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IllITS HMT Till JLAXS WHICCOST Which WhichS1 l1WIl
COST 01 S1 577000 7JOO Wll ME 1111 1111Ilillll lL1X lL1XIIiIIII AX AXilpKlm
ilpKlm Mpail While Whll liHe Draw Them nn nnHt QIIII nd ndEeui
Ht Eeui on 11 They 1111 Put the Iie Cost Co M l HI 1 1000000 ICMHIOODr 1000000Ur
Dr Ilrniuians First Ir Intimate EstIIiateS10 EstIIiateS10NWCIly M1OOO M1OOOMM 8IOooMIUttl
MM MIUttl NWCIly < ily OfllelalH OOllhal Are re Not ot Likely Lkel t tStand to tollnd toanit
Stand llnd anit for or Stiili SI1 Siit h an al n ICxpomlllure 1 1xpenetItureStatc 1xpenetItureStatcInrItIe lrndlur Stnt StntIlinrltln StQteetnrl
etnrl Ilinrltln InrItIe Ir Hoard loarl Will Wi Interfere InterfereDr Intlrrere IntlrrereII
Dr II John W V Brannaii president prlden of tli tlihoard the thehiirc1 he hehld
hoard hld of trustees t nRtees of Bellevuo lelo and nllle nlllehospitals aled aledh alliedhopital
hospitals h > plala In a talk boforn bofof the students Btudpntl c cColumbia of of1011lhia ofrolwnbla
Columbia 1011lhia University Unllrlt yesterday Ytstera afternoon nftornooHindu aflrnoon aflrnoonIlllh afternooniiwrli
Hindu Illlh public puhlo the general eneml plan of ho ne neHlcvun IOW IOW1lfnl new newlsrnn >
Hlcvun 1lfnl lsrnn Hospital Jo plalls us designed by th tholrchl tholrchlI the arohl arohliicls archidcKini
iicls I > t McKIm Mend A t White WhiteTlie WhltaThe Vhiltelie
The plaim plall call lal for a building buiding which ox oxIliwivo IX IX1llsho cxihiivo
Iliwivo 1llsho of the lie land will wi costnt cstatlet least leastftO 111000 111000too 10
too J which will wl cover three tlm city blocks nn nnliich and andwhih andshich <
whih liich will wl be the largest larrCt hospital hopltnl in th thworld tho thoorld ho hoorll
world orld not IOt only on 001 In floor foor space fpat but but in th thMiinlxr the thoIIIr theiinlyr
Miinlxr IIIr of patients patlln It will wi accommodate accommodateBrnidos aclmodRte aclmodRteBIldl accommodateBsidi
Brnidos BIldl the SIOO 11000000 the minimum estl est eatiUut
111111 mil Uut of the cost of the building hulling about aboutf
f 11110000 11 I tc1M t more mor will be hI necessary neCfl necesar to acquire acqulrin acuire acuireI
in I t block bJ lk boutidtnl by First Flrt avenue InnUf Twenty TwentyiphHi Twelly TwellyIjhth Twentyihth
iphHi Ijhth and anl Twentyninth llynlnth Mrepts find nd th thnet thl thlR the theMPt
net R Miver to acquire Rcqulr which condemnation condemnatioiroeeedings condemnationNotinl condemnationrocecding
iroeeedings Notinl already alrfld have been btn begun begunThem be begunThorc un unTher
Them Ther will wi of eoureo COU uno be bf other expenses oxpen fo foIIP for forhI forlie
lie hI equipment of the institution institutionHOSPITAI inlttltlol inlttltlolHOSPITAl irtitutionIOSPITAb
HOSPITAl MAT IA fAV Y COST CORt SI5O0 15000000 15000000Several 15000000Several
Several Syeal persons plrAon familiar flmlar with Ith tho build buildIng blid blidIn buildtn
Ing In trade tmrc gave EUYO it as their opinion yestorda yestordahat yeaterdayhat IRtoray IRtorayhat
hat with wih a necessarily ner Iriy rough roulh estimat estimat1V rtimatnls tmat tmatI
1V I the nrchitectH arhiltl of 111000000 1100 tho fins finscoft fnal final finalof
coft 1 of construction conltmctlon would woull amount nt leas leasto boatto
to a fourth fourh more mor With Wih the work of build builddig buid buidilg buildhg
dig ilg hg strung mn out over nine nie years yar as 11 is con conemplated conlplalr coninplated
emplated lplalr at present pr ent the thEo theso o authorise authorisewild luthorltl18 luthorltl18ld
wild ld that It would not ho surprising ttllrlling If th thtiew the theeW thehew <
hew eW Bellovue T1 oue completed cmpletl cost Ct moro thai thaiM000000 111n 111nI thant000rn0
M000000 M000000Of I t000rn0if ruo
Of course ours it is i not at all al certain craln that th thMans the thoIanf theIana
Mans Ianf which have been bn prepented prpfnte and Ind 01 01bH on onhlh onshIcb
shIcb bH > six men have worked for a yea yeawill yenrwill enr enrwi
will wi be accepted In fact if reports cir elrIulntecl drulate ciridated
Iulntecl ulate yesterday yotErdR arc truo tro them tllnl will wi H HK ho hom hoiomo
K iomo > mi m opposition oppo lton in the board of trustee trusteetMlf t truotcetfclf rUltllR rUltllRI
tMlf I lf to accepting any an plans pia II that provide providfor proldofor
for no I o great reat an expenditure expenditurerltr expendiure expendiurefltT
rltr fltT OFFICIALS OffiCIl WILL WIL OPPOSK 01101 T1IK Til PIAXa PIAXaCity IIAXI P1ANaCity
City Ciy officials oOcRls said Id yesterday that the thewere they theyre theywere
were re ce l0 lain tam also that that Comptroller Comptrolleirout Complroltr Complroltrirout Comptrollerirotit
irout would oppose oppo any uly such expenditure expenditureWhen expoudltur expoudituroWhen
When tho Board Brd of Estimate l Ihnate about eighteen elghtctimonths 1IJhtln 1IJhtln10nhf eighteentiionth
months 10nhf ago voted an appropriation npproprltion o of ofH50 of75w0
H50 75000 to pay for the drawing drwll of plan plnl itclii itcliio Itdll it 111
4 o on 01 the thl basis ba lt of an estimate ttlllto of S30000o S30000ohleh 300000 300000which 3000000which
which hleh Dr Brannau Blnnal made an I tho probable probabllist probableof
list I I of rebuilding rtbul llg tho hospital hONpltal Tintestimate Tint FhiatektimatE hllt hlltllmall
estimate llmall it is I wild Ild was wa made on old plan planwhich plnnwhlh pIaiwhich
which did not contemplate cOllcmpllto extending oxtollng th thhospital t tho thus thusovr
hospital ho pi1 ovr new ground groundMembers grounLMembers rould rouldfEmbfrs
Members fEmbfrs of tho Hoard of Kslimate am amother 111 111hr ant anti
other i > > hr city ofllcials onclal were wen npprlsed of the fact fucthat factthat
that a much grater expenditure would woiilcliavo wonldlao wouldhave
have lao to bo b made mldo than was wal propose propo11 < i a allrht at attnt attirst
llrht tnt but so 6 far flr as ni could be ascertains ascertainsyesterday 11rtll 11rtllbtcrdl ascertainedvrbterclay
yesterday btcrdl few of them if any al had looked lookeifor lokld lokldfor lookedfor
for a proposition prupollon involving such Iuch a largo largsum largoUI largesum
sum UI for tho building buildingA buiding buidingor
A year or before bfor the time tmo when Dr urennw urennwnwcln vrennan1114if
nwcln 11d < his estimate Ctlmnte Commissioner Commi loler Keller Kelleof 1c1r 1c1rnf Kelleror
of the the Department Deplrtment of Charities Chlrtl had recom recommended r recoinmended < ol olmnrt
mended mnrt that thlt j000000 S OO boepent bl he FpEnt pcnt in rebuiknnj rebuiknnjt rtbullng rtbullngthe
t the lie hospital h03plal hut his hi plan plllllokl looked only on I towun towuntho toward towardthe
tho erection rttlol of a building huldlnf lmildin on tho old plot plotCniUT plotOnUT plotoflrT
CniUT OnUT CENTRAL riOSIK nn VOt WHICH WICI MAY IA1 B BOK BE BEQ 8Eor
OK Q tSE tSEAs tSEA8
As already IIeul told the tle McKim Mead 3leadVlalte rfd rfdWhlo A AWlilto
Wlilto Whlo plans call cal for fhf lie largest hexpital IItplal in inMifrrorid InIhrl intword
Mifrrorid Ihrl It I will nIPO bo one of the most mostrlaborate mOt meetrlnhorntc
rlaborate In nrchltectiiral nrhl < llml design As Al A n nmatter anuttier
matter Inaler of fact it I is architectural nrhlturl elegance elegancejudging dune dunejd elegancejudging
judging jd lng from opinions opllionO ex expressed yesterday
by In l city officials and ald ix Plon iron rfons interested 1IIIlh In iiicharity Intart incharity
charity tart is the ono feature that Is made the tlicbnsi tholalo thehnai
bnsi lalo of f criticism criticismThe clildlm clildlmTh criticIsmThe
The Th new 11 hospital according to tho plnnxchown plans planl planseliown
chown yesterday yptrcn is i to be built blit of Harvard HarvardItick Harvardlrlck
Itick rick with ih light l ht stone tonl trimming trlmmin In the theientro thnntro theiefltre
ientro ntro will wi be a huge hUla dome 100 10 feet flt in il cir circumference cirruniference Ir Irumllren ¬
cumference umllren and rising lnr 200 zo feet fflt in II the air airIliis air11Lq airI1iLi
Iliis 11Lq dome will wi be bl r surmounted lrmolntl by a don clonnstone don101m doentOhie
stone pillars plar supporting lpportln tho base hn e of a bronze bronzeor hrnzo hrnzor
or r gilded idrd figure figureAround f fipireAround 11 re rerolnd
Around rolnd this dome dOle at symmetrical Hlmnetriea dis distances di diIBnCt distancee ¬
tances IBnCt will 1 be b four fOlr mnallnr HnlIUr clomps clompsft dom domI doineII
ft I was suggested luJgelll by several persons personsyesterday pprAOnq pprAOnq8Ierda mrsons mrsonsvreterdny
yesterday 8Ierda and Dr Brnnnans Bmnnal attention attentionit atlllion atlllionit
it was W said Rid had also al > been > een called mlNt to the thematter Ihomater thematter
matter mater by b a city ct official omenl that the Iht dome domealthough domnllou domesalthough
nllou although h perhajw ptrhapl adding to tho rtrchl rtrchlectural nrchltuml rirehiettiml
ectural < tuml appearance nppeamnc of the thl IniiMing huidin were Wfrp of olno ofn ofndpracticnl
no n ndpracticnl < practical pmetcl use UW and greatly grlnt increased inrloed the theexpiniw thoIXPn the1r
expiniw expiniwr
IXPn IXPnHI HI 1r > r Hrannan Brnnan in his hiI talk yesterday tprda made maden mnrlef8rlal
n 1 partial f8rlal reply repl to that hut criticism crlill m by h wiving wivingthjit sivliigth 111
thjit th it living 11ln quarters would wOlld l he provided for forhe forvhf
vhf he 11 hospital h011111 superintendents flplriltln pll1 and other othmnlUcerB otherIOcln otherflleeri
nlUcerB IOcln in the big hil dointand dOlw ald that thatthe thcsmallii thcsmalliiOIK the sina lalr her hernfle
OIK 01 could bo b used 11 > 1 in had weather a as pro proxrted irocPft
111 xrted open opln air pavilions paions in place plal of the ex exI exth
> I > SIK th pavilions pavilionsnitOUND PI pavil vions vionsmlUSD
nitOUND mlUSD THAT MAT BK COVERED COVEREDThe COE COVEREDflue FD FDh
The h new building huidlnl will wl occupy ncup tho three threelocks thrfo thrfoIotkl threeIvLkA
locks Iotkl now no boundid Illnd1 bv First Firt nveniio Pruo the theKnst thoJa theFnst
Knst Ja l River IhO Twentysixth and a 11 Twenty Twentyninth Iwentv Iwentvititithi ent entnhllh
ninth streets tntf bt h idfts ilro > nn 11 additional additionl otidil ionat two twof twoUIb 0 0Iblhal
UIb < f res Iblhal that wil will ho ncqulrid acqllrd by h changing hangllg the thei the1lhhad t lie lieI
i ullihead lines Ine along nlol tho waterfront wntlfront The Thflhospitals Th ThhOpllulR Theboard
hospitals hOpllulR board of ot trustee tmlt baa 111 obtained obtainediiormlssion obtabtieciiertiiissboui
iiormlssion 111111101 from flOI the Var Department 1pp1rtlnt in inWashington InI inashiiigton
Washington I hilglon to do t his hlllnd nnd t the lie Street HI rltlINln Feet t lean leaniig leaniug
hind consented to assist assistn
111 iig Department Dparlnllt cOlslld ailt ailtn
n filling IIng in tho Ihopnc tltospace space A large Jlrge sum 1m of money moneywill monejfl moneywill
will fl have 11e to be spent it i is il Mid in II driving drivingpi drlng drlngpi drivingpileti
pi pileti piletihue lets letsThe le
The Til building hlidlng will i be H I shaped and from fromli fromtil fromthe
shap
til the li prospectus lrMlwcul that has haI l 111 betii > wn prepared prpf > 1 by bytin1 byIh bythe
the Ih architects nrdlitPts is I not ti < t I in general Inlrl outline outlineunlike 011111 otitlitieunlike
unlike Inlkl the Capitol in il VnKhington Ihillton although nltiioiighof alholJh alholJhof
of courwe Oll there th11 arc II no 10 high Meps fpS lending lendingip
ip to tho entrance entranceThe cuitronect ntmncTh
1110 The Th t iIO main part of the building hulding will wi be 150fi iso isofeet
