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I 1I i4 I THE UN w iD1ESDA tDN SDAY dV JUN18S 1 1904 1 j S S < 1
l jtlvtM IYbatt tt batt terod enxt onth on the thdoor door and Irter after afterIgboddeal utterI a asooddM
I c Igboddeal ood dnM or pounding poundl poiindhgim one of ofth the pane panefflnally panels panelsf1nally panellnalty
fflnally f1nally gave ga gay ye way wa Other panels we wef were werei weNrnahod
i f Hmashod looso 1oo and finally the four dete deteI detoo detooIhcs deter
r I lives lI a got DUfllclenl lIu lclent purohnao to pry tr trit the theI tli tliL
L it fjwholo I lwhoIo holo door open o n by b a joint effort effortI
t I I Two lwollwlfllr viwlngs wks of the iron l liar r knooksd all allPhcRIamrt i itIien a aStloor
PhcRIamrt tIien mt or thu upper haIr ot the Inner Innerjdoor inn innjiloor
jdoor Stloor und then tho ohnln on the inside w wj Was WasHorn wHorn
Horn 01T fr IIlId 100 tb lock WM IjnWlhtd No NoIono I II
j one WM to l he > e seen on the ground flo flovljonthp 1Ioor 1IoorIIJcn ficxtp
I Iono vljonthp IIJcn tp I detectIves det ihe lighted IIgblocllho tho gas gasRATO gastATO gasgXrocDRNrs
I kaftstooci i1 jjl o1 at thn second floor flootnppareptly landln landlnf landillg landillgIIrPareptly
f j apparently blocking tho war Ho w wfully was wasfl1Jty wrtiny
II fully drwwwwl dl ld < und when hell Fogarty got to t tI the thehl1lt thtd4ttho
I jhqaijof htd4ttho hl1lt r tho slnlm I IIH Kttto headed him off offf 011Whilt
f I J What do you ou wnnt wsintV liked Kato Katovj cooll coollT coolly coollyr
vj T J lTiavb t 1 ve a warrant for tbo arrant of Mi MiJKIIas Mrs MrsI MiJFIIas
I JKIIas jEII nnld Iet tho dptootive I am a poll pollj police policeI
1 j j vofilcer ionlcer nnd the tl men with me aro officer officerL otftcefllCL oftkeI
CL < L I rim going to servo this warrant on Mr MrlElUu Mrs MrsIFJ Mrr
r lElUu lElUuKnto ILjLa1t IM IMKlllo
t r IFJ J Knto mado no noal1lwpr answer Fogarty FogarWIf watch watchfor watbed watbedIfor
for Ifor n wcond and wild wildJ alclVhere
If l J Where iH in I Mm MnIEIIIIl MnIEIIIIlSoc MnSiw Ellas EllasShe
She IB In that room oor said Kato Kat polntin polntinilo
1 ilo 10 the iIi front room On guard at the doe doeof door doorLor docnf
Lor of this Ihl room was another Jap who stoo stoojmoJlonleKs slood sloodand etoonQt1oflleMs
jmoJlonleKs nQt1oflleMs and evidently awaited MORI MORIislgnat tOnle tOnlelltMr oni onir4
r4 islgnat ith from Kato Katot
j t I f Fj ni the room Kato md I 1 poInted poindIslif J Jtl to toItho
I tl Itho Islif ho cries crl or tlio ti baby roue and Belled swelletinrijruj BelledIA ewelleIA
IA hlio wman tho chlld nUrse nursa nursaiii1giIownstiin came cameEI1
inrijruj iii1giIownstiin IdOW downstair nllt lfII She was wa crying toe toefojarty tooj tocVoXiirty
j EI1 VoXiirty fojarty o ltrt having had his say pushed pas pasjKsto1 past psKabKat 1 1M
jKsto1 KabKat M KAto Burned umed and looked at th thjlaji Ihe thI 1 1I
I I 1 jlaji fap PI stationed Ia tlo nld at the door to Mrs Elmst Elms EllasfooW ElIIl8ooml
fooW fooWI ooml oomlI
t t I ThiAigiFarcl Jhili ard had hlUidrt dressed lKd In a hurry an anhadnthad and andi ant
t i hadnthad dii t bad time to put on all his cloth01 cloth01lh0rJap co01esbrfla clotheii
i I phtJAp lh0rJap > caught a tugn in Katos eye anaside an antapped and andf
f tapped ppod aside Fogarty opened the doo doofind door doorI cloond
t find nd walked in inf inMRS
I J I l Mrs Ellas was sitting itUc on the th edge of ofbed ofbed a aIi
Ii bed ed She 61voapIainwrapper 61voapIainwrapperSho wore a plain wrapper wrapperKho wrapperShe
< She was 4 lfpossessed and seemingl seeminglhad aeemIngI mingl minglPoi
I Poi had prepared pre preperedhersolf herself What do doyou you want wantshe wantMe wantiha
she asked Fbgftrty 1 rty He H was the onl onlfcktectlv onltectlVf oniktect1ye
fcktectlv tectlVf who wont into the room rOO l Fogart Fogartexplained FoprtIi
Ii explained that he had a warrant that Ihatcal1ed Ihatcal1ed0rberalTtst calle callefor cafleifor
I for 0rberalTtst her arrest ijzesti
1 TMAL1 All right ht aho shosaid said Im not goln2o goln golnio golno
o 2o o makea rneks fuss I havent donoanythlni donoanythlniwrong doneuythlni
wrong ro and I 1 will go with you youdot youL yout
1 i t dot dressed then said FogartjbrusqUly Fogartj Foprtrusqlll
2 L brusqUly brusqUlyAll rusqtefr rusqtefrI rusqlll ly lyI
I All iright she said without reeent resentjment reeentmrnt reeent1rnent
jment jmentBut 1rnentt mrnt mrntBu
t But Bu yovi 1u must mustremember remember I am at lII5Iok lII5IokIwoman aiaioiit sic sicwoman
Iwoman woman and a I will take my time I gu guherf guea gueahere gtIC18fhelft
t fhelft here is JK v need II tor any great hurry hurry4ni hurryeta I I6m
eta under unde arrest aret now nO I suppose supp and 1 han hangot ha haia havS
the btat of It Itt ItT ILThe
S got ia kotto to make makethe te llt
me oakfed Fogarty if he wonk wonkmind wouknkid
t The negreaa ne Fogay i woul woulnd
T negr8
mind nd leaving the room while whle she dressed dressedFogarty dr dreesdFogarty
0 Fogarty fogu Ivng went 1ent out and md shut Ihu the door dor Ii Iia I Txi
i a i minute minut Mrs Mn Elias Ela called cle for Kato KatoI Klo KatoS
she said saidiThe
S I t Get me a carriage le lad
1 4 J iThe eThe Ot four to detectives detcves cage waited Wat in the te hall hallWfUithe h haltW1ththe
1 WfUithe Xe exception i if f the te detectives dettt detecttveonjy th thonly the theonlyucltd
Wfh te
only onlyucltd excited cplon porson pUJn I in n the house hou seemed seemedto eme
1 to loohe be the baby bat > which whch wh h was WI in i Mrs Mr Ellasi EllasibedfJt EUI EUIbd1 Elluir
bedfJt never load oeaeed crying cryingCurioun cryingCuioug
r bd1 yg ygCunous
Curioun men and d women woen Bwarmed lac over oveit overt overtliegoopaoftheEliahOuseandthehouse1
t tliegoopaoftheEliahOuseandthehouse1 tliegoopaoftheEliahOuseandthehouse1fs he irtoopn of the beEW Eliai house be and ad the th housei houseindjofnliig hU
fs t J ndjofnliig ndJomlg ndjof QoP ng KatO KotO made mae a dash dh through th the theerowdan th thcr1ifa thcw4awaa
1 erowdan cr1ifa cw4awaa < IwB w riMognized rt at once onoeHljlo on
Hljlo 1 l1o Kato Kto they the p chorused arM joyously joyouslyHo JOYlly JOYllyaodo Joyouayi
i Ho aodo to < io you feel fel rtowT rlw tcw This Til U i pretty prety tougl touglfor tuh tuhC tougitojpiiIsnUit
< for tojpiiIsnUit tojpiiIsnUitK TI isnt it itK4iD it
C K4iD K paid no attettion attertt4onjbut ttonobut but hurried hun downI down downlhoeetfa d
lhoeetfa tho eet pd I In search vf f a carriage carriagelnfewiatantea ce cet
5 I lnfewiatantea In jew1tteR feJ Iteteotrre 1t Fogarty Fogartyaltuth Pp Fogazty1Ot a aan
an 1Ot t i altuth oame Cl out 0 of o the te tec hi hia1k house houserbkd
be crowd and had hadtaUfSttk
rbkd a1k tlar6igh djbe c a b ac a ala
c taUfSttk la taUC Asmktoit t JWatrict atriot atriotJ4ordMX AUorner AUornerturbul At Atn
J4ordMX n nIe 1d pto durtng l an th the theturkulencsiiSfl
turbul turkulencsiiSfl > no8bav4 Uen sAoading with mt the thebsjckvto th their theirk1cis
ule I
k1cis bsjckvto tr t to the t Central C Park Pa wall wallIiFogarty w vailFogaztv
1F IiFogarty Fogaztv g explained ez that tt M Mrs Ella E wanted wantedto t
to rido Jn Aoarriage to PoHoe Po Headqaartwa HeadqaartwaMr Beq
p Mr rcolnaolpt Lord said d there tee wu no objection objeon so solong soin sokngasahopIIdfortherldendathost
long in kngasahopIIdfortherldendathost kngasahopIIdfortherldendathost41e Lrd as 8 sho paid pd for to the te ride rid and at least leastTBUUrBNXD lt lto
o 41e dettlWet detcttvewent an ant along alongS
5 The priaonwwM w brcught broutu broughtout ut of the t noua nouaby hU house houseby
by i Te the dmeetivss dM d etiToi at 13540 1 oclock oc this th morn mornEto morp morplar mo
a t
lar Kato had hired hl a victoria vcr The Thetre Thetecttye
i tecttye K tre wid h id that tht an a open opentd on e rriaie rriaiewiouid
del wiouid d are ridordered b him t to ce get ao tolosed tolosedthreatened
Mtfortc td their theired I
i threatened e ed t at one OD ne time Ue to mak makhe me meu ntaethe
HitM HitMe hurrld hurrldI the he pftoofee pr4oMt walk unless u c matters m could cud cot d b bIWben be behurrld
I IWben the woman o flnaUrappeejed fT na1l a ap at th thort te tef the ther
r dioiseooid f U ort l by Fogariy Jop ConneUy CeJ said saidsT an anth
sT th the crowd b in the au U ut et was W1mfeDM W1mfeDMUo immense UnmertMFpouee immenseThe
The Fpouee police o Uo cw had hdolea cleared i t the te a ateps Ujps and ad ope opealan opened openedS I
tip > alan lane across the te side sldeh stdewaL walk Carria Carriaprisoner Qarrlagau QarrlagauS
S I r
S itiboTnegothg h tetrl theatregoere hat had stopped stoppediW
iW tht o was a roW row moc me t than a bl block blocki
t seoh aide 01 the hoe hoeI I
i l g os ad o t hu
I TM a prisoner as she came c down dow I Immm the theI
I mmm appeared p to be pretty feeble feb tatch tatchdy t taking takingTynneetepatatlme t
pS t b
M Mld
dy Tynneetepatatlme one step at a time t She ttheIeaiontI ttheIeaiontIee e Is I about aboutMet t
Met t ee tall and ld lt rather rte stooMly stDy built builtib bt btalt builtvaaitgt
vaaitgt l1t I 1rit at te the he heO house housecrowd
ib crowd alt bad I a good a o look I at a her herTbeo h herThee
Thee who h ho O 11 sLy aw her hr saId that she ae was w essen essentiaXy f ass n
1 tiaXy a neaias nezrasthere there ter was w no mlrtakl mlrtaklto mll mllta
I i that fler hair black said kinky and she sheydseL
I h I b a kIn ae ael
ta to T ydseL dark 8r 8h She wore woi a gray y skirt akirtwhite a ahit
5 l white shirt waist a fre esi n f ur4nhand fel Uf Ufa t tMa
a hit black bl Bll hat b with Wi at white h flowers 10we oweri on it and andblacJt a ab sb3ac
b3ac blacJt sflk ooat ocatWhoo t tt
b Whoo I e crilags a WM w gone ous I the t crow crowattdirA cWd crowd crowdseo
t Rsduartero RsduarteroS
seo speSd 8 She got t t to
attdirA aUJa M and warn sent t to t Mercer Me street stressiJMloai stt sttt streetS
S S siJMloai for or the t night nightTBQVaXC Dht Dhti nightU
1 Th n detective Mid that tt the t furnltun furnltunaad fUt furJreas
dlM Md
aad other thing thk in i the t house b were all packed packeduiTaad packeduP
al o each Werunpe the value Tahwwarn valuei
t uP uiTaad ss that on paokage t
i i S warn wi a marked tt o Kato Kt e said aa that tt the te woman womanhad womenI
I had wrrke not expected to t be b arrested a1 and that thathsr tt thatbee I Ilwr
bee h lawyer eXJt had told tld her h she wouldnt ldt be beat beat
at U thatte lwr > al kt hour b W When Then the t tb battering bta on onthe onS
S aUat the door do began Uwr t thought tgh it I was the thewwk tt thewas
t was wwk of o a b mob and al were we too t frightened frightenedtoopen fr fiightenedtoop
i toopen toopenCKaMB 1 toop toopctoi op
I CKaMB < U BZTOVTIXa IrTO I7MO 71 7500 UAST L IIOMTK IIOMTKWritten MO oii oiiWrUtse
Written across uO the te back be of o Magistrate MagistrateOmmetts MgMtiathanena t
n Ommetts Wr a warrant watwu was oTl This ThI b I to t be b served servedCon
7 Con t Inlght ht The warrant Wart chasgos Mrs M KUasj KUasjwib 1l 1lLlh
wib Llh the he t e extortion strlion of 17600 16 7500 c This Ti U i part partotthMl86W partorthe
otthMl86W orthe tb the 1L5D l5 which le Mr Platt PU in his h d pr civil civilsuit ovl clviisitt
