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I 2 I THESUNvPRIDAY FEBIUTARY I5 l 1904 ii4
Znwners owners who whocan can order orer the theatre thetr close closeduring cOed cOeddurng cloaed
1 during such luch work I have nothing to di diwith do dowith dowith
with durng alterations and andrepalr repairs and for or that tharepresentatives thatreaaon
rMon reaaon altraton to tho athorite twthorilles should dea deal with the therprntU1e therepreaentattVe8
representatives rprntU1e of the owners ownersIt owner
k It was learned leaned that tho authorities authorltee have havnot havenot havenot
not I only wa ordered ordere the removal rmoval of the benches benchoapparatus bnches bnchesfrom benchesfrom
from the gallery but hae demnded demanded that thatthe thatthe
galery
the fy fly galery gallery over the stge stage b be made fre freprf fire firet
t prf proof and that an automato autornatlo sprinklng sprinklngapparatu Bprlnkling Bprlnklingapparatua
apparatus apparatu be 0 placed placd back of the scenes scenesThese scnes scneshes scenesThese
These hes are ar the principal princpal changes chges It I was wasannounced wasannounced
announced announcd that these thes improvements Improveents will willi
i be started at once but It will wltae take a month monthor monthor
or b stted two to complete onc the flreprooflng frproofng of the thoW thefy thefly
fy fly W Mr galery gallery Springer refused refuse to talk tlk of his plans plansbut plansbut plansbut
but a representative Bald ld that he would wouldprobably wouldprobably wouldprobably
probably reprentatve apply to the Supreme Court for fornn foran foran
an injunction against Health Commissioner CommissionerDarlington CommissionerDarlngton CommissionerDarllngton
Darlington Darlngton Injuncton If he persists In his determina determination deterina deterinaton determination ¬
tion to close the theatre theatreCommissioner theatremmlsRlonlr theatreCommissioner
ton Commissioner mmlsRlonlr cose Darlington Darlnlton explained explainedthrough explainedthrough explainedthrough
through his secretary sertay that a I notice notc to close closowas clOo clOowa closewas
was wa sent but that as the sudden euddenlnterptlon euddenlnterptlonof interruption interruptionof
of a performance at night might result rult in ina Ina ina
a panic pnlcho prornce ho had determined determine to postpone postponeaction postponocton postponection
action until unt this morning morningSam morningSm morningSam
cton Sam and Loo Shubert who manage managethe mlmagethe managothe
the Sm Princess Prnc and W Madison Square Sur theatres theatreswere theatr theatresyore
were wer notified notfed at 330 3 oclock oclok in II the theareroan theareroanthat afternoon afternoonthat afternoonthat
that they theywould would have to closo clOe both bth houses houseslast housl houseslast
last 1at night night There Thor was wa a mat ratln matlne Into at the thoPrincess thePrlncse thePrincess
Princess Prlncse yesterday At 7 oclock ocock last night nightthe nightSrgt nightSergt
Srgt Sergt Shlbles ytera and four IJlcmen voiicemen went to tothe
the Princess and Roundsman Fogarty and andfour andtaur andfour
four Prncss cops to the Madison Square Squar The TheI he heI
U I members membr cp of the Kaflles Rmes and The Te Secret Secretof Scrt Scrtof
of Polichinelle Po chinele companies cmpanie all al appeared appearedat appard appardat
at the theatres theatr but were wer sent snt away There Therewas Therewas
was 8 a big advance advanc sale at both houses housesTickets hauss haussTlcket8 housesTicketR
Tickets were wer exchanged exohnge or money refunded rfunded rfundedA refundedA
1 A party of young youg women chaperoned charno by byan hyan byi
prty
i an elderly eldory woman hadnt heard her the news newswhen newshen newswhen
when hen thev thevappeared appeared appard at the Madison Madl0n Square SquareThe Suare SuareThe SquareThe
The Mayor has hal closed Cosd this theatre theatr the theman theman theman
man in i the box office otc told them themWell themWel themWell
Well Wel he has hal a good aod cheek chek said sldthe sldtheelderly the theelderly thoelderly
from the thewilds thewide thewilds
elderly chaperon We came cme here her
ohapron
wilds wide of Jersey Jerey and if I had your Mayor Mayorhere Mayorhr Mayorhere
here hr Id tell tel him a few things thingsBoth thingsBth thingsBoth
Both Bth theatres theatrs will wl80n soon have every change changomade chanpo chanpomade changemade
made that is II demanded Stand Stnd evel pipes plpP1 and andadditional andadltanal anda4ditional
additional adltanal exits exis are ar needed neeed in hath Health HealthCommissioner Healh HealhI HealthJ
J Commissioner Cmmisioner Darlington Darlngton declares declrs Work Workmen WorkJ
J I I men were wer busy bUlY in both houses last night nightThe nlpht nlphtj nightThe
The Shuberts Shubrs loss will i he considerable cnslderablo cnslderabloBth considerableBoth
1 Both Bth Raffles Rfe and The Secret Scrt of Poll Polichinelle Pal Pollchinelle ¬
chinelle chlnele were wer money makers maker Then Ther is isabout isabout is isabout
about 112 1200 in each house hous for a single per performance plr plrtormano performanco ¬
formance tormano when hen all al the seats are ar sold olc A Arepresentative Aprlnatve Arepreaeritative
representative prlnatve of Llobler it I Co managers managersof
of Kyrle Kyle Bollew low said sid last night nigh that thatJTho thatRmee thatRaffles
Rmee Raffles will i play somewher somewhere 01 on Monday Mondaynight Mondaynight
night even If the cmpany company hal has to go on the ther theroad
road Tho Secret Scrt of Polichineli Polichineliuare Palchlnelo rm rmany corn cornany
r any wi will probably wait alt ti till tho Madison MadisonSqur MadisonSquare
Squr Square uare reopf ronl reopens reopensManager no noManager
Manager Wine Winchell Winchel Smith Smth of the Vaude Vaudeville VaudellIe audele ¬
ville le Theatre Thetre says sye that ho wasnt notified notifiedthat netlfed netlfedthat notifiedthat
that anything aythig was the matter mater with his histheatre histhetre histheatre
theatre thetre till ti Tuesday Tuesdv Then he was wa notified notifiedthat natfed natfedthat notifiedthat
that iron Irn grooves grOVe must rmst be put In the pros proscenium praecenlum proseeniumarch ¬
cenium eeniumarch arch arh for the fire fre firecurtaln curtain His notice noticeto notce notceto
to close arrived arve at 5 oclock aclok yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdaaterDDn yesterdayafternoon
afternoon aterDDn Ho at once engaged the Car Carnegie Carnegie Carnegie ¬
negie Lyceum Lyeum for the evening eenlg engage perform performance performIno ¬
ance Ino of Candida sent his hil players and andorchestra andorhetra andorchestra
orchestra orhetra there in cabs and Invited ticket ticketholders tcket tckethe1ers ticketholders
holders he1ers to follow falow the show showNearly sha shaNMrly showNearly
Nearly everybody everbdy who had bought bught seats seatsfor leatl seatsfor
< for the evening went Mr Smith says ys that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the necessary neelr changes chanpee will i be made mde by
Saturday Sturdy evening evening when The Man of Des Destinr Deetny Destiny
tiny tny will wU be beput put on onA onenjamin
Bnjamin enjamin F Hurig Hurtig mnger manager of Hur ilurtig
A a Seamen Smonl n put twentyeight men at work workmaking warkmking workmaking
making mking alterations alemtan8 twentyellht in his closed cOM music musiohall mtilo mtilohal musichall
hall hal last evening eVen in Tho prescribed pr crib im improvements impreveents improvements ¬
provements preveents include Incude stand pipes Pip sprinklers sprinklersovcr
over the stage and several seer other changes changesMr changf changesMt
Mr Hiirtig Huril said ld that tht he didnt know Ima when whenhed whenhed hen henhed
hed be b able to to reopen People Peple who had hadbought hd hdbught hadbought
bought bught tickets tcket for repn last lat nights performance performancegot
got gt their money back backOnly backOnly backOnly
Only the theatre at Hubors Museum Mueum Is Iscloned IRcloe isclosed
cloned cloe When the notice noice was received reive a aperformance apforanc aj
j performance pforanc had ha Just jUt ended ende The Te lights lightswere lghts lghtswet lightswete
were wet turned turne out and ad a notice notc posted pte in the thewould thefrnt thefront
frnt front of the house Atatng stating tha that the theatre theatrewauld theatrewould
would not bo b open in tho evening
An automatic utomtc pn skylight Kkylgllt over the stage stageand Itage Itageand stageand
and a brick brck proscenium pr8cnlum arch have boon boonordered hfn hfnorder beenordered
ordered order The foundation for the brick brickproscenium brickprocenium brickproscenium
proscenium arch was WI begun bgun in the base basement be bementof baseinent ¬
ment mentof of the building buldln last lat Saturday SaturdayPlanning Sturday Sturdayj SturdayPInnln Saturdayk
k j
Planning to 0 Open the thelrqooll Iroquois Again AgainCHICAGO AgalnCmcAoo AgainCirrcao
CHICAGO Feb 4 4All All AI plans plne are said to tohavo tohave tohao
have been ben madeby tadebyofcla1 rnadebyofllclals officials of onhe the Iroquois IroquoisTheatre Irquois IrquoisTetre IroquoisTheatre
Theatre Tetre Company Cmpny to repair and reopen r pen tho thoillfated tholfate theT
T illfated lfate playhouse The Tie contract for re redecorating redeomUng redecorating ¬
decorating deomUng the theatre thetre It is said has just justbeen justbNn justbeen
bNn been let the former forler color scheme to be bofollowed beralowed befollowed
followed followedMembers ralowed ralowedMember followedMembers
Members Member of the Iroquois Irquois Memorial Memoral Asso Association Also Alsoeatan Assodation ¬
ciation eatan all al of whom lost friends or relatives relativesIn reltves reltvesIn
In the tire tre have hve passed pase resolutions r alutons protest protestIng prtest prtestIng protestlng
Ing against agalnt refitting rftng the building buiding as a aplayhouse aplyhoul aplayhouse
playhouse playhouseCONRIED plyhoul plyhoulCOVRIED playhouseCOXRJED
CONRIED WINS Uns LIBEL Llll SUIT SUITGerman liIT liITGerman SUITirman
German irman Writers WrUfrl rilers Who Attacked Ataektd Him fim for forParilf rornlrI forParelfal
Parilf nlrI MiiitPayFlntsarRntoJall MiiitPayFlntsarRntoJallSpecial Miiat lllt Pay Finn Qr Go Gob t 0 Jail Jailspeaal al
Special Cable Despatch Vtpach to THK Tu SUN SUNBERLIN SUNBERLJN susBERLIN
BERLIN Feb 4 4The The trial trl of the notion notionfor actionfor
nctan nctanfor
for libel lbel brought by Heinrich Heinrch Conried Conrieddirector Conred Conreddirector Cornleddirector
director of the Metropoltn Metropolitan Opera House HouseIn
In New Vorkagalnst Heir Her Conrad Conrd a a Munich Munichwriter Munichwrier MunIchwriter
writer wrier and the editor eitor or tho paper which whichpublished whichpublshe whichj
j I published publshe Heir Her Conrads article artcle Robbery Robberyof Iobbery Iobberyof
of the Grail resulted in victor victoror
Grl reule today tod a victory victoryfor victoryor
for or the plaintiff plaintf Herr Conrad Canrd and Herr HerrItaneggojv Herronegier HerrDaneg3o
Itaneggojv onegier the th editor eitor were each eh condemned condemnedto cndemnrd cndemnrdto
to pay pYR paa a fine fe of 200 2 2O marks 1rk8 or ornnderpo undergo twenty twentydays twentydYI twentydays
days dYI imprisonment imprisonmentNeither Impreonmrrt imprlsonmtNeither
Neither Frau Cosima Wagner nor Sieg Siegfried Siegtrie Slogfried ¬
fried trie Wagner WaFer was summoned to to testify testifyHerr tMUfynerr testifyHerr
Herr von vonGrss Gross representative reprEentUv6 of the theWagner theWager theWagner
Wager Wagner heirs hel was was as the th first frt witness wltnC He Hetestified HetOtft lIetestifld
testified tOtft that Frau Fru Wagner Walner derived derve no nobenefl nobneft nobeneflf
