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Hit Head Caught In Broken Pan PanAFrirfirtCllnihedaParch Pane PaneA aile aileA
AFrirfirtCllnihedaParch A Friend CIImb Cllmhtd d a Pllrch taAld to Ald d Him Himbut 111mbut Himbut
but Was It Too Late to Prevent HU III Fall FallSterling FanSltrllng FallSterfng
Sterling Stuart the twentythreeyeareld twentythreeyear
lId don ton of Ruth MoEnery Stuart the writer writernnd writerRnrl writerend
end Oarrow T Geer tho seventeenyear seventeenyearold
old 11 t1 < 1 Km oat of tho Rev nt W Montague Geer Geerrecior O Geerrktor r rrllor
recior of St Paula Paul Chapel Trinity parish pariehManhattan parishManhattan parishranhatlAn
Manhattan came from their homos h hFlushing In InFlulihlng inFlushing
Flushing L 1 I on Thursday afternoon t tattend to toarnd toattend <
attend a beefsteak dinner given by Com Comrsn Comrlln Comrnny
rsn rnny > I Seventh Regiment Despite De plte the thidUnarlV thodbprlt thedisparity
disparity of their ages they hare been dost dostfriend c1oseIrltnrl doetrends
friend for A 1 long time Stuart was a meretier mem meml memtlr
l tier r of the regiment but Goer was not notrt notttr notGeer
Geer rt ttr > r who Is about 8 feet tall and of athletic athlctkI athletloluild athletictuild
I luild nild looks at least 20 years earll old oldThe oldne oldThe
The dinner was as held In the armory armo on orpark onrar onfark
park rar nvenue nvenueand and the young men had some somecirinkx somecrtnks Omer
cirinkx r n there They The took the last train trainf
f nm m Ix long > ng Inland I land City reached Flushing at alhalf ath1f athalf
half after midnight and went ent to a restaur restaurant rMturI rMtattrant ¬
ant I III whero they rat talking and drinking drinkinguntil drinkinguntil drinkinguntil
until about 2 oclock yesterday morning morningMrs
I IIlan8lIIe
Mrs Ir Stuart has been In a sanitarium alPansville at atUanvllle
Pansville N NY Y on account of lllnese lllnesebrought IIlnelltrought Ilbesahrought
brought on by overwork end during her herabsence 11erbtenle herebrenre
absence her big white frame house at tho thecorner thoturner I IOrner
corner of 1ocuat and Lawrence streets hat hatrrrn 11118hrn bashen
hen rrrn in tho charge of a caretaker Her HerHn Hern
Hn I n who U employed by the Long Island IslandIipres IslandJlpreu IslandIxpresa
Iipres Company at Long Island City had hodl hadIotfn hadpeen
l peen n boarding during his mothers absence absenceat
at 28 8 Union street Flushing FlushingBoth FI FluahingBoth hlng hlngoth
Both oth young men were drunk when they theyleft tbe tbeIlfl theyleft
left the restaurant Stuart realized that thatlh thatIhe thatthe
lh the Rev Mr Geer would be shocked If bo bodiscovered bodlllOOvcred hodisoovered
discovered his sons condition BO be sug suggested lugreted suggested ¬
gested reted that they go to the Stuart homo homoThere homoThere homeThere
There they failed to awaken the caretaker caretakerFtuart caretakorftuart caretakerBtusrt
Ftuart had no n nb key A veranda runs along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the Lawrence street side of the house and andthe andtt1I endthe
the Idea occurred to the young men that thatfrom thatfrom I Ifrom
from Its roof they the could open a window windowThey windowThey windowTheymatehed
Theymatehed They matched match 00 coins eolnatoeee to eeo who should climb climbthe climbthe climbthe
the pillar and Stuart lost betNo lostNo loetSo
No one but an athlete could have gained gainedthereof gainedthe I Ithe
thereof the root The posts are square and smooth smoothnnd 1ID100tband smoothand
and the only foothold Is the railing which whichrioea whichdoes WhIchriots
riots not come within five feet of the eaves caveaThen eavesThen eavesThen
Then too the eaves project more than a afoot Bfoot afoot
foot and after getting a grip on the rain raintrough raintrough raintrough
trough Stuart must have exercised great greatstrength greatstrength At Attrength
strength especially for one In his hi condi condition condltlon oondllion ¬
lion to draw dra himself to the top But Butat DutII Butat
at II t last he waa there Several windows windowsopen windowopen
J Jopen
open directly dlrectl on the roof roofanditis and It U said that thatone tbatone thatone
one of them was partly partl open openHad openlIed openlied
lIed Stuart found this or forced one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the others there would have been no ao accident aoeldent aoeldent ¬
eldent But hla mind awry aa It was had hadfixed hadfixed hadfixed
fixed upon a window in the rear of the thehouse thehOWIe thet
t house more than two feet away from the theroof theroof theroot
roof of the veranda and about a foot higher higherthan higherthan
than the roof Directly beneath this win window window window ¬
t dow was a first story window which they theyhad the thehad theyhad
had not tried to force because It was waashuttered wasbuttered wasshuttered
shuttered lie top t p ledge however afforded affordeda
a footing for the adventurous Stuart Stuartmust 1 1must H Hmust
must haw been a perilous Trip from ri iii the theveranda tbeTeranda thereranda
veranda roof to this ledge for there was waascarcely wasroely wasscarcely
scarcely roely anything to grip When ho finally finallyreached ftnalI ftnalII finallyreached
reached the porch he found that the window windowwaa windowwas windowwas
I was locked lockedWith lockedWith lockedWith
With his bead or a hand Stuart broke brokeonn broke1M brokeone
one of the small panes shoved In an arm armand armsnd armend
and felt for the catch He could not find findU findh findft
U so he inserted his head The Rash was waafo wasfO wasso
fo small that he could not withdraw his hUhead hishEl1d hishead
head Bits of projecting glass cut him himwhen himwhen himwhen
when he tried to toG toGter toGeer
G Gter er saw that hU friend was caught cau ht like likea
a rat In a trap and began to call to him himDont himDont himDont
Dont yell ell said Stuart St rt Im in introuble Introuble Introuble
trouble troubleGeer troubleGler troubleGeer
Geer went to the veranda and shinned shinnedup lib Inned Innedlip
up the thedraln drain pipe He saw that U was Im 1mpowlble Imrt1blo Impaeible
powlble to aid hU friend from the roof BO BOhe eohI sohe
he went to tbo first window looking upon upontho uponthe
the roof amaahed it in and entered the theroom thoroom theroom
room roomI
I cant an get my head out said Stuart StuartYoull Stunrtoull StuartYoull
Youll oull have to smash tho window frame frameJust tmmeTWIt frameJust
Just as Geer started to do thla Stuarts Sluartehead Stuartshead StuartshrAd
head slipped out of the fromo his hands handskwt IlandaIrt handslost
lost their t lr hold on tho sash aa h and he fell fifteen fifteenfeet f1t fifteenfeet n nled
feet to the ground Goer returned to tho thoroof thoroof theroof
roof by tho window through which he had hadentered hadrnlered hadsneered
entered and climbed down tho pillar He Hehid Hehd Hetied
hid cut hU hands In breaking brealdn tho win window wlnrlow window ¬
dow and the pillar was smeared with bloodlie blood bloodHe bloodHe
He found Stuart prostrate below the window windowHis windowIlls
His head had struck on the stone edge of ofhe oft
1 he cellar stain and blood was pouring from fromn
n cut In his scalp Ip just above aoo the left ear earGeer earGoor earGeer
Geer ran to tho home of John L Bogart Bogartthe Dogartthe Bogartthe
the nearest neighbor and nd asked Mr Bogart Bogartto
to summon an ambulance and call the thepolice tbepolice thepollee
police Dr Benolt of the Flushing Hospital Hospitalwho lIolpllalwbo Hospitalwho
who came with the ambulance Raw that thatStuarts thatStU8Tts thatStuarts
Stuarts spine WAIl hurt and took him with withgreat withltToot withgreat
great care to the hospital where he was waaplaced wasllaced wasplaced
placed llaced upon an air cot It was found foundthat foundIhat foundshat
that the spin was fractured and dislocated dislocatedat
at tho lower dorsal vertebrae Stuart was waaresting wasrutlng wasreeUng
resting somewhat more easily el1llll bait night nightliut nighthut nightbut
hut his hi condlt condition Ion U critical and the surgeons surgeonswould aurpeonaWould surgeonswould
would not express expectation of his re recovery re1Oery rerevery ¬
covery If Stuart Is strong enough this thUmorning thlamorning thismorning
morning an operation will 111 be performed performedThe
The cut on his head was three Inches long longbut longbut longbut
but the skull was not fractured fracturedDHtctlvrs fracturedD fracturedDrttctivea
DHtctlvrs D ttctlus Bowe and Bolton Dolt n were no noput 110punl sopuzzled
put punl puzzled tied d by the th first appearance of things thingsat
at the Stuart house the broken window windowand windowand windowand
and the trail of blood that Goers hands handalift handsIdt handskit
lift on the roof and the pillar that they theyarrested the thearrtaltd theyarrested
arrested the boy and locked him up on a acharge acharee acharge
charge of intoxication lnt xlcatlon and of being a aWl auspicious aWlpldoUA suspicious ¬
picious person When he was arraigned arraignedMore arraignedJ arraignedtefore
More J > Magistrate Connerton he pleaded pleadedpiilty p pleadedguilty aded adedl1ly
guilty l1ly to Intoxication and sentence waa waaunpendcd waaWlpended wassuspended
suspended but he was remanded on the theother theothtT theother
other charge chargeU
U I L M Franklin of Sanford avenue Flush FlushIng FlusbInlt Flushing
Ing a friend of his family soon came and andhad andhad andhad
had a talk with him Mr Franklin later latertold latertold latertold
told the th lads story at ry to the Magistrate and andOer andrr andGreer
Oer was w paroled in Franklins custody custodyPolice OUIItodyPolice custodyPolice
Police Captain Wolfarth investigated the thecaws tboaAO thecase
caws aAO and raid In the afternoon that there thererould thererould therecould
rould be no doubt that it was an accident accidentfirer aoc1dentCirtr accidentfirer
firer firer went to the hospital and had bin hand handdittoed handdrueed handdressed
dittoed but he was not allowed to toBtuart see 11M6tuart seeStuart
Stuart who was unconackmr It was waaraid wasOld 11 11Hltd
raid that Stoarta mother was w not Informed Informedof
of the accident as it was feared It might mightafle mI mightaffect t trtrCt
afle affect t her too seriously Her sister s1 ter Miss MissMcEnerr MiasM MissMcEnerq
McEnerr M r wee at tho ho bedside nearly all allday allIar allday
day dayThe
The home of orthl the Rev ne Mr tr Geer Is at 227 27
Amity Am1tYlltltet street Flushing He hurried homo homofrom homofrom homefrom
from New York ork when he learned of tho thocane thob8llO theease
cane < and spent the afternoon talking with withny wllhl
b8llO his l eon The clereymn 11 was much affected
ny h the occurrence occurrenceThU oocunenoeThb oocunooeThis
This U a tremendous tragedy he saidnne said saidTwoyoung
nne Twoyoung men have been very foolUhand foolUhandnne