fi feet > t or moro 10ru back from the river and atl tlio tlioings thoin tuewings
wings ings in ruining fllilg out on each side will wi form forl form a aliirgo ahuge
huge li Igo court courtThe COl courtThe rt rtThf
The Thf hospital hOlplllIR as planned plnnnr will 1 accommodate accommodatei oClommocnto oClommocntoPIEI
fUO i < W put PIEI lent icuts s li Bpllle ileiie at RtrrPlt present necommo necommolutfh IClommo IClommoIut zuccotnmojute
lutfh Iut jute les If lees thun Ihll 1000 10 Of 0 course COIO it it is I not note notX utotxpectetl
> X xpectetl e < Mcd I Unit Ihlt there ther will 1 bo a demand lemlld on onh onh onIii
h Iii lit luplnl hiopitni pltnls full ful till capacity capacty an soon lon as a It Itlil IsMilt Is beHilbit
Milt lil On 01 the he contrary onlrr it is I expected prI1 that thatho Ihnth thatbe
ho h new I institution In inst t i hut ut Ion will 1 meet met the t lt demands demandsniidn clmandsnode
node 1dn by h tho I hn citys dl growing growlnf population populationfor
for rOI a considerable cnL coiLidera ldlmhll Edo time 11 t lxii and nl htwiclrw rOllllllol id it itill Itil itill
ill il it is 1 Mid sa id be h possible with wih wit h the hic prrMtit prrMtitlmih PIHlt preivntha
> lmih 111 ha ta to I 0 vdd 1J1 > four fOlr fon r moro mor pavilion Pai1 allol ions when they theyrp
rp r rc needed neededtLANS 111 ittedcdPLANS
PLANS FOR Ol TIIIIITKKV TIIJI IAVIUONS IAVIUONSIt IA JIOX8 JIOX8I
It I would olir also 110 bo h posulblp polhll according nlol lng to toDr 10Dr tolr
Dr lirannati Brral to lotivi lele off two t Wa pavilions pavilionsol pallolH pallolHo
ol o thii 11 I he thirtppii thlrtln t lii rtecn that t are lr a ic contemplated ontlmllult1 t ed In Inhf Inh init
hf h it present 1ff11 plans and still ft itt ilCOmlodne ilCOmlodnePO ill accommodate accommodateMO
MO putietilH Iatllllr lacier lncJr the circumslanceB circumslanceBh lirUnFlancf
h I lie building IIi ln would wOlle probably cost t be beWPIJ ben beIveen
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Tlio long 10lg arms nrll of tho I h hit building hlldlm running runningHi rimlng rimlngR runti lug lugqt
Hi R and wf Wlt vest > st from frm the eh main mlin port par will wi front frontn frontI
I iii > n Twmityslxtli TWfIIlxth and Twentyninth TWInllllth Twnt ynitt Ii streets wtreotwIlif ttt
Ilif 1 II t ti thirteen t ii b ui cuu pnvilioiiH plvl11 pavil hOOs will lj nil 11 H II be lt I e eroof under underroof
0 roof of hut Ixlwfon hI lJ4t WI Wed tlietn thel will wi ho coven covered COcn1Ioml l lndi
< Ioml 4 ndi odes s to It allow alow n fr free vi circulation frllalon of air ulrnly air11h airI
11h I nly four fOlr of the pavllioni 11lonl will wi tacit fac on onHrM onFirst onhrt
First avenue nIII and aJI they ho will wl Iw 1 UMH uisd for forhn forI forhe
hn I alcoholic oholC iiiwinv ilfn and other patients patientsof
of r ihn Ih KiniH 11 genenil Iencrul type r I Tim others otherswill othereucill
will wil accordingly Ilxonlllh have hlo tlio tlO tim benefit hcwft of the theand theIN
IN and 111 the I ho air nir on the t 1 river riverKNTRANCK rllr rllrt riverF
KNTRANCK t F = TRAXCF TRACR TO UK ii ON 0 KIIIST IIBT AVFXUK AVFXUKTho AVFXUEho EXUF
Tho ho opiiearance aearunee mIJl of tho Ito hospital from from tho thoriver thorher timriver
river nnd rmr 11 from frOu Flr First < t iiviiiuo UIUI iL fiiUe where II r the thermin th thrialru
rmin 1110 entrnnco oltrln will 11 f fi lie > e will wi lw practically practcaly iiractlenhlyitiriut
ilentical jlenlicll itiriut ical except I Ihlt lint owing 0111 to tin t tin slope nlowownnl HII slopetotearti
ownnl the river rllr Hie I hl hue building bnldilg will i be b one onelory ole oleIor onetory
lory Ior tory higher hlhlr on 01 oh that chIc Ildo It I will il bo 0 seven seventorieji eoventeriee rn rnori
torieji teriee ori high hl h on 01 thn tll lie river rhlr side It I wi will bo boffet beits
71 its > feet r t from frm fl east mi t to west Wlt est and 712 71 feet fct from fromnorth fromItrth fromI
north Itrth I tort ii to south southWith MUlh MUlhWih sout ii iiWith
With Wih the th exception ptlon oft uho tho dome over olr tho thoimin tholaln theham
imin laln ham part plr of tlu iii h > building olidlng and the curved curvedroof curvedrtxf
roof t1f over four of thn pavilions pavlonl which tim thonivhltwls tJIOnldlllI timnivhiiteots
nivhltwls nldlllI It I U I said fir han added < l to ae aeiiiint neIlall notIiltflt
iiiint Ilall < the pavilions 111011 and lend urchl urchlieturnl Rrhl RrhlIlllrnl architetuiral
ieturnl Illlrnl support to the donn donl > nil ni the roofs roofsflretUt rfl roofsare
llllr
flretUt flretUtISOOr 11 are tal tLLt tLLtiooi
ISOOr 101 OARnKNS OAnnyxs OARflE TO BK A FE1TIJRK FE1TIJRKTlicy FEUtlR FEUtlRTho FaLTtRaThey
They Tho will 1 he < used u by bvcnal byconvalescent convalescent nt patients patientsMCII pthnts patltntlio
11 lio wi will b be currdlrt carrIed directl to the rf roof In Insncu Incievatora
MCII clva cloato l 1beo e rt roof gardena ae
WIO also wil will 10 lavo temporary lr wards aom aommoatng accom accommodatlnS
modatlnc moatng too lOptents 100patIents patients The ferf Xh arl roof will wi b bBurroundod be besurrounued
Burroundod surundo by a a a four tourtot fourfoot foot parapet parapetIn
In If 1 the front tront as 1 well an In prp the rear of th thhospital the
wel I
hospital ho pl I lucre will 1 be 0 grass grsp plots ra 800 8 lr lrCOO by
COO r ftot feet t It I IK II on them that Iat additIonal addltlonaIwvJUonn adltonl additIonalPaJiOna
IwvJUonn 11JUot may mR be 0 added If necessary necessary4Ite
TJie 4Ite e adminl allnllistraton administration trutlon building nLllr which wil wilcontain will willcontain 1
contain all tho executive exeulhe buidilg ofTlcwt and libra librarlcn IbrlL IbrlLriM librades
riM of tho ho hospital and will wi provide quarters qtiartorfor qlBtor quartersfor
for 100 10 main nurses IUIS In the hI lower bowerportion 10lr portion rion o othe of ofhe oflie
the he dome dOle will 11 lx > reached rachl on both th bide bideby 14d 14dby sidesby
by a alrlN series of broad brod stone steps stepsHjmcloUH Rtl stepsHjtitious
HjmcloUH lpncowl quarters quarel for itt 10 doctors dotor ar arprovided are areprollde areprovided
provided prollde along the corridors eorlrlol betweei betweeithe btwN1 betweetilie
the lie central centrl pavilions plwUolS The To pavilion pavion at th thnortheast the thonorthoft thenortheast
northeast northoft comer cOMor of Twentysixth J street streennd Hlret HlretIld streetand
and First will three lower lowefloors lowerOOl lowerhoots
Ild Fllt avenue wl have hlo Its It I thrr
floors OOl devoted dAOte to the out patient ptllnt depart departmeiit deprt deprtment departmoult
meiit and ad will wi also Include the ho office o othe of ofhe ofthe
the he registrar rgiltrr Tho three thro upper floora f0r wll wllcontain wi wIll wIllcontain
contain quarters quarer fQr 500 W 00 women wom Ulper 1 employees employeesUln emplovts emplovtsVirlIly omploveeiDirectly
Uln VirlIly Directly > ctly east Nstwl will 111 IKI II tlio th lie umbulunc umbuluncentrance Imb antbtitanco antbtitancoentrance nnc <
entrance Intrance through which patients ptients will wi b btaken be betaken
taken at at night to receiving reiving wards aml accommo accommodating nmmo nmmodatng accornmodating
dating datng too 10 on the ho ground grouncifloor und floor foor in tho tie centr centrof centroof ceatreof
of tho long south wing wingMKBIOAL wing1IBDIOA1 wingMEDIOAZ
MKBIOAL 1IBDIOA1 WARDS ARDS TO DE DPSTAinS DPSTAinSThe CPITAIS CPITAISTho tjP5WRSThto
The five o upper floors fool of tho south lulh wing wlnjwill wln wlnwi wingwill
will wi contain contin uppr the ho medical mrlcl wards The ho limit llmlof lmit lmitof limitof
of each ward will wl be twentyfive war patlentf patlentfbut pllontl patlontAbut
but several Beral rooms rool will wi twoltJfe bo 10 connected COllllr wit witeach with withach witheach
each and may ma be filled flft with wih bod bi beds If neces necessary UfH UfHIrj necetisary
sary Irj The service f rlce rooms roml connected COllotr with willevery with1lr withevery
every 1lr ward wnr will wi bo complete and modern modenu moder
u equipment equipmentA tlulpmont
A pavilion pIOI which hloh will 1 be near n r the Ihl presen presenentrance present prpsfntentrnc presententrance
entrance entrnc to 0 the hospital will wi have the lie thn thnlower tm tmlower three threelower
lower floors ON given r1en over to the ambulance ambuloncdepartment nmbtlnca nmbtlncaleparmenl ambulancetlepartment
department leparmenl and carriage e house ho The upper upmpart UPI1r UPI1rpar upperpart
part par will 11 contain cnlaln Cra tho medical amphitheatre amphitheatrewith amphlhtatre amphlhtatrewih
with wih accommodations for 200 2 students studentsThe Itudnta ItudntaThe studentsThe
nlcmmonUol
The west wet part of the long north win winwill wing wingwil wingwill
will wil have quarters quarlerl for 350 a 50 tunIc employee employeeon fmploJs fmploJson
on the three thl lower floors JOOI while whie the upper uppefloors Ipplr IpplrI upperfloors
floors JOOI will wi be devoted revote to th the pathologIcal pathologlcadepartment pathologlcal pathologlcaldepartmlut pathologIcaldepartment
I department departmlut Further frhlr east II > t on the ho groun grounfloor ground groundor groundfloor <
kitchen storerooms am amtho and andtho andtho
floor or will wi lie the he kichen Itoreroms
tho boiler room roomThe roomThe
olr Joom JoomThe
The five hl upper floors of the north wing winjwill wingwl wingwill
will wl contain cntin the thl tooO surgical Rlrglal wards I Tinsurgical Tin rihifusurgical hl hllrglcnl
surgical lrglcnl amphitheatre will 1 In equippe equippewith etuippetlwith qllppf1 qllppf1Ith <
with Ith ten small Imnl operating opmtn rooms rom all al within withheasy wlhln wlhlnes withineasy
easy es access a to the various Rrlull wards ardl and com complete complete cornplate
plete in every detail detailTO deai
TO HAVE JK A WATEK WATEI CCHK cun DKPADTMENT DKPADTMENTTho DtrAlTMEST DtrAlTMESTTho DEIAnTMENTIIio
Tho hydropathic hydropa I hlc department dpnrl lent contninlni contninlnithe eollalnln eollalnlnthp couutniningthe
the thp bathrooms bthrol for patients patent and 1111 employewill employe elplovllj eniployeeswill
will l le ho > o on the ground grund floor loor of the centra centrapavilion tntr central centralpaviUon
pavilion wl It will bo b equipped with wih al almodern al all allmodern
pailon I wi
modern apparatus for the treatment tretmolt o odisease of ofIU ofdbeeaso
disease IU by b apprntuR water and Bud will vdl l II be > o ono of tin tinmost the themott themost
taBo
most mott remarkable new features ftutlret of tin tinhospital the IhohORllllal thehospital
hospital hospitalThere
There Ther will also Ilo he an elaborate elahoJatt system systenof tm tmof
of If balconies halconlt wi on all ni Bides Bide of tho hospital hospitalKaeh ho hospitalEach plnl
Each Jeh of tho ninetytwo niEttwo words wardl will wi have havicither IRt IRteither haveeIther
either nn open opEn or an enclosed balcony balon o osufficient of oflufclent ofsufficient
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sufficient size to accommodate acommoate all al the pa pationts patlentl patients
IIZl
lufclent tionts tlentl in each ech ward at ono time I hil Tw Twenormous Two TwotIOlnOU Twouiotluiotls <
enormous covered anndes anlde arcades facing fachl the Ihl lie rive rivewill rer rerI rivervItl
tIOlnOU will wi accommodate acmmoate CAI all 1 1 tho patients patlcn t in thi thihospital tht the thehiOuihltUl
I hospital at ono time tme if necessary necessary8TATK ne8II ne8II8TA1F necessttrSTAT
8TATK 8TA1F STAT ChARITiES CIAIUTI 11OAHD TO HUVTKST HUVTKSTHunidos lionST lionSTI iu0flsTIkieldos
Hunidos Htldo the I Il approval appral of the board o otnwt of ofInh oftruuittes
