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nio r chantw cIlPI who thy ho niv 11 clwcimlnatcd di < 1lrnlnllterl Hgainn Hgainnuncorithe HgnitIItunr t tuncer
uncorithe uncer tile Ij nfsting L ftfl tlng laws Jaw ia s In thu th matter ol oltho of oftho ofthu
tho removal of roftim mfu ftom their eBtabllsh eBtabllshmynt Httllhllshmlnl etiiIIshmvntiIas
mynt mvntiIas ha hllfl met mlwlth with warm warmlndemcmnt warmlndemcmntJltlrln Indarncment IndarncmentlitulnnfM inclGrrntint1Itiiriii
litulnnfM Jltlrln + men nJf rieaJJKe reni that only an cm amend amendmerit IImenrlmnt itmendjr
jr merit tjx 11 lic preMnt feA nf1ft > M1iwhlch hfrIi wilt 111 mako II IIman it itmanrlds4rilII itnuinrI1
man manrlds4rilII nuinrI1 < ia jryti the t hu Strcetj Stlt St rct ltj Cloaning com Coniml commlloli9rttrrelliOl Cotumiiofl9rt
ml mlloli9rttrrelliOl miiofl9rt > ilqit J tP a rciiuivu unhiV Il fl1Ib hf iind nd garbage garbagefronv jarha garbagohorn o ofrom
from J4 d ii wiJIiiig Q jilnRi ltj and Lii I it toren lon nr > I alll allle UI kO < p inteatl inteatlof In iflt tlnd tlndof Oftlor
of leain Tf lH within vii hiii Ils It i 1 i dhcrotlou cl cIicnt CrotOIl oii art a > l to tctho tothn toa
a I tho th itdutvtii 61 refuse rlfl1 > will I i ghe lvo them ado adoHMI nrletjllatfj
4 HMI J lrejeifilJnJer i o iV eleT He Accent flt ruling IIf IIfthn Jf I Itho
7 tho caurts CQ rt it IIiII ifTovldent olrlcnt that even if the theCommifcfhVr thooll1ml
1 CommifcfhVr oll1ml oI1Irn4itI iil1lfr had u Bilulclcnt I appropria appropriation Hpproprintloll ¬
tion hifjftlil tu5 hi jt t111 iit might docllnn to rumovo Huoh HuohClaraooeIj Huchmatl4jr ucii ucii8ti4Jg
matl4jr 8ti4Jg fr uroin iri tlJll tlJllCIIInool ti ia iaCIirinc
ClaraooeIj CIirinc I Graft r uff ftecretary of tho t hll Retail RetailDr RetailDry RetailDrygoods
Dr Dry Drygoods > good6 ood Ahtioclutioii btntcd thu wlshen wlshenof wlsheof
of tho hlg depart dupnrtmol mo rit t Stores ithr tlr1 yesterday yesterdayIn eatcrda eatcrdaIn
I In tho follpwlng foll wing words wordsTho wordrTho wordsThornerchants
Tho Thornerchants merchants would welcome an amend amendment ampnrl ampnrlInlnt nrnpndf ¬
f ment nt Co to the theCitartcr CRartor which wh h scorns to bo bothe notho hothe
the only oljitionor ol t of the th dlfflpulty < Tho ThoCharter ThoCharter Thecharthr
Charter Charter isloosoly is ISacOIY t o IY worded in thA section sectiondeflnlnrtjvflgtife rect tecthniof ln lnde
deflnlnrtjvflgtife de cllJ tIeEl of < 1 the Stroot Cleaning CleaninpCommifi Ctcamn Ctcamnl CleaningI Cleaningeitirely
l I Co Commifi = vrr riU jMUtLioaTes IoaTea entirely to his hisliFCTetbnClheVppenfJtoK hisn hisof
n dipcret liFCTetbnClheVppenfJtoK S be t DIIWg of hi hlalarpe his large ape apei ap appropr11OIhcttCOmpOlld p ppropria
i propria prop propr11OIhcttCOmpOlld 6hine Uilibt CItclmpell compelled d I render renderany renderany
1 I any epedno oSfvTfxf JOrv He e might say that thathis thathis thathis
his appropdartto apP OpDlltj n w My lirunnlng xndng ninp Inland that thathe thathA thathe
he wottfd remove remo ashtrt as and garbagu only onlyfrom onlyIrom onlyfrom
from the north andnol frph fromt frohithe > the e south 1i uth side sideof sideor sideof
of the street 6t ee t iti a resldohual residential o ldoIJta district dl diet trlctclonrh trlctclonrhan clearly clearlyan
> an absurd situation situationThojQtattej situatIonThe situationTho9tattr
ThojQtattej The tr should be1 be hotsq IlIq 89 amended lU1Iend rI as asto nsto asto
to maim makTttLthiidatory Itilmiindatory upon the CommL CommLslonen CommLf CommLsloner
f lonen to t remove remove Cashes l8h ashs s and garbage from fromthe fromjp
jp r the premises premlE of every taxpayer without vrithoutdlsoriral wthout wthoutdllrmnatlon withoutdiscrimination
dlsoriral dllrmnatlon discrimination nation and In this view tho Com Commissioner Com1lo Cornm1ehionrhtmsIf ¬
missioner 1lo m1ehionrhtmsIf 1htlt himself concurs concur as expressed exprocscdboth expressedboth xprd xprdboth
both to the prosldent rldent of this association nwociationaid RAocatlon RAocatlonad
ad aid to myself myselfIn mv lt ltrn
In tact laci an In amendment such as In i pro proposed propoad proposed ¬
posed was waslnc wasincorpprntcd incorporated mtc in I a street cleaning cleaninghill clening cleninghi
hill hi before bfor t heLegislature theL ilt1reat at tho last las session sessionwhich sessionwhic sessionwhich
whic which bill bi received reive the full ful approval ofhis ofhisHonor ofhl otjdsBoner I
Honor the Mayor MayorThe MayorTe MayorThe
The Te depart deprtment ment stores produce frou a asmaler asmalerquantity smaller smallerquantity 8malleruant1ty
quantity of of waste than would apartment apartmenthouses aprtment aprtmentI apartmenthouses
houses houss covering the same area IrM so that It Itwas Iti Itwa
I i was wa never a question of taking t klng away Iway any anyInordinate anyr anyInounate
r Inordinate Inorlnateam amount ut of material mterial or of re removing r noR ¬
1 R moving trade trao waste The 1le trade tro waste of ofe ofa
a department deparmot store U 1 sold sld a ld to advantage advantagemnd I
and the question quntOt qu atlou is only only one of ashes Ishe and andgarbage andisrbEO andgarbage
garbage garbageThis
isrbEO isrbEOfls This fls question has been somewhat ob obcured obcnred
cured as trado trdo waste has ha been confused confusedwith confus confusedI
I with ashes ffnd garbage In some BmB previous previousdiscussions previousdiscussions relous relousdllus810ns
lh grbs
discussions dllus810ns Tho trade waste of a do doand deprment doi
i partrnent store ConIR consists of wrppig wrapping paper paperand
papr paprand
and prment packings which whllh are sold sld m in bales balesAll batesAll
All pcklngs 1 that we ask to have removed remove is i the theashes thealheR theashes
alheR ashes and garl garbagethe > age the same so as accumu accumulat accumulat aecumulatH
lat latH in any apartment anrlt house houa or dwelling dwellingBusiness dwelng dwelnglu dwolllngBtu4ness
Business lu IIA menpay men pay the larger proportion proportionof proporion proporionof
py larfer
of the taxes and an if the city cty is performing perforig a amunicipal amunicipl amunicipal
municipal function It is evident that It Itshould Ithould Itfhould
should municipl be performed to all taxpayers lax yer alike alikeIt alke alikeI >
b performe
I It 1 is Inconceivable that the Legislature Legislaturenn Lgislature LgislatureJ Legislaturelaould I
J hould wle1 wish to create a condition by bywhich bywhichI which I
i nn n administrative admiltrto officer olccr of a city cty should be bein bein
1 j in a position of conferring cOlferg a favor upon uponI i itome
I ome poston of its It citizens citizn in the spending fpnding of upn upnome his j jappropriation I Iappropritin Iappropriation
appropriation appropritin Yet that tat is exactly eXICIY the thecondition thei I
i condition at present presentThe
r II I cnditon The Commissioners Cnl 18 oper8 action Bton In cUttinc cUttincoff cuttng clittinge I Ior
off e the servicfrom trl frm large lare business buslc build buildIngs i iings I
I or ings was evidently suggested by his hi desire desireJWa1flUp dflle
Wa tinl sulee
1 10 pla place the buren burden where I In hi hI opiion opinion it itt II
l t cwd could bst best bo bre borne but because UI a bual0 business businessf
f JWa1flUp py y the th expense en of removal rather ratherthan rther ratherthan
than a permit rlt hWaahea b Ms ashe to t encumber enoumbr r10a the thestreets thotrta
streets trta Is I no reason raDwh ae why he should be b corn oompelledittfttylefKIwhenit cm cmpleIt91 cornpalled r
1 pelledittfttylefKIwhenit palled be It la lclOI clearly au one of the theexpense the1Xnola theezpensss
expense 1Xnola pleIt91 of ofa a city for wblci which > taxes tae are arelevied arelevie areC
C t amended amendedIsidor amende arnendedlaldor levied levie It I Is lceartb clear theCharter the Charteraould Charter should b bamended b be bet
Isidor I8dor Straus Stru8 of R H MacyA Mak Macy Co said ealdIt ad I IIt
It I is I very varydlrncult difficult for to a a layman la an to under1 under1stand under undertad understand I
stand tad the te technicalities teicaltl of the t law by which whicha
a court can c discriminate dirinate between btwen one tax ta taxpayer j jpayer
payer cur and ad another aother If I a learned lere Judge Judgehas JudgeI I Ibu
I payr has so s decided we must mut conclude cncude that It itt t twhat r rIs
t Is crt correct ee but we rai fail to understand by I Iwba
t what wba right rtia a Commissioner Cmmiioner of Street Strt Clean CleanIng Cea Cleanlag I IIng
Ing canrefuse ca rfus to t remove ashen ahe f trom rom a large largeestablishment largeestablishment
establishment aa a TUB 1 SUN Su claims clams he can caneven caneven canr
r even Mbllent if 11 his hi appropriation apIrpraton should soul be b suf sufficient su sufficlent ¬ I
ficient fclfnt to t enable him hl to do so soThe s soThe
The Te question never arose ars before because becauseevery bause bauseever becauseevery
every Street Strt Cleaning Commissioner Cmmllloner prior pror I Ivery Ito Ito
ever to Mr W Wpodbury obuTY remove removed the ahes ashes The Thevery I
very parties piJe thus discriminated dlsrbnlnatenalnst diserirninatedagalast against aro arotaxes areamong
ver among the larget largest taxayer taxpayers Par Part of the thetaes theI I I Iproprin
I taxes taes collected clee from them tlem Is I to cover cver the ap approprlatton appropntston
for ashes and et ette
proprlatton removing roving ahe ad yet yetthe yetthe
proprin the te Street Strt Cleaning Ceig Commissioner Cmmiioner holds holdsthat j jthat jthat
that the court ur has ha upheld him in tho con cn contentlon j jtendonthat ItenUn
tenUn tentlon tendonthat that he can discriminate dirinate against againstthese againstthese
these the taxpayers tuayer tat Therefore Terefore we are ae taxed taxedto tae taxedto I
1 to remove rve ashes ahe throughout the city cty and anc andlet j jyet
own ow yet 7 have h to t pay in i addition aditon to remove our ourown ourow ourown I
ownTax Tax T Sux SUi 8 is perfectly prfecly correct crc in Us posi position psl pslo poaltlon ¬
o tion ton that th the th law lw should shoud be b made me mandatory mandatoryand mdator
I and not leave leve such a matter mter discretionary discretionarywith discetonr I
with official officialDiscussing omcia1Discussing
i I Wth any olen1 olen1DsCing
I Discussing DsCing the decision decsion sustaining Com Commissioner ComI CornmissIoner ¬
