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VOL LXXI5fO aiiNo 257 2 7 NEW YORK SATURDAY MAY MA 14 1 4 19 19Q4Corvriont 4coJlllrlht WlkvTht 1004 bv The r Sin Printing and PvblbMnoAtiociation ubIding > lluoealloll PRICE TWO CENTS
01 1 KM j POLlti 1OL1IrsiIIt SAY SAYrmiRiit n nnUlh
rmiRiit ut t flfl hr < nrll > Avenue t enue on a Pelt PeltLarcrny Pdt1lrII1 Petty PettyIarccii
Larcrny Chargn Char After rtrr fictttng a Hat Hatrrorn litI at atroll1
rrorn I roll1 linoxs nxsCarrrr Carrrr or Mrs lUwlliu lUwlliuAbout nalInsbnut ItawIInsAbout
About bnut Whom There a nominee nomineeMr RomlnlII RonhanecMN
Mr II > Marshall lar hall Hnwliim of Philadelphia Philadelphiaroune
roune roun more than pretty and fashionably fashionablyeonnod fllAhloll4blyI
eonnod I locked up upln In n Police Headquarters Headquarternitli
with a charge of petiUarcony against her herTwo herflo herrwo I
Two bad checks put her there but ac acrordlnp aorordlng sonrdlng
rordlnp to tho ofllcials of the Second Na National Natlonal NatoaI ¬
tional Dank she Iia has victimized them with with2iiO with2i
2iiO 211 2i pia plar pieS < vs s of bogus paper In tho last two twcyrars tworrars twoyrar
yrars leaving a trail of worthless worth chockshohlnd chocks chookshlnd chookhhind
hohlnd hlnd her wherever she ho went In touring touringtho
tho th country Although A1thou h sho Iio is said to b bwell be bePI1 bewell
well PI1 known in Philadelphia she be U I still be bohind behind behind
hind tho bars in default of IWO o bail bailA ballomnn
A woman of the sort that men look at attwice attCi atIwjef
twice arrived at tho Fifth Avenue A venue Hotel Hotelrn
rn II Thursday afternoon Sho registered registeredMrs
m Mrs rre 1 D 1 Rawlins Philadelphia PhiladelphiaA
A few minutes later latf > r she ho tripped into Knoxs Knoxehat Knoxshat Knoxshat
hat tore in the hotel building and made madea
a leisurely lel urely selection The clerk wrapped wrappedop wrappedIIpt
op IIpt a t neat f 8 Bailor and Mm III Rawlins handed handedhim handedhim
11 him a chock in payment paymentily paymentTho paymentI
ily Tho I ho casliier whoa ho got It glanoed at atthe atlh atthe
the lh check eh > Ck saw aw It was drawn on the Second SecondJfationalwhich SecondaUona1wbtch rond rondatlonalwhlch
Jfationalwhich Is in tho same building buildlnglUld buildlnglUldIlgr0I1 and andiigne andilgred
iigne Ilgr0I1 < l by Marshall lShal1 HawlinB It oc occurred oociirred ¬
curred to him that ho might as It well ster sterInto sleplnto itepinto I
Into the bank and see if tho check was allrieht all nilrhht allri
rieht riehtIn rhhtIn ri tht thtIn
In tb the bank ho h showed it to Assistant AssistantCashier AMlltAntraShJ Assistantcashier
Cashier raShJ r Pabstwho Pabt who glanced at it itouriously itouriouslysnd ouriouslj ouriousljand curiouilyend
and then jumped up as If on electric cur current curftnt current ¬
rent had struck him himWhern himhero himVhem
Whern hero la she Pabst Pa Pabst st asked mstantly mstantlyWe
We want her and want her bad She has hacgot hasIot baagot
got Into this bank for three thrf > c years and w whave 110 weha 110ha <
have ha 1 e never been able to nail her yet yetTho yetThe yetThe
The two men hastened to the hotel The Theclerk Thetlerk Theclerk
clerk told them that Mrs Rawlins had hatJust hadJust hadust
Just ust gone to her room Then the hotel hoteldetective hoteldptf hoteldetective
detective dptf > Clo was hunted up and set on watch watchwhile watAJhhlle watchwhile
while hlle a warrantwas quickly secured m In Jef Jefferson Jefferson Jetferson ¬
ferson Market court With that In hand banethe handthe handthe
the hat store clerk the bank cashier anc ancdetective and anddetf anddetective
detective detf > Clve waited for Mrs Rawlins RawlinsA
A few minutes later she came down downsmiled downlimiled downrn11ed
smiled at the hotel clerk and asked for beibill her berbill herbill
bill The hotel clerk told her it was 112 112U1d 12 12wid 12and
and she immediately made out a check on ortbo ontbe ontbe
tbe Second St nd National signing It like the theBrut thotJrt theftrL
Brut The three men waited until she was waiabout WMalout wasabout
about to go out then the court officer with wittthn withtho Withthe
the warrant arrested her herShe herSho herhu
She hu didnt lose a bit of her selfpossession selfpossessionSho
i She smiled prettily at her accusers and andremarked andmarked andremarked
remarked softly that she thought an un unfortunate unfortunate unfortunato ¬
fortunate mistake had been made Her Eeifact Herfwe Herface
fact paled slightly but when she was taker takerto taien1i5
to t the bar In Jefferson Market court her bbicolor hercolor h r rcolor
color had returned her eyes ey were bright brightand brightand brightand
and sho was the cheeriest little woman womanimaginable womanImaginable womanimaginable
imaginableIts imaginable
Its very funny funn but when I coma to toNew toNew toNew
New York something always happens happensto happenstomeSho hppcnitoma to tome
me meSho she said Id brightly Of course this thisiauothing thlSuot thIsiuotblngbnt
iauothing iuotblngbnt uot nlrbut but a mistake mlat e and and8 as soon n aa I Iconvince IponviiCOyO Iconv1
ponviiCOyO convince conv1 you yo that a mistake baa been made madeI
I am going home homeMrs homen homeMrs
Mrs n Rawllna Tory politely but very em emphatically emphatically emphatlcaily ¬
phatically refused to give her address addressShe add reM reMShe reeiShe
She said ihe was wealthy and a widow widowThen wtdowThen widowThen
Then the smiling lips oloeed tight tightA
A tall t411yOunS young man who appeared In court courtwhile oourtwhlle conrtwhile
while lb h was w being interrogated said that thathe tbathe thathe
he was her lawyer She let him say y that her heifamily herfamUy herfamily
family is of the highest standing then thensho thenahe thenshe
she smiled and spoke again againMy aplnMy againMy
My husband hu bnd left me a fortune when h hdied lie liedied hedied
died It amounted to about 48000 and 1 1have 1 1t1llO Iavo
have avo been living on the Income I have havebeen bneboon havebeen
been depositing tbe income In tb the Second SecondNational Secondtatlonal SeoondatIonai
National atIonai Bank and if It U overdrawn I Itun 111m Iurn
urn quite ulte sure I did not know It ItCashier ItCashier itCashier
Cashier Pabat did not say T whether Mr MrJUwllns Mrs Mrannwlll18 Mrs3nw1jns
JUwllns had ever had a deposit In the theSecond theSCond theSecond
Second National In fact the bank has haamade hume hasmade
made me de no charge against Mrs Rawlins Rawlinsalthough Raw1lnaalthough Rawlinssithough
although It is alleged that she has passed passedchucks paeeedcuICk paseedcbcka
chucks for or thousands of dollars against It ItShe ItShe ItShe
She Is i being held on the complaint of the thehat thehat thebat
hat store people the charge being the theforging theforging theforging
forging of a I 0 check checkThn oheckIhlt checkThe
The poiloo > 01100 say that Mrs Rawlins baa haamulcted baamulcted baamuicted
mulcted milliners dressmakers and hotels hotelsall
111 over the country In her troubles the thepretty Ibepretty thepretty
pretty Philadelphia has lost none of her hervivacity hervIacity heracity
vivacity acity She said yesterday yesterdayThe
The trouble with me is that I have an anrxtravngant anrxtravngaftt I Irxtrl
rxtravngant rxtrl gatlt disposition and sometimes sometimesmy
my incomu Is not always sufficient to t get gettno getme getme
me what I need Maybe this will teach teachtne tearhme teachrue
rue a little of the virtue of economy Any Anynv Anyway
way nv ny when hcn I get homo my people will for forgive fore forgive ¬
give e me and it will turn out all right rightThen rightflien I Inll
Then nll she smiled again Magistrate Cor Corncll Coract r
act will examine Mrs Mrs1awllns Itawllns this morning morningPimaDKLTim mornlniPItItD morningPitILtflI41IjA
PimaDKLTim PItItD LIUU May 13 13Mr Mrs Marshall MarshallRawlins MarshallRawlina M5hUUllawlI
Rawlins llawlI Is I well known in this city par particularly particularly partkulariy ¬
ticularly in Germantown Sho lived at a aboarding aboarding aboarding
boarding house in West Coulter street streetShe streetShe streetShe
She disappeared a few days ago leaving leavingbehind leavingbehind 1eavixigbehind
behind an unpaid bill for several weeks wecluboard wecuboard weeksboaI
board The firet Intimation that the thewomans thoWoman theWOTflflA
Woman a friends had of her arrest yester yesterday Teaoord3 yestorday ¬
day d3 was as when some one called up the board boardUK boardIrg boardlrg
UK house on tho telephone and said saidVoull saidYouil aldYoull
Voull hear something shocking about aboutMrs aboutrr
Mrs rr liawiius 1a wHu8 She has deceived us u all allThe allThe allThe
The woman formerly lived In New NewYork NewYork Newlork
York nlicro here she taught In a boarding boardingschool boarding5chool boardingcrnol
school While there she became acquainted acquaintedI
I with ith tho son on of a wealthy family Anelopo Anelopon An elope elopetrent
n rr trent nt and marriage followed but the parents parentsof
of tlin bridegroom raised strenuous ob objection lb ¬
jection to tho bride and the couple sepa separated lepad aepaMrs ¬
rated ratedMm d
Mm I Rawlins has ha said lud that her young
husband bll bnnci was so much overcome by parental parentalIntcrfpreneo
Intcrfpreneo that bo died of grief Site Sitepirrii 8beSPtreI
SPtreI pirrii to become an actress but she was wasnot WlSMt wasnt
not nucc > lIooSlifnl > wrul While she lived In Uorman Uormanw
Inwn < w i she he always drcttsed stylishly and andi andapPllrntly
i Pmrently had plenty of money Tho Thoproprietors Thopropri Theproprjeto
proprietors propri tol8 of the boarding house nay I > ay Y
Jinn she ah he was as recommended recommcpded to them by a alornwr aorJUI aiOrn
lornwr iOrn mate boarder
To another woman In the house she told toldjmnihlng toldof toldsomettjlng
jmnihlng of her early history hl tory She said IIda
tnat ha a a h was born orn in Wilmington and was wasJ wasSnt 118 118rnL
J rnL Snt u to a Quaker school IIchoollll in this city After Afterwr Afterr
wr r flrjt husbands death she said she shetvrtVotce shea
InN a wealthy alth brokor and married him himI
hili I t h1 husband gnmbllld 110 that she got got gotUloce
tvrtVotce ft dlorce Uloce Her tory was that she ll0 got K0tlie gotIW gotlie
lie IW Ie > 5 5Onm a JOO JOOGum month lillmOn alimony Nobody ever saw lIawIe sawnm
Gum nm Mot nt Machine lln In Brooklyn CArl CanNhpw CArlChm Carlhw
< Nhpw gum while you ou wait for the block blockintftngle blockII blockrnttngie
< > IlItrn intftngle may I becomc xxom omj the motto of ofnxiklynltw ofTOOklT1h ofrookl3nitee
II nxiklynltw < < l now The Rapid IlipldTranaitcorn IlipldTranaitcornJiny Transltcom Transltcomnr
