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nccelvlng Sentence ntenoe of Seven Year YearImprlionment YeanImprlonmenfDled TearimprlonmeitDted
Imprlionment ImprlonmenfDled Died In Court IIoui IIouiWithin IloUlIIWithin liousiWfthln
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In III Ills Schemes SchemesRemarkable Remarkable Career CaretsSpectal CareerSpulill CareerSpectn
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LOKPON LO PON Jan 2 28Whltaker Whltaker Wright th thpromoterwho the thepromoterwhowrecked thprornoterwhowrcked
promoterwho promoterwhowrecked wrecked tho London Londonand and Glob GlobFinance GlobeFinarco GIobFinance
Finance Corporation Involving many my 1 1financial in infnancial ix ixenancial
financial fnancial ruin died suddenly this thi afternoon afternoonwithin ateroon ateroonwithin aiternoonwithin
within an hour after aCer he had been ben convicted convlcteiof
of fraud rrud and sentenced sntenc to seven year yearpecal yar yarp yearpetal
petal aenritudo aenritudoThe slmtudc slmtudcTe servttudoThe
p The Te newspapers newaper do not conceal cncal the theraplcion their theirIlcion thelimplcion
Ilcion raplcion that Wright committed comUte suicide suicideAlthough suicideAthough suicideAlthough
Although Athough a postmortem potmorem examination examinton wit wilalone wi wialone witalone
alone place plac the matter mater beyond byond doubt doubtsuperficial i isuperficial a aeuprcil
superficial euprcil examination exmination of the body by re revtaled r rRled revealed
vtaled Rled indications indiatons that are ar consistent consitent will willthe wih wihthetMory witthe
the thetMory theory that ho took poison One paper papeistates papcstates paperstates
states that lie had poisonous tabloids ii iihis in inhi Ichis
his hi pocket and adds that ho recently rcnty told tolca tolda tolda
a a friend that if ho wer were convicted cnylcted he would wouknot would wouldnot wouldnot
not leave the court cur room rm alive aliveThe alye alyeThe aliyeThe
The jury jur before bror which Wright was wa tried trlecbrought triedbrught triedbrought
brought brught in a verdict vrict of guilty guUy on all al counti countiin cunts cuntsin
in the indictment Indlcmlnt These Thes charged hiirwith him himwih hiniwith
with wih having lalng as director dirtor and mana mn ger gr o othe or orthe olthe
the London and Globe Gob Finance Financ Corporation Corporationmade Corporton Corportonmnde CorporationmAde
made circulated and published publshed certain certairmaterial crain crainmaterlll certainmaterial
material particulars paricular which ho know to btfalse bt 0 hofalse
false ra1e with intent to deceive decive and defraud defraudmembers derraudn defraudmembere
members n mbr shareholders eharebolder and creditors crdiors ot otth orthe ofthe
th the companyThere company companyThere companyThere
There were wer twentysix counts cunts in tho in indicment Indic indicPment
dicment dic ment alleging aleging fraudulent rrudutent manipula manipulation ¬
tion of the London Lndon and Globe Gob Finance Financ Cor Corporation Corporation Corporation ¬
poration to the extent of between btween 15000X 150 150and 1500000and 15000Xand
and S2Oo 2000000 this being bing only a part par of the thepromoter3 thoprmoter thepromoter
promoter prmoter crooked work which hlch resulted resultedIn rsuled rsuledI
In I a total loss of the capital cpial of the com company cm cmpany cornpany ¬
pany and ad the incurring of debts to the theamount theamount theamount
amount of SI5oO 15000000 more mor The trial trialhlch trialhich trialwhich
which hlch took place plac In the Kings Bench Bnch Di Division D DIiion ¬
vision i lon of the High 1Igh Court Cour of Justice Justic had hadconsumed hadcnsumed hadconsumed
consumed cnsumed twelve days daysA
A large lrge crowd was wa present prsnt to hear hr Jua Juatlce Justlc Juntire <
tire tlc Bigham Bighm sum up The Justice Justc would wouldask wouldask wouldask
ask the t jury ju 1 h no said sid to t find fnd a general gneml ver verdiet verdict verdiet
diet of guilty guUt or onot not guilty The To suggestion suggestiormat suggeston suggestontt suggestionthat
mat tt a verdict vrict of guilty guly would blacken the thememory thememorr thememor
memory memor of Lord Lrd Dufferln Dleri or Lord Lr Loch Lh who whtfcad whoIad whaad
Iad fcad ad been bn connected cned with wih the company companymust cmpny cmpnymust companymust
must not deter detr the jurors jurr from rrm reaching reachingtheir raching rachingtheir reachioLtheir
their own ow conclusion cnclusion He denied that tht I Iwould It Itwould it itwould
would have hye any ay such effect elect These Tes moihad mon monhad morhad
had honestly honeUy made md mistakes mistakesJustice mitkes mitkesJust0 mistakesJuetiod
Justice Just0 Bigham BI b characterized chmctrizd the London Londoiand Londonad LondorandOlobo
ad andOlobo and Globe Gob as 8 a gambling gamling concern cncm Ho re referred r referred
ferred ferd to t the te peculiar pculir way In I which thou thousands thou1cof thoua
sands 1cof a of pounds tuda sterling strig 1lag were wor convertecInto converted cnered cneredito convertedinto
Into ito millions on paper He asked asod the jury jurytQII jurjIp
01 pprHe
Ip t f9r form is t8 Pt own pplnlon pplloqo of Wrights Wrghts trips trlpito tripst1 trlpto
to t1 Jvfw N York orkand and Paris Paristhe Parl ParisThQ
o the Th jury jUr was WS sent fnt out about abut 2 oclock oclockMid ocock ocockAd oclockand
Mid Ad was wa aiio not rot long in I reaching rachg its It verdict verdictThe Yrict verdictThe
The T Court our at once nc sentenced ontncd s Wright to tcMven toITen toMYEO
Mven years penal servitude servitudeJustice servitudeiutico
ITen yor palsrltude palsrltudeJutl
Justice Jutl < Bigham BIgliatninpaaalng Inpassing Iplg sentence sntnc said saidthat sid sidtht saidthat
that tht he could culdenthlng couldeeo see nothing that tht in any way wajcould wayoould ay ayculd
could culd excuse excus the crime He could eoud not conceive con cn cnIvo conSctive
ceive Ivo of a worse wor cane ca Therefore Terfor ho felt fellhe feltbe feltlie
he must mut visit the prisoner prsner with the severest severestpunishment severesipunishment svert svertpuishment
punishment puishment allowed alowe by the section sction of the theCompanies theCpres theCoinpaffles
Companies Cpres act under Wder which conviction convictiorhad cnvicton cnvictonhd convictionhad
had hd been bn made madeWhen mde mdeWe madeWhen
When We Wright was wa told tld to stand stnd up am amwa and andWa andwas
wa Wa was asked aed whether whethr he had hd anything anythig to t nay sajwhy ly lywhy naywhy
why sentence sntec should shoud not be passed pd upon uponhim uponh uponhim
him h bo said sid in i a firm fr voice olc I am as a mao tnnocent maocent
cent cnt of any ay intention intenton to deceive deive as any Iny one onein oneI onein
in I this thi court room roomAfter rom romAter roomJJler
After Ater being beni sentenced sentnce Wright was re removed roo roomove removed
moved move to the to retiring retring room rom of the te court courtHe courtHe courtHe
He was WI in consultation consultton with his solicitor sollcitoiabout solcitr solcitrabout solicitorabout
about half an hour when he suddenly suddenlyfell suddenlyrel
fell rel from frm the chair cbal on which ho was W8 sitting sittingto sittng sittngt
to t the floor Bor unconscious unconelous Ho did not re recover reCOo recover ¬
cover COo consqioimnoss consqioimnossA cnlou nCs nCsA
A doctor dotr was Wt hastily httly summoned smmoned fromRlngs from fromKings fromKings
Kings College Clege Hospital Hospitl which is just be behind behind behind ¬
hind the Law Lw Courts The doctor dotr remained remainedwith remainedwith
with wt Wright till ti his death which occurred occurredabout occurredabo1t
about 4 oclock oclockMany oclok ocloklnny oclockMany
Many of Wrights friends rrend said sld that they theywere theywere theywere
were not at all al surprised surrise at hearing hearig of his hiedeath hisd hisdeath
death d a th They Tey said ho was wa washabitually habitually habitualy sucking suckinglozenges Bcking Bckinglozeng suckinglozenges
lozenges lozeng and such things throughout thrughout the thetrial thf th thtrial
trial tial and ad they believe he was prepared prpare to tocommit tocommit tocommit
commit suicide suicideWright suicideWright suicideWright
Wright was wa sentenced sentence at 3 oclock oclok DrAttie Dr OrAttie Drtie
Attie tie the physician physcian first frt summoned ar arrived arrve arrived ¬
rived rve at 3JO oclock oclok within five fve minutes minuteaf
St f the thecal thecall call Seeing Seing that Wright Wrght was in a aetate aelte astate
state elte of utter collapse eollpB ho summoned Dr DrFritchard DrPrrhard DrPritchard
Fritchard Prrhard but death took tok place before beforethe beforete beforethe
the te arrival arva of the te latter ltt physician phycian They Theyrefused Tey Teyrefu Theyrefui
refused refu refui to t state stte the te cause cas of death doathWhltaker deth dethb dethWhiaer deathWhltaker
Whltaker Whiaer Wright was W8 one of tho greatest greatst greatstubble
bubble b financiers fancier in history hisr Prominent Prominentmen Pmlent Pmlentre
men re lent let their names nam to his schemes and andtt
th tt tha English EgUsh public publc had ha faith faih in him himWright himWright himWright
Wright wan W8 born bor in Cheshire Cesir England Eglnd
in IMO and came ce to this country In 1860
Be went West Wet and became beae countr interested Interte in inmines inrln inmien
mines rln At tho age of 31 he had ha mode and
lost several seal fortunes rorunes but wan then mae worth worthmore worh worhror worthmOre
more ror than tha 1000000 100 Wright was wa one of
the pioneers plcner of Leodvillo Ladvie Col Col In I the thoer
latter er part par of 1370 he came cme East Eat after afer realiz ralz ralzon ¬
ing iflOn on his mining properties and ad made madenors madeLiO
nors mOr LiO money In speculation speculationThe pelaton pelatons mae maemOr
The sp s spectacular ctaoular tacul part par of his lifo Iro began In Inin Inwntn
1889 wntn when he reture returned to England He
tuned turned his ntenton attention t to A1tralin Australian in mining
properties prhorerlts and took tok up the Lake Le View Mine Minetch
hfch tch was wal then paying 11500 1160 1500 a month mnth Ha Haorganized HeOcrganlzd HoOrganlzi
organized Ocrganlzd the West We payng Australia AutmUa Exploration Exploraton ExploratonlrUnny
Company lrUnny and sold shares shaf1 at lt first frt for a attmres amg aShilling
Shilling mg each Ther There W8 was money In the thefline
fline Ine and big diviends dividonds were paid The ThenrC
ttmres nrC sold as 8 high hlh as 8 tfso 116 150 and prominent prominentmen
men 1fle were Wef among the stockholders stCckbolder Wrights Wrightspeople Wrightsreputaton Wrightsreputation
reputaton reputation a as 0 a prmoter promoter W8 was made ad and the theeOple
people pOple eOple rushed rUhe to invest Invet with wih him himOut
Out of this thl company came the London Londonsled Lndon LndonBInd Londonand
BInd and Gobe Globe Finace Finance COoraton corporation which con con18te consisted
18te sisted sled mostly mosty of Whter Whftaker Wright and andand
hat he represented represente To The Marquis Maruis or