I msioner missioner Woodbury Wobur E W Bloommgdale Bloommgdaleof Bommgdale Bommgdaleor
II of BloomifcgdalejBrop BlomgdalMid said thatthe ththe court courtseemed cur courtJl
Jl seemed seemedto to malte mKeo a distinction dUltnction dLstinctionbetweeuthe dLstinctionbetweeutheashes betweeijthe betweeijtheashes btwen the theahea
ashes ahea em and a garbage rbgeOf of a alrge alarge large store ftore and those thoseof th08 thoseof
of a 0 srafl s one < Where Were then ho asked askedwas aked akedwn askedwas
was wn the te line I ne to bo b drawn draw How large lrge must musta mwt mwta
a storebe ltre b to tomisa miss mlB haying hving its refuse reCu matter matterremoved mter mterremovd matterremoved
removed removd and bow small would ould it have to bo boro b beto
to get within withn the removal sml class cll The un unreasonableness u unreaaonablaness ¬
reasonableness renblenes of remova the existing exstig law lw qaid qaidMr aId aIdMr Id IdMr
Mr Bloomingdalo Blomngdale was W shown by applying applyingthe
Bo applyng applyngthe
the the ments mentsSup meatsSupse same ae argument agument 1 1Suppose to other oter city cty depart departments depar departt ¬
t Suppose Sup he continued cntnue that tbe Fire FireCommissioner FireClsloner FireCommissioner
Commissioner Clsloner should say Y that tha he wouldnt wouldntbe wouldt wouldtb
be b able to man the thl fire fre houses hOUI north norh of ofFiftyninth ofFiftyniutb
the Police Commis Commisioner Comrnlseloner
Fiftyninth FiCyrnib street slrt or Pole Coms ComsaloneI I
ioner aloneI wereto weretoannouce weretoannounce announce that he couldnt couldntpolice culdnt culdntplc couldntpolice
police tho city beyond nd th the Harlem River Riverito RiverRow I IHow
plc t b
How r1fty rnM1teatlyabtUrd b u th that would b be beIt
It amgtcrne ito t me m that th t as a taxpayers taxyer we are areentitled ar areentItled I
entitled enttled toall tal the th benents bne tts from the muni municipality munidpy municlpality ¬
cipality to which hch wtrcntrbule we contribute The mere merefor mereI merefa
dpy Ca fa tha thai wa have money lo pay for re reirbage ro roi remosing
I i moving orhead d garbage grbage irbage should not nottyl notI notimposet
ImJos t QrMe t1ponus aadUtY aadUtYLilotenapy 0 duty dutyLlklipy tyl tylLikefimany
I Likefimany Llklipy upnu otherstatutes olher8atute other statutes there theres is is just justthat justI justthat
I that uncertainty ucrllnty in ittl inthelaw the law that tha makes mkes it itdoubtful itI itdoubtful
I doubtful whether whethr the Commissioner Coml8loner must mustremovethe mUlt mUltr mustremove
r removethe rmov remove the refuse ref or not The Te law there therefore thereI therefore ¬
I fore for should shoUldb shotxldbe be amended aended at once onr to make it itobligatory ItohlgatQ itI
I obligatory ohlgatQ on the he department dprment to remove removeall rmove removeall I Ial
all al the a ahe abe abeSo > he heSo
I So S far f r ns the the present prsnt law is concerned concernedthe cncred cncredthe
the decision of the court curt seems ms to determine determinethat detenlne detenlnethat determinsthat
that the the Commissioner is within wi bi his hi rights rightsin rghta rghtaIn
in using usig a discretion rlh rfUon rflion as a to what hat ho snail snailremove shal shallremove
remove Imoe and from frm where There Ther are but buttwo butto buttwo
two courses oures left lef to us u One On is I by b going goingto
to what has been n called aie the Court ourt of Last LastConjectilro Lat Latonjecnt LastConjeerbo
Conjectilro onjecnt and anfiio Iho other by going oinr to the theLcKislature theLIIlature theLcgtslature
LcKislature LIIlature for relief rief This relief relc should shouldbn shoulrlbgrltldnoLlsAfaorbutnar shouldbegrantednotasafavnrbutasadght
bn begrantednotasafavnrbutasadght begrantednotasafavnrbutasadghtMr grantednot ns a favor but as a right rightMr ht
bgrltldnoLlsAfaorbutnar Mr 11 Bloomingdalo Uoomn dalo said fld that under Inder the thnpresent thoprtnt thepresent
present prtnt law IIW if followed folowed to its I logical se sequence le lefenCJ sequenc ¬
quence J tho Commissioner COlmlsloner In the th vent Ient Ientnf eventIf ventof
of fenCJ If the departments scow ow capacity cpalty being beingreached bll beingreached
reached rached might compel cmlJI the large merchants merchantsto
to hire hir their own tugs nnd scows scws and take taketheir tlkl tRketheir
their lbl refuso rfuM to sea seaIj eear sear
Ij r J i irtenhut of the Siegel Si I1 Cooper CooperCompany Coper CoperCompn CooperCompany
Company Compn said fid Possibly ro 8tbl it is not for me meto meIt meto
to It criticise cril 4 th this ruling lulnl of the Ih coutt cUt but butwtalnly butrrtnlCI butv
v wtalnly rrtnlCI In equity it docs dos not seem sm that tho thodecision thorocl610n thedecIsion
decision rocl610n was WR just right rght It is II a great gat hard hnrdhip har hardship
I ship hip l to t an establishment tltablshment like lke ours OUr to be beobliged b beobliged
i obliged Oblfd to remove fOOA this refuse J < fuse matter We Wehavent WI Ve Vehaventthe
havent hoenthe the facilities tacltipf for ha han baring ring it removed removedand rpmmerlarl removedand
and arl we A find ftHI very ory few fel private prvate concerns concernswho cncrnf eoncerhswho
who ho will wllndlrtakE undertake to handle handlE it itMoreover II ItMoreover
Moreover lorpr it puts pUIf us II to considerable eonaldpuhll ex expenwv expnf cxpease
pease When Whn hen the thousands thounds of dollars dollarswe dolHrl
we pnf e pay pa to the Ihl city cll eityoveryyear every ever year ear are ar taken takln into intoconsideration intoCcflidemton intocoeshleration
consideration Ccflidemton it sjenisi nli as if we ought to tohave 10hae tohave
have oincthing fjnelhinp moro 101 iito than police polr and fire fireptotnotlon fr fireprotection
protection Totton If I tho law la as 81 li 1tMrs ItdStltfldS stnnds gives givestha gl11 gbesthe
the Commissioner Commlioner power to do as R he pleases ples 1
it Is a very w r poor law 10 and certainly < ought oughtIt
to t be b changed changedSamuel ch e
It Samuel Adams of the Adams Dry Dr Goods Go QoodaL
I IF F youre hungry hungr almost almostanything alost alostanyhing almostI
I anything anyhing to cat tastes tastesgood tastesgood tastesI
I good goodIf
I If Ifyoutc youre nol notnothlngdoes notnothlngdoesGOLD nothlngdots nothlngdotsGOLD
GOLD LION Cocktails Cocktailsmake Cocktais Cocktaismake CocktailsI
I I make you hungry hungryGOLD hungr hungryI
IJ I GOLD LIONCocktails LIONCocktailsready LION Cocktais Cocktaisready Cocktails CocktailsI
I ready ready to ice ie never vary varyOOLD var
I OOLD LION Coekt Coektala5nn Coektala5nnklnd CocktaIISevsn CocktaIISevsnI ll 8e en enkinds
I kinds kindsManhattan Manhattan Manhatan Vermouth VermouthWhlaWey VermouthWhlakey VermouthI
I WhlaWey Martini Tom Oln OlnDry OlnDry GinI
I Dry Oln OlDand and the American AmericanOf AmericanOf AmerIcanI
I Of good wine merchants merchantsThe merchant
L T The e Cook 4 5 Bernhelmer fernhelmer Co CoCompany CoComp CoCompny
Company Comp ny declared there tere was W8 no more morreason morerOlsonwhy morereason
reason rOlsonwhy why the city bhoiild tho ld refuse to re removn remOQ remove
move nnhes llhs and garbage from the depart departincut department departmont
mont hor itores Iorl > n > than thal from rota dwellings dwlngl that might mlghoccupy mightoCcupv mightoccupy
occupy the tim saute fame territory terriory He II added ndtiedToo addedTho addedI
Too I Ito only recourse reCOUIA vo 0 have haE seems fPnU d to tohe tohme
10 to KO to tho LegiHlaturo I1Rhlatur Tho law enr enrtuiiily cr crtuilly certanztv
tuiiily 10 i ioiUd l ho > o amended und quickly quicklyJohnIt juicklyJohnli ulckl ulcklJohn
JohnIt John 110lod t Butler Bmlfr of the SlmpsonCruwfort SlmpsonCruwfortCompanyHild SimpsonCrawfordompanv lmpRonCmwforrlompan
CompanyHild ompan A1ll 5111 the Street Cleaning CIaninp Depart Departmeiit Dpnrt1ell DepartJneIt
meiit nhouUI lhould be compelled cmpcll1d to remove the thijofu IheJtrse theSfVae
jofu Jtrse SfVae 1ell o from rom the stores ltO res He continued continuedKvery cntlnut cntlnutcry continuedFvery
Kvery cry JOI one on I think will 1 admit the justice justlciof justce justceof justiceor
of the position po llon taken l hy > y tho store tOf For Foiinfinite Forlimimimee1
infinite 1111 if wo have two building huldilgf adjoin adjoinink adjoinInk adjoinin
ink in which aro used os al dwelling dwelilgs ashes afiheinnd Ihl ashesmind
mind Itr garbage are ar taken from them thel with without wl wl1Iout
out any n question quton But tho moment w wto we wetakn wetake
take Ihlm thorn for bu business lnpRs purposes es we are put putto putto
to an 11 expense IXPO of several wprl purp hunch hunchyearly hundred dollars dollarsyearly
yearly to remove tho debris d brlf from them themI
I belleye the present law is uncon unconstitutional unconsttutonnl UtlCOflsthttitionni ¬
stitutional sttutonnl blAve hut we ve want to accept aCcept th thremedy the thormldy theremedy <
remedy rmldy that we can get the quickest quictlfli nnc nncthat and andthRt andthat
that seemfi to bo by amending the charter charterMr charer charerfr charterMr
Mr fr em Kriednam Fri dsam am of H Altman Alman A I c Co wild wildTHE MidTiE saidTmii
THE TiE SUN ban hal the to right idea exactly Ixncllv Tin Tinlaw Tholaw Thelaw
law should ho amended amlndo without wllout delay delayWHIPPED dlay dlayJ delayrn
Or Marshall1 lar h Wife Vlo Complains CorplalnDcnt CorplalnDcnthuo Didnt DidntAbuse
Abuse huo the til Child hli He II Explain ExplainDr Ixplaln IxplalnDr ExplaInsDr
Dr David Dtd J Marshall larehaU of 33 West Twelfth Twelfthstreet TwolfthetrCt Twelfthstreet
street etrCt was arraigned before bltoro MagistrateBaker MagistrateBaker Magistrate Iaglltratoakpr
Baker akpr in the Jefferson Jeferfon Market police polce court courtyesterday courtIAterday courtyesterday
yesterday on the charge of beating bfltlng his hissixyearold hi hiflxYlaold hissIxyearold
sixyearold flxYlaold stepson tepsn The technical thncl charge chargewan chago chagonlAult chargewas
wan assault nlAult bill buln in the body of the com complaint complant cornplaint ¬
plaint plant it was specified speifed that ho struck the theboy te tehoy theboy
boy with ith a hammer BO as al to leave marks marksand markRand marksand
and abrasions abrasionsSpecial almon abrasionsSpecial
Special Specal Oflicor Ofcer William Wilam F Fogarty Fogaty of the UieSociety te teSciety theSociety
