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VOL JJXLJH1 142 W YORK WEDNESDAY JANUARY lANUARY2Q 2Qi I904 1904c cwrfe AI O v i8I1nJ > rllllin lIl1dP1lt1t AlfOcilltoa PRICE T0 CENTS
la assail 8S t t and Gould In Different Can Canlilclnt CanJldnt
lilclnt Sleet Ieet and Were Not at Dinner DinnerAfterward DlQ er erMtlrrdToalt
Afterward MtlrrdToalt Tout Drank There to Bel Belmnntnml I I1II0nl
mnntnml 1II0nl nml McDonald as a Twin Stars StarsAnother StarI
I Another party of unofficial subway subwayopeners ubwa ubwaopenert
openers was pumped on handcars from fromCity fromCIty
City Hull to 125th street yesterday yeeterd y and andthenw andthenle
thenw driven to Claremont for dinner dinnerOn
On New X Years Day It was a political party partyYesterday partyestwla
l Yesterday estwla it was railroad men men and finan financiers financiers ¬
ciers who have direct or indirect < t interests interestsin
t in New York who were weretbe the guest gueetor of Messrs MessrsBelrnont MeMr8Belmont
Belmont McDonald and Freedman FroedmanTlia
J Tlia party was carried in I five Italian Italianpower ItalianpoW
power handcars with trailers four fourfor for the thefinanciers thefinan
financiers finan < rrs with the direct orindlrect inter interi
i < i and one for reporters The passengers passengerson
on ll lilt > first four cars it was conservatively conservativelyretimated eonservativel1tftimaterl
retimated were worth collectively a trifle trifleover trifteocr
over JWOOOOOOO and represented lump lumpinterests lumpIntNests
interests of about 4000000000all 4000000000 4000000000Wall
Wall all Street had previously heard with a atreat al
l treat rel1t deal of Interest that George J Gould Gouldnnd Gouldand
and A 1 Cawatt would both be in the party partybut partybllt
but those tho e who were fre anxious to Mie IMe how howiliey howII
II iliey y would greet each other after fter their theirrecent tbelrrpcenl
recent battle of the telegraph poles were weredisappointed weredi
disappointed disappointedMr di > llppointcdlr
Mr lr Gould and Mr Cossatt rode on ondifferent ondiffernt
different hand cars and when hen the pas passengers pasFenglrs ¬
sengers alighted to examine the Four Fourteenth Fourtpenth ¬
teenth street and the Grand Circle stations stationsthey statiolYlthy
they seemed interested In widely different differentparts dlllerentparis
parts of the construction whenever they theygot tbeyot
got ot close enough for recognition Before Beforetho Beforetho
tho dinner at Claremont both bo h were called calledaway callcdaway
away by other engagements and departed departedIn
In automobiles automobilesThe
The cars carS wore started from the City CityHall CityHa1
Hall station some time after 2 I oclock oclockwith oclockith
with ith about fifty yards headway to toavoid toavoid
avoid any collision of financial interests interestsTho InterestsTho
Tho first car in charge of August Bel Belmont Belmont
mont contained Jacob H Schltf J W WAlexander WAlex3ndlr
Alexander Robert Ro > crt Bacon A J Cassntt CassnttFrederic Casdattfp
Frederic fp eric Cromwell and James II Hyde HydeThe Hyderho
The second Cond car in charge of John B BMcDonald BMcDonald
McDonald carried Valentine P Snyder Snyderpresident Snyderpre
president pre idlnt of the Bank of f Commerce George GeorgeJ
J Gould James Henry Smith Cornelius CorneliusVnnderbilt Corneliusranderbill
Vnnderbilt John D Rockefeller Jr and andAlfred audlrred
Alfred lrred Skitt SkittOn SkittOn
On the third car in charge of Perry PerryBclniont PerrrBelmont
Belmont were Robert H McCurdy Charles CharlesM
M 1 Jacobs Andrew Freedman Clarence ClarenceH
H Mackay James SpeyerJVilliam Speyer WIlliam Barclay BarclayParsons Barola1Parsons
Parsons the subway engineer and George GeorgeWIckersbam GeorgeWlckereban
WlckerebanThe WIckersbam WIckersbamThe
The fourth car passengers pA engelS were George GeorgeW
W Young De Lancey Nicoll Elliott Elott Greg Gregory Ore ¬
ory or John F ORourke ORurke Samuel Rea Ra and andF andF
F 8 Curtis CurtisThe Cris CrisTe
The Te subway subwy was wa a pleasant pleant relief rllf from fromthe frm frmthe
the zero ze weather wetber above abve ground gound the air airBooming airsm
Booming several svrl degrees dege warmer wamer Tho Thotrip rhoay
sm ay w WOI lghte wth g a elercty elerctyand
and thO who ha bn on tbe preous preoustrp
trip called attention attenton to the te progress that thathad tht ththa
had ha the trp line lineTie been b made m since aic New Years Yeall prg all along alongthe alog alogtbne
tbne i Tie tunnel tnellbrr laborers when whe they te saw the thepasty te tePu
pasty Te coming dropped dropn their work Wrk to t lend lendthe led ledthe
Pu the cars oT 0m a helping hand Just JI before bfore the theSixtieth te teSIJt
SIJt Sixtieth street Itt station atton was wa reached nhe one of ofthese1 ofthM
thM these1 men me narrowly narwly escaped l8pe a serious seriousaccident arou
aodent accident As A he was a reaching roh out to t push pushcar puh puhc
car c 3 he slipped and was wa pinned plnne to t the theground te tegrd
ground grd by sUpp the th rear rer wheel whe The Te car c waa waabrought 8
brought brught up with wt a Jerk and andt the passengers passengersjumped
jumped to t the mans m s assistance assistanceI 8ltac pger
I Jump Mr M Gould who was w the te first ft to t reach reachUMm rh rhhlml
UMm L hlml found foun that tat Instead Int of having hvi hia hl arm armcrushed a
crushed crUe aa every e OM O had ha feared fe the te man manof
of w8 his hI mely coat coatAt ldt < f un > by te v
I At dwOrda e staUoplW staUoplWparty of the theuel
A te teIRI
party IRI tQ Charfes a i M i Jaet Jaetadvisory IUI uel Rea Reaent R
adv advisory engineer Mtd Mtdrespectively ent entad entptletot
respectively of lh Pew PewFayette ad adof
Fayette Favett ptletot a B01 Curtis second r ircw resldent resldentof ldet ldetorie a
of orie the New Ne York Yok New Ne Haven HTDaHto afirt Hartford Hartfordand
and W B Parsoasof of the subway posed for forn torphotgaer
Pb t
n photographer p
photgaer photgaerYt1
Veara Yt1 ago Chief Cef Engineer Curtis Cri and ad John Joh
1 McDonald McDnld were Wer Egner fellow folow laborers Ibrn on the theHarlem theHIJem
Harlem HIJem road rod later lr when wh Mr Curtia Cl waa waan wa
n member membr of tho Fourth Fouh Avenuo Avenu Improve Iprve
1 A > I 1 K Jt I Ihis
mpn Comiion he gai M MDnld MDnldii
ii his inspector inspectorAt IMpor IMport first fJt start ItAr by bYlppintlg appointing him hi a masonry maonr
At t 125th 12 th street strt the he guests with the e ex exfeller excto
cto or Mer Guld Dhu wth Rke RkefeUer
feller and ad Cofisatt Ct who had ha other engage engagem engage
ments nte driven to Claremont where
m were we dven Camont whre a alight a
light dinner de in which whch the te piece pl c de resistance resistancewan r eltace eltaceWo
wan Wo hot mince tc pie pi was a served eer to t the finan finanbulldlng fnan fnance
buldig bulldlng ce a a logtbi on tbe rver side of the thebuldig
In the middle of tliople course curoMr Mr Wicker WickerBhara Wickersham
sham arose arn and called ee for a standing endg toast toastto tOt tOttG
to thaw thOtlar twin stars John B McDonald McDonaldand McDnald McDnaldiAUUt
and iAUUt August Beunoot BeunootI
I wish n to Blont BlontI say fY said ed Mr M Belmont Blmont In re reDonas r
81 Donas thatit tIW > was my m complete complet confi confidence ont ¬
dence eno in the character and ability abity of Mr MrMcDonald MrJfcD
chat an
McDonald JfcD d that ItJellme letl i me to t put the reputa reputation ruta rutatcn ¬
tion tcn of rnynelf m11elf and ad my firm fr into this thl enter enterprise entr
prise Pm How well wel my m judgment judgent of his hischaracter hl
character < harter and id ability abity has ha been bn justified justifiedyou justte
you have seen sen today tosJ
At A the close CI0 of Mr Blonts n1 u uAs
ph phtere
tere wer loud crlM for the otber twin twinrenty
As vros recently said explained Mr
renty eJ llne
1fDonld McDonald I am ama a knight kIght of the pick and andjpadn ad ade
jpadn e n not no a knight In ht of tha dictionary dltony ITo IToMr
Y Mr Belmont I thank you sir sirMr sirMr
Mr Belmont Bplont asked ake yu to t be b excused eouse as asM 8
M t had a dinner engagement eJlt8oment and feared feareduut fee
uut I the dinner dnner would ould be b rather an un ununal undUI
unal excuse for being late tte at another
anoter anoterel
dinner dinnerThnt dUI el
Thnt Tlt ovory evtry one was wa pleased pll with wih the thewbway theilbUway
ilbUway wbway can cln be seen S n from these remarks remarkswlleoted remrks remrksod
wlleoted od etd and faithfully flthfly tabulated tabulate by An Ant ¬
drew t Freedman FreedmanJohn Freedmanoh
John oh P Rockefeller Rockeeler Jr Much surprised eUlprhed at atw
w M work Great enterprise en lrI8 lrI8tCtllaren
tCtllaren Carenco Mackay Aackay Far rxyond ond antlcl
Wtion 01 A nvelatlon nvelatlontruu rfIaton rfIatontJach antcl
truu tJach rUtton I Shlff Shif Am meA ed nt lt leat wat con conA
A 3 Jd Oassatt ataat Marvellous Marvelous Mostpractlcal Most a
1 Frsrto tt WCtlOTl IC Cromwell Comwel Magnificent Malnl cen con conttoJnaM
ttoJnaM Jamcn cant n express fxprMS Hyde So It far fa In excess excCS of antlcipa antlcipacant antclpll antclpllcant
f H McIntye Malpilcnt im imlenry prGpOiton prGpOitonIamlln
Henry lenry Smith Had no Idea of such suchnt eucbcent
Iamlln IamllnHenry cent nt construction constructionjjraesSpeyer
cGnstrcton cGnstrctonJ
lel Jacobs and
J Pclcal lubt
jjraesSpeyer el 8peyer Magnificent Mflnllcent proposition propliton proplitontl ntal
11 r Belont Far In eces or expecta expectaA
A gentleman who ought I know told toldr tld tldr
r 0rtor r aft ta the to dinner dinne fi tut tt If 11 any ayone ayonev one
n v Ud wk L k him if there tere was 18 a rumor ror to t tho tholubway
I to
efe It In
tn yestrdays ha
d dbto bto c any
plali Belont project projectTI
> J TI lubway a extensions extenion he hod hl nothing noting to toJ t
1 Th Te Girt or Justice JuUe DUon Don of New Jersey Jerseyto ere eretl
tl to IIli 111 Dancnter DancnterMiw Daoste
Miw UI Elizabeth Eliabth Dlxon D1on a I daughter of
