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VOL TOL LXXINO 25 258 2 NEW N YORK YQ RK SUNDAY su N D AY MAY 1S 1 5 1904 i904CoPl CopvrioM iah iWI oo oci 6y n The SunVCnltoff Bun PrIIlnaalldPbllallnD Priitin mid rti6ltor ff ilwocfattm ociati THIRTYSIX THI8TYs1X r PEa GE8 PBICE lUCBF FIVE CENTS ENfS
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1 1JEROME
JEROME SEERS SEEKSflOODLE BOODLE PROO1WILL PROOF PROOFrrlLl
WILL BEGIN JOHN 1011 DtlK DPR INQUIRl INQUIRlIF
IF EVIDKNCK WARRANTS WARRANTSH IJJUl1U Ti Tii
i H I i Aked k d Prcildent preldent Votihullof 011 QC IIII w tvChester VP VPClient 011
1 Client Chester t rr r lUllroiit Wave Hcnnen fllorrl fllorrland Morriganti Iorrlland
and Two Mount Iunt Vernon rrou AWermer Allt rlJ1e ti tiCome to torome
4 Come and See Him ImAldtrmen Aldrrmtn Busy BusyDistrict Om BusDistrio
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District Attornoy Jerome Is getting in intereutcd Interetited Intereted
tereutcd In the publio charges which have havibeen haeI havebeen
I been made that tho Aldermon have havehcldup havehcldupIho holduj holdujI hokiupIho
I Iho ho Port Chester franchise because the thedemands their theirdemands theIrlemands
demands for money moneywOro wore not acceded to toMr tolr tostr
Mr lr Jerome thinks that whero there Is HI HImuch 110 110much o omuch
much smoke t mok meaning the perelstencj perelstencjwith pemlstencylllb ersIstenoywith
with which the ho occupations havo been made madehere madeIhere madethere
here may bo some flro and ho has ha decided decidedto
to start a private Investigation InY ltlgation > Into these thesereports thesereport theeeieports
reports It ho finds that there Is h some something some something something ¬
thing more than speculation behind the thepublished thepllbliJhed theI
I published charges ho will iLI 11 take the matter matterlo p1a matorto tor
lo thct Grand Jury without wl hout waiting for the theresult t trp theruIt
result rp ult of the Investigation InCItl tlon of the committee committeeof c c mtnlttooor
of the Aldermen AldermenDistrict AldermenDistrict AldermenDhtric
District Attorney Jerome has ankedPresident RiSked RiSkedPrc8ltkn iudcedPresIdent
President t Gotslmll of tho Port Chester Chestercompany Chsterom Chestereornpany
company om pan to confer with him Ho has also alsoruramoned al80lJmmoned alMosumnoned
ruramoned Dave Hcnnen Morris who told toldtho toldi toldthn
i tho Mayor that If ho did not send cr d an anemer anemerIncy emor emorewicy emorPflC
ewicy PflC message lillI8aiO to tha Aldermen ha wpuld wpuldl puld u1d u1dh
l h > > o suspected SlIlIP Cted < of being subject to the same samemysterious 8 samesnysterIoias mo momysterloll8
mysterious influences which are qre ra holding holdingup
up p the Port P rt Chester application applicationMr applic i1on i1onr
Mr r Jerome wnntn to know from Mr MrMorris Mrlorrlfj MrMorrit4
Morris what thn Influonooi are sm that ho horeferred hortterrcd horerred
referred rerred to Mr Ir Jerpiue has also Iso asked askedtwo n Micodtwo too tootwo
two aldermen of Mount ynrnon rnon two men menwho monwho menwho
who have iave been reported qpo tod tp > have Ul O stated statedthat st4tethatth1Y statedthat
that thatth1Y they were told that the Port Chester Chesterapplication ChlJlt ChestcApplication f fppl1ratlon
application would ouId not be granted R ntNl until untiltho untiltho untilIhn
tho captain hnd been n peeh seen to consult consultwith eonsullIh consulL consulLwith
with lIh him himIf himIf birnIf
If fs jis fl8 a result of his hi conferences oonrtJ nces with withIliesq withhe withtheo
theo he men Mr Jerome can cljn discover c1S < Oer thatIho that qlatIho tiatho
Iho ho hold up of tho Port Chester Chl ter franchise franchiselias
haM Involved any 9uestlon of the payment paymentof
I of money he will not only carry the matter matterIn mattRto
to the Grand Jury but will qluo begin a aJohq afohq aJohq
Johq Doe Inquiry InquiryThe InquiryThi InquiryThe
The Alderniauio polfsearchera R searchem will 111 hold holdihelf holdtheir holdtheir
their first frsti moetlhy ietir t1 lnlf tomorrow tomorTow One o oIhe ot otthe ntthe
the witnesses Iltn e8 they I he have subpoenaed 8uhpanRedl11iar Is IsWilliarn IsVil1ian
Williarn l11iar F King of the t e Merchants Apsocla Apsoclation AIMclnlion AFsocinion
lion Mr King has stated that lhntlrf I ld if the event oventtif fJventtlr eventtf
tif i judicial Inquiry his dissociation n will willbe willhe viiiI
I be able ble to produce > a man mAn ni n who will be able ableto ableo
to o give some very important r testimony testimonyIn
In support pport of the bcodle accusation The TherelfrAearchara rhelfll TheelfI
y relfrAearchara elfI lfll aich11I want an to get from Mr King Kingthe KingIhe Kingthe
the name me of ofthill this man man1 but It can C n be stated Matidthat IItattdthat statedthat
that Mr King will 111 not give up the name nameof nllmAf ziamaof
f of the G man mMwhen when ho gos go on tho stand standor fltan fltanto standtoirrow
to toirrow or prrow He Intends to reserve what whatever whatever hat hatever ¬
ever ever evidence his association has h for tho thojudicial thoJudicial theJudicial
judicial inquiry InqulrThe Inq inquiryThe ln lnThe
The Aldermen wore endeavoring l1n aoring yestar yestarday yestarday yestrday
day ip o servo seto a mihroina suh arna on Mr GbUlmll GbUlmllUp othullUP tshalt tshaltUp
Up to > a late hour lost night they had not notsucosoded not8uCo notu
8uCo sucosoded u oeeded In finding him The commit commltte commitlAefeubrCllha committEeI
lAefeubrCllha tEeI te tubrnna pervers who called nt Mr Mript MrCiolfhaillI Mr4othaLts
CiolfhaillI ipt 4othaLts halls offlco o OtYC lco and home wero ro told that thathe thathe thathewR
he hewR was put out of town own and that thatlt it was c not known knownhav kno1nh
i w h le wOIItdmiuruAmonJh who whobavhad whoI
I hav bavhad hays had Bubroenan ubran nerved I fY hpon upon thorn thornlire th themar m miireahe
lire iireahe ar the city editors of f two morning m mornln rnlng news newHpape neIp newspqt4
pape p pqt4 i In which wpm printed reports reportsmontioninj riPOrt8menUo11 reportsment1onLn
menUo11 ment1onLn montioninj speclflc eecfie c ainounts whlc YIM1 hleh lt t was wasallege Vilall vasalle
allege all alle ed d dllome some of tlio Aldennen had asked nskedfor Rlkedlor askedfor
for as p s the prce price of their votes for f r the port portChester rortChes portChester
Chester Ches r franchise franchtsnTHINKS franehlAATU franchiseTilXKS
THINKS TU KS SHK sli III WAS UIKBATKD fI fIIootor OIPoefO V Vlnotor
Iootor lnotor i Fake In AOOlrClIh Cure tl iterlual > t rloll H Wom humAn humAnf tn n nf ner
er f Supposed TiiiuoroiM Urowtli UrowtliLouiaviLLE UrowtlJLo rowtIiIsOUL5VILtE
LouiaviLLE Lo ll LLEi Ky May M Y UiCarofully UiCarofullywrapped 14barefUny 14barefUnywrapped 14barefullywrapped
wrapped in bandages and laboring under underthe undorthe underthe
the delusion that she hu hUllunderaono has undergone a adangerous adangerout aIangerouu
dangerous operation for a atlll110r tumor in the theMomach thetonuch thestomach
stomach IL a Nov No Albany hid woman Is Isin 18in IsIn
in I th the he Kentucky University Unlvorslt here Her HerIiliyelcians HerIh8Ic1au Herphysicians
physicians are carefully care Cully watchitlg her hvrin hurin herin
in the anticipation al1Ucl unticiatlon atlon that th t their th l unique de deception QtptlOIl duception ¬
ception < ptlOIl my permanently I > curo the hys hysteria h htrla hysteria ¬
teria with which she die has been afflicted for forseveral forHWfrullnonlh forwerai
several HWfrullnonlh HWfrullnonlhThopatlehl months monthsTho tnohlhsThe
The Thopatlehl patient wan QH operated ol > lratod l > jpon ol1 several severalrcnrs KaernllIlnI severalyiars
rcnrs ago a o Since that time her physicians physicianssay 1 1lr
say lr she he has had tho hallucination that thatlh thatI
lh 1 lire re would bo a recurrence of the tiimorous tiimorousgrowth himoroulIIrowth t morous morousgrowth
growth About IIITl three lirio month ago sho shofanned lio liofanried hefaufild
fanned elm ho detected symptcirH qf n lumof lumofHer tumolJlIr tumcnIr
Her Ir ihynlulaii3 lw lclnl13 rondo a rnrrful examination examinationlijt
lijt could find nothing of the growth gro1 II Sho Shoinsisted ShoInistpd Sheintsted
insisted on an operation hownvpr and the theilivnlclanH tl10Ihv thetIirsicians
ilivnlclanH Ihv icianl arranged the deception deceptionIiit deception11i4
Iiit 11i4 Uilt t enough opiates were administered to toreduce toINluct toisduce
reduce her to a state of o wnnconeciouKUeas wnnconeciouKUeasShe
She c ould hear and feelvununly feel vaguely but couin couins
e s nothing The T o physicians r speaking speakincTravely sreaklmItroely speakinggravely
gravely spent considerable con lderablo time In Indll1 Indll1nitely dot deflnitely dotnitely
nitely locating the supposed tumor t or When Whennil Whennil Whenall
nil was in readiness one of tho doctors doctorsiToductxl doctorlllroduCt doctorsProduced
Produced lroduCt d a pitcher of Ice water which bich ho hehold hoIfJd hohold
hold above the part supposed to be oeafteet e affected affectednnd uret d dn d dand
and n nd allowed a drop lo tc fall at intervals of ofnixjiit ofbout ofabout
bout fifteen seconds With each drop dropof
I of water the patient p 1t1ent winced and pocaelon pocaelonally pccafional1
J 1 ally al1 ails groaned gr gronq ln as if in great agony Once Onceor
or twlcs tWlc she he could be heard to whisper to tothe tothe tothe
the doctors to bo careful and npt cut too tooeeDly toodeeDly
eeDly dttnlyL <
Finally when It was thought thOU ht the hoax hoaxnsd hoaxMid
Mid L been be n successfully u Jully carried out the thedoctors
doctors swathed Uio patient paU n In bandages bandagesnd
and nd had her removed to a room roomW41 room roomVW I
314 W41 CLARIFY CLARffrrArni4 FAN AM U A WATERS WATERSCxprrlmrata W4TLRSXperimpts tTER tTERFx
Cxprrlmrata Fx trlmle I Is Be U Mado With lib Chemicals Chemicalstn CI1 nilcnll nilcnllto
to dear CI r n Pond of Evil 11 Germ GermBo8TOKMayl4It GrmsBGaTo GtrnisB
BGaTo B Bo8TOKMayl4It ST0May a1 u 14It t is likely thatwithin thatwithinth thatwtthln thatwtthlnthe that wIthin wIthinthe
th the next f few w weeks a teat teetWUlbe win be mode mad by
Pr 0 T Mo More re a young YO11 Harvard grad gradruate gradUAtA gradoats
oats who w q U connected wHh the t e aclentlflopartment aclentlflo acleltlf4tparttnent
4tparttnent partment of one ne of the th Qovenurient officeIt office ffioeat flloesI
I It WuhlngtoD regarding IEgardlnia a peculiarity peculiarityB
B 1ft i tile cojor coor of the water at Jamaica pond pondit
it t a certain period each year yearTha yearTh yearml
Tha Th hope Is that tho testi which Dr DrMoor DrMoore DrMoor
