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I FnmAT DJCEMDEI 11 190
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01 OLLXCLNO LXXINO 102 NEW NE YORK FHIDAY DECEMBER DLCEMBER J 1 1903copvr1ohl 1003 bu Tho r SIIII PrinUng alld ZubllhlnghoclalloI I ubiiahsng taaociatio PRICE TWO CENTS
IMPEACHES CABINET CABINETJapanese CABINETJapanese
Japanese House Makes Appeal Appcato
to the Emperor EmperorRUSSIAN EmperorRUSSIAN EmperorRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN CASE MORE ACUT ACUTPfotest AC ACJTES ACJTESProtest TE TEProtest
Protest Against the Ministry Tern Ternporfeing Ternporiing Ternporizing
porfeing Policy Policyntiolnrtons PolicyRtlOlnttonl PolicyfleioIutton
ntiolnrtons Adopted Unanimously Calltn Calltnon Call1ne Call1neon
on the Emperor to Act AotVnpreledeoted AotVnpreledeotedAoUon Unprecedented UnprecedentedAction
Action May Result In Dissolution o othe of ofthfl ofthf
the Parliament larllamentTh prIIsnientTbEmperor TheEmperors Emperor Spceo Spceonrferrlnff Speeohnrftrrtn peeohflfcrrtn
nrferrlnff to Peace In the Orient SailMerely Sail 8aldIrrrly Said3lrreIy
Merely That He Had Instructed ill illMinisters IUI IUII
I Ministers llIllttn to Attend to Their Duties DotleSptclal DoUeSptclal DutiesSpecial
Sptclal CMt Cab Detpateh to 0 TBK lBITOKYO WJM WJMTOKIO N NTngto
TOKYO Drc 10 10Tho Tho formal coremon coremoncf ceremony ceremonyof
of opening Parliament which met on n Dec Decfor S Sfor Sfir
for the transaction trnnenct Ion of Initial In It Illi business businesswas
was performed this morning by the Em Emperor Empfror Empror ¬
peror In person pcr on who In accordance wit witfustom with withU withuMom
fustom U tom delivered his speech In tho upper uppeihouse upperhouse upperhnuse
house Ills 1II Majesty road his bi address addresswhich addresshlch addreeswhich
which hlch obviously had been prepared wit witgreat with withgreat withgreat
great care He said saidIt enldIt saidR
It gives us profound causefor rejoicing rejolclnlithat rejoicingthat rejolcinthat
that the friendly relations between ou ouEmpire our ourEmplro ourEtnplro
Empire and other treaty Powers ever con continue continue continue ¬
tinue to grow As regards the negotia negotiations negotiations negotiations ¬
tions concerning conc n1lng the important diplomat diplomatmatter dlplomatlomatter diplomatlomatter
matter of maintaining peace In the Orionand Orion Orlontand Orientand
and our rights we have instructed our ouiMinisters ourlIn ourMinIsters
Ministers > lIn ters to carefully attend to their duties dutiesWe dutiesWe dutleeVe
We have instructed our Ministers ti timake to tom9ke tomake
make a financial scheme and introduce introduceit
it In the Diet budget for the next fiscal flscajear fisoalyear fiscalyear
year with other bills You are required requiredto
to discharge your duties and meet our ouiwishes ourwishes ourwiibee
wishes by harmonious careful discus discussions dl8CUtJslona diouslons ¬
sions sionsIt slonaIt slonsIt
It was evident that the nations represen representatives repre reprentatives n ntatlvel ¬
tatives were much disappointed by thl thlflight tMlIgbt thLslIght
flight allusion a11 lon to the burning question que tlon o othe of ofthe ofthe
the hour but It Is not customary to rat raldlsCII8ton raLe raLed1scus1on u udiscussion
discussion In h the presence pre enoo of tho sovereign sovereignand e < lYerelgnand
and the assembly dispersed dispersedThe
The House of Representatives B pre n ves met eihortl eihortlafterward ahorllafterward ebojtly ebojtlyafterward
afterward to consider the replr to t the Im Imperial imperial Ixnpenal ¬
perial message With Wlt extraordinary ox expedition oxpedltion oxpeditlon ¬
pedition the following answer an wer was formu formulated formulate forznulatod ¬
lated late and passed unanimously wtthout t tdivision a adlvlelon adivisIon
division amid the greatest enthusiasm enthusiasmYour enthuala enthusiasmY m mY
Your Y ur Majesty has be been n gracious raclol18enougb raclol18enougbto enough enougtto
to open Parliament personally today todaydelivering todayr1ellveriDR todaydeltvriug
delivering av cordial o 9ordi rdJaIJn rneesajB which bloh has hastieoiT h h1nia hasOfl
tieoiT Ofl rjtoeifsa with groat gnUaxiD by bythis bythis
1nia i iat
this louse The Empire of Japan U now nowat r nowat
at its zenith Its It position Is one oae that has hasnot ha hariot i inot
not b been en paralleled pa lIelod In Intbe the last thousand thousandyearn thoW1odealli thousandyean3
yearn ealli
yearnThe
The members of f your Majestys House Houseof
of Representatives profoundly regret that thatat
at n juncture so critical crl tJoal Involving the thefate thefat thefate
fat fate of tho nation the course pursued by bytho byho byho
tho ho Cabinet is ill adapted to the needs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the situation ituntlonandJI and IB not Mt consistent with the theenhancement theenhnncement theonhancement
enhancement of national natlona1lnftuencca natlona1lnftuencca111e influences influencesThe influenceslbe
The policy of the Ministry has been beenshown beensholJJ beenshown
shown to be inconsistent with the progress progresscf proar proarot
cf the empire being purely domestic and andtemporizing andiemporlzlng andtemporizing
temporizing Their diplomacy is a failure failureand failureand faliursand
and we humbly appeal app BI to your Majesty Majestyto
to review the situation Solicitude for forthe forthe forthe
the progress of the empire dictates dlctat this thisreply thiareply thisreply
reply which represents the national ex expectations expectotlona expectationL ¬
pectations pectationsSuch pectotlonaSuch pectationLSuoha
Such Suoha a reply to toa a speech from the Throne ThroneIs
Is absolutely unprecedented It virtually rlrtuallyamount virtuallyamounts Ily Ilymoun
amount moun to the Impeachment ment of the Cabi Cabinet Cabinet Cabinet ¬
net It creates an abnormal and critical criticalsituation criticalIftuatJon criticalsftuat4on
situation situationTha IftuatJonThe sftuat4onThe
The Upporters B of th I h Government now nowdeolar nowdeclare nowdeclare
declare that the he reply repl was rushed through throughths throughthe
the Ui HoUR with th impetuous acclamation acclamationby
by b the opposition oppo lUon without an opportu opportunity opportunlt7 opportunity ¬
nity being given them toInterfere to 4ntorfere with its itsadoption Itaadoption itsadoption
adoption adoptionSeveral adoptionSeveral adoptionSevexal
Several members have asked the Presi President President President ¬
dent to reconsider the reply but they have haveall haveall havean
all met with th an absolute refusal Among Amongthe Amongthe
the objectors Is Marquis Saienje head of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Seiyukai or Constitutional C < party partyTha partyThe partyThe
The Incident Is now a matter of exolted excitedspeculation exoltedspeculation exoltedspeculation
speculation hero and in the principal cities citiesof
of Japan It Is expected that it will result resultIn resultIn
In the prorogation and perhaps the dis dissolution dLtloutlon diasolution ¬
solution of Parliament ParliamentAfter ParlilunentAfter ParliamentAfter
After the adoption of the reply repl an in interpellation InterpeUatJon interpeliatlon ¬
terpellation was waelntroduced introduced declaring that thatths thatthe thatthe
the long delay In the negotiations with withRussia withRusllia withRuseta
Russia was a source of regret to the na nation nation nation ¬
tion and threatened the peace of the theOrient theOrlent theOrient
Orient and demanding that the Govern Government Government Oovernrnent ¬
ment state tate what progress had been mado
80 far as can be ascertained the Rus Russian RusIan Eussian ¬
sian reply to tho Japanese proposals has hasnot hunot hasnot
not been Jeen received receivedLONDON reoelvedLONDON receivedLoNnoN
LONDON Dec ll nThe The Toklo correspond correspondent ¬
ent of the Time says 811 It is practically oar certain oertaln oartam ¬
tain tam that the House of Representatives Representativeswill
will be dissolved today todayWhile todayWhUe todayThtIe
While admitting the seriousness of the thesituation thesituation I IIItuatlon
situation in Japan tho newspapers here do doDot do1I0t donot
Dot assume a ume that the virtual Impeachment ImpeachmentOf I Iof
Of the Cabinet and the presumable election electionof
of a new IHouae House of Representative will willnecessarily willneoee willnecessarily
necessarily neoee arlly rush the country Into war warIt warIt warIt
It Is pointed out that the responsibility responsibilityof
of Cabinets to Parliaments aa In Great GreatBritain GreatBrittIn GreatBdtatn
Britain does dO 6 nob exist In Japan the Ministry Ministryholding Mlnlatryholding Ministryholding
holding Its tenure from the Emperor as In InGermany InGennanr InGermany
Germany and the Eatsura Cabinet has hasthe hast hasth
the t th confidence conde of the Mikado Miko Moreover MoreoverViscount Morver MorverVlunt MoreoverVIaount
Viscount Vlunt Katsura Kta has h the solid aUd support euppor of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te House Hua of Peers Pe who wh distrust dlatrt the party partypoliticians prT prTpltci partypoliticians
politicians pltci and are ae unwilling unwlng to t allow alow them theminpreme themsuree them themsupreme
supreme suree control controlThe cntrol controlThe
The Te 7Vfns 7i and an come ae other oter papers pprs think thinkthat thinktt thinkthat
that tt the te Ministry Mlllt faced fao the te crisis crii with withalutary wit withSalutary
Salutary uut discretion deton and n that t the te Japanese Japanesenation JapaneS Japanesenation
ton nation instead ltd of being beig Justified jUtfod In 1m 1mPatient 1 hnPatient
Patient ptent dissatisfaction dtacoD actually aotm11 has ba reason reasonto rln rlnW reasonto
to be thankful tfu to I the Cabinet Qblnet for preserving preservingPMCO presg presgp preservingreace
PMCO p thus far farThs fa farThe
The Te Times however remarks that the thetwnper thetpr thetemper
rmk
temper tpr of the Japanese Japanee is a plain warning warng i ito
to Russia Ruaa and that tt If I Russia RII continues cntlnue to toper too
ignoe per It K peaotful o settlement eetlel ettlementwlll mlU become
HOW noI STRONG STRO IS ROOSEIILT f fCommercialTribune tCommerelalTribunc
I ICommerolllTlbune
CommercialTribune CommerolllTlbune Sa SII > s It I Is Time fo fothe for forthe forthe
the Republicans Republeanl to Consider ConsiderCINCINNATI ComlderCNOINATI ConsiderCINCINWATI1
CINCINNATI CNOINATI Doc De 10 IOThe Tho Commercial CommercialTribune CommercialTrbune CommercialTribune
Tribune Trbune will w1 say 8Y editorially clorllly tomorrow tomorrowunder tmorrow tmorrowunder tomorrowunder
under the caption capton In I Roosevelt Hoosvelt OR I Bl Blas Dg Dgas Big Bigas
as We Think Him HimA HimA HimA
A A New York paper In a telegram telegrm from fronWashington tromWUhlngtn fromWashington
Washington WUhlngtn states slt that Senator Sentor Platt within withlithe withinthe withinthe
the last It few days informed Infort the Presides Presidesthat Preident Preidentthat Presidentthat
that the Republican party In New York YorkState YorkStte YorkState
State Stte outside the city of Now York was wasIn wal wasin
In good condition cnition but in tho city cty Itself Isel there therewas thcrewn therewas
