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tf 1 A K l FOOLED TilE QUEENS HOARD HOARDFOR 1l0ARlIfOR 11041WFOR
FOR THREE TEARS TEARSMr YEARShuh
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Mr r Illllt Hai II Become Estranged tlnnetl From FromHer FromlIr FrontI1r
Her ntch Father Too Oecause of Her HerSecret lIfrlIJterft flerecret
Secret ecret Marrlagrv Iarrlalr and May He UUln UUlnhrrltedBoth OllinhrrlledDoth UMInhrrltedfloth
hrrltedBoth May Itla Fight to let rt Bark BarkThn OarkJ11fl fleki1it
Thn public schools In Astoria borougn borougnof
of Queen havo lost two teachers within withinA withinminth
A month because of the bylaw of the Board Boardof
of Education F uca on that a teacher who marries marriesniunt marrieaI1IU marrieniIt
niunt I1IU t resign but they are so o short of teach teachrrt teacbr teachor
rrt r or in Astoria that one of the ousted oustedrirlfs oustedrirts ouatedridea
rirlfs Mrs Frederick Hills Uillahu haa been urged urgedy urgedtIT
10 tIT y the borough board to serve as a substi substitute substlII1tl eubstitilte ¬
tute teacher in tho very scnool IICnoollrom from which whichuli
uli h 4 was ss forced to resign resignTno reslgllTOR realguTnn
Tno bylaw which by the way haa been beenKclaml beenpclsrfd beentcIarPd
Kclaml Invalid by the Court of Appeals Appealsline App Appealaince aJa aJaeilJCfI
line ince the two Astoria A teachers were w re forced forcedmt
mt ut dors not apply to substitute teachers teachersno
eno no may ml fill one on vacancy after another anothermid anolherAllrl anotheratid
mid so have as continuous service in 4the 4theschoolroom the theechoolroom theschoolroom
schoolroom as the young women on the theregular thergu1ar I Iregular
regular teaching force against whom the thewqc1Irected lie lieliylsw j
liylsw IrIII wiwdirected wiwdirectedThe wqc1IrectedTheAstoriatoachers I IThe
The TheAstoriatoachers Astoria teachers who decided to wear wearwedding wearrdding wearwedding
wedding rings and take chances chan < < ll on keeping keepingtheir krcpngtheir i itheir
their jobs were Irene M Gibba Public PublicSchool Puhllohool PubitoSchool
School hool 7 on Van Alst avenue at 11040 11040R I 1040 1040I O I Ia
R I year and Mary Waeterllng Public School SchoolS
8011 L S on Steinway avenue at 780 7 a year yearMlM Y yearMIM l1r l1rMI1
MlM Gibba married Gerald J OKeefe OKeefethree OEaefethree
i
three years ago and andlUIllhe as a she put it last night nightmanaged nightmanslled nightmanaged
managed to fool the School Board for all allhut allthat allthat
that time timeShe timeShe tnwShe
She wore her wedding ring in the school schoolroom schoolroom achoolrooLn
room every PVl day but her associates allo lates thought thoughtit thoughtltwa8hprmotlIorawhoodeath
it ltwa8hprmotlIorawhoodeath was her mothers whoee whOl death three years yearsago yearsao yentaago
ago hastened her marriage to young younK OKeefe OKeefewho OKt6fewho OKefewho
who is a graduate of the University of ofOttawa ofOttAwa ofOttawa
Ottawa and who alter leaving Canada Canadaattended Canadaattended Canadaattended
attended the theHarnrd Harvard medical school He Hein liei
in i now one one of the theaotlve active membcro In the thuMiami thtisml theMiami
Miami isml Club on Lexington avenue the theTammany theTammany therammariy
Tammany organization of the ttl Thirty Tlilrtycond Thlrtyfroond Thirtypcond
froond < > cond Assembly district districtMiM dilltrictMiM diatrictMIM
MiM Waeterliag married Frederick Hills HillsI HUIIIthuallroad Hillsthe
I thuallroad the ho railroad ticket agent ent at Calverton lrorton L 1 Iwhere 1wberethe 1where
where wberethe the Waeterlinga WuterlingshaT8a have a summer home homeHills homeHilla homeHills
Hills and the young school teacher ran ranaway ranawa ranaway
away awa together tog ther hat July and were married in inWashington InWashington inVashlngton
Washington They told their folks about aboutit
it and Mlw MI8 Waeterllngs family have not notforgiven notforgiven notforgiven
forgiven her herret yet One of her relatives relativesl relatlVNIhetraytd relativeebetrayed
l betrayed > her to the school board and forced forcedher forcedher forcedher
her to lose her place just to pay off the theKrudga theIIrudp thegrudge
grudge for that runaway marriage marriageThe
The refllgnatiors of both women were weredemanded wereemsnded wered
demanded d last month but the matter was waskept waakept waskept
kept secret and even yesterday ye terday Cornelius CorneliusJ
J Franklin the district superintendent for forAstoria forAltoria forAatorla
Astoria and Martin Joyce principal of ofSchool ofSchool of8chcol
School 7 1 refused to reveal the names of ofthe oftheteacbers oftheteathera
the theteacbers teachers who had lost 1000Uheir their Jobs JobsMrs jobsMrs jobaMr
Mrs Mr Hills was forced out first when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the district superintendent ntendent was told by byone byoneof byenact
one enact of her family that she was a married marriedwoman marriedwoF marriedwoan
woman an Then one of the men teachers teachersin
woF in i per her er school s hoolbo who didnt dJdntwant want to o have her hergbj hergo hergo
gbj go worked w rke1 another anbth r grudge < < rode and caused causedto cauaN cauaNtro causedtzb1e
tro tzb1e ble torHrwOXeefe forMr OKeefe Thllman went wentto wentto
to District Superintendent Franklin I1 and andMM andi andMda
i i MM Mda MdaWhy Id f fWhy
MMWhy
Why do you ou compel Miss Waeterllng W rllnc to toget toreI toget
get out outwhenthereil when there there1s 1 a teacher in No 7 7who Iwho 1 1who
who has been married for three years yearsWh ytersWl yMrsw16
Wh w16 < t is IaItJ iaIttejerixtndt ltth jilperintf perl tfl dept asked askedWhy aekedmy askedWhy
Why replied nplledtbe the man teacher Its Itsthe itsIh Iteth
the Ih woman woman who baa b been masquerading masqueradingunderhermaiden m mnaqueradingun lsqueradinlunder
underhermaiden under un iari2erma1dclnAme bel maidea name of Gibbs Gibbsthe Olbbsthe GibbsThe
the district superintendent called up upPrincipal upPrincipal upPrincipal i
Principal Joyce of or o the Van AlaI avenue avenuereboot avenueIohool avenueohooIandtoldhIm I
reboot ohooIandtoldhIm and toldhim told J nt to question Mlsn Gibbo Gibboand Gibbllanlt Gibbeand
and to aak for her berlt8llt1 resignation tlon if she ad admitted admJtted admnitted ¬
mitted that she th was u married Mr Ir Joyce Joyceput Joyceput Joyceput
put the he question to toldJM MM Gibbs and she re refused refusld mefused ¬
fused to answer anw r She Sh was sent for several severaldayslater lI everaIcta7 eral eraldaJIIJaer
dayslater cta7 lateV to visit the district superintend superintendent ¬
ent at t Elmhurst To him sh admitted admittedthat IIdrnlttedthat edinittedthat
that she was Mrs OKeefe anti rhl nho lh re resigned reIlgned meIgned ¬
signed co the spot spotI
I wouldnt admit a mlt It at first fuii Mm MmOKeefe 1ra 1raUKeefe
OKeefe last tdght because I watnt W tlIt ready readyto
to get through I was gettlne u 1 new ew claw clawInto t1DSIIInt c1asInto
Into Int xhapc and diJnt want Wall I to turn it ovtr ovtrto orto ostrto
to a Biicof SUCCfSIVI Bf till the work was well wellelllO wellelllOThAn begun begunThen butiThan
ThAn I admitted that I wa5i wilemairlto wat raarri1 ztarri b bcaiisti COb ieSIISH I IIall
caiisti Iall I waa all reacy to reaieri reaieriBut reaittBut
But I would llku Ilk to say that the t hi > jic jicKORslp hc hc10NlIp l lgossip I
gossip who whotrie tried to make trotiJlo fcriiit fcriiitought rlf tt ttiglit t tought
ought iglit to wear pottiocats p tUocats IMA IU I mlgnt sdd sddthat dd ddthat I
that then l Is connlderable > satlsfwTtiriti IIt Iltmti IltmtithlnklIJg i ithinking > i iihinkiui
thinking that I fooled the school IIChoolll board boardwiih lcArdwith rd rdlIh
with lIh its it roruetsica rules for throw yenre yenreWhen yeATsWhlll yearaWIiei
When MI Mb4a I1 > 1i Gllbaii Oil b m mher iher d dfC thrro thrroyears thlttitU8 thrrIze
years tU8 Ize ago tlirir Lome WM 1 waeat at HI East 100th 100thHtrwt 10001hHtrjN I0tliatreet
Htrwt Maihuttaii Mat hl411811 S SHH trt rJ of her asaoci asaociAt asacciCUR Icl IclRtf
At Rtf CUR N attem uttt uttent l the funeral and were intro introi Introuced
i uo 1ItfC uced < yi to irrah OKf Ku K ee an IU a friend of the thefnmlly thtlrRmll thefamily
family rRmll Iwo or thro ciiy r cis u lnt Into latir r r sho was wasnmrrifil WIUIIIIlIlritlI wasinnirird
nmrrifil nmrrifilMrs innirirdMrs
Mrs I1I HilU hasnt been n so fortunate aa aaMis IUIIII asMrs I
Mrs III II OKeefe She was not only onl found foundnut foundout foundout
out Hooner by the th nchool officials omol ls but she sheIB IheIII sheis
IB ratranged from her family and her father fatherWilliam fatherWilliam fatherWilliam
William Waeterllng a well to do and retired retiredliiiitlnetis retiredlJuslOOII8 retiredIiitsInea
liiiitlnetis man who owns considerable considerableproperty considerableproperty onalderableproperty
property In Astoria has threatened to out cuther outbtr outher
her off In his will willThe 11111rhe willrlie
The Waeterilngs spend every summer at atIalverton litaITerton atatverton
Ialverton where Hills a young man from fromVirginia fromVrllnla fromVirginia
Virginia sells tickets for the Long Island IslandRailroad blandR IslandRailroad
Railroad R llroad He and Miss Mary Woelerllng Woelerllngfell
fell in love last summer aummerand and Indulged them themselves themIItlyeeln themtwlvaa ¬
selves IItlyeeln In the romance mmaneeotaaecretntarrlage mmaneeotaaecretntarrlageWhen of a secret marriage marriageWhen marriageWhen
When school opened Mrs Hills returned returnedto
to 0 her work to piece out her husbands husbandsmoderate husbandaInoderate huebandsmoderate
moderate salary She went to Calverton Calvertoni Calvertontovery
tovery ev i > v ry Friday FrIda night to have two days a week weekwith weekwith weekwith
with her husband On the five tiT school days dayshe da11he dayalived
he lived with her unmarried sister in the theold Iheold theold
old Waeterllng homestead hom lltead In Astoria AstoriaThe AlltorlaThe AstoriaThe
The decision of the Court of Appeal Appealrelative Appealrelat1ve Appealsrelative
relative to the antimarriage by law was washanded 111handed washanded
handed down on the day da after afterMrs Mrs OKeefe OKeefewas OKeefeforoed OKeefoas
was as forced out As the result of that decision decisionMrs decisiontnI decisionMrs
Mrs tnI OEeefe and Mrs Hills may ma both fight fightfor tihtfor flghtfot
for reinstatement reinstatementQLIOO r reinstatementQtIGO lnat4tementatIOG
QLIOO OFF STATE COMMITTEE COMMITTEEPsn COiI1ITTElP
Psn P Will III Go to Chicago but Will 111 Let III IIIAlternate mAIltrDale liii liiiAlternate
Alternate Vote VoteExRepresentative VoteFxRepresentatlve ote oteFxReprelMlntaUw
ExRepresentative Lemuel E Qulgg an announced announoed anflounced ¬ I
flounced yesterday that he was not a candi candidate candlate candidate ¬ I
date ate to succeed himself as Republican RepublicanBtate RepublicanSlate BepubilcanStat I
Slate committeeman for the Fifteenth FifteenthCongress FifteenthConarllu FifteenthCongress