Moor will make In conjunction with the thestate
state Board B ad of Health scientist scientlst5 Ientls and other otheriutherltles ot otherIuthoritIe er erMhorltles
iutherltles may lead to results whch will
be of advantage not alone In regard to the thewater thewater therater
water In Jamaica pond but also as bearing bearingon bclLringtOhn
tOhn on the conditions which wlllchm must st be met In Ine
the e building of the Fannnia conal roM
Dr Moore oore will have chemicals a put into a
jackwhichi lick which will be towed behind a rowboat
until sufficient of the salt 8lltbWi has been dls
601ed oived In tho Mater atr Tho solution IIOlutionthulI thus
ppued attacks the germs in tho water waters
I and nd these sink to tho bottpro bott leaving the theour
liter our clear < Pure dorles ° and tasteless thatelessa thatelessShould
a Should hdoulld the teats clear the tbeater be water In Jamaica JamaicaInch
n nd in n 1 fow towdnye days andshould It remain remainJu
P1U Ju for 1 month or m more ro aa h he hopes It
Till It 18 i believed that thepfCCM the process will be
11111 sel Iin Ifl prelventlng preventing tht th outbreak < of the
lrultll malaria hr a ye yellow low fever and other dl8CllBe
WhIch Inch I C abound ab und at the Isthmus IsthmusHowevelt I IetmusROOit ll1mus ll1musOStnlt
Howevelt OStnlt an fl Honorary OvU Mar Veteran VeteranWiuiiKaTOKMayMEnoftmpment VeteranSIUtIKaTOZt teran teranWUJoIINOfOK
WiuiiKaTOKMayMEnoftmpment WUJoIINOfOK May ICEnoempment No
M 4 Un Union on Veteran VeteranLegionbt Legion of f this city has hasI
Iooted President RooeeT01t an hOl1oraJ7
member of the organbatloa and appointed
f oomhlmlltee OYnmlttee to take ke hl ctortl certificate cale or memo
0 offI era01p P to him h ± In at Washington
1111 15 TO WORLDll WOR5flI IR RETUa1C
I = Tl t L
I
NOrlJUL NOIiMAL NoflGk OtllLS L jc GO r TO TO LAW LAWTo LmTo L40To
To Get the lie Teachers Lloenieg the Up Urd Urdor Upvdof rc rcor
or Duration d t91 Denies r IC1 ThemOne J Them flientOne nt ntOne
One hundred find thirty OTaduute dual o otho or ortbo ofthe
the Normal Collegeclass ss of OJ shaye hays be begun begun begun
gun proceedings In the Supremo Court Counto Courtto
to compel compellho the Board oardof of Education and Dr DrWH DrW DrW
WH W H Maxwell M xw lltUiB as upermtehaentj perI ehlenti to t gran granthorn ir ritthorn iriuitthorn
thorn licenses tq teach teacitin In the pityif olt oity publlisohoola publli publoO publioolodIu
sohoola O oola Lews Wl L I Do1eJI DaianIc1 > blaufll as allcoun allcoun6el aueel coun counSupreme
eel or the iholo holo 130 obtalnod from fromprcme fromkupreme
Supreme prcme Court Justice JW i4etIcB1acho tlCJ Bischojf BI c oJf yesterday yestordaan yesterdayan i iIUl
an order directing thq boardto slmw lqTt cau cauwhy ca caWhY cae caewh <
wh why a nwndamuf mandamu iinquld h hiId ld no ot begrante begrantecompelling be itnted itntedcompelling n ncompelling
compelling It to issue l88 e the licenses licensesThe lIcorikftTho lIceresTim
The Tim gljfc gf gt ls completed 9plpll heir college 9t ao aoIn cpiinj cr
In Juno last and passed their license ex examinatlon oxamlnatlon examination
aminatlon a little later The Board of Ex Examlnere Examlno Examiners
amlnere refused togrant to grlntbo gr4n the licensee licenseehoweVer 1100
howeVer holding that the girla irl had 1ia4 no nocompleted nocomplet not notoompletd
completed complet the academic acade lo course becAUs becAUsthey bausthey so sothe
they the had failed to take taIc up the new supple supplejnentary suppleenlary suppleinentarj
jnentary coureo co an q ap Innovation Inn v l n introduce introducea Itr iit oduoed oduoeda ood ooda
a year ago In the Normal Nor Norrn College CollegeClinlrman collegeChairman ollegoChairman
Chairman Man of the college declare declarethat deol deolare1 deolare1that red redthat
that the supplementary course had b d nothln nothlnto nothing notblngto
to do with the students who had entered cnhjrcupon enteredupon enteredupon
upon tho academic acai1emlooou course cour prior to t Septpm Septpmber Setomher J m mber
ber 1001 and that It wa 1188 was a purely options optionscourse optl optidnalceUSO n l lcoursa
course with the graduate in S1 flUestlon flUestlonMr destIon destIonMr estlon estlonMr
Mr Man mado representations repreacnt Uons to this thleffect thiselect thiseffect
effect to tho bl board rd but the ihelatter latter Ia tlr decided decidedWithout docldedl decided1without
Without Ithout further consultation that Dr DrMaxwells DraxwolllI DrMaxwells
Maxwells contention that tho graduates graduatehod graduateshad
had not completed the course c uso was correc correcand correct corredand correctand
and that the girls were ero not not entitled e tllleil t tlicenses to tollcenscs tolicenses
licenses urUIl uftII they had token the t o supple supplementary supplementary supplementary
mentary course The order to show cause caueiIs causeIs au8eIs
Is returnable on May Mn M MMRS 26URS 20MRS
MRS H E I NELSON llI SOl DYING DYINGThe 11110The DYIXEJThe
The Mother or M1IFIIr Mrs lr Fair Fatrfl1o Who Wat hilled hilledWith HUled HUledWlih hilledWith
With Irr Husband In Paris ParisCAUDWKLL PaHi PaHiCAtDWRLL PachCALDWELL
CALDWELL N J May 14 14Mrs Mrs Hannah HannahE
E Nelson mother moth r of Caroline Caro lne D Fair alr who whowith wbowill whowltl1
with wltl1 her husband Charles L Fair was WBJkilled waskilled aH aHklllcii
killed in 1 an automobile accident in Parlion Paris Parison Parison
on on Aug 141002 1f 190 s belloyed to be dying at atthe a athe atthe
the homo of her daughter Mrs Joshua JoshuiLeonard JoshuaLeoonnl JoshtiLeonard
Leonard in this place She sti ha ha been opn opnfined ooI ooInNI oon oonfined
fined nNI to her h j bed several weeks and it Is Issaid IsIBId Issaid
said that her death is a question probably prohabljof probablyoC
of only a few days perha perhaps hqun hqunBupreino h llfl llflSupremo ws wsStipreino
Bupreino Court Justice Binchoff of New NewYork No NoYork NewYork
York recently roolntl as tho result resultof of a settlement wjttloraentidismissed tlCtllimientdlilmlLltd settlementdismissed
dismissed an action brought by b Mrs Nelsonand Nelson NoLIOnand NeLsonand
and other heirs hl < lrs of Mrs Fair to set aside a aformer a arormor aformer
former settlement awarded to them in inAugust InAuguet inAugust
August 1002 By that settlement Mrs MrsNelson MINelson MrsNelson
Nelson got 125000 Mrs Nelson had hadcontended hadcontlndorl hadcontended
contended that MI Fair was killed first firstIn firstin
In the accident Cftlifoniitt law la presump presumption pre preauruption uUP uUPt10n ¬
tion and IIn the th Paris courts agreed that Fair Faitdied Fair1f1ll11t Fairdied
died 1f1ll11t last and this gave the property to bin binulsters hlRsl6tera hissisters
sisters Mrs Theresa Alice Orlriohs nnd nndMrs nndMrs andMrs
Mrs Virginia Vandorbllt VandorblltBy
By this now settlement Mrs Nelson and andher andher andher
her relatives received rece ed from Mrs 1111 Oelrlclis Oelrlclisand l Oeirlchaand lrlchs lrlchsand
and Mrs Vanderbilt In further settlement settlementof
of their claims a substantial sum said soldto saidto saidto
to exceed cx erd 1700000 1700000Mr ii oooo ooooMII 0O0001N
Mr MII 1N Nelsons loie l property pro crty will be divided dividedamong d dividedamong ldod ldodlI1onlt
among her horlilx six slrchildrenwhenahe children when she dies diceVASSAtt dies1UliAR dies1tSSAR
VASSAtt GIRLi OIIl IN COMEDY COMEDYThey COV1D1te 1 1flle
They flle te Present P ea eseist rue 1ier e Tanitpi UI of 41 the tIet1Irf Wew WewWUb ttUr w wliitb 1
liitb WUb ltb Trees rera and Shrutibery at make Mugs Beitlng BeitlngPoTxiiiKRKPSiB f4tlncPOUOIIJUIEP8IB S4ttn S4ttnPovaiiiiaapani
PoTxiiiKRKPSiB May 14 141110 The students studentsat IItuden l lal
at Vassar College today enjoyed the ho novelty noveltyof
of seeing one of ShakeKpeiiien Shak sp t peAie8 Aia plays pre presented preoonted prosented ¬
sented out of doors with trees lawns lam and andttlirubbnry ahdtlhnlbbnry andshrubbery
shrubbery for stage getting It was iuI the thelost theIlit thelast
lost hall play pIa of ftie he season 8 8 Of and great gj r nt prepa preparations prepaJ preparations ¬
rations J tlOI1li had betn ltiI 1I made for It It The comedy comedyTlio 110med 110medTho comedyThe
The Taming of Um Shrew had boen so solectwl Sflectt solooted
looted lectt i for the delectation of tIle college collegegirls rollelIrla cotlegogirls
girls Irla and as Um programme pro a lm6 41r1 said It ltwa wai waitruly was wastruly I IlIIIb
truly set et forth before yo o worehippful worehippfulniaydptt worslllppfultIIayc1 worshippfuimaydes
niaydptt tIIayc1 t1 Tim cast Im > t was made up entirely entirelyof
of students studentsThe sludentlT studentsacting
The T e acting a tng was interspersed 1l with pict picturesque p picturesque t turesquo ¬
uresque dances In which hlch the brilliancy brilliancyand brillianoyand
and harmony of the costumes worn by the thestudentactors theetudentaCto thestudentactors
studentactors showed in perfection againsttho against agillnsttho againstthe
tho dark green of the homlocks The Thehonors thehonom Thehonors
honors of C the event were carried off by byMiss byMiss
Miss Gertrude Taylor OB Pctruchiq and andMiss and11r anddiss
Miss 11r 1I Emily Ford ord as r8 Katharine KatharineCANNIBALS fltharine1N11l cIharinet4VIIt4LS
CANNIBALS 1N11l I S PUT TO DEATH DEATHNxtlvei IIEIIINthI DE4711JstheI
Nxtlvei Who ho Ate Ie llr 1 Jleri tlt le In the Admiralty AdmiraltyInlands AdmiraltyIslands dmlrlllt dmlrllltlNIandl
Inlands Killed lIrd by British BritishVANOOtJVKit BIUIahV BritishVANcXJVVItJI
VANOOtJVKit V NOOtlVEJI B C May fay 14 HMall Mall advices adviceson <
on the Australian AustralillnIJteamlt steamer Mlowera to today to todaY8llY todaysay ¬
day daY8llY say that five men were killed and d eaten eatenby eatenby eatenby
by cannibals of the Admiralty islands in inthe InUle inthe
the South Sea BeaThe ReaThe SeaThe
The British warship Condor was sent to tothe tothe tothe
the scene and set fire to the theilIngo village where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the cannibals resided The Condor Condorthreat Condorthreatened threat threatened ¬
ened lo annihilate the vUlagfe If It did not nothand nothand
hand over the cannibals Thin was waS done doneand doneand doneand
and the cannibals wore shot shotACTRESS shotACTIWSS hotACTRWIS
ACTRESS SUES HARRY BATES BATESFor n YlES YlESFor
For Breach or Promise uilsr Although lie Had Hada
a Wire tre WhenShe hrn 8he Hay Sa He Proposed ProposedBparpNtMay PoposedBoaT2May Op lCdllO
BparpNtMay llO T9N May 14 14HalryWBatee Harry WBates apromi aprominent a aprominent promlnent
nent Bostjm clubman a crack pitcher on onthe ontho onthe
the Harvard Har rd baseball team te m during his col college co colege cc4lege ¬