Jiny nr has Installed slot slotmachinagon machines on the sur surrco suee
rco = 6 e ralM nf the Fifth Ifth line and
a avenue Inue an as asK alltr asrcd
tr rcd d l gm r1 cnn 00 had for a cent a aAlab aAlabCr lIisb lIisbtf
1 1r tacth1neM hllcK are on each car nt the right righti
tf IIII dool8 Ccnt my be lOOufcd lOOufcdt
n Ih C011ductllll Thero 11 nlthlng to tof toto
i vr t to ° lwl h < 1 ltr th tbr < rr < iI a trust back b dt of this thisof thl thlIf
of f ik t or llhethor ihor they am the th property proponvr propertyJlrc
Jlrc i el < iopf7 olnpauy Ono conductor Hid HidJ
i L LKm r > ft11 t n 1Ilol ch thll h ° rag oo much
to r m mto nll2 ltt Iho ffTny 001 mrany tlllIt t the jrum was s put in InOI
> r
f nove OI tlitt
I All ir prca pmutt urr
10 ocT
M Not t In Any An Respect a Matter of Politics froUtlctSaI t PoliticsSayi PolitiesRa1
Sayi ContmlMloner Tully TullyWilliam TullyWilliam TutlyWilliam
William J Noonan Deputy Commissioner Commissionerof
of Charities for the borough of Brooklyn Brooklynwas
was dismissed from tho department df > partment fo foconduct for Corconduot forconduct
conduct unbecoming a public official officialby offiolalby omelalby
by Commissioner James J Tully yesterday yentordaitfternoon yellterdayufternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon Shortly before tho dismissal diemlssawas dismissalwas
was announced Commissioner Tully do docllnecl declined dadined
dined to accept a 1 letter of resignation reslgnaUonfrom reslgnaUonfromNoonan from fronNoonan fromNoonan
Noonan NoonanJnmesJMclnornoy NoonanJamesJ NoonanlamesJMolnornoy
JnmesJMclnornoy JamesJ Molnernoy was appointed Second SocontDsputy SecondD SecondDptzty
Dsputy D puty Commissioner to succeed Noonan NoonanThe NoonanThe NoonanThe
The placo pays 5000 per year Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Tully Tull mado this statement In Irreference InroferenC Inreference
reference to his liI action actionMr actionIr actionMr
Mr Ir Noonans romoval in not In an anrespect any anyreepoot anyrespect
respect a matter of politics I consider considoithe conalderthe considerthe
the stop necessary for the best he t interests Intcrcstjof Int rcllts rclltsof
of the department His administration adminlstratlorhas
has boon most unsatisfactory to mo modid I Idid Idid
did not ask him to resign This Is all allcaro I Icaro Iearn
caro to say sayJToonan sa saNoonan sayNoonan
Noonan and Molnerney McInerne his h l successor successorhavo IlUCCCflSorMIO successorhaso
havo long been active actvo In li Democratic D morto politics polltlciIn poltc
In the Third Assembly district Noonan NoonanIs
Is at at present prsent tho executive cxot1O committeeman committoematfrom oommlttman oommlttmanfrom committeemanfrom
from tho district although alhough former Corer Sowoi SowoiCommissioner Swer SwerCommwloner SoworCommissioner
Commissioner James Kano is II tho real ral bow bowof bo boof bossof
of tho district dtrict and recognized rognized as ILl such bj bjMcCttrron b bMcCarn bytlcCarrun
McCttrron McCttrronTRIAL McCarn McCarnTRIL tlcCarrunTRIAL
Dir Dairy Company Cmpn If I Suing sus Because Delane a Drano DranoInjured DranohInjured UranchInjured
Injured One or Its Is Wacom WacomTho WasonTho WagoniThe
Tho White Whit Clover Dairy of 318 East Et Six Sixtleth Sixtleth Sixtleth
tleth street strt brought brught suit sut for 1155 155 In the theYorkvillo theorkv10 theYorkvllle
Yorkvillo orkv10 Municipl Municipal Court Cour yesterday yeterllY against againsltho againsttho againstthe
tho city ciy for damages damage done to one of 1U 1Uwagons It itsWagons
wagons wagon by tho branoh of a tree treeA tr treeA
A horse horo chestnut tree tr stands stnd near ner the thecurb thocrb thecurb
curb crb In front of the house at 303 3 East Et 124th 124tlBtreet 124thftrt 124thstreet
street ftrt At 445 oclock oolok on tho morning ol olNov of ofNo ofNov
Nov No 10 11 last hUt while it was wa still st1 dark drk one ol oltho of oftho ofthe
tho covered wagons agon of tho dairy diry company compondrove compy compydrve companydrove
drove drve up under uder the te tree tro to t deliver milk milkTho mik mikTe milkThe
The Te driver said that a low branch brch caught cugh caughtthe I Itho t ttho
tho hood of the wagon agon and demolished demolshed it itand Itnd Itand
nd and spilled spied some of tho milk milkAll mIl milkAll
All trees tr in tho streets strts are in tho juris jurisdiction jur jurisdiotlon l ldloton ¬
diction dloton of tho Park Commissioner Commiioner and we wemaintain wemintin wemaintain
maintain mintin that tat the city 011 was negligent neglgent In Inletting Inlettng inletting
letting lettng the branch of the tree tr hang so solow solow solow
low said counsel coul for the plaintiff plaintiffThe plnti plaintiffThe
The Te Alett Assistant Corporation Corporton Counsel said saidthe saidthe Id Idte
the te branch brc was sufficiently sufclenty high for ordi ordinary orl orlna ordinary ¬
vehicles to underneath underneathHow underneathHow
nary na hicle pass p undoreth undorethHow
How high from the ground is the thebranch tbebraoh thebranch
branch braoh asked Mc Justice Jutce Joseph JosephNeither JOeph JOephelther JosephNeither
Neither elther side could tell that exactly exacty and andthe andthe andthe
the Justice Jutce Raid It would be necessary nerr to todetermine todterine todetermine
determine dterine that before bfore proceeding procding with the thetrial thetria thetrial
trial tria Ho said he would ould adjourn the case caseand ce cead caseand
and ad continue tho to trial tria underneath undernet the to tree treoat t treeat
at a t I oclock ocok this morning morningI mornig mornigI
I want that wagon waon wagonheto there her to Me 1 If it could oouldhave od odhTe couldhave
have hTe passed safely eely under the branch broh and andI ad adI
I will wil1te p take the te rest rt of oflo thoevidence evIdece under underthe uder uderte underthe
the te bone hor chestnut chewut tie k tree and ad render rnder decision adl adltere adecWdnthere a decisionthere
there he sold soldpoth saidoth d dJot
poth oth sides slde agreed to th thsndpirt > r andcpurt d dstnogrpher clerks clerksstenographer oIer oIerstenographer
stenographer stnogrpher Jot lawyers lwir ad an hd d afl a will wl have havecourt haTecurt havecourt
court curt In I the to shade of the East Et 134th 124t street Btreettreo att attt streettree
tree t this thi morning morningLOST morningLST morningLOST
LOST LST 3600 60 CASH 4L4Sil12000 913000 IJ OO CHECK CHECKMr
Mr Breeth Also Looking Loklnl for Chauffeurs CTianfTearsto naofen naofento
to Man I1U 111 Antes In Shanghai ShanghaiA Shnlhal ShnlhalA
A man m calling clng himself himl J H Breeth Bth who whosaid whosid whosaid
said sid ho was wa a guest at the th WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriaHotel WaldorAtori
Hotel asked aked Roundsman Rundsm Eillduff Kldu at t Hobo Hoboken Hob Hoboken I Iken
ken Folios Polo Headquarters Ieadquaers last night to help helphim helphim 11
him hm look for a 112000 1120 12000 check and ad 1600 180 1Gb in inoash Inoh Incash
cash oh which he said Id he h bad ha lost somewhere somewhereID aomwhlre I
In Hoboken Hoboken He said Id he came cme to Hobokon Hobokonto I Ito
to hire hi men to go to China Chi as ILl chauffeurs chauffeursas chauleu chauleuILl
automobiles at atShanghai atSngh atShanghai
as ILl ho owned owe seventeen seventen automoble
Shanghai ShanghaiHe Sngh
He le was a accompanied aompie by Emll Ei Pelsher Pelber to towhom towhom towhom
whom lie had ha promised prmi a job KUlduff KUlduffadvised KUdut Killduffadvised
advised ayld Breath to return retr to his h hotel hotl and andthero andter andthere
there ter await awai tidings tdln 5 concerning concring his h check checkand chek chekand chockand
and money in case ca they were wer found Pelsher Pelsherleft Pelsherlft Poisherleft
left lft tho mone station sttion house with Breeth Brth saying yln bo bodid hedid hodid
did not want to lose 10 him himThe himThe himThe
The Hoboken police polee wondered wondr why a aman amln aman
man should have just seventeen fentn automo automobiles atomo atomobie automobbs ¬
bbs bie In Shanghai Shanghl and end nd that he should select selectHoboken slect slectHoboken selectHoboken
Hoboken as tho place to get chauffeur chauffeurAt chaulou chauffeursIrOrnh
from fromt
IrOrnh At t the WaldorfAstoria Wldorfstora hotel hotl last night nightit
it was WI said that there was no guest get of that thatname thatname thatname
name there thereWELLESLEY thpre thpreWELLESLEY thereWELLESLEY
Mils MIl Alberta Albeta Klngstmrvi Skull Skol Fractured FracturedIn Factore
In Hnnaway Accident AccidentJTKEDnAM AccidentNEDn AccidentNxEDILUL
JTKEDnAM NEDn Mass 18 May M Ma 13 1SMlas Miss Alberta AlbertaKingabury Aberta AbertaKngsbur AlbertaKingsbury
Kingabury Kngsbur 18 1 years yers old daughter of Dr DrA DrA DrA
A D Klngsbvry Klngbtry of this town tow la I near ner to todeath todeth todeath
deth death as the result rcut of a runaway accident accidentwhich acident acidentwhich accidentwhich
which occurred yesterday yesterdayMiss yeteray yeterayUs yesterdayMiss
Miss Us our Klngsbury Kgbury who is a student at atWellesley atWeleley atWellesleyCohhegeWa
Wellesley Weleley WellesleyCohhegeWa College lege was W8 driving drivng with wth acollege acollegechum a acollegechum collegechum
chum and had left her at her home As Astihe A Afhe Asshe
fhe she was turning the horse hore the te bridle brdle bt4dle slipped slippedand slpped slppedand slippedand
dashed wildly Linden Lindenstreet LindenStreet
and the animal animl dlho widly up Indo Indo8trt
Street street with Miss IM Klngsbury Kngbur tugging at the theAt theriM thereXOreat
riM riMAt reXOreat At Great Ort Plain PIlln avenue aveu the horse hore leaped leapedthe lepe leapedthe
the fence of the te Necdham Neham Athletic Atheto Club Clubgrounds Cub Cubgund uubgrounds
grounds The girls girls forehead forhe struck stok a afear ahe aheavy
gund he heavy ny 1mb limb of a tr treojtnd nd aho ho WILl thrown thrownunder
under thecarriage wh1c which b bad overture overturned overturnedHer
Her te skul skull crge I Is frtur fjucturod The physloi physicians physiciansfear
fear she has internal Intmlnurie injuries also alsoWANTEDA a alsoWAXTED4 lo loIfANTED
Boarding House loose People Look Lok for One to toFind to11nd toFind
Find 11nd the Good a Robber bbrr Took TookTwo TookTo TookTwo
Two young YOmg women omn Etta Eta Castle Ct1 and ad Gydo GydoPlckney Crde CrdePikney ClydePickney
to the West FortyMventh FortyMventhstreet
Plckney Pikney wont ent th Fortyrventh Fortyrventhetret
street etret station staton last lt night and asked Iked the thepolice theplc thepollee