was wn defection defecton In the ranks ranksThe ranksTe ranksTheSenator
The Te TheSenator Senator Snator from New Ne York Is recognized recognizedeverywhere reognl7 reognl7eVlrhere recognirodeverywhere
everywhere eVlrhere as 8 an able shrewd experienced experiencedpolitician exprleno experiencedpolitician
politician poltican His Hs word or is good goo his opinion opinionsound opinionsud opinionecund
sound sud his hl judgment usually usualy correct Thin Thinis ThiaIs 118 118II
is II not information Informtion to be whispered Thlapred in the theCabinet theCabinet theCabinet
Cabinet room of r the White Whie House Houa or to tobe tobe tobe
be looked loke up in the breasts brets of a aselect asoleot aselect
select few fe for decision deision with bated breath breotlionly breathonh breathonly
only in the corridors of the Executive ExecutiveMansion Exotve ExotveMansin ExocutivoManalon
Mansion Mansin while whlo the honest honet voters of the theparty thepaty tko tkoparty
party paty are not to hear of it until unti too late tic ticavoid toavoid to toavoid
avoid disaster dlete disasterMegaphone r 3J 3JMegaphone
Megaphone It to every Republican Republcan In Inthe Inthe inthe
the land that tht they may select elec their ropro representatives roprosenttve roprosantatives ¬
sentatives senttve to the national ntonl convention cnventon in intelligently Intlgenty intelligently ¬
telligently and be fully Informed
tlgenty fuly upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the difficult dlfcule difilcuittes lea we have to encounter encounterNow encounterNow encounterNow
Now U I the time tme to tako the voters into intofull Intoful intofull
full ful confidence cnfdono upon this thl allimportant alImprtant situ situation situaton situation ¬
ation aton In New York It will wU bo too late after aftertho afer afertbo afterthe
the nominations nomntlon are mado mae Every man manwho manwho manwho
who votes vote the Republican Republcan ticket tcket is I entitled entitledto entted enttedto
to this tbl Information InformationWe
Inforton InfortonWe
We assert Irt and distinctly diltincty There is isdanger Isdagr isdanger
danger dagr in New York State to the party prty if ifMr IfIr ifMr
Mr Ir Roosevelt RoSelt is II the candidate cdidte and every everyRepublican everyRepublican everyRepublican
Republican who knows anything ayhng of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York politics poltc knows this to bo b tho case caseThis c caseThis
This antagonism atgonlam is I of long standing stding but buthas buthna buthas
has grown stronger strnger and stronger strnger since sincehis slc sincehis
his hi accession acBlon to the Presidency PresidencyWe
We believe belove President Prelident Roosevelt Revolt to be beas b beas
as patriotic ptrloto today tday as a good a Republican Republicantoday Republcan Republcantday Republicantoday
ho in 1000 and believe believehe believehe
today tday as a was WI 100 wo beleve belevehe
he will wi listen Us n to tho appeals of the leaders leadersand leader leaderand leadersand
and the dewiree delre detir of the te voters voter of tim county countythat oOlnty oOlntythat countythat
that no chances chanc betaken betaen with his candidacy candidacyin candidac
in New York State StateHe StaWHe StateHe
He can c be b belI If i he chooses ohoe e to he bethe the War Warwick Warwick Warwick ¬
wick of f the party prty All Al that Is I needed need is I for forthe forthe forthe
the leaders ledcr and voters veter of the party pry to place placefairly plce plcefaily placefairly
fairly faily and frankly frany before befor beforohim him hm tho dangers dcnger he hecannot hecnnot hecannot
cannot cnnot dispel dlpl the wounds ouds he cannot canot hear hearthe hearthe hearthe
the opposition oppsiton he cannot cnnot dissipate dllpAte or over overcome over overcme overcome ¬
come comeFOUR cme cmet comeFOUR
t FOUR BOYS BOIS BURNED TO DEATH DEATHParents DEATHI DEATHParents
I Paetl Parents Went Wet to a Neighbors hr to Play la Cards Cardsand Cardsand
I and ad the house loue Caught Fire FireWUUIUNTIO Fe Fej FireWuuiwrrio
j WUUIUNTIO WULUUNO Coon Cnn Dec Do 10 10Te 10The Tho four foursons fourI
I sons of Mr and ad Mro Mr Frederick Fderick Olds of ofNorth ofNorh ofNorth
North Norh Coventry Cvntr ten tn miles mle8 from hero her wero weroburned er ere ereburned
burned to t death on Wednesday WenePay night nght in intheir Intheir intheir
their homo hom The born bYI had h been ben put in inbed inid inbed
bed id by their ther parent Prpt and after af r they were weroasleep wer weralep wereasleep
alep asleep Mr l and at MM Olds Ols Old left lf tho th house houseto hoU houseto I Ij
to go to the te home of a neighbor nclghbr Charles CharlesAhdere Ci CD CDAen
j Ahdere Aen about abt a quarter quater of a mile m away awayto awayt awayto
to t play cards c They TT had ha hardly hly entered enteredtho Intr enteredthe
the t neighbors M hba house hOWwbn when a man Jn Qanie Qanierushioc qamerushing a
rushing rD hi iFa and nd Informed IOd l mtbtiFtljelf mtbtiFtljelfhouse mU if ifhouse b1
house bU wag on o fire fireMr a tireMr
Mr M and a Mrs M Old Old and ad the Ahders Aben family familyrushed fa familyrushed
rushed Ib to the th fin f only oly to find fn hat tt the th house housewas boU housewas
was 1 8 a mass mM of flaincs ts amcs and a that tht It was WI certain certaindeath oer certaindeath
death d tb to any a one o who 0 attempted attmptd to enter enterIt entr entri I
It i No sound sou came cae from the th house hw and ad It Itla ItI itis
la I probable probblo that tht the th children ohdrn were wer suffo suffocated euIfocated ¬
cated ctd by the nraoko before bforo any ayone one dis discovered di diI disI ¬
I covered CV the fire fr The boys boy wero Clinton Clintonaged Citon CitonI Clintonaged
I aged 10 Howa Howard 8 Horace lora 7 Charles Crles 3 3Mr 3I 3Mr
Mr Olds Old said ead that when whenthoy they left 10f the thohouse theh thehouse
I house h u there wore r fires trl In two to of the th wood woodstoves wo woodI
I stoves stOvl but that the fires tlr were werelow low and be did didnot didnot I
not think tin that tht the house hoU was wa set st on fire f from fromthe fom fomthe fromthe I Itbe
the s stovoc to tvo van They Tor Theyleft left lef a alightedlamp lighted lght lamp on tho thotabln thotablnandlt
tbe tablnandlt tabln and an It la bg generally bnerybUer neraflybellevedthat believed that tht a adog adogwhch adogwhich dog dogwhich
which whch was 8 left lef In the home hou and ad which met metthe mt mtth metthe
the th same ne fate tt as the boys by upset upt the table tableon tableon tableon
on which the tb lamp lap was placed placedn plad pladn
n CLAY CLAJ KING KNO DEAD IN 1 PRISON PRISONWealthy PRSm PRSmWeaty PRISONWeilihy
Wealthy Weaty Memphis Ilemphi Lawyer Lwtr Who W o Shot David DavidPoston OuldPoton DaidPolton
Poston Passe Away Awr In I Jail JailMEMPHIS JailMaILznIs al alI
MEMPHIS MJlPHI8 Tenn Dee D 10 10H H Clay OIIY King Kingof Kingof Kingof
I of Memphis MepW died de this thi morning In the pool penitentiary pooltentlary ¬ I
tentiary tnta In Nashvlllo Nahvlo whero he had h been beenconfined ben bencnne beenconfined
confined cnne for eleven elevn years Y8rs He le was wa flint flintsentenced tlrlt tlrltsentn flutsentenced
sentenced sentn to t be hanged haged but this ths was wa com commuted 000 000mute cornranted ¬
muted mute to t life Ile imprisonment lprsornent He killed killedDavid kle killedDavid
David Poston Potn a lawyer lawer of this city and andattorney ad adattrney andattorney
attorney attrney for the the Southern Suthern Railway Riway over a apoint apoint apoint
point In litigation litigationBoth ltgaton litigationBoth I
Both men came ce of well wel known families familiesin ralcs ralcsIn
in the South Suth Both were wealthy wOlthy and the thekilling thokiing thekilling
killing kiing was one of tho most mot sensational sensationalcrimes fnatonal fnatonalcimea sensationalcrimes
crimes cimea In the history hltrj of this tbi city Numer Numerous Nwnerou Numnerone ¬
one ou efforts elorta were made to get a pardon paron for forKing forKing forKing
King who wrote wrot pamphc pamphlets to the publio publiofrom publo publofrom pubilofrom
from his hi cell cl giving his hi side of the te caso caseDuring casoDuring casoDuring
During his hl fatal illness Incs a final t effort efort was wasmade WI WImade wasmade
made to get him hll pardoned padone In I order orde that thathe thatbe thatlie
he might die at homo but there thorowl therowas was always alwayssuch alwayssuch alwayasuch
such Intense Intr opposition opP0Iton that the Governor Governordid Goveror Goverordid Governordid
did not care to interfere Intrfere Hi Bil ills wifo and two twogrown twogown twogrown
grown gown daughters were with him hi when death deathcame dcathcae deathcame
came cameGOV cae cameGO
GO GOV BACUELDERS SALARIES SALARIESProoecellnKs S1LARIESProotelnra SALARiESProeeedtni
ProoecellnKs Prootelnra Begun to Oust Out Him as Secre Secretary Seere Seeretary ¬
tary tar of tho Agriculture AGleulore Board BoardNABHUA BoardNASIUA HoardNAwLUA
NABHUA NASIUA N H Doc 10 10Mayor Mayor J J JDowle JDowie JDowie
Dowie of this city and Patrick J Sullivan Sullivanof Sulvan Sulvanof
of Manchester Mancheer today went ent to Concord Concordand Concrd Concrdand Concordand
and entered entere quo warranto warnto proceedings proceedingsagainst prdings prdingsagainst proceodingsagainst
against M 1 J Bachelder Governor of New NewHampshire Nl11 NtvHampshire
Hampshire to oust him from thu office ofc of ofSecretary orcrtar ofScrotary
Secretary crtar of the Board Dard of Agriculture Agricultureunder Ariculuro Ariculurounder Agriculturounder
under the article of the constitution contiution which whichis whichI
is I alleged alege to prohibit tho Governor Goveror acting actingou acing
ou 1 holder of any office ofco which might bo bofilled 0 befilled
filled fle by him himMr himM himMr
Mr M Meelmm Meham editor of the Concord ConcordPatriot ConcordPatrot ConcordPatriot
Patriot Patrot is the plaintiff and tho proceedings proceedingshave procdlnga i ihave
have a distinctly Democratic flavor favor aa aatho nathe 1 1tho
tho counsel couDiel mentioned mentonfd are active actve In the theminority timeminority I Iminorty
minority minorty party pary The e name a me objections objecions were werobrought wcrobrought werebrought
brought when it was WI proposal propolo to have tho thoGovernor theGovernor I
Governor Goeror made president of the State StateCollege StateClege StateCollege
College Clege Judge Young Youg of the Superior SuperiorCourt SuperiorCourt i iCourt
Court will wll order arer a hearing bering in January JanuaryThe Jaluar JanuaryThe I
The Te Governor draws drws several Stato salaries salariesSUBWAY Illarle salariesSJJIWAY i iSrDWAI
SUBWAY SrDWAI ROAD TO BE Il EXTENDED EXTENDEDDy
Dy Elevated Elevttt to Van an Cortlandt Park ark If Prop Property Pop Property ¬
erty rt Owners OII1ont Dont Object ObjectAugust ObJel ObJelAugu8t ObjectAugust
August Belmont Dlmont president prsident of the Inter Interborough Interbrugh Interborough
borough brugh Rapid Rpid Transit Trant Company applied appliedto applcd I
to the Rapid Rpid Transit Tansit Commission Commialon yester yesterday yesterday eater eaterday ¬
day for leave to t extend the subway lubway road roadfrom rad roadfrom I Itrm
trm from the terminal ternal at Klngsbridge by an anelevated anelevated
