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COLOMBIA CO1OMBIAMAKES MAKES WAR MOVELAXDS MOVE MOVESL4VVS
LAXDS moors IN DAmE FO FOMARCH Fon FonIIA
MARCH 1ROII IIA 111111 O OI ON IAXAMA IAXAMAlirport IANAtUrpoM IANAM4Heport
lirport Drought roullt o la L Guayra Ouay by b French FrencSteamer Ftneh FtnehStlmcrtnltd FrenchSteanierUnhied
Steamer Stlmcrtnltd SteanierUnhied Lnllert 8tatei Ready Reid to 8n 8nMilitary Send Stndltary SendMilitary
Military ltary Force Forel to the te Isthmus thmusOen IsthmuGenflee8 thmusOenlets On Onlleyes
lleyes lets Realizes That Attempt Attlllt to Re Relake Retake
lake Panama Would He Hopcleif HopcleifSpecial 10pclell 10pclelllual Ilopeleiiperai
Special lual Cablt Dtifalch nIael to 0 Tills Tn sou souIA SUI SUIIA SrnLA
IA GtTAYiu OtAY A Dec 9 Information DInformaton ha hab hM hMbn hubpofl
b bn bpofl > n brought brllht lioro by the steamship Vor Vornailles YorNles Vo VoFames °
nailles Nles that Columbia has hl ha landed 1100 1tO men metnear mennear mennear
near tho mouth of the Atrato River Rver Gulf Gulof Gulff
of f Darlen These The troops were ere embarked embarkedat
at Cartagena nrta fn1 runt 011 taken to the point pint o otending ot otJnndln ofndIrig
tending ndIrig on 01 merchant merhant steamers steamer The Te ob obfoctlvo obPtIO oboctIvo
foctlvo PtIO point pint of the movement Is believed believedto belove beloveIn
Colon and the march marclthus marchthus
to U IO 10 Panama Plama not marh marhthus
thus be over the Darien mountain mountairraw mountainran
raw rawIt ran rnng rnngIt
ranI It I in I reported here aleo that morn troops trooptfrom troopefrom troopsfrrni
from the Department of Cauca Colombia Colombiaiiro
iiro assembled nsmhled and ready rndy to participate pnrtclpate Ir Irn In Inn Ina
n campaign ampal n to recover reover the Isthmus IsthmusWASHINGTON IsthmusWABINGTON EsthmueWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WABINGTON OETS TUB TII TIf NEWS NEWSWASHINOTOV NEWSWSIOTON NEWWASIIINOTO
WASHINOTOV WSIOTON Dec De 9 DOfcil 9Omciat Official advice adviceliavn advlcs advlcshao adviceshava
liavn boon hln received recolvo by the Administrator Administratorthat Administrton Administrtonthat
that 1100 110 Colombian soldiers loldlcr have beer beerlanded bn bnJandd boonlanded
of the Atrato River RiverIn
landed at tho mouth te nver nverIn
In lhn thl Gulf Gllf of DarIen for tho purpose PUrl ol olInvading of ofInvnlm oflnvntllng
Invading Invnlm tho tli Isthmus of Panama PanamaThusondvlceswero Panam PanamaThoo
Thusondvlceswero ThondlcMer Thoo actvlcoe were transmitted trlmlte to the teWar teWarDppartmnnt War WaiDepartment WarTepartrnnflt
Department for the information Intonnaton of the Gen General GenHal Goncral ¬
Hal Staff Sta and today todaythorewas there was wa renewedac renewedactlvlty renewedactirity ac activity ¬
tivity on tho part of the officers omcer of the army armywho armywho armywo
who wo havo haY1m In charge tho preparation prparton of plans plansfor plan planfor plaafor
for sending endlng a military mlary expedition expditon to the theIsthmus thoItlmu theIsthmus
Isthmus Itlmu of Panama Panam should the necessity necessityarise neeSly neeSlyarle necessityarise
arise ariseArmy arleArmy ariseArmy
Army officers ofcr believe bleve that the sending of olAmerican ofAmerian ofAmerican
American Amerian troops tops to t the te Isthmus I tmusl la i Inevitable Inevitableand Inetble Inetbleand inevitableand
and that noonor roner or later ltr an expedition expeditionwill expditon expditonwf
will wf ham to lx fitted Ite out Jt t was wa declared declaredthis delared delaredthis declaredthis
this afternoon aftlron that so far have preparations preparationsconn preprton preprtonjonA
gone jonA forward that a military mitry expedition oxplton of olover ofopr ofovFr
over 3000 30 men could cl d bo b landed lande at Colon Coloninslrlo Clon ClonInrle Coloninslilo
inslrlo of Urn tln days day from the rocelptof rlptof report reportfhowlng rprt rprtfhowlng reportsthowlng
that needed neededA
fhowlng they are ar node
A numborof nnmbr ntimborofopIriioithave of opinions opllon have been bn advanced advancedby avanced avancedhy
by officers ofcr of the General Generl Staff Stf as I to the thecharacter thocharacter thecharacter
character of the military mitre militaryepeditIon expedition pltlon which whichshould whlohFhonld whichhoulcl
should bo h sent to the th Isthmus Isthmu In case CB of oftrouble oftrouhlo oftrouble
trouble with wit Colombia Clombia Some officers officersthink ofcerA ofcerAthink officersthink
think that a small st1 body bdy of cavalry cvlry will wi be beneeded belfflld benodd
needed lfflld while whlo others other are ar of the te opinion that thatonly tat tatonly thatonly
only infantry Intantr with wib a mountain mountan battery hatery of olartillery ofortUr ofartillery
artillery ortUr willbe wi will b be the te proper prpr organization organizationfor organizaton organizatonfor
for servico 11ce in that tt country countryARirr cutr cutr4R countryRMT
ARirr 4R READY FOB 101 ANT AN KMKROENOT KMKROENOTLJoutGen K KMZBOENOtLieutGen ROENOt
LJoutGen Leutn Young Chief of Staff Sta said saidthis Rid Ridthla saidthIs
this afternoon aftro Te The army is I I prepared prepr for fornny forany forany
any situation siuation of no nogreatermagnitudo greater magnitude miude than thanfrom thanfrom thanfrom
from present prsnt indications Idlcton exists exss in con connection cn cnne conreetlon ¬
nection ne Ion with wih the troubles on the Isthmus IsthmusThe Imus ImusTle IsthmusThe
The Tle Joint Joit Army Ay and Nary Na Board Bor held a ameKJng ameJng ameeting
meeting meJng today tody soon after the receipt reipt of ofAdditional ofIddilonal ofadditional
Additional Iddilonal information iformtion in regard to the themovement themcemet themovement
movement mcemet of Colombia Clombi upon the tle Isthmus IsthmusMid Isthmu Isthmulndppty Isthmuazndpromptiy
Mid lndppty zndpromptiy promptly denied denie that that thtabJe mibjeot had hadI h had1cend1ciiaed
I lcendl 1cend1ciiaed le n discussed discussedCOLOMBIAS
7 COLOMBIAS CLWDUS PLAN PLANAt PL PLANAt
At the War ar Department Deprmet however howeter the thoImportance theImpornnce theimportance
Importance Impornnce of the situation situton was admitted admittedby admtte
by h the officers ofcr and it was explained expllno that thatofficial thatofCfll thatoftcial
official ofCfll advices ovlces from Panama Panam showed showe that thatihf thatrhO thatth
ihf rhO th > objective of the Colombian Colombin troops trop was wasPanama waspannma wasPanama
Panama and not no Colon The Te mouth of the theAtrato theAtrato theAtrato
Atrato River Rver is the nearest nees available availble point pointIn
In Colombian territory territor to the Atlantic Atato side sideof sideof sideof
of the Isthmus Ishmus The Te Atrato River Rver flows flowsdirectly fow fowcHrPtly flowsdirectly
directly cHrPtly south 8uth across acrOR the Darlen strip strp and nndalmost andnlost andalmost
almost nlost at the foot of the Darien mountain mountainchain mountainChnln mountainchain
chain Chnln separating fpartng the Isthmus from Darien DarlenIt DanenI
It I is assumed aRumo by the officials ofcll here that It ItIN ItI itis
IN I the intention of the Colombians Colombins to pass passup pR pRup passtip
up the Atrato River to its Junction with a aimall amal amaii
imall mal river that rises rls in i these t16 mountains mountainson mountins mountinsOi
on Oi the west The 1le source soure of the small sml river riverforms riverforms riverforms
forms a gap In the mountain chain through throughwhich throughhlch throughhich
which hlch it Is believed heleve the Colombian troops troopscan troopsean
can ean pass passThe pnB passThe
The Te Balsas DalsB River Rver rises rs on the west side sideof sideof sideof
of the mountains mountain and flows 10ws toward towar the Gulf Gulfof Gul Gulfof
of San Miguel lguel on the Pacific Pacio side of the thoIsthmus theIlthmus theIsthmus
Isthmus Ilthmus of Panama Panm By passing paAig through throughthe
the gap fap in the mountains moutas and using tg small smallboats sml smallhOftts
boats hots the troops troopl could sail Mi down the Balsas BalsasRiver Dal BalsasRiver
River to the Gulf of San Sa Miguel Migel and ad then thenbe thenhe thenhe
he directly dircty across acrO the Bay of Panama Pant from fromthe fromrha fromthe
the city cty of Panama Panam The distance ditnc by land landfrom lnd lndfrom landfrom
from San Miguel Migel to Panama Panam would be b only onlyabout onlynhout onlyabout
about 100 10 miles mle and with the exception excpton of ofmountain ofmountain ofmountain
mountain chains through throug which it is I said saidthere sid sidrhere saidthere
there are numerous trails trail there would bo bonothing b benotlng
nothing tollng to impede ipde the movement of the theColombian theColombIan theolomblan
Colombian troops troopsWORK troop troopswont
WORK won I OF THE MARINER MARINERAnticipating iunnms iunnmsAntcipatng MAnINEBAnticipating
Anticipating Antcipatng the movement of Colombian Colombianforces Colombi Colombianforces
forces Rear Admiral Adml Glass Gl and Rear Ad Admiral Admirl Adiniral ¬
miral mirl Coghlan Coghln commanding commandig the te United UnitedStates UnitedHtates Unitedstates
States naval forces forcs in Isthmian waters watershave water watershive
have lae rant Int naval vessels vell to patrol the to coasts coastsAny cots cotsAny coastsAny
Any attempt atempt by the Colombians Colombll to Invade Invadethe Invadethe Invadethe
the Isthmus by b the landing landig of troops within withinthe withintl withintho
the tl territory territor of the Republic Republo of Panama Panamawill Panamawill
will wi be b resisted re lted by the to naval nvltorcs forces of the thoInited theInled theUnited
United Inled States but it Is I pointed out that thattln thattlo thattLn
tln warships warhips cannot prevent prvent such Bch a land landmovement lnd lndmoement landmovement
movement as scorns ar to bo contemplated contemplatedhy contemplted contempltedhy
hy the Colombians Clombians The marines lnrlnes will w1 It Is Isdeclared I Isrbclared
declared < clarecl do all al they can to protect protec the therailroad theIRlrod theistiroad
railroad IRlrod and canal cnal strip across acr0 the Isthmus Isthmusanil Ithmus IthmusRnll Isthmusand
and will wi also alo resist rsist any Invasion InYllon of the theIsthmus theIsthmus thelthtnus
Isthmus by h land but there is I no intention intentionof Intenlon Intenlonnf
of tending tho marines marl nee into the te mountain mountaini mountainri mountainraih
i rail ri to do 10 scoutIng soutig duty The he opinion opinionprevails opinionJrall opiniontirevaik
prevails Jrall here her that should hold the Colombian Colombianforces Colombianforc Colombianforces
forces forc I reach San Miguel Migel as a planned plnned there therewill ther therwil thereviii
will wil then be b ample tune tie within wlhl which whic to towild toIud toiend
wild Iud troops to Colon and thence theno across acr08 by byrailroad byrirod byrailroad
troop
railroad rirod to Panama Panm before btor the Colombian Colombiansoldiers Colombianoldler Colombianotdiere
soldiers oldler can en march to Panama PanamaABOUT Paa PaaABOUT PanamaABOUT
ABOUT BENDING TROOPS TROOPSSteps TRoopsSteps 11100PSStps
Steps have already aray been 1en taken by the thoGeneral theG theGeneral
General G nral Staff Sta to ascertain Mcrtaln the best bet possible possiblepoint pOSlble pOSlblepoint possiblopoint
point of embarkation embrkation for American Amercan troops troopsInquiries trops tropsInqulrlls troopsinquirics
Inquiries Inqulrlls were wer sent Int out several sveral days ago agoby agoby agoby
by the military mitar Information Inforton division divion of the theGeneral theGnral theGeneral
General Gnral Staff Sta for news as to the best bst and andquickest andqulck andquickest
