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YOL LXXINO XX INO 199 NEW N E YORK YO RK THURSDAY MARCH 17t 1 17 7 1904 1904CoIIVr1Ilhl c pw 0 IDOl v b > v rn TAB u Iln rrrn PrIntflu M and onrlllIbllAn rvbitiMno Atioctaih PRICE TWO CENTS
urn fl fl CHXTH RAI RAIN on 4iflTIIl1 SHIXITill SHIXI 1i111Hrl1
Till rl1 TIIl1 SAY i11 TO DR JIlturet1 111 MOR1A MOR1AItiurrh UOlWII1urrh
Itiurrh of the llravrnly alnl neiL Has a Strike Strikeor f lrlkrIf
or If Sopranos opranofUnrUmo Ovrrllnm Wage Wgtit as > Heale HealeCut rale raleCIII
Cut tit < in llalny naln Niuula MIIIIIII > a Their Com ComlilalnlKlrlkrrft 0111 0111IllalnlSlrlkrrrc ofli1101
lilalnlKlrlkrrft Hand Money 110111 flank flankTho nallkThoII flOkflo
Tho ThoII Hov D l Parker Morgan 1 > I J of the theChurch IheChurch Ie IejUrdI
Church jUrdI of the Heavenly Rest has tiu a choir choirboys chohboys chokboya ¬
boys Htriko on his handa Until UnlllllUlt lost Sun Sunday Sunday Hunday ¬
day afternoon Dr Morgan swmotl to have haveiMiimed haJlISumro haveisumcd
iMiimed that this thl strike was wa a joke Three Threesmall fhrlflmalllx rtironialI
small malllx boyn > the oldest of them 9 yeain ylu old oldInformed oldInrorrlHt1 oldInforrOOd
Informed him sternly at that time how however 110 110ever however ¬
ever I lint the matter wan uerloiiH and de demanded dlmandt dexnanded ¬
manded mandt < Immediate attention attentionDr
Dr Morgan and the ho other authorities authoritiesof
of the church nre now wondering whether whetherIt
It would ould bo Inconsistent with their dignity dignityto
to a 8Ik k for police Jollco protection for tho t ho non nonitrlking nonetrlklng nonstriking
striking members of the choir Dire vio violence 10 10len 1olenco ¬
lence len o lm has I hllll wen threatened for the two twoBopranou twoopranoo twoopraflO44
Bopranou who refitted to abide by the thoaction theaction tlioaction
action of the majority last 1ai Sunday SundayTlie SundayThe SundayThe
The trouble all began with Lent Mr MrMorgan MrMnr1111 MrMorgan
Morgan desired to have on IU extra choral choralnervlce chomleflce choralcrvice
nervlce on Sunday afternoons The so sopranon 80rran sopraflOR
pranon rran all small boys receive rCcto from to toto S6to 6 6to
to SI SllIweel 1 a week for the regular services These Theseextra IhMetItra FIieeopxtra
extra services < A were ere not arranged by tho thochoirmaster thochoirmaster thochoirmaSter
choirmaster Henry K FL Duncan It was wasunderxtood WQIjunrllnltood wasunderstood
understood that Mmo Edytho Jones tho theharpist thoharpist thoharpist
harpist would play tho organ at the special speciallervlcos 8p specialpervices clnl clnlenlC
lervlcos enlC < A and would have chargo of tho thochoir thochoir thochoir
choir The Themal1 email boys understood that they theywere theywere
were to receive receo 60 cents for each extra extraservice extra6ffIct extra6erlce
service serviceThey 6ffIctThey 6erlceThey >
They were disabused one rainy Sunday Sundayafternoon SundayaCtemoon Sundayafternoon
afternoon when the congregation was small smallis
u was tho offertory After the service serviceCurate 8erlceCurate serviteCurate
Curate Brown met the ho eight small so sopranos soprano soprMOs ¬
pranos and told them that the offertory offertoryhadnt olTertoryhadnt offertoryhadnt
hadnt amounted to enough to give them themmore themmore themmore
more than SB 3 cents each eachEight eachEight eachEight
Eight small boys went out to the sidewalk sidewalkand
and put their tholrheads heads together At the follow following CollowIng followlog ¬
ing Fridays rehearsal they handed In a worn wornand wornand wornsnd
and not over clean piece of paper on which whichwas whichRA whichWSR
was RA scrawled an ultimatum substantially substantiallyas
as follows followsnn Collowsntt followsfler
nn D I Parker Morgan D D DREV DnE DREV
REV nE SIR We wilt work hereafter at special specialMrtfca IIPeololce specialrervlce
Mrtfca ce for not leas le 8 than SO cents unless It Itrains itrill itrICL
rains rill Wo will not work for less than 35 3Scents 35nte 35cntA
cents nte under any circumstances and for or 50 SOctnti 50nte 50cent
cent nte If pleasant day dayThe darThe dayThe
The rector did not seem to tako any anynotice nnynotice anynotice
notice of this th1 note until last Sunday Just Justbefore Justbelore justbefore
before the hour for the afternoon service senIceThen serviceThen serviceThen
Then he met the choir in tho vestry room roomand roomand roomarid
and said to the sopranos sopranosMy BOpranOIlMy eopranoidy
My dear boys what is this Is I it a aJoke aJoke ajoke
Joke JokeNo
No said th the foremost boy it aint a ajoke aJoke ajoke
joke Dr Morgan Its business businessD bus businessDear l1e88 l1e88Dear
D Dear ar me said Dr Morgan It seems seemsto lellIUto
to me that it ia an insult insultMme InllultMme insultMnie
Mme Jones heard of th the Insurrection Insurrectionabout Inaurrectlonabout Insurrectionabout
about this time and had a hurried consul consultation consultation consulttlofl ¬
tation with her haughty charges They Theyassured Theyher TheyaMured
assured her that they wouldnt sing for forleaa forlee forIeee
leaa lee than half a dollar each She went to toDr toDr toDr
Dr Morgan but he wasnt Inclined to make maketerms 1l1Akelerms maketerms
terms termsThen lermsThen termsThen
Then a member of the church who knew knewsomething knewomethlnl knewsomething
something of the dissension dw nalon took the small smallboys smallbora smallboya
boys aside and told them themthat that ho was Was glad gladto
to see them th m stand out for their rights but butthat butthat butthat
that they were endangering the prosperity prosperityof
of their friend Mme Jones < He made madethem modothtm inadothem
them this thl offer offerIf
If you will go ahead and sing Ing and thus thusnave thll8MTO
nave Mme Jones from all blame and then thenrefute thenrerU8a thenrefuse
refute to take loss 10 than 50 cents I will give giveyou gheyou giveyou
you 50 0 cents each out of my own pooket pocketand pooketand pooketand
and take you all to dinner dinnerAt
At once and without a dissenting voice voicethe voicethe olcethe
the eight sopranos decided to sing They TheycUd
did They all allllang sang as best they knew how howexcept howexcept howclcept
except small Frank Guest Curate Brown Brownipota Brownpokll Brownpok
ipota pok severely to young Guest after tho tholerviee thoerlice thoservice
service and threatened to have him dis disciplined dillclpllnoo discipilned ¬
ciplined The youth was not respectful respectfulAfter rl6pectlulAfler respectfulAfter
After the service sefco the sopranos all In Inline InI inline
line were marched up to the tablo to be bepaid bepaid bepaid
I paid off They The had sized fllze < up tho offertory offertoryand
and figured that there was no lack of money mone moneThe
The first boy to approach the curate who whoHas whowa whoIa9
Has wa handing out tho overtime pay was waslUtle wasIbtle wasliitleTomniy
lUtle liitleTomniy Tommy Strong He counted oves ove the theehanjio thechanio thechange
change painstakingly and found but 35 35centf McpntF 3 3Centi
centf centfOlvo
Olvo me m 50 cents or give me nothln nothlnMid nothlnlIid nothlnpaid
Mid lie 11I If tho church cant pay me all allIt allIt allit
It owes I can walt waitThe waltThe waltThe
The curate speechlessly allowed him to topam topa topasi
pam pa The next two boys were substitutes substitutesand
and It had been agreed agn > ed that they might mightlak mighttak mighttake
lak take the 35 a cents but their example wa watoo watoo was wastoo
too much for tho next two youths The Thocurate Thecurate fhoMlratl
curate began to feel better But tho next nextthree noxtthrfl nextthree
three boys ho3 mado up for the complaisance complaisanceof
of the others othersM
M 1 want 50 said Louis Borg Sor You Youwont Youwont I Iont
wont ont gimmo 50 0 Well If the church is isa isas
a 111 poor as all that T dont want any of Its Itsmoney itAmone itsmOney
money mone H0 shoved > d his 35 cents back backacross bnc backacross k kcr09
across the table tableThirtyfive tableThlrtYfle tableThirtyflve
Thirtyfive cent centl exclaimed Frank
Guest CuestSay QUCMSa GuestSay
Say Sa drop that back In the plate for forme lorme forne
me I wouldnt rob tho church of that
The two others of tho eight walked out outwithout outwithout outwithout
without approaching the table The four fourDOTS
boys DOTS who had refused to work at the rainy
day rate went out to the sidewalk to find
the two youths who had repudiated the theultimatum theultlmlltum theultimatum
ultimatum The repudiators fled butword butworda but word wordwas
was a l1li sent to them that they would bet ¬
ter stay lito away from Fridays rehearsal
There Th re was a choir boys strike at tho thochurch thochurch theChurch
church once before bt > 1oril and on that occasion occasiona
a bench dropped front an upper window windowoh
oh the heads hend of those th 80 who did not agree agreewith agrcowith
with lth the majority majorityVTTERS maJorityU11ER majorItyUTTEWS
Da > and Pnlli Pull Down a Schoolhonse in Which
Hn Wai al Hotted Forty Tears A Ago AsoMtDDLIITOWN AgoMiDbLETOwe to toMIDDLBTOWN
MIDDLBTOWN N Y March 18 UIBecaU Because e
he was R flogged severely forty years ago
11 in the little old schoolhouse e in the village villageof vl 1Age 1Ageor
of Amity Orange county Wlsner Wl ner Utter Utterno Uttern01l Utternow
no now one of the substantial citizens of the thecommunity theoommunlty thecommunity
community Is tearing the building to toPJim topllCl8 toPIeces
PJim PIeces and thus relieving his mind of part partof partot partof
of the load It has carried so many years
In the days of his hl early educational educationalwpwienoe educationaleXN1lenoo educationalPxp51i
wpwienoe Pxp51i Utter was wa flogged severely
brba by ° r a pedagogue at theInatanoo of a girl girlno
who no 0 wrongfully accused him of breaking
a panel in the door Ho then swore
wngeance against the school the teacher
and d the girl and has harbored the feeling
or o of resentment over ev r since Ho became becnme01l11er
owner of the school building and his III feel
inltS IKB in ir pulling It down were pleasurable
in n the extreme Whether he will ever evertkVhe
tkVhe have the PleMUro of Retting < < oven with
tho t 10 C girl who is tho
now mother of o a largo
family III g a question and the old school
teeh tech1 baa been dead and bUrled many