Jurtioe Jwtc Jonathan Jonthn Dixon D1on of the New Jersey Jer ey
supremo Suprmo Court Cour and Robert Rbr Cox Co Post Pot were wereJfjried wer
Jfjried last evening evning at the th home of the theIrtoe
Irtoe rde s parents plrents 479 47 Jersey Jerey avenue Jcreey Jcry
tity ty Miss 11 Bertha Brth Dlxon was wa the maid maidof mid midor
of honor and a d Edward EdwM Postwasbcstman PostwasbcstmanKit POtMbtmn
hr brdelmalds were the MiM Helen
P and M
m Lur D1on ad Ma
Jore Post
Aolg theprnts wa a aIf
Kit If to t Unhltd 0 tho t 0 bride brde brdeBTHINO Sta es bnd JUt0 Dions i iBATHINO
mmViJed bl 10Ied t011 thd QUlckwt and wllh
m rnOI rahed lb lbPt
Pt L e ffS10 by y S Sabarl bo ra nortrta Foid UrrtJted Lmle le Su Suo SuoI
PtPt I Pt Ptby man Trn cmj at Drwtrm
fftOe o CIPeIIar 01 U BlwTAc I ge
1 1H
M ThletNnd T ebu Alo Alio Attacks Atac 1 l1 In tftna tftnat Meeting Meetingt
t Oppose Ope Sale of ofnal ofnalp Canal CanalSpecial
Special p laCall CttNi Dltpatcti DP IClO 0 TUB T SOV St v vPABIU
PABIU PIla Jan ID 10A A meeting metng to oppose opposethe oppe oppetho
the sale ae of 0 the t Panama Pan Canal Calt to the United UnitedStates
States Stt waa wuieldhere held here today oayTh The treaty treatyrepresentatives trt trtrpresenttv
representatives rpresenttv of the tbeLtrAmerJ LatinAmerican an re republics ¬
publics publ0er were presoat presoatM prat
M 11 Thlebaud denounced denouncd the sale Ile as a crim criminal crlmIna ¬
inal He said the te Government Governent had failed failedin raied raiedhl
in its It djty duty In the premises prmlsa and that the thecompany thecmpany
company cmpany was sa a gangiof gan fr speculators speculatorsHe speclators speclatorsHe
He attacked atake the tle Credit r ltLyonnas Lyonnais but buthis buths
his hs special spal thunder was reserved rre for M MBunauVarilla 1
BunauVarilla BuauVarla the te Minister Mnlter of Panama Panllmat PanllmatWahinton at atWashington
Washington Wahinton whom he called cale a traitor trtor and andwhose andwhos
whose whos firm frm he declared delared was Wi compelled cipeleto cipeletorefu to torefund
refund refu two millions milon overcharged ovelharge for work workdone workdone
done for rorthe the old company companyM
M I Tiebaud Thlebaud denounced denounc M 11 Jusserand Jusserandthe userand userandthe
the Frenbh Frnch Ambassador Ambaaorat at Washington Washingtonfor
for receiving rivng such 8u ha a plenipotentiary plellpenUlr with withopen wIthopn
open opn arms armsHe a
He Hedett added that he feared rear that the appe appetite ap apUte ¬
Ute of the United Unie States State had hd been only onlywhetted onlywhete
whetted whete by devouring Spains Spin colonies coloniesPanama clones clonesPanma
Panama Panma would be followed folowed by bythe the French Frenchcolonies Frenchcolonies
colonies coloniesHe coloniesHe
He demanded that M 11 Delcassl DlciS the theFrench theFrnch
French Frnch Foreign Forign Minister clarify the actual actualstatus acual acualstatus
status of M BunauVarilla BunauVarillaTHEATRES BunauVarla BunauVarlaTl1EATRES
Manager of Chicago Clcao Say the New Law Lawmil Lw
mil 11 Hnln Them m All AllCHICAGO AUCICOO
CHICAGO CICOO Jan 19 Chicago Chcgo theatre theatremanagers thetre thetremanager
managers manager abandoned abndone today their one onesided ¬
sided side fight and the announcement announcementwas announcment announcmentwa
was wa mado mde at nearly every eer playhouse that thatunder thatuDer
under uDer the new nw city cty ordinance ordInnc there ther was no nohope nohop
hope hop of continuing cotnuing in business buslnls The retro retroactive retr ¬
active actve provisions prviion of the measure mCure put the theolder theolder
older theatre tpetra out of the running rnning and some someof somof
of f the more stringent and radical radicl improve improvements Improvements ¬
ments and alterations alterton provided provide for will willmake wi
make mAe it impossible Impible the managers manger say sy to tooperate tooperte
operate operte the new ones so 8 that their proprie proprietors proprietor ¬
tors tor can cn make a living alhlngWlbout livingWithout
Without Wlbout the galleries gUerej it is said no theatre theatrein
in Chicago Chicg can on be b opened opnld with ltl profit The Thebooks Te Tebk
books bk of several 1vrl managers managrhow show that with withthe withthe
the revenue from the top floor eliminated eliminatedthe elminated elminatedthe
the receipts recipts would wuld fall rai below blow the expenses expensesTo oxpnses oxpnsesTo
To change chg the rise rs in the seats st in the thegallery thegater
gallery gater would mean men practical prctcal reconstruction reconstructionfor reconstrcton reconstrctonfor
for nearly nerly every ever theatre thet in the city cty Even EvenMoVlckers
MoVlckers with wih its Is thirty thiry exits eit and four fouropen rourop
open op spaces 1p confronts confrnt so many mny insur insurmountable ¬
mountable obstacles ob tacle that tht it will i be b im impossible impssible ¬
possible pssible for It ever to t resume lume operations operationsaccording opratons opratonsaocrlg
according aocrlg to t the management mDagemen Every Everyother
other house hou in the city ciy Is i doomed doome by the theaction theaction
action of tho Aldermen Alderen last lat evening say saythe ey eythe
the proprietors proprietorsAlthdugh prprietor
Althdugh Alhugh the language lngae of o several sv of the thesections theaton
sections of the ordinance is
aton ordin 1 confusing confusingthe cning cningte
the able to understand
te mana gen are ndeund enough enoughof
of It to know that It means me ruin ri to them themJudge
Judge JJdg Kohlsaat Koblsat today toY decided decdt that thatthe thatthe
the case CI of a young woman who holos lost losther
her life lre In a fire fr panic Qio Is I a proper proPr one onefor no noor I
for or trial trl In which wlcht to brng bring suit sIt for dam damages da ¬
ages a s The Te suit against agaln t tho owners OWen of the thebuilding I
building buidig at 12S 12 Dearborn Derbrn street strt was WO brought broughtby bruJllt I
by 3 Pr PFal Farley y administrator dmillt or of the estate estateof estateof
of Ellen EenMcLugbln Mclaughlin who was ws killed Idlld In tho thofire thoftre
fire psplo thereon thfron July 251900 251900Tho 210
Tho Te case and Its It result rl have hve been bn watched watchedby watche
riot Totl by relatives rltives fans fansEight of a number numbr of Troquols Iroquoi fire fireriot fr
Eight Egh churches chqrhe were closed cloe by Chief ChiefONeiU Cef CefONel
ONeiU ONel tojday on orders orde from Building BuildingCommissioner Buidng BuidngCmmlaoner
Commissioner Cmmlaoner Williams WilliamsLouis WIUma WIUmaLul
Louis Lul Wlte Willhe Charles Cales Conwaj Cna1 and Thomas ThomasMcCarthy Toml
McCarthy the who confessed that
MoCy onusld tat they theyrobbed tey teyrbb
robbed rbb the t body bdy of a viotlm viotm of the te Iroquois IroquoisTheatre Iroquoi
Teat Theatre disaster dlslstr were indicted today by bythe byte
the te Grand Jury JuryBIMWUP Jur JurBIVP
Blait Dili Put Pt In 1O Years Are or Lets L De Deddci De
ddci cde to Co GoOI Off OffAn
An A Italian Itlan laborer labrr drilling dlng rock rck in the sub subbasement sb sbbemet
basement bemet of the American Aerc Museum Mueum of ofNatural ofNaturaBltr
Natural NaturaBltr History on Manhattan Mhtt Square Squarewas Suir
was W moro or less l blown blow up yesterday yetray by bywhat bywht
what wht his hs bosses bB say sy was the explosion exlosion of ofa ofa
a sixteenyearold s1tenyrld blasting bltig charge chge that thathad thathad
had been bn latent latt in the rook rookTho rookTo
Tho To explosion explsion was w a trifle te What inter interested Intr
ested et the museum musm authorities athortel was wa to know knowhow knowhow
how the explosive came ce to t be b hi i the cellar cellarWorkmen cUar cUarWorkmen
Workmen trenches In the solid solidrock
are ar cutting cttng trnche sold soldrck
rock rck to t carry cr the new drainage drinae system systemThe systm systmTho
of the contract that thattho th
The terms trs cntrct require ruire t tthe
the rock rocl shall shl1 be b broken brken out by drilling drillingand drlng drlngand
and wedging weging and blasting blatng is forbidden forbiddenSplitting forbiddenSpltng
Splitting Spltng out rock with wedges weg0 is older olderthan olderthan
than Egypt but It isnt a process proC to t com commend cm cmmend ¬
mend itself ltl to t the men on the job when hen the thework theork
work ork going on Is out of sight and sound sund of ofeverybody ofeverb
everybody everb dy but the drillers driler and ad avery lver little littlegiant lte ltegiat
giant giat powder lightly IghUy tamped tmped will 1 do a alot alot
lot of spiriting splin with wth scarcely Icly any fuss rUI bo bofore bofore
fore 9 oclock ocock in the morning moring when whe nobody nobodyis nobdy nobdyII
is around aroundTha aroundTho
Tha drillers drier listened lstne open opn mouthed mouthe while whilethe whie whietho
the boss bl explained explaine how the te explosion hap happened happne ¬
pened pne an1 an dlvll dlyl a grain of ofpowdor jpowdor on onthe onthe
the Job JobIt JobI
It I was W the bottom botom of an old blast bllt he said saiddriven saiddriven
driven into Int the tail tl end of the thodrU drill hole holewhen holewhen
when the cellar clar was wa being shaped ehape sixteen sixteenyears sixten sixtenyeara
years yeara ago agoThe
yearaTe The Te trench trnch Is four feet ret deep dep where whcr the thoblowup theblowup
blowup happened and the th only visible con connection on onneton ¬
nection neton with wth the seat set of the explosion explllon Was Wasthrough wP
through the blackened blakone mouth mo tb of a small smallhanddrillhole n
handdrillhole hole
Two To auk of the Adams Acm tapreni Epf Company CompanyLocked compny compnyLocked
Locked Up lp for Theft TheftArthur et etArhur
Arthur Arhur Woodill Wodi 30 years yon old ld of 155 Rem Remeen Rm RmseD
een street stret Brooklyn Brklyn cashier Cler of the Adams AdamsEJpress
> EJpress Epr Companys Compnys office o1c at 309 30 Canal Canalstreet Cnl CnlItret
street Itret this city was arrested arted late1 late1yester lty yester yesterday ter terd ¬