quickest qulck st route for troops troop to t take to t go from fromFort fromFor fromFort
Fort For Thomas Fort or Snelllng Snelng Fort For Sheri Sheridan Sherid Sherlian ¬
dan d and Fort For Riley Riey to tho ports pM of Mobile MobileNew Mobie MobieOrlNls Mobileew
New Charleston and andNew ardew
ew Orleans OrlNls Galveston Gaye ton Crlestn ad adW
New ew W York Steamship companies have havealso hayeal haveao
also al o been ben consulted conuld for the purpose pur of se securing 8 sourIng ¬
curing curnl information on n to their facilities fit for forhandling forhandlng forhandling
notice noticeThe Itlr noticmThe handling handlng about abut four regiments rgiments on quick quicknotice quck quckItlr quicknoticm
The opinion U now expressed expresl at the War WarDepartment WarDPamcnt WarDpartmcnt
Department DPamcnt that tht It will wi be b better bttr to use usecommercial U uietommercil
commercial commerca Reamers Iwler for the tending Imlng of a aunall amn1 amal
mal transports trau mn1 expedition npdlton than t to t rely rly upon the army armytransports ay aytrau armytran9porth
pr
prIILATICI EILPATRICK IILATICI HELD UELI FIERI FIERIIn nEREIn REREIn
In case cae of Immediate imediat trouble which whichmight whichnitght Wch WchmlRht
might require rquir the Instant Imlat despatch dpath of oftroops ofros ofroops
troops ros the Kllpatrick Rpatrk now In i New York Yorkundergoing YorkUnerao Yorkndergothg
undergoing Unerao repair rpa may ml1 ma bo b used U This ThistttWjJW T ThiswU4e
tttWjJW vute to have hvu 1iaveai1ed ailed far fe Ce ° Mnnlla
Deo 1 but her Railing saiing was Wi postponed unt untDeo untii untiiDeo
Deo Do 15 and it was learned Iare today that thi thihas this thisha thishas
has ha now been changed chanpld to Dec Dc 20 so as t thavo 10 10haye tohave
have tho vessel WfI at hand In case CI of need needTho Od OdThe npdThe
The news of the landing lading of Cojpmbla Cojpmblatroops Cprihiantroops
Colblan Colblantroops
troops at the mouth of tho Atrato Atrto camo t ttho to tothe tothe
the State Department from W V W Hussei HusseiUnited Husll RussollUnited
United Unitd States Charg d Affaires AtalNs at Caracas CaracmVenezuela Caracal Caracasenezueia
Venezuela From other official source sourcethe IOU sourcesthe rr
the Government Goverment heard hear that GOOO 50 Colom Colomblan Colomuln Colombian
blan uln troops were wor on their thelrwnyto way to the thf Isthmus Isthmusbut IBthmul Isthmusbut
but for some lome reason rClon the authorities authorltls her herdoubt heredoubt
doubt this thl Information InformationOEN Informaton InformatonGEN
OEN GEN REYES DIDNT DDNT EXPECT THIS MOVE MOVEDr MOVEDr IOV
Dr Herran lermn the Colombian Col blan Charg dAf dAffalres dMfairs dAffakes
fakes fairs said sle I today tooay that If I any Colombian Colombiatroops Colombiantroop Colombiantroops
troops troop had started strd for the Isthmus 1thmu th thmovement the themovement themovement
movement was Wi In direct dirct opposition oPPollton to th thefforts tim thoetorts timefforts
efforts etorts of Gen Reyes RC ReyestbeColoinbian the Colombian Special SjiecinPlenipotentiary Rpf SpecialPIenipotnt1ary cal calPleniptntary
Plenipotentiary Pleniptntary accredited acerdled to the Unitei UniteiStates lnlld lnlldStatel tnitedbtates
States Statel and himself It I was Wa Plated tattd that tlmslnco thatalnc thatsince
since alnc coming to Washington Gen ln Reye Reyehad leH leHha iteycshaLl
had ha relinquished rlnquhed temporarily tNnporarly t4 ° his Ils office ofeo a aCommanderlnChief nl as asCornniantlerthCliief
CommanderlnChief CommandertChief of the Colomblai ColomblaiArmy CoomblunArmy ColombiatiArmy
Army Rear Admiral Admlrl Coghlan reccnll reccnllsent rrnty rrntyfnt recently recentlysent
sent fnt to tho Navy Department Dpartment artateinenthat artateinen n aMateinentthat Ratlnt Ratlntthat
that Gen Iteyes had told him nt Colon that thahe thathe thathe
he had ha instructed intructd his soldiers soldlPr to suspenc suspencnny suspend suspendany usJnd usJndany
any hostilities IUtIUe against agal t the Isthmus unt untfurther unti until untilfurther
further orders onrs from him and this Plate Platement statenwnt tateOln
ment Oln Gen Reyes Rye admits admit Is true trueNo tril triteNo
No N negotiations neotatons with wih this Government Governmenihavo Ooernmenthave Governmenthave
have been begun by Gen Reyes Roy hut hi hiexpects he heexptA heexpects
expects exptA to have an Interview with wih Secre Secretary Secrotory crE
tory tar Hay ly before the end of the week Wlk Since Sincfhis Sinceh Sincehis
his h presentation prentaton to President Prsident Roosevelt RooseveltGen Roseel RooseveltGon
Gen Reyes Rye has realized reallfd that any at atompt atompton attempt attempton tempi tempion
on the part prt of Colombia Colombia to regain raln the Isth Isthmus Ilth Ilthmus Isthmiss
mus with Ith the consent cn ent of the United Unle State Statewill StltM StltMwi Stateswill
will wi ho hopeless hopeit The 1le President frankly frankljtold trnkly trnklytold
told him so and also that theCannl tho Cnal treaty treatjmade tNat tNatmodo treatymade
made with wih the Republic Rplblc of Panama would woulcstand wouldItand wouldstand
stand Itand no matter mntEr what terms were offered offeredby oter offeredby
by Colombia ColombiaPANAMA Clombia ColombiaPA4AJA
PANAMA MINISTER DOESNT DRUEVR IT ITMr ITMr ivMr
Mr BunauVarilla DunauYarln the tle Minister of Pana Panama Panam Panama ¬
ma m laughed at the reports rprts that Colombian Colombiartroops Colombiantrop Colombiantroops
troops trop would attempt attelpt to march to the theIsthmus theIsthmus theIsthmus
Isthmus overland overlandStanleys overlandRtanloys overlandStnnleys
Stanleys darkest Africa Atrca was asnothlnf asnothlnfcompared as nnthln nnthlncompar nothing nothingcompared
compared compar to what troops would have to tccontend tocontend tocontend
contend with in marching mrhing from Colombia Colombiato
to the Isthmus I thml said sid the Minister lntr Tho Thecountry Thocountry Thocountry
country is practically prctcll Impenetrable Imponotrble Bj Bjgreat Dygrt Bygreat
great grt exertions exertots a pathway pthwny might be cleared clearedto
to permit prt them to advance n 1 mile mie a flTwo day dayTwo da dafwo
Two hundred hundre and fifty fty miles mls in 250 25 days daysThe daysTlo claysThe
The Tlo network of the jungle Is BO thick that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they could cOlld not go faster Besides nlrf theIndian the thoIndin timIndian
Indian Indin tribes trlbf of tho country clntr through which whichthese whl whichthese h htheeetroops
these theeetroops troops would wOlld have havoto to pass pRS would have haveto haveto haveto
to be contended cntended with They Tley hnve never neverbeen nevlr nevlrben neverbeen
been ben conquered cnquerfd They have maintained maintainedtheir mnlntalnedtheir maintainedtheir
their Independence Indtpendence against Wlnst Spain and nndColombia andColombia andColombia
Colombia They Toy arc 1m as free tre today as a they theywere theyer theywere
were er before the coming of Christopher ChristopherColumbus ChrlFtopherClumbus ChristopherColumbus
Columbus ColumbusTO Clumbus ClumbusTO
TO STOP LAROR non EXTORT ETJTI ETJTITrlt EXTOIZTIOTest I O OTe
Te Test t Case Cur In Court COlrt to Prevent Foremen ForemenFrom ForemenFrom orfmrn orfmrnFrom
From Taking Taklnr TakIn Money Iont for GMng Gh Inl Jobs JobsBOSTON 1011Bo5TO oh ohBosTo
BOSTON Dec Do 0 9The Trio International Interntonal Iron IronMoulders IronMoud IronMoulders
Moulders Moud r Union has begun begln action to put puta
a stop stp to the system of extortion fxtorton which it itla itIs itis
Is assorted aarte is practised pnctlsod mctlsed by foremen of offoundries otfoundr offoundries
foundries foundr a all al over the t he country countr of making makingIgnorant mlkln mlklnIgnornt makingIgrorant
Ignorant Ignornt men pay py forlhplr positions pOltoM It ItIs I Itisaiso
Isal isaiso Is also assorted arte that the te foremen formen not satis satisfied satisfled ti ¬
fled fe with wth receiving riving money for giving Rivng a aman aman
man a place pIn demand dOld further payments payent from fromemployees fromempl fromemployees
employees empl yo who wish wih more profitable proltable piece piecework plecowork piecework ¬
work workThe work1le workThe The 1le first frt move In the campaign Is I the thefiling theflnp thefiling
filing flnp of a bill bi In equity in the United Pnled States StatesCircuit Statls StatlsCircut StatesCircuit
Circuit Circut Court here hor and It will wi be n test testcase tet tetCB testcase
CB case In the bill bl the union proceeds proceds against againstthe aglinst aglinstthe againstthe
the foundry foundr of the General Electric EIPtric Company Companynt Compny Compnyat
at Lynn Lyn Tho Tll nine man whose Wh08 names namesappear namesappr namesappear
appear as a instigators IMUgator of the bill bi are Russians Russiansnnd RUlansand Russiansand
appr
and members membr of tho union Inlon They assert assertthat IArt IArtthat assertthat
that that when they tho sought lught employment employent at the thofoundry thl thlfoundry thefoundry
foundry they learned lerned that It was Wa secretly secretlybut 8ecrly 8ecrlybut secretlybut
but generally goneraly understood undertoo that those thoR who whogot whogot whogot
got work must pay to Foremen Mattson Mattsonnnd Mattsonand latRn latRnand
and Gill G money to be b favored favord with wih selection selectionfrom selectionfrom i ifrm
from frm among the numerous numerou applicants applicantsThe Ipplcant
The Te orators ortr assort Dert that three Lynn Lyn men menacted menacte menacted
acted acte as gobetweens gobtwon in tho transactions transactionsand trnntloM trnntloMand
and that as I soon Bon aa I they paid cortai crtal n nmoney itmoney
money which was wa passed over to t Mattson Mattsonand Matton Mattonand Mattsonanti
and GUI GU they tey got employment omployont They also alsoassert als alsoassert
assert Mlrt that there Is a depression in iron ironfoundry Ironfoundr Ironfoundry
foundry foundr work and they fear tor that in case casethey cas castey casethey
they tey are ar laid off ar Mattson Mattn and Gill Gi will willoblige wil wiloblge willoblIge
oblge oblige them to pay more mor money mony for ru ruornploymont r remployent reomploymont
ornploymont Thoy ask that the defend defendants defondant defendants ¬
employent Toy tat
ant ants bo b restrained from frm continuing cntnuing the thepractice thepraotc thepractice
praotc praotcSUnUAnNE practicesUfl1MtIXE practice practiceSURMARIXE
SURMARIXE SUnUAnNE WIXS JlIS AGAIN AOAIXThe AOAI AGAINThe
The Te Shark Shak Ilnni by b t Fort Adams In the Day DayTime Ia IaTme IayTime
Time Undetected UndetectedNEWPORT UndetectrdNBWPORT UndetectedNEWPORT
Tme
NEWPORT R I Dec 9 9Tler 9Them There was a8 an aninteresting anttertng aninteresting
interesting ttertng test tlt with wih the submarine torpedo torpedoboat torro torrobat torpedoboat
boat bat Shark this afternoon aferoon In the outer outerharbor outrharbor outerharbor
harbor Tho Tle Shark is attached atached to the thetorpedo thetorpdo thetorpedo
torpdo torpedo station lt aton and since tho departure departureof
of the tle Adder and Moccasin Mocca ln she has ha been beonused ben benUe beenused
used for experiments The submarines submarineshave slbmriel slbmriellune submarineshave
Ue
have found foud no difficulty dlfely In passing pllng objects objectsat objptsat
at night unobserved uobsfved and today it itdecided was wasdecided wal
deide decided to make mke a trial to see If I the boat boatcould bat batcould boatcould
could pass pas a given Iven point in tho day tme tmewithout tmelhout time timewithout
without lhout being detected detectedSeveral d detocteciSeveral teted tetedSverl
