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I8MENENTOMBED 182 MEN ENTOMBED IN AM AMs A MINE MINES
s M 1 TULOR HItl EMINENT ElET 1l61 1l61IWn VG7 VG7IIli GI GIKKIl
f KKIl LOST IN RESCUE R SOUE WORK WORKExplosion IORK IORKf IORK1JIJo WORKKIIOI01I
Explosion 1JIJo lon In a Colliery COIfry at t Hardivlck Pm PmOnly P POnl PaOnly
Only Onl Two Men 1len llescned Ieeue Alive Aftei AfteiMany Arer ArerIan Aitciuaii
Many Ian Hours loun of Heroic Ilrolo Work Workinr iorkMrrn Mr MrTalor
Talor 10 lor Lost While Whie With Wih a Rescue Recue PartyPITIsliufta Party PartyriTTsnuRO Prt PrtIITTSJURO
riTTsnuRO IITTSJURO Jan 25 25By By an In explosion ozploslorin
in n the Hardwick Innlwick mine of the Allegheny AlleghenOal Alegheny AleghenyOal
Oal al Company mpuny this morning moring 184 18 men veilMitnmbod veil wereIltnmbcd werpntaflil4N1
Mitnmbod Iltnmbcd Up lp to late this evening only onljtwo onlytO onlytwo
two hud been rescued rBcue alive alve In addition adclitiorlo Idditon
lo throw Ihnto thfl killed klt > by the explosion Selwir SelwirM Slwin
M 1 Taylor one on of of the most expert expr mlninf mlninfengineers mig migtugilllrt mlninengiIirPN
engineers tugilllrt in the country countr probably prbbly lost loslhis losthis losths
his life le while whie directing diretnF the work of rescue rescueMr rescueII rescueMr
Mr II Taylor was Wil the engineer for the ooa ooacompany ooal ooaeofllpatly
1 company lpnnr and undlaid laid out the mine When Wen heeceivl he hereceived heword
received word of the explosion tills morn mornIng morning mornjug
Ing ho went wlnl immediately immediat ly to the scene and andnil andl andall
nil l day cny labored lahorld in directing dirtn the work oirescue of ofrt ofrescue
rescue rescueNext rt rescueext CUt CUttxt
Next ext to James McCann who was WI wa the here hereof heroff herer
of ff r the t he occasion ca ien Mr 11 Taylor Tlylor was WI the fore foremost rorer foretflOt
most r 1 in il lit that work When Inen McCann had hacheen hadhln hadkeen
keen hln down the shaft and had brought brught up upUUP upInl up1W
UUP Inl 1W man Ian alive ulve Mr 11 Taylor went down and andwith Ind Indwih andwith
with wih McCann lc ul and Henry lenry Baker pushed pushe his hisw hiswi hl hlwk
w wk into t tho 1m iii interior hlllrior of the mine findingalWL finding findinginn fndig fndiganr
wi
inn anr alWL ther 111 Ii + r miner millr alive ale but by b the time lme ho was wasreached wa wannlll wasreald
reached nnlll all al the party pary were too weak to drag draghim drg drghim draghim
him Cll til u They TIIy 1 Ii made their way back blck to tothe toIhp tothe
the Ihp surface and unc after being revived rvhed again againwent againwent againwnt
went down downDuring lWflDuring
cDwn cDwnOurilg
During Ourilg this Ihil trip Taylor became beae separated separatedfrom separatedfrom
from hi hil his two companions and was wa lost lostXo lostXo lostNo
Xo trace lrll of him had been ben found up to mid midniRlit mldnhht midnight
night and it in il believed heleved that he got turned turnedoff turne
off oi into one 010 of the I he side ilo entries by mistake mistakeand mitalle mitalleanc mistakeand
and was M overcome by b tho black dampSeveral damp dampSeveral dampSpcrl
anc
Several Spcrl parties are searching for himbut himbutit
it IK i hardly believed beleved that ho will wi bo b rescued rescuedalive recued recuedaln rescuedI
alive aln alnI
I saw a big sheet of flame lamo and turned turnedto turne
to run Something seemed semed to hit me in il tin tinmiddle thomidlio thuflUdltt
midlio middle of my back and I was knocked knockeddown Imooke knockedloWin
down on my lY fact and ani knew nothing more moreuntil morounti moreuntil
until unti I was found by McCann McCannSuch McCannSueli lcCanaHuch
Such was wa the brief story of his experience experiencetold exprlonco exprloncotoll
told toll by b Adolph Ionia one of the two known knownsurvivors knownurvlols knownsurvivors
survivors urvlols of the explosion Gonia woe woeemployed WMenployell wasenloyet
employed as a a a cagor at the bottom bottomof botom botomof
of the shaft and was WI at at work putting puttinga puttng puttnga
a car of coal on the cage cge at the time tmo of tlu tluexplosion thuIxploslon thexplosion
explosion Ixploslon Ho 10 was rescued by James JamesMcCann Jameslclunn JameslcCnnn
McCann who ventured enturd down the shafl shafldrat shat shsfttlrst
drat 111 about 7 oclock ocock this th evening McCain McCainis lcCannj
is j badly injured iiijuredf injurednonlas injuredonias
f Ionias head and breast are Ir badly bdly burned burnedAH
AH A ho was carried lied into the little lttle school schoolhouse achol acholhouse schoolhouse
house at Harwick he was W still sti conscious cotmciousThe colclous colclousThe consciousThe
The physicians phslcans say he has a good goo chance chanceof chanceof
of life lifeThe lfe lfeThe lifeThe
The explosion occurred at 820 oclock oclockthis oclockthL ocloc1this
this morning Fire Fir Boss J A Gordon Goron had hacmade hadmade hadmade
made his usual rounds early elrly this morainE morninfand moring moringad morainEand
and ad had ha reported rpored everything everhig nil al right rightWhen rightWhen rightWhen
When the miners reported rpored for work ai at
6 oclock ocock the fire fr boss and Mine Forenmi ForenmiGeorge Forman FormanGorge ForemaiGeorge
George Gorge Brown Brwn went vent down with wih them Ac According Accrding According
cording crding to the number of safety sfety lampitaken lampi lmps lmpslakfn lampntaken
taken lakfn by the men there then were 181 18 who went wentdown wlnt wlntdow wentdown
down dow the shaft thin thl morningHow morning morningHow morig morigHow
How the oxpl0lon explosion occurred oeo has hl not yet yetbwn yetba yettesn
bwn ba determined detenlned The Te gas glr ras B either set st ofl oflby of otTby
by a blast bluft or a I miners pick plk struck Into a apocket a1cket apocket
pocket 1cket of gas allowing alowing it to light lgh from frm theflimo the thofhmo theflnno
flimo of otlno tho lamps TIne 1ho explosion explolon was WI one oneof oneof oneot
of the most severe sover ever known klown In a 1 mine Inthis in inthis InIhis
this part pnr of tlw th > country The mule used usedat
at I the lie foot of the I he shaft shat to pull pul the cars cl on onnnd onand onand
and oft of the ttn cage was just jUt pulng pulling on a Iloaded Iloadedct loaded loadedcar
car ct He was WI blown right up tho shaft shaf a adistance 1 1of a4IIUtflCL
distance of 20feetand 220 22Ofeet feet and through the tipple tipplent tpple tppleII
nt II tli head h ad and ald landed broken and lifeless lifelessVOii lfeless lifelesssi
VOii 1 si llh se iVet away nwa from 11 tho t ho mouth of the t he pit pitFive pit piti
Five Fn i men Iln employed tlplore on the tipple tpple were wereinjured were1Iji1I ere ereInjunl
injured 1Iji1I ed two so badly hOlly that they have 11e since sinceiJiel slne sinceirt
iJiel itd irt They TI were wer Henry Mayhew MIhew aged age M Mwidower GI 54 54viiIowtr
Waltman 27 27Tho 27The 27iiit
widower widowll mid lild George Ceorge eorge aged
The iiit little Illh IIttl mining village iage of Harwick was wasthrown wa wasthrown
thrown into mt a state tat of terror by the explo explosion exploion exploIio ¬
sion Iio ion Men Jn n women and children chidren all al run runtoward rai runownrd
toward towad the 1m mine 11111 around which hung a pall pallof pal Inll4r
of tt nmoku rol Tim ilu mine officials > Wilfred Wilfredrinowilen Wilrd Wilrdnowlen VjllrednowIeJn
rinowilen nowlen superintendent and and George GeorgeHl Oeorgeht leorgeThtt
Hl ht > eti manager nmnagtl were wer horrorstricken horrorstrickenrealising horrorstrickenItniing horrorstrickenenilng
realising as they did tid immediately the theawful thevltl theawft
awful vltl results resul From the first flt it was not notbelieved nothtietd notl
l believed htietd > tluit any of the men could escape escapelilphoiij ecaJ ecaJI escapenusages
lilphoiij I phon mcfsases lottlagtt were sent hurriedly hurriedlytu llnlel llnlelII
tu II I Chrswfrk and Springdal for physicians physiciansami physicias physiciasUlj
ami Ulj several SP111 responded ed quickly Upon re refiit reIdt reipt
fiit Idt ipt of a message 1 llpn saH telling telng of the explosion explosiontli1
tli1 II t HVentytlve unitylive employees 1lplee8 of the to Pitts Pittshiirg Pita Pittslirg
hiirg Tool 001 and DropTorei Drop Forge Company att at atlitiwick atn
n t 1111 litiwick h wick lcJ were wel hurried hurrccto to the mine to assist assistin alsi8t alsi8tin
in in die d rescue llUI Sot ifl u I mjiiml came from frm the thoikitlis Ihe1lIlhs thel1itbs
ikitlis l1itbs of the 1 mine Vainly tho engineer engineerlist enineer1iIHld engineerlLti
list 1iIHld lLti > at Lt liis hi speaking tube for u 1 clang clangot cang cangf
ot it f is 44 bell ltl to t indicate indlcatt 1111 icut that some 80re one one had hadrsnijicd hauHlel hadAftor
rsnijicd After nn ni hour or so evidences evidencesof evidenC
of II I iii tin lil presence plfSCU1J of the terrible tnilio black blck damp damjicall dampell
Vai ell call if up lp nil the Ih shaft thaft The big hi fun WI was reversed reversedand re reversedmiii ra
and rucle to 0 tiruw dllW the damp dam out of the air airshaft alrhart al alshaft
shaft shaftlato shaftIate hartIato
lato Iato this afternoon aferoon when tho deadly deadlyafter deadlyat deadlyaftr
after at damp had cleared up to some extent extentJames extentJ5Tii4s
James IAIS MeCnnn MICaln cenret miner miwr tied ted a rope around aroundhi aroundhiS run
hi hiS waist i1i5C and persuaded several screrl ot ot his hil fellowworkers fellow fellowworker felow felow1orklrs
worker 1orklrs to lower him hi down the nirshaft nirshaftDespite alrRhartDerpte airshaftDespite
Despite Derpte falling timbers thnberl and slate which whichbruised whIchbrlcd whichbrtiied
bruised brlcd and cut him him about the head and andhands andhan andhands
hands han s McCann was wa lowered down into the thoMiUlaiess thehlltkness thehhiJ4fleS
MiUlaiess hlltkness Thirty feet fet from the bottom bottomIt
11W It J feet from the surface he found fould the air airniaft all airsiuf
niaft KInh blocked with wih debris d l brl bris He could go no nofurther nofurther nofurther
further and signalled si naled to be drawn up again againAt againAt
At that time lle McCann gave it as his opinion opinionthat opinionthat opiniointhat
that all al were dead deadMeantime dod dodltaltmo deadMeanitime
Meantime ltaltmo a crow of willing wllng workers workerswetted workersPreeted yorkers1eled
wetted 1eled a I temporary temprar windlass windlas over the head headthe headof
of C the main shaft shaf About 0 oclock oclockMcCann oclok oclokMcConn oclockMcrnnn
McCann was lowered down Into thodepths thodepthsWain thodeptht
Wain Iain This Thil time tmo he went vent right to the theMtom thebtom thebottom
bottom btom Here he found Adolph Adolpl Conla tho thorazor thoear theeager
razor alive and brought hroupht him to the sur surface surra surtac ¬
face ra tac Again A nin ho wenfdown went down this thl time tme ac accompanied acCOflipaflieni ¬
companied by another miner Henry lenr Baker Bakerti Bakerand Bakerarel
and ti < I Mr Ir r Taylor the mining engineer enginer The Thoree The1rP TheS
S 1rP three ree men me crawled crwled over debris d bris passing by
threo treo thr dead bodies They The penetrated into intoike intoIhe Intothe
the gangway anJwa several Ieyeral hundred yards yard when whenItey whenl whentte
Itey l tte cy were Wlre driven back by the after damp damporinJ damporning
Coining orinJ back to the shaft they gathered gatheredfresh gathere
fresh courage conrgo and having hlvlng filled fle their lungs lungsJitli lungs1lth lungsink
Jitli ink gofxl gootlir air they went bock bak again aan More Moroh MorekSi 1ore
h dead kSi hodio greeted reete thejr their sight but away awayfees awa awaonl
beyond onl thtl tIit afer after crawlng crawling on hlnds nands an ane and
fees e for hundreds hundrt > IH of yards over fallen fallenf ralen ralenrr fallenroot
rr root ° f timbers tmbel and wrecks wrok of mine cars carsyy car carsthey
t they yy ey saw and recognized reognize another Inother living lving lvingrlltr
