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i gunboat K Vlcksburg In regard to the fight flghtoff fightj
j I off o Cheroulpho Corea between the Jap Japnnese JapI Japitnele
I > nnese squadron under Roar Admiral dtlrl Urlu Urluand UrhlI
I I i and tho Russian warships Varlag and nndKorletz andi
1 i Korletz Korlez n These Theie communications communlratonslhow show that thattho thlt thltI thatthe
I r tho Russian RUlslan charge that tho Vlcksburg had liaddeclined hadf hadInclined
f declined delne to succor drowning men nlH of the theVarlag thuYarlg theVarlag
Varlag Yarlg was not true trueOn truel trueOn
On the contrary Commander Marshall MarshallMntboata Marshallent arHhnl
l Mntboata lnt ent bt boath I to that tht vessel essellnd mid took tool off or officers officersand ofcer ofcermen officersal
and men who ho wore cared for on the Vicks Vickitburg Vicksp Ickl
p burg bug Ho even offered olerNI to provide quarters quartersfor qllarterl qllarterlI quartort
t I for the thl rescued relINI crows on tho Inlted Pnled Stated Statedcollier Htal Htalcoler Statescollier
collier coler Staflro 7fro but hiL this was declined declinedIncluded dlll deelliwilIncluded d dInclude
Included Include In one ot tho reports U II a letter letterfrom letterI Itr Itrtrom
I from theJapanese th the Japanese Admiral Admllallnformlnl InforniiriK Com Commner Cornmnnder loin loinraander
raander mner Marshall Mar hl that he hAd demanded demandedthat demandld demandldtht demandedthat
that tht the Russian vessel Vellflllfave leave port by noon noonof nooni
1 i of otthetolowln the following day dayald and incase IncaHethcy they t refused refusedtoleave refuHedto
toleave to leave they the would bo attacked Itacll 1 In port portbut portbut porthut
but not before 4 oclock oclol In the afternoon afternoonCommamler arnoonCmander afternoonc
c Commander Cmander Marshall lar hal was as tvqueHtedlo rqueltcd request ed to move movehla movei movehia
i his and the theother other United Unied States vessels ellellaay ellellaaytrom away awayfrom awayfrom
from the prospective prOped Ive scene Icen of action actionThere actionTher
1 There Ther Is nothing In Commander eonunandpr Mar Marsnails Marh115 Iar
1 shla snails communications oommunlcltonl to show thow how he hewaa heI hewae
I waa U asked Iked to join tho tb French and nndEllsh nndEllshI English Englishnaral
1 I naval nTal commanders in a a protest plOttlt against againstthe alaln againstthe t tI
I the tbi threatened thretcno attack atacl In the t he port of Che Cheraulpho Chemuhpho he heI
He there t frequent com communication coinmunicatlon ¬
I raulpho says sy SLLf was as COI
I munication by boat between the 1m VariuR VariuRRuMian YarlagI VariugRuaalan
I RuMian Nlan the Elba Eba nationality natonality not given giventhe glvpntM givenI
I the Pascal Palal French and the Talbot Ialbot Eng EnulUh E Engt
t lUh lb prior to the thl engagement engagllent and that tliatafter thatI
4 I after afer the action was wa wa concluded thi this signal signalwaa signalwas Ignl Ignlj
j was 8 sent snt sentbytheTalbot by the Talbot TaUXI to tot totlie t he Elba ElbaOur ElbaOur ElbaOtir
Our letter leter of protest waif Wil delivered ellerN on onboard 0 0bo onboard
I board bo the Japanese JapneRe flagship fagship H I few flw minutes minutoabefore mlnutosbtore minutesI
before btore the first frst shot was wallrc fired firedIn firedIn
In desorlblng dlorlblng the return of the Russian RussianTeasels RU Russianc lan lanTl
c Teasels Tl to Chemulpho after afer the engagement engagementCommander Inglllment InglllmentCmmador engagementi6
i6 Commander Cmmador Marshall larhalslv larhalslvAt says saynAt sayst
t At At 1250 the Varlag araK anchored unchorl about
I 400 yards to the th northward and westward westwardof we twlr twlrI
I I of the be Talbot Tlibot with Ith the Elba about 000 yard yardto yal yalto yardsto
to the southward of her On learning learing that thathe thatIhe thatshe
she he had quite quit a number numbr of wounded men menI
I sent lnt our medloal officer ofcr on board to render renderassistance renderLlstano renderd
d assistance Llstano The same sme was wal done by the theTalbot theTabt fluez
z Talbot Tabt Elba and Pascal A little lte later lat r on onon Oi Oion onon
on It being bing reported that the Varlag V8Ing was wasIn Wil wasIn I
I In a linking condition condiion two of our cutters cuttersand cutel cutelad cuttersand
and ad the whale boats bOIt from the other otler cruisers cruisersassisted olulsers olulsersI cruisersas1sted
I assisted asted in taking off 01 her personnel peronnel and andputting an anpttng andputting
putting pttng them on board hOlrd the tIl Talbot and andElba Ind IndElb andElba
Elba ElbaTwo Elb
Two Russian Iusslan officers ofoerl engineers were werebrought werebrought ere erebrught
brought brught on board the Vickuburg Ylcklburg unit 1U taken takenoare takel takelce takenre
oare ce re of for some Bore time tme and on my offering offeringto olerlng olerlngto
to have hve the afiro Zatro lined u > 1 as a temporary temporaryquarters tfmporry tfmporryqUtr temporaryquartera
quarters qUtr they were Wl1e taken to the Elba Klbawhere Elbl Elbawhere
where ber their captain cptain detained Iutulne them and anddeclined anddelne andh
h declined delne my offer oterUh with thanks thanksThese thlnks thlnksTho thanksThese
These Tho two officers ofeelH very eIY freely stated statedthat state statedthat
that they themselves tbemlI bad hld opened valves valvesIn valvesIntheenginoand alv6
In Intheenginoand the engine engin and fire fre rooms roonl with wih the object objectof I
of sinking their vessel vtel The fire tre aft ufo which whichhad whichI
I had been ben caused cusc by the th bursting hutllg of u large largohell largeshel largeshell I
hell shel among some 101t boats and hammocks hammockscontinued halmoks halmokscntnue hatumockscontinued
continued cntnue to spread eprld among the th woodwork woodworkef
ef the decks dlckl cabins cbins Ac e in the section eecton of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the hull hul abaft nbaf the ttle niuinmait malllait burning burningfiercely burlllg burlllgfercly luuuruulngfiercely
fiercely fercly until unt the vessel vC l finally tnaly rolled role over overon overon overon
on her port Hide and sunk Ink at 601 P 1 M MDuripg MDurng MDuripg
Duripg Durng all al of this the time there were well fre frequent frequent rrequent ¬
the fire reached the theammunition theammunition
quent explosions us lS 11e reachld tht thtamunltol
ammunition amunltol which had been ben left lef on al deck deckfor d deckfor ck cktor
for the guns and just before sinking there therewere thcnwer thereI
I were wer two to explosions of guncotton guncoton or 01 oilier oiliernltro ot othernitzo her
nltro nllo powder as 1 judged from the th bright brightorangecolored brllht brllhtorgecolorP brightorangecolored I
orangecolored orgecolorP flashes fashll As near as I could couldlearn couldlearn
I learn ler the Variags Ions was Wi twentyone twentyonekilled twentyonei twentyonekilled I
i killed IdUe and ad forty wounded The bodies bodiesof hod bodiesof i 1 1of
of the te former torer not being taken off 01 went wentdown welt weltdow wentdown
down dow with wlth their vessel vesselThe veslel veslelTho vesselt
t The Korletr Krlet was not hit at all al so o far as asI a aI asI
I I can rn learn lern She held a 1 position positon between betweenthe betweeni betweenthe
i the te Vicksburg and the th Zaflro Ztro until unti 120 120during 110durn 1lOI
I during durn which interval she never attempted attemptedto atfupt61 atfupt61t
to t lower a boat or go o to the assistance sltanct of ofher ort oCu
u her consort cnsort when 11m she Ihe anctored anetottd inside of ofus oru I
1 t us u noar nr O Ooration > > > ration nalon Island Islald Spit li iuit At about abolt
344 3 P M t s u was WIS abandoned abandontl by b her ofll ofllowrsandriHtj of olliL
L owrsandriHtj oanr f 1 in their own 011 boats hoatswho who went wentaboard uuentaboard ent I
aboard abr the Iaucal III and 11 at 37 P 1 1 V the theKorletc IIeKorle tleI
I I Korletc Korle WM W8 blown up upThere upThere
There Ther were er two distinct diAtUCt and very veryheavy erv ervhev cry cryheavy I
heavy hev explosions exploslol following tolnwin each other otlpr In Inquick Iii InI
I 1 quick oucoeoKlon 8Clon The shoctt Iho was wa so strong BtroiiKi IlrolK IlrolKJ I
J i 4 to t lift lU and keel the thl Vickubir Ylcklblr < Iule juite iiite per poroeptibly perI
I 1 oeptibly o tbly The e icnprflision lUpr iiol 1 had IUll at first firstwaa Irstwas 1dt 1dtt
t was W that that our forward uaijttJiiie I Iilt had hailblown hadblown
pu blown up ut Immediately Ilunelnely following followIng oIOhl this th the thecrew 110 110If thei
ot the Chinese Chlne Eastern
If i crew er t galtem Hallway HallwayCompanys Halway HalwayCpnys HallwayI
I Companys Cpnys mall mal steaner Ileafer CIAtan Russian fla flawhich fal fiauI
I which was schedulol hlllu to sail sal this irurnlni irurnlnifor 1ornllfor zrornlu zrornluI
I I for Port Po Dalny Ao o set Slt lire lre to her lr and ondthen Ind andu I II
u then Uen abandoned her 111 coins loll oiuu alto AlI tn It the thePaacal theI I
I I I Pascal PaacalIt Paaal
I It will IU be 8 seen fro1 fro t this thl account aCUUt that tlatthe i
1 1 I the te bitter bitr feeling fnlng nroiisud arolsu In II ftisulu nJsio over overthe Itr ItrI overI
I the te report rpor that Comiiicndcr COITtander Marshall Mlrshal ro rofused r rou i
u fused t to assist all slst t the t he Ifuiwlitn nl lln ers CI ersIj via viaunjustifiable I IunjuI
Ij I I unjustifiable unjustifiableSeoul unjuI unjustifiableI fRhle I IIrful
I Irful Seoul Legation lr lt iiiaril rl rifiliioiil rifiliioiilftfttlal ndll1 fleduetulI i
I l ftfttlal ll CaMe C U Utieattfi la t Tun T 11 s SUN SUNSEOUL ftu ftup us usSEOUL
p SEOUL April Apri 21 Ilout Macdoiigall Macdoiigallwith Macdolgul MucLloulgahlu I Iwith
u t with seventy sevent of the American marines marineswho lurinP marinesi
i who have been bn acting actinI as 1 n a legation II atlol guard guardwill glord glordwl guardu
u will wl sail Mi on the th Kulelgh for Manila Ianla on 01 Satur Saturday Hltur Hlturda Satur1c ¬
1c I I i day da leaving Ieavln Cnpt Copt Matthews Iulhelvi and Lieut LieutSmith 1leul LleutI
I Smith Smlth and twentyseven 1 eutlevu men mfU to protect protectthe Ilrtlt Ilrtltthe PrOtfetA
A the legation legatlol the American rerlcol street Itrft railway railwayand ralwl railwayand
and the te electric elftrlo light lpht system sVltem also 11 0 owned ownedby onedby ownedI
I i by Americans AmlrlCM The name lile force forI will wil ho homaintained homlnlatne hemaIntained
maintained mlnlatne at the British IkilKh French Jrllh and andItalian Ild IldJaUanllgatlol andItalian
Italian JaUanllgatlol JaUanllgatlolTn legations legationsTo4 isgat lone loneTo
To4 Tn line r Clrrmun nlrman Mlramrm ftramrr as 1 rolllrrs rolllrrsitftctal lollrrA lollrrAt41 othersSpCIdI
itftctal t41 Cable Coe Uttpatch UtpaUf to I Tun 1HI SUN SUNST Su SuST 01
ST PBTKnsnuRO PBTyns uRo Ajiril Apri 21 IThe The German Germanetearcera Hennauaner ierinauustMmera
etearcera aner that were lately purchased by h hto
to thoRusalan the Russian Rtlan Oovnrnment GOVfrnmlnt are being lnlfstrppd stripped strippedinternally strippedInternally
i internally Interly to enable fnahle them to be Uld used UH UHcollier al usi
