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to 0 the Oak street Ilalon station as al a fast fa lt an al n th thcould they theyculd thcould
could couldTho couldThe
culd The Investigators Inve tltort began helan by b summon summonto ummnnh ummnnhto I ni
to Capt LnntryH room at tho stationwitnesses station tntiontittwtM4fl
witnesses lt Capt LnlryI In tho cnsnlho cnlIhl n hellys KelY and Ind iiRtarr Mr MrStarr 111 111At
Starr At a Kacli I Ch vns wnl Wfl heard Illc In 11 turn and nnr enr enrwns c1 c1b Mh MhWOI
b wns r recoiled I sovenil fernl tirnw tn1l Only pi piwitness on onwltn 0 0vltnA
wltn WOI witness rcalrd wns allowed In Ihl tim no room nt a aand tin tinand thuA thuAAnd
and it wan wa at wnl wild 1lllalr nld later that there therec were frO sever severmaterial 1erl 1erlmoterlal
material differences in their stories storiesOne lt tnrli tnrliOne
c One of nlemnCK these tlle was wal ns al n to an entry Intry or datDec date dateDec dn If
Dec 19 in the thl hotel register reIIRter It I nppen nppento
y to De read Carl Call Nelson and wife but hu tl tlmans thl thlman tilI
lI mans man last name nrl wnH Wni Wn written wrltn In such suchtangled luch tichli a atlglc
li tlglc tangled scrawl Icrawl that some lomo of those who HB HBit IW IWIt in inJ
J it l say iav ay It was WOI Allison AllisontVnilH Altboni llon llonWhlA
wltnis wrp being n namtnfcl x xamlnl
i WhIIA tVnilH IIIU the IIUI1I hoiAI wln nilinrniij Af1 f R Ramlned
amlned WhlA tIm police went after people wl wlknew who whoknlw wiknew
knew amlnl knlw the womans WOmlnl name nlmf Ixrnuse Ifu e all al tt ttfinally tho thoI tiI
I J hotel people dlllpd lened knowing It Hho wal walI wi wifinally
I knowlnl
finally Poplo identified by hv Mother Olsen OIfn wl wlkeeps who whokleps wII
I I keeps fnly a IdMltlff boarding houso 10URO In Cherry strei streiand Itrpot Itrpotr strpand
r and kleps who hoardlnp known knowl criow most mo I of the thl th women WOlln In tl tlneighborhood the theDelghbrhoo tineighborhood
neighborhood Charles elmrlel Stewart Httwart of ofI I IOliver 83 83t
I t j Delghbrhoo Oliver Olvpr street strPt and his hil wife also nilo said that H Hwas aho ahowal i iIL
IL was Sarah Sarh Martin MartinCentral Martinr itrtlni
wal Central Omen sleuths IlpUlhl now no began h an ti tiappear to toApPar tarwar
i oro arrived n nfie at atI t tI
arwar and Inspector McCMusIfy 1 IItI Irrled
I I appear ApPar tl1e fie station IIltlon Inspector Seliinlltberger Hchmlthergor ha hahad had
r 4 had 110 charge of flffnirw Onlr up U to that point m mMcClusky hit hit1IChk 11E
1 E 1 I McClusky 1IChk chrll assumed BAlmId cliarge chargl and appeare appeareto applarNt appar apparto
to be willing to have ha W everybody umlorstan umlorstanthat undetlnd undetlndIlat IIfldflitJlIlthat
b 1
that ho was wa the Ihl boss bOlA tO Inspector InlIpctor Schmitl Schmitlbergor Hchmlt Schmltiwrger
1 bergor Ilat went enl off Into n corner with two of hi hidetectives hil h hlfeOtiV
I detectives hrgor lfeOtiV and or McClusky hogan to last issuorders 181ul 181ulI lastordra
orders dllectw ordlr to his hil own IClllkr Central Centra Office Ofco Ofllcornn men Tli Tliname Tho Thot Tiiamo
I name thing happened happnpd ILt the time timl of In Inbarrel the theI UharnI
t barrel barel murder on Avenue D DMURDER Dr DMURDER
I mlrcer
r One thing that McClusky lcCluHk did was Wil ti tisummon to toumon t tsummon
summon Ihlnl every een witness witne again nraln Coronei CoroneiJackson Coronlr CoronlrJaokfn CoroneJackaon
Jackson meanwhile viewed Iowm the til body boy an anhad nnc ania4
Jaokfn melnhlo
had it I photographed He said that th thwoman thl thlwoman tliwoman
woman ha rho1olrphld had hld apparently apparntl been dead rMd dead nineabout nine Ilnco IlncoI aincabout
I about sut 7 7ocool oclock in II I ii the t he morning morningMCUJSKYH momlnMCLUSKYS nu rning rningtcLtisKYs
It I wns WI nearly II oclock when wlll Inspecto InspectoMcClusky Tnlpltor TnlpltorMcChl1k TitapoetoMcClnsky
McClusky summoned Ilmmole1 the reporters reportersThe reporrrti
The rti woman be said aid rpprlr rpprlrTII is 11 I named namp Saral SaralMartin HarahMlrln haralMartin
Martin TII She has n winter IIItlr we hear her up I ISecond In InRnd ISecond
Second Mlrln avenuo lal somewhere IomPhrp She lie herselbaa hersel herselhas herel
has hal Rnd been nenul a frequenter frlqllntpr of this district fo fofifteen for forften a afifteen
fifteen years Sho ho has hnl told toll people pople lha lhashe that thatRhe ha hahe
she ften he has hal a husband Martin Lanena Lalfna deep deepsea dpa tIro tIrosa
sea a man Perhaps Pprhnpl she 11m has hfl and Ind perhap perhapshe plrhaps plrhapsI Irhapahehasnt
she ahehasnt ahehasntThen hasnt hasntThen hanIThpn
Then McClusky Ichllkv told the Mories torE whirl whirlthe whih whihth windha
the th ha Kellys Kel1 and and Mrs In Starr had told am amwhich nnd nndwhich nnwhich
I I which have already alrlady been referred to toThe toTho
Tho man who did this horrible murder murdercontinued murdercontlnued
J continued McClusky was fairly falrl well welldressed wll svelldressed
t dressed dreffl ontnued Ho 10 was beyond doubt a sailor sailorWo I10r I10rJ anilorJ
J I Wo WI W think ho was n I fishingsmack fAhlngtmack ruan manHP ruanH ruanHe
J HP H wore a derby dlrh hat and Ind a dark overcoa overcoawhen OYlrcoai OYlrcoaiI overcoai
i when 1hen ho went tnl to t I III tito ho hotel What we hopto hop hopoJ hpto <
I J to catch him by h Is the t hl peculiar Pcular look of hii hiiKelly lls llseyeR hieyes
r eyes eyesKelly Kelly says that lie hI has no Idea when Iln thi thicrime hi hicrime I I Icrme
crime Kfly was committed Ho his hi wife wie ami amiMrs anc ancMrs
10 Rnc
crme Mrs IrA Starr WR all al commll1 say RI that tlat they thp they hoard hfrd no noise noiseThey nolRoThey noi
4 They all al say Rln that they I hp Iipv didnt t see RP or heai heaithe hlar hlarthp heath
the thp th man go gt oout out Kelly Kel says 8aR he hI was WR wa awaki awakiuntil awakoI awalountil
until 2 or 3 oclock olok Sunday Himda morning him himself himelf himpelt ¬
self unll elf and ald that his 1111 outside doors doorl were all alllocked al al allocked
locked at midnight I guess gUIA they wero weroThere Wlr wemThere
I loke There rldniphl was a l holt > olr on 01 the Inside of thf thfdoor tht thfdoor
door dor of tho room whew wlerH the Ihl woman 1oman and the theman theman
4 man went wtnt Whether tho door cor was wa bolted boltedat holed holedat
at any time in the night wo WI dont know knowMrs knowI knowMia
Mrs Kelly savs that she Iho found tho doot dootajar doorajar dootajar
I ajar Mr a Klly few inches InchlR at almut 4 oclock ocock in the thefternoon thesteroon thEI
I afternoon afternoonAs fternoon fternoonAs
steroon steroonAs As to that register entry Intr entry I don dont t think thinkIt
It counts for replter arfything a thlnp There Fher is much muchdoubt mich michdoubt rntialdoubt
I I doubt as al to who wrote wrnt it i and Id when hon The Thewife Ther
r r wife wie in It I seems fms to have been IJpn written wrtten in naV as asan 8Sf
V an n afterthought afterthoughtWhen afterthoughtWhen
f a When aflrthought Mrs Mrl Kellv Kflh found tho door ajar ajarshe ajarhe ajarshe
she he wc wlnt < nt in and felt tpl the dead rlAd womans womanshead womanshEad womanahead
head hEad She Rlp then tlpn called caled out to Mrs 11 Starr Starrwho Strr Strrwho Starrwho
who slept in n room on 01 the third floor foor near nearwhere nearwhfre nearwhere
where whfre the thf Kellys KplR sleptMy slept sleptMy Illpt I IIy
My Iy God this thl womans womlL1 dead and anr cold coldMrs coldI
I Mrs Ir lrs Starr went in III and ald they became becamesatisfied bfc4mo bfc4moI becamet I
t satisfied that the Martin woman wotnanwas was wa dead deadThen deadThen deadThen
I Then IRtlsfld they say S they oke Kelly Kely who whoported whol whoreportetl
ported re rtd the affair affairThere attairThere
l afai
There was wal wa no weapon found in in the place placeCoroner placl placeCoroner
Coroner Jackson thinks that the thp wounds woundsrero woundl woundaWere
were rero made tRdo with wlthaknlfowlhaCalrly wlthaknifawithafairly a knife with a fairly broad broadtraight hroadetrlght broadstraight
straight etrlght blade bladeI
I have no doubt that the thl murderer murdererlor was wasBailor wasi
i ft Bailor Kelly Kely himself used to he a sailor sailorand Mlor Mlorand sailorand
lor URI
and he says IYS that the th man was a seafarer seafarerI Aefarer AefarerI
I have no reason raon to doubt him himThe himThe himThe
c The dead ded woman had on a cheap chep un und In Inarhlrt undirehirt
d direhirt rahlrt and an underskirt underkirt This last she shehad Rheha he hehad
wetm wetmnew had ha evidently evlnlnty kept on to keep kep herself herselfHWwarsfc henel herselfwetm
wa HWwarsfc wa t was of black silk lik and nearly nearlynew nearlyragged I Inew
new None of her clothes cothlR was soiled ole or orragged orrgge orof
ragged raggedOlUNLON rgge raggedI I IOUANLN
FIRST FIRSTCoroners FIRSTCornerl tinstCoroners
Coroners Cornerl Physician OHanlon visited visitedthe visitedthe IIlted IIltedte
the te no autopsy hotel shortly fhorly after afer midnight but made madeno nvuleD madeautopsy
D The cutting cutln he said ald was wal done don by h a aman aman aman
man who knew nothing nothll of surgery ur lr He Heused Heu lieuael
used u a dull knife with wih a blade about four fourinches fourInchC fourinches
inches InchC in dul length His Is victim llhn wnq w choked chokedinto choke chokedInto
j into insensibility InRenHlbli if not to death before beforetho hfor beforethe
the knife was WR used usedThe ule uiedThe
The Te body was left Ilt < at tho house lost night nightTho li nightThe ht I
Tho Coroner CoronEr opened opned the woman purse pursewhich punlewhich pursewhich
which was on the thl only onl only chair in the lie room roomand roo roomat I
at and found fould 51 5 cents clil cent s in It I tt He If snys aR that t lInt the thewoman thewoman t he hewoman
woman was about Ihout 35 3 years arR old The Kellys Kellysay Kpl H HNY
r NY ay that the thl man was 1 about the same Raie age agepossibly all
possibly pOIAlhl a little ltle older olderThe olllr olllrTho olderrio
The Xorsn XOI aspect that is I lent Int to the thl New NewYork Newt
t I York ork ripper rlplJr murders lurdI recalls recall that one 011 of ofthe oft
1 t the dtmlopmenU dnIopmfHI of the murders lurdlr in White Whiteohapel Whl Sutitoehapel
ohapel eharl was the Ihl promulgation promuJpaton of a state statement Rtat Rtatment staternent ¬
ment ment that they had occurred ocurred when whln Por Portuguese PorIllUPp Portilguese ¬
tuguese cattle eatloAIllnlr steamers wero in port and andceosod andceased I Iceaf
ceased ceaf when whll attention ntlnton was wl called nl1 to the thecoincidence thecnlnticlence I Ioolnclelnel
coincidence oolnclelnel The h Portuguese Port I j 11f steamer sttiitnerDdria steamerDrina Rtllllr RtllllrD
Drina D tl Maria Iara which lay loynt at Robertas flotertsaStors flotertsaStorsirooklvn Stores StoresBrooklyn RI Of
Brooklyn irooklvn and cleared elard on Friday Frida lust 111 sailed sailedyesterday Aape sailedtpstertlay
yesterday Vp3tfr y clearing cllarinp the II liar at 75r > oclock oclocklast oclolklaft oclocklast
last laft night Illhl Hh She is bound for Lisbon Illhon and andOporto Inci InciOporto andOporto
Oporto by l way wa of New XI Bedford Bcdforn She brings bringshither hriu bringshither a ahlhpr
hither hlhpr immigrants mnnv mal of them from frol tho thep thoAzores thoAzorl
p Azores Azorl who ho go to 0 work in New England Englandcotton Inglancl InglanclI Englandill
I ill cotton CotOI mill ml IO She Hh carries carls wheat whcat out this thistrip Ihl Ihltrip thistrip
trip tripIN tripIN tripI
I IN fl nniDoEronr IltorrORT SWEDE RWFDF TOIO sTonY ITOl OF OFsiiipwmicK OFsnrWIICK OFsrrtttvnicnc
siiipwmicK siiipwmicKBRIDGEPORT snrWIICK snrWIICKBRIDGRrORT srrtttvnicncBnipaaronrCorin