benefl bneft from the Bayreuth performances performancesall perermanc perermancal
all al the proceeds proresroln fining to pay Py off of tho debt debtfor dehtfor debtfor
for the Ihl construction conAtrcton of the theatre She Sheacted Sheate Sheacted
acted ate therefore thfrefore only out of piety and andrespect andrepet andrespect
respect repet for an ideal idml She had refused refunodseveral refl refusedseveral ed edAeveml
several offers ofer from millionaire milonalrC in America Americafor Amerca Amercafor Americafor
for the right to perform parsifal 1areifaIThe parsifalThe arlal
The Thl witness lnC declared deared that tht Herr Conned Conrirdwould Cnrl Connedwould
would aulr never have 1ae been ben able Ible to produce producethe producothe produceJ
J the work in Now York if ho had hd not acquired acquireda acquiredpoket
a pocket poket copy of it i which Herr Conrad Conradalleged Conradallege Conradalleged
alleged allege thnl that hat Herr Conned Conrledhnd had purchased puched in inBerln inBrlnthrough inBern
Bern Brlnthrough through an elevator boy in a hotel hotelfortt hoteltor hotelfor
fortt forttIt for
forIt 1
It came out that this copy was printed printedM
r M 8 the result rOult of a contract Publisher PublRher Schott Schottsucceeded RchottIcede Schottsucceeded
succeeded Icede in making inklng with wih Wagner WagnIr on one oneoccasion oneoca8ion oneoccasion
occasion oca8ion when Wagner Wagnenavas was wa passing through throughDresden thraughDresden throughDresden
Dresden DresdenIntendant DresdenIntendant DresdenIntendant
Intendant Possart P0rt testified tetfed that thaI Herr HprrConried HerrC4nred HerrConded
Conried C4nred told him last June that if the five fivedirectors fve fvedlrccarl fivedirectors
directors dlrccarl in Genrjany Gerlnny would promise that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they would not perform Parsifal Parlfal until unti
1913 when hen the copyright expired expire ho would wouldrefrain wouldrffmin wouldrefrain
refrain rffmin from producing it Herr Pos Possart PosIrt PoeMrt ¬
sart Irt was WI of the proucnp opinion that Herr Conried Conriedhad Conrl Conrlhd Con nod nodhad
had hd acted acte within withi the rights rghts conferred conf by
the American Americn law lawThe lawTe lawThe rre
The Te other witnesses wltnfe were ere Prof Martin MartinKratise Martn MartnKruse MartinKrause
Krause Kruse and Herr Oppenheim a journalist journalistThe jauralst jauralstThe journalIstlho
The story tar of my going geln to nn elevator elevatorboy elevatarbay elevatorboy
boy for a a a copy of tim t opera oper is il too too ridiculous ridiculousto ridiculaul
to be discussed difcuFRed paid aid Herr Conned Conrie last lastevening lasteerirg lastevening
evening eerirg when he heard harof of It Itvirir ItFW itXE
XE virir FW WOULD mlL IIEKF 11P SUIT SllT or m7 m7Ultrla 0U7Austria T TAustria
Austria Ultrla Wont ont Let 1lt It I In II From Inn Ih Artrn Artrnllne trgcnline rKfn rKfnln
line ln or the United nlld Sutra SutraSpecial Statt Stattoptcal States1pectai
Special optcal Cable Vespaith VUaltl to t Tin SUN SUNVIENNA SUNVJENNA SusVIENNA
VIENNA Feb 4The < The Government Goverment has hasprohibited hal halpihlbltt haspmhibited
prohibited pihlbltt the delivery delvery of Argentine Argentno beef beefwhich bef befw beefwhich
which lch had been ordered with the
w ha ben wih object objectof objet objetof
of reducing eucing the high prices prlcOI of meat here hereIt hereI borej
It I j threatens thrpaten to to adopt tho same measures measuresagainst melure measuresagainst
against American beef beefDr bf bfDr beefDr
Dr von Koeber Kaebr the Austrian Prime PrimeMinister PrimoMinIster PrimeMinister
Minister and Minister of the Interior told tolda talddeputlton
a deputation deputlton that It would he highly re regrettable r ri rq rqgrettabku ¬
i grettable grtabll if the Government were menaced menacedwith menae menacedwith
with the importation of American beef but butIt butidld butItulid
wih Imprtaton
I idld It Itulid did not fear that this thll would auld occur occurChoate oour oourt occurr
r t floats oate Goes to Timbrldjc Writs WritsSpecial 1rls 1rlsSpecIal WellsSpectol
Special Cable Ueapaltlt lupaltllo to Tn Tea Sow SowLONDON SUNLNDON SueLONDON
LONDON LNDON Feb 4 Ambassador 4Ambl er Choate Choatefa Choat
fa t 5 better btter and has ha gone to Tunbrldgo Wells WellsIn Wele WeleIn
J In Kent to t recuperate recuperateT ruperate ruperateT
p T Car Cv a Cold In One D Day DayTatLutv DayTksLazaiiv T I ITak
Tak TatLutv TksLazaiiv Laiatlve Drone Brmo Quinine Tablets All Al DrUg DrUgCuLl
CuLl nDd rXid l the money I it I It IAI fallS 10 cure E I W Wrv W14ovOa
14ovOa rv IJnlun aJgnsture is on cAcl cacti bL box 2Adr
COLLEGE COLLEGEMEH HEN GOOD FIGHTERS FIGHTERSGEN FIHTERS FIHTERSJOt
GEN JOE W HEELER TALKS TAKS TO TOSYRACUSE TOSrllCUSE TOSY1MCUSE
SYRACUSE SrllCUSE ALUMNI ALVMNIDr ALU1NI ALU1NIDr
Dr MacCraoken laeCeken Prefers P fen a Church Olrh Vat Unlveralty Vnlnl Vatveralty
veralty nl to Neutral Neutrl Universities Unlnnltf on onWheels onheels onWheeiaJohn
Wheels WheeiaJohn heels John ohn U I Arehbold Hopes HopesInlvmlty 10plI 10plIVnlnnl HopesVnlverslty
Inlvmlty Vnlnnl Trust TUlt Will 1 lie Methodist MethodistFighting lUethodlltFightng MethodlalFightIng
Fighting Fightng Joe Wheeler Whcler John D Arch Archbold Arh Arhbld Archbold
bold bld George Gerge H Daniels and Chancellors ChancellorsDay ChancellorsDay
Day of Syracuse Syrause University and Mac MacCracken Ma MacCracken
Cracken Craken of Now York University Unierlty were wereguesta weregUMts wereguests
guests of honor last night at the thirteenth thlrteentbannual thirteenthannual thirteenthannual
annual dinner nner of the Now York Y rk Alumni AlumniAssociation AlumniAssoiaton AlumniAssociation
Association Assoiaton of Syracuse University Unlverlty at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel Manhattan Manhatan President Prei ent Stephen B BAyrea DAyrf BAyreti
Ayrea Ayrf of tho alumni association l olaton was Wa the thetoostmaster thetonstmater thetoastmaster
toastmaster tonstmater Syracuse SyracuB University Unlverlty being a acoeducational I Icoeucatonnl acoeducational
coeducational institution at least half of oftho ofthe ofthe
coeucatonnl Insttuton
the diners were women a fact that Gen GenWheeler GenI leaWheeler
Wheeler said had ha not been ben confided contded to to him himI himor himor
I I or else he would not have come cOle so near nearto nearI nearto
to being bing absent He spoke spol on the toast toastDoes tOnt tOntDos toastDoes
I Does Dos the College Colege Man Mal Make a Good Goo Fight Fighter ¬
er On this topic he said saidI aidI
I recollect recalelt that thlt in 61 there th re was WIS a I regiment regimentthat regimentthat regimentthat
that had one college collge man mUl uuiu ii in It besides hesld s tlvn tlvnof 10 10or I1f3of
of what wero called enUld town buhlcs On the theeve theevo theeve
eve of nil 11 important battle baltn these men got notInto gotInto gotinto
Into trouble und unr wero w re locked up The he Col Colonel Colonel Colonel ¬
onel of the regiment was WIS called Inl d on by b all l of ofthu otthu ofthe
thu orUcerii who Levered him hll to let llt them go gous golB goIts
us lB they would woulr perform lIrrOrm prodliries lrdllle of valor In Intho Inthe Inthe
the battle battleTheso bUtUIThe8l battleThese
These The8l town bullies Imle worn woe treat Irclt talkers talkersWell tulkersWel talkersWell
Well Wel he let three of them thlm no and In the battle bnttlotwo butt battletVo
two of the three proved prolr to 10 bo arrant cowards cowardsand cowardsnnd cowardsand
and ran away nwn while hle the colleen colee man who whowas wboWIS whovaLe
was WIS only onl sixteen went wlnt on to to win praise praiseand prnlseand praiseand
and glory Klar until unti one day 11 an In order was WIS sent sentout Bentaut sentout
out congratulating concrntulnlnl him Lund and his command commandon
on brave acts they thp hnd performed performedThere p pIrformedThero rtermed rtermedTberf
There Tberf was a good ood test tett of college colele men menIn menIn loanIn
In the late lat Spanish war in our worthy Presi Presidents Prlsl Prlsldents Presidents ¬
dents regiment which had one battalion battalioncomposed batalon batalonlorposNI battalioncolnpoeel
composed lorposNI almost ullost entirely Itreh of them thtl They Theyhad theyhad ht
had 1 to stand a 1 searching comparison with the thoother theoUler theother
other < two battalions bltulons made ladt up of frontiers frontiersmen frontler8men frontiersmen ¬
men who had been lightIng thhtlnl Indians IndilM nod nodBuardlnc andguiirdfn nd ndIullrdlnl
Buardlnc Iullrdlnl tho outskirts autBklrtl of civilization cvlznton Yet Yetin YetIn YetIn
in every fnttftKemont engngenlnt that bnttalon battalion of college collegemen eOIPiO eOIPiOmtn collegemdi
men mtn conducted condnctl Itself so 10 that the bther bthtr two twohad twohud twohad
had to take off or their hate and bow to the col colle 001 001ItlA ccllego
le ItlA lego p boys In the th front frontTo frantro frontTo
To be bl a soldier requires one to bo on a honor honorable hDnornble honorable ¬
able man mll and anr at re9ulrts est elt Point olnt nothing nothu is so soexacted 80fXlctld soexacted
exacted fXlctld as IU the highest typo of honor In Intwo IntlO Intwo
two of the tlo engagements eni ge1pnt in Cuba the men menwere menwere mencore
were obliged ablged to go go through high grass ir IS It Itwas ItI Itwas
was required of the officers oncerB to make their theirmen theirmen theirmen
I men lie II down but you could always tell tellj tel tellwhere
where the lne line af batto battle was by seelnl seeing the theafcfrs theomeers
j I officers afcfrs standing tandlnl In II the th midst of the most mostmerciless mostmtrelc8e mostmerciless
merciless mtrelc8e fire fre One half of thn officers were werekilled werekietl werekilled
killed kietl or wounded wounde In twenty minutes minuteI of that thattire thatIrt thattire
tire Irt The college celege educated erueated men are Iru the pride prideof prideor prideof
of the country countryThe countr countrI countryThe
The ro alumni and ad maybe myb some alumna alumnawhistled alumnhiste alumamwhistled
I whistled histe Dixie at Gen Wheeler when lie liefinished befnihed hefinished
finished finishedI fnihed fnihedChancor finishedChancellor
I Chancellor Chancor MacCracken said Ild that tht he liked likedsquarely likedSyracuse
Syracuse Univerlty University hcauFe because It cme came out outs outs9uareiy
squarely s unrely as a a denominational denamlntonal Institution InstitutionSyracuse Insttuton InsttutonSyrc InstItutionSyracuse
Syracuse Syrc e is il the only church university unicrly
in America that epeake spake out in a hold bld frank frankclear franKclrar frankclear
clear manner mnner he hI said nld and went on tocom tocomI to com comEre cornpare
Ere its coufe course with that of what he cli called calledneutral
I neutral nfutralunherilf universities uinlvereit ies on wheels whele that t hat rolled rolledj role rolledInto
j into the class cls of State universities unheritie long longenough Ian longenough g genDugh
enough to to obtain a 1 bag bg of money and then thenrolled thenrole thenrolled
rolled role back bck into Into the neutral ranks ranksj mnksJehn ranksJohn
j John D Arehbold Achbold who is president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Syracuse University Vnlerity Corporation Carpraton pre preI
I seated through thrugh Toastmaster TaMtmlRter Ayres who whodid who whodid
did not announce the name of the donor donorsouvenirs danorRuvenlr donorsouvenirs
souvenirs Ruvenlr in thu shape shap of silver siver and alumi aluminum aum alurnlI ¬
1 I num watch wath fobs with wih the orange flag fag of ofSyracuse ofI ofSyracuse
Syracuse SyracB on one on side and on the other an anI anInsrpton aninscription
