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RIVAL RIVAL SUBWAY PLANS OUT OUTJl
Jl T BOARD FEARS IT CANNOT CANNOTGET CMorOFT cANxorGTF
GET DOTH SETS RlILT RlILTAnd ntILTnd JWLTAnd
And nd Mill IU Have to rhooie hOOIt Itetwecn Delment DelmentExlenileni DtlmontFxtmllol1ll firimontFxtenslona
Exlenileni With a M Cent Faro From FromDronx FroniDronx ProniUronx
Dronx to Ocean and New Metropolitan 1IIttropolttanTrunk MetropolitanTrunk MetropolitanTrunk
Trunk Line THUs n Hh Surface Tramfen TramfenThe TranlftnThe TrsniftrsThe
The complete plans of the Interborough Interboroughcompany Intorborouabronlpally Interbomughcnrflpany
company and tho Metropolitan system systemdescribing 11Ite 11IteriefoCriblng systemiccrSbIng
describing the new subway eubwayroutoe routes they theyore thoyArl
sr ore anxious to have the Rapid Tronblt Tronbltommlsftlon TrunIIItommlMJon TrnntomniIs1on
ommlsftlon lay layout out were mode known knownnt
nt I the board meeting yesterday These Theseroutes ThOlOroutM Theseroit
routes roit overlap in several sovera places pta and unless unlessthn unI unlessth < < M I Ithl
thn th committee on plans can modify the two twot twoItll
Itll t ti of routes BO that they will not conflict conflictii
ii fI fight between the two companies can canonly OMnly nanIflIy
only nly bo settled by the commission dodd deciding dec1dlOSt dodding ¬
ing which of the rival propositions will be bomoot bemo bemo
moot mo advantageous adl1nta UA to the travelling public publicBefore publ1onerore publionroe
Before the next meeting qf the board boardthe boardth boazdtho
the th committee will try to reconcile rec ncle the two twoplan tworlan twoplans
plan but It Its members agree that the pros prospwt prosI prosrlaIno6tbOpeleM
pwt rlaIno6tbOpeleM I almost nopelem Both I3othoompanleswM I3othoompanleswMfTer companies will williiffer willdffr
iiffer to build their routes without financial financialmd tlnanctalfrom
md from rom the city ana for thl this reason the theromrnlteion tbemmrnlHllon themrnheIon
romrnlteion would like to work out a scheme schemevinch schemewhich schemehwh
which hwh will enable both corporations to toluild toluild toI
luild I ujid Mihway MihwayThe IuhwaYIThe MlbwaysThe
The difficulty Is shown by a comparison comparisonrf complU8Oar comparisonrthespectie
rf r rthespectie i he respective plans These Thesonrotheroute Thesonrotherouteintd are the route routewanted roU1tlmtfd
wanted mtfd by the Metropolitan Metropolitanfour lotropoUtanfOllr
four track line from MSth street where wherein
in n linrs of the tnlon Railroad Company Companyr Com CompanyrIrrg anr anrfnfrR
fnfrR r nver rIrrg e I under Leilncton Lelln on avenue to toThirtyfourth toTblrtrourtb toThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth street to Fifth Uth avenue to toDrnnilway torwar tolrnslIwa
Drnnilway lrnslIwa rwar to Ve Tracy ey treet to Church street streettn streeths
tn i Ih ho Bitterr and by a loop up u the West Westhid SestbIP
bIP hid 1 < 1 to Seventh avenue cutting under the therouthwent thoIIJthrt thentfiwct
routhwent part of o Central Park to Eighth EleMhavenue EtelJthAtlnu Eighthenue
avenue and continuing under the Harlem Harlemliiver HarlemHr HarlemRtver
liiver and Jerome avenue to the city line linofour lineOllr linefour
four Ollr track line from l U8tb th street under underThird underThird underThird
Third vrnue and the Bowery with one set setof 1111of setor
of two track continuing down Park row rowand rowAII1 rowAnd
and NatMU AloMU treet to Broad treet and another anothertwo anotherto
two tracks running under New Bowerr and andI andr andPerl
r Perl I > arlltrett r street to Droad street tr t where bere there will willb willbA
bA b four tracks which will round a loop at atthe Itthl atthe
the flattery llatlcryA
A A rroMtown < connecting loop under Thirty Tulrtrfourth Thirtyfourlb Thirtycourth
fourth street connecting the new Pennirl Pennirlrunla Penntlnnla Fennylnia
runla nia station wth tbo proposed Third avenue avenuelln avenueIIn avenuellti I
lln
The Interborough company does not notpropose notpropotl notpropose
propose building now trunk lines Its Itsplans ItsplAM Itsplans
plans call for East and West WtfitSlde Side branches brancblllto I Ito
to Join the existing subway at Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet Forty eoond eoondtrcet
street The company proposes pro to build I
A branch running If north from the Grand GrandCentral Orandntral GrandCentral
Central ntral station of the present reeent subway under underLexington undcrullnrton underLexington
Lexington avenue to Harlem HarlemA JJarlemtwo
A two track branch running < < south from fromlong tromIonll fromLong
long Acre Square under Seventh avenue to toTwntxAfth toI torg
I TwntxAfth street and thence tben to Broadway i3roadwayand Broadwaynnd DroadwayIlnd
and a two track branch from Long Acre AcreSquare AcreHquan Acre6quaze
Square under Broadway to Twentyfifth TwentyfifthHrMt TweotrlUthtr TweetyftXthstreet
street tr t where it will Join the other two track trackcontinuing tracksenntlnu1DIf trackcontinuing
continuing a as a four track tr 1c road under Fifth Fifthwnue Flftbavellue Fifthavenue
avenue and West W t Broadway to Barclay street streetwhere ItmtWhfTO streetwhere
where a loop will be provided for local lot train trainexpress tralnluPrHI trainsexpress
express trains will continue under Greenwich Greenwichtr Greenwichtreet Greenwichstreet
street tr t to a loop at the Battery BatteryIn
I In addition the company asks for to per permicslon permlmon perI
I micslon to extend It Its present system y tem and andoffer andatlera andsi
> offer si to bid on route to Brooklyn practi practically pratiwi ira1cally ¬
wi cally identical with too thOM Laid down by the thecommittee thec thecommittee
committee committeeThe c committeeThe mmltteeIM
The schemes of the two companies come comeinto comoInto comeInto
into conflict in the suggested routes tra traversing traTeralng trareraing ¬
versing Lexington avenue Seventh avenue avenueand venu venuand
0 and Broad Broadway way Moreover the Interborough Interboroughcompany Iaterooroughrompaay Interboroughcompany
company has appealed to the commission commissionto cotnll l8lon l8lonto
to install a moving platform from river riverto
to river under Thirtyfourth street and in ina Inletter
a 1 letter ont yesterday Y < < lterday to tho commission commissionMr
Mr Belmont repeated his offer to exchange exchangetransfer oxohanptransferabetweea exchangetransfero
transfer transferabetweea between the platform and the thoInterboroughsubwnyand thelnterborougb thelnterborougheubwayand
Interboroughsubwnyand lnterborougb aubwoy and elevated systems systemsIf lItem lItemIf
If this idea was adopted adoptedIn
In the tentative report it drew up the thecommittee theommlt thecommittee
committee ommlt declared in favor of a moving movingrip
rip pt n i for Thirtyfourth street When Wheni
i 0 iietropoUtnns > 1 < proposal p poeal was read yes yostrrday yest yesterday
trrday t rday Commissioner Claflln naked what whatwould whatwould II hat hat1ould
would become of the platform project proJectlt proJectltthe If Ifthe
the Metropolitan route should be adopted adoptedIn
In thai co men o It would occupy Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthstreet
street Pt t reeL botwwsn Third and Seventh avenues avenuesIf avenuesit TenuosIt
It we are to have a line under Thirty Thirtyfourth Thlrtyrourth Thirtyfourth
fourth street Mr Claflln said I certainly certainlythink certainlythink certainlythink
think It ought to go from river to river and andI andnol andflat
nol 11618 P ° only under a put of the street
I
1 dont see that that is necessary re replied repllld yepiled ¬
plied President Orr There is no ferry at attin atrte atthe
rte tin western end of the street and it would wouldwem wouldm
wem m that there would be no practical use useIn useIn useIn
In carrying the line to the Hudson HudsonThe nudaonTIle HudsonThe
The only way that a a line running under underHie underIhe underthe
the street could be carried entirely across acrosstown aCfOllltown acwoetown
town said Comptroller Grout should the theMreet thetlfOt thetrret
Mreet be given to the Metropolitan would wouldbo
bo p to run shuttle cars on the west we t from fromBsvcnth tromnth fromSeventh
Seventh nth avenue and on the he east from frothevenue Third Thirdavenue ThIrdaenue
avenue avenueWhy aenueWhy evenueWhy
Why not put the Metropolitan system systemIn
In Thlrtytftfth Thlrt > llfth street asked Mr Claflln ClafllnThe ClalUaThe ClaflInThe
The engineers say that would be 1m 1mponslble Impolb1ellr linpossible
possible polb1ellr Mr Orr answered an wered because that thatstreet thatrreet thaterreet
street would oaly nly accommodate two tracks tracksTo tracksTo
To carry out its plans the Metropolitan Metropolitanwould Metropolitanwould lletropoUtaawould
would have ha to build two tracks under Thirty Thirtyfifth Thirtytiftb Thirtyfifth
fifth street and two track under Thirty ThlrtyNxth Thirtyrixtit
Nxth street streetand and that the company oompanywill will wtllll not notagree notagree t tagree
agree to do doMr doJr dolr
Mr Jr Orr went on to My that the problem problemwas
was ono the committee would have to tackle tackleso
so 0 he would suggest that it might be ad advteabia adL advisable
vteabia L able to put toe moving platform under underTwentythird underTweattblrd underTwentythird
Twentythird street streetTbo streetThe
The 1 o owner of the department stores storesL storesLs
L Lf remarked want a croabtown line under underTwentythird underTwentythltd underTwentythird
Twentythird blrent tr ut and a as I there are arelerrie arefernell areferrle
lerrie at both ends 1 should think tho thomoving thomOTlng themoving
moving platform people might find It profit profitcbto profitIILe profitchic
chic to equip that street Instead i1I tend of Thirty Thirtyfourth Thirtyrourth Thirtyfourth
fourth street with their system systemMax systemMax Item i itax
Max Bshmltt bm1tt of the Schmitt A Gallatln Gallatlnsyndicate OallatlaIndkate asilaunsyndicate
I Ipatent
syndicate owner of the moving platform platformpatents platformpatents
patents was at the meeting Ho said ho howould hewould bewould
would continue to fight for Thirtyfourth ThirtyfourthKtrcet
street because be it would give access < < 10111 to the thenew thonew thenew
new lYnnarlvanla tattoo He added that thathis thatilia thathis
his syndicate would build platform under underTwentythird underTWflntythlrd underTwentythlrd
Twentythird and Thirtyfourth streets streetsbut Itreetbllt streetsbut