nne of them them will Illpay pay for for it it with with hU IUe life
lam 1 am afraid afraidYoung afraidJOllUlt afraidYoung
Young Geer G er will b bII formally arraigned arralllledINion
before MagUtrate Connorton today todaye
Blind lInd Man Ian and Holland Benefit Fond Join JoinVHMienTlxte JotnttHl41enrtx1e Joint1uflefl
VHMienTlxte 1uflefl Axle Frlranxai Ide IdeStanding IdeStanding Ides IdesStanding
Standing at Thirtyninth street an and anelDroadwa andBroadway < f fBroadway
Broadway Droadwa aa the crowd was 11 coming ou ouof out outot outof
of the Metropolitan Opera House from th thJoeHolland the theJoellolland theJoe <
Joe JoeHolland Holland benefit at 630 oclock yea yeatcrday ye yeterday 7fJfItorday
tcrday afternoon was an old man in rag rageholding
holding a tousled yellow cur on whlolwas which whlohwas whichwas
was the sign Ign For sale saleSuddenly saleSuddenly saleSuddenly
Suddenly a fashionably dressed woman womansome womanomo womansome
some nay It was Trixle Friganrm Fri ganza and th thdOMnt shs shsdoesnt hi hidoeant
doeant deny It Itetepped stepped quickly out o othe ot otthe ofthe
the theatre crowd grabbed the do dog out o othe of ofths ofthe
the old mans mlll arm and holding It aloft aloftcried alottcrltd aloftcried
cried criedWhat
What am I offered to atari It ItThe ItThe itThe
The words were scarcely out of the sue auetloneara auotloneers suetloners
tloneara mouth when somebody shouted ahouteiM ahouteiTwentyflve shoutedtis
tis M
Twentyflve dollars twentyfire twenty fleZ I han hare1sang hansang ha hasang
sang out the auctioneer Wholl make makeliISO It
ISO 50 Remember Joe Holland HollandFifty HollandFltty HollandFiftydofare
Fifty Fiftydofare dollam said Lillian Russell who whcwas wboWall whowas
was In the crowd from the first firstSoventyflve flnItSonntynve firstSeventyfive
Soventyflve responded Jo Joe Weber WeberOne WeberOno WeberOne
One hundred dolUrscrledMlMRussell dolUrscrledMlMRussellBy dollare cried MLaa Russell RussellDy
By that time several hundred persons personshad poraonihad poraonshad
had gathered tather < < at the corner the sidewalk rldewallwaa sidewalkwas IdealkW8A
was blocked and the crowd was flowing nowln out outInto outInto outinto
Into the street atreetMay IItreetlay streetMay
May lay Irwin came up One hundred and andfifty andfllty andfifty
fifty she ho cried as soon cm she heard rd what whatwaa whatwas whatwas
was going on onThere onThoro onThere
There the bidhungforBometlmebutfinally bidhungforBometlmebutfinallya bid hung forsome tlmebutfinally tlmebutfinallya
a man with a silk hut made It 103 banded bandedover haDd haDdoCr baudddover
over the money took the dog under underhls his arm armand armand armand
and jumped Into a cabInto cab cabInto CAbInto
Into the bands of the old man In rags ragswho rapwho agewho
who had stood watching wa hlng the proceeding proceedingdumb proooedlngdwnb proo coding codingdumb
dumb with astonishment the auctioneer auctioneerslipped auctioneeraUpped auctioneerdipped
slipped a tio 10 bill which was about ten times timesas timeas
as much muchasbe aa be had been asking for the thedog thedogTho dog dogThe dogThe
The rest was added to Uw benefit 1J nr t fund fundWEIGHTSA tuodTJEIGllT1IAV fundWEIGBTifABILL
May Ma Drop Contest to Avoid PublicityMrs PublicityMrslYlsters Publicity Pubtlcll Mr MrWliters In In1ltrra
Wliters Demand Placed at lOOOOOOO lOOOOOOOPmuDEtpniA 10000000Ptntanguuza 0000000PIItLADELPItI
PmuDEtpniA March 24 2CIt It waa learned learnedtoday learnedtoday learnedtoday
today that Mn Jonea Winter Wla r had requested requestedRegUterof requestedRegbterot requestedRegieterof
RegUterof Wills Klemmer to reopen tho thoWelghtman thoWeightman theWelghtman
Welghtman will case cueln in tho hope of securing securinga aocuringeottlement
a settlement without having havln to air the case casein cueIn caseIn
in the courta Register of Wills Klemmer Klemmerand Klommerand Klemmerand
and Alexander Simpson Jr attorney for forMra torlira forhire
lira Wiater held a long conference la the tbaRegisters theRegister theRegisters
Registers office this afternoon discussing discussingtho
tho method of procedure procedureImmediately procedureImmedlatel procedureImmediately
Immediately after the conference the theRegUtor tbeRegbter theRegister
Register left for Atlantic City If he finds findsIt
It possible to t do so he will reopen the will willoaae will0lIO willcase
case and thehtreringewill the hearings will beheld bo held In his office olflceat officeat o1iceat
at which Mrs Mr Winter will w present prnt her be evi evidence 01donoe evldonoe ¬
donoe which she believes blev will wl show that thatMr thatM thatMr
Mr M Welghtmana Welghtans mental condition conditon at thetime the thetime te tetme
time tme of making mlg his h last lt will precluded prluded his hUexpressing hisOXprln hisexpressing
OXprln expressing what it U L believed bleved will w be shown abownto
to have been bn his real rlntnUon intentions intentionsA
A final f effort to reach rch a settlement attmt with without Wth Wthout without ¬
out recourse ru to the courts cous will be made madeMonday made10nd madeMonday
Monday 10nd Mrs M Walker Waker the sole ele beneficiary beneficiaryunder befc be ieflttary ieflttaryunder
under her fathers will wi has hl announced aounc her herIntention he herintention
Intention Inleltln of coming comng to Philadelphia Plladelpbl on 0 that thatday thatday thatday
day Ton TP million milon dollars dolar U I the amount amountasked amountalked amountasked
asked alked for by b way of ette eettlelgont ottleraent t Several Severalof Svrl Svrlot
of Mrs l Walkers Wakra tret friends are arQ known kow to have haveadvUed hav bareadvlaQ
advUed therto bar ht to Battle t and Id prexcptU p P tlteptMr tlteptMrwise ptbar ptbarwise
wise wle Inevitable lerablo airing alrgor of the to affairs al of otbe otbeWeIghtman the theWelghtman theWelghtman
Welghtman and lral several other prominent prominentfamilies promet promettamle prominentfamilies
families tamle In public publo Mrs Mr Walker aker bow bowever bowevr however
ever evr Is said ed to be determined deterined to atop at atnothing atnothing atnothing
nothing to resist rallt the claims clr of the grand grandchildren gd gdcidr grandchildren ¬
children cidr mi 1 voiced voic by Mrs Mr WIster to a share sharein Ibar sharein
in I the WO000000 IOO estate estateRECEIVED eetatoRECEIVED estateRECEIVED
Dr Henchman lenehmann Returns RruM From Partlclpa Partlclpatlon ParIcpa ParIcpaton PartiMpalion
lion In the Dedication DtleaUon of the Dora DoraTho DamTho DemThe
ton o
Tho Rev R Dr John J lrn Uerechraann of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Peters Lutheran Church Curc Brooklyn Brooklynarrived Drooll Brooklynarrived
arrived arived yesterday r rday on the steamship sthlp Barbaroeaa Bar Barboroeaa D
boroeaa bo after aftr a sixwreks six I weeks WLks sojourn sjou In I Ger Oermany Germany Oe Oem1 ¬
many m1 whither whltbrhe1 beJmd gone on the Invitation Invitationof InvltaUn InvltaUnot
of the German Oerma Emperor Epror to participate pcpte In Inthe I inthe
the dedication dedicaton of the Imperial Imper Church ChurchThe Curc ChurchThe
The new ne church curoh or dom aa it is l called calledU el
U the from the imperial palace palaceDr
across B0 way tro impril
Dr Prugh Pgh of Pitteburg Plteburg and Dr Brown p of ofthe of ofthe oftbe
the D Union UnI Theological elolc Seminary Sma were wer the theother theother theother
other two American Aeic divines dlvle invited lTlt At Aton Atan Atan
an audience audlno on the afternoon atoon of Feb 27 27Ambassador 27AmbMdor 27Ambassador
AmbMdor Ambassador Charlemagne Calemne Tower Towe pre prerentcd pr prrnto prosentcd
rentcd Empress EmpressThe rnto EmpressThe tho Americana Amerlo to the Emperor Epor and andEmpress i andEmpress
Err The Emperor Mid Dr Herschmann Herschmannsent Helhm Herechmannexpressed
expressed Te Epror great Itert interest In Aerca America and andnt andsent
sent expl nt hU greetings grtlglthrough gt through me to Americana Americanaof Aer
of German Oern origin orign Tho Empress Ept too t was waavery wa wasvery
very gracious grcious and cordial cordialOn cordialOn
er On the evening cor of that day there ther was waaa W Wa wasa
a reception rpton for the delegates delegat The Te Em Emperor E Emperor ¬
peror and Empress EPr Prince lrce Henry len the theCrown theCrow theCrown I
pror Crown Crow Prince Prce the Duke Dke of Connaught Connaughtand Cnnaught Cnnaughtand
and Prince Waldemar Waldemr of Denmark Dnak recalved re received reciv ¬
calved civ Prc When tho Americana Americ were leaving leavingon leTng leTngo
on the BorbaroAAa DbrO the Emperor Eperr who was wason wason
o on the ma man or war Kal Raiser r Wilhelm helm II IIphotographed 11 11photographed
photographed hl his dtJrtmg departing guests tt ana anabobt and andhoisted
bobt hoisted 1 theBlgnol tb the e Ilgal signalGod God 00 speed ep you youTAKE youTAlE youTAKE
Tbe Household loulrlold Research Rtrrch Society Itr Now NowProvides NoW TowProvide
Provides Pr1dr Instruction IntlcUon ThereinAt Therein ThereinAt 1trn 1trnAt
At the flrflt 1t publlo publo meeting mting of the Now NowYork 1ow 1owYork NowYork
York Association Aton for Household HOUboid Research Researchheld Ih Ihheld Researchheld
held in I Berkeley Drkl Lyceum LyOU yesterday teny afternoon after afternoon ater aternoon ¬
noon the fact t that young housewives bOUwva can canbe c canbe
be taught tugbt how to cook ok as well wol aa I to make makebeda makebeds
beds bed and generally gneraly care are for their thi homos homosby homo homesby
by Instructors ltruora sent lnt from the Intermunidpal IntermunidpalCommittee Interucp IntermunldpalCommittee
Committee Comtt on Household Houhold Research Rsh was waaannounced wasannouncd wasannounced
announced announcd by b Miss J Elizabeth Eizbeth M I Rhoda Rbodeesecretary Rbode Rbodefct Rhodasecretary
secretaryShe secretary secretaryShe fct
She also ao declared dolarod that tht they were ere ready readyto read readto
to recommend rcomnd sanitary Nltry laundries Iaundee aa a well wellaa wel wellas
for unemployed unemployedwomen unemployedwomen
as to provide provd employment employnt umplod umplodwomn
women and Immigrant glrU glrUMiu girl glrisDUs
womn Miu lu Margaret Mgnt Igt Chandler Chlller president prident of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Womana Woms Municipal Mundpa League e announced announcedthat aounc announcedthathousebold
that tht thathousebold household houbold service aro U I aa much a pro profession pr profaelon ¬
fession aa any an other othe Let Lt ua see said saidshe Bd BdIhe saidshe
tton she Ihe that wo 0 make aa much of IU It It I U Utrue I istrue
true that only m refined rned and ad just Just women wome are arewell A arewell
te on
well served for they the understand un eratd that tt a aservant asrat aservant
wel servant sene U not engaged egao to do any work that thatthey tht thtthey thatthey
they would not do willingly wUlngl1 rather rathe than thanto thanto thanto