J i collier collierRlchti ole collIersfltti
i Rlchti of Americans A mtlcn Iulnit 5lnk Ulrelrii Wlrflru In tli tliWar thf the theWar
WABHIMOTOX WAHIIOTOX April Apri ziTn 2l ru a note 10tl uuol to th thRu 111 thus thusU4sfl
Ru Bolan U4sfl < an Ambassador AbsMdor the Secretary Strllar of State Stateban Statee StateliaR
e ban hI acknowledged acknowlege receiving rllvlng the Ituwian Iuian ItuwianGovernments
I Governments notification that newspaper newspapercorrpspondents
u Goverment8 notncotlon
1 I correspondents crpondentl using uslnl wireless wlrelf telegraphy telegraphywithin telcgraplwithin neIPIJr neIPIJrcrpondentl
I I within the theatre of war will wi he treated treatedaa
vu f aa 8 spies Iple The note nays IYS that th flue treltc United UnitedStates Unie UnitedI
I States Btate Government Goverment reserves r nl to itself IReif the theright therigh theI
I right righ to take such luch action acton as it may mv deem deemnecessary deemneelrb deemI
I necessary neceeaarv If I the t be interests IntfrMIH of American Americancltlzcnn A wricuun wricuuneltlzena
cltlzcnn neelrb cltuM become tmo Involved InvolvedHAD Ilvolvf IlvolvfRn Atlrcln AtlrclnI
s Aird A ted Woman Fo Pound Found 0 l IInI > lnicat 0 at Her UnC Hert I IHomr
t C Horns 10m Siirrouiiilril Slrroulll by I Her ltr Pets IeltMIDDLJSTOWX Irt IrtMIDDJlOWS Petsy
y MIDDLJSTOWX MIDDJlOWS X V April Apri 21But 21BII for forthe forif forthe
if the Intervention of neighbors Mrs
Intervfnton neighbor Mary MaryClark MaryIark llry llryClark
Clark Iark an aged widow of Goshen Orange Orangecounty Oran Orangecounty e el
l county unty would have died dlll as she wished wishedsurrounded wishe wishedsurrounded
surrounded nroundN by her pet plt cats and dogs to tothe tothe tothe
the number nnmblr of fiftyfour ftyfolr Mrs Ir Clark had hadlived had1N hadlived
lived 1N alone alcl for or many malY years NII in a little ltle house houseon hOlse hOlseon
on the thf Green ren She was WOI 70 yearn arl old and andwai andwa andwas
was wa considered eccentric eccentricWednesday oCutrlo oCutrloW eccentricI
I Wednesday W ne a evening epnln neighbors 10lghhorl passing passingthe plslngthe passingc
c the old womans home heard 1MId groans groalR and anddeciding ald aldl anddeciding
l deciding deiding that she ele was wa in trouble went wtnt to toher toher tolv
lv I her assistance 1llllnoe Mrs Ir Clark lark was wal found foundlying foundlying foundlying
lying on the floor toor suffering ulerluJ with wih a broken brokenhip broknhip trokent
t hip she had sustained Iuslalne in trying to get about aboutto
to feed fo her pets pet She Hht wa WI was surrounded lurounde by byoats byIats byeats
oats Iats and ad dogs the thf latter later of which hlch showed showeda showe
i a disposiion disposition to attack atack the intruders Intrder The Theanimals TheInlmals
1 animals Inlmals were driven Into separate soparte rooms roomsand roomsInd roomsand
and Ind the doors dor locked 10ke and andthf the old woman womanwa womanu womanwaj
wa waj u carried rre to a neighbors nllghbrs house hOI1 where whereshe whreIh whereshe
she Ih died dir that night nightThe nightpolc nightFhe
The police polc did not know what to do with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the collection cltton of pete Pltl which when sorted sortedout 811e sortedout
out 01t w wers frf r found to consist cnllt of thirtyeight thirtyeightcftt
cftt cAta nta and tnd sixteen sltn dogs In addition to totbw tothf tothee
thee thf several vrIIIU6 litter of kittens kiten and puppies puppiesWBI puppie puppi puppif
f WBI Wf wars found In the house houPf and two dead d dogs dogswere dog dogswere
were found founr In the woodshed oolhe back M of the
animals aia snhznatsI house bos Uwu T It WI was finally fnaly decided deide to t tojuihl kill ki all a Bt I the thoanimals thaaia thesnhznats
SHOfTKIlS llmTIWf A 4 It 1 ltII Alt MK477N7 MK477N7Hrlncatr IWtTIOUtICKatC 1SE4T1VO1efrkatcs
Hrlncatr UtICKatC at larnr laK and Rational atonat attonI Iielf IielfRates lel ltIerate
Rates Yet rt t tl to lie le lioneii I0 t1 Are re Instructed Instructedto Inltrletd Inltrletdt
to t I Vote ot at a a Inlt ni for lortif the Hay la Ntate NtateMan Itatl Itatlanl tate tateMans
Man Mans anl Nomination Nominatollealt NoiuutntloiiIIeaist llcarit Men lfl lfl1081OS Iriu lll lllBOBTOX hIss hIssBosTo
BOBTOX 1081OS April Aprl 21 21The Tho Thl conservative consenne ele element e emelt do domelut ¬
ment melt of the Massachusetts M chuFeth Democracy Dlmocrac domi dominated dOII dOIInltll clouuuinated ¬
nated nltll the I State convention conveltlon in II Tremdnl TremdnlTemple TrlGnt TrlGntTemple TreindutTemple
Temple today Rotolutions 1te801utos were WEre panned pannedIndenting pa1Hf1indoring passedindorslng
Indenting indoring the tht Hon HJclmrd Obey Olne for tho thoPresidential thoPI81dlntlailomln tluePresidentIal
Presidential PI81dlntlailomln nomination tlbn fl and ald instructing Inltruclhll tint tintdelegates tht flu fludelegates
delegates at lt large rhoeen today todl and the thedelegates tht thedelegates
delegates d lelatl to be bl chosen eholn at tho district con conventions conventlonH conventlonus ¬
ventions to vote as a I unit uni for him hll at St StLouis Stouls StJuuhs
Louis ouls until uull uun I II a nomination lomlnaton uitrnin at Ion In II made or his hisname hiRname hi Is Isname
name is withdrawn wihdrawn by b authority authorityIt authorl
It wan Wil a stinging stnging defeat d feat fOI George eorgl Fred FredWilliams Frld FrldWiliamI FreulWilliams
Williams WiliamI and the other Hearst Helrt shoutere shouterewho ehoulel shuouterswho
who endeavored to have a resolution IlOlllton in indorsing IndOriul hiudorsiug ¬
dorsing dOriul the New ew York Congressman COnr188181 substi substituted lubHII lubHIItuted stubstituted ¬
tuted lor tho majority Ilajorll report rpor of the thl reso resolutions IHO IHOlutlollcolmite resolutlous ¬
lutions lutlollcolmite committee and al who tried trk > their best bestto blt bltto bestto
to prevent the adoption aloption of < f the unit rule ruleby Iul Iulby ioleby
by all al kinds kind of threats thwstl and nd argument argumentWilliams Irlllleutl arguuruueuituuiltiams
Williams Ilal iltiams knew kne he wal was whipped whpped when whenho whel whuenho
ho entered the convention conenlol hall hal so 10 he an announced In Innounce annoutneed ¬
nounced himself hlnlelf for harmony In the theafternoon theafurnoon theafternoon
afternoon afurnoon nounce he made a long speech 1peh In II which whichhe whichhe whhchuhe
he denounced denoul the proposed instructions In uuctioll to tothe tothe tothe
the district dl trlct delegates to support Olney Olneyas Ulll Olin Olinas I
as al invalid Ilvald Only a few weeks wekl ago Wil Williams VIlhams 1 ¬
hams Ilmilid said publicly publcly that he had declared dccluod war warupon wlr wlrUpOI wartupon
upon UpOI the machine lachlne and was 08 In the right tght to tostay toHta tostay
Hta stay so 10 bin hil references referenc to harmony caused causedamusement clUled clUledamusement causedaiuuulseunont
amusement among Imong the Olney tln n6v y adherenttt adherentttthree adherentwho adherentswho
who outulmbred outnunubured tht the Ieallt hearat delegates delcgntethro delegatesthree
three thro to one oneThe oneThe oiueThe
The convention cnvention elected elctld as 8 delegates dtegKtel at atlarge atlrgt atlarge
large lrgt to the national lationul convention COIntlon tho slate slatemade Illte Illtemact sUitemache
made up u some lome weeks ek ago comprising comprisingMayor corprtlnl coruuprlslngMayor
Mayor mact Ia or Patrick A Collins Coline of Boston Hostol the theHoii Iht huelou
lou HOI William Wilam A Gaton a tol of o Boston lotton the theHon theHOI theHotu
Hon HOI John 1011 H Thayer huvtI of Worcester oreeltfr and andthe Ild Ildlhe andthe
the Hon William liam Ihliam L Lulgll > Uouglo of Brockton BrocktonMayor Hrcklou HrcklouMayor BrocklouuMayor
Mayor Collins Colln and Ind Mr ir Thayer each re received recive recebved ¬
ceived cive H14 tt4 votes Votll the other two successful siiwessfulcandidates sllelsful sllelsfullndldKtel successfulcandidates
candidates < lndldKtel gutting gltllg 813 61 each Williams Williamswho Wiiams Wiiamswho WIllIamswIuo
who headed hp8dt the tht t1u Hearst ticket ticket received received27U I elve
27U jU o votes vole The Jht alternates alterIKd who were welI chosen chosenby choren chorenuy chuoseuiby
by acclamation are the Bon J J MeSa McNuinaru MeSaluaua Io u uium
inaru ium uccllalion of Boston Doatol Thomas Thomal EDwyerof E DWYlr Dwyer of Wake Wakefluid Wlke Wlketeld Wakefiid
Sullllvnn of Fall River and andKekiel andEzekiel
fluid teld James JIC E 8ullvln 111 ald aldE
Ezekiel E pklel M Ezekiel Eekiel of Springfield SpringfieldThe Springfeld Springfeldhe
The he resolutions rolutJols Indorsing Indollllg Olney are us usfollows 11 asfollows
follows followsToe folows folowsb8 followsthe
Toe b8 Democrats lemocrals of Mamachu Mssachusets sulchuBltt tt In II con convcutlon cciiYetatlon
vcutlon asHeinljIeU ls8ellllet herewith hprewlh record their theirConviction th11 theiruruvlctloui
Conviction velton unlcto that to achieve Rchlll success AICCf In II HID HIDDemocratic Ih IhP theDemocratic
Democratic I notional campaign pa our o iiniiilnee iiniiilneefor huuuhuuIneefur i
for President l ltat should tl tlIIIcu IIIcu Lie some I l iltien fl gl not tiolonly notoruly
only P 011 ucknowledtfed uclmowledled Ihrouglioiit throliholt the th I tnlol U nina to toM tob totL
M b of preeminent plellnelt ability abllt und unquestionable uncjufuloimbleIntegrity uqlesllolabll unquestionableIntegrity
Integrity nod patriotism but UI also 110 on 01 one whose wlioaeuroved who whoseproved e eproed
Iltetit putrol8D
proved nttachment UaChl9nt to the onatltullon on ttullol uud uudmTij soulhuica
mTij 110 of the Ih Unit Unitthat Unied Liulted States tl Is a slr stirs plti pledge pledgethat
that thll he h will olxiy ohs their Ullr Injunctions IIJulclonsIMlbmi Miihniit Miihniitto
to all ni their thei 1 restrictions reetrlcto18 upon execilllve leCl1 exe uuhlvu I nu nuthorltj IU IUthrlr antluuurlty
thorltj unit Imt eiecuto them ijorsonallv ijorsonallvTo lorMonnl
To flits thl end od we prenent prellt to the Ih Uemoerato Uemoeratoof lPIONat lPIONatur
of the United States taleS ttit IIUIIIB Inm of Richard IllchurdUlney Itchnrd ItchnrdUlne RichardUlney
Ulne Ulney at I > one conspicuously con8plcI011 qualified qlolted for flue tliaollUe 118 flueohlite
ollUe of President PresidentVu Prlldent PrlldentWI
WI Vu e iiriHxnt him htl 81 as u cluren I it tI7el teIu not nll only oui ly of oflu8 ofMussaehuuisetsulone r rluHncll
auliuaettsiilone lu8 luHncll uslon billof bltor the he tnltrd lld States StatestliorotiKhly StatsIhorOlchl ttatestitorotughily
tliorotiKhly iiuqimlnted luQIIOId with wih the Ihl needs 1d of ofour otolur r rour
our IhorOlchl country cUlltn Just I lust und 111 Impartial hntartal towiird lowuld towuu rd nil nilIts 11 lulllie
Its I needs one on who I ha hues ha respect for the Ihl Inn InnIll II hiwiii I
Ill letter and spirit whose whot courage courll acid ld vigor vluorIn vigorlii hurin
In inaliitalnlnK 1111111nlni our Ilr rights rilhlH national letoll mid d In Intwriiiillonal Intlrlltolul iiitsrtuuullonul
twriiiillonal ui home buwt und Ind abroad have 101e been beenput bnIlll btenicut