but whether it would consent to take the thoTwentythird theTentythlrd theTweutythlrd
Twentythird street route alone be was w not notprepared notprepared notprepared
prepared to say sayWhile NYWhUe seyVS
While VS bile there was no definite information informationas
as 1 to the term on which the Interborough Interboroughand
and Metropolitan companies will offer to tobuild tobuild tobuild
build the routes they have mapped out it itis itis ItIs
is understood that both will offer to con conMruct coatruet coneltruct
Mruct the Manhattan roads free Mr MrBelrnont MrJJolmont Mrhielmont
Belrnont has also Intimated that if the thecontract tbentracta theContracts
contract < ntracta be ask for are awarded to him himiiis himIIi himhse
iiis IIi company will carry passenger be between behNOn beteenThe ¬
tween teenThe Tho Bronx IironxManhatan Mprinitjsn and King for fora
a I fire Ie cent Oat faro ar The Metropolitan offer offerU
1 U understood to provide for free transfers transfersI
I to o all the surf surface oca line in Manhattan and andthroe andthree andI
I throe cent transfers in The Bronx BronxThe Bronxlb
The 1 lb he Metropolitan company tOmjny is Mid to tohave toha tohave
have ha the rosiest chance of winning Most Mostof Moetor Mostof
of the commUnloner are of opinion that thatthe Ihattbe thatthe
the Metropolitan plan ore more advan ¬
tageous to the city than those proposed proposedby
by Mr Belmont BelmontTo
To meet the demand for additional travel travelling tra travelling vel velJlng ¬
ling facllltle fa lllt1111 on the East Hide tbo ho Inter Interborough Inierborough IntOrborough
borough ban ba asked AIItedperm1u1011 permission to make maketho makotbo makethe
the Second avenue elevated line a four fourtrack fourtrack fourtrack
track road from Harlem to Fourth street streetwhere Itreetbero sireetwhere
where bero it would descend by an easy eUlllade eUllladeOYer grade gradeover gradeOver
over private property to a subway to tho thoBattery thoBattor theBattO7
Battery Battor In anticipation the director directorhavo dlrectorah1o directorshave
have authorized th the Issuance of 14800000 14800000of 48OOO 48OOOof
of new Manhattan stock but the committee committeeha oommlttoohu
ha hu practically determined deto already alread that it itwill Itwill ftwill
will report adversely upon this scheme schemeThat echemTha schemeThat
That the Metropolitan plan are more morecomprehensive morecomprebeDIJlvo moreoomprebenslyo
comprehensive than those of the Inter Interborough In Inborougb Interborough
borough company 1 fa shown by the fact factthat factthat j
that the Metropolitans will cost f 181000000 1185000000and 181000000and l65OOOOand
and the Interborough IlIterboroUibl only tWOOOOOO tWOOOOOODROHX 100000000BRONX OQOOOOOnaoNx
BRONX moilr TJlOLLT UNB TO ruuB UOKI WK CASH CASHThe caSUTho ctsnThe
The New York City Interborough Rail Railroad RalJroad Bailroadhas ¬
road roadhas ha baa received the th permission of the State Staterailroad 8tateralIroad Staterailroad
railroad commissioner to Increase Its Itscapital Itllcapital Itscapital
capital tock from 100000 to 1000000 and andto andto andto
to Issue a mortgage for 7000000 ThIs Thlcompany ThIsoom Thiscompany
oom company I 1a not related to the Interborough InterboroughRapid InterboroubRapid InterboroughRapid
Rapid Transit Company and has beenformed been beenformed beenformed
formed to operate surf surface oca car In The Bronx BronxWOMAN BronxWOIAN BronxWOlIAN
WOMAN HELD HEIdDFORALLN FOR ALLEN ST srFlnE srFlnEJDrf FIRE FIREJury FIRIJury
Jury Ceninre Bin Lerner Lessee of Home Homeand nouaeand houseand
and the Tenement Home CommIssIoner CommlulonerTbe
The Coroners Jury In the inquest on the theAllen tboAllea theAllen
Allen street fire 1lreln in which twenty live were werelost werel06t werelost
lost found a verdict yesterday In which whichthey wblchthey whichthey
they said saidWe saidWe aldWe
We find the lessee J of the premises Mr MrCecilia MrsCecIUa MrCecilia
Cecilia Lerner to be guilty of gross negli negligence tlealJen08 noghigence ¬
gence in keeping the door leading to the theroof theroof beroof
roof locked lockedWd lockedW lockecLW
Wd W also censure the Tenement House HouseCommission HoulOCotJUJ HouseCommleslon
Commission CotJUJ Bl on for not properly inspecting inspectingthe
the condition of tho premises in allowing allowingthe allowingtho allowingthe
the door to remain maia looked We also find findthat ftndthat flodthat
that tho condition of the promises 1 was washighly wuhighly washighly
highly unsanitary UMaI tary and that tho Tenement TenementHOUM TenementJlOU8 TenementHouse
House law had been violated < J by not having havinglights havllllUghta hinglights
lights in the dark hallways at night nightAs alghtAs night4s
As soon as the verdict was rendered renderedCoroner renderedCoroner renderedCoroner
Coroner Goldenkranz ordered the arrest of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Lerner who was in cqurt She was washeld wuhold wasbold
held for the Orand Jury in 12600 2600 ball The ThoJanitress TheJanitrees Thejanitress
Janitress Mrs Ida Beklnsky wo was sent to tothe tothe
the House of Detention in default of 11000 11000bail 1000 1000bail 1000ball
bail bailThroe
Throe tenants of th the house who were wereexamined wereexamind wereexamined
examined yesterday swore that the door dooropening dooropealng dooropening
opening on the roof wa wu wasjdway J ol way kept locked lookedand lockedand lockedand
and that it was locked on the morning of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the fire The Jonltreas a denied this and andsold andaald endsaid
sold that the door was never kept hptlooked hptlookedUnder locked lockedUnder lockedUnder
Under tho statutes any one breaking the thetenement thoteaement thetenement
tenement house law is guilty of a a mls mIsdomeanor ml mldemeanor
demeanor
TO CHRISTEN SHIP S tur P WITH OIL OILGov OILGov orLCoy
Gov noM S SI 855 y Crude Cru dt Kansas Oil wm 111 Be BeUsed DeClOd BeVs011
Used on Battleship Kansas KansasTOPXXA 1CanauTonu KansasTovuA
TOPXXA Ran March 23 23Th Th battleship battleshipKansas battleehtpKansas battleshipKansas
Kansas will be christened by breaking breaJdngbottle a abottle abottle
bottle of Kansas crude oil over it ira prow prowIn prowla prowIn
In place of a bottlo of champagne chm agne This 1 1the 1a 1athe 1the
the idea Ido of GOT Boob a u expressed expre eod by him himtoday himtoday himtoday
today The Tb statement wa u made In con conversation conyor conyorsatlon ¬
versation yor atioa with A D Eddy general OOUQM OOUQMfor ooullMfor oounasI oounasIfor
for tho Standard Oil 01 V6mpany V6mpanyThe Ompany OmpanyThe mpany mpanyThe
The lost time I saw aw you Governor Governormarked re remarked semarked ¬
marked Mr Eddy you expected to make makea
a trip East this spring to attend the launch launchIng laUllchlIIe launchIng
Ing of your battleship battleshipThat battieehJpThat battleshipTbat
That has been postponed until July Julycold JuJysaid Julysaid
said Gov Hoch HochI
I would like to attend that launching launchingand
and see ee you break the th bottle of champagne champagneover oilll paeno paenoover
over tho Kansas Kan u sold M E J Evans Evansattorney ETanaattomey Evansattorney
attorney for the Standard Oil Company CompanyThe CompanyTho CompanyTbo
The Kansas will not be christened ohrtet ned with withchampagne withohampagne withchampagne
champagne quickly responded the GoT Governor GoTomor Ccvernor ¬
ernor It will bo christened with a bottle botUeof bottleor bottleof
of oil oilnot not Standard oil or Independent Independentoil
oil but Just KonMS oil ollKansaa Kansas crude oil oilHELP 011HELP oilHELP
HELP THE WATER DILL DILLMayor DILLMlyor BILLMayor
Mayor McOellan Appeal to the Organlra Organlratlons Ornn11tlons Orgenizatlon
tlons interwted Jnttrcattdnainapo Bainapo Shadow shadowMayor T TMayor 1Mayor
Mayor Modellan wrote yesterday to the themember thememben themembers
member of the commercial civic and andpolitical andpolitical andpolitimi
political organizations of the city asking askingthem uldngthem askingthem
them to renew tbelr active support of the thebill theb1l1 theblU
bill ponding before the Legislature for forsecuring foreecurlag foreccuring
securing additional water ater supply for the thecity thodty thecity
city The Mayor said that tho city cU bad badmade hadmade badmade
made concession after concession to the thedemands tbedemanlis thedemands
demands of Uw upState legislator who whoobjected whoobjected whoobjected
objected to the bill and he added addedThere oddedThere addedThere
There still appears to bo an active op opposition oppositIon ¬
position to the bill oven with its i It proposed proposedamendments propoeedaIJ18ndmenta proposedaxnendznenta
amendments and I am satisfied that this thishostility thishostility I
hostility is largely due to the efforts of cer certain certam ¬ I Ita1n
tain tam interests which have for years 8rs ara boon boonplanning beenplanning n nplanntae
planning to make profit for themselves tbemselvtsout
out of our need n d for water waterSEI7K waterSEIZE waterSE
SEIZE SE KLINES 1fr rs 4 PHONES PHONESAnd PII01 PhONESAnd S SAnd
And Arrest Kline In Ills Room In a Drown Drownstone DrawnItone Brownstone
stone Dwelling DwellingCapt DweUmCapt UweUtnECapt
Capt Cooney of the West Sixtyeighth Sixtyeighthtreet 81xtfel B1xteIghthstreet th thatroot
street police station beard yesterday that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was a poolroom on th the thud floor floorof ft ftoorof or orot
of S3 West Sixtytint street Soon after afterthey afterthey afterthey
they were off at Bencings be tookDeteotiYOl tookDeteotiYOlMlcbaela took Detectres DetectresMichaels DeteotheMlcbaela
Mlcbaela Macdonnelly Dunn and Baxter Baxterand Duterand Baxterand
and went to the place placeTho plaoeThe laoo laooThe
The house in a fine brownstone affair affairfour alaJrfour arilrfourstorlos
four fourstorlos stories high The top floor flooris Is occupied occupiedby occupiedby
by sister of tho Holy Cross who teach toaohthe teohtbe teachthe
the School of St Paul the Apostle not notfar notfar notfar
far away awayWhen awarW1Ia awayWhen
When Capt Cooner knocked at the back backdoor baokdoor backdoor
door of the suspected I uspeoted apartment a artmen a woman womanbearing womanbearing womanbearing
bearing a pitcher of hot water cautiously cautiouslyopened ceuUoualyo cautiouslyopened
opened o ned It ItIs itI ItIs
Is I Mr Norton in asked th the captain captainwith captainwitb captainwith
with rare Ineeniity The woman slammed slammedbeen ellinmedthe slammedthe
the door Meanwhile the detectives ll had hadbeea badbeen