police to help them find fnd a clairvoyant clalnynt They Theyaid The Theaid Theyaid
aid plc they worked worke In a tailoring taioring establish establishment estblsh estblshment establishmont ¬
ment on tho top floor of the boarding bring house houseit hoU
it It 207 Lexington tp avenue and that tht thieves thieveshad thieveshnd thieveshad
had stolen LxlnRton 1200 200 worth of silverware slhrwa from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho room rom of 12 Carlos Crl0 Waters Watr a buyer for the theTiffany tbeTIany theTiffany
Tiffany Studios StudiosTho StudlO StudiosThe
TIany The girls bald td they had heard herd of a clair clairvoyant clairVorant clairvoyant ¬
voyant Vorant who could find nd the stolen stlen articles articlesfor arUclMCor articlesfor
for them They had been bn unable to find findnor fnd fndhpr findher
hpr her nor and thought tho police polce might help them themTho themTho themThe
Tho police didnt didntMrs didntMrs didntMrs
Mrs pol Dora c Lampson Lmpsn who runs rns tho board boarding bor boardtag ¬
tag g house hoUe said lt lost night that tht sho was wasworried W Wwore wasworried
worried about tho theft because beuse Charles CharlesJackson Chrle CharlesJackson I
wore Jaekln Jackson abut an actor who lives Ivel In the house househad househad househad
had 15000 worth of pn pRlnUnls paintings In tines and costumes costumesIn costuUI costuUIIn
In his hs room rom O W0r1 and she feared fee they might be bemisting bemlling bemissing
misting mlling Sho said that thatJacksonls Jackson J ak ln is a nephew nephewof
of Joo Jefferson Jcern and at present presnt Is in the thoV tbow thew
w w V H Crane Crne company companyTHE compy compyTOE companyTHE
Betlnnlnr Sunday 5UDdl May ay 1Mb t5I the Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaula PeDDSlvlla PeDDSlvllaRairoad PerinayivantaRailroad
Railroad lerlnnlnr will Inaugurate te the rDnlDJ muninj tr cC the M MLul t tLout
Rairoad Lout ula Limited wi aJt a solid ld through tbrou Pullman Pllman tral tralriween train trn1eeD trainbiiween
biiween Lul riween Lmlled New York ork and bd SU 51 taut Lul It will wil be com coma eongg Compoed
poed entirely of n Pullman aieepin g dlninr asS asSoberva1Ion
oberva1Ion r cars r of lbs urns pauem now nf In ties tieson
gg OD a the fimoui amou Hrennl Pennsylvania lvala Limited Lmled The Therain Te Tetalr Thetrain
train rain will be equipped with lb all al the ulra Ula cnmloria cnmlorialilch enmlort cetniortiwitich
talr wi b tulped
witich lilch have made the t e older train ao 0 popular ppular aucn aucnlatform aueDomrlal authIs
wlleh Is omrlal itenorraptier er a daly daIly fnaelal Scandal r tepoal tepoaland ort ortk
ladIei maid barber r auop auopbathroom
and amok k gJotatlouJ O
bathroom and Olt the palilisi II observation i room m and andplatform d dr I
platform latform fa o welcome I to paMrnrent It will willSiniost tir tirlmo I
Siniost lmo l r an ittelacL Mad s counterpart te of the Peiuurlvtnla PensiylvtnlaI4mhied P Peiuurlvtnlamuted
I4mhied muted and will wi t b ba lbs flout IDN train lall run rD bttwteu bttwteuen batuNe bituflea
LmU Ne flea en York von I and Ind ns St iI Jffutl IOIU iaviiAO Xrft
DUrret nittrrcit Convention nnntel Ever Held Hed ta I the theState theState hi hiState
State Adjeurm tutU tnU Today Toda After AfteiTaking Afe AfeTklns AfterTaking
Taking Tklns Fifteen FterR Ballets Dalotl Without thCu JIak JIakIng 11 11InK MakIng
Ing a Nomination Nomiaton for Governor Governor8PnrNapiEiD OOtDor OOtDorBP GovernorSPnrNOFEnLD
8PnrNapiEiD BP WOFILD May 23 23Po1Ucl 23Political Political battle battlefierce btt0 battlesfierce
fierce ferc and long jiavo Iae been bn fought In Illi Illinois Il ¬
nois before Oloro but never nYer one like Iko the present preseniRepublican prnt prntJtpublcn presentItepubllcan
Republican Jtpublcn State Stto convention oomenton in session sosalonhero sessionhero BOB slot slothero
hero heroIt heroIt heroIt
It was a marked marke by Intensity of purpose purposeInfidelity pro proInfdelty innposeInfidelity
Infidelity Infdelty of factional fatonal followers folowers to their thehchiefs tholr tholrchleC theirchiefs
chiefs and tho bitter biter determination determiaton of the thiprincipals theprincipals
principals prlnclpal to win all al or lose lOB all allOld al allOld I
Old Od politicians pollclaU here hrand hemand and thero arc plenty plentjof plentyof I Icf
of them tbemMY say that tho history hletor of Illlnnb Illlnnbconventions 1lno Illinoisconventions l lcnventol
conventions cnventol contains cntai no parallel paralel to the th pies preacnt pr pieseat
eat Ent one either In numbers numor enthusiasm enthusiasmlength enthuim enthuimlengh enthusiasmlength
length lengh or tho tenacity tu cly with which the thestruggling theftrugglng thestruggling
struggling ftrugglng live tv banners bannersGrizzled bner bannersGrizzled factions factlo clung cung to to their thei respec respeclive rspc rspctv respective
Grizzled veterans remember rmember tho politi political pollt poiltieel ¬
cal ca conventions conventons and political poltcRI campaign campaignof capaigns capaignsof
of the days of Lincoln mid Ind Douglass DouRIII of ofTrumbull ofTrmbulnd ofTrumbull
Trumbull Trmbulnd and Logan Lgan and Palmer Paler but but none noneremembers nonoremembers noneremembers
remembers a convention convf > nton where for two twodays twodaYI twodays
days daYI a deadlock dodlok ruled rled and no quarter quarterwas
was tho watchword watchwordAltogether wathword wathwordAltogether watchwordAltogether
Altogether the present prent convention eonenton U Uwithout Is Iswihout Iswithout
without wihout precedent pre ent and without wthout parallel paralleland parael paraelaud paralleland
and tho probabilities probabites aro that It will wU be bemany bemay bemany
many may years before befor Illinois Jlnols witnesses wltnO an another another another <
other like lko It ItTho ItTlo itThe
The Tlo convention was Wl8 called caled to order onor at attO
10 oclock oolok this morning and Immediately Immediatelyperfected Immeitely Immeitelyprected Immediatelyperfected
perfected prected organization organiztion by making ming tho thotemporary thotemprry thetemporary
temporary temprry officers olior permanent prmanent The com committee commtto cornmittoo ¬
mittee mtto to select slect delegates delegats and alternates alerte at atlarge atlrg atlarge
large lrg to tho national natonl convention cnvntion reported reportedtho rprted rprtedtho reportedthe
tho selection tletion of Senators Sntors Cullom Culom and Hop Hopkins Hopkis Hopkiss ¬
kiss kis Speaker Sper Cannon and Gov Yates Yal for foidelegates fordelegteR fordelegates
delegates delegteR and Samuel muel Instill and Paul PaulMorton PaulMoron PaulMorton
Morton Moron of Chicago ChlCgo LieutGov Northcott Northcottof Noel hcott hcottof
of Greenfield Ornfeld and A 8 Mathews Mathe1 of Pitts Pittsfield Pit Pittafield 1
feld field as a alternates altrte This report rpr was wa also alseunanimously aLo aLouanimously alsounanimously
unanimously uanimously adopted adoptedTho adopt adoptedThe
The To credentials orentl committees committll report rprt wa waadopted WlSaopted was wasadopted
adopted aopted without opposition oppositon this morning morningIt morningI
It I seated seat the Yates constants conltnt over the theHamlin thoHamln theHamlin
Hamlin Hamln and Sherman Sheran delegations delegtons and andthe ad adthe andthe
the Lowden Lwden over tho Yates Yat delegations delegationsSpeaker deleglltoM deleglltoMIper delegationsSpeater
Speaker Iper Cannon Caon was I made permanent permanentchairman peranMt peranMtcama permanentchairman
chairman chairmanCongressman chairmanCongressman
cama Congressman Walter nlter Reeves Reves of the resolu resolutions Jsolu resolulions ¬ II
lions ton committee committe reported rprted tho platform platformreading pltor platformreading
reading raing It in full ful It was wa adopted aopt unani unanimously ut unaniztously ¬
mously mouslyTho mouly ztouslyThe
Tho resolutions resolutol referred rferd mainly minly to na national n national ¬
tional tonl Issues Iss es They reviewed the achieve achievements aheT aheTments achievementa ¬
ments of the Republican Rpublcn party prty and called calledattention ce calledattention
attention aUonton to the fidelity fdelty with which whcb It ban banalways h hasalways
always nillay rodaemod remod Its Is pledges pledgs to the people peopleTho pople popleo peoplerho
Tho o Republican Rpublcn doctrines dotrine of protection protectionreciprocity protction protctionrolprly protectionreciprocity
reciprocity rolprly and sound money woro in indorsed Indor Indorsed ¬
dorsed dor as U1 was the maintenance mntnnc of the th gold goldstandard gld gldsandar goldstandard
sandar standard and financial fnnol legislation logton that thatwill tht thtwi thatwill
will wi secure E equal eW justice Justc Joal to all Loyalty Loyaltyto Lyly Lylyto Loyaltytotbe
to totbe the th protective prttytpoloyW protectivetariffpoiioywu tariff policy was reaffirmed reaffirmedAppropriation reaffirmedAppropriatIon
Appropriation pprltonb7concto by CongreM to build bl up u a astrong astrong
strong trns navy nv was wu recommended recommendedJThe rmnd sucommendedp
JThe policy p lloy of thrx t thaBePUhUOan HepubUosn u partr P t to tothe o othe
the te PhWpplno Islands Xtd hitsIeds was wudecl declared to bo bohumane behumane
huao humane just jUt and ad for the th best bt Interests Intrt of oftho oftl oftho
tho tl people peple of the Uo Islands Wand The Te record rr of ofthe orte ofthe
the te party part on antitrust attst legislation legllton was wascommended wa wacmende wascommended
commended cmende and President Prldent Roosevelt ROelt was waspraised ws waspraised
praised pri for his hi enCormont enforcement of It Such Suchfurther Suchfuther Suchfurther
further futher legislation legilation national natonni and State Stt as asmay a asmay
may bo required ruir wan WI favored favor The ad administrations a administrations ¬
ministrations mlittons of President pfldent Roosevelt Rsvelt and andQov ad adOov and0ev
Qov fates YaW wore Indorsed ldoted The Te death of ofSenator ofSntr ofSenator
Senator Sntr Hanna Hana was WI deplored deplor Tho adop adoption aop adoption ¬ I Itlon
tion of the Chicago charter carter amendment aendet to tothe tothe
the Constitution was favored favoredThe favoredThe I
te Constuton 8 favor
The To platform platfon declares del in favor of a com compulsory cornpulsory ¬ I
pulol pulsory primary primar law and the th civil olvl service servicelaw srvic servicelaw
law lw The delegates at a large lre to the national nationalconvention nton nationalconvention
convention are instructed to work and vote votefor votofor
cnventon I Ifor
