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Motion to Compel Com 1 Samuel and nd Caleb t tProduce to toProduce toProduce
Produce Rich Old Ambrose Anlbr 4I e Paper PaperWas Pa PaperiWu rl rlWu
Wu Delnc Argued When hen Samuel Stuck Stuela Stucka
a Knife Into Ills II Neck Neck1nU Will Net Die DieWhile OleWhile DieWhile
While Eugene D Hawkins counsel fo fothe for fCrtheexeCutors fortheexocutors
the theexeCutors executors ofthe of the will of Ambrose Amb oee Damp Bampton Dampton Baznpton
ton Burbank who wfto loft 1of tl000000 and whoe whoewill whoeeWillis whoewill
will Willis is to be Contested was telllngSurrogattFitzgerald telllngSurrogatt te1I1ngSurrogateFitzgerald telling Surrogate SurrogateFitzgerald
Fitzgerald yesterday that Samuel M Bur Burbank Burbank Burbank
bank brother of tho residuary legatee legateewas
was down in InhIs his law office making an af affldavlt affida atlidavit
fldavlt fida vlt to controvert statements put in ti tishow to tosbow toehow
show the probable existenoo of a later late1will laterwill latorwlU
will Burbank was cutting his throat with a apenknlre apenknife
1 penknife in tho lawyers office at 1 Nassau Nossaiutreet NassauIItreet Naeaubtreot
utreet Ho did not kill hlmnelf and is i i iprisoner a aprisoner aprisoner
prisoner in Bellevue BellsvueSamuel BellevueSamuel BellgvueSamuel
Samuel bad been the constant companion companionand
and attendant of his unole the testator testatorfor testatorfor testatorfor
for months up to the tb time of the ok okmans old oldmans oldmans
mans death on Jan 17 last at 20 East EaslEleventh EMtEleventh EastEleventh
Eleventh street Here the unok unoO lived llvetin livedIn livedIn
in a furnished room In a boarding houst houstkept hombkept housbkept
kept by Mrs Rose Connelly He was wasV2 wasP2
V2 12 years old and eccentric Those who whoare whoare whoare
are to contest the will offeled for probate probatideclare probatedoolare probatedeclare
declare that there was a later ater will thaiit that thatIt thatit
it was seen in a trunk In old Mr Burbanks Burbonkiroom Burbanksroom Burbanksroom
room a month before efore his death and thai thaiSamuel thl1tBarouel thatSamuel
Samuel M and his brother Caleb A Bur Burbonk Burbank Burbank
bank the latter the residuary legatee took toolall tookall tookall
all his papers after his death and deposited depositorthem depositedthem depositedthem
them in a safety deposit d poslt vault In their joinnames Joint Jointnames jointnames
names whereas according to law the theshould they tbeyshould theyshguld
should have been deposited in the names o oCaleb of ofCaleb ofCaleb
Caleb ABurbank A Burbank and Francis M Jenoks Jenoksthe Jenoksthe Jenoksthe
the two executors executorsThese executorsThese executorsThese
These allegations wero made before beforethe beforothe beforethe
the Surrogate yesterday on a motion by bythe bythe bythe
the contestants for an order to show cause causewhy caUSewhy causewhy
why the papers should not be produced producedby
by Caleb A and Samuel M Burbank It Itwas ItWI18 Itwas
was in answer to this motion Mr Haw Hawkins Hawkins HawIifls ¬
kins said that Samuel was at his office officemaking offioemaking officemaking
making the affidavit The office is that of oiHawkins ofHawkina ofHawkins
Hawkins I Delofield Lewis L Deldfleld Deldfleldbeing Del fteld fteldbeing fleldbeing
being tho junior partner partnerAfter partnerAfter partnerAfter
After the theatternpted attempted suicide Mr DelaBeld DelaBeldmade Delafteldmade Delafleldmade
made abrief a brief statement to the police which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they did not pass on According to the best beatinformation bestlntormatlon bestinformation
information obtainable Burbank was alone alonein alonein alonein
in Mr air Delaflelds private office when ho hotried hotried hotried
tried to end his hi life He cut his hI throat throattwice throattwloo throattwice
twice making a superficial wound about aboutfive aboutfive aboutlive
five inches long on the left side of the neck neckA
A crowd assembled aa embled aj the door to tp see the theambulance theambulance theambulance
ambulance take him away awayAt awayAt awayAt
At Bellevue ho said that he had been beendrinking beendrinking beendrinking
drinking all the week and was very very nervous nervouswhen nervouswhen nervouswhen
when he went to see Mr Hawkins his hisattorney hisattorney hisattorney
attorney Mr Hawkins was not in and andin andIn andin
in a moment of mental aberrationBurbank aberrationBurbankaa
118 1 he said f attdmpted t J to cut 1 T his il ilIt throat throatIt
It was said at the hospital that he was not notdangerously notdangerously notdangerously
dangerously hurt and that he would be ableto able ahleto ableto
to leave in five days daysThe daysThe I ITho
The will offered for probate wai 110 made madein madein madein
in March 1888 1S8 Under its provision pr vislonBamuel vislonBamuelBurbank Samuel SamuelBurbank SamuelBurbank
Burbank gets ge a legacy of I25JOOO sz oOO and Caleb Calebsshare Calehehare Calebshare
share U estimated at 750000 Only afew afewof afewor
of the relatives ore are re mentioned whereas whereasthe wbersaathe whereasthe
the contestants cont Stants aay that they can prove provethat provethat provethat
that the old man made two two wills later ier and andthat andthat andthat
that In the last one e all the thirtyfire rela relatives relatives relatives ¬
tives were mentioned for substantial sums sumsAccording sumsAccording sumsAccording
According to t the papers paperseubmltted submitted by them themto themto themto
to the Surrogate the will offered for prpbato prpbatowas p prjbatowas bate batewas
was merely a dorm form which the old man had h dhad dhaddrawn had haddrawn haddrawn
drawn up by John M MRlder Illdcr of f 2 26 Wall street streetto strootto
to follow when he should make his real will willIt willIt willIt
It Is alleged that this move was a part of a aKcheme aCheme ascheme
scheme he had conceived to save money moneyon
on the transaction Ho had heard that thatlawyers thatlawyers thatlawyers
lawyers charged according to tatba the amount amountof
of the estate His Idea was to have a will willwhich willhlcttdld willwhioidtd
which hlcttdld did not disclose the amounfof his hisfortune hi hifortune hisfortune
fortune by half and which he could co 1d use usewhen usewhen usewhen
when ho was WM making his own will This Thisthe Thisthe Thisthe
the contestants cont tant say explains why so few fewof foworthu fewof
of orthu th the relatives were eromentloned mentioned in the form formwhich formwhich formwhich
which th thllY y say Is offered for probate probateIt
It U I alleged by them that the tostator tostntornmdo tostatorlI1ade tostatormade
made a second will in December 1889 in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which all his hI relatives were were remembered rememberedand
and of which E B Newcomb his favorite favoritenephew favoritenephew favoritenephew
nephew wta 1as 11 made executor Mr New Newj Newcomb
j comb Hied In IgOO Tho old man wrote wroteletters wrotelettell wroteI
I letters It Ii alleged to tho effect that be bowas beIM bewas
was Iwthpred < greatly to find anyone to take takeNewcombn takeNewcomhlI takeNOWOOflhle
Newcombn Place and intended to make makeanother makeanotiwr makeanother
another will which he did the contestants contestantsroy
roy on June 151K7 t 187 This will wlllltl It h alleged allegedold alleg allegedold d dold
old Burbank showed to a confidential frlond frlondand frlondand friendand
and It U I tho document for which the tho con contestants cantestanro contestantn ¬
testants are now hunting huntingTho ltlllitingTho huntingThe
Tho pereon who h I alleged to have seen seenit SlellIt seenit
it it in tho trunk In tlm old mans room not notlong not10nR
4 long prior to his hi death U Mrs Mary Mal New Jfewcomli Newloomh Nowcomb
comb widow of E K B Newcomb the exe executor exeoutor exooutor ¬
outor of the thellcond second will To her Burbank Burbankgnvo BurbankItnvo Burbankgave
gave a bill of sale of 1100000 worth of bonds bondsto
to bo effective after his death There was wasconsiderable wuconsldernlle wasconsiderable
considerable friction between her and andfamuoi andamufJ andamue
famuoi amufJ M I Burbank Before the latter lattertried lattertried
1 tried to kill himself Caleb Burbank said in intho inIhe inthe
the Surrogates court yesterdayMrs yesterday e8terdayMm
Mrs Kewcomb hast hastshown has hasahown shown < < the he greatest greatesthostility greatesthOltUlty greatesthostility
hostility to my brother Samuel Ho came cameon cameon cameon
on here from fro t Arizona at my request to tonurso tonUlfe toatirso
nurso my uncle when my uncle became becamecerlously becamerrlou becamecrIously
cerlously rrlou ly ill and because blCau e he would not let letMrs letM letMrs
Mrs M Newcomb or any any other person annoy annoymy annoy annoyII1Y annoyfly
my uncle in his last Ia t illness Mrs Newcomb Newcombconceived NewcombconceheeI Newcombconceived
conceived a violent prejudice against him himIt himIt himIt
It was to MrsNewoomb that tha old ld Bur Burbank Burbank Burbank
bank wrote thfe th letters leters by which the th con contestants contfltants contestants ¬
testants hope to prove the existence of a aupcond apcond ateeond
upcond and third will They also hope to toshow toIIbGw toihuw
show that instead of bolng fond of Caleb Calebthe Calebthe Calebthe
the testator disliked him because ho had hadj hadMIItracted hadcentreefed
j cenrraefed a clandestine marriage with the thewidow thewidow thewidow
widow of Prescott Burbank a nephew nephewA
A copy of whet purports p rportl to be a letter letterfrom letterfrom letterfrom
from the testator to Mrs Newcomb at tho thoWaldorf thoWaldorfAstorilf theWaldorfAstorif
Waldorf WaldorfAstorilf Astoria and dated Nov No 2418W 2418Wwas 24 1fjg9 1fjg9WM 1899yas
was yas Included in the petition to the Surro Surrogate Surrogate Surrogate ¬
gate It is as follows followsv
1 1 Ban v Caleb C lleb jre Testeroa Ct5rd tertU I h haveseen have ve seen but butlittle butlittle butlittle
little of r him since he Informed Inrormldme me last October Octoberwith Octoberlltb Octoberlth
with lth his own pen that he bad m made d a clandes clandestine clandestlOP clandestine ¬
tine mnrrlnite ereral months previous previouswhich previouswhich Ylous Ylousblch
which blch he confessed lOnre d after a talk we had about aboutsome aboutOl1le aboution1e
some provisions of mr proposed wlll wlllI 111 111I
I told you OU ha was sly IInd nd this Is evidence evidenceroncluslre evidenceOncIIlllIYe evidenceCOnClUSIVe
roncluslre of the fact and I understand his hisobject hisobject hisobject
object of secrecy secrec Oh what wb t a d dd d fool foolto foolto foolto
to marry all s he did and commlttloB himself himselfthe hlmeelfhlO himselfthe