been listening at other doors doo They The re reported reported reported ¬
ported to Cooney that they beard tlr1 tlr1and UoIdngt UoIdngtAIId tlcdngsand
and tinkling tinkllngsThey tlnkllngsTbey
They broke open a door and found five fivemen fivemen fivemen
men in an alcove On an expensive table tablerested tablere tablerested
rested re ted a telegraph Instrument and four fourhimself fourtelephonea fourtelephones
telephones the Calla running trom from S 764 764to 76i
to 37S7 Cournbua A man who dNCrioeu deecriled deecriledhimself
himself 1 ra8elt as Charles Kline a commission commlwlonmerchant commlMloamerchant commissionmerchant
merchant said that ho was the tenant of ofth ofth oflbs
th lbs flat The InK In ument umM were torn out outand outAIId outand
and taken to the station house with the thefive thefive thefly
five fly men Kibe was held and the name nameand namNand namesand
and addresses of his four visitor were wererecorded wenlreoordd wereCapt
recorded recordedCapt reoorddC4pt
Capt Cooney think Kline chose the tholocation tbelocation thelocation
location because of If Its particularly partlcularyapectable re respectable respectable ¬
spectable surroundings surroundingsMade aurroundlngaade surTounngsMade
Made ade Trolley roU Car Stop top nnni way wayA wayA ar arA
A delivery wagon horse ran away awa at atEighth atDgbth atflgbth
Eighth avenue and Twentyoecond street streetyesterday Itreetyoeterdayand streetyesterday
yesterday yoeterdayand and threw out the driver William WilliamRoche WilliamRoche 1WAmRoche
Roche At Twentythud street Patrolman PatrolmanBen PatrolmanBen PatrolmanBen
Ben Merritt grabbed tho reins and was wasdraRKed watdraJtged wasdragged
dragged two blocks Ho got tired ot the theof CbeIIleddlnl thesledding
sledding and sawed the hor horse e over In front frontof frontof
of a southbound trolley car The Im Impact 1mpact lrnpact ¬
pact smashed tho wagon and felled the tbehOrN thebore j jMerritt
hOrN which dropped on the policeman poliOlmanMerritt policemanMerritt
Merritt wa was not seriously mollSl hurt but hi hiuniform hit hitunlfonn hisuniform
uniform was
M sIr lr > lesteh Bcvlrk eett Al AlThe Ale AleIM AleTbe
The taroMlr la the beat bo8li at t th the dab Ill f rrrjnrttr eveflwtrA fTWureA
A partlilar au cut brews Q I sit t ill noa noaI sIouwit4 sIouwit4I
I
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PRESIDENT BLAMES SENATE SENATEHES
HES AT A t I0S8 HOW TO RELIEVK RELIEVKVKJfKIVKLA REUrRFFl1EIJA flELIE3EFNF4f14A
VKJfKIVKLA SITUATION SITUATIONAndThlnUt SIT 5zt4TIONAndTblnks ATION ATIONndl111ak
AndThlnUt the AtUtude of Cailrs Gov Government Government Coyernment ¬
ernment 1Ti Imptred by the Failure of ofthe ofthe oftheSesats
the theSesats Senate to Stand by the Administra Administration AdmJlI1atraCloa ¬
tion In the Banto nto Domingo Affair AffairWisiuNoroN AffairWuWNOTOJf AffaIrWasniNorow
WisiuNoroN March 23 President PresidentRoosevelt PrealdentRooeovalt Presidentflooserelt
Roosevelt Is concerned over what ho re regards reo reolards regards ¬
gards a sa the inability of this Government Governmentto
to take step to relieve the embarrassing embarrassingsituation embarraaataeltuatloa embarrassingsituation
situation presented by the attitude attltudeot attltudeoteaeue1a of ofVenezuela ofVenezuela
Venezuela This condition of affair is isattributed isattributed Isattributed
attributed by the th Administration to the theposition theOI1t1oa theposition
position OI1t1oa assumed by the Senate with refer reference reforenOll referonce ¬
once to the Santo Domingo treaty tnat and the thepostponement theOItponement thepostponement
postponement of action on that agreement agreementWhile agreementWblle agreementWhile
While it U declared that the situation is isnot IIInot Isnot
not strained and the developments developmentaare developmentaarenot are arenot arenot
not such as to cause uae alarm the President is isat isata Isat
at ata a loss to know what can bo dono by byth bythUnited the theUnited theUnlted
United States if occasion should call for forictlon loraction foraction
action on It Its part portIn partIn
In a conversation today with Represen Representative Bapresentative lepreun ¬
tative Baboock of Wisconsin the Presi President Proaldeal President ¬
dent discussed in come detail his sentiments sentimentson
on the thsaubJeot subject of the Venezuela situation situationand aituaUonand situationand
and plainly declared his opinion that the theattitude theattitude theattitude
attitude of Venetuela at this time wo no nodoubt 110doubt nodoubt
doubt Inspired to a great extent by the thefailure thofailure thefallureot
failure fallureot of the Senate Ber Senatetostand ate to stand by bythe the Ad Administration Admlnistratloa Administration ¬
ministration in the Santo Domingo mat matter mAtter matter ¬
ter The President showed that be felt feltthat feltthat feltthat
that President Castro manifested a dis disposition dtapoaItioa dliposition ¬
position to take advantage of this result resultand reaultand resultand
and accepted it i as evidence eYdco of Impotence ImpotenceIn Imptc
In 1 the ap Roosevelt Rvelt Administration1 Adtrod to t meet meetsituations mt mtItulon meetsituation
situations Itulon involving InYlvg the to Monroe Mon Doctrine Doctrineand De Deand Doctrineand
and the th Interest ltor of the t United Unt States St to the thosouthward the8tbwa thesouthward
southward 8tbwa This manifestation mllltoa was ex exhibited e oxbibltod ¬
hibited hbIt in the th apparent apat disposition dption of Pros President P Prosdent ¬
dent Castro Cut to take t steps p toward towa making makingarrangement mS mSapmnta makingarrangements
arrangement apmnta for the settlement etmllt of Euro European Eu European ¬
pean claims cl notably aotly those tho of Germany Ony and andGreat andOr andGreat
creditors creditorsIn Great Or Britain Dt to the exclusion exoluo of American Americancreditors Aerio Americancreditors
ar
In emphatic empho terms ten Mr H Roosevelt Reet depra depraoates dep depreoates
oates o the t action ao of the United Unt State Stat Senate Senatein Snt
in f drawing dwin party py linn l in the Santo Domingo Domingoaffair Domo Domosa Domingosifair
affair sa He 10 sold ad that It was wa greatly geUy to be beregretted beregt beregretted
regretted regt In view Tw of American Amric interests intereststhat Intrt Intrtthat intereststhat
that party lines J1 should aould for a moment b bdrawn b be bedrawn
drawn dwn p in the consideration coadeaton by the United UnitedStates UaltedSt UnitedBIntee
States St of o any a matter mter affecting alfect American Americaninterest Aeo Americaninterests
interest ft in the Caribbean Cbbe Sea B region The Tbochief To Toohl Theoblof
chief ohl concern con of the President Pdeat regoa at this time timeof tme tmeot timeof
of which woh he ha b taken tae note ntel 1 Is that President PresidentCastro Pdt PdtCt PresidentCastro
Castro Ct ha b has given dYI evidence ed of regarding regardingtoo rlang rlangt
too t Washington Wubn Administration Antoa a a bavfhg bavfhgfailed hnl baylngfailed
fae failed to carry c out it Its purpose pr In Santo SantoDomingo Sto StoDoml SantoDomingo
Domingo thereby producing a condition of ofimpotence ofImpoten oflmpotcnoe
Doml tb condtoa
impotence Impoten in this th pog republic rpbL to deal with withsituation wih wihaituaton withsituations I
situation interests aituaton Involving lavolvng American Americn rights rght and andinterests Ad andinterests I
The Venezuelan Venezlan situation elutioa is being bing watched watchedanxiously watchedandouy watchedanxiously
anxiously andouy by the President Pdent and while he he heees hesee
1 see ees no occasion oon for action now be does doesnet dol dolnot doesnot
not attempt attemP t disguise td gu the feelings feigs he MI enter Mtcrt entertam tor tortain
tain t tam that th the tb situation IltUtoa which blch he holds holdsbaa holdlb holdsbaa
baa b resulted ruted from fr postponing ptpag action aolon on the theBanU tbeS theEan1
BanU S Domingo Dmo treaty can 0 have hTe no in influence ind InfuenOe ¬
fluence d a except u0Rt to t create c the impression tp 1 In Intb Inflwmlnd
tb flwmlnd minds of ouch leader lePj to tW tb southward southwardas
o t
as a President Pet Castro Cr that Cba the Washington WashingtonAdministration Wuhlngoa WuhlngoaAdarlon WashingtonAdministration
Administration Adarlon will W not be sustained luaed in t any anypolicy anypic anypolicy
policy pic it t may my adopt to protect prot American AmericanInterests Aeric AmericanInterests
Itort Interests and maintain mt Inviolate the tra traditional tradton traditlonal ¬
ditional dton principles prple of the tb Monroe 110ar Doctrine DoctrineThe Dtre DtreThe DoctrineThe
The next aex development devlopmt In the Venezuela Venezuelamuddle Veezuel Venezuelamuddle
muddle is 1 expected to come from Rome RomeIt
It I is believed blvd ex In I official ofcil circles cree here be that thatItaly tt ttIty thatItaly
Italy Ity is already ary preparing for some II action actionagainst actionagainst
against apls Cautro CAtro for prepg his attempts atemptl to annul annulconcession aul aulcOloaa annulconcessions
concession cOloaa of Italian Iial mining mlll interests interestsand Interesl Interestsand
and ad if that Government Oyen1n8t makes mkea a formal formalprotest formsprotest
protest pr t to th the Venezuela Venela executive oxoUv very verysoon veryloon
soon la no surprise will be caused causedBaron causedBaron
1r w caua
Baron Bn Mayor Myor Des Ds Planches Plche the Italian ItalianAmbassador ItalianAmbassador
Ambassador Abdor called cle at the te State Department Departmenttoday Departmenttoday
today toy He brought brubt with wih him a telegram telegramfrom telegramfrom
from his Government OOYmtt which he transmitted transmittedto
trmtted trmttedto
to Acting Aclc Secretary BtsJ of o State Ste Adee Ade with withwhom wltbwbom withwhom
whom he bad a long conference oonforo Mr MrAdee Jr JrAdet MrAdee
Adee declined declo to make mk public publo the import importof
of the message meee It I was Bald Md that tht It was wasconfirmatory waacltory wasconfirmatory
confirmatory cltory of the press prI depatche depatche which whichannounced whlebIUlnoUllo whichannounced
announced IUlnoUllo Castros Ctro Intention Intotlo to seize ah o the themines tbeme themines
mines me controlled otUe by Italians ltllln In Venezuela VenezuelaASK VenezuelaASIC eele1 eele1ASK
ASK OUR AW AI IN COLOMUIA COLOMUIAForeign COLnl COLnlForfl COLOIl7L4ForeIgn
Foreign Forfl Bondholders Dondoldr Meek Enforcement Fjiforccmentor FforLmmt FforLmmtor
or Panamas lmai Share 8hre of Deht DebtStxcidl DehtSpII DehtpciaI
