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l KSTC1IESTER fSTOllSTEB COUNT COUNTYItocUcfrllrr COUNTIofhlfrlrr COUNTJIflkcpIIrr
ItocUcfrllrr Iofhlfrlrr Kniployeei I Hear Ieal or a Pan Panthrr Pantrr Pantiler
thrr trr Through Trolll New York Newspaper NewspaperAn Ntwpaprr
An 1 Authentic lthrnto InvrstlfKtlon InltsatonUrtall InltsatonUrtalla InesttgattonIetatls InesttgattonIetatlsIa Hrtall HrtallVia
Via Ia a Mount Ioult Vernonl Vernon rrnon UateTrrtown UateTrrtownIMASTICO Iate > teTarrytown teTarrytownpnrANTico TarrVtownVWAWTIC0
pnrANTico IMASTICO HILLS 11L Dec 7 7There There Is I i ipnnincr a apnntlur
pnnincr loose 10010 over back You bettor bi biiih be beI
101 101Widl Widl iih i I h these thclo dread ad words word have the nurses nursesof nur8S nur8SI nUraceof
of I IrvinKloiioti jrIflgtOIIOttHUdSOfl rlnptololHudson Hudson and Tarrytowi Tarrytowiclillloil Tarytown Tarytownchllld Tarrytownthf
chllld clillloil t thf tin hn Kouls fOl18 of youthful youlful sinners 81nner fo fothree for forth1 forthq
three th1 weeks WllkA post plt They have been ben nobly nobljniilol noblynldlll nobynidecl
niilol nldlll by tho bucolic bucolo correspondence corropondonc o othis of ofthl oftht
this thl and neighboring nll hborlnR communities communite Lovel Lovelworl Lvely Lvelyor Lovely Lovelyworl
worl or pictures plclUrl1 portraying John D Rooko Rookofeller Roko RokoCrlr Itookofplftr
feller Crlr quaking inking In his hl country cuntr homo while whllitlio whlo whlotIl whileth
tlio tIl th mud 111 and hungry howls of the animal antmahave unlmalhnr animalav
have av hern borne bore In to him on the snow snowIndim snowInd1 enowlnl
Indim lnl winds have been bon dlssemlnatec dlssemlnatecthrnngli dl8emlnated dl8emlnatedIhruph dhtcnilnatedtrotiglt
thrnngli Ihruph the public publc prints It has been beeiloll bln blntoH beentoI
loll how Inw the millionaire miionair leaving Standard StandarcOil Standardoil
Oil 01 tn n its iA fate has stood like lke a general eneral 01 01Prwnntico on onPOlntlo onnnntico
POlntlo Prwnntico Heights directing dlrectlnp his minions mlnioruwhom minionswtCrt4
whom wh r to place traps baited with raw rawnicn rw rwIr rawflII
nicn Ir here and anr there about his hi 35000 O acre acrteMatn acree acreetntn
eMatn eMatnIn e etntnIn laln lalnIn
In view Iov of this thl widespread widesprad interest Ir Irthn In Intho inthn
thn Westcheater WeRt chestr panther THE TiE SUN organ organIzed orRanIzed organlwi
Ized nn expedition expditon which entered entrd the wilds wlldiof wld8 wld8of wildsof
of Itutlormllk Huttormlk Mountain today with fill fillappreciation full fullapprtclatlon
appreciation apprdaton of Its Il orders to return rtur with withth wih wihtl withthy
th tl thy skin kln of thetpanther or within it The Thtexm TheIxllltlon TheexPliti0fl
exm Ixllltlon exPliti0fl < litlon regrets rgrets to report rprt that t4t tijat It has haidon hs hseonl hasdnn
don neither It I has h returned rtured sklnncd sklnncdThem 8klnqodThllr skinredThr
Them eonl Thllr Is a creature creatur Infesting Infestng Westchestei Westchesteicounty Westche8terrlnt Westchestercounty
county rlnt far more mor voracious voracou and ruthless ruthlesithan ruthlelA ruthlelAthln ruthlessthan
than thln the I wickedest wlckndelt panther pnther that ever lashed lashecitself lasheditself
itself 1 llf Into a bloodthirsty bloodthirty frenzy This Thlicreature Thisrelt Thiserratum
creature relt uro is called cled hereabouts hereabut8 a a liver liverfctablo 1 livery liverygablo vory vorytahlo
fctablo owner ownerFrom ownlr ownlrFrom ownerFrom
From Mr Ir C V Hemenway the superin superintetident Auprn Auprntrndpnt superintffldeflt
tetident of the Rockefeller Rockeroler place the fol following followlnp id idiowtng
lowing lowlnp facts ClolA were wer gleaned pleanec which are ar Im Invmediately Immedlatll immediately
mediately medlatll placed at the disposal dlsposl of of8clenc science scienceMr
Mr Ir Hemenway Herelwa said saidAbout saidAbout saidAbout
About six weeks weks ago two of our men mercame mence mencaine
came ce In from over back backand and said that tht the thehad they theyhad theyhad
animal The said that thaiit thatIt
had seen lMn a strange They sid
it WOK W a wildcat widcat and that It had hO a tall tal sc sclonR so soonl solong
long onl Mr II Hemenway 1lenway Indicated Indicte a length lengh ol olMime of offlh1p
Mime 011 flh1p four ft i I told them wildcats widct didnt dldnllinvn didntIn didntlui
In lui linvn i nny such tails tal8 as a that and that theyd theydlirtt theydInk theydtakn
lirtt r takn Ink another look at It next time tlnuI tme tmeIh timetIiy
I hey Ih caw IV It Nevertheless Neverthele they said it did diehave didIla1 didhave
have Ila1 a tall tai and was about as big as a a fair fairilzcd CalrIzee fairsized
sized Izee dog and that It had pink spots spot all al over oveiIt overi overft
It i Well el they were pretty prety steady stad boys boytand bOY8and boysiincl
and I never had ha any reason rlon to t think badh badhof badly badlyof badlof
of them Ihll before and I decided dllde to t overlook overlookit overlok overloki
it i Wildcats Wldcat with long tails til and covered coveredwith caverId caverIdwih coveredwith
with wih pink spots RpOt are not what we expect tc tchavo tohave
fir have hlO our employees employes see sc around aound here expt No Ncfir NoFir Nosir
About thout a month afterward afterwardcom como to tcthink tothink tothink
think of it It was WI two weeks ago today todayMr tday tdaylr
Mr lr Theodore Thlodore H 1 Mead of Wilson Wison ilson Park Parktelephoned ParkIebphoned
telephoned 1 over to t mo le and Bald fld that there thereww theresome therea4
ww a4 some sort of a strange animal straying strayingaround Atrrlng AtrrlngIround strayingitround
around Iround on our place He said some of a Ills Illspeople hll hisitpie
people Jlople had been ben out driving on Sunday Sundayand Sundayaud SundayI
and I that they had seen 8en It come part way a out outof o outr t tof
of r the brush They Ther said it I was wa about as ashi atbig
1 hi i n fnrf nnrl and Mint that I It tinrl had afvfa afvfaI
big l as a dog spot spots spotsI
I Iked tuiked I them tm whether it had a atail tail tl like likea lke lkea
a broom handle and they couldnt say sayTtviy f say1hy
Ttviy lhlY said it hadnt hant come cme far enough out outof outof outof
of th o brush for that After Artr that I thought thoughttliere thoughtthere thoughtthere
there might bo b something In It until unti I heard heardabout hjard hjardIbUt heardaboUt
about IbUt there being bing a big spotted spted hog ho loose loosefled looseat
at ElmArord and sinc since thln then I haven t wor worried wortied
fled much about it I ride and drive drve all allover al allover
over this tlti place plae pretty prott much every alr day dayand da daand dayand
and tho wildest widest thing I have seen sen was Wi two twored tworld tworel
red rld foxes once onc Jfo stock has been bn killed killedand killedand kiUedand
and nobody nobdy has ba hoard any any bloodcurdling blodcurdlng blodcurdlnghqwlR bloodcurdlingliqwis
howls such uoha as it i is I proper for lor a panther panter to toemit t toemit
emit when he la terrifying lterlyjn propr the t be populace and andiwtiody andnobody
nobody nlr has hl seen 8n any panther ppun tracks If I I Iwax Iwa
wax wa 1 you 01 Id Id go back to t Now York I guess guessand gue guessflOd I
and niul something Bmethlng better bter to do doirisved dobut do1 do1Urhved
irisved tm but not daunted the expedi expedition ex oxpedition I Iton ¬
tion moved to t the home of Abram Abra Clear Clearthe Clearthe Clearthe
ton the chief chi game warden of the tle Rockefeller Rockefellerestates Rckefeler Rckefelerr Rockefellerestatis
estates r ratt Abram Abra it will wi be b remembered rememberedJmil remfmbred remfmbredhud
hud been 1 n described detcrb in II the despatches deRpatchl1 from fromthe frol fromhit
the til hit seat at of war as setting tttnl forth with five fiveintrepid fve fveinlrrJil fiveIfltrejil
intrepid inlrrJil companions on 01 Sunday Iunday night on ona ona ona
a moonlight quest for the panthers gore goreAbe goreAI goreAbe
Abe AI moonlght was W8 not at homo when tho expedition expeditioncalled expeditioncall1ll expeditioncalktL
called call1ll His HII father wax waxAbe W8 wasAbe
Abe alnt hero her said the old mai ma ho ho8 ho8gon hosgon s scon
gon con off ot Homnwhero IOlnwler o write rlta a a telegram telegramfor
for or ono or them darned dared fool newspaper newspaperreporters newRpapertJOltr newspapertPiOrtIS
reporters who sent snt him a despatch from fromPort tramPorI fromPort
tJOltr Port Chester Chestlr asking Iklng him to describe dfscrlbo his hisdeath hil histeat
death teat ii s I rugglft rgglf with monstrous monttrouR panther panllr in indark Incark inlark
dark cark woods wol in hundnd hundfc and fifty tft words wordsfor wordl wordsfor
for u use i in II New York papers tomorrow tomorrowHut
Hut Ill Il tell tel you anything plr you youwant want to know knowproviding knowrolldlng knowproviding
providing rolldlng you want to know whats so soIm 10 10Im soVm
Im tired of o answering nnKwerng questions que8tonK rom romthem rm rmIhl1 romheilt
them Ihl1 trd darned 0 fools tooll who know more mor about aboutwhat ablt abltwhat aboutwhat
what youve ouve done than vou ou do yourself yourselfIf yourtlf yourtlfI
If youll stay awhile niayb Abe will wi come comein comeil comeit
I oul Kty
in il it He Haldthenwl aid ld then was oo oomanyofusaround oomanyofusaroundfor many of us around aroundfor aroundfor
for him to write bore hur We Ve di tracted tractt his hisWhat hl htsmind
mind
mindWhat What did Abe see lost night asked askedthe ake askedthe
the th leader of the expedition expeditionNothlngl expeditionNothlngl expeditionNothingl
Nothlngl exclaimed the elder Clear ClearNot ClearNot ClearSNot
Not a blamed thing They had read so somuch ROmuch somuch
much about this thing In n the newspapers newspapersthat neWRpapel flOWSPflPCFSthat
that they thought there must be something somethingin fomethlng fomethlngIn
4 in it and that thoupht they ought to do something somethingThey lomthln lomthlnThry somethingThey
They took one hound and a lot of guns gunsand gun gunsand
and went out about moonrise and came In Inalong Inalong Inalong
along about 11 1 oclock oclok lost Ilt night night They Theywild Theynid Theysflii
wild they hadnt seen hair hall nor hide of any anypanther Iny Inynnther anyinuther
panther nnther or any other thing that lives lvO nor noruny norUII norI
fired their theiruhs theirKlil theirguns
uny I tracks nor nothln They tr
UII Klil guns uhs off at to make a noise nois because > aule they the got gotin gotkind gotkimi
kind of lonlome lonesome You know what boys bosI boysiIi
in I out in tho woods woodsA
A careful canvass canvl woo8 woo8A of other othlr residents rlldentR of ofrocantlooHlllsandElmsfordandTarrytown ofPocantlco ofPcucantioo
rocantlooHlllsandElmsfordandTarrytown rocantlooHlllsandElmsfordandTarrytownHeights Pocantlco 1 hills Is and Elford Elmsford and Tarrtown Tarrtown1ightA Tarrytownl1rights
Heights and other communities commulitef In the vast vastPOMS Vlt VltwlhlfreA vastwilderness
wlhlfreA wilderness known to those along the Hud HudponK Hudsouls
souls verge as a over I ICOKO bck back fall failed to dl dis diselon
COKO don any an symptoms of panther fear No Nobody Nohnd ¬
body hnd had seen such a beast Nobody had hadliPiird hndhlnrd hadhrard
liPiird hlnrd of it except through the newspapers newspapersand ICWlpapCr newspapersand
