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HAL AL WINS INSAN AN UPHILL GAME GAMEnf GAMEnr
nr nf AND XD COXKLIN CO KLIN LEAD IN nIL BILLIARD BrLIURn nILLLtflD ¬
LIARD TOURNEY TOURNEYThe TOURVEl TOURVEl1le
The Chicago t1leo Man Defeat Smith Smih of St StLouts StIoul HtL0U13
1le Louts Ioul In the tie Afternoon Atlrloon and Dr r MUI MUIDisposes 3111iIluse llalU81t
Disposes U81t tS of Townsend TowlSnd In the Even Evening Een Een11lWO EvenIiTWO ¬
11lWO IiTWO ing Two Long Contests COlteltlTe ContetThe The Secret SecretLocal Seor SeorIoeol Scores1ocII
Local talent tol nt furnished last nights same sameIn arno arnoIn
In llio 14inch bulk line amateur Ilatelnhamplonshlp IlatelnhamplonshlpbLlard championship championshipbilliard championshipbLillard
billiard tournament at tho Mederkrnnz Je rluanz Dr Dri DrL Drb
bLlard L i I Mini lll 1Iui nnd Arthur Townsend measured measuredtheir moasuredtheir measuredtheir
their CUD Ct1 sWH Ak1 kIii Tho bo game lame was WI won by Dr DrMlal DrMlal DrMial
Mlal by the tb score scre of 300 30 to 203 20 Ho le nnd nndConklln nndconkln andConklin
Conklln are Iro tied ted for tho lead lea In tho tourney tourneyTownsend tourneyTownsend tourneyTownsend
conkln Townsend Townsend won tho bank blnk missed and left a atwo atwo atwo
two cushion shot which Dr Mlal ltal missed missedThe ml8sedTh missedThe
hard follow foUowln foUowlnthe In Inthe Inthe
The first point was a8 a straight
Th the open fr8t br Townsend but it had only two twocompanion twocompanion twoompanlofl
companion counts Between puffs pufs of his hiscigarette hisdiareue hisciraretto
cigarette Dr Mlal Ial made only runs of 4 and 3 3but 3but 3but
but as ho left ler safety he kept Townsend Townsendfrom TownendIro Townsendfrom
from Iro scoring 8corlnl In the third and fourth Innings InningsAfter Innll inntnsAfter
After r keeping kreplnl tho balls ball huddled huddle for twelve twelveshots twelvehots twelveehota
shots At on tho end rail rnl In the fourth Inning Innlnl lnnln Dr DrMlal DrMIa DrMiat
Mlal slipped slpped up on the thirteenth thirtenth for failure failureto faiure faiureto
to MIa drive tho balls bal8 out of balk Ho le was cueing cueingBmoothly cueingsmoothlY cuelngsmoothly
smoothlY and was primed prlmld for a a big run ru un when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he came to grief Irler He le left a a set up and Town Townsend Tow Towsend Townsend
send took the lead Ilad with runs of 14 1 and 8 8Townsend 8Townsend ITowneend
Townsend dropped droPPld the butt of his cue in indisgust Inl inIlguSt
disgust gust whtn he missed an easy shot in the theeventh theerenth theseventh
seventh l inning but D MinIm laln turn slipped slippedharmlessly slppe slippedharmlessl
harmlessly past pat the second secnd ball bal on just as aseasy IS ISr aseasy
slow and the thoplaying theplayln theplaying
easy r y a I shot Progress was WI
playing lacked lackld snap snp suffering sufering aa a it did from fromshrunken Cromhrunkea fromshrunken
shrunken Innings Innlnls Dr Mid wrought wroulbt a ahiatus ahiatus ahiatus
hiatus in this condition conditon in the eleventh In Inning Inning infling ¬
ning He 1e stroked the balls bals with wih zephyrllUe zephyrllUesoftness zephyrlke zephyrlke80fness zephyrlikeoftness
softness 80fness for a 1 run of 24 4 He le calculated calculate the theedges thetdges theedges
edges of the object balls bals to a nlcetyj but for fornil foral forall
nil al that he did not warm up and there was wasno wasno wasno
no speed sped to the session sessionTownsend sessionTownsend sessionTownsend
Townsend created crlate a I needed stir str In the thothirteenth thethirteenth thethirteenth
thirteenth Inning Innln with a masse masse of harola haroladistance herolodlstnc heroiodistiince
distance The cue ball bal was between betwon the theother theother theother
other two six inches from ono onl and three threefeet thr threefeet e eftet
feet from the other The cue ball bal fled to tothe tothe tothe
the near ball at the Impact then darted darte In Inthe Inthe inthe
bal
the opposite direction to the other ball bnl with withrenewea withr withrenewed
renewed r swiftness directon skimming the rail rai on the theback thebrk thebick
back newe track Bwlness Itinerary Itnerry A run run of 40 0 by Town Townsend Townend Townsend
send end In the eighteenth Inning was exceedingly exceedinglywell ecl > lngly lnglypll
well pll done don The halls hals were wlre In command commandnil commlnd commlndali commandnil
nil the time short driven across ncros the bulk bulkline bulklne balkline
line were tme made rude with precision precsion and the points pointswere pointswere
lne were piled up steadily nnd patiently A Amass Amaes Amas
steadiy patenty
IJiId
mass was played too softly MOry and that ended endedthe endf endedthe
the run rln rim The 1 pllye he score then was 137 to 08 il In InTownsends Inownslnd inrmvnsend
Townsends ownslnd 8 favor favorTownnend Cn favorTownsend vor vorTownsen
Townsend followed folowe his run of 40 with ono onoof eneoC oneof
of Townsen 38 and for four successive vo Innings his histotal hlBtotal histotal
total was Wai lOt 04 In II the run of 38 II he again prof profited proCIe proflied ¬
lied from close position play and and there therescarcely thereMcorcely therescarcely
scarcely Ie was as cose a pause in his quiet onrush until untila unti
a freeze Irleze necessitated nEcessltatf a shot which scattered scatteredthe
the halls bals and marked mnrke the beginning bglnn tu of tIm thoruns tlt tImruns
runs end Dr Slial 111 made runs of 10 o and nndJl andI
Jl n I in the seventeenth Benteenth eighteenth and nine nineteenth nineteenth ninetesnth ¬
teenth Innings respectively reapectlelr so that this was wasa
a lively lvely inings counting cuntng period perio on both sides sidesThe sidesTbe sidesThe
The score scre for the nineteenth Inning was wnsTownsend wasTowsnd wasTownsend
Townsend Towsnd 180 Mini 107 Dr Mlal 111 pulled pUled up upmaterially lP lPmaterialy ip ipmaterially
materially In his twentyfirst twentyfrst inning running
32 materialy The llrst five shots were dlmcult and andall andal andall
all over OVlr the Irst table fve before the globes grouped groupedThe groupe groupedThe
The al twentysecond shot was wa a follow Colow along alongthe Ilong IlongIbe along alongthe
the end rail rai and kiss combined cmbined very vryleaslng vryleaslngIn verypteastng verypteastngIn pleasing pleasingIn
In an ocular ocula way waYlnd und Illustrative lultrnU of the tricks trickshandling trlckBf
of < f which the Iorles Ivories are capable undlr under oX expert experthandling > ert erthadlng
handling hadlng Dr Mlal lal was only on onlr I 10 behind alter altera
a run ru of 35 3 in the twentyfifth tfcntrfCh inning with withboth withboth wlb wlbboth
both men close to 200 200There 20 200There
There Tblro was as slow playing plalnl by each man In Inthe tnthe inthe
the vicinity of the 200 o mark It took Dr DrMlal Drlal DrMinI
MinI lal thirtytwo thlrt two innings to turn tur into his third thirdstring third8trlnr thirdstring
string and when whln he had 206 20 points Townsend Townsendhad 1ownsendhad
had 229 Dr Mini MIa turned ture on a flood tood of carroms carromsin carrOIS carrOISIn
in his thirtythird tblrythlrd Inning Innlnl and the balls kept keptup keptup keptlip
up such an incessant incsant tinkling tnklng that the biggest biggestrun blllest blllestrun
run of the evening was WI the result rl8ult It was wasgood 1as 1asRood wasgood
good for 62 12 and gave Dr Mlal 1lal a lead lea of 18 18points 18poit lBpoints
points poit Two Innings later Dr Mini nursed nurewithe nursedthe
the balls ball for 30 3 points and had only ll 1 to go goills ROUs golii
ills lii uphill uphi work had Its reward in the thirty thirtyninth tblrtyninth thirtyninth
Us ninth Inning Innlnl when he went out outTownsendO outTOend outTownsend0
TownsendO 3 0 0 14 8 4 13 1 0 5 8 8O 7
0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 88 8 t 5 4 0 0 3 4 2 0 0 3 11 1
0 16 11 1 1 1 II 1 1 4 5 Total Ttal 263 Average Anrsreo
0 2939 2 Hlch Igh runs rns40 runs40 40 38 3 20 20MlaI0 2 20MIaI0
MlaI0 Mlal 4 3 12 S 4 0 a 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 0
I 1 1
10 20 2 21 1 0 M 3 7 I 0 3S 1 O 0 3 10 1 0 82 I ISO IS
SO S 5 0 3 3 Total 300 3 Average A erage 7 2730 7 739 3 Mljh Mljhruns Irh Irhrun5 lllzhruns2
runs run5 runs2 52 35 3 32 32Long 3 32Long
Long Lonl stretches of short runs rnl characterized characterizedtho
tho afternoon game which was nl between behvponT
1 De Men 1Iun Smith Smih of St Louts Luis and Charles CharlesConklln CharlesConkln CharlesConklin
Conklln Conkln of Chicago with the latter later the winner winnerNevertheless winnerXevertheles winnerNevertheless
Nevertheless Xevertheles it was a game worthy of the theclose thecoso theclose
close attention atention given Ilven it Runs Itun of formidable formidablesize formidableeizo
size coso and technical excellence excelenc relieved releved the th back background backKround background ¬
ground of brief stays at the table and the thl lead leadalternated leadalernated leadalternated
alternated alernated and there was as closeness all al of ofwhich ofwblch ofwhich
which gave gle uncertainty to coseness the outcome outcomeNot outcomeNot outcomeNot
Not until unti the nineteenth nlnetelnth Inning did Conklln Conkllnpreside Conkln Conklnpreide ConklinpresIde
preside preide at the table long lonl enough to put to together together together ¬
gether a chain of more than thn single figure fJure ex extent o otent oxtent ¬
tent Still Sti ho was Wa counting countni In nearly every
Inning and was WIS steady stead even in his slow proc progress pro prores procress ¬
ress res so that at the end of tho eighteenth In Inning Innlng infling ¬
fling Smith was only 33 3 points ahead despite despitethree despitethree
three double Igure figure bunches 1 A vi ha baf f dozen dozenzeros dozenzeros Jozeazeros
zeros nullified nullle his big runs runsIn runsIn runsIn
In the nineteenth Inning Innlnl Conklln Conkln suddenly suddenlyshowed suddenlyshowe suddenlyshowed
showed showe symptoms Iymptol of form by conjuring conjuringthe conjuringtbe
the Ivories for a run of 41 I Throughout tho thosecond tbelcnd thosecond
second lcnd hundred hudre his hli play pllr was freer and more moreaccurate moreaccurat moreccurate
accurate accurat and when he had 204 o points pluts to hla hlacredit blocreit hiecredit
credit creit Smith had ha mustered mustere only 143 13 Then it itwas itwas itwas
was Smiths Smlthl turn tur to spurt and a alnlant gallant spurt spurtsweeping Splr
It was a An Idlfylng edifying run of 5 30 brollht brought Smlthl Smiths Smithstotal
total up to 195 at one Cel fell swoop The run was wasBweeplng wassweeping
sweeping In range rlnle composed cmpod of shots shotl of ofmagnificent ofmagltcnt ofmagnificent
magnificent magltcnt distances dlstancl anti altogether alogethlr a treat trllt
in the way WiY of breezy open opln table play pia When
Smith Smih ran 39 two Innings later and the score soorowas scorewas corowas
was only onli 239 231 to 234 34 against him him the room roomrang roomrang roomrang
rang with wi h applause applauR for his hlf uphill uphi tussle tussleHowever tUII tusslehowever
However tho phlegmatic phlegmatc Conklln COl kin was wal not notupset notupset notupset
upset nt seeing his hli rival rlll drawing drwing near Ho 10
buffeted bufete the globes for 18 II scattering scatering counts CUltA
in his hs methodical laborious way WiY Ha le left lefta
a hard hlrr shot but Smith cool colui us the other man manmade manmade manmade