elevlte elevated railroad rara to Van Cortlandt Crlandtark CrlandtarkThe ParkThe Park ParkThe I
The length of r the e extension extnin will wi be b about abouta abut abuta
a mile and ad will wf cost o st about abut K90cm 490 490000 The Thocommissioners Thecommissioners I Icommoners
commissioners wero willing yesterday estray to toauthorize t toauthorize
11lnl
commoners authorize the lengthening lengthenlB of the rood ra but butBurnetts butupn butupon
upon the suggeston suggestion of John CAfn CiaflIn It was wasdecided 8
deldo decided upn to tobebest be Olt to giv give a apublioheaning publo heang to tothe tothe
the propery property owers owners noxt Tuesday TuesdayBurnett TuealY TuealYOlleU
Burnetts OlleU Vanilla nla Cxtrrt Cxtrrtfeed CUrartLtd CstraettJsed
feed Ltd vltff Ad sad a Ubly hllr codontd cadorld tor aU a Iwuflnt lel howls howlsvltff Mll MtslaAd
e
I
SHOTBYBOYINWOMANSHOTEl SHOTBYBOYINWOMANSHOTElSCORE SHOT BY BOYINWOMANSHOTEL BOYINWOMANS HOTEL HOTELScOItI
SCORE Oh 0 GUESTS IS1 SEE SE IT SOM SOMSCREAM SOUE SOUESRI SOhIEScIl1t1
SCREAM SRI UI SOME FAINT FAINTKlevntor FUTInator FAINTEIentor
Klevntor Attendant Atendant After Arer a Quarrel Hill WMIthe Wih Wihtho Hillthe
the Boss 10 1 Bellboy lelboy Returns Returs and Fires FlreiTwo FiresTwo Ire I Iwo
Two wo Bullets I11et8 Into Him Ilmnldnt JlItnflIdnt nitlnt Meat MeatTo llen llenTo MeanTo
To Ho 10 Saystils SaII Victim May Die DieHenry BIDHenry DieHenry
Henry McAuley an elevator boy em employed emploe empioyed
ployed ploe In tho Hotel Martha Marha Washington Washlngtorat Waahlngon Waahlngonat
at 20 East Elt Twentyninth street stret fired fred two twcballets twobletalnto twobhlets
ballets bletalnto Into William Wiim Morrissey Morisy captain ol olho of oftho ofthe
the ho bellboys lelboja yesterday resterdaj The shooting shootingtook Ihootng Ihootngtook shootinglook
took place plce In the office ofce of the hotel one onescared and andare andseared
scared are a score 80re of women guests who saw eavthe sw swthe sawthe
the row rowOno rowOn rowOne
Ono On bullet bulot struck Morrissey Morrlsa just above aboveho aboetho abovetho
tho left Icf elbow and shattered shatere thobono the bono of the thearm theIrm thearm
arm Irm The second lond landed just above the theheart thehor theheart
heart hor The To injured Injure man was taken to the theNew IheNew theNow
New York Hospital where It was WIS said last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night that his condition condiion was very er serious seriousIlia srloul serlouIih
Ilia H assailant aAlant was locked loke up in the Tender Tenderloin Tenderloin Tenderloin ¬
loin station stationThe stationThe
staton statonThe
The hotel Is for women only and has IIORabout h3 h3abut hasabout
about abut BOO 50 guests now It I is I not altogether altogetheian alogethor alogethoran
an AdamlesH AdameS Eden for the t he guoats guo ts are ar per permitted pr prmited permittod ¬
mitted mited to receive men visitors vllltol ontho on tho ground groundfloor grund grundflor groundItoor
floor flor Men cn and women may dine together togethctin
in the hotel restaurant reftaUrnt and ane use UI the recap reception recoptlon recaption ¬
tion rooms roms and tho office officeTlicro ofc officeThere
There were about twenty guests gUo ts young youngand youngand oungInd
and Ind middle ag ngtlobut agedabout labout tho office ofce at 4 oclock oclockyesterday ocock ocockycster oclockyesterday
yesterday ycster ay afternoon aferoon when the soothing soothingoccurred loothlng loothlngocurod soothingoccurred
occurred ocurod A fow of them were chatting chattingwith chattingTith chattingwith
with men friends frlendl The office ofc Is II a large largesquare largesuare largesquare
square suare room with the clerks desk dek on 01 one oneeido onesleo oneside
side sleo and the elevators elovtor opposite oppsle Setteee Setteeeare Stes Stesa Setteesare
are a ranged rnged about tho other two tides tidesThere Ilde sidesThere
There Ter was WI no preliminary prlminar quarrel quarl be between b between ¬
tween twen the tle two youths youthf and the first fret th thwomen the thewomen thewomen
women heard was a report rpor from a revolver revolverFollowing revolverFolowing revolverFollowing
Following Folowing the report repor came a succession sucCslon of olfeminine offeminine offeminine
feminine shrieks then the second scond report reportand rport rportand reportand
and more shrieks shrieksSeveral shrlelaSeveral shrieksSeveral
Several women fainted fainte and fell fel on the thesofas tholotas thesofas
sofas lotas or tumbled tumble to the floor Those that thatdid thatdid
did not faint kept kEt on screaming scrlarlng and the thechorus thechorus thechorus
chorus could culd bo heid In the tc street strot The Thewomen Thewomen
women who fainted fnlntr hud to lie le where they theywere th theywere Y Ywere
were for fol a time for thoso who might have havehelped hvo hvohelpEd havohelped
helped them were too much excited cxclte to do doanything doanything doanything
anything anythingSome anythingSme anythingSome
Some Sme of the older olde guests gueat who hadnt hadntcollapsed hlt hltcollpse hadntcollapsed
collapsed collpse jumped jumllt from the sofas stl and ran rangOTonmlng ransceamng ranscreaming
screaming sceamng down the corridors cridors to Twenty Twentyninth Twentynlnlb Twentyninth
ninth street Itrot Two young women who whohad whohnd whohad
had been bn chatting chating at the bide Ilde of the room roomseemed roomseee roomseemed
seemed seee to t lose their teir wits wi entirely and andstanding andt4ndllg andst4ndlng
standing t4ndllg up Just screamed 8reamo at the te top tl of oltheir ofthm oftheir
their
lungs lungsIt lungsI
It I was some sme time tme before all the guests guestagot get guestsgot
got their teIr wits wlt back bac and Manager Mange James JomwM JI JamesM
M Case Cille could begin to straighten ttralgbten matters mattersout muttrs muttrsout mattersout
out and find fnd out how badly baly Morrissey MOfriwy was washurt washurt
hurt hurtThe burtThe hurtThe
The shooting grew rew out cf rr bad bl feeling feelig be between b betwoon ¬
tween the elevator boy by and the captain cptl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bellboys blb who also alo had charge oharg of the theelevator theelvtor theelevator
elevator elvtor boys bo McAuley wa was 17 1 yearn yei old olda
a member membr of tbo Seventyfirst Rentylnt Regiment Regimentand Rglnnt Rglnntand
and lived lve with Tlt Mr M And Mrs Mr Stevens StUD at it itWtst 14 14West t tWest
West Wtst Thirtyfourth Thyfouh street strt Morrisay MorTIhlI MorTIhlIW who whoroom whowas
W was Iv five years roWer oWer OUI occupied a I furnished furnishedroom
rmallEt room At atattEast til East Twentyninth wmtynlth street atreetlwlt with withTlie withThomas I
Thol Thomas MCn McCann head Intmn hailman In th tin hotel hotelThis notel notelTie
This Tie two squabbfed squabb early earl in the th day dy In the thelocker th thebelier I
locker loer room rm downstairs d01tlrs McAufoy Mcuy left leftthe leftthe
the hotel hotl shortly ahrly afterward afterwar but Manager ManagerCose Magr MagrC ManagerCase I
Case C declared declred later that the th boy by had hd not notbeen notbeen i
been bn discharged dlahrgd McCann Mc says that tht the theelevator thoelevator theelevator
elevator boy by drew drw his pay and ay intended to toquit toquit
quit qut I
quitFrederick
Frederick Mclaughlin McLuhln the clerk was wasbehind wa wasbehind
behind ohid the counter when whe MoAuley MoAlley re returned r returned ¬
turned turedln in the aferoon afternoon Montesey 110nLey was wasalso wasahl4
810 also behind the counter cuer looking lookig after the thecnlla thecnlh themile
mile cnlh and had hd his back bck turned tue According Accordingto AcrlK
to the clerk clerktliu tho elevator eleator boy walked waled walkedup up u to tothe tothe tothe
the counter to within wihin a few fe feet of Mar Marrlsecy Menrissey or orr1ey
rlsecy r1ey drew the revolver and pointed pointe It Itjtiet ItJIlt itjust
just JIlt oa O Murrlssey Morlev turned turnedLook ture turnedLook
Look Luk outl out lies les going gig to shoot Ihot you yourolled youyelled ou oureled
rolled reled the clerk c1rk but he le was wa too late latoMeAuley lateMcAuley I
MeAuley McAule turned his face fac away from frm his hisenemy hi hisenemy
enemy enem and fired lrd the two shots ehotl Then he helooked helooked i ilooked
looked around arund put the revolver revoe Into his hispocket hi hispocket i iket
pocket ket and started stare down tho corridor cridor for forhe fortbo fortime
time he street Itllt Michael Earl l a porter prer seized seizedhim s1lzedhm e1zedhim
him hm and held on to him until unti Policeman PollcemonBaldwin PolicemanBaldwin I
Baldwin Bldwin Kurz and Heesian Heemn arrived arrved An Anambulance i inmhulnc Iambulance
ambulance nmhulnc took the wounded wourdt man mn to the thehospital thehospial thehospital
hospital after tho policemen confronted him himwith himwith
hospial afer plcemen onrrnto
with wih the prisoner prisonerThat prisonerThat I
That Tat Is proner pronerTat the man that shot me You Voupaid Yousaid I I
tnld paid youd do me and you have done it itsaid Itsaid I Iuid
said the wounded man manWhy manWhy manWhydkl
Why Whydkl did di he do dolt it one on of the th policemen policemenasked polcmn policemenasked I Iaecd I
asked askedI aecd aecdI
I d dont ont know why was wa < all a that Morrisseycould Morrissey Morrisy Morriaseycould
could coud say before bfor ho became bcam unconscious unconsciousOn unconcous unconcousOn I
On the th way to tho station Pollrrman PollrrmanBaldwin Polkrman PolkrmanBldwin PohiermanBaldwin
Baldwin Bldwin asked Ik > tho prUoiur promr why hy he did tho thoshooting thoahootn theshooting
shooting ahootn and he got thh anwor answerlie anworlie i
lie le teased tnd mo and Mc worried me and got gottho gottho I
tho other boys bys to shun me He tried trll to tomalkO
malkO no it to o hard for me mt that I could not stay stayhero I Ihtr
hero mie htr The other boys bYI got so they would wouldnot woud wouldtiot i inot
not associate asOlate with me meI IC i
I expected oxpotod to t got a whole lot of tips tipsat tps tipsat i int
at Christmas Chrltl from the women and he was wastho wnathe wasthe
the cause caue of mo getting petlng out of an my job jobThe jobThe
The Te captain cptin was always after me and I tcould Icould Icoukl
could see so that he wanted want to get me out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hotel hotelAt hotelAt hotelAt
At the station ho said that ho was M an anorphan anorphan
staton tt
orphan orhan nnd did di not know his 1 parents parnts or orwhere orwbere orwhere
where he was 11 born br Ho added adde that tat he hewas hewal hewas
was wal excited excted at the time of tho shoetine ahootng and anddid anddid
nnl
did not know what he was W doing I didnt didntmean didntmen didntmean
men mean to t shoot him hi he added addedMcCnnn ndde addedMcCann
McCnnn McOnn says 8 that McAuley Intended Intende to toshoot tohoot toshoot
shoot him hi also alsoA at atA alsoA
A well wel dressed dros woman wom went into the thehotel thellotel thehotel
hotel at 1230 oclock ocok this morning moring and be began b begao ¬
gan screaming Oh why wh did he do It ItShu I ItShu
Shu acremng was hysterical bsterlel and na apparently had hadbeen hadbOn hadbeen
