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SINGAPORE AprU 8 GThere There were forty fortyfour fortyrour fortyfour
four Instead of fortyeven Russian ahlpi ahlpithat IIhlpsthat AhIpethat
that passed here yesterday yesterdaySome yeitordaySome MterdlySome
Some of the th most Important flghtlnivessels flghtlni tlghtinKTe88el1 flghtlngee1e
vessels of o Admiral Rojestvenskys fleet fleetincluding fleetincludlnl fleetccIudIng
including tho ho battleships Knlaz Suvarof Suvarofthe suarorrthe
the flagship Borodino Alexander II IIand IInnd IIand
and Orel with their complement o ocruisers or orcrulaere otcruisers
cruisers torpedo boat destroyers ant anttenders and andtenders andtenderi
tenders havo not arrived and their whero wheroa wheroabOuta whereaboutB
bouts a Is unknown unknownA
A French steamer arrived here today todayhaving todarhaving todayhaving
having on board a a Russian tailor who fel feloverboard fell fellonrboard felloverboard
overboard from the battleship Admiral AdmiralNakhlraoff AdmiralSlkhlmoa AdmiralNakhlmoI
Nakhlraoff lie was w picked up by th thptearner the thortecmer theteamerofTMaicca
ptearner teamerofTMaicca off Malacca after he had been In Inthe Inthe inthe
the water for twelve hours hoursTOKIO houreTOE houraToKIo
TOKIO TOE 10 April 9 DThe The report that a Rus Russian Ruselan Runelan ¬
elan fleet consisting of fortyone warships warshipscolliers w wrehipecolliere rshlp rshlpcolllere
colliers and a hospital ship baa been sighted sightedwwt Ilgh sightedesit ted tedt
wwt t of Singapore Straits Settlements Is laofficially Isot isoflicLilly
officially ot c1all confirmed confirmedNothing confirmedNothing confirmedNothixig
Nothing Is announced of the whereabout whereaboutof wh reaboutll reaboutllof
of Admiral Togo fleet fleetLONDON tleetLoNDON fleetLONDON
LONDON April Aprlll0The 10 10The The newspapers newepa 1II con continue contlnue continue ¬
tinue to epeeulate on the forthcoming forthcomingnaval forthcomlnltnava forthcomtnnvaI
naval nava engagement which Is not expected expectedto
to occur until the end of the week weekThe w weekThe k kThe
The St Petersburg correspondent of tho thoTthgraph thoTtlfgraph thoTelegrapts
Tthgraph says that sober calculating calculatingminds calculatingmlnda calculatingminds
minds among tho naval official do not notanticipate notantlclpato notanticipato
anticipate a decisive victory for the flue Russian nuslan flueeisn ¬
lan fleet fleetAll lleetAll fleetAll
All they expect is that Admiral Rojest Rojestvensky RoJeetfnlk flojeeteneky ¬
vensky fnlk will withstand the Japanese on onslaught on1ught onsaugbt ¬
slaught stubbornly and Buocessfully de destroying detrortng destraying ¬
straying or disabling sufficient of the theenemys thefnem11 theenemys
enemys chips to enable VlceAdmlral VlceAdmlralNlsbogatoffs VleeAdmlralNlebosatolf8 ViceAdmiralNtebogstoffs
Nlsbogatoffs contingent in conjunction conjunctionrltn
with rltn the last Russian squadron which whichwill whichwill I Iwill
will be despatched In June to turn the thescales theMJea thescaies
scales In the struggle for naval nanlsupremacy nanlsupremacyThe supremacy supremacyThe supremacyThe
The fame correspondent cays that the themilitary themlUtary themilitary
military committee has ot last reported reportedIts
Its conclusion that It would be a grave gravemistake grnemlatake graemistake
mistake to abandon the struggle before beforeu beforenufofJatreOvrcr be torn tornand
nufofJatreOvrcr u Ja resoyrcjsarp 119 manifestly wanllp I > exhausi exhausiand l au = tI tIand
and that Russia RU ela still has effective means meansof me meansof an II IIof
of continuing the war with the hopo of ofruch ofIUcb ofich
ruch success sue llll as will Influence the character characterof
of the peace conditions conditionsRumors condltlonllRumon conditionsRumors
Rumors aro rife that another meeting meetingof
of the committee will be held to consider considerthe considerthe considerthe
the situation of the land tandr forces rcu on account accountvjtch aecountlt1
1 lt1 Li1QQ1Jrazin Jlraln < < NfOrt rtpoJjom rtpoJjomvitch from O LfA1e LfA1evitch
vitch but the pommlttee committee has grounded groundedIts
Its It hopts bop 6n n Admlra Admiral Rojestvensky wbcM wbcMmen wboll8mm wboeenen
men and ships are believed to be in excel excellent excelIt11 excelkit ¬
lent It11 t condition conditionCritlcUm 00II conditionr1ticisms dllJon dllJonCrltlclam
CritlcUm of the fleet In St Petersburg Petersburgchiefly Ptttreburgcblellr Petersburgchiefly
chiefly lament th the variety In the types a of ofvessel orTutela ofTIMSII
vessel composing com oJng it the different rates ratesof ratuor ratesof
of speed and anet anc also > that the vessels Me l are over overmanned o overmanned r rmanDed ¬
manned and supplied to an extent that thatincreases thatIncreuee thatIncreases
increases their weight 10 per cent nt above aboveth abo abotbelr abovetheir
their th ir normal displacement while they theycarry theycvry theycarry
carry from rom 60 O to 0 per cent moro ocal ocalthan ccalthan ocalthan
than they the were constructed fcr fcrThe ferThe fcrThe
The St Petersburg correspondent of tho thoflatty tboDolIII thoDaily
flatty Mail tait saysthat says that the Admiralty still stillprofesses atlllPOf stillrofeeees
POf professes 1I8e1l to have received no Information Informationfrom informationfrom informationfrom
from Admiral Rojestvensky since he left leftMadagascar lertMadagucar leftMadagascar
Madagascar beyond what Is known in inLondon inLondon i I
London The officials declare that bo has hasgained Iallglned baageined
gained a strategical advantage by not notwaiting notwaiting notwaiting
waiting for the third squadron as be will willtake 11111take willtake
take the Japanese by surprise The main mainJapanese mainJapanelO mainJapanese
Japanese naval forces are believed to bo bonow bonow benow
now In northern Chlneee waters watersThe wateuThe watersThe
The Standard St Petersburg corre correspondent correapondent correspondeat ¬
spondent says that Admiral Rojestvenskys Rojestvenskysundisturbed RoJeetvel1llcyIundisturbed Rojestvenskyaundisturbed
undisturbed passage of the Strait of Ma Malacca 1 Malaces > 1a 1alacca ¬
lacca Is almost welcomed as an augury of ofsuccess ofIIUooeea ofsucoess
success The Th Russian Imagination Is be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning to be stirred The people are evi evidently e1dently evidently ¬
dently pleased plea od by the spirit shown by the thenavy thenny thenavy
navy at this eleventh hour Many Man hope hopethat bopethat hopethat
that the thechance chances of fwar war will w1l1flor favor the fleet fleetOther tloetOtber fleetOthers
Other are proud of Admiral Rojostven Rojostvenskys RoJostenIlk Rojestvenskyi
skys Ilk effort believing that an unsuccess unsuccessful ¬
ful btttle will be more honorable than thanlurking thmnlurklnr thanlurking
lurking under shore batteries batteriesEverybody batterlNEverrbody batteriesEverybody
Everybody is Impressed with the Idea Ideathat Ideathat Ideathat
that the question of peace or war baa been beentransferred beentransferred I
transferred from TsarskoeSelo to Far FarEastern FarEutem FarEastern
Eastern watere A decisive success at sea seawould seawould fa faould
would ould Immediately change the face of the thewar thefar thewar
war but the loss of the fleet would ould un undoubtedly undoubtedly undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly be followed by an overwhelming overwhelmingloslstence overwhelminginsistence
insistence upon peace peaceA I
A despatch to the rime from St Peters Petersburg Pe Petersburg f1I f1Iburg ¬
burg says the appearance of Admiral Rdjenl Rdjenlvenakys RbJlI4ttnakya
4 venakys fleet off Singapore caused Intense IntenseHitpriAe JnteMIIIoUlpme intenseuuprise
HitpriAe Every one Including naval cir circles elreIPII cirdes ¬
des was convinced that the fleet would wouMreturn wouldc I Ireturn
c return without Sighing Even the Admir Admiralty Admlralty Admiralty ¬
alty was kept In the dark and It has there therefore tberefore therefore ¬
fore been deferring d rerrlnl orders for ship building buildingNaval buildingNval buildingNaval
Naval experts consider that the fleet must mustproceed mUlt1roCeoed mustproceed
proceed forthwith for Vladivostok as any anystoppage anytoppap anystoppage
stoppage even within territorial waters waterswill watersIII watersidlI
will III greatly groat1lnolW Increase the danger of a torpedo torpedoattack torpedoattack torpedoattack
attack attackThis attackTh attackThis
This Th oorrwpondort o pondort thinks Admiral Togo Togoprobably Togoprobably Togoprobably
probably will not choose to give Ive battle battleuntil battleuntil battleuntil
until the fleet eet U 1 near the coast of Japan JapanA
A great engagement U therefore not likely likelyfor likelyror likelyfor
for three weeks weeksThe weekaTh weeksTb
The Th correspondent add that hn loams loamson
on good authority authorit that Gen ZJnlevitch ZJnlevitchU
U sanding Mndln several divisions of troops to toVladivostok toad1Otok toSiadjvoatok
Vladivostok In view TI tie W of the expected siege eiegoof l1eoor I
of that port portRewrrUU portReten1ata portReservists I
Reservists in SU Bt Petersburg Peter burr fearing fearingmobUlratlon ferlnsmobUlUon feungmobtlIration
mobUlratlon are applying forservice In Inthe Intbe inthe
the Red Cross CroasHOMO CI08I1I0000 CrossIIOto
HOMO Koxo April P DIt It is learned on ongood onauthorlt7 ongood
good authority that the Russian warship warshipthat warablplthat warshipithat
that passed Singapore 8lnJ pore yesterday are male making niaklag ¬
lag for SiJgon BaJg 1lOn a French Cochin China where wherethey wherethey bere bereth
they th will remain several days M 1 Beau Beauthe Beauthe Beau1the
the Governor General of Cochin China Chinadelayed ChInadelayed Chinadelayed
delayed hi his departure for France await awaiting awaitlug ¬
lug the arrival of the fleet fleetNothing fteetNothln neetNothing
Nothing Nothln 1 ia known here concerning tho thomovements thoroOnmottta theOYemeta
movements of tho ho Japanese fleet
ii iirnt
Ills III Frtrndi Also ho Bay 8a sy lie necllnett to D DSecretory De DeSeretAI Bercrelary
Secretory SeretAI rcrelary of the Treasury TreasuryPnTBDuno TrruUJ TrruUJPm8Duna TreasuryPrrrenuno
PnTBDuno April OTho announcement announeemenwas announcementWle
was made hero today by those clow t to toI
u C Frick that ho has dedded to enter enternational enternational nte ntenational
I national politics poltti not laterthan 1908 and that thahe
he will enter the field from Now York In Instead Inetead Instead
stead of from Pennsylvania Penneyl Pennsylvaniawhere Inla where ho mode modihis modebls madehie