made a sort of force draw dra to the cushion cushionthe cushionthe cushionthe
the cue ball bal thence thenc o going the length lenlth of the thotable thntable thetable
table to the white Hut Jut position positon from such sucha AICh AICha iiclta
a shot was entirely lntrely a mutter mater of chance and It ItI itchinced
I hinced Ih ncld that Smith did not get gt position and andvrna andwns andwas
was compelled rom pelld to seek slek his chiiir chllr Conklin Conklinthen Con ConklinIhen kin kinIhen
Ihen carried his string up to 201 91 making Illklng a arun nrll arun
run rll of 20 ono a fine fnp long lonl gather gatllr shot of ono onocushion onocushIon onecushion
cushion with reverse reVprHI twi twist t Smith In turn turnmadu turnI turnmade
I made Inadl only one missing an easy PIS draw He
finished Illshld his next inning with a childishly childishlysirnph ehldlhlv ehldlhlvsirpln childishlysimple
simple sirpln setup from which Conklin Conkln unearthed uneartheda
a meagre mlale 4 points Ho le had 3 points unenrthe to go
but avoided loidld the tht finish fish as though thoulh It were cre a arla 11Ilalul apiaguo
rla Ilalul piaguo u He le finally tnalh landed there with wih Innings Inningsof Innlnls InnlnlsoC
of 2 0 and 1 J It I was WIS his second victory of the
tournament tourament with no defeats defeatsConklln defeatConkln defeatsConklln3
Conklln Conkln Conklln3 3 9 7 1 7 3 4 1 0 1 3 8 2 7 4 42 2
2 2 41 0 3 2 1 0 Tfl 032 03 0 32 2 12 27 0 10 I I
8 18 28 2 4 2 0 1 Total Total3 Total300 300 Average heraqe7 7 042
HUb rutu41 rUItt 3B 3 m mSmlth13 3 32SnhIth13
Smlth13 Smlh13 0 0 8 I 22 2 5 31 0 0 1 I 3 0 5
4 0 4 0 I I 6 4 20 0 0 5 2 0 1 0 I 1 SO 0 30 o
J 1 6 I I 0 1 Total 10Ial2t6 TOtal2411 246 Avcrage6 enre6 Ifijh IfijhrunsMi 11rh 11rhrnsS 111gbru0540
runsMi rnsS 39 3 31 31Conklin 31Cnkln 31Conklin
Conklin Cnkln and Marcottc Iarcoto will wi play this after afer ¬
noon and Poggenburg Poggenburl and Gardner tonight tonightA tonlht tonlhtA
A COLLIE COLLE FOR MR MORGAN MORGAArrrvei JIROAN JIROANAnh1 MORGANApilees
Arrrvei Anh1 on Oceanic Oc anlo for the tie Westminster WestminsterClub WestminsterClub frtmlnster frtmlnsterClub
Club Show ShowProbably Slow SlowProbably ShowProbably
Probably the the best best bestknown known collie cle In England Englandwlshaw Enlland
wlshaw Clinker Cliker arrived on the Oceanic OceanioTMterday OcennioT Oceanicyeeterday
TMterday T aterdal for J Pierpont Morgan who Is I to toM
b be M an 1 exhibitor at the Westminster Wetminter Kennel KennelClub KennelClub 1ennelClub
Club Show next week after nCtlr a 1 lapse Inp e of four fourars CourYears fourfears
Years ars The dog dOI was bred by Robert Tail of ofWlshaw
Wlshaw Scotland Sctand In 1893 and besides count
lew J winnings at the bench bnch how > Vl Vishaw hnw hlw
Clinker has a sterl ng ni reputation reputnton as ni a sire Ilre
The price paid plld according accordlnl to the experts by b b11r
Mr Morgan orlan must have been at least I ast 1000 1000or 10 1000or
or Osrnbut about the sum ho paid for tho ili famous CIUnOl
Barton 8ft ton Hero Imported Irportcd a decade lllcade ago i
Th The rn three English Jnllsh judges jurllS to alo act at the thohn
e8Jtmlllster atraitiister show also were on tbl th Oceaic Oceaich OceanIc
v pKg PII wh who will vU Judge Judlo bulldogs nnd
hn wl buldol
null h u
1 terriers nnd E Powell Jr to pans on
fox 9X x terriers Incrrlers and Welsh Powel terriers are here hlr paI for
the e first rst time the trio being bpi completed by
JMrge li teorge orl Raper who will wi do d the thl bulk of I the thewell thf
c He has been here
his orfn often 1011 nd IA a as
Stelknown well known In New York as nt Snn Francisco FranelRc
JKPetersburg St Petersburg ClterAlbunr Berlin Paris and London Londoniili nllon nllonJ
Blrln
AC iili 8 h 4 ls a tlle tie Ilobe globe lobe trotter troter of bench show showrt1
J Jiidge dIJ A Mrs 1r fifter was wal with him her first firstw
rt1 visit s t to this tbl i country cuntrr nnd In the party plrtv alo alsoEntries alod111ri Irt
w waj d111ri Sirs Ie Lewis Is brl bre derof er of Claudo Duvol
Citudian u an and many more Cox tprrllrs terriers of note notelrlts noteEntrie
Entries lrlts at a 81OOO 80 Each Eael for Worlds orlds Fair FairHandicap 1airHandicap alr alrandleap
Handicap HandicapST andleapSr
Sr Louis Feb eb IH II cost 11000 S 1000 0 now to towt
strt ltrt wt a horse In the 50000 500 worlds fair Cal handi
cap The list 18t was wa reopened on Feb eb i and
entries trlcs continue contnue to comn In The he latest latestllwu lntestJ
thoroughbreds troulhbres entered were Fred red I Cooks
J
Linguist nR 18t John A Drakes Ort Wels Wells e E
heel Rowe e s Colonial Cholonlal Girl Tom Hayess Gold Goldnd Goldand
laye
and f nd sJ ilh who ° Is Val2 said i to ° b bo ° I In excellent excellnt form formlUt CormI
list John 0 ihl h n Wl V Schorrs InJunct JnJuncton Injunction on Thi ThiSan 1li
San I s L P iflclujclp ± cIUre es an even ISO > s the fhe East f18t nnd nndwown 1h 1hs
Francisco rnnclco have yet It to be heard from fromDrnwn fromIlrosn
wown Heats Harvard at H lastetbal flsketlall flsketlalllrovIngNcx s < etli ll llh1fAOTIDEVCEl
h1fAOTIDEVCEl hB 12 12hB lrovIngNcx ii OYIDESCE R > T Feb 48rowns Browns basket laskctn laskctapfeat baske baskenl
n nl l hit team apfeat defeated < d Harvard here tonight tonllht In InBrown Innnd
and
the exdtn exciting lame game by a score ot 22 to 12 12on
on gains meldwnl was characterized by many fouls CoulsInr
Inr t th s sides I Drojn Droith played better In pass
aryj plred beter pa
for vqadl goal qadl thrdoWllngl throwing Grant rant played bet betBrown best
1 Brown arowrv5 v r and an In Ingalis n alla a I and Rackle for
1
SOLDIERS SOLDERS DODGE LEWIS LAW LAWSeven LAI LAISenn LAWSeven
Seven Slashing Bouts Held leld In I ltount Mount Ver Vernon Ternon
non Armory ArmoryMOUNT Amor AmorMOUN ArmoryMounr
MOUNT MOUN VKRMON N Y Feb 4 4Cunty 4Cuntyand 4County 4Countyand County Countyand
and city officials ofcial physicians physician lawyers lawyersbusiness lawyersbusines 1awyersbusiness
business busines men and sports sprt attended attnded the thesmoker tbeBoker thesmoker
smoker Boker given last lt night nght by Company Compny BFirt B BFirst BFirst
First Firt Regiment N G N Y at Its anory anorycorer armorycorner armory armorycorner
corner corer of North Fifth Fih avenue and ad North Northstreet Northstret Northstreet
street stret Mount Vernon at which seven sevenslashing sven svensllhlng sevensianhing
slashing sllhlng three round bouts bout were pulled pulledoff
off oi Yachtsmen Yaohtmen and millionaires milonaires eons eonsfrom sonafrom
from the towns twns along tho Sound Sund were therei thereimany ther there theremany
many of them driving ten miles mie to be b on onhand onhand onhand
hand handThe handThe handThe
The way In which the soldiers got around aroundthe aound aoundtho aroundthe
the Lewis Lwis law lw is certainly a unique one onennd oneand oneand
and was wa even admired by Chief of Police PoliceFoley PoliceFoloy
Foley oley who a week wek ago prevented pre nted the Vest Wostchester Wot Vestchester
I chester Lighting Lightng Company from holding holdingbouts holdingbouts
bouts at its Is smoker because bcu they cnarged cnargedadmission cnaged cnagedamision cnargodadmissIon
I admission amision Admission Admision to last lat nights affair affairwas aralr aralrI affairwas
I was wa free fre but in order to get into the dril drilroom drl drilroom
room room where the bouts bout were it was wa neces necessary necessy necesnary ¬
nary sy to pity 50 r cents cnts for a hat check chek every everyone rveryone ery eryone
one bought a hat check but there ther was wa not nota
a single hat checked in the armory aory The Theadmirers Thoadirer Theadmirers
admirers adirer of the manly art sat et about the theringside theringide theringside
ringside ringide with their headgear headgea on onThe onThe onThe
The First Firt Regiment Rgiment band furnished furnishedmusic furnishedmulo furnishedmusio
music mulo for the occasion ocion which was wa followed followedby folowed folowedby followedby
by refined refned vaudeville vaudevilleTho vaudevie vaudevieTho vaudevilleThe
Tho best bst bout of the evening was wa between betweenTony btween btweenTony betweenTony
Tony Dodd Dod the husky hlky messenger boy boyto boyad boyand
ad and the MWakefeld Wakefield Wonder f who wat watto wanted wantedto
to conceal conc his identity identy because baU of the promi prominence prominenc promifence ¬
fence nenc of his hi family Camly Dodd Dod put it all al over overhis overhis overhis
his opponent knocking knoking him hl down four fourtimes fourtme fourtimes
times tme In the first frt round rund and ad compelling cmpUng him himto hi himto
to quit at the end of the second secondthe seond seondAnother secondAnother
Another good oo mi mill wa was btween between MJak MJakthe Jack Jackthe
the Slasher SIaher and Jim Jeffries Jelrtf two promi promipositions prmi prminent promifont
font young men of Wakefe Wakefiefd d who hold holdposltol holdpositions
positions posltol of trust trst in New York This Thi was wasa wa
a slam bang affair aair MJelrlel Jeffries holding his hisman hi hisman
man at his hll moray mery all al the time tme Jack the theSlasher theSlaer theSlasher
Slasher Slaer was wa groggy in the third thir round rund so sothe s sothe
the Timekeeper Timekeepr rang the bell bl in order to tosave tosave tosave
orer
save him himJoe himJoo himJoe
Joe Kerwin Kerin a professional profo8lona fighter fghtr under underthe underthe underthe
the name nae of Jack Timmins Tlmmil of New Rochelle Rochellofought Rohele Rohelefought Rochellefought
fought George Lee Le of Fort Leo Le ferry Cerr who whois whoif whoIa
is if a boxing instructor These The men mixed mixedit mixe
it up for a time tme the Jerseylte Jerylte having a de decided decded decided ¬
cided cded advantage avatge over his hi opponent in weight weightand weightand weightand
and reach reachThe raoh reachThe I IThe
The other bouts bout were wer between btween Harry Har
Behrmarm Behrmll son of former Receiver Rciver of Taxes TaxesGeorge Taxe Taxesaeorgo
George H Behrmann and Eddy Zimmer Zimmermann Zimer Zimermann Zimmermann
mann one of the to best bt basketball bMketbal players playersin player
in the State Stte Snapper Jack of Pelham Pelhamand Pelhamand Peihamand
and Kid Fogerty Fogfry of New Ne York Steamboat SteamboatFornes Stmbat StmbatForne SteamboatFornes
Fornes Forne and Yrtung Y cUnl Magee Jae and Eddie Edlo Kane Kanennd Kanennd Kaneand
nnd Jersey Jerey Lightning LightningF
F W VAXDERBILTS VANDERBITS NEW EW YACHT YACHT1200Ton YACHT1200Ton AOHTIOTon
1200Ton IOTon Vessel esel Warrior Launched Luncbe at atTroon atToon itTroon
Troon TroonSptctnl Toon Toonptco TroonSpecial
Special ptco cubit Dtipatch to TUB Tl Serf SDKLONDON Sllr SllrLONDN SerfLONDOe
LONDON LONDN Feb 4F W Vanderbllts Vanderblltssteam VanderbltB VanderbltB8team Vanderbiltssteam
steam yacht Warrior Waror was launched lauche this thisafternoon thisaferoon thisafternoon
afternoon aferoon at Troon Tn by the Allsa Al Company CompanyShe
She was wa designed deigne by G L Watson Waton Her Hera Herdsplcement Herdisplacement
dsplcement displacement I Is 120 1200 ton tons and she wi will he hea have havea
a speed pe of fifteen ffen knots knotsJIASKUALL knotsIIASEBALL knotsBASEBALL
BASEBALL JIASKUALLnarrow IIASEBALLDarrow BASEBALLflarrow
narrow of Detroit Here lere to Close Cloe Mullen MullenDeal 3InUenDeal
1 Deal DealEdward DealI DealEdward
Edward Barrow Baro manager of the Detroit DetroitAmerican DetroitAmericn DetroItAmerican