been bOn drinking drinkig A number numLr of guests of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hotel who wero returning returing from the thetheatre tlO tlOtheatro thetheatro
theatro tried trlt to calm cm the woman womn but nho nhobecame Iho Ihobccame shobecame
became even elpn more agitated agitate Finally Flnulyshe FlnulyshetOTO she shotore shetore
tore off of her hat and fell fel to tho floor floorPoliceman tlor tlorPollclan floorPoliceman
Policeman Pollclan Smith was called le in and took tooktho tok tokthe tookthe
the woman to the Tenderloin station staion whero wheresho whero6hl wherosimo
sho 6hl wan Wn1 locked loko up for intoxication Intoxlc ton She Shetold Shetold Shetold
told the sergeant Irgont that she Iho wan WI Annie Anie Meloy
22 yearn wr old and refused rcfu8 to toglveheradre3 give her address addressLater addresslAter
Later she told the matron alma was Mary MaryFrances Mar MaryFrances
Frances Frnces Costello Cost 010 and lived Ivo in Madison Madisonavenue MadUn MadUnInue Madisonaenue
avenue Inue near ner lIGth IGh street atrtl She wore a alarge 0 alarge
large diamond cmmond ring and diamond dimond earrings earringsIt earrigs earrigsIt
It was WI as wild tld at the Martha Washington WashingtonHint Washingon Washingontlat
Hint tlat tho woman WOmn was Wi not known there thereCOLD thereGOID heroWLD
COLD MINK MINIT 1 TO 7 LlfK LUJ SAVERS SAVERSIcnry St lERS lERShenry
henry lenr Behrens lives Hair lal of Ills ii Strike Striketo Streto
to lien In Who Saved Sant Him HimTACOMA 11m 11m1ACOA himlACOMA
TACOMA 1ACOA Wash Dec 10 10Icau 10Because Because they theylived
lived sled him from starvation ttaraton in the wilds wildsf wld wildsof
at f Alaska Henry lenry Uratnober Hrtnoor a mining ex exiert expert axpert
pert iert and Jack Dalton Dalon Alaska AIlka pathfinder pathfindervlll pathfndj pathfndjwi
vlll wi receive rCho a half Interest in a rich placer placerold placr placrgold placergold
gold old strike strle made in 1 September Sptembr by Henry HenryJehrens HenryBhrcns HenryBebrens
Jehrens Bhrcns an Alaskan Allkan prospector whoso whosoJiomo whol whosohome
homo is in New York YorkLast YorkInst YorkLast
Last summer BcbrensstartedfrornValdes BcbrensstartedfrornValdesor Dhrensltrd Bobrens started from Vald Valdea Valdeafor a
for or Tanana River Iver in 1 I soaroh Baroh of a nameless namelessreek Dlelee Dleleecrek namelesscrook
reek crek which was WI represented represnted to him hm aa aavry asvery
wry rich in gold old After Afer losing two rafts raftsm raft raftson
on m the upper uppr Tanana Bohrens Bhrns struck out outnto outInto outinto
Into nto the wilderness ldernei and got lost lostBratnobor lostBrtnber lostBratnober
Bratnobor Brtnber and Dalton Daln came cme along with withL wth
a L pack train looking lookl for an extension of ofCopper ofCopper f
Cpper Copper River copper cpper lodge ogei and found foundtehrena foundBehreM foundflehrens
tehrena who had ha been ocn for eighteen el hteon days daysrltliout da daItlout dayswithout
without Itlout food They Tor remained rmaine several Averl days daysnd da daand daysand
and nd left him hi all al the provisions proviion he desired desiredBehrens delr desiredBehrens
Behrens Bhren renewed rewod his search INmh for the creek creeknd crek crekand creekand
and nd In I September found it Ho o says M it iti It itis
I is i wonderfully wneu rich rch I
DEER JUMPED IU1PlD INTO HIS IlS nED IIEDIletldent lIEDhtesldent I
Iletldent Utlllnt of Cambrlclite Cambrllle SUM Ia lies 111 a Live Lively Unly1hue Livelylime I ITime
Time With Wih a Prando 1ranlo Animal AnimalBOSTON AnimalBOSTON AninisiBosToN
BOSTON Deo 10 10Deer Deer are becoming bcoming B Bplentiful so soplentul soplentiful
plentiful plentul In Massachusetts MIchu8etl that ths morn morning mornIng mornlag ¬
ing Arthur Athur White Whie and Elmer E Blackman Blarktnanoccupying Bladmanocupyng Blackmanoccupying
occupying ocupyng rooms room on the first f story ItOr of the theapartment theapartment theapartment
apartment house at 40 10 Massachusetts Macsnchusettiavenue MaFsochuaetll MaFsochuaetllaonuo Massachusettsavenue
avenue Cambridge Cambrdge had a fright because Jeclsoor Jeclsoortho ol oltho of ofthe
tho frantic rranto attempts atempts of a full ful grown doe do t tclimb to toclmb toclimb <
climb clmb into bed b with them themWhite themWhite I IWhlto
White was WI asleep at 7 oclock when he hewas hewal hewas
was wal awakened awallene by what Bounded sounde to him like llkfthe Iko Ikothe likethe
the laborious efforts of intoxicated
efors an Intoxlcatt mar marto mn mnto manto
to mount tho stairs atalr Tho next moment his hlidoor hi hisdoor
door was WI burnt bUlt open opn with a crash cah and I Ilarge a alarge alarge
large deer bounded bunde in and made mao adivefoithe adivefoi adlveforthe a dive for forthe
the bed b White used ust his bare feet in an areffort anelort aneffort
effort elort to ward war off ol tho attack atack of the animal animaland aim animaland
and In then thfn reinforcements relnforcmente came cme in the form ol olhis of ofhla ofhis
his friend Blackman Daokmn Together they made madean mde mdean madean
an effort eor to get the deer dor into a corner orer but bulthe butthe butthe
the strength of the animal anIml was WI too to muchfoi muchfoithem much muchforthorn for forthom
them themThe thomThe thornThe
The struggles of the man mn and deer com completely complctely cornpletoly ¬
pletely wrecked cckt the furnishings furnishing in two twcrooms tworooma tworooms
rooms Finally Finaly with the aid of outsiders outsiderwho outsiderswho outsiderswho
who came to the rescue rroue the t hl doe was wa pennd pennedInto penndInto penndinto
Into a closet 006et where it wrought havoc havocwith havoowith havocwith
with Whites Whlol clothing Lnter I4ter the animal animalwas animalwas
was 11 locked lockt In a stable It I had ha been ben chased chosecalong chnae chasedalong
along Massachusetts M8cusets avenue 0 for a mile mlo be before before before ¬
fore seeking safety in Whites Whlel bed bt The Thedeer Thedeer Thedeer
deer evidently came from the Mlddleeei MlddleeeiFells Middleex MiddleexFela MiddlesexFells
Fells Fela
DIES IN TUB A 1 r A 4 C CHarry CIarry Charry
Harry Iarry Jerollman eroUmin Magistrate Ilaptratf Flammrri FlammrriUrotlierlnLaw FlaminersBrotherinLaw ammrrs ammrrsnrothrrlnLaw
UrotlierlnLaw Stricken StrickenHarry Stricen StricenHarr StrickenHarryJemlirnan
Harry Harr HarryJemlirnan Jeroliraan Jerlrnn an assistant aitnt asalstantdoputy deputy clerk clerlon cerk cerkon clerkon
on Naval Officer Ofcer Robert Rbert A Sharkeys staff staffwas 11f staffwas
was wa stricken with wit apoplexy applexy In the New York YortAtbletioClub YorkAtbletio YorkAthletic
AtbletioClub Athletic Club yesterday yeteray afternoon aferoon and died diedbefore die diedbefore
before a doctor dootr could cud be summoned summonedMr swnone
Mr Ir Jeroliraan Jerolman complained cmplne of being bein it itat I Ill Illat
at the Custom CUtor House Houo yesterday yestrday afternoon afternoonand at afternoonand rnoon rnoonInd
and Ind Head Hed Clerk Green Gren had ha anotherossUtunl anotherossUtunlsee anoterlslalnt anoterlslalntSe another assistant assistantsee
see Se him home Tho pair left the Sixth Sixthavenuo Sith Sithacnuo Sixthavenue
avenue elevated eelatec train trai at Fiftyninth Fttynlnth street streetMr streetMr treL treLIr
Mr > Ir Joralimun Jorlman explaining expllnlng thut he wanted wlmto tc tcpay t topay
pay a bill bi at the club The clerk cerk waited wllte out outsidu outsido outaide
aide while wble Mr Joroliman Jorlan went to the base basement basemeat ¬
ment of the club clubA Club ClubA
A member heard him cry out a moment momentlater moent moentlater momentlater
later and running rnning down found hIm lying lyingunconscious lyig lyigunoonciou lyingunconscious
unconscious unoonciou oa the floor foor He was dead deadbefore derd derdbfore deadbefore
before bfore a physician reached rache him himMagistrate himlagttrRtn him himMagistrate
Magistrate lagttrRtn Flammer Fhtmer Mr Ir JeroUnians JeroUniansbrotherinlaw Jerlruln JerlrulnbrotherinIa Jerolirmi ans ansbrotherinlaw
brotherinlaw was immediately Inetly notified notifiedThe noUaeTe notifiedThe
The Te Magistrate Magltntc sent his hi nephew Edward Ead F FFlammer F11aer Fulanuner
Flammer 11aer to t tako te charge of the body by while whilehe whie whiehe whilebe
he himself hmsel summoned swunone Mr ltr JeroUmans JeroUmanl two twcsisters twosltl twosisters
sisters sltl Emma Ema and Olive Olve from the Jerolimari Jerolimarihome Jerollan Jerollanhome Jerolinmarmhome
home 228 22 West Wet Seventyfifth Seventyffth street Itreet to his hiaown hi hiown hisown
own 843 8 West WtJt End avenue The body bodywas by byWQ bodywas
was WQ taken tken to t an Eighth avenue aveue undertaking undertakingestablishment udeting udetingetzblilent undertakingestablishment
establishment etzblilent after Coroner Scholar Shole Issued Issueda
a Detroit DetroitMr Dtnlt DtnltI netrnltMr
I Mr iferollman eolma was wlbr born In this Chl city ct Sept Sp
13 11841 J849 He had b been bn attached attht to tte tothe the Naval NavalOffice NavalGibes
Office Omolor 191 for forty foy years ye entering it as a an anoffice anoffice
otcbTupder office boy under dar Addison AddlonL elWilt Lttffllh He Hebe Hebece be beouiie becans
ouiie ce cans IJo vinomjer of th the < KeirToVrAtittlt KeirToVrAtittltClub New Yc YorAtb1pt1tr YorAtb1pt1trClub
Clb Club In IBS I 18e He was unmarried u umunanedUv1ng umunanedUv1ngwith Uvlng Uvlngwith vluli vluliwt
wt with his hi sisters Jtm at the West Wet Seventyfifth SeventyfifthBtieet SvetynUh SvetynUhstle
Btieet stle t address addressTHIEF adr adrIIKF addressThIEF
THIEF IIKF CHASED INTO WATER WATERAfter WATERArn WATERAlter
After Arn Stealing lteallne a Check and ad Trying Tlne to Cain CainIt CuhI Cashft
It I at a Honoken lohoken flank IlankDetective nankDetClve flankDetective
Detective DetClve Sergeant Srgeant Julius JUIUH Nelson Nelon of ofHoboken ofloboken oflloboken
Hoboken loboken BOW W Teller Tellr Robert UoLr B McCague Mcge of oftho orthe ofthe
the First Frt National NatonKI Bunk Bnk at Newark Newak and andHudson andHudson andHudson
Hudson streets atreetl chase a man down the thebank thebank thebank
bank steps stlp early yesterday afternoon afternoonHe af rooD i iHe
He quickly got a move on and lnd followed followedtbo folowe followedthe I
the man into the tht Lackawanna Lokaanna Railroad Railroadyards Rirod Railroadyards
yards yardsThe yardaTho yardsThe
The stranger jumped Jumpd aboard aoar a passenger passengertrain penger pengertlaln passengertnLin
train tlaln which wbch was wa leaving leavg the station staton and andNelson andeion andNelson
Nelson eion climbed cUmb on thu steps sttp of the next nextcar nextcr nextcar
car Half a minute later both were on onthu onthe
cr Hal I Itho
the ground gound groundand and tho race rac continued cntnue over overtho overtho I Itho
tho tracks to a lumber lumbr wharf wharfTho whar wharfTho
Tho detective deteclo drew drw his hi revolver and Ind fired flredone fr firedone
one shot to head off ol the fugitive rugtve The Tholatter Thelatter I
latter later fell fel into a narrow canal cnal Nelson Nelsonthreatened NelsonthreteDt Nelsonthreatened
threatened to shoot him if I he didnt swim swimashore swimashore
threteDt sm smashore
ashore ashoreThen ashoreThen
