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f xx 1 I I NEW EV YORK YO RH FRIDAY MAY MA 13 I 3 1904 1904CopvriDII C WrW < IOW by by7ite Me S Sun JVfaltof I Ixx Md lI d PubUMnp ubli1till 4 1uocaIi01l oc < alfon PRICEWO PRICE TWO CENTS fJ JLNT Nr I
LOST LOSTGIRLIEAD GIRL DEAD IN CHIMNEY CHIMNEYMISS1XG CHIMNEYM1SSI7G IJHIMNEYMISSLtJ
MISS1XG 1031E IUS MCA MVAIIILL lilt WA WAIX UIIv S SIN
IX UKR OHV Oil HOUSE HOUSEApparent llOUUpparentlr hOUSEApparentl
Apparent Fell Don Chimney IlInme While WhilePlay at atPlaThouand a aPIyThoussndi
Play PlaThouand Thousand or People In Hlree HlreeInflamed titreelInnamed lreeIInflamed
Inflamed by b Kidnapping ldDappln and Murdc MurdcStortcf Murtht IurderfitorlelChlnatnan
fitorlelChlnatnan Stortcf t Chinamans Window IiicIo UrokesJo8Ie Broker BrokerJosie BrokenJosle
Josie McCohlll who wan the lio slxyearol slxyearoldaughter elxyearolddaughter Ixyearo1daughter
daughter or Mrs Bridget MoCahllland AloCahUi and wh whdisappeared who whodisappeared whdtaappenred
disappeared from her home on the top floor n ILt iiI8agThird
1839 I8agThird Third avenue on May 2was found dead deaiyesterday deady deayesterday
yesterday y < afternoon In the chimney of th thhouse the thehouse thhou8e
house in which she had lived The poliobcllevo polio policebelleo policbellovo
bcllevo that the girl Jell ell down tho chlmno chlmnofrom chlmnoyrrom chimnofrom
from the roof and the superficial oxam oxamnations oxamInlltlons oxaniinaton
nations or the body made last nigh nighshowed nightshowed nightthowed
showed nothing to Indicate violence violenceTho violenceTho IolenreTho
Tho body was found about fifteen fee feefrom feet feetfrom feefrom
from from the top t p of the chimney or about hal halway hairay halway
way ay down the top story 8tor Bilcks weT worremoved Yooreremoved weTremoved <
removed in the front room of the top floonf floo flooror flooof
nf the house at 1841 next door and anc tin tinbody tho thobody thbody
body was taken out that way wa It was waiupright wasupright Waupright
upright having fallen rail en into the chimno chimnofeet clumnoy clumnoyreet chimnofeet
feet first The left arm was wa crooked tinhand tin thehand ti tihand
hand resting on the side of the face Tin Tinright Theright Tliright
right arm was crossed on the breast will willthe withtho witlthe
the palm of the hand clows c101 < O to the throat throatHenry throatHenry throatHenry
Henry Flynn of 179 East NinotyalxH NinotyalxHstreet NInetysixlKtreet h htreet
street and Gerard Strassburg of 160 East EaSNinetyseventh Eastlnel6eventh Ea8Mnetyseventh
Ninetyseventh lnel6eventh street had had been employee employeeby e 11rloyedbr
by Senator Frawley Frawle the Tammany leader leodoiof leaderor leadoof
of the district to assist In running dowistories dowi downslOtIl8 dowietorlee
stories that the ho girl had been kidnapped kidnappedThe
The neighborhood had been inflamed bj bjthese by byIhe b bthet
these Ihe stories and all day da crowds had line linethe lIntd lIntdthe linethe
the streets treeti around the house houseFlynn hOUf hOtheFlynn e eFlynn
Flynn and Strasuburg were going througlthe througl througlthe throughthe
the house at 1841 about 3 oclock In th thafternoon the thearternoon thiafternoon
afternoon and were on the upper floon floonwhen flOOT81hen floonwhen
when they found that Mrs Charles Wolf Wolfon
on the top floor front had been strewing strewingchloride strowlngchloride etrowinichloride
chloride of lime about In an effort to rlc rlcher rid ridher k kher
her rooms of a stench that had been grow growIng growIng growIng
Ing wprso for a day or two twoFinding twoFinrlill twoFinding
Finding Finrlill nothing In Mrs Flynns apart apartments apartment apartplents ¬
plents ments to explain what was wrong the twc twcyoung twooung twcyoung
young men mellwent went to the tti roof and nd decider deciderto dectclrto
to search the chimney They got a stick Btlcland stickLnd Midand
and poked it down It t met no obstruction obstructionand
and they went to a hardware shop across acrossth acrolltJthll acrossthct
thll th street and got a pole about flfteer flfteerfeet flCtfEnroot fiftoerfeet
feet long This showed that thechlmno thechlmnowas thechlmnerwas the chimne chimnewas
was blocked blockedThey blockedThey blockedThey
They pulled up the pole and fastened fasunedhook t thook a ahook
hook to the end of it Then they tho lowered lowcrtxiIt
It a second tune and an whwi whl > lI they brought It Itup Itup itup
up they pulled up u II the sleeve of a 1 girls girlsdress girlsreM girliirea
dress irea reM and some hair hairThey hairThey hairThey
They unmedlntoly I vent to tho tim East 104tli 104tlistreet IlHthitreet iott iottMteet
street police station ill at Ion and notified Capt CaptHerlihy apt aptH aptflerlihy
Herlihy H rllliY He H sent Inl them Imrk ruk with De Detective n nlecthfI Dtectiv ¬
tective Smith and an plans wore made to takr takrout tRkoout taktout
out the body It wax decided to break breakthrough hreakthfOuRh breakthrouKh
through the wall of Mrs Mf Wolfs front room roomn
n a little mathematical calculation showed showedthat KhowedthRt showedthat
that the body hod would bo about midway midwaybetween midwayhetwten midwaybetween
between the floor and coiling of her apart apartment apartmnt apartrnent ¬
ment mentEnsiBflP rnentEngltLt
EnsiBflP gll l I In flvUUHUj 9ft H strot root rrrltBld rrrltBldFlNiinlU t and andFireman andFLednan
Fireman William CiillAn was WII ienf sen 10 f f around aroundto ar a itidd itiddto fJ d dto
to the house with an a I an and pick He Hemade liemade l lmade
made short work of breaking Into the thechimney th thchlmnpy thechimney
chimney and the th girls Kirllh girl body dy was wa found foundIt rpundIt
It Iran clothed M the child was wa when she sheleft IIholeft shiheft
left home oven to the > pink ribbon in her herhair hlrhair herhair
hair There wan no sign of f intitilat mutilation mutilationA ion ionA
A few marks on the face wore attributed attributedto
to the hook whWh hlh the young men had hadused hlldu8ed hadueed
used In the chimney The body was taken takenat takenat takenat
at once to the station house houseCapt houlleCApt houseCapt
Capt Langan of the Detective Bureauand Bureau Burauand Bureauiind
and the dflteotivA of r the East 104th street streetstation IItrlflttatlon streetstation
station began an Investigation to find out oultf outU outI
tf I the girl < < Irl had been killed and then put putrlown Plltdom putdown
dom the chimney The chimney rises risesabout riseRabout risesabut
about five feet above the roof and is close closeto clOlleto ciosto
to the house front parapet which whichis is two twonnd twonnda and anda
a half feet high so that the chimney top it itreadily IRreadily i ireadily
readily accessible from I om the roof The Thechimney Thechimney Thechimney
chimney ia used by both houses and ban banfour hMfour hasfour
four flues The body was wlUlln in the flue nearest nearestthe nearetthe neareatthe
the street and the parapet parapetThe parapetThl parapetThe
The mouth of the flue is about nine inches Inohesquare InohMsquare inchessquare
square The tennntsjin the house h ullellllid aald that thatnil thatall thatall
all the children in the two houses hou houesand eftand and there thereare thereare thereare
are a number of them themma themmake make e a playground playgroundof
of the roof in good weather A common commongame commonlame commongame
game among the children woo to play hide hideand hideand hideand
and seek and frequently Irequentlyacoordlng according to the thechildren thechildren thechildren
children one of them got Into the chimney chimneyto
to hide from the others Josie McCahlll McCahllloften McCahillnrten McCahihloften
often wont to tho roof There was a pet petkitten petkitten petkitten
kitten In tho McCaliill family which tho thogirl thogirl thogirl
girl played with there According to the thetenants th thtenants thtennta
tenants the kitten for three or four daysafter days daysafter daysalter
after the girl was missed meowed and cried criedon criedon criedon
on the roof near the chimney chimneyJosie ohlmneyJOllie chimneyJoale
Josie was plump about three feet tall talland tR1Iand talland
and weighed about fclxly pound To Tosatisfy ToMtltfy Tosatisfy
satisfy themselves that the child could have haveaccidentally haveaccidentally haveaccidentally
accidentally fallen down the chimney tho thopolice thopolice thepolice
police after the I he body bodyhad had been taken outgot out outgot olltaot
got a boy a little larger than the MoCahlll MoCahlllgirl MoCahl1Rlrl McCahllLgirl
girl and lowered him lJIm through the chimney chimneyopening chimneyoPnlng chimneyopening
opening oPnlng TJiis Th 1 convinced them that the thechild theclld thechild
child clld could couldbve couldliave nave climbed clmbed to tho top of the thochimney thecblmney thechimney
chimney and an fallen falen in inBoth InBth iiuBoth
Both Bth Capts Capt Langan Lngan and Herlihy said saidthat Rid Ridthat saidthat
that they felt sure sur that tht the girl gir was as noel accidentally nccldentally noeldentally ¬
dentally killed k1o The police plc thought that thatperhaps thatprhap thatperhape
perhaps prhap she had hd been bn playing with wl b other otherchildren otherohildrn otheroluildr
children ohildrn oluildr ru in the house houa and that some Bme of ofthe 01Ibe ofthe
the other othr children chidrn knew something 10mthing aboutuer about abouttar II IIbe
tar be uer falling ta1nl In and had h been bn afraid afrid to tell tellor tellor tellOr
or were lretoo too young youg to know what ht hat to trill trillThey tel tellThey
They Te questioned qUtone the children chidrn but could couldfad culd culdAnd couldnd
fad nd no one who knew kne or would tell tel any anything anything anything ¬
thing about it itOne ItOne itOne
One of the stories tre told In the th house hou last lastnight llt lltnight lastnight
night waa wa that tht a woman womn called u1 on Mrs MrsMcCahlll 2Jr MraMOCaIdU
McCahlll Mcal early el yesterday yeteryaferoon afternoon and andlaid andMd andsaid
laid Md that tht abe a could cl find fnd the th missing m lg girl girland girland I
and that tht abe b had b an infallible InfLlb1 method mthod of offinding ofbdlng ofending
finding a lost lot children chndrn Mrs Mr MoCahlll Mcai would would4Te WQuidkv wouldbye
bye 4Te nothing to do with her hr She 8h came cameback c camebeau
back kv In ii a few mlnut a with wlt a piece pleo pie of cloth clothand clothtlUht clothli
and said tlUht that she b had h b bn ben n to the roof rf and andthat andtht andIbat
that tht the te girls body by was wa in the chimney chimneyThis chimneyTi chimneyThis
Ir1
This Ti woman womn who said ld her name was wasRogers wa wasRoe I I Itol
Rogers returned rtU to the house hou last night night8he nighthe
8he RPf he told tol the tle story stor of having hvll been ben there thr Intb in inthis Intb
tb tb this afternoon ateroon and a said sid that tht she he knew all allthe al allh
the th h time tm that tht the t body b was w In the th chimney chimneySome ohlmey ohlmeySm chimneySome
Some Sm of the th bystanders bytande1 thought she s h should shouldj shouldart
j ibe e arrested art and told Policeman PoUcm Br Bran nan nanso nn
8 so Brennan Brnn took tok her hr to the station staton a and andCapt andCapt nd ndCapt