hlO the charge of a ready rt > ady made family on a ajmau aIIlhBllsalary aemsil
jmau IIlhBllsalary emsil salary of a clerk As you are well aware awarelie awarebe awarelie
lie J Lame came < over here seven years tars since but not notby notby notby
by or orthrough through any Influence of mine mineI
I thank you ou ever Ir so much for the magnify
ln InK c glass ela which I have not no yet It properly
trsted trstedTo trlltedTo S STo
To substantiate the allegation that A B BBurbank Burbank Bflurhank
Burbank urbank made a will In June 1887 the thefollowing thefollowing thefollowing
following copy of a letter written to Mrs MrsNrwcomb MrIISwcomb MrsNwcomb
Nrwcomb at the Waldorf on Nov 12 of that thatypar thatpar thatyear
year par was presented to the court courtIn courtIn courtIn
In relation to our conversation today todayACTOMORtlOSTS todaTA1rrOOBIUUI todyAToMornu
larWOTOHCHnUNS rill f0T01lc1I RUNS rt flat pare 10vUr 10AllrI
+ I W
about bout my rwiU will of June 13 last I trust you ou will wllke willkeep wt1keep
ke keep p perfectly confidential my remarks a as asI s sI
I nave have never neverinentloned mentioned the mutter to Caleb Calelor Calebor
or any anyone one else However 1 say thl a at atpreventloDforl as i iprevention a aprevention
prevention preventloDforl for 1 I have confidence In you youhonor your yourhonor yourhonor
honor Integrity and good faith to keep your youipromisenot yourpromise rourromlse
promisenot promise not to disclose your knowledge erei ereito eTen eTento eyento
to Dave and lid Mary MaryExhibit MaryExhibit MaryExhibit
Exhibit A Ain in the petition of tho contest contestant oontestant conteetant
ant purports to be a acopy copy of a part of i iletter a aletter alatter
letter to a relative In February 1890 whloh whtolwas whlohwas whlohwas
was destroyed at the request reque t of the testa testator testator testator
tor on On account of references toUncle John JohtM JohnM JohnM
M Burbanks conduct and d some other pri private pdate privato
vate ate matters Mrs Newoomb made the thicopy thecopy thecopy
copy before the original was destroyed destroyedIt
It was In this letter that the old man di divulged divulged divulged ¬
vulged his scheme to beat the lawyers In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the matter of fees fee for drawing his will willIt willIt willIt
It Is in part as follows foUowsI
I made my wlA In the last of December DeoemberlIoas HO HOas
as to begin the new decade all right I ap appointed IIppointed appointed ¬
pointed you and the president of the SafeDeposit Safe BareDeposit sateDeposit
Deposit Company No 140 Broadway execu executors executon ezecuturs ¬
ton and Mr Kroner and Mr > Alpheutt D DDu DDu I Iflu
Du Cola whom you Yllumet met at the library I brarywhell brarywhellyou when whenyou whenyou
you wero lost here witnessed It It II all 1111111 1111111m In Inmy inmy
my m handwriting and an made from a form I Ihad I Ihl1d Ihad
had done by b a lawyer tome months agowheu agowheuI
1 learned that the d dd d lawyers charge chargeaccording charcoaccordlnlr chargeaccording
according to the amount of the esAte that thatyou tbatyou thatyou
you dispose of so I did not consult oonsultany any ny ol olthem otthem ofthem
them themJohn themJohn themJohn
John M Rider of No 28 Wall street drew drewthe drewthe drewthe
the form of will willi 1 used usedMy UledMy usedMy
My witnesses will not mention that 1 made mademy mademy mademy
my will and you must muatnot not also to any an ana anaexcept QUOxcept oneexcept
except your wife I remembered all my myrelatives myrelatives
relatives and fixed matters for Sister Tolraan Tolraanand TolmUland Tolrnanand
and Sister 11111 as we talked about on your yourreturn yourreturn OUr OUrreturn
return from Maine but I think I will outlive outlivethem outlhethem outlivethem
them themIn themIn themIn
In addition to these one of the lawyers lawyersfor lawyeJ1lfor lawyerfor
for the contestants Mid yesterday yeste y that they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had in their possession other letters of the thetestator theteatator thetostator
testator in which ho describes de cribeoi the con contents contents contents ¬
tents of the missing 1897 will and writes that thatho thathe thatho
ho Is glad to say he has remembered all allhisrelatives allhllrolatlvtf allhisrelatlves
hisrelatives When the old man became becameseriously becameeriously becameseriously
seriously Ill he said Samuel Burbank Burbankturned Burbankturn Burbankturxied
turned turn d up from the West and he and Caleb fcalebconstituted CalebOOll8tltuted taIabconstituted
constituted themselves his bodyguard bodyguardSamuel bodyguardSamuel bodyguardSamuel
Samuel was there durin during g the last hourswhen hourswhenthe
the old mans mental faculties had collapsed collapsedcompletely collapsedcompletely collapsedcompletely
completely After Afterhls his leath the brothers brotherscounsel brotherscoun brotherscounsel
counsel coun el said took possession of all of his hlapapers hispapers hispapers
papers and have not since produced any anyof anyor anyof
of them except the first will willToday 11111Toclay willToday
Today continued the lawyer Samuel 1Samuelwas Samuelwas SamuelWIl8
was called upon in court to meet affidavits affidavitswhich affidavitswhich affldavitswhich
which allege the existence of these facts factsInstead factsInstead factsInstead
Instead of doing so he tried to commit commitsuicide commitaulcld commitsuicide
suicide suicideThere aulcldThere suicideThere
There are eightytwo nephews and andnieoes arodnleOO8 andnieces
nieces nieoesAt nleOO8At niecesAt
At the Old Slip station s tlon Samuel M Bur Burbank Burbank Burbank
bank was recorded as a retired merchant
65 years old of Mlnnehoha Ariz Others Otherseaid OthetllMid Otherssaid
Mid that he was In the tobacco business businessfor buslneesfor busineesfor
for many years In Henderson Ky and andthat andthat andthat
that when he did not make a success of it itho Ithe itho
ho went West and became a cowboy Ho Hocame Hocame Hocame
came to New York In 1003 and devotedly devotedlynursed devotedlynursed devotedlynursed
nursed his uncle day and night for months monthsIt
It is said that the old man became suspi suspicious susplclousof auspiclous ¬
cious clousof of every one else and would let no noone noone noone
one but Samuel minister to him Samuel Samuelnearly Samuelnearl SamuelnearI
nearly nearl broke down under the strain and andfearing andfe andfing
fearing fe ring for his reason his brother Caleb CalebInstructed CalebInetructedthe Calebijtrocj
Instructed Inetructedthe the J jdght nightnurse ght nurse to personate personateSamuelwhen pereonlitesamuelwhen personateSamuel
Samuelwhen Samuel when it was WI18 necessary to give the thepatient thepatient thepatient
patient medicine for the old man n n would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not take medicine from any one but Samuel SamuelAmbrose SamuelAmbrose SamuelAmbrose
Ambrose Bampton Burbank came fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the South after the war with about tiO000 tiO000which 140000which 40000which
which he made In tobacco growing By Byshrewd Byshrewd I Ishrewd
I Iswelled
shrewd Investments B his little fortune was wasswelled wasswelled
swelled to nearly a million millionIn
In Greenwood he erected crte a 1 monumental monumentalshaft monlmentl monlmentlshat monumenthishaft
shaft shat to himself hll1 and andtohlsfavorita to tohlsfavorte hisfavorite brother brotherDavid brotherDald brotherDavid
David R Burbank Buank who was WI associated associatedwith aited aitedwith associatedwith
with him in business blnO in Hendersnn There Thereis TheroII
is II a bronze bron figure fgre on each ea side Ide of the monu monument monument menumeat ¬
ment one of Ambrose Ambl who lies 1M buried buriedbonfeathlt buriedbotl burledbonbath
bonfeathlt botl It and one of David who in i buried buriedin bured buredin
in Kentucky KentuckyAmbrose Kentcky KentckyAmbroee KentuckyAmbrose
Ambrose boasted that th t he even made mademoney mademoney
bOt mae maemoney
money on the monument Hesucceeded Hesucceededin HIluce He sumeeded sumeededIn
in beating betng the sculptor down to so 10 low a aprice aprIc aprice
price prIc that the man afterward arlna declared declaredhe d lared laredhe
he had lost lUt 11800 118 1800 on the job jobCaleb JobCaeb jobCaleb
Caleb Caeb Burbank it i i > a lawyer and is i the themanaging themaning themanaging
managing maning clerk of Hawkins A Delafleld DelafleldHe Dla De1aeldHe eld eldHe
He declined decUne to discuss dlouM any phase ph8 of the e ercterday case caseyesterday cuseyesterday
yesterday yesterdayCAXT rcterday rcterdayCANT yesterdayCANT
Friends Fiend Pear Fea Some Sme Accident Aoldent AcotdentSuipaslon AcotdentSuipaslonDue Suspension SuspensionDue DD DDDue
Due to t Ills 11 Disappearance DisappearanceA Dlpanmo DlpanmoA
A Fountain Foutn Westervelt who joined Joied the theConsolidated theConldat theConsolldated
Consolidated Conldat Exchange Echge on May My 13 I 1603 1603and ID 1903and
and whoso 1b0e suspension suspion was announoad on onJuno onJune onJuno
Juno 131004 131 13 1904 thirteen thirtn months monthlater later has h dis disappeared disappred dlsappeared ¬
appeared appred according arding to one of his business businessassociates businessassociates
associates alates This man sold Bd that tht the last lastseen wtsn lastaeon
seen sn of Mr MrWcstereU Westervelt was wa when he h left his hisboarding hisboardlnR hisboarding
boarding house hous in Hackensaok Hackenak suit lult case casein caseIn
in hand on Saturday night < What Wht has hasbecome hMbme hasbecome
become bme of him neither his relatives relatves nor norfriends norfrend norfriends
friends have any idea ideaWhen Ide ideaWhen
When he loft lils s boarding brding house hou he b said saidhe ad adhe saidhe
to visit a friend Westervelt Westerveltwas
he was gomg goig ilt fried Wetervelt WeterveltWI18
was WI18 a engaged to be b married maie to a young youngHackonsack youngflackensack oungHakensack
Hackonsack Hakensack engag woman the wedding wedng to take takeplace te teplace takeplace
place this summer Buer summers Since his disappear disappearance dlsppr dlsppranc ¬
ance anc his brother and brotherinlaw brotherinlw have havebeen havebeen
been bn trying trng to find fnd him and they expressed expressedfear
fear fer yesterday yestery that tbt some accident aident had hadfallen be befallen bep bepfallen
fallen the broker brokerIt brokerI
It I was wa because bu of his failure falure to appear appearon appr appron
on tho exchange exohg on Monday that th his h hl BUS BUSpension BU suepension
pension was 118 announoed He was wa short
430 Pnion 41 shares shres of Atchison Athin and these the were w e sold soldout soldout ld ldout
out undor the rule The difference dUferenc Was Waspaid U Upd aapaid