Jftnn rlltr Victim By B this thll time tme they were nearly nearlya nearl
faInti41 aintlriR a nUl from frm the damp The Te strength strengthJ strengt strengtOtth0
J oi Otth0 the three thrf men was wal not sufficient sufolent to drag dragken
I theuncp05 e lcolioUH man out and they were werocompelt wereeornpelIl
compelt eornpelIl 1 to go back back backflmi
Whn ken flmi they arrived arrive at the top of the shaft shaftiu shaftand shaftand
and iu It hixamp b all known that there therowas was wa another anothernan
I tna nan n alive alve ahiv in the mine other volunteers volunteersI1 volunters volunterslepp
teppcl lepp d forwanJ 10 go down McCann McCannatmt
1 atmt mOI clad dead Insilte insisted on going down
h I1 Lle c fourth time tme Baker B kor went with withIm withUn withirn
Im Un Thoinox Tholl Wood Vood another miner minernn1 minernd minerind
nn1 nd a man mimed nllo McGregor also 0110 went wentlw wentcon wentlearlng
con hearln learlng a large bale or brat brate
e cloth 10 direct the air all currents With Withe
I lw e excootion exconton of McGregor the party part re retheir neaced
Iracel aced their steps Itepl to where Bowser Bowlor the thev thotlJ theia
tlJ ia v > np man was wa > left lef They did not get getI
to o him Woo Wood wal was oerome overcome by the
damp and the other members or the party
I h ad > < I nil al they therCould coukl ou d do to get bock bak to the shaft shaftMore shaf Jrty
More 1011 volunteers voluntell voiiinte were called for and any
cle
iiinlir mlr n4uflL II1 were ready Brave Brve men mOi are ar now nowexploring nowPXllorlng nowPXPIOring
exploring the mine min endeavoring to find findre fnd fndmorl findnOre
morl re of the victims victms alive nlve Later loter they
brwiKht rnuuh ouTlhl ur lp up Ilowser olfr who L Lnot wllunconscloul was unconscious
Mr r Taylor aylor wal was 10 lost t on thil this trip Mine Minefl5PcIo
In fl5PcIo p IO F 1 SV CUlnlngham Ctiiningham Th In whoe whoecl wriose wriosetrtct
cl tlct trtct the liarwick Harick mine la 111Jted situated didrrt did didnlt
not nlt rrt reopjv word of the accident accdent until unti late latei
I hi i Iilplonnnrrhin iitBrnooiinrrivini thereabout Iher about about 8 oclock 80clocf
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tonight tonight Prior to his arrival arval Mine Inspector In Inspector Inspctor
spector spctor J M Rayburn Ryburn who happened hppne t to
be in Fittsburg when the news reached reacheij rached rachedthi reachedthis
thi this city hd had taken cargo charge of the work worlTonight workTonight
Tonight Tonight half old clad women j and chil chl
drnarelrund dren are arearound around the mouth of the pit weep
ing and walling waing and ad screaming screaming and refusing refusingthey rfuslnK eep
to be b comfored comforted Despite Despie the sevtre severe coll cold coldthey
they hang hng around arund the opening openlngr waiting waltn fo foa for forI tota
a I word from below The wife re of MIkE MlkSumoskI lUke
Sumoskl whoso husband hus nd and Ind two sons sonsJohn BonRJohn eonsJohn
John aged 18 and Steve aged 16 are in tin tinill tht th thIll
ill i fated fato mine has become bcme age crazed crzed will willgrief wih wihgrief withgrief
grief and anxiety Inxiet and had to be forcibly forcibljrestrained forcbly forcblyrft forciblyrestrained
restrained rft rined from throwing herself herl down tin tinshaft theshaf tiishaft
shaft shaft11LAPKS shaf shaf1IIiS shaft13LICKS
11LAPKS 1IIiS TORTURE GERMAXS GERMAXSCaptured HRUL HRULCptlrd EflMtXSCaptured
Captured Cptlrd Wolillers fohllr8 Are fumed Durnrr nt lt III IIIStake tl tlStlke tin tinStake
StakeSpecial Stake Staketptcliil Stlke Stlkeptlf
Special ptlf Cable Despatches lo Tug Tl SUN SUNBERLIN SUNBFRLIS SexBnnai
BERLIN BFRLIS Jan 23 231 21t It la I reported reprted that a aunsuccessful an anunsucCful anunsuccessful
unsuccessful unsucCful attempt atempt has hs been bn made ti tirelievo to torlove torelieve
relieve rlove Okahanda Olahandl which is I beleaguered beleaguereiby bleagued bleaguedby
by the rebellious rebeloU Hereros Herros in II Southwest SouthwesAfrica Suthwest SuthwestAfric SouthwestAfrica
Africa Afric The Germans are ar said to have lost losheavily losthely lostheavily
heavily hely in the attempt attemptCAPE attemptCAI attemptCAPn
CAPE CAI TOWN Jan Jln 25 25Accordlng According to news newspaper newspapm newspaper ¬
paper reports from from Damaraland the thenorthern thenorthorn thenorthern
northern district of German Oermn Southwest SouthwesAfrica Suthwest SuthwestAfrica SouthwestAfrica
Africa the Germans Oermns are facing raing a seriouseven serious seriousoven serous serouseven
even an alaming alarming situation sltuuton arising from fronthe fromthe fromthe
the rebellion rebelon of the Hcreros HcrerosIt lereros lererosI
It I is II stated stt that practically prolcly every native nativitribe Itve Itvetrlbo nativetribe
tribe from the border brder of tho Cape Cap Colony Colonyas
as 1 far north as I Windhoek Windhok some Bom08Y say to the tinPortuguese thePortuguee thePortuguese
Portuguese Portuguee border borer has revolted rvolted Wind Windhoek Windhok Windhock
hock hok which is the sent 8nt of government governmenthas
has been bn besieged beieged for days dl by from 5001 5001to 50 5000to
to 8000 RO natives nativesThey nlthe nativesThey
They have completely isolated Isolatd the rail railway rai railway ¬
way and destroyed destroye the telegraph lines linesNumbers Ilel Ilelumher limesNumbers
Numbers umher of German farmers farmer and traders traderthave trdlr tradershave
have been ben murdered murere The total t tal number numboiof numberof
of rebels rebeL is estimated estmate at 15000 150 A majority majorityof
of them however are poorly armed armedTheir armedTheir
pory arme
Their tactics tactc consist of bands swooping swoopingdown swoopingdown swoopingdown
down upon isolated illated pests pstB and ad murdering murderingmen
men women and children chidren and 1d committing committingother cmmitng cmmitngother committingother
other atrocities atrocitiesA
savage Bage atrocites atrocitesA
A party prt of German troops who recently recentlyleft reCnty reCntylef recentlyleft
left lef Keetmaiumoop Ketmanthoop were surrounded and andcaptured andcpturd andcaptured
captured cpturd The ni men were tortured andultimately and andultimately anduilmateir
ultimately uilmateir burned burl 1 alive alve One officer ofcer who whowas whowas whowas
was among the prisoners prisonerl had hi his > eyes eyeegouged eyesgouge eyesgouged
gouged gouge out and was a > left Ilft to die on ll the veldt veldtHorr veldtherr eldt
Herr Estwood Etwood a I member of the German Germanadministration Oermanadministraton Germanadministration
administration administraton has arrived at Cape Town Towito Towl Townto
to obtain and forward forwlrd supplies supples It I is it re reported reported reported ¬
ported that ho is negotiating negotating wth wIth the gov government gO gOemmont goveminent ¬
eminent of the tll Cape Colony for permission permissionto perlisfion
to land German troops at Port Nolloth oloth irthe in inthe inthe
the northwestern norhwester part par of the Capo Colony Colonya
a few miles mi s southeast of German Southwesi SouthwesiAfrica Sout SouthaesrAfrica h weHI weHIAfrica
Africa AfricaI
I MACORIS UCORf RECAPTURED RECAPTUREDAnother mWtPTVIEl mWtPTVIElAnolhlr IfLC1PTUREDAnother
Another Anolhlr Victory Victor for the il J Jlinene mfne7ln8urClntl mfne7ln8urClntlI insurgenti insurgentilu
I lu Santo Domingo DomingoSpecial 0011110 0011110SI DtfldflioSpectat
Special SI > tclal Cabl Deipalch to Tun Tit SUN SvxSANTO SUNSNTO SexSANTO
SANTO DOMINOO DO INO Jan 23 Delayed DelayedThe Dllyed DllyedThe DelayedTine
The town of Macoris has been b n captured b bthe by bythe bythe >
the insurgents Insurgtltl after aftr desperate Ilsperato fighting fightingThe fjhtlg fjhtlgThe fightingThe
The Minister of War was mortally moraly wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The situation here her is becoming coming alarmingW4SIIINOT0N alarming alarmingWASHINGTON alarmin alarminWABINGTON
WASHINGTON WABINGTON Jan 25 25Slnco Slnco th tm thntm < > Pro Provisional Proviional Provisional ¬
visional viional Government Goerment defeated the Jlmeno Jlmenofaction Jhnenej Jitneneifaction
faction faclon some lomo of the United States Htatel warship warshiphave warhipl warshipshave
have left Itft Dominican Dominicn miters The cruiser cruiserMinneapolis cnliserinneapoli cruiserMinneapolis
Minneapolis inneapoli flagship of Hear Rar Admiral AdmiralWisey AdmiralLsqVwIiQt 1 1WiS1hIQI
WiS1hIQI Wisey LsqVwIiQt which wont WOfl over to o Kingston Ja Jamaica Jamaic Janiaica ¬
maica maic on od her way W to tonto Santo Domingo City Cityhas Cityb Cityhas
has b o started stlred back b k for Guantanamo Guantanmo Cuba CubaThe CubaThe CubaThe
The cruiser crisr Detroit has sailed 8ie from Porto PortoPlata Poro PoroPlta PontoPlata
Plata Plta Santo St Domingo for San Sn Juan P I R RThe RThe RThe
The training trining ship Hartford Hartord has also left leftDominican lof leftDominican
Dominican Dominicn waters 1Ite1 and gone to Plnya PlaYI del delEste delEte delEste
Este Ete Cuba The cruiser oruisr Columbia Columblt and the thogunboat thegunbot tinegunboat
gunboat gunbot Newport Xewor remain rmin to guard Ameri American American AmenIcan ¬
can interests Intersts in Dominican Domiican territory territoryA teritory teritoryA
A cable despatch del patch was wa received rece ed In this thiscity thi thicty thiscity
city cty last IIt night from Cope Cup Hayten Hayden by a afriend afriend afriend
friend of Gen ea Juan Isidro Jimenez the thoDominican tinoDominican I IDominican
Dominican rebel leader to the effect elect that thathe thatlie I
he had fled fe from Santo Domingo and gone goneto goneto goneto
to Turks Tu 1 Island IslandMRS Ilan Islandt1RS I I II IUR
MRS UR IP n I KIMItALL KI11ULL KILLLLhlody KILLED KILLEDHotly liII IJ I I II
Hotly 10 of an al Amerlran mrrlMI Woman omol round roundFloatlne 1 P0111thFloating 011
Floating Ioalnc Off Cape Martin MartinSjvcfol MartinSiecfat Iartl Iartleal
Sjvcfol eal Cable Ctbl Despatch npalcl lo THE TiE Sex SUKNICE Su SuXICt SexNIcE
NICE Jan 25The body by of Mrs Irl W J JKimball JKimbal JKimball
Kimball Kimbal who Is said to have hle been befn an Amencan Ameri American American ¬
can was found floating 10atng off 01 Cape Martin Martinyesterday Mart Martinyesterday n nyeterdar
yesterday yeterdar It I in supposed lluppole that Mrs Irs Kimball Kimballwas Kimbal Kimballwas
was W blown off of the cliffs cifs in a gale She was wasstaying wasstoyln wasstaylog
staying at It Mentono with wih her husband husbandULKSS1XG hURbandI husbandliLtsclxG
ULKSS1XG I iSI6 FOR THE TI I EILSOS VEILSONSiapa EILSOSPapa EISO S SIapa
Iapa Wall Wal Is 1 Uolnx Oll oiiig to Jet Married MnrrleiHimself Married1IIttinicit larrlll
Himself HimselfJules 118el 118elJules 1IIttinicitJules
Jules Blanc Danc Neilson elsonand and his bride br e who whiwas whowas whowas
was Miss Mil Marguerite lrguerite Wall Wal daughter o oFrank of ofFrnk ofFrank
Frnk Frank T Wall Wal the cordage man nln have re received reCi ncceived
Ci ceived d Mr 11 Walls Wals blessing on n their mar marriage marriage marriage
riage contracted cntrctd on Jan 6 tlnd and kept a I secre secreuntil scret scretunt secret secretuntil
until unt Saturday Saturdy when Mr Ir Neilson Neison after afterbeing afer aferbeing afterbeing
being sepnrated sepalated from his hi vsifo s ifo took her heraway heraway henaway
away from her fathers fatherl house houseMr hOIe hOIeIr mouseMr
Mr Ir Wall Wal said sld yesterday y terdy that tht he had sen sento sent sentto sentto
to his daughter and her husband husbnd who area areathe aroat aroatthe are at atthe
the Hotel Walton in Philadelphia Phiadelphia a tele telegram tle tlegram telegram ¬
gram containing the blessing and had also alsoaccommodated alo aloaccommodlltd alsoaccommodated
accommodlltd accommodated his daughter dawhter in tho matter matterof mater materof matterof
of clothes cothe by sending lendlng her a trunkful trunkfuI With Withthe Withtho Withthe
the announcement annoulcmrnt of the fact that he had hadthus hadthU hadthus
thus thU forgiven tho pair Mr 11 Wall Wal also said saidI 81d 81dI
