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The To members mCb rniml er ers of St Pauls Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Epopl EpoplCurch EplsccipalburCh
Church of o Itiihway IILhway N J are ar still sti mysti mystijjtd myst mystild
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jjtd over thotilsappearanco tho Ilpp > rno of a fivepointed fivepointedStar
Star Stlr of Bethlehem lk lietil lohem which hung hug from frm the thecelling theclug theeIIliig
celling of tM th Ir church for nearly thirty thirtyears thirty1r8 thirtyyears
years clug ears and ud bU bl zed Zd on each cich Christmas and andThe ad adJWnlion andpflIO2
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Rogers a brt br lrcer ccr at 71 Broadway Bradwayand and a abrotherinlawl abrthNlnI abrthertfl11
RgT brotherinlawl brthNlnI of Francis Frncis L Stetson Stetsn and andtt andcf andef
tt William Wllam T 1 IVardwell Wardwol formerly treasurer treasureref trlurr trlurrc
ef the Standard 1 Oil Oi Company CompanyMr Cmpy CmpyMr
c Mr IVsersl formerly lived lved in Rahway Rahwayand Rhway Rhwayad
and ad won wR super super buperi ntendent of St Paulo Pauls Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day school srhool hooi H II 3 has always alway contributed cntrbute to tothe tothe tothe
the church ami an ai I according Icorlng to one of Us Usvfstryrnen Is Isvtstrmen 1t8vetrYmen
vfstryrnen vtstrmen has hiA given 6 a year to pay the theStar theStar theStar
Star of Bcthlol Dethlo1ems Bethlobems ems gas bill bi As the star starwas str strwas starwao
was only used u uso o twice twic a year ear what was wa loft loftof leftcf loftof
of the S6 0 went toward towar Sunday school ex exptwcs expne8 oxpnes
ptwcs But Butw now that the th > star has gone gonetome gonoBre gonesome
tome Bre pne8 of the clic ch rch rb peoploliavo peoplo11avo qualms qualp of ofconscience ofordence ofimcience
ordence conscience imcience about using Mr Rogerss Uogers money moneyV
w V H Cloko pi p j umber wber of St Pauls laul Paul Church Churchtold Chuch Chuchtld Churchtold
told tld a SUN repojter TP 11 ° ter yesterday ystray that tht ho knew knewall knowll
all 11 ll about abut tho stars whereabouts whereluts But Butwhat Butwht Butwhat
what wht puzzles pzle the church chuh people pple most ost is not notwhere notwher notwhere
where wher the star starl Is now but the rtcnc reticence of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te rector retor th i llev Ite Charles Carle L Cooder Cooderto ooer ooert oedcrto
the ilysteryof of its disappearance disappearanceMr
to t discuss diu aiystery lysteryof Is disppaanc
Mr Cooder Cder said sid yesterday that tht the star starbid at etard
bid bd d never nver b bon n lighted lgh since sinc aincebe he had hd been beenIn bn bnIn
In Rahway Rhway Several > erl chorch ch h members mmbn were weresure wr wrI werepire
sure that it was aa lighted Ilhtd last fit Christmas ChristmasMr 2u1stmaslilt
Mr I Cooder Cder is sure au that tho star lth has been beenmissing ben benmalng beenmioalng
M missing for two years oa while hle the plumber plumberwho plubr plubrwho plumberwho
who malng pretends prtond to know klowher where it is f hidden hiddenswears hiddenpea hiddenawearo
swears pea months that tha net agm it was e taken down only ony a few fewmonths fewmontha fewmonths
The star eta was wa le on o unristmasre
re Te e by members mmbers of the choir Mr Coodor Cooderfailed Coodorfale Coodorfailed
failed to give the young youg people ple any ay informa itonna itonnaton tntorznaLion information ¬
fale Lion aboutit abutit and they appealed Bpel to one of ofthe ofte ofthe
the ton vestrymen v trYln At the last laatmtry vustry vltry meeting meetinga metng metnga
te a few fe weeks wek ago o the te matter materwM was wa brought broughtup
up and each Mh and ad every ever one of the members membersdeclared membr membersdeclared
declared delar his innocence innocenceWhen innoence innoencen innocenceVhen
When n the te meeting mftng was WI ovw oyerN said sad Vestry Vestryman V etr ¬
man William Wiia Barker yesterday yeltmay I asked askedthe Ikc aikedthe
the sexton about it and hij hlfput h put on a very verymysterious verymYlterous verymysterious
mysterious mYlterous te air and ad told mqnothing mqnothingA mtnotng mtnotngA
A reporter who went in sixirch e rch of the theto theSI theStar
SI Star reprler of Betleem Bethlem yestray yesterday W8 was dretd dretdt directed directedto
to Capt Joseph W Martin Matn a vestryman vestrymanof
of t the Cpt te church churh and superintendent suprintendent of the theNew te teNew theIew
New Jersey Jery State Reformatory ReformatoryOh Rfolmaor
Oh no I didnt steal etl the star str Capt CaptMartin CaptMatn CaptMartin
Martin Matn said sd when asked ased if i he knew kne any anything ay aytng anything ¬
thing tng about it Then Ten hepushed he pshe a button buttonand buttn buttnd buttonand
and d a amuch much uniformed l formed officer of r with wit a bunch bunchof buch buchof
of keys appeared appearedDid
Did you appeae tike t e the th Star Sta of Bethlehem Bethlehemthouted Bothlehemsoute Bethlehemshouted
shouted officer officerYou soute omclr the superintendent superntenent to t the astonished astonishedofficer aetonled aetonledomclr astonishedofficer
omclrly Thy1 ly no sir wa was the rely reply
You see s you have come to the wrong wrongwe wrng wrngflc wrongp1ace
p1ace said Cpt Capt Martin taln t to the reporter reporterwe
flc we are ar all al innocent inocnt hero her Besides sides rprer rprerwe I gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the church churh a big electrically flecrilaly lighted Jghtd cross Cr6 a awhile awhie awhile
while whie ago and I have to get that tht repaired repairedend rfalrd rfalrdd
end d gilded ide once onc in a while whie which drains drainsmy drins drinsmv drainsely
my pocket pokt enough Inugh without bothering bthering with withenr votb votb8T withany
any Stars SUIl of Bethlehem Bethlehemyou Bthlehfm BthlehfmYou BethlehemYou
8T you have to pay the electric nlltrlc light Ipht bill billtoo bi billtoo
too to father suggested ted the thE captains cptaIns son sonwho eonho8c sonwho
sugg
who ho8c sat in tho room roomWhile roomWhie roomWtllle
While Whie this thi conversation cnverton was wa going en ento cni enIn
to i the office ofce Mr MrCode Cooder who is i the moral moralInstructor morl moralInstructor
Instructor Itrctr of the reformatory rfortor was wa talking talkingto talkingt I
to t thu convicts convlcl in i another room rm When Whonksked WhenMked
ksked kke about the star he plainly plainy showed show d his hisannoyalibe l hisknnosbe I
knnosbeT1v4tsinothingtoTh1o annoyalibe I
annoyalibeTh moyBeTheeohlng
Th Theeohlng T1v4tsinothingtoTh1o rfs nothJngftothifl to hl at all al he said saidSome sld sldSome saidSotne I
Some busybody huybdy has h8 been ben stirring string it all al up
This i star st 5 was WI put up in tho church a lone lonetime longtme Ion Iontime
time agoJor agoJor a Christmas 1lstm decoration derton and andIt andi an anIt
tme
It i has ha no part par in the service snice service and is of nQ uso usowhatever usohatever usewhatever
whatever It I hasnt been ben lighted lghte since I Ikave Ihve Ihave
have hve been here Besides lde it was W wa too to near nearthe ne nearthe
the te roof rf and we were afraid afri there would wouldbe wouldb vouidbe
be b a fire fre so wo had a brass screen ecron put putbovo putlbvo putabove
above lbvo it itHow ithow
How long Ion has it been ben gone goneOh goneOh one oneOh
Oh some workmen took too it down a acouple acouplee acoupleclycarsago coupleof I
of e clycarsago clycarsagoMr years year ago agoMr 8OMr
Mr Cloke Coke the church plumber plumbr had a adifferent adlernt adifferent
different dlernt story stor to tell tellI tel
I took the star tnr down tho latter lter part of oflast ofItt of1at
last Itt summer he said sid because bcause it Pr was in inmy
my way when I was making mking some repairs repairsYou rpair repairsYou
You say the church churh people pople think thnk it is a amystery ayeter a2yotery
mystery yeter That isnt my fault I told Mr MI Mrcooder
Cooder Cder that tht it had been ben taken tken down and andIn andIn andIn
In what part par of the church chuch I put it and he henever henever henever
never gave me any Iny orders orer to put It up upRogers upaa upagain
aa again I i clnt cant help It if he didnt tl tell the thecurch thethurch
curch thurch people peopleEdard
Edward IJ Rogers the donor of the Star StarHe Starof Starof
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of Btl Bethlehem ehem now liven Iyes In Lwrnc Lawrence L I IHe IBe
He said last night nllht that thl ho knew nothing nothingabout nothingaout nothingshout
about aout his star Itar being bing missing
1 gave it to the church churh as I a decoration decorationi
i long time lie ago he said sld I contribute contributeto contrbute contrbuteto
to the church still Itl but I didnt know that thatany thatany thatany
any of the money was used uld to pay the stars starsgas starsIB starsgas
gas IB bill billAXD bi biAJ billAND
AND THE Tn SMALL SJII ROY GRINNED GRIXXEDA GlliNNEDSlofed
A Staffed Slofed Pocketbook Pocketbookand and a Tense Tese Ten TenMinutes Tenlnutes TenMinutes
Minutes lnutes on the Elevated ElevatedA IeatedA
A dilapidated dilpidated little 1t1 leather purse pueculd pueculdten caused causedten causedten
ten minutes minutC of fun in a Third avenue ele elevated eleTated eleYated ¬
vated train trin yesterday yesteray afternoon aferoon A Amulatto Amulato ADiulatto
mulatto mulato boy In a corner corel seat leat had been beenthe bn bnIhe beenthe
the last owner of the purse pur which was wasjust wa9just wasjuet
just ready rarly to fall f81 apart apr But a pocket pocketbook poket poketbk pocketbook
book bk is a pocketbook and no one knows knowshat knowshat knowswhat
what hat it may contain containThe containThe containThe
The purse pUnO was temptingly temptngly fat despite despiteIts despitei
Its i shabbiness shbbine and several of the tl passen passengers pasn pasnHs passengers ¬
gers Hs pytd y d it and each elchother elchotherFinaly other otherFinally otherFinally
Finally Finaly a stout 11011 German Germar who sat lat oppo oppotite oppoate opposite
site ate changed his hil seat lat to tho one directly directlyver dircty dirctyOver
Over ver the purso and every ever one ole watched him himUntil himUti himUntil
Until Uti the I he toot tot of a fire fr engine clglnt ontho on the street streettaujed stret stretuld streetused
taujed uld used everybody eVlrybdy to turn his head headThis
This TL was the Germans chanco and ho hopicked hoPIcked hoPicked
picked up the purse plO and ad shoved it into his hispocket hil hisocket
pocket po1cket ocket Tho other passengers pa ngeJ glared at
him h hhi kn hi The Tt silence fien was broken brken by one man
Who ho 0 said saidTou sid sidd naitiYou
You better turn that over to the con ¬
beter turtMt
cn cnlOr