his many man million millionMr rnI1l1onaMr millionsMr
Mr Fricks friends nay that he refu refused refusedthe < c cthe < < 1 1the
the position ptJ ltlon of Secretary 8ecrctal of tho Treasury Treasurtendered
tendered him by Mr Ir Roosevelt after th thlast the theI <
I last election The PilEs vrfl wr Leader which whlcla whichIs
Is a closer to Mr tick than any other PiUs Pittsburg Pittaburg PiUsburg
burg pape today run an article whIch whlclmlslit whIchInlht whichmight
might hava been Inspired After announo announoIn announcIng
In Ing that Mr Frick Is booked to enter national nationspolitics nationalpolitics nationalitcs
politics itcs from New York the Leader says saysWhilo 1111 1111WhIlo saysShhlo
Whilo It Is known to only a few of his hlij hisI hisintimato
j Intimate friends yet It Is I a fact that Mr MrFrick MrFrick MrFrick
Frick had strong pressure brought to bear beaiI bearon
I on him to take the portfolio of tho Trewi Trewiury TreMUr
ury Ur U In the Cabinet of President Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand ooIeveltand
and among those who wore most Insistentthat Insistent Inslltentlhat insistentthat
that ho should accept was the Pwldenl Pwldenlhimself Prtllldenthlmaelf Presidenthimself
himself Roosevelt IIooII elt and Frick have long
been dose personal friends and Mr Frick Friclwas FrickWII8 Frickwas
was one of tho most effective supporter supporterMr aupportellilr
Mr Roosevelt had In the last campaign campaignKnox campaJlnKnox campaignHnox
Knox the friend of Friok left the Cabi Cabinet Cablnct Cabinet ¬
net to go to the Senate and Frick got a apressing a aprc apressing
pressing prc < l5lng Invitation to enter it as Secretary Secretaryof
of the Treasury Treuur at the beginning of the thePresidents theProsldents thePresidents
Presidents new term lie declined and andoven andoen andoven
oven after his declination he was urged to totake totake totake
take the place but the time had not come comefor comeror comefor
for him to go openly Into national politics politicsor
or statecraft But now that he Intends Intendsto
to spend a good deal of his time In New NewYork NevYork NewYork
York he h will probably play a larger part partIn partIn partIn
In the affairs of the nation nationRiRdLARix nationnnLUlI nationIJfRGL4ItIX
RiRdLARix nnLUlI nn wARitEXS worst worstIlls IlOnmIII
Ills III naught Julhtera fr Alone hut They Ttlp Mummon Hiimmclltlp MummonHelp Mummonhelp
Help In Three Ways WaysWhile lapWhile a aWhile
While the three daughters of Dr Alton AltoG AltonO
G Warren of 1 11 > Schermerhora street streetI 5trectDrooklyn streetBrooklyn
I Brooklyn were sitting in a room on the thethird thethird thethird
third floor last night about 730 oclock oclockthey oclockthey oclockthey
they heard the footsteps of a man In the theroom theroom theroom
room below Knowing that the lower lowerpart lowerpart lowerpart
part of the house should be e unoccupied unoccupiedbecause unoccupiedbecaUII unoccupiedbecatise
because of the absence of the servants servantsj eervantland servantsand
j and the doctor and his wife the girls gtr im immediately Immediately Immediately ¬
mediately came c me to the conclusion that a aburglar aburglar aburglar
burglar was In the house and turned In an analarm anlalarm anmmmi
lalarm alarm to the American District DIstri Tele TeleK
g aph office Then the oldest of the thethree thetbree thethree
three a young woman of IS 1 run to tothe totbe tothe
the telephone and called up the police policeXext policeext policeext
Xext ext she opened a window and called for forhelp forholp forhelp
help The police and the print watch watchman watchman wUchman ¬
man from the American District company companyarrived companyarJ companyarrived
arrived arJ ed at the house about the same time timeand tlmoand timeand
and a search for the burglar was w at once oncebegun oncegun oncebegun
begun begunK gun gun1Iwa
I K 1Iwa WM clean ckt1tfliom OjQl t1 ho < man had entered enteredtho ent enteredtho rod rodtho
tho house from the basement the door doorof doorof doorof
of which had been forced open Detec Defective Detectlvo Detectire ¬
tire Mahon of the Adams street station stationmads stationmade taUonmadl
made a careful Investigation but no trace traceof truooof traceof
of the Intruder could be found The girls girlscould lirlscould girlscould
could not find that anything had been beenbloltn beenbtol beenstoIn
bloltn btol n although they tb y were not sure that thatall tbatall thatall
all tho doctor surgical instruments were wcrotaUpjace wereInpace ro roIn
In taUpjace Jllaeel thodoor JbuLooroUtl pfjhe ca caAebslaapc caAebslaapcwben MQa MQawf aubejaffvQpea aubejaffvQpeawhen
when wf i1 the police poU O entered entcrodthe the office officeMARRIED oftlooVnm1D omenV4DflIED
MARRIED iroVKv RARRED RARREDSlay nt1lnFnlIa ntniwnMay
Slay lIa Join Thin Mining jllJn ln Society but Cant Cant8lng CntIlnl CantSing
Sing With lIh the Unmarried Women WomenMarried WomenMarried onlm onlmMarried
Married women are to be barred from the thowomens tbowomPOs thewomens
womens chorus of the Deutscher Lieder LlederkranzPho LIederkranzPhoenix I
kranzPho kranzPhoenb nix Maennerchor of Williams Williamsburg WInlamlburg Wifliarnsburg
burg This Thlsu was decided upon at a meeting meetinglost meetingIMt meetinglast
lost evening in a hall at Broadway and andArion andArlon andAnon
Anon place Some time ago members membersof memberof
of the mile chorus who are married made madea mada
a proposition that their wives or other othermarried olhlrm1rrlerl othermrried
married women ba permitted to join the theworneas thewone111 thewomeis
worneas otorus The young women Im Immediately 1mrnoJlately imrnoiiately ¬
mediately raised a protest and declared declaredthat declardtllat declaredthat
that under no circumstances would they theypermit the theprmlt theypermit
permit married women wom n to Join as 1 singers singersThey IIlnKelllTbey singersThey
They did not object to married women womenjoining womenJoining womenjoining
joining as a passive members but under no nocircumstance nocircumstanCes
circumstance as active members membersAt mlmberIot
At a recent meeting the unmarried women womenrepeated womenrelnatod womenrepated
repeated their declaration that they would wouldrather wouldrather I Irathcr
rather disband db the society siety and reorgan reorganize rorgan rorganIn reorganlas ¬
las under their ther own management mlgement than thanhave thanhue thanhave
have married women sing with them 1 The Thematter he hematter hemater
matter mater was wa left let over for decision deiion at a meet meeting meet meetlog ¬
ing which began bgan yesterday yotry afternoon aternoon and andlasted andlut andlasted
lasted lut far ftr Into tho evening eenni When It I was wasput WII8put wasput
put to a vote vot the th unmarried ured women won wonby wonby wonby
by a large larg majority mority Screams Screms of delight delighton de1ght de1ghton
of the greeted greetedthe greetedthe
on the part pa young oung women grt
the result resultPICKPOCKETS rlult rlultPICKOCKETS resultPICKPOCKETS
After Afer Slugging Slur nl the he Man Ia They Tp Robbed nohlpd on ont onGtrcpt ona
t > Street Car CarJohn IarJohn r rJohn
John Kllllan Kllan a grocer gr who lives Ivee at 327th 327thstreet mthItlt 7th 7thstreet I
Itlt street and White Whit Plains PJI road rOd in The Bronx Bronxwas Brn Brnwugcttngotr Bronxwasgettingoff
off southbound Mount Vernon Vernonavenue Vernonavenue
was wugcttngotr wasgettingoff getting a luthbund Yeron I
avenue car cr at Olln Oln avenue In The Bronx Bronxlast Brnx Brnxlt Bronxlast
last lt night when whe two men standing ltandng on the therear therear I Irear
rear platform platror took a roll rll of bills biL contain containing containing containIng ¬
ing 110 100 out of his bi hip pocket pket Kllllan Kllllanmade K1ian K1ianmade Ktllianmade i
made a grab for the men They Th y fought foughtback roushtbk foughtback
bk back at him and fnd one hit him with some someweapon someweapon re rewMpon
weapon that laid lad open hit hi scalp scalpTho lalp lalpTo scalpThe
The To two pickpockets Illokpketll ran down Olin Olinavenue Olinannue Olinavenue
avenue Kllllan Kilan and other passengers passengerswent pnre pnrewent passengerswent i
went after ater them thor The Te thieves tble1 had a good poodlead goodlead o
lead Ild and ad when they reached reacbe the e Bronx BronxRiver BronxIver BronxRiver
Iver River they swam to the other shore ehor which whichIs
Is Bronx Park and ad disappeared dlppar In the thetlarkne thetnrkneas I
tlarkne tlarkneAll arkn arknAl
< All The Bronx Drnx cops were looking loking last lastnight lastnight I Inight
night Al for two men me cOp with wih wet clothing clothingUPSET clothingtISET hnr hnrlIiFT
I Ione
one or Fox FoJ Foxs Guests Gnr Couldnt Swim tlm but batHe butfir I
He le Went In I Too TooThomas TooTboml TooThomas I
Thomas Tboml Fox of 187 Wet Wt Sixtythird Sixtythirdstreet Sltythlrd Sixtythirdstreet I Iatret
IS I 8 foot catboat and yester yesterday yesterday ¬
atret street owns 00 an I fot catbat yeter yeterdy
dy day afternoon atron be Invited Invted four fou of his iia friends friendsfor frlendafor friendfor
for a sail IU on th Harlem Hle River He took tk tkwith tookwith j jwith
with him Louis Dee n rears old of 789 7 70aNinth i I
hm Lulll D 2 r
Ninth a avenue HnryCllhtonJ HenryCreighton1Oyearsold HenryCreighton1Oyearsoldof to yereold yereoldof
of O Ninth avenue Cale Charles Nugan NuganIi 5aumgarten
1 Ii years oldof old of 237 7 Wcet Vct Thirtysixth Thlrrxth street streetand Itrt Itrtand streetana
and re John OLearr OLeary 19 years ye old of 730 730ILeary 7 730Ninth
ILeary Ninth uenue avenue Al Al coUd could swim wr ecept eceptOLry except exceptOLeary
OLry In coming out of Little Utte Hell Hel Gate Oae off off17th ot oft117th
17th cmnr street near the New York shore the theb theat I Ioat
U71 oat at struck ark tt an n eddy edd and began Ka to swirl ewr in tna Ina i icircle
b a circle cile Fox seeing llng that his hl boat bat would wouldun wouldrun I Irn
rn run un Into In mb a barge brge ana a be wrecked ke Invited Invite invitedhis j jUl
his friend to tip he her and IYO save tte tue bat batA beat beatAU
Ul were waling Wln tp except exoeptOLeAlT to OLearr He final tlr finaily finailyagreed y yagreed I
A agr agreed when wh n fe the others ot era stbe said they wpuld wpuldlook w wpuldlook ulC
look lok out for him himThey hi himThey
They The Uppod the boat bt and the five 0 young youngmen youngmen unl
men went wet UpD overboard Four of them themfoundered tbo themfloundered
mn foundered about abut oerba In the water w while 0 OL OLheld OLeary OLearyheld Learr Learreld
