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Cro crold c1 Expcoted ExPr < ottd a Managerial mttftln mttftlnMatch lugitigtctI lullnMilIch
Match gtctI In Court CourtIanarl Manager Nixon A Aruin Ad AtillU
ruin 1111 rontract to Control Oft O TneatriCoilt ThitruPI Tneatri lbutrttollt
Coilt uPI Hard to Find FlndLrISkaUa FlndLrISkaUaI FindLegal Legal BkaUn BkaUnDavid kiU kiUDeId
David I ld Bolasoo and hla hi arch enemy Abu Abuham AbraI AbrhIn
ham I Krlnngor almost came to blow at atcjo4o th thclno the thecl
clno cl of yesterdays O4tdY session Ion of the trb trbbeliro trbl trblbelJI tn tnLefre
beliro Supremo Court Jusloo Fitzgerald Fttgora1dthe c cthe of ofIhe
the counter suits sult between Belosco an anJoorpb and andJotlb r rJoeIib
Joorpb Brooks over the accounting fo fotho for forIho fi fitho
tho profits iruft of Tho Auctioneer BeUutcnd BeUutc Delucoand Beta Betand
and nd Brooks rook were nominally partners In th thproduction tbe tbeproduction ftprodutlion
production but Belosco pays 14 that Brook Brookwas Drooumeroly Droola
was a merely a dummy for Klaw t Erlangewtio Erlangei Erlangeiwho ErlAngerho
who ho b hf has testlflod only consented con entoo to glv glvhim JtO JtOhim ghbun
him a route for the show howon on his promise t tgive to tohe
give 1 he them half the protltDurthg profits profitsDuring profltsDUMIt
During the afternoon session Bomuc BomucCntfrinyer SarnuVnterinyer muel muelUnttrmyer
Cntfrinyer Belosoos De1a oo counsel ooun el elicited fronvarious fron tromuriOIl froiyarloua
various witnesses the statement that th thfirm the thefinM t trmg
firm rmg composing rornpo lng what Is known u th ththeatrical tho tho1I1ealriooI t tteatntil
theatrical trust namely KIaw ft Er Erlinger Erng LiJnger
linger ng r Al Hayman Charles Frohman am amMion and andfillon an1on
Mion 1on t < Zimmerman bad signed a con contract coytrect n ntract
tract which bound them Into a syndloati syndloatinii slldJoateaDd eynoatby
aDd nii by which they control the majority xnajonltyrt o oflrft 01 01r1
flrft r1 cl claM M theatres In the East EastWhen EMtWh EastWhen
When Wh n Justice Fitzgerald adjourned adjoxirneccourt adjournedrourt edjourytecourt
court Belatco who bad been sitting nea neabis neublA neabla
blA counsel roun el jumped up threw h1 hla hat anc ancovercoat and andotrroat anovercoat
overcoat on the lawyers table and tepplnj atepplngtoard eteppintoward tepplnjtoward
toward Erlanger shook his finger menao menaoUgly meaaoIngly menacIngly
Ingly In the tatters face f Klaw was u standthgoarby stand standlog etandInlt
log thgoarby thgoarby1e near by byIve byIe
Ive got yon now where I want you youblreed roublHotd youblRed
blreed Belaaco woo chopping bis words as a pair pahof pairor palof
of Klwors K1 r cuts paper Ill have you ou In Indlrtfd indlctd IndLctgd
dlrtfd for criminal conspiracy and nd d Il Ilbind Ill Illland 1 1land
land you in jail before I get through will willyou with7oU wityou
you Thl Is the evidence that Ive beetTilting beet beoenrailing beealtIng
Tilting for for years and Ill 1lIlhow show you uj ujcow upIIOW u uDow
cow before belo the people peopleHis people1ll
His 1ll a clerical collar almost blushed at hi hivigorous hllTtgoroull biigoroua
vigorous gestures and language and th thjoitltng the theJOltllng tbJoetling <
joitltng bystanders were ready for a tree freiexhibition treeexhibition firexhibition
exhibition of managerial fisticuffs fl ttculs buEnIaner but bulErUnger buttrlanger
ErUnger merely patted his white edged edgedP edgedTCPt dge < i ivect
vect P t and linking his h1 arm in Klawa wealout weal wentout en enout
out sneering sneeringWhen SDefringWhln enesringWhen
When Belasoos friends had hustled him himout blmout binout
out of the court room he broke away and anddashed anddaAbed an andiAbed
dashed frantically hack The crowd almost almostbroke almoebroke almo t tbroke
broke down the doors to follow him but bulturned butturned butuned
turned disappointed when he was W A seer seermerging eetnamer eeeiemerging
merging amer g triumphant hat on bead am amovercoat and andovercoat andovercoat
overcoat on his arm Then the Erlangeicrowd Erlangei Erlangercrowd Enlangeicrowd
crowd took the elevator and the Belasooitei Belasooiteithe
the stairs stairsDuring stainDuring etairsDuring
During the morning session Benjamin BenjaminF
F I Boeder Belasooa business manager managerrepeated lt1UJAgerreptated managerrepeated
repeated under crossexamination his hisJettlmony htslHttmonr hLftitlmony
Jettlmony that Klaw 4 Erlanger by putting puttingBrooks puttingBrooka puttinlBrooka
Brooka up up u u a dummy partner had double doublecrossed doubleerollStd doublecroeeed
crossed the people across the street streetmeaning ItrNtmeaning etroetmeaning
meaning the rest st of the syndicate In ordeito order orderto
to let themselves In on Belaooos good goodthing goodtblng goodthing
thing the starring of Dave Waifield WaifieldSamuel Wr1leldSamUt1 WarileldSamuel
Samuel F Nixon of Nlxon A Zimmer Zimmerman Zimmerman Zinunerman ¬
man the Philadelphia members > n of tho thosyndicate thodlcate theeyndlcate
syndicate dlcate was then coiled by Abe amber Gruberwaa Oruberzrangers amberErlangers
zrangers OOU1llOJ He denied that It Itwu Iiwas
was the custom cu tom in the syndicate to charge chargebig cbar cbarbig chargebig
big prices prl and allow rebates to a favoredfew favored favoredfew tavoredlew
few Nixon said he wanted to get away awayIn awayIn awayIn
In a hurry as be bad a date at Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlantioCltr AtlanticCity
City CityBetter Better wait a while Mr Nixon said saidMr MidMr ealdMr
Mr Untermyer as be took him In hand handfor handfor bandfor
for crossexamination CfO croes lezamlnatlon By the way isnt isntyour Lantyour Intour
your our name Nlrdlinger and not Nixon NixonYes NlionYes hcn hcnYee
Yes admitted admltt < < J the witness wlll1 NUons NUonsray Nlxonamy NIxonatnT
ray name for business a purposes purposeslilxon purpoeeaNlxoD purpoeee2ilxon
lilxon then testified tlfied though reluctantly reluctantlyand
and only In response re pol1lle to a searching rchlng cross crossexamination crO crossexamination ll lloumlnatJon
examination that in ISM 18g his hl firm had been beena
a party to a contract signed by Uayman UaymanKlaw lIaymanKIA ilaymanKiaw
Klaw KIA w A t Erlanger Er Iantfll C i Frohman In 1BOO 1BOOof 1 1900It goo gooIt
It was reneWed NIxon Mid he had a copy copyof copyof
of the contract In his Philadelphia office officebut oM oMcebut e ebut
but the original remained with Ilayman IlaymanMr
Mr Untermyer asked Nixon to produce producehis producehit
his copy Nixon said be couldnt just then thenThen thenThen thenThen
Then the lawyer demanded the original originalfrom orilDalfrom originalfrom
from Oruber OruberWe OruberWe OmberWe
We havent got It replied Abe Abe1 and you youknow rouknow youIniow
know IL It You cant pay play with me thatThat that thatway thatwar