suit o 11t saysthat says Y that at the negreas n got Io from fm him himincMajrJasjt bl himI5c
incMajrJasjt I5c 1153 Jw Iast The be warrant Wt was 1 issued issuedunder le Izjdunder
under 1a1 Sections W U and ad fiU of the te Penal Pseside PenalCade
lndeI Cade de BtOD The first lt named ne section cUon U deals d with withe wth wthllon withet
J et Qa llon by for force e or fear 1MI and ad the Oeother Oeotheri other otheri otherthcud
Ji Ji i i thcud M thrt thrants t t i expose espo a secret r affect affeotstho aet aetj affectithn
i j r I ithn b stho the complainant omplnat or o any ay relative raUve of ofa ofOTBEATBNKD off ofI
f a >
I f W Mi I6rd I rd explained eplalnP that section 8 ifts 1 bad badIjferi haiI
I Ijferi I Iirn taken Wfn in an I a result rft of an a allegation allegationmade aatl allegationmade
made to 1 tothe Uie te Dwtriot D DlsfflotAltorneyanallegauon DlsfflotAltorneyanallegauont totAUomelualeUoD totAUomelualeUoDI Attorney an allegation allegationftbt
I lnf t ftbt bt included Incude in UIH t complaint omplit in the te civil civilsalt olvl civiltUIt
I I salt Iot tt Mr Platt Platteald said that recently rnU thn t thenc negroes negroesf negr negrf rs rsimfloned
imfloned mmonPhlm him to thf the hOe 8etri srveral srveralI
f I f told him that he wiw 1 about abt to bo b lmN lmNI made madentiof madet
t ntdedt nthendant ntiof endant in i a civil cvi null suitnot suitnot not by Mr Platt Plattnhtf Ptt Pisued
S nhtf d that tt unless unle1 he Hupplled Muppll her with wit larce larcenarna Jar Jarms
narna I ms Ttf 1 f money mony to hire hir lawyers lawyer and ad stave staveIT atvt atavec
c thfl the suit It abe he would b be rmntUed eomnefle to toCO o oIn
CO In the y witness tnl tand lnd and idllo diecloee I Is IsI
1et 1etLI
I t n
t IT LI A btO bVusUKh Itet4 u of Iheje I hem hO tlireate iLire Mr r
5 S nMCibViate IHo1 I tOldhe Dt Dfatrict Attorney Attory tlt that thsmonryhe M MMm t tr tI 1
I 01 n m81 omof th montyhe monryhe IYlh iuys he gavi gaviu
Mm u riATTB lUT1 s HAaitiltheftftfruocn uizt MEiionr MEiionrIn MEMOlr MEMOlri
In i tiltheftftfruocn n th t 1 afternoon afrn Dintrlot D Diatrictnid tr Attorney AU Jcrnm Jcrnmnld
Hld nld that tb he thought It < wiTKiTteS wiTKiTteSnmory was or ab ebo eboS eI
S I em omo aon ndIon was I nl aknn Mr u Plre pi piS 8 I Imrj
S nmory mrj he h MaId W was W Airy w ry Y ha hu hazy y on some so I ItfL
this tran IranmdIOI trsneactIor n < tloiw with Mrs MI EUas Eli0 Ir IrH
t Ml H b i ow o on thing thlll Mr Jr Jerome Jfm Jron said to 10hlng
5 HI 11 a IOPR lOl Mory in a civil civl suit ult It I Isanotner i is N nn an4her an4herJ r
W hlng iIn to rea Ilr 10 ° IOItIvC ° fcWve fac fas a ro 0 0nn ttere tteret
J J r rMr
t nn 10 no S mmlnll cr4iiilnsi proodur
Mr PI rlt lt and hi de pOUr
eouriI toull Mr Ir Warren Wamnnt Wa WarrenMr
qc J t trtrnu ly to a ant nnE
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t It
Mr 11 Pkt end nt Mr Warrens Warnl tntnwtii tntnwtiiV Inl1 ntirratsrIn
1 n cU rr t tS 1M
r rIn I MI 1 Iy rl o1 o1r > r 1M fl n
r V M Wlln Vsrr riyn n wints ll 14r gt t bock b k Mr Mri Ir Iri
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PlaUs Plta money mon Tho people pople want to t kim knowho know knowwh kimwho
who wh If anybody anb1 Is II guilty guiy in this thl case caseDBTEOCTK c caseDayncrivs
Detective Delete Sergeant Srgeant Fogarly after atr I Ihad he hehad Ihad
had seen fen Mm Mn EUas safely 8ael11ol locked In a ftat aat cl
at the Mercer Morr street strt elation atUon told tld reports reportslust reporteiJust
lust what went on when he entered c nti tl tlhoutte the the10UN UJaoute
houtte houtteAt JaouteAt 10UN Ul I
OAt At llu UII head of the stairs llr we vei wer weimet veimet
met met by Kato Kt and another anothe Japanese Japnese sr srIant se sevanL ei eivont
vont They asked what we wanted want an anwe and ande anwe
we Iant e told them the le that tht we had hd a warrant warnt for th tharrest tho thoart Uarrest
arrest art of Mrs Ellas EllasJust EUI EllasJust
Just Jut then thn the th iierreB ne riegress came cam out ou of tr trl thl Ubathroom
l hath bathroom th room rom 81ie S1iewaadreaerdlnalong was dressed dr < in o alorglO long loom loomMrs oo ooflowing
fowing flowing white rob robe I IIlkt asked her If so she wi wiMrH a
Mrs r Ellen EII and nd she h replied rple that tht she h wa waI waI a
I told tol her hr I had ha a warrant wNat for her he aries arresand ariesand rt rtand
and she Bald Ild ° Ill Il bo b obliged obUllf if you yOI wl wlroad wuJ wuJra wiread
road tho th warrant warant to rain I did o oNow 0Now oNow
ra Now gentlemen gntlpltm she Ih9 said ld you 01 wl wlexcuse wi wieacues
excuse me while whie I draa draaAn dre dreAK drasAs
eJo An shn ho went wet Into Ilo her room rom Flannel Flanneland Flnllely Flnllelyad Fiannelland
and ad I followed folowed and d examined examll the room roomI rom romI
I asked her If there ther was WA any way by which whicshe which8he wideshe
she IBkt could culd escape and she he turned tured shooour shoo Hhookor sliooour
our hands hads eap and said saidIll s ealdItll d
or Ill Il give you my m word of honor that thatwill thatwill I Iwi
will wi make gv no attempt attmpt to torun run away j
1 asked Mke her if I it were wer true lre that that f ili > lm n nher or orhr i iher
her hr servant rat were wer armed with wit revolver revolveraa rvolven
aa had ha been bn reported rporled ane and sho said tha thathere thlt thltther thuthere
there ther wasnt wtnt a revolver rvoler in the house houseOn hol houseOn
On the te way downtown dowlow In tho rarriag rarriagshe earriagshe
she ah referred rtered to t her case cAe several veral lmC tmei t men rnrraj hu hunot hut luinot
not once did sho Iho mention menton Plaits PlutR name nameOne nar iiainOne
One thing she shf ah did state Itat positively pOlltvely end the thnwas Ihlt thewas I
was wal that she lh had never reprewntrd rprlenlfd hem htrIIU htrIIUt hcrslto > l lto
to t be other than thal a aS negrrhp negrrhpLook F FLk
S Look Lk at at me she tIH said Would you 01 o oany or oany i ianyone
any anyone one else ol ever take Ilke me for a A white whll womai womaior wOlan wOlanor
or a Spaniard Spania I have he been bn reporter rprlll ti tihave to tohave t thave
have worn wor a wig wg and fixed fxtl myself mYIJ up to lool loollike 100lke molike
like lke a white whit woman woma That is II untrue untrueCARDINAL unlr unlrlDI untrueC4EWINAL
I IGoq
A Great Catherine Gathrrlnl of Priests and La 1nllll Ianici IaniciGoing > niti nitiGoing
Going Goq to Welcome dcome Him HimCardinal 11m himCardinal I
Cardinal Satolli Satol In expected epce to nrivtoday nrrlvi nrrlvitoday arl In Intoday
today from Rome on the steamship lemship Prinzes PrinzesIrene lrinzC PrinzesIrene
Irene 1 rne Archbishop A Farley FarloyAudllaryltisho FarloyAudllaryltishoCuseok Auxiliary A Ul r Hisho HishoCiiMok I111hop I111hopCUo
CiiMok CUo Mgr Mooney MOOey and nd Mgr Igr Iavoll Iavolland 11lf 11lfand Iavelland
and many may pattern Pltl of city churchesand churches and prom prrnntonal promtaent prOI
tonal Iet laymen laye will Wi go down tim th bay In thi thisteamer Ihe Iheteamer tliisteamer
steamer Sea Oull Gul to welcome tho Cardiim Cardiimhaok Cadllll Cadllllba Caichiriabank
bank ba to America Aerc The Te boat bot will wi atari ttart frorithe from fronthe I
the foot lot of Weat Fiftieth FLteth street tlot an a hour houiafter hourate howafter
after ate the tt Prlnrew PlnzC Irene Irne has 1 been bl slghtin slghtinoff HIRhtlof sightecoft5
off of Fire Fie Island Isldandfor Islandndfor and for convenience oonvnlEno of bus busIneafl bUf hueloses
loses In men m will call cl at the Battery Bler half hal athour at aabour arhour
hour later laterBesides latr latrBld8 laterBeeldee wl
Besides Bld8 all 1 the clergymen ymen the newly newljelected ne1ly ne1lyelele newlyelected
elected elele officers ofo of Urn theCatholicCiub cer Catholic Ctolo < Club Clublln truntw truntwof tnisteof te
of Ure Cthr Cathedral ad and mebr membere ot tn tie bo board boardof
of o managers te of the te Roman Rom Catholic C lole oruha oruhaasylums orh orphaii orphaiisylums
asylums Aylum on mae board boardJohn boardJohn and ad Catholic Ctolc Protectory Protetor will wi b bon b bon
John Joh bor D Crlmmlns Crlmmlnl who has charge of th tharrangements Iho IhoeTtemett tharrangements
arrangements told a SUN reporter rfpmr lost night nighthat nighttht nightthat
eTtemett that tht the te reception rption committee committ will i entertain entertaiithe enterla enterlat entertainthe
the t Cardinal on o board brd the te Sea Se Gull Gul and wilcruise will wi willcruise
cruise ce Ca up u up the East E8t River RIer to show ho him thEnow th thThe thE Ibelew
lew now bridges bridgesThe
The Te brdgO Cardinal Carinal said laid Mr Crimmino Cmmln in indeeply i ideplr isdeeply
deeply attached attb to America Amerca and all tl things thingsAmen tln tlnAec thingsAjnerioan
Amen Aec Ajnerioan can Our Or progress Prolr in ever a xource lurce of ofwonder orwodr otwonder
wodr wonder to t him hi I i I wan WI surprised lurpr lout lat winter winterin
in Borne Bore to find fnd him alive 111e to the doings doingsover doingsover doingsover
over here hfr and many may a pleasant ph > alantlhat chat I had hadwith hadwith hadwith
with him about the places Dlac we w visited vlit in n this thiscity Ihl thiscIty
cty city You would be surprised surred to know knowhow kow kowhow knowbow
how familiar famiir Cardinal Carinal Satolli Satol is with wih our ourcity ourcly ourcity
city I hope the day is tine fno and we will willthen wi willthen
cly then give bop him a reception recepton he will I never nevlr for forget foriet forget ¬
get ietI getIn getT I In T eie speaking ing with an a eminent em Ilnt ecclesiastic ecclesiasticIng t18iptc t18iptcr ecciesianticregarding
r regarding Ing Satollis 8atl8 mission mlslon to America merlc the thely thercjiz IheJl
rcjiz ly came camemission cameHis
cm cmHi
Jl Hi His mission mMlon is simply pleasure p1eMr He Hei Hoh liehas
h has i been b trying tring to t come cme back b for a visit visiter visiteveraince Islt Isltler
ler everaince er since e be h left let us U but the late lat Leo L XIII XIIIould XII Xliiwould
would ould never neve grant Brt his hl request uct by breaking breakingever braig braigt brealcingthe
t the tditon tradition by which the cural canal Cardinal Cardinalneer Cardinalnever
ever sleeps outside outlde of Rome RomePlus RomePlu RomePlus
Plus Plu slep X who Is more democratic dfortc has hasranted haAgrted hasgranted
grted granted ranted Satoi Satolli his hi wish Wlh Cardinal Caial Satolli Satollias 8alol Satollibaa
1 baa as the t distinction ditotO of o being beln the te first flt curial curialordinal curialCu curiallrdinai
Cu ordinal who has h left let Rome Rme to visit vlli another anothercapacity aoter aoterot anotherDolintry
ot Dolintry i in ay any capacity cpciy save sve as an official officialthe ofca officialDf
Df the th Pontiff PontiffOne PonW PontiffOne
o One O of the te pleasure p1r functions functos which whichSatolli 1hloh 1hlohC whichsxdInsi
C sxdInsi c Satolli St1 will mu aLd attend la I the Oe marriageii marriage marriageMiss ml
ii Miss Margaret Halt Maloney Maoe in I the latter latr part partUkis part partof
C of this Ui mont month A reception rpllon will wi be b given giveny givenby givenby