Congress district Abe Gruber is making makinga
a fight for Mr Qulgga place and Assistant AssistantAppraiser AselatantAppraber Assistantetppralaer
Appraiser George W Wanmaker Wan maker U out outfor outror outfor
for it too tooLouts tooLouis tooLouIs
Louis F Payn of Chatham Columbia Columbiawunty Columbiaoounty ColumbiaCounty
County and Gen W 8 C Wiley WI y of Cats Catnkill Catskill CatsktLl
kill Greene G ne county are to be the delegates delegatesto
to the Republican national convention o lvention for forthe forthe forthe
the Twentyfirst Congress district Mr MrP MrPayn MrPyn
P Payn yn will not vote 1Jte for President Roof Rooeevlt Roofltl RooseeIts
vlt eIts ltl nomination On the rollcall of ofStates ofRtat ofStates
States Rtat 1I Mr Payne It is stated will with withdraw withdraw withdrew ¬
draw and put In l his alternate to vote for forLtrtt 10ftho forthe
tho the PlIlIldlnt PlIlIldlntLatt PreldpatIAteit
Ltrtt Marine Intelligence IntelligencetArrtvtd Intetulrnle4rrttd nteulienteAfltrd
tArrtvtd Koealfln KO lIlrln Lois LUI Genoa Feb Fcb21 It
nALFOVRS MAJORITY romlr CUT TO 40 40More 40llore 40More
More Trouble for the Premier In Com Comnions coinmonl Co Coatone
atone Ftioul Debate DebateXlMrttl DebateSPfrl Debateipct4
XlMrttl CtMi Ceb Despatch io t Till Tn SUN SUNLONDON SUMLONDON SunLoNDoN
LONDON March 9 IIThere There was a short shortbut Ibortbut shortbtit
but somewhat excited fiscal debate In the theHouse theHouae theHouse
House of Commons late tonight There Therewas TberoWIUI Therewas
was an unusually full house and a vote voteresulted voteresulted voteresulted
resulted In a further reduction of the Gov Governments Governments Gveramnents ¬
ernments majority to 46 48D 46D 46D
D W Pirie Liberal moved that the theHouse tbeHouae theHouse
House noting the th continued agitation In Infavor Inlavor infavor
favor of preferential and protective tariffs tariffswhich tarllrllwhich tariffswhich
which won encouraged by the language languageof h Dguape Dguapeof
of certain Ministers deems It necessary necessaryto
to expreaa condemnation of such a policy policyThere polloyThere policyThere
There was the keenest keen lIt Interest through throughout tbroughout throughout ¬
out the debate It culmlnlated when Prime PrimeMinister PrimeMlnillter PrimeMinister
Minister Balfour arose to answer the critics criticsof
of the Government He promised that thatwhen thatWhen thatwhen
when a general election occurred there therewould therewould therewould
would be submitted to the electors a policy policydealing polloydlllng policydealing
dealing with wih retaliation retala on and the dumping dumpingof
of foreign foreig products proucts in the United Unite Kingdom KingdomHo Kngdom KngdomH
Ho H that thereafter British
hoped hopd Ihereafer Brish ne negotiators negotatolll nagotiatort ¬
gotiators gotatolll would be able to meet met the repre representatives reprentotv representatives ¬
sentatives ntotv of other countries countrle on equal equalterms eual eualterma equalterms
terms He H said sad it might be b asked ked why whyhave whyhave whyhave
have an election eloton If the Government were werealready wer weralready werealready
already empowered empwer to retaliate retaliateWe retalate retalateWe retaliateWa
We want a general generl election he added addedbecause addedbaule addedbecause
because baule thin thl la a great grt fundamental change changeIn chanReII
In II policy ploy The policy plcy I recommend recomend is t to toenable toenable toenable
enable theGovemment theGvemment to deal d al as a far as re retaliation retlaton retaliation ¬
taliation tlaton can with wih hostile hostle tariffs tarlq and as far faras fal falaa faras
fiscal with dumping dumpingMr
as fol arrangements can wth durplng durplngM
Mr M Balfour Balour reiterated relterll his bl often expressed expressedconviction npred npredcOlolon expressedconviction
conviction cOlolon that tht the t be public publo would not no sane sanction sanetion ¬
tion lon the taxation of food to or a a fiscal fc union unionwith uion uionwltb unionwith
with the colonies clonl depending depnding upon upn the taxa taxation tax taxation ¬
tion ton of food fod He took his l hi stand Iland on the theprogramme theprogmme theprogramme
programme progmme he declared declare at at Sheffield SheffieldIt ShemeldI
It I was wa that tt policy ploy which would be b advo advocated avo avocate advocatod ¬
cated cate at the next general gentral election electon He Heappealed Heapped Hoappealed
appealed to every evy Unionist Ulonlst agreeing with withthe wth wththe withthe
apped
Pines motion motionThe motionTlo motionThe
the policy ploy to oppose oppo Mr Plrel
The Tlo figures fgu of tim division dvl0nwere were 288 288against 28 28 28against
against agallt the motion moton to 243 24 in favor of It ItDEFENDS It ItIJE IL IL1EEVfl4
DEFENDS IJE 7iVtf LEOPOLD LEOPOLDCounsel IO EororDCounsel PO 1 I ILounsl
Counsel Lounsl Attack Atarkl Prince Stephanie Wlie WlieI fe feII ttieIs
I II SuIng Her Itr Royal 10 Father Fatherspecial FatbfrptdDI FatherSpectat
special CuW CDII Dtipatek Dlptl la Tm Til SON SONBRUSSELS SOHBRUSIEI SV SVBRuesau
BRUSSELS BRUSIEI March Mach 9 8ln In the action actionbrought actionbruKht actionbrought
brought bruKht to compel cmpel King Leopold Lpld to pay payliia PAYhis payhis
his daughters the themony money left let to them by bytheir bytheir bytheir
their mother m thlr M Wiener counsel cunal for the theCivil IheCvl theCivil
Civil Cvl List Lilt today tooay declared declar that Princess PrincessStephanie PrnCs PrnCsStephall PrincessStephanie
Stephanie Stephall endeavored endelore to mask mlk with wlh flowery flowerysentiment fowery foweryonUment owery oweryaentiment
sentiment onUment the odious olous character charate of the a agresslve 4 agh aghgresalve
gresslve IrBlve action which tho daughter lalghtrr had hadtaken ha hataken hadtaken
taken against aganst her father fatherShe lalherShe fatherShe
She did not mention the fact that the theQueens thoQuens theQueens
Queens Quens will 111 remained remaine unexecuted unexecute for eigh eighteen eightn elghteen ¬
teen tn month montl owing to the tacit tait resistance resistanceof rlstance rlstanceof
of Count Cunt and ad Countess Lonyay the latter latterbeing Jaier Jaierbing latterbeing
being bing Princess Pn Stephanie Stlplnle that the Queen Queenwished QueenWIshe Queenwished
WIshe wished to bequeath bqueath more than she Iho pos possessed p poeieesed ¬
sessed and that tht the to King regarded regarde it aa aaIncumbent 1 asIncumbent
se
Icubent Incumbent upon upn him to make mao up the differ difference dllreren differonce ¬
once en In order orer to pay py the bequests buels M Wie Wiener W1 WI WInor ¬ I Ine
nor ne accused a Princess PnC Stepanie Bepane of wishing wishingto wl 1
to o bring her be father publicity publolty in court courtSTEAMSHIP cout coutSIEAMHIP courtSTgAMMIZP
STEAMSHIP LOST LST WITH 1OO 10 10T 100lit
Y 4 4The
The T lit ambodie Ombe mbedge Btperted re8uo Bank Off Coast Coastor c Coastof
or Cochin Cln Cblaa CblaaSptetal Ola Olap Ulnsssi
Sptetal p CoM C Dnpolc DUlIel la t Tma T Sox SoxPARIS SUo SUort SUitPAnts
PARIS rt March M rh 9 eTe 9The The French Frenchlteamhl FrenchlteamhlCmhg steamship iteamnahikCambodge steamshipCamhodge
Camhodge Cmhg bound from fm Rincoon RUIQn to Europe EuropeIs Erp I II I
Is I reported rre lost off o the Cochin China Chin coast coastIt Ct coastIt
It I Is bettered beler that tht 100 10 1lrn Kruons perished perishedA perishe
A terrific terrllo storm etor overwhelmed ovrwhelme the tb vessel vesselHelp vesselHelp 81
Help has ha been bn sent snt from Saigon SaigonThe algonThe Igon
The vessel T8l was WI lost lot on Feb 6 Mailed Mailedaccounts Mal Mailedaccounts
accounts IIcun t of the thedate thedlsaater disaster say e that ahe he carried carrieda carrie
a crew of forty fort aid ad more than a a hundred hundredpassengers htDldr htuiddpassengers
passengers plngers many rlr of them tlm women omen and andchildren ad adchidr andchildren
children chidr There hen was u terrible terble panic when whenthe whenthe whenth
the th steamer struck struckThe stok stokrhe struckThe
The her carrying off offthe offthe
ecu swept upt over be CIDe ol
the passenger paDer and ad crow ow in batches batbe It Itwas I Itwas
was WI Impossible Impo5lb e to help them tm Three Thre offi officers omI otficars ¬
cars I and thirtyeight tMryellht passengers pISlngen ware wer sub gubaetjueiiti aub8luer subsetenty
aetjueiiti 8luer t l rescued red from the rigging riggingKXnIFS rlggllg rlggllgBXrfIFE riggingixwiii
KXnIFS AFTER AFFR JOE HERBERT HERBERTfor HBRBERt HBRBERtrot
for the Third Tiue Twe fehei Iles Begun Delu Contempt ContemptiTowtUlrnH Contemptlootdl1 ContemptProoec1ins
iTowtUlrnH lootdl1 to Get Her 1f Alimony AlimonyFor AUwonyFor AlimonyFor
For the third thir time tme since lrce his wife divorced divorcedhim divorc divordhim
him In 1885 J 9S Joseph JOeph W Herbert Heb the te actor actorhas ar arh actorbaa
has h been up In the Supreme Supre Court Cur In con contempt conteLtIt ¬ i itlmJt
tempt tlmJt proceedings SJxeelnga for falling faing to pay py aU alimony aUmon aUroony ¬
mony monyMn mon roonyMrs
monMI Mn MI Herbert Hsrber resumed rowe her maiden name nameand na naand nainsand
and Is i now known as Miss Ml Nanette L For Forchelnier Forcheler Forchelnier
chelnier cheler In the latest latet proceedings prings alto ahebrought Be Bebrought altobrought
brought against aga1nt her former lorer husband hubd she shesays shesays e esYI
says sYI that tat she U 1 entitled entiled for life under the thedivorce thedivor thedivorce
divorce divor decree she he obtained obtaine from fr Supreme SupremeCourt Suprme SuprmeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Justice Ju tc Pryor Por on Sept 23 1893 J8S to t
20 2 a week we weekalimonytogethsr alimony almony together with the Otis cuatody CU Otistody
tody ty of Joseph Joeph W Herbert Herber Jr who to now
17 1 yearn yeaI old oldShe oldShe I
She had him adjudged adjudge in contempt contept twice twiceIn twloeIn twiceIll
In 1890 189ud 1896aHd and thereafter therfer he was wa fairly fairy fairlyprompt fairlypromptuntil prompt promptuntil promptuntU
until last lat spring Iprln when he stopped topp making makingthe mkng mkngthe makingthe
the usual uual payments payent By November Novmber he hefell helell hefall
fell Into arrears arr to the extent of I486 m and andthen andIhe andthen
then Ihe she instituted IIU ute contempt cntempt proceedings proceedingsalleging prolngl prolnglaleging proceedingsalleging
alleging aleging that tat ho la I earning earnng 1390 t 30 a week weekHerbert wok wokHerber weekHerbert
Herbert Herber was served Bered at the te Kokerbkor KokerbkorTetre KnickerbockerTheatre Knickerbocker KnickerbockerTheatre
Theatre Tetre on Dec De 8 and he promptly prompty paid pid
10 1100 down to obtain a delay dely of the proceed proceedings proc prooeedIngs ¬
ings Between Betwen that date andthe argument argumentof arguent arguentof
of the contempt cntempt motion moton he paid pid her anothr anothr3O