to pee It undone undoneDr undon undoneDr
Dr 1 Charles Carle I R Henderson Hedeln professor p fNer of oflolofry otlolol ofsociology
sociology lolofry In the University Unvet of Chicago ChicagoPOLICEMAN Clog Cbloagostartled
lolol startled the women by deang doolaring that 0 only onlyIadla y ylae
ato lae Iadla a are tt treated with chva chivalry womn womndo women womendo
do Dot rv receive It from the genteD genuomen ot ottay oftoday
today todayPOLICIAIAN tay tay10LICEJAN
law W w Smoke ImDke In II First Fnt Reformed rent Episcopal Episcopaland EptJ Eplseepaland
and Droke Into basementPoliceman Raiment RaimentPoliceman nurmt nurmtPoUtma
Policeman PoUtma Clancy CaC of the t Fast Et Fiftyfirst Fiftyfirsttreet Ftft Ftfta FiftyAntstreet
station smoke coming comingrom comingfrom
street a t police pl atton c comg comgtrom
from rom a basement bmnt window wdw of the th First Re Rearmed n Reformed ¬
armed tor Episcopal Church Cu 6S1 1 Madison Madlaonvenue llD llDaTnu Madisonavenue
venue at 2 oclock yesterday 3tery afternoonle afternoon atmoon atmoonHe
hiirob aTnu churohThe He le hiirobThe turned tur in an alarm al and broke Into Ito the thehiirob t thechuroh
cur The fire f was in I the t wainscoting walltng and had hadust ha hadlust
lust ust T started It was as put out after ater about aboutA aboutdg
5o dg damega at hd lad bn been done dut one I It W was cuaed cuaedby caused causedby
w by defectite dtlt fuon insulation on an e1o electric IgM IgMwi light lightw
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Calmos Calmn Was as Watched aterd Several aner Day nam namNo DayshenP3100 Thei TheiPalloe
Palloe No Took a Chance and Arrester ArresterHtm Artrd Artrd11m Arrestedhim
him 11m on IDs Appearance AlrnnoeS Appaaneeday Say He Own Owrato Ownto 01 01to
to MOOO 2GTf Theft at Manhattan Iaatan Sgaare SgaareA Square SquareA Suare SuareA
A sleek aeJ young youg man ma was locked loked up a1 a1Police at atPolce atPolice
Police Polce Headquarters Heaqurt last lat night and ad in him binthe himthe himthe
the police pl bellsvQ bee they tey bare hn the steak snealthief steakthief
thief who has ba stolen Icle thousands touda of dollar dollarworth dolars dolarsorth dollarsworth
worth orth of jew Jewels ls from hotels in this city cltjduring et etduring cityduring
during the last laa six ax months motbs The prisoner prlsoneigave prier prierrn prisonerLive
the of John Calmus and hi hla
gave te name ne Joh Cmu age agiaa ageas
aa 21 yean e Ha was arrested arst In I the Hotel HoteNetberland HotelNetherld HotelNetherland
Netberland NetberlandHe Netherld NetherldHe
He registered at the Netherland tw twdays two twotl twodays <
days tl ago rger aa J T Standing Btdlnr of Chicago ChicagoH Clcio ClcioI
H I He went wnt there the with wih a valise l and was w assignee assignedto assigneeto
to a room rm on the sixth floor tr John Con Conway ConWar Conway
way the detective detciv had beenwarnod bn been wo warned to toolout look lookout lookout
out for a young yug man m answering awelnlr bU des deascription desapln desscriptfon
scription apln The minute minut Conway got hli hlieyes hi hieeyes
eyes e1 on Calmua Clu he suspected IUpc that be might mightbe mightbe
be the t sneak ana for whom every evry policeman policemanand policman policmanand policemanand
and hotel hotl detective dot was searching larcl Con Conway Conway Conway
way watched wtced the young rou chap cp closely col but butdidnt butdldnt butdidnt
didnt see him do anything a1blng in the least leastauspicious Iast Iastauspicius leastsuspicious
auspicious auspiciousConway auspicius suspiciousConway
Conway Conwa began bga to t think thik yesterday yatrda that thatthe that thatthe
the t man m might migt mlgbtsuapsotbe auspect he h wu waa being blnlr watched watchedand watchedand
and was WA purposely purly usp keeping kplnl out ot of harm harmTbe ha harmThe
The more Conway thought tholht of o this the t more morehe mor morebe
he believed bUevd it to be b true tr and last Jt night nigh he haasked heake heasked
asked ake Police PoU Headquarters lealuarra for advice adviceCentral advic adviceOentral
Central Ontral Office omo Detectives Dttha Kelly Kl and andTlemey andTierney
Tlemey Tler were wre sent nt to the t NetbarUnd 1ethrfand to tolook tolok tolook
look lok over the th suspicious Ip lou guest i1 Conway Conwaypointed Coway Cowaypinted Conwaypointed
pointed pinted the young man m out ot to them tm and andall andall
all three thr sleuths alut agreed he h answered anr the thedescription thadeptlon thedescription
description deptlon of the ag thief who wh was wanted wantedThey wanledTy wantedThey
They Ty took tk a chance ch on him anyway and andplaced andplad andplaced
placed plad him bl under uDd r arrest arrestAt art artAt arrestAt
At first 1 the th young unl man m was Inclined loUned to toshow toshow toshow
show anger angr but the detectives dtecive bluffed bluffedhim blufed blufedhi bluffedhim
him hi and then thn they th say IY he weakened weakenedThey wbnd wbndTy weakenedThey
They Ty knew kew they thy had h him h right when whn they theysearched toy toylood theysearched
searched lood him h In I the th hotel h I for the tb seared searedbrought eaob eaobbought eearohbrought
brought keys keysI bought forth a bunch bch of thirty tbl skeleton skeletonkeys akeletonbys skeletonkeys
I guess g1 there thro aint much use UI of squealing squealingnow qllC qllCnow
now said the t1 man m when whn the tb keys ke were werepulled wr werepulled
pulled pld from his h pookta pocketsLittle pockets pocketsLittle
Little Litl time ti was lost 10t in getting ptta the t prisoner prisonerto prnr prnrto
Police Headquarters There be
to Poli Headqur 1r h was waapositively waspltly waspositively
positively pltly Identified 1dntled aa a a young oulg man who whohad whohad whohad
had registered r ter at a the th Manhattan Mtt Square SquareHotel Squre SqureHotel SquareHotel
Hotel at SO 5 West e Seventywreath Sevntnnth street streetover atrt atrtor streetover
over a month ago When he left lft that hotel hotelMra hotelMrs I
Mrs 11 Kochorsborger Kocherbergr one of the t guests guestsdiscovered gst guestsdiscovered
discovered dlcoered that tt she had ba lost lot about abt 12000 12000worth UO 1000worth
worth of Jewelry JewelryHe jwl t tHe
He had h registered reptued there thre under ur the name nameof nme nmeot nameof
of J P Standing BtdK and had hd a room on the theearn tbeear thesame
earn ear same e floor for with the tb woman wom who wh was robbed robbedTbo robb robbedThe
The To jewels Jol wer were taken trn while whle the owner ower was wasout wasout wasout
out of her room rm Calmua Clus or whatever whateverhU wha er erhla
hU name nae Is admitted adlUed this robbery robbl last lastnight wtnight lastnight
night the police plc say sa Mrs Mr Kocberaberger Kocberabergerwas Xorbrgr Xorbrgras
was as entered entr on o the blotter bloter as the com complainant complt complainant ¬
plainant plt against aglnt him himHow himHw himHow
How Hw many motbr other r hotels htel ho to is have hT you yo robbed robbed8ergtMsngia robbed8lgult > 1BerztMangleukedthe
8ergtMsngia 8lgult BerztMangleukedthe Mlredtb prisoner t We Wehave Wsha Wehave
have ha a lot chalked ce up against agat you youOh youOh youOh
Oh there thr are ar some Im others otbrs Man Mangit MangitMy It gin ginnays
nays wee ws the th young mans ma answer answerHa anaw answerHe
Ha l told the th names nms of some sm of them themSergt themSrg themSergt
Srg Sergt Man Mg Mangin gin added addd but the sergeant sergeantwouldnt Irgnt Irgntwouldt sergeantwouldnt
wouldnt wouldt make mak them thm known kow Urt t night nightMany nightM nightMany
Many M of the hotels where whr robberies rbbls have haveoccurred hw hwOd haveoccurred
occurred Od are I known kow On O March 11 1 there therewas thro throwa therewas
was wa a robbery robbry at the t1 Hotel Flanders Fnders and andSIOO andr
SIOO 1800 r worth rth of jewels Jla were or stolen Roln from fromthe tromth fromthe
the th room of Mrs Ma Tenney TrDY one 00 of oUb the guests guestsOther gss gssOthr guestsOther
Other Othr hotels hteb where whr robberies robbl have ha occurred oc occurred 00cd ¬
curred cd recently rtnt are ae the St S Andrews dws Gal GalUtln Gallatin I
latin ltl and New Amsterdam Aerd m There Tr may mayhave my myh4O mayhave
have h4O boon bn others othr but the robberies were werenot wer werenot I Inot
not made md public publicCalmua pblo pbloCmu publicCalmus
Calmua Cmu stopped stopp for a time tme at at the Gllsey GllseyHouse Onsy GUseyHouse I IHol
House Hol He told the police IUce that ho leftthere left leftthere leftthere
there suddenly wdenly leaving lov two handbags hadba after afterhim atterh afterhim
him h In mo moat st of the to hotels botls be stopped he heleft helef heleft
left lef bags hp after ater him b In I each ech robbery robber spp tho thopolice thopolce thepolice
police polce say ho would wait wat for his intended intendedvictim Intde Intendedvictim
victim ictl to leave le her room and a then ten enter enterwith enterwit enterwith
with wit a pass p key ke Only Ony jewelry Jewl was wa stolen stolenCalmus atolenCmus stolenCalmus
Calmus Cmus U a pole faced ta looking lookg chap who whohaa whob whohas
has b the appearance appc pe of a dope fiend fend The Tbeonly Te Teont1 Theonly
only address add he would give giv was 1224 Spring SpringGarden Bprg BprgOarden SpringGarden
Garden street srt Philadelphia Phdelpbl The Te local localpolice lo localpolice
police polic do not know kw bun bunTbe hi himThe
The To name under which wWc he registered register at attho at atthe
tho Gllsey Oll House lIoU was wa we diaries Clrle Anderson AndersonUU Andel1lonUl
UU Ul address addr he gave gve as a Chicago Cicgo Detec Detectives DtEo Deteotire ¬
the tire went to tho Gllsey Oly House Hou late last lastnight lat latnght lastnight
night nght there and got the te bags bgs which wWe be had bd left lefttriers leftther leftthere
Came on the IlallloTOUi Dalomt L L U J W Tfllmerrtlnii TfllmerrtlniiFamily UmtrdlncaFamLdl llmerdingsFamilyLeft
Family FamLdl FamilyLeft Left at the Wrong ronl Hotel HotelLucius lotrl lotrlLcU hotelLucius
Lucius LcU E I Wllmerdlng 1lerng of the th linen lnn Importing im importing Imporg ¬
porting porg firm frm of Wilmerdlng Wlmerlng Jt Blaaett Dltt of of7t of7e
7t Leonard Lnr street Itrt arrived arv home bore on the Baltic Ilaltlolast Balticlist Dilo Dilolut
list night nlghtwltb with his b family tay and Marie lar Mlland Mllanda Mland Mlanda
a French Fnh maid md Mr Wilmerdinga 1Imer house houseat hou
at 18 Feat Et Seventyeventh Svntvnth street stlt U closed closedso clo
1 so he decided dede to put his h family ta I up at the theHotel thelIol thelintel
Hotel lIol Buckingham BuekingbsnTherewaent BuckinghamThere Duckgh
There Tere Therewaent wasnt room rm for fomal all al the Wilmerdlnga Wilmerdlngaand Wlmerng
and the th French Fnc maid md in one carriage crg so soMr aoMr soMr
Mr Wllmerdlng 1lmerg engaged egag another anothr vehicle vehicleat bdo bdoat
