon talon nlon Striker Slrlr In a Cane Gan of Hoot looltr hooter ors Wounded Wounrtrcland Woundedand ou1lrl ou1lrlanll
and May 1 isy TIle DloMOLIXK nt ntMOLt TIleM0LINE
MOLIXK MOLt E Ill I Nov No 34Georgo 2tGerge aalen aalena Ca Clascn Clascna cn cna
a union moulder was wn shot tonight toIIEht whllo whlloIn whie whiei vIiiloIn
In i a crowd crwd following folowig nonunion nOlunion men mel going goingfrom goingfrom
from the foundry foUdr of Williams Wiiam White t Co Cowhere Cowhere
where wher they have been ben employed emploo during durng the therimmer thouiuer timeiiuiuner
rimmer uiuer The Te man man is In Inltcrltl lnscritical it critical condition conditionat oondit < ndlton ndltonat Ion Ionat
at the hospital and may die dieFour dloFour dIeFour
Four nonunion men aro under arrest arreston
on suspicion splcon of the shooting loaded 101ded re revolvers re0lver8 revolvers ¬
volvers having been ben found foud on them them A Astrike Astrike Astrike
strike haw hI been ben In II effect cfEct since sinc early spring springIn fprn fprni
In i this city cty involving 100 10 moulders tnouldlrl in II the theday thl themaclime I Imachino
machino shoR shops who quit for a nine hour hourday I
day and ten tn hours pay Nonunion Nonullol men menwere Iln Ilnwere menwere
were brought brught here to take their thei places placesand placesand i iand
and there ther have been ben many mal encounters encountersduring eneuuttrl encountersduring i iduring
during the summer Aummtr It I has ha l Iln been > een the habit habitof habitof
of the strikers and sympathizers > to pnth gather gatherwhen athr athrwhen r rwhen
anc
when the nonunion nonW Ion men mln quit work anal anilhoot aUI aUIhoot analhoot
hoot them On occnsions OCnIOIA it has hlU been Ixennecessary beenICsy beennecessary
necessary ICsy for the police ptk to disperse the thecrowd thocrowd thecrowd
crowd crowdPAPER crowdPAPER crowdPAPER
I IAhout
PAPER MILLS lLS SHLT WrtirV WrtirVAbout lJOr IWIEXAbout
About 10000 Icn Ancelfrt AfeetrllWork AticetedWork Work to lie lieResumed le lennnlri lieRcsunirti
Resumed nnnlri lire nlr 2 2GLENS 2GUt 2GuNS
GLENS GUt FALLS FALS N Y 1 Nov Xo 24 24Orders 24Ordersliuvo 40rdcr Orders Ordershave
have hlo been ben issued mcd by tho International InternationalPaper InternationalPaper InternationalPaper
Paper Company Compl to close down dow tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownight tomorrownight
night all al of tho twentyeight t mills mis of the thecompuny thecompany thecompany
company It I Is I the present prtlnt intention to toresume toresume toresume
resume manufacturing manufaCurmg on Deo 2 2j 2j 2S
j j S In all al about 10000 100 men are ar affected afecte The Theshutdown Tileshutdown Timeshutdowmi
shutdown Is I for tho purpose purpot PUrlO of reducing reducingsurplus reducng reducngIUrJU8 reducingtturplus
surplus IUrJU8 stock stockParks stockIarksl stocklarkss
Parks Fellow Ielow DrleEate Goes GOt to Trim TrimThe Tlli TlliTho TrialThe
The trial of Tim McCarthy Ic rhy fellow relow walk walking walking walktug ¬
ing delegate of Sam Sm Parks for extortion extortionbegan extorion extorionbg extortionbegan
began bg yesterday yelteray afternoon aferoon before Re Recorder Recorder Recorder ¬
corder doff Gol in General Sessions SIlons McCarthy McCarthyis lcCarhy lcCarhyIs
indictment with Ith Parks In
is under two twocases tm tmCStB twocases
cases CStB In n that tht now at issue ho is I charged chargedwith char cimargetiwith ell ellwith
with extorting extoring 1300 t3 from the thf LobelAn LobelAndrews IblAn IblAndrews IobelAndrews
drews Company Com pan in connection with work workon workon workon
on obtained the womens hotel hotel Three hro jurors juors were wereobtained wereobtained wereobtained
Steel Workers Worker Wages Ware Cut CutPATEnsoN CutPATERSON CutPArEnsot
PATERSON N J Nov No 24 4The The employees employeesof
of the Passaio Plsalo Steel Company rather rther than thanstrike tlll tlllRtrike thanstrike
strike haye accepted a reduction rtducton In wages wagesof Wa wagesof K Kof
of 10 per pr cent The company employs 800 800GOOD GO 900men
men menGOOn
GOOD TllIG TIIG SAYS S11 YS CLEVELAM CLEVELAMExPresldcnt CLEI I I ELlXI ELlXIExPresldent In InFPrrslent
ExPresldcnt Hopes 101111 time Jamestown JameslowI im imposition JxIoslon 1xposition ¬
position Ioslon Will Wi Succeed SucceedHugh Sueertt nieecettHugh
Hugh Gordon Miller Mier of Jamestown Vn Vnwho Yawho Vuwho
who ishero 18Jlcre Is here In the interests Interesu of tho James Jamestown Janl Janltown Jamestown ¬
town Exposition Ixposltion Company which has in incharge Incharge Incharge
charge the celebration of tho 300th rth anni anniversary anniem annivorsary ¬
versary em of tho landing ut Jamestown of the thefirst thefrt timefirst
first frt English Engl8h speaking people on this conti continent cont contiiment ¬
nent has hl received reoled a letter Icter from frol comm exPresident exPresidentCleveland exresldcntClooland oxPresidentCleveland
Cleveland concerning it I The letter fol follows 101lowt follows ¬
lows lowt
PniNcrTov PmIC1TOX Nov XO 3 low lowHvnh I t9Ihunk DO
hunk J Jordan Milltr M tr Kii KiiUEAH f sq sqDiAn
UEAH Sin After rending rludlll tho prospectus pOSPlctlR of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Jamestown Exposition Exp081lon Company Corrln arid anilplvlng aridgiving
giving 11lnl more thought to 0 the tht project projelt It Ima nut In Inkloilng iiikeeping
keeping 1 am thoroughly Ihoroulhh convinced that Ihlt the thesurfeit th th8ur thesurtelt
surfeit 8ur kloilng Ilt of expositions Ixpsllonl which whch have eomcwhut eomcwhutafflicted solnrmvjmitafflicted ollehat ollehatumlcte
afflicted our country lntr ought ollht not In the least leastto leq8tto
umlcte
to Interfere InlerCpr with wih the siiecens SICf of the exposi exposition 1Io CXIosilion l llon ¬
lion planned for the celebration tlprllon of the llrst llrstwhite IlrstIlhle IIrstwhite
white lon JlannPI settlement upon the domain dOlaln now no em embraced t1 ciiibraced ¬
Ilhle 8etlelent
braced within wihin the Ufon limits Imlt of the country cntr we weproudly w wJroudl weproudly
proudly brac call cal the United Inll States StatesW Stalls StallsWI StatesWa
Jroudl W WI Wa have fittingly Itlnll celebrated cllcbrto the 400tli IOth an anniversary annllrslr anniversary ¬
niversary nllrslr of the th dIscovery dlscer of America lllrlr Tim Timsooth line lineauoth ho hooCth
sooth oCth anniversary 1111ersar of the thl settlement sptlellnt of James Jamestown Iuml Ininiist ¬
town t rwn is hardly hnrdl less worthy worth of o commemora commemoration lununelor commmnnetmoriItlon ¬
tion A A great grlBt notion nnton cannot CllIOt brine hrtl to mind mindIs tntnndit
its lon Is it a small smlll beginnings betnmn etllnllrs in ga und uld its Il I t a fttiipenilotia fttiipenilotiagrowth MlppnlluuB MlppnlluuBIrowtb tt impendouscrowthi
growth Irowtb through throlh such a celebration lllehrntol as 18 thr thrJumcHtown th timJzmnnestown