Capt Herlihy Herlih questioned queton her No one onewould onowould onewould
would make me a complaint cmplaint against aglnt her however how however however ¬
ever and the captain cptain ptain said he saw 11 no reason reasonfor rln rlnror reasonfor
for holding her and she eh was w released releasedSome ri releasedSome ea
Some Sme child may my have h babbled bbble about abut the thechimney tbechimney thechimney
chimney to her herAfter hr hrAtr herS
S After Atr the body by had ha been ben taken to the thestation theItaton thestation
station Itaton Dr Schneppal Shneppel hneppel of Harlem Hrem Hospital Hospitalexamined Hopltl Hopltlexmine lioepltaiexamined
examined exmine it He said Id that the body by was wubly so sobadly sobadly
badly bly decomposed dempo that It was was Impossible Impossibleto Imposible Imposible10tel
to 10tel toll definitely defnitely what had caused caus death deathbut dat deathbut
but h he was Wa wa unable unablelo to find fnd any marks mrk of vio violence vl vlI Io IolNxJ ¬
lence I Courier COf Ier Ier Jackson Ja 1 said id Idu as muchAn much muchAn muobA
An A autopsy auto will wl be made today todaythe todayWkil T TI
Wkil I tksIaeii 4 pl iUds eris pl iettiai iettiaiu
u the t tbbedyprepartIoLa b b preparations prtOI were webehn bq bqr being wad wadI d
r
I I I
In the neighborhood nelghbrh d for a mass I meetl meetlto metng metngto meetirto
to raise funds fund and take step step to run dov dovthe dowl dowlthe do dothe
the kidnappers kldn ppel about abo aboq whom much hi hibeen hus husbeEn hgbeen
been printed The meeting melng was to ha habeen hae haebn batbeen
been bn hold In Harlem Terraco Terr In East loll 1041street 10h 10h8trt lollstreet
street 8trt and two brass bras bands buds had been ben hire hireSenator hired hiredSenator hlreuSenator
Senator Frowley who was WI to tPJlde preside was Wi t tthe III i ithe
the th Tammany headquarters hedquarters when he ws wsnotified vi vinotified as asnotOel
notified notOel that tht the body bad been ben found founcHo foundHe foumHe
He had made all preparations prparatons to marc marcto maroQ maroQto marcto
to the meeting metng1Uh with the Tammanyltes Tammanylte Tammanyitesthe t ttho 01 01tho
tho district dlstrlot Turning TrnIng to AssemblymaJulius Astemblyma AstemblymaJulius Alemblyman AlemblymanJulus
Julius Julus Brosen he said saidGet ald aldMOot saidGot
Get right over there and tell tel the crow crowthat crowd crowdthat crowthat
that there ther will wi be no meeting melng Bond th thbrass the thebraK Ubrass
brass braK bands home homeWhen hOle hOleWhen homeWhen
When Assemblyman Alemblyman Brosen got to th thmeeting the themetng Umeeting
meeting metng hal hall It was half filled fle Most of thos thospresent thol t luo luoPresenV
present had heard herd of the finding of th thbody the thebod thbody
body bod Assemblyman Brosen had a type typewritten typewriten typewritten
written writen speech speh ready redy which whlohhe he was WI pr prpaied pre prepaled prtpared
paled to read Jd but the people peple made mde s smuch f smuch
much noise noillein In the hall hal discussing the flndln flndlnof findinof fnding fndingor
of the body bdy that he tore up the speech am amadjourned and andadjourne anadjourned
adjourned adjourne the meeting meetingCrowds Ittng IttngCrowds neetIngCrowds
Crowds began helan to gather about abut the deal dealgirls deadglrls dewgins
girls home The reserves rres of the Eas Eas104th Et Etl0th Ens104th
104th l0th street strt station 8taton were ordered orerd out tc tcclear toolear t tclear
clear the avenue but the crowd was WI to tolarge to tolarge <
large Uptown and downtown downto cars ors wortblocked were wereblocked wereblocke
blocked blocke and an twice twic calls mia were wer sent nt to o th thEast the theEllt thEast <
East Ellt Eightyeighth street stret station for mon monreserves mor morrrve nuorreserves
reserves rrve By 8 p clock clok lost lt nlghtthe stree streewas strEt strEtW4 streewas
was W4 impassable Implblc Reports Rpor had been in industriously Industriously inhuetTiOUsly
dustriously spread sprea that the girl lrl had beei beeimurdered bn bnmurer beeimurdered
murdered murer Mutterings Muterlns were ers raised rle agains againsWing lalnt lalntWln gnlnsWIng
Wing Wln Lee L a Chinaman Cinaman who ho has hl a Inundr Inundron laundry laundryon
on the ground floor of the tepement ir irwhich In Inwhich itwhich
which tho McCahills Mcahllt live lve Threats Thrats hot hotbeen 11m 11mbn hwbeen
been bn made mdo against agalnt the Chinaman befon befonand bfore bforeand beforand
and the Chinaman had kept in seclusion luslon al alday al alday
day and locked loke up the shop It I was wa closer closerand clos closetand
and dark last night but that tha made me no nodifference nodlfono ticdifforumue
dlfono difference to the crowd A woman womn pushed pushexiher pueho pushedher
her way through the crowd and an yelled yelledThat yele yelledThat
That hat damn Chinaman Chlaman Chipaman killed kied Josie JosieMcCahlll JoslMch1 JoshMcCahlli
McCahlll McCahlllThere Mch1 McCahlliThere
There was a shout from frol the crowd and andseveral andsvorl anc ancseveral
several svorl stones stone were thrown thro1n One of the thestones thAston thEstones
ston stones went through the window of the thelaundry thelaundr th thlaundry
laundry laundr The crowd broke through the thepolice thepolce thEpolice
polce police lines Ine Tho oops ops drew their clubs clubsand clubsand clubtand
and drove the mob helterskelter helterskller back backDuring backDuring backDuring
During all al the excitement exciement two tvo docton doctonwero dotol dotolwere doctonwere
were attending attn ing Mrs McCahlll McCahi When told tolcthat toldthnt bitthat
that her daughters da ghters body boy had been ben founcnho fount toundIho founttito
Iho nho became hysterical hysOrlralad and fainted faintedThere faint faintedThere
There are arf four children chidrn left In the McCa McCahill lca lcahi MoCabill
hi hill family famiy and tho eldest eldet William Wllam who ho li II
22 2 years e1S old old said sid he thought his hi sister hocbeen hoc hadben hatbeen
ben been murdered He said Bld that th t there ther was WI wasgold e egold a agold
gold ring on her finger when she was WI last lastpeon llt lltfn lasuePn
fn peon In the house and he was wa very onxlou onxlouto anllou anllouto
to know if the ring rln was wa still Itl there ter At the theHarlem theHarlem theHarlem
Harlem morgue whore the body was taken takenIt takenI
I It WAS wil ald Id that the ring was 8 on the girli girlifinger alrlsfnger glrIfinger
fingerOne fnger finger fingerOne
One story told was 1 that when Flynn Flynnnd Flynnand Flynrnd
and nd Strowsburg Stralblrg were wfro trying to got at the theliody t theody
liody with the polo plo theypulled thEypule up a mane mantock mals malsock manetook
ock < Tho police polo said lld that tht this was a mis mistake 111 111lakf mIsake ¬
lakf take that the only thing that had lHn lHnpicked beer beerickctI M > C Cnicked
nicked tip lp on the hook by the young rounl men incaAas menivas menwas
was the sleeve IIvO of the girls girl dress dressThe dl dressThe
The crowd stayed tyed around the MoCahill MoCahillIOUM McCahl MeCahill1OIIKC
h011 IOUM < until unti nearly n < rly midnight but was gradu graduillydisperseiHJy grdu grdualrdip graduIhidispemed4tWepoltei
illydisperseiHJy Ihidispemed4tWepoltei Ihidispemed4tWepolteiThe = tlw police policeThe
alrdip The rewards rwardll offered oller Ttkpl for the recovery toer of ofho oftho orho
ho girl amounted a NOnt in Ii the e aggregate allraat tots500 tots500f o3 O
Irl
or f this thll sIaOO 1500 5 was pledged pltged by by Senator enalor Fraw Frawpy Frawey raw rawIp
Ip py and the Ih rest rtt was offered olfr hy buslnwm buslnwmmen buslnNR buslnNRJnen bwuincwnen
men In the district IBtrlit Senator Sn Se ttor tor Frawley Frwley wild wildthe saidhe aid aidthe
the Investigation InvestaatQn < of the girls disappear disappearinon dl diseppearInce
anr inon would be continued continuedOne rontlnuo eottinuedOne ppar pparanr
One On of the stories 8torl told last night came camefrom omA omArrom camerrom
rrom a young woman who lives Ihe In 1841 1841Ihe IRIIhe IS4Ihe
Ihe house next to the Mcahll McCahills She Rh said saidthat ald aldthat saIdhat
that on Tuesday Tu day morning momlngsho she waited waie up uplate uiate p plat
lat late ate for her father to come co e home About AboutI Abut Abuta Aboutoclock
a I oclock she h heard herd a noise nola on the roof roofihe rr rrIhe roofuhe
ihe told the other othprtenantl tenants and it I camerrom came camefrom cme cmefrom
from near ner the chimney chimneyThen chmney chmneyThen chimneyThen
Then some 10mI one walked walke across acrO the roof roofloKoondcd roofdC8nde roofIetcended
dC8nde loKoondcd the stairs Ilalrs and wentdown went down through throughIhe
Ihe house hOIl She opened opned the window and andsaw anr andtaw
f saw a man mn in light lght clothes cothes who ho might have havebeen hve hvebn haveen
bn been en a a plasterer pllterr leave IE v tho house how and walk walklown walkdown walklown
lown Third Thir avenue Apparently Apprnty the thevomnn Ihewomn thevoman
womn vomnn didnt tell tel 1e1ue any an one In the house houseibout hOU8 hOU8about houseibout
ibout it until unt 1 last Ilt night nightGOVLD nightOFLD nightI0LD
GOVLD SUES sm AIWI1EYECTUleges ARCHITECT ARCHITECTUlegM A101IfT A101IfTAllrt1
Allrt1 UlegM That lie le Hull Cul t Work on 01 Plant for forModernized a aloprnllH aModernizEd
Modernized loprnllH Kilkenny Kklnn Cattle CattleHoward c CastleHoward nr nrUoward
Howard Clould has hal begun bgun a suit in the theiupreme theSupreme thisiuprerne
Supreme Court Cour to recover r ver faoOOO fO to000 from fromIbnor IromAbnor fromtbnor
Ibnor J Haydel the architect archiect of 168 15 Fifth Fifthtvenue Fifthavenue Fifthvenue
avenue for alleged alpgee breach brtoh of contract contractrlr cntract cntractMr contractrir
Mr rlr Oouldtt Oould attorneys alorneye Hale A Powell Powelllave Powel Powelliave
havo lave served sno 5fl a summons SlllnOI In the suit lult upon uponilr upon11r uponIt
11r ilr Haydol 10dol and the latter lator ha has instructed instructedJe Instructd
De Je e Forrest Forrt DroA to defend the case caseThe 0ge 0geThe caseThe I
The suit arises arl out of tho building Iuldlnl of ofastlo ofCIlIUO ofastlo
astlo Gould at Sands Point on tho north northhore northshor northbore
bore of Long island Mr Gould Ooul and his hlnvife hil hilfe hisrife
shor
rife fe visited isltd Ireland a few years ago ao and andrare ad adwer androre
wer rare muoh attracted atracted by the appearance appearanceif aPPranc aPPrancof
of if f Kilkenny Kikenny Castle CastleOn CMte CMteOn CastleOn
On their return rturn Mr dr Gould decided deided to torect t teret tesect
eret sect a modern mansion manion on his Long Lng Island Islandtato IslandCtt Islandstate
Ctt state patterned patered after aOr Kilkenny Kiken Castle Castlend C Castlend aslo asloand
draw foruch for foruoh lor8uoh
and nd engaged engo ed Mr Haydol to drw plans plal
uoh a building buildingMr buildingMr
Mr HaydePs instructions Instruolow however howeverompelled howevercompled howeyerompelleci
ompelled him hll to depart front frOf the lines line of ofUlkenny ofKikenny ofilkenny
compled Ulkenny Castle Cute aa Mr and Mrs Gould Gouldrantedto Gouldwant Gouldranted
