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Theyll edH Known YIolu1eln YIolu1elnEwenc Her art 1ft Year m kn knEecenfrlc
1 Eecenfrlc Ewenc i lle Der Jewelry J Jei Act Nt Taken TakenThe Ten Teni j I II
The body dY ofsiis OfM 81 Henrietta eneto Schwartz Schwartza Shw z zt
t a ThepO mow m y lender lelde and fn6ney I y changerimd changerimda ch ger In d
I 1 dealerTn old coins stamps and diamonds diamondswaa
t a deatCr Ino1i cI staPanddl ns nswu
> waa lourid fU l yesterday Yftetuy rn6rnng m mlng burned burnedbeyond bue buebeYOniOgnltOn
beyond recognition in l ber r room romat at 8 East EastForty3econd Eat EatJ
J Forty3econd Forty nd street streetTheSblrcunistanow strt
1 TheSblrcunistanow The Irunltano attending nt ndng her death deathare denthiJ
iJ i are siBh B h that the polled plo have hve begun bsun on oninvestigation
beYOniOgnltOn had known Miss MissSchwnrtlfor
investigation Invti ton They hey ha MI8 MI8schw
Schwnrtlfor schw dor Jitfeen years yer aa a a most mOt eccen eccentrio en entro
trio roan with much buainess bulne ability abilityand abity abityr
r and tro ad ofcotnilderable ofllderble wealth1 wealth1fterrowna weth wethr
r fterrowna rwhlh which were wer on the second secondfloorintho send I
I floorintho hqrr rear of f the building bU Idlng and ad which whichlKfT hich I IBhq
lKfT J
fOrP i t tdiacovered
of also
Bhq tu place bulMH wer
If diacovered to be all 11 ablaze ablae at 6 o clock c ock thia thiamorning thi I
1 morning The he charred lhar body boy of athe the woman womanlay
f1 lay la on ntho tho floor foor and near nea it were wer found foundtwo fod fodtwo
two valuable valuble gold bracelets brlets set st with withdiamond withdao
dao diamond iwhlle i hl old otslver silver and ad gold coins coinswere cl clwer
were wer FdlttAred ftre ovitr the floor for Tho door doorof dor dorof
of tho sofeln e the office o waa open openWUat on
WUat chiefly led tho 0 police to suspect suspectthat su
f Wwt 111t plc pt ptr
l that crime bad boon committed was the thestcy
r tht crme h bn ommit ate atest
I stcy st p51d by Peter Pter Duffy Duy a 1 watchman wathn in inroorn Ini
the thei
i drUy
S rtuat uer
i roorn ccupiod by Miss 11 Schwartz Sbwar Ho Horepotte Horp
I f roie repotte rp that t t jio 10 had heard her cries M for fo help helpcoming
oclock in inthe InI
coming COD g fromrabove from bOO at about abut 1 OCIOI
1 the te morning Puffy Duy did not he said sd pay payany py pyIf
mOqg totht > cries because ho knew knewthat
I any ay attention atttn tth b kew kewf
f that tt Miss IS Schwartz Shwarz waa WI eccentric entro and a that thatshe tt
i If r living near her herby heri
she had hadof often n fpoleoj I ol people pplo Uyng nea
i I le by raising riin a false la alarm alarn of fire fr or by calling callingfor calnK calnKfor
for the police at the top tp of her voloft vol The Thecry Te
1 cry cryD te Duffy plc Y said aid was wa raised rnJ twice twic but bu there therewaa therei
waa W wer
noie noiei
I waaThe The T police aa soon Bon aa a they theyler heard Duffys Duffysf DuB
i a
i pU wr buy f But late lte last lastable 1t 1t1tth
11 st rgo h nt bI able to get getay getayt any anyencethal
t f I evd6notlt 1tth encethal tho t woman om bad h been bD mur murdered mU ¬
dered der tii j jEverything or that robbery robbr had h been bn com comtii om omll
ll I mlt Everything Ev rthlng that thoy tMylee learned on tho con contrary cn cni ¬
i trary pointed to the conclusion conlusion that tht Miss MissSohwartihadbeen Ms MsShw
Sohwartihadbeen im drinking and accldent accldentalljMUJttfreto
dinkng aient aientI
Shw rtzhdb a
I alljMUJttfreto lt lto herself herlf Her He body by waa w found foundi foud foudj
j i u vir a apotin lnthe the parlor where whre a lounge had hadhtefedf b
1 htefedf It 1od lia arid as lthere there prlor waa wa an opened opn box bx of ofcigarettes offl
cigarettes clgltta < in tho room rom it was wa suggested suggestedthat eugjt
fl I I that trjt felio 11 it set fire fe t to her clothes clote after nter she had hadlain hd hdil
il lain down oh the lounge to smoke It I la laknown I
r known knpuaorlngto according to tho th police plo that she sheTJiat shoj
j TJiat Hto had ha not retired rtrd when the t fire fireHtsttea tre treI
I I Itli Htsttea was r b shown hoy by the te fact fat that tht she bad badlieKfehbes hd hdI
I lieKfehbes lelTlloe on Although Athough tho police plc are arewohcommitted arep
p tlf thot cime cimeil
il j wohcommitted W1 t11 ntto nemlr there ther aro am one or two pointa pointain pit
in tWfcase that puzzle them themTheVknow
t1 tleD
f f I TheVknow tkJOW that Mlsa M Schwartz Shwarz had ha com companpin cm cmI
I panpin her rooms on Tuesday Tueay night niht that thatthoTOva thatI
I thoTOva pnYlher th lc a man and ad at least 1t one on other otherworr ote
I I worr h with her and ad that tat according rlng to tothoA toI
thoA Iho vomh fiftifpiv there was 1 drinking drking and andcaroOAing ad adIIi
IIi I caroOAing oiqi Jnl But flf they can cn get no trace trac of ofwhoAh ofi
i i whoAh wht vUitors lltl were wtr nor can c they thy learn learnat le
t at what time they thyleft left The janitor Jaitr saya sayathat1 l1
that1 t hq heard hcrd loud 10ld talking tlking In Miss MissSclhfcartas MI
1 t t Sclhfcartas S rtzs rooms room abut about 0 oclock but that thatwhcfilie tht thtI
whcfilie re cdme in to 0 go to bed b at 1030 oclock oclockthereas oClockl
l thereas the lwa cme no noise noli although alhogh a light lght waa waabuVmng wa
buVmng b g brightly brighty in the womans woms rooms roomsW5Ja rm
W 1 W5Ja houghl that Miss MI8 Schwartz Swa went wentoutwitnrjor
1 I outwitnrjor oufwlf J4ought r guests guet for two artiate arl Clarence ClarenceHlnkle Clrec
f Hlnkle Hnkle and a a Paul Pau Raymond who live lve on the thewho theI
Mi s
Schwarzs rl ad adI
I I who heatdnothiug loorpQove ho came Cmeln in at unusUnl 1130 1 = oclock oclok from the say sy rooms roomsTJiO rom that tat they theyheatdnothiug tey teyhernothlunuUal
I hernothlunuUal TJiO III ire re was 1 discovered discovere by Charles CharlesBpretu3 Cal0
t I at o
Folvlea janiot 1tF rYend rYendi
i Htr tho of < a
t l1ear ia
41 I Hp Bpretu3 the alarm nlln The firemen freme found t ud the thebodybut te teii
bodybut hot until the blaze bl e was W8 out out It Itwas I II
ii Ij was hlut burned almost 111Ot unti to t a crisp esp and a parts ra of oftiipiljmbs 01l
l I tiipiljmbs wR thoiUmt lrne were entirely enlry consumed cnUo The Thediamond Te Tedltmotd
diamond braceJejs brceN8 that were found fud oh o tho thofloor te
f fat
I dltmotd floor foo MISS lIS Schwartz S hw r it M ll thought tought was waswearing WI WII
1 when slid killed They
I wearing welng was WI Ue 1 y were werecot wereI
of ldg ld Ono of tem wa
I helvy8d
I cot et witrtffourteen witrtffourteenbe ittouen damod and 1 sd to tor
be woVtliilpoo woVtliilpooThe w b bi
r i i The Thm coins inthatwtre that were scattered latterd ove over the thefloor th
I floor for had l evidently eVd nty fallen fllen from frm the shelves shelvesand shelve shelvet
and along tho wall as 1 these th were werelooseaecPbjrHhe wr
looseaecPbjrHhe he flames tme Battalion Btton Chief ChiefGrayl Che
t Grytatto Grayl loeQI whdvgot 1y tothebuilding the Uldi soon son after afterthefircmaabegan aftr aftrI
I tho thefircmaabegan work workl workeeing r IU eeing that tht the thesafe te teMfe
< l
safe dporwOiopen rbegan closed l and locked lok It ItHe Itt
t He dpwIOp pad a ac chance 8nC to oca t u 1 little ItUe of what whatwas wht whtI
I was Wi ihthU In Ihi c eafo sfe and from him hm the th police policehave plc plcI
I have trncd ail al they tey know about abut its lI con contentator conf
f tentator 1re up to a 1 late lte hour hoU last lt night Ight they theyhod the theh
hod h not been b6J ablo a lo to get any anyof of the th dead deadwomans de
womans womns relatives relatv1 1n in order to open the thesafe theMfA
safe CrdefGrAy aid orer that tht one opn of the theinneritdrawerd th
inneritdrawerd Iner draw Cer Qri1ld of the t safe Be was Wa open and andthat ad adtht
n opn
that tht Itdid Itdld not look IOk of as 8 if i it had ba been bn rifled rifledAa rfe
Aa anjaMcr al t r ojrfact 0 fat there were he said saida sd sdn
a goodmany coins lying about abut loose l0e in inthe InI
the gJ atfeand besides some sqm yng bags bgs which ap appeaiadioTiontain appef
I peaiadioTiontain pef A ntlb ql rhonfy rhonfyMiss mont
Miss AU Schwartzit Sbwa2ltWM was said always alwaY wore woretwo woret
t two > erthree JU valuable diamond diamon ringa ring but butthejucp bt bti
i thejucp th J could CUd j find fnd no trace trc of them themThose themwho
Those who knew Misa Mis Schwartz Schwa sold soldthatjltf sd sdt
t thatjltf spilje s tDfher of hcr eccentricities entcl1 she was Wi a ashrewd aI
I shrewd shrw business f 8In woman womad and was wa reputed reputedto rput
to be b worth from 120000 1200 to 125000 10 Hhe HhehadjatipJlCse he heha
hadjatipJlCse of business bulne for a ao good many manyyears m
ha years year at a t 23 West Twentythird Tntythn street strt and andmoved ai
moved mova wornthere rlr tlre to a place pl on Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet Forynd Foryndstt
street stt near ner Eighth avenue She Se took tk the thei ther
hsbe her two
lot lfe
r ago J JSq l yar
i has two brothers lrther David and ad Morris MorriswhbViliTeat Mor
whbViliTeat Sq b 10 107 Sixth avenue Brooklyn Brooklynand Brokl1
and who run r a trunk tr business buslef at 17 1 Bible BibleHouso BibleHo
a Houso Ho in ltb thia city The Te womans wom8 mother motheris motberI
is I afldi > alive The Te brothers brtr took tok charge chrge of ofthelMOiaina oft
thelMOiaina t ln8 after ater the te Coroner Croner mado Je and andexamination ad adexton
exton examination without wlbout finding fdig marks mrke of ofnot ofvlo1Q
T brthr sid tht thy h
not notb beeij on good g o terms tr with wit their teir sister sisterfor ltr ltrfor
for along 0 g timo tie and hod h not seen sn her In I a year yearAlthough yer yerl
l J Although Mi Misa Schwartz Shwarz exchanged exchangedrorBttnpaper