JumcHtown JllC town KxnoMtlon Ixposilon Company tollmn contem contemplates cotit OUtll cmii cmiiplates ¬ I
plates platlR without Ilholt stirring Htlrrlnl In the ho hearts of its itspeople ItsJwopll itspeople
people Jwopll their best b t patriotism pltrlot 1 and Rln the th sincerest sincvrfstdevotion sincerestdevotion Incrstremton
devotion to the principles prlnch which have mad mailothis madIhls mainthia
this remton nation nuton great Ktat Anil AI such patriotism pllrlotsl patriot isni and anilsuch BOl BOlAuch andsuch
such devotion so f completely Colplrtr underlie uldtrlo Ameri American kmnrican 11ri 11rican ¬
can Institutions InsttutonAl that their Romidnewx < UldIHSS anil anilMrength I mmiimtrcngtlm ril riltrln
Mrength trln th nre nr nbsolutelv Ilsolutch ncwswry nCAllr to t < our ourtr Ilr Ilrtrpnlth ourstrongth
strongth tr trpnlth ngth And p rrwtuity rrftul jerpetmittyI rrwtuityI
I hope hOle therefore that nothing 0thlns will wi he hi Incklnu IncklnutomnkethecxpoMtlorisuccisafiInsmineenev lacklnl ir irI
tomnkethecxpoMtlorisuccisafiInsmineenev to I mik make tleexlo tlmeoxposltlon tlol anmccenstinl ncCtfll ai as ni an agenmue agenmuefor I
for the stimulation 8tlllll atlmnniat ion < n of our natlomi Intlnll oat ion nil orlile pril riik IltIO IltIOror anil anilthe Ilil Ililtle mx iii iiithe
the Increase Incrlas of our fnlth In II free liiHiltutlons liiHiltutlonsYours InIltlt insnltnmtlonmsours 101
Yours our ours truly inovKii nOIII anvEiI OIPVIUMI OIPVIUMIMr tIFfn tIFfnMr
Mr Millers Mierl purpose purpOm In New e York Is II to toget togt toget 1
get subscribers subsrhorf for about alout 50010 worth of ofetock ofEtock ofstock
etock gt pany of tho Jamestown Exposition Jpoltlol Com Company 10 10pnny Cainpany ¬ I ITo
To Car Cln a Cold In One in IJar IJarTlce DaY flrTkr
Tlce LaiaUve LuUe Dromo Quinine Tablet Alt Al dnit dnitafi dOl dOlf drimtit3 I
tit3 > retuad afi < nrf ibe h moeen nin I tj If U ra II it h r tails fMll In mo cure irA I t taroVO W l lrovoi
f aroVO rovoi I mntluic JrI I on e CaCti cn box o 10t sc cAdv Ait c cr
r
COP WHOOPED IT UP AT SHOW SHOWOnly SIOJr SIOJrOnl 8110WOnly
Only Onl Four Months on the tie Force F ree Got a n Da DaOi flay flayOtT y yOfT
OfT Oi and anl Filled Flt Up UpJust UpJust tipJust
Just four months ago DJa Charles Carlos T r Wert Wertbecame Wtrh Wtrhbcao Wertsbecamo
became bcao a full Cul fledged IcJc policeman plCllan and since sincethen sIncethen
then thln has hI been l > cn on duty In tho thuOates Gates avenue avenuestation aenuoAtalon aveimuestation
station Atalon Brooklyn Brookly Yesterday ho had hn a aday aday aday
day off 01 and after arer Imblbiiig freely in various variouskinds varous varousklndA variouskinds
kinds of liquor lquor went to Hydn Iydn k < k Rohmans RohmansTheatre BeimmtinATheatre lunanf
Theatre on Adams AdamI street He le cot ot a front frontat frantat frontseat
seat at in the balcony balen and several leral times tmeR ap applauded applUllld apjdummded ¬
plauded plUllld K f so > loudly I < udly that ht lie e > had to bo spoken spokenlo
lo by Special Deputy Itplty Sheriff Hhcrll Moses 10es Drown Drownwho DrownholH h3rowtivImo
who holH is on duty at tho theatre theatreWort theatr theatreVertz
Wort however could culd not restrain reltraln him himself himflf himiclf ¬
self flf During Durng the performance prlormanc ono of tho thoactors thonctorH timeactors
actors MIIIK a song Ing In Inhlch which there was WMHnl n nlino ahiic
lino Hnl What II is II bred in Old Od Kentucky licntlckyWllm
Wllm Vhon hen tho ho actor actr sang al this Wert7 Wlrt7 Vcrt yelled yellednt yeled yelednt
nt the ton tp top of his voice Five cents a loaf loafSpecial loalSpcclli loafSpcelai
Special Spcclli Deputy Delllt Sheriff Shlrlf llrown Bro told Patrol Patrolman Patrolman Patrolmnman ¬
man VorU ertz who was not in uniform to toIccrp 1011J tokeep
keep quiet Culet Then hll tho patrolman announced announcedwho annotmncsdvhmo
11J
who ho was W and said aid that ho had ha paid his hlaway hi hisway
way Wl to tho theatre thcatr and was WI going to have n ngood I agood
good time timeAt timeAt timeAt
At lost Iu t when whtn he annoyed nnnaro everybody nerrby else elsein elseIn
in the theatre theatn Brown placed plu him 11m under underarrest underIrret underarrest
arrest Irret and ald locked him up In the Adams Adamsstreet Adae AdaeAtrlet Adamsstreet
street Atrlet station Pollen Surgeon Ford For was wassummoned wassunitnommrd
summoned fummolld Italon and examined 101 Surlen Sertz ertz Ho said saidthat aid aidthat aid aidthat
that while whie ho wax examine under the ho Influence Infuenc of ofliquor oflquor ofliquor
liquor lquor yet > ct he waa WI not Incapacitated Ilcapalatd for duty dutyLater dutyLater dutyLater
Later in tho afternoon aClroon ho got ball bai and went wenthomo wen wenthome t thomo
homo Ho will wl bo arraigned nrralpnr before blore Magis Magistrate Magistrato Maidstrate ¬
trate Dooley lii II the thl Adams Adamsstrcot street police plc court courttoday courttouy courttoday
today todayFALSE touy touy1ISf todayrttst
FALSE 1ISf TEETH TIWTI 1 IX HIS IlS THROAT THROATCant TnlwtTC THROATCant
Cant C Rnt Ciet lid 11 Km 11 Out ut anti Ind Saloonkeeper Saloonkeeperlynoli SaloonkeeperIncl MaloonkeeperLncli
lynoli Incl Must lut Let Km J r Stay Ila Awhile AwhileJohn AwhileJohmmi whie whieJohn
John Lynch a saloonkeeper at Canal Canaland Canaland Canaland
and and Mott Iott streets Itrts Mt dozing In his back backroom bck bckrom backI0001
room rom last It night waiting watig f for ° r closing cosing time timeIlls tmo tmoIl timeIILn
Ills Il chair was tilted back bok against a allt a aand table tableand
and an extra sharp backward jerk of the thehead thehead theheed
head dislodged di lodKd Lyncha 1nchs false teeth teethThey teth tethh toethTIiP
They TIiP h dropped down d wn into his hi throat He Heawoke Heawoko Hoawoke
awoke with wih a ga KIP gasp p of surprise surprie which let letthe lotthe lettime
the teeth tlth slide Hido down into tho oesophagus oesophagusNo OOphgU8 OOphgU8No
No amount of If coughing coughil would bring them up upAn upAn upAn
An ambulance ambulanc was called caled from the Hud Hudson HudRon Huesoil ¬
son street ftllt hospital The doctors dotol worked workedover workldrwcr workedover
over Lynch for an hour but didnt rldnt get getthe Iet Iettl gottiitt
the tl teeth tih out oul Then Uiey t10Y decided to let lethim lethim lethim
him him rest re t until unti morning morningAlTUOn morningU7U0l morning11tTIIOIt
AlTUOn U7U0l HAS lAS STAGE STW FRIGHT FRIGHTMr RIHT RIHTIr
Mr Ir llnpes Iails Late Latl of o Columbia ollm1Ia KnUiarnwsetl KnUiarnwsetlhy mbarA8Id mbarA8Idh
hy h Student Slhlt Ilemanils lall for Speech SpeechAbout liipttrh liipttrhAhout SpeechAbotmt
About 150 Columbia students tudent wont to totho totho tot
tho t lie Manhattan llnhatal Theatre ThEatr last Ilt night and nd saw sawthe sw swtho sawthe
the company Cllanr headed IJndcd by Charles ChareR Ulehman Ulehmanplay 1chmn Itichimanplay I Iplay