Stxcidl SpII Cakli Cll DtipolcH Dp d It THI T ant 3CNLOXDOK S SllDKlrc antIjONDOX
LOXDOK llDKlrc March 23 2Lon 23Len Lord Avebury presl presldent p pros prosdent ll lldmt
dent of the council couo of foreign foreig bondholder bondholderhaving bndhold bondholderhaving
having requested ruot the United Ulted States to towithhold towlthbold towithhold
withhold its it payments pyts to Panama Pa until untilthe UIIt1 UIIt1tbe untilthe
the latter latter1 bare of the Colombian Colomb debt debtcould debtcould debtcould
could be arranged age Secretary Btary of State StateHay Bta Btalay StatHay
Hay lay replied rople on O Feb 10 that his hl Govern Government Gvr Goveroment ¬
ment mtt wa wu unable UIIabl to comply with the request requestbecause fUlt fUltbu requestbecause
because bu the t council OUllc not It being bg citizens dte of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United Unied States 8t could not claim olm the latter latterassistance la lattersassistance tterl tterlulieance
ulieance assistance In I collecting coleing bond bd against for foreign forela foreigxi ¬
eign ela government governmentLord gTemmtt governmentsbord
Lord Lr Avebury Tebu on 0 March Hr 10 wrote wte Mr MrHay A Mrflay
Hay exrg expressing much regret reget at the de decision de doolalon ¬
cision oao and appealing ap allB to the affirmation affirmationin dlrrtio
in President Pelmt Roosevelt ROOlS message mlp that tt It Itwoa Itwu Itwas
was incompatible with international IteU equity euJty
for the th United State Stat to disallow deUow other otherPower otherPower
Power POWI to compel compl satisfaction etaco of the claim claimof c claimsof
of o creditor crtra while whle the United Unied States Bttee itself Iteelfrefused Ielt Ieltrfu itselfrefusodtodoeo I
refused refusodtodoeo refusodtodoeoLord to t do so soLord
rfu 1
Lord Lrd Avebury Avbury cited ct President Pridet Boos Roosevelts Roo Roovlt Boosvolt ¬
velts vlt volt action aa in I the Santo Sllto Domingo Dm matter matterand mtter mtterand matterand
and Bald II that tht th th the council OUllc had h deduced deduo from fromthis fromthl fromthis
this thl that he would wu assist ul the holder bolde of ofColombian orColobln ofColombian
Colombian Colobln bond bond whose wb claims o were at atleast atleut atleast
least as good a as those tbO of the Santo Bato Do Domingo Domlng Domnlngo ¬
a
mingo mlng bondholders bndholo and who the council councilthought oouaoUthught councilthought
thought thught had a claim clim foreopecUl for Opocl especial considera consideration conldea conldeaton conalderalion ¬
lion ton in 1 view Iew of the prejudice pJuL they th ey had hadsuffered Od Odluerd hadsuffered
suffered luerd in 1 consequence coDuace of the secession secessionof ioa
of Panama Panm from fmCololbl fromColozbla Colombia After At thanking thankingM tl
M 1 r Hay for his bl courteous cueoul replies rpl to his hiso bl
o ommunloatlons omunLtlons Lord Lr Avebury Anb con concluded concu concludsd ¬
cluded cludedWo cu cludsdWe
Wo venture vtlr tre again aga to trespass trp upon ua your yourIdndneM yo yourklndnesa I
IdndneM IndIn in asking kllg you to Inform laon us u whether whetherthe whehe whetherthe i
the United State 8ttOovment StatcaGovernment Government would inter intervene Intr Intrvene IntrJvene
vene In the th direction dieton of securing rl the recog recognition log logIUon recognltlon ¬
nition IUon and payment 7lnt by Panama Pan of an al equita equitable equitable equltable ¬
ble share ahar of the Colombian Colomban debt if a request requestto rUNt rUNtto
to that effect offe were wOr submitted lubmltt to your Ex Excellency E Excehlncr ¬
cellency clln by b the Government Oofrenu of Groat Ort Brit Britain Brit flitala ¬
ain and Holland HI1nd whoso whO subjects aubje are chiefly
a ceDy
interested iart in t Colombian Clomh bonds bondsPRESS boad boadPRESS bondsPRESS
PRESS DOMTNOO DOl OO CLAIMS CLAIMSBelgian CLAM CLAMDfl CLAIMSBelgian
Dfl Belgian Minister Un Demands Dta Immediate ImmediatePayment luaeate luaeatePlmt ImmediatePament
Payment Plmt or Bills DUUp DUl DUltr Billsap4ct
ap4ct p tr < c < at CoUt CI Dupau DI PSS tt S Tat n Son SonSANTO S Sux8axT0
SANTO BUCT DOUINOO DWING Crrr Cm1 March 23 23In In view viewof Tiewof viewof
of the adjournment aoent of the United Uated States StatesSenate St StatesSenate
Senate Bnte and the failure talu of the treaty ty under underwhich unde underwhich
which whch the te United Unted States Ste Government Oovet wo woto wato wasto
to administer the Santo Sto Domingo Dor customs customsreceipt customsreceipt
receipt rlp a and ad pay y off of this th republics republdl om foreign foreigncreditorsM toc foreigneyed
c eyed creditorsM 10 item J M Banns Rn the Belgian Bg Minister Ministerhanded Ministerhanded nter nterhae
handed hae in JI today tolY an energetic protect protectagainst protestagainst
against aaln any further fU delay del enorpo In the th payment paymentof poet poetaaln
pyllt pyllto
of the Belgian claim claimIt claimsIt
o It I 1 ii teMrted Me c that th the French Feeh German Germanand O Germanand
and example Papk Italian It representative rU will m follow folow his hisexample hisPapk hi hiexample
JACK MCK ov 00 run runBroadway TIl lUUImI lUUImIDra FLAUIOlJ FLAUIOlJflros41a7
Broadway Dra Turn T TnrniI to Lo U at Him ln Kanlnc KanlncAway SaiP SaiPAway In InAa111
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It look lcok a sa it Wally Waly Held Jot steeplejack steeplejackwa ItfpleJak
wa WA warn going to tnako m good his hi boast but that thatworking tbatwoa thatworking
working woa png from trm th the top g bo h would wou cut ou down downth dowath downthe
th th the flagpole fr1oa on the th Ann A street atn aide of the thePark thePa theParkflow
Park Pa Parkflow Row H Building Bung piece by piece In two twoday twod twodays
day d On OBh Marco 3 p Wally Way climbed pee clmb the theflagpoU theflpo be beflagpole
flagpole flpo the th top of which is 334 3 feet te above abovetho abovot abovethe
the street to make preparations Since Sincethen Blnoetha Sincethen
t sr mak pprio
then tha bo b ho b has been bn waiting watC for a favorable favorableday fnorbll fnorblldy favorablethya
day dy thya day c when wb bare ttr would wo be absolutely absolutelyno loutoly loutolyao
no air a Mining 1 Yesterday yeay be said ad suited suitedhim aultd aultdhm suitedhim
him hm to t 6 a T THo Tl Tlie
Ho l started a up the polo pol about aut 10 oclock oclockIn ooook ooooki
In i tbo lb morning mrl anchored ancor his 14 stationary stationarytickle JUol stationarytickle
tickle toklf to which Wb tho safety ae harness h in which whichbe whcb whcbb whichho
be b bung bun wa was 11 fastened faa a few feet f from tho thotop thotop thetop
top of the t pole pol and began bec sawing swg away awayho awayA awayAs
A As tu fast en 10 ho sawed wed off th the pieces ave above hi him himhe
ho h lowered lowle them th to t a man m p on tho thor thereof thereofWith roof roofWith
With each eh shift Ibi ho wa was of ofooure course cou obliged obligedto obUg
to lower hi h stationary ItUOo tackle t on o the th polo poloThese pol poleThese
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bold bod on the t pole pl depended dpad then tb only onl on hi hiclimber h hiclimbers
climber cn and ad the te little li l rapport apport that be could couldget o couldget
get g from hi b arm an while ho worked work with withthematthoumeUme wltbthem withthem
them thematthoumeUme at attheamnetlrne tho m time Whilehewa Webe chang changing cg cgIng citinglag ¬
ing his h tackle t the saw 1 hung at hi his aide ade and andIts andIt andits
Its It glitter gtter in t the sun lu was visible Tbe to the tbocrowds tbecwd thecrowds
cwd crowds that t watched wato him h Ho appeared appearedsitting appearedsitting
attg sitting in 1 his swing nng away awy up there tr ap like le a amere Amre amere
mere mre spook spookPeople lpk lpkPflo spookPeople
People Pflo ao a far down a U Cortlondt Crt1t street streeton at
on Broadway Brway a stopped to look Jool and a u the thopole theple thepole
pole ple wayed a y or spp his h swing Iwsb shifted from fr one C onedde i iuldo
uldo td to the ho other oIlr It wo was not unusual unW to0e to0ewomen tol case casewomen
women wom turn tu away fearful feru of what might mighthappen mght mghthappeB mighthappen
happen At some Ime place pl In lower Broad Broadway Brd Brdway Broadway ¬
way the policemen polmn were kept ket buy buy clearing clearingthe clerg clergthe clearingthe
the street streetWhen art artWhea streetWhen
When Held Hed knookod Ioe off 01 work about abt abtoololt 4 4oclock 4oclock
oclock oololt ho had h half hf tho t pel pole down and the theJiarder thorder thearder
Jiarder rder half hl at that thatOh tht thatOh
Oh a little Utle stiff lt stlfithati that ttl all a was the only onlycomment onlycnt onlycomment
comment cnt he would make mke on questions queton a ato u uto asto
to bow bo ba felt feltHs feltHs feltHewIIlgoCUaforthejob
Hs HewIIlgoCUaforthejob will w got IUS U for fo the Job Tbe Te Tbepoheis Tbepoheistaken polo 1 1taken fa fatakn
taken takn down BO that it wont wo be struck atck by bylightning ty tylibtlng bylightning
lightning lightningTO libtlng libtlngTO
TO CONTEST COTES WEIOUTUAN WILL WILLEffort WILLEor WILLEffort
Effort Eor to Keep He Mr 11r Walker Wlker Prom Fm Inheriting lertla
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PaiLADZLPna P IDUU March Maro 23 2M 23Mrs Mrs Jones JoneoWlflter JonMWiter JonesWIster
WIster Witer ono of the social eo leaders lee of Phil Philadelphia Ph Phildolphin ¬
dolphin dephi has b been bn gathering evidence evidencequietly eide evidennequietly
quietly quiey to support the pering suit eut she will wl now nowbegin nowbga nowbegin
bga begin to break brk the will w of William Wiliam Weight Weightman Woght Weightman
man ma who loft lot his bl hi entire ent fortune fortue of 100000 00000000 00000000to
Walker to his h daughter dagt Mrs M Anne Ae M Weightmon WeightmonWalker WeCht WeigbtmnanWalker
Mrs M Wister Wa first tllt husband bubd was one of ofWelgbtmans otWelgbtme ofWelgbtmnans
Welgbtmans Welgbtme sons e and she has b entered enteredupon enteredupon
upon the contest con t entirely oUy through tug a sense senseof leno lenoof senseof
of duty toward towa her children childrenj cidn childrenMi
I Ji Mi Wlt WLeter h has m0ne millions of h her own and aadIlmmeDo andImmenso
j Immense nodal prestige as well The Thedooent Thedocuments
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1 documents dooent she se has b hs secured eeem Bm to show showthat ehw ehwthat showthat