for the nomination nomition of Theodore Teor Roosevelt Rooseveltfor Roevelt Roeveltfor
for President Prldent and for Robert Rbr R R Hltt of ofIllinois ofIllol ofIllinoIs
Illinois Illol for Vicepresident VicepresidentAt VIcPident VIcPidentAt
At the te conclusion conclulo of the nominating nominatingspeeches nominatg nominatgsehes nominatingspeeches
sehes speeches balloting baoting began and continued continueduninterruptedly contued contueduleterptely continueduninterruptedly
uninterruptedly uleterptely until unt 1080 108 tonight tniht when whentho whento whenthe
the to convention conTetion adjourned ajoure until ut 10 10001ok 10001oktmorrw oclock oclocktomorrow oclocktomorrow
tomorrow tmorrw morning moring without having hYig reached reacheda rho
a choice colo on Governor Qycror The Te fifteenth ftth and andlast andwt andlast
last ballot balot was not very much different dleront from fromtho frm frmtho fromtho
tho Bret frt In I the number nuber of votes TOt received rive by bytho byto bytho
tho to different diernt candidates cdldat The candidate candidatetliat cdidte cdidtethat candidatethat
that gained gaie in the to progress progr of tho ballot ballotwas bot botwa ballotwas
was wa Frank Fk O Lowdon Lwden and his hl gain was wasalight WIUslght wasslight
alight slght He had hd 854 votes ot on the te first ft ballot ballotand baUotad ballotand
and ad 40S 40 on the lost lostGov lastGov t tGov
Gov Yates Yat received reclve SOT 1 votes vot on the thefirst thefrst thefirst
first frst ballot bUot and on 01 the fifteenth ffent he had
495 Mr Deneen Denen had 880 88 8S on the te first fst and andI
the last There were slight vari variations vazjation
381 1 on lt wer aght 11 11atoM ¬
ations as al the balloting baloting went on Oov OovYates OovYates novYates
atoM Yates wont as ILl low as 8 488 48 which he received receivedon reIve
on tho eighth ballot blot and ad Mr Deneen Deneendropped Denon Denondopped Denoendropped
dopped dropped to 377 37 on the to seventh seventhIt sveet
It I was WI evident that tht each eh candidate cddat had hadbis b hadhis
well In band Commanders Commandersand
his delegates dolegaO WEl I bd Comders Comdersand
and subcommanders subcommders from the different differentarmies dileront dilerontanc differentarmies
anc armies kept careful crful watch on their thr lines IInO to tosco t tosee
see s that they were werl not broken by some sme ono onoof onoof oneof
of the opposition oppositon Tho first ft and fifteenth fifteenthballots ftnth ftnthbalot Jtcenthballots
follow followFirst followFirst
balot ballots Colo ColoFirst
First ballot bnlotYat ballotYates Yates 607 6 Lowden Lwen 854 854Denocn Sj SjDencn 354Donoen
Denocn Dencn 386 3 Hamlin Hamln 121 Warner Warer 45 t Sher Sherman Sherm Shernmn ¬
man 87 87Fifteenth 81FifteenthYates
m 8
Fifteenth FlrontbYat FifteenthYates Yates 495 4 Lowden Lwden 405 40 De Deneen Deseen
seen 381 81 Hamlin Halnll 111 Warner 80 8 Sherman Shenn
51 Pierce Pierc 21 21LL 21ALL 21411I
Nelro Negro egro Knorki Knok Policeman Polelman Into Governors CovcrnoriWlfek Govroor Govroor1lle GovernorsWlfe
Wlfek 1lle Wlfe Lap In Illinois IUlnol Convention ConventionSPRINOFIBLD Cnenton CnentonSPRUll ConventionSpjezNoFIztbD
SPRINOFIBLD SPRUll D ILL I May 13 1For 13For For a few fewloments fewmoments fewmoments
moments tonight Mrs MI Richard Rcha Yates Yatesho YatC Yatesthe
the ho wife wie of the Governor Ooveror was the oontro oontrof cntr cntroC
oC f all 11 eyes eyO at the Republican Rpublc Stato con concnt convention convontion
vention cnt ion hero today Sho was wa sitting sittingrith slt1 sittingwith
with tho Morgan county cunty delegation delgatIon when whennegro whena i ia
a negro nfgro carrying crrying a Lowden Lwden banner bnner began begano ban banto
to o cheer loudly for his hi chief He was not noto nott notto
t to o bo suppressed 8U1prA and at last lt Police Polce Sergeant Sergeanticorge SergeantGeorge SergeantGeorge
George Brightman Brihtman took him hi by the arm armho arn1To armThe
To The ho negro struggled to get free and Bright Brlghtnan Brlht BrlhtDan Brightman
nan Dan found It necessary noISry to use 10 his hi club clubThe clubThe clubThe
The negro retaliated realate by knocking knockig Bright Brightnan Brlghtman Brightman
man down Tho fight f h happened happene just justhero justwhere
where hero htr Mrs fr Yates Yal was wa sitting sittng and ad Bright Brightnan Brlghtmnn Brightnian
nan fell Cel across acr08 her nearly knocking koking her herrom herfrom herfrom
from rom her chair chairInstantly chairInstantly
Instantly Inatty every man in the vicinity Tlcllty was wasn wason
on n his hl IiI fet Many May sprang to the rescue rescueif rescuof
of if Mrs fates ratc fearing she was wa Injured Injuredthor InjuredOtOn InjuredOthon
OtOn Othon thor stlze seized eize > d tho negro nelr and held him until untiljore unt untilmore
more morf policemen polcmen arrived arrivedMr arhe arrivedMn
Mr r Yates atE wan M the most mOlt mostperson selfpoAHOH 6Ir o < l lnton 1peln
peln person nton in the thl room rom AA Ai Boon as a Bright Brightnaii Brgh
mal hud scrambled rmbled to t his feet fot somewhat somewhatlazed Imewht Imewhtdaz somewhatdazed
lazed daz and Ind hardly hanly realizing rlzing that he had hadandod hadIando hadlanded
landed Iando in tho lap of the first flt lady of tho thojtate thoHate theState
State Hate she rose rol and said saidGentlemen MidOentlemen saidGentlemen
Gentlemen gentlemen genlpmen It Is all al right I Iun Iam Iam
am not hurt hurtIK hur
Rrund trsnd DALTJO conrb cb excursion excuralol vl 1 Ia Americas Amn moat moatlciiirtMVfl mo tnoatictItresqv
lciiirtMVfl rtllnur rlhur to St I Lo Lli Louis l M May v 17 1 I Ticket Ticketrod tcket tcketgred ekc ekcrd
rd rod 10 1 data dal Utrc Lal New Nc York ork 10 II A U litAd litAda AUr Alr
Indiana Delegates Dleptrs May Jla Then Be ne for Some SoraOther Someoher 801115Jilter
Other oher Man lUan1Ulrlan 3hinMaChehIati Meciellan Perhaps PerhapsINDIANAPOUB Prbap PerhapsINflIANAPOLm
INDIANAPOUB INDIANAIJ May 13 13AltloUgh Although AI lough th thIndiana the theIndlan theIndiana
Indiana delegates delrgatl will wi go to tho convcr convcrtlon eonyentlon convention
tlon Instructed Il18trc o d for Parker tncy they are ar not notentrely ne neentirely notentIrely
entirely entrely bound bund Should candidates candldtll an anconditions and andcondltol andconditions
conditions condltol change chago at St Louis Lu 1 tho dole dolegates delogatC dolegates
gates gatC reserve rcero the right to vote for tho be beInterests best bestInterlll bestInterests
Interests Interlll of tho Democratic Domorto party partyThin partyThil partyThus
Thin Thil statement wan wal made by George GeorgV GeorgoV
V Moiusips MenziEs a delegate deleRa to at largo to tho no notlonal ni national
tlonal convention oonventon and was 11 given out as ILl Ui Uiconclusion tle tlecnclusion the theconclusion
conclusion cnclusion of the delegate delegati reached rached at atconference a aconfereno aconference
conference confereno which was WIS In session st8lon till til carl carlthis erl erlthis early earlythis
this morning morningTho moring moringTo morningThe
The To Parker and Hearst Hert tie legato I gatel had hadheart a aheart aheart
heart to heart talk tlk over oortho tim situation situaton am amIt and andIt andIt
It wan 1 agreed agree that Indiana IndiatuL la not nt a unit fo foeither for foreither foreither
either candidate cndidat and that tho next slxt slxtdays sixty elxtydays sixtydays
days may develop conditions conditol that will 1 make makit mko mkoIt makeit
it Inexpedient Inexplent to cast cllt more than tha ono vot votfor Vote Votefor vole volefor
for Parker tinder the instructions Instructonll glvciby glvci Rhenby giveziby
by the convention conventionIt conYf > nton ntonI
It I was Wa admitted amited that Hearsts appearance appearanceas apparnc apparncILl
as ILl a candidate cndidate had teusecl Oued usecl a oonoentratioi oonoentratioion onontraton onontratonon
on Parker and that many who hid sup supported supported supported
ported his h l candidacy eadldoy were wer really realy for an another ay ayoUllr any anyother
other oUllr man who should Ihould prove pJe more avail available aallaLle available
able and the demonstration df > In favor o oMcClellan of ofMcClelan ofMcClellan
McClelan McClellan wan pointed to as I an evident evidentof evidenceof
of tho fact factWSS fact factISS facturIss
Thrown rown Front OI Her lP hierHorse Horse lorle While bUe vtillln vtilllnFriend VlltIniFriends lllns lllnsFrlEnd
Friend FrlEnd In nlehlondh flichniondIs Richmond Ii Dying DyingRICHMOND Dlnl Dlng1t1cuiioin
RICHMOND Jucmlm Va May 13 13Miss Miss Carolina CarollnJames Crln CrlnJames CarolinaJames
James tho youngest daughter dughwr of Mrs G I IJames E Efames EJames
James of A Ardsley N Y Is dying In th thhome thl the thehome
home homl of W S Forbes Forbs here her She was throwifrom thrown town townfrom thrownfrom
horse this afternoon afternoonHer afternoonHer
from a runaway rnawny hor nftnloon nftnloonHer
Her spinal column was wa fractured frltured and nd sh shreceived she sherolye shereceived <
received rolye other injuries Iuries of a serious frlous nature natureMiss natur natureMISS
M Miss James came to Richmond three threxweeks threeweeks
weeks weks ago to be b the guest RUet of Mrs lr Forbes ForbesHer Forbe ForbesHer
Her beauty bauty and vivacity mode her a genera generafavorite general Renomlfayorte generalfavorite
favorite fayorte and oho Iho was as tho object obj t of many manjsocial manyIlal manysocial
social Ilal attentions atenton She Intended to return retunhomo returnhome
homo several sver days ago slo but but was persuaded persuadeeto prsuaed prsuaedto
to remain rma to attend atend the annual race rle mce mceof met metof meet meetof
of tho Deep Run Hunt Club tomorrow tomorrowThis tmorrow tmorrowTbi tomorrowThis
This Tbi afternoon aCteroon mounted on a spirited eplriUnhorse 8pllt spiritedhorse
horse hon and attended atended by b Blanchard Blanc Forlxtho Forbes Forb Forbesthe
the th son of her hostess she started for the thegrounds thegouds thegrounds
grounds gouds of tho club A short distance distancefrom dltano distancefrolic
from Richmond Rohmond her hr horse hor became bcm fright frightened frlgbtoned frightoned ¬
oned and bolted bollt Mr 1r Forbes lorb gave gV chase chasebut chl chasebut
but was unable to gain on the th flying fylnglte steed steedAt steedAt
At a 1 turn tu In the t road the horse hor plunged plunge and andthrew ad adthew andthrow
threw thew Miss Mils James against agait a telegraph telegraplipole telegraphpole telegraphpole
pole poleMiss
poleM Miss M James is a daughter of C E James Jameswho Jampswho Jameswho
who died die three years yean ago Her fattier woe woeconnected wasconnected