I American Americn League Lalue club arrived In town yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday He le said sid that he had come here pri primarily primariy priniarity ¬
marily mariy to sign Outfielder Outleider McIntyre who whowas whoI whowas
I was wa purchased purchaed from Buffalo lufalo last fall fal nnd who wiioresides whoresides whof
f resides on Staten Island But Manager ManagerBarrow Manaler ManalerDnrrow ManagerBarrow
Barrow probably prbably took the trip to come to tosome tosome tosome
some conclusion with wih the New York Ameri Americans Americans Amencans ¬
cans as to the deal of Pitcher Mullen Mulen of De Detroit De Dotroit ¬
troit Clark Griffith Grifth was In Detroit last lastweek lastweek I Iweel
week but he failed Caled to close the deal dealso so Barrow Barrowhustled Barrowhustled
c08e I
hustled huste East for a 0 confab with wih Frank J Far Farreil Farrel Farnell
nell rel For some time tmo past Barrow whose whoseteam whoseteam whoseteam
team is at lt proeent prOlnt sorely sorel In need nee of Infielders Inflelderslias Intelders Inteldershas Infieldershue
has been looking looklnl for a third baseman If I he hecould hocould
could ld have secured Coughlin Coughln from Wash Washington Wasi Washington ¬
ington ho would have let Mullen Iulen go 10 to the theI
i I local locl Americans Amerlcans in part art exchange for Tanne Tannehlll Tanne Tannebill
hlll But Ban Johnson put his foot down downon
bi
I on the Couchlln Cou hln end of the transaction trnsacton so sonegotiations sonegotatona sonegotiations
negotiations negotatona were lre temporarily temporariy declared off offFarrells ot offFarrells
I Farrells Farrel offer oler of SIO 10ooo cash for Mullen Mullenwas Mullenwas Iulen Iulenwas
was subsequently turned tured down dow for Barrow Barrowexplained Barrowexplained
I explained that tha he was wa after ator players not cash cashWithin c08hi
i i Within a few fe days a new deal has been framed framedup frame framedup
I up by which TannehlU Tnnnehl goes gotS to Boston in ex exchange exchlo exchange ¬
uJ change chlo for Hughes Hughe who with Third Baseman BasemanWashington Hasema
1 Unglaub la turld turneil over to Detroit Then ThenI ThenWashington
Washington Is to release Moran to Barrow Barrowand Darrowad Barrowand
I and ad another American Amlrlcan League Lea ue club cub Is to tothrow toIbrow tothrow
throw in a pitcher pltcler after lfer which New York Yorkwill Yorkwi Yorkwill
will wi get Mullen Mulon and a star catcher whose name namecannot namecannot
I cannot be b made public puble at present By ly this thisdeal thisI thisdeal
delll deal If Harrow consents cOlsents Detroit will 1 get two twogood twooo twogooJ
good oo inflelders Infrlders and two pitchers while whie Ret New Newi NewYork NewYork
I i York will wi receive a high class battery for forsome forsome I Isome
some experts experB say that Mullen Iulon who Is a com comparative COD cornparative ¬
parative youngster is Isn a better beter pitcher than thanWild tbanWld thanVIld
Wild Wld Bill Bi Donovan After Arer n I confab yester yesterday yesterday e8ter e8terday ¬
day afternoon nfteroon Barrow and Farrell Farrel bad noth notbIn authlog ¬
log In to say for publication publcaton but they will wi get gettogether gettogether gettogether
together today again when there may be besome besoixie
some 80ine tangible developments developmentsCOURTNEY devllopmentM devllopmentMCOURTNEl developmentsCOURTNEY
COURTNEY COURTNEl AD CORNELL CORNELLHawing CORNEJlowln5 CORNELLRowing
Hawing lowln5 Coach Gets GetsAll All Al Ie Ile Wants ants and andWill andWi andill
Will Wi ill Ilesume n elme Work WorkITHACA WorlcITnAcA iorkirnAcA
ITHACA N Y Feb 4 4Tho Tho trouble be between between hetween ¬
tween Coach Courtney of the Cornell Crll crews crewsand crewsanr crownand
and anr the rowing committee commiee was as satisfactorily satisfactorilyadjusted satlCactrly satlCactrlyadjusted satisfactorilyadjusted
adjusted at a meeting mtetnl held this thi afternoon afternoonin aftroon aftroonIn
in the office ofce of President Irrsldnt Durand of the ath athletic athletc athletic ¬
letic letc council counci All Al thedetails thodtals the details of the conference conferencehavenot conCerencohaye conferencehave
havenot have not been given hen out but it is believed believedthat belevo believedthat
that all al of Courtneys requests were granted grantedA Iranted IrantedA
A resolution was passed defining his
rpsoluton 1 poss < defning powers powersso powcrsIO
so IO that all ni complications eOlplclltons In tho future along alongthis nlongthlA alongthis
this line lne will wi probably Ilroballv bo avoided avoidedThe avoidedlhe yoldedThe
The relations relatons between Courtney and Capt CaptCodln CaptColin CaptComa
Coma Colin are now harmonious nnd on Monday
the regular training will wi be resumed reBumld just justns justas
ns al If nothing h hid J happened happenedRRlTTCORnETT hapPculd hapPculdBRITCORnETT happenedJSRITTCORBETT
RRlTTCORnETT BRITCORnETT MILL IL OFF OFFFormer OF OFFFormer
Former lorm r Cancels Hatch Because Ieeau Champion ChampionSlsnctl Camplcn CamplcnSlrncd ChamptcnSigned
Signed to Meet lle Dave Snllltan SnllltanThoro Sulhan SulhanThtro SuIllanThere
There will wi be no fight lght between Jimmy JimmyBritt Jmmy JmmyBrit JimmyTinitttliacrackSan
Britt Brit TinitttliacrackSan the crack San Sln Francisco Francsco lightweight lghtweight and andYoung andYoung andYoung
Young Corbett Corbtt after nfer all al According to a adespatch ndespatch adespatch
despatch from San Francisco Brltt Drlt has called calledtho caled caledtho calledthe
tho encounter encountr off ol because he says Corbett Corbetthas Corbet Corbetthas
has ha broken brokln faith with wlh him himBrltt himBritt himBritt
Britt ndds that when ho took on Corbett Corbtt it itwas itwns itwas
was with Wltl the understanding that neither of ofthtlm otthh ofthfln
thtlm thh was ns to indulge In any ny ring rlnl battle bntte until untilnfter untilafter
after nCer the fight fht Corbutt Corht however has broken brokenthis hrokenthlR brokenthis unt
this combat by h signing shmln articles Irtlclos to tnR meet Dave DaveSulllvnn DaoSulvnn DaveSullivan
Sulllvnn Sulvnn on Feb 28 I for twenty rounds which whichThe whichIs
Is IO week beforl before Corr1tts Corbetts mil mlii with Dril flritt flrittThe
The cancelling clnceluA of the match will wi no doubt doubtcome doubtcome doubtcome
come ns n disappointment dIHlllnlnlnl to many who have haveb havebwn
b bwn < on el desirous dlslru of seeing cen tho two como to together toKether togetlier ¬
gether Ilritt Irlt declares cpclareH that he hI will wil not fight fightCorbett fght fghtCorbett tightCorbttt
Corbett unless unltss tho latter Illter defers defef his match matchwith mntcbwih matchwith
with wih Sulllvnn Sulvun which whl h Corbett Is not likely Ikelr to do doTrap doTral doTrap
Trap Sliootlnc Shootnr at Plnehumt PlnehumtPINEHLTST Ilnelurlt IlnelurltPINElcnn PinehurstPEIICRtT
PINEHLTST PINElcnn N C Fob 4 4H H 1 Nelson NelsonBurroughs SelsonurrOlrbH NelsonIlurrotighia
Burroughs urrOlrbH of Philadelphia Phiadelphia was the winner of oftoday oCtoLYH oftodiiys
today trap shooting shooUnl contest rntest the fifth In Inthe Inthe inthe
the winters wlnt1rf series slrle at thirty singles slnlles and ten tenpairs tln tlnpairs tenhairs
pairs of double targets ILrget thrown from rm the thomagnutrip the18glltrap theinagautrap
magnutrip 18glltrap with a score of 35 M 31 C Par Parshall Parshal Parshall
shall shal of NVarren arren Pa Il was a close second with
33 Burroughs lurrouqhl broke 22 cOBe singles slnlloA and 13 13blcs 13doubllH 13doubles
doubllH doubles and Jarshl1 Iarshail 10 sinice and 1 14 dou doubles douiiCC
blcs Herbert L Jlllson 1110n of slnllos Worcester orcelter Mass Massand Ma8Ind Massand
and Ind Arthur C Kctcham Kelchal und C I A Lockwood Lockwoodof
of New York city < It were close up with scores scoresof scoresof scoresof
coRo
of 30 27 nnd 26 6 respectively rl pectlvely
Last weeks week K postponed event 100 10 single singletargets Itnlle Itnlletargets singletargets
targets shot yesterday yes rfl resulted resull In a 1 victory victoryfor vlctol victoryfor
for Pnrshall larAhal over Burroughs lurroughs by a score of
71 to 68 68fG17 08cGlT00
fG17 017000 FOR Fll ACADEMY WtDBUrTlo SITE i iUK iDig
UK 05 Omee Building Iulldlni May Iar Stand In II Ii Place Placeof Ilaceof IIaceof
of Brooklyns BrooklIi Famous aDols BuildIng BiilldlncTwo Duldlns DuldlnsTwo BuildIngTwo
Two weeks ago tho directors director of the Brook Brookyn Brookly Brooklyn
ly lyn yn Academy of Music which was Wt destroyed destroyedby
by jy fire fre called ealcd for bids for the site Iie with withL wth wtha
a L frontage of 2SO 2S O feet on Montague street streetmd Itret Itretand etreetand
and extending extendng back 100 10 feet toward towa Hem Hemion RemIn BernSen
ion In street stret Only Onlya a single bid was wa received received1his recived recivedIhls receivedThis
from the D and M
This Ihls wits l Chauncoy ChauncoyCompany ChaunceyCompany ChauncoyCompany
Company representing reprosntn a syndicate of ofesponslblo ofrsponsible ofresponsible
responsible rsponsible persons prton The offer oler was MI7 017 017KK
0 000 KK > on the understanding that 1 per pent pentwas pentwas nt ntwa
wa was to lie paid to the company companyThe compay compayThe companyThe pr
The executive executve committee commtee of the direc direcors dlrectOI director
tOI tor ors met Ifest night and Ind voted vote to accept accepthe acceptthe ept
the he offer oIer It I Is understood undertood that a I blgomce blgomcebuiding bigofflcebuilding big office officewilding
Academy buiding Acaemy building will wl be erected erecte on the site lie of the thetcademjr theAcaemy theAcademy
JOCKEY GANNON INJURED INJUREDTHBtiE INJUREDTnR INJUREDTHRE
THBtiE TnR BOYS THROWN THROIN IN RACE RACEAT BAOEAT RACEAT
AT NEW ORLEANS OliLEANSHarris ORLEANSlarll OIfLLIINSHarris
Harris larll and Sinclair Have lae Miraculous MlraculoU Et Etcape Escape
cape cpe but Gannons nlon Collarbone Collarbe Ii Iillrolten IIJJroltenLv IsliroltenLey
llrolten JJroltenLv liroltenLey Lev Dorter Dorle Takes Tkel the tie Hindi HindicapFight landl landlcpFIlt IlandicapFight
capFight cpFIlt Follows 010W8 a Killing KillingNEW Hlin5 Hlin5Npw HillingNaw
NEW Npw OIILKANS Feb 4 4An An accident oc occurred 00cure occurred ¬
curred cure In the first fst row rac this afternoon afernoon In I which whichthree whichthree whichthree
three Jockeys bud a very narrow escape escapefrom escapefrem escapefrom
from death Only one boy by was Injured Injuredbut Inj injuredbut re
but It was a miracle that the three who were werethrown werethrow werethrown
thrown throw were not killed kie outright outrightThe outrighthe outrightThe
The he first frst taco rac was at a mile and eleven elevenhorses elevenhorses elevenhorses
horses paraded pnrado to the post As the horses horsesreached horsesrenchld horsesreached
reached renchld the first frst turn tun which whch Is very ery sharp sharpthere sharpthere harpthere
there was a great Irtut deal of crowding No boy boyIn ty tyIn boyin
In the race rac can be blamed blame for tho crowding crowdingfor crowdlnl
for they were fighting fghting for position p lton and wanted wantedto wate
to get around the turn In I safety safetyJust snfetyJust safetyJust
Just as tho field fel reached renche the turn there therewas therewas ere erewas
was the usual jam thatoccurs that occurs in every race raceat raoont raceat
at a mile mie or over oVlr that Is S run fun hqre hle arid ard Urchin Urchinwith prchn prchnwIth Urchinwith