Kikenny rantedto ranted to have certain rooms rQOI of definite definiteintensions denlt definiteLimenslons
intensions want according aordl to their own ideas ideasOther Idel Ideloher ideuOther
Other deviationsfrom devitons from the plans plan prepared preparedy propre
oher
by > y Mr Haydol were of such suu a nature natur he hea hesays heaye
says a aye s that tat finally fnaly he declined declned to continue continuerawing contnue contnuedr continueLrwIng
dr rawing wlng fresh specifications specificationsThen epolfctons epolfctonsThen specificationsThen
Then Mr dould began bga the te present prnt action actionilleging nton ntonaleglng actionhieging
had broken his hison lilaontract
illeging that Mr Haydel hi hicontrt
contrt aleglng on ontract tract Qat by refusing reusing to t go on with wih this thUrork thl thlwork thisrork
rork workMr rorkMr rorkMr
Mr Haydel drew drw the plans pla for the Elliott ElliottYShepard Elott ElottFSh ElhiotShepard
FSh Shepard pard house houe In Sixtysecond Shtty nd street Itret and andor ad adfor antiDr
for or the Shepard Memorial Church at Scar Scarlorough Scarboroulh Scarorough
lorough N Y He won a mwjal m 41 a for his hititans hispl hisIan
boroulh pl itans Ian for the latter building at the Paris ParisExposition Pars ParsEposlt Parisxposltion
Eposlt Exposition ExpositionTfSrVT xposltionrUSTxr n nWUST7T
TfSrVT DESKttT run TIEI WIVES WhlEssrntni WIVESarnlna IFS IFSarnln
arnlna arnln to poldlers olditre Who 10 Married Native NativeWomen Satlv Satlvomtn NatIveWemen
Women omtn loldtr In Porte Rico RicoWASHINGTON RlooWUUINOTN RicoWasulsooN
WASHINGTON WUUINOTN May ay 12 nBfor 12Before Before leaving leavingorto leavingPoro leavingorto
orto Rico for the United Unied State those tho en ensted enlite enated
Poro sted men ot theFiftysixth the FlftyIKth and Fifty Flftyinth Flty Fltyninth Fiftylath
lite mn who whoad whobd whoad
of Coast Artillery
ninth lath companies Cat Arler
ad married ompnltl native ntle women womn in forto Prto Porto Rico Ricoey Rc Rcwer Ricoels
bd mr their commanding ofiloere ofiloereV
els notified by thir oommdlnl orcn orcnhv
wer hv V direction notled of the War Jfrmnt flepartment t1t t1ttly that thatiey
iey dirtIon would be held th responsible IDle by b the th mill millry mU mliiIn
tly tary In ey ry authorities authortleslr b If they thy rlP deserted delre their Ihlr wlve4 wlve4nd wlve wlva4nd
and nd children childrenSome childrenSome
Some chldrJ of the men married mrrie Porto Por Port 0 Alcana Alcanahen nlcl nlclwhn Iticanshen
whn hen Som the companies cmpnlee tll went to the island four fourears fouryeT8 fourCompny
yeT8 ears aira airateamer ag Compny left on the thesteamr theLearner
Learner T Fiyninth Porto Rico Rlo Compny for 1 1nd 1on isoston on My May 7 7nd I Iand
steamr and nd the Poro Fiftysixth FlflYllrh Company on th thlearner the theearner
th York Testeray cr crdy
learner Maracalbo for New Tester
Itumr It Maribo U supposed up that the lh native wiv wivf wlY1 wlY1of wives wivesr
dy of ay f r soldiers Idll I 1 and their lhlr children chidrn are ar on the theOnnd theemerL
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JEROME SUBPOENAS LEWISOB LEWISOBIT
LEyISOHN LEyISOHNR
IT VAXOEnniLT AY fII1T ALSO j MAVII MAVIIATEI hI4 U Ii IihI4tTEI I
JTEI hI4tTEI ATEI > IN V VAXflKLD VAM VAMA IAU
A 4 New ew John Joln Doe 00 InquiryIt Inquiry nqllrl It It 1 tiuppou tiuppouThat IIPPe ppoii ppoiiThat
That Tat the Witness lnrM Will Wi llI Decline Drclne to Ai Aiatvrr Al AlInr ii iiwe
atvrr Inr we and nd Uo Jo to the Court ourl of Appea AppeaAgain Appal AppalAalnIAllohl AppeaAgaInLswlsohngphqdat
AgaInLswlsohngphqdat Again AalnIAllohl l < ewltohn Nerved Rr rd at Raeetracl RaeetraclDistrict naoetraekDltriot flaeetraelDistrict
District Dltriot Attorney Atorney Jerome Jerme received yes yeiterday yesterday yeterday
terday morning morig from the Secretary SecretaryState Sretry SecretaryState 01 <
State a certified crtfed copy of the Canfleld Canfeld ganbling gan ganbllhg gamblig
bllhg blig law In the afternoon atroon County Cunty D Dtootlvo De Dettvo Ditoctive
tootlvo ttvo Haordon Heado served upon up r Jesse Jee Ijewisoh Ijewisohat Iwlsohnat
at the Morris Park racetrack racitrak a subpcen subpcento suhpna suhpnato
to testify testry on Monday morning moring befoi befoiSpecial bfor bofoiSpecial
Special Spial Sessions SlonK Justice Justc Wyatt In a John JohDoe JohnDo JobDoe
Doe Do proceeding proig It I was WI alto alo said las lasnight Ilt Iltnight lesnight
night that among Ilong a number lumbr of subpneissud subpcena subpcenaUsued subpnl
Usued su by Justice Justce Wyatt is I one for Roglnal RoglnalVanderbllL Iglnald IglnaldVanderbit RoginalVanderbIlt
VanderbIlt Vanderbit The object objet of the th proceedln proceedlnID proeeding proeedingIs
ID of course oour to obtain evidence again againRichard agallft agallftRchard agaituRichard
Richard Rchard A Canfleld Cafeld arid ard his Ii gambling gamblng bout houtat hOUB boutat
at 5 East Et Fortyfourth street streetLewlsohn strBt strBtLwl80h streetLowisohn
Lewlsohn Lwl80h who had gone to the races rn wit witLillian with withLilan witLillian
Lillian Lilan Russell Rus was 1 In tho betting bttig rin rinwhen ring ringwhen rinwhen
when Reardon ltardon walked up tohlmandhande tohlmandhandehim to him and hade hande handehint
him ihe tmbpana lubpna Lewtsohn wits plain plainsurprised plaiulsurprised I Isurrisd
surprised surprisedHow surrisd surrisdlow surprisedflow
How low did you ou know 1 was here iiasked In Inasked he heIked
asked askedIm Iked IkedIim askedIm
Im paid to know IIow where certain c rtaln peopliare people peoplear peopiare
are ar including you said lald Reardon with withlaugh wih withlaugh a alaugh
laugh laughIt laughI
It I is supposed suppse that Lewisghn Le lohn as he dii diia did dida dia
a year ago will 1 again aain refuse rerus to testify ustry abouhis abou abouthis abouhis
his gambling at Canflelda Cnfeld and test th thconstitutionality the thecnettutonaUty Utconstitutionality <
constitutionality cnettutonaUty of the now noW law whiol whioldeclares whiodeclares hlo h hdelar
declares delar that a witness wltnef of this sort Irt eli wllbe w wb elibe
be b Immune from fr criminal prosecutioi prosecutioigrowing proscuton proscutongrowing prosecutioigrowing
growing out of his testimony letmony In case ca li lishould hi hishould he heaoul
should aoul take tke such a course cour there ter Is nothing npthinito nothingto nothin nothinto
to prevent the I e Grand Jurys finding fnU g at atindictment an anIndictmelt atindiotmett
indictment Indictmelt as it did before beror while whie Lewi Lewisohns LewlIhns Lewisohos
sohns Ihns ap appeal > eal Is pending pendingLawyer pnrlng pnrlngLawyer pendingLawyer
Lawyer Alfred Alfr Lauterbach Lautorbah who is II Lewi Lewisohns LewlBhns Lewisohna
sohns Bhns counsel cunsl was wa notified ntife last lat night o othe 01 01te othe
the te service srvice of the subpoena subpna and will w oonfc oonfctoday confotoday onfer onfertooay
today tooay with Lewisohn LewlBhn Being asked ake if hli hliclient his hisclent hiciient
client clent would again appeal appl he said thathi thathicouldnt tat thathoouhcltut he heculdnt
couldnt culdnt toll 101 until unti after he had ha talked talkedwitl talkedwitlTewisohn wit witLewlsohn wih
Lewlsohn rewtBhn and had ha seen sn what hat procedun procedunwould procturo procturoould proceditriwould
would ould bo taken akel in the courts curta The Coun Counof Curt Courof
of Appeals Appal decided decldE that the law in Its Is old oliform oldform ohform
form wan unconstitutional unconstitutionalReginald unconstitutionalReginald ncnttutonal
Reginald Vanderbilt Vandflrblt is living In Newport Newportand Nevprt Nevprtand Newportand
and so B far as a the te District Diltriet Attorney li liaware Is I Iaware
aware has not been in New York since a atmbpccna I Isuhpna esuhpuina
suhpna tmbpccna intended Intnde for him hi wan wa served Bro b bmistake by byml b3 b3mistake
mistake ml tak on his brother brther Alfred Allr Subpoena Subpoenaof Iubpnl
of State courts curts aro not operative opratyo outsidt outsidtof outsidoor outsidof
of the State StateAll Stlte StlteAl HttsAll
All Al day ra ila Iong3esterday 10ng efleray Mr Jerome was wasproMsed wasprMc watpressed
prMc pressed with question juestoD as to t what he in intended Intendr intended ¬
tendr tended to do now that he had got the tht lavthat law lawthat layfhot
that ho itt t hHssold hHFald would deliver the gamblers gamblenInto gamblersInto gamhieriLoto
Into hi hit hit hands handsDo hln handsDo < s sDo
Do you suppose t spent pnt four inonthi inonthimoving monthsmoving inonthimoving
SUPPI
moving heaven and earth to t get this meas measure meal mealure measIre ¬
ure pawed pi only to sit down and Indo do noth nothing nothing nothing ¬
that Ive it itOf ItOf
ing ng now 10 got i
Of course COlfl you YOI do not expect ox t me to tel tclrou tel telyou
you jny y programme programmeOne progrmme progrmmeQne progremmoOne
One thing I will w say fay however is thAt thaiit thAtat thatit
it no 10 time was WI I ignorant IRnrnt of the scope RCap ol olTie of oft 01lie
t Tie e bill bi and the power It I would give me meis melS meIs
ge
lS is has been Intimated Inlmatr There Ther was oppo oppotltlon opp oppoition
Illon tltlon enough Enough to It among the gamblers gamblersind gamhlpl gamhlpland
and It certainly would voulr not have l Iln been > een good goodtactics goodactica o
lactr tactics to array ray against It certain crtain other otheipowerful otherpowrful otheiowerful
powerful Interests Inttltl which would ould Mirelj Mireljlave fuTly fuTlyhae surel sureliaie
I Iportlons
hae lave been hen the result rl8u1 had prominent cor corporations cr cororation8 ¬
portlons porations now engaged pngaglln in aiding andabet andabetilng and abt abet abeting I Itlng
ilng felonious enterprises tnterprlRe realized reRlZ how howthe 101 ho hohe I Ithe
the law might bo b used usedIt USMJt usedft
It is i wonderful how bo Influence does doeshangn doe doechAngf doeshangn
chAngf hangn ones onel attitude Influence Infuence and self selfnterest leU leUInter8t sehffltere4t
Inter8t nterest It I was a manifested manllted In the differ different dUer dUerlnt differnt ¬
toward the theinflpld theCnfEld theanfield
lnt ent attitude ttude of the legislators IEgblatol
CnfEld inflpld bill bi and the Prinon Prlno bill bi which the theabor tholabr thetuber
labr tuber unions backed backe because bllustlt it made mde its itsnisdemeanor it a anlMlemeanor amidemoanor
midemoanor nlMlemeanor for anyone IIny ono to bribe hriheawalking hriheawalkingielegate rlhl a walking walkinglelegate walkingdelegate
delegate The evidentiary evidentar portions prtions of each eachili ech echbi eachiii
bi ili were wer alike as I two peas Pu I drew drw both bothIfet bothYet bothat
Yet at while whie the legislators were er greatly greatlyirrought grty grtywrought greatlyroughit
wrought up over the Canfleld CLnfeld bill bi and what whathey whatthey whathey
hey declared delar to be b Its constitutionality constitutionalityI conetulonalty conetulonaltyI constitutionalitynoticed
I I noticed notce that they all al voted vote for the Prince Princejill Princ Princetill
bi jill of exactly exoty the same wording wdrlng And Andtfr AndMr Andtr
tfr Prince toted oted against agalnlt the Canfleld bill billis hi billus