put tlrlltolul Illl to the Ih test anti IUII demonstrated demuItrted in I high highpublic hllh hllhluul highpublic
public office one who vigorously vlhorol81 enforced enforcedHie
flue luul th traditional tradltonat ule policies polcll of o our olr toiintrj coluhutr olltrr by byprotenttnK b bprotctn byprotecttng
protenttnK u I weak sister 8i tlr republic rlPlhlc In II 10111 Southuuuerica South SouthAmerica
America protctn from rrOI rouuu the encroachments eILro mts of u 1 strong strongturopean Rlronl strongEluropean
turopean 11rlul nn power puwel t one uu In II < whom hol the tbl spirIt splrl of ofJustice utJI8tl ofJIlstie
Justice JI8tl Ilro and nd of scrupulous McruPllolhi reirurd rjlrd for or the therlchts therhhls therIghts
rIghts of the iwople eLnirly 1 1 und d lolleutively lolleutivelyIn lulctII lulctIIIs
In Inborn InbornWe Ilbom inbornWe
We hereby Instruct the delegates dlelt s and alter altern nler nlerlalfs situiutes
n lalfs iutes tes choeen to attend Ileld the nntlunul halunul conven convention COIIn COIInton conventlon ¬
tion it lt Ht Lotus tlul by b thl Itll this convention cOIVeutol und Ind by bythe urthe bytue
the ton Uonirressloiml district conventions ol1elllou to toplace 10plnce topiece
place Oulre8sl011 In nomination uowlnaton the th name of ItlchnrdUlnev Itlchnrd Jchnrd JchnrdOne lilehuuurdOlney
Ulnev as IS the choice ctolce of Massachusetts lusaachuMel8 for the theDemboratlo II theDeicooruttlo
Demboratlo One III nomination nominal lUl for President PItidenl and nndwe andwe andas
we further Instruct tnstrct said delejttttes deil lfl and niter niternates nltrnatef alternates I
nates natef to CaSt 08t the tb vote ole of MHStachusettii lluachusetu as asunit 8 asa
a unit for him him In the convention OOelton until unll tlienorn tlienornItintlon th the tiara uomhlotlol tiaraInatlon
Itintlon hlotlol shah shal be made or hl his name UID nhfill fhll lie liewithdrawn le lelhdrnw Iewithdrawn
withdrawn lhdrnw by authority authorityJust authorl authorityJust <
Just before berole the tIl convention conventon wastadoiihned wastadoiihnedthe MI 1aufloiitned 1aufloiitnedthe oinel
the Hon Josiah yuincy introduced Intruco the thefollowing thefollowing
following rolowlng reHoltitlon rtolutlon supplementing IIJplemenlng the theono thetlrt theone
ono first adopted adoptedSubject adopledSubJr adoptedSultujeet
Subject SubJr to the Ih Instruction In Instruct lrlln ions nlready lrrldy adopted adoptedby ado
by b thin thi ronvmition in r respect pect ll ct to tasting Ia tnl the thevote Ih8vote thevote
vote vote of coInlul Muniticliiisotts IIIlcbuII as a n I unit uui In II favor of ofih orIh oftii
ih iiumliiHtlon IHultlon of Klchard HehalJ Olney Jne the tle dle dlenHtlciiml tI tIIlte dcl dclgates
gates stutl alternates 10 th this uenlocrallu uenlocralluconulol 1teniocratlunutthitual
nHtlciiml Ilte IUr convention Irnol cho chosen pn by thU thi convention conventionnnd cnntnlon cnntnlonnwl
nnd to tl IJH hi conulol m eboMii UUM by several erll district con conventions iouYeuitione 01 ¬
ventions are hefebv herI Inxniclrii 118lruch to net Olt and andvoto endVote
venton unit art nil mutters nod tulestionipertaInhruu uiMtlona uiMtlonapertuinlnir I
Vote Vul na it I upon ullll Illtterslnd IIUetoDI IIUetoDIpertalnln
pertuinlnir ti II to > said lail convention CIIIIII In II accorditnco accorditncowith ICCUrdllcu accurduuuucew I
with wih w It Ii the tl te will wil W ill of a majority Iljorir uuiaj e rity of stld atd dilryates dilryatesThU dCI 1 les II t us usThis I
This unditioa wu Wi > uct lcrptl uudrptetl ptfil alrnoNt alnult uiianl uiianlinoiisly Ilaul uuuuanlititutisly 1
inoiisly inoiislyJhu ititutislylii 11lr I IIl
Jhu Il lii uonveutlon uOllentcu was Wil uo4 called cnlet to order orderby otderby
by Congressman lollfsmal McNury M < Nlr Capl apt John Johl 1 1Flnlurrty 1 JFhuuhurty I
Flnlurrty FluIHI or OIOlctlcr ilotiCMor was 10 niudi > perruanent perruanentchairman plrmllelt perrautlentchairman
chairman clmillan Wlien h 1 thus tl Obey Onl resolution wu wuintroiiuccd wuintIOtuCi wus wusjot I
introiiuccd intIOtuCi jot toultuetsi the HMimt H11t ludiCI i ucllf l Is inado 111do them themevoa themelvo t luenuselves
selves evoa elvo hird in I fereiit ft for cut pioteMs pIIJft uguirHl uguirHlthe 1111r ugainstthe t tth
the th gag ga nllH und In sought Iolght In II vain Illn alui tn have havetheir hl1 havetheir
their resolutions tFhltlol indoiaing Indollllg ileuttc l IC put putthrough 11tthrough ptttlnougii
through an a uiiLStltute uiiLStltuteWheu dabstituteWhen sibtltUteWhen
When I this thu1 motion failed faie thu hearst Hcurntpeoplo Hcarlt Hcarltpeoplo hearstpeoplo
peoplo fell fll back ack to t arfcutnentn arfmeltl oguliibt oguliibtthat ngullr ngullrthat aguinurthat
that part prtot of the urixtanl ori lhr resolutlonu rellllol IriKtruci IriKtrucilu Inltrlct InltrlctII Iruuutruuculug
lu II lug > all 11 tleingnten d pgnI tn t sOle for ffl Ultitty Il iui I Iunit a aunit aii
unit ii u1 t A iiinbcr I ui I uuitute IIJo nf < if f niim Ilun Riola i 111 0 > againstthw nga against gnlnttlll I net netthue
thw lll inill in I rlicri I iot Vllllvmx Vi lllm I lit ins niaUInf 11111 u 1 long longadlr IUlg IUlgidcl longadcincss
idcl adcincss adlr fs it I wl ylutt 1 < li li I decluicd ctlultu tltc1u ed that t the t lie die dlttra Ils diefr >
tra fr 6 asiO Il1rIl 25ciufd4 Kte woiiM olt ignor iguO any such > at attempt uttfmat attempt ¬
tempt tfmat to Iiuriuct II rllwt toUgh ltI Whtm WIII hueru the th I lie vote votowurttaVen votewil4 010 010wu
wurttaVen wu wil4 talum the hl entlm Olney 01 resolution rlolllon wan wanadopted WII wasadopted
adopted by IJ an 11 oveiwhelming OIPI wtfJWIII wteiuuiiug majoilty majoiltyContrary mjolt mjoltContrary unajot hy hyontrary
Contrary to the Iht general era I expectations expectationsthere Ilp expectationsthuerti IKtloD IKtloDthere
there was al no great 101 disoixlcr 1110rdcr during dullg the theincluding Iheprcelllll theprocceilhiugs
prcelllll procceilhiugs Thu I hun 1111 1featt people hlg luissed luissedthe f fthf
thf the Ilmes nurnes orlomeof otsotneof Ie fLu lead leaditug repll Ig Democrtt Deniocrata DeniocrataIncluding
including that I hit of Olney Cne Finally Flnal when whenWilliam whel whetVliliains
William Wlllml paid plid a high tribute dhlt ID I o Mr MrOnl Olney Olneythe Olnuythe
the hIssing hllRlng cfate cfateR ceneel ceneelIf < r > n eJ eJf
A a l UtltHrlll Ieiuuotruhle > eiuufr tlc Blrulur Mho ho MlRhl IKht Hate Hateto lae laeto itaucto
to Vole It ote Asalust Xrplirvt Srth Iliroilorc IliroilorcRobert Ihtodore IhtodoreHobert IhutouiorcRobert
Robert B Roosevelt looret1 uncle of Presidentlo08evel Presidentitooseveit President PresidentHooeevelt
Hooeevelt lo08evel was Wlt chosen at the Democratic DemocraticStttto Demorato DemoratoHtlto DetnocuaticState
Stttto Htlto convention conventlon an I a Presidential J > Jdidental elector electorfrom eletor eletorfrom electorfrom
district H Hsentyesterday He Hesent
from the Twelfth Telfth Congress tongrtl dlftlet Ht HtHent
sentyesterday sent yesterday to CharkB CharllB F Murphy tllrhy a aletter I aletter
letter leter declining delning the honor wiruor OIO In this letter letterMr leter leterIr letterMr
Mr Ir Roosevelt wrote wroteWillie wrott wroteVhthe
Willie I differ dlrlr with l thus tle lre Irrldent lresldent ld nt and Ind the theparty theparty theparty
party with which be IK 111110ltd imnocliilml us to certain certainfundamciitnl ecitainliundamerittul ertalnflndamentl
fundamciitnl flndamentl wih principles of publlu ptllo policy pote I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have the highest hllhl t appreciation aplreciatol of him per perKonallr perKonat1 persoflhllib
Konallr nnd nld of his ll iumolflsli uIHlt h and unquea unqueatlunml InQUIS InQUISdlvoton lungucsI
Konat1 tlunml I oned devotion dlvoton to the public Ilblc good 1 feel feelrliat frelIlat feelt
Ilat t rliat tat while whie li ht lu 1 Is n i Ianthtol fuIntlIiat4 ndldnt of oflhat Iou that party partyfor plrty plrtyror partyfor
for thus tie highest hlthet position pD llon III ofllclul onlclli life le our ourfninlly ourrAII ourtsuuihly
fninlly relations unit Ind nd the Ihl xlione personal personaliifftctlon peraonnlrIIOI personaliiffittloti
iifftctlon rAII rllalol which I have hle for liimwould Ilu him vould auld incite inukeIt uke ukeI
It rIIOI Improper Imlropr nnd Ind iinbToiniiiK 1Ibr0111 In II rne re to take takeliny takeIn takeluni
In I liny purl in II the approuchlnic approlchllC national natonnt can canVII cahuu155
VII u155 M
1 u155Mr Mr MMr Ir Hoosevelt Jooleclt said lald last night I did didnot didnot dudnot
not know that that I wax a on the tIl lint Ilt of electors electorsuntil elttor electorstuuuflh
until 1111 it i wa was pointe pointed out Olt to me yesterday yesterdaygreat YOterda YOterdaAlhough yesterdayAItluoughu
Alhough AItluoughu I diler differ wih with m my lephew uuephow on the thegrpat thegreat
great public plblc questions qUCUoll of the t he day I could couldnot ould ouldIot couldtuot
not Iot take nov alV position pOlllon that t would make makeme makeme nialueinc
me an official ofca opponent to him himAsked himAlked him himAsked
Asked Alked what hathu nu he thought of the chancen chancennf
nf 11 the nomination nomilatiol of Judge Parker Parklr Mr MrIloosevelt drItoosevelt Ir Ir100eel
Iloosevelt 100eel said Rid I have ho I I an yet el given hen no noattention 10 10RUlnUOI itottentlouu
attention RUlnUOI to that question qletlol I have been beenthat Iln Ilnlold lnentold
told hovevtr however that Judge Parker hM Itat1 Itat1I stated statedt
that I hat ho voted for Bryan Bryat In the last Ilt campaign campaignIf cpalgcl cpalgclI
If I that is Isso BO I cannot clllot see l how Judge ParKercan ParKer ParKerln Pareeran
can ln an consistently cnsistfll reconcile recncie the tho conservatism conservatismof cnlralom cnlralomof
of the revolutions rColuloD adopted adopte at Albany AlbD and andhis andhil andhula
his hil support upport of Bryan Dran four years yparl ago I Ivoted Iotd Ivoted
voted for McKinley and half the members membersof mem1r
of the tht Democratic Democrtc Club did the thtlnme same thing thingn
11 Jul n they would have to tell tel you 01 if t they lhl were werelinked wereasked rA rAMkpd
linked Mkpd to anfeaN eont eontDv tronfeiiBy anfeaNBy
By resolution reollton of the Albany convention conventiontbe onenton onentontheRtato
flue theRtato State committee IH 11 empowered to fill fillvacancies fl fillvacancies
vacancies on the list lst of electors electorsCoir ellor ellorCui electorsVOle empwere
Coir Cui Samed Named > atncil for Comma on niUlh Ith llallot llallotKINDIJIY nalot nalotJINDIT UsIlotFiNDiT
KINDIJIY JINDIT Ohio April prl 21 11he fl1Lue The Hon HonRalph lon lonRalph lionflaiph
D Cole lawyer of this
Ralph a lBwyer city was wasnominated wasnominated 1
nominated lomlnat for Congress Cngre on the 631th 6Uh ballot ballottonight bolot bolottonlght ballottonight
tonight by the 111 Eight district dlslcct Republican Republicanwornook RpubUcan RpubUcanonventon Repubilcanconvention
onventon convention to BICc succeed Congrlman CongrlmanWerolt Congressman CongressmanWernock
wornook Werolt wbo was a a 8 candidate candldlt for reelec reelection rele meeleclion ¬
lion ton Tho convention convento has hI been ben deadlocked deadlockedover deadloke
over six Ix candidates cdldate for three thre days Roose Roosevelt Rol floossvolt ¬