day d afternoon artm on with Arthur OGrady OGry a aolerk aolerk
olerk hi I the th office ofo who said eld he Hved lvet t 168 168East 168Et
Thirtyeighth street The arrests arrestswere
East Et Trtyelgbth strt Te arrts arrtswer
were wer made mde on the complaint cmplint of Amador AmadorAndrews Amdo r rAdrews
Andrews Adrews the companys cmpbys general gnerl agent agentwho agnt agntwho
who charged brgfd them with grand larceny larcenyThe lrcny lrcnyTe
The Te Headquarters prisoners prlner wero we lookea lcked up In Police PoliceHeadquarters Polc
HeadquartersAccording HedqUrten
According Aorig to t the police plc Mr 1lr Andrews Andrewscarrying Andrws Andrwsay
the two
roungmen hve bn bncrig
ay carrying tht dumml0 on the payrolls fo foseveral for forsoverl
several soverl crig months mnth OGradV OGrdt it JyrU is I charged chargedmade ohrt
made out the lists lit bearing brng the fictitious fictitiousnames
names name me and Woodill as 1 cashier ohler paid pid the themoney te temoney
money knowing ko ll the list ltwa was fraudulent fraudulentThe fruduent fruduentTe
The Te police say r that tht the prisoners proner ad admitted a ¬ I
mitted mlte Jloe their guilt uit and an that tht they tey got away awaywith
with between btwon 18000 10 and 110000 10000 Woodll Woodllhas WodlU WodlUb
has been bn in tho employ of tho to company companyfor
b cmpny cmpnyfor
for about three te years y OOrady OGrdy has h been beenan bn bnAn
an employee a year less lessWoodill le
Woodill Wol emplore has h yr a wife and two children childrenliving chidren chidrenIvlngln
living In Brooklyn According to thepolc the thepolice
Ivlngln Brkly Aordlp
police polc there ter has h been bn a good deal d of sick sickness ¬
ness nein in his hramUyof family of late lt go and an much of hia hiashare bi
share penses pD hr of the money mony went ent for fo medical o ex expenses e epD ¬
Congregation Unanimously Votes Votr 1U I Ix lAY lAYaltad > y yally >
ally altad and Affection Afecton and Condemns CondemnsHer C ndemnl ndemnlle
Her le Anonymous Trmlucer Taducelle Taducellelan She SheIavei
lan Him to tiod Goe Header Itader Say SayIf Sa SaI
If I anybody anyboy anywhere anywher ever o r Jiad Iad the t bo notion notionthat noton notontbat
that Mrs Mr Augusta Augusta E Stetson teson Is I not abso absolutely abs ¬
lutely in control of the th First llrt Church Churh of ofChrlat orCrlt
Chrlat Crlt Scientist Slentlt h he would wouldbav have learned learnedbetterat learnedbter
betterat bter at tie anntial imnqi meeting meetng of the congre congregation congr ¬
gation gton held last la night hi I the church churb Ninety Ninetysixth Nlnetyplxth
plxth sixth street strt and andgntral Central Park Prk West WestFor Wes
For Fr a month or so certain crtaIn members membr of ofthe oftbe
the congregation congrsatolhve have been bn saying that thatthere thatther
there ther would be a time tme at this ths meeting meetig syng and andthat andthat
that Mrs r Stetsons manner mnner of running rnning rnningthings
things as I well wel as a certain oraln schemes shele of hers hersto hersto
to succeed uced Mary Mar Baker Bker G Eddy Edy as head of ofthe ofth
the th Christian Crtln Science Sienc movement through throughout ¬
out the world orld would tie thoroughly and andmercilessly andmercle8ly
mercilessly mercle8ly exposed exposedNothing
exPed exPedNothing
Nothing of the sort srt occurred ourre Instead Insteada
a church chuh crowded crwded full fl of Mrs Stetsons Stetsonsfollowers Stet Ins Insfolowers
followers folowers vied Ied with wih each other in praising prising prisingher j
her The harmony hanony was BO thick you could couldhave culd culdlve
have lve cut It with a buzz saw sawAnd sawAnd
And when all al tho testimony tCtmony of love l ve and andconfidence andcfdenc
confidence cfdenc in i Mrs Mr Stetson had been bn spread spreadupon tprd tprdupon
the record the militant
upon rcord mltantmajori majority majoritywhich
which appeared appard to be b about abou the whole wholechurch wholecburh
church cburh took tok a mighty fall fal out Olt of the anti antiStetsonltes ant
Stetsonltes Stetsonlte by passing paln without wihout a peep from fromanybody lromanybdy
anybody anybdy these thes resolutions rslutons offered ofer by pp Brother BrotherStrlckler BrotherStrickler
Strlckler a Christian Science lawyer
ltA WArrta r < a Home person who conceals concals his hiachurch hisname
name but who claims toie a membr of thll
church bus hIs tried trie through throufh the publlo publo press pressIn prss prssto
to crlate tbe tmpresslGn bat tbere II disorl
In II the church and has h also als rnodo repeated repeatedattacks repeutd repeutdIttncks
attacks Ittncks upon UpD Mrs 1 Augusta AUKUt E E6teteon Stetson ma charg charK ¬
ing Inl among other things that she exercises exercisesarbitrary exercisesarbitrary
arbitrary aloni and uc dictatorial powers In the affairs affairsof atalrs atalrsof
of the church and also als charging clnrKlnt that she wan wanIn wal
In fact striving Itrlvlul to supersede BIPflele our beloved blovo and andrevered andrevered
revered now therefore thereforeKtooltett tbereroreRnolrel loader lller Mrs lf Mary ary Baker Dlker II Eddy Eddynow Jdd JddIIOW
Ktooltett That we deplore that any person personwhether
whether lie be a member lfmbr of this church ellrch prOD prODhethr or ornot ornot
not should try to tolnJure Injure the cause caul of Christian ChristianScience thrlstan thrlstanIclenC
Science IclenC by publlitilng pubUabint things that are ar so somanifestly somaniesty
maniesty manifestly untrue and oll whoever wbotver he may be bewe bl
we bellivo Ilevo him to lie worthy worth of our sym sympathy 1 ¬
pathy RS well l as of our eerumre eerumreKctohtit Cllre CllreRcoltd
Rcoltd Kctohtit That the te press prel of N New w York ctty cty
do a wave Injustice Inju611 to this church and to toMrs toMrs
Mrs Stetson 18e by publishing hlnt sensational snsatonal state statements stateI ¬
ments lents calculated calcula brlubU ed and designed deshrD to create createa
I a false fals impression Imprellon about her and ad her be great greatwork eut eutwork
work In this thl city cty upon the authority uuthorty of or ono ononertlon OIU OIUwho
who strike frol ambu upn ad wbo II Inwl
Inl tha hie nam be kown II con connerUon
nertlon with hu hi false fie aola accusations accusationsHtiolcrd aeUItonA aeUItonARUDrec
RUDrec Htiolcrd That for the purpose of re refuting refnthll ¬
futing fnthll the charges chorals so made we 11 purpe the members membersof memberof
of this thl church do hereby borby extend etend to Mrs MrsAugusta Jlrl
Augusta E 1 Stetson Stetn a vote ote of loving con confidence conand ¬
AUlsta fidence and thus testify tetly to our deep love lovefor lovetor
for her and to our great cat appreciation ap reatoD of tho thonoble tbenoble
noble community communityAnd work she hu ha done De and an U II doing dolnl in this thiscommunity thiscommunity
And we do soemnly declare that from the theago thetme
I she came to Yew 1ork sveren yeara yearaI
tme ago aloshe she has hulbor labored with unspeakable un8 al8ble loyalt loyaltthe loralty loraltyad
I ad devoton to our areat leader to establsh establshtbe
the cause CIM of Christian Chriltan Science Scence In this city cityand el
and as evidence evidec of the success succss of her labors laborswo
wo 0 point to this magnificent mall cnt church costing costingover cstng cstngover
over glOOOOOO every dollar dolar of which whtc wan wancontributed wal
entrlbuo contributed IIO as a a enr thank offering olerlnr to God by bypersons byprlnswho
persons prlnswho who have been ben healed through throughChristian throughChrltan l0
Christian Chrltan Science Scienc from fro among her students studentsand studentsanl
and the members membr of this amODI church churchGreater churchGratr
anl Greater Gratr etlll etl we point pint to the larl largo body boy of ofher ofherdevotd
her herdevotd devoted and loyal loyslstudentt students to the great greatnumber leat leatnum
number num r of Christian Chltan a Scientists 8clentlt Ind nd to the thestill thesti
still sti greater number of people pople In 11 this thl ctty cttywho el
who cave hveb latr been healed hAot of every ey kind knd of DI l k kneuand
neuand tstrations tstrationswith nead tstatons tstatonsTe disease dl8 throngh thrnab her hrCl Christian Uan juln julntstrations ln lntstatons
Te rlnK of te relutonW
with wih a etorm etor of f appla applawhich applu In th mids 8te of ofwbcl
wbcl which a brother broth6 in one of the rear r pews pewsin
pws pwsIn
in on a ecstasy of enthusiasm moved their theiradoption thir thiradopton
adoption adopton eQtosJ after everybody er1y present pant moe had hadsigned hadIgned
signed them themMiss themMI
Miss Laura C Lyman the first reader readerof
MI Lura Jyan te raer raerof
of the te church cuob who presided prIde called for a aand arii
rii vot Not a lul as I opposIton opposItona
and the tereluton resolutions were wre declared delar unani unanimously unanlmouslyadopte ¬
mously mouslyadopte a adopted adoptedIn
In reply rply Mrs M Stetson Sttn said saidA
A The gratitude grttude you feel fe e for whatever whateveryour btye I
your yoU association aoton with JU tub thl church chuh bos boswith I
I be
brught cnnot
a sUr
with the gratitude grttude I feel fel at this th moment momentDuring momet mometDuring cmpre
During all Ilhel these trying tng days da1 I have hveald hvealdQd said saidand
and Qd naia fid truly trly that tat there was wa nothing nothingbut
but harmony barmCny in this Uls church The event eventproves eventprovcs
proves the limit lmt of what wht I said sid If I there thereamong ther
b ono who hM tried to stir up dlsnslon dlsnslonamong
among us he has failed failedOur faied faiedOur
Our beloved blove leader leder Mary Mar Baker G GEddy GFdy
Eddy has hn no more mor humble or devoted devotedfollower devote
follower than thn I IAs
As A forthe dear der one who hot h spread sprd these thesereports te
reports rport I do not know who ho la but in insome InIme
some Ime way wa and ad at some sme time tme I eliall shal find fnd him himout himout I