Society Sciety for the Prevention Preventon of otCueIy Cruelty to toChildren toChiden toChildren
Children Chiden made the te arrest arre t and appeared as ascomplainant ascomplainant
complainant cmplannt but Marguerite Mrguerte Marshall Marshallthe lshal
the te mother of the tle boy was wa a witness wtneS The Thoboys Theboys Theboys
boys name is Perclval Perciva Alexander AlexanderWhen AlexandorWhen AlexanderWhen
When the complaint complant was val read to t Dr DrMarshall DrMarshal DrMarshall
Marshall he said saidI d dI
Marshal I am am guilty of the charge chage as made madeHo madelo madeTic
al guity
Ho explained d however that he had struck strucktho stuok stuokthe struckthe
lo the exiun boy only oniynt with th thethin the tliln un tat handle of a tack tackhammer tck tckhammer tackhammer
hammer which whch was wn produced in evidence evidenceMagistrate evidene evideneMl8tat evidenceMagistrate
Magistrate Ml8tat Baker Bker held prouce the prisoner prisner in Inbalfor WOO WOObaiffor AOO AOOball
baiffor balfor ball for Special Spela Sessions SessionsDr S6ion
Dr Marshall Malhal is a brother broter of Miss Caroline CarolineL Coloe ColoeL
L Marshall Iarshal who is a teacher techer in the te Misses MissesElys MI8s MI8sElys MissesElys
Elys school oh Riverside Rverelde Drive and of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John T Marshall lashaU who is superintendent superintendentof 8upeintndent 8upeintndentor
of the Edison electrical eletricl works at Harrison HarribonN HaID HaIDN
callv N J Ho took the te affair atar very philo phloBph phitosophi phitosophicallv ophi ophicallv
callvHe clv He Ie Is simply smply terrible terible said Rd Mrs Ms Marshall Marshallto
to t the tle Gerry Gery agent and his sister Rstr Is just justas justa
as a bad She says fS she doesnt do8nt see s why her herbrother herbroter herbrother
brother broter should 8houd be bothered botere and he beat beatmy bet betm beatmy
my m child cliildDr culd culdDr childDr
ceedingly Dr Ma Marshall Iaaal excitable excitableWe exctable exctableWe said sd that tt his h8 wife wfe is il ex exceedingly exceedlngl axceedingly ¬
We have been ben married mrle for three tre years yearshe YMS YMShe yearshe
he said sd and we get along all al right except exceptwhen excpt excptwhen exceptwhen
when she has h hysterics hstrcs Percy is very verydisobedient ver verydisobedient
disobedient dsobedion and persists porsist in wandering wanderingaway wander wanderaway
away into the department departent stores stres after afer afterhave I Iiave Ihave
have iave forbidden him to go there I have havewarned havewane havewarned
warned him hm every day for a month mont and it itvoa ItI Itwas
was wane I always the tE same story 8try Loot Lt night I Itold 1tld Itold
told tld him away hm to t come into Int my room rom and ad I gave gavehim pvhm gavehim
him hm the te whipping whpping I had bd been ben promising promisinghim promfeng promfenghm promisinghim
him hm for a a month I used u the handle hande of the thehammer thehame thehammer
hammer hame because besU it was the te nearest nerest thing thingto tng tngt
t to a cane cne I could cud lay my m hands hand on I did not notjhoke notoboke notchoke
choke the boy or hit him hm in the te face fa or on onthe onfle onthe
fle the head hed te as a my wifealleges wle aleg I had locked lockedho loke lockedthe I
the ho door and she grew gew frantic franto outside outsideAWAY outsde outsdeAWn otateldeAW4Y
The Te Immigrant Immllrnt Who Wouldnt Woudot Land Ld en the theEllis Ue theEllis I
Ellis Els Island Iland Ferr Furbat FurbatJan Ferryboat FerryboatJan > bo t tJan
Jan Tolgnar the te Austrian Auta who has ba been beenit ben beanat I Iat
at Ellis Els Island I8lnd since he arrived arived on the thePatricia te tePatricia thePatrioia
Patricia about abut two weeks wek ago will I be b de deported deported ¬
prted ported on the next HamburgAmerican HamburgAmericanliner HaburgAmeric HamburgAmericanhineraccordtng I
lneracordln hineraccordtng liner according to a ruling rulng rulingrecelved received reeived yester yesterday ye yesterday tl ¬
day by Immigration Commissioner Coriiolr Williams WilliamsTolgnar WliamR WilliamsTolgnar I
Tolgnar Tol nar was detained for examination examinationwhen examinaton examinatonwhen examinationwhen
when the ship arrived arho and while he was waswaiting WI waswaiting I Iwaiing
waiing waiting to be passed got the te Idea that every everyone ever everyone
one he caw embarking pnsse on the ferryboat forrbat for forthe torthe forthe
the Battery Bater was a to be sent back to Europe Europelead Eup EuropeThat
That Idea becme became 8 so frmly firmly Ixe fixed in his hishead
lead hed that when it was WI decided deide that tat he hemight hemight hemight I
might land he refused rerusd to board boad the te ferry ferryboat rer ferryboat ¬ I Iboat
boat and no persuatlon pimlaton p rsuation could make him himdo h himdo
do HO HOIlia 1 soIlls I
Ills 18 objections objrtons to leaving the inland inlandcaused 1 Islandcaused land landcue
caused Commissioner Coneloner Williams WIUams to t report reporttho reportthe f ftho
cue tho case to Washington Wahington It I has ha repr been beendecided tn beendecided
decided deide that Jan is likely lkely to become beome a apublic apublo apubllo I
public publo charge chape andthat ad and tat that he cant cnt come cme Into Intothis Int intothis
this country cuntr now even It he wants at to toThe toThe toThe
The officials ofcals at Ellis Eis Island Islnd will wl be glad gladto gld gldto
to get rid of him htmDIED hi hiDIED himDIED
Government Goverment Wfllher Wilbur WUbn W Cmpron CmpronStricken cprn cprnStricken cipronStrIcken
Stricken on Steamers a Deck DeckWilbur neC fleckWilbur
Wilbur Wibu W Capron a GovernmemVwelgher GovernmemVwelgherwho Gveretwelhe
who was stationed statone for many years yer at the theHavemeyer theBa theHavemeyer
Havemeyer Ba vemeer refineries refne lee of the American AmericanSugar Aeican AeicanSugar AmericanSugar I ISuth
Sugar Refining Refnlog Company at the foot tot of ofSouth ofSouth
South Suth Second Seond street stret Wlllinmsburg Wlmsburg died diedyesterday die diedyesterday
yesterday yeeteray on the deck dek of the French Frenc steamer steamerMolido stemer stemerMolde steamerMolido
Molido Molde Mantes Mntee moored more at that pier pierHe pierHe pierHe
He was ws 65 6 years old and he had bd come ome from fromWayland fromWaland fromWayland
Wayland Steuben county cunty N Y He ap apparently apprenty apparently ¬
parently prenty was Wl8 In good go health helth and was WS on the thesteamer thestemer thesteamer
steamer stemer for inspection ispecton purposes puss when he hewas heaA hewatt
was aA taken tken III 1 An ambulance ambulnc from the theEastern tbeEster theEastern
Eastern Ester District Hospital Hospitl was W8 summoned summonedbut summone summonedbut
but before it arrived arlve Capron was wl dead deadThn de deadThe
The body boy was taken keno to the Bedford Bor avenue avenuepolice avnue avnuepolc avenuepolice
police polc station Btaton and later to an undertakers undertakersCapron uderake undertakersCapron
Capron had ha arranged arrnle to spend spnd Christmas Christmasat Crltmae Crltmaeat
at his old home In I Wayland WaylandMUST Wnlad WnladUjT WaylandIsIUST
DDobttr Daughters to Vie te1111 With Each Other oher for forSirs forIr forMrs
Sirs Ir Hermes Blrmes Property PropertyThe Pa PropertThe rt rtThe
The will w of Mrs MM Dorothea Dorothe Berraes Bne widow widowof wdoW wdoWof
of Daniel Borrnes Bne tim Union Hill Hi brewer brewerwas breweras brewerwas
was as admitted admite to probate yesterday Ylsteray in inSurrogate InSurrogate InSurrogate
Surrogate Lilliss Lllss office of in Jersey City CityShe CityShe CityShe
She named name her daughters daughtfrs Amelia Amell K Schim Schimper Schlmpr Schimper
per Babntha B thl Bermes prmes and nd Lena Lna D Saner Sanermid Sler Slernd Saimerand
mid pr nd Charles F Ruh as 4J executors executorf and pro provided proldNI provided ¬
vided that one year ar and a 1 day from the thertato Ih Ihdnto thedate
date of her death doth her entire estate egiat should shouldho fhouJd shouldho I
ho divided into parcels prcel by tho executors executorsnnd exeutor execuorsand
sold old auction Xo but buttho butthe
and at private aucion 0 ono on but I IIho
the daughter calghtr will wi be hI h allowed alowe to bid The Theunsold 110 110In8011 limeunsold
In8011 unsold parcels parcls will wi bo disposed dl pod of three threomonths thre thremonthl threemonths
monthl months later at t public Publc aiiinn aiiinnShe
She Sh bequeathed blueathN 110000 110 t te < sh h of several severalrandchlldren severalgrandchildren veral veralJrnndchldrpn
grandchildren Jrnndchldrpn The 11e estate M i Kiid lrI to be boorth beworh beworth
worh worth orth nearly mnrl II 11001 11001ERnO4RO 000000 10000001IEIflO4RD 000000OVERBOARD
OVERBOARD i IV THF 7lr COLD COLDt 00 00Sal10rman OLDSalmornian
Sal10rman t orman From rom the Cox CO at Green nesened nesenedby
by b a Revenue Rerlle Cntter Cnttertha Cntrr CntrrCha Cntterhis
tha his rles rlll rle Johnson Johnn a sailor 8sior on the schooner schoonerox shoner shonerCox schoonerCox
Cox ox it A Greendropped Grendppd off 01 his craft crarln In a small smallat sml smallboat
ht boat at near the Battery Btery l3 ttery yesterday yefteray afternoon afternoonanglrd ateron afternoonsac I Iand
and sac JUto started to rOfhore romvashore He Rot all all alltangld
anglrd tanplld up in oro cr eros a currents cunt and andehop chop seas seasxifore 6IS 6ISboror seesbefore
before he had hr gone gOn far and a particularly particularlyjig prtcUlarl1 partIcularlbig
jig him boror bl swell out outho outlt el overturned oertured his hil boat bat and spilled spied spiedhim phIiodhim I Iilm
lt 11 hung on to th tIme dor dory and YAled yelled and nr I
the ho revenue cutter cuttr Manhattan fanllstan which 1lli was wasicar WMnlr wasnear
near nlr by b teamed over Her crew crw pulled pulledohnnon pule pulledJohnson
Johnson Johnfn aboard abr The 1 ho cutter cUIr fished ffhpd out hi his hisrewboat i iowboat
owboat rboat and then chased fbad up the schooner fchonr fchonrAnd schoonerand I Ind
And nd put Johnson aboard aba her I I
1 JITS VESTS HELD 1 El1 VALID VALIDCommlMloner VILIIConirnlssonrr LII LIICommlnlonrr
CommlMloner Commlnlonrr Hall lal Hxr 11 Hall at Minnofl Minnoflirecn 20000reen
irecn reen to De In Custody C tod nrthe Hrput HrputManhal UtputIanhal IepntyMarshal