Dud DulTerin elrn beao became preident president of the company <
and an It t was capitalized caplale at ll0 1000 10000000 6i0 compny 0pr No NoWM
bdy body bl has yet lee learned wbat whatits I ts atul actual capital capitalwas
WM a The Te company was Wa formed fore In 507 507out 897
Wuen hen the Australian comPy proportywan turning
Austa turng
out MOOWOB So 600000 a month mont montnext
In the next three thro years yer Wright Wrght was
at a his hJ height He organized mining niinin
heght le organize mning
Slid od exploration xploraton companies compalC and ad ope rail railworkingcapital rai telroad
road aad Ot Icorraton corporation eleven In al all of wlb which the theo
total o a capitallzatic was COO7000 The
caplalzatcn Wl 1810 Te Teorkg
workingcapital WOrkhg orkg caial capital of or all al the companies so solearned
1 far as has ha been ben learned lee amounted amoWfet comvo to 12 12Withln 2 2thWLI 2itljin
Withln itljin Uln a year ycr after afer the organization of ofjne ore
jne thWLI the e London ndon and Globe the LokeViewMino LokeViewMinoand Lake View Mino
to LeVlewllne
alhelln ftiied in il its output Wrght Wright explne explained that thate
he e had a ben been misled In regard to the mine mineand
and had overpaid mle in rega previous dividends dividnd mno mnoTand
credulous Tand Cl The ine ed > uus public publc ovefd believed bleve him 11m and remainedcedu remained remainedcredulous
The Bc Ber Bcer r war brought brught a tight tght money
market r et and the te stability stabUty of fro the be Wright WrightBCheirmi Wrght WrghtJe Wrightchemen
BCheirmi chemen K bza began t to u 0 be quetone questioned < 1 l by the theI the1ndoD <
1ndoD Je D Stool Sto k Ee Exchange To The Lndon London and andiObo
G I iObo ob nee neecjej SOad 25000tjO and the leaer leaders In int
tho Wright rlght Interests Intrts raised t tie e sum b bforming by
rOrng forming a 0 syndicate syndlct among ras themselves themselvesThen themlve themselvesThen
Then foes foe In tho London Lndon Stock Exchange Exchangeattacked Excige Excigeatftchke Exchangeattacked
attacked atftchke Wright On Dec D c 20 lOOO 10 shares shareeof share8o sharesof
of o the t e London Lndon and ad Globe 000 fell rel from frm 13 tc tc8V t toand
8Xand 8V < and the company failed rale to t meet mot 1U 1Uations It
ob11atoU 0 igations ations on the Exchange The new newthat news newsthat newsthat
that its checks coks had ha been bn returned reture became becamcurrent bme bmecurrent becamecurrent
current and ad it suspended suspndo Thirtytwo Thirtytwimembers Thirtytwomember Thirtytwomembers
members member of the Exchange failed fale and Ind stock stockof stok9 stok9of stocksof
of all al the London anti and Globe 000 companies companlebecame cmpaies cmpaiesbeme companiesbecame
became beme worthless worthle The amount of mono monothat money moneythat moneythat
that had been ben sunk in the thocompany company cmpy that tht thus thuwent thus thuswet thuswent
went wet to ruin rin was WI about abut 80000000 80000000A 00
A meeting of the company cmpany stockholder stockholderwas stckholdor
was WI held In January 1001 101 and Lord Lrd Duf Dufferln Durrerln Dufferin ¬
ferln was wa hooted hott when he tried tre to speak speakBut speakBut
But he was wa so s frank lrnk about abut his connection connectionwith ccnneton ccnnetonwth connectionwith spa
with wth the enterprise entrrs that he turned ture many may o othe of ofthe ofthe
the losers IC8er from frm enemies to t friends It I wa walearned wa wan wanlearned
learned loared that ho had lost practically practcly all al hli hlifortune h8 h8rortuno his hisfortune
fortune tht Wright Wrght promised prme that the Lea Leadon Ln Lndon London
don and ad Globe Ooo would settle stte and resume resumebut rumo rumobut renumobut
but it never didIn did didIn didIn
In the meantime mon tme Wright continued cntlue t tlive to tole tolive <
le live In a fine house hous in Park lane lno and main mainvited maintine maintamed
tamed a magnificent cuntr country place The Tholquldatbn Theliquidatin
tine mFnlfcnt
lquldatbn liquidatin 0 of the cm company y wt was postponed postponeduntil > stpned stpneduntl
untl until Sptember September lOt 1901 and then Wrght Wright In Invit invited
vited vit tho fullest rulet Investigation InvestigationTho Investgaton InvestgatonTho
Tho investigation Investgaton showed showe that tht some somoassets somiassets someIts
assets Its had been bn inflated Infate about 11500 150000 150000and 1500000and
and that S2 2500000 o of the reserve resere had gon gonno gone goneno ne neno
no one knew knw where wher The fictitious fcttous valu valualiens vnluatons valtiatlons
aliens atons put on the properties propertes aggregate aggrgat
111775000 It was found All Al the director directorexcept drtor directorsexcept
1117150 I WI
except Wright Wrigh were exonerated exonerte Then Theithere Thenthere Thenthere
there came an outcry outcr for his arrest arrestWright art1 arrestWright
Wright fled fod to this thll country countr u I year ago ant antwas and andwas andwas
was arrested arrlted as soon as ho landed Ilnde here heroHo hereHe hereHo
Ho was confined in tho Ludlow Street Strt Jail Jalfrom Jal Jailfrom
from W8 March 10 until unti July 28 and having havinilost having108t havinglost
lost an appeal app al against extradition extraditon In the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States < Supremo Suprme SupremeCourthewas Courthe Court he was Wn taken takeiback takenback takenback
back to England En land The Te day before brore he was wnitoken wastaken wastaken
suffered anattackof attack of vertigo vertigocaused vertigocaused
taken away he sutered an atack verlpo verlpocaused
caused by the excitement exciement of his hi expectec expectecrelease expctea expctearlof expected expectedrelease
release His niece Miss Brown who came carmwith cme cmewith camewith
with him to this country went to Philadel Philadelphia Phladel Phladelhla lhiladelphia ¬
phia hla when ho was arrested areste and remained remainetthore remainedthore remainedthere
thore thoreWright thoreWr thereWright
Wright ht boasted bosted that he had lunched with wltlKing withKing
King Wr Edward when the latter lter was Prinoof Prnce Prnceof Prince Princeof
Klnl Edwan
of Walea Wale1 and had dined with the King o otho of oftho ofthe
tho Belgians not to mention menton a score scr o oDukos or ofDukes
Dukes Bellln Earls Erll and Lords He owned the thiyacht thoyacht theyacht
yacht Sybarita and was once onc commo commodore ommo ommodoro oommodore ¬
Sybaria Ind
dore of the Portsmouth Corinthian Crnthian ClubWrights Club ClubWrights ClubWrights
Wrights wife who was a Philadelphian Phlladelphiarand Phiadelphin Phiadelphinand
and married him in that city still sti owns ownsand ownsami ownsand
and lives lves mred on his English Englsh country estate estateBELATED eetateIIEL4TEI estateIZELATED
BELATED IIEL4TEI BEQUEST OF S21OOO S21OOONewark 200 200Newark 34OOOliewark
Newark Get It From rol Executor Eecutor of Mai MaiWho I IWo Ms Msiho
Who Wo Died 20 Years Year Ago AgoI
I am Joseph O Nichols of 330 35 Washing Washington ¬
ton tn street stret and I want to see 80 the Mayor Myor of ofNewark orNewark ofNewark
Newark on business b1InC said a man 80 8 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old who entered enter the office onc of Mayor Dor Doremus Doremus Doremus
emus yesterday yswrlY and accosted aocsted Capt Albert AlbertDosser AlbertOaser AlbertGasser
Oaser Gasser the Mayors ayors private secretary secretaryThe secrtr secretaryThe
The Mayor was wa out and Capt Oaseer Gar volun volunteered volunter voluntoered ¬
teered ter to transact trsact whatever whatver business busine Mr MrNichols MrNichols MrNichols
Nichols had In mind mindMr mindMr mindMr
Mr Nichols took tk from his pocket pcket a check checkfor checkfor checkfor
for 24000 10 drawn dm to the le order of Joseph Josph O ONichols ONichol 0Nichols
Nichols Nichol and signed signe by James H Shackle Shackleton Shakle Shakleton Shackleton
ton assistant aqlstnt treasurer treaurer of the Fidelity FidelityTrust Fidelty FideltyTrst FidelityTrust
Trust Trst Company CompanyMr Cmpany CmpanyMr
Mr Nichols indorsed Indore the check chelt andhanded and andhanded andhade
handed hade it to Capt Cpt Gasser together with witha it
a copy of the te will wi of his cousin Ci Joseph JosephNichols Josph JosphNichol JosephNichols
Nichols Nichol in which the te residue ridue of the testa testators tst testators ¬
tors estate was wtlert left to the Newark Hospital HospitalJoseph Hospital HospitalJoseph
Joseph Josph O Nichols told Capt Cpt Gasser OtBer that thathls thathi thathis
his hi cousin died dle twenty years yer ago leaving leavinga levig leviga
a considerable cnsiderble estate estw and after artr making lib liberal lb lberl jiberal ¬
eral erl bequests bequts to relatives rltive to tth thiTAmericah thiTAmericahBible thAmericahBible ercah ercahBble
Bible Bble Society Scety home and ad foreign missions missionsAnd missionsOi missionsand
And Oi the to various Tarou Newark charities oharltes he left lefttho lertthe leftthe
the residue roldue to t the to hospital hospitalAfter hospit hospitalAfter
After Artr paying the te bequests bquet Joseph Joph O ONichols ONichol 0Nichols
Nichols Nichol had ItlOOO 110 11000 left lef He placed this thisIn thisIn thisin
In savings banks where it accrued accre interest interestuntil Intrst IntrstuntU interestuntil
until it amounted amoWte to 24000 24000Tho 240 24000The
The money will wi probably be claimed claime by bythe bythe bythe
the Board Boar of Health which operates oprts theCity the theCity theCity
City Hospital HospitalASSEMBLYMAX Hospitl HospitlASSE1BLnUN HospitalASSEMDLYPhIN
Wouldnt Pay Py Fare and Was Wal Put Off 01 Train TralWill Tain Trainwill
Will 11 Sue Pennsylvania llallroad llallroadELIZABETH nalroad nalroadELIZABETI ItaitroadELIZaBETh
ELIZABETH ELIZABETI N J Jan 28 20Almblyman 20AlmblymanToma 26Assemblyman 26AssemblymanThomas Asscmblymai AsscmblymaiThomas
Thomas Toma P McGlennon Iclennon of East Est Newarlwas Newark Newarkwas Newarkwas
was ejected ejeted from the Atlantic Atantc City Ciy Express Expressat
at the Pennsylvania station staton hero her today todaybecause todaybcus todaybecause
because bcus he refused rerusd to pay his fare to Tren Trenton Trn Trnton Trenton ¬
ton whither he was W8 bound Uund to attend attnd a sea session ss sssion seasion ¬
sion of the Legislature Lgislature McGlennon Mclenon re received recive reoelved ¬
ceived cive no pass pas from rrm the Pennsylvania Rail Railroad RU RUrad Railroad ¬
Thinking ho the victim victimof
road rad this year was victm victmof
of an oversight ho paid his faro rae in the first firsttwo frst frsttwo firsttwo
two weeks wks of the session sssion Recently Rcnty how howover however howover
over he heard that the pass pl had been bn with withheld withheld withheld ¬
held purposely purosIY and he determined to make makean makean makean
an Issue l8ue of the matter matterWhen mater materWen matterWhen
asked for his ticket ticketshortly ticketshortly
When Wen the conductor cnductor aked tcket tcketshorly
shortly shorly after aCer leaving leav1n Newark Newak this morningMeOlennon morning morningMcGlennon morningMclennon
McGlennon Mclennon said sid that he was wa a member of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Legislature Igislatur and produced his certifi certificate certf certfcate cortificate ¬
