OCR Interpretation


The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, April 14, 1904, Image 5

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1904-04-14/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 5

LIrv LIrvI
5T 1 4 I I II
4 I It
I I
I InfJ t tfofr f j ir l t 1 vtrpT n tJ > kY tJt1 i itwrW l nlrf mi 1 MB MBTHE 4j a aH aiJHEStJN
4 THE iJHEStJN STJ JTHURSDAY THURSDAY JHURSDAXA APRIlT APRth R1JJ ljJ94 14 1904 J tJ tJi
H <
i J I
=
BUILDINGS FRONT FALLS OF OFTv OFF OFFI OFqFIy
qFIy Tv I V nvm i JV COLLAPSE C0L1 4PSE OF OFIIAIXES jpitIlsES t t11MEi
IIAIXES LAW HOTEL HOTEFii1Iilli HOTELIlKlith
IlKlith Anne Wall all of the tll Sagamore nInnr nInnrletitly S Sirntly IlIrt
irntly 11111 Down anil Carried With It Pi Piof Part Partof P1Ut
of tile Flours Above honJohn John L I Jordan JordaIXIicr Jordan1lIllcr JoriIz1AIwr
IXIicr One of the Three Prlaone PrRsonewith PrlaoneWith IrlsonersWith
With a dellberntoness 11llb1 ntne and dignity t tflilng boo bool Iflfiflg
flilng l in iU It age n l tha th whole front of thn 8a 8amom Has Hasrnoro Hagu Hagumoro
Holel u llainofl law house of accoi accoimodal accomIliodallolll1t accouodat
moro mom
modal Iliodallolll1t ion at a tho northw nothwlHt n corner of Thirl Thirltlth Thirty Thirtytlflh Thirtfifth
fifth street nntl KlRhth avenue dropped Ir Irtho Into IntoIho Irtho
tho Btrftot yesterday afternoon As a i iHilt re reIlilt i itiilt
Hilt of tho collapso seven persons were werourcd I Ijurcd In Inj
jurcd j Jred < and tho tb contractor subcontract subcontractand subcontractorDne
and Dne foreman woro arrested on the char charof charge chargeof charor
of criminal negligence Tho injured are areCi0iKIIAN 1UeIocam arocloE
Ci0iKIIAN cloE Iocam MARY MAn K 5 S a4S West TMrtyfl TMrtyflduff TlllrItClh TlllrItClhlrrl ThIrtyritrret
duff lrrl I romiouncl CfltflO fracture of the tb rlctu rl bt let reraov reraovt removed removedI
t > hf hrr r hnnti hnntiSUMAIIOV MmMJlIm trnmhMIo
SUMAIIOV hMIo CORNELIUS M laborer BS3 8 8mIrtnlnth Ei EiVMrlynlnlh Eu EuliIrl
VMrlynlnlh liIrl > nlnlh utrcl left eye destroyed dlslocal dlslocaliff dlsloeated dlsloeatedi
iff i t Ihlsb Ihl b ud calp wounds taken to Uellev UellevlicMpltal Uellcue Uellcue1t L3eIt L3eItr
licMpltal licMpltalMfllOU 1t IItAI IItAICIIOI
r MfllOU CIIOI HORACn IO1 tCi W M composer compo er 132 32 32r Ei Eiiv East Eastnlblrd
iv r rulythird eut tbId strcrl contusion of right MItarn ink inktairn ankle ankle14n
tarn 10 Ilollevue HospltM HospltMNlCHOU 1I001 1osptttICHOL > 1Ial 1IalijCIIOL
NlCHOU CHOL MM Jr In I1OHACE W to JSJ 1 Est Tweal Twealtbiril Twenly TwenlyIblrd TwentIbirti
tbiril street fracturtd forearm taken to Bellev BellevHn fletkyIlrpItt Dellcvue DellcvuetMpIlAI
Hn tMpIlAI IlrpIttRICCI > plt l lntCCI
ntCCI JIIC1IAEL CIAEL 4S 50 laborer 1 tll 1a6 8 Prosp ProspMrf Prospec Prospectrel Prosptrcet
Mrf trel t contusions of 0 head and back taken to toVtnrefltS 0 i iVlnrfnts S S10rnl
Vlnrfnts 10rnl A Hospltil HospltilSTERN 110111111flRS ltoipltatLOUIS
STERN LOUIS slight IItiI brulsw wu 115 treated and andnl a aeflt J Jnt
eflt nt home homeVARNICI homeMtNfCI
VARNICI NICOLA COLA 20 0 bootblack 887 S7 W WThirtyninth WFhIrtflflth WM WM1tlrllnlnlh <
Thirtyninth street right leg broken taken takenBoosfvelt takenflo5et 0 0Rooell
Boosfvelt flo5et et Hoaaltal HoaaltalTlio Jno jto2ttalThe lIal
The building is an old brick structui structuifive stnJcturoth structiulive
five th ptorifs high having a frontage on tt ttavenue the theEnue tiaventle
and the strtx strtxof stroot strootof 8treof
avenue Enue of about 25 b feet on
of 75 7 feet and owned by Mrs Josephit JosephitSchmid Josephlnofchmld Josephirsehnild
Schmid president of tho Lion Brewer BrewerIt DroweryIt
It Is li leased by William T Halllnan Jlalll nan wli wliruns who whoruns wtiruns
runs a saloon on tho ground flo flosml floor floorami 110and <
and lets out the rooms above Tw Twor Two Twoor Tcor
or throo weeks ago Hnlllnan gave a cot cotIrnct conIct cotIMet
Irnct Ict for refitting and putting in a no nofront new newfront nofront
front to 0 his saloon to the Charles Derlet DerletCompany Derlethompany DerletompanY
ompany of SOI Southern Boulevard Boulevardwhich t twhich or orwhich
which company Jacob Froelicli is th thowner the theonEr t1owner
owner ownerFroellch onErJloElich ownerroelieh
Froellch sublet all but the bar fixture fixtureand futtUrMand fixtureand
and cabinet work orlt to John Jordan it Son or <
440 West Twentyeighth Btreet The Ccpartnership Cc Copartnen Ccpartnertblp
partnership partnen < blp Directory gives the members t tthis or orthia cthis
John L Joi Jo1an Joidan Jordan
this firm an Ill John Jordan and
dan danJohn an anJohn John L Jordan Is I tho son of John and I Ithe Is Istbe Ithe
the Assistant Superintendent of Bulldingi BulldingiHe
He said yesterday afternoon after the fror frorof front frontof frorof
of the Sagamore Hotel had dropped on onand out outlid ouand
and lid after his father had been ant arrested arrestedI arrest arrestebarged tec teccharged
I charged with criminal negligence that h hhad he heI hhad
I had no Interest direct or indirect with th thfirm the thefirm thfirm
firm of John Jordan A t Son SonThe SonThe SonThe
The Improvements in tho saloon Ir Ircludca Includea Ireludea
cludca the putting in of an entire new front froron fronton fronon
on the avenue and the street Above th thold the theold thold
old show windows on Thirtyfifth stree streetnd atreetAnd atrecand
And on Eighth avenue ateel girders had bee beeset been been5et beeeet
set In to support the floors above Wher Wherthoee Vvierthra 11ern 11erntbree
thoee girders joined an iron column sup MUPporled supported up upported
ported them and rested on a II pier or platin plat plateIn platin
in the cellar It is supposed that thi thicolumn thisIumn thicolumn
column Iumn got loose from the girders fell in innord inard Inward
ward ard and that the collapse followed followedThs followedThe followedThe
The accident occurred at 230 in tho afternoon after afternoon afternoon
noon John Paar of 236 East 106th stree streeand streetand streeand
and another man were working tor thi thiDerloth the theDerleth thiDerleth
Derleth company Two or three met metemployed menmplOrOO mciemployed
employed by Jordan wero In the front o othe 01 01tbe othe
the saloon laying the foundation for thimarble thi themarhl thimarble
marble floor slabs Mrs Dora Weiss thhotel tin tinhotel thehotel
hotel housekeeper waa buwy in her own owiapartments ownapartments owxapartments
apartments on the top floor nnd her daugh daughter
vet Carrie ft young womiin was play playSuddenly playing playa
a ing the piano In the WelS Weiss front plor ploruddenh parlor parlorthiddenly
Suddenly uddenh there was as the sound of una unaping snap snapping
ping timbers tlmb just jut above abve tbo heads hM of BMp tl tlmen the themen tb tbmen
fing men in the r front of tho saloon oon Pa Palooked Pear Paarloke Pearlooked
looked up saw a big crack crak In the ceiling ceilingand celng celngand ceilingand
and loke warned the other men to t get out outThe outTe ou ouThe
The warning waring had hardly been bn given when whenJowly whenIowlr when1ow1y
Te Jowly and not ungracefully ungrculy as a a a bank banlof bankof baniof
of sand slides down part of the upp upper uppertloori i ifloors
uppr upprtoOI
8Ide
floors toOI with whatever was W pr on al them dropped droppeddown droppecdown dopP
down into the saloon saloonA oon oonA
A man who was standing stndln on the corner cornelfaid cornerMid cornerMid
Mid that the front dropped dropp so 8 easily eiy and andgradually one onegradually ad adgla
gradually gla laly that tht it didnt dldt didn Beam am as r if I It was wano wasno wasno <
no more than nothing at all allFor al a11For
For the men on the ground groud floor or the te wajof way wayr
of r escape was through the saloon sn Pear Poaigot Par Pargot Peargot
got tsap out with n few scratches aratbe Rlccl Rci go gotome got gotom gotom
tome om cute cut on I the l1ea head and ad back bck buMcMahon bu but butlclahon butMeMahon
McMahon fared much worse wor A brick briolhit brek brekhit brickhit
hit him full lul in I the left lef eye with such sch force fonxas ror
as a to destroy dllry the flight flightNicola alghtiola sighticoIa
Nicola iola icoIa Varnici aici whose whos father fater runs rl th thhootblaok te tehoolblaek the thehootblaok <
hootblaok stand slad on the corner cor was polish polishing plBh plBhIg polishlug
lug a pair of shoes abaa when whe the th crash crah came cameIt cae caeI cameIt
It Ig I torn pr away the corner crner of the little ltte boot bootcovering bth bthcvelng booth boothcoverIng
covering cvelng the stand a part of which fell fe on 01I onthl onI
I the thl boy and ad broke his leg legMr legfr legMr
hy
Mr fr and Mrs 1 Nichol and ad Miry Ma Geogah Geogahere Geogaian Geogaianwere Gga
were ere fr passing the tp building buidg when wbe the th oollap oollapcame olaJ ooliapsecame
p1lg
came All Al three th were wer knocked koko down I Itimbers by bytimb lytimbers
timbers and ad bricks bricksThe brickT bricksThe
timb The mpn who had lodgings on the thi thiind thi third thirdsM
mfn hd
ind Ad T fourth floors floo were wer logg out Mrs MI Wei Weiand WelM WelMand Welseand
and her daughter since the top floor tor IT IThe WI was wasthe
the last to elaulhte give way sc had ha time enough t tescapn t tn tnecape
escapn la to the rear rar of the building buidig Mif MifWeisns Miss MIMell MissVeissa
Weisns ell upright Ipright piano went down dow with willother withothfr withother
other othfr thing thin thinThe
The The Eighth avenue avnue front frnt and about abut ten teifeef tn tnf tenfeet
feet f t of the thl Thirtyflftb Tlrflft street tret wall went wentrown wentdown wen wendown
down rown carrying floors and timbers tibr with witlthem withthem withthem
them caring Tho decorations elfortOI fool on the north an anwest and andwe andwest I
west we t walls including an elaborately elboratelv nor carve carvernicinx caired cairedrniclfj
wals Incuding ca
rnicinx tncllx on the north wall wal of the Weiss Weisparlor Well Weissprrlor
parlor fulor were wer hanging in I their usual placeafter place plae plaaialter
after affr the wreck wreckThe wreckThe rek rekThe hangng
The front of the saloon sloon and the TOOK TOOKdirectly roomudiietIy
directly riretly above abe overlooking tho street Itt an anth a and andthe
th the the avenue were wer wrecked but the rest rst o othe or orth ofthe
the th building buiding was wa uninjured uninjuredAfter uninjur uninjuredAfter we
After tho collapse colaps a fire re alarm WM turned turneiin ture turnedIn
in in and the th police reserves rare arm from frm the Mao Maonotigal Ma Maorfoial
notigal lgal West Twentieth Twenteth West Wft Thirtieth ThirtiethJveet Thirieth ThiriethNt ThirtiethWest
Jveet West Nt Thlrtyseventh Tlrtysenth West WM Fortyseventh FortyseventhWest For FortyacventhWeet sventh sventhEt
West Et Sixtyeighth andj East Et Flftyflrsimen Flftyflrsi Flyflt FlyfltIt FiftyfirstStreet