lege days and formerly a business bualn M associate associateof 88
of the Hon Josiah Qulnoy has been sued suedfor suedfor suedfor
for breach of promise by Miss Mae Mae Martin Martinknown Martink1own Martinkpown
known on the Btaae Bta as Maybelle Courtney 00 urtney
She Bb alleges AlI g thatTJates that JJates tes although t o gh he was wasmarried Willimarrloo wasmarried
married at the time proposed marriage marriageon
on May 15 1J02 and an 1 that tlu she accepted acceptedwhen acceptedwhcnf acceptedwhen
whcnf when ne fe told t lq her he h had been b g divorced divorcedShe 4orcedShe
She throw lip her place on the stage at his hisrequest 1118requo hisrequest
requo request t she say sayNow 84111Now saysNow
Now Miss Courtney asserts that th t Bates Batesney Biltcarefuted fljrefused
refuted tQ keep eep hIs proJllIo1 prouiso 88lng that he hewas
was 58 alie8d tnI1rrl puirried I and th he young woman womanasks wornaliasks
asks for 11OO iO00 as as damages Miss III Court Courtney Courtney
ney was one oT drthe the show girls in b eeveral eeveralplays reeralpl
pl plays playsBalea
Balea t 05 made money monell In New N w York after afterleaving fterleavlpg ter terleaving
leaving college cOlIe e and married led a Miss Clark Clarkpirated Clarkdaughter Clarkdaughter
daughter of f fon ort dealer In that city lty Their Theirhapplnl8s Theirhappine
happlnl8s a lasted only a a few months and they tbeyrep1rat theysenirated
pirated rep1rat Mrs rs Bat Bates n was 88 Unable to ob obtn 00 00taln ohtam
taln tam tn a divorce but about abo t four months monthshe 11110 11110the < o othe
the he husband secured d a debreeon decree on thegroun thegrounif the grounda groundaof
of if desertion desertionBates deeertionBates desertionBates
Bates declared today that he never asked askedhe askedthe askedthe
the he actress to marryhlra marryhlraCANT marry1lmCANT marry him himCANT
CANT USE FOVNDKRS FOU DER8 GIFT GIFTnrtovfr JlITAnllotr tUFTAndover
Andover Academy Asks A Cnrt WB What bat to D DWith Do Do11th DoWith
With Phllllpi Fund of 10000 sieooaAXW0YEII 10000ANUOVKB 000 000M1
ANUOVKB M1 OVEB > Mass May U 1Thechtlnies 1Thechtlnieswhich 14The The changes changesrhlch ehkngeswhich
which hare taken plato o since 1802 1802111a1c 1802111a1cIt mated matedt
It t Impossible for the thetrWdfla trust trustees a of ofPbllllpd ofPbllllpdAndO Phllllpa PhllllpaUidover PhillitsAndover
AndO Andover Uidover r Academy A em to carry carrrut put the tb provi provilons proyidons
810 dons lons of a i deed of gift mado In that year yeariy rearby yearby
by iy Samuel Phillips one of8of of the th founders foundersjid toundersand foundersand
and jid an equity suit has been brought against againstXtorneyOeneral againsAttorneyOenertd lilns lilnsAttomeyOeneral
XtorneyOeneral Parker rker the be tpwna of ofndover ofAndover 0 0Andover
Andover North Andover asd > d Tewksbury Tewksburynd Tewk8b Tewk8band Tewksburand
and nd the city of Lawrence to have the 8o 8oireme p ppreme Bt Btpromo >
promo preme Court determine ne what disposition dispositiono dispositionomakeoftho
to o omakeoftho make of tho fund fundf fundSamuel fundSamue
Samuel PhlWpeleft phlUpsleftI000totheaodem phlUpsleftI000totheaodemThe 000 to the academy academyThe
The principal now amounts to IO531 IO531and lOR7and
and the accumulated Income for the bene beneftt benefttof lit litof
of > f A Andover Andovr district ditrict school tolsad sclmolaand and the te female femaleaoberff lemlel femaleteaobera
aoberff amount aunt to o 38MI7 The Th pe peitlopers pet1oers
itlopers ton a aver ver that t br by rwaon 3tl o c4 the ohange ebe ebein ohangeIno pJ pJtltoJel
tltoJel in Ino la tad < 4caUo1 uo oqhlql4otIa It O c
p a e me q fh fhI I
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J II EBERHARD FABER FABER MARRIE MARRIETO MAR 1ED
TO 0 1SS S ROBERTA 11t EB UEMM lEIU liEu ttlH ttlHWAS 11110lrM
WAS 1rl A 4 ItKVGSTOnE nnvosrOlE CLRRt CLRRtTlie CL1R11b Lm Lmff
Tlie 1b Pencil ff iuii ifans41vurcrhiad J al1fcturr nuf cturcr Had lad Kiionn He Hefor ler lerror Her Herfor
for a Year nari VearThy They Iltd Had Been Enlace EnlaceSeveral EngagedtjieraI m a aal
Several tjieraI al Monthf Month Iontl Before 5the the tie Mar Marrlate Marrugs Iar Iarriaae
rugs nt It Atlantic lanie City CI Cli on O April 20 3OJ 20JEberha 20JEberhaid
J Ebcrhard JEberha Faber iaber head hea of tho ho lead lad pencil penelraanufacturiog pn pencilmanufeoturlug 1
raanufacturiog mufatull company that bears bea ht htname hi his hisname
name was married mlle on c April Aprl 80 in i AtUuitlt AtUuitltCity At AtIntioCity Uo UoCiy
City Ciy to t Miss MI Roberta Rbrt Helm of 58 S Irving IrvingpUce Irig Irigpl IrvIngpLtce
pUce pl this ti city i The marriage wa was an announced a anflounced
flounced nouo yesterday yeterday It I was WI a complete completesurprise complete8rrl completeBurpria
surprise 8rrl to many mAY of Sir Ir Fabera F brt friends friendsThe friend friendsThe
The Te marriage marrago also was somewhat smewhat o oa of ofa ofa
a surprise flrri to t Mr 1r FAbers familyHli familyHlibrother r family IY JI JIbrter Ills Illsb
brother brter b otber ixithar Lthar > Y Faber wlib 1110 Is 1 nssO nssOelated 10 10o1 associsted
elated o1 with him lll In business buslnC was W informed informedof infore
of his h brothers intention intnton to marry mary Miss MissHelm Mi MISSHIm
Helm H 1 a few days before the ceremonywai ceremonywaiperformed cormony ceremony WI was wasperformed
pr performed ned Then J Eberhard Eberhar came clio to tohim tohi tohim
hi him and d asked aske him to come to Atlantic Atlanticcity Atlanticcity Atlanticcity
city and see him married marriedMiss marriedMiss
marre
Miss Helm Hol patno prnc to jhis his city about Ibll a 1 year yearago yearago eur eurago
ago from Kansas Ians City Clt Her father flther IF IFtreasurer I Istreasurer
treasurer tr auor of tho American Lithographing LithographingCompany LltholraphlnR LltholraphlnRCmpny LithegraphingCompany
Company Cmpny Mies 3h l Helm was as employed for forabout lorabut forabout
about abut a year at Bikers RltorH drug store at It SIxHi SIxHiavenue SI SIavenuo Sl4lavenue
avenue and Twentythird Tentythlrd street streetShe streetShe streetSii
She Sii Is about abut 35 years old a blonde and andVery andvelY andvery
Very good gO looking l Sho has known Mr MrFaber MrFabr MrFaber
Faber Fabr It is II said Ralc for more than a year YIr and andhad andlad andhad
had lad according aolng to t hor father been hn engaged engagedto engag i ito
to took him hm place placeMiss pll placeMiss several Ioveral months before bforo the marriage marriagetook marrago marragotook marriagetook
Miss Mll Helm did not expect Ixpct to bft married marriedwhen nUlrrledwhen marriedwbe
when wbe shqileft slleC ab + 1ioft for Atlantic City Cll In April AprilShe AprilShe prl prlShe
She went wet there ther with wih her mother to visit visitthe visitthe islt islttbe
the Rev Rv Dr J J 1 Lawns Lrt the Baptist BpUet min minister mlnite misbIter ¬
bIter ite there ther and ad when whe Mr Faber abr came cme to tovUlt toyLlt toylalt
vUlt yLlt them the couple decided deide that they theywould theywould theysvould
would be b married mrrie at once onc Instead InHtod of wait waiting waitlag t tIng ¬
ing until summer as D they had planned plannedThey pi plannedThey r ed edTY
They TY were lr married mrried in ono of the Episcopal Episcopalchurches Epltcopnl Epltcopnlcburhe Episcopalchurches
churches cburhe in Atlantic tlantlo City CityMr CityMr CityMr
Mr Fabor Fabr is 45 5 years old He l was al born bornIn om omIn bornin
In this city studied at Columbia Columbia College Collegebut Colg Collegebut
but did not graduate grdual and nd pursued puuld bin binstudies hl hlstdlls hisstudies
studies further furher at at Parinahd Iarl Paris and Nuremberg NurembergHe Numbrg NumbrgH
He H went Wlt into the ho family loml business lunoR of pencil pencilmaking pnci pencilranking
making in 1870 and with ith his brother con controls controls conttols ¬
ming 187
trols the company with tb A cedar ce iar yard and andsawmill and8wmllt andsawmill
compn c
sawmill 8wmllt at Cedar Car Keys KeYl Fin Fl and an d a I rubber rubberfactory rbbr rbbrfacory rubberfactory
factory facory at Newark He has h been Jn president presidentof 1 > reldlnt reldlntof
of the Nqw York State What Whist Association Associationand ANoclatlon ANoclatlonand
and a director diror of the ill American Whist WhistLeaguo WhlAtl WhistLeague
League LeaguoHo l LeagueHo a aHo
Ho has a fine 111 place pla at Livingston Livington Stolen StolenIsland Stten SttenIland StatenIiand
Island Iland and Is a t member relnor of the Richmond HiclimondCounty Rohmond RohmondCounty RichmondCounty
County Country Countr Club tho Fox Hills Hils Golf GolfClub Gol GolfClub
Club Cilb nnd ld the New York Athletic Alletlo Club ClubI Clubhe ClubThe
I The he married marltd couple are a living 11lng at l the theWaldorf theWaldorf theWaldorf
Waldorf having hving returned retlmed a 1 week wek ago ngo from froma
a ton wedding woding trip to Baltimore ltlmor and Washing Washington Wlblng Wlblngton ¬
PRIME PRIlCE OF Of PILSEN IN 1 LO1MI LO1MITtift LOHi LOHiTlt LON1IOXThe
The Tlt Piece N Well Received but biL American AmericanWitticisms ArtrJran ArtrJrann1teiDI iterteflhilttlelsols
Witticisms n1teiDI Not Understood Understoodtiptclal Undertoo UnderstoodtpeCt421
tiptclal 1 CaNi Ca U4 l titioalcit IUsDaelo lo TUB TB SON SONLoNpowMay14 SUNMQY14 5v 5vIxnrMa714Tlib
LoNpowMay14 IxnrMa714Tlib MQY14 Tht T i > Prince Prlicoffltn ofPjistm ofPjistmwas
was 111 produced p uc I a qj the th Hhnftebury Hhoftl bur Theatre Theatretonight Toatl Toatlonlght Theatretonight
tonight onlght for the fret rstUmo rnt time in 11 England Egland It Itwas ItWA itwoe
was WA received rhod favorably Invotbly though It was wasregarded W8 W8Mllr wasregarded
regarded Mllr e as lnotcmifblo not comparable with Th The Belle Belleof Ble BleoC Belieof
of Now York YorkTlie YorkThe YorkThe
The thinness thlnn0 of the thl story and alli and plot was wnicompensated wascompensated M MrompnAte
compensated rompnAte for by the acting actng H T W WBansones WRnones WRausones
Bansones Rnones Wagner 1agner being hln particularly partcularly ap appreciated apprpcnto appredated ¬
predated prpcnto The piece ploO r requires < iulros lulro to be Ant Anglicized Antliaised nl ¬ I Ilcze
liaised lcze many mnn or the American Americn witticisms witticismsincluding witticisms witticismsiiicluding itclfm
including was Wil you ever In Cincinnati Cincinnatimeaning CincnnAt Cincinnatimeaning I
meaning nothing more than I phrase > hrarN qliaintly qliaintlydelivered qlalnt qiaintlydelivered I Idelvered
delivered delvered to unenlightened ulmlghtoned utienli gh toned Londoner LondonerNevertheless Londonerl LondoriersNevertheless
