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VOl LXXINO LXX NO 143 14 NEW YORK THURSDAY t JANUARY 21 2 1 1904copvrli1ht 1904 Copsright l00f bv TAe Sun Printinl PrintrnandPubUsMnu Gid Publinl Ae Auocklion eiaton PRICE TWO TW 0 CENTS 13LNTS
jj k C 0 t AND LEUIOH VALLEY VALLEYavenger l IAIsLEYaqener ALEr ALEri
avenger rn5rr Tralni Tain Freight Frht Trains Tins Sum SumPloughs SuuIouhs SnuwouhS
Ploughs Iouhs and Scores Scres of Engines Ere Stall StallPasscuccrs StaUe Saiiet SaiietPaeujcr
t Passcuccrs Rescued necled on oniCentrI Snowshoc SnowshocCentral Snowshoe Snowshoet
t Central Centra Train Tn Frozen Foztn to t the Ue Trarki TrarkiUTICA Tck TckI TraekaUizc
UTICA Jan 20 2Te 20The The storm condition conditionalong cnditons condiltionsalong
I along the Rome Watertown Waterown and Ogdens Ogdensburg Ogdel Ogdennburg
I 1 burg Railroad Riloa between b tween Home Uom and a Water Watertown Watertown Vatertown
town are reported rprted as a the worst experience experiencefor exprenc
1 for a quarter quarr of o a century centur owing to th thheavy the thehrlwy theheavy <
heavy snowfall snowfal of yesterday and Id last night nightThis nightfIiis
1 This his afternoon Ifemoon four passenger paengr trains trainsunveii traininH ttainWeU
inH unveii WeU freight trains and five fve now ploughs ploughswith ploughsI ploughswih ploughawith
I with wih thirtytwo thirytwo engines engnes and between betwen 201 201and 20 200 200and
and 230 25 passengers were reported rprte snow snowbound snowI snowbound
I bound on cloven miles mls of track trak jbetweei jbetweeiLacona Ibetwen IbetwenLni tbetweenLacoiia
Lacona Lni and Mannsvillo MannsyUo which stations statonl an annorth areiortIi
1 north norh of Richland Junction JunctionAll Jucton JuctonI
I I All Al attempts atempts to operate oprnt the road rad today todajweris torwerl todaywere
were werl absolutely useless usles tho company ex expending e3 e3ndin oxpnding <
pending ndin its is energy in i attempts to dig oui ouitho out outthe outth
the th nuillod rtalled trains and coring cWg ior Uor for tho im imprisoned ImIi ImPIj2OUCLi
prisoned Ii oued passengers pussngors It is reported rported to tonight tonight tonight
night however that the Ll passengers pasengers have hnviboon hnebeen havelicen
boon token on snowshoes and in such con conveyances coni con0ICe8 conveyancet
i veyances 0ICe8 as lS could culd reach rnch the stalled staled trains tralmto trins trinstoLconJ trainsto
to toLconJ Lacoua nnd Mannsville ManDvle and quartered qurtr li liliotcls In Inhotds inIiotle
liotcls at It tho expense expno of the New ew York YorlCentral YorkIntral YorkentraI
Central company cmpany Last night nght and nd today todajllioso tody todythoo todaythose
those aboard abord the imprisoned cars crs were weresupplied wer weruplc wereUpIIied
supplied uplc with wih food by b villagers vUnger who ar arrived II IIrnd ui uirived
rived rnd on snowshoes RtiowBhoesTho fnowsluXs fnowsluXsThe snowshoesThe
The passenger p8tngr trains which whl h are buried buriecin bured buredin buriedill
in the thl snow are the express epres due In Utica Utictnt Utca Utcat Utica8t
oclock last and tho Now NowYork NewYork
nt t 915 9 15 night ew ewYork
York limited lmie due at 1240 oclock oclok this morn mornin mornin morn111g
in 111g Another train trin is the Northern orhef New NotvYork NcwYorl NewYork
York limited lmied train and the fourth tourh train Se Seono t tono a aone
ono running rnning between bot wen Watertown Waterown and Syru Syrueiiso 8yrl 8yrlelil Syraens
eiiso elil Each 1h train was hauled baued by two loco locomotives loo loo10the jocoiuothes ¬
motives 10the and preceded prce by snow ploughs ploughsbut
but the til locomotives locomotves were absolutely abslutely unable unableto unblo unbloto
to make their way through though the drifts drifl which whichin
in many places plact covered coyrd the tracks trcks to n ndepth a ade adCitIl
depth de 11th of twentythree twentytbre feet feetThe feetTe feetThe
The Te Lacona wcn fire fre department deprtment is i at work worktrying worktring worktrying
trying to dig out tho submerged trains near nearthat ner nerthat nearthat
that village iagt Over 400 fO laboring men are at atwork atwork atwork
work and the railroad rairoad company cmpany has hl ha rulseilthe raised raisll raisllthe raisedthe
the price pric paid pid for this thll clnsa cns of work from
13 cents cnt I to 30 cents Cnts an hour hourIEBIGn hourIEHGI hourLEIUGIt
ITHACA ITIC N V 1 Jan Ja 20 20The The heavy snow snowstom snowtorm snowetoin
stom of last lat night has hn completely blocked blockedthe blocke blockedthe
the northern norther division dhllon of the Lehlgh Lhigh Voile VoileRailroad Yaley YaleyRairoad Valley Valleyflaliroad
from Elmira to Can Canastota Canastota
Railroad Rairoad which whch runs rn Elira CI CIMtota
Mtota astota Not a a train trin has ba been ben moved move over overthe oyerthe overthe
the line lne during durng the past twentyfour hours hoursand hour hourand hoursand
and two passenger plenger trains trins are now stalled stalledin
in great banks of snow snowTrain snowTraIn snowTrain
Train 325 3 which left this city cty for Can Cannstotn Cantotn Canatota
nstotn totn Tuesday Teay night at about abut 0 oclock oclockran oclok oclokrn
ran rn into Int a big drift dri in a cut just beyond beyondCortland byoli byoliCortld beyondCortland
Cortld Cortland and Id could not be b budged budge Word Wordwas Wor Wordwas
was Wa sent for help but despite d0pite the efforts effortsof elors elorsor effortsof
of large gangs gags of men and ad a I snowplough snowplougltho h hthe
the train tan was WI still sti held fast Clt in the drifts driftsat drlL drlLat
at a kite lte hour hou this th evening evenng The Te passen passengers paen paener passengets ¬
gets er had to wade through tough the deep dep snow snowto snowto snowto
to neighboring neighbrin farmhouses flbouse to obtain obtln food foodand foo foodand
and shelter shelterTralnjJJliJSblchJcItJthaoathta sheler shelerTrall shelterTra1nJ1thlCLtIU1aCathiH
morning morningat
TralnjJJliJSblchJcItJthaoathta Trall Utthl
at 8 oclock for Canastota Canatot got Iot only as a far faras CarM faras
as Varna Vam about abut eight miles mie from frm here herewhen herewhen herewhen
when it ran into Int a drift drit and was stalled stalledHere Italo stalledHere
Here again the passengers paege climbed clmb over overthe overthe overthe
the high snowbanks lnowbank and sought refuge refugewith refugeit refugewith
with it the tanners faner Tonight Tonight Train Tain 321 was wasrnleased vmsrllense wasreleased
released rllense so that tlat it was wa possible pible to back backinto backinto backinto
into Ithaca but it may take tak two days to toopen toopen toopen
open the road roadCEMBAL rod rodCENTRAL roadCETBAL
UTICA Jan 20 20n An incident which illus illusdobs ius iust jImatats
tats t alps the severity of yesterdays yeterays cold coldPll ooldIn coldIS
Pll In is IS reported from torn Oneida As A a train trainon trin
on 01 the Now York Central Centra halted haled near the thostation lhektaton thetation
station ktaton a plug on a water watr tank burst burt and andtho al11 al11tho andthe
tho water running under the train train quickly quicklyfroa quicklyIr01 quicklyfroze
froze Ir01 the wheels heell to the rails rols Tho freezing freezingof frezing frezingof
of the tl train trin to the track occupied ocupied scarcely scarcelyhvo scarcelyfe scarcelyfiro
hvo fe minutes but it required 1tlulred two hours hourstugging hourstugging hourstuggiiig
tugging by four Iour fourlocomors locomotives loomothC to free it itPATERSOX I IItnwsov ItItTEItSOV
Another lllhrr Fined 1llld reared Hlirn nIHI the Tliaw TliawCome Tla TlaComc lhawCone
Come ComeNavigation ComcXIlgltoI ConeNavigation
Navigation XIlgltoI in il Newark ewark Bay and mt the Pas Passii Pas1if Pussitt
sii 1if < River Hhel is closed for an indefinato indefinatoperiod indefnatc indefnatcpr1d indefinatopirid
period pr1d The cold s spel slell > ell of Jan o r and and 7 7froze ifro7 7iEUZO
froze this th h and river Vain
fro7 bay y attempts attemptswere atempts atemptswera attemptsvere
were maim to t get It heavy heav freight frl ht boat boatHthrough boattllugh boatsthrough
through tllugh to Newark Xearl wharves harI for several severaldays se saveialia5 rl rlday
days ia5 but finally fnaly a channel was wo opened openedilumiK opnell opnelldurn openedtlimiimg
ilumiK durn the one soft i0ft s slll SIMIl > ell which intervened intervenedafter intervenellaftll interveneda
i iThn
after aftll a ft im many mal1 Inn days daysThen tl tlitythen V
Then came C1e the tl recent cold colt spell ppI which whichpacked whichpatked whichjacked
packed tho broken brlC1 ice into miniature mlnlaturt bergs bergsmid bergsand
mid 111 effectually 1lecualy closed cosed the river while whie the thehummocks thehlllolks theimimmnmnocks
hummocks hlllolks floating fotng with the tide tJle threatened threatenedi threatenedlio
i lio ho Ii safety Fufrty of the bridges bridgesNothing hridgesXothing irjdgesXothing
Xothing was af done to open opel a channel channelon channeltho
on U tho Hacltcnsack lacJtclack River Uer which joins the thePassaic thela8slo thePassaic
Passaic la8slo at the head of the bay ba and the theIco theko theice
ice in il that river Is I from 8 to 12 inches thick thickThe thck thckTho thickrho
The relentless relentefs tide tde moves up and down downtwice downtwice downtwice
twice in twentyfour hours to the average averageextent averge avergemtent averageextent
extent mtent of five fve feet and at each ebb and flow flowit fow fowit flowit
it tugs at the piling ping of the bridges The piles pilesare ples plesar pilesare
are ar weighted with great gat lx bols bells > lls of ice ie weigh weighing welghinK weIghtug ¬
inK many hundreds hundred of pounds and are aredisturbed arelsturhd aredisturbed
disturbed lsturhd by every movement of the water waterNo waterXo waterNo
No such luch conditions conditone had existed exsted in tho bay baynnd bayRnt bayand
and Rnt rivers rver for many mny years and serious seriousapprehensions Herioul seriousapprehensions
apprehensions Rpprehensiol are felt for tho safety sfel v of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the numerous numeruR railroad rairoad and turnpike turpike bridges bridgesThe briles brilesTo bridgesrho
The To Central Railroad Halroad of Now Jersey Jefe owns ownsthe ownstho ownstidC
the two mile mie bridge across oro the bay and has hastaken ha hastaken
taken time tmo by tho forelock forelok For 101 over six sixmonths sixInonths sixImmormth
months tho work of strengthening Itrengrenln the big
bridge hritge has been ben going on 01 and only for for a low fowhours lowhours ow owhOlrs
hours hOlrs during dunn the Ihe cold spell s1 has ha tho traffic traffiche trfo
h hen a di Ih4tured tlrD by the Ice thrust Then ThenIhe Thenthe
he trains were pent through Newark by
HIP Ih mosquito molquito branch and the big bridge bridgewas bridgeWn
was Wn as meanwhile meanwhlo strengthened by pile Ille driv drivinc drivlee
inc incTho 111
Tho Lehigh Valley Vnley has n freight frllpht bridge bridgefrom brdgo brdgofrom bridgefrom
from Often Orervie Greenville villa to the Newark meadows meadowsand
and has Ias been ben constantly at woik meaows meaowsand strength strengthening srcngth srcngthnln strengthsning ¬
ening nln and protecting protetng it Its IK passenger trains trainsmover trins trinstnoer trainsOver
mover Over the tle Pennsylvania 1pntylvanll Railroad Rairoad through throughNewark throughewak throughCwaik
tnoer Newark ewak Cwaik and do not meet mct rith Iih the menace menacef menae menaee