out In tho meantime mentme let us pray pry that thatcither tht thtolthr
cither olthr God may I reform rron him or that He will willseparate wi
separate us from him himStetsons hi
pmt Lng and loud applaue grete Mr I
Stetsons Btetlons speech Ipe < h It waa wa tho first flrt part partshe par
she SIO had ha taken takln in the meeting meetingThe meetng meetngTh
The Th programme progrmme was 11 carried cid through throughwithout throughwithout
without a hitch hich Those Tese officers ofcr wero weroelected weroeleted
elected electedfor eleted eletedTrelllrer
Trelllrer Joaeph I Whitney trustees trusteestor
for to the lred torm o otlorKe
one year fl > Inex uvn u u u uGeorge
George tlorKe W U 1f I lno < sno resigned reslre Dr Ir John Frank Frankof rnk rnkln
of Washingon b C an
Crowel ntuch
ln of the Department of Commerce Commerc and Labor Laborfor Laborfor
for three years William WiIam II HI Taylor Joseph JosephThe JosephD
D Whiney ynrs ond Mrs babel a C lam lamTe
The Te long term nominees nomlnc were all n mem members memhr ¬
bers hr of the outgoing board bar except William WilliamH WIlam WIlamH
H Taylor He le was 11 put in the place plae of W D DMoCrackan DMoCakan
MoCrackan MoCakan chairman oC the publication publicationcommittee publcaton publcatoncommite
committee commite Mr McCrackan lcCrakn has hl been bn re regarded re ¬
garded garde as 1 not very ver loyal to Mrs Mr Stetson Sttson SttsonWcn i iWhen
When Wcn Mrs Mr Stetson Steton was wa asked Ike why Mr MrMcCak I IMcCrackan
McCrackan McCak WOK the only trustee truste not re reelected rb
elected eletelhe she replied repliedI reple
I really raly dont know The o trustees truste have havecharge he hecbarge
charge of all al such matters matter I suppose supposeTho sppose spposethey
thouRht Mr
they Mcrckn wa burene
enough wih hi othcrJabor
Tho treanurers traurs report rpor was wa interesting interestingin Interestig InterestigIn
in that tht it showed that tht the church churh had hd re received r ¬
ceived clvod In contributions contrbutonnearly nearly 170 700000 In Intho Inthe
the last lat year and disbursed dburd all al but about abut
15000 150 of that tht amount amountARTISTS amo t tARTIST
Von on Keith Keltl Left Ler Home lome and Friend Fiends FiendsYea H HYears
Years Yea ABO Sayi Hes lie Coming Back
MIDDLETOWN MIDDLTOWN Jan IB 19Because Because ho howished hewisbed
wished to t become beomo dead tohis thls friends and andmakeA andmkeA
makeA mkeA fortune by hia own ow abilities abite J JHoughton JHoughtn
Houghton Houghtn Von Vo Keith an artist artst once well wellknown wel
known in the studios of New York dis disappeared disappered ¬
appeared appered twentyfive twentyf e years yers ago agoHe ao aoHe
He had been ben a leading leadin spirit among the theartists thearttts
artists arttts and possessed possse a handspme handpme home at atCornwallontheHudson atComwalontheHudgn
CornwallontheHudson ComwalontheHudgn called cale Idlewild Idlewildand Idleld Idleldand
and a comfortable comfortble fortune He suddenly suddenlytired suddenlytred
tired tred of his popularity populrity and money and anddisappeared nnddlsppere
disappeared disappearedHe dlsppere
He was an intimate friend of the kite kiteE lte lteE
E P Roe whose homo was at Cornwall Corwal and andthe andthe
the latter lter took Von Eeith Keih for bis hi principal principalcharacter principalcharlter
character charlter In his novel Bariers Barriers Burned BurnedAway Bured BuredAway
Away AwaySupposing AwaySUPpofllg
Supposing Von Keith to be dead his hisattorneys hi hiatorneys
attorneys atorneys sold the tdlewid dlewild property and andthe andtbe
the money was wi deposited deosite Recently Renty the theattorneys theattorney
attorneys attorney received reoivod notice notoe from Von Keith Keiththat KeiththQt
that ho was wa alive alve and well wel at Phosnlx P nlx Ariz Arizand Aiz Aizand
and asking akg after nter his property propertyHe
He said that ho had accumulated aumulated enough enoughmoney enoughmoney
money knocking about abut the West Wet for twenty twentyfive twentyfve
five fve years yet and ad that ho was wa going to t return returnand retur
and settle sotto down doW The Te money on deposit depositnow depoeltnow I
now amounts to a a fortune fortuneSenators fortunoatn II
Senators atn foney oney and and McUmrtn MIorn Heelected HeelectedJACKSON Reeleor I
JACKSON JAI N Miss M Jan Ja Jo 11 Senator Sntof Money Moneyand Mone1and
and MoLaurin MoLun were w both bt reflected rlee by bu unanl unanli
i mouK votof thftXcgUlAiur toda
12U t IJod IJodV
Union UnlonCubMln Club Man Saved svdFomD11lnl svdFomD11lnlrolsh From DrewnlnR DrewnlnRThroiiRh
ThroiiRh rolsh a WiaIFerr WiaIFerroBP W pinani Energy EnergyYORK
YORK oBP Pa tJ Jai tI9B 19 Breaking pklng through throughthe trugK trugKthelc
the thelc Ice whie while skating ekatlnKonte on the Susquehann SusquehannRiver Suueh
River today t day near te the Coriwogo Clwll Fall Fullg at atYork atYork
York liavenv 1avenyEdwrd Edward G OTayloramem OTayloramember Taylor a mem member ¬
ber of the e Union Union Club Clu1of ofiNey NeY York rkiltr rkiltrbatled city citybattled
battled batled pluckily pluckiy for rrhlsllfe his life for forbal half an hour hourMiss b r rMIAmy
Miss MIAmy Amy Mathlas Matb1 who Wlo made mdeazd mdeazdous a hazard hazardpus >
pus ous attempt attmpt to save evo the theUre life of iGoorge iGoorgeBlessing Oerge OergeBIClng
Blessing BIClng who was as swept overtleJal1 over the falls fallslast
last lst November NovembrBw saw Taylor struggling stgglg near nearthe ner nerthe
the spot spt where wher Blessing Bl6lrg met death She Sheformed
for formed d a rescuing ulng party Prty ad and Taylor more moredead mo modead
dead thanolive tu1Uye was wlpwled pulled from fr m theriver theriverHe te river riverle
He le WOH WW taken tke to t the thehm homo of of1L HI Carter Carterpresident Crtr Crtrp
president p ldent of the t York YorkIve Haven Water Watea and andPower andPowe
Power Powe Company Compny whose whol guest gu t he h was 11 and andwas andwa
was wa there ther revived revivd In In his bil contact cntacwlth cntacwlthtbe with withthe
the Jaggdlowhleh jagged Ice while he lbtted J battled to save savehimself e ehimsl
himself himsl ha bit clotiies co eewere were almost almot torn tm from fromhis frm frmhis
his bruises bruisesIt brl body by and d he received rhe many mnycltand mnycltandbrl cuts and andbruises
It I was wa shown show by the watch in Mr M Tay Taylors Taylors ¬
lors pocket that tht he was was In Inthewaterfor Inthewaterforexaty the water for forexactly
exactly exaty thirty minutes minut The watch wath had hadstopped hadstopp
stopped stopp at 1130 130 oclock on the minute minuteand miut
and whistles whste of the te factories fatrie at York Have Havewere Haven Havenwere
were announcing anouncing the noon hour hur when his hisrescuers hisrecuer
rescuers recuer hauled haue himfrom hm from the water He Hepartly Heprty
partly prty owes owe his life lfe to t his greatstrength greatstrengthand great strngt
and endurance endurnca as few men mn could culd have havestruggled havestrggle
struggled strggle so 8 long in his hl perilous prlols position positionwith PsltGn PsltGnwlth
with the temperature temprtur 2 degreesbelow degreesbelowzero der blow
zero as a It waa 1 at that place today
Slipped 81pp1and and Fell Fel j In Olive OH l on Floor Foor of ofthe ortbe
the Speakers Speaer Lobby LobbyWASHINGTON Lbb LbbI
WASHINGTON W Jan 19 Just ut as the House Houseof
of Rplentthes Representatives was wa called cll to t order ordertoday orer orertay
I today tay Representative Rpre tatv Mann a a member of ofthe otte
the te Committee Cmmitt on Commerce Commerc started start to togo t
go on the tle floor foor of the House Hous carrying cring several severalmples sveral sveralsmples
smples mples of adulterated adultrat articles artcle to t be used usedas us
as I exhibits exibit In the discussion dlcu ion of the Hep Hepburn Hepbur ¬
burn bur Pure Pe Food Fod bill bi One of the te swinging swingingdoors swingingdon
doors don In the Speakers Spaers lobby struck strok him himand himand
and crash cl went wnt a bottle boto of olive olve oilupon oiluponthe olupon oluponthe
the marble It spread out in
circle circleAlong mable tiling ting I eprad a great greatcircle gat gatcrce I IAlon
Along Alon came Gen Binghani Bughani the Father Fatherof Fater Faterof
of the te Houso HOlse with all al hia hi bearing bering of dig dignity dignity ¬
nity his hi head bea high hlh in I the te air Instantly Instantlyhis Iltantr Iltantrhi
his hi feet ret shot out from fom under him hi and down downwent downwent
went the te Pennsylvania Pennylvia statesmen statma with wt a athump atup
thump tup that made mae him see s more mor stars str than thanhe tbanhe
he Imagined Imagie were wer In the te heavens heavensAway heaTn
Away went wnt hia hl dignity dignit and an the te remark remarkwhich remukwhich
which he made would in any well wel regulated regulatedbody regult
body by bo considered cnider as unparliamentary unparliamentaryBut unpalaentar
But the te General Genahploke picked himself hleU up spryly sprylyand sply splyad
and went to washoff the
ad away t wlof te grease greaseRepresentative ge
Representative Rprnttive Cooper Cpr of Wisconsin Wicni also alsocame al
came ce along alng and took tok a tumble tuble that tlat made madehim madehi
him hi go away away limping lmpin When several averal others othershod oter
hod ba slipped slped the te doorkeeper dorkeper stationed stationedguards sttone
guards ga about abut the oiled oied spot and a scrub scrubwoman ¬
I woman was sent for to clean up the mess
Princeton Pneet People peple Aroused rou by Assault Alaol Near NearTheir Ne Nelr
Their lr City CityApplegifejfo at atJr
Jr ik ikA
Applegifejfo A t typewilterj t for totUotD totUotDEetf tan Princeton PrincetonEleptrta
Eleptrta lighting lhUnt and ad Heating HeU Company CompanywasKnocked
CmJy CmJyocke
Eetf wasKnocked ocke down d Wad and robbed robbbya by a negro negroabdut negroabdut
abdut 830 1 oclock ghis s afternoon ateroon Mrs MrsApplegate 11