Marshal Lntll Unt nail l h FurnIshed jnrnhht t tClllens h hUtltn by byCitizens >
Clllens Utltn or thl the he District nstrlel of Columbia ColumbiaBlNqiUMTOK ColumbiaDINOUA ColumbiaBmNolIAtToN
BlNqiUMTOK DINOUA tO Dec Dr 18 IHState 18St State ate Senate StmaloiGeorge Hmalor HmalorGrrge r rGeorge
George Grrge K 1 F ireen was held by h United Unite State StateCommissioner State8Clmlsloner StatesLomnmissioner
Commissioner Clmlsloner Charles harlc H Hall Hal to today lay foitrial for fortrial fortrial
trial on all al the five fe indictments which hlch won wonfound wore worefound worefound
found against him In September and Oc October October 00tober
tober last By the United Unlo States 8tat0 Grand Grnd Jurjat Jury Juryat
at Washington for bribery and Ind conspiracj conspiracjIn
In the postal pOLtal frauds fraudsj
I Senator Croon Greena5 was delivered delver Into limb the thecustody thecustorl thecustody
custody custorl of United Unie States State Deputy Marsha MarshalS Marhal MarhalS
S Foster Fo tlr Black Bacl < and together with wih his at attornpys attornp attorneys
tornpys tornp Theodore Thedore It Tuthlll Tuthi of thin thl city cltjand ciy ciyI cityI
I and Frederick Frederck Collin Cln of Elmira and hl hli hil his hisbondsmen
i bondsmen George Gerge F ONell ONII and Jonas M MKilmer l MKllmuer
Kilmer Kimer of this city el wont before boror United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States flntes District DiilrlcLJ4dgo Judgo Goorgo orgo W nay at atXonvlch atNorwich atNorwich
Norwich this afternoon arcroon United States Dls DlsI Dil District
I trict trct Attorney Atorn George Gtgo S Curtlss CurtlBthero there made madeformal madeformal madeformal
formal application applcaton for a warrant of removal removalI rlloal rlloallot
I lot of the case Cll to the District DItrct of Columbia ColumbiaArgument Columbiahgument ColumbiaArgtimnermt
Argument s I for and against this thll removal removalwill r111 r111wi removalmviii
will wi be b heard later laterCommissioner laterI laterCommuissioner
Commissioner Hall fixed fxC1 Greens Crln bail bal at
I 10 4000 in each ealh of tho five 1ve cases caI ho to bo In InI intime
I tho custody of the deputy marshal until untiltho unti untilthe
tho ball bal la furnished by h citizens of tho Dis District DI DItrlct Districtot ¬
I trict trictot of Columbia ColumbiaGreens ColumbiaGrns ColumbiaGreens
Greens Grns attorneys attore1 refused refufe to give gl the ball ballrequired bal ballrequired
required requird and the party party went wlnt to tf II Norwich Norwichwith NOiVihwith olwih olwihwih
with wih Senator Snltor Oroen OrOn technically llchnllnl in the cus custody 111 0115todyof ¬
tody todyof of Deputy DeputyMarmmhal Marshal Malhal Black Balk It TIA I is under understood understoo understood ¬
stood stoo that questions queston of jurisdiction juriRdicton of the thetrial thpI timetrimmi
trial court cur of the constitution cntlutlon of the thl Grand GrandJury GrandJur CranmlTitry
I Jury Jur of the th validity aldlty of thelndlctments thflndlctmlnttuncl thflndlctmlnttunclor and andi andof
i of the sufficiency sufcency of tho evidence 1ldonee to convict ronvlctI rnlc I II
I I arc to bo b raised raso at the proper limn limnj t lue lueJudge tineJudge
j I Judge Hay Ry will wi be b usked al < ed to grant the do dofence doe doeI riofence
fence u writ wit of habeas hnbl corpus co rpUI which will willprobably wi willprobably I Iprobably
probably be granted gra d and Iko also a f writ of ofcertiorari ofcertiorari i
certiorari rtorr which will wU bring brng the whole wholl mut mutter matter ¬
ter tr before bfore him for argument and review reviewArgument roIA reviewArgument I
Argument Aglmeut will wi be b made mae hereafter hernfler and andshould andehould andshould I
should his decision deiion be b unfavorable untaorhle to t Green Greenappeal Crn CrnapPal Greenappeal
appeal apPal will wi bo taken ken until unti a favorable fa orblo do doriilon doo docisiomi i ialon
riilon < alon Is I had or the court curt of lust lu t retort retortIIOH reborthM resorthas
has been ben applied apple to toCommissioner t toCommissioner
Commissioner Cormi810nlr Hall lal filed fo a long mem memorandum mmomndwn mernorandiun ¬
orandum reviewing revewing the evidence 1ldonc in the thothree timethreo
I three International Internationl Time Recorder Jlrder case casein Oal easesIn
in which hleh Green Oren and George W Beavers Beaversformer Blwel Beaversformer
former superintendent suprintndent of the division dlIIlon of ofsalaries oreale ofsalaries
salaries eale and allowances alowance in the Post Office OfficeDepartment 0f OfficeDepartment
Department are joint defendant defenrlant Tho Thocommissioner Fhccommissioner he hecommlIoner
commissioner recites relt tho payment pyment to toGreen t toGreen I IGrcn
Green Grcn by the company of a 10 per cent centcommission centcommission nt ntcomml8alonon
commission comml8alonon on compn sales rle of It its < time recorders recordersto recrdcl
to t the Government GovErent the transfer trantlr of such suchi suchcommlslon suchcommission
i commission by Green Gren to to Beavers Bael and ad tho thodeposit thedeposit
1 deposit of Greens Grelns checks cheks by b Beavers Baer to toI t
I his own 0 account aCCuut In tho Nassau X U Trust TUt Com Company Compny Cornpany
pany pny of Brooklyn Brdklyn Brd klyn He says saysIt sys sysI saysIt
I It I Is obvious that thl this concurrence cncurr nce In the theamount IheamoUU theamounts
amount amoUU of the cbecWs received relrher by b Green with withtho wlh wlhthe withtime
the amounts arlounh of the checks ulvin hn by b Mm 11111 to toBeavers
Beavers De vrrs could not have happened hnppnt In so many manyi man
I i Instances had there not been an n nfripnipnt lirpmtnt ngrtsrntntI
I I 1 that Beavers should have hl the commissions commissionsI conlols lons lonsRS
I as charged chaf In the complaints The laws of ofthe 01 01the otthe
the United Unie e States 81tes and the regulations reiulntons of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Postal Posla Department require that the thesuperintendent thf thesuperintendent
superintendent superln lendlnt of the te tlarles and nd allow allowances 110 110ances allowances ¬
ances division glvathe Government all a time tliobenefit
beoltH benefit of all al commissions commll lonl discounts J and tlO
deductions deullo08 he hI may ma be able to t obtain obtli Hence Hencewhen 1 hencewhen on Cl
when Green Greel and Beavers by b a secret ncnt agree agreement agreemeat ¬
Giree Gireemtnt
meat mtnt arranged that Beavers should receive receiveand refhe refheAnd receiveand
and retain aranle for his own private priate use u e and bent bentflt >
flt t u commission comml8lon of 10 per prr cent cnl on all 11 his hinsales hil hissales
sales sles of time tme recorders recrders to the Department Dlpnrtnent
Instead tnstad of turnlne turing turnln the same elme over to the ho Gov Government ¬
ernment erment whose whol property it was WAi as was 8S his hissworn I
sworn 8wor duty dutYJlt It Is evident ejient that they tey conspired conspiredto consire
to t violate the Le the law and defraud the United Unite
StalS States as charged charl and money mone paid pai to B Beavers Beaversunder avera averaunder Ierl
under such luch circumstances clrcmstnca could culd have h ve been beenpaid beenpatd beenpaid
paid with no other Intent itent on the part of Green Oreenthan Orlpn Greenthan
than unlawfully unlawruly and ad by bribery brlb pt to Induce Induefavorable Inducl InduclI Inducefavorable
favorable notion Roton on the part of of Beavers In Inthe Inthe
I the purchase Plrch I of those thes te recorders recordersAt rtcorrer
At first frst thought tboulht It may ma seem that the Gov Government Ooveroment Goreroment ¬
eroment tra Wi was not defrauded derrudr in Its tt purchase purchaseof
of time tie recorders rere Inasmuch Inilmucb a as 1 the price to tothe totbe
the Government Goyerment WM WA on Its 1t face the tle Mine MineM Iame
M s to every ever one else but a moments refleo reneoton refieotion I Itlon
tlon ton will wl make lako It ese plain that It was 1 not the thesame themO thesame
same mO by b the discount dilcunt of 10 tAt per cent of which whichBeavers whic
the Government wal war derraldrd defrauded tor or had hadBeaver hadBeavera
Beavers Beaver done his hs duty dut and covered cverd this amount amountInto amountinto I
Into the Treasury Treaur tho an cost cst to the Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment of each recorder would woud have hve been 190 90
instead Insttad of 1100 1100These 10 100 100These recorrr
These Thlse Inferences Inrerencl are so 10 fully rll sustained sustainednnd sustaine sustainedand
and fortified rortned by the oral and documentary documentaryeivldence documenlarrfYld documentaryevidence I
evidence fYld nce Introduced Intouc by the Government Govenment thut thutthem thutthlrf thatthere
them thlrf can be b no question qUlston as to what should I
be the finding fndlnl In the three time tme recorder recordercaaos recorderCao recordercases
cases caaosThe Cao casesFlie
The evidence in the Doremus stamp can cancelling cln clnreUni emmaceUing ¬
celling reUni cases CISl1 Is II not quite QuiI so full tul and nndcomplete andcomplete nodcomplete
complete This Is II accounted accoume for by the un unexpected unexpecle unexpected ¬
expected expecle disappearance of Herbert Ilrbert J 1 Trues
dell del and Ida Croweli Crowellid wild to have been Im Important tmportnt ireportent ¬
portent portnt witnesses wlnPl8P before the Grand Ornc Jury Juryand JUr Juryend
and by b the tie fact that Manager Mnnller Fish Fllh of the thnDoromus th theIoromun 1
Doromus company cmpany suffered u so severely seT ere lust lustwinter lustwinter luttwinter
winter on account of the r scarcity scanII of cool coolthat losl coalthat i
that he was obliged obI1P as ho testings to burn burnall burnall
all the old books and papers paper IpMtII8 of his bil company compnnto
to keep himself blmsel warm regardless relardlpsl of their theirfondness theirposlQlo theirpossible I
poslQlo possible value as llarnc evidence and that his hisfondnRSS lilarondriess
fondness fondnRSS for neat looking lokln account books booksled booksled
led le him to tear out and destroy a number of ofscratched ofscratched
Icrtche scratched stubs from rota the companys check chlck I
books bok8 which should have hlo shown In whose
favor checks check had been drawn draw
It I Is proper to t say sa here that there Ihee Is not notthe notthe notthe