play Captain Harrington Barrljton The play was waswritten wn wnwrltel waswritten
written wrltel by b Victor Vieor Mapea nn n alumnus of ofColumbia 01Columbia ofColumbia
Columbia and at the lie close clor tho ho students studentsnoisily studentstiQisliy
noisily lily demanded dcmalded that tlat Mr Ir MUJXIS 11JcS present presenthimsjlf presnthll presentimineeif
himsjlf hll > lf iird IId a make n speech speechTho Ile i41ceelilhe < h hThl
Tho playwright hid behind hehhll come Ole scenery sceneryuntil ecner scenerytiimthl
until ultl Mr Ir Hiclimun Hchlln grasped rrped him firmly trmly by bythe t ttl byt
the t lit arm arm mm nnd alit i yanked nnkcd him hlmuuoro before tho t lie curtain curtainWhen ctmrtainVimtmm
tl nnt
When 11 ho got gotthlrl thTe Mr Ir Mnpcs had a severe covereattack Fvlre Fvlreatnel severeattack
attack atnel of slug tn f right r llt Ho HI opened opno his hl lips lipsas lp hipsmis
as if to fHak Ilwak but no words carno carnoAfter caro caineAfter
After Afer turning turlnr pink plnl white and purple by byturns 1ytmtrnms
turns tUIsll 1m wrenched himself hll tlf from from the actors actorwgrasp actorHjrSp actorsgrasp
grasp and lent Id pursued by tumultuous tumultuousapplause tumultous tumultousnpplau8e tumultuousniplammse
applause jrSp and time til Columbia Columbia yell yellALDERME yelltLrlItuL 11 11Hl
ALDERME Hl lU l SHOlT W HOW lit Oi JlCI JlCIAt MtCH MtCHAt ItCIIt
At t t Wafers Walr Way WO of Ilittlni 1ltlll Tilings 11lnl5JamaltQ 11lnl5JamaltQnl 1 imInsjmmmaIca imInsjmmmaIcaA Jamaica JamaicaAM
AM A ma nl Trains Iurblitilen IurblitilenThe Ilurhdtln Ilurhdtlnfl FortiIhtlcnTlm
The Tlm fl oidinamv ouln prohibit Jrohlbltllg rolilbitinig Ing tho running rning of ofBrooklyn ofBrooklyn ofLrookln
Brooklyn IiapUl Transit TruI lt electrio trains trainsalont trnJ trnJal trainsalong
along al > Jamaica Jlmi1 JanmiArnt avenue In Queens QUlell was re repntstd re reaaecI
pntstd J aaecI d ywUrday IIrdlr by the t ho Aldermen after afer a along abug
long lon ilUcuMEiCii d cudI Alderman Wiif Waler mifer er of Brook Biooklyn Broakn
lyn l n was w agnlrM Uai 1 passing pI emnig ing it He It said saidI lald
I thliK the t he Ixinj nl Island linilroad Hairoad Is in inteicstcd Intelsled Intesned
teicstcd telsled iSlnio Ive listened ltencd to this thi dirt discussion dlssiol dirtciihsiOI ¬
cussion siol I think thJk wo ought to look lool Into this thisordinance thi thisoriiiitime
ordinance ordhlulI becaubo it Heems HIUS to mo there thereis thereflIU
is mrru flIU in Il it I limn tlml I thought thero wart wnsIiirttnmly wartinLnnmmntly
Iiirttnmly 1 untl from Cr1 all parts par of tho chamber chambercame chnmbercalI chambercanoe
came calI shoutH III R of laughter and cries of How Howmudi Iow Iowmue IIowmuel
mudi mue The Theote Thevot void was wa 5J t to 2 2HEItLlHY 2lIW1Il 21I1RLIII
HEItLlHY lIW1Il I CASE it SE DISMISSED DISMISSEDFrom lU11SSED 11S1IISSEDFront
From ron It 1 HcKan IrJln the Ih HlrlnR Ublnl lIiin lust hnt Ended rndrclIn EndrdII
In II Lows 10 loi I iirc Itellon ItellonThl llretion llretionTime > tlon tlonTho
Time Thl District Dstrict Atttorney ttome is I going to have havedismissed havedbmmlisiei I I1II
dismissed 1II fer tho 1 he Indictment indldnlnt that charges chargesPolice chargeslcike i iPllll
Police Pllll Captnln IItail John 1 D Horlihy Heril with wi wit h neglect neglectof
of dirty dil at the tlj Fldridno Ildlll o street Itrct station staton In Inthe Intil Intime
the til summer ller of 1900 lW Herlihy Helll has hlU been een tried triedtwice trlodtwlo triedtwice
twice twlo in tho criminal rlninal courts and once at atPitlicO atPolo atPilku
PitlicO Polo Hundquartera Hendquurter on these charges chargesHo chargO
Ho 10 was acquitted aequlted ut lt Police PoUCo Headquarters Headquartersand leadCuaror81 leadCuaror81lnd
and lnd two Gunorul GenlJI Siimions S 111011 sionrt juries jurel disagreed disagreedus dlDgrld dlDgrldI
us I to a iris guilt glit Lust Ia t spring Iring Justice Fitz Fitzgerald Fiti Fit Fitgerail ¬
gerald gerlr in II time t hu Supreme uJlemo Court C < rt adjournod adjournodIlls adjoured adjouredhi
Ills hi trial tral until ultl this th month upon representa representation relrenta relrentatll ropreentathu ¬
tion tll that HurlUiy Herllr hud no 10 more money moneyand mone moneund nionoyand
and inner mlt have lime thl to raise rai some fmo to pay paycounnol IJI haycomnel I
counnol counnolWo
Wo couldnt culdnt keep the witneKpes inef1 together togethernil togetler togetleral I
nil al Biimmvr 8lltI wild Mr Ir Jerome yesterday yesterdaySeveral yesterdaySevomal t8terdayoorl
Several oorl of them t are ae missing mbing and a d its too toolate toolate toolate
late to prove pro a IlIL0 IlIL011s fuse fuseThus t iLse iLseIlmus
Thus 11s ends a I case that tit marked the be beginning beIhmln beginning ¬
ginning Ihmln of tho vice vio crusade cII de At Eldrldgo EldrldgoKreel Eldrdgo EldrdgoHleet EldrldgoStreet
Street Herlihy Herlhv abused aluso the Hev Ie II L I Pad Paddock Paddoek Paddock
dock of tho ProCathedral ProCathedrl when Mr l Pad Paddrpk Iaddrok Paddock
dock protested prctetec against ngailst the license Ikelle allowed allowedto alowed alowedto
to Immoral women in lathe tho precinct preict HerlUiy HerlUiythreatened Her1lY Her1lYthreatened llorWmythreatened
threatened tho clergyman elergnlaa with bodily bodilypunishment bdlr bdlrpnihment bodilypmmnishmnneiit
punishment pnihment and ordered orderd him hi out of the thostation Ihettatlon thestation
station ttatlon house houlo Bishop Potter Poter took tok tho thomatter thomator thematter
matter mator up p and time vice vle crusade crusde began that thatended thnterdod thateridd
ended with wih the election of Mayor lor Low LowCOP Lw LwlOI LowCal
COP 1IIIED 1lll ron CHEATING CHEATINGEven CIEATIG CIEATIGEnn
Even Ills 18 flood Work Iorl In II time 11 Santiago San1150 FlKht FlKhtDidnt Flht FlhtIllnt FIihthJidiit
Didnt Illnt Sav Ss nl e < Median MedianPolice tlecixmmnPolice lllhan lllhanPolo
Police Polo Commissioner Greene Grene yesterday yesterdaydismissed yesterdaydismitnsed cord
dismissed L mld from the department deprtment Roundsman RoundsmanPatrick Roudstn RoudstnPutck RoundamariLatick
Patrick A Median of the steamer Iteamer Patrol Patrolof
of the Harbor lnror Police Polc Meelian 1han was as tried triedon trlc
on charges charles of having substituted sbsttute false fal re reports repor rejiorts ¬
ports por in il his examination papers piprs before brore the theCivil theCivi theCivil
Civil Civi Service Srvko Commission CommissionGreat Commision CommisionGrot CommissionGreat
Great Grot pressure presur was brought to bear ber on onthe onthe ontime
the Commissioner onulltloner to save O Mcehan from fromdismissal fromdismlssll fromdismnhnrnrml
dismissal dismlssll Among those who came cmo forward forwardIn
In time dufemjp dofen of the thl roundsman roundsmal was Com Commander Cor Cornnmanmier ¬
mander Wainwright Wainwrght of the navy Meohan Meohanwas Iehan Iehanwal
was wal a gunners KUlwrs mate mle on the Gloucester Oloucsttr dur durIng durbig luring ¬