yIIr ysrhi
pInI pInII m 1irl111lJI COMIHK COMIHKIlilon W 1111
Ililon I itlon of the I lie oiiipanlrft lo I e Fix a I nirnrni InlrorlllnIle Islror nirnrniHutc in inlisle
PHILADKIPIIIA March Mareh 10All 10 All fire In Insurance 111HUrllnro iiisUranco ¬
surance companies In this thl country and till tillforeign 1111rorllltn allforeign
foreign companies represented reprl > nted here hor lo loa 10a toa
a certain Crlnln extent IJInt have entered ent tII Into a gi gigantic Il IlKanlc gIgantie ¬
gantic Kanlc combination 10lblnulon Uniform Unlonl rains UWI nro nroto nroto nrato
to bu I hi fixed for the name Kllle olasH olA of risks rlHkl in all allcltlcH allcltlM nilcities
cities cltlM Uniform legislation Ilglllolon In all ni State Htallnnd Statesand Stateand
and cities clllA Is 10 o be e advocated lcvootl and 011 all tech technical tlch tlchnlel technknl ¬
nical nlel work of all the tle companies componlll Is here hereafter hr hereafter ¬
after urCI to l 10 ho > n doim c 01 I by b 1 ll central board bord In Instead InItead Instead ¬
stead Itead of by local Slain Siall or city lly boards boardsHad hOIII hoardslltUI
Had IIi wo got gotten ten together togrtlr long ago said saidono 1hi 1hiono saidone
ono of the lending tdllg Insurance IIMurno men of the thecity Ihociy thecity
city ciy lonight tonllht we would not now 10W ho nee neeIng lee leeIng seelug
Ing an average ash heap IIall of 150000000 150000000ovnry l 150000000otry OOoo OOoooVHry
ovnry year Iar In thin thl country countryTho olltry olltryho onntryFhie
Tho ho fright frlht brought to insurance 1nIIatwI men menby menby menby
by the Baltimore Hnllmore and ant Rochester Hoheter fires ttl has haswiped hUllwlpo1 hasWiiOd
wiped out 011 old disagreement dl ngrlmentl and ald today todayin toclY toclYIn
in Now York tlioNational tho National Board Boar of Under Underwriter Uncer Uncerwllerl undersiIters ¬
wllerl writer and nld tho committee committe of twenty came cameto cameto caineto
to an agreement agreemlll for a union of all alllnteltll alllnteltllA Interests InterestsA
A special clal committee commi lee of seven leln was wal ap appointed apolntPI uppointed ¬
pointed olntPI to carry curr out the plans and assess assessment leql leqlment assessmerit ¬
ment was a made upon each company doing doingbusiness doingbURln loitigbusiness
business bURln in the tl country to make up a fund fundof Cunc fundof
of SIOO 100000 annually annual to carry carryon on the work workG 0111 0111C
C A Hexamcr chairman of the local loal board boardof
of underwriters in speaking tonight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the combination combinaton of Interest Intef said saidTho salc saidThe
Tho combination of all companies companl18 for forunited Corunit forunited
united unit action acton as agreed agre upon In New NewYork NOIYork NewYork
York Is In no sense a trust trst It I might be belikened belikened
likened lkened to a a combination cmbination of all ni railroads railroadsto ralronds ralrondsto
to have the civil chl engineering enginering throughout throughoutthe
the country co ntry planned by a central cntral body and andalt andal andall
alt al improvements upon a uniform plan planPLATT planlIuTT planILATT
And nl Odell 0111 Men ln Moved loHd In and Ip tl by b the theCounty IheloUnl theounty
County loUnl ounty Crk CrkSveral ClerkSeveral Clerk ClerkSeveral
Several Sveral changes chag8 were w ra mode yesterday yesterdayIn
In the County CUlty Clerks office ofco and Ind the men menwho men1ho menwho
who 1ho got tho worst end of the lhe shakeup are areknown areknown areknown
known to bo b followers Colowers of Senator Platt Plattand Plattand Plattand
and their teir successors suclrs have gone over to the theOdell theOdeU theOdd
Odell Odd camp campIsaac camp18ao campIsaac
Isaac 18ao Newman Republican Jepublcn leader of the theThirtysecond theThirtysecnd theThirtysecond
Thirtysecond Thirtysecnd district dltrlot was W8 made equity equityclerk equiy equiycfrk equItyclerk
clerk cfrk at 3500 35 Ho has h8 been bn holding tho thoJob thojob thejob
Job of Deputy Collector Colector of Internal Rev Revenue Revele Revcane ¬
cane ele of tho Third Thir district dlltrlct a job at a much muchlower muchlower muchlower
lower salary salaryJoseph slar salaryJoseph
Joseph Krombach of the Twelfth Twelh district districtwas dl8trlctwas districtwas
was appointed aprlnW chief docket clerk at 1500 1500To 15 1500To
To make mke way for the thrsD so Benjamin Benjanln F Frey Freywho Freywho Freywho
who had been bn the equity clerk clrk was 18 made madeindex mde mdeIndex madeindex
index clerk and Charles Carlt E Lewis Lwis who gave gaveway gaveway gaveway
way to Mr Krombnch was 18 mado certificate certificateclerk certficat certificateclerk
clerk clerkThese cerk cerkThf8 clerkThese
These Thf8 places plnCs had hd been occupied by Frank Franklin Frnk FrnkIn Frankfin ¬
fin In B Miller licr former foner leader of the Seventh Seventhand Seventhand
and Frank J Beiman of the Twelfth fIICh Svenij They Theywalk Theywalk Theywalk
walk the plank plankCI plankCLE1EI44VD
Consider Concden Robert n brrt Roosevelt ROenlr H Rlk rniark In InKeeping InICllplnK inSleeping
Keeping ICllplnK With lh Ills ll Political otlo Faith FaithPRINCETON Fih FihPnNCFTON PaithPnnecaTo
PRINCETON PnNCFTON N J March nr h 16 10ExPreRi 10ExPreRident lOExPreeident ExPresi ExPresident ¬ I
dent Cleveland Cevland when he was wa asked nked tonight tonighthow tonighthow tonighthow
how ho regarded the remark mode mao by byPresident b bPsldont byPresident
President Psldont Roossvelts Roslelts undo uneo Robert Roose Roosevelt HOOe HOOewIt Roosevelt ¬
velt who said lald that Mr Cleveland Ceveland should shouldreceive Rhouldfoohe shouldreceive
receive foohe the thl nomination for President PfRldent on onthe onthe onthe
the Democratic ticket replied repliedI repled repledI
I am rot surprised surrise at Mr 111 Roosevelt Roosoveltfor
for making tho remark There seems to tobo toI tobe
I be a reason rean for it iteinco slnco he belongs blongs to the theold theold
old style Itlo Democracy DemocracyWhen Democrac DemocracWhen DemocracyWhen
When asked aske whether there was any anytruth anytuth anytruth
truth tuth in the report reprt that he was 1 about ab ut to tobecome t tobecome
become bcmo a Freemason FrCm8n Mr 11 Cleveland Cleelnd sold soldI Bd
I certainly crtainly am not The nearest nerest tho thoreport thorfprt thereport
report rfprt comes to any an truth trth Is that tht a long longtime longtlmo longtime
time ago ag I was delicately delctly approached approache on ontho ontho onthe
tho subject but I havu hu never had any anyIntention anyIntenton anyintention
Intention Intenton of applying for membership membershipMRS membrshlp membrshlp1RS membership1IRs
The 11f Wife Ue of the Ihf General I Is Not ot Expected Expectedto Fpected Fpectedto
to Recover RecoverWASHINGTON RecoverWABItNGT0N I
WASHINGTON W ABINOTON March 16 10Mrs Mrs Miles Mileswife Mie Mileswife
wife of LleutOen Nelson A Miles
LleutOen le re retired retre retlred ¬
tired tre Is lying critically critctly lit 1 at her home homein homeIn homein
in this city cty nnd but little Ittlo hope Is enter entertained entertaine entertamed ¬
tamed taine of her recovery reovry Mrs Mike 111 has hasbeen haRbn hasbeen
been bn confined to her bed b d most of tho time timefor lme lmeCor timefor
for seven Ber weeks lkll past P8t and has grown gown much muchworse muchworse muchworse
worse in the lost few fe days Yesterday Yeterda her hercondition herconditon hercondition
condition conditon was wal exceedingly excolngly critical and andGen andOen andGen
Gen Miles Mie and his hil family tamly were constantly constantlyat cottnty cottntyat
at the bedside bpslde Mrs MI Miles Mio is suffering sufferingfrom suterlng suterlngfrom sufferingfrom
from from gout and andlotel lately her heart hert has been beenmuch ben benmuch beenmuch
much involved involvedMrs Involed InvoledIr involvedMrs
Mrs Ir Miles IM was as before her marriage mrrlage111 Miss MissMary MissMary
Mary Sherman daughter of Judge Charles CharlesSherman CharI CharISherman CharlesSherman
Sherman of Cleveland and nleco of the late lateSenator lateSenator
Senator John Sherman Shermn and Gen William Wiiam WiiamT WilliamT 1 1T I
T Sherman Shern Mrs Mllcss bUcs sister Mrs MrsHoyt MrsHoyt MrsHoyt
Hoyt has h8 arrived arrle in Washington and other othermembers othermembers othermembers
members of tho family Cumly havo been bn sum summoned summone summoned ¬
moned monedSTARTED monedST
mone moneSTWTEn
Dcntli of the tUI Woman Who ho Created Cnted the theIndustry theIldultry theIndiutry
Industry Ildultry In nils T flu Country CountryQDINCT CounlryQUINCY CountryQvncv
QUINCY Mass March 1aroh 16 10118 16MIss Miss Esther EstherAllen Ether EtherAen EstherAllen
Allen Howland who was the originator originatorof orginator orginatoroC
of the fancy valentine vaentne Industry in this thiscountrydled thiscountrydled thiseountrydied
countrydled at tho residence rOidence of her brother brotherC
C P Howland last llt night nigh aged 75 She Sheattended Shealende Sheattended
attended alende Mount Holyoke Iolyok College < ooge her herparents hcrparents herparents
parents Intending hor to prepare prpre herself herselffor herel herselffor
for teaching teachingSoon thlng thlngSn teachIngSoon
Soon Sn after graduating grduatlngln In 1849 her father fatherwho Cather1ho fatherwho
who 1ho kept a book bok store In InVorestr Worcester added addedto adde
to his hil stock a fow imported Impre valentines valentinesMiss valentno valentnoMbm valentineMiss
Miss Howland thought It would wo ld be b no great greattask gat gattlk greattask
task tlk to make even prettier prttier ones one than those thosefrom thO thosefrom
from Europe and although alhough she e was wa greatly greatlyhandicapped grty grtyhandicapp greatlyhandicapped
handicapped by the scarcity larelty of material materialwith materialwith materialwith
with handicapp which to work she showed showe that she shewas Bhewas shewas
was capable of fashioning some artletlo artletlovalentines ariltio ariltionlontlns artietiovalentines
valentines valentinesOne nlontlns nlontlnsOne valentinesOne
One of her brothers brother who was W8 a fine fn pen penman pn pnman penman ¬
man Inscribed Inrib appropriate approprite versos er For Foryears Foryan Foryears
