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4 4TIE TIE 1 SUN ATURDAY JANtTAtY 9 19 1904 0 ai 1 f
IAS ASiRS s MRS MORSE MORSEf CHEATED CHEATEDUWY CHEATEDZAWYFR
f jtAWYER UWY B STILl SAYS SAYS HER Dl Dlfy Dll DIvonci
fy YORCE l IfCE WAS ALL RIGHT RIGHTft RIGHTAadll RIGHTAd
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j Aid Aadll That He H Her 8fntid ted a Summon on Her Herr RefFtnt Uerflrt
r Ftnt FlntHiubandDodieSherVaj Hmballd BodeSho W u Home Homekeeper Ilonsekeeper
keeper kHpiad and Governess Gov for Morse Be Bei Up Before
i i fore ro She be e Married Mare Him n HlntContrdlotoui HlntContrdlotouiFete Contradictions Contradictionsi Cntndoton CntndotonFactI
i Fete thaC U b att came out o t yesterday yhrdycn yhrdycnng con conf conCrr1ng
f learning ng the th thannii1znent annulment anulent of the thE marriage mlg of ofMrs ofM ofMrs
Mrs M Clemence Cllmfnc Morse Mol to t Charles Crlf CharI W Morse Morseexpr Mor Moreexprident
expr ixprfldent xprident ident of the tbf American na ice 10 Company Companyand Compy Compyarcnomlng Companyand
and arcnomlng concerning thn legal 1181 proceedings pl lng In Inwhich InIcl n
2 t which Icl be was wa Involved Invlv with wlh herflrst herfrt husband husbandCharles hulnd hulndCalN husbandi
i Charles CalN E Dodge Pg disclosed di lol a situation situationcomplicated situationcomplioated ltuaton ltuatonemplOted
and marked markedby markedj
complicated emplOted in the extreme extrme mrked mrkedby
j by many my contradictions contradictionsThe
cntricton
The bA principal pnMl developments devlopmenll yesterday yesterdayhave y yesterdaybv tfra1 tfra1hv
have hv to do with Wlh the suit ult which whch Mm 11 Morse Morsej 1lore 1lorehMrlDodgebru Morsethen
j jhen then hMrlDodgebru Mrs Dodgerbrought ht in In18 18BS against againstih agalntIr agaIncher
ih Ir her r husband hulbnd for absolute a lute divorce dlvoreAt dlvoreAttt At Atr A
1 4 r that tt thttime timehe ime she wasengag asengagdas 1engagR dafl housekeeper housekeeperfor bou housekeeperforMr kelpr kelprf
for f forMr Mr M Morse Morfe and nd governess g fnl of his hi children childrenby chldrn chldrnb
t by b his hi first frt wife wfe She was Wa living lving in his hisbousn hlBho hshouelnthisity
bousn ho houelnthisity houelnthisityi in n this thi city Ity i iShe IShe
i She had ad for or some fom time tmf been hn separated separatedfrpm IPratE separatedE
E frpm tmg Podge who ho was the proprietor prpretr of ofthe ofth ofc
c the th Granite Grnit Hotelin Hotel in Atlanta Ga Mrs Mrsi 1rr 1rrIfJor MrsDodgefora
i Dodgefora Dodge IfJor for s while bl kept it boarding baring house housei 10le 10leinFQry housetnFortyflfth
i in Fortyfifth inFQry ft street streetWilliam f streetWflhJam t tWUUam
William A I Sweetser SWNtMr of 203 20 Broadway Broadwaywho Braway Brawayhi Broadwaywho
who hi in1MB In 1l8 19 was w an a Assistant Ai nt Corporation CorporationCounsel Crrion CrrionMr CorporationCounsel
Counsel was was Mr Mrs Dodges D dgel attorney at ney in the theca theca theMortimer
ca ca Mortimer Mortmer A Ruger a 1 friend frlnd of ofLawyer ofL ofLawver
Lawyer L r Sweetser SWlctr and also I employed oJlo It Itis Iti iti
is i i said N in i i the te Corporation Cormtion Counsels Cun l office officein
J in 1898 18 was 8 the lawyer who woe M supposed supposedto Upp
to t represent rplMnt Dodge Ddgf in his defence detlne and andwho andh andwho
who h did dd in i fact fat appear appar for him although althoughDodge althoughDdee althoughDodge
Dodge Ddee denied dlnlf later that he had ever re retamed r retaked
t tamed tio Ruger Ruger is il dead deadThe dea deadThe
The TedlTor divorce suit ui was brought brught before bfore the thelate thet
t t late itf Justice J ltlc Leslie rle Ruseell Rull who appointed appointedWilliam appinte appointedWilliam
William Wilm J Woods Wol of 27 William Wllam street etrt as asreferee Mrfe asreeIe
referee rfe reeIe Evidence EvdenC was Wa presented prRnto to show showthat Rhowthat showthat
that Dodge Dge had ba had improper imprpr relations rlaton with withwomen wltl withJ withwomen
J j women oln in New Orleans Dodge Ddge did not notappear notappr notappear
appear appr during the course coure of the action actionwhich aton atonil actionwhich
il which hich resulted rsulte in the granting grantng to t Mrs MrsDodge Mr MrsDodge
Dodge Ddge on Jan 27 1898 188 of a decree dere of di divorce dlTI divorce ¬
vorce vorceShe TI vorceShe
7 I 1 She then took tok apartments Aprtme in the Plaza PlazaHotel PlazaBetel
Hotel and lived lvE there ther until uti June 1001 lOlwhen when whenshe whenshe
t she ee was WIS married mrre to Morse MorseAccording MorseAccording Ior
According Acring to statements sttemen made maA yesterday yesterdaytha yeltray yeltraythl
the thl first trt knowledge knowlege Dodge Doge had that his hiswife hi hiwe hiswife
wife we had ha obtained obtlno a dlviorce dlviore from rrm him himwas hi himwas
was In October Ocobr 1603 103 He then applied appliedthrough appUe appliedthrough
through trough A H Hummel to Justice Justc Clarke Clarketo
to have bTe the tf decree de set aside on the ground groundthat groundtht groundthat
that tht no summons 6mon had been ben served rE on him himand hm hmad himand
and ad that thlt he knew nothing nothng whatever of the theaction theapon theaction
action actionSummons apon aponSumos actionSummons
Summons Sumos were wer issued isue for all al the lawyers lawyersthen lawyrl lawyerstbn
then tbn living who ho had appeared apprE in the divorce divorcecase dhor divorcecase
case mE and testimony teltioy was wa taken by ex exJustice exJUIUce exJustice
Justice JUIUce Ernest Eet Hall Hal who had been ben ap appointed appinto appointed
pointed pinto referee refereeThe rler refereeThe
r The Te decree d r vacating Tacatng the divorce divrc was wasgranted wasgranted
granted lant on the te ground grund that the te summons summonswas summonswas
was wil never personally pernaUy served Bne on the te de defendant delendant defendant ¬
fendant and therefore terfoe this ti court out had no nojurisdiction nojurisdiction
jurisdiction Juricton of the te defendant ddendat and ad the tht de defendant def dofendant ¬
fendant f nant never nfvr authorized autore or retained rttne Mor Mortimer Morti Mortimer ¬
timer ti r A Ruger or any other oter attorney attrey to toappear toppa toappear
appear ppa ror him hi or ordefend defend saidaction saidactionWith said d aton action actionWith W Wwih
With wih the te development of these teM facts fac in inthe Intbf inthe
the tbf case yesterday yetray the matter mtr concerning concerningth cncrig cncrigthtlumQ concerningsumme
th thtlumQ mimmqha summe for Dodge in the action acton for fordivorce forM fordivorce
M divorce dl orc seemed me to t be up to WilliamA WilliamASweetser Wiia WiUlamASweetser A ASweetsr
Sweetser Sweetsr As counsel ctl8t for the te plaintiff pllt he hewould hewould hewould
would of course UI have to see s to t the serving servingof Irlg Irlgf
of the
f te summons summonsMr summonsIlr summonsMr
Mr Sweetser Swetr was Wt in I his hi office ofo yesterday yestry
He asserted alrted strongly that in i spite Ite of what whatDodge whatDge whatDodge
Dodge Dge raid and regardless rgarlt8 of the finding findingon fndig fndigof findingof
of te the cur court Doge Dodge a sumons summons was served servedon
i on Dodge Doge and ad he was aware awar from trm the very
beginning bginig of the action for divorce divorceMr divor divorceMr ver
Mr Sweetser Swetler declared dlolar that tht he himself himselfserved hlleI himselfserved
I served the summons sumon on Dodge Doge on March Marchi Marh MarhIi
i Ii 21 1898 188 in i the Everett House HOU in this th city cityI citywith cty ctyt
t Dodge he sid said ha had core conle on to the city cityWIth I
l with a view of havin havinSweeteer havng having the summons ummon sered served servedk
wth
> Sweeteer 8wltser also a110 Mid that tht Dodge Doge was wa per perfeciy I
v feebly te ly willing wiing that tht his bl wife should get ge pr prte a adivorce adhol adivorce
divorce dhol and came here her to facilitate facltate the thematter thef thematter
f matter matterStreetsnr mater mater8wet8r matterSweetser
Streetsnr 8wet8r asserted 8red that he had the fleece neceaMry nec
evidence to show that the
Mry 8ldenc summons mimmonswait Ilmmonl summonsI
Ir served and that it would be
I wait sved b produced producedat prucd prucdBt
at the proper time tme He did not have this thisevidence thisfvdenc thisevidence
fvdenc evidence propr he said ld when the action to have havethe hve hvef havethe
f the divorce divorc decree decre set st aside was wa on in inOctober inOctober
f October OctoberSweetBcr Ocobr OcobrSweet8r OctoberSweetser
SweetBcr Sweet8r said fald that he had never seen seenDodge sen senDog seenDodge
Dodge Dog before btor he served Brfd the summons lumons but butf
f I 1 he was wa confident cnfdent the man mn whom he served servedwas Bred Bredwa servedwas
was wa Dodge DodgeA
A few days after aftr I served srved the he summons summonsaid fmmor summonssaid
aid Md Sweetser SWltr Lawyer Lwyer Mortimer lorimlr A ARuger ARu ABugr
Ruger Ru r filed tled on a answer purporting purrting to be befor befor
for Dodge Doge It was wal a I general denial denl of Mrs MrsDodges MrsDgs MrsDodges
Dodges Dgs accusations acultlon but butIt it was an unsworn unswornanswer unworn unwornlrwer unswornanswer
answer lrwer Dodge Doge did not sign it The law lawdid lawdid lawdid
did not make it necessary near that the defendant defendantshould defendantfhould defendantshould
fhould should do so soIt R soIt
It Is I too to bad that tht huger Rugr died dll two years yearsago Ylar yearsago
ago I know that everything everthing in the di dioron dlI dior
I ag oron or rO proceedings procing was wa legal Ilgnl and Ruger Rugerwould Rugr RugerS
S L thing would W WMr Ihave nave been bn able to explain every everything ever ¬
Mr Swwjtser Swotser said that he had heard hearda hlsrd hlsrdI
a I retort rPr that charges were wer to ho b preferred preferredagainst prferrd prferrdagafDt preferredagainst
against agafDt him hi before bfor the Bar Associations Associationscommittee Aociatons Aociatonscmlttt AssociationsS
S committee cmlttt on grievances grievancesI grevanc s sI
I court our a complete omplet investigation instgaton into nto the theentire thetntr theentire
entire matter said he heIf heI heIf
tntr mater
If I charges should be b bapreferred preferred prferd against againstSweetser againstSWtser againstI
I Sweetser SWtser before bfor the Bar Br Associations Associationscommittee Asmciatlonscommittee
1 committee cmittee they would be b referred rflrd in the theusual theIlal theusual
usual Ilal way to the Appellate Appllte Division of the theSupreme thoSuprme theSupreme
Supreme Suprme Court CourtSir CourtIr CourtMr