held nundfr > eld on to the upturned I ptu boat bt They had haden h hadbeen
been en in the water but a few minutes mlut when whene whente whenthe
bn the e Randall Jd Island lea boat ot Robert Rbr Wlckhjm Wlckhjmove Wlekl Wlckbam Wlckbamhove
te hoe ove In sight Isb and Capt Cpt Herbert Horbr made ma for forJ forthe forthe
the J e mn in th ths > waur waurHerbert watr watrHerb wattrHerbert
Herbert and his crew rescued red the five nrtid tn tnand fiveand
Herb hi cw
and id getting letUI a line on the overturned catboat catboatwed cbat cbattowe ctboattowed
In oYeu
towed wed It to the foot tot of 131d street 1t where wher the thed thela theharbor
towe harbor r Police te have a 12 station l4ton TI Thsre Fox Foxad Foxand
and la d his companions Polee were landed lned None of ofhe ortha ofthe
ad the he five opnln young Unl men aen needed th the attention atcntlon of ofan ofan ofan
Ole1 cshlel an ambulance ablan surgeon Ion n although altOugb one on on wu wuOle1 wUcshlel
Makes lake a Dcuprrale De lntt Fight FI lt With n1tl an Iron Irn Ha HaExposes Bar nlrFpr BarExposes
Exposes Fpr Ills n head Jfd and Trill Tttl Keeperto Keeper Keepersto
to Shoot l ShootThey They Shoot and II le Be Pick Picktrp rck rckl Pickstp
trp l the Bullets nulet and Pane Pll Theta ThP Dirk DarhPATEMOX DirkPATMON flickPATEMON
PATEMOX PATMON N J 1 April t Drthur Arthur Lostez Lostezthe Lter Lterthe Lasterthe
the young mulatto muato murderer who U I eon sentonced scntor eontonced
tonced tor to be b hanged bagt next nox Friday Fdy lor or th thklling the thekllng theIdling
Idling kllng of Max Wolljnborg Wolnbrg a Main stroc strocmerchant itretmerchant trt trtmerohant
merchant shot two death d0tb watch keeper keeperI kepll kepllI
I in an 1 effort elort to escape ocre tonight tonlght and before beforj beforebeing
j being subdued IUlue kept tho jail Jai In a stato stto o opanic of ofI ofpanic
panic nlo for threequarters tbruartcre of an a hour hourJamM hourJamO hourJames
I James JamO Button Buttn ono of the keepers kepl wai waishot WMshot wushot
shot over the left eye 00 and twloo in th thbreast the theb thebreast
breast b t Ho 10 was removed rmond to St Joseph JosephHospital Josephshospital
I Hospital UOplll where It was W3 given out lato to tonight tongh tonight
night ngh that the wounds worn weo not dangerous dangerousJames dangrous dangrousJaea dangerousJames
James Jaea Crooks Crook the other keeper keepr was waishot wasshot
shot Ihot in thefleshy theleehy part prt of the th arm Lnatei Lnateiwas Lasterwas
was 1 finally fnly overpowered overpower by b Reserve Refe Officer OfficerWilliam Oftlcrs OftlcrsWii OfficersWilliam
William Wii Parry Par and James Jlts Miller Mlfr but noi noiuntil not notIntll notuntil
until Intll he and they thy had exchanged several severalshots flral flralehot severalshots
shots Tho attempt atept to escape etp took tk plow plowshortly placeshortly
shortly after ter 9 4oclock oclock ocok about one hour houiafter hourafter hourafter
after the night death watch had btd taken takertheir takentheir takentheir
their places plaoe The two keepers keeprs are Ir Ircharge In Incharge Incharge
charge of Laster Ltr and Miller 1 er tire latter lator also alsca al80a alsoa
a a murderer who U I to be hanged next nexton nexton nexton
on Friday FridayKeeper FridayKepr FridayCcepcr
Keeper Kepr Button Suttn was reading a 1 paper Ppr and andtalking andtalking andtalking
talking through thrulh the bars br to Miller Mier who was waimaking wasmaking a8 a8making
making preparation prpraton to go to bed b Lastei Lasteiasked wtr wtrked Lasterasked
asked ked Keeper Kepr Crooks Crk to take tak him to the thecloset thocloet thecloset
closet cloet and hs accordingly acrdingy unlocked unloked the theyoung th thyoung theyoung
young mulattos coil coi door and turned ture to talead toled tolead
lead led tho way unsuspectingly ullUpectingly as Loater up upto upI upto
I to t this thl time tme had hd proved pro a model prisoner prisonerand prisner prisnerand prisonerand
and acted aot as though he were wer submitting submittingto aubmlUng aubmlUngto
to tho Inevitable inovitabloCrooks I ICrk
1 Crooks Crk had not gone gno five 110 feet before broro he heheard heheard
heard Sutton yell yel He le turned turne and raw rawLastor rnww rawLaster I
Lastor w r striking his hi fellow felow keeper kepr over the thehead tbehC thehead
head hC < d with wlh a bar br wrapped in a cloth Sut Sutton Sutton I Iton
ton was dazed daz but wrpp managed manase to rise rl and anddraw anddrw anddraw
draw drw his revolver Laster Llter nclwd liw him himabout himabout I Iabut
about abut tho waist walt forced for him hi Into his cell celland cl celland
and struck Itrok him hi over tho arm an knocking kooking tho thorevolver thoroher thorevolver
revolver roher from his hand handTho handThe handThe
The negro grabbed him and shot him himover himoer himover
over the right eye and then ten shot Keeper KeeperCrooks KeeperCook KeeperCrooks
Crooks Cook in the right arm ar as A he came cao through throughtho
tho cell cel door disabling dlbllnC his pistol pltol arm armButton ar armSutton
Button Suton was 1 shot twice In the te breast brett be before before before ¬
fore he and Crooks Crook managed mnge to get away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from the negro negroBy negroBy negroBy
By this tis time tie the jail Jai was wal in I an uproar uproarSheriff upror uproarSheriff I ISertrr I
Sheriff Sertrr Bergen Brgen who lives Iv6 In Io the jail Jai was wasnot WMI WMnot wasnot
not at home bore and tho police polce reserves rere were weresent weresent weresent
sent for forVhen forrvhen Vhen the te reserves rOr arrived arrhe Laster Lasterwas LBter Lasterwas I
was Wn loose 10Je in his hi cell ccl with that tt and an the part partof rrt rrtor partof
of the corridor previously previouly occupied oupie by bythe bythe
the death deth watch wath at his hl command commandThe commmdTbe commandThe
The reserves relre went to the end ed of the thelockl locked lockedcorridor lockedcorridor I
corridor and tried tre to t conciliate conclte the mur murderer murderer unitderer ¬
derer To all I overtures overtU to surrender uender he hesaid helid heeaid
said saidLet lid lidLt Let Lt Sheriff Sberll Bergen Brgen come I wont touchhim touch toucl toucKhim
him bm Ill Il be b kind to him But the first firstpoliceman firstpoliceman t tpolcan
policeman polcan to come through that dooj doo Ill IlljRheotJilmJlke Il illkoothimIiiia
jRheotJilmJlke oUwnJk do doThen doen dQg dQgThen
Then en lie began b6an fo o taunt tunt Officer Olr Perry Perryand Pef Peryand
and ad his fellow felow officers oMcn They Te They had Cdabt Cdabttwenty aboiit aboiittwenty abotiltwenty
twenty feet ret to g6 gl before bor they reached reachedtho racbo reachedtho
tho murderers rrerer coil cel and ho still UI had two twoshots twobote twoshote
shots bote in the revolver He nI stuck stlok Iris hl head headthrough betd headthrough
through his cell oel door twice and shouted shoutedTake shote shoutedTake
Take a shot Ihot The Te police plic plugged plugje twice twicelicking twicePicking
licking up the bullets blet that flattened natteno against againstthe aganst againstthe
the wall wal he threw thrw them along the thl corridor corridorand crridor corridorand
and sold wi derisively There Ther they are a I Idont Idont Idont
dont want them themPerry themPerry theniPerry
Perry at last made a dash dh Laeter Lte shot shotbut ebotbut shotbut
but missed mleJ and Perry grappled gtppled with wih him himHe hunle himHe
He le pounded the negro neyo upon upn the head hed with withhi withhi withhis
hi his revolver and with wih tho aid of Officers OfBcoraMiller Omrrs OmrrsIUer OfficersMiller
Miller IUer and OBrien soon son had him hi beaten beatenInto tatfn tatfnIto beatenInto
Into Ito subjection lubJeclon Ho 10 was a found to bo b badly badlybattered bad badlybattered II
battered btere up and Ind lit I now under the doctors doctorscare doctorcre doctorscare
care cre but will wl survive lurvhe for the banging hangingFriday bangingFriday
Friday FridayUpon Fid FridayUpon I
Upon Cpn Investigation Inlstgaton of Lasters LtrlI cell llter llterward after afterward afterward ¬ I
ward it I was found that the bar which whih ho housed housed 1
used usd on Keeper Keper Sutton hid been on made madefrom madefrom
from three thr Iron braces brtc that had been hn re removed remoed removed ¬ I
moved from frm his hi cot ct Wrapped Wrappd with part portof partof I Ior
of the bed bd clothing cothing tho braces brace made a pow powerful powerul powerful ¬
erful erul weapon weaponLastera weaponLatere weaponLasters
Lastera Latere counsel counSl Ward 4 McGlnness McGlnnesscould Mclnnel McGlnnesscould
could culd assign sign no reason ren except Insanity Ilnity for forLasters I ILuter ILasters
Lasters attempt attmpt at escape tCp They Tey were to toplead t toplead I Iplead
plead for him tomorrow to morrow before bfore the Court Courtof Cour Courtof
of Pardons Paron at Trenton TrentonLo TrentonLQter TrentonLaster
Lo LQter Laster ter went Into Ito Wollenbergs Wolenbrga store on onJune onJune onJune
June SO 3 last and attempted atempted to overawe the theproprietor theproprietor theproprietor
proprietor by pointing poltllt a pistol pltl at him himWollenberg bl bErnWolhenberg
Wollenberg Wolenbrg followed folowed the negro to the street streetand ttret ttretand streetand
and called cled for the police polco Ijutcr ltc shot shothim eliothim I
him In the breast and In the chase chM through throughthe throughthe I
the principal pricipl street t tf that followed folowe shot an onIceman anIoan anIceman
Iceman Ioan in the jaw He Ie was captured at ata tt tta ata
a farmers faers house hOUe In Prenknoss Prekne where ho hohad liehad I Ihad
had asked for a I job j His 11 friends frlend In New Newark Newark ¬ I Iark
ark gave him hi financial fnancial assistance AIcnee at his histrial hi hiIrish I Itri
trial trialTOHM IrishSTOILII
tri I
TOHM STOR OF 0 ASHES Ff IX I THE T II F PlXJAH PlXJAHlellrf PwInDelltf PtVJ 471 471Belief
Belief That New Sf Volcano ulrao its 1 Appeared AppearedIn AplnrP
In Central Cmtrt Asia AsiaSptttol AsIcp
Sptttol p t d4t CaW CI Dtiptlth nllII It I a TBI Ti sun sunCALCUTTA Stl SurCALCUTTA I
CALCUTTA CALTA April Apri B ONo No news nwa about tho thorthquako theearthquake I Iertquko
earthquake ertquko from the te region I north nort of Cash Canhere CM Cashmore
has len received but two
mere ere Irn rolve days daysefore daysbfore laysbefore
before the shock was WI felt In India Inia It was waseported WI weereported
reported reort from the Punjab Pnjab that Iblt storm stormtad ltorml stormshad