and an small Rmal boys were sliding Illdlng down the long longhills lanKhii longtuthis
hills hii as a though there wore nothing more morodangerous morecanlfrnus morecInnierous
dangerous canlfrnus than a a village ylage constable contable to Inter Interfere Interr interfern ¬
fern r wit with lithe the sport sportA
wih
A local newspaper Apor of this vicinity viciniy in incommenting InmINlllnR Inennuenting
commenting mINlllnR newApapr on the panther scare Acar which whichliml whichInd whichlitul
liml lieen hfen raised ralRd In some 8mo of tho Now York Yorkn YorknwPIII YorkPaPers
n nwPIII ws PaPers > a > > ers explained explined last Friday Frday that the thoscnro theCro tileecaro
scnro Cro was IU doubtless anuht 11 duo to the es esa lcape escape of ofa
a big spotted hog at Elmsford which hlch had hodlieen hadb 1101leeru
lieen b n recaptured rlCapt Ipoted urd For the reassuring nMurnK of oftlie oftll ofthe
the children of Tarrytown and Irvington IrvingtonTIIK IrvingtonTun
Irvlngon IrvlngonTm
tll hldrn Tarown
TIIK SUNS expedition feels trlA warranted warrantedIn
In reporting rlporlng that expdlInn although alhouKh there thor may be bea
a panther Tn In the Rockefeller Rckefeler woods wooes as asnurws asnur asaurss
nurws nur and others other have said it is certainly certainlya ceralnl ceralnla
a very ane rctlringpanther retIring panther and one that will willnot wi willnot
rtirng pnther
not nt Invade Inmeo s suntil AhoolroI SchoolroomS and nunrlls nunrllsunti nurseries
until unti it has experienced exprienc a very decided decidedchange deddee decideddnngo
change diopo of disposition dispositionTho dlp081ton dlp081tonTil
Tin Til following despatch was wa received rived In InIlils InIbll intills
tills Ibll city lly folowing last lUt night dlptch from frm the editor edior of the thenewspaper thonf tiiO0essappr
newspaper nf nplr who in his hi 111 own columns clumnA die dismlssMd dlshml diemls1i
hml mlssMd 1 the t h panther pnther story ftOr with wl h the escaped escapedexplanation ecnped ecnpedlxplanatlon escapedilg
ilg explanation explanationMorsT lxplanatlonIOIST explanation1oi
MorsT 1oi VKHNON RSON N Y s Dee 7 ffo Editor EditorDat Eitor EitorDal Editorbats
bats Dal Tiirrytown nrrtown Dec l c 7 Hlx lx hunters hunterI hurtun hurtunxoitlni huc hudanXIIIllc 11
xoitlni xel chase early this inornlnK lornlnl after Iflr a aPanther I LIf4flthr
nl chil earl
Panther on Buttermilk Mountain on John D Dliockrfellers L I IIOCkeIlers
liockrfellers pmlhlr lloekrrdlers 01 luterllk domain dOlaln at Pocuntlco Hills UIIR and andthouvli andt andthOLICLI
thouvli iniimil t anuI11 lulh escaped enpll live 1 shots IhOU were tIred Ire at It yet lt tho thoiniimil thoanuI11 thoanlrntl
The huntsmen huntllen say however some lome of tho thoshots tltoSliMe
A
shots must rOIRt have lavo taken effect eIrcl ns bloodstains bloodstainswn 1l00dstalol
wn r > found fOlnd In tho snow snowTHK SIOW SIOWTIn 010WTltx
TIn IIKHOKS IIKHOKSTho lunol IlanoasI
Tho I hl hr hunters hlntrl consisted cooBl h > 1 of Thomas Tholal Carey CareyJames Care CareJaIU
James JaIU Shute lltl Edward Kent KrnlaDc and Charles ChnrlC Kent KenfMul 1lnt Kenttnl
Mul 811 they tile he were pre In charge eharllor ehanceor of A W V Clear Clearaare Clearaarefor lear game jrnmekeeper gameor
keeper for or Mr II Rockefeller Hocklfllhr Mr II lloiikeiellnr lloiikeiellnrIs I 0 H 11 I
Is I very r ry anxIous nnxlolR to have hu e thrt thl panther panthlr oupt oupturedKthevlllnRi clpl clplurI ouPtUr
uredKthevlllnRi urI Ur tI nN Ihn t hi vIllagers a > rs ns iK well WII as his hil employee employeeire emplotel
1
ire Cr r crowintr Irowhul excited Ixeltll ixcItNI 1111 because IrelUKO of o the reports reportsl rlports rlportsI reportstliiit
tliiit l iit the I h animal and ho lm hl8 hue given Instruc Instructions hlRlrucI Inetruclkiii ¬
S tions I < IIH Ihut I every oer possible pOflble effort eIor bo mAde to toc tocIPtnr toltIlr
c cIPtnr itiiri > It ItIIOCKKPFUKH I ItHcK
IIOCKKPFUKH InnOImL1 HcK EYEILEl ITALIANS AIAHHtCIl AIAHHtCIlMr ALAIlm ALAIlmIr
Mr Ir Knvkefellpr UOlklflpr his hl more lorA than thl0 101 lOl Italians Italiansorkiiit Inlnns Inlnnsorkll Italiansorkluig
orkiiit orkll on his hlt doinuln dOluln nnd these thtAe foreIgners forelcnersire rortllnlrl
llr sr ire no frl frllhlNI frlgtitriI ht iietl 1 that they the sleep Iet with wih the thoiinoi IhefO theLfli
iinoi fO Lfli and 110 lid windows heavily henI barred barrr as 1 they th theYlie
lenr f r thj lie panther may mn try to break bfk In
Hie IIII Ili hunters hlnlrR had travelled about two miles milesfiver mls milespr
fiver < 111 pr the thl snowclnd hills trawllc when they HIC saw tracks tracksmnde tracksmurl
mnde 10 hy h the th animal hlR They divided Into Intoiiads 1010ia
t 1hl
ia iiads ldR of two and allnni proceeded pro ldld up lp the mountain mountainFOLLOWINO mountainFnLLowlSO mountainF0L0w1No
FOLLOWINO THE Til TRAil TBAIUTho TRAilf
Tho 111hl 1 hn moonlight mndn mldo It easy PIB 555 for them to too
fojlnw f follow o nw the Ihl trail In the thl snow nnownoy
Thr They noy hail Irniin gone gOIO but a short distance when whenI hln
I i
Oamok Oamokwp r Clear Cear and another member memb o ot
pr
the party were wer eUrtled strted by an animal with Jlb 1tb i a a10nR
long body biy and nld short limbs lmbs which doshei dosheiacross ded dedacros daaxiedfieross
across acros the path pth ahead of them themTHE themTiE themrica
THE TiE BATTLE BATTLEThey BATTIEThey BATTIxThey
They both fired nrd their shotguns Ihotlns slmul
tnneously and another hunter fired nrd tw twcharges two twocharRel twocharges
charges chargesThen charRel chargesThen
Then the men made a charge chnrae for the spo spowhere pot potwhere
spt sptwhore
where the panther had been seen
But It had disappeared dlslppean In II the underbrush underbrushBLOOD underbruehILCU underbrushBLOOI
BLOOD ILCU ON THE TiE SNOW SNOWThere lSOW lSOWt lSOWMThere sowThere
There Is blood on the snow anow1 said one ol of
the t he party Wo must lust havo wounded Ivounde the thicritter thecrlttr thecrItter
critter crlttr anyway anywayPATHETIC anywaPATHEIO anywayPAThETIC
PATHETIC PATHEIO FATK FAT OF vHS TiS BEAsT J1BASTFor IEST IESThFor BEAsTFor
hFor For hours the thl hunUmen huntmen prowled about
the t e mountain moun lln but they did dli prowle not see sel thi thipanther the thennthlr thepanther
panther ngnln and neither neithe could they find nndtR findits
Its tR lair It I la believed heleve It may lay have been he en si so soIidly sobadly
badly Iidly wounded that It I has crawled crlwled awa away
In the jungle Jlngle to die dieWATfrr dieI lIeuATCII
I WATfrr Aln poll 101 nun nUl NEXT HUNT IINT NEXT WPBR WPBRMr WJRK WJRKII WEERMr
Mr II Clear clnr Intends Intoodl to organize another anotherparty nnothlr nnothlrDllrt anotherparty
party Dllrt of hunters hlntlrs on Wednesday WednsdAY night nllht us lS hi him hI hq
m II certain now the panther has hB Its den li in
Mr Ilockefellers Rockefelers 3050acre 3O Oacre private park parkCOLORADO pnrkCOLORAnO parkCOLORADO
COLORADO TROOPS TO STAY STAYGov STAY0ev TAJ
Gov 0 Peabody pcbod Tell Ttll John Mitchell mteb1 Strlkln StrlklnMiners StrUdne StrUdnemhtr Striklni3IIliera
Miners mhtr Must He le unlerly unlerlyDENVER Onlerl OnlerlDENVER orulerlyDEvEn
DENVER Col Doo Dc 7 7Prsldent 7President President Mitchell Mltchelof Mitchel Mitchellof
of the United Mine Workers Worker has h had h a a lon lonconference long longconflrnc longconference
conference conflrnc with wih Gov 00 Peabody Peaby at which whicltho whichthe whichthe
the situation In tho Southern coal
Iluaton II Souther camps campwas campswas campswas
was thoroughly discussed dluB Mr Mltcheltold Mitchell Mitchel Mitchelltold
told tole tho 1m tb Governor Goveror there ther was no need npld o otroops of oftroop8 oftroops
troops being bing sent snt there ther and said Bld he would woulcguarantee woud woudRuarntee wouldguarantee
guarantee Ruarntee that tht the police plc would not lx lxdisturbed be bedisturbed
disturbed dlturbd by striking 8trklng minors miner He le salt saltho Iald Ialdhe saidho
ho had sent nt 1500 15 of thorn to otherdlstrlcti otherdlstrlctiand
and would provide for tho others while whlhtho whlo whlotho whilethe
tho strike lasts Ilt Tho Governor Goveror told him hlnColorado himColorado himColorado
Colorado must mUlt have coal col and that when whenever whenover whenever
ever anybody Interfered lurCer with wih men now nowat nowat nowat
at work in the mines he would send Rnd troops troopsthere troopsthere
there thereCnippLE ther thereCRIPPLE
CRIPPLE CRPPLE CREEK Col Col Dee De 7 7By By procla proclamation prcla prclamaton proclamation ¬
mation of Col
maton Verdeckberg Yereckherg commanding cmmandig commandin commandinthe
the State Stte militia mitia hero hlre all al civil civi officers ofer and andcltizenB andctzell an ancitizens
citizens ctzell are commanded cmmande to give up all al arms armsIn ars arsIn armsin
In their possession pslon and to such luch as are en entitled entite entitled ¬
titled tite to carry cr arms permits permit will wi he Issued
hereafter hererter House 10USM are being searched searche for forguns forguns forguns
guns stolen ftolen from the militia miita or held by bysoldiers byoldllr bysoldiers
soldiers oldllr There There has been IJn a great gret exodus exodusof
of strike agitators alatorR since Rlnc the insurrection insurrectionproclamation Insurrecton Insurrectonproclamaton Insurrectionproclamation
proclamation proclamaton and onc the militia mitia officers ofcr and andmlno andmine andmIne
mine owners owner are pleased pleafe over oVlr the prospect prospectof
of early Brly restoration rMtoraton of law and order orderSTRIKE orderSTRKE orderSTRIKE
STRIKE STRKE LEADER f ADEll WARNED WARDEDOov
Go Oov o Wells Weil Tells Tell De I Mold lol the tie State Doeint DoeintWant DorntWant Doesntant
Want ant Him HimSAIT 1m 1mSAT hImSALT
SALT SAT LAKE LKE Utah Dec Dc 7 7Carle 7Charles Charles De DeMolll DoMolil
Molll M01 who was sent Int here her by b John Mitchell Mitchellto Michel
to direct dirct the coal co11 miners n ncr strike 8trke received receivedtoday recived recivedtoday receivedtoday
today from Gov lov Wells Wels a a stern warning warningand warnng warnngRnd warningend
and an Invitation Invitaton to leave Ipavl the State ate Do DoMolll DeM01 DoMolli
Molll M01 refused rfuld to go and declared that he hewould hewould hewould
would return rturn to the strike region and make makea mke mkea
a fight tght to a finish tnlfh Oov Wells Well rgon said sod to him himI
I honestly honlRty believe beleve that if I there is It much muchfurther muchfurther muchftlrtllor
further effort elort to secure 8eure recognition recolnltlon of the thounion theunlol theunion
union unlol and to prolong prolonl this strike the senti sentiment sent sentinuent ¬
ment in this thi State Stte is such fuch that it will wi only onlygo onl onlbe
be a qUlton questIon or time before men from a all allover I Iover
over this Stte State wil wIll shoulder theIr rlft rIfles and andgo
go 10 down there and run rUI mu the Italians Ialan out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the State I think In
you are wrong pur pursuing purlulng pursuing ¬
suing lulng this matter mater further at the present presenttlinK presenttmt presenttime
time tmt I am satisfied latlKfe that you vou cant win winhere winhere wInhere
here now Do you von not think thl k It would be bebetter b bebetter