BRIDGEPORT BnipaaronrCorin Corm Dec 20 20Frnl 20Frank Frank Bell Bellthe BII Bellthe
the manager for Meign Iip A t Co 10 n said aid tonight tonightthat lonlghtthai tonightthat
that a I Swedish SwnI h sailor RIIIO was ml in il the thl store tor late lateon 1111 1111on lateon
on Saturday SaturdlY afternoon Ifrnoon and Ind that Ihll hu hl bought boughta boulhl boulhla
a sweater FVlaipr mid nn a 1 pair of shops shopsI
I happened happflld to have a minutes minul con conversation convlaton coltversatlon ¬
versation vlaton with the customer cu > tomor said fic Bell BellHe HI Bellt
t aflt He told me mclhal that he hwl li was wrecked wrfckld about ten tendays In Inday tenr
r I days ago on the tif Massachusetts lalllchulctA coast coastHe Coat CoatIl coastife
He Il mentioned mpntlonld the tl name nlml of his hil ship thlp and andas nndI andL
L as I I nmember it I now it sounded MaundId some something somer ore ¬
r thing like Hkl Clark Clarko ClarkIXo ClarkINo I
IXo o such wreck flk is I reported rlportpe on the thl Mari Maritime Mantime ¬
time Register ngl RegittriThe Ir1 Ir1Thl I IThe
The Thl Swede who visited 1 Merges llrpRI store storeanswered RtoreInwprc storeanswerttl
answered the Ihl description ncrlpton physIcally of ofthe ofI ofthe
the Inwprc I man wanted in J ew 1 w York for murder murderHe murtlerlIe
He HI said ule that as 11 n 1 result of his injuries mlreel mlreelHI in intho Intho Inthe
tho shipwreck Ihlpwmck he hI had benn sent Intto to the tll New NewHaven Xe XeI NewRaven
Haven HORDitaXFW Hospital HospitalXrw HospitalNr
Xrw XFW Nr HAvEN HAf Conn Dec Dp 20 20A A man mannnnvvering mannlwerinl mannnsweniog
I nnnvvering nlwerinl the thl description rIArlptlon of the Ihl sailor Ilor was wasB WIA WIAI
B I patient patlpnt In the I hI New w Haven Hospital HOlpinlunder HOlpinlunderthl under underthe underthe
the thl name of John Anderson nIflon from May Mayt IA IAto
t 5 to toIO io ioHe 10He
7 He suffered IlforNI from frol a cut < ut in the I hp head headHn heanHA headHi
Hn said that list ho hI got IOI his injury in n 1 ship shipwreck Ihlp Ihlpfck shipwreck ¬
wreck fck on the Ihl Massachusetts laAahl tH coast coastDAE loa coastL t tt
I I Evidence Camp C me Out Arlr After Frlnlh French lad ladI 11511t 11511Been Hail HailBret
t I Bret ntp Ten Vc 1ear rarl r In II Ii Prlnon PrlnonVhon Irhonhon ItIont
t I VIie Vhon hon Jack a the the Hipper Uppr murdersnine murdersnineI mlrderlnlnp mlrderlnlnpI murders nine ninein
numherwpr number the SeottandI Scotland ScotlandYard
I I in were aKiatinl agitating Ihl Stand StandYard
I Yard detectives Inplor Inspector Hymol Byrnes dl dlclarr dc dcelated de declared ¬
clarr elated that RUlh such 1 a criminal in Xo Now Yorkwould York Yorkwould ork orkould
would ould be h arrested In two days Never Nevertheless XeerthelfA Neverthelestlie ¬
arltr ra
thelestlie thelfA theless the mlrdlrer murderer of Old Shakespeare Shakespearerhotw hnkpsarn hnkpsarnhr
4 rhotw hr n1tlal mutilated 1 hod body was fOlnd found in theE t the theE lie lier
r E Et E M t River Hotll Hotel nt nt Catharine and Watlr WatlratfI Water Watertreets VtttertreEts
atfI treets on ot on Apri April 1 14 IR91 I has never been l > oen ar nrrted anV arrested ¬
V i rested alhonlh although tho polc police fnsienN fastened thin Ihocrme thincrime thocrime
crime crme on an Algeriin AI prhn Amer rpr Ben All AI who whoiras whoaA whoa
a iras aA known alonl along the water er rrolt front 11 asy as asFrenchy
y n Frenchy FrlnchrFrnchr FrenchyFrenchy FrenchyFrenchy
Frenchy was wa a arrested convicted andfnlmM1 andsenteneed and andsentenced
fnlmM1 sentenced t to o lfe i life I fe in Stat State Intl e prison but I tilt upon Ipon Iponinenrl 0100I uponvidence
I vidence inenrl submitted Rlhmit1 by persons Interested Intent1l Interestedin
in l his hl cawlie I4 hI lit was wn pardoned paron1 by h novo ov Odell Odellon Odel Odelta
a on I Apri April 16 1902 112 and went Int homl home to Allifr AllifrFrnch AlgiersFrenchv Algiers AlgiersFrenchy
Frnch Frenchy was rfrk dark haired The nIl day nlpr afterthe after afterthe
the mlrlr murder of Old Shakespeare Hlakllro inspectorRyTO Jplctor JplctorByl Inspector InspectorByrnw I
Byl Byrnw RyTO marn made Ihll this statement tntomfnL in telnl telling ofthe of ofth
the th nrrEt arrest of Frnch Krencliy who ho had Iln IlntMen bonn bonntlllCSn l > oen oentiuitti I
tiuitti Into custody cURIO ctisto iy on the night of themllrdcr themurder the thomurder
murderIt murder murderU
U is learned la I 11 i that IUt the tl > lon man wo o have havearreetedi h havoarrested o ottl
ttl arrested has a CIsln cousin nIo also cled called Frch Frenchy
milo bo I is exactly xncl the blld build of tbl this mn man and adiI andliolefnlr
who 110 liolefnlr Ie fair He in
iI nnkwer answers Inerly everyway thw the the5it th
5it tn tnh w
Beautiful l3enuti iii illustrations Hu8trations illust rat ions uru uruone Irt Irtone
one of the tle principal princpal feat feature featul feattires ¬
tires ul of Il modern moder publishing publishingThe publhing publhingThe
S The GILL GJJTJ Engraving Eugaving Com Company ComI ¬
I pany pan an has sot et the t Ie halftone halftonestandard halftoneftandarr halftonestandard
standard ftandarr for the world worldI worldlii
140 I 4 Fifth F i f t h Avenuo Avenuodescription v venue venuedescriptIon e n u 0 0I
description dtAcrlptlon of the thl man mn who went to th throom Uroomwiththeoldwoman tho thoI
I room roomwiththeoldwoman with tho Ihool old woman worn Wehav Wehava eha ehaLi
a man wih locked up Ill who is a 1 relative rlatho of th thmurderer Ihn Ihnmurhrer tl tlmurltrer
murderer murhrer rn Although Al UII loulth Frenchy was dar darand dark darknol danand
and nol the murderer murderlr Tight 111ht according to th thInspector Ihe Ihe1Itor UItspectot
Inspector Frenchy went to prisonOld prison prisonOld pruon pruonJlr
1Itor Old Shakespeare or Carrie CarIe Brown Browtsaid Browntlc Brownsaid
said tlc Jlr to bo 0 RhakIJpare her right name was wa a f whitE whiuhairod whie whiehalrd whitEhaired
haired halrd log of the river front Slits RII we weto i ito t tto
to the 1V I IQI ° at t Iliver Hotel with u 1 man late lat latenight at atnl < i inight
night nl ht and 1 about Hver 0 oclock ocok the next mornin morninher momlnl morninher
her body ho horribly horrbly mutilated mutlltPl was found bunin founin foundIn
in bed he murderer mur erer had apparently approntly ei eicapcd IS ISlapl cicaped
capcd at II s leisure leisureA IHurl
lapl A knife had been drawn drwn with wlh great reat fore forefrom rorcl forefront
from frm the boso 1 of the womans splno up th thabdomen the theabdomen thabdomen
abdomen Tho woman was wat dlsombowolloc dlsombowollocand d mbweled mbweledand
and on the left thigh was marked mrked a croMmade crow crowinade cro s smade
made bv two ler long lon cuts In the White Whitechapel Whlo Whlochapel W hlt hltchapel
chapel Jack the Hipper murders a croc crocmarked crORamarked cronmarked
marked with wih chalk Hpper was left murer on the I he wal walbeside wall waihostile
beside the th victims victimsFrenchy victimsrenchy
Isldl Ictms IctmsFrnch
Frenchy Frnch it was wnq brought out at hi hitrial hit
trial t Iill occupied occ plpd a room rom opposite oppHltl Itoom Hoor 31 31the 31the 1tthe
the one in which Old Shabespoares 8haktspares lxd lxdWOH bo boWM hodn4
WOH n4 found on the night night of the murder murderChemists murderChtnlIR rniinduuChurnists
Chemists ChtnlIR totitiflVd tcatfd that the thl scrapings from fronbeneath frombneath frotibeneath
beneath FrenchyB FnmchY1 finger fnger nails nais howell showeion showeon howellon
the thisame theslm tbblInie
on an analysis anal1ls that they th contained cnlalned
same slm substances 9uhlanct found fOlld in l the stomach stomch oho o oi of I Itho
i tho ho murdered woman womanAftor womanAfer womanAfter
After muered a few months in Sing Sing Frenohyi Frenohyimind FrnchY1 FrnchY1mild i
mind mild Afer gave a way wa v and ho was wa sent snt to Mattun Mattunwan Matteawati latn latnwal
wan wal Ia whence whenc heocc ho WHS Wl transferred trnlferred later tf tfDanncmura 10 10DRnncmCra tiDannomcrn
Danncmura DanncmuraOvido DRnncmCra DannomcrnOvidi
Ovido Hobllard a French lawyer wai waiasked WMalked wiaasked
asked alked by h the III French Consul to Interlt Interlthlmllf Internshimself interns internshimself
himself hlmllf in tho case a Appeals ppoalf for pardon pardorsigtied pron pronInel pardonsigned
signed Inel by nOOO o names were wer submitted Iubmlted to toOovernors toOoernor tclovernors
Oovernors Ooernor Black and Roosevelt Roosel both ol olwhom ofwhom o owhom
whom declined to interfere interfereFinally interfereFinalh interfereFinally
Finally detlned Mr Ir Robillard obtained an am affl affldavit af amdavft
davit from George Hoblard Damon a dealer in inprinters II IIprlntor Ii Iipnintor
printers prlntor materials materals at U Beckman Beman street streetwho Rtret Rtretwho streetwho
who lives Ihll at Cranford Crlnforn N J JMr JIr JMr
Mr Ir Damon stated that a month before beforetho hlrore hlrorethe beforEthe
the murder murlor of MOld Old Od Shakespeare ShRkespear some somegrading Sre Sregmdlng Bointgrading
grading had to be done dOle at his New Xe Jersey Jerseyplace Jore Jorse Jorseolaco y yolne
place and ald ho went ent to Castle Caste Harden aren whore whorehe whor whorlie
he hired hird a big Dane whom ho knowonly know only a aFrank al w wFrank
Frank After Aftr hil the grading had been fin finished fn fnihld finished ¬
ished ihld the Dane was W wa kept l < pt around arund the place placeas pla < o oRI
as RI an assistant ni talt to the regular rgular man manTho mRnTho manThe
Tho morning moring after the thl murder Mr Ir Damon Damonwent Damonwent Damorvent
went to tho stable Rtfblp about abul 6 oclock ocock and asked askedfor aske askedfor
for the thl t Dane He was told that thtt thf th Dane Danehod Danehad Danchad
had been hen out all al night and that It wouldnt wouldntbo
bo wise wile to wake him as al he hp was very yer ugly uglyMr uglyr uglyMr
Mr r Damon went to New Ne York and aboutfive about aboutfive abut abuttho
abruptly five or ten days afterward nferward Frank left him himabruptly himabruptly hiniabruptly
When the Ihl Danes Danol room was wa cleared cMre out outthere outthere outthere
there was wa found in it a bloody blood knife and a abrass ahrMI abrass
brass hrMI key The Thl key ktY was attached atachl to a abro59 abrl abrass
brass brl tag on which was WR wa the number numlr 31 31This 31This 11This
This was WI tnp the number numbr of the room that thatOld thatOd thatOld
Old Od Shakespeare was murdered murerr in and andthe andIho andthe
the key ko Shklparp had ha disappeared dh < on the night of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the murder Mr Ir nPPr Damon went with one oneof oneor oneof
of his employees employel of the East FAt River Hotel Hoteland Hoteland Hoteland
and studied studlo the keys to the other rooms roomsin roms romsIn roomein
in the hotel He said they were just jUlt like likethe lke lkeIhe llIethe
the one found in the Danes room room This ThisDane ThIsDano ThtDane
Dane it is i said died a year ago agoMr agoIr agoMr
Mr Ir Damons Damonl story and other affldaTlts affldaTltsstrengthened afdaTII amdaitastrengthened
strengthened trengthene the general g meral conviction cnlcton that thatFrenchy thatFrenchy thatFrenchy
Frenchy had been ben railroaded mlroade and hispardon his hispardon hispardon
pardon followed followedThe rolowed rolowedThe followedThe
The first frt of the London Lndon series aeric of Jack Jackthe JRckthe Jackthe
the Ripper murders murdlrl was M discovered dlscverr on onpril onApri onApril
Apri April pril 3 1888 188 and tho last lalt wan In June 1888 1888In 18 1889In
In each rh case cal the victims Ictm throat was wa cut cutand cutand cutand
and the murders were committed cmmite out of ofdoors ordoor ofIoots
door doors or murerl in some Ime hallway halwa or semipublic semipublicplace 8emlpubUcplc aernipuhUcplace