Nevertheless NelrthIlM It Ms Is predicted prlcte that the thopiece thepie thepiece
piece pie will wi have A I successful IIUCful run runPACIFIC rn rnPIFW runP4
PACIFIC P4 CIFW COAST COti JAI > FRAUDS FRAUDSSan FIUJS FIUJSSin Fill UDS UDSSan
San Francisco FanrleD Men rn lo no Tried Tltd In Wash WashInfton ra VashlegionTen I IInaon
Infton Inaon legionTen Ten I Person Pe lonl Inilleted Intolrd In Oregon OregonVABIIINOTON orrronWAIUNOTON Oregon1VAsIIisoro
WAIUNOTON VABIIINOTON May 14 14Sortlr 14Secretary Secretary Hitch Hitchcock Hitchck Hitchcock ¬
cock ck was WD much pleased plotNloday today to learn lom that thatF thatF thatF
F A Hyde and Henry Ienry B Dimond had hd been boenheld bn bnhel beenheld
hel held by the San Francisco Frncs courts cour to answer answerIn anSWlr anSWlrIn anawerIn
In the courts curts here ber to the charge of con conspiracy on onIplracy consplracy ¬
spiracy Iplracy to defraud defrud tho United States in inacquiring Inacuiring Inacquiring
acquiring acuiring public ublo lands landsA
A telegram telpgon tram Ban Francisco anclsco received receivedtoday relcd relcdtoa receivedtoday
today toa by the Secretary 8retary of f tho Interior Interiorsay Intorlorsy Interiorsays
say says that ball to tho ho amount aount of 40000 40 WAS WASfUed wasltaed R
fUed 110 in the case of Hyde and 121000 fO 2000 in inthe I inthe
the case ca of Dimond DimondThe Diond DiondThe DimondThe
The Interior I lor pepartment PPlrtment U else alo taking takinggreat takinggat takinggwat
great gat In Itet Interest tercet in the tie Jnd t fraud cases c in inOregon I inOregon
Oregon and ad Secretary Betr Hitchcock IIthcok made madepublic madepubtio
Orel mae maepublo
public publo today the following lollowig list lit of indict indictments Idlot bdioticenta ¬
alleged ments menl land against ar let frauds fraudsB persona p connected connet with withalleged wih wihaleged withalleged
aleged B A Idfrad P Peter Plfr and ad Di D W S Tarpley Tlley con conspiracy cn cnspiay vonapiracy ¬
spiracy spiay acknowledging aknowleging as notaries notanH public publicep publc publcslglur publicsignatures
slglur signatures of fctltou fictitioua imtrmc entrymep ep epif
E L Watson fotsn eDPla conspiracy if and forgery forgeryfor t forgeryfor rgery rgerylor
for conveying conoyi lands lad as grantor grntor and Ald forg forgpreparing foig
log entry papers papersMario
Ingentr Pllen PllenMarie
Marie L Ware conspircy conspiracy andforglr and forgery forgerypreparing
preparing and as i United Unitedsloner Inlte Bttd StateS Commls Commlsslone Conurnisstoner
stoner slone acknowledging aknoleglng fraudulent entry entrypapers entr entrypapers
papers pOI and forging names nme to entry en r papers papersand fnpCS fnpCS1i yopezaand
and 1i oonvojances oonvojancesHOW oonvOac oonvOac11J ooavoyanceshOW
HOW 11J ABOUT A U7 SVNDAY SrlVlt1 OO COJ COJAnti Uf UfAnd f fAnd
And Other O her Atnatcments Amneptlt8 If Baxbtll Db1 i iniecai Iec is isGheggi
niecai ec Asks kl the Rev Mr r Hcuildr HcuildrThe CIJtIIIEIThe df dfTe
The Te Rev John Jol JohL L Bouddcr dder pastor ptr of the thoFirst tboFirst theirat
First irat iongregatlonal lonaratonal Church Cur of Jersey JerseyCity Jem TeraeyCity
City in discussing dlMn Sunday baseball libl yester yesterday yeter yeterdljlld yesterdaysaid ¬
dljlld daysaid day said t tAlthough tAlthoUh tAItbough
Although AlthoUh I am a not an pn n advocate of Bun Bundny Snday Bunday
day baseball bbl I fall 1al to see avof tow bo th author authorties autori autorit abUioilties
ties t can cn put it into Ito a class cl by itself Itl and anddiscriminate an anddiscriminate
discriminate dlrlmlte against aainst it itIf ItoI itIf
oI If they te stop the grocery IJr clerk clek from fromplaying lromplyi fromplaying
plyi playing ball bl they the should so ld also al stop tp tho tholawyer tholwor thelawyer
lawyer lwor and Danker Ianklr bankC from frm pteyjng ptrl golf golfThey gol golfThey
The They should tell tU the te rower rWer to putt up p his hisoare h hers hiscars
cars ers and the te man ran in the sailboat Ilbt jt to t furl furlhis ful fulhl furlhis
a
his sail si The Te Sunday Sunay automolblo autmolbl should shouldgo
hl go outj out of > f business bullC and no bloylce blol should shouldthe soul shouldappearba
appearba the Boulevard BoulevardHe
u Bu1vr
pJer He said Mi ho b bleved haiieved lleved th the whole question questionf queUon queUonof
of f amusement amliment on the Sabbath Sbbath da day must muste mut mutb mustbe
be determined by the individual
b e Individul eon eonaienoe cn cneleno conscience
science eleno elenot sciencefl4NTS aienoeWANTS
WANTS t TO JOIN TIV OIV HARVARD HARVARDlanachntetli 1111 114REA1IDMaachItiett ABD ABDIllcnat
Illcnat lanachntetli Imttutbl Inttllnllbn of ofBOSTON orTechne Tewsldy TewsldyMskC i iHlk
Hlk MskC F Formal rn l Approaches ApproachesI30ST0N pporlM pporlMDOSTON
BOSTON May Jlr 14 Negotiations 1NegtftoM between betweenhe blwn blwnth betweenthe
th the he Institute Instiute cf ef f Technology and ai Harvard HarvardFnUcrslty Hrrd HrrdUnhorsly HarvardUniversity
University Unhorsly looking lookll Tehnolot toward their union unionave uion uionbaw unionhave
have ave been bn formally lorly opened opne by the to Insti Institute Ilt Instilute ¬
tute It I WM w announced annonc today tooay ai a the theiffioo lh thecmos
iffioo ot of President PrldenL Pritcbott Prt htt that tht a resolu resoluIcn ml mlUon rteolulion
lion Icn of the th corporation cOUraton of the tb institute instituteration lntute lntuteh loititutehad
h had bn been fonly formally trlmtt transmitted to the or ocr ocrporatlon
prton poratlon ration of Harvard Hamn This resolution IElluUonl IElluUonlfooW la as asollows asfollows
follows followsVoted r rVoted j jVote
fooW
Voted Vote that tht tho tb Executive Ectlv Ccramlltea Ccramllteai Commutes Commutesbe
b be i required rult to t ascertain aram whether whther Cte any an anroamnt ar arngement arrangement
ngement roamnt pan on n be b made md with Harvard Harvardnlveralty UavadUnvereity
nlveralty rlty for f r a combination blntJ wth o of effort elon aran In Ineducation Ink Inttohnkl
Et ttohnkl k education euc such ouh u Will 111 U ubstanl sttbstaittllnMttiite ubstanltttrt = U
1 O OOfTl01
lnMttiite tttrt of Teohnolojy D
OfTl01 1
UEAVY HAHJ LOSS AT n lIBIDO UMDGEVontervat lIBIDOur IIIfIDOLne
Vontervat ur v tt e Member Iel of oJ ofipar1tn rtrll rl ruent l nt Lo Lscs LscsNearly e eNearly el elNe
Nearly Ne rlt 42IOOlsf at ob play a of o Commonerg CommonergSptclcO Conunontrs3pca m n r rSPfe
SptclcO SPfe Cofc c Detpittcit D PtCI it Tax I SUN SDKLOKDON SUNLoON SUNLONDON
LONDON LoON May 14 1 14There There h r U much gossip goulconcerning gOlp gOlpconcerig gossipcoticoming
concerning concerig tho heavy heaT beavgamblIng gambling gambU at atbrldg bridge bridgeor brldgiof
or a certain ceria set set In the th House Hous of Commons CommonsAyoung CommoW CommonsA
Ayoung A young yowig Consepfattvo member m mbe rocoatl rocoatllost rbountly rbountlylost ty tylot
lost lot nearly noarty42SQQQ 2SOOQ 5 Beiatvo while whil playing playig withfelio withfeliomembers wll with elow elowmemors eilow eilowmembers
members membersBridge memors memorsBridi membersBrIde
Bridge Bridi Is I prohibited prohbit within wIthi the the precinct precinctof princt
of the House ou though ih ugh it la still sui Indulge Indulgehi Idulged Idulgedi indulgedhi
hi i occasionally onay Thq flil heavy vr loss lo of ofyoung he heyoung
young 901 ConserYaUve Csera v is dpoiared dl to t have haveoccurred h haveoccuired e eOrr
occurred Orr In a private privat house houseMISS ho hoIS houtseI11S8
MISS IS CAROLINE flLI JAMES DEAD DEADShe U UShe D11She
She Wai Thrpijn TIU Iron FI mthe the Back Da a aniI tc of oflluns t a aflunta
lluns niI flunta Wa > vay ilorie horse In n mohmond qI9 mnda mndaRICI10NU ya yaRICIIUONU TaRICIIIIONU
RICIIUONU RICI10NU Va May Iay 14 1Twlve 14Tlve Twelve hou houafter hours boursaltr hoursafter
after altr having been n thrown tlr from the th boc bocof bk bkof back backof
of a runaway horse hon Miss M88 Caroline Csrolne James Jamcof Jame Jamesof
raway
of ArdsloyonHudson ArdaloynJuCn died die hero heo thl thlmorning this thismolng thisruoming
morning Her condition ondlton was hopeless hplC f from fromtbl fromthe ror rorthe
the tbl first frSt collision com ln with ith a tel tslgraph graph grph pol polIn plo ploIn polo poloIn
In her hr fall fal having lvlng crushed crbed In I her lI skull skuland Ikul skulland
and ad fractured frure her spine She died die without withouthaving wlholt wlholthaving withouthaving
having regained rgained consciousnetw cocloune c Her Heimother Hermother Hermother
mother notified ntf d by telephone t pbonelt last night nightarrived nightare nightarrlyed
arrived are here early erly this th morning morlg and wai waiat was wasat wasat
at her bedside bdside when hen tbo ho end came The Thiremains Thormalnl Theremains
remains rmalnl will wi be b taken to Xew York for foiburial forburl forburial
burial burl leaving lvig here tomorrow tomorrw morning raornbigand morlnK morlnKand morningand
and the funeral funerl will wi take takopla place on 01 Monday Mondayfrom Mondy Mondyfrom Mondayfrom
from St Thomass diiIch diiIchMIB Church ChurchMlsH ChurchMiss
Miss MIB James Jame died Iedot at the home hme of Mrs MrsW MrSW Mrsw
W S Forbes Forb where she bad been a visitor visitorShe visitorShe Isltr IsltrShe
She was W to to have been bn the guest uet of the Deep DeepRun bot beepBun
Run Hunt Cluj Clu today i day at at their thei annual annualraces anul anulrace annualraces
races race So moved wero wera the members by byher byher y yher
her death howevnr hovevnr that thlt the affair aal was wasindefinitely WMlndel1nliiy wasIndefinitely
indefinitely lndel1nliiy postponed postpone The ho club Indi Individually ImUvl mdividually ¬
vidually vl ualy and collectively colltveiy coll ctlvely sent flowers fowers In Inprofusion InproCu inprofusion
profusion proCu lon to dock her blur w I a mark mIr1 of their theiigrief theirgrler theirgrief
grief griefMiss grlerMla griefMiss
Miss Mla James came to her death deth while whie rid riding rldIlg ridlug ¬
lug Ilg Whirlwind a dashing dhng brown br wu gelding geldingtho ge geldingthe dlng dlngtbo
the property proprty of Mr r Forbes For Today Today was the thetwentyfourth Iie Iielwenttour thetwentyfourth
twentyfourth lwenttour h anniversary annherlry of Miss rB Jamess Jamessbirth Jamls Jamlsbirth Jamessbirth
birth birthTRY birthTin 4 4TRI
TRY TRI TO WRECK IRFK ST T LOuIS LOr TRAIN TRAINMlxrreanti TRI TRIllIlrrantl TRIIXMtsereants
Mlxrreanti llIlrrantl Beat t anrt ni ndStab Stab Letter LUrI Carrier CarrierWho CartCr CarrierWho
Who 10 Reniovei Qbitructlons QbitructlonsCniLLicoTiir OItrueUCnt OItrueUCntCnuLIcTIU OhtrucIIonsCnhILzcoTlzn