at the th pier for her Into the second nd car carriage cr crrg carriage ¬ I
riage with wih the th maid md were bundled someparcels some someparcels me meprI
rg parcels Including Incudg a box of silverware silverwareThe silverwareThe
prI The Te driver dvr of the maids mds sverwar carriage wan wantold Wa wastold
tld told to take tke her to the BucUnghaoj Duclgh cge Ho Holeft Jo Jolef lieleft
lef left her hr at the th Manhattan lahttZlutlme lahttZlutlmewhn Meantime Meantimewhen Meantime Meantimewhen
when whn the maid didnt didt appear Mr WI1 WI1merrlinK Wllmerrilnq 11 11meg
merrlinK become b alarmed appr for she Ihe spoke spokeno
meg no English Egllh He went to the East Ft Fiftyfirst Fiftyfirststreet Ftyfit Ftyfitart FiftyfirsttreatpaUce lpke lpkeno
art street treatpaUce police plce station staton to ask what wht he had hadbetter b hadbetter
bttr better do He U was told to report rr the th mold moldmissing md mdmng maidmissing
missing at Police Polc Headquarters HeadquartersFrom
mng From hqual1l headquarters our he h was sent to the theCharles tbeCrlM theCharles
CrlM Charles street atrt station ston In I the prednot prnot which whichtakes whichtkes whichtakes
tkes takes in the tb White Wte Star Str pier There Tere they theytent theyst theysent
tent st out ot a detective detv to trace tr per the cabman cabmanwho cabmanwho
wh who drove the th maid md Mr Wilmerdingwent WUnwrdlng WUnwrdlngwent WUmr
wnt went along alog to aid ad in the search searchWhile searchWhile rh rhWbUe
While he was wa atlll aUI looking loklna for her he she sheturned aheturned
turne turned up at the thoBuoklnghamGlnJ Buckingham BuokingbamGIRL BuckinghamGIRL ao aoturne
Grab rabs the tr Bridle Irldl and Hangs lap on O Vntll U the theHorse te teo theHone
Horse Gives Gt
CBDAK CDJ GROTK ORv N J March 1 34 terLillian terLillianKelleher jUlan jUlanKelee Llfflan Llfflanelleher
elleher Kelee 18 yeara N old proved poved herself b a aitrolne ahtrolne ahtroloe
itrolne this th afternoon rtmoon by stopping spping a runs runaay n nay runsway
way ay horse hot and ad saving aavg from probable probble In Inore InJu injury
jury two children named Armstron Arong who whowero
Ju odn nN ellcher ellcherNW
wero ore In n the carriage osrriagiw When Miss M Keleher If
NW iw 0 the t runaway nwar Ce approaching afprochlng she ho waited waitedatll wafteduntil at
11 until atll the born hOr got go abreast abr of her h and then then thenwithout I Iitbout
Ut without a moments hesitation h8ttlon leaped lp for forrard tor forward
ward and seized the bridle brdl close olo to the bit bitShe bitSbe bitShe
wa She swung swg er to and fro like Uk a pendulum pendulumor pdulum pdulumtor
for or a moment mont and was In danger er of being beingbrown bing bingthow beingthrown
brown under unde the anlmaln < hoofs but buttolled butoUed butpoUed
thow poUed tolled herself hel up and anm kept jerking Je at thebridle the theirldle tbebrdle
bridle until untl the tb bone hor kep stop stopped aop Jerk Miss Mi MtasKelleherwas MissCelleber
Kelleherwas Celleber waa not hurt bu and she held he the th bone bonemtll hot horseuntil
Keleber Wa ae
until the children chilr recovered reve from frm their theirright tbri theirfright
fright untl and climbed olmb out of the carriage carriageAftrr cs csAt carriageat
I fhB Aftrr At at U iU at teaotu tOI 1 VSBBItt UaB UVaauutva 11e It J Is tkt ti u tt Reotck fl btlA bA oot eb U ai a t md mde ttt tttfhB tit titI taee
Once Well tl Known Ii no In Wall al Street NtrtlANmnd NtrtlANmndt StreetAtenaed StreetAtenaedof Aretuei Aretueif
of f MUapproprlattnE Iwlatne aleck aleckFunds BtatkFrancis AIKkFranol
Francis Franol P Magoun Maun once onc head of otthe otthedefc thi thidefunct the thedefunct
defunct defc brokerage brokra house hOUe of Magoun Jgol Bran BranA Dr +
A Co wbloh failed tall a few yearaago years e ago iraa o ts arrested ar arrested r rIte
rested Ite yesterday yestery on o a warrant wat charging earglng
him bl with misappropriating mlpprprlatlg 1U7 shares aha r o orailroad ot otrairoad ofrailroad
railroad rairoad stock atk valued at t0 20000 and ownec ownecby owned ownadb ownedby
firm by b Miss Ml Clara Cr 8 Hall Hal a client olent of the thifirm thef thefirm
firmMagoun f
Magoun Maun since Ilno the failure of his firm flrnand firmand firmand
and the te death dath of his two to brothers brothl Edward EdwanV Eward EwardV
V and George Grg D Magoun has h been bn living Ivln IvlnI
In I Cincinnati CoMat In thedays thed of bU bl prosperity prosperithe Jrprlty
he cut quite qulo a awath here hre He Ie owned owe the thiViper tbeViper theViper
Viper the fleetest tte t launch lauc In the th world orld am amwaa and andWIU andwas
was seen sn a great gt deal deln In the th theatre theatr district districtHe dLtrlc districtlie
He le came oo here her yesterday eteray to testify tl In i isuit a aait asuit
suit ait In the Supreme Suprer Court growing outol outolhis out ot oth ofhis
his h firma fs firm failure talure Mrs 11 Haifa lals husband husbandhearing bUbd bUbdhernl husbandhearing
hearing hernl that tht ho was here her hurried to the thiDUtrlctAttomeyaoffloetogethlm thoDltoAtt theDiatrlctAltomeyeofloetogethim
DUtrlctAttomeyaoffloetogethlm DltoAtt moy omcetoeeblm while he hecould hocoud hecould
could coud Magistrate Magtrate Whitman Whima was WI Induce Induceto inducedto
to grant gant a warrant walt and Magoun llagoun was ar arrented arrtied arrested
rented rtied aa a he was leaving the courtMr court courtMr courtMr
Mr Hall Hal alleges atge that while whe he waai waaiclient was a a aclent aclient
client clent of the firm fm of Magoun Msgou Broa BrO k d Co Coolie Cohe Cohe
he gave gTO them the th the stock atok to sell l and thai thaishortly tht thtehor thatshortly
shortly ehor afterward af ar the firm tr failed taie and ad h hnever ho honever henever <
never got any rom return for It It It was wa in his hliwife hlawlel hiswifes
wife wlel wifes name nameMagistrate nameMagtrate nameMagistrate
Magtrate Magistrate Whitman Wtm In the Tombs Tomb polio poliocourt polleecourt
court cou bold hod Magoun Magul in in10000 110000 IO ball bl f tor or further furtheiexamination fher fheremton furtherexamination
examination emton He was paroled later late till tilthis tillthi tillthis
thi this morning momg to give him an opportunity opportunltjto opprtunity opprtunityto
to secure 8cre ball ballRESCUES b bIESCUEO ballRESCUES
Women omm and Children Cldrn Carried Crrlrd out by b Po Polleemen Potrrmrltatn PollcemenStain
lleemen trrmrltatn llcemenStain Stain Cut Off 0 by b Smoke SmokeFive SmokeFhe SmokeFive
Five persona prs were rescued rcue yesterday yesterdaafternoon yesterdayafternoon eeterdayartemoon
afternoon from a fire f which whlo started in IJ th throoms the therooms therooms
of John J Lehman the second secondfloor
rooms Joh Lhm on aooom aooomfloor Ind Indfloor
floor of a six alx story ltor tenement teemt house hou at 1C 1CEast 1M 1MFst 166Fast
East 127th Jjth street atrt and did 12000 20 damage damagePolicemen dg damagePolcemm
Policemen PoU mc Bowden Dowde Elliott Eiott and Signor Bgor o othe of oftbe ofthe
the East Eat 126th 12 tb street atrt station attlon were er among amonjthe amongthe amongthe
the first frt to arrive avo on the scene sceneLehman lcne lcneLbm sceneLebmm
Lehman Lbm was Wa at home with his bs two chll chlldren ci children
dr dren who were aseep asleep in one of the bed bedrooms b bedrooms
rooms on the second Ind floor for when the fire finstarted fireItare firestarted
started Itare in one of the other bedrooms brooml Hi Hiplckedup le leplckeup liepicked
plckedup plckeup picked up the children child and got to the street streetwhere 8trt 8trtwhere streetwhere
where he met m the pollcenfen pUcnen and told then thenthat thm thmthat themthat
that several eeer tenants tenats were wer In the house houl with withsick withaok withsick
sick aok children cbldn Bowden Dwde ran r up to the thin thinfloor tblr thirdfloor
floor where wher he found Mra Ms Mr Albert Albrt Johnson Johnsonso Johsn Johsna
so a scared that she e could cud not speak The Thefire Thef Thefire
fire f In had out ot off of escape esp by the stairs Bowden Bowdenpicked Dowde Dowdepicked Bowdenpicked
picked her up and carried creherovrtheoot creherovrtheootto her over overtheroof overtheroofto the roof roofto
to tho next net house housePolicemen hou8 houset
t Policemen Policme Elliott Elott and Signor Bgor found ltd Mrs MraMargaret MrsMargaret
Margaret Mrgret Hook In the rear rar flat ft on the name namefloor Ime Imefoor samefloor
floor foor with her he three thr sick ack children cbldr Eveline Evelne EvelneS
8 Theodore Teore S I and John Joh 2 years yara old The Thowoman Thewom Thewoman
woman wom and her children cid were taken down downthe downthe
the rear r fire f escape escapeCOP esp espCOP esoepeCOP
Heal Rr Estate Fllatl Mans Wife fe Resented Rmte Arrest Arrestef Ant Antf ArrestOf
ef f Her It flail Flirtm Ila1ns12YrrOd Ila1ns12YrrOdMr 12 12YearOld 12YearOldMrs > YearOld YearOldMrs
Mrs Mr Frederick Ferick Cole the wife of a real realestate ral ralesta realestate
estate esta dealer deer In The Bronx was locked lockedup lockedup lookedup
up in the Tremont Tremnt police plice station atUn yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon O
afternoon ato charged with ttna ttnaman awaaultlag Meaultingman Polloe Polloeman
man John Jon MoEnnery MoEne The To cop found a anumber Anwnbr anumber
number nwnbr of boys 0 having bTing a ball bl game in front frontof frontot frontof
of 2193 21 Oambrellng Cmbelng avenue avnue where Mis MisColo ln btrsColo I
Colo lives lve and ad ho drove them away a Among Amongthe Aong Aongthe Amongthe
the boys bo was Wa Burton Durn the twelveyearold twelveyearoldson twelveyerld 1 1en
son en of Mrs Mr ColeMcEnnory Cole ColeMcEnnory Cle I
McEnnory McEnel says M that tat as soon lon aa al hU hi back backwas baokWi backwas
was Wi turned ture tho boys bo1 began to t play ball ballagain ba ballagain
again agai and that tht he rushed rhe In I among aong them themand the theand themand
and grabbed gbb one of the players pla1er This T boy boyhappened boyhappred boyhappened
happened happred to be Burton Dut n Cola Cole The cop was wasmarching WIUmablng wasmarching
marching mablng off of with wih him as a prisoner prlnr when whenMrs whenMr whenMrs
Mrs Mr Cole appeared appr and demanded demnded to know knowwhy knowwhy knowwhy
why her son ln had ha been bn singled single out for a aprisoner aptner aprisoner
prisoner ptner Instead Ite of some other boy by MoEn MoEnnery MoE MoEnnery ¬
nery ner rays M that he h replied pled that all ball bl play playing pla1lng playfag ¬
fag boys bo looked looke alike aike to him and that Mrs MrsColes Mr MrsCole
Cole Coles Clea son en would have to go to the police policestation polce polcestton policestation
station stationThereupon stton stationThereupon
Thereupon Tereupon the cop Rays MS Mrs Ml Cole Coleshowed Coleshowed Coleshowed