It Street t sttOI stations wer were cale called out Te The fr fire firemen
men ren did good work in bulling ulng away aW th thwreckage te tewekage the theeiecknge
wreckage wekage brore before the te men me from the BulldlnDepartment Building Bu Idln
Department pltment got there There Tere were none to tomany to too toomany
many ma n1 police to t handle hande the crowds crowdsAe crowd
Ae A noon ton as al Capt Cpt Hussay HU8Y had hd made me ar aruivontigation a antlkvfatlgation
uivontigation ho caused the arrest art of Pear PaarJordan Pa PearJcrdan
tYlstgaton Jordan and Froellch Froelch cUe and to they tey were wer ad admined admlto admittoci
mined mlto to ball b in 1300 300 each Neither Neiher John Johnfn Joh Johnscn
fn Fn nor Froelich 3 would cc talk tk but Pear Paarcor PurOhfore Pearbefore
woud
Ohfore before he was tld told to kep keep quiet q et saId sid they
had rd bn j shortening the for floor cor timbers tmb ove ovei over oerIhl overthe
Ihl the front ehorlg of the sloon saloon te I In i order to make makroom makerhoom makeroom
room rhoom for the te new cabinet cbinet work work After Afterhe Aftehe Aftr Aftre
he e inade me this thl statement ttment he had ha a talk tl wit witFroclich withFroelich t
Froclich Foelch Then he declined delie to say sy any anything ay ayrhhlng anything
thing rhhlng more or explain exlin what wht ho meant meat 6 6hortenlng by byorlnlng byshortening
shortening orlnlng the floor timbers timberschjc tmb timbersChief
chjc Cief Chief Inspector In foor Bernard Berna J Gorman Gor ol olhe or orthl ofthe
thl the tlRMion he Rilon Building Buldl Baft sid Bald ptor Department Depent alter atr hU hi loves investlRMion IV IVRilon lovestigatlon
It looks lok to t me aa W If I the column clu support supportng
Ing in > ng the steel t 1 girders kicked out at the top topwhich tp topwfflch
which hlch left lef the grders heavy hevy kcke steel lt beams b withoutSUpport without withoulsupport withoutRUpprt
support RUpprt where whtro they most mOlt needed It They ThejfaSfWi TheyBaj
faSfWi Baj of their own ow weight welghtand welghtand nee and finally flnnyfel flnnyfelIlng fell fellig fellIPiting
t IPiting Ilng ig down eow everything everythingabovetham eerhlng above abve them We Wewall Weahal Weshall
wall ahal know more about causes CWe caus however howeverwri howeverwhtrt
whtrt wri hh hhnl nl wo I g get At t down dOm to the th pier or plate plte on orhicli onwhIrl
whIrl hicli 1 < I the column cllmn rested restedinspector rt
inspector Inptor Herman Goran said he saw IW no reason reaaori rln reasonor
fnlr or orrlErlnR folks out of the buding building and andtlic
1 tlic i rnnr was RR still lt I occupied ouplE last 1t night nightMTL nightOn nightlrj
MTL On lrj l 1v SATCHEL HE FOUND FOUJfDTurned FOUDnO
nO > Turned Tnrfd It I Over Ove to bibs the Police Polle and andCop a aCop aCop
Cop limned UlnKfr it I Anlrut AKalrt the Wall WallTwpveyearold WallTWeIreyparold 1
Twpveyearold TWPoycrrold James JomflfcDonld McDonald of 175 175Kan 175East 175Fat
Fat 110th street Itrt found an old satchel Ithollylng IthollylngIr lying lyingr lyhiger
er Ir r thn Third avenue surface Rurace car cr tracks tracksa
11 a 1 iiiKht Illbt anti 611 took it to tho East Et 104th 104thre 104thitfltfnn
I re station IIllon whoro Sergt SentI Patton turned turnedover turnedyrr
over yrr pr to Doorman Dinpeii Dinpeiihn DII
i ho Imtcr hiler started ItlrtC to carry the thing Into IntoImclt IntoIacl Into1w
IMf
1w Imclt < felt tomethln tomethlntnptdp
Iacl room when ho something somethingnivp 6methlng 6methlnglI
nivp lI innldc In lt nlncen Dltu cot scared Blarr and hurled hurleduiveit
l thr slicliel ldl1 against Iho wal wall Later Ltr he holked
JlUdll uiveit up couragu ngahJt and opened It It Inside Insidei Inllde InlldeIOrl
1
IOrl are a nn1r large > H owl ° wl aXmlr 1 a pnir of muddy shoes shoenpl shoesr
I r pl d i a 1 fWifnc f flhtn hlnj line lne The owl died dlo shortlyrwant shortly shortlysi shorly shorlya
si rrwl1 rviiml from Com the thf effects C1fts of the collision collUionv cm Ion
v rJh 11 tho wuii wullH Vft1lergt
srirt H ergt Pettcn Pctcn took the thf doormen dor to task tasks
r hlenntionand hlsnrtonand rl rinde reminded him tlatound tlatoundns that found foundnr
ns s nro nr sometimes smftme put pu in satchels sche1
TOM TO SHAttKEY SH SU1t1UE1ARRESTID SU1t1UE1ARRESTIDPolice 1KIW ARRESTED ARRESTEDPolice RRESTFD RRESTFDIolee
Police Iolee Think He le Wai Timekeeper Tmekepr at t tIlnldcrt thl IItaleled
Ilnldcrt nroadtvay Droad wY Fight FightTom Fllht FllhtTom FightTom
Tom SharUey the pugilist pugllt wan WR arrest arreatIflflt arrete arrestinst
Iflflt night nght on a awarrnntissuedbyMaglstri awarrnntissuedbyMaglstriI3roon warrant warrntsBlo Issued by Maglatr MaglatrBroonm MaRtrate MaRtrateBron
Broonm Bron I3roon In the West Side police plee court cur yes yesKeeper yetr yetrdkay yest yestday
day It Is charged that he WM the tlmo tlmoeper tin tinketiper
that
dkay Keeper of tho prizefight pn7fght which 10 was WI raidin raid raidIn rided ridedin
In tho Broadway Droadwa IlroadwayArcade Arcade Arade Building Duldln at Bron Bronway Drond Drondway Brorway
way morning and Sixtyfifth Sixtyfrh street stret early yoatord yoatordmorning Y0trday Y0trdaymorning yoatordmorning
Sharkey was Wo taken taen from his hil Fourteer Fourteeratroot Fourenth Fourenthslrot Fourteerstreet
street slrot saloon to the West Wet Sixtyeighth str strstation stret strettalon strstation <
station whoro Tom OHourko Olourko who whoouco wa a
talon
ouco his hil hI manager Rave ball bal for him himtllUil himWhen himihen
When tllUil AIUllVbVr Ilpltr limpector nnper Walsh llmml Valshgot Ku got 111IUUK throuph through J Jterday ye ye yeterday <
terday morning sorting out the hundre hundreodd hundre hundreodd
odd odd men who were rtng taken to the West Wet Sixt Sixteighth Sixty Sixtyollhth Slxteighth
eighth street station after the raid the thewere thero therower theWere
ollhth Itret staton arer T Tmen Tho Thomen Tmen
were wer only onl only fortyseven prisoners prllner left lef
men In high hats and evening clothes cothl p pRUaded per perluded pe pesuadeci <
RUaded luded tho Inspector that they wore not notthe notthe at atta
the ta prizefight hut were playing billiards billiardsa bliards In Inn
prizellpht
a n room adjoining a olnlng
James Jome F F Tlnsdale lldale a negro pollcema pollcematook polcemn polcemntook pollcerrtatook
took part In tho raid Ho le Walt wa in tho hi hiwith hall hallwih hjwith
with five other policemen who wore woreevening woreevening In Ineenlng
wih evening fvo clothes clothe Plcmen Tinedule was WI wa dressed d ed II IIa lke lkeaSixUJ Iiahixth
aSixUJ a Sixth avenue avelue loader of the colored clored arist aristcraoy orist aristoraoy
colored derb derbredstriped derby derbyreetripe Ierhredstriped
craoy Ho wore a pearl peal
croy redstriped 10 shirt adorned wih with a big bi dl dlmond dia diamond dlmood
mond reetripe real rM ehr gray trousers troUer and a bucket bucketcolored buckskincolored buckakcoloroci
colored suck ck coat coatWhen coatWhen coatWhen
When the crowd crwd tried tred to escape ecapo from t thall tho thohal tl tlhail
hall after the police broke in Tlnsdt Tlnsdtjumped Tilldale Tilldalejumpe Tinadejumped
hal jumped toonoof to ono 0 of rolce tho four doors to the ha haHopullod hall haHepullod
jumpe Hopullod out his revolver rolver and pointed itthe it ittho at attho
tho Hopuled men who tried tred to get poet pat him Eve Evosecond Evory Evoryseond EveBecond
seond second or so hed drop his hi revolver and fl fli fre frea 11shot
i shot at tho floorThe floor floorThe
a The cops who foor foorTho broke In didnt didntknow know Tin Tinway TII Titilab
dalo lab and Cj when they saw a negr negro blizlng blizlngaway blazh blazhway
way with a revolver they jumped on 01 hi hind hit hitmd him himand
and nd only Inspector Walsh saved Bvod him himIt himI himIt
Walh
It I was Insptr on an al affidavit afdavit made mo by Tlnsd Tlnsdhat TlnsdaLhat lldale lldalethat
hat Sharkey was arrcHted arrcHtedIn
In tho West Welt Side arrte court yesterday all al t tirisoners tho thoprsnors ti tirisoiiera
irisoners were ere discharged disharged except Jose JoseiIcAllen Joeph JoephfeAlen JoaciloAIien
prsnors iIcAllen and Edward Johnson the flghte flghtend fghter fghterand fightetLnd
and feAlen nd William Wilam W 1111am Drown Ewar who was I charged charpe wi wilanaglng wih wihmnaging wiianaging
mnaging lanaglng the prizefight prizefght They wore ho hoor hold holdfor hoOr
for or examination oxamnaton on Saturday SaturdayTITUS Satrday SatrdayTITUS SaturdayTITUS
TITUS SEW DEAD DEADucoumbj DEHISucumbs flEtIiueeumbs
Sucumbs ucoumbj to Heart lert Disease In Ills 11 Home HomeLittle IfonieLIttle lomo In InLtte
Little Ltte Falls Fall N NUnOA Y YUTIOA 1 1UrreA
UTIOA April AprIISExSentr 13 13ExSonator ExSenator Titus Shea Sheaif Shed Shedof
of if f Little Llto Falls Fals died die suddenly this morn mornt morning morningat mornlr mornlriA
at iA t his home in that city Ho le had been beenor bn I
for or about two months with heart hert troubl troublnit toublo toublobut troublUt
but nit Ut it was Wn recently thought that he wimprovlng wi Wi wcrnproving
Improving This morning ho was aboi aboio about
10 o enter his room to shave shve himself hil whe when whenho wheto
ho 10 paused an instant intnt at tho doorway dooray and ft fto feU feUW a
W o pU the floor He was Wr unconscious uncnsious fro frohat Irom Iromtht fwihat
tht hat te moment and only breathed breathe a few time timiefore tme timeefore
efore he died diedMr die dieMr diedMr
Mr Sheard Sherd was born bor in Yorkshire Eng Enfand England En Enand
and in 1841 He came tothis to this counti countihen country countrywhen countrthen
when hen he was 15 years old his sole forturelng fortur fortunebing forturelng
> elng an emigrant ticket which carrIe carrlelira carie carrIeurn
bing
him urn lira as far West WCt as Syracuse From Syri Syreuse Syrituse SyraeU
SyacU
use he started out on foot begging ogglng hood h hIs hIsfo ircod
eU fo cod until unt tte he reached rho Mottvttle lottvUe near ner Skai Skaitelea Bln Blnetele Skarateiea
etele ateiea telea where he found employmei employmein employent employentIn
In n the woollen mills A few years ye lat later laterho late lateLO <
woolen mi In tV tVroollen the thewoolen tliroollen
ho 10 went to Cohoes Coho and continuing cntnuing
roollen manufacturing business bUllneRs finall finallecome lnaly lnalybome Ilnallecome
woolen > ecome proprietor proprietr manuaturlnl of the well known Eagl EaglV Egle EgleWoolen EagiVoolienMllls
bome V VoolienMllls nllnnXflir at nt TUlIm Little Folia FoliaHe Fale Falele Falls Fallslie
Woolen He was Mis elected to the Legislature Lgislatue fro froerkimer from fromHerkimer trotlerkimer
erkimer le county cunty electr in 1878 187 and again In 187o 1879 1879Ho 187
Ho 10 o was wa a member membr of the State Btte Senate Snt i In
182 and ad 1883 and was WI returned to the Ai Aimbly Assmhly Atembly
smhly 182 mbly > in 18 1884 184 when he was elected elete Speaki Speakif Spaer Spaerof
