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dICERS OPFIOERS OPFIOERSJohn J Jdohn
John I F Drden Dr den Prrddeijt PrrddeijtIIle Prflld nt ntIeslle
Ieslle n Vard EdKar D Saril SarilVI Varl
VI 1 cePrteldent 2d YIcPrdsIdent YIcPrdsIdentForreJt lc Prf illdlnt illdlntForrelt
Forrelt I Jrden ad 3dEdward Vk lresldellt lresldelltEdard
Edward Hanouse JjJ 1c E Dlanhard DlanhardTreasurer ilianeliardJreasurer
Treasurer i h Iupt oU offlx1 1I1 ktateJicob Eltate EltateJacob
Jacob E Ward I Wilbur S dllhlllon dllhlllonC JotiiiionCounsel
Counsel CounselP
P C Qlanehar SuperMor Sup rvlsor Loan Dept DepEdwardGraY
Edardl EdwardGraY Gra Ii Edward 11 Iiamlll IiamlllSecretary HrnIIISecretary
Secretary Medical Director Dlrettoralel DirectoraIeiitne
alel aIeiitne tlne hiker Bob Jiobert rt Ii 1 Durraee DurraeeiltaDt JiurraeAtot
Atot iltaDt eretary Medical Director DirectorIeslle DFrectorLeslie
Leslie P Wi ad d John H Gore GoreAisistant soreAusttant
Aisistant Secretary Actuary ActuaryWillard ActuaryWillard
Willard I anlliton FrederiC A Dole DoleAlISlstant BoyleAsslstant
AlISlstant Secretary Cashier Cn5hierFrrderlek
Jortderlck H Johnston ABsociate Actuary ActuarIItnry ActuaryHenry
Henry Onrsne george W Iunslk iUunlek8upervlso IunslkSupervisor
Supervisor Supervisor SupervisorWm
Wm Perry Watson Assistant Medical Director DirectorFrederick DirectorFrederick
Frederick I lIoftman StatlstJ lan tanGeorge lanGeors
George 1IHlrk HKlrkptrlek arlck Assistant Actuary ActuaryI
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THREE BAD FIRES TO FIGHT FIGHTDVT
nUT rOT OT A 4L1FF f LIFE LOST BY 1 DELAYIX DELA DELAIN DELAY I
IX 1 THE T 1E SLIPPERY SI STREETS STREETSThree STREETSThree i ibrel
Three brel 1moni lenon Burned In an Early Mornln MornlnTenement MornhiiTenement
Tenement Dlae DlazeSCorel Scores Soared ScardbY ScardbYIn b bin bIn I
in Empty Muslo Hall Fire Flr FtreDo HOB o Snlfocated Slit Snftoetedllard Slitoe2tedHard
focated toetedllard Hard Sledding for Firemen FlremerThree FiremenThree I IThree
Three serious fires in different parts olthe o othe of ofIhe
the city yesterday excited all the folk folknear folksnear folknear
near each One fire was at 13 Forsytl ForsytlHreet ForaythFtreet Foraytlitreet
Hreet where wherothirtysixfaniillee thirtysix families live in front fronand frontand froniand
and rear tenements Three persons personsiiightly wer werflightly w1re w1reFllghtly
flightly burned In escaping from this thl fire fireThert fireTheit
Thert early In the evening there was a fir finIn firIn fire fireIn I
In a five story tenement at 539 East Eighty Eightythird Eightythird
third street streetThe street1he streetThe
The moat exciting blaze occurred jusbefbre jus just Juabe I Ihe
befbre he fore e noon in the Bon Ton Muslo Hall a at I
115 and 117 We West t Twentythird street streetThis atreetThis
This 1 ls was the original Koster k Blat rausi rausihall musioha1 inusihail
hall Dense volumes of smoke arising fronit fron fromit fronft
it caused a great stir amongthe shopper shopperin
in Sixth avenue avenueThe nv avenueThe nue nueThe
The fire started on the third floor how hownobody hownobody hownobody
nobody knows This floor is used u cd as Ill aisyTnnaMrni t tcymnaslum 0 0Iyrona
cymnaslum Iyrona l m Tho rest l is I unoccupied unoccupiedDetective unoccupiedlecHy unoccupiedDeocIye
Detective lecHy Sergeant Martin Faliey in pass passing pafllInlt pasRing
ing saw aw smoke coming from the front froniwindows fronwindows I Iwlndowlland
windows wlndowlland and turned in an alarm Bat Battalion Battalion Butlalion
talion Chief Ross answered this alarm am amImmediately and andImmediately ancimmediately
Immediately turned in a second secondThe seconde eCCOfllThe
The e firemen bad lad hard work to get ho hiolines holines hos hoslinls
lines into the building at first owing t tlulling to tohilling Ufailing <
lulling glass They finally succeeded iiigetting it itRetting in inettlng
Retting a dozen lineslnto the place am amsoon ami amiI arnAOfl
soon I > on had the fire under control The build building building
ing was badly damagedAdjoining damaged damagedAdjoining damagedAdjoining
Adjoining the music hall la I a twelve twelvepory twelvsi tweleFQry
pory i ry building buildingin Jn which are a number o ofirms of offirm ol olfirma
firms firm employing women and girls Manjof Manyof Many Manynf
of the occupants becaire panlo stricken strickeiand strickenand strickerand
and rushed for the elevators and stair stairways lit stairways air airwaYA
ways No one was aR Injured InjuredThe InjuredThe injuredThe
The earlier fire fir at 13 Forsyth street starteon started started startedon startedon <
on the t he top ticor The building is a 1 six sixMorv AixIorv sixMory
Morv tenement Twentyfour families Ilvi Ilviin 11win IlvoIn
in the house proper and in the rear is a four fouistory fourtorytenement loutstor
story stor torytenement tenement containing twelve monfamilies mon morefamilies moivfamilies
families The flro started just before beforeo before1oclock t
o clock In the morning wlwiv Y1l I npgt of ortlHt ortlHttenants thtenants th th4tenants
tenants were sleeping sleepingIIlrs
Mrs Catherine C therineOLearywl OCearywho OLeary who o lives en the thftcp thetep thatep
tep floor was awakened aw kened by lift smcUcl smcUclnyko smelldm small ci cimke
nyko m kEl and ran screaming through th thhallway the thehallway thehallway
hallway There was a wild rush for Cr thelairs thestaIrs the thoFlairs
lairs Pasquale Caproni his wife and andfourteenyearold andfourteenyearold andfourteenyearoid
fourteenyearold daughter from tho trfflfor trf tr Upfir p pf1
fir f1 or were not awakened as lUIii ason sfcon on as allihe alliheOlhfr th thothers the theOthrs
others and in in escaping caplng all thrpflWere thrf three were more morer more moreor
or r isa l ss burned A surgeon Aurpeonfrom from Gouver Gouverneur Gouverneur louverneur
neur Hospital drpssed dr sscdt tjielr lrbum8 lrbum8I burna burnaAt tUrns tUrnsAt
At 530 East FJghtythird FJght thlrd atroltlocZoc1c atroltlocZoc1ciflthemornlngfiro stroel stro tat it 3 oclocli oclocliw oclocltnlhemornlngfire
I nlhemornlngfire w the morning are started in a ticandv candy tOrn Htdrrn struen tOrnon
on ° n the ground floor from an overheatedThe overheated ovcrheOllcdFtOf overheated5tp
FtOf > The fire was discovered by byPeters
Dole oooIer the store dog who licked hi hirwter his hisflters
Peters rwter iface face and then barked b larked rke loud and afliling andvig andng
ling vig ng Everybody got oqt oltMfely safely but th thI4K the thed thelog
d log g He rushed IntO the basement base 1ent and andM andWI ands
WI M s suffocated suffocatedIn < <
In going to all the fires the thIflremen firemen had hadluum hadRrpat hadgreat