plc place It I was WD the popular ppular belief beler that the themurderer themurerer themurderer
murderer murerer was WB a sailor sailorHAS sior siorIUS sailoriltXS
Discover D1lolr of the Hatnft hulinr of ttwr tl tit MlMlomryi MlMlomryiHome ItUtonihome Iolal
Home loll In Greenland GrernUndThe Grllland GrlllandThe GreenlandThe
The Danish Daish Government last spring springsent sprnl springelIt
snt sent Capt Daniel DllelBrun Bruun ruun to the west weL coast coastof coat coatof coastH
of Greenland Grenlnd for the purpose puros of making makingaichreological mAkingalch makingchteological
alch aichreological loglcl researches rSer hlR He HI has just re returned r retinned ¬
turned to Copenhagen Copnhapfnater after a 1 summer of ofsuccessful ofSUCRRful ofuctesifttl
SUCRRful successful exploration One On of the I he most mostInteresting moslInlerstln roostnternstlng
Inlerstln Interesting of his hiI discoveries discveres was the ruins ruinsof Ilns Ilnsof ruinsDr
of the house housl in which the famous mission missionary mlslonar missionU ¬
ar ary U Hans Eaede lived during durng part of his hissojourn hisIojoum hisojotIrn
Iojoum sojourn in Greenland GreenlandAnything Grenlund Grenlundnvthlnj GreenlandAnything
Anything nvthlnj relating relallnl to the life lfe of the thefamous thefamous
famous founder of the Greenland Grnland missions missionson
on the desolate dlsolalo coast coast where wher he so A long longexiled tongxikd
exiled xlld himself hlmllf is of Interest Inttrllt It I was wal 182 182years 18 isveals
years veals eal ago in 1721 1i1 that ho hi sailed 8led from from Ber Bergen BerIfn Bergen ¬
gen Ifn landed in west Greenland Glenland and estabhiahed estab established tab tabHfhen ¬
lished Hfhen the lie town of Oodthaab or Good GoodHope GoodU <
Hope HopeGreenland HOll U otto ottoireenlariti
Greenland Orenlaud had wellnigh wplnlgh been bNn forgotten forgottenin forloten forlotenIn
in n the eight Ilght centuries CnturiA that had elapsed elapsedsince elaplc elapsedsince
since Ain the t hI Vikings lklnls of Norway Xorav settled Atled thereEgedo there thereHgedo thpr
Hgedo Eglde did not go IO to Greenland Grilland for work workamong workamon workruuong
among amon the Estiimaux FIfllnnux He le wished wlblld 10 help helpwhite helpwhio helpwhite
white whio men menHe nwnHI menlie
He HI believed blleved there thlr must mlAt i hI be > e living lin in Green Greenland Orpnland ireenarid ¬
land descndantsof dlc n1aniR of the he early Iary Norse Xo1 settlers settlerswho sellerK sellerKwho settlerswho
who established ellahlRhcc their colony 1on there in the thetenth thetenth thetenth
tenth century cntur 500 50 Jo years par before hefor Columbus ColumbusMuch ColumbuaIuch Columbusltich
Much to his astonishment aRtonllhment he could find Qndno Ondno findrio
no one ole who he hf thought thOllht was 08 descended descendedfrom dffnded dffndedfrm descendedmorn
from frm white whie men It i probable probble howeverha however howeverthat howoerIhnt
that ha the Esquimaux Efulnaux who Vll gathered around aroundhim nroundhim aroundthin
him were thes IhfRQ ° descendants drCndanls for them thetl is islittlo I islittle
little 111 doubt rlolbl that they thl were wer mixed breeds breedswith brcl breedswith
with considerable cOliderahle white blood in their theirveins theirina theirveins
veins veinsAs veinsAs ina inaAM
As Kgede JIPle found no 10 white whie men he turned turnedhis lumedhis turnedus
his us attention allntion to the natives natlel and arnid the thegreatest therpnlt tuereutest
greatest rpnlt privations prhatiol he le and his hiI family famiy famiyIYld faintlyIved
IYld lived among them for many man years veal Ho Hogained Hoained Hoainerl
gained ained aronl their affection ntct lon showed Ihowd them thlm how howin
in 0 some ROml ways they might make their thplr thplrmOle life lifemore life001O
mOle more comfortable Corn fortalile and ud converted cprtfd many manyof mnnyor manyf
of f them thlm to Christianity Christllnlv ChristllnlvHlnl
Since Hlnl his sojourn fojoum in west wtlt Greenland Greenlandthat Gflnlanl Gflnlanlthnt Greenlandhat
that hat coast has laR never ceased CpaRlr to bo h a political politicalnnd polical policaland iohiticalirid
and religious rlliouA dependency of Denmark DenmarkIn
In n addition to his work of humanity humanlt and andreligion andrllplon antIeligion
rllplon religion he hI founded a commercial rmmerclal com comnany eOI coinniny
nany and established etahlslKd trading trding relations relationsBetween rllatIona rllatIonahfIwlln relationswtwen
hfIwlln Between the natives nal11 and ane the Scandinavians Scandinaviansne Scandlalals ScandlalalsOnl
Onl ne of thin villages yllag of today loda Kgedesminde Kgedesmindewars Egedlsmlrdl
wars nrl his name namef4Sv nameI nameIIMISE
I p M ntcKlnion Uelln on Nayi SI1 Sa Ho II Honored lonorlt Finland FinlandIn nclandIn
In the Alaskan DrrlMon DrrlMonCHICAOO OIlton OIltonlnlcoo DccItonCiIietno
CHICAOO lnlcoo Dec Ipc 20U 20 If the conditions conditionsiad ondllon ondllonhad condltionad
and the of Great GreatBritain GreatIritain
had been IJn changed cause clse Grat GratBriain
Briain Britain had l hn > een as strong Itrong as a was wal the cause causeif CU CUof causef
of if f the United Unipd Sthtrs 8thtfA I would have been beenlad lpnglad beenladto
glad lad ladto to see Rce the Ih United Unied States StatEA Commissioners Commissionersn
on > n the Ihl Alaskan Boundary Bundar Tribunal Trhunal bring bringhe hrng hrngth
th he honor to this thll nation which Lord Lrd Alver Alvertone AIerlone Alvertone
tone through throulh his hil rugged honesty hOIt honest laid at ath ntt athe
t h he feet of Britain BritainThese BritainThe iritainThese
These were fr the words wordl of Jacob M Dick Dicknson Dickinon Dickrison
inon nson one of tho counsel < ounlll for the United UnitedStates Vnltr Unitedtatet
States tat before the Alaskan Boundary Tri Trimnal Tr In Innoel
lunal noel which brought the Chicago Chcngo Bar BarAssociation 81 Ba Bassociaton
Alsoraton Association to t 0 its fe rft feet t with a rousing rouling cheer cheerit chPr chPrat
at it t the Ihf banquet hanqlpt given at the Auditorum udltolun last lastlight latnlghl lastLlOlit
light lightThe LlOlit
The Th speakers RfMkerR declaration dlolarton that this thll coun counry counI coonry
I ry had gained alnl territory terlor by tho decisIon decMonif del lon lonof
of if f the thl tribunal trhunnl t and Great OrRI Britain Brlain had lld gained gainedonor gainedorior alntd alntdhonor
the for the of ofompllmenls ofiinnphimerita
honor onor was WI th signal exchange fr frcomplmentA
complmentA ompllmenls between htwln John Bull Jul and Uncle Unclelam CncleHam Lncloann
Ham lam ann under a canopy in which tho colors color of ofho ortho ofin
tho ho in two unrr nations nntionl mingled mlnlle President Prldent Itooee Itoosoel Itooeeelt IWso IWsoelt
elt el sent Ient to Chairman Chalrnn Gregory Orepot of tho bar barommittee barcommltp barinmittec
commltp ommittee Ills l s regrets rprta at not being beinl able to too tobe
be o present pfIInt at the dinner dinnerArnold dinnerrnotd dinnertrnoUt
Arnold rnotd Daly Oat Quilt QUil A Girl rl Prom Fom Dixie DixieArnold D DIleArnold h hArnlr
Arnold Arnlr Daly withdrew wlthdrl from frm the cost costf < Mt Mtof
of f r A Girl Orl From Dixie Dxe on Saturday Sturay night nightmi nigh nightad
and mi will 1 devote his hl entire time tme to George Georgelernard Glorge GlorgeJpmard Georgeernard I
Jpmard lernard Shaws 8hawI new IW play pilY Candida Candidarhich Candidawhich Candldahich
which had an In Initial performance prforao at the therincess thePrlnc1 therincesEn
Prlnc1 rincess Theatre Tbetre ten days daYI ago and which whichodnonday whlo whIchI
ho I wl will give at at Monday Tllfd Tueada and andWenOay andTedneaday
WenOay odnonday gv matln matn < Vs e f at a the Madison Maon 8 square squareheatre < IUU uar uariieatro
Teatr iieatro in the next two weeks wk wkf
Fears ur Typhoid anil ann the th Destruction D8trUltln of tlJHMMM1 tl the UM7I04000
JHMMM1 11000000 O Oltrr ter Industry IldlUtr ai a II IIRemit the thenrlul Itflesult
Remit nrlul or the Two Great Drain Whir WhirNew WhIch WhIchNew Wlilcev
New ev Jersey Jtrl Is I Planning to Hull HullEngineer luld luldInglneer IltilliEngineer
Engineer Inglneer C C Vermeulea ermmlel announc announcment announc announcment announciment
ment In II an address addrER before the New JersiState Jersi Jlrser JlrserHtate JeracState
State Sanitary Hnltar Commission at its Is rccei rcceiconvention rccent rccentconlntlon recenconvention
convention conlntlon In I Lakewood Iklwood that two gre gretrunk great greattrunk greitrunk
trunk sewers Fwtrl tho State is planning wl wldangerously wl widangerously
dangerously contaminate thin waters watersNew f fNew of ofNew
New danlrolsly York Bay and probably probblY destroy dlltrO th thoyster the theoystr tioyster
oyster and fish flh Industry Ildu8tr of Iong Islan Islanand IIland IIlandand Islanand
and New Jersey JptlY has aroused arousld thin pro promotors promotel pr prrnntenii
motors motel of tho two flumes fumea to the thl necessit necessitof nEcelslt nEcelsltor
of finding fnclnp strong al ron expert IXptr opinions on th thother the theother thother
other side sideOno sideOno I
Ono of those thos sewers sowel is II that which whih is belni belnibuilt beig bob bobbuilt 1 1hult
built to carry the water uf W Wt bt and Soot SoutlOrange Suth SuthOrnge SootOrange
hult cnry
Orange Ornge Mllburn Summit Irvinglon Ell Ellabcth F1 F1abeth EIiabeth
abeth and lbu parts pntl arta of Newark Slwark into tho Kll Kllvan Ki Kin Kuvan
van n Kull Kul The Ti other is tho enormous Ito 10
000000 00 intercepting Intereptng sewer fwer which it i is pro proposed pr prp8d proposed
posed p8d to build buid along the thl Passaic POaic River Hver t tcarry to tocarry b bcarry
carry the pollution poluton of many ranltof cities to a pain poinIn pint pintIn painin
In Now York Yorl Bay By near the Robbins Bee Beelighthouse neefl IlSilighthiouso
lighthouse lighthouseInterest lighthiousointerest hthoU
Interest Intrltln In the thl warning warnln of Mr lr Vermeuli Vermeuliis fItlle fItlleII
is II particularly active lolhI among amonp tho advocate advocateof Idocate IdocateoC
of the tll larger 110000000 toooO flume fume because lJlau tin tincommission tl1 tl1commlAlon tbcommission
commission commlAlon named nll1 by the lIl Governor Goveror am amthe and andthe antthe
the Legislature Llll Ltur of Now Jersey JIIY to construe construeIt conatrct conatrctI
It I is I specifically ApclICI forbidden by the creatinj creatinjact cfatnl cfatnlact
act to spend a I dollar dolar of the States money moneyitill mOnlYH mOnlYHtil moneytill
till til it shall hal have ha1 boon bOln definitely dEfnlc ascertalnoc ascertalnocthat RIralnod RIralnodIhol mwertalneithat
that tlm hit sewer Hr will wil do no material malerll damage damageto
to the bay bayUpon hayUpn bayUpon
Upon Upn the opinions oplnlol of fouroxportenglneere fouroxportenglneerethat COlrexperenglnEers COlrexperenglnEersthat
that tho tim water flow fow nt tho Narrows will willsweep wi wiAWlep wil5VCCI
sweep AWlep the thl deposited dlpo Ited sewage 81Waje into the sea sealeaving seaIlalng sealeaving
leaving Ilalng only the most rOt Infinitesimal Infniteimal precipitate prechpitate precipi prelpltalo ¬
the commission has au authorized authorized ¬
tate perTmnum per rnnuin commilon hO
thorized thofzl prmnum the thp issue Ilsul of 1000000 100 of bonds bondsbut bond bondabut
but the money has hl been ben tle tte tIed < l up in the thecourts thecourtl thtcourts
courts courtl by certiorari Crtorrt proceedings proeedlng brought broughtby broughtby
by former formlr AttorneyGeneral tornoyOenlrl Grlgga on onbehalf onbhal orbehalf
behalf bhal of the city ciy of Paterson PatersonGov Patlron Patlronov Patersonby
Gov ov Odell Odel has meanwhile mpanwhle appointed appinted a aspecial a alpciat aspecial