ing the Spanish war and according to toCommander t toCommander
Commander Wainwright rendered heroic heroicservice heroloserlc heroicservice
service serlc at tho battle batlo of Santiago Sntigo Bay KayCOWHOY BayOIUIWI
COWHOY 011 CO 0 01 MGEE 1GIE LOSES LOSESCourt LtSESCourl LOSESCourt
Court Refuses eCUIIS to Order Ills Ils Ilelnstatenitnt Ilelnstatenitnton
on the 116 Force ForceAIDAKT ForeeAID ForceAIBAY
AIDAKT AID Nov No 24 41110 Tlio Court COlrt of Appeals Appealsaffirmed Appal Appalamrnwd Appealsamrnrei
affirmed today todI the decision decsiol of the lower lowercourts lowereourH lowercolitis
courts eourH refusing refu lnp an In order arde for f r the relnstnto relnstntonient rlnstal rlnstalnlnt reirrstnt reirrstntniunt
nient nlnt on the New York ork police 01 force forc of John JohnC
C McOce 1Ocp better bter known as Suspender Hu SuspcnidtrrJack I
Jack Jac the Cowboy CowlJ Cop CopGrrenn 01 01rltno op opGreene pndcr pndcrJac
Greene rltno Slakes More Iorl Promotions PromotionsTen lonllon lonllonTen
Ten more patrolmen ltrolmen were made mde rounds roundsmen roundmen roundsmen
men by Polico Pol co Commissioner Greene yes yesterday Yesteniar yesterdny ¬
terday A number had been promoted promotedthe prom
the day before and ant four roundsmen roundimen had had1ln te
been made lado sergeants cr IantA CommissIoner Commlfloner Greene Greenethat ONeno ONenothat Greenethat
that aid it was Wil Ills hil Intention intenton to fill fU all allvucxiiiiiiii allVimeitniiCH
ni
year vucxiiiiiiii ll car lncl between blweln now and the 1st 181 of the theyear thecar timeyear
Woman omnan Hilled HlIll by b Trolley Tolr Car CarMrs CarIrs CarMrs
Mrs Irs Catherine Cuthlrne Dossori Dotri an Italian Ialan 48 48years 48lan 48years
years lan old of 102 I0 Van al Brunt street Brooklyn Brooklynwas Brookl Brooklwas
was crossing crol < lnr Third avenue 1eOlO at n Nineteenth Nineteenthhtrcvt Nlnelenth Nlnelenthhtrcet Nineteenthstreet
street at at5 5 o clock last evening enln when trolley trolleycar
lole loletI
car tI txt No XI 3810 of the th Hamilton lamiton avenue line linostruck lne lneftrll linestrtmek
struck ftrll her and knocked her under tho thowhrels thowhpIH thinVmrelP4
whrels She HII was WI instantly killed kied Tho Thomotorman 010motorman fltonmiotortuan
motorman George Ccorj1 Ward of 3M 3 Fifty Fiftysecond 1lfty 1lftyHI11 Fiftysecond
second HI11 street trt wus IS iirt locked lockfd up iii on a charge chargeof chargeof
of homicide homkitl He raid hu did d II lId not see 0 the thnwoman tlo tlowoman thewoman
woman until untl too lato to stop the car carbody Hur Hurbody nurbd
body bd was wa removed rllod to her home homePresidents homtIrl homeresimlints
Presidents Irl hhnts Inrlc nll for fonxrcss fonxrcssRobert lunlrl lunlrlIohlrt Citigrichtobert
Robert Iohlrt n Hoowvelt loofllt uncle unce of the tI Presi President PrIRI PrIRIdent President ¬
dent was WI at time tht Democratic Dlmocralc Club Cuh last Int night nightExMayor night nightEtcMayor
ExMayor E layor Smith Hrnlh Ely Er suggested II gfltl that tmt Mr Mriionwvelt MrBooseveit lr lrHooll
iionwvelt Hooll wa WU vas tho man mal to wnd nd to Congress Congressfrom CClgrlN CClgrlNrromth Cmgreeafrotmi
from rromth the district diltrit now no > reprewnUd rfpN lt1 by b Mayor Mayorelect Mayorrlcct Mayorelect
elect rlcct McClellnn lcClelan Mr II Roosevelt looRllt llooseveltclldnt dldlnt seem seemto seemto l
to think It would woult be b unfashionable unflhlonable either eitherJ1
J1
ANOTHER ANOTHR KILLING OF MOROS MOROSGEN
GEN WOOD DESTROYS IES7ROJS THE NA NATIVE NATUE NATIER ¬
TIER FORTS FOf7S 1 IN JOLO JOLOUoeint JOWDOtlnt JOLODoesnt
Uoeint DOtlnt took for or Any An More Tro TroublfSulan TroublfSulano TroubleSultan TroubleSultanor ublt Salt an anof
of o Hulu Not a Participant Partllpant In ThU Thl Dli Dliorder DIIorter fl florder <
order orter but Gen cn In Wood Thinks Outbreak OutbreakHag Outbreakhiss Ulbrak Ulbrakln
Hag ln Drokrn Ills I Treaty Trral With Wlh t tSpecial 1Jrtal S5flrciat
Special Jrtal Cable Ctblf Despatch Dpalrl la TUB Trl SUN SUNMANILA RUKMANrL it7NMANILA
MANILA MANrL Nov 24 2tA A despatch despath from Gen GenLeonard GenLnard GenLeonard
Leonard Lnard Wood states that the th force lorc with withwhich wih wihwhich withwhIch
which ho has hn Iln been > eon operating operatng In Jolo Job de destroyed deftroyo deFntroyed ¬
stroyed ftroyo tho Moro forts In the Taglibl Tagliblhills Taglbl Taglblhis Taghlbilulls
hills his last lat Friday Tho Americans lost one oneprivate 01 oneprivate
private killed kie and two wounded wounde It I is isknown Isknaw Isknown
known knaw that thlt seventyfive 8lntyfve Moros wero killed killedand kii killedand
and Ind it Is probable tho number nu mbr Is much muchlarger muchInJer muchlarger
larger largerGen InJer largerGen
Gen Wood does not anticipate
Wo antcipate any anyfurther anyturther anyfurther
further trouble with wlh tho Jolo Job Moms Mor8 The Thetroops Thotroop8 Thetroops
troops will wi remain reman In Jolo Job pending pndig the ro result rosuit rosuit ¬
suit of tho investigation IIest atan to bo b made mne by byMajorGen byMajorGen byMaJorGen
MajorGen James F Wade ao commanding commandingtho commandig commandigtho
tho Division of the Philippines Phippines who has haagone hasgone
gone to Jolo Job to t look into Int the situation sltuaLon there thereGenWood thereGenWoo thereGonWood
GenWood GenWoo understands uderstldsthat that the action aton of the theMoros theIoros theMores
Mores in fighting fghtng tho Americans abrogates abrogatestho abrogals abrogalstbe
the treaty made by Gen Bates Bata with the thoSultan theSulln theSultan
Sultan SultanWASHINGTON Sulln SullnW SultanWAslmmNaToN
WASHINGTON W SINGTON Nov 24 24Majoraen 24MajoraenGergo 24MajorGenGeorge MajorGen MajorGenGeorge
George Gergo W Davis retired retlo who commanded commandedthe
the military mil forces in tho southern suther islands islandsof Islande Islandeof
of the Philippine Philppi no archipelago archiplago including includingthe
the Moro country and who later lalr com commanded comrand1 cornmnarmded ¬
manded rand1 the entire entro DIvision of the Philip Philippines Phip Phippleslrrio PhIlIpjmes ¬
pines pleslrrio arrived In Washington Washingtn thin th morning moring
Gen Davis has ha just returned retuml to t this country COW try
from the Philippines PhilpplneR He made a special specialtudy s specialstudy clal clalady
study ady of the Moro country CWl tr and the te Moro Moropeople Moropple Moropeople
people pple these thes subjects subjectsHe and has hi written writtn several 8eral reports reprts on onthese onthes onthese
He called cai1 at the War Department this thismorning thl8morIng thismorning
morning morIng and had a talk with LloutGen LloutGenIOWIK LleutOenYounK LletmtGenYoung
Young IOWIK Chief of Stuff Stat lt at t which the recent recenttrouble rcent rcenttrouble recenttrouble
trouble in Jolo was WI discussed dlsuA When Gen GenDavis GenDals GonDavis
Davis left lel Manila ManUq there was II no trouble In Inthe i Intime