that Mr M Wdghtraa Waht Intended lted to remember rememberhis
his hi other heirs bers There Tere Is a reference refeoe to a acodicil aoc acodicil
codicil to hi h his will But Bt there is I no codicil codicilSome codicilSome
oc wl oo
Some Smo of the letters Jetore will w be backed b by evi evidence e1 l ldance ¬
dance deaceab showing that t they twre wore written writtenImmediately wrU w itten ittenbnxnedlAtalT
Immediately Im T aftsrfMr Itt M Wtlghtmatf W tad tadtalked hadtalked
talked tke with Mrs M Walker Wao and their th 1 con content contt contents ¬
tent will be compared with letters lete and andstatement andstatements
tt wl coma a
statement sttemct from him hm on the same ae subjects subjectsImmediately aubJo subjectsIrninedlatehy
Ilelaty Immediately before bore tho visit vll and which whichi whichare
i j are entirely enty different dert in Intention IntentionTbe ittion intentIonThe
The contest will 1 be upon the ground gund that thatMr thatI thatMr
I Mr Weightman W lght showed ehowd eccentricities eontricltO that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would throw doubt dubt upon his h mental mentalcondition mntl mntlconditoa mentalcondition
condition conditoa at the time t his bl brief will wl was wasdrawn wasdrawn 1
drawn dw Effort will m also 1 be b made mde to show showundue Ibowundu showundue
undue undu influence influenceARTS tfiuno influenceARTS I
ARTS AR CLUB BUYS TILDEN TIDEN HOUSE HOUSETo i iTo
To Dulld DDld a Studio Beside Dfde the Residence netldeneeIn ntldfee ntldfeeI
In I tie Ue Lot LotThe Lt LtT LotThe
The T National Naton Arts Ar Club Cub which has a house bouseIn hoU housein
In 1 Thirtyfourth Trtyfouh street atrt purcliased purha yester yesterday ytr ytrdAY yesterday ¬
day through thugh Aibforth AMorb t Co C the old Sam Samuel S Samus ¬
uel ul JTildon J nden residence Tldenc 14 i I4andi5 and IS Gramercy GramercyPork Orel GramercyPark
Pork Pak from Charles Cr0 D Sabln Bbin The purchase purchasewas pure purewu
was made me by the club cub in conjunction tOauncUon with withother wih wihotber withother
other interests Intert What these other inter interests intorotl Intereste ¬
ests otl are ar was as not revealed revealedThe rerole royoahedThe
The club cub will wU retain ret it it its Thirtyfourth Thirtyfourthstreet lryfourtb lryfourtberee
street eree property prprtr pr pefly and will m erocta er a studio stud on ontho al onthe
the t part of the Tilden Tldea property not nt occu occupied ou ouple occupled ¬
pied ple p by b the residence rldonce Ample ground gud is isavailable laavalble Iiavailable
available avalble for this purpose pur the plot being beingC0xl40 beingCdt beingSOxidO
C0xl40 Cdt feet feetTheTlldeohousolsa4 feetThe feetTheTildonhousela
TheTlldeohousolsa4 The Tldc hou I a 4 story ltry and ad andbaaemneat andbaaemneatoccupying basement basementoccupying bet betopyg
occupying the northerly lIorherly part prt of the lot lotIt lotIt lotIt
opyg It consisted conile originally origy of two houses bo on onthe o onthe
the remodelling remoelli of which Mr TUden Tldc spent spentabout lpt lptabut spentabout
about abut 1400000 1400000Tbe 1 too0cxThe
The property was a sold eld under unde decree der of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the BupreroeCourt 8uprourt propy In a partition pUo suit ll brought broughtby
by the New NeW ew York Publla PbUC Library Lbrar Aster AsterLenox Atr AtrLox AstorLenox
Lenox Lox and Tilden TdeaFotioaat Foundations against tho thoTilden thoTien theTilden
Tilden Tien estate otats in t IBM 11 At that time U thn It wo wostruck wuItrk wasstruck
struck Itrk down at 110000 1180 150000 to Mr Sabln Bbl who whomarried wbomSulTde whomarried
married mSulTde Miss Susie BusleTilden Tilden a niece le of Samuel SamuelJ Sue
J Tilden TildenOAS Tiden TidenGAS TildenGAS
GAS COMMITTEE COJIITEB HAS HA COUNSEL COUNSELCharles CU1IFIJ CU1IFIJQrN COUNSELQiaflro
Charles QrN E E i Ilncties JnpN ncpabllcan Rtoblen loth Dis District Da Dlitrto ¬
trict tret Selected SelectedFive SelectedFive ett
Five FiY of the t seven la member membra of o the go goinveitlgatlng g gas gasiniestlgptlzig
inveitlgatlng 1ltplg committee omltteo met mt In the t room roomof r roomof
of Senator Snt Stevens BveDi in I the te Fifth Avenue AvenueHotel Au AvenueHotel
Hotel o llt last night aliI and aa formally fonl approved appro of ofhis ofbl ofhis
his bl election llln of Charles Carll E Hughes Bub a ueno as senior seniorcounsel seniorcounsel
counsel cnl The T two Democratic Dmorat members membersSenator mmbl memberSenator
Senator Sto Grady Ory and Assemblyman Amblr Palmer Palmerwere Paer Paerwre Palmerwere
were wre not present prlat Another Anotbr meeting mting will willba willb willbe
ba b h hel held ld today toay to select el the Junior Junio counsel counselMr Cul CulMr ouunaelMr
Mr Hughes HuKhe is the senior ealor member mmbr of the theArm ther thenrn
Arm r fit of Hughes Husa Rounds It Scbuman Shu of ofDA ofI ofte
DA I Broadway Broway He le is I I a Republican RpubU and lives livesin IIs IIsi livesin
in i th t the Nineteenth Nltnth Assembly AlmW district dtct He Hebo ls lsbu lieha
bo bu never nwr been a active to I politic polt He e Is Iscounsel Iscouni 1 1counsel
counsel couni for ibo New York and a Westebetter Westebetterrailway Welheetr WelheetrrwA Weachestarrailway
railway rwA company comp that recently rntl got a fran franchise frn frnchL franchise ¬
chise chL from fr the Board Brd of Aldermen Aldren for a afour afourtke1t afour
four fourtke1t track electric road r which It has h planned plannedto pln
to build buil through Westchetiter Weltcbe tr county and andTbo anciThe
The Bronx lroD One of his bl partners para is 1 former formerAnaUtant fonr fonrAIlt formerAssistant
Assistant AIlt District Dltlct Attorney Attry Schurraan SchurraanSenator Shuan ShuanSntor SchurinanSenator
Senator Sntor Steven Stens refused rfu to tell ul tellwho who recom recommended rom rommnded recommended ¬
mended mnded him bl to the committee committ Public PublicBesrtons PublloO Publioretsiioua
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that the Rockefellers intend to
potted ptted Rkefelllralntond t con contest cont contest ¬
test t the election eJon of o the th citizens ctiz ticket Uckt on onwhich oawbleb onwhich
which John Wirth Irth the young oug butcher butcherwas bter bterwu butcherwas
was elected elot president last 1 Tuesday Tey It I Iaid II IIa Issaid
aid that tht young pont men me under ue age a voted yol and andalso nnda1 andalSo
a YOUI
also a1 that th a number of o the employers emplor of a acertain acla acertain
certain cla factory fal voted vot who were re not lIo en entitled entite entitled ¬
titled to t vote v Two To trustees tra on 0 the Rock Rockefeller Rke Rockfeller ¬
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for Fa I Farmuors art mm to I Supply lupty Army Are Hone HonePriests lonN lonNPttl IoesesPriNts
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WARSAW WU1W March Mar 23 2Tlere 23There There U 1 I great Ct in indignation IndgUoa Indignatlon ¬
dignation dgUoa here ber over ovr a reported murderous murderousmilitary murderousmilitary
mUt military attack attk on unarmed ur rpr peasant pll in the theKutno tboKutao theKutno
Kutno district dlto Tb The peasant pt a week ago agowere agowere 10 10were
were ordered to supply horse hoJ to the army armyunder armyUIIdor armyunder
under orr tho mobilization mobtl 8UIpy UoD order orer The order orderangered orer orerager orderangered
angered ager them be and ad they refused refu to comply complywith complywIth complywith
with it itOn itOa ItOn
On Tuesday Tuey ISO 10 of thorn the gathered gthere on o the thehighway thehhway thehighway
highway hhway near 1e Lanlenta Laleata and apparently apparentlywero appty apptywere
were discussing resistance to thQ enforce enforcement enforCemeat ¬
d eore eoremet
r
meat met of the order when whe the chief ch of o police poUoaof plc plcof
of Kutno Kut and a company of infantry tatant ar arrired errivod
rired riT and ordered ort compy them t to disperse d The Thepeaaanta Te Tepts Thepeasants
peaaanta pts did not nt understand undertd Ru Russian lan and andconsequently andconuenty andconsequently
consequently did not move moveThereupon movoTrupoa moveThereupon
conuenty Thereupon Trupoa the commander omder directed directedthe dle directedthe
the th soldiers IOlde to fire The crowd cw seeing II the theoldlera theIOldiera thesoldiers
soldiers raise their rifles scattered and andran andran
thei rce It an
ran r Throe Thr r volley Toll followed and fifty fiftyof tty ttyof fiftyof
of the peasant pt fell two of them dead dedThe d deadThe
The commander refused to allow the thewounded thewOUllded thewounded
aow
comer r
wounded men to be taken take to their the homes homesbut bome homesbut
but insisted te that they be taken t ak ea in carte oorUto carteto
to Kutno Kutn a six l hours hou journey Jouey They re received T Tehed receied ¬
ceived ehed no attention attenton and eight egbt of them themdied themdld themdied
died before bore Kutno was reached rbe Nine Nineothers NIneotber Nineothers
others otber ore a in a hopeless hop condition conditionThe condton condtonTe conditionThe
The Te police pDe asked ued priest priMt to bury the thedead theded thedead
dead ded at Itngbt night lest Jet there tbor bo b a demonstration demonstrationThe dmontrtoa dmontrtoaT
The T priests priet refused rU saying the troops troopemight trp troopsmight
might mgh kill kl but they tho could cd ly not 1101 rob r the th rio viotiias riotime 0 0ti
time ti of proper propr Christian Crt burial bu An A 1m1 1m1inense im imJ immanse
manse J crowd from trm a wide td district dtric attended attendedthe attendedthe
the Ch funeral fUller and piled pIl masses m of flowers ow on onthe oath onthe
the coffins coffinsThis comnsThis
th cof
This Thi was 0 not only an expression of ym a eyrnpathybut ympathybut
pathybut pthybut a passive plvo indoreement indoJmet exoa of the theopposition theoptlon beopption
opposition to mobilization mobll1mton and dragooning dragooningA doon
A opption deputation dputatioa of residents Ildent of the Uo Kutno Kutnodistrict Kumaditc utno utnodistrict
district ditc is I now on o the te way to Warsaw Warw to tocomplain tocompl tocomplain
complain compl to GovernorGeneral Ooororneral Maxiroovitob MaxiroovitobTho Moito
The latter lattr arrived arve here today ty lie liefavorably Uefavorably liefavorably
favorably impressed impl the Poles Pole by his hisgracious b hisgracious
gracious bearing bang and by attending attndi mass J in intho intho inthe
gou tho Roman Rm Catholio Cathedral Catbe after a at attending a attending