CniLLicoTiir CnuLIcTIU Mo May U HA 14An An attempt attemptwas atempl atemplwas
was rondo mde near Sampsel Smpl today to wreck wreckWabash wrk wrkWabah wreckWabash
Wabash Wabah passenger pr8lnger train trn No 1 tho Cannon CannonBall CannonBal CannonBail
Ball Bal which left leC St Louis Luis last it night bound boundfor bund bundfor boundfor
for Omaha and the Northwest NorthwestJames NorthwoltJllmN NorthwestJames
James JllmN Dunn Dnn a 1 rural rral free fr delivery delyor carrier carrierwent carier carierwen carrierwent
went wen to the Sampsel Smpsel station staton to got gt the themail themul theinn
mail mul inn from the lie Cannon anun Ball Bl The train trainwas tran tranM trainwas
was M a few fe minutes late lt and ad he walked walkedup walkedup ale
up the track A fow hundred yards jlrd from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho station Itaton ho found two railroad rlroad ties bound boundacross bun bunnorO boundacross
norO across the rails rail He le removed tho obstacles obstaclesand ohstlclM ohstlclMod
and od started Itart back bck to the station stationBefore slton sltonDfor stationBefore
Before Dfor ho had gono half bal tho distance distanceha dltance dltancehe
he was 1 attacked atacked by two men who wh beat bt him himalmost himalmOt himalmost
almost almOt Into Int Insensibility lnnlblt and stabbed stbb him himfour himlour himfour
four times Um8 with a knife His wounds are areterlous areIrOUB amtexious
terlous IrOUB Tho strangers strn8 disappeared Ilsappen In Intho IntlO Inlie
tho tlO lie darknesu d DI and a nothln ni1 K Kf gmom more has hbn hbn8n been beenseen beenseen
seen 8n of them themBETWEEN thor hemntrIrEEN I InfrnjE
BETWEEN nfrnjE FENCE 1 j AND ND TRAIN TRAINClepTKe TltA TltAUelce TIMEXUctwge
ClepTKe Uelce Read llollecl noltl tIoIIrdIouud Rouuil and Hound Houndanil nOld nOldand Roundand
and and Painfully Injured InjumlSOUTH InjuredSOUTH
Inund InundOUI
SOUTH OUI ORANGE May 14 HergeRc 14George Cloorga Rood Rooda
a resident rsldlnt of the Montrose Montrl section Uon of South SouthOrange Huth HuthOrn1e SouthOrange
Orn1e Orange hod been ben out culling ouln lost evening eveningwith oOnln oveningwith g gwih
with wih John JohnValul Vullulso of South Orange Ornge and andtho ald aldtho andthe
tho two returned rturn return d on the last lst train lrln which whichreaches whichrches whichreaches
reaches rches Mountain station at 118 A M MThe MThe IJThe
The train trin came CIUlO u1 up on track 3 There Ther 1 a a apicket apicket apicket
picket fence between botwon tracks 2 and an ant 3 Not Notremembering Notrmembering Notremembering
remembering rmembering this thl Mr Read got off of on the thewrong therong thewrong
wrong rong side and an found himself himslf jammed jammedup
up against IgalMt the fence No one saw sw his hispredicament hispreicament hispredIcament
predicament preicament and an the train trin started startedWhen atarte startedWhen
When tho cars began to t move move Mr Rood Roodbegan Re Roadbegan
began to revolve like Ik a roller rlor between betwen the thecars thocar thecars
cars car and the fence Jenc When the train had hadpassed badps hadpassed
passed on he fell fel to the ground He was waspicked W8 W8ploko waspicked
picked ploko ps up and carried care Into the thestatton station sttin and andan a andan
an a ambulance ambulanc summoned 6umonoln in which whic he was waataken WMtaien wastaken
taken taien to the hospital hospitl painfully plnuy Injured InjuredHis InJur injured4His
His Hi clothing cloting was W badly torn tornHAT tm tmIUT tornfIAT
HAT PIN PI IN A CAT CATPoint CAtPoint CATPoint
Point Comes Out Olt at t Her ntr Shoulder and andS
8 Inches or the Pin Io n Is Clipped 1lprd Off OffCAtEDONii oaCAEDONU OttCALEDONIA
CALEDONIA CAEDONU N Y May U 1TI 11Thomas 11ThomasDavenports Thomas ThomasDavenports
Davenports Davenprts pet black bla oat ct swallowed alowed ah ah6Inch analnch an aniInch
6Inch hat pin today toay The T pin was wa dis discovered d dcover discovered ¬
covered cover in the cat by Davenport Davenprt himself himselfHe
He noticed nolc that thlt she was 118 distressed dltted and andIn andI andin
In I shaking shaing Its II fur pricked proke his finger fngr The Thopoint To Topint Thepoint
point pint of the pin was W as sticking stcking out of the thecats thets theeats
cats ts hide just Jut book bk of its it shoulder should or blade bladeEfforts ble bleMor bladeEforta
Efforts Mor were wor made to pull the pin out but buttho butto butthe
the head he caught caughtDr
Dr Hagodora Hgaom the town t wn veterinarian veterinarianwas etcnarlan etcnarlanwas
was called olod Ho out the pin off of as close to totbo totho tothe
the head hed as 8 possible pOtle The cat Ct is aa a frisky friskyas frsky
1 as over now Nobody hero knows klows how or orwhy orwhy orwhy
why the cat ct swallowed swalowed the hat hati hatiROVlDUP hatin hatinROUNDtiP in inHOVNDVP
HOVNDVP ROVlDUP OF 01 AUTOMOBILISTS AVTOMOBILISTSrraont AUTOMOBILISTSTtmont AUTOMOJIILISTSrrenioflt
Ttmont rrenioflt rraont Police Polc Corral corfi Seven 8eCnutrt SerenWeitrner SerenWeitrnerThought Weit rner rnerThought
Thought IIOu5It lie Wat al In I tbo tb ho Country CountryThe Cuu CuuThe CountryThe
The police polce of the b Tremont Temont station staton ar areat arrt arrested
rt rested eat d seven Bven men In an hour yesterday yesterdayfternoon yeteray yeterayltenoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon ltenoon for speeding speding automobiles automoblls on onWashington onWnblngton onWashington
Wnblngton Washington avenue enue between two loAth JOth and and163d andlBSd
163d 181 streets strets Policeman Polemn Henry He Kiipfratn KiipfratnBrat KuplrAlnlt Kupfralnfirst
Brat lt nabbed nbb David Egan En of 328 28 West Twenty Twentyninth Tenty Tentyninth Twentyninth
ninth street On the th way ay to the station stationhouse atton attonbouB stationhouse
bouB house he made me two more arrests atTo atTopriner The Thoprisoners Theprisoners
priner prisoners said Ild that tb they y were we ere Michael MichaelJweoney MichaelSwneyof MichaelSweeney
Jweoney Swneyof of ill 11 West Wet Sixtyfifth 8lE7fth street Irlt and andEdward a andEdward
Ew Edward r Measward Mew of 246 West Wet Thirty Thlrtyleventh Tiy Tiyseventb Thirtyseventh
seventh street 8trot All Al were running rning big bigtouring bi bigtouring
touring cars carsAfter C carsAfter
After Atr landing lnding his prisoners prlers In the station stationbousethe alaton alatonhOUj stationhouse
hOUj house bousethe the policeman polceml went n t out ou t and caught caughtLoula cuht cuhtLui caughtLouts
Louts Lui T Moore Moor of Cleveland and ad Henry HenryOsborne Honr HenryOsborne
Osbore Osborne of Mahwah Mahwa N NIn J JIn 7 7In
In the meantime metme Policeman Polcman May Iay got gotCharles gotChares gotCharles
Chares Charles ODpnnell OD9nnl of 135 13 l3 West Wct Tenth Tth street streetEach streetEach trt trtE01
E01 Each of the te prisoners deposited depited SlOQ 110 100 cash cashnail ch chbal cashbait
nail bal The T sergeant Bft said ho never saw w HO HOmuch eomuch somuch
much money mney in his hl life lifeBicycle lfo lfo810cle lifeDoycle
Bicycle Policeman Polceman McQiiiley McUuley of the West Westlira WestIud Westl5id
lira street stmt station stUon otter ater 1 a chase ch of two twomiles to tomU0alonthe twomiles
mU0alonthe miles along the Boulevard Bouoar Lafayette Laytt ar arrested arrr arrested ¬
rr rested George Of Snyder of Denver Col Colwho Colwho
who Is topping f at the 1otel Totel jijje MaJotlo Majeatio for forSnydersaid forpln forspeeding
speeding hs his automobile utomobleqSnd Snyder Snydersaid r id said there thereere tere tereer therewore
wore pln ere er green grn fields field and leafed trees tr about aboutilmand abut abutbiO abouthim
biO him ilmand and he supposed suppo9d ho was In the country
When he supposed suppO tills tM he was at Seventy Seventyilnth Sventy Sventyninth Seventyninth count
ninth street stt on the boulavard boulYar He le put up
20 0 cash c bail bailleant b bIlurt ballhearst
leant Ilurt Out 0th or It I In Minnesota Mlta North NerthDakota NwthDkota NorthDakota
Dakota Dkota and anl Montana MontanaST
ST PAUL May Aay 14 UWWI l4WIllam William R Hearst Hearstaa Het Hetha Hearsthas
ha has aa no 10 more show for carrying cing Minnesota Minnesotaforth Mlnneot MinnesotaNorth
forth Nor Dakota Daot or Montana Mont than th has h the thozar te teCz theCzarof
Cz Czarof zar of Russia RU aid a Democrat of national nationalromlnence ntonl ntonlprmienc nationalprominence
prmienc prominence romlnence today ty L r A Hosing Rol chair chalrian ohr ohrma chairman
man ian of the DmOU Democratic State t central com comlttee oo ooptt corninhtee
inhtee ma lttee said ad today t At the Ue lt outaid outaidaril ou outaidIssrst
ptt Issrst aril will not Lhave have ha more mo than fifteM fifteMr fitsstper
lr w1 tl f
veaNon pr per r tOD cent Cnt of otte the delegate dl8 U t to the U8e fticte OM 0 as asveaNon 1
NO NidioIaE CHOICE CHOIE YET YIQX1T1V IN N ILLIRQIS ILLIRQISCONlENTIpN LLINJS LLINJSoT
CONlENTIpN oT TlN ADJQVBS ADOp8i AJJiI1 WITI WITIDEADLOCK 11711 11711DEAD iririiDEADLOCK
DEADLOCK DEAD aK UOLVING UOLVINGTwentfour HOLDING HOLDINGTwentCour iloUIJNUTwentCour
TwentCour Ballet Dletl Taken Tken Without Chan Chans Onr Onrins tbsflE
s < 4 1 ins leg Materially l terialY the PpitUpiu IIH sltIoni n Oeenplec Oeenplecby
by 1 the Candidate c1n1114t dt at Friday FAd CaI Ad Adjournment AdjournmentPeegitci
journment JouDea journmentPeegitci Delegates e t Mlgbty Ulb Weacy WeacySpitutonui W WS wciSputoriota
Spitutonui S Ma My U UThe The settlement 1 t ent oi oitho 9f 9ftho 91the
tho moet m kIonLI t sqnstQn sensational and ad an spectacular IptCUl fight flgblfor fg fightor t tor
for or riorflUiaUprtfor nOf UoriCor tiovompr Oover tivern r1 r to the history hl hlahryor historypf tr
pf o Illinois lils lia 1105 boon postponed until unt Mon Monday Mof M9n M9nhiy
day aY After V r being big bln In I seesipn s PBtono i n from frm 16 l oclock oclockthis o oclockthis cok coktls
this tls morning 9ozIng pur 1ng untll utl nearly nelcb 8 oclock Ccto thlt thlterenlng ti th thevening
evening eenlg and ad after sifter taking takig nine ni mdro mpr more fruit fruitless lrit fruitloss
less IN ballots balot the th Republican Ipub1n State Stat opn opnventlun cn cnvelt con convaptlon
ventlun velt n hnsagrccd hMag has agieed t to o adjourn JQU until uti 2 oclock oclockMonday ocl oclockMoy ck ckModay
Moday Monday afternoon afternoonThe atmoon atmoonT afternoonThe
The T decision dellon was W reached rcbe after aCtr a con conference cn cnfernc conforence ¬
ference fernc of leaders laen of the tmrou various factions factionsand factionsand
