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VOL imNO 254 NEW N r YORK YO RK WEDNESDAY MAY 11 A Y 11 I I 1904 19O4corwrct vr Al IW 4 bTi M Rim im U Printing PrlU and PuUUMw Anaetathm A celaHo PRICE TWO WO CENTS
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SWKETSKR PEMRROOK C CO 0oCXcL 0 A AyotVCJS 01 01outC1J
yotVCJS oCXcL riUPOSK TO TO1I CONTItAC CONTItACjls O TllACT TllACTHI
Altogether 4ftorUurTIIt b bThtt but butTIlle
jls 1I tio 0 OU Out of DtulneM
Thtt li I Vet et to Be Decided DttldrdlItl DttldrdlItlto A e elo
lo o Meet All 11 Debts and Sow foiomIlDhlden4 foiomIlDhlden4on Dlvldei Dlvldeion
on Preferred SlocktrrdUnrol1owing Stork HtnrkrfOlltlnrlla CreilltorttaAdvl CreilltorttaAdvlfollowing Achle Achleol1olng
following a meeting of its dlrectorrtkrday dlrecto dlrNJtorsIttltrda dlrectodav
rrtkrday dav afternoon the big dry dr good gootjobbing gooda goodajobbing goodjobbing
jobbing hu houso of Swoeteer Pembroo PembrooA lembrookA
A Co 0 0 one of the largest in the countrj countrjwhich countrhib count countwhich
which hib has been a stock company sine sineDecember Ilnoe IlnoeDtell1bfr In InDecetflbr
December iflOl made thin thl thlthrotih nnnounceiner nnnounceinertrough InnOllnCllI1lnt InnOllnCllI1lntthrough
trough Howard I 1 Swcotser Its Itswiftr treasure treasureOwinptn treuurprin
Owinptn wiftr in 11 t rHilmilliof 11 I tliatli nlh J Mr J It > ward warftr SWUPI SWUPIr
r Rlld TId id UC preMMit Irl nt ImslnoH u n04 condition Id Idn8lfr thl thlllpIr tJ tJjri
n8lfr 8ICI nd IIInrel iiard of 1 directors or the Ih coi coiptntlon corl1utl e erI1ti
ptntlon l1utl rI1ti 1I htivn concluded rnndud ll < to adopt n i policy policyIiq c ciri DC DCrrilll
iri rrilll uil Hi Million without nt prenent prewntItrTflfIlIfl di diiirmliiliic do doIprtnhln
iirmliiliic thn Ih t 1 riucatlun whether whet hir the t ho com comMOV concl
MOV 10 cl Imll uI n h hI < Itliiiitely n tlfl 1 I CI vrimul vflI 1I1nd n1 iii I orsha orshali lr DrIJHIjP IIhllll
IJHIjP 11111 ill fl hll bUlflP bUlflPh lnp lnpII
li Is I ill t Iliof ulr of the officer and board t tIhnt or orlor I Ihit
lor Ihnt lhp II iiwet n ltl of tl IIf e company COh11tfl IIro fli flisinjL r rimiU
imiU 011 t lo pay 11 ZIY nil II business obligations on oni IInd arI4
dividend for th thilho Iho Iho1IhojrTs UtcIhocrs
i I4 vo 1 a iuod uoJ i > uruluN for a
> 1IhojrTs ilho > lrrs liokllnif ltIflfl preferred stock Th Thloll The Thennmli T Ti
loll i vis nnmod BPiillpmen gel I knien repreHentln repreHentlnv
jl 11 v OIH liilf II1 It of tho ti entire business busln HnblUtlf HnblUtlfi
i fit tI c iVipnny pnlOr have conwnt ronnW < Hl to act actni ac acse all allI
ni se il I < nn r committee to the board of d diKiurs dl dlI dHd
iKiurs I U s Hd HdIIflIU l ortlrfr ortlrfrVilcniiii1 umIrI
Vilcniiii1 IIflIU I nlin P Snyder prrcld prlldmt rrIdn nt Nnlloni Nnllonii Nat1onIL1 aUollal aUollalI
i ISM I u Ciinineree 1l1tnnc William II I Ierklm IerklnI terknIIIflk
1 i rMdi > linnk cif O Ainericii John Crosb Crosbnpiin Crosby CrosbyrITI Croebrnn
npiin rITI n tot Ilrnwn Bron flro It Coi Co A 1 n > JullUar JullUari
i V n t i tullllnrd A Co Woudbiirr oudbiryt0y Inngdor Inngdoroy
t9Y oy lingrton A I Co A C Honshton nou hton preol preolUiulJ prllln pr prI
I n > UiulJ Irlnt Works orks Wllllamde William de Forest ForeiIhviit ForestIIIO Foraiu
Ihviit IIIO u f Iawrenrd Iawrlu V Co So Hnlph U T T4 Cutter Cuttoii
i Mnltl IIftt 111 Hoes II Ol t t Co Clarcnco Whitman WhitmanJrrc o oirfpcii DC DCrrrl
irfpcii rrrl liltmini A Co l U I L LI Bnutihei BnutiheiII Dnu her herI
I I II Ihuh ItluMIIPr iUhh > r Jt t Co Coia CoI
ia i IWi I t tli firm of Joseph Jo ph A Sweetsor Swteteerriiipncd A Co Cotnmfncod CorIDnclli
tnmfncod business In 1803 M3 Mr Geors Georsfi Gcor
fi I Snpit pI fr r and Mr J JJo Howard ard Hweetue Hweetueiiiiod 8weebprr11d RweetIIIId
iiiiod iitidrr tho tto firm name of Swrotfter Swrotfterin J JI <
in I II I In I lF M Mr Ir William A 0 Pembrook Join Joinill Joined JoinedIh jotneIIAfrm
ill IIAfrm firm when 1 hen It became becaneSweMser Sweetser Pembroo pembrookn
1 C i ami n it lit bin htl to o continued to the preset presetI preeent preeentIIt
IIt II
IItI I HN H 4p Mild Iid In LI the trade yesterday thn thnmbedy that thatn th thnb4y
mbedy n lxt doubted < tho ability ablllt of the concern concerto
to o p NY y nil its debts and a have a surplui surpluixr
xr a it > nmnHgement for half IL century ha haI haR haRIpn h
I Ipn 1 cw characterized by 11 conservatism m and it itby Its ItsrlS
rlS 1 by bad debts ha havo avo 1 beon less Icarhe thai thaihfjo than thanh
hfjo h e of most other houses of Its kind kindTh kindh kinTh
Th concern conc rn is capitalized at I a t flSOO0X flSOO0Xlindoil JIWOOOOtl 1IOOOO 1IOOOOdhido1
lindoil tl quail into common unil preferreifHar preferrearee preferrei prererrednres
fHar nres nresM areeAt <
fHarAt
M At the time of its incorporation which fol folIrmcd rollON fo fooNj
lON the death of George D Sweetsei Sweetseiof 8weet8ermO
> mO co of preferred stock was va offeredihe offered t tihe to tothe
ihe public by the Merchants Trust Com Companr Compan Corrpuny
puny pan which hich financed the matter Th Theld TIle TIleld Tbeld
eld ld partners who became directors and andlot i ilot a alot
lot of the employees took all the commo commolock commontock commostock
lock and the rest of tho preferred Th ThSweeper The TheRtlUoer TbRretFer
Sweeper family is understood to hae th thlargest the theJargP thMrgPaL
largest l Interest In this stock The pre preferred preerreod pr prferred
ferred stock is 0 per ccnf reri cumulative cumulativeJ
J Howard Sweetser was wMthe wa the preslden presldenot
ot r tb the company com companY r Ho died about four week weeka
co a The other direct directors ra are Joseph J ph 118ust1oc H Hflastod HBusted
Busted 8ust1oc J A Dingwall OttoJ Ot Otto J Frloel Her Herbcrt Herbert Herbett
bert Forrest YorrcstRobert st Robert Lockhart and Howard HowarPSnietser HowardI
I r PSnietser Sw ter Mr tockhart lrLockbarhald said lost IMtnllrht IMtnllrhtMIt Mtrdght9t night nightIt
MIt It will be for the Mockholdertodecjd Mockholdertodecjdtthather ntockholders t todectd todectdwhether cld cldThether
whether or not we shall go out of buslnoei buslnoeiIhe buslnCl3llThe bualnoaiIhe
Ihe concern Concern Is perfectly solvent and w whave we wehavo whavo
havo had the general run of business Th Thnotion The Thectlon Thictioa
notion taken today U largely on accoun accounof account accountr accouxiIf
of r Mr 11 Sweetsers death He was the active activbead activead actlvicad
bead ad or the business Whether we aha ahaontinuo shall shallontlnuo abaontinuo
ontinuo will 11 be determined later It wl wlImpend will willfJt11d wihpnd
Impend a great deal on the condition o oiiislncsH of of16In ousincee
iiislncsH 16In Ve ewanttobeon want to be on the thollnlo thoaafoide thoaafoideThat unto side sideThat sideTh
That Th t the condition of the business of th thmncom the theoncurn thnncorn
mncom lute not been n BMisfactory w wi was Wa WaIII
11 III i iiw statement made by Ralph L Cutter c ci or orI aI
i IS I Wortli Wort1lBtnoet bVOrt street who is one of tho commute commuteof
of r creditors Mr Cutter said that the lie houshart hous houshad househae
had been suffering this spring in common eommowith commonr commoth
with r th a lot of others othersWhen otherWhen othoraWhen
When Mr Swoetser Bwoet r dle tiled i a few week weekmo weekIIO
mo 0 he Mid 1 1 it it wan thought to be belt betteliquidate betlerIlttuldate beltilruidate
> liquidate than to search for anothe anothelicad anotherad anothehead
head ad for tlio concern There 1 1 not th thllRlitest the theli thligbtest <
llRlitest li htllIt doubt however jiowe Iowoer er that all the debtill debtvU debt
11111 ill be paid in b full and with a good chano chanoa
ft a surplus remaining I Like lke a lot o ot or orothlr orthpr
othlr t hep houses this spring the company ha harl hu huhle haIIfj
hle > rl difficulty in getting rid of goods on AC ACfount Crounl acrlInL
fount of the cold weather Most of tim thoaijifd thOle thOlelaJn timIand
aijifd laJn d as the committee were ere asked som somline aomeItOe somline <
line ago if they would auld consent oon ent to anslst I IiUidaion ii iiliquidation In Ini
liquidation i uiclltion although it wee not until thi thilirKtors the thediJ1octoI6 thiJfr5Ore
lirKtors mot today that such a policy waidefinitely wai walld waifIl3flIt5y
definitely d flnllely decided ui upon > on It ta one of th thf tho thole thi1ci <
1ci f le f big jobbing houses left and whether I till Iill it itUl
ill continue < or not is a matter of consider considerble coniLderible
ble lo doubt cJo But it it b abundantly rolventIs solvent olvents
Is t s a jobbing house Sweetser R petaer Pembrook PpmbrookIf i iCo 4
Co 0 has felt tho change > from oldtime oldtimeAuditions oldtimeIlditloM oldtimoiidttIon
Auditions and the tendency to eliminate eliminatehe e1imlnlltethe
the th < he jobber Job r and his proflto The firm ol olL of ofL o oA
L A Tiveedy A k Co gave up p for this reasor reeeorjit reasorj ree on onjul
j jul t a year ago It was stated by thai thaifirm thatfirm thaiflrn
firm at the time of its it dissolution that il ilhad It Ithad tihad
had plenty plenl of money In tact too much muchbut muchiTlf
but that there was no no profit In being t tmiddleman a amiddleman anlddlemn
middlemanMoit middlemanIolt middleman nlddlemnMoat
Moat Iolt of the business done by Swcotner SwcotnerPembrook wcotaarPernbrook CftlMlr CftlMlrPel11brook
Pembrook A Co has been In and urounc urouncNew uround urounde aroumew
New e ew York although it has bad account accountll accountiall l lall
all ll over the country A man acquainted acquaintedlth
lth the business of the concern estimated estimatedTMtwday f6t1 f6t1YlIterday LetIJadyterday
TMtwday that it t amounted to at leas leaMaocoxo leasWO000 100000tcroM
WO000 a year y The houw h ua baa boon beeiknown boonknown beerkn0
known for the conservatism conaenatLlnoC jot its credldepwtment credit creditIeputment credillepaztment
depwtment and bad a minimum of lossei losseifrom 1000srrom loesorem
from rem bad debtn It ban ha hundred of cm cmployees empJoees ernPlOyee
ployees and andeemen salesmen all over the country countryTOREK countryrHHEB countryTflIWX
TOREK YOUNG RUNAWAYS RUNAWAYSard BUN U5 U5IIIV
IIIV > < ard Prom Alnf AlolI the Mnt IADtODe One To Took Tucklbs k
lbs 108 From Hb flu Mother Trunk TrunkTwiyearold TnlnkTNlyearold unk unkTenyearod
Twiyearold Aloyslua McOrath baa been beening beenmIs61ng beenroiseing
mIs61ng ing from his home at 217 West 143d 143dfwt 143dZe6t 1 1bo
bolnce < fwt Ze6t Bince Monday April W 2 When ben the thetoy thefaIled
toy bo boyfalted filled to tocome come home that night a search searchaiwlcfted B8rohdl aoarohdla
dla dl aiwlcfted cl llOd that IOS was 91 missing from Mrs MraOrutha