great dJnkuit dlmcully owing t tqthc thetco Icoccate ccaiei ccaieiteets l lTho
teets The horses slipped Cfinand rt n and he heer hiivers
ivers er found luum It necessary to allow them themo
10 o go slowly slowlyStatement slowl slowlStatement
Statement by Comptroller Grout GroutComptroller GroutComptroller GroutCompt
Comptroller Compt roller Grout Issued 188 ed yesterday YCllt rday rda this thistatement thl thl8tat thisStatement
Statement 8tat tatementI ment C CI tI
I do not entertain and andh4v havp not nbt ex exPressed x xpresled xpressed
Pressed any opinion adverse aderscftdtlayor aderscftdtlayorMcClellaueaugge to Ma Iaor IaorMcClellans > oi oiMcClellana
McClellana McClellaueaugge suggestion ton that certairismall certairismallParks c rtalnlImnllparks rtiliItt1ahlParks
Parks might be used for tempornryschpol tempornryschpolilldings tem ten porry rarylIchool rarylIchoolbuildings school schoolltildirtgs
buildings illdings illdingshave
1 have hn had no dispute or disagreement disagreementjl disagreementWlnlthhl
Wlnlthhl Wlnlthhlanunany jl t > Tammany anunany department Hall over er thepatronage tbe patronajte patronajtet
LIFE INSURANCE I SU RA CE ISSUED AND ANDP ANDPAIDFORdurini9o3 MiaFOR T F IdPri duringago duringagoincluding 9 3 2 1Q 9 3 MILLIONS MI MILLIONSincluding LIONS LIONS1nclud1ng
including Ordinary Insurance 102822648 6ver 6verASSETS ov ove oveASSETS r 7 7ASSETS
MILLIObS MILLIObSINCOME MILLIONS MILLIONSINCa
ASSETS end of 1903 over 0 v V VINCOME 72
U UPAID t > i 39 MILLIONS MILLIONSMILLIONS MILLIONSPAID nLLIONSPAID
INCOME INCa ME during 1903 over > 4
PAID POLICYHOLDERS POL CYHOLDERS during duringI9 1963 3 over ov r V T TSURPLUS 7 39Q I 11 I MILLIONS MILLIONSMILLIONS MILLIONSURPLUS MILLIONSStTRPLTJS
J jr jrNUMBER f 10 Q MILLIONS MILLIONSMILLIONS MILLIONSNUMBER MILLIONSNUMBER
SURPLUS end of 1903 over o er I
POLICIES LICIES IN FORCE > 5 MILLIONS MILLIONSMILLIONS MILLIONSINCREASE Mi L O S SINCREASE
NUMBER OF P over overINCREASE o er
INCREASE IN PAIDFOR INSURANCE IN INFORCE INFORCEoer FORCE over overMAKING oV r S 120 29 MILLIONS MILLIONSPaidfor MILLIONSS MILLIONSMAKING nL IONS IONSI IONSMAKING
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MAKING THE GRAND TOTAL OF OFPaidfor OFPaidfor
Paidfor Insurance in F Force rce over 931 MILLIONS MILLIONSTotal MILLIONS MILLIONSTotal MILLIONS MILLIONSTot
Total Tot l Payments to toPolicyhol Policyholders er in Twentyeight Tw ntyeight Years over 79 Millions MillionsHOME Milliq MillionsHOMEOFFICE 1s
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VlfS JACK GAIlDXEira TAXE TAXEState TAXEState TAXES TAXESStateConllnlsstonerSa
State StateConllnlsstonerSa Commissioner Says It Is J UostoriIluslncss Boston DOltonlIIl1stnessto BostonIlulsiness
Iluslncss to Decide About the Museum MuseumBosTo tlunenmBOSTON lIueamBOSTOS
BOSTON Jan 21 nWllliam William D T TrefrjStato Trefrj TrefryUato TreiryState
State Tax and Corporation Commissione Commissionehas i ihas
has made a statement concerning the n nlation relation
lation of his hl office to the collection of ai aiworkIn art artwork arworkein
workIn work ln the Gardner G rdner Museumupon which whiclMrs whichrsJack whichMrs
Mrs rsJack Jack Gardner recently paid the Unite UniteStates UniteSttitee
States a large amount of duty According Accordinto Accordingto I
to his statement his office has at preser presernothing present presennothing
nothing to do with the > rorks of art ii iiquestion In Inquestion It Itquoution I
question questionIf
If they are Mrs Irs Gardners persona personaproperty personal personalvropcrt personaproperty I
property they may be assessable as a such suclin 8uchm suchIn
in which case aHe the State has no intcref intcrefin intereIn interesIn
in the thoniatter matter The I e local I al assessors assesthe asses assestho llSSeslitho
tho tax on personal property househol householeffects hou househokeffects ehold eholdefrect
effects Vc c It la for toe city assessorof assessor I8soosorsof assessorof
of Boston to deal with Mrs Gardner Oardneripictures Gardnerpictures I Ipictures
pictures and works of art as they see fllIf fit fitIf fitIf
If it appears that the works are tho prop property property
erty of the museum corporation and tn tncorporation the thecorporation thcorporation
corporation is I found to be an educations educationscorporation educationalcorporation educafionacorporation
corporation within the meaning of the law lawthe lawthe lawthe
the Stato will levy no tax If l the corpora corporalion corporation corporatlon
lion does not properly come within that thaclassification thatclassification thisclassification
classification it would bo taxable taxableSUE taxablettrl taxableSUE
SUE ttrl w U aoiLD aoiLDify OOlI lllWKA lllWKAIe RItOKAWLeiy
Ie Leiy ify k 1nger t tngcrWant n er Want ant sr000 for LegServices Ieral IeralSenleN Leg Legserilec5
Services for Sirs Irs Ortiz OrtizTho OritzTho OrlhzThe
Tho law la firm oMsyy of leyy A Ungor has begusuit begun beguna
a suit in the Supreme Court to recover recoverS5IO recovei5O4A
5000 from W V < loilld Brokavr for nerviceendcred services IervicCIIrendcred servicesrendered
rendered Tlio services consisted in nidin aIdInMrs nidinIrs nldlnlt nldlnlttlm
Mrs Irs Annie Ortiz when sho engaged in inaolico inpolice a apolitt
politt police court dispute with Mrs Katherine Katherinoillon KatherinePoi1lon latherintPoillon
oillon who sued Brokaw for 250000 fo fojroach for forbrlach fobreach
breach of promLso o and S2WOOO 210000 for libel libelnstance libelIIIrf libelMraOrtlz
IIIrf MraOrtlz Ortiz w wg14 M arrelStprlat arrested at Mrs Polllons PolllonsInstan POIllfltInstance
liavine sent he hehreatenine her herthreatening liCithreatening
Instan Instance t > on a charge of hav ng
threatening letters but was dischargedlevy discharged dischargedvy dischargedIevy
levy vy linger represented repre l1ted Mrs Ortiz ii iihat In Int Irthat
t hat and several veral other actions growing on onif ont ontof oniuf
of uf if tho PoillonBrokaw affair betweerUig between betweenAug
Uig 10 and Sept opt 30 last Ther They ailegi ailegihat ciill llec llecLhat e ethat
hat Carl FischerHansen F Mr Brokavr lirokawlawyer i iawyer II IIlawyer I
lawyer awyer and agent employed them but buvhen butwhn butwhen
when they madoa demand for or their raone raoneJrokaw money moneUrokaw I
Jrokaw denied all responsibility responsibilityAn rtB nAlhllity I IAn
An order was as recently obtained for Mr MrnuchprHansenj MrFiseherHansengxarninatIon lr lrFiRChlrHansen
FiseherHansengxarninatIon nuchprHansenj examination before trial trialmd Irillland trialmdl
and md Supreme Court Justice Loventrit Loventritvill loventrlttwill LoventritiIYIhI