cate of election electon and a lot of passes pa8S from fromother rromother fromother
other railroads This Ths did not suffice sfc and andtho ad adthe andthe
the conductor cnductor had the theexpre8sstopped express stopped here hereand heread hereand
and ad McGlennon IIclennon was put off offThere 01 otTThere
There is a State law which provides that thatmembers thatmembers thatmembers
members of the Legislature shall shal be b carried carriedfree caied caiedfree carriedfree
free by the railroads rairoads of the State when on onbusiness onbueines onbusiness
business bueines for the State McGlennon lcOennon It is isunderstood isunderstood isunderstoodintends
understood understoodintends intends to test testhis his rights rightain in the thecourts thecurts thecourts
courts courtsffMlOft curts curtsJuron courtsMitYOfl
leld Held In the Sum of MO saooo SOOO for the Iroquois IroquoltTheatre Iroquol IroquoisTheatre
Theatre Tealre Disaster DisasterCHICAGO DisasterCincLoo Dlaster DlasterCI
CHICAGO CI cGO Jan 20 20Mayor Mayor Carter H HHarrison Hlaron HHarrison
laron Harrison appeared appear before bfore Judge Walker Walkerif
if the Criminal Court and gave bonds in intho Inte inthe
the te sum of S5ofor 5000 5000for for his appearance apparanc before beforetho beror berorthe beforethe
the Grand Jury Jur for examination in con conlectioa conneton connection
lectioa neton with wth the Iroquois Theatre Theatr fireFire fire fireFire fr
Fire Chief Musham lusham Building Commissioner CommissionerWilliams Commls810nerWllam CommissionerWiiiiam
Wllam Williams and Will Wi J Davis president prident of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Iroquois Irquois Theatre Theatr Company gave bonds bondsIn
In n the same lame sum James Jall E Cummings CummlngHstage CummlnlH CummlnlHstnecarpnter Cummingsstagecarpenter
William MoMullen operator operatorf
stagecarpenter stage carpenter McMulenioperator McMulenioperatoror
stnecarpnter or > f the flood foo light lght and Building Dulding inspectorLoughlin Inspector InspectorLouchlln Isptor IsptorLughln
Louchlln were held In the sum of 2000 2000uois 20 ooo oooWilliam
Lughln William C wer Saier Sailors the frman fireman on the Ir Irquolsstage Ire Irequota
WiHam quolsstage quota uois stage had ha not been ben taken into Int custody custodytalntehourtonight custy custyat custodyat
at talntehourtonight talntehourtonightMayor a late hour tolglt tolgltMayor tonlgltMayor
Mayor Harrleen on arriving arving at his office officeoday ofc officetoday
today made Ilrrca no attempt atempt to conceal cncal the fact facthat ractthat factthat
that he h regarded rgare the verdict verict as a a bitter biter blow blowle blowHe blowHe
He said saidFlro faid faidFir saidFiro
Flro Fir Marshal Marhal Musham lulham was wn appointed appointedo appointe
to o his present prent place because he had ha served servedImo sere servedfortythree
fortythree year years on the ror force In that thattme thatlime
rorythre Imo ho had made a name nmo for himself hllel all allhrough al altthrough
tme thrugh through the country clltr and ad the appointment appointmentva appointmentWM
made his merits Building Buildingtommlsaloner BuildingCommissioner
WM was va upon hi mertl BuUdnK BuUdnKCmmlssl
Commissioner ner Williams WUlams was Wt appointed appointedilthough appointedathough appointedalthough
Cmmlssl although he Is a Republican Republcan because bc e ho horas heWM howas
athough who would not be bewayed beswayed
WM was thought to be a I man mn b
swayed from frm his hs duty and a I man who would wouldnforco woud woudeor wouldenforce
swaye eor enforce the laws without fear feal or favor favorARCHBISHOP favorARClnSllP favorARCIIJIISIIOP
Colc Cold old Prevents Him 1m From Attending Atendl15 the thePeoples thePeoples thePeoples
Peoples Eucharlstlo Eucharlto League LeagueArchbishop Lale LaleArchbisho LeagueArchbIshop
Archbishop Fancy Faley was wa unable to give givehe givetho giveho
tho he Benediction Bnedicton of the Blessed Sacrament Sacramentthe Sacmmenta
it the semiannual smiannual reunion of the Peoples Peoplesucharistlo Peplos PeplosEucharlsto PeoplesEucharistic
a Eucharlsto Eucharistic League Lage in St Patricks Cathe Catheral Cathcdral CatheIral
dral ral lost night on account accunt of a severe severeold soyerecld severecold
cld cold old with which he has h beensuffering ben been suffering uering for forsveral rorsveral forseveral
sveral several days At the services sricl tho congre congreatlon congregaton congregatlon
gaton gatlon atlon wan urged urge to pray for his recovery recoveryather rcvery rcveryather recoveryIatier
ather Chidwlck ChldwlCkl oxchaplain in lathe the navy navyireached navypreached navypreached
preached preached to the league leagueAt leagueAt
eao eaoAt
At the Archbishops house hous It was said saidbat saidthat Id Idthat
that he was wa much better btter and hoped hopd to be beveil bewell I
wel veil enough to go to Washington today
Passage P lale at This Session of the HOOOOOLMeasure HOOOOOL 000 OO00000flMeasure
Measure Ileasure Seems Inevitable Inedtablcen JneiritableGen Gen Black DlacHead Daek Daeklead Blackhead
Head lead of nald OaldSpeaker Speaker Seems Power Poweiless Power PowerlessSenate
lelSenate lessSenate less Senate May Ilay Diock Dill Bi for a Time TimeWASHINGTON TimeWASHINGTON TimeVABUINGT0N
WASHINGTON Jan 20 20None None of tho Re Republican R Republican
publican publcan leadera leaer leadersof of the thellousoof House Hous of Represanta Represantalives Rprsenta RprsentaUVe Representatlves
lives UVe andtnone of the prominent prminent ofcial officials o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Administration Admnistraton will wl admit amit that he favors faortbo fayor favorstho
the passage passge of a service servc pension pnsion bill bl am amyet and andyt andyet
yet yt they all admit privately prvqtely that such i imeasure a amesue ameasure
measure mesue will wi soon Bon bo 0 reported repre to the Houafrom House Houl Housefrom
from the Committee Cmttc on Invalid Invald Pensionsand Pensions Pensionand Pensionsand
and passed passedSince pasdSinc passedSince
Since Sinc it was made mde known know by THE TiE SUN Surthat SUNtbat SUNthat >
that a 1 service 8rvc pension pnsion bill bi is i on the Republi Republican Rpubl
can cn programme programe ssveral s3veralof of the Republicaileaders Republican Rpublcan Rpublcanleder Republicanleaders
leaders leder who had not kept posted psted as to the thtsituation tholuaton thesituation
situation luaton have hav gone to Speaker Spaker Cannons Cannoniprivate Cnnons Cnnonsprivate Cannonsprivate
private room rm to ask ak him hm what it all al means meansThey mans mansThey meansThey
They were wer at first frst inclined Inclned to t deny the theaccuracy theacuacy thoaccuracy
accuracy acuacy of THE TiE SUNS information Inrorton buiafter but butafor butaftortho
afor aftortho after tho conference conrernc all al of oftheso these Republicans RepublicansIncluding Rpublcans RpublcansIncluclng Repubhicansinclu4irig
Including Incluclng tho Speaker Spaker admitted admited that the thepaaaaje th thpassage thopslak <
passage pslak of a general gnerl service Brvlc pension pnion bill bllat bl billat
at this thi session fssion ession seems Bel to be inevitable inevitableThat InevitableTat inevitableThat
That Tat Tact at being bing admitted admited arrangements arrangementswere arangements arangementswer
were wer at once onc made mde for keeping all al appro appropriations npproPraton appropriatiorin ¬
priations Praton down dow to t tho lOwest IdWOt possible psible point pointin pint pintIn pointin
in order to prepare prp the treasury trsury for the thoextraordinary theextraorinry theextraordinary
extraordinary extraorinry demand demnd that will wi be b made madeupon mndeupn madeupon
upon upn It ItSpeaker ItSpaker itSpeaker
Speaker Spaker Cannon and those thol Republicans Republicanswho RpubUcn
who with him are ar in intimate Intmate control cntrl of oflegislation orlegl oflegislatIon
legislation legl laton in the House Hou are ae blamed blae in somequarters tome tomequarters
quarters quars particularly pricuarly on the Senate Snat aide aideof Iideor sideof
of the Capitol for not preventing prventng tho Com Committee C Cornmlttee m mmltt ¬
mittee mltt on Invalid Invald Pensions from consider considering cnider cniderIng considerIng ¬
ing general genrl pension pnsion legislation legislaton and the theSpeaker t tleSpeaker e eSpalter
Speaker Spalter in particular pricular has come cme In for em emphatic emphatc emplatte ¬
platte phatc criticism crtclm because bcause he does dos not exer exercise exercis oxorcisc ¬
cise cis the powers pwer of his hi office ofc and put a check checkon ohek ohekon checkon
on such unwise unwis and undesirable legislation legislationThe legliaton legliatonTe
The Te fact seems sms to be however hwever that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the Speaker Is helpless in the te matter mattr It Itwas I Itwas
was Wt thought thougl when the Committee Committ on Invalid In Invalid Invald ¬
valid vald Pensions was WI appointed Ippolnte that its It mem memberuhip memberhip mombership
beruhip berhip was wa such that Ilat it could culd be relied reliedupon rled rledupn reliedupon
to pigeonhole the numerous proposi propositions propositions ¬
upon upn t pigenole te numeru8 prpsi prpsitons
tions tons prYldig providing for some sort of a service servicepension servlc servicepension
pension pnsion but the pressure pre8ur upon upn the mem members member mombern ¬
bern ber of the committee cmmit has ha been bn too strong strongto
to be resisted resiste They fhe have therefore thereforenotified therfore therforenotfe thereforenotified
notified notfe tho Speaker that sooner soner or later laterthe lter lterte laterthe
the te bill bi will wi be b reported repor and he in turn tur has hasnotified ha hanotfed hasnotified
notified notfed the Republican Rpublcn leaders leader of the thoHouse to toHoue theHome
House HouseGen Houe HoueOen HomeGen
Gen Black Back the th CommandTinChief Cmand rlnCier of oftbo orthe ofthe
the O A R and chairman chlnn of r the Civil CivilService Oivl CivilService
Service Serice Commission Cmmiion la I head hed and at front of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this hi ltst latest test and ad greatest gratst greatestraid raid on the Treasury TreasuryHe Treaur
He has ba recently rnty been brn before the Com Committee Cm Cmmltt Cornrnitteo ¬
mittee mltt on Invalid Inald Pensions Pension with othermembers other othermembers oter otermember
members member of the pension pnsion committee of the theG theO theU
G A R and ad their demands have been beenmade ben benmade beenmado
made known in no uncertain ucrain manner mannerGen mner mnerOen mannerCan
Gen Black Blck said sld today that tht he had h not notyet notyet notyet
yet brought brught the matter to the attention attenton of ofPresident ofPresident ofPresident
President Roosevelt Rosvelt In t formal raral way waybut WiY WiYbut waybut
but it is i known that at the conference cnrerenc yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day In i Speaker Spaker Cannons Cnnons room the fact factwas fnctwa factwan