Several Sverl officers ofcer were or stationed Itatoned nt Fort FortAdams FortAdms FortAdams
Adms Adams and so B that tho boat bOlt might havo havono haveno havono
no advantage advanta e Gunner Hepburn Hepbur and n crew crewfrom crewfror crewfrom
fror from one of the other submarines submlrlne were weresent weresent weresent
sent to the fort to assist assit In picking her up upThe 1 impThe
The Shark under unce tho command commnd of Lieut LieutC
C P Nelson Nollon warf war then sent ent out from tho thostation thostalon thustation
stalon station There was a but little lte motion moton on tho thosurface tho8urtac thusurface
8urtac surface of the water a condition conditon favorable favorablefor ravorble ravorblefor
for picking hor up but in spite of this tho thoboat th thboat I Iboat
boat was sucessful sucltulln in in passing pl ln tho fort tor unob unobserved unousened unobserved ¬
served senedAfer servedAfter servedAfter
After Afer getting gettng out in the outer harbor l1rbor the thoShark theShark theShark
Shark was submerged submerge and for an hour she sheras sheWi shewas
Wi was ras manceuvored man uvored under water Then she sheame shecame ho hocame
came to the surface surfao for an observation observationhrough ohsnalon ohsnalonthru observationthrough
through thru h the conning cnnIng tower Then again againliving againdiving againdiving
diving she passed pald the given iven point pint without withoutjeing withoutbing withoutbeing
being bing seen sn Coming Com In to tho surface surfac between betweenFort bet betweenFort wen wenFor
For Fort Adams Adam and Ind the Jamestown shore out outf outof outof
of > f the reach rach of fire fr from tho machine guns gunsiho In Inshe gunsshe
she again dived dhe and next came cmo to the surface surfaceicar surfacenear urtener
near ner aWln Roes H0 Island and having hving complied compled with withhe wUhthe withthe
the he requirements rquirements of the test proceeded proceedediwafih pro proceededawash ree
awash awah to her slip slp slipat at the torpedo station stationFERRY staton statonS
S I FERRY FERRIPLtX PLAX PlutI GOES OVER OVERcontroller OER OERCCptroltr OIERCcipIroIler
controller CCptroltr Not Ready ntae to neport fleportMsor fleportMsorAnxious Mayor MayorAnxious Iaor Iaornloul
Anxious for Progress ProgressComptroller Posre PosreComptroler Proiresscomptroller
Comptroller Comptroler Grout was wa not ready yestcr yestcray yesterd yestorday
day ay to report rrt upon the theJn plans suggested suggestedy
d by y Dock Commissioner CommlFsloner upn Ilawkes for the thourchasa thepurchaso timpurchase
purchase urchasa of tho Staten Island ferry terr and andhe andthe mdthe
the purchaso he Sinking Fund Commission put the theittttor themator thematter
ittttor over for u week eek Mayor Low Lw hns hnsExn hnsbn hasbeen
mator been Exn particularly parloulrly anxious anxiou to get the proj projrt projort prodect
ort bn rt started stared as a one one of the acts of of ofbls his ad adilnistration adminstrion ocxministration
ministration minstrion minstrionDutrr ministrationHolier ilnistrationDuller
Duller Dutrr Pa Asks Instant Alii AliiPHILADELPHIA Aie AiePILDRLPIU tldPUILADRLPHIA
PHILADELPHIA PILDRLPIU Dec De o 9The Tho Mayor of ofutler ofButler ofButler
Butler utler Pa has hl issued IIIINI nn appeal appal for In Innnt Insant instant
sant stant nnt aid The Tle typhoid there th re is 1f on the In Inease i Increaa
CI creaa ease and II the tlo condition cOldLl1 are IU critical or cl
I JUSTICE JUSTIE MAYER TO RESIGN RESIGNAMI
AMI ItElORT Illl SAYS St 41S 1 MAI 111 IIKCOME IIKCOMECOlXTY 1 I3IOIOUX71 Olf
COlXTY n 7 CIIAI 1 III 111 I UMAX UMAXThat lMitNflint II III IIfhat
I
That Will WIIeue Leave a String Strln of Promotion Irolotluls to lolie toIl toIt
lie Il It Mode Iaee by I Major Iaor Low Io to Whom hom the theGovernor thoCOrner ho hooernor
Governor oernor Is I Now Reported nellortle to Iook Looka u ua asa
a Uuhvark lulwark Against StI8t Frank lllack lllackJulius mackJulls HackJulius
Julius Julls M Mayer Justice of the Court Courtof Cout Coutof
of S Hpcial Special > ecial Sessions sslons visited vllled Albany the theother theother theother
other day with wih other Republicans Hepubleans and andhad ald aldhad amidhad
had a long talk with wih Gov Odell el When WhenJudge WhenJldgo WimetiJudge
Judge Jldgo Mayer returned returld to New York ho hohad hoI hohad
I had another unolhlr long lon talk this thll tlii time with wih Mayor MayorIjw MayorLow
Low 1 who In July lust falt reappolnted reappInted him himfor him himfor
I for n I term of ten years Out of these Ihes two twotalks twoI twotalks
talks one with wih Got Go Odell Odlllnd and tho ho other otherwith otherI otherwith
I
with wih Mayor Low IIW camo a I report ropr last night nightI II imightthat ht htthat
I I that Justice JI lko Mayer is lo resign reslpn his place placeon
on tho bench and that Clov Cov los Odell Oel dell desires desiresto delrlf
to hnve him 11m succeed lcf1 M Linn Bruce an anpresident ni niIlrfsldpnt asPrOsklent
president of tho New 1111 York county cunl com commltteo commlteo cornmittee
mltteo mltteoJudge mlteo mlteoJud mitteeJudge
Judge Jud o Mayer Iapr would neither lelher deny nor noraffirm norafrm nornifirni
affirm afrm that ho is II to resign his place on the thebench thebonch thebench
bench and us nl for the report that ho Is II to tosucceed tntucClld tosucctei
succeed tucClld Mr Ir Bruce Irce ns a president prehlnt of th thcounty tla tlacunt this thiscounty
county cunt committee tlmitel he would have not notone notone notone
one word wor to say sayH lay layI sayIt
H I Is true Kild Ild Judge Mayer that I Ihave Ihlvo Ihitive
have hlvo talked tnlir with Ith Jov 01 Odell Odel and Mayor MayorLow MaorLow MayorLoss
Low and the Mayor should know nil al that thatIs Ihat thatis
Is I necessary ncflry to print at this time timeMayor timenyor timeMayor
Mayor nyor Low said Yes I have talked talkedwith talkedwith
with wih Judge Jurge Mayer May Iaer or but I have nothing nothingwhatever nothingwhatever
whatever who ter to say sayJudge s sayJudge I
Judge Mayers Ilnerl friends said very posi positively pORIlvel posilively ¬
lively lvel that ho is to resign rlsljn his place plac on the thebench the11nch thebench
11nch bench but that nothing definite delnlt can cn tie tiesaid beMid lesaid
said at the moment as to his bl succeeding succeedingMr uclng uclngIr
Mr Ir Bruce Gov Odell Odel is expected expecte In New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city ciy on Friday FridayIncidentally FrldnyIncl FridayIncidentally
Incidentally Incl entnl growing growlnp out Olt of the recent recentsituation refnt refntsitunton recentsituation
situation situnton In tho Republican Jepublon party part below belownnd Lflow Lflownnd belowand
nnd above the tl New York city cty line In there therenro theroalo thereno
nro alo ninny reports reporti ns U to the political poltcl future futureof
of Mayor Low 1ow The Mayor is to leave for forEurope fo forEurope
Europe in il January Jallar for a rest and ali his friends friendssaid frl ls lsIale
said Iale last night that he is II to return retlrn a 1 very verymuch verynuich r rmich
much mich better betr bet tsr organization or orgnni7Att anI71tlon ion Republican leluhlmn than thanho tlll titanlie
ho has been uEn for many man years yearsThen yearsThen oJrs oJrsThen
Then up lp sprang prng tho old ole stories 8torlf of the thoRoosoveltOdellIx theRosoeltOdel1o lieTtooseveitOdellLow
RoosoveltOdellIx RosoeltOdel1o > w combine cmhlno and ane that thatOov thatGnv thatov
Oov ov Odell Od111 is greatly raty Interested InteNtNJ in advanc advancing ndvancIn advancing ¬
ing In the lie political pollcl fortunes tortuDe of Mayor Ixiw Ixiwknowing Jwknowing 1Mwknowing
knowing that when the time tme comes cmp even eventho eontho eventIm
tho Republican Heplhlcan who surround urrolnd him him in inAlbany InAlban inAlbany
Albany Alban will wi push plh exGov Frank Fn1k S Black Blackto
to tho front not only onl for United tnlNI States StatesSenator Htate StatesSenator
Senator Hfnalo to suece Fucef1 siiecezl Chnunrey Chnlncy M Popew Popewbut PApewIllt Depewhut
but Illt nl aIM o ns RI Republican Repub1ral lender Irlder of the State StateMr 81atelr StateMr
Mr lr Black Rack in public publo speeches S has very veryseverely veryseverely rr rrelerel
severely elerel criticized crllc7NI Mayor Low Lw antI his hisadministration hiMOlnlnlqtrtlon hisamtmintstration
administration Olnlnlqtrtlon Gov Oo Odell OdI tho stories storiesRO storiesgo toriII
RO o U I to conjure cnjuro with wih Mayor Low to o retain retaincontrol rltaln rltalncntrol retaincontrol
control cntrol of the lie Republican leplhlean party part of tho thoState thoSia theState
State Sia te ncnlnst a alnt exGov o GO Block BlockTho BlackTime
acc accThl
Time Thl resignation rm IRrHtlon of Justice Jutco Mayer MaEr has not notbeen notIH notbeen
been IH n entirely 1llely unlocked unloollN for by certain < rtiu of his hisfriends hil hisfriends
friends frend In fact those thO who were acquainted acquaintedwith ncqualntdI
I with wih tho extent of his privnto practice prctcp won wondered wonI wondered ¬
I dered dorPI that ho accepted accop an appointment appointmentwhich appolntmrntwhich appointmentwhIch
which prevented him from practising pract1ing his hisprofession hil hisjiroftsion
profession prft8slon and many of them have pre predicted precicte proclictod ¬
dicted cicte that he would wOlld not serve tho term trl for forwhich torwhich forwhich
which ho was WI appointed appolnr1 Some of his h1lnt intl intlmatos intlmates
mates matO go so 8 far as a to assert lert that he accepted acceptedhl aopt
hl hil his original appointment to t succeed Rucee Judge JudgeJerome Jldge JudgeJerome
Jerome Jlrome only ony because baus of a political plticl exigency exigencywhich exigencywhich exigenc exigencwhich
which existed uiste nt the tl time tme through thruRh the promi prominence promlnfnc prom promnence ¬
nence nfnc of the candidacy of other otll whose wh e ap appointment oppoimitment ¬
pointment It was WI doerned dfIf1 would be inimical inimicalto Inimicaltl
to tl to the interest lutrlt of the Republican l < publcal organiza organization organl7a organl7atlon organlzation ¬
Jul J devotion to the theor
tion Judge udgi l Mayers dooton organ organization an ¬
ization l7atlon these thp o friends frends assert aort led him him to ac accept aci ¬
i i cept CCpt tho original appointment appointmentTho alplntmeut
Tho 110 resignation rr lnatlou of Justice JUAtl Mayer would wouldcreate woule wouldcreate
create n I vacancy amnc for Mayor Low to fill fillttliu fl filland
ttliu and oford afford < tuui inu tle tue Mayor iiiiviji nit an willful opporlnly opportunity I Ulllk J 10 10Ehow toshow I Ishow
show whero his political polticl affiliations afUatons really reallynrt 1al
art > It I is t suggested sUI etcd Hint that ho may promote promotesome promoleRomo promotesome
some City I ity Mngistrnto nglftrte to the 11 vacancy vncnncvprobably aenc
probably proballr Judge Judr Deuel author of the Chil Childrens chi Childrens ¬
i drens drels Court Cour law since Ince the Ile Childrens ChildrensCourt ChldrI
Court is II a I part of tho 11 Special Spcial Sessions SessionsJudgn seAlonR SessionsJullgn
Judgn JUd A Deuel 1111 pr U It an ni organization or organizat anit Ion Republi Republican Republ ¬
can and last y par > nr was appointed appointe for a ten tonvenrs tenyears
years term Should Jutiee Duel eucce succeed l I
Justice Mayer there many eager eagercandidates r eagercandidates er ercandldateM
candidates candldateM for tho vacant Magistracy Mu gilt rcy
The most mot likely lke I to get et this place should shouldit
it 10 vacated arted however will wi bo one of tho thotwo thetwo
two Republican Hepublcan City Magistrates Magit rates Seward SewardBaker Swar SewardBaker