Thats That a Just It Mid Untermyer Every Everytime Everytime Everytime
time we tried to play with you we found foundwe toundwe
we couldnt You wont let us play with withyou withTOu withyou
you youErlanger Erlanger was next called Iled by Mr fr Unter Untermyer Untermyer Vnterinyer ¬
myer but denied having any copy of ofthe otthe ofthe
the contract lie didnt believe there was wasany 1 1aDY wasP07
any Erlanger said that anyway it onlY omycovered onlYOOlred onyooered
covered about sixty slxt or sixtyfive theatres Uieatrosnot theatroanot theatresbot
not all the houses housesRobert hou houRobert housesRobert
Robert Walker Al Barmans secretary secretarytestified eecreJ1tlfled secretaryttstified
testified tlfled that Uayman had ba the original ofthe of 01the oithe
the contract in nls possession liayman liaymanhe
he said is I now automoblling in France FranceThats FranoeThats FranceThats
Thats a pretty safe are distance from fromhero rroml1el fromhere
hero l1el Bald Mr Untermyer Maybe Its ItsIn ItllIn ItsIn
In hla safe Could you blow it open for us usand uaand usand
and find out outYoull outYoull outYoulI
Youll have to do the blowing yourself yourselfreplied JOunelrreplied yourselfreplied
replied Walker WalkerMarc WalkerIaro WalkerMaro
Marc Iaro Klaw Erlangers partner also alsoremembered allOremembertd alsoremembered
remembered the contract but had no copyof copyof copy oopyor
of It lie remembered suggesting augge tlDg some somecf someor someof
cf its terms but was not allowed to disclose discloseparticulars diIcloeeartlculan discloseDont
particulars particularsDont artlculan artlculanDont
Dont you think you were skating onpretty on onpretty onpretty
pretty thin ice when you OU signed that docu document document document ¬
ment pretty close to criminal conspiracy conspiracyaiked oonep1ncrukeo conspiracyukel
aiked ukel lntermyorOh Untermyer UntermyerOh
Oh I dont know repUed Rlaw im imI Im ImPretty Impretty
I Pretty good skater anyway anywayNixon anYRarNixon anywayNixon
Nixon was then recalled reoall d and questioned questionedabout quetJonedboUI questionedabout
about the whereabouts of his copy of the thecontract tbeI theOOntract
contract He was doubtful whether he hecould hecould hecould
I could produce It or not today and though thoughhe
he begged to be allowed to finish his testi testimony 1811I testimnony ¬
I mony and go to Atlantic City Mr Unter Untermorning UntermYlr Untermoyer
mYlr told hIm to reappear for exan examination examinationtht natlon natlonthla
thla tht morning morningLET mOmlngI morningLET
The i he Rev Merle St Croix Wright Advlee Advleeto
to Mother on Discipline DisciplineTho DlldpllneThl DisciplineTha
Tho Rev Dr Merle St Croix Wright Wrighttalked Wrilthttalked Wrighttalked
talked about parental discipline to the theCity theCity theCity
City Mothers Club yesterday afternoon afternoonIt
It t the Murray Hill Hotel Hotellve HotelOhe Hotelle
Ohe lve the children more active accom accomplishments accom11lunenltdanclng acoomnplWunents4ancIng ¬
plishments 11lunenltdanclng dancing horseback riding ridinggymnasium ridingjjrnllAlllurn ridinggymnMsiwn
gymnasium work swimming he said MidI
I think that a child who associates closely closelywith clOtIOlywith closelywith
with the noble horse hor e cannot go far wrong wrongPraise wrongPrabie rong rongPra
Praise Pra Oll not blame is the great agent agentthat agentthat allentth4t
that helps children to grow For children childrenare
are all heroes and there is nothing notbln they theywill
will ill not do that tha you believe or expect I them themto themto
to do T wouldnt break a childs child s will for forAnything forRnthlng foranthLng
Anything nor take the bloom from Its Itsnature Itsnl Itsnature
nature There Is nothing In the world worldlike worldIke woyldlike
nl nlature like tho real nature of a child Andparenta And Andparents AndparentR
parents sometimes attempt to break the they theill thewill
will ill or the child when they themlflvos themlflvoslire
y lire re out of temper temperand and nd punish without cause causeInstead CUI1lb osuselnted
Instead lb tfld they theyshould should keep their heads cool cooland coolandtheir and andtheir andt
t their plr reason calm If the child chiidneed need punUh punUhtn punltbmlnt puntebTh
tn mlnt nt I
ntThe The Th punUhment pUnl lunent should fit the child and andnot andpot andnot
not pot tho crime Study your child It mar marto mA may1O
1O to 00 imaginative Im gloathe It may be sensitive Ifn tthe It Itrnay ItmR Itmay
may mR do A 1 mlvhlevoiw mlIChl vCllla thing jut for a acliAnce AIn achange
change In that case how can you punlnh punlnht
It > t by any set of hard and fast rules AJwav AJ Always AJI AJay ¬
ways wav ay make the child understand just why
It I i Is being punUhed punUhedI punlh
1 consider that to bring up one child childnight chUdmllh childmight
night be called nn art but to bring brln up IJI manymust many manywut man manmut
must be a handicraft Children get licked lickedami lickedIIn1 lickedand
and whipped and rounded Into shape shapepcndflnoe IIhapoIIItIODR shapeamong
IIItIODR other children They net Indo IndoJltnoonoe lodepefldencr
pcndflnoe in IhU thl way and that Is I really the theXprlenee th thr IheufIIrlence
ufIIrlence r > rienc of th world It seems to me meyou meOil meyou
you Oil cant let a child too much alone aloneFreedom aloneI aloneProedoin
Freedom companionship fellowship followablparo
I laethese inve thews are what children need By Bytrusting
trusting tniptln and believing in them you ou can cannrlng can1g
bring 1g about the things In i them that you youdere youIre youdealie
dere Ire to see tie It works like Christian Christiannclfnce ChrlatlanEfJl ChristianScience
Science EfJl It seems 1I mI tq me that tbs lesson lessonbetween lessonbetween leMOnWNn
between WNn parent and child U one of red recirrpdtythst redIroMlrlhat reelprOitytbt
rrpdtythst each grows through tbro h the theJthw thehr thectlvr
Jthw ctlvr hr And I believe that the children childrennave ohUdrenmore childrenhe
he nave more rights ri ht against aln the parents reI1ta than thanton thanthe
ton 1 parents have gave against the children childrenA
A discustloabjrjbxaothen b7 mo moI moJ fcjlowgdj P °
u A tt ttRooImJt
Square Pcall DealIDUery
RooImJt RooImJtr
I DistiIJery utfflery Rgffly ri Btlingffcmt Bottling Bottlinghtmt g gmOunt
mOunt htmt Tmton Tmtonj tmon tmonIts
Its j Square I ISquare ISluare ISquarc
Square Whiskeyin in Square SquareBottles SquareBottles SquareBottk
Bottles BottlesTHE BottlesTHE BottkTHECOOK
This lbl and UtI UCllaClon tat I on by New York DoCompany Do DoCompany Dock DockCom
Company Com pan Cause a Shut Down DownAll nouAll DownAll
All work on the Brooklyn end of t tubway tbe tbesubway I Isubway
subway tunnel under the East JUver lUverethp w wstopped WAI WAIstopped
stopped ethp yesterday e terday by bya a suit brought broughtthe 1 1tho by bythe
the Now York Dock Company against agaImttunnel t ttunnel tbo tbolunnel