t in Orthodox Church ChurahThis ChurchThis
tending ding mates I an a Oroox Cu
This is the first ft time a Russian Rueaa Governor Governorho Onro
revolution ho b attended attndo of a 1831 Catbollo Ctbolo maw ml since ano the therevolution thereToluUon therevolution
Later Ltr tho Governor Oovrr visited vllt the Roman RomanCatholio Ran RanCtholo BomanCatholic
Catholic Ctholo Archbishop Arbbbbo and a it Is t understood understoodthat understoodthat
that he h aaked the tb prelates prlate help in t restor restoring restering ¬
Is ing order in i Poland Polan The Tl Incident innt is re regonied regar yegarded <
gonied gar as initiating Inlllg a aoailatory conciliatory policy policyLONDON pl plLJfDN policyLoxDo
LONDON LJfDN March Mah 21 2T 4The Tbo Standard StandardOdessa Btaldar StandardsOdessa
Odessa Od correspondent coraponent says ay that 3000 I ro rosenrUU reILu yeservists
senrUU ILu who ore a quartered qur upon the in inhabitants inhaitt Inhabitants ¬
haitt habitants of Ntcolaleff Nlola are a terrifying rng the thotown t thetown
town ta They The y parade the t streets It threaten threatening tata tataI threatenIng ¬
ing I to wreck wk every p enrthlg everythiegratber thing rather rtr than t go 1 to toManchuria toJolhu toManchuria
Manchuria Jolhu The 1 Governor Oomo Gorernorhas ha h telegraphed telegraphedI tgph tgph9J tslographbdtorx
I torx or jugular troop to check tb t tMET dlaorder dlaorderMET
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MET RUSSIAN BALTIC FLEET FLEETIXeport FIJFr FIJFrnrpr FLEETReport
Report nrpr From Fm Maortttn JlaWUI of 0 r the Sighting Blghtlncef Sptna Sptnacr
ef Roje nOJttn1 Iejestyiiukys tveniky Squadron SquadronSfirtat Iqron Iqron8p1C1 qnadronBpiclaI
Sfirtat 8p1C1 CaWS Cob < DnpMclui DtplW u 1 Tom T Sex SexPORT s sPORT SexPont
PORT Louis LV18 Mauritius MautiU March Mar 23 2A 2Aetemr 23A 23Asteamer A Asteamer
etemr steamer from Colombo Colomb reports repor that on the thenight tbeIgbt thenight
night Igbt of March Marh 10 lCabe she met ret a Russian R 1n torpedo torpedoboat toro torobt torpedoboat
boat bt which wh1 was followed followe by a a fleet t the thenationality thonUonlty thenationality
nationality nUonlty of which hlcb could not be made madeout mde mdeout madeout
out The position piton where the fleet ftt was wassighted WI WIsghtNI wassighted
sighted sghtNI is not no stated statedIt Itated ItatedI statedI
It I Is I Inferred Infer that it I was tho Russian Rua Baltic Balticfleet Bltio Bltiolet Baitlofleet
fleet let proceeding prs to the eastward eastwardLONDON Ntwar eastwardLONDON
LONDON LNDN March 21 2Tbe Tbe fe Paris Pr corre correspondent correspondent ¬
spondent of the Morning Moring Leader LtadtrfTlt Leadersays taf It is re reported repr reported ¬
ported pr that a Japanese Japtl torpedo torpo boat bat the theadvance theadvanc theadvance
advance advanc guard gur of the Japanese JapM squadron squadronhas aqUAdronb4
has b4 pftfwed p Colombo Colomb Ceylon Cylon bound west westJAPS n westJ4PS t
JAPS SEIZE ANOTHER AOTIIB TOWN TOWNTake TOJf T0WVrake
Take Tke Clianclnru aln Clian tutu nfu in I Their Teir Advance to the theNorth theNorth
North 7orth From Fom Mnkden MnkdenSfttiaJ IIDkdentr Mukdcn3aJ
SfttiaJ tr Cttlt C4W Dttpttth DlpI la 1 TBS T Srv SrvTOKIO St StTaco StXTonzo
Taco March Mch 2J 2SA A despatch d toh from Jap Japanew Japanese
anew headquarters hdquera In the t field fld says uysOur MT saysOur
Our detachment dlAohnt entered entr Cbangtufu Cbangtufutwenty Changtufutwenty
twenty teaty miles ml north of Kolyuanonthe Ky o th after afternoon aftr aftrnooa afternoon ¬
of March 21 largo bodies of the
noon M 211r b t enemy enemyretreatiiTg enmy enmyrettg enemyretnaticg
retreatiiTg rettg In disorder drr in t a northeasterly northeasterlydirection norery norerydloa northeasterlydirection
direction dloa Some Smo Russian Ru cavalry OTlry halted haltedthree btd btdthr haltedthree
three thr kilometre kiomtlllor north of Changtufu ChangtufuNEW Cguu CguuFW ChangtutuNEW
NEW FW JAPANESE TAPAEfE LOAN IOAN10OO LOANiioooo00o
10000000 10OO at 4 i 12 > a Per Cent cntprice cntpriceProbably nCPoo nCPooPobablY Price PriceProbably
Probably PobablY About Abot Par ParThe Pr PrTho ParThe
The new 0 Japanese Jape lean lea will wn amount mout to toOO
80000000 OO half bi of it to be placed plao here hereThe heree hereThe
The e loan lo will wi bear br 4 per cant ct Interest InterestThe Intet IntetTo interestThe
The To terms ten upon up which wblo the to bonds bd are to bo booffered b beoffered
offered offer to the thl public pblo are not known knoW yet yetbut yetbut t tbut
but since aloo the unsecured unle 6 per pr oont ct Sap Japanese Sapincas ¬
incas ael bonds bd are ar selling Illg at par p in I London Londonand Ldo Londonend
and the unsecured uscur 4 per pr coot ct bonds bd at 88 88banker 8 ssbanker
banker b18 believe bleve that the new issue le will wi be beoffered beoffer beoffered
offered offer about abt at par as it la secured by the thetobacco thetobeo th thtobacco
tobacco tobeo monopoly monopolyKuhn monopolyKh monopolyKuhn
Kuhn Kh Locb Lb A Co C will w associate 81te with withthemselves wit withthemselves
themselves tbolvl the same group gup of bankers bankersthat bk beakersthat
that participated plcpted In the subscription lubecpUo of ofthe otthe ofthe
the two previous prou loans lo A large part prt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the first nn loon lo has bi been b resold rld abroad abroadCOST abrd abrdCOf abroadCOST
COST COf TO RUSSIA RUSS lOOOflOO000 lOOOflOO000Estimate 100 100EUmlte 1000000000Estimate
Estimate EUmlte of Jiie the o War ar Expenses ExNe B 80 Far FarIn FarIn FarIndtgnatlcn In Indignation ¬
dignation dlsUon at Home Home0Mctal lomt lomtpcW Home3el
0Mctal pcW caMi Vttftlt it Tea Ta SUM SUMLONDON S ensLoxoox
LONDON LNDN March Mab 24 2Tho The Moscow MOow corre correspondent cor correspondent ¬
spondent lpndent of the Standard Blalar says aar that it is isestimated iseUmatd Isestimated
estimated eUmatd that the two milliards rUar of rubles rble
110000000 1000000000 already alrady spent Int on the war warare warare warare
are all IU Irretrievably Irtenbly lost This Tis is 1 causing causingindignation ou causingIndignation ng ngindignaton
indignation indignaton that tht is i proportionate proporonate to the therecognition thergnton therecognition
recognition rgnton of the great ct need nl for Govern Government OOTm OOTmment Governmont ¬
ment old ad to agriculture arioulture and productive productiveworks proucUve proucUveorb productiveworks
works worksThe worksTho orb orbThe
The correspondent corpondenta oorreapondontadds adds that enough groin groinis
is i thrown tlrown away every ec week wek alongside alonsdo gn gni the therailways theralwaI therailways
railways ralwaI owing to lack lak of transportation transportationfacilities tportoa tportoafacJe transportationfacilities
facilities facJe to cover cov St Pauls Cathedral Cathedralnoitla Cthe Cthenla CathedralRussia
Russia nla to Raise Ba S1OOOOOOOO S1OOOOOOOOJpfftaJ S1000000003pscli 000 000oP
JpfftaJ oP Cattt Dtiptlclt Dplc if Tns T SUIT SUITLONDON S SLNDON 305LONDOS
LONDON LNDON March Marc U 2A 23A A news nwa agency agencydespatch aeeac agencydespatob
despatch dlpt from St S Petersburg Iterbura says sYI that th an anagreement anagment anagreement
agreement agment was w signed alld today toda for the Issue Issueof I imueof
of the new Russian Ruldan Internal Inter loan lon of 1100000 10000 100 100coo
coo 0 U I Itwillbolseuedat5andwillbere Itwillbolseuedat5andwillberedeemabhe will wl be issued tud at M e and will wl be re redeemable reo reodmbl ¬
deemable dmbl In I fifty tty years yearsM Tra TraMr yearaorr
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Wont 1oD B Di Ontf Outshone bone by b the Ue Iroquois IroqoelTb lu lumre Iroquoisnit
Tb member mre of the th Demooratio DUo DeUIO rIItiO Club Clubdecline Cub Cubdelne Clubdecline
delne decline to admit aIt that tt the te Iroquois lro Club Cub of ofCbloago ofCio ofChicago
Chicago Cio which whoh has ha captured pta Bryan Ban will willhave wl willhave
have the best 11 of the th Jefferson Jee day dy lineup lineupPresident Ilep IlepPrt lineupPresident
Prt President Fox FOJ Issued b last J night nlt a statement atatementthat atat atatth statementthat
that th Jodge Parker would attend th the local localdinner localdinner
Jop Prr wuJd atd te ted
d dinner and added adde that tht it i was not aott true truethat truethat
that Judge Porker refused to speak at the thedinner tbede thedinner
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dinner de until u after a he b had b heard hod lp that t Mr MrBryan MrBryan
Bryan Br and ad ePtC oxPrsdentCereisn PmidantCl nland bad h sent senttheir Ht Htt senttheir
their t regreU rest Mr HJ0 Ton explained explainedJudge ei explainedjudgo
Judge Ju e Parker Pb cent Ht regret r because b ba bahad b bebid
had h other oth plan But B being btC an old friend friendof fMd fMdot friendofhLsIawhlzn
of ofhLsIawhlzn bis hi I aw p w him h and a urged urle him h that It Itwo i Itwas
wo wa hi b his duty dt to put p aside a his h other oe engage engagement eple engagemeat ¬
meat which wbi bo boted consented to do doExMayor do doFxMayor
ExMayor EKyor Van Wyck Wy who wo is i at a the head headof he headof
of o the committee ot of c arrangements aet offer offerto oen oento oera oerato
to bat b MCOO 1 5 that the t Democratic Dto Club Clubdinner Cuba Cubade Clubdinner
dinner de will bar a more I more prominent pent place placein p1
in 1 the t eye fN of the th country o than t the t Iroquois Irouol Iroquoisdinner Iroquolsdinner
dinner dO Th T Democratic Dmortlo Club Cub will wi have havoTom haveTom haveTom
Tom Watson Waa th th the Populist Popu candidate cdte for forpresident forprdtt forpresident
president prdtt Tom Tm Johnson Job and United Ult States StatesSenator StateSenators
Senator St Stone Ste DUbOIS Dbl and Newlands NewlandsBLAZE Newld NewldDIAZB NowlandsBLAZE
BLAZE AT MR fl LYIIO LYDIC LYDIC8fl LYIIcPSermnts > S SServant
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rived fMEtro medElectric Electric Wire r the Ue Cause CaoieWhile Ct CauseWhile
While We Mr and Mr ATi Philip PbJp M Lydlg of ofS
88 S East Et Fiftieth Flth street Ir were out at dinner dnner last lastnight lutIg lastnigb
night their th butler discovered dover that tht a badly badlyinsulated b badlyInsulated
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insulated iDlu electric elo light 1ht wire wi had h set t fire fireto fireto lireto
to the wainscoting Wltlnl on the th second ed floor floorThe loor loorT floorThe