special lpciat commissioner commlfloner to inquire on behalf behalfof bhalr bhalroC
of the city of New York whether Injury Injurycan injurycan
can an result from the sewer lwernnd eewerand and the pro promoters promotel promoters ¬
moters motel of the sewer ser are arl alarmed as IS to the theeffect theefect theeffect
effect efect of ofMr Mr Vermeules Vermulesexpr Verrneulesexpertoplnion expert opinion upon upontho upn upnthl uponthe
the thl finding fndlng of these thlE New York Investiga Investigators Inestga Inestgatorl ¬
tons torl That is II the especial espoial reason reaon why whythey whythey whythey
they have been bl moved to devise dels an answer answerto nnswerto answerto
to his views viewsMr vIewsMr lewl
Mr lr Vermwiile Verm ulo in his address denied deniedthat dcnledIhat dcicdthat
that the experts exprl of the Intercepting Intercptn Sewer SewerCommission Hewlr HewlrCommlMlon SewetCommission
Commission had investigated Incstgate the effect etet of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the dumping of 326000000 32600 gallons galol of sow sowage RW RWBie sewage
age Bie daily daly into the bay by The Te socalled socalledInvestigation Ialed IaledInvp8tgaton socalledinvestigation
Investigation Invp8tgaton he said consisted consiltld only of ofopinions ofopinions ofopinions
opinions to the effect efe that dilution diution would wouldreduce wouldreduc wouldreduce
reduce reduc the pollution pluton to invisible 11lslb1e propor proportions proportons proportlons ¬
tions tons tonsI It I will i all al go through Ihrou h the Narrows Narrowssay NarowI NarowIr Narrowssay
these to uoto him Well WellIf Wellit
say r thle gentlemen Ientlemlu nuoto e10te 1
If It does dOs what then So S did the garbagescows garbage garbagescows garbageWl
scows Wl some years yearf ago and no A do some Ime of ofthem ofthlm ofthem
them thlm still sti but did the garbage go 10 on A nEuropean AEuropen aEuropean
European Europen trip Did it I not rather rthlr hug hugthe hugthe hugthe
the shores shore of long llng Island and New Jersey Jerseyand JefY JefYand Jerseyand
and will wi not the filthy fUhy sewage Iwaj6 do the same sameCoast 8m01 8m01COBt sameCoast
Coast COBt survey Iurey operations oprtlona he went on to tosay tosay tosay
say show a net nt outflow outfow through the thl Nar Narrows NarrOW8 Nanrows ¬
rows oTalKiut of about 16000000000 16000 gallons lalo of water watereach watereaoh watereach
each twentyfour hours hour This TIJt sewer seVfr is ii to tobe tob tobe
be b built hult with the expectation exptton that in the thereasonably tbertonably thereasonably
reasonably rtonably near future rutur the sewage to be becared hI hIcar beeared
car cared for fat will wi be b 326000000 3200 gallons gal OM daily dailyThe dal dailyThe
The sewer lewer serves sere less 10 than onetenth oneteth of the thepopulation thepOPulation thepopulation
population that is II emptying sewage into intothe Intothe intothe
the bay bayWhen bayWhen bayihen
When the capacity capcity is reachedtherefore reachedthereforethe relchedtherforo relchedtherforothe
the total discharge diharge of sewage le wage into the bay toywill baywi baywill
will wi be 3260100000 32600 of gallons galonA daily dal against against1O000JO000
16000000000 1600 0 gallons galonl of water So S the sewitRo sew sewago sewIIO
ago IIO will wi be onefifth oneffh of tho whole and Rie In Intime Intime Intime
time the waters which low fow out through the theNarrows theXlrrows theNarrows
Narrows Xlrrows into 110 llaritan Bay Dy and thence creep creepout crpepout creepalit
out along Ionp our 011 shores horl > will wi bo Il h as n dirtv as I the thePassaic thelaAllc thePassaic
Passaic laAllc isMr is isMr I IIr
Mr Ir Vormeuledoubtedif lrmelledoubtf ir the flow fow purifies purifieswater purifps purifpswaler Purifieswater
water to the degree degrl alleged Rlegld by tho pro promoters promoter promoters ¬
moters moter of the sewers 8ewen Ills 110 lii observations observationshad obAervatonR obAervatonRhad
had convinced cnvrcf him on tho contrary cntrr that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the ebb and flow fow of the tide is accompanied accompaniedby
by but little ltle displacement dlsplncment of water wallr The TheDelaware TheTlllwaro rIm rImlelaware
Delaware Tlllwaro rushes rllhfl past pOt Camden Camdln he said saidin lall lallin saidin
in roaring raring volume yet Ylt that does not prevent preventtho preventthe preventthe
the appearance appllranc of sewage foage in the Camden Camdenbath Camdenhath Camdenbath
bath tubs tubsThere tubThern tuhmaThere
There is too a great rlat rusn rsn of water in inand Inancl iiiand
and out the inlet Inlli of Baniegat Barlgat Bay nnd nndyet andpt nndyet
yet pt observations he hI made last summer summerwero summerwere ummprpro
were pro that that even below Sea Side Hldl Park only onlya
a third of time thl distance landward lan wRrl from frm the theinlet Ih IhInlet theinlet
inlet the Iht water watlr is It only onefourth onEfolrth sea seawater Fl Flwater seawater
water and at Mantoloking Ianlolokl and above alXve it is isabsolutely isahllutlly isabsolutely
absolutely ahllutlly fresh freshThe rrlh rrlhTe freshThe
The Te tidal tdal ebb and flow fow did not chang changeititi changtho
tho 111 water So S that the sewage which is isto iAto isto
to be II dumped dlmPd into New York Bay pro provided pr prvldl procided ¬
vided vldl the sewer wer is constructed conFtrucle will wi be becomparatively b bcomprathel beomporatively
undisturbed the flow flowat flowit
comprathel comparatively unclflli by Ile fow fowat
at the NarrowsMr Narrows NarrowsMr
Mr Ir Vermeule ermlule sees pll In these sewer sewerschemes sswerchemns
Icheml schemes a menace Iwnac of typhoid fever fllr for fornil foral forill
al nil the I ho communities communlio contiguous cntUOtR to the Ihl Bay BayTim Ba BaTh Tinyrime
Th Tim menace mlnacl to the Ih great Irlt oyster and fish fishindustry fsh fshIndustt flJtndtistry
Industt industry of ° f Long Inl anK Ilsand I and and New Jersey Jerseyon Jpfe Jpfeon
on which he said laid 20000 200 OOOt persons plln are en enraged enaR enageci ¬
raged aR > and which produces producel 7000000 700 per peryear perypar peryear
year is II In his opinion just URt as imminent imminentIt imminent
It I is recalled r ecalrn that when the Ihl act creating creatingthe croatng croatngthe creatinghe
the he 10JOO000 110000 commission lommlAlon was being beln do dovitrd dolerd delsrd
vitrd lerd a proposition prpllon was aF made mldo that the thesewage thefewaJe theewage
sewage fewaJe be carried into Newark Bay By which whichopens whichopens hlch hlchopenl
opens openl into New Nfw York Bay But Blt the residents residentsof reldentof
of Bayonnn made mlio so vigorous IIOoUS a protestagainst protest protestagainst proteAtaKatnR
against the contamination onlamlnI1ton of tho water waterright waterright waterright
right at their doors dorI that the proposition propositionwas propition propitionwas
was abandoned Ihandoned and fnd Now York Bay was wash wash al alch
ch h osen Of en as II the Ihf I he only place plae of disposal to which whichthe whichtie whichhe
tie the No w v Jersey derse legislators Ip lslRIora would agree4VflII6 agree agreeAwniJi nrpeUI
AwniJi UI I CASIO o THE TII ICK ICKiome 11 11Some 1toIlle
Some oIlle Sport portl Ian to Get Out of the Juris Jurisdiction Iurlsdicton liirIsilletlon ¬
diction dicton of the ioirrntnent GocrntinenITAconA ioirrntnentTACOMA ournmlnt ournmlntTACOMA
TACOMA Wash Dec 20 Because Bp < aule the theepartmcnt thl theepartmont
Dppartment > epartmcnt of Justice Juste ordered orderr the th Federal Federaluthorities Fpderl Fpderlnuthorlle Federaluthorities
nuthorlle uthorities of Alaska Allka to prohibit prhibit gambling gamblingt gamhlnf
nt t Some and other Alaskan Alalkan towns lO the long longrctio lon lonArctic longrctic
Arctic rctio winter promised to be dull dul for theporting the thoporting
porting poring element flement However new comes comosrom cmos comesrota
rrom rom tho north norh that a big hil htigeasino casino clino is being beingiuilt blnl beingullt
buit iuilt on thin thl Ice iI of Behring Bhrln Sea three Ihrel miles milesff mlel niileft
ot ff shore where wherf it will wi he out of the juris jurisiction jura juradicton jtinjslotion
dicton lotion of tho Government GovernmentThe Ooermlnt OoermlntTho GovernmentThe
The building Illrlng will wi contain gambling jarblnl halls hallstheatre halA halAa mallstheatre
a theatre a saloon laloon a 1 dancing pavilion pallon and andhotel nnda andlintel
a hotel The building buiding is being hlnl contsructed contsructedt ontlructld ontlructldat
at t t Some In sections Fectlons being bing nearly narl ready rlRd for forIndding fOIAlodlnp on onledding
Alodlnp Indding out on the Ice 101 When Whl1 spring ap apiroaches apprachl aproaches
prachl roaches tho structure will wi Im hI taken down downnd downann downrid
ann nd carried carr pd to shore sharI for similar Ilmlar use UIO another anothereason anotherIaon anotherfUOfl
eason Iaon Stages StRgP will il be h run every Ilry evening eveningletween elnln elnlnbltwn eveningetwefn
bltwn letween Nome and the casino casinolie cal1l cal1lI casinolisa
lie I lisa Catnn to Weil Id rC 10 cxnt > o Cranes ranI Son SonPirrsrtEiD SonPITBFIEID SunPIFTSFIEID
PirrsrtEiD PITBFIEID Mass Mals Dec DI 20 20At At a 1 dinner dinneriven dinnerghen dinnerlyon
ghen lyon last evening at the thl residence rfidence of Mr Mrnd Mrnd I
nd Mrs lrR William Wiiam H Eaton announcement announcementos announcement
anc wal os made of the engagement of Mr I Eatons Eatonsister FtonHllter Eatonsister
llter ister Miss Mlfq Ethel to Winthrop inthrop MurrayCrane MurrayCraner luryCrnp luryCrnpIr
of Dalton Miss Eaton is I the
Ir r Daltn MilO Bton only onlyaughter onlydaughtP onlyaughiter
daughtP aughter of Mr and Mrs Mr Arthur W Eaton Eatonf
of f this city cty and Mr Crane Crne is the son lon of ofho oCthn
thn ho 10 former Governor Gooror of Massachusetts Massachusettso MaRMohuletu MaRMohuletule
le En o ia one onl of the best helt known voting VOUnl men ment menat
at t Yale
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lit ItS refund fnl u l the money If It I tills fal to k cure cur B w wroreiilfoiturelionetclibox WroIea
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F For or thq th accommoda accommodation accommodaton accommodaijon
tion ton of purchasers purchasersAEOLIAN purchasersAEOLIAN purchasersAEOLIAN
AEOLIAN HALL willremain will willremain wil wilremain
remain open this even evening euening eveizmu ¬
ing until untl 10 lOP P MTHE M MTHE M MTHE
362 3 2 5th th AveRUSSIAS Ave AveRUSSIAS AvoRUSSIAIS
Hut lnt Has lal Not Sent Hnt flt an Ultimatum UltmatumRluslal Ultlnmatumflussla UltlnmatumflusslaClaim lltuslai lltuslaiClaim
Claim tlalm to Mcsampho Itamphe as a a Naval avah Ha HaSerious Dale Dalea <
a Serious Rtrous Obstacle Obtall to a Peaceful Settle Settlement Slltp Slltplentlanel eIIiemimIChances
ment lentlanel mimIChances Chances of War In the thl Sprint SprintSpfrfoj Rprlnripulal Springpectal
Spfrfoj cable C < lt Deipattlt Dupatillo to Tnx TiE Tlt SUN suxLONDON SUNliNDN Sufl1Do
LONDON liNDN Dec 21 2JI 22It It is announced annoucd that thatthe thaithe
the thf Japanese Japnll legation legaton at Pekln has ha been beenofficially bn beenotllclahiy
officially ofcaly informed Informe that tho Russian RUElan reply replyto rply rplyto repIto
to the Japanese Japnel demands Is unsatisfactory unsatisfactorybut uatlsracory uatlsracoryhut
hut the Japanese Japanes and Russian Ru lan representa representatives reprlenta represontativos ¬
tives lves in London llndon both bth reiterate that Japan Japanhas Japn Japnhal Japanhiss
has hal Rent fnt no ultimatum ultimtum to Rusla RuslaRussias RUMI RunualaRussIas
Russias RU8lla claim on Masampho in southern southernCorea luthern luthernCorea southenniCorca