tad Ila occurred orre there tlero bearing dust and ashes ashesThis Ibes ashesThis I
This Thl lends color olr to the te view Ie that tat a avolcanohas nw nwoloanohas w wvolcno
oloanohas volcno huappet appeared somewhere rmewbere In Central Centraltola Cfntal Cfntalia CntraIAils
Ails tolaLAIIOBI ia I
LAIIOBI Lmola April 0 DA A native nalve barrister brrister of ofCharms ofDbarms ofDharmca
Charms Dbarms a who Is I a refugee reluge here say sayhat l saysthat i itbat
that hat the whole place plac collapsed colapse almost In Inttantaneously Inttantowly instantaneoualy
ttantaneously ttantowly Tho dead when they were wereecovered wererever wereycovered
ecovered rever were buried bue or cremated cmat near nearheir ner nertbelr neartheir
heir homes home The woodwork of their houses housesraa bou8 houseswas
was used p for funeral funra pyre pyreLONDON pyr pyreLthtDoN
LONDON LNDN April Api e OT 0The The India Id Office OMc has hasitued hll hasIssued i
Issued lud a a list lit of twentyone twntne Europeans Epa who whore whoere i iera
era re killed kld and Ud six who wh were wrs injured ijud se sejously B serously I IrUly
jously rUly in the th earthquake earthQuke making mlg the tb list listf listof
or f whites whta known kow to be b killed kld thirtyseven thirtysevenekgrams thirtysevenTelegrams I
Telegrams TellaJ from various rlul places plcll in India IndiandlcaU I IIndicI IIndicst
ndlcaU IndicI that tht the th extent elent of o the th disaster disastereems dbtr dbtrIem disastersterns
sterns Iem to continually cntnUAly grow 1 greater e a tr but buthey butnot butthey
hey do not add to the t details dtall already aledy alreadyknown j jtnown
= known knownThe tnown tnownThe
The Simla SI correspondent corepndent of the Dotty DottyJail Dolll Doilylied I
Jail Mal says lye that tt the immense Imte area affected affectediy deted detedb affectedby
b by the earthquake still quivers almost
iy CrthQUke lUl alOt con conInuously conItuuy cont1nuoia1y
Inuously tuuy He 10 adds ad that as I he h writes wrlt the theoom tber theroom
room r vibrates Tbrte ill slightly lhtl htly but but Incessantly Incessantlyelegraphlo 1enty 1entyTeleapbl incessantlyTelegraphic
Telegraphic Teleapbl communication cmuiation with wlt Dharm Dharmala Dhlrm Dhlrmlt Dharmsam
lt sam ala was w only reestablished r tabllhe on Saturday Saturdaynd Sturdar Sturdarand saturdayand
and nd it will wi be a long time U tim before beoro aU the theletalls tedetails
details detall of the catastrophe cttrophe are ae known knownont knonIrclr knownSrtAtaM I
Irclr SrtAtaM l ipod but cOm 1 br bresttut r1 to foods hare hnerOOt hareLone
rOOt ont uaoc aDe HBrtiroa 1lltn 11 tin rl u twrotrnr ltlln rears ea uo uobtMtna 0
WltAU W5eMena btMtna MtU 1 tMtur btcr tb tMn n cv ctr ctrauoR everAd everAdaffonr r A < r rD
auoR affonr L LL4 E T TO CLyELA1m CLyELA1mPeaurirasti
Peaurirasti rl tl RI Ilaurcad c es
1 lesv H New yO lode dar dsllr a as a cia rl P PM arrives alr I
14 laedtl7 D < 11 l > A J U W ChiCago Co UI UItid M 1 a an sates a tarp t
uTIT IUT7V1 1 IV J1tFT uiFTlfT11 II CA141lI CA141lIIe CtI4L111 CtI4L11131cc
Men Ie of Troop TroP D flflefuse Itefuie to Serve gerreLienS fnt fcdr fcdrUent Ldrr LdrrUent
Uent IJowman ISownianMeny Jlany Arrests ArirstiBcntiNOTOjf ArmtcnUNOTON ArrestsBuntworox
BcntiNOTOjf cnUNOTON Vt t April Apri D DTe 0The The garrison garrlsoat glln gllnat garrisonat
at Fort Ethan Etan Allen len Is I In an uproar because bocautof b becauseof
of a t mutiny mutny among onl the men of Troop To I IFifteenth D DFitnth 13Fifteenth
Fifteenth Fitnth Cavalry Calrr This Ti troop toop has flftjfive fifty ff fiftyfive
five men and Ane all al but ten are le either elle under undearrest underarrest
arrest att or are ao absent abent and will wi be arrested armteas arrestedas
as soon n as A they are 10 located locatedThe l0to locatedThe
The Te trouble touble was W8 caused calld by the refuse refuseof refusalof
of t te e men to servo fno longer lonzr under une First FlrtLieut Flrlt FlrltLieut FirstLieut
Lieut George Georg T Bowman wman who bo 1 is In oom oommand o oII oomrnand
II mand of the troop toop and Insulting IulUng remarkthey remark remkl remklthey remarksthey
they made about him in his presence prelnc I Iwa It ItI Itwaj
wa waj not until unt pay day dy of this thl month tha thathe that thatthe thatthe
I the affair alalr tecame l eme dangerous danRerols Tho fin finarrest tnt tntaest first firstarrest
arrest aest occurred orro when Lieut Leut Bowman Bwman wa wapassing 1 1paling was waspassing
passing tho troop toop quarters quartersTwentyfive quatr quartersTwentyfive
Twentyfive Twentyfve men were wcr gathered gatbere there therand ther therand thereand
and OH al tho Lieutenant pawed pB8fd they ad adtlroMOd adI adIroared
I tlroMOd drero Insulting Insuling remarks remark remarkatohim to him and ever everman eelI every everyman
man was arrested arrltec The remaining rminig twenty twentyflvo twentyfo twentyfive
I five fo men who refused rfWd to serve Ine ore ar In this thlcity tb tbcity thiscity
city and Wlnooskl WlnOkl The soldiers 6Idiere are li lithis In Inthi inthis
this thi city ciy today tooy in swarms swarl and many mny arrest arresthave arrNtshave arrestshave
have been bn made mdo The Te jail Jai 1s I so crowded crowdeithat crowdedthat crowdedthat
that men are tre sleeping leplng on tho floors foore of th thcorridors the thecomdo thecorridors
corridors In a free rr fight tght In a saloon I10n I IWiicoskl 1WlcOkl in inVioeki
Wiicoskl WlcOkl a noncommissioned nonomlloned officer omcr wa wasertoiuly was wasseriously
seriously rrlollylnured injured by b a beer glass glu thrown a ahim at athim athim
him by one of the men menGROlT mennnOT menGROUT
Latest Talk Is I or a Programme rrlrmme to NominalHim Nominal Somtnate11m omtnatehim
Him 11m Against alnat Justice JuaUrt hire TliirrComptroller nlr hirecomptroller
Comptroller Cmptrollr Grout has 18 said over ovr an anover ad ador and andover
over ngaln that ttt next fall tal he e would retire retlrforever retre retreforer retireforever
forever forer from holding bldlnl public pblc place and I Isome In Inmo Insome
some mo quarters quartrs Mr Grouts Oroutl statement atte nt ha habeen he hebn has hasbeen
been bn accepted a ptd In all al sincerity It I w wascertained ws wsaortlnd wu wuasrertainod
ascertained aortlnd last night night though thugh that tht In Influentlal Influental influential
fluentlal fluental Brooklyn Bookly Democrats Dmcata have ha a pro programme po pogam programme
gramme gam concerning conoerlng Mr Grouts futuri futuriwhich ftue ftuewhich fpturewhich
which they hope hp to see e carried out It 1 1that I is isthat
that tht he h be b nominated nomatd for Supreme Supem Court CowJustice CourtJustce CourtJustice
Justice Justce In the th Second Scond Judicial Judical District Dlstricagainst Dltlct Dltlctagainst Districtagainst
against Joseph JOtph A Burr Du appointed in I Do Docember Docomber
comber cembr by Gov 0 Odell Odel to the th place plce made madivacant mate mateamnt madevacant
vacant by Edgar Egar M 1 Cullens Cllenl election elcion ai aiChief as asChief
Chief Cief Judge JudK of the th Court Cut of Appeals Appal Th ThSecond To ToScond The TheSecond <
Second Scond Judicial Judicia District D tTlct ootrprlses Ctpil the thicounties thorutleaor thecountiesof
rutleaor countiesof counties of Kings King DutcfcessTfafisauOrangi DutcfcessTfafisauOrangiPutnam Dutheel Dutobese afu auau Oran OranPtnam Orange OrangePutnam
Putnam Ptnam Queens Quenl Richmond nchmnd Suffolk Sulolk Rock Rockland 10k 10klan ltokland
land lan Westchoster WEetchltr and the th annexed ann xed district dlsulcof dbu districtof let letor
of New York clt cltJustice ctl cite citeJustice
Justice Ju tlc Burr Bur nominated nomiatd by b the tb Repub RepubHcaiiK Repubhlcans
HcaiiK lcn should boule be b forced for d It I U argued agd U Uconfront to toconfront
confront the U antiOde antOdll 11 sentiment ntlnt in th thRepublican tbeHcpublCn theRepublican
HcpublCn Republican party pty while whil Comptroller Cmptolcr Grout Grouiit OroutIt
it was wa argued argd would have hl behind bhind him hm the tbtcombined thecombined
combined rmblned Democratic Dmcalo sentiment InUmnt together togetheiwith t togetherwith tber tberwlb
with wlb a goodly sprinkling IIpikllS of the t Indopcn Indopcndent indpen indpendent independent
dent voters trs Therefore Tererore Mr Z1 Grout 1L 1Lfriends 11 hifriends
friends rrlend said 8M would easily paely defeat dret Justice JusticeBurr JusticeBurr
CiTlER CATUEVISF F ifATEnnrnr JrTERnnJ II l IIL IILDaughter < L LDaughter LPauate
Pauate Daughter of James aDt M 1 Waterbury lUeer lUeerIns Tireover Tireoverlug
Ins le From Frm an a Operation OperationMiss nUo OPerIIOUiMiss
Miss Mi Catherine Cthee Waterbury1 WAterbu daughter dufhter o oJames or orJae ofJames
Jae James M Wct Waterbur Waterbury rbury and ad sister of Iaj IajWaterbury Iarry IarryWaterbury
Waterbury the well wel known knoYn polo player playerIs
Is seriously sriouy ill 1 at her fathers homo homoSpencer homoSpncr homeSpencer
Spencer Spncr House HoU at Throggs Tbrogg Neck lCk West WestChester W Westchooter t tcheater
Chester as a tho result r0111 of an operation operaton for foiappendicitis rorappndcitis forappendicitis
appendicitis appendicitisIt appndcitis appndcitisIt
It was wal thought thoulht at first frst that she would woulcinot wouldnot wouldnot
not rally from tho operation opraton but last night nlghlsh nlRhtIh nightshe
sh she was Wi reeling rtng comfortably Her Jer phy phystclan phyB1lan phiyalden
alden B1lan Dr W C Darning said that sh shwould she IIh6woud shewould
would woud probably prlmbl recover recoverMlw reccerI recoverMiss
Miss I Waterbury Watcrbul wan wa 1 taken ill 1 nearly nearlytwo Mlrh Mlrhtwo nearlytwo
two weeks w k ago a 10 Dr Doming thn family familyphysician flDlr flDlrphysian familyphyclrian
physician who was called Mlo In I diagnosed diagnosedthe dL1nold dL1noldtM
the case Ol as a appendicitis appndldt At hl hl bEe siiREeaion siiREeaionDr 6uJf0on 6uJf0onDr cugges ion ionDr
Dr B Faquhar F8quhar Curtis Cui of of7 7 East Et Forty Fortyfirst Fort Fortyfirst
fnt first street Itrt was 8 called cled In I to perform prform the theoperation thoopration tireoperation
operation opration which was made lost Sunday SundayMr
Mr Waterbury Wat rbur and his family faiy were in inPalm InP3m inPalm
Palm P3m Beach Bch They were notified nottled of Miss MissWaterburye MissWaterburye I
Waterburye condition and came home homeon
on a special Ipell train trai They Th 1 got hare heo on Wednes Wednesday Wednoday Wodnoiday ¬
day morning morningMr morig morigMr
Mr Waterbury WaleburY was 111 president of the theNational theSatlonl theNational