volt cl was RI indorsed indoMld for President Presidentnrltratci P8idenl P8idenltttptt PresIdentfletegttca
nrltratci tttptt for nonievrlt nonievrltBrRLDJOTOX nonJ flonievellBrainoroy rl
BrRLDJOTOX BURLOTN Vt t April Aprl 21 2tAt At the tlA First Firstdistrict Firt Firtditrct Firstdistrict
district ditrct Republican lblO convention cnvMtlon held here heretoday ber heretodc
today tooa todc II I W Allen ArJ of Burlington Burligton and ad J JF JF JF
F Manning Manm of Ct Rutland Rutand were wel elected eJele dele delegates dele ddegtcii ¬
gates gtC to t the e national naUona convention cnveton They Theywer Te Teet Theywere
nomination uomlnaton were wer et instructed it to rote otl for Rooserelts Roosereltsnomination RoQfeYaltanominatlen 11a 11auomlnaton
nt lflf 1oniof UORTOXs irwoir rInO DKAH DKAHAnirMhnln 1 1n I1E4Dtnrrslluesls
AnirMhnln n thCIII iiy I Sulphuric SnlphurlC Ether fhtr DUcoyerc DUcoyercWlifii Dlleovrtd DlleovrtdIlru DIseoeredtImeti
Wlifii Ilru Slip he Was n untie Irhle of a Year YearMrs tar tarIrs esrMrs
Mrs Irs Elizabeth EI7abeth Morton tho widow Idow of Dr DrW DrW DrW
W T I 0 Morton discoverer dl overtr and patentee patenteeof
of anaesthesia n ltlela by b sulphuric ether died diedIn diedIn diedIn
In this thll city Cty yestnrday of pneumonia pleumonla fol following folowlng tellowIng ¬
lowing an al Mine Ille iiluieet of moro than a year yearMrs ear earIrs earMrs
Mrs Irs MortonV Mortol maiden 1111en name ne was wal Fllxabeth FllxabethI F1vahtth F1vahtthh EiiuaixthWlultnuau
Whitman h HIm daughter > of t Edward EdwardWhltnian
I 1 10 1 was l a dlughl r Eward EwardI
1 Whitman and ald Almlra Almir Olmstead Olmltp8d was born bornori bor bornott
I ori ot Feb eh 4 I 1H70 1120 in 1nrniliigton flrmlngton Coon COln and andwns andI andwas
I was Wil a I Kraduatu Irlduaw of Ml Miss 1 m > Porters PCltpr1 school schoolIn 8choolII
In II Kannington KanningtonShe Jalnllgtol till tillShe
She Ihl was wn married mlrrlll In II Mny dn rnl 18 tSH < 4 to Dr DrMorton DrIolton I r rMoiton
Morton Iolton They rile Imd Iml been l > n married ilarrlld u I year yearwhen yearwhemu elr elrhll
when hll Dr Morton lollon began h111 but tlltlrie1 series of 0 tx txplrlment cxperimetuts x xperiments
lower animate him blmelf himrllf hImself
periments plrlment upon UpOI anlnnl ui upon > oii
rllf self elf nnd finally fnaly upon patients patnt which oul oulmlnnteil cuimlnat1 culnuinatud
mlnnteil in II the tl thu final tnal public puhlc demonstration demonstrationto demonstraton demonstratonto
to tho world that jinmlrss 110Inll8 surgery Flrgery under underether IndEr IndErether tinderether
ether was wife fe and practicable prntcahl This Thisdemonstration Ibisdemonstration hiH hiHdtmonlirntion
demonstration dtmonlirntion took t ool place nt I 1 t tl the IIP Massachu Massachusetts Massachiusetts llchu llchutts ¬
setts General Hospital HOlp111 on Oct in 1840 1840It 1846It
tts It 1 was said 8111 of her 111 husband hUlblnd that he heshared hoHhared heshuared
shared none nOle of the joys jOYI which wlih his tile discovery dil tilecover ¬
covery cover brought to o thousands thOUllHII of bis hi follow followcreatures felow felowcreatures feliowcreatures
creatures but biL reaped rllpl1 only onh a harvest hrt of ofmisery ofmiser ofmIsery
misery miser und Inl misfortune blighted llJhted hopes hopesruined hopeRruined hopesruined
ruined health and Ind bankruptcy Lnkruptcy No o recog recognition rog rogniton recognltioru ¬
nition niton of any alY sort from our Government Governmentever Coernment CoernmentpItr loveromentever
ever came to the impoverished widow widowalthough widowlhough widowalthough
although the reports rlportl of six Congress Congresscommittees algn algncommite orIgress orIgresscommittees
committees commite in bur ht husband lifetime Iftme had hadrecommended hadrfOmmellNI lundrecornnueuutled
recommended rfOmmellNI an appropriation upproprltol ofseveral ofseveralhundred ofaeveralhundrd of several severalhuundred
hundred hundrd thousand thouslld dola folia rx r > to be bt made In Incompensation II Incompensation
compensation compenstion for the Governments use useof U8 tuneof
of ether nturothesla IllthlIla in our civil civi war warIn Wil warIn
In the early Ildy stages stagef of experiment exptriment when whenher whenhtr whenher
her htr husband IIHba1 risked rlko bis lii own life lfe by the theprolonged thuprolonged theprolonged
prolonged inhalation inhalltol of siilphurlo 811phurlo ether etherwhich etherwhich etluerwhich
which was a then thll believed belovld to bo polsotioux polsotiouxand poI601oulud
and lud dangerous dllgerou and ali on 01 that memorable memorableday memorabllY inenuorabieduty
day lY of Oct Ill II when wl1n he wan wat conducting conduct ing his hisfirst hi hitrt hisfirst
first trt public publc demonstration dllon tlatlon the he waited waie in insuspense II inalnipeflutu
suspense SU1JJle to know whether the experiment experimenthad txptrment txptrmenthad
had been bl a success 8UICeI8 or 01 whether her hlr husband hubbandwould hu husbandwoulti bald baldwould
would be hp indicted Indlctfd for manslaughter sharing sharinghis shnrlg shnrlghil
annstbesia etluesla had been beensafely beensafely I Isael
his hil joy when finally fnalh 1M ann Ithesln ben
safely sael demonstrated After many may loan yearn yearnof vearl yearsof
of controversy over her husbands hUtbancd priority priorityof pr10rly I Ior
or discovery dI6coln hi health hlalh was WI completely completelyundermined tompletelvIldlllned completelyt
undermined Ildlllned t until ultl omit ii ho finally tlnul II died dlld suddenly suddenlyfrom RUddenljrrom soddenlyfrom
from apoplexy uJoplexy while whie driving with her hll in intontral II hmuelutral
tontral t ulral Park in II IMS IMSFive 1 1Five lbCt4Five
Five children chldrtl survive lun e her The hA eldest eldestsou tldestSOl eldestsoil
soil SOl Dr William Wllul James J ame > Morton 1 Otol is I a apractll practis practising iractishug ¬
hug Ilg physician in this city cit the second oll soil HOIIEdward 101 soilEdward
Edward lwar Whitman Whiman Morton resides 1Ilde > In Cape CapeColony CapeColony lpe lpeLolol
Colony Lolol South Africa Urici while whlo a third iJr iJrBowdltch IJr10dltc1 hrliowditch
Bowdltch 10dltc1 Morton Iorlol is II a practitioner prctiioner of medi medicine mtlcine medldoe ¬
cine doe In Monterey Muntere Iul Cal of Two married marrieddaughters murrleddlughtef narrieddaughters
dlughtef daughters Mrs lrH FruncU 11111 Keeling 1Iolng and ald Mrs MrsE MrsE lrR lrRE
E Morton Young live lve in II this city flue Thointerment flueI i ilutermtut
interment lutermtut I ii ternuent will 1vll U at Mount roult Tou ut Auburn A uhlri ii liii rut Ceme Cemetery tnittery 1 1tlry ¬
tery tlry near IIKr Boston Bostonobllimry Uo iiostouuOblttuutr3 lon lontbltulr
obllimry tbltulr Notes NotesSena ntr5 ntr5St iteaNeus
Sena St hm I huii jiut been leln received 11C1t In II it X ew w Ito Jtochflle Jt Jthrlt Itociutii
chflle hrlt of the drain In II Beirut lelru Syria or Mrs JlrnHiiunuli Mrsthiiiinulu lr
Hiiunuli 11111 Miiria llrla Condit Eddy ttd of the well wellknown wdt tuellknown
known kiOIl fatally liuly of lre iremlteiiuui byteiiuii uiis li nuisslouiarius nuisslouiariusirs loiiirles loiiirlesMrs Iulols IulolsI
Mrs I irs rl fddy rdd was IH 77 i yesrn ysi a old Slit Hhl lull 11 down downxtilM dOnt11 downstiil
xtilM t11 and ant fractured rractultt her thigh thlil MIM lr lrs Eddy EddyWHS Edt EdtIS Eddysa
WHS IS sa th ttnu daughter dallhtlr of the thl kiev ev Dr K W loii loiitllt Cotutilt I
tilt 1e for forty rort years r pastor I tur of due thl Klrst Pres Presbyterian Irp IrptJtrlln Iresbytcrluun ¬
byterian tJtrlln Church of OSWHRO N Y V Alter Aler fter her hergradiihtlon ltr ltrIrudlhlol hergradlustlomu
gradiihtlon Irudlhlol from 111 Mount 1011 llolyoku lulrokl In 11 ti mil IM 2 she shenuirrled clueuuuiirriud lt
nuirrled Illrrld the th Kev n W V tV V Kddy lt Edhl of the th 1resby 1resbytprliin lrp iresbyI l
tprliin I cituu IIII a Clinrdi lhlrll lull rehu Ild ii nd they 11 t Ii y went Wlt weui t to Syria Hriuu rll where wherethey wlwrthe iv lucre lucretbuey
they the flere en iimont 11011 the th iirllnKt arl rt of Amerlcnn AmerlcnniiilHsloiuirlee fuuuerlcuinuuiissioiicries lerICII
iiilHsloiuirlee 1110111 Or r and Mr Ir Eddy Edd curried on onextensive 01 otuextetuive
extensive xteIHIe nifsyluijK 11t both 10th nt II lleirut Illrut and Hld in II the theold tl8 tl8old theold
old city of Sldun Idon or it their five Ih children chldrel three threeof
of them thell Ch urn fiigutred In mission Ilrrlol work The ThoKev TheHe ihuHer
Her He Dr Vllliiim ulalld K Eddy Il dd U I Ht s t Slilon Idon Jlrn JlrnHuskltin 3irstiuskitu lr lrluskllH
Huskltin luskllH Is t nt Illelrlt 1111 Heirut und Dr llurv Muir lurl I 1 Eddy KddyIH Etd EtdI
IH I the tte only onl 0th woman omal holding u I license lln e to prac practice prlC pruicthee ¬
thee medicine 1111111 In II Syria nll holdlll Ilie 1 I he children hldll in il this thiscountry thll tiulsceluntry I
country olnlr are dle Dr K I Condll oldl Eddy Edd of New 11 Ito Itorhclle 10 10hle Itoiiicllc I
rhclle hle H Ild nd an 11 iinniurrini iltltllU 1111rl rritd daughter taulhter duo ghter Mrs MrsKddy In InHddy h rs rs1hdy I
Kddy was burled In the Kuroueiin reinelery reineleryat
WI lrfl II llrolul IIltJ i
at lt lleirut Uelrll beside 1lde her lr husband hlUIIJ who iuhiose e death deathoccurred tllh tllhoicurrl deiuihoccurred
occurred few re
oicurrl tt years ears ago agoWilliam 110 agoWilhiauuu
William Henry Itlr Harrison Jurrlol WU Vlse of gU Hnlunkl Hnlunklftieet Pulu Pulaskictteet kl kl8let
ftieet 1111 Urguklvn Urlo lpl dlml suddenly Iuddul on Oi Vedii Vediiduy Vdhies Vdhiesduty I
duty dl In II the Ih Carnegie 1IrfIIe Lllmiury Llhalr buildln buildlnSyraoune blidln buuuidlng lt ltSraoltt itt ittHyruuouuuue I
Syraoune Sraoltt N V He was IK visiting 11111 Irlen IrlenSyracuse frlelds lrtends 11 in inSyracuse
Syracuse lncu l and had gone 10Ul to the III library Ihra to t In Inspect 11 1181Ict Ittspect ¬
spect 81Ict u I rare rlre book collection OINlol Mr r Wise Wiseserved Ie Ieservd heserved
served In the th civil civi war Hit U lost an 11 eye 8 In Inthe InI Inthus i
the I he second battle latlt of Dull 111 Hun RII but always alwaysdeclined shISIlled alwaysdeclIned I
declined Illed to accept a pension pelMion from the Gov Government Joyertumuicuit ¬
ernment Irllell He wan 1 the thl Eu Eaetr Etsteriu tTn reprenents reprenentstlve reprelll represetitstive
tlve of the furniture furliture firm trm of llitywurd Broth Brothem Btothens loth lothen
em Company CIIPUI with Illb which he had liem b rou rouriectort roulectlO coonected
riectort lectlO for over forty yearn eart He was 1 a I lover loverof tolr tolror loverot
of books unit Ild leaven 11 e It Is I said Ilt a i fine nie private privatelibrary prhlw prhlwIbmr privatelibrary
Ibmr library He li I survived 1ht by b n I widow wltow three threeHOIK threeeons
eons 101 and Hld three Ihrl duuirhterH dallhlr On ins nl of the th sons sonsis oniOlmrliw on on1M
1M Olmrliw lhRrl C Wise WI ke e fiiperintHtident 11rlntndlnl of public publicbulldliiMd plblc plblcbultlnld publicbuulldhuigs
bulldliiMd bultlnld and nd t tlIC > nice In llrooklyn llrooklynCol Urooklrl
Col Uedtleld ldlllt Dilryea Ulrla for iiiuny 1111 years eitrs r a aMiFtint 8 as asshti