of f that body by Theodore Theore Rooeovelt Ioovelt ra ragainst mn mnaginst ragainat
gainst him for or tho office officePolitically ofce ofcePolticly officePolitically
aginst Politically Mr Sheard Sherd was a halfbreecing halfbreec halfbreecelng hatbre
elng Polticly an active outside ollside opponent ofConV ofConVing of Conk Conklng Conlag
bing ing and Pratt actve during the oppnent senatorial senatrial deacok dead ded dedlok deadcic
durng
lng ok of 1881 Patt He was elected eletd State Senategain Senate Senatepain Sntor SntorJaln
Wn
lok 181
pain in 1890 He was a member membr of th thnion the theUnion thnba
Union Jaln nion League Lge t80 Club Cub of this city cityDIED cityDIED cityDIED
DIED AFTER 4FTE OPERATION OPERATIONW
W W v MacFwIandi Uaoalad Daughter Duthte Expire Exple m mthe athe t tthe
the New Ne York Hospital Hoplal HoplalM HospitalMrs l lMrs
Mrs Hetty MacFarlandFurnlss wift wiftW wifw
M Hety MFarldFI we weo
W P Furoisa and ad daughter daughtr of W W VfacFarland WMFald WacFarland
o acFarland Fu the lawyer lwer died dlelon on Tue T TuesIay TuesIaythe Jaj Jajthe ay ayat
MFald at the New Ne York 1 ork Hospital HOpit after tra an operatiot operatiotr opraton opratonfor
for r te appendicitis She was a native natve o oill of ofBtten ol olaten
aten appndlctB island where her lather ad and mote moteetU mothei motheiUI
Btten ill live Isld and ad was associated Ilate with he heother her hermother heiother
etU mother other le in much charitable charltblo work Sh Shives Sheeves She Shole0 <
le0 eves a I son Clinton Citn and a daughter daughterJ dauihter1uth
1uth aLit aLitJames
1uthame
James J ame me W HlnkJej Hln I Funeral Fntral Tod To ToPOUOHEBPIE TodaP0UOIIKEEISIE y yPouoilKEBPfllE
POUOHEBPIE PouoilKEBPfllE April Aprl 13 t3Tho The funera funerathe funerl funerlor funerathe
or the the late James Jae W Hinkley Hley former rorer chair chairan chr chrman chaIran
man an of the Democratlo State Btte committee commit commitwi committeeIii
Iii bo beheld held in Christ Ch ChrlstChurchPoughkeopsle Church Poughkeepsle Poughkeplde Poughkepldeat
wi Alton AltorParker AitorParker AltonB
at 3 P M tomorrow tmorw Chief Chef Judge
B Parker of the Court of Appeals Appeal ex erinator exSentor exinator
inator David te B Hill exSenator exSentor Edware Edwareurphy Ewa Edwarcurphy
Hi
Davd
Sentor
urphy Perry Belmont Congressman Johi JohiKetcham JohrKetc6m Joh
H Murhy Ketcham Pe and Blont Capt Congm Frank Frnk 0 Briggs BrUe BrUeUSA BrIgsBA
USA 8 BA Ketbm A retired rtre Mayor of Trenton N J JIll Jwi JLii
wi Ill be among aong the pallbearers pallbearersObituary palbarers palbarersOblt pallbearersObItuary
Obituary Oblt Notes NotesThe Note NoteThe lioteeThe
The Rev Egbert Coffin Smyth 8my professoieccloaisetlcal professoi proreesr proreesrot professolecclesiastical
ot ecclesiastical history at the Andover Andoveieoioglcal AndoerThelogicl Andoverteotoglcal
eoioglcal Nlelastcl Seminary hsln died suddenly Rudden In hit hlime his hishome hitme
Thelogicl home on Tuesday SernlY night at the age of 74 years yearsi yearst
me nght aUh 7Jlars 7JlarsHe
born In Brunswick ck Me and had ha beetnnectcd beet beencnnectM beernoected
He t i was
nnectcd wa with lrJsw the seminary somlnar for nearly nrar fort fortars fortearB fortare I
cnnectM > Ho wib iras tried for heresy alxteet alxteetars sixteerars Ixteenearl
earB are
with WI five trte ve other professors ftnc ftncs and andla andis
ars ago IrofElor
earl acquitted He was a graduate gr uBt of Bow BowIn n BowIn
is s wal
la aCQuted le
doln In College and the Bangor Theoloflca Theoloflcamlnary Thelogica Thooiagicaminary
mlnary Clege He taught for fora a time tme In Howdoln Howdolnd 10wdoln 10wdolnand
tugbt
temlnau and d then went w le nt to Andover Jn n 1878 he wet waicted WIH WIHellte wetcted
cted thel president prfldlmt of the faculty He war wainember wal wala warmember
ellte a member of the American Aerlln Historical Histrical Society Societye RcelY RcelYthe
the Genealogical Society of Massachusetts Massachusettsid llsachuetl llsachuetlald
id e d lenealogcBI the American Hocety Society of AntlQuaneswas Antiquaries AnUQuorES AnUQuorESHo
ald Ho S > was wa Wft to the te author of Reet a number of theological tbeologlcamphlets tboJOilcal tboJOilcalpmpbet theologicalkmphlets
mphlets and treatises treatisesMrs treatisesMrs
pmpbet Elizabeth tralse Dayton Colic widow of the thie thelate thehe
Mrs T Elzaet Dlytn Cle nt heime her herhome heme
Daniel F Colle died yesterday
late he e Cole dIe resterlY
In East J Orange She was one or th thjst tho thomost thost <
home me
prominent Balt women In northern nortber Ne Ne1ssy J < e ersey ew ewJer
most jst rsey prminent ond annually spent Ipent large larlo sums Iuml it itIvate 11 11prllt inIvat
Jer and annul1y public charities Sire he was fal pn pnthe one oneot onethe <
Ivate eharltEB
prllt ot the Incorporatom pUblo of the Orange Oranle Orphan Orphorjme Orpha OrphaHome Orphanzne
IncrratT organizerthat organizer organizethat organizerot
Home jme and was WB the sole ele surviving eurlvlng
that Institution She and her husband hiisbancre husbRndwere
ot
among Ilttuton the founders of the Munn Avenui Avenuiesbyterlan A Aveneeesbyterian < nl I
were re tp ol olilob of ofwhleh olIoh
esbyterlan Church of East Orange Orale
Preberan whleh ilob the BaY Chuch Dr lames Tame M Ludlow 1 II is pastor pastorrs ptr ptrMT
Coils was born In Newark on March 14 IIrs
MT rs Cole She wa Is survived br by two sons Lawyer LawyeiIward LawerEwar LawyerIward
1826 28 Iward 5 M CoIls eunlve of Newark and Henry W Wille WCle V VUe
Ewar of San Cle Francisco Franolsc and Ind a daughter daughterrs dautEr1T
ille
Cle rs Mary D Johnson widow of William Wilam 8 8thnson KJobnsn itbnson
1T thnson of East Orange OrangeNelson OrangeNtlsn OrangeNelson
Eas
Jobnsn Nelson 6 Flock a real rel estate eltate dealer deier nl lt ii iiBroadway
Ntlsn Broadway died last Tuesday at his hil real relnee reNdence realnec <
dence 30 9 nee Brawa 21 215 West et e5t 131st 131t lst street tret TueNa from Brightsease Bright Brilbtl Brightrreese
21 Mr Flock Flok had been In business buslnewi businessBroadway
dileue reese Broadway for the thl last lat forty tort years H His le lewaR l1Is <
on waR i is born fway In this city ct In 18 18S 5 and ad went In bust busies bUil bUilne bustas ¬
es for himself hlm when a young man H His HI HIwa He
ne is an expert In el appraIsIng property prpery and wa wawas wal walfrequent wee weequentlr
wa for opinions opinionsHe opinionswas
quentlr called upon explrt expert
frequent
a cale member upn of the Royal Arcanum Arcanumd Arcanumand
He and d was KnlghU Knlght of Pythias His Hi wife Ife survives survivesrtie lurnve lurnveblm
blm 0
blmThe The 0The Rev Re l3eor HerlI teorge e Fraser FrlfH pastor Pltr of the theesbyterlan theprbyerhm theesbyterian
died diedere diedera
esbyterlan Church of Crowley La L die
prbyerhm Tuesday night aged s 82 HP was wasirn wasTo 81 81bor
tbere on II
ere Tueday Illht age
In Wellsvllle Ohio He UI was profjfsoi profjfsoimental prer profresormental sor sorot
bor irn mental Wellle and moral philosophy In Washing Washingi Rahlnl
ot phlolph
College In 1840 and after afterird afterrid
and Jefferson 180 afer aferwar
ton i ollge
rid RI In Waynenvllle Jtern College Colge He HI became hlcame a nesbyterlan aPebYran aeebvterian
war Wayeavie minister In 18S jars and was ate stained st atetnd ¬
PebYran ined esbyterlan at Lancaster Ky Iy Lake ake Charles Charleslayette Charl CharlLaette CharlesLayette
tone layette and Lncaltr Crowley Crwle Ln LnHenry LaUenry LiiHenry
Laette Collln ohm Bldwell a I retired Maiden Maidenoe Maldnlane
Henry Bidwel retre
ln
lane jewoller died of paralysis on Tuesday Tiiesdashis TueayRt Tuesdayhis
oe e
Rt his Jewller home V 205 J Jalklon jackson oiJ avenue Rlnll Jersey JerIY City CityHe Citywas
hoUt born 2 nt Illllsdale dalE N Y 1 on Juno 11 1
He 183 9 43 wan wal He was engaged enlalld HI In the Jewelry Jtwllt bust busts buslnls buMBa
thirty II wal years and Ind retired retred two years elrs BBC BBCi agoon egoaccoUnt
Ba s IIT
nls on Recount thlrty of ill health hAlh Mr r Bldwell ldwpl was wal a ateran I Interan ateran
nteran i teran Kcount of the Seventh 8enth I Regiment Rllmtnt He le leaves leavfwidow leaveswidow IEala IEalaa
a widow one son ln and three thrle daughters daughtersJohn daughtfl daughtflIohn daughtersTohn
M Tufts aged tt S a veteran of the therll thecivi theIll
John Ill and of theSoventh the th aie Seventh KeKlmentdled KeKlmentdledterday Ilealment died diedeterdar
civi terday war at his hil home In Rahwny N J 1 JU JUis 1 lIeIs
YNwrdlT Landing South Rahwny Rahwnyid Rlhwa Rlhwaand
born at Stnr Ilndlnl Rltl
wal and is id was bor for a Htr time In II business In n this city cityir clt cltFor eItr
years tmo he was organist erlonlat of Salulmis SaintIlls Saint SalutPlul
For Plul ir Ills r many man Church In Jlahway ahwa and Ind one 0 of lu luFwikUn itsatrymen
Franklin atrmn atrmnFrankHn atrymen Merrill a retired retrl leather Itlther mrr mrrant mprchant merant
chant ant of Hnverlll Mlrrl Mass IM8 died dlld on Tuesday Tuesdayhis Tuesa Tuesalt
Iaverl taeiflc street Brooklyn In Inerabnrs inI
home 1307 trelt I
his Jrooklyn
Pupfflc
lt eightieth homl year He was al on one of the 0lal81 0lal81membrs okies okiestmbera
hil I ellhtlth Yer 11
Congregationsurch Congregational Congregationalmrch
membrs erabnrs of the Central CCtrl Conlrelotonal ConlrelotonalChurh
Churh mrch He le leaves IlnPB a widow Idow and Ind two children childrenMnjor chilren chilrenMajor childrenMajor
Major A k BCooko 113 Coko Cooke of Norfolk Va a died diedt
at the age of SI years He waa waarmerly waaformtrls wasmeriy
< It t nlpht ear
10lt nfjh al for Ion Ionne butt buttas Iontme
rmerly Mayor laor of the thl city cl and a I
formtrls Police Magistrate Hn was al the thether therat therer
tme rat ne ther rer was WI of H Polc H Cooke nkA MncltrIA prenldynt pr ldnt of the th New Newirk Newnc ew ewYork
lr I and Norfolk Railway RailwayMrs ROIIWOYrs
York irk nc Philadelphia ald Riwo RiwoMra
Mrs phladllphla FrnnrM 1 Manlce Manlr Smith wife wlr of the theiv theRn th thIv
Btjilth
Rn rs Dr FraneIl J Tuttle Smith died suddenly Iucdenl In Iniris inParla inna
iv rulle 6mih
Parla iris na on Monday Mondl Shxwnan She was n daughter dauihtlr nl the thee tle tlelete
Manlcenn old Now ork family familyr
lete De Forest famiy famiyler
e brother William Manlenl De Forest Mftnlce ManicI died diedmo dl dlme diedroe
ler r Wiiam loaves fclster fclsterB Istertho ieterS
mo time ago go Mrs re Smith n I
tho B wife tme of ft physician phlclRI In this city cityPolice cityPol cityalice
Police ie Captain George Wohlleben of the thetth theSixth th thtth
Sixth Pol tth precinct Cptln Jersey JrY Oorge City Wohllben died dIe yesterday jreyterdayhis rettdarat yesterdayhis
at his Jrllna home 813 1S Pavonla avenue Ho Io waa waarn waabr wasen
rn bl In Jersey JemerCHr CUr on Dec Dl 17 1 m 181 ie < and b bme bcae be beme
br me I a I Je1 patrolman Jtrela hon on Autr Ali 29 isis 17 Il Ilives UleaTe lie lieves