I I inscription Insrpton commemorating cmmemortng the dinner dinnerMr dinnerI dInnerMr
I Mr Arehbold indorsed indoll ho said sad the thei thewonle
i words wanlF of Chancellor Chlcelor MacCracken MaCracken in com commending commen cornmending
mending men lng Syracuse Syrus for being bing a church churh uni university unlverlty university
versity verlty versityI
I I hope hop the time tme will wi come he said saidwhen lad ladI saidwlien
I when in the trust trlt of the future futur all al univer universities unlversities ¬
unver unveriUes
sities will wi he Methodists MethodistsCol Methodlstl
Col William Wliom H Rowe told stories stariei One Onehired OneI Oneof
I of them concened concerned nn Irshman Irishman who WS WShired washired
hired as o a Republican Repuhlcan repeater repeattr Vote in intho Inthe Inthe
the name namE of Bishop Behol Doane1 Deae he was wal told toldsaid toldld toldsaid
said ld Mr Rowe RoweSure Rwe RweSure RoweSure
Sure Id Id just as a noon Ban vote as a a Bishop Bishopas Bishop
as Many anny wan wa said sd the Irishman Phats Phatshis Phatshie Pluatshis
his hull hul name nameWilliam nameWiia nameWilliam
William Wiia Croswell CroBwll Deane he was told toldSo taldSo toldSo
So So to the th polls pals he went and registered registeredWilliam rt registeredWil1iarn tre
William Wilam Croswell Croswel Doane Dane said sid the poll pollclerk pal pollclerk
clerk Youre not the Bishop BishopThe B8hap B8hap111e BishopThe
The hell hel Oi aint aint Bald the th Irishman IrishmanMr Irlhman IrlhmanMr
Mr Rowe said that he had been ben asked aske by byGov hyGav byby
Gov Odell Odel to give g e him a valuable valuble nomina nomination nominaI nomination ¬
tion that of a private prvate citizen citzen I so so nomi nominate nomlnnte noininate ¬
nate Benjamin B Odell Odel Jr raid lid Mr MrRowe MrItowo Ir IrHowe
I Rowe and hell heIIIllo mnko a good one oneChancellor onoChncelor oneChancellor
Chancellor Chncelor Day said lald that Syracuse SyrcuAe was wnsmoving wasI wasmovIng
I moving movln out into greater things tings because beause it ithad Ithd Ithad
had hd to But Blt we v stand ftuld at Syracuse he hesaid heRaid hosaid
said for the tho old fashioned flhlone foundational foundaUonalpttidleq faundtonl faundtonltudlf foundationalstudies
studies tudlf We emphasize emphasie the liberal arts artscollege atl artscollege
college colege and its Latin Ltn and an Greek Orok courses coursesand COUIC coursesand
and its it recondite reondite scientific sientlfo studies We Weare Weare Veare
are making makng brains brall I have hve no sympathy sympathywith sympathywith
with ith the fad of cutting cutng courses COUIe two years yearsa ears earsI
a I course cure absurd in the extreme extremeThe exteme extemeThe extremeThe
The Ahni left amount amountof
Almighty hty ler an enormous enormoul
of things to be created create It is a proved provedfact prvod prvodfact provedfact
fact that during durinr the tht lifetime Itthne of men hero heroIn heroII hereIii
In II this thi room 80000 80 substances sub tnncC have been beencreated ben bencreatenot beencreatednot
created createnot creatednot not discovered dl dIscoveredthat coveredtlt that wore wer not in inthe Inthe inthe
the world sixty s ty or seventy years year ago agoCreative ao aoCreatvo agoCreative
Creative Creatvo forces fOTf have been ben put into the thehands thehandl thehands
hands handl of the educated educte and creative create realms realmsopened realt realmsopened
opened opene to their minde mindeHo mindene nnindeHe
Ho said that tht there ther am 2200 220 students at atSyracuse atSyracuso atSyracuse
Syracuse this year and two new buildings buildingsIn buIdlngs buIdlngsIn
In course caure of erection eretion We want more morebuildings mor morebuildings
buildings h1ldin s we e want endowments we want wanteverything wanteverything ant anteverhlng
everything everythingWONT everhlng everhlngJOT everythinglJOXT U
WONT JOT WAIT WAT FOR ttALFOUR ttALFOURMnrley 1loR IS1LFOUIl1nrley I IIorle
Mnrley Iorle Declines Declnel to Delay Dcla Ills Jl Ilt Attack talk on onthe fl onthe
the Government Governmentfiprctal Gornment0prl1 GovernmentprchnI
fiprctal 0prl1 Cable Despatch to THE TiE Scs ScsLONDON SU SULaNDaN Susiosnos
LONDON Feb 4 41n In tho House HalRI of Com Commons CommonK Cornnonu4 ¬
monK today tocay Mr AkersDouglas AkerDauglaB the Home HomeSecretary HomeSeretary homeSecretary
Secretary Seretary announced that if Mr Morley Morleywould Morleywould Iorleywauld
would withdraw wihdrw his amendment to the thnaddress theaddreA theaddress
address addreA in reply to the thl Kings Ingt speech pch the theGovernment theGoverment theGovernment
Government Goverment would agree agre to find fnd an early earlyopportunity earlyapport earlyopportunity
opportunity apport uniy to discuss disus the fiscal fsal question questionwhen fuo questionwhen lon lonwhen
when Premier Balfour returned reture to to his hissent hisRea hissent
sent sentMr Rea
Mr Morley said he was Wa sorry lerry to dis disappoint disappoint dieappoint ¬
appoint Sir Michael HicksBeach Hicks each who had hadraised hadrised hadraised
raised rised the question of postponement but buthe buthe butho
he was Wi bound to press his amendment amendmentUBS amendmet amendmetJI1S amendmentIfls
JI1S UBS MAYBRICKS JUIBRIK RELEASE RELEASEHome Ilf1 IZFLEASFHonue AU AUHOIl
Home HOIl Secretary SeerctarySays Says SIS She Will 111 no 0 Fred r at atthe atthe atthe
the End F11 or Next xt Summer SummerSpecial Summlr SummlrSal SummerSpcIni
Special Cable DespairS ItJalch to I THE Tn SUN SUNLONDON SU1 Su SuLoNDOli
LONDON Fob 4 4Home Homo Secretary Seretary Akers AkersDotiglns AkerADaugll AkersDouglas
Douglas Daugll informed Infored J OConnor in the House Houseof HOUA HOUAof
of Commons Camoni today that Mrs Maybrlck Maybrlckhad lCyhrlck lCyhrlckluw
had received roclved a license lconle under the penal penalservitude penalsfrvitudf penalservitude
servitude sfrvitudf act and was Wi now in a ahoma home She Shewould Showould Shewould
would be b allowed alowed to leave lea vo at the end enc of the thesummer thesummer thesummer
summer summerHe summerUe summerlie
He could culd not promise prami further details detailsin detall
in view of the desire reslre of tho authorities autharites of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the home to consult canlult Mrs Ir Maybricks own ownwishes ownwishe ownwishes
wishes wishesSANCIIEX wishe wisheSttCll wishessxciitz
SANCIIEX SttCll Z AND SAMAXA TAKEN TAKENFlElitlnic TUEFl5htn TIKEXFiglitinic
FlElitlnic Fl5htn and fuming Hrported nlporttd In Santo SantoDomingo Santolomlngo SantoIomingoCapltal
Domingo lomlngo IomingoCapltal Capital Attacked Attackedfipiclal Atacked AtackedIlal AttackedSpecial
Special Ilal Cable Detpatch Vupath la Tux Tn SuN HCKSANTO SUI SuNSANTO
SANTO DoMiNaoJan DO tNOoJan 29 Delayed DelayeTe DelayeTecity DeJayodThe DeJayodThecity The Thecity
city has ha been attacked attacke vigorously with somo somoadvantage somoadvantage someadvantage
advantage to the insurgents insurgentsSanchez Insurgnts InsurgntsSanchez insurgentsSanchez
Sanchez and Samana have been capt captured captur capttired ¬
tired ur by the Government Ooverment troops troopsIncendiaries troopsIncendlarlee troopsIncendiaries
Incendiaries have been at work in San SanCarlos SanCarlo SanCarIes
Carlos Carlo and the town tow Is burning burningHAD burningIUD burningIItI
HAD A t CONGRESSMANS OORESSUA1S RINGS RINGSNegro IIOS IIOSN fliNGsegro
N Negro egro gro llellboy 1llby Arrested rrltd for Robbing nnbhln Mr MrMarshall UrInrliall Ir IrInrlhal
Marshall Inrlhal of North Dakota DakotaBALTIMORE UalolaBAITUIRF lakotaBAtruIonF
BALTIMORE BAITUIRF Feb eb 4 4Grrpo 4George Georgo Boyd a acolored aclore acolored
colored clore bellboy belboy from Washington WIKhlgton was wascaptured wascpturt wascaptured
captured cpturt by detectives detrt this thll afternoon afernoan while whileattempting whie whieatemptng whileattempting
attempting to four rings valued
atemptng to pawn at atabout atabout atabout
about SIO 1000 He confessed canfeie that tht he had hadstolen hadetolen hadstolen
stolen them from Congressman CongrCmln Thomas ThomasF ThamaeMarhl
F Marshall Marhl of North Narh Dakota The ho Con Congressman ConRllman Congreesman ¬
gressman Rllman has ha apartments aprtment at Stonely Court CourtWashington CourtWashinglan CourtWashington
Washington and Ind Boyd said that he had hadand har had hadsecured
Aeure secured a pa pass key from another belbol
and had thus tlus entered etered the Congressman Congressmansroom Cngr011 a aroom
rom room and ad stolen stlea the to jewe JeweI I
I
SIX SI MEN KILLED lLLED BY INDIANS INDIANSMexican INpINS INpINSMefn INDIANSMeziesu
Mexican Mefn fitmce 8tle Coach oaehHfld Held lp tpbBnd tpbBndor by svBand svBandof a Band Bandof
of Yaquls YaqulsGUATMAB Yaquio YsqutuGrAnite
GrAnite o 14ns Mexico Mexlo Feb 4 Passengers 4Passengersarriving Passengersarriving
arriving arving from frm Ortiz Ori on the Sonora Som Railroad Railroadbrought Rild Rildbrught Railroadbrought
brought brught the first frt news of a I crime cime com committed cm cmmited cornmitteci ¬
mitted mited by Yaqul Indians Indi IndiansThe x
The stage etag which runs r between bton Ortiz Ortizand Oriz Orizand Ortlzand
and Las L Cruces Crc was wa held up and the sis sisoccupants elxopts sixOccupants
occupants opts were wer killed kied Among Aang them were wereSalvador wereSalvador
Salvador Slvaar Flores Flare and his hL nephew nehew Francisco FranciscoFlorea FranciscoFlores
Flores Flors They hey were er both prominent in inSonera InSonor inSonora
Sonora SoneraThere Sonor SonoraThere
There Ther were wer fifteen fften Indians Indlan according accordingto accring accringto
to to the statement ettement of Francisco Frncic Flores Flor who whodid whodid ho hodid
did not expire expir until unt ho was wa picked ploke up by bya byaparty a aparty aparty
party of travelling in the ¬
vaqueros vaquero ttve1ng oppo opposite opp opposite
site direction directionWhen dirton dirtonWhen directionWhen
When the massacre macn was discovered dlecover om officers omcr oMcore ¬
core cr In charge of the garrison garl n at Ortiz Ortizwero Ortz Ortzwer Ortlawere
were wer notified notled and a detachment detchment of mounted mountedtroops mountedtroops
troops trp has hl gone in pursuit purut of the Indians IndiansDADY Indian IndianDADr IndiansDADI
DADY IS SURE HELL HEL GO GONot GONot GOiot
Not iot Even Odell Odd He fe Deleve Believes Can cn Keep Him HimFrom 11m 11mIrom filmFrom
From Chicago CloIO Convention ConventionSince Cnventon CnventonSince ConventionSince
Since his return rtu from Cuba Cb on Tuesday TuesdayCol Tedy TedyCol
Col Michael J Dady of Brooklyn Brokly has hs dis discovered d discovered ¬
covered covere that tht a scheme seme has ha been ben planned plannedduring plannedduring
during durng his hil absence absenc to to thwart twar his h ambition ambitionto abiton abitonto
to to participate patcipate in the th Chicago convention conventionas conventiona
as a one of the two delegates delegate from frm the Seventh SeventhCongress SeventhCngr SeventhCongress
Congress Cngr district which whch includes Icude the First FirstSecond Frt FrtSend FirstSecond
Second Send Third Thir Eighth Ninth Nit and ad part p of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Tenth Assembly Aembly district distrct The Te anti antlDady at antiDady
Dady forces fore so it was wa announced were we to tobe tobe
be lined lne up in support aouc of Deacon Dcn Richard RichardH
H Laimbeer Llmber1 ST former forer Deputy Fire Fr Cora Coraful Cm Cmmlloner Cornmissioner
missioner wio DO was I alo also to have te the power powerful
ful kited latedCol lte kitedCol backing backig of Gov Odell Odel to t whom hom he pwer pwerful la I re related r nokited ¬