with C Harris In the saddle adle Free Admission Admissionwith Admlslion Admlslionwih Admissionwith
with wih Gannon and Pirates Daughter with withSinclair withSinclair withSinclair
Sinclair went down downFor downFor downFor
For a moment m mlnt it looked looke as 8 though all al three threeboys threebos threeboys
boys wore fatally fatnly Injured Injure Harris and Sin Sinclair Sincair Sinciuir ¬
clair cair were able to wnlk off of the course coue but butGannon butGannon butGannon
Gannon had to be carried carrie to the paddock paddockUpon paddockUpon paddockUpon
Upon examination examinaton jt t was wa found that Gannon Gannonhad Gannonhud Gannonhad
had suffered sulIre a I ben b en collarbone colarbone ana alQ was wasbndly wa wasbadly
badly bruised bruise about the body bOdYI Harris also alsowho alsoha alsohad
had his leg Injure injured a bit A Albert blrt Simons Simonswho Slmonswho
ha
who hits Gannon under contract contrlct for this thismeeting thismeetng thismeeting
meeting would not allow him to be carried carriedto crie
to meetng the hospital but had ha alo1 him removed to his hisstable hi histablf histable
hospita remove
stable stablf At first Irst it was wa thought that Sinclair Sinclairvus Sicair SicairV18
vas the worst A injured of the trio as he made madetwo madetwo madetwo
vort Injure
two V18 somersaults In the air before striking the theescape theground theground
ground BomerBuul1 He was the lelst least Injure Injured ad and his hisescape hisescape
escape from death was a narrow one oneThe oneTho oneThe
The feature of the day was the one mils milsand mie mieImd mileand
and seventy yard race Bondage was a ahenvy ahenvy aheavy
henvy favorite ar and was played pl8YO down dow from
6 to 5 to odds ods on at post pst time tme He le proved provedto prove
to be a sorry favorite Clvorlte us ho was never a seri serious sri srious serfous ¬
ous contender cntender sor in the race rac and finished tnl he third thirdDorsey thir thirdbeaten
baten beaten a nos nose on the JISt post for to the piaee lac Jev JevDorsey Lv LvDorsey
Dorsey who opened at twos tWOI and arml drite drifted < to toII
l II 19 to 5 at post opne time tme was the winner The TheCanadian TheCRnadlan TheCanadian
Canadian horse hors was off In front and was never neverheaded neverheadl neverheaded
headed winning WIM in el a gallop alop by two lengths lengthsfrom Icnlh Icnlhfrom lengthsfrom
from Exclamation ExclamationThe J
The bookmakers ralaton ralatonfbe hart all al the best of the theargument theargu theargument
argument argu bokmlklrs nt as five fe first Jret ha choices choles fell fel by the thewayside thewanlde thewayside
wayside Frontu PreltlL was WI1 the tlo only winning winningfavorite winningfavorite lnDII
favorite favorltl of the day dayAn dnyAn dayAn
An ecuo cello of the killing kilng made on Alamode Alamodein Almoe AlmoeIn
in the eelQ opening openhl event eVlnt yesterday was as a fight fightthat flht flhtthnt fightthat
that occurred in the rotunda rotundl of the St Charles CharlesHotel Cbaries10tol Charleshotel
Hotel between Curls Brown the former formerstarter formerstnrtr forimlerstarter
starter 10tol and trainer tralnlr Curler of 0 of the filly fl and a turf turffollower turfColower turffollower
follower stnrtr named Flynn Irnn It seems sems that that Flynn Flynnsecured Fhnnscure Flynnsecured
Colower secured a planter pllter named Lehmann Lhmann to bet bt on onthe onthe onthe
the scure filly and Ind after nome Brown had ha received rCOhe his hisportion hisporton hisportion
portion fly of the winnings from Lehmunn LehmunnThe Lhmlnn LhmlnnFlrml LchmunnFiyan
porton Flrml clainled his portion which was rlCuse refused refusedThe
clime prton
The men argued arglld for a moment and Brown Brownlilt Brownhit Brownlilt
lilt Flynn Inn the latter taking tho count cunt The TheSt TheSt he heHt
St Charles rotunda Iltter was WIS crowded crowde when the theaffair theafair theaffair
affair Ht afair occurred occurre and it created a great geat deal of ofexcitement oCexcitemlnt ofexcitement
excitement excitementFirst excitemlnt excitemlnttlrt
First RaceOne mUePront 105 T 1 Dean a ato Ito 3to
10
tlrt mlePrnt
lleene
to I won Satchel GO 0 15 Aubuchon 7 to t I second secondDental secondJenta secondIlengal
Dental 110 Fuller 9 to 2 third Time 141 34 34Eiapo 3 3l 35Exapo
Eiapo l Jenta Blue 10 Fuler Blaze dales Great Ihlr Star Slr Frank trlk M MPirates MIlrale MPiratcs
Pirates uP 8 Due Daughter Daze Urchin Urhin and Free Admission Admissionalso AdmLloa AdmLloaalo Admisaioftalso
also ran ranSecond ranSecnd ran4econd
alo Secnd Second RaceSix furlongsTravers furlonr5Trver 103 IO 1W 1WHennessy W WHennessy WHenneyl
Hennessy Henneyl JceSJs ID to 5 won wonBen Ben Howard UowarIU IlowaniLllI 114 Fuller Fuln FulnI Fulleda
6 I to 2 second Sid t Silver Slver 101 Minder 1Inder 20 to l third thirdTime thirdTime thIrdTime
Time 114 Palmist Legation Julia JulI Jimkln JimklnMacbeth Junkinlacbelh jnnkinMacbell
Palmll LraUon
Macbeth 11 Boundllnc lundlnr Frank Rice Hce Barkelmore BarkelmoreCaterpillar BukelmoreCalerplar BarkelmoreCaterpOlar
Caterpillar and Lady Brockway also als ran ranThird ranThird ranThird
Calerplar Third nacc RaceSIX SU Ldy Jurlonzs furlonlForl lunlongaFort Fort Plain 100 10 Davis Davissoft Dsvl DavisJIo
RccSIs
soft JIo 7 to I won Sadducee Sdducee 109 10 McCaflerty Mealerr 1 7to 1to 1to
a to 10 second Joe Com Go < i 109 10 Fuller uler 14 I to t 5 I third thirdTime IhlrdTme thIrdTime
Time Tme 11335 l133 5 Invincible Fcronla Fickle flcklD Saint SaintCircular Sin SaintCircular
Circular CI Jo Joe and Knbyle also ran ranFourth ranFourth
Fourth o bJI llace RaceHandicap e Handicap r p one er mile e and 70 7 yards yardsLev yardIev yardsIev
Iev Dorsey 10 lOt W Hennrasy lenneMYI is I to 5 won Ex Exclamation Excamrlon itsclamation ¬
clamation larey 101 15 H Phillips Mo C to I second 8tond bondage
camrlon 103 10 McIntyre I 7 to Pbllpllo 10 third Time 144 I 45 4 St StTammany StTammany StTaluniany
Tammany also aL ran ranFifth rantfh ranFifth
Fifth Rice RcePhe RaceFise Five and a half hl furlongs frlonlsHsnlkls furlongsHarnlakts Harmakls
103 tfh 1leratl 0 to I won Redman 100 10 IMcCalerly McCaflerty
10 15 to 1 leral serond Foresight Fore lrbl 110 10 Fuller Fuler 7 710 to 6 I third thirdTime thirdrme thirdflme
Time rme lC044 ICO 4 Aggie Afle Lewis LL Jllss 11 iLss HIIHe Ile J 1 1Sixth IMaberry 1Maiberny >
Maberry Troroa and Aibertola Iberlo a aLo also ran ranSI ranSIxth
Sixth SI lh Hace Hacenc One mile mie and Ind a sixteenth 81sleenthThe sixteenthThe The Mes Messenger Messtnrer Sirssenger ¬
senger 100 10 < W V Ilennessy lennry 4 to 1 won Velos Velosuenolll2 M MHuestoiil20 93Hueiton
Huestoiil20 Hueiton 20 to I second 8tond Gravlna Grsvlo 103 10 IHMlchael HMichaels
7 to uenolll2 5 third th rd Time Ime 14745 14 t Charlie Charle Thompson ThompsonSir Chompsn ChompsnSir
Sir Paul Floyd K and anfiweilesley Wellesley Wele l r also ran ranNew rsnNfW ranNew
New Orleans Entries Entre for Today TodayFirst Today TodayFtr TodayPirst
First Ftr naceSelllne RaeSelnr six sl furlongs furlonjsPort lurlon lurlonPor furlongsPort <
Port Por Warden Waren 1121A 121 li2iArnoid Amold mold K I IHaven D OIl OIlhaven
Haven Hun lOTITrossachs 10Trsoach I IHalph 0 99 99Ralph
Ralph Young l04MIss 10 MIM Mellon Melon I IOusHeldorn I 99 99iuxiteldorn
G OusHeldorn Heidor iMHteJIan 10i leJlln OH OHDuncan 0 96Duncan
Duncan lorsneer lorsneerClaremont I 91 91Claremont
Claremont 81 oni 091 UelAltegretto i Allegretto I rr I ISecond 94 94Second
Second Race IsceSlx ItaceSix Six and a I halt hal t furlongs furlongsZyra furlonesZyra fugloxigsNeither
Zyra no Neither elbcr One 110 110Optional 10 10Oplonal 110Optional
Optional Oplonal 110 10 10 Mrs In Frank Foster FosterSabot Foster110 Foster110VestrY 10 10Snbo
Sabot 110 10 Vestry VestrySwectNell 10 10Sweet 110 110Sweet
SwectNell Sweet Nell 110 110Third 10 10Tird I 10 10Third
e1
Third Tird Hace Hacelne flareSellIng Selling one mile mileThe mie mieThe mIleThe
The Guardsman 10U 101 199t Decoration DecorationLingo Urcorton 10 103 103102
Lingo 10S John JohnSir 10 102 102Sir
Sir Lnlo Kingston Klnrstn Kingston107 107 Dr Hart lar i iBard 10
Bard sd ot Avon Avon106 109 lO Reckoner ReckonerFelix 101 101ten
Felix ten Hard 100 10 Atheols AtheolsBarkelmore
Barkelmore Barkelmore104 104 Kitty KlllyClyde Clyde ClydeFourth 07 07Fourth 97Fourth
lrkelmoreIO Fourth Race ReeS RaceSelling Selling lnl one mile m1e and 70 yards yardsdales ysrd yardsFeronla
dales lOJIFcronln lOJIFcronlnProdigal IOternll Feronla OIl OIlProdigal
Prodigal Son SonInspector jOllMamselle jOllMamselleloniFthel in Msm Mamselle ele 91 91Ineelor 91lnxpectorShesIUOIFtitei
Inspector Ineelor lnxpectorShesIUOIFtitei Shea SheaLovable Sb s loniFthel 101 Elbel Scruggs SCnres S4 S4lvable 54Pinkey
Lovable LovablePonca 100 PInkey Pin key II IIM I 70 70Ponca 70Ponca
Ponca PoncaMarco 101 M 0 0 Always Faithful Falbful 7 79 79Marco
Marco 98 0 9 Any Day DayFifth 7 70 70Fifth
Fifth tltl lUce laceTree 114crThree Three and a half bai furlongs furlongsGarret furlonrsGarel furlongsJerret
Garret Garel Wilson WIol Wilson110 unlThe IOThe The Druggist DruggistMIchaMByrnes Unfrlt101 Unfrlt101Ueba Druggist107 Druggist107Miehasl
MIchaMByrnes Michael Ueba 1 Byrnes ByrnesDixie 110 10 HannlbalBey Hannibal lannlha Bey BeyHOlLady
Dixie Land LandTruffle Lnd HOlLady 110 Ldy tady Greenwood Greenwo 10 100 100Truffle
1110
Truffle Hunter Hunter1O7Lytheliat100 Hunter1O7Lytheliat100Minnie 107 Lythcluit LythcluitMinnie 10
Minnie SchlemrnerlM Schlemmer lolILily Lily Liy Brook 100 100Carrie 10
Carrie Csne CarrlePottcr Potter Polcr loll 1071Sixth 101 10 lollShut
Sixth SI lb Race RaceSeln RaceSelling Selling one mile mie and a furlong furlongBessie lurloncJesolc furlongBesMeolcCaflhy
Bessie Jesolc BesMeolcCaflhy McCarthy MCsrhy 1 IMIGIn IH IuGinSpray ln Spray 85 85Blue 85JueMlal 55BlurSilat
Blue BlurSilat Mint ashllaujer D lau er r rPast 8 3 3Past
Past Pat JueMlal MIThe 01 he1zard Wizard 7S 7SAt 75At i iAt
At San Francisco FranciscoSAN Fnec FnecSAN
SAN FIUNCIBCO Feb 4 Hlldcbrand 4Hldcbrand captured capturedthe rallurrd rallurrdIhe
the riding honors honor here here today toda piloting plolnr three win winFirst winner winnets
nets
nerllrst First Rare RaeSeen RaceSeven Seven furlonssConstcllator turlonlsComlclaor 10J 10JHlldebrand 10 103Hlldebrand
Hlldebrand 7 to 2 won w n El Plloto 11010 lot 101 IFole Foley
4 to idebrand I second leeond Optimo Optmo too 10 Ollphant 01phlnt 19 to r r > third thirdTime thirdT thirdTime
Time lS > Bay Wonder Byronerdale e Standard Standardi SiandardSecond StandardLibbie
i Libbie iu i ft Candid dlKd < 4lr1 and in1 Arthur A rthnr rJ hay Tin v aiso nl n run runSecond ran ranSecond
T Second Race laceTbree lIterThree Three and a half furlongs furlonrDI furlongsBill furlongsBillShort Bill BillShort
Short 110 J Daly Dat 13 to 8 won Speaker Fontens Fonlenl
110 Burns urnl 10 0 to S second eond Edwarilo 112 1 Bell e11
5 10 to 1 third Time TmeO4 044 Corn Cor Blossom oSm Boss Bos l3oa Ely ElyOnly ElyOnl itlyOnly
Only Onl JImmie Glscome G5eome and lldottoro also aloo ran ranThird ranTblrd ranThird
Third Race RaeOno RaceOne Ono mile mie and SU iO 54 yards ysd yardsBill Bill DI Massle AMle AMleio
io 102 Hlldcbrand7 ldebrandl 7 to5 to 5 wonPierceI won Pierce 1 lojLarsen lojLarsena tI 105 Laren Lareno Larsen
a to tl 5 i second O 1 W Trahern Tahern 107 10 IJ J Martin Marlnl7 7 to tot totthird 1 1third Ithird
third Time fme l4i 14N f The Ledaean Ledlran Lesn Hellas HellasTom Jela Iellastorn