Cr ° f the
crossing the bay Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad 1entylvanlo 1entylvanlopUrold
e pUrold Railroad having hvlng three bridges across nr08 the thePawaic thea
Pawaic a llc within the city cty of Newark NewarkSix NearkShe NewarkSix
Six three thre masted mate schooners fhonel four two twowters twomacters
wters 1 ter nineteen towing HCOWS fOII four tug tugnoats
hat5 noats JU and six freight frol ht propellers propeler are tied tiedP tiedlp tiedIll I
lp Ill P In the Passaic PMlo by the Ico IcoThose IcoTo iceThose
Those To e who have studied the situation situationPredict situaton situatonpredict situationrredict
Predict a greater greatr Hood 100d than that of Octo Octow Octoher
her < w last Ilst when whEn the snow on the hillsides hillsidesHts hisides hisidesr hillsidesnlt
r nlt Hts i and tho Ice breaks up up
The he valley vale of the Passaic Plsalo and its tribu tributaries trlhutarles tribulIr ¬
taries lIr draw from frm nearly 800 B square Iluare miles mileshill mlc8 mlc8of malicei
of i hill hil and valley ler upon most mo > t of which from fromix fromuto
ix uto to seven Ilvln IncheH upn of compact snow lies liesviil lcR lcRvhi liestiIl
viil vhi tiIl the thl tli boil Ioi il bonuath bOleth the snow InOlV IB II frozen frozentho frozani
i tho th depth Inth l itli of from twelve to twenty twentyInhe twentydIi
Inhe lies dIi All Al li of tim thF water resulting re8ultng from fromo
11 o 0 thawing of 01 this thil Immense Immel quantity of ofiow ofInw ofIw
iow nnwt nlilt find fnd its HI way into the t Ie streams streamswore Itreams Itreamsrol streamsore
wore rol ore the thp t lie ground thaw thiiwnI t 1mw 1mwI
The I lie tiituution sit Ituitlon liii intl Is I decidedly decdrdly lciciil critical criilll cr11 mciii In Infir II InI
fir f I of went ent performance plrfonnat and the tht IUM IUMIs tIUPI qlJe3dl
1 > dl Is What Whit can mill bo done immediately immediatelyi
I I i P scisntlllc authorities are discussing
sl ntlfc suthlrltfs dllenlln dllenllniM
i I iiMitft iM diIC of holding holdllg back floods food but nothing I
practical lrctc ha h has been bn evolved evolv
A Bush of Sleet Slee and That ThatMade Made M Woe for horses Howsand lones lonesami horsesand
Pedestrians PedestriansAt Ptdestrlan
At a little lte after ater noon noonyeserday yesterday there therewas therewas therwas
was a brief fall Cal of sleet elet and hall hal that tht coated coatedeverything coatedeverhlng coatedeverything
everything everhlng out of doors door with a hard Ice Iceglaze Ic Iceglaze
glaze glz All over town twn people pple began begn to make maketheir mke mketheir makotheir
their way along wih with great grt respect respot for thelirespective their theirrspotye theirrespective
respective rspotye centres cntres of gravity Street Stret traf traffic trC tratfib ¬
fib 10 was altogethervdomorallzcd altgotherdemomUzcd for almost almostan
an hour The conditions cnditon on the rough roughpaved rugb rugbpved roughpaved
paved pved streets strets wore almost almolt as S bad bd as a on the theasphalt thensphlt theasphalt
asphalt nsphlt Horses Iors and the vehicles vehicle they theywere theywere theywere
were drawing slid sld in almost every ever way ex except except cxecpt
cept the ono in which they were intended intendedto
to go There Tere wore er numberless numbrlt8 small smal col collisions collsions collislons ¬
lisions lsions From Frm ono comer cmer in Fifth avenue a areporter areprer areporter
reporter reprer counted cunte four horses hOfes down do In their theirharness theirhamess theirharness
harness at once onceIt onc onceIt
It I was lB tho subject of comment cmment that the thepoorer theporr thepoorer
poorer porr and worse WOfe kept a horse hor was ns the less lesasuccess lesssuccss lasssuccess
success succss he had in keeping his footing footingHucksters tootingHuckter footIngHucksters
Hucksters Huckter animals anima1 and those thos hitched to toordinary toonUnar toordinary
ordinary onUnar trucks trcks made perilous prlou and totter tottering tottr tottrIng totterlag ¬
ing progress prgrss while whie teams team in smart smrt private privateequipages prhteequlp privateequlpagos
equipages equlp es went ent fowling owUng along on rubber rubbercaulked rubbr rubbreulkf rubbercaulked
caulked eulkf shoes as though there never was wasany wa wasany
any ice in the world worldEverybody worldEverybody ord ordEverbdy
Everybody Everbdy in town seemed seme to make it his hisbusiness hisbusiness hisbusiness
business to got his il sidewalk strewn strwn with withI wih wihsnnd withsand
I sand sawdust swdWt or ashes Ihes The Ice 1c glaze glazethawed glze glzethawed glazethawed
thawed off of of In a I few hours hoursAnother houf hoursAnother
Another drizzle drizle of sleet pet fet in at 11 1 oclock oclocklast 00101 00101last oolo c clast
last night and walking waln won WOI oa a difficult difcult if ifnut ifnot Ifnot
not more so than it had been earlier earler Per Persons PerBns PerSons ¬
sons Bns going home from the tle theatres thetre found foundthe foundthe foundthe
the sidewalks sldewalslceonted icecoated when they emerged emergedfrom emerge emergedfrom
from trm the playhouses Jlayhou and a 1 great many manytook Inn Inntook manytook
took the street in preference preferenceTho preference11e
The 11e power rails rail on all 111 the elevated elevate rail railroad rNIroad railroad ¬
road lines lne8 were all al coated with Ico and andevery nnl andevery
every train sot off al a a bunch of electrical electricalfireworks eletrical eletricalfreworls electricalfireworks
fireworks fireworksICE freworls freworlsIOE fireworksICE
Outbound Strainer Aground rounit and Ird Siusllir SiusllirCraft mallt malkrraft
Craft rar raft in Trouble TroubleTho TroubleThe
Tile lower bay was wa clogged oloSRe with wll ko koyesterday koYMtenlay ic o oyesterday
yesterday and the tops of the buoys mark marking markIng marking ¬
ing the ship channel were forced fored under underwater undelwater undetwater
water Two lighthouse lghthouso tenders ten f were busy busyrestoring husyrestorlny busyrestoring
restoring restorlny buoys dragged out of position positionTho pOIton pOItonhe poitlonThe
The he steamship steathlp California CalCorla bound bwld for Medi Mediterranean Mcditerranean edl edlteranC ¬
terranean teranC portsROt portFot too far to the westward westwardof westwardof eJtwnrdo
of o the channel near nta Southwest Southet spit and andgrounded andgroundf andgrounded
grounded groundf She vas Wr floated 110ntc hi I the evening eventtifiand ocnlnIand eveningand
and proceeded The e revenue reVEnue revenuecutter cutter outer Msckf Msckfnao MsCk MsCknao Machinac
nao nao extricated extricate the schooner fhoonr Hla 1la May lay and andtho I adtime d dtho
tho sloop Grace 8 Mnrkey from fro 1 time grip gripof gripI gripof
of the Ice inside the Heck near the Govern Government GOler Governmeat ¬
I ment wharf wharfALL whartUL wharf4LL
ALL OUT TO SAVE A t 1IOKSK 1IOKSKFlrrboat IIR51 l1ORSFircimoat l lFlrrboat
Flrrboat Crew Volunteer ollltcrr Life Saver lavlr aver and anda anl I
a C Cop > Work In I Vain VatisA VainA ll
A big bay by truck trck horse hore v VIM ia drownad drwnad in inthe inthe I
I the East River at the foot of Grand street streetlast stet stett streett
t last night after ho had resisted re ted the united unitedefforts unitd unitedt i iI
t I t efforts eIort of the crew crw of the fireboat frboat William WilliamL Wiiam I IL
L Strong a member of a 1 volunteer volunter life lifesaving lCe lCeI lifesaving
saving Svlng crew crw and a policeman plceman to save BVO him himThe himTle himThe
I The Tle horse bOle was seen leen swimming 1 lmmlng in the river riverby rherby riverby
by the lifesaver letaver William Wiiam McMahon who whocalled whocalled ho hocaled
called caled Policeman PoJcemnn Paterson Iaerol The two fig figured fg fgured figured ¬
ured out ways way and means mean of saving Eavlng the thehoree thehorte thehorse
horse horte and ad finally fnal McMahon lc ahon rowed rowe over to tothe tothe tothe
the fireboat freboat and told tho firemen firemenMeanwhile fremen fremenleanwble firemenMeanwhile
Meanwhile leanwble the tle home h011 was vMs + a swimming swimmingaround swimmingarould swinuningarouimd
around arould the docks and into the ferry ter slip slipMcMauongot elp elpIclahongot slipMcMahongot
McMauongot a long Ionglope rope iruulom lne0 xnnioo xnniooand Jioose Jiooseand 8
and slipped slppe it around the horses horM1 neck neckThe neckrhe neckfliohorso
The fliohorso horse hors was stubborn andpulled and pule McMahon McMahonand MoMaJionand lcMlon lcMlonaud
and his hl rowboat along the river front frontAfter frnt frntAftr frontAfter
After Aftr a trip of a couple cupl of blocks the tle horse horsetowed hors horsetowed I
towed McMahon back to Grant Gfmo street streetWhile strEet strEetWhie streetWhile
While Whie this thi was wal going on the policeman policemanand polcman i iancl
and volunteers volunteer were wer trying tring to rig up a der derrick derrIck ¬ I Irick
rick on the dock The horse hof was WII becoming becomingvery becomingyer becomingvery
very yer tired tid but nil nl efforts etorts of the rescuers rescuersto tscnels tscnelsto
to save we him failed fai d Ho le kicked hi legs a afew afew afew
few times tmes and then disappeared disappearedTho dlppared I IThe
The horse hore wore wor a double harness hamcll and andon andon I
on a plate on the collar colar was the word wordStump wor wordStump
Stump StumpMLSTXT StumpI StumplwSTxr
I Itrlkll
St Louis Iolis 1ollco 101 Have i tftrdtr Order to Shoot If IfStriking ItStriking I I
Striking trlkll Ilacknirn laekmfl Attack Hearse leare Drivers DriversST Urlr UrlrST DriversSr I
ST Lotus LtS Mo 10 Jan 20Over 800 8 cab cabdrivers cabdrivers cabdrivers
drivers in this city and East Ea t St Louis Luis wont wonton wonton ent enton
on a a strike striketoday today to day Chief of Police Polce Kiely KielyIssued KielyIMued Kieiyissued
Issued an order that any interference interferenc with withfunerals withfunerals I Ifuneral8
funerals must mu t be prevented Policemen Policemenwere Polcmen
were instructed to hoot any Iny striker strker or orstrike orKtrlke orstrike I
strike sympathizer who ho attempted atempted to tomolest tomoleJt tomuolet I
molest drivers of hearses hearles Oov ov Dockery Dockerywired Dockerywired
wired the chief of police polc that If I necessary necessarylie n necessaryhe JoCkE1 ceslarv ceslarvhe
he would cull cul out the State militiu mltu to pro provent pnI provent
vent Interference with funerals funeralsTwo funeralsTwo i
I Two hundred hundre hacks owned by individ individuals Ildiil itidiriduals ¬ I Iual
uals ual were wpre operated oprted today cacti driver driverwearing dr driverwearinga lr
wearing a union unionhutton button buton and badge Livery Liverymen J Liverymacn > r ¬ i imen
I men have thus far been ben unable tiable to secure securemen eeure securemen I
men to take the place placel of strikers strikersThe strikerI strIkersThe
The Industrial Industrin Association Aloelaton composed compold of ofbusiness ofbusiness i
I business bU lness men lias laQ offered olared a reword rovad of 1100 1100for 110 ioo ioofor I
for the arrest of any striker who ho attempts attemptsto atempts atemptsi
i to Interfere with nonunion drivers driversTRAINS drivlr drivlrTlf1S driversTittlVSIiRlIV
TRAINS Tlf1S TittlVSIiRlIV IMMV RR 1 RW 1311Weighs ONE ONEWelRlis fB fBeilit
Weighs eilit Mote ore Than Websters 1tbster Did UII but blt Ho Howhere 0 0whrre owhere
where Near Grim < tn Under UnderThe Dller8 Dller8fle ButlersThe