tunnel contractors In tho Supreme Oou OouBrooklyn Court CourtDrookJyn CouBrooklyn
Brooklyn and a second blow blowout out und undthe under undertbe unc uncthe
the river which occurred on Sunday tt tttlmo tbls tblstlmo ti titime
tlmo in tho couth tube where work h hbeen baa baabeen Ii Iibeen
been steadily progressing clues the act actdent accl accldent acdent
dent of two week ago when Rlchai RlchaiCrvedon IUchardCroodon ZUchaCruedon
Crvedon was shot up through the botto bottoof bottom bottomof bottof
of the riverThe river riverThe ri1orThe
The latent late t blow blowout out occurred at a tin tinwhen tlmo tlmowhen tl tlwhen
when tbere was no men at the working er erof end endof siof
of the touth tube The tube la floodehowever floode floodehowever l1oodedbow
however bow ever and because of the lltlgatl lltlgatlover litigation litigationover litigatiover <
over the work neoewary for repalrlothe repairing repairingtbe repainlithe
the rent made in the river bottom I Ithe b bthe I Ithe
the compressed air that shot Creodon Creodonthe I Ithe to tothe
the surface the contractors have decide decideto decided decidedto decidito
to shut down Indefinitely IndefinitelyThe
The Interborougb company baa a oltut oltutn cl cln
n Its contract by which the city agrees aeesprotect I Iprotect to toprotoct
protect it from all Interference In rferonoo wil wilthe with withthe wiLhe
the work of building the tunnel Tt TtCorporation TICorporation The TheCorpontlon
Corporation Counsel therefore appeare appeareIn appeared appearedIn appeareIn
In Special Term yesterday before Juatic JuaticMaddoz JIIUoeMad Juathilnddox
Mad Maddoz 10x In defence of the contractor contractorwhom oontraotonwbom oontraotorshomn
whom the th New York Dock Company see seeto eeek eeekto eesin
to restrain by injunction from dumplndirt dumping dumpingdirt dwnpleiirt
dirt stone ana and sandhagg In the river alone aloneide alongIde aloniide
> ide one of their piers to cover the oanva oanvacap oanvucap canviap
cap that was M lowered after the aoddec aoddecjf aocldentof aocideif
jf two weeks ago agoCorporation agoCorporation agoCorporation
Corporation Counsel Rives deolarhat declare deolared deolaredtbat declarehat
hat the city the real defendant in th thnatter the thematter lbflatter
matter was fully able ta t respond re pond to dan danges damage danges
age ges for any Injuries the plaintiff pll DtUr rnlgb rnlgbnistaln mlgbtII1l mnigtoietaln
II1l nistaln laln by reason of the fllllng In of th thiraterway thll thllwalerway iiatcrway
iraterway beside be lde the companys dockivnd dockLnd docks docksand
and argued that the Injunction shoul shoulilalntlo ahould ahouldnot shouliot
not be ranted It was contended by the theplalntills lb lblaIntIfi
plalntills ilalntlo a attorneys that the contraoto contraotoho contraotorswere contraotovcie
were going on with the work without an ananctlon any anyIIalIctlon
IIalIctlon or law since the order appolntlng appolntlngtho appointinho
ho commissioner to condemn the prop proprtv propertv prorrtv
ertv rtv of the plaintiff had not been filed filedThe ftledThe filedthe
The Corporation Counsel admitted thshe that thahat thatthe
the he order lied not been flIed but IDIIl inaisto inaistohat ted tedthat
hat this did not Invalidate the proceed proceeda
In ng u the a defect ooulll a be remedied tf i iIce JUl JUltlce Ju JuIce
Ice Maddo Bald II d that the defendant w wwrongfully Wa Waerongtully II IIwronllfully
wrongfully there since the order appoint appointle apPQlntIng
Ing ng the oommllOll commissonere one had not been flied fliedJle
Jle le suggested IlUggeetl < l that a bond be required o orv of ofthe c che
the he defendant and took the papers reserv reservIng reserog rv rvng
Ing ng decision decision1RE decllonFIRE decisionqRE
mere Was a Heal Fire re bnt 35OO Rchoo RchooChildren liMoolCblldren Ichoc2illdren
Children Marched a aa If There Werent WerentFire UerentF1re WerentFire
Fire was discovered yesterday In Room 1 1f 18 18ot If
ot > f Public School S in Hancock street flea neatedfordavenue near nearDedforda1enuo fleaiodrodavenue
tedfordavenue Brooklyn and lSOOchlldrei lSOOchlldreinarched 1500 I 500 cbUdren cbUdrenmarch cbildreinarched
march narched through smoke tothe to tbe tbestreet street undoreat under undeieat undergrent
grent reat eat nervous nervoustenelon flervoustenelonbutwithout tension but butWUbout without a breal brealn breakin brealthe
in n the lines lnes A thousand more at tbe earn samiime earnroe ms mstime
time roe marched from the primary departent depart departnent department
nent ent in the annex building In charge of i ireman a awoman i ireman
reman principal All got to tbe sties streeirithin stiesrjtJ treetwithin
within rjtJ three minutes mlnut before the are engine enginerrlved en gtnei gtneimired es esani
ani mired rrlvedThe miredThe Tl < I IThe
The fire waa discovered In a a closet of tin thilasaroom tinLasaroom beclasaroom
lasaroom by a boy monitor who was li libarge InchArge lxarge
barge arge of the empty room while tbe clan olasiraa olaMwall clanas
wall raa In the auditorium on the third foci flooiritb l100rwltb fociltb
wltb ritb several other clannes receiving a music musicsson mlllliclell8OI1
lell8OI1 sson The boy Hay Wiggins ran to th thffice tin tbeoalce tinice
oalce ffice ice of Principal Le Salle H White who wbcraa whoWail whcas
Wail raa entertaining aa a visitor John Con Contance Conatancea C Cance
atancea tance a former pupil and told of the fireIrincipai fire firePrincipal firePrincipal
Principal White rang the fire bells foi foioth forboth foioth
both oth the main school and the annex giving glvlnltbe givingI0
tbe 10 hurrr signal for the theannex annex and the clauOtn class classooms clasarooms
rooms Otn and notifying the professor of muse mU80to mnu mnukeep
to 3 keep the children In tbe auditorium at atielr attht1r aleir
tht1r ielr eir singing for half a minute to enable enablehe enablethe enabJe
the he e children on the lower floors to get t down downtho downe
tho 10 e stairways stairweysbefoze a before tbe 000 OO singers started startedown ltarteo ltarteodown startedplan <
down downThe own ownThe
The plan worked wen the children chiIdrecsstyvokesbelogheard chl1drmsluatl e ela
luatl styvokesbelogheard OIs being htard elnitlnlt ethgtngUalI nail Column Columbla Columnd
bla la d by those tho e on the lower floors who were wereIready werealready wereready
already aware that the signals were for no noere nomere nolore
mere ere fire re drill but the real reallhlnlt thing as they theylarched theymarched theyiarched
marched through the smoke to the street streetTbe IllreoetThe streetThe
The children were calm although aware awareiat awarethat awareat
that iat at the signals for a fire exit had been heroounded beenlIOunded beenUfldOd
ounded When the classes from tb the audl audiirium audlrium audltorium
torium > rium began to file out into the halls and andown anddmrn andwn