ductor ductort ductorThe d dtorThe lOr lOrThe
t The reply Tply wan a German equivalent of ofnothing ofnOlhin offlOhIng
nothing nOlhin doing roing
The conductor was called caled and the eitua eituaon Iltua
lon lion on explained cxplain d to him Hij III demanded the thoynj theanr
ynj P1ii mid anr after an argument arglment that t lasted lastedW lalIId
tigh eight W blocks won it by a threat of calling calng calng1Ccman
I Policeman OIefllflfl 1Ccman The conductor cncuctor addressing nddrBilg
thetas5oflgprM JPaHwngprt JII tKPr i4ai1 ai Irl < l li
Now 1 Im ltii going to count tills money money
Indhpn Irid TO i then i turn tlr it i over to the property propllty clerk
Ir 151 Ihrell thrl be b no more trouble troubleopened trouhlor trouhloopened trouble5Opeywti
opened the th catch ctch and out fell fel a tightly
tphty tphtywad
roi r toted wad of paper The he German nlrman yelled yeled his hisTtIookcfl hil hisJoy
joy whil hie thD caul cause of milchl mischief r in the cr car
ner er at lookrd
TtIookcfl at out of the window with
a Ennthat g gri that reached from earto car
COUPLe OVERCOME nRcotB tiY Ii SMOKE SMOKETwo SVOKETlo SMOKETwo
Two Tlo Toons tounr von Men Ien Pasting Plln Go to the Ilrscue Ilrscueof Relue RelueIr
of Ir the Coalers CoalersFiro CoulerFire CoulersFire
Fire started yesterday oterdn afternoon nfernon under
the tho
roms roo5 r 40 ui of MUUrU George VUUIKF Couler ttllU and 1MB his wife wifewho wifewho W11U W11UWho
Who live lve on 01 tho ceorgo Bocond 8ecnd floor foor of the throe throestory threoRtOr
story RtOr frame frme building buldln at 507 57 Kant Hint Hlft street streetf stre
Fhey ey 1ere were overcme overcome by smoke and two
f Toun ° unS men who were passing pasln rushed rushedo
rOUI into o the building hUldlng and carried carred them down downI
I In 05 e roan In who Is i 61 years yar years old ol OkL was sick sickrested sickIn
In bd ben Both fltiiare are In a danperou8 dangerous conditon conditonArrested condition conditionArresicti
Arrested rested on Return tturn From FoDl Kuropf KuropfRuftw luropeRuf urope uropeRufl1
Ruftw Rufl1 Ruf Mills li who Is connected cnnete with tho thof
trm firm of ° f R E Roberts BoherA 1 t Co C of Baltimore Baltimoreicon Baltimoresame altlmoreml
same ml On O here the other day to spend his hisilOnoy00
onnnoon icon In the lobby of the Broad I IKn
way ay Cqtral 01 ott Saturday night he Ra sow a
Kn n ung mftn man who Wll ho M78 save i WiniamHBruc i8 Wllam IBrd
run fuce TC Mills Mil says left lef the Baltimore Hallmoro firm tr
tflo a r fe w weeks ago with over 1100 110 100 that didnt didntwiong didnt
wiong elo to him This man that
b ningJo young nay
Thiyoung fY
I e la l e Herbert Herber W V McBride Mills had him
Mis ha
wr Orrested < wt d McBride honjust hi has just returned retr from frm
itMte uirppc zurope rope on the first Ora Waldereee aldel He was wal wasdft
dft a ° the Tombs for exmiaton examination to toL j
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THE TnELOUSIN4 LOVISIAXA LAXD FRAUDS FRAUDSPour FlAUIis FRAUDSVoui t tFoilr
Pour nioro Ilor Prominent Mm 11n Indicted li1lee 1 for forConspiracy forCon forConspiracy
Con Conspiracy llrac to Defraud the Government GovernmentNEW GovernmentNEWORLEN8 GovernmentNaw
NEW NEWORLEN8 ORLEANS Jan 24 24Tho Tho Federal FederalGrand Fe FedoralGrand r l lGrand
Grand Jury Ju here has hn Indicted InUctpd on two counts countsJames cunts cuntsJames countsJames
James L Bradford William Wilam H 1 Wright WrightGeorge WrightGerge WrightGeorge
George Gerge Balduy and Francis Franci Lory Lry Jr for forconspiracy rorconspiracy forconsliraey
conspiracy to defraud defrud the United Unied States StatesGovernment StatC StatesGovernment
Government in certain cerain land matters mattor and andmaking andmaking mdmaking
making and ad presenting prCentng false claims The Theindictments TheIndicments Theindictments
indictments Indicments are the most Important Importnt of any anyyet anyyet anyyet
yet found for tho land frauds fruds committed committedin cmmited cmmitedIn
in Louisiana LouisianaJames Lu LouisianaJames lana 0 0James
James L L Bradford lrdlor is I a man of wealth wealthand welth welthund wealthand
and standing and is at the head of the bar barin br brIn barIn
in the Southwest as a a land lawyer Gen GenBaldey GenBldey GenBaldoy
Baldey Bldey is I also alo a lawyer and held the highest highestofllcwj hlh highestomots t tofOt
ofllcwj ofOt in Louisiana Luiiana in Reconstruction Reconstructiondays Uecnstructon Uecnstructonda Reconstructiondays
days da He is I a prominent member of the theG theG theG
G A R and has been a commander commnder Wright Wrightis
is a notary was wa formerly United UnltedStat1 States StatesCommissioner StatesCommissioner
Commissioner Commi8loner and hag held other Federal Federaloffices Federl Federlof Federaloffices
offices of e Lory Lry is a lawyer and was wa formerly formerlya
a member of the Louisiana Luisian Legislature LegislatureThe Lgislatue LgislatueThe
The case Ce in which the frauds fruM are charged chargedis charge
is that of a land entry made for William WilliamMiller Wiiam WiiamMier WilliamMiller
Miller Mier who died die as long ago as a 1845 18 and andwhose andWh00 andwhose
whose Wh00 lands land according acording to tho charges chargeswore char0 chargesyere
wore ere taken by tho accused accuse men under underfalse underfale underfalse
false fale and perjured perjure claims cl lms Tho Te United UnitedStatra Unite UnitedStates
States Btatl Grand Jury Jur in both bth the thE north norh and andsouth andsouth andsouth
south Louisiana Lullanl districts ditrict continue contnue to in investigate Invltgate investigate ¬
vestigate vltgate the land frauds fraud and are striking strikingmen strikingmen
men higher hlgler up up in every investigation investigationTho Invetgton InvetgtonThe
The indictments already alreay found exceed exced
350 including Incuclng some twenty lawyers laer and andI andBoverl andseveral
I several Boverl United Unted States Commissioners CommissionersHARD Commlloner CommllonerHARD CommissionersHARD
HARD JOn AT ttttOADWAY llWnAY FIRE FIREFiremen FIREFrenlen FIREFIremen
Firemen Frenlen Kept at atItAUDayStzeet It I All Day DYSteet Street Car CarTraffic cr crTamo CarTraifle
Traffic Tamo Impeded ImpededTho ImpededTe ImpededThe
The Te fire fr which whic started start shortly shorty after aftr 1 1oclock 1oclook Ioclock
oclock yesterday morning in the five
yeterday te fve story storybuilding strr strrbuidin storybuilding
building buidin at 540 and 548 Broadway Braway run running runnng running ¬
ning nng back bak to t Crosby Csby street strt kept the te fire firemen tr firemen ¬
men at work all al day yesterday yeteray and until untillate ut untillate
late last night t
The Te three tr upper uppr floors foors were burned burne awajr awajrand away awa awaand
and Chief Cief Kruger estimated estmatd the te damage damageat damagat
at 150 250000 The To fire f started 8trt on the fourth fourthfloor fourthfor fourthfloor
floor for which whic was Wi occupied ocupie by Rossonwasser RossonwasserBros RlnwMr RlnwMrB
Bros B manufacturers mauactur of overgalters orgaltr and andleggings ad adlegging andleggings
leggings and before befor the first frlt engine enginocompany englnocmpany enginecompany
cmpany company came the te flarrca flTe had ba eaten eatn their theirway tei theirway
way through tbru h to the te fifth ffth and third tir floors floorswhich foors foorswhic floorswhich
which whic were wer occupied oclpleby by Finkelstein Finkeltin FinkeltinMIot FinkeloteinMaagot A AMaaget
Maaget MIot clothing cloting manufacturers manufaturer and ad Craw Crawford Caw Cawford Crawford ¬
ford it A Qiilflsy QukllYd skirt makers makersOn maker makerson
On the second en floor foor wa WM the hat factory factorycf factor
cf R n E Bonar A Co C while whie tho first fst floor floordealers foor foorwa floorwas
wa was use used I as the stor storo of Morhnura Bros Brosdealrs Brosdealers
dealers in Japanese Japans art goods The Je two twolower twolower twolower
gool
lower floors fors aie damaged damage considerably conlderlbly by bywater bywat bywater
water waterThe wat waterThe r
The Te rTe firemen fremen found that the blaze blaz was Wi the thefiercest tle tlefercst thefiercest
fercst fiercest on the Crosby Cr8by Crosbystreet street strt side and their theirattentions teir teirattntion theirattentions
attentions attntion were wer directed dircte to t that part of the thobuilding te tebuidi thebuilding
building They Tey secured a foothold fotold on the therear tberar therear
buidi rear rar fireescape frcap sur and ad attacked attcke the te flames flameshour dame damestrain
frm train ttr there It wa was a har bard fight and for an anhour anhour
hour and a half hal the te men clung tgt to their tlelr hose hoselinos hOR bosslines
lines lne on this ti fireescape frep The Te heat was Wi so soIntense soIntns soIntense
Intense Intns that it was wa necessary ne for the fire firemen fr firemen ¬
men in II the street stret to t play streams stams of water wateron watr watron wateron
on the men on the fire escapes
As soon sn as the flames were somewnatsubdued
subdued eubdue the firemen frn on the te fire fre escapes escapesrushed escapesrushed flpes flpesrhe
rushed rhe into Int the te building buiding dragging drMplng their theirhose teir teirhos theirhose
hose hos lines In with wt them One of the members membersof
of Engine 33 3 Joseph Block was Wi caught by bya
a back bak draught draulht and was WW knocked krocke down downthe downte lawnthe
the te stain stin Th The noisa laie nolsshe he made mae In falling fallingwas fa1n fallingwas
was 8 heard hearl by Tom Tor Heany a well wel known knownbuffalo knownbutalo knownbiffaio
buffalo butalo who dragged dragge Block Bock from frm the thestairway te teIwlrway thesteinway
stairway Iwlrway and revived revive him on the sidewalk sidewalkBefore Ildewalk IldewalkBfolt sidewalkBefore
Before Bfolt even any of the firemen fremcn knew that thatBlock UmtBlock thatBlock
Block had ha been ben overcome overcme ho was back with withhis wit ith ithhis
his hi company cmpany fighting thtnp the te flames flamesUntil famls famlsUnll flamesUntil
Until Unll 8 oclock yesterday yelray mornIng rornln the theBroadway theBra theBroadway
Broadway Bra way cars lrs could culd not pass pl the building buiding
Tim Tle cars car from frm uptown uptwn were halted halte at bus Houston Hou buston ¬
ton street strt and passengers pasenger got transfers transfersto transfer
to others otler cars C8 awaiting on the te south sut side 1de of ofthe 01te ofthe
the te fire fr at Spring street streetSUBWAY steet steetUBWAF streetJIJW1IV
SUBWAY TROUBLES 7ROUBIS TROfIILESNO7 XOT 01 SETTLED SETTLEDFederated SETTjIEDFcderatd ETTtEDFedeated
Federated Fedeated tnlcns nlrna Talking Tking Strike Strl Grant a aWeek atl aWeek
Week tl More for PeacennklnR PeacennklnRTho PeacemtklngTo PeaeemakInThe