leaTe cae ives a awle wife a I daughter dAUr ter and d a I eon 11 eonI
I
KILLED IN ASYLUM ASYLUIJIJRY JORYSA JORYSATTIIIEE JURY SAYS SAYST1IER SA SATTIIWL
T1IER TTIIIEE WARDS JV ISLAND ATTE ATTEATS ATTEND ATTENDANTi ATTENANTS
ANTi VXDEH U m ARREST ARRESTDoctor ARRESTDottor AI1IWSTDoctor
Dottor Doctor Who Signed SIItd Certificate CtrUnente that 1at K KIl UnRk UnRkUfd Yin YinIied
Il Ufd Iied l of Pneumonia Peumonia Way 11 lny Get Oe In Tr Trble Ton TnhisAutopsy I
Brc BrcIlone Brcut BrcutDone UreHone
ble hleAutoplY hisAutopsy Autopsy Showetl Showel That Tat
Done and 13 lllbs IUb Were fre Drok DrokA Droken DrokenA
A Coroners Jury jur decided deide yesterday y terda1 i iLndwlg that thatL1dwlg ti tiLudwig
Ludwig L1dwlg Knak Kna died die In the tie Manhattan Manhtan St SbHospital StHospital Stato StatoI0apltal
Hospital I0apltal on Wards Island Ilad on March Marchfrom Marchfrom 28 28from
from injuries Injurl received reeive while whlo a patient the therather there thererather therather
rather than from pneumonia and tho otl otlcauses other otherCU oticauses
CU causes first frt given In tho death certifier certiflcisigned certfcate certfcateslgno certifiersigned
slgno signed by Dr John Joh It I Knapp KnappThomas Kapp KappThom KnappThomas
Thomas Thom Rellly Reiy Walter altor Kellly nely and Jo JoShea John JohnShea JoShea
Shea attendants ottndl at tho hospital bospltl were i irested a areted irested
reted rested and ad locked loke up in tho Tombs olmrg olmrgwith charged chargedlth ohargwith
with lth criminal negligence neglgence but AssisU AssisUDistrict A8lstant A8lstantDitrict AsslstrDistrict
Ditrict District Attorney Atorney Garvan says sys that he hetry v vtry wi
tr try to have them Indicted for raanslaught raanslaughtand mslaughter mslaughterad
ad and that he will 1 proceed proe also al against againt I IKnapp Dr DrKapp IKnapp
Kapp Knapp and possibly against agalnt others of ofhospital t thospital the thehesplul
hesplul hospital staff staffKnak staffKnak
st
Knak Ilk who was as 00 0 years ears old lived Ihe w whis with withhis Wi Wihis
his wife at 169 East 110th street stret Ho 10 li lii 11M 11Mbeen 1 1been
been i > con weak mentally mentaly for some years n non nnl nnlon aon
on March 17 1 his wit had him removedBellnvuo removed removedBellovuo remoe to toBlovuo
Blovuo Bellovuo He was wa transferred tmnrered two do dolater das daslater dalater
later to Wards Was Island lld whoro he died diedMarch die diedMarch al
1llreh March 28 28An 28An 28An
An autopsy autpy performed performo by Corone CoronePhysician Coroners CoronersPhslelan CoronePhysician
Physician OHanlon showed showe that his bret breibone bret bretbono bretbono
bono had been ben crushed crMhe and ad thirteen thirteenhis thirten thirteenhis at
his ribs fractured fraturefvo fracturedfire flvo on tho right ul uland Bide Bidennd siand
and eight on the loft The body bdy was wasmans wasmass 0 0I
I mans of cuts and abrasions abrasionsPatrolman abrllon abrasionsPatrolman
Patrolman Patrolan Scanlon Snnlon of tho Twentynlr Twentynlrprecinct Tentynlth TentynlthJrecuct Twentynmprecinct
Jrecuct precinct and ad Dr W V lurker of hobby Bellovtestified Belovuo Belovuotetfe hobbytestified
tetfe testified that tat Knak Kol had only 011 a slight slght but bru3n brle brleon buton
on the left thumb and u I scratch on the fot foihead fotlead fore forebe
be lead when be was WI taken to Bellovue BellovueDr lovue lovueDr
Dr F L Havlland Uoild who is in charge chargothe Ilaro chargeIhe of oftho
the reception rpton ward at the Manhattan fonhalan Stn StnHospital Stahospital State StatelI0P
lI0P Hospital Ial said sid that ho had noticed notc no i iluries in injurlc ijuries
jurlc juries about tho man ma He said sid ho con coulot could couldnothlo conothave
nothlo lot othave have overlooked overlooke thirteen thirten broken rit ritThe rbs rbsMTho rftThe
The man was WI in good goo condition condiion phI phyially phIcaly phyraIly
caly ally when hol I turned turne him over to tho a aendants a aendantaof at attndat
tndat endantaof endants oC Ward Wad 3ho 3 ho added addedThese adc1 addedThese
These TheO attendants attndat it developed decoped had hi hicant had hadBct hrleant
Bct cant preparation before their appoln appolnaent appoit appoitment appoinneat
neat as nurses nul Thomas Thoma Rcilly Rll had be beho beeu beeute beehe <
te ho driver of an a ash Ih cart Walter Hell Hellras 1ely 1elywa hellrita
wa rita a motorman motrma on oua a Third Thid avenuo surfaiar surfai 6urace 6uracecar aurfruar
car ar and Shea was wa a bricklayer Thei Theiacn Teso Tesome Thernan
me nan all al swore that Knalc Kol had receive receivelono rrcclvtlono clnd clndnono
lono but the beat of treatment tntment while whileheir whie whileheir I
heir core coreDr coreDr careDr
teir Dr OHanlon OUalnn testified ttllr that Knaks brea breaione brt brtbono breaone
bono one might have been ben fractured fractur by a hea heatan he heanan
ma tan kneeling kUllng on his chest clst In his hi op opinion opiniondeth opiiticteeth Ink Inkleath
deth teeth was 1 due to violence violenceVita violencetrs violenceMrr
Vita Katheryn Bycrs Dytrf a stepdaughter stepdaughteruiak slepdaughter stopdaughternakvlaitedhirn of ofllak <
trs
llak uiak nakvlaitedhirn visited vleltd him at attire tho hospital ho plta on the da daipfore day daybelore daefore
belore ipfore he died His eyes were blackened blackeiieiils blackenedhl
hl lie mouth an and < l nose nos cut and his cheat an anrms aud audarm artmis
arm rms a moss ml of cuts CUtl and abrasions ahralons she Bald BaldI Md MdI
I asked Ike father how he bad come to bo b bee beelorribly e elorribly f
lorribly bruised brlsd sold 8d A r livers on ad adhe
he 10 0 cried and said Oh God Od They haeaten ha hae haebattn haseaten
battn eaten and kicked kicke Md me until unti I can lioidl lioidlireatle hadly hadlyhreaUe hardbreatle
ireatle They jumped on me Katie Kato oil oilhen wli atehen
hen struck me jump with wih iron Irn bars barsMrs bs bsIrs barstIr
tC Mrs tIr Irs Byers said Id that she Ihe spoke spke to th thitiroca the thenurlH thtrrses
nurlH itiroca but they only laughed and repllcc repllccI repled repledMI
MI I guess tho old gent tumbled out of bed bedDr bedDr bcdDr
Dr gtS Knapp Knappwho who was Wi in chargijof eburg ehargeotthewarc ehargeotthewarcrae or the wart wartras ward warda
rae a put through a I stiff stt nxamliatlon oXlnlalion by IJ Mi MiInrvan li liarvan Ir IrOllnn
Ollnn Inrvan arvan He had ha certified crtlled tho causes c ceath or ordeath aeath
cUt1
death eath as I pneumonia chronic mjoarditl mjoarditlnd mloardlts mloardltssnd
snd nd senile Inle dementia dementa He Hf admitted Admited basin basinaheequcittly bavinubsequcntly havig havig8uhquenty
ubsequcntly inserted insrt inr in the certificnt certificntnder crtfcatc crtfcatcunder certificatcodor <
under 8uhquenty instructions instrctons from Dr A E Mac Mactanald MacDnald Maconald
tanald the superintendent fuprltcndent the word wordfracture wordsIraotur wordrraoture
Dnald Iraotur fracture of f the te sternum sterum and two ribs ribsDr rib ribsDr
Dr Knapptestlfled that ho knew kew nothing nothingP nothinger
er P the Knaptestfe manner mae in i which Knak Ka had receive receiveis reIve
hl is Injuries Injurie In I a letter lettr to t Coroners Croners phy phyclan physlci phyclan
slci clan Schultze Shult which whih was wa produced produc in I evl evlMice ovldace on onInca
dace Mice he said saidOn MidOn saidOn
On the night nllht of his hi admission Knak nak fell fel on onbed nut nutor ourbed
or bed and ald sustained sU tlnN a email mal scalp wound woundislnratlon wounddleloraton woundeboeation
islnratlon of the tip of the nose and somA somIdltlonal somAadltonal scm scmbiitional
dleloraton Idltlonal bruises brul e9 on his right arm nni nniloulder and andboulder anoulder
adltonal boulder On thn morning moril of orthe the Jlst I ist t lust lustwns IrJ Instp t th
h > p wns ns discovered to have hl1p a 1 fracture fracurl of th thernum thn thn8terlm thETflhlnt
al diAlere
ernum nnd Rld n fracture rractue of the third and fOrth foxirtlbe fnirrtlbe
ribs 8terlm be on tho right rllht side Ide Ills n Is restlessness rlt ne 9 liner utiicrltement linereitemeat Itll Itllfultlmlnt I
fultlmlnt crltement continued cntnlo He refused r fut to lie le li lixl In InhN
xl 1 and It was neiewary nelear to administer se seitlves ccdives e
hN dives to t Induce Induc quiet quietThe QuietThe quietTue I
dltN The jury remained remaine out for half hal an hour hourhen hourWhen hourhen
When hen thn th foreman had read tho verdict verdictaroner verdictCoronr verdictDroner
Coronr aroner Brown ordered the arrest areAt of th thtree tho tholhrM thrtree <
lhrM tree nurses nurss who had not loft the room roomid roomand roomtd
and id in default defaul of 12500 SS ball bal each ach they wen wenimmittcd wprocmmite weritmmittod
cmmite immittcd to t the Tombs TombsPROFITED TombsPROFITED TombsPROFITED I
PROFITED III nr LOST LEO LEOlarltlei LEOCate LEGim1tIea
Cate larltlei Society olltt Arrest Arret 8 I a Small SmAi UoyWi UoyWiHold DoY1o DoY1o10irt flay 11ie 11ief4oid
Hold 10irt Paper Ppen on Broadway BroadwayFrank DroadaFa HroadwayFrank
Frank Fa Homan Homn a I twelveyearold hvelveyearold bo bohoe boy boyWl10 boyhose
Wl10 hoe hose right rght leg is out off 01 above the kneill knee kneewi kneeill <
In the th Childrens Cow Cowlis Couriik
wi ill be b arraigned laigned Chidrens Cout Coutthis
this lis morning moring on a technical charge of beg begng beglog
alng log ng He told a I curious eulO story ttor when h has he hewa hi hias
wa as arrested Isted yesterday afternoon afteroon by offl offlrs of offirrs
cr rs of the mendicancy squad attachei attacheii attahed attahedtl
tl I i the Charity Carty Organization Orgaizaton Society SocietyThe Soiety SoietyTe SocietyThe
The Te boy has h been hanging hangig about Broad Broaday DroadW8Y Broadfly
W8Y ay and Fortysecond FortIPond street ttrt for eonume some lome lometime somerae
time me and has ha done a thriving business businessilllng buinl buinleelng businesslUng
illlng papers He generally generaly got a nicheiece niche nlekeliece nllkel nllkelaplpe
eelng
papr
aplpe liece for them thtm and nd is believed bleve to havade have haemlde havelade <
mlde lade about abo1t 250 25 a day dayHe dayHe dayHe
He said lald that tat his father Lester Lter B Homan Honnantent Homanoct Homa HomaU8ato
U8ato oct to bo b editor of the News Nes at Port Jef Jefirson Jefteron JetXSOfl
teron irson L L until unt a short tune tlo ago go whet wheti wheuhe
he i went went to Troy to t become beome foreman of ofrgo i ir
Iarao r rgo o printing printng plant plantTho plantThe planLThe
The boy Frank and his hil brother wen wernft wenft em emlef
lef ft for some lomo reason not explained explaed with witli withfn wiLlaunt
fn i aunt In Harlem larlem Frank said ald that nt ntion f inon
5001 ion as R his hi father was wa out of town tow ho anr anra and andhi
a brother were told that they te must ennielr earn eonltheir earnem
hi their ielr em board The brother who is I older oldertind olderround oldertmd