dmrn own wn the stairways the smoke was plainly plainlyIscomlble plainlynl plain plainsoemnlble
nl Iscomlble yet there was no excitement excitementlie excitemenhe
Th lie teachers stood on the stain RIal and at their thrlrarious theirulous Ihrlrarioua
arious posts until the lost child had passed passedut pusedout pasaeiPrincipal
out ut
utPrincipal Principal White after giving the sIgnals olgnalsad hnnl hnnlhad
had ad hurried to Room 18 l with a chemical chemicalitlnguUher cllmlmJextlnKUIIItr chemical chemicaldingulaher
itlnguUher and aided by Mr Constance Conotanoeled Confltanoetried Constanceled
tried led to put out the fire which was In a aloset acloset aoset
closet among a lot of papers and school echooljpplles echoalluppUra schoolippilce
jpplles The fire had gained considerable considerablepadway oonllillersblehlal1way considerableadwny
padway and was too much for the pun prinIpal punpal I Idpal
dpal pal and his assistant They were about aboutbent aboutto aboutbeat
to > bent a ret relrellt rent when the firemen arrived arrivednd arrhldand
and nd noon subdued eubdut the flames using only onlyje onlytbA
tbA je iC chemical extinguishers extlnpuUhersAfter exUnJUl hrR hrRAfllr
After half an hours delay and excitement excitementi
the i e children were ere marched bock Into their theirlassrooms thtlrclal8rooms theirasamoms
lassrooms and all Milled down to study studyi
unusual tmdoocurred tmdoocurredMORK hndoocurredJI0nB hedoccurredMOIW
All i I though nothing nothtn
AD a Additional Gift of Uooo 000 From Ire IreJUitrJtoDlrklnionCollcir Iron IronJlICrl IronMast4tO
Mast4tO JUitrJtoDlrklnionCollcir JUitrJtoDlrklnionCollcirCABUSLB JlICrl to Dickinson CollegeCABUCLE College CClIltKtoCAIILJIIL1
CABUSLB Pa April 10 10PrCOldent President Roeif Rood Roodof ReedDickinson
of f Dickinson Dlckln on College announces an addl addlonal addltlonal addiDnal
tlonal onal gift of 111000 by b Andrew Carnegie Carneglr
his entire doua douaon douatlon donaDO
flr > r I Conway Hall making
tlon on 01000 and him the sole donor of the thetell tbellAlI theAU
llAlI tell H will be necessary n for Dr Reed R to toilso toraiAo tolso
raiAo ilso lso an equivalent sum He reports re > Orts
18000 18000 000 already contributed for Denny Hall 11a1Inow I Iw HallW
now > w nearing completion and 12000 12000raise yet yetto yetraise
to < raise to reach the necessary n8Oellll ory 70000 170000For 70000Favor 70000Favor
Favor Citing Giitn Cram III ilia 8200000 8100000Tenement 8200000Tenement 8200000Tenement
Tenement House Commissioner Crampoared Cram Cralppoared Cr aln alnRppoared
ppoared yesterday before tho AldermenI Aldermen MdermonsInanos AldermonlFlnnnoo
Flnnnoo I nance Committee to urge the appropria oppropriaon
Oon on n o of MO000 to enable him to employ emploddltional empJoyadditional employIditlonal
additional Inspectors Chairman Donohue Donohulid DonohueIIILId Donohueid
IIILId lid that the committee would report in inivor Intavor inLVOT
tavor ivor of the appropriation Should tbe tbeIdermen tbeAldermen theldemnen
Aldermen adopt ado tbe report the Board oard ofetimate of ofMiraate ofrtImale
Miraate will have to concur before Mr Mrtain hlrlrain Mnrain
lrain rain gets hi his money moneyNow moneyNow moneyNow
Now is theTime the thoTime theTime
Time to too tooontlaot tooontsaot
o oontlaot on tract for 0 fetephono te tephono fete olGaphono
phono sorvloo at tho thoHaw thflN he heNow
Haw N W Roduoed Rams Ratoaand Ramsand Ratosand
and Qft your YO name namoIn nlllfl8In namein
In the thoMAY UI UIMA theMIY
Call OOtO Oortlanttt OortlantttOontraot OtlllnfltOonflltOr OollandtOofltraCt
Oontraot Dept D Pt ana anaGot IUId80ta andOeta
Got 80ta 80taTelephone OetaTelephone a
AbntUng Owner Mart De Compennt Compenntfer Compeaaattdfer
fer Light and Air AltbOBcn tbs Ill IllCommanded t tCommanded tato tatoCommanded
Commanded the Bo Boad ad to Build t tViaduct tbo tboViadoct8eyrrat I IYlaductHever1
Viadoct8eyrrat Viaduct tieveral Million Involve InvolveTho lJIyolndThe latelyThe
The Supreme Court of tho United Btat Btatgave Statel StatelgaTe ftagave
dlvld dlvldcouit divided dividedOOUI dividcowl
gave a decision yesterday by a
cowl OOUI t In favor of the plaintiff In the a aof oa oaof cuo cuoof
of Henry Muhlker against tho Now Yo YoCentral York Yorkntrsl Y YCentral
Central ntrsl Railroad and the New York ni niHarlem nDd nDdHarlem a aHarlem
Harlem Railroad Muhlker owns propeiat proper properat property propertyat
at llith street and Park avenue and andsued 1 1sued he heued
sued to recover damages after the ni nisteel now nowateel n nsteel
steel viaduct was erected by tbo railroad railroadfront railroadfront In Infront
front of his premises I mllce The Court of A Apeal Ap App d dpeals
peal p al of this State decided that be was n nentitled not notentitled i ientitled
entitled to damages and he took the theto oa oato oaeo oaeoto
to the United States Sta Supreme Court Courttbe Courtthe on onthe <
the ground that be had been depth depriviwithout doprivedwithout depthwithout
without compensation of his proper properIn property propertyIn pmpeiIn
In the shape of easements of light and a aThe air airTbe a aThe
The Court so holds Nearly a bunch hundnlike bundred bundredlike bunchlike
like oases Involving claims for near nearly
3000000 are affected by the decision decisionAfter decisionAfter decisionAtter
After awarding damages in several severalthe severalthe or orIhe
the suits tbe Now York court In the pre preent pretent pocot
ent case reversed by a divided bench benchstand I Istand Ita Itastand
stand in tbe prior cases and held that thatthe i itbe u utbe
tbe statute authorizing the change of grat gratmade grade grademade gramade
made that action compulsory upon uponcompanies tl tlcompanies tho thooompanlee
companies and the right of access restore restoreby rtlltored rtlltoredby resterby
by the elevation of the tracks offset the lo loby 10111 10111byllsbt Ic Icby
by byllsbt light and air the roads were not llab llabfor Uable Uablefor Us Usfor
for damage Muhlker then appeals appealsHlhu appealedElihu appeabElihu
Elihu Root appearing for him himJustice himJusUoo himJuetloe
Justice McKenna who gives the opinion oplnlcof opinionof oplntof
of the court says ea8 that the command commandthe or orthe <
the State and tbe duty of the railroad railroadobey I Iobey to toa
obey a be might nevertheless encounter U UInviolability the theinviolabUity t tinviolability
Inviolability of private property propertyThe propertyThe propertyTbe
The taking of the tracks from the trenc trencand trench trenchand treniand
and placing them upon an elevated strut strutturn Itruoture atmlure
turn undoubtedly restored access to tfc tfcproperty the the1roperty ti tiproperty
property but deprived It of light and al alTo air alio
To do this was to make one easement d dpendent de dependent dpendent <
pendent upon another both being It Itseparable In Inscparable Ii Iiseparable
separable attributes of property and equal equalnecessary equallnooos oqustnecessary