The fle body bdy of George Gergo Francis Train Trin was wasput wasput
put on public p blc view last night nl ht at the Merritt Merrittundertaking Merrittundertaking Ierltt Ierlttundcrtalung I
undertaking rooms in West est Twentythird Twentythirdstreet I
street The Te coffin cfl lay In 11 the little lte chapel chapelsurrounded chapelsrunde chapelsurrounded
surrounded srunde by b > a half hal dozen floral foral pieces piecesand piees pieesand piecesand
and and a few scattered scatered individual bunches of offlowers offlowers offlowers
flowers At the head stood a olrclo of ofred otre ofred
red and white roses rotes bearing a cord cad marked markedMllbj marke markedMiIls
re Mllbj Hotel No No1 1 and at the feet was a asimilar asimiar asimilar
MI1 simiar similar piece with wih the following folowlll telegram telegramattached tellgramntnched telegramattacheck
attached attachedMr ntnched ntnched1r attacheckitt
Mr Thnmnx Mitnugcr 1lllloer Mill lm3 JIoKI JIoKItoKr jioUtltegrt 0 0lNlt
1r ltegrt toKr TloIHR t txcwclliiKly lX eod h Ir I Inability Inlblty to sn sn Jlast JlastLOR JI t
LOR 1 lNlt and Hlmiw Hhal iial On crutchiw rutchl Kindly In Invest Incst tn tnvest ¬
vest cst I SI2 In tlorul tlOal drslirn drRlm and place on casket eiiskctwith elRkct elRkctwllh casketwith
with cunt or telegram from his hi cousin mid midnrlvnto Iml Imlplvltl mmmniprivate
private 1lrl secretary lcretl for two score ACOr years lra mid nndono nmlOM midone
ono plvltl whom Mr Ir Train claimed clllm knew him hll better betterthan hettcrthnn bettert
than t any 11 man mln In universe un verse rfl Draft IrntuUdl IrntuUdlOFOIIE nmllefl nmlleflUKOROB i talkilUzomumn
ExMayor Ex layor Omaha Omahl Net XcljMr Nel NetMr
Mr r and Mrs lr Moses MOP King sent a piece piecewith plcc piecewith
with ith the words wors Genius Geniu Philanthropist PhilanthropistPatriot Phllnthropi8t Phllnthropi8tPatrot PhilanthropistPatriot
Patriot picked out in flowers fowerl There was wasa waaI wasa
a Patrot thin stream of people peple all al tho evening eveningfor 6onll
for I the most mOt part prt curiosity curlOlty seekers seekef and andchildren on andchildren d dchidr
children childrenDr
chidr Dr Edward Eward C Spitzka who with Dr DrCnrleton DrCarleton DrCarleton
Carleton Simon Mr Trains attending attendingphysician atending atendingphysician attendingphysician
physician mado an al examination exnmlnton of the thedead tnedead thedead
dead man mans s brain said last night Chat he hohud hehnd
hud not yet studied ftudlP the tissues tiSUC microscopi microscopically mlorolcopl mlorolcoplcaly microacopicall ¬
cally call Superficially ho said Ild the brain brainwas brainwas
was caly 08 that Suprfcaly of a normal norml man mn except that tht in inweight Inelght Inweight
weight elght It exceeded the average a It weighed weighedS3
S3 3 810 810 ounces ouncC excee and takes tako twentysixth twentysixthplace twentylxthplace twentysixthplace
place In a list of the brain weights of dis distinguished dlstnguhe distlnguiehed ¬
tinguished tnguhe lst men tabulated tahulate by Dr Spitzka SpitzkaTurgeneff Spitzka1urgenet SpitzkaTurgenoff
Turgeneff 1urgenet heads hcadl the list lst with nearly lerly 71 71unces 71ounces 71ounces
ounces Benjamin Bnjamin F Butler Duter Is sixth v1 v1nd with r2 r2and 02 02and
and nd Daniel Ycbnterthirtieth Webterthlrieth with 53K 53Knge 53 The Thebrain Thebrain
brain oC the average mn man of 1r Mr TalnR TalnRage rrains rrainsage
age and stature ftature should IhOl1 weigh according accordingto acording acordingto
to Dr Spitzka Spizka 40 to 48 ounces ounCH Dr Simon SimonBald Simon181c SImonsaid
Bald 181c that tho most rOft striking strlelnl thing about aboutCitizen abut abutGitlzln aboutCitizen
Citizen Trains Trainl brain was that it i had not notshrunk notshrunk notshrunk
shrunk a fact which indicated Indleted ho thought thoughtunusual thOILht thOILhtunUual thoughtunusual
unUual unusual mental activity acivity in a 0 man of his hisadvanced hl hladvance hisadvanced
advance advanced years ycaN Mr Trains Trlns body will willremain wi willremain
rmain remain on view iew until 130 today when a aprivate aprlvute aprivate
private funeral service will wi bo b held neldCIO heldhO
Four Iolr holds now open Reached Clhed by Seaboard SeaboardMr StaboardAIr abar
Mr AII IJIK 1lle Hallway Riway full Iulinfonaloa Information on application applicationit appUcnloD appUcnloDa I
a at it UM 11 Uway fr iir < ir from C I 13 Hjan O P A IorU IorUnoiith 101 101nllb 1ortsiiioiitb
noiith nllb Vn YnAd VaAav Ail
O ON JVDOMEXTS lUDOjUE TS FOR S50000 S50000Wlilcli OIOO OIOOhlcl O000 O000Vhieh
Wlilcli hlcl Brooklyn Irookl1 School Teacher Tnchcr Got for fortnpald for1npld forUnpaid
Unpaid 1npld Salaries Satarenpt SalarleaSnpt Snpt Maxwell MaxwellTypewriters Jlael JlaelpewrUers MaxwellsTypewriters
Typewriters ouldnt De Levied on OnSo OnSo
So the Deputy Uput Took the Building BuildingA Duldna Duldnadeputy Bull dinE dinEA
A deputy sheriff sherI has ha taken tken possession psssion of oftho ofthe ofthe
the eight story stor granite grnit building buiding of the theBoard theDar theBoard
Board Dar of Education Eucaton at Park avenue and andFiftyninth ad adFICtynlth andFiftyninth
FICtynlth Fiftyninth street stt to t satisfy stsfy judgments judgmentsaggregating judgmentl judgmentsaggregating
aggregating ggrgatlj about abut 120000 10 He levied levie not notonly notony notonly
only ony on the building buiding but also al on its It con contents cn cntents contents ¬
tents as he explained to Auditor Henry HenryCook lenry lenryCok HenryCook
Cook CookMr Cok CokMr CookMr
Mr Cook Cok told the deputy sheriff sherl that tht the thocontents thecntent thecontents
contents cntent included Icluded a whole lot of records recordsof recrl
of no value to any anyone ono but the Board Bard of ofEducation oCEucaton ofEducation
Education Eucaton and several severl pretty prtty typewriters typewritersof typwier8 typwier8of
of considerable cnsiderble value in the office ofc of City CitySuperintendent CitySuprlnteJdent CitySuperintendent
Superintendent SuprlnteJdent Maxwell Maxwel These The might mght ob object ob ohject ¬
ject je to being b lg Included In a levy The Th Sheriff Sheriffreplied 8herr Sheriffreplied
replied repled that he would take the ladles ldies out outof outof outof
of the list lit of contents cntents He looked about abouttho abut abutthe aboutthe
the office ofe and wanted lnte to know what there therewas ther therewas
was of value 1ue hi I the building buidig that tht he could couldput culd culdput couldput
put his seal on and hold until ut the court courtjudgments courtJudgments urt urtjudgments I
judgments has been ben satisfied satisfiedNothing stsfe satisfiedNothing
Nothing at all nl sir and I wish wl you would wouldgo wouldpo wouldgo
go po away and not bother us responded respondedthe rspnde
the auditor auditorWhat audior auditorWhat
What is on the next floor for asked Iked the thedeputy the thedeputy
deputy eputy sheriff sheriffTho Iberll sheriffTlii
MTI Tho board boar of superintendents 8urrillenlcnts They Theyaie Thoynle Theyaxe
axe in session now but you YO cant cnt levy on onthem ontbem onthem
them answered alswerd the auditor auditorUnll audtor audtorMWel auditorVoli
MWel Unll Voli Il Ill 1MI lnll bold on to the I Ihow buldll buildmmig any
ho how lhab that hat looks as though it might bring bringa
mlJht brng brnga
a tidy tld sum if put plt up for sale Ilt said Sld the tlt deputy deputyshuritT deputysherifi I Ishori
shuritT shuritTThe shori sherifiThe
The e auditor audlor went on with wih Us l s writing wrltnl and andoocn and8cn andBode I
Bode afterward afelI rfl he was aB interrupted Interpte by the thodeputy thedelty timedeputy
deputy delty sheriff sherl who asked Rlke MWller Whero will willI wi
I Bit Im I1 going goll to bold possession sfcsslon of this thisbuilding thisbulhUI thisbuildinG
building bulhUI until uut tim Board Bar of Education Educationcornea Eucaton Educationconies t
cornea up lp with wih that S200 20000 20000Mr 20000Mr I
Mr lr Cook said ho didnt didt think thnk the tle building buildingto buiding buidingould buildingotmld
ould rn run C1HV away i if the deputy sheriI sheriff wante wanted wantedto
to go o honw hor Ho o would only onl waato his time timein r
in staying there The deputy sheriff tme I IpHNJ
Gtaig tIUO deputy sherif re replied mepiled ¬
plied that hw h had been btln sent ont to hold poesos poesosslo poe ponsossian et
slo sian ioJ Mid ho wan W 1 going goln to obey orders ordela until unl
he vi wn called tled off Tho 110 he auditor then ten rent senfin Mit MitL rentta
in L Corporation Corprtlon Counsel C ISO Dclanr explaining explainingiho eJpJain explainlnjtjic > i
iho deputy ahorifCti visit I t and Ind asking It u ujudgment I IJudgJ aj
judgment JudgJ j t fcc f Sl0000 200 l had cd d been regularly regularlyobtairtd regularlyobtaid I
obtairtd afiftincr hi tlit tl > Board Bo rd of Education Educationand FutUot
and JudKmcrt JudKmcrtTho asliiag nllZ asIIIa tE If tho tl board should pay PY the thoJudKmcrt theJudgmert thejudgmcrt
The CorpoiAtioa COrrAt Counsel Cureol sent MJt back hi hioplnio hil his hisopinicu I
oplnio vthich hlch was n rend rnd at It tho meeting meetingof meetn I Iot
of tho Iofird l0Md of Educations ductons executive executiveeoramittort e3ecutvo executIvecommittoo I Icmmitte
eoramittort cmmitte yesterday olnty Mr Lummls Luml read readtho rondthe rendthe
the opinion ned and said sld that dlct the board bord would wouldfollow wouldfollow I
tolow follow th t advice chl Mr lr Delany advised advisedthat adid adidtht advisedthat
that tht tho heard 1 pay the judgment without withoutfurther wihout withoutfurther I Ifurthor
further litigation litigationIn ltgaton ltgatonIn
In a trial tria before Justice Oaynor of tlo tloSuprorne 10 10Suprro IeSupreme
Supreme Suprro Court CuI in Hruoklyn Hlool < yn Walter Waler Dunni Dunniscn Dunnin Dunnisemi
semi n Lucy ruc U Lewis Oliver 0 Clark and andCharles amiCarlc andCharles
Charles Carlc Lnrkins Lkin Brooklyn lroJdyn teachers tcadlrs sued suedfor suedfor suedfor
for unpaid salaries slnrlca for service before con consolidation commsolidation 1
solidation aldatinn They hl won their cases > against againsttho againsttho
tho Board Roar of Education Educmlol lasj Ins December Decemberand fleeeniiwrand
and lnl the tlt board was wa ordered to pay Mr MrDelauy MrJelnny fr frDcluy I
Delauy Dcluy said rld hut Corporation Crlraliol Counsel CounselHives CoumelIlives
Hives Irs had taken taen an appeal appll as the city should shouldhave Ihould Ihouldhayc shouldhave
have been sued ted and not the tl P oard J03rd > of Edu Education 11 Educatloim ¬
cation catol Mr Ir Delany Dt lfnr pointed pinted out how however however however ¬
ever that it would be no benefit beneft to the tIl city cityto ety etyto cityto
to appeal the case CIe and advised adi cd the board boardtoStiUlu boardil boardtasexdu
toStiUlu il undso a avt R rid of the dcpiity deIdt sheriff slieriffIt 8Icri
It wan Wa decided to lay tho matter mltter over to tonext totle tothe
tle the meotng meeting ot the Cul full Boad Board of Educaton Educatonnxt Education Educationnext
next nxt week Meantime Meantme the Sheriff Shodl remaiiiK remaiiiKin remainIn
in possession possessionSOLOUT psslsMln psslsMlnStOIT possessionsocIl
Iolloc Iolle Mud 1ld XurtKAKM ltrt a5S In Squalid Squalil Quartrra Quartrraor Qlartrr I
or l East > ast t New York lions MorlstThe lorltrhe lionslime
The police polce of the Liberty Libery avenue station stationsoarcbod stationsearched I i
searched in vain uin last night nght for a fortune fortunesupposed Corune CoruneSUpOSl fortunesu