I did object to tho marriage but but I can cannot cn cnnot cannot ¬
not give you my reasons raons for that that I have havereceived haoreceived havereceived
received o I telegram tlegram from them and havesent have havesent hve hvesnt
snt sent them one giving my blessing There Therewas ThereW Therewas
W was no use ue objecting any Iny further was wasthere wal wasthere
there I can cn only wish now for my mydaughters mydaughter mydaughters
daughters happiness If I she is II happy happythen happythen happyLinen
then I will wi be happy They are both bth young youngand younl youngand
and young people pople will wi be young people peopleI
I dont know when they will 11 ioung come back backThey bck bckThey backThey
They may go South Suth for a trip If I they theycome theycme theycome
come back they will wi be b made welcome welcomeof welcme welcmeor
bck
cme
of course OUr I think the incident may be becalled becaled bensUed
called closed closedMr cIOd cIOdMr closedMr
caled Mr Wall it was WI made known yesterday yesterdayJ
Is engaged enga Wil J to be married mlrrie atmin alaln annm himself himsoffi hi1lf hi1lfJa himselfIlls
Ills bndetobe e Is 1lss Miss Unckle Unckles i the theaughter thedaughter tinedaughter
daughter Ja of Thomas homl H Unckles Unckle who lives livest Ive8 Ive8at livesat
at t 282 DeKalb avenue Brooklyn Brookly Mr MrInckles MrUnckles MrtTncklee
Inckles is II a wine importer Imprter at 31 Cliff CIJ street streetTie streetTe streetThe
Tie wedding weddinl is to tako place pla tomorrow tomorrowt tomorow tomorowat
Te at t the Unckles residence rlsdcnc and will w be b a alUiet aqulot auiet
lUiet uiet one Mr Wall Wal ha has been a widower widowerfor
for or some years year He is over Oer 50 5 while hlo his hislancee hil hisfianc
fianc lancee e Is 1828 28 Mr 1r Wall Wal and Miss Unckles met metaat mlt mltIMt metlast
IMt tnc last summer at Lenox Lnox when Mr Neilson Neilsonras NtlL NeilsonWalt on onWI
Walt paying devoted devotd attention Ittenton to Miss MI Wall Wallmd Wil Vali Valimad
WI md not pyng long before bfor Mr Wall Wal came out with withL withpositive
a L positive denial of his daughters dlughters engage engngenent en engagensnt nge ngemlnt
mlnt nent psltvo to Mr Neilson NeilsonPmtADELriUA NelLqonP NeilsonPHJLADELPIIXA
PmtADELriUA P Jan 25 250 C F Wall Wallbrother Wnl VCIIrother
brother LDELIA of Mrs Mr Neilson Neison arrived aried at the thoiValton theWalton theWalton
Walton tonight He had been leon preceded precededty precele
of from the thojrides thebrides thebrides
by ty a message forgiveness rorplvenel frm
1
brides father which also contained containedhe containe
the he news that their baggage was WI on the thoray theway tineway
way During the day the Nellsons NelsonR made mde a aour atOlr aour
our of the department deparment stores storef They Theyought Theybou Theybought
tOlr bou ought > ht much This howevert however was Wi be beathor beforo berore
foro the mesage message came from the the brdes brdesfathor brides bridesrather
rather Among the articles arice were ere a hat hat a acady aray aready
ready made mlde dross dre and a pair of shoes shoesElated Ihoes IhoesElated shoesElated
ray Elated by b the news of parental parntal forgiveless forgive for lve lvene
less the couplcarranged couplearrln to go to tine tle thca thcare thcatre
ne tre re tonight They had e just ju t entered entert1 the thelining theillng theliming
of the Walton when young youngiVail youngWall
lining room Wnton YOlnp
Wall illng was announced Innouncd the He was WI greeted greetedvith Freted Fretedwith greetenslth
Wal with great WIS cordiality Then the trio tro sat sattown BatI sattown
town Jrat afterward cordialy attending tho play It Itvas I IWil Itnas
vas said aid Iferani by Mr 11 Neilson Nellol tonight that with withhe wih wihthe withhe
Wil
I the he arrival arrh11 of their baggage agglje their thtlr troubles troubleslll
lll 1 be b ended ende
CZAR GETS RESERVES READY READYOFFICIAL READYOlFIOII READYIOFFICIAL
OFFICIAL OlFIOII OTICE lOTIE TO liE PRE PREPARED PREPAIED P1rEPARED
PARED PAIED FOR FOl A C4LL TO ARMS ARMSDenplin 018 018Ul8pll AR11Slesptte
Denplin Ul8pll Tills TI18 81 t Petersburg P terbors Declare DeclareThat DeclarelTat DeolaretThat
Tat That Outlook Outook for Peace leee In Improvlng ImprovlngIteply ImprolncRlply improviniHeply
Iteply Rlply to Japan apn Not Drawn Up UpToklo UpTokloOlmment UpTokk UpTokkloterninent Tokli TokliGovernment
Government Olmment la Authorized uthorlze utlnorJzed to Taki TakiOver Tke TkeOr TaluOver
Over Itallroadi Rairoad for Military 111tary Purposes PurnoieiSpecial PrpI PrpISprclal PurposesSpecial
Special Cabin Dtsvatchcs Dtlatcht to TInY SUN SDKST SUNST SUNSr
ST PETERSBURG Jan Jln 25 25I 25It It has II nlroadi nlroadibeen Ilrd Ilrdhlen aIroad15cm
been hlen oabloci chled to TUB 111 SUN that thlt there there1 thereis is grea greapopular Iat Iatppulr greal grealpopular
popular ppulr ignorance Ignornc in Russia RUla concerning ooncernlnithe cnCring cnCringthe
the Far Eastern Eatern question queston and that thi thipeople thopople thpeople
people pople have hve displayed displayd only the smallest smallesinterest smalest smalestInterest smallestinterest
interest In tho subject Today Tol how however however however
ever for the first Irt time tmosome somo show of pub publio publo publiolniterost
lio lo liolniterost interest Interst began bgn to tots bo manifested manlfet manifesteaIthougt manifesteaIthougtnothing although althouglnothing althoughnothing
nothing approaching a I war fever can n I Idiscerned b lx lxdiscerned
discerned discernedThe dlBCrned dlBCrnedThe discernedThe
The change was WI brought about abut by ai aiofficial an anofcial anofilcial
official ofcial notification notfclton that the first frt line lne re reservists relenlsts reservists
servists lenlsts residing in St Petersburg Peterburg mus mushold must musthold musthold
hold themselves In readiness radiness for a possiblmobilizatjon possibli possiblimobilization psible psiblemobimton
mobilization mobimton These Tee reservists rnlsta are ar largely largelysuch lgely lgelysuch largelysuch
such men as lI drosky drolky drivers dr er porters prtera am amlaborers and andlaborels andlaborers
laborers laborels and to many of them the official offlcianotice ofcial ofcialnotc officialnotice
notice notc is the first frst indication Ind Icaton of the possl posslbility pssl psslblty poseibility
bility blty of war warConsequently warConsequently ar arCnsequenty
Consequently Cnsequenty there was much curious curiouigcssip ourlou8gClp curiousgossip
gossip In tho streets strets and mutual mutul question questioning qu questionIng ton toning ¬
ing as al to what wht the trouble is about abut Those Thosinot Thol Thosehot
not informed Informe shook their heads headl doubtfully doubtfullyand doubtruly doubtrulyand
and expressed expreed the opinion opion that tht England Englnd li liat II IIat in inat
at the bottom btom of the trouble troubleThere tuble tublefhere treubleThere
There was a 0 sharp shrp depression deprion In thi thistock tbestock tbtstock
stock market marllt almost all al securities scrte falllni falllniconsiderably falng falngcnsiderbly fallingconsiderably
considerably cnsiderbly Speculation Spcullon was almost almosta at ata ata
a standstill standstillDespite ItlmLtl standstillDespite
Despite Delpite these facts there is I every reason reasoito rPlon rPlonto reasonto
to believe beleve that t t the outlook outok U Ii becoming becomingbetter boomlng boomlngbler becomingbetter
better bler It I id it stated sttd reliably relably that Russia Russitha1 Ruslaha Russiainns
inns ha verbally verbly declared decle her willingness wlUlnge t tgrant to togrlt tcgrant <
grant grlt the Japanese JapaneB demands deand although athough the thireports thereports threports
differ whether the concession concessionwill concessiomwill
reports difer as a to conoslol conoslolwi
will wi meet Japans Jlpans reputed repute irreducible Irreucible mini minimum minimum minimum
Russias formal reply has not
mum hl ye yebeen yet yetbeen yetbeen
been sent senti indeed it has ba not yet been forniu forniulated rormulated tonmuhated
lated in writing writingTOKIO writingoKI writingroco
TOKIO oKI Jan 25 25The The Russian reply tithe ti to tothe tctine
the Japanese Jljanes demands has not beer beeireceived bn bnreleiecl beerreceived
received There Is
releiecl no new development devolopmonin
in the situation The Official Gazette Gaele pub publishes pubIfhes pubhishee
lishes Ifhes an ordinance empowering the he Govern Governnwnt Governmnt Governfluent
fluent to tako tlke over the control cntrol of all al Private privadrailroads prlvalerairoads Privaterailroads
railroads rairoads for military mitary purposes purposesLONDON PUrsl purposesLoNDON
LONDON Jan 21 26A A despatch despach to the theDaily thoDaiail theDaiZ
DaiZ Daily Daiail Maiitromn Mail from fOI AVarsaw Warw says srs saysthat that arrange arrangements Irrnge Irrngements urnstagenente
ments have been bn concluded cncudtd for calling caln out out
in the Kharkoff Kief Kiefand Klefland
31000 300 moro reserves resrYes Karkot Klet
and Ind Odessa Oe districts dittrict If necessary necessaryAID neossry neossryCHI necessaryCHINAS
CHINAS CHI AID FOR FOI JAPAXf JAPAXfIleport JAP4NReport JAPArRlprt
Report Rlprt That an Army ArI of ZOOOOO 200 Will Wi II IIPut Il IlIut tImitt
Put at t Mikados 1lkatol Disposal DisposalHlitrlal DsPsal DsPsalpttlal Dhsfiosal5prtal
Hlitrlal Cable Ciblf DeipateH nnpatl to TirE T Sm SmHONO 8t SViHoxu
HONO Kosci Jan 25 25Tn THE SUN SU corre correspondent cre crespndent conrespondent ¬
spondent spndent has ha been informed inlormed by a high highChinese highChinCo highChInese
Chinese ChinCo officer ofcer that an arrangement has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been ben made mlde between btween China and Japan Japn at atPekln atPekln atPekin
Pekln In accordance Iccordnce with which China Chin Is Israising 1 israising
raising 200000 200 well wel equipped euipped troops troop to toplace toplace i iplaco
place at Japans Japns disposal disposalThe dlApsal disposalThe
The Thetroopamblngri troops troopearabeing am being raised e In the twdierent twdierentprvlncf different differentprovinces differentprovinces
provinces prvlncf each province provice guaranteeing guaranteeingequipment guarlnteen guaranteeingequipment
equipment fllipnent pay py and supplies suppliesThe supple suppliesTine
The southern Buthorn Chinese Chln0 are ae highly Indig Indignant Indignant Indlgninut ¬
nant over the Russian Ruila occupation oupt n of Muk Mukdenwhioh Mul Mukdonwhicii
denwhioh they regard rega as 1 sacrilegerOIlEtN sacrilege sacrilegerOREA 8rlege 8rlegerOREo
rOREA rOREo MINISTER RECALLED RECALLEDlie RECALlnJf
lie Jf Notllle olle StateJepartnient NtateDeprment but > o oHeaioni onealonl oileasons
Heaioni Are rl Given ClyrnWASHINGTON mnnWASIINOTO GivenVssiUxovo
WASHINGTON WASIINOTO Jan 25 25Mlnhul Minhul Cho the theCorean tineCorean
Corean Cora Minister called cle at the State Stte Depart Department Deprt Deprtment Department ¬
ment today to Inquie Inquire for news In regard regardto regar
to the riot situation Iltuaton at Seoul Soul and to give giveassurances giveMlurnncf giveassurances
assurances Mlurnncf that American Americn interests Interst would wouldbe wouldbe ud udbe
be protected protecte The Minister Mi nlster expressedregret expressed expressedregret I
regret over the assault Isult on the American Americanelectrio Amercn Amercnelectrlo Americanelectrio
and Bald that thatthe thatthe thatthe
electrio car line lne employees employeO sid
the persons prson concerned cncred would be b punished punishedHe punishe
He le II also indicated that the Corean Corea Govern Government Covem Covemment Government ¬
ment was WIS able to handle the situation situationTho situaton situatonThe situationTho
Tho Minister brought information informton that thathe thatbo thatlie
he had been recalled recaled by his Government Governmentand Goyermont Goyermontand
and that thlt Corea had declared decare that she Ihe would wouldremain wouldremain wouldremain
remain neutral in the event of war between betweenRussia betwen betwenHussia betweenItussia