Baker and Alfred E Otmneti Ommll who wore worennpolnted WAr wereappointed
appointed on July 1 lost IB t to two year ear terms termsThe termsTime
The 10 appointment of either of these thes two twowould twowould twowould
would cronte Iate another vacancy vaclnc and Ind give giveMayor glAIayor giveMayor
Mayor Low 1 tho thl appointment of another anothergood anothergood anothergood
good place plac at 10000 160 a year ear If for only onl n nHhort nhor ashort
short hor term The hf names of candidates for fortho forthe fortho
tho short Rhor term would 1 he legion and many manywore lany lanywor manywere
wore wor suggested BuggeftNllat last night including Judges JudgesW JUdgtHW
W S Itannet and ald Julius Ju nlflt 18 Reenters Krmer both of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Municipal Court Cour nnd both bth defeated Re Republican Republcan Republican ¬
publican publcan candidates cndidates in the last lt election electionSEATOR elecIon elecIonSEtOR electionSI4TOR
SEATOR SEtOR CLARK L4R OPE OPERtTED RAT En OV OVSuffering O Oflltrlnr ONSuitTerIng
Suffering flltrlnr From rom an Abscess 1 of the thl Ito Fir FirItrported Fu FuRrportfd EarReported
Reported Rrportfd lo Uo n Doing OollS floIui Well WellSenator 111 111Snntor teIiSenator
Senator Snntor William Wiiam A Clark of Montana Montanawns fontnnaoperated
was operated on 01 yesterday afternoon afernoon for foran foran foran
an abscess nhlC In his hil left Ilt car The Tn operation operationwas oprton i iwas
was performed In Senator Snator Clarks apart apartments nprt nprtments apartinents ¬
ments In the Lisbon UIhon at 175 West Fifty Fiftyeighth Fiy Fiyeighth Fiftyeighth
eighth street streetSenntor strt strtScnator streetSenator
Senator Clark Clrk came to this city ciy from fromWashington tromWashingon fromWashington
Washington Washingon five 10 days ago n o and imrnedi imrnedintely Immldi Immldiately iminediatehy
ntely summoned his hi physician phyelcln Dr Curtis CurtisHe Curtt CurtisHowas
underobservationnnd under and Tues Tuesday Timesclay
He Hoas was put ouseratnn on TuC ¬
day night Dr Curtis CurtI called raied In for consul consultation conRultalon consultation ¬
tation talon Dr James Jlmt F McKcrnon MeKeron of 62 West WestFiftysecond WestIttycond WestFiftysecond
Fiftysecond Ittycond street trot and Dr Lewis Lwis Ruther Ruthorfurd Ruthertlrd Rutherford
ford tlrd Morris Iorrl of 155 West Wet Fiftyeighth FIelhth street streetThothreo streetThe trl
Thothreo The thre three physicians physlcanK made an examination examinationand Cxamlnaton Cxamlnatonand
and found tould that the I he abscess ables was as affecting affectingtho arctlg arctlgtho
tho Inner bones of the ear earIt far farI earIt
It I was wal decided decded that an operation opMaton should shouldbo l shouldbe lUhl lUhlb
bo b I jerformed > erformed ns ni soon ROOI ns possible anti ald at
3 oclock dol < yesterday afternoon nrornoon Senator SenatorClark Snator SnatorClark SenatorClark
Clark was put on tho operating oporatng table With Withhim Wih Wihhim Withliini
him at tho time tme were his Ih son MOi diaries and andhis ondhl amtdhis
his hl private prvate secretary fcrtar secretaryOtto creturyOne
One aie of tho physicians who performed performedthe
the operation opraton paid last night that the theoperation theoprallon timeoperation
operation oprallon was quite Biicccwjful luccerul but hit that thatthe thatthe thattime
the Senator would bo b confined confned to his apart apartments apartments apartnicole ¬
ments for at least three thre weeks weeksWAT weekf weekfJAT weeksIIANT
WAT JAT A t EAST BM 7 SlItK slm SII TlEL TlELNineteen TcnIXlnftrrn TrviiNineteen
Nineteen Xlnftrrn Kant Mile 1111 Corporal orporltfns orporationa Inns Minn HI n a aPetition attIOI aPetitlomi
Petition PetitionAt ttIOI ttIOIAt
At a meeting meetln in the Savoy Snoy last lat night a nnumber anumber anumber
number of merchants hereafter herltor to be beknown bekimown
known klown as the East Est Sido Rapid Transit TransitAssociation Trnsit TrnsitAcatlol TransitAssociation
Association Acatlol of Manhattan and The Bronx Bronxdiscussed Dronxdlecu80 Bronxdiscussed
discussed dlecu80 ways and means menns of obtaining obtainingEast obt obtainingEast alnlng alnlngEt
East Et Side underground undcrlround rapid transit trnit from fromThe fromThe
The Bronx as 1 far down Manhattan Manhattanas Mahttan Mahttana I
as a possible A petition ptiion signed by b nineteen nineteenEast nineteenEt nineteenEast
East Et Side Sidocorporatlons corporations corortons was Wi read rd It I runs runsThe rns rnsThl runsTime
The slBners of thin letter I tlr are deeply In Interested Intfreetld Interested ¬
dlpl
terested tfreetld lluers In tho development 1llolllut of the East EastSide EMide EastSide
Side ide The inutnlliitlon In talat1 of electric lleetrlo locomo locomotion locomotlol loconmo110mm ¬
tion on the elevated flelIld raIlroads ralrOde packs Plekl tho tholarger thoIlrlH thelarger
tlol larger cars moro denoely dln el than Hiin the smaller omnllerones nlnlfr smallerones I i
IlrlH ones formerly Them her Is II no 10 chinco chncf for re relief reler relief ¬
0111 lief except throtich the action acton of the Rapid RapidTransit RapidrmtRlt RaplcjTransit i
Transit ler rmtRlt Commission hy h th thl the construction con truction of ofa otR ofa
a tunnel tunftl or tunnels to carry and and distribute distributeour
our enormous fnormon Kn Brot Fat t Hide Hldl larI population populationJoseph popnlaton popnlatonJoph populatIonJO501hl i
Joseph B Bloomlngdaln was chosen chosenpermanent chosenprmanent chosenpermanent
permanent chairman chalrmal J J L I Wells WelR vice vicepresident vicepresitient Ir
prmanent
president George Gor e Shafer treasurer trlJfurer and nndDnvld ane andIavid
Dnvld Stockier secretary Icretarr These Tles togetherwith together togetherivitit
wih with cloven other olr members incV ding dingFrwlorick cing cingjnleriek dingFrederick I
Frederick jnleriek Dhlmann Dhlmnn form fon a committee committeeDial committeeI committeethat
Dial I will wi present prInt tha ho petition pttion to the Ile Rapid Bpl RapidTransit J i iTransit
Transit Commission Comgn n 11 ne it Thursday Wla j
THREW TIllJ JEWELS IBLS J IX THE 11 STREET STREETFleeing STIlmTFlrtlnl STItIETFieelnK
Fleeing Thief Tief Drops Droll a Tray TrsAlI All Recovered Recoveredlint Ittonrel
lint One Ring RingA Rili RIii RIiiA
A voung man went ent Into Henry Helry Nocklns NocklnsJewelry XocklnsJewetry Nockinsjewetry
Jewetry store sore at 407 07 Columbus olum ui avenue nClue yes yesterday yestcrday e8 e8terday ¬
terday afternoon aferoon and asked to see some somediamond somedimond somediamomid
diamond dimond jewelry He said id that ho was Ibo Iboprivate thoprllto ito itopritate
private prllto secretary Scretary of a bank president reRldent who wholived wholived ho hole
lived le In Central Centrl Park West and had been beenBent htel hecimsent
Bent fent around to price prlr some jewelry jewelryNockin jewelryNocla jewelryNoeltin
Nockin Nocla nliowed Ihowed him about everything oerythlnl l lhad 1 Ihad 1
had and ald the stranger strngtr nald Hil ho would ould con consult conult constilt ¬
stilt ult with wih his boss bo nnd all return retlrn later He Hecame Helume liecome
came back at 8 last night and In the absence absenceof
of the proprietor propret or Harry Ua rry Aders Adlrl the t ha book bookkeeper bookIlceper bookkeeper ¬
keeper Called yalte on him himAdorn himAderi him himAcicrs
Adorn Aderi spread many trays trS of jewelry on onthe onthe ontIme
the counter and ald was putting puting out more when whentho whel whmeittime
tho young oulg man grabbed grahhl one In which were Ne Neto
1400 to worth worh of diamond jowelrynnd jewelry and ran out outtho outtho outtime
tho front frnt door doorHo doorHe doorlie
Ho stopped stoppe long enough enol h to shove Ihoo a piece pieceof
of wood ood between Iltwlu the double doors to pro provent preInt proeiit
vent Int eiit the bookkeeper boolikeJr from getting geting out outAders outAdfJf outAdets
Aders AdfJf however yanked ankll the Ito door open and andchatted andchall andclmnoed
chatted chall the thief to Ninetythird street yell yelling yel yelllag ¬
lag In at tho top of bis hil volcfe volcfeA vol volA voicA
A crowd croe joined Joine In the chase among whom whomwas whomwas whomwas
was Policeman Polelman James Koran 10rn of the West West100th WeRt10th est esttooth
tooth 10th street stret station Btlton Hornn 10rn was Wa a crack crncksprinter cmokfprlnter cracksprinter
sprinter fprlnter before ho Joined the force and ho hoeasily heealy lieeasily
easily ealy overtook olerook tho crook at Ninetyfourth Ninetyfourthstreet Nlnetfourthstnt
street streetMeanwhile stntIcnwhle streetMeanwhile
Meanwhile Icnwhle the ito young man had thrown throwntho throwntho thrownthe
tho tray lry of jewelry Into tho street stret The Thecrowd Thocrowd Timecrowd
crowd searched 6nrched for diamonds and turned turnedtheir turnedtheir turnedtheir
their findings fndlns over to Aders After ACor the thesearch thoRorch timesearch
search Rorch had been completed completN all al the jnwelry jnwelryhad jmmlryhad juweiryhad
had been len recovered rpovero with Ill the exception of ofone orono ofone
one ring rln valued alue at at 00 00Policeman 60Policeman
Policeman Polceman Horan Horn took his hll prisoner to the theWest thoWe8t theost
West ost 100th loh street Itrot station where wllre the tle young youngman YOIIj yommimgman
man wild fdd he was wal Walter Waler Jones 23 years Ylas old oldof oldor olciof
of 26 Montgomery street Jersey City Clt Ho Hohad 10 10lld lieimad
had this
lld coupet coupetNor
Nor l I Is the IiI Keeper Krrpe Ket ° pcrofjudmment of Judgment Jud menl always ehT true trueThe trueThe trueTtmc
The mot ml1 m may y rrr rr in erI froMly IM a the IiI few fewThe IrwThe fewThe
The prisoner wore unusually unulualy goodclothes goodclothesHe good oa cotheM cotheMHe clothes clothesHe
He had a heavy hOvy while whie waistcoat wal6tcot and nld a long longNewmnrlfet longNewmr longNewmnrket
Newmnrlfet Newmr t overcoat oercot of good material
IIOIMV tOI SMVGtiLEIt 1fJ1ED CIIIAME CIIIAMEThe CIIA1EV CIIA1EVThr ciivtuvThe
The Thr Mastery 1Rtt Surrounding Slrrolmlnl the Drowning Orowlins or ofFour orIolr orFour
Iolr Four Celestials fII tlls In Iluiralo nlffalo Cleared Irrtd Lp LpOIKAN lII lIIOI UpOfieAN
OIKAN OI AN N NY Y Dec 9 9The The mystery mysterywhich mYltprywhich mysterywhich
which surrounded lrrouneed the thl drowning dronln of the thofour thetour thefour
four smuggled Bmlfgld Chinamen Chilamn In a van which whichwent whichWfnt whichwent
went Wfnt over the canal ealal bank in Buffalo Dufalo on onFriday onFrday onFriday
Friday Frday linn been n cleared cear by the arrest arRt of ofMrs 01 ofMrs
Mrs lr William Wilam W May Simpson of BulTul BulTulon Bunulc Bunulcon <
information furnished d by b Pollen
on turbh Polc Captain CaptainTimothy Csptnil CaptainTimothy
Timothy Hnssett HaAtt of this city cty and Mrs MrsCnnnr MrsCanar IJ IJanar
Cnnnr anar Ureves nll 1 who lives 11 two miles ml east of ofthis orthil ofttmis
this thil city ciy on tho tim State street Itrt road The Thowoman Thewoman Thewoman
woman came camf hero hlrf and mad arrange arrangements nrrnle nrrnlelfntA arrangenents ¬
ments lfntA with wih Reeves to pull pul her htr wagon wa on load loadof loador loadof
of secreted crtfd Chinamen who she said 8aie wern werncoming werncomlnl wornrenting
coming comlnl from Canada a f few w nights nlpht8 later laterinto laterhi laterinto
into his hi big barn The TIm bargain barlaln was Wa mado madont mndoat imiadunt
nt his bedside bdElde on the night of Nov 22 nftcr nftcrhe af afttrlie r rhC
he hC retired retiredPrevious rtl retiredPrrutiotms
Previous Pm1lols to her visit Ilt to tho ha farm she shncalled shecalled hn hncaled
called caled on Capt Hassett HMstt and closed closd a deal dealas dealae dealas