supposed SUpOSl su > posed to be secreted stcreted somewhere in the thesqualid timesqualid I IIculd i
Iculd squalid homo of Theodore Thodore Paitz an eceentrlo eceentrloflorist ecntrlu ecntrlun eceenteluflorIst
florist n rlBt who ho lived 1 in Williams Wllal avenue and nndNow f fSow
Now Lots road East New York They Theyfound The Theyfound I Ifound I
found a bundle of papers which included includedmortgagee Incude
mortgages morgag < O leases leal tax bills hUs and other docu documents documents ¬
ments which may lay assist Lsit the heirs heir in locating locatingsome loatng i
some of 01 the property the old man was n sup supposed UP ¬ i ipOAe i iposed
posed pOAe to own ownMounted OWI ownMounted I
Mounted Policeman Polceman Slott was wa cantering canteringalong cltering clteringalong canteringalong
along New Lots road rn when an a old man manstopped ninastopped i I
stopped him and said he believed beleved Paitz Paitzwas Paitawas I
was dying dyll Slott went inside inIde the old mans manshomo rnll I I
homo and found tho story stor true tre He called calledan cale
an ambulance urLulance but Dr harry larr Loew of the theBradford timeBradford
Bradford Street Stet Hospital said that Paitr Paitrwas Paltwas Paitawas
was dead deadThe deadIhe f frhe
The apartment aprtment In which Paitz Pai died was waspoorly waspoorly I I
poorly furnished furished It I consisted cnsistd of two twoHniall twoKmaU twoaniaU
Hniall rooms 100mI adjoining his hothouse hothoue The Thepolice Thepolice 1Ie 1Ieplic
police found the place plce littered ltered with wih rubbish rubbishand nlbbishand rembbiaimand
and plic a 1 dingy little ltto fire fr burned buro In u 1 stove Btovethat 6tOt stovethat
that had neon Ren better beter days dys Paitz 1llz was onco oncothe oncothe oncetime
the owner of a largo lrgo farm In II that section sectionThe secton sectonPtple soetloimPeople
Ptple People who kew knew him cllJed cnljed him a miser miserThe
The old man was wa supposed to have a ahoard ahoard ahoard
hoard stored about aout tho premises prmils and and Capt CaptBedell CaptBedell I
Bedell sent snt Policeman Polceman Kelly 1tly and ant Groat Groatto
Beel to assiSt as > iBt Slott In u I search for it it They Theypoked Thoypoked Theypoked
poked about for 101 several severl lioum Iluul and found fonriila fonne
I a 5 big bundle bundle of papers pIIIH These h180 papers papr they theytook thlYtook theytook
took to the Liberty avenue station Rtaton Tho Thopolice Thopolco liiopoliCci
police polco say that several severl months mOlth ago Paitz Paitzsold Ialtzbld laltzold
bld sold one Ole parcel of property pro pert valued ut il 1000 1000Pnitzlody ioooPoiltza < WO WOPaltzsbody
Paltzsbody Pnitzlody Poiltza body was WI taken to an under undcrtalng undcrtalngeltablhmont taking takingestablishment takingestablishment
eltablhmont establishment In Liberty avenue Ivenua near lear the thopolice thuplc thepolice
plc police station stationWALKED staton stationWALKED i
Yminff lnlf Womans WOllnS Effort Etort to Iron lleritrlf lleritrlfClipckcU ler lieracitClmekcd rI
ClipckcU by b a Boat Hook HookLena look lookLenu hookLena
Lena Lenu Antoff Iti 21 years yeol old of 2020 Eighth Eighthavenue Eighthavenue Eighthavenue
avenue tried to drown herself hersel In the North NorthItiver NorthUcr Northlilver
Itiver Ucr at the foot of 115th 15th street stret yesterday yesterdaySho
Sho was Wn saved St by b Dudley Trenifled Trenlfed a boat boatman boatma boatman ¬
man ma who saw the girl walking on tho edge edgeof edgeoC edgeIf
of If the ice ic which runs out 100 10 yards from fromtho frm frmtho fromtime
tho shore shoreHe short shoreHe
He ran rn down to I her hel and ald called caled her herbut herhut herbitt
but she paid no attention ntenton When ho got gotwithin gotwihin gotwithin
within wihin reaching distance of her the ho girl girlsaid girlaid girlsaul
said aid
You keep away from me I dont don wan wanto wanto wanto
to be saved Im going to die dieJust dieJust dieJust
Just then she came to an open space in intho Inthe intue
the Ico and jumped jump in She landed on a acako acake acake
cake of submerged ice so that when Treni Trenined Trenifled renl renltt
ned tt got to her he had no trouble truble In pulling pullingher pulng pulngher pullingher
her out with his boat hook hookTho hookho hookThe
The ho girl gir was 1 taken to the J Hood Wright WrightHospital WrightHospitl WrightHospItal
Hospital Hospitl Her Ier mother went to tho hospital hospitallast hesplnl hesplnllat hospitallast
lat last night nllbt and Mid that her daughter daughcr wor worried WOIrle rurned ¬
ned rle over the struggle she had ha to got along alongThe alonKThe alongThe
The mother said that she was wa a widow with withsix wlh wlhsix withsix
six children chidren that Lena was the oldest oldestLena oldtt oldttLena oldestLena
Lena was WI an expert lace worker but she shehad Rhehad shehad
had been out of work for several leeral weeks weekswhich weekswhich weekswhich
which made mde l 1er or r despondent The girl will willllockefcller wi willrecover
recver recverUoekefeler recover recoverJtockefciler
llockefcller Uoekefeler Hall lan at Drown Dedicated DedicatedPROVIDENCE UedleatelllnovlRNcE DedleaicdIRoYIDENCE
PROVIDENCE lnovlRNcE B I Jan 20 20ltkefeler 20ltkefelerHaU 20Rockefeller 20Rockefellerhall Itookefelior ItookefeliorHall
Hall at Brown University the te new building buildingto buiding buidingto
to bo b devoted to the social socia and nd religious religiouslifo relglou relgloulfe
dedicated this thisafternoon thisaferoon thisafternoon
lifo lfe of the university univerdt was WI
afternoon aferoon Addresses AddrCs were weredelvored delivered by byPresident byPresident byPresident
President Faunce Faunc of the university universit Hough Houghton Houguton Houghton
ton Metcalf of the senior class cla and andTheodore andfheodore andTheodore
Theodore F Green Grn of the building buiding commit committee oommittee committee ¬
tee A telegram tlegram of greeting geetng was wa sent to toJohn toJohn toJohn
John ing Inr D A Bxckefeller Rkcfelr the donor of the build building buid buidInr buildIng ¬
Ceaso Chicago ilnteO Inter InterOecan Ocean n Former Supporter Supporterof lupprter lupprteror
or Hooscvtlt 10o evel Takes Te to the Fence FenceCHICAGO FmceCIAOO FenceCmneAco
CHICAGO CIAOO Jan 20 20110 20The The Infer InlerOcews Ocean which whichheretofore whic whichheretofore
heretofore hertofor has been bn the leading leaing Rooaovelt Rooaoveltorgan R0velt R0veltorgan Rooftoveitorgan
organ of the Middle 111ddle West tomorrow tomorow will willdeclare wi willdeclare
declare its neutrality neutrnlty In I the difference differencebetween diernc differencebetween
between btwen the thl HannaMcKmley HannMcKiley Republicans Republicansand RpubUet
and tho Roosevelt Rotwlt forces forcs in the following followingeditorial tolowlg tolowlgediorial followingeditorial
editorial ediorial article articleA ariole arioleA
A Southern contemporary contemporr charges this thisnewspaper thi thisnewspaper
newspaper with wih lukewarmness lukewarnea toward towardPresident towar towardPresident
President Prsident Roosevelt Roosvelt and friendliness friendlne s to toSenator toSnator toSenator
Senator Snator Hanna Hana This Thi charge is i based basedsolely basd basdRolel basedsolely
solely Rolel on tho th th Inter Ocean statement staement that tliatPresident thatPrsident thatPresident
President Prsident Roosevelt Roosvelt was wn almost certain crain to tolose tolose
lose 108 the vote of New Nev York next November NovemberTho Novmbr NovmbrThe
The fact is that the Inter Ocean has ha ab abstained abstained abstalne1 ¬
stained carefully carfuly from interfering Interterlg In the theirreconcilable theirrconcilble theirreconcilable
irreconcilable irrconcilble conflict conflct which has ha broken brokenout brokenout brokenout
out between btween the Roosevelt Rsvelt Republicans Republicansand Rpublen
and tlieMoKinloyHanna Ul M KinleyHanna Republicans Rpublcns of ofthe oCthe oftime
the East EastAny EastAny
Any newspaper newIpper which believes belevef it best bestfor bst bstfor bestfor
for tho country cw1try to have hye four years yeaf more mre of ofRepublican ofRlpublcn ofRepublIcan
Republican Rlpublcn Administration Admlni8traton In Washington Washingtonmust
must follow folow the course CUIe pursued PUfue by the theInter theIncr theInter
Inter Ocean In this respect refpct provided it I ex exercises exercise cxercises ¬
ercises ercise ordinary intelligence intelgenc in Its Is public publicpolicy publo publopolcy publicpolicy
policy policyA polcy
A feud which almost surely will i cost costthe cst cstthe costthe
the Republicans UepuhlcnH Now York State and quite quitepossibly qute qutepoalbly quitepossibly I
Is Isto isto isto
possibly poalbly New Jersey Jery and Connecticut
to lie viewed with regret rgret and not to bo bofanned b befanned
fanned constantly cJtanty into flame fme Therefore Therfore as asevery a asevery
every thoughful reader rider of the Inter Ocean Oceanmust Oen Oenmut Oceanintuit
must mut realize raI1 this newspaper newsppr has hs taken takenno
no part pr in the controversy tntrvcfY which whlohis is raging ragingeast rging rgingealt ragingeast
east ealt of Chicago It I does not have to It Itdoes ItdoeR Itdoes
does not notwant want to Thooliargeof our Arkan Arkansas ArkanMS Arkansue ¬
sue contemporary contemprary is without the slightest slightestfoundation slghtest slghtestfoundntlon slightestfoundatIon
foundation in fact factSAYS factSUS tactS4Y5
Owe Clle Political Ioltlal Friend of the Senator Pre Preillrls Pe PeIhts Pieilkts
illrls Ihts Ills I Nomination at Cbloaio CbloaioZANESVIILE CCIO CCIOZNISVILR CbleaoZA1EsvILLE
ZANESVIILE ZNISVILR Ohio Jan 20 20Dr Dr M W WIlissey Wlisey Whlissey
Ilissey lisey a close eOI political polt Ical friend of Senator SenatorM Sntor SntorI
M I A Hanna und Ind a leader in the councils councilsof councis councisof
of Ohio Republicans Rpublcans gave out a public publicstatement publo publostatmnent publIcstatement
statement tonight in which ho made the theprediction thePIdlcton theprediletion
prediction PIdlcton that Senator Snator Hanna will wi bo bonominated b honominated
nominated nominted for fo President lfsi lt of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Dr nis nfYs Hisseys ys statement ftatement said saidSenator sid sidSenator saIdSenator
Senator Hanna Hana has h4 unequivocally uneuhoaly said saidho Bld Bldho saidlie I
ho is I not n candidate cand idate for tho Presidency Presidencyand Preideny Preidenyand
and his mie friends believe beleve that if ho were to toenter tomtrr toenter
enter into tho scramble srmble for that tat office ofce It Itwould itwoul1 itvojlL
would bo lJ a detraction tetra tietran lon Lion from his greatness greatnessand greatnes greatnesnnd
and clory don He u ii not n candidate candidateHowever cnndldateHowever candidateHowevcr
However tho student of current euent events eventscan eventsem eventscn
can readily observe b erYo the signs of the times timesWilliam timesViiliam
em readiy tmes tmesWiiam
William Wiiam McKinley McKinle in 1800 was DS not nom nominated nomircted nomirated ¬
inated ircted by his friends Cren but conditions cnditone existing existingin exitng exitngIn
in the country cuntry were the cause of his Ils nom nomination nomiton nomimiation ¬
ination inationSenator imiationSenator
iton itonSenutor
Senator Hannn lnnna refuses rflfca to listen Jlten to the thepleadings thepieadiniH thepeadints
pleadings pieadiniH of his friends frlcndf but as sure fure as the thesunrise thetunrise thestmnrise