Applegate Appleate lives lves about ab t two twomle mllea out outof outofPnctn of ofPrinceton
Pnctn Princeton and usually ualy takes ts the Princeton PrincetonTrenton Pinctn PinctnTtn
Trenton Ttn trolley tley which whic runs rD within wlhn20 200 200yards
yards yars of her homo She got lt off of the car cr and andstarted andst
started st up the road ra when a negro negr jumped jumpedfrom
from behind bhnd a fence fenc and attacked attcke her herMrs herM
Mrs M Applegate Appeat screamed e but bt the negro negroknocked neg
knocked kocke her he down dow and choked h ke her until untilshe unt
she became be unconscious uncnecous Then Th he h took tok her hergold hergold
gold watch and her purse pur which contained contained1S cnte
1S and ran Near Nea the te scene sene of the assault assaultthere ault aultther
there ther la i a farmhouse faou Mrs 111 Applegates Applegatesscream Applegts Applegtssram
scream sram was wa heard herd there the and the farmer farer ran ranto rn rnt
to t the rescue foue but the tbenegr negro was WI almost almoii ont ontof outor
of eight when he arrived Mrs Mr Applegate Applegatehas Applegat
has ha hot rot recovered rcverd consciousness on lousne and the thedoctors thedoctr
doctors doctr say her condition conditon is precarious precariousGreat prcous prcousGroat
the thecitizens thectzn
Great indignation idlgnatln prevails prevall among
citizens ctzn of Princeton Princton where wher race rc feeling feelingIs relng relngI
Is I high and when Mrs Mr Applognte recovers recoversenough rcver
enough to describe desribe her assailant allnt a posse possewill po powl
will wl probably be formed forme to t search farch for the theoffender theollender
offender It I will 11 go g hard with him If I he hefalls befalllnto
falls falllnto Into the bands hnds of the enraged enre citizens citizensFovanr ctzns ctznsFOUGHT
They Tey Hid Whipped a Widow Brutally Brutanypou Few FewMen
Men Ilen Shot In the Fight FightLEXINGTON FSht FShtIUINOTN
LEXINGTON IUINOTN Ky Jan 19 10A A gang of o olaws ol
laws law In Letcher Ltcher county couty last at night ti tiMrs t
Mrs r Lizzie Lyle Mullins MuUns a widow residing residingon Idlg Idlgon
on Elkhorn Creek Ck from her bed b and andwhipPd andwhipPdher whipped whippedher
her with hickory ckory sticks until mt the e blood bloodstreamed blO
streamed stremed from her hr back bok Then The they car carried cr crried ¬
ried her into Int her housb bou and started ed to toride t
ride away when they were wer attacked attke fcy fcyposse t
posse po of her neighbors neighbr A sharp ehr fight fightensued fght fghtensued
ensued hi I which James Mullins Muln the te womans womansbrotherinlaw womns womnsbrothrInlw
brotherinlaw brothrInlw and Harvey Hrey Moore Moor her hernephew hernephw
nephew nephw were wer wounded wouded rnortallyand mortly and two twoof wo woor
of the th gong lg wounded wouded woudedTb j jThere
There Tb r were twelve twlve men mn in the whitecap whitecapparty whitcp whitcpprty
party prty and they made md for the foothills rothls of oftho ottbe
tho Cumberland Cmbrlnd Mountains Moutais where to tonight t ¬
night a posse pOI of officers ofcr is I pursuing pUlmlng them themMrs them1r
Mrs 1r Mullins Mulis had hd a grown grow daughter dughtr Lizzie Lizzieand LizzIeId
and Id a few days dy ago she married mred a a farmhand farmhandand farhnd farhndad
and ad left lef her mother mothr alone Scandal Scndl con connected cn cnnectd ¬
nected nectd > e widows name with that tht of an anoutlaw anoutw
outlaw outw moonshiner monshier and this th is I said sid to have havebeen hve hvebn
been bn her offence otenc to society societyThe socety socetyThe
The whltecaps whItcp came cme from a place thirty thirtymiles thlrt thlrtmle
miles mle away Tho womans womns neighbors neighbor held heldher heldher beldher
her in esteem etem She is a member membr of the themiles theBaptist
Baptist Church hi good standing
Col Witlard mard of Virginia Vlrinla Shows Sh01 What bat He HeCan le len
Can n Dq In flunnlnc IunnnrOvertook Overtook a Rabbit RabbitRICHMOND fbblt fbbltRICIUfON
RICHMOND RICIUfON Va Jan IB 19Runnln Running with withall wit
all al his hlspd speed Joseph E Wlllard Wilrd Lieutenant LieutenantGovernor Lieutnt
Governor of Virginia and president of the theSenate theSnt
Senate Snt yesterday ye rday outstripped outstrippe and caught caughta
a rabbit rabb t Ho now holds hol s the te record rer as 8 the theswiftest theewlftt
swiftest ewlftt runner In the te State StateCol Stt
Col Willard Wiar was wa hunting huntng with wit a friend friendand friendand
and had ha bagged bge a number nUber of partridges partridgeswhen partridgeswhen
when a rabbit was 11 discovered dlcve e lying in a atrouble apatc
patc of gra 11 te fleld The hunt
an could have rabbit
I bage te witout witouttrouble
trouble but Col Wlllard Wilr was W too to true a asportsman asporlman
sportsman sporlman to t take tko this ti advantage advantagehis advantg advantgIm
foln t gIve rabbit a Mowro
Im to
his life lo he said d depositing deposiing his hl gun gn on the theground te tegroun
ground If I ho beats tnq running rnnin across acrossthis acs
groun this tl field fold he will wi have earned earne his hlUbert liberty libertyrabbit
Then a at
Cl Wilr sie stne td tdrabbit
rabbit and the e chase began The e field feld was wasnearly wa I Ineary
nearly half a cl mile mie across IB Col Cl Wlllard Wlllardgained Wilrd I
gained gain neary steadily etaly andnear ad in ar theedge te of the theopen te tecpn
open space spao seized seie the ie rabbit rbbIt by the te tegs tegsThose g
Those cpn T08 who witnessed wlteld the e race rac say aylt It was wasabout 11
about aut a mile mie a am m Inute Inut gait gaitBonutt gat
Bonutt DItJtnC Kitrtet of Vanilla Vanillali
li 1 Ait tho be standard aldrevelber everywhere Sold by toil s troeeB troeeBAit rr
andoudor ndoutdoor port throutbotif thlurblftb ttu winter wler Fun FunInformation FI
Information on apn application appUct to Southern ltber JUIIw JUIIwoffice RIay RIayomc
office 371 and Ie HW 1M lr BroadwSTi e from hm 3 I H I lUrd lUrdwuat
wuat ar 0 A w faine oa D CIA
W AWatD AWatDo
Trpnble Began for the St Margaret When Whenan
Tjob1eBepn theltIIa WlD WlDar
an ar Engine Elne Accident Atl eli Shot 0t IT the theElectricity be beFJeorlclhI
Electricity FJeorlclhI GM Turned Te On and i > Ex ExiplMlon E >
iplMlon PI010nF0I0 Follows No NOTnlut Tenant Hurt HurtAn Hut HuteploBon
An explosion eploBon In the St MargaJet Margaret a family familyhotel famly famlyhotel
hotel at 129 12 West Wtt Fortyseventh Fozsventh street streetcauseda stret stretcaueda
causeda caueda lot of excitement eoltemltlt last night It Itfollowed
followed foloWetbe the shutting huttr ofo off of tha t electricity electricityelevator letrcltYI letrcltYIelevator
elevator service rlce and andbeatbau heat because cf cfan cfanaJdett an anaccident
accident aJdett to the engine in the te basement basementWomenton baeent baeentWomenrn
Womenton Womenrn the upper upprf floors Grs showed aowosyp aowosyptD symp symptoms
toms tD of hysterics but nohe of r them tem fainted faintedit fant
it was 18 said saidThe sid sidTe
The Te trouble trlble began bgan about abut 7 oSilock oclock in inthe I
the evening when wh aplug a pluKI in the engine engineblew engne engneblew
blew out This Tb1 put the theenlne engine put ut of ofbul ofbulne busi business ¬
ness ne and Ind abut off ofthe the elevator service lerlcand lerlcandhet and andheat
heat het supply The hotel hag b its it own plant plantfor plantfor
> for aupplylng aupplyng electricity elerclt andthe andte dynamo dynamowas dymo dymo8knocke
was 8knocke knocked out by the accident acdent to the theengine thecnje1
engine cnje1 This put out all alb the lights llht in Intbe Intbebuiding the thebuilding
building buildingAs buiding buidingA
As A soon loon as a they couldthe c Hotel ol manage management mnag ¬
menttume ment turned on onlhe the gas throughout hrughout the thehouse thehou
house hou The T light lght problem prblem solved slved the thetenants thetenata
tenants tenata were wer trying trg to figure fg how to live livewithout lve lvewithout
without heat het when the explosion explolon occurred occurredThis ord ordTiwI
This TiwI was about abut I0 olock olockOntho 0Iok 0IokOntbe
Ontho second scnd floor 10r Leopold Lpold Meyers Merr was wasill
ill in bed with He is
1 b I wth pneumonia pneumoni I being beinglooked bi
looked loked after fer by a trained trlnedlu nurse a woman womanOne wom
One of the hallboys halb1 Michael MlchlHolden Holden was wascalled wascaled
called caled to Mr Lewiss Lwiss room rom and sent snt to the thebathroom thebthrm
bathroom bthrm next to his apartment apartmentThe aprtment aprtmentThe
The boy struck a match and then opened openedthe
the door dor The room rom was filled fle with ope gas gasIt ga
It seems ams that the gascock cck had h d been bn open openwhen opn opnwben
when the gas ga was 11 turned ture on onBefore onBerore
Before the boy by was fairly inside IDde of the theroom theroom
room there waa wa an explosion that tbt was wa heard heardall herd herdal
all al over the building bulding and in other apart apartment ¬
ment hotels on the block blockHolden blok blokHolden I
Holden was wa thrown throw across aross the te hal hall and andslammed I Islamme
slammed slamme up against a wall wal His Hs face fae and andhands ad I
hands were burned and he was almost almostblinded almostbUnde
blinded bUnde Without thinking thinkng of his own owninjuries
injuries injure he ran into Int Mr Meyerss eyerss room roomand roomand
and carried Him downstairs The
carre tm downstrs nurses nurseseyebrows nurseseyebrows
eyebrows were singed before beore she succeeded succeededin suceeded suceededi
i in getting Kettlg out ut of the way wayWhen wayWen
When Wen Holden had safely carried caried Mr MrMeyers r rMeyer
Meyers Meyer downstairs downtair he thought of Stanley StanleyChampion Stey SteyCapion
Champion Capion the fouryearold fouryeld son lon of E EB EBCampion R RChampion
Champion Campion who runs ru the te hotel The e boy boywas boywa
was wa in a room rom over ov the bathroom bathrm and andHolden andHolden