will hear today todaya a motion to vacate that thairder thaiirder thatorder
irder order1l1 irderruEDEn irderIan
1l1 ruEDEn IWED TllR1trl TIR47flhiIiEPRONF TIR47flhiIiEPRONFhan rf = lIlpnovF lIlpnovFIan
Ian Who Said aid Hed Blow Off UnderUkci UnderUkciHamiltons UmleltakcrlIamllton UnltttkeiHamiltons
Hamiltons lIamllton Head Arrested ArrestfdWilliam ArrtsttclWilliam ArrestedWilliam
William H Hamilton an undertaker of ofledford ofI oftediord
n ledford fordl avenue enue and North Sixth Sixthstreet SixthstreetWilliamsburg street streetraiiatnsburg Streetiiliiainsburg
I Williamsburg raiiatnsburg causjd au8 d the arrest ycsVerdaj ycsVerdajif YCB rdIY rdIYof
of if 1 Georg llunnigan a IJ mechanical engi engiicerj engiieer engineer
neer icerj 28 years old of 123 Berry BerrystreI BerrystreIHa street streetlamlltori StreetIithi1UOn
Ha lamlltori n11ton has known the yoUng man see saVrol seeral Iie Iieeral
eral rol years t rfl A Ay year y hr r ago he went into Ham Hamlton HainiIIonlI 11amlions
lions lton piped ploL and after talking In a 1 ram ramiling ramb1ing01anneraM1ultca ramIingnianner
b1ing01anneraM1ultca iling Iingnianner manner assaulted the undertaker am amKM and andwa andyou
wa KM thrown out outHamilton outHamilton outhamilton
Hamilton heard h rd nothing more of Dunni Dunnion Dunnlgan
on until Monday night when Whelhe he apnearccn appeared appearoo appearooill
gan ill n Hamiltons shop and not finding thezndertakercafle1 the theindertakercalled thoundcrtaker
undcrtaker indertakercalled caned him up on the tolephom tolephomt
at Lt t his home Dunnigan declared that al atlie alff at attho
tho lie first opportunity he was going to blow blowff blow4ff
ff the top of Hamilton s head with a gun gunrnmllton gun1f11m1l1o gunfilm1ltoi
rnmllton decided not to totaltt take any chancer chancerritli chantflflvitll chansrith
ritli Dunnigan DUl1 igan and had him arrested arrestedit
At tt it tho Lee avenue police court Dunnigan Dunnigarliked Dunnigantalked Dunniganalked
liked in a rambling manner manner giving the thinprcfoion the theImprMion themprrasion
nprcfoion that he e was demented Hi He Hewaif Heva
waif va 84 held in 1500 500 ball pending a hearing hearingiree hearing11uell hearingriir
11uell riir iree ee Trackrofn Klllrd by bya a Fa Fut t Malj MaljLvjCATEB lUIIILT1C 3111 3111LI7cA8rEu
LvjCATEB LT1C TlmPa > Pa Jan 21 21Harry Harry Hoffnan Hoff Hofflan 11011m
m lan n Charles Batcer and John Keen Penn Pennyjvania Penn1IylvIInla Pennylvanla
yjvania RaIl Railroad oad track repairmen were werlit werehit wereut
hit lit this afternoon by the fast mall train i iillo u uInlle anile
Inlle nile east of Lancaster and were killed killedfobody killedNobody killedtobedy
Nobody witnessed wit 1esled the accident but It I Iupposed la lasuppo6ed Isiupposed
upposed that A 1 freight passing prevented preventehem preventedthem preventedhem <
hem from noticing the passenger train
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PATIENT LEFT BYFIREESCAP BYFIREESCAPMORA BY FIRE ESCAPE ESCAPE1I0RAN ESCAPIMORAN
MORA MORAN THOUGHT DOCTORS TVERFLAWING TVER WERE WEREPL4NNING WEItJPLANNING
FLAWING TO KILL HIM HIMS nlUSo FIlMSo
So S He ClImbed Out In III HIS Night 8 8and Shirt Shirtand Stiltand
and Strolled Along Till He Met MetFriendly Iet a I IFriendly I Irlendly
Friendly Stranger Who 110 Led Him Int IntSaloon Into 1nla
a Saloon SaloonReturned Returned None one the Won WorseJames WonJames WoneJamea I
James Moran a coachman h t a pneu pneumonia pneumonla pneumania
mania patient in the J Hood Wright Hoe Hoepital Hoepita Hoepital
pitalLast pital pitalLast
pitaLalit Last night his temperature ran ran so high hlglthat higthat I Ithat
that the doctors decided to give him ai aralcohol aialcohol an analcohol
alcohol bath Moran heard them talking talkingabout talkingI talkingabout talkinabout I
about him and being bfin delirious decide decidethat decidedthat decidecthat
that they were plotting to kill him himWhen himWhen himWhen
When tho doctors left the ward on th thsecond the thesecond th1second
second floor overlooking Amsterdanavenue Amsterdan A1I1lterdamavenue imeterdatravenue
avenue Moran slipped d from his cot opener openetthe opened openerthe I
the window and climbed down the fin finescape 11mIscape finescape
escape He walked west through 131st I31sistreet 131ststreet I Istreet
street to Broadway BroadwayA
A man who turned the corner at thlimoment this thismoment thumoment
moment was startled to see this strong strangfigHTs strongfigure etrangefigure
figure meandering leisurely down th thstreet thfJ thfJstreet thurstreet
street with the tails of his nightshirt flap flapping flapIJing flapruing
ping about his legs legsTho leglThe legsThe
The pedestrian tried diplomacy anc ancnaked und undasked andasked
asked the wanderer into Cashmans oalooi saloorto oalooito 1II1100nto
to have a drink Tho lio wanderer rcadiljassented readily readily8slnled readilyessented
assented to this proposition propositionBeen
Been stopping up at the hospital hospitalCoshman hospitalQlshman hospitalCashman
Coshman asked askedMoran askedMoran
Moran leaned hanedOer over thq bar and said Ica it iti In InII
II i confidential whisper whisperYup whisperYup whisperYup
Yup Ive been up there for a while whilebut whilebut whilehut
but they put up a job to do mo tonIght tonIghtso
so I gave them the th slip slipI
I dont think they knew just who yciare yci YOl1are yciare
are said ald Cashman Como bock am amIll and andIll and1h1
Ill introduce you Itll lie all right then thenSo thenSo thenSo
So they stood Moran by the fire for forwhile 1 1while a awhIle
while gave him a 1 few more drinks to ren rentier render renfler
tier him proof against the cold Then the thefitted they theyntted theyfitted
fitted him out In a pair of rubber boots bootsi
a i horse blanket and a castoff derby derbyFollowed derbyFollowed derbyol1owed
Followed by a grinning crowd Cashmar Cashmared Cashmanled
led ed Moran back to the hospital Moral Moraruad Moraliad Moranhad
had not been missed though he had beerrone beer beengone becone
gone rone one more than a half hour Tho dooton dootondecided doctorfldecided doetonlecided
decided that the external alcohol bath foihi forhe for forthe
the hi he reduction of temperature could be put ofi ofiUtHESTED oftARllESTED ofiIRItESTEI
UtHESTED ON HIS I7OVJS1MOOV I7OVJS1MOOVI
U I C M Magee ccc Charged With Or Grand and Iarcen IarcenIn
In a Check Transaction TransactionST
ST Louis Jan 21 21Maxle Maxie C Magee wo woirrested wasirrested Ias Iasarrested
irrested In the Southern Hotel today on onlegram a atelegram aelegram >
telegram from the police of Now York Yorkisking YorlRsklng York8sking