sunrise tunrise follows Colo Etinsct 8un ct conditions condltol pre prevailing pr pryaln provailing ¬
vailing yaln In the United Unied States during tho thofirst thofrt thofirst
first frt half Ial of 1001 101 will wi nominate Senator SenatorHanna Selator SelatorHannn SenatorIfanna
Hanna for the Presidency of the trnlted trnltedStales fnled fnledStntel nited nitedStat
Stales StalesnoosEVKLe Stntel100SmTll Stat es esIwOS1FILi
I HPI Is I Now Sure SUfI Stmreoflhelclegates of the tie Delegates Urltsatt From FromTliat lmII FromThat
That II t Slat feeltoosevclt St eUOOStt JLeacueForjiieil JLeacueForjiieilLINCOLN LeueFovmmetkINcone
LeautOtlfL LeautOtlfLllSCO
LINCOLN llSCO Neb Jan 20 20The The Republican RepublicanStato Republcan RepublcanStlto RepublicanStato
Stato Stlto central committee eormltteu issued ISOlcd a call cal to tonlaht tonight tonight
night for a State convention cmenton to be held In InLincoln InTlncln InLincoln
Lincoln Tlncln on May fay 18 The friends of John L LWebster LWebster LWebster
Webster a 1 candidate for the VicePresi VicePresidential VicPresi VicPresidential VicePresidential ¬
dential nomination nominaton who wonted two con conventions cn cnvcntonstho conventionstho
ventions vcntonstho ventionstho tho first frst a delegate dlltgato convention conventionIn cnventon cnventonIn
In February Fclnlarywere Febrimarywero were overwhelmed overwhllmed by b the thoRoosevelt theHosevelt theRoosevelt
Roosevelt Hosevelt partisans portl aM who insisted InstCI on but butone butone butone
one oneThis This Thil is il construed C lstJUe to ho a death blow to tntho tothe I
the ho candidacy of Mr Ir Webster which whlchhR whlchhRbCll ha habeen has hashetmi
been bCll under the tlO ban of Rotsovelts friends friendsas frlcndas
as being a I movement to capture tho State Statedelegation Stlte Statedelegation
delegation delegaton in the interests Intefll of the anti antiHoosovolt antiHoosovelt antiItoosovelt
Hoosovolt men It I Insures Inure the election elcoton of ofdelegates ofdelegate ofdelegates
delegates pledged pltKtl to the President PresidentTho Prlsldent PresidentTue
Tho Thf next State Stile convention will wi for fol the thefirst thefrt thefirst
first frt thee tll0 in the history hi > or of the tht State nomi nominate Hominatc nomninate ¬
nate a candidate for United Unied States Senator SenatorThis SenatorThis nator natorhis
This his has been forced by b the long and Ind bitter bitterlights biter biterfghts bitterlights
lights miens tionsA fghts of or the last lalt three thre Senatorial mice elections IJI micemiens ¬ i
A State Roosevelt Rool olt league la ue was 111 funned funnedtonight forlcil foimimeiltomigiit
tonight by representatives repr8ntatvc from frm accredited accreditedelubH acorditct aooreiitelclubs
clubs culm in thirtyfive lhlrtfvo counties cOlntitK A State Statoconvention StatecOnenton Stateconeation
convention cOnenton will w bo held on May 17 17r4 1 17hIV i
1 hIV r4 WITH 111 DYIXO lIXO itor itorliul J
liul 111 In II the lie Crowd CI Crowillireihed la nulrd < tbtd to time tll Hospital Hospitalhut Iosplal Iosplalbut
but Too 00 Late LateMoriis Late1rls LateMurils
Moriis 1rls Hymnii Hymal 3 years enl old of 301 East EastSixtysecond Eat EatSI EastSixtysceomid
street and aridkilled andkild andkilled
Sixtysecond SI t8ct0111 was WOI run over
killed kild by a First avenue horse car cr between betweenSixtyfirst betwlel betweenSktyfirst
Sixtyfirst ShtvfrRt and nnt Sixtysecond Slxlvelont streets trees yester yesterday yesterlay ve te tedaj ¬
day afternoon afteroon The Til boy and lnt his sinter sinterHebocen II sisteritebetien ter terIclecCl
Hebocen IclecCl 5 yearn YlIK old worn on their hell way wayhome warhOle wayiiomiie
home hOle from from a 1 kindergarten hirliergaltl In II charge of oftheir oftheir I Itheil
their theil mother when the accident accil nt happened happenedA
A crowd gathnred ratlwred and Ind out uf It jumped jumpedLI jumpd jumpdn
LI boy bo about alJ1ut 15 years old He picked up uptho uptho upthe
tho injured child clild and ran as fast faat as he hecould hetuhl hecould
could to the Flower Hospital Hospitl throe tl e blocks blocksnwuy block8awav blocksaway
away H 10 110 carried the boy into the oper operating opr operating ¬ I IItng
Itng ating room room and nd put him him on a I table Be Before Deforo Before ¬
fore any W one on could CHld nsk a l his hi name ho had haddisappeared hadcsappearet haddloappearel
disappeared disappearedDr csappearet
Dr Pope POI t said ild td that the child chid bad lad diea died in inIho Inbe inthe
the boys boy arms
1iior lIH IOY ro uoLsr JIOLSILimiineflt DEAD DEADEinliirnl J 4IJ 4IJJ
Einliirnl J lllrnl Historian Istorlan lIistonImdIhFormenIy Formerly nt a Chicago ChicagoVnlvcrslty li1emmo li1emmolIilVr5It 11talo 11taloulnnlt
Vnlvcrslty ulnnlt HIM 11 In Freiburg Germany GermanyChicago GtrmanyChiago GermmmnyChicago
Chicago Chiago Jan Jai 20 20Prof Prof Herman E von vonHoist vonHolt vonHoist
Hoist is dead A cable message meRsge received receivedtoday rcived rcivedtoda receivedtoday
today toda by Prositlont lf8ldlmt Harper Harpr of the Uni University Unilellty University ¬
versity lellty of Chicago Chiclpo from Mrs Mf Isabel IMol von vonHoist vonhoist on onHolst
Hoist announces announcl the death of her husband husbandTho husbandThe husbandThe
The message mel8ago was dated dated from Freiburg FreiburgGermany Fribur FriburG FrelburgJrmnany
GermanyProf G Germany rmany rmanyPror
Prof Von Hoist Iollt came to the University Universityof Univerity Univerityof
of Chicago Cicago in 1882 181 at the head of the de department deprtment departimient ¬
partment of history hIRtor He remained In this thisplaco thl thlplnce thisplace
place prtment until untl 1000 10 when Illness iness compelled compelledhis comple
his hi retirement Previous to coming to the theUniversity thoUnlvelit theUniversity
University rtrement of Chicago Chicgo ho had hd scoured his hisdoctors hisdoctorf hisdoctors
Unlvelit fooure
doctors doctorf degree igree from the University Univefity of ofHeidelberg oCHeidelberg ofHeidelberg
Heidelberg fii il in 1805 1805Between t86 t86Between iS0Betweeni
Between lan and 1874 187 t he was professor professorof profCsor profCsorof
of history and constitutional consttutonal law of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United Unie States nne in the University Unlveflty of offitrossburg ofHtrassburg ofStrassburg
fitrossburg Between Betwen 1874 and 18U2 he hewns hewnl hewids
wns wnl professor prof6sol of modern history hitor in the theUniversity theUnlverily theUniversity
University Unlverily of Frelburg in Baden Baen During Duringeleven Durng Durngeleven Duringeleven
eleven years yeaJ of this later period perod he was WB a amember amember amember
member of the First Chamber Chamler of the Baden BadenLandtag Baen BaenLondtal BadenLanditag
Landtag Londtal o for two years serving sering as 11 its i vice vicepresident vc vicepresident
president presidentTrolley presidentTroley presidentTrolley
Trolley Troley Car Down an Kmbanlinient 18 Hurt HurtPITTSUUBO lurt lurtPITTIUURO hurtPITTIIUUBO
PITTSUUBO PITTIUURO P Pta a Jan 20 20A A tractIon tractop car caron er eron caron
on the Pittsburg Iltsburg Street Railway Rlway in swing swinging 8wln 8wlnIng swinglag ¬
ing around a curve cune in Rnnkin Rkln borough boroughthis brugh brughthis boroughthis
this evening went off or the track tra and rolled rolleddown rle rolledclown
down a twenty foot embankment to the theMonongahcla theMonongahela timeMonongaliela
Monongahcla Monongahela River There wore wer twenty twentyone twety twetyono
one persons pC n In the th car and thirteen tirten were wereInjured wereljurr wereinjured
Injured ljurr eight being taken to Mercy Hos Hospital Hospital Hoepitah ¬
pital this thl city cityA ci ciA
rue run rn of the Statiuard Sollfrd honda 1lorda Limited New NewYork NewYork e eYork
York to St 1t Aunmlne AUIne ha ha h4li i been b en unequalled unfuaUe Urled quick quickest du1ckmIst uck uckcot ¬
est Itl ldr time tme to 10ulb Southern rn Hoisorti nr or Office lIla 18 DW DwIY DwIYItl Bwayldr K I
IXOTOX WITH 1111 IT TODAY TODAYSeventyfive TODtFSevcntOe TODAYSevcntflve
Seventyfive Yean ear Since Snce the Dukes Dues So SoWho Hon Honho SonWho
Who ho Close lose to He Called aled Smlthson Smihson Wa WaBurled WuDult WaSBuried
Burled Dult In Genoa Leaving Lavlol Leavhn Half lar a Mil Million 11 MIilion
lion lon to Found Fount the Smltnionlan SmltnionlanThe Smlhonlan SmlhonlanThe
The steamship Prlnzess Irene Irne bringing bringingto
to this thl country countr the th remains rmin of James Smith Smithson Smithson Smithson
son founder of the Smithsonian Smithoni Institution Institutionwho Inttuton Inttutonwho Institutionwho
who died in I Genoa Geno Italy Ialy in 1830 18 and Ind was waiburied wa wasburied
buried bured there ther dropped droppd anchor lost lat night nighin nightIn
in Quarantine Qurntne and and will wi come to her dock doolearly dok dokeary dockearly
early eary this thi morning morng She was w mot mt at th thHook the theHok theHook <
Hook Hok by the United Unted States State despatch desptch boat boatDolphin bat batDolphin boatDolphin
Dolphin which was wa stationed statoned there thr two twodays twodays twodays
days ago by order orer of the Secretary Sertar of th thNavy the theNav theNavy
Navy Nav to escort the steamship steaship up the ba baas bay baya bayas
as a a mark mk of honor to the dead man Tin TinDolphin TheDlphin TimeDolpimin
Dolphin Dlphin anchored anchord alongside aongside the liner lner for foithe forthe forthe
the night night will wi follow Colow her hr up to the pier this thbmorning thl thismorning
morning moring and there ther receive rclye the comn to toake toake toake
ake it immediately Immedtely to Washington Wa hlngton The Thoremains Thermi Theremains
remains rmi will wl be b burled on the grounds grunds of ofthe ottho ofthe
the Smithsonian Smithsonin Institution InstitutionProf Inttuton InstitutionProf
Prof PrC Alexander Graham Graam Boll Bl of the theinstitution theIntuton theinstitution
institution Intuton came care over with wih the remains remainsIt remnlnsI
It I Is chiefly clefy as a a result of his hi personal pernl ef efforts eCfort efforts ¬
forts fort that they tey have hle been bon brought brouht here heroHo hereHe hereHo
Ho learned learne early erly last Jt summer that tat the thelittle te telttle thelIttle
little lttle English Ellb cemetery clelfr in Genoa In which whichBmithson whlohSmitsn whichSmithson
Bmithson was W8 buried burle was wa to be converted convertedInto cnlerte convertedInto
Into Smitsn Int a marble quarry qurand quarryand and he hewent went to Genoa Genoaand Goneaand Gencaand
and personally persnaly superintended superintende the disin disinterment diin diintrent diem diemtermont
terment termentMr trent trentMr termontMr
Mr Smlthson Sitsn was wa an t Englishman Englthman and ad a ascientist aBlentit ascientist
scientist Blentit of considerable clderabll reputation rputaton When Whenho Whenbe Whenime
ho died die In 1629 1 29 he left leC his entire enUr fortune fortue of ofS5 of5X1000
S5 500000 0 to the United Unit States Stt to t found at atEonian atW atVashington
W Vashington lngtn under te the nme name oC the Smith Smithsnian Smithsonian
Eonian snian Institution Ituton an establishment etblshment for forthe forthe forthe
the Increase Incea and diffusion dlllsion of knowledge knowledgeamong knowlege knowlegeaong knowledgeamong
among aong men W This T1 Government did not notcome notcle notcome
come cle into possession pion of the te bequest bequet until untillate unt untillate