MiFtint shti 11llhlr lit chief of tile th I ii record nnd uld ii rid pennon Inlol Iwlus on division divisionof dlIlol d I vision visionoh
of tliu 111 War ar LeHirtnient OllrIDnt Duiuurt fluent and Ild a veteran 11 of tin Ih Ihdvl liiicivil tincivil
civil dvl war wlr died tltlL nl his II residence re ldn In WunblnKton WunblnKtonon WI blnllol
on 01 Wednesday iilalit nlhl He I wan u I native nai of ofNew ofew ofNew
New ew York ork but blt enlisted t11 td In the t First Connecti Connecticut lolnrct onnecticut ¬
cut Regiment lt st t the thl outbreak outbrenl of the war warmill warIld warsutti
mill Ild rose ro to the rank rall of olonI being 1lnl one oneof ole oleor oueof
of the youn yoUflufwt OUIIt e > t In th titus army ri of that grade gradeAfter Irud Irudrer gradeffter
After rer lift hi dl tlhurle dLuhurge chur e in II l 104 > i04 he h entered tulerect the theWar theWUI flueWtui
War WUI Department Ostmeut uhtre t here he h hud slate liu re remained r rl reuuusineii ¬
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five 1 II vu yeuv rel He 1 1 ii iiad 11 formerly rcrlrl fcrluur ly hern 11 ti us ii gnte gntekvrper III gi t us uskepei
kvrper IPI und a ad u 10llllII ssiitut lftiint ti I Miprrlntilidviit C ii fC rlut tuil ut t and 111 ii uti III IIIhome II ii is isliotu I
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IIU Ii ago U A fC widow Idow und lod U ad daughter dSIfel dii ii iutei survive slur unh sly hll lit Mm MmPeter iii iiiId
Peter Id tr er 1 I JHcubiiK JIobu who vhi < recently Ceuth reuI I ly was elected electeda
a I commissioner ullllolr or uJ uppenU on UI the tl tl fl flohl ttiuiluil < pnblli un untlrket 11 ciitikct
tlrket fell dead while MipcilnlfiKlliur
1kel f1 ted whl 11IIIIudhll KOIIIH KOIIIHwork OOlle OOllework sotiucururk
work on 01 hit hi place pllcl In tlild CIIIIWI iuiti well X J J today 10 < 1
Dftuth 191tb wan W 8 oauned oled by h hurt failure talure llo I was wnso wasat
80 at o years Year IM old In n the tl civil dvl war he hI served In InCompany InGo InConupuny
Company Go PU 1 t D Twentysixth TWIlrth Xnw CW ow Jersey Jlre Kegl Keglmenl itegiInelut e e1lt
menl 1lt I nnd later lute In hr the tll thirtieth I hltlth JUciment JUcimentJoseph JIaJIplt JIaJIpltloBPph ltcgimeuutJoseph
Joseph A Iocke senior warden of the theflriind theOrlnd theflruund
flriind Orlnd KncHmpmont Jnmpront of th United Unie Statesthe States Statesthe tateA1he
the second lend highest hllh1 office ore In Krilght Knllht Templury Trplur Trplurdied Teinplaridied
died lnit IUt night Illht In II Portland Portand Me I Hn I was as so sobre 61 61YrnrR 6oyenra
YrnrR old md nd was IS I a Iunlug lawyer Al As Aspresident
president bre ldent of the II State Sdmlc Splnl he wan WOI for ono onolour onubour cuebuilT
builT lour acting aclnl Governor olrnor or Maine luhll In II I87U I87USHKEHAX 18i 18iill111 18ThSlIEEI4
He Je Secures mIre the he Pratt Jral llantton alton tn Kapui KapuiAdjoining Esapuskdjotnlng Ul UI UItJotnln
Adjoining tJotnln the 8 hue Indtjri It r Home HomeKiNouroK homeElNosroy orI orIKsouol
KiNouroK Ksouol X V April Apri 21 I William Wilam K KSheehan 1 FSheehan
Sheehan of New le York city ciy has hal closed c08t the thenegotiations thenotlalon8 thenegotiations
notlalon8 negotiations which he hI has as been hen conduct conducting conductIng conduiotlog ¬
ing for the lease of the Col Cl Pratt Prat mansion mansionof mDRlol
at FfPUS Feopus adjoining Uoeemount the home homeof homeof
of Chief Judge Parker > arker For some eme days daYI he hewas hewal howas
was wal trying to get either eiher the Pratt Prat place placeor
tryll Iet
or the Hansom Hnsm Parker house houlr which hlch is isnorth II Isnorth
10rth north of Hosemount HosumountTbe HosemountThl HosemountThis
This Thl Pratt mansion manlion is II one onl of the finest finestalong fneAt fneAtaong finestalong
along tho river and commands cmmandH cmmandHmAgnltcent a amagnificent amagnificent
aong mAgnltcent magnificent view vlew of the Hudson While WhileAdjoining Whie Whieadjoining hila hilaasijolning
Adjoining Rosemount RCRCmount the entrance pntanc to tothe tothe tothe
the grounds jrOldl IB nearer the West It Park Parkillation Parkalatlol Parkstation
illation alatlol than it I it I to the ICsopus station stationof saton satonof
of the West Shore Railroad Ralrold Iho negotla negotlannn negta negtatons negotiationa
tons tiona Wfre were cnnduch > through Assembly Assemblyman lembly lemblytAn
nnn tAn Charles CrlP T Tloutant Coutant thrujh of this city dt ir Spna Spnaor 81 Senafor a ator
for or McCarren McCaren of Brookln Urokl Is said Ild to bn bnlegotiating bi benegotiating
negotiating negotatng pine for n 1 houso near nfar the tht Parker Parkerplnce Parkrplac Parkerpine
Mcliulrr nttlulrani lhlra I From rolu Iolltlon IolltlonSYPACUSK lolUn lolUnHypACVSt IolttinsMYrAcuag
SYPACUSK HypACVSt April Aprl 21 21Forur 21Former Former Mayor JK JKMcCiulre K KMcGuir KMciuiro
McCiulre McGuir has severed his connection with withthe vdthIhe withthe
secl nnfton
the Democratic Demorato county committee commlte hav having havIng haying ¬
ing presented prRnte to Chairman Chalr n John J obn J Cummins Cumminsbin Cun s shi
bin hi resignation 1lljnaton M al treasurer ta8lrr and chairman chairmanof hlran hlranof
of the thf finance fnance committee commlt6 He le II withdrew withdrewat withdrw withdrwat
at the beginning bglDllnj of the year but h t when wh n
he saw RW that his former officeholders wore woretrying woretrying
trying tring to down dow him he went olceholder ent Into the wer cau caucuses cauCIRS caumuses ¬
muses CIRS and ad won out He U nays be withdraws withdrawsnow
wihdrws wihdrwsnow
now because bau the asphalt lpb lt ly firm fir for which he
is working does not want him in politics
This he says RYs Is II final fnal and absolute absoluteJohn abllllte abllllteJohn absoluteJohn
John F Illllon mIl Nanird a1 anied for Congress CongrrtiIKDIAKAPOUB ConsrrNDANAPOI8 CongressIKnIAAroria
IKDIAKAPOUB NDANAPOI8 April Apri 21 2lTe The TII Republican Republicanconvention Republc Republicanconvention
convention onvntlon to select Rle delegates delegatt to the na national n astloi ¬
tional teli convention from the Third Thid Congress Congreaadistrict C Congressdistrict g
district met m t at New N Albany Albn today Harry Hrr
McGrain Mcrin and Samuel Wulfman Wulfm were wrf s slected ss sslected <
lee lected a al as national ntonl delcgntec dlgtt stud Rd John F FDillon FDion FDillon
Dion Dillon of Dubol Dbl county cuntY wan nominated nomlnatfdfor nomlnatc nominatedtfor
tfor for Congress CDt The resolutions rJutOn lodoned lodonedIh Ita
Ih th Administration Admnltrton of President Pldrt BooMvelt ROvel
I Author of I The Th Dose BoeaAn Bol BolApAbsorblng DoseAn
An ApAbsorblng Absorbing Stor Stoff of Love Lo Outdoor Sport Sportand Sportand Sportand
and Politics Poltcs begins In the April Apri 23d Issue lsul of ofTHE ofTHE ofTHE
All Al Newsdealers I 10 0 Cents CentsHIS CentlHIS CentsHIS
TALKEtt 1MlEI OF O SVICinK SVICinKllii crIcIIfluhltisliatulls I
11111111111 llii liaml Fight to Prevent a Final lie lierrre neJrlI theFee
rrre JrlI Fee of Divorce Dp Jp for Argument ArgumentShe
She Supported Him for Seen Years YearsMho ears tarJIHhe earsStun
Mho Nays IaUr Mr lauterliacti Shut hut OfT OfTHerr OITHerr OffHerr
Herr Xollun Doehmes motion to pre prevent prevellt provent ¬
vent Mme Nordlca from entering the final finaldecree finaldecrel finaldecree
decree in her suit for an absolute divorce divorcefrom divorcetrom divorcefrom
from him came up for argument before beforeJustice beforeJustlt beforeJustice
Justice MacLean In the theMupreme Supreme Court ourt yes yestj yestfsrla
tj tFrday tFrdayXew rday rdayXew
Xew light IighlwQfI was thrown on the charges chargesof
of collusion and fraud made by Doehme Doehmeand Doehmeand Doehnueand
and on Mmo Nordicsas grounds of com complaint oomplllint cornplaint ¬
plaint against IIgoln t her husband It was as asserted IIIMelhd assoiled ¬
soiled by b the singers slngerelawer lawyer that her bus husband busballd huuisband ¬
band had threatened to kill her after the thesuit theJult fluestilt
suit wall brought and an that he had lived livedduring liveddurIng
during the seven years of hU married life lifeentirely liftentirely lifeentirely
entirely upon Mme Xoniicas earning earningwithout eernlngthou earningswlthotut
without thou contributing a cent toward his hisown hisown
own support supportThe lIupporThe ultupportiluo
The prima donna on the other hand handWUH hal1lWilli luandwas
was accused by Doehmu In bin affidavit affidavitof
of having told him when th the divorce dlvorcoproCttlIngll divorceproofed divorcepiocesahings
proofed proCttlIngll Ings had been started that she shewould shewould sluewould
would marry Him again next summer summerin
ill England if he would withdraw wlth raw his oppo opposition oppoHllloll opposition ¬
sition to the suit Mme Nordlca denies deniesthis denieslbl deniesthis
this lbl allegation allegationNeither
Neither of the principal in tIn action octlouwas acllouwl1l1l1ourt actionwas
was wl1l1l1ourt in court although both are In New ew York Yorkat I
at prevent PIl ellt Herr Doehme won repre represented reprulIlutiod reprocetitd ¬ I
sented by II George G I Hastings whom he heretained huJetullltJ hueretained I
retained In InpluCe place of Edward lauterbach lauterbachJatnes IIIuttlrbachJKhlH LizuttsrbachJatius I
Jatnes R H Soley Sol of lloardman Platt Jt JtSoley okSole k kSoley
Soley Sole appeared for Mme Nordlcu NordlcuMr NordicueMr
Mr 1 Hastings In opening the argument argumentfor
for the plaintiff declared that the divorce divorcedecree livorctlducroo divorcedecree
decree was secured e urtJ by force and fiaud fiaudand flaudand figudand
and wall a scheme concocted to entrap flue thuhusband th thhusband flueluuushand
husband and defraud the law la He said saidthat IBIdIhllt saidthat
that when Uoehrae came to this country countryin
in November 1W3 and Icirnod of his wifeti wifetiintention wlfeliIlItntlou witusltiteotluui
intention to sue for divorce he had 15000 15000In 3CKW 3CKWin t000in
in the New ew Amsterdam Bank and JbOOOO JbOOOOwlthStroag bOUOO bOUOOwith IiOOOOwithStroagSturgis
wlthStroag with withStroagSturgis Stro Jg Sturglsit Coall Co all of which was wastied wastltJd wastissd
tied up by the civil act action Ion II brought against againsthim againsthim againstluitu
him by b Ins h 8 wife for an ac 1ICJulltlug 1ICJulltlugMoollng8 aecxatututirugMeetings ountiug ountiugMeotings
Meetings were held Mr Ir Hastings alleged allegedat
at which hich Doehtne and Mme Xordlca Xordlcaand 5ordioaatli
and tho lawyers who then represented representedthem represetutedthem
them Mr tr lauterbach and Mr Haley were wereprett werepresent
prett present < nt Doehme won told at t first that the thecivil thecivIl
civil actions against him would be with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawtt ¬
drawn if ho would consent to the divorce divorceand dilorcoIIIId divorceatud
and pay his wife 20000 120000When 20000When 20oooluen
When luen he refused to do Ibis Mr Hastings Hastingssaid Hastingscaidanaddltionat
said caidanaddltionat an additional proposition was madeto madetoliltu made to tohim tohim
him whereby the plaintiff agreed to pa pa4uuoofthe pay4txt pay paylluuo
lluuo 4uuoofthe 4txt of the 15000 OOOwl 000 which lch Mr MrIIIuterbach Lauterbach hadfixed had haulftid