round > tind a job and paid SIS 16 a month for hi hinrd his hisboard hsirmrd
board > nrd and lodging Frank Frak could culd not gelork gel Iet Ietwork getork
work ork as I a a messenger messnger on account aount of his hi hay have ha haIg <
g hut one leg RO he took to t selig selling papeN papeNa
He Ig e says that he wan Wa obliged obl to pap pay 1 1cnla M Mnts V Vnt
cnla nt nts board money every eer evez night when len hient hi he heent hent
ent nt homeThe home homeThe homeThe
The boy bo says that his leg was wa amputate amputateiree aputted aputtedthreear amputatedreeyeara
threear iree reeyeara years Aay ago as a a result of an accident aident li linich In Inwblcbhe Inhlch
wblcbhe nich he was WI run over by a heavy bla wagon wagonUS wagon1R wagonIS
1R US 17 K DAVISS DA lIS DIVORCE DIORCE CASE CASElie CASE1lrr CASEfe
1lrr lie Racks Ikl Divorce Dhorc Without Alimony Almon liu liuTVanti lnt lnt1antl but butWant
Want 1antl Her Jfr Money 1010 HackWILKESBABRE Hack DukW1LE8DA1RE HackWIWCESBABRE
WILKESBABRE W1LE8DA1RE Pa April AprI13 13 3Mrs Mrs lrs Georg GeorgDavis Gerge GergeK GeorgiDavis
K Davis who was Wo Miss 111 Helen Heen Gallatln Galati o opw or orXIwYork ofV
wild that hr divertsoceedtngs diverts divorceoce
XIwYork pw V York city cty today tay
her husband th theminent the thepromlnEnt theoniinent
propotg oceedtngs oce < dthgs against a ga In lt husbad
promlnEnt eminent mine operator of this thll city cty would wouliit wouldrlot
me AI1desire AI AIdesire All AllI
rlot it t Include a demand demad for alimony almon
I desire dcslrcMlho she said Foad is the money I gave gavm gavehim gavem
him m He should give gh mo that back Shdined Sh Sho Shodlclne Shedined
dlclne dined to pay how much it was Wi hut ad adItted admitted adItted
mitted Itted that It was WB several 8oral thousands thousandsMrs thousnd thousandsMrs
Mrs fr Davis Da11 said Aid she he did not think thvorce th the thechore ttevarce
vorce would ould be b contested oonteste I believe believee belee beleeIbe
chore Ibe e said Iaid that he Is just as a anxious axloUR to ge gedlvp get gAta getdbvreco
a dlvp dlvtce dbvreco < co ss s I am amOf runof o
Of the reasons reans for divorce she he declared declaredt dolald dolaldIt
It t L fa I incompatibility IncomFQUbli pure and ad simple simplee simpleWe
We e could not get et along together to thEr Our Ouist Olr Olrtas Ourats
I desiredMr desiredMrvVs desired Mr Mrta Ir IrDa
tas st ats S oro different What
dlent
Da ta vVs is did ao not and n vice Ico versa erai so 10 tho wises wisesiurko wlsRt wlsRtcourto wisesturea
urea is II to t separate separateShe sparate sparateShe separateShe
courto She denied defliedthat dlied that she Ihe is to t be married maried mariedfoon ai aion as ason
on ah er the divorce dor Is granted grated ranted She 8hoi wilobably wil wiUohably
foon probbly obably return rt n to o New Ne York ork city ciy an al soon soorshe loon loonM soonalto
M she Ihe In II legally legaly free freeMODES freeIIODES freoRHODES
MODES SCHOLARSHIP SOHOLARSlIP EX4V5 EX4V5Qualifying EXolS EXolSA EX4VSqualifying
A CIUllr1n Qualifying Tr Tnt t of the tie Candidate Canldatt1 for forOxford forOxford forOxford
Oxford ItCRlni ItCRlniiight Dtlln DtllnElpht HeginsEight
Elpht Eight students Itudent who are ar candidates cndldntel fori for rorth forhonor
th i honor of representing rEpreltnl this State Slatl as asill ascii
C < cii ill 1 Rhodes RhoM scholars flhollrRat at Oxford Oxfor University UniversityRan tnlerlty tnlerltybflan
bflan Ran their qualifying Clstfyln examinations rxomlnaliol nt at Co Conbla Collmbia Conbia
llmbia nbla University Unhell yesterday y rda The pxomi pxomitlons pxomlIntlons exanrilions
Intlons lions were hold in Earl Erl Hall al under the thepervlslon theIuperlllon thepervislon
Iuperlllon pervlslon of Prof Thomas Scott Stt FLike FLikeey Fiikeely Like LikeToy
ey were in no cense le competitive competUo hut hutnply hut8lmpl hutOpi
8lmpl Toy nply Opi qualifying quaIyng to insure lnul that the te elective electivelolars ellth ellthholar electivenobam
holar lolars can pass pa rosponsions rpllol the en onnco entrnca enace
trnca ace examination exmnation at Oxford
OLDS WINS OLGA LOSE LOSESMot LOSENot LOSENet
Mot a Penny Penn for Drench Drelch of Promisetel PromisetelpIiriient Promlie lomlom lomlomplhlrt Co Copllments
pllments plhlrt to plaintiffs IlalnI1 Lawyer LawyerOlga LWen LWenOlga LaweriOlga
Olga Lansdorffthe Inlorlthe selfconfeftsed alfconleN ootrt ootrtwho at actrewho
who sued fU11 Franklin Franln M Olds a 1 retired reUr Ne Nenrk New Newnrlt Neark
ark lawyer for J25000 Z5O damages dUlngc for brea breaof brach brachof breaof
of promise promlsl to marry marr lost her case Cae with withthud withthud a
thud In tho United Unite States Statf Circuit Ciruit Cou Couyesterday Court CourtYeterday Couyesterday
yesterday yesterdayHer Yeterday
Her letters letcrR to Mr Olds from frm abroa abroawhoro abrod abrodwhem abroawhores
whores he was paying her expenses expclc co cotalned can cantalne COtamed
tamed talne sho WI said Bld nothing nothig hut love and hi hiromance high highromnco hi1 hi1romance
romance romnco But when they were Late Latepreted lntpreted Inter Interpret
preted from their native German Gern long longthey tongue tonguethey tongthey
pret they discovered diovere a state of affairs olalr that ma maeverybody mde mdeeeryb maeverybody
everybody eeryb y in court gasp glp Hero Is a sampMn samp sampMy 8mple 8mpleMY
My IEAU OLD HONKYUUO Ihank I hank you 1 1tho for fortho Ithe
tho money lEU you sent 10NEUUO lpnt me mt Will Wi you YOI plea pleadeposit please pleaseuoposlt pleadeposit
deposit 2oiK Ol In in II the Icnnu Iennl bank for in me meI IiiI
I nm going to Koncv Itontegno no to restore my heall heallbut helth helthhit heallhut
Iolnl
but hit you ou must not Joncclo come ole I send you a mill millklssei miion miionId millkirse
klssei Id se My Iy aunt unlt thu Bareness orOI do n Ncufvll Ncufvllthinks eurlle eurllethinks euf vi vithinks
thinks you OU tire benutlful She will five VO I Ia me meI Iit
uNltlful tbe wi lvo
lre
a I hand hlnu nftor aror wo are Iro married Ye Yea Frank Frankdear t rnlle rnlledelr rank rankdear
dear delr make mlke It 4000 4000Tho 4XoTho 0 <
Tho testimony testmony waa completed complete and yeterelay ye yeterday ye
terday up morning tho lawyers lawyerl began bgan to BU BUup sw suUp
This ThlBlookatme Thisbookatome lookR to me a good deal dellko dealliko like a a Mac Maclawyer blac blacmailing
lawyer lawyerThen malnR lawyer lowcrThen mailing scheme sid said Mr Cori Corwln Olds Oldslowcr Oldi Oldilawyer
Then up jumped Nathaniel Cohen CohenHowo CohenHowe > or orHowo
Howo < t Hummol jumpN counsel for tho plnli plnlitiff plln pllntl pinitill
tiff
tiffIf tl If I you say Bay Olga Olln lansdortf InRorl is a 1 blaclmailer black blackmaier biacmailer
mailer maier ho thundered you OU utter a bai baiand bls haandfnfamous
and andfnfamous Infamous He HeYou lel lelYou haliou
You wouldnt say 8Y that outside r rtorted reo reotorle rtoned
toned torle Corwin CorwinId CorwinId CorwinId
Id nay RY it anywhere anywhereNot onyhere onyhereot anywhere4Not
Not ot twice twiceThero twir twicelhrero
Thero are unscrupulous un Clpulous lawyers wl wlwould who whowould wIwould
would undertake un eltolo cases of this sort thi thifrequently tht thtfrNuenly thfrequently
frequently frNuenly ore blackmailing blackrulng schemes scheme sa1 sa1tho sid sidthe Ba Batho
th this thl8 thIs
tho Judge in Iris hl charge chtre Whether
is one of those tholI gentlemen of Cf if tho jury juryIs It ItI
Is for decide decideThe decideThe
I you 01 to deide deideThe
ute The jury jur was out exactly exaty twenty mil milute minute nihUtea
uteWo di difendant de deItndant d dfenlant
Wo bo have found n I verdict for the
fendant Itndant your our flr Honor said the foreman foremaiwhen foremanwhon foremawhen
when tho jury returned returnedWe retured returedWe returnede
We e want to mid this thl to our verdict verdictspoke verdIctfpolc verdictspoke
spoke uti upln up an aged juror to tho Court W Wthink Wo Wothlnl Wtaizrk
think that Kometliing ought to ho dor dorto dorto dOM dOMto
thlnl to prevent such tolHthlnp actions from from being bclnl brough broughWe broughtWo brougha
We a feel fteJ wo wero insulted IIRultld by bl having 01 01Lime our ourtmo onLimo
tmo Lime wasted Wlste with such a casePIIflCE1 case casePIERCED ca callRRCII
PIERCED III HMCOV 110 POLE POLElohn POLEJohn POLEJohn
John II I Matthew lathea Illcyollst UeClst nnrt MlnlnKnslnecr Mlnln MininEngtrieer UnlnK UnlnK1flttr
Knslnecr 1flttr Olcs Uls After Artr Collision CollisionEAST CollisionEast olslon olslonEABT
EAST OHANOK O AJOt N K J April Apri 13 13John John 1 1ilatthews H HIalthtws I Itlatthews
ilatthews Ialthtws mining engineer enginer died toda todait tay tayat
at it lib homo hero from tho result fut of intestine intestimnjuries intCtlnal intCtlnalInjurie intestinenjuniee
Injurie njuries following folowing an accident ocident Miilatthuwa Mi Mrlattlwl Midatthtws
ilatthuwa lattlwl was Wa nn enthusiast enthullto o bloyclle bloyclleind bleycllt bleyclltand bioyclietad
and started state out for a spin yesterday eterday after afteroon afternoon afterloon
noon loon Shortly Shortl after aCer 3 oclock oclok a grocer grocerlelivery gocr gocrdelhery grocerbelirery
lelivery wagon wa on pulled puled up in front of th thIOUSP the thehOf throuse
hOf rouse and the driver drycr who at presen preseneinnins prelnt prelntromalns presenenmins
einnins unidentified unidentlle assisted asited Mr fr Matthew Matthewo
to o the door and clrovo drover oIlMr oft oftMr onI
Mr I Matthews Iatthewt was WI in great grat pain H Hold Ho Hotld Hold
old his mother that while whie riding aba alonJreenwarcl along alongGrelnwnrl abareenwnrci
Grelnwnrl Jreenwarcl avenue Ivenuo ho had collided coldr wit witlteam wih wiha witI
and that tho polo had
a I team wagon pene penerateii penerated
pne pnetratr
tratr rated i hi bile Bide sldl Then lie collapsed ciaped DtV Dr DrW DrV
W V H Davis who lives Iv near by b was wa sum sumnonvd sumnoned U
monl nonvd Ho declared dcclrlo that an operatioi operatioiould opration oprationwould operatioicould
would could > bo necessary nCfsary before it could be b as asertaincd I Iortalned asertainei
ortalned ertaincd just how badly baly injured Inju tho in ineetinee Intetine inestines
tetine eetinee were were1uter wereluter wereLater
Later luter Dr Davis and Dr Charles Chal A AIroves AOroC Aroves
OroC Iroves roves performed pcrforme un operation opraton Mr Mrlatthews MrIothews Mratthews
Iothews latthews rallied ralled und Ind there was WI hope hop fo toLb foU for forhi
hi U recovery reoer but nl noon today he com comicnced cm cmmenC cornenced
icnced to sink and nd BOOH died diedAn die diedAn
menC An > attempt will wi be made to find fnd ou audio oufho out outwho
who fho drove drove the wagon with which tho thereat thereatohlided mat matollided mancolide
ollided and it is i hoped that the drivel drivelf drieror