Then the man mn climbed climbt out on the wharf wharfHe whar wharfHe
He made me a despenxto deprato effort efort to get Nelsons Nelsonsrevolver Nelona Nelonarvohcr Nelsonsrevolver
revolver rvohcr before ho submitted submite to arrest arrestThu arH arrestThe
The prisoner was Wi booked bolld as 1 Frank Frn Stone Stone19ycarsoldof Stone19carsoldot Stoneiayearsoldof
19ycarsoldof YoungstownOhio Youn towOho A check checkwhich chec checkwhIch
which had ha been stolen from A Hussncrrs Hussncrrssaloon Huasnerrasaloon 1 1salon
saloon salon in the te Fourth Fourh ward Tar on Wednes Wednesday Wenl ¬ I
day night was WI found in his possession possessionHo pealon I
Ho lD tried trlt to cash ch the check at the bank bankand bn bankand
and Teller Teler McCague Mcge knowing kowng that tmt it had hodfallen ha hadfallen I Itall
fallen tall en into the possession pueesion of a a a burglar burglarhurriedly burgla burglarhurriedly
hurriedly burey left his cage ege and went ent after ater him himHIGHBINDER hlmHIHDINDEn himHIGHEINDEI1
HIGHBINDER HIHDINDEn WAR I IN FRISCO FRISCOMurder PRISCOIurtr FRESCOMurder
Murder Iurtr Laid to Society Which llleh Suspected SuspectedChinaman Suprctt SuspectedChinanian
Chinaman Ciaman of Treachery TreacheryRAV Tlachll TreacherySMr
SAN FRANCISCO FRNCSC Cat Ca Dec De 10 10A A High Highbinder Highbinder Highbinder ¬
binder war wa in Chinatown Cblntwn which broke out outearly outely outearly
early ely this thll week wok was wa mko marked today tay by b the themurder thomurder themurder
murder of Ah Toy fisherman fherman who was wasshot Wl Wlshot wasshot
shot down by Hop Sing hatchetman hathetma be because becaul because ¬
cause caul that society solety suspected sute he had carried carriedinformation clod clodIntormtlon carriedinformation
information Intormtlon to its Is rivals rlva the te Sen Suey Ting YingSociety YlngSoolet TingSociety
Society SocietyA Soolet i iA
A few hours hous before bffore this killing kiing an attempt attemptwas attcmptWI
was WI mado to murder Har Get of the Son SenSucy Sn SnSucr SonSucy
Sucy Ilougs by Ting Jew of tho Hop Slugs SlugsThu BlugsTo SingsThu
Thu To lattors laterslm aim was wa poor and he missed mlshis mlshisma his hisman hisman
man ma Ha then throw thew his revolver into a acellar acelar acellar
cellar celar way and an fled fledTho fed fedTho fledThe
Tho Chinese Merchants Association Aeolaton is istrying Istflng istrying
trying tflng to end the feud as I it Is II injuring injuringbusiness Iuring Iuringbuain6 injuringbusinoasand
buain6 businoasand business and merchants merchat fear fer it will wi lead to todrastic todltlc todrastic
drastic dltlc measures meaeu by the police policeRICHARD polc polcRICHARIJ loliceRICHARD
RICHARD HI 11 KENT INJURED INJUREDThe IUREDTo
The Piano Manufacturer Struck by the theShaft theShaft
To tle tleShan
Shaft of a Cart CartRichard Crt CrtIchard CartRichard
Richard Ichard M Bent the piano pino manufac manufacturer manutac manufaoturer ¬
turer who lives 1CI at 03 0 West Welt Fiftieth Flreth street streetwas sret sretWI streetwas
was WI knocked knolwd down by a horse hor and cart yes yesterday yesterday 08 08tcray ¬
terday tcray afternoon atemoon and severely bruised bruisedMr brl8 bruisedMr
Mr Bent Dnt who la I 71 years yere old had left his hisplace lilaplace I Iplc
place plc of business bualos at 707 Tenth avenue avenlo and andhad andhad andbad
had run out Into Sixth Sixh avenue at tho Four Fourteenth Fourtcnth FourIcentli ¬
teenth tcnth street strt corner in the hope hop of boarding boardinga boring i ia
a car c bound uptown uptow Ho dittnt dl dnt see s a cart cartdriven cartdriven cartdriven
driven by b y Louis Lui Freedman Feman coming crlg up and andthe andtbe andthe
the shaft Mat struck strok him in the shoulder shoulderMr Ihoul shoulderMr e
Mr Bent Bnt fell rel clear clo of the whooeU hols bu bustruck bustc bustruck
struck on his hi face fao braiding brlg hU face ta and andcutting andcutting andcutting
stc
cutting his now nO He le had to t be lifted lft Into Intothe Ito Itothe intothe
the cart crt by Freedman lran and Policeman PolicemanKennedy Polcema PolicemanKennedy
Kennedy Kenntyand and taken taen to t the Now York Hos Hospital lospital ¬ i ipltl
pital pitalTliere pltl
pltllere There lere ho revived and after his hi cuts wero werodressed werodre weredressed
dressed dre he Insisted Inlte on going home homeniodcett homeoledeet homehhlodgett
niodcett oledeet Is Mayor Jlaor of Lone Branch BranchLONO Drano DranchLONO
LONO LNG BnANCH BnANCl Dec 10 10EUnlted 10ExUnited ExUnited States Statescnator StatesSenator I ISentor
Sentor Senator cnator Rufus Blodgett Blodget was wa this ti afternoon afternoonlectod ateroon ateroonelec afternoonelected
elected elec Mayor Myor of Long Lng Branch Brch Mayor Mayorilodgett Myor MyorBlogt MayorBlodgett
for five chief executive executivejt
ilodgett was wa fva years yel1 exetive exetiveof
of Blogt LoncBranch LnLBrch having haYlnlluoe succeeded the th ito IttoMayor lte ltelyor itoMayorom
Mayor lyor Mayorom Brown llnn In 1 IW li lt3 u j
SCARE FOR FORAQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT BOARD BOARDPRESENT BOARDPllESE7T BOARDSPRESENT
PRESENT PllESE7T MEM 1EUlWS iIE4IIIIEIZS HERS HEAR lEAR IIEA if THEIR TUEIIJ011S THEInJOIIS THEIRdolls
dolls ARE I IN PERIL PERILThings lERl lERlTlnel PERILThings
Tlnel Things Might 1ht Happen nappn If I Odtll Oel and ad Model ModelIan SleClelIan lcCrl lcCrlIan
Ian Agreed Arrre That Tht a Different Dferent HlParll HlParllan mPrU mPrUIan fliPantisan
Ian an Outfit Would ould Do 00urt8 DoCurtis Curtis Off 01 tc tcWashington to toalhln5ton toWashtnton
Washington Where McClellan Ileellan Is IsWilliam IIWiim IsWilliam
William Wiim E Curtis Crla Aqueduct Commis Commissioner Cmml Commissioner ¬
sioner went to Washington on the Con Congressional Congressionl Congressional ¬
gressional gressionl Limited yesterday It was sale salethat saidthat
Limied yesterlY I 11 sld sldthat
that his errand errnd was WI to eee ee Mayorolecl MayoroleclMcClellan MyorleotMoCelan MayorelectMcClellan
McClellan MoCelan in I behalf bhal of the CommlBsIonorn CommlBsIonornwho Commllonol Commllonolwho
who are somewhat concerned oonored about politi political polti polticl political ¬
cal cl events hereabouts hereaboutsCommissioner horaouts horaoutsComlloncr hereaboutsCommissioner
Commissioner Comlloncr Curtis Cula was appointed as l a aDemocrat aDemort aDemocrat
Democrat Demort by Mayor law to fill 11 the vacancy vacancycaused vacnoy vacnoycud vacancycaused
caused cud by tho death deth of Maurice Maurlc J Power PowerAt PoworAt PowerAt
At the time of his appointment appoitment Tammany Tammanythought Tamny Tamnythought Tammanythought
thought it was 118 entitled cntted to namo the man manas pan panas an
as 1 the commission onnlon is II according acrding to the theletter theleter theletter
letter leter of the law bipartisan blprtln A com committee committ cornmittee ¬
mittee mitt was wa appointed appintd to wait on MayoiLow Mayor MayorLw MayorLow
Low Lw and ask Ik him to accept a recommenda recommendation recommendaton ¬
tion ton from Tammany TammanyGeorge Tammy TammyGerge TammanyGeorge
George Gerge B McClullan MclIian was 1 chairman chaiman of olthat ofthat ofthat
that committee ommltc Mayor Low Lw turned tune down dowrthe downthe downthe
the Tammany 1anunny request without ceremony ceremonyor
or waste wOte of unction uncton He appointed appointe Mr MrCurtis MrCurts MrCurtis
Curtis Curts never an organiatlon organiton man and andknown andknown andknown
known in the last lat Mayoralty Mayoraly campaign as ata asa asa
a Low Lw Democrat DemocratThe Dmocrt DmocrtThe DemocratThe
The other Democratic Demoorato member of the thecommission thecommlleJn theeommlssirn
commission commlleJn is Commissioner Comml3loner Ryan who whowhen whowheu whowhen
when Tammany was WI put out became bame a aShuuhon aSLelh1 aSheehan
Sheehan SLelh1 Democrat Demorat and is I how now regarded regardedIn
In Tammany as less desirable than a Re Republican Republcan Republican ¬
publican publcan The Republican Rpublcan commissioners commissionersare comml loll lollare
are William Wiiam H Ton Eyck leader of the theThirtyfourth theThirtyfourth theThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth Assembly A lrbly district ditrict and ad chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the executive oloute committee of the Re Republican Re Republcan Republican ¬
publican publcan county committee commltce and John P PWindolph PWln PWindulph
Windolph Wln phleaderot leader leadorof of the Thirteenth 1hlrtccnth dUtriot dUtriotAccording dLtrot dLtrotAcordlng dLtriotAccording
Mr Ten TorOdcll TenEyek TenEyck
According Acordlng to common comon report
Eyek hea head ha has Ul beep demando demanded reprtl by Gv GvOdl1 1ev 1evOdell
of olthe ofthe ofthe
Odcll a I as a part pat of his hl reorganization reurganlzaton
the Odl1 party paty iti II New York lrk county Com Commissioner Cm Cmmllolcr Cornnitissiomier ¬
missioner Windulphs district didnt dl nt do dovery duery doery
mllolcr very ery woll n for the l Republican causa caus last lastNovember lastNovember
November NovemberOno NovomborOno NovemberOne
Ono of the stories eorle current clrent during durn tho thocamiHilipi thoCamlkl1 thiocamlikign
camiHilipi was that thlt half hlif a I dozen dozn of Mr MrWindolphs MrWi MrWindoiphs
Camlkl1 Windolphs Wa election el ° etion district dLtrkt captains iptalna had hadresigned hndfslll hadresigned
elton
resigned Wi ollhs rather than support Low Lw who had hadgiven hl hadgiven
fslll given them thor nothing supprt Only two really reallyretired raly ralyretred reallyretired
retired retred but tho others were wer held in It was wasunderstood wasunderstood 1 1wlderltood
understood wlderltood by argument argumentNeither argent argentNeiher argumentNeither
Neither the Republican Uepublicn organization organzation aa aaGov aaGo ascloy
cloy Go Neiher Odell proposes to constitute It nor norram norrammany Tam Tammany Tamrny ¬
many rny Odel Hall lal prpSS has hl much t cOlsttUt interest Intret In I the te main mainI mai maniatenanceof
I tenanceof tennce or the thecoimnission commission conunllon aa 1 it now stands standsCommissioner standsComrrilssioner tand
Commissioner Ten Eyck got through the thelaw thelaw thelaw
Comnlcner law which made the terms toml of the to commis commissioner connl cominissioners ¬
sioner slonei for me life Ue or te rather rather1 as long OH 1 they theyshould Uleyboud thoyshould
should have anything to t < do doTo doTo doTo
boud To put thorn the1 anytig out and nd put new men in intheir Inteir Intheir
their teir places plOs Gov Odell Odel is considering cnK erlg the thepassage theplge thepassage
passage of a bill by the next lext Legislature Legislatureterminating Lelllture Lelllturetenatng Legislatureterminating
bi
i
plge terminating their unlimited unJmltt holding Such Suchan Suchan Suchan
an tenatng net would need the consent contlt of the Mayor Mayoror Maoror
or ne require Its Is ne passage pllage over his veto eto by u uvote I Iote anote
vote ote which bleh la beyond beon the present prent Repub Republican Rpub Rpublcn Republiasu ¬
lican strength Itrngth in the Legislature LegislatureFor Llilture LliltureFor
lcn For that reason rean the cooperation of Mayot MayotMcClellan Myor MyorMclell MayoCMcclellan
McClellan would Ixi necessary copraton As A Tam Tammany Tamnany Tarnmany ¬