years Miss Howland had a monopoly monoply of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the business busln0 In this thi thiscountryand country countr and Itamounted Itamountedoften I itaznountedoften atounted atountedoCten
often to as much as 8 179000 1730 75000ayear 75000ayearWEDS a year yearWEDS ear earrEDS
Vrroy LOIA LerO > Ixscli I Champion aarpon Win Tlng Inr Shot Marries MarriesMiss larlt MarriesMiss
Miss Il Gage Who o Cared for Him HimDANBtmr 1m 1mDANDUny ihIniDANBURy
DANBURy Conn < nn March Mach Id 1dMls ldMis Miss Mina MinnE
E Gage a trained traned nurse nut of this thl city has hasbeen h8 hasbeen
been bn married marie in New Orleans to Leroy LoroyLeach Lry LryLnh LeroyLeach
shot of national reputation reputationand
Leach Lnh a rifle rife natonal reputaton reputatonand
and the holder of the wing shot record rrd of oftho oftho ofthe
tho world Ml Miss UMII s Gage was 1ns spending tho thowinter thowlntr thowinter
winter in New ew Orleans OrltanA and Mr Loach Lch be became b became ¬
came ill 11 whilo wbl0 there thtr on a business h181n trip a afew nfew afew
few weeks WPkll ago Sho was U called CII in to nurse nurrahim nu nuhim nursehim
him The 1 professional prCf lonal engagement enlagomnnt re resulted 11 11sllll resuIted ¬
suIted sllll In marriage mrrlag last lalt week Mr Jr and andMrt andMtA andMrs
Mrs Leach Lach are ar on their way WIY North for a avisit aIlt avisit
visit Ilt to the bride former homo in this thlacity Hilact thiscity
city ct
Ho Did Hle the tll Elevator Man Ian the Janitor Jallor and andTwo indTIo ItitiTwo
Two TIo Inspectors InlHclorUalllrl Jnspectorhlaiiled Iltlilrcl Place a Pool Poolnnil Poolall Pooland
and all Clambllnic Oalblll Iiooni UOOI Known Uloln ai a the theNoonday theoolla lie lieooniIa
Noonday oolla ooniIa Club t1ubIhte 1b1 Hvi Prisoners Irlolt Matte MatteWhen lale laleWhell MuleWliei
When Commissioner COItllloner McAcloo orders or e that thata
a gambling gamhll houua hoU lx > Hhut up tl every resource resourceof
of the Police 1010 Department 1 > prtlout is Illd used especially especiallywhen ell especiallywitch > oialy oialywhtt
when whtt the Commissioner < 01111110111 supplies Hlpple the In Information InCormotlol Information ¬
formation Cormotlol for the raid himself himselfThis hlutlt hlutltThill hliztselfIhis
This happened hupptld late latl yesterday lt rday afternoon nflernoonwlwn nlcloon nlcloonwhl afternoonwheit
wlwn whl Borough Inspector In IJeelor Brooks Brokl with wih the thoassistance thea8IHtnc ho hoassisuirico
assistance a8IHtnc of Inspector Titus tho Janitor Janitortho JUrlor JUrlorthu janitorthu
thu elevator 1lCvator man lan the official orclul clock < lok winder winderof Inder InderoC
of Police Polc Headquarters Ieudquarlors and Ild a I squad Iqunl of ofsleutlw fiC8leuth if ifsleuths
sleuths smashed IJlalled Into the session HI > lou of the thoNoonday IhoNoollday theNoonday
Noonday Social Cluh lull at 101 Mercer Mercerstreet Jenr JenrI Mereerstreet
street streetSomebody I streetSonwbody tro t tHomebody
Somebody went to Commissioner COUlllSloner McAdoo McAtlooabout McAdooabout McAdooabout
about a week wek ago and told him that the theNoonday theoonday theNoonday
Noonday Social Club was a poolroom poolroomwith poolroomwih poolroomwith
with wih klondike craps cral atuss Itll and sweat sweatgames eWet eWetgame swea sweagames
games game on tho side The Commissioners Commissionersinformant Comml8110ntrs Comml8110ntrsInCormant CommissIonersinformant
informant told him that ho would introduce introducetho
tho police polce to tho place and then they could coulddo culd culddo coulddo
do the rust Tho Commissioner Coull18slouer cent for forInspector CorIn forInspector
Inspector In pctor Brooks BrooksInspector BrooksInspector
Inspector 11 or ho Haiti in substance subltanco I Inm Inm Iam
nm told that thlt hero twr is I a poolroom polrool and gam gambling gnmblng gamhung ¬
hung blng house hotle at It 191 Mercer Mercr street 8tret The man manwho manwho manwho
who tells tell me Bays that he will 11 see BO that some someof someoC sonicof
of your men get in I want it suppressed suppressedThe suppre
The Inspector Inspctor sent for Sergt Srgt Barnes Barnesa Barnel
a five foot cop who W10 doesnt look like lke ono onoand onOand ononndwho
and nndwho who is attached atache to tho cashiers office ofc at atHeadquarters atHoqunrtrs atHeadquarters
Headquarters Hoqunrtrs Detective tctve Wakely a subur suburban suburban suburbait
ban sleuth Hle th was picked out Olt for Barness Barnesspartner Barnesspartnor Barnesspartner
partner Tho pair were turned lurne over o r to totho tothe tothe
the Commissioners CommlRlonerl ally al who ho took them themto
to the poolroom and got them In InThat Inlat InThat
That lat was Wi on Monday For the last lst two twodays toda twodays
days da Barnes Bare and Wakely say sy they have havebeen havoheeu havebeen
been In tho poolroom polroom getting gettng evidence evidenceYesterday eldenc evidenceYesterday
Yesterday Yoterday afternoon aCtrnon tho Inspector mode modehis madehis rnadohis
his plans pla Capt Tleho of the Mercer Merr street streetstation atrt atrtelton streetstation
station elton was wa told that his m rnn n wouldnt be beneeded beneeded
needed neded as t they would probably probbly be known knownto
to the poolroom polroom people peopleWell popl poplWeU peopleVoU
Well make it a coup said sid the Inspector Inspectorby Inpcto
by having a raiding riding party Prty that the gamb gamblers gamblers gamblois ¬
lers will wi never suspect suspectBig SUpCt SUpCtg suspectBig
Big g John Magner Mager the janitor janior was told toldto toldto toldto
to report rprt to Inspector IMptor Brooks at 4 oplock oplockCharles oplok oplokCharll oplockCharles
Charles Charll Brewer Brwer who winds wind all al the clocks clocksin
in the Headquarters Hedquator building buidig got a similar similarmessage simiar simiarmeg similarmessage
message meg Charley CharleyLyons Lyons the little ltte elevator elevatorman oloatormn elevatorman
man mn In the building bllldlng was also 1110 summoned summonedLyons BummonedLyons summonedLyons
Lyons Is known aa a Sixteen to One Onebecause Onebcaus Onebecause
because bcaus ho has sixteen children chidrn President PresidentRoosevelt Preldent PreldentOfol PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Ofol when he was wa Commissioner Commissionerrained Commiioner CommiionerrlFd CommlsaionerraiSe1
rained rlFd Charleys Chrleys salary and Charley says saysthat laY8 laY8that saysthat
that was Wi what started Rtnred the President PBldent to talk talkaboutrace talkahout talkabout
aboutrace about rac race suicide Rulcd The Janitor janitr and the theclock thecock theclock
clock cock winder are policemen polcmen but blt Charley CharleyIsnt Charle CharleInt Charleyisnt
IsntTho Int
Tho others of the raiding raldlnl party were wereInspector wer wereInspector
In Inspector pclor Brooks Drokll Inspector Inspctor Titus TluR Sergt SergtBill Srgt SergtBill
Bill DI Sullivan Ru1van of tho Information Inonalon Information13ureu Information13ureusanio I Bureau Bureausome uru uru8mo
some 8mo of his hil men and a dozen dozn detectives detectivesrecruited dtotlvs dtotlvsrorulted detectivesrecruited
recruited rorulted from lrm all a over ovr the th city cityWhen cityWhen cityWhen
When tho raiders raider started Itrd oUt o t from frm Mul Mulberry Mulberry ¬
berry brry Street Strt Inspector In pctor Brookss nrooksslnJunoton Injunction Injunctionwas
wasDont 111
Dont Dnt Dontlet let any of the principals prlncpalq prinelpalsescape prinelpalsescapeBig escape escapeBig elcap
Big Dg Bill DU Magner Inger in his shirt Ihlr sleeves sleevesmarched Rlevep Rlevepmarhed sleevesmarched
marched marhed ahead of the raiders and grabbed grabbedRudolph grabbd grabbdRudolph grabbedRudolph
Rudolph Cohen tho lookout on the street streetdoor 8trt 8trtdor streetdoor
door dor Cohen was wa handed over 16 l a tap tapand topand p pand
and Magnor MagoI and the rest rushed nhd up to the thesecond thocn1 ho hoascend
second cn1 floor for To get gt Into Ito the th poolroom poolroomthey polroom polroomthoy poolroomthey
they had to brsak biik In one door and smash smashn smBh smBhpnrllon
n partition pnrllon behind bhind that There Ter was a adoor adoor
door to the partition pariion but tho raiders found foundit
it easier tller to knock over the partition partitionInside partton parttonInside partitionInside
Inside there ther wrr wcrs see S men The Tle windows windowswere wlndowl windowswore
wore barred bar and nono no no of them could get gtout gtout1ey out outThey outThey
They 1ey were all al lined lned up and Barnes Bm0 and andWakeley andWakele andWakeloy
Wakeley Wakele picked out Edward Edwar Solomon Slomon of 22 22Second 2 22Second
Second street stret who they said was the theproprietor theprprietor theproprietor
proprietor proprietorThroe prprietor prprietorTre proprietorThree
Throe Tre men who said that they were wercJo Joseph JosephRice JosephRice ph phRce
Rice Rce Joseph Benjamin Bnjamin and Paul Black Blackstone Blackstone Blackstone
stone were arrested areted ns n workers In the theplace Iheplac theplace i
place plac The Te rest rot were let go goTho Io IoTo goThe I
The To layouts for the gambling gamblng games gamlS were weretaken weretaken lre lretaken i
taken to tho lie Mercer street ftret station IItaton along alongwith alonglth alongwith
with lth the prisoners and the poolroom polroom poolroompara poolroomparaphernalia para paraphernalia paraphernaln ¬
phernalia phernaliaILLINOIS phernaln phernaln1I05 phernaliaILLYNOIS
Jachtr alkltA Dlame the MUionrl Utourl for nipping nippinga
a Hole lole In Her lfr Hlern HlernThe flem flemThe lern lernThe
The battleship bteship Illinois IlnolR who whae whose e stern lte was wasbadly wa wasbadly
badly hall damaged dnged In a collision coURlon with w1h the thebattleship thobattMhlp thebattleship
battleship battMhlp Missouri during the manoeuvres manoeuvresoff man r
off of Culebra about two weeks wfks ago arrived arhe at atthe atthe atthe
the navy nv yard yar In Brooklyn yesterday Ylteray morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing Only her watertight watrtglt compartments compartmentsaccording comparlmenhnrdlng compartmentsaccording
according nrdlng to Cnpt Cpt Bradford hr com commander commAndr cornmander ¬
mander saved tho big fighting flhtng machine machinefrom Iachlne IachlneCrom machinefroni