by y Archbishop Ahbihop Farley Faley In the Cardinals Cardinalsicnor Cardinals Cardinalsboner
hOor boner icnor on OFr Friday evening eveningOBJECT evel evelBc eveningOMZCT
e0e lOOO0OO te t Princeton Mta Imly Seminar Too TooMach To TooMacb
Mach Ma Say Sy llclaUvr JidaUsraSeveral llclaUvrSeveral JUn JUnSva
Several Sva relatives rliv of Mrs Ma Mary Mry J Win Winhrop Wlnth WinhroD
th hrop who wh died de on Aug 11 1 1KB 11 at a the theuden th thelsrden
GD uden City Hotel Hol hare entered enr objection objectionthe objloQ
0 > the t accounts IW of the th executors esor in an effort efforto etor
to o defeat defea the th clause c1u of her will by which whichbe whc whichihe
be made mad the Theological Seminary Sminy of ofrinoaton ofPn ofMuceton
a m Thlgc
Pn rinoaton her b residuary rldu legatee lep The Thegoy T TheStacy
goy will amount aut to 11016 2115016 according accordingo anUnc anUncto
Jp to o the executors eo 1 who are a the th Rev R George Georgeflxon Gorj Georgeitzon
Non flxon t pastor of the th Tremont Tmont Presbyterian Presbyterianaiuroh Pber Presbyterianimmh u uCuh
Cuh aiuroh immh po and Wlnthrop Wihp McKim cKm of Tuxedo TuxedoThe Tudoobjel TuxedoTb
The Tb objecting objel relative rliV are ar Mary M GFloyd GFloydn GFloydt
n inmate t of the tb Utica Ulo State Sa Hospitaltaime Hospital Hospitallames HOplta
Ja lames R Floyd Flc William Wi Floyd Sarah Saah F Fer FTr FLurner
Tr Lurner er Elizabeth Eih F Sicard Scr and others othersivugh othn othersrhroujb
rhroujb ivugh their thir counsel cull Turner Turer RoUton RoUtonBoran R flolstont ton tonHo
t Boran Ho they thy maintain mnta that th the th legacy legacyi legay legayt
t o i the t seminary is I illegal ilga first f because becauxeting bU becauseelng
ting an a Incorporated irr r body by it i has h no n power poweri
bi to 0 i receive rie such al a bequest b and ad secondly secondlycauso londly londlyba secondlyeoauso per perto
ba causo the th semlna semlname senulnry m h baa aay aireasly b be beome
om ome me the th holder hor of re rerty ra real a and personal prop properJ proprt7
rty up u to t the th limit lt of its Is pfn charter cher The Thow To ToI TheLw
erJ I Lw w againet trusts t 1 in perpetuity is also a In Iniked Inyk Inrokdaglnst
yk rokdaglnst iked a agamst the th legacy legacyWhen la legacyWhen puy
When Wn a Mrs li Winthrop Winhp died die she was M 88 88ars 8 asrears
rears ars old and a had h been bn for fo yeans a mem memr mm mmbr
ya br r of the t First Fr Presbyterian Pbyr yrs Church Curh ofhis of ofhis ofthi
his city She resided at 35 West We Twen Twenieth Twent Twenh
thi cty S r a 3
t ieth h street and had b no D relatives rll nearer nearerhan Dar Darthn nearerban
thn han second Bond I an or third t cousins 010 She 8h had h in inwrited Inbrie inerLted
brie writed a fortune foru from her hr husband hUbad Henry HenryR HenryEt
R Et 1 Wlnthrop Wlh She S divided divde about abut 82000 sooounong 82000jnong 20
anl jnong pernini entinary her hr y cousins culn and a gave gv the th rest rt to the thoentinary Iheem thepernini
em for Jo some 8m time tm after atr her hr death dea h it i was wa be beleved b beleved
l leved that th the th residuary Jldu estate e would wouldmount woul wouldimount
mount to k Ices than th So 500000 but when the thaneant lheeoO thexectitore
eoO au xectitore c came to tot foot up Mr Mrs Wlnthropl Winthrops Winthropsold1ngs
hold old1ngs ot Ib Mocka a and bnds bonds thy they fOnd fOndth found foundhat
th hat sl she was a wh worth ovr over 120 220oooo Ti This Thisneant
mat neant an increase IncM for the seminary lmlnar of oflJ
11 lJ 1 lOOtO 0000 O over ovr the th original orllnl expectations expectationsThe
The M discovery dlrry of the o largeness lgne expl of the thestate th thestate
e state also operated to wake ke up the th second secondnd 80nd 80ndand secondaid
and nd third thi cousins Oli0 op who wh am a no 10ngr longer satin satisled eiA eiAwh satinid
led with wh the th tajOW 1 that tha has already alay been beenlivided bn bnc beenLividod
livided among themurrogste them themterday
tm tmBurp
c urrogste aooj Ftqrk Fitzgerald reserved n decion decionytry decision decisionesterday
ytry esterday Burp terday on the th objections objectionsIKST objcio objcioRS objectionsInST
SO < Out Gt ef r IM4 1U Detained Dethl4wae Dethl4waet DetaInedAverage AveraKc ef efthe atthe
the t Batch Bt Very rcy y Law LawThe Iw IwTe LawThe
The Te Red R Star Str liner lner Kroonland Kroonla < brought broughti brot broughtyesterday ght ghtin
in i yesterday eteray morning morig from Antwerp this thisrat thnrst Ihefrt
frt rat contingent cntngent of Immigrants Immlgrantt who paid paidlie paidte paidtie
te lie reduced rate of 110 10 for passage pae In the theteerage theItelrale theteerage
Itelrale teerage ru There Te were wer ISM 13 of them tem and ands anda
a s a whole whol they tey wure m not as l prosperous prosperousjoking pr0croU prosperousrnking
joking as the te Immigrants Immigrnts who got hero heroefore h heroefore ro robor
bor efore the rate rte cutting cutin began beganThe banTIM beganTb
The Tb Inspection wan rigid and out of the thet thelot theit
lot it t 8O SO were detained It is susp IIlJIIJ suspected r rntagioun fCttd > < > cted that thatL thatmay
100 ma may L be public charges 20 have minor minoroontlUloUfi minorontaglous
ntagioun diseoscH or are partly crippled crippledid crippledand
and nil id the rest are held for more extended extendedsmlnation txlondcdesamlnatloll cxtnndedramlnathon
esamlnatlollTtJa smlnation ramlnathonThia smlnationTha
Tha aVer < fI worldly poawmioris p io s of those thowho IhOft1Iho thoseho >
Iho ho were permitted to 101nd land was 88 Above thin thoual Iho1IIIUal thinuiial
1IIIUal ual and that of those detained < WAR 111 l 1low Ie Iew > e ew
low w the usual It looks as if tho reduced rnduoixites roouOlCITates reducediCes
Tates iCes were going to bring In many undrables und tndl tndlIlIrab1t11 noderabies >
rabies according to an Ellis Island offl offlal official ofUkill
cial al It in probable howirer that a largo largojroentoge InrtoperOtntaee largeorcentage
jroentoge of those detained d tainoo yestcnlav vtllllniavwm
wm Ill he deported deportedaval dtportldACadrt deportedNaval
Naval aval ACadrt Cadet Drowned DrawurdANK Dro1utdA DrownedANNAIoUR
ANNAIoUR ANK A NAJWII I > OUH Md Juno 7 ilIIu1 Samutl H Ualdwin HJdwln nBaldwil1
Baldwil1 Jdwln of New Haven Conn who had hadassed badpa hadeseed
pa assed ld his final examinations for admU admUlon admillIlon admisIon
Ilon lon to the Kaval aval Academy yesterday and andrould andWou1d andrould
rould have ha entered < the Institution reguitly regu reguirly
larly irly tomorrow wasdrownod was 811 drowned Uil thlll after nfterm nlternoon aftereon
noon eon < m at Tolehester r Beach where here he hi had hadone
< one on an excursion Th The body was wascOTnred wasIoovered IU IUtnd
cOTnred tnd Before coming to AnnaolisIOTTlflS Annapolis
ld1n a freshman In the Shemld 4heMeldVITTIS
Slentft School SchoolnTTIlfi
IOTTlflS AOOVT 4 nnTi TOirV TOirVT Tm oiF oiFha
ha erroInkIlAIw5flEdesmmItepi wstrr
Sr bi iti Allnnien wus In close thrIty deari
lrD t a p i j1 and uiit end II msk msktnsfad
tnsfad at il tir T eltrrInt c rrjln cncaled
Hear That Rim lnt Ford Has Wired for a Ne NeNet NeW NeWHft 1eNet
Net of CommaiMlnicnUHavins HrnithcIhe Hrnithc 8mashedIhe mish mishthe
Ihe Old Ones at Coir GolrJolltd Jollied by C CForne CFavors 1 1Fernet
Favors After a Day en the Hive fUrrIt RtVMIt HiveIt
It is not often that the big ballroom ballroomtho of ofIho < cthe
the WaldorfAstoria rings to the sharicowboy sharicowboy shari sbarpcowboy
cowboy yell of the Ih Weetern Weet rn plains Bu Buit But ButIt B BIt
it did last night The cheer of the > cow cowboy cosboy
boy 110 mingled with tho Atlantic coast hoors hoorsand hooray hoorayRnd hooraend
and the Ih triumphant shout of the ohlvalri cilvainSouth ohlvalriSouth Ivalrio IvalrioIoulh
South All this happened when the ladle ladlecame 1IIdll8ClIme ladiccame
came Into tho galleries overlooking th thbanquet thA thAhlnquct thbanquet
banquet of the Hotel Mens Mutual Bonef BonefAn Bonefttlfl BenetMi4oclatiojI
Mi4oclatiojI Mi4oclatiojIHotel An lfl oclntion oclntionHotel ocln tiou tiouHotel
Hotel men sit up night waiting for thel thellate Ihelr Ihelrlalo dm1late
late guests to come in and trying to thin thin1up thlnltup thintip
up spine new way ay of being good friend friendtogether friendaIORetbr friendtogether
together and raising a racket The Hotel HotiMens HotelMens HotsMens
Mens Mutual Benefit netfl Association la on ono OMo oncd
o cd them inventions inventionsOstensibly IncntlolOslenslbly InventionsOstensibly
Ostensibly it is a life insurance ln society societyBut IIOCletyHut societyBut
But beyond ltt > ond the payment of benefits it is a aoxcut aD aexeuie
oxcut < for the hotel men to go 0 to some othe othemanh othermlln othemans I
Is I going there thereMot thereMOleoer thereMoieovcr
mans mlln town 1o lllnd and see what on
the hole holeman hotelman hotsrunt
MOleoer Mot cover on these excursions
man takes his wife and ancthi hi his daughters daughtersn1on daughtersn1onwllh alon alonwith <
with any other pretty girls who are need needfor needed neededlor needfor
for his wifobi wiro > and his daughters company companyThin companyThis companyThis
This Is written ln < after I ler hearing critical judg judgment judgloen judgment
ment loen paused pat tlel on tho display of beauty in th thAhlorlu the thelItorla thAstoria
Astoria gallericH last night nightThero night1hlltJ nightrhit
Thero were 2M Hloek smllliig hotel olai mi miat meat > 1 1al
at dinner in tho ballroom lhe ladledined ladle ladlesioe la1ledined
dined togthor at tho other end of the Auto AutoOttllery ABtorGallery Astoailery
Gallery 200 ot of thorn Along about 1 2ocloelcyour 1oclock 11 11oclocltIour
oclock oclocltIour your hotel folks know kllo too much muulto muchto mud mudto
to eat In I a al hurry like most mo t of their foe foepatrons fool foolJlalroll fccPatrli
patrons J Jarnct amco Breslin the oldest llvlnj llvlnjhotel 1I1nghotd hlvLnjlintel
hotel ineuH tfatma 1a tnatnnster lmMter ter rose rOllellp up and bowed bowedTho bowedfho bowedThin
Thin bow he performed was not a day ovei oveitwentyulna overtwellllIln9 oveitweiitynlne
twentyulna years Iars old oldTho oldTho oldTim
Tho bund began to play pia When hen i ireached it itrcache ireaclieti
reached reachedshe
she hc Uolils IIvl 13 your our band and you OU told ben benthe beDthe hearthe
the moil vII the 1 floor roe e up waved their theirnapkins theirnnklns theIrnapkins
napkins anil cheeri each l oh after the mannw mannwof mannoror
of his corner of tills great and nd mighty na nalion nalion nation
lion Tho women folks streamed into intotho Intothe intethe
the boxeu and waved wan d their handkerchiefs handkerchiefsand
and Home of them joined the ever growing growingchorus growingcl10rllA growingchorus
chorus moat mOiltgracloU8ly graciously And then the thnmm 019mn theinca
mm below caughtup aught up the garlands from frontho fromIho frorrthe
the tablp fl and tossed them up to the bo boand baz bazand boxee boxeeand
and the fair ones leaned down and cough cau caughtat < ht htat I Iat
at them and it wa was one of the merriest merriestprettiest merrlNIprettl merriestprettiest