The To unions which have hvo been ben kickingabout kickingaboutthe kl kicking kingaboutthe about aboutthe
the employment of nonunion nonuion men at the thenew thonew thenew
new subway power pwer house houe and ad have hve been beenthreatening ben benthrtening beenthreatening
threatening thrtening to strike all ul along the subway subwaywere subwarwer subwaywere
were wer still sti talking tlking strike yesterday yeterdy James JamesWilson JaiC JainesWilson
Wilson Wisn of the machinists machiniRt told the Central CentralFederated Centrl CentrlFedertcd CentralFedemted
Federated Federtcd Union that another conference conferencehad cnfernc conferencehad
had hd been ben held during last week wek with repre representatives rpr reprosentatives ¬
sentatives snttive of tho AlliSChaimeni AIIChlmen AlIla Chalmers Company Companybut
but that tht no result rsult had hd been bn reached reachedAs rahed rahedA
As A far as l I can cn learn lear he said sld Mr MrMcDonald lr lrMoDonald MrMcDonald
McDonald the general contractor contactor has hastried h baatried
tried tred ail al he could culd to get the AllisChalmers AllisChalmersCompany AleChalmer AllisChalmersCompany
Company to employ union men but can cando en endo cando
do nothing There Ther is nothing about union unionmen unionmen unionmen
men in the contract cntrct with tho company companyWilson cmpay cmpayWison companYWilson
Wilson Wison went on to say sy that he believed believedin bUeed bUeedIn
in going the limit lmit for conciliation conciiton before beforoa bfor
a 1 strike strke was wa ordered orred Two now members membersof membrs membrsof
of the labor rapid rpid transit trwlt committee commite Del Delegates DelegatM Delegates ¬
egates Stanton of the Electrical Electrcal Workers Workersand Workersand Workersand
and Kilgus KlguR of the Painters Paiters had been befn ap appointed applnted appointed ¬
pointed and matters lnters were more rosy for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their plnted unions which had ha grievances grevncR than thanwhen thanwhen titanwhen
when the first frt strike strie order oror wont ent out outStanton Olt OltStanton outStanton
Stanton objected to the th statement that thatmatters thatmater thatmatters
matters were wer rosy rO for his union Ho 10 de declared decard doelated ¬
elated mater that tho General Generl Electric Company Companyhad i ihad
card had offered oterd if I he would not interfere to toemploy toemploy I Iemploy
employ members membrs of the union on a 32000 sooocontract 32000contract 20
contract but he would not agree agreeThe agrl agreeThe
conlrac
The debate brought out a statement utatemontfrom statemn statementfrom t tfr1
from fr1 William Wiiam H Fancy Farle walking delegate delegateof
of the Tile Layers Lyor Union Unon who ordered a astrike astrike astrike
strike against aglist Tie nonunion nonUlon men at the Kigh Kighteonth flgbteth Fightecath
teonth teth street Itrt station sttion and called cled it off 01 again againin
in a hurry hurr whon the employers employer threatened threatenedwhich throahmeda
a general lokout lockout that the trm firm aginst aginstwhich against againstwhich
which jenerl the tile layers layer struck Itrc had hd been fined fed
250 by the te Employers Association Apsoiaton for forviolating fOIvlollting forviolating
violating vlollting 25 tho arbitration arbitraton agreement agrement by byemploying byemploying byemploying
employing nonunion men menAfter menAter menAfter
After more talk tlk it was WI decided that tht the theC theC theC
C Ater F U mor rapid rpid transit committee comittee should shouldhave shouldhve shouldhave
have hve this week wek for a settlement Retement before beforefurther befcre befcrefurther beforefurther
further action acton is taken takenttOSTOX takenIIOSTON
ttOSTOX 11 STO TEAMSTERS STRIKE STRIKEIndications STRl STRIKEindleatloils r rIndlctolS
Indications IndlctolS That Tat the City Cly Is to Have lue An Another Another Another ¬
other Severe enre Labor Fight FightBOSTON FllitBosTo Ight IghtBOSTOX
BOSTON Jan Jin 24 24Unlether 24Unless Unless there Is 111 a back bockdown backdOT backdown
down dOT on tho part of tho Master Teamsters TeamstersAsscciation Temslers TemslersABcaton TeamstersAsseciation
Asscciation ABcaton cf this city cty from their refusal refusalto refusl refuslto
to grant rant any an of the demands dcmnds made mde by Team TeamDrivers Tem TemDrver TeamDrivers
Drivers Drver Union Unlol 25 there Is every probability probabilitythat probabity probabitythat
that tho 0000 60 members of the latter organ organization crganizaticn ¬
ization will bo crdercd to strike this week
Boston Bston went through one teamstersstrike
strike a couple of years ago and the business businessmen 1usine8 1usine8men businessmen
men hero are hopeful that a peaceful paceful set settlement settempnt settiement ¬
tlement will wi i he arrived arrwd at atFrom atFrom atFrom
tempnt From thq strong sentiment entment among the thounion theunion theunion
union members in favor of forcing at least leastthat IlaRI IlaRIthat leastthat
that part of their new proposition proposlton to the thomaster themuter titnimaster
master teamsters teaterl relating relatng to the employ employment employmont mploy mployment ¬
ment of union men only and an equally equallystrong II1aly II1alyItrong equallystrong
strong objection to this exacting exatng datum clllt on onthe ontho Oflthe
the Itrong part objeton of tho employers fmplo er It Is difficult dfcultto dfcultto1ow to tom tosee
ar be averted avertedTho ted tedTho
m see ho now trouble can on aTered aTeredTo
1ow
Tho employers employcrt anticipate anticpte that a strike striketho Atrikewl strikewill
will To bf be ordered and tonight a plc police captain captainrld captainraid
wl raid that orer he thoujht thought tonlgt tllrA titers would hn plenty plentyfor plentyfor
for his men to do In prsrvlnK preserving orer order In Intho inthe
tho street before this week was over overThn overTe overThe
ftreAt bfor
The members of the union at their vari various various van vanoils ¬
ous Te meetings mlJmhr today and tonight tnight agreed agreedto agrcp1 agrcp1t
to leave mectngs tho matter mater entirely entrely In the hands handsof handsof handsof
of t the Executive Council Cunci which will wi en endeavor endavor endeavor ¬
deavor to Exutv secure tho support of the national nationalorganization nationalorglnizton nationalorganization
organization and at suppr tho samo tlmp time try to toBccuro t tfUr tosecure
secure orglnizton some concessions concBlons c nelon from frm tho Master MasterTeamsters Masterreamoters aster asterfeumster
Teamsters fUr Bre Association Amloclaton It I is II thought thoughthardly thoughtluudly thoughthardly
hardly feumster likely lkely that tht tho strike will wi be ordered orderedbefore orered oreredbfore orderedbefore
before bfore Thursday ThursdayNew ThursdayNew Curday CurdayNew
New York ork and New Nlw Haven lann nallroart Rairoad Cats CatsDown Qtl QtlIon QillJosn
Down Working Hours HoursNEW hoursNEW
Ion lours loursEW
NEW EW HAVEK HAvl Jan 24 24Anorder 24An An order was w8111ed w8111edycteray taeucd taeucdyesterday iuedyesterday
yesterday to the 3000 300 employees in the th rail railroad rl rlroarl railroad ¬
road ycteray shops of tho New York ork and Now ew Haven Havensystem Hawneystem Havensystem
system cutting down the working hours hoursfrom hour hoursfrom
from ten cuttng to nine a day beginning oglnnln to tomorrow tomorow tomorrow ¬
morrow morow tn The employees employes will wi this thi week weekstart wek wekItm weekSLUt
start a movement for the ten tn hours houl pay payfor payfor
for the nine hours hour work This reduction rducton py of ofono ofone ofone
one th hour nn will wi cut down the daily daly espouse cSl > n I
J6
IT Are AI8 your YOUI affairs afallsla la proper propershape prpel properabape
shape Have you made madeyour madeyour modeyoul
your your will wi 7 Is I It In a safe safeplace safeplace afe afeplace
place 7 Are you sure that IhatIts
Is Its provisions will wi be carried carriedout canledout carriedout
out outIT
out outIT outT
IT IT T is the province of ofa ofo ofa
a Trust Company
to attend atend to these thesematters thesematers thesematters
matters mattersTHE maters matersTE mattersTHE
THE TE EQUITABLE EOUTAsLE TRUST CO COOF coOF CoOF
OF NEW YOU YOKKFifteen YOUFifteen ORI ORIFiten
Fifteen Fiten Nai Na Naeaa a Strut StrutEint Stret StretEllltahle StrestEnntable
Eint Ellltahle Enntable hle llnlldlnff llnlldlnffCapital Inldlnl ItullilIngCgpUgl
Capital S3000000OO s3oo ooo00
Surplus 880000000 880000000MR 830000000MR 880000000MR
MR UNTERMYERS DEMANDS DEMANDSMORE
MORE CONCESSIONS COCESSIS SOUGhT SOUGlT IN IXSHIPYARDS INSllPr INSHIPYARDS
SHIPYARDS SllPr ARDS FIOHT FllT FIG lIT
Ills Client Clent I the Complaining Bondholder BondholderWant DODlholdrr DonfiholdereWant
Want a Neutral Hoard 10ard of Directorsand Directors Directorsand reetor reetorand
and to Dave 8SSOOOOO 1100 Bonds De Declared Dr Drdared ¬
dared cared Void VoldIlal oidVlaii Plan Public Pblo Tod fOa fOaTe roday rodayThe y yTho
The Te negotiat ntgolaton negotiations ions for a settlement settement of the lit litigation lt ltIgalon litigation ¬
igation Igalon and the reorganization reorganizaton of the United UnitedStates Unit UnitedStates
States Shipbuilding Company will be ¬
Stte Shipbuiding wi con continued conUnut continuod
tinued Unut today todaY and an announcement anouncement is islikely Islkely islikely
likely lkely to be made of the plan upon upn which whichtho whichthe whichthe
the most important Imprtant interests Intere3t are under understood underItoO understood ¬
stood ItoO to have agreed agree The Interest Interost now nowin nowi nowin
in i accord aor are the Sheldon reorganization reorganizationcommittee rerganizaton rerganizatoncommitt reorganizationcommittee
committee committ MrSchwab the old Trust Trst Com Company Compny Cornpony ¬
pony pny of tho Republic Republo and Receiver James JamesSmith Jame9Smllh JamesSmith
Smith Jr JrTo Jrro Jrro
ro what extent the bondholders bndholder repre represented repre reprosented ¬
sented sente by Mr Untermyer will wi oppose oppse the thereorganization therrgaizton thereorganization
reorganization rrgaizton and how effective efetve their teir dppo dpposltlon dppooltion
sltlon elton can lan bo b made mae are ar questions queton still 8tn to tobe t tobe
be decided deide It I was Wi asserted ere on their thtlr behalf behalfyesterday bhal behalfyesterday
yesterday yeteray that no reorganization reorganizaton can be beeffected beeffected
effected eletO without wihout their consent conent no matter matterwhether ma matterwhether ter terwhether
whether Receiver Reeiver Smith consents connt or not notTo notTo notTo
To support supprt this thi contention contenton it was wa ex explained explaine expialned ¬
plained plaine that when the foreclosure foreloure suits suitswere suil suitswere