360 3 so that be heW was only 135 In arrears arrearswhen arrrs arrrswhen arrearswhen
when Justice Jut Leventrltt Lventrllt adjudged adudge him In Incontempt Incont incontempt
contempt cont pt a a few fe days day ago and ordered him himto himto himto
to pay
payTO
TO CALL Cl 4Li AFTER lIE lE DIES DIESMan ll llllan 1PRMan
Man to Be Hanged Haned PromUes Promis to Visit Ial isIt C cn cn1flman cgreumao n nTruman
DlxonTwo Dixon To After Death DrathBUTT Deathflirtri
1flman greumao Truman Days DU Aft Dfatb Dfatbt
BUTT t Mon March M rh 9 OL L H Molt Mot a awife awife awife
wife murderer murfrr who Is to be b hanged at Mia Mlisoula Miasoula Mi Misoula
soula on March Marh IS 1 has sent Int a letter leter to Con Congressman Congrmn Congr ¬
gressman gr esmsn Joseph Joph Dixon Dion at Washington WashingtonInforming Waabngon WaabngonInforing Washingtoninforming
grmn Informing Inforing him that he will wi visit vllli him on onSunday onAtnday onSunday
20 at 10 oclock In the
Sunday Atnday March ocok even evenIng ecnIng evening
Ing Today Today Mott Mott explained exlaine hi hip letter letterby lettlr lettlrb letterby
by b saying that he means men to moke mk himself himselfknown himlf himlfliown himselfbnown
known liown to Congressman Congeman Dixon in order orde to tofulfil tofulfil
fulfil fulfl a promise Jromls to demonstrate demonltrto the ex existence extstente x ¬
istence htent of life le after afer death deth Mott said saidDlxon sid saidDixon
Dixon Dion and myself mylf have hve havobeen been bn close olo friends friendsfor friendsfor friendsfor
for years I may state tte truthfully truthrl thathe thathehas thathe thatheha thatbehas
has ha been bn my friendly frierly adviser avlr solely slely Upon Uponmany Uponmy Uponmany
many occasions olon for the last ten years Ytf we wehave welave wehave
my
lave have discussed dlsrt religion rlgion and the tlf probable probablefuture probble probblefuture probablefuture
future state Itate Joe Jo was an athelu helt and ad we weread weread weread
read Paine Huxley and an Ingersoll In l and andargued andarguf andargued
merits meritsDlxon meritspixon
argued their relative merit
arguf Dlxon and nd I pledged pledge each eh other that In Incose Inc incase
case of death deth we would make mk the living livingparty Uvlngparty livingparty
c
party a call cl at If 1t P M P Just Jut two days dn after afterdeath afterdeth afterdeath
death deth Hence lfnoe my promise prmle to him T Tfeel rfel Ifeel
feel fel thai thI Dixon looks lok upon me as s a firm firmfriend fr tirmnfriend
friend and ardent admirer admir having hvlnl a loyalty loyaltyof Joyaly Joyalyof
of friendship that death deth cannot quench quenchDEVEY quenchDEWEVS I I II IDEWE
DEVEY rOBT rOR PORT WINE AND GRAPE JlllCK JlllCKAre I11ICXAr tICE tICEAr
Are Ar superior for your sicK ael can OBWH canH i iT
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1AWK1NG UWKIlU FOR OR HIM HIMThey I ITe hIMThey
They Te Filled Flf the Corridors Corrldor of the PMt POt Office OfficeDepartment ume umeUllptmtnt omeDepartment
Department Ullptmtnt With Wth language lnrle When WhenThey Whent WhenThey
They t Learned lAarne That Tat He le Wa on the theKick theHick theNick
Kick IJt UtTo To Investigate Ineliale Urlatow OrlalowWUIUNOTON IIrIitowWAsIworoN UrlatowWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON March 9 PoatraasterGen GPotallterOen GPotallterOenernl 9PosbnasterOeneral PoatraasterGenernl
ernl Payne Paye who Is nursing nuig a gouty foot In Inhla Inhis inhis
his apartments aprtmentat at the Arlington ArlDgtn Hotel Hoteland Hotl Hotland Hoistand
and Fourth Fouh Assistant Altnt PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralBriatow PotmOterOeneral PotmOterOeneralBrtow
Briatow Brtow who is II on the list 1st of convalescents convalescentsfrom cnyalecente cnyalecentefrom
from grip grp are ar disposed dlBp to regard their thir ail ailments al allments ¬
ments as a blessings blelng In disguise diguis They Tey were werelucky wer wereiticky
lucky luckybecau because they could not notgo go to tothe the Post PostOffice Postorce PostOffice
Office orce Department Dprtment today toay A fair proportion proportionof prprtion prprtionof
of the 151 members member of Congress Cngr men mentioned mentone menhoned ¬
honed tone in the recent reont supplemental lupp1ementi Bristow Bristowreport Brstow Brstowrprt Bristowreport
report rprt were wer at the Department Dprment this morn morning momInK mornlag ¬
InK before bfor Congress Congl convened cnvened and they theywere theywore theyware
were all allookr looking for Mr Payne Paye Mr Bristow Bristowand Bristowand rlltow rlltowand
and trouble troubleThe troubleThe troubleThe
The spectacle sptcle of a disgruntled digrntled Senator Bntor or orRepresentative orHeplntatvo ortepresontativo
Representative Heplntatvo wandering Wadering In the corridors corridorsof crridor crridorof
of the Post Office orc Department Dprtment or any al other otherDepartment otherDepsrtment otherDepartment
Department for that matter mater Is not an anunusual anunusual anunusual
unusual one but the 10 sight Ilglt of two dozen dozenindignant dozn doznidlinant doaenIndignant
indignant idlinant statesmen sttesmen all bound on the thesame theIme thesame
same Ime errand ernd and all al after arer the same sm man manis mln mlnIs manis
is calculated mlculate to excite excl6 considerable com comment cm cmmentand cornmontand ¬
ment mentand and it did didThe didThe didThe
The objective objetve point for all of them themwas tbe tbewas themwas
was Fourth Fourh Assistant ABltant PostmasterGen PostmasterGeneral PostmuterQ ¬
eral Bristows Brstows office most mot of them hav having havIn haying ¬
ing In heard hor that Mr Bristow Brtow had returned returnedto
to his bll desk dek hut lt Monday When len they theywere theywere theywere
of ofvisiting ofvisiing ofvisiting
were Informed Infonne that the exertion eerion
visiting visiing the scene of his labors labr had proved provedtoo prved prvedto provedtoo
too to much for the Ih Fourth Assistant Aseltnt and that thathe thathe thatho
he wouldnt muc try it again for some time timethere tme tmethere timethere
there was 1U considerable cnsderable language lanuge used usedami use useand usedad
and some of the members mebers glared glr around aroundan arnd arndM
an if they wanted to wrftalt wll their vengeance vengeanceon vengenc vengencun
on the furniture furnitureThen furlture furltureTen furnitureThen
Then Ten they the adjourned adjourne en masse to the thePostmasterGenerals thepotuterOenerals thepostmasterGenerals
PostmasterGenerals potuterOenerals office ole Intending to toprotest toprot toprotest
protest prot t to Mr Payne Paye against againt the te conduct conductof cnduct cnductof
of that man Bristow Drtow But here they met meta
a second soond bitter biter disappointment dlppolntment when It Itwaa ItWI itwas
was WI learned lerne that the PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneralwaa P0tmlterOener
was 1 able to sit up and take nourishment nourishmentbut nourlhment nourlhmentbut
but not quite well wel enough to direct diret tho thoaffairs thoalall theaffairs
affairs alall of his hl Department DepartmentThe Deprtment DeprtmentThe
The party prty of Congressmen Cngrme whose Wh08 ranks ronknbad rakR rakRhd ranksbad
bad hd been ben considerably cnalderably augmented augmenlo during duringtho duringthe I Itho
tho march mah back bck and forth forb and ad whose wbo tem tempers temprs ternpets ¬
pets were wee not noticeably notcl Improved by bythe bytbe bythe
prs the tbe process prO then went In search sh of acting actingPostmasterGeneral atlnc atlncPohnateren actingPostmasterGeneral
PostmasterGeneral Pohnateren Wynne Wyno But Mr MrWynne M MrWynne
Wynne was either very busy elsewhere elsewhereor el8wher el8wheror
or had h seen n them coming comin for he didnt didntappear didntapp didntappear
during the time his office was be besieged bell bealeged ¬
appear app dunl tme hl ofc W
sieged siegedAfter alegedAfter
ll After Ar r wandering waderi around the corridors corridorsfor crrdot crrdotror
for some eme tune ti longer 10gr and listening Ilstennl to soy several BV BVeral soyeral ¬
eral impromptu Ipromptu addressee addr by b members membersof membr membrof
of the party most mOt of the t Congressmen Congressmenleft Cnlsmen Cnlsmen16f
left 16f for the Jy Capitol Ciol where they tot I off steam steamthis lt steamthis
this thlafteroon afternoon and ad exhausted exhaute the resources resourcesof rr rrof
of parliamentary palint language laga and some I that thatwaa tht thtWI thatwas
was WI not parliamentary iin ntiuy In InclDI calling Mr MrBristow MrBrtow MrEriato
Bristow Brtow Eriato names Dm Dmi paty and In i describing d de cribing lbl his h con conduot 0 conduct
duct duotCongress dua ductCommgr
Congress Commgr asked for the te supplemental supplementalreport Ilpplmet supplementalreport
report Cng and ad now D ue that tht it t has h It there tb1 Is the thebiggest te tebiiet theb1gest
biggest repr biiet kind knd of an a Indignation ind ton meeting meetingbecause met meetingbecauseof
beaaof becauseof because of Its lt contents cntn Department Depment offi officials m mcall fficIls ¬
cials call say BY moreover mrve that th there te is 1 1 no n ground groundfor gund gundfor
for the present pt excitement ezctementover over the sup supplemental sp sppleetl supplemental ¬
plemental report Tho report makes no nocharge nochre nocharges
pleetl rprt rprt ne
charge chre but sImply smply gives glve the names uae of ofCongressmen orCDe ofCongressmen
Congressmen CDe concerned In the lease le cases casesand ca caand casesand
cn
and clerk cl hire hir allowances alwae aa specifically specificallydemanded speciicaly speciicalydomnded specicaflydomanded
demanded domnded by the the Post Office Ole Committee CommitteeThe Cmtt CommitteeThe
The he Congressmen Congren who were at the te De Department Deptet Departmeut ¬
however couldnt eee eeethe seethe
partment ptet today tody culdnt e
the matter mater in n that tht light lightWhat Igbt IgbtWhat lightWhat
What right rigf had hd that man Bristow to toput toput toput
put all that stuff stl about mo In the te same sameparagraph sme smeprph sameparagraph
al tl
paragraph prph with rfereno reference to a convicted convictedfelon cnvloted cnvlotedte10n convictedfelon
felon demanded demnde one of them today todaywith ty tywt today11k
wt with 11k almost tearful trul emphasis empba1 Ill Il bo boalmost b bealmost
almost alnOt am afraid lrld hereafter herter to t write wit a letter letterof leter leterof lefterof
of recommendation rmedton for any ay constituent constituentAnd oonltUuent oonltUuentAnd constItuentAudthatsthoway
And Audthatsthoway thats tts the way wy a good gO many my of them themfeel tbe themfeel m mte
feel te about abt it itThe i ItThe
The TlllOltWent excitement following folwig the te publication publicationof publction publctionof
of the supplemental auplmetl report rpor U I It has b done donenothing donenotblg donenothing
notblg nothing else ele baa b shown own that tt tame tau and andpopularity ad adppult andpopularity