I tnwt truuittes > ea of Itellorite loIIJue and afl Allied AIt Hospitals HoMpitaliand Hplall Hplallnnd Hospitalsand
and the Board Bon of JWiinnto Einat and Rlt Apportion Apixirtionmeiit Apllrlon Apllrlonit Apportioniuieiit
meiit It Is not altogether nlogllhlr Improbable Imprbablo tlm tlmth that dmtIh thattie
th tie < plans for thai Ih new hospital h08pltl will 11 hal haviiJ halto
iJ l i the Slat Ql Board lnrrt rt of riifiri riifirities Chad Chadties
to 0 be pald on hy hl Char
ties tits before beforI they thl are ar acceptwlTim accepted IcCptlh acceptedbutt
I Tim h board has hal already alrfad adopted a resolu resolulion rlolu rloluI resoluSin
I lion Sin it was learned yesterday requestlni requestlnitho rque tnl
the In AttornovCeneral AtornHIrl to bring hrln an actIon actloito aClon
to Impel the the Bellevue BIlovue Hospital HOpltl1 trustee trusteeto trusteesto rU
to submit for approval to the State boor boorthe hoard lKIdho hoardthe
the ho plans pllnl for aprloal all al contemplated rontlmplal > building buildingor bulrlgl bulrlglor
or alterations IltfnLtloml and this thllicton action according t tItobert 10 10lther toRobert
Robert W V Hebbard secretary lrelary < of the Stallhoard State Statehuanl Statehearth
hoard lther will wi probably > soon 8U l 11 lie > e brought broughtThe brughl brughlThe broughtFho
have contended cotitendethat contendedthat <
The Bellevun 8leun trustees JILI clleldell clleldellthat
that the city charter charlr and the statutes statute n nquired r rquir ia iaquired
quired them thln1 to submit Rubml plans pllnR for building buildingunder huldljl huldljlInder buildlngtinder
under Inder quir their jurisdiction to the Board Bard o oClmritiestuerely of ofChRrllfstlll ofCharitiettiiitreIY
Clmritiestuerely Jurillto for advice ndlc which the thecouid they tbeyculd theycould
could culd ChRrllfstlll follow folow or not and notforanprovnl notforanprovnlCHAR1TIK8 not for alroDI alroDICHAnTIM auprovul auprovuldHAnrrIr8
CHAR1TIK8 CHAnTIM WORKERS DISAPPROVE DSAPPROVE THE TiE PLAN PLANSeveral PLAN8eyerl i1ANSeveral
Several 8eyerl men interested Intonlr In i charitable charitabliwork charltblo charltblorork charitablework
work in the city although enthusiastic enthuniaHtlcover rnthuHiatlo rnthuHiatloor
over the hue idea of a new Bellevue lpA expresac expresacboth expressed expressedboth
thlcla
both surprise and regret rfgrt that such a large largsum lrge largePunt <
sum 111 was urrle being hellg talked talt of for the institution institutionThey instlutlon instlutlonThey institutionThey
They argued that there Iher are ar very er man manother ml maiy maiyothr
i other Institutions InlWutons Irgll for the I loor > > oor r which the thecity ho hocity hecity
city needs almost almot as ni b badly dly as 81 it daM a new newconsumptives ne neBeltwul newllaitevtie
llaitevtie nes fol for instance lltan fsnlarums tanitaduins for forj
j consumptives Beltwul cnlumptlv a new hospital hor1ltnl on the V WMt WMti WistSide PH PHSide
i Side Sldl help for fol the 1 hospitals hOplnls under the juris jurisdiction Jul Juldiction juiriudiction
diction of the Department of Charities CharitKWmond Gharl Charitieshospitals
hospitals In QUPI Quieen the brough borough or Rich Richmond Richmood
mond IIplnl and in Coney Cant 1 1firovenlpnt8 IHlon Island Al All tlwle thse Im Impremllts improverneuita
proverneuita and Id moro 101 they argued argP coul coulmade culd culdhe could couldhe <
firovenlpnt8 he made at a a cost CI of 01 probably prbably 3000000 3000000ami 3000000arid 00
and they Iho nt considered rnsiderd it unjust they the said unidthat saidthat ald aldI
that any money mone beyond lyold what was wal reason reasonably rllon rllonnh reasonably
I ably nh that necessary nCOlaf neces sary without wltholt regard n nrd to ornate ornatinrchttocturo orate oratearhlotur ornatearchItecture
archItecture should Ihould ho spent spentOno sieuitOne pNltOnn
arhlotur Ono of these thee men pointed ph o to the fact thn thnif that thntIf thatit
if Belloviio i its built hlit according nlconln to the preson presonplans preont preontplan present presentplans
plans Beluvuo with any an material mlprnl Increase Incln in tn tncost the thaCOt thecost <
cost over Ofr the Ihp architects arhllIs rough rou h estimate estimatethe estimatelie lmatl lmatlIhe
COt the lie cost per l bed l will be more mor than 3000 3000The 3000The O
The cot co lOSt cost t pr per ut H > r be 01 beil < l In 1 Mount Sinai Sina Hospital Hospitalnnd HOlplal HOlplalRnd Hospitaland
and also in St St Lukes Ilkl I is said to be con considerably conIdlrblv consicierahly
siderably Idlrblv less le s than S5o 5000 Dr Rrannai Rrannaimaintaitifl Branuiantnaintaiiui lllan lllanlalntal
maintaitifl lalntal l however howetr that tlnt the new Bellevui Bellevuiwill Btleua Btleuawi BellevuucviIl
will be built at the cost 1001 of < 40 0 cents fltR a cubicfoot cubic cublofot cubicfoot
foot wi fot b which hlch 111t U at as al cheap dlap as al any modern moer ho hopital hoI hos hosiuitai
pital hft beon built hlit The cost eOlt per bed it ittho in intho inthe
I tho State tato Inq Insane Inlano Hospitals Ho pial is I about abolt 1000 1000THF tO tO1nF 1000TflE
THF 1nF ARChITECTS AiClTEC8 AND A U TIIKIR IEI WOKK WOKKMcKlin OIU OIUI fl flMoKitn
McKlin Mead oad k 4 White are alo tho architects architoctiwho achicotl achicotlwho architectswho
I who foKin built the ornate ortlto Knickerbocker Knlckorhocor Trust TruuBuilding TrutBllding TrustBuilding
Building buit They also planned planne Dr Park Parlchurntn ParlI Parklintsts
hurntn Bllding now no na church and are ar generally generallyregnrdod glnerll generallyregarded
I regarded huOt > l a as architects arhlfts of tho finest flE < t and antlmost ant antj and011st
rgnr most t oxpenslve buildings Imldlngs They am 8 the tlioorcliitocts theRhto thearchuitecui
j orcliitocts Rhto fo oxpnsh who made the tht plans pIa for remodel remodelling rmodel rmodelI remodelhing ¬
I ling tho White House HOUI concerning concrning theex theexppnse the ex exI oxpense
I ppnse lng of which work orll there ther was much muchcriticism muchlriidsm muchcritIcIsm
I criticism criticismRECKIlEH lriidsm lriidsmI critIcIsmIIEEhIIfl jnl
j I RECKIlEH nFCUEI IX JACKSOX CIT SfJTMaurice SUiT31itrIeC CITI CITIalrlr
Maurice Ialrlr Dillon Dion Appolntrri tppoituedUhishfleS pplneldDlslnl Buslnrsi Inter Interrctii In Intereata pr prItl
rctii Itl ftlOOOOOO ftlOOOOOOWiiiTPPLAIKS flonODOn flonODOni 1 000000 000000IIITE
i WiiiTPPLAIKS WITPPrAJ IIITE Phum 8X K Y April Alrl 22 12Thl 72The The action actionof acion acionof actionof
of Mary an P Inokson lneklon as al executrix liutrlx of the will willof wi wiof willEbenear
of Ebenowir E nmr 1 Jackson Jacklon against aan t William WilliamR Wiim WiimI llhIam llhIamH
I R Jackson and Mary fny F Hanklnson Hanklnsonexecutrix Hankilon Rs RsCxcutrlx asexecutrix
executrix Cxcutrlx JIeS1 for the hl lie liquidation lquidaton of tho hI he big bigbusiness bigbull bigbusiuice
business bull of William wmiam II I Jackson Jackpon i Co of ofManhattan ofRlhat ofManhattan
Manhattan an resulted rultt1 today in Supreme Fuprm FuprmCOlrt SupremeCotlrt SupremoCourt
Court Rlhat Justice Keogh Kegh nt nt White Plains PItn ap appointing nppolnl opulriting ¬
pointing COlrt polnl In Tltl Mnurlce 11rlC Dillon Dlon of Port Por Chester Chesterns CheRtrr CheRtrrI
ns receiver of the th assets nAts of tho firm frm Mr MrDillon drDIllon Ir IrDlon
I Dillon Dlon Ihr In order orer to qualify qualf must mllt file flo a bond bondUnder bnd bndfor bondfor
for W000 W000Under
Under Urder sO tho thoorderof order of Justice Julc Keogh William WilliamII Wilam WilamU ihiiam ihiiamH
II Jackson Jnksl who is II 70 0 years cat eare of age agl is 1 > re removed r rmoed menuovel ¬
moved ns 1 liquidating IlquldRlng partner of the com companv cm cmpanj coinpany
panv and Ild hn h Is i directed dlrtr per to turn tur over Oer to toreceiver torCcllr toreceiver
receiver Dillon nil 0 tho assets R t8 of the firmand firm fnl fnlRnd finnand
and rCcllr all books Dion papers papfl nm ami evidences OldenC of ofaccount ofR11 ofaccount
account al t Involved In II this I hil his ease easeHe r caseHe
R11 He i 18 also all Inole enjoined enolnl and restrained ttalned from fromInterfering frm frmIntrlrlnr frominterfering
Interfering In any ni manner matl r with wih the th receiver receiverin rehr rehrIn
in Intrlrlnr the discharge of his hi duties dltll It I Is II said saidthat Pil Pilthat saidhunt
that the thl buslncsox bRlnl Interests IntlrPtR of the company companynggregaUi compln complnnjlgu companynggregatAi
That Tbowas Th ThCIUl Thatcause
pretty close to 1000000
nggregaUi ItooO
cause njlgu for th the Illt apJnlntm appointment cosc nt of 1 a lhlr lhlrwn receiver receiverwas
CIUl wn was the failure of JtKlwzpr 1 1Ills Ebontzer e JRkR Jackson nnd nndhiM and andhis
Ills brother flll1 William Wiim to 0 agree agn In tho th liquida liquidation lquhln lquhlnlion hlc1uklntion ¬
tion of tho firms tn business businessThe blllneRs blllneRsnl businessflit
The nl neatlirr neatlirrnir 1eaUr 1eaUrn 1 ° eather eatherFlu
nir n Flu cool cl tftll 111 wu u roraplcUlv lmplrUlr broken yrnlcrdty yrnlcrdtyIn rrlrrdaIn cstcrdsyIn
In all U the Ib 8l flal Stain lf IV I was A from frm 0 110 to 18 dlrt thirsts < tfjrt w warmnur warmnureieept nntr nntrncrpt
ncrpt In A l rw scsltcrrl pl Illr plsces r Summer Sllunrr tem ttmjKraturct ImprAtl tempsrattlre
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Dnkotn nf molar IrI nnrUje minrthctutwnrd Hr lart nJ over M1nnfs iItnnesc1a iItnnesc1awtUi lnnI lnnIwlb < it itwtlU
wtlU 1kotn ht bleb h wind lnW blowlni In the Ih upper uller XIIsstMlrpI XIIsstMlrpIValley m tiLsutMippiVslley Islpl Islplle
wlb Valley and nd the ttu upper lAke rrflon rlon Cloudy Clnud and andr I andratar nd ndrAlnr
le covrroJ nil the states ImderUig ImderUigthe
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Ih the Ul JI tjlistslpp < l LIJ1 > lp > il HlVf 1rr r tram rom Louisiana to Minnesota Minnesotaanil Mlaaesetand lnoula lnoulaan1
and there wa S Ilichl IrbL snow no In South Sfub Dakota lakolA Pram Pramthe rm rmIbe rein reinhip
the Ohio hto V Vley aIlt II < y and Mlclilitan le < ol rait over the Middle MiddleAtlantic ldtle ldtleAlanL IlthhIoAtlant1cAnd
Atlantic Atlant1cAnd and Nrvr eW England States and In the Iloeky IloekyMountain 10ck 10ckMuuolalu Itock Itockliuntattt
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In this ll15 CitY Il the IC dar < l y w was fair flranol and warmer winds windsfrr windsfreti
frr Irh h northPrtr norherl avrrafe humidity humldll 41 p per i cent centbsromeler eentbirunlnlrrCrrecird tnL tnLbrmelr
bsromeler brmelr birunlnlrrCrrecird corrected to I read rd rrndtoseahevel In tOlea sea level at S t tIa st A M Myutt si04f
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the otlcl omea olilcial l therraoraeter Ihrrmoreler Is I shown IhOI In I the anneied anneiedIZ anued anuedtable annezedtahle
table tableo tahle mel 1 1 ia4 I iDea iDeaLI
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tomorrow freih e taa rant t to ooulheast luLhral wind windFor windsFor IDd IDdor
lomoro For or western New Pw York lain tam and warmer amlt tod todar todarnln tndayrain y yrain
rain tomorrow Lmorrw freih fldl ea cMt al t lo 8ulbr1 southeast outbea t vlnrij vlnrijfor thtdsFor lnh lnhtor
for New ew W Bnrland rl nd fair loday lota and Inmorrow Inmorrowwarmer lomorrO1 lomorrO1warme tomorrewwarmer
warmer warme In the Interior Ilrrr todty loda Irua Iru MtiUi lu winds windson wtad3ontb4COaI
on 0 ontb4COaI tt coaat Ct
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HIS HS MEMORY MBMORYFAILS FAILS IN DEBATE DEBATH7VSroV DEBATEII1XSTO I I11STO
H7VSroV 11STO ClIlllCIIlLL CIlllCIIL VXAHLK tXet MrI BL1 T TilXJSII TO TOJSII To1ixJsI