Sir Ir Hummel counsel counl for Dodge Doge In his hissuit hl hist
t If suit lult for forhe the annulment of the divorce dlvoro decree decreesaid decre decrei decreesaid
I i said yesterday 11stray that no further furher action aton would wouldbe wouldb wouldbe
be b taken by Dodge Doge now that Mrs Mr Dodge Dodgehad Doge Dogeha Dodgebad
had ha obtained an annulment of her mar marriage marrg marnags ¬
nags rg to Mr M Morse Ior Dodge Dogl ho said could couldDodge culd culdI couldit
I it be 6 so desir desired Jr proceed ea agaist against i1rs i1rsDodge r
Dodge Doge on the ground that she had lived livedunlawfully lved lvedunawfuly livedunlawfully
unlawfully unawfuly with Morse MorseMre Mor MorseMrs
Mrs Mr Dodge Dg will wi not it is i said sd be b able ableto ableto
to sue lue Dodge Ddge for divorce divore on the te grounds groundson grunds grundsQn
on which her former forer decree de was W8 obtained obtainedbecause obtaned obtanedbau obtainedbecause
because bau of the statute sttut of limitations Umltlon five fiveyears fve fveyea
5 years yea having havng expired explrf since the former formersuit formerMut formersuit
suit Mut This Til circumstance cirumtanc will wi of course courseprevent courseprvnt coursei
i prevent prvnt Mrs M Dodge Ddg from remarrying remarryingunless remarryingimless
unless a decree der can be b obtained obtaine remarryng remarryngunes on some someother someothr someother
unes other othr grounds groundsThere grunds grundsTer groundsb
b There Ter was considerable talk around aroundtho arund arundth aroundthe
the th County Court COlr House yesterday yeteray as to tothe tothe tothe
the way in which the information inforaton about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the annulment decree der and the other pro proceedings pr proS ¬
S ceedings celngB happened happee to get ge out It I was wa In Inadvertently InaverenU InS ¬
S advertently averenU asserted are that Justice Justce Ulegerich Ulegerichhas Oegerich
has ordered that the decree dere bo modelnublic modelnublicWhat madepubIicWhat
malublc malublcWhat
What orer Justice Olegerich Gegerch actually atualy did was wasto wast wasto
to t call up Deputy Deputy County Clerk Burrill Burri on onthe onf onS
f C S the telephone and ad express his hi Indignation Indignationthat Indignaton Indignatontbt
that his hi name should have been bn mentioned mentionedin mentone
in connection onnetlon with wth the Morse Mor case C in any anyway anyway
I way especially eplaly with wth reference rfernce to t the efforts effortsat elorB elorBat
I at t concealment oncelment Justice Justce GlegeHch Gegetch added addedthat aded adedthat addedthat
that ho could ould not understand undlrtand for what whatreason whatrn whatreason
reason rn an attempt atept should be b made mae to t en enshroud enehrud enI ¬
I shroud ehrud in i secrecy sry such papers as a orders ordersand ordersand
and decrees der which in their tlelr papr very nature naturewere natur natureS orer
1 S i were er public publc documents documentsImmediately docent ver
1 Immediately Im laly on receiving rcivng Justice JUt Oleger Gegr Gegrlc1 Giegerichs I IIchs
Ichs lc1 message Burrill Buri decided to place plac the thoCounty theIorse
mClag
I Morse de decrees In the equity uly desk and andpv andr
r pv gave orr orders tha that anyon any one seeking ekinl to Inpt Inptthem inspect
4 them shoul should b be prited permitted to do s so Justic Justice JusticeBlachoff
Bllhol Blachoff 81god signed the dr decree and sent It to the theCOlnty theCounty
County COlnty Clerk Clrks Clerks a office officeThe ofc officelbs
The decree dcr annulling aMullg Mrs Mr Dodges Dodg mar marthat mr mrr marriago
r riago ge to Mr Morl Morse siye that It appears
I that tat the said s8d marriage mrng between ben the IpP1US IpP1UStat plain plaintiff pli plaintiff ¬
tiff tu and the defendant defendnt was wa contracted ontratd In Ingood i Ingood
good co faith and ad in entire enUr reliance reli upon the theprevious theVdlty thevaBdity
Vdlty vaBdity of a dr decree of divr divorce ajudgd ajudgdprvou adjudged adjudgedprevious upn
previous prvou to said ld marriage marriageThere mig Ir4rriagoS
S There Tlre appeared in the Low lAI Journal Journalon Jovrnl Jovrnlon
on the calendar mtedar appr In I Special Spcil Term Ter Part Pr III IIIof lI lIof UIof
of the Supreme Court Cur last lst Monday Mondy a case caseentitled c casesDtitled
entitled fnlte Suprm More Mor vs V More 1Ior with Fursman Fm FursmanLittle
Little Utte it Schwartzkopf Shwrtzkopf as S counsel cln l for the theMore therlltl theplaintiff
rlltl plaintiff and W Jyn Lynn for the dttedant defendant
More Mr vs v More Momlhouldit should it is said eld nowhave now have
been btn Morse Mor vs 1 Morse MorseA Mor MorA
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r nur tr dr dnigtii iifcutt I win wD refund tuDd money mon If PAZO OfT I
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so s to present prent the facts factsabout f factsaIout cts ctsabut
about abut a business busines as to tobring tobrng tobring
bring brng REAL RAL MONEY MONEYto
to the Advertiser Adver AdvertiserI r
150 I 50 Fifth Fit Aveue AveueSohwel Avenue AvenueSoulhweil AvenueSouthwest
Southwest Sohwel Corner Cor Twentieth Twi Street StreetRACE Ste SteRACE StreetRACE
RACE WAR WARINEAST IN EAST NEW NE YORK YORKWHOLE YORKWBOII YORKWHOLE
WHOLE GENTILE FAMILY FIlIM HELD HELDO HELDON
O ON A I CHARGE CBARGEO OF RIOT RIOTNeighbor 110T 110TN ElIOTNeighbors
Neighbor N Ihbnrl flay flY ay the thf Jew Jf Are Crowding CrowdingThem codlns codlnsTem CrowdingThem
Them Tem ont and nd the Jew Je Say y They Tey Are ArePersecuted Ae AePrecttlArbUrlton ArePersecutedArbitratIon
Persecuted PrecttlArbUrlton PersecutedArbitratIon Arbitration Committees CommitteesFall CommluN CommluNFl CommttttFall
Fall Fl to Effect Efect Peace Prat Agreement AgreementA Alemrnt AlemrntA
A race rac war WI has been ben brewing for months monthsin
in East Et New York Louis Lu Rosuck Ruck a Jew Jewbought Jewbuht Jewbought
bought buht the house hou at 250 25 Snediker Sndiker avenue avenuesome anue8me avenuesome
some 8me months ago a and ever evr since sinc warlike warlikerelations rlk8 rlk8rlion rIike rIikerelations
relations rlion have h ha9 existed exi te between btwen him and andhis andbls andhis
his next nex door doo nelgbors nelgbor a German Gnn family familynamed faiy faiyne familynamed
named ne Drescher Dtcer The Te trouble trublculmlnt culminated culminatedon
on New Nlw Years Yere Day and ad yesterday y rdyte the com combatants combt3 cornbatanta ¬
batants bt3 went Wlnt to the Gates Gat avenue avnu police policecourt policecQurt
court Curt and the Magistrate Maglstratebeld held the entire entireDrencher ent entireDreecher
Drencher Dher family famiy on a charge chaga of riot riotThere rot rotThere riotThere
There have hve been hn no fatalities fatltle yet yet but the thewar thewr thawar
war wr has been b by no means menebloiee bloodies for forRosuck foruck forRosuck
Rosuck uck had h his hil nose nos broken brken on Now Years YearsDay Ylr YlrDay YearsDay
Day whereof wherr he has hA a bloodstained blotino hand handkerchief hand handkerchlor handkerchief ¬
kerchief as a evidence evdenc Moreover Morver the tle affair affairhas aair aairhas affaIrhas
has acquired acuir an air of importance imprtnc by the theattempt theatlmpt theattempt
attempt atlmpt of art ar enterprising enterrsig life le insurance insuranceagent insuranceagent
agent agt to bring brng bringabout about arbitration arbitrationTwo arbitrton arbitrtonTo arbitrationTwo
Two To peace pc committees cmtts one oneot of Jews Jewsthe Jewl Jewsthe
the other of Gentiles Gentle were wer organized orgaiz but butfailed butraie butfailed
failed raie to work Then the trouble tuble got into intothe intothe intothe
the courts cur On O New NewYer Years Day Daye so Rosuck Rosuckasserts R0uck R0uckBrU Rosuckasserts
BrU asserts one on of his hi Christian Chrtan tormentors tormentorswalked toentor tormentorswalked
walked lke up and ad down dow in front rrnt of Ot1 his B home homeand homeand homeand
and shouted IhoutE Now we will l have hav Russia Russiahere Rusl Russiahem
here W WI
hereI her
I used u d to live lve In a fashionable section Icton of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York Yorkw said eld Rosuok Rluek last l8t night but abutI butI
I had reverses rvl and purchased purh8ed this thi house houseat
at 250 21 Snediker Snedier avenue because bcus I thought thoughtit
it would be b quiet and pleasant pleant But we wohavent webavent wehavent
havent had anything anyhing but trouble since sincewe sincewe
we came cme out here hereBefore her hereBefore
Before Btor we came cme one of the Drescher Drescherfamily Dr Drescherfamily cher cherfamiy
family famiy next door told some eme one that they theywouldnt theywouldnt theywouldnt
wouldnt let Jews JeWI live 1 there thlr more mor than thanfour thanfour thanfour
four weeks weks One morning moring I was wa leaving leving the thehouse thebOlle thehouse
house bOlle and one of the Drenchers Dncher ran rn into int my myyard myyar myyard
yard yar and ad kicked klckpd me and spat spt in my eye eyeilie eyew eyewlle eyethe
the lle Dreschers Dlher and the Rosucks had so somuch 1 somuch
much trouble truble that in September Sptembr Magistrate MagistrateFurlong Mplstrte MplstrteFurlong MagistrateFurlong
Furlong in the thl Gates Oat8 avenue court cun put putthem putthe putthem
them the under heavy hlav bonds bnds to keep kep the thepeace thepace thepeace
peace On New Years Yers night nght however howeverall howeveral
all pace al Mrs Mr Drenchers DrAhers children chidrn and grand grandchildren grd grdchidrn grandchildren ¬
children chidrn came to celebrate celebrte and trouble troublebroke truble trublebrke troublebroke
broke brke out again againAbout agan aganAbut againAbout
About Abut half hl post Pt lit I lt W said l Romick ROck my mywife mywire mywife
wife was bathing bthing one of our sick babies babieswhen bble babieswhen
when a woman womn ran in and said eid that tbt two twomen twomen twomen
men had hd stolen my gate I went out and andabout ad adabut andabout
about and attacked attackedme
abut twenty twety men women atackE
me Among them the I recognized regize Ernest ErnestDrescher Eret EretDrecher ErnestDreecher
Drescher Drecher and John Knox one of Mrs M Dres Dreschers Dre Droschers
chers cher sonsinlaw My wife ran rn to help helpme helJ helpme
me and ad Mrs Mr Knox and Mr Drescher Drecher hid hidin hidin hidin
in my yard and hit my wife wfe and ad pulled pulledher pulledher
her hair hairI
I booked bke up against anst the comer cmer grocery grocerypolicemen gror grocerystore
Itor store ad and the crowd puhe pushed me thrugh through a aplat aplate
plat plate g1 glaM widow window Oe One 01 them bit Mrs MrsBre3ner 1