were brought brough by the Mercantile Merantlo Trust Trst Com Company Compny Cornpany ¬
pany pny as n a trustee trutee against Receiver Reeiver Smith Smithas Smih SmihW
W as defendant Mr Untermyer had a consent consententered consententre consententered
entered entre in the suit brought in each eah State Stateproviding Stte Stteproidlng Stateproviding
providing that should Receiver Reeiver Smith ever everwithdraw everwithdraw everwithdraw
withdraw his hl answer anwtr Mr Ir Untermyors Untermyorsclients Untermyersclent Unternnyorsclients
clients clent should have the right to t take tko his hiaplace hisplneW hisplace
place plneW as defendant and contest contet the suits suitsMr suit suitsMr
Mr Untermyors bondholders bndholder it U I said saidhave sId sIdhave saidhave
have have made these demands That Tat the validity validityof vaidity vaidityof
of at least ICt Jo500000 50 bonds bnds at prdent present held heldby heldby heldby
by the Sheldon syndicate shall sha1 not be b rec recognized re recognized ¬
ognized ognize that a board ba of directors dlretol shall ahal be benamed benamed
named name consisting consitng of Impartial Impartal men who whoshall whoshaU whoshall
shall serve for three thre years and ad who shall shallnot shal shallnot
not be affiliated afUltc with or controlled controle by Mr MrSchwab MrShwab MrSchwab
Schwab Shwab that Instead Intead of Mr Schwabs Schwabstaking Shwabs Shwabstaking Schwabstaking
taking 100 3000000 bonds bnd or receivers reeiver cer certificates certlcatc certlflcates ¬
tificates tlcatc at 80 8 to furnish furish the woiklng WOI king capi capital capital capttal ¬
tal he shall shal tako tlko them at par and put up
3000000 and not 3400000
rite ho bonds bnds which Mr Untermyer Unteryr demands demandstho demandsthe
tho right to attack are ar those tho8 purchased purchasedfrom purchosedfrm purchasedfrom
from frm the Trust Company of the Republic Republicby Rpublc Rpublcby
by the Sheldon syndicate in return rtun for formore formor formore
more mor than 1000000 400 cash cIlh They represent representalmost rpllnt rpllntalmost representalmost
almost onethird of tho Sheldon syndicates syndicatesholdings eyndlctee eyndlcteehol eyndtcatoaholdings
holdings hol ings It Is contended by Mr Unter Untermyers Untermyers tintermyers
myers client clent that some sme of these bonds bondswero bond bondswere
were wer given to venders who had over overvalued overvalued overvalued ¬
valued their plants while 11500 1500000 1500000of
of them went to John AV V Young tho pro promotor promoter promotor
motor to distribute dllrbuto as he saw sw fit fitThe ft ftThe fitThe
The demand that Mr fr Schwab Shwab take the thoreceivers thereceivers i ir
receivers r ivers certificates crtfcta at paris I based bs on onthe onthe I Ithe
the facts fats that they are ar to pr bear bar f > par pr cent centinterest cnt cntInterest centinterest
interest and lien the
arc ar a alrorlen prior on company ompanv ompanvTo companyTo
To buy them at 80 8 would it is I contended contendedraise lntndo contendedraise
raise rais a question as to the Lhovalueof value of the th stock stockof 8lockof stockof
of tho now company companyAnother companyAnother
Another objection ob ompny ompnyAnother ton that has hal been bn raised raisedla rls
la I that if Mr Schwab Shwab should get gt 10O0f 0000000 0000000R O00o000preferred
preferrd preferred referred and 1600 6000000 common cmmon stock stockwould stoe stockit
R It would be b easy for him to t get gt tho little littlestock lte lteftoclt littlestock
stock ftoclt required requird to give him control ntrl For Forthat Forthat Forthat
that reason r fn they insist upon upn an impartial impartialboard Imparil Imparilbr impartialboard
board br of directors dlrecl r to serve srve at least three threeyears thr threeyears
years yearsTho
yar Tho bondholders bondolders who originally orlginl1y brought broughttho broughtthe
tho action acton and an formed the protective protectivejectors protete protetecommittee protectivecommittee
committee do not rprlnt represent aU the ob objectos ohjectols
jectors jectos it was said yesterday yesteray Holders Holdersof Holder
of 2000000 200 first frt mortgage bonds fnds have havejoined havejoined havejoined
joined with wth them morgag it was said aid yesterday yesterdayand yeterday yeterdayan
and an in addition additon several Reverl directors diretor of the themds theCmmonwealth theCommonwealth
Cmmonwealth Commonwealth Trst Trust Company are op opposed
pd posed to giving any recgniton recognition to op the thebnd thebonds
bnd bonds mds distributed ditrbutd by John W Young
William Wllam Nelson Cromwell Crmwe1 who as ascounsel 8Scunsl ascounsel
counsel cunsl for the Sheldon committee cmitte has hastaken hastkcn hastaken
taken tkcn charge chag of the negotiations negotatonl for a asettlement asttement asettlement
settlement sttement had nothing to say yesterday yesterdayconcerning yelterdaycncring yesterdayconcerning
concerning cncring the Shipbuilding Shlp ulding matter matterMr mtter mtterMr matterMr
Mr Untermyer said that no plan pln had hadbeen hadben hadboon
been ben formally formaly presented to him himI
I am inclined to believe beleve there thr will wi be beno b beno
no settlement Itttment Mr tr Untermyer said saidalthough saidni saidalthough
although ni hough not having any plan formally formallyoffered formly formlyofered formallyoffered
offered ofered to us UI for our approval that can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not bo b stated definitely definitelyVILALOX defnitely defnitelyJION definitelyVILILON
VILALOX JION WANTS ins IlS jon on SOIlMorales SOIl voirMorales OU OUIorale
Morales Iorale Faction Faelon of Nnnnnlrtent Xrmnrllltnt Domini Dominicans Dominitan Dominicans ¬
cans In II High Igh Spirits SpiritsThe Splrl SpiritsThe
The Te Morales MoraleRand and Vilalon Vialon stocks stoks advanced advancedseveral advancedseveral advancedseveral
several points plntR yesterday estercay at the Hotel Muro Murowhile Murowhie Murowhile
while whie the Jimenez Jimelez and Galvan Galvn group de depreciated deprecate dopredated ¬
predated precate Tho change ellUjo was decided decded and andwholly ad adwhoiy aridwholly
wholly whoiy unexpected It I was the result of oftho ofthe ofthe
the receipt of news at the revolutionary revolutionaryexchange revolutonary revolutonaryexchage revolutionaryexchange
exchange exchage from Santo Domingo Domngo that Mo Moraless Moraless Moratess
raless army had recaptured reaptured tho port of ofSan ofSan ofSan
San Pedro do Macoris from tho Jimenez JimenezrebelH Jimenezrebel Jimenezrebels
Per
rebel and that United States Stte Minister MinisterPowell MinisterPowel MinisterPowell
Powell Powel had asked aRI < ed permission to recognize recognizetho roognize roognizethe
the do facto fato Morales Government GovernmentTho Goverment GovernmentThe
Tho Hotel Hotl Muro Mur which is the head headquarters hod hodquarters headquarters ¬
quarters for both contending factions fatons and andfor andfor andfor
for a third which does coes not figure IKure at present presentwas preent preentWI presentwas
was WI lively lvely all al day dy with political pltcal discussion discussionSeilor disussion disussionSel10r discussionSoilor
Seilor Erallio Emio Vilalon Via Ion a brotherinlaw brotherinlawof
of Provisional President Irlldent Morale lorlc appeared appearedto appeaed appeaedt
to t bo the happiest happlt3t of oj the Dominicans Dominicansi Domlnians DomlniansI
i I know it would come he declared d declaredSefior < llred llredSmior
1 Sefior Vilalon Vlalon came lamo here hlre about Ibout nix Ilx weeks weeksago weekRa weeksago
ago a o with credentials credcntals which whih appointed appinted him himsecretary himIretarj himsecretor
secretary Iretarj secretor of tho Dominican consulate in inthis II inthis
this city But Uul3 as tint 11 Morales tors Government Governmenthad Govtrnnent
had not been bell recognized le > e was WIS turned turneddown turneddOln turneddown
down dOln by ConsulGeneral otulGcneral Gnlvnn a hold holdover holdover holdover ¬
over from the previous prtious regime fKlm Now No how however however however ¬
ever he will wiluslt insist upon Uln having halnj his hl Job JobThe jobThe joltTue
The JimeneK JhntrJAi contingent cont nent assert that the therevolution therevolutol therevolution
revolution revolutol will wi go right on onRIVER onlnW onItIIElf
RIVER lnW STEAMERS TEUlRS JIlRXED JIlRXEDPacket lRED lREDlaclrt IWI1XEDPacket
Packet laclrt and ali Toboat Destroyed Dellroy at Pitts Pittsboric Pta PtahorlDlvr PitIsburrRiver
boric horlDlvr burrRiver Hlvcr Bridie Irldll Set let on Fire FirePITTSBUBO Fre FrePITTBJUJO lirePXTTSBSIEO
PITTSBUBO PITTBJUJO Jan 24 24The The passenger paiwengerpacket pnge pngepacket passengerpacket
packet steamer tller Elizabeth EIZ heth and ali towboat towboatOlivette towboatOhivette
Olivette 01 vetl with two houseboats burned bured to totho totho tothe
tho waters edge and sank fank this afternoon afternoonin aCtroon aCtroonIn
in tho Allegheny AItghcny River Rver The lhe loss will willaggregate wi willaggregate
aggregate J2SOOO S250 Tho fire 11 storied Rta rld from froman rroman froman
an overheated ovrheated stovo sto pipe on board bOfrd tho thoOlivette
Olivette ° The he Elizabeth EI7bth was wal cut loose 10010 mal anilfloated malIloatld at atllOatCl
Olvetl floated under the thO Union CTlon Bridge Drdgt which it itnet Itlt Itet
net lt et on lire lre Tlio rJO Allegheny AIghcny fire tre depart department dlrt dlrtment departinent ¬
ment had to t wade through five fve fe ret t of water waterin waterIn waterin
in tho streets Itretta to get et to tho bridge hrcg which is isan II IIan isan
an old wooden structure It was WIA caved cavedTho pavedrho avedTho
Tho Olivrtto Olvpto wrlten flank in twcnlyflve vfve feet flet of ofwater ofwaler ofwater
water and th tht Elizabeth J 17beth sank further down downthe downthe downthis
the river the houseboalH houslboaw going ollg with wih them themlloiurti thel thelIOUII themliouseli
lloiurti IOUII Toppled Topplld her From rom a I lllnr lnl ilneCavrEn ilneCavrEnScBANT0N CavrIn CavrInSCBANTOK CarIn CarInSCRANTON
SCRANTON Pa Jan Jon 24 21A A cavein that thatoccurred thatoccurred thatoccurred
occurred on Oak street over abandoned abandonedmine ubadoned ubadonedmine abandonedmine
mine workings and which at first tlt was Wi only onlyBlight onlyIlght onlyslight
Blight Ilght has ha become serious 8eriol Nearly Ntrly two twoblocks twobods twoblocks
blocks bods in a I thickly settled ftto section Icton are ar now nowaffected nowatected nowaffected
affected Several SeverlhoU houses have fallen f411m over overon Olr Olron overon
atected
on their sides lide and a number numbr of oframlN oframlNhav families familieshave familleehave
have been compelled to move mov Tho set settling settlnl settling ¬
tling tlnl continues ontnu bncomplf and it is I thought that the theworst
worst WOlt ifl to ooro qrl thOWO j i