is did nearly all al New Ne York Democrats DemocratsBut Democrat DemocratsBut
But Mr Prince Prlne deserve depr0 the credit crit ofeing of ofxing orbing
bing xing reported rEporte as standing against a ant the theCanfleld theCanfield thisanfleld
Canfleld bill bi because le he took the rational rationalground rtiona rtionajund rationalground
ground jund that he didnt think tho gambling gamblinglituatlon gamblng gamblngltaUon gamblingItuation
lituatlon ltaUon called caled for such a law His llt attl attlude aWtude MtItide
tude tide was Wa wrong but it was WI vastly 111 different differentrom dlternt dlterntlrom differentrem
lrom rom that tht of the lawyers lawyer who based bue their theirippoaltlon theirnppoallon theiruppoaition
nppoallon ippoaltlon on the question of constitu conatituiionality constituionality cnttu cnttutonalty
tonalty ionality of a bill bi drawn drlwn in conformity conrorty to tohe tothe tohe
the he Supreme 81promo Courts Courtl decision dellon They Theyrotod Th Tbpyrotod y yoted
rotod for the thl Prince bill bi however and no nomo noono
mo questioned its Is constitutionality constitutionalityWhile onstutonalty onstutonaltyWhlo
While Whlo Mr Jerome Jerm was 1 talking Reardon Reardonras Rerdon RerdonWi
ras at Morris Park with his subpoena subpoenale RUbp na nale
le Wi le and other county cunty detectives have hle been beenor bn bnfor beenor
for or several days trolling tralng men who were weresailed wer weroale weretailed
oale sailed a year ago as I witnesses wlnMIe againstCanfleld against aalntCnfeld againstanfleld
Cnfeld CnfeldBrore Canfleld CanfleldBefore anfleldBefore
Before Brore Lewlsohn Lwilohn won in the Court Curt ofppeals of ofLppeaU ofAppai
Appai LppeaU Canfleld Cnflld had been bn Indicted and andiad andhad andiad
iad obtained obtine from the Supreme Suprme Court a ahange achange ahanga
change of venue to Binghamton where hero his hisrial hi hisrial
rial was set fet before bror Justice JUltlce 8 Bewe e well Fail Failng Fal Failig
tral Ing ng to get an adjournment adjourmfot until unti the Legis Legisature Lgs Lgslature LegisstUre
ature had acted acte on the new bill bl the Dis Disriot Distrct Disriot
riot Ajtorney A torney refused refed to go on with the therial thetral therial
trct rial and nd Justice JUltoe Sown Sewll dismissed dilmled the thendiotment theIndictment thendlottflent
tral Indictment This is no bar br to a fresh freh In Inilctment Indl inliotment
dl ilctment tment for the tle same offence Mr Je Jeome Jerm Jeoms
ome so fur M A the public pUblo knows lUlo8 has h8 not notesubmltted notreubiite notosubmltted
rm reubiite esubmltted the case ce to the Grand Ornd Jury JuryJthough Juryathough Juryithough
Jthough Joseph Joeph Jacobs J8ob the great grat sleuth sleuthrbo sleuthbo Ieuthwbo
athough
rbo bo appeared appartd aa I the complainant cmplainant against againstJanfleld agant agantCnfield againstanfield
Cnfield Janfleld after aler the raid In December D embr 1MB 1MBi 18 i9o i9oI
1 i I still Itl on hand handVHV4 handCH handURIX4
CH VHV4 I HAIIROAD R4lROAO D COXCESSIOX COXCESSIOXirarrlcan COVCESSIOXmerein OlCESSI7 OlCESSI7mrrlcan
irarrlcan Syndicate 8ldlcaUi ndioate Gets the Right alShl ihL for a aLine aLne aLIne
Line Lne From om Macao to Caten Catenp Cnt Canton Cantonspecial n nSprctoJ
special p clA CaNi cab Despair DtPoch la TBE SrN SrNHONQ SU SctHoNe
HoNe KONO May 12 12The The South Suth China Chinaiorning ChinaMornng Chinaioriuing
Mornng iorning Post announces announcs that an American AmericanHilnese Amercan AmercanCinee Americanhinese
has obtained a oonces oonceslon conceson
Hilnese syndicate yndlcte be obtine cnC cnCelon
elon Cinee lon on granted gantd to the th authorities autbrlte of Macao Macaoy Maco Macoby
by y I China Chin through Ihough a special poll Portuguese Portugueselinlster Porugue Porugue1lnlstr PortugueseUnister
from Macao MacnoCanton
linlster to construct a railway riway
1lnlstr to 3 Canton Tho head hed of the th syndicate synict has hasift hasft
lf ift ft for America Amrlcl to tOlour secure capital capitl and ar aringe arrans aringe
of the line lineThe lineThe
inge for the building buldlna lne lneThe
rans The Post P thinks think the tle line lne threatens thaten the theanunerclal theonurll themunervlal
anunerclal future tutu of Hong Kong If the themericnna theAmricn themeilcans
onurll mericnna decide to dredge Macao lacap harbor harborr hrbor hrboror
Amricn dole drl
or r r to secure lcu an adjacent ajacnt deep sea Iea harbor harborThe hrbor hrborTh harborThe
The Hong Kong community cmmuniy Is Indignant indlgnant Indllant Indllantat Indignantthe
at t Th the delay in the construction oltrclon of the te stow KowMII stowion ow owloon
loon ion and Canton line ln The Th local locl govern governent gornmnt governent
Cnton
mnt rue ent concurs concu in the urgent uent need n of the theKxtra theInl therue
Inl
Kxtra xtra UMvctlvrs Dttetl at Coney Cne ImiamiPollee lilaml lilamlPolioe Ilanl IlanlPolic
Polioe Polic Commissioner Cmmlioner McAdoo McAdo announced announcedeaterday announod announodyeltray announcedeaterday
yeltray eaterday that tat there ther will w1 be a detective detectiverce detthe detthefor
rca ot thirty men at Coney Island blnd onimutter on onimmer
for tirty mn
immer o Saturdays and ad Sundays Bud Inspeo Ip IrpeourMcQuakywlit
tr ummr urMcQuakywlit MkywW stnra > hve have crp charge of tem them and andS
bwW S will be he held rponsIbIe Dlble f
01 WAMnKllhAIV A IN liE ItKAlIEAltii ItKAlIEAltiiSpraki mFARS mFARSIlrk IIIEA 85 85Speaks
Speaks Ilrk to a Oreat Audience AudlrnorHa1 Says I IPolicy 11 11lollY I Ilolley
Policy lollY Will I Win In In II Time Timefipieliil Thlr ThlrPUIIII TimepvctI
fipieliil < CaSts Cob Uetpalch lepalch lo TUB UI Su SuLONDON SUN SUNION SUNliNIN
ION liNIN LONDON DON May 1 12JOcph I2Jocph Joncph Chamberlain Chamberlaiaddreid Chamberlainadrei Chanuberlaiaddreod
addreid adrei > an immense audience at Bl Blmingham Bir Birmingham liimiughain
mingham tonight this thll being blna his first fil tap tapparlnoe a apearunoo apearanee
pearunoo parlnoe on the platform since his hit holday hoi hoiday hol
day He had a rousing rouing reception receptionMr repton reptonMr
Mr Chamberlain Cambrlain recounted rounted the progrei progreiand progreS progreSand progretand
and results rula of tho fiscal fiBal campaign whic whicwaa which whichWI whicwas
was WI begun bgun just a year yer ago and confident confidentand confdenty confdentyand confidentiand
and forcefully lo ruly reaffirmed reafrme that his polio polioalthough ploy ployalhough polioalthough
although alhough It It was w8ln In advance of official ofolal oplnlo oplnlowould oplnlol oplnlolwould oplniowould
would be adopted eventually eventuallyHe evetual
He said that he wished wlshl the th system of tl tlreferendum the therererendul Ureferendum
referendum rererendul existed In Oreat Britain Britin K Khonestly Ho Hohon Ihonestly
honestly hon ty believed belee that if the fiscal questlc questlcwere queton quetonwore questicwere
were referred rerorrE1 to a referendum rferendum tomorro tomorroIt tomorow tomorowIt
It would be cnrred larre by a great majorlt majorltHe majoriy majoriyHe
He did not know whether whetlmrthe the next electlc electlcwould electon electonwould electicwould
would turn on the fiscal question queton Man Manprominent Manprominent any anypromlnenl
prominent topics toplC might partly party obscure obscuiIt obscureIt obscuit
It for a time mo but if it did uot n t triumph triumphthe at atthe i ithe <
the coming election elitloll its ls followers f010werl would woulkeep wouldkep wonikeep
keep kep at It for the next nextAfter nexlArler nextAfter
After reiterating reitratig his hi familiar lamlar argument argumenthe argmelt
he declared delared that Great Britain Briain must mlst n nlonger no nolonger itlonger
longer be b a football tootbal for foreign nation natloniHe latons latonsHe nationHe
He wished wi hed no 10 ill I for foreigncountries lorelglcountrl bl blhe but buthe Inhe
he wished wihed good for Great Orat Britain BritainThe Britil BritainThe
The speech lph was wa delivered delvered with youthfi youthfivigor youthrulIgor youthftvigor
vigor Igor and Mr lr Chamberlain Chambrlain was I applauded applaudeifervently applaudedrerel appiaudefervently
fervently ferventlyTH rerel ty
TH AttVAXCE 0 TO LHASA LHASAFormal 11 11lrmal Li1tSLlorinal
Formal lrmal Announcement nnouneI tnt of England nlanll Iui Iuipose Iur IurpleTibtan luipaseTlhetans
pose pleTibtan paseTlhetans Tibetans Have In Cannon CannonSffdal Cnnon CnnonSpulal CannonSpecial
Special CaWt col Pupate Dtpalch lo TBS HON HONLONDON ttvNLONDOi Ul
LONDON LNDN May 12 12ln In the House HOUB of Cartmoos Coir Coirmons Commons
mons today Mr Brodrtck Secretary Secretar SecretaryState t tState 01 01Stato
State for India announced that tho Brills Brillsexpedition Brltlh Brltlhoxpeion Britisexpedition
expedition oxpeion in Tibet would advanceLhasa advance t tLhasa to toLhaa
Lhasa LhasaA Lhaa
A despatch depatch from Gyangtse OyangtB dated Tore TUPSday TUE Toreday
day says fYS that that Tibetans Tlbetal occupying ocupying a I foi foisix fort fort81x fotsix
six Curlongs urlolR8 from the British Britsh camp opene openeat opened openedat
at at sundown on Monday a persistent perltent fir firwith Oro Orowith firwith
with a I gun carrying crring a one pound solid ld bal balThey bl halThey
They now no have six or seven guns in positior positiorhave positionhave positiorhave
have got the range and have fired fire steadil steadilfor 8tCdly 8tCdlyfor steadilfor
for Several eral hours houl A column reconnoitre reconnoitrefor rennoitre
for four miles mie out to a monastery mona8lry on th thright the theright thright
right whence whenc the approaches Dpprochell to 1 tho for foxwere forwere ror
were discernible discernibleAnother dllrnlble dllrnlbleAnother discernibleAnother
Another large gathering of Tibetan Tibetanis TibetansII
is II reported lported in the Hong Valley VaIEY The mis missjona mission mitelans
sion sjona communications communicatons with wih tho rear ar arstill aro aroItl arstill
still Itl open openLOST openLOST
101 LOST ninjFrELscoia 1ltJEtELUO TO PARI PARIAmerican PARS PARSAIrlan I IAnierlean
American AIrlan Woman Misses r SZOOOO 200 Wort WortAfter ertl ertlAfter rh rhUlr
After Ulr LAnitlnK Lndlns Landln In Cherbourg Cherbourgtipeetal thrrbour thrrbourSpulal hrrhourgSpeCial
SpeCial coN Dfifalclt Vfpalh lo TUB SDK SDKPARIS SUI flt9Pis
PARIS PiUS May 12 12MI l2Mr Mrs Grey Ore an Amen Amorican Amr Amencan
can arrived Irrivo at Cherbourg from New Yorl Yorlon Yorlon
on 01 Monday last lat On obtaining obtaning possessioi possessioiof p0Eslon p0Eslonof
Paris sh sbmissed shmlfsfxi she shemle
of her baggage on her hlr arrivalin Par
missed mle a valise lse containing cntining 120000 100 worth wortlof worlhor
of jewels jewelsThe JewelsT JewelsThe
The T e police polce are searching learhlng for the thief thiefThe thlerTu thiefTue
The North Herman Germn Lloyd steamshi steamshiKronprinz stlomhlp stlomhlpKronprnz stearnshiKrcnpnlna
Kronprinz Kronprnz Tu Wilhelm Wihelm which sailed laltd hence helo ot otMay o oxMay
May 8 for Cherbourg Plymouth ant ancShe ad adDrmln antBremen
Drmln Bremen got into Cherbur Cheriurg on Monday Mondaymorlng Monda Mondamorning