Der Bre3ner who OwB owns the store tr Fnany Finally two twoplcmln twopolicemen
policemen come ce along and ad took tk me home homoMembers homeMembr homeMembers
plcmln
Members Membr of the Drencher Dreaher family famy deni denied deniedalmost deniedalmost
almost alot everything everhg Hosuck Ruck said ed Only Oly one onething onethng onething
thing thng could cuid be b gathered gather for certain cr from fromboth trm trmboth fromboth
both parties prties and ad that tht was Wt that tt pretty prettynearly prtty prttynerly prettynearly
nearly nerly everybody everyboy in the neighborhood nelghbrho Jew Jewand Jewand Jewand
and Gentile Oe e was wa in i some smo way mixed me up in inthe inthe inthe
the New Years scrimmage scrimmageJ
J K I Scott St scmgf a friend Irend of the Drenchers Drencherssaid Drher DreecherssaId
said ld yesterday ytrdy that tt the difficulty difculty difilcultywas was wal deeper deeperthan depr deprthn deeperthan
than thn any mere mlr quarrel qurl between bten neighbors neighborsThe neighbr
The Te Jews are ar simply crowding crowdng us out of ofEast ofEt ofEast
East Et New York he said sid They are ar com coming cm cmIng corning ¬
ing to this country cunt in such numbers nubr from fromKishineff rromKshlnel fromKishineff
t
Kishineff Kshlnel that there ther Isnt Ilnt room rm for them themon themon themon
on the East Et Side of New York Then Ten they theygo theygo theygo
go to Brownsville Brownvle and that also alo gets geI too toocrowded toocrowded
crowded crowdeand and they try to settle Rtte further fuher out outIn outIn outIn
In East Eat 1New New lork ork Mrs Mr Drencher Drhlr has haslied h8 haslived
sixteen and andthe the Jews Jewsmake Jewsmake
lied here for lxtln years Jes Jesmake
1ld make It no f disagreeable dilgrable yr for people pple like lke her herthat herthat herthat
that they simply smply have hve to move moveWilliam movew movewWiim moveWilliam
William Wiim Webster Wehter of 61 II Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue Pennylvanla Pennylvanlaavenle
avenue an assistant Mitant superintendent luprintendent of the thePrudential thePrdental thePrudential
Prudential Prdental Insurance Inurc Company Compny got up uptwo uptwo uptwo
two peace peac conferences confernr some time tme ago agoA agoA agoA
A committee cmmite of Gentiles Oentie wan W8 organized organizedand orgnizd orgnizdand
and Webster Webter became bcome its is chairman chran A Acommittee Acommite AcommIttee
committee commite of locally loly prominent prminent Jews Je was wasalso wasalso a
also alo organized orgniz Everything Everhing would have havegone hve hvegone havecone
cone gone well wel wellWebster Webster Welter says far saysif if it had not been beenAccording bn bnror beenror
ror ROuck Rosuck who rfld refused to b be pifed pifedAorig pacified pacifiedAccording
According Aorig to tho police plc of the Liberty Libertyavenue Ubery Uberyavenue Libertyavenue
avenue station ftation there ther is no record rrd of two twopolicemen twoplcemen twopoliceman
policemen plcemen having taken takln Rosuck Rsck home on onthe ontho onthe
the night of Jan 1 1Rosuok IRluok 1Rosuok
Rosuok Rluok nlpht went wet to court our soon sn afterNew afterNewYears after nfterNowYears ew ewYers
Years Yers and hod hawarntal8Uo warrants Issued forthe ar arrest arret arrest ¬
rest ret of several members membr of the Drescher Drescherfamily Drlher Drlherramiy Dreecherfamily
family familyFIRERUG ramiy ramiyFIIE familyFIREIJUG
FIRERUG FIIE G AT 4 WORK WOIK I IN SCHOOL SCHOOLTwo SClOOL SClOOLTwo StIyJOL StIyJOLTwo
Two Fires Fl In Four Das DI In No o 108 In Eait EaitNew EaltNew Esitrew
New York Yorkfbi orkDo Dor Pupil PpU Suspected SuspectedTwo 8Dpot Nuap oted otedTwo
Two To suspicious 8upicioue fires fre that have occurred occurredwithin ocurr ocurrwith occurredwithin
within with four days day in i the basement bsement of Public PublicSchool Pblo PbloSchool PublicSchool
School 108 10 1O at Linwood Liwd street and nd Arling Arlington Alilg Alilgton Arlington ¬
ton avenue aveue East Est New Ne York Yorkhlve have caused causedFire cu causedFire i
Fire Fir Marshal lrhal Beers and the police plceot of the theLiberty theLibery theLiberty
Liberty Libery avenue aVnue station staton to begin an invest investigation invlt i igation ¬
gat gationThe gation gationThe in
The Te inTe first ft fire fre was Wi discovered dicvered on Tuesday Tue8daymorning Tuesdaymorning uesdymoring
morning moring shortly shorly after the session 8ion had hadbegun hd hdbg hadbegun
begun bg The second secnd started stredsonater soonafter the thenoon thenoon
noon recess rc yesterday yeteray The Te flames fme in both bothcases bth bthC4 bothcases
extinguished by the janitor janitorand janitoraid
cases C4 were wer exlighed janior janiorand
and the engineer of the tle school scho before htom any anyserious anyserious ny nyseroU
serious seroU damage daage had h been ben done doe or any ex excitement exctement excitement ¬
citement ctement had been ben caused caled among the 2200 2200pupils 2 2pupil 2200PUh
pupils pupilsThe
pupil PUh The first frt fire fr was wa between the steam steampipes steampipes steampipes
pipes in the basement baent and the flooring flooringabove foorng foorngabve flooringabove
above abve Paper Papr had ha been ben Jtule stuffed uuod into the thespace thespae thespace
space spae The fire fr yesterday eterday was wa started startedin 6tar
in the ventilating vcnUatng shaft shat where wher quantity aquantityof aquantty aquanttyof a quantityof
of paper and rags rs had ha been bn placed plae There Therehave 11ere 11erehave Therehave
have papr been bn three thre fires frs in flathouses fathoulsin in the theneighborhood Utenellhbrhood theneighborhood
neighborhood nellhbrhood which were plainly the work workof workof workof
of an incendiary incendiaryFire incediary incediaryFir
Fire Fir Marshal Marhal Beers Brs visited viited the school schooland schooland schooland
and questioned questoned many of the pupils pupil A Anumber Anumbr Anumber
number numbr of them together with several severalteachers severalteacher severalteachers
teachers teacher and Principal Lyman Lymn A Best Besthave Bst Bsthave Besthave
have been ben summoned to appear at the office officeof ofc officeof
of the Fire Fir Marshal Marhal tomorrow tomorw appar and some somesummoned eme emeo someof
o of the bOYI boys wl will b be questioned ulftoned closly closlyI closely closelyIt
I It WM Bd said lat last night that one of the bys byssummoned boys boyssummoned
summoned by the Fire Fir J ire Marshal Marhall Is suspected suspectedof
of having fired frd the school eh ol and suspcted suspctedof the three threeflat thr threefiat
flat fat houses housesBISHOP housesSBOP housesP15110
BISHOP SBOP POTTER LAID LAD UP UPInjured lPInjured UiInjured
Injured Kg May IIIY Keep Him Away From Fromthe Fromthe Fromthe
the Consecration Conleerton of HU 111 Coadjutor CoadjutorBishop COldJuor COldJuorBi8hop CoadjutorBishop
Bishop Potter will wi be b unable unble to attend attendthe atend atendthe attendthe
of the New York Clericus
the meeting metng next nextMonday net netMondy nextMonday
Monday Mondy evening eyenln because bus of the condition conditionof cnditon cnditonof
of his leg a tendon of which he injured injuredrecently Injurd Injurdrnty injuredrecently
recently rnty There Ter Is doubt about abut his being beingable bing bingable beingable
able to attend and take tke part pr in I the consecra consecration cn conscoration ¬
tion ton of tho Rev Rv Dr David H Greer Grer as a his hiscoadjutor biBcdjutor hiscoadjutor
coadjutor cdjutor on Jan 20 20The 28The 26The
The clericus clercs is an organization orgaiton of Epis Episcopal Episcpl Episcopal ¬
copal cpl clergymen clergen of the diocese dioe and it is isto Isto isto
to nave a 1 twentictn twentetn anniversary anniverr dinner dinnerat dinne
at the New York Athletic Athlota Club ClubIt ClubIt ClubIt
It was said eld yesterday yestrday that the Bishops Bishopsinjury Bishopsinjurywasnototaseriousnature
injury injurywasnototaseriousnature wasnotof was not of aserlousnature a Irloul nature It I is due dueto dueto dueto
Inur
to a strain caused muse by throwing thowing a handbag handbagon hndbg hndbgon
on top op of a hansom hnsm cab cb It is l the tA same eameleg ameeg sameIsg
leg eg that tha has a broken bone bM and that tt has hastroubled hl hastroubled
truble troubled the Bishop for some Imo time timeu tme
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I AGAINSTDIETRICH AGAINSTDIETRICHA AOMNS AG4iw7 DIEIOH DIEIOHU DIETiUlJH DIETiUlJHAll A
Alleged All U ledribeey dB Bribery Took T Tookof PtaeeBetwwniTlme PtaeeBetwwniTlmeof 1
of HU ni Election EeconadRTlt and seudlIla HU Taking the theOath te teOtI theothhithe
Oath OtI othhithe uiiihe e8nt Stnate SnateOthesInd1ctitt1 SnateOthesInd1ctitt1That Other lld Indtatmenu IndtatmenuThat
That Tt Grew Out O tott of ofth theCa c aieUi1tnhlId aieUi1tnhlIdOM4LaI eI > UmUied UmUiedOUAHA I IOMU
OUAHA OMU Neb Jan8Jud Ja Jan 8ud 8Judge e WllUsiyaa WllUsiyaaDevanter Wil WtlllL 1 fl an anDevanter
Devanter Dvntr In the teUnlteS United States t Circuit CircuitCourt CtU CircuIt CircuItCourt t tCurt
Court Curt this morninginstructed moring itrte IhVJury U eJu In Inthe 11 11the Inthe
the case c case eot of United Unit States St StatMSenatorCbarlea StatMSenatorCbarleaI Senator 8nar Charles CharlesH Carles CarlesH
H with to re return ¬
I Dietrich Dietch chaglth charged bribery bb t1 t4 t4turn
turn tur a verdict verict of not notguity guilty No witness witnesshad witnesshad
had ha been bn heard hea at at the trial t which whih began beganyesterday bgan bganyestry beganyesterthy
yesterday yesterdayThe yestry yestryTe yesterthyThe
The Te defence defenspang sprang a surprise aJlurtrY aJlurtrYaftron yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafteraoon
afternoon aftron when it objected objet to the th8 fatro fatrodiictlon Itr btioddctlon
diictlon ducton of 9t evidence evden tending tnlt to show that thatDietrich tat tatDietrloh thatDietrich
Dietrich was wa a Senator Sntrhn when the ie alleged allegedoffence allegedoffence
offence olenc occurred ou Dietrichs Dl tre Lricbs attorneys attrey took tookthe tk tkthe tookthe
the ground that inasmuch hal aa aahe the ehad had not notbeen netbeen
tat 1lmu nt ntbn
been bn sworn wor in i he was unot riot a Senator Bna r at atthat atthat atthat
that time timeIn timeIn
tme tmeIn
In delivering delvering the opinion of oft the he e court courttoday oir oiroay courttoday
today oay Judge dge Van Va Devanter vfer said saldThe l saidTheCourt l lTl
The Tl TheCourt Court Curt has hglvnacaf given givenoacareful as careful l and ex exhaustive cxhaustive X Xhaultve ¬
haustive haultve attention att nUon to t tho demurrer demurr asjlme asjlmewould atmo atmowufdprmit safllmewould