from sinking It is thought that tht her In lnjuries Injurle injuries >
juries jurle are ar of a very serious strlou9 character chlracter and andare andare andare
are likely lkely to keep 11op her on the dry dock ock tot totseveral Cotsevrral totseveral
several months monthsFrom monthllFrom monthsFrom
From a superficial examination exminaton mado mo by bythe bytho bythe
the officers ofcr of the ship It is evident that the thedamage thedmgo thedamage
damage dmgo include Incudl besides bldl the big hole below belowthe blow blowthe belowthe
the waterline a disabled disbled shaft sbt and d pro propeller propeUor propoller ¬
peller The battleship btlehip will 11 go into dry dr dock docktomorrow dok doktomoro1 docktomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowTho tomoro1 tomorrowThe
The offlcors omcrs and men of tho Illinois Ilnol8 are areconfident arecondent areconfIdent
confident condent that their Teasel v001 was 18 not to t blame blamefor blae blaeCor blamefor
for the th accident accdent It I Is II alleged aleged that tht the thesteering thestoring thesteering
steering storing gear of the Missouri MIour became b e die disabled dlRabled dieabled ¬
abled The big vessels v0els ware 11010 swinging IIwln < lng Into Intolino Intolne Intoline
line lne and the themon men of the Illinois Ilnoll say lar that the thecollision th thcolllol thecollision
collision colllol could have been bn avoided avoide If i the thoMissouri theMisourI theMissourI
Missouri MisourI had hd signalled slgnnlle that she shl was a In dis distress distreSB dietress ¬
tress The Missouris MI8url bow struck IItrck tho stern sternof stm stmoC sternof
of the Illinois Ilnois a slanting sl4ntnR blow Just u the thelatter thelattr thelatter
latter lattr was 18 veering vering away awayI
I am not at liberty lbry to talk tlk about the thematter themater thematter
matter mater said IInd Capt Bradford BrdCor yesterday yesterdayIt ytday ytdayI
It I is under official ofcial Investigation invetgton I will willsay wll wllsoy willsay
say however that tho bow of thaBtlsftourl thaBtlsftourlBtruck thllourl thllourlItrck theMluourlstruck
struck Itrck the stern of tho Illlnol Ilnol One of the thestern thesler thestern
stern sler compartment complmtnts has ha a hole atova itve In the thoside the81do theside
side and Is filled Two of the
and fJed To port prt pro propeller pr propeller ¬
peller peler blades blade are bent bnt tho shaft shat Is probably probablytwisted probablytwl probablytwisted
twisted twl ud and what we call cal the strut Rtrt la labroken I Iurlten isbroken
broken brokenWOLF urlten brokenWOLF
Led Tnrm Ttm a I Chase and Thru Ttn Had Ic a Frolic FrolicUroke FoUo FoUoUroke FrolIcllroke
Uroke the Hunt Up UpWAnniNOTOv VpW UpWM4IUNOTON
WAnniNOTOv W AM NOTON Pa Pt March 10 1Te 16The The farm farmers lam lamPI farmera ¬
ers PI near West Ct Union have been bn holding holdingfox
fox hunts hutl and wolf ol hunt I during the he winter winterat wil tel
at Interval Tlo dogs were set st locse lo on ona ona ona
a Kansas Kanl wclf It yesterday lterdy The Thl latter lalfr rah rahNovcral ra raiseveral
several HVPa miles mllOlhrn then booked bakl up against agat d a cern oorncrib orn orncrb cerncrib
crib crb and awaited nwatdthe awaltedthe the dogs The Te dcgi dcglln dcgllnappero soon soonappeared soonappeared
appeared appero Lut the wolf wl finally fnay began ba play playing ply plying playing ¬
ing with ih the dogs dOl and when the Ih farmers farmerscame lars larsomo farmerscame
came omo up the dogs dogl and wolf wore wor having hul a agame aRamI agame
game RamI of tag This broke hrk8 up the tht hunt huntItonns huntlbl huntiiehn
Itonns iiehn lbl s llomtopttble lomtollc Lultt Laxtttre nevrr purrei puf5 puf5lacy I IIBer
IUfltl IUfltlIbe
lacy Ibe Mr 44 induce IDduo me De result mul natunlly end an < mrMnU mrMnUMr trDI
Htory Hlr Ior or IUiilitd Retort I Am a Pole Polrand Polf PoleutiI
and alt Hi II Conieonrncc ConieonrnccSptclot fonieineneesSptrlat onlenrnct
Sptclot cnlf f tpalrh hesptrh > tipaicti la n Tni SUM SUMVIENNA MIH MIHVtPNNA sosVISNSA
VIENNA VtPNNA March areh IB 1fA 16A A newspaper Iwlpaper slates slatesthat statesthat
that Padorowskl Padorwllkl the tl pianist planilt lately per performed pArCOrned performed ¬
formed COrned ut tho Russian court The Czar Czarwon C7ar C7arwal Czarwas
won wal delighted drlghted and told the performer pnrCormtr that thathe thathe thathe
he WON especially tplalr pleo pleald pleased Ml to find HUtih talent talentin talenlIn talentin
in a Russian RussianI nU8Ia
I beg your Majestys Mlj tYH pardon paldol replied repliedPackrewBkl rllHed rllHedPadcrllkl repliedPaderewski
PackrewBkl Padcrllkl I am am a Pole PoleLater PoleIatnr PoleLater
Later on the same nl day Paderewski Paderewskiwho Paderewlkl Paderewlklwho
who had arranged a number of concerts concertsIn
cncrs cncrsIn
In Ht Petersburg Petelhurg received rceled a police po < e order orderdirecting ordardlrllll orderdirecting
directing dlrllll him > to leave Iave the capital In II I ii twenty twentyfour twentyCaul went y yfour
four Caul hours hou and ali never to return returnnrAMiTE retur returIXHIIT1J ret urn urnl1V4IIITE
More Explosives I xploll Pound 10111 on lie l tie e New S llavrn llavrnHnllroadR hive hiveliotiroads ann annUIlroacl
HnllroadR UIlroacl Naugattirk Salntlk imUlon imUlonDKBDV UhlalonDtD IltionDiiinr
DKBDV Conn onn March Marh 18 10The The trouble troublethat troublethat troublethat
that the Now Haven Hael Railroad Hallad Company Companyhas Compny CompnyhM
has hail IUII with wih dynamiters tynnmlerll continue contlnuef In Inaddition Inadditon Inaddition
addition additon to It tho effort to destroy the un unfinished unnlhod unfinIshed ¬
finished nlhod railroad rairad bridge brdge across acrols the NaUg NaUgatuck NaUgatuck Naugatuck
atuck River at a this ta place p e when seven Hven sticks stickswere stlcllHwere stickswere
were placed under the structure It has hasbeen hORben hasbeen
been ben learned lered that dynamite drnamle has h8 been bn placed placedop plced plcedop
op the tracks trcks between bet WCn this tll I city cty and Hey Seymour fy fyIour Heytnour ¬
mour Iour within a week weekBesides weekBesides lk lkBIllde8
Besides BIllde8 using dynamite dynmie the wreckers wekers tried triedto triedto
to t derail derl a train by b driving drving a pike in one oneof oneof oneof
of the switches swlcheA There are many detectives detectivesin dototves dototvesIn
in the city ciy trying Irylg to find fnd the criminals crmnal and andguards andHuard andguards
guards have been bn stationed itatond to protect protectthe protet protetthe protectthe
the railroad riroad bridge bridgeThis brdge brdgefhls bridgeThisisthe
This Thisisthe Is the fourth time tmo within wihIn two months monthsthat monthsthat monthsthat
that dynamite dynamte has been bln picked up on the thelines theInoll thelines
lines Inoll of tho company compny running nlnlng through throughthis throughthlll throughthis
this region regionANOTHER regionANOTllm regionANOThER
BooKcr Boker Washington lo He Ir Iteeelvrd npcrlUd at atthe atthe atthe
the Home 10me of Congressman Con rnnan Porter PorterWAHHINHTON PorterWAAIINGTON PorterWssriiHovo
WAHHINHTON WAAIINGTON March 10 IBSoulher 16Southern Southern In Indignation Indlgaton indignation ¬
dignation dlgaton over the attempts attmpt to establish establishsocial Itableh ItablehlIolal establishsocial
social lIolal equality eualty between betwen negroes nefr and white whitepersons whltopernll whitepersons
persons pernll is I to have cause caule for another aother out outburst outburst outburst ¬
burst Booker Doker Washington is to be received receivedon
on Friday morning at the home of Repre Representative Reprelentato Reprosentatiro ¬
sentative lentato H 1 Kirke Porter a millionaire millionaireCongressman miionaire miionaireCn millionaireCongressman
Congressman Cn rman from PUtsburg PltsburR who occupies occupiesthe
the house houle on Lafayette Iaayett Square formerly formerlyleased formerlylelel formerlyleased
leased lelel by the late Senator Hanna HonnaMrs HannaMr HannaMrs
Mrs Mr Hoblon Hobson well wel known know In Washington Washingtonsociety W Sashingtonsociety hlngton hlngtonIolty
society Iolty for her Interest Inttrt In charitable and andeducational andeucatonal andeducational
educational eucatonal work has obtained obtined from Crm Mrs MrsPorter MrsPortCr MrsPorter
Porter PortCr the ic use of her home bore to receive rho a aselect aallot aselect
select allot company cmpany of persons Interest Inlelt in inwhat Inwhat inwhat
what U i known know as tho ho Virginia Virgiia settlement settlementmovement stteent stteentmovpmnt settlementmovement
movement which Is supported supporte largely largly out outof outof outof
of the socalled locallll Slater IFnd IFund Fund Among Amongthose AmongthOle Amongthose
those Invited Invlr Is Booker Doker Washington who Is Isto Isto isto
to deliver a a talk tk at the home of tho Porters PortersIt Pottel
It Is I denied denie however that a luncheon Inc0n Is I to tobo tobe
bo 0 given give at which Mr Washington Wahigton Is to bo bopresent boprent bepresent
present prent prentIOl18 presentLOUIS
iit iitLOVIS
Govrrtior Gonlor Melt Odel Raid aId to He Dound That 1llt He HeShall Il 1kHhali
Shall Shal Go to Germany OrrnunyOov Grrman GrrmanOo Germanyfor
for Oo Odell Odel some Bore of his adherents at t the theRepublican IheREpublcan theRepublican
Republican REpublcan Club saidlast IldIBt night has de determlned determined determinerl
termlned If possible p0lble to make Louis Stern Sternwho 8ter Sternwho
who is president of the ho club Ambassador AmbassadorExtraordinary AmbassadorExtraordinary b8dor b8dorExtraordinary
Extraordinary and Minister Plenlpoteh Plenlpotehtlary Plenlpotei Pienipotehtlary
tlary tary to the German Oenan Empire In place of ofCharlemagne
Charlemagne Tower of Pennsylvania PennRylanlaIn I
In December Deember when whln Oov 00 Odell Odt > 1 reor reorganlzcd 101 reorganized
ganlzcd ganlzd and reformed rCormed the New York YorkRepublican I IHepulcan
Republican Hepulcan county cunty committee comilte ho offered ofered oferedto offeredto
to make mko Mr Stern treasurer traurr of the from frommlttoe iommittee om ommlUo
mlttoe mlUo In place pl4c of George R Sheldon who whoresigned ho i ireigned