better to withdraw wihdraw now until unti spring sprng at atleast atleast I
least leastDe lelt leastDe I
De Mill 11 returned retrnC to the mines mine tonight tonightHe
He 1 e said 8ld he expected to be arrested arrCtec there therePROTEST therolWTWT thereIIUTIST
PROTEST TO TIIUlI1IWEIT10N TIIUlI1IWEIT10N11lral LAIIOR LA HUll FEDERATION FEDERATIONSeveral FEIEIf4TIONeueraI
11lral Several Unions tllonl Angry Allr About bOlt Its II Decisions DecisionsOne Ieeilloni IeeilloniOn Ieelslonsour
One On Hauls alts to quit quitMore CIII lullMore
More 1010 dissatisfaction cllRtl8fuctiof among ulong the New NewYork NewY NewYork
York Y 011 unions unlolR over 011 the decisions dedRlolB of the Amen American Amer ¬
can CI Federation Jlertlon of I 1lbor Labor ibor at Its it Boston Dton con convention cn cnenton convintlon ¬
vention enton developed develo d yesterday Yltcr and ald It will willnot wi wIllnot
not be the fault of the Cabinet Cbinet Makers MakersUnion Make MakeUnon MakersUnion
Union Unon If the the United Unl Brotherhood Broterho of Carpen Carpenters Cren Crenlem Carpenors ¬
ters ors the strongest stngetlt01a national bodyin boy body In Qomperns Qom Ooml Gomperss
perns l > rl optimization remains remall In It The TheCabinet Te TeChlnet TheCabinet
Cabinet Chlnet Makers Ialler Union is Local Lcl 300 30 of the theBrotherhood theHrotherhood
Brotherhood lrotherhod It Is I Incensed Incenled because beuse the theA te telrotherhod thoJ theA
A K J of It I decided deide that the making makllg of ofof o owo ofwood
wo wood trim m for huldlngs buildings over the making makingof
of which it has had a dispute for many manyyears mny mnyon manyyea
years yea on rs with ith the twlalgamat Amalgamated Wood Workers WorkersUnion Work er
Union tnlol should have he been hel awarded to the thelatter thoI thelnttir
I latter The rhecahlriot Cabinet Makers luker warce Union has now nowpiiRKfd nowpaflNI nowU
paflNI piiRKfd u resolution inviting Imllng the Ie Brotherhood Brotherhoodto Brotherho
to leave leve the Federation Flhraton and demands that thatthin thatthl thatthis
thin thl proposal propOI be put to a referendum rote roteTho vot voteThe
The Thl Carriage Carilge and Wagon Workers Worker Union Union5s Unionil
5s il II protesting JrotetnK against againt a decision deision of the theA theof theA
A 1 of It I requiring reliring its Is members member to join the thoHouso to toHouse theoueo
House oueo Painters PalltlI Union This Is regarded regardedns rgaro
ns I an affront afront by I the tht wagon painters plnter8 who say saythey fY fYthlr saythey
they are not whItewashers whltewasher United Unie En Engineers E Englneers ¬
gineers glnfr Union No 1 has also alo registered reglte a aprotest aprott aprotest
protest prott against aRalnft the Federation Feeration having havingignored havingIKnore havingignored
ignored IKnore a complaint cmplint that tat it has h been ben sus suspended su ¬
pndl pended by its Il international Iltratonl union unioncnisciT uion unionCRESCENT
CRESCENT CRWW T CLUTI uT DfIAJ DELAY V BUILDIXG BUILDIXGLabor BUILD1 IJUILDINOLalnr O OIRhor
Labor Unions tnhls Make the Project PoJeot Too Risky Riskyat Rlky Rlkyat
at Present PresentTho Prr8lnt Prr8lntTe PresentThe
The Te unsettled unRlled conditions condiions among the thelabor thelabor thelabor
labor unions unlonl is given glen as I the chief reason reasonfor rMan rManfor reasonfor
for tho temporary temporal abandonment abndonment of the theplans theplnl theplans
plans plnl for the erection orcton of the new club clubhouse clubhOUK clubhouse ¬
house hOUK for the Crescent Crlcnt Athletic Athletc Club at atClinton atlnt atClinton
Clinton lnt on and Pierrepont Pierrpont streets trtl Brooklyn BrooklynIn Broklyn BroklynIn
In a report rport made mao to the board bord of directors directorsrecently dlrector directorsrecently
recently Icnt the committee commite suggested that the theclub thocluh theclub
club would do better betlr if the matter mattr of build building buid buidIng buIlding ¬
ing be l laid over for a year yearPresident yearPresimlont 001
President Prldnt Charles Charll M Bull Bul of the board boardof bor boardof
of directors dlrctor has his issued Ifued a circular in which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he sots Mt forth the reasons reasonl for tho delay in inbeginning Inb inbeginning
beginning b nnlnR the th construct constructon construction ion of tho new house houseon hous
on the Sllllman Sllmln property recently rcnt purchased purchasedby purcld purcldby
by the club Ho profr II says AI the directors director feel feelthat feelthat foolthat
that the labor unions unIonl would not no permit permitthe prmit prmitlhe permittiIC
the work to progress smoothly at this thll time timeConcerning tme tmeConcrnlng timeConcernIng
Concerning Concrnlng prOinA the I ho finances fIUlcH he wild the issue issueof Ilue Ilueof issueof
of 1210000 2r In second Icoml mortgage 10rtla e bonds bondl had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been taken up to t a large extent by the mem members membr momhers ¬
hers br and the club cuh was l in a good ood condition conditionto conditon conditonto
to undertake the work More than one onehalf onehal onehalf
half tho issue 1 > Ie has 11 been bn sut subscribed > scribed for and anda
a 1 good goo portion porion paid ald in inIt Inl inIt
It l was Wi declared dlclard by members membr and officers officersallkn ofcr oflicenualike
ane
alike alke last Ilt night that the delay delay was only
temporary temJorr and would not last Ilt longer longr than thanunsettled thanunHtted thanunsettled
unsettled unHtted conditions concllonH exist In labor circles circlesC clrce8 clrce8C
C V DELEGATES nlI HTRS AT LARGE LARGER 1 ROE ROER
R Fulton 1IIlon Cutting Cutt11 Ciitlifl to He le Reflected 1lllect11 City CityChairman Cty CtyChalrlm CItyChairman
Chairman Chalrlm Next xt Week WeekTho WIIII WIIIIThe cclc cclcThe
The city ct committee of the Citizens Citizns Union Unionmet Unionmet Unionroot
met lost Ilt night to olect delegates at large largeto
to the central cntrl organizatIon organI7ton Next Monday Mondaynlfjht Mondaynight Mondaynight
night the committeo cmmltlo will wi elect officers officersR ofcr
R Fulton Fulon Cutting Cuttlnl will wi bo b reelected relected chair chairman chairmn chairman ¬
man mn of the city cty committee committ These ThtA were werethe wer werethe
the delegates at large chosen chosn last llt night nightManhattan nightInnhatann night3hiinhittanlt
Manhattan 3hiinhittanlt Innhatann H Fulton Filin Cutting Cltbl11 Arthur F Frosliy FCoshy FCostir
rosliy E ft L I Gould 0110 Henry Hlnr w tV Hardon HardonClinrieH HardonCharlH HardenCharles
Charles 1 It Lamb 1lmh Frank Iralk Moss 106 1 F A HlnuUr HlnuUrIsnuo Hnlhr HnlhrI ltIngltrI
Isnuo CharlH I snic N Holleman Hllman Oliver C Semple emn1iIe Charles CharlesH Chnrlls Chnrllsn harleeIi
H nlo Stroiis Cyrus yrus ru L I Kuhbenter HU7herler erlh Cnlvln Tom Tomkins Tor Tomkins
kins klnl ftronll S Ssth th Hprnflip Terry John Johl OeWitt OeWittWnrner DeWit DeWitar leW Itt Ittnr1er
Wnrner ar nr1er lr R WtO W IPI8II Welling Ilnl riling hverett 1lrett P I Wheeler WheelerBrooklyn WheelerInd W heeler heelerb
nnry Whltl
Ind Brooklyn HrooklrnFrlnk Frimk li I Babbott Hnbbot J 11 Warner WarnerGreene Warnerreene arnrr
011101 Greene reene Henry Hent Ipnt John 1011 C Kelly KC K a A AMorten AMollt AMotTctt
1111
Morten Isnnc Htcrnber HtrbrrlrrJ ttternberger cr John Thatcher Thntchlr TitatcherAlexander I Ichsand
Alrxundlr Mollt Alexander M 1 Whlt WhIte Jr lreerlo FrederIc W 1n 1nrlhs jtln jtlnrichmond
richmond and Dr A De A Yonnna Yonnnaliueens lollna lollnaluelnsHobNt 0lllfla 0lllflaQueensRobert
rlhs liueens luelnsHobNt QueensRobert Kobert B Lawrence Iwrrnc and Ind V HarIlronx liar Hnrrllon liarjiroflxFIcllIflg
rllon rllonHronxFllldlnl Ilronx HronxFllldlnl jiroflxFIcllIflg Fielding I Marshall Marhal and John E REustix EEustiM EEustls
Eustix EustixSTRIKE EustiMSTIli EustlsSTRIKE
I I
STIli STRIKE KI CLOSES JJES RESTAURAXTS RESTAURAXTSFrisco REST AUIItT UIt4NTSFrIsco
111110 Frisco Cooks and Waller1 allr aIters Union tnlon Making Maklnca
a fight F lt for Recognition RecognitionSAN RNoenlton RNoenltonSAN
SAN SA FRANCISCO FIANCISCO Doe Do 7 7Abut 7About About forty fort of ofho ofthe ofthe
the ho principal downtown restaurants r > taumntK closed closedoday clol closedtoday
today toda and all hundreds hundrlA of clerks clerkt nnd others othersrero otherl otherlwell othlerswere
were driven to saloons loon8 for lunch Many ManyIttlo ManyItlo ManylIttla
well drlln
Ittlo nonunion lonunion restaurants reftaumnts kept open openiho openThe openThe
The Itlo Cooks and Walters Waler Union declares declareshat dolar declaresthat
that wholesale whollle butchers have promised prmie to toofuso toretWe torefuse
butcler
refuse supplies to nonunion houses houel The TheIght Tle Tletght Thefight
retWe supplPA
fight tght Is over ovpr recognition reogliion of the he union unionKlffl uniontrel unionSteel
Steel trel Worker to Accept crpt Lower Pay PayCHICAGO Ia IaCICAOO lsChicAno
CHICAGO CICAOO Dee DI 7 7The The open opn hearths hearthsf hearh hearhof
of > f the Inland Steel Btll Company at Indiana Indianalarbor IndianaHarbor tndianaharbor
Harbor will wi bo b fired trd preparatory prparatory to t a arpsumptlon aresumption
resumption of work Harbr harbor Lje Lodge Nof No
18 8 of the Amalgamated Amalpamate Association AIolaton of ofron a aIron ofIron
Iron ron Steel and Tin Workers Worlrr has agreed agreedo agrN
to o tho 12Y l Vt per cent reduction rducton In II wages waes WftO5
A FAIRSUGGESTION FAIRSUGGESTIONBefore PAIR S U G G EST ION IONBefore
Before you make sake up your yourChristmas yourChristmas yourChristmas
Christmas list Isl stop a few fewmoments fewmoments fewmoments
moments at your booksellers booksellersand bookselers bookselersand
and read re d a few pages of THE THEWINGS TH THEWINGS E EWINGS
WINGS OF THE MORN MORNING MORNlNG MORNING
ING It I will wi help you decide decidewhat decidewhal decidewhat
what book you ought to give giveE ve veE
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New York YorkTHE YorkT YorkTilE
THE T JIE FOIRTII FO Il II AYEXUK AI A fN I TUXELState TUNNEL TVNIIStat TUNNELState
State Railroad Rairoad Commission Commliion Reports Rrprts Reportsmat That Tat It ItOrders I Its ItsOrders
Orders Onlr Have lne Been Dten Carried Out OutALBANY outAIDAHY OutALBANY
ALBANY Dec 7 7Te 7The Tho State SUte Railroad ttallroaiCommission Riroad RiroadCmml8lon RailroadCommission
Commission Cmml8lon gave out outa a report reportoay reporttoday today statin statinthe 8tatng 8tatngUle stating statingtue
the results reult of inspections Ilpetol made during th thlast the theIst thelast
last Ist five tve months of conditions cndltol in the Fourth Fourtlavenue Fourthavenue Fourthavenue
avenue tunnel with wih a view of ascertaining ascertninlniIn Mcrtlnlng McrtlnlngIn
In what wht manner the orders order of the commissIon commlssioigrowing commlFlol commissIongrowing
growing out of tho 01 collision clllon two years year ag aghave ago agohave agohave <
have been hen carried crie out These T0e Inspections Inspectionsthe Inspltlon8 Inspltlon8the
the report says have shown Ihon that tat the order orderrequiring orderrequiring orderrequiring
requiring trains trll to take at least loAt five e minutes mlnutoigoing minutesgoing
going through the tunnel has ha been rigidly rigldljenforced rigidlyenforce rigidlyenforced
enforced enforce and also alo tho boards order tha thano that thatno thatno