isking that he be betaken taken into intocutody custody on the thiiharge thechane thetharge
iharge of grand larceny larcenyMagee larcenyMag larcenyMagep
Magee Mag recently married the daughter daughteiifa daughterorl1 daughter1a
ifa Dhyslcian of Ccntrevlllo Ia and was waiin wasiii
011 iii in iiiq noneymoon n After the ceremony ceremonjho ceremonythe ceremonythe
the ho couple took a trip to New ew York ant antifter and andRfter anduft
ifter uft r remaining there a few days readier reachedhiscttylaatnlght readierhis rachedt
t his hiscttylaatnlght city last night on outhewaytothehomeof outhewaytothehomeofhe the way to tno home ol olhe of ofthe
the he bridgcroom in Texas TexasMagco TexRIIMageo TexasMagee
Magee registered at the Southern under undeiho undertho underlio
tho ho name of Kennia It is charged that thatvhlle thatwhile thatrhilo
while In New York Maeee Magee cashed ft 1 check check4lned checlligned cllC ck ckfIned
fIned by tho name of his hi brothbr broth r J J P Ptlagee Pllagee Pgee
tlagee gee a dry goods dealer d aler of Bowie Tex Textoung TexYoung Textoung
Young toung Magee says that he travels for his hisirother his111other hisirother
irother and was wa authorized by him to draw drawihecks drawchecks drawliecks
checks in his hI name when he JI was short of olash ofcash ofa8l
ash a8l which ho did in Now York The Theiheck Thecheck Thehecc
check iheck hecc was 1l1li cashed by Fefft Weller < fc Comd Co Coind Coand
and the arrest was wa made on their complaint complaintCentury complaintCentur complaintCentury
Century Players Pla > er Begin to Rehearse RehearseThe RehearaeThe RehearseThe
The Century Theatre Stock Company Compnnras Companywas
rehearsal of Mucldo Much MuchAdo Muchtdo
was ras called for its 11 first
Ado do About Nothing Nolhlngat at Lyric Hall yesterdaynorning yesterday yesterdaiorning yesterdaymorning
morning Jessie Je sle Millward played Beatrixnd Beatrix Dtalrltand DealticrLnd
and nd Arthur Forrest Benedick In the afterloon after afteroon afternoon
noon un American comedy which is to foi foiw rollow folow
low ow > w Much Ado About Nothing was placed placei placedIn <
roles being In IntU8ted Inrusted
In n i rehearsal the principal
rusted to William illiam Morris and Edith ElBa EUIaBaker ElBalaker
Baker
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TO MAKE M IKE THIRD RAIL RM SAFE SAFEBronx S4FEBronx SUEDrOlL
Bronx Electrician Has a Plan P1anto to Make MakePowerless It ItPoerless 1 1Powerless
Powerless Except by b the Train TrainThe TraInThe TrainThe
The employees of tho telephone conpany con coni conipany corniany
pany up in Harlem are all alltalklnlt talking abw abwnn aoout aooutnn abouan
nn invention IIIe tion for rendering safe 8l fn the thinrail thin thirdrail thinrail
rail on the elevated road which John f fMuDonald e eMcDonald CMcDonald
McDonald tho commn companys wire wlreehlefatth wlreehlefatthTremont Irflchleat chief at th thTremont tliTremont
Tremont exchange has jas as made Mr MiMcDonald MrMcDonald MrMcDonald
McDonald who lives at 765 76 East 17tl 17tlstreet 175t 175tstreet 17 th thIItreet
street will not tell tho details detai of hjs hi hhs won woruntil work workntll wonuntil
7 7He
until ntll he hhas has got a patent on itHe it itHe
He did say last night that the Inventio Inventiowar inventioiwas
war ll an attachment for the third rail whio whiowould whiobwould whiolwould
would render it harmlessordeadexceri harmlessordeadexcerionly
only in that spare occupied by the train trainMy train1Iy traInMy
My invention he said makes it im impossible 1mposfjlhle imposSIble
possible for a a person to receive receoll a shoo shoolfrom shoofrom AhookfrolD
from the third rail rallunlelll unless he falls under undei undera
a i i train It will s ihl also he possibloby the u uof UBe UBeo U54of
o of my contrivance to avoid collisions a aby as asbra aby
bra by a regulation of the Invention the power powerail poweirail
rail for 500 feet or one foot or one milbehind mil mllohind miiibehind I
behind hind each train may be rendered inertThe inert inertThe inertThe
The Interborough company has prom promised promised promIBCl
ised flue tIC a space In their yards for fortrial i irial a atrial
trial of tho invention and I shall hold i iis it itall ii iiis
is soon as I learn whether my m application applicationfor
for a patent is successful luccc fu1 To provo hnam hn lmt lmtI huniI
I am right rl ht Ill IlIltnnd stand on tho rail rllilln in my ban baneel barefeel banreel
feel eel
eelMr Mr McDonald has a 30foot track rigget riggetip riggPciup
up ip iu his house and hasjihown has shown how hicontrivance hi his hiscontrivance hbontrivance
contrivance works to a number of railroad rnilroaceople railroadpeople railroadeoplC
people peopleIor > eoplCtiers eoplelore
lore Ior Pleas of Guilty In Grand ranciRlpldl ranciRlpldlOood1Jns Rapidnoodllng Rapid flapidifloodllng
noodllng noodllngGRAND Oood1JnsGnANn floodllngiliaNi
GRAND RAPIDS RAJ1 8 MJch Jan 31 IEx 21Exklderman IExAlderman Ex Exllderman
Alderman James McCool and exCity Clerk Clorlliimoreaux ClerkF
F F liimoreaux 11mort < ux implicated by bunt K Kialsbury KSalsbury KaIsburylnthe
ialsbury aIsburylnthe In the waterworks boodllng operaIons opera operaIons o ra ratlons
Ions came into court today and instead instratif Instlaclof
of if standing trial pleaded guilty the forinei forineio forrntrto
to o c accepting 13511 150 and the latter 1500 1500CxAlderman 1500JoxAlderman 15001xAldernian
CxAlderman liozier It is expected will willead wi11 wi11plead williead
plead > lead guilty tomorrow The two wh whileadea who whopleaded whcilcaded
pleaded ileadea today mako ton who have ac acinowledged acknowledged accnowliidged
inowledged their guilt guiltThe guiltTbeteather guiltThe
The Tbeteather TbeteatherTb Weather WeatherThe WeatherTbe
The Tb trough oflow of tow prfssute pr Murn which blch covered th thrnlral Ibe IbeCrnlral tbrtuitrs1
rnlral SMlfs on Wcdnmdax > with two storm stormres cell rrnres cellIres
Ires res covcrrd rov red pretty mucli muc Iu the same Ame territory yea yeatrday ea ealuday rserda
trday erda except that the northern storm crntre bl blloved bAd badnoved < I
loved southward Into the central Mississippi MI I lppl Val Valry ValIr sI sIywbile
Ir ry ywbile whl wblle le the theircopdstoruneentrebad OffOlld icond storm centre ern Ire bad moved south southast sonibast lOuthe
e ast t to ih ths coast roa t ot oTex4 T > a Tile winds were high Ii Iihe In Inthe Iiihe
the he Central Statu the Lake regions and the South Southe ilauthvest outbwt
wt e t Snuwwas Snow wa fallntln lallnr In the Lake retloos reilonunorlh reilonunorlhrn north northrn aor1hcrn