the least suggestion IUiIston In the th evidence evldrnE In any anyof anyor anyof I
of these cased Csel that tLIt the defendant George OeOrlA K Ktransactions J JGreen JGreen
Green ever benelle beneflted personaly personally from these thesetra thesetransactions
transactions tra ctons beyond the theaddltonnl additional profit prodtrrom from fromtha fromthe I Ithe
the Icrealed Increased sale ale accruing sccruig to him lii com common cornmou ¬
mon with wih the other stockholders of 0 these two twocompanies twocompantl twocompanies I
companies companiesThe compantl
The only on questions Queton to be determined dete mlne mIned by the thnCommissioner thl theCommissioner I
Commissioner CmmlS81oner from the testimony tstmony given ilven In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this examination enmnaton are
1 Whether It appear apptr4 from the evidence evidencethut eTldeocethat evidencethat
that the laws of the tie United Unie States have beau becuviolated beeaIolatd beauviolated
violated as a charted charle In tb the complaints complaint
2 Whether there thEre Is 1 probable cause shown
to believe blieve the defendant George E Gr Green Greentlty Greenguilty cn cnrullty
guilty tlty of the offences olenct alleged aleled Georle
3 As Is well wol understood underltood other question questionmar Qlestonl neattonsmay
mar may subsequently SUbseQuenty be raised such as the the June ¬
diction dtctQo of the trial court Jhe the me constitution constltuHoJ of ofmeat orthA ofthe
the Grand Jur Jury the v validity I It ot thE the tnlct tnlctment Indict Indictmeat
meat and the sufficiency of theevldenco the evidence to toconvict tocnvict toconvict
convict cnvict the determination detrlnlltlon of which may maymaterially maymaurlal maymaterially
materially maurlal affect alect the final fBal result resultHaving relultIA resultHaving
Having IA carefully orerulr reviewed revewed the evidence evidenceIn evldencl
In all slihee these cases I have havl been unable to reach reachany rlach rlachan reachany
any an other conclusion Ioncluslon than that In each and andfiver Ind IndfTer andever
fiver fTer of these five fyO cases clS the laws of the theUnited theUnlt theUnited
United Unlt States Sttl In particular partular Sections Sectons 5440 5440and 640 640and 5440and
and 5441 14 of the Revse Revised Statutes Sttutes haT been beenviolated beenvolat beenviolated
violated volat and at the time tme and place charged chargedIn charle
In the complaints complnlnt and that there 1 Is probable probableuSe probablecause i icausa
cause uSe to t believe beleve the defendant George U UGreen 1 SGreen
Green guilty lult of the offences olencea alleged aleild Whore Whorebeen Whererore hero herofore
fore the rolownl following order In substnce substance has hasben hasbeen
been ben made In each of these thes five cases casesIt l3Ies l3IesI casesIt
It I appearing to me the Commissioner Commissionerfrom Commllonertrom Commissionerfrom
from the oral and documentary fvldenlf evidence evidenceoroduced vldenc vldencproduced
produced upon the examination examinaton that the thnlawn thelawI thelaws
lawn lawI of the thO upon United Unie States Sttes have been hren violated ylolatt violatedas j jas
as al charred eharKI In the complaint rmplslnt and that there Is Isprobable 18Nohablt isprobable
probable Nohablt cause to believe blleve the defendant defendantGeorge derendantGporge defendantGeorge
George E Green guilty guity of the Ih alleged alefd offence offenceand onpncp onpncpand off ence enceand
and that the same MIe was o committed commit Id in II the theDIMrlct IheDiMrlct theDistrict
DIMrlct of Columbia It Is hereby hcrcby ordered orderedThat ordredThat orderedThat
That the said George GIorge E Green lrpfn give ilvebat bail In Inthe Inthe inthe
the sum 1m of 4000 10 with lth good 100d ana pufllclent pufllclentsureties punlclntrurete cufiuelentsureties
sureties rurete for his appearance app aranc In and anr before hetorc the theSupreme theSIPremo theSupreme
Supreme SIPremo Court of the District of Columbia Columbiat Columhlalt
lt mit t the thp city clt of Washington on the first frft day dn of ofthe otthe ofthe
the nAt regular rllulnr term thereof there Ihpr to answer answerBorne unswrIRld Imnawersaid
said eharll charge and that In dllanlt default or str said the theamI thesame
Borne amI hn h stand committed commited to the custody of ofthe orthe ofthe
the rnlted Tnler Slates MnrfliAl for the Northern NorthernDistrict NorthernDistrict orthlrn orthlrnDistrict
District of New P York pendIng pfndlnl nn application applicationto atPlcAton atPlcAtonto
to the Ihl United elUd States Slls District luilee ldle for a war warrant sr srrant r rranllo ¬
rant ranllo to remove JPlO him th Ihl thcsnid cnld flid defendant cdfIlant to the thoDistrict Ihl theDistrict
District Di lrlcl of Columbia Colnm la for trial trialDictrlct trlil trialDistrict
District Dstric Judge George GorjA W V Ray this I hil Ilr Ilrnn after afternoon ftfr ftfrnoon
noon nn noon n granted mnlod a writ rlt of habeas hal > ll corpus orpu on onapplication onapplcaton onapplication
application applcaton of Frederick Frdcrick Collin Coln attorney flornI attorney attorneyfor
for Senator Snator Green GJn and George Geor F J QNeil QNeilDemocratic ONelDemocrto ONeitDemocratic
Democratic Democrto leader in Broome Broom county countysigned countysigned ount ountFlgned
Flgned signed the bail bl bond bnd for 120000 1200 Judge JudgeRay Jud JmlgtmRay e efy
Ray fy also ale granted grnte a writ wrt of certiorari Crtlorarl which whichbrings whichbrings hiGh hiGhhring
brings hring all al the proceedings prooding before bfore him for forreview rorrlew forreview
review rlew and It was wla agreed that the orgu orgun agu agument argumont
mont AhnI shall 0 be heard bfnrl before him at Albany Albanron
on n Tuesday Tuea Feb 0 The Thehese Te grntng granting of ofthese ofthese
these writs wrt I acts as as a a stay Bta to the removal removalof I If
of f the th case caF to the District Dstric of Columbia Clumbi Columbiauntil I Imtil
until unti Judgn JUdjA Ray has passed Jed on the tbl matter mater materIoer matterLower I ILower
Lower Freight Fclh RttI Rates on Phosphate PhosphateJACKSONVILLE PhohateJACKIONtLLE PhoaJ3hateJAcgsoyvtiu
JACKSONVILLE JACKIONtLLE FIn Dec 18 18Te 18The The Fey Fernndlna Ft1 Feynandina
nndlna Board Brd of Trade Tde has secured scurd lower lowerrelght lowerfreight
freight fright rates mteon on phosphate pholphate from Florida Floridaallroads Florda Flordamilad Floridarailroads
railroads milad The 1le Railroad Rair Commission Cmmleon ha haBsued bu buiAue basissued
issued iAue an order that railroads ralroad8 may not notbarge notlharge notcharge
barge lharge over orr one cent cnt a ton a mile mlo where wherei
a i shipment passes f over two or more railroads railroadsn rirada riradaIn
In n reaching rachin pl its 11 destination detinton thn initial Initil llh llhnay ln lnmay line linemay I
may charge one and onehalf oneha1 cents cnts a ton tODmt tonmBa a anlle
mBa mt for the first ft ten miles mie
f I
Diamond Damond Merchant MerchantJeweler Mercbant MerchantJeweler
Jeweler Jewele and nd Silversmith SilversmithMADISON Siversmith SiversmithMADISON SilversmithMADiSON
Bctveen 1IpeoD Jith tb and snc ttlh Ib Streila StreilaEstablished SHOUa StrealLEatabitehed
Established EallblLed 1M1 1M1U 1mIt 158 158If
U yean en OB John St 5 as a Slant Slat athavcui athavcuiU U threl roui rouiU
U reari 7 1mr ta a abort abortWedding abonWedding abovecddiDg
Wedding and ad Reception Recpton Inritatioa InritatioaMonograms InyitatolJ InyitatolJMongas lnyitation3Monograms
Monograms Mongas for Note Paper PaperThis Papr PaprThl PaperThis
This Thl is a favorable Urns tlmito tm tmto Urnsto
to place plC order order for Station Stationery Stton Sttoner StationeryanuI ¬
er eryanuI ery and general lencrl Engraving EngravingNo BOiravlol BOiravlolNo
No connection connecIon with wlb any other otherhouse otberhoue otherhoue
houe in this thl line lne of business businessDRIGGS buslne buslneDRIGGS businessDRIGGS
Ho II hail Been Elected Eeetf to Congress Conlrt8 but butHad butlad buthad
Had lad Not qualified qualfed at l the tleTle IlerTime Time of the thnAlleged thoAllle theAlleged
Alleged Allle Imyment of Monry MoneyMiller MoneyMillerlees loleUler loleUlerGor Sillier SillierUoc
Uoc lees Free re of the tie IVIiole lluslnesi lluslnesiThree lustnt lustntThr HusinesThree
Three Thr of the six Indictments Indictment against ex exOongressman exCongrPman axCongressman
Congressman CongrPman Edmund Emund H Driggs which whichgrew whichgrew whichgrew
grew out Olt of tho postal frauds fud investigation investigationwere InvMtpaUon InvMtpaUonWNe
dismissed Judge Thomas Thomasin
were rllHmleed yesterday by Thomn
in the United Unite States Circuit Ciruit Court In Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
1 lyn upon tho motion of United Unite States Stale Dis District DLtrlct Distnict ¬
trict Attorney Atorney Youngs Young who ho conceded that thatno thatno thatno
no crime crlo had been ben committed committedTho committo committedTho
Tho same gme decision delon applied apple also alo to the thethreo thethr thethree
three thr Indictments Idlctment against againt George F Miller Millerof Mier Mierof Millerof
of the Automatic Automato Cashier Clhler Company Compny who whowas whoWM whowas
was indicted with vlh DriggsOn DriggsOn Driggs DriggsOn
On the joint Indictments idctment Driggs and andMiller andller andMiller
Miller ller were charged chargo with violation violaton of ofton Sec Section Seetion ¬
tion ton 1781 181 of the Revised Statutes Statnte of the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States which declares declnre It to bo b a acrimo ncrlmB acrime
crime for any Member Membr of Congress Congt to ac accept n nept nocopt ¬
copt ept money for aiding anybody anyhoy to get a aGovernment aGoerment aGovernment
Government Goerment contract conlrt This Thl section fecton also alsomakes 1150 1150malce aitomakes
makes > the payment pyent of money to a Congress Congressman Congre ¬
man for that tlt purpose purpoe a crime Driggs was wasaccused wn wasaccused
alu accused of taking monoy for aiding the thoAutomatic theAutomatlo
Automatic utomto Cashier Chier Company Compny to get ot a con contract contmt contract ¬
tract tmt from the te Pose Pot Office Oc Department DeprtmentMiller Deprtent DeprtentMier DepartmentMiller
Miller Mier WAS wa accused acued of paying plng tho money