the Sulu Islands IslandsHo Isllds IslldsHo IslandsHo
Ho does not look for any an serious Irlous disturb disturbance disturbanc disturbanco ¬
ance anc in the Moro country The Moros can canrmt eannot cannot
not ftirllt figh fight nirnlnut a aainst nnst tlo the Amercans Americana Amarlnnna sid said anM Hon HonDavis Gen GenDnviR ConDavis
Davis ith their primitive method of offighting 01flhtlg offighting
rmltc metho
fighting flhtlg they are ar no match for the thl American Americansoldiers Americansolierl Americansoldiers
soldiers soldiersAdvices solierl soldiersAdvlccs
Advices Adles received receed at the War Department Departmentfrom DEpartment DEpartmentfrom
from Gen Wood Woo oocj show that tho present presenttrouble prefnt prefnttrouhlf presenttrommhln
trouble trouhlf Is confined eonfnl to t the eastern tem end of ofJolo 01Jolo ofJob
Jolo Job and that the Sultan Sul n of Sub is not tak taking takmn ¬
ing ing mn part In II the he uprising
While Whie nile no official omcal explanation oxpIanaton has hn been beenmade bn bnmae beenmade
made mae at Ole War Department of tho cause causefor caul causefor
for Gen Woods niotemtnt am ernent against the theMoros thelors timeMores
Mores lors under tinder Chief hief IQellnt imssan HIAn 1 ssan it I is said that thatthe thatthe lintthe
the trouble arose aro from the killing kUlng of one Or Ormore Ormore Ormore
more American soldiers Ildiers by Hassans HIns Moros MorosA
A demand was wal made ludt upon Hassan HnsU to sur surrender sUrrextder ur urrlndlr ¬
render the murderers and 1111 he refused to
do so Thereupon ThereuJon Gch Gei Wood determined reuf to toeond tond tosetmI
eond nd an expxlltlon expediion into Hassans HMslle territory lerriorv
to ellect elect the capture of the murderers murderersand murderersand rnurIerersand
and pimifh unlh time t1 cartuo Moros oroe for their thlr conduct conductPRICESS conductIRJESS conduct1R1ESS
PRICESS ALICES AIUJS A ELOPEMET ELOPEMETCoachman EIIEllT EIIEllTCoolhlan ELObLMETConetmimman
Coachman Coolhlan With 1lh Whom ttoni 01 She hI nan Away HIWR Was WasAlso as asAlto
Also I o tlArrlnl IariiccllrInce Prince to Neck ek Divorce Ihoree Ihoreeprl DIorcepecSai Divorcespecial
special prl Cable abie Despatch Dupalel la o Tun scx SexTERMS scxrERI ScxIERLIN
TERMS rERI Nov Xo 24 24A A despatch from fromDresden CromDINI fromDresden
Dresden DINI to tho Tagtblalt Tagcblal in regard r anl to the theelopement theelocnwnt timeelopenment
elopement of the Princess lrinccs Alice Alco wife of ofPrimo ofJrlno ofPrinco
Primo Jrlno Frederic of ScliombergWaldenburg ScliombergWaldenburgand ShomuergWaldenlJurK ShomuergWaldenlJurKand
and daughter of Don DOl Caries Carlls do Bourbon Bourbonthe BourLon BourLonthe Bourbonthe
the Spanish Spunllh Pretender says fS that she fled fledwivh fo fledwhh
wivh wih a coachman caclnan of the name of Maternl Maternla Materl Materla
a month age Maternl is an In Italian I al ll tall talland tal talland
and handsome hand8mc II It lie < had already alrtadr been beenmarried ben benmarrie beenmarried
married marrie to a girl at tho castle at Gauernitzi Gauernitziwhom GauErltz GauErltzwhom iauernitzwiiorm
whom he had seduced seducedPrince sduccd sduccdPrnce SItlCcilrince
Prince Prnce Frederic has the reputation of ofbeing 01Ldnr ofbciiig
being Ldnr rough repulsive rpulslo and obstinate He Hehas le lehn Hehas
has hn been hunting hunt iug in STtyrla rrla for tho past pastfew palt paltCew pastfew
few weeks weeksNumerous weks weksNumeroua weeksNumerous
Numerous versions erlon arc ar given of tho thoaffair thoaalr theaffair
affair aalr but they do not affect nIct tho main fact factthat tat tatthat factthat
that tho Princess PrncvIJw hair eloped Her husband husbandhas hUR husbandhas and andhi
has hi taken tnen the preliminary prelminary steps to obtain obtaina
a divorce dlolct but as 1 ho became a Catholic Catholo in inorder InordtI inorder
order ordtI to marry Princess PrnceHs Alice Aice a divorce divorcemay dlorcemar divorcemay
may bo difficult to procure It Is stated statedthat statedtiritt tlted tltedtlut
that tlut the Princess PrlnCllh also Ilso In II suing for a epa reparation separation eparation ¬
ration It is understood that she is I living livingin ivlng ivlngIn
in retirement r trcrnent at Sori on the Italian Ialan Riviera Rivierawith Rler Rivierawith
with her child clald and 111 Baroness Nostlz Her HerfrlumU Herfrel 11crfriemL
frlumU frel deny don tluit sio doped According Accordingto
to several seern accounts accounti sIlo ine actually Ictulllr left her herhomo Ier IerIomo herhionrn
homo three months ago R O Her Ier husband husbandbelieved husbaudcleed husbandtciieved
believed cleed until unti Nov No 9 that she 11l would return returnwhen rturn rturnwhen returnwhen
when ho rr becamy becano convinced that Iwlad II lift Iad I ad been beendeserted hlendeertcd beendeserted
deserted deertcd He called caicd a family farnly council councilafter counci councilafter
after atI which he Ill instructed his lawyers hlwer to totake totako totake
take legal steps stepsPrincess BtepPrince stepsPrincess
Princess Alice was clopely intimate Intmate with wllhPrincess wih wihPrinces withPrincess
Princess Louise formerly Crown Princess Princessof Prlncesl
of Saxony Saxon with wih wlom 01 nho I hmo corresponded correspondedafter corresondiafer
after afer tho latters latcr elopement tlopment with M Glron Glrontho Gron Gronthe Cironthe
the tutor of her children childrenSHOOTIXO chidren chidrenSlI0TIW childrenSIIOOTIt
SHOOTIXO SlI0TIW I IX fllYK IIK Of 01 EGLAD EGLADLunatic EXG1UlunnUe EVGLtVJLunatic
Lunatic Fires at a Krnnrth Irnnllh Crahamr rlhlll but butllors butIOI buthoes
hoes IOI Mo o Damage DamageSpecial nalaI nalaI8prCai 1armiacSpcai
Special 8prCai Cadis CaD Despatch DtJplcl lo THE Til SUN SUNLONDON SC1 5VmLoNtroN
LONDON Los Nov XO 24 2tGeorg 24Ceorge George Frederick Frdcrlck Rob Ilobinson nobInson Robinson
inson a man man who Is II said Id to hold peculiar peculiarIdeas pcular pcularIdel peculiarideas
Ideas Idel In regard Igar to the distribution of wealth wealthand wealthand woalthand
and who vmo is believed 1Jloed to ho demented dementtl walked walkedquietly walcd walcdquiet walkedquietly
into tho Bank of England this
quietly quiet tll morn morning mornIng morning ¬
ing and asked to sent f1 one of tire directors directorsDissatisfied dtrector hirCtorsDissatisfied
Dissatisfied DI1tlsfec with tho reply ho received receivedho N hed hedho
ho walked down the corridor and entered enteredthe entcrd entcrdtho enteredthe
the library Ibral where Kenneth litnneth Gralmme Grhame tho thosecretary thosecrtal tiresecretary
secretary secrtal of the Hank of England sat Mr MrGrahumo MrGrairanno lr lrGrahlrno
Grahumo Grahlrno walked forward rnd cnd asked nked Robin Robinson HoblnAon Robinson
son what his business buslne8 was Robinson in inreply larpl Inreply
reply rpl drew a 0 heavy revolver and fired firedseveral trll trll8erl firedseveral