no engineer enginer should take a train through througltho throughte throughthe
the te tunnel alone until unti he had mnde twenty
five tve trips trlllR with an experienced man manTho manThe manThe
The board lord also alo finds tnds experenco that tat in compliance compliancewith compliancewith
with Its It orders orer signal slgll lamps have beer beerincreased ben benIncree beenincreased
increased Incree in power air all brakes brakl are regular regularinspected regularlin8pect
inspected in8pect and monthly inspections in8pectonl aro arcmade arome aromade
made me of the roof of the te tunnel by engineers engineersLittle englner engineersLittle
Little Litle evidence evidenc of bad effects erlt from gases gasesThe gU0 gasesThe
The train tln movement for the present prCent year yearthe yearthe er erthe
the report sayswill says wi probably exceed 225000 225000trains 2250 225000trains
trains reprt and will 1 rrobably probably Increase Increse exce making makingthe makingthe makingthe
the operation of 0 the tunnel in the future futuretrains futuremore futuremacre futuremore
operaton te
more difcult difficult MPllly especially wih with the con8tMcton construction con construction ¬
8tMcton struction work going on A new system ol orprotection ofprotection olprotection
protection against lire lre has hln been put intoetlt intoeffect into intoeffect
etlt effect one feture feature being Iplml specially equippedengines equipped equippedengines
engln engines kept in rllne readiness at 1ott Mott Havenbut Havenbut Haven Havenbut
but the bard board rlcmmlnds recommends that simiar simiareogln0 similarengines similar similarengines
eogln0 engines be kept at the Grand Central St Station Sta Station ¬
ton tion Al All of the signal towers are no noeuippe noweqtjlpped now nowequipped
equipped euippe with tre fire slgll sIgnalsHreChief signals signalsFire
HreChief Fire Chief Purrovs Prroys recmmendatons recommendations thata that thatthree
a sixInch 8tndplp standpipo be rn run through the thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel that a pul pull box be plae placed every everythree
three thre blocks and that tt ladders laddPr be placed plce a aeach at atech ateach
each ech opening havo heap bl submitted submlte to th thrailroad the themi therailroad
railroad mi road company cmpany The Te board bord did no norecommend not notrecmend notrecommend
recommend recmend Chief Purroys PnroY8 suggestion 8uggeUon that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the tunnel be
lighted lightedMRS lghte lghteURf lightedMRS
MRS URf BELCHER BE1lEi DROPS DEAD DEADFormer DEtDFornr DE4DFormer
Former Fornr Resident Rlldlnt or Stratford Dies 1 Sad Suddenly Sld Slddnl Saddenly ¬
dnl denly In the Railroad Rairoad Station Staton There ThereHAIITFORD Thlrt ThlrtHAITFORD ThereHARTEORD
HAIITFORD HAITFORD Conn Dec De 7 7Mr 7Mrs Mrs Clem Clementine Cllm Cllmentlne Ciementine ¬
entine R Belcher Blcher was WU stricken with apo apoplexy apoplexy apeplexy ¬
plexy at the Stratford Strtford railroad rairod station stationthis Attlon Attlonthl8 stationthis
this afternoon afenoon Dr J J Oleocnan Orcnn who wholives wholives ho hoIve
lives Ive nearby norby wascalled Wcle and had an ambu ambulance ambulnce amnbulance ¬
lance lnce summoned summone By D the time tme the ambu ambulance ambulnc nmnhulance ¬
lance lnc reached the hospital hopitailhe she was wal dead deadMrs deadlr deadMrs
Mrs lr Belcher lchlr was a Stratford Strtford woman womanbut womanbut I
but for a month had been ben living with her herson herson herson
hd Ivinp
son Edwin Ewin G Belcher Blcher at the Hotel Margaret Margaretin I
in Brooklyn She came cme to Stamford to tovisit tovlRlt tovisit
visit her daughter Miss 1S Carrie Belcher Belcherwho Belcherwho Beleherwho
here who Is I a patient patent at a private sanitarium sanitariumhere Bnltrlum Bnltrlumhere eallitanlumnhere
OBITUARY OBITUARYDr O muTt TIAR TIARDr 4 RI RIDr
Dr Horace 10rAce M t Paine who died on Sunday Sundaymorning SUncR SUncRmornll SundaymornIng
mornll morning In Atlanta AtAnta Ga was Ut one of the best bestknown betknown bestknown
known homcBOpathlo hom opaihlo physicians PhRlclln8 in II New York YorkState YorkState I
State Ho le was born bor In II Paris Plrls Oneida Onllda county countyon COUlt
on Nov ov 10 1827 IlZ7 Ho le was Wl8 graduated IradulI from fromthe fromthe fromntIle I
the university of the City Clt of New e York in
1840 18 O He 11 practised practse his profession profe8lon In Clinton Clintonand Clnton Clntonaod Clintonand
and Albany Atbnln in the la laUeI latterolty Her city thlrtyoneyears thlrtyoneyearsand thlrtyoneyear
and relinquished rellQutshe active actve work In 1895 since sincewhich Ilnce Ilncewhlcn sincewiden I
which time tme he had lived lve In West Wlt Newton NewtonMnsa NewtonMOB NewtonMoss
Moss MOB and In Georgia Olrlla with his sons lonl He was wasone wasone 18
one 011 of the founders of the Homoeopathic HomoeopathicMedical hlonesopathloMedical omCopnthlo omCopnthloMedlcnl
Medical Society Boeet of the State In 111 1a1850 1850 ro and served servedit ervll ervllIt I IIt
it later as secretary eecretlr and president prlldent He was wasprominent wasprominent I
prominent In the lone lona effort eIort by b which his hisschool li8 li8SChoot hulsscnoot
school became bllme legally leanly recognized rlcolll7ld In this thisState I IBtlte IState
State Btlte For or twentyone years Iars ho served IlnCd us usone 18 18one asone
one of the State homcroimthlc homcopathic examiners examinerswas exnmlers I Iwas
was 101 one of the tlrst IrRt trustees IrulteR of the Albany AlbanyHomoeopathic Aibailyhlomsopnthlc lbI j
Homoeopathic Hom opnthlc Hospital los11ltl an Incorporater llorportpr of oftheMlddletownbtato ofthe oftheMlddletown
theMlddletownbtato the theMlddletown lddletown Stle SuIte Hospital Ho pltllnll and was IS largely largelyInstrumental Inrae InraeInstrumentln largelyImletrumemltal
Instrumental Instrumentln In securing ttourlni the legislation IOII leglslatlonestab > Itonestab estab establishing ¬ I
lishing the Uowunau olndn State SUte Hospital 1081111 He Hewas Il lIewits
was Ishlla n member of the American Amerleln Institute Insttlte of ofHomoeopathy ofHom orhlOfluPOplIthy
WIS Homoeopathy Hom I oplth the Hahnttmann Hahltmann Association Associationof Alsolllon Alsolllonor
of several slmllurlocM slnlur10cII societies Roclltes nnd ld an In ii hon honorary hOflorary i iorary
orary member mll bel of many homcpoputhlc hom plthlc HOC HOCeties Mocl sodetles I IeUls
eties eUls here and abroad Ibfond He le leaves lea eK a I wife to towhom towhom towhom
whom ho was VS wedded wlde fiftyone atone years elrs ellrs ago agothree ogothree agothree
three sons lons Dr Hotrard lo lrd 8 PaIne Palnl of liens CienaFalls Ollna liensFails I IFRIs
Falls Dr N Kmmons mmonB Paine Illne of West Newton NewtonMass Xlwlon Xlwlon10l NewtonMass
Mass FRIs and Dr Clarence Clarelce M Pain of Atlanta AtlantaOa Atnltn AtnltnOa AtlaliutGa
Oa 10l and one dnughtor Miss leA EmIly 11 F PalM Pnlnof Ialneof I
of New ew York Dr John Iohnl M 1nlne curator of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Metropolitan el troplln Museum luHeur of Art Ar Is an only onlybrother 011 011brothpr emilybrother
brother brotherKrancls brothprranes brotherlrancis
Krancls Baring Bnrln teekham on of the best bestknown beslknown beetknown
known ranes lawyers fn In Rhode Island IlluncTt died dh at his hishome hishOle hishome
home hOle In Newport p rt yesterday yeetrda He I ite e was aM about abut aboutsa j
sa 8 years enrs old He Il was WIS graduated Irlduatl from Brown BrownUniversity BrownunerRI BrownUniversity I
f University attending Itteodlna that college eolcle at t the til thesame I Isame
same time as did John Huy 11 Secretary SCIrltnr of ofState i iState
State Bt lame ltt tme nnd Ind nd Richard Olney Olnl former Secretary Secretaryof Hrlrl lr lror I
or State Htlte He served sered the city clt of Newport Slllport for fortwentyfive tortwentye fortwentytte
twentyfive yn ynrs rs In the capacity cnplcl of City CitySolicitor CU CItSoilcitor I
Solicitor from rrol 1815 until untl ISOO I go nnd although althoughasked Ilhough IlhoughnRke althougasked
asked Solcitor to accept alcept other olhlr office onlCe In the gift gi of the thopeople theplop1 thepeople
nRke
people plop1 declined dlclnl to do so His 18 wife died dlo live liveyears 10 10ellrS fIveyears
years ellrS ago They ThlY had no children chidren He was wasa wnslan
a man 110 of o great wealth wcnlh His Hs brother brothlr Orvllle OrvlllePeckham Onle OnlePlckhnl Orviileleekhnmil
Peckham Plckhnl lan Ilat a lawyer IRIlr of Chicago ChlcllO and Ind two sis sisters MI MIIrrs sisters ¬
ters both btn residing rtldlna In Providence survive survivehim sunhohbn survivehltlfl
him hltlflhenry
himHenry hbnlpnn Henry Coleman Colplan president preHldlnt of the thl Coleman ColerannBusiness ColCmln ColCmlnBUKIIWRI ColemanBuslilesM
Business BUKIIWRI lpnn College Colrlp of Newark died dhiin In his hiI home homeIn
In 25 Iloimwtead lolItead park plrk that city el cIt on 01 Sunday SUlduy SUlduyle HuriduylIe SundayHe
He was 18 born 10rn sixtylive slxtrIe years 1111 eltrs n 10 11110 ro In Ireland IrelandHe lrlllnd lrlllndHI IrelandlI
le He lI served ICnl throughout throlghout the th greater Kreltlr part Ilrt of oflh orIhn ofthe
the lh civil war nr as ni atmislclnn mIRlclln In Company CompanyNinetysixth CompanyNinetysixth olpal omilpamly U USlnetslth UNinetysIxth
civi
Ninetysixth New NI York Y Qrk rk Volunteers Voluntler Later Laterlh Laterhe LRterhe Laterlie
he Slnetslth became hlcanw connected connlctl with tho Eastman EastmanBusiness Enstiiinnllusinees allln alllnluRlnlsM
Business College Collll at Poughkei PouRhkepsll Pouglikeopsie > p li where ho hewas howee
luRlnlsM was superintendent Mlprrtnlrnrplt for a 1 lone 1011 period pIrlor In InIdso Inlest
lest 1 1 O ho hI went to Newark SIwlrk He Il wan aK a member memberof mlber mlberof
of Lincoln Pout a A U I the Newark Sowlrk Hoard Hoardof onrdor
of Trade Northern Sorlhr Lodge lodA F t A A M and andof ondor andof
of many other organizations Ho leaves hIIR a awidow awidow awidow
widow mal and three daughters daughtersJonathan dllhtr8 dllhtr8Jonlthln tilulghtrslOnlItIllml
Jonathan Jonlthln W Potter Potor a well known knowl sculptor sculptorillo sCllplor sCllplordill sculptorlICi
dill illo lICi < l yesterday 1MlerdI In II his seventieth RIpllIth year Ilr at the thehomo Ihl thehome
homo or his daughter dnulhtr Mrs Irs C P 1 I Sherwood of ofPort ofPort
Port Chester He 10 was WIS born hor In Norwich NorwichKnicland Norw or leh lehEnlland kihiEnglaild I
Enlland Knicland Since SIICI the thl death dllth of his hiI wire from fromburns fro frontburns I
buriI burns received rteeho at lt a fire 111 In II his hil house h0l8e In II Jersey Jerseyrity Ifrlpy IfrlpyCiy Jerseyit
rity it he h had lived 11 with his hi married lrrird daughters daughtersFour dnIUthlrl datlghtersFour
Ciy FOlr Four daughters dlughtcrllurhp survive him The > arc Mrs MrsWilliam MrsWillIam I Il
William t Heed of Stamford Sllmford Mrs rM Mason MasonHnrcen Mutsonhlargen 11 on onInrleo I
Wilam Hnrcen of Jersey JerRI lrcd City Clt Mrs lrR Charles Cllulls P 1 1 Hher Hherwoon Hhprwooc liherwood
wood Inrleo of Port Chester Cheslr and nd Mrs lrH Julian JuHln Booth Boothwill 1ooth BoothwIll I Iwi
wooc wi will of o Bridgeport lrldieport BridgeportMrs s I IMrs I
Mrs lrR Harah Katharine Kltharhw Cowdln widow of ofElliot ofElliot
