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WASHINGTON W sI11NOTON April 17 170 17Continental Continental > Me Memortal Mer Memorial
r morial Hall tho uplondld new national wtlonalhome nationalhome natlotullhome
home for the Daughter of the AmericanRevolution American AmericanRevolution AmericanRATOluUon
Revolution wa wu dedicated this morning morningwith morningWIth morningwith
with impressive Imprell ve ceremonies The prel presidentgeneral preldentgrneral preldent ¬
dent dentgeneral geneml of the national society Mrs MrsCharles MrCharles In InCharlell
Charles Warren Fairbanks presided Long
before 10 oclock the hour set et for the open openIng optnInlt openIng
Ing of the dedicatory ceremonies a steadystream steady steadystream It ady adytre
stream tre m of well dressed dre qed women poured in innt
I nt the different doors until at the hour of ofopening oropening ofopening
opening thoro was not ft eeat and scarcely scarcelyKtandlng scaroelystanding caroelylltandlng
standing room left in the largo auditorium auditoriumand auditoriumIInd auditoriumand
and galleries Having purposely placed placedthe plDoedI placedthe
I the dato of the annual congress six lx weeks weekslater weekss
s later than formerly In order to get summer summerweather IIurnmermntber summerwealber
j weather and having h lng brought all their spring springfinery springfinery springfinery
finery with them many of the women ap appeared IIpo IIpopeared appeared ¬
peared with wrinkled brow as they tt > ey wended wendedtheir wlndcdtbelr wendedi
their way through a whirling snowstorm snowstormIt
i It was coldenough for furs and 1d there was wn a acurious acurlou acurious
curious mixture n xture of ohpring spring hats ha with saUkta saUktannd 1II31a1dlRnd eealskland
nnd ermine erminePolitics em erminePontlcs ne nePoUtlcs
Politics rtrifo and discord were laid laidaside laidMlde laidj
j aside by the more than 2000 Daughters Daughterswho Daughterwho
who ho rose r08 to greet the president IfltldtmtglnNal IfltldtmtglnNalor general generalof
of their tht > ir organization as she he entered on onthe onIhe onthe
the arm of Col Charles Sumner > r Bromwell Bromwelldirector Dromwelldirector Bromwelldirector
director of the ceremonies escorted by bya
a detachment of minute n nuto men in picturesque picturesquecostumes picturesquecoetumee picturesquecoatumee
costumes The Marine Band played playedTbe playedTbeVoice TheVoice The TheVoice
Voice of Our Nation IIUon as they walked walk d down downthe downthe downthe
the centre aisle and took their places on onthe onIho onthe
the platform the minute men taking posi position poatlion positions ¬
lion of sentinel on either side of the plat platloim plat101m platbun
bun and about the auditorium auditoriumOccupying aud1toriumOocupylng auditoriumOocupying
Occupying seats tll on the platform in inaddition InOlddltlon inaddition
addition to the presidentgeneral were werethe werethe werethe
the founders of the national society and a afew arew afew
few other distinguished guests 1tU t8 among amongwhom amongwhom amongwhom I
whom were the LleutonantQoneral IJeutonant Ocneral of ofthe ortile ofthe
the army and Mn In ClialTee the French FrenchAmbassador Frenehmbueador FrenchAmbereador
Ambassador M I Jusserand JU8 erand the Right Rev RevHenry no noHenry RevHenry
Henry Y Satterlee Bishop of Washing Washington Wa hlng hlngtoo
too Bishop E Eui i Cram Cranston ton of the theMethodist theMeotbodlat theMethodist
Methodist Episcopal Church who repro represented reproenud reproenud ¬
enud the Protestants of the Revolution Revolutionthe
the Rev Dr B Pereira Pere Meodes 1 > Minister ofthe of ofthe i ithe
the Spanish and Port Portflguete 10rt gueM uee congregation congregationThe
or New York city and Henator benator DoWYer DoWYerThe DotnverThe
The programme opened o ned with Chopins Choplasfuneral Chopinsfuneral < hoplnIItuneral
funeral march played by the Marine Dud Bacdin DudIn iiaadin
in memory ot the unknown dead of our ourRevolutionary ourHevolutJonary ourRevolutionary
Revolutionary army Then there were wereprayers werepnyere Werepraere
prayers followed by one of the prettiest prettiestfeature prettJeetreatureft prettiestfeatures
feature of the exercises lIJerci the saluting a1utl of the thein thetlag thet
t flag by the children or the Ameri04D Hevolu Hevolutlon ltevolulion
lion llMiated by the Daughter Dl1ughtenMn
Mn Fairbanks alrbankA in her address of wel welcome welcome WIIoome ¬
come paid a glowing tribute to the Revo ¬