necessary nooos ary to Its enjoyment It was in inpossible 1mpollllible inpossible
possible to conceive of a city without et slfeta slfetaor atrec atrecor re < t tor
or with lIh any an benefit in streets If the prop propeasements proerty proierty
erty abutting on them had not attacbed attacbedto attacheto
to II as A an ellllllntlal and Inviolable part parteaaementa par pareasements
easements of light and air as well as a asaccess o oacoess 0ao
access acoessIt ao accessIt < e eIt
It was 81 something like mockery to glv glvone gl1e gl1eone gi gione
one access acce a to property which might b bunfit be beunflt bunfit <
unfit to live on when one got ot there Be Because DecaUlle l3 l3reuse
cause the owner might cross the rallroac rallroacat
at more places on the street the State i iwas It I Iwas
was contended could authorize dirt cinder cinderand clndenand cinderand
and smoke from 200 trains a day to b bdecision be bepoured bpoured <
poured Into the upper windows or his bou housQuoting e eQuollng
Quoting from a decision by tho New Jerse Jersecourts Jeney Jeneycouru Jerseourti
courts Justice McKenna said that th thright the theright tbright
right of abutting owners to light and al alwas air airwu atwas
was founded In such an urgent necesslt neccoaltthat necessltthat neceMltythat
that all laws taw and legal proceedings too tooIt took tookIt toolIt
It for granted gmnlooa a right so strong that I Iprotected It ItprotfCted Iprotected
protected itself so urgent that upon an onYork anattempt antempt
attempt tempt to annul annular or Infringe It It would wouldlIet wouliet
lIet et at defiance all ItglilaUv3 macthlenta macthlentaRnd coactknentnd
Rnd nd aU Judicial deci deciione lon That In New NewYork Ne Neyork
York the easements could be taken awe awaIn aain aweLfl
In Lfl the Interest of the public had been settle settleIn settinin ettledIn
In the elevated railroad taIlOR which d dclared de declared deIared <
clared them to be properly within the pro prolection protectJon proection
lection of the constitutional provision fo focompensation lor lorcompen6tJon foomnpensation
compensation The plaintiff bought under undethe underthe undeihe
the he assurance of these cases casesChief caMIIChief casesChief
Chief Justice Fuller and Justices White WhitePeckham WhitePeckham WhitePeckham
Peckham and Holmes dissented on tin thiground thoground tinyround
ground that the majority opinion Rave to togreat too toogreat toyreat <
great weight to the rights of the thelndlvidUD thelndlvidUDand Indlvldua Indlvlduauid Individuaud
and too little to the power of the State anc ancthe and andthe ancbe
the welfare of the public publicAlbert pubUoAlbert pubiloAlbert
Albert B Harris general attorney ol oltho or ortbo ciho
tho Hew ew York Central refused refu ed yesterday yesterdajto
to 0 dUcUM d cu411 the decision or to give any nnyoplnlon nnyoplnlonu oplnlor oplnloru
u a to what effect It might have on otbeisawn other otherCARM otbeccaMs
sawn pending for damages dama in Park avenue avenueHe aenuelie avenueIto
He said It would be Impossible bnpo dble to talk talkIntelligently talkInttlllltOntly talioteiligontly
Intelligently on the matter until he had had haci hada barchance
a i chance to read the decision The aggre aggregate altltf8gaC aggreate ¬
gaC gate ate amount Involved in the Park avenue avenutdamage avenuedAmAltf avenwkmags
damage suiu ul wai wa large but just how large largebo largeie
bo 10 could not say eayThe 88YThe sayThe
The decision d lslon caused oa something of a stli stlin Ur UrIn
In n Wall Street and in romo quarters the theiecllne tbodfCIInA theiodine
iodine of IJf 1 In New York Central stocl stoclwas etockwu etoclirae
was attributed to the adverse action ol olhe orthe cihe
he courtfl1xo court courtrrxo oourtJI
rrxo > JI ll MAX FELL 1 INTO vro TO HALl JIALIfoman HALLVoman
Woman foman Opened < 1 Door DoorThink Thinks lie Is I P J JRear oJfinfl 7 7Sears
Rear a Former Hoarder HoarderA
A man believed to be Patrick J Bear Bearut Beanput SearsUt
put ut a bullet In his right temple as he sat at onhe on onhe onthe
the he stoop of the boarding house at 177 177last 177iut 171aat
iut last aat Seventythird street lost night Mrs Mrsohn MnJohn Mrsolin
John olin Drew who keeps the house heard heardhe beardthe heardice
the he shot and opened the front door As Ashe Mabe Ashe
abe he did so the mans body fell Into the hall hallbe halltbe bailbe
tbe be man having leaned against the door doorMr doorloin doorMrs
Mr Drew is Is an elderly woman She Sheot Sbegot Sheot
got ot one glance at the mans face and then thenbe theni
sb be e refused to look at him again She told toldollceman toldoliceman
ollceman Mussmacher of the East Slxty Slxtyeventh Sixtyventh
seventh street station tbat she thought tho thonan th thman thsan
nan an was Scars who ho boarded at her house housintll boUMuntil houseotil
until three weeks ago agoThe ago1ne agoThe
The man was rllll alive but unconscious unconsciousrhen uncoMClouwben unconscioushen
hen the policeman arrived lie was sent sento IItntto sentthe
to o the Presbyterian Prt byterlan Hospital where It was wasaid wu1d wastid
aid 1d he could not live He is about co < 0 yrars yrarsild yrarsId an anold
old ild In his pockets tJ < I keta were savers l18Oeral letters lettersddretMed IllItnadelflllllCd lettersddrosaed
ddretMed to Soars at tho Seventythird Seventythirdtreet SeventyllurdfltlfOt
treet house Hn U also had a number of ofertiflcates ofcerUfca ofttficates
cerUfca ertiflcates ttficates of stork among them 10 shares sharesf ahoCIIor
or > f American Malting stock tock 10 shares hnir of ofthannon ofSbannon ofharmon
harmon stock and 25 3 sharps of Dominion Dominionron DominionIron
Iron ron and Steel par value of 1100 100 a share shareIe aharelie hairFe
lie Ie also had a conductors chock showing showinghat sholngthat showingiat
hat he had come hero from Wllllmantlo Wllllmantloonn WIlUmanUoConn
Conn onn nn on April 3Mrs 3 3Mrs 3Mr
Mrs Mr Drew WM BO upset that she he would ould not notto notgo
go to 0 to the hospital to make the identification thnldonUflcatlonIJ011l1ho identificationjoeltlvo Identificationoeltivo
IJ011l1ho joeltlvo All she knows about Sears n Is Ishat Isthat iscat
hat cat he was employed < 1ln In the th summer time timein tJm tJm11ft
11ft in N a 1 coachman for BOrne wealthy man and andn nndIn andwinter
In n winter worked on some boat plying be beween between bepeefl
ween hero and Boston BostonFfeV lJotolonllIrN liostonr
rest Fnrt Avenue Block ok nescoed flo flotnnIn Prom 30 30Inning 20Innlnlf
Inning tnnIn nanin naninThe GamtThe anni anniThe
The block In West End avenue between between03d between103d between13c1
103d 03d and 104th streets was calm and peacl peace peaceul peaceful
ful ul l yesterday thanks to the effort eltorti of Cliarle CliarleEagon CllllrieaP CharlesEagan
P Eagan former Coramlsaaryaoneral of ofho 01the ofo
the ho o United States Army who was 1 promi promltent promicut prominent