popularity ppult are very ver unstable untbl quantities quantitiesFor qunttl
For Fo six I months mot Bristow Brtow was the t big man m of ofthe o ofthe
the fearless fearlessinvestigator fearlessInvestigator
the Pout POlt Office Otc Department Dpret te frle
investigator Invetaatr the enemy eney of corruption corruptionthe crptn crptnthe
the pride of public publo life Today Toay he is isahnoateverythlngjust I isalmoeteverythlngjuat
ahnoateverythlngjust Jut the opposite that the thefluent theuant
alOtevertlnR oppit tt te tefuent
fluent fuent uant tongue tngue and ad fertile terle IglUn Imagination of ofthe otthe ofthe
the average averge Congressman Cngrmn can cn paint pit him himIncidentally bUnIncidentally
Incidentally Inldentl It is 11 more than tn probable probablethat probbJe probbJetht probablethat
that tht before befor the discussion dUlon of Mr M Briatowa Bitow Bitowdea Bristowsdeeds Briatowadeeds
deeds dea and misdeeds mies is 1 concluded cnclude some am one oneof oneof oneof
of the 151 1 Indignant and outraged outr Con Congressmen Congete Congreaimen ¬
gressmen who are a camping on Mr Bristows Bristowstrail Britows BritowsIraU Bristowstrail
trail gete will read r to the House HOll the teletr letter written writtenby wdUel writtenby
by former forr w Superintendent Suprintendent Louis Lw of the thesalary Ihesla thesalary
salary sla and allowance alowan division diviion In which he heassorted hert beasserted
assorted rt that II t the te first ft thing tne Briatow Btow found foundwhen fou foundwhen
when bobegan he bga to investigate inv0tgal that t branch brach of ofthe otthe ofthe
the postal pt service sric scandals lca dealing del with withirregularities withigte withrcgulariUee
irregularities hi appointment was that his hisown hl hisown
igte i appintment tt
own ow father tathe and son en bad been bn railroaded railroadedinto rnroe railroadedinto
into Ito the te service amc by his hi aid and assistance assistanceFrom ulto assistanceFrom
From F present prent Indications Indlctona it la I more morethan marthan morethan
than probable prbble that Representative Reprentatv Butlers Butlersadvice Butra Butraahioeto Butlersadvice
ahioeto advice to l the House today ty Bristow Brtw has haaInvestigated ha hasInvestigated
Investigated Invetated us now lets Investigate Invetat Bris Bristow Bri Enstow ¬
tow will 11 be accepted aopte and that the office oto of ofFourth otFouh ofFourth
Fourth Fouh Assistant Ait PostmasterGeneral PobnuterGneral will willbe wl willbe
be the te scene of considerable cnldllrable activity acvity for forsome forlome forsome
some time timefo to come comeSIOVX comeMOlX comeSIOUX
I
SIOUX FALLS DECREE DECREE UPSET VPSETNow IPSET IPSETNo UPSETNow
Now No Mri Ilrl Mr Ue UI Wlnti Dtl Htaband Hnand Gets Get a aDivorce aUIoro aDiVorce
Divorce UIoro In l Brooklyn BrooklynSupremo oolr BreoklyiSupreme
Supremo Court Justice JUtO Dickey Dloky In Brook Brooklyn Brk Brklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn yesterday yeBter for the t second ecnd time tie within withina withn withna
ruled that a South Dakota divorce divorceIs
a year er rd th I SU Dao dlvol
Is Invalid In this thl State and ad granted grated a de decree d doores ¬
ores cr of divorce dlvl to t John Joh P R De D Whit of ofHempstead ofHempeta ofHempetead
Hempstead Hempeta L I I from Millie MIUe B De D Wlnt WlntThe WlntTe WintThe
The Te evidence evldno showed that t the defendant defendanthod dfendant dfendantha
had ha lived for several Iveral months at Hemp Hempstead Hempatea hempstead
stead atea New York city olt and elawher elsewhere with withHenry wlb wlbHenry withHenry
Henry P Keith e a former forer Assistant Alstt Dis District Dil Diainlet ¬
inlet Attorney AttrY Attorn y of Queens Quen county oount to whom whomshe whomBhe whomshe
she had habn been married maid after she had got a adivorce adivr adivorce
divorce divr at Sioux Falls Fall Counsel Cll for the thedefendant thedefendant thedefendant
defendant asserted Ired that his client want wnt to toSouth toSuth toSouth
South Suth Dakota Daota solely sle Ii for the purpose P rl of ofmaking ofmaln ofmolting
making maln It her hr permanent pranent home hoe He urged urgedthat urgd urgdtht urgedthat
that tht her hr chief che reason run was wa the need ned of a achange aohanp achange
change of air Ir for her hr child childPeople cblldPeople childPeople
People dont go 1 to South uth Dakota In InDecember InDmbr InDecember
December Dmbr for the te air said ald Justice Justc Dlckoy Dlckoyatr Diekeyafter Dlckoyafter
after a burst of laughter They Th go for fordivorces fordlvrll fordivorces
atr 1
divorces dlvrll divorces She would have gone gn to southern southernCalifornia luthrn luthrnCaliforia southernCahifor
California Califoria Cahifor la If ozone ozon was a factor tar In Inducing Inducingher Inducingbr
her br to go West Unquestionably Unquatonably to my mymind mymind mymind
mind she Ihe want wpnt to g ft get l a divorce dlvl A decree decreefor dec decreefor
for or the thl husband husbandlawhat hub husbatd1ftwhat nd ndIIwht
lawhat IIwht othir otbe way CAB C fitly fty r reia rests ota be b M a will wel ta tavoted 1 Isvested
voted for or a Sloan rouoc perron Ot7 U In 11 n a aCp ropr ot otTh Tfe Four TourTrark FourTarl Fourftw
Trark Tarl r Ntwa a JOUDt for or lMt I Jt f five t tIt t vent tflt at oewscKaltn ne < nlt nltr
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1
LIEVT JIWI HAINKS 1l11 DISMISSED DISMISSEDnerenur DISMISSEDflevenuc ll IliSEl IliSElRcrnuf
nerenur cutter Cuttr Officer Guilty GoII Gaul of Conduct ConductTACOMA ConduotCIooDlns Conducttmmbecornlng
CIooDlns tmmbecornlng al an omor omorTc Offloer OffloerTAcoMA
TACOMA Tc U Wash March Malh 9 IILeut 9Lient Lieut Oscar OscarG OI r rO
G 1 Haines Iatnes of Camden CmdenN K J has ba been ben die dismissed dl dlmlB dieminted ¬
missed mlB from the revenue cutter service serviceHe serviceHe rvlre rvlreHe
He was OB tried tre by bya a acourtmnartiailaetrnonth acourtmnartiailaetrnonthfor courtmartial courtmrtal last lat month monthfor monthtorlonduct
for torlonduct conduct unbecoming an officer orcer and andgentleman andgenleran andgentleman
gentleman genleran In his relations rlatons with wlhlrs withUrs Mra Fannie FannieFobs Fan FannieFobs le leobs
Fobs obs a widow of New York The ver verdict verdict verdiet ¬
dict of the court cotrt was 1 dismissal dsmll A tele telegram telegrm talegram ¬
gram grm from Washington says ss that that Presi President PI PIdent President ¬
dent Roosevelt lto velt yesterday elltorda confirmed cnfrmed the theverdict tbeverdict theverdict
verdict verdictMrs verdictMrs verdictMrs
Mrs Fobs Fob charged betrayal btrayal under promise promiseof prml e eof
of marriage marrige last l spring prior to Rainess Rainessdeparture Halneosdeprtur Haineesdepartuie
departure deprtur for Alaska Alaka on the thereeluo revenue cutter cutterManning outer outerMnning cutterManning
Manning Mnning At his hi request uet she spent spnt part prt of ofthe oftho ofthe
the summer sumer with mi his bI parenU prentJat parentast at Camden Camdenthence Oimdenthenc Camdenthence
thence thenc going to New York where she Ihe be became became became ¬
came a model in a cloak clok store She earned erned
700 70 for her trousseau troUu and to pay py her h r ex expenses fX fXpn6ln axpensts ¬
penses pn6ln in coming West Wet to marry Haines HainesOn HainesOn IhainesOn
On Halness Halnelo return rtlnt he declined declned to marry marryher marryher
her She met the cutter cutlr Manning at Port PortTownnend PortTownlnd PortTownsend
Townsend TownnendiroiMv Townlnd TownlndW4
iroiMv s HIAns IliA I1I4 PS STlU TIIIKF CHASE CHASEMr tIl4 4M 4MIn SE SEMrs
Mr In Urey rl irabtirrt rabud the Burglar lurlar but lie llrBroke II lieUroke
Broke Away A AwayCauslit 11cuslt Causlit In Broadway BroadwayMrs Iraadwa IraadwaMr liroadwayMrs
Mrs Mr Marian aran tray < ry of 05 0 Wet Wet Thirtysixth Thirtysixthstreet ThlrtIIh ThlrtIIhstrt Thirtysixthstreet
street strt went out for an al airing yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeterday yeterdayafernoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon afernoon after a weeks weks illness Ine and ad when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she got bock bk to her apartment she mirprised mirprisedtwo Hurprl d dtwo
two burglars burglamOne bur burglarsOne < < alll alllOne
One was on 01 watch wath outside out lde her door and andhe andhe andhe
he ran rn by her and ald got away The second secondman lod lodmn secondman
man mn wa wOin was in the apartment aputent when Mrs Al Grey Greypoked Oreypke Greypoked
poked pke her hlr head through the open opn door doorHe doorle doorHe
He le made a break to get away but Mm MmGrey MrsGrey 1
Grey grappled with him himThe himbe hImThe
The be thief struggled Itrgd to get t free fr and finally finallysucceeded fnaly fnalysuC finallysucceeded
succeeded suC d He went down the stairs stairsjumping Ilalr stai staijumping
jumping Jurplnc and Mrs 1rl Grey GI gave chase cbl all allthe al allthe
the while whie yelling elng loudly for help helpThe helple helpThe
The le thief ran ra to Sixth avenue and Ild by y the thetime thetme thetime
time tme be reached rlached the corner crner a dozen dozn men menwere menwere menwere
were in pursuit punll He turned turne north and andthrew andthrew amidthrew
threw Into a hallway hllway a pair of opera glasses glassesbelonging glassesbelonging
belonging blong lg to Mrs M Grey Mrs Mn Grey opra rey stopped stoppedloug stoppedlong
long enough enugh to recover TTer her property proprty and andthen andtben andthen
then put after the thief again againWhen agal againWhen
When Whe the pursued puruf man mn turned turne into Thirty Thirtyseventh Thlrt Thlrtsventh Thirtyseventh
seventh sventh street Itrt and made mae toward Broad Broadway Bro Breedway ¬
way ay a good go sized siZ crowd was at his hi heels heelsAt heeil healsAt
At Broadway Brdway a north and a couth bound boundcar boundc boundcar
car c were on the crossing or0ln < < and the thief thif was waagoing 111 wasgoing
going so fast that tblt he ran into the th north northbound nort northbound ¬
bound bund car carBefore cr crBefore carBefore
Before he could culd recover rever himself hln lf Doml Domlnick Dominick Domninick
nick Lewis Lwl of 350 30 East Et SIxtyflftli Sixtyfitb street streetpounced stret stretpunce streetpounced
pounced punce on him The Te thief tief was Wa a muscular muscularfellow musculr musculrIelow muscularfallow
fellow Ielow and would have got away aw y from fromLewis IromLi fromLewis
Lewis Li If the crowd cowd had not not taken tak n a a hand handWith hndWih bandWith
With Wih the crowd crwd come ce a policeman plcman who whotook whotook whotook
took charge chare of the tle prisoner prisonerAt proner pronerAt
At the Tenderloin station ItaUon he said el lie liewas hewas tiewas
was Harry Sharp Shar an electrician e1etrl electnl lan of 447 447West 44 447West
West W t Fiftyeighth FryelgMbstrt street He had several severalletters sovellllet1 severallettbrs
letters let1 In his hi pocket pket addressed addroSe to t Robert RobertMoCue Rbert RobertMcCue