would wufdprmit permit and we have hav arrived arvE ata ataconclusion aa aaconclusi at a aconclusion
conclusion n in which whih we w are a both bth quite quiteagreed quitear quiteagreed
agreed ar This Tl defendant de d ndat is I charged cbarg with withreceiving withrivng ith ithreceIving
receiving rivng and andai agreeing to4 trlv receive while hl i a amember amembrotto amember
member membrotto of the United Unit States Sta s Senate Snat or a apart aPrt apart
part of the United States Congress valu valuable valuable ¬
Prt th Unle st Cngre vau vauable
able consideration cnideraton from frm one one Fisher for forprocuring forprour forprovurin
procuring prour provurin or aiding ad aidiugtoprocnef g to tlir6 procure for fO r him theappintment the theappointment theappointment
appointment appintment of postmaster PI tl at Hastings HastingsNeb Batl HastingsNeb
Neb Section Ston 178of 17oft the Revised Rv Statutes Statutesunder Sttut Statutesunder
under uder which whl huil this action aton Is I brought brughten con contains contJni ¬ i itM
tains two district and prohibi prohibitions probibitionit ¬
tM to dltft ad separate phlbl phlbltonl
tions tonl The Te first fnt praph paragraph sp under which whichthis wbi whichthis b bthis
this indictment iditment is brought brughtpre provides thatever that thatevery thatevery
every ever member membr of f Oongressofflceror Cs fcror agent agentof agnt agntot agentof
of the Government GvrzJt who wh commits cmmlt certain certainacts crn crnat certainacts
acts at shall IhaU be b guilty gity of a misdemeanor m ereaor and andprovides ad adprovdes andprovides
provides provdes for certain crn punishment pulhmen The Theother Te Teotber Theother
other paragraph prgraphpvlde paragraphprovidea provides that thate every ei mem member mem membr marnher ¬
her br of Congress Cotr officeror oferor agent antotthe antottheGvrment ofthe oftheGovernment of the theGovernment
Government Gvrment after aterhls his election eleton clb c shall shallbe shallho l
be bJ liable ble tothe t to th the penalty pnaty provided prvie for fqr the thecommission te tecommlon thecommission
commission ofsuch acts actsThe actiThe
commlon 0l8oh at
The Te poinion oDlion then th defines d fe the te difference dile differenceoi
01 meaning mlang between bete the te two paragraphs paragraphsand prph
and anl holds hol ls to the tle effect elet that tht a iunn man ma electedto electedtoCongress elet elected to toCng toCongress
Congress Cng does do not actually atuaUybmamem atuaUybmamembr becomeamem becomeamember ¬
her br of that body by until ut he hf has h qualified qualfe quallfledand quallfledandtaken and andtaken Bd Bdtaken
taken the oath oth atthe at the barof brof the houeoto houeotowhich h housetowhich ult
which he 111 has ha been bneleot elected electedJudge electedJudge
Judge Judg Van Deyanter Dvatrll Devantersa1d < satd that tat the te Court Courtwas Cout CoutWI Courtwas
was WI unable unblo to find fd a single ligle singleinstance vinstance nltc nor norhad norhad
had counsel cuel citedany ct4any cited 4 any instance itnc where her hermemb a amember amember
member memb of Congress Cng after aftr his hseletola election electionaad electionaadprior and andprior
prior to his hi qualification qulcton before bfor and the theadministration theadmnitrton theadministration
administration admnitrton pror of the te oathby oth oath by that tht body by
had ha enjoyed greaterprivileges grtr greater ptvlg privileges thn than any anyother ay ayoter anyother
enjoy of their election electionalthough electionalthough
other oter person oy by means menl othl eleton eletonalthough
although pron they often oren enjoyed enjoY much greater greaterInfluence grtr grtrIn greaterInfluence
Influence InfluenceThe In InfluenceThe uenc
The Te lost lat paragrapn pmgpnBithe saidtho Courtrefers Courtrefersto Crrtel
to t acts a which maybe my b committed comte bymem bymembers bYme bymeashers ¬
hers br of Congress CngrB Congresiuafterthoirqualiflcation after attr their qualification quUfcton or oracceptance QraCptnc oracceptance
teir
acceptance aCptnc of the duties of oftheir > thelr th lr offices officesft ofo officesContinuing
ft iT 1 1 said saidUnder l l lUnder
Contnuing Continuing he eld eldUnder
Under the law therefore thereis
thorfor thr i no nocrime nocrme nocrime
crime except eeept where wher Congress < has sode sodeclared so do dodared ¬
dared elar crme The Te Court Cour does do Cngha6de not make thelaw thelawor theJ the law lawor
or say ey what wht it should Ihould like lke to ohavltb me haveIt havoItbe havoItbeCongress be beCongress
CngM Congress makes the law lw and ad the courts courtsconstrue c courtsconstrue
construe Cstre it me Here Her Congress Cogrl has h said ed that thatmembers tht thtmembfof thatmembers
members membfof of that body by who takebribes tebribs shall shallbepunished shallbe ha
bepunished bepunishedJudge 1Jpunishew be punished
rudge Van VanDeantr Devanter after a r deliveringhis deliveringhisopinion delvrhls delvrhlsopinion delivering his hisopinion
opinion instructed Intructed the ie jury jur to bringTh brg bring in a averdict averict averdict
verdict verict of not guilty gul and and the District Dtrict Attor Attorney Atr AtrI Attorney ¬ I
ney I entered entr a nolle nlo in U the te other otercs othercaseasgalnat othercaseasgalnatMr cases against againstMr agait agaitMr
Mr Dietrich Dietrlcwho who wasreleased wtrleasdfrmcs from cus custody custody ¬ I
tody toyJ Jacob b Fisher I1er postmaster pstrtr at Hast Hastings Ht HtIn Heatins ¬
ins In Neb alsowas aJewaslbmt liberated a nolle nole hay havagalnst I haying i I
Ing bn seen entr entered beach oHhelndlctents oHhelndlctentsagaist ofthaindlctnents ofthaindlctnentsagainst
against agaist him himGen l lOen himUen
Gen Cowin gave g ve outa out a statement statment this thisafternoon ti thisafleriio
afternoon anlror afleriio ri explaining expling why wl technicalities technicalitieswere teclcltes teclclteswer
were wer taken len advantage adatge of after aler the testtemclt testtemcltof statement statementof
of the to defence derenc that tat a full ruland and unbiassed unbiassedtrial unbll uzIbluesedtrial
trial was wa wanted wat immediately Imeiately In Inlfet InlfetIt effect effectit
it Is that tlat owing to t the te fact f that tt the te Court Courtitself Cour Courtitself
itself Iel would woud insist isilt on an aadjudlcton adjudication of ofthe orthe ofthe
the question quelton whether wheteror whetheror or not Dietrich Dietrch was w a aUnited aUnited aUnited
United States Stte8 Senator nator during db rng the periodof periodoftime periO peribd ot ottme oftime
time tme covered cverd by the te alleged alege unlawful ulwJ acts actshe a actshe i
he decided that tt the demurrer demurr should MOu be beinterposed b beinterposed
interposed interos before brore the taking tains of the t testi testimony testImony testimony ¬
mony should begin bgln Gen Gn ion Cowln Gowi ex explained explined erplained ¬
plained plined that otherwise oterl the Court Cour at the theclose te teclos theclose
close clos of otte the case cot of the te prosecutionwould pr prosecutIonwouhihave ctoniwl
have raised rl > the point pint which would WQ ld have haveprecluded lve lveprclude haveprecluded
precluded prclude the to defence derenclir presenting ntn any anyevidence ay ayevldmo anyevidence
evidence evldmo in refutation refutationIfEW rfutaton rfutatonNEff refutationNEIr
IfEW PHASE PHUEOF OF POSTAL PO tAL SCAXDALSIxtuli tjC4DAL tjC4DALLut SCAXDALS SC4NDALSLouis
Louis Lut Sues Sue Payne Pyne DrUtow Brto and nd Three ThreeNe Tr ThreeYewspapees
Ne NelpPr Yewspapees papers for Defamation Dlmlton Iefamatlonofaiarsoter IefamatlonofaiarsoterWABnIWOT0N of orCotr Character CharacterWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WASHNGTON Jan 8 8Mchel 8MIchael Michael W Louis Louisformer Lu Louisformer
former rorer Superintendent Suprtndet of the te Division Divso of ofSupplies ofSu ofSupplies
Supplies Su ple of the Poet Po t Office Ofc Department Departmentagainst DPlt DPltagainst Departnentagainst
against whom serious rou charges chrl were wer made madein m madein
in the report reprt by Fourth Fourh Assistant AssistantPostmasterGeneral AssistantPostnrn8terGeneral itt ittPostmtrGneral
PostmasterGeneral PostmtrGneral Bristow Brtow today todayentered ty tyentrd todayentered
entered entrd suit against Postmaster PostmasterGeneral Postater PostaterGenerl PoetniasterGeneral
General Generl Payne Fourth Fourh Assistant Altant Post PostmasterGeneral PQt PQtmaterGe PostmuterGeneral ¬
masterGeneral materGe lrl Briatow Brtow Bristowand and the Washington WashingtonPif Wlhlnon WlhlnonP WashingtonPdst
Pif P t ascodefendantfl iu a codefendant for defamation defation of ofcharacter otcharer ofcharacter
character charer and an libel lbl He asks ak damages damge in intho intho inthe
tho of f I50JOOO 50000 Similar suits
sum 10 inlar have havebeenbegun hve hvebnbegunbyjlr havebeenbegunbyIr
beenbegun bnbegunbyjlr beenbegunbyIr by Mr Louis Lu againstthe ngalntth Wash Washington Wal WajIngton ¬
ington Sn Stlilnd and Washington Wahington Times TirKttMr Timr TimesMr
Mr r Louis Lou bases 0 his hi claim ca fordamages fordamagesupon tord fordarnagesupon ge
upn upon The lhepublclonotthe publication of the socalled sole Brie Bristow Br Brietow ¬
tow report repr on the scandals scanda in the Poet PoetOffice Pot PotOfc PostOffice
Office Ofc Department Dparmnt He H avers av r that byrMo by byreason byreason
reason rMo of the aspprelons MWrloncutupn cast upon Him lm in inGen InOm inCon
Gen Om Bristowsreport Brtowsr Brstowsrort pr and andbyb andby by his dismissal dismissalfrom dimial dimialfrom dismissalfrom
from hi hisposilidn iUdn n ho hi has h been bn damaged damagedto d dto
to the th amount prayed for rorln form in the complaint
Mr M Louiss Lllss pn counsel oue1 Henry Blnr COllt E E B Davis Davisseta Dde Ddeforh Davissets
seta forth forh In the complaint omplalnt cenipiaintthat tht that hlclent hlclentntwithtandlg hiscilent hiscilentnotwithstanding his client clientnotwithstanding
notwithstanding ntwithtandlg the charges charge brought broughtagainst broughtagainetblm
agln againetblm against t him hi of making makingfalse false fale statements tteetsm tteetsmreltin brus in inrelation inrelation
relation reltin to contracts cntrcs for forsupplies supplies supple of twine twineand tw1nand
and an copying op ng ink i has hs not nt been b indicted indictedatid idice indictedand
Bud that tt he seeks seks by byme means of the thoprt thoprtproceingt present presentproceedings presentproceedingstovlndlcato
proceedings proceingt proceedingstovlndlcato to < fvlndlote vindicate himself hsl in court courtTho courtThe