paid by his relatives relatve His business busln0 asso associate uscciate ¬
ciate pd said ald that thateo so far as I his relatives knew knewthere kew kewthere knewthere
there was 118 no reason ren why he should disap disappear disppr disappear ¬
pear Ho had no entanglement entang1erlm that they theyknew theyknew
knew pr kew of and he was not in any ay particular particularneed particuiarneed
need of funds fundsTO fundsTO fundsTO
Colonel Colonr and Waff r of a Massachusetts JUulua JUuluament Ba Bament peimeat >
ment to Receive aeee Instructions InstructionsBOSTON IntruUone IntruUoneBOSTN InstruotlonaI3osTO
BOSTON BOSTN June 14 1Cl 14Cal Col William Wilam A Pew Pe of oftKe ofUe oftile
tile Ue Eighth Infantry Inantr M 1I V M with wih the staff staffand staffand
and line lne officers officrs of f his command ommand will wi go goto goto goto
to the Military Mitar Academy Acey at West Wet Point for forInstruction forInstmcton forinstruction
Instruction Instmcton during durin the week from fr June Jun Juaflto 25 25to 25t
to t July 2 Upward Upwar of forty officers olors will willparticipate wi willparticipate
participate picpt becoming bi amenable enb1e to Academy Academydiscipline Acey AceydiIplne Academydiscipline
discipline diIplne using usg the barracks brke messing messingwith meing meingwith messingwith
with theoadeU and andforlnto andforming forming to all a intent intentand intentsand
and purposes thec a temporary epor special spl class 0l in inWest inThefuUcourso
West prs Point PointThe Point PointTe
The ThefuUcourso full ful course cour of Instruction imoUon has h not notbeen nt ntben notbeen
ben been Te fully fuly mapped out but each eh officer officerwill ofor officerwIll
will carry a mapp Krag Kr and 300 3 rounds of ball ballammunition ballammunition
ammunition 111 amunton c his h revolver swlyer and run ammunition ammunitionfor auniin auniinfor
for fo It ItCol It
Col Pew has h secured permission In for thb thbinnovation th thinnovation
innovation Innvtin Cot in the th Ir routine routn of West W Point Poit only onlyafter ow owatr onlyafter
after encountering eoountrg many may obstacles obtacle The Thewedge Te Tewe Thewedge
wedge was entered entr a year ago when wbe a mall smallparty mallparty
we party of his b officerscot ol Jot three th t days d Instruc Instruction instruotion I ¬
tion pry at the post Their eagerness to learn learnand leernand
and ton their the theP ability aity to absorb a ee r Regular Rl army armymethods a armymethods
methods an metho impressed Impm many of those ih con concerned oencred concorned ¬
corned cred IU I effect cet on the th drill dr and andrutlne andrutlneof routine routineof
of the Eighth Ehth Infantry Iatr was W notable notableLatest atble atbleLtHt notableLateit
Latest LtHt Marine Mare IntelllgeBt IntelllgeBtArrived laeU laeUArht IeteillgaeeArdved
Arrived Arht 3a Frtcdrkb Ftdrdi dee de Gro a Grease Bremea lmo rmca 4ms J a 5
TIlE BRIDE BRDB AT CHURCH DOOM DOOMChurch bQtm bQtmaueRldrd bOF1If bOF1Ifchurch
aueRldrd Church Raided After t tbe Ceremony Ceemony Cerent ny and andStripped and8tlP andStripped
8tlP Stripped of Decorations De DeeorIlossPeanflt oMnut Peanut and andLemonade andLmonade andLemonade
Lmonade Lemonade Vender nde and Drewmakert DHmaentn DHmaentnth In Inthe Inthe
the th Tfcreng TbronsTcnm Town ef Wayne ae Tarns Tarl Out OutPHILADELPHIA OutPHILDELHI OutPnuanEnruIL
PHILADELPHIA PHILDELHI June l4Robert 14Rbert 14 Bobert Goelel Goelelof Oolet Ooletof Goeletof
of New York Yor and Elsie Elie Whefca Whelt of ofPU Phlla Phllaidelphla Philadelphia
delphia known as I the most mOt beautiful beuUfulglrl beuUfulglrlof girl girlof girlof
of Philadelphia Phiaelpbla were wer married marrie today to day at atLittle atLitte atLittle
Little Litte St Marys Mar Church In Wayne WayeMl Miss MlscRoosevelt MissRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rvelt was one of the bridesmaids bridesmaidsThe bidemld
The people pple flocked foked uninvited uninvit to the church churchand churh churh4d churchand
and 4d became bee a mob mobThe mobThe mobThe
The army any of tho uninvited marched marhed to tcWayne toWaye toWayne
Wayne Waye from miles mlcaround around Almost Al0tatday Al0tatdaybr at day daybreak daybreak ¬
break br came cale permit p8nut venders vender lemonade lemonadestands lemonadestd lemonadestands
stands std lines lnes of carriages carrlagO and decorated decoratedomnibuses dertd dertdomlluses decoratedomnibuses
omnibuses omlluses souvenir louvenlr boilers eler and people peoplegenerally peoplegeeraly peoplegenerally
generally generallyThere geeraly generallyThere
There was wa the mobbing of the bride Irlde by byscores bySC byscores
SC scores of women there was the sack sak of the thechurch thechuroh thechurch
church after the ceremony and the tht removal removalof
of all al decorations decoratons as souvenirs souveirs there was wasthe wa wasthe
the gaping curiosity crl0ly that made one woman womanlose womanloe womanlose
lose loe her hel false teeth teth there was wa the crush crushthe cmshthe crushthe
the swelter sweltr of guests guts confined In a tented tentedcorridor tent tentedcorridor
corridor the spectators spectator perched in trees treesand tre treand treesand
and on fences fenc there were twenty enterpris enterprising enterrl ¬
lag lo dressmakers dremlers who came out In advance advanceof dvanceof
of the special splaltraln train so 8 as to gather hints hintsfrom hlntafrom hintsfrom
from the gowns of the guests guestsTho gue guestsTho
Tho townspeople of Wayne Waye showed showe a clear clearappreciation olearappreIaton clearappreciation
appreciation appreIaton of their duties dute All Al across acro the thefront thefront thefront
front of one bakery bkery ran a great sign signWe signWe signWe
We made the wedding cake cakeThe cakeThe cakeThe
The drivers driver of the omnibuses omnibuse had strips stripsof strip
of canvas canva decorating deoratng their vehicles ehlcle These Thesebore The Thesebore
bore bre such names name as a Honeymoon Honeyon Mar Marriage Marriage Marrlage ¬
riage Bells Bels and Sweetheart Houses Houseswere HOU HOUwere Houseswere
were decorated dooorted with wlh flag fagand flagsand and everybody everybodywaa ev rybody rybodywa
was wa out somewhere lomewhers near ner the church churchFew churohFew churchPew
Few of those tbos who streamed streme into int St Marys MarysChurch MarysChurh MarysChurch
Church Churh realized rlz that they had narrowly narrowlyescaped nrrowly nrrowlyeap narrowlyescaped
escaped having to stand in the open air airwhile airwhUe airwhile
while eap the ceremony was performed prored Those Thosein Thos Thosein
in charge of the arrangements had forgot forgotten rorgotten forgotten ¬
ten the necessity neetyofakln of asking permission pnlion from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Rev Charles Crle M Armstrong Arstron for the use useof us usof useof
of his church churchThe Qhurh QhurhTe churchThe
The Te Rev Rv Mr Armstrong Arstrong felt very bad badabout badaut badabout
about aut It it He did not desire deire to take part partin prt prtin partin
in the service but he did think he should shouldhave Ihouldhave shouldhave
have been ben consulted consule Some Se of his par parishioners pr prihners parishloners ¬
ishioners ihners felt so 8 deeply in the matter mattr that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the wedding wedng guests would have found the thechurch thechurh thechurch
church churh locked loked upon upn their arrival arrv had not notthe notthe notthe
the Rev Floyd Tomklns Tomkin of Holy Itly Trinity Trinitywho Trnity Trnitywho Trinitywho
who was wa asked aked to assist aist Bishop MoVickar MoVickarat BloVlckar BloVlckarat
at the ceremony cermony and who learned learne of the therectors therectors therectors
rectors feelings feUngB in the matter written writtenhim wrten wrtenh writtenhim
him h a note Dot and paved pave the way to have the thematter thematter thematter
matter straightened Itraightened out satisfactorily satisfactorilyAt stisfactorily stisfactorilyAt
At first frst the Invited guests gathered g the in inlittle Inltte Inlittle
little ltte groups near the church but ad a n the thecrowds thecrowds thecrowds
crowds group increased Increaed they tried to seek sok refuge refugewithin rfuge rfugewltbln refugewithin
within To get to tho church It was neces necessary neo neoery Decessary ¬
sary ery to pass p through though a sixty sixy foot canvas canvastunnel canvl canvastunnel
tunnel erected erect for the protection prottion of tho thoguests thogtte thegUests
guests gtte dismounting from carriages cll About Aboutfifty Abut Abutfify Aboutfifty
fifty fify guests g et esis entered entr this ths tunnel tunnl at the same sametime sametime ametime
time but upon arriving at the church cuh door doorthey drthey doorthey
they found it locked lockedThen loke lockedThen
Then they startedUto atartedo retreat retrt but found foundthis foud foudthis foundthis
this Impossible Impibl as a scores Br0 of others had hadstarted h hadstrted
started to follow Into the church ohurh and ad a athrong athrong athrong
throng of curiosity curioity seekers skers blocked b1ked the thecanvas th thecanvas
canvas cva tunnel tunel completely ompetly For ten t min minutes mi mm mmutea ¬
utes ut the early guests guet were squeezed Iquee and andhalf andhf andhalf
half hf suffocated sulocat in this canvas cvas prison and andthen ad adthe andthea
then the as Q tho church churh doors dors stiLl stn remained remainedclosed remed remedco remainedcloeed
closed some of the women raised rased the can canvas c cvl canvu ¬
co vas vl from the bottom botom and ad crawled crawl out of ofprison ofprin ofprison
prison prisonSome prin prisonSome
prinSme Some Sme semblance smblce of order was restored restoredby retorod retorodby restoredby
by the arrival of two squads squn of Philadel Philadelphia Pbllel Pbllelphl Philadelphia ¬
phia phl police ploe Popcorn Popr lemonade and andpeanut andpnut andpeanut
peanut pnut venders wondered wldor throughout the thecrowd thecrwd thecrowd
crowd crwd The first firt of the wedding weding party pty to toarrive toarve toarrive
arrive were the three the New York ushers ushersOgden ubers ubersOge ushersOgden
arve Ogden Mills Mil Jrf Jr Arthur Athur Burden Burde and Robert RobertGerry Rbrt RbrtGr RobertGerry
Gerry Gr Oge They came ce in I a station stlon hack and andattempted andattempt andattempted
attempted attempt to t aid ad the police poloo in keeping keping tho thecrowd thocrow thocrowd
crowd bock bk Somebody Smeby started stt to throw throwthings throwthg throwthings
crow things thg at them and they retreated rstrted The Thestriking Thestikig Thestriking
striking stikig pink gowns gwB cavalier cvalier hats and pink pinkparasols pik pikparal pinkparaso