Corea as al a f naval and military mitary base bf is re regarded r rgarded rogarded ¬
garded as a an insuperable In8uprblo bar to a peaceful peacefulsettlement pacrul pacrulftlemont peacofulsettlementaathe
settlement ftlemont settlementaathe as n the place plao is practically pracicly within withinsight withinsight withinsight
sight of Tsu Shlma Shim Island 1land lslandwhich which is II Japans Japanswestern Japn Japnwester Japanwestern
western wester outpost out pOFt Both Bth Masampho Ma8mpho and andMokpho andMokpho andMokphio
Mokpho another harbor harbr in southern southIm Coma Coreowhich COI COIwhic Comawhich
which whic Russia Husla claims clalm are ar treaty traty ports pr8 open opento olJn olJnto opento
to international Internatonnl trade tradeLONDON tradeJ tradeIMWDON
LONDON J N Dec 21 21A A despatch deEptch to ° lh lhDaily the thuDaill theDai1
Daily Daill Dai1 Mail from rrm St Petersburg Potrbug says 1 that thatin thatIn thatIn
in well el informed circles cirles It is believed believedthat beleved belevedthat believedthat
that Japan wi will not fight fpht ght although it is isadmitted isadmltod isadmitted
admitted admltod that all al her demands relating rlalng to tooroa toCorea toCorea
Corea oroa have hve been refused rrusd by b Russia RIla It I iscontended is iscontended Isontender
contended ontender that Japan for years yea broke the thoRussoJapanese theRUoJapnI40 theflassoJapanoso
RussoJapanese RUoJapnI40 agreement allment regarding regarln the theIndependence til thoindependence
Independence of Corea CoreaThe CoreaTo ComaTho
The To Tientsin Timtsln correspondent crrpndent of tho ho Mail Mailcables Mailcables UCil UCilcb
cables cb lee a view opposite oppalto to tho foregoingsaying foregoing foregoingsaying rorogolnMylng
saying it is believed beleved there that tht Russia HU6Ia HU6Ialkely ia ialikely Islikely
likely lkely to give way at any moment thus thuspostponing thuspstpning thuspostponIng
postponing pstpning Ie war VR Ho fo adds however that thata thatf
a f conflict cnfct in the spring Is regarded as ni in inevitable Intable innvitahjle ¬
evitable evitableA table tableA
A despatch to the Ttlftraph Tt traph dated date Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur Dec D 15 via Shanghai Doc 19 19says 19fF 19says
says fF that the feeling relnl in Port Por Arthur Ahur is l that thatthere thatther thatthere
there ther will wi not bo war until unll spring Iprng Mean Meanwhile MeanwhIle fen fenwhie ¬
while whie war ar preparations prpratons are ar being bing carried carriedforward crrltd crrltdforar carrIedforward
forward forar incessantly InCntly Only Onl Government Governmentwork Omorment Omormentwork Governmentwork
work is I being bing done The TI correspondent correspondentbelieves corrOpndent corrOpndentbeleves correspondentbelieves
believes beleves that Port Por Arthur Arhur is overfortified overfortifiedIn Oerrorlf1 Oerrorlf1In
In all al the tie positions pfllon from which hlch it can bo bodefended bodeftnde belefended
deftnde defended but not half of the fortifications fortificationshavo rortfcalonl fortificationshave
have ha ve yet got guns gunsTho gUn gunsThe
Tho Russians RU8lan are ar preparing prparing for invest investment Invlst Invlstment investmerit ¬
ment at Port Arthur but will wi make a fight fightto fKht fKhtto
to secure Icur Dalny from rrm morn occupation oCupntion which whicimwould whichwould whichwould
would be b necessary nccsfr for railroad rirod purposes purposesThe purposesThe purposesThe
The Russians HUJlnl are nr very nervous about abut Ja Japans Inpns Japans ¬
pans pns possible plble attitude atludl It I is If quito qui Ie likely likelyaccording Ikoly Ikolyaccrdlg lIkelyaccording
according accrdlg to the correspondent crspondont that Russia Russiawill HUlsl ItussiawIll
will wi fully rnly consent cqlnt to Japans Japas occupation ocupallon ofCores of ofCorea oCCOra
Cores COra from the Yalu River southward suthward pro provided pr prvidtd provided ¬
vided vidtd that Russia Rusi gets a free fre hand in Man Manchuria Manchurla Manhuria ¬
churia churiaUnder churlaUnder huriaUnder
Under the date of Dec D 20 1 the special specialcorrespondent specialcore specialcorrespondent
correspondent core pndent of the Teltgrapk Trllgraph telegraphs telegraphsfrom telegrphs telegrphsfrom telegraphsfronim
from Nagasaki Xagaskl saying that after nfer a tour of ofManchuria ofIanchuria ofManchuria
Manchuria he has formed tho opinion that thatKustiia thatHusain thatIttissia
Kustiia does cQ1 not want war She needs neds a ayear aar ayear
year ar for assimilation aAimlaton and then with her herworks herworkl licrworks
works workl completed complete she RIl will wi bo b immovable immovableShe
She in il apprehensive of the power of tho thoJapanese theJapanese
Japanese fleet fet then of the thl attitude atludo of China Chinaund Chluannd Chhutand
und nd then of Great Britain Brtin At present presentthere prppnttherl PresentItem
therl there are probably prhabl 100000 100 Russian troops troopssouth troept troeptouth troops4outh
south of Mukden Iuk en and stores tlorll sufficient luicient to tolast 10laat tolast
last six months The Russians HUlllans would woull make makea rall ralla makenaval
a a naval fight flhL fighuta a I big general Ieneml action to toa toafinhsh a finish finishRS fnlh fnlhM
RS they have no means for repairing their theirships IhplrshipR theirnhil
ships nhil > s OH the Japanese Japll > o have havePort hanPort ImaviPort
Port Arthur is guarded guarde by two booms boomsone boomRoce boomsne
one ne for the basin hOFin and the other otwr larger larler ami amiarmed and andarrld andarmed
armed arrld with projecting projltng irod shod spars sparsfor fpaf sparsfor
for tho tlo lie entrance to t the Lh harbor harborA
A despatch deEpalch to the Times from Tokio Tokiosays TokloMY Tokialays
MY says it I is generally Itnlraly understood undltood that Japan Japanwill Japn Japnwi JapaniIl
wi will iIl ask Russia HUllla to reconsider fconslder her reply replywhich replywhih replyhIch
whih which hIch does rOI not contain cntain a 1 tangible talglble tanigibleconces tanigibleconcestion concus concussion oonC oonCslon ¬
sion inasmuch illsmuch as a it excludes Japan alto altogether altogether altoether ¬
gether ether from the Mnnchuriun llchurln question queston and andproposes andpropoae aridroposea
proposes an equal position pllon for the thf two twoPowers toPowerl twolowema
Powerl Powers concerning concrlnl Coma CoreaWAVES CoaGR41R ComaTh41ES
lp le Admits dmll SeeIng Srln Ills ll Wife lfl Twenty Twent Minute MinuteIlefore MinutesIlefore lnltl9 lnltl9Ulfor
Ilefore Ulfor He 1 Found Her lEr Dead DeadDBS UradDFs leadDas
Das DFs MOINBS IOINYR la Dec Dr 20 20Jn In anticipation anticipationf alticlpallon alticlpallonof
of if f an intention intlntlon on the III part of the police policelepartment polct polctcrpartmlnt policelepartmnent
crpartmlnt lepartment to keep kep him under undlr surveillance surveillanceis urvplancp urvplancpa
a is > a suspect Inlpfci growing out of the til murder murdEr of oflis ofhiA ofus
lis us wife Charles W Graves mvM has employed employedittorneys pmploye employedittonimnys
ittorneys to look after his hiI interests InterfHt The Theoronor Theoronlr Timeoronmer
oronor oronlr and detectives dltlct havo discoveredmesh discovered discoveredresh dlscolred dlscolredfrPh
frPh mesh and Ind nun conclusive evidence that the thefomanwas Ihewoman theronian
woman fomanwas was murdered murdpre and her body set Ipt on onire onIre
frp ire in tho hope of concealing concalng the crime crimeThe crmI crimeThe
The husband hURhnd admits Rdmia that tlnt he 11 had visited visitedhe visitedhe 1 IIf1 IIf1the
the he house houf twenty mintues mlnlnls before he hI says saysIn A I
hl 10 discovered dlRovlrd the Ihl body hod but says tYI his wife wiferas wiferas Iro IrownR
ras well wflnnd and cheerful cheerfulHo hrful
Ho Ineiots that she A ho accidentally accidpntaly sot fire fro froto
to 0 her hlr clothing llolhln and was WI burned burll to death deathr
or > ir r if she was aR actually actualy murdered murnerEd he is at atI atloss
I 1 loss to know kno the author autlor of the III crime or orhe orIhe orlie
Ihe he motive motiveHis mothl nuotiveHis
His H extreme treme cruelty crully to the woman has hasjeen hasbon haseen
bon jeen established ostlhllhl but tho police polc arc by no noneons nomnns nonenna
neons satisfied > that that they can establish esablsh any anyconnection au auconnecton anyommnectlon
connection on his part with wih the murder murderCROOK miirrlerROOK
connecton pr murer murerCIWOK
Irooklyn Policeman rolleman Haiti Hurt furtI Hurtills Hurtillstsltant III IIIAstnlUnt
AstnlUnt KnpfipM KnpfipMPoliceman Flaplf FsepsPoliceman
Policeman 1011man Steinway was al passing pllng a aakery abaklry aakery
baklry akery in Third avenue lenno near Carroll Carrol street streetJrooklyn Rlrfet RlrfetBrooklyn streetIrooklyn
Brooklyn early this morningwhen ho hI saw sawcrook 8awa sawcrook
a crook known as R Gibbons Chbnl standing tannln In the theloorway thl theoormav
doorwo loorway oormav Thin policeman polclman asked alkpd Gibbons Gibbonshatbo Gibbonshatme nbboJ
whalle hatbo was doing doingFor doingFot doingFot
For Fot an answer IIWpr Gibbons slashed Klafhpd the tholollcemon IhopolCmon theoliecmoii
polCmon lollcemon with wih a razor cutting cuting the letters lettersands latr latrhand lattersancis
hand ands a and gashing gaahlnp his hi back Gibbons Gibbonsscaped Obboul Gibbonsseeped
IICnpl seeped The Thl policeman pllman was aa attended alndr by byn Iv Ivan
an n ambulance ambulanc surgeon and went homelie home homelis homHIA
HIA lie wounds are nrl severe elre but hut not dangerous dangerouslemovInK dangerountmolnl dangerousIemoIflg
ntmolnl lemovInK Flnltmln Ccrnn CArio to Float Her HerTpcrtol Ipr Iprprlal 11cr5pErtQl
Tpcrtol CaWe aSir Dapotrlt Dtparh to Tnt Tn SON SONANTWKBP SONANTERP SosANrwEnr
ANTWKBP ANTERP Dec 203ix tugs were enaged en enaged engagll
gagll aged throughout thrughout the day In efforts eorls to float floathe foat foatIbe floatme
Ibe he me Red He Star Str Line Bteamer Btoer stearnerFinhand Finland Fnlnd from fromtils frm frmthl frommIs
thl tils port prt for Now Nlw York which stranded strandeduring Atrandl strandeduning
durng uring thick weatheryosterday wMtherlyotera near Flush Flushig FIUh FIUhIng
Ing ig Thlsevenlngthosteamercommencedto Thlsevenlngthosteamercommencedtonload This I evening Ilnlngtheatamercmmenrf thestanmer commenced 10 tonulond 10unload
unload her cargo crgo into tugs It Is II holloved hollovedtiat 1lelo
that tiat shu sh will wi como off when hfn lightened lightenedKlnit ljhtn1 lightenedliIrg
Klnit 011 tlecelves RefrlVs Sir ThomM 1Uma LIpton MplonSpecial UplonCptla LIptonrpercaj
Special Cptla Cable Cabl UipafcA Dlpelo la THE TE Tfl Sex Stl SesIj0DoN SexLONDOK
LONDOK LmN Dec De 20 2T 20The Tho King Kn received recelvexlIr relved relvedSir
Sir tl Ir day dayaaaa Thomas Toa LIpton at a Buckingham Bucingham Palaco Palacodey Paac Palacoday
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The SIdes SII of the thl Hand Hall J Jacks ek DulRnl nulcld tml tmlirrat EiuiGreat ndrr ndrrUrut
Great Height 1el ht and a Contrary ontrar Tit TitHindered Til TilHndered iiiHIndered
Hindered Hndered but the undue UrlIII Hail Kloali Kloaliand Flatld FlatldInt Eleatianti
and Int lowered 1lrlcl on Schedule Sehlcule Tim TimThe CIII CIIIThe 1IniiThe
The 1000 10 ton double decked decke drawbrldp drawbrldpon drawbnidon
on which the Delaware Lackawonna Lakawanna an anWestern and andWrter anVestern
Western Wrter Railroad Hal rOAd crosses Cr088 tho Passaic fly Riviat Ryer Ryerat flyat
at Newark was wa moved into place yosterda yosterdathus YCterday YCterdaythuR yeeterdathus
thus completing cmpletng the great grrt viaduct the ui uiof UAe UAeof iiiof
of which will wi do away with wih the Broad strot strotcrossing streL streLeltlng atm atmoroesing