was wa brought broult out that tht those thOo advocates avoctes ot ota ora ofa
a service seric pension law who have called cle upon upontho upn upntheExuUye uponthe
the theExuUye Executive with regard rega to it have been beenassured bn bnaur beenassured
assured aur that their efforts efor8 would woud have Ilve the theapproval thoappral theapproval
approval appral and assistance Iltanc of the Administra Administration Administraton Administratlon ¬
tion tionTho ton
tonTe The Te question queston of a service srice pension penion law lawhas lawhas lawhas
has not yet been ben oven informally Informly discussed discussedat disused disusedat
at the Senate side of the Capitol Cpiol and theRepublican the theRepublican theHepublcan
Republican Hepublcan leaders leader there are ae astonished astonishedat Itnlshed Itnlshedat
at the situation situaton in the House and at the theknowledge theknowledgo theknowledge
knowledge that before the close of the thepresent thepret thepresent
present pret session s0lon they tey will wi bo confronted confrontedwith conrrnte confrontedwith
with wth a House bill bU providing providng for an annual annualappropriation annualappropriaton annualappropriation
appropriation of anywhere from 30000000 30000000to
appropriaton ayhere 100
to t seooo eo000000 to be charged charge to the pension pensionfund pensionrund pensionfund
fund fundThe rund11e
The 11e Republlpans Rpublpans who are in general con control control ¬ I Itrol
trol of legislation legislton in the Senate are all allopposed al allopposed I Iopps
opposed opps to a service srvice pension law lw but the themembership themembership thomembership
membership of the Senate Snate Committee Commi we on onPensions onPenlions onPensions
Pensions Penlions Is II such that those who are advo advocating avo avocatng lvo lvoeating ¬
eating catng the passage ptsge of the proposed prpose law lawhave lawhave lawhave
have every ever reason ren to t believe that they will willmeet willmeet vi
meet with vih nothing but encouragement encourgement in inthat Inthat inthat
that quarterNothing quarter quarterNothing quarer quarerNothing
Nothing is more certain certin now than tha that thatRepublicans thatRepublcans thatRepublicans
Republcans Republicans of the House Hous expect expt to be becalled becaled becalled
caled called upon at this session scs ion to rote ot for a aservice asorlca aservica
service sorlca pension law lw and of course cours few or ornone ornone ornono
none of them would dare to vote ote ngalnst it itTho I itThe
Tho Senate Republicans Republcan with their lack lackof lackor laclcof
of rules nlle may my find fnd a way of keeping keping the bill billin bi billin
in the backgroundat bakground at least lelit until unt noxt session sessionbut seon seonbut sessionbut
but they are not hopeful and they know knowthat knowthnt knowthat
that if I brought broufh to a vote ote the bill bU would wouldfind wouldIml wouldfind
find Iml just as a many friends frlendl proportionately proportionatelyla proportonately proportonatelyil
la il the Senate as a in the House of Repre Representatives Represntatve Representatives ¬
sntatve sntatveISTltCT sentativesIVSTIfUCT sentatives sentativesIXSTRUCT
PlaIts Piatl Wish h About Abut New York ork State Dele Delegation Belagallon ¬ i iKaton
gallon Katon KatonSntor gallonSenator gationSenator
Senator Sntor Platt Pltt came cm over ovr from Washing Washington
ton on last 8t evening to attend attnd tho Amen Aln Corner Cornerlinner Cornordinner Cornerdinner
dinner to Mayor George Oerge B McClellan McCelan at atho atthe atthe
the ho Fifth Avenue Avnue Hotel tonight The Thelayer TheMyr TheMayor
Myr layer when a Representative Rprnttv in Congress Congressor CongrsR CongrsRfor
for or the Twelfth TeUth district came rm over from fromWashington fromWashington fromWashington
Washington to attend the th Amen Amn Corner Cornerlinner Cmer Cmerdinner Cornerdinner
dinner In honor of Senator Snator Platt two years yearsgo yar yearsago
ago go and Senator Sntr Platt returns rtunl tho corn coniilimont cm cmplmnt cornpllment
plmnt plmntSntor ilimont pllmentSenator ilimontSenator
Senator Sntor Platt Pltt was wa besieged blicged with visitors visitorsH visitol
al ill H keenly keony Interested Intersted In a subject lubjet which whichIBS whichhos whichhas
has IBS been bn discussed dscued in Republican Rpublcn political politicalIrcles pUtcl pUtclcicles political2lrclea
cicles Ircles hereabouts herbout for several Ivml weeks veks as osto aso
to 0 what course cure the Republican Iwpublcn State con conention cn cnenton conrention
ention enton to assemble asemblo in April will wl take takeoncoming takocncrng takeonocrning
cncrng oncoming President Prsident Roosevelt RooseveltI ROvlt ROvltI
I am for Instructing Intructng the delegates delegatel for forhe rorthe forhe
the he President Psidnt replied rpUed Senator Sntor Platt to toils tohi toin
hi ils in visitors and I see 80 no change ohang whatever whatevern
in fl n the situation sltuationSeveral situationSeveral situton situtonSverl
Several Sverl Republicans Republcn8 have hve suggested luggste that thatxGov thatExGv thatxOov
ExGv xGov Frank Frnlt S Black Dack of Now York Yorkhould Yorkshould Yorkthould
should make mke the nominating nomintng speech spech at athlcago atChicg athicago
Chicg hlcago for President Prsident Roosevelt Rosoolt Mr AirHack MrBlck Mr3iack
Blck Hack was asked tked if ho had heard hear of thin thineport thisrpr thineport
rpr eport and he replied reple that tht he had hd but would woulday wouldsy wouldtaT
sy ay nothing further rurher Senator Sntr Platt Pltt was wassked wanisked vas vasaske
aske sked about abut it and ho replied rple Gov Ov Black Dlck Dlcki BlackS
i S 1 ono of our finest fOt Republican Republcn generals genem1 In Inhe Inthe Inhe
the he State He Is not only a good god general generalmt gnerl gnerlbut
but mt he is above lbve all al a good Republican Rpublcn and unda undagod andatoed a aood
god toed ood soldier 8lqlcr As A to t whether ho Is I to pro proent pr prsnt proent
snt ent the Presidents Pesidents name nme to t the conven convenlon cnen cnenton convenIon
ton lon the future rutur will wU determine determineGov deterne deterneGv determineGay
Gay Gv Odell OeU according acring to recent rcnt reports reportsas rpr
has as boon bon partial pril to t the election electon of ex exteprosentative ex oxteprosentatIvo
Rprenttve teprosentative William Wiiam L Ward Wan of West Westhestcr Westchestcr Vesthester
hester to t Ho D chairman chirmn of the Republican Republicantata Rpublcn RpublcnStato
tata committee cmmite when the April Aprl conven convenlon cnven cnventon convenion
ton lon meets meel Oov Odell Odel according accring to tho thocry theory I
ver cry latest ltest information Inrormton now favors favor the thelection thoelecton tireriection
electon lection of Speaker Spaker S Frederick Freerick Nixon to tohat t toMt
hat place placeThose plc
tht Those Thes reports rport were wer submitted submited to Senator Senatorlatt Snator SnatorPltt SenatorPlatt
Platt and the Senator said Id that tht ho did not notare notcr flOtam
Pltt cr are to t discuss dioU Snator them further futer than thn that tht he hereatly hegraty horreatly
graty reatly favored favor the reelection rlcclon of Col CI George GeorgeiV
W iV v Dunn Dun 1
Capt Cpt Watts Makes a pnleous Danieroui angeroua Trip Tip In InScooter a aScoter I IScooter
Scooter Scoter to Rescue Reeuo Baymrn BaymrnBAY DamrnDA UaynicnBAY
BAY DA SHORE SIORE L I IJan26William Jan 28 20Wlla William Jay Jayand Jayni Jayniand
and Charles Chale3 Oakley Oaley wore spearing sparing ee eeyesterday el eeyesterday
yesterday in tho Great South Suth Bay oboi oboia abut abuta aboua
a mile from shore when the th ice ic broke In Inhuge Int mu muhuge
huge cakes and was wa borne by the tide tde t tword toward to towad <
word wad the inlet that leads to the open opn ee eeBefore sea 8eaBefore seaBaforothemenrcalizodit
Before Baforothemenrcalizodit the men realized realzed It tip t tljocakeonwhle tljocakeonwhlethey e cake cke on whin whinthey w loh lohthey
they stood was WI carried some distance distanc froi froitho rrom rromthe fronthe
the main body bodyTho bod bodThe bodyThe
The floe foe began bgan to crumble crmble and the me mehoisted meihoisted men menhoited
hoisted hoited their caps cps on tho points pint of thou thelspears thei thouspears
spears spas and cried for help Tho report reprt of th thbreaking the thebreaking tinbreaking
breaking of the Ice was wa heard by Cnpl CnplEdward Cpt CptEdwad CaptEdward
Edward Edwad Watts Wata and ho hurried to the shore shorewhero shorewhere shorewhero
whero ho saw the men on the te drifting difng floe floeAlthough foo fooAlhough floeAlthough
Although Alhough the tle bay was wa filled fled with packof pack packof packof
of drifting drlrng ice Capt Watts Wats launched launche hi hiscooter hlscooter hulscooter
scooter and set sail sl for the two distress detrsd detrsdfhermn diatreasocfisheralan distressfishermen
fishermen fhermn The Te scooter isa IS iska 0 comblnatloi comblnatloiico combinton combintonIco
ico and sail boat bat Under Sail aal it will wi cu cuthrough cut cutthrough cuthrough
through the water watr or glide glde over ice packs paks am amdip and anddip antdip
dip into the water on the other side sideIn sideIn sidein
In this sort of a craft crf Capt Capl Watts Wattscroed Wattscroedtho crossec crossectho creased creasedthe
tho bay and reached the floe fo where whonJayno whereJayne whereJayno
Jayno and Oakloy were already over the theshoetops their theirshoetops theirBhlOetOps
shoetops in water With Wih the two men Ii Iihis In Inhis it ithis
his frail fri craft crft Capt Capt Watts started to th thmainland tho thomainland thmainland <
mainland By dodging dangerous floes fos am ammaking and andmaking anmaking
making wide detours to t avoid packs that thamight thatmight thatmight
might have 11e upset the scooter scoter the boa boareached bt btreached boalreached
reached the mainland in safety safetyDROWSED sety setynnmrEI safetyDROWNED
Wife of W Fred Fe Ulmball ImbaU Loses lsl Her ler Llf Llfat Lro Lroat L1tat
at the French ench Resort ResortBOSTON 8180rt 8180rtDOSTON ResortBosToN
BOSTON Jan 20 20A A despatch received receivehero receivedhero receivedhero
hero from Mentone France Fran reports rports that thaMrs thatIIr thatMrs
Mrs IIr Harriet Kimball Kimbal wife of W Fred FreKimball Fr FredKimball <
Kimball Kimbal of Chelsea was Wa drowned yesterdajIn yesterday yestray yestrayIn
In tho sea The despatch does doe not give givithe givethe givethe
the details deti of her death but the theory theorjis theor
is advanced that she was WI blown Into thc thiwater thowater thcwater
water Her ler friends and relatives relatves here heriscout lere leresut herescout
scout sut tho suicide suicde idea ideaMrs IdeaMr ideaMrs
Mrs Mr Kimball Kimbal was wa one of the leaders leer o oChelsea or orCeIln ol olChelsea
Chelsea CeIln social socal life Ue Her husband is i iwealthy a aweallhy ii iiwealthy
wealthy lawyer of this city She hot hottravelled ha hadtravelled
travelled traveled considerably coniderbly in America and wa waon wmon
on her second trip abroad when she me meher met mether mether
her death Her husband was wa with her herand herand herand