lutionary heroes and our splendid allies alliesfrom aJlleefrom alliesfrom
from acrosv acre the teas She said The Theraighten TheraJghters
1 raighten have reached a place they long
have sought earnestly worked for andgrandly and andprandly anirrandl
grandly rrandl achieved and meet for the first firsttime fintJme tinttime
time in their own hall under their own ownroof ownroot ownroot
root and on their own ground em emnhi ha
IIlzlt siring sizing g we word own In every case
brought forth a deluge of o applause applauseThey apllll1ueeThey applauseThey
They havo built their hall hallsho she added add <
for the sacred rallos of a sacred time and andIt I
it I Is tho sanctuary nctuaf7 where Daughters from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the North South East and West and even
from over the sea shall meet and receive receivea I Ia
a welcome welcomeSenator weleomeSeMtor wekomeSenator
Senator Dofllver made a great hit with i
his auditors by addressing them a u asIadles asIadlesof Ladle Ladleof Ladlellor
of the Revolution RevolutionThe ROTolutionThe RevolutionThe
The French Ambassadors Introduction Introductiontt
Wu tt preceded I by the playing of the Mar Jlartelllaiao Marselllakse ar arteW1ae
telllaiao by the Marine Band lie like
the he others paid glowing tribute to towomen toWOrMn towomen
women He quoted quote the letter written
by Con Lafayette to his wife WU In which whichran
be spoke most beautitully ot tine Ule Amen Amflriran Amenran
ran women womanbad as he HW them lie said that thathe I
h be had bad received a a lettersreeccenttly letter recently re ntJ from from the the
daughter of Artist rtlat dAngers who made
the famous Quttaaberg statute In France Franceoffering Franceolrerlng Franceoffering
offering to the Daughters of American Revo ¬ I
lution a reproduction prod uctlon In bronze of the Amer Amera
lean bero heroes s represented In the bureUeI bureUeIWhich baoreliefwhich
Which rorma the a base of the statue a u a
tribute of her sympathy and sisterly feel I
11 Ing < < as the daughter of o Franca This TtiJ was
the CUM of enthuolastla applause The
Ambassador U a descendant of one of the the7OUDg
young Young mtea man who came over with Gen i
IThe Lafayette LafayetteThe
The be Bar Be Earl Cranston Crant n followed with witbaD
aD n earnest praTer and Un Fairbanks Fairbankscalled Fairbankto FalrbanhnUed
called a number or tbe tae mea who ban lent
their aid to the I Daughters > In various way Wa
In a the a building of the ban topublldy tO Ublc1T tbank
them t 0rd1 zdlnal l Gibbons who wu
s E to be present to represent the Catholio Cathuol e etttsttmAo1t
the Berohition i09 was w wIoU detained I
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the th presidentgeneral president general neml read her speech of ofnnd otwelcome ofwelcome
welcome to tho memOlI members ot the congress congluennd congressand
nnd l her r farewell as their national repre rwprettentathe repreentathe representative
ttentathe This speech wan responded respondedto pcnded pcndedto
to by Mn William M Liggltt Ill gltt of Mlnne MlnneBOtn MnneIOta Minnrota
IOta Mrs Henry nichardeon of South SouthCarolina SouthCarolina RouthCarolina SouthCarolbuc
Carolina Mn Mr In Alfred A Kendall of Maine Malneand MaineBOta Maineand Maineand
and MM lrA Abraham Mire of Nebraska NebraskaMr Nebrallkat Nebrallkatnil
nil State regents who heartily Indonea IndoneaIn indorsed indorsedMr
Mr In Fairbanks administration admlnlAtrstionMn
Mn Kendall said that she ho voiced the thenentlments thellentlmenta theeentknents
nentlments of tho whole congress congrrhence In BA BAIng say
Ing that when the they assembled four y years yearshence ara arahenoo
hence they would be able to greet their theirretiring theirretiring theirretiring
retiring presidentgeneral as the first lady ladyof ladTor ladyof
of the land There was an enthusUntto enthusUnttobunt entbualuUohunt enthualastloburet
bunt of applause a plaU80 and jubilation for Vice VicePresident VicePNldent VinePresident
President Fairbanks Fairbanks as President of the theUnited tbeUnltt theUnited
United Unltt < l States StatesThe StatesTh StatesThe
The Th evening session Ion was taken up withthe with withHall WItht
t the hf report of the Memorial Contiental Continental
1 Hall cammittee cJmn ttee of which Mn Fairbanks FairbanksU Joalrb nb
U 1 chairman In this she be showed that the theI
I hall and the ground upon which It stands
1 I li paid for In its present p nt unfinished oon conditn ooni