prettl prettiest t carnivals that this all too busy busyind bUBYand busyend
and materialistic town ever saw sawIt lIa sawIt w wIt
It wan all that President Wash 1 1laoqura L LJaoquPt LIaoqUPs
laoqura of the II Murray HIU Hotel Howl1 presi presiienl prellldtnt presiinL
ienl of the New York Hotel Mens Aasocia Aasociaion AMOCilion Assoclaion
lion ion could do to get order ord r again to Intro Introluce introduce introlucu
duce George GIOrgo W Sweeney of the Victoria Victorianresldent Vlcloriaprpsldent Victoriairesident
nresldent of tho benefit association associationMr
Mr Jacques and Mr Sweeney both told toldHJW toldhow toldnow
how now glad they were an hotel men to toheir Bee Beethplr seeheir
heir brethren in a real rPIIIlIve live town and i ihey said Mkithy saidhey
hey hoped hopt I it would be livelier than ever everor e everor I Ifor
for or the next two or three days while hUg the theesalonn theItIIlonil thecssions
esalonn of the a association continue continuePresident continuePn continuePresident
President Pn > idllIt Charles V Forces of the Alder Alderlen AI Aldernen r rmtn
mtn len followed He said he bad had a adinner good goodinner goodhonor
inner because lie had not expected to makeHpeech make akea
a I speech and nd that hfl would now make a aiod abad amd
bad iod speech because he had a good dinner dinnerIr dinnerMr
Mr Ir Form hoped hn Raid that New York Yorkrould Yorkould Yorkcould
could so express the welcome lcollle It felt for th thotel the thehotel theotel
otel men of c if f the land that each and every everyne eVtf1one everytoe
one ne of them would forever hereafter nay to toiin toh tolid
h lid departing Kuett guest Wherever you are areoitig aregoing areoiiig
going go to New York first firstExSenator flrstExinator firstEx4enator
ExSenator Charles A Towne fstarted r trtPd a aaugh alaugh aaughi
laugh by saying that though it Wall part partlcu partlcuIlIrly particuany leu leunrly
any appropriate te to make the silver anni anniersary anniersary errolemery
ersary of the Mutual Benefit Association Associationhe
the he occasion for golden speech he himself himselfound hlmsellfound himselfound
ound it rather hard to transmute his silver silverinto IUPrInto silvernto
into gold goldrogperous goldThe
The spectacle before me tonight said aldMr saiddr
Mr Townet Townetoil oil one ° os probably without Its itaequivalent Itsqulvalent
equivalent mthe in the World No more comely comeJyprosperous comelyrrosperous
prosperous looking body of men could be beathered lMIga01ered belathered
ga01ered lathered together than are you the repre repreentati reprellentatlveft reproentativee
llentatlveft entati ven of the hotela of the United States Statesne Stat48One
One ne might well believe that the establish establishnenta e establishnents tab1iahments
nenta you represent had chosen you as asaraplen IUIIIlmplew asamplee4
araplen of the fare and comfort which i iiven is isghn isiven
ghn iven to their guests RUostKHotel gUIfIIlHolel guestsMotel
Hotel men like to l be > e jollied It Is a game gamehey gamethey gamehey
hey know and they appreciate having han < it itilaypdon itplafro Itilayedon
plafro ilaypdon on them on their th r days off Julius Juliusit
M it 1 Mayer late Justice of Special Sessions Sessionsept Ht Mionakept Sessionsept
kept ept it going He H confided to the visiting visitingirethren visItingirethren islUnghn
hn irethren > thrln that ho was a criminal magistrate magistrateind mag tla tlaand
and in that capacity he had often had h d close closeelationu cl clrelatlonll closeolations
elationu with the local hotel mens organi organisation oreanlzatlon oganiation ¬
sation and often found them before Km KmThe atmThe m mThe
The Rev Dr C L Twing said he had a arireless awlreleAA arlreless
rireless telegram tel gram from Simoon Ford who whoi whoin
III i In Europe collecting a new supply of ofokes orjok ofokra
jok okra and that In I that message m Mr Ford Fordonfeiwed ForooonfeMed FordonfevJ4ed
onfeiwed to having haln broken all the Ten TenV TenCommandmootR Tearominandments
CommandmootR V mmandment > while > playing golf and andifiked IUIdIIlkld andLaked
ifiked for a now Bet to be sent to him at atinco atonen atnee
nee incoI I felt sony for my brother said Dr Drwing DrTwInR Drwing
wing for he was always of a devout turn turnif turnof
of if mind and BO I grasped the crank of my myrlarconigraph myMaroonlgraph myisroonlgraph
rlarconigraph and dent these words back backFord backFord backFord
Ford high Ballockburn Scotland Scotlandnd ScotlandBrf Scotlanditreslin
Brf itreslin nn says aII Stow swearIng come home bomtnnd homend
nnd nd Uk n Bible lble Class CI In Dr Parkhurst ParkburaSunday a alunday aunder
Sunday School hool and learn young < men how to5ff to toart tobat
bat art the devil and cut cu coupons at the I same sameI lIametlme sameme
tlme I me
tlmeHe meHe He closed 01 with this tribute t but to New York YorkTlio YorkThe Yorkrio
The city has grown since you rou were hare lallreIrUPIltJ as asueiiU asues
IrUPIltJ ues ueiiU of your New ew York Brethren grown trownTenter grownTester own owngrpaler
Tester In every way 118 in the height of 1t 1tulldlnKn Its Itsbultdlnlr8 Itnildinge
ulldlnKn In tt tta wealth and population In It Itroadneos Its Itahrolll1nlf Itsroadness
roadneos of thought mid lId in It its welcome to toII toall toIi
all II who 011f < om to it It Is today the beet soy covrned 10 10med soymed
med the best peopled plM and nd the best hoteled hoteledity botAlfdIty lioteledIty
ity in 1111 ll the big hi world The hotel men of oflew ofNew ofew
New lew ew York have done us much If not more moreban moretban moreban
ban any anyone one class of peopln to brine thIs Uiltondltion thtsCondltlon thIsondition
ondltion of things about It in true that thatff thatWI
WI ff 0 have hay our tigers our bulls and our bears bearsnit btAltlbut bearsut
but nit they thp never harm anybody anbod but bu them thoraelvci themell themelves
elves ell of course Olr p If you ou In In your our greenness sTAenneasuck greennesstick ITflnn ITflnnbuck
buck tick against them you OU may reallie that the thoondltion theonditton be becondition
condition of the shorn lamb Is not always alwaydt1lrltble a aealrable aesirable
ealrable one onOI
I have heard something shout 1 the lid be beMI be beInlol bet
Inlol MI t off and that everything enry lUne Is wide open openut openbut openUt
but ut 1 dont know that I know much about abouttieoe abouttese aboulthtM
thtM tieoe thln things H The devil and Dr Parkhurat Parkhuratre Prkbu Prkbuare
are re morn Interested In them than I am In InBrooklyn InBrookln Inrookiyn
Brooklyn we have no vices 1cella except Coney Coneyland ConeyI ConeyIsnd
I land landuna and that has relonnro and n become becemeIuoa a atna
Iuoa una PArk and a Dreamland I do know knowlU kilo kiloth knowIa
th lU l however from personal knowledge andicr and andiat lidmore
more icr than thlrtfour years of experience eXPflenlethat experienceat
that iat at the lh lid of genuine American hospitality hospitalityi
Is i off in this city 011 and ban always alwa be been n off offnd otInnd of ofed
nnd nd that every Iry man woman or child no mat matr mattl
tl > r of whet race color or religion ran find ftndwelcome a aelcome aelcome
elcome and a home In New York If they th ar ariilr are arealiI arelilT
aliI lilT decent and deserving desenlntrTlM dtfervlnall deservinglheformal
TlM ll lheformal formal proceedings proooedl a of the association associationirller 8IlIOciaUonMrller associationarlier
irller in the day were Wf > re held at tho Hotel Hotelanhattan HoteManhattan Hotellarthatlan
Manhattan They were as brief as poe pon1e OfIihle poedo
ihle do > 1e and lasted < no longor than was necrw necrwiry neCMFnry neceacry
Fnry cry for the unanimous election of new newBHoem newoffiCMl newmoers
BHoem offiCMlIn BHoemIn moersin
In the afternoon everybody went ftIlt for a aill aall aill
ill around Manhattan on the Ht steamboat AteamboatgnUII steamboatygnus earn boat boatygnus
ygnus gnUII Off Orants Tomb Chief Croker Crokerlet Crok r rmet
met let them with the brand new fireboat fireboaticClellan flbMtMcC1ellan fireboatcCflellan
icClellan and showed flh01t d off his latest fire fireKhting firefilthling firehtIng
Khting machine at her very pry prettiest prettiestFirst prettlttitFilfl prettiestFirst
First of all he shot water into the air from fromII fromall
all II 1 her ten nozzles nozz1 In fan shape until untilic unlllIhe
Ihe ic rainbow danced through throu h the thtlsparldlnr thtlsparldlnrpray sparkling sparklingIth
pray and t the h ho hotel el ladies fairly screamed lICIPamedwith screamedith
with Ith delight Then the fore and aft and andrt lidport andit
port > rt and starboard nozzle were played playedid playedalld
alld id the th boat became a great swan with withiread withpreat1 withtread
preat1 tread wings wingsFor wingsFor lngR lngRor
For or the lorf Chwf Chi < f CVoker put nil of the thnolioats t theoboats hll hllfirehoats
olioats tremendous power Into forcing forcingMreani torcln torclna forcingMreafli <
a Mreani through a 4inch nozzle Mralghl MralghlInto oIraightup
up 1 > Into tho air like a tremendous I geyser geyserToday K01fofrToday geyserToday
Today the tti 620 vl visitors Ilto itor for horn pretty prettyarly prttynlarlt prettyarly
nlarlt arly every hlrablo automobile in New JoltwYork Newrk NpwDrk
York Drk > rk has hen te Ieoervoo erTed will 1 go In mighty mightyoccasion mlphtyplOteBftion mightyocession
plOteBftion occasion to Coney 01U onoy Island and se see the theephantn thecllphantR theephants
ephantn go round roundO rnundOIJITI41fl roundOBTIMR1
lumen H Demptey 1rml > tT 38 II years Tnri l1rll old died al atI alB t this
his B home III Peterson N J jcsterday morn mornr mornInlr
Inlr r of r gsstrltls Mrltia rltl llr Ir Deranrey was th thnlor thJunlOT the thenor
JunlOT nor nlor member Inem r of the firm of btmpMr LmpasIntirs mpl8 > Bro Brointern arM arMprlntrl
prlntrl intern < und for man j years lIra w was recocnlW reeotniz4it 1 1a
1 a clever nmnleiir roniin rntrrmtncr His HisVnt nl nltanl Illsisni
tanl Vnt II > H nurrn mlnMrel was 1111 In demand demandit
hUI it ho would ouhlllPTtI never apjif alllilIr r on th lbs protesolonnl protesolonnlfj
CIP ries fj Up lip 11 wsj was unmarried He Iraves a aother Imot aother
mot other htr three t brothera brol hfn and An d three t hptlFrank sisters rimersFrsnk sistersPrank
Frank M plrkeTBon Irk fllekprson of lIlt ifl Warren omon street streetooklyij streetcek1yi tt tt8rookl
8rookl ooklyij cek1yi dId Kiiddmlr viterd > tfrdll y hi n thi thiijlted t the
Inltpd ijlted iied States Hotel Kewburtr Ne llur In his IiI forT forlri
nrth th y rHr > lri Hf 2 wss active In Republican
i 1ltl jnd and served rv r1td d for forereral o veral trlllr years rll as tress Ueaser kf kfIrrr
Irrr er of If the Josan C llu lluH iititue tib
ue 4S j I H v
OVER SEAS AS lo FOtt it A W WEPD1Ogoetety WEDDlXG WEDDlXGSociety DiJl o oSOcletJ
Society Fetkf Back Early From ran JJrepe JJrepe14t I6TOl I6TOlI
1 14t Be JIee lUtMTt GoeKt oelft Married MarriedThe larrl larrkdThe d dThe
The North German Lloyd eteamahKalaer eteamah fteamahlpKa1eer MeanishRaiser
Raiser Wilhelm U IIln la yc yesterday terday from from Brerien Dr Dren Brem Bremen
en Southampton and Chorbourg broug brougsome bJouaht bJouahtlome brougisome
