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IWKS nJlI trio SHOULD KNOW SA SAHE SAY SAYII SAYiii
HE II iii E AXXOUXCES tXOU CES IT ITIn ITIn iTIn
In Which hllh Case asl If I Itooscvelt noosCel Wills 11 Ilei IleiManage led ledlana1 hedlaIVae
Manage lana1 This ThIl States Htatel End re of ofthe the Can Canirnlgu cnl cnllallnNlt CantpaIgIiNVt
lallnNlt paIgIiNVt irnlgu Not True TUt Vet et That Hell Ill Oe OeThere net netThlrl GetThere
There Thlrl Friend of the 1w President lelient Irelldentkiv Says Saysiov Sys Sysio
iov io Oclell Odel according acrig to t information informationdjsvniinatod mformaton mformatonrjllnntod intormatlonjSnInatod
djsvniinatod rjllnntod yenterdiy from frm quarters qurer most mosifriendly mostfrilnd1r mostIriaflIY
friendly frilnd1r to him has made mdo the flatfoototntmotmcemeiit flatfooted tatfoted tatfotednllOuncment flatfootedlthflOuticelIleflt
ntmotmcemeiit nllOuncment that at the Republican RepubllcarSlate Republcan RepublcanSlltl RepublicanstaR
Slate Slltl Convention which is to assemble nsemble ir irthe In Inpri n nApril
April pri to elect four delegats delegates at Irge large to tott totht
the Rcpihlican Prilhl an National Satonl Convention onventon Gov Govdell Ov OvOcrl GovOdefl
Ocrl Odefl dell will wi lie t unanimously uMnlmouly elected elet chair chairman chairman chakmltII
man to succeed 5t1CCL nccetd Col Col George W Dunn Dun o oHinghamton of ofJnghamton of1tInghItt0
Hinghamton Jnghamton tho present presnt head of the State Statecommittw 8tatolmritl StatetkV
committw committwThe lmritl tkV tkVrh
The fw rh further furthlr announcement announcment was W8 made madefrom mae maefrom maderfl1
from rfl1 tlie tIi same tame quarters Quartor that The plan planhas planha planhas
ha has the sanction Anct Ion of both bth the President Presidentand Prldent Prldentanc
and Senator Sflntor Platt Pltt and tho Governor Goveror has hasconsented hl hlCon ha hacnnonted
anc
consented Con nh d to accept ncpt the reeponslbility reeponslbilityStill rsponibity rsponibitySti
Still Sti further furher It was wa announced announcd and many manyRepublicans manyHlhllans ninny1apuhlicitns
Republicans Hlhllans In i New York Y rk city cty eald that thatit tht thtit
it looked lookld M if I Gov Odell Odel had caused caued the theannouncement thennOlnlmlnt theannounctnent
announcement nnOlnlmlnt to be made Coy Odell Odol Is Isto i Iato
the theStnte theStntl theStnua
Roosevelt in
to manage lana 1 the campaign cmpig
Stnte Stntl of f New ew York The plan to have him himdo I
do ro 10 so 0 is L I credited creclted to the President Prsident himself himselfKor himsl hlmselfFor
For wvernl vernl months montf all ni sorts IrW of reports reportshave rpors rporsIV reportsave
have IV ave hen 11fn circulated as 1 to t Gov Odells Odellsfuture Odels Odelsfuture Odellsfuture
future In the le Republican Republra party pary of the State StateOne Stt StateOne
One Onl report was to the effect llect that on his re retirement r rtlnwnt rettrifluflt ¬
tirement tlnwnt us a Governor Goveror ho was to become becomepresident becme becmermllnt bemmeprltkiit
president rmllnt of the te Pacific Pacto Mail Mal Steamship SteamshipCompany Steam SteamshipCoflPiuY hip hipCOl
Company COl pal at the request rquest of 01 Edward H HHarriman Hlarriman HIlarrinian
Harriman larriman and nd was to t manage mana e the affairs affairsof afnlrl afnlrlof
of the tll party part in tho State at the same ime time timeThen tm tmhln timeT1in
Then hln lame the report repr that GOT Ouch Odollpeal Oelol OelolIrlall Ouchgreatly
peal Irlall greatly I v desired lirtl a renomination rtnomination for Gov Governor G Grnor 0evernor ¬
ernor this thl yenr year mr as I w only in that way could couldhe loull loullh coul1h
he h hope to maintain his present precarious precarioushold prearlols prearlolshole
hold hole on the party Still Sti another report reportcrculiited repct repctreulated rewrtPreullited
crculiited was wn pry that the Governor Govlrnor would wouldlike wouldlkl wouldlike
like to succeed succl1 Chuun ChfUItey Chnuiuey ey M I Depew Depewin
in lkl tho United lnltfl States Stntf Senate Snnt The Legis Legislature Lf Legislature I Ilatlrl ¬
lature latlrl lobe to b elected lh ehectedxiext ed next net fnl fall will wi vote votea a yar yearfrom yarfrom yarfrom
from ths thi month on Senator Sentor SenatorDepews Depows sue sucfxsor 8Uec sueVtieii
fxsor fxsorWhen c or orWhen
When it became bcam known that Senator SenatorJlnrcus SeDatorMnrlus SenatorMarcuis
Jlnrcus A Hanna Hanna of Ohio would not con content conent content ¬
tent ent to remain chairman chaiman of the Republican Republicanjmtiotml Ipublcan IpublcanIKtiolnl Republicanjuatiorual
jmtiotml IKtiolnl committee cmmitee for tho Presidential PresidentialImttle Prsidental Presidentialattle
Imttle 11111 attle of HXH 10 there was wa a report rpor that Gov GovlOdell Govfidel Covhlell
fidel lOdell wanted this place plnc The published publishedfreport plblihed plblihedtoJt pubhiahedS
S freport now that the tle Governor Goveror is I to succeed succeedIol 1ucced 1uccedk succeedt
toJt Iol k 01 el Dunn as 1 chairman of the Republican RepublicanBtate Republcan RepublcanHtate Republicanltate
Btate committee commitee has h8 been bn heard hear for several severalweeks severaltks severalivpeks
weeks tks in New York Washington Wlhlngton and Al Albany AI1any Alhany ¬
bany 1any Little Litle credence crdenc has hl ha been ben given givento i iv
to it
Hc iov itiov i v Odell Od1 in his personal pelnl conversations conversationsThen cnverRtlon cnverRtlonfora
fora for a year rror or mor more has not epr exprreaed honeye honeyed honeyedt
t ntiments towr toward Pesident President Rosevel Roosevelt Rooseveltliten
Then lhen most of the Republicans Republcn who sur Burround surrund surrnund
round rund the Governor Goveot not only hi i Albany Albanybut Alhny Alhnyhit
but hit on his visits to tGNew New Nfw Yorkdo not hesitate heflitateto hClate hClateto
to o speak violently vilently against President prident Boose BooseVelt Bosl itoosewelt I
hIt So S the report og started sare several lverl weeks vreekaPRO weeksgo weekspgo
PRO go that Gov repr Odell Odel Odd was ws to take Col Dunns Dunnsanugeth Duns DunsIaco DunnsIuce
Iaco ae chairan chairman of the Rpublcn Republhn State Statecmmitee Statecommittee
cmmitee committee t to manage anugeth anugethof the New York end endff endof
hccepted hcceptedA ff of Roosevelts Rsfwels campaign cmpign was W not generally generallyhccepted generly generlynclptl generallynccepted
nclptl A personal peronal friend trlfnd Of President PrRldent Roose Roosevelt Roos Rooseelt ¬
velt elt naid td yesterday morning I have haveread havetad haveiaad
read tad the announcement anoucment that tht Gov Odell Odellis Odel Odelilia
is II to be the state chairman cairan and ad that Presi President Presilent rsl rsldent ¬
dent Roosevelt ltlvelt and Senator Snator Platt have haveagreed havoogreNJ haveagreed
agreed to the plan pln but I cannot cnot say er at the themoment tbemoment theniornent
moment how true it is i Drop in this thl after afternoon nrternoon afternoon ¬
noon and I may bo b able to t tell ypuithe 1 yputheexact yputheexactsituation uthexct xact xactsituation
situation situationLater situationLater situationLater
Later in i the day the thesmt same high hlghauhority hlghauhorityMid authority authorityBold
Bold I am now In i a position plitin to t say sy to toyou t toyou
you that the report that Gov 0o Odell Odel Is I to be beState be8tato beState
State chairman chairan repr with the consent cnst of Presi President P President ¬
dent Roosevelt Rosovelt and Senator Sentr Platt Plttl is not notundue nott nottrue
t true rul ns yet You mlt must not mKO malo an anundue any anyundue
undue interpretation interpretaton of the words wors as 1 yet yetI
I merely tell you that the report of such a aplan a1lan aplan
rpr
plan is not true tre at this time timeAnother tme tmeAnother timeAnother
Another personal pronal friend of the President Presidentpaid Prident Pridentid Presidentsaid
paid id I have thought for some time tie that thatGov th tiiatCloy
Gov Odell Odel greatly gratly desired deid the place pl of ofState ofStnte ofState
State chairman challln I know all al of the Gov Governors Goverors Governors ¬
ernors remarks remark about President Prde Roosevelt Rooseveltand Roevelt RoeveltRnd Roeveltand
erors
and I also know all al that tht the Governors Governorspersonal Goverors Goverorseronl Governorsierona1
personal Itoosevelt BooueveltBut ItooseveltHut 100evelt eronl friends friend have hve said ogolnstPrealdent ogolnstPrealdentItoosevelt agantPrldent agantPrldent100evelt agaInatPretldentBoouevelt
But would It not be b a good o plan plr for Presi President Pri Pridlnt PreshIclit ¬
dent dlnt Roosevelt Reelt to accede to t Gov Odella Odellawishes Odels OdelswL OdellsvLshues
aceo
wishes wL hl in this thi matter Would It not bind bindiov bindO bindGay
Gay O Odell Odelloalv loyally to the Presidents Plldents fortunein fortune forune fortunesiii
in thU thi State if he were wer mado madoHtatechlr madoHtatechlrlian State Statechair Statechairnianh chair chairman ¬
lian nianh man
lianHov Hov ov o Odells Odels desire dlir to t succeed suce aol Ct Dunn DunnIn Dnn DnnIn
In this thi Presidential Prsidenti year yea may mean men a de demand deIand doinand ¬
mand Iand of President lrpsident Roosevelt Rosvelt that tha Gov GovOdellVt GovOdel GoviellV
OdellVt Odel iellV elevation elemton to this thi place plac is s the price priceto prce prceto
to he b paid for harmony harony in the State Did Didyou Dd Didyou
you 01 ever 11 think of that No Well Wel Welllhave Welllhaveand I have haveend I
and other Republicans Hepublcao have haveAssuming haveumin havekiauuming
Assuming umin that Gov by Odell Odel has ha not been beenfriendly be beenfruenuhly
friendly frendly to Roosevelt Ioovelt at times tme 1 ask ak again againwould againwould
would it not be a good pa ntan for the th Presjdeht Presjdehtto Paldot Paldotto I
to accede to the go desire dclrot pl of Q rQdfll Odch1 dfl to tolicomo toheoino
licomo cole Cal Dunns successor sU < or 00 tocbnduct tocbnductthe to conduct conduct conductthe t
the thl campaign in the State Stt this year yer Would Wouldnot Wouldnot Wouldnot
not such a plan put Gov Odell Odolonhlsmette Odolonhlsmetteto Odohlonhisniettle Odohlonhisniettleto onhiamettle onhiamettleto
to do ho the th best ho could cud for Roosevelt Uoolvelt in inI Inthi inIlui
I thi his State StateWho StateWho StateWho
Who would raise the money for the thecampaign thecllp1ign theriunpaign
campaign cllp1ign in this State Stat Why WhySnator WhySnatorPlat Senator SenatorPlatt SenatorPlatt
Platt Plat of course COUI Would not such a pro programme projramme prograrnuno ¬
gramme jramme also al o rehabilitate rhnbltt Gov Odell Odel with withthn withthe ith ithIhl
the Ihl Republican R < pubJcn party prty in this thiaState State Stt These Thesearo Thee TheeRro
are questions clmtons which wo WI are ar now all al con conMderini con consuIering
Mderini jllrinl President Prllnent Roosevelt ROvelt I believe believewill bleve blevei I Ii1hl
will i decide decde for himself himsel whether whlther Gov Odell OdellB OdellBtn is isto isIn
to be State chairman and run the campaign campaignIn
campign campignIn
In th the State this thi year yearCov yearCO yearflow
flow CO Odell Odel was at his home in Newburg Neburg
last IIt night nightDEMOCRATS nl nightDflIOCRATS ht htnEJOCRATS
DEMOCRATS nEJOCRATS CONFIDENT COXF1DEXTThey ONFIF T
They 11 Think Tink the East l a8t Will Wi Support npp Their TheirTicket TheirTlrket TheirTicket
Ticket Against Atanst Roosevelt HooneveltINDIANAPOLIS Ro08el Roosevelt1DIAtAPOLTS
INDIANAPOLIS Ind Jan 8 STe 8The The newly newlyrkcted nwly nwlyrl newlytleted
rkcted rl ctt members of the Democratic Democatc central centralcommittee Cntral Cntralcmmitt centralcommittee
committee cmmitt met lucre Iler today tay and anc organized organizedfor organizedf0
for f0 the campaign by electing electng State Senator SenatorOBrien Snntr SnntrOBrlln SenatorOBrien
OBrien OBrlln chairman and Joseph Josph Reilly Riy secre secretary sre srelul secretory ¬
tory lul Thomas Tom81 Taggart exMayor of this thiseity thi thiscity
city Cit waR indorsed Indorl for national natonal chairman chairmanA
A party part lovefeast lovefeat was W8 held following folowing the themeeting thempetlng themeeting
meeting of the te committee cmitte at which hich speeches speecheswere spehes spehespre
were pre made mno by representative r < presn tve Democrat Democratfrom Dmocat Democratsfrom
from all of the th State The
frm al parts Stto Te speakers speakersnil speakersni
nil ni expressed expre8o themselves th msheA as a confident cntdont of a aDemocratic aJlmocrtic aJianiocratie
Democratic Jlmocrtic victory vctor In the country cuntr in 1904 1904and 190 1904and
and based haRd the claim clam largely lrgely upon the te fact factthat factthat factthat
that President PrCldent Ubosovelt Uoo8velt ltbosoveltwill will wi be upn nominated nominatedind nominat
anal a n that tha t the East Et will wi support supprt any con conwrvalivo cn cnnalvl conMrvatlve I