paral paraso parasols of the bridesmaids made them a ashining aIhling ashining
shining mark mk for the crowd crowdThe crowdThe crowdThe
The bridesmaid brd brfdesma1swere mdwere were Miss l Alice Aloe Roosevelt Reese Re Revelt Reesevelt ¬
velt Miss M Esther Ether White hit Harrison Miss MissFrances MisaFrances 11
Frances Fro Gtiscom Orcom Miss Mi Adelaide Adelide Jordan JordanMiss Jorn JornM JordanMiss
Miss M Edith Quest Ouet Bruen Bren Miss M Pauline PaulineDiddle PaulineBiddle PaulineDiddle
Diddle Miss Ml Marion Mrion Haven and Miss Mi Nora NoraIselin NoraIln NoraIselln
Iselin Iln The ushers uhrs were WIr Ogden Mills MillsArthur 111 MillsArthur i iArur
Arthur Arur Burden Robert Rbrt Gerry Grry Rogers RogersWinthrop Rgrs RgrsWinthrp RogersWinthrop
Winthrop Winthrp and William Wilam B Whelen WhelenSoon Welen WelenSn WhelenSoon
Soon Sn a closed cl0ed carriage carg with yellow ylow gear gearwas Ir Irwa gearwas
was wa seen approaching apprching It contained oontned Miss MissWhelen MI MissWhelen
Whelen Wlen and her father with Mrs Edwin EdwinMoore Ewin EwinMore EdwinMoore
Moore More Robinson Aa A the carriage carg came cometo cameto cameto
to a stop ItoP near ner the entrance entrno to the canvas canvastunnel canvastunel canvastunnel
tunnel tunel the crowd orwd gave one long l ng surge surgeforward surgeforard surgeforward
forward forard Police PoUc barriers baren were wer swept Iwep away awayin awayin way wayin
in an instant instantYou Instt InsttYou instantYou
You cant ct keep kep us u back bak now soreamed screamedthe soreamedthe soreamedthe
the women omen fighting fghtng their way past the theofficers t tl tlofficers
officers and pulling pullng and wrestling wrtlnl their theirway theIrwy theirway
way wy to the front The T canvas cVa tunnel tunnelrooked tunel tunelrke tunnelooked
rooked rke and seemed sme about to fall fa On Onpressed Onprd Onpressed
pressed prd the women The horses hor became becamefrightened bcame bcamefightne becamefrightened
frightened fightne and reared rred but the women womendid womendid omen omendd
did not care careIn cr careIn
dd In the the midst of this tis throng thrng Miss M Whelen Whelenstepped 7helen 7helenstepped elen elenltpped
stepped ltpped from frm the carriage carge and despite despitethe depit despitethe
the protection prtton of several policemen pol men and andthe andthe andthe
the ushers uhers the bride was frightened frghtne not nota
a little lte The women omen fingorefi fngor her gown gownand gownand gownand
and seemed smed ready ny to pull her ler to t ple pleTh pieces piecesThere es esThere
There Th r wore wet screams sorea and struggles trggle and andthen andthen andthen
then the te bride brde disappeared dlppard down the pas passageway PI PIegway passageway ¬
I IIMide
sageway sagewayInside sagewayIsslde
egway Inside the wedding weding began Bishop BishopMoVickar BishopIloVIckar BishopMoVickar
MoVickar IloVIckar performed perrore the ceremony MlM MlMRoosevelt II s slt
Roosevelt Rel lt oeevelt and the other bridesmaids did didtheir didteir didtheir
their teir part part The chimes che rang out out The Thewedding TheWdln Thewedding
wedding Wdln was over overThen overThen overThen
Then the tl women womtn stormed terme the rear rar of the thechurch thechurh thechurch
church churh They climbed clmb over tho sexton sextonand sextonand xton xtonand
and entered eJter The great bridal bell bel of ofros ofr ofroee
ros r roee > beneath beneth which the thf marriage marage had hd been beencelebrated bn bnclebralo beencelebrated
celebrated clebralo was torn tor to pieces plO lowers Jlowers and andgreens andgJ1 andgreens
greens were stripped Itrpped from the pews and a aclean aclean aclean
gJ1 clean sweep made nde of the palm leaf lsf fans fansthat fanthat fansthat
that had h been ben scattered lct r throughout thrOhout the thepews thepew thepews
pews It was w necessary ne neoesesa to call rl the te police policeThe plc policeThe
honeymoon honeymoonTIE honeyon honeyonTIE The Goelets OOlets will wi go to Europe Eurp on their theirhoneymoon teir teirhoneyon theirhoneymoon
Placed Pao There eet Jf Mt After At a Train TaIn Containing ContainingPrcddrat Cntalnlnl CntalnlnlPetMfUm ContaIningPrcsldei4
Prcddrat PetMfUm MtUra Had Hd HdOREn Pasted PastedGREAT PassedCnaEr
GREAT BARRINQTOK BARRINOTN Mass MU June 14 14President 14Pdet 14President
President Pdet Mellon Mel0 of the Mew ew Haven HavenRailroad HavenRailroad
Railroad RaUI had h barely brly arrived ave at Stock Stockbrldge Stockbrldgeod bridge bridgeon
on on the te Berkshire Bs express expl from New York Yorkcity Yorkcltylt Yorkcity
city cltylt last night when whe a freight frigh train trdolow trdolowIng follow following following ¬
into railroad tie that had been beenplaced beenpleedon
ing ran rn ito a rird te tat bn bnpl
placed pl pleedon on the te tracks trs a mile mie south luth of the theBtockbridge theStbdg theStockbrldge
Btockbridge Stbdg station stationThe atton attone stationThe
railed The e freight frht narrowly narwly escaped epe being binS do dorailed dos dosrifled
Police Poloe Headquarters lfdqlrun Sa S Si > v This TII M I a i Cats ci sr srItnpotnee f fImportance rIm
Importance ImportancePoliceman Im ItnpotneePoliceman rt
Policeman Nash of theTenderloin the Tenderloin ala station alationwho ¬
Na o tie sa satonwh
tion tonwh tionwho who Is stationed at Fortysecond atFortyson street streetsaw stret stretIW streetsaw
saw IW two erat smart looking lokIng young youg youngmen men merr running runningdown runningdown lg lgdown
down Sixth Sllh avenue early ely lost night and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two men running runing after ater them shouting shoutingSop lboutig lboutigSop shoutingSop
Sop themv them tbemlT themiThe
v The T young yug men carried suit cases ca Nash Nashchased Nashchad Nashchaied
chased chad them to Fortyfirst Fortylrt street IItt and andcaught andcght andcaught
caught cght them Before he could c ld find fd out outwhat outwhat outwhat
what It was all about the other oth r pursuerscame pursuers pursuerscame
came up They were Detective DttveBrget DetectlveSergeanta DetectlveSergeantaBonn Sergeants SergeantsBonnll prsu
Bonnll Bnn Bonn l il and 4d Burke of Police Polc Headquarters Headquartersand Headquaters Headquatersand
and said sId that they theywant wanted those tho men menThe menThe menThe
The prisoners prinrs were wee taken first frst rst to t theTen theTenderloln the Ten Tenderloin Iendorloin ¬
derloin station statl n but no complainant cp1alnant ap appeared ap appeered ¬
peered against aglMtthem them there and Jhelr their names namesdidnt ne namesdidnt
didnt pe go on onLhe the te blotter blott Fromthe Fom th Tender Tenderloin Tetder Tetderloin Tenderloin ¬
loin the sleuths sleuttk sleuthetook look their prisoners prl rs to Police PoliceHeadquarters Polc PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters H q ters where they were locked loke up upThe upTie upThe
The Tie sergeant srgeat on duty there said ealdthat that he hecouldnt hecouldt hecouldnt
couldnt couldt give glv out the names name of the te two twoyoung twoyung twoyoung
young yung men as ashe he had positive psitive orders order from fromInspector rromInsptor fromInspector
Inspector Insptor McClusky Mclusky not to t reveal revel their theiridentity theirIdenty theiridentity
identity Identy He said sid however that they werehold were yerohold ere ereheld
hold in a case ce of importance importanceOne
One of the local lol police polce said he h thought thoughtthat tbough thoughtthat
that one of the prisoners was U the nice n1c nice young youngman youngman youngman
man who on Monday night engaged a aW aS
S W 0 room In Mrs Andersons Anclon boarding brdIng house houseat
at 18 1 West Wet Fortysixth street strot and departed departedthe dep d dthe
the name Ime evening with Wih 125 2500 worth Wort of ofjewelry ofjewelr ofjewelry
jewelry belonging blongIng to Mrs W W Scott Btt of ofWatertown ofWaterton ofWatertown
Watertown The other man he thought thoughthad thoughthad thoughthad
had worked worke a similar Ilmlar game In the West WestFortyseventh Wft WftFortyeoventh WestFortyseventh
Fortyseventh street 8tree precinct precinctOne prelnot prelnotOne precinotOne
One of the men wore a suit of clothes clotheslike oolhe clotheslike
like lke a suit stolen from a house hus in West WestFortyeighth WestFortyeighth WestTortyeighth
Fortyeighth street Bonnoil Bonnol and Burke Burkewere Burkewere Burkewere
were up at the house hOU8 last night and got a adescription adlrlpton adescription
description dlrlpton of the men and found in the theroom tie tieroom lie lieroom
room they had hd occupied ocupie a billy b1y a mask maskand mukand maskand
and a jimmy jimmyTHREE JImmyTIIIlI jimmyThREE
Five 1 ln Young olnl Mrn MrnSettleFamIIy Irn Hte Nettle Family Vanll DIITrrrnors DIITrrrnorsIn Ulrrrnt
In a Lively Lnl hattIe IlattlrBnvANTViiLK hattIeBnyANrv1LE at atBRYANTIL
BnvANTViiLK BRYANTIL Ind IJd June14 JuneHThree Three are aredead ar aredead
dead and two wounded wounde OH the result rOult of a abattle abatte abattle
battle batte between betwen the Rout and the tie Tow fam families famle lamilies ¬
ilies le In the streets strets of this village vilge today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The fight fght is I the culmination culminaton of a feud which whichhas whichhl18 whichhas
has existed existe for several years yearsThe yearsThe eal
The dead dod arc James Jame Rout aged 32 32Charles 3j 3jC1arle 32Charles
Charles C1arle Rout Rott aged 30 Milton Mion Tow To aged34 aged34James aged 34 34James 34James
James Tow aged Iged 22 was Wil probably prolbly fatally fatallywounded fataly fatalywounde fatallywounded
wounded wounde and Frank Frnk Tow aged age1 20 se seriously tC tCrlously sorlously ¬
rlously wounded woundedA wounde 1 1A
A free fr gravel grvel road election eletion was 8 being beinghold bing bingheld beinghold
hold and the little village Uag was 118 crowded crowdedFarmers crowde crowdedFarmers
Farmers Faner from the surrounding Rurundlng country countrygathered countr countrygathered
gathered and there ther was wa considers cllidera Me Medrinking Jledrinking le ledrinking
drinking Shortly Shorty before beror noon non the two twoRout twoRlt twoRout
Rout Rlt brothers drove into town in a livery liveryrig lvery lveryrIg liveryrig
rig The Tow ow boys were standing near neareach Mareach neareach
each other Inthe In the crowd around the election electionbooth el electionbooth ion ionbth
booth bth when whln the Rout boys by drovo past pastThere plt pltTher pastThere
There Ther Is a dispute us to whether there therewere thel thelere therewere
were ere apy alY words wor before the shooting shootng began beganand beganand beganand
and itU ItI also in doubt us W to who fired tre the thefirst the thefirstehot