Col Dady after a survey surey of the situation situationdeclared eltuaton eltuatondelare situationdeclared
declared delare that tlat his h political poltcl props prpe in the te dis district d dIstrict ¬
trict trct were wee still stl firmly frly planted p1t and ad that thatit tht thteve thateven
eve even Coy Odel Odell hd had not power eough enough to tomoe tomove
move them He b has the sold solid suppor supportof of th thFirst
First Irt it Second Send Eighth Eghth and ad Ninth Nlntdistricts Nith Ably Assembly
districts ditrct while hle Laimbeer Lmbcr only contro controown cntrl controls his hisownthe
own ownthe the Third Tirad Thirdand and the Tenth Tent through throughhis thugh thughhis
his friend frend Election Eleten Commissioner Cml8loner Fuller FullerCHALLENGE Fler FlerCHALLENGE FullerCHALLENGE
CHALLENGE FROM BRYAN BRYANHe
He Wants to Know K0w What bat the te Reorganize ReorganizePropose Deorsll Deorslllople fleorgsnizeaPropoie
Propose lople to Say About Money MoneyLINCOLN Ilone IloneLINCOL loneyLINcoi
LINCOLN LINCOL Neb Feb 4 4l1 4Mr Mr Bryan Br dares daresthe dr threethe
the te reorganizers rerganzr to t state ette their position pOlit on on onthe onte onthe
the te money question queton and ad go before bfar the thecountry thecut thecountry
country cut on that tht issue l8ue In the Commoner Commonerho
ho says saysWill lsMWII
MWII Will those who object abJet to t the therfton therftonof reaffirmation reafflmutlonof
of the Kansas IaneBI City platform plator because boue to todo todo todo
do so means mens that the party pary stands stnd for bi bimetallism bimetalsm bimetaillsm ¬
metallism metalsm bo willing vllng for the te party to t make makeitself mke mkeltel makeitself
itself ltel clearly cerly understood udertood upon the money moneyquestion moneyquestion
I question qu ton Do those thoeo who ulon insist Ieist that the theprincipal theprncipl theprincipal
principal prncipl of bimetallism bimetllem has h been be destroyed destroyedand detrye destroyedand
and that tt the single gold standard stndar is is right rightwant rght rghtant rightwant
want ant the platform platorm to t bo so framed frmed as a to todeceive todeele todeceive
deceive deele the people peopleIS peple pepleIS
IS NEW 1EI YORK FOR ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTExKov ROOSEVELTI ROOSEVELTExGov
ExKov BUck Dak Says S1 It I Is for the Conven Convention Convn Convnton Conventhin ¬
I thin ton to Decide DIeld8 Whether Wh thrr to Instruct InstructWASHINGTON Inltret InltretW InstructVAsuINoToue
WASHINGTON W ASlNOTON Feb 4 4Fafr 4Formpr Forrqer Governor GovernorFrank OavernorFrank GovernorFrank
Frank S Block Bak and John FOBrlenSecretary FOBrlenSecretaryof FODrien8retl
of State Stte of New York callegi ca callh on the Presi President Pei Peident President ¬
dent this morning moring After Ater they left let the thePresidents thePreidents thePresidents
Presidents Preidents office omce each eh was wa asked ake the quos question quO quostion ¬
tion ton Will Wi tho New York delegation delegaton to the theChicago theCicago theChicago
Chicago Cicago convention conventon be instructed Intrctf for forRoosevelt ferHooscvelt forRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltThat HooscveltThat RooseveltThat
That is a matter mattr for the te convention cnventon to todetermine to todetermine
determine and in regard regar to to which hich I dont dontcare dontcare dontcare
care to express expre an opinion replied reple Mr MrBlack MrBlack r rBlak
Black BlackTho Blak Blakhe BlackThe
The he delegates delegate from the State Stte of New NewYork NewYark NewYork
York will i be 0 instructed lntrct for Roosevelt Rooseveltsaid Roevelt Roevelteald Rooseveltsaid
said Mr OBrien OBrienHANNA OBrienHAN1A OBrienIIANNA
HANNA HAN1A FOR PRESIDENT PRESIDENTC
Cards C rrts Bearing Ills 111 Name Xlme Coupled copl d With WithMrs mtblls WithMess
Mrs lls of Ilnol Illinois Distributed DIrlbotld In Pltttlmrg PltttlmrgPITTSDUBO PtlbUS PtlbUSPITsnuno PlttstuurgPirrsntjno
PITTSDUBO PITsnuno Feb 4 4To 4Two Two well wel dressed dressedstrangers dr8ed dr8edstranger dressedstrangers
strangers stranger spent spnt the day in Plttsburg Pttburg dis distributing di distributing ¬
tributing cards cr on the streets etrte announcing announcinga annoucili annoucilia
a Presidential Prsidental ticket tcket for 1808 The Te ticket ticketis tcket tcketiM
is Marcus A Hnnna lanna of Ohio for President Presidentnnd Prident Pridentnnd Presidentand
nnd Magnus MagU A Mess Mes of llnol Illinois for to Vice YicePresldent VicePresident 100
President Presl ent Theso Teeo are ar said ld to t be b the busi business bul bulneSB bualrices ¬
ness mens farel farmers worklngmens and andathletic andathletc andathletic
athletic athletc mens choice choic On the obverse obversenido abvele abvelealdo obverseaide
aide of the card cr is a pictureof plcturo each of the thePresidents thePr thePresidents
Presidents Pr Ident of this thl country cuntr since sinc Washing Washington Wablng Wablngton ¬
ton and tho simple announcement annoucmnt For ForPresident FarPrsident ForPresident
President Prsident Marcus Iarus A Hanna 1008 1008SIX 198 198SIX 1908SIX
SIX UNCONSCIOUS rVCoNtiIUS FROM FRO GAS GASHarlemmUy GASHarlem l lHarlem
Harlem HarlemmUy Family Knocked Knoclll Out OotAI OutAll All bat bt One OneSoon Oe Oe80n OneSoon
Soon 80n nevlve nevlveDomenlco RerlreDomenico flelveDornenico
Domenlco Nascell6 Nacel his hi wife three thre chil children ohl ohildren ¬
dren and aboarder boarder Talhv Nascollo
a ala NBclo were wererendered wererendered wererendered
rendered unconscious uconsolous by escaping ecaping gas in inNascollos InXBRceloe IiiNascollos
XBRceloe Nascollos home at 403 0 East Elt 123d 123 street streetyesterday stret stretotorday streetyesterday
yesterday otorday morning moring When the barber barbernest baber babernext barbernext
next door opened ho smelled gas ga and andcalled andcaled andcalled
called caled Policeman Polcman Whitman Witman who broke brokedown br btdkodown ke kedow
down dow Nascellos Nacloe door doorAll doorAl doorAll
All Al except excpt Mrs I Noscello Nlclo revived when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the hotso was a opened apned She wad Wa wa taken takento ten tento
to the Harlem Hospital H0pltal and will wi recover recoverHow recoverHow recoverHow
How the gas started stared to escape eecap Nascello Nascellodoesnt Nlolo Nlolodoent Nascellodoesnt I
doesnt doent know knowFOR knowJOI knowFOR
FOR JOI MR Ji IR WHITNEYS FUNERAL FUNERALFinal FUNERALFnal FUNERALFinal
Final Fnal Arrangements for the te Great Gret Throng ThrongExpected Tons TonsFxpectld ThrongExpected
Expected Fxpectld to Attend Atend It ItThe I ITe ItThe
The Te final fnnl arrangements arangement for tho funeral fuerl of ofWilliam ofWiiam ofVviliiam
William Wiiam C Whitney at Grace Grac Church Chuch at
10 oclock ocock this thi morning morng were wer announced announcedlast annouod annouodlt announcedlast
last lt night The Te services ervio will i be b extremely extremelysimple extrmely extrmelysiple extremelysimple
simple siple and comparatively cmparatvely brief bref Seventy Seventypews Sventy Sventypws Seventypews
pews pws in the church churh have been bn reserved reservedfor rlrm rlrmfar reservedfor
for the family faiy and relatives rlatye the th pallbearers pallbearersrepresentatives plbrr plbrrrprentaths pallbearersrepresentatives
representatives rprentaths of the army end andnavy navy the theWhitney theWhitney theWhitney
Whitney family tamiy servants frvants representatives representativesof rprlntt e eaf
of tho business bUlineA concerns cancm with ith which hch Mr MrWhitney MrWhitney MrWhitney
Whitney was WI connected cannectd and for intimate intimatefriends Intmte Intmtefrlend intimatefriends
friends frlend of the family ramiy The Te remaining rmnig pews pewswill pw pww1 pewswill
will w1 be b open opn to the general genera public publicThe publo publoTe pubiloThe
The Te Whitney family famly and relatives relatve8 will willoccupy wl willoccupy
occupy the first frt seven pews pwe to the left of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the centre cntre aisle asle The he pallbearers palbarer will willoccupy wi willoccupy
occupy occpy tho first frt three tbre pews to t the right rght of ofthat oftht ofthat
that tht aisle and three pews pws Immediately Immediatelybcliind Immeiately Immeiatelyohind Immediatelybehind
behind them have been reserved for
ohind ben rle army armyand armyad armyand
and ad navy officers Pews between betwe too 10 and 78 78on 78on 78on
on the right of the centre aisle asle will wl be b occu occupied ocu ocupied occupied ¬
pied by representatives representtves of the banks trust trustcompanies trst trstcampanlol trustcompanies
companies and industrial industral corporations crpratane with withwhich wth wthwhich withwhich
which Mr r Whitney Whiney was connected connet The Thefamily Thefamiy Thefamily
family famiy servants Blanta will il have four pews Dws on the thenorth thl thlnarth thenorth
north side aisle For the friends of the thefamily thefamly thefamily
family famly pews between bltween 114 and 135 13 on the left leftof lef leftof
of the centre aisle have been ben reserved reservedWord rcered rceredWor reservedWord
Word Wor was W received reive yesterday yeterd from frm Mrs MrsAlmcrio Mr MrsAlmenic
Almcrio Hugh Paget Mr Whitneys elder elderdaughter elderdaughter eiderdaughter
daughter and the only Immediate Imellte member memberof
of tho family famiy who is il not at the Whitney Whitneyhome Whitneyhome Whitneyhome
home Mrs MI Paget is In Rome and she sheasked shenke sheasked
nke asked if I the funeral could not be post postthat postnoned
pt ptpon
pon noned 1 Int untIl she could get here That Thathawever
however was 1 Impo impossible sible A mege message to tothat tothat
that effect efect wan a cabled cable to her herTo herTo herTo
To To handle tho crowd at tho funeral tuel Com Commissioner Cm Cmmissioner Cornmissioner ¬
McAdoo assigned detail detailof
missioner McAdoo nRAlgne a special Iplal deti
of 200 20 policemen palcemen under the command of ofChief ofChief ofChief
Chief Inspector Ineptar Cortright The Te Com Commissioner C Cornmissioner m mmiioner ¬
missioner miioner himself hiloJ will wi be there but not notin natil notin
in il his hi official capacity capacityMessages capaity capacityMessages
Messages MCages of condolence continued contnue to topour topaur topour
pour in at the Whitney hou house e yesterday yesterdayfrom yeteray yeteraytrom
from all al parts of the country and there therewas therown therewas
was wn an almost amOt steady stream of carriages carriagesat
at the entrance entrnce of the tie house houseSupremo hOlsl houseSupreme
Supreme Slpremo Court Cour Justice J tce Barrett announced announcedthat announc announcedthat
that to permit the attendance atindanc of the bench benchand benchand benchand
prmit
and tho bar at the funeral funrl the calendars calendarsin clenda
in i Special Spla Term Ter Part Par III II will wi not be called calledtill cale calledtill
till tl noon non The ho Board Bard of Eat Etmte Estimate I ma to has bs post postponed pt ptpned poetponed ¬
poned Its hour of meeting meetnguntlli ineetlnguntli until 1130 30 oclock oclockBO
pned
BO 10 that tht Mayor McClellan McClelln Corporation CorixiratlonCounsel CorjJmton CorjJmtonCuneel CorporationCounsel
Counsel the Cuneel funeral funeralTho fueral funeralThe Delany Delay and others other may my attend attendthe atend atendthe attendthe
The stewards of tho National Natonal Steeple Steeplechase Steeple Steeplechase ¬
chase chle and stewarl Hunt Association AMocaton at a special specialmeeting eplal eplalmeetng specialmeeting
meeting of meetng regret reirt yesterday yeteray adopted adopte a resolution resolutionof realutlon realutlonof
k
NICE THINGS SAID TO PALLAS PALLASUV
fIETHIGSSAI