The Te suits suit against agapt the three thr newspapers newspapersare neWpa cur r
are ar based ba upon their having hvig given giVn wide widecirculatidn Wde Wdecl widechculatidn
circulatidn cl ulatdnt to upn the th alleged aegedefaarlt allegeddefaniatory defamatory state statements stteme ¬
ments me t8 by publishing publhlng either eiter fullor fuloropJou fuloropJouextrt copious copiousextracts copiousextracts
extracts extrt from the report of Fourth Fourl As Assistant As Asaistant ¬
sistant litant PostmasterGeneral POltatrGenerBrw POltatrGenerBrwThe rpr Briatow BriatowThe BristowThe
The Bristow Brstow report reprt accuses IUI Louis Lui of ofreckless ofrkle ofreckless
reckless rkle and ad extravagant extavagantw administra administration adxninisrotion dmlt ¬
tion tonor of his hi office omc as 8chlef aschlof chief of the to supply di division divllon divisIon ¬
vision vllon and of purchig purchasing unn unnsupplies unnsupplies
supplies supple at nan a an advance avanc over tho thoIng thelog unner
log Ingmarket market prices pricesTO prO pricesTO prva
TO APPEAL 4PPEoL THE DRJGGS CASE CASEConvicted C C45 SE SEConlotld E ECornieted
Convicted Conlotld Man Ia to Be Arraigned Aallnt for ror sen sentence ln lntence sn sntrace ¬
tence Next Tuesday TuesdayExCongressman TuesdayErCongressman T il ilExCongemn
ExCongressman ExCongemn Edmund mud H Drlggs Drlggswho1 Drigg liriggswho
who whowl was convicted cnvlco in Brooklyn Broky onThUrs onThUrsday onTUr onThUreday
day of accepting acceptinginoney for services
aoptlngmny money lrvc ran rendered rn rndered randared ¬
dered to the BrandtDent BrdtDnt company of
Watertbwn Watrtown WIs WI in securing ula compn a contract contractwith cntrct cntrctwih contractwith
with wih the Government Goverent for the purchase puhase of
21 250 cash cah registers rgite for use ue in the Post J08t Office OfficeDepartment Ofc OfficeDepartment
Department Doprment after aler he had ha been bn elected elete to toCongress t toCongress
Congress Congr will wl be arraigned arind before bfore Judge
Thomasin nlomin the United Unte States Stte District Ditrc Judg Court Cur
in Brooklyn rklyn next nxt Tuesday Tuesdy for ro sentence
At that time tie his counsel cunsel will wi move snto for fora foratay a astay astay
stay of of execution exeuton in order orer to appeal from fromthe fromthe
the Verdict and Judge Judg Thomason Toron appal Thurs Thursday fr ¬
Tun
day dy stated tate that tat he would wouldglvotleacud wouldglvotleacudIple give the accused accusedample aceusodample
ample Iple time tme in Inwblch which to t make mae his hl appeal appealUnited
United Unite States Stats District Attorney Attorey Youngs YoungsShould Youngsdo
do does not re fear rvrl reversal In the highe higher cut cutShould court courtShould
Should they win wnwhe he said ld yesterday yetry the thecose tboC thocase
case C would only come cme back bk for a new nwtr trial trialand trlajand
dance denc and ad what wht can they do against such evi evidence ev evidance ¬
Mlibap to ti a Stage Dancer DancerBelle Dncer DncerBll DancerBelle
Belle Bll Robinson Rblnn who was was dancing dacin an anIrish anIrh anIrish
Irish reel with Richard Carroll in
Irh rel Rchard Cal My Mynave MyLdy MyLady
Ldy Lady MolyW Molly at Day Dalys I Teat Theatre Jut night nigbtltuble nightstumbled
ltuble stumbled and would ould nave ha fallen f4Uenha had not notMr nt notMr
Mr Carroll CarU caught cught her As Al the t8 curtain curtaindescended cl curtaindescended
dende descended on the tlf first frt act at she was w still stillin stillin
in his bi arms AS She Seha had broken brken ae a 1 ligament ligamentIn Itl I
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nelrs hIr elrs and a d next of otln Wn of Mr Oilman GUm that thatshei8 tht ththiwllngtoexetrleof thatshLs
shei8 hiwllngtoexetrleof willingto executea executearel release ase of all al her herclaims herclin herclaim
claims for 140000in stock k of the Great GreatAtlantic Grat GratAtnicand GreatAtlantic
clin loin
Atlantic Atnicand and Pacific Pcfo Tea Company ComPy and andI and2dtxlO
20000 in cash cashThree wbtouottb cMhThreetourths
I Threetourths Three touottb ourths of theOilman th Gl Gllman heirs heir are ar in infaybr Infavroi infavor
favor favroi of accepting aeeeptinghlrs oPingl Mrs Halls Ba a compromise compromisebut
but the th remainder rmde re ia1nder are ar opposed opp to giving givingup givng givngup givingupinoro
up upinoro mow mor tnan130000 tnan130000The thn th n30000 n30000The IO
t The admlriistrotors amlatNtr Edward Ewar L Norton NortonandTheophilus Nortn Nortnaih80phUu Nortonand
aih80phUu and andTheophilus iheophil s Oilman GQmn are r in favor of ofgiving ofgivng ofgiving
givng giving Mrs MH MrsHafl Hallthe teIO the60000 tdp000 and ard they ap applied appUep appIiecl ¬
plied to Surrogate ugate Thomas TOm yesterday YOtray for forleave rorleve forleave
leave leve tp Accept IOpther io ept her offer oter The demur demurring demurrng demurring ¬
ring heirs helr were wer represented rprsnte by counsel counselwho cunsl cunslwho counselwho
who rng opposed the application appUctc and stated statedthafit sttl statedthfltit
thafit t tl oppo was W nota requestforleave ruet retucefor for leve leave to com compromise cm cmpromte cornpromise ¬
promise promte but butrlyforeve really reaiIyfor1e forleave ve to purchase purchaseAim P urhe
Aim l Hallflevidencefor Hl eldeno tor 160000 160000Their 10 60000Theiroouneel
Their Teir Theiroouneel counsel oounsl asserted are that Mrs r Hall Hal had haddemanded haddemd haddemanded
demanded demd < 120000 I2O only oly a month ago and andthat andtbat andthat
that she the was Wa beginning bgining to t recognize togl7 that thather tht thther thather
her claimswere lhr laitns we irere so lofil sofiimsy flimsythat y tht that she he would wouldmands would8n wouldsoon
soon accepttmuch pttmuchle lose than she he now de demnd demands
8n
mands mandsIf mnd
mndI If I the compromise cmpromie is sanctioned i qcte the estate estatewill ette ettewllopb estatewill
will soonbedtetributed sop bedinributed itnb t Otherwise Othete litiga litigation lURa lURatl litigation ¬
tion wllopb tl n over Q er it will wl probably prbbly continue cntiue for foryears foryr or oryehrs
years yearsHARD yehrs1141D <
yr yrBnDIIlT
HARD BnDIIlT FIGHT FOR FO1 ttLACKBVRX ttLACKBVRXOntpolnted I3LACKIJUI1VOuipiintedl 0CK U1 U1O
Ontpolnted O Ouipiintedl Jlnt by b Sam S l Helen Dltn but Decision Decisiona
a Br Draw DrawBALTIMORE DrawBALTIMOJIE
BALTIMORE Md Jon Ja 8 SJak 8Jack Jock Black Blockburnwho Blackbum Blackbum
burnwho bum who ho was 1 hailed haie the theplgi8tc pugilistic hero heroofPhiladelphia heroofPladlph heroofPbiladelphla
ofPhiladelphia ofPladlph o olngto lngto his hisabity hisability ability to give giveChampion gireCmpion giveChampion
Champion Cmpion Joe oq Jqe Cans Onl a hard har battle bte In the theQuaker theQukerGiy theQuaker
Quaker QukerGiy City several seml weeks wek ago ao tonight tonightreceived tonlgbtrlve tonightremi4red
received rlve quite qute quitoasetback asetback etb1k to t hlschampionshlp hlschampionshlpaspirationsby1 hschploIhlp hischampionslilpaapfriitiohsby
aspirationsby1 apl1tons by being bin clearly clerly beaten batD and andoutpbliatedby andoutplnt41byth6v andoutpolnt
outplnt41byth6v outpolnt outpbliatedby d bythe the veteran tran Sam Sm Eden Blen in a afifteen afifteen
fifteen ftn roundcontest round cntRt contest before bfor the Eureka EurekaAthletic EurekaAtletcClibofthls
Athletic AtletcClibofthls Athl ticCi Club bof of thin city cityThe cty cityThe
The T referee rifor called cale the bout a draw drawHis drawHi drawHis
His Hi decision delIon was wa hissed hiRd by the spectators spectatorsas spctator
as the t thcNdw New W X Yorker Yorkerhad rk r had clearly ol ole rlr the thl advantage advantageof adantageoUh advantageofthecent
of oUh ofthecent tlm contest cntst et from frm startto tartt finish fnilhwlth with the theexcoptlonipf theIxcpton theexcoptloiof
excoptlonipf Ixcpton f the second 8cnd round rund when whnrghtJhadfwlngto a arighthand arighthand
rghtJhadfwlngto righthand swingto fhe he jaw jwfond jawfloored floored Bolen BolenAfter Dlen DlenAfer BolenAfter
After Afer this thlste the veteran assumed lumed the aggres aggressive Iggrs IggrsIlve aggres8ive ¬
sive Ilve and had h Blackburn Blac burn guessing gleflng He Heclosed le lecIOthePhlelphlahs liecl
closed cIOthePhlelphlahs cl sed theJmladelphiahs left eye and took tookmatters tookmatr tookmatters
matters matr ea eY easy easyIt y yIt
It IWIanothrCeof wasanothercaee of youth yo th and strength strengthagainst stengh stenghagint strengthagainst
against agint experience skill fkl and knowledge knpwleaiof knowledgeof
of tho game exprenc and the latter laUerwimout won out Black Blacburn Blackbur Blackburn
burn bur had gmeand ha the advantage of height and andreach andreah andrCach
reach reah but byclever foot tot work and block blocking blok blokIng blocking ¬
ing Bolendrewtheyoungster Dle dwt youn ter In and then thenplayeda thenplyeargulr thenplayeda
playeda plyeargulr regular tattoo ttroon on the face fac and andseemed andboyTe andbody
boyTe body The PJadllphw Philadelphia boy at al all time times timesseemed
seemed slme completely conpllely puzzled puzzle by the action actionof acion acionof actionof
of his hi veteranadversaryand yet ranadvefarand and at the close closeofthebout dee deeof closeofthebout
ofthebout of the bout he ie e was wa much the worse wore for forwear forwear forwear
wear wearHARD wearBAID wearHARD
HARD BAID SAILING IXTHE 17 IN THE It 114 114Frl 1141 1141be AY AYlee
lee Field Frl miUlmnt Hindering Craft e and Pounding PoundlncThem PouodlnTemBrce Poundingi1iemflro
Them TemBrce i1iemflro Harce Sunk SunkIce SunkIc unk unkIce
Ice Ic made madeal a lot t of trouble truble for Ilr the mari mariners mariner man manners ¬
ners ner who h navigated navlgte the th North Norh and East Eastrivers Est Estrlven Eastrivets
rivers rlven yesterday yeeray River Rver craft rft which had hada hd hda
a chance chnc to back b up and buck when head headway iMd iMdwy headway ¬
way wy wits impeded Irp e managed lnge maria ged to get along alongfairly alongfairly alongfalriywell
fairly falriywell well wl but down dow the he baythe by the floating floatingice oatnr
ice 10 fields feld drugged dlggo craft c t from trm from their moor mooringsandstarted moorIng8 mooringiand ¬
ingsandstarted Ing8 ingiand and Rare started leaks lokf in someof Ileof them themThe themTe themThe
The Te ice made a lot lotot of tro trouble ble for the theFrench thoFchlner theFrezich
French Fchlner liner Lu wChampgneblch Champagne which was a to tohave tohlve tohave
have hlve sailed s1lo on Thursday Tluray So S much ice icowas ic icewaiipacked
w4pcke waiipacked was packed around arund her that barges brges laden ladenwith lden ldenwith ladenwith