first trts firstehot shot ot but blt it IlccmE seemed tobo 10 tojrn mutually r rg rgnle rcog rcognized cog cognlzed
nlzed nle that it was Ia a death doatf battle bate Each of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the five men len drew a revolver rvolver and each eh side sidendvanqed sideadv sIdeadvnc
adv advnc ndvanqed I all al firing firingThe frng frngThe t tThe
The men mn were wor not fifteenfeet fre1et fifteen feet apart aart when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the firing frin ceased C and on the te ground throe throelay thre threelay
lay dead de one dying with wih a bullet through throughhis throu h hhll
his neck and ad the fifth fth with wit a a bullet bulet wound woundthrough woundthrough woundthrough
through his hi arm ar hn and one in bin hl ride rideTho Ilde IldeTho sideThe
Tho crowd had scattered scttr hastily 11atly when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the shooting shootng began and none of tho by bystanders bystander byutanders ¬
standers stander wa WI was struck Btok although over twenty twentyfve twentyfive
five fve shots shob were werf fired firedGOT fr firedGOT
Tset Target Practice Practic of the IUollrld Illinois Held Lp tp at atSea a atSea
Sea Se by b Small Smal Fishermen FishermenNRWPOBT Femrn FemrnNRWIRT FIshermenNnwvonv
NRWPOBT NRWIRT R I June 14 1Tls 14This This message nuwaagowas mNgo mNgowa messagewas
wa was received rive this evening by wireless wirele tele telegraph telegrph telegraph ¬
graph grph from Capt Royal B Bradford Brford in incommand Incommand incommand
command of tho battleship battelhlp Illinois IllinoisI Ilnois IlnoisI
I regret that tht the Illinois Ilnois should Inany Inanyway InaDYway innyway
way contribute to tho bad luck of fisher fishermen ftlher ftlhermen fishermen ¬
men but I have no discretion d reUon in connec connection conn connton connecion ¬
ion ton with conducting conductng target practice pmcU off offNo ol olNo offNo
No Mans 1ans Land Lnd If I tho target targt range rge IB i kept keptclear keptclear keptclear
clear of fishing fhlng vessels veell the practice p ctoe will willsoon w1 willsoon 1
soon be b over otherwise othoriA It I may last lat all allsummer 11 a Ii Iisummer
summer summerTodays suer suerTodas summerTodays
Todays target practice prcUco was WI held up uptwlco tIptwice uptwico
twice for a long period pro each time tme by byfsh byfshIng fish fishing fishing ¬
ing smacks smckl deliberately delberatlly crowing cllng the thernge therngewhen range rangewhen rangewhen
when there was ample room and a fair fairwind fairwind fairwind
wind to pasflelther pa eiher sldo These The hold ups upsI up
I am glad to say fY are ar not general genenL but con confinndto confneto conflnedto
finndto fneto a class ol of small smalllll sloops p and smacks smacksI lmacks lmacksI
I think a battleship btlfl lp of the United Unle8tatc States StatesNavy StatesNavy
Navy is entitled enttNI to more morecoeu moroeo courteous rteous treat treatment trt trtment treatmeat ¬
ment and request ruest that the ho Illinois Ilnois in the theperformance Iheptl theperformance
performance ptl ormanoof of a public publo duty may receive receivegreater rhe rhegreater receivegreater
greater consideration conR consideration derton dertonB
Capaln II S N Commanding CommandingTho
Tho fishermen ft8beren say M that the shooting fhooUnR of ofbig ofbig ofbig
big guns gns on the tbIlnols Illinois is preventing them themfrom themfrm themfrom
from frm catching fish fishF fsh fshfOIN fishWOMAN
Saw lwa a Depositor Opllor Withdraw Wlhdraw8 SSOO BOO While Wie She SheWas Se Seal Shewas
Was al Wklllng altns to Put Pt In InSOUTH I I ISotrrn
SOUTH SOUI FRAMINOHAM FRUINOH Mass la June 14 IA IAwomnl 14A 14Awomans A Awomans
womnl womans story stry of her suspicions susplclon roused ro by bysoclnp byaoein
811 aoein soclnp a adeplor depositor withdraw withraw Woo t 900 while whileshe whileIhe whileshe
she was waiting waWn to deposit deplt IS Ilt 5 at the Farmers Farmersand Fane Faneand Farmersand
and Mechanics Jlhahlo Savings Saving Bank Bnk here ber lost lostweek lt ltweek lastweek
week combined with other Apparently Apparentlygroundless apPnUy apPnUygroundle epparenUygroundless
groundless groundle rumors culminated clminated in a run runon rn rnon runon
on the te bank rUporl today todayTwo toayTo todayTwo
Two To weeks wek ago a a rumor was started startedto strt
to the effect etect that the bank waa w wadn n trouble troubleA touble toubleA
A few fl depositors deplton quietly quiety withdrew wihdw their theirdeposits teir teiroplts theirdposits
deposits oplts Last week wlk the rumors ruors increased increasedand Inoe Increasedand
and more mo depositors depit withdrew withdrw their th Jrdeplts JrdepltsI deposits depositsIt
I It was WI not until yesterday ytrday afternoon aftnoon how however however however ¬
ever that that anything like lke a run was made madeon madeon madeon
on the bank bnk when between btwen 18000 1000 8000 and 110000 110000had 110000h 10000 10000had
had h been bn paid pld out outToday outToday o oToay
Today Toay the bank officers ofors prepared pre for fora
a continuance oontlnuano of the run and had ha plenty plentyof plln y yof
of cash C h About 110000 was withdrawn withdrawntoday wlthara1 withdrawntoday
today todIY todaya
H a The officers officei of the bank say Ir there U I no nocause nocu nocause
cause cu for a run and that the the bank Is II in a acondition acondIton acondition
condition condIton to satisfy etdy all al obligations oblgaton at 100 100cents 100cnts 100cents
cents cnts on the dollar dolar Chairman Locke Lke of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Commissioners Cmmlloners of Savings SavinI Banks Bs said saidtoday sid sidtoay saidtoday
today toay tion tionTHIS tionTills that the thl bank was lln in sound condi condition cndi cnditon condltion ¬
ton tonTilS
The Te Woman Suing lunl Meyer Mqt Guggenheim OnsenhrIm If IfNot I INot IsNot
Not Mrs MJ Eliai ElaDental EllisDenIals Denials by the Sue SueOne SueOne SueOne
One of the questions qutol18 that the down or ormore ormore ormore
more reporters rporrs out hunting huntng for Hannah HannahMcNamaro Hanah HanahMcNa HannahMoNainara
McNamaro McNa who is trying trng to get 1100000 1100000damages 100000damages
damages dama for fo breach br of promise pro out of Meyer Meyerlinger MeyerOuggnl MeyerGuggenheim
Ouggnl Guggenheim the tptuaaan septuagenarIan smel smelting smeltingmagnate g gnltf
magnate ake asked yesterday of Her Henry w wUngr WUnger
linger nltf Ungr her counsel counselNo cul rtery wu Ul this thisMr
Mr Unger Is It plble possIble that your our In InTlible inxisibie
Tlible xisibie pll1lntl plaintik Is rly realy Hannah EII18 EII18No Ellas EllasNo
No such luck said Mr r linger seriously doriouslymy Irously
I a am yilling lln to catribute contribute alI all I c can to the theJayety thegayety
gayety lf Df nations hut I on can Uuryu assure you tht thtmrclpntlnt that thatmy
my Jayety mrclpntlnt client isnt Hannah Hanh RUss EllasHannah EII RUssHaunab
Hannah Ja > f McNamara McNam is still stil invisible invisiblef Invible InvibleDute i iDlidneas
Dlidneas Dute and d liver lver complaint fmpla cured c by b Boons
Laxatives Laln perfect p relief BO dlscomtoruA dtmfor dIseiortAOr A Ar
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W A1HL > 1 > t <
llEILdflN ffl7ff ffl7ffC4ME
For Forwlr Forward want Compartment pmet Full 1 af o f Water ifoterru Watersrts
srts ru Out 8 Out t Again Ap1ewo1 for NerwlDft NSFWOSome WMJi WMJiSome
Some Sme ef rilerpnee rilerpneeNew tfferpasenserOtIieflaks tfferpasenserOtIieflaksa ncrPaiseniers Otoeri ake akea
a New Haven llvn Train T T sln fee re a Free ne neThe Bid BidThe ai aiThe
The Sound Sund steamer atemer Chester CeterW W Chapln Chaplnbumped cpin cpinbumpe Chipinbumped
bumped bumpe Into Int the rooks at the tt < south 8th end endof endof endof
of Wards Wars Island lland r last it evening on o her herway herwa1 herway
way to Norwich Conn Conn Some Slootte of the women womenamong womenaong womenamong
among aong Nori her he passengers palers were we a good o deal dealscared deal8r dealscared
of the theChopins theCaplns theChapins
scared The Te compartment cornpii ment t forward
8r Chopins Caplns collision oUllonbnllhead Om bulkhead filled fUewit with withwater withwater
water wRtr and after being1 beh1 ben beached behero for a 1 time timeon timeon
on Bikers Rkers Island she came cme hack to this thiscity thiscty thiscity
city cityLate cty LleJ8 Late lost night she Ihe he started sare on for Nor Norwich Norwich Norwich ¬
wich again under her own steam sta and with withabout withabout withabout
about aln half hf of her original ollnl passengers plge still stillon ltU stULon
on board br The rest had accepted the offer offerof olerof offerof
of the New Haven rhadacpe railroad people Pple to give givethem alvethem givethem
them their money mony bock lac r and an provide provfdethom provfdethomwith them themwith themwith
with free fr rail rsl transportation transpraton to New Haven Havenaa Havena
aa a wall wallAccording wel wellAccording
According Accrding to the te report of Capt apt Row Rowlands Rowlands Rowlands ¬
lands of the Chapin he was wal working up upInto upinto upinto
Into Hell lel Gate about ten te teiimlnutes minutes minute before beforee bf re
6 oclock oclok when he found foud himself hil hemmed hemmedIn heme
In between hetwrn the ferryboat College Colege Point and anda
a blltow bljsttow of car cat floats fots and nd barges bg pulled pulledby puledby pulledby
by tugboat tugbot 10 of the NewYork New Haven Havenand Have Haveand Havenand
and Hartford Line LineThe LIneTe LineThe
The Te tide tde was W strong ati at otig and in his effort effortto efort efortto
to avoid a collision clliin Capti Cpt Rowlands Rowland ran the thebow thebow thebow
bow of the Chapln Chpin on the rocks roks at the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south end of Wards Wads Island lln The bow bowof bowof bowof
of the steamer st er seems l ms to tohve have scraped side sidewlao BIde BIdewis sidewise
wise wis over over them She bumped bup eap sixteen sixteentimes sixten sixtenlme sixteentimes
times lme before beore she got free fr so 1 some le of her herpassengers herp8ngerl herpassengers
passengers p8ngerl said sdlat last night nightCapt nI nIgltCapt
Capt Rowlands Rwlnd then tln ran can n the Chapio Chpu in intoward intoward Intoward
toward North Beach Bch off o Hikers Rikr Island IslandCapt bln IslandCapt
Nicholson the of the theline theline
Capt superintendent
Cpt Nlcholon suprintedet te telne
line lne said sid that t she IhEtwl was anchored anhr there thrs The Thepassengers Th Thepassengers
passengers said Mid that t th tie anhor anchor was W tbe tbeChaplns tbeChI theChppins
Chaplns ChI pin keel kll At any rate rt tug 15 of the theNew th theNew