some distinguished d passengers who whochief Wbo wb wbchief e eohlef
chief object obje in returning to America Am rloa Is i iattend to toaltend I Iattend
attend the marriage of Robert Goelet GoeletMiss I IMist to toMI
Miss 4 Elsie 1eie Whelan of Philadelphia Amo Amothem Among Amongthem Amerthem
them were Mr and Mrs Craig Riddle M MCharles 1dr 1drCharll Mr MrCharles
Charles H Baldwin Mr and MrsMum MrsMumW MnMurrayW
W Dodge Dodr1tIrt Mr FJtoha Dyer Jr Mrs Ogdi OgdiGoelet OgdeGoelet Ogdfn OgdfnOcelel
Goelet Miss Fannie > I II Johnson Horde HordeHarrlman BordeHarrIman < n nHarriman
Harriman Mm 8t 61111 l Harriman Cnpt an anMIB and andMrs anMrs
Mrs Lydlg Mr and Mr Mrs W B Leeds V VB W WB 1 1B
B Leeds Jr harks < Allen Muon Mr an enMrs anMTH and andlo1rH
Mrs Sydney Smith the Marquiw Marqu ie de VTpnl VTpnlworth WClltworth Weirlworth
worth and Llspenard Li penard Stewart StewartMr BteartMr StewartMr
Mr Leeds LN and nd his family fcunll boarded th thsteam the theteam thteani
steam yacht Noma after landing from th thliner the theliner Uliner
liner and sailed for Newport RoberGoelet Rober RobftreOeelt RoberOcelot
Ocelot and hi tile nfflanoed bride were at th thpier thl thlpier thpier
pier to greet Mrs OoeUt and Mrs Oral OralBiddle e11 e11Biddie CralRiddle
Riddle ulster MIs r of Miss Whelan WhelanOther M1 M1Olh WhelanOther
Other Olh r passengers by the > Kaiser WilhehII Wilheh WilhelmII
II were Mrs E B Andrews J J Paul Dupuj Dupujeditor DupuyodJtor Dilpuleditor
editor of Te PttVe Parisian and delegat delegatof delesoteot
of the French press to the St Iouln Ei Eiposition Esposition E EposItion
position Mr and Mrs Herbert Appletor Appletorthe
the Hon Henry HouoK Harold Dwight DwlghiStanley DwightII Dwighlstanley
II Stanley nley B Roberts and Theodore M Davit DavitThe DavlllThe DavbTIre
The Kaiser Wllhelm H was fitted will willnew withnew wIllflew
new propellers while line she wa WS on the > othi othiside olh othiaide r rIide
side and they contributed to her spesomewhat spe II IIlIomehat speesomewhat
somewhat It was not possible to t tthem tee leltthem teethem
them fairly until the last day of the voyagt voyagtwhen voyagtwhfn voyagewhen >
when while the weather was clear deer r she ra raat rail railat esat
at the th rate of 24 knots an hour a f speed p ed sh shwas shfJ ahiwas
was originally etfItCt sipticted jp t < > d to average mg for i itrip A i itrip
trip She had threw day da of heavy hp hea heaseas head headIJeIlA heaseas
seas and right hours hOIl of thick fog when oh ohwas Bhe BheWIUI shwas
was forced to reduce speed Bpi > nevirthelw nevirthelwshe nprt hfIPI hfIPIshe
she made the good 1 average of 2223 22 knotan knot knotllan knotan
an hour hourSHOOTS hourUIOOTS hourSI1OOT
Actor tor Morris Flnkrl tired and Hl His fllr fllrMay 11rtar WifSlay
May Die DieOIUVOE PItORANOE flitOnAroa
OIUVOE N J June 7 Morris Finkel Finkelan
an actor who wholived ho lived at at5EastNInetynint1 at5EastNInetynint1street 25 East Nlnetynlnt Nlnetynlntstreet NlnllynlnlbI
street I t New York shot his wife tonigh tonighin
in Vailsburg and then committed suicide suicideTh lIulcldtThe suiddcThe
The Th woman who ho in an actress aclr was tnkei tnkeito takento tnkeito
to the Memorial Hospital in Orange Ollll when whenIt whreIt
It was said her condition was critical criticalMrs criticalMrs criticalMre
Mrs Pinked and her three children ch lid Ifn th tholdest thto thtooJdHt tisoldest
oldest being only 7 years of age were B Bthe nt ntthe athe
the Greenfield G nfleld Farms n resort in Vallsburi Vallsburifor Valleburgfor
for actors and actresses where she intended intendeipending intendedpending Intenctetspending
pending the summer Her husbantviflitod husband husbandvl husbanylsited
vl viflitod ltd her this afternoon and after dinnethey dinne dinneIhey dinnerthpy
they started out for a walk Ik together togetherThey logethrThey togetherTheyhad
They Theyhad had not been gone very Iry long befor beforword bpforword beforword
word was received that there had been i iihootlngaffrayand a ahootlngaffray i idiootingaffrayand
ihootlngaffrayand hootlngaffray and it was found thatFinke thatFinkeiad that Flnk1 Flnk1had Finhetad
had fired red four shots at his wife ite nil of then thenentering thtmentering thenentering
entering her body He had then shot hot him himelf himelr himself
elr elf > in tho head hMnRnd and he died about an hon hcuilater hGurlatt honLatet
laterWhen later
When the couple left I ft the house > they wen wenipparently wenapparently Ire Ireapparentl
apparently In good g od spirits and none no ne of thi thipeople Iho IhoPIOpe thcople
people at the place had l beard of any dm dmigreoment dmBglPfllnent dieagreement
agreement between b8t1 them themIn themIn themIn
In the mans pocket were pre 91 l In money moneyi
a i gold watch a receipt rtOt lpt from the BowerjSank Dowry DowryBank Bower33snk
Sank for rent of two safe de deposit boxei boxeiind OOXEand boxettad
and an editorial from a New N York paper papmn papAron
on n The childs child rights in cases of parental parentalcldnapping pBrentalkidnapping parentalddnapping
kidnapping cldnappingCOAh
TtUI elli r ntllllaan nelllan n B lard ard rri It Hrxrves t rt th thMight the theIsht theHight
Might Isht to Ut Dbllarlf > r > isrie Btnil Emllaft EmpIrasTAMQUA ees eesTAMitjUA > s sTAUAQUA
TAMitjUA Pa June 7 78fore Before tli tliV LIICoocillatlon thonediation
V ncillatloo > Board which met hers to tolay today tolay
day lay the I ehlgh Coal and Navigation Navigatloik NagutlonCompany Navigationompany
Company k mpany > insisted that tha t it reserve reservehe reserved ItIMrfdO1e reservedlie
O1e he right to discharge any an man in its era erailoy employ omIOy
ploy at atl its ta pleasure and that all the members membernf
of if f the Strike Commission acquiesced ed in inhe Inthe in2re
the he propriety of otthis this reservation This ThirIght Thillright ThisSIght
right the company company set forth it never hal haiwaived halwaived baavaived
waived and never will waive waiveIn waivIn waIveIn
In regard to the men who were refused refusedeinstatement refU8edreinstatement refusedeinststement
reinstatement at the No 11 colliery be beause beoaUIIe heause
ause they had quit work ork while hUe employed employedemporanly employedtmporanlr employedemporanly
emporanly at the No 0 colliery the com comlauy company corntany
lauy contended that they quit of their own ownolition o1lnolitlon ownnlition
olition and tinder the circumstances circumstanceshould clreumlllanPAhould dreumstanceshouki
hould have no standing standlnphPlort before the con conciliation eoniliation < On Onclliatlon ¬
ciliation board boardThe boardThe boardThe
The unfon contended that the figures figuresf ftgu ftguor
or > f the company as to the wages the th men menceived mnJCCelvtd meneceived
ceived > were misleading ml le4dlng It then went wentn Inl Inlon
on n to state that of the twentysix tnly slx officers officersf
or f Subdistrict No 1 of the United Mine MineIorkers MineWorkenl MineSorks
Iorkers not a a single man could secure secureh secureemployment securemployrnent
employment under the company and that thatIn thatU
In U ddlUon 200 other union men were In Inthp inIra
Ira h name petition p IUon The company paid paidittle paidIIttl paiditt1
IIttl ittle attenUon to this charge chareearre charglTheoonolllatioo chargeTheeonoiilatjooboard
Theoonolllatioo Theeonoiilatjooboard board will meetin tln Wlkl WlklblUre Wikeelarre
blUre arre next Tuesday Tue day to consider the ca caurther vase callefurthr vaseurther
urther A disagreement dil4ag menlls is looked for forWTOlS lorRIOTOS forIOTOS
WTOlS STKIKKR FIrI JO JOippeal jOAIIJJeII18 10ppesls
AIIJJeII18 ippeal Made In Vein aln to Justice JUlltI lllffRlni lllffRlnifor IIl < trlnl trlnlfor
for Alninorthj AlninorthjBenjamin AIU AtiuworthBenjamin orll1 orll1Iknjamin
Benjamin Alnsworthy Ainsworth the I he striking strikingillermaker sinkingtollermaker rlking rlkingbol1tnnaker
illermaker who wa was arrested nrrlO lci at the plant plantf
ot f the Jame4 Reilly Repair and Supply Supplybmpany RupplyCompany Supplyompany
Company In Jersey JlrN City on Monday for forvaulting forAMault forseautting
AMault vaulting ing Paul Danko a nonunion work woikian worknear 01 k kmM
mM ian was arraigned a before Police Justice Justiooiggins JIlIltiCOHiggins Justiceliggins
Higgins iggins in the Hist Crimi nmi nal Court Ytlitfrda yester ytsterlay yesteray
da lay ay Danko said the striker whom hom h he no had hndever hadnever hadever
ever Been n before 0 the assault struck him himi himIn himn
In n i the face as he was going aboard the theIeiican tb tbMexican thelexican
Mexican gunboat Vera era Crur which hlCh is being beingItted hPlngfitted beingisled
fitted out at the plant Tank was wM positivei positive po llIv llIvIn
In a i his identification and Benjamin I Je Jea levy vy
a Brooklyn man corroborated hl hit story Htoryf lito litoor
or q f t the he uuprnrokxl un olclfl atta alt attack attackJtistico ck ckJustice cltJIIRtlce
Justice Hlgcins Hlg l didnt put any nn stork storkri < torl torlAinHworthy t k kIn
In ri AinHworthy s denial H He reminded him himMt himthat himhit
that hit Mt he had boon b n in court before on A Aimilar IIImilar aimilar
imilar charge He adjudged him guilty guiltyf guiltyof
of f assault and battery batter batterAn
An attorney who represented the Bsilly Bsillyompany RelllJcompany Reillyompany
ompany Bald the firm considered the prl prlneragood prlOtItIr prie prienerood
OtItIr neragood A 00d work workmanand man nnd hoped the > Jtistlnn Jtistlnnouldn Jirs mlt mltwouldtl Ire Ireroulde
wouldtl ouldn t be too severe on him The Court Courtnod Counflned Courtnod
flned nod Alnsworthy 50 50 O and cost A delega delegaion delegation delegaion
tion ion ion of boilermalcers boilnnak 1II asked a kPd Justice Higgins HigginsreooTiBideT Hlgglnllt
t S reconsider the th Hentence t4n and remit the thone thllnne thene
nne ne but the Magistrate said that in th thIntelffit the therterests < s sitenwt
Intelffit itenwt of justice he could not do no noTin IOTl soTIlE
Prof ref t Huf iis De Vrtr TetraHere riN Here f few er an llenoraryDejtr llenorary IhnnrsryDegrecMang nprarr nprarrBelffftManJ
Dejtr BelffftManJ Many Off Tar Europe EvropeArrivals EuropeArrivals P PArrivals
Arrivals yesterday by thoAtlanticTrans thoAtlanticTransrt tbAtlant Ic Trana Tranacii
pori cii rt steamship Minnehaha from London Londoneluded 1ndonindudtd lindonaduded
indudtdMr eluded adudedMr eludedMr
Mr rind Mrs liMIT Cortirsn BrigU rlrUen nnIguenserge rlrUenJPOre n neor
JPOre serge eor < e H Hllarrlpsof Harries of toe District of Columbia CnlumhlaUltra lnillmhtlmllltl Columbiatuttle
mllltl Ultra tlrs Mrs O K tMrness Homer P Cliirk Cliirkid ClnrkIUld lani lanind
IUld id Kdrar Smith SmithAboard RmftbAboard SmIthAboard
Aboard the Red d Star liner Kroonland in ineterday Inle Inesterday
le eterday from Antwerp were werel werelien
l 1 lien > on > 0 hmlllo 1Hrdn Mfiirnii Minister In Inelcium inpIriurn I InlllIiurn
elcium and Mrs lrI Panln 1 W V WIlBoij WIII OI < the tlioev theCr I Ilte
lte ev Carl DuplAD Dr 1 IAmtwol Isnil niitfl + l 1 1 Morris end 11 11vo
vo 0 01 Mnnuel vlllBrt vlllBrtHailing I lUauHailing IIIlIn IIIlInHalling
Hailing by the White Star liner Teutonic Teutonicf
olr f today for Queerwtown QUt > IIo1n and Uverpool UverpoolMrs