Elliot C Cowdln who was WI one 011 of the 111 I hi founders foundersif fmldlr fmldlror I
Elot Club clliul Sundav Sundavit unda undaat
if the thl Inlon Plion 1alul ipagti jpnitue CIII on
at her residence 11 Vst 111 est Twpiilyflrsl TWNltlrRt street streetMrs IIII streetMrs
Mrs Ilr Cowdln releln had hlc t been h11 ill for a I week Wlllc nod ald her herIciith herdlth herdiitii
Iciith dlth 11s was W due du to heart dlsnnw dIM She Shl was wastlliw wasMIss
MIss Wnldron and she was born In li Portsmouth PortsmouthS Iorllmoth IorllmothS
11 S S II She lhe Is survived by b five n children chlrrn Mrs Mrsfobert Mr Mrlobert Mrshiobort
fobert I Bacon Mrs lrK Henry Irnr Murciiiand MutrJululid llrflll and andFolm andJohn andJohn
John lobert K f K Inon Wlnthrop And Klllot llot C Wdin WdinJohn owdlnJohn ouvdinJohn
John Cassln CRln for more 1011 than thirty thlrt years yearsi Yfar
a i clerk In tho Navy Nav Department lefartmllt died itle In IniVashlngton InWllhlnltoo InVaallIngton
Wllhlnltoo iVashlngton rrk on Saturday In the lh sixtyfifth sixtyfifthear sixtyfifthyear
year ear of his hll ae ltlrn He was 11 n I son on of the thp lute luteommodorcStephen loteCommodorl luteCommodoreStephen
ommodorcStephen Commodorl ftlphen Cassln and IOd the Ih grandson irrandsonf JrlndMon JrlndMonof
of > f Commodore Commoor John Gleam who was a I norvonnl norvonnlriend 1lolal 1lolalrrlCu lrsonnifriollti
riend rrlCu of Oiii 011 Washlnston Wn8hln lon nn nnd < l who was wasvnrmly waRwarml waswarmly
warmly commended by h Washington WIMhln S tol for his hisservices hlKspnIels hisservices
spnIels services during elrhur the thl Revolutionary Reoiltollln War WarJohn WnrIohn VnrIohn
Iohn T Harrington who was In the thl law lawmen lawom lawomet
om omet men 1 of I Lafayette 1lfnYI11 Fawcett fawt Inweett dird on Sntur Snturlay Roturda Sattirday
lay da at lt his home Ill 17 SchcriiKrhorn street streetIrooklyn Htfpl Htfplnrookln StreetBrooklyn
Brooklyn In II his 11M tventyflKMIi hrentrllhth year pAr He Hevns I Hewas
was n member Ipmhlr of the th Fourteenth ourtInt h Keglinrnt KeglinrntI Hrllmrnt HrllmrntI
H I neVr ner I fully ruly recovered nCowrcd from an Illness Illnessiontracted 1111 1111contrnetd Illnesscontracted
contracted I while whl0 serving strvlnl In the Spanish BpnnlshImerlcnn fpallsh fpallshAmlrlcnn SpanishAmerican
American Amlrlcnn Wil Vnr VnrThe VurThe
Hoard of Missions received receivedord receivedword
The Episcopal rclhed rclhedwor
FplcopRI loard JBMloIK
word ord yesterday Yfsterdu of the death dlath of the thnlight night Hev HevJr Hlv HlvDr itevDr
wor of Hankow Hankowhlnn liankowChIna
Dr Jr J Addison Ingle Inll Bishop Bshop Hunkol
Chlnl ChIna hlnn yesterday morning mornlnl of fever Ilvlr The Thniryv Thl The11ev
iryv HI Dr Ingle Ptrn was M a Virginian lrAlnlananc and was WII cradu craduIM gradulltCi
lltCi IM IMI Ir11111 from the Ihl tnlIrl nlverslty of Virginia 11 irtnla 111 In ISR8 ISR8IP 18A issslie
I lie IP was consecrated lonsecraltIIAloJ Bishop nearly rWlr1 ueiirll two years yrnrsi Iar Iaralo
a i go
alo aloJmeR goJilmes Jilmes Kdward Edwlrd Miller 1111 I ii retired rltrrd merchant merchantif mlrchlt mlrchltof
of if JmeR Washington WIRhl ton died llrl at lt his hi home hOlo In that city cityin el cityon
on in Sunday HlldR In II the tl sixtysixth year 1111 of his hll iige iigewas 11t ilgelit
lit < was Wil ilS horn horl In Baltimore 11111011 hut had hld lived 1ld In InVashlngton InWAMhlnllon inWaeisingtofl
Vashlngton I since RlnC childhood chidhood He 11 leaves a avidow awIdow awidow
wIdow WAMhlnllon who Iho was WIA Miss ForrM Flrrl of o Brooklyn BrooklynHenry Irookln Irooklnlfnn Brooklynhenry
Henry lfnn Huughton HOIhton A retired retred merchant IlrClnnt died diedestcrdny die diedyPstCrI8y
estcrdny IRtfrcll at his hil home homl 7S 7 Seynth SIloth avenue avenueIrooklyn alnul avenlullrookliim
Irooklyn In II his sevpnlyfourlli BeCnt tolrlh year IR He HeMS 10 10IM
Irookln 511 MS IM prominent promllCnt In the Baptist naDtMt denomination denominationmd rCnomlllton rCnomllltonand
and md served Rnrd for or several slvlrnl > wnrs yenrs an n tronsurer tronsurerif trraSlrlr trraSlrlror
Island Baptist Association AssociationJohn AssociatIonJohn
or if tho Long Ioni nptst Aloclaton AloclatonJohn
John It I Merrill who ho was wnl for many Iln years yenrsled yearsin Iarl
In the shIp 111111 chaod chandlery Iry bUllnPs business 10 Nl Nw York Yorkriled ork orkelo
riled led yesterday IHlerdu nt his homo In n East t Orange Orangelo Oronil Orangelie
elo
lie lo was 80 years of age He Is il survived by b a arldow awIdow awIdow
wnsl Inrl nie
le wIdow four sons Ione and ald three thrle daughters daughtersJohn dalghtel daitghteraIohn
Iohn H Arnold a Burgess urieRI of the borough boroughf borouah borouahor
or f Urlnwlch Ireenwlch I Conn died die yesterday Isttrday after nfer a aew arpV afes
rpV fes ew weeks welk Illness Intsl of a complication complcnton of al aleases dlSlnRIS disenses
eases SlnRIS aged oie 40 years He was a unmarried unmarl unmarrd
I TRIPLE TRIPL ANNIVERSARY ANNIVRSARY FEAS FEASFOR FAST FASTFOR FEAST FEASTFOR
FOR THE ST NICHOLAS NIHOLAS SOCIETY SOCIETYTHE SCIETY SCIETYTiE SOCIETYTIlE
THE TiE CITY CITJ AND GEff OE WOODFORD WOODFORDThe IfOODFORD IfOODFORDTe
The Te General is OS 0811 OSlie He l Lt let > t the te Seoret On OnR Oat OatR OutIt
R Fulton Flon Cutting Cttnl Tells Ttll Another AnoUieWere AnoUer AnoUerre AnotherWere
Were re a City y LackIng IdeaJUm IdeaI8mP IdealIsmPIpes IdealIsmPIpesand Pipe Pipeand
and Oratory In a Dutch SaInts Sant Honor HonorWith lonor lonorWith honorWith
With plenty of schnapps 8hnapps and some ora oratory or oratory
tory tor the St Nicholas Nichola Society Siety celebratec celebratecIts celebatedits
Its Ia sixtyeighth bit blt bittday tday day and the 60ti 60tianniversary 5oh 5ohannlorary 50thanniversary
anniversary annlorary o the granting grntnK of the oliarte oliarteof charer chareror oluarterof
of New Amsterdam Ateram by dining at Delmoni Delmonicos
cos lost night Ilght Incidentally Incidently and all al un unknowingly unknowingly Unknowingly
knowingly the society Rolety celebrated clebmte th thsixtyeighth the theslxtyelRhth thesixtyeighth
sixtyeighth birthday birhday of Gen Stewart Stewar L LWoodford LWoodfor LWoodford
Woodford Woodfor who was wa one on of the guests Ruel o ohonor of ofhonor ofhonor
honor honorThe honorThe honorThe
The diners dinei sat ft beneath beneth streamers Itreamer nn nncanopies and Rndcanopie andcanopies <
canopies canopie of the blue and orange of Holland Hollandand Holand Holandand Hollandand
and between courses COUle and after dinner dlnnostnokod dinner8moke dinnersmoked
smoked 8moke pipes pipe patterned paternod after afer those thoe the thiI theI theoltl
I old Dutch burghers burg er used ul to smoke Imoke AJ AJtho As Asthe
tho coffee core went ent around the weathercocl weathercoclwhich wetherck wetherckwhich weathercoclcwhich
which used URe to perch prch on the steeple steple of the thiDutch theDutch theDutch
Dutch church in Nassau street strt near ner where whenthe wherethe wherethe
the Mutual Life Lie Building Buiding is now was bornito borne bore boreto borneto
to the speakers spker table amid the shouts Ihoutl am amcheers and Rndchers andcheers
cheers chers of the diners diner It I has been ben in the thicustody thecU8toy thecustody
custody cU8toy of the St Nicholas Nichola Society Solety foi foiyears for foryer foryears
years yearsGeorge yer yearsGeorge
George OorRe G De Witt third thir vicepresident vicepresidentof vicprsident vicprsidentof
of tho organization organizton acted act as a toastmaster tatltr tatltrand toastmasterand toafltmastorand
and the speakers Rpker were wer the Rev Rv William WilliamT Wiim WiimT
T Manning R Fulton Fultn Cutting Cttng Gen Gn Wood Woodford Woo Woodford
ford for Major John D Knight If U 8 A Rear RearAdmiral Rr RrAdmiral BearAdmiral
Admiral Frederic Freric Fredenicliodgers Rodgers Rger John Rutger RutgeiPlanten RutgerPlanten RutgerPlanten
Planten ConsulGenerator ConsulO ConsulGeneral eral of the Netherlands Netherlandsto Netherlans Netherlansto
to New York and William Wilam H MoElroy MoElroyMr MoEry MoEryMr MoElroyMr
Mr Manning was wa asked ake to t respond rpnd for the thepatron thepatron thepatron
patron saint slnt of o the society Bclety He didnt didntdeal didntY didntsay
say Y anythIng abut about St Nlchol Nicholas but a a good gooddeal
deal about abut the encouraging encouraig signs sgi of the thetimes thetmc thetimes
times tmc one of which was W that tht in these the days daysthere daysthere
there thor is I little ltte or no Irreliglon IrreliglonA Irrlglol
A sure 8ur sign slgn that the world Is II growing grwing
better bter said Mr Manning Is found Ir Irthe Inthe Idtue
the f fUiat fact that noby nobody toay today would BY BYlat say saythat
that he Is an unbeliever unbelieverR unhelever unheleverR
lat R Fulton ulon Cuttings Cuttngs toast was wal wasOur Our City Cityle CityHe
He le made mde an Interesting Intelstng address addr on archi archilecture arhl arhltecur architecture
lecture tecur ancient and modern moer and sail sailthat sld sldhat saIdthat
that one reason ron why the city ctyl cityis is not betteand better btter btterand betterand
and greater greter Is because bal the citizens ctzel have havilittle hve hveltte havelittle
little ltte or no idealism idealismWhat Idealim IdealimWht idealismWhat
What Wht city city with even a vestige vet of Idealism Idealismexclaimed Idealim Idealimexcaimed Idealismexclaimed
exclaimed excaimed Mr Cutting Ctlngl would permit the thior theerecllon theereotidn
erecllon or a a bulding building like Ike the new prmt Tombs Tombsor
or permit prmit the encroachment encrchment of the Count CountCourt Cunty CuntyCourt County CountyCourt
Court House 10u on City Cty Hall lal Park ParkGen ParkGen Parkion
Gen ion Woodfords Woodfori toast toat was W Holland Holld and andthe ad adthe andthe
the Founders Founder of Now Netherlands Netherlnds When Whenhe Whenhe Whenhe
he arose aros to speak tile ll General Glltrallet let the cat catout ct ctout catout
out of the bag about abut his birthday birhdy and this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning all al New York will wi know that tht yes yesterday yesterday yestorday ¬
terday he was W 68 6 years year old oldMajor oldMajor
Major f Knight rspnded responded f for tl the Army ArmyAdmlrl ArmyAdmiral A AMoElroy
Admlrl Admiral Rodger Rodgers for the Navy and Mr MrMcElroy MrMoElroy
MoElroy for Our Guests GuestsSHEA Gue8 GuestsShEA t8 t8E
SHEA E OMIXATES MCARREX MCARREXNew llCRRE llCRRENew
New Leader Chosen Coen Head lead or Kings InSI County CountyDemocratic Cotmt Countyflemocratlo
Democratic Democrate Executive Eeeuthe Committee CommitteeTho Cmmltte CmmltteTe CommitteeThe
The Te first trt meeting mertnR of the new Democratic Democraticexecutive Dmorto DmortoIxecutlve Democratioexectitive
executive Ixecutlve committee commte of Kings King county was woaheld washeld 1
held last night nght at the Thomas Tlomn Jefferson Jeffersonheadquarters Jereron Jereronheadquarer Jeffersonheadquarters
headquarters headquarer Brooklyn and the pro proceedings proIdlnp proceedlags ¬
ceedings Idlnp passed d off ot smoothly and without withoutany wihout withoutany
any Indication that the change of leadership leadershipresulted leaderhp leadershipresulted
resulted rBullNlln in any bitter feeling feelingFormer flng flngFormer feelingFormer
Former Bridge Brdg Commissioner Commllolr John L LS LAtja