crn rn New Ne York north northern < rn New Enttland xouthen xouthenllnnetola lIOuthemMlnneota southerr1tnnesota
llnnetola aud Ulaconalnandralnaouthof 1soon3ln and ralnaoulll 01 the Lakcglona Lake Lakercrlon Lakeegloits
cglona Cloudy condltloni with light rain and andlor andog n no <
lor o og prevailed In the middle Atlantic tlnntc States am amlong and andalan
alan long the New ev Kntland I coast coastTh C08Irh coastflii
Th temperature was wMllentrallY jcnf generti rally hither esceptl esceptlhe except In InIbc liihe
he upp upper r Mluourt lIIU < ourt Valley atltY lId and the Lake sections sectionsIn
In this city thd day was M cloudy and fogey ult ulticcadoiai with withccaeiovaI 1th 1thoeraMo1
iccadoiai liGht rain wind 1nd light northeast averafmmUllly averaf averalrebumllilly averarelUflhidliy
mmUllly M I percent pr cenl barometer corrected to reai read
10 0 sea level a aI < H A 1 11 I SO1J 3 P M I J0 J0The 3006 3006The 06 06The <
The temperature yesterday as recorded by tarmetal th thTidal tile tileomclatlhcrmomner
omclatlhcrmomner Tidal thermometer Ihown lq i shown In the annexed table
1904 19 < M 1C t tc3t C31 3 1901 IDea IDeaa
9 A M 32 no 47iOP 47 0 p M > 1 33 n n4 T T2M j
2M 2 4 liIOPM 0 P Si 40 40al11 40SPZbixi
al11 SPZbixi 1 PM 32 WlnM to J J2 M S3 3 3vAe1IeatoN M MPar JIJ JIJWAS1JNGTOSFORfCAT
WAS1JNGTOSFORfCAT vAe1IeatoN FORICAST FORTOOU roaTo PAT AND TO1 rOMORiuOw rOMORiuOwPer > ORIIOW ORIIOWJoor
Par railed Xeai 1orlt raIn en Ihs coast inou inoui IIIOIDIn
In 0 i tht Inltrtiir In rll1r to toda < lav now tomorrow uvtfc loict loictimperalurt IOltlrl ole olecnipetature
l imperalurt In iccjf arid south oulll portion fresh rca IirUI Ii ta taCrut dciriSk
Crut riSk tail Kinds MfUna IlIlfIII1IO to taulrt aid tnercaaUICFor tncnattna tncnattnaFor tnercaII1For
For the District of Columbia C lumbts Maryland anc ancIrtlnla and andIrrlnla andlrgIOla
Irtlnla rain today clcarint cl artar and colder tomor tomorjw lomorrow to m r rP0w
row jw fresh to brlik south winds becoming westerly westerlyTor weslorlyIor wcatoljyFor
For New cw Cncland rain In south portion anon anoni IDa1tn
tn 0 i nortb portion today and tomorrow to morrow frcst frcstorlheaat fresbnorlhcaat trslaorthcat
orlheaat winds bccomlnz brisk southwest southwestFor southwcsiIor
For or western New York York5uow snow today and tonorrew to tolorrow 10morrow
morrow fresh east to northeast winds wind tnd becomingortbwestcrly becoming becomlnlnorlb becominginrthwesieriy
norlb ortbwestcrly ortbwestcrlyFor clcrlr clcrlrFor
For eastern Pennsylvania Now Icrwiy and andclaware andVtlawar And Andeiaware
claware rain today to day and tomorrow brisk tail taili
0 i south winds Increailnc tncrealnrrl
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BANKRUPT MILLIONAIRE C0 C0AJA COPIIJIx COP
AJA IIJIx 401 THE STRONG W4V Ut ALSO I IPECVXIAttV IN INt IS
t PECVXIAttV STRAiTS STRAiTSSrrgt STRtITSStrlt STRAITSSergt
Srrgt Vaughn auhn Who 110 Owned a Lot o oHarlem or orfJarlem 01 01Ijarlem
Harlem 88 8 js That His Assets ArNowDGIHe Ar ArNow Are ArefwSttnlle
Now fwSttnlle gOftl He Owes OwesISI 81819 to toSlmuf1 toSlmuf1ilniaNilme toSamueMicra 8tmu 8tmuMlcrs <
Mlcrs ilniaNilme m Minie Na me Associated AI oellted With lth Pull PullJohn PullJohn PullJohn
John W Vaughn who i i is known as th thMillionaire Iho IhofI1lionalrl lbMillionaire
Millionaire Cop and who is a polic policRergeant policelergeant policsergeant
sergeant at the High Bridge station ha hafiled has hasfiled hafiled
filed a petitio in bankruptcy with liabilltie liabilltieof liabllltlesor
of 6285 and nominal nominalasseta assets of 991 991Vaughn 991Yaughnmarrl 991Vaughn
Vaughn Yaughnmarrl married d about seventeen year yearago yearaago yearago
ago ago At that th time he was running a chicke chickefarm chickenfarm chickefarm
farm at Inwood Fifteen years elufl ago h hbecame he hebecame hi hibecame
became a policeman and according to hi history hiIItor1 history
story began gan buying up unimproved lan lanin land landIn laniin <
IItor1 in Harlem 1 Ila rl lem m and the upper parts of the city cityHe cityHe cityHe
He says that this property kept inereasini inereasiniin
in value until about a year ear ago and wa wathen was wasthen winthen
then worth orth 81000000 81000000Meanwhile 51000000leanwhlle 1000000Meauiwhile
Meanwhile he had trouble with his wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and a month or two ago she brought suit forlivoree fo for fordroree foidivorce
divorce The case Is pending Vaughn Vaughirecently Vaughnrecently Vaughnrecently
recently transferred to his wife the flaImuso flat fiat fiathouso flathouse
house at 127th street and Fifth avenue am amhe and andhe anthe
he stays that her expenditures are the oausi oausif oausiof causeof
of > f his 11isstrnil8 straits He said last night that In Inhad he hehad hEhad
had been forced to sell e1 all his property it Inorder itDrder In Inorder
order to pay his hl debts debtsAmong debteAmong debtsAmong
Among Vaughns creditors is one SamuelShore Samuel SamueMiors Samueltilers
Shore To him Vaughn owes 1817 on inote i anote I
note for borrowed money There is t tSamuel Ii IiSamuel nSarmiel
Samuel Mists who was called as a witness witnesiay wltne58by witnessby
by the Mazet committee and who was W 8 then thoti thena
ay
a i tailor at 1435 Broadway Broad Broadyraycredited aycredlted credited with a apuill s siill a apull
pull iill In the Police Department Vaughtefused Vaughn VaughnreCuRed Vaughrrefused
refused last evening to say if the Mlers ol ollis or orbis olbis
bis petition was th tho Mazet witness witnessVaughn wltneS8Vaughn witnessVaughn
Vaughn owes money to several banks banksto
to o a coal company to the gas people to at anlectrio atlectrio an ant1Ctrio
lectrio > light company and a telephone telephomxjmpany telephonecompany telephoneompany
company
Policeman Selig Whitman known as asAjax as asAjax asAjax
Ajax the strong man before and alter afteile aftetlte
he le joined the force filed a petition In bank bankuptxjy bankrupt bankrnptev
rupt uptxjy yesterday He owes 1231 am amlays and andsay andiays
say lays that he has no assets IIl > IICts His liabilIties liabllitieisaac lIab1ltiesaro
Ire f fl notes made this year and laM to toISaAC UIsaac
ISaAC saac Ulumberg of 95 West 119th street streeor Rtreetror streetbr
ror or SOOO 000 Morris Aaronson of 28 West llStl llStltreet 118thitreet l1SthIItreet
treet for 156 and Moses Kahn of t tanal 14 14Canal tt ttanai
anal street for 11Th 173 Whitman lives at 8 8rchard 81 81Orchard 81rchard
rchard > street streetSIXFUL streetSlNFVI streetSINFUL
SINFUL LITTLE PELUAM PELUAMler
tier Authorities thorltles Searching for Sports WhPulled Wh TihoPulled 110 110Pulled <
Pulled OH Her latest Dos Do Sight SightIKLHAM FIht14VLIIAM