many Mclell cures wou for neitherof neither L nec of the Democratic Democraticcominicaloners Dmocto Dmoctocmlon8 Demooratioconuuiaoner
cominicaloners nany the political practitioner practitionerthink prltonera prltonera11ht1mY priwtiUonerai
11ht1mY i cmlon8 think there therezeay may b bzm bzoom pltc room for o ova a deal de by bypublicans byhlo byiwhlth
iwhlth hlo Gy GoY Oel Odell mayn may mnune to fw new Be Bepublicxms
publicans publc and a Mayor McClellan MCelln two new newDemocrats nw nwDmocr newDemocrats
Democrats DemocratsThe DemocratsThe
Dmocr The Burr Dur engineering ongllorlg commission cmmlon wlikih wlikihMayor widtiiMayor hJ
Mayor Low Lw appointed on the water ol supply supplyquestion spply spplyqueslon supplyquestion
question queslon favors faol the te spending epndlng of almost almostS00 almostrA000000
160000000 in the near future That i1t corn oommuwion cm cmmllon cornnibision
muwion S00 it is understood may be b put plt out outof OJtor outof
mllon undelstoo
of oxiHfenoo txWeuo and ad the expenditure oftheve ofthevemillions or th thII1onl these thesemillions
millions II1onl placed plld with wih the expnditure new commission commissionthus commlilon commlilontla commissIonthus
thus tla largely lagely adding adig to its patronage patronageHumors Jatronal patronageRumors
Humors HUlom of the proposed legislation 1gildatcn have haverroohcd hav havereiwhed
rroohcd Inhd the commissioners commllionl rs oral ad tho min mineion ml mlIon riiision
eion Ion of Commissioner Cmml loner Curtis Curti to t Washington Washingtonwas Wahngton
was 1 as UHjcUd tUIICtd to be b to ascertain a rtll where whre the thonew thenew tinnew
new Mayor stood on thu deal dealTammany dla dealTamnmany
Tammany stco prophets prophft eold ead that if I Com Commissioner Comml Cornmissioner ¬
missioner ml slonpr Curtis Cuti didnt catch ath a cold it itwould ItIoud Itwould
would Ioud bo b because bcaW ho was wa immune Inuune from fromchills fromohls fromchills
chills chillsMISSED ohls ohlsYISSED chillsMISSED
MISSED TRAI TRAIN TIMIN00T GOT MARRIEDThe MARRIED YARraEDTe
Te The Lucky Lock Thing Ctne That lat Happened pptnt to J JFreel JIrcl JFrci
Freel Ircl Ulbeson In Bayport Raprt L I I 1Mrs II IMrs
Mrs I J Fred Fe Gibcson 0Ic8n of 147 West Sixty Slxtyfirfit SLtyfrst Sixtyfirst
first frst street stltt might mllht still sti have been 1een Lillian LillianDonihee Liian LillianDonihee 1 1Donlhee
Donihee if I she htd hd only ony taken a chaperone chcperonouloiig chaperonealong
along on the te trip she and her he fiance tano made madelast mde madelast
last Tuesday Tosy to Bayport Brprt L I 1 Mr Gibe GlboBon G Gibeson e i ison
son a dealer deler in pianos and organs In New NewBrunswick NewDrnelcl NewBrunswick
Brunswick Drnelcl had hd been ben engaged to Miss MissDonlheo M MissDonlheo
Donlheo Donheo for some sle time tie Miss MIB Donlhoo Donlo had hadlost h hadlost
lost her father recently rcently BO I she so thought tlouQht that thatthey thattley thatthey
they tley bad bd better Itt wait a while whie Mr Gibeeon Gibeeonwas Glben GlbenWIS Gibesonwas
was WIS urgent ucent but Miss I Donlhoo Donho was firm firmMr fm fmMr firmMr
Mr Gibeson Gleln proposed propos a trip tp to Bayport Bayportlast Byort Byortlast Bayportlast
last TlHiiisday Ihlll lay Hu bad bomo ble business businessthere bune8 busbiesethere
there
thereAnd And I went along just jurt for companys companystake cmpcnys cmpcnysfk oompanyssake
take fk Mrs Gibcuon Ohctn explained explllned to a SUN SUNreporter SU SUreporttr Sureporter
reporter reporttr last 116t nl 1111 nizbit > it We were to t como comoback cmH cmHba comeback
back ba the same le afternoon cferon But Bayport Doypor Is Issuch I issuch
such luch on awfully awrul little ltle plccolhatwe p place c that we missed missedour mlR missedour I Iour
our trnin trlinthe trainthe the only one that leaves le vcs there thereIn tere tereI thereIn
In the afternoon aftornoonIts etnon afternoonIts I
I Its Is such a lonely little lte place Jlaothere placethere there Is Isthe I Isthe I Ithe
the hotel suc and Long Lng Island Sound and andthats andthats andthats
I Imarlcd
thats about aout a all If I you dont dot want to get getmarried getmarried
married marlcd dont a go to Bayport That place placewould plac placewould
would wold drive any anyone one to BaYor it itThe I itThe
The proposition propoiton that faced fad the young youngpeople youngpeople youngpeople
people was WI to spend spnd the night in Bayport Bayportuncnaporoned Daypor llayportunchaperoned
uncnaporoned uncnaporonedAs
unchaproned unchapronedA As A we were going goig to be b married mrie before beforelong befor beforelong
long anyway ayway put In Mr Gibeson Glbaon we wethought wethojht wethought
thought thojht since sinc we Te missed mlEd the 620 train trai we wemight weIght wemight
might Ight as well wel do it then and there ther Judg ¬
tag Ig from his guileless gleel countenance euntenao no one ouecould ouoculd onecould
could culd suppose that he was in I any ay way wayto wayto wayto
to blame blam IUJpO for missing the train trainAnyhow tri trainAnyhow
Anyhow Ayhow they ming told Henry l nr Stokes Stokls the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel keeper kepr they wonted wated to be married marriedMr mied miedMI marriedMi
MI Stokes was wa delighted delightedWhile delghted delightedWhile
While Whie ho was wa hitching hithing up his hi team tm Mia MiaDonihee MissDonihee
Donihee telephoned telephono to her brothers brother and andulsters andI andsisters
I sisters Illtlln In New York In a casual caul sort 8r of way waythat wnythat waythat
that sho was wa going to 1 he married mrie Halftin Half Hal hiattLa
IU tin hour later lat about 1030 oclock they had haddriven haddrlyen haddriven
driven over to tho ministers house how wit witnesses wltnM witflosses ¬
nesses were procured prur next door dor and tho thode thodP tImedeed
de dP deed > e > d was 11 done doneMr doneMr doneMr
Mr and nd Mrs Glbcnon GbCn returned rtued to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York yesterday csteray afternoon attrnon Mrs 11 Gibe Gibesons Gb Gibeeons
sons sns parting prtlng advice avice to the reporter rprtor was wasDont WMDont wasDont
Dont you ever go to Bayport Bayrt with a agirl agirl agirl
girl if I you dont want wat to t get married marriedTIMES mrie mrie7IlES marriedTIMES
TIMES 7IlES BUILDING DUlPIlO TO RE TALLER TALLERTo TAER TAERTo
To He Converted From a 13 Story tor to a 10 inStory 10Itor 10StoryStruoture
Story Itor StoryStruoture Structure Struotlr Cost S1OOOOU S1OOOOUThe 811000 811000The 0510004The
The Times office ofC building buiding in Printing PrintingHouse Printng PrintngBoule PrintingHouse
House Boule Square luare is to t be b remodelled remocellt into int a asixteen asixteen aeixteonstory
eixteonstory sixteen tory trr structure strcturo ut l t a cost co t of about aboutSI60
SI60 1160000 Tho Park Company owns the theedifice theeifc th thedifice
eifc edifice and Ind Gilbert Gibert Jones Jone son lon of George GeorgeJones GorgoJonC GeorgeJones
JonC Jones the tm into lat editor eitor and proprietor propriutr of ofthe orthe ofthe
the paper plper is I treasurer teaurer The present pl0cnt edi edifice cdifloe dl dllo ¬
floe lo won Wi built buit about abut fifteen fftlen years ago after afterthe afer aferthe afterthe
the lato Congressman COlge nan Potter Pettr erected erectJ tho thoPotter thoPottr timePotter
Pottr Potter Building Buiding to t replace the old World Worldbuilding Worldbuiding Worldbuilding
buiding building It was WI formerly the slto Ilto ito of a aDutcli aDutl aDutch
Dutch Dutl Church ChurchThe Churohhe hurchlho
The he building is now thirteen stories strlC tall tallwith tallwith
buiding I t11rWI ta11
wth with a mezzanine mozAnle floor foor It is proposed proposedto prOp propoedto C Ct
t to rebuild rebuid the two upper Htbrios rlJrlo niako niakoa lako lakoa
a full ful story ltry of te the mezzanine mezunln floor for and add addtwo addtwo addtwo
two additional Iddltonn1 etpries etpriesTho storIes storIesThe
Tho project projot originated olgllt ftore in 1890 189 and plansfor plans plansfor
for tin Improvement ulprOVelClt wero then filed mo und undapproved undapprove mindapproved
approved Those Thoe plans plan have now been beensuperseded bcanluperod beensuperseded
approve luperod superseded by by new ones one which were filed filedyesterday flcd flcdyotcrday filedyterday
yesterday yotcrday by Robert Rbert Maynicko MaynickoOomfortblr MaynickoComfortable Iaynlke IaynlkeComfortbl
Comfortable Perry Perryccomnwdxlon frT frTaecmldalon Ferryaccommodsitons
ccomnwdxlon aecmldalon Lehlch Lhlch Valler VAler R H R 1 354 > M et etGortlandi IH IHortUnat
ortUnat Ordt at a tad ui JeiUros j D sbrosiu a SUif a o BU > e44s
DIVORCE DIORCE FOR IOI MRS IS CULVER CULVERReport CULVrR CULVrRn CULVERHeport
Report n prt In Favor Fa or of Senator Senato Clarks Cark Dausjh Dausjhtcr UauibIcr aurbtlr
tcr Said to lie Of Conflrmeel ConflrmeelWHITE ConflrmtMtWniva Annrm d dWRTE
WHITE WRTE PLAINS PLINS Deo 10 10The Tho report rprt o oReferee of ofnefer ofReferee
Referee nefer Maurice Mauro Dillon Dlon in the divorce divor case onsiof 0R 0Rof caseof
of Mrs Everett Evertt Mallory Mlry Culver daughter daughtaof daughterof
of Senator Snatr Clark Cark against her husband huabn wa wafiled waeted wasflied
filed ted by Mrs Culvers lawyers lwyors today tody with willSupreme withSuprm withSupreme
Supreme Suprm Court Justice Justo Maddox It is un understood undelatod Understood
derstood delatod that tht Justice Justc Maddox confirmed conflrmoithe confrmed confrmedthe confirmedthe
the report Ipor and that it grants grnts the divorce divorceHe dlvor divorceHe
He handed it to the County Clerk direct directing dirct dirctIng directing
ing him to file fle it as specified apoclted undorRulo7 undorRulo7of 76 76of <
of the Supreme Court Curt which forbids forbld the thidisclosure thedlacloBur thecllscloaure
disclosure dlacloBur of papers ppre or testimony testmony to an anpersons any anyprns anypersons
persons prns except excpt parties to the action actionHOOR aoton aotonHOOn actionHONOR
HONOR FOR IOI MISS 1ISS COULD COULDJaokles GOULDJiokics OULDaokle
Jaokles aokle From the Torpedo Torrdo Flotilla Fotia Tu TuOut Turn TumOlt TurnOut
Out Olt to Greet Greet Her HerNORFOLK ler lerNORFOLK 11crNoRFoLK
NORFOLK Va Dec D 10 10MIM Mlas Helen HoleiGould HelenGould HelenGould
Gould had h a surprise surr while whie going from Ol OlPoint Old OldPoint OldPoint
Point Comfort Cmfort to Norfolk Norolk this thll mornin morninfrom morning morningfrom morningfrom
from 200 20 sailors siors from the torpedo toro flotlll flotlllnow fotia fotianow flotillanow
now ready rady to start star from Hampton Iamptn Roadfor Road Rads Radsfor Roadsfor
for Manila Mania The sailors Mlor under commant commantof cmmnd cmmndof command commandof
of Lieut Moses U08 came ashore at Seawall SeawallPoint Swels SwelsPoint BeawellsPoint
Point a transfer tranfer point for the Gould patty pattyand plt pambyand
and on onthewhiarfformed the thewharrorcd wharf formed two two Ilne lnes ne between betweowhich btween btweenwhich betweenwhich
which Miss IB Gould passed pas to the ferr ferrsteamer ferr forry forrysteamer
steamer steamerMiss stoamerlUB steamerMini
Miss lUB Gould is II here today in tho intcresof Interest InterRt InterRtof Interestof
of tho work of the Naval Y M C A She Shiwill Shewill