fixed till as his lui fee On Jan 0 it was alleged allegedDoehme allegedDoehme I
Doehme was called ca II Ill to Mr Lauterbachs LauterbachsoRice LauterbaCh8oftlce LautorbaChsoffice I
office and urged by b Mr Ir Lauterbach and andby andby andby
by Mr Soley to fixthe fix the hue rantttr up on that thatbasis thatbaAls thatbasis
basis which be h did didDoehme didDoehme didDothme
Doehme also opposes the entering of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the he final decr deere j > on the ground that neither neitherhe nelthrhe
he nor Mme Nordlca is a resident of this thiscountry thlacoulltr thiscoututry
country coulltr Doehme Mr hastings asserted assertedwas
was a resident of Paris while his wife had hadtold hadtold hadtOII
told various persons per onH including custom customhouse cUstomhoulle customluotiuse
house officials that she was not a citizen citizenof
of tills country
Mr Soley replying replinglBid said that there could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be no question of the jurisdiction juri cllclloll of the thecourt tilecollrt thecourt
court in the matter for both parties bad a aresidence aresldnce aresIdence
residence in this country Doehme he heasserted heaSJfrted hoasserted
asserted had once talked 1 of taking out outnaturalisation outnaturall71ltlon outnaturalization
naturalisation naturalization papers papersHe papelllHe papersHe
He said that Doehme not lone after the thesuit the8ult thesuit
suit was started i had called at the tie office of ofBoardman ofoardman ofBoardman
Boardman Platt k Soley and had threat threatened thrfatIDt threatenesi ¬
ened IDt 1 to kill klll1 Mme > Nordlca and then commit commitivlflde comituitilohuJe
ivlflde n lcld if the null were pressed OO Tho Thoawyer Thoaer Theawyer
awyer declared that Doehme bud lived livedentirely livedeuitirelv
entirely 1111 irlv on the earnings of bin wife since sincnho sinCHho sincehe
ho married i her and that he had persuniied persuniiedher
her to turn 140000 4OW over to him only cmJ a short shorttime shortlime shortline
time before she discovered his infidelity InfldflIt
Mr Holey explained r the contention that IbatIwe thatMine
Mine Sordlo8 had paid cart of her r hue huebands hitisbands
bands counsel fee by saying saying that the 14000 14000hud S4ooohud 14000had
hud been paid over to her by her husband huebndin
in closing the account with the New Am Amsterdam AmIIterdarn Amisterdarn ¬
sterdam Bank with the understanding that thatsho thatsh thatshe
she sh watt to pay Mr Lauterbach LauterbachThin IauttruchThin Iauterbachurhiut
Thin lettct leU written last fall noon after afterMine afterMine
Mine hue Nordica hail returned to this thl country countrywas
was included III he affidavit which Mr MrSoley MrSoltuy Ir IrSoley
Soley presenlexl presenlexlZOLTAN prl IresentlZotr enlld enlldL1AS
ZOLTAN Zotr L1AS Since my III return to America I
have learned of facts iihout your ollr conduct conductduring OlItltlCurlng
during the past two years NI eariu which whl h have shocked shockedund Aaockdand eluociudand
and pained me inexpressibly It It1M
In not of any Oil single inle case n of infidelity InndelllthAt tlist Turn Turnspenkiuc hilitiPlaklui Intospeaking
speaking but 1 whole life Itt of Infidelity not notonly 1101ollly hotonly
only when I have hl e been away aI1 from you OU but butwhen butsiusti
when III II I have lIallIeell its ye been with wit I you ou niul us lid trusting lttl I rust tog Im Implicitly I iii iiipitchil ¬
plicitly III your 0111 urotmUtlons of uffrctlon uffrctlonI
I have 1111 VtI thought long and deeply over o pr these thesematters thesewItters theseiiuuttters
matters and tI of our relations from the tue be beginning lJ lieeftutuhiug ¬
ginning lo nut wlietlierlt 1 llUlhlr It WKK possible to Unit Unitnny fluutiliii
nny 011 common wound oulld on which we could live livebut Ih livetaut
but I find none During the seven years Bllrs of ofour orour ciour
our married life itt I have given hllI you 011 as you 011
know all till affection und devotion tle otlon of utrue utrueand H trio truIOliti trioluluil
and loyal wlf wile without re reserve erve and without withoutexception llthouteueptloll withoutexteptiutu
exception I imvtt 111 worked Incessantly IlIee sllth mid
hard nt my 10 profession mid have placed plll ed In Inyour tllOllr Ituyour
your Ollr hiiads for Investment II1Ye trnent all of my earning enrntn enrntnHurln earningsDuring
During thU 1111 time you have h1 not chosen to toand
do anything for your our own support or IIIlnr IIIlnrand mIneand
and I have paid for your OUf entire entlr maintenance maintenanceIn
S In n spite of all this It has been beengradually beenICraduallv beengradually
gradually growing evident to me that you youhud
hud no real affection or consideration for me meThese meThesl flueIluese
These things I have borne and perhaps perhapscould perblPtCOuld perhapscoiild
could have continued to boar because b aus I Inever IDver Inever
never ouarrel and a life lit of upbraiding and andfaultfinding andratllttlndillit andfaultfinding
faultfinding would he intolerable to my mynntiira lit litnlltUle nuynature
nature hut since my return here J have re received rtcelved recelved ¬
celved n 0 > manr proofs prod of your our unfaithful unfaithfulness
ness under circumstance thnt how not notmerely notnllrl nottmurchy
merely nllrl weakness s on your our part but a cruel cruelnd anlelnll cruelend
end nd utter dl dIsregard rov rrt of my feelings that I Iuni Itoil
toil constrained con trlllllecJ to hiring our relations rlllt 10M to an anfiid anlIti anquid
quid fiidA quidAs lIti
A As you Oll have hn e received all lily 111 earnings earningslno larnlnlClIInce earninasdnce
< Ince lno l 15CR nn amounting to over 1300000 with withthe withthu Ith Ithth
the th undorfttamling that tll the tb iiionuys were wereto Wllrto wereto
to he b Itive Inveteet tetl for me and Hn ns these moneys moneysanil moneYIIIn1 moneyanul
anil investments comprise my m entire say savings elvInll saylogs ¬
logs Inll and my entire fortune I cnll upon you to toturn totllrn toturn
turn them over to me at once for you know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that except for what bat I 11111 may hula earn In the future futureby futureII
by II bu my III own effort I nm entirely dependant dependantupon dpendlnttlpon dependsotlmpon
upon those st vines vinesI
I fool Just 1 1 nunnot nllot undergo the attain of ofan ofan ofan
an Interflow wltli you 011 and I therefore ask askyou askyou
you 011 If you ou have hn e as n gentleman any an con consideration ronRdlrlltlon conslderuutlon ¬
sideration for my In nufrcrinRs that you will
leave nix III III peace PCIIC and not leek ek to dIsturb dlfturhmo
mo In my III present retirement In spite of ofwhat otwhnt ofwhilut
what hits hua happened however 1 cannot cannotremejiiberlni cannotrctiiejmulicring onnot1llIIlltlhprln
remejiiberlni tli tlits MfTection I once gave you oU
lie It wholly whOl > Imlltfrrent to your our welfare and to toyour tootlr toyotur
your otlr prospects and I do tb not milan to leave lenvayou tll tlltOtl leaveuolI
you cntlrpiy entlrel without provision proi ion for your yourfutur Totlrutu
futur tOtl utu rtTMAS rtTMASEdward TnItAXFdward 1tTnt 1tTntEdward
Edward I atilerbach > Doehmes former formercounsel termercollnsel formercounsel
counsel who Is charged by Doahme with withhaving withhaving lIh lIhhaving
having induced him to make only a feeble feebledefence reoebledefenee feebledefence
defence to the suit and sued also with accepting acceptingthn
thus hulk of his fee from the lawyers for forMme forMm forMme
Mm Mme Nordlca was in the court room roomAt foomAt roomAt
At the conclusion of the arguments when whenJustice whenJustice whenJustice
Justice MacLean had announced thathe thathewould thathewould thatliewould
would give the attorneys until 2 oclock oclocktodav odookto oclocktodaY
todaY to la < to present briefs Mr Lauterbach Lauterbachasked Lauterbachasked Lauttorbachasked
asked permission to make a statement statementHis statementHis
His honor he declared dfOlareclu aa a lawyer and andan andan andan
an officer of the courthad been questioned questionedand
and it was due duelo to him be said that ho hebe hebeplrmltted hebepermitted b bpermitted
permitted to answer the allegations H Hdenied He
denied emphatically that he had accepted acceptedcounsel aoooptedoountICl acceptedcounsel
counsel fees f from both side He asked aakedpermission ukedpermillslon askedpermissIon
permission to read an affidavit to that effect feot feotbut
but Justice MacLean refused to hear him
The affidavit says that Mr Lauterbach
became counsel for Doehme In his dlvoro dlvorosuit dlvolOtlIult divorossuit
suit reluctantly that he know of no eel eolusion
usion In any of the proceeding that h he
Is confident that he ACt loyally to eeour seonrethus
thus defendants b belt st Interaata a ashe be under understood undertltoorJ understood ¬
stood thorn and to toth th the best of his profw profwilonal proteIional profesalone
alone ability Mr Lanlerbaoh also give givetbe
tbe same expUnatka exptan pf ptthe the 14000 000 p pay y
ment that Mr SoUy gT
f v nOXR nOXRA
A Bank Prwldent ubponaed to Appear AppeaIlrfore ApprarlJffore AppearIlerore
Ilrfore the tiiCl GrAnd Jury Jury To TotlayWoold TotlayWooldhe rodsyl lay Wonlrt Wonlrtbe ould ouldbe
be Borrowers Still tlIl Haunt tInt tie GlobHrciirlty Glob Olobe OlobeRreurlty Globetirciurity
Hrciirlty Companyi C illPan1 Place at Nljht NljhtThree SliEhtlhrCl ight ightlitres
Three large un till boxes a satchel and i igrip A Agrip agrip
grip the properly properlyolDinid propertyof ofPavId D vltl Rothschild were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken from from the Anflonla to Police Head Headquarters Hradqunrter Headquarters ¬
quarters laiclast night Detective Ser Sergeant Sergeant 5crgeant ¬
geant Proewho Price Who took the articled to Head Headquarters HeadqU Headquarters ¬
quarters qU rtelll in the patrol wagon of the West WestSixtyeighth WNtt8Ixtelghth WestSixtyeighth
Sixtyeighth street Rt et station refused to tell tellwhat tellwhat tellwhatwas
what whatwas was Wllln In the boxes He said that Assist Assistant AlIlIlstant Assistant ¬
ant District Attorney Kresel and Detective DetectiveSergeants DetectleSergeants DetectiveSergeants
Sergeants McConyHle ORourke > and him himself himself hUnself ¬
self had secured them at the Ansonia AnsoniaThe AnsonlaThe AnsoniaThe
The case of Rothschild R thschlld and the thefailure thAfailure thefailure
failure of hU Federal Bank will be taken takenup takenup takenup
up by b the Grand Jury today tod8 Among Amongthose Amongthaee Amongthose
those stibponaed flllbp naed to appear Is the presi president prell prealdent I Ident ¬
dent of a bank of otthltl this city cityi cllySo citySo
i So far oe Rothschild Is concerned should shouldhe
he plead plendgullt guilty to tho two charges upon uponwhich IIponwhich uponwhich
which be was AS hold by Justice Wyatt for forthe torthe fortluo
the Grand Jury the District Attorney Attorne will willbe willbe 111 111be
be Eat satisfied in fled They aro sufficient to secure securea
a heavy sentence for him himOne himOne itiniOtue
One man whom Assistant District At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Kresel examined uam ped yesterday was wasLouis WI was wasLotus I ILouis