several 8erl shots at Orahame Orhule none of which whichtook whichtook hlch hlchtook
took effect effectOrahame efect efectGrhnme effectGmhame
Orahame Grhnme ran out of 11 the door and locked lockedit 10kld 10kldIt
it behind bhlnd him The entire entir force at work in intho Inthe Intlro
the bank bnk was W1 now no in Innn nn uproar upror and the po police JO JOlco iolice ¬
lice lco were neit sept pt for CO Meanwhile some one onesuggested onnsuggested onesuggested
suggested that the fire tr hose hoo be used on o tho thointruder thotntlldor tireintruder
intruder tntlldor Tho nozzle of tho hose hoo was in inserted Inrtcd inserted ¬
serted rtcd in tho doorway und n well wol directed directedstream dircted dirctedstram directedstream
stream stram floored toored the man lan Two policemen policementhen polcl pohicenirenthen len lenthen
then rushed rshed in and secured fcurd him Ho string Htniggled HtnlE stringgleti
gled violently vlolentl and was subdued ullue only onl after aftI he hehad helad helia1
had lad been knocked on tho head hCoc with tho thobutt thobutt tltebutt
butt of his own revolver revolverThe rvolver rvolverTho revolverTire
The police polc handcuffed IItdcutll Robinson Hobilson and re removed r rmoed xcmoved ¬
moved him on a stretcher ltrtchor to n police polc sta station station statlon ¬
tion where whor at last lat accounts acounts ho vcs wn uncon unconscious unconscoU unconsciouFi ¬
scious scoU head from the effect efect of the t blows 1Iowl on his hishead hli hishead
Kenneth Grahaine Omhale is I more widely wile I known knownas
as an author turin lmn as 0 tho ho Incumbent I urbent of the thepurely thepurly tImeiireiy
purely purly clerical clercal office of secretary fcrtary of the theBank thl theitnk
Bank itnk of England Enjlml His HR Dream Drnm Days Daysand 1a 1aand laysanl
and The ThO Golden Ago A o are classics dlslc In ju juvenile juwnlo juvenilo ¬
venile wnlo fiction fction Besides Beflden these the he wrote wrotePagan wrotePojan wrotePagan
Pagan Pojan Papers Papel und Ind Tho Beadswoman BeadswomanHe HeadRwomal
Ho edited cdltld the English Englsh edition ediion of the theworks thoworks theworks
works of tho late Eugene Jujene Field FieldFREXCll lilld lilldnww FieldfItEII
FREXCll nww AT 11 tT THE VATIC VATICPlan 1tTWIIlan VtT1CIPlan
Plan lo Suppress uPJr165 nniliatftyTtirre Emlms Tere Killed lled In InOiamlirr Inhnmhlr inImaiiber
Oiamlirr hnmhlr of Drputlri DrputlriSpecial I IeputiesperIqi r 111 1 1Spulal
Special Cable Despatch Drlpalcl in TIIK SUN SUNPAHIS StsPAnts N NPAIS
PAnts PAIS Nov No 21 21Thero There was WIR a great grat de debate dl dobate ¬
bate in tho Chamber of Deputies DCJutleR today todayover toda todaoer todayover
over the suppression fupprRlon of t he Ie Frerci Frrcl Embassy Embassyto lmlHH lmlHHto
to tim Vatican Vn iean which had been brn demanded demandedby demanded
by 1 the Socialists SodlllstA The final flal vote ole was wa 324 324In 32 34In
In favor of continuing continuln the Embassy Erhll and ltd
231 31 against againstMajor afalnst afalnst1IJor againsttlmJor
Major Klandcn Slamln to ttnl WI U cii II American mrrllfn ilrl ilrlfiptclal dciprlaI rl rlplal
fiptclal Cable arne litsptttli la TUB SPN SPNLONDON mm mmL0SD0N X Xlosno
LONDON Nov 21 t The betrothal 1etrotld i Is an announced announcl annommnced ¬
nounced nouncl of Major Standen Htnnc1 of the thl Army ArmyService Arm ArmScrlct ArnnyServIe
Service Corps and Eleanor Eeanor daughter of ofthe oftho oftho
tho late Icte W V S Appleton of Boston BOlton Mass fM
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RUSSIA RSSI INCREASES FORCE FORCEMore IORCRIorr TOIleRMore
More Troops Toop Arrltlnc Arhlnc ArTIIln In Manchuria lanchtrlQ From FromEurope FromEuope Fromliirope
Europe EuropeftBcctal Euope Euopevrlal liiropetvectal
ftBcctal vrlal Catle Despatch 1lporrl lo THE Tnl SUN SUNPEKIN SUNPEKIN StmPzKIN
PEKIN Nov No 24 24AMurnClA 24Assurances Assurances given by bythe bythe bythe
the Japanese Japal8 Legation Lgaton that the status of ofthe 01the ofthe
the RussoJapaneso IUoJapanes negotiations negotation is i par particularly partculrlr partlcmllarl ¬
ticularly tculrlr tlcmllarl favorable for peace pac and the theview theIew theview
view Iew of Sir Ernest Enest Satow the British BritishMinister Briish BriishMiniter BritishMinister
Minister Miniter that the complications complcatlol in Man Manchuria Manchuria Manchurla ¬
churia are ar particularly paricularly foreboding are arealike arsalke arealike
alike alke taken as a evidence evidenc that the situation situationsince sltualon sltualonBlnc situationsince
since Blnc the reoccupation rocupatlan of Mukden by the theRussians thoIllanl theRussians
Russians Illanl has ha steadily steadiy become bcome worse WOr M MUchlda MUchida MUcimida
Uchlda the Japanese JapanE Minister hero her has hashitherto hI imnahitherto
hitherto hithero denied that he had any knowledge knowledgeof
of tho negotiations being bing carried carred on be between b between ¬
tween his Government and Russia RussiaTroops RuuiaTroops RussiaTroops
Troops from European Eropan Russia are ar now nowarriving nowarrllng nowarriving
arriving in lower Manchuria It is i re reported ro ropored reiorted ¬
ported pored that the Russians Rusian have occupied occupiedHatching oupied oupiedHaichlng occupiedHuiciming
Hatching and also alo that there ther has ha been ben a aserious aIrlOUR aserious
serious IrlOUR encounter near Hsinmingtin lsinmlngln with witlmbandit withbandit th thbandit
bandit forces fors which are ar very er active at atpresent atprf1t atpresent
present presentCZARIXA prf1t prf1tCZtRI presentCZtRhSA
CZARIXA CZtRI SUFFERS MUCH 1Vt FAIX FAIXHer IH IHler IIIN11cr
Her ler Iltcovery nteonr From Recent IoisonliiR Polsonlnl li liVery IaVr
Very Vr t Slow Slowiptctal Slowulal Show4reaal
iptctal ulal Cable Despatch Dtpalrl to 0 TUB Tn Sox SoxST SUI SetsST
ST PETERSBUBO Nov 24 24Tho Tho Czarina Czarinawho Crinawho Czarinawho
who was wa recently recenty poisoned polsono supposedly supposedlyby supposedlb
by b some 8010 food she ate is making slow prog progress progres progress ¬
ress res toward recovery reoer at Sklernowice SklernowiceRussian SklernewlcoRussian SkiernewiceRussian
Russian Poland Polad Her Ier inner ear is I inflamed inflamedand Infme inmedand
and she suffers sulers severe pain but it is believed believedthat beleve believedthat
that an operation operaton will wi not bo made and andthut andtimid
thut alarm is 11 unnecessary unnecessaryThe UnneCCar UnneCCarTho I
The Czar remains with her almost all allday al allday
day da trying to distract dlAtrct her attention atenton from fromher tromhor fronther
her sufferings luIedngl He often ofen reads English Englishnovels Ensllh Ensllhnoels EnglishflOSOiM
novels to her herKir herIr 1mevSir
Sir Ir John Blunilell Duudll Slaplp Dead DeadSpeetal Ord Ordpual DeadSpectat
Speetal Calls CaD Despatch DrJJolrl to THE Til son sonLONDON SUNLo SexLoNlo
LONDON Lo o Nov No 24 4Slr Sir John Blundell BlundellMnple Bundel BlunidehlMaple