colide or f the grocery groer wagon hop will w come forward forwarcnd forwardand forwarad
and nd tell tel what ho knows of the acciden accident accidentI
t is not known kown how long Mr Ir Matthewi Matthewily Iatthewi
I
lay ly on the ground before bloro he was dlecovi dco sc scy ocy d db
b y the grocery groerman groermanIS groceryrnan man manIS
IS VI 11 CAP OV STRAIGHTnportant STRAIGHT STROHT STROHTImprtant STIf47611Trnportarrt
Imprtant nportant Question for New ew Haven UanoEm UanoEmlolel Iteseut EmploeeNnw Em Employeei
ployeei ploeeNnw lolel New cw Uniform tnorm Rules nuleflNEW RuN RuNNEW RulesNuw
NEW HAVEK Conn April Apri 13 13Aeording 13Aeordingto 13Accordini 13Accordinithe Accordini Accordinithe
to the now rules rule issued iue today toa by Genera Generaupcrintendent GenerolSuprnlNldEnt Generauperinterident
SuprnlNldEnt upcrintendent 0 M Shepard Shepad tho nfl nflrrned unlrmed Imlformed
formed > rmed employee omplor of the New e York and Nev Nevlaven XewHavn Ne Neavers
Havn laven avers road who wears his cap cp over hi hire hlB hlBee hitie
ee re or sideways ldew over his ear will wi be h repri reprilanded repriladcd repriranded
ladcd landed by b the division superintendenthe Buprintendent Buprintendenthe superintendent
he cap cp must be worn wor straight Rtrlght and never neven nevr nevron
on n the back of the head hptd It I was nB al alt alro > or orurecl ordere orerect
dere erect that tho employees must mUlt wear blue bluejoes black blacksh08 bladeoes
sh08 joes and must mlst keep kep them thfm well wel polished polishedAll plshe
All the thl passenger conductors and ticket tickeijllecton ticketcoltcto ticketllectors
jllecton Al penger must wear white shirts Ihlrtl white whiullars whit whitehIaN
coltcto > llars dark neckties the latter later to b bthnr be bethor
colar plthor thor club cub bow or email mal fourinhand fourinhandrakemen fOIrlnhand fOIrlnhandDrkewrn fourinhandrakenten
Drkewrn rakemen so the th order reads radl must mu t wear wealhite wearwhif wearhita
hite collars The baggagemasters hggagem terR anc ancntion aneatftlon and andntion
atftlon whif ntion cola porters when engaged in rough rouglork roughwork roughork
work ork may prter wear wer jumpers jupe engage and overalls overls ol olnail of ofsmal otmill
nail blue bile and white checked checke denim but bulley butthey buttoy
smal they toy must fit ft closely coleh closely The Th conductor conductorill conducors conducorswl
wl ill be b held responsible rCIponsible for the natty naty ap apearance ap apearanea
earance of their trainmen trlnmEn The super superitendenlB Aupr AuprIntendlnl snipertendents
parnncf Intendlnl itendenlB mud mUlt inspect Inpc from time tmo to tinule time tme tmethe timece
the le uniforms of the tm men under uder their charge chargrom chargland chargead
and ad alow alias only standard unifors uniforms to be beorn beam
om omOne ornOne amOne
One of the rules nle about obolt which the th com comany compa cornany
any is particular particulr is 11 that requiring rfqllrng the thiniform theInlromt theniforn
pa Inlromt niform coat to be b buttoned butoned up all al the timeaggagemnsters time timeaggagemnsters timelJa
brakemen and fitntioiorters station stationoTters
aggagemnsters brkemen
ster stoton stotonporter
lJa porter oTters Jema need not wear waistcoats wailtcats The Thirnipht Thestrlpht Themight
might ne peak cap can cp must co o after June 1 1nd 1and iid
strlpht and nd the new ne pk style style style cap cap with the drooplnjIsor drooping droping dropingi droopingicor
i Isor or is ordered ordefd for the employees rmplo after nfteilat afer aferthat afternit
that lat date datenrv dntem datenrx
nrv m DOJV iniwv oirv nv AMBULACElilch AMBULACE 41nULCE 41nULCE1llllh 4MIIUL4XCEIblch
1llllh lilch Takes Takl Veteran Detective Connor to toHospital toloplal tollnspttai
Hospital loplal Iladly ladl iladi Injured InjnrcdJohn InJnredJohn InjuredJohn
John Connor 60 0 years Years ear old a veteran veteranrooklyn veteranrooklyn ltern lternDrokln
Drokln rooklyn detective detotic of 308 30 Clinton Cluton street streetas stret streta
a as run nl over yesterday ys rday by h an ambulance ambulancetho omblllanC omblllanCof
of tho Long Lon Island IAlnld College Coleg Hospital Hoplal and andriously andFriolAhlnjure andriotisly
FriolAhlnjure riously injured The accident acident occurred in inont InCront inant
Cront ont of the Municipal Building Buiding Olr The shaft shaftme shattor shaftnIne
or me tnI orhe ambulance which was on on a hurry caU callruck caUlt caUruck
lt ruck Connor onnor and knocked knokec him down down3th downoth own ownBoth
Both 3th wheels whel passed pnMd over his body and the therso thohor thereo
hor > rso trampled trmpled his ht head headHe headHe headHe
He was unconscious when picked picke up and andund andfound andund
found und to ho unconscous suffering uferlng from a severe ser scalp scalpo seal sealound
wound ound and probable fracture fractur of the skui skuia sul sulHe lalr
the thesng theLong theDag
He o was WB removed in the ambulance to
Long sng Island rmove College Colege Hospital Connor Connorho onor onorwho
who ho has ha been ben on the force over twentyfive twentyfivears twentlye twentlyeea
ears was ae assigned 1 lgne to special pelal duty in the thery theCit theII
ea
Cit ry II Chamberlains Chamberlin office officeCourt ofce ofceCelrl officeCourt
Court Celrl Calendars Cnlenlllr This Tis Day DayAripllate Oa OaAp OsAppellate
Appellate Ap Division 1ivisionSuCreme Supreme Court Courtol Not W 0
GI 92 t 13 lale 5 37 a nl1101SUITeme 101 SI I 57 7 40 4 71 7f SO SOSupitme 3 30nepeme
Supitme plme u Court Cerrrtarcial Snrclal lrcl 1 Term TermPart Part I 111010n 111010ncalendar 1Motion 1Motionlendar Motion Motionlendor
calendar lendor called Curl at 1030 A 5 M l Pm Plr II 1EJ 11Es Ex carte rartealters parlemaiers cartertters
lOS
alters caled P Part rt 111 11MC litCase Cftso 0 unflrl unnrlohed < hcd Motions Motionsrmurrm MoUonlurI MottotrnnrrersNoii
maiers rmurrm rnnrrersNoii Nov 461 416 ta 45 2 Prctmfd causes U
5 urI 4541 4705 f epe denenet rat csiendaroe AI 4353 4353IT
4057 IT 7 2 SK tO > 37 374Q < 0 345K 5 150 SS18 SMI 3 42M 2t 4300 43 4SM 4SMJ 4 4Mis
is J 55j 4270 O 2OW 4321 41 40W 40U 4510 Z7S4 273 3144 314
40 15 5 3I4 31f 3145 72 3147 6 ZSOT 23325 2 5993 3 2579 4J7d 42 f 4380 431 4381 44A1 481 481Imo
315 Imo 10 0 SStO 3323 S3M 3451 a I 4049 2412 241278 2778 3Df mee 3443 343
8
75 5 S7SB 301 St 01 S82 < 2 4444 418 4501 451 4UM 0 4518 4522 n 4531 4531S 41 431Is
275 Is S 3R IW HMD 55 SUM U 31S7 4102T 4102 o 4132 43 SOM 3 3453 a5 343to
458 MIO to 8 27 Part IV ItCMCC CUM unnnUhed unnnhhe CUM e from fromrtTIl tromPari fromrt
Pari rt rtTIl til Par I Part pArtV Irta VCases C S vsunnnl uunnhhrd lifd Clan CMtslromlArl CMtslromlArlII from Part PartFart alt altI
I Fart 1 Par VINn4S4Mnellerv 1 No n 4ZSMoelrnMncl 4S4MetlerVlfoeIier Moeller r No4 N o oSa 4q63 4q63tai 3 3aav
II Sa tai aav 11 va a N Y Elevated Railroad Company CmlI No NoS NoHnwl No3ltziwler
3ltziwler S Hawley Hnwl 1 v vs Ulalr Cases on No 0 ilnv d ralcn ralcnT ealrndar
Ilalr
aunnnl unnolhd hed S S3ort S3ortuse ort ortmsej
dar T r Trial TcrmIrrt TermIrr IICa ICaa rIcAso or
msej use Nos os I52M 1511 incas 151 IW7 IW7f ll UH 145110 0 13455 135 15275 15275M 1275 15275net
taueJ M 15V2 I47R3 71 isnia Iml i5iiis 151 lairs 11 f iryu J2I IMIO IMIOId IrIO IrIOIO 15110O
1280 Id 9 1 IW74 Part III Clear No N 0 os S7 5154 7 4 2145 215 2151M 214 214II
IO 1M 14 5314 3I4 157 1 tans CYS 421S 15 I 3IIOU 1 HXU 110 4273 7a son 117 a 513 132 132a
a < 44 4Oi oi I ts sais t3 KXX r 4ni7i 4iiI7I Bin 577 125284913 125284913l 1252 4a13 4513Co
44 2i Co l sits 4211 421 2ii 377 37 7 4724 4r 147M 172 14V MM M M22 M2 M8 1 1ir M28a M8fl
fl sam f07 1i675 SOd f702 Part a IVCa a unftn unftnled unflnitd
nr nrlhI
led ir Ca Caeo 78ir from Port F1 III 11 Part A V lurtjr d to toartf Inerg
artf erg Cases from trm Part Ilrl III II Pan Ial VI Iues Iuesfrom ICascinn Cases Casesim
lhI from im Part III II Part Iart art VII IICMt Caseunnnlihed unnnhhed Cmiei Cmieiirn C Circesor
from irn or Part Crt III Part Ift VIII IIae lItCqe Caie unnnlshed fiat os
1 14 4 5713 57 IArlll1 4tS2 4 40 2 SO3 Y3 C3 ItOSM IO 37i5 37 30 SS13 313 13161 119 5577ii 5577 5577II M77ml
ml II SIZ4 51 14431 131 50111 1 9MI 31 3067 3 S7W 57 5SW 5 5445 5445r M4
r un > tsu 654 sroo ao MIS 13 SIM 31A 3000 68 532 32n U4i 11 5342 17
517 127 174 > 4 S7 57541 fi < M < 1 5352 r2 53W W K 5303 3 Mil L18 545S 51 3482 502 502mg 55WI 55WIm Moeiou
m MI4 M42 res 5721 S724 6723 5728 S731 674S 5745I
mg I 1770 p pn laris is 6V t and N1Ujournied u unuii unuiiincisy i if
incisy Sprli Part r XCase unniirtitred unniirtitredes
f n af tram n Part lrnIVrl lrnIVrlr Mil Ill Part p XIICav nnttnlshrd nnttnlshrdea I J
Ce Scs ea fromPartVIII from Iar 11 Part Par MilCase I i M unonUhfd unonUhfds untlshrd untlshrdC4r
C4r s eq from frm Part art Via ViaSurrogate SlIlturrORSits 11
Surro Surrogate ates CounCnambtrs Coutbambe For probate probateIU Irohate
IU of HfiirlttlA nrlftl Schwartz hW3Z henry Henr hughes Hu e Maria Marialuso 34rtftmao farR farRP
P 11 mao El El Ellen > n 1 McDonnell MrD < nnrl Rt I 1030 10 A M Trial Trialrm Tial TialTrmo TrialIMI
Trmo rm No l 101 l Contested Cttesled will of Michael Darkan Darkanat Drkan Drkanal Llarksnlitc
al 10 I Int
at litc y vourt 4urt UtSltral Special TermCourt Termour opens OI 1 at JO A M Mitlons 1 52lions
lions Trial Term Part I 1Case Caw unfinished unfinishedZ710
tolona 0 5 71 2404 275 2 235 3 127 1279 IMt 10177 1015 2442 25 2e2 2 sees seesa
8 2f siten 2 sers 20 2549 see I 22 sass 7 sins sermi 24157 24157a 7 2
2e a seer 2CI sees 21I sees 2737 tilts U I mare 23 27 37515 IAi 1530 1530in
21 in sets 15 7CI sm 2701270 soi nra 1r isse 213 sts3 2Bl0 suo 16 tees n
2 > Z710 210 27JS 27 57JB 273 2744 271 27M m 27M 71 ma 2 Mt Mtrw 218 218Plr 3515 3515ni
Plr rw ni II II and III 11dourtd lliiidiouroed Adjourned for the term ttr Part Par ramsClear
I Clear ear Short ealtlo esiucsNos 7L 707 72 7430 722 3422
7 7711 7 750 7547 7 j 7M1 I 7834 7743 Kqulty EQUtt cas cas4M CW3
5 4M 7S 4 405 > S 6 Part tCaae ci e unftnlitird utiflaisbed n No Not
7 2 27 2379 7 sent 21 2878 77S SOM MM 1785 112 755 274 277S 271 J77 276
277 8 J779U 277 77 2751 A i 171 271 7ti arm 2 2M mi 1 rau
The American GentlemansWhiskey Gentlemans OentlemansWhiskey GentlemansWhiskey
Whiskey WhiskeyRAOEHAfl
RAOEHAfl BADE RAUCtIAR RAUCtIARHUNTfRR HAH HAHr
P
HUNTfRR HUNTCRRY HUNTCRRYI I
I f ft fr fI
t
r
I 4 fo foBALTIMORE r v
11 5 5I
J
<
BALTIMORE I u RYE P i iBOTTLED I1kmi mi mii miA
BOTTLED BY4 BY4WMLANAHANSON
WMLANAHANSON WMLANAHANSONBALTIMORE i
BALTIMORE
< A j ii
fr l lv
i
v T v vA
A a B HART HRT A FRANK FRAN FRA MORA RepresenUtlTC RepresenUtlTCS RepresentUn
B S S S William Wllm St St New lew York N Y
r
BASKETBALL BASKETBALLNational BASKTBALL BASKTBALLatonll BASKETBALLatIonai
National atonll A C and an Xavier A A Win 11 t tqiumplouihlp I IichampIonshIp
champIonshIp mplonhlp Tourney TourneyTha Tourey ToureyThe TourneyThe
The series lerle tor the basketball basetbaU cbarnplonshl cbarnplonshlof chaplonehlp chaplonehlpof