wrvalivo nalvl Democrat Dmocat that may be selected selectedto slet
to liead Jlad hf uI the national natonl ticket ticketMany tcket tcketany ticketMany
Many any of the shakers referred rpfered to the thentiinentH thenrhmnts thentunents
ntiinentH of leading Republicans Hepublcanl in their theirwctioriH theirct theirVCt
wctioriH VCt ct iOn torus paying they I are at heart helrt for Hanna Hannalint Jiannahut
lint 111 feel that President Pesident Roosevelt Hoosvelt will wi I Ith be betie v vtlin >
tie th party candidate Iandldnto As a result there ther is isliikownrmness IsI isS
prtr
I S liikownrmness Ilkfwarnll < in the Republican Rpublcan ranks ranksimd mnkl ranksanal
anal In llwy confess cnfe8 that they will wi enter entlr upon uponcampaign uponIh
Ih ut > campaign rmpalgn badly hly handicapped handiCppd because becauseof bcaule bcauleth
of th the fueling feelng that they the will wi bo b put upon uponHIP uponIiI uponlip
HIP IiI lip uIPf1iuaI uIPf1iuaIScant ofnnlvp ofnnlvpSomi pf 11iC 11iCSon
Son of au thn speakers pkerl said Ild that tht many manyIlnsrvruivrt manylraJlurvatIre
Ilnsrvruivrt > 111 Republicans Hpublcn while whie admiring adiring
the President IrlHident are ar convinced cnvincd that he has hasnot haKMt hasnut
not Inspired tho business huslnfss Interests with withjnnfldencu withPonfluIiic ih ihrontd
rontd PonfluIiic jnnfldencu < lc nnd that he will wi bo 0 a weak candi candiiwtp endi
iwtp dlt iatP lnforn I fore the people pople if the Democrats Democratsimprove DpmocratRIrprove Democratstrflproie
improve Irprove their thllr opportunity opportnltv and nominate nominatea nominte nominteI
a I man TIHI of admitted admitt < d stability llhiity of character characterHnd charcter charcterand
and a broad grasp mlp of national ntonl questions questionsAll queltons
All 1 the counties in tho State will wi bo boorganised b
0 organised orlinid by March arch I and tho party will willenipr wi willlfltpr
enipr upon lon the active act ivo work of the campaign campaigntdrw cmpign
tdrw Hrl months earlier earllr than usual usualCOWnOYS usull usullfWlO usualOJI1WS
COWnOYS fWlO FOR Ol ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTam l10SEJEIT l10SEJEIT1rh
1rh am Mulhall Iulhal Ha SaiTheyWIII Says They Will Vllupport Support Him HimIrrespective 1m 1mIrrepeethe HImIrreapeethe
Irrespective of Part PartKANSAS Iarty IartyCity
KANSAS NRMI CITY Mo 10 Jan 8Zach 8 ch Mul Mulnall Mulbal Mulhalt
halt bal of Oklahoma Oklahom live lve stock lock agent of the theFrisco thefriro therla
Frisco rla Railroad l llrold here hlr knows stock Itok raisers raisersand rler raisersanal
and 10 cowboys rowhorl all al au over the West He pays fYS
they WYJlf aro all al at present prsnt interested InlreRte in seeing seeingCowpunchfir leing
11f rldrnt rcuuIent Hoolvelt Rooseveit elect elected to suc succeed him him11f himCowpunchers
Cowpunchers lowpunchpN irrespective IrlpcUv of party partyover
l ll over the West W t are ar ready to fight t ht pry for for1ulhal forflr
Ror flr n vpt eitsayttMr Bay8Mr Mulhall 1ulhal They TY will willB wWre willtOtft
tOtft < niei re for him nlmcJt nimost most to aman a m iuan Oklahoma Oklahoma1H Oklhm
B il 1H 1 h for him In tho convention evdn vdn If Ifpeople I itIts
I Its people pople cannotrvote Ju 8nvcatn the DeeIectl electlonTho elet nTh nThsCOWflItche
I cO COWflItche IIjhQr cnnototju1 SOclf ayiiousevcU I is OQoUhm OQoUhmI oiiOQZtheln
iESID floVJJB 8tn 8tnNot sduTni sduTniNot
Not In n This Thu Crnerfttlon OenNUon awyi sys Senate SenateBalUy 8 SEnitor SEnitorBailey
Bailey Be of Texas TexuAnstiN Tex TexasAUSTIN
AUSTIN Tex Jan JI 8 BSenatr 8Senator Senator J W WBailey WBaiey WBailey
Bailey Baiey has ha been bn frequently fruenty mentioned mentone o olate of ofat ofhate
late at by his hi admirers airr in Texas Texa as 8 deservin deservinof desrving desrvingof deserving deservingof
of the Dcmocratlo Dlmocrto nomination nominton forPresident forPresidentThis for forpresidentThis Prsident PrsidentThllnclplpnt
This Thllnclplpnt incipient inciplentPresldential Presidential Pridentia boom bm in his behalf behalhoH bha1 behalfhwu
hoH hl called cale fortha forth nletter letter from frm himwhich hi which ha hajust has hasust hasjust
just ust been hen received reive by a n personal plna friend trend a aLockhart at atLckhart atLockhart
Lockhart Lckhart Tex Senator Snator Senatorilalley Bailey Bley gays gaysI sys sysI
I feel fel sure sur that it will wi not be b a great grat man manyearn many manyyelr manyyoam
yearn yelr until lnt the the South Suth furnishes furnihe the Demo Democratlo Democmto Democratio
cratlo cmto candidate for the Presidency Prside cy and ad J Jthink 1 1think Ithink
think it reasonably ranably certain crain that Texas Tex8 will wilbe wi willbe
be the first frt Southern Suthor State to t furnish furish th thnominee the thenomine thenominee <
nominee nomine I am a equally eualy sure sur however that thaithe thatthe thatthe
the first frt candidate from frm from the South Suth wi will no nobelong noblong nobelong
belong blong to my generation generatin but to t the one onicoming onecming onecoming
coming cming after afer ours oursThere our oursThero
There Ther is no very vry widespread widesprea sectional sectionafeeling stonal stonalflng sectionalfeeling
feeling flng in the North Norh but there ther is Iltl still enough enouglthereto enoughther enoughthereto
thereto ther to render rnder renderthe the nominationof Southern uSouthcnman Southernman
man of very doubtful wisdom wisdomDOOM wisdomBOO wisdomViJOOM
DOOM BOO FOREX FOB EXTTFNIUIWN EXTTFNIUIWNOblo EXATT1ENJ1ARMON EXATT1ENJ1ARMONOhio ATTVGENJIARMO ATTVGENJIARMOOhio
Ohio Democrat Dtmoerat Assail AII HooneveHs ROMenl1 Can CanPolicy Canal CanalPoley CanalPolicy
Policy PolicyCINCINNATI Poley PoleyCJNCJNNATIJan8At PolicyCINcINNATIJan8At
CINCINNATI CJNCJNNATIJan8At Jan 8 At the Business Blne Men MenClub Mens MensClub MensClub
Club tonight around a big banqueting table tabltshaped tableshaped tableshaped
shaped like Iko a horseshoe horlho the Duckworth DuckworthClub DuckworthClub DuckworthuClub
Club the leading Iladlng Democratic Democrato organization organizationof organizton organiztonof
of this thl section eton about 150 110 persons pron in all allcelebrated al allcelebrated
celebrated clebrated Jackson Day The affair afair was wasunderstood wasunderstood
understood underto to be b also alo the modest moest start of ola ofa ofa
a little lttle boom for Judson Judlon Harmon who was wasAttorneyGeneral Wi wasAttorneyGenerni
AttorneyGeneral AtoreyOeneral under Cleveland for forthe forthe forthe
the Presidency PresidencyMr Pldency PldencyMr
Mr Harmon and President Prlldlnt M I E Ingnlls Ingnllsof IngalR IngalRof
of the Big Four Bailroad Unlroadwere Raliroadwere wore the principal principalspeakers prncpnl prncpnlpaker principalspeakers
speakers paker Mr Harmon armon said among other otherthings otherthlngw otherthings
things thingsBut thlngwUut thingsS thingsBut
But a rear ngo in spite of the thE success successof SUCCe SUCCeof successof
of S the Republicans Hppublcl8 in the Congress Congr election electionsome eleton eletonore electionsome
which whichhad whichhad whichhad
some ore of the clouds coud and rainbows
had been bet capitalized capitalzed and put off of on the thepeople thepeople thepepple
people people began to vanish al h Banks failed faied hero heroand heroand heroand
and there thlr trade trde combinations cmblnatonl toppled fear fearand fearand fearand
and distrust dL < trust began to stalk about aboutAnd aboutAnd aboutAnd
And not a Democrat Dmocrt in power pwer to lay layit ly lyI layIt
it I on And so 1 matters matter have gone ever eversince eVlr eVlr8lncl eversince
since 8lncl until unt Mr r Hanna lanna the chief apostle apostleof apRtlo apRtloor
of or party orty made prosperity prOptrty has hI announced announcedthat aDouc announcedthat
that all this is due to natural naturl causes causesRascality cuss cussHaclty causesRascality
al I
Rascality has h8 been bn discovered dicover hi i the thepublic thopublc thepublic
public publc Haclty service srvic service whose whol nature natur and ad extent extentwould exent exentwould extentould
would ould lead Itdnny any prudent man mnnlf if It were wer found foundin
in a department t of his hi own business to toliave toIl tohave
have Il VI deprtmen the other departments deprtment overhauled overhauledMr oerhaule
said saidDuring saudjDuring
Mr IngallH IngalK sid sidDuring
lr During the year yerthe the Republican Rpublc party partyhas prty prtyha partyhas
has not gained in my judgment in the theaffection theafeton theaffection
ha gaine judgent
affection and Wd respect rspt of the people pople The Theleader Te Teleader Theleader
afeton leader as made the most mOt determined determinedassault deterined deterinedlult determinedassault
assault lult al upon mae the Presidency Prdenoy that has h been beenknown ben benknown beenknown
known for many mny te years yer and ad all al the nets netsand act netsand
and doings dolngl of his administration administrton seem seemto sm smto seemto
to have been b governed gopre by the one thought thoughtof
of how they would affect aet his hi nomination nominationand nomaton nomatonand
and election electionTliey
They electionThey electon have organized orgaizd their eir trusts trst ana anathey ad adthey and andthey
they have loft you today tday business buwne8 do depressed dopr dopressed ¬
pressed failures faiurs workingmens worklnfmens wages wagesbeing wage wagesbeing
pr being cut everywhere everwher In n fact about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
bing the only things which thl they ca can pit point to 1 as asthe
the results rtuls of the tle financial nacia c cliavo or orgy ar are trsts trstsand trusts trustsand
and cmhlnatons combinations tlngl things wllc which sm seem to tohave
have 1110 especially espcaly blossomed bloSme under the tle high hightariff hightarif hightariff
tariff tarif of the Republican Rpublcn party partyglories pat patOn partyOn
On tis this nlgb night when we clebrat celebrate te teglorlel the theglories
glories glorlel of our saint we cannot caot help com comparing 8m 8mpring cornparing ¬
paring him to the leader of the Republican Republicantost Uepublc Republicanboat
0 te
boat pring bost today tday who seems sms to 0 have be been bn trying tryingto trig trigto
to extract extrat fame fae for the future futur out out of a arebellion areblon arebellion
rebellion among the te citizens ctzn of one of our ourstarted ourlister oursister
aolg
reblon sister republics whic which rbelon rebellion If not notstart notstarted
rpublC
started and ad encouraged from frm from Washington Washingtonwas
start encurage and assisted Waigtn Waigtnwa the theAdministration theAdministration
was certainly craily fostered fotr ad a8lstd by te teAdmiistrton
Administration wa and ad all al under uder the te pretence pretenceof rteno rtenoof
Admiistrton of the Panama PanamaCanal PanamaCanal
of starting the construction cnltrcton te Paaa PaaaCnala
stting to
Canal a work by the te way which we ar areal call callin callin
in Cnala I favor of cither eiter at Panama Paa or somewhere somewherei mewher
else
i
elseBut el But Bt we believe bleve we1 w could culd have hav waited waitedfor waltf waItedfor
for a year or two if necessary nssr yea yal five fiveyears fv fvyea fiveyears
years yea rather rther than tn to have stained sne stained the thenational thenaton thenational
national honor and it is I very ver distressing dlt8lng to tothink t tothink
naton think that tat we who have stood stod for years ya as aschampion a achapion aschampion
champion chapion and protector prtetr of our sister sisterfrom sisterrepublcR sisterrepublics
republics who have prvnt prevented other nation nations nationsfrom
from frm republcR seizing flzir seizin upon upn their teir territory tertr and ad have havealways bve bvealway havealways
always claimed caunf that we were wer above abve tho tholust tholt thelust
lust alway of land ld grabbing gbbing should shuld now all al at atonce atonc atonce
once stand forth as land ld grabbers and en endeavor endeavor endeavor ¬
deavor onc stnd to t seize sI foi a I strip of gbbr land under uder the thepretence theprtenc thepretence
pretence of commercial need needAt needAt
prtenc cmerlt ne
At At least we 0 should be bbQnelt honest In our ourclaims ourB ourclalmnand
1Mt
claims clalmnand and say that we want this territory territoryin tritor
B tat
in order to build a canal cnal and ad as 8 we are ae the thestronger theItronger thestronger
buid
stronger orr we propose to t take te and hold It ItWe ItWe itWe
Itronger prop
We flh flhthe Iho should ld not cover up our demad demands by byIhe bythe
the pretence i irailway of protcti protecting a few mies miles of ofrai ofrailway
railway waf ptetnc and then refuse to t allow al0w a sister sisterrepublic sitr sitrrepublc sisterrepublic
rai republic to land its it troops to protect prott its itsGovernment It itsGovernment
Government Governent republc and put trop down dow the people pople In Inrebellion I inrebellion