ilXJSII JSII ills 1Ir SPKKlU SPKKlUMrmb spIJuMeuuibers J JI JIJrbr
Mrmb Meuuibers Jrbr rii or l Parliament lrlamnt Show low Sympathy Symrtathliy Sympathyipy mpth mpthh
liy h ipplnusc t PIIIRIstShnIRr piulnuseShinhlar Similar Misfortune 1rortlnf One OneNiirfrrnl OnceulfrNI Inca IncaSIIITCrNI
Niirfrrnl ulfrNI by b ills Ils Tiitlicr J FmutlierWal Rlhern Wn llaklni llaklniPlea Makina
a Plea for or Labor Lbor Analrut Alalnl Capital CapitalSpecial Capaloulol CapItalSpcaI
Special cable Derpnlcb Drllll lo T Tne n Sex SexLONDON StalL SemiLOSDON
LONDON L WON April Apri 22 22Mr Mr lr Winston mlton histon Spencer SpencoChurchill SponCr SponCrChurchi SpencerChurchill
Churchill Churchi was speaking in tlio IO House lOU o oCommons of ofConunona I ICommons
Commons thin Ihll afternoon aferon whenhe when he lost l0t tin tinthread thothread thethread
thread of Ills hil argument Ho 10 Nit Lt dowiabruptly down downnbrpl downabruptly
abruptly nbrpl His 1H lapse lap so of memory memor evoked evokocloud eoko evokedloud
loud cheers chtr of sympathy from frm the benches benchesMr onche benchesMr
Mr Churchill Churchi was Wi as speaking speakig on behalf bolmlof bohal behalfof
of a private Irhal bill bi dealing dERlig with wih trades tradts union unionand wllonBaud unionsand
and and aiming Ilml1g to reverse relro the famous flmons judicial judloiadecision judicialdecision
decision do lon In II the TafT al Vain aie case el which de deolared declared dodared
dared that It was I < legal to attach atah the funds fumliof fudl fudlot fundsof
of a trade trdI union uion in i the event event of damage dainagiaccruing damagoacnlng damageaccruing
accruing acnlng to an employer through throlgh picketing plcketlnior plckotng plckotngor
or other olhorobatrcton obstruction by b strikers strikersMr Btrker strikersMr
Mr Ohurchlll Churchl made a strong ttron argument argumenns argumonta argumentfusachampion
ns fusachampion a champion of labor against capital capitl Hi Hiprofessed Ho Hoprfer Hoprofessed
professed prfer to Iw shocked Rhoked by tho capitalistic capitalisticinfluence caplalsto caplalstoInfUpnlf capitalistloInfluence
influence InfUpnlf In Parliament Inrllment nnd the Ihl power pOYIr 01 01tho of oftho ofrue
tho directors dlrftorR of railway rlwa interests Inllrelts while whilitho whlo whlotho whiletim
tho voice ole of labor u W as represented relrlcnte in Pnrlia Pnrliament Parll Parhiamint
mint was of ludicrll ludicrous inadequacy InadNuay It I wn wnindeed was wasindeed D <
indeed Inde the ho speech of a n Radical RRdlCallnor labor inb r advo advocatn adoca advocate
catn ca IA rather ratherthuanof than of an avowed a Iowe Conservative ConservativeHo Clerative ClerativeHo
Ho said Itlies I IO with wih the Government Govornmonlto
to I satisfy the bo worklngmwi that there ie ieno II is isno
no justification juUfcaton and nd d then he stopped stoppecwith Rtppe stoppedwith
with wih dramatic dramato suddenness Iddenne8 His word wordwould wors worswould wordswould
would not 101 come He Ib stood Itoo blushing blulhlng am amconfused ad adconflle and andconfused
confused confusedThen conflle confusedThen
Then he smiled smie at his own predicament predicamentnnd prloment prlomentRnd
and fumbled fumhle in his bl pockets pokets for his notes notesbut notl noteshut
hut did il not find fnd them Uo 10 picked up some sonntorn sometorn sometorn
torn scraps BrpR from the he floor for but bu could culd not notget nott notget
get t his hl CUB OU He tried trie again Illn saying 1 lng II IIlies I Itlies
lies 10s with the Government Uovemrent and then therstopped thenslopped thenstopped
stopped stoppedAmid sloppedAmid stoppedAmid
Amid warm cheers chel of sympathy Ijpthy ho gao gavup gaoup gaveup
up and sat lat murmuring thanks to the be House Housefor 1010 1010for Ilousofor
for its 111 kindneAs klndm Ha sat 8t for a few minutet minutetpondering mlnlt mlnltpomlprng nilnuteshOfllering
pondering pomlprng with wih his head hed between btwoa his h hands handiand handsand
and then rose ros and nd walked out for a while whileAfter whlo whloAfer whileAfter
After Afer he returned rtumed he was WW greeted grolo with wih sym sympathetic BjmpathlUo symnpathetic
pathetic pathlUo expressions expressionsThu lxprelon lxprelonTho expreasionhim
Thu him incident hHldent seemed Hmld seemed to 0 call cll forth th thforgiveness the theforglvlnet hue hueforgiveness <
forgiveness forglvlnet of his offended oleode Unionist Uninit col colleague col10agltB colleaguits
league 10agltB a who the other day dn refused t tlisten to to11ton tolisten <
listen 11ton to t Mr ChurohlUa Churhis speech speechIlia Hph HphHis speechhut
His lapse lap of memory recalls real the fact fat thai thaia thl thata
a 1 similar Imlar accident 1tidflt once onc happened hnpTne to hitfather hit hisfather lilafather
father Lord Lrd Randolph Churchill Churchi us al it ha hahappened hnI hiss hisshuppttied
I happened hnpfne to other prominent promient parliament pniliamentarians parlamen parlamentmianl parliamenttarians
tmianl tarians It was a apparently upparmty nothing more mortthan morethRI morethan
than thRI u temporary lemporry loss of memory memoryThe memoryThe flienioryThe
The debate itself Ilelf wo was remarkable nmarkable for the thetemperate th thlerllralJ thetenilmirata
temperate lerllralJ tone ton of the apjxial alJal in hrhallof hrhall hthnl hithalfof
of tho trades trl ls unions uI onl Prime Minister Bal Halfours Balfour Balfours
fours four sympathetic bymJ thetc attitude utttud and tin tinstrength thttrngth themstrength
strength ttrngth of tho labor vote ote in tho ho subse subsequent HUbO HUbOquont subsoqUent ¬
quent quont division diviion which was WW 228 for the tb bill bl to tcIfla
Ifla 11 against alldust it It The I lie Government OOlrlnut neither nnltheioppowed nflher nflheroppd neitheropposed
opposed oppd nor 10r muorsupported supported lupporte the measure mll leaving leavingitt leavig leavigIl leavingits
itt Il followers folocr to vote ote as Wthoy they pleased pleasedThe plel pleasedlhie r
The ha bill bil was wa on its IE second o011 reading rfalni and and II IIis It Itis Itis
is not likely Ikly to make waa any an further progress progressduring progreduring progressdurimig
during the present session sAion Tho result resulthardly reult reultbardl resulthardly
hardly bardl amounts aounll to moro than a declara declaration dela declaration ¬
tion that lat a change in the existing law i inecessary li lintSluy is isnecessary
necessary and such a change may ma be h theultimate the thoulimate theultimate
ultimate ulimate outcome outcomeVenrurla OUICOle OUICOleenfula outcomeVenezuela
Venezuela enfula and tolomliU CCllorhla Agree Agreefptclal Agreepclai srll srllplal
fptclal caUt Ca Cab Despatch Dtpalc to fUR fii Scv ScvPUERTO Srs SrsPUETO Sc ScPuunvo
PUERTO PUETO OiUKixo CUJL AprU 23 23Gait Gen Gn lieyes lieyesafter ReYRrtr Bayesafter
after rtr eights da days > 8 stay It8 in Venezuela YencTut1 era erabarked lm lmI erabarked
I barked brke today toa for Colombia Colombia having ar arranged arranged ¬
I ranged rang with wih President Illdent Castro CMt ro for a I settles Bettlement settlesI tl tli
i I ment of tho dlniculties difcultes between btn tho two tworepublics tworJuLI tworoJUbhies
republics rJuLI Venezuela oneTutlo will wi now appoint appointconsuls appointI appointconsuls
I consuls Cltuls at Colombian cities cltle and will wi later laterappoint laterI laterappoint
I appoint aJllolnt a I diplomatic diplomatc envoy 10 The hl latter latterwill lat latterI r rI
I will wl l be > e charged lharge 1 with Ith the sett atlmonl settlenicint lenient of all alldifferences 11 alldifferences
differences fllenmlf Gen Reyes RVe received rcefJd ovations ovationsat
I I I at Caracas Clracal Valencia Ylencl and nd Puerto Cabello CabelloAmericans Cabellotnierlcani abla ablaI
i Americans mrlcnt Mert Ieft JUne Kdwarcl KdwarclSfietal tdwardSpfctal Ednardt
t Sfietal Cable Dripaicli nrpacl to THE Ti Sex SexLONDON ScsI SamiLOSDON
I LONDON LXDS April Apri 221helr 22 1 1 heIr Majesties fajeRlifI court courtat our ourat courtat
at Buckingham Palace Palco this evening Ienlg was at attended attendr attended ¬
tended tendr by Henry Henr White Whil Secretary 8rttarr of hut thoAmerican th thI hutkmarican
American Embassy tml > ll Miss White Whie Craic CraicWadsworth Cral CralWnd mu muwadsworth
I Wadsworth Wnd worth third secretary aPrllar of the tll Em EtnImssy EmIII EmI
III I Imssy and Major John Heacom J com tho thm mill military ml milliary ¬
I tary ottachi atac l The following folowlll Americans Americanswere Amerleanl Americaniswere
were also als invited 1Id Mr r and III Mrs fr 0 I A ASpoirnrd AI ASpofrard
I I Spoirnrd HpfaN Moore 110rl Mrs fr H I C Knappand Knapp and Miss fJ Faith FaithMoore Faith110rl FaithI
I
Klialiled nlattd Nteam Sleaiiwhlp llp Picked ltlkll fi fiSpfdiil tpSpectaI 11 110rlal
Spfdiil 0rlal Catitt Cobl ntipalch nto rl lo TillS mc SUN SUNLONDON SUNIosvnx SumiLominnNApril
LONDON LominnNApril April Apri 2JA despatch dc pllh to Lloyds Lloydsfrom Lloydsfrom Iod Iodfrom
from Klnsalo KIIlo Irelandtoday reported rporte that thatthe thatthe lustthe
the AllanState Alan8tale Lino steamship seamship Ontarinn Ontarinnbound Ontarin Ontarlonbound
bound 01111 from Portland Mo April JprI3 3 for Gins Glasgow Gll Gllgow Ginsgow ¬
gow had passed palF eastward ofwRnl11 In tow of tho t hI lie Ger German Isr Isrman er erman ¬
man steamship stelhlp ExceUiorwhich Excel lorwhlch sailed lied from fromNew fromow fromNew
New ow York on April Apri H I for Flushing 11611ng The TheOntnriun TheOntarian TheOntarian
Ontarian had lost her propeller propellerQurnwrrowv proler prolerQUrRNstOWN propellerQvEaNsTow
Qurnwrrowv QUrRNstOWN April Apri W 2Tho The Th Ontarian Ontarianho Onlarianhl Ontarianhas
ho hl has arrived alre here hlre safely safelyPlan flrI flrIIlan safetyman
Plan Ilan to Appease tlir CI tie Poles PnlrnSpecial Iolf IolfI PolestpeC7I
I Special Cattle Cahe Heipatch nupol to THE Tnr Srw SrwHEBLIN Sr SrI SrmiS
I S BERLIN April Apri 22 22The 2Th Tho Prussian Diet Diettoday Dietodl Diettoday
today odl sanctioned Mnetlonp1 an appropriation Ippropriaton of
3350000 0 marks markl 1273300 IZ733 for the erec erection orl orectlon ¬
I tlon of a n palace palae for tho Emperor at Poson PosonMri Posn PosnI Posnr PosenMrs
I
Mrs r Frnwlek DIM Dlt at Funohal Funohaltiptctal EnnehalSpecIal IIhal IIhalprCI
SpecIal prCI ciWf Cdb lltivtteh lp lcl to Tan Tu fl SUN SUNIXJNDON SrI ScmI4omico
J IXJNDON lIN DS April Apri 22 2 22Mrs Mrs lrl Kenwick Kenwickdaughter Fenwickdaughter nwlck nwlckrlaughter
daughter of the late Sidney Everett Etrott of ofBoston ofHoslon ofJioston
Boston dledatFunohal dll at l mohal Madeira Maelrl on April prl
10 J I
11AMILTOX IAUnTO JSTITLTJS 1SlITTl MULL MULLCompany DRILLCompany I
I Company COIpn H I the Nmallnt HRlft Cacloti adt Makrt Makrtthe Iakf iake iakethe
the lilt lt of the th Evening KvenlneTho EveningIiuo nlne nlneThe
The littlest Itlc I ours 0111 Company lompar D led le by byCapt h hI
I Capt Call Hudolph Ildollh Xinsser 7lnllr and Lieut Ieul Samuel SamuelCornell SamuelCornell
Cornell made tho hit of tho hn evening at thotwelfthonnual tho thoi timetwiIfthamniual
Corel
i I twelfthonnual tWllflllullal reception < pIlon drill dri of the Hamil Hamilton 1ami Hamnlhton ¬
ton Institute IIHtlute cadets cndetl ut the Twentysecond TwentysecondRegiment Telteold TelteoldIwgimntAnnorIMtllghl Fweiitysecomiciltcgiment
Regiment IwgimntAnnorIMtllghl Armory Uvitnight Tho battalion battalionwas batalon batalonwas battalionwas
was reviewed rlewcd by Charles ChnrltMlnkn ChiarlesMcnken Menken Hamilton Hamiton
03 and Princeton Prlncfton 87 the lie oldest oldlr living livinggraduate lln llnrauatt livinggraduate
graduate and u I lot of ml n > 1 and blue feathers featherswere flathpI featherswere