fo rorBttnpaper 1 money and bought bught exchng and sold soldfioMidfftKellvcr sld
I fioMidfftKellvcr Ior pr IIVm her particular rUcr hobby it itwajfibaWfiKWr Itw
wajfibaWfiKWr w rMton tojoan money on diamonds diamondsbaj damod
Sb 0 Utte leather leatherb
sveItOt baj b wlffcji IcJ Jarwih contained C9t dollr diamonds daod worth worthAnother woh wohsveItOt
Another story stot told tltof ofher he ia I that tht when whenever whn whnever ¬
ever she went wEntot out on the street trt a 0 green greenparrot
parrot with a I sharp shar beak bak and a broad broadtail brod brodtl gen genprt
tail tl prt perched rhed on her he shoulder shouder and talked tlke as asMiM
up Frh avenu
MSrpatz wa prmenae bue In Its MiM MiMSchwartz Ml
Th Schwartz Shwaz also al it is I said eld had hd a cale desire delr to tocoDgoJtjwoGka t
coDgoJtjwoGka of art especially paintings paintingsand Plntg
1 ad and clltJOr wouWlend money In ey epcialy on them almost alot M Mam A
WJe would diamonds diamondsHerlpoma
r l am sl woud on diaod
Herlpoma Her Q rflaorcohtalned dcontaned a case Ce full fd 1 of ofremedTca ofree
remedTca ree of m Misa M Schwartzs Shwarzs own ow making mailg mailgI
I There waa wl a cure cre for rheumatism rheumatim and andmany a
many my bottles botls of hair hll restorer restorerla reo reoI
la IAditon addition to all al the other Irons Iron which whichMissSchwartz whch whcht
I t MissSchwartz lle Shwarz hod ha In the fire fre she would wouldIf
i If anyibody I bdae oskod her tell tel fortune rorune wou In Infacji Inla
facji la one of the thl things thing left In Ihe he room roomwa rom romt
t wa W thjs tbiSProPheyadC i prophecy addressed to t Miss Missu MIl
S ati
1 U u will wn receive many a nr favors 10 vor during durina tho thot
1 t Nbgreat rneat calamity clmlty will wU befall beal you be behiifc betw
tw n Iarb lOand Februar 100 hiifc hiifcaftfjr but butar
aftfjr ar the thJt latter dntothe datet stars str8 threaten threatenNumerous thr atn atnN
r Numerous N ez 1 horseshoes hOrhO with wth bent bnt nails nailsin nais naismlmlugabout
in mlmlugabout tbpmhung about th6 th walls wll of the parlor parlorIt
plor plorXt
It Xt was wa ohioflywUh chefy wth her neighbors nelghbol it la laBOM IsS
BOM that Miss MIISlrz Schwartz had hd trouble She Shedidht Shedl
didht dl S t liko lke Mr Schmitt Shmtt and lua hi restaurant restaurantdoyn restuant restuantd
d doyn n below blow her Schmitt Shtt says s1 that tht Miss Misstz Ms
tz tzcame came down into hia ls restaurant restaurantyelled rstut rstuta
a yelled eled flrn fr two or three timea Ures a few fewwcftcs fewBQIJtt
wcftcs ttgountll BQIJtt he h hod I to havo ho her brought broughtup broughtup1
up up1 ln courty
Aiwell iv11 cun dressed diB8 woman womn who was wa visibly visiblycliatrrsfiod vllbll
dl cliatrrsfiod rf at tho news noW of Misa Schwartzs Schwartzsdeath Shwarz s I Id
death d hi came to t the th rooms rom8 late lt yesterday yesterdaynfwrooon yeteay yeteaynfrn
nfwrooon Sho So Mid Ud that tht she had h known knownMsi kno
Msi nfrn l Schwartz Shwrz alhco sinc she waa W a littio ltto girl girlnn
nn that Mifl M Schwartz Swrz camo cm from frm a good goodfamily gC ar
ant family and waa well educated educatedShe
w wl tuct
farUy She sold sd thatMisa tht M Schwarta Shwartz wa w about aboutOyearaTold a t tyer
OyearaTold yer old The Te woman wor refused rfus to t give giveher
lve lveher
her her name and hurried hurie away awy aa a soon sonu sonuhBer as ashjioarn
hjioarn hBer s d where wherethboy tha body had ba been b taken takenJJ tkn
JJ CTiecK 1e R to Reformer Rforme CSuecr CSuecrFJa Cer CerI
I FJa tte Doheny Doh ny who ho won n publicity publct by byrrapuing by byJlng
rrapuing Jlng F agrl a glrl whose wbOe mother was wa about aboutto
to sell elledn her in a saloon salon plaaded l e guilty gJUY7et yeltat yeltatflay
r flay r In General Generl b Sessions S l n to steallnK tealn awatch awatchont awat
ltUaUtt bolo
J l7A ITt e Sh n
ont onencd nccd tormorrow tSmor 1
I DIM p la I the AlNUKouM A110U II Der relMoBr olper olperU pher pherWill
Will U tyury JJU Him HimJohn Jlm JlmI
I John Joh Fitunoycr Jtloyr 70 0 yeara ya old described describeda dsrbd dsrbduo
a uo once poet pt author authr and ad lecturer lecurr known knownIn
In all the provinces of Germanyi Grmany and of oflate ofli
late li years yOI a pvDs pencil JollpcUer podler on lower Broad Broadwsy Brad Bradiya1
wsy iya1 and Nassau N u street Brt died ded In l the alma almahoueoyesterday
I houeoyesterday OUyeerdy morning Herman Hor Wlch Wlchrnann WlchmaotW
rnann maotW of W Roosevelt RtTltltrt street says y that tht Fitz Fitzrnpyer Fltzfyr
rnpyer was 1 born brn blind blnd In one of the llttla llttlavillages ltte lttevga
fyr vga villages along the the Rhine and his h parents parentswere prnts prntsfr
were too to poor to provide pvidhlwlh him with an educa education educ ¬
tion ton fr The To 101 blind blnd boy b y had ha a good gO head eo and andbefore
before bfor he wa was 12 years year old liadr1 11A with withtie with1e
tie 1e assistance n18to of a teacher In a rural rJl gym gymnasium gy ¬
nasium memorized memorlH all the th booms known to tothe tothe
niu Vr
the German Ger peasantry peasantryJacob puntry puntryJab
Jacob Jab Bchutzholmor Bhutzhotr a 0 California Caliorn gold goldminer goldminer
miner who wbowlonoislt was on a visit to his hi native ntve town townhad townhd
had hd him sent snt to a school shol for forthebln the blina at atVersailles atVerlee
Versailles Verlee The To boy by was graduated gruated with withhonors withhnor
honors hnor and he went wnt on a lecturing lecuing tour tur of ofFrance ofFanc
France Fanc Germany Genay and Austria AUrl He H wrote wrotea wr
a number numbr of noveK Wichmann ears earsSchutzheimer
Schutzheimer Bhutzhelmer died in 1882 18 sy and left a asmall aIIU
IIU small legacy to t Fitzmeyer which whch tempted temptedhim
him bl to lePl try his fortunes lorunes in America Americ Ho Hocame Herame
came to this th country cutry and lectured leeurd before beforeGerman bfor
German Gna societies ltls In the principal Jrlnclpl Eastern Easterncities Etell
cities clleB without wthout success SUc8 Finally Fnly he ex exhausted oxhauted ¬
hausted hauted hia h resources rsous and finding Indinghlml himself himselftoo
too to old to undertake udrae lecturing lecuing and literary literarywork lterry lterrywork
work went out on the st ItrtsEelnR reels celling pencils pencilsHe pnci
He became bcm po f feeble feble last lat November Novemor that thathe thathe
he had h to apply to the Department Dprment of Chari Charities Cri Crities ¬
ties for aid and was wa sent snt to the almshoueo almshoueoWichmann almhoue almhoueWlcbn
Wichmann Wlcbn said 81d list night nght that tht he would wouldBOO woulde
e BOO that tht Fitzmeyers Ftzmeyrs body bdy goi go a decent decentburial decnt decntbural
burial bural He le believes blere that FItzmeyer Fltzmeyr had hd a arich a
rich rch brother brther in I the West WestW Wes WesW
Will DI Bmo Beitowi About Abut S3OOOOOO noo on Ilelri IlelrikOOOOOO Itln ItlnOO
kOOOOOO OO Glveh to Them Tem Previously PreviouslyBRIDGEPORT Peloull PeloullBaDKPBT
BaDKPBT BRIDGEPORT Conn Cn Feb 17 1 According Accordingto ccrdlng ccrdlngt
to t the te provisions provlon of hia hi will wi which was wasadmitted wasadte
admitted adte to probate probt today tay by mutual mutualconsent mutul mutulcnnt
consent cnnt of the th heirs hei William Wiiam D Bishop Bishopexpresident Bihop Bihopexprldent
expresident exprldent of the th New Haven Hven Railroad Railroadleft Riroad Riroadlft
left lft an estate estat valued value at 3000000 300 It I is isaid 18ld
I Iamng
aid ld that tht Mr M Bishop Bihop divided divide about abut 1500 5000000 5000000among
among amng hia h children chldn prior pror to hi hia dfath dfathBy dtathBy
such the heirs would avoid a the thenecessity
By a ooureo ue th heir woud te teU7
necessity U7 of paying an inheritance Inetanc tax taxUnder taxUd
Under Ud the t pyn will wi Dr D Russell Rusel T Bishop Bi hop a ason
son receives rives a bequest bquet of 240000 2400 to bo boheld b
held hel In trust trt by the executors eecut rs and six sixpieces sixpies
pieces pies of city property propry valued vaile at about abut
175 75000 0 Kirs Mr Julia Jula Bishop Bihop widow gets the thei theBisnop
Bisnop reidenc In Washington i avenue avenuecries lcnue lcnueand
and of and cries as a apart I
It cntnt
al aCc8orl
part of her or dower doer The T residue ridue of the theestate theestte
estate estte which Mr Bishop estimated Ctmto in his hiswill hiswi
among will wi at 1200000 12 Is 1 to be I divided divide equally equallypresident equaly equalyamong
un teny Bihop forerly forerlyprldent
president prldent of the te Western Weltem Maryland Marland Kail Kailroad Uai
road roadLWllam William D Bishop Jr secretary of ofthe ofthe
the Now ew Haven Haven Railroad Riroad Nathaniel E EBishop EBishop
Bishop vicepresident vlcprldent of the B D Pierce PierceJr Plero
Jr Company Cmpny of this th city and Miss MIRI Mary MaryBishop IaryBl8nopal
Bishop Bl8nopal all children chdn There Ter nre nr reasons rons for forbelieving forblevng
blevng believing that each eh of the children chidrn received receivedas relvedaaglpror
as aaglpror a gift prior to Mr M Bishops death 1100 1000000 1000000each
each Thero Ther were no nOJlblc public bequests bquCU The Thenxeoutors ThefXCUtr
fXCUtr nxeoutors of the will wi are the three thr sons sonsHenry fOM fOMHen
Henry Hen A W D Jr and W W Bishop BishopThe BIhope
The e bulk huk of the estate estte before Its Is original originaldistribution orginal orginaldistrbuton
distribution distrbuton consisted cnist of stocks stocksCHILD stok stokCHILD
ElghtYearOld Esbt1erld Girl Gil Dead DeadBrote Brother and andTwo andTwo
Two Sisters SIIteM SIIteMElghtrrold Dl DlEightyearold
Eightyearold Elghtrrold Evelyn Evely Burke Buke died die yes yesterday ye ¬
terday teray at her home 108 10 East 108th l0th street streetIt stret stretIt
It is I probable prbble that tt she was wa poisoned pione by bysome bylome