are areJolr Mrs Jolr Nellie ilmnt Snrtorls Miss Rofwmnry Rofwmnryirtorlfc ROIWmRITtnrtorh Rnaemsrirtorla
tnrtorh irtorlfc Mrs rll I Parker Mnriraii Ileut IleutI
1 I n ll 1111 liar r Mrs Wllllnm UKluro Mrs J Jownrd 1 1Among I I1I0lIrd
1I0lIrd I tidiy h ntI 1oIrll 1It henri > lIrs I 1 Whit WhitAmonft W hit hitAmong
Among the passengers who arrived lostKht lost hllltnl lastht
nl < Kht ht by the HollandAmerica steamship steamshipitsdnm lItt8mshlpPotlldam steamshipatedam
Potlldam itsdnm from lintterdam and noulogne noulogneHugo BoulognpW1I8 Iloulognas
W1I8 as Hugo de Vries prof JrotlllllOr ewior of botany hotan at atUniversity 11f atI
f be I University of Amsterdam who will willive will1fcfhf willcedve
1fcfhf cedve ive an honorary h norary M I II today from fromlumbia rromColmnbla frontlumbIa
Colmnbla lumbia UnIversity UnlwrnltyOOMPKKS Unl UnIversityoovpith lty ltyQOVPfRti
lie e Flail That the Ie Open Kh Strep p Pollr nf nfthe nrthe ofthe
the Clothiers Ii here Ie t Way WayAl 81 81At NisyAl
Al the therequest request olthc of tho offioreoftheInitrdajment officer ollioNloflheUnlted ollioNloflheUnltedOarmnt of the United Unitedirment
irment Worker Samuel Dompers pre PJNI PJNIdflont presiat l lmt
dflont mt ot the t American A IC8n Federation of tabor taborotfl JAborwrotll LaborrotC
wrotll rotC recently nll to Isaiah Jonephi J hl president presidentthe presidentor
or the Labor Bureau of the National Asuooia Asuooiam AIIIOC1atlon
tlon m of Clothiers taking for a conference confernncth onlfrftnroeIlth
Ilth th the manufacturers over their open ODADpolicy OpllRhop openop
hop op policy Mr Joxaphi Jo hl has replied plled that thatnown tba tbahe thatknows
he know nown of no diffeivnoes between the theiployem Upemso7tf1l theaioyerei
emso7tf1l iployem and employers npla > ef > and thai no con conrpnce cont conrence
t rpnce n Is i neceB neOflllr neOflllrrhllTe necessary iary
There l Ia no sign of the th oft threatened threatenedathlnc fhretfnfdnJolblnc threatenedtliing
athlnc strike but Gomnrr Gompna IIl la coming In a aw afC
fC w dayqtoaf dr 10 what hRt it ilo tobcdone obedonet he donI donII
t p f i
For Summer Homes HomeslAislo
lAislo vnd nd Optrallo Muile MuileBint hul Dno Mu Mule MuleOrrg utto uttos le lePopular
Bint s Aooomsuilm mpenlmnlJ o nti Popular P 1 n4 an Steered Musi Musiare Muo Muoare Phunieare
are available In endless variety in every everyhome everyhome everyhome
HE PIANOLA the Standard PiinoPUyer of the World li is fur coining tomiaite
THE T te t be eoaiUtred an bautdj Ibt utdy n nccewl cettM7 firituie of the e taJ apmtat > mtllt cf Qfcl i ie awrIpaiutni
wrIpaiutni e cl lipfointtd O IItcd lummcr hamr b tDe > It robs robllhe the rainy rue1 d d1 da y till efbte4iwaasl efbte4iwaaslIi3mkbei f I tc4hmu4 tc4hmu4ruroUhei mlld mlldfumitbel
ruroUhei the hcKtui with an > n unfitting unali meant of dellghdul cmefuiomnt cmefuiomntfor
for her gottti gotttiTbtrr ruralTbtte germ germThere
There are now nosaI47 11847 leUttlow eclrctisiiiinhsPlanoireerteeyasdaonrattee eclrctisiiiinhsPlanoireerteeyasdaonratteewhit In < h ht Pino repertory iul noaiMCn noaiMCnwlwt DOtllactrrwltl
whit onei one musical t 13ltt Wl may t h I the imtrunv nt provides ID tiitttiiy enNead nd 4541ethetic trn trnThe tynIMtic
1ethetic Mtic mponM mponMThe tesensaThe
The Aeolian COOl Co 362 6Z Fifth Avenue noar 54th SI SIAlso 51A StA
Also A Lw s TfonoJ fan of R Re Refrtttnlatbtt I umiatkJe Mat M oI to toRent toRmi soI
I Rent on Ejectp1onobly Exclpt n br Fotoratlt laCJ fJ1 tftrms
4 DKXYKK DIT H COURT COCHTProcerdlngi COURTProceedings leIlTProeftdlmr
Proceedings Also Taken to Shut Off HI HIWifes HIntr1 HIWifes
Wifes IneJme InemeMll MM III Phlppt Gives Out Outstietement i iKtatrmrnt a aIaltmln
Ktatrmrnt Ialtmln S Saying Ina Sho hc Had tol toJARe ave ntr ntrhut ntmhut HI HIbut
hut She hc Wants Her Tillflren Returned nrturnrdDBNVBE nrtumedDFNOtF ReturnedDsNvxr
DBNVBE June 7 AttorneyGenera AttorneyGeneraHughex AttomttyGeneralHugh8l AttorneyGeneraHughes
Hughes late Lat last night when the cour courhouf court courhouse i ihoule
houf house > e was 1tA as quiet aft a grave gra yard placed placeton placedon
on file an application for divorce brough broughhy hroughthy
hy Lawrence C < Phippw against his wife wifeOenevieve wifeGen wifeGenevieve
Genevieve Gen te Chandler Phlpps PhlppsHughes lhlppRHughPB PhippaHughes I
Hughes IH I counsel for Phlpp Thi Thiaction The TheI Thes Thaction I
action s tlon which Is now in the District Court Courtwas CourtI Courtwa Courtws
was wa not Intended to be made public an anso and antCo <
so 0 fearful was Mr Hughes that the detail detailof detailsof detafliof
of the complaint for at alsolute solute ceparatloi ceparatloiwould scparatloiwould eparatlonwould
would become generally Inrall known that hi hisucceeding he he1lU000000000ln hsucceeding
succeeding in obtaining an order fron frona rromA
a Judge of the court for sealing tho he com complaint comp1alnt cornplaint
plaint in nn envelope and having It placetin placet 1 1In
in tIre vault for safe keeping keepingKo
Ko far aa can be learned no corespondenti corespondentiare clrespon ent entart
are > mentioned ntioned in the bill billIt billIt billit
It Is known that part of the th proceeding procvedingibrought proc proceedingbrought lingll lingllbrollght
brought by Mr Phipps are against J Pier Pierpont PierponlMorjtan Pierpont
pont ponlMorjtan Morgan k Co the United States Steel SteelCorporation HIICorporation 51ccIorporation
Corporation and the United Slates True TntsCompany TnlstQmp8n TrueCompany
Company Qmp8n which have been and are paying paylnfdividends payingdividends paylnidividerida
dividends to Mrs Phipps upon tock for formerly formrly formerly
merly held it is said by her husband H Hnow He Heno Henow <
now no desire to shut iiti1 I off this income incomeDTATKMKNT IncornpIITATlaIKST income5TAT1MFNT
Mrs I Lawrence awrcnco C I Phipps whose twcchildren twc twochlldrfn twcchildren
children were w tnl InltPn < > n away from her b btheir bY bYIhlir btheir
their father tho Ih former tVeaFtirer treastirer of the thiCarnegie IhCamtpp theCarnegie
Carnegie Rt Steel < > el Company ompan while IIIIp she hI war wafasleep WRRaaleep warasleep
asleep at the th Hotel Ketherlnnd last Fridnj Fridnjevening JoridnyEVElulnJ Fnidn Fnidnevening
evening authorized thin Ihl statement yester yesterday yesterday et ter terda ¬
da day
dayAn An Mr Phipps has seen fit to rnnke 1 public publicstatement publicstatetiwnt uhllo 1
statement us to our dlllerencei I lam nm released releasedfrom rfleapdfrom releasedfrom
from a promise made to mr m counsel Mr Mrenceo drJames
James 11 l Beck not to do the same Dlrrer DllTerPrices
Prices have hllv existed between u ua for gevera geverayenra several 8eralpnrll severalyears
years pnrll For the tie honor of the Ihlppn J name namewhich nlmtwhich namewhIch
which rnr on children bear 1 trust that I mm mmnever mo monevtr maynever
never find It necessary ntcl nr to state ata the nature bl blthese of ofIhts hithc
these difference < It Is enough to say y thai thaithey thntthe thatthey
they the loft me in no other course us a selfre selfrespectlnc 11111DEcting seifrespecttn
spectlnc specttn woman For the Rake 1111 kl of the th chi chlldren chitdren 1 1drtII
dren we continued to live together under the thisame I
same roof niitl returned r onl only > a few weeks weeksntro weeksn60 weeksago
ago from Europe where wo e had been travel travelline travelhoc I IIIn
line IIn with llh our children etiidrpnOn hl1drfnOn
Tn On our return r IlIrn Mr Ir Phipps ostensibly w veni venien ni niWest nt ntWcnt
West nn business 1111 and ml < 1 utter taking the chil chilclren chlldrCu chticIrce
clren to Plttfibur I came to New ew York nrk tr trconsult 10tInputl toconsult
consult my 01 physicians I wu trims advised that thnimy Ihntn
my n 01 health required me m to submit to a sunnier surcicaoperation lIurllIcaloplrnlion sunnieroperation
operation and I had perfected arrangement arrnneementito
to have It performed n nil soon after June Iun i iIR II IIilfl C Cas
ilfl IR practicable While nwnltlnc It I wai waillvlnif WIlSII vaeltviiij
llvlnif II ltviiij v IIlIr nt the Netherland Thnt fact wa wawell wee weewell <
well elt KDOVH to my m family and my III mall vat vatforwnrded 11116rorwnrded warforwarded
forwarded to me from Pittsburcr PittsburcrAs
As III the he outcome of any nll surgical surelt operation Ir Iruncertain 111unCfrlfn IaUncertain
uncertain 1 naturally desired to have m mtwo 1to ow owtwo >
two children with me 111 In what hal might be my myremaining m mrlmainiolll mremaining
remaining days tl of life and for thl this purpose purposeIt Pl1rpo purposeI
I brought thPIn from llttburar to New 10rk 10rkIt i ork orkIt
It wee IU under thc these e circnmntances clrcllm lltnc that with without wllhOllt withneil ¬
out wnrnlng of nny IIn kind to nin and without withouteven withouteven lthoulpn
even pn nn Intimation to me > of any nn dlcputc IR Il to totheir tot totheir
their t > llr custody they the were forcibly taken from Iromme fromme fromirInn
me on Friday laM laMAs la lastAs t tAs
As to th the manner in which It wan 1n ns done I IRhall Iflball Ishall
shall make no comment The Tb facts acts speak speakfor apeakfor spe spefor
for themselves It IR I dui > to Mr lr Phipps and andhis andhis andhia
his hired bund of detectives dEtfctlT to nay lB that it itig itis
ig untrue thnt I wan 118 hound and KB gagged seed In my myroom m mroom mroom
room at the Xetherland But it must be beadded beIIddPd beadded
added that I lit sIll till III hear the marks of my 11 hu hubnnd huhnnrl hue huebuinds
buinds bnnd > assault R BUIl upon me m when I attempted toretlauma to toreclaim 10rllalm
reclaim my In children In th the carnt rar ar III Jersey Ilrlll Clty CltyMr It Itlfr lty ltyMr
Mr PhippRR Ihlpl1 rrnRon for ouch a i step Is beyond beyondmy beondm beyondmy
my m comprehension I prefer to n assume nulIthaI assumethat mne mnethat
that he h may mB have acted upon sours malicious maliciousrumor rnilltciousrumor maliciousrumor
rumor that I won 1IlI about to take tJlk the children childrenfrom thlldrrnfrom childrenfront
from him Nothing wan an II further from my mypurpose m mpurr roypurrose
purr purpose oRI > 1 lam nm advised thAI my m right to the thenuatody th thuatod thecustody
custody uatod of threes young 011l11Z children i 18 clear clfirnnd clrllrnDd clearnod
nod unless they the are peaceably restored to tome Inme
me 10 I shall certainly ffrllllnhIo1 Invoke the aid of the law InwIf In InIf lawIf
If court proceedings prDl tdlnIl8 must mll l he had I have no noreason nnrlMOn norearon
reason to fear the outcome I have nothiru nothiruwhich nothllllhlcb nothirmzwhich
which hlcb I need seek fk to hide hid and andin In this lament lamentnbln lnplIlablA lenientibis
ibis affair my conscience censciericeisnbsolutely la absolutely clear clearrOVAV dearI clearIrov4
rOVAV IV I THE KOOM WO HF fiillt fiilltIntel iHIInttl 111 111Hotel
Intel Managrr and Tluutrkerper Arrentrd Arrentrden rrr ttd
en F Lamb rate Mani Man Charge ChargeJohn harltJohn hargeJohn
John Qromgosky a Passaic PM Illc N J tailor tailorold lt tailortold lor lortold
told Magistrate Maglet rate Ommen In the Ih Tombs police policeourt pol policeowt lfl lflCOurt