were rauatt shed in the terrific trifo sabro tbr combat cmbat the theBalaclava thoURlaclaR theBnlnclava
Wlr Balaclava Iho meleo l l The ht following folowing medals medalswere monll monllworl mmiedalswere
prtwnted prtwntedink
were worl pnlntl pnlntloll
ink mnlal 1181 for forlhl the most Rlt eniciont enldllt coin coinmissioned cor coinmissIoned
missioned ml oll llnfd officer onlcr lo Capl 0 apt lt Sondlne Sondl Coat CoiuSilVLr COI Coatiiitdah
IIIWI SilVLr r nifdnl to best be t drilled drle sergeant Ireo4nt to toKeria toterll toSerat
Keria Arrhlluild Shaw Shawlold Shawbitt
terll lold 01 Arrllhud m mldnl < ilal prf pIAnl1 prepanted nt l by h1 the h officers omrf of ofbattalion ofholnlol ofbatimihioti
battalion IBtiafW U W > Cadet C411t Major nJor Porter PorterSilver Porlerlvr horterSliver
holnlol Silver tmxtal 1talln IP03I lo lM ht t drilled drlt private Ilrlvlt Com Company COI em emonly ¬
pany only lvr C to Lndet lldt John Hynn Hynnlull Hnnnol1 Itanmiii
pal lull niptlnl Ildnl I to II ti bout b < I drilled drll < private JrI1t Com Company ComPBI Coatpail
pany PBI pail U to Cndct nd ndet t Franklin frunkln JOIHO JOI JOIOn JonisOne JOIHOOne
One On nt the th l 181 Last t lRal 1A al Paper P fl Signed liy liyMill I byWilliam
Mill William lim tarn t1 I Whitney WhitneyHAiiAiioaA Whlnj ThitneySAitA0uA
HAiiAiioaA S1A1tO April 01rl 22 ZPrhahl flProliably Probably ono of oftho ofthe ofthem
the lost It legal papers papel signed Ilmd by President PresidentWilliam Prident PridentWIIm PresidentWihiliun
William WIIm C Whitney Whltnt of the tIe Saratoga Sraloga Rae Racing Re ReIlg Raeiiig ¬
ing Ilg Association Aolton who died dle on Feb 3 was wasproduced wanrroduc
produced rroduc today to as 11 documentary documentnr proof proofbeforo proofIwfor proofbefore
before pruo Iwfor a commission cmmllsion appointed appolntr by h the thoSupremo theSupreme ho hoSupref
Supreme Supref Court Cour In relation to condemning condemningtho
tho Uarhydt lrhydt road rad The highway runs runsthrougn nll nllthrlJ1 ninathrougn
througn 1luldo Viiddo tho country runtr place pl of ofSpencer oftfnr ofSpencer
Spencer thrlJ1 Truck Trlk thn Ih liii petitioner IJlllonr who ho on Ian lanhS
tfnr 18 loot 101 secured the thl written wrlln consents Cnlcnts of ofMr ofIr ofMr
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Mr Ir Whitney August AIKust Belmont lWil0lt and tho thoSaratoga thoSmtol lieSaratoga
Saratoga Racing Association to the clos closing doe doelug ¬
nacn Aollon te co
Smtol
lug of the I he road rd which lie 11 lies in close cco vicinity vicinityto kllt klltto
to Inl their property prpery hue hearing hearln will wl be beresumed i Liereiwned
resumed rwr on May Mr 8
THE II UCOItMACKS UiCOnlfcWi SETTLE SETTIESUlr SETTIESUlrA5rce SUIT SUITsrce SUITAgree
Agree srce to Live Apart Aprt ApartMrs Mr fr MoCormnck MoCormnckto lcrmack lcrmackto
to Have lae the tie Two Children Childrent tlhlrrn tlhlrrnJTE ChIldrenVbIIITE
t WHITE JTE PIJUHS Irl 8 N Y April Aprl 22Slmul 22Slmultnneously 228ImultloeoBly 22SlmUltaneously
tnneously with the Issue of a summons smmonl and andcomplaint andcmplint andcomplaInt
complaint cmplint In nn In action ncton for a separation separationhrought Isparaton Isparatonhrught separationbrought
brought hrught by Mrs MIlar Mary Mom R R McConnack Moonnack against againstJames pgalnlt pgalnltJame againstJanice
James Jame II McCormack lcormack of 100 0 Fifth Ffh avenue avenueManhattan aenuoMalhatan avenueManhattan
Manhattan Malhatan In the Supreme Court at at Whito WhitePlains WhitoPlnln WhitoIlahus
Plains today too an order orEr was M grafted Iratod by byJustice byJUllco byJustice
Justice JUllco Keogh discontinuing disntnll the suit suitLwyer an anLawyer asLawyer
Lawyer Lwyer John W Hemer lemer filed mA an In affidavit affidavitwith ndaylt ndayltwlh tefildavitwith
with wlh tho Ito papers pappr that thn 1m lie couple cupla had signed signeda slgnA
a mutual agreement agremtut to separate neparateThe apnrnte apnrnteTha separateThin
The McCormacks McCorck have been hon residing riding nt ntPelham ntPflham atPelham
Pelham Pflham Westchester Wetchester county count for a ntimner ntimnerof numnorof
of years eal and according aecrdlug to the complaint complaintMr comlalntMr
Mr McCormack McCormlck owns onl real estate etlto worth orh
10000 190 personalty pNonnlt valued at 12 2S000 O and nndhas andhal andiline
has hal an a income of 10000 10000Under 100 10000Under
Under the separation lopamton agreement alfeercnt Mr MrMcCormack MrleCormack MrMcCormack
McCormack agrees agr to pay pn lils hi hits wife S 35 a aweek aIek aweek
week Iek for her hir ht r support suppor and the maintenance maintenanceof nlaitonano nlaitonanoof
of their two children chidrn James and nd Henry HenryTho Henr HenryThe
Tho custody cuato of tho ho children childrn is II given to totheir totheir totheir
their mother Tho couple were Wf married marriedon marrlr marriedonJuhy
on olluly onJuhy July 21890 21890iroV 2180 2180ro 1890 1890irov
iroV ro WAfiKH JIIm HI nT flIT T LOST WHISKERS WHISKERSExpert 111KIn 111KInxprt uIsIURsExpert
Expert xprt lorkumlth Ioklmll leeksmlthpcned Ox OIHnfd > nril Safe Once On but butFallMl blt bltl butFailed
Failed l alM Mhrn n hln hen Ills II Heard Ilard aught CauRhtPniunKLPiiiA auh auhPnUIyIPII aughtPuiuuuwmpmulA
PniunKLPiiiA PnUIyIPII April Apri 2Held fast by byhis byhlA byhis
his whiskers whllker a Frenchman Frnchman had a sad lad timo timoof tmo tmoof tlrnoof
of it today at t a I store in Manayunk ManaylJk The TheFrenchman TheFrnchmn ThucFrenchman
Frenchman Frnchmn who ho is an expert locksmith locksmithoffered locksmithoftrd locksmithoffered
offered oftrd to wager any amount oxpr that ho could couldopon culd culdopn couldopen
open opn a safe sfe in which tim proprietor propretor keeps keepshis kpl keepshis
his cash h Tho storekeeper Itorkcpr was wnl absent nbsentbut nlJenl nlJenlbut absentbut
but some of his hi friends frlndt accepted 8Cptr t the lie French Frenchmans Frnch Frnchmanl Frenchmans ¬
mans manl proposition propoldton After working at the thedoor thedoor thedoorof
door doorof of tho thiesafoforsevpralmlnutos safe HnO for several 1prl minutes mlnutO he throw throwIt thr
It open opn and pocketed the wager with Ith n smile smlloof Imlo Imloof smileof
of satisfaction satisfactionHo llifucton llifuctonle
Ho le slammed the door coor ohut and 1r caught caughthis au ht hthlR
his beard between btwcen It and the tll jamb He Hetried 1e 1etrie Hetried
tried trie to work tim combination comblnRton but the thodoor th thdoor thedoom
door would not budge Several Soverl men Jln tried triedto Irle triedto
to 0 open the door but none nont could liberate liberatehim lberate lberatehim hibermitohim
him After Mtlr he had hn remained rpJ ined on lube hi knees knlf for fornearly fornlarly fornearhy
nearly nlarly an hour somebody Imlhodv took a pair of ofshears oftho ofcheers
shears tho and cut the Frenchmans ren hmans whiskers whiskerscloso whlfkel whiskersclose
close clO o to his chin chinHe chil chinHe
He left Jpft th the store Ilore and made a 1 beeline betlne for fora
a harbor shopSAXIt shop thopIJ shopSIXD
SAXIt IJ CAVEU IiI OX O HIM HIMlint 11131hut 11 11lnt
lint lnt Ills I Friend Stood FloOJ Mtoodbynnd by b and Soon oon Hail lad III IIIXo I Ills IllsNeso
Xo Neso 00 o and al1 mu Mouth Frrr FrrrFreddie Irf IrfFrdleTompki FreeFreddie
Freddie FrdleTompki Toinpklnstlioelevenyearoldson Toinpklnstlioelevenyearoldsonof Tompkins thoelevenYMrolIAon thoelevenYMrolIAonof thuoeleveuiyearohlson thuoeleveuiyearohlsonof
of Detective Detctho Edwin Jdwln Tompkins olpklnt of 418 18 Hum Humburg Hamhurg 11amburg
burg avenue aenle Brooklyn DrOklyn owes own his hil life 1ft to the theselfpossession IheIlfpOSe th thselfpossession
selfpossession IlfpOSe Alol of Willie Wilo Kropslinuser KrpHlaler his hiscousin hil hilCllln lubeeoiiiuin
cousin Cllln and Rld playmate plaYII Tim latter Itr has bu bucumo LI LIcle hoeumne
cumo cle the lie hero ler hen of Evergreen r In avenue n 11 II and anda ald alda
a big party with plenty of f pie and ud calin lah tub is isto II IIto isto
to he given In II his hi tumor by b FroddleV Idil father fatherand fRtlwrand fntherand
and mother motherThursday lother lotherhutdar muintherThursday
Thursday afternoon the two tW youngsters youngsterswere oun tet tetlro
were lro playing J11 lng mines 1In in a sand fcd bank at atJefferson atIftlrlol atTeffcrsouu
Jefferson Iftlrlol and Knickerbocker Klckerloker avenues avenuesThey aenuO avemiasThey
They had made a pretty prI big hole In tho bank bankin halk halkin batikin
in their Ihlll search flarh for the gold jold they tended tendedlik Irndl tendlielI > 1 1Ik
I lik Ik liku was wal ihero Ihlro when whtn the til bank balk caved in innnd Inand iiiand
and a Ion Inl of mird buried hurlfi Freddie FreddieWilliu Fredie FreddieWiilit
I Williu WII wan WIF as 11 IIc badly scared HCUr us u most mOft Ixiys Ixiyswould IIsI hoywoulti
would l 11 he > e but instead Inrletc of running away or orscreaming orlramlng orscreaming
screaming lramlng for help ho hl hu not Rt to work with wih a asmall aamlU aemail
I small amlU piece pll of hoard to tl dig dl his hl playmate playmatoout
out outIt oulIt It It was at a hard job l heufo because > ecause almost almot as asfast al asfast
fast flt as he threw thrw Ino ho sand lnd out it it ran rn back backagain bak baka backagain
again a aln Freddie Fredl was W completely completol covered coveredand coeru coveredand
and Willie Wile almost lout lo 1 heart heart before bforo ho dug dugmouth du dud dodeep
d deep elough auioughi to fn free his cusin cousins nose and andlouth an anmouth
mouth louth from frn the suffocating llotllf sand sandFreddies HandJreddlel sandFrodtlie
Freddies Jreddlel eyes OVM were wer cloned olOi and Iml he was wasunconscious WRRuncnsclou watunconscious
unconscious uncnsclou when wl1n a I man working In tho thoof thoIPlghbrho theneIghborhood
and fiuilshued the lubcr lubcrof
IPlghbrho neIghborhood mn up fuihl laler laleror
of disinterring dllinterrll him Dr Meeker Nklr found foundthat fnumthat founttthat
that tho ho little fellows felowR right rlht arm had been beenbroken bn bnhrkpn beenbroken
broken hrkpn nnd lttle his collarbone cllrbolo dislocated cltlocIP Ho Hotold lo bintold I Ilold
told Freddies father that a few seconds twondsmore lnrll secondstunic
more lor under Inepr the hp fatlr sand snd pile pie would ould have hR be uln ulnth been beenthin n ntho I
thin th end pnd of the thI hov hovI hovViihin
I Willin Wii told 1011 his lx 1 Imov > > y frinnds frldi at School 48 48that 48hint 8
I
that h he didnt idn seethe f see th thin sense IIC of ci making makingso l0kinj
< him Freddies father fathernnd fathurand i iIn1
so 10 muoh fuss flo over olr hll Fredie futl1r
and In1 mother 10thr think diflVnntly ciffrnty cliffprputhv anti nld thy thoyintend thmyimitind i iInttml
intend Inttml to reward the level headed heldll youngster youngsterIn yungller yungllerIn
In n susblnntlttl II btlnlRI manner mannerAMI mannlr mannlrnH mannerVtl11L
AMI Vtl11L nH Ml RESERVE REVIEttEH REVIEttEHCommlMlonrr nIIWIW nIIWIWCommlulonfr iWhIEIIIDCommIssIoner
CommIssIoner Commlulonfr Meiiloo 10100 Prrsenl Itrl lnll McdaN McdaNand Mtulahut tldalM tldalMand
t and Slakes laklM a Kpeech SIIIIChTroplr SpeeehiTrophiy Tropliy Lnvrllnl LnvrllnlCommissioner LnIfI LnIfII UmuvelirilCommissioner
I Commissioner Commilonpr McAdoo reviewed rolowt thin thoFirst Ihoi thinFirst
i First Firt Battalion Jnlnlon of the New Xl York Naval NavalMilitia NavalMilitia aal i iI
Militia lltla last night night on the training rainlnj ship New NewHampshire XowHamphire NewHampshIre
I Hampshire Hamphire at the foot of East Twenty Twontyfourtii Twonl TwonlfOlrU Twentyfourth
fourtii fOlrU fourth street strlt Miss Mi Gertrude Gfrtrudl McAdoo lcJdoo un unveiled onveiled ¬