some pineapple pieple cakes ck she had hd eaten eatenThree eten etenT
Three T other oter children chldrn in the familyare famiy are also alsoill alsoI
I ill but their ther condition odlton is i not serious sriou Eve Evelyn Evely ¬
ly lyn brought ruht home a good go ticket tcket from school schoolhut shool shoolItFrlday
hut ItFrlday Friday and her mother moter gave her 10 10cents 10ont
cents ont with which whch she bought bught the cakes cakesShe ck8 ck8She
She ate at two and then gave some df r them themto thm thmto
to her brother brter and two to sisters Biter A few fewhours fewhou
hou hours after aftE they were wer all al taken tken sick sickEvelyns elckEvelye
Evelyns Evelye case c was wn the te moat mot serious orloU but butthe butthe
the physician phYicia thought they tey had her out of ofdanger oftder
der danger She became bme suddenly Budnly worse wore yea yeaLOVOET ye
tny did didLVBET
Fnc Prance Wants Italys Ity Friendship Fl ndllp In Any AnyNew Ay AyNew
New Gronplnc GrUlnc of Pow powe poweS ew ewSpecial
Special S Cabtt Ca I DtntiKlt Vllacl to c THB nI sex sexROME
ROME BMB Feb 17 1It It is Iaue assured that t tPre Frca Frcadent
det dent Loubet Lubet will wi visit vlt Rome M Barrere Barrerethe B
the te French Fc Ambassador Anbaor here her strongly stronglyrecommends Btongly Btonglyremens
recommends such a vUit vUitHo vi It ItHo
remens BUc a
Ho la anxious axou to t foster lOitr FrancoItalian FrancoItaliancordiality FracIal
cordiality fearing that the RuseoGerman RuseoGermanentente
crilt leag tat te
entente enttwl will weaken ween the te FrancoRussian FrancoRussianAlliance FrancRUi
Alliance alUc and a isolate Is1t Franco FrancoCANT Fance FanceCANT
British Brth Home 10m Secretary Seeear Declines Declnes Reqriesl Reqrieslfor R UL ULfor
for Parliamentary hrUamtntar Action ActionSpecial Acion AcionCa
Special Ca Cool Ca Dispatch DuPztc to 0 TVB nI SUN SUNLoMDOK St
LoMDOK LDN Fob Jeb 17 17rr Mr AbcrsDpuglaa AbcrsDpuglaathe Aker DQugl
the Home Bme Secretary Seta expressed expred in the theHouse theHOI
House HOI of Commons Qmon today the fear that thatIt tha
It would be impossible Impslble for the Government Governmentto Goverment Govermentto
to Introduce Introuc legislation legslton prohibiting prohibitng gam gambling ga ¬
blg bling in futures futus in cotton The best bet remedy remedyapparently remey
apparently apPnty he said sd waa wn to increase Incel the theaourcca theIrc
aourcca Irc of supply within the empire empirePANAMA empirePANAMA
CJUtatona Constitutional Convention Cavnton Approves the theRestriction thealtrloton
Restriction RestrictionSpecial altrloton altrlotonSpta
Special Spta CatltDerpaecti CaDDtfcl to Tn Sew SewPANAMA SUWPN
PANAMA PN Feb 17 17To The constitutional constitutionalconvention
contutonal contutonalonvenUon
onvenUon convention pae pawed this tis afternoon aftrnoon on its itssecond Itssenrelg
senrelg second reading a resolution rclton prohibiting prohibitig the thefurther te tefuter
further futer entry tr of Chinese Chlee into ito the te republic republicto republc republct
to t become becm effective detlve hi I January Jauy 1005 Tho ThoChinese o oClee
Clee Chinese residing reldl in i the te cities citie of Panama Panamaand Paama Paamaand
and Colon Cln ore ae to t be isolated isolatedRUSSIA Islt IsltRV8Sl
Black mac Sea sa Fleet Fet Preparations Peptons Not for Work WorkIn WorkI
In I Far East EastSptctal FltSCa
Sptctal SCa Cubit Depitch Dtp UIo to tax Tu SWM SWMST 8mST
ST PETBMBCBO PBUBto Feb 17 17I It is I officially officiallydenied ofclly ofcllydenie
denied denie that tht Russia RU1 hau h asked a8ko permission permissionfor pcnl810n pcnl810nfor
for her Black 1c Sea Se fleet fee to pass pM through throughtho throughte
te tho Dardanelles Drnele The he fleet fe is I being pro propared prop
pared p for eventualities fventultC which the Turkish Turkishattitude Turkis
atttude attitude in I the Balkans Blkn may my develop developCuban developCbn
Cuban Cbn Concession Concslon to Importers ImportersSpecial Impren ImprenSplal
Special Splal Cable Clb Detgalcli DtIIIIu la Tuc TUI Sit SitHAVANA t tHAVN
HAVANA HAVN Feb 17 1The Tho Government Govrnenth has hasacceded
acceded ae to the th requests ruet of the American Americanand Aericn Aericna
and other merchants regarding the
a ot merht regaig te new newtariffs newt1
tariffs t1 and has h decided dede that tht they thy do not notapply notapply
apply to t goods g9 which whch were eo in InC Cuban ban ports portsbefore port
before bfo Feb Fb S if I requests ruet for clearance clearancethrough cleaanc
through thouh the custom cWtom house hoU were made me prior priorto priort
to t that tht date dateGermany dat datGemny
Gemny Germany ts t > Convert Covrt Treasury Teal Bond BotidsSpecial Bondp
Special p ca Cotili cabI oeifotcltlo DmIUCIO THB nl SCJT SCJTBEBLIN SW
BEBLIN BRLIN Feb 17 11Tho The Voasische VOB che Zeitung Zeitungsaya Zjtun
e saya 4 that tht the tl imperial Imperil treasury tresur intends to toconvert to tocnver
convert cnver forty fory of tKe eighty eigty million nilof marks mrksof of
4 per cent cnt treasury treur bonds bnd sold to American Americanbankers Ameren Amerenbnker
bnker bankers tn 1000 10 and nd duo duc for or repayment repaymentin repayent repayentI
in I 1901 1U4 Into 3 3Kpr per cent cnt bonds bondsNew bondsNew
New Opera Op Mrae Butterfly Butterfy a Failure FailureSpnlticatlt Fiue FiueSpoa
Spnlticatlt Spoa C b Dttjiatcltu InfatC THB sex sexMILAN SV
MILAN MIL Feb 17 1lm Glooomo Puccinis Pclls opera operaMadame oper
Madame lIme Butterfly Butei which I IJote founded upon upontho upontho
tho play ply of o that tht name ne was W produced pruc at the thoflcate theSIThMtr
flcate SIThMtr Theatre tonight to and c proved Pt a failure failureDose faiur faiurDe
Dose De BM Pnewnonl PnewnonlLONDON b n
8dCabJ dm T B
LONDON LN1 Feb 17 1 Eleanera nr Duae Due the thetree th that
at tree la I seriously lerowl1 ill i 6f f pneumonia p o a at t tGnoa
Want Several sevr Street ltreet DoadeJedltisbt DoadeJedltisbtUmtt Broadened Ileliht IlelihtLimit
Limit for BuUdlnn Dldp Alio AIO Proposed ProposedIlecclver Popled PopledIecter
Ilecclver Iecter Asked Ased for Another Insur Insurance ¬
ance Company COlpnDramltns Dynamiting Dangerous DangerousBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE LTJfORE Feb 17 17The The general geer emer emergency emerccy ¬
gency ccy committee clltc hold its 11 most important importantmeeting Iportat Iportatrnetng
meeting rnetng today tod y and decided deide upon upn which whichstreets whichstrtK
strtK streets theywould recommend rcommcmd to the City CityCouncil CityCounci
Council to bo widened in rebuilding after aftertho
Counci b widene rbuiding nter ntertht
tho tht fire fro The Mayor tor la in thorough thorugh accord accordwith accr
with wih tho te findings fndings of thin thi committee commite and andtbero andther
tbero ther is hardly hal any tnydoubt doubt that tht the therecommendations to torommendatons
recommendations rommendatons will wi go through thrugh Tho Thocost To Tooetwi
cost < oetwi will riao r into the millions D1qn as a many of oftho oftho
tho largest 1rgelt structural structur in thecity must be bepurchased
pubae purchased and ad Market Space Spe running runningwouth rnnig rnniglouththr
wouth louththr three blocks blok will wi be b acquired acquir for a apublic apublo
public publo park parkihe pk pkUe
ihe streets stret to bo widened widene according accr lng to totho t
tho to reporttore report le Pratt lratt street strot from tho te bridge bridgeto
to Charles Chales German Germ street Itet from Light to toHopkins t
Hopkins lopkl place Jlc St Paul p uJ stioet stlot from Lex Lexington Lx LxIngtn ¬
ington Ingtn to Baltimore Bltmore Light street 8tret from fromBaltimoie fromDtimolJ
Baltimoie DtimolJ to fiatt latt extension etetion of Hanover Hanoverstreet Haover Haoverstreet
street from Baltimore Bltmoro to Fayctto street streetextension stretj stretje1tension
extension of Hopkins lopkln place plo in a straight straightline straightlne
line lne 1iom German Germn street stret to t and across acrossBaltimore acose acoselltmoro
Baltimore lltmoro ana aa Liberty streets stlet so 8 as a to tcn tcnIet con connect ¬
with Park
Iet nect wit ak avenue avenueAmonglho tenue tenueAonglhe
Amonglho Aonglhe big structures 8trcur8 to go are ar the theBaltimore theBalmnor
Baltimore and Ohio Central Centrl Building Buidng
11 herald ald building buildig Lw Law Building Buildng Dail DailRecor Daily
Itecard Recor building and others other of a like likecapacity le lecpcity
capacity Tho building bulding committee cmmlte also alsomet ao aomet
cpcity met today tody and ad maoo mat a number nubr of ofdrastic ofdntiorcomendtol
drastic dntiorcomendtol recommendations Including tho thorestrictions tbenatrlcloL
restrictions natrlcloL of nonfireproof nonfrprf structures strlcture to to751eot
751eot 75 fet and others other to IBS 18 Sidewalk lidewal obstruc obstructions obtro obtrotons ¬
tions tons are ar to bo hdono done away with and no nopoles nople8
poles ple8 ure ur to be b erected erectedArthur ercted erctedArthu
Arthur Arthu O Brickman Brlckn filed fed a bill bi in the thoCircuit theClrcut
Circuit Clrcut Court CoUt this thi morning morg asking nklg for tho thoappointment to toappintmet
appointment appintmet of O a I receiver rclver for the Old OldI
I own Fire lrluranc Insurance Company Cmpy Ho says saysthat sys systhat
that it is I insolvent Inolvent by reason rtsnofthe of the firo firoIta f
Its assets Ictb he said ld amount amout to 111407013j 111407013jand 12407073 12407073assets
assets assetsIn 8et and Its 11 iit ae 1305 In ec or or8et
In tho Circuit Clrut Court Cu this thi morning morig Judge JudgeDennia JudgeDnnsappinwd
Dennia Dnnsappinwd appointed G Hariau Hrl Williams Wiims re receiver r ¬
ceiver ceivr fortho Home Fire Fir Insurance Iuno Com Company Compny ¬
pany of Baltimore Blmor The bl bill asking lkng for fora
a pny receiver rciver was filed f d yesterday yetery and ad tho thoanswer thoaner