New ew Ha Hen Hayen yen line lne with a number numbr of other othertugs othr othrtugs othertugs
and andpulling andpulng andpulling
tugs hanging hngig around And nd butting buting
pulling pulng alternately altem ly got lolbr golher her freehand fr free and she shestarted shestare shestarted
started stare back bk down tho th river riverSome riverSome riverHome
Some of the women womewh who had hd been b startled startledby stted sttedby startledby
by the grating grltng and ad tbe shock aho of the first firstcollision frst frstcolsion firstcollision
collision made a good deal of fuss fW on oii the tbedecks thedecks
colsion me go ot
decks deks Cfept Rowlands Rowlad seemed sme to be act acting aot goting ¬
ing out of consideration cnsIdertion for them tem when whe he heran herai heran
ran rai the tle boat bot into Ito the shallows Later Laterwhen Lte Ltewhn Laterwhen
when his men me reported report that tht the forward forwardbulkhead forard forardbulkhead forwardbulkhead
bulkhead was holding all al right he assured assuredthe aured auredthe assuredthe
the passengers plegen that tht they would all al be b taken takenback tae takenback
back bck to New Ne York and that those tO who whodidnt whodidnt whodidnt
didnt want to stay sty aboard could culd go 10 ashore ashoreThe ashoreThe hor
The Chapin got back to her pier at the thefoot thefoot thefoot
foot of Clarkson street strt without wihot great grt dif difficulty di dElflculty ¬
ficulty About Abt forty of her passengers passengerstook paners panerstok passengerstook
took tok the offer of the management mgementof of the theline thelne theline
line lne and got gt off ot They gut back b the t money moneythey mOY mOYtleyha moneythey
they tleyha had paid for their thelUokets tickets and state staterooms staterooms tt ¬
rooU rooms and a in addition Bdlon got gt passes pu ovr over over the theNew te teNew theNow
New Haven Railroad Raloa from frm New Yorjk Y YdTC to toNorwich toNorih toNorwich
Norih NorwichThe Norwich NorwichThe
NorihTohrlilf The Tohrlilf otherhalf of 9fUe the passengers atay t tayssj tayssjaboard ji jiaboard
aboard br Tfiere r were wer ere a few who had hd gone goneto goneto
to sleep s1ep before bfort the boat struck strck and ad who whowill whowlnot whowill
wlnot will not know kn wuDt until unttlthis Uita i morning mrlDg that there therehas thereha therehas
ha has been bn anyacoident anyacoidentCapt anyaooldt anyaooldtCapt
Capt Nicholson Nlch01n the ie superintendent of ofthe ofthe f ftbe
the line said ld last night niht that from frm hU h in investigation I investigatlon ¬
vestigation vestlaUon of the accident aodent and of the te con condition on ondlton condition ¬
dlton dition of the the boat bot very little UUe damage dae had hadbeen hadbon hadbeen
bon been done The worst wort that tht had happerfed happerfedwan
wan WM the le staving stavl in of the bow which wh filled filledtho fed fedthe filledthe
the forward fora compartment oempament The cootriesa clde of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the passengers plne paesengernin In waiting wait to find fnd out ou ex exactly exacty exacti ¬
acty acti actly what tad had happened bapened was a admirable admirablehe admlr6le admlr6lehe
he said tld The Thl Chapln Caln was launched lunohed in i 18W 18WU 18 19iIt
U I was Wl 11 oclock oclok when wh the the Chapin left lefther lef lefther
her ler pier the th second ndUme time for Norwich NorwichThose Norih NorihTho NorwIchThose
Tho Those of her passengers pcgers who remained remainedaboard renlainedaboard
aboard abrd seemed sme perfectly prfety confident confdent that thatthey tht thtthey thatthey
Into Connecticut event eventually eventually
they would get gt up Ito Connetout event ¬
ualy ualySTILL uallySTILL ually uallySTILL
Rralt Real j fexperUSet Exp risset Wondering Wonde by brEast pnrebatti pnrebattiEast
tpr8t East Et or the th Btatlen BtatlenProperty ItUn ItUnProprty StsttenProperty
Property owners tnt the neighborhood thenelghborho of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Proprty Grand Ord Central Cntl Station St < are wondering wonderingwhat wondring wondringwhat wonderingwhat
what meaning menig to attach atth to several vrat realty realtypurchases rlty rltypurhn realtypurchases
purchases purhn recently rty made me Immediately ieitly east eaitof ea5tof eastof
of the station staton In the block blok bounded bund by byDenew byDepw byDepew
Denew Depw place pl Lexington Lxngton avenue avnue and Forty Fortyfourth Fortyfourth Fortyfourth
fourth and Fortyfifth Fortyfr street streetIt st streetSIt
It I U II 1 known know that 440 44 442 42 4U and 448 448Lexington 448Lxington 448Lexington
Lexington Lxington avenue as a well wel as I 110 10 and 112 112East 12 12E 112East
have been sold soldIt soldIt
East E Fortyfifth Fortyfth street strt b Ild IldI
It I has ha been l ascertained urtined that the th Forty Fortyfifth Fortyftrh Fortyfifth
fifth ftrh street stt properties prperUM were bought bght for the theNew theNew theNew
New York Central Ctl and it Is admitted ait that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the company Is I trying lrylg to buy up the Forty Fortyfifth Fortyfirh Fortyfifth
fifth firh compy street stmt frontage frontaj between btwen Depew DpW place placeand pls placeand
and 4d Lexington avenue avue with a view Tew to toavoiding t taoldlng toavoiding
avoiding Llng damage dg suits suit as aa a result rlt of rais raising raisIng ratslog ¬
ing the grade of the street strt to lighten Ilht the theapproach theapprch th thapproach
approach apprch to t the proposed prope wagon wllon bridge bridgeover bridleover bridgeover
over the tracks trk at that point pointIn pit pitIn
In some re quarters quatr It has hl been bn believed beleY that thatthe thtthe thatthe
the company intends inted to acquire aqulre all al the therTeSIUOUl theproprty theproperty
property cmpy bte betwoenFortysecond ForYd ad and Fory Foryfrh Forty Fortyfifth
frh fifth proprty strts streets 16 as rr Cat east I as LJinan Lexington aveue aveuePeident avenue avenuePresident
President rTeSIUOUl Newm Newman UWUUM1 VUlillUAIiWU autborla authorised te the UV VUUX VUUXponys om ompys corn cornpunys
ponys Peident agent John Joh N Goldlng Goldlg to deny denyyesterday deyYOtry denyyesterdy
pys yesterday YOtry at that tt any ay such sh project projet is 1 on otot ototPREFERS foot footPREFERS footPREFERS
Wife Wie of G W Miller Mlj MllierAikiDl4erOe Asks DNoroe Dfor 80 8 g at a s to toMarry t toMarry
Marry Marr Legally Lsl a Workman WorkmanBAN Workml Workml81N WorkmanBAF
BAN FRANCISCO FANCIB June 14 nMrs Mrs Lulu LuluAda LuluAda LuluAda
Ada Ada Miller Mier is I the t e legal lega wife Ife of George Grc W WMiller WMilr WMiller
Miller Milr of 685 8 Wnioughby Whloughbyavenue avenue Brooklyn BrooklynThe Brky
The husband huband baa b just ju Inherited Inhert 1180000 1180000by 1500 ioooo iooooby
by the death deth of his hisfather father and she has hasbrought hubrought hasbrought
brought suit for fJ divorce divorceMm divor divorceMrs
Mm Miller Mier married med Miller MiE in 1000 lD and went wentto wentto wentto
to Ihe with his rich father in Brooklyn Brooklynbut Brkl
but her husbands hubdl drinking drl habits hbits disgusted disgustedher d dtsgualeliar t 1
her BheprotesUxl and he finally fnanr abandoned abandonedher abi
her hr Bheptt Then she sh came c cam West Wlt She Bh beard beardMiller hr heardMiller De
Miller Mier was wa dead de and a Jat last February Febr she ahemarried 8 shemarried
married a man m named nitd Elchler Eihler a poor poorplumber poorplumber
plumber plumbr mllt Recently Rtly she lh saw IW an advertise advertisement avel sdyertlemeat pr prplumbr ¬
ment that Miller Mier was W wanted wante to t receive tlve his hislegacy b hislegaoy
legacy pgay and adlhe she found him delirious deliou in i inSaeramnto a aSacramento a aSm
Sacramento nto hospital hospitalWhen hOpltal hOpltalWben hospitalWhen
he recovered she he had the
When rvered t marriage marriagewith marriagewith
with Eiohler Eihler annulled anuled and ad began b mie miewIth a suit suitfor suitfor suItfor
for divorce dlvol from frm Miller Mler She S prefers prfer the thepoor theJr thepoor
poor Jr plumber plumbr to the t rich mans ms son sonSEVEN e eSEVEN eonSEVEN
Hare Rl Than an aOOO 00 Men Me Goa Going From F the theWigwam tle tle1lpm theWigwam
Wigwam 1lpm to C St laWs LanlsThe lul laWsThe
The Te Tammany Tammy contingent on nont for St S Louis Louiswill Lui Louiswill
will wlUbe be the largest lgt that tth lias has ever eV eva rtrveled rtrveledto travelled travelledto
1 to a Democratic Demorto national ntionl convention It Itwas I Itwas
was wa thought that tt three t special eelltrlnwoul trains tralnawouid tralnawouidsuffioe would wouldsuffice
suffice ulc but tut the applications appUDtona have hve been beencoming bn bncming beencoming
coming cming In so 8 rapidly rpldl that tt already alry seven seventrains svn svntmlM seventrains
trains have hve been bn chartered charteredAnd C chartaredAnd
And the te end U 110t not yet t Senator George GeorgeW
W Plunkltt Plunklt who is I in charge of the ar arrangements arrnRm arrangemnts ¬
crp t
rangements nt said yesterday tety Thla T Thlswe year yearwe
we WI rnRm will wi beat bt all records for or numbers numbersThe numbr numbersThe
The T Mven en trains tri rr will wi leave le this city on onJuly onJUly OnJuly
t cty
July 3 over oYr the t New N York Y Okntral Otr and Penn Pennsylvania Pnn PnnIYlvanl Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania IYlvanl railroad rr and will W have hT aboard aboardmore ard ardmOI aboardmore
more mOI than 2000 pailemers
t 11 11I
I n
RUSSIAS Bf5AS n is LOSSES IMBS OVER 018 BflQO BflQOHer il ilBe 5Oher
Her Be KHh Wounded W and ad Captured p Up 11 to toJane toa toJmi
Jane Jmi a 8 aS 8ZOO MO Were 1f Offloen OffloenSpectol Ol OlSta OIScer9pectaf
Spectol Sta CaWIMJjwte cl CeMt JJIaL t go > TM ami amitoHBON S1 30514oqvorf
toHBON LIN June Jue DUpd 14 14A 14A A news I n wa agency agnoy de despatch de deIIPtohfrm doapatchfrom ¬
spatch IIPtohfrm apatchfrom from St Petersburgstates ulstae that tt the thetotal th thot thetotal
total ot Russian U losses 108 to June Jue 8 are ae returned returneda rtue
a a as follows followsNavy followsNavyFortyfour lwl
Navy NavyFortyfour Fortyfour officers and 820 men menklllodond menkledad menkllledand
NavFortyfourolcs a 8
klllodond kledad 13 officers and ad 220wounded 220woundedArmy 2wouOe wouadd wouaddArmyThirtysix
Army ArmyThirtysix yTh Thirtysix officers olcr and a 880 GI men menkilled mn mnkled monkllledandl03offirsand2C20
killed kled kllledandl03offirsand2C20 and anllO 103 offijienfand otrsa 2C30 2C0 men mn menwound6d menwound6dTaken wounded woundedToken woud
Token Tan Prisoners P PrisnersTwenty nerTenty Twenty officers omeer and an and700men
700 7 700men 700menDANCE men menDANCE men menDANCE