I veiled w ied a bronze trophy which was wa pre presented pre8lt1 proS4fltei ¬
sented 8lt1 to tho ho liattnlion hatalon The TIl trophy trlh will wl be begiven heI begiven
given ovi uvery > ry r year or to t < the Ihl gun crew crl which whichgets whldlgetl vhilchigets
I gets getl the he highest hl h t percentage Ilrlnag in its is drills drillsAfter dril him himAfter
h hundred medals mcdaUwere medalswere
After the review rllew nearly nl a medl medlwere
were presented Then Th n Mr Ir McAdoo Hindu rnru rnrua madea
a 1ech 1echI
1 have h3 ye y been bOn invited h1ltcl to 0 all al sorts Rr of places placeslately placeRIAlalyho placeslatelyhie
lately IAlalyho he said il I have htlvpnbnnlket haveevenbeenneked oven been turned to togo togo
go lo the Korth orlh Pole also al o to a warmer warmerplace WRrmllplace warniecplace
place Since I have scott Hn thin th kind of men menyou mln minyell
I you YOl have 1110 In tills Ihll battalion hatalol I am sure lurf that it itwouldnt Itwoullnt Itwouldnt
wouldnt do nny an harm hnrr if thin lid ld did come comeoff cmo cmoI coinsI
I woullnt and this battalion could couldImmllo couldhandle
off of The Tht police ple ald lttalon cOlld cOlldhaldlo
handle haldlo anything anythingsr4urivo ayl anythingST41111G hln g gfTHllO
sr4urivo fTHllO WITH WITI UK II1t un ft nor norGrrry nor norGrrr 1101Gerry
Grrry Grrr Agent 5Int fiathrrii Wlhlr In a Sick Woman Womanand Womanali Womanslid
and ali Her Irr Son on From 1OI the thl Sired strcrtItnchnl llrI llrIHIlh1 SiredRachel
Rachel HIlh1 Sherman 42 years eR old who Mid fcildsho MidIho 5Iihalto
alto Iho lived 11 at 258 Gouvmieur OIlrur street trf was wastaken wal waltlken wastaken
taken tlken to Bellevue fllvUO Hospital Iolpial lost lRt night from fromtho fromtho frontthe
tho Gerry Gcrr societys ldelt rooms on Fourth fourth ave avenue aI aveflute ¬
flute nul At Bellevun Dlli lo the Iht doctors dOtor said tld tho thowoman thooman thewoman
woman oman was wa starving starvingJerry ftnnlng ftnnlngCfr starvingharry
Jerry Apent Thompson snid 1 hi he hI hod hodpicked hndplkCUII hodplcketl
picked Cfr up thn thl t liii woman WOlln mill n nineyearold
plkCUII ho boy who she Ihl said 61e was al her hlr son fn at lt Twenty Twentyiourth 1wnt 1wntloirh iwrntylotirthi
iourth street Ilrlt and Fourth avenue a nUl after afterfollowing nC afterfollowing r rfololnl
following loirh them for come Gne time 11mI 1 blue he woman womanwas womanWM vomnnnwas
fololnl was sending lendln the thl boy ho Into Broadway nrOday hotels hotelson
on the he pretence of wlllnf 1nl newspapers newspapersbut
neWlpatrs neWlpatrshul
but really rllv to beg BO IO Thompson Thompon took tol them themboth themhuth themboth
both to tho t societys tlEt rooms roomsTho roomHTho macinsThem
Tho womnil omli became LK lml ill i there therl BO f an am ambulance amhulanc antbalance ¬
balance wits called cnlM to take her to tho th hos hospital ho hopltal huospita1 ¬
pital Thin boy was WAi detained c > nhlf1 anti all will wi ho botaken hotlken hotaken
tlken taken to the lie Childrens Chidrenl Court today todaynnovciiT toln tolnnOrOIT todayflhtOUGhlT
nnovciiT nOrOIT mixs flIltI flIltIlumrf IIAXK IIAXKFarmer J1tXKFarmiwrs
Farmer lumrf and ali slid Merchants National atlnnal nf nfllntinrt Cr CrHobArt ofhietumirt
HobArt flkla ku Falls l all for K12SOOO K12SOOOJioiunT I2L00IiomiAnr 2500
JioiunT BOIART Okln 0km April Apri 22 2ZThe The Farmers Farmersand Farmersand urmeO urmeOand
and Merchants ftrhalll National Xatunal Bank failed fnle for for1128000nsn forIZ
IZ 1128000nsn 125000 O R mien probableresultof prohnble rlultof the continued continueddrought 10nlnuf1 10nlnuf1drught continueddrought
drught drought acd thin dl II iliOitlPt ciuiet qllt created centd by ly num numerous numIrOI aunterotic ¬
erotic recent rEnt bank failures fRlureK The institutltni institu institution InRUlutlnn ¬
IrOI
tion hud fO 50000 paid up capital and was wasorganized WR WRor wasorgarmlziMi
or organized lnlzNI two years rar ago agoThe ao aorho agoihue
The banks hank principal lrlclpal correspondents correspondentsare ornsJondMM ornsJondMMnr
nr are the lii Chat National Xitonll of New IW York Inter Interstain InlerHlatA Interstate
stain tu National ntlmlLI of Unties Inu City Ciy ity and First FirstNational Flrslltlonll FirstNational
National ltlonll of Chid ahn ah 1 T TIlinU Tnank 1 1thank
thank Tcllrrn TIIrl KliortaRc horto1 Is KIOUOO KIOUOOMKMPIIIB 8100 SI000MiMiilIB
MKMPIIIB 11111118 Tenn Tlnu April Jprl 22 2Vr Dr W B BRogew nno BRogers
of the Chickasaw Hay Savings Haybags
Rogers no e president lhlckalw Hv HvInw ¬
bags Bank announced this thll afternoon nltlmoon that thatthe thatth thatthe
the Inw th shortage Ihort Bnk o of William Wilam Horton Horon the de defaulting de tiefaulting ¬
faulting teller tllrr and anc bookkeeper hookklel1r for whom whoma hom homI
I a faultng warrant warnt charging chrrlnl embezzlement lmIJz7lomont has haslieen hll ha haIweii
lieen Issued IluI amounted amounle to 0 SIO 11000 Instead Insteadof InRloa InRloaof
of MfXXi 1 n as at fret IIt imported Iprl The Tht bank Iwinkwill Ilnk Ilnkrl bankwill
rl will lose lo about MMO MMOOKden 15500igden ro ron
OKden n ln Party Prer at Wlnthro WInthrop 1ntlrol > rollrpte rollrpteCOLUMBIA al oilpeComUMIIIA f1 1 1COIUIIA
COLUMBIA COIUIIA S C April Aprl 22 Z2The The Ogdon Ogdoneducational OgdonflucRUonRI Ogdeneducational
flucRUonRI educational party paty travelling Irvlling in nine Pull Pullman Pl Pullman ¬
man corn t arrived this morning moring at Rock RockHill Rok RockIhhhi
Hill 11 S C and arrr spent lpnt thin thl day a Winthrop WinthropCollege Wlnhrp WlnhrpColrs Winthropallege
College thn State school Ihol for women omo of ofSouth ofSuth ofHouthi
Colrs
South Suth Carolina Carlua tlov 0 Heyward Ipyar and Prod Prealrlent Prll Prlldent Prodicat
dent Johnson Johnlon of the college cnp e made addressed addressedof adrl
of welcome elrme
elrmeJlf
Killed Jlf III J ills Mother MotherCounThAXn MotherCounTIAn fohfr fohfrCOlITIO
CounThAXn COlITIO Va a April Aprl 22 21Wila 22Wiiilam William Gnu GnuIon Oa OaIon GasIon
Ion 2i 2 2 years yrl old ol hot nnd nndalosllnlnnty nndalosllnlnntyklr nndalxnost almost Instantly Instantlykilled instantlykilled
klr killed hi his mother Sallie Slo Ciaxton todny todnyHe toclayHe
He says 1 It wan WI an In accident acident but they tPY had hadauarrelled
auarrelled qulo violently Ienly a 1 short aor time te before bfor
HERES NEXT SUBWAY PLA PLAAO PLAN PLANxo
AO 0 DITChING DTCIlO TO DE PERMITTED PERMITTEDIX ItIWlITTED
IX 1 CARRYIXO CUllIO IT OUT OVTUne OUTLne OUTUne
Une Lne flown Dow Lexington Ixlnston Avenue With lh tin tinAlternative the theAI thisAlternative
Alternative AI rnathe nf Spurs SpUI Under Vndpl S4th Ith o o42d or or42d or42d
42d Street strr StreetThis tTll TOU Let Lt In IlelmonTranifcn Belmont nelmontTanfru BelmontTransfers
Transfers Tanfru to Decide the Builder IlullderTtie Buider BuiderThe BuilderThus
The principal principl features featur of the report rprt on i inew a a anew
new subway which tho th hue Rapid Ilpld Transit TmnlltCom TmnlltCommlslonH TransitCom TransitCommissions Com Commissions
mlslonH missions committee cmmite on plan pln and scope acopiwill ICOII ICOIIwi scopewill
will wi make noxt week wek were wer definitely detntly learned learnecyesterday learnodyestery learnedyesterday
yesterday yestery As AlwaHtoldlnTI was told InTlIE SUM Su tho Ito new newroad ne neroad newroad
road will wi follow folow the ho route suggested suggCted bj bjtho b bho by bythe
the ho Metropolitan Metrop n company There hor will wllbe wi willbe
be 0 built buit a subway from above the Harlem HarlenRiver 1arlem 1arlemnlver HarlemIttver
River down Lexington Lxngtn avenue and the lower loweiEast loworEt lowerEast
East Et Side of the city olt to tho Battery Dtery whore whenthere whoreh
there th h ro will wi l he > e a loop lop and the rout rout will wi then theicontinue thencntnua thencontinue
continue cntnua up the Weet W t Side to near ner tho nov novPennsylvania newPanuHlmna nowPennsylvania
Pennsylvania PanuHlmna terminal tnlnal Sufficient Sufclont modi modifications mnodlfimtlons ¬ I
fications frtol in the Metropolitan Motropltan plan will 1 Ix Ixmade o be bemade
made so 10 as a to permit pnlt the BelmontMcDonnlc BelmontMcDonnlccompany BlmontMcDonnld BelmontMcDonaldcompany I ICOIIIIY
company COIIIIY to become bomo a competitor compettor for the thicontract thocntmct thecontract
contract contractTo cntmct cntmcto contractTo
To o give Ilve the Belmont Bolmont company comp uny this op opportunity 01 opportuuitity ¬
portunity pruuly the lie committee o comPny wllj wl1 recommend recommendthat reommend reommendthat recommendthat
that in Inlying laying out the lie route two plans Illn shal shalbo AhaHbl shaltbe
bo bl advertised adverIR1 One of these the will wi call for foibids forhld forbide
bids hld for the construction lontnetlon of a connecting connectinglino connotlnp
line Ino l between betwcn > the East BSt and West Side Sidebranches Sidobranch Sidebranches
branches branch of the subway through Thirty Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourth fhir
fourth fouth street ttrot and Ind thin other through Forty Fortysecond Fortysecond orty orty8ond
second 8ond street streetTho lt streetThm ret
Tho Metropolitan Motropllan company compny wishes wlbts tc tcjoin 10join tojoin
join tho two subways BubwaYI by a line IM through througrThirtyfourth throuhhlrtfourh throughIhuirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth hlrtfourh street Htrtt Tho present prelnt Belmont Belmontsubway nelmontHuhRy Belmontsubway
subway runs rnl to 0 the junction of Broadway Broadwnjnnd DrOdwny DrOdwnyRnd Broadwayamtd
nnd Fortysecond fortysond street streetIt Itrct ItrctI streetIt
It I was learned I amr yesterday Cterday that tht It has hasbeen hal linebeen
been hMI determined detfrrlno by the Itapid 11111d Transit TransitCommission TmnHltnuillon TransitConmilsslon
Commission nuillon that the contract contmct will wi be beawarded heawnrde beawarded
awarded awnrde to tho ho competitor compotor who offers ofra the thegreatoit thograttit thegreatest
greatest grattit public publo facilities facit In transfers tmn fel nnd nndother nndother andother
other advantages ndntngl The contest wi will there therefore therefor therefore ¬
fore for ho narrowed IRrrowo clown to n 1 fight fght between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweenthis
the Metropolitan Iltropolan and anl Belmont Blmont companies companiesComptroller compnnlr compamiisComptroller
Comptroller Compl rler Grout Grut In It anxious anxloU that before beforetho heforeho beforelie
tho ho contract eonl met is awarded Iwardl the Rapid Transit Transitact Trllt Trlltnct Transitact
act shall Ihnl bn bt b so fO amended nmeldc > as to eoin compel > ol tho thosuccessful thoIUCful ho hosuccessful
successful IUCful contractor contrctor to pay taxes on tho thonew thonl themnew
new nl HUbwny A clause clue in thn present presentact prlnt prlnta presentact
act a exempts subways Ilbwl from frm taxation The Thcinet ThoICt Theact
net ICt cannot tlnot be amended amende until ultl the next see session 8t 8tIon seemliomi ¬
Ion of the Legislature I llllhll amid nd Mr Grout Groutnew loutwill rout routwi
wi will IOt not oppose huryllg hurrying the pIRL Ploas for forthe forthenew the theIlew
new tunnel But he said yesterday torcn that thatthero Imt Imtthor thatthere
there thor was Wil no doubt douht that tlat preparing pnJlarlu the theplans theIllanl hue hueplaits
plans Illanl specifications 1IIIcllon > and form of contract contractand cOltmc comitmactuuiid
and 1111 obtaining ohluillll coiisentH COIIltl of property owners ownerswould ownel ownerswould
propr
would probably not Iot be iomploted tomplotpl before beforetbo befor beforethin