STE STEAMER R ON OffFIRE 0 1IIth IR IRti ti 1T V iiOD iiODOlver FlbOD FlbODRiver ib D DRiver
River Veticl Velel Carried rl d InFlamM InII hsFiame Downthe DowntheOhio Dwthe DwtheOhio Dowii the theOhio
Ohio From Fom Wheeling WhedlnW HVW HVWWHEKLINO WfirWuEawNa V VWUE
WHEKLINO WUE lNO W V Va Jan lirMho 241Th 24he river riversteamer rJyer nIersteamer
steamer stemer Lizzie Lzie Townsend Tow VI nd bumei burned jaii I a t even evening evnIng evenlag ¬
ing in full fU view of r thousandsof th sndE fto8U floodsuf floodsufferers floc4sufferers ¬
ferrThe ferers The steamer stamer floated 11ooted down wr8tit stream streamIn steaffiin
In a m mass of iw ie Two T men l lote h Erilr E Engineer1 giiiet t Joseph JosephCutler Joph JophCuter JosephCutler
Cutler Cuter and Charles Charle Reynolds Ryoldl roustabout roustaboutwere ou ottaboutwere but butw
were w r on the steamer stemer which toy ly very ver close closeto coe coeto closeto
to the bank bnk tied ted to trees tr aThe They feared fearedthat searedthat eard eardthat
that the flames fale would wo ld setflro it Ret fr tire to some s someof me of tho thobarges thobuge thebarges
barges buge against agtlnst which the graft cft almost almostswung ilmostswung lm0t lm0tswung
swung so they cut the ropes ropesThe rp ropesThe
The steamer drifted drfte down stream a abeautiful abautul abeautiful
beautiful bautul sight sigh Cutler Cuter and ar etrm Reynolds Reynoldsrushed RYolds RYoldsrshe Reynoldsrushed
rushed rshe to the barges and succeeded Iuc In Inleaping Inleping inleaping
leaping into Int ono of them I The Te barge bargoswung barg bargeswung
swung Iwug out and and an passed pe the burning buring steamer steamerbut stamer stamerbut steamerbut
but they were wer unable unble to gain galntheiJor theshore the hore and andwere andwer andwere
were wer swept sept away in the he darkness d rkne The TheBaltimore Te TeBltmor TheBaltimore
Baltimore Bltmor and Ohio Railroad Riroa officials ofolals made madeevery mdo mdoover madeevery
every over effort etort to rescue Icue them but b t all u failed failedIt faied faiedI
It I was then attempted attmptd tq send sondotit out ut a steamer steamerat st mer merat
at Moundsville Moundsvle twelve miles mUe below b1o But tho thoIce thoIc thoice
Ice Ic and debris d l brs bnis swept by at a 10 twelve mile milerate mle mlerato milerate
rate and tho rescuers rcuer did not n9tentu n venture out outTho outThe
i The men have not been heard from from
WET DOWX nWN WITH IITl A 4 BRIDGE BRIDGEThree BRDE BRDETree IIRIDGEThree
Three Tree Men Ien Carried Carrlld Away In In aFo aFloo4 Flood TYrf Wrlk Wrlkand Wrek Wrekand ck ckand
and One of Them Trm D01l Drown Drowned DrownedLOCK d dLOCE
LOCK LCI HAVEN Pa Jan 24 24Trying Trying fng to tosave t tosave
save sve a New York Central Centrl bridge brdp frm from a atorrent atrrent atorrent
torrent trrent of water wter and ice Ic in Beech Bh Creek Creekthreo Crek Crekth Creekthree
three th men were on the structurewhen strctu1 structure when It Itcrashed Itclhe Itcrashed
crashed clhe into the stream Itrm early yesterday yesterdaymorning Yetera YeteraInmln yroterdayinurning
morning Inmln One On lost his life lfe and the other othertwo otherwo othertwo
two wo injured Injure by cakes cke of ice ic were wer carried carrieddown crie carrieddown
down the turbulent stream strm a mile mie before beforethey bfor beforethey
they wore wer thrown thrwn ashoro ashrr nearly nerly dead deadWhen deadWh deadw
Wh w When hen n tho bridge collapsed olapsoEwarOehret Ed EdwardGehret EdwardGehretwas ward Gehret Gehretwas 1 1waR
was caught cu caui h ht by tho lee 10 and andlmrltely andlmrltely6nk immediately immediatelysank immediatelysank
sank 6nk Bridge Bndg Foreman Forman C W Hunter Hunt r and andon andCarpntr andCarpenter
Carpntr Carpenter Chrle Charles Petr Peters alighted on a acake acke acake
cake cke of ice le Bruised Br and battered btt aight and cut cutthey ct cttey cutthey
they tey were wer hurled hurle down dow the stream Itrm Peters Petersbecame PoUr Petersbecame
became be exhausted exbaU and would woud have hve eunk eunkhod Buk Bukhd eunkhad
had hd not his hi companion cmpion holding him out outof outof outof
of tho water watr got astride Mt astrI i of a log In Intho Inthe Intho
tho darkness darkn they were wer carried against I the thebank thebnk thebank
bank bnk and ad succeeded In cre getting gttng agint outof out of the thestream theItrr thestream
stream Itrr Both suc th are ar In a critical crtcl condition ondlton
from frm exposure Gehrots Gehes body by has ha not notyetbeen nt ntyet notyetbeen
eXPlur
yetbeen yet bn found foundFlood foud foudFood foundFlood
Flood Food Damage Dmace In Snrnanco Shrnanlo Itlver nr Valley Valleyla Valey ValeyI
la I SIOOOOOO SIOOOOOOSIUBON IIO 51000000SUAmmoN OO
SIUBON SU JON Pa Jan 24 24Aftcr After doing dam damago da damago
ago no in this valley vaiI estimated Ctmatr1 at 00000 00000tho OO 00000the
I ITho
the Shenango River is falling falng rapidly
Tho greatest damage damap1 wrought wrught was wa to tbe tbeplants tbeJlats tbeplants
plants Jlats of the American Aerican Gas Ga and ad Coke Oke Com Company Cm Cmpany Cornpany ¬
pany and ad tho Carnegie Caregie Steel Strel Ccmpany the the10SI theloss
loss 10SI being estimated at at 1000000 100
950000 0000 SUIT FOR ASSAULT ASSAULTWoman ASSAULTWoman
Woman Induced to Seek Sftk a Divorce Asks AakiDamage Ak AsksDamagesNow
Damage DamagesNow Now Cut Aeldc lde
CHICAGO Jan 24 4Sult Suit was va filed fied in I tho thoCircuit theCircuit thoCircuit
Circuit Court yesterday yesterdy by Attorney Atorey Wil Willliam Wl Wil111am
lliam Iim Brown noting for f r Mrs Mr Emma Emm Belle BelleArmstrong Ble BleArmslrong BelieArmstrong
Armstrong against Otto Gto Weber Wbr a real realestate ral ralestnte realestate
estate dealer claiming clalmln JOOCO SO for asiviult asiviultas afult afultaR asaultas
as the result rsult of which according torlng to Attorney AttorneyLouis Attorey AttoreyLui AttorneyLouit
Louis Lui T Orr ivpreFenting n prfntlng Mr Weber Weberthe Webr Webrthe WettertheGrandJurv
the theGrandJurv Grand Jury will I be bl asked IskI1 to toindict indict Indic both bothBrown bothBrown bothBrown
Brown and Mrs 11 Armstrong Armstrup for blackmail blackmailWeber blackmai blackmailSebcr
Weber who Mrs Mr Armstrong says fYS promised promisedto promisdto
to marry her as soon ooon as she Rhl one could culd obtain obtaina
a divcrco dlvcrc from hr Minneapolis Minncapols husband husbandis hUiband hUibandIs
is to wed wld Mi Miss IA Susan Mclain a prominent prominentSouth prominentSouth prominentSouth
South Side Sldl society girl on Tuesday 1Usdj TuesdayAttorney
Attorney Atornev Brown charges on hrlialf hrhaJ of ofMrs oflr ofMrs
Mrs lr Armstrong that Otto Oto Weber Wlbr became becameacquainted becameacquainted lamo lamoneqaintld
acquainted with her when wh she first
neqaintld n ahr fll came cm to toChicago toChiea toChicago
Chicago Chiea o nearly ntarly three thre years ago and has hassince hIs hIsflnc hassince
since flnc paid naid her many attentions atOnl att ntions lonl Ho le Ito alleges alkgenthat alIe alIethat allegesthat
that Weber Wlbr eber went Ent so far faraR as to t persuade her herto herto
to allow a 10 him to institute Insttute divorceproomiings divorceproomiingsagainst dhorproOdlngs dhorproOdlngsagainst divorce JIale prOceedings prOceedingsapiast I
against apiast her hlr himlaml hlshnml B Armstrong CArmRlrl C a aIinneapolis ainneapolis
MinnlapolA Iinneapolis railroad riroud man in h her name nameand nameand nameand I
and actually Ictaly told tole her hlr tho suit was under underway underwny underway
way On the strength strngth of this and his illsnromlse hispromise hispromise
promise of marriage mariage aasponasetuiwyftfrae aasponasetuiwyftfraeilrs a soonafhwYI fre freMr
Mr Mrs ilrs Armstrong rliRtIOn says Weber1 W borrowed borrowedvarious Irroncd Irroncdvarious torrow d dvarious
various sums aggregating aggrpatng s S000 S000oniTUARr S00OOIIITUARI oI 0 0O
oniTUARr oniTUARrCol O TUMll
Col Co Lloyd Lloy D Waddcll Waddel Waddelidlod died suddenly ucdnlr yes yesterdny yesterday es I
terdny tlrrl at t his home ISO West Eightythird EIghtlhlrdsl Eightythirdstreet I Istreet
street sl reet of heart disease dlselse Ho was a Bon Ion of ofCoventry 01Coventry f
Coventry Wuddell Waddel and nd was a8 born bor in Parslp Parslppnny larsippan arlip
pnny pan S 4 J J on May 13 is 1838 When he was
10 ho and a companion eompllion went wtnt Vet > st to engage enirifroin Iugage IugageIn
in mercantile mercanile business and when whfn the civil civilwar cvl civilwar
war begun bCltl Mr r Wnddcll Wuddll orcanlzecLu orgunlzedu regiment reclmentIn
In Illinois ilnois H Ht He served through tho wur Wlr nnd nndwas nndwas andwas
was with On en Sherman Shermnl nt lt Vickaburc Vlekslmrl After Afterthe Atltr Atltrthe tter tterthe
the war wlr President IrPHldcnt Oriint Ornltmnde made him hll Internal Internalrevenue Interlnl Internalrevenue
collector at Savannah and he
revenue fvenue oleclor Savlmilhllll re remnlned rcmalned rerosined
rosined there until untI18 188S when hotama he hoeamoto nmeto to this thiscity thll thiscity
city elt He owned a couple of fold 10ld mines in inMexico 10 imiMexico I
Mexico and Ind several f1vfral years curs ago be 1t went to toHaytl t tHayti I
Haytl HIt for the purpose pur ose of superintending superintendingJlthe 8uperiltenlng 8uperiltenlngIhe
the buildIng huldln of a 1 railroad rlGold there thlrc lie I iniirrUit iniirrUitMissJulia Ilrf1 Ilrf1MIls inmtrrlitMiss
MissJulia MIls Miss Jula Julia StPbblns 81pbl11H whose mothor was WIS Julia JuliaMorris Jula JulaIorrls JuiiaMorris
Morris nnd whoso whos family rlly owned Jarlo Inrffe propT propTiles plopr ploprtclin proprties ¬
ties tclin In Murrlxania lorrlIIII He le leaves 101 H two Mms 08 ome and a udaughter adalhtcr adaughter
dalhtcr daughter Mrs Irs trbnti trhnn Lqvejor LqvejorJ IonjoJ
J J Frank Frai Quinlan who during durin I his hl college collegedays colege colegedaOI collegedays
days daOI won an In Interniitionnl Inlrnhtolal reputation rertutol as al a n100ynril alOyard atO0ynrd
100ynril lOyard runner runfr died Hiiilrlonly HulrClly on Oi fiatur fiaturMima Sltur Slturday Saturday
day evenlo evening I nit hl his > hOo II In JamnlL Jamnlco Falnll Plains I I IMilsi
Mima lllt Ha II had be hp been n suffering lunOcrlos for several severaldays SClrl several severaldays
days 1R with Ith a I throat trouble troub uml Ind an al otter operation 0Jleralon otteratlon ¬ I
ation < was wa performed performpl He dloil 11d almost ollolt Im Immediately 1mmtHnlly unmediately ¬
alon mediately after afer It Hn le was Wil born In II Bronk Bronklln RrookIIn
lln twentyeight twenhollht years nIS ago g and entered enteredForclham entrec enteredFordham
In FordhAm diego oUIfl where he first frAt came cipe Into Intoprominence IntopronlInonne
prominence and Il won th the > titli of the thl Pfl Fordhnm Fordhnmflyer F ordhomfer ordltnrnflyer