rebellion rebellionIf
reblon reblonI If we are going oing to disregard disegar national nationalobligations ntonl ntonlblgatonl nationalobligations
n obligations blgatonl I let latus us be b honest hon dtabout about it and ad not nothypocrites nothyocrites nothypocrites
hypocrites hypocritesniTTER hyocrites hyocritesBITTER hypocritesBITTER
BITTER FEELING FEEL O AT POLLS POLLSDookwalter POLS POLSDookwaler roLLSflookwalter
Dookwalter Dookwaler Republicans Repnblcans and Antis Ants at t Odds OddsIn OddsIn OddsIn
In Indiana IndianaINDIANAPOLIS Indian IndianINDIANAPOUS Indiana1DIANAPOU8
INDIANAPOLIS Jan 8 8Te 8The Tho bitterest bitterst feel feeling fel felIng feeling ¬
ing that ever obtained in i a Republican Republicanprimary Rpublc Rpublcprimr Republicanprimary
primary primr i il in this tis city was wa manifested maniested tonight tonightat tnight tnightat
at the to polls poli over the selection lectol of delegates delegatesto delegats delegatsto
to the convention cnventon which is to choose coos a amember amember amember
member of the te State S te central cntrl committee committeefor
for this Congress CongrS district districtFloyd districtFlvd districtFloyd
Floyd Flvd Woods Wods is the candidate cncdao of what whatis wht whtIkn whatis
is known wn as a the Bookwaltor Bkwatr Republicans Republicansand Rpublcan Rpublcanand
and Ikn at a late hour this evening eving the antis antisput ants antsput
lat
Wright as a candidate against againstAs againsturn
put 1 ut up Harry Barr a canddto agait agaithim
him
himAs urn As soon as thepolls the pls opened opae the Book Bookwaiter Bok Bokwalter Bookwaiter
waiter 8n men appeared and 2000 20 antto ant were werechallenged werecbalongd werechallenged
challenged and appred not allowed alowed to vo vote e because becausethey bcaus bcausthey becausethey
they cbalongd had not voted vot the Republican Repuhlcan ticket ticketat tcket tcketat
election when Book Bookwaiter Bookwaiter
at the recent rnt city Eletlon Bk Bkwnlter
waiter was defeated for Mayor MayorThe Mayorhe MayorThe
WIS
The he men who wore wer challenged chalenge were wer among amongthe aong aongthe amongthe
the best bet known Republicans Upublcn in the city citySTOLE cItySTOI citySTOLE
STOLE STOI THE 1IALLOT BOX BOXArmed BO BOArm BOXArmed
Armed Arm Gan Gang Shoot Ip tpa p Polling PoUns Place In InTennessee InTeuDeee inTeilnessee
Tennessee TennesseeMEMPHIS TeuDeee TeuDeeeMEPUS TeilnesseeMEaIPIIIS
MEMPHIS MEPUS Tenn Jan 8 SWhle 8While While the te elec election electon dcc dcction ¬
tion judges were wer counting cuntg the vote In the theNinth theNinth theNinth
Ninth ton ward lost lat night twenty or thirty thirtyarmed thiry thiryared thirtyarmed
armed ared men entered entr the polling polng place placestarted plc plcstarte placestarted
started a fusillade fUiao blew out the lights lightsstole lghts lightsstole
stole starte the ballot balot box and then burned bured the thevotes te teotes thevotes
votes votesAll votesAll otesAl
All Al the election eleton Judges Judg and those thoR who whowere whopre whowere
were pre there ther to witness witnes the count cunt for tho thoadministration theaministraton thoadministration
administration and antiadministration antiadministrationforces antaminltraton antaminltratonfOrR
aministraton the store in which whichtho whichthe
forces fOrR were put out of whicl whiclthe
the polling plng place was WR and fully fuly thirty thirtyshots thirtyshots thirtyshots
shots were fired firedOne frd frdOnl tlruciOne
One Onl man who said Inld ho was WI O Simon SimonLcuisvllle Simonl SimonLcuisvlhle
Lcuisvllle l uilie Ky was wa shot thot and his hil skull skullfractured Rkul skullfracUirCi
fractured rractrd The Thf clerk in the Ninth ward wardwa wardwa wardwas
was wa < also shot hot through throu h the I he hand hnndThe hlnl hlnlTe handThe
al0 forces the theriot theriot theriot
The antiadministration antiadmlnitraton forcR say lay
riot Te was a started lt arted by h administration admlnl traton sup supportnrs supprtlrs supporters
porters because hecl the vote in II the Ninth ward wardstood wantItood warditood
stood Itood prtlrs about four to ono onf In favor of tho thoouts thoOUtl theouts
OUtl outs The election elecion was wa for local locl offices offices14JVV4 CfOI CfOI1UX
14JVV4 111 NX4 DENIES IT ITlleport ITneport ITReport
Report That He le Will 1 Soon Announce Ills IIUtamlltlsey 11 11eandldaly IllsCandilacy
tamlltlsey la I Foollsli FoollsliCHICAGO LoolithChIcAGO oolsh oolshCmCAOO
CHICAGO Jan 8 8Snalor 8Senator Senator Hanna lanna fays fayshat IaYR IaYRthat saysthat
that the report from Kan Kanqis Kaa nn City Cit that he herill hewi hewill
will rill announce announc rpr his h candidacy cfdldacy for the Preiii Preiiilency Pr Presidency i idenc
wi is foolishGov foolish foolishlov
lency denc on Tuesday foolsh foolshGov
Gov lov Cummins Cnmmt Controls Iow Iowa Legislature LegislatureDEB Istslaturt IstslaturtDES LegislatureDas
DEB MOINES MOINES la I Jan 8 80ergo 8George George W WClarke WClrke V VClarke
Clrke Clarke of Dallas Dall county wan wa chosen cho8nspker cho8nspkerand speaker speakernd speakerand
and nd B F Cummings of Marshall Marhal county countyneaker countyspaker countyspeaker
speaker neaker pro pr tern ter at the formal forl caucus cuCU of ofvening ofthe ofthe
the spaker Hpublcn Republican membr members ot the 10u House this thlBevening thisevening
evening thus demonstrating demontrtng that Gov Govumminse GovCimnss GovCinnadnas
umminse friends frendR are ar in absolute control cntrol cntrolof controlf
Cimnss
of f the Legislature on joint ballot blot The Thelatefrom Theslate fheslte
slte slate latefrom from Lglatur speaker to doorkeeper doorkepr as 1 pre presred prepr propared
pared sred bytha by the lpker Cumrninsfactlon Cmmlntacln CumminfactiiinWasadopted CumminfactiiinWasadoptedrithout was wadopte adopted adoptedItbout
wltout pr Itbout a dissenting dlfentnf voice voc and rd will wi be b for forlallv forily forzanily
ily zanily lallv ratified rtfe when the Legislature be Lgitur convenes convenesa cnvene
on a Monday Mondy 4 J
WATCH OH GAMBLING HOUSES HOUSESZUADOOS HOUSESMADOS HOUSESMADOOS
ZUADOOS MADOS ORDERS KEEl Til TilCAPTAINS TlB TlBCAPTAINS TIlE TIlECAPTAINS
CAPTAINS GUESSING GUESSINGMen GUSSI GUSSIlen JUES8IXGMen
Men len Stationed Staton at Every Suspected Supected Place 1lacto Ilaceto
to Warn am Folks Away A AwayHome Nome ome Who 10 Per PelHist PertuIt
lilt Are Arrested ArrestcdUliiLT rrrsttDhUr IlliiiT or Earnest EarnestHie trnet trnetthe Eariiestthe
the Gamblers Ask skOnc Ono Small lal Haiti lUldThere nall nallTere HaitiThere
There Tere was WI plenty of evidence evidenc yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday
day that that Police Polc Commissioner Cmmssioner MoAdoi MoAdoihas NoAdoohas
has 1118 issued orders that every effort efort mus musbe must mustba mustbe
be mado by tho police polc to stop gambling gamblingExcept gamblng gamblngExcept gamblingExcept
Except in Inafew a few cases CIS the captains have no1 no1heard not notbead notheard
heard bead Jrom tho Commissioner tDlmi8loner directly diret
but th inspectors inpctorK nave been ben told by the thiCommissioner theCmmlfloner theCommissioner
Commissioner Cmmlfloner that they will wi bo b held re responsible respnsible rosponsiblo
sponsible spnsible if I poolrooms polOOI and gambling gambln house housearo boull huousesare
are an open opn in their respective reKpctve district districtBorough districtBorough I IBrough
Borough Brough Inspector Irsptor Brooks has ba been beeiwarned beenwarned en enwlred
wlred warned that he must mu t see se that the Inspectorunder Inspector Insptorl inspectorsunder
under him follow folow out tho Commission rs riordere rsordor rsOrders
Orders ordor and that If I ho doesnt dosnt ho will wi gel gelinto get
into trouble oo ooInspector 00InRtor ooInspector
Inspector Brooks Broks put It up to the other othoinspectors otherInKpflo otherinuqecton4
inspectors and In i order orer that his hi orders ordermight ordersmight ordersmight
might not go astray atray he summoned sumone to the thtWest theWest theWest
West Sixtyeighth street strt station on Thurs Tliumday Thur Thursday
day dlY night about abut forty plain plan clothes cothes men merfrom menfmm menfrom
from tho Tenderloin West Thirtyseventh ThirtyseventhWest Thirtysventh ThirtysventhWest
West Fortyseventh FortYRenth and Wd West Sixtyeighth Sixtyeightstreet SixtyeighthItret Sixtyeighthstreet
street Itret stations stationsInspector staton stationsInspector
Inspector Inlpltor Walsh and ad the captains captan from fronthose frm frmthos fromthose
those thos precincts princts were wer also al present presnt anc ancInspector and andInlptr andInspector
Inspector Inlptr Brooks Brok made mae a speech sph which whichwas whichW8 whichwas
was W8 to this effect effectYou efet efetYou effectYou
You know where wher the poolrooms poolrm anc ancgambling and andgamblng andgambling
gambling gamblng houses houss are ar and you want to keep keefthem klpthem keepthem
them closed There Ther is to be b no fooling foolng about aboutit aboutIt aboutit
it It Others Other know where wher these suspected suspectedplaces suspectedplacs suspectedllacs
places placs are ar just as 1 well wel as 8 you do and others othersare other othersare
are ar watching you If I you dont keep k < p them themclosed themdOlId themclosed
closed dOlId these thet others othpn will wi know it and youll youllget youl youllget
get into trouble troubleOne troubleOne troubleOne
One or more mor policemen polcmen in plain clot cothes cothesor clothes clothesor bet betor
or uniform were wer stationed sttione yesterday be before b before ¬
fore for every ever place plac which the police polc suspect suspectto tuspct tuspctto
to Ijo a poolroom At some places placl four fourmen
men were wer on watch They were wer instructed instructedto Instrcted Instrctedto
to keep kep men from going into these places placesThe placH placHThe placesThe
The gambling ambn houses were wer guarded the same sameway sameway me meay
way ay last Ilt night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The men who were wer selected sleted for these thesejobs thls thesejobs
jobs were wer new men to the neighborhood neighborhoodThey neighborhoo neighborhoodThey
They had no definite defnit instructions Instrcton OB a to how howthey howthey howthey
they were wer to keep kep out patrons patron but they theywero theyer theywere
were er told to use every ever means mean possible possibleEverybody P0ibleEverybody
Everybody who attempted atempted to go in was waswarned waswarned waswarned I
warned that the place lac Iaee was under suspicion suspicionand suspicionand suspicionand
and that it might bo b raided mldeat raidedat at any moment momentWhere momentWhere momentWhere
Where this threat thre t didnt work some Imo arrests arrestswere arrsts arrstswer arrestswere
were wer made mdo for interfering with an officer officerThere ofcr ofcrThlre ofleerThere
There Thlre were about abut a dozen such Bch arrests arrestsCapt arrestsCpt arrestsCapt
Capt Cpt Burfeind of the Tenderloin station stationhad stationhad
staton statonhad
had an odd experience exprienc in the house housl ia iaTwentyseventh II InTwentyseventh
Twentyseventh Tentysventh street stret near ner Sixth Sixt avenue avenuewhere avenuewhere avenuewhere
where Circular Clrcull Joe Jo Vcndig is said sid to make makehis makehis makehis
his headquarters headquarter Burfeind and two to of his hissleuths hissleuths hissleuths
sleuths walked into the house hous about abut 3 3oclock 3ocock 3oclock
oclock ocock Tho captain had in his pocket pocketa poket poketa
a couple cuple of warrants warrantsIn warrnt warrntIn
In a room on the ground floor for some sme forty fortymen fortymen fortymen
men were wer sitting siting The captain eptaiD took tok a aseat a8lt aseat
seat 8lt In tho crowd and waited waied He le and andhis andbil andhis
his bil men got the eye from the crowd crowdbut crwd crwdbut crowdbut
but no one moved for about abut half an hour hourwhen hourwhen hourwhen
when a man walked ovor to the captain captainCaptain captainCaptain captainCaptain
Captain he said wore wor going to hold holda
a meeting meetng and we cant rnt go into session sessionuntil seuedonuntil Ion Ionunt
until unt you leave lea Only members can cn at attend altend attend ¬
tend tho meetings meetingsSorry meftng mectingsSorry
Sorry Srr said the th captain but cant cantyou cantyou cantyou
you initiate iiiate me ml Id Id like lko to become bcmo a amember amfmbr amember
member mfmbr very ver much muchWe muchWe muchWe
We dont take in new members membr Bald Baldthe sai saidthe
the man Our Ou membership membrhip list lit Is I filled fle
Then he subsided subldod After Ater another half bai
hour a man got up and remarked rmarke that it itwns ItWI itwas
was WI mighty hot in the room rom Whereupon Whereuponevery Wherupon Wheruponever Vhereupouevery
every ever window was a opened openedI opnd opndI
I dont mind mid a game galo of freeze frez out outsaid outsaid outsaid
said the captain who didnt move moV An Another Another Another ¬