answer aner of the company consenting eDlntg to t tho thoappointment th
appointment was filed this morning
applntmjnt f tls morln morlnIn
In appointing appintng tho receiver rciver Judge Dennis Dennisannounced Dnis Dnisannounc
announced announc that in ull al similar tlmllr cases CC he would wouldappoint wouldappint
appoint appint no one but tho president prsldtnt of the theinsurance tbeiuane
iuane insurance company and that tt applications applicationsfor appUcton
sidered sideredReceiver sider for a coreceivership corrivelhlp cmpny would woud not be b con considered cn cnsider ¬
Receiver Rciver Richard Rchard B Post Pot of the Peabody Pbdy
Fire Fi Insurance 1nurano Company Compny o C Baltimore Baltimoreannounced Bltmor
announced annouced ofllcially ofcaly this ti morning moring that thatthe thatthe
the company will wi pay policyholdere plcyholder in intho Intho
tho burned bumedistrlct cmpny district 40 py centa cnt on tho th dollar dollarCity dollr
City Engineer Enginer Doyle Dyle In charge of the thedyjiamiting thedyamitng
dyjiamiting dyamitng in the firo fir zone was wa at work workthis workthi
thi this nftornoon nfroon in the district ditrct bounded bunde by
Gay Charles Chales Lombard Lmbard and Baltimore BaltimorestrcutH Bltmor
strcutH streU when a bloat hlot was wa placed p 1 in inono Inono
ono of the large lrgo buildings buldng8 Doyle Doylewas Dyle Dylewas
was JU ju nhont abut M t null pul the lever which whichoud wmnh wmnhwould
would wouldwhen oud 1 ve blown the strctur to pllt
when four fou men emerged emergo from the 1 1Doyle buldhg
Doyle Dyle almost fainted fainte when ho realized ralztd how hownear bownear
near they camo cme to being killed kie He le Imme Immediately Ime Imediately ¬
diately nought u bt Mayor McLane lcLnB and ad said saidhe sld sldhe
he would give up hia hi job at onco ono unices unicespeoplo unle s spple
peoplo pple were wer kept out of tho danger danler zone zoneThe zno znoThe
The Mayor gave his h prmi promise and tomor tomorrow tmor tmorrow ¬
row no oneexcept one oopt the engineers enginers will wi bo boallowed bealowC
allowed alowC in tho te danger daler zone zoneFIRE zon zonFInE
Children Cllien Carried Caried Across AcOM the Street StreetOhtM Others OthersAtiick
Atiick Ittlck to Front Font mil milQot IbUaot
Qot ashes ase from Crmteherb tho hearth set tt fire fre to the thewoodwork thewowork
woodwork wowork of oUhetop the top flat ftlront front at 130 13 West WestTwentyseventh Wet WetTwcntysenth
Twentyseventh Twcntysenth street str last night The Theflames Te Tefame
flames fame spread sprea thrugh through all al the te top floor floorrooms foor foorromand
romand rooms and when wien the firemen frmen got through throughdrenching Ulroughdrlchiog
drenching drlchiog thenrtho thCthe hallways halways were wer covered coveredwith coverd coverdwth
trdC with trades tradesPolicemen wth Ico lcoandllcle and icicles decorated derte the balus balustrades blu8 blu8trdC ¬
Policemen roused nil the tenants tennts and andcorralled
Polcmen ru
corralled crle them the on the te first frt floor foor where wherethey wher
they were safe enough but Pollcoman PollcomanDenuis PoUcemn PoUcemnDenni
Denuis Denni Lynch of the Tenderloin didnt didntwant clllnt clllntwant
want to run any ny risks rsk so ho carried crre half htl htldozen a adozen
dozen shivering Hhiverng children clldrn in their night nightclothes nightclothes
clothes across the street stret to a grocery groCr store storeSTOCKHOLDERS stor storsrOCKUOLDEnS
To Make tip p th Impairment Imflr nt of Hamilton HamiltonFire Iamlton IamltonFie
Fire Fie Co Capital CapitalThe Captal CaptalTo
The To directors dietor of the Hamilton Hamion Firo Fie In Insurance Insuace ¬
surance suace Company of 75 William Wiiam street met metyesterday metyetrd
yesterday yetrd y and unanimously unmously voted ote to ask askthq ak akthQ
thq stockhqlders Btokh l er to mke maUu up tho 70000 70000impairment 700
impairment of capital cpital by Baltimore Blmoro firo firolosew fe feI0C
I0C losew There 1 hero mtemore > more than tb a 0 hundred hundredstockholders hundre
stockholders stokholder and ad untilthey untlt are heard berd from fromit
it will wi not definitely dettly be oy decided ielde whether whethertho whter whtertho
tho company ijrUl 1 continue contnue in buln6 business or ornot ornot
not Itwas Itwa the officers ofcrs of the th companywho companywhonotified companywhonotlod
notified notlod the State Stt Insurance InuracQ Department Departmentof Dtprtmnt Dtprtmntof
of tho impairment Tho te capital capit l is 1150 150000 150000Policyholders
Policyholders Polcyh come lderaa are secure scm whatever whtever the tle out outWE outcome
To Cease Cese Harrlnc out American Jewi Jewithe Je1
the Alliance Alance Vnlverselle tnhers le Says SaysThe Sa SaTe
The Te announcement announcemet of d meeting rttng of the theAlliancn th
Alinnc Alliancn Israelite 18raele tniverele Universello to discuss discussRussia dlBcus
Russia drew a crowd last Ilt night to the Edu Educational Eu Eucatioral ¬
cational catioral Alliance Alance at East Est Broadway Rr ldway and andJefferson andJeleron
Jefferson Jeleron street Ftreft Many 1any of them th m thought thoughtJewish thougt thougtevidenty
evidenty that tbey were going to a lort or orJewl8h
Jewish 10lOcaton jollification over the thediomftre thediomftreor discomfiture discomfitureof
of Russia RUIa in the tbowar war with Japan and were wereready wereread
ready read to cheer On to Harbini or any other otherproJapanese otherproapant
proapant proJapanese slogan Rut fut they wore dis disappointed dlsaJpointed ¬
appointedLouis aJpointed Louis Marshall Marshal the chairman chalrmn announced announcedat
at the opening of the meeting mttng that it I wax waxarrangtxi WI
arrangtxi arrangt longbefore the present prCent hostilities hostilitiesbegan hostltll
began and was wa solelv for the thl purpose of ofdiscussing ordisussing
disussing discussing the immlgiation Immlglaton question liueston nnd nndRussiua nndUU8ias
Russiua discrimination di8rlmlnaton against againt American Americancimens America
ct7en cimens who happen to bd MJews MJewsFrank Jews JewsFrank
Frank Moss Mos declared delared Russias contention contentionthat
contenton contentonthat
that she is now the champion of the Cross Crossin
in a war against ngalns the heathen to bo ridicu ridiculous ridic ¬
lous In view vlewor of her er persecution perseuton of a I people peoplewho1 p ople oplewho
who1 who worship orhlp the iinme Ood Go that the Chris Chrletill I Itiling
tiling till worship worshipIt
It is I the duty duy of this country countr he said saidto eld eldto
to insist lislt that an American Amercan citizen citzen with wih an anAmerican anAmerican
American passport be treated trate with respect respectby
by Russia Russi ppor no 1 matter mater what his hil religion religionniay rl respt resptby lon lonnwy
niay nwy be 0 I havo hm nn idea though that there thereia thereI
ia I method metho in Rusoiaa R I1 policy polcy of discrimina discrimination disrimin ¬
tion ton against againt Anierican Amerian citizens ctzls who aro aroJews aroJelV
Jews Sho doesnt want them within withinhor thin thinhor
hor border borc for fearthoy ferthe may be b killed kie or orbeaten orbeaten
beaten and then Russia would have thia thiacountry thl
country to t rot re konwith kon wih Russias RU1ias massa massacres mlsa mlsacret ¬
cres cret of of the Jews who belong In Russia RUlln are areher areher
her own ow affair afaIr in 1 which whlchothc other countries countrie
have no legal lgal right to Iriterfurb IriterfurbChairman Interere InterereChairmn
Chairman Chairmn Marshall Marshal read re a s letter to t tho
Alliance Alance from Assistant sl8tnt Secretary Sretr of State
Loomls to tothe the effect efet that Untthe the tinned tnte Stntoa Stt0
Minister linlste at ITeheron ehlra and thq United Unite States StatesConsul Sttos SttosConsul
Consul at Tangier had beep bt instructed Intr te to totry totry
try to havo hlo ml ni restrictions restrition removed from fromthe fromthe
the inliabltanta Inhablta ts of Persia Per8la remove and Morocco Moroccowho Moroco Morocowho
who do not happen to profess the religions religionsof relgloD
of those countries countriesThis cOlntrie
This Thil lottor leter said sid Mr Marshall MaJhal u shows showsthat howsthat
such that the matters mattersAll mtter United UnltlSt4t StatesIswilling g II Wlng to act at in insuch In6uh
All Al the speakers 8pcakersprotCte protested against aaInst any ay
atternpt atempt to make the immigration Inlglton laws lw80f of
tho United Unite Stales morestringent morestnent Chair Chairman ¬
Cir Cirman
man Marshall Marfhal announced that there will
bo no antiimmigration autimmigrlon Innounce legislation loglelaton at this thissession thisse8slon wi
session of Congress CongressAssessment < nU nUulelment
Assessment of De Dnn Stands StandsTho StandsTo n Hoffmans Jlolmlne Personalty PersonaltyStands Penonaty PenonatyStands
Tho To cortiorari certorri obtained obtlno by the executors executorsand exeutr
and trustees trustos under uder the t will wi of Eugene A AHoffman AHolmn
Holmn Hoffman who was WI dean dea of the General GeneralTheological Genera
Thelogrcal Theological Seminary Sminar for review rvew of the te I Iassessment I4Aiumet
4Aiumet assessment for 1603 10 made by tho Com CommissionoTB
missionoTB miionO of Taxes Taxe and ad mao Assessment A8met Cm CmmiionO upon I ItlfXHflW
tho pronal etat Y dlsmisyetr upn I
The dy bySuprme Vuto Qur by Justce Flzer
l1 tlfXHflW The ma executors eeutr contended Ctende that thatthe tht thttho
the Asieeament ACl t waa W excessive oclvo and ad sJao sJaoset
set st upthat up ttbalone becauseone of the te executor executorwaa a
waa 1 out of the te Stato Stat the te assessment aement eetn should lhu
b be on only twothirds twothl of tho to property prpy
DASH DAS means me any ay ayfft1frm
totaiy 1 thing fft1frm from one drop droptotaiy dop doptofil
totaiySee tofil
See the advantage advntage of mix mixing mi ¬