morlng morning She carrieda crrie a large and d dls dlsIngulshed dlstngulHh1 dieinguIsttetl
Ingulshed number of cabin cbIn passengers passengersncludlng p passengersIncluding engeI
tngulHh1 Inludln Including Mrs 11 Mi and Miss US Vanderbilt Vanderbit 1 Mrs MrsV Mrsv
W V Rhinelandcr Stewart Mr and Mm MmUstm Mr MrsElisha
Ustm WhlttlBsey WhlU ey Ilewart Mr and Mrs Mr Juliui Juliuilelschmann JuhiuiFlelschmann Julus JulusFtlschmann
Elilhn
lelschmann and the Baron and Baronea BaroneaI Barone5
H Ftlschmann I von on Ohneeorge OhnEorge Them was WI no n Mrs Mrsirey MI Mrsy
irey y on the list lit but the names lall8 of Mr ant ancr and andMr antrs
ther Mr here hereSaN rs Franci Francis r ua day < of Honolulu T THAN appeared appearedhere appear
HAN IAN FIUNCISCO FRANCISO May ay 12 121rA 12Mrs Mrs Franrp Franrplay Frlln FrllnGay Franreilay
lay Is if the wife wie of Charles Gay Oa the wealth wealthfawailan wealthy wealthyHawaIan woaltbiIfawaiian
HawaIan fawailan sugar planter who lost Ilt yea yeaificatne year vearbecame yeariscamo
became ificatne tho sole lole owner of the Ihl entire entre isiancif Islan Islanif Ishndof
of if Bamal which contains 100000 100 acres acresart acrs acrsPart acresPart
Part art of the Island is In sugar plantations plantationshe plontatons plontatonsThe
The he Island te was 111 taken up originally orlRlnaly b bValter hy hyWaler hWaiter
Waler Waiter Murray Mury Gibson who proposed U Uouncl to totound ftund
und on it a Mormon Moron colony colon but the sue suess suocR cooeKs
eKs ss of Brigham Brighm Youngs scheme here at Saljake Sal Saltlke Salake
cR jake made Gibson Olben abandon the project projectSHOCKIXO projet projetSfICKllO projectSFIOKIXG
SHOCKIXO SfICKllO AlTO UTOCCI ACCIDENT ACCIDEXTKarpi ACCIDENTL OlVT OlVTC
C L Karpi rp Car tar ar Rmathcd Hmahed Snhseheilln In tile Ile of SlaCiip Mar Marcup Ian Ianp
cup p Trials Tlall and Occupants Occupnt MutilatedSpct4I Mutilated MutilatedSpecial uilattd uilattdSptcal
Special Sptcal Cable Cab Dtflch Detpateh lo THB TB SjfK SjfKDOVQLAR S It ItDouotaR
DOVQLAR DOUOLB Isle of Man May 12 12uring 12uringtoays 12turing0days turini turiniodays
odays eliminating elminatng trials for British Brtah com comletltors competltoT8 cometitors
petltoT8 letltors for the Gordon Bennett Benett oup auto autolabile automobie autonohule
mobie labile race while hlo C Earp and his bl brother brothcrore brotherwore brotherrare
wore travelling travelng at racing rcing speed sp they col colided colIdl coldod
Idl ided dod with a wall wil Both were wer shockingly shockinglynjured shokingly shokinglyInjure shockinglynjured
Injure njured njuredMr njuredMr
Mr Earp Er purposely purpely collided oolded with wih the wail waln wal wailn
In n order to stop ItOp otherwise he would calorn calorntously clai caleratouiily
10Uly tously orer have overrun oern the te barrier brier which whichras whichWI whichrail
WI rail crowded crowde with wit spectators spotators The car carabounded ca carbounded carsubounded
rbounded abounded a dozen dozn yards yar smashed mashe tc tcitoms to toalol totoms
alol toms itomsThe tomsThe
The occupants ocupnt were ere hurled hurle eighty ghty yard yardend yardand yardsnd
and > nd were wer mutilated mutlatoo in a terrible trrlble manner mannerIr mannorMr mannerIn
Mr Ir Earps Erps brother broter who was WI acting actng aa l his hienechanician hismtha hisruechanician
mtha nechanician nl cano is In a hopeless hop hopell less condition conditionUs cndilon cndilonHI
HI Us skull skul is fractured frtured The spectators spectatonrero llptatot llptatotero
rem bespattered with blood and one was wainjured wasojured
Injurd InjurdThl njured njuredThe ojuredThe
The Thl racing wan Wa stopped stoppednALLOOS 8topp 8toppLLOOS stoppedIL4LLOONS
nALLOOS LLOOS GAS lAS SET SlT O OX FIRE FIREtwenty FIRETent FIREilentY
Tent twenty Persons Prronl Burned Durne In Trying Tln to Rescue Rescuean Rtlouea Rescuean
an a Aeronaut AeronautSptelat Apronant8perlA Aeronautprrla
Sptelat 8perlA prrla Cuili Cal Dispatch Dupolh lo Turn SUN SDHPARIS 8UMPUII SUNPaBIR
PARIS PUII May 12 1A 12A A balloon hal00n named the thelurcouf theRurcuf theurcouf
Rurcuf lurcouf coming comig from Rambouillet Ramboulet to toaris toParis toaria
Paris aria and steered stered by Aeronaut Bacon Baconoo Baconoopxd 00 00ipfted 001 001lap
ipfted in Rue Edouard Robert Robrt Bacon Baconos BaconWI Bacontea
lap WI tea os caught cau ht beneath bneath the carPedestriansruehed car carPedestrians carPedetrlanR
Pedestrians PedetrlanR Pedestriansruehed rushed to his aid They cut cuthe cutIhe outhe
Ihe he balloon with a pocketknife poketknlo and the thereaping theeaplng thesoaping
reaping bUoon gas lighted from a cigarette that thatne thatone thatno
eaplng ga lghted cgaett
one ne of them was smoking exploded Ixploded and andurn andumthg andburig
burig umthg urn ing twenty people pople several svoral of them themriously themsriously themeriously
sriously riously eriouslyChinese riouslyChinese >
sriouslyClnHe Chinese ClnHe Labor Lbr In South AfricaSprca Africa AfricaSptclal Arrlla ArrllaSpecal
Sptclal Specal Catilt Cal co Ditpatch Dpalh lo Tn Ta Tax RUN RUNLONDON 8U SewLONDON
LONDON LNDON May 12 12In In the te Rouse HOle of Com Comlone Cm Cmmons Cornnone
lone today Mr Ljrttelton Lytlton Secretary Secretaryrf rtary rtaryof
of rf f State for the Colonies ClonlM announced thathe that thathe thatthe
he Stte convention authorizing authorzing the imporitlon impor Impr Imprttion iniporitlon
ttion itlon conventon of Chinese Cinee laborers laborrs Into South Africa Africaould Arca Arcawould Africaould
would ould be b signed signe tomorrow tomorrow1ARRY tomorw tomorwHUll tomorrowtARRY
tARRY IEHIPS ROLL MISSIXO MISSIXOUs
HUll UIIS
11 Us II TTieatre ntrp Party Prt Had to Get a Box en enTick enTck enTick
Tick TickHarry Tck TckHur TickHarry
Harry Hur Lehr h accompanied acompal by his wife wifend wie wieand wifend
and nd two other couples couple drove dro up last night nighti nght nghtto
to i I the West End Ed Theatre in Harlem where wherereber wher whereeber
Webr reber and Fields Fild are a playing Mr Lehr Lehrild LehrrId
said rId ho h an wanted wantt a box bx and the th man in the theox theDx
bx ox office ofce said he had ono OlO to sell sellA 11 sellA
A box bx costs cot money and ad Mr Lehr Lhr was wasvldantly WI WIevidently wasridently
evidently aware awar of this for he began bga to toamble tofumbl toimble
fumbl amble through his various pockets pkel Fl Flally flnaly FLaliT
naly ally he turned turl to the two mon In the party partyndeaid pt ptIdsald partyodsaid
Idsald ndeaid I havent any money One or oroth orbth oroth
oth of you wlllliave w1 a0 to t nay for this thi box boxThe bx bxThe boxThe
bth py
The two men went through their clothes clothesnd clothesad clothesid
nd id Anally had to admit lmlt that they hadnt
ad 15 between faly them Lehr Lhr then thel sent st for tho tholanoger thomanr theianager
lanoger btwen of the theatre theate and sold lald be wanted wantedlie wlted wltedthn
manr thn lie xc box on credit crEdl He got It ItLater I itLater
ocket Later Ittr bx Lehr Lhr found kud hit hi money In i an Inside Insideocket Ielde Ieldepket Insideackot
pket pketnam
n nam tumettj > rnrti Exlrsrt llf f Vanilla Vanillath al
r I Ar ArLC th Le the leader all ai the be world orld rd over ovr Ute Ul DO D eUMt thstAr
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FIRE FIE ENGINE KILLS AGED MA MAHit MAN MANlt
Hit lt 114 HAHXAUHMACKAl 1nA1WUACKH IINA iJtIACK4 1 RUN hJOhVIX DOWi DOWil OWN OWNI
l IX MAWHOX AlEVUE AlEVUEWat AVf AVfW AIEVtIEWas
Was W Too Ueaf ner lo Hear Uea the Engines E llne lit 1kinhI litanil Urll Urllami
anil Whistle WtiiiitiJIorees hlltleJone Hones nol Howled Him Im the Ovrand Chrami theann
and ann Tender Wtierli hPI Struck Ilruck Ilmre Ilmrend Him HImWit HImWitanti Wlf Wlfand
and nd Daughter Were tre at at Walden WalilorlDr WaldenDr aldorl aldorlDr
Dr Barnard Mackay 71 years YEar old am amquite and andquite anquite
quite deaf der who wl has h8 been b beenboarding boarding brding at 0 0Madison t bMadison
Madison Mal80n avenue for the past pt three thre monthwas month monthwaa onth
was 4 run over at Twentyseventh Twentysventl utreet otrt am amMadison and andMaditol anMadison
Madison Maditol avenue last nlgft nih nLg by Engine I Iand 18 18and Iand
and the tender following folowing It I He was in instanUy Ing Ingstanty Instantly
stanty stanUy killedAfter killed killedAfter kie
After dinner la last ul t night he went for forwalk i iwalk a awalk
walk as was WI his custom and started through througlMadison throughMadisof througMadison
Madison Square Iquare iuare park par returning rc urnll toward towarihis towardhis towarhis
his home at atl3 t3 93G oclock oclockAt oclok oclokAt oclockAt
At the corner oore of Twentyseventh TweltYtventh Btree BtreeDr Itreet ItreetDr streeDr
Dr Mackay started to cross from the w Wtt WttIde wits witsside w wside
side Ide of the avenue to his house hous on the eon eonside MHt MHtaide ensside
side He didnt see se the firo engine dash daahing dh dhIng dashing
ing north nrth and his deafness defne prevented prvented hip hipfrom hlJ hitfrom
from hearing hering the clanging of the bell bl or th thtooting the thetooling thtooting
tooting of the engine whistle The engine cnginwas enginewas enginwas
was answering what proved to be a fate fatealarm falB falBalarm misalarm
alarm from Twentyseventh street tret an anLexington and andLxington aniLexington <
Lexington Lxington avenueDriver avenue avenueDriver aVenueDriver
Driver James Jame Rellly Reiy of the engine enginechecked enginechecked enginechecked
checked his h three Ihre gray gry horses hors but couldn1 couldn1bring culdt culdtbrlnR couldabring
bring them to a stop and plunged plunge over oveiDr overDr oweDr
Dr Mackay who was WI struck by the hoof hoofof hoorsof hoofof
of tho middle horse hor The wheels whels did no nohit not nothit nohit
hit the doctor who might have escapee escapeeserious escpe escapeiserious
serious erlous Injury Ijur had ha not the horses hol in I rearinimade rearing rearingmade rearng rearngmae
made mae the fire fr box on the rear drop down downcrushing do docrushing downcrushing
crushing the old man as a he e lay In the street streetCapt streetCpt streetCapt
Capt Cpt John F Walsh who wan WS on tinrear tin therear Lbrear
rear of the engine tngint jumped off 01 arid a111 tried trie Li Lidrag t tdrag to < I
drag drg Dr Mackay Maok y from in front frnt of the tender tenderwhich tenderhlch tenderwhich
which hlch was W8 following folowing at a swift rate The Thitender Thetender Thtender
tender was 1 too close clos and when its It driver driverJohn driverJohn driverJohn
John Rable Rbie tried trie to turn tur out of the way wayboth wayboth ay ayboth
both wheels wht1 on the left side of the tender tendeiran tenderran tendsran
ran over Dr Mackay Capt pt Walsh Wnlh wai waialso Wi Wialso waalso
also knocked down and narrowly narrwly nscapcx nscapcxbeing encapecbeing eaped eapedbeing
being run over overPoliceman overPolcemon overPolicemen
Policeman Polcemon Bceheka Boseka and Debes Deb of the thiTenderloin theTendtrloln tbTenderloin
Tenderloin station staton wero following folowing the thiengines theengines Utengines
engines and saw sw the accident acident They Theywith Theywllh Theywith
with Capt Walsh Walh picked pickel up lp Dr Mapka Mapkaand Maokayand Mackaland