Na Kntlonal NaLionel I Itona
of the Metropolitan Association Associaton at the
Lionel te A lrtropltan C was practically pracicly concluded onclude lat latnight laet hasnight I
night tona and two Barnes gnmls In which the Youn YounMens TounMens ounl
Mens Hebrew Association AMclaton met tho Xatlona XatlonaA
A C and the National NatonR Turn Tur Vereln oppose opposeXavler oppe opposeXavier
Xavier A A were ero disposed dispose of Only Onl onmore on onmore one onemore I
more came remains to bo playedthe playe played the Centra CentraY Cnlral CnlralY
Y M I iame C A against agaloat the Greater New Yor YorIrish York ToriIrish I
Irish rlh A Annd It the Christians Christans defeat th thIrish tho thoIish thIrish
Irish which is II very ery likely Ikfly they will wi secur securfirst aecurfIrst I Inrs
Iish first nrs place But If the Irish Irlh should beat tb tbChristians tbe tbeCbrlltan thiChristians
Christians Cbrlltan the he Christians ChrftlDs will w1 tie te the iavlen iavlenfor iavlenifor 1Itr 1Itrfor
for first honors and the Irish Irih will wi tie te thi thiNational theNatoaal thiNationai
National Natoaal A C for third thid place pllo so two extri extrimutches txtra txtranltcbls extrinicitcheS
mutches nltcbls will wU be necessary necessaryV nlessory nlessoryIbrtl
V 3 MUttrewA 11 hebrew A 4 Poilttoni PotOT National orlna A C CCohen cCohen Cforward
Cohen Ibrtl Rl Rlrhl > forward forar Bf jieatt jieattKaufmanLen ely elylautmaD l l lKaufman
Kaufman KaufmanLen Lett forward Lrlt LrltTurner UHz UHzTurer LeliiruardDrummondltetm
Turner lautmaD Lft Centre ente firunqj firunqjItyman Grnd GrndHrmn
Ityman Turer niiht Rrhl rusrdDrummondlteus rusrdDrummondlteusItosenthal ruardDrummondleU ruardDrummondleU10senlhal
Itosenthal Left guard IJonnellj IJonnelljTotal 10nnel
10senlhal Total scoreNational A C 67 poInts Youni YouniMens younlStans
5 plnt
Mens Mea Htbrevi lebre ltebrewA 6or A Nalona 10 lopotats point plnt A Goals G01 Goa1tromttte from fromlbe tuf nerd nridUonnellj ncc nerdDoutteitt I
Uonnellj 10 fleetly 7 Leltr 5 Drummond 2 3Heui 2leu 21tcue
Heui 10nnel 2 Bo RoseDlba Rosenthal nthaJGrundy Del 2 Grndr Grundy I Hyman I Goal Goalfrom Ga GeeSeCrone
from leu foulsBfatty 3 Kaufman 1 Rosenthal HOrnlhal I IPoints I1otnt
Points fouIAUealS awarded for foulsK foulKaufman foulsKaufman Kufman vfm J n 1 n iteree itereeID Iteferec IteferecF feree fereeF
101115 F O WUMn U n Anchor nr A O ObnU Urnplre UIOPIXOF F Bcrtsrh BcrtsrhNatlonsl lScrtscbNattonsi e
re
et
Natlonsl ID T V TimerJohn < SteeL r New e Yorl YorlT 1
T 1 V ScorerE Scorer 1 L Gross GrO V M C AottOial A ANational ANolllal
National ottOial il T 7 V VCharrltr Potiitant PotiitantRight POUln Xarr Tarter A A ASmltr ACAriE ACheerier
Nolllal Smut SmltrKenns SmutEnderwetsa
Cheerier CharrltrEndenrtlss Right forward forwardss Smlh SmlhEnderel
CAriE Endenrtlss EndenrtlssVelsrnbach ss I Ut Left > ft forward forwardch forard Kenns KennsDonovai KrnnWelrnbarb CenailiirdsallEichtoeh
Enderel Velsrnbach Velsrnbachnrtttlnip ch Centre CentrenUht Donovai DonovaiKoact Dnoan Dnoannmt
Welrnbarb nUht guard guardElchtioch Koact KoactGraver
nrtttlnip Ulnball nmt liirdsallEichtoeh Elchtioch iRmll tnt guard uf ufTot Graver GraverTola CraverTotal
Total score oreXaIrr Ecit avlfr AA A A 38 3 points IlnU Nations NationsT Nalonl Nalonlfol
T Tot V 23 point Goals from tr from the field fieldDonovan Ro Donovan DonovanKenny mR C CKenny 1 1Crarn
fol Smith 2 2Craven 2Claven
Kenny f h Brtttln iu 4 Knderwrtss d I 4
Craven 2 Wrlaenbwh 1 ChatTier I Goals GOII from froirfouls fromtoulsArlnr Crocifoulsi3fltttnI
fouls foulsi3fltttnI Rrlttlnr 2 Points Clarer awarded tor fouls foulsWclsrobarti toulsCbrnt1 foulsSlctiiertbacb
1olnl
Wclsrobarti toulsArlnr I MtneV e > Brennan cP Pfutlmi PfutlmiA P
Cbrnt1 Cbrnt1blre blre g C cStel Time TimeIteewrJohn limekeeperlohn
A C Umpire UmnilreG G G Wilson r Anchor tuithorA A I
IteewrJohn St Stel Sled H N New w Yorv Yol T V Scorer SorrJ SorrJnban ScorcrJ ScorcrJIlonban J JUonhan
Uonhan nban O 1 V Y I A A AWith AIththl AWith
With the exception of the Central Y M 31C MC MC
C A Iththl and nd Greater New N w York Irish A A the thtclubs thecubl theclubs
clubs 1 have Greatr finished their schedule ecbeule and the thefollowing thefolowlnl thefollowing
cubl following table tble nnlshl will i dhow how they the stand standiron standIron standIron
folowlnl iron Lou LouCentral Lorellral LostCentral
Central Y M C A 4 CXavler C 0XIIrr CXavier
Xavier ellral A A 4 1 1National I IraloMI 1Nttorrel
XIIrr National A C CGrrMrrNrw 8 2 2Grealerew
GrrMrrNrw raloMI York Irish A A 2 2National 2 2Nalonal
Grealerew National Turn Verrln er Irsb ln 1 1Voting tYounr 4 4Young <
Voting Nalonal Mens Tr Hebrew A 0 t tColumbia 6 6C
Columbia C lumbl College ColeJe Athletics AthleticsColumbia Athlficl AthlficlCollmblR AthleticsColumbia
Columbia CollmblR athletes atbletl competed cmpete ye rNt4rn yesterday terday on onSouth onSouth oniouth
South Field In the annual spring games gamf forthe for fortho forthn
the university unlv track tack and field leld champion championihlpc championahlp championchIps
rlt
chIps The poor condition conditon of the running runningrack rnning rnningtraek runninarack
rack and the biting bltnC wind ind which swept sweptalalnst sweptalalnsttho against againsthe
the home homeitretch homestrech homeitretch
tho he runners runlrs In the dashesand dalhcand in
itretch of the longer 10al r events een prevented preventedmy
strech startling performances At that how howsvor bo boever hroivor
an my
tartnl perormancf
ever one university unlerllt record was aB broken In Inlie Intbe inilie
tbe lie two t o mile me run Charles Chrles I O MacDonald MacDonaldL
a L sophomore in the school of science scenc won wonho wontho wonho
tho ho Iophmore event In I 10 minutes mlnut 27 8S 8 seconds clip cliptin cip cipIln cliping
tin ing cr just twofilths twofth of a second tcond from the theecora te tereOrd theecord
Iln reOrd ecora I made In the championships champlonshPI last lst year yeary yenby
by 27 > y Usury Uery J 1 tangles Lnlles 04 0 college coUEle collegeion
ion Yard Dash DubWon Won by h William IUam R Knakal Inakal Inakalf
Ylrd
06 10 wlence E E Eddlnrfleld 08 science I second secondr Od
r Walt 05 f law w third I Time I 10 s5 a seconds secondsJ20 secondsISO D
ISO f Yard ard e1 High Hurdle Race RerWon RareWOn Won by N C Cur Curls CurII Curit ¬
ls 10 Jr 0 Q 05 Hrh science slenee U I I Ii Muir Jr 0 DC Science M1nceJ M1nceJsrcnd Sciencelecondl
II srcnd lecondl tcoruis T It M Fair Qlcene 06 scIence Illrd third Thne re 1 17 17tcoruis ID IDsreonl
sreonl 440 o Yard Pasb nubWon Won by Chalmers Chalmrr Wood Wod Jr Jrrole JrCe
05 college e William P S Earle Erl 04 0 college roler second secondS rond rondC
C J S role Gr Grart ce Wilam 00 0 collere third bird Time Ime 533 53 3 36 seconds secondsHunalni arond serondaltunrtlnc
Hunalni High HI h JumpFirst Jumi > First place a tie between betweenit belen
11 it 1 lunnnr L Cornell Corell Hrh OS D JumjFlrat scIence Nlence and d ii S Crrevey Crrve 03 03aw 0 03Sw I Ilaw
law aw at al6 5 leet lell teet4tl InchesHT Incbes I T Ifornldtc 06science 06sciencebird O OCeclencebIrd sctrnc sctrncIblrd
bird with wlb a I Jump ump ot 6 feet 2 Inches Icbe Cornell Comel won wonhe wonIhe wonitt
Ihe he first 1 medal on the he toss tossPuttlnt teasputting M MPllnr
putting n 10Pound JOPoud Shot SboWon Won by h H I S Itubrtdce lubrd
00 Pllnr scIence at t 38 fret L L E 1 Mahan aa Ot 0 law tw i ccondi breoDdJ SeconfilC > ccondiI
0 Jr 04 l law third thirdOnr Iturdlire
J I C Tomllnson n Jr1 bl 1
lire 8 Mile W Kun ituoUoO Won o by Chester t5hesmer A Fulton Fulon 06 06clcnce 06eirneen 0
clcnce Jsmcs A 3 Taylor OS D college colle second 5100d o ostnlnton 0Stitinion
Ilenre 1 seconds stnlnton Sllnlon OS D law third Time 4 minutes mlules 48 48seconds 4 4Sonds 45econds
Sonds 220 Yard Dash 7ashWoa Won by b William Wiiam R Knalial KnalialMl
Ml 22 wiener I Hn c Iahon L Incof F Kohltr of 05 D science n e second g H HTliro HThro1nr
fd
i 1 1151 03 selinc Inc thlni Time 21 seconds secondsThrowing
Tliro Throwing 1ne cc c 10Pouid IOPou HI Hsmraer HammerWon Won by h II I s sImlih SSmlh Smiii
Imlih W 04 4 law la with lb a throw Ihro of 113 13 feet e Inches InchesI tnrheArw
Smlh I L 1 Von Dtrnuth rDuth 05 D law second acnd L I K Mauan MauanM
M law third thirdTwo thirdTwo I
Two rw o MUe lUe Run RunWon Won by b Charles Cales D MtcDonald MtcDonaldM McDonad McDonadQ
M science R 1 U L rlsmtnerslouih tlammerlou h 04 0 college oierI Sec Secad stand 5eoi ¬
Q nd H C Drogc 01 science alence third th rd Time re 10 mIn mlnitesjl mU mUties
itesjl ties i 21 26 2 r 5 seconds e d
8 550 o Yard Run nunWon Won by h W Herbert Herber Adams Adamlaw 04 04aw 04SW
law aw R de C Greene OS 0 science second leond Malcolm Malcolmeconds Maclm MaclmC talcoimSmith0SPkStbtrd
econds Atndsn C econdsZM Smih Smith0SPkStbtrd D P Slhtr 1mr2 mInute 1 it 2S 2SAtnds ssetands
ZM Yard Low Lw Hurdles HurdlrsWon Won by William lam P S Sarle SfarleOI Serie
erie n Yar 01 college eolect 3 n f U Muir Jr X 05 eclrnce erlrnec sec necad secnd r rond
ond farleOI nd N i C Curtjix Cunta Jr X 06 science Icre third Time TimeS Tme
S 35 3 r seconds secondsPole 5crondsPole secondsPoie Curll
2 Pole VaultWon aulWon by b A C F Perry Pm oacollegs oacollegsrllh Orol re rewth
wth rllh a vault nul of R I le frt feet t 4 Inches H T 1 Mornldce Homld HornldgeSi e eQ
Q Si 1 science second send No third competitor competitorRunning competor competorHunntnr competItorlimitIng
Running llroad Iro JumpWon by b Leo Lo L 1 Linen Leven1lt Len Lentrl LinenFlit
Flit 11 exillcgt mlele collc with wlh a leap of M 2 feet IeII 11 I Inches InchesE InebesY
trl Y E Cddlngncld Edlnrncld M Otseleace science second eond W R Knakal KnRkalIlence
4 science Ilence third thirdJewry Ibrd Ibrd01f thirdJewey
Jewry 01f Cooke Coke Kecnrrn 8crtR a Match Jllt JlltJewey MalebJewey MatchJswey
Jewey Cooke Cookl the English JIsh welterweight welterweighthatnplonhas weltrel8ht weltrel8htcblmplon welterweightharnpionhaa
finally succeeded In securing securingmatoli securingmatch
cblmplon hatnplonhas bal fna ly lucded ecurll
a match Yesterday the foreigner forl rr signed signedrtlcles stgld stgldartlc signedntIdIes
rtlcles to box YItraJ Dare DI Holly six round round at Phildrlphia Phil Philt Phl
artlc adlpbta 1 on bx Apri April 22 2 Uolr Tbll This w ° i be Coke Cokent Cookes Cookesret
In America
ret t appearance
nt IPlarance
GOLF GOLFAmatenr OOLFAmateu GOLFAmateur
Amateur Amateu Clmmplonshlp Championhip fiat Not ot Open Opll to Fo Forlgn For Forrsn Eorrign
rlgn rsn riaycrg IlarcnSt PlayersSt St Andrews Andre11 Meeting MecllncAn utnE utnEAn
An announcement from frm Chicago Cicago to tb ttreffectthat tbeffect tbe tbectetht
effect ctetht effectthat that the United Unite States Oolf loU Assoclatio Assoclatiocommittee ssociatiocommittee
committee cmmltto has hal opened oPlnN the amateur amntelr chairptonshlp chair champlonshlp chainpionship