ing cocktails cockai s in quantity quantitywhere quantty quanttywheree
where wheree every er proportion prporon is isexact isect
exact exactGOLD ect ectGOLD
GOLD LION Cocktails Cocktailsready Cockail
ready to ice ic never vary varyGOLD var
GOLD LION CockUlliSeven CockUlliSevenkinds CocktaUaSevenItnds
kinds Itnds Manhattan Manhatn Vermouth VermouthDry VermouthWhlaley
Whlaley Manin Tom OlD OlDDr
Dry Dr Qin OIDod nd tn tbo American AmericanOf Aerca AercaOf
Of good wine merchants merchantsTho merchant
Tho Cook Cok Bernbimer BerbImer Co CoDAILY CoDUL1
Cusadlns Crusading British Drll Parson Pron Goes at Ulshop UlshopPotter Dthop DthopPoter
Potter Poter Again AgainThe AplnThe
The Rev R C FiUlngham Fiinham the English Englishvicar Elih Elihoear
vicar oear of Hciton who is I fighting fghtng ritualistic ritualisticpractices rltuato rltuatopractce3
practices practce3 in the English Englih Church Chuh went welt to totho tothe
the Church Churh of tho te HOlY Communion Comunion last lastnight la langh
night ngh to t hoar Bishop Bihop Potter Poter preach prech Mr MrFillinRham MrFlln
ham has for disturbing disturbingservices
FillinRham Flln a reputation reputaton diturbing diturbingserice3
services serice3 that dont conform cnfoml to his h ideas ideasThe IdeaThe
The aervicea eerlO at the te Church of the Holy HolyCommunion HolyCommunon
Communion Communon didnt displease displee him but the thesermon thesermon
sermon preached by the Bishop did dd It Itwas I
was wa on the preaching preching of Jonah Jona to the peoplo peoploof peple pepleof
of Nlnovoh The Te Bishop Bihop eaid sad that tat to a acertain acerin
certain cerin extent a low moral condition conditionexisted conditon conditonexted
exted existed among people in this city which whichit whic
it was W8 for them to remove by practising practisingselfdenial pratiing pratiingselen
selfdenial selen and cleansing cleaning themselves themetve3 as asJonah l
Jonah Jona told the people peple of Nineveh Nlnevel to do doAfter doAtor
After Ator hearing hengto tho sermon Mr FiUngham FiUnghamhurIe Filllngham Filllnghamhurled
hurled hurIe to the Fifth Fift Avenue Hotel seized seizeda seie
a pen and ad wrote a letter to BLshop Blhop Potter Potterwhich PotterwhIc
which whIc inakej make two ho has ha written to tho thoBishop thoBisop
Bishop Bisop in II two days Thh Til time te ho wrote wroteIf wroteI
If I there is i a 1 low moral condition conditon here you youare youare
are largely responsible reponslbl < for or it You are tbo head headof hed hedof
of a very considerable religious body in this thiscity tbl
city and you have shown an example exmple of ofduplicity ofduplcty
duplicity duplcty and andtmeeervlng timeserving that would dis disgrace dl ¬
grace any man mn even If not a professed profesed Chris Christian Chrl ¬
tianYou tln
You have promised promie before be ore God to drive driveBwny drivea
a Bwny from the Church all al erroneous Eroneous and andntraneo andstranlo
ntraneo stranlo doctrines such as the mns I Article ArticleXXXI Arte6 Arte6U
XXXI U ami nndJou you bave have declined declned to fulfil fulfilpromise lu11 that thatpromise
promise nnU nn why wb Because ecause theso thee thin thinaro thinn thinnare
are iicreeablo Rleeable to n few persons perons In rich am amfashionable aad aadlalhlonnble
fashionable lalhlonnble Xew York society soci ty
You YOI urged us 11 to seek for or forgiveness forlivenC8 and andcleanstnjr andclen1lng
clen1lng cleanstnjr Physician PhYficiln hoai hoi thyself thyselfSuch thelfSlch
Such Slch forslvriiesd orll11el for having laYln forsworn your yourself yourPt1 ¬
self Pt1 before Ood and the congregation needs needscleansingfor nelds neldsclenOinlor
cleansingfor clenOinlor you ou of o putting puttng popularity populariy and andwealth andwealth
wealth before the claims of o conscience Be Betrue a atrue
true man bo a Christian cOI1cence He le a Bishop of ofsouls or101is
souls 101is nnd men not a Bishop Bihop of noddy If I I Ican 1can
can arouse you to a sense plnpe of duty I llhnl shall not nothave nothave
have crossed cros6e the Atlantic Atunte In vain vainMr vainMr
Mr Fillingham Filngham also alo will w1 oblige Bishop
Greer Grr with ith a letter leter on the propriety proprty oblfe of his hisofficiating hl8ofcatng
officiating ofcatng at tlw Church Curh of o tho Reoeomer Reoeomerin Rcmer RcmerIn
in Harlem next Sunday the advcrtlnemenfc advcrtlnemenfcof adverlemcnt adverlemcntof
of which described decribed the service srvc aa high highmass highDq
mass massBishop Dq DqBishop
Bishop Potter Poter on the vicars vlcrs last visit visittold ilt ilttold
told the rector retor of the Church Curch of St Mnry Mnr
the Virgin Ylr to throw the Rev Mr Filling Filn Filnham
ham out without ceremony crmony if i he tried tr d to in interrupt Interupt ¬
terrupt terupt tho services servicesHARRY srvce srvceURRl
It I Is the he First Fnt One Onf of the tl0 Kind Ind Ever Issued Issuedby Issnedb
by b Tills State StateBUFFALO StateBFFAL
BUFFALO BFFAL Feb 17 17H Harry ry Hamlin Hamin the themillionaire themilonire
millionaire milonire horseman hOlluan of thia th city ciy and ad Now Nowport Newpor
thia morning received from Secretary Secretaryof
port por thil morng reeive Scrtary Scrtaryor
of State Stat OBrien OBren the only automobile automobie license licenseof lcle lcleof
of its is kind ever issued l8uf by this thli State Ihe Ihecertificate he hetrtlcate
certificate trtlcate was wa issued I Rue as a a result of a per personal pr prsoD ¬
sonal soD appeal appel made to the Governor Goveror by Mr MrHamlin Ir IrHamln
Hamlin Hamln when Gov Odell Odel recently reenty waa WI in inthia Inthll I
thia thll blty Mr Hamlin Hamin complained complane that tht he hehod heh
hod h paid pad his license lccns fee fe several times tme8 but butnever butneyer
never OBrien OBrienTho OBr41 liad ha received reeive a 1 certificate certfcate from Mr MrOBrien MrOBr41
Tho certiflcoto certfclle came in a tin tube such Iuch as asIs asII
Is II used to mail mal army any officers ofcers commissions commissionsIt commifions commifionsI
It I contains a caricature caricture of Mr Ir Hamlin lumlm in inwinter Inwlnttr
winter wlnttr automobiling automobiing costumo oltumo nnd com commends commends ¬
mends Mr Ir Hamlin Hamln to the rolce police with withwhom withwhom
whom ho is reasonably reaRJ hl well known kno in inBuffalo inBufalo
Buffalo Bufalo New York nnd anl other Cthlr cities dte in this thisState thisSlate
State and to the Governors Goycrors of adjoining adjoiningStates ad joining joiningStatr6
States also I o to coroners corontrs medical meelal examiners examinersundertakers examinersundertakers
undertakers designers of funeral runeralemblem8 runeralemblem8fre emblems emblemsfiro
firo fre departments deparments blacksmiths blacksmlth1 and ad auto automobile automoble ¬
mobile moble manufacturers manurscturer generally generallyTho gcneraly gcneralyno
Tho certificate certlcate is signed bytheGovernor bytheGovernorcounteriigned by the Goemor Goemoroountcrmai
counteriigned by Mr OBrien and ndorned ndornedwith ndorncdwith
with the State Statl seal sealDOC sel selnc
For Many lan Years en the Old Oe Veterinarian Was WasWell WI
Well Wtl Known Jn0n1 In DrooldnDr Urooklyn UrooklynDr
Dr West C Bowen familiarly famiarly known in inBrooklyn InBrokl
Brooklyn Brokl for over half hal a century cntura as Doc DooBowen DocBowen
Bowen and ad long regarded as l ono of the theleading theIcalng
leading Icalng veterinary eterinr surgeons in tho coun country country ¬
try died on Tuesday at the Long Island IslandCollege Islad IsladQlege
College Qlege Hospital in his eightieth eighteth year yearHe yearHo
He had for three or four years ears been ben In Inalmost inalmo8t
almost destitute destiute circumstances Two Twowives Towives
wives each of whom secured aecred a divorce divorcefrom divorceCrom
from him and ad two daughters survive lurho him himHo himHo
Ho had long lived lve apart apar from tho members membersof member memberof
of his family famiy and ane tome ome old friends had hadto hadto
to contribute cntribute to give him a I decent detnt burial burialAt burial
At tha tb close of If the civil civi war in which he heserved he8ere
served in cose a I Now Jersey regiment he settled settledin setted settedIn
in Brooklyn and for thirtyfive thlrtlve years yearsowned yearsowe
owned owe a I big livery lvery stable in Schermerhorn Schermerhornstreet SchermerhomItreet
street and Bocrum loerm place which a a afavorie
favorite favorie resort for Democratic Democrtc politicians politiciansHe Ioltclant
He owned owne some fine fno trotting trottng horse hortel and andwas Id
was 1 a familiar famiar figure lgure on 01 tho old Coney ConeyIsland Coneyland
Island land rood roodHe
He le waa W roa a I groat gra favorite Cavorie with wlh eporting eportingmen eprUng eprUngmen
men and was ono of John L Sullivans Sullivansearliest Sulhans Sulhansealn5t
earliest ealn5t patrons Barnum the great show showman showOan ¬
man Oan selected selecte Dr Bowen to cul cu the ears earsof eas easof
of the first frlt baby elephant born bor in captivity captivityAt
At ono time tme ho was wa well wel off offOBITUARY or orO
E Conova Jackson died In hid home in inYookera InYonkers
Yonkers on Tuesday morning moring at 2 oclock oclockHe oclockHe
He was born bor In New York city on Nov 10 101S3S
1S3S of Revolutionary Revolutonry ancestry In his bistwentyfourth histwentyfourtb
twentyfourth year ho entered ent rcd the llrm of ofWllllnm ofWilnm
Wllllnm Wilnm 11 1 Jackson at that tlut time tme the most mostprominent moetpromluent
prominent firm In New York city In the grata grataAnd grut
And fender business He 1e retired rttrd a few years yearsgo rearsRiO
RiO go In 1001 I nOI he took up his residence r lrence In Yon Yoncr Vonkera
kera cr having I prevloiuly Irevloully lived lved In West seventy seventyninth beventyninth
ninth street 8tret Manhattan Mluhstnu He was promi prominently prominenty ¬