will 11 return to New York tomorrow night nightMiss nightIus nightMiss
Miss Ius Gould Goud had hd another anther enthusiastic nthuslto ro roception rocepton reception
ception cepton by the 400 40 oo sailors 1lors of the torpedo torpedtflotilla torldo torldotot1a torpedoflotilla
flotilla tot1a later in ii the thf day The sailors sior won wonon wer weron wereon
on the decks deks of the flvo fvo boats boal while whl Miss MisGould MissGould > I s sGuld
Gould Guld took snap shot pictures picur of them themThera themTher themThere
There Ther was o reception repton in her honor nt Ep Ep1worth Epworth Epworth
worth Church Cllrch tonight at which Admiral AdmlraHarrington AdmiralHarringn AdmiralHarnington
Harrington Harringn and Capt Thomas delivered deliverocaddresses delhr deliveredaddresses
addrO addrOLINElAN addressesLINEMAN addresses addressesLIffEMAff
LINEMAN LINElAN KILLED KILED JIY 111 SHOCK SHOCKAt S100i S100iI
I At Work on a Trolley TOl Wire When lTh He TumbleFrom Tumble Tmbttd Tmbttdrom TumbledFrom
From rom a Wagon aron Itdilrr ItdilrrEdward lddrrEwar LadlierEdward
Edward Ewar Simmons Simmns a lineman Ilomn employed employeby emploedby
by the Union Railway Halway Company Compny in Th ThBronx The TheBronx TheBronx
Bronx was Wi killed kled yesterday yes rday while whie repair repairing repalrII repairlog
log II a I trolley troltY wire at Westchestor and St StAnns StAnns StAnns
Anns avenue avenueHo avenuele avenueHo
Ho le was WI on a repair wagon ladder ldder an1 an1was and andwa andwas
was wa standing on some tools ti at the sain saintime Slle Slletie annie annietime
time tie stnding that he used u a pair of pincers plncrl on th thwiro the thowlr thewire
wire wlr Suddenly he fell tel thirty feet fet to t tin tinHtrect thatret thestreet
street tret fracturing trcturng his skull skul It I is I suppose supposethat supposed supposedthat
that he received recehe a current of some 500i 500ivolt 50 5000solt
volt oIL through trough tho body by and ad the Coroner Coronebelieves Coronerble Coronerbelieves
believes ble that tht that tmt was WI tho cause ca o of hi hideath hi his hisdeath
death d8th The Injury to his hi head hod would prob probably probably probably ¬
ably have hae proved fatal fatalSimmons fatl fatlSion fatalSimmons
Simmons Sion lived led at 401 Willis WII avenue avenueTRAFFIC avenueTRAFFIC avenueTRAFFIC
TRAFFIC I IN IOSTMASTERSHIPS IOSTMASTERSHIPSNebraska 1tiTUSTERSHIPS 1tiTUSTERSHIPSNtbraska IOSTMASTERS RIPS RIPSTcbraska
Nebraska Man Indicted Idletld by Federal Feera Grant GrantJury OrandJlry GrandJury
Jury Jlry for or Conspiracy ConspiracyOMAHA ConplraeI ConspiracyOMAICA
OMAHA OJAJ Neb N e b Dec De c 10 10Elot 10Elliott Elliott t Lowe Lwe of olHuntley ofHutey ofHuntley
Huntley Hutey Alma Alia county was wllndlcted indicted today todajby toay toayby todayby
the Federal Grand for conspiring conspiringIn
I by Feder Grd Jury Jur cnpirng cnpirngIn
In the trafficking tmmckg in postinaaterHhlps ptrnlp The TheIndictment Theaege TheIndictment
Indictment alleges aege that tht he h received reclvod reclvodtrJB Sp Spfrom 500 500ir
ir from trJB iiiJ J B Billings Dgof of Alma A to procure procureBlllinggs procureBillingss
Blllinggs BIngs appointment appintment as I postmaster ptltr al alAlma at atAma setAlma
Alma Ama from fm Senator Bnr Dletriohs DletriohsLowe Dletroh9 Dletroh9I DietnichaLowe
Lowe Lwe was wa a member memor of the State Legis Legislature Lg Leglalature ¬
I lature in I 1001 101 when lln Dlctrlclis DItrlol1 was WI elected electeeSenator electedSenator
and last fall ho candidate candidatefor candidatefor
Senator Beoor la was 1 a I cdidate cdidatefor
for the Republican Rpublcan nomination for Congress Congressin
in I the Fifth Fith district districtVESSEL ditrict ditrictIRSfEI districtVESSEl1
VESSEL IRSfEI LOST LST S I DROWNED DROWNEDCosstlnr DROJEIJ DROJEIJCOlatl DROWNEDCoasting
Coasting COlatl Schooner Capsizes CpltS In a Gale Off Offthe 01 Offthe
the tle North Carolina Crolna Coast CoastWILMINGTON CoastWInauNaroN
WILMINGTON N C Dec Dc 10 10The The coast coasting cOMtIng coastlug ¬
ing schooner schoner Clarence Carn H twentyfive tons tonstrading LOMtraing tonstrading
trading traing between btwen Shallotte Shllott N C and ad this thiscity thiscity
city cty capsized Cp 17 off ol the coast C08t in a gale of wind windlast windlast
last lat night and five fv persons plon on board bod were weredrowned weredrowne weredrowned
drowned drowne They Thy were wer the captain two twosailors twosaors twosailors
sailors saors and ad two passengers passcngrs all of r Shallotte ShallotteThe Shlotte ShlotteTe ShallotteThe
The Te vessel e31 was WW bound bund for this th port with witha Ith Itha
a cargo of naval stores stors and an cotton One Onebody 0J Onebody
body by was washed waht ashore Mhor this afternoon afernoon A Awatch Awath Awatch
watch wath is I being big kept for the missing miig bodies IxxliesTho bodiesThe xles xlesThfJ
The wreck TSOS 1 as blown upon the beach Qh and andto andis
to i lying lyng bottom up upPERRY upPERRY upPERRY
PERRY S HEATH HE AT UIX I IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONStill IA r ASHINGTONstn SIZINOTONStill
Still stn Has 111 No Intention Intmton of nelRnln B 3111n5 as asSecretary alSecretry asSecretary
Secretary Secretry of Republican Uepubloan Committee CommitteeWASHINGTON CmmItee CmmIteeWASHINGTN CommitteeWASBINOTON
WASHINGTON WASHINGTN Dec D 10 10Pcr 10Perry Perry S Heath Heathsecretory Hoathsereta loathsecretary
secretory sereta of the Republican Rpublcan national Datonal com committee oommlte oemmlttce ¬
mittee mlte arrivedin nrt1 Washington Wlhlngton this morn morning mor mornlag ¬
ing He says eny ho has b no intention of resign resigning rllgn rllgnIng resignlog ¬
ing and knows of no 00 reason rean why he should shouldIt
It Is Ii now generally gcnerly understood undertood that both bothhe bth bthhe bothhe
he and Chairman Hanna will wi remain remin in inoffice Inotc Inoffice
otc office until uti the convention cnventon meets next nextsummer nextsumer nextsummer
sumer summer when hen a now chairman cbuirmll and seers secretary sre srety seerstary ¬
tary ty will wi be b chosen chosenFARES closen closenFAnES chosenFARES
FARES ACCORDING TO WEIGHT WEIGHTPassengers IIWHT IIWHTPUlellu WEIGHTPasscners
Passengers PUlellu to t Pay Py So 8 Much a Pound on onThis on1ls enibis
This 1ls Hallway HallwayPUEBLO Ial 1111w WI WIPUE 5 5PuEnro
PUEBLO PUE L Col Dec De 10 100mcers Officers of the thoPueblo thePueblo thePueblo
Pueblo and Beulali Valley Valey Railway Ha lvay an anelectric anelectrlo anelectric
electric Hue lue seventeen 8entecn miles mle long which whichlias whichha whichhas
has ha just jut been bn completed ompletod have adopted adopteda
a 0 now system sytm whereby passengers pasengem over overthe OVlrte overthe
the te rood r will wl pay py according arlng to t their weight weightInstead welhtltod weigbtinstead
Instead ltod of by the tle mile mle as Is I usual Pas Passengers Passngers Passengers ¬
sengers will step upon scales e at the ticket ticketoffice ticketoffice
sngers wl Htp upn toket toketofc
office ofc and will wi bo charged chaed so much a pound poundUpstate poundUpstate poundUpstate
Upstate Snow Delays O I Trains TrainsTrains Tnl TnlTrains TrainTrains
Trains from tho West Wlt and North were werevery werever werevery
very ver late Jat in getting gettn Into Int the th Grand Central CentralStation Cntrl CntrlS1ton CentralStation
Station S1ton yesterday Yaterdy morning morng on account aCCnt of oftbo ofthe ofthe
the heavy hevy upstate snowfall Inowfal of r the night nightbefore nght nghtbefolo nightbefore
before befolo Trainmen Trinmen reported that the th snow snowbeten snowbetween mowbetween
between beten Buffalo Buao and Syracuse Syraco was 1 three threefeet Ihreefet threefeet
feet fet deep deepThe dep
The Cleveland Ceeland and New York Special Specialinstead Spcil SpcilInlt Specialinstead
instead Inlt 3d of petting in at 70 A M II got in at at1203PM at1203PM
1203PM 123 P M Tho ThoTwentieth ottnR 1e1enUoth Twentieth Century Cntur Limited Limitedduo Lmted Lmteddue Limitedduo
duo at 930 83 arrived nrhod at noon noonTrain noonTaIn noonTrain
TaIn Train Ran Into an Open Switch Swich One Dead DeadSTECBKNVILJE Dud8TEUBENVIU DeadSmVBfLNVILLE
STECBKNVILJE Ohio Dec 10 10Te 10The The east eastbound eastbund eastbound
bound bund Panhandle passenger plnger train trai No 14 14duo 1 14duo
duo here at 625 P M I ran Into an open openswitch opcnI
I Iwlch switch at New Cumberland Junction Jucton cast caulof CIt castof
I of here her tonight tunrht and a headon collision collisionwith coliion coliionwih collisIonwith
with wih a freight frel rhl ght train on the westbound wcstboud track trackresulted trnckI trackresultea
I resulted rcsuleO One inanwos ranwls killed klt and Id thirteen thirteenpassengers thlrtool thirteenmnger8
118ngers passengers mnger8 were wer hurt burt The he dead man Is Isrrank IsIrllk IsIrank
rrank Irllk A Lasalle La16 of Indianapolis Idianapols He was wasin wanin
I in time t 110 front seat of lt the smoker smokerMatlron llkr stockerFlatiron
Flatiron 11ron In a Cud ul FIMis JI Plsti h Stomach StomachPonrsMODTii StotuseolPonmsouTu
PonrsMODTii POnTltTI N H Dec ec 10 10Ouo Ono of the thopeculiar thepeclli theiectilIar
peclli peculiar iectilIar linda In the way ay of fish t h food rcO was wasmDo wasmade vasmade
made todoy at Kittory mtter Point in the II Hrh flrhhouso Hrhhoulo flabImouso
houso houlo mDo of Capt apt William Wii Jm Haiidnll J ldnl A bin hip fate faioof fm fateof 0 0of
of cod cd was as brought in by Augustus AUJllltus Aujimstusamid hlf Toby Tobynnd Iuur Iuurnld
amid nld the IC men weie ele cleaning clc31lni the fish ffh when whenMr whent
t Mr Toby Tob Iobys knife stiuclt Ilucl sit uck something hwd Illd in inBfinhBstomuch il ina
I a BfinhBstomuch 1i fhB f1eb t tomuch Tho I 1w cod weighed wllahod nearly nearlyeighty nearlyelghty arl
eighty pounds IXun 8 When Whln lien it was opened openedlal a alaigo alaige
laigo lal go flatiron fation was 1 found It weighed clghr at atleast atItast atleast
least MX lb pounds punds pundschC4 poundsErotberhO4
ErotberhO4 chC4 C Pf 4thed erC llJ1os Jo
QUEEN ALEXANDRAS ESCAPE ESCAPEFIRE ESCAPEIFIRE
FIRE STARTED I IN V HER IEl HEDROOJf HEDROOJfAT DEDROQJAT I IAr
AT SANDRIXGUAM SANDlNGHAl HOUSE HOUSEAccording HOUSEAccorline I IAcooriinE
I
According Accorline to One Report Floor Collapsed Collapsedlast Cola CollspetiJust r I IJul
last Jul After Ater She St quit Qlit Boom Roomtffl RoomtfflAakrntd floOm41flCe11 4iurn 4iurnAwakened P PAwakened
Awakened Aakrntd by b a Bedchamber Bohamblr Woman WomanFire Woma Woma1re C CFire
Fire 1re Caused Cwld by b Electric Erctrlo Light leh Wire WireSpMfflj Wlt Wltpcal 4 4Lpaa
SpMfflj pcal Cabl Dtipatch DtpaI to THE Tl sow sowt SO SOLNDON f
t LONDON LNDON Dec De 10 10Quan 10Queen Qtioen Alexandra had hadwhat hadht t twhat
what ht was wa apparently a narrow narow escape escapefrom Ip r rfrom I Ifrom
from disaster dlter through a fire tre starting lttng In her herbedroom berberom i ibedroom
bedroom berom at Sandringham Bndlngh House Hous early 8rly this thismorning thismorning I Imorning
morning No official ofcial account acount of the te In Incident ¬ t I Icldent Ieldest
eldest has IU been bn issued luod and the lurid reports reportsappearing reprt reprtappaIng reportsappearing