S Atja iea a of the Seventeenth Svententh Assembly mbly district districtwho distrct distrctwho districtwho
who had been bn at the head hea of the thl executive executivecommittee rxecutvo rxecutvocommitee executivecotnnlittee
committee commitee for several BvAral years year and who sided sidedwith 81dedwih sIdedwith
with wih Hugh 1ugh McLaughlin McLughln In his controversy controversywith controery controerywith controversywitll
with Murphy Murhy In retiring rtrng from the chair chairmanship chairmalhip chaIrmanship ¬
manship malhip proposed Senator Sntor Patrick Patrck H HMoCarren HMcrren ifMoCarren
MoCarren as his h1 successor successorHe suoNOr suoceuoiHe
Mcrren He said ald that Senator Snator MoCarren McCn through throughhis throgh throghhis
his able leadership I of the party in the last lastcampaign lat latcampgn lastcampaign
campaign aerhl and his lifelong lfelong pry devotion devoton to toDemocracy toDemoracy toDemocracy
campgn Democracy Demoracy had ha endeared endard himself hlnlr to the thogeneral themnk therank
rank and die or the orgnizton organIzation and by bypeneral bygeneral
general demand had been bn called cld to the thechairmanship thechalrmanahlp thechairmanship
chairmanship peneral of the committee committe The Tle nomi nomination nomination ¬ II
nation of Senator MoCarren was seconded secondedby
naton Hnator McCrn WI sconded scondedby
by several Bveral other committeemen commtemen and his hiselection hil hiselectIon I Ielpclon
election was unanimous unanimousArthur unanimousArthur
elpclon unanmouR unanmouRArthur
Arthur C Salmon was wa elected electd treasurer treasurerand traurr traurrand treasurerand
and Frank Fnk E OReilly ORly secretary crtar David DavidHagan Davd DavdHagan DavidHagan
Hagan was l choeen chOn clerk to the committee committeein commte
in place plar of Michael Michal H Keely who died diedrecently ded dedr diedrecently
recently r ntly
At the next meeting metng Chairman Cairn James D DBell DBl DBell
Bell Bl of the county committee commto will wl announce announcethe announc announcethe
the names of the new ne finance fnanc commIttee committeoMagistrate committe commItteeMagistrate
Magistrate E E Gaston Gaton Hlgglnbotham who whois whoIs whois
is to be b chairman of the lter latter body boy will willbe wi willbe
committee comn1tteeBronx be committeeBronx b an exofflcio exofco member membr of the executive executivecommittee executvo executvocomltee executivecomn1ttee
comltee comlteeDron
Bronx Club Clul Doesnt Drlt Rtommtnd Recommend Healy HealyThe II HealyThe alr alrThe
The members membr of The Bronx Republican RepublicanClub Rpublcan RpublcanClub
Club of the Thirtyfifth Thlrytfth Assembly A8mbly district districthave districthave districthave
have passed a resolution rsolution saying that tht as asEdward a8war asEdward
Edward war H Healy had been bn spoken of M a a apossible apOHlble apossible
possible successor IUC80r to State Stte Deputy Dputy Excise ExciseCommissioner Excl ExciseCommissioner
Commissioner CommllKloner Milliard Hilard they desired del I rd to tonotify tonotify tonotify
notify Gov Odoll Odel that his hil temperament temperamentcapacity tmprament tmpramentcrJclty temporamentcapacity
crJclty capacity and qualifications qualncton8M made him himunfit himunf himutifit
unfit unf for the job Matthew J Harrington HarringtonIs Harrngton HarrngtonII
Is II president prsident of the club and he is out for forHealys torHeal1 forHealymi
leader leaderMurphy londerllrpb leaderIurpby
Healys Heal1 scalp sCJlp as
Murphy llrpb at Tammany Tmman Initiation InitiationTho Initaton InitatonThe InItiatIonThe
The Tammany fammny Society at its 18 monthly monthlyneeting montlly montllymeetng monthlymneoting
neeting meetng at Tammany Tammny Hall Hal lost lat night In Intiated InItlated initlated
Itlated a score scre of new candidates cndldatl among amonghem amongthem amongthorn
hem Abe Ab Levy Lvy exCoroner exCorner Antonio Zucca Zuccand Zuccaand Zuccaanl
and nd David Canavan the contractor contractorharles cntmcor cntmcorChare8 contractorCharles
Chare8 Charles F Murphy was present prCent therefore therefor thereforeall
al all 11 the Tammany Tamman leaders leader turned ture out outHIE outSirE outsiii
SirE THOUGHT TlllGIT HE WAS OALLAXT OALLAXTjhrn OAJ4T OAJ4TWlrn GALL4XTWilCfl
jhrn Wlrn He 1f Took Her Jrr Fur Fr Cape CapeCan CapeChanged CapeChanged11cr Change ChangeHer t1
Her 111 Mind lnd When hln He le Didnt Udnt Come flack DaekA laek laekA
A well wel dressed drCed middle aged ago woman is isIrs IsMrs isMrs
Mrs Irs A Smith of Boston Boton Mrs Mr Smith is isIvlng Islving isliving
living lving at a hotel on Washington street streetUrooklyn Itret ItretBroklyn streetBrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn and while whie she Ihe ho Is here herestm she is II taking takingulvanUgo tkIng tkIngadantgo takingadvantsge
ulvanUgo of her trip to do her Christmas ChristmasShe Chrilta Christmasshopping
shopping shoppingShe
She had several parcels parcl in her arms ar as asrell Mwel aswell
well as l a handbag and a cape when she was wasmusing waspassing l
wel cp
musing Proctors Protor 8 Twentythird Street Streetfhontre Strlt StrltThotre StreetTheatre
Theatre pnHslnp Thotre yesterday afternoon aftrnoon Out of the thontrance theentrnc tileentrance
entrance entrnc of the theatre theatr stepped trpn a man lan who wholowed whobowcd whobowed
lowed to Mrs Mr Smith as l ho doffed dote his hat hatHow hatUow lintllow
How do you ou do ho said ald to t her herIm herIm herIm
replied repliedIm Im Im well wel mister miltr Mrs Mr Smith says she sheIm Ihe Ihererle shereplied
rerle Im glad gla to hear It said aid the man manHn manHn manHa
Hn gallantly relieved releve Mrs Smith Smih of her herinndbag herhnndbag herhandbag
handbag palanty and her fur trimmed trmme cape He Heold Hetold lietold
told her to wait a minute minut and darted darte into intoin Intoan intoan
an in olSon ofce building buldlnR with wih her property propertyWhln propertyWhen nroportyWhen
When Whln he was Wi out outof of sight Ilght Mrs Smith bo boan beKan hegao
gao an to think she Ihe didnt know him She Sheold Shotole Silotold
old tole the t Tenderloin police plce that 50 5 would wouldover wouldcver wouldcover
over cver her loss lossAll lOA lossAll
All 1 Driven OrInII to De Organlml OrganlmlThe Orlanl7Id Orlanl7IdThe OrranlzedThe
The International Interatonal Brotherhood Brtherhood of Team Teamit Teamsters Teamstore
store it crs has ha begun blgun to organize all al the workers workersn
In n this thl city cty who are qe connected cnneto with driving drivingn
In n any way Organization meetings meetn s have haveeen haebrn havebeen
brn been > een called for nearly nealy every night for two twoveeks twowrkl twoweeks
weeks wrkl cal and VicePresident YlccPreldent Gould of the thoirothcrhood thebrotherhood thebrotherhood
brotherhood will wi remain here for sqtne sqtneme Imetme some sometime
time me The Te organization organl7ton wants want to take takeIn takeInthe in inhe inthe
tme the he drivers of every kind of horsedrawn horsedrawnehicle hOrerawn hOrerawnehlcle horsedrawnvehicle
vehicle vehicleTo ehiclem ehlcleTn
Tn m Become President Preldpnt of Guaranty Trust TrustCompany Tut TutCClpan TrustConipany
Company CompanyNEW CClpan CClpanNEW ConipanyNEW
NEW ORLEANS Dec 7 1John John W Castles Castlesif Ctes Ctesof
of if this city cty has ha accepted aopted the presidency prsidency of ofhe ofthl oftue
thl tue he Guaranty Trust TMst Company Cmpan of Now York Yorkrfr YorkMr YorkMr
Mr Castles came cme hero I r recently from Texas Texaslecame Tn Texasbecame al
becme became lecame CtieR president prsident of rcntl the Hlbernia Hibrnia Bank Bankmd Bnk Bnkand Bankand
and afterward aferwar of the Hlbernia Ilbrla Banking Bankingmd Danklngand Bankingand
and Trust TMIt Company the largest concern concernjf concr
of jf the kind In the South SouthTo SouthTo SouthTo
To Curtail Curlal Cotton Coton Mill 11 Production ProductionCHARLOTTE Poducton PoductonCIARLTE ProductionCltAnLorTE
CHARLOTTE CIARLTE N C Dec 7 7A A large num numxir numher
bl her xir of cotton colon mill mi men have already alrad arrived arrivedn arved arvedIn
In n Charbtte Charlte to attend atend the meeting metng to be beiflld b beheld
held tomorrow tomorow when it In h expected epced that thatnamifacturens thatmanufacturers
manufacturers from Rhode Island to Mis MisIslppl Misslppi Missisippi
manufatur Rhoe
Islppl slppi will wl pass p a joint resolution rsoluton declaring declaringhe dclarng dclarngthe I
the he neceeMty necBly of curtailing curalng production proucion
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HOW TO TOROUND ROUND OUT A CENTURY CENTURYVIEWS CENTURYfEW1
VIEWS fEW1 OF WOMEN JOUE ITf70 J0 HAVET HAVETYET lAIET lAIETET 1IAVEVTITT
YET ET SUCCEEIED SUCCEEDEDReal
Real Centenarian Who bo Wan al to Have lue Helped HelpedIn
In Debate Kept rpt Away From Fom the One OneHundred Onelundrl OneHundred
Hundred lundrl Club Cull Clubs Dinner Unntr by b Rheumatism RheumatismAdvice Rheumatim RheumatimAdlle RheumatisniAdvIce
Advice Adlle to Let Lt Your onr Emotions Emotons Go GoMrs GoMr GoMrs
Mrs Mr Anna Belts Btts the centenarian entmarln who whowas whows whowas
was ws to have been ben the guest of honor and andto andto andto
to tell how she had ha lived 100 10 years yers was wasabsent wasabant wasabsent
absent abant from the annual annul dinner of tho One OneHundred OneHundre OneHundred
Hundred Hundre Club In the Hotel Majestic Majeito last lastnight 18t 18tnight lastnIght
night There Tere were a number of o decidedly decidedlyyoung dlldcly dlldclyyoung decidedlyyoung
young people peple there ther however to tell their theirelders theirerders theIrelders
elders how to reach rch the century cntury mark markThere mrk mrkTer markThere
There Ter were wer seventyfive Bventyte guests and fifty fiftyof frty frtyat fiftyof
of these thes were wer on the sunny side of forty fortyDr fory foryDr fortyDr
Dr Robert Robr Walter Walor Bolton Bolon Hull Hl and Dr DrW DrW DrW
W R C liatson 1t8n delivered delvere long addresses addresseson addrelel addrelelon
on What Is Vitality Vtalty The Te Conservatism Conservatismof Cnsrtsm Cnsrtsmof
of Vitality Vialty and Vitality VItlty and Life but butthe butthe butthe
the real rl stars 81 of the evening were wer Mrs MrsBell Mr MrsBell
Bell BU De D Rivera Rvem and Mrs Almon Hensley HensleySleep Hensley8lep EensieySleep
Sleep 8lep sleep sep and again ai sleep licp and a little littletemperance ltle ltletemprnc littletemperance
temperance temprnc In wine was the burden buren of oftheir oftheir oftheIr
their songs songsMrs 8ngs 8ngsn songsMrs
Mrs n Bell Bl De D Rivera Rlera on MCnsratam MCnsratamof Conservatism Conservatismof
of Vltalfly Vltalfy in Domestic Domestc Life said 8ld that thatwomen thatwomen I Iwomen
women waste their energies energiesMrs enlrgles enlrglesMrs energiesMrs
Mrs Almon Hensley Henlle who had for her hersubject her8ubJe hersubject
subject 8ubJe Vitality Vitlty and the Emoti6ns Emotons advo advothe adocto advocated
cto cated Ue tbo plcing placing of excitable cbldren chIldren In Inthe intile
the hands of others oher than their mothersto motherstobe mother to tobe
be reared rr In defining detnlng sorrow she Ihe made madethis mae maethi madetub
this thi tub statement statementThere stement stementThere statementThere
There is no absolute abollU right rlaht nor wrong wrongU wronl
U Is entirely a matter muttr of personal Ideals IdealsRemorse IdrulsRemorse IdealsRemorse