National Cordage Cnrd go Company when hen It failed failedIn
In 1807 He le 1s I well wel known in club cub life le The Thedaughter Thedughtr Thedaughter
daughter dughtr has devoted devote much of her time timeto tie tieto theto
to charitable chaltnble work ork fa Westchester county countyand ount ountRn1 countyand
and The Bronx BronxIXDRFSSED DronxmFSfED Bronxt
Grnn German Baker Attracts Atrel I Crowd When wnrnlit Whenlie htn htnJr
lit Jr Derides to Take a Nap NapTheodore NPT sapTheodore
Theodore T odore Obermlller Obrier a little ltle fat Ocr German Oerman Ocrman ¬
man baker moved moe from MO 2 West Wet Eighteenth Eighteenthstreet Ilhtenth IlhtenthItlt Eighteenthtreet
Itlt street to Fifth Fih avenue Jut night Ho Hodeserted 10 10d lb lbdeserted
d deserted ere hi Eighteenth Elgbtnth street Itlt home at atoclock tt ttoclok
0 oclock oclok and went around to the northern northerncorner northeutcoreror northeastcoruerof
coreror coruerof corner of Eighteenth Eightontb street strt nnd Fifth Fih ave avenue aonuo arenun ¬
nun where there is I a big office building buildingItahot buiding buidingIt buildingItshiot
Itahot It a bot In here he exclaimed exclaime to a couple couplejf
jf men who stopped when they saw IW Ober Obermiller Obfrmler Obermiller
mler miller take tke off otrhl topr hU overcoat oeroat and hat ht I Ilake Itake 1taker
lake a sleep sleepThe sheepThe IeepTe
The baker took off 01 hU hi coat ot Then Ten he heirraneed hI hearranged
arranged Te the garment an 1 a pillow piow The Themoved Thewatching Thewatching
arnle watching crowd grw grew larger Obermler Obermlerremoed Obermihler Obermihlerremoed
remoed moved his bi collar ant an tie tl and smiled emio np npfroval uppra
proal proalMany pra froval frovalMany I
Many carriage crriag were wer passing PAlng The TheIrivers Thocrlef Thedrivers
drivers of some sme directed dired by their employ employire mpl01topP
crlef cr5 ire stopped to Me e what whlt the crowd was 1 all allbout al allalxUt
bout topP Just JUt as al the baker bker drew his shirt shirtver Ihlrtoer shirtover
abut over ver his hi head hed a victoria Ictor approached approachedStop apprched apprchedHtop approachedStop
Stop Jane JdmN saId ld a woman womn In I the th vie vieoria victoria vietoria
toria Let us u see 18 what thU In I about eboutJome aboutSme aboutSome
Some Sme poor Lt person nn may lybe maybave have been ttl n Injured InjuredThe InJur InjirrcdThe
The pr crowd opened opned up a little ltle so 10 that she sheilcht shemIght shemight
mIght ilcht se see Just JUIt then Obermlller Obrler was wasDrive waaIldlng wassliding
sliding out or b his trousers troureDrive trousersDrTva
Ildlng Drive on 01 Jsmes Jme directed dirte the woman womanIn woma womanIn
In tho meantime me Jtle some amo one on had called calledollcomanToohoy calledPoliceman aied aiedPollcomn
Pollcomn Policeman ollcomanToohoy Tooboyor of the Tenderloin station stationie Italon ItalonJe stationlie
ie told his hl servant sergeant later Itor that he found foundlore roundmore foundmore
more Je lore than a million milon persons watching watohlnl the theaker thebkerl thebaker
baker who had ha just plne removed remove his hl hi shoes shoesnd ah shotraand
bkerl anr and nd stocking pock1ngiiToohey okc okcToobey I
Toobey tepbone telephoned led for the patrol wagon wagonboy wagonInd wagonand
Ind and a redheaded beade boy by with ptrol some sme brains brainsnder brainunder I Iunder
under his hl red hair ran to a near by stable stablend Itabl stableand
and nd borrowed borwe a horse hOr blanket blnket Obermlller Obermllleras Olrier I Iwa
wa was as kept warm war and from frm the curious CuOU < gaze gazeof AZO AZOif z
of if the kp crowd until uti the wagon got there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The policeman lc1n tried tr wagn to play valet to his hisrl hi hisprisoner
prloner prisoner > rl on r but couldnt couldnt get 6e a single Illle garment garmentin rnt rnton
on in him Finally Fnly Obermlllcr Obrniltr wearing werig only onlyitrol onlyhi onlyhis
hi his underlotblng underclothing was blmdl Into the theCltrl thenitrol
nitrol itrol wagon wa n and covered oe withthe with the hone honeBlanket hoelankot horseblanket
Cltrl Blanket He n sang le German Ger songs Inp all II the theay tbeway theway
way ay to 0 hl hi Ills coil collMrs cl clir coil3Iri
Mrs ir llootevrlt noopJ net Return urn I to Waihlnjlcn WaihlnjlcnWASHINGTON WllltJCt WsshhnglcnWABulleoTof
WASHINGTON WUUIXOTOI April 6 DUt Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltnd Rvelt Rveltad Rooseveltand
ad and nd her children chidren returned rue to Washington Washingtonytrain Wubllon Wubllonby Washingtonbytrntn
ytrain by train from the South Buth this morningaftern momlnlater momlnlateran morningafter I I1aobt
an n outing of several days dra on the naval navalmain navalyoht
1aobt Sylph Al All a at wel well Ter They wll wllr will willr
r main In the White House liu Ifoij until unti the Prel Prelent PI PIdent President
dent ent returns retu from frm his hl hunting hUntl1 trip when whenumroer hen I Ithe
the famly family wil will g go to 01ter Oyster Dl iiay trll for the theummer thesummer II
summer The Te date dteof of le 1 leving lng ln Washington Washingtonas uhingtonhas
bu > as not been b fixed tle but bu it wUfprobably wl probblT uhllon not notlater n notbe
b be later lter than thK the middle of June JuneXX3TE11 JunewltIt e euJ I
XX3TE11 uJ AT ATLJkKTia Ano CTTT CTTTiprn n crriArrtl
iprn fl promiits ptornlU W t U b tt tp tmtMt In bUlorr
2 Ima Ui
flrasiI tmt IrUa rr vl via 1 IVonirlvkoU al nallro4 flatlroat l tirir tirirwenrsuooi LAdrrssrraUces r rrMaUO I
wenrsuooi rMaUO Ad r lor ruler pr ctr c stat ibeu 111 inou4 h I asS asSAd
Had Ja Been Oe In III I Health Irath and Had Worried WorriftO WorriedOver
O Over > rr Condition Conlton of Her ler Mother lothr Wnilist Who WboII WhoII
list II II Heart Inrt niirvie mehot flhsrasehot Knot nrnel nrnelWhen nerr nerrhtn flerseirThen
When htn Norse Went UPt Into Another Anotrr lleen lleenMiss nom nom1l floornMiss
Miss 1l Mary Ma Gallaway Oalaway the daughter o oRobert of ofnober ofRobert
Robert nober M 1 Gallaway the tanker taklr MI MItallrcad a ad adrailrcad d dlalrad
tallrcad lalrad man killed kied herself herul yesterday yesterdaIn etr
In the Hctol Sovllle Svie Madison adlen avenue avenuand aeue aeueand avenueand
and Twentyninth Tentynlnth street trt Miss MII Gallawayfriends Gallaway Glaway Glawayfried clahlawaysfriends
friends fried and relatives relmtna believe beleve that she se wa watemporarily wu wutemporriy wastemporarily
temporarily temporriy demented dem nted She bid been ben ti tipoor In Inpr inpoor
poor pr health belh for a long 10nJ time tme and worried worrieta worrieda
a great Ilt deal over oerth the oondlt condito condition Ion of her h r mother motherwho motberwho motherwho
who is seriously srloualy1 ill with wlb heart her disease diseaseMiss dl dhseaiieMiss
Miss MII Gallaway Oalaway shot herself herl In her room roonIn rm rmIn roomin
In the Seville Svle about abut S oclock yesterday yesterdaafternoon yelterdayatrnoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon atrnoon She had been bn living at the hotel hotefor boteltor hotelfor
for two weeks wek and with her was a trainee traineenurse taned tanednur trainednurse
nurse nur Miss MIA Margaret Withers Wltber Miss MisOallaways MissOshiaways
Oallaways Oaawa parents penta live lTe at 68 East Et Fifty Fiftyfifth FUtyfth Fiftyfifth
fifth fth street streetShe Itrt ItrtShe streetShe
She left her home on the advloe advl e o oher or orhr ofher
her hr physician Dr Ellsworth Elworb Elliot Elot of otWet U UWest M MVest
West Wet Thirtysixth Ttlryhth street who has ba been beeiattending bn bnattnding beenattending
attending attnding MM Gallaway for several leerlmonth leerlmonthShe month monthiShe monthShe
She suffered lIufere from frm neurasthenia neurulhena and chronic chroniiIndigestion chrono chronoIndlgMlon chronicIndigestion
Indigestion IndlgMlon and these tbe two ailments allmlnta gave gaveher Iave Iaveber gaveher
her nervous nerOI prostration prostrationOn prostraton prostratonOn
On top of theo thM troubles truhlM Miss MI Gallawayi Gallawayimother Oalaway Oalawaymother Gahiawaysmother
mother became bme very ver ill 1 and ad the daughter daughteiworried daughtr daughtrworrie daughterwaffled
worried worrie so 1 much that the family faiy and Dr DrElliot DrElot DrElliot
Elliot Elot decided deided that she must have a change changtof chanl8or
of surroundings lurunding At first fllt It was intended Intendetthat Intnded Intndedtbat intendedthat
that she should go away awa to the country countrybut oountr countrybut
but Miss iIM Oallaway Oalaway would not consent t tbe to tohe tobe <
be very far away from her mother Then Therit ThenIt
it was WI decided deided to have her take tak rooms rom It Itthe In Intbe inthe
the Seville SevilleMiss 80vle 80vleML SevilleMis
Miss ML Gallaway Onllway wasnt ill 1 enough to stay stajIn stayIn tay taybd
In bed bd and most mlt of the time ti she at has been bn a athe at atth atthe
and around She Shewent Shewent
the th hotel htl she ah vrns all up
went driving drhng frequently frfqrntly After ter she Iho wtni wtnito wnt wntto went wentto
to the tb hotel htel Dr Elliot Elot called clld In Dr D George OeorgtR GeorgeflLockwoodof
R Lockwoodof Rlckwdof 18 East Et Fiftyeecondstreet FiftyeecondstreetDr FlrtYnd tt ttDr
Dr Lockwood Lckwood is I a specialist lpciallt in nervous nervouidiseases nrous nrousdaea nervousdiseases
diseases daea and since elnc that time tme he b and ad Dr DrElliot DrEliot DrElliot
Elliot Eliot have vo been bn attending attnding the young younjwoman youngwoman ung ungwoman
woman womanDr womanDr womanDr
Dr Lockwood generally gneraly called rlld to se sei see seeer <
i tr r In the th morning moring and Dr Elliot Elot late mt In Ithotel Inh inIhe
Ihe h atmoon afternoon Dr Elot Elliot calld called at the thehotel
hotel htl yesterday reterdy at 6 oclock oclck and bad bd the theclerk theclerk
clerk cerk telephone te phne to Miss Ml Galloways Oallwa room roomon roomson
on the th tenth unth floor to ask Ik her if 1 she h would wouldAte wouldt wouldeec
Ate t him Miss Mi Withers the nurse nIB answered answeredthn answeredto answeredthe
the to call callTell mi callTell
Tell Tel the tb doctor dctor to wait wal a few minutes mlnuteinnd miutes miutesIInd minutesilni
nnd then t n coma com up said lIe Miss 1 Gallaway GallawayThat Galaway GalawayTt GahlawayThit
That Tt will 1 give me I time tm to change chg my mygown m mg myMis
gown gownMU
g MU M Gallaway Oallawa sat at up In the bed and andtold andtold andtold