and carried carrlo him to his home An ambu ambulance abu abulance ambulance ¬
lance was M summoned summono from the New York YorlHospital Yorklllpit Yoxihospital
Hospital lllpit but the man was 8 dead when hen Dr DrMills DrMis DrMills
Mills Mis came cameDr cameDr cameDr
Dr MackayH wife wlo and daughter Mar Margaret Margaret Margaret ¬
garet are ar staying at the WaldorfAstoriahaving WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriahaving WaldorrAstorlahalng
having recently rccenty returned from Palm Beach BeachFla Beah BeahFla BeadliFin
Fla Word was Wi sent Rnt to t the hotel and the thedaughter thodaughter thedaughter
daughter hurried hurriN to her fathers boarding boardinghouse hoardinghouM boardlphouse
house She said lald that she hadnt hant told tld lie heimother bermoter liemother
mother moter as B the latter later was In very Ery bad ba health healthWe helt healthVe
We Ve went to Palm Beach Dach for mothers mothershealth mothershEalh motherihealth
health hEalh said Id Miss MI Mackay and faihexdidnt father fatheididnt fatherdidnt
didnt care car to make mke the trip so he heetnyodir heetnyodirthis stayed 8taye Ir Irthis Inthis
this city cty We were preparing prepring to move moveto movuto
to Lenox for the summer and father woe woegoing wa wagoing waxgoing
going with wlh us usDr U UDr usDr
Dr Mackay lived lve for many yeaw eari at at 10 10East 10Et 10East <
East Et Thirtysixth Thirysith street lrt His 1s son Ini Archi Archibald Arhl Arhlbald Arohibald ¬
bald K who in 1sbLUioxaalostmteJmeLzmel 1sbLUioxaalostmteJmeLzmelat 1IUIr8La 1IUIr8Lalt InUioreal 08tt ju8uicsi ju8uicsiat
at lt 8 I Wall Wal ptreet itreet rt now JlqW occupies oupies that house houseHe bQU hQuselie
He le also all was notified nolfr and hurried hlrl to the thehouse thehouf thehouse
house houf where wher Dr Mackays body lay layTho la laThl lagThe
The Thl dead ded man was as bom in England and andwas andwas andwas
was the t hI son on n of the late Col Cl William Wilam Mackay Mackayof
of the British Brtsh Army He le studied tudle medicine medioincIn melolnfl melolnflIn
In Paris PArl1 and was wal graduated grduate with Docton DoctonSands Dolor DoctortSands
Sands and Draper Drpr of this city His HF wife wifewas vdlewas wifewas
was Miss Auchmuty sister of Col Auch Auchmuty Auchmuty Auchinuty
muty mutyDr mutyDr inutyDr
Dr Mackay came cml to this country cuntr many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years ago but never practised pnctsoo medicine medicineowing molclne molclneowing medicineowing
owing to his deafness dearn0 He Hanever < never engaged engagedin engage
in any business buslnee having n considerable considerablefortune cnslderblo cnslderbloloruno considerablefortune
fortune fortuneSoon loruno fortuneSoon
lorunoSn Soon Sn after the accident 10cdent Capt Cpt Cottrell Ctrel of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Tenderloin station staton sent Detectives DetectivesMcQulre Deteotve DetectivesMcGuire
McGuire apd Gallagher Galagher out to arrest alt Rellly ReillyThe RelllyThe Rely RelyThe
The driver was found at his hisengine engine house houl in inEast inEt inFast
Et East Thirteenth Thirtenth street slrt He waft wi taken tk n to totho tothe toUo
the station stton and charged charge with homicide homicideReilly homicidenely homicideReilly
nely Reilly was W greatly grety affected by the acci accident accident acolient ¬
dent Ho was as one ole of the men who went wentto Wfnt Wfntto wentto
to the to Baltimore Bltmore fire In speaking spaking of the theaccident thoaccident the2ccident
accident ho said saidThis 8aidThill saidThis
This is the first flt time tme I ever ran rn over overanybody overanyby overtnybody
anyby anybody although Ive had some pretty prettynarrow prtty prttynarrow prettyarrow
narrow escaped ep When Vhen that alarm alan came cme in inI inI
I I L turned ture up Broadway Broday and had trouble troublemaking troublenaking troubleming
ming making headway heday on o account aunt of the traffic trafficteaching trMo trMoRching trafficReaching
Rching teaching Madison Madll n avenue at Twentythird Twentythirdstreet Twentythir Twentythirdtreet
itrt street I saw sw that tht clear stretch strtch of asphalt asphaltind Iphalt Iphaltand asphaltirid
and let the horses hor have their heads htd I Iexpected Iexpele Iixpected
expele expected the old man would get out of the theway theway thenaywhen
way naywhen when I first fntBW firatsaw saw himand when wh nl I realized realizedhere rlzd rlzdthere realizedhero
here was something wrong wron with wlh him itwas It Itwas Itas
was as too 10 late latenonaixa lateI000I1VG ront
nonaixa 1110110 AFTER DODGE DODGEMstrlot nOOE nOOEttrlet DODOEMatriet
Mstrlot ttrlet Attorneys Atorne1 Deteetlvet teetnl Have lne to Go GotheFace 00the Gothe
theFace the Pce Pace in In Houston HoustonHOUSTON lowton lowtonHolleToN houstonHouqroN
HOUSTON HolleToN Tex May 12 12Charle 12Charles Charles F Ftodge FDdge Fodge
Ddge todge and his party have haveroenty recently manl manlested mnl mnlflt inaniested
flt ested a disposition dlsp08110n to tocecape escape Eape the espionage espionageif eplonago
01 if New York detective deteth and have made a alumber anumber atumber
lumber of efforts eortl to leave town which whichlavo whichhave whichlavo
have lavo been bon frustrated frustratedFollowing fru8trted fru8trtedFolowing frustratedFollowing
Following Folowing upon the receipt reipt here of New Newfork Ne NeYork Nowcork
fork papers paprtl containing ontlllng stories torle to the effect effecthat etet etetthat effecthat
hat Dodges life le was being bing shortened fhortned by byhe bythe byho
the he dissipation dlelpaton In which ho was W8 Indulging Indulgingnd
and nd for which hlch he was amply supplied 8uppled with withunds wtthlunds withunda
unds from rron some source Dodge tpm tpmlorarlly I 1pmorarily m mporrly
porrly lorarlly led le a more mor temperate life although althoughr alth ugh ughDr
Dr r Houston Houstn his attending atending physician says sayshot sys systha sayshat
tha hot he cannot cnnot live le long lo g In I any an event and andn ad adnot andnot
n not likely lkely ever to return retur to New York Yorko Yorkto
to o plead pled to his hil Indictment for perjury perjur in inegard Inregrd inegard
regrd egard to the divorce divorc tangle between betweenharle bten btenCalM betweenbarlee
CalM harle W Morse MOJ and his Mi hi wife wie formerly formerlyIra rormerlyMr
Mr Ira Dodge DodgeAn Dodg DodgeAn
An A incident of interest recently roenly was washe washe as asthe
the he temporary tempory disappearance dl8pperance of Edward EdwardBradley Eward EwardBraley Edwardlradley
Braley Bradley Dodges Dges bodyguard bodyg ar following followingipon folowing folowingupon
upon the appearance apperanc of W H Wall who whoesistered whore whoegistered
re esistered lstere from Atlanta but who ia i sup suploaed eUpp supoeed
p loaed to be b a Chicago Chicgo detective dttive of more moreban morethn moreban
thn ban local lol reputation rputton as I a aroughand rough rugh and tumble tumbleighter tumblefghter tumbleghter
fghter ighter Wall Wal I is i a big bl man and is I appar apparntly apparenty apparntly
ntly in excellent eclent training trainingIn trlntng trlntngIn <
enty
In his hI efforts to escape escape the detectives detectivesin detectvel detectivesodgo
Dodge odgo h8 has eors ben been Ilte assisted b by Brley Bradley ad adWal and andiali
Wal iali in The efforts etorts have hle been confineddriving confined confinedo onfne
to o driving off 01 furiously friously in carriage mrlase with withhe withtho withhe
tho he sleuths driving furiously behindV1000 behind beblndIfOO behind3OOO
V1000 IfOO LEFT 11 TO A 4 RESCUEH RESCUEHle RfWUfl RfWUflle
le le Saved fnr Mrs Ir Uobbts Debb DobbaLlfe Life Lie IK Years YeaT Ao Agoand Aoanl Aoand
and anl and She Remembered Remenlbere Him 1m In Her lr Will WillCHESTBK WillCIIERTEB 11
CHESTBK Pa May 12 12Ernet 12Ernest Ernest A A Roeber Boeberyoung Roeberyoung Robr Robra
a young man mn of Colwyn Colwn has h received reclvo a aheck acheck aheck
heck for 126000 121O from the estate etso of Mm Mmlortha MmMartha M i itartha
Martha Dobbs of Pitteburg Pltbburg who left lef him himhis himtle himhis
tle his amount because bul he saved sved her life le in inrunaway ina inrunawa
a runaway rnawa runawa accident acldent fifteen ffen years yer ago agoBesides agoDeldes agoBesides
Besides Deldes the bequest beuet Roeber I0br also received receivedomn rehe receivedome
omn days ago agol a draft drt for 10000 100 ao additional additionalrom adlonl adlonlfrom
from rom Mrs MI Dobbas Doubel daughter Mrs n Hlng Hlngrmier Hlngerler Ringrailer
erler rmier Itoeber Uobr who Is conducting cnductng a aits amMt aneat
neat market ha has sold ld out Id and will 1 lve live on onhis onis
his its is money He said Nd when he seen 1 tonight tonighthat tzlht tzlhtthat toulghthat
hat the te only thing thnl thln he now wants wa is 1 to find fadwife findi
i wife wie to share ah his hl fortune lorne Already Aly he hems ht heas
h hem ms received rlve suits lull him NIl I proposals propl but none nOD of ofhem 01them ofhem
1
Jh 1
COMMISSIOXER OISSINI WARE WE IWSIIJNHe ItESIGXl ItESIGXlHe llBSIJS llBSIJSUe
He li I Anxout An lou to Get nut ful nf rlhePfnloll rlhePfnlollUmce the prnslo prnsloUfllce Pensioumee
Ufllce and Go pck paek Rack to KansasWASHINOTOM Han HanWASlNTON Kansas RanilisWABIIIROTON
WASHINOTOM WASlNTON May May1Commlelcner 12 12Cornmieeioner Commissioner CPensions o oPensions or orPenslonl
Pensions Penslonl Ware who only olly the t e other dn dncelebrated dy dycelebrte tincelebrated
celebrated celebrte the second ond anniversary anniverar of hi hiappointment his hisappointment hiappointment
appointment OH Commiteloncr ComlllMolcr of Pensions Pensionshas Penlon PenlonhaK Fensiornhas
has handed hande his resignation resllntlon to Presiden PresidenRoosevelt Prldent Prldentt PresidenRoosevelt
Roosevelt to t take effect ele at the President Presidentpleasure Prsidents Prsidentsplouru Presidentpleasure
pleasure It was wa learned lerned today that the thiPresident thePrlldent thPresident
President Prlldent had hae had the resignation rllgntlon for som somtime sometme somtime
time tme and has been ben urging Mr Ware ti tiremain to toremain t tremain
remain In office ofce until UIt after he the Novembeelections Novembe Novembeelections Novembereletons
elections eletons Mr Ware ae for one ole reason reaon o oanother or oranother oanother
another Is anxious to get back bak to Kansas Kansasand Kata Kataand Kanasand
and the President Preident knew knw of this desire desirelong de81r i ilong a along
long time tme before Mr Wares Vares formal resig reslgnation resignaton resignation
nation was wa handed to him himMr himMr himMn
naton wal
Mr Roosovolt HOvol does d08 not want to t havevacancy have i ivacancy a avaancy
vacancy vaancy lit It the head of the Fensloi FensloiOffice Penlon PenlonOfc PerwioiOffice
Office Ofc just at this time tme when tho necessitj necessitjfpr neelty neeltyfpr necessitfpr
fpr the appointment of a Commiosionewould Commieslone Commieslonewould Cmml8loner Cmml8lonerwould
would of course cour bring strong pressuri fpreasUrupon pressuriupon prsure prsureupon
upon him from tho G aA A R and he hai hainot haanot hanot