connected oonete with the American Americn Wall Paper PapeiCompany Papr PaprCmpany PaperCompany
Company Cmpany of which hic her uncle unce Is I president presidentHer prldent prldentHer presidentHer
Her mother mothr now lives UVs at Ardsloy A1y but butspend butspna butspends
spend spna much time tm In I New York city cityThe clt cltThe cityThe
The board brd of governors gvronof ofthe t Deep DeepRun Dp DpRHuntCubh Doe Doeflun
Run RHuntCubh Hunt HuntCiubhavfl Club have postponed ptpon tomorrow tomorrowraces tomws tomwsrbU tomorrowsraoes
races rbU became of ottb the accident accidentWJXtAN aent aentOMAN accidentffoMAw
SUo lel n Taken Tkeo to a Haipttal Hpla Severely 9eyere1 1 Injured InjuredNothing InjuredNothing
Nothing othIS to Snow Iow Who bo fine hte e Ii IiA I IA LiA
A young and Id pretty woman wom rortan fell fel from fromsouthbound a asouthbound
southbound tuthbound Lexington Lxngn avenue aveue car cr at Forty Fortyfourth Fortyfourth Fortyfourth
fourth street strt last night and ad sustained sustaine a asevere asevere
severe leore scalp wound She was taken taen to toFlower toFower toflower
Flower Fower Hospital Ho pltl and ad at a late hour was wasstill wastl wasstill
still tl unconscious uncnecous There was Wa nothing on onher onhor onher
her by which she might be b identified Identife She Shewas SheWILl Shewas
well dressed dressedThe dressedTho
was very Very wel dres
Tho woman wom appeared appr to faint tant before bforo she shefell shefel shefell
fell fel from the car c She suddenly stood ltod up upIn upIn upIn
In front of her seat sat then collapsed clap and andfalling ad adfaiUng andfalling
falling to t tho floor of the car ca rolled role out outInto outInto outInto
Into the street stet before bCor any anyone one could culd catch catchher ctch ctchbor catchher
The young you woman womn appears appr to be about about25yearsoldand
25 25yearsoldand years old and has ha dark drk complexion and anddork anddk anddark
dork dk brown brow hair She he was dressed de in a bluetailormade blue bluotaiormade bluetailormade
tailormade taiormade suit black picture hat and andblack andblck andblack
black blck patent leather shoes so Leopold Lpold Field Fieldtho Fieldtho Fieldthe
tho conductor cnduotor of the car cr was w arrested areted and andlocked andlocke andlocked
locked locke up In tho East Et Fiftyfirst Fiftyfrst street streetstation strt strtstaton streetstation
station stationAMERICANS stationAMERICANS
staton statonAMEROANS
Prince Pic Pn P Lon Wishes lhe to Recruit ReCrat an Entire EntlrStaff Etie EtieSta EntireStair
Staff Sta In This 1 Country CountryCHICAOO Countr CountrCICAO CountryCuICAGO
CHICAOO CICAO May 13 13Chlogo 13Chicago Chicago exsoldiers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the SpanishAmerican SpishAmericn War Wa are much in interested Intrt Interoeted ¬
terested trt in the visit to this country countr of Prince PrincePu PrlncoP PrinceP11
Pu P Lun Lu of China Chin since slnc his avowed aVowed object object1s objectI
1s I to recruit rrit an entire entr staff sta of American Americanofficers Ateroa1 Ateroa1omcrs ArnerioareoflIcers
officers army omcrs for the now Chinese Chlnro Imperial reform reformarmy rorm rorman reformarmy
an Prince Prnc Pu Lun poAsed through Chicago Chicagorecently Chicgo Chicgorently Chicagorecently
recently rently on his way ped to St Louis Lula where he heIs hel heIs
Is l a commissioner comnilalonr to the exposition expositon Ho Holot HI Holot
lot it be known that tht he desired deeMe IntervlewH IntervlewHwith IntenlewHIth lntervlewHwith
with Ith exsoldiers eXooldlers who havo scon Iln service wrvlcoin Irlce IrlceIn
in American Americn armies amie Ho Jo will wi visit Chicago Chicagoagain Chicgo Chicgoaai Chicagoagain
again aai within Ithln two weeks weks and will wi discuss discussthe dlcU8 dlcU8the discussthe
the question qUlton with wih several sYeral SpanishAmerican SpanishAmericanWar
War veterans veteransThe veterl veteransThe
The Te Prince Prlnc has hl intrusted Intlt a portion prton of oftho afthe ofthe
the work of recruiting rruiting to Gen OCn Edmond F FEnglish FEnglish FEnglish
English of Yankton S D who has entered enteredinto enteredInto
into Int correspondence colndeno with 1lth Volunteer Yolnnter officers officersall ofCt officerstell
all over the country on the tto subject 8ubjot of com commissions commslons cornmissions ¬
mslons missions in the Chinese ChlnCe Army ArmyIT
Too Tours Maine In Private PIhat Car c and Picks Pck Up Upn
21 Animals AnimalsLEWJSTON AnlmallLWI8TON AnImalLEWIBTOW
LEWJSTON LWI8TON Me May MaYI3Dr 13 13Dr Dr W Seward SewardWebb Sar SewardWebb
Webb has ha just jut completed complete a tour of this thissection thi thissection
secton section of Maine In search serh of horses hOI0 and baa banstarted baatrte baastarted
started trte for Now ow York with twentyone of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bent t ho could find findDr fnd fndDr findDr
Dr Webb Wclb reached rche Lnwlston Lwl ton last 18t week wok in inhis Inhi inIllS
his hi private car cr In his party were his hisphysician hi hisphysIcian
physician and three thre servants lervat Including Includingcooks Inoludlnp Includingcooks
cooks and valet Rlet Attached Attche to t the train trainwas tn tnWI18 trainwas
was a palace horse horo car and tho outfit outft was wasrun wasrun
venience venienc veniencNelorl venlenceNegroes rn run venienceiegroei as a I panc special fpeclni to t suit sut Dr Webbs con convenience convenienc convenlence ¬
Negroes Nelorl Were ere White hle Woman oman Pallbearers PallbearenCOVINOTON Plbrarer PlbrarerCVNOTN PallbearersCOVINOTON
COVINOTON CVNOTN Va May 13 13Slx Six negroes negroesere negl negroeswere
were ere the active ache pallbearers pollbrr for Mrs frs Wil Willam Wi Wii11am
lam lim S Wills Will today U I was a ono of tbe tbelast tbelost thelast
last requests requCts of Mrs MI Wills WI that Cornelius Corneliusand Corneliusand
and David Brown Brwn James Jame Hunter William WUllimWright WUlm WUlmWright WilliamWright
Wright Benjamin njamln Bradley Brll and John Hunter Huntershould HunterIhould Huntershould
should Ihould bear br her body by to the the tomb on ac account account sccount ¬
count of their unwavering uuwayer ng faithfulness faithfulnessand faltf lnesl
and the respect rlpc always shown sow by them themThe tbemThe themThe
The Honorary ondrr pallbearers palberr were white citi citizens cltl2el citlzens ¬
2el zens of Covington CovingtonUPROVKD ColngtonII1ROE CovlugtonIIIPROVED
On MomUv slay 18 the Pennsrlvtnla Ptnnsylvata Railroad RailroadCompany UUnudompany
Compy Company ompany will IU ln IDaUrurale InaUgualeiniproved u u rate Improved fail train tai nUr service serviceS aentcchor aentrelion
hor lion New Yorl York to the Northern orhern New Juse Jersey Cl Clnest Cosit CositResort
nest Resort Te The traIn DOl now lentnr IeaIn Wet Tenly TenlyIhlrd Twenty Twentythird
third Slrel1 ftreet at 410 P M Conlardt Corliancit aDdJrbrOr and Peabrosacs Peabrosacsts
Sl ts II at 4 4O I M 11 sIll irate pac Wen 23rd Sr 6rer Street at at4s
4S S I p M Cortlandt CrlaDdl and Dcibrcxur Jubr Kit t m II 434 434P 4 430P a
1 P M and ald lun through tbroeh to Attiury AblrF Park in I ninety ninetyminutes Dlnel Dlnelmlnutr finelyminutes
minutes niaklnr ma lor a proportionate proportofate schedule ahrdule to t Long Lne
llrancb Jrancl 1otnl Jott Plfvwnt and anc InlerroedUte Interediae poInts poltiuNew poIntsNew
10101 10101reI
New trains will vI lirgln tlsln ruimlnr rlD nl on the above date dttrIrarlne dU dUn dUnrkI
reI Irarlne n Point olnt Pleasant at 7IB A M arrtvlnc n at atNew ateW
New eW York nrkI nrk 523 2t 2J < t M and d leaving 11atneMNe New York at atiao atao 1
2 iao ao P M 1 and arrtvlnr Point Pleaum IleLDt 417 44 P 1 M MOn nOn 1 1On
On May a 21 i tb Ihe Saturctar S turdar HaJt Ullol4r lloltdar train len leaving lenIne Ietlng ¬
ing New York ork at 130 t ai I PII p M will wi comment coml e running rnnlnc runf lee
O On May MA 7 1 22 new Sunday Sunda trains frls will lt begin runnlnr runnlnrleaving rnnlnr
leaving New York ork fell IU A M 11 arriving ntvie Point Iolnt Picaint Pica Plta Pleasant
ant Icavtny loin 101 A t U 1 leaving Itnlnl Point Pont Pleaaant Peut P1eaaantOXi or A XU XUDriving r 74 74itrehing
Driving Xrw r rw York trl orl 112 1 ll P PI M t and making raklDI ta talirlorliml IbIDtmallate lbs lbsprlnrial
lirlorliml Intermediate IDtmallate Mopi bophtft op ttff
Lenlgoltni Lf 1801nI Friends Irnd Intimate Intmate mat lat Wit Witthe Wih Wihthe With Withthe I
the Gambler Oambf Out of the tb JurIsdiction Jnrlidlctlollei Jnrldlcton Jnrldlctonle JurIsdictionlies i
lies le Not ot Likely Lkrl to HUk nlk Another AnotheAppeal AnotherAppealOther nolherAppalOthrr
Appeal AppalOthrr AppealOther Other lien Who 110 Are Sought NouclitCounty Houlht HoulhtGounty SoughtCounty
County Detective Dtolvo Reardon Rnnon and a couple couplof couploof
of his hi met rnf > U loft lef the Criminal Courts Cour Build Building Buid BuidIng Buildlog
ing yesterday yeterday morning monlln with subpoenas subpoenasfor subp n8
for several soerl witnesses wltnel who are wanted wante ti titestify to totctfy totestify
testify tctfy on Monday before befor Justice Justc Wyatt Ii Iia In Ina
a 1 John Doe Do proceeding prcin aimed alDfl at Rich Richard Rch Rcha Riotant
ant a A Canfleld CanfleldIt Cufeld CufeldI
It I U said sid that among those thM subpnonaHare subpnonaH ubprnMaro
are three thr addressed Iddtfl1 to II 1 K I Vlngut llut Jacob JacoVField Jacb JacbField JacobField
Field and II I Archibald Pell Pell Mr Pell Pellit Pel Peilit
it won WI said 8ld last lst night niht at the Criminal Courts CourtsBuilding COurtllBuiding CourtsBuIlding
Building Buiding has ha gone to Europe lurpo Canflcld Canflcldwhereabouts CnOeld1 Canfloldswhereabouts
whereabouts are ar not known to tho District DistrictAttorney Dltrlet DltrletAtorey DistrictAttorney
Attorney Atorey although it Is suspected suspeted that he hehas heha hehas
has ha got permanently peraeently out of reach reachFor reacbFor reachFor
For that reason rason among others other Mr MrJeromos MrJeromos MrJeromes
Jeromos assistants Ilstants do not believe belllwe that Jesse JewseLowisohn JCO JCOLwiohn JesseLewisohn
Lowisohn Lwiohn will I again decline delne to testify testifyabout testiy testiyabout testifyabout
about Canflold Canfeld Mr Jerome It was W8 gath gathered gllther gathertd ¬
ered er intends to t push proceedings proedlnga against againsta
a recalcitrant recloltrant witness Itness this tli year yer more Vig Vigorously vigorously Ig Igorouly ¬
orously orouly than ho did a year ago agoTho agoTI agoTho
Tho TI District Dltrlct Attorneys Atoreys staff ata think that thata tla t ta