flyer ftor tlr graduating Irodul1o from yordIJl1 Kordhain ho hotook hoIrmll hotook
took fer a 1 poutgradual P061ldualJ course curll at the Harvard Harvardl HIIvanl liarvarillew
l lew w school s iool and represented reprr It that college colel in intrack IntrAck Intrack
track < ithlftic8 IthllI08 He went ent to England EI lnnd an 11 a amember 1 aninmnber
member Imur of the famous At Athens hem hel tram tcar and andwon andwon andwon
won fvcry event In which h 1w entered enteredWilliam enteredWilAm enteredSililnrn
William WilAm Tooth 1oothe for ninny IIIY yours CfS vicepresi vicepresident vlcpresi vlcpresiep vicopresident ¬
of the Nathan Manufacturing Com
dent ep Nlthan llnuflLetlrlnl Company Companyof 1m 0 0of
of 82 Liberty 1l prt street Rlrplt dealers dpnler in railroad rlrlc sup MUPJIP supdle up upplliM
plliM dle died dl yesterday Ocstprda at the Fifth tlh Avenue AvenueHotel AVPlle AVPllelot1 Avelilietold
JIP Hotel told from henrt hlnrt disease 1Sa8e He le WHS wa tS In II his hisBe hlARcntthlr hisseventythlrd
Be Rcntthlr seventythlrd lot1 vent ythird year ear and nd had hld been b cn III II at the hotel hotelfor holtl holtlr lintelfor
for r r five weeks His Hs home was WAi In Madison MadisonN lndllon lndllonN
N J fvo but he has hnl lived Ivpd nt I the hotel hol111 In th tho winter winterfor wlnl wIntefor r rfor
for several slverul years yelrs He came clme to this tIIR ccuntry ccuntryfrom CClnll eclmntryfront
from Birmingham Urrlnoham England Enllnnd as 18 r young OUII runt runtnnd mnnnnd rearand
nnd bogart at It newspaper lensImper work In Chicago ChicagoHe Chlcllo ChlclloHI hicagolie
He HI dropped that noon for the railroad rliroad supply supplybusiness
sIPPI
I business bUAlof He le leaven 1 avcM I it widow one onl son sonKdward sonEdward
Edward F F who IB Western Wrstpr general lenlrll manager managerof manIr manIror 101
of the Nathan company cOloplny and lod three threldnllihrl > daughters daughtersMr
Mr Mrs Ir Jennl Jet1 W Hujrhea luIs hlugh4i Mrs frs J D no McGulru McGulruand McGulrttand leGuiwld
and ld Mr Mrs lM Walter nllr thter E CUV CUVFrederick Itt oc ocFrederick
Frederick Llndsey 1nd r nrummonrl Trumloni lied dlld on onSaturday onBnlurday onSaturdoy
Saturday at the home 10ruI of hl hil his fatherinlaw fatherinlawJl rltherInIaw rltherInIaw1llreQentLtvl fathertnlawltenreeoflbktlvs
Jl 1llreQentLtvl ltenreeoflbktlvs nre ontjitive William Wilnl II I Wiley Wle at lt 73 3 hal HnlHted lal laltli halsted
Hted tli street strlet East Elst Ornnnn Oranle He Il wits WII 3D 31 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old and is survived only by his wife to I whom whomho whomhe who whohe
he was WIS ni married threo years vars llrR ago IIO HP 10 wan wanpresident WIS WISprt8Jdrnt waspresident
president prt8Jdrnt of the W V V II Htrummond iJrummpnd frumnond Company Companyof mpa mpanr
of Newark elrk nnd was WIS horn hor In that thlt city ely IrE lie lieintencJ o oIntended
Intended intencJ to pursue UI n 1 literary career caeo but bltl hi hifathers hiIltlfr8 hs hsfatherS
fathers health ha lJ Ih dwllnlng dl1 n 11 ho h wax I 5s forced rOrl to toabandon 10Ibnndna tottnntlnn
abandon Ibnndna Iltlfr8 that Idea Idla and take Itke up 1J hi hil his father fatherduties fltll fnthreduties
duties H lt w a I member m mbr of f tho Princeton Princetonrnd irinctonanti
anti dUtlH 111 rnlverslty clubs of Newark Ilrk Shortly Shortlyafter RhoTly RhoTlynflr Shortlyafter
after hl hii bite marrimrw marlnll marring hn hi lived 1ved nt 4R Pnrk Inrk nIne plnorVewark plnceel nIneevsrk >
Vewark nflr el rk but when Ms 118 hiI health Illth failed faie he tried triedto Irll trio111l
to recoup at lt Liberty Lllerl N V HU 1 wife wrote wroteover wrotl wroteover
over II the th pen naitu1 mints nm of Kara Hlr Mum Wiley WileyCapt WIIY WIIYCIt WileyCapt
Capt CIt Sninuel lmlul Mclndoe lcHloel well lllmon known In ship Rhlpuintf shipI hlp hlppi
uintf pi rIg ilruUs rk vho hn lived Ivir II vtcI with hh tiI tonin toninlaw fonlnlaw cnnittSW
I law SW Oeoree 1 porg Wrn at II 611 itO leffrruon < lrAon avenue nvcntieBrooklyn lcnuI avenueItroohbn
Brooklyn dii rld dud d In II the Lone onl Island 111lnd College CollegeHofpltnl Cnltlc CnltlcJol Collegehfopltnl
Hofpltnl 1 rm in SHturdny tny following folowlnl an fwrstlon fwrstlonHe neorstinulie perltlon perltlonle
Jol i
He WHS Wil 75 7 years llrr old and for over cr fifty tf years ytnrshud Ylarhlll yearshmul
hud hlll le been engaged nllled nig cl In shippIng business businessFor bUHhfI businessFor
For many mnn years yenl he was as with the TJnlted TJnltedFruit linltedFruit
Fruit Frit Company en1lny and in II his hI yoimtrcr YOlnllr tnltr days dnysserved dayssorvoti 11
served Irvd In both the English Engl8h antI American Americannavies Amlrllu Amlrlluavle JinnicartrnvIeS
navies War WarSamuel WarRamulI WarSamuel avle He wns W uss S a veteran vewrll of the tlo Mexican MexicanWar 1 MexicatuWar lcln lclnWar
Samuel RamulI A H Mark Maks I a veteran cf cf the civil civilwur civi civilvar
wur and for many man years eaT connected connlctcd with ith tho thoDistrict thoDtrlct theDistrict
District Kovermn IOVernDfnt govcrntaent nt died at his hil homo In InWashington InaHhlnltol InVtuhIngtor
Dtrlct Washington aHhlnltol on Saturday HnturdlY Hn Jl H was com commli com1lonll cornritissloned
mli ritissloned 1lonll lonp < l Captain Cnptlin of the Washington WUAhlnltun Light Lightiiinrds LIghttirtrds llht llhthHrdM
iiinrds hHrdM by Prifldont Pnlllnt Buchanan nnd served servedthroughout servenitiromeh0uIt Irvld IrvldIhrllhout
throughout Ihrllhout Mm llt civil livl wnr He was Provost ProvostMarshal Prnvoetr Provostarhaiofteorgeton
Marshal arhaiofteorgeton r hll of Georpetown Oloretown now n nnwWest Went Washington Washingtonwhen WaahultonIwn VashLngtona
when a lieu tho olty It was under 1ldr martini mnrtlil law Ilw In InIRSH InIIAi Iniscs
IRSH ho hI was I appointed IPtlntet general lellrll inspector of ofsewcrn ofsewers ofsewers
IIAi sewers and held that tblt oiTlee OIT l until unti his hl death deathItobert deuthl deathhehert
Itobert brt F Berner Berr died at his h home 14 1 East East120th tst12It East120th
120th 12It l I street at rlet autiirdny 81tlrray nlgtit Ilrhl after Ittr an Illness Illnessof ne
of tin 1 day dI Hn HlwaM 1 1 was InhiBevenlythlrdycar InhiBevenlythlrdycarand In hi his seventythird poPILYlhlrd ytlr ytlra011 year yearanti
and wi WW4n Wc4 a nallxe nnU flat lye of n Icrrnany trnlny He camo Cmn to tothin 10thl tothIs
thin thl country tlltythree tlotbrel years Ylarl ago a living Ivll for fortwenty forIwenty fortwenty
twenty years eOrH in Texas Tpxl In the thl civil cvl war ho hofought hofOllht hofought
fought fOllht In In tli tls I Twentysecond Twenl ccond Tea e1e Kogi Kogimerit Hell HellIlut Itogititrit
merit For twentyReven years lr h hl hu had hur hoen boenIn itoetiIn
in Ilut charge char of the advertIsing Idvlrt ll of r luck In II this thbcity thl thlciy thiscIty
city ciy
ciytldlr Iiirdiir tldlr ITmlerhill Uuderbi who wag head of the thehurlwlrt thebanilalire
hurlwlrt banilalire trD firm or Undorhill ndlrhl Clnch Clinch k Co 0 lt at
04 Chambers 1llllb < rs street Irlet died tlrl yesterday Ht lt his hishome hlahoni hisitont
home 170 West Scivenlysfxtli HnVIltHlxth street trlet of n nomp acomplication i iIomplloatlon
complication omp icaton of diseases dlselee Ho 10 wan 11 born in InYonker inYonkers I IYontcru
Yonkers Yonker OS 61 yearn ago IIO Ills I father was 18 David DavidHunt TIvld TIvldJunt Davidlitton
Hunt Junt Inderhlll nrlrhl lie le lenves a I widow u iniow a adniighter adnlhter adaughter
daughter dnlhter and In u I son sontho lon lonPr sortDr
Pr Oalls Galits A Na Nash h for many year years onl one of ofthe ofthe
the bent bPt known physicians phy clnnl on the tle Knit It Side Sideavenue Sldld I Idied
died on Saturday at htl his homl home A3 A3theond Rcon Rconavenue i iaventie
avenue He le was 78 years Ylrs old and hud been beenpractising bln blnprarIAl11 I IpracticIng
practicIng prarIAl11 wlfq IQ survives lurtVe In bl the city cty fifty Ityeara years ears IIU IIUwlfq 18 18wlCQ 1115IQ
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XtAftLY N 1JllYBROKEDINNS BROKE DIXXYSItEAOiTi DIXXYSItEAOiTiTO n E T TTO
TO GIVE VEI > UP HIS IlS SALOOX SALOOXAnd SALOON SILOONAnd 1
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And 1 TkeaIao Take > ko a aI5OO 815OO Omee but the theFaDly theFaDlyInde theFamiy theFamiyMade Family FamilySlide
Slide him 11mIl filmlila Ills Motto 1loto la Now Ewl Ewlrtor Eoeisloe el elsla
sloe sla Same al a the State of New Vorkfi VorkfiIlls YOr1 YOr1II kol kolII
Ills II II Sign Split Splt Up Into Mementoei MementoeiWhen Memtntof MemtntofWhen Meni ntoe ntoeWhen
When the name nme of the Hon Dinny Day Sulli Sullivan Sul Sulhivan ¬
van came e down at 241 Bowery Bwer last ls night nightand nght nghtand nightand
and the name of J J McDermottwentup McDermottwentupthe McDermott went up upthe upthe
the last lt of the Sulllvnna Sulvan had taken down his hissign hissln hissign
sign OB I a liquor lquor dealerSie dealer dealerSome dealerSmite
Some Sie years yer ago the Hon Florrle Florie Built Sullivan S Builtvan I ¬
van an held forth forh at 57 Bowery Bowor Little Llto Tim TimSullivan Tm TimSullivan I
Sullivan Sulvan was WW known as the owner of 211 211Bowery 21 211Bowory
Bowery and Dinny and his brother brther Chrystle Chrystlewere Crste CrsteWEr Chrittewere
were WEr at 241 24 When the Hon Florrle Florre was W ap appointed appointed ¬ i
pointed pinte superintendent suprintendent of the bureau buru of ofInoumbranceft ofInoumbrnc ofInoumbrances
Inoumbranceft Inoumbrnc he turned his place plo over overto ovorto overto
to Biggy Bljgy Donovan turne Little Ltte Tim with wlh his hisfoot hi hisfoot
foot on onthe the political ladder ldder took the name nameof nme nmeof nameof
pltlll
of Sullivan Sulvan from frm his door and Harry Hr Oxford Oxfordsucceeded Oxor Oxfordgucceeded
succeeded succed him After Afer the last lat election electionword elecion electionword i iwor
word was passed PM passe oil around the Bowery Bowerythat Bower Bowerythat
Wi al
that wor Dinny Sullivan Sulvan would have hvoc to follow followthe folow folowthe followthe
the family famI example exampleI eJmple eJmpleI
I guess not said Dinny I will wi hold holdon holdon hoWon
on to gUe me old place plnc Its WI good 100 enough for forme forme forme
me I never was Wi cut out for a 1 dude and it Its Itstoo a atoo I
too t late for Big or Little Litle Tim to try tr tr and andmake andmke andmake
make mke one out or me now Hully Hul gee j1 goal Think Thinkof Thinkofmegoing
of ofmegoing me going up uptotheWaldor to tho Waldorf Wadorf Not Notonyoutr Notonyoutrlire on your yourJlfo
lire JlfoTho le Tho Hon Florrio Forie had a heart hear to heart hear talk talkwith talkwth talkwith
with wth Dinny Dnny one dav last lt week wek at lt which whicht whoh whohothrr whichother
t n l i Al Alauthority