not yet given up lp hope hop that t thn ai Mr Ware oaibe oai oaibe oanbe
be Induced to remain re Ialn until unt after ater the Ile elec electlons ele eleton8 elections
tlons tlonsBECAME ton8 tionsREC4VE
BECAME WUl FIANCES IINCE GlAllDtAX GlAllDtAXMl UI WnDl4UII IItDI4 N NMiss
Ml Miss UII Thlnie Who 110 Is I IS IS Had a1 to Do Ho li liOrder In InOrder IiUrtier
Order to Marry larr Young CUIS Orayland OraylandLKSOEDB OralandLRBUEUR GraIandLsuun
LKSOEDB Minn May 12 12The The marriag marriagof maliage maliageof
of Miss Mi Myrtle lyle Thime Thlm and Albert lbrt Gray Grayland Ory Orylnd Grayland
land lnd occurred ourre today t ay The groom goom is onl only
20 2 years old and consequently cnquenty was WI unable unablto
to obtain obtin a license lcn without the consent cnnt o ohis or orhl6 0hi
his hi parents pents or guardian gualan Being Bing anorphai anorphaiwithout an anorpharwithout orphan orphanwithout
without a guardian he was a barred brr all around aroundThe aund aundThe aroundThe
The young woman though nearly twc twcyears toyears twyears
years younger was 11 over 18 11 and of lawfu lawfuage lawtulage lawfuage
age to get married If she wanted to Neither Nelthciwanted Neitherwanted Nelthwwanted
wanted to wait wat for the young roan mal to grow grosolder grovolder growolder
older so Miss Mi Thyme Tym formally fonaly and legall legalladopted logaly logalyadopt legahiadopted
adopted adopt her herflanceanci fiance fanc and then as a his guardian guardiaigave guardiangave guardiargave
gave the necessary nery consent coent so that tht a mar marriage marrlag marrlagellceneo
riage rlag rlagellceneo license licens could be b issued l8ue to him Thidocument Thi Thedoument Thidocument
doument document was then made out and Justice Justiceof Justce
of the te Peace Pec Hammerly Hammery of Sharon township townshipmarried townshipmarred townshipmarried
married marred the coupleIUDJE couple coupleJVIHiEGKAYTO coupleIUIJORUTO
JVIHiEGKAYTO IUIJORUTO IUDJE 684 1 TOSIJCCEEI SUCCEED HAJfX HAJfXSelected 14lVt 14lVtSeleled If4NNISelected
Seleled Selected for President Peldrnt of the Chit Fwlern Fwlernlion der ederlion derlon
lion lon by I the tie Nominating Committee CommitteePHILADELPHIA Commllte CommlltePIILADELPIA CommitteePniiDarrlira
PIILADELPIA PHILADELPHIA May 12 nThe The office ofc o opresident 01 01president ot otpresident
president of the National Natonal Civic Federation Federationwhich FEeraton FEeratonwhich Federationwhich
which has been vacant ant since Ilno the death deatlof deathof deatiof
of Senator Snator Marcus Macl A Hanna will wl be b flllec flllecby fled fledby filletby
by Judge George Gray The nominally nominallycommittee nominatng norninatinicommittee
commite committee of the organization was ras 1 dl dlrooted directed
JciNI rooted at a recant rcnt meeting meetng to select slec some 1011e cm cmto oneto cmto
to flll fl the place plao Tho members membl of th thcommittee the thieoiniiiittie <
cmmite committee Bishop Bihop Potter Pottr and President PresidentJohn Preldent PresideniJohn
John Mitchell of tho United Unite Mine Workers Workersafter WorkeT WorkeTafter Workersafter
after long lonl deliberation delbrton selected selecte Judgi JudgiGray JudgeOra JudgiGray I
Gray Ora His Ils name will wi be b placed pla before brore tni tnifederation tn tnfleraton tnifederation
federation fleraton at Its next meeting meetingThe metng metngThe meetingThe
The election eltllon will wi not take place plc unti untinext unt untinext
next fall fal as a It is believed blledthat that it might ght b btaken hitaken <
taken to Indicate Indicte that thi the th organization organizton wai waiprojecting WI WIprjUng waprojecting
projecting prjUng the Ih Judge for President Psident of thUnited th th UsUnited
United Unied States StatesFELOXY HtIO HtIOIELON StatestLLOXI
FELOXY IX 1POLITIil 1POLITIilOferlnr POLlTJCfi POLlTJCfiMTerlng POLITItSUtTering
Oferlnr UtTering Your our Vote If Your Dor Man In Gels Get a lo loUloklnion Job JobDeklnon ToIDickinson
Dickinson Deklnon Indicted Indlllrd Now NowFormer NowFormer NowFormer
Former Alderman William Wilam Dickinson Dickinon o oirooklyn Il IlBrookly 01 01flrookiyn
Brookly irooklyn was indicted yesterday yesray afternooi afternoorror afternooior aferoon aferoonror
ror or bribery bribry in writing rllng a letter letor In September Sptmbr Sptmbr1m
1m 902 to Street Strt Cleaning Clean CleaningCornrnicaionsr g Commissioner Cmmiloner Wood Woodlury W WOodury O
buy lury saying that if Dr Woodbury Woodbuy would woulcelnstate wouldrintate wouldelnatate
rintate elnstate Bayng one of Dickinsons Dloklnons constituent constituentwho cnttuenl constituentswho
who had been bn dismissed dlmld Dickinson1 Dlcklnon Dickirxsontwould Dickirxsontwouldvote woulcote would wouldvote
vote vote for an appropriation appropriaton that tht Dr D Wood Woodiury Wo WoodW7
bu iury wanted want for the construction cntructon of stables stabletn stable
In n Brooklyn BrooklynIf BrooklynI
If I Dickinson Dckinon pleads pleas not guilty guiy to this thisndictment thisindictment thisndictment
ndictment tomorrow omorW said Mr Ar Jerome JeromeI
Fj I will wi move to have It dismissed dlsmle Ed because becausehis bal becausehis
thi his Is I the th first ft Indictment Indicment of 11 1 kind Ind that thatlias tht ththi thatins
hi ins over been bn found The Th A A I xllate llall llate DI DlIsion DIIlon Diisbn
isbn Ilon has h decided that tht the th offence ofence charged chargedgainst chaged chagedagalnt chargedgamut
agalnt gamut Dickinson Dloklnon constitutes ontltut8 bribery briberyjow bribr briberyow
Now ow Dickinson Dckil0n was wa only doing what most mostmbllc mOt mOtpublc moatubllo
publc mbllc officials ofcial do right along aoni He was wasipen Wi Wiopn wasPen
opn Pen and above board bard about it I and afterits after afterlis afer aferhi
hi its arrest arrst came storming to my office oMo to tonow tokno tonaw
kno now what it meant that tba he h should be b in inlioted Indice inhated
dice hated for bribery bribry when whn all al he did was to tojromlse topromi toiromiso
promi jromlse his hi vote ote in case c his hi request rql8t for the theelnstatement thereintatemnt theelnataternent
reintatemnt elnstatement of his hi discharged dichgd constltu constltunt cnttu cnttuent
ent nt was WA granted grant Like others othr he never neveriad levr levrhd tuevermd
hd iad heard hea that this thi kind kid of log rolling roing was waai Wa Waa wasfelony
a i felony If I instead Inetea of pleading to the In Inlictment 11 inLictment
dlcment lictment he should shoud adopt aopt dilatory diltory tactics tacticsshall tatC tacticsshall
I shall Ibal press pra it I to a trial trialMISS trialUUI trialMISS
MISS UUI WALKERS WALKERI VERDTCT VERDTCTattained 1IRDICT8ultalne VERDf CT CTustalned
8ultalne attained by b Martian 1lan Who Denies Maxwells MaxwellsMotion MaxwrltiMotIon 1x1IIt
Motion oton for New Ne TrialSupreme Trial TrialSupreme TII TIISupreme
Supreme Court Justice JU8tce Marean aran in Brook Brookrn Brooklyn
lyn rn has h denied the application nppl atlon of City Cityuperlntendent Ciy CiySuprlntndflnt Cityuperintendent
Suprlntndflnt uperlntendent of Public Pblo Schools SholR William WilliamMaxwell Wiiam WiiamHMaxwel Williamr
HMaxwel r Maxwell for rorn a new trial tril In the theault suit brought broughtgainst broughtaRalt broughtgalnet
aRalt gainst him by Miss Mls Emma Ea Walker to re reover recover reover
over 110000 100 111000 damages dame or libel libel A jury jurywarded Juryawaed jurywarded
awaed warded Miss M Walker 16 750In 750 750In
In denying the th mptton mton Justice Justce Marean Mareanays Marea MareaRays Marcariaye
Rays that the trial was WI fair and that ample amplevldence ampleevidenc amplevidence
evidenc vldence of actual atua malice malce was as given The Thettter Thelettr Thetter
ttter on which the libel I 1 wan WI based con conilnod contine ccxiilned
lettr ilnod the assertion that tat the defendant defendantpoke derendontIpoke defendantpoke
8erton
tine
Ipoke poke ofthe of the plaintiff pllntl aa a an a acquaintance acquaintancei aquaintace
i r very recent rent date dateThis dal dateThis
0 ver This says the Justice Justce was W8 very con conincing conInclng coninoing
or
incing evidence of I h a purpose purpoe on his lUl part partdiscredit partdiscredit
10 > discredit dilredlt her as 1 a teacher laher without wihou t excuse excuser ecu ecuor
or r reason ran Justice JU8tce Marn Marean also alb sb says that thatthe thatio
the 10 verdict was wa conservative consratve In amount amountnd amountnd amountand
and nd declares delars that a just verdict would not note notbelet
belet e set aside aide tat except exclft for error eror of law die dleInotly dlstnotly dienotly
tnotly Inotly pointed polnl out ou by exceptions exceptionsTO
TO PUNISh PUNII THE MOROS MOROSrn VJOI VJOIGn
Gn rn Wood oo Gets After Arer the Men Who 110 Hilled HilledSeventeen Htrd Htrd8enteen killedSeventeen
Seventeen 8enteen of Our Soldiers SoldlenWASHINGTON 80IdlerWAIHNGTON SoldiersWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON WAIHNGTON May 12 nThe The following followinglegram tolowlng tolowlngtelegrm followinglegram
telegrm legram from MajorQen MajorQn Wadeat Waeat Manila Manilai M11 Manilaregard
In i regard rgar to the ambushing ambuhing of American Americanildlers Amerc Amercsldier Americanildiera
sldier ildlers by Mores Mor was wa received rh at the War Warepartment Wa Warepartmeflt
Dpmnt epartment todayWhile today to4ylWhie todayWhile
While Whie on a reconnoUsanoe reconolsc to locate locatealto loa locateatto
Dato alto All Al who had h been bn sending lnding In threat threatling thLt thLtenlng threatdog
enlng ling messages and trying tring tostlrup to tl up trouble troubledetachment trubl troubledetachment
a detachment detchmnt meg of Company F Seventeenth Seventeenthifantry Svntnth SvntnthInlantry Seventeenthufantry
ifantry consisting cnlHog CmPny of thirtynine tblynlne enlisted enlistedIguason enllt enlisteden
mn en w was attk attacked by MO Mores na near Le LeLgaon Lake Lakeiguason
Iguason Mindanao Minda on the 8th 8h Inst It First FirstJeut Firt FirtLeut Firstleut
Lgaon Leut Jeut Harry Ha A Woodruff Woru Second Snd Lieut Lieutoecph Leut LeutJOph Lleutecphi
JOph oecph H Hall Hal and fifteen ffen enlisted enlt men menere mn mnWr menem
Wr ere killed kil and five fve a enlisted enlt men mn wounded woundedThe wunded wundedTho woundedThe
The names nm of the th killed kld and ad wounded woundedill outded I
wl ill be b reported rprted by later laOr latercable cable cbl G On Gen n Wood Woodas Woodha
ha as ordered orer troops troo to proceed pt and ad recover recoverodie rer rerbie recoverclietE
bie odie clietE and ad arms arm of our killed kil and ad to punish punishje punlb punlbthe
the je offenders No further ruher details detil have hye been beenwived beenrhed beentceived
rhed rhedTonpop wived wivedTowtupeoplf tceivedTownspeople
Townspeople Tonpop Urf Urged Nat to It Kiss KIISEBIUI KissNEBNAIr In InNEBKAH
NEBKAH SEBIUI Wls WI May Ma 12 nT 12The The local lol board boardf brd brdof
of f r health hlalth has issued ue an edict eict against agl R t kissing kUwtlngnd kllng kllngand
and nd d has h asked that tht the custom Ijedlscon Ijedlsconinued he hedlsconutied duon duontlnu
tlnu inued for the th general snerl good of the public publict publicI