IKLHAM N Y Jan 31 21Sherlft Sheriff James S Silerritt SMerrllt Sderritt
ilerritt of Westchester county and the tinuthoritles theauthorities theitithoritles
authorities of Pelham P lham are searching S for foiighteen foreighteen fordghteen
eighteen young men Bald to be members memberf
of > f prominent families who held a do doight dog dogI do8ight
I ight in Wolffs lane early this morning morningUthough morningAlthough mornIngklthough
Although Pelham Is the smallest village ii iilie In Inthe inlie
the lie United State it is said more cock coolIghta cockfights cocklghtss
fights prize rize fights and dog fights are helcrtthin held heldwHhln heldvithin
rtthin its limits than in any other place Ii Iiho In Inthe inhe
the ho State Onlva Onh a few weeks ago a priztho prize prizefight prizeIght
fight waR puilca ul1ea OfT In a publio hall while whilethe whilehe
the ho sports held the Janitor a captive In ordloining an anadJoining anidjolning
adJoining room roonuShortly roomShortly roomShortl
Shortly Shortl after midnight last night a crowc crowcif crowd crowdof crowdf
of if f young men in cutters descended upon uporelinam uponPell1am uponeibam
elinam and drove to an empty house In IrVolffs InWolffs InSo1ffs
Volffs lane Two bags containing th thlulldogs the thebulldogs theuildogs
bulldogs Lockjaw and Belmont were werearrlod werecarried wereiarricid
carried into the house A pit was dug dugnd dugand du8itid
and nd the dogs thrown into It Lockjaw Lockjawiroke Lockjawbroke Lockjawroke
broke one of Belmonts fore paws anc anctrangled and andRtrang1ed andtrangled
trangled him His carcass was dragged draggedo
to o the Hutohlnsons Hutohln ol18 River and thrown in inJlte InWhite inThite
White Jlte Mountain Paper Co Again Ialn DeclaredBankrupt Declared DeclaredBankrupt DeclaredBankrupt
Bankrupt BankruptBOSTOX BankruptBOSTON BankruptBosTox
BOSTOX Jan 31 21Tbe The United States Statesircult StatesClrc Stateslrdiit
Clrc ircult JltCourt Court ofAppeals today todayafflrmed affirmed the theeoree thedecree thelecree
decree eoree of the dlstrictcourt of New Harnp Harnphire lIamphlre IjamphIre
hire adjudicating the White Mountain Mountainaper MountainPaper Mountainaper
Paper aper Company C 1Dpany a New Jersey corporation corporationo
if Morse Morseo k kCo
II L bankrupt upon the petition
Co o and other creditors credltoni
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Twentyeighth Twe tyeilbth Annual AnnaalStatement AnnaalStatementJanUary Statement StatementJanuary StatementJanuary
January I 11904 11904A58ET8 1904 1904ASSETS 9048SETS
ASSETS ASSETSBonds A58ET8BondsandMortgagen131382a1 8SETS 8SETSBonds
Bonds BondsandMortgagen131382a1 tod lid Mortgages 13138291 41 41Real 4 4Real
Real Estate 1208376729 1208376729RR 120837117 211 211RR 29RE
RR Bonds and StocksMarketValue Stoc1 MarketValue 20862307 2086230760Municipal CO COMunicipal
1 1Municipal
Municipal Bonds Market Value V lue 842872900 842872900U B42 842872 2 CO COU 00U
U S Gov Bonds Bo ds Market Value 109500 00 00Cash 00Cash 00761o142
t
Cash in i Banks and aDdOmce Office 7810148 7810lU2S 7810lU2SInterest 761o142Intereetand 33 33Interest
Interest Intereetand and Rents due and accrued 48869345 48869345Loans 488503 45 45Loans 45Loaeon >
Loans Loaeon on Collateral CollateralSecuritlea Securities 8761775 578177500 576175001614325 00 00Loans
Loans Low 1 onFolicies 1614325 181432508 181432508Pre 08 08Premiums 08PreiiLiima f
Premiums Pre uma Deferred and nd in course courseofcollecton courseof courseofcoI1ecton
ofcollecton of col1ecton net 268500941 268500941Total 2W009 2W009j
1 I 41 41I j
I Total r 727134354 727134354LIABILITIES 727135nrJ 41 41ciei
nrJ J Of ciei cieiLIABILITIE > ILIABILITiES S
LIABILITIES LIABILITiESj LIABILITIEReeerce J JReserreon f I
i iReie
j
14109 5 5oo 5oot M MAUother 00AlotberLiabiUes
Reserreon Reie Reeerce eOD on Policies tl410 91410965
AUother AlotberLiabiUes Mabflities biUtie t 116744581 116744581v4 118rU581f 116744581i 116744581iI
I v4 v4Surplus < i J JSurplua ci ci8ueIt0
Surplus 8ueIt0 to te Polleyholders PolIC hol t ra A 1013462463 1013462463i 101 i024 83 83f
I ITotai
I j fv v vI
i t
I Total Totai S72716M S72716Mt 7271343544 7271343544THE
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THE BEST BE lr IN H LIFE CtBCBANCE AT T LOW cOSTI COS COSi COST COSTPOUCIESro
I POUCIESro POLlcI 5JO BOTH om SKCESAMOUNTS SKCES SEDsI SEE SEEI
I AMOUNTS OtnT8 TO SCJT tIT TOV1tEp1S TOTO T01TB1D1 NEEDS NEEDSJL I IJ IL
JL J L IT TO S100000 1 I
1 1I I
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AND STATEN ISLAND t > J JWILLIAM f 1
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YORK YOR CITY YONRERS MT
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I BRANCH OFFICES IN Rlcfcjnomlit ail i iB
4 2273 BroadwayCor Cor 82nd St 5 W WH H TBEVIBANUSSupt 415 RicbondJn RicbondJnBroadway RIiin 1 Y YC
953 05 Third Ave N L SEE Supt Sup Third Thi a Willis tt Ayes and n MAX ZILZ Ill Supt S I N Y Yid YJ > iJ <
220 22 Broadway BroadwayBroadway J T McKENNA Supt Sup JOHN EICHBAUER Supt 15 North Broadway race Nev NewBrlghton Brighton
General 0 Agent
J H MORGAN
A 141145 145
General
WILLIAM DUTCHER 0 Agent 150 Fifth Ave AveJ PETER ECENOLF Supt 127133 Fourth Ave 148th St WILLIAM MMEB RO Eft Asst Supt upr Amboy AhiboyAve AhiboyAveway moyAve moyAveWlY iAve l lJ
Broadway B oadway C W KINSELLA Manager East EastJ JOHN H HYDE Supt 147 East 125th St Z T MILiER Supt 21317 West 125th St j c coEnil OMELL oEnil Supt t Mt Vernon Bank Bide Bidg and William WilliamSt St Tottenville Totre vllleS SI SIWIL1IAM SlS J Jr JI
J CARLTON WARD General Agent 621 Broad id RUDOLPH WEIS Supt 24 2 Union Square 2402 West 23d St PAUL SIEBERT Supt Third Ave and 83rd St Mt Vernon VerlonN N Y I 4 M MC Y
way J L COYLE Supt 125 West 42nd St Stf ADOLF ADOLFCIIOBOTSKY CHOBOTSKY Supt C r
f C1 fc Jl w Bfc S K I
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FOUR OF A 4 FAMILY DEAD DEADThe DL4ZIThe DEAD1be
The Father Love 10 for Drink the tb Ca Caof Cause Causeorlt111e Cansof
of orlt111e It ItThe The Mother Dying DyingRICHMOND DyloSRICHMOND DyingRicuarozn
RICHMOND Va Jan 21 21W W B Brownthirot Brownthirst Brown BroWtlethirtlt
thirst for liquor has resulted In his ow owdeath owl OWtldeath owldeath
ofhls ofhlsfamily h hfamily hi hifamily
death and that of every member of
family except his wife whose end is i w wpocted ex expcced ox1ected
pocted at any time Brown rofln was a reaidei reaideinf reeld Md nt ntof n nof
living near the town o oFries of ofFries oFries
of Orayson Grayfloncounty1ivlnll Graysoncounty county
himaellwife himself hlm himselfwife 1f 1fwife
Fries His family consisted consl ted of