other wait and another man tackled tacked the thevisitor theyi thevisitOr
visitor visitorCaptain yi visitOrCaptain lt r rCaptin
Captain Captin ho said Rid we dont like lke to bo borude b berude
rude but it would bo b of great grelt convenience convenienceto convenienc
to us u if I you would leave and give us a achance achanc achance
chance chanc to hold our meeting metng gve
Ive Ivo got a a couple of warrants warrnts replied repliedthe reple repliedthe
the captain loud enough for every ono to
hear hor and Im Im waiting altng for the ever men to come
in so that I can arrest them I intend to toplay tostay
play ftay a little ltle longer as a they would feel fel very veryead verysad
sad if they missed mise me moInside meInlido meInside
Inside Inlido of live fve minutes minute the room was
deserted and the captain and his two 1
dterte ad ad hi men menwere menwere menwere
were in possession pllon The le men for whom whomthe whomthe whounthe
the warrants warrats had hd been ben issued lue didnt show up
The Te new men who were assigned Ilge to the
Tenderloin Tenderloi and West Fortyseventh Forysventh strept streetstations streptstatons streptstations
stations statons by Commissioner Cmm sloner McAdoo at the therequest thereuet therequest
request reuet of Capts Cpts Burfeind Bureind and Handy Handywent Handywent llaniywent
went on duty yesterday yrteray morning morig There Thereore Thereare Thereare
are about abut twenty twent poolrooms plrms doing or t trying rvineto
to do business bUlnCi in the Tenderloin Tenderloi Theywere They tlHY thwywere
were wer all al watched watchedA wtche
A couple of policemen plcmen were In i front frnt of oflt
51 lt West Wet cuple Thirtythird firthir street which Is known knownas
as the Burbridge Bubridge house houe It is 11 said lald that thatsome thntsmo thatsome
some smo gambling gamblng paraphernalia prphemnla were carted cartedout cartedout
out of the house hous a few days ago and crtP taken takendown takl1 takendown
dO down the street stret to the other othlr house houlo with withwhich wi withwhich h hwhich
which Burbridges name namehasbeen has been ben connected connectedand connectedand
cnne
and which Frank Farrell Farrel says ss ho doesnt doesntown doesntow doesntown e
ow own
ownEverybody Everybody Everbdy who started starle to t go Into 61 61was 51was
yo ii iiWI
WI was warned re but few paid any attention Ittenton to tobut tothe
the warig warning Abut About the smo same thlnp thing hap happne happened
pened at other housC houses that wer were watehld watehldbut watched watchedbut
but pne the police plce said Rad that a a number numbr of the themen themen theinca
men had been bon shooed shooe away awayCapt awayCapt awayCapt
Capt Handy of the West Fortvsevcnth Fortvsevcnthstreet Fortveventhstret
street stret station Rtaton said that he had lour our men menstationed menRtatone menstationed
stationed Rtatone in front of certain houses houss that thatwore thatwere thatwore
wore particularly troublesome troublesomeTho trubleHme trubleHmeTe
The Te cops cps who have been picked out to towatch toatch towatch
watch atch suspected luspted houses houfs do not like lke the job jobWhen iouWhen
iob iobWhen
When they heard that a roundsman round man had hadbeen hindbeen lal lalbn
been sent nt out from headquarters
bn IIarqunrtfm to see senthat 1f seethat
that they did not shirk shir their work they said saidthey saidthey
they were wer being beig Imposed Impscd upon uponCapt upn uponCapt
Capt Stove Stve McDermott McDerott of the Fifth Fifthstreet Firh FirhItrct Fifthstreet
street Itrct station staton got busy bUlrPtttrday yesterday afternoon afternoonand aft nfternoonand roon roonand
and his men arrested arlte five me men who inter interfered Interfer interfored ¬
fered fer with wih them One man was Wl8 arrested arrestedtwice arested arestedtwice arrestedtwice
twice He le said he was W8 Harry Duke a aspeculator 1 aspeculator
speculator peultor Ho was Wi first f t picked up at nt a ahouse ahous ahouse
house hous in Second Scnd avenue He Io was 11 dis discharged diKcharged dischargel ¬
charged in court cur and ad then was W arrested arrestedagain nrretted nrrettedagain arrestedagain
again in East t Fourteenth street Itret Ho was wasbailed wa wasbailed
bailed Lale out this tub time timeThe tlo tloThe timeThe
The gambling glmbln houses houss were watched watchedas
as closely coly last It night nght as a were er the to poolrooms poolroomsIn polroml
the afternoon Policemen
In aftroon Polcmen were wer on guard guardIn
In front of those theB houses houss In i the Tenderloin TenderloinJohn Ttnderoin TtnderoinJohn TenderloinJohii
John Dalys Daly West Twentyninth street strwttho Btnetthe streetthe
the Victoria Club West Thirtysecond Thirtysecondstreet TllrtYcolul TllrtYcolultret
street tret the Burbridgo houses houss in i West Thirty Thirtvthird Thlrtvthlnl Thirtythird
third street tret Big Bg Frank rank Foldnmns In InWest 1nWst in inVest
West Thirtysixth street ltnet Honest HOnEKt John JohnKellys JohnKelYI JohnKellys
KelYI Kellys in West Fortyfirst Fortyfrst Fortrfirat street Itreet Lou LouLudmms Iou Iouludlums LouLucIhlTns
Ludmms in West We t Fortieth 10rtleUI street Itrlt and nd tho thoPetroleum thoIItroleum theIetroleuni
Petroleum IItroleum Club ClubIn ClubIn ClubIn
In the West Wtst Fortyseventh Forysventh street strnt station stationwliero stationwhere taton tatonwhem
where there thor are a number of gambling gamblinglouses gnmhln gnmhlnhoulR
houlR huouses louses tho jxlice polc wore wer just ns n vigilant vigilanthoy viglnnt viglnntAl vigilantAll
Al All the captain > admited admitted Ilt last night tlat tlatthuy that thatthey
they had been Ktirred up yesterday on the theambling th thgamblng thgambling
ambling gamblng question QueKton Ono On captain who IB IBn i Ishi
In n charge of u precinct prcnct that cnrtnll lies II a number numberif Illhfr Illhfrof
of if gambling gamblng houses said saidIt laid laidI saidIt
It I ut ii worse now than it was WI under the theidministration thladmlniltraton thealminlstration
idministration admlniltraton of Gen Greene Gren It I has Imsteen IUII hasbeen
ben been teen put up to the Inspectors Inpetor and th they thtYhao theyhave y ylave
have lave passed It along alon to us Wed all al like likuo Iko Ikoto liketo
to o know pase how long it in I going to last lastTho Ilt IltTho lastThe
Tho Kumblors jamhler are ar perplexed rrpllxed The Thl I in pool pooloom poolroom poolroom
room oom men arc not making makin any predictions predictionstt prldict preIict loris 10nKI lorisnit
I nit tt to what U 1 > likely lkel to happen hlppcn to them theminder themumler tlnnntinder
tinder Mr McAdoos administration adminitration It Itin I ItIs
in known that two poolrooms which ox oxlected exl1cecl cxpecterl
l1cecl pecterl lected to open optn have IKMIII told to keep keepclosed kelpcOe keepeloped
closed This was tho opinion expressed nxprtssedy IXIIIHC IXIIIHCby expressedby
cOe by > y one disgruntled dilgrted gambler last lat night nightIt nlg nightIt It ItIt
It looks 100lc1 U to mo on u I guess gue that this thi is a aichemo aIhtme ascheme
scheme Ihtme to t sort out the people who are to tolo todo todo
do lo business bUlinllator later on from those tlllO who are not notoing notgoing notaning
going oing to have a chance chnnc If I any one of the thox theby theboys
boys x > yH knows what the boss OI in Mulberry Mulberryitreet Mulhrry MulhrryStrt MuibirryStreet
Street Strt by intends to t do hues hel not telling tellingCapt telng telngCpt tellingCapt
Capt Cpt Dillon Dion of the East Et Eightyeighth Eightyeighthtreot EIhtyeighthstret
street stret station heard that a poolroom polroom had hadvenue hadopne hadonened
stton
onened yesterday ateroon afternoon 1n the rar rear of ofTomM ofThornna
opne Thornna McCabs McCabes Iln saloon nt 11 1584 Sonr Second Secondavenue
avenue TomM Capt Cpt Dillon Dion and three thr of his de deactives detectives
actives started tr after aftr the place plac on the jump jumpnd jumpand jumpand
and tetves nd smashed Rm ht into the hack room rom Twenty Twentyten Twentymn Twentyinca
mn inca ten and a a telephone were wer the th1 1 but no I
evidence evdenc of a poolroom plrm No arrests ast trei treimade iere ieremade
made madeCapt madeCpt
mao maopt Capt pt Burns Rum of otthue the Church Cburhltrt Chiurchstreet street statIon statloireceived stton sttonrecive statIonrectived
received recive a complaint cmplaint yesterday yeteray that tht there therwas therewas
was wa a poolroom plrom at eT 6 Doy Dv street strt Th Thcaptain The Thecptnln Thecaptain
captain cptnln at once onc sent out Detectives Deieclve CronIand CronI Crnln Crnlnand Cronlnand
and Maloney M lone to investigate Invetgate When the tw twdetectives two twodtetvl twolotectires
detectives dtetvl were wer going up the stairwa stairwaof stairway stairwayof
of the building buiding they met two men wh whrefused who whorfusM whorefused
refused rfusM lowed lowedAfter lowedAfter to let It them past pat and a fight fght fol followed fol10wM followed
10wMAter After Ater a hard har tussle tU8le the men were er landed landein
in the te station stton house hOU8 They 1ley sold sd they wer werTim were wereTim
Tim Crowley Crwley and Peter Petr Brown Brwn In Brow Browtho Brwn Brwntho Brownthe
tho police polc recognized rcgni Kid Barry Brr an ex ejconvict exmvict excuuivIct
convict convictCupt cuuivIctCapt mvict mvictCapt
Capt Burns says ho is going goin to try tr agaltomorrow again aain aaintomorw againtomorrow
i tomorrow tomorw there thereCHARGES thpr thprOIUIGFS thereCll4R6E to find fnd out if there ter is i apoolroor apoolroori apolrm apolrmthpr apoolroOrnthere
CHARGES OIUIGFS AGAINST 4CHIlT MALEVEV MALEVEVOwn M1114E1ElOwns 1UElFI
Own 01 Two Houses IOI II Cooks III Ils Own Foo Fooml Food Foodanti ooe
and ml Looks Lkl tp 11 What hat He le Doesnt UOlsnt fat KatPATEBSON fatPTE EatPtTEnsoN
PATEBSON PTE SON N J Jan 8 8Felx 8Felix Felix McAlevey McAlevemade McAleveymade McAleveyiiiLUIO
made a charge of assault Bsaul and battery against agalnrhla agnlnstIIHon againsthihuson
hla IIHon hihuson son Charles a few flw days day ago In cou coutoday curt curttodu court courttoday
today todu while whie MeAlevoy was WU telling telng Judf JudfScott Judge JudgeScott
Scott Stt that his hi son on had threatened IhreatenEd his hIs llf llfwith lfe lfewih life lifewth
with wih a poker he 11 was wa Interrupted interruptEd by hi hiwife hit his hiswife
wife who told told the Judge that her husband husbanidid hUhand hUhanddid husbandlid
did not hi Iris
provide anything for family fnmly
He cooked coked his own meals nlal and all al that wa waleft WIS WISIft wasleft
left Ift after aflr he had eaten was Wili locked In i icloset a acoRet acloset
closet coRet She Shu was WI compelled 1lmpled she said t tgo to togo togo
go out washing wn hlng to get the necessities neCHite8 of life lifealthough le lealhough lifealthough
although alhough her husband hwband owned two house houseand hoUls hoUlsanti housesand
and four lots and also aho owned ownld several Hevlral horseeMrs horses hOleH horsesMrs
Mrs 11 McAlevey McAltwe said the lx hay > y accused acu d of olassault of1Mllt ofassault
assault 1Mllt is an epileptic 11letlo and cannot work workOn workOn workOn
On tIre day of the t Ie assault 1 1ault the boy was wa diR dlscovered diRcvel discovered
covered cvel > by II the father flthlr looking for some something 8mI seine seinetiring
thing to eat and he only onl flourished fourlhed the poker pokeito polcr polcrto pokerto
to protect himself hlmBlr from the fathers fatherl wrath wrathA wrth wrthA
A married daughter testified teltfed that her herfather herfather herfather
father drove her from frm home homfwhen when she Ihe sh e was wanH wasI wasII
H I years yenrl of age and she was compelled cmpeled t tearn to toearn toearn <
earn her own living lving
Judge Jldg < Scott when he heard hearc these thlse stories storiesdismissed Rtoriel storiesiiSfliSSei
dismissed dislill the case IUt warning waring McAlevey lcAlwey thai thaihe thnthe thathe
he must mUlt provide proldl for his hil iuI family familyClMMINGS flmiy flmiylUXG familyfIIIINGS
ClMMINGS WONT IOT HE I TIIEltE TIIEltEHell 1IIEI 1IIEIIcl 7IlEItIhItull
Hell Icl He In Washington WaaliingtenWlieui ashI15hl When hen Oran Meet MeetIlls MeetsHis IertsIs
Ills Is Friend Irllnll In Conned Connecticut ConnecticutNEw onnetteut onnetteutNEW lent lentXEW
NEW HAVEN Jan 8 8Mayor Mayor ayor Homer S SGumming SCumming SCummings
Gumming of Stamford the Connection Connectionmeinber C Connecticutmember mnetcut mnetcutmember
member of the Democratic national
Democrtc Iltlonll com comtnittee committe corninittee
tnittee mitte has ha written writen to the managers mallgers of the theBryan thoIrynn theBryan
Bryan Irynn meeting to t be held In this thil city cit next nexiMonday nxtonday nextMonday
Monday that ho will wi lx unable tnablo to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the conference of tho tl tii Bryan leaders leadersHe Iaderl leadersHo
He said in his hl letter that ho will wi have to tcgo togo togo