MoGraths lcQr Orutha tha trunk trunkounnMcOrathran trunkounlt trijn trijnoung
ounnMcOrathran ounlt McGrath cOnuhnin ran away awaywllh with two older olderHAM
110 boy HAM WIUle Miii MiiiWWest Pickelt 1 years of 249 24118 Eighth oJghthlIe
aTuIe lIe and Frank M Zilocourt Court J8 rears or orUIJl8t of138th
WWest UIJl8t I3 l38th th Btroet Itreet10ung atroetO9n
loun lounMrf 10ung O9n Pickett was a favorite with the
Klr ZrIa l In in hLe hI neighborhood A bout ten da days daysa
agrdQOnlllittl a c ltttl girlreoelTod girt roocived aa a a ouvenlr postal ta1
Ca card from him posted In AooD Mbaoy A few few0r
tl1 0r 11ater ia another girl got got one mailed at atda
da 8l0 0 while whl another arrived from Chl Qilcago go
an a II fourth w wee sent from rom St Louis
One little girl namedVora namii Yore Day IlOOlved
a dt W41pr tn young Pickett Mylnlr McGrath
an dMcCourt utf1 urt and nd he had run away together togetherI
I Mrf Wroth 91Ulh1 < rath he said hod Sloe 108 which his mother motherw
11 l w TtI2 en 111m ij and he and Mc Jourt < Cach CachI h hJ
J Ln In n nIthe Ithe ti letter Pickett said he and MoCourt MoCourtx
1iad left the McGrath boy x > y bcoau because a h he was waai w wastrnatl
too ° hI11a1 Pickett told i a great tale of ad adnrw
fltr hlm and aid he had lOt a Sob as con conherttiI
herttiI nrw P tlal m mlJSM IflPaaeager < ner r bo boy > to President
SSI id R rruncis of ihe worlds fair fairtaiMtrei tairtL
t tL rtt aald 110 held the Job two days and
rltI1 qu It ItIbt
Ibt 1a DIIoII 1UC114 taiMtrei a u an n 111
Aft
tP1 tP1Aft
I ANTIDOTE FOR 011 SNAKE fliT fliTSure RITE RITEHure 1IIl1liure
Sure Cure ur for Rattler Potion PoIg n UUoovorr UUoovorrby U Vlrfd Vlrfdby
by a Japanese IPOONII e Physician PhysicianWAHIIINOTON PbIlllnW PhysicianVAiHIINaTON
WAHIIINOTON W AtlIIINCJTON May lO JOIt lt w WAIt < u announce announcetonight announoed announoedtonlght announotonlght
tonlght at the annual banquet of th thAssociation tho thooclotlon tiscciation
Association oclotlon of American 1hynlolans tlu tluon that thatIUI tiaai
on the result of researches by IJyDr Dr Noguuof Noguul Noguulof oguohlor
of Japan working under a grant from tli tliCarnogin tho thoCarnoilB ti tiCarnegie
Carnegie Institution a positive1 po ltlv antldot antldotfor IUlUdotofor antidofor
for rattlesnake ratU 8nnko venom hud been dlscoA dlscoAcred dlICovcredo dis o oered
credo credoTho
credTho Tho announcement innounremellt wast made by DiB Di DrS D
B WtIr Llr Mitchell of Philadelphia who roe roea read reada reaa
a letter 1tft r from Dr Noguchl who Is noat noi noiat noW noWat
at the Scrum rum Institution In Copenhagen Copenhagerwhere Copenhagenwhere Copenhageiwhore
where he Ie has been making Ills reaearchofor reaearcho researchlJllfor reaearoiufor
for the pant several months From th thimuro the thenaturo t tnauro
imuro naturo of the announcement it I ii > > believe believeby beUeedby believaby
by the physicians who were present thn thnhe that thatthe thithe
the he scrum whloh Dr Noguchl says ho lia liadl5covered hM hMducoered ludIicovered
dl5covered will prove to bfl of great vulu vuluIn vultlii alue alueIn
In human therapeutics therapeuticsThe
The fact that t the ho announcement of tho dig digcovory dlllcoory dl dlcovery
covory was made by Dr Mitchell Is of par partlciilor portlcullU paiticibu
tlciilor Interest as moro than forty yearago year yearsogo yoaiago
ago tho latter worked long and unsuc unsuccessfully unauoCOIIllrullv unaucosafully
cessfully on the problem that has ha been beeisolved been80h00 beesolved
solved by Dr Noguchl NoguchlThe XORuchlThe NoguchiThe
The letter to DrMltchell from the theJapanei theJapaneiphysician Japones Japonesphysician JapanMoph
physician ph lIlclan did not contain a great man mandetails many manydetails mandetails
details hut said that the scrum had bee beeobtained been beenobtained beeobtaIned
obtained from the blood of goats oats and coolprobably could couliprobably couldprobahlr
probably be secured as well from Horace Horaceo horseeIlIIln
o IlIIln In the case of aerums in use u at present presentIn
In U Noguchls experiments he foun founHint round roundthnt founthat <
Hint guinea pigs that had received in injectlorw inJectlolUl irjectiom
jectlorw of rattlesnake poison up to twelv twelvtimes twelvetlmf1 twelvtimee
times the amount necessary necessar to produoloath produo produoedNLth producdnath
loath and had then received injection injectionof
of the anticrotalia scrum experienced n nevil no noevil nevil <
evil effects from the potion poLaonDr poJonDr potionDr
Dr Noguchi nfo nOO believe that this dli dlicovery dlicovery I II
covery will lend shortly to tho discover discoverof dlscoery dlscoeryoC
I of serums for other poisons pol one and that thatwill i iwill It I Iwill
will not be long before the gemma serumawtll will b bplaced be b bplaced i iplaced
placed on the market particularly in r rglons re reglons I IgloM
glons where hero the rattlesnake Ill ttle nnke is always alwaysfactor i ifactor 1 i iCaotor
factor to be reckoned with withMVRFHY withUURPHI Ith I I1WRlHI
I IOppotltlon
MVRFHY ELECTION UNANIMOU rJNAXIiiOWOppoMilon UNANIMOUOpposition AJJ 1I0US II I
Opposition to the Tammany Leader Nam NamDle NamDies
Dies 01 In the hr Catholic flab flabLeader ClubLeader 1ubleadlr
Leader Charles F Murphy wan elected electedla electednight electedlat
lat la t night to membership membtn tlp in tho Catholli CatholliClub CatholioClub CatholliChili
Club According to Justice Gilsgerich Oi gerich presl presldent pT08ldent president
dent of the club Sir Ir Murphys eleotloi eleotloiwan eleotloraM I IUI
wan UI unanimous It wa reported that thatthere thatthere i ithere
there was opposition to Mr Murphys Murphysname I Ina111e
name a few week ago when ho was weeposed pro proposed ¬ I
posed for membership and that soon after afterhis ollerhis afteihis
his name appeared on the club bulletin bulletinboard bulletinbolUl bulletinboar4
board as a candidate for election It was wasscratched wasscratched ILS ILSscratched
scratched offforsome off for some unexplained reasonJuatice reason reasonJustice reMOnJustice
Justice Giegerich denied lost night thai thaiMr thaMr i i1I1r1lurphys
Mr 1I1r1lurphys Murphys name had overcome over come formal formalbefore forznalibefore
before the club clubOther clubOther clubOther fOrrnnllYI
Other members elected were Bisho BishoThomas Bishop BishopTholl1J18 BihoiThomas
Thomas F Io Cusack C J Kinlay Vincent VincentMellany VincentMellany VincenMellany
Mellany Owen Plunkett George S Col Colline Cotlins
line James J HIckey William J Martin MrUnWilliam MartinWilliam HarUnWilliam
William C Daley Capt Pierce Ambrose AmbroseMurphy AmbroReMurphy AmbrcaiMurphy
Murphy of West Point and seven non nonresident nODreeldent nonresident
resident members membersTOOK membersTOOK memboraTOOK
TOOK SANE WOMAN FOR FORLUNATIC FORLUNATICIt LUNATIC LUNATICSit
Sit It vernon eraon Detective Wire Has Trouble TroubleConvincing TroubleCollyii1etn Troubhonthieln
Convincing onthieln mate taIe IfMpltal pltat Nome NomeMOUKT NoneMOUNT NawseMouwr
MOUNT VERNoN May 10 1OMra Mrs George GeorgeD GeoreD
D Atwell wife of cia a detective of the Mount MountVernon MountVernon MountVernon
Vernon police department is ill at ai her homibecause home homebecaUIIO homebecnuae
because a nurse from rom the Hudson River RlveiState RiverSl4te ThveiState
State Hospital for the Insane at Poughkeep Poughkeepale I Iale
ale mistook her for a lunatlo today and andendeavored anc ancendeavored I Iendeavored
endeavored to take her to the lie asylum asylumMrs asylumMrs
Mrs Atwoll fought the nurse for half at athour anI anhour azhour I
hour and with the help of John Dillon t tboarder a aboarder sboarder
boarder and Mrs rs Milen A neighbor suc snoceeded succeeded IIUeceeded ¬
ceeded in convincing the nurse that it was waia wasca waa
a case of mistaken identity identityBergt IdentityBergt identityBergt
Bergt Clarke found a colored woman womanLulu womanLulu womanLulu
Lulu Hartless wandering the streets ol olthe ofthe cithe
the olty last Saturday The woman wai waitalking ll8atalking waitalking
talking to tohplllelr herself and appeared insane insaneShe lnaaneShe insaneShe
She was taken to Police Headquarters and andlater aDdlaler andlater
later removed to the Mount Vernon Hos Hospital HOIIpital Ifospita ¬
pital pitalDetective pitalDetective
pitaDetective Detective Atwell appeared before Court CourtClerk CourtClerk CourtClerk
Clerk Collins yesterday ye terday and made a com complaint coinplaint complaint ¬
plaint against the woman so that Judge JudgeBennett JudgeBennett JudgeUennett
Bennett could appoint a oommlaalon to toinquire toInquire toinquire
inquire into her sanity Dr George C CWeiss CWelse I IWeiae
Weiss and Police Surgeon Vanpatten ex examined oxamined ¬ I
amined the Hart Hartle less woman today and de declared df didared ¬ i ieland
eland her insane insaneThe insaneThe I
The authorities at tho Hudson River State SLatsHoepital StateHospital 8tntH08pllnl
Hospital for the Insane were w were re telegraphed telegraphedto
to send a nurse after the patient This after afternoon afternoon ¬ I Inoon
noon a nurse from the asylum arrived In InMount inMount I IMount
Mount Vernon and of aflllr tor receiving rf > thorommitment tho thocommitment thlcommitment
commitment papers from Clerk < Iork Collins Collinsstarted Collinsstarted
started for Detective Atwells home The Thenun ThenUnd Thenurtei I
nun nUnd mistook the lie name of tho ho complainant complainantfor <
for that of the patient patientWhan JIIltlontWhon pationtWhen
When the nun nllrl > reached the Atwell home homeshe llomeBhe homeshe
she Inquired If Mrs Atwell Uwe1l1lM tweli was there Mrs MrsAtwell MrsAtwell MreAtwell
Atwell answered anllwer the doorbell doorbellHurry doorbellHurry rloorbehllIuriy
Hurry up and dress yourself your eU You Youhave Youhave Youhave
have to go to the hospital with me said the theTo thenuJ88 thenurse
nurse nuJ88To nurseTo
To the hospital said Mrs Atwell AtwellYou Atwe1You AtwehlYou
You must be mistaken mlstakenHUiTy mistakenHurry mlstalcenHurry
Hurry upnow up n01l naid tho nurse I want wantJut wantto wanto
to o catch t 110 next train from fromJust Y on frs frsJwotf
Jut then John Dillon a boarder came camein cameIn camein
in in He tried to persuade the nurse that a amistake amill ambitako
mistake mill take bad been made but she he Insisted Insistedthat InelatKithat Insistedthat
that there the re hadnt Dillon ran out of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and tried to reach Detective Atwell Atwellat
at police headquarter Being informed informedthat Informedthat Informedthat
that he was at court In White Plains he hecalled hecalied hecalled
called up and told tile detective what was wasgoing WMgoIng wasfoing
going on Atwell hastened home but butwhen butwhen butirhen