Maple M 1 P the well wel known horse hor owner ownerlead owneril ownerhi
il hi dead He was born br in 1845 1845Sir 1845Sir i84 i84Sir
Sir John Blundell Bundel Maple was WI created createda cratl <
a Baronet in 1M 1 1M17 P > 7 He le was wal educated Iduc td at atIvings atl atiingrt
Ivings l n 1 College Colege London and from 1887 187 sat satin et etIn satin
in the House Houf of Commons as the member memberfrom mem nnemborfrom r
from tho Dulvvlch division of Cambenvell CambenvellHorserncing Cambrpl Cambarwellilorsermicing I
Horserncing UOlrclnp was wal hU hi chief recreation recraton He Hekept Hekept
kept tho biggest furniture fUlitur tom In London LondonMiss Lndon LndonTruaxlljl LondonTruaxhtigs I
Truaxlljl Truaxhtigs TruaxhtigsMiss
Miss 18 Martha Warner Wimer Klsss JIR and Arthur ArthurD I
D Trunx Trax were W11 married yesterday Isttrda afternoon afternoonIn afeloon i
In th llrlck Presbyterian Church by b the theItevDr theHe theRev
ItevDr He Rev Dr Cameron lllprOn lrlsbtprlal of riilmyra IUlll N Y assisted assistedby aSI lle I Ib Iby
by b the Kev HI Dr Itlcliards Ichards the thl pastor The Thebride 1le 1lebHeo Thebrido
bride bHeo wore ore a sown of white whit satin sutiinnd 111 wih with Ilce Ilcenld lace laceamnd
nnd nld chiffon Ihllon and an fown n I tulle tulc veil lllulht caught wih with vu urniim urniimblossoms Orlnl Orlnlblo ernimmee ernimmeeblossoums
blossoms blo She st wart M attended ntpndd by b her nlstor nlstorMiu alaterMixq IstprI
Miu < Jol Sarah Sarh Hlw ns al mold Illd of honor and the theMisses Ihe18p theMlsse
Misses Mlsse I Nancy NnnC anc HII and InD Mary niar 1Hn Truax Trllx were wert brides bridesmaids brld bridemaids s smaids
18p
ushers Miles und Pliny PlinyRlVffS Pitinyltiggs
maids The ThE were pro Ils 111 Plu PluHhgl
RlVffS Hhgl brothers of tho bride Ahl Ashl1 l J Fitch FitchJr FitchJr I
Jr Alfred Irrpd Farrel ann David II I Taylor TaylorMr Tallor TallorMr TaylorMr
Mr and Mrs Mr Irs Herman lrmnn I Hlcc H 8 the thE brides bridesparents br bridesparetmti ds dsparrntl
parents parrntl gave a reception rlceplon at at the ho Savoy SavoyManning Sao SaoIannlncGans Srmvo3ManningCans
Manning IannlncGans IannlncGansThe Cans CansThe
The wedding weddll of Miss IM Bertha Gang Gn and nndDaniel andDlnlll andDaimiel
Daniel Dlnlll Manning took place yesterday cstfrda in the therectory Ihprector therector
rectory rector of the th ICalhldrll Cathedral the th Rev 1 X X XMcKliinon SMcIIIOI NMeKitimioli
rector McKliinon S J ontclatlnp onclutll The bride was wasclven Wid WidItnn wmsclen
McIIIOI clven Itnn awny Iwa miWa by b her ar brother brothEr Frederick Frldtrlck Inns InnsMIH innsMiss nl
Miss Adelaide Anllnldl poremus lormu8 was WIS maid mlid of honor honornnil hOloI hoimorarmit
and 10 Edgar f e Jurtreiineii lunen8el best bl8t man The Theushers limcmIsiOF5 11
ushers 1IHr Idllr were wlrl Drmio Irlno HenzlKer Icnzhtlr Charles hlrhA Alfred AICrer Alfredlxiii
1111 Frank Frlllr J 1 M Dillon Dion und Francis Unry UnryMaiuiliitr 111 LearyManning
Manning UI llnlhl The bride Is a I dnuvliter dlllltr of Mrs MrsArthur MrsArthur lrB lrBrthur
Arthur inns an of 65 West eat Fortyfifth Fortnth street streetwho strllt strlltwho streetwho
who gave IIe n small mll reception afterward Iftlrwlrd ut utSherrys II nitSherry
Sherry Shcrl s I I II IParkerPhiips
Parker ParkerPhiips ParkerPhiipsDos1o ParkerPlmilllps ParkerPlmilllpsUosio5 Phillips PhillipsBOSTON I IOrcl
BOSTON Dos1o Nov 1ov 24 2lThe The marriage marale of Miss MissOrnce Missirnice 19S
Ornce Orcl M 1 Phillips Phllp8 daughter dauihtrr of James Phillips PhillipsJr PhllpI
Jr of Dodhnm Dodhll anti Arthur D Parker larkr of New NewOrleans Newirlnmfl tW tWCrllnns
Orleans Crllnns irlnmfl took place this tlll afternoon Iflroon at fit Pauls PaulsEpiscopal Iall IallJpl8eopnl ItmtmlsEpiscopal
Episcopal Church Dedbam Dcdhll The ceremony ceremonywas c rtlon rtlonWIS
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away UI Plrr by h her Ilr lather fathlr Mrs lrJ J M t Satterlee Satterleeof Sltprlee Sltprleeor
of HufTnlo was matron of honor hOlor The Th brIJe brIJeirrooni hrlJcIroom lmrldecrania
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the Church Chlrch of the thl Heavenly 111lnl fleet Fifth Fifh ave avenue aenile e enie ¬
nile nie und Fortyfifth FortfCtl street by b the rector the theRev IheHe timeRev
Rev He Dr I D Parker Morgan lorlan The 1im bride was wasnltended wasattended IS ISatendlo
attended bv b Mi Louise Coule Clark lark is a maid Inld of ofhonor ufhonor ofhonor
atendlo honor and De 1s Witt McCroskerv Iccrok r wits Wl8 tb thl time best bestman bestmnn nestman
man Mr r and 1 Mrs I J L I Varfck lr ck the brides bridesmule IrldH IrldHInlll InrldesiinRle
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Justice IntlC of the Supreme Supr me Court olrt wns WI rvmm married marriedtoll imrnirriedto I Ito
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SvnutSE N Y Nov XO 24 2jOne One of the thesocial thcMell thesocial
social Mell events tEnt of the season slaln was Wi the th mnrrlnpe mnrrlnpethis larrflll mmmnmrriagetliI
this tliI ovrnlntr 1111 of Miss Margery Ialen llich White Whiteto Whit Vinitnto I
to 0 Wilfred Wire ilfted hnselles ln81118 Wrlsht rlght of New XI ee York Yorkcity I Icf
city The bride brieI Is 1 the daughter dlulhtlr of the late lateHamilton I
cf Hamilton lamltol H 1 White Whit hitc nndn and a cousin cIsln of State StateSenator Statl StateSenator
Senator Slnator Horace 10rRe White WhiteAwl WhiteISItlnwtndrr Whiteii
Awl ii Strlnwrnrtrr ISItlnwtndrr ISItlnwtndrrTho iStelnwendcrTime StrlnwrnrtrrThn
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of Irlr the Fifteenth nftltnth United Unll States tltl8 Infantry Ilnntr took tooknine too too1IIIcl tooImlace I
1IIIcl nine yesterday esttrda at the he homo of the th brides bridesfather bridesfattier I
third father rathlr street Julius JulusJ J Stein Steilwendlr Steiriwender wender 145 15 West Ninety Ninetythird Ninetythird Int
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Hefcle Irrelenulk hlefeicflasek hlefeicflasekeorge naark naarkleorce I Iporle
leorce porle eorge Hefele leClle a young ounl engineer tnIIer in the theUejinrtment theDepartment
Department Vlllnrtrncnt of Bridges rldlEl and Ind MUs 1 Mnrlon K KJliinek gBilck EHijack I
Hijack Bilck daughter dlllhtrr of Mr nnd Mrs Ir John Johnack F FIluack FItuack
Iluack ack were Wlrp married Dlrrlr last nleht Ine nt the bride bridehome I Ihome I
hOlt home 2270 70 Washington Wn5hlslon avenue annul nlht In The Bronx
DEVONSHIRE DEOlSllIIE RAPS DOUR OALFOURSajs
Sa Say Premier Ifrnler Has lal lIaeAbsndoncd Abandoned Abandonr the Party Partyleadership Pt PtIladtrllp PartYLeadership
leadership Iladtrllp lo Chamberlain ChamberlainSpecial Chambelan ChambelanSltrlal Chamberlain8pecia
Special Sltrlal Colt Deipalth Dtljrl to Tns T am amLONDON SrXL0SD0N m
LONDON L DN Nov 24 24Te 24The Tho Duke of Devon Devonshire Devonshir Devonshire ¬