UV NIXON AND COLER AT A LABOR LABOiDINNER LABORDINNER LABORDINNER
DINNER IN HIS IlS HONOR HONORShipbuilder lINOR lINORSlpbolder hONORShipbuilder
Shipbuilder Slpbolder Discovered Dlcvere Him 11m In Tammany TammanyExComptroller Tmmany TmmanyEoomptrter lammanyExComptroller
ExComptroller Eoomptrter Recognized Recosnlzld Him 11m him ai aiHaving asHaving
Having Havnl Votes Vote Back ck of Him IIA IIiiiiA A Few FewWordi FewWord ew ewWor
Word Wor on Rainapo Rmapddr flainapoAdilneas AddrtM Presented PresentedThe Plent PresentedThe d dThe
The waklng walking delegates delegate and other friends friendsof
of John Joh J Pallas Palo the new head of the thePark thePark thePark
Park Board Brd gave him a complimentary complimentarydinner complmen complimentarydinner ry rydiner
dinner diner last lat evening at Odd Fellows Fel0we Hall HallIn Hallin
In St Marks place plac Bishop Bihop Potter Pottr Mayor MayorMcClellan MayorlcClelan MayorMcClellan
McClellan lcClelan Police Polc Commissioner Commleloner MoAdoo MoAdooand McAdooand MoAdooand
and Charles Chrles F Fliurphy Murphy sent fnt congratulations congratulationsto congrtulaton congrtulatont
to Mr Pallas and couldnt couldntbe
t r Pala regretted regrtted they culdnt culdntb
be b there thereP ther
P PJ J McNulty McNuly business bUirets agent of the theorganized theorganizd theorganized
organized organizd 8treetcleaners etrtceaner was Wa touHtmaster touHtmasterLewis tOUtmmter tOUtmmterLwi toastniasterLewis
Lewis Lwi Nixon spoke spko to to the first flt toast which whichwas whicha whichwas
was a Labor Lbr In h Politics Pol Poll tc ties Mr Nixon paid paidmany paidmany paidmany
many compliments cm lm nt to Commissioner Comml loner Palms PallasI Palas PalasI
I hear said he that charges have havebeen ha havebeen 0 0ben
been ben prepared prepar against aanst Mr Palms PIUn by Samuel SamuelCompere SamuelOompr SamuelGompers
Compere Oompr for working fourteon hours a day dayinstead da dainteo dayInstead
instead inteo of eight since sinc he became beame Park ParkCommissioner Parl ParkCommissioner
Commissioner Comm8loner I recognized regnize the value valueof valueof valueof
of Mr Pallas Pala when I was wa at the head of ofTammany ofTamlY ofTammany
Tammany TamlY Hall HallMr HallMr
Mr llr Nixon Hal said sd that thlt labor had achieved achieveda ahieved ahieveda
advised the theunions theunlo theunions
a Rood deal by legislation legislaton and adls
Ro
unions unlo to t join the party prty which was wa the themost themott themost
most mott likely lkely to t benefit bneft them themI
I would wud not advise as to the party he heeald heMid hesaid
pty
Mid but if I avs did undertake undertke to advise I Iknow Iknow Iknow
know the party I would ould advise them to touphold touphold touphold
prty
uphold Laughter LaughterBird
Lughtr LughtrBid
Bird Bid S Coler followed folowe with a speech sph on onpublic onpublo onpublIc
public publo service He started etrte applause at atthe atthe atthe
srvc
the beginning by stating ettng that tht ho was Wa a aworking aworking aworking
working bgning man himself hlmel Mr Color said many manylaudatory manyJudatrthing manylaudatory
laudatory things about Mr Pallas Palas and andwent andwent andwent
Judatrthing abut
went on to describe deribe the things thing Pallas Pal could couldhave couldhve couldhave
have hve an opportunity of fighting fghtng for One Oneiras OnoW Onewas
iras W seaside selde parks parksMr prk parksMr
Mr Coler Cler said sid that tat the late StieH Sle Stie > t Clan Oaning CIanI Clantrig
trig I Commissioner Cmmieioner James McCartney Mcartny was wasa wa
a man of the people and rendered rnder as a great greata gn greata at ata
a public publc service IrVIC te pple as a any man ever did by bystarting hyltrtig bystarting
starting ltrtig the te fight fht against the Ramapo Ramapowater Rmlo Rmlowater Ramapowater
water deal de l McCartney McCrtnoy was W offered ofer 1000 tO 1000to
000 0 to t vote yot for forltt It Mr Coter CIr said hut fought foughttion faughtIt
It al all alonl along ana and dlsrv desrvcd equl equal rcgni rcgnitan recogni recognition
tion tan with wit tho late Ccl Waring WaringJudge Warlnl WaringJudge
Judge Judg Samuel Smul Seabury Sabur spoke plle at length lengthon
on the courts curt and labor labr and denounced denouncedgovernment denaunod denaunodgevrment denouncedgovernment
government gevrment by injunction injunctionOther InJucton InJuctonOther injunctionOther
Other toasts taats were wer The Church Churh and andWorkingmen andWorkingmen andWorkingmen
Workingmen the Rev Father Doyle DoylePulpit DoylePulplt DoylePulpit
Pulpit and ad Press PrM the Rev Rv Thomas Toma B BGregory DGrgor BGregory
Gregory Grgor and Conciliation Conciaton and Arbitra Arbitration Abltra Abltraton Arbitration ¬
tion ton Samuel Suel B Donnelly DonnellyAn Donnely DonnelyA
An A illuminated iuminatd address addrM to to Commissioner CommissionerPallas Commisioner CommisionerPala CommissionerPallas
Pallas Pala was wa unveiled umle by John N Bogart Bogartsecretary Bagar Bogartsecretary
secretary scrtary of tho arrangements armngments committee committeeand comitte comitteand committeeand
and Mr Pallas Pa11 made mde a brief speech spch of ofthanks ofthnks ofthanks
thanks
thnks thnksP thanksPALL4S
PALLAS P AII4 FIRES 300 10 MEN MENThe MEXThe 1 J I
The Te Labor Lbor Commissioner of Parks Prks Sayg SaygHe 881 Saalie i
He le Cant Cnt Afford Alord to Pay y Their Thllr Waxes WaxesPark WagesPark ISfI ISfIPark
Park Commissioner Clmllon r Pallas Pal yesterday yesterdaydismissed yestenay yestenaydile yesterdaydismissed
dismissed dile 300 3 of the Park imployeen I mployeel and nndexplained andExplinod andexrlalnod
explained Explinod that the te cut was wa wade male necessary necessarybecauso ncCsry ncCsrybecal necessarybecause
because becal of the action acton of the thl last lat adir al inistra inistration Inlstraton inietration
tion ton He le said Ild that the te weekly payrolls payrollshad payrals payralshad payrollshad
had been bon increased Incrae from from 15524 in 1902 1902to 101 1002to
to 111104 110 in 1903 t03 In 1808 180 the tht weekly pay payroll payrl payroll ¬
roll was 4402 4402Park 4492Park
rl Park Commissioner Commiioner 8402 8402Park Wlllcox Wlox ho hI sail saiihod sH sHha sailhad
had ha increased IncMd salaries larifs a few fewdova days dnys aft atAr aftr r the theelection theelection theelection
election more 100f than tan S230 23000 although a1tou h thu thuappropriations tw twapprprltlon thuappropriations
appropriations apprprltlon had been bef fixed fxf for tli tliyear the thlJyear theyear
year on the 11 basin ba of lower salarirs lalarirs It Itlooked I Itlooked
looked laok as a though taugh the th foim fnmAr fcnr r Commissioner Commissionerwanted Ctmmi8ionnwat Ccrnmisionerwanted
wanted to embarrass mbarl thu present prfWnt adnInis adnInistratlon uda aduinistration inl inltraton
wat
tratlon traton he asserted Irtll and anr was indifferent Indlferent to topuUlicS lopuIic topublid
puUlicS puIic needs A December DeCmbcr wewkly wokly payroll payrollof paal
of 10 11000 IsrulnouaaH irulnol 1 the th total appropria appropriation appropriaton ¬
tion ton for the joir elr is I only J130000 J130000THINGS S1300 S1300THINOS 430000THINGS
THINGS WANTED U tNTE1 4T BROW IIROWNItem BROWIem h3ROIlVItem
Item Iem a STOOOOO SO Library LbrarThllnl UbraryThat That and Col ColIfie Vollee ol olre
lee re Ideals DlseuWd Dleuilld at Her Ulr Dinner DinnerThe Dnlrr DnlrrTe DinnerThe
The Te Brown alumni in New York held heldtheir heldthc heldthdir
their thc r annual anual reunion and dinner at the thoUniversity theUnlerity theUniversity
I IKen
University Unlerity Club last night night Dr r W W WKeen WKeen
Keen Ken of Philadelphia Phiadelphi who followed folowed Fred President Presldcnt Freddent ¬
dent Faunce Faunc on the list lst of speakers said saidthat fald faldtht saidthat
that tht the Brown Bro1 man nion and the college calege man manin manIn manin
in general geneal must mUt help in the coming fight fightbetween fght fghtbtwen fightbetween
between btwen AngloSaxon and uld Slav SlavWhen Hln HlnWhen SlavWhen
When Japan fires frei the first Irst gun which whichmay whichmay whichmay
may he tomorrow he h iii said lald she will wl be befighting befghtng befighting
fighting fghtng our battles battes and I hope Great Britain Britainand Brllin Brllinand Britainand
and the United Unied States Statf will wl back bak up Japan Japanwith Japanwith Japanwith
with arms If necessary Ileelsy Such men as asHay aRHay asHay
Hay Hoot Rot Taft aft and Roosevelt Rosevelt are making makingpossible makingpaalble makingpossible
possible paalble the victory vict ry of the Saxon over tho thoSlav tm tmSlav tueSlav
Slav I hope and believe belpve that Brown Brwn and nndthe1 nnr andthe
the other colleges cleges will wi continue to turn turnout tur turnout
out others other like lke them themPresident themPresident themPresident
President Faunce spoke for the uni university university thu thuversity ¬
versity and said ld that its is greatest gretest need nt ntpresent utpresent atpresent
present was wa a university unlverity library lbrr He Hewants Hewants liewants
wants 300000 0 to t build b ld the library lbrary and
1250000 125 to maintain it Some of the things tilingshe
he said ld were wereThe wereThe wereThe
The number of books taken out of the li library l Iibrary ¬
brary decreases decreasel every lvery year ear but the th number numberread nUluhlr nUluhlrr nuiuuherread
read r ld and Inr consulted there therl Imreiiww IIrI18 The Thelibrary Th ThIhrRry Ihelibrary
library IhrRry Is Isbe becoming < mng the centre cpntre of the III uni university unlyer8ity en enversity ¬
versity the laboratory where wher most 0Ft of its itswork it itwork itswoCk
work is done doneThe doneTh donerho
The Th i chief thIng for the colleges coleleR now Is not notto notto notto
to to grow materially muterlaly They have 11 hiav VI trrown Irwn Hint Hintway t thatway hutway
way almost Ilmo t enough The The task now in Inter Internal Intrnal internal ¬
nal development and coordination Our Ourmaterial Ourmaterial
material wealth Ialh Is I of no 10 use unless unle s we strive strivefor strhefor strivefor
for spirituAl things thingsOne thlnlR thlnlRor thingsOne
One of our greatest irfatet problems now nD is sum summer summer summar ¬
mer bnseball base ll We have done dOle away aly with the thoprofessionalism theprofesslenalsm timprofessionalism
professionalism professlenalsm of n 1 dozen Ilozln years ago IO whon whonmen Ihln Ihlnmpn wui wuimen
men were hired to chine com to college colhJI hut Ilutto hutthe
Ilt Iltthe
the moral sense senseot of stllplta studsiuts oPAnt r rwpond rwpondto pld
to to the particular pnrtculnr regulation rllullton which forbid forhlrA n nman 1 anuan I
man to earn frn his living Ivlnf playing summer SIII1r ball hli hailThe
The time will wi como 1 I when we must III enfnrcj enfnrcjthe 1lrMC 1lrMCthe enfujrnthe
the law or repeal reppliitrorver It forever Bettor Itrr tio 10 nth ntlilotlcs nthIltc uitliletics
lotlcs Iltc at all ni for nfew 1 a re few years pArR than th n the subter subterfuge Ilhter IlhterfUlt suuhterfuge ¬
fuge fUlt and anrelslonthlt evasion that now nlw n uv prevail prevailBishop prvll prevailBishop
Bishop Burgess Burgeil of Long Island lslanc made mmll a aplea aple aplea
plea ple for more classics clasllC in tho college colege He Hesaid Helid Hesaid
said lid that tht the American college colege where you youcan youcan 01
can cil study anything nnythinj from horseshoeing to toGreek toG toGreek
Greek G k grammar gramar is fust fllt on the road to de destruction deatructon dostruction ¬
struction structionThe structionThe
atructon atructonThe
The classics I Cf would give I I I to the th American Americancollege AnmrlrauncohiegO merI n ncolla
college colla llsS student stldentJust Just what lie hi needs ntpd needsunity needsunityWhy unity unityWhy llltr llltrWh