Holden started star upstairs uptlr for him hi but another anotheremployee aoter aoteremployee
employee stopped stoppd him and told him that thatthe thatte
the te boy by waa wa safe safeMeantime safeMentme
Meantime Mentme the telephone boy by had called calledup cae
up Fire Headquarters Hedquartrs and told tld the te operator operatorthere operatr operatrthere
there that there was wa a fire fre in the to hotel hotelBefore hotelBerore
Before the arrived the hotel
engines onglne arive em employers ¬
ployers had hsdstarted started in to put out the fir
Carroll Carol tho night clerk clek fought the fire firefrom fe fefr
from fr m the hallway halway A hallboy halboy climbed climbe up upthe upthe
the fire fre escape eape and tried tie to t open the window windowinto wndow wndowIttebdtbom
into Ittebdtbom the bathroom bathroomHe I IBe
He found tou it wouldnt wouldt budge bi so he picked pickedthe plok plokup
up tYe
the till cpuP1Qtw and eithem rwthem through the t window windowThe
The Teb bottle Jew w through tgh the thf reJora and andone td tdone
one right rght struck ftr there thereWhile kCU Carroll He le quit qultf nYeXflghtlng nYeXflghtlngright lgbtll lgbtllrght
While Whet this wo a going on leverel 1Wle em employees ¬
ployees ployr went nt through tugh tho th building buldlng to toquiet toquiet
quiet the people pe i on the uppei1 upp floors l rOn One Oneof
of the hall hal boys boy reported rportecHb that tlbetound tlbetoundtwo he found foundtwo
two women who were wereebrt shrieking ln 8 ST STmy vo vomy
my chlldl The hall boy convinced them m
that thero was no danger dangerThe
The Te arrival anV of the fire fret ehjftnM added ade to tothe toth
the th excitement exctemen in the block blok especially epialy in inthe intbe
the Flanders Fandran an apartment aprment hotel which whichadjoins whlohaJclns
adjoins aJclns the St Margaret Margar and in the Somer Somerset ¬
set st across acrO the street streetThe strt strtTe
Te The firemen trmn soon had the te fire fre out It Ithad
had wrecked wrke the bathroom bathrm and spread spreadto prd prdt
to t a partof prt 01 Mr Meyerss Meyrs bedroom brom The Thehotel Thehotl
hotel hotl people pple said sid that tht the damagewas damae8 about abut
125 It I was wa said ld also alo that three thr windows windowshad wlnd ws wshad
had been bn broken brokn by the explosion explosionMr exploion exploionMr
Mr Meyers Meyea was WI carried carie across acol the he street streetto streetto
to the Somerset Someret where there was wa heat and andho andho
ho could culd be comfortably comortably cared for Hol Holden Holden ¬
den the hall hal boy by rcfuecd rcrusc to care t go to t the hos hospital hospitl ¬
pital pitl and Dr r Longocre LDgare who lives lve in the thei thebotl
i hotel botl dressed deed his face lae and hands The Theboy Theboy
boy was wal advised Idvlse to t go gohom home but he in insisted Insisted ¬
sisted upon staying Baying that he was wasneeded wa
needed nede at the hotel hotl lyng when syng there waa WI trouble troubleAt
At midnight midiht the te engine egie had hd not been beenrepaired b
repaired rpired and a number of the guests were werecomplaining werecompillg
complaining compillg because bUB they were wer without withoutheat witout witouthet
heat het elevator elevatr eervlce srlc or electricity electrcity The Themanagement Te Temaement
management maement said sid that tht the engine would wouldbe wouldb
be b repaired rpir hi I a few hours hoursEXCHIEF hour hourEXIEF
Flrrt Frt Man Ilan In Twentylive Twent eyP Vvtri to Crow CrowShlnnecock CO
Shlnnecock Shlnneoc nay nayGOOD ByGOOD
GOOD GKOUND L I Jan 10 Former FormerFire
Fire Chief Cief Croker of Manhattan Manhatan made m a arecord arcr
record rcr for himlf himself by driving drving a pair pir of oftrotters ortrttell
trotters trttell across aorl the frozen frozn bay by offthis olfhls place placetho plac
tho other day For the first frt time tme in years yearsthe year
the bays hereabouts hereabut aro unbroken ex expanses x xpanes ¬
panses panes pt glittering gltering Ice IceAccompanied 10 I IAccmpie
Accompanied Accmpie by Goorgo Jacobs JabJr Jr who whotakes whotkos
takes tkos care car of his hi summer home in this place placeMr plac
Mr Croker drove dove out on tho ico Ic of Shinne Shinnecock Shlnne
cock cck Bay They Thoorosed crossed Tionna Tlaa Bay and andskirted andskirte
skirted skirte the shore to Itampasture Dampastre Point Pointthen Pointthen
then turned tured oast oat to Rennes Renne and finally finallyout fnaly fnalyout
out across acr08 the boy by to tb6 th Government GovernmentLife Govrment GovrmentLie
Life Lie Saving Sving Station Staton at a West Wps Tianha anna It Itis ItI
I is said it is qulo qui Ie twentyfive twentyfve years yer since sincea slno
a team of horses hors were driven across cl the theico theIc
ico Ic on the bay bayCLIFFORDPEMBERTOJfJR bayCLI
Well I Known Unwn College Colec Man Fractured acord His HisSkull Hi
Skull Sknl After Ater a Nl Nlsht ht of f fUchtieelnt fUchtieelntPHILADELPHIA SlshtleelnsPUJUDELBI
PHILADELPHIA PUJUDELBI Jan 10 10A A fight fght with ith a acab acb
cab cb driver drvor resulted rsulted in ina a fracture frcure of the theskull theskul
skull skul of CWTord CJJor Pemberton Pembron Jr ir a real realestate ral ralestate
estate operator oprtor who is i well wel known in I col college cl clleg ¬
lege leg athletics a hetc After midnight last lst night nighthe nighth
he h left the Rlttenhouse Rtenhous Club Cub in Walnut Walnutstreet WalnutItrt
street Itrt and went w nt to a hotel near nea the Penn Pennsylvama PennsylWI
sylvama sylWI Railroad Rirad station stllton While Wble there therehe ther
he hewa was joined by three thre young youn women womenwho womenwho
who were returning rturnig from a ball bl One of ofthe ofthe
the young women suggested suggsted that tht they go gosightseeing gosightseing
sightseeing sightseing and Pemberton hired hird a cab cabAt
At 7 oclock oclok this thi morning moring the theobstoppd cab stopped stoppedhi
hi I front lrnt of a house hous In Vine street strt and
after afer Pemberton Pembron stepped tep d out ho and the thedriver thedrver
driver drver became bame Involved In a quarrelbut quarrelbutbefore qurl but butbef
before bef m either had ha a chance chnc to land a blow blowPemberton blowPembertn
Pemberton Pembertn slipped on the ioy sidewalk sidewalkandiin sidewalkandin
andiin fractured fracturedHe frcured frcuredHI falling rlllg slppd to the ground grund had hd his skull skullfractured ekl
He HI was WI unconscious unoonscou when taken to the thohospital theh0pla
hospital h0pla but was WI declared dslrd out of danger dangerlater dangerlater
later in the day dy The T cab cb driver drver and the thethree I Ithr
three thr Women were wer arrested arted but were wer re red r I IdFor
dFor d For Boreral eyr yean a Pemberton Pemberon had hadi hd I Ich
i chairman ch of the to bosebalU bsblomlte committee committeeof I Iof
of the t University Univrty of Pennsylvania Pennsylvnia of which whichinstitutionhe whichtttutol
institutionhe tttutol he is a graduate graduateAWAY grdJe grdJeAWAY
Take ae tfa Ibe Seaboard Sebar Air Ar Una Un Rllmr RIa to t Flnthunt FlnthuntFull Pnehurst Pnehurstlullronato
Full lullronato Information on 0 application a to t Seaboard Sebr AIr AlrUn AIrU
U Un JUltwir h efflollMfintdwsrroi oa lU Dcn BraT or > trora fm 0 0 B BBW I
BW HrlOPFrU 01 P Ai > rt Hwiita v Ad A I
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9 More VstetCait Than Tkere Are Toteri ToteriIn
2foreVetf Te
In On One Johtutewn olen Ward WardJOIINBTOWN W
JOIINBTOWN JODNITOW M T Jan Ja 19 Col Charles CharlesB
B Knoxof Kox thU tlpl plaoa tha t gelatine pte manu manufacturer mu mulaur ¬
facturer laur who wh is I a contestant etttfo for tho nomi nomination ¬
nation nato of 01 Republican Rpubl Congressman Cg from fromthe f
the Twentyfifth ntytt district ditc agalnit alt Lucius LuciusN Luol
N Littauer Lla t of glove contract ctct notiorlety notiorletycarried notrty notrtycrletLa
carried crletLa all of orte the city l delegates d egts in Ic Icce cau caucuaea
cuaea ce here hr tonight tnlaht except ex pt1 to one oe ward wardLittauer wr
Littauer Lttuer men me have hve been bn working workig hard hardand hd hdad
and ad have hvepr spread money moey all al over the th city cityLittauer ct
Littauer Lttuer himself hlmU accompanied oompled by his hi aides aidesinvaded alde
invaded Ivade Johnstown Johtwty today and ad were en at the thecaucusM t
caucusM CUOU tonight tonightDeteodvM tnlght tnlghtDetet
DeteodvM Detet were wrptdat posted at every eV6poWng eV6poWngpla polling pollingplaee
plaee pla and ad they t turned tUle away man trpt repeat repeaters ¬
ers er and Qd scared off of many ymr more There Tr to a adispute
dispute diput about abut Ward Wa On 0 where whr many my Lit Littauer L ¬
tauer tuervotr voters were entered etrTet Twentyseven Twentysevenmore
more orevo votea were w re cast Ot than th there thr are arprYI arprYIlesd privi privileged ¬
lesd leged voters votersThe vot
The caucuses CUC fat I the te town tw of Fulton Ft and andHamilton ad adHmlo
Hamilton Hmlo counties Ct last lat chose chO delegates dlgae for forLittauer for1ttur
Littauer 1ttur with the t exception excpto of Wells w U Ham Hamilton Hm HmUtn ¬
ilton Utn county cut which gave cv two tw votes vote to t Knox EnoxFELL KnoxFELL
Man M Falnti Falltst at a Burial Bua and ad Dliappean DliappeanFrom Dlapan DlapanFm
BIUDQEPOBT BSDBJT Conn Cn Jan 18 11EI toll tollMeycro
well known member of the order orderof
Meycro Meyer a wel kow 01 oie oieot
of Elks El was wa attending attie the to burial bur of Joseph JosephCarroll Joph JophCrl
Carroll Crl a member Demlr of the local lo lodge loge in St StMichaels StMchaes
Michaels Mchaes Cemetery Ceeter and waa wa taking ting part partin par
in the funeral fneral ceremonies cemonle He stood st near nearthe ner nerte
the te edge ege of the grave grav and ard suddenly sdlI1 pitched pitchedforward plrhe
forward fora into it it The Te casket caket had b just Jut been beenI bn bnlower
I appeared appearedThose appe lowered lower into ito tho grave gave when Meyers Meyer dis disappeared disappe ¬