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quarters qrtel and Engino EKnl 65 5 and snc Truck Tk I were wereent wr weresenttothehouaeonastlllalarm
ent senttothehouaeonastlllalarm ent to the to house boU on a still alarm al By Bythe Bythetixne the thetime thed
time d the th firemen tma arrived ared the servants eerTnl bad badput hidpu hadput
put pu outthe fire fireMORE lre lreUORC fireMOIW
MORE NEW NEf TELEPHONE TFLlpnOlE RATES RATESReduction RATEBeatoDlfr RATESReduetlonsifor
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The To New Ne York Yor Telephone Teepbo Company Companyannounced Compy Compyanoo Companyannounoed
announced anoo last night nt that tht after aftr June Jul 1 1this 1this
this tll new schedule aeule of rate rate from tr Manhat Manhattan Mnhat Machattan ¬ I
tan and an The Te Bronx Broax will wl be adopted adoptedItaUi aop adoptedfloM
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A new 118 aohedulo ae e of rate rt forBrooklyn forBrooklynannounced torCBrkyl forBrooklyannounced
announced aoc yesterday 7ory place plao tho toll t for forsubscriber forsbb forsubscribers
subscriber sbb at a 54 4 f to lay or a direct d line Il eoooalU eoooalUwbvro OuJ 000OaIIIwhere
where wbm U i w was 11 formerly tor l see M for 700 70 ol callin calls callsb
b t the t business dUtrlot ct and a MO 1 o A yeas n for forInjteadfpf fordire5enc1ne
dire5enc1ne al Injteadfpf IIJ a t a ar U
t beflt3I or 1tt In tflth r 1ntf Boaoh m landConey ae ked Conej
Island Id dUtriota ct there te will w be m redaction redactionto
to t24 24 a year y for party lines I pa In private privateresidences printerdeO privateraddenoe
residences residencesHIT rdeO rdeOnIT raddenoelilT p
HIT BY TWO MOVlJtaTRATNS MOVlJtaTRATNSOne OVQ TRA1 TRA1oe
One oe Hurled lule Jackson Jaoo AgalnrtitheOtter AgalnrtitheOtterbnt AaaUe OUe
bat He le Fell Fe Safely arey Betweeninem BetweeninemWarn D Betweenlhmiitnra em emur
Warn ur PLaINs PLI > N Y t March M 23 2F 23Fred 23Fredcrick Fred Frederick
erick Jackson JaUn of New Ne York woo late ta hurry hurryto
to board bar a northbound norbd trainat tat the th White WhitePlains Wte WtePlain WhitePlains
Plains Plain station attioa today to and stopped atpt ateppecUfn to front frontof troatof frontof
of a southbound Ithboud train t which wblc he evidently evidentlydidnt oYdety oYdetydit evidenthydidnt
didnt dit see I The pilot piot of the southbound southboundengine 8OuthboUlldenle southboundengine
engine struck atk him bl and hurledblmiagainit hurledblmiagainitthe
the enle northbound train trainThe trainThe
norboUlld t
The man struck tck the steps e p of a car o and andbounded andbudo andbounded
bounded budo back bk The T angle at which whh be bit bitthe bt btth hitthe
the th steps atp caused ou his b body b to swerve lw around aroundlengthwise aroud aroudlelhw aroundlengthwise
lengthwise lelhw and by a doepertte dc effort er Jock Jockson Jak Jaksn Jackson
son sn managed mged to drop dp clearly oy between bete the thetrains theCrs thetrains
trains Crs He wan 11 stunned stuned by thefoil t the fal fall but buthe buthe butbe
he fell just JUt right to save 1 his life as utho the two twotrains twotr twotrains
trains tr passed p to t opposite oppte directions dtion as he helay holay I Ilay
lay between btweea the tracks t Ono of the thott thetratna thetratnacut trains trainscut
cut ct off the te solo 110 of ono of his h rubbers rbbers After Afterhurried At AIterthe
the t trains had passed Jaka Jackson gt gpt up and andhure andhurried
p
hurried hure Into a saloon to escapea crowd crowdwho cwd cwdwho crowdwho
who followed f oo him himI bl opa
I wont take any more mre chances oo to get geta
a train t trim Jackson Jaka Mid 1Id to Policeman Poloom Shay ShayI 8ha 8haI
I tell tll you Ju I had h a a narrow n escape cpe butiI butiIdid butjIdid but1did
did not got It hurt bu I thought thougt sure lur I wasja wasjagone wAa wAagono wails wailsgone
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BUFFAU DILL DLL LOSES LOSESCourt lASeCou LOSlSCourt
Court Cou Decide Dtdlllin In Favor Fayr of Mr Jr Codyin Coln I ml mlPooetngl IllsProceedings Hi HiProceeding
Proceeding Pooetngl for nivoroe nivoroeSHKBIDAK lyr IlroroeSuxioiir
SHKBIDAK BunlDA Wyo WJ March l 23 2A 23A A decision decisionin deon deonfa
in favor faor of Mr M Cody C wo w wai bonded hded down do doby downby I Iby
by Judge Judg Scott Bt this tb hi afternoon aro to t the cult cultfor luJtfor suitfor
for a divorce divor instituted ititut by b Buffalo Dffalo Bill BillThe Dll BillThe
The Court Cou ordered order that th the th floosie Be babell babellchargesand lbel lubellcharges
chargesand obrp charges and other wasolngs wrongdoings of Cody Codybo Cy Cyb Codyho
bo b stricken etriokn from tbo tb answer awer to t the case casebefore c omebefore
before bfore he would find td to 1 her favor An Anappeal A Anappeal
appeal will be taken to the Supreme Supem Court Courtof Co Coot Couxof
app of the State StateCody Sat StateCody
Cody Cy In hi his bill bU charged oharg desertion deon and also alsothat al alsothat
that Mr li trs Cody Cy tried t to poison ln him hi In her herreply herreply herreply
reply Mr Cody Cy entered et a general denial denialand dtnal dtnald denialand
and d also 11 accused a her husband buand c of wrong wrongdoing wnc wncdoing wrongdoing ¬
doing with wib several eiral women woen both In this thiscountry thl thiscountry
country cntry and abroad abroadTbo aroa abroadThe
The Court Cou banded bde down a written witea opinion opinionin opiion opiionIn
in the case ca and charged char Cody with being beingcruel brin beingcruel
cruel cel to hi his wife wifeThe wifoT wileThe
The T opinion opinin Bald Mi that Done nne of the causes causesfor oaU11 oaU11tor causesfor
for which the divorce dvr had been ba sought noughtWM fught fughtaJId soughtwas
WM sustained aJId and that oven eTn if I Mrs M Cody Codyhad Cdy Cdyhad codyhad
had threatened thatend him at the time ti of her herdaughter hr hrdughter herdaughter
daughter dughter Artaa A burial bl it should auld bo b con considered oonlldered considered ¬
sidered to I the light lb of tho surrounding surroundingcondition surroundingconditions undinl undinlconditLal
condition conditLal a a as 10 sba ho w wu heartbroken hrbrokn at his hiscruel hisa1 hiscruel
cruel a1 conduct conductCZAR conduc conducCZ4n conductCZAR
CZAR CARRIES CARRE OUT PROMISES PROMISESMinister pnOtlEl pnOtlEltlnltrr PIlOIIISESMInister
Minister tlnltrr or the Interior Itefe to Receive Rten Dele Delegate Dtlr Ddegates ¬
gate atN of Moscow 1100 lemitvo lemitvoLOHDOH Zlv ZlvSpc Zeenuirs3SI
Spc 3SI c Cs Dtlc flnpau is n Tas B Sex SexLosnox
LOHDOH LNDN March M2Te 21 24The Tbe St Peters Petersburg Jelnlbug lelersburg ¬
burg bug correspondent Oepde of the Time m My Mythe lYI lYIthe saysthe
the early ery fulfilment tuUlmt of the t promise proma con contained O contamed ¬
tamed ta1e to I the recent rt imperial Impi rescript rpt ap appear ep appears ¬
pear to be assured assuredM
p al
M Bulyguine DuJY e Minister Jlter of the te Interior Interiorbo Iteror Iterorh Interiorhas
bo h has consented Olt < to receive rlv delegation dolepl from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Moscow Mow Zemstvo Ztv and the Duma D or ormunicipal orJucp orintuilolpal
municipal ouusftil out The Te delegations dep will willInclude w I Iinclude
Jucp
tcude Include such ech urgabi up rt reformer a as Mayor MayorGoUtdn lyor lyorOatd MayorCalitsin
GoUtdn Oatd and U Shlpoff 8pff yhin chairman n of o the theexecutive thoexetive theexecutive
exetive executive committee of the temcrro temcrroTbo remtvoThe
oomtt um
The antireform aror party In 1 the xemstvo xemstvohas TO TOb I Ihas
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has b lost lo Its Influence Infue The T Marshal Mb of o the theNobility tboNoty theNobility
Nobility who preside over the
Noty p oe comstvo comstvoIn umvoe umvoeIn zemstvoaIn
In thirtyfour trtyfo provinces noes mot me at a Moscow Moscowrecently 10w 10wIUy Moscowrecently
po
recently IUy and a communicated olnlo the te result r of oftheir ottbe oftheir
their tbe deliberation delb0 to the t delegate dl who wholeft whole wholeft
left le Moscow 1011 yesterday y to submit lubl their theirview tbel theirviews
view Yew to 9 Minister H Bulyguine Vul IJUILjUIOOi
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TAMPERED WITH BRAKES BRAKESTwo BRAK5 BRAK5T
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Several r People Hart JaF IlwtFufl Fan Rente Renteand kme Servteoand
and Pull Fl Power Now NoPe NowPleas Plea to Delates DelatesThere Do DoTr k kThere
There Tr were wre three th more t accidents aolts aoltsterdY yes yesterday yeaterdayatorueartbeSoutbFarrytrinlnal ¬
terday terdY terdayatorueartbeSoutbFarrytrinlnal terdayatorueartbeSoutbFarrytrinlnalof at a or o near nr bo b South ub Ferry Fr terminal terminalof t
of the th Sixth Slb and Ninth avenue aue elevated elevatedrailroad ele elerlldl elevatedrailroads
railroad rlldl making mking five fn that tbt hare hf occurred occurredthere oo ooouirodthere
there thr within wltbl the last laa two week wu At less leacttwo J lesstwo
two tw of yesterday yadya accident aonts like 1lth Ilk the pre previous p pievious ¬
Ylu vious one on ones I were wre caused ceWd apparently appntl by byfailure byfaiure byfailure
faiure failure of the th air al brakes brak to work ok properly properlyIn ppJ
In two cases mS the th trains tr crashed < uhod into It the tb big bigbumper bl bigbumpers
bumper bmpn at the tb end of the th line ln Tbs T third thirdaccident thl thirdaccident
accident aodnt was a colllilon collLa at a a witch lwtc switchA witchA
A rear r end collision coUILn also al occurred o ocourr d In I the tbosubway th thesubway
subway Ibwy in the morning mmlnl at tho 11Mb lob street streetstation srt srtIton streetstation
station stationSeveral stationSeveral
Iton ItonSvrl
Several Svrl persons pTiO were wr hurt In these tbl ao aod ao accidente
d edntl edntlVloPlldnt cidente cidenteVicePresident dents dentsVlasPreMdent
VlasPreMdent VloPlldnt E P Bryan of the th Inter Interborough I Ipterborough t tbrough
borough brough company compy gave f out ou a statement statementto stem
to the th effect efec that tbo full fulervlcbd eervloa servicahad had been ba re restored re restored ¬
stored all the tine under full
sord on 01 al Ulldr ful power powerIncidentally powerIncidentally w
he MId that in his belief
Incidentally
Iacdnlly tb bl bllf many manyof m rainyof
of the th recent reont accidents aoldnt wore wre due to ecalla ecallawags scallawags U