and was as gladly g1dly welcomed wlcme by the th 1500 1500weary 16 1600weary
weary delegates t lepl a The T last I t ballot 0101 taken taUenthis tken tkenthI takenthis
wr this thI evening e eveiIngwas lngW88 was tho twentyfourth The Tholineup Thefinsup
lineup linup then thn was a substantially stanlily the samo sr oa oait 1 asit
it wan Wa when adjournment ajournment was Mis t voted old last lastnight lt ltnliht lastnight
night and nd there th n was M no indication Inditon of a abreak abrak abreak
break breakNumerous brak brakXirou breakNumerou
Numerous Xirou attempts a at t stampeding stampln were weremode worerne weremade
mode during durl s tho afternoon alteron and evening eveningbut evning evningbut eveningbut
rne
but tho ho only net result rut was verbal vorb fireworks fireworksfor frworks frworksfor
for a few minutes and then a relapao r r lapso p into intooriginal Ito Itoorgil1 Intooriginal
original orgil1 condlt condi conditions conditionsThe ions ionsThe 1018 1018Th
The Th result ruu of 0Ct the e twentyfourth tweyfoub and last lastballot 1It 1ItbaUot lastbatlot
ballot was Yates Yat 484 48 48 4 4 Lowden Lwde 398 398Deneen 38 38Dnn 393Ddneen
Deneen Dnn 375 Hamlin Ham 125 12545 45 Warner Waner 38 3845 3845Shenan 45J 45JSherman 45 45Sherman
Sherman Shenan 4 48 PIerce Pi 21 21As 21bllot 2 2Aa
As ballot bllot after afer ballot blot was wa taken tlen without withoutm wllhout wllhoutruJt wihoutresult
m result ut or material mlrlal change the convention conventionapparently cnentlon cnentlonapparenty conveionapparently
apparently apparenty settled sttl down Into a determina determination detenn ¬
ton lIon to i fight ght It out out on that tht line Hn If I it took toK all allsummer allsummer i i6umet
summer summerQrltn 6umet 6umetOrlm summerGrim
Grim resolve TOolvo succeeded 81Oe succeed e 011 the spirit of ofunrest ofunrt ofunrest
unrest unrt which showed Ihowe Itself Itl during du tho early earlyhours ery eryhours earlyhours
hours and even even Chairman Cannon nn9n by his hislooks h hislocks
looks and a actions ation CaT Indicated Indcal that tb ho he had hadmade b hadmade
made ndo up up his llilld mind to stand it it as long 10nI as a the ttodelegates thedelegates
delegates degat would wouldRumor wouldor wouldBejno
Rumor or upon upp rumor or arose arole after aCtr each ech rqll rqllcall rll rolcall
call l only to be b riiidled rddle and ad thrown hrown rwn out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the window Ind w Dark Dark11r horse booms bm tor Reeves Reevesfor Rf Reevesfor
for Murphy for Cannon Cnnon and for unknowns unknownswcro unknownswere
were ero urhr sprung prog and dismissed dim o Meanwhile Meanwhilethe Mowhie Mowhieth
the th delegates delegaw stood st by their guns gu spurred spurredon 8p r
on to t fidelity fidely and nd endurance endurnc by their theirleaders theirleen theirleaders
leaders leadersEveu leen leadersEven
Even Ev u when whel a recess rCI was wal taken after a to the thenineteenth thenletoonth thenineteenth
nineteenth nletoonth ballot blot little lte hope was OB expressed expressedthat oxpre8 expressedthat
th that It t meant ment anything more than th a chance chanceto chnce chnceto
to eat et and fortify for a further furthe test tt of en endurance enduranc endurance ¬
durance duranc It was wa noticed notc however that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the party mandarins mandarnCulom xnandarlnsCuliom Cullom Hopkins HopkinsCannon Iopkln HOpkinsCannon
Cannon prty and Lprimor Lrlmoagal Lorirnoragain again went into intoexecutive Int Intooecuttve
executive o eutve session 8on By many may this thk wanthought wan wl wqnthought
thought tiougbt to bo bthe the prelude lo the end entie entieslhln endthe endthesmashing the thesmashing
slhln smashing of the deadlock odloc and an the naming namingof nrlg nrlgof
of a man mn for Governor Goemorbut but nothing no thn came cameof cmo cmoat camoof
of it itFOG It ItFOG itF
FOG F HOLDS IILDS EWL DS UP U PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIABut Plc LADELPlIU LADELPlIUOut
But For 110 Wireless lrees Tfelegraitiiy Te lll We e Wouldnt WouldntKnow WouldntHnow uldnt uldntKnow
Know Liner Lnflr Wa Wallfre WallfreThe Here HereTho hereThe
The American A erlo1 liner t erPhl Philadelphia oJph front frontSouthampton oxa oxaSouthampton t
Southampton Suthmptn and an Cherbourg Cherblr was in il wire wireless wl wirelees ¬
less le touch tOICt With ih Nantucket lightship Ilhtlp at atten atn atten
ten n minute minut PMt midnight n ll1lght yesterday yesterdaymorning yetny yetnyornlg yestenlayorutag
morning ornlg and oh was a naturally ntrly expected espt o obe obe
be up to her bel pier early orl in the Il afternoon afternoonThe artnOD artnODTe afternoonThe
The Te officials ofcil of the line lno and the dock dok super superintendent sper sperIn superIntendent ¬
intendent In began bgan to wonder as A the noon noonhour non nonlion Iloon1iom
hour lion went by that they did not get any anynews anylas anynews
las news from her They soon 101 found foun that thattho tht thttho thatthe
tho chill chi easterly eastrly wind had h pushed pUhod in a aheavy 1 aheavy
heavy hev BOA so fog and am that the marine mario observers observerst obrvera obrveraat
at t Fire Fir Island Islnd and Sandy Sndy Hook llok had b given givenup givenup givenup
up observing ovlg Tho last lt ocean oan crosfeer crof crosser that thatthe thlt thlttb9 thatlie
the Sandy y Hook man saw rw wan WS the out outwardbound ou ouwaboun outwardbound ¬
wardbound waboun Rod R Star Rtr liner ler Kroonland Kroonlandwhich Krnlnd Krnlndwhich Kroonlandwhich
which was wa swallowed swalowed up in the to mist mfatshortly mt mtsorty mistshortly
shortly sorty after altr noon noonA non nonA zuoonA
A throng of the friends and relatives relativesof relt0 relt0of
of the th Philadelphias Pllelphla a passengers plngen had hadgathered hadglthero hadgathered
gathered glthero at It the pier early In I Intheafternoon Intheafternoonand tho afternoon afternoonand aftproon aftproonand
and customs OU8tOIn Inspectors Inptol were on hand hnd to toattend toattend toattend
attend to tho baggage aggg And they waited waitedand walto waitedand
and waited aled for word from the liner linerIt lner lnerI linerIt
It I came cme finally faly by wirele wireless and was W8 sent sentfrom snt sntfrom sentfrom
from tho sea s to Babylon Bbylon and ad transmitted transmittedthence tritt transmittedthence
thenc thence to the American Amercn Line Lie dock dok by wire wireabreast wlrcCapt wireCapt
Capt 111 Mills IEpro reported tht that he td ad a an hor hored horedabreast
abreast abrt of Fire Fie Island lightship Uhlhpit at U A AM AMhi A M Mi MIn
hi i a thick fog fogNow fogNow fogNow
Now there wore no Indication In ictons of fog fognear fogner fognear
near ner the tJe shore and a the officials ofclal of the tie line linethought lne lnethouht linethought
thought thouht that there ther Was a chance ohco of the th big bigship bigship bigship
ship getting gottna through thtub into It unobstructed unobstructeddaylight nobBrte unobstruoteddaylight
daJlbt daylight She Se probably probly had h done a good gooddeal gooddeM 0
deal d of groping gropin to t find I herway erway to t the te light lightship Ulbt lightship ¬
ship and a they tey thought ouibt she se might mgh dp some somemore sme smemor somemore
mor more The w waiting lt ones one were ere told tol that thatthere t thatthere t tterewa
terewa there was a possibility plbltr of tho ship sip docking dockingand d dockingand lnl
i and they stayed sta around areu until unt T30 1 oclock o lok in inthe I intue
the th evening eveningThen enmlI eveningThen g gThen
Then another message mege sent Bnt from tf m the theliner thelner theliner
lner liner at 5SO 55 oPlock oolok In the afternoon Iternoon said saidthat sid sidtt saidthat
tt that sho had anchored anohore off oI of the bell bl buoy buoynear buoyncr buoynear
ncr near the entrance entrace of Gedneys Gedners Channel Channeland ChannelAnd Channeland
and that the fog was still IIUl mighty thick thickBhe thickShe thickShe
She probably probbly got a pilot piot here but not nt ono onowho onowho onewho
who would venture entwe up in the gloom glm with withtho withtho withho
tho ho night coming cin on Then Ton the U long longwaiters 10Ig 10Igwaltre longwaiters
waltre waiters and the customs utm men were we told toldto tol toldto
to come ome around aound at 7 oclock oolok this t1 morning mornincwhen mornn mornnwhen morningwhen
when weather wethe permitting the big ship shipwill shipwill
111 will dock dockMADPEN aok aokViDlE dockM4DPEV lttP
MADPEN ViDlE WILL NOT 07 RESIGN RESIGNHe RESmle
le He Rays 8 1 lie Ie Will 1U Hot N t Get nut tt of the Poll PollOOIoe Pt PtOlee VoltOgce
Olee OOIoe Department Dptment Until DtU fr Freed rced rc Out OutWASHINGTON oUtW4HtOTl OutWLBHUtOTON
WASHINGTON W4HtOTl May Jar 14 IThir 14Third Third Assistant AssistantPostmatterGeneral AII AssistantPoatnuuterOenersl t tPOtterOeerl
PostmatterGeneral POtterOeerl Madden aden when ben asked askedtoday Ikc askedtoday
ty today about abut the reports tort that Ut ho 0 intended intendedto I d
t to resign ri as a result reul of the te charge oar against againatultri agatt agatthln againsthim
him hln now 10W under Investigation InVUgatlon by Assistant AssistantittorneyQeneral Alstnt AlstntAttJoyneral AssistantAttorneyGeneral
ittorneyQeneral AttJoyneral Rbbb nbb aald aaldIf saldIf td tdI
If I they tey think I will Ul resign rClg under ur fire firethey lre lrethey firethey
they simply siply do not know me Of course coursethe CUI coursethe
the President Pldent may ma call n for my resignation resignationlust Jlg resIgnationJust ton tonjU8t
lust aa he may my call Dl for the theil8atlon resignation of ofuiy ofany ofany
any Official dllln in the Post POt Office Ofo Department Departmentut DeparWent DeparWentbut
but > ut It may be depended dopdeupn upon that tt I shall shalltot eaU eaUnot shallnot
not do anything aythig foolish folh and I purpose purposeaolng purse pursefalg purposefacing
facing falg any ar accusation a stln that tlat may be brought broughtigalnstme broughtoglnstme broughtagainetme
igalnstme igalnstmeMr
oglnstme oglnstmeAr I IMr
Mr Ar Madden Madn declined dlln to t discuss d1l the t review reviewif rdew rdewot reviewot
ot if the investigation Instlgnton now being bin mode mn by bytfr byM byMr
M Mr tfr Kobb Rbb Ho referred rfered all allnqurers Inquirers to Mr Mrobb Mrltbb MrIiobb
ltbb Iiobb obb and said that ho t could coul not lalkabut lalkabutwht thikabout thikaboutwhat talk about abouttrhat
what wht Mr r Robb Rbb might mlrht bd bl doing doij Ho lb o was wasmly WW wasccnly
mly ylntort Interested In I the Hi suggestion sugrtlu that tht pond pendag Pnd PndUe pondlag