thin next s session ion of tho I bo Legislature 1glllltur and andthat andthat audithunt
that consequently 10n equeltj there might be time tmo to tohavo 10hay tohave
hay the net C amended Imenle before tho 110 lie contract contractwas lontmct lontmctwa contractwas
was wa awarded awardedThe IwanJed awardedflit
The 11 flit route rut to he recommended reomnllllt for tho thonew thonow thiomien
new Brooklyn Hrkln Hiibwnv lhwa will wil I he from the thetormina thoIfrmlrt theterminal
terminal Ifrmlrt of Canal and Oontre tnt ro streets t rotl hern hernacross her heracrO hieruacross
across acrO the Manhattan lllhalan bridge Irld under Flat Flathush Flathul Flatitimab
hush hul avenue and Fulton Fulon street slrtt to Fourth Fourthavenue Fourh Fourhaenl Fourthavenue
avenue aenl find Ind under that avenue to Fort FortHamilton Jort JortIamlLort FortHarniltoh
Hamilton IamlLort This Thil will wi cover Ron miles milesDie mie mietho milesho
Die ho estimated etmale cost is 750000 7500 n mile mileCommissioner mio miotomrlfioner uniieConurtuiseioner
Commissioner tomrlfioner Best Jwt has hBllnlt said that t hI the thi h Man Manhattan ManJiattan Ian Ianhalan ¬
hattan halan bridge brldgl will wi be open nlln for traflio trmo within withinfour uvititinfour lhln lhlnfour
four or live Ih years vent The TI new tunnel would wouldtherefore wouldtherefore > uld uldtLrfor
therefore tLrfor be finished fllsbe about aLolt the th same mo time tlmaas tme tmea timeas
as a the bridge bridgeIt hrldgoI
It I I will wi lie decided decide by the lit commission in inpassing 11 ittpassing
passing on these theo additional aditional tunnels tuunl that thathereafter thnt thathisreafter
hfrafer hereafter all al subways must mu t bo liullt tmlt by b the theboring thebrng theboring
boring brng process pre and that thit there must murt be l no nomore nomore nomore
more open Opl ditch dich work workKid workPn7ItIIT workIRIZEiIGIIT
IRIZEiIGIIT nuo IL liD liDIld
Pn7ItIIT I
Kid Freeman Frtlman and ali Jack llnyle Ret Gel to the theXlnth tle tlelnlh lie lieNInth
NInth lnlh Hoimd RoundShotl foundShots SliotR Fired FiredKid llrdKid llrcdKid
Kid Freeman Frman of Hoboken and Jack JackDoylo JnckD1 JackDoyle
Doyle D1 of Jersey JeJY City Ciy fought what wan WW In Intended Intnde Intended ¬
tnde tended to o be a ten round rund go In a pool and andbilliard andhillni andluillitird
billiard hillni parlor parlor arior at 334 34 Adams street 5t It Ho HolioUen Hohoken Hoboken
lioUen late ltl last night II ht In the ninth round roundDoyle rowll rowllD01 roumuuiDoyle
D01 Doyle o knocked Imoked Freeman fman through n I rear rearwindow reRrwindow rearindow
window and Ind a crowd of fifty ffty sports cheered cheeredPoliceman chlpr cheeredPolicemnan
Policeman Polcmnn Gardella Ganleli heard hlIN hicard the noise noiserapped loL noiserapped I IrIPP
rIPP rapped for asnistnnci aIRtn nw and ni broke open 011 tho thoiloor lie liedoor I Idoor
door The ThE spectators lctatot Jumped from rear rearwindows rearwindows I Iwindowl
windowl windows to escape ecal > Sevrrnl Iml broke hrolp into intotho InloI intothe
the I he rear rar windows 1lndow of n tenement I tnomlnl owned owne liy liyPolice 1 byloiieo
Police Ioie Commissioner Cmml8Ioner Anthony Anthon Cupalli Cupl ann nndpscnied annPRca11 andecnped
pscnied by h way a of the front door Others Othersnlimbed Olhc OlhccUm Othersclimbed
climbed PRca11 cUm I o oladd ladder r to tiio tllf roof rf of the billiard billiardjwrlor hilnil hilnilIrlor huiilamdjmrlor
jwrlor Irlor and threw thrlY the tlA ladder down on 01 eu Gar GarJellfl Gardlll Oardella
della dlll injuring hi his collar coilr bone bonePoliceman bonl bonuePolIceman
Policeman Poloman Kealy found nlnn Iln uiiit young mon mnnunder monmle menunder
under mle a shanty Ihanl They attacked him himwhen himwhen hIntwitn
when IIB h hit ordered orderc them them to to surrender furrIHIr Ho HoIrewhls nI Hitdrew
drew Irewhls hi his revolver revolrfr fired twonhotH twolhoald two idiots and they theypromised the thepromlltl I heypromlseti
promised promlltl to he good go They Tho were w locked lockedup lo lockedtilt k I Iup
up The principals principl escaped Iid in their lights lightsFHEEIOnT tghts tghtsFrEIOnT tightsFIWEIORT
FHEEIOnT FrEIOnT CASK 451 SI WAS JU SUICIDE SlICinELlieinUt SUICIDEiieummist CI I I1111t
< LlieinUt 1111t Walter 1alfr 11 1 Unit 1lt Find Poison rol on In InWoman InWomln intoitiamuR
Woman Womln Stomach StomachMixEoiiA ltorael ltoraelIIXEOI StomachMINE0Is
MixEoiiA IIXEOI Ij I I April Aprl 22 2ZWRler 22Walter Walter H HKent 1 HKent
Kent a chemist ebemitt of 202 Clifton Clftn place plaC Brook Brooklyn DrookIrn Brooklyn ¬
lyn who ho has ha been In analyzing the tiuedonachicf tiuedonachicfIto stomach ttomach of ofShe ofIhe
She woman whoso h body bod wop wl found in tim tboKood4 thowood timwoods
wood near the Greenfield Grlnfolc Cemetery Cfmetr lx lxiween IJ IJtwtn between >
iween twtn Frceport Frport and Hfitnpsten Hmnp telc < l on 01 April AprilIfl pri
Ifl II made his report rpor today toda to District Dslrl At Atomey Attorey Attomney
omey torey James Jamt P Nlemann of Nassau Xnscailotinty Nassaucotuuit alm almtully
tully cotuuit otinty 7
The chemist nays f11 ho made an examination examinationf
of > f the Ih stomach und Us Itl contents Cnhmt using ling five fivellffcront Ihadllrllt fivedifferemit
llffcront dllrllt tests ttl Each Eleh test tml showed fhow llh the pn prlInM pree preeifloe i ince
stomach InM ifloe stomachThe > tomnchTho nce omRchThl of carbolic carl > lc acid in the thE contents onhnll of tho thotomnch thoomRch themstomach
The Thl District mltrlct Attorney onty pay Faj the thl result relll of ofhat ofIr ofMr
Mr Ir Ktn Kents 1 anl analysis 11 ltllthne strengthens Iho ho thlr theory theorythat
that the woman omll committed suicide lulclde Mr Mr4lemnnn MrImann MrNiemnann
4lemnnn has llR all al along been ben of the IP opinion opinionhat opinionthat opimiionlist
hat tho woman womll took her own life lfe and Ild he heelieves hehelll hobelieves
believes helll > tbat his hli hil theory thlr has ha now noIJn been estab estabished I istabIisltisi tah tahl
ished l hrd without Itloutl a doubt doubtCCKFTED doubtClRPTEI doubt4CC1PTEI
CCKFTED ClRPTEI STOLEX fTOU STAMPS STAMPSluilnrM STLhIPSBusIness T Tnl
BusIness nl lnPII Man Ian Arrwtrrt rrfltrd for Taklnc Tkhl Proceeds Prneerdtof Prot ld ldof
of n Pout oner omt Robbery nollirryPonTUAND RohhryPORTND RobberyPonmm
PonTUAND PORTND Mo I April Aprl 22 Z2Vald David F Mur Murlook Mlr Mlrdok Muirdock
look dok president 11 reeident ldlnl of tho tht lie Munlock Munlok k < t t Freeman Freemanlottling FrmanDotlng FreemanBottling
Bottling Dotlng Company of Portland Portad and ad Hum Humord Humford Rumford
ford Falls FalR was R arrested arntr today charged with witheceiving withrtpllng withreceivIng
receivIng rtpllng WOO 500 worth orh of postage po tnRo stamps stampsitolen Rlampsstolen stampsstolen
stolen by I burglars Ilrglr In the post p tomc office at South Southvnst Suth SuthMt Southwest
west Mt Harbor He gao bail bailnto hal hailCounsel
COlnepl Counsel for Murdock Iunock IH says that he CRmn CRmninto camoItito
into pownsslon p llon of the stomps tnmp Innocently Innocentlymving Innocent innocentlyhaving
having accepted aCpted them from frol a local lol merchant merchantu mlrhant mlrhantil
The merchant said he helad hehad hohad
il hi u payment payment of rent rEn I Th merlnt
had lad received relYo them from rrm a 1 customer cuttomcr in ex exhonge exchM cxchange
change chM ge for goods goodwA
A warrant warant gnlH gnlHA against aglnsl this merchant merelat has been beentsuod benluo beenissued
issued luo issuedlflE tsuodriK
riK 11 YEARS rJAR FOR FOi SWIXDIKR SWIXDIKRlelalnrr ShJ1ILttffletaindPa ffI Tm TmD
lelalnrr D lalnU May Ia Keep Hrf Mr EnRlenian Enllllan in inJail tnJai inJail
Jail Jai All I III 1 Ills Mfr MfrPHILADELPHIA 1lrr 1lrrPItDELJA IlfePuuuIADELPIIIA
PHILADELPHIA PItDELJA April Aprl 22 2Dr Dr George Georp J Jtaglemnn JEngleman JEngleman
Engleman who is If known as a tho cleverest cleverestonlldenco cleoNlt cleoNltlnl cleverestconfidence
confidence lnl enc man in tho tie Ito country cuntry wan n son senpnced ln lntncee sonnced
tncee pnced to five fe yearn yeat in the tb county clnty prison prisonoday prson prsontoda prisontoday
today toda He was indicted Indk1e for larceny larny and andmud andfrud andfraud
mud frud fraudDotainems mudDetainers I
Detainers Dotainr are ar lodged losed against ngalnlt him from fromfew fromNew I Ie
few e Jersey MaK MaFchuIPtl Massachusetts uchusett and other otherItntes otherIlnP otherStates
States IlnP and when hen tin stops It from frtn from the hue county countyirlson countyprison
prlmn prison irlson after afer hi hi hue five fo yean incarceration Incrmton ft ftrill It Itwi itwill
rill wi I hf hue > A only oly to go to some otl other r jail jai It I Is lairolmblo Isllrhabl isitrobnbl
llrhabl itrobnbl irolmblo that thlt Krgleman Ergllman will i spend and a aurge alrge aLarge
lrge Large urge part par of the row of hi hlllfehe his life lifelie he is about aboutbal
45 5 now riowhwhind l > chlnd Iron burs burs8ZKI bal bal5no
8ZKI 5no 21 Reward Rnr for Klppt filpp Arrest ArrestSAIUTOOA ArrestSALT0OA re reRAJTOOA
SAIUTOOA RAJTOOA April Aprl 22The rThe Fidelity Fidelty and nndpoalt DndTpOlt andDeposit
TpOlt Deposit > poalt Company C < mpln of Maryland ard has ha offered offeredOiO ofpr
I OiO O reward rwar for the arrest rt and conviction convictionif cnnlcton cnnlctonof
of if Karl R Kipp Kpp who is i alleged alege to have h8o em emwzzled embzzlt embezzied
wzzled bzzlt Sns 0428 from frm the 110 First Flrt National Bank Bankif Dk Dkor Bankcur
The to toIny today
or if Saratoga rtoga Spring SprDKI company cmpan
dRY through thrujh John L Henning its ls local localnd 10al 10alclnFI localcounsei
clnFI counsei pnd paid the thebanlc IIk 10 15000 the rul full alolnt alolntof amumoumnt amumoumntof
of the bnd bond > nd furnished fumlshA for Kipp It is isidemtood il isunderstood
understood udelto that tim tl balance halnc of SI48 1428 will willi willte i
Klpp kIppi b te i supplied lupplo tt by b relative rclat and friends frends of ofKlpp ofkIppi
PV13LICATION LCTO rilHUCATIONS rilHUCATIONSHENRIETTA lir Pii1iUCA110nnn LCATONf LCATONfHENRIETTA
u u nnn uttt trt rttrutfV rttrutfV11ENRIETTA
HENRIETTA CROSMAN PRAISES PRAISESIN
IN THE BISHOPS CARRIAGE
The realms reatl of fiction teton and III gtacclaml tl elald have havealways hneIBs havealways
always IBs been Intlmntely connected hut In ll late lateyears Int Inttrs lateyears
years trs players plnjers have halo shown a continually onUnuu In Increasing IncroaBlnA increasing ¬
creasing croaBlnA Interoit Inlerl In tcrett t In il Iniavinatlro lllllnntlo UUirature UUiratureuntil Il hltsratuireuntil < rtlre rtlreunt
until unt thoy are lre now most lo t eaccr renders rcdorl of ofnctlon oftcton offiction
fiction nctloniteecntljn fictionItecoutly plicr
tcton tctoneentj
iteecntljn eentj n now novel 101 called caUeo In the lie Bishops BishopsCanlimn Alahollf flishiopsCarrluige
Canlimn Clrrllo ha bl has been drawing drw lul to Itwlf I d uu Oi un unusual unusual nutusual ¬
usual amount amolt of theatrical thCalr 11 attention ntentlon because brcau e
Us I heroine herolnl a I child of the slums llms aft atrflel atrflelnthal itteratascl itteratasclnatluig raf tel telnnttiiB
nnttiiB nthal career urlr develops Into Ibl a powerful powerfu and andHUccoasful andfUCCC8Srll andsuccessful
successful fUCCC8Srll actress actressMl nctrl actressMiss
Ml Miss 1 s Henrietta lenrltta Crosman Crollnn whose exqulatto exqulattoporforninnco ezqWsttperformance
performance of Sweet weet Kitty Hity BelUIri BeIA1 eXQus Is Isbelne Isbrine
brine belnl praised pml 1 by b all al New York sayi s asya In Intho Intho Itstue
