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Her Darare Uac Uacon WI1oIitrn ov J1 J1on
on Jan 2 and Her Relatives nela lv Have UYJ9 UYJ9Seen av N9t N9tSeen t tSeen
Seen Her SlneerHInt Slne llInt of Eopemept EopemeptThe
The relatives of o Mi MIBI ii iidug1ItCF Evqlyriljastf E IYI W1B 1 1daughter td
daughter d of f Edward H Bash of 17 West WestTwentieth WeatTentcth WestTwentieth
Twentieth street Baltimore Md aremov aremoving aremovlog areniovug ¬
log ug heaven and an earth to try tr to find th thyoung the theyoung theoung
young oung woman According AcCordln to t nil1 accoants a aecountI tS tSIhe
4 the he 1ms 1I been missingBlnco m1istng sin Ja J iti itik wri6ti wri6tiMansfield h l lthe
k the left 1altimoro to ys1t VISIt dtStt dtSttManeflelcI is ol Ur f flansflld
Mansfield W V Doty at a tiaeytpti tiaeytptiThis EPideY iileod iileodTht d Jt JtThii <
This advertisement v wa an printed ptlJ1tedjler ptlJ1tedjlerlast Jeref Jerefi
i last Saturday S3tIIrdLWFvELx w M1i t tKVKWS t1 t1nlro
KVKWS nlro Moth Ioth t desperately Msperatelyllh Uf probably probablyKill pObtbtywill
Kill 111 ill1 < Iii II your ollr absence not knownjtccm knownjtccmSho kn01ln1cmmunlcnh
i munlcnh lit oncl OflQb b wlrt1 VlIt onnall O mall DILUJ1Or DILUJ1OrEnleoOlI lJiIUziore3r
3r EnleoOlI ngleVOO 0 vj i j jSho ut utsho
Sho did dldNJG npti get to Englawoodv Engl EngewoodaI EngewoodaIG woodIa woodIaher r l lher
G her father is i confident that she 8hoWWI 8hoWWImade vru vrui
4 i made the th i victim of foul play pla p IM IMBaeh Sites SitesJXUJIII Mkei
i JXUJIII JXUJIIIdescribe Bash whom deoapatchls depatchISbhi iniht > > alflrlt alflrltdlTibo allnorI
I describe ris as young youngsocially and VieH fl kn4z kn4zoeially ql1 ql1socially
socially left Baltimore Baltimoretat aIUm e tat at t iioonr iioonroh np ici oh ohJan 911Jan onJan
Jan 2 Mr Ir Das Dash Bays that her 1io mother motheraccompanied motll6Jaccol1lpa thotlioQflpa
accompanied accol1lpa Qflpa c ed her to tho tralnlIId train and saw awier awierEtart her herstart er erst
start st rt away IIWI1 Her baBgaj7 blCgaglhf1WJ Ya chocked chockedthrough Che cheqkdthrouglito ked kedthrollghto
through throllghto to Jersey Jcr cy City b bller bl be be1tr
ller l r baggage it has been bcendoomro > learned was wasv Wasrrmort as aswl
wl v removed rrmort from the PeriTByrvanltf Pet yvaitfit Railroad Railroadstation Ral RalstatiOn Raltoa49tatlOn
station in Jersey city Wh What t happened happenedto JuiPpehto
to h her r after that is what her relatives would wouldlike wouldUketo wouldlike
like Uketo to learn A society paper yestorday yesterdaysuggested yestordayBuggested I Isuggt
suggested suggt > 6tecl that she had hadmlt met u i man of her heracquaintance heraCQu heracQuatUtAnC
acquaintance aCQu lutanCO 01 whom this paper said saidA I
A 4 man too it seems has hasipparently apparently fallen fallenoff fallenofi I
off the earth At his place of business businessat
at his hi home at his usual hauntsthere hauntB rnuntstli h re la lano 18no isno
no knowledge of his hl whereabouts whereabouts11When whereaboutsWhen whereaboutsVien
When Miss lIss Bush arrived in Jersey City it itwas Itwas itwas
was 527 oclock in the evening It wassnowing wassnowing was wassnowing
snowing and an was dark Detectives whom whomMr whomllr whomMr
Mr Bush nu h has encaged have not been able ableto aUleI alileto
I to learn whether she took a Pavonia avenue avenuerar avenuerar avenueear