Louis Hasse who resigned as first presi president president president ¬
dent of the Globe Security Company to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become manager managerof of t the he Grand street branch branchof
of the Federal Bank He told Mr Kresel Kreselthat Krllelthat Kreeelthat
that while president pr8l ldent of flue I ho Globe for over overa
a year he never had attended nnv an meet meetings meoetIngs electings ¬
ings of the directors had never handled handledany handled11I0Ile handledany
any money 11I0Ile or securities securlt leI and had been beenat beenat boonat
at the office of c r the company but twice twiceThe tlceIhe twiceIhe
Ihe only thing to which ho attached his hissignature hlRIIlgnoture hiseigtiature
signature an president pre ideiut were the bonds bondsand bondsand bondsarid
and these were tent tip to him in batches batchesto
to sign at his home Kotliscliild he mid midran Baldrun saidran
ran the wholo thing Hassox first ualary ualaryas solar solaras
as manager of the Grand strert branch branchwas branchWilli brancwas
was 11600 t600 and he finally got 10000 10000Victims SOoooYlctlmR 0000 0000VictIms
Victims of Rothschilds scheme of peddling peddlingamong peddlingamong peddlinganmong
among country cOllntr banks collateral note notegiven 1I0teJgiven notesgiven
given to the Globe Iob company to secure secureloans IlUCllreloans secureloans
loans are beginning to turn up up at the DIll District DIlltrict DIetrlct ¬
trict Attorneys Uome pmce ot office ce Yesterday a man mancame IIIlIncallie
came with a notice from from a bank at Mon MontouMVllle Montouuvllfe Montourgyihie
touMVllle Pa lie had borrowed 1100 1100from 300 300froni 00
from the usury shop on a chattel mortgage mortgageagreeing mortgageagreeing
agreeing to pay pa interest at the rate of IS 8 8u 8a
a month or 32 per cent He was made madeto
to give his luL note notefor for MOO as collateral He Heshowed HeIIlIoed Hosluowed
showed by receipt that he had paid 324 324In 324In 324lii
In settlement of riflIll1loanrwltb his loanwith oan with three months monthsbank monthllInterest monthsinterest
Interest When hA alllrd a5Led for his 1I0tu 1I0tuback muoteback
back Rothschild made his stock repl replthat rerly rerlythat reply replythat
that his note was in a bank for safe lIaf keeping keepingand keep keepingand ng ngand
and that it would be sent to him himThe himThe himThe
The man never got his note but he got gotnotice gotnotice gotnotice
notice from the Pennsylvania bank to pay pavIt
it again to the thabank bank or be sued on it It Mr MrKrettel MrEretsel Ir IrKIIeI
Krettel took all his receipts ond the checks checkswith ch checkswith kB kB1lth
with which whIc IhelnBtaUments he installments were paid and andwhich andhlch andwhich
which hlch went through the Federal Bank BankHe BankHe BankHe
He said that theyPutabllshed a usury usuryoharge usuryohargeanywa charge chargeanyway chargeanyway
anyway AM H to the criminality crlmlnaJit of the thenote thonole tilenote
note transaction he hasnt made ma e up his hismind hl8mind hulamind
mind Ho mild the Globe company waa waaliable waalIablu wasliablu
lIablu for its Indorsement on the note if ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the bank couldnt recover from the thelDaker thelDakerAn maker makerAn makerAn
An application has been made lo Judge JudgeHolt JudgeHolt JudgeMolt
Holt here to vacate the appointment of ofReceiver ofRfeher ofReceiver
Receiver McKeon which would ould leave lea e th thcompany the thecomplln thecompany
company in the hands < of Receiver Black Blackappointed Blackappolntoo BlackappoInted
appointed by the hue United States Court ourt In InNew InoS inew
New oS ew Jersey J erll erllmap
A m map mau who doeflnt read the L Land newspapers newflpapenand newspapersand
and wants to borrow borrowthe 0000 applied at atthe
the companys office yesterday for the theloan theloan
loan Ever Jo er since the failure there have havebeen havebeell havebeemu
been such callers They Thl como mostly m08tl at atnleht atnight atnight
night nightIt
It was learned yesterday that R HJones TV lYJonel TVJones
Jones president pr t dent of the Oriental Bank Bankot BankwaB Bankwas
was ono ot the men from whom Rothschild Rothschildgot
got ot letters of Introduction Rothschild Rothschildfrom Hoth itotheohildbrought chlld chlldbrought
brought President Jones n lot 01 letters letterafrom lettersfrom
from Cincinnati inclnnatlpraising praising him for his conduct conductin
in paying off his debts after a failure They Theywere fheyere Theywere
were ere from such good people that they de deceived de deceived doceived ¬
ceived not only Mr Jones but others othersRothschild otherRothscblldopened othorsRothschIld
Rothschild Rothscblldopened opened nn account for the theFederal theFtCIeral theFederal
Federal Bank with the Oriental Bank BankThe DankThe BankThe
The account proved to be a profitless one onetoitho onetolthe onetotbebanknndIl
toitho totbebanknndIl bank and II wnscloi wnschosed lII cioN < < edout out six sixmonths sixmonthsago months monthsago monthsago
ago for that reason reasonLisnos reaoon1SnOs reasonLI8BOVS
Lisnos PAPERS srspKn srspKnNrwi S1PII1New IfiPIroIWI
New WI Heart Aloud at the ih Offlotl omll to the thePeople the1loptrComJlO1lltnn thelropleContposltors
People 1loptrComJlO1lltnn Com poult or on Strike Strikefiptettl SlrlkCSptrloJJ StrikeSpecial
Special Cable CiJ Deipatsfi to < o THE SON SDKLisnoN SONIIIROX SeaLmsrrnN
LisnoN April pril 21Tho newspapers newspaperswhich nIWSpapPrllhlch newspaperswhich
which hlch suspended publication rather than thangrant thangrant thangrant
grant the demands of their compositors compositorsfor
for higher wages aro still suspended suspendedTheir suspendedTheir UftpendedTheir
Their proprietors employ men to read the thenews thenews thenews
news aloud outside the offices and display displayilluminated dlllpaYIlluminated ciiusplayihluirninated
illuminated bulletins at night nightThe nightfht nightTItus
The strikers are orderly orderl hut the public publicis
is getting impatient impatientECZEMA ImpatientECZEMA impatientECZEMA
LITTLE GIRL GIRLSleepless GIRLSleepless GIRLSleepless
Sleepless Nights for Mother Motherand Motherand Motherand
and Awful Suffering Sufferingof
of Child ChildCURED ChildCURED ChildCURED
Had Given up tipiiiHope All Hope of Ever EverMailing EverMlking EverMaking
Mailing Any An Cure CureMy CUrBIy CureI
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daring that time I could not get getBlfhfi ItIIllb a aaljbti
Blfhfi IIllb sleep u her ailment WM w T Ylry Ylryleere ry rycrere rysevere
severe leereI crereI
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ofssaklganyeure of mtklag any anycurt ear But a I a lutre elsstresort lut lutreeon re reaort
eon I wee persuaded to try a Mt of tb tbCullcura the tbeCIlUcura theCuticurs
Cullcura remedIes and to my y gr great greatdelight at atdelight
dellh delight a mirkod m d change WM w mani manifested Ial Ialfeated eulfasted ¬
fasted from th the h < Irst application I Igare IIne Ige
gare ge the child a bath with Cotleora Cotleora5otp CatlctllaSoap Cuticurs8oap
Soap ailig uat a soft a tt plaice of nnatln cloth clotbThli clothThll clothThis
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lowlDg 101110 < with tba tb Cnticora Ointment Ointmentnd
and nd at the th lame time gato ITII the Keol KeolTent Reaolnot flesoiveut
Tent acoerdlogtodlreetloni Ic rdlog to dlrectonl One On box bosof boEot boxof
of the Olotment and two bottles of the tbeReaolrcat tbaReaoln theReaoIent
Reaolrcat together with the Soap Soapeffected Soapellected Soapeffected
effected a pcrmtneat cure I nbmlt nbmltthU nbmlthl inbttthis
this hl for publication if you dealre hop hoping hopIng hoplag ¬
ing It wtll wtJ1dd add ddtoyoursucees to your anccesi socce and tat uI assist lit litao
10 many thousand of aoffareri 1I orerl la car caring carInr curlag ¬
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chronic form II I to remove the scales lealelid scalesand icaleiand
and crusts and coffee the th skin kln by bywarm bywarm bywarm
warm baths with Catirara Soap Tbe Tbeicalp Th Thcalp Tbscalp
scalp eerwi In elbow Lbo hand aaklei aid aidfeet Idfen aidtest
feet will r4lra reqMfrt4tIdy frte ieaUy a thorough thorongbloaklng UtorouploetlDlla thoroughleaking
loetlDlla leaking IB I order ord to Hoetrate tra the thick thickened thickoDed thicksneti ¬
ened akla ia Ud orute cruwlh with which tbeee tbeeeparts Uteeputa theseparts
parts are often catered Dry care carefully earerully carefully ¬
fully and apply 11 Cstlcora Ointment Ointmentlightly OII1mtIIlht11 OluPestlightly
lightly at fine rpt aid d where advisable adrlaableprea4 adTlableIpread advisablespread
spread it on pieces of IOn cloth and andbind andblad andbled
bind I In place Take the RcMlrent RcMlrentpllli R Rpoventpill Jeat JeatplU
pllli or liquid In medium doe do Do Donot DoDot Donot
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A SCOTTI the WellKnown Opera Artist ArtistApril I IApril
April 4th 1904 1904My 1904My 1904My
My season at Covent Garden begins the first week in May Mayand Mayand I 1 1and I
and I would like very ver much if you would arrange with your yourLondon JourLondon yourLolldon
London house to have a Weber piano sent to my m London hotel hotelOther hotelOther hotelOther
Other pianos are good ood but I much prefer pr fer the Weber because its itsglorious itsglorious itsglorious
glorious tone perfectly sustains the voice Please do not fail me meA meA meA
A SCOTTI SCOTTIThe SCOTflThe Ov vJ 111 111The
The Weber Piano Co Aeolian AeoUanHall Hall 362 2 Fifth Ave ve I
POPE or4vrs coxcEsmnxs coxcEsmnxsHill CUCE SWXS
Hill 111 Permit German rman and PoliSh Con fonltfto fonltftotratlon COflrCgstlons r rcation
cation He there re t to o Have The Their Ir Own Vlcari VlcariSpecial icarlSpecial Icarl Icarlptrlal
Special < Cable Ditpalth la Tn TJU Sex SexROME SCfnOME SVvII0ME
ROME April 21 21ardlnal Cardinal Merry Merr De DeVal Del DelVal DelYal
Val the Papal Secretary of State Statel Is strongly strongljsupporting stronglysupporting tronglysupporting
supporting the claims of the Poles m mAmerica In InAmerica inAmerica
America for the appointment of Bishops Bishopsof
of their own nationality and the Pope has hasdecided hndecided hasdecided
decided to make them concessions not notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstanding
withstanding the opposition of the other otherCardinals otherCardlnala otherCardinals
Cardinals CardinalsThe CardinalsIhuss
The 11 publication of a brief is imminent imminentgranting Immlneutgranting iunnuinatitgranting
granting vicars of their own nationalities nationalitieswith
with episcopal powern to time German nnd nndPolish nndPo andPolish
Polish Po h Catholics in the United States In Incities InolLles inaides
cities where the Germans and Poles form forma
a strong minority but the vicars BO ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed will be under the surveillance of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the diocesan Bishop BishopH lllAhoprlfJUOEnfi BiusimopIOhh46IflS
rlfJUOEnfi H > ir4GUfS PORTRAIT P SKT OX OXCtilnmr O OChtnC OXChinese
Chinese ChtnC Think hlnl It Means ICn That the Kinprrii KinprriiHill tmprrllWitt EtmipreasUlli
Hill Not ot Lire a Year Yeartiperltl aesrSprdat eoar eoariptdal