nently connected with the Jackson Archi Architectural Arc ¬
t4turnl tectural nenty Iron lrol Works and for many mny years yearswag car carwal Ii
wag a regular attendant Htendant of o the Co Coate Coatenlormed > iate iateReformed
Reformed nlormed reiulr Dutch lutcb Church of Manhattan ManhattanHis
His wife three thre sons and a daughter daulhter survive surviveDr surive suriveDr
Dr Henry Henr M 1 Dearborn u 1 specialist speclllst in inskin Inskin
skin diseases dlscnstl died on Tuesday luesdayat at his hi home homeMO
MO West Kittyseventh FtYleventh street of o pneumonia pneumoniaand pneumouil
He WO bor in Epam N 11 In 1840 WIS WISIraruated
Col 1800 1800and
Iraruated fron lowdoln ele I
and studied studifd at tho Harvard larvnrd Medical Iedlcll Col Collogo College
logo He le practised practsed tn Boston for a time and andcamo andcame
came to this thll city in 1880 Ho 1 was consult consulting consult ¬
In ing surgeon surt on and lecturer at Flower llocr Hospital Hospitalnnd Hoepitli Hoepitlinnd
nnd professor profe810r of dermatology dermatololY at It the thf New NewYork NewYork
York Medical College Colege and Hospital for Women WomenHe WomenHe
He wna visiting vlsllnl physician plyelclan at the Metropoli Metropolitan etrool ¬
tan Hospital OApitl nnd the Laura Lura Franklin Frankln Freo FreoHospital Fre
Hospital HOpltl for or Children Chidren In I this tils city Bt t Marys MarysHospital Mars MarsHospitl
Hospitl Hospital In Passaic N J and the Memorial 31emorlal108pltll
108pltll Hospital for or Women and Children Chidren In Brook Brooklyn lrook lrookIyn ¬
lyn Ho 10 leaves u widow a son and a daugh daughter dauabtr ¬
tr trJohn ter terat
John ao PeltdledlRst nlrbt In his home homeat
at 1873 Eightysixth Eightrsixh street Vun 11 1elt Manor
Brooklyn lie le had been III I since Tuesday Tuesdaynight rut dIY dIYnllht
nllht night when ho was a stricken with wih gastritis gastritiswhile Rastrlts Rastrltswhie
whie while playing ply in cards with his wife He Hewas Hewa
wa was tho last supervisor upervlor of o the town of o New
Utrecht before that tba town towl became beca me a part of
thl thfl city He le was prominent In 11 Republican RepublicanBolltlcs Republcan Republcanpoltcs
Bolltlcs and secret society circles of South Southrooklyn
Jrooklyn rooklyn and wan a superintendent of the
Sunday school of o the Dutch Reformed lelorme church
The old ole Van Pelt farm owned by hia hi father fathercomprised fathercompried
compried comprised twothirds hmthlrd of o what is I now no B th
Beach Mr Tim Felt was 50 51 yean old Dtn Ho
leaves a widow two daughter daUlhtera and a ton eon1lmo le
Mme 1lmo Emilia Emila O Da Angeled Anlele for many mlny
years a wellknown wel know mualo teacher t8cher of o Boston
cled died In It that city on Tuesday afternoon after
i brief IllnMH InHA She was born bor aferool In Milan lllan Italy ater
about 63 years yen ago and received rlcled her hr musical musicalnducutlon muslc ItlYI
educaton nducutlon from her father She came cme to
B0ton Boston about forty fory years ago ni and established estbl bed
herself as a teacher of voeafmuslc Toel In which whichihe wblchIbe
ihe wai Wf eminently eminenty successful slceMrul 1W1 Her home homewas homew
w was often oren thn thf seen of brilliant atherlngs
She la I survived lunlTd by three thee brUlaot sons ona J
Seized a Church Cureb by Force of Arm MilS an anSaid and andSaid
Said Mass al With Wll a Hfvolver on or III IIIThrone I
Throne ToneI I Came Out Here to Work WorkNot WorkNot
Not to Be Dinned Dlufed Said the Bishop BishopThe Bihop BihopTe
Te The Fighting Fightig Yankee Yanke Bishop Bishp Is I th thtltlo the thetUe >
tltlo tUe won by the Right Rev Frederick Freerick Z ZHooker ZRoker
Hooker Roker formerlyof fonedy of the te Apostolic Apstlo Dele Delegallon
gallon gaton at Washington Wahigton but recently recnty ap appointed appoint
pointed point Bishop Bibop of o Jaro Jao in I the Philippines PhilippinesAccording Phippie
According Acorig to t an a official ofcal report of Churol Churolmatters Churh Churhmter
matters mter from the Philippines PhUppine Bishop Dihop Hookei Hookeihas 1oker 1okerh
has h been bn the central cntr figure fgure in I some sme stirring stirringscenes strig strigscne
scenes scne since slno his hi advent aent in I his hi new field fieldHis feld feldHi
His Hi energies energie have hove been bn especially espciy directed directedagainst dloct
against the and in inci incident ¬
againt te Agllpay Aglpy party pry anll one ici icident
dent at least let he ignored Ignor ecclesiastical eceltc pro procedure ¬
cedure cur and ad adopted aopt heroic herlo military mia methods methodsto methol metholto
to obtain obtai his end endWhen endWhen
When Bishop Bihop Rooker Roker arrived Ilve in I Jaro Jaroaccording Jao Jaoaorig
according aorig to t the report reprt and ad a letter leter from fromChief fromChet
Chief Chet Justice JUltc John Joh T McUonougn of the thePhilippines te tePhippie
Philippines he found foud that several ol the themost
Phippie tht sver te temot
most mot prominent promient of hia hi churches churhe had hd been beentaken ben bentken
taken tken out of hia hi diocese dlo One of tnese tnesenear tne
near Hollo Iono in I an Inland Inad barrio brio inhabited inhabitedsolely ihabit I Isolely
solely by natives natve wai a costly coty stone stne church churcherected churcheret
erected eret by the friars frir just Jut before bfor the Spanish Spanishwar Spaih Spaihw
war w Bishop Bll0p Rooker determined detrie to take takethis tko tkothi
this thi church chuch of San S Augustine Augustne and ad at tho thohotel to tohotl
hotel hotl in I Hollo Ioio where wher He was Wi staying styig he hedeclared hedelare
declared delare his hi intention itenton of doing doig so on the thofollowing thefolowing
following folowing day dy He was warned wae that tht such suchan sucha
an a attempt atempt would wold be b dangerous dangerousIf dgerus dgerusMI
MI If I had ha wanted watd a I soft sr snap snp replied rple the theUnited theBihop
Bihop I would hvo I tho thoUnlt
United Unlt States Stt I came cme out here her to t work workand workand
and I am not going goig to bo b bluffed blufe by the theAglipay theAglpy
Aglipay Aglpy party I am going to toko to that thatchurch thatchurch
church and ad pty some sme others other besides besidesThe blde
The he report says 8fS there were wer then twenty twentynounced tenty
Aercas In Ioio and alhou h ooly
four of them were Catholcs tley
nounced nounce that tht if I the Yankee Yanke Bishop Bshop would wouldfight wouldfght al
fight fght for bis hi church churh they would help him himThe himThe
The armed armedAfter Sheriff Sherf led le the party pr which was well wellarmed wel
M After Ater several sverl hours houl Journey jourey says saysthe pye pyethe
the report we arrived arive at the barrio bro of ofseveral ofIver
several Iver reror thousand thusnd inhabitant ihabitts Great Gret was wastho wasthe
the excitement eclemet when our mission mi lon became becameknown beCme beCmeknown
known The Te Presidents PrCldente was Wi in possession possessionof pOI810n pOI810nof
of the church key and from him Bishop Bishopthe
Roker demnded It Tl8 WI rrUle
the Preeldente Predent declaring delrng that tht the church churchwaa churchWI
waa WI public publo property Bishop Bihop Rooker Roker re replied replo ¬
plied plo that tht it I was Church property properyRoln properyRolnCatholc Roman RomanCatholic
Catholic Catholc Church property pr peryand and that the theAglipay theA
Aglipay A lpay party had hd bettor attend atend to poli politics pol ¬
property tics tl and ad pry leave lee alone aloneTho Church Churh matters mter and Church Churchproperty Churh Churhproperty
Tho Americans Aerlc gathered gathere about Ibout the thoBishop theBishop
Bishop and the Preeidente Preidente The Ameri Americana Americns ¬
cana cns exhibited exhllte the contents of their hip hippockets hippoket8
pockets poket8 The Te key waa WI surrendered 8ureldero Bisnop bshop
Rookor unlocked unloko tho door dor removed remove the thealtar thealtr
altar altr stone relocked relokc tho doors door put the thekey thekey
key in hia hi pocket Joket and announced to the thecrowd thocrowd
crowd that tht had hd gathered gnthero nouce that tht he would wouldcelebrate I
celebrate mass ma8 in i tho church on the fol following ¬
lowing lowl Sunday Rundy The Bishop addressed addressedthe addrl I
the people peple in I Spanish Spanih telling Illlg them that thathe tht I
he had hd gone there to defend the church churchnot churchnot
not to surrender 8urender it He bestowed betowe his hisblessing hB 1 1blElng
blessing blElng on them and amid the cheers cher of ofthe ofthe
the Americans Aercane and a few of the natives nativesreturned naUesretre
returned retre to his abode some sme miles mits away
In the course of the week word reached reachedthe reahe
the city that the Aglipay Aglpay party intended intendedto
to drive drve a I herd of carabaon carabaO Into the church churchduring churh churhduring
during the service srice The Americans Aercan heard heardof head headof
of the threat to desecrate dtRrato the sacred edi edifice el eltce ¬
fice tce and volunteered voluntered to accompany Bishop
Rooker Rker saying sying that if any an attempt atempt were weremade weremnde
made to execute exeute the threat there would wouldbe wouldb
be b more dead dea carabaos carabas in the barrio bario than thanwere thanwere
were there at tho hellh heinht of the rinderpest rinderpestThey rinderpet rinderpetThey
They went Bishop B8hop Rooker Hooker with wih a revolver revolverbeside revolverbesido
beside him on his throne thone said Id the mass massand ma
and preached prohed to the people pple in Spanish Spanishand Spansb Spansband
and not a caraboo carba was in sight sightTho sight
Tho report says sys that the church was wascrowded Wi
crowded crowde rprt but that the congregation was wassulky W3
sulky and not entirely respectful r tul It I is isstated Ii
stated stato that Bishop Rooker has h had ha8lniar ha8lniarexprilnces similar similarexperiences