Those To near n the grave grve rushed rbe forward forwardand
and saw 11 Meyers lying lyng unconscious unoon lous on the thetop thetop
top of the te coffin Two To of the pallbearers pallbearerslowered paUbeen paUbeenlowere
lowered lowere themselves themlve Into Int the grave grve and andlifted andlle
lifted lle Meyers Meyer out He showed showe no signs signsof sins sinsof
of life Ue He waa 18 hurried huie Into a hock hak and andtaken andten
taken ten to t a nearby nCby house hOul and ad medical medicalaid meloal meloalad
aid ad was summoned umone A short shor time tme after afterward afer aferwa ¬
ward he recovered to
wa re e sufficiently lutcltnt1 go gohome gohome
home He had ha been b ill recently reenty and ad the thestrain thestrl
strain strl D of the funeral fuerl ceremonies ceremonie and intense intensecold itene itenecold
cold bad affected aet his hi heart her to t such suh an extent extentthat etnt etntthai
that he fainted faine and the fall fal Into ito the grave gravefollowed grae graefolowe
followed followedHEBREW
folowe foloweHEBRBI
May Have to Stop Work WorkDfet Deficit of 80O S
000 0 and ad Maybe of 8100 1OOOOO 1OOOOOThat
That Tat the te United Unitd Hebrew Hbre Charities Caites might mightpossibly mIghtpossibly
possibly be b compelled ompled to t suspend supend tempor temporarily temporarly ¬
arily arly because bcu of lack lck of funds waa wa admitted admittedlast amittd amittdJt
helmr helmer helmerThe last Jt evening evning by Treasurer Trasurr Louis Lut A Helns Helnshelmer Ulil Ulilhelmr 9 9The
The advance avanc sheets meet of the te annual aual budget budgetof
of the to society scet for ItOi 19 show an accumu accumulated acu aculatd ¬
latd lated deficit defclt of 130000 IO which whic may be In Increased Increld ¬
creased to 1100000 Last addition additionto
creld ItoO Lt years yas aditon aditont
to t the te deficit defcit was 18 about abut 120000 20000 aa 8 a rsult rsultof result resultof
of an expenditure expnditur of over ovr 1170000 t10O for general generalwllef gneral gneralrle
wllef work workMr
rle wrk wrkM
Mr M Helnshelmer Hlnselmer said ldia that he and his hisassociates hll
associates Ulks trusted trste that tat the te United Unlta Hebrew HebrewCharities Hebr
Charities Cties would wold not Dt hava b to t stop but he headdedthat head
addedthat ad d tat the te outlook outok was wi serious ecrlous The Thecontributions Thecntibuton
contributions cntibuton ho sold 8d had fallen fllen off of to an anappreciable anapprcl
appreciable apprcl blo extent etpnt Mboue because of the t hard hardtimes hudtmes
times tmes and at the te same ee time tle the tle poor poorwere por porwero
were making makin moro demands dlmads for aid aidW0 RidWe
< W0 shall sha undoubtedly issue Isue a special specialcnll speolalcl
cnll cl for contributions cntributons said Mr 1r Ueins Ueinshoimer Helnsholmer
hoimer and do our utmost to t raise rlso tho thofunds thofMdsnecs
funds fMdsnecs necessary to carry cr on the great grfat work workthat workthat
that is our duty
Mn Oiwalri Ollald Then en In Her Delirium lrlu Be Bebeaded Be
beaded eadt HU ni Pet Pt UOK UOKPATKRSON n e ePATERSN
PATKRSON PATERSN N N J Jt Jan 10 10Arthur Arthur Oswald Oswaldwho Oswaldwho
who is I a fireman ftn for the E C Potter Com Company ComPny ¬
pany Pny at Fompton Lake Lke found a tragedy tragedyin trgey trgeyin
in his h home at Oakland Oakld when whe he returned returnedfrom rtured rturedfrm
from frm work tonight tonightHis tnight tnightHi
His Hi eightyearold elghtyer ld boy by had been ben beheaded beheadedand bbeaded bbeadedand
and his hi head hed lay ly between betwem hb hi feet fet The Theboys Thebys
boys bys pet pt dog had Ild also been bn beheaded Ibeaded and andIts andIts
Its head hed had hd been bn thrown throw under undr the stove stoveMrs stoeMr
Mrs Oswald in bed in delirium deliriumwith
Mr Osald lay liY bd a delrium delriumwih
with wih her he sovcnmonthsold svcnmontbld baby sleeping sleepingpeacefully sleepingp0fuly
peacefully p0fuly at her side Her other two twochildren twochdrnlysound
children chdrnlysound lay sound asleep 81ep in their crib cribOswald cribOsal
Oswald Osal was 8S nearly nerly driven drven insane Inne by the thospectacle thesptle
spectacle spectacleMrs sptle sptleMt
Mrs Mt Oswald Is I a young German Gnnnn woman womanThe womanTe
a The Te year family ramly has ba lived lved at Oakland Oaklnd for about abouta abut abuta
Alaruied by b Threatening lratenlnK Letteri Leter He le Takes TakesPrecautions TkesPecuUon9
Precautions PrecautionsPBNVBR PecuUon9 PecuUon9DBNVB
PBNVBR DBNVB Col Col Jan Jln 19 19AlrmC Alarmed by the thepeculiar thepclar
peculiar pclar wording of recent recnt threatening threateningletters thrtnllg thrtnllglettr
letters lettr Gov Peabody Pebody has h placed plced a I well wellarmed yel
armed arme bodyguard bdygur on duty and does not notgo notg
go g upon Un the street 8tr alone On the Gov Governors Goverors ¬
ernors erors desk lies Ic a revolver rvolvr and Mr Pea Peabody Peabdy
body bdy puts put it hi hia hi hip pocket peket when he visits visitsother viits viitsother
other offices ofo in I the Capitol Cpito and nd when hen he hegoes hegeR
goes geR out ut His secretary scrtr and assistant Illtnt also alsokeep al
keep arms ar in eight and the watchmen and andjanitors andJanior
janitors Janior of the State BUte House HOlae are ar walking walkingarsenals walkingarnal
arsenals arsenalsAdjtGen arnal
AdjtGen Bell Bel Bays MY there thor Is trouble troublebrewing troublebrwing
brewing brwing and he will wi take every eer means mens to toprotect toprotet
protect protet his hi chief chiefThe chiefThe
The Governor has ha been bn threatened for forputting rorputig
putting putig the State militia mita in i control cntrol of the theCripple theCripple
Cripple Creek Crk district distric where wher there t er Is a aminers 1
miners mine strike strikeXEGROKS strke strkeNEGROES
Will WI Send a Delegation Delertlon to the t CbtcaiT CbtcaiTConvention ac
Convention Conventon and Aik RocoKnltloh RocoKnltlohBmMiNoiiAM Rcepltoh RcepltohBllo1A
BmMiNoiiAM Bllo1A Ala Jan 19 10Lalng 10LalngAlabama Leading LeadingAlabama
Alabama negroes will 11 attend atend the Republi Republican Republ ¬
can national natonl convention cnvention inJune In une to protect protecttheir prtect prtecttheir
their interests against agalntSuthern Southern discrimi discrimination dl rlml rlmlnAton ¬
nation nAton The Te negroes negrs say 8Y that they are areabout ae aeabut
about abut to t bo b thrown bodily bodiy out of the th party partyand partyad
and ad they will wllnd send a large number numb r of 01 their theirmoat theirmoat
moat Influential In uental members member to the national nationalconvention natonal natonalcnvnton
convention cnvnton and ad demand demlnd recognition recognitionRailroad regniton regnitonRiroad
Railroad Riroad representatives rpr ntatves have already alreadybeen alreay alreayben
been ben requested reqested to prepare prpare special speial equip equipment equipment ¬
ment for the negro nogr delegations delegaton which will willgo 11
go to the convention cnvonton Alabama Alabaa negroes negroeswill
will 11 correspond orspond with negroes negrs in Mississippi Mississippiand MIMlslppi MIMlslppiId
and Id Louisiana Luisiaa on the matter mater An Invita Invitation invitation ¬
tion will wi be b extended extnded to Booker Boker T Wash Washington WMhJngton ¬
ington to accompany ampany the delegation doleeaton
Blanchard Bnehrd to He Governor G01tbr of Lonlilana LonlilanaNBW Lulilana LulilanaNaw
NBW OBLKAKS OBLINI Jan 19 19A A Democratic Democraticprimary Dmocato Dmocatopriy
primary priy election eleton was hold In Louisiana Louisianatoday Lullan
today tody for the nomination nomintion of a Democrat Dmocato Dmocatocandidt io iocandidate
candidate candidt for the th United Unite States Stat Senate Senateand Snt
and a full State ticket the nomination
Ind rul Stat toket nomntion nomntionbing
being bing equivalent eulvalent to an election Senator SenatorM Sntor SntorM
M J roster Foter was renomlnated rnominated for the theSenate theSnte
Senate Snte over oer exSenator exntor Jonas Jons Judge JudgeN N C CBlanchard CBanca
Blanchard Banca was nominated nminate for Governor by
EB foLutttor 180 mjorit e Ja over Brn On Ln y yt WSI JlstreDk JlstreDkEB br
The TeaIDPtoel Comptroller Snowi Bli I Anger Aer Mainly Mainlyand lall
and al Declines DeUeETet Even to Vote VoteReo in inHetolntlon
Hetolntlon Reo on ra City at AdrertUlnk AdrertUlnkAbout Ade AdeAbt
About Abt 1a Which He BoWUNot Wai Mot Consulted ConsultedOver Ca8t Ca8tve
Over ve Comptroller CmPrl Grouts Grus protect prttMayor prttMayorMcll Mayor MayorMcClettan
McClettan Mcll and ad Corporation Crrton Counsel Cul Delany Delanyyesterday Dly DlyYftreePrcJ
yesterday YftreePrcJ elected Patrick J Tracy T to bo boSupervisor b
Supervisor S pro of tho t City Record Rr Mr M Grout Groutobjected Grut Grutobjec
objec objected to tChermova tho removal of Charles Cle S H H r rvey
vey vy
veyWhen When tho th board b met yesterday Jler1 Mr MrDelany M
Delany Dly moved mo d ths th appointment applln of Traoy TraoyThe T
The T Mayor Myr at a onoo onoved voted in I the th affirmatlre affirmatlreand atT
and a called calledThe then tbn the Comptrollers Corlrs name n wms wmscalled
The T Comptroller Comptroler rotes Te no Mr M Grout Groutreplied Grt Grtrpled
replied rpled He Hi ha b had bsot somo experience experiencewith exnD
with the qualifications needed for to this thisplace tb
wth thqUoiOI ne1
place pland and the t high order orer of executive executiveability exT I
ability ablty that tht it requires The 1 Supervisor Supervisorshould Sup
should not only O nly know mo Wab about ut printing PMtIC but butshould
should also ato be b expert expr in i the thepb purchase of ofstationery ofstatoner
stationery statoner the making mg of contracts conr and andshould d dshouldbav I
should shouldbav hare some sme knowledge kole 1 of tho th Charter CharterTho Cr r
Tho Te Comptroller Cmprler Is 1 not Do satisfied stif that th Mr MrTraoy M 1 j jTy
Traoy Ty is i competent competentA cmptent j jA