Method Mfho Methodt Tetria Bfcpoet 8prt M Themselves Tellwe Un Under V Vdf Undee
dee df the tt Faster rasters Watehful Wa u Car CarBIUZIL eveBlzn tieBjuzri
BIUZIL Blzn Ind June 14 1A 14A A dance given givenby givenby givenby
by the th Pastime Pltme Club Cub of Knlghtsvllle Knightevil was wasopened wa waopne wasopened
opened with prayer by the pastor ptor of the theMethodist theletholat theMethodist
opne Methodist letholat Church Churh aa a a compromise cmprmi with withthe withthe withthe
the young youg people pple who were members meber both bothof bth bthof bothof
of the club and the he church cburh When the thedance Ihedanc thedance
dance danc was 118 announced announc an the thopltor pastor and older oldermembersopposed oldermembersopped oldermembersopposed
membersopposed membersopped it itThe It ItThe itThe
The dance dano was given glv n last night nigh with wih the thepastor thept thepaetoi
attending in a abody aby abody
pastor pt and other members membrs atnding
body by with the authority authoriy to stop the fun funIf funIf funif
If it became bame to their telr eyes eye unseemly ulmly The Theprayer Tie Tieprayer Theprayer
prayer had a quieting quietng effect etet und Ind there therewas thereWM therewii
was WM wii no occasion ocasion for stopping the fun funSTABBED funSTABBED funSTARRED
STABBED DEFENDING OLD D Ml MlINvtalon VtV VtVIh10n lILY lILYflirislonEtreet
INvtalon Ih10n flirislonEtreet Etrcet ftre < Crowd Co1d CIOWdiUeI C3 QIJ > am Young os Italian ItalianInto Itlin ItlinIlto ItaiInJute
Into Ilto 1olleeniaus loltlm Arms ArmsNlco Ar ArNlco ArwsNico
Nlco Lanvlzteno LnTizteno 17 years old a fruit fruitdealer fruitdealer fruitdealer
dealer of 192 Bleecker Bleerltrt street yrs was Wi arrested arrestedlast arrt arrestedlast
last 18t night for stabbing stbbing Jacob Cohen Cohn 1 1years 18 18yars 14years
years yars old of 707 17 Park avenue Brooklyn Brooklyntwloe Brokly Brooklyntwice
twice twlo with a penknife penknifeCohen pnknife pnknifeCohen penknifeCohen
Cohen said sid Lanvlzteno Lnvizteno while whie passing passingthrough pMslngthrough passingthrough
through Division Dvleion street stret Insulted Il18ult an aged agedHebrew ag agedHebrew
Hebrew and when the old man remon remonstrated rmon rmonetrAted remonstrated ¬
strated slapped slappd him in the face fsc Cohen Cohenran Coen Coenrn Cohenran
ran rn to his assistance Msistnc and Lanvlzteno Lanvlztenowhipped Lnvtno Lnvtnowblpp Lanvlztenowhipped
whipped out a penknife pnknife stabbing ltabbln Cohen Cohenin
wblpp in the left shoulder and left side eO He then thenran thenrn thenran
ran rn toward towar the th Bowery Bwery with a big crowd crowdat
at hs hi heels heelsAt hl heelsAt
I At Chatham Catham Square Squar Policeman Polceman Horn Hornarrested Hor Horarr Hornarrested
arrested arr d him and had considerable conldersble diffi difficulty dUDcly difficulty ¬
culty cly in keeping the th crowd ord from handling handlinghim hanlng hanlnghm handlinghim
him hm roughly rughly Cohen was wa taken tken to the theHudson th theHudson
Hudson street hospital hopital In a serious condi condition cndi cndition condItion ¬
tion Lanvlzteno Lviztenowu wag locked lqke up in the theOak theOa theOak
Oak Oa street strt station ataton house houseLEV hoU hoULE houseLEEI
Estates Ftl Value Valu Placed Pld at Over Onl naOOOOOO naOOOOOOChildren 2100 2100en 21000000tbhldren
Children en t aid to Share e Equally EquallyCHICAGO Eu EuCRICAO E4uaIIyCnICAOO
CHICAGO CRICAO June Jun tV i4IAvl i4LevI I vl 2 Z Letters Leit will willU wi willis
U l ready rdy for filing fug hi Washington WuhlDton From Fromperson Frm FrmperO FrompeTronj
person perO well advised adv of the te contents oen nt8 of the thewill thewi thewill
will wi it i is learned lee that the estate ff which wh is isestimated Isetimated isestimated
estimated etimated at between betwe 25000000 OO and a 10 30000
000 0 in the main U l to be left In trust tlt for the theimmediate th theimmediate
9 imeite immediate relatives relativesJoseph relatve relativesJoseph
Joseph Joph Letter Liter the son on and an Mrs M Mary MaryLetter Aar MaryLoiter I
Letter Liter the te widow wiow are to be amofag the theexecutors th theexecutors
executors exetol Joseph JOpb Loiter LeIt Isto s to have charge chargeof mre mreor
of the management manment of the affairs aal until untiltha unmCr untIleeaiaCourt
rrmrt proceedings are ended endedThe endedThe
tha eeaiaCourt iFisJiita Cr pig a ede
The Te will wU1 willis is said eldto eaidto to be t a I comparatively ompaUely brief briefdocument brpf brpfdomt briefdocometit
document domt It is I understood undMto thechildren thechildrenare te the dU children childrenare n na
are a treated ti practically pctclJ1alkl alike in the thediron thedironof division divisionof
of the estate estateKENTUCKY etate etateKENTUCK estateKENTUCKY
Indictments Indetmet Against Aplt David DfdBU Hartley m In InThis Inliii
This City at Dismissed DismissedLOUISVILLE DismIssedLouzavinna
LOUISVILLE LUISVLL Ky June 14 1David 14David David Bartley Bartleyajfugitlve Bley Bleyaugitve BartleyaugItive
ajfugitlve from fromjusto fromjustioeforeightyers justice foreight forelht years hunted huntedIn but
In Mexico Hexi and ad Central Ct America ro is i now ill illin mIn ILLIn
in New York city ciy and ad perhaps prhp has b only onlya ony onya
a short time ti to t live lv His Hi name n was Wi stricken strickenoff strikn striknol
the list of fugitives today and he
off ol t fultlv ty l may mayface my myfac easyface
face fac the t world onoe more mre Eight Indict Indictments idt idtmenta indictmeats ¬
meats for tbe duplication duploaUon of warehouse warehousereceipts warehousereceipts Waeu Waeuripts
dismissed in the Circuit Court CourtBartley CourtBartley
receipts ripts were dlme t CluU Curt CurtBaley
Bartley Baley wan a member mm r of f the th distillery distilleryfirm dt distilleryfirm
firm fr of Bartley Brtey Johnson ohn < k Co and ad be becoming b becoming ¬
coming financially fnaoly Involved InTolve issued Iue duplicate duplicatereceipts duplt duplicatereceipt
receipts reclpl for whiskey wbkey stored stor in i bonded bond ware warehouses warehouses Wa ¬
houses hoU and negotiated neatlat them tm His total totalshortage tot totalshortage
shortage shore was 1000 300000 When Wen the crisis crisiscame orl crisiscame
came cm in I 18M 188 he took tk refuge rfu e in i fight fght His Hisaddress Hi Hisaddress
address add in New York is I unknown unlo here hereexcept hereexcpt heroexcept
except excpt to his hi oloseat clOt olo eet friends friendsRVSSrAMAY fried friedRUSSUMAI friendsRussrAMAV
Tale Tl er r Inventor Innnte Lakes Lkea Journey ue to t Japan JapanNow Jap JapanNow
Now Said l to t flea B a Base BaseBBIDOBPOKT al e eBasDouoaT
BBIDOBPOKT BRlDaFaT ConnfJune ConnJun n JuDe 14 I 14On On n the theauthority the theauthority theauthority
authority of a stockholder toJdr in the t Lake LakeTorpedo Le LeToro LakeTorpedo
Torpedo Toro Boat BtQpy Company Simon SiOI Lake Le ita itapresident It It Itpresident
president pridet and ad the inventor of the th submarine submarineProtector submarineProtector ubne ubneProtr
Protector Protr who sails sltomorw tomorrow from fo New NewYork NeWYork NewYork
York on the Raiser K Wllhelm Willm II nlor lor Bremen Bremenis Bren BrenIs
is said sid to be b bound bund for Russia Rul and ad not Japan JapanThe Japn JapnThe JapanThe
The Protector Pteotor this thl man says 81 Is I on its way wayto waytoRul wayto
to toRul few Russia also alo and will wi pass pu Gibraltar Olbrt in i a afew afew
fed days daysThis daysThis
This stockholder ltkholder says eys that the Lake corn oompany cornpany
pany PIY will WU make maeaPblc rnekepublio a public statement ltetl soon n that thatwill tht thatwill i iwi
will wi show how Capt Ct Lake Le permitted prtt the te Im Impression Irapresalora ¬
pression to go 10 broadcast ract that th he was ne negotiating De nogotiating ¬ I I10IU
gotiating 10IU with t Japan Jap while Whe le h was arrang arranging 1 arrangleg ¬
leg Inlltten matters with wth Russia Rl all a the te time timeColor tme tmeCotor timeColor
Color is given cven this thi view vie of o the te matter matterby mtt matterby
by the disclosure dlslMu tonight tlat of the te presence presenceIn
In this city lty for the past pt two t weeks wl of Com Commander C Corninander ¬
mander maner Alexander Aexne G Boutakolf Buto1 naval navalattache navalattach
attach atth and Col Raapopoff Rpp military mlty at attach6 at attach
tach6 tM of the Russian lUi Embassy Eby in Washing Washington Wahig Wahigton ¬
ton Both officials olcial have hve sent n long lon cipher cipherdespatches cipherd cipherdeapatohea
despatches d to the Russian Ian Admiralty at t
St Petersburg Petrsbur dally dallyKILLED daUyKILLED dailyKILLED
Disagreement Dpemet of a Young YO Cleveland DnJd Couple CoupleEnds Caple CapleEnl CoupleEnds
Ends Enl in a Tragedy TragedyCUEVBUND Tgt TgtCVBltJD TragedyCI2vSMND
CUEVBUND CVBltJD June Jue 14 1L 14I L D Allen Alen and andhis andh andhis
his h wife wie were found foud dead de In their helr ro r om omin omIn omIn
in an apartment aprment house hou at 433 4 Pearl Pe street streettoday streettoday r
today toa The Te woman wom had ba shot ae her husband husbandto hubd hubdto
to death deh and Mdthn andtben then fired fl a bullet ble into her herown hero herown
brain brainA
own o brn
A lien 1n was 33 2 years ars old and his l wife wie 20 20woman 2 20The
The e young woman womn evidently eva eviti entr ently fired fr four fourer fourbulets fourbullets
bulets bullets yun at her er husband hubd two of 0 which Wboh took tookeffect tk tkele tookeffect
effect ele after whloh she wrote a farewell farewellnote fawel farewellnote
note not to t ater relatives rtive and an killed kle herself hen1 hers l The Theletter Te Teletr Theletter
letter letr left l ft bytMra by M Mr Allen Aen indicated Inlo that th the thetragedy thetredy thetragedy
tragedy tredy moot mnt le resulted rl from frm domestic domelo disagree disagreement dl8 disagreemoot ¬
Was 1u Vanderbilt Vandeit Really I There Te TbereIn ThereIn
In regard zp to the te story tr that tt Reginald ReginaldVanderbUt Rginald RginaldVandeit ReginaldVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Vandeit was never in the theNeUeon Nelson house houseall hOU houseall
all al the time tme that tt the te county our t detectives detectiveswere dettve detectiveswere
were we watching wathing it District DItot Attorney Attorey Jerome Jeromesaid Jeromoeld Jeromesaid
said eld yesterday Y try that tt he didnt didt know whether whethe
he was or not hotl He H only knew Iew that tt the
District Attorneys Atmysof office ooe had h Information Informationthat Infortion Infortiontt
that he was there and an a effort was made madeto
tt t a
Jde Jdeto
to serve rvealb a subpoena on him himMaiallrcatHMcl h hIN himigaIaeeetfltsl eor