experiences exprilnces in obtaining other church churchproperty churchproperty
property in his dioccm dioC and that Bishop BishopDougherty Bshop BshopDoujhert
Dougherty Doujhert In the north lias followed folowo the theexample theeXlple
example eXlple set by b Bishop B8hop Rooker Roker in the south southThe southhe
The he report declares delnrEs the talk tal that the friars friarsmust friar
must mUlt go is I dying dylnl out They will wi have haveto
to stay tay for some sme time tie to come it Bays V8 on ontheir I I
their withdrawn Ithdrwal now 10W would leav levtmllols levtmllolsof milllons milllonsof
of people pople without religious relgious ministrations ministrationsINVESTMENTS minlatrton minlatrtonI
Il Ills Chemical Clemteal Dank Stock Appraised at
84250 20 a Share ShareTho Sll re reThe
The net real and personal prsonal estate owned ownedby ownedby
by George orge G Williams Wlil ms president of the theCheica j
Chemical Cheica National Natonal Bank who died May 7 7lost 7lat
lost lat amounted aountd to 1389733 13738 according acording to totho tothe
the appraisal apprais filed fed yesterday He owned ownedtwentyflvo ownedtwentyfve
twentyflvo twentyfve shares shes of Chemical National Nationalstock Nation
stock stk valued vaued at 110 100250 5 405 Bhaesof shares of Singer SingerManufacturing SingerManutaturlng
Manufacturing Manutaturlng Company Block worth 116 168
500 140 shares ComJan of Fidelity Fide1 and Casualty CasualtyCompany Clualty ClualtyCmpay
Company Cmpay stock stok worth 51800 518 slxtyflvo slxtyflvoshares slxtYfve slxtYfve8hares
shares of Union Trout Trt Company Com pan stock stok
92300 923 200 2 shares 8haes of Bond and Mortgage MortgageGuarantee lortg8geGuarntee
Guarantee Guarntee Company 70000 700 and eighty eightyshares eightyshares
shares of Titje Guarantee and Trust Trst Com Company Company ¬
pany worth 33800 368 He had also 12030 12030cah 20304 20304cosh
cosh cah on hand and equities in ao real estate estatevalued etatevalued
valued at 360043 360043After 6604
After Ater payine pylnp all al the specific spcifc bequests bequeststhere bqUtRts bqUtRtsthero
there remained remaned a I residuary retiduay estate estte of 110 1083
703 which whih goes goR mostly to the widow Mrs MrsVirginia lr8 lr8Virginia
Virginia F Williams Wilams and her daughter daughterMrs daughterln
Mrs ln Clara J Keech KeechSLAIN KecchSLN
Very Vey Little of Orramlo Dexter Dextes Property PropertyWas PoPrty PoPrtyWal
Was In the Hostile loste Adirondack AitlrondacksOrrando AdirondackOrndo
Orrando Orndo P Dexter who was os assassinated assassinatednear a sslnate
near his lodge loge Santa Clara In the Adiron Adirondoikf Adlrondl
dl doikf k in I September Sptembr last lat owned owno real estate estateand estateand
and personal property proprty which have been beenvalued ben benvalue
valued value at 1102390 11039 Tho To real estate ette con consisted consltr ¬
sisted sltr of somo 8000 mortgages mortgage in Dakota Dakot and andNebraska I INpbr
Nebraska Npbr ka and a I large tract trat in the Adiron Adirondorka
dnk dorka > which was wa sold for 150 50000 50000The
included 3000 shares of ofPennsylvania
The personalty prsonlty Icl ude 30 shaes
Pennsylvania Pensylvania Railroad Rirod sto k worth worh 16 368
250 25 334 shares share of New Yoik YOk New Haven Havenand
and Hartford Hlrtfon valued value at 64408 6408 and 0103 0103bhares 01936harcs
bhares of American News Company Cmpny stock stockworth I
worth 189625 189625Mr
wort Mr r Dexter died die intestate and his father fatherHenry fathorHenry I
Henry Dexter of 42 West Fiftysixth Fifysixth street streetwith stret i iwih
with wih whom he resided re3ide has ha acted acto as I adminis administrator amlnl8 amlnl8trtor ¬
kin trator trtor Ho is I the only heir and Ind next of ofkin ofkin
Farmer Forces Force Ills I Housekeeper lotL ekeepcr Out In Inthe ti
the thl Cold ColdShe She Dies Del and He le Kills 1ls Himself HimselfPITTSFIEIJ Imsel
PITTSFIEIJ PITTSFIEL > Mass 1 Feb 17 17Lymn Lyman Jor Jordan Jordan ¬
dan a Washington WIhngon farmer farer drove his house housekeeper houe houekepr ¬
keeper kepr Mrs MI Emma Em Fruraraa Frmmfromhla from his house housewith houo houowith
with a shotgun shotgn lat Jt night when the tem temperature temperature ¬
perature woe wa fifteen ften degrees degre below zero and anda ad ada
a storm ston raging rging This Th morning moring her dead deadbody de
body by was WI found fo d a 1 short distance dltanco from trm the thohouue thehoue
houue houe She had hld frozen in the storm stormAfl elor
Afl soon o I Jordan learned lero of the th drath drathof rrath rrathof
of the woman wODan he killed kie himself hielf witi wh Vo Voshotgun o
shotgun Jordan Joran had words with the thowoman thewomn I
woman shotgn womn and after ater boating botig her won drove her out ot j jdan I IHer
Her nlnyerold son who wa at the
dn dan house hOUe tried tre to find fnd his hi mother in the thostorm the8tor
8tor storm but failed taie Thin Tbl morning ho resumed resumedhis
his search sEach and took Jordan Joran out to rume where whereher wheroher
her body lady lay in tho snow The man ma then thenreturned thenretule
retule returned to his hi house houe and ad killed kie himself himselfGAMBLING himelf himelfGWLNG
Mayor 1Iayor Leeds Leds Puts Pts the Ltd on an Enter EnterUlnment En r
Ulnment tlnment That at He le Opened Favorably FavorablySTAMFOBO FavorablySTMFORD
STAMFOBO STMFORD Conn Qnn Feb 17 11ayor 11ayorCrles Mayor MayorCharles
Charles Crles Henry Henr Leeds Ls formally fonly opened opned a afair a
fair fal held in the Third Tin Infantry Infantr Armory Armoryin Aor
in this city on Monday Mond night ight Five Fve minutes minutesafter
after afer the Mayor Myor left let un ISrs sorts of gambling gamblng Dnutes Dnutesafer
layouts lyouts were wer taken from frm cover cver and ad a brisk briskbusiness brsk brskbulneswl
bulneswl business waa carried Crle on on Last night lpht tho thowas
Mayor told hs chief of
ple Wilm
H Brnnn to lok In and see that the
ld ldWI
was WI down tight tght Brennan Brennn found things thingssizzling thnge thngeelzzllg
elzzllg sizzling In ten minutes the fair was wascloned
cloned clonedThe
The fair reopened ropned Utor lter with wth tho gam ¬
blng bling features omitted omte
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The e SI8OOO 180 He Cot From Fom Nloela Nicholas Con Connolly Connoly
nolly noly In I 180k Held Hed Not to Have Been Dn a aLoan aLan
Loan Lan but to Have Been Den Given to Him Himfor Dintror
for Investment Iyntmeot and He le Must 1IUt Account AccountSupreme Aeut AeutSuprme
Supreme Suprme Court Cur Justice Justc Giegerich Gegerich decided decidedyesterday i
yesterday ytrday that tht John Joh Keenan Ken the Bismarck Bismarckof Bfemrck i
of the old County Cunty Democracy Dmocr who went wentto wentto
to Canada Caad while indictments Indlctmen1 were pending pendingagainst pndig I Iagait
against agait him on the charge clag of attempting attemptingto atemptig I
to bribe brib the boodle boe Board Brd of Aldermen Aldermenmust Adenen AdenenmUt
must mUt pay py to Michael 1Ichni Connolly Conoly as 1 surviving survivingpartner furlvlng I Iprter
partner prter of the te firm fn of N K K A c M 1 Connolly Connollysome Connoly I IBom
some Bom 118000 1180 which Nicholas Nichol Connolly ConnollyIntrusted ConnoUyItrt
Itrt Intrusted hi I 1895 181 to Keenan Kena for invest investment IVEt IVEtment ¬
Keonan had returned from fromCanada
ment after atr Konn ha rtured rom romCa
Canada CanadaThe Ca
The Te evidence evldeno showed 8howo that Nicholas Nlcholl Con Connolly Connoly ¬
nolly noly consulted cnsule Keenan Kena about abut Investments Investmentsand lvetments lvetmentsad
and ad that tt Keenan Ken said he could culd invest IV1t 18000 18000for 180
for Connolly COlooUy in real rea estate estte paying payig 8 per percent pr I
cent cnt for two years yar Connolly Connoly sent snt on tho thomoney thomoney
and Keenan and hia wife made madeout
money ad Kenn ad hl wie mde mdeout
out a deed de to him of the th premises prDs 327 27 220 220and 2
and ad 231 East Et Eightysecond Elghtysnd street stret The Thedeed Thede
deed de provided proldo that Connolly Connoly should shoud assume assumethe Mlume Mlumete
the mortgagee amounting to 39000 and andshould andshoud
te morgage amoutrg t 10
should the property to Keenan Keenanat
shoud reconvey rcnvey propry t Kenan Kenanat
at te tho end of two years year when the 18000 18000was 180
was WI to t be b repaid rpid The Te money waa a not notrepaid notrpid
repaid rpid and ad in 1900 10 Keenan Kenan reduced rum the thoInterest theInterest
Interest on tho te investment Imetment to t 5 per pr cent centsaying cnt cntsyig
saying syig that tht the te propertiea prperte were wer paying pying no nomore nomore
more In 1901 101 he stopped 8toppe paying pying interest interestaltogether Itrst Itrstntogether
altogether altogetherWhen ntogether
When Nicholas Nicol Connolly Qnnoly died die Michael Michaeldemanded Mich
demanded demnded the f 11800 18000 Keenan Kel declined declinedto decie
to t pay and set t up that themoney the money waa waa a aloan
loan and the rate rte of Interest Inteltusurous usurious Ho Hoset Hest
set st up a counter cuter claim for 1200 02000 which whichhe I
he said sid be had hd loaned lonne to t Connolly ConnollyMichael Cnnol
Michael Connolly Conoly then brought brught suit to tohave toha
have ha va the deed d reformed rorm and ad made Je into an anabsolute anabolute
absolute He also demanded demandedan
abolute conveyance cnveyano as demded demdedan
an accounting accunting for the rents rent and ad profits profitssince proft
since flo January Januar 1901 101 Keenan Konn and ad his wife wifefret wifeEt
fret Et up usury as 1 their tbel defence delenc and also al put putIn putI
In I their counter claim claimJustice caim caimJUFUC
Justice JUFUC Giegerich Gegerich holds hold that tho tlO money moneywas moncywa
was wa not loaned loned but given to Keenan Ktna for forinvestment lorIve8tment