When the case c was W up for argument arguent on ondemurrers ondemurrer ondomurrers
demurrers demurrer Abram Abr J Rose Rs of the firm frm of ofKellogg ofKelofg ofKellogg
Kellogg Kelofg it Rose Rse counsel cunel for Miller Mier argued arguedthat argul arguedthat 1 1Ihat
that Section Seton 1781 did not apply because becauseDriggs beaus becauseDnigge
Driggs was not a 1 Congressman Congrran when the thealleged thealleged
Drgs between him and Miller Millerwas Millervmms
alleged alltO agreement rement btwecn ad Iler Ilerwn
was wn made mae Driggs Drggs was wa elected eletec In Novem November Novembr Novernher ¬
her br 1898 The agreement was wasa1e aliened alienedto ahlomodto
to have been n made subsequent subseuent to that date datebut datebut datebut o I
but before bfor December Deember 1809 189 when Driffgrt Driffgrtqualified Drh DnIggsqualified jl
quaifed qualified and ad was wa sworn In as a a member memberof
of the Houso 10uBe of Representatives Replnla 11 Lawyer LawyerRose LawyerRose wer werRse
Rose Rse contended ontene that Priggs Drggs wan 1 not a aCongressman aConlreama aCongressman
Congressman Conlreama within wihin the meaning of oftherefore ofstion ofsection
stion section 1781 hefor lefove be quaifed qualified ad and tat tatthereror that thattherefore
therefore thereror no crime can be b charged chare1 against againsthim againsthim
him or Miller crme United Unie States District DistrictAttorney DistrictAtorey ImstrlctAttorney aealnl
Attorney Atorey Youngs conceded oncc that I point pointyesterday pointyesterday it ityesterday
yesterday when hen he moved move for dismissal dismissalThree dismisl dismissalThree
Three Tr other Indictments idlctmentR are pending pendingagainst penrlng penrlngaant pendingagainst
against aant Drigga DrKKs under Section Stion 1762 which whichdoesnt whichdoesnt whichdoesnt
doesnt provide prvide the loophole that thlt has ba been beenfound bn bnfound beenfound
found In the section ston Immediately Ieitel pre preceding lIrecing imreceding ¬
ceding cing Section Ston 1782 18 says that tha no Senator SenatorRepresentative Snator SnatorReplntalvo senatorRepresentativo
Representative Replntalvo or officer otcer of Congress Cngr after afterhis atr atrhi afterhis
his hi election elrton and during durg his hi continuance continuanceIn cntnuace cntnuaceIn
In office of shall shal ijscelre rlve money 4o o But ButSection ButSeion ButSection
Section Seion 1782 182 does doe not make mfe time I payment paymentof pa 1ent 1entoC
of the money a crime so e the three thn Indict Indictments Indictments indiotmeats ¬
ments te against tn the cre eiCongressman exCngran 4U tlll tlllpending 111 111pending
pending aan do not cover cer the case ca of Miller Millerwho Mier Mierwho Millerwho
who has ha been bn cleared cle of the whole hole mess messby les lesby messby
by Judge Thomass Tomas decision decisionTE deision deisionTEN decisionTEN
Grrrne Gretn Will Wi let Lr Ills 111 iii Sureewor Surerlor same > ame me meDozen a aD07 aDozen
Dozen D07 n Matron MatronPolice MatronaPolice IatronPolc
Police Polc Commissioner Cmmioner Greene Greno promoted promotedten promoto
ten roundsmen to the rank of sergeant sergeantyesterday sergeantyesterday rgeantesterdy
yesterday esterdy This T1 fills 111 all al vacancies vRCces In that thatgrade thatjre thatgrado
grade jre The Te list lit of captains cptains Is now com complete complete cornpleto ¬
plete and tho only places plos for the Incoming Incomingadministration icorln icorlnamitrton incomingadministration
administration amitrton to fill tU aro ar twelve telo matron matronships mtron mtronellps matronships
ships Gen Greene Grn said yesterday osteray that ho howould heould howould
would ould let his successor SUCCS0r name them themThe themTo themThe
The To ten now sergeants srgcntslre srgcntslreJohn are aroJohn areJohn
John Pepper of the East Jtt Eightyeighth Eightyeighthstreet Ellhtel hth hthslr
slr street et police station Wtlllatn WUlau Stranahan of oftho otIho ofthe
the Leonard polc street staton police polce station statou Bernard Bernardlark BernardClark ernariClark
Clark lark of the Fulton ulon Street strelt polce police station stationBrooklyn uutionlrookyn stationBrooklyn
Brooklyn Lawrence OBrien of the West issd issdstreet 162 162street 152c1street
street lrookyn police po ce station Patrick ONeill ONel of the tlieUnion theUolon timeUnion
street Union Market Itatoo police polce station etatou Louis Loull M t Frank Frankof
of tbe Dolancny street police polc station John JoliuHeadquarters JohuAppel JohnAppel
Appel or the Bureau ot Intormaton information Poll Pollle Pollee Polleeileedguarters
Headquarters Thomas homB Kelly KII of the Madison Madisonstreet Madisontrpet Madisonstreet
street le trpet dQunrer8 pollen POUCI station Cornelius Cornelus W V Casey Cae of ofthe otthe ofthe
the East 104th l0th street police polce station Itaton James Jamesiiearn JameaHeom JamesHearn
iiearn of the House louse ot Detention DetentionGOOD Detenton DetentonOOD DetentionCOOD
Grand Grud Jury i Plead Ped for Him Hm and Employer EmployerJoins Emplotrtolnl EmployerJoins
Joins tolnl InSentenoe In Sentence Siupended SiupendedThe Snspndt SnapendedThe
The Grand Jury Jur took the unusual unusul course courseyesterday CUMe CUMeteray courseyesterday
yesterday teray of sending tndlng through Assistant AssistantDistrict AS81sUnt AS81sUntDistrct AssistantDistrict
District Distrct Attorney Attorey Perkins Perkln a recommenda recommendation rommenda rommendation ¬
tion of clemency in the case casot caseof of C H 1 Dlt Dltmar Dltma Ditmar
mar ma who was wa up before Judge Judle MoMahon MoMahonin lo lahon lahonIn
in General Sessions Selon8 for forgery forger In the te second seconddegree Bond Bonddegre seconddegree
degree degre Ditmar acknowledged forging a acheck acheck I
check chek in the name of Frederick Frederck Crownin Crowninshleld Cownin Crowninshield
shield sheld an artist atBt of 42 West Welt Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet Eightenth Eightenthstetfor Eighteenthstreet I
stetfor street for 120 20 20Mr 20Mr I IMr
Mr Crowninshield sent a note to t the theCourt theCour theCourt
Court Cour saying eyln that tht Ditmar Dtma who is 47 47years 47yer8 47years
years old had been employed by byhim byhim byhim
yer8 him for twenty years yer and ad had an excellent anexoUent anexoUentrecrd anexoellentrecord excellentrecord
recrd record Ditmar Dtma he said sid had ha done work workfor workfor workfor
for good government And belonged blonged to say several S sayera ¬
erl era eral patriotic patroto societies societiesBookkeeping solete socletleJudge
Judge Mc McMahon laon supnded suspended e sentence sentencee sentenceDookkeeplnc aebtenceBookkeeping
Bookkeeping at Euchres EuchresA Euce EuceA
A now nw system sytem of keeping keping a record rcord of the theplarem theplayers i ilayers
layers > who win wi games came at public publc euchres euchresn euch
In n Bayonne Byonne was Introduced Ilrouc on Thursday Thursdaylight Thurday Thurdaynlghl Thursdaynight
light Besides Dslde having their thel theircarda cards cs punched punchedhe punche
the he players plyer have have their names name entered enter in a atook aboK ahock
took boK and the result re 1 of each Inh game is recorded recordedo reored
60 o the book and cards crs must correspond correspondit corJpond corJpondat
at it the te finish fnlih Complaints Complalnt have hve been made nmdot
at the big euchre cuchres that that the player players chete cheated cheatedIt
I It t Is II alleged aUege that some women even eOI went wrntso wentI40 I Io
so o far as to carry car their own punches punchesFatal punchel punchelFtal punchesFatal
Fatal Collision < 01810n on the Ice IcrFiftoenyearold IrFionverolc IceFifteenyearold
Fiftoenyearold Fionverolc Alonzo Patterson Poteron of 122 122oatrnnd 122ostrand IDNostrand
oatrnnd avenue enue Brooklyn died yesterdayt yesterday IRterdayat
at t his home of injuries Injutiel he received recef whllo whllokating whiloskating hla hlakalinJ
skating on Prospect Prof Park Lake LkA on Wednes Wedneslayevening Wedne Wedneedayovening
kalinJ c
layevening day oenlnp Ho was run Into by another anotherikafcr anothrLkl anotherskater
Lkl skater er and fell fel backward blckvar his head striking strikinghe etrklnl
the he ice ic Ho le did not become beome ill I until unl Thurs Thuretay Thursday 1r
day oa Then Ten a doctor discovered dlRCOVer that thlt his hisikull hisskull I
skull RklU was 1 fractured i
Pictures In Fire of Niagara Fall the theMayor tit titIor theMayor
Mayor Ior the MayorElect Tim Tm Sullivan Sullivanand sulhan sulhanand Sulihinand
and MoCarren Mecarreniloflrninlf lcarnlolmlnrGun lloomlnK Guns and a aMarine aIalno aMarine
Marine Ialno Pageant Parts of the Show ShowSeveral fhow fhowSverl tthowSeveral
Several Sverl hundred hundre workmen were employed employedywterdny employedyesterday
yesterday fterdn In finishing fn hin the decorations deeratonf of oftho oflhn ofthe
the Willlamsburg Wllmsburg Bridge Brdge whim Is to be beopened beopne beopened
opened opne today toda and in stringing the wires w for fortho forthe forthe
the 20000 200 electric globes gJobe which wl will form formpart formpart
part prt of tho elaborate I < borte scheme scem for tho Il Illumination i iilumninatlon ¬
lumination luminaton of the bridge brdge at night nightIn
In the daytime dale when the opening oponlg core ceremoniestake cre cremonlestake coremoniestake
moniestake place lc tho steel etel work ork of tho thobridge thobrldgo thobridge
bridge will I be for the greater gret part p hidden hiddenbeneath hiddenhenrth hiddenbeneath
beneath henrth bunting buntng and ad flags tgR while hlo at night nightIt niht nihtIt
It Is promised promle the fireworks frworkl and ad electric electricIllumination elerlo elerlolumlton electnioIllumination
Illumination lumlton willeasily will 1 tlly easily beat bt any ay similar similardisplay siiar siiarrllpllY similardisplay
display in this city cityThin cityThis
rllpllY ever C seen aen thll cty ctyThl
Thin is the lhprogae programme which has h been beensettled beenfctlc beensettled
settled fctlc upon for todays clehratlon clebmlon clobrationijso
1130 1 A M MDraUlb Mniorougti Borough President Irldtnt Swanstrora SwanstroraCommissioner Swatrom SwatromCommlslontr SwaitatromCommlastoner
Commissioner Commlslontr of Public Publc Works RrdDrld R dntld and other othercity otherel othernlbm
city el offlclal1 omcl I lenvo lNvO norou ttorotmgh Dor ouch b Hull 111 Brooklyn nrklD under underescort uDdercacon uaderescort