ptonshlp to t nonresident 10Dreident foreigners torellner was WI pro prcnounced pronounce proflounced
flounced untrue yesterday by b the members inembciof
nounce yestray
of that body in this tbi city cityW cl cityv y yFelowes I
W v Fellowes Felowes Morgan 110rgan secretary secrltar of th liiU thIT the theU
U S G l A said that the question Que ton of ad admilting admltlng admnitting
milting mltlng such foreigners Corelnr was brought up u uSaturdays at atSaturas aSaturdays
Saturdays Saturas committee olrltt meeting metng but tlia thunuthing tlianuthins that thatnotblnl
nuthins notblnl was done except Ixcept to leave lea vo the con conslderatlon cn cnsldlraton consideratlon
slderatlon sldlraton of the matter mater to a special pEcal com commlttce commitee corntnitttee
mlttce mitee Its I report would have to bo acted 01 01by on onb onby
by b a general meeting mtotng of the executive eXAc tVf com commlttce corntnittee
mlttce before It would be effective and si sifar so sorlr anfar
far rlr no report report has h been made madeWhllei mad madWhie madeWhibe
Whllei Whie the executive Ixecltlve committed commltf has the thipower IhopWlr thepowrr
power to change chlnge the conditions cndilons of the aina ainatour arnrntour
tour pWlr championship champlolsblp by bra a twothirds twothlrs vote otl Baleanother Bale Raidanotber ald aldanother
another player Illaer the tle executive committci committciwill COllultcO COllultcOwi cotuiirittccwill
will wi hardly harl take any action ICtOU on a matter mater that thnconcerns IhlL IhlLconcers thatconcerns
concerns concers the rights right of every player without withoutnrst withoutfirst vlthouifirst
first learning leRnlnR the trend of opinion HI alln un aunuii aunuiimeeting alllll alllllmettn aniruril anirurilmeeting
meeting lorelgners orelners who are members mellJcrS of a aV I a aU
mettn V t K 1 ti 1 A club muy manow now enter for or thee tie amateur ama amateur amateur ¬
teur championship out ut birds of passage pa age UKvery are areery arevery
very ery properly prperl pronlblted prnlblto from frm entering enteringThn enering eneringTbe enteringTire
Tire Olvmnin Olympic tournament during the Lu151 Lu151ann Louisi Louisianna T tiltcl tiltclanna
anna ann a Purchase Lxpositlon l1poslton at the tle Cen Hen lch lchGolf 1 din dinGolf ho hoHolf <
Golf Club Prchao Is I open to t all al nnd It Is unoerstood unoerstoodthat unoertood urmerstoodhint
that a I number of the rie bnglish and Scotch Scotchgolfers Sctch Sctchgoiers Scotchgolfers I
golfers tmt will w take part This begins bClllR on Sept Septid lept leptII
goiers id und as the amateur aateur championship Isplayed Is Uplayed Isplae
played II at t Unltusrol laltusrol the week of Sept 5 the thesuggestion thesUlgestlon thesuggestion
plae suggestion to let In foreigners is to make makemoro makemoro makemore
moro sUlgestlon attractive an American invasion this thisfall rhlsrnl thisfall
fall rnl byholding b by Ittractve holclnl holding out the opportunity opprtult to play playIn plo ploI playin
In the double event eventThe eventThe eventThe
I The rluyors met with about Ibout town toHI yester yesterday yterday yesterday ¬
day din dir Illrrs not warm to the notion Doton of lettingdown letting lettingdown letlnl
down the bars barl The players of this Ihll country countryto cuutr1 countryAustralia
AustrUa Australia India and Africa are welcme we1conu we1conuto
to the tbeamRteur amateur championship of Groat Groat Brit Britain lrH lrHaln lintam ¬
am ain but that tJlt event Is the worlds orlds championship champion championship chlmplon chlmplonhip ¬
ship hip while here wtsre w1are the thl came ame Is young youngthe youngthe oungthe
the competition whie Is only oll to learn lear the ama amateur nmnteur inruaterrr ¬
teur cmpetlon champion of the U i S O I A clubs cubs It Itwould J Itwould
te
would tune tlke tim tlo heart out Olt of tho competition competitionpay competton compettonsay
pay the New e Yorkers Yorkerl to hate hal It won year yenrafter yearafter car carafer
after afer year elr by a foreigner fortll r No o Irish Irh player playerhas ploerha playerbare
has ha ever won the open amateur championship championshipof culnpionsllJ culnpionsllJof
of Ireland WOI although it has been be4n played Ila yearly yearlysince yearlysince tarl
since IlncA 1802 U < oZ and ad there tbfro Is no 1130 of putting puttnJ the theI thEl
I S U 1 A fixture Into tho same RmA class of ofevents nfeElts ofevezits
events eElts l 1 A compliment fxturo mplmlnt to the tIO foreignerswho foreigners foreignerswho rorciiners rorciinerswho ca
who may bo at IJaltusrol would he to open opena ope opea
a visitors Ialtorl cup to go to t the nonresident nonresldpntmnklngthftbestscorotn nonrfsldcnt nonrfsldcntmokhlithebestcroln nonresidentmaktigtiie
maktigtiie mnklngthftbestscorotn heetseoroin CP 10 the the qualifying qualrll rourd rourdwhich rourdwhch rourdwhich
which mokhlithebestcroln whch could uid be bl done elOI without wihout making makig the tirechampionship thechampionship thechampionship
championship a freeforall freeforallThe freeroral freeroralThe
The annual alnual meeting m lnl of the St Sl Andrews AndrewsGolf Andrws AndrwsGolf AndrestsDolt
Golf Club Cilb last nightnroved nllhLroed a pleasant rllant re reunion rAInlon reanion
union Twph B Thomas will I remain as aspresident al aspresident
Inlon pr president sldent TDlph and the successful Toma cc ltll policy polc of thn thnclub thncub tireclub
cub club will wtl not be cbangedin changed chlnCEd In any way wayDouglas wayDllardl wayBilliards
Dllardl DllardlDOIla Billiards BilliardsDouglas
Douglas DOIla last night disposed dlspoN of S M 1 Candnn Canda CandaI
In n the second Ilcnd game of the second Icnd plnyorT of ofhe otthe ofthe
I the he tie to decide first frt honors In I tha n luterbor luterborugh Iterbor Iterborolh Ireterhonough
olh ugh > te tournament nt atlraurle Maurice Dalys Dal1s academy academyrhe aCluem aCluemThe academyTire
The loss Ils of this game ame by On Clnca ends mm puts pu him himn himIn himIn
In n third place The final tnsl contest cntet will wi bo boilayod bnIlac boriiaed
ilayod < this evening and Dr Dorglas DOIns and A ALewenberg ALItnberl ALewenherg
Ilac LItnberl Lewenberg will wi be b the contestants contestantsDouglas cntEstlutA cntEstlutADOUIIS8 contestantsDouglasC
Douglas DOUIIS8 DouglasC fi 3 5 1 8 5 6 2 3 0 19 0 1 8 O 11 I III
I 0 4 7 MM 7611 241 tli S I 0 0 7 20 0 2 9 8 23 0 1 Ii i25 2 21
H 4 5 St 3ota Total 3 50 oo Average 7 S438 a ihgti ihgtiuns I high highliens Ilh Ilhrns
liens 3 3t M 2 18 18Canda2 56Cands2
rns rnsCda2 Canda2 Cda2 0 K 2 0 5 0 5 5 o I s 4 13 4 12 0 8 8o 8I
o I 0 5 2 2 1 1 0 00 0 0 1 24 2 t 3 12 1 It I 3 31 1
10 0 o 0 Total Tola J74 Average 7 1S87 187 High runs runsOR
3 2 24 13 13FOR ISflft
FOR OR STOMACH STOM CH DISORDERS DISORDERSGOUT DSORDERS DSORDERSGOUT
GOUT and DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIADRINK DYSPEPSIAD DYSPEPSIADRINK
DRINK DRINKVICHY D DRINKVICHY INK INKVICHY
VICHY VICHYBest
Best Bat NATUKAL NA rUIAL Alkalltu Alraln Water WaterARTISTIC WaterI
I ARTISTIC ARTISTICWMONZE AT3TCN1ETALWK An1l 1K 1KMI11 I
MI11 N1ETALWK W < IO j jOZ1IL I
WMONZE JIGNZ OZ1IL OZ1ILI1JacTwt O IRi IRiHJadponj ma
HJadponj HJAC HJACUo3qlorth i iuqot
uqot Uo3qlorth
29 Elo
Antique Bellows BellowsIn Belows Belowsto I
In Carved O oak k and Reppnue Repol liras llrafiSets tr lirasFire s sFire
Fire Sets and andAndiroos andAndronstn Andirons AndironsIn r
In 0 BrasS Brt Sl Steel l luid Ad Black k STiltS lr Sp Spark Sparkguards pak pakuard rk rkEuarrti
guards Fenders ndr Coal8aIJ < ioalMcntUs oal 8cnttla end endWood ad Vaa ysses yssesWood >
Wood uard ood Solders Hearth Brushes nrlbe etr etrW1S eteIan C
JS W1S 8NG I II
Ian and 132 13 Writ WPI 42d Rtrr Itr Street t and andJ3S andmx
J3S 13 Went At Fortylint St Veir York Yorklictwcrn Tor Tonkttetwcen
lictwcrn lelwcen Sixth Avenue Due and adUroadway adUroadwayI aMIirosdway aMIirosdwaySir I Hro d < vay vaySir
I
Sir Hltmdell Dnnlcl Maples Training Talnlns GronndiSold GronndiSoldSpecial GroundsoldSpecial roun old oldSp
Sp Special rl4 cable Detpalch DtpoW to I Tax r SON SONLONDON St SIneLoxnoN
LONDON April prl 13 13The The JOCkey J6 J tke key Club cub has hasbought hasbought hubougbl
bought the private training trllnlg roundnof round or the theInto te teIlln theiatt
Into Illn Sir Bhuidell ul el Maple I pl nt Nqwmarket NqwmarketThlrtyflvo NewmarkatThirtyflvo cmarket cmarketTblrtrIho troundJ
Thlrtyflvo of the Mnplp dnpleioggeabave horses hoi e have hR ben bensld beensold been beensold
sold sld Tbo lo sale realized relzP 31603 guineas ffulneaaART gle gleART guineasART
ART SALES AND A O EXHIBITIONS EXHIBITIONSBy EXIIIUITLONSfly EXlnDTIO 8 8u 8i
u
i By far ar the tie grandest gra ndese fs dlspIl dispuY < fsplny
plny of ol1tqle Antique Textiles TlTUcs heretui01Y3 here heretofore her ¬
sliowu in America AmericaAmerican 4rncricaAmerican
tofore tJOl slown il merIca merIcaAmerican
American Art Galleries GalleriesMADISON faleries faleriesHADtSO
MADISON SQUARE SOUTH 80UH NEW YORK YORKAt TOi TOiAt TORKAt
At Absolute Public Publc S Sale SakThis SaleThis le leThis
This THURSDAY THURSDAYFRIDAY T THURSDAYFRIDAY H U R S DAY DAYFRIDAYandATURDAY
FRIDAY FRIDAYandATURDAY FRIDAYandATURDAYAfternoons and andSATURDAY andSATURDAYAfternoons SATURDAY SATURDAYAfternoons
Afternoons AfternoonsoClock Afternoonsat
at at
230 230 230oClock 230oCJock
oClock oClock oClockGrand oCloekA oClockA
A Grand Collection CollectionOF Colection ColectionOF
OF OFSUMPTUOUS OFSUMPTUOUS OFSUMPTUOUS
SUMPTUOUSextiles SUMPTUOUS SUMPTUOUSTexties
Texties Textiles and SpecimensfArt Specimens Specimensof Specimn
of fArt fArtIn Art ArtIn ArtIn
In Needleworkroluctions Needlework NeedleworkProu Need1eork53roiuctlons
Prou roluctions tons of the 16th 17th and Ijth IjthCenturies 1th 1thCnturlcs IthCenturies
Centuries CenturiesCOA1PRISINQ Cnturlcs CnturlcsCOl1PRISINO CenturiesCOAIPRISINO
1 1Did
COA1PRISINQ COA1PRISINQId COl1PRISINO i iOld
Old Id Flemish Femish Tapestries Tapestres Rare Rareialian Raretalan Rre RreIalian
Ialian ialian Velours Spanish and andtalian andItalan andtaIan
Italan talian Embrodcric Embrodere > French Frenchand Frenchand Frencharid
and Venetian V Brocades BrocadesALL i iALL
netan
ALL OF WHICH VHICHAre WHICHAre WHICHAre
Are in Exceptional Condition ConditionALSO Condiion ConditionALSO I
ALSOAntique ALSO ALSOAntique ALSOAntique
Antique Rcpousse Silver Silverrnaments Siver SlIverrnamnts i iOrnament
Ornament rnaments and Church Relics Relicshe R lcs lcsThe
The he Collection Colection to Be Sold by byOrder byOrder
Order of the wellknown wellknownExpert welknown wellknownExpert
Expert ExpertVitall Exper ExperVital 4 4Vitall
Vitall Vital Benguiat BenguiatOf
Of 121 I I Champs Chlmps Rlygecs Eysees Paris ParisThe ParisThl ParisThe I
The Ial saia ale will wi bo b conducted conductrd by byTHOA1AS byTHOIAS byThOMAS
ThOMAS THOIAS E KIRBY of tho thoHEBICAN thoAMERICAN thebthRICAN
AMERICAN ART AR ASSOCIATION ASOCIAIN Maiirtn Maiirtne MUl n nEt
e East Et 23d St St MadIson Min Squnr Squ Smth t
4
J

xml | txt