investment Ive8tment and decrees decr that Keenan Kenan must musteither musteiher
either eiher pay the 1180 18000 back with interest interestfrom itert itertfrom
from January anuary 1801 or give Connolly Conoly a aclear acea
clear title tte to the propertiea and ad account aunt for forthe forte
cea the te rents rent and profile proft Jroprte Tho Te counter claim claimia cllm cllmIs
ia dismissed dlmled aa unproved unprovedCHILD unproTedCHILD
Effort Efort to Enforce a Penalty Penaly Acmlnit the theChelsea theCelea
Chelsea Celea Jute ute Mills MillsA ll llA
A test case Cse of certain crain provisions of the thelaw thellw
law llw regarding the employment of children childrenwill chidrn chidrnwi
will wi bo bl tried today tody by Justice Jutc Boesch Rsh In Inthe Inthe
the Fourth Fourh District Dstrct Municipal Muncipl Court CourtThe Cour
The old law lw made mde the parents prnt8 affidavit affidavitsufficient afdvt afdvtsucient
sufficient sucient evidence evidenc of the childs chld8 age ag while whilethe whle whlethe
the new law calls cls for such documentary documentaryproof doumentar
proof prof as a the certificate crlcte of birth birh or baptism baptismThis bptim bptimThi8
led condition of affairs thus de described
This to a conditon aail thu d ¬
scribed scribd by Secretary Scrtar Hall of tho th e Child ChildLabor Chd ChdLbor
Labor Lbor Commit Couit ee eeAs eeAelooouthenew
As Aelooouthenew soon as the new Child Labor law went wenttnto wenttntoetec Into Intoeffect
effect etec the question queston arose whether wheher outstand outstanding outstandIng ¬
ing certificates certlcatl many of which contain false falsestatements falsestatrmente
statements of age should be recognized recognizedNo recolize
No legal decision on this point has ha been ren rendered renderEd ¬
dered derEd but lt the Department of Labor Lahor la In Inpractice Inpractice
practice honoring all al oldlaw certificates certificatesWo crlncatet
Wo felt however that somo 80mf steps should shouldbe Bhouldbe
be taken to put an end to the more aggra aggravated agnaated ¬
vated ated cases where children chidren under age are areemployed areemploYe
employed emploYe And Ant It was WI for or this reason reon that thatwe tbatwe
we urged the Board of Kducation to o make makeuse makeuso
use uso urle of a a provision of the Compulsory Compulsry Educa Education Education ¬
tion law which wlch makes any person peron or corpora corporation corporaton ¬
tion employing children chidren under 14 years of ofage o oRge
age ton liable lable to u 1 penalty plnnlt of 50 O and ad leaves loavel un unstated u ¬
stated stat > the evidence of age ageConditions ageCorcltons
Conditions seemed worst orst In the Chelsea ChelseaJute Chelea CheleaJute
Jute Corcltons Mills 111 at Grecnpolnt Greepolnt seeme and fnd i a case against againstthis Ilalst Ilalstthis
this corporation was therefore Instituted Institutedupon Insttute
upon corporaton our complaint complaintTim complBlntThH
Tim case of Annlo 1110 Tentre waa 18 selected el ded to totest totPHt
test tho power pow r of the education fuQaton authorities authoritiesunder authorites authoritesueer
under this law She Is II I years old according accordingto accorina
to ueer the record recrd on the books bookl of o the school where whereshe whereshe
she last Ilst attended according alcordlnv to the statement statementof
of o certificate cerilcate hfr parents and according to the birth birthcertificate birh birhcerilcate
The Te Weather WeatherTbe WeatberThe
The temperature temperture In parts prt of the Atlantic Atlto States Stateswas Slt
was lower yesterday Feterdy but bt la I most mos parts It was waswarmer ws wswrer
warmer wrer There wu WI a gen en era erl1e rtie of to to t 36 de degrees de ¬
grees ree In tbe Central SlntM S lte and ad tho tl0 Southwest SouthwestThehlghptfSJtire Sutbwet SutbwetTbeblcbpreMlrecentrewtb
ThehlghptfSJtire TbeblcbpreMlrecentrewtb centre with tbe tbeel Mid wave crest crestwill cmlwn
will wn pu p Into tat tbe I e St Lawrence Lwrence Valley today ty and andthe aDdte
the te temperature temperture will wl moderate mCderate Tbere wu wa a astorm I
storm str forming ortnr In I northwest norlhwe Texas preceded preded by rain rainand rID rIDand
and snow sow In the Arlcansaa Arkansa valley vll Kansas Kan and ad Mis Missouri M ¬
souri slrl and Id by byanow now In Colorado and Nebraska Nebrau Fair Fairweather FaIrweather
weather prevailed preaied generally lenerly east e of the Mltala Mltalaslppl In InaiIll
slppl aiIll ntver nver and In the Rocky Rock Mounts Mountl n States StatesIn Stt
In thU thl city ciy tb le day dy was wa fair flr wltb nearly nerl sta stationary at ¬
tionary tloear temperat temper ure In the morning morlnr and ad waallhtljr waallhtljrwarmer 111111 111111waner
warmer waner In tbe tie afternoon aternoon The To wind wad waa brisk briskfrom brok brokfrom
from the tlenonhwet north west averara tumidity humldlY6perceat taper cent centbinmeter
binmeter corrected to t read to t sea se level loel at I A M M80t93
1010 80t93 I P M a 3017 3017The 801
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lne Ine and nd not 10t so cold cld today t4a followed by anow anowat aow aowa
at a n tbt rain or anow aow to tmorow morrow fresh fresi to t brisk briskicrth brk brklorU
lorU icrth to northeast nortleat winds windstor Id
tor or western wetem New York snow sow today tday not so 1 cold coldIn coldtn
In winds windsFor wind wcit wes portion POroD snow aow tomorrow tmorow Increasing Icrelr north northwinds norh norhwind
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day snow and ad warmer waner at night lllht or tomorrow tomorrowfresh tomor
fresh lrb to brisk brl north nor to t northeast nonbeat wlndj wlndjFor wnds wndsFor
For Maryland larland Increasing Ilcruinc cloudiness cloudlnu and ad not 10 so soMid 8
cld Mid today tday followed tolowed by snow In west wet portion and andit
it night nlrlt In I east portion prUon rain ri or anow aOW pOQ tomorrow tomorrowfresh tmn ae
fresh 1m to t brisk brk north norh to t non nonbeast winds Wc
Grand Grnd Jury ury Wont Indict Inlct Him Im and the Din Dintrlct DIs
trlct Attorneys Atornes Forces Are Ae Stirred NUre Cp CpI lpTo
I The To District Attorneys Atoreys office ofc la stirred stirredup IlrE
up because bu the Grand Grnd Jury Juryeeteray yesterday dis dismissed di ¬
missed mssed the complaint cmplaint of attempting attemptng n ncriminal I Icrmnl
criminal crmnl operation opraton against againt Dr Edward Ewa E EConrad EConrad
Conrad of 127 West Fortyseventh Forystwenthstrtt ForystwenthstrttHe street streetHe
He was WI arrested arrsted last lst Friday rldlY in a spectacular spectacularraid spctaculr spctaculrrid
raid rid by the County Cunty Medical fedlcl Society Sciety and tho thoDistrict thl
District Ditrc Attorneys combined cmbined forces forcesWith for
With Dr Conrad Conrd was WI arrested a nurse nursewho nUr
who told tol the woman womn who was as to be b operatel operatelupon prll
upon upn that the doctor docor had hd been ben delayed delaye in incoming
coming to perform prtor the operation oprton becaiiii1 becaiiii1of bC3It
of having haln so many others of like lke nature natureThe naturThe
The complaint cmplint against her was 1 dismissed dismissedtoo dlsml8
too t
tooTho The District D8trlct Attorney Atoroy considered consider lh lhevidence Iholdenc
evidence oldenc strong Mr Jerome was WI own ownwhen anwhen
when tho Grand Grnd Jurys Jurs dismissal dismi81 of th thcomplaint thp thpcomplaint
complaint was filed fled It was said Ie in th thCriminal r h hCrminl
Criminal Crminl Courts Cours Builulnc Buiding that when ho re returned r rturned ¬
turned ho would bo asked to tnkn st stp stptoward > ps pstoward
toward having hainj the furors lror removed rtmove from fromthe fromthe
the Grand Ornd Jury Jur list lit and sent to petit jury jurydutv jur jurdutv
dutv Tho Grand Jury which was drawn drawnby drwn drwnby
by Judge Newburger i Is made lde up aa follows followsIawrence folowl
Iawrence lwrrnc t r OBrien OBrel contractor cntrnctor 8 I West WestThirteenth W I
Thirteenth Tblrtetnth street I 1 T 1 Crane CrnnE bunker bunktr in inWall I IWal
Wall Wal street SPth K J Thomn president pre ldent 40 40Mald 4Pfald
Mald n lane lal Divld K 1 llrman real reuleatlt estatt
313 13 East FIftvseveiith Fft elth trm trfft H H Klpp Klppundertaker KipI
undertaker nndertakert 302 Enst Eishtyfourth EllltrfourthMr EllltrfourthMrValentne Mp ti tiliam
we 37 parl
Valentne hOl8 stretWI
lat liam Turnbuli Turnbul merchant William Wiiam and Pin Pinstr pjn8t1
str 8t1 James A U cHoer lover Insurance anr St StWilliam MWII11
William WII11 troet John N llnyward Ilnvard real estate stat
4 45 Broadway lrdway John Ohl L Hrunlng Brullnglour Hour 31 Moor Moorstreet loor loortreet
street Frank fralk Thompson ThOnpAon manufacturer 16 16Elm 1M 1MElm
Elm street Ioui 1011 Schlfsincer Sch PRIQ lanUBcurerl er prpful pr11 pn it t
24 Murray Iurra street Frderick Frtplck W Rhlneliindrr RhlneliindrrJr Rhln llnlr
Jr fr real rfal estate estlte < H 4 Pin street strtet Richard Rrbar l H HHartshorno I
Hartshorno Hntshornt banker as 5 Wall Wal strert Jams JAmsPIUI I IPlum
Plum PIUI merchant lerlhlnt 76 6 trold trld street trlet John J JClarke 1 1Clarke
Clarke smith 0 Wrt First rst nvcniio John TohnBarry P PBarry
Barry broker hrokir H HR Vst st I2fith IZ th street Itr t Hnrry Harr t tBhl
Blye Bhl railroad rnlrolJd transportation tra porttlon 143 13 Liberty Libertystreet Llbfrt Llbfrtstfet
street stfet Charles Charlfi I Diury Ihur banker 21 Stats Statsstreet StBttreet
street Charts Hv UVA miohlni t 509 0 East EastEighteenth ESJt ESJtEllht
Eighteenth enth street Janies W OBrien O dpn pub publisher ¬
lisher Ellht 312 Broadway Slcmnnd fttonehlll fttonehlllpianos
pianos 211 West NItietyslxthstreet NItietyslxthstreetTho
Tho complaint will probably be resiib resiibmittcd
mittcd possibly to this Grand Jury Juryilo
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