Why Wh the only on Iv unity uniy among RmOnl the lnort 00 students studentsof Rtudlnts Rtudlntsof
large Western university which I
of n lnrgt re recently rpeenty recently ¬
cently chnnt eenty visited vlltt1 was WIS this beautiful beutCl1 football footballchnnt toetbnl footballchant
Wh Vhat t we done doneWhat doneWhlt doneWhat
What Whlt wrdon wrdonVn wedonIf
Vn e nut t Wlicnruln nn the lh bum bumThutn humCongreslmal burnThts
Thutn If wh what t we done doneCongressman doneCongressman
Congressman Congreslmal D It I Granger of Rhode RhodoIsland nhadobland RhodeIsland
Island said the alumni ailmni of Brown didnt didnthave didnthile didnthave
have hile enough fnau h part in in tho management managlment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the university universityOther universityOther universityOther
Other speakers Rplakor were the Unv Re E F Farn Farnham FRrnham Farnham
ham and ad Borden Whiting Whilnj Samuel Samlel H Ord Ordway Orday Ordway
way ay was wa toastmaster taRAtmter and others nt the thespeakers thelpakfr tirespeakers
speakers table were wer Hamilton Hamion Lament LamentColgate LamantCalgate LaniontColgate
Colgate lpakfr Hoyt and E L I Corthol Cortholofficers Thrso Thrsoofficers Thrpofci
officers ofci were wer elected electedPresident elect electedPresident ld ldPrelident
President Prelident Norman S Dike Dlkp vicepresident vicepresidentJamesM vlpprllllnl vlpprllllnllm viceprecfdtntlamee1
JamesM lm sM Uuane ISuanf iSunno treasurer trplrer W S It Dorman Dormannecrotnry Dnmnl lorunuuinisecretary
secretary I A B Mencham Melchll eiecutlve ftclthp corn cornmitteo Ior rrumittee
mitteo H H I Ordway Ordwl Everett vpret Colby tier Merman tierroan rr rrman ¬
mltf man e Rumpus lmpul Gardner Colby < aily Clmrles hnrl K KHughes t tIllhel Ehughes
Hughes Illhel Arthur Arthlr Lincoln LincolnYKir Ilnloln lincolnXEH
YKir 1 COLLEOIATE IiSTOIt IiSTOItTho IHTORTl
The Tl Rev Robert Iohlrt W V Courtney COlrtlr Sneered SneeredDr Slrds SlrdsDr SucceedsDr
Dr Elliott Flot In the 34th Street Strfet fhiirrli fhiirrliThe hurrhTe hurciiThe
The Te congregation cengregatan of the Thirtyfourth ThirtyfourthStreet Thirtyfourh ThirtyfourhStret ThirtyfourthStreet
Street Reformed Church han
Stret Rformed ha approved approvedunanimously approvednnanlmouly approvedunanimously
unanimously nnanlmouly the action acion of the the Collegiate CollegiateChurch Colegiate ColegiateChurch CollegiateChurch
Church committee cammlteo in engaging OH 1 pastor pastorthe patar patarthe pastorthe
the Rev Iv Robert Robrt W Courtney urney Ha eec succeeds eeccoeds UC UCcds ¬
coeds cds the Rev Rv Dr John H Elliott Elot who re resigned resigned resigned ¬
signed recently recnty after a pastorate of five fiveyears fve fveyar fiveyears
years to take up work ork under the direction lirectionof lTecllen lTecllenof
of yar the Presbyterian Psbyerian evangelistic evangelstc committee committeeMr commite
Mr M Courtney Curney is 1 a a New Yorker Ho was wasgraduated wasgruted wasgraduated
graduated gruted from the th New Brunswick DMDwick semi seminary Aml Amlnary seminary ¬
nary two years yam ago agoNaval agoXnal agoNaval
Naval Order on Whitneys hlney Death mathWASHINGTON DeathWASINOTON DeathWAsIiiNoroi
WASINOTON WASHINGTON Feb 4 4The The following folowing or orer ordor ordor
dor er was wa issued today by Secretary Scrtry Moody MoodyIt
It Is iwltcp with deep regret rgt that the Secretary Secretaryannounces Scretr Secretaryannounces
announces to t the Navy Nav and Marine Corps Corpsthe Car Cartho Corpsthe
the death on the 2d inst lnt in New York Yorkolty Yorkolty Yorkcity
olty of the te Hon William WiHam C Whitney Boo 8eore Ro Rore Booreary
re reary ory ar of the Navy from March Marh 6 1883 1S to toMarch to toMarch
March 5 1889 1889As 188 1889Am
As a mark of respect to his
A hi memory
mrk of
rePct
flags tageaf of the te navy nvy yards yf and stations ettoD memor and andvessels andl anavessels
vessels l hi I commission cmmllon within wlrln the waters watersof watr watersof
of the te United Unitd States SttB will i be b displayed dlplayed te at athalf athf athalf
half hf most mt on the e day dy of the te funeral Friday Frdy
Feb Fb 51904 5 19 1904
FUCKS rU UcwSOWNER S OWNER DEAD DEADAdolph JIAD JIADAdolph8cwzmann DEADAdolph
Adolph Adolph8cwzmann Sohwarzraann With Wth Joseph JOep Ke Kepleri flop floppIer
pIer pl r Started Stared the te Coraib Cmlo Paper PaperAdolph Ppr PprAdolph PaperAdolph
Adolph Schwarzmann Schwarzml one of the founders foundeand foundersand
and andoers owners of Puck Puc and its editorinchief editorinchiefdied eltorIhlef eltorIhlefdied
died In his h1 home at hOt 191 St Marks Maks avenue avenueBrooklyn avenueDro avenueBrooklyn
Brooklyn Dro klyn yesterday yeterday in his sixtysixth Ilxtyelt year yearafter yarafter
after a six weeks weks illness ile of pneumonia pneumoniaMr
Mr Sohwarzmann Sobwarzmnn was a born in German Germanand Germay Germayand Germany Germanyand
and came cae to this country cuntr early ely in life le He Hihad Hehad Hehad
had learned lerne the printers trade and after afteiworking afer aferworklng afterworking
hero herowas herewa herowas
working In various varlausprintng printing shops
was wa employed employe by Frank Frnk Leslie Lle He be became became became ¬
came a proofreader praofreder and finally fnaly rose to the thepost thepost thepost
post of assoclateeditor soiateedltor of FrankLeshea FrankLesheaWhile FrankLesllel Frank Leslies LesliesVhiilo
While Whl at Leslies Islee Schwarzmann became becameacquainted beame beameacqulhited becameacqulsiulted
acquainted acqulhited with Joseph Keppler who who also alsoWHS alBoWil alsowas
was Wil employed there Keppler was wa an nnart annrtlllluJ anart
art nrtlllluJ lot and e ui had some time before beraroconducted beraroconducteda conducted conducteda
a comic corie paper called caled tme Puck in St Louis LouisTho Luis LuisTho LouisThe
Tho St StLouis Louis venture t1ture was wa a 1 failure faiure but Its Itsidea IteId itsidea
idea Id and andSchwarzmann and8ohwarzmlnn andhichwarzrnarrn
< wan WIH carried lled out by Keppler
Schwarzmann 8ohwarzmlnn who In 1876 founded the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present Puck PuckKeppler PuckKeppler Puckiloppler
Keppler took charge of the art depart department depat depatment departmont ¬
ment of the enterprise enterriso and Schwarzmann Schwarzmannfurnished Schwarzmannfurnished
furnished furished the tho capital clpitll and the business businessexperience businessexperience
experience Although Alhough he had come to tothis tothis tothis
this country without any means men he was wasable waeable wasable
able to put SIO 10000 into the new venture ventureAt
At the time tmB of his death Mr 1r Schwarzmann Schwarzmannwas Schwarzann SchwarzannWI
was WI president and treasurer trelurer of the Puck PuckPublishing Pck PckIbhshlng PuckPpbiishing
Publishing Ibhshlng Company Cmpany
The he comic paper was wa at first frBt printe printed in inGorman InGorma inGerman
Gorman Gorma Later Lter an English Englsh edition editon was wasstarted wasstarted
started stated which gradually gradualy became beame so much muchGerman mucbmore muchmore
more tne the prottable profitable of the two that the theGermn theGerman
German Germn edition e ltlon was va discontinued discntnue The Thofeature Thefeture Thefeature
feature feture which attracted the most attention attentionwaa atenton atentonWI
was WI the th cartoons cartoODi of James G Blame Bline as a atattooed atattooed atattooed
tattooed man during the Presidential Presidental cam campaign campnlgn campaign ¬
paign of 1884 1884Mr 1884Mr 1884Mr
Mr Schwarzmann Ichwarzmann was a close clael friend of ofGrover ofGroer ofGrover
Grover Cleveland Ho was a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the New NewYorl1 York Yacht Club t the ho Shelter Island IslandYacht IslandYacht IslandYacht
Yacht Club and the American Geographical GeographicalSociety GeographicalSooiet GeographicalSociety
Society Sooiet Beside his home in Brooklyn he heowned heowne heowned
owned a country BliLo place plae at Shelter Sheler Island IslandMr IslandMr IslandMr
Mr owne Schwarzmann was WI nn enthusiastic enthusiasticyachtsman enthuslasto enthuslastoyachtMman enthusiastioyachtsman
yachtsman and nr spent much of his time tme on onBesides onhis onhis
his Itom steam Yicht yacht urbese TurbeseUeside urbeseDesldes
Besides his hi connection canneten with Putk P1k Mr MrSchwarzmann MrSchwarzmnnn MrSchwarzmano
Schwarzmann was treasurer trlaurer of the J Ott Ottman Ot Otman Ottman
man Lithographing LlthoKrphin Company and a part partowner partoner partowner
owner of the Puck Pcll building Iuld Ing He He is survived survivedby eurvlve survivedby
by a widow and a son Joseph Keppler Kepplerdied Kepplerdlmt Kepplerdied
died a few years ago and his sonJoseph sonJosephKoppler Bon sonJosephKeppler Josph JosphKeppler
Keppler Jr in connection connetion with wih Adolph AdolphSchwarzmann AdolphSchwar AdolphSchwarsmann
Schwarzmann Schwar mann Jr will wi conduct the busi buslWILLIAM business business
ness nesslIILLIAM
nessWILA1 WILLIAM WILA1 D niSIIOP BISlOP DEAD DEADFormer DEJ DEJFor DEADFormer
Former For met President Prtsldent or the New Haven lav n Hall Hallroad Rai 1111road
road Passes Away In Bridgeport llrldccportBRIDOFPOIIT Drldteport DrldteportRloFPaRT BridgeportBarnorponT
BRIDOFPOIIT RloFPaRT Conn Feb 4 4Wlam William D DBishop DDlho BBishopexprcsichent
Bishop Dlho Bishopexprcsichent xpreldnt proaidnnt of the New York New NewHaven Sew11e NewHaven
Haven 11e and Hartford Hrtord Railroad Hal road Company Companydied Cmpany Cmpanyded Companydied
died ded at his hi home on Washington Wahington avenuo avenuojust avenuojust avenuojust
just before befor noon today tody He was 70 years yearsold ror yearsold
old and ad is survived by b five tve children chldren four foursons fourlns fourgone
sons lns and one daughter Heart trouble troublewas troublewas troublewas
was the immediate linmediatocause cause of his hl death deathMr deathlIr deathMr
Mr lIr Bishop had hd been ailing aing since sice early earlyIn erly erlyIn
In November when he was WW stricken with withheart withheart ih ihheart
heart trouble while whie attending atending a meeting metng in inNew inXew inNew
New York city of the directors dlretor of the New NowHaven NewHaven NewHaven
Haven company At that tht time he was washurried washurre washurried
hurried hurre to his home here in a special speil train trainMr tri trainMr
Mr Bishop B1Iep was born bar in Bloomfleld Doomteld N J Jnnd Jand
and was the tf son of Alfred Atlel and Mary ary Ferriss FerrissBishop Ferrgs FerrgsI FeriisBishop
Bishop I ho Hu HI was wa graduated gr ltfd from Yale in 1840 1840and 180und 1840and
and immediately immedlattlytook lunmediatelytcok took up railroading lairaadlng His Hisfather HI Hisfather
father frthtr was wai onn of tho promoters promoter of the old oldNaugat oldNaugat oldNaugntuelcRailronduxtending
Naugat NaugntuelcRailronduxtending tick Itailr nli1 oad uxl extending ending from Bridge Bridgeport Dridgt Bridgelort ¬
port to Windier through lhlau h Naugatuck Naugatuck Valley Vale Valei
It i is now a branch brnc oftho or th New Haven and andtho andthe antithe
the son worked hirt hi way WI up from the place placoof plae
of foreman of a I construction constru ian gang to the thepresidency thol thewlrituur
presidency l > whiuh ofhco al he first Ihlt assumed assumedin Bured Buredml8l
in ml8l 1851 His HIl father fatier prospected POSI > Ct d and he com completed cr cornlletei ¬
pleted the Monk Iolj Canal in New Jersey Jerseynncl JelY Jerseyrind
rind Ind the bridges lridges over the Raritun Rarilul New NewBrunswick New1runKwlck NewBrunswick
Brunswick 1runKwlck N J In II 1807 18t1 he won n elected electedpresident electedplident electedpresident