as she lte supposed by which any word or from fromthe tramthe from fromtime
the United States officials ofcll by mall mal or tote telegraph tle tlegraph totegraph ¬
graph should Ihould be b put out of sight lfbt She Shetook Shetook Shetookthn
took tookthn tho officer otcr Into her confidence cnfdenc enough enoughto enouph enouphto
to let him know Ico that she was Wn going golnf to bring bringtho brg brgthe bringthe
the Chinamen here from Buffalo by
Chlnamln hf1 frm Bufalo wagon wagonnnd wagonnnd wagonarid
nnd then thln send Ind them UJm West on one of the theErio thoErin theErie
Erin Railroads Halros early morning moring trains trainsalleging tranR tranRallllnf trainsalleging
alleging conductors conductorsMrs allllnf conductorsMr conductorsMrs that she had fixed fxed the Pullman Pullmanconductors Plman Plmanconductors Pullmanconductors
Mrs Mr Simpson who ho is now a boarding boardinghouse honrdlnghouse hoardinghouse
house keeper r In Buffalo Dufalo resided Nlldrd here many manyyears mlY mlYyeai manyyears
years yeai and an Is i well wel known here She know knowReeves knowIICI knewBeeves
Reeves IICI well wel and Id a number numbr of years ars ngo ngoshe alo aloshe ngoohio
she worked for him Copt apt Has H lisssctt l > tt t put putthe Plt Plttho puttthe
the matter mater Into the hands of the Buffalo Buffaloofficials Dufalo Dufaloofcials Buffaloofficials
officials ofcials and ani whim whlo they wero watching watchingfor watchlnp
for tho van vnl the accident Ildent occurred occurredMOO occurrd occurredswo
MOO OR VOVR OUR LIFE
Capplello Capilielo Who Gave Ga Up SlOOO 810 to Extor Extortioners Fxto Fxtotonrr8 Exterloners ¬
I loners tonrr8 field Another Demand DemandNicola UrmandI IemandNicola
I Nicola SIc1a Cappiello Cappielo the dock builder buider of 107 107Second 107Scond 107Second
Second Scond place plac Brooklyn who has already alreadyhad Ilrnly alreadyhad i ihad
had one on experience eJperleno with wih blackmaIlers blnckmnllerstold blackmalel
told the Butler Dlter street tret pollco plc last night that thatho thathe thatho
ho had just ju t received recled this thil letter letterIf loter loterI
If I you 01 do not leave 150 sxoo 500 under ul < er your stoop stoopat
at 10 P i M Friday Frida your wife wlfl and daughter dauetiterwill daughterwm daughterwill
will be kidnapped kldnnppll and you Ou will be killed killedRemember killedRemember
Rnc wi k1ed k1edRemember
Remember we stand stald no trifling trifllncTHEHOCIFTVoprnn trl triflingItir nj
THEHOCIFTVoprnn jJF Itir HocnTY 01 or TiE ma 1ins 110 FEET FEETCnpiello FRIT FRITCapllln FEETapiello
Cnpiello Capllln says SaR that somebody m ld rang hl hldoorlx hi his hisdoorbell
doorbell doorlJ1 last evening ovenln and that he found foundthe foundtho foundthe
the letter leter on the stoop Ho thinks thln that the theman theman theman
man who left ler it was 8 a man in a long coat coatwho cat catwho coatwho
who had been hlen seen walking up and down downthe downthe clowntlte
the street just before the bell hpl rang rangAfter rnngAter rangAfter
After Ater notifying notryln the police plco Cnppiello Cnppiellobarricaded Capplplo CapplplobarrCacNI Cappiellobarricaded
barricaded barrCacNI his basement bafprNlt door coor leaving leavingn Ilalng Ilalngn
n small mal hole at a basement bafpment window When Whena
a reporter went wCnt to the house Capplello Capplellopoked Cnppllo Cnppllopoked applellopoked
poked a shotgun hot un through the te hole and andtalked andtalli andtalked
talked talli along the barrel barrel Ho refused refl8NI to todiscuss tod todiscuss
discuss d IlcU1 tho letter letterA leter leterI
A I few months ago Cappiello Cappielo received receiveda reoie
a number of letters loters demanding 10000 11000 110000blackmail 10000blackmail
blackmail blnckml Six weeks ago four men mpn wero weroconvicted werecnvicted weroconvicted
convicted cnvicted of receiving rflvlng 10 1000 which was waspaid waspaiL a apaid
paid out by men who said Rid that they were wereCappiellos weroCapplellos ere ereCpplos
Cappiellos Cpplos friends friendl The four wero wer sent sentto sentto ontto
to Sing Sing prison prisonADMIRAL prion prionIIDlIAI
ADMIRAL IIDlIAI 11 GHEItARIH OllWUlI MVfl 110 IIIVGVcIl MVflWell
Well 1 Known nown Retired lttrrd Naval avsi Officer Near NearDeath Nrarnlath NearIeatIi
Death nlath at Ills Is Home lome In Stratford StratfordliniDOKTORT StratfordHIDGFIORT StratfordIIUIDOEIonT
liniDOKTORT HIDGFIORT Conn Doc Dl > 8 DHear Rear Ad Admiral Admirl Admimi ¬
mimi mirl Bancroft Dncror Ohernrdl Oherrdl U S N retired retiredin
in 1 > near death deth at his hil home In Stratford Stratfordwhoro 8trUord 8trUordwhor Stratfordwhore
whore whor he hI has hai resided since slnc his retirement retirotnuntfrom rltlroront rltlrorontfrom retirementfrom
from the tle navy in ISM 181 His I critical criical condi condition con eortdition l ltlon ¬
tion is duo to an acute attack atalk of nephritis nephritisfollowing nophrltlstolowlng nophritisfollowing
following tolowlng a long lon Illness IntM from tror diahetaTho dlahoterhe diaheta liahote4Time
Time Admiral Idmlral wan wal taken ill on Monday Mondayand Mondayand Mondayanti
and his condition cndition is gradually gmdualy growing growingworse growingworse rowingwor
worse wor and Ind he io not noteJpcod expected to livothrough livothroughthe lve live thrugh thrughthe througlt througlttime
the night Several mverai physiciaas phlclan aro In at attendance attondanco ¬ I Itendanc
tendance tendanc in an effort tlfort to prolong his life lifeHis lfe lfeIls lifeills
His Ils non tn Lieut Leut Walter alter Gherardl UhPnl U S N Nwho Nwho Nvlmo
who Is stationed Itntloned at Washington is at his hisfathers hisfathers hisfathers
fathers bedside bedsideLOST bcdAldeLOST bedsideLOST
LOST flves RGf rv IV10TW IVIIOTIL HOTEL SHE W SAYS SAYSWoman orf orfWoman SAlSVonman
Woman Report That Four our of Them Worth WorthSHOO WorthIHo orth
SHOO IHo 500 Disappeared DisappearedA m5apPlarte m5apPlarteA
A woman who said sd she was Miss Mary May L LCock LCck LCock
Cock of 285 26 Central Park West drove drve to the thoTenderloin theTenderloin theTenderloin
Tenderloin station staton in a cab with two women womenand womenand womenand
and two men friends last lat night She said saidthat Rid Ridthat saIdthat
that she he had lost In lt in the Normandie Norrandle Ncirrnandieliotel Ncirrnandieliotelfour l0tel l0teltuur Hotel Hotelfour
four rings worth ROO ROOShe R R00She I
She had left them In the washroom she shesaid she8ald sitesaid
said and walked out without wihout them When Whenshe Whensite
she nilwed mL nnt > NI them and returned retured they were weregone weregone woregone
gone goneMiss
Miss lL s Cook is from frm the South Suth and is i stop stopping stopllnl stopPing ¬
ping llnl at the Central Park West Wet address add 1 with withFrank wih withFrank
Frank Frnk J Fnhey FnheyFierce FnheyFierce
I II
Fierce I r < Snowstorm fnoutorm Ip the thf State StateSARATOGA RtateSARATOGA StateSARATOOA
SARATOGA Doc De 0 9A A fierce ler snowstorm snowstormis Rnowfton nnowormis
is If raging in the lower Adirondack Adirndak region regiontonight r regiontonight lon lontonlRht
tonight Snow began bfan falling taing this t1 forenoon forenoonand foronoonad forenoonand
and ad the te storm ston still stl continues cntnuo A driving drivingnorth drhig drhignort drivingnorth
north nort wind ii 1 aiding Id Lh t Lbs disturbance dtublt
REASSURED BY Y WIRELESSKHOOXLAXtiS WIRELESS WIELESS WIELESSJIWOuIo WIRELESS5IiItOONld4X1S
JIWOuIo KHOOXLAXtiS IASSEXflEltS lASS PA OEI1 SET SETWORIt ST STr0W SLXTlJOItfl
WORIt r0W TO To FHIEXIM FIEWi FROM FIW1 SEA SEANo SKIXo SEIo
No o One On Worried orrtre urrtetl Over the Aieldrnt Alltnt to < o the theNleamerR thelleamtrs theenters
NleamerR lleamtrs enters Steering Itetrlnl Clear OrrCaptaln GearCaptaIn Captain Jot UotCrdrr liotOrders JotOrileni
Orders Crdrr by brrItHs bWlreiegs Wireless to Return to queens llueensI Ilurtnston
I ton own out ii anil 111 Reached Uralre Port 1011 Safely SafelySpecial Slrlt SlrltSprelal Safci SafciSpecial
Special Cable Iblt Despaltlt Vlalel lo rag Ul Sirs SirsQUEKNSTOWN SIN SINQUFRSSTOWI SCEQvEENsTow
QUEKNSTOWN QUFRSSTOWI Dec Dc BThe 911e steamship steamshipKroonland nleamhlpKroonL1nd steamshIpKroommland
Kroonland of the Red He Star Line from Ant Antwerp Antwerp Antwerp ¬
werp Dec De 8 for New York YOrl which sent snt a awireless awlrale awireless
wireless wlrale telegraph message meRge last lalt night say sayIne R sayIng
Ine fnl that tlt her steam Kt11 tiller tier was brokenand brokenandthat broken Ind and andI
that I iiiI nlio mmo he was returning rturing to I 0 Jtieonslown Quenslown Qtmeenatownsteering Jtieonslownsteering
steering steerl with her engines nglne arrived urrI hero nt
830 83 oclock oclok this morning moring She Sh was at attended ottenlf attenied ¬
tended tenlf by a tug hIl which had been heCn sent from fromhero fronthere
here In response reponf to her hCr wireless wllleH mtjs 1fp 1fpThe message messageTime nfe nfeTho
The saloon posxengorH p On CI landed this tliR even evening evenIng evenlog ¬
ing They Tho are enthuslastlo enthulfsto over Oer the utility utilityof utlt utltof
of the Marconi lnrconl wireless wlrellf > telegraph tul rllh fcyfifem fcyfifemby fYltem fYltemhy uystemLty
of which of LImo accident accidentwas
by means meal news tm acddlnt acddlntwas
was received n here yesterday The break breakdown breakdown breakdown ¬
down of the steering teerlnl apparatus npparntul occurred occurrednt oclrred oclrredat
at noon Tuesday when fio t1 Kroonlnnd was wal walI wasio
110 I O mllea 1J nub west of Fast Fa Fastnet tnet net Cnpt Capt Doxrud DoxrudImmediately DoxrudImmedlatel DoxrimctiiiiiiiecItately
Immediately Immedlatel sent ut a I wireless s metwage 1tlge to toCrookhaven toCrok toCrookhaven
Crookhaven Crok haven for the agents aent of the line lne In InAntwerp InAnterp InAntamrp
Antwerp describing dlcrlhln the damage damRle and In Informing Infornin informing ¬
forming fornin them that the steamer teallr must mu t aban abandon abandon abandon ¬
don her hel voyage on e A reply was received receivedwithin receivedwithin receivedwithin
within an hour and a half hal whereupon herenpn Capt CaptDoxrud CaptDoxrd CaptDoxruci
Doxrud Doxrd complied compled with the instructions IntrUltonR sent senthim senthIm enthim
him to return rltrn to Queenslown QueenslownMeanwhile QueenlownIoanwhle QueenmotownMeanwimile
Meanwhile Ioanwhle threefourths threetolrth of the saloon saloonpassengers saloonpassengers aloonpaengerH
passengers and n number nunhr of those thoRI in the thosecond thnnd thesecond
second nd cabin chln sent wireless wlrellM messages mMe to tofriends tofriends tofriends
friends in various loUI parts of Great rnt Britain Britainnnd Brinin BrininamI Britainanti
of them received receivedreplies receivedreplies
anti Europe and ninny th1 rocelve
replies rlple before Fastnwt Faltnet was wal sighted slghll from fromtho tromthe fromtim
the steamer Some Rme of the wireless wllelo s mos messages m mfage mossages ¬
sages fage were cabled enblf to the United UnlNI States StntesIn Rtatel RtatelIn StatesIn
In some cases caSe tho senders asked lke friends friendsfor trlendsfor friendsfor
for money mane and the replies Ieplo authorized authorl7e tho thopurser theto
purser to advance funds to thorn th which hlch
was WO done before land was O
limo he Kroonlands twin screws crew steere steerethe flllrNI flllrNIth steered steeredthe <
the th ship easily faiy the only onl difference dlfer neo being belnithat hln hlnthnt beingthat
that speed Plr was reduced reducedThe rNucpd rNucpdThe reditceelTime
The cabIn passengers pRReners will 1 go o to New Sev York Yorlon Yorkon Yorkon
on the Teutonic nnd tho tlo sleernRO pas passengers pRSsenpN pitssengers