MoCue Mce of 244 West W t Thirtysixth TlrYlxth street streetSAVES Itrt ItrtaUES streetS4VES
SAVES A 4 GIRL 01 AXD D A 4 RAttY RAttYHl IUB IUBPuoe 114111111k
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Puoe I D k Hl 111k Ibje y yP6Uoetnan i iF ha har4ikuny
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P6Uoetnan P Uoemnn n DlUemuth Dimtb Dlflem th of the te theAdama Adams dllBtret dllBtretstaton street streetstation atreetstation
station staton Brooklyn Bky was commended cmmende by byhis b bhi bybiscaptalnamid
his hi biscaptalnamid captain cpln and a a number nub of men mn and aDdWomen aDdWomentor women womenfor womenfor
for saving a baby bby and an a I nursemaid nltemd from frombeing fm fmbelnl frombeIng
being run r over ove by a runaway runwaYleam team In Pierre Plerrepont Pierre Pierrepont
pont pnt street Btet last l t night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The team tem was wa attached atthe to a wagon be belonging belonlng belonging ¬
longing to Hamilton Hamiton NOM A Co dealers dealersIn deaer
In leather le ther goods gos at 74 West Wet Twentythird Twentythirdstreet Tentythrd TentythrdItt Twentythirdstreet
street Itt Manhattan fanhtan At Fulton 1on and Orange Orangestreets Orangestt Orangestreets
streets stt a Court urt streat Itmt oar c ran Into the thewagon tbeWl0n thewagon
wagon Wl0n and frightened Irlghtne the horses horsesThey bor8 horsesThey
They Tey ran through Orange and Willow Willowstreet Wiow WiowItretl Willowstreets
street Itretl to Piorrepont Plorrfpn street pursued purluo by byDlUemuth byDioutb byDiilewuth
DlUemuth Dioutb The policeman polcemn had hld almost almostcaught almolltcaught almostcaught
caught up with wth the team ler when he saw sawMiss sawMiss W WMIB
Miss MIB Mary Mar McGnlre McOttr trundling tnrdlng a baby car carriage carrage carniage ¬
riage rage across arol Pierrepont Perrepnt street stt Dillemuth Dillemuthmade Diemuth Diemuthmade Dhilemuthmade
made a spurt and got ahead aed of the horses horsesIn hOre horsesIn
In a jiffy he pushed the te girl and baby car carriage carrlage al ¬
rlage out of the way and grabbed Irabbtd one UI6 of ofthe ofthe I
the horses horsesThe hors horsThe horsesThe
The baby carriage was overturned overturle and andthe antithe
the baby was thrown thrw out but not 10t hurt hurtThe hurtThe I
The nurse nun girl rl had bd been thrown throw around aroundso arund i
so 8 lively lvel that she didnt recover ronr for a few fewminutes fewmnute fewminutes
minutes minutesDillemuth mnute minutesDillemuth
Dillemuth Diaut was 11Idragge wasdraggod dragged a block blookblforehe blookblforehestoppe before he hestopped bestopped
stopped stoppe the horses horse Hla uniform unior has b torn tornand tm tmand tornand
and he was badly bdly bruised bre He took tk the theteam tbetem theteam
team tem to t the te Adams Adm street eut station lttion and then thenSergt thenBert thenSergt
Sergt McCarthy McrtlY told tol him to go home homeDillemuth homeDiouth homeDillemnuth
Dillemuth Diouth said std hed change chnle his uniform uniformand Wlfor uniformand
and go g back bck on o post pOt So many mny people peoplecame peple peplece peoplecame
came ce into int the lh station to toprlo praise Dillemuth Dillemuthand Dlemtth DlUezntithand
and protested protete against aglnt him going back to towork towork t twork I
work that tt the sergeant finally fnly ordered oner him himto himto himto
to go home or face fac a charge of Insubordina Insubordination Ilordlna Ilordlnalon ¬
lion lionODEILS tionODELLS
lon lonODIUf
ODELLS ODIUf GOOD ROADS 10A 1 RECORD RECORDAdvocates REORDAdvoot I1EORDAdvocates
Advocates Advoot of the Improvement Impovmen Know So That ThatHe Tat TatHe ThatHe
He Has B Broken Boken Faith Fih With Ib Them ThemALBANY Tem TemAtIN ThemAtwrr
ALBANY AtIN March Mrh 9 DTe 9The The advocates avof of good goodroads goo goodroads
roads am a continuing cntnuing their th campaign Inthe IntheInterests IntheIntort intheinterests
Interests Intort of the farmers larers and the people peoplewho pople poplewho peoplewho
who are clamoring camorng for good ao road Today Todaythese Toay Toaythee Todaythese
these thee people appeared appear in force for before bfore the theAssembly theAuembly theAssembly
Assembly peope Ways Way and Means Committee mmltee and andshowed andabowed andshowed
showed that Goy Odell had bd broken brokln faith faithwith taih taihwth tatthwith
with wth them thomcncrnlng themeoncerning concerning a large larle appropriation appropriationfor appropriaton appropriatonfor
for Improved highways highwaysW hlghwaYI
W v Pierpont White Whie chairman of the thegood thegood
good 100 roads r as convention co enUon In 1 a statement statementIssued stat ment mentissued
ISued Issued today says ny that the Governor Oovrnor in inhis Inbll Inhis
his message rle and in many public publo utter utterances uUrance utterances ¬
ances ance has b always aiwYI claimed claime to be In favor favorof favorof favorof
of good go roads ros that he said to great grt Is lathe Isthe isthe
the demand for l r State aid that tht It I will wi soon soonbecome soonbecome oonbomo
become bomo necessary necery to have recourse IOUI to bond bondissues bondIUUM bondissues I
issues to t meet meL these increasing Inor lnr obliga obligations oblga obligalions ¬
lions but when ben the good roads advocates advocatescalled advocatescalled
tons KOo
roJs avoat
called cale on him and told him that the coun counties cou counties ¬ I i
ties tie and towns town had petitioned pttone for 4500 4500mile 46 4500miles
mile le of road roa and that last year ear twenty twentyseven tWlntyen
seven ven en count counUe counties lea had hd appropriated approprate i207812 i207812uthelr 3007813 3007813as
as uthelr their half of the cost of construe contro constructIng tins ng
470 miles mies of road roa and asked we that the State Stateappropriate Stte Stteapproprate Stateappropriate
appropriate approprate a like Iku amount the Governor Governorsaid Governorsid Governorsaid
said that IZ000 2000000 could not be
sid 00 b appro appropriated ippropriated ppropriated ¬
priated without a return rotur to the direct dirt tar tarand tband tArand
and that the plan to bond the State for road roadImprovement rd rdImprovement roadimprovement
Improvement seemed s0me to him premature prematureSTOLE prematu prematulOE prematureSTOI1EN
STOLE lOE SWITCH 11 UNCLAIMED UNCLAIMEDNone UNCI4 tMJEDNone IJfEfl IJfEflone
None one of the Teacher T aclf In Public Pblc School cboo cbooWi 9 9Will 2will I
Will Wi Admit Admt Its I Ownership OwnershipThe OlttP OlttPTe Oniersb1pThe
The Te switch swich of auburn hair har which hch was waspart W Wpr waspart
part pr of the stuff atut stolen In Public Pblo School Bbl
2 at 169th 181th street strt and Third Tr avenueon Monday MondayIs MOdy MOdyIs
Is still Btl unclaimed unclame at the Morrison 1lorrla la station stationDetective sttion sttionDeUve stationDetctive
Detective Murtha who w recovered the theBwltchsent theswitcheent
olethe olethefwlcnlnt
Bwltchsent fwlcnlnt It to toPrnopal Principal Traub T1 yesterday yesterdayto Ylt ay ayto
to Do Druml returned to the owner ower JThe Te Tho principal principalsummoned pr prin 4pal 4palmmoned pl plummonedth
summoned ummonedth the twentyfive t itYIYe teachers t cert to the theassembly th theassembly
assembly Rmbly room ron andheld and hel up the switch switchbut lwt swftohsbutncitle
but h butncitle tnole noije would wold say NTIW oayit it was hers hr
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REFEREE FINDS FOR HORSE HORSEAXD MORSElA
AND A D MIlS UIS DODGE IS S00 SOON OO TO TOURI UK UKMRS lIEMRS
MRS URI MORSE 1WnSI AGAI AGAISo AOAIV AOAIVo
So 8 o Morse le lAwyer 1Wer Ny Ha siiiore lore Excused KxouttdLntll ExcusedEntli cnad cnadtnta
Lntll tnta May 1 b by > District Ollrlot Attorney Attorneyand Atorny Atornyant Attorneyand
and ant Oolni Goln Out or Town TownReftrr Towiifleferee Referee Find FindThat FindsThat
That lat Dodge 10die Lied lfd About Divorce Dnr Calf CaicThat CalfThat ColeThat
That Charles arles F Dodge wax 11 properly properlyserved properlySOrO properlyserved
served SOrO with a summons and authorized authorizedLawyer authorzed authorzedLwyer authorizedLawyer
Lawyer Lwyer Mortimer Ruger to appear appar for or him himIn hm hmIn himin
In the suit for divor divorce brought against againsthim agallt agallthim againsthim
him by Mr fn Clemence Dodge Doge who subse subsequently sube subeqU6nty subsoquentiymarried ¬
quently qU6nty quentiymarried Carried married Charles CharlC W Morse Is the thedecisionof thedecision thedecision
decisionof decision of Referee Refere William Wilam 0 Davies ap appointed appolntf appointed ¬
pointed polntf by Justice Truer Trua to take testimony testimonyon tetlmony tetlmonyon
on these points in a proceeding proeding brought broughtby
by Mr Morse whose whOe marriage to hire MrnDodge M MDoge hireDodge
Dodge Doge had been bn annulled annuli as I a result lul of the theannulment theannulment tImeannulment
annulment of her divorce divorceReferee dlvor divorceReferee
Referee Refer Daviess Davl ss report reprt was wa filed fle at 4 4oclock 4ocock 4oclock
oclock ocock and Samuel Untermyer counsel counselfor oOlnllel oOlnllelfor counselfor
for Mr Morse Mor Immediately Immeiately filed fll notice noticeof
of a motion moton to have the report reprt confirmed confirmedThis confrme confirmedTiii
This will wi be b heart Iea h before btol Justice Justce Truax on onFriday onrlda onFriday
Friday rlda and there Is no reason ralon to suppose supposethat suppoe suppoethat supposethat
that the tie lie report rpor will wi not l ho > e confirmed confirmedAH confrme
AH AI soon lon as It is confirmed conOrme Mr Unter Untermyer Untermyer Untermyer ¬
myer will wi ask alk for an order vacating vaatng the thedecree thederee thedecree
decree deree that annulled annule the Dodge Doge divorce divorceThis dtvolt dtvoltThill divorceThis
This application applcaton may be l6 made to any Su Supreme Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court Cour Justice JUlltCt With Wih the Dodge Dodgedivorce Doge Dogedivor Dodgedivorce
divorce divor reestablished rtabl he Mr Untermyer Mid Midlat sid sidllt saidlast
lat llt night the result fllt would wOlld be as a a matter matterof mter mterot
of practice pracice that that the relations of Mr and andMrs andMn andMcmi
Mrs Mn Mo MONe Morse me would be the same as a if their theirmarriage theirmarriage theirmarriage
marriage had never been ben annulled annule and andthere andthere andthere
there would ould be le no necessity nelty for a I remar remarriage remarriage reniarriago ¬
riage or any Iny proceeding proeding remaking them themman themmn themmaim
man mn and wife wifeThe wifeThe wifeThe
The referees refereel decision d ilion ends this tbl case caseright Ce Cergbt caseright
right rgbt here ber said Mr Untermyer UntermyerThe
The Dodge divorce divor was eat tl aside after afterDodge afer aferDge afterDodge
Dodge Dge had ha sworn that he never was served servedand servedand
and that he put In no appearance apparance through throughAttorney throughAtorney throughAttorney