rar to reach tho Erie station on her way wa to toEnglcwood toEn toEnglawocd
Englcwood EnglcwoodMiss En lcw00lI lcw00lI1i8
Miss 1i8 Bashs 1IIsh grandmother Mrs Irs her heris Iieris her1 her1is
is stopping StO1pIL with a daughter Miss 111 < 8 Ker at atthe atthe atthe
the Hotel St Denis Sho was luattxl quattJ quattJEst qucitedveterJay luattxlyesterday
yesterday Est rJa1j as a saying saying that Miss Bash was wa safe safeIn BIlleIn safein
In Baltimore At the same tiino her father fatherwas fath fatherwas r i iwa
was wa reported njJQrtE < 1 ad a saying that Evelyn was watJ1 watJ1stili waistill wasstill
still nuking nukingMrs nll niissingMrs ing I
Mrs Doty Vot of Englewood has a relative relativeMrs relativeMrs I IIrs
Mrs Irs Falconer living 1i1D at 20 West Thirty Thlrfysecouil Thirtyseeotf I I8ecoIJd
secouil street Mrs Irs Falconer is the mother motherof I Iof
of Jkllrlam Falconer an actress who was wasI waswill waswit1
I will wit1 The Htmawa Htmawasaid Ittmaways lilts Falconer FalconerMid nlconersai
said sai that she had no idea of Evelyns where whereabouts whereabouts whorebOutH ¬
abouts aboutsAt aboutsAt bOutHAt
At Englewoocl ln1 Enlewoocl lewood N J last evening Mrs MrsDoty MrsDoty MrsDoty
Doty saul that tho ho hadnt heard from fromEvelyn rromE fromEvelyn
Evelyn E el11 and was greatly worried over over her herdisappearance hErdllaPPtaranec herdLsappearanee
disappearance disappearanceBALTIMORE dllaPPtaranecBlTUJORE dLsappearaneeBALTWOHI
BALTIMORE Md Id Jan 21 21Mlss MUs EvelYn EvelvnBasil EvelYnBa Evelynl3ali
Basil Ba h hus not been 1J n found stories to the thecontrary tntlcontrorynotwithslanding thicontrtlry
contrary controrynotwithslanding notwithstanding Her father fatherhaid fatherffiid fatherlaid
laid tonight that sho was still missing
He also said that her relatives had not been beeninformed beenInfomled beenInformed
informed of her whereabouts He added addedWhen addedWhen
When my daughter went away she shewas sbewas shewas
was dressed in a brown Suit ult with a three threequarter threeqUilrter threqUlrter
quarter coathnd coat oat lInll large hat to to match She SheIs
Is about 5 i feet 3 inches tall and has dark darkbrown darkbrown darkbrown
brown hair and hazel eyes She stands standsvery istnndsEry standsvery
very Ery erect and has rather a dignified dlgnltledap dlgnltledappearnnco ap appearance apParanco ¬
pearance pearanceIt
It Is my opinion that she was wa either eitherrobbed plth eltldrrobbed > r rrobbed
robbed js iRrorclblydetainroIn s forcibly detained in some S9Jre a rne house housefor housefor housefor
for questionable qU ltlon4ble purposes or oris is being
held for ransom In allprobability all probability elm elmwas ehewas shewas
was robbed because she had with her herabout hEfahout herabout
about 5 in money and Jewelry to the thevalue thovalu thevalue
value of 300 300When 300Whims1m 300Vhensho
When Whims1m sho got to Jersey City she had to totake totake totaketho
take taketho the electric cars to get to the Erie Eriodepot Eriedepot Eriedepot
depot from the Pennsylvania depot and as asthere asthere asthere
there was a blinding snowstorm raging at atI atthat atthat
I that time I think she lost her way and andwas andwas andwas
was the victim of foul play If she was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not dead or was not confined confln d against her herwlU herwill