when he reached there the nurse who had haddiscovered haddla hadHacovered
dla discovered vered her mistake had gonaSUXD4 gona goneSUNDAY gonaSUo
SUNDAY SUo D J ItASEttALL ItASEttALLMinister ntsEltLLUnlstrr IL4SLIi4LLUlnistrrl
Minister Call at IMitrlct I Attorneys AttoIe OBlce OBlceIn OlileeIn Otileehi
In Brooklyn BrooklynTho DrookJynTho UrookiynThe
Tho Revs A W Byrt H W Burg Burgwin Burgwin Burgcin
win and C S Williams representing tho thoBrooklyn thoBrooklyn tholrooklyn
Brooklyn and Long Island Methodist Epis Episoopal Epiaopal Epleeopa
opal preachers called at the office of Dis District DLtrlct Dirid ¬
trict rid Attorney Clarke in Brooklyn yes yesterday YI yeserday ¬
terday afternoon ri i hey were accompanied accompaniedby acom lt
wrdayatemoon b by iT tho counsel courl for the UleBtte State Sabbath Bba Ob OhIer Observance ObsMa ¬
servance Ier anoe Society and all hands discussed discussedistont discUssedhe
sMa the he question Ilety oC Sunday unday banl baseball with IU AI As Aslatent
eistt latent District DItlot Attorney Afome Euer EuerCapt IUer IUerCapt EIierCapt
Capt Miles UN OReilly OReiy of the Ralph Ralp avenue avenuetat aenue aenueatatln avenuetatlon
tatlon tat Ion joined tile ministers with several severalitlzens severalltizen vrall vrallcitzns
atatln Joine II
itlzens who complained of a a game gae played playedant plyoo plyooIMt
citzns IMt ant Sunday at Macon 1pn street IItret and Saratoga Saratogaivenuo SaratogaLvenuo tga tgaaenue
ivenuo It was decided to make a tent tentlose lt ltCI
I mae
lose of this game and the matter ratter was wal laidefore laid laideforo li
CI bolor > eforo Magistrate Magilltrat Dooley sitting liltng In the theAdorns theAda theLdams
Adorns street court Ho Issued Ieo summonses summonsesor IwmOI
Ada ltrt
for him or several IVlm today todayIANCEK todayFUNCE todayrIANCZPJ of the Ue players pla1 to appear app before beforeilm bro brohim bctortim
IANCEK NURSES DYING DllG MAN MANrllevue MANiplievue VAND
D rllevue lee Oowlp Golp It I That MlM Il J Holmes HomN Wee Watte Wuto Weeto
to HaT Hare Married Itarlt Dr P McCarthy McCarthyDr Ho
Dr Joseph Jopb F McCarthy Mch of YonJr YonJrbo Yo Yon3ierirho e ewbo
wbo bo ban b office ofo at 137 East Et Fortythird Fortythirdtreot ortylr
treot thU tht thi olty la I dying in B Blevo Bellevuo llevuo Hea Heats J Mo MolutI ¬
pltl atr lutI from cerebrospinal brplnl IDolngltls meningItIs Re Reas
ba ts been In the hospital h0lta since III AprU 28 28Dr 2 s sDr
Dr ben McCarthy U I In the Townsend T01d oct ootige ct octISO
Mc
ISO and has for his h nurse HIM Jessica Jekslotinee Jessicajobnes
te H jobnes a an a b asUtant tt in i 1 the te Bellevua Blee Train Trainng T Traing
Ing ng g School The other U nurses Du had It laat laattight J k kIght
nllh 1r tight narrr thL that t fcto BUTM BW Dr D T McCarthy J wa w was ep ogagd to tonarrr to1r tosrry
HOOLEY ARRESTED ARRESTE FOR FRAUD FRADK FRAUD1lISI
K 1lISI < ilHill Isil PROMOTER PROJfTER FIXALL FIXALLII lINtUllml uIV4 LL LLIdINIS
lml IdINIS I JV JAII JAIIIJ I4II I4III
II IJ J 1 Lawson With Ith Him Imot himGot Got Honey IOlt IrorA Iror IromA ErolA
A J Paine PIne to Float Joat a KlberUn lbelan Col ColMine Gold GoldIne 001Silas
Mine Ine Company Cr Coipsny4Iooty nYIOo Ilooley a nil Pita FlgnrIn Fe FeIn Pitain
In RnglUh Enlllh Attain Six Yearn ar Aid AidSpictal ti tiSpsctoJ In InspIna
Spictal spIna CtMi Ca Deipottli np w to THE T Suf SufLONDON SUI Su SuLONDON
LONDON LNOI May 1ay 10 101rn0t 10Ernest Ernest Terah Hooley Hooleythe lole lolethe Ifoolo Ifoolothepromoter
thepromoter the promoter promtr who out a 0 wide swath In Uifinancial th thfinancial to tofnncal
financial fnncal world word a few years yoa ago and H HLawson J JLawaon JLw
Lawson Lw n Another company promoter promotlr wer werarrestod wo cr crarrested
arrested alto this morning mornlnp charged chagN with con consplraoy consplray cotHpiraoy
splraoy splray to defraud Alfred J Paine a vlot vlotuallor vlotualler violualor
uallor uallorItumors ualorEwnors
uallerRmol Itumors Rmol of tim prosecution prosecuton of Hoolo Hoolohavo Hooloy Hooloyrne Hoolohave
have rne lx l iwcn > cn n current ctrnt for tho past plt year I Iwas I Iwas I
was only last I t nlgRt nlgli at the instance InsUno of tb tbTreasury tbe tbeTrasur tbTreasury
Treasury Trasur that n 1 warrant was wal issued issuedHooley Isue IssuecRode7
Hooley was W arrested arrte early in tho mornlni mornlniby momlDgby morninby
by Inspector Froost FrOt In his apartment aparmenl nt thiAlbemarle thi thoAlbemle thAlbenjarle
Albemarle Albemle Hotel HotelTlio HotelTlio otel
Tlio 110 report of the arrest Mrt created ortd greo greoexcitement grt grtexoltement greaexcitement
excitement exoltement and the Bow Dw Street StrltCurt Court wai waithronged 1as 1asthrongod wathronged
thronged when the case tue came ce up this thl after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon
noon It D Muir who was prosecuting prosecutingdescribed prosoutlnf prosooutIndescribed
dorlb described Booby as I an undlschargw undlschargwbankrupt undlsharje undiachargebankrupt
bankrupt conducting conductng busIness buslne In I his hi wife wlfoiname wlrosnme wifename
name nme When Hooley Holey met the th complainant complainantPaine complllnl complllnlPaino complainantPaino
Paino ho claimed climed Intimacy Intma with tho Czar Czariprivate Czrs Czrsprivate Czarprivate
private cabinet cblnct from which he obtained obtainedconecealon i iconcession a aconctulon
concession conctulon of gold fields feld 8000 80 square luare mile mlleiin mie mileIn
in extent out of whloh rlioh the tie Czars Czrs privet prlvnticabinet prlvlte prlvlteoblnet privetcabinet
cabinet oblnet had extracted extICtI 20000000 00 In gold goldPaine goldPaine old oldPalne
Paine bought bght 4000 40 shares for 111000 111000This IOOt IOOtThis I OOO OOOThil
This Thil was wa the beginning bgining of a long tapping tpping ol olPatnes or orPaines o oPaines
Paines puree e for fC enterprises onterpr which thi thiprosecution thoproouton tbprosecution
prosecution proouton asserts alrl were w re entirely entlrl worthless worthlessMulr worhlO worthIesMuir
Muir asserted lPre In conclusion cnolulon that Hooey Hoolojnnd Hooeynnd Rooleand
nnd Lawson Lwen had ha clearly olly oonspired conpir to defrauc defraucPalno drfrlud drfrludPae defrauPaine
Paine Pae who had been bn endeavoring edevorDI to recovei recoveihis r recovehihi er erhis
his money for some lome tune tie This prosecution prosecutionhowever prouton proutonhoweer prosecutionhowever
however was directed direte In the public publo interest interestalone Interst Interst1one IntereslLlone
alone aloneXo lLloneNo
1one
Xo o defence doteno w TiM entered entere Hooleys Hoolys coun counsel counsel counset ¬
sel Avory asking for a remand of o a a a week weekwhich weekwhich eek eekwhich
which watt wal granted gto Ball Bl was wa fixed txe in I thecase the thot tinense
case < t of Hooley at X8000 A80 and in that of Law Lawson Lw Lwen Laweon
son en at 4000ITooley 4000 4000Hooley 0 0Holey
Hooley Holey is II now 40 o years old Wben in
1807 1817 he was W8 at the tbi height hllgbt of his hl careei careeias carer carerI careeas
I as a promoter prmoter and was credited crell with being beingworth big bigworth beingworth
worth 130000000 1000 he gave gvo the following followingbrief foUoblgbrief foUowiiiibrief
brief review of his career careerI car carMI
MI I cannot cnot say sy that I was wa ever what you youwould youwould yotwould
would call cl a poor pr man Some Sme people pple I Iknow IIow Iknow
know Iow have hav an I Idea Id that tht I was one month monthin 10nt
in a back bk street Bleet and ad the next in i a I palace palaceThat plao plaoThat palaceThat
That is altogether altgthtr wrong I came ce from afamily a afamily 8 8famiy
family famiy of Nottingham Nottgha lace la manufacturers manufacturersand muaturers muaturersad
and ad when whe I was n 2 my mother loft lef me
35000 O Since Sic then I have hav lived 10 at the therate therate thdrate
rate of notleas Dotle notie than than throe thr thousand thoUd a year yearwhich yea yeawhloh yearwhich
which oould ooud hardly hdly be b called c1 poverty pverty I Istarted Isl Istarted
stock broker in Not Xottingham Nottlnghsm
sl started business busin8 afl U a stk Not Nottgha
tingham tgha and ad for some sm time tim made mad 20000 C2000CI 20000a O Oye
a year ye yea As A stock Itok broker I got Into In t touch touchwith toh toh1lth touchwith
with 1lth a a large connection cneton of very vry rich peo peole po pople peopie
pie > le I scoured surod arg their confidence ontldec and ad they theylave the thehaTe theyhave
haTe lave been bn the to great gt factor factoi in i the te success successif ICO ICOof
of if the t ti big scheme Ihme I have hve since lo carried carriedbrough ci carriedthrough
through When Whe I i iwue Ue a company cmpn I do dolot donot < o onot
not tU rely rl altogether aUAste onthe ontotde on the outolde public publicny pbUo pbUomy publloray
ny own 0 circle controls otl between btw betwe fifteen ftn and andwenty andtwt andtwenty
millions and its Bupport apport insures a athing athing
twt twenty mllol ed l e ethe
thing the going ol It I ls a fact fat of which I make makeno mao maono
friends share of ofmy ormy ofray
no secret Irt that t1t these the get gt a 1
my profits profitsWhile profl profItsWhlie
While Whie in Nottingham ottngha I had to do with withthe wIthtbe wilinthe
the initial iiial steps of starting some lore companies companiesand companie companieand
and I saw sw that tht the promoters promotr mode me greatprofits great greatprofits grt grtprfl
profits prfl I asked Ike myself myelr why I should Ihould not notdo notdo notdo
do this thl work Then a friend brought to tomy tomy tomy
my notice Humber Humor shares shaTs which at that thattime thatte thatLime
time notc were despised dCld at 5X 5 I looked loked into intothem Intothm intothem
te them thm was W satisfied te that they tOY had a future futureand futu futua futuremd
and bought bou ht largely IUlly till tl the shores l went up upto upto upo
a to o 24K 24 > Then I reconstructed ronstnlcted the com company cm cmpany cornpanT ¬
pany making mIking a0 345000 out of the deal dealOther del delOthr dealDther
Othr Other cycling cclig schemes schemB followed the te biggest biggestbeing blnet blnetbeing biggestLelng
being the Dunlop Iunlop tire deal I bought Dun Dunlops Dunlopa Dunopa
lops opa outright outrgh te for three thr millions mlloM and sold soldthem soldthem soldhem
them to t the present prcuentcompanyfor rnt company cmy for five fiveOther Ih8Othcr fiveOther
Other big deals dll followed folow the public pubo being beingHooley bin beingflooley
and pouring its into intosvory Intoevory intovory
Hooley iIoly mad ad pouing It money
svory scheme ebml m he floated Aot But though thoughthere thouchthere thoughhere