Attorney Atorney Ruger Of evidence put in at the thehearing thehearing thehearing
hearing before b fore Referee Rfer Davies Davie to show showthat showthat
that there thtre was l collusion colusion In obtaining the thedivorce thedlvor thedivorce
divorce dlvor Mr Davies DavlC takes take no notice notc in his hisreport bhrport hisreport
report rport and hU hi decision U I an follows followsIn folows folowsIn
In a proceeding Involving Invovlnl the Bane ISle guns questlom qUulon gunstlomit
tlom lon before exJudge uJudg Ernest Eratt Hall us i referee refereethe rprtre rprtrethe refereethe
the defendant Charles Cbarlel F Dodge DOn w WIK was s pro produced prodUCd prodiiced ¬
duced dUCd a a as a I witness aud lud swore positively psitvely that thath thathe
h he had never been beel served sred with 1lb the summons summonsand SUllmOnl SUllmOnlInd summonsand
and Ind had never neer engaged Halcd an al attorney atorne to appear appearIn appcarII
In II the action acton testimony tltmon which fully tuly Justified Justifiedtha JusUled JusUledths justifiedthe
the report made by the referee rder Since 81nc the thabearing thebeArlnc thebearing
rprt
bearing before beor him however howevr In January last lasttwo ltt1O lasttwo
two t1O letter letel of the defendant have been bn dis discovered dl dlcyero dicovered ¬
covered The handwriting handwrllnl Is II proved by bywitnesses by1ltne bywitnesses
cyero witnesses 1ltne a and their authenticity authentcty Is not dis disputed dlapUlrd di diputed ¬
puted and these tbea letters lettrs place plac a very ory different differentaspect dllernt dllerntupect differentaspect
aspect upon the case cas In a letter of May ar 2 21S97
upect 1S97 191 addressed upn to the attorney atorOY who appeared appearedfor BPPared BPParedtor
for him In II the thl action aotol Mortimer huger Rutr Esq Esqthe ESQtbe Faqthe
the defendant dertndant Charles F Dodge Dodl distinctly distinctlystates dlaUncty dlaUnctystatll distimicUystates
states that be was served sred by Mr HweeUer HweeUerwith Ihreetr Ihreetrwih llweetserwith
statll with wih the thelummoD summons which be Inclosed and bis bisrecollection hllrecolecton hi hirecollection
recollection recolecton then was wa naturaly naturally clearer ceaer and andfresher andfrtber andfresher
fresher frtber than it I was Wi when he testified testfed before beforeexJudge beforeaxJudge
exJudge lxldi hall Hal more than six oh years yeaI later laterand latr latraud laterand
and In tath the same Ine latter leter he distinctly requested requestedMr nqu stod stodMr t
Mr Ir Riigerto appear for him In the th action acloQ for fordivorce fordiorc fordlv
Rilerto
divorce diorc dlv rce as his hi attorney attorneyTfitee Mtirnoy MtirnoyTl attorneyrhe1ettera
Tfitee rhe1ettera letters appear to me m to o be b berddvfncln1 absolutely absolutelyconvincing
Tl lettll appar t abolutI abolutIconlficni
convincing conlficni e I Iio do not 1o iiah attach Importance ImPrn to tothe tothl tothe
the thl reluctanceof rluctnc of Mrs lra Dodge Doce to Identlfrthe Identlfrthehandwriting Idea uT t1fythe t1fythehandwriting tl
handwriting In letters lettll which were so Im Important hapoitant ¬
landwrltlnl
portant to 0 her nor do I attach atach much muc weight weightto
to prant the alleged aleid suggestion ul8aUon of these thel Intern Iftrl by byMr b blr byMr
Mr lr Sweetaer 8etr the tht attorney atorney for the th plaintiff plaintiffIlls plahltl plaiptiffills
Ills HI expressed epreued desire to comply with Uh ttierulea ttieruleaof tterlc3 tterlc3of the rulea ruleaof
of the court curt and avoid lold a I public pUblo trial trialseems triaaeeD trialseems
aeeD seems to me m a plausible plaullble and reasonable reasonableexplanation raonable raonableexplanaton reasonableexplanation
explanation explanaton it ff his hi action acton Taking TaklDI this thisview tblaylew titleview
view of the case c It Is I unnecessary unnloary for me to toexpress toePrl1 toexpress
express ePrl1 any opinion upon the other points pointsraised plot plotraisd pointraised
raised raisd In the testimony teatmon I therefore thereor report reportas repr
as l findings fndln of fact factFirst ractlt factFirst
First lt that tlat the summons In this action acton was waspersonally waspersonally
prlnaly personally served aned on the defendant within wlblo the thecity thecty thecity
city cty of New York as set It forth In the tb judgment judgmentrecord Jldment Jldmentrflr judgmentrecord
record In this thl action acton and sndti andud andmecoud
rflr ti mecoud ooud ud that the attorney atorney who appeared appearedfor appard appardtor
for the defendant defendalt In I this thl thiaactlon action acon was 1 duly dul au authorized autborlZd authorlzd ¬
thorized tborlZd by I the said Ilddrrendsnt defendant so to appear appearor
or to Interpose Ilterpos a defence ddenu for the tb defendant defendanthereto deondant deondantberela defendantherein
hereto heretoCoincident hereinCoincident
berelaCincient Coincident Cincient with 1lh the to filing filig of the de decision detlllon dec1aion ¬
cision tlllon came clno the announcement anouncment that Mr MrMoire MrMorse
Moire lun 1 II is going out of town and would not notbe nt ntI notbe
be I required requr to go bfore before the Grand Jury Juryuntil JuryuntIl
until unt next nox May My Mr r Morse Mor told Assistant AssistantDistrict AssistantDistrict t tDiric
District Diric Attorney Atorney Rand Rnd that tht he thought thoughtho
ho was being big oppr oppressed in being bing subpoenaed subpoenaedevery subped subpedeTtr subpoenaedevery
every eTtr once ono In I a while hle and kept kep In I the city oltywhen ct ctwhen citywhen
when ha wanted wante to go away So S Mr M Rand Randrecalled Rnd Rndrle Randrecalled
recalled rle the last lalt subpoena Ibp na and gave e him a asubpoena a8ubpn asubpoena
subpoena 8ubpn for May 1 1The 1T6 IThe
The T6 District Ditric Attorneys Atorey office ofce got the theImpression IheImpron theirnprealon
Impression Impron that Mr Mono Mor la I going to toEurope toEur1 toEuroe
Europe Eur1 At the office otc of Mr M Untermyer UntermyerIt
It was S understood undeltood that Mr Morse Mor U 1 i to tostart toBtr tostart
start Btr early next week for a two week weektrip weekstrip
trip to southern louthem California Clrorola and Mexico MexicoWhether MexicoWhether elco elcoWhether
Whether or not not Mrs rs Dodge Doge will wi by b that thattime thattime thattime
time be b Mrs Mr Morse Mol again it la said ld that thatshe thatIhe thatshe
she Ihe will wi remain In takewood takewoodThe lkewo LekewoodThe
The District Attorneys Atorneys office ofo baa ba nits nitsponded IU IUpnde suepended
ponded pnde activities aclvtl In the DodgeMoraa DodgeMoraatangle DodgeMorsetangle
tangle tangleBenjamin tangleBenjamin
taugleBDjamln Benjamin BDjamln Btelnbardt Steinhrt A A H Hummtl Hummtllaw Hummellaw Hummelslaw
law partner prner has gone out of town tow for a avacation avaction avacation
vacation vacationWOMEff vaction vactionJOVEV vacationWOMEN
WOMEN JOVEV OPPOSE SUFFRAGE SUFFRAGEThey SlTFFR4GEt SUFFRAGEThey
They t Contend That There Tere I I Enough Enolih for forTheir forelr forTheir
Their elr Sex to Do D Outside Oltldl of t Politic PoliticAUUNT PUlN PUlNALAN PolitiesAumaNt
AUUNT ALAN March Marh 9 eSnator 9Senator Senator Stevens Stevensproposed Stevn Stevnproped Stevenssproposed
proped proposed constitutional oonstutonal amendment per permitting permittng permittlng ¬
mitting mittng women to vote ot for school Ihol officials officialsin orolal orolalIn
in cities oil was wa opposed today tooay by repre representative rpre rpreIMIntatvel reprooentatlvos ¬
sentative IMIntatvel of the to New York Yorl HI Hate HateWoman State StateWoman ate ateWoman
Woman Suffrage Association AlaUon before bfore the theSenate tbeSnat theSenate
Committee in inslated Inlisted Inslated
Senate Snat Judiciary Commite They Thy
slated that the great silent lient majority maority of ofwomen otwomn ofwomen
women womn were occupied oopld with the work of the theworld theword theworld
world word outside ou ldll of politic plto where whre they said saidthere lid lidthre saidthere
there thre is II plenty to doand enough enou < < h to t occupy occupyall otupy occupyall
all al the women of the world If they will wi put puttheir plt pltIhelr puttheir
their hands had to It ItAmong itAmong
Among Aong those thos who appeared appard in I opposition oppositionto oppsition
to the th amendment amendent were Mrs Mr Arthur ArthurDdg M MDodge hfDodge
Dodge Ddg Mrs MI Julian Julan Heath Mrs Mr Alfred AlfredMeyer Alrd AlrdMeyer AlfredMeyer
Meyer Mrs Gilbert Olbrt E Jones Mn Mr Franols
8 Bangs Bnge and Mrs George Oeorg Phillips Philpl of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city Mrs Mr Tunis Tnl Bergen Brgn and Mr MrLlndley Mrr hireLlndiey
Llndley Lndley Murray of Brooklyn Brklyn Mrs Richard RichardK Wehad WehadK
K Noye and Mrs Mr Ralph Rlph A Kellogg Keloi of ofBuffalo ofBuao ofBuffalo
Buffalo Buao Mrs Mr Philip Pblp Scbuyler Sbuyler Van Patton Paten of ofMount ofMont ofMoujt
Mount Mont Vernon Veron and Mrs James Mead Mea Belden Beldenof Bldon Bldonot
of Syracuse SyracuseA Brau
A A list of prominent women womn not 10t present presentbut prslnt prslntbut presentbut
but who opposed oppd woman suffrage lurtrale was waasubmitted WI WIsubmitted wassubmitted
submitted to the committee oommltt which In Included Includd ineluded ¬
eluded cludd Mrs Mn Douglas Doullal Robinson Rbinn a sister of ofPresident ofPresident
President Prsldent Roosevelt Roo nelt Mrs George Oeorg W WAldrldge WAldrlds WAIdridge
Aldrldge Aldrlds Mrs Mra Ellhu Elhu Root Rt lIre lr Richard RichardWaUwn RichardWa RichardWatson
Watson Wa n Glider Gidr Mrs Mr Lyman Abbott Abbtt Mrs MrsSt Mr MrSt MrsSt
St Clair McKelwayMrs MoKelway Mrl J West Weetlllvel Roosevelt RooseveltMra RooseveltMrs
Mrs Mr J V L Pruyn Pry and Miss Ida Tarbell TarbellAmong Tarbl TarbellAmong
Among those tbol who favored the bill bi were Mr MrW Mrsw r
W W Armstrong Arstrong wife of Senator Slnator Arm Armstrong AnnItrnr Jrmnstrong ¬
strong Itrnr and Mrs lr W V C Cannnlt Clnnltt Mrs 11n F P PVan 1 PVan
Van VI Heuwn UWln of Rochester Rch lllr and Mr n CroMette CroMetteof Crtte Crtteof
of Warsaw Waw
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SjttUJ pt n nr Ikeervi Mrvt WtUi mi Ubel 1 Lb1IIE i f
CZAR OWES 3100000000 3100000000Illi 10O 10OI 100000000Iii
Illi I Iii Itrportrd Rprll Contribution CtrlbuUol to the Fund Fundfor Fnd Fndfor Fundrot
for a New Navy NavyXptclal Nayptdl NavytpcoJ
Xptclal ptdl Cell CobDlp Dupttch tlo to Tn SUM SUMflT RlM RlMfT SunST
flT fT PETERSBURG PEBBsBuno March Marh 0 IIlt 9It It is stated statedthat statedthat tto
that tht the Czar Cr personally prnaly subscribes aubr c 200000 20
000 0 ruble rble to the thl navy nav fund fundThe fundTo fundThe
The To Society siety of Old Believers Bllevr a religious religioussect rlgous rlgous8et religionssect
sect 8et that tht refused rert to t acquiesce aule in certain certainliturgical cerlalnlurlca certainliturgical