told the nurse nu to get gt her a gown from c ccloset a acot acloset
cot closet in an adjoining adoining room While Wble Mi lt hUM hUMWithers < H HWithers
Withers was D getting gotlg the tb gown she heard hearda
a a shot ran into Ito the next room rm and Ind saw sawMiss IW IWMI sawMiss
Miss MI Oallaway lying on the edge of the th bed bedwith bd bdwlb bedwith
with wlb a revolver retol r in I her hand hd and blood bloodstreaming bloodItrealng bloodstreaming
streaming Itrealng from tom her mouth The Te nurse nursecried nursecried
cried cd out and ran rn toward towad the door leading leadingiStd ledl ledlt leadingint
iStd t int the th main ml hall bl of the hotel hot As Al she sheopened sheopened
opened opned the te door dor she be saw 8W Dr Elliot Elit walking walkingtoward wakll waklltwa walkingtoward
toward it itCome ItCome itCome
Come quick doctor door cried cied the nurse nurseSomething nureegmohlng nurse5irnothing
Something gmohlng dreadful dEadtul has happened happenedDr happned happnedDr
Dr Elliot Elct ran Into tho room after afor the thentirse thonur thenurse
nurse nur He 1e leaned lead over ovo MN 1 Gallaway Oalaway and andfound andrumd andfound
found she was WN dead She had fired tred a bullet bulletfrom bulet buletrrm bulletfrom
from rrm a pearl handled hndled revolver Into the roof roofof rr rrof roofof
of h hr > r mouth The bullet bulet hnd penetrated penetratedth pnftrated pnftratedi penetratedtheb
i tho theb th b aln am ca a slnfs alnr Imtant In tt Uati dlatI datiThu < UatiTho
Tho Th first lt thing Dr Elliot Elot did wa to notify notifytlio nouy nouytlln not iry irythio
I tlio family famiy Then tin Coroners Corlor office omr wein weinformed we weinformed In InformC ¬
formed formC of the tht shooting Ihutng Coroner Cotnr Scholrr Scholrrwent Sclrnirrnt lolrr lolrrEt
tho hotel and jjcrmit for tlio tlioremoval th thremoval
went Et nt to 11 guve Ia gy a thl thlrmoal
removal rmoal of tho body uo y at tlc tl1 convenience convenienceof onnuklc onnuklcof
of the family familyThe raml familyThe
The Coroner Cronr got t statement etltrmtn from tho thonurse thonue thenurse
nurse nue and the two physicians phyocI3n wl 10 o were wereattending wereatending wereattending
attending atending Miss UI Gallaway Galiwny After Arer his Investi Investigation Int Intjtou investigatiou ¬
gation jtou he said Nld ho did dd not doubt that Miss MissGallaway i1t MissGahiaway
Gallaway OalawY had hd become bme temporarily tmprulr Intone Intoneover Iao IaoOr insaneover
over Or her own and her mothers motherl llln In InTo iiinesa iiinesaThe > 3 a aTho
The To only ony thing ting that worried orlo the Coroner CoronerWAS Coronerwits ornor ornorA
WAS A how Miss ls Gallaway G laway beoamo bmo potsimed potsimedof poMIHedor
of tho revolver Iolor Her ler nurse nuri didnt know knowsho knowAho knowshe
she had It nor did her physicians phytlcns or o the themembsis tbemembrl themembsrs
membsis of her family The Thl police pole took tookpossession tk tkposlon tookpossession
possession of it itMlM Iti1 itMi
MlM i1 Mi Gallaway Galaway was Wl U 8 years Yen old and a amember amembr amember
member membr of Dr D Parkhurats PArkhut church churh She Showas Shawa Shewas
was wa the thoonlydaughtorand only onrdugbtor daughter and ane has b hastwo two brothers brothersMerrill brthere brthereierr1 brothersMerrill
Merrill and John M I
ierr1 ad Gallaway GallawayThe Oallawy OallawyThe GallawayThe
The body will wi be taken home to day dayFuneral darFuera dayFuneral
Funeral Fuera arrangements arlngeents have hve not nt been bn made madeSlICIllE madeI madeSlICIP7
i Had No Money Ione to iay ia sy Ills ia KillSupposed KillSupposedto lmSuppml lmSuppmlto
to HP II I V F I nnnew nnnewA InpS I II
I A young man mn registered regtAtut nt the Hotel HotelImperial HotelImperial I IImprl
Imperial Imprl on Friday as G H 1 Green of ofChicago ofChicago I Ii
i Chicago Clrgo He 1C said he wanted 6ntt a good go room roomand rm rmI roomand
and bath on the Broadway Drday side and he got gt it itHe I itlie
I He le had been living lving on the fat of the theland te teland theland
land In tho hotel ever since Inc and mid about abut aboutIi
11 I oclock last night he ordered orerd a meal mealbrought mel
brought brouKh to his hi room After Atr It ho ordered ordereda orer
a drink drnk and when the waiter uter brought broughtthat brougbtthat broughtthat
that sent him back bck after ater R cigar cigarWten cgar cgar1n cigar1en
Wten 1n the tb waiter got gt back bck to the th room roomthe roomtb roomthe
the tb door dr was locked lckd The waiter waler reported reportedthat reprtd reprtdthat reportedthat
that he h thought thulht something emthlng was Wi wrong wiongTim wong wongTI wrongThe
Tim TI bourn 10uI detective dtet with wih the ttl manager managerentered mgr mgrentered managercntered
entered the tb room rm with wlb a pass key keyThe keyTle keyThe
The Tle occupant occupt lay ly on the bed bd dead ded with witha wih wiha
a bullet bule hole In his hi right rbt temple tmple So 8 that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the noise nol of the pistol shot would not be beheard b beheard
heard hMr he had put a blanket over his head headwhen hed hedwhen headwhen
when be fired tr the shot shotDr IbotD shotDr
Dr D Gllday Glay the hotel physician phficin said saiddeeth saiddeath i
death d th bad ba been be instant On a table tble in inthe I inthe
the room rm was a note written witen on letter leter paper paperbearing pper pperbollnJ paperbearing
bollnJ bearing the monogram monogr G H G This Thisnote Tia Thisnote
note read readIn red redIn read1n
In case O of enny eny accident aodent please plo notify notifymy nolf1 nolf1my noUtymy
my mother mothe Mrs 1 Mary Mar Finnosey Fln0Y 30 2 Murray Murrayrfrwst lluy lluyrt Murrayi4reet
rfrwst rt Burlington Bulnrton Vt VtCoroner VtCroner
Coroner CJrone Bcholcr Bhol Schol r weut through thrugh tho young youngmans youngmans ong ongma
mans ma effect eob and found no money His Hishotel Il Illshotel
hotel bill WM unpaid unpaidSeveral unpaidveral
hotl bU upd updSr
I It
Several Sr veral letters 10tlf wore wr found addressed addressedto add
t to F F Flnnossy FIOT tin Van Nest Nlt Burling Burlington Durlnr Durlnrton ¬
oe one ie Lassoed LIOe In Tellowitnne Teloutnne Park Pr Coming ComingLast CO CorningList IDS IDSIu
Last Iu by b Express ExpressLivrNOSTOsr ExpressLtTIWOSTO3 preu preuLIJOIT
LivrNOSTOsr LIJOIT Mon In April Aprl DTe 9The The moun mounaln mountn monalain
lain Hon lon lassoed la In the Yellowstone elowtono Park Parkast Pak Paklut Parklast
last tn ast week wrk by Buffalo Bua Jones Jono arrived an in inJvingston InUTnpton inUvIngston
Jvingston UTnpton yesterday yetry en route rut to the Zoo Zoooitital Zo Zoological
logical Gardens Oarn In New York The T train trainrum tn tnfrm trainfruni
frm fruni rum the t west wu very Vrr late lat and the th lion lionemalrwd lon lonreml lionremained
remained reml d here in the tb express epl office om a day daymd d dayand
and attracted attud much mub attention attentionHe
He 1s a fine tn specimen llplmn and In his bI cage an anwars a aplr ap appear
pear wars to be quite quit gentle nte although he h snarls snarlsind anla anlaand mansand
and plr tales a wicked wekd looking looknr paw prw when wbn ap aproach ap appreached
prhe preached > roach t d too t closely closelyWbttUM cloly closelyW1isstus
WbttUM for fO of brttkfMl bnrMU bresktssitb Uu whet WIDI wheat wbe nlau alal metousI I Itit
I tit husk bu 1 and 14 starch tl Whestr Whel hesty la ii airort I tsvor areet u ei M A ua I Inut
I a nut a ns frvioTM loralra ntuele nt a 6 4a1tJ < a AJt > itit I
MAVon uon KiLLED KILED IN mOT ttlOTDisorder mOTnlorer RIOTDisorder
Disorder nlorer In a Mlnne MInnesota ota > Town To End EndFatally Ial IalFatal EndsFatally
Fatally FatallyBIACDETTI Fatal FatalBAtDE FatallyBIArTDErri
BIACDETTI BAtDE Minn Mi April Ap LThe > The Te Mayo Mayoof Mayorof yor yorot
of this tbl place p1 was murdered mue during duD a rio riohere riot riother riothere
here her tonight tonightMIXISTEH tnlKht tnlKht1ISr1n 14night4hhINISTEfl
At the tie Cambridge Cambrale Here 1 Hereiay nla May Go to Dr Dinulls DrnJtl Drnulls
nulls nJtl Hospital HospitalMr lolpla
Mr Takahlra Takblr the Japanese Japane Minister Mniater i Im is isill
ill at the Cambridge Cmbrldl8 Hotel Hotl He came er her herfrom herefrom borefrom
from Washington on Saturday Stury after atr havin havinbeen hvng hvngbn having havingbeen
been bn ill 1 for several Iveral days dr and it was w at firs firsfeared tt ttfer fret fretfeared
feared fer that he was WA suffering aurrerg from com a relapse relapeof rlape rlapeor relapseof
of the intestinal Inttnl trouble for which wbo bs un underwent u Underwent
derwent derent an operation opretont jit the Hptel Majestl Majestllast MJNtO MJNtOlat Maiestiolast
last lat November Novembr Dm Bull Dul and Delafleli Delaflelisaid Dla Delafleldsaid eld eldad
said ad lastnight lut nght that MrTakahlra Mr Taklr was w no nodangerously not notdgeroUly notdangerously
dangerously dgeroUly sick Ick and Heeded ee only onl a foi foidays low fowdays lowdays
days rest rt Mr Mr1akhlm Takahlrn drove dre In the park parlfor prk prkfor parkfor
for several aveml hours yesterday yeeterr afternoon afernon will willMr withMr
Mr UchltU Uchid the Japanese JapnN ConsulGewral ConsulGewraland Cl1luleual Cl1luleualand
and appeared appar In I much muc better betterhealth ttbelt health than tha 01 01his on onhi onhis
his hi arrival aral last lst Saturday Stury It I was WQ raid ealdhowever ed edhoweer raidhowever
however that he might be removed rmove toda todato ty tyto today todayto
to Dr Bulls Dul private hospital hospitalSVOir hoplt hopltSOU hospitalSNOli
SVOir SOU SiZZlE PASSED PSFDOrlm OVER Illto IlltoColorado IIU IIUColordo 17111Coiorailo
Colorado Colordo Miner lnfr flung lull on to a Tree Tee an anRaved and andSand andSaved
Raved Illnuelf Inaplr from Death DeathLKADVILLE DeaUILUnVILL DeathLxauvzuz
LKADVILLE LUnVILL Col Cl April Allrl D oA A L Foster Fostcof Foateror
of Twin Lakes Lkr had ha occasion ocelon to go 10 to hi hiclaims hi his hisclaims
claims In in Lost Lu Csfion last Monday Monda am amas ad adaa and andas
as he was ascending aldlg the bill hi a mans m maof of oflOw oflOwevral snow snowseveral no noseveral
several evral acres acl In extent began g to move moveEscape moveEap moveEecape
Escape Eap was impossible Imp61lble Fouler to ter kicked kicketoff klckfdol kickedof
off ol of his snowshoes and when the avalanche avolanchistruck avlche avlchehim avalanchestruck
struck him he was WI carried crried down the hill hillside bU billside
side Iidefor for about fifty ffty feet feetKnowing feetKnowig feetKnowing