Russia and Japan He le loft a copy cpy of the thedeclaration thedeclaraton tinedeclaration
declaration declaraton of neutrality neutrly His Is successoris successor BUCOor BUCOorh
is h Yi Kun Sang Sng There are a lot of rumors rumorsas rmor rmora
as a to the reason reln for Minhul llnhul Chos recall recallbut recal recallbut
but nothing definite dolnle on the subject has hasyet IIJ IIJyet innsyet
yet appeared appearedThe appared apparedTh
The Th collier cler Porapey Pompy left lef Cavite Cavie yesterday yesterdayfor y trday trdayfor
for Chemulpho Corea Cora by way of Shanghai ShanghaiIt ShanghaiI
It I is said aid she has hl United Unied States Statel marines marineson marnes marneson
on board bard who will wi be b used uld If I necessary necessaryto necBry necBryto
to augment the company of 100 10 now guard guarding gad gadIng guardbig ¬
ing the United States State Legation Lgaton and ad the theresidences therlsldtncl theresidences
residences rlsldtncl and places plactl of o business Llslnf of Amencans Amen Americans A meri mericans ¬
cans at Seoul SeoulBerlin Seoul SeoulBerlin
Berlin Berln advices advics received letive by the State Statein StateDepartment StateDepartment
Department today wer were to the elect effect tat tatin that thatin
in official olcal circles crcle them was Wi greater hope hop for forpence forpeaco forpeace
pence between betwen Russia and Ind Japan JapanCount Jap JapanCount
Count Cassini Caslnl the Russian HUBlan Ambassador Ambassadorhad Ambldor Ambldorhad
had an interview today with Mr Loomistine Loomis Looraisthe Lomi
the acting Secretary crlar of State Stlto in regard to tothe tothe tothe
the RussianJapanese HlssianJapaneR crisis crsis The Te news newswhich newswhich newswhich
which he brought indicated Indicted a growing be belief b beilef ¬
lief on the part par of his Government in ma tho thoprospects thoprofpect8 tineprospects
prospects ler of peace peac the Czar Cz being bing especially especiallyanxious espoialy espoialyUlxioul especiallyanxious
anxious Ulxioul to go to extremes to avert lort war warRussia warRussia ar arHussil
Russia Hussil however i il is worried over the re reports rePOrl reP ¬
ports POrl P ° nth that the entire entre sympathy RYathy of the loose Roosevelt RcM RcMelt loosencIt ¬
velt elt Administration Administrtion Is with Japan and it is isfeared Isreared isfeared
feared reared that thlt the circulation circulaton of such informa information Informalion Infornmntion ¬
tion among Imong the Russian people peple may cause causea CUI
a wrong interpretation Interpretaton to be b placed on the theposition theposition tineposition
0
position of the United tnlted States which Is that thatof thator thatof
of a deeply interested Intersted but strictly stricly neutral neutralnation noutralnaton neutralnation
nation nationNo nationNo
naton natono No o objection to the intention Intenton of this thisGovernment thli titleGovernment
Goverment Government to send 8nd Consuls Cnauls toManchurian toManchurianports to Mlnchurlan Mlnchurlanports Marnehurianports
ports has hl been bn offered oIered by Russia Russi and the thnmatter thAmater theanatter
matter was not mentioned mentond hi I the interview interviewbetween Interviewetween interviewbetween
mater between Count Cassini aBlnl and Mr LoomisCOLD Loomis LoomisCOLD Loomil LoomilCOLD
COLD WAVE MODERATING MODERATIdIfteen MODERATINGFifteen UODWoTIO UODWoTIOllrn
Fifteen llrn Degreei Ierel1 Below Dflow Zero Zro In Chicago ChicagoSuffering ChleacoSlrrln CinicagoStterlng
Suffering Slrrln In the thl Northwest NorthwestCHICUOO NorthwtCmcAoo lorthwetCnrcAoo
CHICUOO Jan 25 25Today Today was the coldet cold coldst cold8t
st day of the season thus thul far the titer thcrnometer thermometer titernometer
nometer registering rglshrlng 15 degrees degrrs below blow zero jieroit 7roat zerott
at it 8 oclock this morning Toward Towarr noon noont noonIt
It t moderated considerably and this evening eveningmow ceningsnow evenin eveninsnow
snow was W S falling falng The Th centm cntr of the cold coldvave coldwavo eel eelwave
wave was wai in 11 Minnesota 1lnnt80ta Montana andortim and andforth andNorh
Norh forth Dakota Dakotl but In tho extreme extrme British BritishNorthwest BrllBh BrllBhNorhwest BritisinorthnwCst
Northwest It is beginning to moderate moderate1hcre moderatJhcr moderateIhere
Norhwest 1hcre was WI a general golneral olcra bflnnlng snowstorm through throughCansas throu tinroughnit h hout
out Jhcr Illinois 10W Iowa Indiana lIRSOlui Missouri and andKns andKansas
Kansas IlnolA Five inches Inc 00h5 i les of RIIOW Inow fell fel at SI SIjouis SILuis StLouis
Kns Luis Louis it rained at Memphis nnd at Cairo Cairohero Cairothlr Cairoinere
thlr hero was sleet sleetST slee sleetSr
ST Wlf PAUL Minn Jan 25 25Flftylwo 25Flftylwodegrees 25Fiftytwolegreelt Fiftytwo Fiftytwolegrees
degrees below zero and seven deaths from fromreezlng fromfrlCzlng fronmtrrOezing
reezlng the loss 10 of thirteen trainloads trlnloadR of ofihoep ofIhecp ofsheep
Ihecp sheep and cattle catto and tine the delay of traffic trafficire trafo trafoare trafficaro
ire the result rtRult of the tl cold spoil srol in the North Northvest NorthWIst Northwest
vest Winnipeg Manitoba reports five fiveleaths fn fndeaths fiveleatine
deaths WlnnlJ1 nnd the lowest lowest owtst temperature temporalrt New Newiiehmond NewRichmond NewRichmond
Richmond WU WI comes next with a I tam tamjeraturo tlm tlmperturo ternperature
perturo jeraturo of 48 the lowest lowlt in twentytwo twentytworears twentytwoyears
years rears St Paul Paul has a temperature temperatre of 3fl 3fllegrees 3 3de 313iegres
de legrees rC below > eow zero not equalled equaled In sixteen sixteenTwo 81IteenyearR sixteenyears
years yearRTwo yearsTwo
Two more mor delightful dellllful Klortd Flord Tours TCur tie n Oall Patti Pattinorm lll lllnore
more Ohio 0110 TI R n on 01 Kcby 0 and March Marci 8 Only 0n17tr
tr 160 6 round rould trip Itineraries Illerar at Ticket ckt Office lift
IROQUOIS IOOUfWI FIRE VERDICTMayor VERDICT VERDICTMayor ERDCT ERDCTMor
Mayor Harrison lrrlson Held lell for the he Urand GrlUI fur furfor Iiiry Iiiryfor ury uryfor
for L La Lax x Administration AdministrationCHICAGO AiltninlstrationCnmcAao lhnlalstraUonCmCAGO
CHICAGO Jan 25 25Carter Carter H Harrison Harrisonas larrson larrsonas
as Mayor of Chicago Chicgo was wat declared docllrdre docllrdresponsible re responsible responsible ¬
sponsible for the Iroquois Iroquolt Theatre lire fr by bythe bytho bythe
the Coroners jury Jur late tonight He le was waiheld Wil washeld
held to the Grand Grlnd Jury Fire Marshal MarshalWilliam 1arshal 1arshalWllam MarshaiWilliam
William Wllam H Musham Commissioner Commllsloner o oBuildings of ofBuidings ofBuildings
Buildings Buidings George Williams WHlams and Will WillJ WI WillJ
J Davis DIVls as principal prncipl and general manager managerof mnager mnagerof
of the Illfated lrated theatre theatr were wor also hold until untilthey unt untilthoy
they law shall shal be discharged dischrged by ejue ue e courts eOrl of oflaw oflaw oflaw
lawIn
In addition addton William Wilam Sailers 11el the house housefireman housefrmn mousefireman
fireman frmn Edward Ewar Laughlin Lughln building luidlngln luidlnglnsptor in inspector inspector ¬
sptor spector James Jame F Cummings Cumming stage carpen carpenter carpenter canpenter ¬
ter and William Wilam MoMullen MoMulen the operator oprator of olthe ofthe ofthe
the fatal flood tood light lght were held responsible responsiblefor rspnile rspniletor
for the disaster diaster and held to the action aton olthe of ofthe ofthe
the Grand Orlnd Jury JuryThe JuryThe JuryThe
The decision delllon was reached reacho after afer nearly nearlyseven nearlyseen nearlyseven
seven hours hoUI of deliberation delberton The jury juryheard juryhear juryheard
heard hear the I lalt last ant witness wines in the afternoon afternoonThen afernoon afernoonThen afternoornTinen
Then they went to the Comptrollers Comptrollrs office officeon ofce ofceon officeon
on the second floor toor of the County Building Buildingwhere Buiding Buidingher Buildingwhere
where her they considered their verdict The Therecommendati Thereommendat Therecommendation
recommendation reommendat on with wih the exception excpton ol oltho orthe ofthe
the caustic cautc criticism critcism of the Mayor was wa not notunexpected notunexpeted notunexpected
unexpected unexpectedIt unexpeted unexpetedI
It I had been ben hinted linte that the Mayor 1ayor might mightbo mightbe mightbe
be held responsible for his unwillingness unwiingness to tcbear tobear tobear
bear responsibility r8ponsiblt and nd the laxness IlxnCs which whichexisted wieiiexisted Ich Ichexlstei
existed exlstei in all al of the departments which wllchcme wldclicame whichcame
came cme under the fire fre inquiry Hardly Harly had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the verdict venJc been ben announced allounC than the thl work workof workor workof
of making out writs wris was begun begunandslnortiy begunandslnortiyafter and shortly shortlyafter shorly shorlyuter
after uter midnight detectives detectve were sent out to toserve to8rve toserve
serve 8rve them thcl upon pon those held iteiilll41i heldIIMt
7714 IIMt It SHE Sill IILOHS IILOHSSouthampton 10Hf 10HfSouthampton 111005luiinalupton
Southampton Watermen atulen Give re Chase Chul to tli tliWronc the theronr hisWrong
Wrong ronr Kind of a Bight Whale WhaleSOUTHAMPTON WhaleSourlutuPToN bleSOUTIIIPTON
SOUTHAMPTON SOUTIIIPTON J L I Jan25 Jan 25The Theblowin Theblowinof blowing blowingof
of horns and ringing ringlnl of a I bell bel near the shore shonright Rhore Rhorethi shorethis I
thi this Ifternoon afternoon told the watermen that a aright I Iright
right whale had been ben sighted There wi wia Wi was wasa I Ia
a rush rlsh for the beach wherethe where the big fellow fellowcould felow felowcould fellowcould
could be made matn out a mile mi and a half off offshore or offetnoro
shore arid ali travelling truvelng slowly slowlyTho slowlyTine
Tine he old whalers whah were soon afloat atoat man mannlng manning nnanning I
ning two boats and carrying carying harpoons horpoomand lorpoonH lorpoonHand harpoonsand
and lines IncI The Tle school of fish flh which the thewhale thewhale thewinnie
whale was evidently evidlnty following rolowlng made off offshore of offsinoio
shore Ihore somewhat about the time tme the whaler whalerset whalenI
set out and nd tho two boats bats hud a pull PUl of offive offvo offlvo
I five fvo miles nlt or 01 more moreThe mOrf nnoreThe
The boats bOltl came back without a prize prizefor prze przeror prizefor
for the whale was WI not a true right whale whaleand whaleand whalsand
and tho did bother him fhe
men not rea reason reason ¬ I Ison
son for this as iA told by one of them thll was wasHe waf waslie I
He le was a only a sulphur lulphur bottom btom Thats Thatsa hats hatsa
a kind of right whale hale but not not the right rightwhale rightwhale rightwinnie
whale theres therl money in rue he l hone > oiie is soft softand tof softand
and short and the tw fut flt scare tcarC They are artdangerous aredangerous aredangerous
dangerous fellows felo to tackle too If Ii they theyare theyare theyare
are only ony wounded wounde they do do not sound as asmost U Umost asmost
most whales whalf do but shoot shot through the thewater thewlter thewater
water first frst on the surface and IUI then thfl a I Httlr Httlrunder littlitnnder t
nnder at a speed sped like lke torpedo torpdo boats bats They Theyusually Theynietnally hey hey1laly
usually 1laly swamp amp the boat in tow to and to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent that youve got to let go and Ind lose loseyour 10Aeyour loseyour
your harpoon and line lineIf lne lneI linewIt
wIt If I you YOI happen happn to kill ki with the lance before beforethey lMore lMorethey beforethey
they tako alarm you are ar just jut as 1 bad bd off offfor or offfor
for the carcass oarCs sinks like lke lead Itall It dont dontfloat dontfoat dontfloat
float foat like lke rights rlgbt do doXTAY doM4 I
XTAY M4 1 1 ILlvtfWO itILoF1Gn7 1 I FIGHTItELMOX FIGHTItELMOXTo 111 BEMIOXT BEMIOXTTo