COurt yesterday that on Decoration Day Dayle D Dht Dayhite
ht le went into the saloon connected with the thnion Ihltlon theIJon
ion Hotel II otcl at 17 Second > avenue and had hadwo hadtwo hadtwo
two wo gLasses RIa nf beer Immediately after afterward afterward rtprTud ¬
ward he said he grew sick Ick and drowsy drowsyind drowrRn drowsyand
Rn and rented a room thinking that t hnt n few fewhours fp fphOIl fewhours
hOIl hours read would benefit him himAfter himAfltr himAfter
After locking th the door and placing the thekey Ihpky thekey
key on a table he stretched filrt > tchPd himself fully fullytressed rullycfriAAed fullydressed
dressed upon the bed and nd fell relllll asleep > lEIp About Aboutin
in hour Inter ho said he felt a hand hnn tearing tearingpen tlarlnlopen teermnopen
open pen > his coat and springing up ho found foun1a
a 9 woman In the Ih room He felt for 1200 1200which 200 200wblch i00which
which he had had and it was goneWhen gone goneWhen gontWhn
When he made an outcry oilIer he Bald he was wasjected W8ItJlCtcd wassjectcd
jected from the th hotel Ho returned later laterwith laterIlth laterwith
with Policeman Gallagher of the Fifth Fifthitreol Fir Fifthtreei h hItr
Itr itreol 1 station He U says a11 that Joseph Jack Jackon JackfoOn Jackon
on the hotel hot pI manager gave ga him 50 50 and andhen anrlthen ann annhen
hen the policeman put him him on a at street streetar root rootTir j
Tir ar
TirPolioeman Policeman Hugh P Clarence GlIlfln V of the Fifth Fifthitreet F Fifthmeet rth i itrfll
meet Mat C tatlon ion wax neit ne w sent nl to the Lion Lioniouo LionhOlfl Lionlouse
hOlfl louse with Clromgoskr by Capt apt McDer McDernott Mcflernoti
nott Ho arrested nrr trd hth > bth Jackson and andIrnnie andJlnnlp andtennie
Irnnie Morris the I hI hoXicekeepor htj KPt > pr They Theyvere ThlvWIIf Theyseep
seep held tinder 11000 It 1000 000 catch by Magistrate MaglntratnImmrn MI1 Magistratemmrn llIt rat ratOmmn
Immrn mmrn Policeman iallaehej deuied < hav havng ha haIng s sng
Ing ng seen Jackson give firoiRowky Or 01 tky < any nnynonoy nn nnmonlJY anyannoy
monlJY1Hlm annoy annoyP1 nonoyrMKit
rMKit P1 l71t irofKBifs TIM OIT OITlonffrenre ITt1 OtTonfCrrnee
t1 lonffrenre Expected In the Trusts New NewVnrk ie1nrll NecnrE
Vnrk nrll DISks < fflee This Herl HerlS 1Well 1WellHAnATOCJA lieeIiSAnAiocJA
S HAnATOCJA > rAToaA June 7 7Thll The 300 workmen workmenho workmeneho
eho ho walked out ut of the th Internalicjnal Paper PaperI Pa Paperomnpany I IC
C I omnpany mpan > plant 1 lant at a South 1 Glens l to Ealle B1Is 11 11crday yes ytIIIerriay yeserday
crday afternoon are still 8tillldlt idle aiMhn alf att the com comany companr cornman
panr > man any does not BOO Its way clear 15 t tpnrinstats tpnrinstatshe roln relnntnlp relnntnlphe tntp tntpthp
thp he dlnchnrged union boss 00 The hp union hold holdmeeting hrldIl heldmeeting
Il meeting this tW afternoon and it Is s allegedhreaten alleged allgtdthrtat allegedhreaten
thrtat hreaten n a general genNaltltrllc strike in the psber P r trusts trustshirtythreo tM13tathlrtthroo trustshirtythree
hirtythreo mills In New York Massachu Massachuetts iasaachucite laMllChnItttll
etts Now No Hampshire and Vermont Ve onto It is isindcrrtood islndprlltood isnclerstood
indcrrtood that the strikers I will also aleolemand alsolearand 1roo
lemand the installation of tho three hrcc tour touryRtem toursYf
sYf yRtem of eight hours each eachVicePresident eachYlclrrclidfnt eachVIcePresident
VicePresident and General C 1 Manager Managerre Manl4tlTflfdrick Managerrederick
flfdrick re < lerick H Parks ParkJIlsoxplClPd Ucxpe isoxpeoteal ted nt the th Now Noworkoflflciof NlwYork Neworknfftcnofthecoirpanythls
York orkoflflciof orknfftcnofthecoirpanythls offlc1 of thwcorrpany tw COIJfp1U1 this wock qrk when whenconference whna whenconference
a conference may he held heldI L
71 I he > mills nt Palmer FalU and Fort Bd Bdrard Edreed d dwllrd
reed employing plon fully 1008 men1 men are Mill MillunniiiR stillminning till tillrunnll
runnll unniiiR full tin hut the workmen am amrdit areredIted M
rdit redIted 1 xl with bHn bptM in full sympathy 1II11p11 thy with withhe withIhe withhe
Ihe he South ulb Glens Falls aU employers employeesI mpl cfe
McCray efrigerators RefrigeratorsGlais
Glass Tile tad Wood Line UaeiPERFECTLY LinePERFECTLY Lien LienPERFECTL
For economical leat u mrs I Ihu II IIFor
hu ii no equal equalFor equalftIT
For RMldenctii fllldetierClubs < II R ROlfh ROlfhOubft teli telidubs
dubs RulMranU RulMranUOrootrlr ReBlaUranOtOCtrlr ReatanranlaC
C GrocerIes Hospitals Hospitalsttiblle tlospilalSUbIJe tioapttaIrubilc
ttiblle ubilc Irutltutton IrutltuttonA IlIAIIlu oal oalA
A full tine of stock stockdiet alockI atoclisize
diet ready react for tame tamefor tmJnodlale tramdiaL
diaL abllmtD1 abllmtD1ReII1eralO atilementSpeetal
Speetal ReII1eralO ReII1eralOfor Retilgrrsterrfar
for all purpoMi mad madttn mdIo mada
tn Io IoE a order orderPME orderpta
PME pta E DENNI1 CO COHOWE S4I 41 iwtj iwtjN I IOWE Iws IwsHOWE
Continued from First Fir t Page PageJames PaqrJamt PaqeJames
James Hartsock W W < Delano EdwartRcse Edwa EdwaInjure Edward EdwardRIM
RIM Herbert Mt McCoy < oy Johnnlfl Sinclair SinclairInJllr Sinclairltrjirrd
Injure l In Explosion ExpIOtione < C Allen Pau PauOany PRul PRulGII PsuJoy
Joy GII V Phil Chandler John Police > J A ABrooker ABrooker ABrooker
Brooker Edward Jo Tard Holland HollandKilled HollandKlIlpd HollandKilled
Killed at Mass Meeting Roxl > M Gee GeeJohn Ge GeJohn G GJohn
John Davis The above a are all nonunioi nonunioiminers nonunion nonunionmine nontinierera
miners minersWounded mine era
mineWoulldM Wounded at Mass MoetingJ ltto > tln J A Reed ReedChriiman ReedI
100 I i Findy Fire Chief Murphy Peter PeterChri PeteiCltnieman
Chriiman Chri mlU1 Fred Htudebauch AVoundct AVoundctin
in Union HallPeter HA1I Pttr Calderwood Arthu ArthuParker ArthllrParker ArthtuParker
Parker James M Kehpr Kphvall all union minor minorThn miniTho minersThe
The books of all tho miner unloni unloniexcept unloflllex unioniexcept
except ex pt one have leon eei7d by the inilitU inilitUand mililiaand anflitisand
and delivered to tho mine owners wh whare wire wboare wireare
are going through the lists checking u uthe up uplhe uthe
the men The purpose pl1J1O Is it to deport nun hllndredA bundrede nundreds
dreds of union men during d llrin the I he next ne xl twenty twentyfour t twentyfour wtJ wtJfour
four hours hoursln hoursOre1 hoursGreat
Great ln t surprises a are being found by the themine th thmine Ihlmint
mine > owners < in searching the records ol olthe of oftbe ofthe
the unions unlo The mines It appears were wenbeing werebeing werebeing
being worked by b about 50 ZA per cent of union unlotmen unionmen unloiimen
men a majority of them not being known knowiaa koownas
as such to the > operators These Th will all allbe allbe sUbe
be deported deportedThe
The State armory here has ISO prisoners prisonersA
A drug store In Independence in charge of ofthe oflhe ofthe
the militia has fifteen flft n prisoners In a saloon saloonat saloonat
at Gold Field twenty twent union Ul otJ agitators areimprisoned are areimprisoned areImprisoned
imprisoned No union miners have shown shownthemselves showntb shownthemselves
tb themselves mselv88 on the streets of any of the thetowns thetOWf1l thetowns
towns today todayDMON todaymnON todayUNION
DENVER June 1ln T In the convention of ofthe oflhe ofth
the th Western Federation of Miners here it itwas ftwas
was denied that any union man was con concerned concerriad ¬
cerned In the dynamite outrage J C CWilliams CWllllamsl CWilliams
Williams Wllllamsl acting president pn8idsntJandSecretary and Secretary TsecretaryHaywood Secretaryffaywooc
Haywood flatly accuse the Citizens Alliance Allianceof
of Victor as being viiilty Jiltv of tho tragedy tragedyTho tn tragedyThe lCed lCedTbe
The Citizens C Alliance AllIan e alone did this thissaid thissaid
said Williams They are the guilty ones onesand on08and onesand
and WB 11 will ill hunt them down They know knowthat knowthat
that the unions have beaten them at every everyquarter everyquarter cr crllIllrter
quarter and this was their lost desperate desperateeffort dflperaleffort desperateciTort
effort to drive u tIe out of the > State or to tocreate tocreate tocreate
create an excuso for exterminiiUna us with withtho withthe withthe
the militia They murdered their own owndupes ovmdupe owndupes
dupes In a desperate attempt tt pt to carry carryout carryout carryout
out their th lr own ends and kill unionism but bute butAI hutee
AI < e will fight them to a finish finishThe tlnIKhThe SnishThe
The Victor local of the Western t cetera Xedera Xederatiion FederatHon Yederstiion
tiion of Miners has already offered a reward rewardof
of 11000 lOIXI 000 for the apprehension of the guilty guiltymen guiltymen guiltymenu
men and nd there > Is now no a proposition proJ 1siUon < before beforethe ooforfIhe beforethe
the convention to increase this thl reward rewardto
to 5000 15000At 5000At 5000At
At Pueblo last night the Teller county countydelegation counlydelegation countydelegation
delegation to the Democratic State con convention conention convention ¬
vention adopted resolutions calling upon uponthe uponthe
the civil authorities to arrest and prosecute proeeputethe proslOUteI
the dynamiters and pledging all aid possible possibleThe pGIJIIibleTh posambleThe
The Th resolutions declare that the Demo Democratic Democrntio ¬
cratic party pari is for law and order and op opposed oppolled opposed ¬
posed to violence Iolenoe and denounce the out outrages outrages ¬
rages ragesIn mge
In the tb State convention today unanimous unanimouaction unanimouaaction unanimousaction
action wan 81 taken adopting a resolution resolutionColorado r resoludondenouncing
denouncing the outrage J says saysResolocd saysReeolvcd
Resolocd by the Democratic parlv part of of01orado ofolorado
Colorado in n convention assembled at atPueblo atPueblo
Pueblo Col this thlllllCvpnth seventh day of June 1904 1904that IIMMthat 1004that
that we f deeply deplore this crime which whichia
ia I one of the most diabolical inhuman and andrevolting andrevolting andrevolting
revolting In the criminal annals and we weurge weurge
urge that those charged with ith the protection protectionof
of life 11 fo and nd property and the th preservation of ofiteace ofIflce ofmimes
mimes iteace shall IIhal rroPlrty exercise the utmost vigilance vigilancein
in nmning down the perpetrators of this thislatest thisIatet thlelatfllt
latest crime against the fair name of Colo Colorado Colorado Coleredo ¬
rado to the end that speedy justice may maybo mayho
1 bo 0 meted out to tho fiend or flends flendsOOV ftendMV flendacmv
ST Louis 07111 June 7 ilio Gov James H Pea Peabody Peabodyr Peahiocly
bodyr body of Colorado who with his wife has hasbeen huhffn hasbeen
been in St Louis visiting visit In the th worlds fair fairhas 1alrhM fairhas
has returned home He left here h le this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon by the Burlington BurlingtonTelegrams
Telegrams which I haveVecelved today todayfrom todayfrom todayfront
from LieutOov Lleut 00 Haggot my m private privatesecretary privateRfCrltary privateeseretary
secretary 8 H Woods and BrigOen BrigOenBoll BngonBoll