sengers senpN will 10 go later I ter on some fme other steamer steamerPVT Iteamer IteamerPT steamerPvT
PVT THE TiE TEACHER T 4CIIEn IX I WATER WATERMr llA TEn TEnfin
Mr fin rl Pupils rUplH of the tie Toughest TOllhl5t Scliool lhoot In In Inj Indlana Indiana
j I diana Du a nrulol rulQI Art ArtINDIANAPOLIS ArtI ActINn1Auro1t8
INDIANAPOLIS INTANAPOLlS Ind Dec Dlc 0 9m 9Miss Miss R Erlini ErliniSinclair Irlne IrlneSincair ErlineSinclair
Sinclair Sincair a tencher In Cuss CHI ass township ton hlp Sulll Sulllvan Suli Sulivan fftmlllvan
van county cunty was wnl subjected luhjCtPI to l brtnl irimttml > rut l treat treatment trlat trlatment treatment
ment by h her pupils Plpls yesterday lHtprcay when n hol holwas hole holoWRS holewas <
was cut Clt In the ice lc and she he was forced forf1 inkthe Into Intothe intolimo
the water watlr up to her shoulders houircrs nnd left leflthere leftthero leftthere
there until unti rescued re cuN two hours hOlrs later by I some FOIIMpassing 80mepa8ln somepassing
passing pa8ln farmers As A a result of her duck ducking duckIn lucking
ing In ns lS tho pupils pupis term it she Is suffering siifferinptonight sulerlnR sulerlnRtonlht sufferingtonight
tonight from symptoms RmptOTs of pneumonia pneumoniaTho
Tho school Rchol in If attended atel 1 1 by children chidren ol olconl of ofcl ofcool
cool cl miners nnd it has long been ben known knowras kno knoRS knownas
as the toughest touhlt in the State Stte For yearn yel t trule 1 1rle a arule
rule rle has been ben to make the teacher techer treat treatjUt treatjust real realjust
just before oforotho the holidays boldyt This Tis Miss ie Sin Sinclair Sinolalr Sinolalr
olalr agreed a rod to do but when whll the pupili pupiliwanted pupif pupifwantr ptmpiiswanted
wanted wantr to know how she proposed popll to treat trenlthem trratthem treatthem
them she he refused rfuf to say Yesterday Yes rday after afternoon afternon afternoon
noon non the demand detRnd waR renewed She again agnirrefused aRalnrrtu6 againrefused
refused rrtu6 to tell tel and the teacher was V I sur surrounded surrounde stirrounded ¬
rounded rounde by b a dozen or fift fton fifteen < vm girls and Ind one oneboy ole olehoy oneboy
boy and overpowered overowere and bound hand handnnd handand handand
and foot footMiss tootUR footMiss
Miss UR Sinclnir Sincair was WI taken tnkfn to a pond a short shortdistance shortdistance hortdistanc
distance distanc away the ice Ir was wal broken hroien her feet feetwere flt fltwere feetwere
were fastened faswno to a hog trough trou h and Ind she WAS wnslet WASlet waslet
let down dow Into the water ater which came Cme half halfway hlf hlfway halfway
way up lp to her waist wailt She still ti refused rlfut to totell totcl totell
tell tcl how she Ihe would treat the school ehal and andthis Rndthis andhits
this angered anlrr tho pupils pupis and anr they te cut tt a aholo ahole
hole 1110 in the middle of tho pond placing her herwhere hrrwhere herwhere
where the water came Cme to her shoulders shouldersThe Rhoulderl shouldersThe I
The pupils pupis then returned returne to school Rhool bay leaving IIS IISIn baylag ¬
lag In Miss Us Sinclair Sincair nlone On account acunt of oftho ofthe oftim
the tim weight welpht of the hog trough which was waspractically woopractically 1 1prctlcl
practically prctlcl constructed cntrucle of iron Miss 111 Sin Sinclair Sinclair Sinclair ¬
clair was unnblo unble to draw herself hN8U up and nndthe andtho andtime
the chill chi of the water was fnst benumbing benumbingher
her when heu her cries cies for assistance MIFtnnce were wereheard wrroheard woreheard
heard heard by farmers and she was rescued rrcue Sho Showill Showl Shewill
will wl prosecute prosute her unruly unly pupils pupilsVETO pupis pupis1fTO pupilsvETo
VETO OX O PIER EXTENSION EXTEXSfOXSeeretary EXTISII EXTISIISllrtlar EXTENSIONSecretary
Secretary Sllrtlar Root Decide Dfcldrl Against the New NewYork Sf NewYork
York Dock Commissioner CommissionerWASHINGTON Coml18lonrr Coml18lonrrWABINOTON ConimmilsstonerWasmiiNoTON
WASHINGTON WABINOTON Dec 0 9Scetary 9Secretary Secretary Root Roottoday Rot Rott Roottoclay
today t odl decided cecided adversely adversl tho request of oftho oftho oftim
tho Dock Commissioner Commi ioner of New York for forauthority forauthority forauthority
authority to extend the steamship feamshlp piers piersalong plJ plJnlong piersalong
along what is known ns tho Chelsea thallca Im Improvement 1mpronlen miproveittent ¬
provement pronlen Tills TliR action clon was taken im immediately 1mmdlately unmediately ¬
mediately mdlately after hearing hMrng n long argument argumentin
in favor of the extension by Jackson Wal Wallace WnlIn al allace ¬
lace In Deputy Dock Commissioner CmmlAloner of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York YorkTho YorkThe YorkTIme
The question qucton of granting grantng authority authoriy for forthe torthe forthe
the proposed extension extenion has ha been bon before btor the theWar theWar theWar
propP
War Department Doparment for a I long time tme The Theboard Tbebord rhoboard
board bord of engineers enginer of the army opposed opposedthe opposd opposdthe
the extension extenllon on the Ito ground that thlt the prob probable prohable probable ¬
able future tutur development of commerce commercealong commero commeroalong comatercoalong
along tho Hudson River Uver would wOlld necessitate necessitatetho necAltnto necAltntothe
the wide channel and they suggested suggste that thatlonger thatlonger thatlonger
longer piers plel could culd bo b secured fculd by hy its digging digginginland dlg digginginland lnl lnlinland
inland The Tle Dock Commissioner urged t that thatthIs thatthis hatthis
this could not lie done because Iwenuse of the New NewYork NewYork NowYork
York Central Centrl Railroads Rlroads holdings holdlngfalong along tho tholine tholne timeline
line lne of the proposed pierhead extension extensionSecretary utensloncrtary extensionSecretary
Secretary Roots decision dolslon follows followsI
crtary Roots folowM folowMI
I um 11 constrained to deity lNn the lie npiilleatlon npiilleatlonof nPIIIflton nPIIIfltonof
of the City It of New York for the tht tlm extension pxtpn lon of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the pierhead Ilerhlnl line 11 him alone what Is known as I tho thoChelsea thoChel theiielsea
Chelsea Chel improvement jnlroeffnt for the reasons rrO stated statedbs
bs b the board of engineers fnllnferM In their report reportIn reportof
of Dec 2 IU03 and by Ihl the Chlffor Cimiefof Inllneprl aglnpers aglnpersIn
In his hl Indorsement 1nlor efrlt of Dye lec 4 IBi IPI3 1910 1 do this thiswith tlls tllswih tiiimwith
with urea Irut grat reluctance reluctanC for I approached fprouhpl the thesubject theubJect timesubjecL
subject wih with wih n I I Htronc ItrOI disLrn dNLn to roinply ofpl ommpi with withtht wih wihthl iviumtime
time > wlslios I he of tIme til city cl foverOllnl government nnd nld I 1acree Iagree
agree with wih the officers omel of 0 om the tln city Ilt that Llt New NewYork 11 ew ewYork
nlrCe
York should have hl1 piers lerA capable of accom accominodatlnK IIccoimmmnodmmtlng
inodatlnK the Ih largest lanlst KtoamshliH KtoamshliHIt haIMhll haIMhllI
10cltn
It IR not uot ncciismiry neclr however hOIvr that thn t this thisaccommodation thll thisacconuiumoiiimtioli
accommodation I should be provided prolldlo by h further furtherencroachment furtherrncroochmnt fmmrthereimcronimtnmnt
encroachment upon UpOI tho tho tlm water watl area arll of the theharlior tht titeharbor
harbor at what whlt Is i now the narrowest larrowtRt part of oftho ottho oftime
tho Hudson Ild on River opposite opposie the city el It 1 can canbe CII caimbe I
be done either elthfr by b constriictlnir coultrletnl piers plerlllolut plerlllolutwhero nt points pointswhere poimmtswhore
where the river rllr Is wider or by b by digging dlrllng out outthe outthe omitthe
the shore end of tho slips lPR Thousand 1 lol lnd foot footplfrs footpiN footpiers
piN cqulcl cOllt be obtainedIn obtlined In thin thl way 11 In many manyInto mnmmmm mnmmmmparti
parti of the waterrront wltholt without Iolui going bock bocklto bnc bncirt
irt Into Pat lto ° the land as al far rlr as IR time Ln original Orltllni wider wIler wiiterAny j jAny
1m Any on further encroachment Incroachment upon the water wnterarea waterarpa waterarea
area by b an extension fxtenqlon of the upn plerhcnd plerhpld line linewould lne lnewould linewould I
would practically prctcal be Irrevocable Irroeabll and Rld having havingIn hnvlnl
In vlnw Inw the probable future development developmentof deeloplrll
of commerce alone alont the Hudson Ihll or River I ma masatisfied muttsmmtisfled 1
satisfied that If I such Rlch an extension rxtenlol wero now nowprantml nowIrantml nowgranteul I
RaiA prantml within a very few years 3llrR It would wouldbe wouldbe
be Irantml looked looke back upon yer us 18 having hmmvin been n serious seriousmistake seriousIlstake seriousuimlstake
mistake mistakeTho Ilstake Ilstake11e uimlstakeThe
The 11e plans plne for tho Chelsea Chel improvement improvementprojected improvementprojected I
projected by Dock Commissioner Comml8loner Hawkes Hawkeswere Hawkeswere Hawkemiwere
were adopted ndopte last lst Juno They Tile Included Includedthe Inrude includedtime
the construction contrcton of nine 800 8 foot piers for fortho fortim
the tim accommodation ommoatlon of transatlantic trnMtJantlo liners linersThe lnlr lnlrTle linersT1m I
Tle T1m The piers iiers were to be 125 121 l2 feet wide wid with with2ofeot wit with2lfeot h h2Mtrot
2ofeot 2Mtrot of open water between them tlem and andwere alc antiWere
were to he built hlit l Iwtwen between > tween Eighteenth EIhtlfnth and nndTwentythird andTWlntthlr andTwentythird
TWlntthlr Twentythird streets mind unc Inn plans In Included Include inciuded ¬
cluded clude a 250 25 50 foot driveway clyeay to face them themUroUmbood themUroUolood timentUretlisitmood
UroUmbood UroUolood Ctumpaene ClmpaIDoever ChsmmmpagfloNeyCr Never d daoAd damij4Ad nJ d Ait
RIOTING ROTI OIN IX CHICAGO CHICAGOSlobs OIICAO OIICAOIobs CIIICAiOMobs
Slobs molest Street ran car Manned lanne by Non NonInlon Nonlnlon NonUnIon
UnIon Crcwi CrcwiCiiiCAao CreiiiCtncAao ewi ewiCmCAGO
CiiiCAao Doc De 9 DRotng 9RIoting Rioting occurred In InWontworth InWentworth inWontwortb
Wentworth avenue late this thl afternoon afernoon I and andCity andCiy andCity
City Ciy Railway Riway Company Cmpny cars rr manned manne by non nonunion nonunion nonminion ¬
union crews were stoned etone windows were werebroken wer wereitroken
broken hrken and several leveral passengers paseger hurt at the thehands thehands thehands
hands of mobs that congregated rngrgate at Root Rootstreet RootstfJet Rootstreet
street stfJet and Wentworth avenue to make a ademonstration ademonetrton ademonstration
demonstration demonetrton against aRln t the nonunion em employees employea empioyees ¬
ployees
ployeesAt ployea
At Fortyseventh Forty wmth street stret two heavy heavywagons heavywagons
wagons WalOnR took possession pStsl n of the car tracks tracksand tracksnnd tracksand
and moved move leisurely IfIurly northward northwnr the drivers driverspaying drher drherpying driveNpaying
paying pying no attention atention to the ringing of the thegong theRong timegong
gong on a car driven drvn by a nonunion nonunlol motor motorman motor11n motormuon
man 11n When Root street ftreet was reached reachedeight rchld rchldIIpht reachedeigitt
eight IIpht or nine curs cnl were bunched behind bhind the theteams theteam theteams
teams The Tle crowd in waiting waiing rained rined a anhower ahow ashower
shower how r of bricks hrlks pieces Jlet of coal vegetables vegetablesand
and other missiles mille upon Ipon the cars cala The Theteams Theteams Timeteams