a recalcitrant reclcirnt witness wln < might miht be Involved InvolvedIn Inyolo
In throe thro criminal cimil tangles tanglO He can Ixs tried triedin triMIn triedIn
in Special Specil Sessions they the say for a inls inlsdemuanor tl misdemeanor
demeanor if ho refuses rCUS < to answer aawer before beforeany beforeBny beforeany
any ono sitting Iltng as a Magistrate Magitrte be can c be becalled boclle becalled
called clle to testify t tly before bfore tho Grand Grd Jury Juryand Juryand Juryand
and if I he refuses rCUe bo summarily lurlly committed committedfor committ
for contempt cntempt of court ourt and can cn bo in indieted Indlced Indicted
dieted dlced for a I misdemeanor mloteanor In refusing to totestify totty totestify
testify testifyIt tty ttyI
It I is believed b1eed in the Criminal Crimina Courts CourtsBuilding Court CourtsBuilding
Building Buiding however that if I Canfleld Canfeld has hasgono hasgone hasgone
gone out onto of thocountry tho cuntr none of the Witnesses witnewwswill wtne Witnesseswill
will 111 have any object objlt In declining delning to give givetestimony givettmony givetestimony
testimony ttmony and Bd In bearing bring the expense exn of ofsubsequent ofsubuent ofsubsequent
subsequent subuent legal proceedings proceedingsJesse prlg proceedIngsJesse
Jesse Je Lewlsohn Lwiohn and his hl counsel cuel Alfred AlfredLauterbach Ar AlfredLauterbach
Lauterbach Luterbch had a long talk tk yesterday Yltery but butneither butnolther butneither
neither would say IY whether Lewlsohn Lwlohn will willanswer wi willanswer
answer atwer Mr Jeromes Jerme questions quetol on Monday Mondayor Mondy Mondyor
or not notMr notMr notMr
Mr Lauterbach Luterbach paid just this thl and no nomore nomore nomore
more moreMy My client clont Mr Lowisolin Lwl olm will m undoubt undoubtedly udoubt undoubtedly ¬
edly appear appe on Monday but we have hVo not notyet notyet notyot
yet determined dotnle whether he will wi testify ttlT or ornot ornot ornot
not Our course cure will wl probably probbly be b shaped shapedat shap
at the last minute miut and will wi depend some somewhat eomewhat somewhat ¬
what on Mondays Mondye developments developmentsOther deelopments deelopmentsOther developmentsOther
Other friends frlend of Lewisobn Lwtlohn who talked talkedwith tlked tlkedwit talkedwith
with wit him yesterday yetrday take te It for granted grt now nowthat nowthat nowthat
that he will wi answer anwer all the questions queeUon that thatthe tat tatthe thatthe
the District Attorney wants wat to ask ak Thats Thatsan
an impression Imprlon they got from what Lowisohn Lowisohnnaid Llaobo LlaoboMid Lewisohusaid
Mid yesterday YMoory although alhough he didnt say sayanything sayanything sayanything
anything very ery definite definiteBO defnit defnitBOJT definitenor
I Judge dad A4anM amHeld H Heidi ldi HBVJI Havl In View ViewBread VllWBe1naaba Viewfireld
Bread Be1naaba Winning snIng Capacity CapacityJudge cpel CapacityJudge
Judge Adam Adams In tthCut inthe the Circuit Court Cur at atNewark atNewk atNewark
Newark Newk Judi decidedyesterday doold efeta that tt the l life of ofa ofa ofa
a boy by was practically piCly worth worh twice two as 8 much muchas
as that of a arl girl when whn the t question quat0n of dam damages da darnages ¬
ages a for the th death doth of either eiher was brought broughtup bught bughtup
up in court cou and ad tho measure melu was w made madeupon me meupon madeupon
upon tho probable earning eig capacity cpaciy of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two Application Applcatou had been bn mndo mdo by R RV n BV
V Lindabury Indabu In behalf bha of the North Jersey JerseyStreet Jery JeryStrt JerseyStreet
Street Strt Railway Riway Company Cmpy to have hV verdicts verdictsset rrdlo verdictsset
set lt aside Ildo In the th oases 0 of two to of the th high highschool highshool highschool
school shool pupils pupl who were killed kie a year rar ago a In InFebruary InFebry InFebruary
February Febry by the crash orh between betwen a Lacks Lackawanna Lck Lackswanna
wao wanna train trlt and ad a Clifton Cliton avenue avnu trolley trolleycar toleT toleTc
car c
carEvan Evan Eastwood Etwo got 18000 leO 6000 for tbe death deathof
of his only onlY8n eon and ad previous priou to this th ver verdict verdiet er erdiet ¬
diet Henry Hen Werpupp got an award awa of
10 5000 damages dmaga for the th death deah of his hl daughter daughterElla dauhte
Ella E1 Mr Lindabury LldabW contended cntended that the thedamages thedamag thedamages
damages damag were wer excessive eXclv in both Instances Instancesbut Itac Instancesbut
but Judge Judg Adams dam made me a distinction ditincton re refusing reo reofuing refusing ¬
fusing fuing to change chng the verdict Verlct In the case c of ofthe oftho ofthe
the boy but bu deciding that tht unless un Mr M Wer Werpupp Werpupp Werpupp ¬ I
pupp accepted apt 10 3000 a new trial trl in that thatcase thatc thatcase I
case c would be 0 granted ganted He based base his hisjudgment hil hisjudgment
judgment Judgmnt upon upn tho difference diereno of earning earningcapacity earing earingcpcity earningcapacity
capacity cpcity between btWn a boy and a girl gil of prac practically pr practically ¬
tically tclly the th same me age ageA ag ageA I
A woman may my become beoom a bread brea winner winnerand wner wnerand winnerand i
and a man must mut be b one on he said saidPREACHED sd sdPBEAOHE saidPREACHED I
Dominie Dminie Held eld Up tp Delivered DUnrd a Sermon srmon on onthe ob obthe onthe
the Spot Spt and Got Hit flu 1atb Watch Back BackCINCINNATI Be flackCINcnAn
CINCINNATI CINCNAT May 1ay IS ISPrl i3Pralse Praise tho Lord Lordbrethren Ln Lordbrethren
brethren brthren It I aint right to rob people pople and andIt aodIt andIt
It aint right to take their watches wtches and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their worldly goods gos on dark dar nights by byforce brfor byforce
force forceThis for forceThis
This is part prt of a sermon sron that tho Rev RevJ RV
J A Smith a 1 colored clord clergyman olerg of the theMethodist theMethoit theMethodist
Methodist Methoit Church Churh preached Probably Probablynever Prbbly Prbblynover Probablynever
never was ILl A sermon sron delivered delvr under more morepeculiar m mqre mqrepeculiar re repulr
peculiar pulr circumstances clmtanc than thn this thisMr thi thIsMr
Mr Smith Snth was returning rturning homeward homewardAt homward homwardAt
At a dark dar place plc three thr men one colored coloredand oolord oolordand coloredand
and two white jumped jump from a clump clup of ofbushes ofbuehls ofbushes
bushes buehls Ono levelled lele a revolver revolVr at the thedominie th thedominle
dominie dominieBe dominieD
Be D good he shouted and wo wont wonthurt wonthurt wonthurt
hurt you your yourThe g I ITbe IThe
The trio then thn searched sarh Smiths Smihs pockets pocketstook pket pocketstook
took tok J22 3225 and a silver eler watch wtch and ad started startedoff atare its eted etedoff
off ol But Mr Smith Interfered Interer He said that thatbe thathe thathe
he was a preacher prcher and on the spot pt began begana bgn bgna
a sermon eron He preached preaohe long and forcibly forciblyand foribly foriblyand forciblyand
and the night rang rng with his denunciations denunciationsof denunolton
of thievery thievry Bo S forcible forible were wre the preachers preacherswords prober proberore preacherswords
words that tht the men returned tho silver silverwatch slhrwatch silverwatch
ore rture
watch No amount of eloquence eloqueno however howevercould bowr bowrcoud howevercould
coud could induce Indul them to glvo up the money moneyVOOK monoyOOK money2OOK
Undertaker tndrraker Sent Off Of and Union tnlon Labor LaborBnrlert Ibor IborBlrll LaborBurled
Burled Blrll Mn lr Wllbert WllbertST WtibertSr lbrt lbrtST
ST Louis LOUS Mo May 13Within 13WIOln two twohours tohour twohours
hours hour this afternoen ntrnon the body boy of Mrs Mf Tllllo TlllloWilbert Tllo TlloWiber TihlioWilbert
Wilbert Wiber who died in her parents parent homo homoat bomoat homeat
at 3400 340 Rutgers street stt vtas as removed from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the coffin cofn furnished furIshed by b a nonunion under undertaker undertaker undertaker ¬
taker placed In one of a union unl n rival the thenonunion thenonunlon thenonunion
nonunion carriages carriae sent snt away anil an an a fu funeral Cuneral funeral ¬
neral procession proellon compoqfd compold of vehicle be belonging beloning belonging ¬
longing loning to a a union firm fr driven to t the th ceme cemetery cemetel cometee ¬
tery tel tee To 110 funeral funerlas was attended attnded by a large largedelegation lare laredelegaton largedelegation
of union
delegaton delegation men menMrs menMt menMeL
Mrs Mt Wilbert Wibert was an enthusiastic cnthuslMtc unionist unionistas unionist
as were ller tho members memben of her family famll and andone andone andone
one of her last Ift wishes wshc was wa that she be at attended atlende attended ¬
tended lende by a a union undertaker undertarr and be driven drivenin dren drenIn
in a union hearse hearseA hear
A nonunion undertaker undraker won 11 Inad Inadvertently InadrrtenUy madvertentlycmployed ¬
vertentlycmployed vertently employed employe by the husband husbad of Mrs MrsWilbert Mr MciWilbert
Wilbert Wllher Through tho efforts of L L St StClalr 51 StChair
Clair secretary Irearr of the Truck frok Drivers DriversLocal Dlver1 DriversLocal
Local Lal Union No o 700 70 the carriages cariages of the thenonunion thennunlon thenonunion
nnunlon nonunion firm frm were ordered away aIY and the theundertaker theundeker theundertaker
undertaker undeker was 8 forced fOIC to surrender lurender the Ihrburial Ihl theburial
blrlal burial certIficate crtlfclo and to remove tho coffin coffinA OmnA ownA
A union Inlon undertakerthenTopk Illdlttaker llsidcrtakcy then t tok ok charge cJare
LEFT 91000000 100 TO FIANCEE FIANCEESweetheart FI4CEESIrtheat FIANCEESweetheart
Sweetheart SIrtheat of E L i Went enhx 1 Who 10 Died Ded I IVirginia In Inlsla InVirginia
Virginia lsla Golnl Going Join to Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPHILADELPHIA Phldelphla PhldelphlaPILDELPUI PhliiadeiphlaP1iIrtnnLrm1zA
PHILADELPHIA PILDELPUI May 13 13Accompnled 13Accompnledby I 3Accompanied 3Accompaniedby Accompanlo Accompanloby
by her mother Miss 1 Cornelia Cornela Brookmlnfiancee Brookmln lrookmlrefianc
fiancee flanc e of Edward Eword L Wontz WQltz W utz tho wealth wealthyoung wealby wcattlty wcattltyyoung
young rhiliul Phllid elphiati elphht whoso vloo body wo wofound was wasfound 1
found in the mountains mountaila near Big Ston StonGap SlonoGnp StoiioGap
Gap Va is on her way ar to this city ciy from frorSt frm frmSt fromlit