go to t Washington Wuhlngtfn to attend utend the meeting meting ol olthe of ofthe ofthe
the Democratic Demoerto national committee commltto 01 01Tuesday on onle onTuesday
Tuesday le dav next at which will wi be dUcunseithe clcuHld clcuHldthe dUcunsei liscussedtire
the plnco for tho next Ilxt Democratic 1 < locratc national nationaconvention nationalconvention nationalconvention
convention Mr Ir Cummings CU mingR it is under understood underRtml understood
stood Rtml in is In favor of holding the convention conventiorin conventon conventonIn
in New York Mr Bryan will wi be b at the theconference theconference theconference
conference here hereGORMANS hereGt1JUS lucreC
GORMANS Gt1JUS C JU 1I4V FOR 01 SENATOR SENATORGov SEXA 10ff 10ffGnu
Gnu 0 Smith Smih and nnt Not Raynrr nlurr May IIY lie lieKlected lt HeElected
Elected Illetl In Maryland MarylandBALTIMORE MarylandBALTIMOIIF larIIII larIIII1LTUORF
BALTIMORE 1LTUORF Md Id Jan 8 8Snator 8Senator Senator Gor Oorman Gorman Gorman
man will wii not support tupprt Rayner for United UnitedStates Unied UniedStteJ UnitedStates
States Senator This is known
StteJ Hinator Thit through throughout thrugh thrughout ¬
out Maryland I rllul At this thi time it looks as asif 1 asif
if he is behind bhind Gov GO Smith Smih and the thl Indica inclicatioas Indicaton indications
tioas ton are that tho latter lattr will wi bn elected electedAt I It
At t the saint Kll > time tme there tllre are lre other Demo Democrats Demoemt ieniocuats ¬
crats emt who while whl antagonistic altlloniHtc to Rayner Raynerare Hunera
are a re unfriendly to Smith Smih and these thel predict predictthe pllct pllctthe prdictthe
the nomination nominal Ion of a third man mn possibly I
Bernard Bernni Carter urhI a leading 1fding lawyer in this thiscity tll I Icity
city
That the Ruynor people pople would ould like lko to togot togIt toget
got gIt back at Gorman orman for refu rlf11 refusing iti to sup support 8Upprt support ¬
port prt their tlllr man is I not denied but Gorman Gormanentertains Gormanenhrtnln Corniuneritrtaius
entertains no fear fcurDAKOTA ftarnUiTt fearPAIiOTIS
DAKOTA nUiTt FOR tl ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTSenator IWOUnITSenator IfOOSEUEITSenator
Senator MeCiuuber II llber Says Their rhtlr Delegates DelegatesWill lelcgateilll elelate
Will lll 1 He Il Instructed Instruetlt for Him HimUnited Iln IlnUnlll HimtJnitech
United Unlll States Senator Snator Porter Porer J McCum McCumber McCumbr McCumher
her br of North Xorh Dakota Dakta came cae to town yrster yrsterday yrtrdny yesterday
day He le is i here her on private business bUlneBand businessand awl is isstaying IsRtayln isstaying
staying at the Fifth tth Avenue hotel Ho Hosaid HeHald I1 I1said
said there ther last night nightNorth nightNorh nightNorth
North Norh and South Dakota ns ai well wel as asMinnesota 1 asMinnesota
Minnesota lnnelotl are lr for President Roosevelt Rooseveltand Hoosvelt Hoosveltand Rooseveltand
and thn delegates dEI ateR from frm those Slates will wi be beinstructed beinstnlctfd beinstructed
instructed instnlctfd to vote for his hi nomination nominationMayor nominaton nominatonIaor nominationMior
Mayor Iaor Pagan olln First Irlt VleeIresldent VleeIresldentMayor VleedrehlentMayor leeIrtldlnt leeIrtldlntIayor
Mayor Mark M 1 Fagan of Jersey City Citywas Citywa CityWitS
was wa elected electedlrt first vlcepremdent vlclreKldnt of the Hud Hudson HudKon Hudson ¬
son county count Republican Icpnblcan committee commitee at last lastnights Ist Istnights lastnights
nights meeting mtetlnj in Lincoln Hall Hal in that thatcity thntclv thatcity
city clv President Edward Edwlnl Fry Fr and the other otherofficers otheroftcn otheroflfcers
officers were wer reelected rllected ExCongressman ExCongressmanThomas t gxCongroouinmnThomas xCongrHmn xCongrHmn1lma
Thomas 1lma oftcn F MpEwan uEwan who hasnt been en on ongood ongor ongood
good terms tlrml with wih the thf Republican Ipnblan organiza organization or organization anlza anlzalon ¬
gor
tion lon for several Hveral years yer resigned from the thecommittee tlecommite thecornriiittee
committee committeeTHAXSLATER commite commiteTlfASL4TfU cornriiitteeTIfAXSL4TLIf
THAXSLATER TlfASL4TfU RODKIXSOX lWKIO DEAD DEADHed IE41hed
Hed 1 d Been 111 Working at the thl nalij OIlonlln OIlonllnTalmud Haliylonlan HaliylonlanTalmud Ionian IonianTalmud
Talmud for Forty Ilort Yearn YearnMichael YearsMichael rarl rarlchael
Michael chael L Kodkinson who for forty fortyyears fortyymr fortyyears
years ymr had been engaged in translating translatingtho trln latng latngthe
the Babylonian Talmud died iiId on Wednes Wednesday edno8 edno8day lnO ¬
day at hula home 1117 117 Simpson street stret in inTho inThe inThe
The Bronx He was wa > 72 yearn yean old oldHe ohl oldHe
He had finished tln hed twenty volumes and also alsotwo ailo ailotwo alsotwo
two volumes olume which formed formec a history of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the work workMr workIr workMr
Mr Ir RcxlkinHon Hodklnlon is il survived RUr ld by his wife wifetwo wlfotwo wifetwo
two sons 80lR and nd two daughters daughtersStage cau daughtersStage hterl hterlStae
Stage Manager Ianaler Sutherland Sutl rllJI Dead DeadBEIOIT UeadDEIOIT IcatlBiioiT
BEIOIT Win Wit Jan 8 8J J L Sutherland Sutherlandtape Sutherland8taFe Sutheriandstage
tape manager mlnn er of thin Western WfHter Wizard 17rd of ofcompany ofti
8taFe 01 ti company died ci > l lucre today tora t Odui of uppondi uppondiitis Ipplmdi Ipplmdiclil njijsndicitis
clil citis itis comran Mr r Sutherland was lS a l urytone haryloneRinKer barytonesinger > urytoneiiiKor
iiiKor and a brother hrther of Anne Alne Sutherland Sutherlandn Sut borland herlamlan
an n actress actr of 01 Chicago ChicagoObituary ChicagoObluRr Chicagofflituary
Obituary ObluRr Notes NotesInink NotesFrank ote oteFrunk
Frank II I Child Chid ono 010 of the best bft known knownmarine knownIltrfll knownniarlure
marine Iltrfll phototrnipherx Ilhotoarulllurl lhotogru iduers in the t Ire country colntr died diedn lJld lJldIn diedin
In n Newport yiHterdny ltlren after u lone lOlI nines ninesjf Inl Inlor illnessof
jf lirlvhts IrhchtH disease CII iiIiiS IIH For years fll he hI was WHI thin thonftlciul thp thpo thinnillelat
nftlciul o 1 iitiotoKrnplior Ihotolfpher for the th Navy SI Depart UcimrtiHMit VCllrt VCllrtn1lt Departfiwiut
iHMit n1lt Icll on 01 speed IIPttl trials trial t era 114 Ild II niitl iuil his pictures PitUfS of cistills vmr vmrihips lr lrship
ship are looked IIM UIII uutsiir > II us K works of art Of Ofate Ofla Ofhat
la hat ate e years II he h hAil devoted dvotfd much rueh of his Ii is time tme t to tonteriors tointror totnt
intror tnt nteriors errors and Ind lie hud IHII a valuable vulus lllahl lila collection coletol collect ton of ofihotoKniplis ofIlhotolralll ofihotoeruulitis
ihotoKniplis Ilhotolralll < of tin th villas vla of Newport Swlor Uo Uoilso 10 10IIu
IIu 1114 ilso mad yacht lcht work a speuinlty llmhttr and he h fol foloweil folInw1 telloweui
oweil tho I hI lie Cup ClP defenders dlrCldlrl closely coRelr securing securingxcelUnt Krelrlnl securinurectlltrit
xcelUnt views He I leaves IlifS a widow und nndIve undIn oirdlive
f clhnt
live In fhllilren fhllilrenlohn IhlhlrcnJohn ehilatreirlohuir
John A Mulr eeneral Ilnerll manager ranallr of the th Los JosVnitelert IORAIIl LosAir
AIIl Air Vnitelert rcks Hallway 11111 Company 10IPnr died nt t his hil home homen homeII
II In n lxs Jo Anireles n trgl I h Cal CuI yesterday t1rcl of liver I r and andiidney unc amidkidney
kllle kidney troubles trolhh He 1 wan WUI 54 years rlrH of nee needr 01 acealr
dr Muir lir was wa a native nat of Truro Trlro Nova Scotia Scotiale Sc rola rolali tmit tmitI
I le it bevan hoan a his hi rullrnud rllrol1 rut iroiutt career as at a telegraph telegraphiperntor I elegraphtpertttor IIlfph IIlfphowrator
iperntor li lt itt t Hncklin lockln Oil Cal He II advanced advancedapidly ucvanrlcl ucvanrlclfPIUr midvancerlraplal
fPIUr raplal apidly ly llrially tutu nalr I I xueiweillna IIIInl to tho t he position positionf Ioslt tri triol
of > f division cllllon d t v tsl on superintendent cii ulrlntmlent pen rut mirlemtt of the th I Ito Southern SouthrnPacll Sout Southerniicille iiermi iiermiIt
It iicille chit which whlh place 11 ct lie h held htI1 until unti mint II line lon I tar when wheni Itln ItlnII tiemi tiemilit
II lit Pacll i resiBiiid nfllil to become hll lieci miii Keneriil 111111 mnnaeer 111llllr niurmia ger of ofliintinKtonrt nflultllton ofI
lultllton I liintinKtonrt I ii ut I ii at rri S lo Io I o Anceles 111le mu geles Hallway Ilil system systemile systemullie y lr
lie J leaves a I widow wllo nnd al1 ann nivsonH nivsonHHenjaiiiln six 1IOnK 1IOnKnljlmln eons eonsilciujut
Henjaiiiln nljlmln ilciujut Pm I Iii Franklin Frankln Irau I Ic liii Hobby lobh I 84 jeurs yen llrR rs old oldTh 011who ohwit
who wit Th < > was WIH buried Ilrllil yesterdiiy yest Hlerdlr eruta y from his hi old homo homoin
on in West 1 Fifth Flh Ft ft it street et reet and Ild It mumi HJirepshead HIII it llld Hay Hayond 11 i3t i3troath
ond rld toney COIPY Irilund 1111 I known as Hobby I ii obhr Park Parkvas PariWI Parkviit
vas one of the I h oldest oll t nnd brat known I Inhnbi Inhnbiiints Inhuhitlll inhuuhitar
tlll tar WI iints ittO of 11 the t h Island 1llld Isla imd tul He I was 11 ItS > long lonl a I member memberif Illbr Illbrof
of if the th eontriictliiK t cltrethlt firm frl of Hobby A Uoody Uoody1wo Doodriis ooc
Two iis 1wo o yenrs elr Ire IKO 10 I he II te i ll aiinod r a I sensation Knltlol nt the thelench th thhlch t he hettait
hlch ttait lench elm by Ir m Ilrrlnl mirairryin rrylt t Jlrs tl Ir rs Kllnabeth Elrnhth l11 utlnt It More Moren Iort torea
a n atred widow wlcol vido who a I few ywirs ur uuo tlU ii go clulmeJ clulmeJn Clllli Cllllito cia hi hito
1IIIre to n be the thl rightful rllhtul owner OWllr of half the th Islnnd IslnndIr 1lld 1lldDr ilttitdI
Ir I Ir I liislav hlIIV lust uty IsiiiKsten 1IIIItn Psi ttgst nit died cld yesterday y tPdl at atlis athl illhis
hl his lis home hOnt I1H 12 i Host llt Kliihtvthlrd Elthtthlrd street 111 lie lievas I ii iituilpa
vas 1 I lii II years tlr old uii Dr PsIiiKxten I > HIIIHtfn wn Wt was the thedllor thefllor t he hettIit
ttIit dllor or of the th t hi Apollirkfr 1jIfArr i ptlh ehrr Zfituiio ZrluU Zr It a ie and nnl con conluetid eonchtd contliittul
luetid fllor a 1 ilrtltf tlrl lruut store nt lt S7 7 Pearl PClr street trft for fornany forutuatir r
nany years rK He Ii I was horn in ColoBiiK olOlln and anddncated I a ld ldfhllallat rud rudiittcat
fhllallat 111 dncated iittcat iii at theirnlvcrsity tll t Ii tllver tmuiversIty l of Ilreslaiiicoming Ilreslaiiicomingo IrlhluIomlll rug rugto
to o this thi country rountr when ho was WI > n 7 years earl old oldJlrs oldlrK oldlirs
Jlrs lrK hotline 1011 A lloldt loll the wife wlf of Proprietor Proprietorieoruf frolritor frolritorOorl IromrietlrUorgP
Oorl ieoruf C t lloldt Inllt of the Ih WaldorfAstoria died diednrly 111 111lrh hlrlt
nrly lrh t rl y yesterday Vpat rria moriiinir lorlll ruuttrmu Iii g nt her home hOI bout R last Kasthlrtyspventh 11t 11thirOVnti lastlhi
lhi hlrtyspventh hirOVnti Irt ysevcmit ii street trtt She Sh had hld been ht1 ill i for forOIIIH rorIOUI forSOilOl
OIIIH IOUI time tll tlim of a complication omplcltol of diseases diseaseslie dllll
llu lie h Immediate Illttllt iiiu nitd iii t eniiw CIU of o her death dlth vats WIK henrt henrtrouble IInrt IInrttrouhl tttrttrouble
trouhl trouble Mrs lrH Floldt Iollt was WI in II her hlr fortysecond fortysecondrear fortsaeortd3PJ
al 3PJ rear t 111 her r homo homoSheridan hOI luopiet4herlulan The Thl funeral runrll I will wll take tlke tim ke placi pile on 01 Jlondny Jlondnyt itorurl IOlcl it y yult
Sheridan Corbyn rbrn nn ni English EnIlKh actor Ittor who whomd whohacl whohaul
haul md been brel superintendent ullriltlllent of the tireActors Actors ctol Home Homet
ut t West Wf t New tlr Urlifhlon Irhchtol Staten Htlt n Island since sincewas Ilnp sinceit
II was opened two tlO yearn mr ago died at the thelome theh011 thehienie
h011 hienie lome WI yesterday tercar of Drlnlit Irhht s 010 disease dtns lie IA was wasn wa waIn wasin
In n hisslxtynlnthyear hiP hlSt4iXtynirithi Iltnlnt h year far He I e leu Ipi leausrsus res a widow wldol and anddauKhter nndB
B dauKhter clIJhttr The Tht body will 1 he hI cremated on onundny errSunday
Sunday 110 < 1 next nt lt Fresh Pond Pone li J I IW 1 Iv
W v A Pledirer IItlpr one of the th prominent negroes nerroesf negroesof
of f neorifin Oeorl I well known In in Hepubllcan l < publcan national nationaltolltiCH na10nl na10nlpoltr nationalpolities nlol
polities poltr chairman ehllrlllU of the tht t he Htute Htlt Republican RepublicanJommltteH Replblcll liepubilcaurConimnittte
JommltteH COl1iittre of icorKln Otorlin editor liter of 7Ac lr lre tarnplro a anegro
negro e < fro periodical prlolrnl published PllHRhpd In Atlanta tlntl died diedesteruny dipd dipdIIprda dteul dteulyesterdui
nplro yesterdui esteruny IIprda He 10 hAd held 11ld m many ny political politicallaces poltcal poltcal1111C politicalniaeci