resigned reigned but Mr Stern declined dlclnod to accept accepttheplace accepttheplace
theplace the place Since then Qov Odoll Odol has h8 not notbeen notbon notbeen I
been bon able to t get a Republican Rpublcn to take the theplace theplaCe
place pla e of treasurer tr9urer of tho committee commlt Coy QovOdell OovOdel CoyOdell I
Odell Odel and Mr Stern are very ver warm war friends friendsand Irlendsand friendsand
and now according aoordlng to t the best bot information Infonaton informationfrom j
from the Governors friends friend at tho club cuh dalilast
last night he ia i to Insist Inst that President Prldent PresidentRoosevelt I
Roosevelt shall make Mr Stern tho
Rsevelt mke Stm rep represontattve repreontto represontative
resontattve reontto of the United Unied States Stte at Berlin BerlinIn Berln BerlnIn
In place pla of Mr Tower Tower13IEARLD Tower13EARLI
She Started 5tarfd for School Tuesday luda Afternoon Afternoonarid Aferoon Aferoonard Afternoonarki
arid ard Has la Not Been Seen Since SinceEutnu Sinc SinceEl2ttrRA
Eutnu March 10 16Lna 10Lena Lena Malts Malt7 13 years yearsof Ylr yearsof
of age was W8 excused exouAe an hour before noon noonyesterday noonyeterday noonyesterday
yesterday from her studies ltudle In Ormmr OrmmrSchool GrammarSchool Grammar GrammarSchool
School 1 at the request reuO of her father fatherwho tatherwho fatherwho
who went to tho thollchool school for hor When Whsl she shedid shedid i
did not return retur for tho afternoon afernoon session sessionnothing 8elon 8elonnothlnl sessionnothing I
nothing nothlnl strange 8trnge wan WI thought of it I This Thismorning Thismorning Thismorning
morning her father rushed Mshl Into the princi principals prlnclpale prinolpals ¬
pals pale office ofce and domanded to know whero wherohis wherehis wherohIs
his daughter dllughtr was wasThe 1118 1118The wasThe
The girl started star for school shol yesterday yenterdoyafternoon YMteray YMterayaCteron yesterdayafternoon
afternoon aCteron and her parents plrent have seen n noth nothing nothIng nothIng ¬
ing of her he since Tho entire entre police polco depart department depat depatment departmont ¬
ment the school hool authorities luthorltlC and the friends friendsof
of the family lamly have joined jolnl in the search seh for forher forher forher
her She was W8 seen lon yesterday yetra afternoon afternooncrossing ajternooncrossing
qtmon qtmoncro8lng
crossing cro8lng a vacant vaat lot across nr08 the road rad from fromher fromhrr rota rotaher
her home In the direction diretion of the river rhe She Shedid 8hodid Shodid
did not take to any clothes clothC from frm rein tho house housenor houle houlenor housenor
nor did sho leave leve word wor with wih any ono as I to towhore t towhore
whore she was going goingXVES goingmRS goIngStIRS
mRS HIS I1S LAWYER LAJRR WIFE WIFEPrnniflranla WIFEPrnnlflnnla WIFEPennuylyanta
Prnniflranla Attorney Asks Ak for Divorce Divorceon DTrC
on Ground of Desertion DesertionWIMCESBABBE Dlerlon DlerlonWUtESDA DesertIonWnKasnamur
WIMCESBABBE WUtESDA RI Pa March 10 10The The first firstlawyer trt trtlaWo firstlawyer
lawyer laWo hi I the country cuntr to n Rek seek ek a divorce divorcefrom dlTr dIvererota
from frm rota another lawyer la I Attorney Atomey Everett J JHarding JHring JHarding
Harding Hring of this thl city who today charged chargedhis chrgo
his hl wife Attorney Ora On S Harding 1rdlng with de desertion delerlon dosertion ¬
sertion lerlon and asked aske for a divorce divorceThey dlvoroeTey divorceThey
They Tey were married mrrie a year yor ago agolaat last Janu January Janury January ¬
ary ry in Wyoming Wyomnl county cunty whore Mrs M Hard HardIng Hr Hardbig
Ing thon Miss Mi Stark the only woman womn attor attorney attor attorney ¬
ney In the county cunty was 18 practising ing her hr pro profession pr profession ¬
fession f0lon She returned returno to her home last lastSeptember lutSeptember lastSeptember
September SeptemberMarried SeptemberIlarle SeptemberMarried
Married Ilarle Teacher Trache Roes 8e to Teach TeachMrs Teh TehMrs TeC1IMrs
Mrs Jennie L Van De Water a teacher teacherin taher taherI
in I tho public publo schools 8chool of Queens Quen borough boroughwho boroughwho boroughwho
who was 1a dismissed dillmllsed in December Decmbr last Iat by tho thoBoard thoBa thoBoard
Board Ba of Education Eucton when her marriage marriagebecame marrlagobme marriagebecame
became bme known kown has b begun bgn proceedings proceedingsfor prolng
for reinstatement relntatent through thrugh Messrs Mer Swan Bwanstrorn Swa Swanstrom
strorn stm < k Keyea Keye attorney attrey Papers Paprs were wereserved wre wrelMc wereserved
lMc served on the Board of Education Eu ton yester yesterday yesterday eter eterday ¬
day It I Is expected expecte that her reinstatement rolnstatomantwill rlnttcmlrt
will 11 follow folow quickly In view of the decision deion of ofho ofthe ofthe
the ho Court of Appeals A pcalf in tho Murphy Iurhy case casehanded ce cehded casehanded
handed hded down d01n recently recentlyCnltd reonty reontytld recentlyChIld
tld ChIld nlown Rlo111 Away Aw and ad Drowned DrownedAgda Downr DrownedAgda
Agda Aia Heintz lelnt the io fouryearold Couryearld daughter daughterof daughtfr daughtfrof
of Capt Cpt George OrrAo Helntz clntz of the canal oal boat boatEureka boatErka boatEureka
Erka Eureka lying n If at < the thl foot of West Twenty Twentyseventh Tonty Tontyemlh Twentyseventh
seventh street Ittt was WA blown off ol the boat by byona byon byone
one on of ywteraay lwra1 afternoon attmoonl March Marb gusts guatantfl IUt gustsntt
ntfl drowned
It I li 1 In Form of an Order oder riler Oh Ohln Gllng Ins a Broad liroadInterpretation Iroall IroallInterpreaton BroadinterpretatIon
Interpretation Interpreaton to the he Pension Act of ofINIM ofIsIo
INIM 180 > by Conillttitlnt Conilntnc Old 011 Ale k a IMs IMsability ifl iflability
ability abll Within 1lhln the Meaning rnln of the he Art ArtWASHINGTON ArtWAIUN01N ActWABuINOvoN
WASHINGTON WAIUN01N March Marh 16 President Presidentlioosevelt PresidentIoololt IresldentItoosevolt
lioosevelt Ioololt Secretary retary of the Interior Hitch Hitchcock Htch Htchcok Hitchcock ¬
cock cok and Assistant Al tant Secretary retary of the Interior InteriorMiller rnllrlor rnllrlorMiloI InteriorMiller
Miller MiloI have after prayerful consideration considerationfound con8lderatlonCound considerationfound
found a 1 method metho for appeasing 8ppa lng the appetite appetiteof
of tho advocates avoatoR of a service 8erlcl pension lellon law lawand lawand lawand
and taking the t he question queton out of tho t he campalng campalngTho camlalnK camlalnKfho
Tho method metho agreed agre upon pn IH I a most mCt in ingenioufl IngenloU ingonious
genioufl genloU one and takes the form Cor of an anorder anorer anorder
order orer signed 1IIIed by Commissioner Comrl lonor of Pensions PensionsK PenIOn8 PenIOn8J
K J K F Ware War and Ind approved ulprolt by Secretary SecretaryHitchcock Seretary Seretary1lchcock SecretaryHitchcock
Hitchcock 1lchcock giving a broad Interpretation Interpretationto InlerJetaton InlerJetatontot
to tot the bo pension IIn810n act ac of 1890 1890It 180 1890IL
It is understood undeltod however ho eer that tom Commissioner tomtnllolr tommissioner ¬
missioner tnllolr Ware wlio ho has ha during Ills hi brief briefadministration briefadmlnlHtat0n briefadministration
administration admlnlHtat0n endeavored endevot to eland be between b between ¬
tween twen the Treasury TNury and those who bo would wouldraid wouldraid wouldraid
raid It did not lend himself hlmel willingly wiingly to totho 10tho tothe
tho promulgation of the order and that It Itwaa ItWM itwas
prnllgton orer
was the controversy cntrovery In connection conneion with It Itthat Itthat itthat
that led ie to the recent reent falling Calng out between betweenhimself btwen btwenhlmell betweenhimself
himself hlmell and Assistant A8itant Secretary Seretar Miller Millerwho Miler Milerwho Millerwho
who bad the power to overrule the de decisions deciions tieelslons ¬
cisions ciions of the Commissioner CommissionerThe CommiIoner CommiIoner1he
The feeling between btween them has become becomeso bleome
so 10 bitter and the charges charge of interference so soopenly soopenly soopenly
openly made that Commissioner lommllioner Ware Waremay Waremay Waremay
may eventually re rellgl relga lgn hU hl officio ofo and go goback g gback goback
back to Kanwu KanwuThe Kanl Knn3a4The
The effect efet of the Administrations AdmlnI8tr Administi iIons tonl order orderIssued orer orer188uO orderissued
Issued 188uO today toda constitutes consttute old age a die disability dlBabilty dieability ¬
ability abilty in the meaning of the law and admits admitsto Idmlts
to the tie pensions pelslona rules rull by virtue of such silchconstruction lIuchcon8tructlon suchconstruction
construction of the language of the act acta let leta acta
a large clans of veterans veteranl who would have tiavecoine havecoine havecome
coine in Under the terms term of any of the thevarious thearlous thevarious
various proposed pension penlion acts The order orderwhich orderwhich orderwhich
which Is dated March 15 II Is as follows followsWhereat foUoW81Irrto followsWhrrea
Whereat 1Irrto The act of June 27 1890 as asnmended asnmende asamended
amended nmende provides that a claimant clliant shall shallbe shallbe ha I
be entitled entite to receive a pension pn lon not exceeamc exceeamcf exceMlne exceMlneI
f I 12 per month and not less Ie than V S 5 > per pr rrtontl rrtontlproportionate montlI nionthproportionate
I proportionate proprtonote to the decree dlll of Inability Inabity to toearn toenr toearn
earn enr a support 8Upprt and In determining dctermlnlns such suchinability fueh fuehInabilty suetInability
inability Inabilty each Inch and every ever eT infirmity Infrmiy shall ehol be beI beI beduly
I duly considered eonslderl and the aggregate llrelate of the thedisabilities thedllb thedIsabilitIes
disabilities dllb IIIM shown to be rated ratl and andWhtreat alr antIWAereas
I Whtreat herta old nee Re Is nn nnlnfrmly Infirmity the thl average averagenature a awerarenature prall
nature and extent of which the experience of oftho otI ofthe
the Pension Penlion Bureau ure I has hal established ftablsbed with withreasonable wltbrlselable withressonabie
I reasonable rlselable certainty and and1VA andhcrto and1licreaa