1 Remorse Is absolutely absolut futile tutU It exhausts exhauststhe exhulRtl
the nervous system and Ild weakens the will willIt wi willIt
It Is neither wise Bltm nor healthy to smother Imotllr feel feeltogs tlll tlllInlB feelInga
togs I which might cause shame Ihame In Indulgence IndulgenceIt Indulllne
InlB 1 It would be mlaht better beter cuse to express epress them thtm and be beashamed bealhemed beashamed
ashamed ashamedMrs alhemed alhemedMr ashamedMrs
Mrs Mr Hensley had an Idea Ide of her own ownabout ownabout
about the conservatism conAMatlm of vitality laly in the theexpression theexpr8lon theexpression
expression expr8lon of love There Tere is more mor harm harmdone harmdone harmdone
done to women by an under expression expreBton of oflove oflove oflove
love than by b an overexpression she de declared declr dodared ¬
dared and the men applauded applaudedMrs applude applaudedMrs
clr
Mrs M Belts wrote that ill I health helh produced producedby prouco
by rheumatism rheumtim in her left lef side prevented preventedher
her from being present Her nephew nephewAlfred nephewAlre nephewAlfred
Alfred Alre Spear Sper who is 86 years ers old was there therefor ther tilartfor
for her The oldest oldelt guest Rueft present presnt was wasclub wasDr wasDr
viceresident resldent of the theclub tileclub
Dr J B Rich who Is Ic
club and M years Mr old Aunt Aunt Louisa LouisaEldridge Louis LouisaEldrldge
Eldridge represented rpresnte the Professional ProfeHlonal Wo Womans Womanl Womans ¬ I
mans League Lgue although alhough a number of young youngladies younladies
manl
ladies from that club cub were wer also there ounf All Allthe A Athe Athe
the womens clubs In New York were wlre rep represented represnte represented ¬
resented resentedGRAD resnte resnteGRA resentedGRAND
GRAD GRA D RAPIDS 1IRIIIERY 1IRIIIERYWarrants IJllnr IJllnr1arranta IIRIJ1ERYWarrants
Warrants 1arranta for the Arrest reat of Seven Slnn More MoreMen MoreMen loreIen
Men In the Water t r Scandal ScandalGRAND Hcanlal HcanlalOIAND ScandalGRAND
OIAND GRAND RAPIDS RAPIR Mich Dec DI 7 7ThIR 7ThIRevening 7ThIsevening This Thisevening
evening Judge Haggorty of the police plc court courtissued courtIfuo courtissued
issued Ifuo a second loond batch of warrants warrlt for the thoarrest thea thearlest
arrest a t of ofplnl ofpersnns ponwms who are ar alleged alegrd to havo havobeen havobn havebeen
been bn Implicated implcated in the water works scandal scandalhere fandal fandalhlr scandalhere
here hlr by the confession cnreAlon of Lant K 1 Sals Salsbury Salsbury ls
bury formerly City Attorney ttrey Tho follow following folow folowIng followlng ¬ I
ing are the defendants and the crimes crimescharged crimpscharge crimeschargech
charged chargedConspiracy charge chargechConsplraoyJ I
Conspiracy ClplrcyJ J Clark Sproat former formermanager formlr formlrmnaer formermanager
manager mnaer of tho Grand Rapids Rplda Democrat DemocratCharles Demorat DemoratCharleS DemocratCharlesS
S Burch Grand Rapids RapidsEvening RapidsIfrening
Charles CharleS Burh manager Grnd RpldK RpldKEvening
Evening Press Eugene D Conger Manager ManagerGrand ManagorOrand ManagerGrand
Grand Rapids Rpids Herald J Russell RUII Thomson Thomsonformer Thomsontormer Thomsonformer
former reporter rprter for Grand Rapids Krtning KrtningPreti ErenmgPrOM I
PrOM and Isaac I c F I Jmornux Lamnoreaux amoreaux former formerCity tormerClt fortnerCity
City Clt Clerk ClerkAttempted ClerkAttempted I
Attempted Atvtc subornation lubornaton of perjury perjurWi perjuryWil perjuryWil11am Wil William ¬
liam F MoKmgnt Mclmgnt attorneyat atore t law lawPerjury lawPerjuryGerge lawPorjuryOeorgo
la Perjury PerjuryGerge i Georgo E Nichols NlcholAL Ionia Mich Michattorneyatlaw MIohattdrneyatlaw lch lchatoreyatlaw
attorneyatlaw A warrant warrnt for lor or Gerritt Gerlt H HAlbirs HAlber HAlbera
Albirs atoreyatlaw Alber charging perjury prjury will wi be issued issuedtomorrow luedtoIDoroW issuedtomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowThe toIDoroW tomorrowThe
The warrants arant for conspiracy cOnllracy charge chargeBuroh chargeBuroh chargeBurch
Buroh Sproat Conger Cnglr Thomson ThoURon and nndLomoreaux andIOrUX andLamOreittlX
Lomoreaux with accepting acptng money from fromSaUbury tram8bur fronlSaisbury
SaUbury IOrUX for assisting IRltlnK him to t obtain outln a atant acntrt acontract
8bur cntrt contract with the cty city to turlRh furnlsil It itS Inhabl Inhabltanh Inimbitante
tant with wth Lake Lke Michigan water watr during the thesummer theBumer thesummer
summer of 1000 1000Salsbury 1I 11100Halebury
Bumer Salsbury Slbul swears IWln that ho Ie gave ga e Burch Burh BurhO
5000 O Sproat Sprat 11 17 500 5 Omger CcrIIOO Cmgerhlo000 10000 Thomp Thompson Thompsn Tilompson ¬
son 500 and Lamoreaux 115 1500 of o the
sn 1100 100000 1I boodle Lmoraux fund fune placed in his hands handsby handl handsby
by a New York capitalist cllaHlt to procure prcur a con contract cn cntrat contract ¬
tract trat with the city clt cltWiim
William Wiim F McKnight Is I charged with withattempting withatemptng withattempting
attempting to suborn subor F H Carman Carmanone
atemptng one of tho peoples witnesses wlnle to swear swearfalsely Hwearfalely swearfalsely
falsely on the pples trial tri of Salsbury Slbury In November
falely
1901 when hen the latter laler was U convicted cmltl of ofaccepting ofaptng ofaccepting
accepting 191 a bribe In connection connoclon with wih tho thowater thowater thewater
aptng water deal doal The Te warrant against agallt Nichols Nicholscharges Nlcholl Nlchollcharges Nicholscharges
charges him with wih perjury prJur alleged alege to t have havoboen haveben havebeen
been ben committed cmmited on Nov ov 29 1901 191 when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he wan WI a witness witne in tho Salsbury Slhur case casenotion cle cleDoton caseBoston
notion Contraotor Falls Fal for 1280 1280BOSTON 23OOOO 23OOOOBOBTON 23OOOOBosToN
BOSTON Doc De 7 7Frnk 7Frank Frank G Coburn of ofBrookllne ofBrooklne ofBrookline
Brookline Brooklne contractor and builder buldor filed fe a abankruptcy abankruptcy abankruptcy
bankruptcy petition petton today showing liabili liabilities labl liabilities ¬
ties tlO amounting aountng to 23P448 2 4C No assets ets are arementioned oromentoned arementioned
mentioned mentoned in the schedule scheule Among Amon tho thocreditors thocreltor tilocreditors
creditors creltor is the United Unie Stales StteA Government Governmentclaiming Goverment Govermentclaiming Governmentclaiming
claiming about 110 14000 for breach brlch of con contract contract contract ¬
tract on buildings buidings at the Charleatown Charletown Navy NavyYard NayYard NavyYard
Yard About 115000 150 of the debts debt are aresecured areIere aresecured
secured The largest larget par part of this is II due dueto dueto dueto
to Iere the Central National Naton Bank of Boston Boton but butthe butthe butthe
the value vaue of the securities Irte U I not known
SAYAGE FOR CONGRESS CONGRESSHost COOnESSlolt
Host lolt of Tammany Men Ien See 811 Murphy Murphylies MurphyliesFriends lurphlel lurphlelFlrnd Ilei IleiFriends
Friends Flrnd With WIU Gorman GormanSnalor GormanSnator GoralanSenator
Senator Patrick H McCarren had an anhours anilotIrs
hours 1018 conference conferenc with Charles Charle F Murphy Murphyat Murphylt
at lt Tammany Tamman Hall Hal yesterday yeterday afternoon afternoonMr afernoon afernoonll
Mr ll Murphy Murhy told the Senator that the first firstappointment trt trtappointment fIrstappointment
appointment Mayorelect Mayorellt MoClellan MaClelan would wouldannounce wouldannounce wouldannounce
announce would be that of John J 3 Delany Delanyto
to be b Corporation Corporaton Counsel Counlel A host hOt of Tam Tammany Ta Tammany ¬
many men saw BW Mr fr Murphy Murhy He was wasdispleased wasdispleased
displeased displelo at tho publication publcaton of a a story storythat storythat storythat
that ho had avoided aolde meeting meetng Senator SenatorGorman SenatorOorman SenatorGorman
Gorman of Maryland while whie he was as In InWashington InWMhngton inWashIngton
Washington WashingtonSenator WMhngton WashIngtonSenator 11
Senator Gorman called cale at the hotel hotelwhile hotelwhie hotelwitile
while whie I was out said sld Mr Murphy Murhy 1 Ishould 1should 1should
should have been ben glad to see s him Our Ourrelations Ourrelatol Ourrelations
relations relatol are very pleasant We had a apleasant aplelnt apleasant
pleasant plelnt Interview not long ago agoWhile agoWhie agoWhile
While Whie Mr Murphy did not formally rormaly an announce announce announce ¬
nounce the theselection selection leleton yesterdayhe etrday he Indicated Indicatedt Indicatedtothe
t tothe o the newspaper nlspapermen men that Joseph Josph W Savage Savagewill Savagewi Savagewill
will wi be tho Tammany Tammay candidate for Con ConfroGs CangrO Congremi
grO gremi in the Twelfth district distrct when Col ColcClellan ColMclelan CclMcclellan
froGs cClellan Mclelan resigns rllgns Mr Savage 8av e Is I the thepolitical thepoltcl thepolitical
political poltcl reporter rporr for the Brenmp Journal Journaland Joral Joraland Journaland
and has been ben on the stump for Tammany
in several Bveral campaigns cmpalgl He does do not live livein Ile IleIn liveIn
in the te Congress Cngl district ditrict but la I said sid to be beMr beMr
Mr l Murphys Murhys personal peronal choice choiceTRIBUTE choic choicTRIBVTE choiceTRIBUTE
TRIBUTE FOR CANTOR CATORTales CANTORTils CANTORTaleB
Tales Tils of Ir a Levy L Levonsnberdinstes on SubordInates Pay to toBny toDnr toBoy
Boy a Dinner DinnerBorough Ulrr UlrrBrough IIumerBorough
Borough Brough President Pr8ldent Cantors heads heas of ofdepartments ofdeprtment ofdepartnieiits
departments deprtment are ao arranging to t give a dinner dinnerin
in his honor at Dehnonjcos Delmonicos on Dec De 16 and andto andt andto
to t present to t him an oil al painting paintingof palntlg paintingAccording
According t to complaint complaInts made by some someor someof
of the subordinates suborlnatO the department dlpartment heads headsare hea8 hea8are headsare
are not to pay the bills bi8 entirely entrely out of their theirown theirown theirown
own pockets poket The complaints comlJlalnts are to t the thoeffect thetet theeffect
effect tet that the subordinate uord natO have been beenassessed ben beenassessed I
assessed e and that tht these thes assessments Csment were werededucted werededucted I
deducted rlduct on pay day at the beginning of ofthis ofthis oftills
this month Some Sme of these theo subordinate subordinatekicked 8ubordlnate subordinateskicked
kicked kicke against the assessment assessmentHarlem aSIRRment aSIRRmentlarlrm assessmentHarlem
Harlem larlrm Republicans Rppubleanl Pack Its It Casino CasinoThe CalnoTle CasinoThe
The Tle Harlem Casino was wal packed pcke last lst night nightby nightby nightby
by people who went to the annual reception receptionof rcpton rcptonof
of the Republican RepublCn organization orRanlzton of the thoThirtyfourth theThlCourh tileTilirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth ThlCourh Assembly AAmbly district Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongtile
the notables lotables there were County Chairman ChairmanM Cairmn CairmnM
M Linn Bruce BMce George R Manchester ManchesterGeorge ManchestrGeorge ManchesterGeorge
George W V Wanmaker Wanmker William Wilam H Ten TenEyck TenEck TenEjek