1111C niaeci laces under Hepulillean Ippuhlcll administrations administrationsThomas IdmlnlAtrBUoM IdmlnlAtrBUoMThomKs admInistrationsThoimias
Thomas H Delano editor of a tobacco tobaccoGreenwich tbaCo tbaCotrnln tobaccotruidi
trnln la truidi Greenwich joural Journal Coon Conl In this ct city tled tiled Yltlrday yesterday
TO RELEASEMRS T ElASE IRS MATBRICK MATBRICKENGLISH I IAThRIGKENGLISH YBRIK YBRIKENGLISH
ENGLISH AUTHORITIES AUBORlrIESDECIDE DECIDTO DECIDE DECIDETo
TO 0 LET HER GO IN APRIL APRILAmb AIRIL AIRILAnlbdol0oat APRILAnibasuadorftioate
Amb Anlbdol0oat Anibasuadorftioate si dor Cho te Makes Mae Final Fn Arrant Arrantmenta AI Arrangenients
menta DleDt With lt the te Home lome Office OmeWomn OmeWomnlu OlfleeWoman OlfleeWomanIlu Worn WornHat
Hat lu Now Served Sn Nearly Nealy Fifteen Frten Yeai Yeaifor Years Yearsfor
for the Murder Maer of Her Itr Husband HusbandSpecial IIUbnd IIUbndSptclal husbandSpectal
Special Cable Ca le Deipatctt Dlpacl lo THI Tl SUN SUNLONDON SUNLNON SUNLONION
LONDON LNON Jan 8 8At At a n conference cnferenc bet bt between betweenMr wee weeMr wen wenMI
Mr MI Choate Chote the American Americn Ambassador Ambdo Ambassadorand r rand rand
and the officers ofcr of the Home 10me Office Ofc toda todafinal today toayflli todayfinal
final flli arrangements arangement were wer made me for th threlease the therlll therelease
release rlll of Mrs Mr Maybrlck who woo w con convicted conI convicted
victed Icte of poisoning pisoning her husband husbnd and eon sentcnced In Intencd eontenced
I tcnced tencd to imprisonment for life lfe She will wllbe wi willbe
be b liberated lbrte in April Apri Mrs M Maybricl Maybriclwould MaybrlckI Maybrickwould
I would have served sred fifteen tften years yir in jail Jai ha hashe hd hdlho had hadshe <
she lho remained rmined in the Waking prison prlln until untiI untilI
I I next July JulyWhen JulyWhen JulyWhen
When in May ay 1880 18 Miss MI f Florence Flornce C 0Chandler CCandler CChandler
Chandler Candler the daughter of the late W G GChandler OChandler aChandler
Chandler a banker of Mobile Mobie Ala met metJames metJamet metJames
James Jamet May Maybrlck brick on an ocean ocn steamer she shewas Ihe Ihewas shewas
was an attractive atlche girl ir117 17 years yer of age ng Her Herfather Herfather Herfather
father was welltodo weltodo and she he hAd been beenwell bn bnwel beenwell
well wel educated In France Franc and In Germany Gerany
Mnybrick was a cotton 8ton broker 44 < years yer of ofanc ofie ofago
ago ie He le lived lved part of the time in Norfolk NorfolkVa
Va 0 and part of the time in Liverpool LiverpoolHo Lerpol
Ho 10 fell fel in love with wih Miss Mi tme Chandler and they theywere theywer theywere
were wer married mrried much against the wishes wl hes of ofMaybricks oflaybrlckf ofMaybricks
Maybricks laybrlckf two brothers brther who afterward afterwardwen aferar
wen wer very active in the prosecution procuton of Mrs MrsMaybriclc Mr MrsMaybriok
Maybriclc MaybriclcSir Iavbrick
Sir tr nnd Mrs Maybrick lived le for a time timein tlmoin timein
in Norfolk Then they went to Liverpool Liverpooland Lherool Lheroolnnd
and Maybrick lJrhad purchased a fine fne residence residencein rsidenc
in a suburb of 0 that city et The first frt two twoor twoor twoor
or three thrtA years YMI of the married maried life le were wereapparently wlre wereapparently I Iapprenty
apparently apprenty very r happy Two children childrenwere chidrn chidrnwerl childrenwere
were werl born br a boy and a girl Then Ten came camedissensions cainedissensions amedln8ions
dissensions Maybrick became becme jealous jelous of ofone ofOM ofone
one Brierlv Drerlv a resident fRldent of Liverpool Liverpol There Therewas Thtre Thtrewn Therewas
was wn a violent scene between l1twf n Maybrick and nndhis andhis nd ndhil
his hil wife wie over Ocr the fact that Mrs 1r Maybrick Maybrickhnd Maybrlckhadaccmpaln1
lurid hadaccmpaln1 accompained Briorly Brory to a racetrack racetrackMaybrick mctrnclc mctrnclcIaybrlck racetrackMaybrick
Maybrick blackened blckered his wifes eves as a an anincident anIncident anincident
incident to this altercation alterton and anl ordered orderedhor ordere orderedher
her out of the house hOUR hut when the thl cab cabcame mhcme cabcame
came cme to take her hlr away refused rfud to let her herKO hero hergo
KO o Mrs Maybrick Iayhrck is 11 said sid to have threat threatened thrMIened threatened ¬
ened him for his performances perfornceR on this thil oc occasion oc ceeasion ¬
casion cRlon Short Shortv Shortly Iv after afer Maybrick became rme ill illnnd i illand
and died the thl doctors doctor describing cpscrblng the cause causeof cuso cusoof causeof
of death ns Eastroenteritls IRt or inflamma inflammation Infamma Infammaton Infiammatiour ¬
roentertl
tion and irritation of the stomach and andbowels andbowels andboweh
ton
bowels bowelsLargely bowelsLarjely bowehLargely
Largely Larjely because bPauRe of the gossip of a servant servantgirl servantgirl enantIirl
girl Iirl Mrs Ir Mnybrick lnybrlck was wa arrested and andcharged nndchnrge andcharged
charged chnrge with having havlnp poisoned her husband husbandwith husbandwih husbandwith
with wih arsenic anenlc In the house eightyfive eightyfivegroins elhyfve elhyfverainl eightyfivegrains
groins rainl of arsenic arenic were found and an autopsy autoplY autoplYand autopsyand
1 and chemical analysis anlysls of Maybricks lnybric I or organs organs orgrins ¬
gans revealed revenle the presence preence of onetenth onetenth of ofof ofof ofof
of a grain lraln of arsenic alenlc There Ther was W8 con conclusive conclu concursive ¬
cursive clu hA evidence to how that arsenio arenlo was wasone wa wasone
one of the drugs dnlgl that Maybrick Mavbrck was W8 ad addicted addicte addicted ¬
dicted dicte to taking and that a short Ihort time tme before beforehe heforehe beforehe I
he became beame sick he had ha purchased purhae 150 IS grains grainsof grainof I
of that t poison poisonMrs IoisonII lbOiSOflMrs
Mrs II Maybrick was WI defended by Sir SirCharles SirCorlC SirCharles
Charles CorlC afterward afelar Lord Lr Chief Clf Justice J uItiee Rus Rustlerts RURll Russell
sell ll The fl trial was la largely ely 1 a batte battle of ex exderts oxderts
derts and was wa fought bitterly biterly on both sides sidesTho sic ilertThe i
Tho presiding pre ldin Judge was Wa Justice JIRticc Sir FitT FitTjamefl Fit Fitamt Fitzjames
james amt Stephen who not long lonp after lfer the trial trialwent tral tralwent trialwent I
went insane and died in a madhouse madhoufl Sir SirCharles SirCharl SirCttaries
Charles Charl Russell HUssll vehemently Ylementy denounced denounce Jus Justice Ju JutCl luuatice ¬
tice tCl Stephens conduct conduc of the case cae among amongother nrong nrongothfr amongoilier
other othfr things thln s Baying
In short Ihort he saling Justice Jltce Stephen had hac hon honestly honty honestjy ¬
estly ty If mistakenly taken the view viOw that thattlio thnttho thatthui
tlio woman was wa clearly guilty guiy that thut there therewas thereiimJs I
was WI practically practicaly little ltle to be said for her and andthat amithat antithat
that view ho persistently peristenty and vehemently vehementlyitnpresned vehementlyhnprtl vehementlyimpressed
impressed hnprtl upon the jury juy in a summing up upof upof tipof
of two days and in a manner which would wouldjustify woulc wouldjuitify
justify jUitfy caYA the trial tral being described derbe as a a trial trialby tral tralby trialby
by by Judge Judgerather Jud erther rat her than n trial tria by jury juryAfter Jur juryAfter
After Afer being out only thirtyeight minutes minutestho minutMthe minutestire
the jury ju brought in a verdict vrdict of murder in intho inthu inthe
the first frt degree dlgre Mrs Maybrick Maybrck was sen sentenced sentenced n ntened ¬
tenced tened and tho scaffold Icfold for her execution executionwas executon executonWi
was actually erected prpctld close to her herceUln hercehl cell In the theprison theprison theprison
Wi actuly
prison But Butin in the meantime mentme cose there ther had been beena bn I Ia Ia
a revulsion revuhlon of popular ppulr feeling telng which at atfirst atfirst I
first frt had been bn strongly strngly adverse advere to Mrs Mr May Maybrick 1ly 1lybrick Maybrick
Asso Association Assoelation
brick An n international Intetnton Maybrick MaybrckAso MaybrckAsoclton ¬
elation clton of American Amlrcn and English Englsh women womenwas womenWM womenwas
was formed and such strong stron pressure prsur was wasbrought washrought wasbrought
brought to bear < ar that the death sentence ntenc was wascommuted W8 wascommuted
commuted cmmute to one of imprisonment Impr8nmen for life lifeFrom lfe lfeFrom lifeFroni
From that tat time tme on the thl movements motmentA to tosecure toReur tosecure
secure Reur Mrs Mr Maybricks MaybrckR release rflee have been beenpersistent bn bnpristent beenpersistent
persistent but heretofore heretofor clemency has hasbeen ha hashieen
pristent ben been steadily stediy refused rrue by the English Englsh author authorities authorlitR authorities ¬
ities The present plent action is one usually usuallytaken usuly usulytaken usuallytaken
litR acton
taken in England En land in cases ce of life le imprison imprisonment Injron Injronment inlprisoninent ¬ I
ment when tho prisoners prsoners conduct cnduct is good goodMrs god godr goodMrs I
Mrs r Maybricks mother tho Baroness Baronessdo Brnel BaronessdoRoques
do doRoques Roques Rues lives Ie in Rouen Ruen France Franc and has hasvisited haRviitd hasvisited I
visited her daughter dughter as I often ofen as 1 the prison prisonrules prlon prlonMIleR prisonnil
rules viitd nil s would wouldpermit permit prmi It is Ii believed 11leved that aftej aftejher afe afeher afte afteher I
her release rlee Mrs Mr Maybrick will wi come cmo to this thiscountry thisCuntr thiscountry
country Cuntr and nd will wi make her homo in Louis Louisiana Luil Louislana ¬ I
iana She is now 41 years of age ageELECTION ageFlTI ageELECTION
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ELECTION FlTI RIOTS RITS IN I CUBA CUBAShots CIAShots CUBAShots
Shots Exchanged Jxhan5f at Clpjifuenos CtnfuetAterpt CtnfuetAterptto CIenfuegosAttempt CIenfuegosAttemptto Attempt Attemptto
to Keep leell lied liberals Iberal From rom Polls PollsSprriiJ Pols Polspul11 PollsptctiI
SprriiJ CuIf Cl lt Drpaffh D plrI to THE SON SONHAVANA SvuhAVANA u uH
HAVANA H ANA Jan 8 8EleclonR 8Elections Elections were wer held heldtoday heldtocny heldtoday
today tocny for members membr of the election electon hoards boardsthroughout hoardsthroughout hoardslhiroughout
throughout the island It I in II reported rported from fromCienfuegos frm frmCienfle fromCienfiregos
Cienfuegos Cienfle oR that a 1 number numbr of armed and andmounted andmounted andmounted
mounted Republicans Hepuhleans prevented preventd the Lib LibsrnlH llb llberll Literals
srnlH erll from going to the polls pol Shots were weredred wer werefired
fired frd and five fve persons pmons were wer wounded woundedAccording woundedAcording woundedAccording
Acording According to the Diane Dari dc la Marina arna a aregular aI aregular
I regular ular battle batll took place plac in the streets streetsThe strets stretsThl 5treetsThe
The Thl secretary fcrtury of tlifLibcral tlLlbernl party par applied appliedo appled appledto
to o Seflor Hnor Se or Yero Ytro Secretary Secrtary of the Interior Interiorfor Intcrlorfor Interiorfor
for assistance IlstanC Seflor Snor Se or Yero instructed intrced Civil Civiliovernor Civi CivilGovernor
Governor Goeror Gomez that he would hold him himesponsible himresponsible himresponsible
responsible for order orer Gov Gomez tele telegraphed telegraphed tehegraphed ¬
graphed that he had been bn advised advied regard regardng rgar regarding
ing ng the armed horsemen hprmen and that a Liberal Liberalmd Libral Libralhad Liberalhum
shots at the of ofvlilch ofwhich ofwhich
md hum fired frd six police polc none
which however howeYfr took effect efect Ho le added addedhat addedthlt addedthat
hat thlt orderhud orcer order bud been restored restoredAn rltord rltordAn
An attempt atempt was wa made to burn bur the cane caneiold cn canefield
field flld of the Mormlguero Mormlglero estate cltate in order orer to toienp tokep tokeep
keep ienp the Republican Rpublcan workers there from fromoing fromgoing fromgoing
going to the polls The attempt failed
GAMBLING CIIIU G RUINS 11S CUBANS CUBANSNenor CUIAS CUIASNenor CUBANSSenor
Nenor Samtilly Hanllly W Wants ant nU to Close Cosl the Fronton FrontonWhere Fontln Fontlnhere FrontonWhere
Where here Jal Ja Alai Ala Is Played PlayedSpecial Playee Playeeptcal PlayedSpfChU
Special Cable Despatch DtJpacl to Tax Ta SUN SUMHAVANA SUNHAVANA SUNhAVANA
HAVANA Jan 8 8he The preamble of the thebill thebi thebill
bill bi Introduced Introduce In the Senate by Seflor SeflorSnnguily Set0r Set0rSnguiy SefiorSanguihy
Snnguily Snguiy providing prYldlng for the closing of the thefronton thefronton thefronton
fronton where whercthuegarneofJai tho the game of Jai Alai Alalis Is i played playedstates playe playedstates