with cargo ig and nndcal coal could ould not be drawn drawnalongside drown drownalongside drawnalongside
alongside without wlthmt much difficultyand dlfcitty and this thiscaused thisMUSOI thiscaused
caused MUSOI HO much muci delay that she didnt get getstarted getsarE getstarted
started sarE uqt 111 loclo oclock ocloekycoterday kYlterayarfmoon kYlterayarfmoonTe yesterday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe
The Te steerage mge passengers plul8nglr on the theRe Red Star Starliner StarInlr Starliner
liner Inlr Vaderland Yaderlndwere were late lae In getting to toEllis toEls toEllis
Ellis Els Island The To ice Ic prevented barges bargesfromjCpming orge bargesfrozncomIng
fromjCpming frmcmlng closeenoughto coseenoughto Pento transfer trnsfer the thepassengers theps8ler thepassengers
passengers andLanding and lnding LondingAgent Agent Moore More had hadto hadto hadto
to ps8ler wait until utile he could culd get two t 10 sidcwheel sidcwheelferryboatstotakethemoff sldewhel sldewhelferbs sIdeivheelferryboa
ferryboatstotakethemoff ferryboatstotakethemoffA ferryboa ± stotakethemoff stotakethemoffA to tke them gt of
ferbs A coalladen cal coallndenbarge lde barge brge sank nk in the theEst theEast East River Riveroff Rver Rverof Riveroff
off of the Wall Wa street el tter ferry and ferryboats ferryboatshad ferrbat ferrbathad ferryboatahad
had to swing sWilfar Tar wide ide to dodge d dge tho ob obstruction obstrcli obatmcflon ¬
struction strcli The Te barge brgewlth with another was wasin wuin wasin
in towofa towofn big llg tug which hleh went wer enonwith on with wi h her herdepletedfow herdepleefow herdpletedtow
depletedfow depleefow r rPROFIT fPROFlBI tPROFIT
PROFIT PROFlBI RY THE nO SXOWFALL SXOWFALLSaloonkreperr SNOWF4L SNOWF4LlloonkefPn SNOWF4 LI LISaloonkeepers
Saloonkeepers lloonkefPn May Ia Make Money DU DUcoDntlni DI Diieougtin
coDntlni c eougtin antlns tn Hnonr Shovellert 8ho Urn1cketl Urn1cketlA Tickets TicketsA
A number nlmbr of East Et Side Ide saloonkeepers saloonkeepersarei eloonkepr
arei a making rnakin more money speculating speulatng in insnow Ineno insnow
snow eno tickets tcket these days than thln comes into intothejr int intotheir
their tbeirpck9l pockstsover p ck9tsove oer the tbeor bur They buy the thetickets theIcketl thetickets
Icketl tickets issued bw d to the snow shovellers Ih veler and andIn andIn andin
In some m cases Wad advertisethe adyortise vortl th the fact f t by a big bigsign biglgnlu bigsign
sign lgnlu hung g In n frontof Iront frontdftheir fth their ir saloon saloonThe saloonThe loon loonTe
The Te snow snow anowahovellere shovellers shTle receive Fche 20 cents cent an anhouf anh anhd
houf h hd r r The saloon s loonk loonkdeper keeper per bu buys the ticket ticketfor80 tiket tikettorO ticketforio
for80 torO per pr entpf ntQtlsJ Its foc face i value and the theijhoveller theIhqvUer thehqveUer
IhqvUer ijhoveller gets g t only ll80forhls 118 1180 t for r his hi ten hours hourswork bourswork hourswork
work Often Oftn he spends apnd8 the 80 cents cnta over overthe overthe overthe
the bar b before bfor he leaves leavesOne leaves leavesOne leavesOne
One saloon loon on the East Et Side Sid the police policesay plee pleey policesay
say y takes tke in GOO G tickets tqket some Bme days daysThe day daysTheaaioon
The Te8n Theaaioon saloon men are ar not notthe the only ones oneswho onesho oneswho
who ho profit prft largely laraely by the snowfall snowtal Those Thosewho Tos Thosewho
who wh have nave teams to t cart snow sno are ar also alsocoining alB alsocoining
coining olnn money A teamster teater gets get two twotickets twotcket twotickets
tickets tcket worth worh 37 12 cents each eah for a one onehorse onehorke onehorks
horse load and three tr tickets tcket for every two twohorse twohrloa twohorseload
horse hrloa horseload load carted cate It I is l a poor teamster teamsterthat teamstertht teamsterthat
that tht cannot cart t two loads pr an a hour At Atthat Atthat Atthat
that that rate tenhours ten hours work brings brigs him S15 UsNOT 15 15XOT
NOT 01 MUCH iVVCl MORE ORE SNOW
10000 100 Yards atdl More 1lore Cleared cnnd Away Than Thanen ThnonTlnully Thanen
en onTlnully Thursday ThursdayTtye ThursdayThe
The 0 slight snowfall lorl yesterday yetery was W enough enoughtoadd enoughtoad enoughtoadd
toadd toad somewhat emewhat to the tle tliedifficultles difficulties dllcte of the theStreet th theStreet
Street Stt Cleaning Ceang Department eprment But in spite spiteof eplt spiteof
of that tht 150000 50 cubic cbla yards yarl of snow Inow were werecarted werecarted er
crf carted away or 10000 ioO cubic cblo yards more morethan mOr morethan
than thn on o the tbedav day before brorStrt Street ys Cleaning Ceaning
Commissioner CtmllBor Woodbury Wobu said Mi that every everyAbout everyavailable
avibl available J wan ad and certwaa < rt W4 big being employ employedAbout ever
About Aut 7800 7 men were r working orkgAt at snow snowremoval sow sowrm snowremovaL
removal rm vl In the three th boroughs brughs Manhattan MnhlUAn
Bkl Brooklyn BrooklynandTne andThe ndTle Brx BrxTe BronxThe Bronx BronxThe
The Te milder tnllderweatb weather r has h been b beena a great grt help
t to the t teDepartncTlc Department ldfretbfr t because bU the men her bav
bbleio beenableto been able io work woror more steadily ty tyt tesdflyv
v p S I Id
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I
COLOMBIiREALTY COLU COL RLTl REALTYF J EpiW EpiWFOUR FQRtS FQRtSJ FQRtSllJUl1 RLR RLRFOtJft
FOUR MLOCKS m FigrjalArxxvis FigrjalArxxvisTO FIFTHA VENUE VENUE2O
llJUl1 FltRiA rB I I
TO OBB BE DISPOSED DISOSD DISPOSEDO1 DISPOSEDO1d OF l lRon
d 4 4A 4sun
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Ron m From Fons4tth Iltt 41th t to list IIRbte irt Street streethyate AiNiBlred AiNiBlredby
by bte hyate ate Grant Grt to lrf4pfafi 18i 1s4WoflhMueh 1s4WoflhMuehIIre 1o Mueii MueiiMore
More Ttaa ja JeT jbe Ten MU Ml1isS Ml1isSdent IBM I Fred Freddent P
dent detBUe BaUer n tIWi Report ap vne ekned flrd For ForA ForA r rArpr
A Arpr report wa was current curnt yesterday that thatthe thatthe
the trustees trte of ofC01umbla Columbia t Uniyersltyhavo Uniyersltyhavodecided Uiiversttyhavedecided Nay lnlthvo lnlthvodeldedto
decided deldedto to sell leU the te four blficksibounded bI b nd by byFortyseventh byForyventh byFortyseventh
Fortyseventh Foryventh and Fiftyfirst Fltytrt streets tr and andFifth ad adFih andFifth
Fifth Fih and andlth Sixth avenues Jh 60Jo order toraise toraisefunds t r raise raisefuds le letnd
funds tnd with which hlc to t extenclthework etedtieOr extend thework of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te university univerity The property contains containsmore containsmore
dwellings dwellingsIt more nor than tha ian 350 5 5O houses hOIMr0tr mostly private privatedwellings pr privatedweftlngs ate atedweling
dweling It It Is l understood lnderto that tat the th block blockbounded blockboundedby bounded boundedby
by Fortyseventh Forsynt and ad Fortyeighth Forylht streets streeUand ltl streetsand
and ad Fifth Fit and ad Sit Sixth avenues aVfnuCw will U first frt be beoffered beolfefed
offered ofer for sale IleThls This Thiablockitls block blok it is estimated estimatedwillrealize esUmt estimatedwlllralize
willrealize wllalZ about abuOOt l000000t The Te land Id only onlyis onlyIs
is owned one by the te university universityA univeriy univeriyA
A prominent prminent Fifth Fift avenue avenu broker brker Is Isauthorityfor l lauthortylor IsauthorItyfor
authortylor authorityfor the statement ttmrt that Ult number anumberof a numbr numbrf numberof
of f hisclients hie 1ent who hold hol ground gr nd leases 1ea from fromthe frm frmte fromthe
the te university unlvri y have hve been bn approached a prhedwlth prhedwlthprpstns with withpropositions withpropositions
propositions prpstns to buy the te sites ltsopleby ltsoplebyteir occupied by bytheir bytheir
their teir houses houes President Plident Nicholas NfcolMury NfcolMuryButlr Murray MurrayButler MurrayButler
Butler Butlr and ad John McLean McLaN Nash treasurer treasurerof trarr trarrof
of Columbia Colubia both declined decie yesterday yeetrY to toconfirm t toconfirm
confirm nfr or denjrthe denyte report pl or ortdl to discuss discussit l
it in anyway anywayWhile ayway aywayWhl anywayWhile
While Whl it is said ld that tat all al four fou of the te blocks blocksare blocksar blocksaretobediaposod
are ar aretobediaposod to 0 be b disposed dlp of o ofltwouldseaxnthatthe ofltwouldseaxnthattheurgent it would woud seam that tt the theurgent te teurent
urgent urent needs nes of the te university univrity as esti estimated est estimated ¬
mated mat by President Psdent Butler ButO In his report rprt nepOttto nepOtttothe to tothe t
the te tntetfics t e last l8t October Otbeculd could be b met metwith metwt metwith
with the proceed oi a sate ofless than the thewhole thewhole
wt te prc lofle tate tatewhol
whole whol of t the t property prprt The eva value e of the thewhole te tehol thewhole
whole hol four lou blocks bloc is I not known Iown but it i t un undoubtedly undoubtb undoubWdy ¬
doubtedly exceeds the 10000000 asked ake for forin f forIn r rIn
doubtb ocs te 11000
in Dr Butlers
Dutere report reportThe rprt rprtTe reportThe
The Te property propry on which the university universityproposes ulTly ulTlyprp universityproposes
proposes prp to t realize ralz was a obtained obtaiE as a a agrant agrantfrom grant grantfrom gt gtfrm
from frm the th State St of New York in 1814 It Itwas I Itwas
was 8 then nearly four lou miles mie from frm the city cityand cityad cityand
and ad had h been bn laid li out years yar before blor aa 8 a abotanical abtnic abotanIcal
botanical btnic garden vby by Dr David Hosach Hosachfrom Hoc Ifosachfrom
from frm whom pen the t State Stat purchased purche it itThe itTe itThe
The Te sale sl of the Columbia Clubl College Ci ge lease leaseholds leae leaehole leaseholds
holds hole will wi have hv a roost mot important iprnt bearing bearingon bing bingon
on the future ftur of Fifth Fih avenue avue They TIY have havehitherto hve hvehithero havehith
hitherto hithero hith rtocatoed stood to aa a barrier brrto to tothe the north northward nor northward ¬
ward war encroachment enroaohent of ofbUine business Fifth Fifthavenue Firh Firhavnue Fifthavenue
street is al already alry already
avenue avnue below blow Fortyseventh Foryevcnth trt I ¬
ready ry a retail rtai shopping shopplngthorughar thoroughfare thoroughfarethe thorouhf are arethe
the transformation transforaton from frm a residence rldenc die district dl dietrict ¬
trict trlc having been bn particularly pariclary rapid rpid In n the thelast thewt thelast