Tom Klngslcy and Chlleno Chleno also run runFourth rn rnFourh ranFourth
Fourth Fourh Race HaeeSII HaceSla Six and a half hal furlongs tmlonrFor tmlonrForJfrtlo furlongsFormaster For Formaster
master ill Bullman U H to 5 won Judge 111 J JDaly JDaly
Daly 11 to 5 l second Solanui o n trm ion tJ dAfrm tJ J dAfrmI Martin 20 20i 2
1 I Jfrtlo i iiiii iiiiiand t third lrd lime lnle 12 122 The Atlllt Mighty Lunrsbot Lunrsbotand Longtiot Longtiotand
and Ananias nanll also ran ranFifth ranFith ranFifth
Fifth Fith Race RaceIve Five and A half hat furlongs furlenaBrennus Brennui rennu
107 Bell Bel 4 to 1 won Flyer 09 0 Laijen A3en B I to t 2 2second 2second
second Goddess Goddt of Night lghl 109 10 Durani uranl 20 2 to I Ithird IIhlrd Ithird
third Time Tme HOW i03 Handpress Handpres Castle W Bell BellReed nell nellReed BeilReed
Reed Flortnel lornel 109 and Lady Ld Illmho Bmbo also ran ranSixth rai ranSixth
Sixth Slllh Race RaceOnD One mile mieBombarder mIleBombardier Bombardier 03 Hllde Hlldebrand Itildebrand Ude Udebrandl ¬
brand 3 to 1 won Creole Jim JlmtOI tot Larsen 11 1 to tosecondScherzoOS toserond O Orond
secondScherzoOS serond rond Scherzo chrro O 09 tT TIlurns lurnl hums 11 J I toSthird to i 5 thIrd Time Timelilj Tme Timei4ij
r ran lilj 112 Charlie Charle Sweltzer Sweizer Keogh and Hulford lu10rd also alsoSKATING alo alor aloSlUTIlO alsoran
SKATING SKATINGCartel SlUTIlO SlUTIlOCarleton SKATINGCarleton
Carleton Cartel on and Hcldenfcldt leldenfeldt Schools Tie Te for forPoint torPoint forPoint
Point Honors HonorsThe Jonor JonorThe HonorsThe
The skating akatng championships of the Bronx BronxSchool BronxSchool BronxSchool
School League Ioaiue were decided decded on tnlonport tnlonportLake UnIon UnionportLake port portLake
Lake West Chester yesterday afternoon afternoonThe nternoon nternoonhe afternoonThe
The he contest cntelt for the banner resulted resuled In a tie tiebetween te tebetween tiebetween
between Carleton Crleton School and Heldenfeldt HeldenfeldtInstitute Htldenfeldt HtldenfeldtInstute ReidenfeldtInstitute
Institute with thirteen points poln1 each In the theIndividual theIndlvdual theindividual
Individual Instute competition complllton tblreen A Miller Mier of Heiden Heldonfeldt Heidenfldt Heidenfeldt
feldt Institute InBtute did the best work capturing capturingthn capturlntho
the one mile mlo and 220 yard ard senior events event H Hirlce RPrice itPrice
Price Carleton School and T 1 Weinberg Weinbergfowler Weinbrg WeinbrgrOvler WeInbergrotvler
fowler rOvler School won the medals In the 440 440yard 40 40nd 440yard
yard nd eenior enlor and 880 yard junior respec respectively reepec11lI respecLively ¬
Lively 11lI
410 4tOsrd Yard Race Rce Senior SeniorWon Won by R Price Pce Carle Carleton Carletn CarLton
ton tn School Schol A Miller iller Heldenfeldt Ieldenfeldt Institute IMtulc sec second second seeend ¬
ond S W McKay Adler School third Time TimeK
K 5 seconds
880 secnd Yard Race Junior JuniorWon Won by T Welnburi WelnburiFowler Welnburi WeloburFowler
Fowler S0 School Schol J Carptner Carlner Fowler School serond serondK secnd secndt aecon aeconF
K t 3 45 Daniels Ianle seconds Carleton Carletn School third Time Tme 1 minute
220 20 Yard Race Rae Senior SeniorWon Won by b A Miller Aler Helden Heldenfeldt Ueldenfeld HeidenfeIdL ¬
feldt Institute Jnstule R Price Carleton Carletn School Shool second secondF
F DanIeL Dsnle Carleton School Schol third thrd Time Tme 23 45 45seconds Hisecond 45seconds
seconds secondsOne secondOne secondsOne
One Mile Mie Race Senior SenlorVon Won by A Miller Mier Helden Heldenfeldt leden ledenfeldt Ileldenfeldt ¬
feldt Institute lltale R Price Prce Carleton Carle Ion School Schol second secondC scond scondC
C Burke Kyle School third Time 3 minutes mInutes724second
7 724second 28 seconds aeond
220 20 Yard Race Junior JunIorWon Won by Robert Rbert Stiles StilesKImball Sle StilesRlmball
KImball KImbal School Frank rnk Walter Waler Adler School Schoolsecond Schol Scholsecond Schoolsecond
second Thomas Walsh Manning School third thirdTime Ihlrdrme thirdrime
Time rme 24 2 16 seconds secondsPALM
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PALM BEACH BUCI Fla Fob ob 4 4The The first trt and andsecond andsecond andsecond
second rounds of the Lnkeworth and Consola Consolation COlsola COlsolaton Consolation ¬
tion ton cups were played pla11 today One of the thesurprises thesurprlae thesurprises
surprises was the dofea of C B Cory by byW byW byv
W v W v Burton by I up Cory making the thoround theround theround
round In 73 j and Burton in 75 75Lakeworth j5Lleworth 75Lakeworth
Lakeworth Lleworth Cup CupFirst First round roundC C B Cory Cor beat beatA bealA beatA
A W Black ack 4 up and 4 to play pia W S W Burton beat beatG
G P 1 Tangeman 0 up and 4 to play pla E P Goodwin Goodwinbeat Godwin Godwinbeet GoodwInbeat
beat K J W V Root HOII 3 up and 2 to play D B Martin Martinbeat 51arln 51arlnheat Martinheat
heat H I Pain PaU A I up and ad 5 1 to play plIY D O Wlckham Wlckhambeat WIckhambeat Wlekhambeat
beat F t Ellis EI by default F S Armstrong beat beatD
D LnYd Lloyd I up 20 holes P I Wattrm an beat R r D DChamberlln 1 UChamberlin
Chamberlln Camberln S up and I to tl play I J Moller Moler Jr Jrbeat Jrbeat
beat H M I Bolton 00110n7 7 up IJlnd and 5 I to t play playSecond playgfcond playSecond
Second gfcond Round TloundW W W Burton lurlon beat C B Cory Cor CorI CoryI I
I up D B Martin Marln beat K P Goodwin 5 1 up and 4 4to 4to
to play r S Armstrong Armslmnl beat hat D O Wlckham 1 up
18 holes bole J Moller Coler Jr beat H Waterman 3 up and andto
3 to play playConsolation pls plsCOlolalln
Consolation COlolalln Cup CupFnt CupFirst First round rund roundA A W Black Blak heat hestQ
0 P Tangeman 8 I up and 7 to t play pla B W Root Rootbeat R Rootbeat
bat beat H I Pam 4 up and 3 to play pla I D Lloyd Loyd beat beatA ha haA beatA
A Berlin eUD Ellis Eli 1 by up default defaul 20 holes H I K Colten Dlon best E DCam DCameUD flCbm flCbmberlin D Cham ChamBerlin
ODELL o oiu iiL IS THE LEGISLATURE LEGISLATUREThe LE
IiItrUBE IiItrUBEeG
The eG Governor nror Ieurfw VI the Poweri Pwe of the tbeCommitted tso tsocrnltte theComndtteei
Committed crnltte of f Jheo the Two Hotuef HotuefALBANY IOU UGUIeLALBANY
ALBANY Feb Feb4Hertofor 4 Heretofore Oor Odell Odelllias Oel OdellIlas
bas always < recognized ton I the surface surfaceat
Jognz
at least leat the tbec1ttutonlfactht constitutional fact that the theLegislature theLegilatur theLegislature
Legislature Legilatur has ha coordinate coorinae powel powers with withI wih wihthe withthe
I the Executive EeulveBut 1Thlt But he h has habie become b edme so sopermeated sopermoae soi
i permeated permoae with centralized cntr lze power pwer that thateven thatI thateven
I even evel care cardedUsually carded cardedUsually this superficial sup fclat cloak has ha been b n dis discarded di diicarded ¬
Usually Usuly the Senate Finance Fin and ard the thepass theI tbeAssembly
I Assembly Way Ways and Mea Means cmlttes cmlttesp committees committeespass
pass p upon requests rquetfor for appropriations aprra lor by bythe bythe bythe
the heads hel of ofStat State departments deparmen 8 This Thiscustom Tis Tiscltom Thiscustom
custom has been abandoned this
cltom ba ben abadone year yearToday yearToay yearToday
Today members member of these thee two comtt comttincluding committ committees committeesincluding ce ceincluding
including Chairmen Carmen Malby Malbyand and Rogers Rogersoat Mger Rgereeat
oat alongside the th Governors Goverors Oove sors throne thne In the theexecutive theexeutvo theexecutIve
executive exeutvo chamber cambor while whie the thGrpreta thGrpretatve representa representatives repr senta sentatlvee ¬
tives tve of the State Stae Lunacy Iuny Commission Commissiontho DIBlon DIBlonthe n nthe
the State Prison PrisonDepartmont Department Deparment the te Adjutant AdjutantGenerals Adjutat AdjutatGenelBof AdjutantOenerals
Generals GenelBof office the tbaStte State Agricultural AgriculturalDepartment ARoutur Agrl ultural ulturalDepartment
Department Deparment and tnd the State StaOFIl18uprlsor StaOFIl18uprlsorbwe StatFiscal Fiscal Supervisor Supervisorbowed Supervisorbowed
bowed bwe in meek mek obeisance obeianc before bCor the usurper usurperof uluer uluerof
of legislative legislatve functions functonsanp1ae and pleaded for at atleast atleat atleast
least leat enough money to pay the th em employees employees employees ¬
ployees of their departments deprments for the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming year yea This Thi is the thelrt first time tme that thatsuch tht thtsuch thatsuch
such a startling usurpation of
stalng usuraton power was wasopenly wa waopenly wasopenly
State openly indulged Indulge in by a Governor Go eor of the theState theState theState
POOR MAX IN LEAVES LE4VES 390flOO 390flOONobody 9 9Nobdy 90000 90000Nobody
Nobody Nobdy Suspected Suspcted Simons Wealth tltb Until Untillilt Vt IJntUIlls
lilt 111 Will Wi Was Wa Found Foud In II HU l Safe SafePABSAIC sfe sfePASSAIC Ce CePASSAIO
PASSAIC N J JFeb Feb 4 4It It was w was s discovered discoveredtoday disovrd disovrdtoay discoveredtoday
today that Moses Mos Simon an old Hebrew Hebrewresident Hebrw Hebrwr81dent Hebrewresident
resident r81dent of this thi city who ho died last lat October Octoberapparently Ocobr Octoberapparently i iapprnty
apparently apprnty poor por left an estate estae valued vauedat at atabout atabout I
about 100000 10 90000 His will wi was wa found foud today todaywhen tody todywhen toclaywhen
when a safe efa in i his office ofc was wa broken broke into intoIt ito IntoIt
It I provides prvides that tht the estate be b equally equaly divided dividedamong dividedamong dividedamong
among seven heirs hel and Mr Simons wife wifeSimon wifeSimon
Simon came cme here her about forty fory years ya1 ago agoand agoand agoand
and opened a dry dr goods gos store stor His Hs buM business buslne buMness ¬
ness ne grew grw and finally fnaly ho sold out and went wentInto wentInto wentInto
Into the real ral estate etate business buslne8 Through Throughspeculation Thrugh Thrughspclaton Throughspeculation
speculation spclaton he secured scr a I large lrg amount amoUt of ofproperty otpropry ofproperty
property propry in this city cty Garfield Gareld and Pater Paterson PaterBn Paterson
son Bn as a well wel as a a tract trc of thirty thiry acres ar at atBellport atDlpor atBellport
Dlpor Bellport L I IABEEL IABEEL IABEEL
ABEEL ON HIS HISW WAY AY HERE HEREBeached HElE HElEneaelle HEREBeached
Beached neaelle Buffalo Dulalo Yesterday ielten In Charge Car58 of ofDetective ofDeteotvt ofDetective
Detective Deteotvt Collins Coll of This Tls City CityBUFFALO at CItyBvyrsio
BUFFALO BUFFA Feb 4 4Janies James al Kcilson Neiln Abed Abeelwas Abll Abllwa Abedwas
wa was turned tund over to Detective Detctv Collins CI1 of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York in the te County Cunty Court Cut in Welland WellandOnt WeIand WeIandOnt WellandOnt
Ont early this ti morning moring Thn Tl eztrad oxtad itlon itlonpapers IUonpapr ltlonpapers
papers papr were received reho at Welland Weiand lost lat night nightat niht nihtat
at 8 oclock Detective Dtctv Collins Coln took tok pos possession ps ps86ion poesession ¬
session 86ion of the te papers papr at once onc and an early this thismorning ti thismorning
morning hurried huried through trough the te necessary necessaryformalities neoer necessaryformnaUties
formalities foraltes in i court curt and departed depat with withAbeel wit withAbed