other Sulvanlte Sullivanites wer were prsnt present On thf thou thouauthority
authority autortyof of one of them the conversation conversationwas conversaton conversatonwas
was something like this thisNow thisNow thisNow
Now you know Dinny that we w cant cantlet Cnt Cntlot cantlet
let them get ahead ahod of us If the others other get getInto getinto et etInln
Into Fifth Firh avenue the Sulllvans Sulmn have got gotto gott
to t 14 get Iet there too to te You must quit the gin ginmill ginmill In Inmi
mill business businessTho bUsinessTho businessThe
mi Tho Bowery lJwer for mine mn Florrie Foml Its Itsgood Il Ilgod Itsgood
good enough enoughListen cnfughLstenDlny enoughLlstenDinny
god Listen LstenDlny LlstenDinny Dinny If I you dcnt dent want wat M Muplift t to touplift >
uplift uplt yourself ourself socially ac1ly w mebody metdy will 11 give giveyou giveynu
yurl gV gVyU
you another afther kind of < f a lift 1ft and ad you yu know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what that means m dcnt drnt you yo pinny pinnyWhat Dlny DlnyWhat DinnyvWhat
What have I got pot to t do Flnrrief FlnrriefI thcmrrietGet l m mNGet
I Get tint < ut i idress cfthe of the game Dinty Dmny De a arntlmnn agentleman
gentleman rntlmnn get Ih shaved vpr every day buy a adr adress
dress dr suit have your trousers lrouspr creased cr and andhavo ad adhle andhave
have hle cards rrM printed prntt reading rCdin Dennis Den s Sulli Sullivan Bul SullivanEsq ¬
F FDinny
van vanEsq Eqlw EqlwDinny
Dinny weakened wcaktned when tho Hon Flf Flrrle Flrrleprml1 Flcrnle Flcrnlepremlted rrie rriepremised
premised him a 100 11 jrb j b fr which wheh he has hasI hal halIln hassince
I since Iln boon b n appointed appdnte He asked aske as O a favor favorI raforI
I to I ti bo permitted permited to give a farewell fareol blow blowand hi blowand ow owand
and last night shortly fhory before 9 < elfck In Intho Inthe inthe
the back rrim Jlm of rf the salocntho IIQCI tho festivities festivitiesstarted flfUvltC festivitiesstarted
started In About two hundred hundre pests pestswere guests guestswere uct
were Ilarte present Its IA me farewell armvel said saidDlnnv MidDinm saidDinnv
VPr
Dlnnv and I have arranged nrrnged it Inmo In me own ownway ovmway ownway
way wayThere There Torl were wr present Irf < nt an Irish Irishplp piper Han Hannigan Hn Hnnlpal bannigan
nigan the fiddler fddler a blind blnd man with wth ap apaccordion topaccordion
accordion accordion nlpal and andsoveral seweral Iverl old time tmo clog dancers dancersMixed dancel dancersMixed 81
Mixed alo in pitchers pltchrf pitcheraand and clay pipes pipe and andtobacco andtohceo andtobacco
tobacco were erc paswnd around aroundJust arund arundJUAt aroundJust
tohceo Just before bfotO lOoclock 10 ped ocok the thesigu sign sig withDbinys withDbinysname wlh DlnYf
name nameits In gold leter letters VI was Jull pulled dow down from fromIts fromits
its fastenings fllllng The loiters lollr were wer broken up upfor uPfor upfor
for souvenirs souvtnlrs Among those who took part partin par partin
in tho ceremony lermon wore tho Hon HO Florrie Florre Soil Sullivan SuIIhan Soilhivan ¬
livan the Hon lon ChryNtio ChrYltlo Sullivan 81JI Senator SenatorJohn SenatorJohn SenatorJohn
John C Fitzgerald Fitzglrlr and the following folowing mem members memhm mernhers ¬
hers hm of the thl linny Dnn Sullivan Rulivan Veteran Vetern etornn Asso Association A8o A8oCaton Assodation ¬
ldock Mortie MortieLoyden MortleLoynien
ciation Tom Walsh Walh Prof BaUlock Tfril
Loyden Caton IAyren Jon > MeTarthy Abe Herman Henan Billy BillyGoodwin niy niyGoodwin lllllyGoodwin
Goodwin Billy Biy Band anlMichlcol Miehocl HInes Iit Re Republican H Republican ¬
publican lender IIclr of the Second Srond Assembly Assemblydistrict AMemblytrlt Assemblydistrict
district pullln trlt Charlie Charle Norman Aleck lrk Bellefelt BellefeltEllsworth BellefeltEllsworth elfelt elfeltEIRworth
Ellsworth Flinn Major Ia or Charlio Charlo Stewart StewartDan StowartDan StewartDan
EIRworth Flnn
Dan Flynn Tim Crowjey CrowtY Phil Phi Green GrenJohn GrenJohnDrlrcol John Johnrtm JohnDrircoll
rtm rtmJ Drlrcol Drircoll AldermR1 Alderman Talk Sentor Sciuttor Sauel Samuel Samuelj
J 1 Foley Big Bg Tom Foley Follr Lawyer Lwrer Tommy TommyDlnnran Tomy TomyDlnnCan TommyDinnean
Dlnnran DlnnCan and Al Bench BenchJim Henc BenchJim
Jim Curtin Curinonlo Curtlnonco onco a Sheriff in Texan got gotthe jot jottbp gotthe
the tbp letter Ifttlr D 1 from the sign II0n and suld he hewould hewould
would ould havo it framed frmto and put on onlxhlbllon onlxhlbllonTeam exhibition exhibitionTeam exhibitionTears
Team worn wrm streaming Ilamlnp down Dinnys face facewhen focewhen facewhen
when it it ii came lamf time for or him to turn tur over the thokeys thekeY thekeys
keys to McDermott McDermottMay McDermottMay McDermottMay
keY
May you be a credit credt to the Bowery BoweryhosaidtoMcPermott Bowervho Boweryho
hosaidtoMcPermott ho said to McDermott cfermott If I I moot mP anyofthe anyofthesnmo anyorihebOYI aayotthelrnys
bOYI lrnys in the Waldorr Il Ill trft trcat thlm them the thesaran
I
saran Inl as a I always al alwitysdid vays did on the Bowery BoweryrMirir Bwer BwerRlVtln BoweryRtVtStI
rMirir RlVtln FOUND OLV > i IN HALLWAY HALLWAYMncVearOlcl IAJfAr IAJfArXlnrearOI IIALLWtINineYearOld
MncVearOlcl XlnrearOI Takes Takt nrfujfe nrfllr In 11 Ills J Sqnlay SqnlaySchool SundaySchool Sunday SundaySchool
School Teachers Home HomeMiss 1011 10111B lloiiwMss
Miss 1B Annio Leonard Leonrd u I Sunday school schoolteacher shool shoolterclwl schoolteacluor
teacher terclwl in the tht Carmelites Carmelea Koraan Catholic CatholicChurch Catholc CatholcChurch CatholicChurch
Church in East Est Twentyeighth Twenty ghth street was wasentering wasenterln wasentering
entering enterln the hallway holwa of ofhtr other her homo at Second Secondavenue Scnd Scndnenu Secondavenue
avenue nenu and Twentyeighth street stmt last night nightwhen nightwhen nightwhen
when she shl stumbled stunlble over something smething hud huddled huddled huddIed ¬
dled at the foot fPt of tho stairs stairsThe staltRThe stairsThe
The something was fS a towheaded boy of ofo ofU
0 years yerfJoe Romcthilj Joe Henderson hlndersonwho iInderaonwho who Is a mom member momr momher ¬
her r of her Su Sunhy Sun nclay loy school s bol class casR She learned learnedfrom leaned leanedfrom learnedfrom
from him that that he had hadln mn a aay ay from home holnelast homehst hotholast
last Wednesday nn alt total < l had hd been bel sleeping Inhqlways in inhnllwoys inhallways
hallways hqlways ever since sinceHe Rlncele sinceHe
He le and nd his little ltle brother brther Willie Wiie ho said saidwere S saidcore dl dlwere
were fixing Ixln fixln a swing in the dining dning room of ofhis 01 01hiR o ohis
his fathos fathe s houso hOlf l0ls nt 313 East Est Fortyfifth Fortyfifthstreet Foryffh Foryffhstrlt Fortyfifthstreet
street strlt last lst Wednesday Wencsday when Willie Wiie caught caughthold cught cughthold caughthold
hold of tho tablecloth and pulled Juled all al the thodislws thediRh thedituhrs
dislws diRh R off ol on tho floor foor Joe left Willie Wiie in intho inthe inthe
the dining room rm and skipped fkippd out to shift shiftfor shr shiftfor
for himself hlRelf a while whileAll whileAlitha hil
All Al Alitha the hallways halwa he he honadeleprlnwerecold honadeleprlnwerecoldhe had slopf E1pt In were rrl cold coldSundav coldhe
he said Then 1n ie remmhcwr rememberod whrr vIter his hl8SundaYlchool hisSunday
Sunday SundaYlchool school teacher tplcher livrcl IVtr anil hn thought thoughther thrmghthr thoughther
her hallway hall war might be hI warm And ArdlnywIY ArdlnywIYhe anyway anywayho
ho hudnt hldnt had anything to oat r11 since slno ho lo left lefthome lefthome lofthome
home but a I loaf of broad Ifad ihal 1 hl hat the th baker bakergave bakcrgave bakergave
gave him himMiss himMi himMiss
Miss Mi f Leonard Lnarc took lli site lad to tho Rev RevFather Re ReFlther RevFather
Father Flther Southwell Suthw1 of the Carmolitn Calmio church churchThe ohurchThe churchThe
The Gerry Gerr society Iocety was M too bury bucy to look lookafter lookufter lookifter
after him last hUt night and tho police polce tele telephond telephoned i iphoned
phoned to Policeman Polceman Reed ReedThe RedThe Reedrho
The boys father John Hendorson lendoron as D assoon j jsoon
soon Ioon as I ho was notified notifed came cam to tho police policestation plc plcstaton polic8station
station staton Ho was waf mighty ml htr gad to get pt the thead the thouad
ad but said that ho hardly hard thought Willie Willielulled Wile Wileluled Willielulled
lulled luled tho table tlblo cloth off Joe however howeverstood howeerstood howeverstood
stood by his hii guns and said that he didnt didntwant didntwant didntwant
want to go back home unless UIIE his papa was waspretty WI waspretty
pretty sure fure that ho 0 didnt do it itALTRUISTIC ItALTIWlSTl itALTRtISTItI ppa <
ALTRUISTIC ALTIWlSTl OFFICERS OFUJl XEEDEIt XEEDEItR lml lmlulln
R Fulton ulln Cutting Ct Un Dl Dbelr Dlsciroe clr r a Political PoliticalNecessity Poltcl Poltclrct PoliticalNeercalty
Necessity rct I of the Times TimesUobert T11 T11Hobert Timessiloliert
Uobert Fulton Fulon Cutting Cuttng gave r O the second secondof fcnd fcndof
of a 1 series serl of talks tn Ikl in tho parish lri h house hou of oftho oftho ofthe
tho Church Chlch of the Holy 10ly Communion COlllm1on Sixth Sixthavenuo Sixthavenue Sixthavenue
avenue owl Dnt Twentieth Twentlth street yesterday yesterdayafternoon ve yesterdayafternoon trday trdaynfternoon
afternoon His HI subject was VU Morals J rlf and andGovernment andGovrnment andGovernment
Government GovernmentToday GovrnmentToolay GovernmentToday
Today he said no political pol tr I cam campaign camp campoign ¬
paign p I n is without o urn UI apical to tho moral moralsunae morll morllfe moraltomse
sunae fe of the people and when one side sidemakes Eide EideOakA sidemakes
OakA makes th Ihl Ihie appeal appal to conscience lolUienc the other otherside otherIde otherside
side Ide quickly follows rolows suit tuit Ono of the prob problems prob problerns ¬
lems of democracy demoerrc in i to keep kEp the moral moralsono moralIne moralsense
sense Ine alive What wo need today t day Is die disinterested di diInttrc8tlxl dieinterested ¬
interested men who hio do not enter politics politicsas Jlltc
as I a remunerative rmunlratvo profession but instead insteadas Int d dI
as a I high hiph publin duty and men who have havethe hve hvetho havethe
the altruistic alrulflc spirit of oClniftanly oClniftanlyUU Christianity ChristianityI4
31 UU I4 AY HE ARLESfUO A IN DISGUISE DISGUISESiiterstlon DSGUISE DISGUISESuggestion J JSUaf
Suggestion SUaf ton From the th lllshop Ushop of Nora NoraBctttla No NoH NovaScotia
Bctttla H lta on Inn t hll Chicago llcaro Fire FireThe Fre FreThc FireThe
The memorial mrmrlal service servlcl under the direc direction dlra direcLion ¬