crossing eltlng ono of the most mOlt dangerous dangeruR dangerousNew i iNew In InNewJeroy
New NewJeroy NewJeroyTho Jersey JerseyTho JerseyThe
Tho railroad rairoad bridge which is the onl onldouble only onlydoublo onidoublc
double decker in tho world had to be floatc floatcthlrtyflvo foa floatethirtyfive t1 t1thlryfvo
thlrtyflvo thlryfvo feet ret up stream stram and lower lowerethirteen lowerthirteen
thirteen thirten feet to bring It on a f level with wih tli tlinow tho thone tlnew
now ne viaduct Great bridges brldgt have he horetofor horetoforbeen hiemetofoibeen
been ben lowered lowere by hydraulic hydraulc jacks but th thLackawanna the theLawann ULaokawanna
Lackawanna Lawann draw was 11 dropped ruppe ycstorda ycstordaby ycatordaby Otorday Otordayby
by means mens of sand nd jacks jacksThe jakt jacksThe
The Te bridge rested re8te on two timber tmbr pistonwhich piston pistoniwhich plstn plstnwhioh
which in l turn tur pressed pre upon upn the sand con contaihed contine conabed
abed tine in two hugo boxes boX > The he spec specwith sped spedwih speewith
with wih which the lie bridge brl jo descended dMcndf was reg regulalpd regulat reiulatod
ulalpd ulat by allowing alowln tho sand to drlbblo ou ouof out outor otof
of holes at the bottom bttm of the boxes bxeK I Ithe I I Itime
the bridge had Ion been lowered lowero by method methodpreviously methodprvloUly methodpreviously
previously prvloUly used use the Immense Immlnlo Buburboi Buburboitrafflo Ruburbn Ruburbntrafo euburbatmafflo
trafflo trafo of the rood rod would have hav been bn tied tp ui uifor up upfor u ufor
for nearly nerly a week By the use of sam samjacks Mnd Mndjack sanjacks
jacks tho draw was WI lowered 10werl1n in five fe hours hoursand hoursand houmFand
and traffic traf0 was W stopped for less leB than a a day dayPreparations dayPtparton da daPreparations
Preparations Ptparton ttopp for tho work began hlpan at atoclock atocock 2 2oclock
oclock yesterday elteray morning Four barge bargehad brgea brgeahad bargehad
had been ben floated foated under tho draw whon thitide thi thotde thtide
tide tde was was low loW and as the water rose roR the drov drovfloated drw drwfoated drasfloated
floated foated upstream It I had been cxpectct cxpectctthat opecter expecteithat
that the uptram falling taing of the tide tde would aid h hlowering In Inlowerng iilowering
lowering lowerng tho bridge brdgo but a hard southeast uoutheaswind southeastwind soot hess hesswind
wind kept the th water up upAnother upAnother upAnother
Another difficulty difculty was encountered whcrho when whenthe whomthe
the ho sides of the sand boxes or jacks jacksogan jacksbe jacksbegan
be began > ogan an to bulge under tho great weight wellht thai thaiested thatrea tharested
rea rested upon lpn them A force forc of fifty fty car carxmterB cr crIlnter carIeatcrs
Ilnter Ieatcrs xmterB had hd been ben provided provide for just this coningonoy con coningonoy contngonoy
tngonoy ingonoy and they immediately Immeditely went wlnt U Uork towork t twork
work ork to strengthen strngthen the boxes More Mor In Inionvenlenco Inconvenience inonvenlenco
convenience was wn caused cusd by the rain rin swelling swellinghe swpllnH swpllnHthe swellIndie
the he wooden slides slde which regulated ho hole holerom holosfrm holetrom
frm rom rom which the sand Eand dribbled dribbledAfter dribbledArter dribbledAfter
After the bridge had been lowered enough enouhto
to 0 rest upon its lI piers Ier tho four barges barge which whichiad whichhad whicihad
had supported supprted it had to be drawn drwn out outThis outThhi outrmils
This proved pror to be one of the most difficult difficultmrts dimoulliarts Ifoult Ifoultprll
prll mrts of the work wore and whon the to last lat barge bargeloated bargefoted bargoatecl
foted loated upstream ptrom a flotilla fotia of tugboats tugboatshich tugoat tugboatswhich
which which had been ben waiting wallnj for tho event eventMow eentblew eventlilew
Mow their theirwluistles whistles for nearly nlarl ten tN te minutes minutesEverybody mlnutf minutesEverybody
Everybody Ierbod shook hands from Presidentrruiale President PresidentTruesdale Prlldonl PrlldonlTredalo
Tredalo Truesdale and other officers ofcel of trm tn railroad railroadornpany ralrond ralrondcmpn railroadnrnpany
cmpn ornpany down to t tho Italian Ialnn section fton hands handsmd hand8nnd handsnd
md there were wlrl many congratulations conprtulatlon non torhief lorChief nonhief
Chief hief Engineer J nllner Lincoln Bush RUlh of tho road roadrho roadwho roadrho
rho planned tho work And had sole el charge chargef charSf charSfor
or > f it I Mr Ir Bush Is responsible r pon8iblo for the tn idea ideaif IIta IItaof iOeaf
of if f lowering lowernl the thl bridge brIdpe by sand jacUs jacUsMr jacf jachsMr
Mr Ir Bush had bijtwcen lutwoeni five fvo and sir hun nunired hundred hunired
ired men on the work A hundred hunded Italians Italiansho HalaM HalaMwho ItaliaNehmo
to work yesterdaynorning yesterday vsterdnymorinl yesterdaynorning
who ho went very Iry ery early
morinl norning became heame tired tred before hlfore the day dayvor was wasvor D Dovor
ovor > vor and and quit quit Their hllr desertion rlIerton didnt didntJelay didntdllay didntinlay
dllay inlay the work much muchThe muchThl muchThe
The Thl officials ofcials of the railroad rRlrod made tho thomoving Ihl Ihlmovlnl tim timnoving
movlnl moving of time bridge brlrgo an occasion ocllon for a aloliday nholda aioliday
holda loliday In splt Iplto spite of the rain President Presidentfruesdale Prlaldtnt PrlaldtntTrueRdale PresidentImuosdnle
fruesdale ViccPresidents YicPrptldenta Loomis Loml and Cold Coldyell Calclwelnnd CahulveIl
welnnd yell and many other officers oflrR of the road went wentarly wlnt wentarly I Ilrly
arly lrly in President Prsident Truosdales rueldnl private car ar toiike to toake I
Lke ake Forest ForPlt The contractors cntractors the Sandford SandfordHarris Sndford SndfordHarril Sandfordharris
Harril Harris Company also nlt had a car at th thritgo the thehr themnldge
hr ritgo > go and entertained Inter alned the Mayor of Newark Newarkind Nowarkand Newarkmd
and other officials ofolals As soon lon as fs the thl rails railsvere rlR rlRwer railssem
wer vere laid on tho bridge brJgo the two cans car passed passedjveron pa80 pa80oer passoctrer
oer jveron rer olthtlr our their way to Hoboken HobokenThe Hobken HobkenThe HobokemiThe
The now Lackawanna Lkawnnna passenger paRlener station stationit staton statonat
it Newark Nfwark was opened opnt last lalt night and the thefirst thefrHt theIrst
frHt first regular flllr train to pass pl over the thl now line lineeft In InIff lineeft
Iff eft for New York a 1 few minutes after afterPresident aCterPrsldnt afterresiitnt
Prsldnt President Truesdales Trmdalel special prial The tracks tracksif trcks trcksof
of if the Ih company Cpan have ha been bell elevated tleatI from fromHarrison flom flomHarrlRn fromlarnisoim
HarrlRn Harrison to Brand street Itret Newark toe tuerork Inowork toeyork
work having hllnp taken nihout nl nbout > out two I IWI we years yearsTho ears veersTini earsTho
Tho drawbridge trwhrldgo put Jul in plnee yesterday yesterdayvas IIercar IIercarWRI
WRI vas built bui on 0 pontoons pontoonl on the lie Passnic PRllcIhr PRllcIhra Paswniclliver PaswniclliverI River
a 1 short distance north nor h of the t h old bridge bridgeiVhen lriepl lrieplWhen bridgehmenm
When hmenm the tll old draw dra was wal a ns condemned Ioldfmnld as R un unlafe unMf onafe
Mf lafe more molo than a yenrago paralo time new nlw one ant wasbated was wasloated wasfoated
foated bated down nnd put in Its Is Place the 1m lower lowerleek lowerdlck lowerleek
dlck leek only ani being helnp used UFr Under lnder the th new newirrangemont nlw nlworrnlpment newirramigemnent
irrangemont the tl lower deck < > k will wi be used usedor uR1for usedor
orrnlpment for or freight tracks the freight station Alton in insewark InXewark Inewnrk
sewark being helCI on a lower level Ip than I the thepassenger I he hepllenler liemassengem
passenger passengerThe massengemThe
pllenler pllenlerTho The tops of the thp piers piorl of the thl old bridge bridgeivill hrldl bridgesIll
sIll 1 bo floated toatpd off of this morning mornin to mnke mnkeoom mnkeroom makeoom
oom for the thl draw drawvfMY drawERMt I IG
G R vfMY 11 A lft Ir MWM ILflOt I UIt P > IV I V rilIA rilIAhe II iiiVArlie t I I II
Thr he Shantung Shantlnl Line Inl Will 1 He 1f Completed CompletedIlefore Compllttd CompllttdIcfore Conipleteditefore
Ilefore Icfore June of Next Srt Year YearNo YearNo nr nrNo
No other raUvcad ra in China is making makinguch maldnl niakingticim
uch progress progtf is that which blch the Germans Germansre Gem111 Gem111ale
ale re building hul lng from frm their port of o Tslngtao Tslngtaon
on n the bay hn of Kiaochau to the largo city cty of ofsinanfu ofTlinanfu ofrNinanfu
Tlinanfu sinanfu on the Hexing Hoanl River Rver The Tle lino linovlll Ino Inowil linodli
botwoentho and the therloang theHOlg thebang
wil vlll bo b completed cmplot1 btlwllrthe sea a
HOlg bang before June 1 next nextFourfifthsof nextFourffthlof muextFourfifths
Fourfifthsof Fourffthlof of the thO line InA is I now in operation operationrhe opertion opertionTo
To rhe work was wal entirely Interrupted Intlrmpto for foribout forabul forbout
abul bout two years veorl on account acunt of the Ihf Boxer Boxerroubles Bxer Bxertrubelnit Boxerronmlles
trubelnit roubles but rapid progress prolrI1 has been made madeilnce made madeIinol mademen
Iinol men then thenOn thenOn thenOn
On Sept Sopt 1 last the road was wal completed completedo cmplftf completedChauttunn
to o Chautsun CautAlm 100 miles mllR from its I starting startingoint 8tarl11 nntartimmgolnt
pint oint Cliautsun Choutlun Is II a city of about 50000 50000habitants 500 50000Thabitanmts
Inhabitans habitants with a great Irlat trade and it I Isspecially Is Isspecially IsIplcalv
Iplcalv specially distinguished dlltlngulRhf1 as al the emporium emporiumf lm lmof
of f I the silk Ik trade tr of Shantung ShantungThocjtyof Rhnntlng RhnntlngTo ShantimmmgThocityof pmpr
Thocjtyof of TAinanfu to which trains 1 will wille wi
et ran
be > e running rnning next summer isthocapital Is the capital of the therovinco theprlnco therovince
prlnco rovinco of Shantung uiul has hal iin over 300000 300000nhnbitonts 300 300000habitmmts
Inhnbitl11A nhnbitonts It I is surrounded RurruCd1 by two tworails twowalK tworails
walK rails one 01 of if which is II high hllh and strong trongTe
Te ho narrow streets Rtrt are paved patl with ih cement cementho CIlnt CIlntThe cemneruthe
The ho commercial cmmeria routes rulel centering at this thisreat tbiAgot thismat
got mat mart mar extend in all a directions dlriionA and ns nsnr f astr
far nr away as I Pekin Ptkln Hankow and Shanghai ShanghaiThe IhalJhal IhalJhalThe ShanghaiThe
The railroad raira extends through thrujh the heart heartf hlart hlartof
of f Shantung which hich according ocrrlnJ to tho thoTilneso thoGhicscenAus thehinesoeonsus
GhicscenAus Tilneso hinesoeonsus census taken last lat year par is II tho most mostenscly mOlt mOltdonsely moatensely
enscly peopled pcple part of the Empire Empirf We Weavo Wehave Veave
have ave really roal no idea Idll of tho frightful rrilhtful con conestlon cn cnfton connation
nation fton of humanity huanll that is II found in thisch this thisich thl
ich province province Perhaps we e can derive deriveamo dere dereRmo deriveime
Rmo rc amo idea of It if wo m consider cnAlder that if i double doubletie doublothe
the tie ie present prlent presentpopulationof population ppulaton of tho theUnited United Unie States Statesr Stat e
or r 156000000 1500 people pople were werl crowded Into Intooxas IntoTexl intoexas
Texl oxas that State would have a density denliy of ofopulatlon oCppulaton ofDpuiation
ppulaton opulatlon comparable comparblo with that of tho thorovinco thoprovince ho horovince