Abed Abel for Now York YorkAbeel YorkAbel YorkAbed
Abed Abel was wa greatly graty pleased plea when he was wastold wa wastold
told tld that tat the te papers papr8 had ha arrived ah and ad he hewas heWO hewan
was WO more mor joyous jool when he wa was on the te train trainbound trainbound trainbound
bound for New ew York YorkThank YorkTank YorkThank
Thank Tank God Go Im Im going goin to t get out of this thishole ti thishole
hole f said sid Abed AII just before beCDr the te train de departed depart departed ¬
parted part MIt It seems sem8 ages aes since sinc I got ot t here hereand her hereand
and the to sooner sner I get to New York the thebetter te tebetr thebetter
better betterDetective betr betrDotctvo betterDotoctivo
Detective Dotctvo Collins Cln and ad Abed Abol arrived arive hi hiBuffalo I inBuffalo
Buffalo Burolo at 1225oclockthlsafternoon 1225 1225oclock oclock tis thisafternoon aftnon They Theyleft Toy ToyIdt Theyleft
left the train trin at thb te Terrace Ter station sttlon which whichis whc whichIs
te
is I in the te rear of police pll headquarters hfaquartr The Theleft Te Tedetectve Thedetective
detectve detective tok took Ael Abeel to heaqurtr headquarters and andlett andlefthixn
left lefthixn him there ther The Te Thereporters reporters were wr not nt per permitted pe permitted ¬
mitted mUt to t see IO Aboel Abel rpr and it was announced announcedthat aounc announcedthat
that tat he would not continue cntnuo the to journey joue to toNow t toNow
Now York until unt tomorrow tomorw morning moring at 725 725oclock 72Goclock 725oclock
oclock oclockJames oclockJame oclockJames
James Jame N Abeel Abel was wa indicted indictedfor Indicte yesterday
for forgery in the third degree degre In signing signingthe Ilging Ilgingthe signingthe
the name of J B Van Every Ever vicepresident vicepresidentof vicpreident vicpreidentof
of the Western Wetor Union Telegraph Tel gpb Company Companyto CrfY CrfYto
to a letter lettr of introduction IntrucUon to Miss MI8 Eleanor EleanorAnderson Eleor EleorAderon EleanorAnderson
Anderson Aderon The Te note not Introduced Intruce Abed Abel aa aaJ a a aJ
J J Ogden Goelet Golet Jr Abeel Abel will wi not notreach notrech notreach
reach rech here before befor tonight tonightPELL tonigh tonighPELl tonightPELL
PELL THOMPSON IFII IIl RECOVER RECOVERHe lEC01ER lEC01ERle
He le Says Ss HU 18 Injuries Hart lad Nothing Notlins to Do DoWith Do1lth DoWith
With 1lth the Putnam Ptnam House 10ue Raid RaidThe RId RIdThe RaidThe
The injuries Injure of Pell Pel Thompson Thompsn the real realestate rea realestate
estate estte clerk who was yaa a taken tken unconscious unconsciousfrom unconsious unconsiousfrom unconsciousfrom
from the Putnam House to t Bellevue Beleve Hos Hospital Hospial Hospital ¬
pital pial on Wednesday Weey afternoon ateron soon son after afterthe ater aterthe afterthe
the police polee made me a raid at the hotel are ar not notas nota notas
as a serious srious as a first flt supposed supposedIt appose
It I was wa definitely defntoly determined determine yesterday yesterdaythat yet yesterdaythat rday rdaythat
that his hi skull skul was wa not fractured fr turt11 HehM He has a acontusion acontusion acontusion
contusion over the left ler eye and nnc an injury injuryto Injur
to his hlslerankle left ankle The ThedotrA doctors said he would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be able to leave lee the hospital today if i he hewanted hewanto hewanted
wanted to toCapt toCapt
wanto t
Capt Gallagher Galngher of the East Et Twentysec Twentysecond Tety Tetyond ¬
ond street stret station 8taton haLl ha another talk tl with withThompson wth wthThompsl withThompson
Thompson Thompsl yesterday afternoon aferon and the theclerk theclerk theclerk
clerk told t ld him that the raid had nothing to todo t todo
do with the assault a sul Thompson Thompsn said sd that thatPutnam thatho thatlIe
ho had several drink and In paing passing the thePutnam thePutnam
Putnam House stepped steppe in there to get getanother getanother getanother
another He stood std at the end of the bar bardrinking bardrinking bardrinking
drinking he said when a shabbily shabbiy dressed dressedlonghaired drceso dressedlonghaired
longhaired longhared man edged up and showed showe that thathe tht ththe thathe
ege
he expected expete Thompson Thomp6n to buy him a drink drinkThompson dk dkThomp6n drinkThompeon
Thompson Thomp6n ordered ordere him hm away and called calledhim cale calledhim
him a grafter grCer The long haired haire man manson mn mngrabb mangrabbed
grabb grabbed 0 a whiskey btto bottlo ad and strck struck Thomp Thompsn Thompson
son sn with wih it i Thompson Thompsn remembered remembere no nomore nomore nomore
more until unt ho woke up in the hospital hospitalTho hospitl hospitalThe
The police are looking for a I man mn known knownas kncw
as Doo ploo Leslie LeUe who peddles podle candy cand in inMadison InMadson inMadison
Madson Madison Square Garden and in the bar barrooms barrooms barrooms ¬
rooms in the tle neighborhood neighborhoodWALKOVER neighbrhood neighbrhoodJ neighborhoodWALKOVER
WALKOVER FOR COCKRAX COCKRAXRepublicans tOCKRINRepublicans OOKRt OOKRtnepoblcaR
J
Republicans nepoblcaR Will Wi Not Nominate Although AlthoughLexow AlthoulhLtxow AlthoughLexow
Lexow Ltxow Was for Nominating NominatingBourke Nomlnatl NonllnatingBourko
Bourke Cockran Coclrn will wi have no opponent opponentat oppnlnt oppnlntat
at the election eleion on Feb Iel 23 to fill fl the vacancy vacancyin acncy acncyIn
in the Twelfth Congress Cngr8A district dftrict caused causedby causedby causedby
the of McClollan McClollanThoro McClellanThere
by resignation resignaton Mayor McCelan McCelanTor
There Tor was a conference yesterday yestery of the theRepublican theRepublcan theReptihllcan
Republican Republcan Assembly Aeembly district distrit leaders leadel of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Congress Congrss district di8trlc and it was decided decidedthat dede decidedthat
that it would ould bn b a I waste of time money moneyand moneynnd moneyand
and effort tror to nominate a man mn in the hope hopelessly hopelessly hopelessly ¬
lessly Democratic Democrato stronghold strongholdWhen strongholdWhen strongholdWhen
When the convention was called caled to order orderlost orderlalt orderlast
lost lalt night Charles K IC Lexow IAxo who had hadattended hadatended hadattended
attended atended tho conference conrernr in the afternoon afternoonand aternoon aternoonand afternoonand
and was wnl supposed to bo in accord acor with the theother thoothel theother
other othel leaders leadef surprised Ilrpr9d its It I delegates by byurging byurglnl byurging
urging urglnl that a nomination nomilation be b made mde Norton NortonGoddard Noron Noronordar NortonGoddard
Goddard < ordar jumped umpe to his hi Feet ret and protested protestedThoro protutcdTern protestedThoro
Thoro Tern are several Ivpfll rMOlf reasons why we should phouldnot fhoulr shouldnot
not put a 1 candidate cndidate in the field feld ho said saidSome MidHomo saidSome
Some are ar national natonal and some are local localTho localThe localThe
The Republicans Republcl have 277 and the Demo Democrats Democrt iemocrate ¬
crate crt 74 members mombra in the House fOUA nnd ono onodoes onodop onedoes
does dop not make much difference rllerenc BesidesTammany Besides Beides BeidesTamman BedideeTammany
Tammany Tamman controls the police plce and John JohnCunnecnwho JohnCunneen JohnCunnen
Cunnecnwho Cunnen who was wasollcP elected Attorneyficneral Attorneyficneralby toreyreneral toreyreneralby
by Prohibition Prhibiton votes vOtlB says that Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent of Elections Eleions Morgan has ha no functions funcions to toperform topfrform toperform
perform at this election electon There Tere is every everyreason everyreaon everyreason
reason reaon to tobelievethattherewould believe bleve that there would bonpodnl bonpodnldifficulties b bettpecijildlfilcultios l ldlfcultof
difficulties dlfcultof to overcome oerome If we tried tre to ap make makea makea <
a good ood showing howinl of the vote voteThe votehe voteThe
The he convention conlnton adjourned adjourne M subject ubjec to tothe tothe tothecall
thecall the call cal of the chairman chairan f
14 1 REPUBLICAN ADVISERS ADVISERSairman ADVISERSChalrilan ID1ISElS ID1ISElSCllrmln
Cllrmln Chalrilan airman of State Committee CommItee Apparently Apparentlyto Apprenty Apprentyto
to Be le an ExOfflclo Member MemberChairman MemberChairman MemberChairman
Chairman Charles H Murray MUray of the Re Republican Republcan Republican ¬
publcan publican County Committee Commite has appointed appointedLhis appointedthi
thin thi advisory advisor committee commlteo In pursuance of of3ov ofQov ofCoy
Coy Odells Odel8 plan to reorganize and uplift upliftthe uplt upltthe upliftthe
the local lol organization organizton Cornelius Cornelus N Bliss BlissEllhu Bls BlissElihu
Ellhu Elhu Root Louis 1ull Stern Ster James S Clarkson ClarksonFrank Clarksn ClarksnFrank ClarksonFrank
Frank S Black Jacob H I Schlff Shil A D DJullliard DJuliard DJuliliard
Jullliard Juliard Edward Lauterbach Luterbach Cleveland ClevelandH
H Dodge Isaac Isao N NSelgman Seligraan T C Platt PlattB
B B B Odell Odel Jr Clmuncoy M 11 Depew Depe and andthe andMthe andthe
Mthe the Hon lon Chairman Cha rman of the thl Republican Republicantate Republcan RepublcanStato RepublicanState
Stato State tate Committee Commite name ne not given Col ColJunn ColDunn ColDunn
Dunn is the chairman chairn at present presentThe presnt presnt1le presentThe
The 1le members will wi aid and counsel the theirganization theorganizton theorganization
organization organizton In future tutre futtirecampaigns campaigns especially epeialy
the ho next campaign campaignChairman campaignChairman campaignChairman
Chairman Murray Muray said that he had tried triedo triedto triedto
to o pick out the most representative repre ntatve and andlistingulshed anddlstnKlsbe anddistinguished
distinguished dlstnKlsbe leaders leaerl of the party paty He Herill Hewi Howill
wi will few rill ew days d announce his hil finance fnnce committee cmlteo in I a aew t td Cfew I
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GLOBE is so much larger larer than thanwas than thanwas II IIwas
was counted on > that it is J necessary necessaryto necessr Ii Iito
to ask as the indulgence Induence of the pub public pub ¬ 1
I lic le for the delays deays of the last Iest three threedays threedays threeI
I days Adequate mechanical mecanic fa facilities 111 111cilities 1 <
cilities cilties are being bein secured seure thai that will willensure w willensure fi fiensure
ensure prompt distribution ditribution of ofsufficient a asufficient a asuficient
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TEWKSBURY TEWKSBURY HOUSE BURNED BURNEDOTED BURNEDNOTED I IOTSD
NOTED SEVEXTYSECOND STREET STREETDWELLIXO STREETDWELLIlG STREETDWELLING
DWELLING DWELLIlG BADLY DAMAGED DAMAGEDHymen DAUAGEDHe DAMAGEDHymen
Hymen He Bonn Snu Owns Ownilt It Now Nowand and Be and HU HUHousehold J HisHousehold
Household Houchold Were Driven Diven Out OutE OutEx OutExplosion Ex Explosion
plosion In I the t Cellar CDar Injures I a Fire Fireman Fre FiremanTender
man mnTendu manTender Tender Hones Hore Run Ru Away AwmyTho Aw AwThe AwayThe
The S5Q 500000 house houe at 29 West Seventy Seventysecond Svnty Svntysond Seventysecond
second sond street strt which was a built buit and furnished furnishedby fune
by Lewis Lwi O Tewksbury Tewkbu was almost alost totally totallydestroyed ttly ttlydestye totallydestroyed