tho Illshops l hops CorrlaKo Cnrl8e Is n I most mOll noelstorr noelstorrdellRhtfully nonllt novelstdi7dehhghttuily
dellRhtfully d < lAhUull now no nnd Ind of absorbing nbsorblnl int lotere interest interestIt re t tU
U I held my attention olenton so o that I was as loathto loathtoput loatbt loathtoput
put it It from fro I mo 10 till ti finished fnihed
I Henrietta Crosman in Sweet Kitty Bellairs
Elsewhere too noteworthy people ople speak speakverr speakvery Ieak Ieakvery
very Eseherl hIghly hllhly Indeed Inde of In the Bishops BishopsCarrlace Bshops BshopsCarla BishopsCarriage
Carriage Carla Professor Irofeor Harry Hnrr Thuraton Thurstn Peck Peckclasses llk llkClaMp Iedcclasses
classes ClaMp It og a the very Yet host work worko of fiction flctlonthnt fcton fctonthnt fictionthat
thnt has hit ins CODS cmo to him hll this sMion sMionWallace AM sesonVallace on onWalace
Wallace Walace tire I le poet and critic cric In an ex ext ere ereled ortendi
t led tendi nclil 1 review 100 in the hue Chicago Chlalo Examiner Examinerrecnntly Jxlulncr Jxlulncrrlontb flrauntherrecently
recently rlontb Bald Ild In the lie Bishops J hop8 Carriage CarrlaeeIs Carrlllo CarrllloI
Is I of InrredHliiB Interest from frol Its Inisr hI6 openlmr OPfnhUl
OUTBREAK OF MENINGITIS MENINGITIS114VI MENINGITIS1UT
114VI 1UT CASES tS LSES Of Of 11 THE TiE DtSEASB DtSEASBIX 1EASE 1EASEIY
IX Till Tl CITY CfT Ol JATE JATETlie LITEflue
flue 11 Severe prr Winter Oortiirs UOturl Think Slay SlayHave Mayiluuc II
Have 11 HPCII n t a Cause e lu or the til increase Inrroanenf Inrealef
nf f hue tlf Ntnnlirr ulhrr or ef If fanes sees Here and In InOther InOthrr InOther
Other Cities tItiCSOT llrl1ot Kot Always Ahal Iatal IatalStinting IatalRIm Fat al alStunting
Stinting RIm tn about Ibol two t woeks woekl woeirs ago I utre utrewas IIP h re rewas rewaH
was an outbreak outhllak of curebrospinnl cl rebrospll tannin meningitis met tanningitis n nJltls ¬
gitis Jltls in the city et which has hlR develops donlnJ > 1 Into Intosomething Intosmothln intosomotluing
something smothln approaching npprochill an epldomiu It 1 is isa II IIa Isa
a matter mater that is Kcriously eroHlr engaging enJaglnJ tho at attention attcnlon attention ¬
tention tcnlon of physicians an well wel as of the Board Boardof ourd ourdof
of Health Italth but BO far nothing morn definite definitethan defnio defniotlmn definitetitan
than tho thI tli recent rlent exceptionally rxceptonaHy cold winter winterhas winterhas winterline
has l hen been > een suggested Huggestr as al explaining pplulnlng the out outbreak out outbreak ¬
break breakIt IrNk IrNkI
It I Is n fact fad itch established fflabllhp1 by observations observationsrunning obRenntoI obRenntoInnnlnp observationconning
rt number of years that thata
running nnnlnp over ofr a great Iumber cr
a winter wlnttr of long onl continued continul and scvcro lero cold coldis coldIf coidis
is If generally followedby foloec b a a great glat prevalence prevalenceof praleneo praleneoof
of Infectious InfCtuul diseases dlRe3f Tho explanation pllnnton of ofthis ofthll oftitle
this thll phenomenon phclnmenol given Iln by physicians phyllcanA is isthat Isthat isthat
that such lucb winters winO leave ICIe people prplo more or less lessdebilitated leesdchdhitated
debilitated dehlialld from being hpin ieingshUtttp shut Ihut up within doors doorsanil dor dornll doorsniid
anil nll therefore twrroro much matte more than commonly commonlyopen commonl commonlopln
open opln to disease dlBPnH attacks attacksHealth ittacksHealth
Health HeRlh Commissioner CmmtAonor 9tncks Darlington Darlngton said saidyesterday saidEterday saidyesterday
yesterday Eterday that no 10 far he know of r nothing nothingelse nothllg nothllglle nothuimugcine
else lle to account for tho present prevalence prevalenceof preolenc preolencof
of cerebrospinal ctrehrosJlnal meningitis mlnln I Up to April Apri 7 7tho 7tho 7the
tho disease dleafe was but slightly Rlghtly more mot prevalent prevalentthan prllent prllenttbnn prevalentthan
than it was wa a year rar ago agoIn agoIn agoIn
In the th boroughs of Manhattan Innhtan and nd Tho ThoBronx ThoDrn ThoBponx
Bronx from frm April llri I to April ourl 7 7 1003 100 there therowere ther therworr therewore
were worr Drn 4 cases afe of corebrospinal IreroMplnnl meningitis meningitisreported menln meningitisreportedl 111 111rprted
reported rprted to the thl Health Jalh Department Deparment ThIs Thiyear Thil Thilyear ThIsyear
year in the lie corresponding orrApomlnJ time tme there thfr were wcrocases wer werCeal wereS
Ceal S cases Hut from April Apri 8 I to April Apri 21 ZIlnclu ZIlncluIvo Inclu Inclusive inclusive ¬
sive Ivo of his hl year there were 55 Gl cases Cae of the thedisease thedlsclc thedisease
disease dlsclc tin against 1 in the Ih same lame period periodlast priod priodIlt periodlast
last Ilt year Apparently Allurent also ILo tho disease diseaseis dlseao dlseaoIs
is stlfl stili ll on the increase increaseNew IncreDe IncreDeXow iiicreaseNew
New York l olk Is I no 10 worse worf afflicted nnlctf1 in pro proportion prorlon prolmmflt ¬
portion to population tint Ihlt are oilier otlcr com communities comrunllltR coinmnunities ¬
munities rlon In 10mlllcn this t Ii or ndjoinlng n Joinln States Statff Up UpIn lilIn I1 I1in
In runllltR the I he northern nort h1 hirn i part > arl of tlio I lie State as well wellas wellas cl
as al In a number numblr of cities cHIl1 in New England Englandthe F IRnd IRndthe
the outbreak outbrfnk haw hnl IHMII 11n as 1M chirp OH it was washere waRher waslucre
here her And Ane there HS H well 1 as in New York Yorktho Yorklie
tho t ho attacks utacl hunt been hen very prj wveronnd 11rre severe and ac
to t its Ia happy close and the New York01obe York01obecalls York YorkGlobecaIl Gobe Gobecls
calls cls the book by b all alreaDS means one of ofthe the best beststories bet betItQrlR beatstories
stories ItQrlR of the season seasonMiriam se1on se1onMiriam seasonMiriam
Miriam MIclielson MIchelon the author of 0110 In tie tneBishops the theIhopl tieflishop
Bishops Ihopl Carriage CrrJII has la lta been a newspspr newspsprwOlun newspaperwonton newspaper newspaperwoman
woman wOlun most of her lr life lfe connected onntde nt aturlOR aturlORUres atarioun atariountimes rarloun rarlountimes
times Ures with Ith San Francisco Jrund co Now York and andPhiladelphia andlhlldllphla maciPhiladelphia
Philadelphia lhlldllphla dully dul shall papers Jallerl Hhe hat ha also alsodone alsodOl alsodone
done dOl much clever dramntlo criticism
companied compnie by a high percentage prentage of mot mortality mor mortllt mottahlty ¬
tality tllt >
tlltDr Dr Darlington Bald ald yesterday Yfterd1 thatthn thatthnpopular tltth tltthpopular thiattepopular
popular ellef helef > that cerebrospinal crbrlplnal menin meningitis mml menhtgltis ¬
gitis IIUs Is h Incurable IH I not well wol founded foundA It I In Ina II isa
a very ver dangerous danppruf disease dl8 but there the ar are arerecoveries ro rorecoveries
recoveries ro rlel from from it It IC The percentage prntgedf prntgedfdeathl df dfdcntliH ordeathis
dcntliH deathl according to different dllernt authorities authoritiesmil nutorlh nutorlhtlt authorItiesmanges
mil tlt manges gen from lonln sixty to ninetybut ninoty but there therI therIdlflculy thereffi thereffidifliculty in a adifliculty
difliculty dlflculy In tho way of getting Jthlt accurate accuratestatistics aocuratRtatlHtlc accuratestatistics
statistics becmiHO thn hn disease frequently frequentlyiswrongfully IK IKwrongfully h hwrongfully
wrongfully diagnosed diagnosedIlA > d dItA
lOt development is it often so rapid and inddeath anddAath anddeath
death comes HO quickly qulckIYlOmotlllUflwlthln qulckIYlOmotlllUflwlthlnfortjigbt quiickhycomotimeewlthlnfortyeight i < omotimi within withinfortyeight
fortyeight or seventytwo hours hOunJthAt hOunJthAtIt that thatit
it not Infrequently happens that the thevletbn thevletbnI victim victimis
is I in articvlo morh l before > tho doctorknowa doctorknowawhnt doctorknowsht doctorknownwhat
what ht is I tho matter with him Several SeveralcasPB SoverallaSlfl Severaleases
eases of this nature have boon reported reportedin
in the northern part of tho lie State this spring iprinjcTho prmltTho springThe
Tho theory of physicians is that the germ germIs
Is < taken in through the nostrils aid ud18 is Sf Sfcoul soconveyed o oconveyed
conveyed coul yed by absorption to the brain Th Thfirst 111flnlt The Thefirst
first symptoms are fever accompanIed by bya
a terrific headache and peculiar spume in inthe InIhe inthe
the batik of the ne n neck k which draw the head headbackward hMdIJakward heedbackward
backward throwing threin the chin up and out outward OI1tward ottward ¬
ward This is one of the Ih distinctive distinetlvefeetires feat features rlldllrell ¬
tires of the he disease Sometimes but not notalways notalwajll notalways
always there is I a blotchy bloteh eruption onlhn onlhnbody OIl the thebody thebody
body which which gave IIR the th disease the name nameb nameby namaby
by b which itwus It wall as most tnoutcommonly commonly known knownBpotted 1mOW1lottpt Imownspotted
spotted ottpt fever feviTIn feIrIn feverlii
In the outbreak in this city thin thl Inrln Inrlnall imrtng imrtngall qn4ngall
all tlio ho distinctive cliarncteristicfl of OfUIA OfUIAumletlon tim thnaffliction timuuifliction
affliction have ha been marked even to the thnblotchy theblotchy
blotchy 11101 < 1 eruptions Thin disease < e is highly highlyinfectious hlghlIlIffCtloUII highlyitifectious
infectious amid where one of a family of ofchildren ofohlldren ofchildren
children gets it tho ho rent rarely cecapo IthM It Ithas Ithas
has b been yn particularly prevalent IfOalentln In the mare morecrowded marecrowded marecrowded
crowded parts of the city cityOr citroterohroHpllllli citytershirouaplnal
Or terohroHpllllli hronpiiial inenlngitln is ranked a aa as asa n na
a children disease d nnd It was DtI among amongchildren alUongchildren amongchildren
children that t it raged most fIercely but butadults butadults butadults
adults have by no menus escaped lI < roPed althoughtho alth although h hIh
tim Ih mortality among adults was le less s than thanamong thinRmonlt thanamong
among children In all cases the distinct distinctfenturofl dbltlnotlY1l dbltlnotlY1lfEaturoR dlatinotIefeatures
features worn ore quickly developed clpf > loptd and oftendenth often ottendeath oftendeath
death has hRRrnsuro ensued in less than a week ivwkExperience 1tIkExperlenoo weekExperience
Experience in the past has been that thatoutbreaks U1toutbreaJ thatoutbreaks
outbreaks of this kind have disappeared d dfrappcaxsdalmost disappearedalmost Dp DpalmOf
almost na quickly as they thp haw hll developed developednd devolOPedand
and nd It In the ho hope of the physician ph18Ic1 that tbatuch thatsuch ttucht
such uch may be tho case in this thIslnstadoe thIslnstadoeFlatting instance il18tarloei il18tarloeF1 instanceFlBhtng > i
Flatting F1 htn Schooner Abandoned at atllea atlleaNORFOLK atlesNonroLx Mea MeaNonjout
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isliing schooner Florence Davis Da I llS t2 i8tofla i8toflahas ton tonioa tont i ihlil
has ioa been abardoriod ahl at sea Theoftw Theoftwrcre Th Th t fi fiwere J JWere
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easel and landed l here The Dvtl Dflal lirft lirfttero fiftbore tfthore
bore tero on Monday for tho fishing ftBhlnggrounl fishi ggroiindi ground at atIrglnla t tVirginia tVirginia
Virginia Beach Oq Wcdneadar the theas th81 th81was
was as caught in Irta a gale and swept out to aeft sea
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golf or telescope models in black pearl pearlbrown pearlbrown pearlbrown
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