province rovinco of Shantung ShantungWiviiF4r Shontunp ShontunpIlWnru ShantungIUVIWtI
WiviiF4r IlWnru XOT4 vor OT 4 n nvitciAK nvitciAKop 11lIGlR 11lIGlRn
Cop op Citrhen athE1 a YounKitcr olnl ter Hhntl hol Spent SpentHli Hplnt Spentills
ills 11 Money 10111 SeeIng Nerlnl Nrw ew w York YnrkPoliceman YorkPoliceman ork orkPoloemn
Policeman Poloemn Curry of the Tenderloin Tenderloination Tpnderlolnnton Tenderloination
ation nton was wal passing plllng the house houll nt 110 110rest 10 10Wet 110eat
Wet rest Seventeenth Soventrnth street stret about S r r oclock oclockeUrday oolockYNtrdy oclockterday
YNtrdy eUrday morning moring when ho heard a voice voiceilling volcocaling voiceihling
caling illing for help The voice came from fromeihind frombehind from4ulnd
behind some Imo window blinds blnda and said ald that thatburglar thata thatburglar
a burglar was trying tyin to got Ilt into tho house houseTho houR houseThe
The Te cop nosed nOpd around arund and pulled pule n nvelvoyearold ntwele areleyearoit1
twele velvoyearold coj parold towheaded towheadi boy by out fromuder from fromnder frol
under nder the tl front stoop He was Wi a bright brightoking brigh brightoking
oking youngster ounRtor and fairly well we dressed dressedt drCod drCodAt dressedthe
At t the station stton house housonfer after he had had ha a cup cupcoffee oupor cupcoffee
or coffee cf1 and a sandwich lndwch he said sd he guessed guessedow gUeO
Now ow York won WB all al right after nrer all al Then hen the thejllco theple thiniiico
ple jllco got out ofhim of him hm that he hI ran rn away frominne from fromsine fromhome
home sine to see BO Now York on Dec 11 1 and had haden hndbln liedcii
bln en exploring the town ever since sinceHis Hlnt sinceLi
His Ri Li name taml ho said ld was WW Ilnnv SMVL eely lv and andass andlived
ho 10 lived at 37 Iunderry Iounderry street Fichburg Illchburg IllchburgRae an
ll ass He said he had money mane nnoney when h hime hcame he heme
came ime to t the city ci hut was wal broke now and andidnt andhadnt anddnt
hadnt idnt lIked Ikl tho city very err well wel for the last lastiw lt ltrew
rew iw nights nlghtf Ho was M held on a charge of orvagnoy ofand
vagnoy and tur turned I over t totheOomr totheOomrI t crge OorQ
17 17I I
Driver Orhlr of a NlelRh IIIKh Threw Thre Out Food to Thenil The Them Themand Thetand
and nil Got Into Ton Safely SafelyDOIUTH Sarel SarelDUTUTI SafelyPurutmi
DOIUTH DUTUTI Minn Doc 20 2oK 0E K J Chapma Chapmaof Chapmar Chapmarof
of Duluth travelling travoling representative repreontatve of ofwholesale ofwholesale a awholClo
wholesale wholClo drug drg house and Frank Fank Perry Perrylivery Pfrr PerrylIvery a alvery
livery lvery driver drlvlr had a perilous priou oxporiencwith oxporienc oxprlenco oxprlencowith exponiencwith
with wolves wolvO on last lat Wednesday Woneday ovonlnf ovonlnfand oonlnl oveniniamid
and It was undoubtedly undoubtely Perrys PerY1 lunch bat batket bA bAket bailest
ket that saved Ived them from being torn t tpieces to toplece I Ipieces
pieces piecesChapman plece piecesChapmatu
Chapman Chapml engaged a team and Ind slelg slelgat alelghat sleigat
at Pine River nver Case Ca8 county Minn to tak takhim take takehim tnihIm
him to Backus Bekua twelve miles mleB away awa throng throngtho throtgl tbronmgthewoodsand
tho thewoods thewoodsand woods and P Pfrry Pemmywas rry was al assigned to drive driveWhen drheWhln dniviVhcn
When Whln four miles miEs from Backus BckU five fo timbe timbewolves tmbr tmbrWOIIR timbewolves
wolves appeared behind bhind them and prepare prepareto propared proparedto
to WOIIR attack attck npprl Chapman took tok tho reins anlet an anlet and andleL
let the horses hOrO run The wolves ohls evident evidentfeeling evidentlY evidentlYrpelng evidentifeelIng
feeling rpelng sure of their prey cantered cantere swlftl swlftlbehind swil swilbehind swifttbehind
behind behindTho behindhe behindThe
The he snow ano won BO o deep dop the wolves cou counot culd culdnot coul coulnot <
not get ahead ahld unless unleS the horses hole lowe siowedown IloWI IloWIdown lowedown > <
down When a mile mlo and a half from Backu Backutho Backlf Backlftho Baoktitue
tho horses hoJC showed showe signs slgl of distress The Thecould ThEY Thecould 1 1could
could not run into llackus Uackul at that pac pucand pal palanc pacand
and to slow down meant danger dangerPerry dangerPery clangorPerry
Perry Pery then thol had an Inspiration IMplraton Ho began begaidealing begandealng begaldealing
dealing dealng out morsels morsla of food from his lunch lunclbosket lunchhlket lundiilSkOt
bosket hlket Tho wolves wolvtf stopped Itopped to eat tat am amquarrel ane antquarrel
quarrel over the crumbs The time tmo thu thuiafforded thunrorde thuafforded
afforded nrorde gave the horses horsls opportunity opportuniy t tslow to toslow ti tislow <
slow down downFinally downFinaly downFinally
Finally Finaly they were ero within half a mile ml0 ol olBackus of ofDcku8 oiBackus
Backus Dcku8 The wolves came on with th renewed renoweiferocity renowed renowedferocity renewedferocIty
ferocity ferocityThe ferocityThe ferocItyThe
The whip was Wa applied applld to tho horses hones nnc amthe nncthe and andtho
the wind up of the race rc was close clos at hand handTho handTho handThe
Tho team dashed dlhe Into town tV with wlh thr thrwolves thowolvel hi hiwolves
wolves wolvel close coso behind The horses wen wenreeking werereking werreeking
reeking reking with wth sweat swet and nnc trembling tremblng tremblingfatigue wit witfatigue wih wihratguo
fatigue ratguo The wolves yelped their ragand rage rageand ragonnd
and disappeared dlsappfrec Ono borne hor e was ruined ruinedPREDICTS ruine ruinePREIICT ruinedJREIICTS
Janice Jallll R f Hirlan larlan Just Ji t Home 10mI From There ThereSays Tlrl ThereSss
Says a Republic ntJlblo U ComIng ComlnRCmoioo ComlnKCmOo ComIngCIIIOAGO
Cmoioo CmOo Dec 20 20A A revolution rvoluton against againstthe agnlnlt agnlnltthe againstthe
the monarchical mOIacAI form of government may maybe maybe maybe
be expected expete to occur In Spain within the thrnext thenext th thnext
next twelve tweJemonthl twelvomontha months which will wi result in th thestablishment the theItnblfhment theestablishment <
establishment Itnblfhment of a third republic repuhlo in Europe EuropeThis Elrope ElropeTla EuropeThis
This Tla prediction predicton was wal made mde today bj bjJames hy hyJnmp8 byJames
James S Harlan former AttorneyGenera AttorneyGenerafor AtonleyGenerl AtonleyGenerlfor
for Porto Poro Rico Rco who recently renty returnee returniedfrom returneefrom returne
from Spain to this city where hero tomorrow tomorrowhe tomorow tomorowhe tomorrohe
he will wi Join his brother brther John Maynard MaynardHarlan Maynrl Maynardharlan
Harlan in the practice pmetco of law Tho up upheaval upheaval ¬
heaval heval may my be h cither elhtr violent or peaceful peacefulbut paceful
hut tho result reult will wi bo tho same he continned con continued ¬
tinned tinuedThere tnur tinnedThere
There is l every indication Indicaton in Spain of a adesire a adesir ndesire
desire desir upon Ipon tho part of the people for a amore a amoro amore
more advanced adaned form of government goerment Talk Talkof Talkof Talkof
of a revolution reoluton is in the air airTho airTho airTho
Tho rapid rpid Increase In the numerical numericalstrength numercl numericalstrength
strength of the Republican Uepublcn party pary Is II notice noticeable nolcl noticeable ¬
able even Iven to the outsider Those ToBe with ith an anopportunity Anopprunity anopportunity
opportunity opprunity such as was wal afforded arorred me to toobserve toobserve
observe ohser1 conditions cndltlon at close caR range cannot cannotfail cannotrai cannotfail
fail rai to see Ie the portents porentl They Tey are every everywhere fVlr everywhere ¬
where whereIf
wheroJ If J the revolution once onc breaks brfkl out outseriously outlrioullr outseriously
seriously lrioullr it will wi undoubtedly undoubttl result in the theoverthrow theoerthro theoverthrow
overthrow of the present prMfnt dynasty At Atpresent Atprelpnt Atpresent
present prelpnt however no leader strong Itrong enough enoughto fnough fnoughto
to direct dlrlct the tlu Republicans Hepuhll41 has come cme forward forwardand rorwnrdand forwardand
and they thl lack organization organization4r organI7ton organI7tonH organization41X
4r H 41X PEOPLE PIOPI FOR THE TII FAIR FAIREffort f4R f4Rrort F4IflEffort
Effort rort to Secure 111 a Net et of Strange trnll haIry lUlryFolk lalr lalrFolk haIryFolk
Folk for the he Nt Louis 10118 Show ShowCHICAGO Showimxcaoo ho homCAoo
CHICAGO mCAoo Dec De 20 20To To secure sor a group of ofpeculiar Orpecular ofpeculiar
peculiar pecular hairy hair shortstntured shortIt turd people poplo from froma
a Pacific Iaclfo island IAlald for exhibition at the St StLouis StLouis
Louis 10111 Exposition ExpOltlol Prof Frederick Frderk Starr Starrthe Strr Strrthe Starrthe
the University Unhrlty of Chicagoanthropologist Chicagoanthropologistprobably Chlca Chicago o athrplogist athrplogistprbab1y anthropologIst anthropologIstprobably
probably prbab1y will wi start atr to the lie Orient Orint shortly shortlyafter Rhortlyarter shortlyafteI
after Christmas ChristmasProfStarr ChristmasProfStarr
ProfStarr PrfStrr Chrlstls ChrlstlsPrfStrr said Ild tonight tonl1 that he hehad had b bn bnasked been beenasked en enasked
asked tb undertake ulderAke tho mission which if ifsuccessful I Ifsuccessful
successful suceRrul will wi give givl the worlds orldI fair visitor visitoran Ialtoran
an opportunity to look upon creatures crturI that thatmight thatmight thatmight
might opprtnity almost be classified cBlfc upn as missing links linksThese lnks lnksThlo linksTiucse
These Thlo peculiar people pepll the Alnus have havenever h havenever e eneyer
never been hP1 seen 8fen in this I hi country countr said fl Prof ProfStarr ProrHterr ProfStarr
Starr They occupy the island IIIRIHI of Yeze Yezewhich Yezewhich neze nezewhlcin
which is il the northernmost northfrnmoRt island Islunl of the theJapanese thl theJepamics
Jepamics Japanese group hut they are not of theyellow the theyellow thAyelo
yellow yelo race r They ThlY are nr white whi hut not of ofbur ofou ofour
bur ou our r race raceThey rarcThE raceIliey
They ThE are arl small Amal on an average a little littleover Itlf ItlfOIr littleovEr
over three lirfo feet fEt tall and al1 are the hairiest hairiestpeople hnlrllRt hnlrllRtpcph hairiest1ePli
people on earth Their Thllr bodies are cov covered c cfre ccvcroci ¬
ered with hair and all al of the thi men ren have long longbeards long1H8da bugbeards
fre beards 1H8da The TIl women omln tattoo tatoo their thtlr faces facesso faC1 faC1f
so f as al to have imitation imlalion mustaches mustachesKILLED tu8tnchl mustachesKIlLtI
KILLED 1 1 I AT t T A t DAXCE DAXCERivalry IJUCl IJUClnhalr ItXCERtair
Rivalry Rtair uer er a Girl rl Cause aI8E8 Two TWI Deathanil Death Urathsand icatlisanti
and the thl Hounding Uolndlnl of Three Thrle Men MenATIJIJJTA MenATIAXTA lln llnATt
ATIJIJJTA ATt TA Ga Dec Dp 20 20Clarenc 20Clarence Clarence Cantroll Cantrolland Cant Cantmollrind rol
and William Wilam Shlpp arc dead dNd and William WilliamCantroll WIlam WIlamCantrel WIlliamCantrell
Cantroll Cantrel George Shipp nnd George Grrge hogan Groganare nrojan nrojanare hoganare
are wounded an af the result reAul of a 1 general shoot shooting shootIng shooting
ing affray arry that took place plaC1 nt the thl home of ofJohn ofJohn orJohn
John Brooks in Paulding county cunty last lst night nightor ni nightJor hl
ior > or a long time ill 1 feeling folnl has existed existedbetween existedb existedbetween
between b ween the Cantroll Cantrl and Shipp brothers brothersrivalry brot brothersrivalry hll
rivalry for the favor of one of the belles bellesof heUIH heUIHor
of the neighborhood nelphhorhoo being blnl the cause All Allthe Al Alltime