showed she had plenty plent of nerve nere for she shepitched sbepitched shepitched
pitched Into It him with both flats It and struck struckhim struckhim struckhim
him many my blows blow about the head he knocking knockingoff kocking kockingor
off or hU hi helmet helmct Her sons playmates playt saw sawMrs sawMrs
Mrs 1 Colo at work and ad they did their the part partby partby partby
by jeering Jerg the oop MoEnnery MoEnery got mad madthen madthen madthen
then and placed pla Mrs I Cole under uder arrest arrestShe art artShe arrestShe
She was looked looko up and her son was put putin putIn putin
in the same se cell cll with her Both wore wo balled balledout 1le balledout
out later laterSHE 1 laterSHE r rSUE
1111 OUT
SHE TALKED TALIED HIM 11U OUT OF SIS000 SIS000Once 5180 5180Once 318000Once
Once Wealthy 1ta1by Nebraskan Nebran Has Woman of ofMany ofla ofMany
Many la Adventures Adletut Arrested ArrestedDKNVKR Arrtte ArrestedDLvxn
DKNVKR DL March Mah 21 UAfter After twelve years yearsof Yf Yfot yearsof
of adventures advontur Mrs l Scott Sott Smodley Smeey for formerly for formerly formerly ¬
merly Miss MI Edith Eth Simmons Simons of Atlanta AtlantaGo Atlt AtlantaOn
Go Oa U I in jail charged chrg by Joseph Joph Wells at atone atone atone
one time tme a wealthy ealtb1 Nebraskan Nebrk with ob obtaining obtAlnlni obtaming ¬
taming 18000 t80 cash = b from him on the pre pretense pr pretense ¬
tense of promising promWg to secure e a divorce divorceand divor divorand divorceand
and marry m him himWelU him himWells
Wells Well U I 4S 5 years Mr old and Mrs Mr Bmedley Smedey
3 33 After Ater getting geting his last fl000 80 she he left lefthim Irfthi lefthim
him hi he charges charg and came cmo to Denver Denverwhere Dner Dnerwher Denverwhere
where wher her husband a former toner Lincoln LincolnNeb Looln LoolnNeb LincolnNab
Neb clothing Raleaman eman bad started atarle a aflourishing afourlahlng aflourishing
fourlahlng flourishing business b0 and bought an a auto automobile aut automobile ¬
mobie mobile with the money his wife wie cot ot from fromWelU tromWella fromWells
Wells WellaIUbd WellsHusband WelUHusband
Husband IUbd and wife wls were wre taken tken back bc to toLincoln toLincoln
Lncoln Lincoln today ty Mrs Mn Smedley Smeey had two twohusbands twohusbd twohusbands
husbd husbands before btore sh Ih she married mre SmedleyXUNNS Smedley BmedleyWNWS SmedleyNUNNS
Inquest neinnird ntunreTtmon flesumedTestimony Testimony to He e Sub Submitted Snb Submilted ¬
milted mltrd to th the District Attorney AttorneyThe Atornry AtornryT AttorneyThe
The T inquest Inust in the t case C of Alderman AldermanV Alnan AlnanW
W V Nunn Nu the t accountant antt who died did at hU hUloroe hbhom hishome
hom home loroe M Putnam Ptn avenue Brooklyn Droolr on onlarch onMah onMarch
larch Mah 17 1 and whose who life le as it U I supposed supposednight Ipp supposedmight
night migt have ba been bn aavtxflf ai bU hl wife le who U l a aIhrUtlan aCrlstl aChrletfap
IhrUtlan Crlstl Scientist Sinti had ba not refused retu to tolave tohav tohave
hav have lave him treated tat by a a > regular rgl physician physicianf phyall
was f aa resumed last Jt night by Coroner Coronr Flab Flabirty Flabert Flabcrt7
irty ert rsum Nunn Nun bad been nigt struck IItk by b a train trainDr tin tinDr trainDr
Dr George 0 Owens Own house hO surgeon Ir on of ofaa ott oSt
St t Ma Marys orf lopll hospital t testified that Mr Nunn Nunnwas Nunnwas
was aa suffering from tr eight eit scalp eap wounds woundsben wOnl wOnlwhn woundswhen
when ben admitted to the hospital hopll one of thembeing them themeek
t o tm tm1lng
whn being amtt ai six Inchs inches long At t the end ot a aweek aweak
1lng weak eek during dug which whi t tradual tl time tero there ha had bn been a agdual agradual
week gradual radual Improvement Improvmnt In I the t wounds Mrs Mrsunn MraNunn MrsNunn
to gdual Nunn j unn hU insisted isitd homo homoDr horn homeDP In I the t removal rmoval of o the t patient patientj ptnt ptntto
Dr Owens Owen saM that tha this action on Airs AleNunna Airsiunna l1
iunna Nus D part was much against acon bU advice advicend ad1o adytoeand
and nd wishes pa and he muc had her agt algn elfin a statement statemento atatmt atatmtto
to o that WIO effect eae Mrs Nunn Nu alP a explanation explanationras eplaUo
was that she wanted wnt to have hav her husband husbandt husbd husbdat
at t home ao 8 that thatabe she could take full f oar sue C of ofilra ofhim ofhim
him ilra Several Se other othe witnesses wllo were ex exmined namned examinCed
aminCedoroner mined minedCoroner
amned amnedCoroner Coroner oroner Flaherty who ho Is holding holdlnJ the thenqulry te teInqi theinquiry
inquiry without 1ritbrut Fry a Jury Ju will wl submit submt the theaura ther theentire
Inqi r entire aura r evidence evdeoce when wbe completed complre to the theUtrict theDlatc theDistrict
District Dlatc Attorney AttorneyUslsl Attoley AttoleyIta Attorneyfaab
Ita Uslsl apa luting tlaa Diractlt OaneUa Vi YsalllaAce YsalllaAceQdrkest aaUaA aaUaAQalfbtt lll 4 f fQslcknt
Qslcknt Line Lne to ClertUiid ClertUiidUavs CtutladlAne ClerlasdLeave
lAne New York la I > P M arrive Clrrctitid Clrrctitidl
t1I l nut nornlar Ctnrlnruti Aul 1Jn I3n I 1 > M lallan lallanwills IDII IDIIala leStanals
ala wills Itt 1 rrl K P1 U 1 SI unit 1s Pea B4 PUbr r 11 br Nrw rw Vortt Vorttfealrsl 01 or 1L 1LCentral
Central lra nil n ante sen In Ice I Xu 1 excess U Urt fU tare1d Ut i
Held Ird In n lOOOOO 000 Ball Dal After Afer Heartni HeartniHe Irl llesringire
He Ran the United tntt States ltatr Trust TMt Co Cond Coand Coand
and nd Was W uppoied ulllt to Be Wealth WealthTaken Wrtb Wrtbake Wealthy Wealthyshaken
Taken ake to Triton onNs on oti a > Trolley ToUe Car CarPnruDxuiiu CarPDuannenra ar arPUnDIU
PnruDxuiiu PUnDIU March 24 24A 2tAs Aa a climax ollmaito olmx olmxto climaxto
to the collapse colla P of the Storey Store Cotton Company Com Company Compy
pany py and the consequent conqtcnt crash oh of ottbe ottbeProvdmt tb tbProvident the theProvident <
Provident Provdmt Investment Bureau Durau the United UnlteStates Unit UnitedState <
States Stat postal ptal Jvetmnt authorities authortle today to caused CAu the thearrest th tharrMt tbeart <
arrest art of Stanley Blanly Francis Franci promoter o othe of oftbe ofthe
the United Unit States Stat Trust Trt Company Compy with withoffices withOmO withomoes
offices OmO on Third Thir street at rt below Market MarketFrancU Marketrancls MarketFrancis
Francis was supposed IUppos to be a millionaire millionaireUnited milonare milonareUnted millionaireUnited
United Unted State Btt Commissioner Commloner Craig Cag after aftsihearing afterheng afterhearing
hearing heng evidence whle which connected conne Frauds Frandiwith Fcs Fcswith Fraudswith
with the Storey Cotton Company Compy held bin binin hi himin
in 1100000 1100 ball bl the highest hlgbet security arlty ever eveifixed everfixed
fixed In I the local 11 Federal Fedel courts cou FrandiInsUted Francis Francisinsisted
insisted lnlted on telephoning telphonn for his automobile automobllito auobe auobeto
to take te him h to prison prn The Te deputy marshals marthaUhowever mh marshalshowever
however howove persuaded pre him hm to be b satisfied satlsflecwith satlle satisfiedwith
with a trolley tly car carIn c avIn
In I Moyamenslne MOfeang Prison Pl8 Francis Fcis Is now nowawaiting nowawaitng nowawaiting
awaiting awaitng a further hearing herlni of his hi cast casenext castnext
next net Friday lie le refused refus to make mak any anjstatement anyItatemet anystatement
statement Itatemet at the hearing which took place placein placeIn
in Commissioner CmmMloner Craigs Cgs office ofc at 5 I oclocV oclocVthis oclockthis
this evening He le declared that he would wouldmake woudmake wouldmake
make bla defence defenc when the proper propr time timecame timecme timecame
came cameShortly cme cmeShorty cameShortly
Shortly Shorty before bfore his am artt arrest it the various varlouio variousofficers
o moors omor of the United Unied State Trust Trt Com Company Cm Cmpn1 Compony ¬
pony pn1 men whoso whoo Integrity intgity la l above cur susI au auIllo curplcion
I picion Illo had summoned Francis Franci to meet meetthem met mettbem meetthem
them In the th offices oMcl of the company to explain ex explain expl
plain pl some of oUbo the charges that have hve recently recentlybeen rnty rntybn recentlybeen
been bn made me against agat him Francis Irc did not notappear notsppr notappear
appear sppr but wa wat < repiosented reprOnt by b counsel counselApparently coul coulApprnty counselApparently
Apparently Apprnty the explanations oxplnto did dd not notaatUfy notaatlst notsatisfy
satisfy aatlst the majority mJorlt of the officers oMor for foinearly tornerly fornearly
nearly nerly all a resigned rlge at once ono They Te all be believed believed ¬
lev lieved that the company oompny was WI a trustworthy trustworthyconcern trtwory trtworyconom trustworthyconcern
concern conom when they tho entered enter it and ad they theyexplained theynplalned theyexplained
explained that tht they severed aeer their teir connec connection cnne connection ¬
tion with it because bCU8 of Franc FrancisAttorneys Francis FrancisAttorneys
Attorneys E E J Fershlng and Robert Robrt MAnderson M MAnderson MAden
Anderson Aden who represent reprCnt the majority mjority of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the creditors etors of the Storey Cotton Coton Com Company Company Company ¬
pany and tbo Provident Povident Investment Ivetmet Com Company Cm Cmpny Cornpony ¬
pony pny instituted Ialtute the proceedings poings through throughthe thouah thouahtho throughthe
the postal authorities autbcrltM They declared dele that thatthey tht thtthe thatthey
they the know kew nothing nothc and cared cred little 1tle about aboutthe abouttho aboutthe
the United Unted States Blate Trust Tt Company Compy their theirchief thei theirchief
chief chel concern concen being big about Francs Franciss connoclion con connection connrlon ¬
nection with it itTho ItT IL ILThe
The T warrant warant for the arrest arres contained containedtl contaid contaidtbo containedthe
tl the names nmes of six oilier ollr men mn who wh are wanted wantedIn
In connection connoclon with lb the Storey Sory orey Cotton Ctton and andthe andthe andthe
the Provident Pdent Investment Ielmnt Bureau Duau canes caaesUnited cl clUnited canesUnited
United States Sates Marshal lrshl Myers Myrs went wnt to tothe toth tothe
the th Francis Fncis Building Dndg with wih the tb warrant warrantSeveral waant waantSe warrantSeveral
Several Se ral others othn were wr with Myers llyr They Theywere T Theywere
were met mt at the th door dr by aa a office ofo boy boyThe boyTe boyThe
The Te boy b refused rt to let them in The Themen To Tomen Themen
men pushed pushe him b to one aide lid and pawed pawedthrough pd pdtrugh passedthrough
through trugh a pair of swinging awlgg doors door to a rear rearroom rr rrro rearroom