wife twodaughters twod ughters anda ane a son sonA eonA on onA
A short time ago his eldest daughter daughtebecame daughterbecame daughteibecame
became ill with a virulent type of mountaln mountam moun mountain
tain tam fever and it begame necessary that Jftashe that thatIIhe thatshe
she should have whiskey Brown ha hMtei1ed hMtei1edafter hastenecafter tene teneafter <
after the liquor and procured a 1 large bottle bottlof bottleof bettltof
t tresist to toresist tc tcresist
of it On the way home he waaunaWe
resist the temptation to take a drink Ohinn Ohinnfollowed O OIh OIhfolloltIduntll tlwr tlwrin
folloltIduntll followed until the bottle wl1 was empty and tile tileman tl tlman
was brutally drunk In this con conition condition Condition
man in
dition he met his son There was aB a quarre quarreind quarrel quarreland utrre utrreand
and a sharp knife played a 0 part in the Bfln Bflneath sQns sQnsdeath e ns nsdeath
death The news drove his younje younjeollowed younaerdaughter youngeldaughter
daughter Insane and she speedily died diedfollowed diedfollowed
followed a few hours later by her sister sisterThen sisteThen fJleterThen
Then Brown and his wife became ill o ohe of ofthe ol olthe
the he fever and and the man quickly succumbed auccumbeit
It t is said that there is l no chnce Of thewomans the theromans thewomans
womans recovery recoveryJUGGLED recoveryJUGGLED recoveryJUGGLED
JUGGLED TJTE PAYROLLS PAYROLLSVepartmrnt PYROLLSDeparlmtnt PAYROLLSPepartmcnt
Vepartmrnt Store StorlB Bqdkkeeper kk eper AdmitStcsllng Admit AdmltlSteailnl AdmitiStealing
Stealing Steailnl S4OO S4OOErnest 400 400Ernest 00 00rne
Ernest rne t Wurni 23 years old a 8 bookkeepe bookkeepeimployed bookke bookkeepeurnployed per peremployed
employed In a Sixth avenue department deparfmentore departmentstore
tore was was arrested yesterday estera Y aJTternooi aJTternooiit
at it his home homei hoineIS 15 Chestnut aVenue Clifton Cliftonitaten CUrtonStat Cliftontaten
Stat itaten n Island I Ikland ll na and locked upln uplnthe the Tender Tenderoin Tenderloin Tenderoin
oin station on a a charge char e of grand larceny larcenyVurm larClnyWurm larcenyJurm
Vurm isaccused Is accused of stealing 400 from his histnipioyars hiiWurni his hisem
em tnipioyars tnipioyarsWurni 10 ers ersWi1mi
Wurni was the bookkeeper bookke per in theltera thelteraion theAlt thetCruionyork ra ratlon
ion ionyork work room room and he made out the pa painvelopes pay payenvcilopes paynvslopes
invelopes of the wbnianeniploy woman employees mploy es eawhoH eawhoHpleee whoidi whoidiiece WhosdOIece
pleee iece work Wurm by his hlschmc dwn confessloiegan confession confessioneg nfeMlotl nfeMlotlg
egan eg g n stealin stealh1i eight months ago a by in inireasing Ipcrealng lrureaaing
ireasing the amounts in thepay envelppo envelppoif e ve1gp ve1gpIf 8 8of
of if some of the women Before Bf tti the Omen womelcelved womeneceved OmenretClved
retClved celved their pay he would extract eitt et tn tnixtra ttie ttieextr tHsxtra
extr ixtra money moneyay moneyTh moneyThe
Th The bookkeeper was talitn sick ti1r three threelays e
lays ago but that time he h hid h dalr alread alreadlade aIredy aIredyiiad l dy
mad ay lade out the weeks w ekII payroll for tli tliIteration tM tMalteration theilteratlon
Iteration room When Wh n one girl receivegood received receivedB
good deal more money mon y thai thaq wascom wascomnjc was as1comInlt corn cornng
B I good
Inlt to her an investigation was fIa staHedani staHedanit started and andtdldnottake nd ndit
it njc t tdldnottake did not nottAko take long to put It up toVurin toVurinHe to tourinEle Wurm WurmHe
He made a confession and declared d claredhe he ha haost had hadloatthe hadoat <
loatthe oat the money he stole on onthe the races racesMore races racesMore raceIor
More Ior Chicago ChUrchis Chdr hfS Closed ClosedCHICAGO aos ClosedCHIcoo d dCHICAGO
CHICAGO Jan 21 21Fo Four churcfies chu c ies twi twitails two twohalls ti tiusils
tails and a school building were ordete ordeteilosed ordered orderedclosed ordereddosed <
closed today by Building B ilding Commiseione CommiseioneVilllams Coinmisei CotemiseioierJi1liama er erWllla1l1l
Villlams The orders were transmitte transmitteo trallllmiUedto
to o the policemen through throughthi tho thoofflce office offl eof of Chie Chie3Kelll Chi r rONell l lDNolll
3Kelll Two houses of worship wer werillowed were werenllowed wereallowed
allowed to open today having Mvlngconformtd Mvlngconformtdwith conformi contonzndwIth conformiwith
with the building ordinances Those hose closed elofceiircre clo6 closedwere d dwere
were LaSallo Avenue A venue Baptist1 Chutch 439 4
141 LaSalle avenue English Lutheran LutheraChurch LutheranChurch LutherarJhurch
Church 9698 LaSalle avenue Calvnr Calvnrresbyterian Cnh11YPresbyterian CalvsryPresbyterian
Presbyterian Church West Congress Con eAs street streettnd streeind street streetnnd
ind Fortysecond avenue Bnai B nal Shole1 Shole1Church SholenChurch Sholerhurch
Church Twentysixth street and Indiana Indianivenue Indianaavenue Indianaavenue
avenue avenueCarnelll avenueCarnegie ivenueCarnegie
Carnegie library Ubral Cornerstone flrner tone Laid LaidThe LalliThe LaidThe
The cornerstone of the Carnegie LlbrarJuilding Library Library LibraryBuilding LibraryBuildIng
Building at 176th street and Washingtonivenue Washington Washingtovenue Washingtonavenue
venue was laid yesterday afternoon 1 1lakepeaoft In Inthe Inhe
the he presence of about 100 personA The Thospeakers Thepeakers
speakers were the Rev Dr Frederick P PlakepeaCt PTakepeacn
lakepeaoft of the Trinity ConeregationaIhurch Congregational Con Congregationalhurch regat1onal regat1onalChureh
Ihurch which is If opposite the library site sitexCorporation siteoxCorp sitelxCorperation
oxCorp xCorporation < ratlon Counsel George L Riveind Rive RlVMand Riveamd
and Arthur E Bootwiok Ba twlok chief librarian llbrarlarf
or f the City Llbrar LlbrarThree Llbrar111ree Library LibraryThree >
Three Killed by b a Banting Flywheel FlywheelJOHNSTOWN FIWbeeiJOHNSTOWN FlywheelJOhNSTOWN
JOHNSTOWN Pa Jan UB1 31 By the burst burstng bunstIng burstng
Ing ng of a thirty foot flywheel heel early this mom momng mom momIng mornng
Ing ng Merchants Mill No No2 3 of the CAmbria GunbrfIteel CAmbriaSteel Cambria4teel <
Steel Company was completely wrecked wreckedauelng wreckedcaulling wreckedmusing
musing a large money lose the death o ohree of ofthree 01hree
hree men and the Injury of about a score aeonf Bcoreof scoreif
of if > f others The dead men were all for forignew forelgne11l forignera
ignew The mill loss la about 30000 30000r
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At the ninth annual annJal reunion reunlonot 4 of Oft tht tlAlbj tlAlbjMedical AlbW AlbWtledical Alt 11 11At Y YMedical