To Get Hit 11 East alt Shin 8lll Tunnel nlll J n Illoont IlloontIncdale 1001 llioomingdaie
Incdale In dall Reports to IM Its Advocates AdvocatesJoseph AdvoeateJoseph lhoeatIJo
Joseph Jo eph B Bloomingdale presided pr lded at a ameeting ameeting I Imeetng
meeting meetng of the East Et Side Rapid Rpid Transit TransitAssociation Transitsociation TransitAssociation
Association last lat evening at the Savoy Hotel Hoteland Hoteland I Iad
and ad reported reprted that the Rapid Transit Board BoardIs
Is in favor of an East Side tunnel tunlel but that thatas thatas i
1 as the funds now nowaaiable available for tunnel con construction cn cnbtruc construcilon ¬
struction btruc Ion do not exceed exce 3000000 500 It will willrequire w willrequire i
require an enabling enablng act ac of the Legislature IcgUlatureto Ifgielal ure ureto
to undertake undlrake tho work workI
I apprehend apprelend said Mr Ir Bloomingdale in inhis il Inhis
his report that considerable Ionsl erblo prensur prensurwill prl Inressinrewill Slru Slruwl
will wl be brought brught to bear by the Belinont Belinontinterests HelmontInterets Belmnontinterests
interests Interets to defeat if possible po iLle the project projectto projec
to further rurherwhich furtherwhich which this association 1cnton was formed formedThere fored foredThere formedrliore
There is i no doubt oubt that if an enabling enablinn act actis actIs actis
enablul
is passed pRSt > by the Legislature there will wit be bean hean bean
an offer ofer on the part of at least leat one group groupof groupof groupof
of capitalists capialsts and ant probably prbably more to con construct construc construct ¬
struc struct our tunnel and operate its is railroad railroadThe rairoad rairoadhe railroadThe
The he danger dlnger is that tho bill hi may be defeatedin defeated deflalt >
in the Legislature IlgIJlature and Ind tills must mut be looked lookedto
to with great grat cure The present subway subwaybuilders
builders bu el are showing unmistakable lies hostility hOt liestility ¬ 1
tility tit to the project projtc It I is It clear cear that at this thistime thi tlnitime > 1
lto and all sub subway suhwly subway
time they tine are opposed oppo to any an ai ¬
lmo
way extensions exten lons and unt their influence Inluence unless unlessovercome unlessoercome unlessOvercome
overcome at wly Albany is likely lkely to do injury injul to our cause causeat fuse fuseat aueeat
The report rpor was wal adopted adopte and andthe the meeting meetingadjourned meolng meolngadjourt meetingadjourned
adjourned adjourt > till ti next Monday londlY evening to lie discuss diBCUlS liecuss ¬
cuss CUlS tho route rule for such a 1 tunnel tUlnellnd und to press prexnthe pr pressthe IR IRthe
the matter maier to action actionGIVES 011101 011101J actionIFES
GIVES J IT I ALL HIS 11 SALAHV SALAHVPreacher tlI Ht Htfather tI1 tI1Preacher
Preacher father Accused Cfustd of Milnic 11 In Too 100 Well WellTunis fleIIiurns 11
Tunis lurIM Ipon POI Mil Ib Critics CriticsBOSTON rlte rlteBOSTO cities citiesBosTox
BOSTON Jan Jln 25 25I 25It It wax M announced IIUouneed at atthe atthe atthe
the Warren Avenuo Baptist Baplt Church lust lustnight 1Mnigh lastnight
night nigh that the pastor 8tor the Rev Herbert Herltrt H HJohnson HJohnsol 5Johnson
Johnson Johnsol has hiI given every centof his hil salary salarywhich Halar salarywhich
which is 3500 35 a I year eur for the thn last three threoyears threeeorl threeyears
years eorl toward paying payll the expenses eXJnse of the tlwchurch th thchurch thechurcin
church and to tt rarry tnrry on tho benevolent benevolentwork henevolentwork benevolenitwork
work workMr workMr
Mr 11 Johnson Jolmton has hal been bee 1 pastor pl tOI of the church churchnearly churchnearly cinurcinnestriy
nearly ten years ycarl and although alhough he had hadno halno 1 1no
no meaiiH meallbut but his salary when ho came camehere cale calehere cainehere
here from frol from the very ery first frst he donated donatedfor donatl donatedfor
for the aid of 01 the church 15 500 of his origi original original originai ¬
nal salary of 3000 until unti three years eart ago agowhen agowhen agowhen
when he began Ogll the policy polcy of returning returin his hisentire hlHentre hisentire
entire entre salary salarySoomn
Soon after he came to Boston Hotol Mr 1 John Johnson Johnson Joininson ¬
son married an heiress a niece nle u of former formerGovernor forlll fornnntlriovermnoi
Governor W V Murray Crnno rune Mr and Mrs MrsJohnson MrBJohnton MrsJohnson
Johnson Johnton have recently reenl built bui a I handsome handsomehouse haldsome haldsomehoule tnaindsomnnehouse
houle house on Commonwealth avenue and nndit Ind Indit andit
it is i said that certain remarks in regard regan to tothe 10the totine
the pastors pltors ability abity to live Ive in so arisfl arisflnratic arht aris arisoratio
emlc nratic a quarter which have hlo been made madeby n11ie n11ieby nunieby
by somewhat tomew Iuarter llt unwilling unwiing contributors contribnlll to the thechurch thechurh tinechurch
churh church funds ate responsible repolBible for the an announcement announcflenl announcmnent ¬
nouncflenl nouncement of ffio Ie e fact that not a cent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the money collated olh ted for church expensos expensosIH >
Is devoted to the maintenance mllnmanee of expnso expnsoIs the min minister minIHter imiinikIter ¬
ister or his hi family famiy or establishment establishmentXMAVfHt establshment establshmentEXUU1 establisiimnmentEX11tVOIt
EXUU1 XMAVfHt IEEXES SOV fO FIXED FIXEDMruek IINEIJSlrnck t1R1triiek
Mruek a Man Ian a Pool 001 Shorter Than Tlal Himself Ittutseirfor Himselffor Imsllf Imsllfror
for an al am Allecril lllr1 Insult InsultYONKEBH Insul InsulYONKjRS inuitYOKE85
YONKEBH YONKjRS N Y Jan 25 25As As the result resultf lcHultof
of > f a I street ttroel light Joseph Jofeph H I Feene of t his hisjity hil hilely inlsrity
ely jity a I son on of exMayor exIayor John G 1 Fauna and andi ali aliwel ninthwell
i well wel known society 6ciety man was fined tned ItO ItOwih 10 10vlth 10tritin
wih vlth the the alternative oltrnatve of serving sring ten days in inho inI inho
I the ho city elt prison pron Peene was IS arrested arrERted on onhe onI ottme
I the he complaint of Thomas W Radford a axiokkoeper abokkfepel abookkeepem
bokkfepel xiokkoeper In the Fiegonspan FIlgln pan Brewery Breweryiffico Jreery Jreeryofc Breweryfllco
ofc iffico here who said tld that Peene struck struckdm Itnlck Itnlckhim stnnckInlin
dm without justification justificationPeene jUltlfcatlon jUltlfcatlonPene ustIflcation ustIflcationPeennu
Peene Pene admitted admited tho act and seemed fered to tolory toglory toiory
glory lory in his hll prowess prowel1nt until the police polc called calledits caled caledhlA calledus
its us attention atention to the fact that Radford Iadford is a abot aI aroot
foot shorter than ho He said he had struck struckladford Ilrck IlrckRdford struckFtadford
Rdford ladford lo avenge avtimge an insult offered olered him himnsult himlome himorne
I lome orne tre time ago What it was or what the theInsult tinensnlt
Insult concerned cncered he refused refusd to say and andIndford andIltdford andttndford
Iltdford Indford professd professed Ignorance Ignoranc of having havingiffended havingI havingffeimded
I I ofended iffended Peene PeeneSoathrrnVi Pene PeneI PeeneSoiithern
SoathrrnVi Cairn Im Limited LimitedTo Lhnl1 Limitedri
I To r the Kant Coast na t of Florida FloridaM
M IAI4 Pa II I It I Southern SUlhem lly it The 7heaplendorol uplendor off quip tqulpmtll equIpnlrnnt quiplent
lent And punctual performance ot ttie oircllent oircllentclicrtulr oxerilemntiiIivdtJIO
I mtll clicrtulr Account Accunt for or nupfilor uptror pimonazf piirnale of thin thinrrat Ibll ibIsitnat
arlecul Ircal rrat Ifr dr train tAIn iew i w York ork ofllres Illces 371 211nd and tIeS 1 6 Hway Hwaydr Ilwaydr WRY WRYIfr
390000 GIFT TO A HOSPITAL HOSPITALMISS HOSPITAiMISS HOSPITAL HOSPITALVJ
MISS VJ EMIL EVII A 4 WATSOX FOUNDS FOVXDlA F UNDS UNDSA
A t HOME IOUE FOR Oll COXVALESCEXTS COXVALESCEXTSHives
01 Hives 810OOOO 8100 to Hie tie lie Orthopedic Orthopdi t tllullil to toIull toilinhid
llullil Iull a Combined CClnltnld Technical Trelmlcl School Schooland 81001 81001Mid SchOolamid
and Mid Home lome at While Wile Plains Pal18 and anI MBO MBOOOO 250 IO
OOO 0 to to Endow ItOlft ItGf Hidden Jddfn a YearThrough YearTlnrough Year YearThrough
Through the benefaction beneraton of Miss MIB Emily EmilyA Emiy EmiyA
A Watson Watsn made almost a year ago but butunannounced butunannounced butunannounced
unannounced until untl the annual meeting meetingyesterday metnp meetingyesterday
yesterday yeterdy the New York Orthopedic Orthopelo Hoe Hospital Hoeplalln Hoepital ¬
pital plalln in East Est Fiftyninth Flfynlnth street stret will wi soon soonopen soonopen soonopen
100000 branch at White Plains Plainswhich Plainswhich
open a I 1100 It Whit P1I P1Iwhich
which will wi be both a I home for convalescent convalescentcrippled 10nvalefent 10nvalefentcrippled convalescentcrippled
crippled children chidren and a school sbol for their thohindustrial ther therIndustrial theirInlustrial
industrial education educationMiss eduaton eduatonMiB educationMiss
Miss MiB Watson Watlon who is il a member of the thehospital thehospitl tinehospital
hospital hospitl board bard of supervisors superisors has ha alsoagreed also alsoagreed IIM IIMagred
agreed agred to t endow the new home with a I fund fundof fundof fundof
of 1250000 1250 so that the entire entre amount of her heigift hergift liengift
gift will w be s1OO i5OtJTine 150000 150000The
The institution Instut n will wi be known as a the theCountry theCountr tineCountry
Country Countr Branch and Industrial School SchoolSeveral Sho SchooiSeveral
Several years ago Miss 1IsI Watson Waton gave
00000 for the purchase of one of three threbuildings thr threebuildings o obuidings
buildings 10 buidings which the hospital hOHpltl now occupies occupiesPresident occupes occupesPreldent occutesPresident
President 0 Egerton Schmidt Shmidt of o the thehospital thehospitl thehospital
hospital hospitl trustees in speaking of Miss 118 Wat Watsons WatIons Vatsons ¬
sons Ions latest ltOlt gift yesterday yeter ay said sid that some someyears Ime Imeyears someyears
years ago he had expressed a I wis wls1 wlsYn that the thehoupital thebosplal thelnoepitai
houpital bosplal might some Iome day have a branch brancliwhere branchwhere bramnciiwhere
where pure air all and bright surrounding surroundingmight suroundings suroundingsmight stnrrotmndingsought
might aid the surgeons lurgeons in making the little littlecripples lte ltecripples littlecripples
cripples into Ilto straight stright healthy men and andwomen andwomen andwomenn
women and where tley ley might n ght receive reeive Inetruction In Instruction Instructon ¬
struction structon that would help them iu their thelistruggles their8trggioR tineirstruggles
struggles 8trggioR for a livelihood livelihoodAs Ihelbood IhelboodUAs
UAs As if by magic said Hl he hea a good fairy fairyor fairyorbetter
or orbetter better beter still Rtl a noble generous woman womanhas womn womnhaA womanIiaa
has touched us Ul with her wand and behold beholdthe beholdtheC beholdthe
the theC Country untr Branch and Industrial Indus trial School Schoolhas Sllol Sllolhaa Sctioollisa
has become beome a I reality realityThe realyl realylThe reahltytrhe
The school which is surrounded Iurrounded by fifteen flfteeracres freen freenacrf fifteenacres
acres acrf of land is It being built buit in Colonial Clonial style stylethree stylethree stylethree
three stories ttorl high It will 1 accommodate accommodatefifty Iccommoate Iccommoatefty acconunodatefifty
fifty fty crippled crppled boys bys and girlsAll girls girlsAll glri
All Al the reports read yesterday Iterday empha emphasized empliasized ¬
sized the reprts hospitals urgent need of in increased Increled uncreased ¬
creased creled financial fnancial support urpont President PresidentSchmidt Prident PridentSchmidt PresidentSehnnidt
Schmidt said that the income for current curent ex expenses e expOnSl ¬