Ue lag ag Ihr 1 Robbs Rbbs conclusions conduln he b might tllht de deIdo1 decldo doeidd
cldo Ido1 to offer oer hb hlrllnaton resignation to the lh President PrwidcntAa PJlnt PJlntA
Aa A to resigning rilln he made id it plain plin that tht he heroula h hwould hewould
would roula get el out of the thl Post Po Office OIo Depart Department Dprt Dprtmet Departmeat ¬
meat met only when hen forced for out Friends Fed of oftf ofM ofMr
M Mr tf Madden are ar satisfied aUle that an effort elor Is Iseing I iebeing
being beig > made rdo to Induce him hm to sacrifice sfc him himlf h himself
elf self lf and ad leave lee the department deprtm departmentscith twlth with the Ah Idea Id ideathat
tht that hat be had hd better bter resign rlll1l than bo forced forcedo
to o leave leavelection IMvMr leaveMr
Mr Madden 11 was stead l ly backed for his hliP hispleexit
P pleexit lIt position Py iy the late late Chief Arthur ArthurO
O ae lk therbood or LoqomoU L omoUvZg1neer omoUvZg1neernd
and nd It ii iggested that lreIIdea 1msideaFtooss 1msideaFtoosss 1msideaFtoossieCtloL nc
eU SlOt BUR it to s
acUO M r b f re m meiectJolD
lection
TREASON L IV Ih KARIS KARISluiportant 1MRSlulpeftant IMSI IMSIU1I1f
luiportant U1I1f ant Military ItJUH DqeanienM qinn n It t K IsTIn lOd lOdn J JfI1
fI1 TIn n ve Been U lin n Hold lo t b < 2erm rIsiF rIsiFSptrIdJ hj hjJSptttal h h5prrI4J
JSptttal caMf Dttptlc t tp VtU 1 5 NUN NUNLONDON v vLONDON OK OKLoNDON
LONDON May 14 i i4Depachfrcn Despatched patO from Mlja Mljasay MlJIp MlJIpsay Miipsay
say there here is tho highest authority a thorltJ for foraseen foraseenIn foraneerting assert assertInjj
In Injj that t a grave case of high Igh treason bat batbeen basI baab9en
been b9en I discovered d o ered In Paris I Moat ltI t Important Importantmilitary IJnOtantmiiltarY iinpoitantmilItary
military documents documenllJ It 1 If said have ha q been beensold be t tsold n nsold
sold to Germany Surprising Ip deYel devolments oeloInl1lts ° Pr Prments
ments may be expected expectedLET expectedLEl oxpectecLLET
LET A QUiL J I iAA jjraWVPallceiuan jjraWV 4TIwwXtlcettian W WollCt
Pallceiuan ollCt a Wackcr ker Saw f w nutbl8 D t1 8 Blunt RUIMami RIJIC RIJICald Bluntand
and Ban ManPark rqr r Heu HeuPark I IPark
Park Policeman Henry Washer an em employe emplo eatployee ¬
ploye plo J of the Eflsejc Park Commission ai aiBranch atDm itBranch
Branch Dm h Brook Park Newark Now 1rk was 18 dtamtae dismissed dlsmlsecdyesleniay dismissedyesterday J Jyesterday
yesterday because he was slow about try tryto trying tr1into
to rescue re4cJG sevenyearold l Harry Doremus o oKevrdrlc of ofiqwdrlc r rNewrirll
Kevrdrlc who wh was Wa8 drowned In shallow shallotwater shallowwater Shallowwater
water water In a 11 park pond on May al y y1t S SIt 5It
It was shown that Washer ran for help helpInstead belpInstead helpInstead
Instead of plunging plunl lng Into tile water ater aa aaanother 88anothcr asanother
another policeman did stew minutes later laterbut laterbut laterbut
but too late to save tho boys life lifeWackerV lireWncklrs lifeWacket
WackerV defence was waS that he thought thoughttho thoughttho thoughtthe
tho boys life could not be saved when ho howas bewas howas
was called to the scene Two girls called calledlite calledl calledhis
his l ls attention attCnt n to bubbles e rising In the water waterbefore waterbOfore waterbefore
before he ran ran fbr or aid He saved his uniform uniformbut uniformut uniformbut
but ut lost his official clal head headCLERGYMAN headI headJ1LRGV31AV
CLERGYMAN I A BIGAMIST BIGAMISTTboDBht nIO4VISTTboullbt BW4MISTThought
Thought t to Have 3k 2 Wire WiTeS1 11 Saja Women WomenRan Womenan WomenHan
Ran an After lUm lUmStpux lUmSIOUX Iu IuSioux
SIOUX FALLS 8 D May 14 HThe The Rev HovCharles RevCharles RevCharles
Charles A Lyons who was arrested at St StPaul StPaul StPw1
Paul a a few weeks ago and brought back bockhere backhen backhere
here oh on the charge of bigamy preferred preferredby pref pm erred erredby erredby
by Miss EmmaPurrla Einma PuMa whom be married marriedin
in this city appeared before Judge Jones Jonesof JODeor Jonesof
of the State Circuit Court in this city and andpleaded andpload andpleaded
pleaded pload d guilty Be was sentenced to im imprisonment imprisonment tinprisorimont ¬
prisonment for four years yearsIt
It has been definitely definltelyleam learned d that Lyons Lyonshas Lyonshas I
has four or or five wives and the > officers o be believe be believe beileve ¬
lieve that he has married women In prac practically practically ¬ I Iall
tically all all of the more important cities of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States and at the most mOt con conservative 0011fervatlvo conservativo ¬
servative estimate has twenty twen y or twenty twentyflve twentyfive twentyfive
five wives wiveLyons wivesLyons Ive IveLy
Lyons Ly nll1lhlle while in jail here prior to pleading pleadingguilty pleadinggulltr pleadIngguIlty
guilty and being sentenced assumed thorole tho thor theretool
r retool role le of injured Injurodiuuocecedeclaringthat inhooeace declaring that the thewoman tbElwom011 bewomen
woman ho married ran after him and that thathe tbathe bathe
he could not do otherwise than marry them themWSS thornu1SS i iIllS
IllS CRANES ABDUCTOR ABDUCTORStory ABDiICrORstor ABDVCTOItStory
Story stor of the Woman Whose bose OeJeae i41e e From FrooiJail Fr Frall FromJail
Jail all ConsolGeneral Candy Gad fteoured fteouredSptdal Necqrrdsp ot4Cd ot4Cd5pecIJ
Sptdal CaNe Deipalek D DCSPs2 PlUt to Tn TI1 Sun SunPABW 8 8haw SewPAau
haw May 14 14M Muw Belie Del Crone of ofGeneral ofDecatur ofDecatur
Decatur Ill who appealed to Oonau OonauGoneral Consul ConsulConeral
General Gowdy for assistance assIstaJwofaom from a pro prpvinclal provlncl provtnchul
vinclal vlncl l jail near Paris owl whose w10Ihe release releaseho releasehe
he secured told a story of ttbduptlpn u Qt19n by J a aman aQUln aqtan
man who had promised p her marriage II8 but buthad bu buthijuI t thjId
had hjId deserted d her whilq they were we wean taking takingan tk1n tk1nan
an automobile trip The French Ii police policearrested poli98arreflt policearrested
arrested d her as a vagrant vagrantHiwi vagrantM1 vagranthiLls
hiLls Craaenow sajw 8a 8asas thaUhtyjQijilC thaUhtyjQijilCwas lb t
was 81 an n American named White who whol whobeen ho hobem
l been en living in Europe for fifteen years yparalias y yhas yearshas
has horses and automobiles and appears appearto appearsto
to be wealthy wealthyDAVID wealthyDAVID ealtbyDAIID
DAVID L AMAHS HOUSE SOLD SOLDHolder SOLIlIoldrr SOLDholder
Holder or the 8 ooud oon eondMoxtg Mortg Mortlae f Hull tIJ It I In InRED inror Infor
for i45hIU i45hIURan 15U 15URED
RED BANK N J May ay 14 1 14On On Thursday Thursdaylast
last Fred W Hope attorney for f r William WilliamE WI1JazpE
E Strong the holder of the t first mortgage uiortgngoon
on the homo of David Lamar got an order orderfrom orderfrom orderfrom
from Chancellor Maglo dissolving dlsalOlv the In Injunction InJunction injunction ¬
junction obtained by Lamar to prevent prev nt the thesale th thsale thesale
sale of the property and it was w 18 sold 8 ld by bySheriff bySherifi bySheriff
Sheriff Bogardua at the Globe Hotel Red RedBark liedBank ed edBarJc
Bark to satisfy the first mortgage ort a6ie held by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Strong which w ob amounted with interests interestsand IntelC8tBand Interestsand
and costs to over 151000 151000Tho tOOO tOOOThe ttxuThe
The property I > ropert was purchased by the thoholder theholder theholder
holder of the second mortgage lIlo lIa e A a Spald SpaldIng Bpa1ctIng Spa1dlag
Ing of N Nv < w York Yor wb w > pa pad 70150 10 GO for it itthe Itthe Itthe
the terms being 20 per enV o4 n down do and the thobalance thebalance thebalanos
balance on Juno 11 This wipes out tim thaclaims thoclahna timclalina
claims of Mrs Lamar and Bernard Smith Smithher Sr Sadthher 1tbher
her brother agaInst ag lnst the p popety popetyHEAVE pperty ppertyHEAVY O 1 1HEAVl
HEAVY FROST IN N NORTHWEST NORTHWESTThrM
Three Inches of Hnorrla l ae nvW 10 Calumet EalumetGrata EalumetGratacrops Grain Graincrop rlllo rlllotOpi
crop Practically Pr tic Untainted JutDJur JutDJurCRJCJoo UntaintedOUICAO0 tulnjuredCHIOAOO
CHIOAOO Hay U 16The The oentral oon ral Northwestern Nortt1wNtern North Nrthwestern ¬
western Stales suffered lIuIf from a heavy frost froatand freetand frostand
and In some places snowstorm last night nightbut D1shbu nightbitt
but bu the damage to the growing win crop 1 1not ill illnot isnot
not great The heaviest t frocto are reported reportedfrom reportedfrom reportedfrom
from central Nebraska and eastern North NorthDakota NorthDakota NOrthDakota
Dakota the temperature hpperat1Ireu last night in l the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter section tiOX1 being 31 31A stbllndln SiA
A blinding bllndln snowstorm raged throughout throughouttho tbrou hout houttho
tho copper et country today Three Inchnp Inchnpof Inch Inchof lnchof
of snow fell In Calumet While the wheat wheatand whoatand wheatand
and oat crops have escaped practically un uninjured unInJurOO unlnJti ¬
injured lnJti It la said that market gardeners gardenershave glrd gardenershave > nen nenhave
have suffered sufferedUILD a sufferedduD erod erodCHI
duD CHI D IN I COFFIN COFI N WAS As ALIVE ALIVEor ALIIEBod ALI1EDoelor
Bod Doelor or Stop 8to Funeral Wnnualand and aevt Hevltei hAttie UtlleGirl UttleGlrlIenr hAttieGirlFever
Girl GlrlIenr Fever Left Her NM sad She May MalJe MalJeCv6tEB Use I4veCCSTEB UseCueran
CCSTEB S D May 14 14The Tha funeral of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he fiveyearold daughter dauah of O M Fear Fearng FearIng Fe Feing
Ing ng was stopped after tho ho corwnony had hadtegun hadbegun badbegun
begun tegun becaUse a physician thought he heaw he84r hesaw
saw aw signs of f life In I the child She had hadlied baddied haddied
died apparently of sCarlet fever feverThe feverThe feverThe
The funeral was stopped and the child childakon ohUdikon childtaken
taken from the th casket and brought back to toonsdousneai toconscOUtlne6 toconsciousness
consciousness onsdousneaiIt
It U believed she will live aa the fever feverppears feerappeluII feverappears
appears to have been entirely entlre1brolten broken in tho thohlrtyeiz thothirtrslx ho hothirtyaix
hlrtyeiz hours from the time she iras irasironounoed waspronounced u upronounced
pronounced dead d and the discovery that aha ahar abawas siewas
was r as still living llvlniBrae livingItrave livingnrave
Brae PoUcemaa Get a lledalTha lledal AledalThe IIdslThe
The Police Department medal for bravery braveryas
was as presented by Commissioner McAdoo McAdooeeterdny McAdooye MoAdooyesterday