Boll who has ba charge of the troops In the tharrippln theCripp1 therripple
rrippln Creak and Telluride districts said aaidfJovPeabody saidJo saidovPeabody
Jo fJovPeabody Peabody this morningmakeitneces morningmakeitnecesmry morning malce it DeoH DeoHfRY
fRY that 1 return to Colorado at once onceSince onceSlnoo onceSince
Since the Supreme Court has upheld my mylosition myTICIfIltlon myroItIon
TICIfIltlon losition with reference to the refusal uMI of the thevrit thewrit thewrit
writ of habeas hl corpus during < times of ofinsurrection ofInsurrection ofinsurrection
insurrection and has definitely decided upon uponither uponother uponather
other powers the Governor can an use In time timeif timeof timeof
of if strikes Ilrl I can act more positively than thanleretofore thanherelofore thanheretofore
heretofore or rather I can act without be beng beInf bein
Inf in ng so severely criticised criticisedMVith crltidedWith enItlctsedWith
With my powers well defined and all allCourts allttnlrls allcourts
Courts of law barred b lTfCl from interfering with withny withmy withray
my ny prerogatives pr Irojta II lll I feel sure that I shall shallhortly IIhallflhorUy shallehortly
hortly have the strikers in submission submissionTAKING flubmlselonTAKINO submissionTAKING
COLORADO BPHIKOS Juno 7 7A A special specialrain 1jMClaifrllin specialrain
rain bearing union agitator from Victor VictorWNed VietorpBNfd Victorrmassed
WNed through I bore tonight on the way wayo
10 o Denver r There were armed guards on onhe on onIhEl onhe
IhEl he pint platforms forms The local authorities were wereidviKed wereI1cll werelvised
I1cll idviKed > d of the coming of the train and andjeing andLelng andieing
jeing determined that the men should IIhou should d not nottop notI notiop
IOp I hero made arrangements with the thenvr theDt theDenver
> Denver nvr nnd Rio Grande to run the train trainhrough traint trainhrough
t hrough the I he city ell y without wil hout stopping There Theretrre There1t Therewere
were tOO people al the I hi depot to meet the therain thetrain therain
rain but they made no demonstration demonstrationAbsolutely dlmonltratlonI dlmonltratlonAbsolutel demonstratIonAb5oIutalV
Absolutely AbsolutelyPerfect AbsolutelPerfect Ab5oIutalVPerfect
Perfect PerfectFood PerfectFood PerfectFood
Food FoodThats FoodThatOs FoodThete
Thats ThatsGrapeNuts ThatOsGrape TheteOrape
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsand Grape = N uts utsand
and trial 10 days d ys proves It UGet ItGrl ItGet
Get the Ih lUtl hook 1 The ht Tteirt to Well Welltitle rll rllIn
title 11 In each tae pkc Pte p
1jPUIIAN BAZI Ea EaChildren
Children C1 ldrens s Furnishings FurnishingsFor Furnsh ngs ngsFor
For Summer SummerBoy j jB
Boy B 0 oy a I Separate Russian or orSaJJor orlor or8aJJor
SaJJor lor Blouse madras cloth plot protty prolty plotty
ty colorings sizes 3 to 8 yrs rs soc 50CBoys oc ocBoys l lBoys
l ldrill
Boys Negligee NelI e Blouses ot ma madr maflras
dr drill nnd cheviot with or without withoutcollar withoutcoJlnr withoutcollar
collar TtoHyre TtoHyreChildren 7 toA to 14 yrs 98c 98cChildrens g8cCJIldrena
Children Carriage CnrrJn e Parasols Parasolsfln Parasolstine r rne
fln tine Rllesta white
ne pJOO pJOOEnHali r nn
lined with
greenRnglfalt green grlenSnlllflJlr
EnHali Openwork Lisle Socks Socksspecial Socbspecial Socksspecial
special value 29c > pc > pair pajrBoys pairBoy pairBoys
< Boys and Girls Cotton Hose Hoaclight Hoselight Hoselight
light rind heavy l1e weight woightComplete gee 25 c pailComplete pair pairComplete
Complete lines of Cotton Lisle tialeand Lisleand Lisleand
and Silk HosierySafet Hosiery HosierySafety HosicryStteh
Safety Straps prevent baby bab babtlllllnj baby39C
tlllllnj jJocart from c 39 19C < 59C each eachCroquet CrlchjJocart eachCroquet i iCroquet
Croquet Sets
100 up U to 900 900Sailboats 900Sallbonts 900Sailboats
Sailboats ftateftt model m del i without withoutrudder withoutrudder28lnl1 wltilotltrudder
rudder rudder28lnl1 28inch 750 750Baby 750Batty JO JOBaby
Baby Yards 200 JOOFine 300 300Pine 300Fne
Fine Cambric Drawers hem hemstitched bemstitched hemstitched ¬
stitched cambric ruffle 1J 1610 to 18 yrs yrsaccording rraAccording rs rsaccordIng
according to size 28c to
55C 550Mnslln 55CM 55CMs1In
Mnslln M lJJJn Gowns pood g 0 0 C d clIulllr clIulllrtrimmed qualitytrimmed unlltr unlltrtrimmed
trimmed with Ith neat embroidery embroldellnAerUon in insertlon Initertion
sertlon aDO tucks 1J 1 to S yrs I all allsizes nilIlzes allsizes
sizes to close out 45C 45Creduced cp cpred C Creduced
to loGumpes toGuImpea J JGulmpes
red reduced need from fi9c 9c
Gulmpes for strnicdresses i 4 to 12yrs 12 12yrs 12rs
yrs rs in nil sizes gcc gccChambray 8eCIUlmbrll 85cChambray
Chambray CIUlmbrll Aprons plain pink pinknnd pinknnd pinkand
nnd blue 2 to 8 yrs 75CInfants 75C 75Clntants 7c 7cInfants
Infants Shoes of tan Russia Bussiacal Bussiacalblack calf calfblack calrblack
black dongoiahittton dOllgola utton or orlace < p tr rr4 x xThe TJ TJJaco
lace slzcs2to7 sizes I to to7 to7The 7 7Tbe
The Best Orthopedic Last Ruo Ruosiftcnlf Ru Rusl Rtiesiacntf
siftcnlf sl calf button or lace lacesizes7 i 7 < 25 2e 2esizesTtolOt
10 1 1llto2
sizesTtolOt slze87 to
11 llto2 to 2 3OO 3OOBoys 300Btys OO OOBoys
Boys Russia Calf CallOKfords Oxfords with withheels withheelsj vitltheels
heels eizes13 to2 250 25OPique
2 to 325Pique 325 325Pique
Pique Afffbsuts Afghanshand A
5 1 1Infants s sInfants 5
hand embroidered embroideredInfants
Infants Bibs embroidery em broidery edged edgedwith edgedwltb edgedwith
with lace ruffles Soc JOCFine SocFine 500Fine
Fine Nainsook Dresses bishop bishopstyle blsholstyle bishopstyle
style neck and sleeves trimmed trimmedwith tnmmedwith trImmedwith
with ribbon b badlng ° adlng roo
6 moe 1 2 yrs yraIroning ylSIroning yrsIroning
Ironing Boards for childrens childrensclothing chlldrenclothing childrensclothing
clothing 75CMisses 75C 75CMfsauc jc jcMisses
Misses Shirt hlrt Waist Suits of ofplain orplain ofpialuandetriped
plain pialuandetriped and striped silk 2O 2000 2000l 2000Misses OO OOH
H l k 16 yrs yrsMisses 18 18MJlllles
Misses Kimonos of fine dotted dott4lawn dottedInwn
lawn 8 to 16 1 yrs 18 XOO XOO6O62 I
6062 West 23d St StAin sttFA StFAiRS
FA FAiRS Ain I B ART tRi OBJECTS ON SALF SALFIfKlnnlnic SUTBe5innlnlf S4L1cglnntng
IfKlnnlnic or a Three J11 Bal Anetlon Forced Forerrtby Fnr Forcedby fd fdby
by U the e Will Compromise CompromiseA nmprOIll nniprOtnisA lf lftWf
A Bale of the furniture < paintings and art artibjectn artobjecttl arttbjecti
ibjectn which adorned the former home homeif homesthe
0 if the th late lat Mr Ir nnd Mrs Irs Charles li Fair on onUvereido onRiverside onUrcysirlo
Riverside Drive and in the Bolkenhayn Bolkenhaynpartment Bolkenhanapartmtmt lkenhaynupartment
partment house houalJIirth at Fifth avenue ltTenueand and Fifty FiftyIghth FlU FlUtIhtb FLftyIglith
Ighth street began vr y1tlerrlay terdfty afternoon afternoona
iD a the Knickerbocker A Ai All I I Galleries 7 Went Wentwentvnintli WtIITwentnlnth Westwentvnintli
wentvnintli street lliR 1 I hI sale came un unxnectedly tlntxnctldly Unxectedly
xnectedly ns < the result cf if r the compromise compromiseettlement compromlIIptthmtnt compromiseettlement
ettlement over tho Fair t r estate la The Therticlm ThParticiM TherUcIes
rticlm on sale fof yesterday included th thmailer Ihflmaller thH thHmailer
mailer and less valuable l ullb1eo object objectThe objectThl objectsThe
The amount realized was 12070 2970 Among Amonehe Amongthp Amonghe
thp he purolinscrR purchn were Abraham Nelson Nel on half halfrothfr hnlfhrolhir halfrothr
rothfr of the late Mrs > Ir Fair Mrs Fairs Fairslothcr Fair FairmoUler Fairstether
tether Mrs M Nelson J J H Moore of Cm Cmgo ChiAflO Cliiago
ago go and Julian Mitchell the theatrical theatricalanagcr thc theatricalranager trital tritalmanager
200 and 300 300Summer 300Summer 300Summer
Summer 1904 1904S 190 190BltJlv13th 1904I
I peoB5 13th C CD
BltJlv13th S 5t 5tMARRIED
D 1231 30 30MARRIED 30th 30thMARRIED
7 at 1 the resIdence of fIe he brides parents p parentsUsckensack II IIHclitnsatk E EKaokrnMck
KaokrnMck N J 1 by tti tbe he Rev Arthur John Jofcnaon Johtlon Johnson
Mr an1 an1Mil mlMrs > 1 1Mra
son on Marian Montague daughter at a an
Mil Charles cb rlcs Henderson to Richard C Ixwh Ixwhof h hof
of New York YorkARSONS YOlkPAltIONS1t ork orkARSOtrSIIEcJANOn
PAltIONS1t ARSONS ARSOtrSIIEcJANOn IICOAN UOn On Tuesday I11Pad Jun T 1W 1Wat 10114 10114t 1554at
at t the residence of the bride 117 West TWh 75th1r at atl Ithr
l hr > y Ole Her E S Tipple n D aslsted 11IS1 trd hr h tti ttitev I IJleT rhMet
Met tev Andrew And Gillies Jean J cn Sense to William WilliamllellrldEe WilliamlIdlrldce WilliamIlcltrldee
llellrldEe Persons
LFMENT tEMENTAt A Rutland Vt 1 nn J leer nf II 1 11WIt M I Iher In InberD7lb tbrr5lth
her berD7lb 91th year Elizabeth Wool widow 1I1doofCbstl 1I1doofCbstlClettIPnl of Cbarlf CbarlfClement Cbminrdemean
Clement ClementFuneral ClettIPnlFunnet demeanFuneral
Funeral from from Clement C1tm nt Wood Wednesday an alter atllrnoon alternoon > t tnoon
noon June I at 35n 380 380iE
JE iE VOB OFAt At Home for Inrnrablm FordhamN lordham NY NYon T Ton
on Xlay 27 lOot JohnDeVof Jolin neor a and rrd ed 77 yearOODWINOn year years000wlNon ean eanOOODWIon
OODWINOn Sunday unds June Sth Bernard Good Goodwin GolfI Goodwin ¬
win lfI beloved husband hll < bllnd of JUry 11Ar Goodwin GoodwinRelatives OoodlT1nl1lathea Goodwinlielativea
Relatives and friends ATe io requested to attend attendthe attei4the lItD4Ibe
the funeral from M his Isle residence a1dn 8J8 I D We We23d Wait e e2Sd
23d St on Wednesday June 11 M 10 A M Mthence IIIIIDre iithence
thence to St Vincent de Paul ul Church eat 23dand st stAIId atmid
and CIt th 4v a where bn a solemn requiem rat ratwin mati matiwm mlwill
win be b offered Interment at Calvary Call KInd KIndomit Klndomit Klndlomit > >
omit flowers flowersKLU lIorrPFIIAt flowersLLAt
PFIIAt KLU LLAt At her residence r U8 4 Madison av a Ne NeVork N Nork O Otork
Vork ork city June f 5 19O4 Adelaide wife of ofItam WH WHlUm WIIlI11m
lUm Howland Pelt And IIn l dau daurhlr hter of the I IS lai laiHenjamln laamllt Is Isflenjamin
Henjamln amllt and nd Anna M Schleltelln 1I1lrlln Ferris FerrtFuneral FrrlsFlmeral FerrisFuneral
Funeral aer1ce will b be held AI l thn I he Churrh Churrhthe Chun1tthe nl nltill
the Heavenly ReM II itt th av and 45th lh it t on onThtirnday 0 0Tlunlda aThursday >
Thursday June 0 at lain A M MKKLLTln MSULL litLLTln
SULL KKLLTln In Brooklyn Bronkl on June II IBM WII1U WllllaJ
3 SkeJIy IIIIcll belayed husb husband nd of Maryc 611r 1tsr c C Mr Mrfrey Mcsr Mcsrfrey
frey freyFuneral freyFuoelal freyFuneral
Funeral from his hI late realtlrnre 1 13 ires n raM Partisi raMal ratsioeThuiaiayJuneDatahOAst
si sioeThuiaiayJuneDatahOAst on Thursday TI as June 0 at 130 S9 A It 1 nequl nequlman R petttm petttmmans qlll qlllmMS
man at a the Church ot Our Isrty ot VkVir VkVirThroop VtctwThmop Itr ItrTbronp
Throop av and McDonoufh si sinLErSAt MWnLPNIA itlLLTSAl
nLErSAt Hanh Mullt wi L 1 on the ath tb ln lnJanes InJUllta liii liiiJsitiea
Janes R R Wllleta In the Mth III year rar ef M hIt ar arroneral are arellIIem 1ffsieral
roneral private
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