there was wa merit in I many mny of the companies companiesovercapitalization compaies compaiesoorpltnUzlon companiesvorcapitallzation
oorpltnUzlon overcapitalization prevented prent a satisfactory satisfactorydivision flAtfatr satisfactorylivIsion
division of profits proft and ad the Ue public publo began gan towithdraw to towithdraw towihdrw
wihdrw withdraw Its support Hooley was finally finallyForced 6nl final finalcreed
Forced into the bankruptcy bkrpty court courtThen curt curtTn courtThen
forc Then began the series IriM of revelations revelationsthat rvelatlol rvelatloltha revelationshat
tha that Tn involved InolvO so 10 many mn of th Ue the British Brith aria aristocracy a ariaocracy ¬
try tocracy who ho had sold lold to Hooley the tle use of oftheir oCteir ofheIr
their names nmN in connection connecton with his oem ootnjanierf 011 011panle oemanie4
panle teir janierf Lords Lr Orevllte Orvll Warwick Wunlok Saylieo Savlle SavlleDo SvUe SvUeDo
Do o LaVTa La LaWarrand a rr r and Albemarle Abmle were wer wernarnong among those thosementioned tlo tloJlntol1c thosunentIoutd
mentioned and their denials cenlllls of Hooleys Hooleysjhargrai Hooleyohlrg Booleyshargs
Jlntol1c
ohlrg jhargrai were not nt accepted Opte with much con conJdencw condeno conIdence
Jdencw deno by the ie duped dup public Hooley Uoly also alsolold alsoold o otold
told how ho hud ha paid pod large lg sums su to get getinto getInto getnto
into the exclusive oxclulte Carlton Carlon Club and how howhe howa
he 10 a bad drown d1 his hi check cek for l 50000 O OOO to pay payor payor payfor
for or b one Oe of the t Queens Quen jubilee Jubil baronetcies baroaetcifffhloh baronetlN baronetlN1IhlO baronetciesrhiob
1IhlO ffhloh he didnt ddnt get t That Tt check cek was re reurned reo reotumo icurnd
urned to him himThe himTe himThe
tumo The announcement of the formation fonnaton ofhe of ofhe ofthe
anouncmnt o te
the he Te Siberian Blbr Gold Mine Company which hloh Is Ishe i Ishe
the he cause of Hooloys present plnt arrest arret was wasnado WI WImdo wasriado
mdo nado 0 in WOO 11 It I was 1 declared declare that Hooley Hooleyould Hooleywould Rooleyould
would ould soon lon again be on top and would woulday wouldpay wouldlay
pay > ay all allllLs his creditors creditorsANT critrs critrsWtNr creditorsVANT
WtNr ANT AN 8TH AVKNUE IU SVItWAV SVItWAVest SUI1W4Jrest UIYA UIYANt
rest est Unit El Transit TD 1 League Lpe for fe That Tat Route Routend Rute Ruteand Routesnd
and nd Metropolitan M tropla Control C ntrot ef e t It ItThe I IT IiThe
The West Wct End Rapid Rlpld Transit Trnit Association Associationt aolaUon aolaUonat
at t T a meeting metng held last lat night at the th Fifth Fifthvenue FIrh FIrhAvenue FifthLVCUUe
Avenue venue Hotel Hotl decided deided to send snd a committee committeeb commtt
to b 0 the public bearing to be held tomorrow tomorrowjy tomorrow tomorrowby
heoR
by the pblo Rapid Transit TJlt Commission Cormslon on the tholew thenew thelow
jy y UM Rpid
new tunnel plans pll to urge carrying carin the thewxt thenext theext
under Eighth avenue instead insteadf
next subway IbwllY Eghth Intad Intador
or > If f Seventh Sventh avenue avelU6 as a has 1M been bon recom recomnended recommende recomaencled
mende nended by the Commissions Comnilon committee committeein committeeonl
in plan and scope scopeiilanlon KCCpe KCCpeThe scopeThe
onl The delgoton delegation will i pint point out to tm the Com Commlion CornlssIon
iilanlon that Eighth avenue would be a anore amor atore
mlion tore desirable Ehth route because boaul at ateoma eome futuremo future futureime futur
rt
deirabl
mor ime mo the road rod can cn bo b continued tontlued from Thirty Thirtyourth Tlry Tlryfourth Thirtyurth
fourth street Itrt where hpr it is II proposed prop to t turn turnt turnIt turnOXtb
It t across OXtb town to Lexington avenue enuoJ In a of aItrl5bt atraight
traight a line to Harlem and The Jron bronx bronxSeventh
Itrl5bt I f Seventh Bontb 1M avenue 111n1 U i decided clldf on o It would wold woldbA woulda 1 1ei
bA ei necessary nrfr In extending extnding to make a n curve curvet cuneat
at t I Flftvninth nl th street streetThe i iThe
tt ttThe
The Fi nelEgntion delegation will 111 F ray y that It 11 Its organi organiation orani oraniztion organlttion
ztion ation favors faor the Metropolitan Metropoltn building buidng tho thooad thoroa thead
oad ad because beal of the transfer halsors that tbt com comany complluy cornany
roa offer offerLI offerOLDIXR
plluy any can c oler olerSLDIERTHIlEI
SLDIERTHIlEI OLDIXR > LI > IKRS THREE AMARCBlNa AMARCBlNai
D i nd d on O Foot Fo fw Bt Leu L LooM With Wtb Ever Everthing E Every Everything
thing IbnEep Except a Band BandThree ad adT asdThree
Three members membt of the Fourteenth Fourntb Regi Regilent RegiLent Rll Rllmet
met lent T of Brooklyn Brokly In heavy bev marching marchingrder mh marchingrdor
rder each eob carrying thirtyeight tYbt pounds poundsf pud pudot
ot f r equipment cg started Ir yesterday from fromhe rrm rrmt frome
eupmt Yr
t he e City cu Hall Hl to t march mh to St St Louis Lu Theyr They Ty Tya
Charles Martnus and andter and1111am
a r e Henry Bet Wllkenjng WUcl Chle Mue ad adWUI
WUI 1111am Butt Hutton Ty They wor wore th the rnon rnonki regulation regulationtiaki
tiaki Mayor Moell McClellan gave t them a ar attmr
ki ttmr ter r of Myr Introduction IrucUen to the Mayor arr of StDUlL St State S
DUlL ate They Ty hopa b to make me the t Joun J Journey Journeytxty r riitf YMty
Mty iitf dy thty 1o carry their tl own ow tent tentith tt ttwie tentithseotlonal
ith ithseotlonal ectional c t tt tEta W and will obtenr ob din 1
wie tT 117 r rWOU eguIedoets t l < loB en e n the t march m mar b
AMERICAN lRnC tini AanycTEuTain AB1WCIlD AB1WCIlDTale AanycTEu 8JIFVTII
Tale TII 0 of r a Young OUDI Georgia Gear Sln 1111 Singrp ri Advr Advrlure Advrtur dn dnt
lure t tur ue In n Parli ParliUpictat Pri Prip Paris1 Paris11pica1
Upictat p CaUt Cal Dispatch Dup It I THE Til SON SONIXJNDOK SunLonDoN
LonDoN 101 May ay 11 1 ITho 1 The Paris P ri8corpond ri8corpondlnt correiponi correiponinnt correaponint
nnt lnt of the tle Dally Hail 141 relate relte a remorkab remorkabadventure remrkable remrkableadenturo remarkatadventure
adventure which whlh he Bay sY befell brel an utnamed ut unname uinamed
named name American Amercan woman 1om who ll went wet t tParis t I IParis
Paris Parll from London Lndon a fortnight fornlsht ago 10 to toNlnglng act acta se sea
a dinging engagement epl8mnt engag mant She Bie lsdwcrlbns 18 lsdwcrlb jleecrlbas dec decas
as being bing 2G years yers old good go looking 100kJ an ana Ind Inda ara
a native of Georgia GeorgiaTho Glrl GlrlTho GeorgiaThe
Tho correspondent cOlpondnt say s1 that soon son aft aftishe aCtr aCtr8he aftshe
she arrived arre In Paris Parill she he m met t a woalti woaltiman wealtlman ely elym
man m whom hom sho Itad knqwn knQW in Londoi LondoiHo Londo LondoHo LondoRe
Ho proposed p opoae marriage mrrilge to her but she Ihe rt rtfused re refl r rfused
fused fl to wed him She said the Intended intcndeto Intendedto intcndto
to return to London Lnd n 8h Sh She consents consentshowever con consentehowever ted tedhowevlr
however howevlr to make mar an excursion nouJiol Into tt ttcountry the thecounlry Ucountry
country with Mm J m In his hil automobile automobileThey automobie automobieThey automobileThey
They wont to a village viage beyond brond Veraallli Veraallliand Verlt Verltad Vorsailland
and ad alighted alght at a 1 house She entered enteredroom entr enteredroom a arom
room rom but when she tried triec to leave leve she Ihe four fountho found foundthe fourthe
the door looked Her calls o1 for help wei weiunanswered weunanswered
unanswered unanler She was WI forced lor to remal remalin remi rema remain
in II the to place pl for three thr days day when whe she Ihe escape escapefrom eecapfrom
from a window and started tard as a she believe bellevafor bleved blevedfor believefor
for Paris Pars on foot footShe lootSha footShe
She had ha only a little lte money mOMyand and reaohe reaoheDreuxtwentyfive reaohcDreuxtwentyfivo
Dreuxtwentyfive Dreuxt1lentyfve miles mies distant dlstt pennlles pennllesShe pnnUe pnnUeShe pennliesShe
She asked Mkl for assistance aLetc and ad was ws direct directto drected drectedt
to t the Mayor who referred rCer her to othi othiauthorities other otherluthorltc othiauthorIties
to tt ttcorrespondent the thecorpndent ftcorrespondent
authorities luthorltc The latter tllter according aorig
correspondent corpndent gave her aocommodatlo aocommodatloin aomodaUon aomodaUonI
in I the local loc jail jailThence Jai jailThence
Thence Thenc she sie wrote mt to OonsulQenen OonsulQenenOowdy ConsulGeneeOowdy
Oowdy Gowy who sent lent a 0 representative rprnttn wh whprocured who whoprocr irhprocured
Tb Tbrepresentative The Therpresnttve TIrepresentative
procured procr her immediate imei release rele
representative rpresnttve escorted Ocored her to Paris Pa whoa wheisite whBe whBeshe whoaabe
site was wa placed pl in a public instltutlo instltutlopending Inittion Inittionpndin institutlopending
pending pndin the conclusion of arrangement anement t tsend to toend I Isend
send end her he back to the United Unt States StatesEDtSON Btte BtteEDJSON SuitesEDISON
EDISON GETS nE1S HI HU WEARING WEARINGThe EnNO EnNOTe
The President on Application OverrnU OverrnUPatent OverrDhPatent
Te Prullnt ApUcUen OnraN OnraNten
Patent ten CommlMlener Cmmllone Alien AlltnWABHUWTOK Alen AlenWmNoTK AlienWASJUNOT0It
WABHUWTOK WmNoTK May My 10 10Plldont 10President Prwldont Reese Rooscvelt Reesevelt
velt elt recently rnly overruled ovele Patent Patnt Commie Commiesloner Comla Comlasloner Commiiabner
sloner Allen Alen in a cam C8 In which wh h Thomas Tm ThomasEdlaon A AEdison A AEson
Edison ia intonated and nd directed that thefrir thaMr thatMr
i lutert drt
Eson
Mr Allen oon give Ive a hearing hern to t Mr Edlsor Edlsorwhich Fsonwhch F4isoiwhich
whch which had been bn denied dened him himMr hm hmMr himMr
Mr Edison Eon made mae application some It Urn Urnigo Ume Umeago Urnago
ago for a patent on o a device devc to be use usen useIn
In n connection connecton ptnt with wt his hs storage storae batterj batterjrhlch battr battr1IWh batter batterwhich
the world woul woulfivolutlonize woulrevolutionize
1IWh which he has ha assured Ir word 10uld 10uldrevolutoz
revolutoz revolutionize the use of electricity eletcty Annther An Anithcr Another
other Inventor Invento who was w working oring alonj alonjhe alonthe
the he same ee lines lne also ao bid b an a appllcatioi appllcatioiending appUcaUonpnding appllcatlopending
ending and according aorJ to Edisons EIBona at atorney attorner atorneys
pnding was permitted to withdraw hi hippllcatlon hippUcation
torner orney 1 prt t h htppUOtOD
ppllcatlon and ad insert Iner In It substanUall substanUallbe aubttaly aubttalyt