1 will she would have answered the personal per peisonalI olUll olUllI
I put in a Now oV York paper to attract her herattention herattEntiol1 herattention
attention attentionThe attEntiol1Ibe attention1he
The poliofl poll authorities of this thiRdty city hare harehad haohad lava lavahad
had no notice Of tho disappearance of Miss MissBash MissB MissBash
Bash B h and her father said he intended to tocall tocali tocall
call in I n tho aid of local detectives dete thes only onlya as asa J Ja
a last resort resortI resortPAllsIrilL
I PAnSIFAL PAllsIrilL P ONCE MORE MOREThe jIORIThe 1I0REThe
The Fifth Performance PerformaneeAttracts Attracts Another AnotherGreat Anotl1ereat AnotherGreat
Great reat and Absorbed Audience Audiencex AudienceThe
I x The whirligig of weeks eelfI revolves at tit8 tit8customary its itscustomary itscustomary
customary speed Operas may come and andoperas andoperas andoperas
operas operas may ma go but Parsifal recurs with withevery withccry withevery
every Thursday night There will be a aperformance aperformanee aperformance
performance on Tuesday nkht after a atime alrile aUtile
time and then a a lot of people who wbohave wbohaveformflthe have havej haveforinedtho
j formed formflthe tho Thursday Thurl < da ni night ht habit are going goingIn
In he b thrqwn out in in their calculations calculationslnst
lnst night however witnessed a repetition arepotltlonof repetitionof
of the now familiar scenes scenesit B sctiea sctieaIt < litlffi litlffiit
it was wn > l tho fifth flit h performance and the thepolicemen thepolicemen thepolicemen
policemen on duty in the front of tho house househad househrid househad
had censed to bo amazed at the trumpet trumpetmuezzin trumPetmuenin trumpetmud
muezzin mud in summoning summonin tho faithful to their theireato theire theirseas
seas e It was another splendid audience audiencethat audiencethot audicncethat
that listened 1I Iei1ed to the consecratlonal drama drama dramaIts dramaIts
1 Its attitude at the beginning of the first firstact firstact firstact
act was itiqro mom than ordinarily Intent and andconcentrated I nodconcentrated nd ndconcentrated
concentrated and consequently by the the1time tbe11mb thetime
time Amfortas and the knights were bowed bowedin
in prayer around the altar of the Grail Grailthe Grailthe Grailthe
the entire audience was in a reverent mood moodThe moodThe rnoodTheatmophero
The Theatmophero atmosphere tmo phere was WI all that the thomost thomostemlt most mostlevoiit mostdevout
devout pilgrim to Bayreuth could have havewished havewi havewishel
wished wi hed There was no applause applau o at the theend theend thesad
end of the first act but It would be futile futileto
to say y that in Berlin or within lt4In cannon shot shotofWnhpfried shotor
ofWnhpfried ofWnhpfriedThere or WnhpfrlpdThere Vnhfried VnhfriedThere
There voro vor Qro some mishaps in the handling handlingof
of the bconory last night but probably probablymost
most of them vero not so noticeable 1I0Uc aliio to tho thoandienco thoaudiencr theautlience
andienco in fl general as to those whose busi business busiI1fIJ biieitfs8 ¬
ness it Is to observe each f aLJI representation re resclltation
Some of tho minor pcrSon4gfs pcr On4grs on the Stage Stagetoo llta tagetOOBp1ftlLJOj e etoo
too tOOBp1ftlLJOj appeared fo 0 have ha 0 relaxed r laxed in their inter interfst interfst interfst