and when they left lef Chelsea about three thremonths thre thremonth threemonths
months ago they had ha planned planne to cover the thiContinent thoContnent theContinent
Continent Contnent and go to the Far East Et They Theiwere They Theywer Theywere
were wer not expected expcted home for a yearThe year yearTho yearTho
Tho lost Int letter Ittttr received rcived in Chelsea fronMrs fromMr from froniMrs
Mrs Mr Kimball Kimbal was wa sent to Mrs Mr Thomas ThoraaiB Thoma ThomaB
B Frost Frot wife of the City Treasurer Trnurr Ii IiIt In InIt IcIt
It Mrs Kimball Kimbal said sid that she and her bus busband hu huband hunband
band Ir found it uncomfortably cold In Park Parland Parl3and Parkand
and were then arranging to gotoMentono gotoMentonowhere go gotoMentonowhere to Mentone Mentonewher
where wher the temperature terprltur was wa more mor mild mild1IEGGAR mUdIIEGGn mildIIEGG4R
1IEGGAR HELD lEln THE DOOR DOORDemanded lOOl lOOlDeRandfd 70011Denhantled
Demanded DeRandfd Food Foodfltd oodFII Fled mien lltn Mrs ra Alle AlleTelephoned Aley AleyTllcpbonel AlleTelephoned
Telephoned Tllcpbonel to the Police PoliceMrs Polee PoleeIr PoliceMrs
Mrs Ir Alley Aley the wife wie of Henry T Alley Alleywho Aley Aleywho Alleywho
who is In tho insurance Inuranoe business buine at 44 Pin Pinstreet Pine Pinestret Pinestreet <
street stret telephoned telephone last lot night from her home homeat38East homeat homeatl6East
at38East at 30 Et Sixtysecond streetto stretto Police Polco Head Headquarters Hea Heaquarter if ead eadquarters
quarters quarter that thl there wo Wa was a man mn who looked looketlike lookedlike
like lke a tramp tralp in the house and that he h ref usec usecto used usedto
to go away awa The Fast Flt Sixtyseventh Sl1lyseventl street streestation stret stretsttion streetstation
station was notified and Policeman Griffin Griffiiwas Griffinwas
sttion wa notfe Polceman Ormn Ormnwa
was wa sent Int over to tho house hOU8 When Wen he got golthere gotthere gotthere
there the Intruder had goneGriffen gone goneGriffon goneOrilen
Griffon Orilen was W8 told that the man came t tthe to tothe tothe <
the front door first frt saying sylng that ho had ha c cletter a aleter aletter
letter leter for Mrs m Alley Aley and then len demanding dcmandlnisomething demandingsomething demandingsomething
something to eat The maid told hinto him himto himto
to go away and tried trie to close the door doorbut dor dorbut doorbut
but he put his foot in Then he le announce announcethat announced announcedthat
that ho wouldnt go until InU he goteomethlnf goteomethlnfto gotomethlng gotomethlngto
to eat Mrs Mr Alley Aie came downstairs downstair one oneso ad and
so did the butler buter but their combined cmbine ef efforts effort efforts ¬
forts didnt succeed In moving him himThen himThen
fort succe 0 0Then
Then Mrs Mr Alley Aley announced announcd that tht she wa wagoing wdi wdigoing r
going ging to telephone for the police plc and the thiman themn theman
man mn waited waite until Wti he felt sure ur that tht she wosn wosnbluffing wasnt wasntbluffing ant antblufing
bluffing blufing and dashed da hed off er down the street streetMra strt streetMrs
Mrs 11 Alley < ley took the letter leter the man mn brought broughibut brught brughtut broughtbut
but ut the police plc didnt get it itIS
Cable able Breaks Ireali In the Illoh leh Independence IndepenilencMine Independencelne IndependenceThue
Mine lne at Cripple tlpple Creek CreekCOLORADO CreeleCOLORADO CreclConoasDo
COLORADO SPRINGS SPRNOS Col Jan 20Strat 26Strattons 20 20Stratton Strut Struttonu
tons ton Independence mine at Cripple Crook Crocwas ereek ereekwa Crookwas
wa was the scene sene today today of the worst acci accident aci acident aceldent
dent that ever occurred ocurred in the gold camp campSixteen campSixteen campSixteen
Sixteen men who were being hoisted from frontho fromthe fromtIre
the workings were wer drawn into the sheave sheaviwheel sheavewheel sheavewheel
wheel and then hurled 1400 140 feet to the thibottom thebotom thebottom
bottom botom of the tht shaft Fifteen Flen were wer kllletoutright klllet kied kiedoutright killedoutright
outright One James Bullock Bulok rniracu rniraculously mlrnu mlrnu10uAly rniraeulously
lously escaped apcd with wlh Blight Ilght scalp wound woundiand woundand woundsarri
and somo bruise bruif about the body bodyTho boy boyTho bodyTIre
Tho strain on the cablo caused eausd It to par parOH plrt plrtI part partas
OH I the cage capc hung over the shaft fhnft The cage cogishot cageshot cageshot
shot down with frightful rrlthtful momentum momentumBullock momentumBulok rnonrenturziBullock
Bullock Bulok was W rescued before bforo the cage fell fellThe fel fellTire
The ohift hif boss bOt and several miners miner weni wenidown went wentdown wentdown
down Into the shaft shaf to recover bodies The Thiunfortunate Theunrortunate Theunfortunate
unfortunate men wore beheaded din dismembered dinmmbereti dlamembred ¬
membred membered crushed cnlhed into shapeless masses massesTho mae massesThe
Tho accident occurred ocurred at 130 13 A M l to today today today ¬
day Tho cause was a defective defetive hoisting hoistingmachinery holslng holslngmahinery hoistingmachinery
mahinery machinery which controlled controled one of the big bigriouble bigouble bigdouble
double < compartment two deck dek cages cagesOR cagt8 cagt8Dl cagesIW
Not ot to tl Blame Dame for an Accident on Ills Road RoadWhen Ooadhln Road1lien
When hln Five FIeWere Were Killed KilledBURLINOTON lled lledDURLNGTON KIlledBunuNoToN
BURLINOTON DURLNGTON Vt Jon 20 20The Tho State Stateloard StaleBoan StateBoard
Boan Board of Railroad Hal road Commissioners Commllsioner made madereport mde mdea madea
a report rpor today concerning concrning an accident on onho onthe onthe
the ho Rutland Hut land Railroad Ralroad at Shelburne Shelbure in invhlch Inwhich inwhich
which five fve men were killed kied and by their theiroport theirrport theirreport
rport report Dr W V Seward Webb presidentif president preident preidentof
of if tho road is I exonerated exoneratl from all al blame blamot blameAt
At t the ron time tme of the wreck it was reported reportedhat rported rportedthat reportedthat
that Dr Webb had ordered ordere a special speial engine enginerom enginefrom enginerrom
from rom Burlington Durlngton to go to Shelburne Shllburne and andake andtae andrake
rake Ills l s private car from that village viage to Now Nowfork NowYork ow owYork
York tae It prvate was W asserted lcro that this ths engine was washe wasLIre
the he one that caused the accident accidentIn accdent accdentIn
In their report the commissioners commlRioner find findhat fnd fndthat findLhat
hat no orders were given by Dr Webb Webbor
or ir any anyone one orer In his h employ to Engineer Cowee Coweeiurno Coweeor
or any one else concerning the rnnll running 0 0the of ofLhe
the locomolve locomotive from Durln Burlinton ton Tey Teyfnd They Theyflnd
fnd flnd that the locomotve locomotive W wan pomg going to Shel Shelburne Shelliurno
burne iurno for the sole solehe purpose or picking up upthecahooe upLhecaboose
thecahooe Lhecaboose he caboose of a work tr trloners trin train Te The cmm1 commin comminioners
Hloner loners place plac the blame for the accident accidentin acdent acdenton
on Engineer En lner Cowec who was wa killed kUe at tho thoime thotmo theinia
ime of the wreck wreckTho wrck wrckThe wreckThe
tmo The commissioners commlssioner also criticise crtce the thoystem thesYltom therystern
sYltom ystem employed employe by the Rutland Rutand rood ro in inost Inthe Inbo
the bo movement of Its train trains but do not sug sugget augont
get ont a remedy remedylAXXAS remedyIUNNAS remedyIIANNAS
le le Had lad Check Ceek Lanced Lancd and Will 11 Bo Out OutIn Outn OutSn
WASHINGTON WABIINOTON Jan 20 20Sntor 20Senator Senator Hanna Hannai HannaI llannasomewhat
I i somewhat somewht better btter today today and might mght have haveone havegone haveRena
gone one to the Senate Snte but for the fact fat that the thefeather theweatherwn theweatherwas
weatherwn weatherwas feather was very yer bad bd and that he is suffer sufferna suer sufferlag
lag na from rrm an aching tooth toothHo toothHe toothHe
Ig He wan obliged oblged to have his h1 cheek chek lancedyesterdaY lanced lancedfstorday
yt8teray yesterdaY WI and the operation opratin caused CUed him himnnslderable himcllderable hImrenilderable
cllderable nnslderable inconvenience Incnvenience and annoy annoynee anoy anoyace annoyonce
ace nee Dr Rlxey Rley says there ther la I no complies complicaton compUc
Hon ton In Mr Bannas Bana8 lay ease CO and he hopes hop to tolove whave torave
have love him well wel in a day or two
Run Away to Chester Celer Pa P Where lere th thMayor the theIlaor thrMayor
Mayor Ilaor Marries Ilarrle Them TemClrdnal ThemCardinaL Cardinal Oil Oilbons Glb Gibbona
bnl bona the te Baltimore Balmore Police Polce and th thBrides te teBIde fluBrIdes
Brides BIde Family Fmiy Tried Tied In Vain to Stop It ItPHILADELPHIA ItPlILDBLlA ItPuxLavsapuia
PHILADELPHIA PlILDBLlA Jan Ja 26 20Beause 26Because Because of dlf dlfferencos d clifferencen
ferencos ference in religion and ad a social sIal war WI be between letween
tween twen their families famle Monc Moncure Roblnsoi Roblnsoiand Rbin Rbinad Robinsorand
and ad Sarah Srh Sisson SiBn Abell Abel members of two twiof twoof twcof
of Baltimores Baltmores richest richet and most fashion fashionable r8hlon r8hlonable fashionable
able families ramles eloped elope to t Chester Cester tonight tonighand tnht tnhtand tonightand
and were married mre there by Mayor Howan HowanH BowardB
H Houston Their Teir flight fght and marriagi marriagiwero mrao mraowere msrriagwere
were in the face rao of the stern and ad expresses expressesdisapproval expr exprdispprval expresseddisapproval
disapproval dispprval of Cardinal Cardnal Gibbons GibbonsHardly OlbbonsJarly GibbonsHardly
Hardly Jarly had the couple cuple been ben wedded wedde am ancleft amleft and andleft
left tho City Hall Hal than Mrs Mr Phllomeni PhllomeniAbell PhUomenaAbl PhilomensAbell
Abell Abl the stepmother stepmoter of the brdo bride ac accompanied accompanied accompanled
companied by a party pary of oUriends friends arrived IiChester Ii In InCester itChester
Chester Cester They had hurried from Baltimore Baltimoreto Baltmor
to stop the marriage and were wer only fIve fIveminutes fiviminutes fve fvemlnutts
minutes mlnutts too late One of ofthe the party who whicamo whocame whccame
came with wih Mrs Mr Abell Abel was wa Alexander Cum Cummings Cumming Cummings
mings Ho is I said to have been ben one o oMiss of ofllss 01 01Miss
Miss llss Abolls Abels suitors sultor Cummings scolded scoldeMayor scolde scoldedMayor <
Mayor Houston Houton but that official omcl said hi hihod he heha hihad I
had ha only done his duty dutyEdward dutyEwar dutyEdward
Edward Ewar Crozler Crzier Master llter of Hounds of thi thiUpland the theUpland thiUpland
Upland Hunt who married mrh a sister o oMoncuro or orMoncure olMoncuro
Moncuro Robinson Rbinson took tok up the cudgeli cudgelifor cdgels cdgelsror cudgeltfor
for the eloping couple He le was wa at once ac accused accs accuBed
cuBed cs of being one of the conspirators conspiratorsMr onpirtor
Mr Crazier Crzier with vth Spauldlng Spulding L Jenkins Jenkinsand Jenkin Jenkinand Jenkinsand