Medical College Alumni Ass AseooWtloh A ll ditio ditioat idttoti hei heit held heldat
Hotel last l rilghY dI1Wdoctors th thif tftit tftitdoctor
at > t the Manhattan tIanhatt nHotcl st j
doctor took a strawballot straw ballot for f Prif Pjd Pjdof 4 l t tof
of if the United UnltedStatee States Out6f23vot Out6f23votpnt Out ot236t t2o6 Pr i4a i4adent k kdent
dent pnt Roosevelt received on119 only 9 QhJefJuiJgi QhJefJuiJgiAlton Cll CllHon Cl et J lte lteAlton
Alton Hon B Parker received 4 arid aridanna d S l ti tiHanna r rHanna
Hanna anna and Grover Clevelandre Clee1itIld fedeived fedeivedvotes e vw vwotes elv 2 2voles
voles votes each e ch chOn 5 5One
One On vote apiecewas cast for forY1 WB HearjiJ Heat B Heatw attt atttW
W J Bryan Henry Wotterton Walt l rRon Onlo Oot OovQ OovQrln t3 t3yin
yin in of Rhode Island Dr ThomasHWIlJiri ThomasHWIlJirind id idand
and nd Dr Gray two of the physicians phiyslclabpreafitl phiyslclabpreafitlDr present presentr preS ht htDr
Dr r Willard promptly prom Uy moved to make niakollill niakollillnomination th thlomination tili tilinomination
nomination unanimous or him himf himThe
The vote Wilt taken at tMIU the ugett ugettat < < st t t on onof
of f Dr E W Carhart of Brooklyn and andIgarette andcigarette aida aidarigarette
cigarette box was wall used an p a ballot bidlotb box boxresident boxPresident X XPresident
President M L Bhein of tlieaeB66iatlou tlieaeB66iatlouhe theaea lat1 ti u uthe uhe
the he toast toastmaster master drew the inference that thahe tbatthe thathe
the he iMedical Society of New York Is n6 n6it n notat t tat
at it one oneoiUcally politically politicallyTho olitirai1 olitirai1The n 1 1ThA
The Hex Dr William C Bitting Inttluced lritt6 lritt6iuced Intt Inttduced
iuced as the fishing ftsh Ing parson quoted lhilev lh tM tMRev IhiRev
Rev Dr Henry van Dyke of Prinoetoi Prinoetoias PrlnQ ton tonas
as Raying that tJ at there is only one true flslstory flsl tlehI1tory ai aistory
story In tho Bible not that of Jonah bu buhat butthat ui uihat
that hat which whlchtells tells how when the he Lordand Lord and hi hilisciples hlR hlRdisciples hIslieclpleB
disciples were fishing all night they caugh caughlot eaUghtiothing A lht lhtnothing
nothing lot h Ing He also al8 said 8l ld that Csar ClfsarWaa ClfsarWaakilled wet wetdilled wttiOther
killed by too many Romanpun BomanjufiChea BomanjufiCheaOther hH hHOther
Other speakers Ipeak f welreftM werE Jf ndrtw MrfJwM MrfJwMFarlane Mao Maoarlane Maoarlane
arlane W V H MoElroy Dr Parker Park r SyrtJ SyrtJjr SympDr SynlDr
Dr jr M J Lewi and Dr Wlllard WlllardIELLE Wl1lardBELL1 WillardBELLE
BELLE MORGAN DEWEY HELD HEllDStnt NEUInt
Stnt 5 nt to Washington n nioAnswer to Answer for PaulniWorthless Paulni Plulnsorthle PautnWorthless
Worthless orthle Checks There ThereSPBIKOPIKLD TIlere8PIIING ThereSciuNopiaLD
SPBIKOPIKLD 8PIIING SciuNopiaLD ELD Mass Jan 21 21Mrs Mrs Bill BillMorgan BMl BMlMorgan 11 11Morll
Morll Morgan an Dewey Delle whoso husband OW OWTewey 06 1 W WDewSy
Dewey wosarrested wasarre ted recently In Newor Neworean N6WC N 4r6r 4r6rcaM r rlean
lean caM ean f fOr < 5r r passing p ssln worthletis checkswa checkswaefore cheokereAiefore
b fore > United Unlt d States St te CommisslonsrRjc CommisslonsrRjcoday Commi siOnerfltce siOnerfltceoday l n rRc rRctoday
oday charged with similar orfenwi orfenwicommitted 01f6ti 01f6ticommJtted oeu1esommItted
committed In Washington Wa hington She wasput wasputn w wa 3 put putii l t tin
in n charge Qarg of a 1 deputy marshal ahd Vat Vatakch f uaa uaaaken A Ataken
taken to tothat that city cityM cityM cityMrs
M Mrs s Dewey De ey comes from a good faifllly faiflllyiho fa1lyThe fa11 fa11She
She wawborn wai M born in Bennington Vtther Vt1 er father fWherwing f fathereiog iher iherb
b wing ilog Dr Dr Morgani formerly aStiiW a StAt Statetor StAttor 8 i ior
tor or She Rhe1rl early c caother came to thlclplty wlthb wlthbmother with he hemother
mother to live liven For a while whilettbotaught whilettbotaughtn IIho t u ht htn
n IL high school near New haven Haveriirst SIt SItfirst She Shelist
first married E W Perkins PerklnllofCblcO of ChloO ChloOrho1 pe pewho f fwho
who who obtained a divorce from her Bet Bethis B llefdtti llefdttiho l tf tfthe
the ho time hadelap8 had elapsed cl to ma make ethls this dlvot dlvotabllolute dIvoicabsolute
absolute she married I V DeweyRT DeweyRTthis Deway fly flyrhiutrnarnlago
this rhiutrnarnlago his marriage sue she has a six I slxmopths oc months mOl1thlJ oli oliihlld qlr qlrchlld 411ahlid
ihlld whom whiomahehelel she held in her arms arnls vfhlle < < bUt it itiourt In Incourt inaourt
court today I MI ti tiMrs l lMrs LMr
Mrs Mr Dewey is charged chargeclwlthtwo wlthtwooffence wlthtwooffenceii Il6IC i iof
of obtaining ii money y rracJiileiitlyin fra ii hlltl1tylnWI41 hlltl1tylnWI41Ington AI AIngton Wu4b Wu4bingtofl
ngton Under the name of rjfllle1 ele lte Mon Moran M MonRfl r rKan
Kan an Perkins on Dec 12 she gAVe gs av TAp IjiJTmrg J Jburg TAptirg
burg mrg Bros a worthless oheok cheokror checkforltIOatid checkforltIOatidreceived for < S1SOand S1SOandrecoied l50an l50anecoived <
received 9448 In cash andthe and the haUncltoods haUnclt h4lantel1Kood balapInoods
Kood oods She presented a 0 chock for tsSIIO tsSIIOat S8A 3O0it S8Ait
at it it a hotel for aboard bOArd bill and receIved d
2810 bark While in In Washington i1 n Mrtewey MeL MeLDewey MI1iDew
Dew Dewey ewey y wasaccompanied by a MrtArabry atIrlvrnbl7who MrtArabryvho
who introduced her to tradesmen tradesmenMm tradeemCnMn 1 1MIJII >
Mm Dewey has h just l been eh triedherefoi triedherefoiiasning tried her lierOt forpassing for forpaRlling
passing on Dec 26 a worthless cheokfoi
1100 100 on Cooleys Coole vs Hotel hut was w411d dWchaj dMchaigd dMchaigdui ch t c cin d don
on in ui the ground that there wag no notYVldon notYVldonto ervidoncf ervidoncfo
to o show that she knew that tho chedkwaB chedkwaBrorthless che chedkwasworthless kw1I kw1Iworthless
worthless i ibject r 11H 11HObject > ii iiibject
Object to Schools Scbooilin In These l1JelClP Thes Park rk rkThe BdiflUflfi BdiflUflfiThe l l lThe
The New Era Club at 376 27 East F 6tBtOM Broitdwa BroitdwaiNt Brodw4 Brodw4aest t tlast
last iNt night passed reuolutlons oppilngthe oppilngtheise P 6Ingh
ISO of the pavillonH in S Seward ward ajifi auii ri B Hamll Hamllon mll mllton
ton on Fish Parka for school purtrfsiiS pUrP s scommittee A Alommlttee Aommittee
committee from the club with withives r > pree ita itaives
ives of o the Outdoor RecreatidftYJ RecreatidftYJfill Recreation Recreationw1II
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