president of tho New Ha haven vim system and andremained andrmaIne1 andromaineri
remained rmaIne1 at the head hta of the companynt companyuntil company
until nt i 1879 JH9 when he ht resigned Iecal because of ill illhealth I illhealth
health it wan W during lib hi his term aa I presi president prsi prsident president ¬
dent that tile consolidation cnsoHdalon policy poloy wan wanbCKIlll WI wasbeg
bCKIlll bCKIlllPolitically bg beg 11 urn urnPolitically
Politically Poitcaly Mr lr Bishop ehop was Wai a I Democrat Democratand Demorat Demoratand Democratand
and h ho was Wi elected ellctpL several Iyclal times time as 1 Repre Representative Rpr Reprosentativo ¬
sentative sntnto to the thl State Stat Legislature He Herepresented HerprHilntec Herepreseirtd
represented rprHilntec the Bridgeport district distrct in tho thoThirtyfifth thoThlrtyffth theThirtyfifth
Thirtyfifth Thlrtyffth Congress ConJr At tire Ull completion completionof completon completonof
of his hi term terllw he was wal appointed Commissioner Commissionerof Comn1lancr Comn1lancrof
of Patents by President PrHl ent Buchanan Ho le leW Howas i iwas
was W intercKted Inttn ttd in many Iluiy local enterprises enterprlfs enterprlfsII enterprisesIii I IIn
In II 1850 Mr Bishop Bthop married Julia Jula A ATomllriBon Aamlfon ATonrlirrson
TomllriBon amlfon of thij city ciy The children chidren are areMary areIIIY areMary
Mary IIIY Ferries Ferl R Bishop Gen < jn Henry A Bishop Bishopuntil B Bishopuntil hop hopInti
until Inti ncontly 11rnty president prRident of the Western WesternMaryland WetemMrlJIUd WesternMaryland
Maryland MrlJIUd Railroad Rirond Company and formerly formerlypurchasing formerlypurhDlnJ formerlypurchasing
purchasing purhDlnJ agent nlflt for tho New Ha Jaen JaenWilam Haven HavenWilliam von vonWilliam
Wilam William D Bishop BlqloJ Jr secretary secrtar of the theNew thexw theNiw
New Haven and Nathaniel W Bishop Dshop and andD ad adD andP
D Russell UUFReJ T Bishop Bhop Bhoplr
Mr lr Bishop B hol was a a Gold Democrat Demorat and ad In inISP
181 ISP 1898 and again ngnn in in 1000 19 he hI made mae several severalspeeches severalspeeches vcral vcralFpchee
speeches Fpchee in tills thi city cty for McKinley McKinleyAn IcKlnleyJn
An Anted crll Vanderbilt underhlt Head HeadMiss Jead JeadMiss litauMiss
Miss Elizabeth Elzabeth Vanderbilt Vandrrbit a member of ofthe afthe oftire
the Stuteh Statl I Island family fnmiy of Vanderbilts Vanderbiltsand Vunllerblts Vunllerbltsald
and ald u 1 distant relative Illtio of the New York Yorkfamily Yorkfamiy Yorkfamily
family famiy of at today died dild at midnight last lastnight lat latnight lastnight
night at her home S8I1 8 Columbus ColumbU avenue avenueShe avenueHho avenueShe
She wan Wa 87 years eart old ol Miss lss Vanderbilt Vanderbilthad Vanderbit Vanderbithad Vanderbilthad
had been ill 1 for sonic lamo time tme with heart hear die disease dlKefso dieease ¬
ease efso She was WI born bor in il New Se Dorp Dor and was waathe wa wasthe
the daughter of Oliver OIlr Vanderbilt Vanderbi who whobuilt whohult whobUilt
built hult the first fr steam ferryboat ferryboat that plied pliedbetween pled pledbetwen piledbetween
between betwen this thll city ct cit y uiicl ud Staten Btatrl Island In Interment Interment Iiiternient ¬
terment will wi bo in tho Moravian Iarian Come Cemetery Crmeterr Cometery ¬
tery on Staten Stntln IslapH IslapHlilt 11 11o
o 1 lilt nary lar Notes NotesCol NotrCal utcs utcsol
Cal ol Ocor Clor George r p > II I N Wiillrs 11K is dead dtl1 nt ft Plnque Plnqueinlne Plnquemine Plarpiemine
mine Ln n nci nst aria < l 70 jl c He le was WI a native nAtve of ofWoortvilltf orWoorie ofWnodyiie
Woortvilltf Woorie Mtsu I arid nnr a graduate Induatn of Yale YaleCollege YnleCollAe YaleCollege
College CollAe He lp organized orSllizld n 1 regiment rllment for the theConfederate theConttderte theConfederate
Confederate Conttderte Army Arllnl and served ervrc with distinction distinctionduring dltlnctun dltlnctun1lrlnj tilet inetIon inetIonduring
during 1lrlnj the fivil 111 clvii war Hn 10 181Rtpll Iresisted H lsed In the thnrlefeiict thl theuiefpitu
rlefeiict IIIII of Vleksburp ck hun He II was wa n I member mlrhtr of oftin orth ofI
tin th I he finite nlte di iit Serial HplllIJ n In 11 IStVI 18 I 5114 1 and nptiiij 0 rnll lI iii in 1878 I 875 and andliid aunthad
had 11 been IEI City it Attorney Atornp of VlaqtiomiiiB llaCuPlln for forfifteen forICtP1 forIltteur nr
fifteen ICtP1 years erM at lt the Ih time tle of his death deathTheodon1 reath reath1holorl ticathlInmrior
Theodon1 Lawrence IVvrrclly who
1holorl Iuwrnco was wasfor Wil wasfor
for fortytbrre tort thrfP yfiirs Nrp rirp I II member 1lhl of the Ihl bus business bu busmess l lI ¬
ness I stall lln of fr tho Vrir fl rur York orl Time Ti died lec last lastevTiiitur IIRt lastvenlun
evTiiitur venlun 1 hu g nt a I Ills h is liome 11011 SSJ 81 Muillton 11J1 lud i sur street lrflt
Brooklyn of tf pneumonia pnf1110nla pnesi manila mul nd heurt failure failiiroWhen rnllre rnllrehn failureineuu
When hn 11 I yoimi 011L mull rlI he h came UIIl to o Nev tw ov York Yorkand Yerknd Yorkrurul
and nd Ills hl first nr 1 mploynvnt lpIIYJnt wan wln with tho t Tmt TmtAt TimrRAt 7iunusAL
At th thu time 1mI of his hl death dlllth Mr Ir IVverelly llrply held heldthe heldI
the tio I Ira position mesh > ollln ion of chlff cuts f clerk in the Ih advertis advertising nudvertisna hpir ¬
ing In na A department 1I > artl1lt His Ils wife wlrA nnd anr four Idrrts IdrrtsIn children childrenKiirvtv chldrpn childrencur
Kiirvtv cur rvi v him himJoseph hll hi un unlosnplr
Joseph IOR ph Wnrrrn Warrll irrrur Tiifwnhtiry T1ppnhury M r years nrl old olda oldI
a I member Ilmbpr of n tin1 th New York Produce Kx KxfhnnRt K
fhnnRt hln hurrIa who who I Iivni lv I at It n 92 13 Falrvlew avenue avenueJersey avenueJersey vPn P PIT
Jersey IT City i win l stricken 8ttekf with wlth apoplexy apoplexyyrHteniy npoplexyr Apoplexyyrstriiy
yrHteniy r tuw mornini Il0rnlna In front of Engine EIlnl Com Company Gomln Cciiipuny ¬
puny ln nn o flrphoiiw IrrhOUf at lt Bergen Ir fn and Duncan Duncanaxemus Iuncln DuncanavuIrules
axemus 11 that hlt city ct Firemen carried rrled him
into their house halr where ho died dlld a few fewminutes fewminutes fewtntnuites
minutes later InlI ll I hun leaves II1S n widow widowlr wlcow wlcowfr widowDr
lr fr Joseph Jo Lh Ii 4 i Koonoy 17 1 years pnrn old of
272 Central pntrll mImi nvniiiie nVlnle West rst Hohoken 10bokll rlliMl rlliMlyesterday dhltprd u1isItsterday
yesterday tprd morning lorllna nt It Rt Marys Hospital 10MI > ltll in inlloboken II iiilioboken
lloboken 10bokll His iA hands hairi were frost bitten hlt1 on onInn onlln ourhiin
Inn lln IH at a 1 lire Ir in Central avenue aVlnlp Jersey JerseyLity rerIP rerIPelt teruueycity
city elt whlln whlp iniIe ho h Wil wits nn attending Itlndlna several sevrll half halffrozen hljr hljrfro7In builtfrozen
frozen fro7In firemen frlen Hanstrene Ilnlrll1 set RIt in and caused causedhis enticedhis us 1 1his
his death rpath He II leaves lenvl a I widow widowChnrles whlo whlohnrle widowCharles
Charles hnrle I 1 Phillips Philpp n wealthy wtnlh business businessman hUIIIII businessman
man mln ami Ild property proper owner of HrcufP Syracuse died diedyesterday dld1tprd1 diedyesterday
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Little Falls Fallsliobert FiI FallsRobert
Robert 1011rt Floiisswu OURSPI died dler nt t Ponchatouln 10nchntolll La Layesterday IJII liiyesturday
yesterday aged ltr 77 7 He le was WOI a veteran of oftwo 01 01two ottwo
two wars having hlwll nerved In the Mexican War
in the tho Sixteenth Hlxtelnth Mississippi 118Isslppi Regiment com commanded roaruranded ¬
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Irof Iror A W V Iulnter Illmer head hpl of the Depart Department Dppartl1nt Departmeat ¬
meat l1nt of Chemistry Chlmltr at It the Cnivorslty of
palKii palKI Illinois 1lnols III IIIniLI JII JIInI IllflIL1 died die on Wednesday WldnoslY night nllht at lt Cham ChampalKii Chlm ChlmpalKI Clurrrpaigur
niLI nI TO LESSEN LIiSEN LlXCIIINGS LlXCIIINGSVirginia LrVCIINO LrVCIINO1rgtnla LYXCI1INGSUrgilila
Virginia Ilan to Allow Alow Women WORcn Victims Irtms or orAssault orssault ofAssault
Assault to Testify Tfslly Privately PrivatelyRICHMOND PIvtely PIvtelyRICHMOND PrivatelyI1ICIIMOND
RICHMOND Vn a Feb 4 4A A bill bi has ha been beenintroduced bn bnIntroduced beenintroduced
introduced and will 1 probably pass p88 the Leg Legislature Lg Lgiallture Legislatnirethe ¬
islature iallture islatnirethe the effect efect of whidh whl will wi be h tomako tomakolynching to make makolyncing makelynchIng
lynching lyncing much more rare in thin State Statewhilo Statewho StatewIthin
who at the samo earo time tmo sparing the feel fcclInga feelIng ccl cclings
Inga of women who have sprng been ben victims vlctll of ofcriminal ofcriminal
criminal assault 16nult It I is II designed designe to allow alovr alovromen allowwomen I Iwomen I
women to give their testimony tettmony in private to tobe I
be read rad to t the Jury juy as 1 though It were er test testimony test testmany ¬
mony in court curt The statement sttement Is made madethat madothat madethat
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are duo to t a desire delr on the part of relatives relativesof
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of the te victims victms to to spare spr their feelings relngs against againstappearing
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lIES RUN FREE TOO LONG LONGCertainly LONGCerainly LONGCertainly
Certainly Cerainly Says Sa McCltisUy McCuskr and tbe Thug ThugCaptain ThugCItsIlr oS oSCIItln
Captain CIItln la Indicted Intletd for rol Attempted AttemptedMurder Attemptfd AttemptfdUUdlrFlrnr AttemptedMurderFiring
Murder MurderFiring UUdlrFlrnr Flrlns Cum ln uns nt It Folks Fol Prom Promtoes PomI Promlees
toes lie to Become Deconl Dangerous lanJcron InThliTown InThliTownNow In T This Town TownNo townNow
Now No they have hve indicted Idictd Monk Eastman Eastmanthe Eatn Eatnthe Eastmanthehugforattompted
the thehugforattompted thug tug for attempted attmptd murder In the te first firstdegree ft ftdeg firstdegree
degree deg conviction convloton of which hlch carries crres with withit Ith IthIt
it a I possible twentylive twentyfvo years yer In State Stateprison Stat Stateprison
prison prlon and for assault Dut In the first lrt degree degreefor degee degeefor degreefor
for which hich the th extreme penalty pnalty Is ten tn years yearsin yr yearsin
in State Stt prison prinonEastman prisonEtman prisonEastman
Eastman Etman was wn wa In the West Wet Side police policecourt plc policecourt
court oout prison awaiting a hearing hoarng on charges chargesof chrgee chrgeeof
of carrying crring concealed cncaled weapons weapn and ad at attempted attmpted attempted ¬
tempted tmpted assault lult He Ie was wa in a gun gu fight fightwith fht flghbwith
with wit Pinkerton Pinkertn men in Fortysecond street streetearly etrt etrtealy streetearly
early ealy Tuesday uc day morning mornt It was wa generally generallyexpected geraly geralyexpW generallyexpected
expW expected by wise ones onl that he would wouldbeat wouldbeat ould ouldbt
beat bt the police ple court curt case cne aahe a he ha ha has done donebefore donebfor donebefore
before bfor The Te police plc thought thaught no 10 too tooCommissioner to tooCommissioner
Commissioner CommllAlonlr MoAdoo McAdo had a consulta consultation onut consultatloii ¬
tion ton with wih Inspector Inptr McClusky McUky concerning cncr
the he mutter mutterThisfollow mlt flintIerThie r rThis
Thisfollow This fllow fellow has b been bn running with withfree a afree a afree
free hand too to long sold sad McAdoo rng Lots Lotsend Lts LtsIend Lotssend
end Iend out and see s what he was 1 up to that thatnight tt ttnght thatnIght