room ro marked mrked p Private Prvate Myers knocked knockedupon kockd kockdupon knockedupon
upon the door do There Tl was no answer answerweight anawerTho answerThe
The dpu deputy mn arebal pu put hl his aouder shoulder to tot toUe
Ue ddhtttlresr4dfvhle weight against it itand ltand t tand
and fell to into Ito thfgt the room rm Fran Francis waa sitting alttlngonlmy sittingcalmly sittingcalmly
calmly onlmy behind a dealt dealtWhat dek dekWhat deskWhat
What can I do for you gentlemen gentemen he heaakod beaake hoasked
asked aakodThey aake askedThey
They Tey told him h and nd be agreed agc to go with withthem wlh wlhthem withthem
them At S I oclock the bearing beag waa begun begunin bgun bgunI
in I the office orce of the United States StaN District DistrictCourt Distict DistictCourt DistrictCourt
Court in I tho Federal Feea Building Dul < Ung United UnitedStatea Unite UnitedState
State State District Dtlot Attorney torney J Whit Whtae Whittaker WhittakerThompson taker takerThompson
Thompson Thompen conducted cdute the proceedings proceedingsTbo procega procegaT
The T bearing bearg was held behind bhid closed clO doom doomA door doorsAdetailed
A Adetailed detailed delle story st l of all Ithat that took tok plato plto wa waobtained I Ioblane weobtained
obtained oblane from Attorney tt rlY Persblng Perblng who whowith whowith whowith
with Mr I Anderson Andelon assisted a llted In tho prosecu prosecution preu proeecutlon ¬
tion tionThe ton I
tonTe The Te exact charge cbarg against agaist the man mansaid manMid mansaid
said Mr Perching PerhlnR was 4 conspiracy onplraC using usingtho usingthe Ing Ingtho
tho mails ml for fraudulent purposes puroe and andeverything andevclthlg andeverything
everything evclthlg covered cover by these tb two formal formalcharges for formalcharges
charges ebarg Francis Franci was u aa cool 01 aa a Ice Ic He Hemade le lemade liemade
made no statement statementIt ettement
It I was wa testified tto that bo was wa a director directorof dltor dltorof
of the Storey Stre Cotton Cott n Company Compn bad helped helpedto help
to declare dOa fictitious foloU dividends for that thatconcern thatconom thatconcern
concern and that the company had never neverdealt neverdotln neverdaltin
conom compy
daltin dealt dotln In cotton cottonor or donoany donoa outside outlde business bWlne bWlneocept businessazoopt budneMexcept
except ocept in i one or two trivial trival Instance lntnQ It Itwaa I Itwas
was ns shown that the mailing ming lists of the thoStorey theSt theStorey
Storey St re Cotton Cottn Company Compy and the Provident ProvidentInvestment ProvidentInvetmt ProvidentInvestment
Investment Invetmt Company Cmpy were wer interchanged interchangedcoonmcir Iterba IterbaGOODRCI intcrchangedGOODRICII
Wire rn Hell lel Take Tke Up Ex FxMayor I Jlaor Mgor Van an Wycki WyckiJefferson WycksJefferson J Jtnon
Jefferson tnon Day Dy Dinner PtMt Wager WagerThero WagerThere afr afrTher
There Ther U I a taker for that > 3000 O bet t offered offeredby oterd oterdby offeredby
by exMayor eMa10r ex Mayor Von Va Wyck that tho Jefferson Jeffersonday Jotern JoternIa Jeffersonday
day Ia dinner dier of the Democratlo Dmorlo Club Cub will willsurpasa wUIIUr willsurpass
surpass IUr that to be held by the Iroquois IroquoUClub Iroqola IroqolaCub IroquoisClub
Club Cub of Chicago Cicago on the same lme anniversary anniversaryExJudge annler anniversaryExJudge
ExJudge Eudg Adam Adm Goodrich Grlcb of Chicago Chicagotelegraphed Cicgo Cicgotelegphed Chicagotelegraphed
telegraphed telegphed to the Democratic Dmorato Club Clubyesterday Cub Cubyelorday Clubyesterday
yesterday yelorday asking Mklg for particulars prlolar of the thewager thowagr thewager
wager Mr Van an Wok U L ready rdy to make makeWhat mke mkeWbat makeWhat
What wagr the former rorer Mayor Mayor said was that he hewaa hewas hewas
was willing wiig to bet bt WOOO 50 that the New York Yorkdinner Yorkdner Yorkdinner
dinner dner would get more mor space ll in i the news newspapers nowsppera newspapers ¬
papers and more gt national natonal attention attetion than thanthe th thanthe
the ppera Chicago festival festivalwaa tetlval tetlvalWhrn festivalWhen
Ccago asked whowas who whowas
When Mr Van Wyck was
was to decide deide M the bet bt and ad upon what rules rulestho rul rulesthe
tho judgment should be made he confessed confessedhe contO confessedhe
he was Judgt up against It BO r far as that end of ofIt otIt ofIt
It was concerned cono agt L but that anyhow anyhowmoney anyhow hla hlaoncy hlamoe
moe money oncy was waaelegram realty Judg Judge Judgetelegram Oorlca Oorlcateleg
telegram stated 6tted f that he was wa willing wiig to toake totke totake
take tke teleg up uptbe the bet bt as soon 8n as be could coud leam leamko lern earn earnthe I
the ko details detailsMr det detailsMr
Mr Van Wyck went to Boston Bton yesterda Ttery Tteryto yaterdnyto
to 0 Induce Iduc Mayor Patrick Parlok A Collins Colt to spea peak speakat peaka
at 1 the New lork ork dinner der and to have haO a talk talkrlth tk tkwih talkwith
a wih with rlth Oov Gv Douglas Dougl who has promised promisederge proml promisedto
to attend but who rport report ad said was OD the thoTrg theverge
verge Trg of backsliding backslidingTEVEtt bakldg bakldgNEVEI backslidingNEVER
Aulant Assistant Secretary ftral of State Ix Loomis > omli De Denlra DO DOnr DeWe >
nlra nr That 1at He 10 Acted Aete for Her HerBAN Jt JtBAN tierSAN I
BAN FRANCISCO F ANCIS March Mah 24 24Aaltant 24AaltantSret 24Assistant 24AssistantSecretary Aa Istant IstantSecretary
Sret Secretary of State Stt F R Loomis Lm l who arrived arrivedjere ahd ahdber arrivedhere
ber here jere yesterday yoatery took occasion OIOD to deny den with withmuch withmuch withmuch
much emphasis empbi tho reported repr assertions 8ron of ofhire o ofMrs
hire Ira Ella Ell Rawtos nwl Reader Rar that ahe had ha otr otrtamed ob obtained ob ¬
tamed Wod valuable T uabl concessions conCslon from the Santo SantoDomingo Sto StoDomingo SantoDomingo
Domingo Government OOrent and was to have havehecomn ha hac havebecome
become c fiscal flal agent agnt of the Government Governmenthat Go Governmentthat rnmnt rnmntthat
that hr her flltona negotiations wr were In hi his bands a athat and andthat
that he went wtnt to Santo Hnto Domingo in con coneotion connton consection
section with them themThe themThe themThe
nton The story isrldlulousandpreposterous isrldlulousandpreposterousMid Urldbulous I rlJulo and preposterous preposterousaid propteroUA propteroUAMi
aid Mr sto7 Loomls 00Ils I never fr knew knw new Mrs Mratender ll MrsReader
tender Mi lnor existed elt until I read rea her story llry in the thepors theppr thepapers
papers pors a few day ago Slo You cannot canot make makebe makedena makethe
ppr the be denial dena too strong strongI atronl atronlI
I never nvr stated stt that I knew kw Mr Ir Loomis LoomUrsonally Lm LmonIY Loomispersonally
personally Mid Mrs Reader Raer yesterday yesterdaywhat yesterdayand
onIY 11 tray trayand
and perhaps Mr Lmis Loomis nlr never har heard 0 0m oil oilme
me What what I did di NY say ay was WD I expect Mr MroomU MrLri MrLoomis
m Loomis Lri could coul et etptaln plain something emethlng pt of the theianto th theSanto
Santo to Domingo Dingo eirll DilltnghaniSancbex Dditngham Sancbex treaty treatytut treatyBut treatyBut
But tut I have hav never nwr made any attack whatever whateverm whate r ron
on m the Administration Admlnltrton mal or Mr r Roosevelt Roosevelto Rlt Rltto
to o whom who th I am very ry friendly frnly My only onlyiuetlon onlyquestion onlyq
question q Uon is I who advised ahll the t Administration Administrationo Admlnltralon
10 o as at art t MI 1 suddenly and to qjlcHy ryy ickly with Itb Prm Prmdert Pr Pn s I Iiciest
iciest Id m me t Morales an a regard rgarA his hi dealings talng With wih wihm withme I II I
I Sir Sr Oliver ou Idct Ld > Uses VaNi Ills Latest tm Dlieort DlieortIn Dlseoveryin
In DitpmtaiT DI Fog FogOfftitl Fp FpCa Fogsdprtfa
Offtitl COM Ca Ce i Dttytit l t to TH T Jas Just JustLONDON So So1VXMDON S
LONDON rD March Marh 3t 24lr 281r Bir Oliver Olvr Lodi Lodiprincipal Lodl Lodge Lodgeprincipal
principal priDpl of the University UnTrty of Blnnlnohai Blnnluhamthe Blnnlnohaitha Draba Drabathe
the well known kown electrical eltcl authority authot lee beelured leelured
lured tonight tlght on o what wht h he described dMrb M a i ipertinacioua apertinacious a aprnous
pertinacious prnous electrical elrc current currentStripped ot otStpp currentStrlpped
Stripped Stpp of technioalltlea tlte he said ael i icould It Itould Itcould
could ould be described db aa a persistent perstent curren currenwhich cnt cntwhch current currentwhich
which whch would overcome Ore great ct obstacle obstacleand obstaclesand
and go in I any Y direction drton regardless regle of what wbastood wbt wbtto whatstood
stood to In the way Ha le had hd bean bn looking lookD fo foauch for foraoch forsuch
such a current curnt sloe al1 1884 1M and had b on onrecently onlyrecently only onlyrnU
recently rnU encountered enuter it I He le had ha applied appliedit appllwit app1ed app1edIt
it successfully ar in his b prolonged prolong experi experiroenta exr upon uponmeat xfor
meat mt for dispersing drc fogs fogsHe topHe fogHo
He paid pd a tribute tribut to t Professors PrOr Crookeand Crooke Crookeand CM CMand
and Altken Atkn In 1 connection oUO with wit the th discovery discoveryCLOSE diacoreryCLOSE dry dryCLSE
Ceiling Celn Pan Falls Valon loon After Ater She le Leaves Je a noon noonIn RoomI fountIn
In I tier ler newpttead leptead Home HomeHEUHTKAD IlomelIKITUD homeHaavsraan
P Belmont Dlmont narrowly nawly escaped injury Iju ani aniperhapa and andprhp andperhaps
perhaps prhp death deth at her be country ep neat t Brock Brockholt Drockbolt Brockbolt
bolt near ner here yesterday yetery She had been beeireading bn bnrding beenreading
in her about twent twentfeet twenty twentyfat
reading rding library Ibra a room abut twety twetyteet
feet square eure on the second eeond floor foor of tinwhite thewhite the thehlte
white hlte colonial mansion malon and bad just gone goniout goneout goneout
out of the room rm when the heavy heav celllnt ceilingfell celllntfell ciig ciigfol
fellThis fol
This ceiling clln was Wi three inches ices thick with wltla witha
a massive mu centrepiece omple and beautifully beautifullymoulded buttuly buttulymoude beautifullymoulded
moulded moude cornice The Te cornice cornlo Is al althat al all allthat
that rmi remains Under Unde the maaa ml of debris dlbriion d debrison brls brlson
on the floor Soor the chandelier cadeler was W8 found totd benand ben bt btand bentand
and twisted twi The Te hardwood hrdwo chairs were wenindented wereIdente wereindented
indented Idente and an onyx o1 top of a table tble was waiI wassmashed
smashed smashedWOMAN
I smshe smsheIrOtr
Livery Lfl Man In Runabout Rabout Hurt lurl Day Do Eicap EicapWlUiout Escapee EscapeeWithout
Without ftou a Scratch lortoh lortohA HcratchA
A runabout rbout in I which wblc were William Wilam Mil Miller Mi 2111let