shire shir made mae his hi first frst public publo appearance appearancetonight apparance apparancetonight appearancetonight
tonight as Preslden PrRlden of the Free Fre Food FoodLeague Faodaue FoodLeague
League aue which he joined joine after he resigned resignedas rigne
as president of the Council Counci because baus he hedisagreed hedlegreed hedisagreed
disagreed dlegreed with wi h Prime Minister Mlr8ter Balfour Balour on onthe ontht ontime
the tht protection proteion question The Duke spoke spokeat pke pkeat
at a great meeting met Ing of nntlprotoctioniflta nntlprotoctionifltaAmong atprotetlonts antiprotectionistsAmong I
Among his hi supporters 8pprer on the platform platformwere pltform pltformwcre
were Viscount Ylount Goschen Gashen the Mrqul Marquis of ofHamilton ofHamion ofHamilton
Hamilton Hamion Mr Charles Charle Ritchie Riche formerly formerlyChancellor forerly forerlyChancelar formerlyChancellor
Chancellor Chancelar of the Exchequer Exch quer Sir John JohnGorst JohnGOlt Johnflorist
florist GOlt Sir Michael Mlehol HIcksBeaUi nlckBe I also al an anexChancellor anexChancellr anaxChancellor
exChancellor exChancellr of the Exchequer Echequer and ad soY several 8 8eral soYeral ¬
eral Unionist Members Member cf Parliament ParliamentThe Parlament ParlamentThe ParliamentThe
The Duke Due declared dolarsd his h determination detrmnaton to tooppose toOpp08 tooppose
oppose Opp08 Mr Ir Chamberlains Chambrlins fiscal fscl proposals proposalswith propsls propslswith proposalswith
with all al his h might He complained complned of the theobscurity theob8curlty theobscurity
obscurity of Mr Balfours Balours policy ploy He Headmitted Headmitted Headmitted
admitted that twt within certain crtin limit lmt a great greatdeal grat gratdeal greatdeal
deal could culd bo b said sid in favor of retaliation retaliationbut rtliton rtlitonbut
but he trusted truted that no Government Goverment would wouldenter wouldenlr wouldenter
enlr enter upon such a policy ploy with wth its It eyes eye shut shutor shutor shutor
or under the delusion deluion that retaliation rtaliton was waaa
a good thing in Itself ItselfBut Itlt ItltBut itselfBtmt
But It was WI not the Governments Govrnents policy policythat plcy plcytht policythat
that tht was wa before the country cuntr The driver driverof drver drverof
of the party pry locomotive lomotve had h abandoned abandonedthe abadone
the machine machie to another another who was WI running runningIt rng rngIt
It full down hill all signals signalsHe
ful speed spee hl against agalnt al lgn
He recognized rcogn the great grat and worthy wory mo motives motve motlves ¬
tives tve which prompted prmpt Mr r Chamberlain Chamberlainbut Cabrln Cabrlnbut
but he was wa compelled cmple to t oppose oppe his hi scheme schemeFood pohomoFood bome
Food Foo taxation was wa the the keystone keY8tne of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole and the lessons len of the past pt and ad the thedictates thedlctateR thedictates
dictates of common sense fn were wer alike alke against againstit againt
it ItTe ItThe The Te meeting metn adopted aoptol a resolution r oluUon de declaring doclrln dedaring ¬
daring clrln willingness wllnpM to t consider oulder in a friendly friendlymanner rrendly rrendlymanner friendlymanner
manner any Government Goverent measure meur to t miti mitigate mlt mltigate ¬
gate lato tho effects eflcts of hostile hostle tariffs tariR in special specialcoses spcil spcilIIC specialeases
eases IIC but strenuously opposing oppin the protec protective prteo prteote proteolive ¬
live te taxation taxaton of food loo and the establishment establishmentof etblhment etblhmentof
of any an general preferential pretorntl protective protectivesystem protcive protcivesrstcm protectivesystem
system systemTURKEYS srstcmTlRKES systemTURKEYS
TURKEYS TlRKES REPLY REPLl EVASIVE EVASIVEWants EVA SflE SflEWants
Wants Plan of Macedonian Reforms Mod Modified Mot Modmed ¬
med ifiedSpecial Inedprtal medSpecial
Special prtal Cable C bl Deinalci Dtl > tr to Tim Tu Srx SrxVIENNA SI SIVIENNA SrxVIENNA
VIENNA Nov No 24 24A A despatch d0path from Con Constantinople Cn Cnstantinople Constantinoplo ¬
to the Neue Freie Press
stantinople t says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that the th Turkish Trkih Cabinet Miisters Ministers have havedrawn haodr havedrawn
drawn dr up and handed hldo to t the Sultan the re reply r rplr reply ¬
ply of tho Ottoman Otoman Government Goverment to t the note noteof noteof
of Austria Austra and Russia in regard regar to t new re reforms reformN reforms ¬
forms in Macedonia Maonia The reply la evasive evasivein ollve ollveIn
in tenor t nor and contains contais several 8eral suggestions suggestionsfor suggestons suggestonsfor
for proposals proposalI the modification modifcaton of the AustroRusslan AustroRusslanproposals AustroRusalanproposals usloRu8lan usloRu8lanproposalI
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Irish Irsh National party pay here today a aluLan reso resolution ieeelution ¬
lution luLan was wa unanimously unnloully adopted aopt asking askingWilliam Iklng IklngWila askingWilliam
William Wila OBrien OBren to t withdraw withdrw hU hl resig resignation r reMgnation ¬
nation naton aa a Member Membr of Parliament Paliet for Cork Corkcity Crk Crkolty Corkcity
city and aa I a member meber of the governing governingbody IQVerig IQVerigbdy governingbody
body bdy of the United Unit Irish Ir League LeagueThe Le LeThe LeagueTine
The well el known know journalist Jourat and ad founder founderof
of the league leue tendered tender his h resignation rsigton be because becU8 because ¬
cause cU8 as a he stated Ita he objected objee to the per persistent persitent perslatent ¬
sistent sitent attacks atack9 of th the Freemans Fr8an Journal Journalon ooMat ooMaton
on the policy plcy of the league leue in connection connectionwith cnnecion cnnecionwith connectionwith
with the Land Ld act a and ad its efforts to thwart thwartthe thwa thwartthe
the policy polcy recommended rmede by eor the the directorate directorateot diorate diorateot
ot the national nationl movement This Th policy policyTh plcy plcywa policywas
wa was to seorre C1e the Iorg brgsist pNile possible benefit benefitfor eet eetlor
for the IriH Irish tfnRntr tenantry tnder the new at atT act actTh
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the Ann nn of U1U NII Coleman Colema and Ad helov beiod beiodbrother el6 d dbrother
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alter iH a Lingering illness Ile Jennie Jcnle A V wife Ue of ofEdward otEdar OfEthsrd
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the family familyGRACIEOn tllr tllrORACIEOn fantiiyGrtAcIOn
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li IXst I t Forty torUttrhlb el ftith at suddenly of pneu pneumonia peumonlA pacumania ¬
mania James King Klnl Oracle In the Wlh flh year yearof rta ear earer
of his ht age ageFuncrai ee eeFuneral
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