destroyed destye by lire Jr early ealy yesterday ystray morning morningThe mornng mornngTt morningThe
The Tt house bou is i now owned ow by Hymen Hyen Sean Sonnwho Bn Seanwho
who week weekTbe with wih his hi family famiy moved mo into It It only last lastweek ls lswek lastweek
wek
weekThe
wekTe The Te Sean Sn family faiy which whla Includes iclue Mr Mrand M Mrand
and Mrs Mr Sonn Sn and two children cidn were wre all allasleep aUalep allasleep
asleep alep when the to flames faes were wr discovered discoveredand dlcwr
and they tey the fled fe to t ti the te street stt half hal clad cl Bo Bodid B Sodid
did the to six servants servant four fou women wmen and two twoJapaueso twoJapaleBI twoJapanese
Japanese JapaleBI valets valetsTho vnlot vnlotaThe
The fire f started In i the basement where whereworkmen whereworkmen
To strt te bament wer
workmen worken have been busy buy for several svral days daysInstalling dar day dayinstalling
Installing Intlng a now electric light service serviceElla serviceElla erlo
Ella EUa Solloy Slo a servant serant who was WI Bleeping Bleepingon sleepig sleepigon
on the te top tp floor for was WI awakened awaened by the thosmoke thesoke thesmoke
smoke soke Rushing to the second ond floor lor she shearoused se seau sheamused
aroused au Mrs Sean Sn who awoke her two twochildren twocUdrn twochildren
children cUdrn Sidney and ad Edna EdnaMrs En EdnaSirs
Mrs M Sean Snn went wnt to the te top tp floor for and andaroused a andaroused
aroused the servants srvant advising all al of them themto
aou te avii tem temt
to t cover cvr their ter thcirheadsandfaceawlthclothing thcirheadsandfaceawlthclothingThen heads and faces Cas with wit clothing clothingThen clotig clotigTen
Then Ten she se led le the te way down dow the te stairs lt to tothe tote tothe
the te street stt The Te stairs stirs encircle the te eleva elevator elevatr elevafor ¬
flames flamesDespite laes flamesDespito for tr shaft sat which had ha proved prve a flue fu for the theflames te telaes theflames
laesDplt Despite Dplt the te efforts etort of the te firemen fremen the therear te terar therear
of the house de destroyed destrye dostroyed
rear rar port pat to houe was wa entirely entiely ¬
strye stroyed Tho front part of the te building buildingremained buidig buidigrmaine buildingremained
remained intact but the fine
rmaine Itact fne furnishings furnishingswere fuihings fuihingsr
The celebrated fountain fountainwhich fountainwhich
were r destroyed dcatroye To clebratd fouti
which Tcwksbury Tewksbur had erected erct on the te top topfloor tp tptor topfloor
floor where ho used to receive his
tor wher le reClve hi guests guestswas guestsnas
was 1 criunbled cfunhlo to bits blt rho bathroom bathroomsaid batroom batroomsaid bathroomsaid
said to have cost cst 110000 100 also al vas WW wrecked wreckedIn wcke
In arriving ariving on the first fr alarm am Lieut LieutEennesey LieutHenneBY LieutHennesey
Eennesey HenneBY and eoveral 6veral firemen frmen of Engine
74 7 forced torcd their thell way Into the basement basementJust bnment bnmentJlt basementJust
Just Jlt as they theyentered entered an explosion occurred occurredandHennesoy occurredand
andHennesoy and lIonneslY Ilenncsey was a struck strck on the knee our by a amarble amarblo amarble
marble slab He 11 was wa painfully painuy injured injuredand injuredand injuredand
and had ha to return rturn to the engine house houseAbout hoU houseAbout
About but this thi time the heavy hev cupola in front frontof Crontof frontof
of the house toppled topple over ovel It was wa built builtof buit buitoC builtof
of copper and stained staine glass Rin which was wasshowered wa wasehowered
showered ooppr on the heads heas of several sevora firemen firemenFortunately fremen fremenFortunately firemenFortunately
Fortunately none was wa seriously serously hurt hurtShortly hurtShorly hurtShortly
Shortly Shorly after this th11 a team of horses horl attached attachedto atlhe
to a coal ol tender took fright and dashed dashedwest dMhe dashedwest
west Wet to Riverside Rlverde Drive Drlvl There Ther they turned turnednorth turne turnednorth
north norh and ran nil al the way to Ninetythird Ninetythirdstreet Ninetythir Ninetythirdstreet
street stret whore Policeman McKean grabbed grabbedhold grabbedholll grabbedhold
hold of them McKean was wa dragged for forthree forthree forthree
three blocks blok but finally fnay managed manapod to bring bringthe bringthe bringthe
the horses to a stop He was considerably considerablybruised con81derablybrised considerablybruised
bruised brised in stopping the runaways runawaysMr rMways rMwaysMr runawaysMr
Mr Bonn appealed appled to Chief Kruger Krger to tosave toIlne tosave
save Ilne his hil wifes wles diamonds and jewelry jewelrywhich jewel jewelrywhich
which had ha been bn overlooked overloke In the rush rsh to toescape tocpe toescape
escape cpe But B t the fire fr was wa raging so 10 fiercely fiercelyat ferly ferlyat
at the time that Chief Cef Kruger said it itwas Itwa itwas
was wa impossible to enter the tho house houo Later Latersome Ltr Ltrsome Latersome
some of the t texpended jewelry W8 was foun found Bonn had hadexpnded hadexpended
expended expnded 50000 50 for repairs repair since lnc he took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the house hoU He le also als had ha put on the first firstfloor frt frtfor firstfloor
floor for a number numbr of valuable valuble paintings palntI One Onoof Oneof Oneof
of these The Husking Hlkln Bee Be by Mosler Moslerwas Moslerwa Mottlerwas
wa was highly prized Mr Bonn eid said the hou house housewas
was wl was insured but that the amount aount was not notnear notnear notnear
near what he would woud lose loseJ
J Van Vechten Olcott Olctt who lives lve at 33 33West 33Wet 33West
West Wet Seventysecond Seventysend street stret opened opned his hishouse hishou hishouse
house hou to the members membr of the Sonn family familyand Camly Camlyand familyand
and they remained there until unt noon when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they went to the home of a relative relatve Mr MrSonn MrSonn MrBonn
Sonn is a real estate dealer with offices ofcs at
440 40 Washington street streetDEBT stroetDEBT streetDEBT
DEBT OF SOS 6 67 GREW GRE TO 25000 25000Certificate 25000Certificate lO lOCertfcte
Certfcte Certificate Issued In 1780 I 80 for 13 Pounds Pouds PoundsIS
18 Pence Pec Turns Tuns lp In Trenton TrentonTnEtfTON Tenton TentonTRENON TrentonTansros
TnEtfTON TRENON Feb 4 4The The State Stte Treasurers Treasurersoffice Treureromce Treasurersoflice
office was confronted conCronte by a rather unique uniqueproblem uniqueprblem uniqueproblem
problem prblem in compound cmpund interest iteret today tody when whenState whenStte whenState
State Stte Treasurer Treaurer Frank Frnk 0 Briggs Brggs received receivedfrom rlcelve receivedfrom
from John Joh Fenimore Fenmoro a State Stte certificate crfcate of ofindebtedness ofIndebtonO ofindebtedness
indebtedness IndebtonO dated dte January Januar 1780 180 for 13 13pounds 13pound 13pounds
pounds pound 18 pence sterling storlng
The he certificate cerifcte Is made to Mary Mar Fenimore Fenimoreand Fenmoreand Fenimoreand
and the te last indorsement indoJsement for interest interJt paid paidon pir paidon
on it is II Jan 17 1 1791 191 It draws dws 6 per cent centinterest centInterest I
interest and it has been ben roughly figured figuredthat fgure figuredthat
that the original orginal debt now amounts amount to more morethan moreth morethan
than th n 150 35000 To pay this a special act of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Legislature Lelglturo will wi be necessary as a the themethod themetoc themethod
method metoc of disbursing diaburing money neer has l been beenchanged ben benchnge beetschanged
chnge sttute changed statutes by both the Constitution Cnstiuton and andstatutes ad adsttute andstatutes
Senator Seator Ellsworth Elsworth III IIILOCKPOBT 0 IllLocsronr
LOCKPOBT Locsro T N Y Feb 4 4Senator Senator Snator Ells Ellsworth Els Elsworh Ellsworth ¬
worth has been confined to his homo
worh ha ben conned on onLocust onLocut onLocust
Locust street strt by Illness iness since sinc last lat Monday MondayHe Mondayle
le He did not attend ntend the conference conf rnC of Repub Republican Rpub Rpublcn Republican ¬
lican lcn leaders leader of o this Congress Congrs district dl trlc on onSaturday onSturay onSaturday
Saturday Sturay when ho was indorsed Indord for the thoRepublican thePpublcn theRepublican
Ppublcn Republican nomination nominaton for Governor His Hiatrouble Histrouble s struble
trouble truble Is I said to be b sciatic clto rheumatism rheumtsm He Hewan HeWM Hewas
wan much improved Improve thlg thl thI afternoon afteroon but it It la lareported II Isreported
wD reported well rJored this thI evening evDlng that he la i not no so sowell 10wD sowell
TELEPHONE SAVED S4VED HIS HI LIFE LIFEAlexander LIFEAexnder LIFEAlexander
Alexander Aexnder With Leg LS Crushed Ced Crawls cwl to tothe tothe tothe
the Instrument Inltrment and Summons Summol Aid AidWilliam A AidWihliamAlexanderavatchmanemployed
William Wiia WihliamAlexanderavatchmanemployed WihliamAlexanderavatchmanemployedat Alexander Alexde a watchman atc employed employedat employe
at the te Edison Eisn Storage Companys CmpaY1 works work at atShadyside atShayslde atShadyside
Shadyside Shayslde N NJgot J got caught caugt in the th belting beltingIn belig beligIn
In the engine engie room on Wednesday Wenedy night nightand nigt nigtad nightand
and ad before ho could extricate 8trlcate himself hlmlhi hia hiaright hiaright
right leg and ad arm ar arniwerefrlghttally were werefrghtlly frightfully crushed crushedFor crsed crsedFor crushedFor
For an a hour hou the man hung between bete the thecelling te teoelig theoeihizig
celling oelig and the flywheel fyheel oa 01 which whic the thebelting te tebeltig thebelting
belting beltig revolved revolve and ad when at last lat he fell fellto fel fellto
to t the floor foor he had just enough eogh strength strengthleft atengh atenghlett
left to crawl cawl to a telephone telephoneSend tlphone tlphoneSend telephoneSend
Send an a ambulance abulc here hee Im Im badly badlyhurt bdl badlyhurt
hurt hur he moaned moanedCentral moane moanedCentral
Central Centrl summoned aDone the te private ambu ambalanoe ambuloe ambulance
lance loe maintained minte by William Wilam Neckar Neia an anundertaker anunderaer anundertaker
undertaker underaer at Union Hill Hi and ad the te driver driverhurried diver diverhurrie driverhurried
hurried Alexander to his
hurrie Alexder employera eployes snop snopAlexander snopAexde shopAlexander
Alexander Aexde Buffering luterls intensely int1ely from his hiainjuries hi hisinjuries
injuries iJurie begged begge to be taken ten to a New Ne York Yorkhospital Yorkhospital
hospital hosital He would not consent cnnt to go to toan toan toan
an institution Inttuton in Hoboken so 10 he was driven drivenwith IlVen IlVenwih arivenwith
with wih all al speed see to the te ferry fer and taken ten to toRoosevelt t toRoosevelt
Rosevelt Roosevelt Hospital Hospit There Tere his injured Injure leg legwas legw legwas
was w amputated amputt yesterday yestdy The Te surgeons surgeonssay
say ey he has only a slight slght chance chaoe of recovery recoveryELUDED rever reverELUDED recoveryELUDED
ELUDED THE WEDDING GUESTS GUESTSThe GUESTSTe
The Te Powell PoneDI Climbed CImbd Fences Fece and Ladders Laddersto Lde
to Escape Eeap Rice and Old Shoes ShoesMiseP 8oe 8oeMiP ShoesMlsaPEthelBurdettea