liturgical lurlca changes chg0 in the Russian RUlan Church Churchtwo Curh Curhtwo Churchtwo
two centuries cnlulN ago agoll is said sd to have hw subscribed subribed
100000000 1000 rubles ruble to the same Bme fund fundThe fundThe fundThe
The Gear C has ha created cr l1te Capt Rudiueff Rudiueffcommander Rudlnertcmmander Rudineffcommander
commander cmmander of the lost IOt cruiser crullr Varlag Varag one oneof oneof oneof
of his personal Mrnal aides aidesDOESST aldNIJOIStTWlT aidesIOESVT
DOESST IJOIStTWlT WANT FILIPIXO WIFE WIFEUnit WIFEUtutlurbq IIIFEijemit
Unit Ututlurbq Durbank or the Regular Army Arm Trying Tryingto Tlnt
to Get Ills ii Marriage arlale Annant AnnantARSW AnnulledLaAvgNwomTn Annulled AnnulledTKAVKswp
TKAVKswp LaAvgNwomTn ARSW lln fJ Kim March Mab 9 GTh 9The The cue caseof cueof cueof
of First Lieut Lltut Sidney Idney H Burbank rbank Regular Regulararmy RII Regulararmy
army to annul annli an alleged allest marriage mariage with withMruConcepclon wih withMrs
MruConcepclon 11 Mrs Concpcion Concepclon Vasqiier a Filipino woma womaW womanwait woman womanwas
was W argued argue In I the District Court Cur today on a amotion amoion amotion
motion moion made by attorneys atoD Ys for the tbeWoma thewoman woman to tostrike 10Itrlko tostrike
strike Itrlko the petition pettion of Lieut Burbank Burbk from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the docket dokt U I was 1 argued age that tht the te court courthere cort corthert courthere
here has ha no jurisdiction Jurisicton over the person personof peon peonof
of the woman womal or the subject matter matt to tochange toohonKP tochange
change or correct corret marriage hrrlae or other Cthlr records recordsin recors recorsIn
in tho Philippine PhilippineJudge Ihlpplne PhilippinesJudge
Judge Gilpatrick Olpatrlck overruled overled the tb motion motionholding moton motonhold motionholding
holding hold lug that tht he had hd jurisdiction Iurialclon to try tr the thocase thewhlcl thecase
case which whlcl he ht set 10t for the April Apri term t Dun During Dr DrIng Dunlug ¬
ing the hearing hering u 1 cablegram from Gen GenWade OenWIde GsaWade
Wade WIde commander cmand of the Philippine Phippie di division division dlvision ¬
vision sent nt in i Novemberwa read rdln In which whichho whlcbhe whichlie
ho asked akN the court here to suspend Ilspend action actionuntil actoD actoDUlt actionuntil
until Ult Mrs Mr Burbank Burbnk as a he referred referP to t the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman could IH heard hord from A counter counterpetition ooUnt counterpetition
petition petton and n much ilcb evidence to prove a amarriage amarriage amarriage
marriage will 1 he filed tled for Mrs rl Vasquer Vasquerwithin Vaue7 Vaue7within Vasquezwithin
within twenty days daysHARV Ilal
HARV 111 MADE TDE TO DANCE DACKWoman DANCEoOan DANCEWonian
Woman oOan Carrie Clf the Child to t the Police FeliceStation Pele Pelenaton PoliceStation I
Station naton and Hal to the Mother Arrested ArrestedMiss Aresed AresedMii ArrestedMiss
Miss Mii Catherine Catherne Wolverton Wolvertn of 107 West WestEightyfourth WutFhtfourth WestEightyfourth
Eightyfourth Fhtfourth street tr waa W Just going lin in to toattend toatend toattend
attend atend a meeting meetnl of the Liberal Ibral Culture CultureClub Clure ClureCub CultureClub
aud Fiftyfourth street streetyesterday streetyesterday
Club Cub at Broadway Braway < Ffyrourt atrt atrtyesterday
yesterday afternoon atrDn whin whtn whtnher her attention attnUon was wasarrested wasarrlte wasarrested
arrested arrlte by 1y a tired tr baby baylancni dancing In front frontof lrnt lrntof frontof
of a street strt organ organThe orea organThe
The little tte girl seemed leemo ready read to drop dropbut drp drpblt dropbut
but blt every OVtr onoe in a while her br mother mther hook shookher hookher hookher
her savagely 1aely and the child danced danc on onMiss onMI onMiss
Miss MI Wolverton appealed appale to Policeman PolicemanKnipscher Plcma PolicemanKnipseher
Knipscher Knlpaher an4he arrested arted the handorgan handorganwoman haorgan haorganWoman handorganwoman
woman Then anqh len they started starte for the police policestation plO plOItaton policestatIon
station Itaton Miss I Wolverton Wolven and an Dennis DennisMoGrath Dnni DennisMcGrath
MoGrath Mcrah a messenger mnle boy by bringing up upthe upI upthe
the rear rearOn ra rearOn
I On the way they were wer Joined Joine by Police Policeman Polc Polcman Policeman ¬
man John Slowey Slowe who wh picked picke up the te baby babyand by byant babyand
and carried care it The mother mthr became be fran fractious fra franLions ¬
ant Lions UOU and a Slowey Sowey handed hane the baby to Miss MltWolverton MI MIWolveon MissWolverton
Wolverton Wolveon while whie he helped I l take tae along aoce the theprisoner te tepriner theprisoner
prisoner priner Miss YL Wolvertan Wolvrton carried ce the baby babythe by bythe babythe
the rest It of the way ay while whie Dennis Donl MoGrath MoGrathcarried Mcrah Mcrahce McGrathcarried
carried ce Miss L Wolvertona Wolvron muff muffThe mu muff5The
JTepner 5The The prisoner gaveher gave her name nam as Mary MaryQormanof Mr MaryWet
Qormanof ot HjW tt Wfi W Wet fc t70rnQI Tortfnloth street streetand streetand tt tta
thechild Katie Gorman GormanS
and a said that tatbocbd was Ke On
S years eIi old ol It was thinly t clothed oltf oltfU and andits
U its yea body by bodywu waa wa blue blu with wth the t a1d cold < 1ne The baby babywas ba bi1ywas
was 11 so 8 tired tr that thatuen thatsa as soon on as she was wiuO ws turned turnedover turnOdOver
over to totho tho station matron matnlhe she fellasleep fellasleepMiss feUulep feUulepM8 feliaaleepMiss
Miss mother M8 Wolverton Woltr made mae a a charge clae against aalnit the themother tr trmther tIremother
mther
DEAD At Ai A 104 104Mrs iO iOhire
1 1lira
Mrs Ann nD OConnor OCnO IM tId N Ne flpeelaolei flpeelaoleiShe 8pelaH 8pelaHe gpietaeIehe
She he e Had AU Her FaooUle FaooUleMrs Fot FacolhiesMrs
Mrs M Ann OConnor 104 years yr old died diedon die diedon
on Friday Fridy night lht at her home Jfli S9 drove drovestreet Crove Crovestret Irovestreet
street stret Jersey Jeey City CityShe CityShf CityShe
She Shf used Ue no glasses gle and possessed OI all allher al allher
her faculties facltie up to the tm time tme of her death deathSPEECHLESS deth dethSPEECHLE deathSPEECHLESS
SPEECHLESS S FOR FIVE FVB MONTHS MONTHSPreacher MONTHSPeche MONTHSPreacher
Preacher Peche Who be Lost Lol Hi I Voice In a Street StreetMbhap StneMlbp streetMishap
Mishap Mlbp Able t to Talk Tk Again AgainST AplnST AgainSv
ST Louis 1 March Marh 9 IIArter After being bilpb speech speechless speechlola ¬
less 1 for five lv ve mouths moths and ad two days 1 the theRev theRev theRev
Rev D DEvrtt Everett Standard Rtatd pastor ptor of 8t 8tLukes BtLks StLukes
Lukes Lks Methodist Yehot Episcopal Epioopa Church Chuc and anda ad ada
a student of medicine mecine awoke awok this th morn mornIng mor mornlag
Ing with confidence 9nfdenru that th he could culd speak speakHe Bpk BpkH speakHe
He H conveyed this tbl confidence cnfdenc to his wife wifemother wfe wfemoher wifemother
mother moher cnvy and father by means men of sign II lan language langage Iangusge ¬
guage and they the urged urKe biro to try tr It ItMamma Itmma itMamma
gage Mamma mma begun b 1 he and then tbe he said saidwith Bld Bldwltb saidwith
with a shout bou I i uUI tn < talkl talklOn takl taklOn talkiOn
On the evening evelc of Oct Ot 3 last lat Mr Standard Standardwas Bldud Bldudwu
was returning relurlng from downtown to his hl home homeHe homeHe homeHo
He got gt off the car at Jefferson Jeeron avenue avnue and andWyoming andWymig andWyoming
Wyoming Wymig street strt but the thoLr oar started ltre aa aahe a asho
he stepped toward towar the street atrt and he b fill fillin fel fellin
in a atepp sitting posture poRtur The fhecondctor conductor Wed aakedhim ued uedhim Wedhim
him If he was WI hurt hur he replied rpled that lie did didnot didnot didnot
not think thik so soThe soThe soThe
The car kept k pt on o and ad Mr Standard Stlr < arose aroseHe arol aroselie
He realized rlz nothing notbll more until unt he found foundhimself fOlnd fOlndhlmalf foundhimself
himself hlmalf on the other side of the street from fromhis trombla fromlila
his house hDI A stranger Itang r l 1e led d him bln home homeThat bow6That homeThat
That night lie le became bme unconscious ucoDllo and ld re remained remae nomakied ¬
mained so 8 for four fOlr day daY When he re regained r t tgained ¬
mae gained his senses la he 1 could cud not speak speakSpecialists speakf3peoiallttl pk pkSpla1t
gae Specialists Spla1t examined olld his bs vocal vocal cord cordand crd cordsamid
and decided deide that the th jolt of his hi fall bad hadcaused badoaua badcaused
caused oaua a pressure prr against the brain bral gov governing 10Verln governing ¬
erning erln the te centre cnt of speech pb From F that thattime thattme lusttime
time tme until unti today toay he has h been en unable to say saya 11 11a
a word wordCLlnBKD wordCUBBIW wordILIlJDED
CLlnBKD THE PAWNBROKER PAWNBROKERThree PAJ1 nUKfH nUKfH1e
Three 1e Men Attu AtlandTry Attaek and ad Try T to Reo t Patrick PatrickMurray Ptrlek PtrlekItllralllteDI PatrickMurrsyVrilhtened
Murray ItllralllteDI MurrsyVrilhtened Frightened Away AwayPatrick A APatrlok AwayPatrick
Patrick Murray who run rne the I ln n Star Starpawnshop Htarpahop Starpawnshop
pawnshop pahop at W8 DB S Third avenue was u badly badlybeaten bdy bdybten badlybeaten
beaten bten yesterday utera afternoon ateroon by three the men menwho r nenwho
who tried Itle to rob his safe The Te three t men menentered mn mnentee menentered
entered entee the store ator about abut 4 oclock oolo and one oneof one oneof oneof
of them the said lid he wanted want to get a watch wath a afriend aIrend afriend
friend Irend had ha pledged pleKe there ther some am time age ageRe agoHe o oHe
He gave a description d6ripton of the watch wath and andMurray andMUr1 andMurray
Murray MUr1 turned tured his hack bk to get rt a tray trayThe t trayThe
The three Ihr men jumped Jump over ove the counter counterand cunter cunterIInd counterand
and one of them beat bt him on the head with witha wih wiha
a thick club that looked loke like lke a plok handle handleOne hndl handleOne
One of the trio tro tnlotnid tried rie to get let to the safe sf which whichwas whoh whoha8 whichwas
was a8 open opnhul but Murray Muray fought BO 8 vigorously vigorouslythat IorouslythaL
that It took all of the lb intruders intders to handle handlehim bndle bndlehim handlehim
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souffle lum frightened frahlvnN the three thr men and ad they theyfled theyte theyfled
fled fledMurray te Murray Murra was W8 taken talen to the Flower FQw Hospital HospitalThe HospitalThe HospitalThe
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and nd bruises brl on hU hlo head They Thy wanted wanted1dm want wntedhim
hIm to t stay aty at at the hospital hospial but hit he insisted insistedon
on going home homeThe homeTho homeThe