St Louis Luis Miss MI Brookmlro was name nameas lmed lmeda named namedas
as a a beneficiary benefciry of tho young mans mns rstaU rstaUher rltt rlttber retateher <
her legacy lgac being bllg reported rporte as 1 il000000 il000000While 100000 100000hlle 1000000 1000000While
While hlle Miss 118 Drookmlro ro naif ma au bo b comln comlnhero cming cminghero coming comingbore
hero to look lok after her portion J > rtion of tho estate estatit etat estateit
it Is generally genently believed beleed that the principal prlncipcobject principalobjet principalobject
object objet of her visit Islt is to insist I ns1t ujion ujlon a furtho furthoinvestigation futhor futhorInvCtgalol furthorinvestigation
investigation InvCtgalol of the ntystcrious nlysterous circum circumBtanres cirm cirmftnrs cireilmstonees
Btanres ftnrs connected onnNte with wih Mr Wentzrt tragldeath tragl trglo trglodeath traglodeath
death deathMiss deathMiss I
Miss 118 Brookmiros Brokmlroll father wan a a member niombeof mombr mombrof memberof
of the St Louis Ius Board Doar of Trade for man manMORE many manyyer manyyears
yer yerUOllE years
MORE TROOPS TllOlS TO TIllEr TIttETMembers TIDETlembrrl TIllErMembers
Members of the tie Expedition Exprdllon Now Reallz ReallzThat Rraile RraileTat RcaiiteThat
That Tat Their Trlr Task Ii I Serious SrrlotisSpecial SrrlonSpecll SeriousSpecial
Special Specll Cable Cobe Despatch Dupalcl to THE Tn SuN SDHSIMLA SUi SuNSzuta i
SIMLA BUlL India idia May 13 13Hal 13Half Half a battalion battaliaof batalon batalonof battalionof
of British Brllh hah hal a battalion battlon of native troop troopand troopsand
and four more mor guns have been ben ordered orderd t tstrengthen to tostron tostrengthen
strengthen stron then the British Brltah expedition expeition now nw I ITibet In InTibt InTibet
Tibet Tibt Letters LeUen from from members member of tho ex expedltion expition expedltion
pedltion stow slow that they are conCdently condenty re relying r tohying
pition lying lyig upon receiving rlyng rcenforcementn fenforcment Thi Thican This Thisprobably Thiscan
can probably bo Interpreted Interreted an meaning mening that thathey thatthe thatthey
they the realize rali that tat their task taskis Is bigger than tha i iseemed It Itlemed itseemed
seemed seemedTho lemed lemedTo seemedThe
The To Tibetans Tlbetu although alhough badly bad armed are am amunorganized and andunorglUllz andunorganized
unorganized unorglUllz are brave brye and stubborn The Theboost They Theybt Theyboast
boost bt that they never have been ben conquered conqueredThe cenquer
The To writers wiers of the to letters letter believe beleve that tht the thiTibetans theTlbtM theTibetans
Tibetans TlbtM aro able to put 2000 OO men in the thifield thofeld thefield
field fieldTho feld
feldTo The To expedition exeiton is now regarded rogard as a mil miltary ml mutary
tary and not political politicalDISORDER plticl plticlDISOltEll politicalDISORDER
Rprt Report That T a High Ish Official omol There Trre Ha HaIleen HaDren liii liiiBeen
Been Killed KilledSpecial lUled lUled0ptca If tiled tiledSpecfal
Special Caiflt Cobl Oolie Detpatcli D pall to THE TE Sox SoxLONDON SUKLNDN SexLoNDON
LONDON LNDN 0ptca May U 1A 14A A despatch dept to th thStundard the thoStndard theStandard
Standard Stndard from St St Petersburg says MY there therare theroa thereare
are a persistent prsistent rumors rors of a serious srious die dlaturbance dletuac dieturbance
turbance tuac at Warsaw Waw and that a high officla officlahas ofilcialhas
has hl been ben killed kie The feeling reln is tncreas tncreasing Incr increaslug
lug 11 that a successful 8ueetful battle batto is very neces neceseary necessnry nocessary
eary to t insure internal Itern order oner in Russia RussiaPASSENGERS Ruia RuiaPASSENGERS RussiaPASSENGERS
Mol Most of a carrel eful Pursues lraue Boys 00 One Onl o oWhom or orbor ofThom
Whom bor Snatched Snatce a Womans omans Purse PnrseMiss P PurseMiss
Miss Mi Regina Rgin Herbert Herbrt of 13 Avenue Avenueboarded 0 0boare Cboarded
boare boarded an open opn Twentythird Tentyth street atrt ca canear car carnear
near her hr home last lt night Four Fou boy boyjumped bys bysjup boysjumped
jumped on about the name Mm time and tb tblargest the thelargest
jup largest largst of o the th four fou grabbed gabb her hr purse pu H Hjumped He Hejumpd Hejumped
jumped jumpd off ul the th car cr with his hl companions companionsand cmpion cmpionad
and ad all started to run r in different dlernt direc directions di dlrections ¬
tions tionsPoliceman tionsPoliceman
tons tonsPolcmn
Policeman Polcmn Barry BI of the tie East Elt Twenty Twentysecond Tenty TentyInd Twentysecond
second Ind street station etton chased cha the te boy bT wit witthe withthe
the purse pu Joseph JoephKe Kerns of 628 8 28 Second Snd ave avcnuo aveDue
nuo and ad Gchl caught csugbthim bun In Itwobk two blocks Nearl Nearlall NeIT NeITal Nearly Nearlyall
all al the he passenger png Joined Joine in the chase ch after eftethe atr atrthe afterthe
the other boys bo Kerns Kers and two others othersLestfr othersLtr othersLeatfr
Lestfr Ltr Lemoyno Loyo of 4 45 East Et Fifteenth Fltnth street streeand Itrt Itrtand streetand
and Joseph Joph Pumaglo Pmaglo of 228 East Et Twenty Twentyninth Tonty Tontyninth Twentyninth
ninth street IItrt who were held as a accomplices accompliceswere acmplc acmplcwere
in the East Twcntyeecom Twentysecondstreet
were locked loke up Et Twcntyeecomstreet
street trt station stton The purse pur contained cntine 10 10In 100 100in
In bills billsSUE bil bilSUE billsSUE
SUE HETTY GREEN FOR 98OOO 98OOOBotton 80 80Dn 8000Boston
Boston Dn Law Lw Firm Fm Seeks Sek Payment P1ent for foiServices forSen10 forSer1ees
Services Sen10 Rendered RndeeIucton RenderedInjunctIon Injunction Granted GrantedBOSTON GranudBSTON GrantedBoSTON
BOSTON BSTON May IS ISWhlppl 13Whipple Whlpple Sears S SearsOgden it itOgden
Ogden Oge a Boston BOltn law firm fm ore a suing slS Betty HettyQrecn Hett BettyGreen
Green Gre for 1774 7474 and 10 803 accrued ared Interest Interestthereon Itert Itertthorn interestthereon
thereon thorn for professional profelona services eorlc rendered renderedto redeed redeedto
to her some time tie ago ao By a bill bi in equity equityfiled euity euityWed equityfiled
filed in I the Supreme Suprom Court Crt they seek eek to t reach reachher rh rhher reachher
her Income Icme from frm the estate ett of her aunt auntSylvia aunt8ylvla auntSylvia
Sylvia A Rowland Hold and to have ha it applied appliedtoward apple apptledtoward
toward towad tho satisfaction satsfaction of their thei bill billThe bi billThe
The case ca came cae before bfore Judge Lathrop Lathropwas Lthrp
In the Suprme Supreme Court urt today on a moton motonror motion motionfor
for a a temporary Ijuotou injunction t to restain restrain one oneof oneof
of the temprar tlll trustees of of te the wU will from Plng Plngany paYIng paYIngany
any moro money due to Mr Mrs Ore Oreon pnding pndingthe pending pendingthe
the tenulaton termination of the 0 case The IJucUon InjunctIon InjunctIonwas
was granted grantedMrs n
Mrs ga Green Gre ted was wa not represented represotlncu in court courtu
u service l had ha not been b made upon upn her herWTLAW herOUTLAW herOUTLAW
Hold the Cameron Dfcm Dm and Piles Ples Up
10000000 Feet of Cf Timber TimberCJOTPEWA TimberCItIPPEWA
10000 Tmbr TmbrCIPEW
CJOTPEWA CIPEW FALLB FALS Wls Wi May 13 13Joh 13John John F Fietz FDietz FDiet
who has for several severalays severaldays
Diet > ietz tho outlaw h 6rl 6rlday
day days ays defied defed armed posses p0e shooting and andriously andfrloU1y andseriously
seriously frloU1y wounding two of his hl pursuers pursuersas pursuershas
h has as suspended the logging industry in this thisaction thisscion thissection
action scion spnde Ho holds hold the th Lomeron leron dam against againstal againstall
all 11 comers Several Serl of the lumber mills millsthe ml1 millsIn
al I In the cmers Chippewa Valley ally may have 111 to shut shutown thut thutdow shutdown
dow down own If I he is allowed allowe to bold up tho drive driveuuch drlvomuoh drivemuch
much lohger lohgerMora lohgerMore
Mora 101 than 10000000 10 OO feet fet of logs log are I piled piledUgh p1 piledhigh
Ugh hgh and dry because ocaU the dam has h been beenept ben benkept beenkept
kept ept by Dletz and ad today toy all the men mn em emloyed employe employed
loyed there thro by the Chippewa Chippw Lumber Lumbr and andoom andBm andBoom
ploye Bm Boom oom Company returned return hero her not caring caringo cring cringto
to o offer oler themselves thomelv as targets for Dlctzs Dlctzsifle DletzsrUle Dictasrifle
rUle ifle
ifleSixty rUleSixy Sixty Sixy men mn started stad today from Cameron Cameronunotlon Cmern CmernJuction CameronJunction
Junction Juction for Hayward HaYad near ne which plooo ploooJictz pl plDietz placeDicta
Dicta ls I holding the th officers ofcr at bay oy They Theylave Tbeyhavo Theyhave
have lave orders to t capture cptu tho outlaw dead or orlive oral oralive
alive aliveG0 live liveOV
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Sne Sen lrrei el Young oons Women of Colorado Agricult Asleul Agrieultseal Agricultural ¬
ural u College So S Well 1rl They Te Praise Pal Him HimDENVER 1m 1mDEE IIImDmvan
DENVER DEE May 13 13Go Gov Peabody IeBoy ap apcared appr uppeared
peared > cared In a a now rote r lo today at tho State StatoIprlcultural Stt StateAgricultural
Agricultural pr Afrlcultursl College Colee in which be corned cornedho eaed eaedtho earnedthe
ho applause applaus of a bovy of young women womenitudenU wome womeetdent womenstudents
students etdent in the domestic domeatc silence s lenco depart department depat departmeat ¬
ment The Governor Goeror was 1111 making maIlng his hismnual hi hisannual
annual visit Islt to the college and was ac acomcanied aecompanied socompanied
companied by John Q Ospood Oso and J M MHerbert MHerbert MHerbert
Herbert general Koner manager maer of the Colorado Coloradoind Coloradoand Coloradoand
and Southern road roadThe rod rodhe roadThe
The he young women omen served Fned the th party with withi wih wiha
a i dainty danty luncheon and the Governor was as so soveil 8 sowell
veil el pleased pleOd that thlt when the students Itudent sat satlown sntdOl satdown
down dOl to eat later he and his hi friends friend donned docnedvhlto donnedwhll donnedwhite
white whll aprons apronl and Ild served sne them so 10 well e1 that thathey thatOley thatthey
hey received relyed a hearty vote of thanks tlankl from fromhe frm frmthe fromthe
the girls girlsIISS girlsJS girls4111ss
Ceo ien R E Lees Le Grandniece OrandlrCe Saves sye Boy Do In InAuto inAuto I
Auto Runaway RunaII Is Dangerously Injured InjuredDEKVEK InJf InjuredDamvnn