tppUOtOD
t be same a claims clm mode by Edison Eon in i hi hiapcrs ba bappor hiaporL
apcrsEdison apcrs aporLEdisons
ppor Edison attorneys atteya Immediately Imeltl enUre enUreprotest et entaroI
Eln for bearing whld whldho
a I protest prott and asked aod a beiK
the ho CommIssioner Cmlion refused rfl to tt grant The Thet
t was wal that an appeal appealwaa wa taken ten to the th Whit Whitlouse Whitousend
HoW i louse ousend and President PIM app1 B 1ooe oeerelt veitese1der1ni veitese1der1nir tldel tldelH Miderini MideriniST
a
ST r Edisons Elns request ruet not unreasonable Ureaonablbought UIMnJ unreasonableiought
H tou bought < bt that tb h ha should IIbold bar hnanoppr hnanopprnlty batcan an ppportu ppportulity pportu pportuilty
lity to be heard heardAs hed hedAI heardAa
As Commissioner Commilolw Allen Alen felt lelt that tbahe h he wa watt w win wan ¬
in tt a a delicate delote position oiton he had ha the te hearlni hearlniake beln belntke hearininice
tke nice place plc before bfore Assistant Aelstt Commlsslone Coinnalsaloneoore Commlssloneloore
Moore oore No o decision dellon has ha yet been bn rendered renderedV rnde rndeE
E V FIELD AGAIN IN JMELLEVVE JMELLEVVEKbi
ARk Iski Kbi for rn Treatment Tretmet and ad b Turned TIDfd Ovc Ovcto Onrto Oveito
to the te Alcoholic Alcbole Ward WardEdward Wad WadEwa WardEdward
Edward M 11 Field Fleldln son on of the late Cynu CynuField CrwV
W V Ewa Field walked 1Iaed Into Belleyue Bleve Respite Hospltate H0pltl H0pltl1t
1t ate te yesterday yetray afternoon and ane asked foi foireatment lortrt foreatmea
trt reatment reatmentDr reatmeaPr t t1r
Dr Richards Riohll who examined exine Field do doided d dided
cded ided that he had h been bn drinking drng heavily lieavilyjid her herad
ad jid sent snt him to the alcoholloward alCholowar Field Fielclid FieldIld Fislcaid
Ild lid he lived Uve at 740 Eighth avenue av nue anc ancmed ad adnamed amamod
named med his son Dr Cyrus Cy Field of the Boarc Boarcf
of f Health Heath as lS his friend friendDr friendDr friendDr
Dr Field bad bd his 111 father rathr taken to Bell Bellme Della Dellaue
month to have his aan1t aan1tzambied sanitj sanitjxamlnod
me ue Hospital Hopit a ago t hve lnty lntyexe
xamlnod The Te doctors dotors in the psychopathic psychopathicrord plycboplo plycboplo1Ia
exe reM decided deded that he wa wu iufferlng luernc from fromlooholism fromacoboUm tionicobolism
acoboUm 1Ia looholism and ad declined d lne to commit omlt hint h t tn to toa h ha <
a n asylum asylumTROVttLE aylu ayluTIOUBLE asylumTROUBLE
TROUBLE TIOUBLE IN HAYTIT HAYTITman HAJTl HAJTlGman HAFTIerman
Gman erman man CrnUert en CruberiLeave tave Lve f for r P PsrtanPrlnes PsrtanPrlnes42nJeeture rt > anPrln anPrlnCanjeetore
Canjeetore onJetare of aoloto aolotoWAmNOTON RevolutIon RerolatlonWAsmKOTON RevolutIonWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WAmNOTON May My 10 10Tha Tha Oovornmenias Government Govrnment Govrnmentla
la ias heard ha that the German Germn cruiser CIit Fall Fallnd Falkind
IInd nd Panther have hav left 11ft St Thomas floma D W I Ior Ifor IDr
for or PortauPrince PortaPrince Hayti Harl preaumabl preaumabln prumbly prumblyon
on > n account accunt of political poUUt trouble trublo in the bind bUtclepubllo blck blckJpubUc bindpublIo
official Information kerr kerrnyU frorlaytl
JpubUc epubllo but no ofcil Inforllon Crm CrmIlyl
Ilyl laytl that tht a a revolutionary revolutonry outbreak outbnak li litnminent Is IsImminent Ii Iinmlnent
Imminent there has lU been bn received receivedTho rIve receivedThe
The T State Ste Department Dprtment and lUle the th Jfav Jfavtepartment wavy NnyDpment wavyepartment
tepartment are without wltho t any direct die od odices 0 adices
Dpment the condition of affair affairn elf airs airsi
vc ices hi i regard regar to cndltlon aalr aalrin
in n i Hayti Hayl W L Powell Powl United State Statelinlster Statesmister
Miniter mister to the Haytlan Haylan republic rpublo is l o oIs on onhis oris
his Is way from frm Santo Snto Domingo Dnnjo to Portau Portaurinco PortauPlnc Portaurinco
Plnc rinco In notifying notying tIm tll Slate Depart Departaent Dpart Dpartmnt Departient
mnt aent of this trip he said that tha he was 911 goIng golnD going goingto goIngRaytl
to D Hayti Hayl for a brief vacation vacationPREACHER vacationpnBtollER vacationPIWACIKER
PREACHER KILLS K1Li ANOTHER ANOTHEReot AOTIIRHSet AVOTIIEIIhoots
Set hoots eot him Him 1m Accidentally Aeeldeotaly While 1ltle Ont I DuC Duck Duckhcottng > u uKhvotlng <
Khvotlng Setn In Canada CanadaOaDENSDUno CanadaOODNSDURO Canada000EMBnUno
OaDENSDUno N Y May IIY 10 IONews News h hist has hasistreached
Justrehl ist istreached reached hero h re of a fatal fatallootlng shooting accident nccldent acident acidentat
at t Ellenille Elenllo Canada The le Rov Rv Gustav Gustavoensgen Gusl4vePnspen Gustaveoensgen
Pnspen oensgen the German Lutheran clergy clergylen clerl clergyen
men len en at Ellerslle Elerse was WI shot accidentally accidentallyrhlln acldontly acldontlywhlA
whlA hits out duck shooting shootng with llth the Desr Rev RevIr RevMr
Mr Ir r Henson HeMn also ao of Ellerslie EllerslieThe EUoe EUoeThe EllorelleThe
The gun wan 118 In the hand of Mr Hanson Hansonnd Ienn Iennand
and nd In some nuoccountable nUluntble manner mnnerwMdla mnnerwMdlachargo was din dinbarged dIiiaargtd
chargo barged Mr Ir Pocrugen pongen was struck stuck In the tliexlomen tlo tloabdomen thexloinen
abdomen by the charge chage of buckshot lJcksot and andled anddll anded
dll led while wIlie on Ibo thi way to Urn to town six sixillee II sixlies
mie lies distant dstant Ho was wa a single 11110 man ma andsided and andislded andrEslde
rEslde sided with his mother motherMr motherIr motherMr
Mr Ir Henson is l prostrated with grief over overle
the le accident accidentTO accidentTO
TO WAKE FLOWER FLBB DiSGORGE D1GORGKan DU lORG1 lORG1Ian
an Who 10 Dengbt DaKbt Some or Wto 11 Btoek stoc Ret RetJudgment Gels Gelaadlment GelsJodiment
Judgment for 01 What bat IfCott IfCottA JCOt JCOtA
A verdict vrct for 17 1727 1727 27 was Wi rendered rnder In the theupreineCourt thoBurmeCu theapremo
BurmeCu upreineCourt apremo Court yesterday yeterdy by b a Jury JUT before beforeistioo belor beforeistloc
istioo Olegerlch Gclch to i favor of Thomas Tho DlUer D Diller Dier
Juto am rd iller ier d C of Flower FlowerDenton FlowerDenton FlowerLenton Baltimore Btmor in I his hi suit lul against alet Rich Richrd Jb Jbam Richd
Denton alleged aege that tha Dr Flower Fo cr who whonow U Uow isiw
now ow under Uder indictment idictent on several te er charges chargesa chl chargesivised
a vised vllc him hm to buy stock Itok in I the to Arizona Arizonand Aria Ariaand Arizonarid
and nd Montana Monto Smelting SmlIUg Ore Purchasing Purchasingnd Pul
and nd Development Company one oe of the theiany them liiiany
any Delpmt mining companies in i which h Flower Floweras lIOer lIOerw
m w as Interested ming ompl Flower Fower said that t th t the stock stockas Btk Btkw
w as intte very er7 valuable alul and ad e Denton Pnt bought b boughtaharee ht ht8I
800 nr share He afterward Una found od them thembo themt thembe
8I > bo practically p valueless nluee and Ad sued tocover to tocover to10e
t cover b his lolY investment iOTNtnt W B IUe Ellison Ellisonunel En Ent Eliiaonpwsel
10e unel for Denton said ld yesterday try that thatintended t thatI
t e I intended Ited Dt to obtain ot a body 67 execution executionalnt etl executissatalnat
apt talnat alnt Flower Fowe to cover ce the t Judfmwt j t
MAY CALL RUSSIA TO ACCOUN ACCOUNSHE ACCOUNTSlT
SHE SlT PUBLISH 1JBLlIIKf K8 ACCff8ITIOAGAINST ACCUSATION ACCUSATIONAGAINST CCUSTJO
AGAINST 011 OUR SAILORS SAIWHSAllowi Sl SAILORSAIlosi na naAlol
Allowi Alol M 1 ravioli Pvlonl fttatemmti taterlnt That IIiokiburg th thVleUiburt tbe tbeIolbur
VleUiburt Iolbur Oecllnert cln d to t Help 1rlp Ih IhVartai itartaip be bearil
Vartai aril Wounded Wef to Be Printed Pltt la I a aOfficial a aotl a aOMtitll
Official otl OrganOur Organ oln Our Official omell AngrWsniwooacMay Angrj AngrjWABHINOTON A AWUBIOTOKMa
WABHINOTON WUBIOTOKMa WsniwooacMay May 10 10Muo 10Much Much Indlgnatlo Indlgnatlowa IndlgnUon IndlgnUonwa
wa wa expressed exled In offiolal ofol circle 018 todaj todajover toy toyover todaover
over the Ih repetition rpetton by M Pavloff formsRussian forms formeRussian torer torerRUI
Russian RUI M Mltr Minister mister to Cores Cr In a repot repotprinted reporprinted por
printed prt in I the Government Gvernment OauU OIU at SIPeteriburg SI StPetetbu S SPetersburg
Petersburg Petetbu of the charge obage that tt Commands CommandeMarshall Cmnder CmnderMaU CommandsMarahail
Marshall MaU of the te United Unted State 8ttpnbt 8ttpnbtVIClbur gunboa gunboaVlcktburg gunbOVlcksburg
VIClbur Vlcktburg had ha failed falle to furnish tuLeh auooor auooorthe t tthe to toe
the e crew or1l of the Russian Rut cruiser clor Varlag Varg when wheithat whentt whethat
that tt vessel ve l was sunk IUn In Chemulpho Chemupho hrbcafter harbo harboafter hrbor hrborater
after ater her engagement tngagoment with a JapaneM JapaneMsquadron Japane Japanesurn Japanessquadron
squadron squadronThe surn squadronThe
The chargo was M hotly denied by official officialand omealll omeallla oc1aliand
and a those thO of tho to Navy Nav Department Dment wen wenparticularly wer werprclaly wetparticularly
particularly prclaly vehement vMomet in denouncing denounng what whaM whatM wii wiiM
M Pavloff Pavo said ad The feeling f Ung over th thmatter te temtter thmatter
matter mtter Is I so o great grt that tha the Russian Ru lan Govern Government Gvrn Gvrnment Ooverrmont
ment may my be called cal upon upn for an explanatioi explanatioiof eplaton eplatonof
of its reason raon for permitting prtng the publjcatloi publjcatloiof pub ton tonof
of the t charge che in an official olcl1 publication pbaUolI af atr atrtbe site sitethe te tethe
the American Amrc Government Governnt had h shown aow theConixnarider the thaCommander tht thtComder
Commander Comder Marshall Maa had h done overythlni overythlniin erthD erthDIn
in his powor to t aid ad the Variaga Vas men menThi menThLe menThis
This in i a translation llton of M Parlors Palols state statement ltt etatsmeat
meat as given out in I St Petersburg PetersburgTho Petnburg
The To commander cmnder of the te Tickeburg Vlobug sent ant antbat sentboat i iboat
boat bat with a surgeon srgeon tooffer to ofer offer medical melOI heljto help helpto bet betto
to the th wounded woude on tho cruisers oea Yariag anKorleta an anKorietz Bd BdlCorlet
Korietz lCorlet but the officer omc ocer in charge cCe sold sd It Itthe i I Ithe
the name n of h his hi commander cmmader that tt it I was W1 im impossible litpossible
possible p lble for him to tak tl any ay Russians RU 01 01board on onbo oboard