penses pele pOnSl runs rM behind 6000 60 yearly Ho le do declared doolared dodared ¬
dared that it was wa for tho public publc to say if ifit i Ifit
it i wanted wantfd poor cripples crippll to increase Incrlo and be become b beconnechargent ¬
come comechargt connechargent charges por on online the community cmmunity or would wouldprefer wouldprefer wouldprefer
prefer to give gio a few thousand thound dollars dola more moreto moreto moreto
to help restore rltore them them to health Mr Schmidt Schmidtpaid Shmidt Shmidtpaid Schmidtpaid
paid a feeling tribute trbute to the late James Jame K KOracio KGracio Kmacin
feln
Oracio President lrlldent Roosevelts H00evels uncle unce who whowas winowas
was WR tho hospitals hopltals treasurer treMUler for many manyyears manyYial mamnyyears
years yearsDr Yial yearsDr
Dr Russell Rus 11 A Hibbs lbh surgeonlnchief surgeonlnchiefsaid
said that 3879 jiatients patents were treated in the thahompltal theinoepitinl
hompltal in the last year par and an 891 89 were re restored restored restored ¬
stored to such a I condition cditon of health healh that thatthey thatthey thattlnoy
they required no further treatment treatmentAt trfatmfnt
At the require he conclusion concluion of the business bUh1e part of oftho oftho oftine
tho meeting meetng te the Rev Iv Dr W V 8 Ramsford Ramsfordmade Hlnsford Hlnsfordmade Rainsfordmmmdc
made a brief address IddrP In the tht course coure ot otwhich orwhich ofwhIch
which he said saidI laid laidI
I hope the time tme will wi como when we will willhave wi willhave
have in New York something like lke a central centralcouncil centralcouncil
council counci for dealing dealng with ith the hospital hOpial prob problem problem ¬
lem a sort of hospital hOplal trust trUt I might say sayIts sayIts
Its Idle to deny that theres thers a great deal dll of olwasto ofwest
west watl at present prEent in charitable chariable and scientific scientificwork scentlfo scIentificwork
work But somo lomo time tmo the common cmlnOnB sense semeand senseand 0 0and
and scientific sclentfo way war wa of handling handlng mioh Juobt1t Juobt1ttors mat matters thattore ¬
tore will triumph triumphHo
Ho wi urged women not to be content cntent to tqdo q4ptheir do dotheir
their urjed work among the lie pqor through hruCh their theirboards Ui ttiIr ttiIrboards lr lrbade
along
boards bade alone alon It vyan wlwomnJ was womans ympathy nympatliypresence ympathyHitch ympthy
presence and knowledge thlt thn qpntedMnc qpntedMncin lnle1
in prenc hOlpltal vor work knowlele I Inc Mid and the feld field for forRuoh forsuch
Hitch work in Now York was enormous enormousDOMIXICAX enormousJlIIINlr4N
DOMIXICAX JJIl14 MINISTER JIISTER HERE HEREIlrliiKlnc IIElt hERElIriing1n I
IlrliiKlnc a Morales lornI18 Petition Itflon Which llel Hal HalUeen ilsuBeen 1 11fln
Been 1fln ranted rantld In 11 Advance AdvanceThe Adunlf AdunlfThe AdvamnorThe
The local loca Dominican situation siuaton became becamemore beame becameminors
more complicated complcated yesterday ytsterday by the arrival arrivalhere arrval arrivalmere
here 111 on the steamer Ponce from Porto PortoRico Portonco PorteItico
Rico nco of Gen Juan Francisco FrnCtco Sanchez SanchezMinister Sanehe7 SanchezMinister
Minister of Foreign Affairs Alair of Santo Slnto Do Domingo Domingo Domingo ¬
mingo Gen Gtn Sanchez was accompanied by bySertor by8elor bySefior
Sertor Abraham Leon 1en his ini secretary ltretar and andinterpreter andinterpreter andinterpreter
interpreter His lit mission i ion is or at least It Itwas It1as itwas
1as was when he left lef Santo Snto Domingo to peti petltion petition pet ¬
tion the United Unied States on behalf behal of Prod Provisional Prodlonal ¬ I Islonal
sional ton President Prelident Morales for recognition recognitionof rognllon I Iof
of the lattors lat r8 de facto Government Goverment and of ofa ofa ofa
a new ConsulGeneral ConsulGenrulln In this thll city cityBut cty cityButt I
But while whlo the Minister was wa on his way waynorth waynorth waynnorth
north the State Department Jlpartmfnt at Wash Washington WashIngton Vash VashIngton ¬
ington on the suggestion 1H e8ton of MinisterPowhh Minister MinisterPowell Mlnlstlr MlnlstlrPOWIl
Powell POWIl has hal given the th Morales regime r glme an anofficial anofcial annofficial
ofcial official status statUI This much already ac accomplished 01 accomplielned ¬
complslld complished Gen Gln Sanchez Hancllz is relieved of ofthoburden ofthehunlln oftine
thoburden thehunlln tine htnrdtnn of at least Ita8t a part plrt of his mission missionAs mI8tlon mI8tlonAs missionAs
As to theConsulGeneral IhelonsulCeneral tli It was wal learned learnedyesterday Itunid leantiedyoertIniy
yesterday that Emillo Emilo C Joubert hud hit been beenappointed hmnappointed beenappointed
appointed to succeed sitel Manuel lllel Galvati Galvatiand Galvarnninth < alval
and that ho personally prluly presented his InI ex exequatur Ctequatur n nequatur ¬
equatur at the State Department a I few fewdays fewdays
days ago Igo Its 11 approval is i > now a matter matterof matel
of mere formality formalityGen formatyGen formnntiityGem
Gen Sanchez Snchez is It a lull tul swarthy SWllthy man nln of
50 years earl He has keen eyes and ant a bristling bristlingblack brttlnl bristlingblack
black blatl mustache He lt comes 10mt1 of a distin distinguished dI8t1 ehletimigiiisined ¬
guished family famiy his hit father fltlr Gen en Francisco Franciscode Irlcito Irlcitode
de Rosarlo Iofrio Sanche was one of the lib liberatorwof lh lheratorAof III IIIerutlreof
eratorwof Santo Hnto Domingo und uld was executed executedby eIluted eIlutedhv exeQuteiby
by the Spaniards SpaniardsThe Spaniardslhne
The Dominican Domln an statesman ltuttsnwn went ent to the thehomo theI tinehornet
I homo of a friend jp in West 18t Fourteenth streeton street streeton Htrtet Htrteton
on Ills hl arrival He will wi live e there during duringhis duril Itiringhis
his stay Hta here la Lalt Isnet t night he was kept keptbusy klpthusy keptintisy
busy receiving rotlvlng the Morales supporters supporterswho lupporterwho supporterswho >
who congratulated him him on the III latest latltt de developments development deveiopmentt ¬
velopments in the revolution revoluton He said saidPresident fld fldPresident saidPresident
President Morales MorallR is thoroughly thorourhly capable capableof
of maintaining malnllnlng peace and protecting proletng foreigninterests foreign foreignInterests foreignIntere
Intere Interests ts The socalled Boealed rebellion rebplon of o Gen GenJimenez OnJlmcne7 ioniimnenez
Jlmcne7 Jimenez will wi be suppressed sUlpreled before hlfre I return returnZLEROVMEX retun retunhome returnlnonie
home homecunoI lnonieCLERGIIE
cunoI ZLEROVMEX lf4ffVKll MIIU TO I LEAVE LEAVEetters UI n n1ltpr VElefters
1ltpr etters Signed ll5nrd Death i tl mn lve Tlieiii Tum Mftests Mfteststo nnC r
Ia 155 to limit It Port Chester ChesterPORT Ilsttr IlsttrPORT hesterPORT
PORT CHESTER CIEBT R N Y Jan 25 2The The Rev Revfolin He Heohn 11evbun
bun J Cross and the Rev Ie Vincent Inclnt rig Cigiano riglano 1g 1gtiano
lano iano the latter later conducting condultng conduct I rig tho Italian Italiannission Ialnn Ialnnmlllon Ital Ian Iannisslon
mlllon nission connected with the 1m First Presby Presbyerlan Preshyterian Prenshyerlamn
erlan Church of Port Chester turned turnediver turnedover turnedver
over to Chief of Police Polce Donovan tonight tonightwo
t wo a letters lelers supposed sUPp td to have been beln written writteny writen writenhy
hy iy > y members me berl of the MafIa Mafl society in which whichheir whichtheir whichheirhives
heir heirhives lives lv are threatened The letters leters give givehe givethe giveInc
the he ministers mlnilterl fifteen Ifeen days to leave Port Porthester PortChtter PortInester
hester or bo murdered murderedTho murderedhc nniurderedTime
Time hc letter received by the Kov Ho John J J08H JCr0 1 1ross
Cr0 > ross reads riad as W follows followsDEAR folows folowsDEAR followsDEAR
DEAR KKV CROSS I let you YOI know that thatf thatIf thatif
If f you do not go away from Port ort Chester Chesterfrom Cheter Cheterfrom Cinensterfrom
from from this village viliagnuyoti laglou 10 you and the other priest priestIlov prCt prCtt priest11ev
Ilov t Vincent Clglfano Cigllno we will wi make you youdepart youdpparl youdepart
depart both dead We give you fifteen fifteenlays tlflfn tlflfndayI fifteenhays
dayI lays time lme and Ind afterward aferward the Mafia Mafa will willlo wi willdo
lo death Signed HIFntdl DEATH DEATHThe UjTI DCtTmrrmne
to The letter loter received recl ed by the thf Hev Vincent Vincentigliano Vinctlt VinctltIglano VIncentighiamno
igliano Iglano rends reldl the same lame The letters leltrs are areilated aredatd arelatOd
ilated Port Chester Ch ter N Y Jan 20 1904 1904At 194 194At 1904AL
At the top of each Pich is II u I skull 81 < 1 and crows crowstones crol crossbones
honts bones tones within a circle crcll At the bottom Is Isvritten It Iswrittenn
writen vritten 1 3 1 which means meantthat that this Is i81m i81mI the theant tim timlast
I ant notice notce the writer Tier will wi send sendChief tend tendlhllf sendChief
Chief lhllf Donovan inns III advised advited the clergy elergynen etr etrmen clergyutter
men to stay ItlY in Port Chester Cheter hester and aid the thejolice thopolce timejolice
polce jolice to run down the criminals They Theylay Theyfaf They4ay
lay they will wi do so soThe 10 10he isorite
faf The he Rov Dr Cross rORI in It assistant to the theJov Ihenev tineRev
Rev Charles A Brugler rector rltor of fashion fashioniblo fashon fashonable fashionride
able St Peters Church located locatld on West Westihewter Wft Wftch Westimester
ch ihewter ter avenue 1t1ue The church is If a 1100 100000 100000itructuro 100000structure
structure and is attended atended by a number numberif numbr numbrof
of if f wealthy New ew Yorkers Yorkel who have sum simmnor sumnor summer
nor homes homt along the Sound The Rov RovVincent He HeVlncntClglano 11evVincent
VlncntClglano Vincent Cigliano is about 30 years old oldnarried oldmarred oldmarrIed
marred marrIed and lives Ivf in Brooksvilte Brooklvlf He In Inery f fely ferery
ely popular ppular among hl hil his followers followersKAMOfS folowers folowersMOlS followersFAMOLS
KAMOfS MOlS TRAINS TRI S TO FLORIDA FLORIDAN O IJ IJInjn
N s Y Ii Ha Ja Special al J10 P M iFrvteW iFrvteWrnn Fla 8 8indian A Wesl Weslndlan
Injn indian i Let 925 35 ex A M Li 2ln Unescellwl i service via viatna viaFCflhI
tna i Atlantic lanlc Coast Line L ce i81 l Ovty UwayAd A < li
WOVEN MOlt A COFFIZtSteai COFFIX COFFIXSteal COFFIl COFFIlSteal
Steal Flowers Foer From the Casket Cet of Rlri RlriWhelen IJI IJIbeen MniWinchn
Whelen been Ureenoucli In Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPHILADELPHIA PiadelphIa PiadelphIaPmLDELIU PhiladelphIaPmLADELPIIU
PHILADELPHIA PmLDELIU Jan 25 2GWlh 25WIth With a crowc crowcof crwd crwdor crewd crewdof
of morbid women among a ong whom yen yenmany yer yermny yensmany
many mny maids mid and matrons mtrns of society societyfighting sioty siotyfghtng societyfightIng
fighting fghtng for a I glimpse glmp of the coffin cfn the body bodyof bodybf
of Mrs Mr Violet Whelon Greonough Grnough was wasborne Wi wasborne
borne bore to the hearse hear today ty Women Womol crowded crowdedthe orw oronmdedthe ed edtho
the street stret and besieged bsieged the door dol of the theWhelen thoWhelon theWhalen
Whelen home for admittanceMrs admittance admittanceMrs Idttnc
Mrs Mr Greenough Grnough was WI a bride of less leB than thana
a year Her husband who was WI Malcolm MalcolmScollay Malclm MalclmolIY MalcolmScoilay
Scollay olIY Greenough Urnough of Cleveland Clevolnd died while whilethey whie whiethey whilethey
Mrs MrsGreenough MrsIroenough
they wore on their honeymoon MI MIGrnough
Grnough Greenough died while whlo giving givig birth to e ebaby a abby ababy
baby bby boy who Is II livingThe living livingThe lving lvingTho
The Greenough Ornougl1 marriage mariage was one of the ttumost themost themost
most fashionable fahionable of the season sasn The bride bridewas brldoWI bridewas
WI was one of the to aristocratic Iritrto Whelena Violets Vloletiand Vlolotl Vlolotland Violetsand