DEKVEK May l1y 13 13The The courage of Miss Missilly 1UI MissSally
Sly Sally illy Crete Crut a a grandnIece grsndnic of Robert Robrt E E Leo Leoho L Leothe
the ho Confederate Conederato General prevented pryentd a araeedv atied atraeedv
raeedv tied this thll afternoon nteroon An automobile automobilen automoblo automobloIn
In n which she and ad Mrs lr A C Foster and ad the thoatters thelattr thelatters
atters lattr fiveyearold fAyearo Id son Lucius Lcu II wore woreidlug wororldlug wereriding
riding became beame unmanageable unmanaleale and dashed dashedlown dhe dasheddown
down a steep hill hil Risk Rlskln in p her own safety safetyo sety setyto
to o protect prott the little Uttl boy Miss Mi Crete Crt threw threwlira threwherl threwherself
herl herself In front of t the chd cIld Ind and prVented prVentedhim prevented preventedhim
him from leaping lEaplD out outMffts outMI8 outMita
Mffts MI8 Crute was a the only onl one severely severelylurt severelyhurt rly rlyhur
hur hurt lurt She Se was as thrown trown against aJnt a steel steeloVfcraph ltl ltltctrpb steeltelegraph
telegraph tctrpb polo and ad dangerously deruslylnJund deruslylnJundfAtnt Injured InjuredItrtt injuredlAtest i irrnd
lAtest Marine lalDe Intelllrnee IntelllrneeArrtrrd IDteI LnteflhirueeArrived e
Arrived rrnd M f aCampantaUvevpootar Campania CampanIa Uverpoo U May al 7 I
Russans Admt Another Defeat Defeaton
on the th Liaoyang Laoyang Road RoadCOSSACKS RoadCOSSACKS RoadCOSSACKS
The Railroad Rairoad to Port Arthur Arhur ArhurAgain is isAgain isAgain
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Destruction Dutruetun of Quays qca at Dalny Pin to Prevent Preventthe Pne PreveDtlime t tthe
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or Takushan Tkuahan by b the Enemy Enfmr and an anAdvance anAdnce anAdvanccFremThernToward
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St Petersburg Pttrrsburl Now No Convinced ConlnMTat ConlnMTatJlpn Thai ThaiJapan ThatJapan
Japan Jlpn Plans a Running RI81ns Campaign CampaignGen cmplan cmplanG Campaignlen
Gen G n Kouropatkin reports rprt8 that his hil Co Corecks e Cosacks
sacks ck have been ben driven back by the to Jnp Jnponcso JIY Japaneso
oncso ancs who arc advancing from Feng Fengwangcheng F Fwangaheng Fengwangcheng
wangcheng toward 10wRrc Liaoyang He Ad Admits a adinits ¬
mits that tat his flank fank was 1a8 turned but report reportfew rpr pOrt pOrtfew
few losses lossesHo 10le iosaesHo
Ho also reports rportA that tho Japanese JaptnM hare hareoccupied hanoupied haeoccupied
occupied oupied Takushan on the ManohurUn ManohurUncoast lanohurl lanohurlcoast Manohurisacoast
coast west Ot of the mouth of the Yalu IUv Riverand River Riverand t tad
and ad are advancing along the road rad from Crortbt Crortbtp1 that thatplace thatplace
This is the therailroad tbomllad therailroad
place p1 toward towa Haioheng on Oi
mllad railroad south of Liaoyang When Kouro Kouropatkin K Kpatkln Koutopatkln ¬
patkln sent his report rpor this force for of the theenemy tbf tbfenemy theenemy
enemy had reached rthe Sluyen thirty miles milesfrom mlC mlCCrom milesfrom
from tho coast coastOther Ct CtOther coastOther
Other report rprts to St Petersburg Petbus Inell Inellcate id idcte mdicafe
cafe cte that the Japanese Jape are a to make ma a n rh rhIng rush rushlag > n nIng
Ing campaign cmpaig during dung the next alE lx week weekwhen w1A w1Awhen weekswhen
when tho weather ather is I Manchuria Machu to I I a at lU lUbeet Itsbeet
beet beetTho bot beetThe
Tho Japanese Jape force for on the IJtotang IJtotangPeninsula Latl Latlpenlnula UaothngPeninsula
penlnula Peninsula have h reoccuplod rpie Pulandien Pulandienagain Plane Pulandlenagain
commUnlc commUnlction oommuxeition l lton
again Interrupting IntrpUg railway rwa cmm
tion ton with wth Port Arthur ArthurA Arhur ArhurA
A Japanese Japne torpedo rdo boat bt picking plcn up upmines upmnr upmines
mines mnr near ne Dalny Dam was blown blow up and ad seven sevenmembers IVf IVfmembrs sevenmembers
members membrs of her crew cw lost lostRUSSIANS 10t 10tRUSSINS lostRUSSIANS
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ST S T PiWKBsinnio PtO May a1 a1pkn iLGn 13 On iKouro iKouropatkin we wepalkln
patkin pkn telegraphs teap to the Czar Cr as followThe follow to followsThe o oThe
The Japanese Jap began bg to issue I from tr Feng Fengwangcheng F ecg ecgwangeheng
wangcheng wagheng on the Liaoyang Iyag rood r on onWednesday onWoea onWednesday
Wednesday Woea Their Teir advance avnc guard ga which whichmarched wWe wWelhe whichmarched
marched lhe on Sueuchan Suo ohan comprised compr a regi regiment J regimeat ¬
meat ment of Infantry Iantr four fou guns gl and a a regiment regimentof rs
of cavalry cva A troop trp of Cossacks Ck acting actingas a
as a screen frn held Suelloban Sueob Two To eotntas eotntasof etW
of Cossacks C8k occupied opied the t Chanslatan Cl defile defileTwo cm dleTwo
Two To companies oompe of Japaaese Jap marched mh to toward t toward ¬
ward Chansialan and another company companytoward companytoward
Cala anor
wa compy compytowa
toward towa SueUohan SueUoha turning tug our right rght flank flankThe fn flankThe
The Cossacki held their position at atChansialan atChanslalan
Te Cks bed thei plo a aCIa1
Chansialan CIa1 until unt the enemys sharpshooters sharpshootersgained 8o 8ogained sharpahootrsgained
gained the defile dole threatening ten cur O right rightflank r rightflank ht
1 flank Then The they retired rti keeping Ipl the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy In check chek with wth their thei fire f towardthe towardthedefile towtbe towtbedeAe toward the thedefile
defile deAe near ne the village Tae of Ehllmynda Emyda wh wherethey where wherethey
they the took up a position positionA psiton psitonA
A Captain Cpt was wounded wounde and two Oo Ootoclu 0 ties tiessack
sack lal were ere killed killedThe kie killedThe
The Th Japanese Japaes evacuated evaated Euandlansan EuandlansanKuantien Kuandls KuandlsKuaten KuandiansanKnantien
Kuantien Kuaten on May 1ay 10 and Cossacks Cosks occu occupied O Opled oocupied ¬
pied it Bxxonnolssances Ronolc failed faile to find fd the thsJapanese theJapanese e eJapanO
Japanese JapanO In the theaer valley of the Tsaoho Tebo fifty fiftykilometres ft fiftyklIomctres
kilometres klomdrs southwest suthweat of Galmadza GalmadzaThe Galmadz GalmadzThe GaimadzsThe
The enemys bivouacs were wer seen ID on onMay e eIay enMay
May Iay 0 I In tho valley of the TJnslanho Unlano near nearTalndza Der DerTalnd nearTaindza
Talndza Talnd 2S 2 kilometres klometr east et of Sluyen Sluyenand Slyn Slynand Sluyenand
and also alo at Sedzechaghe Shahe at the Junction Junctionof junUon junUonof
of the te Tayanho and Seslho SeslhoAbout Balho BalhoAbout SesihoAbout
About 10000 100 Japanese Infantry Iatry with withfifty wt withlhf
1i lhf fifty guns gns mostly m0ty mountain mountn guns gn left leftSuklaputse let letSuklapu leftSukiaputso
Suklaputse Suklapu on May Ilay 10 for Sluyon SluyenTho SluyonTho SluyonThe
Tho Japanese Japane occupy oupy Takushan Takuahn and andChantaltse ad adChatlt andChantaitee
Chantaltse Chatlt Their scouts fOUt were wer seen ln on onMay onMay onMay
May 11 1 fifteen ften kilometres klometr south of Sluyen SluyenAll Sluyn SluynAll
In the Ylngkow district districton
All was wa quiet th dstrt dstrton
on May lay 11 11PORT 1 1PRT 11Font
A despatch dspath from Mukden states lltt that tht the thiJapanese t theJapaneso
Japanese Japoneo have hve reoccupled rcpied the Bulandlen Bulandlenstation Duldln Duldlnstton Buhandlonstation
stton station preventing prTentng communication comunicton with withPort withPor withPort
Por Port Arthur ArthurTho ArthurTho ArthurThe
Tho Russian RUI General Staff Sti Is advised adviMdthat av1 av1that advisedthat
that lie to Japanese Japane are a hustling hllng their thei cam campaign c cpalgn campaign ¬
paign in southern suthern Manchuria Mancu probably probablyin prbaly prbalyIn
in the hope hop of securing Ing a position pltonby pltonbydelllye positlonby by n niectalve adecisive
decisive delllye engagement engaomet before bfore tho beginning beginningf beglll beglllof
of > f the tlO rainy ralnysnwhlch ralnyseasonwhlch seasonwhlch isduolnsixweoks isduolnsixweoksRhen I is due Inslxweeka Inslxweekawhen slEwekl slEweklwhen
when the roads r will wU be bpratlalp bepraaticallyimpassa bepraaticallyimpassabla practically lmpasa lmpasajla
jla bl It I Is believed beleved that t there the are a at hut leaatsight huteight leasteIght
eight Japanese Jape8 divisions in southern suthem Man Manihurla Manchuria a
ihurla chuls In I addition aditon to the t 20000 20 troops tpe on onlie onthe oemthe
the Llaotung Lltu Peninsula Pe At their tei present presentrate pr prrt presentrate
rt rate of travelling trveing tho Japanese Jape advance advancexjlumns aTa aTacolu advancecolumns
columns colu are a due at their destination destiton on onSunday onSundar onSunday
Sunday or Monday Mony The Russians RUla do not notmow nt ntkow notknow
kow know mow where to t expect expt an attack attk but it I Is Urelieved Isboloye Isbelieved
relieved boloye that possession of the railway railwayrom railwayfrm railwayfrom
frm from rom Xewchwang Newllanc northward norwa Ir It the te Inv Invnod 1mmeiate Immediate
meiate mediate nod into objective objetve so 8 as a to tarcaten tOtcten the theRussian thrRUlan thcRussian
RUlan Russian flank fank at Liaoyang Llang and Mukden MukdenThe Mukden MukdenTho MukdenThe
The Russians Rualans mean mo to hold hld certain cerl un unllvulgod U UdlTgo usdivulged
divulged dlTgo poInts pint on the to railway rway It I Is l be beilovod b b10r beliorod
ilovod 10r that they are a still stil In possession pllslon of ofKaiplng oCKnpg ofKaipiug
Knpg Kaiplng Haichong chong and a Taeblchao TaeblchaoLONDON Talcha TalchaLNDN TashlchaoLONDON
LONDON LNDN May HOen 1en Kouropatlrins Kouropatlrinsreport Kouropatn Kouropatnprt Kouropatklnsreport
report prt to tho Gear contains cntlns practically practicallyill pr
ill al that Is known lolln of the Japanese JSplO land ld a avac ad advance d drance
vance vac which is II regarded rgod here as a making making3en mna mnaGe makingCan
Can Ge Kouropatldns Kourptn position pllon critical orUc Th Theft T Tbloft
loft flanking fkg column clum is expected ept to t r r rssoh rssohHaicheng oh ohBaicheng
Baicheng Hacheg on Sunday Sud and ad sharp e eogg eoggmenta e emet eagD4mnenta
menta met preliminary prUml to a big fight bt M Meoted ars arspected n npted
pected pectedIt eoted eotedIt
pted ptedIt It U unofttoUny Ul reported that UrgApaneee large J largeJapapeee
Japapeee Apaneee force has oocmptedAynnrtf

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