board bo his hi ship The commander commder of o the Ta Tariag Va Vslist
list r thereupon terupon declined dee assistance assistanceThe altoe assistanceThe
Te The commander cmder of the Vicksburg Vlosbur offers offersto olrer offereto 1
to receive rive the tie imperial Impe inlas misalon mr If I it I wa wacompelled w wcomple wecompelled
compelled comple to leave Gorse Crea but I decline declinethe dee declinethe
the offer ofer saying that tt I would go on a aFrench IIFrnch a aFrench
French Frnch cruiser cruiserTwentyone ciser ciserTentye cruiserTwentyone ylr
Twentyone Tentye Russians RUlnn who were wer on o tbFrench thi thiFrench te teFrch
French Frch cruiser cruir Pascal Pa were wer Buffering serin trot frongangrene frm frmetae trotgangrene
gangrene and fearing fene that tt the disci disciwould die diseaswould
would etae be communicated to the other otherwounded otherwouded otheiwoupded
comuct
wounded wouded the commander eommnder of the Ue Pascal Paol Paolnaie slg slgnailed signaIled
nailed naie to the e Vlcluburg Vloburg and asked If ah ahwould I sbwould he hewoud
would woud receive rolve these tee men but the Americacommander America Aercn Aercncommder Americareornmander
commander commder positively pitvely refused rruse to t do soThis so soThi
I
This la radically at variance with wth tin thiofficial thoofcial tinocial
Tl I racly a varan0
official ofcial report rport of Commander Comder CommanderMarshall Marahoil Mba wh whsaid who whoBald winsaid <
said BaldMAt
saidAt
MAt At 1250 12 the Varlag Vaia anchored anohore about 40C 40Cyards 4 401yards
yards ya to the northward norhwa and ad westward westwardof wctar
of the Talbot Tabt with wt the Elba Elb about abut eco 0 yard yardto ya yardito
to the southward euthwad of her hr On learning lenlr the tha1she tht thtae theshe
she ae bad ha quite qult a number of wounded wouded motI mot monI metI
I sent our medical medic officer omcr on 01 board boa to render rendeiassbjlanoo renderI renderaLeto resideaBaLstaioo I
aLeto assbjlanoo The same s was wa done by the thiTalbot theTabot tinTaIbOt
Talbot Tabot Elba Eb and Pascal PascalA PII PIIUte
A little Ute later lter on its It being bing reported repord thathe that thatth thethe
the th Yariag Vara wa wa wi in a sinking linkng condition cnton two twoof twcof
of our ou cutters outtra and ad the th whale whe boat will willboats withb witiboats
boats b from frm the other cruisers cruir assisted assistedin aLeted aLetedi
in i taking off of o her personnel pt1 and ad puttlni puttlnithem puttinithem
them t on boardtha bt board the Talbot and Ad Elba ElbaTwo Eb ElbaTvo
Two oBu1 Russian officers omol engineer 8li n wen wenbrought wartghtQnrd
brought tghtQnrd on D board the V Vjckiburg ua and take takecare ten tenc takercam
care c rut of offorsQmo for ro some time tm tlmesnd and on onmT myofferini myofferinito terlnj terlnjto
to t have hI the tbJ tl Zaflro United U 1ttco1er 1ttco1eru States collier oolUorused collierused
used u A as ter temporary tm iiorary quarter quer they t e wen wentaken wr wontaken
taken takn to the th Elba Xa where whre their tbir Captali Captalidetained Captn Captndet41nd CaptaIIdetained
detained det41nd them and td declined delno my m offer eer witl witlthanks Wllhthnk witithanks
thanks thanksAs thnk thanksAl
As A to M Pavtof Palo Pa1oi ansertlon aase ton tion that tht the th com commander cm cmmder cornmender
mender mder of the t Vloksburg Vlobbug positively pitvely re refused r refused ¬
fused lued to take te twentyoil Russians Ruls who whcwere whowr whwere
were wr suffering Iuerln from gangrene there thre war wainothlngsakl warnothingsald
fQ pJo
nothlngsakl nothlngel in lnComwsnderMarnhallereport lnComwsnderMarnhallereportbut Commander CmUer MarshalUs Mmhls report reportbut por
but In view vew of the th fact fath faottbat that he h offered olered th thcollier the theco1er tbcollier
co1er collier Zaflro Zo as a quarters quro for the th Russians Russiansofficials Ru Russiansofficials laa laaofclais
officials ofclais here think that t t M Pavloff Pvlolr to put il Iimildly ilmildly it itmidlY
mildly midlY was 1I1 mistaken mitaken in thi thi this statement statementMASSACRE lttemnt lttemntVASStcnE statementMI4SS4CRE
MASSACRE IN 10 NORTH BORNEO BORNEOMlitlonarle BORNEOJlilenair IlOifVEOMIlilonarles
Mlitlonarle Jlilenair Tell of f the te Uresslaughter Haughter laqt r ef IM IMPerson ItOPersons
Person Petonl by Native NativeVICTOBIA NathuYIOORU TatiynVicvonii
VICTOBIA YIOORU B C May ay 10Missionary 10Missionarypasssngers 10 Missionary Missionarypassengers mSlon
passengers png1 by the th steamship stmhip Empress Epl of ofIndia ofIndia olIndia
India today bring brn advices advO of a 1 massacre mcre on onthe ontlewlltCMtOr onthe
the tlewlltCMtOr west coast of British North Borneo Drneo The Thefacts Thofact Thefacts
facts fact set forth forh by one correspondent corflpndent are areOn a areOn
On the th night nigh of March 31 a band bnd of 150 150rebels 11 iorebels
rebels from the th Interior Intrior swept S1pt down upon uponthe uponth uponthe
the th little ltte colony at n Eawang K1anc railway rway eta etalion station atatonmld1lay ¬
lion tonmld1lay midway between btwn Jesaelton Jesltn and nd Papar PaparThe Pap Paparrho
The band bnd divided divded into two parties prie one on of ofa ofa ofp
a p hundred hund remaining rmininc concealed conca as a a ro roaerve r reserve
serve IM on the top of a hill IU while the otherItty other otherfifty i
tryT fifty rushed down upon the tb settlement settlementbutchered Itlemnt seUlernentbutchered I Ibutchered
butchered the th inmates of Chinese Chlnt shops shopsattacked 8hop shopsattacked
attacked atacked the th railway raiway station Itaton smashed emhed the Ihetelephone thetelephone thetelephone
telephone and killed the wife and andchild Ind Indchid andchild
child chid of the station Itaton master The lat latter latler Jatter ¬
ter saved svd his hi life fe by hiding in the brush brushThe brushThe 1
The band bnd of murderers mureref then turned turod their theirattention thll thllattenton theiritteution
attention attenton to the coolies colis most of them Chi Chinese ChiDese ¬ I Ine
ne nese killing kiig and wounding woudln them savagely savagelyThe avgly avglyTe savagelyThe
Te The English Egih railway riway driver and hU hl wife wifewere wifewere I Iwer
wer were the next victims Ictm The T carnage ornog then thenbecame tbenbm thenocame
bm became ocame general generalThe gner generalThe
The survivors one native fireman tho thostation thostnton theitation
T lurvof frmn
stnton station master mter and a few of the th wounded woundedcoolies woundedcoole woundedooIiee
coolies coole ran rn down do1 the line ne to toJelton toJeltonThe Jesselton JesseltonThe Jesseltonrho
The total number num r of killed kied was 190 190MAYOR DOM4OR 0 0MUOR
MAYOR SUBS DAVE DtVF MORRISIfter MORRIS MORRISAfter ORHIS ORHISAter
After Ater McrrU Kor Hart Ja Hinted iii1 Ilatt That He le WaKobjeet Wa WaHubJ WasSubjeet
Kobjeet HubJ to Influence InfluenceTwo In InilutatesTwo ue ueTwo
Two delegations deleptlon one oe from the tie Northilde North NorthBide NorthSide
Bide Board B of Trade Tr and ad the te other oUe from rom the theNew theNew theew
New ew Rochelle Rob ne Common Council Counci urged the theMayor ilieMyor thedayor
Myor Mayor yesterday yeuray to send snd an n emergency emergencymesnagu em emergencynessagu rgec i
meg mesnagu to the Aldermen Ader8 asking Iklg the tie board boardto ba
to 0 act on the Port Chester Crter application applicationThe appcto
The Mayor Myor told the delegation deleglUon that tt he did didlot didnot didrot
lot think It would be b proper prptr for hurt hi to toInterfere tonterfore I IIntorfor
Intorfor Interfere at It V this juncture Dave Hennen HennenMorris Hennn HennnMor Hennon4orrIawason
Mor Morris 4orrIawason wa w on one of ofhe the delegations Olegllol8 When Whenthe When Whenthe Whenhe
the Mayor lyol had h declined declie to act at Mr Morris Montiis oll ollis
is is S reported rpor to t have said saidDont MidDont saidDont
Dont you yo think Mr Jr Mayor that if i you youpersist youptiat youorsist
ptiat persist in taking Ulg this stand ld the people pple will willhlnk wU willhlnk
hlnk that you are ar subject IuhJet to the Rome Romenflucnccs le leInfucnos samenuences
Infucnos nflucnccs nuences as the th Board Dar of Aldermen AldermenThe Aldern AldernThe AldermenThe
The Mayor Myor looked at Mr Morris Mor for a few fewleoonds tewend8 feweoonds
end8 leoonds and then turned ture into his h private privateiffloe prvlte prvlteomc privateffioe
omc iffloe saying suiylngI yig
I think thnk we had better heter terminate trmhllte this thisntervlew thisinterl611 thisterview
interl611 ntervlew here herePeaboily he herePeabody
hePebOly
Peabody PebOly Will Wi Veld VeldBOSTOK old oldB08TI oldBosrox
BOSTOK B08TI May IB1 10 10A A jury Ju in the Supreme Supremeurt Suprme SuprmeCourt Supremeourt
Court ourt urt this thi afternoon Iternoon rendered render a verdict verdictlat verdictat verdictbat
lat at the t will 1IU of the late Henry He O Peabody Peabodya Peby Pebyt
Lie a ITMtr inventor of the Peabody Pebody rifle wan wanx wasxecutod 8
eete t x xecutod ecu ted w while le he was WI of unsound ulud re mind mindind mindand mindod
and that It wa was obtained obte by the Uf undue unduenflueiico udue udueInfullC undueaftusirce
InfullC nflueiico of J J Emory Eor Harriman lalan The Thetate Theett Thestats
ett tate is 1 Mtlmated at 1175000 1175000ntlder hno hnoCnde 375ooonslder
Cnde ntlder Ihe Spider SpIde Way Wa and ane Be B WH WHA Wise WiseA
A wise wi spider IIpldr began bp yesterday yetr the e woes weavig woesSt ev evine
ine ig of a web between btwen two tw of the t iron I bars barsf tJ
of f the t closed co vestibule vttble gate plof gatot of David Davi Rolhs Rolhshllds Rths RthsChidl Rethishllds
Chidl hllds Federal Fter Bank Bk on Broadway Broadwayl Brawa Brawatnt BroadwaylAtest
l lAtest tnt Marine alne InldUctaer InldUctaerArrived Intel Eel sfllgeaee sfllgeaeeAr4ved
Arrived Antnl s irs name 101 Oibraiur Mr 1ar MartBu t tBuMtft tIt
BuMtft Bu itp Bilrmct It tatt e 1 Tullla Tulllaid U UI
I I A Alt Al id tbe le bnt b r rertebv rteff r t T pars p r blfhlx r c cesesstrstid cesesstrstidA sieuttt sieutttAlt
FllBTENS FRIGHTENS COVDERT COUDEBI SERVANT SERVANTCrank SEBVANrnDk SlUfVANTCrank
Crank l Jveis cveii el Empty Whiskey Flatk FkI FkIon Flaskli Flasklion la laon
on Till Tl Police Polee PoleeThe Arrive ArrlvtThe ArriveThe
The police p0 of the East Et Flftyfint Pltlm Btree Btreestation stt sttstton etreestation
station stton received receive a hurry hur call ol for help ova ovwthe ovr ovrth ovathe
the th telephone telphono from the residence Idon of Charlo Charlodu CI Cherledo
du Pont Coudett Coudt at a 63 West W8t Forty Forb Foyg Foygstreet lghU lghUstreet