tent In the Investigation Inn UgaUon of the canned food fooderved foodfIIIned foodrved
erved to the soldiers In Cuba lie lives livest 11111At
At t 807 Wet End avenue avenueGen aenueOen avenueCon
Gen Eagan complained to Police Com ComnUsloner CommwlonDr Corntiasionor
nUsloner McAdoo that tbe block was In Inrested Invested inested
rested by twoscore or more of boys all alltrong allItroDg anrong
trong of lung who played twenty inningall Inning Inningnail inningnll
nail all games from fron dawn to da cloak < k Copt Coptweeney CapeSweeney CaptweeflOy
weeney of tbe West 100th street stationnt station statronfIIInt stationnt
fIIInt > nt plain clothes men around and broke brokop brokeUIJ
UIJ p the game gameIt galnesIt
It was not tbe children of the block who wholueed whooaUMd whoiused
oaUMd lueed the trouble said Con Eagan last lastt lalltnlgbt lastIght
nlgbt Ight There are only n tow of them themhwt
hwt 4 t there went a lot of boys from elsewhere elsewhereud elsAwhereard
ard ud ct they bowled < I yelled screamed shouted shoutednd < 1 1and
and nd hooted They made a simply unbear unbearble unbearable Unbearsie
able ble noise I have been thanked for my myctlon myaction mytlon
action by most of the residents of the thelock tbeblock thelock
block blockREFonUATOl11rS lock locklEFOnMATOHlES lockZFOR1ATOUI1S
00 e O Evan and 111 lllsYowig Younr 1oun Wife t te He HeSeparated nelifpanttd BeKeparated
Separated One Year YearLeVM 1nrLeoeM YearLeeM
LeVM Evans and his eigbteenyear eigbteenyeard eigbt eayear eayearId year yearold
old Id d bride Florence who last week pleaded pleadedullty pleadedKUUty pleadedlty
ullty lty to forgery were arraigned yesterday yesterdayr
for > r sentence in the County Court Brooklynzdge Brooklyn Brooklynudge DrookJynJudge
Judge Asplnall sent Evan to the Elmira Elmiraleformatory ElmiraRerormatory Elmiraeformnatory
leformatory and the girl to the Bedford Bedfordeformatory BedrordRerormatory Bedfordsforznatory
eformatory It was said on behalf of ofle oftlto
tlto le 0 young woman that in indorsing the thehecks theecks theobeckll
hecks ecks to which Evans signed the name of ofer otber ofr
ber er r father W B Springer she bad thought thoughtbe thougbtsbe
sbe be I0 was doing nothing wrong Judge Judgejplnall JudgeAaplnaU Judgeptn1l
jplnall said that under the law he bad no notcretioa nod1ioreUon noicetiOn
tcretioa in to the case and that thatabe aha aboW would uId uIdJ
0 0e
e 1
Start nave Da New DormItorIes or LimIt th thNumber the theNumbtr itTumber
Number of Students MadrntPoranKEEraie StudentsPovonxnarsra
PoranKEEraie PotrO XEENltE April AprilIOIt 10 10If If some of th thmultimillionaire tbo tbomu1UmlIUonairea tImultlmililonairee
multimillionaire of the country will tun tuntheir tumtbeir 1wtheir
their eyes Vassarward Vaa arward they will oonfe oonfea oonlera
a favor on the faculty President Taylor Taylowould Taylorwould Tayicwould
would gladly accept a check for a mlllloi mlllloior millionor mililoor
or two to provide new dormitories without withouwhich withoutwhleb withotwhich
which it will be necessary to limit the num number number nurmher
ber of students at the college to 1000 fo fofive for forIl fcfive
five Il years yearsThere YMrThore yearsThere
There are now M students at the college collegeand oollegeand oollegand
and many young women will be turn turnod turnodaway tumaway > r raway
away next year for the applications will wilrun willrun wirun
run far beyond beyond the thousand mark John JohiD JohnD Job JobD
D Hockefeller has l been > eon a liberal oontrlbatoi oontrlbatoito
to the college In the past It is though thoughthat thou thoughthat Aht Ahtthat
that he may come to the relief of the instltu instltution lnaUtutlon institulion
lion and provide the much needed dormitory dormltorjnonoKVs dormitoryroom doninitoiroom
nonoKVs nonoKVsShe
She I II Ktm an Erie Station StallonPendlng Pending rendn lIe ITrLegal Der DerLeoral lIeLegal
Legal hattie for Itroonnltlon ItroonnltlonViceChancellor 1IOOlI1ll1onVloeChancellor ileonsultionViceCbanceflor
ViceChancellor Garrison heard argu argurnent argUement argumont
mont yesterday In Chancery Chambers ChambersJersey ChmberaJersey ChambersJersey
Jersey City In the suit brought by tbi tbiMayor tbedayor tbMayor
Mayor and several Erie Railroad ommuton ommutonto
to enjoin the Erie from wiping the station sUtloiat stationat
at Hohokus off o the railroads map Train Trainhave Trainshave Trainhave
have stopped ItOp at Hohokus for over half halfcentury c ccentury a acenlury
century and the commuter didnt takithe taki takekindly takikindly
kindly 10 the proposition to dl dlseontinui dlseontinuithe contlnuo contlnuothe
the service after April 1 A prollml prollmltable prelimInAry prelimInAryInjunction pmliminarinjunction
Injunction was obtained and the old time timetable tImtable
table Is now in operation Messrs Colll Collins CollinsCorbin CoilixaCorbin
4 Corbin represented < 1 the railway com company oomP cornpany
pany P J1y and Lawyers Doremui of Ilohoku Ilohokuand Uobokuaand Ilobokuiand
and Charles D Thompson appeared for tin thicomplainants the thecomplalnanta tincomplainant
complainants The ce was adjourned adlourncxuntil adjourneduntU adjournedtintil
until next Monday Meantime the pre prellmlnary preliminary pieliminary
liminary Injunction will continue continueFODtfTAIX continueFO continueFOUNTAIN
In Aster Howe Ilaiement IIlIementIumNt Turned on at atMeter at atlIettrSuptr11uoU iitIetcrSuperfluous
Meter lIettrSuptr11uoU Superfluous rnalneA EngthA rnalne lUKInHA
A clerk in the store of D A Doyle In the thibasement thebuement tinbasement
basement of the Astor House let a stoamei stoameitrunk IIteamertrunk steameltrunk
trunk fall from the top of a high tower oi oitrunks oftrunk citrunks
trunks yesterday afternoon It struck It ruck a achandelier achandelier achandelier
chandelier and knocked off one gus jet jetThe JetThe jetThe
The escaping gas caught fire from anothri anothrijet anothrrjet anothecjet
jet and in lotto than a second the middle middleof middleof
of the room looked like a fountain of flame domeTbe flameThe flameThe
The gas was turned of ort nt the metre metrebefore metrebefore metrebefore
before any an damage was done but a by bystander bystander bystander ¬
stander turned in a tire alarm which whichbrought whichbrou whichbrought
brought brou bt three engines a watertower and anda andbattalion
a battalion chief chiofThe ehlofThe chiefThe
The guests of the hotel who wero in the theparlors therlorB theparlors
parlors rlorB und the ofiloe began to be interested interestedwhen intertVlleelwben Interestedwhen
when the engines stopped before the door doorbut doorbut doorbut
but the Apparatus iw a on the way homo homobefore bomobefore homebefore
before they could develop a scare scareFAMILY scareF411iL1 llalreFAUn
Father Itrrnned to Leave Daughter Deador Dead Deador Dtdor
or CrrebroSilnal Meningitis MeningitisMrs MeningitisMrs llmtnKIU11rt1