Lion ton of the Actors Actor Church Churh Alliance Alance for the thevictim thevklim thevlothita
victim of tho tlO Iroquois Irouol1etra Theatre fire fre was held heldWAT heldin heldin
in the IrlnceA Princess Theltre theatre yesterday teray There Therewas here hereA
was A singing in by the choir of 0 r All Al Souls Sul Church Churchand Curh Curhunc Churchand
and prnyeri prnyeriRnbbi prayel 1 by the Rev Toml Thomas R 81ler 81lerRubIi Slicer SlicerRabbi
Rabbi unc RubIi Moses MOlea and the Rev IEY t tThe K E T C Morn Mornhe Moran MoranThe
The he benediction Ienedlcton was W pronounced pronounce by Bishop BishopCourtney BishopCourtlW BishopCourtney
Courtney CourtlW formerly or Nova Scotia HcotlaBUhop HoUa HoUamhop ScotiaBishop
Bishop Courtney made an address addrN In Inwhich inwhich I
which he said that an exceptional exreptonal disaster disasterdoes dls8ter dIsasterdoes 1 1doo
does not Indicnlo indlnt 0 character charcter of exceptional exceptionalwkkednesH exceptonal exceptonalwikednf exceptionalwickedness
wickedness wikednf Ho HI wont Ilt on to say that what whatappears whatapplr whatappears
appears n misfortune may prove to be a ableHslng nbllslng ablessing
blessing applr bllslng In disguise dllulAO arid all the foundation roundaton of ofmny ofmany
many mny great grtat hcunflte hcunflteRICH ICIOItA ICIOItAIICI heiieWsijIcli
RICH IICI RADIlMttEARINO IlMJIUIIEAlN EARTH EARTHDiscovery EARTHDiselnr EARTHDiscovery
Discovery Diselnr Made Iadf In intlieLiano the Llano Ilmo Gold and Coal CoilFields CoalHed CoalFields
Fields Hed In Louisiana LouisianaNEW Iolislanl IolislanlEW LouisianaNEW
NEW EW ORLEANS Jan 24 24What What is II declared declaredto delared delaredt
to t be the richest rlchtt radiumhearing radiumhelrlng earth earth in inthe Intho inthe
the world has been hln discovered dlllvelod in the Llano Llanogold Ilno Ilnogold Llanogolol
gold and nnr coal coelflldl fields US 15 miles mlC north of this thiscity thll titlecity
city Humors HUIOrA of If the discovery diover of earth earthbearing earthbearng earthbearing
bearing bearng a largo piece flo of radium rdium in the he Llano Llanohave Llnn Llanohave
have hle been persistent pcrllMtenl for some time tme and andtoday ad adtlJlay andtOCiay
today tlJlay these thee rumors rmorR were Wfrt verified verifed by tho thoreturn thoreturn tImreturn
return of a party of scientists lentl1 who had hadvisited hadvlsltd hadViaitSl
visited vlsltd the mine to investigate Invethrato the report reportThese reportTheso reportThese
These gentlemen jentlemen say that the Llano Llno earth earthwill earthwi earthwill
will wi produce a larger largerpercentageof percentage perentage of radium radiumthou radiumto radiumthan
thou to that of any other known kDW deposit dCst dCstI depositI
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SHOULD slonD UE A AN ISSUE ISlE IX 1 ELEC ELECTIONS EICTI0 ELECTIOsS ¬
TIONS TI0 S SAYS E M l SHElARD SHElARDlBly SIEltRl SIEltRllly SIIEI11RDUgly
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The Te heights IdChf Lost Lst as a Public Puble Park to toSve toSave
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NEW RocifELLii UOCILL1 N Y Jan 24 24In In an anoddrcss anaddrs anaddress
address addrs at the Peoples Forum hero her this thisafternoon thisaferoon thisafternoon
afternoon aferoon Edward Ewnr M Shepard Sheprd of Brook Brooklyn Brol BrolIy Brooklyti ¬
lyn Iy gao his hl ideas of how cities ctes and andvillages andvilges andvillages
villages vilges should fhould be b made mde beautiful bautul in the thedevelopment thedevlopment thedevelopment
development of their public publo works work and andin andIn andin
in the construction constrcion cf their parks prks and andbuildings andbuidlngl andbuildings
buildings buildingsHe buidlngl
He le denounced dcnounc as a lamentable lamenlhle waste wate of ofopportunity ofopprunlty ofopportunity
opportunity opprunlty in the construction cntrcton of the thoBrooklyn theUrokly theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Urokly Bridge the failure raiur to t provide providegreat proYidegt providegreat
great gt approaches apprahls to the entrances entranc similar similarto
to the gates gatl and arches arche in Rome Rme Berlin Berlinand Brln Brlnnnd Berlinand
and other otherContinental Continental Cmtnentl cities ciie He said that thatbecause thatbl thatbecause
because bl UF cf this lack lck of foresight on the part partof prt prtr partof
of r the builders buider of the Bridge BrIdg Brooklyn Brooklynproperty Brtklyn Brtklynprpery Brooklynprmperty
property prpery for a milo mlo around arund Is worth SO 50000
00 0 less les than thn if the terminals terinals had hd been ben beau beautiful beautul beautiful ¬
tiful tifulJfo tul
No idea Ide said sid Mr Shepard Sheprd came to toUvjdowln toth1 tothsewit
Uvjdowln th1 wh built bulttho builtthe the Bridge to biautify b utify tho thoterminals thoterinals theterminals
terminals terinals Nothing othng was thought then of ofinconveniences ofIncnvenlens ofinconvenlenbes
inconveniences Incnvenlens and it will wi take a great greatsum gratsum greatsum
sum of money to t do that work of beauty lieautywhich beautywhlCh beautywhich I
which whlCh could culd easily esiy have hye been ben done then thenWhen thenWhen thenWhen
When they tey made mde the Bridge Bridg terminal terinal in inBrooklyn InBrklyn InBrooklyi
Brooklyn Brklyn ugly a bad bd blow was Wi dealt deat Brook Brooklyn Brookln Brooklyn ¬
lyn lynWe
We thought that the opening opnlng of the thoBridge theBridge 1
Bridge was wal n benediction benedicton and a benefit benefitto henott
to the immediate Immeit neighborhood neigbhorhod but It is isso IsK I I
so 8 K gratuitously gruitusly ugly that tht the actual actul value valueof valueof valueof
of property pr rt within a mile mie of tho entrance entranceto Intrnc
to t the Bridge Bndg has greatly gratly depreciated deprciated In Invalue Invalue invalue
value valueMr valueMr valueMr
Mr Shepard Sheprd Mid that tht another great greatopportunity grat gratopprtunity greatopportunity
opportunity went welt to waste wate when tho city citysixty ciy ciyIixty citysixty
opprtunity
sixty Iixty years year ago allowed alowed Brooklyn Broklyn Heights Heightsto Helphts Helphtsto
to become bcme a residence rsidenc section ction instead of ofutilizing ofuUlzlp ofutilizing
utilizing uUlzlp the beautiful bautiful site for a public publicpark puhlc puhlcpark publicpark
park A few farseeing far elng citizens citzns ho said sid
proposed the tle park but butohijectionwasraised butohijectionwasraisedby objection was wie raised raisedby rli ed edby
by some people who thought that many manyrough man manrough r rrough
rough men and children chidrln would come over overfrom oVlr oVlrfrom overfrom
from New N w York and that it would require requiretho requlrothe jI jIthe
the expense expens of at least one policeman plcemn to tokeep toIep 1 1Iceep
keep Iep them in order orderthe orderHe o oHe
He tLaractorlzed characterized the idea adopted u uthe by 4ci 1
the th early larl Bottlers Ittlol of New York of rectangu rectangular rctal u ular ¬ i k
lar blocks blockf as a great grat calamity and said sid that thatdevelopments tht thtdoolopment i idevelopments
developments doolopment havo proved that n con conveniently cn cneniently convonienthy ¬
veniently laid out city cty demands a system systemof l lof
sytem sytemof
of diagonal di onal streets streetsI Il
I should rejoice rejoic herald he said in a municipal municipalelection muicpal muicpalelection 4i 4ielection
election in which wnith we should decide decdo to lay layout Iy Iyout layout
out some part of the upper section Mton of the thecity thecity 3
city with a prt different dlfornt system fYltpm of streets ftrt than thantho thn thnth t4 oa1 oa1the
the th present prselt rectangular rctngulnr system Rtem RtemThen 4
Then there are ar the advertising signs signsand IlgnA IlgnAand signsand
and the projecting prjoctln signs si s Why should shouldwe f i iwe
we bo b obstructed obstrctod Jy > y tho sandwich man manWhy manWhy t II IIWhy
Why should wo be crowded and jostled jostledand josted jostedand ° j jand
and tho streets strets made ugly u ly Public Publ senti sentiment ¬ 4
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ment ought oUlht to prevent that ugliness uglinessMr uglne uglneMr to toMr
Mr Shepard praised prai ed several yeral improve improvements inlroye inlroyementl ¬ I 2 2meats
meats mentl recently recnty completed cmpletld in Now ew York and andBrooklyn androokly L
Brooklyn rookly among amon thorn themthmoShoreandflivour the Shore and River Riverside Rheraide ¬ r j o oside
side drives Lafayette Jfayete Boulevard Boultyard and the thoBotanical Ih IhJtanlcal theBotanical
Botanical Jtanlcal Gardens Gardenf and Zoo in in Tho Bronx BronxThe BronxThe h hThe
The statesman rttefman who projected PloJcted Mulberry Mulbrry t
Bend Bnd Park h hl he said deserved the thanks thnnksof thnkR thnkRof
of the people pple and benedictions from all al of ofthe ofthe l lthe
the pulpits pulpitsIn pulplt tm tmIn
In conclusion conchlflon Mr lr Shepard said that tht tho thoMayors thotayor theMayors
Mayors tayor and Aldermen Alcormtm in cities citiel should be bochosen becho
chosen cho n with some idea as to their perception perceptionof perclpUonof i iof
of what hat is beautiful beautful as well wel as practicable practlcablnin prctcabln prctcablnin i iin
in public publc improvement Imprvemnt He urged lrged hU hUhearers hi hihoarer z
hearers hoarer to band tlwnwelves tll JJlvel together to tomake tomake tomake
make this thll subject an al Issue Ilsue In i municipal municipalcampaigns muicipal muicipalcampigns i 1f
campaigns campaignsATTACKED
campigns campignsATTACK j
ATTACKED ATTACK > JPOLICEMAXS JUJUS WIFE WIFEConillllo WIF I i i iCondhilo
Conillllo Condio Arrested by h I Another Cop op After Aftera fter ftera iI iIa
a Chase Case of Half lalf a Mile MilePeter MilePeter lf lfPeter
Peter Condillo Condlo of 255 25 Fast Flt 100th l0th street streetwas streetwa streetwas
was wa arraigned nrraigne before heror Magistrate Flammer Flammerin Flammlr ° J1ri J1riin
in the Morrisania police plce court lourt yesterdaycharged yesterday I jI jIehiirgod
charged ch rge with having assaulted laulted Mrs Mary Mar
Martin artln the wife of Policeman William WilliamMartin Wilam WilamMartn WilliaritMartin
Martin Martn of tho High Bridge station stationMrs stationMrs
Mrs 11 Martin Martn said saie that on Saturday night nightwhile nihtwhie nightwhile
while whie she ho wan W8 walking walklnj on Bosiobal Bo ob 1 avenuo avenuonear a 4 4near
near Jerome avenue Condillo sprang out outfrom outfrom
from a clump of bushes and grabbed her herby herby
by the arm armHer Ie IeHer
Her screams were heard by Policeman
McGlone who whochased chased the Italian for nearly
half a mile before ho caught him Con ¬
dillo dub was held in 300 ball for trial
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