i dltlon and with these tbe e bill all paid there thereIs tbeNIs
Is still sill a small balance in the treasurers
hands It h I tbo with wi of many of the mem members membont members ¬
bers to put a mortgage of 100000 on the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property
Mrs Charles Warren Uppltt wife of ofpzfov orxno ofex
ex pzfov xno GovidppittofRhode Uppltt of Ilhode Island lalandand and regent lelentor
I i of that t thatState State tate presented p ItntOO to the Continental
Hall on behalf behalf of the Flintlock and Powder Powder110m
Horn Chapter of Rhode Island an elaborate elaboratebrans elsboratebrn elaboratebrass
brass brn > lll lectern an eagle with outspread outspreadI outspreadwings
I wings mounted upon a tall pedeetal and a apatriotism I
I handsome Bible In the interest of purity I
patriotism and peace peaceAn peaceAn C8 C8An I
An impressive little ceremonial won the theuniting theuniting theuniting
uniting of and presentation to the Con Continental Continental Continental ¬
tinental Hall of a illite life size portrait of the re retiring retiring notiring ¬
tiring proftldentgcnera painted by Carl
I Smith It stood upon the stage at the back ha backand ck ckI
1 and the fine which concealed it was wa dropped drop drop
by tho children of the American Revolution lteolul on
Short talks and addrt addltllltll ese es were pre then thenI thensay
I I made by Mrs Althra R Ikdht of New Jer Jersey JerlIey ¬
WIIUam
Mrs Idndsay wife of
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exsen exsenator
sey Mn William Llndnay wife of exSen exSenator n8enator ¬
ator Lindsay of Kentucky Mrs S V White Whiteof
of Brooklyn N Y Mn rII William Jerry Gerry81ade
Slade who is also president of the Daughter Daughtenof Dalll hten htenor
of 1812 Mn JHeron Orosman of New Tork Torkand Torkand Yorkand
and Mrs Ir Harriet Chlpman of Massachusetts
Tomorrow will develop the work of the
friends of the candidate for president presidentKcnsral prrllidentIcn presidentgcnsral
Kcnsral Icn ral and many surprises are expected
It Is understood that Mrs St Sternberg rnberg and
Mn In Llppitt have made an agreement that
the weaker shall retire tire after the Ant few
ballot In favor of the stronger
It lias also been hinted that the friend friendof rrltDlhot s sof
of Mrs Sternberg have made use of this thisagreement thlaa thisagreement
agreement a went to tell the members tLatthey tLat the theneed
need not take the trouble to vote for Mrs
Uppltt Llpp Itt for their votes otfl will eventually go
to Mrs Mr Sternberg anyhow and might gilt uwell as aswell aswell
well be given at the start The old story
of Mrs Donald McLean opposition OPfOflltlon to the
building of Continental Hall at the start art
has been revived tut is being dlxpoi dil disposed < poltd > e < i of ofright ofright ofright
right and loft by vigorous denials and is isnow Isnow Isnow
now understood under tood to be a misrepresenta ¬
tion
R D EVANS F14 S DIED OF MEX1XGITIS MEX1XGITISOne UEIG1TIone
One er the Rent Wllr Cash atIt for Malignancy Malignancyneoratly MIII Malignancymorally ane anenlrcIt1
morally Observed ObservedYoung o ObservedYoung bfMtdYoung
Young Rawley D Evans whose sudden suddendeath suddendeath uddendeath
death at the Hotel Celllngwooi on Sundaynight Sunday Sundaynight Munda Mundanight
night puzzled the physicians died oT oTcerebrosplnal 01cerebrolIplna 6 6cerebrospinal
cerebrospinal meningitis meningitisThe I
The case CAII was one of the wont recently recentlyobserved recentlyoblenN recentlyobserved
observed Young YoungETan Evan was an athlete and andIn andIn andIn
In perfect health Twentyfour hour hourafter houraAfter hoursafter
after the ftnt tlrslllllghh11DptDmIl slight symptoms were noticed noticedho
he was dead
lIe was feeling thoroughly well when whenon whanon
on Saturday tultlay afternoon he left the offices omceeot otloeeof officesof
of Wells Fargo k Co of which his fatherCol father fatherCol fatherCol
Col Dudley Evans U L president and went wenthome wenthome Wenthome
home to dinner After dinner he com complained complaloed cornplalned ¬
plained of what was supposed to be an anIndigestion anindlltNtlon enindigestion
Indigestion On Sunday morning he heseemed hemed heseemed
seemed med to be all right ri < < ht but be had an attack attackof ttackof
of nausea In the forenoon A trained trainednurse tralnednU1lO trainednuns
nurse living with the family ramll thought it itwa ItWU Itwar
WU wa a blllovKi attack Dr Cyrus J Strong Strongcamo