Mrs Frieda Batsch of 70 Madison street streetBobokcn streetnoboken streetEloboken
Bobokcn and her four children cb IIdren whose whofongla whotongeu whoseigee
ngeu range from 8 to 12 were quarantined quarantinedIn
In n the detention room at police headquar headquarter ¬
ten ter cue In that city Ute on Sunday night soonslIer soon soonBatsch IIOOnafter
after her Ilncyenrold dau daughter hler Momle Momledied Mamielied
died of cerebrolipnal meningitis herman BermMDallCb hermanliatach
Batsch refund toloavo o loavo the room where wherehU whomb
h hU b > daughters body wn WM laid out and theolon the thenolioo Ie Iepoll
disturb him himPOSTLM bllll1STtU him1OSTLM
poll nolioo < A did not
Jwrr nw nwC1IILDRE3N
Or D Mothers Food and Drink DrinkMany DrinkMany rlak rlakMan
Many Man babies have boon launched Into Intolife Into1Iro IntoRio
life with Ith constitutions weakened by dIn dlucnso di diCMO dInease
ease taken takel1ln in with their th 1r mothers milkIotliorb milk milkMother lk lklothelti
Mother cannot bo too careful oa to tho thofood thofood thefood
food thcyunewlillo they utlewhl16 nursing their babes babesThe babMThe babesThe
The experience of a Kansas City mother motherla
is a caso in point pointI
I was a groat coffco drinker from a achild achild achild
child and thought I could not cat a meal mealwithout mealwithout mealwithout
without it But I found at last It was wasdoing wasdoing wasdoing
doing moo harm harm For years eI1l8 1 hud boon beentroubled boontroubled boontroubled
troubled with dizziness spots before my myeyes myOos royDyes
Oos eyes and pain in my heart to which was wasadded WMRiJded wasadded
added two twoyeare > cars car ago a chronic sour sourstomach lIourstomach sourstomach
stomach The baby blb was born 7 months monthsago monthaago monthsago
ago and almost from tho beginning it ittoo Ittoo ittoo
too suffered from sour stomach Sho Shewas Showas ShoWI18
was taking it from me memore meIn mao1n
In my dlstrtJljll distress I consulted a friend ot otmoro ofmarc
more experience than mine and sho told toldmo toldmo toldme
mo to quit coffee that coffee did not notmake notmako notinaico
make good milk I havo sinco ascer ascertained ascertained asoertamed ¬
tained that it really dries up the milk milkSo milkSo milkSo
So I quit coffee and tried tea and at atlost atIMt atlast
lost cocoa But they did not ot agree with withmo willimo wlihInc
mo Then I turned to Poetum Coffee Coffeewith Colfeewith Coffeewith
with the happiest result It proved too to tobo tobo
bo o tho very cry tiling llng I needed It not only onlynit onl onlagroed onlytgreed
agroed perfectly with baby and myself myaelbut myselfut
but nit it increased incrcn d tho flow of my milk My Mylusbnd Myhusband Mymuaband
husband then quit coffee and used Post Postun Postum Postmm
un quickly got well of tho dyspepsia dyspepsiarith drapofsla drapofslaWith dyspepslasith
With which he had been troubled 1 no nooncer nolonger noongcr
longer oncer Buffer from the dizziness blind blindpells bUndspolia blindidUi
idUi pells pain In my heart or sour stomach stomachDostum stomachPostum stomachEostum
Dostum has cured them themNow themNow themNow
Now wo aU drink Poetum from my mytusbond mThuaband amytusband
tusbond to my seven months old baby babyt
11 t baa proved to be the beet hot drink drinkre drlrikWe
We re have ever used UI d We Ve would not give giveip givoup giveIp
up ip Poetum for the best coffee we over overrank overdrank overlrank
rank Name given by Poetum Co Cotattle CoBattle Colattle
tattle Creek Mich MichTheres MlcbThere Michci
There a reason reasonGet rouonOet
Get ci the little book a111 TJurBoaxUoJVeU BoadtaW BoadtaWnl
nl kJrr 4 2 0 0v
Excels in Tone ToneImproves ToneImproves Toneimproves
Improves with Use UseHardman UseHARDMAN UseHARDMAN
Hardman Peck Co Mfrs MfrsNew
New York YorkSS9 ark lirooklrm lirooklrmB74
SS9 Fltlh Av An i B74 112 rmltoa 08 St StCEXSUllED 8tCE MtCEXSJED
Coroner JolT Think Green lien ITcEmployed lYe lYeEUlptOCd ere ereEmplOtj
Employed Daring Strike StrikeAn titrlke titrlkeAn StrikeAn
An Inquest Inqu was held hld yesterday ysry Into 1 1deaths tbe tbedelh ti tideaths
deaths delh of William WWm A Curran Cr of 623 W WFortyninth Welt WeltForynlntb We WeFortyninth
Fortyninth Forynlntb street reet and ad Samuel Suel Oostnloh Oostnlohof Otrelor Otreloror
of M Lenox Lnox avenue who died di as tbe resti resuof restiof rlt
of inj Injuries uriee ur In the subway lubwlY collision ooWlon at Twent Twentthird Ten Twentthird tr trth
third th street etrt on March 7 The Coroner Coronerjury CoronerJury Coronerjury
jury censured or the Intcrborough I borougb corn oompy oompyfor compar comparfor pan panfor
for allowing allowig Incompetent Inoomplnt men m to take tak oi oitrains out outtrais ottrains
trains trais during the recent strike r Manage ManageHedley Mger MgerHedly ManageIledley
Hedley Hedly i who had been b subpoenaed Bubpl did d nc ncappear neappear
appear appearI appBr appBrI
I have sent It subpoenas bp s for a number numbertbo nube numberthe <
the officials oacll of the Interborougb Iterborougb com oompnny oompnnyto oompanto pan panto
to appear appr here today tay sold ad CoronaScholar Coroner CoroneScholar CoronerBebol
Scholar Bebol r but they seem m very unwilling unwlli t tcome to tcome >
come cme I think the accident aoldent waa caused caU b bgreen by bgreen
Doth th thmotormen tbe lbmotormoen
green mon being lng employed Bth
motormen and the conductor cnductor have dlsap dlsappcarcd dp dppear dusappeared
pcarcd and cannot caot be found foundLawyer roundIwyeor foundLawyer
pear Lawyer Mason Nn who appeared for th thcompany tbe tbecompany thcompany
company Iwyeor said Id Mr Hedley pp 01 eJpO empected peeled a aadjournment an anadJournment aadjournment
adjournment of tho case C After the vei veidiet Terdlct vezdict
diet Mr Ir Meson MOln said noldI Fld
1 think the Coroners statement Rtatoet abouthe abouthe abou aboutthe
the unwillingness thik of Mr Hedlov HOlo or orany any a othe otheoQloor otheroaor otheofilcor
oQloor unllngC of thi th company to appear at tbe In Inquo InuOt Inquest
quo oaor quest t Li L wholly wholy unwarranted wlwaranto I saw aw thi thiCoroner the theCroner thCoroner
Coroner early Nrly In in the morning and ad under understood understo understood
stood Croner that there would be no difficulty difculty li ligetting in ingeting iigetting
getting a postponement po AH AI a matter o ofact of offact olact
fact Sir Ir Uodley 1Oly was not served fIIIred with witheUbprna i iuubpuia a alubpina
uubpuiaCHECKS lubpina lubpinaCIECl uubpuia eUbprnacIlEC1tS
CHECKS CIECl i SIGNED SIED nr nl hi THE TIlT MAJOHoldlrr MAJO M4J011Noldier uJon uJonMoldlrr
Holdlrr Charged C1M With lh Desertion Ottrlon Mad t 2Good tGood 2S 2SGood
Good Things 1lnl Secret Service Men 11 Say SayEdward sarFward Sa SaEdward
Edward McDonald a United Unied States Stats sol soldler eoldler so sodier
dler attached to tho recruiting rcruitig office oto a a70S at