fst in In the ho work and went through their tlwirKonturos tlltlrgestUres theirCstUres
gestUres and poses mechanically and with withiack1tjstr
lacklustre lac luI < trn eyes eyc y But this too was jn jnulikelihood n naU nat1likeIiholIost
aU at1likeIiholIost ulikelihood 1000t oft on the audience in general generalri eneral eneralnHtYt1a1
K nHtYt1a1 ri iwyoral respects last nights nlg rs per perorrriaricJ
folllloncf orrriaricJ was tho best of the series IiOrlcsTbl IiOrlcsTblorclwatra The Theorqostra
orqostra was admiraole The preludo preludoept I
floopt ept for fortwotrifllng two trifling trifHn slips 81118 in tho thotrompets thotrompetsthll > trumpets trumpetswan
thll wan Wa I beautifully enul ifully played and throughout throit throiigh hriut hriute ut
insevoning e fnlnl tho instrumental part of tho th
OPW ope r ww WI given with lovely colornuance cOlprriu color nuance n fI
Mid 1 solidity Tho < flower girls girWseured sedured a aiwvl aI
I fmb hold iwvl on iu the IHU JJILUIJ pitch uuu and MllUft sling III In tune tuneI III IIII
I v I andwlIh with a comforting certainty certaintyh
I 0 The ice interpretation of tho i princlp principals ls lsI 0 0we
we h ae all been sufficiently described lCseric1hteJ jiefol h l
I 1f WMl I < > d was l1li tho tii RviraftmiltiMfc K Kunii n t1l1 1iil1Ir
gd aid her h e rt r difficulties vMfieSffr s setd en d gf 1W fleh poA
Ki t8u4 8Ua I It r Hl she could on6JnBionthekpy
aunin aU aetho lo n tlm time i she 1 would 11 oJorablo
b be atoJornblo renre renreOtnin rtpte reptei repteiDtation I ISfD
SfD Dtation < aUon of WMnCrlI JnooniptOhfllbhr
woman Otnin The other members tit f the cast castre wit
Ws re the same as I they t1f r hayo beenotprevl becn beo tpre tjrevi4u IQI < U8 U8THK
1 6rpmnees 6rpmneesTIn r7flaneca i iTill
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Club will III He Produced rocluccll at fall TmlrPmmo YaieP1VteEToN fallPr1JIrETON
Pmmo > f N Jr JrTan > Jah21rtle 21TI triangle trianglePrincetons
Club Princetons dramatic organizatibn organizatibnni organiatIbn organiatIbna
ni haa a Announced announc aanounccl d tho t tio c completion cOIHpleti rof of 4 p i nbw nbwro2 nHwU
U 5iea ica comedy cn1 called cd The illUl Man frl1ill
1 herol era ro2 which will bn produced by bon ta stu stupMannd
dent It e Cast t In New York
Chlca Chlcao o Phl Phl1ddcl Phl1ddclI del
pMannd Chia I afly line other large citicn duringtho durmgthocotU durmgthocotUl coni cor
IW fi PTlng A performance willlxvei wurb wul bei31t I > inU inUii
l 1cfSrthe a ii H e frthe rlhe first flr t timo tlmeilllh timely in the clubs olu jiStory jiStorymf nll ihtory ry
mf r S IJllrt > > 04 WI wroto < oto the play playiLndtho p1ayndtbo antttho
music tflL8 was WI1 w composed by K S SClarkei Clarke 05 05KDYTH
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tile lie Opera Singers Nose NosflouJ M MIxjuisr i iIMuis
Ixjuisr louJ 1 Homer had to sing ing last 1 1st h night hl ffg ffgWilson
t the c musicale 1 given en by Mr Ir and M MrIZ Or OrEse ae
Wilson lIson III pa0 pla o of Edyth EdyttYalknr EdyttYalknralkr Valkor Val ar St1 ItlIItker jf
tuikcr IItker hilt ij an operation o eratloll performed on onh nhi nhiL nhinose lief liefSho r
L nose last week and will not appeltr for forI or <
t I Ifcral daYIl tiaysju In opera A setIonfbof etlon of boM
MrEmovtfl She is 11 recovering r cov rlnJ but her lief iei