yesterday ye to PoUoeman Pou enwi Anthony A thony Mul Mulloou Muldoon Mudoon
doon of the East Twontyaeoond atreet atreetUtlon 8LreatstatIon str strstation
statIon Muldoon Muldo n saved Michael cbael Began Beranfrom Beganfrom Beganrom
from rom drowning In the East River about aboutmnnth a ainnth amonth
month ago afo The CommUslonor r laid that thatluldoon lbo lboMuldoon thatMuldoon
Muldoon s act t was a very brave one and antiho
110 10 wouldnt l h > e surprised if ho h were were one of ofha oftho ofthe
ha three medal m men for the he year yearUroaktin fearDrollkln yearDroekin
Uroaktin Capltaltot cpttl Ulei 01 In Oklahoma OklahomaRJMBT Oldalto OldaltoRtLBY OUsoaiR1PLRT
RJMBT Okla Oklaar 0km Jtay 4ay lDr T D Nlohofe Nlohofei
a i former Brooklyn N Y capitalist Is Islead isdead
lead her as a result of taking chloral He Heocatcd UfOlocat ifslocated > I
located locat < l in Oklahoma a year ear ago Ho Hocavew HoIM Heleaves
IM leaves cavew n young widow a second wife lIe who I Iproa Iwas Iwas
was a member of a prominent Brooklyn Brooklynfamifr I Iamllr I
amllr t and nd she will return to that city dt to loIve toli8 tolive
live One eon wan 11 formerly lonnrrlYAudltor auditor of ofIklahoma ofOklahoma l
Oklahoma Oklahomaann Oklahomarais I IBiranr
ann rant Pots WU WJJIII PNE E ANB A nuAr DU JCK JCKAn JVICAr tIC
An A Ar cuperlor n Itor for or tour our lek It Itt1 oot ones ones4135w t
t1 4135w F Ii Os Os J U TthCSb 1Gttt1N NIW T Tst
ATTACK ON HAW
ct ctJ
J P War Warships h sD Destroy I or Mti Mtind M i I Iand
and nd Ete tr ar l l8 l8TROOPS ellOJ ellOJTROOPS taio taioTROOPS
TROOPS IKVEST TH THTOWN THTOWNVet TOWN TOWNBelicl TQMtl
Belicl tl Vet r Th 1 T Ty re rePOSlllllono e M 4 4Possession
Possession PossessionWUreCrul I Ist
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I e alt Ent n t tBombard 11e 11eBombard
Bombard the tb mee VbcKwAt VbcKwAtBeen tiMtI4i5d1 tiMtI4i5d1Been 1ija 1ijaDeeD
Been Mined TblekJy Thickly y by bfUl UM UMArmy t 4is 4isArmy 1 1Arm
Army Arm Landing at PltHira PIt PaN 1 1Have tlists
Have Been Finished Ftnl fl1JI fl1JIMore h dJaJabI dJaJabItlore Jap i TaltiBTTit TaltiBTTitMore
More Towns TOWIUIln ToilnManchutAOor ToilnManchutAOortack In SUnchurt laJ1cb AaoOMr Ier Iertark J U Utaek
tack on Vladivostok ReportM BelecIJ BelecIJnelle Aepoeted4aaneae Ja a anene
nelle nene Attack tile Baflra a atIeD MTiaUMH MTiaUMHtten TIas TIasIan
tIeD Drarery e1 f the tbeC HuftM IvI IvICnzo400 ajfr r rCniOAO0
CniOAO0 C Jo oo May 14 14The The all Dcfl N Wse TfWi to tonight to tonight tonight ¬
night publishes Pu llsh the 0 th following t01 follaiy 1nI 1nICbefoo lag fr m UM UMChefpo UiCbefoo
Chefpo Cbefoo correspondent correspondentWhen ooneapol qorrsspentWhen t tWhen
When the Daily a N New cut < VI de patoh tI bo tFawn t tFawn
Fawn arrived v d ofrDaUiy early this la mibr mibrIng i itag t tiq
tag a heavy bombardment b9mb mba t1fM t1fMA wa > iapr Oa OaAs ra i iAs
As the channel was thickly oun mined d tiy 1 tfat tfatRusalana tbicanlJt tb tbRu
Rusalana Ru anlJt and the Jajineae Jageie PI PIK 4 Adajral AdajralKatooka 4 4Katacka
Katooka K tAoka had Usuedatrict iaued ptrIc tri tricombatant orders th t3t t ppn ppncombatant pp ppcombatant
combatant boats were to ho boWilli ezohratt ezclo4d U Uwas Itwas
was impossible to get within the theroad theroadstead road roadstead rosdstead
stead Hence H ca an accurate report hp ni niproceedings Portproceedings f fproceedings
proceedings Is impowlble impowlbleSo Imp lble I ISo it itSo
So far lara8 as It waj fIILIJ M poesiMa to tol a tt i4 i4the c rtaln rtalnthe in intho
the armored cruiser Yakumo YakUlDO four tornoth othir othircruisers OtWrc r rcruisers
cruisers c n one n gunboat p t a nd D n4having CM J Jit byty lpj lpjhaving I J Jhavln
having clearod cleared the ch c cbnnel nnei entetep ei1 ei1ha U Uharbor t thatbor
harbor ha r shortlr after a 1 daylight yll4hL andbjfin andbjfina antI beau beaua j ja
a heavy fire flr wh which was aa 1flU1 Ull In progrpis progrpisnoon pro rosst rosstnoon N Nlloon
noon
r fIt rt rIt
It t la catlmatad 8llma that 20 2 o 00 apfnesa a SpeeIare trbort trbortare t tare
are Investing In tlng the town townand ownandlbel1l and there to iateallOD lasaxy lasaxyreasop rj rjreason
reason to 9 bpjleife b e that t therdtllyeredttieM therdtllyeredttieMBault T ds1r4tiea l t l lY1t 4 4tthaWrnoonaaiCael
Bault Y1t tthaWrnoonaaiCael tthaWrnoonaaiCaelbiop this t afternoon rnoon and an are a aall now in poi j jslop
slop all of t the city cUyIt oUyIt cityIt
It U ILUI understood unqenit that th tha Jl e landing g got gotsecond o f fsecond ih ihsecond
second second army was completed ootnpletedTare d jr rferdpjr rferdpjrfttPlt e et
fttPlt t ew6 There we xeno1rZ9oQq xeno1rZ9oQqtroopeontbepnbin3 nolr8pWJ < I Itroo ap Wi Witroop
troop troopeontbepnbin3 troopeontbepnbin3PORT l on tbe penlniwl penlniwlPORT IA 1
0 jIF jIFPlUff
PORT 4THVtt 4THVttKrli 4UTHUIIFALLEN 4UTHUIIFALLEN4rfl tirBU lALLIJ t JJ
Krli 1 4rfl rltJCaiIiUl HearYi ftfm Hlf r iT iTSptttal 14fbfI JIYJini4i w l4t l4tos1si
os1si ft fQ t a a81H
Sptttal 81H sl Oafl 041 DVPafOi D4ac la iiiP Tmj TI tot a aPAn1s v vPABU U UwideJy
PABU P BiJ Way r U 44 A r report was circulated circulatedwidely cigcutLeswidely
widely hero her8 this afternoon afte that thatMVere a aft < tfcr tfcrovereat t tseverest
overeat MVere t fighting the tbJ Japitheeo JIihMe had oaptunji oaptunjiPort sp4eiiiilPort r rPort
Port Arthur It was added dd d that Ie Je00 Je00had m6 m6had il ilhad
had been killed kthle l pr wounded woundedTho W woiin woiinThe W1
The rumor wu wa BO peraiatoatvtki perti periatt tp tpRU881an tba tbaRussian > f fRussian
Russian Embassy considered It neoeary DeOeIUorTtO DeOeIUorTtOInti to toissue
Inti issue a formaV f forina rmll oont on adletioo IOtl ri Jf 1ICS aYbljb aYbljblose rfirt > i ileas
leas the report r PQl continues to obtain OlltabiTbe credence credenceTh aedesiceTb
Th Tbe rumor rymor 91 the fall of Port Penprobably jrfjaqi jrfjaqiprobably 4 4probably
probably cornea from from th the fMiMdi 1111 1111Daln1 ult OA OADalny oiDalny
Dalny DalnyJAPS Daln1UPS DalnyJ4P8
UPS ATTACK Al7t K VLADIVOSTOK VLADIVOSTOKFleet YLIIDV05rFleet X XFleet
Fleet Piers Plr on the FofU Frt Forts MuaUUi TacyXH TacyXHDoata TrMIfloat
float 00 Steal Out In InII Fog FogSpecial Woea
Special II a cni c Dutatch to 4 npf ftD ftDTo So SoToKip 1toJt 1toJtTo
ToKip To o May M 1 14K to reportod fre freBoMbp IroSaaobc from fromBanobo
BoMbp that early in q May 11 Admiral AdmlrSJ AdmlrSJmUJa Kaml K1mura Kamlmura
mura atUoked Vladivostok Two T1foboats torpod torpodboats te j jboats
boats Issued from the harbor but nibwl nibwlbefore 4tr4dbefo rM1dbefore
before befo the Japanese quickfiring uu uuThe guoa guoaThe ssa ssaThe
The torpedo bdata b b ta bad coma maOI odraaoutUmdr odraaoutUmdrcover outUadr outUadriver uacI Ircover
cover iver of ofa a fog fo When the fog to olokrwllw olokrwllwtlie cilearect o3 sredavj sredavjthe Wb WbUle
the feet bombarded the fort forts which Wh1ola Wh1olaplied r4 r4pliod rdplied
plied without etfeot eot It to reported reponedBuaaian tk thtt thttRussian 1fto 1ftoRussian
Russian fleet to ilatlU still In VUdlrosUk Vlad1 Vlad1J4PS kub kubJAPS ba baJAPS
JAPS ATTACK ATT4CICPUIJANTIZW ATT4CICPUIJANTIZWDamage PVUANTIXK PVUANTIXKmmage PUIJ N jl lDmare
Damage > mmage the Railroad and F Eeee ee a aIIaIr1 RaBr RaBrTrain IrssS IrssSTri
Train Tri B BaSIC olt to DalnXj DalnXjSptdat DaI lYJ lYJspccW S SSpetoJ
Sptdat OetU O Dwotcn to Tea Snr SnrST SvwST SrwST
ST PBTBBSBtma May 14 tUDcler Under d d dof dtt dttof t4 t4f
of > f May 13 130en Gen Karkeviph Ka kevloh report repo that t prt prthursday onThuredar ott ottThursday
Thursday 1000 1 Japanese infantry Inl ntry and two twoluadrons hoquadroWl twosquadrons
squadrons quadroWl of cavalry attacked th theraU theraUway the eLi mtlray eLiway
way ay station at Putontiea and slightly slightlyimaged slightlydamaged ltChUTdam8ied
imaged the railroad A panongor passn er erfrom rtrgi rtrgifromDalnywuobhiged JnUi JnUirom
from fromDalnywuobhiged rom Dalny WM obliged to toretura toreturaThe return returnThe r rThe
The Japanese retired from rom Puktntttt Puktnttttt JuJaQ JuJaQat
at t midnight midnight The town Is UhuoJaaMfi UhuoJaaMfijlghtly ui U1ui1ntiS U1ui1ntiSnightly W Wnightly
nightly by the searchlights of the thevE68 Japan Japaniressels JspnSvessels
vessels vE68 ls In Adams Bay BayAnother Baynoth BayAnother
Another noth r detachment of Japaceta apan wai w we wilieon waieen
een e n on May IS In the tb nolghborhood nO noighborhdotulantk3n h of ofulantlon r rrulant1en
rulant1en ulantlon Gen Karkevich continue continueBands coDtbwBandaf contlEaaeiBand
Bands Bandaf of Chinee are bogiugag b bour toMta Lotcour c cur
our ur flying post stations Ita UODII bet be beand betwss a u444i u444iand uad < 41 41nd
and nd the Baceon high bl < h road IJiri ura uraof 14rg1 baMU baMUI bii4sof
of I Chuncbutea have boon be aeen eez near near neartatlon ne Die Dieitatlon e eithtlon
itatlon at Yantal YantalA Yn YnA
A despatch from Gen P4u P4ul P4ulAlexlofrs < A4eUr A4lAlexioffs l leziolTs
Alexlofrs eziolTs chief o of Btaff says Y t toolulUllaIJout ThioMMafa ThioMMafaolumn Th4 Th4ooluninabout
oolulUllaIJout olumn about a dIVISIOn atropg I Itn U m o ojg iss isslog
tn log jg on Sluyen along the Tayanho T TyubpIt nb nbIt BJi BJit
It t 1 s reported d that oonaideraVle oonakterb1ef 1ef > foroM r Matretoboo ross rossstretched a re retretohed
stretched northward of Takushan TakushanTlvo TalrualiarfTIle Takuahanme
TIle Coreon are destroying the tetoj tetojTaphs teleJcraphs tel telgraphs
graphs between Eengchen and Bonphgln Bonphglnlie Slmo SonchgiflThe 1aIn 1aInThe
The lie Japanese have blown up the railway railwayIvo rallwsyfive
five Ivo vents from Pul antlen antlenOPBlfllNQ lID antlenvraiazra Uen UentrPB1AUQ
OPBlfllNQ or qBUXCUDSU qBUXCUDSUA murcuusxsA
A rising of the Chunchuses e again tM tMliusiana tlMRWIIIlana tb tbRussians
liusiana and all Christians is Imminent Imminentt
at t DanadztoUJ tal fortytwo vercta from fromJouanchcnla lrorQKouanchenle fromHounnohenle
Jouanchcnla JouanchcnlaA r rA
A despatch from Llaoyang Llaoan ayalOO ayalOOChunohU8M says y MO MOIhunohuses O OChunohusee
Ihunohuses descended the hill on Friday Fridaynd Jrtck7and Trldmyand
and nd attacked 100 Russian frontier guard guardear guJn guardnear
n ear Yantal station between btT Ltooyaag Ltooyaagnd LIao LIaoand
and nd Mukden The Russians Ruee1ant word eNl eNlforoeci refQ refQbrood rqforoeti
brood foroeci and the brigand were routed They Theytad NYhad Thesbad
tad MToaty venty ent BW meta killed and wouetted wouad d and andIzteea aDdaldeea sadsixteen
sixteen priaonera nl wer wet taken tUelin
n Bu aiaM lUlered I

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