street str last Jt night Detective Detvo Sergeant BergeanbMeehan SergeantMe rpU rpUeha
Meehan Me eha han and Collins Coln were wer hustled hute to t thi thiboue te tehoue thhouse
house boueThey houe houeT1e houseThey
They T1e found foud th the oorvanta Ilat grappling gappUn wltl wltla wih wiha wlta
a man In the tbe hallway hallwayHelpolnted hUway hUwayHelplted haUwayHelpolnted
when whenopened 1 1opened I Iopne
Helpolnted Helplted a revolver revover at me wb
opened opne tho door dor a I badly baly frightened fr te male maletold mid midtld malitold
told tld tho two sleuths sleuthsTho Ileth sleuthsThe
The dntectives got the in trudsr trdI straight straightened ltrht ltrhteno straightmed ¬
med eno out and found his revolver rTolver to b bnothing be benthing bnothing <
nothing nthing but but an empty emp ty whiskey hke flask fk witl witla wtb wtbI w1ta
a I metal mt screw rew top The T stranger t e ww wwplaced wruplaced 1 1pl
placed pl under Ud arrest at He told tld the te polios pUc that thathe tht thsibe
he was W Otto Plmelln PlmelD a Swede Swee living lva lvaBry at 381 381Bowery 381Bowery
Bowery BoweryHe Bry BryHe BoweryHe
He got gt into the house bou on the pretend pretendthat penc pretemctht
that he was wa a picture picu agent alet Margare MargareBlack M MsagareBlock
Black Blk one 01 of the servants lrvt admitted att him himA bI bIiii
A iii soon ln as 8 the th man m got g inside Ide the th door dor hi hipointed ho hopinte hi hipointed
pointed pinte the flask fkat fIaskat at the t mold mid who Boreamec Boreamecloud Ja screameloud
loud enough to arouse au every eY one on in i thi thihouse th thhouse
house houseSoon hou houseSoon
Soon all 1 of the servants Irat were ere in i the hal haland hal halan haland
and an they the overpowered overpower the te Intruder Itde Tbi Tbiman Te Tem Thman
man m was ws taken ten to t the te East Et Fiftyfirst FJtflt sIres atreestation etrt etrtlltlon sIresstation
station lltlon and locked up as al a suspicious Isplcloul per perMr per perIn person
In InM son sonMr Mr M Couderts Couderl wife wie was Amelia AmIa Ktkssner Ktkssnerthe KCner KCnerthe Kssneithe I I
the artist arillt who painted pint King Kig Edward E1lard thi thiCzar thoCzr thCzar
Czar Czr and Czarina Czin and ad C Ci Cecil oil Rhode RhodeENGINEER RhodesENGiNEER Rboe RboeENGINEER
ENGINEER OF PANAMA CANAL CANALGeneral CANALGle CANALGeneral
Gle General Manager Wallace dac of C the tle fundCentral fund H1tnlCentral mtnoCt
Central Ct Acocpt Acopl the te ssti00O sao OOO Position PodtlooCHICAOO POUo POUoCHICAG PositionCHIcano
CHIcano CHICAG May 10 10ob 10John John F Wallace Wallacegeneral Wa1 Wallacegeneral
tb ths DUnoU Contra ContraRailroad CentraRailroad
general snerl manager mager of lo Dloi Cntr
Railroad Rlr has h accepted accpted appointment appitent to b bchief b bchief
chief chel engineer enl1r of tie t the Panama pBI Canal C with wth 4 4salary a aa islary
salary of 126000 20 20OO a year yearThe ye yearThe
a The recommendation rommendUon of Mr M Walleor WalleorCaine Wai1 Wai1came Wa
came ee after at the Isthmian Ithm Commission Commissiongone Comalon h had hadgone
gone over the te territory trtor and had b ag agthat a agreec agreecthat
that tt a man m who bo had h not only ony this t ability ait o oan or oran oen
an engineer but that tt of an a executive eUve mus musbe mu muebe
be b engr appointed appitd to this thllimport important place pl Hi Hiwill He Hei HewiII
will i take te charge ohge of the te work on June 1 1POLES IPOLES 1POLES
POLES HERE HEiE TRAIN FOB REVOLT KEVOLTPrussian BIOLI BIOLIPrJ REVOLTPruisn
Prussian PrJ Minister Mlter Declaration DatoD tn Debate Dcbatn Dbte Dbteon Debateen
on n Government Govement But ButHpsll BUISpttlat Bl
Spttlat 11 CoOls C Dttfalch DUJlc to Tax 3n 3nBERLIN S Sue SueBzaIu
BERLIN BELt May 1y 10 10A A Government Gnrnmnt bill billthat bl billthat
that th i Le designed deipod Indirectly Indy to torrio restrict Polesin Poles PoletIn Pole
In i acquiring land 1nd in i the Polish Pol provinces provincesof pvc pvcor
au
of Prussia 1ia was excitedly debated deb in i UM UMPrussian th thPllan thePrussian
Prussian Pllan House Bou of Representative Rprnt today todayBoron tay tayBn todayBaron
Boron Bn von on Hammersteln Hamrt Prussian Pln Plnltro Min Minister Mm Mmlater ¬
later ltro ot the th Interior Ite oi in supporting this thibill thisbill
bill bi read r a number nUb rnbir of manifertos re Isr Isrby 1 issues issuesby
by tho ti PoU PolhrvluloDpy Polih h revolutionary party partythe amli amlithe
th
the mocking m laughter luht of the te Polish PoU mem members mm mmb memhers ¬
hers b The T The Minister Mn declared d1lt delaredItto1el delaredItto1elta Ittobo4 Ittobo4fact > t
fact ta ta that tht the tnuluof nucleus of a Polish armj armjwaa ann annwas
was Wbiorp being orgsniae4 organUi d in I Chicago Cl C in mUdon mUd anticipation UC ¬
pation on of an 11 insurrectIon buurrectlonYou insurrectIonYou lon lonY
pon You Y u may y laugh lacb he declared del address addressing adr addreislug ¬
lug lo the Poles Pole but you yu know koW it i Is true trueOfficers te trueOMoere
Officers and ad men are training trining in i Chicago Chicagoto CiA
to serve sre in i a future futu revolt revoltHe rvlt rvltHe revoltHe
He concluded by observing obring that t1t such suchorganizations au suchorganizations
organizations theugh fantastical fanttica are a nonethe none nonethe nonethe
the orgzton less 1 dangerous dagero1 It therefore therore behooved behoovedthe bove behoovedthe
the Government Gvernmnt to take te resolute rolut measures measuresfor mour measuresfor
for the promotion pronotlon of the tie well being big of the theGerman theGerm theerman
Germ German erman population ppulaton of the Polish provincesUERMANV provinces provincesHERMANN prvncf prvncfHEBMANN
HERMANN OELRICU8 INJURED INJUREDAttacked IVUBEDAUarH INJUREDtttatked
AUarH Attacked by a Dog DS and Thrswn Tl From Fm III IIIBicycle JU HisBleyolcIlurtu
Bicycle DIellur BleyolcIlurtu Hurt Not Serious SerlouSAN S0U S0USAN SeriousSA
SAN SA RAFAEL IrnL Cal May 111 10 10Henn iOHermann iOHermannelrlohe Hermann HermannDelriohs
Oloh Delriohs was thrown thown from his bicycle late latethis lat latehis
this afternoon aftrnoon and lud severely Injured Inju about aboutthe aboutth abouthe
th the head hea He won riding along Clon the boule boulevard boulea bouleard ¬
vard near his country cunt homo In Ross R Valley Valleywhen Vaey VaeyhD Valleywhen
when a hD adog a a dog attacked attk him His Il wheel struck struckthe struckhe struckth
th the dog and Oelrichs Olrcb was thrown twn His HisInjuries Hisnjuries
InJuB Injuries are not thought to t be b serious seriousAVED frlou frlouSVED seriousitVED
AVED CHILD STOPPED TEAM TRAMaid TEAMAnd TEAiNAnd
SVED
And Ha Has Gone on the te tUrtt 81 list 111th With a aLnlform atDlom aUniform
Uniform tDlom to Pay Py For ForIn ForIn ForIn
In the way of a runaway team at nUb 178thitreet nUbtreet 171thtrout
trout and Park Pak avenue aveul last night nlpbt wan wanixyearold wasIxycarold n nIlxyold
Ilxyold > ixyearold Theresa Theres Russo Ruso of 694 8 Tremont Tremontivenuo Tmont Tmont1enua Tremonttvenue
1enua ivenuo Bicycle Policeman Polcm Henry Hery Kupref Kup KupFraf Kupfraf
Fraf rode ahead ahe of the team tm and got the thahild ti thehlid
chid hild out of danger cgor before bfore he attempted attmpt to toitop toItop toitop
Itop itop the horse hOf Then ho grabbed gb the theiridle theriidles
brdl iridle and was 1I1 dragged dragge for a block blok Moetf Moet l0t I
or > If f hi h his uniform unior woo WI torn t t6rn m from hi his body by byHis bodyis
His 31 is face fic and hands hand were badly bly scratched scratchedHe fJOrat he I IHe
He has b gone on sick Ick leave leavelAYOn lcve lcveMArOR leavefAVOR
fAVOR TO SIGN 37000 30 BONDS IIONDSr nOlS nOlSOr
I
Or Ir r Such as s lie le Cant cnt Work 1ork Off on o Fumes Femesand FornesInd Fumesand
and Sulllvmn SulllvmnMayor Sulln SullnMayor SullivanMayor
Mayor Model McClolan McClellan Ian Is lI l fearing ftlog an attack attk of ofriters or1itrs ofrriters
1itrs riters cramp Ho 10 was told yesterday yesterdayy
by > Iy y the Comptroller Cmplltr that the purchasers purhaes ofhe of ofho ofthe
the ho recent rnt issue laue of 137000000 1700 of corporate corporatelock corporat corporatetook
stok lock had h exercised eeroi their legal legl right of de delonding de demdlnB dorianding
mdlnB londing coupon bond bndl This Th means men that thathe thatthe thatho
the he Mayor Myor and tho Comptroller Cmptroler will wi each eachave ec eachaye
he ave to sign sig 37000 30 bonds The Comptroller Comptrollerin Cmptler Cmptlercn
cn in make mke his deputies dppute do it but the Mayor Mayormt Mayorct Mayorant
ct mt turn tho job over to anybody anyby but an anctlng a aacing ancling
acing cling Mayor MayorI
I will w1 sign and sign and sign sig until unt I get getrltors getwltors getrrltere
wltors rltors paralysis parlYIIIB ho said ld yesterday yesterdayand yetery yeteryand yesterdaynd
and nd then will wi take te a alUe little vacation v tlon Pros Presient PI PIdent Prosnt
dent ent nt Forties Fornf will wi become bme acting aing Mayor Mayornd Myor Myorand
and nd ho bl can cansign sign and ad sign elg and ad sign When Whene Whenhe
he e gives gh out he can go out Into the country countryid countr
ad id rest rt up and VicePresident VloPrldent Timothy TimothySullivan Tlmotb TimothySullivan
P Sullivan Sulvan will wi be b acting aUng Mayor 1ayol He can canIgn c csign tengn
sign Ign gn for a day or two and by that tune tie Ill Illrested Il
rested and come bock bockThe backThe
b 0 rtl Up p bk bkThe
The Mayor 1lyor expressed exprt the regret rgt that the thex theLgLellture theeglelaturo
LgLellture x glalaturo > was W8 not In session I10n He Hewold Hewoldlke flewould flewouldIce would wouldike
lke Ice to tohae have his hl secretary I er authorized authorz to toign t toga
sign ign ga for him himWOMEN himJfOlEN hintWOIfEN I
WOMEN JfOlEN IN UPSET CAR CARanted 0t8Haale CUtanlod
Haale anted lbroagttflreken Through roq Broken Boke Window 1ldoW While Whilea blo bloa I
a Crowd aod wd Leeks I On OnA 0 OnA
A cab cb driven by Tony Ton Rosai Rl of 147 17 Built Builtin Sul
vn in street rt was 18 upset upt at Dey Dy street trt androadway and androadway andBrway
Brway roadway yesterday 1esteray afternoon afternoo by a truck truckalonglag trck trckbonlrlg truckilonging
bonlrlg alonglag to the United States 8tate Leather Leatherompany Whr Whrcompan Loatherompany
compan ompany In the th cab cb were wer Miss Mi Sally Saliyvy By Sallyesy
Ly esy vy of a 130 J3 West Wlt Twentysecond Tentnd street streetnd streetrid Itrt Itrtnnd
nnd nd M Miss Buulah Bu Einstein Etln of 204 O4 West Eighty E Eightylith ht htIlxth
ixth Direct DirectPoliceman Ilrt IlrtPlcmn streetPoliceman
Policeman Plcmn Roberta Rbera of the tie City Hall Hal eta staion at etaon