last year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The distribution ditrlbuton of the leaseholds leaehold among amongseveral aong aongevera amongseveral
several evera hundred hundr owners owner can cn hardly hardy fail failto fal fallto
to result rult in many my of them falling llng into intospec intospecdative ntos ntosulatve spec speculative ¬
dative ulatve hands bad To insure inur a atalr fair prloe ric for forthem forthem forthem
them they wilt wi have to be b e sold without withoutrestriction witout witoutrtriclon withoutrestriction
rtriclon restriction as to their future futur use l0 In which whichcane whlohCe whiohcase
cane Ce the the avenue lots lot will wi no doubtsoon nodoubtson be bebuilt b bebuilt
built buit up with stores stor and ad the he street strt lots lotswith loU Iotawith
with wit upwlth apartment hotels hotelsing hotel hotelsThe
TedbtrlbuUon The distribution of the Fih Fifth aveuehol avennehold avenneholdtag
ing will wl thus thtl tht have hav a different difern effect efect on onneighboring onnelghbrlngprpry onneighboring
neighboring nelghbrlngprpry property from frm that thnolthe of ofthe the sale saleof lale laleof saleof
of the th old college cleg block bounded bune by byMion byMionnnd byMadison byMadisonand Madison Madisonnnd
nnd Park avenues avenuR and nd Fortyninth Fory nlnth and andFiftieth ad adFifieth andFiftieth
Fiftieth Fifieth streets which was wa sold in 1888 1888for 18 1898for
for 1800000 100 strtl6 This T L was wa pucha purchased by tho thoUniversity theUnlvri11 thoUniversity
University Unlvri11 Real Ral rotate F tate Company Cmpny among amongthe aong aongthe amongthe
the stockholders stobkolder of which were er Julian T TDavies TDavi 1 1Davies
Davies Davi George Grg W Young Frank Frnk Iulen J JOOUId JOOUIdEdmund Gould GouldEdmund Gu
Edmund Emund L Baylies Brles and Dr John S SWhlt White Whitehead Whitehead
head hea master mater or 0 the Berkeley Brkeley BerkeloyBcliool BerkeloyBclioolThe School SchoolThe Shol Sholhe
The he greater getr part prt of the block bl kwL was resold resoldto 1ld 1ldto
to builders buider of private houses hou These Te were werefinished wer werefinished
finished fnlioed at a time when high highwere grade dwelng dwelUngs dwelUngswere
were wer in exceptional excptonal demand demnd gao owing to t the theInflux theInfux theinflux
Influx Infux o or o1 men of wealth welth to t New ew York and andfound Bd Bdround andfound
sale One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
found a aready ready rady fale at high prices prO On
the old college leg buildings buidings wasoccupied wa was occupied Uled for forseveral forReveral forseveral
several J Jthe YMr years by the BrkeleShol BerkeleySchool With Withthe Withthe
the removal rmo1 of the school shol < this tl property propertyalso proprty proprtyp8d propertyalso
also passed p8d into the hands hads of operators oprators for formprovement rormproement formprosoment
mprovement mprovementFVXD mproementFU1 mprosomentFUXI
FVXD FU1 TO LUKE LUIE GIRLS GllS AWAY AWAYMrs AWAY AWAYIn AWAYMrs
Mrs In Whlttemore Witemore Hears Iran of orSOO UOOOOO UOOOOOnatsed 100000Raised
Raised Ratstl by ly b St LouU Lou Dlrekeepert DlrekeepertAt Dnkepe DnkepeAt Dlv ekeepers ekeepersAt
At a mission millon meeting motng in the Lafayette LafayetteAvenue Layett LafayetteAvenue
Avenue AVlnuePrfbyerian Presbyterian Church Curh in Brooklyn Brooklynon Brkj
on Thursday Ttulday afternoon aflmon Mrs Mr E M M1tt Whitte Whittemore Whittemore
more founder of the Door Dor of Hope H p missions missionsin mllen
in this thll and other oter cities cItes of the United Unite States StatesCanada Stt StatesCanada
Canada Cnda and ad Europe Eup made the th8ttmnt th8ttmntthat statement statementthat statementthat
that a fund of 1100000 1100 had bd been bn raised rl for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose puCe of procuring prourng girla glbtenthe glbtentheag girlsbetween between the theages theages
ages ag of 12 and 20 2 for disorderly dllorery hou houses in inSt InSt inSt
St Louis Lus during durng the exhibition exhibitionA exhibton exhibtonA
A SUM man found Mrs Mr Whlttemore Whittemr at the theDoor theDr theDoor
Door Dr of Hope Hop 313 West Wet Fiftythird Firi th1 street streetlost srt srtlat streetlast
lost lat night and asked l e her to tell tel something somethingmore methig methigmore
more about abut thin thll fund rud She Shoeld ShoeldMy Shosatd ShosatdMy said saidMy
My Information Inforation is l that thtsonepre thtsoneprecncr saloonkeepers saloonkeepersconcert ealoonkeeperaconcert
concert cncr hall hal proprietors prprietor and the keepers keepersof kepr keprot
of houses houe of Ill I fame in i St Louis Lui have hve sub subscribed subscribed b brb ¬
scribed to a fund which shall be b used to topay topy topay
rb sh1 us
pay agents egentato ltnts to t lure lur iureto to that city cty girls girl ranging rngig rngigI
I b py nice alo aae from fr m 12 to 20 20Two 2 20Two
Two To months month ago according to my in information Inforaton Information ¬
accorg
formation foraton the fund had h reached rached 1100 100000 100000and 100000and
and the subscriptions SUblcrptonB were wer still stl coming con ng in inWhat InWht inWhat
What knowing Wht It now amounts to I have hve I ITho no means mean of ofknowing ofknowing ofknowing
Tho source 80uro of my information Inr rmaton is us the thoRev U theRev e eRe
Rev Re Mr Jr War Ward who is f at atthe the head he of the theSunshine theSunshin theSunshine
Sunshine Sunshin Mission lilon at Cedar Clar Rapids Ja JaTwo la1wo IsTwo
Two months ago he announced in a it paper paperof paperof
announcl
of 1wo which whch ho alo in the editor eior that this thi 0 ppr pprof work workhad workhad ork orkhad
had begun bgun and that he knew the details detailsof detai
of it
itHe He warned parents prntsthroughoutheSfate prntsthroughoutheSfateof throughout t the State Stateof Stateof
of Iowa to keep kep close doe guard gtover over their theirdaughters theirdaughter theirdaughters
daughters daughter until uti after aler the closing cJOlng of the theexposition theexpiton theexposition
exposition I know Mr Ward War very ver well wellowing wel wellowing
owing expiton owlIg to the fact tac that I established etablihed a Door DoorI Doorof Doorof
of Hop ifope in CBr Cedar EapkIs pld Ime some tmo time ago agoI
I know him to be b a man mn who would not nothave nothave nothave
have made such uch a statement sttment unless ulCs he heknew heknew lieknew
knew what wh mae he was w talking alklngabut about aboutSHIP aboutSHIP W WSHIP
SHIP CAXAL CUoL THROUGH TI1ROUGHDELoW DELAWARE DELAWAREWllmlnflon DELAWAREWilmington AiE AiEWlmnlton
Wilmington Wlmnlton Board Boad of Trade Trde Meeting etnl Held Heldto HeldtG Heldto
to Promote Pomote the te Plan PlanWILMINGTON PlanWILMINOTON la laWIMINGTON
WILMINGTON WIMINGTON Del Dl Jan 8 Sohe 8The The Board B of ofTrade ofTde ofTrade
Trade Tde gave a dinner this evening to promote promotethe prmte prmtetho promotetbe
the proposition propsiton to have a alhlp ship canal cnl cut cutthrough cutthrough t tthrougb
through Delaware Dlware by wld widening rHng the exist existIng existIng j
ing canal cnat Several Sveral United Unied States Sttes Senators Senatorsand Sntol Sntoland Senatorsand
and Representatives Rprlsenttvee were present presentJudge preBnt preBntJudge presentJudge
Judge George Gerge Gray prside presided and the therat theft theset
rat ft speeches sphs were on the various phases phasesof phs
of a ship Ihip canal cnl The Te speakers were ex exUnited exUnited oxUnited
United States tt Senator Sentor Anthony Higgins HlgglnsCharles Higgi HigginsCharles
Charles Emory Eory Smith of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaBlanchard Philelphia PhilelphiaBln PhiladelphiaBlanChard
Bln Blanchard htd Randall Rndal of Baltimore Baltmore and Alfred Alr
0 Cror of this city About 500 lprsns lprsnswert persons personswere personawere
wert were present presentWIRETAPPERS presnt presntWIRErPPlnS presentWIRET41PEIZS
WIRETAPPERS GOT HIS IlS 91600 91600Ructbadoftwlndled 160 160RueboIwlndled 1600Rucibudo
RueboIwlndled Rucibudo Ructbadoftwlndled wiudled by the Old Od Story of ofAdvance orAdUe ofAdvance
Advance AdUe Race Returns netnrmGeorge Reton RetonGeorge ReturnsGeorge
George B Watson Watsn who said eld he was wa a aclerk aclerk
clerk cerk Hiring UrI at the Rossmore Rmor was arrested arrestedyesterday arted artedyestr1 arrestedyesterday
yestr1 yesterday afternoon atrnon on the complaint cmplint of ofFausto ofFausto ofFausto
Fausto Rucabado a cigar manufacturer mnufacturr of
103 10 Water Watrsrt Waterstreet Rucqdo street and locked loke up upIn in the te West WestFortyseventh We WeFortysventh WestFortyseventh
Fortysventh Fortyseventh street strt station stationRucabado stto stationRucabado
Rucabado Rucbdo told the police polc that tt Watn Watnrpr Watson Watsonrepresented Watsonrepresented
rpr represented ented himself hlselt as the manager mner of the theWestern theWeatrUnlonIrclng theWestern
Western WeatrUnlonIrclng Unions racing department deprtent and andaided andaided andaided
aided by bytwo two other men had hd swindled swindle him himout himout himout
out of SIe 1600 by the familiar tamilr wiretapping wiretappinggame wirtppin
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In the th insane 1n pavilion pa vlon at that hospital hOpltwt hOpltwtnight last lastnight lastnight
night He Io was taken there ther on Monday Mondy
from a furnished furnl be room rom at 331 31 West
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had ha wrecked wced his bl room rom and a policeman policemanwas polcm
was ca11 called d In InHe InHe inHe
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into ioop operation l jlf next Monday MondayThe Hn t I
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of f opening lng the tted departments dep ptm tinente tsu Iseoclock lsO oo lock o kil in inthe inthemorning
the themorning op rooming mring Clerks Cerke have havIberf haveheretofdre heretofore re how howeverbad ho hor bowevurhad
everbad r b half hl an ailhourforjunchandthishalf ailhourforjunchandthishalfhourhaabeentaken Iiourfor ur f r lunch j and this thLJalf thLJalfhour half halfhour
hour hourhaabeentaken has h he been takchdutof taken cietofthe utorhe the Governments Governmentstime Gvermerte Gvermertetbe Governmentsthiie
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on this point hasbeen has ben made 1
MAYOR I OR REVIEWS RlIEJCfI REVIEWST1E THE TWELFTH TWELFTHAnd
And irS6rryHe l WSrryHeDoNnt r > I > oNnt HaveNew iaveNewArmo iaveNewArmorita Armo Armorlet
rita rlf to toOhe Give Away Awa AwayTheyd ln1JdGf Theyd Get One OneMayor OneM OneMay
Mayor M May y r George B McCleljanreviewed Mcelln lellnrviewed rvewe the theTwelfth theTelh theTwelfthReglnn