appearing appaIng in the newspapers newspaprs suzzeet suggestex uet ex exaggeration ¬ f faggeraton ift iftaggeration
aggeration aggerationThe aggeraton aggeratonTho I IThe
The facts fact seem to t bo b that an Imperfectly Imperfectlyinsulated Imprfety ImprfetyInulat imperfeetlyinsulated
insulated Inulat electric eletrlo light wire wi fused fU8 igniting ignitinga Igtg Igtga I Ia
a bourn between the floor foor of her Majeatyj Majeatyjbedroom MaJetyi Majeetyslmiroom
bedroom beroom and the coiling cetng of the room ro be beneath beneath beneath ¬
neath in which the Hon Charlotte Chrlott Knolljs Knolljsa KUi
a bodchamber bfchaber woman woma was wa sleeping Miss MissKnollys Mls MlsKnolI MissKnollys
Knollys KnolI who was WI awakened awaene by b the smoke smokehastened smokehastened ok okhotned
hotned hastened to alarm alan tho Queen who was wasfast wuflt wasfastasleep
fast flt fastasleep fastasleep11cr asleep asleepHer Qlep QlepHer
Her Majesty 11aJeaty donned connod a dressing dreln gown gownand gw gwI gownand
and film and Ind Miss llf Knollys KnollYI then aroused tlS tlSother the theothnr a aother
I other members mfmors of the household houhol The Thohousehold Te Tehou Thehousehold
household hou ohoJd fire fn brigade which is l will 1 or organized orgnlzM organhzed ¬ I
ganized RpetdllyextlnguUhedtheflre lpely etlngulahec the tr The Thedomagn Te Tedage Thedamage
damage dage amounts to only a fow hundred hundredpounds budrd budrdpunds hundredpounds
pounds punds caused chiefly chiefy by water waterAceording waterAcorclng waterAccording
According Acorclng to to one story the floor for of the theQueens theQUtna theQueens
Queens QUtna bedroom collapsed colap immediately immediatelyafter Imeltl Imeltllfer 1 1aftertihoeseaped
after lfer aftertihoeseaped aftertihoeseapedTime cho tho escaped escapedThe e caped capedTho
The King is il visiting vleltng Lord Lrd Iveagh Iogh at stFlveden atEeden atEiedon
Flveden Eeden Hall Hal Suffolk Sufolk whither the Queen Queensent Quen Quenont Queensent
sent ont a messenger meonger assuring urng his bl Majesty Majestyof
of her safety safetyTO MretyTO safetyTO
TO CONTEST OT ST MKAVS UKAJS lIItA FS WILL WILLNew WILLNc WILLew
New Nc ew Hampshire lalllhtrl Woman Enters Entr an Ap Appearance Ap Appesranee ¬
pearance paralce In tho Probate Court CourtBOSTON CourtBOSTON CourtBoavo
BOSTON Dec 10 tAn 10An An appearance apprnno has hasbeen ha haI hasbeen
I been bn filed fe In the Probate Probat Court here indi indicating Indicating mdieating ¬
cating a coming comln contest cntest of the will wl of the thelate telate thelate
late Gordon McKay who ho died die recently recentlyat reonUr
at Newport R I I leaving lolng a very ery large largeproperty lrge lrgeproprty largeproperty
property proprty which after aft1 the termination terminton of ofannuities ofannu1le ofannuities
annuities annu1le the will wi devised delle to Harvard HarvardUniversity Hanad HanadUnllerslty HarvardUniversity
University Unllerslty for certain specific speclfo purposes purposesThe purposesThe
The appearance appearanc is II filed fe in behalf hal purpe of Nellie NellieS Nele NeleS
S Abbott and Edward K Hall of Powers PowersHall pow Powershail rs rsHal
Hall Hal k < k Jones JonC attorneys atorneya is I in charge of of the thecasn U thecase e ecaB
case caB Dec Do 17 t71i is the date set let for a bearing bearingThe herng herngThe hearingThe
The appearance apperanc was Wi entere entero entered < d shortly shorty after afterthe aetr aetrthe afterthe
the filing fing of the will w1 but the fact was W8 not notmade nt ntmade notmade
made public publo until unt today to ay The Nellie Nele S 8Abbott SI SAbbott SAbbott
I Abbott who may wy contest the will wU Is I a New NewHampshire NewI ew ewl
I Hampshire woman womn one of the distant ditn kins kinspeople D
l 1 people pplo peopleof of the testator t4Utr It I is I said that tht she sheis lb lbIs sheimi
is a second Ind cousin cOlln She isnot I n t among alnlihe alnliheannultnt amongiJie the theannuitants I Iannuitanta
annuitants annultnt under the will willThe wl willThe
The Hon J J Myers Mye of Cambridge Cmbr one oneof oneoC oatsof
of the trustees tISt of the McKay loKaYNtte estate said fld in inregard hIregd inregard
regard regd to t the statement that the will wlb is Is to tobo t tb toho
bo b contested contestedThis contestedThla contestedThIs
This makes me sick I dont know knovw1o knovw1othis who whothis
this thl woman wOlan is but but I have known for ten tendays tnd1 tendays
days d1 that she was WI going goll to file fle her appear appearance apjar apjaran ¬ f fanee
ance an before tho Probato Court Cur Her at attornoy attorney attorney
torney Congressman Congre6man Powers talked tkod lhe lhewhole lb lbwhole Lliwhole >
whole thing over with me meMr meMr meMr
Mr Hall Hal said tld ho had prepared prepred the theoMe theoMefor cwoe cwoefor eacefor
for Miss Abbott Ahbtt but declined dellnf positively positivelyto pltvey pltveyto
to state who she was 1 or the grounds Iroun upon uponwhich uponwhloh uponwhich
which she is seeking see1lng to have ho the will w1 of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr McKay lloKay set aside asideI 8lde 8ldeI
I am obliged oll e ho said lald at this thlsltge stage of ofthe orthe t t S Sthe
the case Ce to decline declne to say ey anything anythin in regard regardto rr s sto
to the matter matterL
L II RS 112 S RING RO INSIDE A SHARK SHARKShark HABK HABKShark i iShark
Shark Was W Caught Clnht at Sea s by b a Sailorman gotlormanon ormn ormnon
on the nypatla nypatlaLars 1nla 1nlaLrs flypatiaLars
Lars Lrs Peterson is I a deckhand dekhand aboard abr the thegood UIOgo thegood
good go British Brtllh ship Hypatla Hptl which got In Inyesterday InYOltoray Inyesterday
yesterday YOltoray after ater a twentythroo twentythro day dy voyage voyagefrom voyagofrom I Ifrom
from Buenos Ayres Ay While Whil the vessel vesselwas vel velwa vesselwas
was wa ploughing the Southern seas about abouttwo abut abuttwo abouttwo
two days south suth of St Lucia Luel on Nov No NovLams SO SOLars S
Lars Lr baited bite a big hook with wih a great grt chunk chunkof cuk cukof
of salt pork and angled agle for a shark that thathad thathad thathad
had been ben following folowing in tho wake wae of the craft craftfor cft cftfor craftfor
for several seral days feeding feing on the refuge refugecast r refusecast
cast caB overboard oerbor by the ships sips cook cookSoon ck ckSoon cookSoon
Soon he and tho second seond officer omcr and several severalsailors sal salenlor severalsailors
sailors enlor pulled pule the te shark a twelvefooter twelvefooterover telvefot
the vessels side They out Its tall talloff talloff
over te c la side The ot It tn tnot
off and then carved Into Its It stomach The Theknife I Iknife
ot ten care stm Tt
knife wielded wielde by Lars L struck stck scene a hard hardsubstance ha hardsubstance
substance subltnco and the sailor enlor man ma reached rhe in inand Innnd inand
and took out a plain plin gold band bad ring rg much muchworn muh muhworn muchworn
worn on the inside of which were W81 the theletters te teletcre theletters
letters letcre L H B Ho lo found also al a tow fewclam towc9m towclam
clam c9m shells bcll a small sml stone stne and several svera pleoas pleoasof
of scrap iron ironLara IronLr ironLana
Lara Lr put the ring on his W little lte finger fngr and andproudly ad adproudly aridproudly
proudly showed shoe It when the Hypatla Hyti came cameto ct cameto
I to port por yesterday atrday Skipper Skppr Brown and andthe ad andthe
the rest rst of tho vessels 6Is sailors saiors all a agree ar to tothe toth tothe
I the th Incidents Incldentl as a above abo related relatedLars rlated rlatedLl relatedLore
Lars Ll first frt thought on o reaching rahc this th city citywas citywa citywas
was wa to read rad the newspaper nwepnpr lost lot and Id found foundadvortiwjments fd fdavor foundadvertisements
advertisements advortiwjmentsniGOER avor advertisementsBIGGER ment mentGGER
BIGGER GGER HOUSE FOR FOi C T YERKES YERKESHo
Ho 10 Huys 111 flu the Downing OOllnl Mansion lfnJon Adjoining Adjoiningand AdJolnll AdJotninamid
and Will 11 ffl Combine < X > mblne rble It I With i Ills IllsCharles 111 111Charles IllsCharles
Charles T Yerkes yesterday rcterday bought bough the thoold theold theold
old Augustus AUUt1 C Downing Downln mansion at 880 880Fifth 86 86Fith eo eoFifth
Fifth Fith avenue aVnuo Adjoining his 11 residence Illdec at atthe atthe atthe
the south luth corner cmcr of f Sixtyeighth Sixtylbth street streetThe etrt etrtThe streetTime
The houses are ar both four story lto and base basement ble blement basomeat ¬
ment structures struItu and arc so built bui that tht they thoycan th thcan theycan
can readily rdl bo thrown thrwn into one oneTUo oneThe oneThe
The Yerkcs Yelkes house not only flanks tank time tlionorth th thnorth timenorth
north side sl e of tho Downing house hou but has hasan haMan hasno
an extension e1tCIIIon which hlch rests rets against its iA rear renrwall rer rerwal rearwail
wall wal Tlio 110 Downing Dov111 mansion mnllon though it itBtanda Ittalld itstands
stands talld un UI a I large lrl plot measuring 40 o by b luo luofoet IC io iofeet
feet lius hlllno no yard exeept a I email 61ull1ht light cow couitfacing t tfodnl tfacing
facing its neighbor on the south luth southcrkes Mr MrVorkctf MI
It rIlhl
Vorkctf Ycrket fodnl crkes it i L L is understood uudortood will 1 combine cmbie th thhouf thhuu t1thouses
houses huu t without wihout any IU very crr radical rdlniltrultuml structural structuralultwitlon structuraltmltmtat
ultwitlon ultwitlonTho tmltmtat ion t tDie
fmt 1m
1 I
Tho Downing Downlnl mansion was valued vnlue at atUIOO
I 1400000 UIOO It I was imrchuRCel through thrugh th t timmiUe i iilfi
miUe < < ilfi e of ofJohri f John N 1 Holding Gldll from the Downing Downingheirs Dwnlnn DwnlnnI Downingheirs
I heirs helrs lke Including InCudll Mrs M John Milton MIton Dillon DillonMrH Dion DionI DillonI
I I Mrs Mrl II D 1 Spears 8Iear a Mm MI Root and a Mix Mixdo M I Ido
I dt do libL lbl Liiet et The 11e romodvlleel rmodted mansion mnsion will willcover wi willI
I cover mon mOf < than thnn sIx city lots lotsor or 100 10 by 157 157foot 11I i7fret
foot and v1the v1 wl he Ex ono of the Irget Largest facll facllthlark facing facingtIme
the Park ParkSenator iark
I thlark thlarkInator I ISenator
Senator Inator Allison Alloo Stamps Iamp Out a Fire FireWflillNGTON Fre FreW FireWsSItirOTON
WflillNGTON W ASINOTN Dec Dr 10 10Sntor 10Senator Sonntor W V B BAllison BI 13Allison
I Allison Altol tonight figured fgured in the ride of fire flromnn tl firemat
I mat mal A quantity quantty of kindling Idndlng stored Btoro in the thofurnace th thfUTnnce theiurimno
furnace loom 101 of his house hou on Vermont VermontD Veont Veonti VermontnmnIe
i venue ofnne D Ignited I nl The blaze ba7o wee WI discovered discoveredhy dllverl dllverlI
I hy h the butler buter and while whie he ran ra to turn tur in an analarm analarm
alarm the Senator stamped stamp out the fire fireThe fn fnTe fireThe i
The Te OrrrUnd Onrlnd Limited Umld to California CaliforniaTiro Catern f fiwo
iwo TI dally dI dalI traIns tlf Oblraco Olraso to Colorado Oln do and ad Call California cl ¬ J Jforais
fornia via a Cblraio CrACCMIWuke Milwaukee AWit Haul Pkulnlc and andUUOtt I Ih IhUclODPaAO
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