escort of Troop Trp C Cii
13 1 M 1 Mayor Low Lol anil ald Manhattan M nhsUAD ofllclaLi omclararled w wrorted es esroiled
roiled by Seventyfirst Seenlyfrst RrKlmcnt neKlrrDI leave City Hall HallManhattan lal hellManhattan
Manhattan lanbaUan Manhattan12n0
1230 12 1 I > M 1The 51The The Brooklyn lrooklrD parade iurw atrl from fromRockaway fri fromRockawy
Rockaway avenue avenuel5 aveDurI aveausita
l5 I P M MParadl MParadc Parade reaches the bridge brdre plaza plaiawhere plz plazawhere
where heJe It will wi be reviewed by b the city U officials
2 P M Mnrad Head of parade resehes Hanover Haot Club Clubwhere Clubwhee Clubwhere
where ion whee It will 1 be greeted nete with wlb a special apecal deinoaitra deinoaitratlon deIntra deIntraUon demonatraion
2 P 1 MrMeeting M lrLnc between cfflclals cmcab from rm zom both bothboroughs botbboroulhs bothboroughs
boroughs boroulhs Inccntre of new brIdge brdle
230 23 P 1 1 M Speechmaklnc M1peechmaklnr begins at the grand grandstand rrandsland grandstand
stand on the plaza plazaJust pLUAJI plazaJust
Just JI t when hun the fireworks Irworkl display will wi begin beginhas bgin bginha beginhas
has ha not been bon definitely defnloly determined Com Commissioner Commis Cornmissioner ¬
missioner mis lonar Llndentlml Inrlenthal has hl announced nnnoun 830 830P c3 c3P 0 0P
P M ns n tho hour hut Alderman AldEnnn Holler Hollerchairman Holer Holerchairmn Hohlorchairman
chairman chairmn of the Committee Commite of Arrange Arrangements Arrang Arrangomeats ¬
meats mentl said Mi last Int night nltht that it would taKe taxeilaco taKeplR taKeplace
plR place ilaco between btweon 8 and 0lr > P M f The Te proba probability probahUly probahllity ¬
bility hUly Is that Mr Ir Hollers Holers time lme schedule Ihedule IheduleTI schedulewill
I will TI b be ue followed followedTho folowed folowedTo followedThe
The To fireworks frworks exhibition xhlbiton will wil include includebesides Includebfldes includebesides
besides bfldes thousands thouMnd of rockets rkel and bombs bombsballoons bmb bmbbaloonA bombsballoons
balloons baloonA and parachutes prchutl a representation representationof repretntaton repretntatonof
of Niagara Niagar Falls moro mor than thn 100 10 feet broad broadflowing brud brudfowing broadflowing
flowing fowing from the bridge blid e the Hanging Hangng Oar Oardons GardeM Oardorms
dons of Babylon tho portraits prraltA in tire of ofMayor ofMayor
Mayor I Iw < ow Mayorelect Iayorlet McClellan lcCloll the thelato thalate thehate I
late Andrew Andrw H IL Green Orn and Senator Snator McCar McCarren mmlcCarran lcCr lcCrren
ren and Big Dil Tim Sullivan Sulvan in i whose who districts districtsaro dtrlC1
are ar the approaches approaehel to the new bridge bridgeAt
At the close c10 of the th opening ceremonies ceremoniesa
opning crmnes crmnesa
a Baluteof Rlute of 100 10 guns will wi be b fired fr from frm a aPolice aPolice
rolc Police Department Deprment boat which will wi be bestationed b bestationed I
stationed 6tatlonld near tho Brooklyn Brk1 anchorage anchorageThis anchoragobl
This bl salute slute will wi be b taken Uken up by the navy navyyard nvy navyyard
yard and tho garrison gllrlon at Governors Goveror8 Island IslandThe Illam1 1iandlimo
The urrangeiuonts arrugemult for the water parade paradewerd pade padewer paradeweri
werd penucivd pnecld yesterday YCdteray At 7 oclock oclocktho ocock ocockthe oclockthe
the boats blt which will wil take tke part prt In the parade paradeorganized paradeorganized
pae paeorgaiJl
organized orgaiJl by tno Uo Mercnauto Mercnat Marino Mrie Asso Association A0 A0clton Assocmatlon ¬
ciation clton will wil atorublo In the East Itlver Itlverbo Idvernorth
te 1t
porL north of Susentythird eptythlr ttJet street There will willbo I
bo nix tlx divisions dlvllon in il the UI Hoot tot under Com Commodore COIPmooro Compznodoro ¬
modore Fred ln red 11 Dalzcll Dal4U on the tu flagship flagshipV lbl lblr
V mooro r 1 U Dalzcll Dal4lI At the to signal which will willbo wil wilbe willbo
bo two rockets sent from tho flagship IgshlPr the theproceed thefet thefleet
fet fleet wi will lorm two abreatl abreast eor every boat boatdccora00d Olt OltdocoraW
docoraW dccora00d with flags ad and lgbl lights ad and wi will willproceed
proceed proe In i that tat formation rormton g to t the t bridge bridgeund bridgeand bridgeand
and then tln will wi turn with starboard Htrboa helm helmaud helmald helmand
and ald head hea lor the tl foot of Hudson HudJp avenue avenueBrooklyn aTenueUruldD avenueBrooklyn
Brooklyn UruldD At that point poit two more mre rockets rocketswill rkel rocketswill
will wil bo b tired tr trom too Uf flagship rghlp uo l a signal signalfor signalfor igni
for the te fleet leut to t disband disbandAM diband dibandeach
AM each vessel eel passes wider the te bridge bridgeit
it will salute either pt with Ith it it its wier whistle whltle or with withroekeuj withrocew withrockets
rockets rocew illut After Aftr disbanding dlbandlg the tl vessels I will willdrop wU willdrop
drop below blow the bridge and take te positions positionsuloii pition positionsalong
uloii along the te urooklyn lroklyn chore to t witness wltO the thedisplay te tedllll thedisplay
display ui nreworks An elaborate elbrt set sate saterules t of ofrulea oCrule
dllll 1rework
rule lias hW been ben isaucd iuc by Commodore Commoore Dal Dalzoll DalJet Dalzolt
zoll to govern the movements IOClneltd vl the fleet fleetwith neetwith fleetwith
with Jet a gover view to te avoiding loidiu accidents llclden1 The Thefleet Thetot Thefleet
fleet tot will wil number about liW 1 iJOvesacLa iJOvesacLa000DI31ES vessel vesselOOODBlES WIICl WIIClGOOIBIES
lie le Preside rrlalde In Spc S pecisl cl i Sessions Hl nl and it itDelutrU I IPlued
41 DelutrU Plued With 1U Pralie PralieJusticeJulius P PJutic Pr1eJustice
JusticeJulius Jutic Justice JulU JuhiOs M 1 Mayer presided prlded in the theCourt theCourt
Court of Special Spial Sessions Ssion yesterday Yldtrday for fortho fortho forthe
tho lost lt time before bfor his hl retirement at the theend theend theend
end of the month When court curt opened openedPresiding opene openedPresiding
Presiding Prsidlng Justice Ju tce McKean Mcl an begged legg him himto himto himto
to take tka his hi seat seatThen sol seaLThen
Then Capt Edmund li I Price started startedthe startedthe I Ithe
the ball bl rolling ring with wih a little ltte speech sfleh on OBbehalf onbehalf I IbehaJ
behalf behaJ of the to lawyers lwrer praising plllng the retir retiring reUri retirjag ¬
and followed by b John JohnD
jag i Justice JUtlco ad was WI foloweel
D Lindsay Llndt president pre i olt of o the Society Soiftr for fortho tortho forthe
tho Prevention 1reen ol ot Cruelty to t Children ChildrenOther ChdnmUther ChildrenOther
Other speakers l aken vsre r Assistant AI18tnt ULitrlct ULitrlctAttorney lLltrlct lLltrlctAtorey LLitrictAttorney
Attorney tiwanl lwal1 Saqdfprd f Secretary retary E EFellows EFUOW8 EFeiiowa
Fellows Atorey Jenkins Jenk of the tht Childreuti Chldtnt Society SocietyAbttUtant Iolety Ioletyltunt tiocletyAssistant
Assistant Corporation CorpOrotoll Counsml CQunl Herman HermanStlufel HermanStlurelllulp HermanStifel
Stlufel Stlurelllulp ltunt PliilipCroodhurdtuud ohart lnt Julius Julu Wasaer Wasaermon Wlr Wlrma Vasseralan
mon ma Justice Jutiuo Mayor Iacr ciso rPt uiacbm u little Itt speech BJieechof Bl > h
of thanks in reply replyUe rpl rplHe replyHe I
He also Ilso annoiuiccd allolUcod that t nt time J11 resignation resiguationof rEliguaton I
of David Davit Willartl as prol protwt1041 tiba I 1 oslcor had hadbeen ba badbeen
been ben accepted acopted and that lat J f C Uraveur Ureur had hadbt hadbn hadbeen
bn been bt en appOinted LPvlntOI in hin hi place tPatrolman tPatrolmanrnk 1IatrolinanFrank Patrolman PatrolmanFrank I
Frank rnk Abbott Alhot is i to t wvsi t in the work workELIZA vsorkEIIZA ork orkElIZo
SIr Un Washburn Wasbnrn Fears can Uncle Toms TornslieroLie Wln WlnHeroLne bin binItroL1
HeroLne ItroL1 Ii I Steallnr luIDf tier U r Husl Imblnl ImblnlSuprcme lLuaband lLuabandSupremO nd ndSupremo
Supremo Court Justice JU8tio Levcntrltt Lenlrlt Levontrittserved Re Reserved e esrve ¬
served srve decision deilon yesterday yestera on the te applica applicatlon applc application
tlon of tilrs lre Ida Ide Washburn Washbur for allmon allmonand alion alionInd alimonand >
and Ind counsel cunsel fee fe pending pendig tho trial of her hersuit bel belsuit hersuit
suit suit for a separation separaton from her husband husbandLoon husbandLn husbandLoon
Loon W Washburn the lh proprietor of ofseveral orsveral ofseveral
several sveral Ln road companies cmpnieD playing Uncle MUncieToms UncleToms UnoIeTonis
Toms Cabin The he Wobhburns WmhburJI were mar marrlod marrlo marned
ned rlo in I 1888 and lived lve happily happiy until unt about a ayear aScr ayear
year ago Mrs Washburti Woshluru says says 8 that a awoman aon1n aaonian
Scr s
woman on1n who takes the to part of Eliza Elza in in one oneof oneof oneof
of her husbands companies cmpies has bs supplanted supplantedher supplnt
her in his affections aflctons and he is anxious to todivorce todlorc todivorce
divorce dlorc her so 8 that tht he may ma marry tho other otherwoman otherwomn otherwoman
woman womn She allegro aUgl that tat Washburn Wuhbu makes makesmore make makesmore
more than 20000 200 20 000 a year yearWashburn yearWashburn 01
Washburn Washbur thn den denies IIs his hi wifes wies charges cgel and andsets andRtR andsets
sets RtR up that thlt she Is I independently IndlPndenty wealthy wealthyand welthy welthyand wealthyand
and in no need ne of alimony alimonyEast nUmou nUmouFst ahinionyEast
East New ew York ork Ix JAOP Loop op to Go GoThe G GoThe
The Brooklyn Rapid Rlpld Transit Company Companyannounced Companyannounc Companyannounced
announc announced yesterday that on and after afterDeo afer aferDp afterDec
Dec Dp 28 the famous East Eat Now York loop 9oopwill loopwill lopwi
wi will he abandoned abndone It is the intention Intenton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company ompan to enclose tho big platform platformund pltform pltformnd platformmind
und nd nee the station as a transfer tanatr point pointFor pointfor pointfor
For the Broadway Broaway ferry ter Lexington Lxingtn avenue avenueand annueand avenuoand
and Fulton street routes routC For several Ilveal years yearsI yearsIhe yearsthe
the I he loop was WI the scene cne of daily daiy crushes crushesthat crushesthat crushesthat