1VA 1licreaa hcrto rf < i by act of Congress In 1887 187 when whenthirtynine whenthlrnlne whenthirtynine
thirtynine thlrnlne years Iars bad elapsed elnVRI after arer the Mexi Mexii MeXIcan Mcxican
i can war all al soldiers 8Idier of Mid war who were werei wereonr
i I over 83 years yerR of age ase were placed placl on 01 the thetension theQcnelon theaenslon
tension roll rol nnd nndTVVimdi nndtherto nodWhtre
TVVimdi therto Whtre thirtynine years e81 wit have hnveelapsed haveI haveelapsed
I elapsed tln Md on n April Aprl13 13 1004 t04 since tho civil d1 war wari warand ar arI
i I and there thert are many survivors over 0 I years eat of ofnge ornll ofage
age nll now no1 therefore thereore ordered ord red
I 1 In the adjudication adudloaton of pension lellon claims fimllun fimllundor un under nodot ¬
dot said act of June 27 18 18UO 0 ns nmendea nmende It Itshall ItIIhall Itshall
shall bo taken tken and considered considerd as an evidential evidentialfact erd evIdentialfact ntal ntalfact
fact If the t contrary contra does notnppear not IppRr nppenr and If I all allother aUother allother
other legal lelll requirements requlrment are properly met metthat metthut metthat
that when a claimant caltnt hue passed the 11 is g o oC of ofz
02 C z years ie e r iheisdisab1edonebaif he U II disabled disble onenaif oneblf in ability abily to toperTbrranunual top topCrT
perTbrranunual p pCrT r1 ihii menial an lJb labor abor r Had ld d Is entitled nUtk to be berated1 bi hirnted
rnted lit t 16 f 6 per Plr month mont after 01 o yrars yNrll av a M t a aper
per pr month after ts years 1011 at 110 per pr month monthnnd monthnnd monthand
nnd after 70 yearsit 11 rllIt IIJ 12 per pr month lonlh
121 2 Allowance Alowano at higher rate not exceed exceeding tCe exceedIng ¬
ing Jl 1 per month will wi continue contnUe to be made madeas
as heretofore hpretorort where disability dllabll other than thn age ageshows II ageshows
shows IhOl8 condition ondllon of disability diablity to t perform perforrhI prform prformmanuallahor
I I manual manuallahor labor labori
i i lhll I This order shall ahal take tke effect eee April A tl IS
1004 and shall ahal not be deemed demP retroactive retroactiveI retrofcd e
The former forner rules rulls of the offlco oreo fixing Ixnlth thn th mini minimum m11 mittiInhlIn ¬
mum and maximum maxmum at 8S 1 nnd 75 years yerA respec respeclively re8peclively respectively
lively lively are hereby modified nolll as above aboveIt nho aboveIt e
It I is hopo by its 11 inventors Inventol that the theissuance theIsuance theissuance
issuance of this order orer will 111 stop ItOp the clamor clamorfor clamorfor
for a general pension act at leant at this thissessIon I
session olon of l Congress CongressIt Congrl CongrlflSr Congress01ST
With lh nernforcemrnti nernrorlemtnti a Watchman atlhnlan Catches CatchesTwo Ctlhe CatchesTwo
Two Burglar Alarm Alam Repairers nepalrmTwo Replrm RepairersTwo
Two men mf In the banking house hoU of Henry HenryBischoff HenryBisohoff
Bischoff DecholT A Co In the StaaltZeAtunp BlauZttp build buid buildIng
ing attracted atrated the attention atenton of the watch watchman watchm watchman ¬
man m about 11 1 oclock ococ last night nightThey nightThey
They were wlre working busily bUly behind the thecashiers theChlers thecashiers
cashiers Chlers desk dok On the desk dek was W what whatmight whatmight whatmight
might bo 0 a kit of burglars br la tools toolsThe tols tolsThe toolsThe
The watchman 1atchn hustled husted for a cop and andhalf an anhaI ansi ansihalf
half haI way down dow the block blok met Policeman PolicemanPlump Poltman PoltmanPlump PolicemanPlump
Plump of the Oak street strt station stationShi sttion sttionShl stationSlit
Slit Theres Teres Thereaburglars burglars in the he bank blnk he hewhispered hewhilpere hewhispered
whispered whisperedPlump whilpere whisperedPlump
Plump and the watchman watbmRn started lrN back bok to totho totho tothe
tho bank The Te two to men were still sti at work workwith workwith workwith
with their wicked looking loking tools toolslgb toolsMight
Might lgb be lp desperate de pernte fellowswhispered fellowswhisperedtho Celowswhlper
tho cop Wed better beter got enough men to tomoke tomake tomake
make sure of them themSo ie themHo
So they crossed croAI to the bridge and nd got gotPoliceman gotPolcoman gotPolicornan
Policeman Polcoman Schneider Then Tlon they the returned returnedtho returiocthe
the watchman opened tho door and all allthree alltre allthree
three tre sprang In InHands InHds inRands
Hands Hds up said Plump PlumpOh PlumpOhl PlumpOhi
Oh Ohl go onl What do you take us for forreplied forreplEd forP forPreplied
replied replEd one of the he thieves thlovesThieves thievesThlevl thievesThieves
Thieves Thlevl and you ou are under arrest arrestsaid orlt orltsid arrestsaid
said sid Plump PlumpThieves PlumpThleves PlumpThieves
Thieves your grandmother arandmo erl Wo belong belongto belongt
to t the Holmes 10lO Patrol and are fixing fxing a bur burglar bur burglar ¬
glar alarm alarmSchneider alar alarmSchneider
Schneider Shneider suggested luggCt that It I might tnlghtbo bo 0 a agood agoo agood
good goo thing to t call up the Holmes ol patrol patrol6fflce patrl patrlmc patroloffice
office mc and see lle If I these th00 men told the io truth truthSo tri truthSo
So 8 they rang rg up the ie office ofc Weve WIVO got a acouple acuple acouple
couple cuple of men In Blsohoffs DlohotlI Bank Bk They Theynay Theysay
Schneider SchneiderThose ShneIder SchneiderThose nay 1 that iat they belong belon to your ur office ofc sold soldSchneider Iad IadShneIder saidSchneider
Those follows felows are a all al O K was the thereply therepiy thereply
reply We gave em a key and ad sent fent em emaround emarund emaround
around arund to t fix tx a burglar alarm alarmDRAVE ala alalRAVE alarmHIAVE
A AIBrarOt 13YearOlrt Girl Grl Does Dol All Al a Man la Could CouldDo Cond CondD CouldDo
Do D but lie le Rank Just It as a Hhe fir Reached ached Him HimPHILADELPHIA I HimPUILtDBtPflA m mPmwDELPuU
PHILADELPHIA March olng 16 iOInga Ingo Mender Henderson Honderlon ¬
son lon tho thirteenyearold thirtenyorold daughter daughltr of ofCapt oCCap ofCapt
Capt Cap Henderson Hendoron of the th British Brltl h ship Largo LargoLaw Lrg LargelAw
Lw Law in port pr from Chile Cie tried tre today to tosave tosave tosave
save the life lfe of an apprentice approntO who had hadfallen hld hldfalen hadfallett
fallen falen overboard overboa and just jUt barely barly missed missedaccomplishing mllle missedaccomplishing
acomplihlng accomplishing It ItEdmund I itEdmund
Edmund Emund Ward IB 11 years yers of age son OI of ofa oCa ofa
a Captain Cptain In the English Egllh Army Anyhd had been beenordered ben benorere beenordered
ordered orere to fasten llten A tackle takle ta kle to the bumpkin bumpkiniron bUlpkn bUlpknIrn bumpkiniron
iron Irn He le slipped lpped on thin Ice on the dock dockand dockand dockand
and fell Cel overboard overboardInga oorbar overboardInga
Inga Ing was wa on deck dek and throw him hl a alf alfpreerver alife alifepreserver llfo llfopreserver
preserver preerver Then aha ran rn to the thl stern it m of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the vessel vCel and jumped jump Into a a small Rml boat boatthat boatthat boatthat
that was hanging hging there ther She lowered lowee the theboat theboat theboat
boat and cutting cting It free fro with 1lth a knife knifedropixxl knlCedrpH1 knifedropped
drpH1 dropped Into it and mode mo for tho drown drowning drwn drwnIng drownlog ¬
ing boy Tho boy sank k as I she he approached approachedand apprchP
and nd did not again come cme to the surface surfaceDBnrnr1 surfaceDEWn surfaceDgwEv
An superior for sour O sick ones onesB I Il
n TI T tewei Sons rc rcrtl Co rtl 15 Iulton r ksr St New york
Alf Ad orl
l Istth t til Ibe flIght iI Flavor ri rinl j t I
nl 1 IIlt h hu i Ir lmers vr4 fnlh llrnllvrt SMI Sroteaas Sroteaast Scou n A4 f fI
t I
Indiana 1IIIIan Senator rntor Wrttri rUrt Tli 1lat That t He 1f llomnt llomntWant Iornt Iorntnt Ihoesritaiit
Be VlerPmtilrnt VlerPmtilrntCOLUMBUS VIerPresliientCoumtnus
Want aiit nt to VlorIrreldrnt VlorIrreldrntCOLUMBUII
COLUMBUS Ohio March JO IOHarry Harry M MDaugherty MDlugheny MDaugherty
Daugherty Dlugheny who has ha been bn chosen chol to preside presideat
at the Republican Rpuhlcan Congress Congro convention oomenton of ofthe 01tho ofthe
the Seventh Bventh district dltrlot to be b held at Spring Bprlngfleld Springfeld Springfield
field feld tomorrow tomorw gave out a letter leieI before beforeleaving beroreleAving beforeleaving
leaving for Springfield Sprlngfsld today toda which he hehad hehad liehad
had just JUt received reeived from Senator sMtor C W Fair Fairbanks FAIrbank 011 ¬
banks 6f f Indiana In whIch Mr 11 Fairbanks FairbanksBays lalrhatlki lalrhatlkisay Fairbankssays
Bays say he ia II not a candidate for the nomina nomination nomillatol nominatiori ¬
tion tol for the VicePresidency IcePpaldenoy doe dos not ex expect C Cpt cxpect ¬
pect pt to be and does do not desire delra Indorsement Indorsementfrom Indorsemelltfrom indorsenientfrom
from any source lource for the nomination nominationSenator nominaton nominatonHnatcr noniinatioiiSenator
Senator Hnatcr Fairbanks alrblnki wai Wa horn and uni reared rearedIn rearedin
In the Seventh Rventh district amt alt some of his hisfriends hisfriends
friends there thought It would tw proper properfor properfor vroperfor
for the tie convention comonton to indorse indono him but butdoomed hutdome butdeemed
doomed dome it prox Iitoper r flint ttt to ask a k I the ho Senator Htmatorif Hmator HmatorIf
if he desired delr the Indorsement IndorsementThe Indottlt
The lettet letel was wal an nhswer to that thlt inquiry inquiryIn
In his hLlettr letter Mr Fairbanks Frlrholkll says saysI ea eaI
I do not deBlro deire an Indorsement from fromany froman fromany
any an source Iource for the nomination nominationMAWS nomln nomInationCZ41fS tlon tlon14B
Grand iniclirss Ihlthl88 Olga 0r1 lo 0 Take fkr Cliarer hlll nf nfIlrcl ofUtd orIted
Ilrcl CTOM Work Berlin llram llramSpecial Ilears5prlat
cOl Wor lerln IrarA IrarAprral
Special prral Cable Despalch Dtpalrh Id Tnt Sus SusBEBLIN 8u 8uBamiLipt us usDBRLtl
BEBLIN DBRLtl iaoli aroi Ich 10 16The The tokal < Izigrr Izigrr8S nzeiyer nzeiyersays nzeigrrsays