that the he bus become social socialcancer socialcancer
states stntC tht game hl bcome a soial soialClcer
cancer Clcer and has caused cused the moral morl and andmaterial andmaterial andmaterial
material ruin of a number of persons penons well wellknown wel wellknown
known merchants ml rchants having Ilvlng failed faied owing to totheir tothAlr totheir
their losses lOf through betting bettng on the game gamemilcldo gamel gameland gameand
and father fathers of fKmles families hle have commlto committed committediilcitIe
milcldo milcldoAXtiLOFREXCII iilcitIeALoFIzEVClIMREEJf
Huicco HuiccoAWJIIEVC
AXtiLOFREXCII AWJIIEVC ALoFIzEVClIMREEJf 1 AGREEMENT AGREEMENTPowers AGIEJ ET ETlolr EXTloiicr
Powers lolr Said to Have lan Arranged rranled a Bettle Bettlement gettleiiIcnt rtUr rtUrlent
ment lent of All 1 DIsputes UUnutesspfdfll U DIsputespfc1ai llule lluleprelal
spfdfll Cattle anZt Dr3palcH tJpolcl toTnt 101 to 1ii SUN SUNPARIS SUNP SirsPtnie
PARIS P Jan 8 811 8Thn The Echo de Paris Par says saysthat ly lythat saysthat
that u convention cXnventiol will wi shortly lhorly be b signed signedby signe signedby
by h England tnglncnnd and France for the settlement settlementof settl ment mentof
of nil ni colonial rlonhland and other differences dilrenclR on the thebasis thebalIR thebasis
basis balIR of mutual concessions concessionsWork coirceusslonsWorks ncssions ncssionsWorks
Works of Art rt for Nt Louts Fair Fairfprclal FairiptvItil alr alrprtal
fprclal prtal Cable nutialcn upalcl la Tax Til SUN StwRniiE SUNROlE SUNRous
RniiE ROlE Jan 8 STe 8The The secretary secretar of the St StIouis Stlul StLOUIS
LOUIS exposition expRltlon committee cmmite left Milan Milanthis Mian Mianthil Milanthis
this thil mormm morning for Venice Veli Turin urin Boulogne Boulognenml oulo no noant
amid ant Florence for the purpose of selecting selectingworks selecing selecingworks selectingworks
works of art Ir for the fair fairFive fl fairFive 1rpB r rFhl
Five Fhl Hurt lurt In BattleshIp UatUehlp Explosion ExplosionSpecial ExplosIonSprcll ExplosionSptclaiI
Special Sprcll Cable iib1 Dupalch tparh to 0 THK THI SUN SLKROME SUNHo SirsROME
ROME Ho t Jon 8 8A A despatch dsptch from Spezzia Spezziasays Spul Spezziasays
says that a boiler boier tube exploded on the theIwttleship thehatll thebattleship
battleship hatll hlp Garibaldi Garihalcl today Five persons personswere personswere
prl
were wer injured Injure seriously seriouslyMatches sriously sriouslyMateht seriouslyMatches
Matches Restrain Uetraln Cigars CigarsThe Clan ClanTe CigarsThe
The Te Diamond Dimond Match atch Company Cmpany obtained obtainedon obtaiP
on Injunction Injunctonyeshray yesterday from frm Judge La Lacombe l lcmo Lacombo
combo cmo in the United Unltl States State Circuit Cirit Courts Courtsrestraining Curt Courtsrestraining
restraining r1trnlng the WaldorfAstoria WaldrAtr Cigar Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany from frm making and d selling Ili certain certainmatchen oraln oralnmatchl certainmatches
matches matchl for which the th Diamond Damond Match Matchpeople Matchpeople atch atchpple
people pple hold hl the patents patnts I I II
ri riCOLLIE J
I COLLIE COLIE BESTS A BULL B TERRIER TERRIEA TERRIERA ERRER ERRERA
A DOB D D Flfhi Fii to 11IdI Which Brain fl nin Work Wok Conn ConnMore Counted CountedMore
More Mor Than T Ante Bt Strength StrengthITHACA 8 StreogthITHACA I
ITHACA ITACAN N Y Jon Ja 8 BTa 8That That brain brn wrk wrkount work workcounts wor worcounta
counts ount more mor in Ia a fight fht than t brute brt strength strongtwas strgth strgthwa strengthwas
was wa Illustrated Uutrt today tay to t a group grup of Corne Corneprofessors CorneUprofessors
professors prte8r who while returning tumng fro froskating trm trmIkatlg from fromkat1ng
skating Ikatlg on onBb ouBoebe Beebe Lake Le witnessed wtne a tragic traglbattle trglo trglobate tragicbattle
battle bate between btwn two tw of the beat bt dogs i iIthaca in inIbaa inIthada
Ithaca Ibaa For years ar the tb valuable vauable bull bul terrier terrieowned ter terrierowned r rowe
owned owe by Dr Luzerne LU7re Covllle Cvie has h held th thchampionship the thechampionip thechampionship
championship championip But one bitter bitr enemy hai haihe had hadhe hadheinthrooollieownedbyProfW
he heinthrooollieownedbyProfW In the collie ole owned owne by Prof Prf W F Durand Durandhead Durnd Durndhea Durandhead
head hea of Sibley College Clege Several Sver time timethey timesthey
they had ha met and ad as 8 many times tie the thtpet thept thepet
pet pt of the engineering enginerng college ologo had beer beerwonted ben benwort beenworsted
wonted wontedToday wort worstedToday
Today they met for the lost lt time tme on the thiForest the theForst theForest
Forest Forst Home 10me road ra Just JUlt east of Slbloj SlblojCollege SibloyClege SibleyCollege
College Clege The Te collie cle was 1M being big whipped whippedwhen whippd whippdwhen whippedwhen
when of a sudden it seemed smed to realize realzo th thopportunity tle tleoppruty the theopportunity
opportunity oppruty and ad ran r to the edge ege of Fall FallCreek FuI FuICrk FUJICreek
Creek Crk Gorge Grge only ony a few feet fet away awayThe awayTe awayThe
The Te professors prfeSr who had ba tried tre to t part the theanimals theanima theanimals
animals anima dared dar not approach apprab the d dangerous dangerousspot dangerousspot nlerus nlerusspot
spot but the bull bul terrier trrier followed folowed and ad In e emoment a amoment amoment
moment the two were wer fighting fghting on the edge ege of olthe ofthe ofthe
the high precipice pripice Getting on the safe safeside se seside safeside
side the foxy collie cle inch by inch pushed pushedback pushe pushedback
back bak its Is opponent oppnent until unt over the edge ege it itBent Itnt itsent
Bent nt the bull bul terrier a hundred hundr feet to t its itsdeath IR IRdeat itsdeath
look it itrejoined Itrejoine itrejoined
death deat Then with a n triumphant trumphant lk
rejoined rejoine its master mlter Dr Coville Cvie with much muchlabor muchInbr muchlabor
labor Inbr regained rgaine the body of his hi terrier terrierand terier terrierarid I Iaud
and gave it a respectful rsptul burial burial The dog dogwas dogWQ dogwas
was WQ a great n Rrat pet pt all al over the t thcity thcityTENEMENT city cityTENEMENT cityTFNEIE
TENEMENT TFNEIE T HOUSE LAW UPHELD UPHELDAppellate rp LPI1ELDAppellat ELD ELDApelae
Appellate Apelae Division DIt810n Finds Fud One Section SectionConstitutional SectionConstitutional fclon fclonConltutonal
Constitutional ConstitutionalThe Conltutonal ConltutonalThe
The Appellate Appllte Division Dviion unanimously unanimouslydecided uanlmousl uanlmouslctcded unanimouslydecided
decided ctcded yesterday that tht the section 6clon of the theTenement theTenement theTenement
Tenement House I9uo Law Lw directing dircing the re removal removal romoral ¬
moval of school Ichol finks Ink from tenement houses housesand hou housesand e eand
and their replacing replncng by modern plumbing plumbingis
is constitutional cIltutional and Ind enforceable enforable both by bypenalty bypnnly bypenalty
penalty pnnly and by mandatory mandtor injunction InucIon The Thedecision ThE Thedecision
decision deciion arose arOe out of the suit of the Tene Tenement Tenement Termrnent ¬
ment House Houe Department Departncnt against agait Mrs MrsKnfle Mr MrsKatie
Katie Kn lp Moeechen Mochen who owns owl the premises premisesat prmis prmisat
at 332 33 East l t Thirtyninth street trt I a tenement tenementhouse teneme tenenienthouse t thouse
house containing twenty families familiesMrs famiel familiesMrs
Mrs M Mooschen f chen was wa fined tnM J50 15 50 in the Muni Municipal Municipal Municipal ¬
cipal Court Cour for her failure faiure to remove rmovo the theschool theIchool theschool
school Ichool sinks Rlnk in her house hoU She appealed appealedto appaltd appaltdto
to tho Appellate Applate Term Ter which whih sustained utained tho thofine thofne thefine
fine fne and aa thu Appellate Appelate Division Dviion has hi also alsoaffirmed atoafred alsoaffirmed
affirmed afred that judgment judgmentSubsequently judgmentSu judgmentSubsequently
Subsequently Su eqnentv the Department D prment brought broughtsuit
suit uit in the tll Supreme Suprme Court for a mandatory mandatoryinjunction mandatoryInjunction mandatoryinjunction
injunction to compel compl Mrs 1r Moeschen Mochen to tomake tomako tomake
make the change chang8 directed dirced by the law lawIn lawIn lawIn
In her fight fght Mm Ir Moetichen Molchen has ha been ben sup supported suppored ¬
ported pored by the Real Estate tate Owners Owne Associa Association osow ¬
tion The injunction asked alc for was granted grantedby
by I the Special Spcull Term and an appeal apJnl was wasthen W8 wasthen
then taken taltn to the Appellate Division DivisionIn DvIsion
In affirming afrming the courtbelow thtcourttlow ppllto the th Appellate AppellateJustice Appellte AppellteJUMtCC AppellateJustices
Justice JUMtCC say I that the only onl question queston to ba badecided UI bedecided
decided is II whether the law lw Is constitutional constitutionalThe consttutional
The property prOty owners say I that it is an un unreasonable unreasonable ¬
reasonable exaction which deprives them themof themof themof
of their property proprty excton without Wilout due process plO8S of oflaw ofInw oflaw
law They Tley also point pint out that In the case caseof cnl cnlof caseof
of Sirs fr Aloeschen lohn who has h8 only a 3500 53500equity 3500equity I
equity tQultv in her house hou e the change demanded demandedcosting demnndedlOlthig demandedcoating
costing lOlthig possibly pAibly 2800 I would almost wipe wipeout wip wipe wipeout
out her equity tQult in in the property prOI1rtThe propertyThe
The Appellate Applnto Division J ilon after ftr reviewing reviewingat
at length Ilngth all I Ore Iu precedents precedent in regard to tosanitary t tosanitary
sanitary fanltarv legislation legislaton finds tndl that thlt the section sectionin sectronI ctlon ctlonin
in question lrt on was Wl8 a valid vald exercise exercltof of the thoLijRislaturns theI theLgislaturns I
LijRislaturns I Ct aturR authority under its police policepower plCe plCepower policepower
power Possible hardship in Mrs Moes Moeschons Moa Moachenl rlooschions
chons chenl case cal cannot be allowed alowed to Interfere Interferowith Interferewith interferewith
with the enforcement of a just law lawRUTH lawRtTH lawRUTH
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I
RUTH CLEVELAND CI JEIAn BURIED BURIEDMeiwaKes Il1lD BURIED3lpesnges
MeiwaKes of KjmpaUiy From Many Beach Beachthe neaehthe fleaehthe
11 I 1 I lat Fom
the Bereaved Berfanc Family FamilyPRINCETON Fain FainPIINCETON FamilyPUINcET0N
PRINCETON PIINCETON N J J Jan 8 8The The funeral funeralof fueml fuemlof
of Ruth Cleveland Ceveld who died dle suddenly suddenlyyesterday suddenlyyestoray suddenlyyesterday
yesterday yestoray of diphtheria diphthEri took place from fromthe fromthe fromtime
the family famiy residence relidence on Bayard yar lane I t at
10 oclock ocock this morning Owing Owig to the thecontagious thecntagious thecontagious
contagious cntagious nature of the disease dilelse of which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the child chid died tho service Reric at the house housewas housewas housewas
was very brief and was Will attended attendt only by bytho bytire
the immediate er family fami and a few of the theclosest thecloRMt
closest friends of exPresident xPretident and Mrs MrsCleveland MrsCIveJand
Cleveland CIveJand Among Amonl these theo was President PresidentJohn Preident PreidentJohn PresidcntJohn
John H Finley of the Colleen CIf l of the City Cityof Ciy Ciyof
of New York Dean Drn Andrew Anelrtw West eet et of Prince Princeton Princeton Princetori ¬
ton and Dr Bryant DIant of New York who is isthe iRthe
the Cleveland family famiy physician Ihe he ser service service service ¬
vice was conducted cnduce by the Rev Iev Maitland MaitlandBartlett lllnd lllndBrllt
Bartlett Brllt pastor pltor of the First Firt Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch Presbyerian PresbyerianChurch PresbyterianChurrch
Church of Princeton PrincetonThe PrincetonTe PrincetonThe
The Te burial buril in the Princeton Princtton cemetery cemeterywas cemter
was private and took place immediately immediatelyafter ImmNlatelr ImmNlatelrafter immediatel immediatelafter
after the thl service serice at the house houle The To pall pallbearers pl palhearers ¬
bearers borer were President Prtlldent Finlev lnltv Doan Don West WestDr WeatDr WestDr
Dr Henry Henr van vn Dyke and Prof John JohnHibbcn JohnHhben JohrrIlibben
Hibbcn HibbcnHundreds Hhben HhbenHundres IlibbenHundreds
Hundreds Hundres of messages meR ge8 of sympathy sympathyare lympth lympthare
are coming cming from all al over the country cuntry to toAir toMr toMr
Mr and Mrs Cleveland Cleelnd President Prethlent loose Roosevelt Hoosvelt looseveil ¬
velt Secretary Sefetnry Cortelyou Mayor aor MeClelhn MeClelhnand McCInhIuiand lcIilf n nand