and bride roses ross were wer the flowers nOWOr at tine tlufuneral tbetuneral tinefuneral
funeral funeralThe tuneral funeralThe
The services srics were wer attended atended by only tine tlufamily thofamiy tinefamily
family famiy and a few friends When the coffin coffirwas cfn cfnwas coffinwas
snatched the thiflowers thefowors theflowers
was carried cried out the women snathed
flowers fowors from It They carried crlod away thibride the thebride thebride
bride roses rs and the violets violet and when the thicasket thecsket thecasket
casket csket reached rached the hearse hoal it was wa almostbare almost almostbare almostbar
bare bar
barePolice Police Polc were wer finally fnaly called caled to drive UK UKthrong Ulethrong thethrong
throng back backWHOLE backJ
1 1WHOLE
WHOLE J 10 BLOCK IlVRXED lURIED OUT OUTForty OUTForty T TFort
Forty Fort Families Fmles Homeless In Bayonne b bFires I Irl bIres
Fires rl the Police Polc Think Tlink Suspicion SuspicionForty Supicious Supiciousorty SUspiciousForty
Forty orty families famies were made mdo homeless las lasnight 1lt 1ltnight lastnight
night by the burningof buring or a row of three thre star starframe story storyframe storyframe
frame tenements tonemnt In Avenue A venuo C near Twenty Twentysecond Tenty Tentysocnd Twentysecond
second socnd street Itrt Bayonne Byonno The fire fr is I sup supposed suppd supposed ¬
posed to have he started str with wit a gas aaexpl0lon aaexpl0lonlfore explosion explosionBefore explosionBefore
pd Before lfore the firemen fmen could cud do much mub work worlthe workthe wonhithe
the block was wa ablaze ablaz from end en to t end Thidamage The To Tod Theditmage
damage d mage was WI estimated etlnted at atO 65000 65000Most 05000Most
Most of the tenants tennt in the burned bure house housewere hou houwere houseswere
were Hebrews Hebrewslnd Hebrewsand and the synagogue near ner b bwas by bywa bywas
was opened o to give them sygogue shelter sheltr for tli tlinight the thenight tinenIght
wa night In ne the excitement excitemnt Mrs Mr Dora Dor Nou Nouliaus NeuhaU Nouhues
hues haU became bme a I mother She was sen sento sent sentto sentto
to the hospital hospitalThere hospitl hospitlTher hospitalThere
There Ther wero two other fires fres in the neigh neighborhood neighborho neighborhood
borhood both said sid to have hve started strtd b bsomething bImethlng by bysomethIng
something Imethlng borho happening hppning to t gas ga meters metr The Thething Thoplc Thepolice
police sid saId they thoughUhere W was some something something
thing plc more mor than tlln a coincidence clncldonc in this thi A Apoliceman A Aplcemn Apoliceman
policeman plcemn reported rpred having blvlng heard one on ma masay mn mnsay mann mannsay
say to another anotherWhy anothertWhy
Why t anoter anoterWby you have hve been burned out twice twiceyou tice ticeyou twiceyou
you was luckyThree lucky luckyThree luky lukyTro
Three Tro weeks wek ago a 0 whole block blok of ten tenments tone tonements
ments on the other side of the avenue w wbumed W8 was wasburned
burned ment bured and the synagogue s ogue had h to t shelter sheltca sholtr
a hundred hundt or more mor of the homeless homelessGVFFEY homele homelef homelessflTFFEI
GVFFEY f FFEI AS A1 CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAXHellef CHAIRVAl CHAIRMANticilef
Hellef Rllef In Plttsborc Pllburs That Tt Ills 111 Selection SeleclloDepends SelectionDcpends I I IPITBDUBO
Gorman GormanPITTBBURO GermanPrrrsiiuEo
Depends Uepnc Upon Upn
PITTBBURO PITBDUBO Pa Jan 25 25It It Is believehere believe bleved blevedher believedhere
of the Demo Demoo Demooratic I Iortc
here her that the chairmanship chinship
ratio o ortc national ntol I committee cmite will wl probably probablbo prbbly probablybe I
bo b given lven to Col Cl James M Ouffey Outey the multi multiDemocrats mult multimillionaire
millionaire 01 oil mn roan of Plth Plttshurg urg Ladin LadinDmorts LoadIng LoadIngDemocrats
mllonir Democrats of this thi city who are ar well wel In Informed Infored Informed
formed fored Dmorts on national natoal politics poltc say HY tliat thlt the thesentiment thelntment tinesnntlminent
sentiment of party opinion is running runningstrongly runningstrongly runningstrongly
strongly lntment in favor flor pary of Cal Cl Guffey GuJey for national nationalchairman ntonal nationalcinairnian I Ichalmui
chairman chairmanCol chalmui cinairnianCol
Col Guffey cnjoyn the dual distinction distinctiorof ditncton ditnctonor
of not Guler only being favorably favorbly regarded rgarded b bthe by bythe bytine
the not leaders who stayed Itard with Bryan Bian duringhis during duringhis duringhts
his two leaeN disastrous disastrus campaigns cmpaign but la I also alschighly alRohghly alsohighly
his highly regarded by the tle menwho men wio have haveEast hve hveoome haveomesck
oome omesck fSare jflQtiiOp8rty Q tho pary 9tPclhsifl uJoI18 ne neEt e eEast
East Et His HIl 1 friends trlens i say sytbaHn ttathis acceptance aceeptarioof
of thenational niol chairmanship 011 depends depen1upon dependsupon
upon lb whether Senator Sntor Arthur Arhur P German Gormaiis GOrn GOrnIs
is the Democratic Demoortu candidate canldlto for the Presi Presidenqy Prli Prlidcroy Presidenoy
denqy denqyto denoyCoiGuffey
dcroy CoiGuffey < 01 Guley when whenseen sentonlght tonight refused refusedals refusedo
to o discus als us the he mattershoTs matter matterSHOTS mater materSIIT
SHOTS SIIT FIRE OX 0 11ROADWAV 11ROADWAVCons llOnr llOnrCop REV 4Dr4v 4Dr4vCops
Cons Cop Pursue PUrU Fighters Flhtfrl by Car and ah ahand abani at atanti
and ani Nab Them ThemBalrd Tlem TlemirdWoodsol ThemtThtird
Balrd irdWoodsol Woodson a negro bellboy belboy at theMartinique th thMartinique the theMartnique <
Martinique Martnique apartments aprtmentl and Louis Masso Massoan llaBo llaBoan
an Italian Itlan of 287 28 Seventh avenue avonuegot got into intca intoa
a fight at thirtyfourth street Atrt and Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway
way at 1230 121 oclock oclok this morning Woodsor Woodsordrew WoRon WoRondrw Woodsondrew
drew drw a razor rzor raiornd jmd Masse Mal8 pulled puled out a revolve revolveand revoherand revolverand
and ffred fd two shots Ihots hitting hiting no one as faras far faiasjlhe faras
as asjlhe the police know knowmen klow klowButh hemnowBoth
PIe
Both Itlan Italian and negr negro run PoIC PolIce PolIcemen
men Torpey Nochbar and Rohrs Rhrs under undewhose underwhos tinderwhnrn
whos whnrn whose Torpy noses nOBS the shooting shotng occurred occurre chased clmseithe chaHd chaHdthe chasedtine
the Italian Ialan the first flt two cops on a westbound westbountThirtyfourth westboundThlrlyfourh westboumntiThirtyfourth
Thlrlyfourh Thirtyfourth street stret car Cp and Rohrs Jth in i icab a acab acab
cab They nabbed nabb him him at Thirtyfiftl Thirtyfiftlstreet Thirtyffh Thirtyffhstreet Thirtyfifthstreet
street and Seventh avenue Other Oher police policemen polce polcemen 1011CCmen
men caught cught the negro nepN An excited excied crowi crowiwatched crowd crowdwatched crowdwatcined
watched both bth chases chasesHROCKWAV dlas dlasItClWU cinnusesJSIIOCIlI41
HROCKWAV ItClWU FREE FIlJE TODAY TODAYNoted TDl TDlotll TOD41oleil
Noted otll oleil Counterfeiter olttrfrUer May 11y He le Arrested ArreMeion rrl8tlt
on 1 Canadian ndlan Charges ChargesTRENTON CllrKl8 CllrKl8TRENTON CiiangeuqBETO
TRENTON Jan 25 25Wllam 25William William E Brock Brockway Drockway Brockway
way the counterfeiter counterfeier who mite hl served servedseven serve servestwen servedatevemi
seven years yeal of a ten yehr Yt r term ttrm in State Statepriwon Stuteprion Stateprison
prion prison will wi be hI released releaed tomorrow morning morningHe moring moringle
He will go to tho United States Court swear swenithat twear twearthlt swearthat
that le thlt wi he is a pauper and then will wi take G Gtrain I a atnalit
train for New I Havon IaJ Comma COln if I ho does doetwhat doeswhat o t twhat
what he says he will willThere wi willFliers
There Thtrt i Ii is a report that Brockway will wi In Inarrefited heorrefted ln lnarrested
arrested orrefted as soon loon as I he is out of prison pr80n fortorgemles for foiforgeries
forgeretand forgeries und crimes crime committed commlted in II Canada CanadairOW Canodat CanadawO1II
irOW IV t HIRT InlT IX 1 JIRIDOE BRIJOE RVSH RVSHKnocked RlUlllkrd hlfShIIiimoiKed
Knocked lllkrd Oovni 1011 and 11 Wrist Broken Iroktn liy b Mn MnRunning Inn Manlitmanimi InnRnnlll
Running Rnnlll litmanimi for Car CarElizabeth CarElizblth CarElizabetin
Elizabeth Elizblth Furren arren 50 years old a I hat maker inakeiof makerof
of 182 Montauk avenue Brooklyn had Iad he heleft lien horleft lienleft
left wrist broken during the rush at the thiBridge theBrdge theBridge
Brdge Bridge about Ibout 0 oclock last evening eveningShe eveningShe eveningShe
She had h5d la just got off or of a I Bergen street car caiwhen carwhell carwhen
whell when a man running for a car bumped intolien Into intclier Intoher
her knocking her down Her left lef wrist wrlsiwas wristwaH wrIstwas
was fractured in il the timefall fall fl She was wal attendee attendeeby atended atendedby attendedby
by Dr Wells WtIH ehis of the timelfudsoin Hudson Hudsol street stret hospital hospitalThe hopital hopitalThl hospitalThe
The man got golaway away unmolested unmolestedMay unmolesteda
May 3imn a Call al all Mormon Church President PresidentSALT Irtsltnt IrtsltntHL Presiicmit8mr
SALT LAKK LK Utah Jan 25 25ThoH Thosa in incharge il ilchlrRe unchnnmrge
charge chlrRe of tho campaign against United UnitedStates UniwdBtaleH UnitedStates
States Senator Snioot have received reclwd in information InforJaton infornmnation ¬
formation forJaton from frol Washington Wlhllglon that President PresidentJoseph Plsl PresidentJoseph elt eltJosph
Joseph F Smith of the Mormon oron Church Churchnnd Churchamid
Ind amid his Am 1 plural plurl wives wlvel will wi be summoned summonedlo Slnmonec
to the capital to testify tety in the Smoot case caseIt cat caseit
It I is il also 0110 announced announc here that tat eight eigh of the thetwelve thetWIhe thetWhle
twelve apostles and their plural wives wiveswill wivewi wiveswill >
will wi be culled culledAI culed I IAI IAl
AI Adams da1 Appeal to Highest Ilrhest Court CourtAssistant CourtA8itant CourtAssistant
Assistant A8itant District Attorney Atorney Gans Gan is I going goingto gollg gollgto
to Washington WUhlngtol today toda to argue the case caseugainst cOle cOleugalnsl caseimgalnst
ugainst AI Adams Adamt the policy plcy king now nowin nowIn nowinn
in Sing Sing Hil Adams AdamI has hl1 appealed appeal > to tohi toth toin
th hi in I it United UIII States Htutet Supreme Court on the theRioumm theIOllnl tinegiotimens
Rioumm IOllnl Hat at Ida hl own papers papr were Illegallyseized illegally illegallyleied Iegaly Iegaly1II7ld
1II7ld seized mad Ind used u as evidence eldenC against aaint him himiind himInd iilnrnmid
Ind mid that the fl policy polcy law of this thi State Statewhich Statewhich Statewhicin
which makes makts tills possession ptsesslon of policy plcy slips slipsevidence slpl siipmssvinisnce
evidenc evidence of a 1 crime is unconstitutional unconstitutionalFine uncnstttinal uncnstttinalI
Fine I hle Skating Skln tp at Van al Cortlandt CortlandtIf Corlndt CorlndtI
If I there t isnt Ilnt the finest Inost skating skatng in tho thoity thocity thoity
city ity on 01 the lake in Van Cortlandt Cortandt Park Parkoday Parktoda Park0day
toda oday it wont be b the fault of Park Com Comnissioner Commlslioler Commissioner
mlslioler missioner Shmidt of The Bronx Brnx Ho has haslud haahad hasad
had eighteen wagons carrying carrin dirt dir stones stoneseaves stonesleaveR Stonesleaves
leaveR eaves and twigs from rrm the lake le forfour for forfour rorfour
four daye When the lake lkn froze rr over overpsterday overYf8terday overyesterday
Yf8terday yesterday the Ice Ic was as 1 clear cear as l crystal crystaliccording erAtal erAtalRccordlng crystaitccording
iccording to the park people peopleOecrfoot peple pepleOeedoot peopleDeantoot
Oecrfoot Firm Sauaio SauaioMad S SaiaasMad
Mad Iad of the tender meat of dairy dlr fed fat young youngirkers J youngxmrkcrs < unr unrprkrrs