and his hi wifecamo wifecamofrom from frm Baltimore Baltmore this morn mornIng mor mornlag
lag In They Tey were wer followed folowe a little lte later lwr b bMr by byMr byMr
Mr Robinson and Miss Abell All ¬
Rbinn M Abel Al pro proceeded proce prooeeded
ceeded ce to t Mr Croziers Crozers summer residence reeldenciat rldence rldenceat
at Upland UplandWhile UpladWhie UplandWhile
While Whie the te elopers eloper dined dine Mr Crozler Crzier en enlisted enlite enlisted
listed lite the services srylc of the th Rev Rv James Jaml Timins Timinsrector Tmis Tmisrr Timinsrector
rector rr of St Michaels Mlchols Church Churh in Chester ChesterThe Chetr ChetrTe ChesterThe
The Te priest pret agreed agd to t marry mry the couple cuplo if hi hicould he heculd incould
could culd secure seur the dispensation dipnton from rrm Cardlna Card1naGibbons CardlnaGibbons Qudnal QudnalGbbn
Gibbons Gbbn Thinking Thnking all al serene srne the bridal bridaparty brdal brdalpry bridalparty
party pry left lef the Crozler Crzier house hou at 8 ocloci oclociand oclockInd oclocland
and Ind journeyed joureyed to t the parsonage paronag Then Thenthey Therethey Tberthey
they found the te priest priot1 hi a state stte of indecision indecisionHe ideiin ideiinHe
He bad received rive several sverl telegrams tlegm fron fronCardinal frm frmCrinl froirCardinal
Cardinal Crinl Gibbons Ghbn during durng the evening ant antthe ad adIhe and andthe
the climax clmx had d come cme when a messenger mengr bo boarrived by byarrive boarrived
arrived arrive bearing brng this command cmnd from rrm th thCardinal the theCardnal theCardinal <
Cardinal CardinalMarry Cardnal Cardnalllry CardinalMarry
Marry llry them under no circumstances circumstancesThen cicmtnc circumstancesThen
Then it was W8 that tht Miss Mss Abel Abl broke brke down downShe downShe
She is a devout Catholic Ctolc and she felt felldeeply feltdply feltdeeply
deeply dply the refusal rrusl to t permit perit her marige marigeto marriage marriagito
to be b performed prfore At this tis time tm in I steppe steppePolice steppedpolice <
Police Polc Sergeant Srgeant James Mullen Mulen with wih order orderfrom orderrfrom
from Chief of Police PoHcLry Leary to t prevent prvent thimarriage tin te temriage tinmarriage
marriage mriage Word had hd been bn received rcived freer fronthe frm frmth freerthe
the th Baltimore Btmr police plc to t prevent prvet the th mar marrioge rnarriage
that Miss Abell Is onl only
rioge on the te ground grund tht Ml Ablia
re 17 1 years yt old and to detain deti her until Wt he herelatives herrelatives er errlatve
relatives rlatve arrived arrivedThen arived arivedThen arrivedThen
Then it was wa that tht Mr Ir Crazier broke brke looseDuring loose looseDuring l
During Drng the te last lt few days dy he h hehwl had h been bn beenwork beenworking work working working
ing in behalf bhalf ot the bride and anhld had sue sueceeded suocded sueceeded
ceeded cded in getting gettng R H Page his brother brotherInIaw brote brotherin4aw
InIaw appointed appintd by the Delaware Delawae countcourts count cunty cuntycourt countycourts
courts court guardian gadia of Miss Mls Abell Al who I Ian Is Issn ii iian
an heiress heires In her own right to more mor thai thatl000cxlo
1100 1000000 Her stepmother stpmother is also aso rich Mr MrCrozler MrCrozier MrCrozier
Crozier had secured sured a marriage license lcen ant antsaid and ands andsaid
said the marriage mariage could be b performed proned willthe will withtho witithe
s the consent connt of the guardian Mr Page Paggave Pagegave Pagegave <
gave hU hi consent connt most willingly willinglyAs wilngly wilnglyAs
As a final fnl reort resort the entire entre party pry went wenlto wentto wentto
to Mayor Houstons office ofc where wber the young younjcouple youngcuple youngcouple
couple cuple told their teir troubles Examining Examinig the thepapers theppr thepapers
papers ppr and hearing hern Miss MI8 Abell Abl declare declareunder declareunder
under oath oth that she he was wa 20 2 years yr old Mayor MayoiHouston Mayr Mayr10utn MayorHouston
Houston 10utn agreed Igr to perform pron performthe tho te marriage marriageHe mp mpHe
He did so going through thrugh the ceremony ceremonjbriskly crmony crmonybriskly ceremonybriskly
briskly Mr and Mrs Mr Robinson Robinon imme immediately Immediately immeiiately ¬
diately drove drve to Upland Uplnd and stopped stoppd at alMr atMr atMr
Mr Croziers Cozer residence residenceFive relidenc residenceFive
Five minutes later Alexander Cummingi Cummingibustled Cmmings Cmmingsbustle Cummingibustled
bustled bustle into the Mayors Mayort office ofc only to fine finehimself fnd fndhmsl findhimself
himself hmsl too to late Ho rejoined rjoine Mrs llr8 Abel Abeland Abl Abelland
and her other two friends and they returned returnedto retured returedto
to Baltimore Bltmor on the 10 oclock train Robin Robinson Rbin Rbinsn RobinSon ¬
son sn is a Protestant Pt0tant The Te bride is a grand grandniece grandniec grandniece
niece niec of Arena Arna S Abell Abl founder of the tireBaltimore theBaltimore theBalmor
Baltimore Balmor Sun SunSHOT SunSIOT SunShOT
husband lUbanl Found Wire fle and nt Man or Whon WhonHe lom lomle 1iom 1iomlie
He le Was Wil Jealous Together TosjetberWhile TOldberWhie TogetherWhile
While Whie laboring laborng under intense Intene excitement excitementbecause exciement exciementbecause excitementbecame
because he found his wife wle and the man marof manof manof
of whom he wan WI jealous in the dining rpom rpomof Jm Jmor rpomof
of his homo at 57 17 Cranberry Crnberry street tret Brook Brooklyn Brlt BrltIy Brooklyn ¬
lyn Iy upon his hil return retur from work last lat night nightJoseph nightJOeph nightJoseph
JOeph Joseph Sarriera Barrler a Cuban 57 17 years year old oldshot oldRhot oldshot
shot them both They Tey are ar now in the thoBrooklyn theBrookly theBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brookly Hospital HOpin the wife wle suffering sulrng from fromA rrm rrma
A severe sever wound in the breast brt and the man manin manin manIn
in a critical critcl condition ondlton from rrm a a bullet bulet wound woundin woundIn
in the abdomen abdomenSnrriora abomen abomenSarem abdomenSarriora
Snrriora Sarem is bookkeeper bokkepr and cashier cahIer for forGraham rOtOraham forGraham
Graham Hlnkley Inkley Co C communion commliion mer merchants merchants merchants ¬
chants at 133 Front street strot Manhattan ManhattanHis Manhatan ManhatanIl ManhattanHis
His Il wife wlo wifeLydlawho Lydia who is i 33 3 years year old kept a aboarding aboaring ahoarding
boaring boarding house at the Cranberry Cranherr street streetaddress stret stretadrs streetaddress
adrs address She Is Sarrieraa Srleras second wife wifeThey wifeThey wifeThey
They have four fou children childrenSomo chldren chldrenSmo childrenSome
Some Smo years ago Stephen Stphen Little Ll e a awidower awidower awidowor
widower 40 years yeas old who is a proofreader proofreaderon proorreder proorrederon
on the Standard Stndar Union boarded hoaded with the theSarrlerud theSrlera tireSarrieras
Sarrlerud Srlera but Mr Sarriera became bcae jealous jealousof
of him hi and he was W8 ordered out of the house houseHo haU houseHe
He continued to visit Mrs Sarriera Srrlera how howover howover howover
over although alhough her husband frequently frequentlythreatenedto rroquenty rroquentythreatened frequentlythreatened
threatened to do him bodily bodiy harm harmShortly harmShorly harmBhortiy
Shortly Shorly after afer 4 oclock oclok yesterday yeterday after afternoon nter nternoon afternoon ¬
noon Little Iltte went into Sarrieras SarleraR homo homoAbout homoAbout homeAbout
About four hours hour later Sarriera found his hiswife hiswire hiswife
wife and Little Lite together He drew drw a 38 38alibro 8 38calibre
calbr alibro revolver rvolver from Ills pocket poket fired tr and andlit ad adhit aridhit
hit his wife wle in the right breast brat As A shefell she sheTell Ihe Ihefel
fel Tell Little Ltte tried to escape tcapo but Sarrleva Sarlova shot shotirn shothim shothim
him irn in tho abdomen While Wle Little Lite was n on ontho onthe onthe
the floor foor Sarriera Brrer fired fr two more mor shots shotsjut ehotsbut shotsbut
but jut neither hit Llttlof Ltt Littl The Te latter managed managedto
to to crawl from rrm the house and get to Mullers Mullersdotel Mulers Mulershotf Mullershotel
hotf hotel at 78 Cranberry Cranber street trt where wher he fellfrom fell fellrom rel
rrm from rom exhaustion exhauston from loss 108 of blood bloodIn blo bloodIn
In tho mean time tme Mrs Mr Sarriera Srlera crept creptjp crpt crptup creptup
up to the parlor prlor floor for where wher she was wa found foundijy fOWd fOWdby foundby
by James Jame Warwick Warick a boarder borer Ho carried carriedler carriedher
her ler to the basement bement and an ambulance ambulancemrgeon ambulancesurgeon
surgeon from frm the Brooklyn Brkly Hospital HOpial dressed dressedier dressedher
her ier wound and then covoyed her to the theloapital thehopitl thehospital
hopitl hospital Little Lte was a taken tken to the same samenstltutlon sameInstitution e eintuton
intuton Institution and later ltr lost ltt night nlghthosuraol nlghthosuraolwer the surgeons surgeonsivere surgeonswere
wer were probing for the bullets bullctaPoliceman bulet bulletsPoilcernan
Policeman Polcman John Olllen Oien arrested arrtd Sarriera Sarrieran
in n a I friends frens house h01e at 70 Orange street streetVnen strt strtWen streetWhen
Wen When he was wa taken tken before bfor his wife wle and andMttle andLite andLittle
Lite Little in the hospital hopitl he said he was W8 sorry sorryor sorryfor
for or what wht he had hd done and that he had hd only onlyntended onlyIntnded onlyintended
Intnded intended to scarothom scarothomNOTHING srrthem srrthemNOTOIO gcarethemOTHIWO
Ask your frttnds frfnd about the he Seaboard Sfabor Florid FloridI Florda FlordaLmlled FlortdLIrnItsd
LIrnItsd I ml lod to fit AufuiUoo tlwari on 01 tlm time and andSen sadolTr
Lmlled 01 olTr Sen At A ill 1IIIe the comforts comforl luUJO oTfiome 0 of Iomf Home awa1 Office 1183 18 Bwajr BwajrAt BwavA flwa flwaM
Enoi Eulogy of the he Nebraskan Nebrstn Greeted Witt WittRidicule llthRIdicule Ub UbRldleule
Ridicule In Virginias Legislature LegislatureRICHMOND Lsillat LegislatureRzcrnuom e eRICIMON
RICHMOND RICIMON Va Jan 28 20Flrt 20FIrst First profound profoundsilence prround prroundsieac profoundalienee
silence sieac and ad then ten laughter laghr greeted grte a glow glowing glowl glowing
ing l eulogy of W J Bryan Bra In the te State StateSenate Slte SlteSnat StateSenate
Senate Snat today tay The Te speaker sPker was wa Seas Senator Sn Seastar ¬
tar tr Patteson PatcnJchn John W Daniel had juslbeen justbeen just justben
been ben nominated nominted for reelection rlcton to the United UnitedStates UnitedSttc UnitedStates
States Sttc Senate and in seconding scnding tho nomi nomination nominaton nomination ¬
nation naton Mr r Patteson Patten Patt won took tk occasion oClon to t re refer r refar ¬
fer to that th t glorious glorous tribune trbne vho ho has hastwined hn hastwined
twined himself himsel around the hearts hert of the thepeople thepople thepeople
people pople William WIUam JBryan JBryanThree JBryanThr J Bryan BryanThree