let lr 07 C pare yre old who has a livery lvry stable stableat atablat atabl
at 80S S Eighth Eghth avenue avnue and 0 his hl fiveyear fiveyearokl flvy
old ol grandson gan < n was as hit by an automobile automobUphaeton autombil automobilepbaeton
phaeton owned ow and a driven drvn by Mrs Mr Paul PauMcCormlok PaulMcnok PaulMcCormick
McCormick Mcnok of SIS West Ninetyfifth Nlnetytth street streetlate atreeUte trt
Ute 1 yesterday afternoon aferon on tb t the arose e drive drlvin driveIn
in Central Cental yery Park at Sixtyseventh 8lxty Siyvnth ev mtb street atreetThe at atThe streetThe
The runabout rbt was wa upset Uplt and badly b smaahetand smashed lmed lmedand smashedand
and Miller l11r and aD the boy by were thrown tbrow to the thiground tbocu theground
groundThe ground groundThe
cu The Te child cl escaped unhurt uu but Miller Millerhad Mlr Mlrbad Millerhad
had several svral riba rib rib rp broken bbn and an his h bead b badly badlybruised bad badbruised bly blybrui
brui bruised In IntheautomobilewlthMreMoOor IntheautomobilewlthMreMoOormlck the automobile autmobl with Mrs l McOor McOorralck Mo
ralck mck was her maid m Miller M refused rfu to t make makea
a complaint compli against apt Mr l McCormick McCormickBRIDE 1rk MCCorm1CkBRIDE J JBRIB
Daughter OanEbCr of Duke Due of f Connaognt CU Said lad t tHave to tolae tonave
Have lae Been De Cboten CbotenOfttUt Q tbotmali
ali 8 CaW cow DttftUh D to I b Ta 1 Thu Son SonLONDON S SoxIONDoN
LONDON LNN March M 2bThe 38 UT Th Madrid M com comipondent con e eapondent
ipondent of the Dally D Mail M aU soya say It U rellabl rellablstated r1ly r1lyated reliably reliablystated
ated stated that tba preliminary pre1 negotiations ngotlln forthe fo fothe for fort
the t marriage of Princess Pl Patricia Palw daughter daughUoftbDukqof daughterof dugtr dugtrotthaD
oftbDukqof otthaD of tbaDukq m of Connaught C ugt and a King KingAlfoni KingAlfonivera m Alfonso Alfonsovets
vera v onaallf fom1 opaned O open tTU Thursday Wall WellIhtc WallihforSpJ We
Ihtc ihforSpJ tb rm I courtfetfl Uf to wtll tie negoUtlona fllo art artalmoet are arealmost
almost certain to auooeed auooeedKICKED auooeedKICKED
am e su suKIOKD
Angry Anln Angrycrowd Crowd cwd Cause CaUe CaueArrest Arrest ArNt of Track Tt Walker WalkerDoe faker fakerDo WalkerDog
Doe Do Disappeared DisappearedJohn DiuppearedJohn nlaprt
John Twomoy ToIY ft 2 years a old a track trackwalker trackwalkr trackwalker ¬
walker walkr on the Third Ti avenue avonu elevated ole1ted rail railroad r railroad ¬
road rd was locked lock up last It night nigt In the East EastU Et Etn East126th
U 126th th street atrt station lttol on the charge cbag of cruelty crueltyto cly clyto
to animals A mongrel mongl dog got past pt the theticket th thi theticket
i ticket tcket chopper choppr at the t IJith l th street strt station stationand atatlonand stationand
and there tre was a a scramble amblo among the pas paseongers paaHongers p
Hongers Hngra and employees emplors on the platform platformto plattormt
to t corral cor the th animal animalThe a animalThe
The dog jumped juped down dow on the tracks tracksTwomey trob trobTwom1 tracksTwomey
Twomey Twom1 who was walking the trackspursued tracks trackspursued track
pursued purue it and It U I alleged allgedkokd kicked It from fromthe tromte fromthe
the te structure structu into the street atrt A big crowd crowdhad cwd cwdhd orowdhad
had hd collected colecd in the street etrt and the people peoplebecame popl peopleLeonine
became bc greatly grty angered angrod at Twomeya wors act actJohn ac actJohn
John Lyons Iona of 632 East Et 138th street 8trt caused causedPoliceman oud oudPolom causedPoliceman
Policeman Polom McDonald MoDnld to arrest ar TwomeyWhen Twomey TwomeyWhen Tome TomeWhen
When the cop went to look for the dog it itcould Itcould itcould
could not be found Some Sr of the th crowd crowdtold crowdtold crowdtold
told McDonald McnJ that tt a small sml boy had picked pickedit
it up when hen it landed ladd in I the t street att and ranoff ran ranoff ranof
off of with wtb itSHERRYS it itSHERRYS ItSHFlRYS
Senr Serves a 20 Dinner Dnrr for Four Fou Then M lockUp Locks LocksUp lcl
Up Jhe be SCcnt oet Host HostFour lot lotFour hostFour
Four very ry young mon in evening clotheswent clothes clotheswent clothesWont
went into Ito Sherrya Sra at 0 oclock lost lt nightand night nightand nightand
and ate at a dinner dir valued alu at 128 29 Throe Throewalked Thr Thrwalked Threewalked
walked out and an the t fourth admitted hU hUinability hlaIMbUty hisinability
inability IMbUty to pay payPoliceman payPoliceman
py pyPolcm
Policeman Polcm Tayor Tay or led him biO to l the East EastFiftyfirst Et EtFly FastFiftyfirst
Fiftyfirst Fly t street trt station atton where he said saidhe ed edhe saidhe
he was James JA Johnson Johnn IT 1 years ot old of ofNewark oteark ofNewark
Newark eark and that he had been bn living ITlng at atthe attbe atthe
the Waldorf The Te Waldorr Wador repudiates rpudte him htmJobnaona ht himJohnsons
Jobnaona Johnna pocket wealth weth consisted cnted oftwo of oftwo oftwo
two pawntlcketa pwtlcketa and two cents centaWAITING onta ontaATI centsWAITING
Huildtn luld Superintendent suprlntmdmt Ron Sn Expects ExpectsHim Es ExpectsIllm Pt a I
Him 11m nark ac From Fm Florida FDrlda Tomorrow TomorrowSome Tomorrw TomorrwSme TomorrowBorne
Some Sme friends trenda of Lasso Io A Hopper Hoppr Super Superintendent SUpr SUprIntedent Superintendent ¬
intendent Intedent of Buildings Bulldlng seemed med to think thinkyesterday thinketerY thinkyesterday
yesterday eterY that he might mght be back bck In I town towncomposing towncomping towncomposing
composing an essay ey on the relation relaton of offrozen offrozen
comping frozen trozn mortar to the safety elevator elevtor clutch clutchMr cutc clutchMr
Mr Hopper mor bas te been in i in Florida Forda while whilebuildings whie whiebuUdlgs whitebuildinggs
buildings buUdlgs 10ppr have been bn falling taiig down He Hehaa 10 10ba liehas
has ba been b called caled home by b Borough Drough Presi President Pr President ¬
dent Abeam AbeamMr AhearnMr
Mr Aem AemMr Hopper didnt didt appear at the Harlem HarlemDemocratic HarlemDofo HarlemDemocratlo
Dofo Democratic Club Cub or appr In i any ay of his hi other otherhaunts otherhunts otherhaunts
hunts haunts HU H home at 164 West Wet 122d streetwas street streetwas atrt atrtwa
was still closed closedThomas olo closedThomas
wa IIt1
Thomas Tom Hopper Hoppr the superintendents superintendentsson a rntendenta rntendentaMO
son said sid last lt night that he didnt didt expecttoeehia expect expectto
toeehia to seehU hla father tathe till t tomorrow tomorw No exp more morebuildings morebudg morebuildings
budg buildings fell tel yesterday yesterdayRISOffFOR yesterdayPRISON etry etrypnlSON
LeUN Letter tter Writer Wr1er Crawford Crwfor Coca Vp to Sing sinrRlnr ltnl ltnlR SingRing
Ring R for Six S Tear TearJohn TNn TNnJoh TarsJohn
John Joh R n Crawford Cwo who la l known kow as the thedead tbed thedead
dead d baby bb letter le writer te a beggar begg whooriginated who whoiriginated whoor
originated the scheme of getting
aetlng money moneyrom moneyfrom moneyfrom
or from rom rich rb folks toUa by writing Wt that tht Ma h baby babye bby bbywas babywarn
was de dead and b he h had no mo money with whc whicto
to bu bury It it W was aun aentenoed to six years In InBlng inSing
Sing tln Sing by Recorder R 0 Goff yesterday a ey i In InGeneral
Ooral General Sessions o Te The offenoe ofeo for whch whchhe wich wichbe
he e will spend d the bat b part of the th tb > next nxt nix nixeara sixears
t ao o lx lxe
ears e w in i jail a was wa passing p p abo a bogua bp bo > < ua check checkor ohek ohektor checkfor i
for or US USThe
torTe forThe The Te The LCharity Cnarity CaUy Organization Sodety ey has haslong haaong hulo
long lo ong been b trying OgUon to land l Crawford C there theret thtreI thereU
U I t cams cm out ot te yesterday y that t exJudg ox Judge Mar Marine Ma Martine ¬
ti tine ine U one oe of the t men m he b fooled tooJ eJue In 1891 1891udge lel lelJudge isDIJudge
Judge Martina Mie sent Crawford Qwor to jail Jal for foriroeny lorlny forlarceny
larceny lny iroeny When e s he came ce out he talkedJudge talked talkedudge tked tkedJudj
Judge Martine Marti into believing blovng that tt be had hadeformed hd hdrorme hadreformed
reformed Judj and the Judge Jug got him a job jobIt jobIt jobIt
rorme It wasnt wat long log before btore Crawford Cwor g bad h robbed robbediU robh robbedhis I
bb iU new employern0HT employer employersnoirr employ I IsnOR
CLETE1AtD CLETE1AtDPenmrltants I
TnntrlxtnU Railroad Ralr4 Ttirourh 1rurb ilrffnt lt nt ntf ra ranbarn
JIrhnl barn f vt r Sew s Vert f M era dour dilr at I 4 1St I 1 P U antvn arh nO Clnr Clnrland 1 > vr vrltd
ltd IId Air Ml A A U Ctlciio OMare Umltfd Jmt4 no n extra tUI rae fare are areAir
1 1
Gee flaknarorr laarr Minister nlte of f War far Likely Ulteiyto Lke
to ReUrelittle netlre netreLtUe Uttle Chance Canee of r Saving SavingHarbin SavingHarbta av
Harbin Ialn Unless tnlt Strong neenforoemeoti neenforoemeotiIt Rrmroreaetl RrmroreaetlRtadLnlt1to ReeaforoemeatsRaohUnlevltohNava
RaohUnlevltohNava It RtadLnlt1to each Unlertt en Naval a Loss Lt Rumoredlpedal Rumored Rumoredasrtal RDmore
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LONDOK INI Maroh 25The IS ST The Bt 81 Petersburg Petersburgcorrespondent Ptrabua Ptrabuacorpet Petersburgcorrespondent
correspondent corpet of the Ttltgrapk Tegdp declare declarethat do deolareethat
that tht despite the seemingly tmngly hopeless bopl out outlook out outlook ¬
look owing to the Czars Czra hitherto hiherto firm 1 ra raeolve resolve
solve 11 to t pera perfUt plbt at in the war peace p at last lt U UIn s toIn
In light alght The To correspondent corpondent adds at that thathe t thatbe
he b makes me this t statement lttment deliberately delbtl and andcategorically a andaategodoally
categorically a griolyand and not aa a a probable probbe in inferenoo I inferenoo
ferenoo tero from the to signs and ad tokens tokn obsery obseryable ob obeetyable
able during du the last lt for te days da He says aaysWhat saysWhat
What Wa has b happened hppen U 1 that tht his h Majesty Majestyhaa Mat Matb Majestybaa e
baa b boon bn convinced cvc much mu against aialnt his b willthat will willtliat wil
that a further fuhr continuation ctnuUn of the war w will willbe wl willbe
be h disastrous dtrou to Russia Rua financially 1ncly eco economically e eecnonnically ¬
nomically nomcly and politically pltcly He 10 U I there therefore thra thraforo therefore ¬
fore conditionally condUonUy willing wiing to dUoontlnua dUoontlnuait dcontnU
it 1 Conditionally Condtonly not absolutely absolutelyI ablutely
I am not nt at present prnt In a position plUon to toelucidate t toelucidate
elucidate elucdte the proximate proxmte cause cau of this th mad madden sudden Id Iddtn ¬
den change chang of view vew I can ca state how however howeer bowever