I prkrrs irkers daintily dalnlly seasoned Montl with llh snorted JeclP aplcea aplceary aPlcesTO spiceirns
TO rns ry Adt A dr a two IwoDlnc twonotmami oound packaie Heware ewar of Imitations ImitationsAdt tmlalon tmlalonA lntttatiomnoJ
J
BAILEY BAIY SUES WIFES WIFS IFES BROTHER BROTHERLATEST BROTHR BROTHRLATEfr j jLATEST >
LATEST LATEfr OUTCOME OF ADIROX ADIROXDACK ADIO ADIItONThICK f
ThICK DoOK GVXSHOT USlOT ROMANCE ROMANCEE ROVoNCE i t
1 <
E II I Coe Arrested In Action Aoton for Damages Damagesfor Dmase 1L 1Lfor j 1 1ror
for Alienating Alenatns the Affections Afectlons or Ills IliaSister Il ft
Sister oiipe oiFe Oie Airs Ilrs Kerr From Fom Bailey BaileyConspiracy Dley Dleyonsplrac HalleyConspiracy
Conspiracy onsplrac and False Evidence EvIdenc to toPart toPart I fl flPat
Part Pat Them Tlem Bailey Daie Makes Ilakes Affidavit AffidavitCharlea Amdavl t 1 I a aCharles
Charlea W Bailey Biey who is I the vice vicepresident vic Lh 1 1president it itprsident
president prsident and treasurer trlurr of the BaIley BailoyBanks Biey F r rnks
Banks nks J < t Biddle Company among Imong the thelargest i Z Zlargest 1
largest lrgst jewellers jewelers In Philadelphia Phiadelphi and andwho t 1 tt ttwho 1 1who
who married on Nov No 8 1000 10 Mrs M Selino SelinoA Sln Jl I f fA V l lA
A C Kerr Ke after Ifer they had both been n ac accidentally accidentally ¬ 7rt 7rtcldentaly
cidentally cldentaly shot by the same sme bullet bulet In i the theAdirondacka theAdirondacks ij I
Adirondacks Adirndcks line ha begun bgn an action Ictonln in the thoSupreme theSupreme t tSuprmo 1
Supreme Suprmo Court Cour to recover rco1 1100000 1100 from fromE frm frmE
E Holloway 1oloway Coo Co of 608 Fifth avenuemis avenue avenuehis avnue f fhi
his hi wifes wlos brother for the alienation Ilenton of ofMrs f n nMrs
Mrs Mr Baileys Bieys affections alectons On the strength strengthof strngb I Iley 11 11of
of a number numbr of affidavits afdavits submitted by Mr MrBailey r t tBailey
Bailey ley and attached atached to the complaint complaintIn complint complintI J Jin
In I his hi action Justice Justc Gildersleevo Oiclerleov Issued Issuedan Iud Iudan issuedan
an order r yesterday for MrCoes llrCos Mr Coos arrest arrestand arrestand
on ystery ara
and he was wa taken into custody yesterday yesterdayafternoon yestery yesteryaferoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon aferoon at his hi office ofc at It 133 Front Frontstreet Fn Frontstreet
street strt by Deputy Dputy Sheriff Walgering Walgerig Mr MrCoe MrCO MrCoo
Coo CO was Wi released rleasd on giving a surety surty bond bondof bnd bndof bondof
of 1250 25000 25000The 25000Tine
The affidavits IfdvIs prepared pnpard by Mr Baileys Baileyscounsel Bieys Bieyscoull BaIleyscounsel
counsel coull Stem A Rushmore Rushmor set st out In Indetail Indetaicharga i
detail detaicharga detailcharges charges which allege alege that thlt Mr Coo Coehas C Coohas
has ha made lndo ever since sinc his sisters marriage marriageto marage marageto fr frto
the most determined efforts effortsto
to Mr Bailey iey deterined etorl
to separate sparate them and to procure prcur for Mrs MrsBailey llr i iBaIley
Bailey ley a divorce divor In brief Mr r Bailey Bailoyasserts Biey BieyaBrs t tassertB
asserts aBrs that tht Mr Coo C sent snt out his lL private privatesecretary privatesortary it i isecretary
secretary sortary on a mission mision to procure procur with tho theaid thoaid r raid
aid of a private prvat detective an affidavit affidavitmade afdvt afdvtme 411 411made
made me by a woman wom of low repute rpute that tht she shehad se seha shehad
had ha been bn intimate intlate with wih Bailey Biey since sinc his hismarriage hi hismarriage
marriage mariag into the Coo Co family famiy The affida affidavit afd ¬ t tvit
vit was wa procured prrd and Mr M Bailey says when whenlie 2 2ito
lie come back from Europe a year ago agowith agowith
with the body of his hismother mother who had died diedIn 1 1In
In Nice he was confronted by his wife wifewith wifewith
with this affidavit and she practically practicallyordered j I Iordered
ordered him from her sight sightMr sightMr
Mr Bailey and Mrs Kerr who was the thowidow I Iwidow
widow of Chauncoy F K Kr r were in a hunt hunting huntlag
lag party in September 1600 1900at at the lodge lodgoof l lof
of E Holloway Coo near the Tahawus TahawusClub TahawusClub
Club In the Adirondacks Air Bailey Baileyhad s sbad
had been courting Mrs Kerr but no en engagement ¬ j jgagement
gagement had been announced On Sept t
13 the entire party went out after dear dearMr deerMr
Mr Bailey Mrs Kerr and a guide made madeup I Iup
up ono party Dr Charles T Dado of
63 East Fiftysixth street a guest at a aneighboring aneighboring
neighboring camp was out with another anotherparty anotherparty
party Dr Dade fired at what ho believed believedto 4 4to
to be a door It turned out that thatlie ho had hadmistaken hadmistaken
mistaken MrBaileysreddish Mr Baileys reddish brown shoot shooting shootlag ¬
lag jacket for the animal and Dr Dads Dadesbullet Dadsbullet
bullet struck Mr Bailey in tho small of the theback 3z 3zback
back and deflecting entered Mrs Kerrs Kerrsright Kerrsright
right thigh smashing a bono and inflict inflicting ¬ i Im Imlag
lag injuries which necessitated the ampu amputation ¬ t 1 1tation
tation of the log above the knee kneeMrs i iMrs
Mrs Kerr and Mr Bailey whose wound woundwas m mwas
was also pretty serious returned to this thiscity t tcity
city she going to the homo of her mother motherMrs 4t 4tMrs
Mrs E Frank Coo at 103 Fifth avenue avenueand avenueatd
and ho to a hospital Their engagement engagementwas u Ii J Jwas
was announced shortly afterward and they theywere if i iwero
were manvied ma tried at Mrs Coos liousn on Nov
8 In April JB02 it was announced that thatthey 1
they had separated Bailey went to Phila Philadelphia ¬ f t tdoiphia
delphia and his wIfe to o her apartments at attho j
tho Bolkenhayn Bolkenhaynitoiley BolkenhaynIalloy
itoiley says in his affidavit that shortly shortlyafter 4 4after
after his marriage Mr Too began to show showdissatisfaction i i idissatisfaction
dissatisfaction on account os Bailey be believes behievetu ¬
lieves of an apprehension that Mr Coe Coemight iJ iJmight
might lose certain property interests in inwhich innwhich
which Mrs Bailey was a concerned In InJanuary i iJanuary
January 1002 Mr Bailey went to France Franceto p1h f
to join his father Joseph T 1 Bailey and andhis tJ
his sister who had sent him word that thathis ft ij ijmist
his mother had died suddenly Before Beforehis F Fhis
his departure Mr Bailey received from his hiswife i iwife
wife a very affectionate farewell letterand letter letterand
and on his trip ho wrote to her a number numberof ii iiof
of times But ho received no reply until untilhe untilhe
he landed here oil Feb 10 when a special specialmessenger specialmessenger
messenger handed him a note to the effect effectthat L Ltinint
that Mrs Bailey was in terrible anxiety anxietyand and andsuffering I ii iisuflerimng
suffering severe mental anguish Mr Bailey Baileyrushed BaIleyrushed
rushed up to OH8 Fifth avenue and was wasmet i i innet
met at the door with the advice not to go goupstairs goupstairs
upstairs to neo his wife Ho went up uphowever t thowever
however and she repulsed him saying sayingthat 1 1tinat
that she lte had evidence of his unfaithful unfaithfulness ¬ 0 0ness
ness All ho could leant in in addition wus wusthat w wthat
that some woman had made a statement statementimplicating s simplicating
implicating him and that Mrs Bailey was wasin wasIn
in possession of it He denounced the thestatement J Jstatomenit
statement as a lie but could get no satis satisfaction ¬ k kfaction
faction from either his wife who was hys hysterical hysterical ¬
terical or from Mr Coe who remained remainedsilent i isilent
silent silentMr I1 I1Mr
r
Mr Baileys subsequent efforts to obtain obtainan
an explanation from Mr Co Comm produced producedmerely if ifmerely
merely a reply directing him to Mr Coes CoesattonieyHenry Coesattornieyllenrv
attonieyHenry D Hotchkiss of 35 Nassau Nassaustreet 4 4street
street Mr Iiotclikiim informed Thomas ThomanW j
W v Barlow Mr Baileys Philadelphia law lawyer ¬ L Lyen
yen that ho understood that Mrs Bailey Baileydesired h hdesired
desired a divorce on the statutory grounds groundsMr
Mr halley protested his innocence anti nndwrote iitt 1 IT ITwrotetohiawifetehhinglnerthathebeiloved
wrote wrotetohiawifetehhinglnerthathebeiloved to his wife telling her that ho believed believedthnt j jthud
thud there was u conspiracy on foot to todestroy I Idestroy
destroy their happiness and Inviting her herto I Ito
to return to him and live with him in Phila Philadelphia ¬ 1 A Adelplnla
delphia Having reason to believe that thathis I I Ihis
his previous letters from Europe and else elsewhere ¬ i iwhere
where had never reached Mra Bailey he hetook i Itt Itttook
took care to see that this one was delivered deliveredto
to her in person but he got no reply and andsince jr jrsince
since that date April 11 1002 ho has been beenunable s sunable
unable to hold any communication with withher m mher °
her fr frMr
herMr Mr Bailey employed Stern A Rushmore Rushmoreand l 1i 1iand
and urged thorn to find out what lay at attho atthe
the bottom of the business A court order orderwas orderwas
was then procured for the examination of ofE 1 1E
E Holloway Coo and Mrs Emma Coe in inanticipation inanticlpatiotn
anticipation of an action which Bailey Baileythen it itthen
then Intended to bring against the unknown unknownwriter n nsriter
writer of the alleged defamatory defaniatory statement statementin
in Mrs Baileys posaraHion No examina examination ¬ u utioti
tion was held but Mr Baileys lawyers lawyersgot lawyersgot
got a copy of tine statement statementIt 4 4It
It purported to bo c rIiduvit idavit made by q
Violet Walsh of 1835 Filbertstreot Filbcrt streot Phila Philadelphia Philadelphnlim ¬
delphia before Isaac L Miller a notary notarypublic 47 47public
public mend in it wan a statement that the theaffiant i iafliamit
affiant had been intimate with Mr Bailey i t tinn
in Philadelphia on several occasions in 1001 1001Mr 1901Mr
Mr Bailey swears that he had never neverseen neverscent
seen or heard of any Violet Walsh and andthat 2 2that
that any such allegations wore false Ho Hothen
then began a systematic inquiry which whichhe I
he says in his affidavit has enabled him himto n t tto
to clear up the whole matter iind to show showup i itip
up the wicked conspiracy originating with withthis withtitle
this defendant K Holloway Coo to In Injure j urn urnno I Immmc
no in my reputation arid to alienate from fromne frontme
ne the affection and companionship of my myvlfe mywIte
vlfe vlfeMr
Mr Bailey discovered as he alleges allegeshat allegesthat
hat ono Mazlo Allen whom he had never neverween I Iseen
seen until he met heron her on Jan 13 1004 In the theifllce i n noffice
office of his ini lawyers had made the Violet VioletWalsh VioletWaLsh
Walsh affidavit at the instigation of Henry
K I Johnson a private detective engaged engagedfor engagedfor
for the purpose of procuring the affidavit affidavitby affidavitby
by William Virtue Mr Coee private secre secretary ¬ If
tary Virtue Bailey says Is now serving servinga
a sentence for bigamy on Biackwells BiackwellsIsland BlaekwellaIsland
Island IslandMr S SMr
Mr Bailey winds up his affidavit with the theitatement thestatement
statement that ho began an action in Phila Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
delphia on Oct 13 1002 for a divorce from fromMrs fromMrs
Mrs Bailey on the ground of desertion desertionDial 1 1That
Dial action is still pending pendingIn
In an affidavit appended to MrBaileyir MrBalleysSSIiliam MrBaileyirWilliam
William Virtue swears that shortly aftnr aftnrVIr aftsrnIr
VIr Baileys marriage to Mrs Kerr Kernn Mr Mr7oo Mrloo
7oo whose confidential secretary Vlrtuo Vlrtuohen virtunthen
hen was instructed him to loofeflpMr loofeflpMrlleys looicnvp Mr MrRnileye
Rnileye lleys habitaandascertal habitsandascertaimXwbUr or
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