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The appraisal of tho Uiol tate of f WII11 WilliamEarl William WilliamEarltfbdge rn rnrl
Earltfbdge Earl rl todg whodfed wl who d died 4 onAug0 on < n Aug o lAstBhOTra lAstBhOTralngrpa8at47lMzWj l lst tB shows showsiIPc 8 8I
I Jrr o iIPc drol a LD etaWvalued etaWvaluedinKrthaat741429L tat6 alued alued1nrflSats7U2911
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ac dnci Idevolppraent evoen evoenindustrial J PPMt coropihteA DWile in an a other otherinduBtrial oi oiindustrial
industrial securities r e < it itMr pMr I IMr
Mr Dodge was a member of Phalpu PhalpuDodge Phel PhelpeDodge l lDodge
Dodge A ctc Coof or 99 9John John street and had hadan hadan hadan
an interest Blued at 1782078 782673In in that firm firmHis firmHis finnHis
His Income from the firm for the seven sevenmonths BevenImonths seveninonttis
months of 1IW3 down to hlsdeath his death amounted amountedto
to S27 27248 His principal prinelpallveatq1W1t1ere prinelpallveatq1W1t1ereas ir hveatI1entarere hveatI1entarereas veatrri ntBl ntBlere > ere ereas
as follows followsShaft rollowsShlf follOwsShaeS
Shaft Shlf compani VOlSdttoti Viiilit ll h
20400 Southwestern Investment Da Cc iu11130000 iu11130000S2447 i li h3OOO h3OOOa2447 OOO OOOG24n
S2447 Copper copperQueen Queen QJleen Con 000ttInIng lInIng Co P2 lOWWO lOWWO2UOOO
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IItrlO 0 Moutezuma Copper Co 481 481000 000
4170 American AmerjcanlirassCu Brass Co 417000
10000 Detroit lJetr lfCfJpperCo Copper Co 300000
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0150 United Globe WlnesCo 187COO
3400 3 OO NacozarllUllroadCo alOzlrt > RAllroadCO 1WOOO 1WOOOITS
115 flrsl FlrslNattonal NltUonltI1lDllt National limit 103000 103000MOOO 1 110000ouoo 000
MOOO North 0 orth rIb Star Mlnea 00 100000 100000Sfr 100000rr 100000ifr
Sfr rr Dodge though remarkable for his hislargo hi hilarge hislarge
large nhllnrithroplc p1lHatithropic gifts during his life lifetime lIretime lifetime ¬
time divided almost III most all his property among amongthe amongtile amongthe
the members of his immediate family
His lIisexQcutQl8 executors are Cleveland H HI > Dodge DodgeWilliam DodgelII Dodgeft
II Mil Grace H Dodge a daughtertana daughtertanaWilliam daughter and andWilliam
William C Oeborn a sonlnJaw They
have settled since his death deathl several gIfts clftaand Rittsand gIftsand
and contributions which he had promised promisedto promisedtomnk
to tomnk make shortly before his death Among Amongthese Amongthese Amongthese
these was a fourth installment of szaooo szaoooto 23000 23000to 25000to
to the International Committee of the theY theY theY
Y M 1 C A a S50000 50000 subscription to the theSyrian the871an theSyrian
Syrian Protestant College 4000 000 to the theChurchof theChurch theChuchef
Churchof Church of Sea and Landl000 Land 1000 to the Pres Presbyterian PresbyterlanChureh Prosbyterian ¬
byterian byterlanChureh Church on West 189th street streetSi000
Si000 1000 to the Rev Ro Rilcom Shaw S400 WO to the theMuseum theIIIRel1m theMisenm
Museum of Natural History and 150 to toj totho tothe
j tho H H Hanna Hanqa Sound Money Committee CommitteeBy
By his will Mr Dodge divided 20000 10000amon 20000estate 20 000 000among
amon among the employees on his Rlverd Rivordalo Rivordaloestate e eestate
estate Ho declared in his will that he heconsidered heconsidered hoconsidered