A resolution rluton selecting eletlg a list lt of papers papersfor pp
for the th citys ciys advertising ad vertllg waa W presented presentedThe prt i I
The Te list lit had hd never Devr been bn shown ahow to t Mr M Grout Groutbefore Grt Grtbefor
before befor it waa ward read by the t dark Ck When W Mr MrGrouts M
Grouts name nle was wOldb called he replied rple curtly curtlyThe a
MTh The Comptroller Cmptler refuses rt to t yote yoteIt t
It I was w apparent pprnt that tt Mr M Grout Grut Grutagered was wasangered
angered agered For Foreverldy several days put pt It has hb been beencommon
common cmon gossip gOlp In I the t City Ct Hall H that tt an anopen a
open opn break l > ek will happen hpp before bfor long log Those Thosewho TO
who know kow Mr MOrutl Grouts disposition diltonaa are also alsopredicting
prdicig predicting that tht rather rter than th be b ridden riddenover rdde
over rough shod sh he will wi resign ri hia h office officeHe ofc
He lias 11 refused rerud to t moke me vacancies Vcle In I his hisown h
O own staff sti to accommodate aoomodt district dltiot loaders loadersin loell loellI
in I search sah of patronage patronageAfter patongo patongoAter
After Ater the meeting metig of the City Record Recordboard ord ordbor
board bor Mr 1r Hervey Herey was wa immediately iditely reap reappolnted rp 1 1poit
polnted poit by Mr l1 Grout Grut to the t head of the theinvestigations t
investigations investiaton bureau buru of the Finance Fianc De Department D ¬
partment prtmolt a post pot he held hld before bfor he h waa waamade 1
made mde Supervisor Suprir of the City Ciy Record Rr It Itwas
was 18 Hervey Hereywho who Investigated ivetgat the e finances financesof fc 11
of the te City Ol Record Rec when his hl predecessor predecessorCowen preor preorCwen
Cwen Cowen was wa Supervisor SupervisorTAMMANY Supvlor SupvlorTAMMAN
In Board BOr of Aldermen AldermenDepublCnl AldermenDepublCnlDrowned Bepnbllcani BepnbllcaniDrowned
Drowned on the te Committed CommittedPresident Cmmlteel CmmlteelPrident
President Prident Fdrnes FOre of the Aldormen Adermen an announced ¬ I Inounoed
nounced yesterday ye3tery his committees cmmt ee Ho Hostarted Hestrt
started strt out to t give liv the te minority a generous generousrepresentation genoru
representation rprsentaton but tho majority mjorty threat threatened teat ¬
ened to t take tke the appointments appointment out of his hishand i ihnd
hand hnd altogether altgther Mr Foraes waa wa told toldthat toldtht
that tht on ona a committee cmmitte of seven sea only one oneRepublican oneRpublcn
Republican Rpublcn must mut be named nmed and only ony two twoRepublicans twoRpubUc1
Republicans RpubUc1 on a commltteo cmitt of nine nineJohn nno nnoJoh
John Joh T McCall MoCU is 1 named nmed as 1 tho chairman chairmanof ohlrmn f fof
of the te Finance Flnnc Commltteo Cmitte Ho Is t the Tam Tammany ¬ i imny
many mny loader laer of r tho 1 > oard and as 8 chair chairman ohalr ohalrDottG ¬
man DottG of tho commlttoewlllbb cmltewllba an exofflcio exofflciomember ex olcio olciomembr
member membr of the Sinking ond Commission CommissionAlderman
SlnlngJndCmmlsslon SlnlngJndCmmlsslonAlern
Alderman Alern Htiggerty 1gerty was wa selected solcted to tprede tpredeover presida presidaover
over tho Committee Commttee on onRllds Railroads the moot mootimportant m0t m0timnrtat
important imnrtat commltteo cmmtt of tho board br outelde outeldeof outide outideof
of lhat tat of finance fnnce Haggorty Hggrty is i Johh T TOakleys
Oakleys Oakleyt representative rpresenttve in tho to board boardLittle bard bardLtte
Little Ltte Tim Sullivanchose SUUvanohos for himself bilelf the thechairmanship Ihechalrmrhip
chairmanship chalrmrhip of tho Committee Comitte on Bridges Bridgesand BrtJci
and udrunnel Tunnels In the next two yearn this thiscommltteo thiscommlteo
commltteo commlteo will wi have many mny matters matr yaf of im importance ¬ i iprtnc
portance to pass on as a well wol as a to consider considertho clider clidertho
tho prtnc contract contrt pss for the Manhattan Manlattn bridge bridgeAlderman brdge brdgeAlderinan P
Alderman Gaffnoy oalnoy who cornea ComC fromLeader fromLeaderMurphys lrOaLlor lrOaLlorMurhys
Murphys Murhys district was wa made chairman chairan of ofthe j jte
the te Committeo Comtltoo on Affairs Alalr of Borough BoroughAlderman Brugh BrughAlderan
Alderman Alderan Marks Mark was WI mode chairman of oftho f fthe
the Committee Committ on Laws Lws me and Legislation Legislationand Lglelton It Itnnd
and Alderman Alormn Doull DOII of William WJ Daltons Daltonsdistrict DaltenRdlllrct
dlllrct district heads hed the Water Supply U Xiomralttee XiomraltteeAlderman te
Alderman Aldermn Goodman Oodm leader of < tho minor minority ¬ i iItyapp9aled
ity Ityapp9aled appealed for fora a larger leferorbtnr representation representationfor
for his ride de of tho house h0 60n on the committee committeebut coimlt1 coimlt1but
but no no need hcd was WI paid pid to him These Tei are arethethreo ar
thethreo the thr leading loding committees cmmit In full rul the thelast theInt
last named each committee Re Republicans
publicans publicansFinance Int publcn on cmmitt being bing R ¬ i ipublcn
Finance J ancrcCI1 McCall Donohue Donohut Harniachfcger HarniachfcgerO nafnlchrIR r
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Railroad RailroadRlnglrty Haggerty McCall fcCnl Sullivan SullivanGurfnny Sulvan SulvanOafnp
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mnn mln Downing DowninglirMaci D01nltr D01nltrBridorR
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Bowling Dowlng Dletz Hlgjflns Hggins Hridsr9 Jridl9 Keely KeelyScliloss KeelySchlo9
Scliloss Diemer DiemerXEW Demer DemerF
nepubllcans Repullels to Tent the he Validity aUdl of Ills IllsMir Is IsIloton
Mir Iloton cf Ion for Kull I ul Term TermPierce T I
Pierce Piere N Pool 1001 a saloon son keeper kePt of 814 814Grnnd 81 81Ornnd
Grnnd street was elected electe yesterday YCteray by the theAldermen theAldermcn
Aldermen to fill fl tho t o unexpired term ter of ofJ ofJ
J J Devlin Devln who was wa elected elete Alderman Aldermanfrom Alderan Alderanrrom
from tho Twelfth Twelh district dlftrlct last 1It fall fal but who whoresigned whorOlgne
resigned rOlgne on Jan 1 to become bome clerk clek of the thoThirteenth theThlrtlenth
Thirteenth Thlrtlenth District Court CourtThe CourtThe
The Republicans RepublcanR contend that this thl is l in inviolation Inviolaton
violation violaton of the Constitution ConUutlon and that thlt In Inspite Inspie
spite spie of the Charter the Aldermen Aldermfn cannot cannotfill canot canotfU
fill fU the vacancy for longer than the current currentyear curent curentycr
year ycr a now IHW Aldorman to bo b elected in tho thodistrict tholetrlot
district at tho next election eleton Thia will 11 be betested betested
tested in tho courts courtsMUSTTRAP
cour courUU
Some Were ere Shot It I Is Aliened Alelcd and Owner Ownerof 11f
of Estate May P Py y 741 Ut Fine FineSOMFBVIILE ne neSOMFRE
SOMFBVIILE SOMFRE N J Jan 19 1lalnM James B BDuke BDke
Duke Dke in I his efforts elorts to rid his 2000 20 acre are es estate ee ¬
tate near na here hor of a n plague plae of rbbit rabbits has hasbecome hascme
become cme a victim 6C tho New Jersey Jerey gatne gatnelaws gate gatelaws
laws Tho T State game law permits perl the thekilling th thkilng
killing kilng of rabbits only In November Noombr and andDecember andDectbr
December Dectbr but empowers the president of oftho orte
tho te State StateOae Game Commission to Issue Isue a per permit ¬
mit mt 19 trap the th rabbits in box traps trapsAn trps
An agent ant of Mr Duke De used usd tho long dls dlstanoo die
tanoo tac teleohona tlmhone m stating Mr Dukes trou troubles trouble ¬
bles ble with wit the t rabbits rbbis to B Benjain enjamin PMorris PMorrispresident PMorrlepreldentot
president preldentot of the to State Game Commission Commissionin Comision
in Long Ln Branch Brc Mr 1r Morris Moris Instructed Instructedthe Introii
the agent aept to catch the rabbits The agent agentbelieved Bent Bentbeleved
believed beleved it was ws Immaterial imaterial whether the therabbits th thrabbits
rabbits were wer caught dead or alive aIv It I Is Isalleged Iialege
alleged alege that four gunners gner killed kie thirtyseven thirtysevenrabbits tlryeven tlryevenrabbits
rabbits In less than two hours hoursDeputy hous housDputy
Deputy Dputy Game Warden Miller Mier Is prose proseouting prol i ioutng
outing outng the he case C and itla probable that Mr MrDuke MrDuke
Duke will w 1 be b compelled ompelod to t pay 20 0 for each eachrabbit eaohr
rabbit r bblt a total totl of 170 740 for the days hunt huntFormalpermission t
Formalpermission Formallermlsslon to trap tap the rabbits was wasgiven wa wagiven
given to Mr 1r Dukes Dues agent today to Ex Extensive Extenslv ¬
tensive preparations prpartion for trapping the anir anirmain ani j
main mall are ar now being beln made on the estate estateThey AtateTey
They Tey must mJt be turned tured over alive alve to the thedeputy th thdeputy
deputy game gae warden who will 11 use UR them themto themto
the to stock State hunting hu tng grounds grunds in other parts of ofthe orthe
Decoration Deeraton From Emperor Fmpfror William WilliamCAMBRIDGE Im ImCUfRIDOE
CAMBRIDGE CUfRIDOE Mass Mas Jan 19 10The The Interest Interestthat Intcrst Intcrsttht
that tht has been ben takon by Emperor Empror William WilliamIn Wiim WiimIn
In tho development of tho Harvard Harvar Oer Oermania Gr Grmanlo
mania Museum Musum lias 1M just jin been shown Ihon anow anowby fnfW fnfWby
by tho conferring upon Proto Kiino Tranche Tranchecurator Frncll
curator ourtor of tho musflum mUMUI of tho Imperial ImperialOrder Impr
Order Orer of the h Rod INI Eagle EIRII This Til honor re recalls rl ¬
calls cals tho visit of Prince Henry Henr to this thif coun country cun cuntr ¬
try tr when hen a 1 similar mllr honor was wa conferred conferredupon conerrr
upon several 8verl menamong them tlembll being Prof ProfMunsterberg Pf PfMurbrg
upn Munsterberg Murbrg of Harvard Ha rd r

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