Knowing Knowig that If he was wa carried to tin tinbottom the thebotom thebottom
bottom botom of the gulch glch he would be kllle klllehe killedhe <
he dug his hand down dow Into Ito the snow em emgrabbed and andgbb mudgrabbed
grabbed gbb the limb 1mb of a tree tre which broke brokeHe brokoHe brokeHe
He grasped another one ole to t which hlch he wa waable was wasable W Wable
able glp to hold on until the mass mUl of snow snoipassed aow aowpss snowpassed
passed pss over him himEARTHQUAKE blmFtnT himE4RTIIQUAICE
Severe Shock h ck Was 1 fl Felt Fel at Benevento Deeto Lai LaiMBht Lat LatNllht Last LastSIght
SIght MBhtSptcial Nllht SIghtSpecial
Special 3111 Cadli CI Dnpatcli DUP4 M 1 T TJ Tas TasBarsvaxro Sr SrBENEVKNTO tl
BENEVKNTO BEEENT Italy Ity April 8A A sever severearthquake Ivee Iveeeartbquae severeearthquake
earthquake eartbquae shock ehok lasting six el second rnd wa wafelt was waafelt wasfelt
felt here at 820 82 oclock oco to night It wa waof was waaof wasof
of an undulatory undulator character characer the motion motloibeing motionbing motionbeing
being bing from west wct to east eastKIXO lut eastliXG
Visits Ilil Those Ttlol Injured In the Collaptr Colapn of th thItrservolr thc thcnrprolr thefleservoir
Itrservolr at Madrid Madridfpreial MadridSpecial lara larartl
Special rtl Cntlt CI DtlftOt nup It Tax SVM SVMMAHPII S x xManntm
MAHPII llwnw > April A1 B 81g 9KIig King Alfonso AOI this thi morn morning mr mornhug
ing vlnlted ttd In I the th hospitals bpltb the tb men mn who whiwere whowere
were Injured InJud In I the th collapse collp of the t reservoir rcsorvolhero reservoirlaTe
hero hr ycnterday ycnterdayNo tlrdar tlrdarSo
No more m bodies bdls have ha been b recovered recovrredTho reovred reovredTI recoveredThe
The TI Governor Oror this tbl rooming morli forbade i iproponed a aI aI
proponed great popular moruttratlon CrDtration < > of ofmourning ofmlnlnK ofI
I poplc geat popl
I I mourning mourningPLACE mlnlnK mlnlnKPIACT mourningPLACE
PLACE PIACT FOR A novan noto iu hinrit hinritCapt hiinrtCapt mm mmClp
Capt Clp Cnrrj Cl Curr Made O Oonr Uonrn4r Ttrn r Cr at f a Province FrorlneIn PrTnoe PrTnoeIn Provincein
In the Philippine PhilippineRoawzix PUIPpI PUIPpIRWL PhilippinesRoawzU
Roawzix RWL N M L April Apr 9 9George George Gcrg Curry Curryformerly CI Curryformerly
formerly fonerly of this tbl city cll has h ha been bn appoints appointsGovernor applnW applnWCtror appointedGovernor
Governor Ctror of the Province Ivlnc of Bazaar Sar P I IOov 1Got
Got 0 Curry Cu will wU be invested InVIUt with extraor extraordinary etraor etraordinar extruordinary ¬
dinary dinar power pwer to enable enblo him to cope cpe with withtho witht withthe
the t troubled condition condlbn of the to district districtCurry d districtCurrywaeone trlc
of tho bout known cltlxini cltlxinief
Curry Cr Currywaeone WM w ono Jt lown cltun cltuner
ef Now No Mexico Mexlo Ho 10 lb was a Captain Caplln In the theRough tbeI theRough
Rough Ruh Riders Rder and is a personal rnonal friend lrend of ofPresident ofI ofPresident
I I President Prfildont Rooovtlt Roo oI Lately he was 4 Chief Chiefof Chiefor Chiefof
of Polioo 1010 at Manila ManlUsin Manilasin Ianlo Ianlol
sin l rnAcis 1Ir DEAD DEADHead DI DIUpac niinhead
Head Upac nt Divorce nrCf Court lndrr t1lrr That Tat Title Titlebnt Ttt Titlebut
bnt flrcnttly Made 1Ip Lord St f Heller HellerJ Irle IrleSl141 BelierSpictol
Sptclat Sl141 Catit CI ntititcli ni I IJ 3 TBK Tal Ta Sox SoxLONDON 51 seaLeHP0ir
LONDON LND April Aprl O OLr isLord Lord St Heller Heler who whowas whoyam
was 1 better bter known kow as t Sir Francis Frcia Jeune Jeunewho Jeunewho Jeunewho
who recently ncntly resigned f1 ed his hil position polton of Presi President Pel Peldet President ¬
and DI DIvoroo DIvor Divorco
dent det of the Probate Pbate Admiralty ad
voroo vor 0 division rhlelo of the High Ich Court Curt of Justice Justicebemuse Jl lo lee leebetuuse
bemuse bNuS of ill 1 health healh after which lllch he was waselevated WI WIeloate waselevated
elevated eloate to the peerage p rsg died today todaySir tooy tooyfUr todaySir
Sir Fronds Frels Jeuno Jeunt was 8 h heed sd of the Di Divorce DIor Divorce ¬
vorce or Court for thirteen thirten years en He was waf wafyera
87 years yera old oldMO olr
Te The Warships rhlp at Peniacola Pfnaarola Lose llt Sailors Salora In InAlarmlnc tnAlarmlns InAlarming
Alarming unibfrs unibfrsMOBILE unlberaMonILE urnhersM01IILE
MOBILE Ala AI April 9 DTere 0There There has been beena n na
a wholesale wholele desertion dCrtlon of bluejackets blujackets from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the United Cnied States warships Wrhlp at t Pensacola PensacolaIt Penlola PenlolaI
It I Is I estimated etnlte that at leaet let least00 OO sailors I10re are aromissing aremllng aremissing
missing from the vessels vesselsSailors vesselsSailors MI MISlon
Sailors Slon who hove been bn seen Rn on shore shoregive shoregive hor
give varying excuses for le1g leaving the ships shipsHome Ibp Ibpme shipsSome
Home me of arng them have bave an Idea Ide that thUhe the vessels vesselswill vesselswill SI
will wl for the mot part prt be made station atton ships shipsat
at some eoe out of the way place and others otherssay other otherIY otherssay
say IY that the treatment trtmnt Is I not as It should be beItlll beSti beStill
Itlll Sti others say IY that they thty only left lef because becausehey ba bathey becausethey
they wanted wante to get ashore abor on American Americanjoll Americansol
soil sol and ad stay there just as long at they can canYesterday canYesterday I IYeterda
Yesterday Yeterda city cty nnd county cunty officers oftlce were wereut wereout ere ereout
out > ut hunting hutng the deserters d rters In the citys out outiklrts outskirts
skirts IIklr Tills TIII morning moring Chief Cief Bchad Shad of the thePolice thePole thePolice
Pole Police Department Dprtment went out to the flagship flngshlpilalne i flagshipMaine hlp hlpMae
Maine Mae and had a conference with wih Rear RearIdmlral nr RearAdmiral I IAdirl
Admiral Adirl Evans van who placed plac at the th disposal disposalrf dpl i io
of rf the Pensacola PeMla police poUc j Just justas ust as many my marin marinrOH mrl marinaim
o OH I possible plble A reward of Ito 10 is paid pd for forsach foreach foreach
each deserter dlrter returned returnedTELEPHOXE returne returneTELTPHOXE returnedTELIWJIOVV
Ia Sang tans an Anthem ntrm for the Watehman at ma and andFinally an andFinally
Finally Rnat He Heard Inm and ad Let Them m Oat OatWhen Ot OtWhe OutWhen
When Whe the telephone girls < r In the Spring Springitreot Spr Springstreet
street ateet exchange exhnge tried tod to leave the building buildingo bullnc bullncto
oclock yesterday after afterloon afternoon
to o go home hoe at 4 Yll6terd at
loon non they tbe found foud the street ate door looked lookedmd loke lookedand
and theythad to remain rei Inside Iide while whlo some someme lameODe
me tboyd weaf hunting buUnl forthe for the watchman to toet tolet tolet
let et them the out out He le couldnt be found for forin roran foran
an in hour and meantime mentle the te girl were wererUoners wfre wfreponer werepritoners
rUoners > a They ey got him finally nUy by singing singingn itlnr itlnrIn
In poner n chorus cbor this Improvised Iproie anthem anthemOb anthe anthree0h
Ob wont you ou cpen that tt door and let leti letout letus
us i out out We are starting ptaV1nfor tt p glor for something somethingout somethingto ometblg ometblgto
to out outHe ut utIe satlie
He Ie heard her this In I another part rat of tbe tbebudll thebuilding i isliding
sliding budll and nd lot them Ibe out outTOCK outSrOCK outSTOCK
it It t the nevemer nl or mil 111 Rlcn 1 Ig1 lbs mil Dl Kay KayRepublican a ay ayItepubliecn I
Republican RpbUeM Ieclilalon IeclilalonGOT lt legishitoriGo llton lltonOv
Ov Go GOT Higgins Hli Is I to bold a publlo publo bearing bale baletoy bearingtoday j
toy day on the t stock 8ck transfer trnlr tax ta bill bi The Te TeOtmr TheGovernor I Iwrnor
Otmr Governor wrnor has h already alreay given givn out ou a state stateent atatemeat
mnt meat ent In defend deeoo of the th bill bil buta last ls appeal appealto appal
1 Is to be b made by those t thom who wo are a opposed to toSenraJ toIt toit
It SenraJ 8nr Save m rl of the up8Uln Rtpubllcaa RtpubllcaacUlatcr IpblJ lie opa pubhlanlegislstoa
legislstoa cUlatcr kr who 0 wrOn Wi wr uP 1 in town tow rrstiraay yestirlayaId
Il Jw ray rayIl
11 Il aId m to the tt that ralrs measure t the Owud OortWculd u unsli41t unsli41tm f J
Olfenslva Ofonslv8 and Defensive D3fB slv Alli Alliance Al AII AIIanco ¬
ance In the State StateAGAINST StateAGAINST StateAGAINST
With Wih Some Idea of Saving tha thaState th thaState j I
State Election In 1900 1900Expert 1900Expect
Electon I I II
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Expert EPft to Take Te ln Most Ilor nrdoutotable nrdoutotableCount nfdoblble fledoirblsblScotmtirai1eriIne1drntalIyttieDomI 1 1COlmlIrl
Count COlmlIrl cotmtirai1eriIne1drntalIyttieDomI cotmtirai1eriIne1drntalIyttieDomIciliary leartcrj tlrldmlatth Incldrntallythf nemi nemiHilary nm j
Hilary dllar Tliltatlnn llaton Kilns Htll Has Jal Its Been JttmTakrn ne BeenTaken 1 1Tkm
Taken Out or the thf OdrltOlorcan Odploran Eire Eiretlon Fro Froton Eleelion
lion ton Law Lw Anirndmrnt A AtircndmnentOov I rndmrntO flov 0 lUcttnt lUcttntPlncllns IU luggtnsFInding Jnl j jFndtnl
FInding Fndtnl the fain Ra In the nrautlfnl nrautlfnlImllrrct nnulol fleuiIfiilIndIrect
IndIrect Taxation Taton Keherne IhP SebenieTiitl SebenieTiitlDo Tncy TncyDo t tDo j
Do Nay Oclcll Odel Got Rich While 1f1 He I Was TTMCovrrnor 1n 1nOonrnor WasGovernor
Governor and an Thry Tl Da Hay the to Lett Lettlatori LcJ Legiliters
liters Who 11 RIde With Wih the mack lions lionsCavalry 10rs 10rsCnal HorseCavalry
Cavalry Cnal Visit hl Harrlinan Uarrran Down UO Here HereSenator Dere Derentor HereSenator
Senator ntor Platt Pltt and exGor eG Frank Fank S SBlack 8 SBlack
Black Blck ha have > e had hd a long lng and wry satlsfao satlsfaotory It1fa It1fatory aatiafaoI
I tory talk at the th Fifth Firh Avenue Hotel Htl The Themeeting T TIremeeting
meeting mting between btween them thm took tk place pl0 on onWednesday ODWo ohWodneeday
Wo effort baa baabeen hasbeen
Wednesday eeay evening Icllng Every Evry efort b
been bn made mde to keep secret ICct the th fact that they theymet ty tymt theyinst
met mt and talked over the Republican nrpblc situa situation Itu situsthin ¬
thin lon In the State Stl of New ew York The news newscamo nw nwcm newscarno
camo cm out yesterday et rOy and William Wllm Barnes BarnesJr Dm
Jr chairman chirman of the th executive eXlcth committee committeeof rmte rmteof