late lat In the 30ft 3 as a Smithsons Smithsns nephew nephewwho nephewwho nephewwho
who died die te childless chidle had the use u of the themoney the10ney theimmoney
money 10ney for life lfe The money mOley when it finally finallywas fnaly fnalyWM finallyvmma
was brought brught over was Wf carried in 103 10 bags bagseach bagseach
each containing cntining 1000 10 sovereigns sovereignsSmithsnn Hverlgn sovereIgnsSadthwn
eac1 Smithsnn Smthln was as a natural natur son of the third thirdDuke tir thirdDuke
Duke of Northumberland orthumbrland His mother was wasa wa
a lineal lnea descendant dlCndat of Henry VII VI and ad at atthe atthe atthe
the time tme of his hi birth was WB the te wife of James JamesLewis Jame JamesLewis
Lewis Made a country cuntr gentleman gentemn Soon Soonafter Bon Soonafter
after the death deth of bin hi mother he had his hisname hisname hisnanme
name atr te changed chnge to t Smithson SmHhn He lived livedlittlo lve livedlittle
little ItUe in England EnglandTho Engld EngldTho EnglandThe
Tho stone stme which marked mked his grave grve at atGenoa atGenol atGenoa
Genoa Genol did dd not until unt a few years yeI ago aol havo havoon hve hveon havoon
on it any ay record rcrd of the fact that tht Hinlthson Hinlthsonwas IIthon IIthonWI Smithsonwas
was the founder of the Institution Isttuton in II Wash Washington WnshIngton WashIngton ¬
ington WI te Tho Te officials onicals of the institution institutionhad 1Dltituton 1Dltitutonhad institutionhad
had this added adde to t the other othe data dat on the thestone thestne thesteno
stone stoneSAVED stne stneS4VED stenoSAVED
Standard Standan Oil 01 Foreman Fought I Flames FlamesAlone Fames FamesAlone PlanersAlone
Alone In I the Uold anil an and Extinguished tlnrUllbed Them ThemAt Tlem Tlemt ThemAt
At t the plant plnt of the Standard Oil Com Company Compan Cornjany ¬
pany pan Constable Hook Hok N J yesterday yesterdayForeman ye8try ye8tryForemn yesterdayForemaim I
Foreman Foremn John L I Beaumont of 93 9 West WestTlurtythird WestThirtythi VestThirtythird I
Tlurtythird Thirtythi street stret Bayonne Byonne saved fe a a
100000 100 vessel s eland and its 1100000 100 100000 cargo crgo of oil oilfrom oi oilfrom
from being bing destroyed by fire fre and perhaps perhapsmuch IJerhapsmuch perhapsmuch
much more 10r damage dlnge being bing done do no ashore ashoreTho ashoreThe hore horeTho
Tho ship was wa the big oil 01 carrying errying Eng English Englih Englieu ¬ i
lieu lih vessel csel Kentmare Kent1r Vhlch hich was wn receiving receivingabout rceiving rceivingahout rceIv1ngabout
about the lost lQt of her cargo crgo of oil 01 for Euro European Eur Eurpan European ¬
pean ports prs It was W said sid last evening elnlng that thatsomebody tha thatsomebody
somebody pan aboard obo the vessel must have havethrown haethrown havethrown
thrown a lighted lghted cigarette cigarte Into the hold holdIt holdIt holdIt
It landed lnded against aglln t one of the th oil 01 boxes boxe and andsoon anasoon antIsoon
soon the box bOJ began to blaze ble A A cry of offire offr offire
fire fr wont up and the crew crw began bgan to collect collecttheir colec collecttheir
their luggage and get ready rlsd for a hasty hastytrip balty baltytrip hastytrip
trip ashore ashoreBeaumont ahor mialtoreBeaumont
Beaumont hearing htaring the cries cres hurried hurriedaboard hurriedaboard hurriedaboard
aboard the ship and Into tho hold which whichwnfi whichaf whichwas
was af dark drk except excpt where the oil oi box was wasblazing washlazing wasblazing
blazing Realizing Italrlng what might happen liappenBeaumont happenBeaumont happenBeaumont
Beaumont made mde record rlcord time in getting jltig a apalj apal apail
pail pal of water He le dashed the water against againstthe ngrint ngrintthe againstths
the burning box bo but it seemed leomed to havo no noeffect noefcct noeffect
efcct effect lie started for more mor water but buttumbled buttumbled buttumbled
tumbled down a hatchway htchway His Hs body bdy was washurt washurt washurt
hurt In several severl places pl but he dragged drggd him himself hi hisl himself ¬
sl self to his feet fMt and managed mnaged to climb clmb up upThe upThe
The flames Iam s had bal spread lpread considerably conlicerably and andthings andthing andthings
thing things looked encouraging encourging for a terrific terrificexplosion terrlfo terrlfoexploion terrifloexplosion
explosionThe exploion explosionrhe explosion
the which whichhe whichhe whichho
rhe foreman fOlmall grabbed pall pl
he dropped droppd when he fell fel got got more mor water waterund wateruOI waterand
und uOI extinguished extnguishd the fire firoBeaumont fn fireBeaumont
Beaumont Baumont declined declned last night fight to discuss discusswhat dlscul dlscimsawhat
what ho looked lool d upon OR nothing of much muchconsequence muchconqutnc muchconseqiJelice
consequence consequenceDEATH conqutnc conqutncDEAT conseqiJeliceDEATh
Rich Ulh Men iens Coachmens Club or Cliloaco CliloacoTryliiB chlencoTrII flmlcagoTrying
Trying TrII to Have HRe a Member MemberCiitOAQU MemberCmucOO Iembtr IembtrCmcAoo
CiitOAQU Jan Jai 20 20lembeJ 20Members Members of the Rich RichMens RichIeI RichMens
Mens IeI Coacamens Coac melt Club according aecrdlnl to toJatn toJaml8 toJames
Jatn Jaml8 James s E Ingraliam the lawyer lawer represent representing representing ropreselmtlag ¬
ing Mrs Mf Hollla 1019 H Thurston who accuses accusesJames accusesJamel accusesJames
Jamel James G Tilbury Tibury her former coachman coachmanwith coachmanwith coachmanwith
with attempting atempting to blackmail blckmai her out of ofS1250 oflL50
S1250 12500 whllo whie ho was in her employ are aretrying nretriug aretryiimg
trying to save him himAnonymous himAnonymout imimimAnonymous
Anonymous Anonymout letter leterl received by Mrs MrsThurston Mr MrsThurston
Thurston Thurton threaten thraten her with death if the theprosecution theprosecuton theprosecution
prosecution prosecuton of the charge is If not dropped droppedSuggestions droPlldSuggestlon droppedSuggestions
Suggestlon Suggestions are made in the letters leter that thatstrong thatstrong
strong influence Infuenc is ii to be brought on Mrs MrsThurston MrsThurston MrsThurston
Thurston and her lawyer by employers employersof
of other members membr of the club who will willsuffer willstmffcr il
suffer 8ufer death deth If I they do not prevail prvai upon upn the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman and her llr attorney atorney to auk alk for Til Tilburys 11 TiIburys ¬
burys burs discharge dischargeOne
One letter purporting purprtnK to come cme from frol a amember amembr amember
member membr of the club says ay that death will willvisit wi willvisit
visit ialt the employer or some member of his hisfamily hisfa hisfamily
fa family mly In an apparently apparenty accidental acidental manner mannersuch lnnner lnnnerpuch mannersuch
such as a runaway rnway accident occdent or a I collision collisionat c01Rion c01Rionat
at a street car cr or railroad riroad grade grde crossing crossingor croling crolingor
or a I smashup smshup between btwen tho carriage rrrage and andautomobile andautomobie andautomobile
automobie automobile Another letter received to today today today ¬
day says sys that the MJch Rich Mens Coachmens CoachmensClub CoachttnA CoachttnACub Coachmensclub
will funds to defend Tilbury Tilburyind Tlhburyand i
Cub Club wl provide prvido fund Tibury Tiburyand I
and to toexpese expose ex pl the frailties fraites of employers employersiLAIR employersnlJun employersELAIR
Wi Will Ill of the Late St Louis Lu Attorney Atorne Filed Filedfor Fler Filedfor
for Probate ProbateST lobte lobteST lrobateSr
ST Louis LUIB Mo Jan 20 20The The will wi of the theate thelate thelate
late James L Blair lar was filed ed for probate probateoday probatetoday probatetoday
today by John Johl F Lee L who is appointed appointedxecutor appointe appointedexecutor
executor exeut r without bond Mr Lee also alsoluallfied alo aloqualfed alsoqualified
qualified qualfed and received reeived letters letter of adminiatra adminiatraion admnistra admnistraton
ion ton The will wl1eave8 leaves all al Mr Blairs Bllrs prop propjrty property propcr1
jrty cr1 to his wife wlfoThe wifeThe wifeThe
The instrument Instrment is dated June 20 o 1889 1889nd 189 189and issoand
and nd was witnessed by James Seddon and andrank andFrank andFrank
Frank R wtneeed Tate The will wi and affidavits afdavt of ofho ofthe ofthe
the ho witnesses are written wrten in Mr 1r Blairs Blairsiwn Bllrs Bllrsown Blairsown
own wtnf8e handwriting handwrtng and occupy ocupy less lCR than one oneage on onepage
page age of legalcap paper paperTo paperTo paperTo
To his motherMrs mothe mother Mf Mrs Frank Frnk PBlair 1Blalr the thejfitator theteftatr theteatator
jfitator teftatr leaves leayC a large photograph of his hisathor hisfather hisfather
father and all al the papers written by or orertalnlng o opertaining opertaining
pertaining to him himHERES himTHERE himTUEIES
lIiIiEfluYftST lIiIiEfluYftSTThe
The golf Oil links 11k beckon Doss Dols and birds birs await awaitour awal awaityour
your our olr Te comlnr Reached eacbct by Southern Railway Riway Riwaylookleu KallwayBooklets Railwaylookleu
Booklets and ad Information Intonalon at a lWi 1M I IRS IJway Iway IVwa or on onippllcntlon onapplcAlon onapplication
application applcAlon lookleu to 3 H I Hardnlclc Iarwlck G I A W Wub WubInclon Vistthgton b bitton
Inclon itton D C CAr CArFA110tS CArEAMOVS Att AttFAMOUS
N Y 4 I Kla 1s L Special SDa 310 21 P U 1 Mla f Its la 4 0 West Westndlin Wet WetIndia WaitIndian
Indian India ndlin Ltd Lt 12 535 25 A M I Unexcelled Une ccled service Icrlce vU vUeon v viaFain
Pe Fain eon 0 Atlantic Ala lo Coait Coat Lice LIJe till m Dway nwlyAd ld
A Casket Believed Dele d to Contain contain Ills IU llcmaln llcmalnDiscovered IclatnF IclatnFDcon lcimialflfluseoje
Discovered Dcon fluseoje rrll d IS Miles lrl From Fom halves alwston alwstonOArVEsTON aivestoimLuvEsToN ton tonGAIVESTON
GAIVESTON Tex Jan 20 20A A metallic metalliicasket metnlc metnlct8ket metallicetisket II
casket has been ben found on the mainland mainlandabout mainlandabut mainlandabout I
about abut eighteen eighten miles n les from flom this ths city ciy l be beleved believed > e elievod I I
lievod leved to be the box bx containing cntaining the bod bodof bdy bdyot body bodyof
who diet dietsuddenly diedsuddenly
of Charles Charle Qoghlan the actor dlo
suddenly su denly in Galveston on November Novembr 1890 1890The 1890The 1890The
The Coghlan Coghl casket was wa washed wlho out of i ivault a avault avault
vault in the cemetery here by the terrible terriblestorm terriblestorm terriblestorm
storm of Sept 81900 8 10 1900 and has hl been missing missingever missingever missingever
ever since sinceIt Ilnce IlnceI sinceIt
It I was Wi tho intention Intenton to ship the body to toNow toNew 0 0New
New York J C Nixon a hunter found foundtho foundthe
tho casket cldet today today In an unfrequented unfrequente spot spotwhich IpOt IpOtwhch spotwhich
which whch he was wa beating betng up for game gameLITTAVERS RameITTAUERS gameLITTAUERS
Cross Grol Irregularities Irrelularles Chimed Clarletlln In Johnstown JohnstownMore JohnstownMore Jontown JontownIorc
More Iorc Votes otes Than Tan Than Knmci ame on the Ust UstAMSTERDAM UstAMSTE ListAMSTEIiDAM
AMSTERDAM AMSTE DUf Jan un 20 20Alhough 20Although Although he hocaptured heeptur hecaptured
captured eptur eighteen out of twentyfour twentyfourdelegates twentyfourdelegates twentyfourdelegates I
delegates at the caucuses in the city ciy of ofJohnstown ofJohnstown ofJohnstown