says 8S that Grand Ouches Duch18 i Olgn Og Hitler Mlfter of t I ii e eCzar eCzar eCzar
Czar Is I going to tin 11 tli front to assume IRUme charge chargeof chargt
of t the Russian n1lqlll Red fd Cross CrossMADE CrOI CrOI1ADR Cross11I
MADE 1ADR 11I DE foooO 700Oflfl IN I IFK49 IrI IrII If Ii ii iil
1 Ogden O dtn Armour ArineurCiosea Clones IOAI Out 011 Ills Rprou Rprouiallon Filerl Siieeillatlon
iallon of the lnst tlit Six Ix lionllw lionllwCuiCAao tloiithisCurcaclo loIU
CuiCAao March 18 10J J Ogden Odln Armours Armoursoperations ArmourRoratons Armoursoperations
operations oratons In May Ma wheat heat which have ha 0 been beenthe htenthe beenthe
the spectacular eplacllor feature frlro of the wheat market marketfor markelCor marketfor
for the lost Ilt six months ioJlth have been beol closed closedout co closedomit t < 1 1out
out The profit proft U I estimated Itmatl at 112000 1200000 1200000There 1200000lher
There lher here were ere 25000000 2500 bushels llihel held when whenthe whenthe wliertthe
the line lne was 18 the largest larget It I was bought hught as asIpw aRIwas aslpw
Ipw Iwas as 78 7f T6cents cents In inthefirat the theftt first part of November Novemberand Novlmber Novlmbernnd Novemberand
and some of the sales 8ale were made at the thefancy theCacy thefancy
fancy Cacy price of 1109 IO lo The latter laUlr price was wasreached 1al 1alreche wasreached
reached reche in the excitement exciement produced producl by the theMONEY theWil thewar
Wil war scare scareMOXEF
Jrrotue trotiI Asks kll the Uo Heard nl of Estimate Ftmte ror forBISOOO rorSlL000
BISOOO 81100 Extra ExtraDistrict EJtra EJtraDIstric ExtraIistrict
District DIstric Attorney Atorney Jerome has asked the theBoard theBord theBoard
Board Bord of Estimate Etimate for a special Ipclal bond issue issueof IRUI IRUIoC issueof
of S15 15009 to defray the expenses expene of the theDodgeMorse LheDodgeMoJ theDodgeMorse
DodgeMorse DodgeMoJ case aI Mr Jerome said that thattho thatIho thattho
tho proceeding prolngi were re so extraordinary extraordinaryand
and unusual unulual that It would not be just jllt to tothe totho tothe
the work of his hil office ofC to compel him to pay paythe paytho paythe
the expenses cxpnle of the th proceedings pro rClng eedinga out of his hiscontingent hi hicntngent hicontingent
contingent cntngent fund Cunc Dodge who In I fighting fightingextradition fhtng fhtngitradlUon fightingettradition
extradition itradlUon In 11 Texas Tex8 ha has < to he watched watchedby watchedUy watchedtiy
by two or three thr nitta and then there are arecounsel arecounsel
counsel cunlel foes Co to be b paid to lawyers llwyer who whowill whowil whowill
will wil try t trytoet to get Dodge Doge D dge returned reture by Texas Tex8 lo lothis 10thll toIbis
this thll State Stit to t answer irsor ilNOr loan to i an Indictment l for forperjury ror rorJJur forperju
I perjury perjuryCARRIAGE JJur JJurARRUGl perju perjuAIARRIAaE
CARRIAGE ARRUGl INSTEAD OF JAII JAIIRecorder 111 111Relordfr ArL ArLRecorder
Recorder Relordfr Coir Gol Lenient to a Servant ant Wlio WlioStole WboStnle 0 0Rtcle
Stole Rtcle Froth Fom Her lr Mistress MistressRecorder MI8tr MIstrEssRecorder l lcrder
Recorder crder Ooff Oof hebae bbaifle I barn e I so o impressed impressedwith imprd imprdwih impressedwith
with wih the appearance npporno of Lauretta Laurltl Alford Alforda Alord Alorda
a servant BMant who pleaded pl ad d guilty giy to stealing Mealinga Itealng Itealnga
a fiftydollar ftycolar pin from Crm her employer employr Mrs MrsEliza MnElza MrsEliza
Eliza Elza J Press Pr8s of of90 0008 908 East Et 150th Street Itret that thatho thathe thatho
ho decided drcldd that It I would w uld be better bter for her herto herto herto
to be b married maried than to t be b sent snt to t prison prisonHo pron pronHe prisonHe
He camo to this conclusion cnc slon after afer he helearned holearned lieloarnod
learned from lrm her that preparations prpnroton had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been bn completed for her marriage maiage In II a 1 few fewdays Ie IedarB fewdays
days to James Jae8 K Haokett Haoket a mason maon when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she wan arrested arrestedThe arstd arstdThe arrestedThe
The Recorder Rcrder had a talk with wlh Hackott Hackottand Iackett Iackettand Hackettand
and the girl and oho communicated cmmunicatd with withFather withFather withFather
Father Brady Bray of St Chrysostoms ChrostmB Church ChurchThe ChurohThe ChurchThe
The Recorder Rcrer let them go g after atr tolling tollingthem toing toingthem tellingthem
he would thm thmand th thmand
them that keep an eye on m mand
and would know If they were were ey not married marriedaccording marriedacrding marriedaccording
according acrding to schedule scheduleLEFT shedule sheduleI scheduleLEFT
ValIse If Containing Cntalnlc Mooo 0 In Securities Serulin fn fntouched tn tntouche tntouched
touched touche In New Ne Havens aen8Iaton aen8IatonNlw Station StationNEW StationNitw
NEW Nlw HAVEN HAVN March 10 lBA A small alliga alligator alga algatr alligator ¬
tor tr skin valise all containing cntining i000 000 0 In nego negotiable negotble negotlable ¬
tiable tble bonds bond of the Pennsylvania Railroad Railroadlay Riroad Riroadlay Railroadlay
lay on a scot In the railroad mlroad station 8lton this thismorning thl8morig thismorning
morning morig about abut two t hours hou while whie its 11 owner ownerwho owor oworwho ownerwho
who had h forgotten Corgttn It had gone on to t Bridge Bridgeport Brldg Bridgeport ¬
port prt Henry enry F Van Thuysan of Boston Bostonwas Dostn Dostnwas Bostonwas
was tho owner ownerIn ownerIn ownerIn
In his exoltement in losing 10Bia the 8 oclock oclockbankers ocock ocockbnkers oclockbankers
bankers bnkers express pxpr for New York Mr Van VanThuysen YanThurae VanThuyntmn
Thuysen Thurae forgot his grip gripwhen when he boarded boardedthe boared boaredthe boardedthe
the 810 express eprB Ho discovered dicver his hi loss lossbefore 108 lossbefore
before he reached fche Bridgeport Drldgprt and got gotoff cotot gotoff
off ot there ther taking takng the return train duo here hereat her herat hereat
at 945 045As 945As 945S
S As soon lona a as his train drew dr Into Int the eta station st etation ¬
tion he made mae a wild ld dash Into the io building buildingand buiding buidingand buIldingand
of relief him he saw sawtho sawthe
and a sigh rle escaped as 8 8
the voUsa aI where he rlp had left it I It hadnt hadntbeen hadntben hadntbeen
been ben touched touchedA
To the Clearing Claln house lolI to Settle stle Balance BalanceAralnit DaanN BalanceAgainst
Against A lnlt the SubTreaiory SubTreaioryThe rubraear rubraearTe
The Te SubTreasury SubTr8ur was W8 a debtor at the theClearing tht theClearing
Clearing Clerng House IoUs yesterday Yltcrday in the sum < f
2731301 273391 aa a result reult of payments paymCnts on account accountof aount aountoC
of Japanese Japaneo geld and ad middle mlddhoC of the month monthsettlements monlhsttements monthsettlements
settlements sttements To liquidate thin thll debt the theSubTreasury theSubTrlury theSubTreasury
SubTreasury SubTrlury officers olrrc Bent over to the thevaults Ihevau18 thevaults
vaults vau18 of the Clearing Iealng House Hon e a wagnnload wagnnloadcf wagnnloar
cf geld gcd valued at about 1780 3784000 It Itweighed Itwelgbe Itweighed
weighed welgbe more than five tons Usually Usuallythese Usualy UsualytheRe Usuallythese
these payments are made by the Sub SubTreasury Sub SubTreasury
Treasury Troaury through thrugh gold certificates certflcaulI but at atpresent a atpresent
present prnt certificates cerlfioates arc ar being bing oonwrved oonwrvedThe onlMod onlModThe oonsorvedThe
The gold Is deposited depllled In tho vaults uls of the theClearing theCleana theClearing
Clearing Cleana House I0U and ad certificates crlilcates are Issued Iwurdagflinit I Issuedagainst ued uedaaMt
against aaMt It I and to the various banks ban1 to whom whomIt
It belongs belongscnvan llongs llongsCnUf belongsCRUSH
Police Ple Reserves ntenH Sent Snt for to Handle Hnde Ex Extraordinary EJ Estraordlnary ¬
traordinary traorln Crowd CrowdBo Cod owd owdSo
Bo 5 great gt was WI the crowd that visited vtalt the thenew then thenew
new n Mount Mout Sinai Bln Hospital Hopltl at 100th l0th Rtre strt strtand street streetand t tand
and Fifth Firh avenue avenUI last lat night that tt It was wasnecessary wasnecessAry Wasn
necessary n ary to send for the police plo reserves reservesThe rrC reservesThe
The newly dedicated dedlot hospital hopltl was open openfor opn opnfor openfor
for public pUblo inspection lnplon and the crowd at atnight atnltht atnight
night nltht wan WI really realy larger than could be b ac accommodated n aooomnmodated ¬
commodated ommoato Th Thl The police pllo say 8 that lat it num numbered nw numbered ¬
bered ber at least 25000 20 but that Is a good goodmanv lo goodmanY
manY manvTho mnv manYThe
The 10 blupcoaus bluPats when they thlY came lined linedup Inrl Inrlup linedU
at tho entrance and would let no
up U a fntmnc one oneelse one enselse
else ole In Thorn fO In tho bulldlngworo buldlnRcr finally finallygot tlly finallygot I
got t to tho street Itrt In good go order orter orcterand and then thenthose thfn thenthose I IthO
those thO who were wer waiting alUe were w ero < r admitted admittedreasonable Admite admitteda
a wiwhnrf reasonable flnlble h number numr at a time tm No one Oh onewwuhnrf i I Iwiwhnrf
Fighting Fhllns Looked IOkN For lo tfrar Niar Netvrhwanz NetvrhwanzSailors N NeehsnzSatiots lhan lhanIO
Sailors IO A From r rOtn ln Port Arthur rtI Tell l ttf ttfMany I CfMill
Many Mill Iat Killed During nurln Japanese Japnee ddhi ddhibardment Och 130thbardluentio
bardment bardltentNo bardluentio No Confirmation C nnrnlatoi of Br Brport Ri fltport
port pri That hlt lluMlan lI8lan Fleet Frtl Has as Oorif OorifCorra GOr G fle fleCores
Cores ora Ttirratrnrd 1lrrlttld for Aiding Japan JapanIt apn apnI
It I Is II believed bleved In Newchwang Newchwong that tht the tlieJapanese thoJapanese theJapanese
Japanese will I HOOII f01 attempt ntempt a landing landlg In Inthat II iiithat
that neighborhood lelghlnrhood Movements ovementl of Rus Russian HORslal lie liesian ¬
sian slal troop KOCIII Ml1m to Indicate an cspectr cspectrIon cnp errpectrion tr
toll Ion of such uch n move Mont lbt of the noi noicombatanlH nOl nOloomhatalh nocombatatits >