Eyck Samuel Rmuel Strasbourger Hlrllhourger Edward Far H HHealy HHIlr Hllealy
Healy John T Wlndolph County COlnt Clerk ClerkHamilton ClerkHamiton ClerkHamilton
Hamilton Hamiton and Tammany Leader La lr Eugene EugeneMcGuiro Eugee EugeeMcuir EugeneMcGuiiro
McGuiro McGuiroDemocratic Mcuir McuirIemolrate McGuiiroieniecratle
Democratic Iemolrate Clubs Cllhl AS8etl Assets Mn2l3TOON Mn2l3TOONTreasurer 132InOOH 132InOOHTre 532 I 370tJM 370tJMTreasurer
Treasurer Tre urer Hawaiis HUcal report to the annual annualmeeting annualmrtng annualmeeting
meeting mrtng of the Democratic Dlmocratlc Club last Ilt night nightshows nightIhowl miightshows
shows Ihowl a prosperous prOperOUf year with 0073 in the thehank i ibank I Ihanl
bank hanl and assets tA of 32137008 32 I 370118 Seven of tho thogovernors thogovernors I IROrnOr
governors ROrnOr ane will wi retire retre next year Iar Until Untilthen Unti Untiltilen
then thel there will wi bo no change chalgo In the officers officersns ofcer
ns l they the are chosen cholen by the governors overnOr and andMr andMr 11111Mr
Mr Croker made sure fur of thecomposition thecompositionof the compOlton compOltonor composItion composItionoftluat
of oftluat that board hoardlJfore before ho last went wemmtabroad wemmtabroadCanter abroad abroadCantor abrod abrodantor
Cantor UpState tpStntl Propaganda PropagandaTo Prollaganca ProllagancaTo
To pave pa the thl way n for his personal prRonal visits visitsto
to them tH1 this t hiM week Borough Jorugh President Prlchmt Cantor Cantorhas CantorhatlJrn Cantorhas
has hatlJrn been wending nding out letters lelel to rural Demo Democrats Tmo TmocmtR Dtnocrats ¬
crats containing contalnln advice to their
aIC ns course courwin coure coureII coursein
in the Presidential Somo Somoof Soitieof
II tl coming comllg InKldfntlal campaign SOIO SOIOof
of the Hill editors State have l been
Bi cCllorl up up > eon com commenting commenting tonimnetiting ¬
menting in uncomplimentary UlcolllHmentar stvlo Itvle on al Mr MrCantors MrCaulorA MrCatitors
Cantors adviser the thecountry thecountry thecountry
appearance as I an advfSr to
country Democrats DemocratsCharley Democrtl DemocrtlCharIC DenuotratsCIiarIe upJarac
Charley CharIC CIiarIe lingers nnlrr Halls lalU Jim Jm Parr ParrHiKPAto Inrr11tfAIn IarrBtrrAmO
HiKPAto 11tfAIn Dec 01 7 After Afer throwing Ihro111 three threemen thrcmfn tiureemen
men mfn twice twll onch Ih In less than Ihal thirteen thlrtCln minutes minutes11m IlnltlR IlnltlRlm mInutesl
11m lm l I ni Parr Inrr ln rr Hie Ihl I lie English FIIIIh En gilsh champion ella halplon iii liotl cntchas cntchascntchcan cit ntchnscalhcnl tchuis tchuisatciitait
cntchcan calhcnl wrestler Irltlr struck flrlck a tarter In Charley CharleyHogerH ChurlryHOllr ChnrleyItogers
HogerH HOllr nf Rochester HoehlRtlr lIen h tonlKht lonllt In his hiseffort hiMflorl hiseffort
effort florl to throw live 111 men n1m twice twlcl each Iach within withinone withinonl withinone
one onl hour hOlr Parr llrr was WI on 01 tho tl t1l road to 0 success successwhen CiiC45Mwhen 18K 18Kwhen
when he encountered pnrolnlrn1 Ilogirs HOJr Honors Ho rs is isn II isa
n glam Ilal Ills Hf strength RlrenAth i IC marvellous IlrvelmlM Iarr Iarrdespite Iorr IorrdIAp lanrdespite
despite dIAp his cunning Cllltll waR unable Inlhlp to do In any anything al anytiiliig ¬
thing thinI with HogrrH vho ho made mudI Parr lnrr do his hlnutmost hislltfllOMt
lorrM
utmost to prevent prlNlt bring thrown Ihrnll himself I
J
MINK MUFFSNew MUJJSNew styles extra large largevery larRevery largesery
very handsome Neck Pieces Vlctorines Vlctorinesand llctonlnesand Ictornes Ictornesand
and Stoles Stole all al marked at the lowest lowet pos possible ¬
sible prices price for reliable relable goods goodsNOTKI loodR loodRO goodsNOTE ps psslhle
NOTKI NOTE O 1 do not sell el blended blel < or darkened dlrkened Mink Minkthe Mink i ithe
the taUon taUonC faction factionC genuine lenulne natural Dllura skins only onl which live lIe utlv utlvfaction 5ls 5lstaUon sati i ifaction
C C SHAYNE SHA YXE Manufacturing Manuracturng Fur Mer Merchant Merchant Merchant ¬
chant 41st and nne 42d d Sis between bt wrn Broad Broadway Brod Brodway ¬ I Iway
way and 6th Av AvSTEDEKER AvSTEDEKER y yiiiiiiii
STEDEKER iiiiiiii BROTHERS RAIDED RAIDEDBIG RAIED RAIEDRI
BIG RI WAIl rAI OF MOXEY 1011 AND POOL POOLROOM POOL P A
ROOM 110 STUFF S7VJF SEIZED SEIZEDCapt SIIZEDCapt f j jCapt
Capt Hums nurl Lets Llta Scores Scortl of Men Im Go After AfterHaying Arrr Arrr8alnllll AfterSaying
Haying 8alnllll Hell Arrest Them 1lem for Vagrancy VagrancyIf aane aaneI agraney agraneyif
If I He le Catches ttebe Km I m Again A AgainCaptains AgainCaptainsAdvice alnaptaln alnaptalnAdlee Captains CaptainsAdvice
Advice by Plione PloneTwo PhoneTwo Two Places Pulled PulledThroe Plrd PlrdTre PulledThree
Throe Tre men who said ld they were Hynry HynryLoon Hfry fipiryLeotl I
Loon Lon and Samuel Bmuel Stedeker Steeker were arrested arrestedyesterday arste arrestedyesterday
yesterday yesteray afternoon aferon charged charge with running runningpoolrooms rnning rnningPOOIOOI runnIngpoolrooms
poolrooms POOIOOI at 65 G West Broadway Brodway and ad 99 99Church 0 WIChurch
Church street sret Capt Joseph Burns of the theChurch theCurh theChurch
Church Curh street Itrt police plc station staton accompanied accompaniedby acompnie
by Assistant Aitnt District Disric Attorney Atorey Corrigan CorriganPrecinct Corrgan CorrganPrinc CorniganPrecinct
Precinct Princ Detectives Maloney Malone Mahoney MahoneyMoCormack MahoneyMoCorck MahoneyMcCormack
McCormack MoCorck and Sullivan Sulmn and about fifteen fifteenpolicemen ffen ffenpolcmen fifteenpolicemen
policemen polcmen in citizens ctzens clothes cothll did the raid raidSeveral rld rldIng raidlag
lag
Several score or of men who it is I said saidwere aid aidwere 1 1were
were betting bttng on the races rcs were wer found foune in intho Inthe Intile
the two places plaC but tho police polc arrested arrestedonly areltr arrestedonly
only the three thre Stedekers Steeke who wero charged chargedwill charRe chargedwith
with maintaining mIntaining the places placessquads plac placesapt
Capt apt DurR Burns dhldl divided hil liI mon Into two twoluads twosquads
luads squads About 4 ociock ocok he jumped into a aclosed acof aclosed
closed cof cab b at the station Hlaton house hou and drove droveto
to the place plac at 96 0 Church street Rtreet A do dozen dOMnmon dozenmen n nmen
men who were wer awaiting his arrival joined joinedhim joine joinedhim
him and the party made for the room rom on ontho ontho i itilo
tho second lond floor tor prty When WIIn they tlW fat pot no answer answerto anRwerto 1 1to
to their knock knok they the smashed Klashe in II the lie door doorwith doorwith doorwith
with an uxo Inside Inl1de they tmy found about aboutsixty aboutIlxty j jsixty
sixty men waiting waiing for returns from the New NewOrleans NewOrllan8 t tOrleans
Orleans Orllan8 races racesLeon roceLn racesLeon
Leon Ln Stedekor Steekor who gave g o his address addrell as
314 31 East f t Fiftysecond Fltlond street Rlret was as locked lokN up upas lp lpas 1 1as
as proprietor of the place ple He II had In his hispockets Ils Ilspoket hispockets
pockets poket I 11650 1650 110 and ane 300 0 was wal taken from fromthe fromthe I Itile
the desk delk Capt Burns Buml told the bettors bottorsthat btors btorsthat bettorsthat
that he would woulclo wouidlock lock any an one ole of them up for forvagrancy rorvagmncy forvtgraicy
vagrancy who came cme into his hisprecinet precinct Jlrelnc again againLeaving againLalng againLeaving
Leaving Lalng his hlt men to guard tho place plac the thecaptain thecptain thecaptain
Into ins Juard cab NIh and
captain jumped IUI ngain was wasdriven wasdrIen wasdrIven
driven drIen to t the West Broadway Broaewuy place pilr After Afterbreaking Afer AferbroaklnR AfterbreakIng
breaking In the door at this place pine Henry Henrynnd Henr Henrand Henryand
and Samuel Stedeker wore wcr arrested arrestll as asproprietors asproprletor asproprietors
proprietors proprletor Tho men in the room wore woreturned wer wereturned
turned tured out after afer being lng reprimanded by byBums byBums byBurns
I ISamuel
Bums BumsSamuel
BumsSmuel Samuel Smuel Stedeker had 5540 540 in his pockets pocketsHenry pcket pcketHelry pocketsHenry
Henry Helry had88nnd had 88 nld 124F 245 was W8 taken talcn from the thedesk thedeRk k kdesk
desk A wagon UKOI load of telephones speak speaking fpak fpakIlg speakitig ¬
ing Ilg tubes tUoK uoo dopo books and racing rcing sheets sheetswas Rhets RhetsUR sheetswas
was UR taken talu tot to copo 11m I he station house houfO as Mo evidence evidenceWhile a vIdcnce vIdcnceWillie Idenc
While Whie Capt Burns was IA in the second Acond place placethe plac placethe
the telephone rang rng and tho captain jumped jumpedto jumpd jumpdto
to the phone phoneHello
Hello Sam Is this thll you youi1 said a voice voiceYes voic voiceI
I Yes replied nplfc the captain captainCome cptain cptainMOlr captainConue
MOlr Come over 01 nnrl allllt let us I out Oi oIl the place plao h hA has hasbeen s sbeen
been raided rhled said 1IIId the tiu voice voiceCant voiceCant 0110 0110Cant
Cant do co it I said fald tho captain cptain weve wevebeen weveIn wevobeen
been raided too tooWhat tooMWhat tooiiat
In rldec
What iiat am I to do asked askrd the voice voiceGo voIceGo olc
Go out by tho window replied rpled the thecaptain thec thecaptain
captain captainThe tnln
c The 111 raid rid was wal made lade on warrants issued issuedby iAsuedb issuedby
by b Justice Jutc Olmstfd Omftd Olmilted Ball fl of 1000 10 in ineach InIRch ineach
each oaso rlo was WI furnished flrlKhNI by h Peter J Groll Grollorrvrs Grol GrolWT1WI diroll10T7IVG
orrvrs AHOUT mwr roirv roirvrtny 7J 7JThe TOhiSTite
The Derrmher Grlnd irand Jur Jury WI was sworn wor In inyeater inyeatertta clter clterdl
rtny dl tta by h Judge JUIlg MrMnhon MrMlhon In Purl PAt I t ot the General GeneralSessions renr31 renr31slons nenralSuioons
Sessions TIIP Thl I ilL forcrnnu rorrn I Is Joseph Jo1ch W Gibson 0 1on a apublisher I auutIlser
publisher uhlhrl of 19 Lnlon lnlol Squlr squitriitecorder Square SquareRecorder
Recorder Colt Gul denied drnl yesterday eatria IIrda I a motion to todismiss 10lsml toltumls I
dismiss the Indictment Ildlrtmrnl iifllnM Daniel 010101 Myrrn Myrrnpresldeal MyrrsIlnsldlll u ulirtsidellt
presldeal Ilnsldlll lsml of tile ilcfuncl Manhattan lanhMlln lIre Insurance InsuranceCompany InuranreCom InsuranceConipany
Company Com pAn Indicted for Mealing IIlllr 33Mio 30t r of the corn cornponys rompOIS cornpaIl5
ponys pOIS money Illr before beor It I failed fnlrd The defence will willopen sillopen 11
open today todayAlexander 103 103IHldr to day daytixanicr
Alexander McAncancy McAneane the unwllllni unwtlnr scram accomplice arOl scramplice ¬
plice IHldr of lluleher Toni robin In the murder mudrr of ofCnni oflnpl ofapt
Cnni apt Craft Crat lullr In the Umpire iarden Is I on trial Irll before beforeJudite heforeJulre beforeJuIte
Judite McMahon MrMlhon In the Ih ienrral ilnnl Sessions for or at atlempted A atiempcd
lempted burglary ilnlal Tobln who cut Ut oil oi Crafts Crallshead Crlls Crllshrad Craftsiiettd
head and Ald tried 10 liurn hur It I In a I furnace fumlrr Is to be put putto pl patto
to death next Mnndnf 1U1Inl
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Ten and Coffee Sets Wino Coolers Vegetable VegetableEither F FEitbet
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