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Colonel eo el of OfU t tae First jirstegiment t Regiment eslmA KUIedHRoa KUIedHRoaGerngrou le E111Cd E111CdGerngrou
Gerngrou Gernpol Wounded WoudeTO WoundedTwo Two Japaaefa JapaaefaDivisions Japan a aDlyllo I IDiviaioru
Divisions Dlyllo Advancing d Ito t 0 CfeeoK U Pfr PfrArthur Pt PtAtuReUef Pft PftArthur
Arthur AtuReUef Keller Movement MOy Movntent2O eB SO 2 JOUwJ JOUwJby Wrs Wrsby
by t ExplosUn EplOI n of a Mine Mie on onanese Of s sa aJP aJPteitesseL
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ST PETBBSBUBQ PEBBBwaJUe June 14 Hn 14TlIeze Tnere haa haabeen is isbeen
been b epvere 8vee severe fghti lighting north of Pulandkw Pulandkwfollowing P PulandiseIollowing
following folowi g an assault lult by the Japanese Japanesea Jape cn cna I Ia
The Russians held heldtholr IeIdtheir 1 1their
a Russian Rutlan position p0Uon T4oRUian 5Rus8iane <
their ground grund but ut sufferedaeverely sufferedaeverelyTlie sut rech erlr erlrTlefolJowlng
The TlefolJowlng following official ooclal UespatoUes UO tc1e toll t s > U Uthat 1jthat
that Is IIYc yet known here of the engagement engagementFrom engagMt engagMtFm engagementFrom
From Geru Kouropatkin Kouropa klnund under t data clat of ofJune o ofJune
June 13 i3AJopnes l3AJapuneso A Japanese advance ndvl from fromdlen fr mPulsa mPulsadien Pulan Pulandlen
dlen sixty miles mlM north of Fort Por Arthur Arthurwas Ar ArthUwas
was observed obrve this thl morning moring At 2 P M Mthe MtIe Hthe
the tIe enemys enmys front was seen In to extend from fromtho fm fmthe i ithe
the village vige villageof of Sondchau SdchuJInlau Lankan along the thevalley tho thovaley thavalley
valley valey of the Tassa Ta River HlverThere RiverTherewere RiverThero
There Therewere were two divisions of troop troop on onthe onthe onthe
the march march one of which was advancing nvanclnlby nvanclnlbytbe by bythe bythe
the Tosxa T8 River Rver valley The Th enemy halted haltedat blt t d dat
at 430 oupying occupying the villages viges of Taotlatupg TaotlatupgChangtsiatung Taotlt TaotIattgChangtaiatung
Changtsiatung Changtlatug and a d Liutslatung Llutlatung and utho uthoheights to tho thoheights
heights south louth of Vandehou VandehouRUSSIAN Vandehot VandehotRU8IAN VandehouRUSSIAN
Under Unr date of July 14 1 LioutGen UeutOen Stalken Stalkenberg StkeD StkeDbrg Stalkenberg
berg brg reports reportsA report
A battle bate began at It noon today tody around arounda arw arwa
a Russian UUlan position piton six kilometres klaetre south southof soutbof
of Wafansoon Vafangkau station the theenemy te teenemy theenemy
enemy making repeated repaled vigorous effort effortto eort eortto effortsto
to dislodge disloge our left flank fank The attackwas attackwasrepulsed atl attsckwasrepulsed a arepul
repulsed repul We e kept our position positionThe poaltlonhe t tThe
The he First Regiment Rgiment occupying OPTIIIb th the > left leftflank ltt lttfank LeftSank
flank fank suffered severe losses I Its ItsQR ItsQRmnder com commander conmander ¬
mander mnder Col Khvostounoff Khvltounol and an Adjutant AdjutantDochinski Adjutn AdjutantDochineki t tDochllkl
Dochinski Dochllkl were killed killedGen kie killedflea
Gen Gerngross Qrlgo was waewoundod wounded woundedbyihp by byfthap byfthapnel aihrap aihrapnel
nel bullet buletwhlch which shattered hattr his right rlghilw rlghilwjaw lowerjaw lower lowerjaw
jaw but be remained remine on on the field fieldBKPOBT feldi feldiREPORT fieldREPORT
This despatch deptoh has h been br received recived from fromGenKouropatkin fm fmGen fromGee
Gen GenKouropatkin Korotkln Kouropatkln dated dat June Jun 13 13I 1
I have not received rlTe the detail of f cur curlosses our1osee
losses 10 today but Sbtnia StnaLeut Lieutenant LieutenantTcherepakhln LieutenantTcherepakhln
Tcherepakhln Tc erepakhln and several soldiers eoldiersere eoldierserewound Veto Vetowounded iroro irorowounded
wounded woundedIt wound
It is not nt known know to wht what the thedespth despatch re refer n nfe isfete ¬
fete fe It is possible that part of tho thomessage thomege themessage
message mege has las been b n withheld withheldIn witheld witheldIn
In another anher despatch deth of of the same e date dateGen de deOen datetlen
Gen Kouropatkin Kouroptkn says B According Acrd to tQur our ourinformation ourinformation
information Inoratin no advance advn of the Japanese Japanesefrom J JIp p ptrom Ziee Zieefrom
from Sluyen toward towa Taling Taln Pass Pa wa 1O 1Oro was ob observed ¬ I Iserved
served today todayJAW I IJava
ro tody todyAP > < S
Und ffntUi8 ofju 8 Oeni Con dia4 dia4says Q Qsy
says sy During Dun the night nht of Juno JIi JIiJapn lllt llltJapanese 1ii 1iiJapanese
Japn Japanese attacked tck our ouav advance posu near nearthe ie iethe nearthewIlIageot
the thewIlIageot village of Uu Utiaten south luto southoVngtIa southoVngtIastation of afaactlm afaactlmstation a
station ltaton and above avthslP the Pitaewo PItBWOPUkWIIen PItBWOPUkWIIenline Pniiudleh Pniiudlehline
line lne They The were we lere repulsed ru w with itI IoN loaaAfter J IoNAfter
After Aftr fighting fghtig which wh began blOD b an ton thV thVnight t th thnight
night niht of June Jue 11 1 and lasted 1t until uWte thenext thenextmorning thenex thenexmorning Dd DdmorD
morning morD one on of our ou detachment deh gained gainedpossession pt ptpMD gainedpossession
possession pMD of the height heh and ad pas p near nearLltiatung nearLitiatung
Lltiatung LttD Tillage Te Our Ou loam 1 in i theae theaeengagements t tenaes the theengagnent5
engagements enaes were wer four four1 killed and ad eighteen eighteenwounded eht eighteenwounded
wounded woundedOa woundedOi
Oa Oi the te evening eeing of June Jue 8 Limit Le Langf Langfwhile Lazigfwhile
while whe reconnoitring rnotl near ne Ontaehetfie Ot1et II IIkilometres I 1 1kilometres
kilometres kometr northeast Dorthet of Aiyangixten A wfcloh wfclohis b
is eighteen el miles southeast ol t Rslmatae Rslmataewas
i ht mM IUt o 1t
was WI attached attac by b two to companies ompB of Japanese 0 cfispsneeebut Japanesebut Ja f fbut
but forced for his h way ay through thrugh after at a hand handto c
to t hand hd fight fightInformation faht l lInformation
Information has been blriYd1t received that thatabout thatabout
about 8000 10 3 Japanese Jape are a marchingfrem marchingfremthe m afm I Ithe
the south luth on Ruayenalag HuyS
LONDON LNN June IS 15Wt 15WIth With tha te J Jcmder Japeascommanders JapaneM JapaneMcommanders
cmder commanders silent aUet and ad the te press pr prspdents oorr oorrpondents Y Yapondenta
pondents spdents muzzled muwe there ter1 la D no meaaa In of ofelucidating c 1 1elucidating
eluodUn elucidating the te fragmentary frmt Ruaela B B r rporta i I tj tjports
ports pr of fighting htl north nor of oUbe the line U the t the1apa the1apaneeavedrasorosstheIJi I apa apaaesefhave 1 1neave
neave neeavedrasorosstheIJi aesefhave drawn draw across rO the teLtJm teLtJm11a Llaotung tun penm penmsula eriIn k kants
ants 11a from frm Pulandien Plden to Pitaewo PitaewoGen Plbo PiteewoGsa
Gen O Kouropatkin Kourptin merely merly dtacribaa d dis ibs th thnorthward t the thenorthward
norwar northward movement moveent of two to JapaeM JapaeMdivisions Ja JapanssdIvisions r
divisions dlvislo which Whic are i re estimated ltat her her to t BUB BUBbar I nurnher
bar ba about aot 80000 800 men me and a despatch deth frees fnrnGen r freesOeii
Gen Oe Kharkevitob Karevlt forms for the sequel s t to t the theCommanderinchiefs theoommsnderinchLef e
oomaderinhe Commanderinchiefs message messageThe mee meeThe messageThe e
The names namo of some Im ofthe of the village Wq rem raenUoned m mtone 1 1tloned
Uoned tone are difficult dlclt to Identify IdeWy but if I Im aa aaseems a aieems
seems m probable probble Wafansoon Waanson is i the tee same as asWafangkau Sm SmWafangkau
Waanku Wafangkau te the he scene see of the severe lee flght flghtreported flt fltrpr ght ghtreported
reported rpr by Gen Oe Stalkenberg Stenbrl Staflcenbergcsnbe canbe cb easily easilylocated etdlylocated
located lot Taesa Ta River Rver is apparently app appareait1 idea ideaUcal Identical
Ucal Uo with wtto wlththe the PiU Pl River Rvor which whlcheQ enUra tie tieYellow s sYellow
Yellow Sea S near ne Pltsewo PltsewoGen Pit PiteeweGen
Gen Ge Gerngross Oem rwho who was Wa wounded woundedmands woude uSs uSsminds
minds the First East Eat Siberian Rifle Brigade
Mitar Military > CrtC critIcs he here bliee believe < 1 tl that 1 1northward t Lh Lhnorthward
northward move of the Japanese ahins ak at atpushing t tpushing
norlwrd Jap t tpuing
pushing puing back bk the Russians Ru whom h9r Oen OenKouropatkin G G GKouropatkin t tKouroptln
Kouropatkin Kouroptln detailed detie to create crt a adlv diversion diversionin lon lonI
in I favor of the garrison grn at Port Por Arthur ArthurThe Arur ArthurThe
The Te movement movemet is supposed to be b made madein
IIUppe m
in cooperation cooperton with wih Gen Oe Kurokl although althoughthe aitbob aitbobth altbotaghthe
the th Paris report repr that he is advancing avlc advenclngtreni advenclngtreniSiuyen from fromSiuyen fr
Siuyen In the direction direton of Halcbeng HachenlO can cannot cannot ¬
not be confirmed confirmedIt confne
It I is calculated calculat that the two Japanese Japanesedivisions Japeo Japeodivision JapanekedIvisIons
divisions division mentioned by ly Gen Kouropatkin Kouropatkinare Xourpn Xourpnar
are ar now about abut eight days dy march marhrrm marhrrmHacheg from fromHalcheng frOmHaicheng
Halcheng Hacheg which hlch it i is assumed tume la i their theirobjective theirobectLvo
objective objetve and their progress prog toward towa that thatplace t thtplace t tplo
place plo Is I likely lke1y to result rOult In severe syer fighting fightingas fghUn fghUna
as a the Russians RUI are believed bleve to be b in strong strongforce a strongforce
force for In the neighborhood nighbrh of Kaiplng KaiplngNO Kplng KplngNO
None of the many mlY reports rpor of fontuo fontuoointrl continuous continuousor L
or ointrl o intermittent ent fighting fghtng around ludPoAur ludPoAurc Port Arthur Arthurcan Astiurcan
can c be bon confirmed ne Two To or three th RusaUn RusaUnofficers Rtanofficers
officers who wboa are said to havo v escaped eptroa esoapedfrorq from fromPort iI iIPort
Port Por Arthur Aur have reached rhedOen Gen Kouropatkin Kouropatkinwith Xourptdn XourptdnIth
with Ith despatches despatchesThey deptch deptchTey deepatchesThey
They Tey travelled trvelll on foot and andoocupled occupied ooprt four fourdays fourdays
days for the journey Thejr Te The are a rapre rapreBanMtfi rr rrBU J 4 4fluratt
BanMtfi BU Er Extract of o e YtaUla YtaUlatorwrt Tak TakalplO
torwrt InipaTts a alplO superior delicacy del of oarer 1 flarerts toy t Is ws It j
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