MiseP MiP MlsaPEthelBurdettea EthelBurdettea Ethel Burete a Brooklyn Brokly school schoolteacher Ihol Iholteacer schoolteacher ¬
teacer teacher daughter of Mr and Mrs Mr Richard RichardC Rcr
C Bur Burmette ette and Mr Stephen H H Powell Powellwere powel Powellwere
were wr Burette married on Wednesday Wedesday evening evnls at atthe atthe atthe
the home of the bride 288 2 Putnam Ptnam avenue avenueTho avenueThe avenueThe
The Rev Dr John Joh F Carson C10n pastor ptor of the theCentral theCntrl theCentral
Central Cntrl Presbyterian Prsbyerin Church Cuc officiated officiatedThere o1clate oclated oclatedThere
There Ther were wer nearly two hundred hundd guests guestsmany gs guestsmany
many my of them being beig the brides school schoolassociates schoolIsocite8 schoolassociates
associates Isocite8 Following Folowing the ceremony crmon there therewas th8r th8rwas therewas
was a reception rcpton and wedding supper supperAfter suppr supprAter supperAfterthoy
After Ater Afterthoy they had ha been ben duly du toasted tat tho to thebride thebrideand bride brideand brde brdeand
and bridegroom brdegrom left the te table to prepare preparefor prpsr preparefor
for their departure deparur Their Teir friends frend had hadplanned hadplane hadplanned
planned plane to give them a rousing ruig farewell farewelland farel farewedand
and ad on their tei disappearance diapporac the front frontdoor frontdoor frontdoor
door was wa locked loke and the te guests gest gathered gatheredin gatherd gatherdin
in the hallway halway and parlors parlor armed aned with withbags wit withbags
bags bas te of rice old shoes shos and other articles articlesready aicles aiclesfady articlesready
ready fady for effective eIectve use useBut Ul useBut
But Mr Powell Powel and his bride brde had made madeplans madeIlal madeplans
plans to t effect efect an escape without running runningthe
the Ilal gantlet gantet and nnr carried caried escap them out in a amost amOit amost
most mOit successful ucce8tul manner mannerHurrying mannerHurlng mannerHurrying
Hurrying Hurlng upstairs upstair to t a a rear room rom on the thesecond theseond thesecond
second seond floor lor they mounted mounte a ladder which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been ben placed place at the window descended descendedto desende
to t the yard and then scaled saled a I fence thus thusreaching thusreching thusreaching
yar
reaching reching tho yard al of an apartment house houseThey hous houseThey
They hey then climbed clmbed up UJ the fire tre escape esape to tothe tothe tothe
the second fond floor foor and were wereadniltted admitted admite through througha
a window by Mr Christie Chrlste the best roan roanwho mn mnwho manwho
who had slipped slppe away unobserved unobserve and andawaited andawaie andawaited
awaited awaie them in the apartment house houseIt houle houleIt
It didnt take the couple more than a afew afew afew
few minutes minuts to reach reh their teir coach around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the corner orner ifnd nd hey were ere driving it full fullspeed Cl fullspeed
sped speed downtown dowtow when the guests gesta discov discovered disov disovere discovered ¬
ered the trick which had ha been ben played playe on onthem onthem onthem
them ere The Te Rev Dr Carson Caon said Iald last night nightthat nightthat nightthat
that even oen tho brides parents were not notlet notlet notlet
let into tho secret secretBVROLARS seret seretBURGLARS secretBURGLARS
BURGLARS IN VACANT HOUSE HOUSECrosird HOUSEcolfd HOUSECrossed
Crossed colfd to Inhabited Inballte Honse Next Door Doorand Doorand Doorand
and Had lad to Run Rn for It ItA ItA ItA
A telephone message messge was WI received rlve at atPolica atPolc atPolice
Police Polc Headquarters Headquartr last lat night which whichsaid whichsid whichsaid
said sid that tat there were wer burglars bulr In the home homeof
of Ell El Bernheim Berneim at 12 12 122 West est 120th street streetThe strot strotThe streetThe
The West 125th street stret station staton sent Detectives DetectivesToohey Detectves DetectvesToohey DetectivesToohey
Toohey and Farrell Farl to Investigate Investgate They Theyfound Tey Teyfound Theyfound
found the neighborhood neighborhoo in an uproar uproarThe uproarThe uproarThe
The front door of the Barnhelm house had hadbeen ha hadbeen
been unlocked unoked and the house bad been beenransacked ben benrsaoked beenransacked
ransacked rsaoked Much silverware siverare had been beenpacked beeJ beeppacked
packed pake It I up but the burglars burglar had ha fled fe without withoutBernheim witout witoutIt withoutI withoutBeruheim
ItBorhelm Bernheim Borhelm is in i Baltimore Batmore At 124 next nextdoor lext lextdor nextdoor
door dor is the home of Adolph Price Pric On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the second seond floor toor of the Bornhoim Bmhelr house housothere housthere housethere
there is a projection projeton which joins Join a similar similarconstruction siiar siiarcnstrcton similarconstruction
construction cnstrcton on the Pricn home The Theburglars Thf Theburglars
burglars burglar climbed clmb out on this thl and entered enteredthe enUre enteredthe
the te Price Pric house Hero Her they encountered encountereda encountr
a servant serant and the police polco were wer notified notifiedThe notfe notifiedThe
The burglars burglar got out the te front frnt door doorOh doorfTe door5OhBe
5OhBe 5OhBeI 5OhBe5The Oh Be BeJolly1
Jolly1 Jolly1The I
The fTe Best Be Ever EverI EvetE Ever5P
I D DIT Ar Acker Merl Merrall Merralle
E IT B fl Al e Condit Company Cmpny CompanyS
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SSO 150 l5Opmdcmi pa p dozen c pun punCondit pl i b
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rZR rZREXUIRITSOP Rl Ii IiBOUNCES
EXHIBITS EXUIRITSOP OF OFMOTOR I I
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I SPORTSMENS SHOW SHOWAT
I AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN GARDENFEB GARDE GARDENFEB
FEB IE IB IOTOXARCH TO MARCH IH S I 1804 1804AND l lAND 1904MOTOR
AND AT THE THBMOTOR THEMOTOR
MOTOR BOAT SHOW SHOWAt
At HERALD HEAD HALDSQUAREXIIIBION SQUARE EXHIBITION EtBIBITIQ HAM HAMFEU H LL LLWILL
FEU ED 8 TO 181804 181804WILL 18 1CC
WILL INTEREST YOU YOUTHE yOUTE YOUTB
THE TE TB LOZIER LZIR MOTOR yos COMPANY COMPANYoraeci COMPAN COMPANYOfOces
oraeci Olees Broadway Braway New NewYork York Tor TorBOUNCES
= 1 1BOUNCES
BOUNCES FREIGHT FREIHT HANDLERS HANDLERSJi HADUB j jNe
Ji Ne New w Havfn Bvn Road Rad Now Filling FS FSPeesaU Striken StrikenPlacet Smk rs rsPlaeeumaU
Placet PeesaU PlaeeumaU Small Scrap Scp at the Pier PierTbe Pe Pi t tThe
The Te striking Itkg freight frght handlers hndle1 at the East EastRiver Et EastRiver J JJver
River Jver piers pier of the te New York New Haven Havenand HT Karenand
and Hartford Hror Railroad Rlrod were wer paid pd off and anddischarged ad i I Idischarged
discharged dshrge by Agent Connolly Cnoly yesterday yesterdaymorning yet yeetrdymorning
morning morig This T move apparently took tk them themby t themby
b by surprise srri They Tey waited wait near ner tn tM piers piersand piersand
and ad presently preenty trouble truble began beganA began beganA p
A truck trck came cae from Pier Per 63 6 laden lde with withmiscellaneous wt withmiscellaneous
miscellaneous mllneus freight Crght including icludg a pio pioTe pianoThe piano pianoThe
The Te strikers strer stopped 8tppe the te truck tck and ad put putthe putthe putthe
the piano pio into ito the street stet A A detachment detcht of ofpolice o ofpolice
police polc came cme along and Bet st the piano pino back backThe b backTheatrikersdlsappeared
The Te Theatrikersdlsappeared strikers strker disappeared dppered Noarreata NoarreataCapt No NoarrestaCapt art
Capt Cpt Shaw Shw of the te Madison Mion street strt station stationheadquarters etoz etai1oiwhose
whol whose me muon were gard guardlxip te the pler piers tld tlds told toldheadquarters
headquarters h then that he d l like more aim aimand nsenand
and in a short time 100 loOreserves reserves were on hand handThey handThey
They drove the strikers from the vicinity vicinityof
of the piers and the corner saloons and andfor adfor
for the rest of the day not a striker could couldbe couldbeseen
be beseen beseenAgent seen seenAgent
Agent Connolly began to hire men aa soon soonas seenas
as the strikers were paid off Late yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day afternoon ho said that he bad i ISO ISOlaborers 150laborers
laborers at work and that eleven of the de delivery dolivery ¬
livery clerks had returned There wtere wtereso wnso
so many cops around that the strikers strikerscould etr4bescould
could not get within several blocks ofthe ofthepiers iff iffpiers
piers Mr Connolly said ho would take takenone e enone
none of them back backThey i
They can go to other places for work workand e eand
and make trouble said he They wont wontget I
get any chance of making any more here hereThe hereThe
The strikers held a meeting in the after afternoon aft ¬ 1l 1lnoon
noon at Pacific Hall in East EastBroadwayand Broadway and andtalked s t ttalked
talked of extending the strike to other otherpiers i ipiers
piers but no action was taken Some of ofthe ofthe
the men admitted that the strike was wass wassmistake ft ftmistake
mistake mistakeNEW mistakeNEW
NEW HAVEN Conn Feb 4 4It It was wasSven I Igiven
given out officially tonight that the New Newaven NwHaven
Sven Haven aven road will not take back a single singleone singleone
one of its 600 striking freight handlers handlersThey l
They were discharged by an order from fromthis fromthis
this city The roads officials here said to tonight tonight ¬
night that the company lisa nearly a full fullforce fullforce
force of new men at the piers and ei eithat expects 4
that by tomorrow the situation will willgood be as asgood
good aa ever everCAPSULES j jIDYUBLESan
IDYUBLESan IDYUBLESanHORSANDCARRIAGE
of the theBLADDER
BLADDER BLADDERCures
Cures all allDischarges
CAPSULES Discharges Ii Ii48Houn
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Eica etpiau etpiaubwn
bwn th i iHORSES
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Auction Sale SaleOr Salesor
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ARE HELD REGULARLY EVERY f fTUESDAY a aTVESDAY
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FRIDAYCommcaclnc I ICommencing
Commencing at 10 oclock oclockAT OclockAT
AT THEIR HORSE AUCTION UABT
130 and 132 East lltli St StBitwtea Sttweeu
Bitwtea tweeu Third and Fourth Ayes New Yark YarkCatalogues YdrICatalogues
Catalogues ready morning ot each tale gal Mrtk Mrtkehaaers P11chasers
chasers will always tintS a large r and InterwUaf
list to select from IroraTh I IThu
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ayttmn aavr ttm up to 1 ° S P M theday he d r before tht Us tat tatDIG isli u uDIG
DIG SLAUGHTER SALE HOUSE BLANKET 4 I
FUR AND PLUSH ROUES ROUESLined IOOIIESlAned
Lined Stable Blankets f 101 Truck Blankets ILlS ILlSExtra
Extra heavy Truck Blankets 1200 KJJ KM KMFancy 300Fancy
Fancy Plaid Dlankeu MBO Hush Robes MJO MJOFur 3 ii
Fur Robci 8800 Oil Storm Covers J700 J700PETERS lsi 1
PETERS HARNESS AM SADDLERY CO COM COM
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faIr oiler COAChMAN private atabie 65 Lsdi Lsdison
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Tendons and Lameness Seed eed or strand bottle Im Improbable inprobable ¬
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