ever with wih certainty crtant that tlt the military mitar ad advisers advlser advisors ¬
visors vlser of the Czar Cr aro largely lrgly responsible responsiblefor rpomlble I Itor
for having hving heretofore neutralized neutrally neutralz d the theInfluence thelnuenc f finfluences
Influence lnuenc tending to peace Among Amonl the theother te teother theother
other advocate advoate of a struggle to the bitter bitterend biter biterend bitterend
end was Gen 01 Sakharoff kror Minister MIn8ter of War VVarwho Warwho Warwho
who probably probbly will wi now be b relieved lev d of his hiafunctions h hisfunctions
functions functionsStrenuous tunctona functionsStrenuous 1 1Srenuoull
Strenuous Srenuoull persevering prrFverlng And patriotic patrioticendeavor patrlotl patriotloendeavors
endeavor eDde or have hve been ben beenmade made since the Mukden Mukdencatastrophe Mukdet Mukdetcaturopho Mukdeacatastrophe
catastrophe caturopho to shake Ihakl the CKOTS C resolve rthe to tocontinue tocntnua tocontinue
continue cntnua the campaign and at last lt they theyhave the theyhave
have succeeded lucceede campg but an al already alred stated atate hU hUMajestyV hL hLaet hisMajestys
MajestyV aet wlllingne wllntn willingnsslseondltonal U Illond condlt lonal lonal Unless Unlessthe Unle Unlessthe
the terms tlrms are such That hat peace will 1 be b ob obviously ob obviously ¬ I Ivlolly
viously vlolly preferable plferahle to a continuation coniuatin of war warnegotiations 1 warnegotiations j jnegotatonll
negotiations negotatonll will wi be b worse wor than tln superfluous superfluousIn j
In the present nt emliryonlo em ronlo stag stage aupuu of the thenew th f fne bnew
new ne relation rlaton JrK between btwe the belligerents blirta U Uwould 1 1would i iwould
would bo b premature prematur to enumerate enumra the theconditions tbecdltoa theconditions
conditions cdltoa RuaIa Uua would accept acpt but It may maybe my myb maybe
be b affirmed positively polthly that tht while ahe la lawilling lawling lawilling
willing wling to draw drT far fa reaching raclnK and practical practicalconsequences prctic practicalooneogbenccs
consequences onlqenc from her defeat and embody embodythem embr embrthem J
them In the peace conditions conditone In the form formof tor formof
of territorial pace compensations comptons and ad poaslbraleo possibly pb1 possiblyalso
also selfdenying alden1ig stipulations tputonl Russia Ru will illon willon wil
on no account acut allow alow a war indemnity idemity to toform t toform
form any part prt of the arrangement arrangementThe ar mt mtT s t tThe
The T argument argent employed empl1ed to support supportthis appr apprth supportthis
this th negative negatvo proviso prvl Is I this The Te sum I of ofISOO000000
ISOO000000 which would probably con oonstltute constltute
1500 whih probbly c catlute
stltute atlute the war wa Indemnity Idmt would also al eni eniable e enable
able Russia RU to carry car on the struggle atrnl until untilJapan untUJap untilJapan
Japan Jap was completely comple exhausted exhUAted There Therefore The Thetore Therefore ¬
fore It would wod be more advantageous advntau to tospend toand tospend
spend and the money mone on ruining rg the enemy enemythan enem enemthn enemythan
than thn In I enriching enlb her h and enabling enblg her to toacquire t toacquire
acquire an enormous fleet fleetOn t tOn
que a eo fet fetOn
On the th other hand bd however howovr It may my be beargued b beargued
argued that In order to continue conUuo the t cam c cp oampaign f fpaign
paign age not mousy only but men are a neededand needed neededand
mne onl nee l ldisturbances
and a the mobilization mobllUon of these the may my cauQS cauQSdUturbanom c
disturbances d t throughout roou Russia Ru But Bt for forthis fo forthis
this objection the military officials are areprepared u areprepared
tobe mUt o
prepared and propose to despatch despt to the thefront te teft i ifront
front ft prep soldiers 81der now serving aerg In I Russia Ru of ofwhom ofwbom ofwhom
whom there ther are a quite qult enough for the pus puspose purpose pu pup ¬
pose and ad to mobilize mobl others eug to take te their theirplaces thei theirplaooe
places p plaO They Th believe be that U the mobiliza mobilization mobWz mobilsation ¬
tion lon takes tk place p1 on the understanding ud rtdg that thatthe thatthe tat tatthe
the men called cled to the colors olora will wi not be b a sent sentto nt ntto n nttho
ttho to the Far East Et no dissatisfaction dltbfacton will w be bedisplayed b bdisplayed
dlspl1e displayed displayedIt r t tIt
It I U l folt that another condition condito on onwhich O onwhich
which whlh the fructification trucUUol of Jhe he Czars Czs peace peaceful J peaceful ¬
ful mood mo U I understood underato to t depend U l the thacooperation th thoprton
cooperation oprton of England Egland America Americ France Franceand Fra Fraand Franceand f
and Germany Oory mora especially eplaly the two twoAngloSaxon twongloxon i itnglo
AngloSaxon tnglo Saxon Powers Powel aa a moderators moderatoi of the tbaJa tb tbJapane i iJapanese
Ja Japane Japanese > anese demand demnd Russia RUl on her part partwould pr j jwould
would make mke It quite quie clear that she was waaactuated 11 11acute j jactuated
actuated acute by a genuine gtnulno desire deire for peace peaceand p peaceand
and bad assimilated Wlmlate tho bitter bittr lessons lessonstaught lena lenataught lessonstaught
taught by tho war That Tat disposition diposton would wouldbe oult
be b manifested maUOtcd in the heavy hE7 sacrifices lr ahe ahewould ahewould shewould
would b t r ady ad to consent to In order orer to toend t toend
end the saugi alaug1 elaugat < r Refusal RfW to concur la latheso Inthe n nthese
these the conditions would doubtless doubteH relegate relegatepeace rle relegatepeace at
peace pc to the distant dltnt futura futuraThe futurThe futuraThe
The arespondent ooe OOepondent pondent admits admis that tht it U re regarded r rganlr ¬ j jganled
garded ganlr on unlikely unlkely that that Japan Jap will wi agree agreeto a
to tho conditions conditin and Accordingly dorgly Russia Russiawhenever Ru f fwhenever
whenever she formulates tormulat them will U prob probably prob rob robably ¬
ably bespeak bpak the approval of outsider outsiderand oute outsidersand
and tho sympathy empthT of all al peoples ppl who de deelra d do dosirs
sirs 61 the ending of the bloodshed bloodshedBut blosed blosedDut bloodshedBut
But tho Japanese JapanQ viewpoint vlwpolnt Is Intelligible IntelligibleA intelgibl
A peace pa concluded coocuded on tbo tbO those e term ten would wouldleavo wouldIavo t I Ileavo
leavo Japan Jap with ltb diminishing dlLblng credit crit critlg a alargo
largo lg war debt and the th necessity nflty for bor borrowing borrwig borrowing ¬ i II
rowing rwig again ag to raise r her navy nav to the requisite re requisite r ¬
quisite qu dto strength Itrength Russia ul keenly keenl aware awarethat awa awarethat
that supremacy supremy of the sea Iea U the key ke to the thelordahlp t thelordship
lordship lorlp of the Pacific Pacc would immediately Immsdiatelyerrata Immlly Immllyeate
errata eate an enormous enorou fleet fleetThU fot fotTl fleetThis
This Tl she could do with ease e for Franca Francaand FaO Francsand
and ad Germany Gery will wi advance aanc unlimited unUt sums sumsfor Su sumsfor
for warships ahlp on condition conditon that tht these the be bebuilt b 1 i ibuilt
built bit where the th money mone b raised ra and that thatprs the theproceeds theproceeds
proceeds prs of loans loas be left to pay py for themThat them themThat the
That Tat facility talty Is really rly the master fact ta of ofthe o ofthe
the situation enabling Russia to
altuatln enalig RU possess possessherself p possessherself
her8l herself In I a few years a of an overwhelming overwhelmingnaval oVrwbel
naval nval force torc with wll which Japan Jap cannot cot hope hopeto hop 4 4to
to compete competeThen compte o +
Then what w1It territorial concessions Japan Japanwrested Japanwrested
Ten trt r onoona Jap
wrested wrted from the enemy would be of no novalue noue novalue
value ue because becuse with the loss 10 of the commend com command om ommnd ¬
mend mnd of the sea e they the would woud all al disappear disappearOn dppr dpprOn
On the otter ot er hand a heavy heav indemnity indemnitywould IndomDty IndomDtywould indemnitywould
would enable Japan Japn to buy buyablp ships and main maintain m maintalc ¬ <
talc tan her preponderance at sea I without withoutwhich withoutwhich f fwhich
which she U l doomed doome to lose 10 all tho fruits trta of ofher otber ofher
her present prnt victories victoriesTbe vore victoriesThe
The Te St Petersburg Peterbrg correspondent orpondent of ofthe o othe
the Times says sYI that tht the delegation delegaton from fromMoscow trm trmIOcow fromMosoow
Moscow IOcow is hastening hteng back bck to that city ct to tooonvey t toconvey
convey conve to tbeZemstvo tbeZmtvo and municipal muicpl noun council oound ¬ t tdl
cil d the response rpou of M Boulygulne Dyglne Minister MinUterof Miister Miisterof
of the Interior Iterior to Its It reform refor representa representations rprpt repreeeptation ¬
tions which U understood undert to be satisfac satisfaotory satisfactory ¬
ton whle l satsrao satsraotory
tory It I Is the best bt opinion that ththe the Zemald ZemakiSober ZemaldSobor Zm
Sober Sbr will wl be b convoked oonvok very soonCALLS soon soonCALLS In InOALU
Pnr Prince Ino MescnUchereskl 1ltctorrukl Bays Sa Russia Does DoesNot no DoesNot
Not Deserve nwn Victory VictorySfHrtal VictoryyptraZ ttor1 ttor1SPc
SfHrtal SPc C CaMs N DttptHH DII t I te TBS T Sex SexST SO SowSr
ST PzmMBuao March Maoh 34 24Prince 24Prince2Ienahtacberaskl Prince Princeleoohtscberonki Pe
leoohtscberonki IPhthefk says IYI In I the Ordedoleia Ordedoleiatoday OraiAarf GrGhatr > Uit Uitoday
today todayKnowing odayKnowing
todayKowlnl Knowing Kowlnl that th It Is my m duty to oppose opposeven opJ opposeeven
len even ven those thO upon whom I look aa a tl tle the > a most mostacred mot motN moatsnored
snored representatives rprtnttM and loving patriot patriotro ptro patriotkm
N hm ro I call cl out ou loudly now that there ther la only onlyne oll ollone onlyone
one ne thing to rake rl up and nave 0 Russia RUI and andhat andthat andthat
that hat Is the Immediate Immedite conclusion cmclllon of peace p peaceno
10 no 10 matter mat r what wbt It may oo Ot OtTl cost costThe t tTh
The Th Tl Prince Princ declares dKlar that It Is I not no the thelapanenn theJapf theJapanese
Japanese Japf who wh tar h < > vanquished nnqulb the Russian Runalaairray n
army a but but we w onrnrives olrlhe have done doe It In Inhe I inthe
thl the he person pnn t of < f t rie t11 to officr O l the General Gntrl Staff StaffA B Staffof
eif A the miry Ar and navy In tho admlnUtra admlnUtraicn amttr
tn icn of our corrupt clpt olAclaU olcl and bjr the ta t la int f ft
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