night nght and got I net as stropg n 1 ease Cae against IgalMt him himas himUK himas
Ift
as we can canMcClusky canMeClusky
McClusky 11 < llky sent Bnt out a number nwbr of sleuths sleuthsand Ileuth sleuthsand
and Detective Dtctlvo Sergeants Srgeant Kinaler Knler and Du Duean Dugan Dugan
gan unearthed unarthed over on First Jtt avenue a aI aJerson a aIerson
I Ierson > eraon whose whos occupation aceupaton was W precarious precariousand prcrou
and Jerson whose hose address addrls was WI wherever avhereverhe herverho ho might mightbe ml mightbe ht htb
be b named nme Harry Iory Lewis Lwl Seine Sre East Et Side Sidecrook Sidecrok Sidecrook
crook crok tipped tppd the detective detctvo sergeant sergeantthat sergeantsthat
that tht Lewis Lw who had ha done something Aometng srgt of offensive offenie offenaivo ¬
fensive fenie to to Monk had been bn assaulted Iesuled before beforeHe bfor beforetile
tle tile He gang went ent uptown uptwn Monday Mondy night nightJust nght nghtJUt nightJust
Just JUt what revelations rvelten were wer made mae to t the thex tholJlc thePOllQ
lJlc POllQ x > lipe ° has h not been bn fully fuly revealed rveale but the thetetective tlO tlOltethe thed9tectivo
tetective ltethe sergeants rgante informant inforant it is said iwidwaa Ild Ildwas saidwas
was sore sar on Eastman Etman and declared delr that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Eastmans EUtman had been bn about abut to pull off ofa a ajob ajob
job on the East Et Side which whichrel fell through throughwhereupon truah truahwherupn throughwhereupon
whereupon wherupn they went ent uptown upton looking lokg for fordrunks fordrnk fordrunks
drunks drnk to to rob robOn rb robOur
On 01 the way ayMonk Monk learned 1eared that Lewis Lewiswas Lls Llsa Lowiawas
was a in a saloon aoon at First street Itret and ad Second Secondavenue Scond Scondavnue Secondavenue
avenue avnue and thither went fnt Monk He found foundhis foud foudhla foundhis
his man and decoyed him hi into ito a closet closetvvherii cl closetwhere t twhen
where when he beat oat him Mi badly baly with a revolver revolvernnd rvolver rvolverInd revolverand
and Ind left him insensible l nsl1le Elnsler Kisler and andDui ad adDugan andDugan
Dui Dugan tok took Lwis Lewis with them ad and put hi him himin
in the th House UOUf of Detention DetentionMcClusky Itention ItentionMcCuky DetentionMoClusky pu
McClusky McCuky got Jot his evidence evidenc together togetherand togetherand togetherand
and yesterday eHterda morning mornln appeared appard at tho thoCriminal thoCiial theCriminal
Criminal Ciial Courts Cours Building JJuldmg with his hl wit witneswa wltneG witnesses
nesses Lewis Lwl was the first flt man ma to go I IAn
befor before the Grand Jury and tel tell hi his tale taleAn
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An Indictment Indlctlent for assault lult in the first frt degree degreewan degr
wan Wlt ordered ollprd Then the th Pinkerton Pikeron men menliow menl menGeorge
George < corgeF F Dran Bryan and John Roger Rogers tola told
how they the saw tire thf Eastmans sh shon shadowing shadowingoil
shaoig shaoigon
on Fortysecond ForWfcond street strt a lad with money
in his clothes and drink drnk in his bi interior interiorThey iterior iteriorThev interiorThey
They hurried over to warn tho youth and andthe andthe andthe
the Eastmans Etmanl Including Monk began to toshoot toIhoot toshoot
shoot Ihoot Tho Pinkenons Pinkerons said id that about aboutthirtyflvn aboutthiryfvn aboutthirtyfive
thirtyflvn thiryfvn shots were wer fired frd the 1lnkertonn 1lnkertonnshooting 1Inkerons 1Inkeronsshaotlng Pinkertonsshooting
shooting back So So far fa as known no one onewas oneWI onewas
was WI hit No one was 1 arrested arreed that night
but next npxt day upon Information Inforaton given by
tho Pinkertons Pinkerons MoCluskys McCUkye men gathered gatheredin gatherd gatherdin
in from Fortysecond Foryscond street Atrt ana anti Broad Broadway Dro Broadway ¬
way ay from fronl8tret street cars car and from the Bowery Boweryseventeen Bowerylventen Boweryseventeen
seventeen lventen Eastmanites EastmanitesAfter FtmanltesAftr FastmanitesAfter
After Aftr hearing hearln this thi evidence evidenc the Grand
Jury Jur ordered orerd an indictment for attempted attemptedmurder attmpted attmptedmurder attemptedmurder
murder and anr Eastman Eatman was ae transferred trnsferrd to totho tothe tothe
the Tombs TombsFrank TombeFank TombsFrank
Fank Frank Cheney Chlnty or Sonth Manchester 1nehllter Dead DeadSOUTH DeadSOUTn DeadSouvn
SOUTH MANCHESTER Conn Feb 4 4Frank 4rank 4Frank
Frank Cheney the only 011y surviving mem member member menuher ¬
ber of the original firm frm of Cheney Cheny Bros Brostho Bro Brosthe
the great silk ik manufacturers malufacturerl died die here to tonight tonight
night ht of pleurisy plEurley and pneumonia pneumonialr pnpumonla pnpumonlar
Mr lr r Cheney was W R7 7 years vear old He Is II sur surrived ourvived
rived Ipd by a wife three thr e daughters and two twoWHEN twolonl twoeons
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Our surplus overcoats were wereclosed werecloeed wereclosed
closed out in the sale held at New NewYears NewYearil NewYears
Years Yearil leaving only a choice choicevariety choicevariety elloicovariety
variety of the most desirable lines linesfor lnes lnesfor linesfor
for the rest of the overcoat overcat sea season seaBon season ¬
son sonMany Many of those lots are now nowdepleted nowdepleted nowdepleted
depleted by the unusually unusualy active activeJanuary ativo ativoJanuary activeJanuary
January trade and weve con concluded concuded coneluded ¬
eluded cuded to practically practicaly wipe out the theovercoat theovercoat theovercoat
overcoat stock that ranged in inprice inprice inprice
price from 25 to iO iORegular 40Regular 4ORegular
Regular Regular lengths full ful lengths lengthsand lengthsand lengthsand
and a I few tourists touristsMany touristsMany touristsMany
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Today choice of about 2000 2000of 2000of 2000of
of these high grade overcoats overcoatsROGERS overcoats overcoatsI
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ROGERS PEET COMPANY COMPANYZM COMIAN COMIAN2M
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and 7 and 9 Warren Wlren St StS42 S SB
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COPS WHO FAILED TO WATCH WATCHPair WATCI WATCIPr IrATCIPair
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In Fortyfifth Fortnfh Street StreetThird Stret StretTr StreetThird
Third Tr Deputy Deuty Police Polce Commissioner Comisioner Cowan Cowanyesterday CWn CWnJftryie cowanyeeterdayfined
yesterday Jftryie yeeterdayfined fined Policemen Polcemen John Joh C Kellehor Kellehorand Kelehtr Kelehtrad Kellehorarid
and Jules Didicr of the West
ad Jule Dder te Wet Fortyseventh Fortyseventhstreet Foryseeth Foryseethtret Fortyseventhstreet
street tret station etton three tee days pay for not notwatching notwatcing notwatching
watching watcing suspected 81pet houses house The ho two cons conswore copt cops copswore
wore ore sent out on Jan 31 to hold hoJe down the tlielid theld the thelid
lid ld hi I Fortyfifth Forty0th street stt between betwcn Sixth cown ave avenue aenue ayeace ¬
nue and Broadway It was wa cold cld that night nightand nightad nightand
and ad when he Capt Handy Hdy made mde a tour of the theprecinct theprnct theprecinct
precinct prnct he faie failed to to find fnd Didier and Ken Kenher Keileher
her at their posts of duty dutyBUSINESS dutyDVSI dutyBUSINESS
BUSINESS DVSI NOTICES NOTICESMn NOICF NOICFIn
Mn In Winslow Indow Soothing Sothlnr Syrup Syrp for children childrenttetblnr chide chnldrseteetbftrC
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allays al3 pain pan cures cre wind rm3 colic cole dlnrrhaaMc dlArhca diarrhwa hac c a bonUs botUMARRIED bOIUMARRIED bonUsMARRIE
MARRIED MARRIEDTATIIAU MARRIEDTATIROBE D DTATItAiROBERTSo
TATIIAU TATIROBE TATItAiROBERTSo ROBERTS TSn On Wednesday WedcdAY Feb S Sat 8al 0at
at Grace GraeChutcb Church Mlddletown J J by th thHev IhRev th11ev
Rev Dr Evans EVII Mary MAr E daughter of tin thulate t tinhate
late Thomas S Roberts to Edmund R Talbam Talbamof
of Philadelphia
PIED PIEDELLIN DIEDELLINSuddenhr
ELLIN ELLINSuddenhr Suddenly at stYoniters Yonhers N T on Wednes Wednesday Wednesday ¬
day Feb 3 IBM Robert Ellin In his f7ih year yearFuneral yearFuaeral
Funeral services nt hU late residence to Anti Ajaburton Antiburton
burton av YonUers on Saturday afternoon afternoonat
at 2 oclock oclockFOUD oclockFORDSuddenly
FOUD FORDSuddenly Suddenly on Wednesday Feb J POt 1991Francis POtFrancis
Francis W V Ford FordFuneral roroYunerai
Funeral services at his late residence S Mount MountMorris MountMorris
Morris Park West on Friday Feb 6 at 8 P II IIInterment Mlntermcni
Interment at Trinity Cemetery New YorK YorKcity Yorkcily
city on Saturday at 11 A M MHAVILAND SiEAVILASDSuddeniy
HAVILAND EAVILASDSuddeniy Suddenly on Feb 3 Pierre Charm Chauncey Charmcry
cry son of Ellra S and the late tohn 0 Ilavl Ilavlland Ilaviland
land In his 40th year yearFuneral yearPunerat
Funeral services at his hi late residence 13 E Esel Esel128th < t t118th
118th St ou Friday Feb 5 at 8 P M Inter Intermtnt Intermeat
meat at Rye N Y I on Saturday SaturdayCity liseass liseassCity
City papers please copy copyHOLL1NGSHRAI copyIIOLLINGSIIEtDSuddeniy
HOLL1NGSHRAI IIOLLINGSIIEtDSuddeniy Suddenly of pneumonia pneumoniaWednesday pneumoniaVrdnerec1ay
Wednesday Feb 3 inoi nt her residence residence6S
6S West 38lb St Alice Holllnitshrad HolllnitshradNotice hloiiingaureadNotice
Notice of funeral hereafter Philadelphia papers papersplease papersplease
please copy copyKELIYOn copyItELTVOn
KELIYOn Thursday Feb 4 1001 at her home homem
m West 3 Nth h or t Mary K J widow of Edward EdwardKelly i4rcrdKelly
Kelly KellyFuneral KellyFuneral
Funeral private at convenience of family familyPEVERELLY familyPEVEREILYtjn
PEVERELLY PEVEREILYtjn Ou Thursday Feb 4 tnm nt nthis utun
his home SS8 Madison si Brooklyn Theodore TheodoreLawrenco TheodoreLawrence
Lawrence Peverelly PeverellyNotice IevereliyNotice
Notice of funeral hereafter hereaflcrTOWNSEND hereafterTOWNSENDAt
TOWNSEND TOWNSENDAt At Hotel Plain on Tuesday Feb
1004 Edward Mitchell Toivincml T rcrrcend In the 7it 7ityear 7515 7515year
year of M iris ate ateFuneral ageFuneral
Funeral services will be held at SI nirtholamewj nirtholamewjChurch IlartholornewsChurch
Church Madison av and lull si on FridaY Fridivmornlnjr FridaYmorning
morning Feb S at 030 urlnelt iciu It li Iclndl Iclndlrequested kiadirequested
requested that no lowers be iont New cw Or Orleans r rleans
leans papers please copy copyWHITNEY copyWI1ITNEYors
WHITNEY WI1ITNEYors Oi > Tuesday Feb 3 1001 at iris re rest restdence l ldence
dence In New ew York Wllllnm C Vliltney ajel
03 yean yeanFuneral yearsPuneral
Funeral service will be held at Irncc rliCC Churri Churrion
on Friday Feb 6 at 10 oclock Interment Intermentat
at Woodlawn Cemetery CemeteryDruociUTic cementnDrMocntric
DruociUTic CfcUBThe Bnard o fiovemon fiovemonof nvumnri nvumnriof
of the Democratic Club irai havlnir learned with wltliprofound withprofound
profound sorrow of the dcnth rt f William C CWhitney V VWhitney
Whitney a founder nnd and furrier president presidentof
of the club and rcaminir thnt In his death deaththe deaththe
the nation has Io Iot l an Illustrious statesman statesmanthe
the community a valued china iind nd this club clubft eltria
ft loyal member therefore bo It ItRiioltett itRSSOZred
Riioltett That out of rcipcrt to o his memory memorythe memorythe
the officers and members or the club shall shallattend shallantrnd
attend the funeral
JOaN fox President PresidentWILLIAM PresidentVILLTAM
WILLIAM E WTJTT VTATTCEl Secretary SecretaryCEMETKIUKS
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