Twelfth Telh TwelfthReglnn Regiment Rgiment Corg nt at itsarmory Its arior arrqory Columbus Columbusavenue Columbu Columbusayenue
avenue avnu apd a d Sixtysecond street Itn 11tnlght 11tnlghte last lAstnlght lAstnlghtThe night nightThe
The e regiment rgiment was M jn In Its is usual 18UI almost almostRegulararmy almot almotRgl almostRegulararmy
Regulararmy Rgl army form ror Nobody hardly could couldhave couldhave
have hav told toldth toldthat that it Itwapt wasnt Nobqyhnlycul Nobqyhnlyculhav as a good i as a a real realRegular reallteular
Regular I gur array ary regiment regimentThe rgiment rgimentTh regimentThe
The Th Mayor entered enter the hall esoorted esoortedby esecrtedby
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by Cpl Col George Gerge R R Dyer With the Mayor Mayorwere Mav Mayorwere r rcre
were cre President Prldlmt Fornes ome of the Aldermen AldermenBridge Aldlren AldlrenBrdgeCmmioner AldermenBrldgeComnnissioner
Bridge BrdgeCmmioner BrldgeComnnissioner Commissioner BestWarden BtWai Hagan Haganof Iagan Iaganof
of the Tombs Tomb and ad a number numbr of other othlrmem othlrmembm mom members momber ¬
bers bm ber of the new administration adminitrtion The Thedress Te Tedr Thedress
dress dr parade began Immediately
sprde ImmEiately
It was wa commented bgn upon by those thO presentthat present presentthat prnt I Ithat
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that the Mayor ayor was 8 every erbit bit as well Wl drilled drilledin dried I IIn
in the theeUquteofatnglhed etiquette of n tttetingushed guest guestand guelt gueltand guestand
and reviewing rviewig officer om r as though he had hadattended ha hadattended
attended nd such slch functions r ons every week wek of his hisMtrte hislife
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1110 1110After fl
After Mtrte the review rvlw the Mayor MayormetteOI met the offi officers officars ¬
cars cr of the to regiment rient in iil their telrrom room Col ColDyer Cl ClDyer CclDyer
Dyer in it the name le of theregiment tberlment the regiment pledged pledgedto p1ege
to t the te Maypr and adth the city dtytbo tyteIOY tyteIOYt the loyalty of oftie ofthe
tie t regiment imen and nd said sId that that1t Its enthusiasm enthusiasmfor en enthusiasmfor
for him hi and for the te city cJt was wasonly Mony only limited limitedby 11lt limitedby
by the dimensions dim niol nsioqs of the e armory ar TheTelftK The TheTwelfth e eT1ellh
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Twelfth armory T1ellh amory has been bnmururinfor beenmurmurlngfor murmuring for a larger largerarmory lre largerarmory
The Te1Jayor Mayor replied repliedAs reple
As Af I was walking walklnl actons aCross c the armory floor floortonlahtMr Dor DortnllhtMr floortonfghtdr
tonlahtMr tnllhtMr Korncs Forncaflod called myatlrntlon mVAentonto to a apuddle apUddlo apuddle
puddle In the middle of the tohal hall caused 4USO by a aMakin aIa aI I
Ia I Makin akin In the 1ie roof ror mldde and said MrMayor Mr Mayor tbatpro that thatproves thatproves
pro proves that that am anr right when 1 1 said saldthat that the theTwelfth thf theTwelfth
Twelfth TwellhRelltnt Lauirbteri Regiment Armory Armor needs ne repairing repairingLauirbteri rpalrln r W WlulblerJ
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Nothing Notmi wonld ple pleaOmebttrtba please e me better than to tohave tohave tohave
have the armory of this regiment doubled doubledrcbledrwrithout doublP doubledtrebledwithout
rcbledrwrithout trrblf wltboutexpne expense regment to the city ct But Butl ButI
I a l largo Iri part pat of l my duty Id li to tOle see se that thatM thattho the citys citysFor ctya ctyafxpendltures city cityexpenditures
limits fxpendltures expenditures are kePt within lbtn ecnomicl ecnomicllmIte economical economicallimits
s sFor
lmIte lmIteFor For For the last lst elghtor elght r nine years it Itiw has ben benmy been beenmy een eenmy
my privilege prITleJ to have hve some lome yer share bf inleaula inleaulaof Inlelll inZegislatlon
tlon for tbelmprovement 01 theeondltlon theeondltlonofthe the conOitlon conOitlonof
of ton ofthe the National Guard Guad The Thereult result ofthose ofthosesocalled 0thOS6elor otthoeeefforts
elor efforts t to aCrtalnlxentembdleHithe aCrtalnlxentembdleHitheealed accrtain extentembodledin the thesocalled
socalled ealed DickMllltla lckMlta law lawThat lawThtlawsuch lawThat
That Thtlawsuch law such as it It Is 1 was passea pu paaed on repre representations rr rspresentatio ¬
sentations IntaUon sentatio as a to t the pitiable pltail state stat of the muitla muitlaregiments mUUa mUUaretmeltof muitiaregimepta
regiments retmeltof of the th nation ntion Ixcan Ical I can only ou18a7 ou18a7that say saythat saythat
that it 118 itis is extremely extromelyIGrunat fortunate fertunatefor for the law that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the men menwhowef xnenwho who were Induced Induc torote tovbt to vbte for It never neverhad neverhld neverhad
had hld an opportunity of seeingtb seeing hi tbf tb Twelfth TwelfthRegiment TeIh TeIhR TwelfthEPgIment
Regiment R llmtnt oPprtuniy or the National Natonal Guard Ouar otNow otNfwYorJ of hewYork hewYorkTheproceedlnguuendedwith Tork TorkThe
The Theproceedlnguuendedwith proceedings ended with ith a grand march marchand marchpnii
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and ball 01 roil in which ele the officersof ofcrof a gad the rh rhId regi regiment redmert regimeat ¬
Id meat mert who whot arenearly are r nwlyall nearly all men men > of 0felh 0felhwe ofwealth ofwealthbeariIg wealth wealthbearing
bearing well we I knownnames knowlfname tookpart tkprt took part with withthe wth wthth withthe
the th hardest hUestworking working ofthe ortheprh oftheprlvates oftheprlvatesSENT privates privatesSENT u uS
SENT S To A SANDWiCH SoNDWCB LETTER LETTERPrisoner LETER LETERP LETTERP
P P Prisoner iner nrr Never dot Gt Ot the theNot > Note bat Copt CoptCanfht Cp CopsCaught U UA
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Anote A note carefully crruuycpc t placed between lehre two twoslices t tlc toslices
slices lc of bread brdldlntdonlylotf and andiitended ntended only for the theperusal thepenisal
perusal pr l of William W WMiamfluins20yesiaold lmBurs21hod Burns 30yearsold of233 of233State ofl ofl8tt of283St
State 8tt St tOtheetyeho iltwh 8tr etwhp was w1 waslockedup lockedup eup in I Intho the te Adams Adamsstreet Ad Adamsstreet
street stt station tto Brooklyn Bokly onthe on te the charge chg of ofgrand ofgd ofgrand
grand gd grand larceny 1ny led le e4 t to totho the arrest at armstoftbreeot of or three th of his hispals h hispaIe
pals pl They Theywill e Wlu will liavoa IiaeahearIngbefore aheribfqr hearing before Magis Magistrate M Magistrate ¬
trate tt Dooley Doley oh otTesy Tuesday next AfterBurns AfterBurnshad Aftr AfterBUrnahadbeen B a ah
had h hadbeen been b locked loe uplateon upJton upiateonThursdaynIght upiateonThursdaynIghteinrgod Thuradayjnlght Thuradayjnlghtcharged Tuynlglt TuynlgltcJrgowith
charged with stealing ste steallngsevenpalre lng sevenjipirs sv wl of oltii ftrotiaez ftrotiaeziromthe trousers trousersirom
nom iromthe cJrgowith ithe hetlOr tailor tai10rsopof shop 8 Op of Max M MaxEisen Elsen Fnor FnorAtlntc of377 of377Atlantic of77Atlantic
Atlantic Atlntc avenue avenue a waiter walAr from frpa a nearby nearbyrestaurant nerby nerbyrturnt nearbyrestaurant
restaurant rturnt arrived are at the tle station stt hpusa hpusawith hOl3 hOl3Wth housswith
with Wth a tray tycitlng containing a hott h beefsteak tbeefsteaksome 1br 1brfr beefsteaksome
some fr potatoes pttoacp a cup ofhot ob ofbotcoffee tcfeadto tcfeadtolc coffeearid actItwo actItwoshines two twoslices
slices lc of bread brwhlth which whi h had hatheappo theappearance theappearanceof the appearance appearanceof
of a sandwich Idwlch The waiter Wtr waitersaid said the te ml mlwu meaLwas meal mealwas
was for Wilm William Burns Burs Doorman Still Stillman St Stillman
man mn lifted lft the top tp slice slc sli of ofbread bread brd Pr and adfoud adfoudte andfound andfoundthe found foundthe
the te note not This TiW was as wfollowa wfollowaFRIEND follows followsFRIEVD folo foloFJIE
FRIEND FJIE D BILL BfLLetuakno BnLLet Let us utknow know if 1 tthey they got ct you youright yOUright youright
right The 1he other was W81 no n good < id Tie Te TbeJew Jew
dont want ant to torap rap but butthe the 8o Bull Bulli urn a 8oil gob gobto irnlnir I ISo
to tr try andmake anclmake raprbuttheBul h fm We Iwhlt raw hixnt ni niand
and he a78 sayehe he will il squar square lor forthirty > thly nlib bi b bSo
So t the Bunch are going Ilnw towork tonight tonightT tonl8bt tonl8btT
T TJP TJPCapt J JP JPCapt P PCapt
Capt Harkins Irksad and Sergt S McCarthy McCarthyread Mccarthyread y yrd
read rd the tlO note not and andteIirte then thenreferred referredit Jt It to t the thedetectives thedettvl thedetectives
detectives dettvl As A the men In were wr going goJrgolt goJrgolton out outon outon
on poet pt at midnight mdight Capt Cpt Harklns Hks told toldthem toldtem toldthem
them that Tom Preston P Pr tonana ton and others of the thepangwere thegang
pangwere gang gang wer were goingto golg going tol to commit cmit oter a burglary burglr burglaryNghway orle orlegang
highway hghwayrbbf robbery or some ete other crimeand crimeandthat crmead crmeadtht crlmeand crlmeandthat
that tht they tley must bet bl apprehended apphende Later LaterThomasJ Ltr LtrTomJ LaterThomas
Thomas TomJ J Preston Prton JO years old of 14 14Do 1 1Prpt 14Proe
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20 2 years yor old of of7 737 Liberty Iiy avenue were werearrested wer werearrested
arrested arse on o suspicion slptcorand and aidldcked locked Ide aveue up in i lathe latheAdams the theAdams theAdam
Adams Adam street elation ttonYetry Yesterday Max MaxElsenandhia Mx MxEnandiwi MaxE1senand
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Elsenandhia Enandiwi E1senand hiawife wife identified ldentfethe the three thr men menas menI menas
as I having hvng been bn in i Burnss Buss company compywhe when whenthe
the with te tailor taior grand was wlrbb wasrobbed larceny larcny robbed All Ahter Werecharged Werechargedwith vterechargedwith chae
wlhgnd
PrestonlwhowroleUie Prton1whowrwte Prestontwhotwrotethenototo note noteto to Burns Burnssaid Burnssaid
said ld that tattwasimpir itwassimply police persecution
plc
Last Itwek week Preston Pta was on trtaKsin tr trials prt in the thecounty theoutf thecounty
county outf cdurt curohrgewit c urtchargedwith charged with highway highwy robbery r bbr
The Te Jury j disagreed dgaid and he was released rlel on onparole onpr1pndianw onpaioe
parole pr1pndianw pendinganew trial trialNew t trialNew l lNew
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