wags wg tampering tampring with the th air brake bk Ha Hasaid H B Bsaidthat
said sid saidthat that tht the th old employees empLy of the compadf compadfwere com comwre compa1 compa1were
were wre being bing taken tka back bck at the rate of about abt aboutIto
Ito 10 a day dayTbe dy dyThe dayThe
The first accident aldent at the South Suth Ferry Ferryterminal Fer Ferryterminal
terminal tel of tho elevated clea lines Une yesterday yesterdayoccurred yesterdayoccurred etey eteyor
occurred at 7 oclock in the morning to toa t toa
or te mor
a Sixth 81th avenue train taa of six a oars c Then Thenwere T Therewere
were we only a few passenger in this train trainand trainand
ony puncel tn
and nobody noby was wa hurt bur Tho train trn was not notseriously n n nseriously
seriously damaged damagedBRAKES daaed daaedBAKE damagedaBAKES
BRAKES BAKE DIDNT CHIP CHIPTbo Q1 01WThe
The second son accident aeideat occurred ocrd shortly shortlyafter eor shortlyafter
after 6 I oclock ocok in the afternoon atoonIt It too toowas t toowas
was wa on the Sixth avenue line UI and the train trainwas tn tnWilli trainwas
was made mde up of six ax cars c whichwore blob o all allwell al alweU allwell
well Ailed fe Tbe air ar brakes brke according adln to toone t toone
one passenger ponger were we applied apUd by b the th motor motorman ziotorman tor torm
m man Just Ju about as a the first 1t oar c of oft tho th isiS traUlreached t isiSreached
reached rhed the forward forard end of o the platform platformbut plo platformbut
but they Che didnt ddt seem 1m to grip irp the wheel whl ft ftall a atall
all n The Te tralmhittho bumper bmp with wth great greatforce g groatforce
force for and tralhtthe thapassengero t the pnge pamengers many mYo of whom whomwere wh whomwereatanding
were wereatanding standing etdlnj were wer thrown tw In all a direction directionThese droa dirootioneThese
T These pontons pnDIJ were Injured InjuredJ Injur
J E Sheridan Sheldln back hurt hut Merlon Evans
2 220 0 Wet 1 Twelfth Twellh street Itree bruised bred and Internal InternalInjuries Intrna tnternslInjuries
Injuries Inule Mr Mn Mary U Lure Lu Boston Dtn suffering sufferingfrom lue iufferlngfrom
from shock Miss 1M Anna Ijswson Iwln Port PO Rich Richmond R filchmend b bmond ¬
mond Staten Island J8and wrist wist sprained IPraned J < J JDecker JDeke JBecker
Decker Deke Staten Btat n Island I8and knee kne wrenched wrenchedMiss woche wrenchedMuss
Miss M Evans EIUlI was u carried cr from the be car caralmost a caralmost
almost almot unconscious Uoonelou but was revived rev la laone t Inone
one oo of the little Itto fruit frit stores tor near ne the States StatesIsland Stat StatenIsland
Island ferry for house and ad taken te home bOle All the thoother theother theother
other injured Ijured persons per also a weathome weathomeTbe t home homeTho
The tram tr was not seriously erowly damaged damagedand d damagedand
and the accident odt caused cu a delay of o only onlyabout onlyabut onlyabout
about abut of the ten t road minutes maut in the running g schedule sedue scheduleof I Iof
Traffic on both bt the thefluath Sixth Sin and c Ninth Ntb avenue avenuoelevated ayu avenueelrat4d
elevated elnW line n wjjjjoekedfor wJoqk itorfortj rotor forty min minute m mm mmuteefro ¬
ute ut uteefro frboi rr d ditalon Btfrft D t6t lMR Bl bt by b a col collision e ¬
lision 1110 near a the th South Suth Ferry Fe sUtiop ftt A ANinth ANinth
Ninth avenue train with about ISO
Ntb tr aut IS people peopleon p1e p1eoa
on board bOn and in charge ch of o a new ne motor motorman mr motorman
man m was Wa Just jut about to enter the th South SouthFerry St SouthPeri
Ferry Fer Peri station staton when the signal light 1ht 1hts wo woeet was wasset
set s against apat it The T motorman motr ap brought hi hitrain b hitrain
train tr to a atop but bu he had b gone c Just Jut beyond beyondthe b beyondtheslgnalbythotlmebehnd
the theslgnalbythotlmebehnd signal aig by the te time tme he bod h dono dne doneso 1 o oBefore l lBefo tBeforobackingupltlsaruieoftbeoom
Before Beforobackingupltlsaruieoftbeoom Beforobackingupltlsaruieoftbeoomliany backing it U rule of tha
Befo bcg up i l a re th com compony 0 om ompy
pony py for motormen mooren to give a signal a It Itwas I Itwas t
was stated sae last J night nt that the m motorman motormanin
in this tb case c foiled fa to do BO Ho booked b hi hitrain h his histrain J
train t up anywayand anyaya anyway and crashed ored Into I a a Sixth Sixthavenua Bi Sixthavenue I
avenue ATenU train tr which whcb was drawing dwg up just justbehind JU justbehInd
behind bind his hisTbo hisThe r
The first 1 car c of the Sixth Bih avenue train trainwas tr trekswas
was WI wrenched wencho from its trucks and a lifted liftedabout I liftedabout
about a foot fo to one side ade ao that th it rested restedin r
in a slanting laetIg position piton The Te fore fo1 of o the thocollision th thecollision j
collision colUon caused mu the Sixth Sltbavenu Sixthavenuo avenuo train trainto t trainto I Ito
to shoot back bck and bump into Ito another noa Sixth Sixthavenue Sih SihAenue SIxthavenue
avenue train t in t its it rear r Only the plat platforms p1stform ¬
forms fons of the two colliding colding cars C were we slightly slightlydamaged aghl slightlydamaged p
damaged dlge In I this th second Ind Jar JarThe Ja JarThe I
The T people pop on all the rains al were wre thor thorougbly thoroougbll thorougbly
ougbly frightened frighten and a many may of them thm left leftthe leUth leftthe
the th cars and a walked walkd to too South Sutb Ferry Ferrystation Fr Ferrystation
station etatLn No one was WD injured ijur however howeverTrains howevr howevrTra howeverTrains
Trains Tra began bgn to pile pl up behind bhid tho coUld colliding oUd oUdIng coUldIng ¬
ing trains tral from both lines li and In fifteen fifteenminutes ftr fifteenminutes
minutes mlnutl the elevated elnattd Mructuro Ilrtur as for fa up a aRector a antor asRector
Rector ntor street srt etroetwas was w 1 filled fkd with wih delayed dela trains troiusTho t trainsThe
The T car ca of the th Sixth Sith avenue anu train tr that thatwas tt thatwas
was torn from its It trucks trk scraped r the plat platforms plat p1stforms ¬
fons forms of the th Battery Dttry place pla and Rector Rcr Boctoratreet Boctoratreetstatlonswheuthotrainwastakenuptothe street streetstations att attrttioD
stations rttioD statlonswheuthotrainwastakenuptothe statlonswheuthotrainwastakenuptotheRector when whn tho train trai was M taken tkn up to tho thoRflctor t
Rector Tr street trt yard a damaging daging them tm slIghtly nllghtlyAfter Ilaty Ilatyter slIghtlyAfter
After ter this train was D taken takn out of the th way waythe wayth waythe
the th block blok was quickly untangled untangledTWO untngld untngldTWO I ITwo
TWO HURT lunT IN flUBWAT IVDT CHIBR CHIBRTwo CUR CURTwo CflL8flTwo
Two subway subwlY trains trln collided clde yesterday yesterdayrooming Yelray Yelraymoring yesterdaymorning
rooming moring at 735 73 oclock oclok on o the southbound southboundtrack luhbound luhboundtrk southboundtrack
track trk directly dlty in front frot of the platform at at118th at115th 1
118th lC street etrt and Lenox Lox avenue avenu James JomeDaly Jam JamesDaly
Daly Dy a motorman motoran bad ha his leg broken arid aridMorris ad adMon spdMorris
Morris Mon Musher Muher a passenger pgr who live 1T at atIP
10 broken 11 East Et HUh 1th street r had his nose no cut Ct by bybroken b bybroken
broke glass glassA g1
A southbound luthbd express expr bad started lt btn btnhod b bd bdbad
bad ha gone cno only a few yards when the motor motorman mor rnoor rnoorman
man m finding Ind he had not y sufficient lument headway headwaybrought bwa bwabrouebt headwaybrought
brought brouebt the train to a 1 stop slp Meanwhile MeanwhiloDaly Hewbe HewbeDaly MeanwhileDaly
Daly had Ot got his hi train tro which whi wo wu just justbehind Ja juibehind
behind under way and was unable unble to top ap apIt stopIt topIt
It to I time te to avoid aoid a collision co180a The Te front frontplatform rlt rltplatform fro froplatform
platform of bit train tr and the th rear rr platform platformof J I Iof
of the train t ahead ae were jammed Jam together togetherand tt togetherand pto
extricated extricatedA extrte and it was w with wih some Im difficulty diculy that tht ho wo woextricated wuextrte wasextricated
A policeman polO of the 125th 1 t street att station stationwo ataUa ataUawu stationwas
wo wu on ono of the trains t and at once on re reported yeported ¬
ported pr to the te station Four or five men menwere ml mlwere menwere
were sent lnt around to preserve plre order among amonga ac aca
a crowd cowd of r 600 00 which wbh congregated colIgat In and andaround andaoud andaround
around aoud the station atUon There Te wo some Ime dis disturbance d dsturbance ¬
turb turbance at first f but it i quickly qulcky subsided subsidedDaly ebd subsidedDaly
Daly wa wa token tD to the J Hood Ho Wright WrightHospital Wrht WrhtHopit WrighthospItal
Hopit Hospital Musbers Mwhra wound wond was dressed d on onthe o onthe
the platform platorm platforinbyasurgeon by o surgeon Brgen from fromthehoepitai fromthehoepitaiThe the hospital hospitalTho hOlpltslTho
Tho accident adn delayed dlye truffle to half h an hour hourNOKUUi bou bouNoawt houroRuLt
NOKUUi Noawt COXDtTIOXa CNDtTIO1 KKSTORKD KKSTORKDVloePre nastocanVicePresident tIBI tIBIVloPldet
VloePre VloPldet VicePresident < ildent E P Bryan of the Inter Interborough Inter
borough company said sid yesterday Yf ay that not notonly n
only bad b normal nor trofflo trato conditions odtll be beresumed b been >
resumed on both the elevated eleTted and sub subway IUb subway ¬
way roads rl but that the te company was wastaking
taking back b its striking Irilg employee ompy at a the tborate th
rate of Ito 10 a a day dy In proof prf empy of th the user aasertten
that tha the to traffic condition odtoa were WN nearly nearlythe
the ame same me as a before bfore the strike ake began bp he hotent
statistics Gtlo yesterday terday to the Rapid RapidTransit
Transit Commission Coml showing abowl the Rpd bum numt
t > er of trains run on o March 0 I the dsy before beforethe beto
strike and the number lIumbr operated o rated OB OBWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayTbeao
These Tht figures nll a represented prte that on o Match MsrohLD Mar
LD POINT 1011 COMrORT CMFORT AND AD USE n SOUTH SOUTHAtUutlvt Ot Orrh1AtVtrtive
AtUutlvt AUtl e MZ U dy < Ur outlet ontin to Oil 04 Pout Po OBfirt
ud Ad WMbUcu JI MartS W 25 vU n Ote Penurl n
ua nUro RaIlroad list tl sees m C coven D etc u
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