I ion on who U L general gnrl traffic trmo manager at that thatx tht thtpoint thatdat
point x dat > lnt pushed his way through thrujb magr the crowd crowdnd crowdand crowdvi
and nd carne cm pu to the th assistance Iltao of the young youngomen youn younomen oungwomen
omen The front window 1idow of the cab cabas rb rbwa en enas
wa as broktnand broken and Roberta Rohrtpulle RobertapWled pulled the pawn pawcners pn pnIrs pawna
ers a through throulh the hole Tim 1111 crowd crd showed showodn Ihoo
Kn Irs n ri actiw ach interest Inteltln t In this delicate delcte operation operationThe oPttlon oPttlonJ operationThe
The young women assured Uur Roberts RobertsHy RbrtB RbrtBIby Robertey
woln
Hy Th ey had h o not no be bn been n hurt hur and rrtre rlte retreated t d to loSe totM toii
J tM Se ii nearest nart tore tor to escape p the tb crowd c
NOT UNDER SIEGE SIEGERussians SIEGERusians
r
Russians Rusians Say tin th Railway Raiway to toPort toPor toPod
Port Por Arthur Ahur Is Open OpenFIGHTING Opn OpnFIGHTING OpenFIGHTING I
FIGHTING IS REPORTEDBotk REPORTED
1 1Botl
Both Botl Jip JI Amlii It Pnbibly Pbablw Miv Mivln living v vIn
ln ing North Norh for lr Combined Attack AttackKBTftkl Atack I 1 1L
L i f fIuel
fI
0 0Kurkl I
KBTftkl Iuel Pnablag J ROMUM Toward Tow UassVsad Uaayug Uaayugamd u > f
sad Second 4 Fires Fe Moving Mn leeward ratwardn o 1 1OD r
OD n Ifs 01 Left Ln Flank Fan FlsnicRepovis Report Ft Psm PsmUtiemi m mColncM I I
ColncM OI S 8uo Msswoe uroe sr 1 Two To EngagMM EngagMMKetnopatUn E EngaeaEssiropatlib f fKoot 1
KetnopatUn Said Id to Have JY lEavemined B tcr tcrmined >
Koot 0 0me
mined me to Make M a Stand sand at MtrUeallav MtrUeallavSome Haeud Haeudeme j jSome
Some eme Baseless Rrl itlll at Newenww NewenwwMay New NewiwsagMay I IMl
May Ml Turn Control Ctot ef f the 43ty a ever everto 8e yer yerto 1 t tto
to Cbtnee OMe t to Prevent Pee lottBV LsotfagEumi lottBVRussia 1l i
Russia RUI announces aOUDC that t the te railway r from fromPort f tressPort k
Port Por Arthur Aur to Kewohwang Neowanlr ia I again a opn epsabut opnbut 0
but make m no 10 explanation elUo of tha t Ui apparent apparentabandonment 8pt 8ptabdont sppoontabandonment
abandonment abdont of the liege of that t pies plaoby pl piesby
by the Japanese Ja army I that U landed 1 on 0 th thpeninsula to topina Lbpeninsula
peninsula pina a few tf day d1 ago agoRumors 80 80Ruors agoRumoreofbattle
Rumors Ruors Rumoreofbattle of o battle bt that tt thatcomefroin come from tra Shaabal Shaabalkwan Sh Shitnhalkaren
karen UM t Chinese Cbe port po1 and ad Russian UU re reports toports ¬
ports po of forces fo of o the te enemy ee seen s oo th throads t throads 1 I Irod
roads rod leading leag north from the t ManoBorUa ManoBorUacoast 1u Manssuilaacoast
coast cot seem m to t indicate tdlct that tht the t seoond e ceocudJapanese seoondJapanese
Japanese is moving forward from fromthe fromthe 1 t t
Japnt army ary i movllr fora fr j jthe
the Llaotung Llotg peninsula peniula to cooperate cpt with withOen wth p pGen e eGen
Gen Euroki Kukil In ui the te advance advano on o the te Russian Russianmain RUlan RussianIr J 1 1m
main m Ir body by under Ud Oen Gn Kouropatkin KouropatkinOne Koutdl i iOe
One Oe fight flrbt is 1 said sid to t have hve occurred o at atWafangtlen atWatangLien I IWaangt
Waangt Wafangtlen about at midway mi on the t th road roadfrom r l lfrom I Ifrom
from Takushan Th to t Newchwang NehWalrTis This WM WMwon Wa Waw waswon
w won by the t forces fOTe of th t thSseoond seoond I n Japanev Japanevarray 1 1ay 1 1Itiny <
array ay Another otr flght ght is Lerpord reported south t of ofLiaoyang orylr ofLiaoyng
Liaoyang ylr between btwe Gen Ge Kurokls men menand menad menend
ad and the th Russian Ru driven dv back bk from the thoTalu 110 110Talu theYalta
Yalta Neither report is confirmed confirmedAccording oonfirmedAccording
Talu Nelber rpr I cnfe
According AoC to other othe advices aIIO Gen Kruro Kruropatkln Kropt KsrropatWnwlflmsiceaatandatMutienllngabout
patkln pt patWnwlflmsiceaatandatMutienllngabout patWnwlflmsiceaatandatMutienllngaboutthirtyfive will wll make me a aetd stand at aMuUnllr Mutlenlmg about aboutthirtyfive abut abutthldv
thirtyfive thldv miles t south lut of Liaoyang LiaoyangPORT Lyang LyangPOR LisoyangPORT
PORT POR ARTHUR BBUB LINE OPK OPKJapanese OlCJ OlCJapnI 0P1N 0P1NJapanese
Japanese Evidently Moving Mov Movtn Worth Nnr ortb Aeit A AgstL AgstLMurtktni kt ktKwpatklni
apnI EdeUJ
Kwpatklni Kooptl Main Army ArmySftdal MI1 1 13aI f r rt
l lSrPSBno
Sftdal CotU IMtpaWlto rae Sox SoxSr SenSr
Ca DI1 Tl
Sr PEtinisBraa t May 10 10A A brief d dspatch d dlph depatch <
SrPSBno My
J Jcuolch
spatch lph from tr Admiral d Atoxieff 1seli Is Issued Issuedaaaounoiag I issuedaneounoini urd
aaaounoiag cuolch 4bereopening g of orlralhnlyi orlralhnlyib the railway railwaybetween railwaybetween
between b Newchwang Newcwlr and ad PoitArthur POfArhu Port Mthur H Hadds IIadis f fI
adds I that t the th telegraph t1Pblino lino ha U 1 being bnl re repaired r rpire ropaired ¬
paired pairedNo pire V VNo
No official ofcl explanation e 1Uo is I given give of r the tliedespatch U thedsptch e edpb
dpb despatch According Acrlng to one report reprt Gen GenBtoessel G GBta GepStoeel
Bta Btoessel commander omde of the te Port Por Arthur Arthurgarrison Arhur Arhurgaen Arthurfarrison
gaen garrison operating oprtinlr from frm that t place plca ai aitacked rrt4 rrt4CkOd 1
tked tacked CkOd and drove off the Japanese Jap An Another Another Anther ¬
other version verion Is that the combined premure premurejf pnurr
jf Den Otn Btoessel Btoelld and the forces or Gen GelK Kouro Kouropatkin Kouroatkin oro oropatkln ¬
patkin atkin Ift ft at Kaiplng Kaplng and other ter places pl on ontho onhe
tho railway raiway Induced Induo the t Japanese Jape to with withdraw wih wihdrw withhew ¬
drw draw to avoid encountering enotrg I an a overwhelm overwhelming oTehlm oTehlmIg overwhelmngfbrce ¬
Ig ing ngfbrce ngfbrceThe force forceThe for
The Headquarters Staff Sf profess profe igno ignorance ilo ilora ignoance ¬
ra rance of anything anytg beyond bond Admiral Adir Alex AlexiefTa Al Alexera
lers era despatch death They deny dny the te persistentumors persistent persistentrumors pistt pisttrors
rors rumors of eovpre fJOv re fighting fghtig near ne Port Por Arthur ArthurThe ArthurThe ur urThe
The most mot f favored fav r view is that tht the te strength strengthjf eth ethof
jf the Japanese Japn who landed lde on o the Llao Llaoung LI Lisesing
tuc sing Peninsula Pelaul was overestimated ovetit and andJiat ad adtat aridlieU
tat lieU they are ro not attempting attptg yet to bold boldh hol
tho h railway raiway or that tt they te have moved mOTe Mt Mtt east easta at atx
t x a > cooperate oprt with the army amy from th t Talu TaluEUver Ta YaluUver
EUver EUverIt UverIt
Rver RverIt
It is stated lt td that the wrecked wke railway railwayjrtdgo ry rybrdgo railwayiridgo
brdgo jrtdgo near ne Port Por Arthur Atur has b been b repaired repairedThe ri rope trod trodhe I IThe
The he track trak elsewhere e1wher was wa not injuredTho injured inJu
The Th Czar Cz was wa greatly ltr pleased ple on C learning learningf Jt Jtor
or > I f the reopening ropnle of the Ue line le Hs bad just justiroviouuly Jt justreviously 1 1provloUly
provloUly iroviouuly received rived a message me sent at from fromort fo foPort fromott
Port ort Arthur thur by carrier cir pigeon pign to t another anotherwlnt aote aotepit anotherdat
pit wlnt reporting porlne that all al wa was well at a the theortreus ther sheertress
1 1Gen
ortreus ortreusJen ertressflea r
Gen Karkevioh reports that Russian Russianooute RtJ8I1ansoouta Russianouts
outs on May 6 discovered a Japanese Japaneseeglment Japaneaeroglnlent Jspsriessgiment
eglment at Llaoghlapuiee twenty kite kitenetre hUetetres
metl8 netre north of Takushan on th tho left bank bankf baDlcor
or > f f the Talln River RI r Shots were exchanged exchangedmd
and md a Cossack was killed The scouts also alsoncountered ii iiencountered 4 4neouniored
encountered Japoneee at Luanmyako Luanmyakowelve Luannayskomelve t1 J Jtwehe
welve kilometres from Takushan and the thatune theaamedaYiAw I Ione
aamedaYiAw tune day saw aw the extreme extremeJapaneeeoutpoot Japanese outpotlilrty outposts outpoststiny 1 1thirty
thirty kilometres from Takushan on th thlain the Lbsin j jmain
main lain road from Fengwangcheng near nearalltscaipudea nearilltazaipudan f fBa1JlIzaIpudra I
alltscaipudea on the Talin River Jspa Jspaose Japase i idagou
ose se scouts appeared the next day at San Sanagou Sanigou
dagou agou eight kilometre south of Salitezal Salitezaludza SalltawPudza Ii Iiidm
Pudza udzaA udza idmA t tA
A semiofnoial telegram from Mukden Mukdenyday tt ttt V Vday
t day denies denl e that Delay has been capturedrthe3apszneso captured capturedy t tb
b y rthe3apszneso rthe3apsznesoInadeepaiobtotheoeneralStaffdated the Japanese JapaneseIn I IIn
In InadeepaiobtotheoeneralStaffdated InadeepaiobtotheoeneralStaffdated1y a despatch de patoh to the General Staff dated dateday datedJi datedJiMay
May ay 8 Gen Sakharoff says that the Japneoe Jap 1 1ieee t taDeoee
aDeoee neoe having occupied Fengwaogcbens Fengwaogcbensley J Jthey
they lay remain there making reconnoiasanoa reconnoiasanoan
on n t the main road to Liaoyang and on eitherIe either eitherdo eitheraldo
aldo do Ie of the road The Japanese on May Maycoupled Mayoupied t tocoupled
coupled Huangtlangiia seventy kllome kllomenortheast kllomeI
tle es northeast of FengwangobeDg FengwangobeDgGen
Gen Karkevioh sends brief dtepatcha dtepatchaMounting deapatebescounting
Mounting unimportant patrol incidentome incident IncidentOme incidentsme
ome me of the messages dating back to tolay toaT toayl
lay aT ayl 3 1 1RUORS
RUMORS OF 0 RATTLE RATTLElathe BtTlIEnaabee BITTLEashes
naabee lathe Said Id t to lEave Occurred South lit litUIOJ1I1C erLlaoraag r rLtaojmnc
Ltaojmnc and North of Takmhan Takmhanapttfat TIIkllllhanfIC1 Takushanai
apttfat fIC1 J C Cab W Dupiith to Tan Suit SITWBUANiiAiKWANMay SuitSaMilIAiKWAXMay 1117HSH
BUANiiAiKWANMay SH 10 10Tbtro Tbero are marry mnrimom nr nrrumolll F Fmore
imom hore of active war operation operationne operatIonsDOaSMOrtI
One ne DOaSMOrtI awtcrt that the Ih Japanesearmy Japanese army from fromw rom romtho
the Ih retreatingUH retreating retreatingIMsians
tho w 0 Ynlu River overtook
11111011 UH IMsians tanstwanly J twenty nt mlle south of Liaoysne Liaoysneterday liaoY8n1tprduyMnd Liaoysnaiterduyrsnd
1tprduyMnd terday ncl that thnloocwn Mvcre nghtiiiR resulted resultedIn Ullcd UllcdT
T In I ItuwlHim ltU lUIl are wild lid to haw been lelitOn lelitOnlied torn tornlled Omppllcd
ppllcd lied to n retreat tr t northwHrrt Tide TliUlng ThiAolnK wa waring
olnK ring to the 1h Japanese Japnn drnRRine drn drng lnc th lhoir ir ar r
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