the young people pple of the community comuniy were weroinvited wereIIil wereinvited
IIil invited d to the Brooks dance danceSomething dlncp dlncpSomlthlng danceSomething
Something Somlthlng started starte a dispute dl pute and ClarenceLantrell Clarence ClarenceCantrell Clarenc
Cantrell antrel shot Alot Will Wi Shipp Cnntrell Cntrel was wasI WIS WISI washen
I I hen shot Ihoi by George Genr Shipp who fell fel before beforen bErore bErorea
n 1 bullet from William Wilam Cantrells gun gunGeorgo gunieorgo
hulEI Iun IunOeorle
Oeorle Georgo Grogan Gropal had no part par in the affair affairhut atah atahhul affairhut
hut stopped a bullet bulet not meant for him himSixteen himSlxtPn himiIxteen
SlxtPn Sixteen shots 8hotF were Iro fired fre in all allConfesses al alCOnfPNE1 allConfesses
Confesses COnfPNE1 That Tat He le Wrecked rpekl a Train TrainCOLORADO TrainCoLonAflo
COLORADO SPRINGS Col Col Dec 20 20Harry 20HarrySlmmonA 20Harryimmons Harry HarrySimmons
Simmons aged agEd 12 years tal has lR confessed confessedo oonrlsAed oonrlsAedto
to o wrecking wrfklng the Rock Island passenger passengerrain pllnger pllngerImin passengerrain
rain at lt Elsmere EIAmer on Tuesday TUlday He le placed placedn placedIn
In to n inch thick bolt a foot long on the outer outerfill outermi outerall
mi fill on on a sharp har curve The engine IngIne tender tenderml tendlr tendlrnnd tendermud
nnd ml two two cars cal were r derailed demled and overturned overturnedsuiting oerhlrnld oerhlrnldtullnl overturnedmsuitfng
tullnl suiting in tSOOO SO 000 loss 10 He denies dlnlP any anyntention anyInllnllon ammyntention
Inllnllon ntention to cause CIURe a wreck wreckmuslin wrk wrknUllan wreckRussIan
muslin nUllan Commissioner omml slonr for Worlds Worldl Fair FairCHICAGO FaIrCmcoo FaIrCnrcao
CHICAGO Dec De 20 20Prince Prince Nicholas NlcholR W WIngalitchefT WEngallchef Wngalitehieff
Engallchef IngalitchefT of Chicago Chicgo has been ben appointed appointediy appinted appintedhy
hy iy the Russian RUf1a Government GOernrent ns Imperial Imperialommissioncr Imprial ImprialCommlRRloner Imperialommissioner
ommissioncr to the th worlds fair nt lt St Stxiuis HtLOliI Mtoumie
LOliI xiuis He will wi leave for St St Louis tills tillsrentanos thl thlwek thisreek
wek wekBrentanos reek reek3rentanos
BrentanosOpen rentanos 3rentanosOpen rentanosOpen
Open EveningsUntil Evenings EveningsUntil EveningsUnti
Until Unti Christmas ChristmasUnion ChristmasUnion ChristmasUnion
Union Square SquareSILVERSMITHS SquareTh SquareThe
Th The Mc Metcalf Co CoSiLVERIMIThs
i Christmas
DABETIC ilABETIC IABETICBREADs BREADS and other oth r allow allowbk alow allowble
bk bl and useful foods are Ie served dally daly by bylsa1 byus byS
us lsa1 S al all over ° e town vv Sendrostal Send 10stallor nostal tar Circulars
Wrltn utiCa hor03cope 0 SC < P SUWf with lb prospect prospects 1 ln Aorolor 1U affatrg <
01 f m life le lloo 110 II Send ead birth dat lalo and lock of alalr hilt hilttiol
Tra rial wadlnr aclnr for aceptlc 10ple loe 10 Prortsaor IrleAor THUwJ TUR TIBJRS har
TN ON wConrreas eCnrrus ar at Providence Rhode h0 Ulani Ilaoe island
Solid Sold Silver SilverWHITING Siver SiverITLlr SilverisAsm
isAsm isAsmWHITING
WHITING MFG Co CoSilversmiths CoSilversmiths CoS
Silversmiths SilversmithsBroadway SilversmithsBroadvay S I lversmithsBroadway
Broadway 18th St StNew St StNow
New Nev York YorlcOPEN YorkOPEN YorkOPEN
lDlla Iola Daly 011 Slashes Hllshls at Her Ier Wrlit rllt With WithDull Withlull 1th I
Dull nul Razor and Isnt D Dadl Badly dly Hurt HurtCrowe Ilre IlreCrowl hInir hInirCrowe
Crowe Crowl to Whom hor She Shl Was u Engaged KntaRedOeU EngagedGets nr t
Gets Itsln In a Fuss U19 With the Police Polce Captain CaptainPoliceman CaptaInPolcoman CaplOltiPoliceman
Policeman Polcoman Oallivan Oalhan of tho East Et Thirty Thirtyfifth Tlr Tlrffh Thirtyfifth
fifth ffh street strt station staton was 11 standing at Forty Fortyflret Forl Forlfrt Fortyfirst
first frt street and Second avenue 1 lata lateYEterdR lateyeaterday lateyeaterdayafternoon yesterday yesterdayafternoon v vafernoon
afternoon afernoon when a man rushed rshld up and told toldhim tol1him toldhIm
him a woman had tried to kill ki herself with witha wih wiha
a razor rzor on tho first frt floor foor of 225 East Et Forty Fortyfirst For Fortyfirst
first street Galllvan hurried mid midfound
frt Oallvan huried ovor m mfound niuit niuitfound
found a a man holding a 1 struggling atrugglng woman womnnon
on the floor foor Her left wrist wrilt wan coveredwith covered coveredwith cverld cverldwith
with blood bloo and a rzor razor lay beside oAldo her on onthe 01 onthe
the floor floorThe foor foorThe floorThe
The m an gave his hi name as a John Joh Crone Crowea CrWl
a rug maker and said Id that the wom woman was wnsJulia wa waJula wasJulia
Julia Jula Daly a presser prfller He said they lived livedthere 1fd 1fdtherl livedthere
there therl with his hi sister Elizabeth Elzahth Ho was wasengaged WMfngagod wasengaged
engaged fngagod to marry marr the woman oman next month monthbut monthhut monthimut
but she feared that tat he wouldnt carry out outhis Oll OllhI oathis
his hI promise promifleYesterday prom ia
Yesterday Crowe and his hi sister altr went out outnnd out outand
and Crown didnt return rturn until unti two hoursafter hours hoursafter hourarer
after arer he promised he would woud When en he got gotback go goback gothack >
back the girl accused accUed him hm of planning to todesert tod0crt todesert
desert d0crt her and grabbing grbbing a f dull dul razor razorslashed razorellhA razorslashed
slashed ellhA herself horolr across fCr08 the wrist wristThe wristThe wristThe
The policeman polcman found the following folowing letter letterI letfr letfrI
I have waited waite until unll the time tmo tlrneyou you ou saId aie you youwould rainwould
101 101would
would bo home hor 1 but any an longer Icannot I canot cannot wait waitYou WAitYOI waitYou
You YOI have broken my heart and 1 dont cap cnrjto capto cnrmto
to live Ihf I prefer to die rather rlthEr than face th nt ntfimtuirt
future flturf 1 have e loved 10Er you too well wel and for fnrthat forthn tarthat
that thn reason rEa on I niuet die dip Jrtu JrtuThe JIL JILTho JtmnAThe
The woman and nd Crown were taken to the thoEast ti theEast
East Et Thirtyfifth Thlrtyffth street Atret station stationShire tton Cnpt CnptShire CRil
Shire ordered the woman locked up and told toldMatron mliiMatron
Matron Waldron to keep a close watch on onher onher
her herHold Hold on theresaid there said Crowe an a the ma matron matron ¬
tron started for the cells with her prisoner prisonerWhy prisonerWhy
Why dont you ou marry this poor girl ns nsyou asyou
you promised said the matron matronIts matronIts
Its none of your business what I do doreplied doreplied
replied Crown CroweCapt CrownCapt
Capt Shire jumped to his feet and said to torowe toCrowe
Crowe rowe If you youwerent werent in a polico station stationou stationyou
you ou would regret talking that way to a aoman awoman
oman In my presence Get out of hero heroas heroas
as quick as you can canMOSSED canfROSSED
Woman of BO O Hid Iladfeveheped Developed Melancholia MelancholiaCut
Cut Her Throat In lied liedEliza fledEhiza
Eliza Zubrod a spinster 50 years old oldnit ohilMit
nit her throat while in bed on Saturday Saturdaylight Saturdaynight
light at her home 579 Eighth avenue mid midiled studled
led to death Mrs Zubrodhermother Zubrodhermotherrho ZubrodIherrnothermho
mho is 80 years old found the body when whenhe whttihe
he went to call the daughter to breakfast breakfastjy breakfast1testorday
testorday jy morning morningZubrod
Miss Zubrod had an unfortunate bra lovnffalr braiffalr
ffalr many years ago and was a victim oft oftlelanoholiavvwhlah c cnelanohohiwh1oh
lelanoholiavvwhlah developed dvoiopedtnto Into suleidif suicidqi suicidqinania J Jlanla
lanla A few weeks ago utter leaving leavinghospital leavinkL
L hospital she made an unsuccessful at atempt atempt
empt at selfdestructiontill selfdestruction
till She Was BanIshed From Home mil milKilled andKilled
Killed Herself HerselfCUMIIKWAND JteraelfCI7MnmnnrAnu
CUMIIKWAND Md Doc 20 OEvahena OEvahenaVyntt Evalcna EvalcnaVyatt
Vyatt aged 28 years committed suiciderestorday suicide sulciilaestorday
estorday at th the Trader Hotel Clarks Clarksnirg Ciarusiurg
nirg bv shooting herself with a revolver revolverthe revoivrihe
the said she had been banished from roam home homeind homend
ind was in disgrace with her people peoplelor p001111cr
lor reputation was good but she d dtared dlared >
tared she was not permitted to go hoim hoimler hoimiicr
ler parents declare that the unfortunate unfortunateirl
irl had no foundation for her story storyMKnoedlerCo storyMKnoedlerCo
MKnoedlerCo MKnoedlerCoInvite
Invite attention to their theircarefully theircarefully
carefully selected collection of ofPAINTINGS ofPAINTINGS
and Water Colon of various ichooli ichooliOld scheoliOld
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William Bird of tb the city of New York YorkNotice Yorkotlco
Notice otlco of funeral hereafter hereafterAMDRKLRNO liereatterAMURlnNOOn
AMDRKLRNO AMURlnNOOn On Saturday lbs 19th ln InStephen t tStephen
Stephen Colvlll Cambrelenr son on of the lno lnoChurrlilll ts tsChurrbiil
Churrlilll J J Camhreleng and grandsonStephen grandson grandsonStephen <
Stephen Cambrelenj and Alfred ltred Colvlll ColvlllFuneral ColvillFuneral
Funeral services In the Church of the Aseernl Ueeili UeeiliSib M MMb
Mb av and 10th si Monday afternoon at Iioclock J Joclock
oclock oclockOUOHRT oclockOUtWflTAt
OUOHRT OUtWflTAt At Vtshlncton n C on Sunday SundayDecM tiundnvlec20
DecM Frederic H Coudcrt In the TZdycamr TZdycamrhis
his ate ateFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral services at SIPatricks CntheriralTU CntheriralTUday
day Dec 2J at 10 A M t from Ii 1 West 4Bth it itVHI1 ItYEI1t
VHI1 YEI1t At her residence Ill Hast 17th M 5 New NewYork Ne NeYork
York Dec 18 IMS Comelln C Joy widow of ofthe > l lthe
the Rev 1le Hem iteman < in Dyer DD DDFuneral 00Funeral
Funeral service at race Church troadnnr and and1Mb and10th
1Mb at on Tuesday Hoc a at 10 A il ilOnniSON MonnnsoAt
OnniSON onnnsoAt At llcwton Maw Dec U iifleorge UM UMieorge
ieorge H Morrison MorrisonFuneral MorrtsonFuneral
Funeral service at the Washington Squirt It 1 1cbumcb C CChurch
Church West 4th St east of Slim th ave W flork w wYork
York ork rlty Tuesday Fuct1a eventnr Dec M at atoclock s soclock
oclock oclockKAKEOn oclockFARron
KAKEOn Sunday mornIng Doc IWM nl lw lwWest i1est
West est S4lh St t Henry Peake In the Md year yra nf nfIlls f fJit
Ills Jit antFuneram ace aceFuntral
Funtral service at hi Iitn late residence Monday MondayDec Mondaynec
Dec 21 at A oclock oclockrARTIINGOn oclockrnntNoon
rARTIINGOn Friday nee 1 15 IBM Low LowStarrlne toil toilStarring
Starring beloved wife of Ore < F I A t Stsrrlnit StsrrlnitFuneral StalTtfliFuneral
Funeral services at the Church of th ths Incur Incurnation lorsrnation
nation Monday at 1039 oclock A M Infr Infrment lntrmont
mont private at Woodlawn Cemetery CemeteryPT CecicieritrlAt
trlAt PT At his hf residence Ill SI Inmr pi Prim Primlyn erstInn
lyn X V on Dec Iff IIKW suddenly of pnni pnnimonla nii niimonla
monla lnos V Tall In Ills lit 511i Hi year yearFuneral yearluaerai
Funeral services at the Church of ihrlnrarnaln1 ihrlnrarnaln1Gates tue lnsmEiifl lnsmEiiflGates
Gates av near Franklin on WrdnMday tur turJ
J at 1030 A M l Interment private privateCKFn inluaneCKER
CKFn On Dec 19 Sophie wife of Elllm ElllmTucker C CTucker <
Tucker aged 04 years yearsFuneral yearcFuneral
Funeral services at her late residence SI1 smi57th W WtiTlb
tiTlb st on Tuesday Drr 1e fl at in A U r rneral I Imiral
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lIlT n On Saturday Dec 19 m IBM at aU aUdence bl5lrncr
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