70S 70 70 Sixth avenue deserted dllre that Ilat post pst it italleged I I Ielleged
allged alleged on March 31 taking tkig with bin blitwentytwo bl bintwentytwo
twentytwo blank blan checks signed Ilgld by MajoW Majov Majo MajorW
W v M 1 Day recruiting recruItng officer officerMcDonald ofcr ofcrMcDnald cUberMcDonald
McDonald visited lted a number numbr of cities cllcs 1 1nuthorltlc In InPenDInla Ii IiPennsylvania
PenDInla Pennsylvania and the anDY nuthorltlc nuthorltlctoy Ruthoritea
toy Isxlly uly tllcponeU dispusedof of his hi checks chlck fur voriuu voriuusum varIntLwThe
sum 1 wThe a as be dlP maw IW fit to fill 11 them them out outBtcret outclt outt3crot
IW Btcret clt Servico rvlco nlo OOlcers Ofrr Henry Ienr and Eentln Eentlneaw Ecatinsaw
saw McDonald lDnld on the West Side yrstcrda yisterdaand yrstcrdaand arera areraand
and f promptly lrmp ly arrested nrstd him himPayrtteviUs himIUnllll hintayettCtIUO
PayrtteviUs IUnllll Io Pot t omee fobbed nobbedSTBACCRB nobbl nobblSYACURE fobbedSynscusa
STBACCRB SYACURE April ApriIIOTo 10 10The The safe rO In the poe pooffloo pod podoao poemoo
oao moo at Fayettevlllo t yoltevUo was blown open opn wit witiltrvulyoerlno wlb wlbnlfilyorlne with withfttruglyoerlnO
nlfilyorlne iltrvulyoerlno at nn early hour this morn mornng morninp mornLog
and ntumpj and cash amounting U to toliO
Log ng nel 1llpJ eh Imountng
1700 700 wero taken This robbery follower followotho followodtho followerLho <
tho robbery of a blacksmith blacumth thop and andenetuI i igeneral a agcnerl
gcnerl general enetuI robbry tore at MaiUiua l lU and the theft thet o oa of ofa ohorse
a home and buggy there ther The earno slro poofllce po pet petonlo podfltce
ofllce onlo 100 wan 11 unterod unter a year ye ago last Ilt Scptcm Scptcmber 8ptcm 8ptcmlr Septemher
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day dr a complaint oompla from a dweller dwele In I a real realdentlal realdent realdentlal
dentlal dent avenue avnue levelled lvled at a wealthy oolhy woman womanon womanon womanon
on a 1ld tide street strt near the complainant oomplata real residence realdenoe reeldemo ¬
demo The complainant oomplant Baya M the woman womangives womangives
gives money to all organ orjn grinders hiurdygurdymen hurdy burdygurdymen hurdya
gurdymen gv men and travelling tra1cllng travellingone one man m manandtwo manandtwomen and two twomen twomen
men a braaa br bands bnd with wlh drum d and bells bellawho bel bellswho
who play In front of o her houe houeHer bou bouHer houeHer
Her reputation reptaton o for generosity Kneroly ba bu spread spreadamong spreadamong ld ldaong
among aong tie the street Itet musicians mu lc and ad In oonso oonsoquenoo oons oonsquenoo oonsequenoo
quenoo from 8 A M to 8 P M I dally diy there U Iialways Uolwayg 1 1awaT
always some itinerant Inerant nol noloeDkcr nolemaker emakcr bard brd at atwork atwork atwork
awaT work In front of her bouse ho bouewhlle e while whie she Bits BitsIn IUI IUIin siteIn
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change Tbe complainants omplaltR wife wie he nays naysU t1S t1Sls saysIs
cng U trying to gain In strength to undergo an anoperation anoprton anoperation
operation and Is 1 ftrngh much disturbed dturbo by 1y the thecontinual theoontnu thecontinual
continual oprton clatter and blare Ho has hA ex explained explaIned oxplained ¬
plained oontnu to the woman womn but site says 1 she shelikes IhD IhDIke shelikes
likes Ike the mu mUIIlo lo and wont stop giving givingmoney Klng Klngmoney givingmoney
money to the playrrn playrrnThe play playThe playcraThe
The Commissioner Commlloner thinks Ihlnk he cannot onnot act actIn actin actin
In the matter and wont give out the names namesor nae naraceor
or addresses addo of cf the t be persons plODII concerned concernedALTARS concmed concmedALTAR concernedALTARS
Diocesan Dotan Ooninlton Onlnlon Are to ti Have lne Steel SteelBarn St SteelSires I
Barn Uullt Into Them ThemAt ThemAt rm rmAt
At a recent rnt lart meeting metng Dul of the diocesan diocesanconsultors dlO dioceeaconsultors I Ienlultors
consultors enlultors with wtb Vicar Vlal Icancs General Oenorl Mooney Mooneyand Mooneyand Mooneynd
and nd Lavelle Ive and Archbishop Parley the thoquestion thequeUon thequesUon
question queUon of better security lurity for the sacred sacredvessels sacredessls acr
vessels Tea In tbs Church tabernacles tabernaee was WA dis discussed d dlcissed ¬
decided that where feasible feasibletteel feasiblesteel
cussed It was deided tbt fcble fcbletl
cl steel tl doors dors shall ahal be placed pIRt on the tabernacle taber tabernle tabennacle ¬
nacle nle and where new altar are elected olele a aoompleU Boomplet acomplete
complete oomplet nacle steel t el box shall abl be built bui in the taber tabernacle tabernlo tabere ¬
nacleWe We e keen keep our churches churhM open from morning morningtill mmlngUI macinto macintotill
till night said lid one of the opn consultora cODllulors and andthiovea nndthloT an anthieve
UI thieve thloT get in nnd hide When 1ien ron opportunity opportunityaffords oporUnity oporUnityaor opportunity opportunityaffords
affords they can c easily eUy break brk Into the wooden woodentabernacle woen woentaberco woodentabernacle
aor tabernacle taberco of tbs altar atar and make me away with withthe withthe withthe
the contents contentsA contonlA
A suggestion IUllltion that all al the tabernacles tabernaclesthould tabernalO tabernacleshould
should bo b wired wir no 1 that burglar bla < l could be bedetected bedteted bedetected
detected dteted the minute they began beg to tamper tamperwith tper tperwih tamperwith
with wih the altar altr was laid lad on tbo table tableSome tableBme tableSome
Some Bme of the large arpe and wealthy welthy Catholic Catholicchurches CthoUo CthoUocurbN Cetthohlochurches
churches curbN have night nght and ad day watchmen watbmen
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Widower and Child Cd Dead ne From Fm Oa OaHenry Oa11nry GasHenry
Henry 11nry Dupont DpDt a widower and a his bi nine nlneyrarKld ninearold nineyearold
yrarKld arold ton rn who lived lv In apartments aprtmenla at a atc07
607 t7 West Fortyfirst Foryftnt street tft wore wro asphyxiated asphyxiatedby Ipbyt
by some time Saturday night Their Theirbodies Theirbodies
gas tU tme 8turday nJgb Tir Tirbodie
bodies bodie were ero found rouo yesterday yutrday morning morningby mml mmlby morningby
by Mrs Lee Le a tenant tnt of the house hoU and an the thejanitor tbsJanitor thejanItor
janitor janitorDupont JanitorDpont janItorDupont
Dupont was a carpenter He was last lastseen Ia Jt Jten t tseen
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several en times hut could ooul not nt get In i When Whenthe Shenthe en ent
the t janitor tmtl broke open opn the door yesterday yesterdayhe restrday restrdaybe
he found gas gl escaping eplnl from a stove
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