combatanlH oomhatalh arts ar leaving IIallg the 11 lii city cityNorwegian elt cityNorwegIan
Norwegian sailors Rallol who have arrived nrrlve a aShanghai aShanghai
Shanghai from Port Arthur Arthlr lull Ifl of the Jnr JnrBIIOAU JnralOa Jr Jraiiose
BIIOAU alOa bombardment hOlhnllllt while wlle they t were Ire In fl flharlr I Iharbor
harbor They The say IIY the Japanese Jlp1le fire wa wavery wavery 1 1ery
very ery accurate acclrato and ald t tfl tell > H of a large numbf1 numbf1of numh numhoC n mI mIof
of persons penlnl kllle klllli killed < l by 1 exploding shells shellsThese shellsThese he8 he8Thlo
These Thlo sailors siors repeat relet the t1 story stor thai thl ll llundamaged I Iundamaged h hIndamaged >
undamaged Indamaged ships Rhl of Admiral Makaro Makarofleet lakaro Makarofleet J Jfeet
fleet feet have left III the til harbor larbor and will 1 try tryjoin tf tr trjolt I Ijolll
join theVladlvuDtok IlnVladlo tok squadron squadrol Howore HoworeIt HOTCreI
It I Is bellowed blloli thin 111 they tl the > were misled mlal by 101 o 11 11of t tof t tor
of the sirties lltlf carried TId out ou by h the Russians RussiansHi nllal l
Hi H PelerHlilirK Pel er tlrg hnd a rept ejl rt It fr m 1 P i iArlhur 1 r rAnhur i iArthur
Arthur vespnliiy lrIIIY that tlul Hie Japanese Jupun se tin tinwas tlll tlllWI i iwas
was WI not lot In insight InslghtOtI insightlen sigh sighlen
OtI len KiiropatliinV IlroPBIII H itropat hi us Iriiin 11111 I rti iii ia Ii being b bel < llg rig ruohl ruohlacre rhl1 rhl1n I Iaci
acre n aci tl ss fl Siberia 811111 nt It full fullWIr Kpectl to get Itt he nev1 nev1ocmmancler nevlmludll 0eve
ocmmancler lmludll e cf r f tile I li troops IrolJM I mops on UI Ui tho scene el m msnr IUS a s swit
wit S n 10 n as iKHslllr iKHslllrEXPECT assIIjl assIIjlf o lhl lhlI
I EXPECT 1 EXIE fI JAPANESE Jt lIIV1SI jtWH 1t1th 1t1thI lAhitt41 iv vfi vfiItiivitRii I Ifliestnn l
I ItiivitRii nlslnl 1iirrm lrlrH Sent nt lo 11 the UII Const Con t to Meet Slrctsprlu Meethiinlcrs Irl
i hiinlcrsprtat Imllr ImllrI
sprlu oprldl ruMr ulo uMr Dispatch luplrl la Tiir TIIF ri SDK SDKNKWCIIWANO SUl SUtNzwciisvaso
NKWCIIWANO NFCIWANO March 16 16lotuchments Detachments of ofRussian ofUusslal ofitussian
Russian Uusslal cavalry caalr infantry InCantr and artillery artilleryhave art artilleryhave Ier IerhalA
have been despatched dfptehcd to Tower Hill HI eight eightmiles clhlmlel eightmiles
miles mlel south of Kalchnu Point and to an another anolher anoilier
other coast ct position pirn ton miles mil further Curt her west westTho westThA ivestThe
The purpose of this movement is unknown unknownI unknownbut
I but It ItlncfMef increases the expectation expcctlon of a Japa Japanese JapnI Japaneso ¬
nese nl attack attackThe a ttaokThe ack ackThe
I The last American Amolrn and English EnSlsh women vromonleft WOIGI WOIGItoduy womenleft
left today Most M0 t of the theralway therailway > rallway employees employeesnre
are leaving Ilalng Ylngkow An emergency e en rgncy rgency train trainj trin trinI
j I is kept in readiness to take tho remainder remainderThis rminde remainderrhis
This Is If in accordance acordan with the directors directorsj dlr directorsdecision tott tottI
j decision to abandon the line ln In view low of the thej theexpected
j expected oXpctod Japanese Japnese attack attacki
i A special 8plaJ guard gar of 200 20 Chinese Chlnll troopj troopjis trp trpI
I is If posted potd at the Chwangtaltso bridge thirty thirtymiles thirtyI thirtymiles
miles ml0 away Iway owing o1lng to fears that t at robbers robbersI robbr robbrmy robbertmay
I I may my attempt attmpt to destroy dltroy it I There om is Hub llttbconfidence Hubconfdenc littt3confidence
I confidence confdenc here in hone IhOe troops troop Thsy Thsyare Th3 Th3I Th3are Th3yare
are expected expted to run rn If I attacked ttko fha fhaabandonment Th3abndonent Thaabandonment
abndonent abandonment of the railway ralway will wi stop atp com communication communlcaton cornmunicatlon ¬
munication with th Shanhalkwan ShanhalkwanBusiness Shnhlkwan ShnhlkwanDUHlnes Sbanb ikwan ikwanBusiness
Business DUHlnes la i at at a standstill stndti Prices of ofeverything orenrythlng ofeverything
everything havo trebled trbled The ice 10 is I thaw thawing thawing thawing ¬
ing but the pilot plo believe bleo it is I too to thic thicto thlcto thicto
to hope for the opening opning of navigation navlgaUo yet yetunless ye yeunle1 yetunless
unless unle1 the spring tides tdes tomorrow lomorrw and anduntil andunt anduntil
until unt Sunday break up and carry cry out ths thsice th thIc 4 4Ice
ice Ic Otherwise Oherwle it will wil be a fortnight before beforenavigation bCore bCorenalgaton beforenavigation
navigation nalgaton opens opensJAPANESE opnll opnll1tP4ESE opensJtI4NESE
m Petersburg drbtJ Heart tan That Tat Port Arthur ArthurWas Alllr Alllrna AtthitrWas
Was na Quiet Yesterday YesterdaySpecial e1lr e1lrSpulal i iSpecial
Special Cable Deipaltlui to TO Tn Sw SwST S SOSSr
ST PETEBSBuna IETER8BU O March llrch 18 10A A despatch despatchfrom depath depathfrom dospatchfrom
from Port Arthur today says 11S that the theenemys thoenomys f fenemys
enemys fleet flet is not visible viible off of the port portEverything pr portEverything
Everything EIeryhlng is quiet there therePARIS therePARIS therePanis
PARIS March 16 ItTe 16The The St Petersburg Petersburgcorrespondent Petrsbrg Petrsbrgcorrespndent Petersburgcorrespondent
correspondent correspndent of the Echo de Paris Par tele telegraphs tlo tlograph telographs ¬
graphs graph that the report repor that the Port Por Arthur Arthursquadron Ahur Ahurequadron i isquadron
squadron is trying tryng to join the Vladivostok Vladivostoksquadron Vadl0tok Vadl0toksquadron Vladivostoksquadron
squadron is due to the repeated rpte sorties sortiesfrom Brte sortiesfrom
from Crm Port Arthur Arhur whereby wherby Admiral Admir Maka Makaroff Mb MbrolT Makaroff
roff is testing teting his ships ship and officers ote The TheRussian Te TeRU8ian TheRussian
Russian RU8ian ships were ere out again on Monday Mondayho
ho says saysTOKIO lyS lySTOUO saysToaro
TOKIO TOUO March 16 10Nothlng Nothing can ca be learned learnedof leae
of the ie Russian RUllan naval movements movemets The re report report report ¬
port that Ole Port Por Arthur Art1r fleet fet had left lef that thatplace iat iatpla thatplace
place pla Is still 8t1 unconfirmed ucn1no The Te Admiralty Admiraltyhad Admrty Admiraltyhad
had received rive a I report rpr that seven Bven Russian Russianwarships nu Russianwarships
warships warship were 1ero seen Ben passing pllg Por Port Lazarcff Lazarcffon Lrt I Ion
on tho east et coast oaat of Cora Cores but b t the te report reportIB rort
IB very Vlr vague and unconvincing unonvnclg It I does doesnot doe doenot doesnot
not describe dlcrbe the vessels vlel vesselsnoratato nor norltto state lnwhatdi lnwhatdirootion i inwhatdit inwhatditreotlon wht dl dlrUon
rootion rUon they tey were wer going goingYINOKOW goingYINOIOW goingYisoaow
YINOKOW YINOIOW March 18 ISThe The last ll bombard bombardment bmr hemMedmnent ¬
ment of Port Arthur Arhur is I declared dolarcd to t have havemade hve hvemade hivemade
made every ever part pr of tho fortified torled area ar un unsafe unIIICe Unsafe ¬
safe IIICe The e Russians Rtmn are taking tanr new n w and andspecial nd ndspial 4 4special
special spial measures mer to guard the peninsula peninsulaTELL penInailaTELL
g p pTEM
Sailor Saio From Fom Port Pr Arthur Arthu Otis 011 Details Detailsof betilliof
of Japanese apnte Bombardment BombardmentSpteiai BombardmentpciaZ mbarmet mbarmetpro
Spteiai pro Cablt C4 C4b DttpatOt Dr4plel lo Tax Ta SUN SUNLONDON B1 SueLONDON
LONDON LNDON March Marh IT 17The The Shanghai Sbgh ear correspondent o orpndent earrespondent ¬
rpndent respondent of the I Eiprttt sends nd the fol following loi10In following ¬
lowing 10In account aunt of the attack atak on bnPort Port Por Arthur Arthurlast Au Artburlast
last 1t Thursday Tursdy which U I the first frst and ard the thofullest tlefullet thefullest
fullest fullet detailed detaie story stor of the damage dme done donoby doneby
hero heroThr by the Japanese Japne bombardment bombrment received receivedhero rnd rndhero receivedhero
Three Thr Norwegian NOJeglan steamers II tamers tho Brand BrandArgo Drnd DrndAgo BrandArgo
Argo Ago and ad Selrstad Slrst arrived hero her today todaydirect ty tydirt todaydirect
direct dirt from Cm Port Por Arthur Atu which place pl4 they theyleft tey teyleCt theyleft
left on Sunday night Their captains Optaln were weretaken weretkpn weretaken
taken tkpn before beo tho Port P r rt Admiral Admirl prior pror to totheir 10their totheir
their departure deprtu and forced lor to swear swer that thatthey tt ttthey thatthey
they would ould not reveal reval what had b taken tkrn place placeConversations pl plaeeConversations
Conversations Convlrto with members membn of the crews crewshowever cs cshowever crewshowever
however drew dw out the following authentic authenticparticulars a authenticparticulars tento tentoprtculars
particulars particularsONE prtculars prtcularsONE
The vessels vcllll were wer chartered charter by tho Russian RussianAdmiralty RUln RUlnAdmiraty RussianAdmiralty
Admiralty Admiraty as a coal cal transports tramp During Dun tb tblast the theIlt thelast
last Ilt bombardment bombment the Argo lay alongside alongsidethe allde alldethe
the Retriran Rtvu In the harbor A shell 8h l from fr a aJapanese aJapaee aJapanese
Japaee Japanese warship warhlp fell on the deck dek of tho thoRetviian thoHtvr theRetvlran
Retviian Htvr and exploded oxploed killing kllnr nineteen nineteenofficers n nineteenofficers n nofon
officers ofon and men mn The crews ce1 of the mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant ships Ihp in the to harbor deserted and andfled ad adfe ni nifled
fled fe toward lowa the promontory promontor during dunl the thobombardment thebombrmnl thebombardment
bombardment bombardmentTho bombrmnl bombrmnlTo
The To greatest grtt t damage dlm was done to t the thenow t thenow hI
now town where wher the shells ehel8 practically practicallydemolished prctOI
demolished he all al the shops hop and business b 1
< 8 on tho main min street 8 t Soumly r a
was I Istl t uiiUiunhpd Uu T To o Ja JII lapmu au

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