Johnstown last t night Col Col C B Knox is islikely islkely islikely
likely lkely to toniako make a legal contest cntest for the he other othersix othersix othersix
six which were er won by Congressman CongressmanLlttauer Congrmn CongrmnLltuer CommgressmanLittauer
Llttauer LlttauerGrave Lltuer LittauerGrave
Grave irregularities Irregulrites are charged in the IhoFirst theFirt timeFirst
First Firt ward caucus eucus which was curried crrleJ by bythe 1ythe bythe
the IJttauor Utluer war forces fors The poll pol list lst shows showsonly showsonly showsonly
only 220 2 0 names nmf recorded recrded whereas where there therewere therewer therewere
were wer 214 ballots balots in tho box the Littauer Littauerticket Itauer Itauertcket Littauerticket
ticket tcket having a majority majoriy of six Ix The TheKnox TheKnox TimeKnox
Knox forces forcs assert that fully fuly sixty of their theirnumber thehnumbr timoirnumber
number numbr were prevented from voting yotng through throughintimidation lhroughintmdaton throughintimidation
intimidation intmdaton Latest LtCt returns rtturns how that thatKnox thatKnox thatKnox
Knox carried carie one onl district dlttrlct in Ephratah Ephrata and andthat andthat andthat
that he has ha also two delegates in Hamilton Hamiltoncounty 111niton 111nitoncounl HamiltoncouhiL3
county counl and two in the town tOWI of Johnstown Johnstowngiving Johnstowngiving Johnstowmmgiving
giving him a total of 24 to 09 for Littauer LittauerRVX LUauer LUauerRUN UttauerRUN
Safe Breaker Beaer Captured After Arrr m Chase Clase by byHurricane I byHurricane
Hurricane lurrene Branchs Drnch Dogs DogwSUFFOLK Do DoSUFFOLK DogsSUYr0LK
SUFFOLK Va Jan 20 20A A bloodhound bloodhoundman bloohound bloohoundman
man hunt in which the quarry quarr was W4 a safe saferobber Iafe Iaferobber saferobber
robber occurred oeure this thl afternoon afcroon in Wight Wightcounty Wightcounty Wigimtcounty
county West Wet Virginia About noon 100n whIle whiloR whie whieR
R A Wright a merchant rncrchnnt of Everetts Everets was wasat wasat wasat
at lunch a robber broke into his store storethrough slorethrough storethrough
through a rear rea window and stole Itole S50 50 from fromthe fromthe fromtime
the safe BCe The Tle thiefs name was WI Woolen Woolenand Wooteuad Wootenand
and ad he lived Ihe near here hereHurricane hereHuriane heroHurricane
Hurricane Huriane Branch Brh with n L small Ilal posse possoand pO posseand e eand
and bloodhounds bloohounds Richmond Rihmond and Tiger TigerJr
Jr went to Wootens home homowheroa where a trail trailwas trai traitwas
was wa struck ftrck After Atr being bing pursued pursue through throughthe
the forests CorCti Wooten when hard pressed pressedclimbed prese pressedclimbed
climbed clmbe a sapling 8ap1ng to t save himself hlreU from the thedogs thedogs thedogs
dogs He confessed confosse and led le the officers officersto ofcerl ofcerlto
to a myrtle myrte bush where S4 40 of the stolen stolenmoney stolenmoney stolenmoney
money was wa hidden hiddenCONVICTED hiddenONlICTED hiddenCOXIICTED
First of the Grand Gr5nl Grsndlpldi iftipldi Illd Trials Results nenultsIn Result
In a Verdict of Gullly GulllyGRAND Gul GulGIND GuiltyGiumD
GRAND GIND RAPIDS RAIS Mioh Ioh Jan 20 20Ader 20Aderman 20Alder 20Aldermann Alder Alderman ¬
man Jacob Jacb Ellen Elen was convicted cnviced in tho thoSuperior thoSu theSuperior
Superior Su rior Court Cur tonight of accepting accptng a 350 350bribe 350bribe 5
bribe in the te deal dl41 to saddle 6dde the 110000 1000000 1000000water 1000000water
water wter contract upon upn the city cty Lont Lt K KSalsbury KSlsbury KSaisbury
Salsbury Slsbury former City Attorney Atomey In his con confession cn cnfesion confession ¬
fession fesion implicated implcte seventeen jeveteen former Alder Aldermen Aldermen Aldermen ¬
men and city oi y officials ofolal beside bside a n dozen dozn other othercitizens otherctzB othercitizens
citizens ctzB in the deal dea as 1 accepting accptng bribes bribesEight bribs bribsEight bribesEight
Eight of those accucod have llle pleaded guilty guiltyEllen guiltyEllen
Ellen Elen was as the first flt to t be b tried trie and it ittook ittook ittook
took tho jury about abut an hour to reach a averdict nveriet averdIct
verdict veriet He le Hewastakentojail was wa taken tken to jail jai forthe for the night nightand nightaimd t tand
and this thi evening many of his hi constituents constituentscalled cnltuents cnltuentsrle constituentscalled
called rle on him to offer ofer their sympathy sympathyExAlderman smpthyExAderIn synipathyExAlderman
ExAlderman ExAderIn McCool will wi bo b put on trial trialtomorrow trialtomorow trialtomorrow
tomorrow tomorrownVRAED tomorow tomorowRURlD tomorrowI1URIED
Lnruiy Pupil PUIII Lock LoekVp Vp tp Their Teacher Ttclfr and andTlitn Indnun andTItn
nun Tear Ttr Tiling to PteC PteCCormy PiecesContmtv Pieces PiecesCORIIY
CORIIY Pa Jan 20 20Sore 20Some Some of the larger largerpupils lager lagerpupis largerpupils
pupils pupis in the township toollip school in Sturtevant SturtevantCrawford Stuvant StuvantCr SturtovantCrawford
Crawford Cr vCord county count determined detrined to cease cea the thestudy thestud thestudy
study stud of geography geogaphy and Od English Eglsh Accord Accordingly Acord AcordIngly Accordingly ¬
ingly theysoteed tley they sole seized and bound the teacher teacherMiss tacher tacherjs teacherMiss
Miss js Morse Mor and thretr the v her into Ilto an aban abandoned abandone abandoned ¬
doned done outbuilding outbuUdilg Then Lenlhey they theyburned burned every everytextbook eveI everytextbook
textbook txtbook In sight kindling klndlag tho fire fre with withpieces withpioes withpieces
pieces pioes of the tle shattered shtered organ orga After Atr this thisa
a game gle of football footbal was played plyed with tho thogeographical thogeogaphical thegeographical
geographical geogaphical globe glob ns a tho ball ballA bal ballA
A A passing pasing former fomet hearing healng the noise noisecame noiseame noisecame
came ame In and liberated l mted the half Iml frozen frozenteacher froz1 frozenteacher
teacher She has ba sworn orn out warrants warants for forthe CorUla fortIme
the beys arrest aest I It was WI zero weather weatherJOKE weatherJOKE weatherJOKE
A Heal Pain Uhru Shr Sht SZmciaughedln laughetlIn the theHospital Ihl Ihllosp1 timehospital
Hospital losp1 Mow MowMUa NowMiss o oMild
Miss Mild Minnie 111e Richmond Rchmond of IDS 1951 Second Secondavenue Secn Secnavenue Secondavenue
went to tho New Star Theatre ¬
avenue Sta heatr yes yesterday yesterday Ct Ctteray
terday teray afternoon afernon to see Iee Joe Welch In The ThePtdler ThePtdler TliePedler
Ptdler Ptdler At one of Mr Welchs jokes jokesshe jokesshe Jokessue
she laughed laughe so fO hard that she sie got a severe severeand severeami severenail
and sudden pain in her stomach stomachShe stomachShe stomachShe
She fainted fulnte and wan taken in an al un unconscious untnlclou Unconscious ¬
tnlclou conscious condition conditon to the Harlem Hospital HospitalThe HospitalTe HospitalThe
Te The doctors doctor last night had not discovered discoveredwhat discofre discoveredwhat
what her ailment alment was wasWOOED wasWOOED M MWOOED
Convicted Convlltl Under tndtr Pretty Prety Nearly Sealy All Al the theColors theColors theCoiors
Colors There er Are AreIgnatz AreIgflatz i I iI iIgntz
Ignatz Igntz Gutman dyed dye his hii white whit hair pre pretended pretended ¬ 1 1tended
tended to be b twenty years yeaf younger than tlianho thanho thanho
ho was wa made mde love to a widow widoV to t whom a aschatchon aschatchen aschatchen
schatchen Introduced Intrduc him borrowed brrwed 200 200from 20 200from
frm from her and disappeared dippared The 1e police plc got gothim gothim gothim
him a month ago and when he came from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Tombs ombs into the General Generl Sessions sslol yes yesterday YES YESterdy yesterday ¬
terday terdy to bo b tried his hair was Wl of pretty prettynearly prtty prttynearly Brattynearly
nearly all al the colors colOf between betwcn black and andwhlto andwhite andwhito
white Ho was convicted cnvicte convictedofgrund of grand grnd larceny larcenynd lrcny lrcnyand larcenyand
and nd Judge Jud e Newburger said ealdI sld sldI
I dont don t want any anyone one to como cmo to my mylouse
houo house louse about nbut this case C Overtures Overtur have haveilready hlno havealready
already alrady been ben made to mo on thin Ut mans manshalf mansbehal mansbehalf
behal behalf behalfFrozen half halfFrorrn
Frozen F07fn Pipes PPl Thawed Tatc by Electricity ElectricityALTOONA Elretrlely ElretrlelyALTOOA ElectricityALT00NA
ALTOONA Pa Jan 20 20The The Edison Edl on hoc Electric Ele hoctrio ¬
trio trc IllumlnatingCompany IumlnntngCompay began bega thawing out outfrozen outfrozen outfrozen
frozen water pipes piper today today by means of elec electricity ele dee deetnicity ¬
tricity At the residence rCldeIce of John W V Law Lawthe Lw Lwthe Lawthe
the service soko pipe has ha been frozen fro1en for two twoweeks twow twoweeks
w weeks k and the plumbers could not get it itopen Itopen i iopen
open A circuit cruit was 0 estabished etabisbed through througha I
a water rheostat In ten minutes the pipes pipeswere piJC pipeswere
were cre opened opeed and water was flowing fowing freely freelyew freelyThe
The company wi will make 0 a buslnes business of ti this thiswoik
woik woikNew olk olkew
New < ew 81OOOflOO 110000 Capitol Capiol for Kentucky KentuckyFRANKFORT lentuoky lentuokyFRNKFORT KentuckyFRANKYORT
FRANKFORT Ky Jan 20 20The The House by bya
a i vote of 91 to t 1 today passed the Johnson Johnsontill Johnsn Johnsnbi Johnsonbill
bi bill till appropriating apprprlatng 1000000 tOO for the erection erectionf orlctlon orlctlonof
of > f a new capitol building buiding at Frankfort FrankfortThe Frnldort FrnldortThe FrnnkfortTho
The nouHly bill bi will wi pass pas Urn thl Senate almost unani unanlnouHly unanimously unaniinoushy
Waccamaw Waccmaw Hits It a Schooner SchoonerThe ScboonrrThe SchoonerThe
The steamship tom hlp Waccamaw Waccmw while whil coming comingup
up ip the te Swash Swoth Channel ChaInel lost lt night ran r into intohe Intothe intotime
the he fishing f1hlng schooner schoonr Julia JulaGrham JuliaGrahamn Graham carrying carryingway carryingaway
away port pr of her rigging The Te schooner schoonerfas scooner scoonerWR crrng crrngaway
WR was fas towed up upSOUTI1EKVS UpSOVTBERNS 1 1SOtTDEK
VU VI VtA Pa n n and Southern Sutber Ry II I you OU are join joino rolnl noise noiseto
to o St AUfuatlne Aurulle Orrooad Ormold Palm Beach Seal and ad Miami Miamilout SilentSleet I
1101 Sleet lout luxurious luurou In all appointments aptlmenl New Ne York Yorkifflcei YorkOI YorkOtBcei
ifflcei OI 77t 2t and 1185 IP Broadway BroalwayAd mlroadwaftdf idf
SEYS 1 IllU 11G COIMMAT fUltT OUT OUTOltlclalM OUTOlhiciats
OltlclalM omolnl Propose to Arrrtit Arret Motormen Motormtnand iUotomn Motormenansi
and 111 Commuters Condnetol If I the th Ordinance Orlnane ta taDlsulteycil I HlIsobeyeilhlaii
lIsobeyeilhlaii Dlsulteycil subtelhlall Hail Service Slrlce Scr lee the Cane CaneFignt CG CKfight
Fignt Hill U Go 00 o to the Supreme Coart CoartThe Co CoThe CowtThe
The Town Council Counel of West Wet Hoboken Hobokenpassed Hobk Hobokeniassed
passed pl8O an ordinance ordinanc last night revoking the thefranchise thefranchise I Ifrnchlo
franchise frnchlo granted grmtc to the thl North Norh Hudson HudsonCounty Hut HudsonCounty
County Railway Riway Company Compny in 1805 189 Th ThNorth The TheNorth