Three Thr years y ago the to pause pue at the end of ofthis ort ofthis
this t sentence sentno would ould have hve been bn filled fle with withloud wih wihloud withloud
loud applause applle Today Tody there ther was W8 silence silencefinally enencefnaly silencefinally
finally fnaly broken brken by a laugh that would not be berepressed berpraed berepressed
rpraed repressed but wandered softly sory around arund the thochamber theqhamber thechamber
chamber while whi a spectator spctator at It the door doorhearing doorhrng doorharing
hearing hrng Bryans Drana name turned to a com companion cm cmpion cornpapion ¬
panion pion and ad andsaid andsaidCome sold soldCome sd sdCmeleta
Come Cmeleta lets go They Tey are or talking tlking about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the dead de now nowSenator nowSnatr nowSenator
Senator Snatr Pattoson Pattonc concluded > cluded his ad address a address ¬
dress drC with 1th a bitter biter arraignment arignment of Presi President President President ¬
dent Roosevelt Rcsvelt but with wth no further furher attempt attemptto attmpt attmptto
to eulogize Bryan BryanAUTO3IOB1LE Dra DraUfO101LE Bryan4UTOMOIIILE
Party of Four our nan Into the Ocean Oeln Near NeaOrmoml Ner NerOrmond NearOrmond
Ormond Fla JaLthts FlaUghts Ugtits Went Out OutORMOND OutORMOND OutOnMoNu
ORMOND Fla Fl Jan 20 20A A H Pardlng Pardlngton Paring Paringtn Pardington
ton tn chairman chalnln of the to American Automobile AutomobllAssociation Autmobie AutmobieA80claton AutomobileAssociation
Association A80claton racing racng board boar and Alfred AlfreoReeves Alfrd AlfrdUeeyes Alfredheaves
Reeves secretary scretr of the Empire Empir track trackran tmt tmtran trackran
ran into Int the to ocean ocan last lat night with an auto automobile automoble automobile ¬
mobile moble They were wer compelled cmple to t battltfor battle bate bateror battlefor
for an hour with wih the to combers cmber breaking breakingover breking brekingoyer breakingover
over their head he and finally fnaly hud ha to t abandon abandontha abandonte abandonthe
the te machine mahine four miles mie from here her andw and andwalk andwalk
walk w lk in I the te darkness darkne to tills tbl place plc with wit a agale agale agala
gale blowing and the le rain rlu pelting pe1ln them In Inthe Intbe inthe
the face rac like lke ball ballMessrs bal hailMesses
Messes Mer OrendOrf OrndOr to whom the machine machinebelonged machineblong machinebelonged
belonged blong and ad Mr Kimball Kimbl who were wor in inthe Inthe inthe
the machine mchine returned retured today to Dayton Daytonbut Daytonbut Daytonbut
but Reeves and Pardlngton Prlngtn chose chos to finish finishtheir fnish fnishtheir finishtheir
their run and so walked here their feet feetheavy feetheavy feetheavy
heavy as lead their clothes weighted down downand downand downand
and their thlr eyes filled fled with rain and sand sandThu snd sndTht sandTh
Thu Tht Th automobile autmobie washed wahd by waves wav andsinking and andsinking ad adsinkig
sinking sinkig deeper may my be gone by morning morningfor morig morigror
for a I severe sver storm str Is raging ragingThe rig rigTho ragingThe
of the machine caused causedby causedby
The wrecking wrckig mche was W8 cusd cusdby
by the tb wind windwhioh which put out the lights Igbt and andmade ad admde andmade
made mde straight stright driving impossible Imp0lble hi I the thedarkness thedrke thedarkness
darkness drke When Wn the machine mhine machinedashed dashed dthe intothe into intothe ito itoth
the th water watr the th occupants oupat got out and ad pushed pushedand pUhed pUhedad pushedand
and ad shoved hve for an hour hou with wth the waves wavesbreaking wavesbrkig wavesbreaking
breaking brkig over ovr their heads headsHORSE hed hedHORSE headsHORSE
Grand Stand Lighting LlbUnK Plant and Stabl Stablof Slable Slableot Stables Stablesof
of MonmouUi Monmout Co AHoelatlon Aloelaton Destroyed DeitroyedLONG DeltroredLNG DestroyedLoNe
LONG LNG BBANOH BUAC N J Jan 26 26Fe 26Fire Fire of ofunknown a aunkown an anunknown <
unknown unkown origin orgin destroyed detry the te building buildingbelonging buldng8 buldng8belongig buildingsbelonging
belonging belongig to t the te Monmouth Monouth County CWty Hors HorsShow HorseShow Hors
Show Association Asitn just after atr 6 oclock oclok to tonight t tonight
night at Hollywood Holyood causing a I loss 108 esti estimated Ct eatimated
mated mte at 20000 200 The Te buildings buldigs destroyed dostroyowere dotrye destroyedWere
the stand which had seatin seatincapacity seating seatingcapacity
were te grand grd etd h a setng setngca
the stables and the electric electriclight electriclihtplantand
capacity ca iy of 3000 20 te stble ad eletlo
and fIxturesThe fixtures fixturesThe
lihtplantand light 1 htpltand plant fxte
The e association asiton which la 1 composed compse o owealthy of ofwety ofwealthy
wealthy wety summer 8mm gum rzi f residents rCldent will wl rebuild rebuildThe rbuld rbuldTe rebuildThe
The Te officeniof ofo the te horse hr show association ossocktioiinclude aiton aitonIolude associationinolude
include Iolude Edward Ewar f Murphy urhy of r Troy Ty N NY NY NV
Y president predet Walter Watr E E Hildreth Ildot of New NevYork Nev NewYork
York vicepresident icepreldent and ad general geer manager managerand mer merand managerand
and P J Casey Cay of New York secretary sretr ant anttreasurer and andtrasurer andtreasurer
treasurer treasurerIt trasurer trasurerIt
It is thought tought that the stables stbles were selon set st ston seton
on fire fre by the carelessness carelesnoss of boys who were werein wereIn werein
in the habit habt of smoking smokig about the premises premisesA preme
A lot of hay hy had just been ben stored stre there thereWOULD therelVUlD thereWOULD
Clerk Cerk May Be D Dlnmlsted Dlsnllt for Refusing oeusln ti tiObey to toobey toObey
Obey Initrnotloni InitrnotloniWASHINGTON Inlrnotons InlrnotonsW8HINOTON lastruetienaWASTIINOTON
WASHINGTON Jan 28 26WIa 26William William E Baker Bakera
Baer Baera
a quartermasters quareraters clerk in the Quarter Quartermasters Quatr Quatrmntrf Quartermasters
masters mntrf Department Dpartment at Chicago refused refusedseveral refusd refusdsverl refusedseveral
several sverl days ago to spell spl a word according accordingto acording acordingt
to t the direction direton of Col Col Miller Mier his superior superiorofficer supror suproromcr superiorofficer
officer omcr He has ha accordingly been ben recom recommended recommended recorumended ¬
mended to the War Department for dis dismissal dismissl diemissal ¬
missal missalCol missl misslCol missalCol
Col Col Miller dictated a letter describing describingthe
the routcing routing of some troops trop meaning meaningtheir meaningtheir meaningtheir
their course cure of travel but his hi clerk spelled spelledit sple
it routing routingCol routng routngCl routingCal
Cal Cl Miller Mier Insisted Insiste on the e but butthe butthe butthe
the clerk was wa equally equaly determined detenlned to t drop dropit
it When he persisted pellsted in his refusal rerusl Col ColMiller ColMier ColMiller
Miller Mier relieved rleve him from duty and reported reportedthe reprted reprtedthe
the matter mater to the Quartermaster Quartenatr Generalwho General Generalwho Oeneralwho
who is of the opinion that Baker should be bedismissed b bedismissed
dismissed dismise for or disobedience disobedienceCAIt dLobelence dLobelenceCAn disobedienceCAll
Driver Three 1lree Passengers 188cnsrr and Horse Hore and andCarriage antiCarriage nl nlCarrlale
Carriage In the ti Trench TrenchA
A man and two women said to bo mother motherand motherand motherand
and daughter had a nasty n8ty fall rai in a cab Into Intothe intothe intothe
the subway excavation at Seventyeighth Seventyeighthstreet Sventyeighth Sventyeighthstrt
street strt and a Broadway Broaway at 0 oclock oclo lost Jasteven Jastevenlag lat even evening evenIng ¬
ing Nona Nonewasburt waa wa hurt hur much muchThe muohThe muchThe
The cab which was drawn drwn by ono horse horsewas hore horewa horsewas
wa was driven by John Gleason Oe8on He was wasgoing wa warsgoing
going up town on the west side o Broad Broadway Broa Broadway ¬
way when the horse hore cab and all al fell fel Into Intotho Intothe intothe
the 15foot trench trnch between the car cartracks cartrcks cartracks
trcks trcksPolceman tracks tracksPoliceman tracksPoliceman
Policeman Polceman Lawson Lwfon and ane Dennis Kane a awatchman awatchmn awatchman
watchmn watchman who had warned the driver driverhelped driverhelp driverhelped
help helped the cabs occupants ocupants out It I took tooknearly tooknarly tooknearly
nearly an hour to get the cab and the horse horseout hore horeout horseout
out The animal anml was wa severely severly hurt hurtURKS hurtTURKS hurtTURKS
Now low Ilaildlnc luldlnl In Armenia Arnenla Deitroyed by byIncrndlarle b blutrndlarl bIncendiaries
Incendiaries IncrndlarleUptclil lutrndlarl IncendiariesSpeclil
CONSTANTINOPLE Jan 26 20The Tho American Americanallege Americn AmericnColege AmericanCollege
allege Colege for Girls Olrl at Erzeroum Armenia Armeniaas Anenla AnenlaW
W was as burned bued on Jan 10 It I is believed bloved that thathe tht thtthe thatthe
the he fire fr was wa of incendiary Incndir origin orgin An Anifficlal Anofcial Anofficial
ofcial official Inquiry has been ben openedThe opened openedTho opned opnedThe
The building buldlng was wa a I handsome modern moderntructuro modernstructur modernstructure
structur structure and was wa completed completd only last lastFllfJS lat latyr lastyear
yr yrFlrE year yearP11W
laU Half of the Valuable Valnablelienks Hooka lookl and anl Many ManyManuscripts ManyManuscripts IanyIlanosorlptl
Manuscripts Ilanosorlptl Destroyed DestroyedSptctal Urstroedopcl DestroyedSpecial
Special opcl 1 Cable Ca e DtipatcH Depath to THE SUN SUMROMB SUNROAIS SUNRoME
RoME Jan 28 20The Tho Turin Trin Library Llbmr which whichranks whichrnk whichranka
ranks rnk in value with that of the Vatican Vaticanhas Vatcan Vatcanha Vaticanhas
ha has been ben seriously damaged damage by fire fr Sixrooms Six Sixrooms Sixrms
rms rooms were destroyed deltroyed containing cntaning world worldtoned worldfame worldfamed
fame toned books boks manuscripts and palimpsests palimpsestsncludlng palmpItf palimpsentsIncluding
Including works of Cicero Cicr Casslodcrui Casslodcruiind Caslodcrl Caslodcrlad
ad antI Pliny PlinyIt Plny PlnyIt
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an employee employe in onoof one 01 the theofcbuldD tireofficobuildip tireofficobuildipnear Office building buildingnear
near Eighteenth Eghteenth street stretatempt streetattempted attempted at atoclock 4 4oclock
oclock last lat night to t beard bard at Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet Elghtf Eighteenthstreet
street sret a northbound norbbound Sixth avenue elevated elevatedtrain elevt elevatedtrain
train tin which hich was wa so crowded cwde that the thegat thegatculd gates gatescould gatescould
could culd not bo b shut Clinging CUngig to the he outride outrideof outde outdeor
of the gate with wlh her feet fet barely finding findingstanding lndlagstanding dig digstnding
standing stnding room on the edge of the thl oar oarplatform o oplatror oarplatform
platform platror and with th no attempt apparently apparentlyby apprety appretyby