teams having havln deserted dsertf the track trck the motor motormen motormen
men 111 put Plt on full fuliped speed and escaped escapedSeveral fcaped fcapedSver escapedSeveral
Several Sver I passengers pasfneJ wore Injured by bybroken hyhroken bybroken
broken glass and nld the missiles mlslle Police Policefrom Polce Polcetrom Policefrom
from the stock yards ards station Itaton arrived arrivedshortly arrhedehortly arrivedshortly
shortly after affl the demonstration demonstraton but no noarrests noarrets noarrests
arrests arrets wore made madeCHILI mndfCll
CHILI Cll LAYS ltS Ll IS THE TIn FOLXUATIOX FOLXUATIOXFour FmIMTI FmIMTIIour
Four lear llr Od Mil John Nicholas Drown ro1 TakePart TkIs TkIsPart Take takesPart
Part In a lnlvertlty Ceremony CeremonyPROVIDENCE Clremon ClremonP CeremomiPoovmDEcE
PROVIDENCE P OWENCE R n I Dec 9 9ln In the pres presence presnco prosence ¬
ence nco of about aholl GOO 0 spectators spotatore the foundation foundationstono foundationstOIO foundationstone
stone stOIO of the John Johl Nicholas Brown memo memorial memorial ¬
rial 1111 gates lates at the Brown street Rtreetentrnce entrance to totho totho toho
tho ho Brown University Unlcrity grounds runds was laid nt n nI atI
I oclock ncok this afternoon afternoonTho aterno afternoonThu < n nTho
Tho ceremony trmony Included Inclucpd prayers prRyfrR by the theRight IhARight theRight
Right Rev no Bishop William Wilam N MoVlcknr MoVlcknra loYfdmr loYfdmra
a brief address addr8 by President PIHldAnt Faunce Falnce of the theuniversity theunlorllty theuniversity
university and the depositing dopJsilng of a copper copperbox cppr cpprblx copperlwix
box blx containing several articles artclel commemo commemorating cnmmemoratln commemorating ¬
rating ratln the event by John Nicholas Nihola Brown BrownJr
Jr the four year yelr old son 1m of rf the man in inwhose Inwhol inihomie
whose whol honortliBgatosnro hOlor homier the Katesnr gatesaro beingerectedand beingerectedandthe bing being erected and andthe andtime
the richest child of his years In tho world
The child chid attracted atracted greater part prt of ofthe otthE ofthe
the thE attention atenton of the spectators lPtatn but ho bore borethe br borethe
the ordeal with wih a sturdy spirit plrt and per pcrform pr prtormNI performed
form formed < Hl his part of the ceremony with wih wihehidlfh a achildish achildish
childish ehidlfh dignity nly and ease eaR of 01 manner that thatevoked Ihateohd diaLevoked
evoked general eneral admiration admiraton At the close closeof clos closof closeof
of tho exercises he waR cheered by I Ihe ho under undergraduates Indr IndrrRduates undergraduates ¬
graduates rRduates with wih an enthusiasm enthuel that seemed seemedto
to please pleas him much mich michIKITII muchhEATh X XHEATH
HEATH IKITII AfAt SAYS HS XO XODenim SODenIes 0 0nrnteA
Denim That Tlal He II Intends Inttlls to Resign Rllln ae S Na National SaUonal Nattoiiat ¬
tional toinmlllee Commitee Secretary SeeretaryCINCINNATI RtrrelarCICINNATI SecretaryCtcI4ATI
CINCINNATI CICINNATI Dec 9 9perry Perry S Heath Heathsecretary HeathperCtary Heathsecretary
secretary perCtary of the Republican Ikpuhlcnn national natonal com comi cornmnitfre
i tnlttro mlttI was Wa in Cincinnati Clnclnnnt for ten minutes minutestodny mlnutsI mInutestoclay
I todny toda on his iml way to Washington When Whennsked Whenked ihentsked
nsked ked whether whet her he contemplated contemplaW resigning resigningtho rslgnlng rslgnlngthe
the secretaryship tcNtryhip of thn ho national ntonal com commlttro cootmitke I Imltto
mlttro he Bald MidI
I was wa elected Ilpctf1 secretary IcNtary of the national nationalRepublican nntlonalR4puhlcan nationalR4pmmblican
Republican R4puhlcan committee commltP until unti my successor luccor Is Isappointed IsnpplntNl Isappointed
appointed npplntNl and I have ha110 no idea of resigning resigningThe rlnlng rlnlngThe
The committee commitee meets mlU in Washington to tomorrow tomorow tomorrow ¬
morrow morow and I am arnonmyway on my way to attend attendIs atend atendIs
Is there thr any Hanna talk tak In Utah UtahOh UtahOh UtahOh
Oh ye yel yea replied rpled Mr Jfr Heath There Ter is isa isa isa
a great jrat deal of It I ILlie ItHe
He le shook his head when hen asked 8sktd why no nomany 10 10many o omany
many newspapers nfwsppr throughout the country countrywere countrywer countrywere
were wer trying to have him resign Nllgn the secre secretaryship ler secretaryshIp ¬
taryship tarlhlp of the national natonal committee commltf again againremarking againrmarking agaInremarking
remarking rmarking that ho was I elected until Intl his hissuccessor hI hissuccessor
successor SUCfAOr should be b appointed appointedOLD appinte appointedOLD
OLD 01 WOMAX rO1U DIES DIFS IX CHURCH CHURCHMr CIUnOI CIUnOIIr ChURChMrs
Mr Ir Alary 315r llr Keegan lfllan Stricken strl kfn While nile blle Kneeling KneelingIn lnttlna lnttlnaIn HeeelIn HeeelInIn
In a Pew PewThe r PewThe w wTe
The Te Rev T Hyacinth lyaelnth Justa JUlta was My MyIng fY fYIn saying
Ing In prayers pryer at tho altar alar of the thf Church Churchof Clurch Clurchof
of St St Vincent YlnCt Ferrer FerroI nt Sixtysixth ShtYllxh street streetnnd stret stretand streetanti
and Lexington Lxington avenue when whe he hoard hoardsome hOrd hOrdme hoardsome
some me one on groaning behind blhlnd him Turning Turningaround Turningarund TurnIngaround
around arund he saw IW a white whie haired old woman womanwho womanwho omanwho
who had been ben kneeling knclnj in one of the pews pewshut pewshut pewsbitt
hut who ho had by that time collapsed c I lpsed She ShoBt Ahest Shestill
Bt still 111 1 grasped raeplc a rosary rMry in one hand and a aprayerlook aprayerbook
prayerlook in the other ot her
A doctor was lS called ca Ild lied but before boror he arrived arrivedtho orrvld orrvldthe arrivedtIm
the old woman womln was dead dNd She was identi identified Identlfd identifled ¬
fled fd later as Mrs Mr Mary Mar Keegan KEgan1 a widow widowwho widowho widowwho
who ho had been hen stopping with 1lh relatives rlathe at
436 East Sixtysixth street str t Heart disease diseaseis dlBtne dlBtneIs
is supposed to have caused cause her death dentilKILLED dlnth dlnthKIID deathKILLED
KILLED KIID MAX IIV SERVES lf11ES ONE DAY DAYYoung D4 041roumnE
Young oln Woman oman Found FOlnlt Guilty Gllt of Involnn Involnntary Imolnnlar Involuntary
tary lar Manslaughter ManslaughterRED lal lanlhttf lanlhttfRFO
RED RFO CUfF CT Col Dec 9 9Tho The jury In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the case of Grace Grce Nottingham Notlnghnm who shot shotand shotnd shotmmni
and nd killed Idle Edward Earc Murphy a young Denver Denverand DCner DCnerand Denserand
and Rio Jo Grande fireman 110lal last IastJtne June returned returnedn retred retreda
a vnrdlct this morning morn In finding fndlnf the defendant defendantguilty detondantgllt defendantguilty
guilty gllt of Involuntary Inollntnl manslaughter manslalhter Judge JudgeOweru JudeOwerl JtmdgeOwermi
Oweru Owerl Immediately sentenced ntlner the young youngwoman rounl yommngwoman
woman to t twentyfour hours hourl In the county countyJnil cunt cuntjai countyJail
Jail jai and to pay the costs cet of tho trial trialMiss tral tralMiss trialMiss
Miss Nottinghams Notlnghaml defencewasemotional defencewasemotionalinsanity defenewas defencewas omotonal omotonalInanity emotional emotionalinsanity
insanity Inanity and evidence evidenc was wa introduced Introducd to toshow toIho toshow
show Iho that her father W II 1 Nottingham Nottinghamwas Notngham Notnghamwa
his death deathwhich de deathwhich h hwhich
was wa for several severl years rea r prior to at
which occurred eight years yar ago of un unsound In Insund onsound ¬
sound sund mind Miss IIIR Nottingham ottnjham claimed claimedthat claimedthat claimedthat
that Murphy Mlrphy had traduced traducd her herRATTLE herlUTT1 lmorILtTTLE
RATTLE lUTT1 WITH ITI STRIKERS STRIKERSDeputies S7IKlm S7IKlmDfputr S71hKE1tSDeputIes
Dfputr Deputies anil aJI Miners lnlr Kxehange Iuhalr Mints lotl hut hutNo Ilt IltXo hutNo
No One no Is II Hurt HurtTIUNIUAD lurt lurtIISIAD hurtTmlnuuAn
TIUNIUAD IISIAD Col CO Dec 0 ORtrlkol 0StrIkers Strikers in am ambush nmbush aiimbush ¬
bush today tired fred upon a party part of deputies deputiesand dpputf dpputfan1 deputiesand
and coal cOlI mine clerks cerlM n near ur Ilorwlnd Jprwlnd The Thefiro Fhmofire he hefre
fire fre was waf returned Ntlrfd nnd for hnif an hour hourthe hourthe imomirthe
the fusillade fuiladn continued contnued when more deputies deputiesarrived depute deputiesarrived i iarrlvpd
arrived and time attacking atuelng party fled fledSo Ipd fledSo I
So S far as known nobody was Wi hurt hlrt The TheSheriff TimeSheriff I IShcrll
Sheriff Shcrll gathered flthred fifty fty man hero 11r to go Io to tothe tothe totime
the scene BclO but blt found they thlY were not needed neededThe 1fle neededTime
The double funeral of the thl victims victms of ofMonday atIonday ofMonday
Monday nights nlght fight tght occurs OCCUI hero her tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomoorrow ¬
row and the strike Itrk leaders Ilaee are ar preparing preparingfor prlparjnto
for to r a demonstration demoltrl lOl The Sheriff Sherif thinks thinksthat t thinksthat hinkethattrouhlo
that thattrouhlo trouble will wi follow tolo He is preparing preparingto preJlrin preJlrinto
to take tak vigorous ignrOI1 action acton in case ce It comes comesCOJIHA cmH cmHOll
COJIHA Oll EATS IUI 14 is ITS IT I TS MATE MATESettles JUTI JUTIetl flATiSettles
Settles etl a Family Iall ianmll Dispute mlltf Over Food by byTurning I byTiirnln
Turning Cannlhal CannlhalOne CannlhalOne CannibalOne
One of the hooded hoded cobras cbrs at the Zoolog Zoological Zolog ZologIcal Zoological ¬
ical Garden Garen in The Bronx turned cannibal cannibalthe cannbl cannblthe cannibalthe
the other day and devoured devourd the female femalecobra femalecobr tamalecObra
cobra cobr because bCOo she refused refuld to relinquish relinquishher rlnqulRh rlnqulRhher
her end of a mouse mOU8 which both bth had begun begunto bgun bgunto
to eat eatCurator catCurator eatCurator
Curator Ditmars Ditmar came camo along Just in intime Intime intime
time to sec s the tail tal of the female snake snakedisappear enakodlSpJlr snakedisimppsar
disappear dlSpJlr down the thl throat of the other otherHo otherle otimerHo
Ho le got a pair pall of pincers pincr nnd yanlle yanked her herout herout herout
out butshu but HII mmliii was WI beyond bond medical ltdlcal assistance assistanceShes assIstanceShes il18tanc
Shes In a jar of alcohol alchol now nowMurphy nowItrph nowMurphy
Murphy Itrph Caught al ht Cold at Dunn ItnnIII ll hall hallLeader ll llLeader
Leader Ulder Murphy llrplw of Tammany was WRF con confineil on onfined
fined fnfl to his ll houso hOl yesterday ftNda bv a cold con contracted cantmctNI eontracted ¬
tracted at Tom DIIIIIIK DUIII ball bal He I expects oxpCcl to toget toget
get lo the Hall nl today todnyFather todA todAathr todayFather I
Father athr Johns rohn Medicine Jflrln Care Lnr A Atlm Asthma AsthmaDrotirhitli lhm lhmBronrhltl I
Bronrhltl Dlnrbll aui4 ni1 nr Consumpllon Con mpton Uutrantctd GUaranlefdAd Gus raniedAdp Xtff
p
ARCADE TO PENN P NN TERMINAL TERMINALXEW TERMINAL TERMINALNEW
NEW PLAX PL tV TO REACH REMl CROSSTOWX CROSSTOWXCARS CROSSTOfN CROSSTOfN04RS CROSSTOIrXC411S
CARS FROM J1t TVXXEL DEVELOPS DEVELOPSCovered D1WI DEVELOPSCovered LOPS LOPSConrld
Covered Conrld Way ayTltrougim Through Throull the Middle lddle of a Block BlockWith Bock Bocknth fliokitlt
With itlt Stores 8tort on Klther tlt Side Heists IlelngDesigned Dflq HeistsIeslgned c cOrsllrd
Designed Orsllrd to 34th th Street StreetFrthef StreetFrthefstfP StreetFurther StreetFurtherStep Further FurtherStep
stfP Step In Making Iaklnl Uptown Picturesque Plelutlque PlelutlqueMany