of the Republican Rpblln Stats Stl committee commlt Col ColGeorge Cl ClOrg ColGeorge
George Org W V Dunn Dnn exchairman echalrmn of tbe Slats StaUicommittee Stt Slatscommittee
committee commtke William WiIm L Word Wad Republican Republicannational RpbUc Republicannational
national natinl committeeman commltkrmn for the th State and andReprcnrntatlYe ad adRIlntatle andRepresentative
Representative RIlntatle John Dwight Dwigt of Drydea Drydeaare Dydn Dydna
are a aware awa that ttt Mr Platt Plt and Mr M Black Blackhave Blc Blackhave
have hav come com to a aathfactory 8thtactryudrtnd satlitaetoryundtnmtaudlug satlitaetoryundtnmtaudlugAs understanding understandingA4
A4 A a result of the talk tlk it WM W said aad Uw UwPbtt thePiatL 1
Pbtt P tt forces lor in I the party Jtty iu Id sid d the Black Blackforces DWk DWkforI Blackforce
forces forI have hav entered rnurd into an offensive or nh mad arddefensive Indelreneh maddefensive
defensive elreneh alliance alince and in I addition additn to the theRepublicans tl tlIIPblimoa tlsRepublicans
Republicans named very ry many o other tner Repub Republicans Rpb Itepubhicans ¬
IIPblimoa licans lca in I all 1 tbe counties couUa arp a er to t be b con contulted 0 copsuited
suited wltd for the t purpose Ipl of perfecting precUnl on onorganization a aorgnlmton anorganization
organization orgnlmton inside llc of the t party prty which wbla which at atthe atU atthe
the U next State Stat convention onvntln will wi be b powerful powerfulenough Vrl Vrlrnoujh powduienough
enough rnoujh machine machiiwSenator msehln8nator machineSenator to t overthrow OutJrw the lUrrimanpdoll lUrrimanpdollmachiiw lrrlVOI IlarrlrnanDdollmachine
Senator 8nator Platt would wold have nothing not bIng to say sayabout sy syabout y yabut
about abut hU hi meeting moUn with Mr lr IlIooV lla anj anjsaid a aflisaid
said Id he regretted rgretted that thlt tbonetr tbo ne had hcI0Ir leaked leakedout leakedI
I out Mr Blaok was wa in 1 ir Troy Tryhore Troyahore where be bewas h hwa bewas
was equally silent Mr Platt and a Mr MrBlack MeBlack t tDuk
eul1 eent
wa l
Black Duk up to their the meeting meUnOQ on WednewUr WednewUrevening W WC4DO44Yevening I IeOC
tlnally e esUsaged esUsagedsince tTaos d dsince
evening had been jMUpnally f aly It
eOC since ae 1608 18 h when whe b Senator 8Mq Platt Pat luiwea luiweaon tMi tMiOf
Roosevelt Rooseveltfor
on the nomination nmlUon of Tiwcdore Tror nvelt
for Of Governor Overn r and Mr Black mak lust aa a deter determinedly detarmlnel daterminedly ¬
minedly mlnel declared dla that th ho be was u entitled elUt to Ia Iarenomtn a arenomination arenominatIon
renomination renomtn PersonaUy PrnUr however there therehas th therehas
has been bo no bitterness btll between betOI the two twomtn tome twomen
men me Mr Plait PJat at the time tme time9ffored offered oler to make makeMr mak muskMt
Mr M Black United Unle States Stat Senator Snator to succeed succeedEdward suooeedEdward uC
Edward Murphy Jr of Troy Toy the con condltlon condiion condillon
dillon Ewa being that Mr r Blaok should aoquli aoqulicsce aowo aowot aoqu aoquesce
diion tht
csce t In the nomination nominaton of Mr I Roosevelt Rooseveltfor nlelt nleltfor
Black was dissuaded dissuadedfrom disausdedfrom
for Governor Oernor Mr r Dack Wa du
from frm accepting tcpUng Mr Ir Plaits offer ofer at a lbs tbetime tb lbstime
the convention and andmade andmade
time and he went convetlonand convetlonandmmde
made tie a sturdy fight fght Wit ilt of course cour against againstoverwhelming ICan ICanoerwhelmln againstoverwhelming
overwhelming odds oddsTho ord oddsThe 4 4To
The To history hhtoy of the OdellBlook OdelDRk combina combination oo combinlion ln lnlon ¬
lion which whlo took from Mr Ir Platt Pltt fie control controlof
of lon tho Rcrul Rpu Hcin len Stato committee comitt Mr MrOdell MrOdel MrOdell
Odell Odel promising in I return relun to Mr Black Blackthat DI Blackthat
that he slould nloule be United Cnlt States SttoJ Senator SenatorIn Snt
In place plac of Mr Depe Dep I It too recent rCnt to need needrecapitulation n needrecaritulation
recapitulation rerltulto Ween Mr Odell Odl in January Januaryafter Janur Janurat Januaryafter
after consulting conultng Edward H I Harrirasn Harrirasnas lalan lalana
at declared for Mr MrDere MrI Ir IrI
as a court COlr of last lut resort rtrt delae fo
I Dere Drew Derew for United Unl o States Stt Senator Snstor he wrote wrotea wrot wrotn
hit hitchange blaonng hischange
a n long letter leter to Mr Black announcing anoung
onng change of o heart het Mr Black Daol hat ha not replbd replbdto rOjIJ rOjIJto
to Mr Odclls Odel letter letr Tie Te HarrimanOdell HarrimanOdelltriumvirate Ualdl IliurlmanOdehltriumvirate
triumvirate at AlbanySenator AlbanSnt Malby MalbySenator MalbySenator
Senator tumviate Boise IJ and Speaker 8pOke Nixon lonhuj lxonbi6 lxonbi6left have haveleft
left let Snto tho Platt Pltt people pople and tjo Black BI peapls peaplsout popl poplout peoplaout
out in the te cold cld and nd Gov 00 Hlggins Iglln has not notconsulted no noconsulte notconsulted
consulted consulte Mr Platt or o Mr BUck or o their theirintimate tei theirintimate
intimate Intiat friend lend on matters mttr of vital vllsll im importance importano3 ¬
portance portno to the party pat In the te State In Indeed Inde Indeed ¬
deed It is i asserted a atsertadtht tat Oov Higgins in inhis Inbls Inhis
de I t Icgn
his list talk tlk with wit Sa Senator ustor tor Platt Ilt attempted attemptedto attempt
to convince Senator Sntor Plait Pt ibat tat Mr Odell Odelland Odel Odelland
and Mr Ir Odells Odel friend frl nd had not nt been bn in any anyway ay ayI anyway
I way an dliloyal dhloIJ to Senator Sntor Platt Senator SanatorPlatt Bnstr Bnstri SenatorPlait
Platt couldnt see U in that light and on onhis onI onhis
i Pltt cldnt liht an
his h return from Alkon Aien two week wtk ago agohe 110 110J agoha
I Oov Higgins and lie tri triumvirate ittumIrate ¬
he J learned Imn tat Igg Ind te tl tli
i umvirate at All Alkany any had b apparently appaenty for forgotten forgotten ¬
gotten that tat there theo was as any such uo man mn on onearth onearth
earth Mth goten as A Senator Sntor flail Pu or o that taL Plait Pltt had hadany hadany
any friends left Ilft In the te Republican Rpublcn party partyIn paty
In the State Senator Sntr Platt Pmt remained remainedquleooont rCand remainedquiescent
quleooont clulelnt and an exOov eov Black has ba been beenequally ben beneualy beenequally
equally Dent tlent even though he and an lib libfriends hl hisfriends
eualy tboug
friends wore wee evidently evidnty considered oomlee at Al Albany Albany Albany ¬
bany to b b be away behind the lighthouse llgitiomaalong Ig140u Ig140ualonl lighthousealong
along with wit Plait Plat and Plaits Iltta friends friendsThis rrlnds rrlndsTh1 friendsml
This Th1 being bing the case cl Senator Snator Platt PlattMktd PlattMktdfor asked askedfor kd kdfor
for a conference conrnenc with wth Collector Cetor SUinahan SUinahanof Stunhn
of the Porl of New ew York n clone CII ftknd of ofGov ofCoy
Coy Ov higgins 1ggll and one 01 who wh desires dala thoGovernors the th theGovernors
Ornrl Governors political pltial advancement adonoelnt nt The Tbemeeting T Themeeting
mting meeting between btwn Senator Snatr Platt Pltt and Mr MrHtranabsn M MrStrsnaban
Htranabsn Btnabn occurred ocd a week wk ago ag in InPlatt Mr MrPlatts MrPlattm
Platt downtown dowtw office omo Mr l1 Platt PItt aDd sndMr aDdM mudMr
M Mr Strsnahan Strnah wen wnt went I over the th bills bi which whichWilliam whichWUUm whichWilliam
WUUm William Halpln Ialpln president peldnt of the New York Yorkxuntycommittee Yorkoountyenmznlttee ork orkcountycomtt
xuntycommittee countycomtt had ha IntroriuoedatAlbany IntroriuoedatAlbanyt Itduoedatlbnr Itduoedatlbnrat introduced atAlbany atAlbanyat
at t the th command rmnd of Mr I OJell Odl These Tl bills billsiffect bil biilsaffect
affect eot the tb Republic lpbl Republluth organization orglbaUon in I this tbtsunty Ibl Iblcouty thiscounty
couty county unty which whlb 1s 1 controlled contlld by Mr I Odell OdellSo Oll OllNo OdeilNo
No objection objecon it I was said eld was recorded recordedIther recordd recorddeither recordedeitheron
either eitheron on the t part Itof ptrtofMr of Mr M Platt Plat FlattorMr or > Ir I SIrens Stranaun Sta Stahan SIrensban
han un to the bill b1 which whcb would wuld reimburse relb Mr MrMell M hitOdell
Mell OellforAnou for forMvanots Advances made mo to 8upt Spt Ccergs cgs p W WMorgan WMrltan WMorgan
Mrltan Morgan of the t Bureau Du of Elections FJecUM Thesa Thesaidvanoss 1b Thensadvances
advances adnoa were Wre made md by Mr M Odell Ol It was wasld w wIld wassaid
Ild said ld hut fall fa1i and while wbll It Is not customary customaryor ctolY ctolYfora customaryforapartykader
fora forapartykader or a party leader Iadr to overswpappiopiiattons overswpappiopiiattonsnade torUpap opiatlna I Imde
made mde pty for any ay department dptmnt in i the tb State Stat In Inhe Intb Inthebeileforhope
lhat thatbe be will wlflhereirabure4 wlflhereirabure4it be reimbursed reimbursedt
tb thebeileforhope he belief bUd or hope bp tt b wl1 rlmb
It t was a decided dcdd it was Mid MId not to record recordsty Ioord Ioordan recordany
an any sty objection objecn to this bill billVery blU billVery
Very serious objection obJeon however WM WMcade W Wmde wasmade
made mde by ao Senator ntor Plait Iatt In his talk tk with withloUoetor wth wthColler withCollector
Collector Coller Stranahan Stha to the EUberg Ebi right rightif rebt rebtof rightof
of if search b bill b on the ground gud that it would wouldrork w wouldwork ud udwork
work havoc rather rabe than benefit beRtt In the theilayoralty te teMIrty theMayoralty
Mayoralty MIrty campaign in New Net York city cty next nextal n na neilsal
sal al a I This T ThIsbulgotupbyMrOdelVsfrlenda ThIsbulgotupbyMrOdelVsfrlendawas bill LU opin got up u by Mr 11 Odells OdUfr friends friendsras
was It wa wu argued arKo detriment dtrent to f re > e best bestnterests b bestinterests
interests itrt of the Republican publ party ell U over overhe ov oye oyethe
the he State Stta for the reason rol that It put the therty t J Jparty
party rty in the l position pliln of harassing bat oilizeortth oilizeo c4tlzowith t
with wlb domiciliary dmeUI visitation vltatn ev evn even n more mr ex exsnslvely utMaer axtsnelvehy
snslvely tMaer than tb Mr Odell Oell and a Mr H Hatpin Hatpinlarassed Ip flaiplabaraeedtboroterslnNewYorkoountyia4
hu baraeedtboroterslnNewYorkoountyia4 larassed tbe voter Totrel in New York ork county ouT last y ylb

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