considered it better and wiser to give lib libpone UbI Ilbemily
emily to ch charitable and religious Institu Instituttonf institutions
ttonf during ones lifetime than to post postporte Ost OstJJne
I pone such gifts until death had strickentbegler stricken strickenthe tr1ckenthe
the tbegler tbeglerURIi giver givertins
tins COSTELLO ON TRIAL TRIALShe TRIALI TRIALSh TRI4LShe I
She Sh Shot tier Husband n Wealthy lIltl1Lumbfr lIltl1Lumbfrman Lumber Lumberm Lumbermn
m man n Last SprlUe Spt1bPlnl1s Pleads 8f Ifpefence Selr SelrDereneeBurrAio IfpefenceBnrFAio ff CC CCBUFFALO
BUFFALO Jan 21 21The The case of Mrs MrsSarah MrsSarah MrsSarah
Sarah C Coetello who shot her husbandJ husband husbandJohn husbandJohn
John J ohll H HI Costello a rich Pennsylvania Pennsylvanialumberman Penuaylvnnlalumb Pennsylvanialumberman
lumberman lumb nnlU1 last spring will go o to the jury jurytomorrow juryI jurytomorrow
tomorrow morning Both sides summed summedup eummedup
up tonight The defence admits the shoot shootbe shootmg shootlog
I be but declares that it was WI in selfdefence selfdefenceBoth seltdefenoeotJi selfdefenceBoth
Both otJi Mrand 1IIr nd Mrs Costello were on the thostand thestandtoday th thstand
stand standtoday today Mr Costello said his wife wifewent wltewent wifewent
went to His office fOr the purpose of killing
him The woman declared that her hus husband husband busband
band tried to t throw throwher her downstairs and andthat andthat andthat
that she then shot him to tesave ave her own
life The District Attorney A put on Costello Coetelloscoat Costellocoat Costelloscoat
coat perforated bythe bullets to show showhave showtho showthe
the jurylhatltwaa jury that it was imp088ble lor him to tohavoooen tohave
have havoooen been shot In the the1ae back while Btruggling Btrugglingwith struglIngwith stnigglingwith
with the woman There was plenty of orscandal ofscandal I Iecandal
scandal in the ease Costello having sued suedCol IIUedbiswiteror suedhis
biswiteror his wifefor divorce eaoh halt alt a dozen times timesCol timestel
Col Gmj Deputy Commissioner of Pnblle PnblleWork PubleWorks PublieWorks
Works WorkCol WorksCpl WorksCal
Cal James A AGray Gray whoit was announced announcedsome announcedsome announcedsome
some time ago would be appointed Assistant AssistantCorporation AlJIistantI
I I Corpor Corporation tl il Counsel forQueenn for QpOOl1l Que ns Borough Boroughwas
was appointed Deputy Commissioner CommiMlonerofPubllo of ofPublic ofPublic
Public Works yesterday by President PresidentCopaldy Pre PrIdontCassidy ldcnt ldcntCusldy
Cassidy and was 1UI1IIIOm sworn in The office officepays oftl officepays e epaysS3000
pays paysS3000 3000 000 a year It is said Col Qrars Qrarsappointment Grarsappointment Umysappointment
appointment to the Corporation Counsels Counselsoffice1 Comal CounS1somQ1g ls lsoftic
office1 oftic < 1 was vetoed by Tammany after being beingannounced beingnnljouncooas beinganiouncod
announced nnljouncooas as settled sett1 by PresidentCaaeldy PresidentCaaeldyItis PresldentCas ldr ldrItis
Itis now Raid James E Stewart who was wasCorporation WI18Corporation wasCorporatlonCounsel
Corporation CorporatlonCounsel Counsel Counselor of Long Island City
during durin the Sanford administration will willb willbii
b bii < j made Assistant Asi8 lIntCorpomti01l Corporation Counsel CounselSORE C9i1 CoupeelSORE eJ eJSORE
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