9 Many surmised sunIe founded founde upon the th recent recentbuying reent recentbuying f
buying up of a large part pat of the block blok front fronton
on the south Buth side of Thirtyfourth Thirtyforth street streetbetween stret stretHenth streetbetween
between Seventh Henth and Eighth avenue avenuewere avenueswere
were settled lted yesterday yetray by a broker who whorepresented whorepresotmted
represented reprcont one of th th the properties pprte ibid ibidTho saIdrho ld
The purchasing this th broker saidha 8ldh be b ben bendone n nclone
done on behalf of the Pennsylvania Pennslvani Rail Railroad Rl Rlroa Railroad ¬
road which Intends to erect er t an arcade arcadebuilding arcadebuilding
roa t arce arcehuldlng
building huldlng through which passengers plen or from fromIts trm fromits
Its 11 great grCt two block blok terminal station stton may mayreach mayreach J Jreach
reach the Thirtyfourth street stret cronBtowu cronBtowucars crOt
cars ars without the detour of a a block blok and an a half halffrom hl halffront
from trm the station stton entrance entranc otherwise otherwlo twee tweesary n neecesary
sary by way of Seventh S enth avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenueThe
The arcade arClde building buiding will wi have a frontage frontageof
of 245 feet at 228 221 to 250 25 West Wet Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthstreet Thirtyfourh Thirtyfourhttret
ttret street and the passageway pasageway through It Itthat I Ithat ittimat
that is through throu h the middle of tho block blockwill blok blokwi blockwill
will wi ho lined 101 with wih retail retalltorC stores Title fUe to t the thftproperty th theproperty i iproprty
property proprty is now held by the City Ciy Real Hel Estate EstateCompany Et EsaleCompany j jCompany
Company a concern concer which nets aet for cus customers cuetomers ¬
tomers of the Title Tite Guarantee Guarnt and andTrust andTrustCompany Trust TrustCompany Tlt TltCmpany j
Company Cmpany but which does doe not operate operateon oprlt
on Its It own account accountIncluded accunt accuntIncludtln accountInciuded
Included Includtln In the Thirtyfourth street tret front frontnge front frontage 1 1nle
age nle Is I the old United Unit First Fllt Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch PrCbyran PrCbyranChurch PresbyterianChurch
Church Abutting Ahutng property on the north northside northIldf northside
side Ildf of Thirtythird street Itret 1 b is < hold by the theStuyvesant te theStityvesant i iStlyvlant
Stuyvesant Stlyvlant Iteal eal KsUto EAtt Company the offi official of ciiicliii ¬ i icil
cial cil realty realt agent of the Pennsylvania Pennsylvana The Theproperty Theproperty Theproperty
property at 225 22 to t 341 4i West Wet Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthstreet Thlrtyfourth Thlrtyfourthtrot
street trot which faces the proponed prope arcade arcadebuilding acal arcadebuilding i ibuid
building buid In I and which extends through to to
234 to to 233 West Wrt Thirtyfifth Thirtyffh street 8trlt also ban banchanged bi bichanged hamscimangmd
changed hands recently renty The ownership ownershiprecU ownelhlp ownelhlprft
rests rft now with interests Intnt said to be associ associated ao eased easedateci ¬
ated with John Jacob Astor AntorAt AstorAt AstorAt
At the time the plot was a purchased purchAd It was waareported wasreported a areportd
reported reportd that it was M intended Intnde aa a a site elt for fora forI
a I large hotel hotelCOXSLL hotelCOSLL imotelcONSlIi
COXSLL GOODXOW GOOD OJr ACCUSED ACCUSEDCharges ACCUSEDl1Iartts ACCUSEDbarges
Charges l1Iartts Filed 11t Against Our Representative Representativeat Rlpr8entatl Rlpr8entatlat
at Shanghai ShanghaiWASHINGTON flanhal flanhalW SImantmIWAsniaTot
WASHINGTON W AB NOTON Dec 0 DChargef 9Charges Charges against againstthe aRlln aRllnthe againstthe
the official ofcIal conduct of John Goodnow GoodnowUnited Gonow GonowUnite GoodnowUnited
United Unite States HttlR ConsulGeneral ConeulGeerl at Shanghai ShanghaiChina Bhanjhal BhanjhalChina ShanghaiChina
China have been received relvl at th thl ths t State StateDepartment att StateJepartmont
Department They are preferred pretorre by a aShanghai a aShanghai
Shanghai lawyer lawer named named Curtis CurtA who Is Issupposed IsUPPOed Issupposed
supposed UPPOed to bo an American AmericanTlm Americanhe AmericanTime
Time he State Stl Department officials ofcials decline declineto dlclne dlclnet
to t give le any Infonimtion as I to t tho character chnrnctrof r rot
of the charges charje It I is admitted acmltt < 11 that they theyare thlY thlYare theyare
are of a very ery serious EfrlouR nature natuo but officials officialsnre olclnl olclnlnre
nre of the opinion that tho evidence fur furnished fil filnlFhet tie tienished ¬
nished nlFhet to support upprt thom is not strong ftrOn Mr MrGoodnow MrGonow Mrloodnow
Goodnow Gonow Is i expected oxpCcte here within Ithln a I clay dnyor da daor
or two tlo Ho 10 Is bringing the commercial commercialtreaty eomrprclRl eomrprclRltreaty commercialtreaty
treaty between tCn the United States BttB and andChina antiChina j jChin
China Chin which provides provide for the te opening opning of ofMnnchurlan o oManohurlan oManohurian
Mnnchurlan port portJohn pr portsJohn J
John Fowler Fowbor5 United Unitd States Sttel St temi Consul Conlmlnt nt ntUhefoo a aChefoo A AChetoo
Uhefoo China i who in 1f also alo in thin thb country countryis cuntr
is said sd to be b intending intnding to to prefer preer charges chargesagainst chRrlI chRrlIagainst chargesagainst f
against Ml M W Qoodnow He and Mr Good Goodnow Ooo lordnow 1 1now
now had some Mie trouble during dlrlng the Chinese ChineseBoxer Chlnle ChlnleBxer ChineseBoxer
Boxer Bxer outbreak over the question qUMton of ofwhether ofwhether orwhether
whether all al official ofcial reports reprbtrom from Mr Fowler Fowlershould Fowler8hould Fowlersimoulci
should be transmitted trnlrlled to the State Stt Depart Department Depat Depatment Departmont ¬
ment through Mr Ir Goodnow The de department Ie Iepartment liepartumment ¬
partment held that Mr Goodnow rtas rtasFowlers wa waFowllrs masFowlers
Fowlers Fowllrs superior Euplrlor and that the report reportshould reprh repomtsimould I IIhould
should Ihould bo b sent to Mr fr Goodnow for trans transmission transmission ¬
mission mb ion to Washington Wlhlngtn Recently ReCntly tlm tlmtrouble thl thltrouble t1m t1mtrouble
trouble between uetwlln them thor broke out Olt again againand againltlmi
and both wrote wrot to the thC tii State Stnt Department Departmentwhich Dopartmentwhich Departmentwhich
which told tld them that tllt t if i i f they thC persititffd prittd in infighting Infphtln inflglmting
fighting fphtln each other othlr the dismissal dim1sal of both bothwould bothwouid I Iwould
would l he > e recommended to the President PresidentCharges Prpldent PrpldentChar PresidentCimargee
Charges Char e nlTecting afectng the conduct of his hisoffice hi hiolc liioffice
office olc wero filed fled against n nil ulnFt i list Mr fr Goodnow by bythe b bthe bythe
the American Asiatic Alutc Association soclatol n couple coupleof
of years ago hut the State Department
did not regard re nrd them as proved Mr Good Goodnow noodno loudnow
now no has hUl been regarded relrded ns I one of the best bestconsular be bestconsular t tcOlsulnr
consular cOlsulnr officers ofCfrs In the service KenIco of the United UnitedStates Unlttd UnlttdStato UnitedStates
States StatesST StatoST StatesSr
ST PAUL PAU Minn lnn Dec 8 ConsulGeneral Olonsulilnlral OlonsulilnlralJohn 9ConsmmlleneratJohn ConsulGeneralJohn
John Goodnow left leon hlro today for Washing Washington WaBhlnton Sasiiington ¬
ton Ho is not worried about the th charges chargesfiled charpe charpefled chargesfiled
filed fled against him Senator Snator Nelson Nel on who whohns whohas wholire
has backed Mr Goodnow since Ilnt his hiI appoint appointment appolntmnt appoiumtnment ¬
ment wires that lie has heard of no direct directchnrges dllct dllctchnr directcimnrges
chnrges chnr ef made ngninc nallt Goodnow < oolnnw hut that thatthe Ihlt Ihltthe thattime
the latter latlr has incurred Incurrd the dislike di lltn of certain certainlawyers cMaln cMalnlaweJ certainlasvyers
lawyers laweJ particularly parlcularl one Bnllantine Balant ine of ofShanghai ofShanghai ofSimanghai
Shanghai whom h ho defeated doflntfl by returning returningto retunin retuninto
to the Philippines Phippine some moom oml HiniiRRler ru ICI whom the thelawyers thelawor timeIasvyenu
lawyers lawor were Wfr endcnvorhiK onllll to protect pmnlectoilier The Theother
other charges were punferred iRuiiiiit Good Goodnow Goodnow ¬
now several months ago mid timid were un understood understood ¬
derstood to have been investigated and anddropped anddropped
dropped
CROOK IX TIFFAXYS TIFFAXYSMnn
Man Who Calls ails Himself William Mettayer MettayerWas MeitaerS
S Was Irlelng Jems JemsA ieImisA
A man who said ho wns William Mestayer Mestayerof I Iof
of 2J2 West Thirtyseventh street wag wnsnrrosted wagarrOstedi
nrrosted in TlffnnyH jewelry store by byDotectivo byDetective
Detective SerRfHint Popperted of Inspector InspectorMcCluskys InspectorMcCluskys
McCluskys stnfT yesterday Time technical technicalcharge technIcalcharge
charge against him him was disorderly con conduct conduct ¬
duct ductIt ductIt
It was said in the Jefferson Mnrkot JX PoliCe PoliCecourt > PO POand
court lint Mesaer had gone inti Tiffanys Tiffanysand
and had priced semite uncut jewels inwels of great greatvnluo greatsauto
vnluo Just then Pepperted walked Into Intotho intoho
tho ho store and recognized the man ns a aprofessional apromfmssimmimai
professional thief t who had served time timein t irnein
in the penitentiary When Pepperted en entered entored ¬
tered time man recognized the detective detectiveand detoctjsetimid
and tried to escape The pollen say flint flintMestayer timstM4staPr
Mestayer is not the mans nnmo but hat hatho lintlie
ho borrowed It after the well known actor actordied actordIed
died diedThe The Magistrate held Mestayer In 500 500bail oo oohail
bail for fo r examination examinationIll exmmmn hint Ion IonbhIT
Ill bhIT XT TO THE CRIMIXAL RAH RAHThat 1141That
That Theyre Not No lsefnl lo Their Clients Clientsa l las
a as the Clients Think ThinkA m r rA
A lawyer who practises in the General GeneralSessions GneralSessions
Sessions went to Judge Cowing yesterday yesterdayand
and nuked for the adjournment of a case casein casein
in which he is counsel He was the last of ofa ofa
a number of lawyers who had done the thesame thesame
same thing yesterday yesterdayUnder yesterdayUnder
Under the common law said the theJiulco theJudge
Judge a defendant didnt have tt t > have havea
a lawyer In most cases here lawyers are areof areof
of no use any way and your our clients would wouldfare I Ifare
fare better at the Court s hands than they thevdo theydo
do in the lawyers hands This case will willgo willgo
go to trial when it is reached reiohrdCirlffo Di Dirtffo
Cirlffo rtffo Fight a Cop at Ccle Htoe HtoeSome laos laosSome
Some friends of Young GilTo 111 timC boer boirrgot boergot
got into a brawl at about 1 oclock this morn morning mornlog ¬
log at atthe the cycle eycleraceinMadisonSqmmare race in Madison Square Oar Oarden OarmIen
den Grub went to the rrwoue mind met a apoliceman apoliceman
policeman on the lit same errand It was wasin wasitt
in time big ting within the track on the main mainfloor mainfloor
floor The cop and Young OrilTo had a astand astauici
stand up tight lent time pugilist landing handtn hard hardand hardand
and often for or part of a round He a wn wneventually wneventuahi
eventually eventuahi mil sumlxlursi > dued and taken to the theThirtieth thelimirtieth
Thirtieth street station
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