tiperltl Cable Dispatch to TH IUI ls SUN SUNPEKIN OUHPEKIN SeaPEKIP
PEKIN April prll 21 tTho Tho portrait of the theDowager theDowlI tImeDowager
Dowager DowlI er Empress painted b bi > Miss Kate KateCurl KateCurl KateCarl
Curl an American artist was today de despatched deBpatchl despatcited ¬
spatched to the St HI Louis oulll Erpositlon The Theportraiture Tbeportraiture Theportraiture
portraiture of their rulers is contrary to toChinese toChlnele toChinese
Chinese traditional usage and time fact that thata
a picture pl hlre of the Empress had been painted paintedand paintedand paintedand
and furthermore was to he sent abroad abroadcaused abroadcaused abroadcaused
caused a great sensation among the natives nativeswho nativeswho imativeawho
who consider COliS IdeI It an omen that the Empress Empresswilt Empresswill
wilt 11 not livo a year yearMine yea yeni4ine I IIIlne
Mine Rescued From rollt Italys Ital Avalanche Avalanchetiftclal Anlallehe1ter Asaieneluepectal
tiftclal > 1ter Cttilt C bl lltipatch lo TUE Sox SoxTunis SOXfunlx SOyFuitlY
Tunis Italy April 21 JIt It is now known knownthat knownthllt knownthat
that eightyeight persons were buried by bythe bythe bythe
the avalanche avalanobewJdch avanchewiuichsweptever which swept opt over the miners minershuts mlnelBhute minersbutts
huts in the village of Pragelato on Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight TuesdaynIght
night Nine of them has bc been n taken out outalive outIIIIe outalive
alive and six dead bodies have been bl n re recovered reo reocovered recovered ¬
covered by the rescuing parties which are areworking lireworking areworking
working at the scene of the disaster disasterCARPET disasterCARPET disasterCARPET
FOR 41 TEARS FSTAnilSHFIJ JlI 1883 1883llelbodi 1881Iletbodlodu 1583Ietbod
llelbodi Iletbodlodu plodt > ComprMtedAIr Compressed Air nod nodft s il ilM
M I ork done pr promptly mp lr md Dd when promised promisedRcntttni promisedRenttl promisedRsflttlng
Rcntttni Renttl Newint fie DC t Relaying llelarniTlp Rdn RdnToleplon RelayingTlepioiiei
Tlp Toleplon ne HB MHA TH All C
633 633634 634 63 V4faj v 328 D 7TH I At VE U UCHELSEA Ii IiNEAR IChELSEA
his searched s rched all day for or the wed weddins wedding wedding
ding present she would have havefound hntound havefound
found at once In our new store storeBig storeBig storeSig
Big enough stock to suit every everyone everyone everyone ¬
one Our price pll t meets your yourpurse yourpurse yourpurse
purse See the Crystal Room RoomThe RoomThe Roomflie
The Mauser Mfg Co CoGOLD CoGo CoGOLD
5th Ave at 31st 3 1st St New York YorkCussons YorkCUMOII YorkCiuasons
Cussons May 4 Companys New N 1pr SpecImenBook Specimen SpecimenBook tmn tmn1Iook
Book ahuwlng bu1n their tb l moil useful anil n1 altrno altrnolive 11111110Ie attructtvc
may lila lie h mesa at the borne bUll of I1KOWKK DHOS DHOSMamifaclurlug BIIOS1Ianuraclullu BROSHanisfartiurlug
Mamifaclurlug Ktatlvnem SM and Mi 9 ua Broad llroadNew IItoada Broadway
way a > 0 New York Yor Wlien needing needtD either ot these theseaurclaltlcs Ihe Iheclalll tberapchsittes
aurclaltlcs clalll U will be worth ortll while to Clance Clancetturouhu lance lancetlirouuli lanceIrrou
Irrou tlirouuli h UiU 1iut book and nd If style and prices Iltle are aresuitable arcI aresiultabie
I suitable you OU will merely mIII have h8 to nil out C M MOos tca Ua
a Oos blank a form o giving tI ftlI olaln I I copy c for o r the tbereading theteadlo
teadlo reading ca matter you i rrqulrr ftl and d your order orderwill orderwtii
will 11 be promptly filled and snipped with de deliven deIhcr delivery
liven charges prepaid prepaidTbe prepaidThe
The prices are prtnl prinled 011 each sample pie and andwill anIII andwilt
will II afford a good ood Illustration of wont tlal may maybe maybe maybe
be accomplished by speclallutloa In produc production produclion producthan ¬
lion and ud direct trade with the consumer consumerART IOD8umetAR rensumerART
A wealth of beautiful objects objectaTimnes objectaTimnesAmerican Times TimesAmerican
American Art Galleries GalleriesMADISON GalleriesMADISOY
At Absolute Public Sale SaleThis SaleThis
This Afternoon AfternoonoClock AfternoonAt
At At
230 230 230oClock
oClock oclock oclockContinuing oClockContinuing
Afternoon and on MONDAY and TUES TUESDAY TUESDAY ¬
DAY Afternoon of next week at Zio Ziooclock 250oclock
oclock and on the evening of MONDAY MONDAYnext MONDAYnext
next at 830 oclock oclockOLD oclockOLD
many from the Celebrated CelebratedBRINCKLEY CelebratedBRINCKLEV
Extraordinary specimen by Takemoto TakemotoKocan TakcmotoICoxan
Kocan and Seifu SeifuFine SelfuFine
Fine old Bronzes Enamels Extraordi Extraordinary Extraordinary ¬
nary Objects In Silver Ivory Carvings CarvingsQreek CarvingGreek
Greek and Roman Olasi OlasiOLD GlauOLD
Color Prints PrintsModern PrintsModern
Modern Water Colors Japanese Chinese Chineseand Chinesearid
and European Textiles Antique and Mod Modera Modecu
era Jewelry and ohe valuable object objectBEIOXQIKO objectsBElOOlNG
The sale will be conducted br brTHOMAS byTHOMAS
Shortest line to toOREGON toORECON
March let to April 30th 30thcolonist 30thcolonist
colonist rates to all point pointin I Iin
in these states from fromChicago fromChicago
Chicago 3300 3300St 3300St
St Louis 3000 3000Trains 3000Trains
Trains handsomely handsomelyequipped h andaomeiyequipped
equipped Tourist sleeping sleepingcars
cars a specialty Fast time timeSmooth immeSmooth
Smooth roadbed roadbed28TBROADWAYNEWYORKOITV roadbed2B1
liue5new table that thatcoaxes
The new delicacy C CcoaxeealoWappetite
coaxes coaxeealoWappetite a now appetite appetiteand n nio3cnoc
and makes you cat cat10c23ciCX
11 11conn
10c23ciCX atail grocers grocerscons
cons PRODUCTS co coNlw CONewYort
Nlw NewYort York ant Chicago GhlcagoBLHINESA ChicagoHUHIuiESit
n Pn
Hri Wln WInSlows low < Soothing Syrup for cblldrrn cblldrrnttettunz cbtidyenteetblng
ttettunz moUrns the turns reduces Inflammation InflammationHays inflamnistlanallays
Hays pain cures wind colic dlarrtura Sic s bottl bottlMARRIED boltiMARRIED
CHKSTEnMOOrtE On Wetfctsday April in in1KH
1KH at St Bartholomews Church New York Torkby Yorkby
by the Rev S D WcConoell Jessie Campbell Campbelldaughter CampbelldaUgbler
daughter of Urand MM Cbaile A Moore Mooreto Mooreto
to Colby M Chester ChcalerJr ChcalerJrGOImFRFyHOAOLANDOn Jr JrCOnrRBV
1604 at t lit llartholomtws Church by th thItllht thflIght
flIght Her David H Orecr D D satiated hv hvtbe 1wthe
the Kev Lelgbton Parks D I P Fanny Mat Matlack 31stlack
lack daughter of the th late Joseph C Hoagland Hoaglandto E Eto
to Edwin Drexel Godfrey GodfreyHAIlOCKLAVrKEXCEOn GodfreyHAlLOCKLAWilENClOn
HAIlOCKLAVrKEXCEOn Wednesday April Aprilto
to IMH at the residence of the brides parent parentby parently
by the Rev Joseph Odfll of Scranton P PHelen Pa PaHelen
Helen Davies second daughter of Ur and andMrs andMr
Mrs Waverley West Hallock to Tom Crom Cromwell ¬ I Iwell
well Lawrence of Leicester England EnglandPALMEnKOWLEROn EnInndPALMERFOWLEROn
PALMEnKOWLEROn Wednesday April M Mat 20St
at St James Church by the Rev Dr Cornrllus CornrllusII ii iiH
II Smith assisted by Bishop Ethelbert Tslhot TslhotIsabel TahhotIsabel
Isabel Wilson daughter of Mr and Mrs MrsThomas sirsrhomas
Thomas Jovreil Powell Fowler to Francis Fletcher FletchtrIalmer P PIalmner
ARSOLImAt ARNOIIl At Hound llrook N J 1 Thursday ThursdayApril ThundurApril
April 21 Sophia Elizabeth Arnold ArnoldInterment I IInterment
Interment Ogdensburg N V VBAIDV1V Vnttovivtt
nttovivtt BAIDV1V At Newark V J 1 suddenly siiddenlyon on April P
31 1004 Jillla It Baldwin daughter of lbs Ute UteCbarles leteCbartes
Cbarles Baldwin BaldwinNotice BaldwInoiiee
Notice oiiee of funeral hereafter hereafterCfAHKAt ii iiClAHKi
CfAHKAt New York April pj It IS04 suddenly nt ntheart t It Ithicirt
heart failure Walter lAwrence Clark ton on of ofLester I I1eater
Lester M Clark ClarkPrivate ClarkPrivate
Private services and cremation at New ew York YorkApril VarApril
April 31 1rivale Intennent at Wtymoutli WtymoutliMass C CUsa
COIKS COIrSt At Glen Cove Tuejday April 19 ids 1rlvrllK idseihi
rllK eihi Coins daughter of the tate Joienh sad sadihebus nd ndIhebtt
Ihebtt Coles In her 75th year yearFuneral yearyuiueram
Funeral sen Ices at her late rejldence nn rridiy rridiyApril IrtdYApril
April M rJ at S1R P M Carriages In wsltuu wsltuuon
on arrival ot train leaving Long l Isluind Und Ot OtZf >
Zf 204 > 4 I il ilDAVJS 31flAJSt
DAVJS flAJSt At his residence 51 West est Hlh si siTuesday C Cmulesduty
Tuesday April pilt 1 ill 1904 Michael VAU Beurfn BeurfnDavis IieurrnDavis
Davis son of the late John W Davis and nd Mary MaryIxiubo ttm ttm1ouhse
Ixiubo Vnn sn Beuren BeurenFuneral f fFuneral
Funeral services will be held at StMarks St Marits Churrb Churrb3d
3d av and 10th at Friday April 23 at atDAYOn 4 oVJor oVJorDAY >
DAY DAYOn On Tuesday April It James K Day sen aCeS Ii IiTO
70 years at a his home Saybrook Corn Connfuneral Cornltuuieral
funeral services from Uraco Church Satunlir SatunlirApril A AApril
April U at S P M Saybrook Celia Inter Interment intermeet ¬
meet at Cypress Cemetery CemeteryriTIBR CemeteryFITLISRin
riTIBR FITLISRin In Phtltdelphla suddenly on Wednu Wednuday Wedstday
day April 20 Josephine n widow of Edwin H HFltler Hltier
Fltler FltlerFuneral ltier t tFuneral
Funeral services at her late residence 1900 Walnut Walnutat
at Philadelphia on Saturday at I P M Mprecisely 1 1prectuely
precisely Interment private privateMAGRMKYTR
MAGRMKYTR HAGEMPYEROn On Monday April II Carotin CarotinHagemeyer CarOi CarOiflagemeyer
Hagemeyer beloved widow of the late Clip ClipHagemeyer up V VHagenmeyer
Hagemeyer In the 78th year of her age ageFuneral IS IS1tinerI
Funeral service to bn held on Friday April M Mat 12at
at 1 P M from mm her late residence IM PalMd PalMdav I ISW
av Jersey City Heights N J JHULL JHULLAt
HULL HULLAt At Morrlitown V J on the ta lr lrof trJ trJof
of heart failure Irene Charlotte wife of ll llT Ilu IluF
T F Hull find daughter of the latt Jacob i ani aniHannah < 1 1Hannah
Hannah Odell Duryee In her StIlt yenr yenrFuneral ysuirFuneral
Funeral services at her late residence 18 Mp Mpav > I IIv
av on Saturday the Md lost at J orlwk orlwkCarriages orlfl ii iiCarriages
Carriages will meet train lea leav1n lng New ywlt ywltat YT YTat
at 130 P M via I H I A W R H HKESTOn h hKnNTOn
KESTOn Thursday TburdaiAprtl April Jlafter brief Ilia1 Ilia1William mum mumWIlliam
William J the beloved husband of Mar 1fa1Iteni c cKent
Kent In the 63d year of his age ageRelatives ageRelatives
Relatives and friends of the family alM the lb tnf tnfbsrs I1S I1Shers
hers of William I > Kennedy Post No N 0 4 42 i iB > ii iiit
B membersof rmuemberaoftbe the Cramercy GramrreiLodgeV Lodge1 A n nWandmembersof C Cv
Wandmembersof v sad membersot the Fifth Regiment Hur HurZouaves liurZousves
Zouaves are respectfully Invited to Inthe alt ii iithe
the funeral on Monday April 35 from from hit hitresidence hIsresidence >
residence No o itS Fait 117th at at i ° A ASermon vl vlHetmon
Sermon thence lo St Pauls Church B B117th re re117th
117th at t where a solemn requiem miw will willoRtred ihl ihlalTered
alTered for the repote of his soul soulIIIUIMKTIW eouiuruulmrroN
IIIUIMKTIW Annie Augusta beloved WItS wlfR WItSS
R S Mlddleton and daughter of the late l lIi m mn
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