by those thoB on beard bar to t help her herehe she was WI carried carriednearly cre carriednearly
nearly a block and a half hntil fti her strength strengthgave strengthgave tr
gave way and she fell fel to t the track trackTho tra trackThe
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crushing cshing every ever bone bno in her body bdy Tfo Tfoattempt Woattempt o oattmpt
attempt attmpt was wa made to t stop that train trn wit witnesses witneases t tnefes ¬
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nefes nesses say sy nor six trains that followed folowe
even after nter people pple had seen the girls girls body bodyon bdy bdyon bodyon
on the trucks tmclll and tcld of it It It I was w not notuntil nt ntunU notuntil
until unU tho seventh seveth train cnmo cme along and ad was waamade w wmde wasmade
made mde to stop B P by tho police plee that the body bodywas bdy bdyWI hcywas
was WI picked up upTho upThe upThe
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and had even attempted to t rescue the gM gMWhon grl girlWhen
When he failed faied he did nothing to t stop the thetrains thetrnlns thetrains
trains It is said nor did a I guard guar of one onef onefthem of ofthem orth
them th < m who was WI urged urge by two tw men to t stop stopThe stp stpThe atopThe
The police polc failed faie last Int night niglt to t reach roch any of ofthe orthe ofthe
the railroad mlrne officials ofcials to o get an explana explanation explana explanaton explanation ¬
tion of thisMany this thisMany this1any
ton Many 1any of those who must have seen sen It Itwere I itware
were too to sickened by the sight and fnd thought thoughtof
of it i to t stop and the police polc last It night had hadtho ha hadthe
tho names nae of only four witnesses witCfes to t the thewhole thowhole thewhole
whole occurrence occurenc One of these thre happened happenedto happ
to be on the platform platror of the car cr and the theother theother theother
other saw sw the girl beard bard tho train at the thestation thestaton thestation
station staton Two other men saw sw something somethingof
of what occurred ocred from rrm the street streetTho stret stretTe streetThe
The Te victim Tlclm of the accident accdent whose wh identity identitywas Idtty IdttyWI Identitywas
was WI not established ltablshed lost lat night was ab nbout nont rtt
23 years year old and weighed weighe about 140 10 pounds poundsShe pund poundsShe
She was wt about 5 feet 3 inches Incllll tall tl and had haddark h haddark
dark hair and eyes She Se wore wor a long black blackcoat blak blakcoat blsekcoat
coat a red flannel fannel waist a1t with a black stripe stripeblack strp stripeblack
black skirt and block blak shoes shoe and stocking stockingShe stlnl stockhigShe
She had ha four rings on one of which was WI theinitial the theInitial te teInital
Initial Inital M 1 The girls watch bore bor the te In Inscription Inscripton inscriptioTi ¬
scription scripton Bedford Bedfor to t Battle Hatie Sept 21
1003 1003The 103 103Thf The Thf police polce took tool a woman to look at the thebody thebody
body boy last lat night She said that her friend friendMinnie fred friendMinnie
Minnie Kolch was wa missed mI8 e The Te girl gir she ahesaid shesaid he
said had ha come on from frm BOP BOton Boston ton and was w to tohave t tohave
have applied appUe for work at the Siegel SItgl Cooper Cooperstore Copr CoprFtor Cooperstore
store Ftor just before befor the time tme of the accident accidentAlthough aldent aldentAlthough accidentAlthough
Although the woman could culd not Identify Identi the thebody t thebody
body bey the te description descrpton of the clothing of her herfriend berfrend herfriend
friend frend tallied tle almost almot exactly exaty with wit that tha of ofthe o ofthe
the dead dea girl girlAccording girl girlAccording
According Acrdng to two of the witnesses wltne of 0 the theaccident te teacident theaccident
accident acident the girl gl was wa killed kle before bfor 8 oclock oclockwhich o lo look lookwhich
that she was wasone wasone
which would woud make it unlikely unlkely tat sh
one of the shop girls grls employed empoy In the nigh nighbrhod neigh neighborhood neighborhood ¬
brhod borhood They 1ey do not get out until ut 6 6oclock 8oclok Coclock
oclock oclok One of the te witnesses wtne timed time tho thoaccident thoaident theaccIdent
accident aident by Us h watch and mode mae it 657 657At 6 6At 67At
At that time tme the stations stton in the shopping shoppingdistrict Ihoppng Ihoppngdistrct shoppingdistrict
district distrct are ar all al crowded crwde The Te schedule scheduleof seue seueof
of trains trin at that hour calls cll for one e eVery eVeryminute ry ryminute r rminute
minute and ad a half halfFrom hal halfProm f fFrm
From Frm the te stories storie obtained obtine last lat night aav aavto l as astohow J Jtohow
to tohow how the accident acdent occurred ocurd it seems som that thatnobody tat k knobody I Inob
nobody nob y saw sw the girl buy her ticket The Thofirst Thefirst e iJ iJfrt
first frt notice notco any ono took tok of her he was wa when whenjust whenjust i f fj
just j t after artr dropping her ticket tcket in the te box boxshe bx i ishe i iBhe
she train and for it itThis itThin
saw sw a trin Ind ran rn
This Thl was WS a six car cr train bound bund for Harlem HarlemIt Hle f fIt t t tIt
It had hd apparently npPenty taken on all the th people peoplethat pl peoIethat i ithat
that could culd squeeze squez Into Int the can cr and on the thocrowded th thecrowded 1 1crwdd
crwdd crowded platform plator by the time tmo the girl grl got gotout l gotout
out on the station staton platform platformAccording platfor platformAccording
According Acrding to one witness who was on ontho ontho rr i ithe
tho train t ln and another wtnes one who wouldnt wouldntget wuld wouldntgat i 1 1get
get on because bcus of the crowd the people peoplewere pl peoplewere j jwer
wer were clinging aboard abrd of it by theireyellds theireyelldsOne their eyelids eyelidsOne eyUd t tOne
One of tho witnesses witneB was Robert Robr H HLan HLoan HLoanof Loan Loanof 111 111of
of 240 West Seventeenth Svntenth street stret and another anotherwas anothr anotherwas i ii iias
was as David Davd L Ostro a salesman sates mn of 600 0 Lenox Lenoxivonue Lnox Leeoxavenue J 1
of the thostation J iji ijistation
avenue Loan was on tho platform platfor th L Lgirl J t tetaton
etaton station and bought bught his hi ticket before bfor the thegirl th thegirt
girl He Ie thought thught the train was wal about abut to toJtart tostart 1
start and did not get gt aboard aboardTho aboardThe It I It Ithe J
The he girl ran past him and was wal just behind behindDfitro behindOltro j
Oltro Dfitro Ostro squeezed in on on the platform platformjf platfor f
J Jntt0t
jf what he thinks was the third car tho thonearest thenearest
ntt0t nearest to the ticket tckct box On that platform platformaccording plton ill illaccoring r I Iaccording
accoring according to Ostros story stor there was the thejsual te theusual f fusual
usual crowd of men and women packed packediround pake packedtround
arund iround the guard guar who was wa trying trng to get getiis J Jhis 1 1his
his gate shut Although Alhough he couldnt get gett getIt l j
It t shut it seems that he gave the signal aigrialfor aigrialforthe for forthe
the guard net ahead that his platform platorm was wasill wassil
al ill right and tho signal was I passed along alongfrom alongfrom I
from car to car until untit It got ot to the motorman motormanTho motorm illfI Il Ilhe 1 1lho
Tho he motorman started starte ahead and at atho atthe atthe
the ho same moment according acording to t Loan Lan Loanwho Loanwhowas who whoivas h I IWn
Wn was still stl on the station staton tho girl seeing solng the theate thegate
gate ate not yet shut tried tred to squeeze her way wayo wy rJ rJto i ito
to o the platform plntror One man mn saw sw her herdanger danger dangersven dle kit kitoven i iavon I
sven then That man mal was a the platform platformwin pltorm j jmn
mn win whose number is 3057 397 but whoso whos name namelone namenone t tnone
none of tho railroad ralroad people peple would tell tel last lastnight lt lastnight Jf Jfrght
rght night nightOn J JOn I IOn
On all 11 crowded stations Rttons there Is a man mann m r rIn J JIn
In n addition additon to t the ticket tckct chopper to t prevent preventiccidents f f foccidents
accldtnts iccidents When Wen this platform pltrorm man I at atEighteenth atEighteenth Ii 1 J JEightenth
Eightenth Eighteenth street saw the girl get a footing footingn fOtng I oj ojon
on > n the platform he made a grab grb for hor horind herarid i i iand
and caught her by the arm but only onl for a airlef abrief arief
brief moment The girls hold was too tooitrong to tooitrong
itrong and the train pulled puled her heraway away from fromilm frm frmhim fromrim
him Apparently Apparenty ho loosened the te girls girlslold ji jihold
hold on the gate for as o it was wa wrenched wrenchedtorn wenche wrenchedrom t tfrom
from torn her grasp grap her hand scratched erathed his hisloso hi hisoso I
loso so that t at it bled bledThose bledThose i iThose
Those on the station Itaton saw the girl still BtUlmldlng stillisiding L Lholding
J Jhear
holding on ns tho thl thq train went on They Theyicard Tey Theyward r
hear ward a scream scram and nne then the darkness darknessirovontod darkns darknessrovanted j jprvcnto
prvcnto irovontod them seeing more moreWhat mor moreWhat Er
What Wht happened haf happene > pened on the train Is 1 best bt told toldy tld
by > y Ostro Ostr This is his hi story storyI Itory i iI
I had got on just ahead of tho girl and andros ad i i I 1 1wa i ivan
wa van standing on the outside of a mob of ofnen ofnan i imen
men and nne women who wore wer trying trng to get getlut ge getUt i h hout
out lut of danger The guard gurd was wa trying tt to tohut tohut
Bhut hut the gates gale I saw him ring the te bell bellnd bl bellnd it itand
and nd when the train started stared some of o the theromon te teomen theyemen f j
omen shrieked I had my back bak to the theirl theiri
girl irl and the guard wan wedged woged in tho te crowd crowdlo cd Ji JiHo tj
Ho lo didnt try tr to help tho girl and ad I dont dontnow dot dotknow dontmow <
know now whether ho could have hae reachedler reached rah i iher
her ler lerEverybody Everybody Everbody seemed to t lie fighting fghtng for foroom r i icorn
rom corn themselves tlemele Suddenly I heard h a ahrlek ahriek
shriek and an when I turned ture the girl waa wU waane waanethouglrt pne pnethought j
I thought thught tire guard had scan sen her hr go and anddidnt ad ariddidnt I II
I didnt didt pay fY anything When wo w got gt to toho t toho r rthe
the ho Twontythlrd street strt station stton I got gt off offwaited oto offwaited t i iI
I waited waied and saw Iaw five fyo trains tri go g by b and andInally andInally i
I Ibdy 1xidy
Inally a eixth came cmo along with the girls girlswdy grls
fnaly I
bdy wdy wdyTwo R RTwo I FTwo
Two men had seen An the accident acident manchile mean meanwhile m mwhie ¬
whie while from rrm tho street strt and it was theywho theywhonurnett teywho theywhoBurnetts
nurnett Vanilla nl Extroot Extrootsed Exuac Extz5ctliItiiy
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