I t Is I urged that t at the practice prcic go Is I dangerous dangerousn dnscru dnscruIn
In n i more mor urg ways wy than tbn one on and that tht Ills It 1 the theIrect thebeet
dir beet cause c of the spread prd of C eeatrgleus eeatrgleusueL nt gk > us usIseasM
di IseasM ueL ueLI
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DALNY ABANDONED ABANDONEDTlie I IThe
The Russians Blow Up Costly CostlyPlars coslr coslrPiers CostlyPlus
Piers and pocks pocksWISHTOTOPJAPUNDIHG PocksWISH PacksWISH
WISHTOTOPJAPUNDIHG WISHTOTOPJAPUNDIHGJhree WISH TO STOP STOPJAP JIP LANQIf LANQIfthree LANDIN LANDINIbree
three Jap Armies 8rlll rmIcs Converging Convlllng on onRussians onRUIlan onRussians
Russians at Liaoygng LiaoygngRiUDla
RiUDla RU8 lal Great Oret Commercial Port Appar Apparrntly Appueently p prnl
rntly rnl It to Be Given Olrn Up Entirely EnUrere EnUrereIIroIn EntirelyDes EntirelyDesstroylng De DeBlroylnc
Blroylnc IIroIn the Dock Is for the Purpose Purposeof Pp Ppor
of Making Ilakln It I Useless Uel as a Bate D1 rr rrthe r rthe tarthe
the Japs Jape JapsThe me Japs Art Ae Slowly 8101 Mqv MqvIng Ilq IlqIn lbs lbsIng >
Ing In Against Kouropatkln Kooroptkln at itPort It Uasjunr UasjunrPort r ar arr arPort
Port Arthur rlhur May Have a1 aO000Me aO000MeThe BOooo 0 Mea MeaTho Me MeThf
The Thf Russians Russlanhave have destroyed detroyd the costly costlypiors cotr cotrplor costlypiers
piers plor and docks doks of Delay Dany and nd it is also alsoreported al alrportd alsoreported
reported rportd that they have destroyed dtstryetb dtstryetbentr the thoentire theentire
entire entr town tOJn iovnThis i iThis ITols
This Tols move was wato to prevent prevnt the te Japanese Japanemfrom Ja Japanesefrom
from making an easy landing there and andusing an an1using
using It as a base ba for operations opr ton against againstPort aal aalPort agalnabPort
Port Arthur Athur or for their campaign campn to t thus thonorth tit titnorth thusnorth
north northRussian northRUS8lan S SRussian
Russian Generals Oenerls report rpor to St Peters Petersburg Pet Patr Patrburg ¬
burg that three thr Japanese Japnl armies aries are march marching mrh mrhing marching
ing on the th Russian Ruln position piton at Llaoyang LlaoyangThe Lloa LloaT LinoyangThe
The T he presence prsnc at t Port Por Arthur Arhu of Qsn QsnPook 08 08Poo OerPook
Pook Poo is taken by St Petersburg Peterhur to tothi mean meanthjt mekra mekrah
thjt thi h the lb garrison garron there ther numbers nub1 90000 90000men 3 3men 30000men
men it U1 la estimated estmt if that is 1 so li that thatit tbt tbtIt thatit
it would wouldrulr wouldrsquire require a force ror of 00000 10 Japanese Japaneseto Jap 8
to capture cptur the th place placeHelp pl placeHelp
Help came to the besieged beieled Japanese Japanesegarrison JaPe JaPegarrlsol Japanesegarrison
garrlsol garrison at Anju Aju and the Russian Rllan Cossacks Cossacksattacking Cok Cokatacking Coesacksattacking
atacking attacking It were put to flight fi ht The Th Bits Rtuslans Bu BuslanR Bitssians
slans are burning buring towns between betwen Anju Anjuand AnJuand Anjuand
and Wlju WljuThe WljuThe WijuThe
The Japanese Japane are still Btlland landing atPiunwo atPiunwoThe at Plawo PlawoThe Pitsswo PitsswoThe
The force fore that has disembarked dismbaked is I now nowestimated no noEtmated nowestimated
estimated Etmated at 41000 tO men menJapanese menJapanes menJapanese
Japanese Japanes torpedo boots bo are arolotn arolotnalong scouting scoutingalong scoutingalong
along the northeastern northeutm Corean Coran coast cot evi evidently fvi fvidenly vl vlclently ¬
dently denly looking looklnl for any ships ship from the theRussian theRU8ian theRussian
Vladivostok squadron squadronDALXY squadronDALNY
Russian RU8ian Vadlvotok suadron suadronIL7T
DALXY DOCKS OOKS DESTROYED DESTROYEDRussian DIUnOYEDRwslam DESTROYFDflussisni
Russian Blow Bo Lp Cosily cIU Property Popt toPreeflt to toPrevent toPtnt
Prevent Ptnt Lao by It the thf thfSperol Yaps JapsSpicM YapsSpecici
SpicM Sperol Clitt ca l Diipalch to 11 Tea T SUM SDKST SUI SUIST SUMSr
ST PKlKnBBCBQ PKZR8BtJ May 12 nI 12It It ti i reported reportedthat reportedthat Jrt
that that Admiral Alexleff Alxer lazeff has ha Informed Ifor the theCzar tbe tbeCza thisCzar
Czar Cza that tha the Russians RUllanB have be blown b11 up the thedocks te tedoks thedocks
docks doks and piers at Dalny Daiy It b I 8um 8umI assumed awiumedif
if I the report rport is correct cret that tha the sacrifice larUo of ofworks ofworks f fork
works ork which cost Ct Russia RIIL millions milon of rubles rubleswas nhl nhlwas nittleswas
was made to render rnder more difficult dlcl a JapaneselandIng Japanese Japaneselanding Jaj8ea Jaj8ealdla
ldla landing at Dalny or its It use Ul as a a base b by bythem bythem bythem
them themAn themAn
themA An A unconfirmed uncnfirme rumor rmor comes ome also a that thatthe ta tathe thathe
the Russians Rusias have destroyed detr01ed the entire entiretown ent entLrown
tow town townThe own ownThe
The General Staff st is informed Infore that tht thf thfJapanese th thJapane thFapanese
Japane Japanese who landed laded at Pitsewo Pltwo are a maroV maroVng mc mcIg ZZIarCI ZZIarCIng
Ig ng slowly Ilowly toward Klnchau Klcha The Th Russlaos Russlaoslave Rla Rlahve Russianeiave
hve lave occupied oupie Sisthoo Sitha Bay on the east et coast coastf cu cuof
of f the Liootung Llatug Peninsula PelnBula opposite opplt Klnchaij Klnchaijind Koh Elnohaitad
and are ar preparing prparing to offer oler the strongest strongestesistance sUg sUgresitanc Btrongeaesistance
resitanc esistance to the Japanese Jipane They do d not notntend no noItd ndntend
Itd ntend to withdraw southward southwardLONDON suthwar suthwarLONDN southwardLoNDON
LONDON LONDN May 13 13ln In the absence ab no of ottows ofnews ofewe
tows of fresh frh operation tho reported reportedlestructlon rpore reportedlestruotion
lestructlon of Dalny fixes fxes the principal principalittentlon prolpal prolpalatention prIncipalttetition
atention ittentlon The The possibility poslbliy of such suchneawure uohmemur H Hneosure
memur neosure to balk the Japanese JapanN from taking takingidvantage tal taladvantage tIkin tIkindvantage
advantage of the docks dookl and ad quays quay there ther I fl flegardod a aegarded I Iregar6d
regar6d egardod as sufficient sufolent reason ron for acoepting acoeptinghe atll
thfl he report as true trueNothing trueNothing trueNothing
Nothing further furthr has hl been ben learned leare of the th4losltlon tMpOllton theosition
pOllton losltlon on the Liaotung Llatunl Peninsula peninla or oriho oryho orduo
yho duo U in possession of the te railway raiway The Thpapanese Tb Theapanese
Japan apanese continue contnue to hide all al their move movenenta mo momenl movients
menl nenta impenetrably impnetrably but various varous outside ould re relortsindicate n nportslndrcate isarts
lortsindicate arts indicate that they tey are closing clolll upon uponort upn upnPort uponorb
Port > ort Arthur Arth r and ad are ae bringing bringln up their theireavy thell thellheavy theireavy
heavy eavy guns on the land side sideDalny sideDalny sideData
Dalny Data is a city that was wa built bui in a yMP yMPi 7 7by
by i an order orer of the Czar Car Before Bfor the town townras ton tonwas townas
was ras as built buit It had ha little IUe population ppulaton It I waa waahe al althe ae aetie
the he terminus of the Chinese Chinee Eastern Etern Rail Railray Ri Ria Railay
backed by the Russian Russianiovernment Russlanovernment
ray a which was as bcke Ru1
iovernment and over which trains trin went wnttirough wentthrough wentirough
through to St I Petersburg The city rly was waauilt wal walbui wasuilt
uilt to fit ft the conditions cnditon which hloh it I wu ln ln3nded I Itendo inunded >
bui tendo 3nded that tha the railroad rair should create createThe crt crtThe createThe
The territory tertar was as leased lea from China Chinay Chipb
b y h Russia in 1898 18 and on July 30 1WX the thezar theCzar theran >
Czar ran gave the order orer for the building buiding of the theity th thdty theby
dty ity by There was wal no waiting altng for the develop developlent develp developient
ment lent of trade tre Homes Home warehouses warhoule piers piersocks pla pIersticks
do ticks I electrical elercl street art railroads rlr banks banksleatres banksteatres i ithetrl
thetrl leatres publio publo iubUc halls bll and an all alt1e the Vtbef1 Vtbef1ulldlngs M eth ethuildlngs
buidin ulldlngs which whic would be b required ruir hjr hjrammunlty ba bacmunity s snnmuntty
cmunity ammunlty of 100000 100 l00 with trade tre oommunl oommunlitlon ommw commualitlon
cton itlon with lth all al the Eastern Eter seas 1 were werp put putp putpasfast
up p pasfast as fast as a sean an army ary arenyof25000couldbulld arenyof25000couldbulldem of 25000 210 could oud build buildhem b
hem themThe hemThe em emThe
The plans pln for the th whole hole city ciy were wr ocua ocualeto 0 0plet oo ooiete
plet leto before bfore the thl first ft spadeful petu of earth earthras eh earthas
wa ras lifted i and Dalny waa perhaps prbptb the only onlyty ony onyolty onlyty
olty ty In the th world where whr every evr structure structurerithln stuctUrithln tru truwithin
within the th boundaries boua was congruous onlruou and androportloned a I Iroportloned
proporion roportloned to t every nar other structure structureThe ItrucU structureThe
The building buldlna of the tb city cost Ct 110000000 110000000pproximately UOOO l50o00o0tpprozimstely
approximely pproximately The he harbor was 11 theI the th finest finesti
In i I fe fte he East Et Vessels Vel drawing < thirty fset fsetf fe feof ftr
of f r water watr could ould enter entr at low 011 tide tde There Tttereere Thereare 1 1were
were ere five fv enormous enono piers pier equipped equipp with withlilroad wlb wlbrilroad withLilnoad
rilroad lilroad tracks trak elevators elvatol and cranes orN toq toqandling fO bcandling
handlng andling merchandise merchani There Thre were two twoilles twC twCmle twotile
illes tile of leaser piers pier and nd two dry dockine dock dk docksneofthemwasfortheuse
mle
One ine neofthemwasfortheuse of them was WI for the th use u of naval yos yossis v yes yesus
sis us l exclusively elcluolly and the other ot r for repairs repairso rp repairsItlitTChSnt
to o merchant morchnt ships shipsIrately sllp8 sllp8Itoly shipsLately
Irately work had been ben begun on a grokt groktrookwster gr groktroalewater t tbrwatr
brwatr rookwster whjoh whIch was WI to make mke It possible possiblear plble plblefor
to take and discharge cargoes
for ar ships tke dlsbrll Ora
Ihlp
how rough seas were rolling rollingutside rollIngutside
no 10 0 matter mttr sel er rllC rllCoutsld6
utside outsld6The utsideTlie utsideThe
The city cty in I on Victoria Ylctoraea Bay An Inlet of ofallenwan o ofalienwan
Talfn allenwan wan Bay Ba Tho port Is II about twenty twentyve twot twotfvl
ve milm miM northeast nortlAt of Port Arthur The Thnort Thf Thfpor TheoTt
fvl > ort Arthur Arhur branch of the railroad raira leaves leavaslie INV INVIhe leavesto
por Ihe lie to main mi line lne about bou ten tn miles mit l back > ok of ofTe Delay Dalnyne Delaybe
Te ne population pption of the city cty at last 1 I npru irt irtt
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