that bordered brdere closely on riots every ever train trainemptying trainemptlng trainemptying
emptying its Itt passengers palengers on the platforms platformsf platforts platfortsafer platformsafter
afer after f ter which they woro ere bundled bundlN aboard aord other othertrains othertrall othertrains
trall trains and bedraggled neragglN and disgusted disgustedfinally disgute disgustedfinally
fnally finally landed lanrle an at at their destinations destntonl After Afer Afterthe i io
the chan chante e goes Into etect effect a through ride rideto rideto I
to o East J t Now ew York will 1 be b given givenFUrk ghln ghlnnark givenflank
nark Ashore at Montank Point PointThe PointThe PointThe
The bark Cuba went enl ashore on Thursday Thursdaylight ThuJay ThuJaynigh Thursdaynight
light nigh at Oyster Cove CO Inside of Montauk Montaukint MontaukPoln MontaukPoint
Point int Shin left this city cly on Thursday Thursdayor Turdar Turdarfor
for or Port Grcville Grcil N S and Ind her captain captainnltook cptainmlltQok captainmnistek
nltook mlltQok Mnuliuk Iolltlu Light Li ht for Gull GII Island Islandfhe Iflnd IflndThe IslandThe
The vessel fF e1 U i lying Iylnr easily e11r nnd Is I in nodan nodaner no nodanger dan dangr
gr er unless the wind shifts Ilit to the northeast northelt
t It is i aa a crisp cri and ad exhilarating exhiarating as a the ideal idealDecember idealDecmber idealDecember
December Decmber morning morningMurray moring moringHuray morningMurray
Murray Huray Lanmans LanmansFLORIDA Lnmans LnmansFLOIA LanmansFLORiDA
For Fo the Handkerchief Toilet and Bath BathInsist BathInslt BathInsist
Insist on having the Genuine GenuineMurray GenuineMuray GenuineMurray
Muray Murray Lanmans LanmansAFRANKFIELDCO LanmanFRANK LnmansAFRANKFIELD
Jewelers and Importers ImportersHave ImporterHave Importer5Have
Have endeavored in i their Christmas Chrtmas display diply to tomake tomake tomake
make a radical radicl departure from rom the conventional conventionalSOLID conventonal conventonalSOLID conventionalSOLID
and have produced prouced many highly ornamental ornaental watches watchesof
of exceptional onal beauty but costing costig with chatelaine Pins Pinsattached Pinsattced pinsattached
attached attced exce from frm 3500 to to15000 15000 J Our regular regulr line lineof le leof lineof
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18 I 8 to 75 and mens watches from 28 to 150 150Open 150Opn I 50 50Open
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She Wrote rote Hl His Play She Se S S Sas > i and He HeAdopted le leAdopte HeAdopted
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Story Is I There Tere Werent errnf Any AnUelnrtant AnUelnrtantlumor Reluctant lleloctantHumor ReluctantHumor
Humor lumor quenched With Ith Champapie ChampapieThe Camp ChaniParneThe r rTe
The Te testimony yesterday yestordy in the suit of ofMarie ofMare ofMarie
Marie Mare Aileen Aen Billings Bilngs known kown as Kid Kidagainst Kidagaint Kidagainst
against againt C B Lewis Lws known kow In her family familycircle Caml Camlcirle familycircle
circle cirle of two as M Quad Quc for breach brah of ofa ora ofa
a story stry writing witn contract contrc was wa wastargely largely a story storyof storyof storyof
of cheerful cerful Mondays Mond made mde merry merr with withchampagne withphampagne
champagne Kid the actress adfs and Quad Quadthe Qud Quadthe
tampga the seventyyearold sventyyeaold humorist hworlt ware ur both bothon bth bothon
on the witness wtnel stand standShe Btnd BtndShe standShe
She talked talke of the thousands thousnrls he had hadpromised hadpromisd hadpromised
promised promisd her and of tho bottles bottes ho had hadbought hadbught hadbought
bought bught for hor While Whle he to offset olft the thoImpression theImprlon theimpression
Impression Imprlon that tht such tale tnlel might make makeon
on the Court Cow told sadly Mly of the times tmes he hehad heh hehad
had h been bn obliged obUgo to borrow brw carfare Crra from fromthe fromthe
the Kid to get from frm her lr flat I t in Manhattan Manhattanto MaataJ
to t bin bl home hom In Brooklyn BrooklynMay BrooklynMay rkly
May U 1903 10 was la a Monday Mondy That Iat was wasthe wasthe
the day dy In I which whic Miss MI Billings Jlig declares declaresthat delans delanst declaresthat
that Lewis promised pro to give 16 her 2SOOO 2SOOOIn 2 25000in O
t In 1901 and contracted to nay her in the themeantime themetie themeantime
I cntrte
meantime metie 101 825 25 a week wek to write wrlf py short hor stories storiesfor 8tore 8torefor storiesfor
for him to sell l over ovtr his signature sllRuro M Quad QuadThu t QuadThe uad uadT
The defendant said that he did not see aonthe I seethe
the T woman om defendt on May sd H I and Idthat that there Iher had hadbeen hd hdbn hadbeen
been bn a nilxup n xup of Mondays Monw IWCBUWJ I > CuF his hislast hi hiIt hislast
last It visit IBlt to the flat ft was wn on May la 4 IMiss 4MIM 4Miss
Miss Billing in response to the th ciueetions ciueetionsof qUtstonfl qUtstonflof questloimsof
of her lawyer Col respn James Jami I 1 F MilHIten MilHItenswore Jlllten JllltenIor Miflhimenswore
Ior swore than thn Lewis 14i wan In her flat t on Monday MondayMay 101da 101daMa MondayMa
May Ma 11 1 and on every subsequent 8ulJIUent Monday Mondayduring Mondayduring Ioldar Ioldardunng
during May 1y Juno JUu and July JUI Hor servant servantFanny lrnt lrntlIIY servantFanny
Fanny lIIY Phillips Philps swore swor to the thl same thing thingnnd thingnnd timinganti
nnd recalled details to prove prP it itI ItI itI
I know kuo he was a there ther on May 11 1 said Id tho thoservant tho8ranl theservant
servant 8ranl because becllS ho h marked the calendar rolcwlnrin rnlrndar rnlrndarIn
in the to dining dlnln dinlnm room rm and called caled me In to see KOOit seeit e
it I Ho said 111d to me I want you OU to see seeFannv seFann seeIannv
Fannv that Ive Ie marked the calendar clendlr to today today today ¬
day because b au a I year vror from today todlY Im Im going polngto
to give ie Kid KIIIO 25000 from my copper copplr minoy minoyand mile mileand nune nuneand
and then thenCol thenCol thenCcl Im Im tjoinj lohl oitig to give her 1 52 2j a week wPk until untilthen ultl muitithen
Col Milliken Zllken than called crle a cleric from a anpnrby anMrhy anearby
nearby liquor lquor store ator vho ho produced tho store storebooks storebok storebooks
books bok and and swore HOr thnt the records showed showedthat showedlint hoe
that thnt lint Mr Billings BiUng had bought tv 1 bottle hotle of ofchampagne I Ichampagne Ichampagne
champagne on Monday May Iay II 1 and on onsubsequent on8ubequent oneubnequent
subsequent 8ubequent Mondays M I Qund had prey previously prmlously preyiously ¬
iously admitted admte that thJt ho was wa known ns Mlr MlrBiing Mr MrBillings MrBillings
Billings Biing in the neighborhood nelrhhorho of Kids flat flnrMiss fat fatMis flatMiss
Miss Mis Billings Bng also 890 testified tcttf yesterday yesterdayabout vlloray vllorayabout yesterdayabout
about the te money which she sold Bad she had hadlent hld hldlent hadlent
lent Lewis Lwi and ad which whch be had not returned returnedIt rtured I II
It I was wa mostly moty in small smal amounts amount she shesaid I IBnld Isaid
said bu but t once onc I lent him hi M MThe
The Te plaintiff plalntll also ailo said fld that she had bd written writen writena writtenSn i ila I
Sn la a play called cle rTenn0o Tennessee but that Lewis Lewisbad Lwis Lewishad I
bad d copyrighted it under his hi own name narnnabd namna nameatd
abd a d reaped r copyghted tho financial fnacil benefit beneft M I Quad Quadswpre QuadsWre uad uads
swpre s sWre pr that he wrote the play but admitted admittedthsit adn admittedthat te
that Miss lL Billings Blng collaborated collaboratedsho colabomted colabomtedho
sho ho dldnf write for theactor the actor Edeson Edesonhe
he Continued oontnue I approved approve of the plot plotand plotad plotand
and ad advanced advancd her money to t help her hlr along alongwith alongwith alongwith
with the teundeltandln understanding that I would be boreimbursed bereltbule bereimbttrsed
reimbursed reltbule if I the play pi was 8 a success succe But Butit ButIt Butit
it washt Kid wrote wrte and ad wrote on the theplay theplay theplay
play until unti she was wa played playr out outHow outMHo outHow
MHo How vabout about the copper mines asked askedCol alted altedCol askedCol
Col MUliken MiIken m I In crossexamination crossexaminationThe crO coppr xamaton xamatonTe
The Te copper mines mt replied reple the te humorist humoristsadly humorit humoritedly humoristsadly
sadly wore wtre a joke Kid Kd knew kneV It as n well wellas wel wellas
as I did Why hy we used to talk about our ourselves ourIfe ourselves ¬
selves Ife aa a t te tie e Copper Coppr King Kng and the Copper CopperQueen Coppr CopprQuen CopperQueen
Queen Quen andthen and h n rd borrow borw ten cents cnts from
her to got b bJck ck to Brooklyn BrooklynM Brookly
M r Quads Qua daughterinlaw dughter Inlaw Mrs Mr Lewis Lewiswas Lw1 Lewiswas
was one of the he humorists humorts witnesses wltO She Shesaid Shesaul I
said 1 that tht thatthe the rnanuscriptof 1nurpt of the playTenneu playTenneuee p1yTennM p1yTennMfee
fee see ee was all al in I her fatherinlaws ratherrlIawl hand bandwriting handwrtng handwriting
wrtng writing and alpo allo that he was wn not away from
his Brooklyn bomo on Monday May 11 1
Justice Justc Brokl Bentbett Jnllett reserved r ene decision decisionWILL deision deisionJ11 decisionWILL I
Ten Then They Tr Wont out Hare lt to Make Mae Retnrm Retnrmof
of FiVrm Fmia rl Kaeh Trip TripSecretary TIp TIpSeretry TripSecretary
Secretary Seretry Frederick Frt1Erck Evans of the Public PublicService Publc PublcSrlo PublicService
Srlo Service Corporation Crorat on of New Jersey Jersy an announced annoul announcemd ¬
nounced noul in Jerse JersI Jerseiy City Cty yesterday that all allrolloy al alltrolley
trolley trole ear l4r conduptorn condtrR condutors will wl be hl obliged oblge to
furnish a bond of ofiSso i > 50 o on and after Il1r Jan 1
The practice prRctce of ebrnpelllnc c mpelng conductors onrluctorl to tonnke tomake tomake
make returns retlrnat at thrterminals thl trmlnals at the thp end nd of a atrip atrip atrip
trip will wl he hI discclntlnucd dlf nllnue and hereafter herfr
hey thlY will wll turn in thrfir th Ir fares tarel at the car barns barnswioe barns
wioe a day
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