North Norh Hudson HudRoJ is one of the subsidiary subsidiarycompanies lubld subsidiaryCompanies
companies of the Public Publo Service Corpora Corporation Corp Corporation ¬
ton tion of Now Jersey JerseyThe Jefey JefeyTle JerseyThe
The Tle ordinance onlnanca will wi not become beome operative operativeuntil opelf operativeuntil
until unti it has hl been hen advertised adyertiso in the official officialpapers otcl offiealpapen 1
papers IlpJ for five fle days day Then 11en according aor to tothe tothe I
the town fathers tho Public Publo Service rvlc Oar Ooriporation C Oarporatlon i ipraton y
iporation praton will wi not have hlve a legal right to t ran rana r
a single Iingle trolley troll car rr on any street strft In UM UMtown t thetown
town and tho pOll ioles x > le nnd wires wirl will wl have hav to tocome tocomo tocome
come down They ray that the police policewill plc policewill
will wi bo ordered or ered to arrest arllt all al conductors cndlcol co dtmctora and andmotormen ad adnlotormEn I Imnotornien
motormen nlotormEn who attempt atlmpl to run tho cars carsTho Im ImThe f fTho
Tho revocation revocaton of tho trolley trloy franchise franchiseordinance Crmche Crmcheordinance famnchleoordinance
ordinance which repealed repalld the old horse horsecar hle hlecar horsecar
car ordinance leaves loaE8 tho latter lalrr in force forceand for forceand
and the company cmpany may run rUI horse hore car CI cars U llt llttlh It ItfeeU itfeels
feels tlh so H disposed disposedTho dlp08ldTht disposedThe
The Tht town hall hal was crowded clQwdt1 with indignant indignantcitizens indigant indigantclt1n indiguantcitizens
citizens clt1n when tho Councilmen Councimen got together togetherfor togther togtherIor
for business Nolan said
Ior hUlines Mayor every op opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity portunity had hac been llen given glen the company cmpny to toimprove t J JImprve J Jimprove
the service It had mado
improve Imprve strvlco prom promises prm prmiees promices ¬
ices but didnt keep Ieel them Ho 10 said that thattho tht thtthe thattime
the people pple would rather rther walk than ride In Inthe Inthe inthe
the trolley troley cars as ni they th Y are run now nlW and andmany andlnny andmany
many lnny taxpayers ta payers present cried out Yea YeaYesl YIYes YesiYes
Yes YeslIt YesIt
YesI It I is It understood that the trolley troley com companys cm cmpnys cornpallys ¬
panys pnys lawyers Ilwyer will wi apply for a writ of ofcertiorari ofcrlomri ofcertiorari
certiorari crlomri removing reoing the action Icton of the Coun Council CU ¬ t tcii
cil cl to tlio Ut Supreme Court for review rview An Aninjunction Aninjuncton Animmjunction
injunction injuncton will wi also aL < be b applied appled for restrain restraining rtri restraining ¬
ing the local locl authorities authoriteR from frm interfering interferingwith InterCers InterCerswith 1 1
with the of the II
running cars carsIt car8I careit I II
It I Is said that other towns may follow followWest folw folwWest followWest
West Hobokens example exampleEMl oxmple oxmpleUW exampleXEtlf
UW EMl SIDE fl CAR ilf STOPS 70 BEATEN ttEATENAldermen IlATEN IlATENhltrlrn BEATENtlmlermimnim
Aldermen hltrlrn Will Repeal Itpeal the tll Sew 4ew Ordinance Ordinanceon Ornane Ornaneon I Ion
on Tuesday TuesdayThe iimesdayTime lesdl lesdlThe
The agitation ugiaton for the repeal repel of the near nearside ner nerblde nearbide
side street car er ordinance ordinanc has succeeded succeededconsideration i iAt
At time Aldermens motig meeting Ilt last Tesdy Tesdywhen Thesday i iwheim
when Alderman Dou Doull aked asked for Immedte Immedteconsidemton immediate immediateconsideration
consideration considemton of lib lL resolution rsoluton restoring restoringtho rstring rstringthe
the old rule rlo rub compelling compclng cars er to stop on them thflfar tb t tfar
far side of the street stret Mr McCall McCl the Tam Tammany Tammany ¬ i imany
many leader had it sidetracked to t the thaCommittee theCommlt theComnmnitte
Committee Commlt e on Railroads Rlroadq Others Othel of the theAldermen theAldenol theAldermen
Aldermen Aldenol also objected to Mr Doulls Doullsmotion Doul Doulismotion
motion motionLets moton motonMItg F FLots
Lets see so how this thl scheme works before beforekilling hforo hforokilng beforekilling
their When some somnof someof I
killing kilng It was cry sma smaof
of the members membel who ho sided with Mr Doull Doulltried Dul Douhitried
tried to show that tht it would IKS better to t kill killthe kU kilitime 1 1the
the ordinance ordinanc than to kill ki some one by bycontinuing I Icontnuing icontinuing
continuing contnuing it Little Lite Tim hn Sullivan SUIV who whowait whoa je t twas
wait a in the chair ohir shut off of debate debt It I was wasdecided Wil II L t
decided that nothing should be done until untiltho untl untiltho r
tho Railroad Committee Cmmittee had had hd some somspublio sme somepublio i ipublo
publio hearings hearingsSince ji jiSince
publo f
Since Tuesday Iuesdy something has bs happened happenedHall hppnd r rAlderman I I II IIAlderman
Alderman McCal McCall came dow down to th the City CityHal CityHall
Hall Hal yesterday ye ttfly and after afer talking talig with withPreaidont withPrfsidont withPresident
President Prfsidont Fornes Fores it was W0 made mnd known knownthat kown kowntot knownthat
that tot there ther would auld be no public publo hearings hearingson hrigs hrigson
resolution Messrs Fornesand FornesandMcCall FornesandMcCall
on the Doull Doul rBluton Messl Fomead FomeadlcCal
McCall lcCal said that at next Tuesdays Tieas meeting meetingof mtig mtigof l lof
of the board Mr Doulls Douls resolution rsolution would wouldbe wouldbe 4 4be
be brought up again agai and passed passedMr Psed Psedf passedMr
Mr f McCall explained the somersault fmeIult by bysaying bysying 1p 1psaying
saying sying that the Merchants Merhant Association Associationwhich Aolton Aoltonwhch Associationwhich
which whch originally originaly favored favorld the Wnear near side or ordinance ordinance ¬ t tdinance
dinance with certain certai other rules rule to t help hlp It Itwas I Iwas It3 It3was
was not represented reprentd at It Tuesdays Tesdys meeting meetingand metig metigand I Iand
and the te leaders leadef of the board bord had hd consid considered Old Oldered ¬ i iered
ered It only courteous to t give that tht body bodjra by bya 3 3a
a chance chnco to be heard before bCore recindlng recldg the thenew te tenew i inew
new rule rle The association aoiaton has h made known knownthat ko kotht knownthat
that tht it is L now opposed oppsed to 0 the measure measureDOnIE meanr meanrDOWIE measureDOBIE
Cant ant Sail Sal for Austrll Australia Today Toda irnlets nle He HeWives DC BeGives
Wives Hunrts HunrtsSvv Jond JondS lhondsSAN
SAN S FRANCISCO I Jan 20 20Prophet Prophet Dowie Dowiewas Dwe Dwewa Dowiewas
was wa sued today by Hugh Craig a promi prominent pm prornimiont ¬
nent insurance Inurance ngont Igent and expresident lxpreldent of ofthe ofthe 1 1the
the San Sn Francisco Frnncllo Chamber of Commerce Commerceto Cmmere Cmmereto 6I fl flto
to recover 9176390 the balance balnce on a loan loanmado lon lonIne
made to Dowie in 1888 with interest interet at atpr 7 7per m0i m0iper
per Ine cent for fifteen ffen years As Af he has hB boon boonout bn beenout I Iout
out pr of tho State since 1889 189 the statute statut of ofimitations ofimitltons ofimitations
imitations imitltons cannot be pleaded pleadedWhen pllded plldedWhen pleadedWhoim
When Dowio came cale here her from frm Australia Australiahe Autrla
he brought brulh a letter lettlr from frm Mr Craigs CriKs father fatherin tater taterin fatherIn
in New Zealand and on the strength stgth of this thissecured t thissecured
secured leCU several loans amounting to 3727 3727of f t tof
of which only 926 2B was returned returned Mr MrCraig l lCraig
Craig swears that this loan was simply a abusiness abusiImcIla
business transaction an he had no Interest Interestin 4 4In
in Doivios beliefs Dowie promised his hispay hispay
pay as soon as he mudo enough money but butno I i iho
no has turned a deaf ear to all reminders remindersMr t tMr
Mr Craig proposes to atop Dowio from fromsailing I j jsailing
sailing for Australia tomorrow unless he hegives hegives
gives bonds bondsDowie 1
Dowie says the suit Is blackmail Hn Hndeclares Hedeclares
declares Craig financed ono of Dowlen Dowlenmissions Dowlesmnissiomme
missions here and that Craig received bock bockall backall
all he advanced Ho says ho will spend spendthree I Ithree
three times the amount of the debt to pre prevent ¬ isj isjvent
vent collection He declares he will sail sailtomorrow fst fsttomorrow
tomorrow as he will furnish an ample amplebond amplebond
bond bondDowles tlr tlrDowies
Dowles reception here has been frosty frostyand tt ttand
and ho is angry ovortho lack lackofenthusiamini of enthusiasm enthusiasmPltEVEXTIXG t tP1WENTIXG
Suggestions From the Advisory Board of ofthe oftime
the Health Department DepartmentTho
The advisory board of the Department Departmentf
of > f Health met at the department building buildingt
at t Fiftyfifth street and Sixth avenue last lastlght iP iPnight
night lght to discuss means to fight the spread spreadof 4 fh fhof
of pneumonia which is n prevalent In the thncity 4j 4jcity
city A statement was given out which whichwas tfV tfVwas
was in part us follows followsTho fr7f fr7fTime
Time present Increase In pneumonia of ofvarious mf t J Jvarious
various types is JiiBty u source of solicitude uollcltudftto
to those having time Interest of the public publichealth I Ihealth
health In charge for It hn has been fully estab established estabhished ¬
lished that u certain proportion of cases of ofpneumonia 1 1pocumnotila
pneumonia arc communicable mind by proper propercaro propercare t
care their spread may be prevented preventedThe j jrhe
The various lornisof terms of acute pneumonia pneumoniawhich i iwhich
which are now prevalent both In adult and andIn i iIn
In children lire Incited by bacteria Exposure Exposurebold Exposuretold
bold overoxertlon luck of physical vigor vigorund vigorand
und abuse of the u use e of alcohol predispose predisposethe
the Individual to pneumonia but are not lift liftdirect itsdirect
direct causes The bacteria arc usually con conveyed ¬ I Ireyed
veyed In the dust of the air contaminated contaminatedby
by sputum and nasal or other discharge dischargeIt
It In of urgent Importance that the regula regulations regulatons ¬
tons of time Health Department for the thesuppression tii tiisuppressIon
suppression of the filthy and dangerous dangerousously dangerousraetice
raetice of pttttng upon floors pavementS pavementSor
or other unsuitable placeR slioud be rigor rigorously
ously enforced Feather dusters should b babandoned babandoned
abandoned and moist cloths used for dustlnr dustlnrWhen if ifWhelm
When practicable nwcuplng should be don donIn j jin
In the evening eveningllediham it itileckhani
llediham County ouimt In Kcntncky KcntnckyFIUNKFOHT I IFnAKFolIT
FIUNKFOHT Ky Jan 20 20Time The Senate Senateoday Senatstoday
today passed time Whltt bill creating th thounty tha thacounty
county of Btckliam from parts of Carter Carterounty CarterLewis
Lewis and trayson counties The w wcounty
county will comprise i iniinre ovr four bu busquare
square niinre miles with Olive Hill m th the county countypat countsIt
pat It is in time richest coal field In th thastern tieeasteru
astern Kentucky district It U iiaaM ulohor u habonorofGovUeckhDW
bonorofGovUeckhDW lohor of Gov Beokham

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