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men last la t night nightDR IlghtlI imightDR
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CHAMPAIGN ClulruoN Ill Il March Mar 1Dr Dr Andrew AndrewSloan Andrw AndrwSioln AndrewSloan
Sloan Sioln Drapersresignation DraprIIlgatln as president Jfllldpnt of ofthe ofthe
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JAPS TAKE TKE A TOWN TOWNReported JOWNI WN I IReported
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Reported in Manchuria 50 50Miles 0 50Miles
Mies Miles From Froml HIB Yilu YiluRUSSIANS YI > i1 i1RUSSIANS j jRUSSIANS
RUSSIANS FLNGBm FALLING BACK BACKSome BACKSome I 1
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Some Fighting Fightng Reported ReporVI < With WithLosses WiffiLosses J JLose
Losses Lose by the Czars CzaisTrlo Tr Troops TroopsNeither 0w 0wNeither 1 B BR
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Neither Nether Toklo Nor N Bt PetentinrrWin PteurlW Petersburg Will Willfinal Ose Osefirm i t
firm fm the N New wt omotally OIClal1b omcialiyWaolmingtn omcialiyWaolmingtnGets Washington WashingtonGet D n t tet
Gets Get et it I From Fom Commander Com ndn orthe of the can canboat Ga Gasboat j jboat
boat boat Helena leenaIe helenslie He Says 1 Invader Inc Landed Landedt Lt Lttt 1aikdWest
West > tt t of 1 the Mouth of the tle Yala Valuti ao Bli BliIlattle i h i ihattie 1
hattie latte Looked lakt For at Uaofangr Laon Laon1IAIo Liaoangu1 Liaoangu1stiil Ke Keslant >
slant 1IAIo Alto Bald Si to 10De Be Fortlfrtat FotJ81 New Newehwanc J Newchwang4mars i iefanc7arl i
ehwanc efanc7arl chwang4mars Czari Minister of War Wa 8a S SOI > i i40Oooe i
40Oooe 400 Troops Toop Will Eventually inntl Be D In Inthe Iiithe
the Far Fa East E Against AlalDoapnl Againstjspans Japan MOooe MOooeThe 2O 2OTh 2e000The
The Th Japanese Jape are now nw reported rprtin In Man Manchuria M Mancharm ¬
charm where wher they tey are ar said sid to have hav taken takenFengwangcheng tn tnengagbul J JFengwamigcbeug
Fengwangcheng engagbul fifty fry miles Die north D orof of the theYalu t theYalu e eYau
Yalu Yau The Th new na cornea cme from several severalsources 1Tl 1Tleur severalsources
sources eur and the tb Russians RUla are a reported reportedfalling fp reportedfalling
fal falling back bck with WIU some lose In the skim skirmishing al skimmilking ¬
milking mlblng mlblngWalorton mishingWashington Li
Washington Walorton bears b of the t Japanese Jap ad advance a advance ¬
vance vno from fm the te commander order of the t United UnitedStates Unltd UnitedStates I
States fHaW gunboat gbat Helena lllea at Tingkow Yllkow the pork porkof pr portof i
of Newchwang NewcwUlg He adds ad the information informationthat infomltln informationthat I Ithat
that the Japanese Japne landed lde at atT Takushan Takushanwest Tkmhanwest kuhal kuhalwet
west wet of the mouth mut of the Yalu River RiverHeavier r rHeavier J
Heavier Hevier fighting fhtng is expected tzpted when wbn the theInvaders th theinvaders
Invaders get gtt closer c0er to IJaoyang Loan where whereseveral rber rberseveral e eevpnl
several thoWand thousand Russian Hunlm troops lrp are anoD anoDcentrle con concentrated concentrated ¬
centrated centratedThere centratedThere
centrle
There 1 il an unconfirmed uncnfrmed report rapr of o a re renewal r rnwal menewsl ¬
newal nwal of ofthe the bombardment bmbrdment of Port Por Arthur Arthurand Au Auan Arthurand
and an Dalny Danyon Dalnyon on Tlenan Talienwan Bay By by Admiral AdmiralTogos Admral AdmralTOIOS Admirallogos
logos squadron squadronTokio squdron squdronToklo squadronToklo
Toklo has h no definite defie news nw of the t move movements mv movemania ¬
mania mnt of Admiral Adm Uriua ships shp and an the theCzars t theCzars
Czars Czl Vladivostok VaIY0tk squadron suron Yesterdays Yesterdaysreport Yetaya Yetayareprt Yesterdaysreport
report reprt of a battle between bwn the te two tw still stilllackn stilllacks l
lacks confirmation confirmationJAPS cntrton cntrtonrAPS confirmationJAPS
JAPS IX I MANCHURIA MANCHURIARuislani MANCIWRI MANCIWRIRUlanl MANChURiARussians
Russians RUlanl Heaten Date Ikatenot at a Fenrwaairbtnaj Feulme Sev Several f ¬ t toral
oral er RtipertaDay RtipertaDayTiKMT8iMv Hlpt8 Hlpt88e1 Repute sy sy8ci
8e1 8ci C CobIsDispalcls f e tT lTha b tnt 2 2lrouxcetan
TiKMT8iMv I qb iajpcb h 9 Circumstantial lrouxcetan t tl r rparts I rI
parts I from fri various sources al confirm coartn the thereport tberP therope
Jra rr vOU o
report rP rope that thatthl the Japanese pe have hv hvtb0e Mvetsblb artaWkbed artaWkbedthemselves d dtheqiselve
themselves tb0e in 1 southern hel Manchuria s ncur bura It Itis I IIis
is I stated that th they tbey have bncpuFe captured Feng Fengwangoheng Fengwangoheng
wangoheng repulsing the Russians R Rt1a s with withI withIces
walcer rpalDI wth
I loss 1 but bu there has b been bn no engagement engagementon Ig eflgs meen meenon
on a great Ket scale scaleYXKQKOW scaleYzitoiow le leYDOKOW
YXKQKOW YDOKOW March Mah sConvlncthg Convincing Convwcra report a ahave j1 j1hav j jhavreachedherethsttheJapneseazsd
have hav havreachedherethsttheJapneseazsd havreachedherethsttheJapneseazsdvancing reached rh here that that the Japanese Jap u > ad advancing a
vancing nl westward we ard1rom from the Yau River Riverand n i j jand
and ad are now noW about abu fifty tiry miles mle northwest iorthwestf iorthwestfAntung orh ef efAntung f fAntunl
Antung According Acrding to native nav acoounta acoountathere sountathemehu Uta
there tbe themehu has b been bn fighting flhtpg The TheRI TheRueeiaiL TheRueeiaiLNewchwaug Russian at atNewchwang t tNewchwang
Newchwang and in Inth that neighborhood nolhbr C are areacting 4 4acting
acting actn aa if i they expected expe an a attack attackEXPECT attackrxpucr c cEXPRC s sLounot
EXPECT EXPRC BATTI JUTJ1T AT ZJ10TAKO ZJ10TAKOLONDON LUOT4Xo
LONDON Maroh 10 12A 10A A despatch deptch to the theTtltgraph t j jTstegraph I ITltgrapl
Ttltgraph Tltgrapl from frm Tientsin T61sln states Itate that tat the theJapanese theJape theJapanese
Japanese Jape have advanced adlao from the 1 Yalu YaluRiver Yau YauWer YsluRlver
River and have bae captured capturd Fencwancoheng FencwancohengThey Fenpag ng ngThy
They Thy have driven drven the Russian RUlan from fm the thevicinity thevlc theviciflity
vicinity vlc lty of that tlt town own to the t Takungiing TakungiingEastern Tk TakuriglingEastern < i < <
Eastern E rn Pass P and are ar now no in Infor force seventy neventymiles MV seventymItes ty tymne
miles east et of Newchwang NewchwangThere Nechwant NewchwangThere
There TeN are ar 84000 so Russians Rulna strongly Btrnal en entrenched entrche entrenched ¬
trenched trche at IJaoyang lJoynl and nd Halcheng Hlchenr where wherea wber wbera <
a battle btt U I imminent Small Sml engagements engagementshave enstnt engagementshave
have hve been b fought touht the tbeRun Russians retreating retreatingwith rr rrwth retrUngwith
with wth loss lO The Te Japanese Jape are ar using tle tlelme the thesame k7 k7same
same lme tactics tto and d are ar > advancing atvo along a1 p the thesame lb lbsame e I IIS
same route employed In their war with withChina
IS rut teir w 11 11Cbln Li LiCbira
China ChinaThe Cbln II 1 i4 i4The L
The Standard Sllr Tientsin Tlentln correspoadeat correspoadeatsays lpod I Ilya J1 J1says
says lya that the Japanese lapan authorities autb r ti to for forsome j jsome 1 I i iome
some time tme suipected IUlpted that tht Information Inforaio of ofthqlr oft f hi 4 4th
thqlr t th ii t movements movement and plans planl wt w being In nip Ip Ipptod supplied nippiled
piled ptod to Russia RUBla The traitor titr seems II tajbava tajbavabeen tb tcmbsvebeen e
been bn discovered dllover In I n a a well 1el known kow ilapantM ilapantMforwarding i ill j jforwarding
forwarding forwardln agent In TlenUin Tlentlnl1 Tientain1 who was wasarrested wasarrested 1 1arrl
arrested arrl last II Monday Mond He committed cnJI cnJIclde sul sulcide 0 0clde
clde I p n the military mltr prison pru today todJ Seroral Seroralother 8resslother I Iothr
other othr Japanese Japane ire 1 suspected suspectedA IUPt
A despatch deptch to the Tastes Tia from IrmW Wjblhal Wjblhalwel WLba1 WLba1wei J
wel says lya It Is reported reprt on o good go authority authoritythat authoritythat t ot1 ot1Ibat
that there tbe has been bn a collision oolalon between bt1e the theJapanese t lb lbJapanese
Japanese and Russians RuailD near l r Halju JaJu JaJulullng re resulting restilling ¬
stilling lullng In the retreat rtrut of o the Russians RussiansThe Rutians RutiansTe RussiansTha
The Te Toklo correspondent correpnet of 0 th tl this Pita Pitasays 21 21ss Tmu Tmusays
says ss that the he Russian advance advn south f fPosslet tPOMlet fPosalet
Posslet POMlet Bay Ba continue continueHatju continuesHaiju i iHalu
Hatju Halu la I about abut sixty IIty miles ml north nor of Seoul SeoulConservative Sul SulCneratve SeoulConservative
Conservative Cneratve opinion here is I that tpt w wprbablt wKatarex wKatarexprobability wlInr wlInrprobability
probability prbablt attaches alth to the h various rlOU eteri eteriof aor f fof
of fighting fgbUl elsewhere they cannot nno at atent pres present pr prant ¬
ent be regarded regardf as other olher than t1 nrmoll rumors rumorsLADIG i iLANDING
T I I1U
LANDING 1U ltl AT TAKVSHAX TAKVSHAXReport TrJRAN TrJRANRepr j jReport I
Report Repr or Japanese apnte Advance Adlt Rent 8t bAm br brlon byAiia f floan > j jloan
loan lon Officer Ome at Ylniko IIOW IIOWW Ipkw w wWAIHINOTON 4 4WS5IUNOTON
WAIHINOTON W IUHOTH Maroh Marh 8 Drh QThetohlowlaq The 3010wl 3010wlannouncement ollowinf ollowinfannouncement i I Iannouncement
announcement announcement was wa made at th the I Navy NavyDepartment Na NaDrtment NavyDepartment
Department Drtment this afternoon afternoonThe IC afternoonThe rnOI
The Te commanding commndln officer ol offi er of the Helena HelenaIn J Iriensin lea leaIn
In a cablegram cblQlram from Ylngkov Ylnlo1 state t that thatit t tIt
it is I reported Iprted that an engagement Mgapmt had hadtaken h hadtaken
taken place plac at Fengwangcheng He H also alottateo a alsostates
states that the Japanese JanC have landed Ilndea Ilndealor a aforce aforceatTuShin
force lor forceatTuShin forceatTuShinThe at TuBhan TuBhanThe TuShanThe
The Helena Is II In mud dock dok at t Ylnfkow Ylnfkowwhich Ylnla Ylnlawhich YingkovwhIch
which is II the port prt of Xewchwang Xechwar from fromwhich frm t twhich J Jwhich
which place Illa ° it is diltant distant about abut fifteen nfttn j mile mileTUShan mll I
TUShan TuSan U I supposed sUPJd to l l be > e Takuihtn Tskua at on the thenortheast th I Inorthrlt I InortheM
northeast northrlt coast clt of the Liaotung Uaotlnl peninsula peninsulaand fMlra I IRnd m mand
and not many mny miles mil from tom 1h nwuth uth of ofthe ft ftthl n nthe
the thl Vain htRITPr River Thin Th place plot I is located 10 t 1 on 0 I a asmall aml asmall
small ml stream sllam which flown Into Ihe Ihf Uaatung UaatungGulf Utl UtlOul IAOUmgGulf
Gulf Oul and U 1 In the te vicinity Icly of o sy rp
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