and A E I Stevenson HtovenRm who w was VicePresi VicePresident Yic ViceProddent Prl i idlnt ¬
dent dlnt during Mr Ir Clexelands Clevelnds second send term termare termare termare
are a few of the prominent men who havo havohastened havhaltpne huuuvohastened
hastened haltpne to express their sympathy sympthr to tho thofamily tlt tt ttfamily
family familyNone famiy familyNone
None of the rest rElt of the Clevelands hcs htsshown hcsRhOn hcsshown
shown any symptoms Iymptoms of the disease dIR Thu Thohouso ThuhOU8e Thuhouse
RhOn
house has been thoroughly fumigated fumigatednnd fumigate
nnd everything everyhing is being done to prevent preventthe prevnt prevntthe preventthe
the malady from frm speeding speedingOno spendingOne prding prdingOne
One other othlr death deth has occurred occure here from fromdiphtheria fromdiphtheria from fromdiphtheria
diphtheria Raymond Hmond Bowers Dwer the nine nineyearold ninuYtrld nineyearaid
yearold grandson rrdon of Charles Van Marter Marterfamiliar Marterfamiliar Iarer Iarerfnmlar
familiar fnmlar to all al Princeton as al St Peter Petersuccumbed Petersuccumbe Petersuccumbed
succumbe succumbed to tothe the disease dlsll last ist night nightPOOLROOM nightPOOI100U nightPOOLRCO
POOLROOM POOI100U MEN EV FINED FINEDIne FINEDOne InOne
One Pays Ps MSO 125GHnn 2g0Sevn Seven Others Other Must Pay PayEach P Pa
2 Each
William Wiiam Connors Cnnol who was wal arrested in inthe intho inthe
the raid on the John Brown Club Cub a 1 pool poolroom poolrom poolroom ¬
room rom at 127 Macdougal faeougal street stret was Wi fined fned S21 350 350yesterday 250yesterday
yesterday by Judge Cowing in General GeneralSessions General8Bions GeneralSessions
Sessions He paid the fine fineSeven fne fneSven lItreSeven
8Bions Seven Sven other poolroom plroom employees pleaded pleadeduilty pleadedBuly phoadedguilty
guilty Buly yesterday otcrd before bfore Judge Cowing In Ineneraf InGenerl InGeneral
General Generl Sessions Sions and were fined fne S2i 25 each eachIn enchIn erichIn
In two cases caleR where whlro the juries juries had disagreed disagreedbail dls gred gredban
bail was discharged Onn of the th two was wasJohn W8 wasJohn
John Hope HoP the Manhattan fanatan hank burglar burglarwho burglr burglrwho burglarwho
who was tried under undlr the name of John JohnWarren JohnWaren JohnWarren
Warren WarrenThe Waren WarenThp WarrenFire
The Thp five fve prisoners who wore arrested areltl in inthe inthe
the raid rid on the Eagle Hotel 10tei at West and andMorton andMoron andMorton I
Morton Moron streets strets on Thursday Tursday afternoon aferon were werearraigned werearaigned werearraigned
arraigned araigned l fore he > Magistrate Ommen In the theTombs thoTombs tireTombs
Tombs police plce court Magstrte yesterday and hold heldunder holdunder holdunder
under SIO 1000 bonds each for examination examinationon examinaton examinatonon
on Wednesday WednesdayB4VK Wrn1day Wrn1dayl WednesdayBIXK
B4VK l OFFICERS OfCEIS ARRESTED ARRESTEDTtic AIRESTBn AIRESTBnle
Tile le President Prtdenl and ane andCaahier Cashier of Doylestown DoylestownHank DoletowD DoletowDlauk I Iflank
Hank lauk Accused AccusedPHILADELPHIA Acuue AccusedPItmIAnEtplttA I
PHILADELPHIA PIIDEJPIIA Jan Jal 8 8Henr 8Henry Henry Lear Learpresident larresidcnt Learpresident
president and ad George Gerge Brock Brok cashier Chier ol oltho 01tho olthe
tho defunct Doylestown Doylftown National Bank Dnk were werearrewted werearrested ere j jarete
arrested arete this thl morning onlng and arraigned arraige before beforeUnited bfore bforeUnlf beforeUnited
United Unlf States Commissioner Commilloner Craig who whoheld whoheld whoheld
held them thlm for court The charge is Is mis misapplication mil misapplication ¬
application applcUon institution institutionAssistant instiuton institutionAssistant of funds fundI of a national natonal banking bankinginstitution bnking bnkinginstiuton bankinginstitution
Assistant M lstlnt District Diltrict Attorney AtorlY Thomson Thomsonsaid Thom Thomsonsaid on on8ld
said 8ld the amount Imount alleged alpjM to t have been ben mis misapplied m mappll misapplied ¬
applied appll would probably probhl reach 80000 or
70000 in each case Bail was fixed at 7 7Brains
500
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Young Richard Croker is to arrivenome arrivenomenext arrivebomennxt
next week from a visit to his father at atWantage J JWuntage
Wantage England His coming was In Interproted 4 f fLerproteui
terproted to mean yesterday in certain certainTammany i iTammany
Tammany circles that Richard Crokpr Br Bris jv i iis
is to arrive in New York cityearly la laFebruary inFebruary
February FebruaryThe Fk FkThe
The reports arising in consequence elicited eliciteda i ia
a statement to the effect that since the thoelection theelection
election of George B McClellanto McClellan to the theMayoralty theMayoralty
Mayoralty Richard Croker has not made a asingle J i isingle
single request of Leader Charles F Mur Murphy ¬ J Jpity
pity or Mayor McClellan It is known that thatmany I i irmranycnblemessagesandmanylett
many rmranycnblemessagesandmanylett cable messages and many letters ralsve have havebeen i4 i4been
been sent to Mr Croker by aspirants for foroffice uj ujchile
office under Mayor McClellan butto all of ofthese m mthee
these appeals for support and recommenda recommendation ¬ j t tlion
lion Mr Croker has roturnod n refusal refusalSome A ASome
Some of Mr Crokers responses tothcM tothcMappeals P Pappeals
appeals have been accompanied It was wassaid i isaid
said by those who know by a word to this thiseffect t teffect
effect I will explain when I return to toAmerica 4f t tAmerica
America if I ever do doExLleulGov doExLiaitGov
ExLleulGov William F Sheehan re returned mstuirireil ¬
turned yesterday from from his visit to Albany Albanythe 1 L2 L2time
the day dutv before where he went to consult consultwith consultwith
with Chief Judge Alton B Parker and ex exSenator Dl DlSiriator
Senator David B Hill preparatorytogoing preparatorytogoingon irel1aruLtor togoing jib k kon
on to Washington to be present withSena withSenaSenator withSenator with Sena Senabr ¬
tor McCarren In Judge Parkers interest at atWashington I
Washington during the meeting of the theDemocratic theIemnncratio
Democratic national committee on Tues Tuesday ¬ j jlay
day lay hi hiit
It was learned last night that o short shorttime shorttimo
time ago Senator McCarren had a talk talkwith i iwimhNornuinEMackofliuifialoDemocratle
with wimhNornuinEMackofliuifialoDemocratle wimhNornuinEMackofliuifialoDemocratlenational Norman E Mackof Buffalo Democratic Democraticnational
national committeeman for the State and andthat andlhrit
that there wa was soma thought at the time timethat timethat
that Mr Mack might give giv his 1ti proxy to toSenator i iljerjrttr
Senator McCarren so that Senator McCar McCarren ¬ 1 1romi
ren could Hpaak up for Judge Parkor at attho atthu
tho meeting of the national committee at atWashington fi fiWashlngton
Washington WashingtonAccording mil milAccording
According to the thebest best Information lnformationthough though thoughMr J
Mr Mock 3Iac consulted with Mr Hill on their theirvisit 5 5visit
visit here to attend the McClellan dinner dinnerat Ii rtjt rtjtLit
at Sherrys and as a resultof that talk talkMr t tMr
Mr Jlnck declined to give his proxy to Mr MrMcCnrren u uMcrrirrin
McCnrren McCnrrenMr
Mr Hill and Senator McCarren haye not notbeen 11 i ilecri
been In political accord for severalyears severalyearsand several years l larud
and Mr Hill it was said last night does not notcare 1 1earn
care to turn a hand whereby Senator SenatorMcCarren t i iMcCarren
McCarren could secure any honor even eventhough 11 l J JI
though I thai honor included a helping helpinghand 3i
hand to the Presidential candidacy of Chief ChiefJudgo i i1111g
Judgo 1111g Parker ParkerWith i
With Vitli thin situation in view it was said saidMr 1 1Mr
Mr Sheohan went to Allwny not only for forthe fortIi
the tIi purpose of discussing affairs ingeneral ingeneralwith in general i i iwhIt
with Mr Hill and Judge Parker but also alsoto i ito
to to ascertain if the decision not to give givnSenator I I 4i
Senator McCarron Mr Macks proxy could couldnot couldluOt
not lie changed changedIt a ll llIt
It was ascertained last night nlht that no nodefinite ii I hf r rdefinite
definite understanding concerning cencerntn the mat matter ¬ j u uicr
ter was reached but that before the thonational j jnational
national committee assembles otherefforts othereffortswill
will he made to induce Mr Mack to give givehis giveiris
his proxy tn Senator McCarren The Thearrival Thearrival
arrival of Willliain J Bryan may have havethe haveit
the it effect of settling the matter It was waswild h hertl
wild last night at the Hoffman House for forto
to 1 reason that Mr Mock prinarily owes oweshis 50 t ji jiIii
his Iii place ns Democratic national committee committeeman f fmmratm
man for tire State to the support of Mr MrBryan e eBryan
Bryan and Mr Bryans friends friendsMAKRIED friendsMARRIED
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loot ni at tire niAatafv ot toe brlilo bflieS parent pnrentMontclslr parentMontclair
Montclslr N J 1 by the Ilcv Ucwfllyn a aKiilmr S j P PFuInir
Kiilmr Cornell Cvstlrnr daughter9J tiaitgiitr f Ur Urami f r rand
and Mrs James 0 St vcns to Samuel ICctcUua ICctcUuaof P Pof
of MontiUlr
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ThoinM 11 Hclano need M yean yeanFuneral ynirsIurucral
Funeral from his late reiidinrc Tuesday Itu bda Jaa JaaI2lh 13 a 1 112th
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HILUNOTOX I3ILllGTtXt At bl hta < rcHcTiv M a Xlartlion sY sYon v von
on Friday tan N Dr I ir Oiridluj K i Dlillnietoa DlillnietoaNotice liliiflgtoaNotice
Notice at funeral urnafter urnafterIIOIDT tt4 4 4liOIITAt
IIOIDT liOIITAt At tier rraldth < vH N Kail 37th St Louisa LoolsflA I i iIbidr
A UoMl wife wit of tirorgr C llJldt In th 434 434year d dyear
year ot her nee neeFuneral V
Funeral svrvlcea at the residence on Monday MondayIan tf tfmu
Ian nth I h nt II I I ofivii ot ttr rrlvnte Interment IntermentFriend tfj
Friend will kindly omit flowers lloiveriFERGUSON
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FERGUSON 1CItGUSNt At Central Valley JT yJin I Jsn a 1IJ1 y y11oi
101 lames FrnnrU M I son of tti tIle l laW t tJnhn i a aJohn
John nml arid Frnctixon FrnctixonA
A special train trnmn via Krlo Iullroail will leave foot footc i
c > m Chrmbcri St Xcw York a at iilnr mrlri 0 oclock oclockon J JOut
on Saturday rrornlnz Jan 1 and ponver ponverfriends J u ufrIrnd
friends and relative in end from Central Val Valley ValI ¬
ley I where funnel nerrlra will be helJ on ar arrival ¬ I 4
rival of train trainGII1US iralaGIIIIISStuIciculy
GII1US GIIIIISStuIciculy Suddenly nt Mi ilititIatr > nt > lilr X on Prtiur PrtiurJtn i 1 1ini
Jtn 8 IIMI ian nftypholJ tf t iiJlJ fv fvr r lames Cnurcn Cnurcnlbls 2 i iiitbis
iitbis < lbls son of riilu A t and the tato A AITipIc t tmrnle
ITipIc > > bs In the 4rth year of hl hii a ngc c criinrrll p i iIIiTurhi
riinrrll will i > held Sunday Inn 10 from tromhia his late Utureldenec fi 4 f freidenea
reldenec 7M Illnomllvld itlnnnrli il av MoMclilr N J JCarriages r rnnloge
Carriages nnloge will niict trali leaving New cw VorU VorUI2l l7il i a
I2l I P M I U L A W road at WUinlngfon NO NOpap 1III j
pap C3thIi r plfrti phitGTlnSAurnle > rop ropOIMIRS
OIMIRS GTlnSAurnle Annie beloved wile ot the late John JohnCJIlllej P J
CJIlllej CJIlllejFuneral allire 41 7 4
Funeral servlivi at tlie iii reatdmrA u r MM J n nfully 8rir
fully rir 2152 i2 Washington av a The limn on onSimlny t tSiniW
Simlny Jm 10 at I P I U 1tIihur7ti IMUhurjti sail saililjxziiiv t
iljxziiiv piiijr p paq > vi eopy eopyGOI1WIV it ii iiGOIW1XIarkc
GOI1WIV GOIW1XIarkc Iarkc Godwin In the th will year of oflili otIru
lili Iru axe axeThe ag r i
The funeral will lake IIaec > lnrc from from tl tIn < 4 Ghureh dhurc ol olthe ofIh
the Ih Mr MIsi lali SlUr st imd Parli av on Satur Saturday Ssiurtar ¬
day Jan I 9 IDol at 10 oclock A r M MOKKILNFIIMU 1 i ialt
OKKILNFIIMU alt mi iliru At Morlchlr N 1 Frnejt nrnstn son of ofJoseph ofJoeph
Joseph MeCiellan and Addle taltilrCtilshnlm ChlMinlm tinrnacld tinrnacldntd O4 O4nctt
ntd n monlhi 3 ihyi ihyiFuneral f
Funeral private privateSTOUKHOn I I
STOUKHOn Wednem lVeiiict0 jm it VijusU Bur Burriu lu 7 7flub
flub ttiorcr In tbs SHU > ear at of iwr a aFuntial ats atsIlnmal
Funtial Ilnmal mvlce will 1 hvlil at tier Uta za rest rwlctenec I
ctenec 0 Kast TJ M on Saturday ixiornlnc Vc rntnr It
Jan 0 at ID Ii oclock ciock Interment attne 3t ° ths coo couvcnlmcr t iT i ienlcnce
vcnlmcr of f family familyTKLFOBfl fLtflhi It A4 A4TELFOllp
TKLFOBfl On n Friday Jan S Kate Amen alto lfeol lfeolJohn of ofJobn
John M Telfiint TelfiintFuneral E
Funeral service ai her lat < rMtdiice TO Central CentralPark Ii
Park HCMI on yimdny Jnn Id at l3d P 11 t t1milrmeat
Interment prtvutr prtvutrTUCKER a aTUCKCR
TUCKER At t While 1lalrn after H brief UIu ilhrmeu j UR
George If Tucker In Ida 7d year Iib
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