camo In during durin the afternoon to attend attenddisturbing
Raw Rawley y brother Who had hurt bill band
lie felt RawleY1I pulle pulse and found nothing
disturbing Vi When hen he a called In the evening events
Rawley wa w In ooma Death came at 10 10oclock 10oclock 1 1oclock
oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The autopsy yesterday yesterdshowed ellterda showed lib owed that so somuch eomuch enmuch
much fluid hid h d accumulated In the brain braincovering brainooverlng braincovering
covering that all the symptoms of cerebral
hemorrhage bad been produced producedFnneral producedFuneral producedFuneral
Funeral of Sister trr Mary Diary LorettoThe Leretto LerettoThe LorrttoThe
The funeral of Sister Mary Loretto Miss Mis MisAnna
Anna Smith who died three day da ago agoat aroIUhe agoat
IUhe at the Convent of Meroy Elghtyflnt E1hty nt street streetand streetand I Iand
and Madison avenue took place plaoeeatuday yesterday yesterdaymorning I Iznorn1n
morning znorn1n The requiem WU sung u In theconvent the thaof theoonTent
convent chapel Archbishop FrI Tansy J pro > rO rODOunoed
DOunoed the abeoluUon and nd MaT AloOen AloOenot
of St Peter Church celebrated Mg The a requiem requiemmass requiemmA
mA m mass There ere were thirty city lectors rootonpresent rootoraplMent lectorsp
present presentSUUr p
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DISTRIBUTING THE ASSETS ASSETSXORTHFnX ASSETSWIBTlI ASSETSNORTJI
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dar eta for Stork Deposited IkPllaitedSartbtm IkPllaitedSartbtmPaclnll Northern NorthernPaelHe
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the Northern orthern Securities case directing directingth di directingthe Ung Ungthe
th the United States Court for the District of ofXew orow ofNew
New ow Jensey to dismiss the bill filed tll d by byEdward byEdward byEdward
Edward H Harriman and other to restrain restrainthe reetralnUre restrainthe
the ratable distribution of the Great North Northern Northera orth orthem ¬
era and Northern Pacific Pacl o shares held by bythe bythe bythe
the Securities company was w Issued yes yeetorday yesterday 11 11tlrday ¬
terday terdayStockholders tlrdayStock tordayStockholder
Stockholders Stock holden of the Northern Securities SecuritiesCompany SecuritiesCompany 1 1CompanT
Company will receive re < < lve today or tomorrow tomorrowat to morro
at the lat latest ct a circular r explaining the terms termsof termsof
of the pro rata distribution of assets 811 8Ia Thedirector The Thedirectors
directors met yesterday voted to close closethe cloethe closethe
the transfer book today todayand and empowered empoweredthe empoe d dtbe
the officers of the company to take any anysteps MYltepa anysteps
steps necessary to distribute d lribule the assets aetBoth l1MetllBoth assetsBoth
Both the stockholders and director have havealready hDealready havealready
already approved tho form of distribution distributionand dJtributlonand
and only clerical work which is very try heavy heavyremains IItDVYremal heavyremains
remains remal to be done The formal distil distribution dilltributJon distilbudon ¬
bution however will not take place before beforetomorrow berolUtomorrow beforetomorrow
tomorrow All day yesterday receipt receiptwere re receiptswere < lp l lwere
were given out for deposits of stock stockSince sto stockSince < k kBlnC8
Since E H Harriman ceased cf Bd to be a adirector adl adirector
director dl tor of the Northern Securities Com Company Company Company ¬
pany it has been generally believed that therestgnations the theresignations thoiM1gnatona
resignations of James James SUllmon and Jacob JacobII
H Benin might follow An official of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company said yesterday that no resigna resignations retlignatlOnll reelgnaUons ¬
tions were received hld at yesterdays meeting meetingand meEltJngand meetingand
and that everything had proved harmo harmonious harmonloWl hennamoue ¬
moue and peaceful A rumor gained come comecredence IOmecredence somecredence
credence yesterday that Mr Harriman Ilarriraanwill HarrimanWill Harrimanwill
will be forced out of the directorate of the theNorthern theNorthern theNorthern
Northern Pacific at the th meeting on May Mayls ola olaIII
1 III when i a new board will 11 be elected electedDvxDV electedDUNDF
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Man Arrriled for Srlllni Ticket In Front I j
of lllpprodromeElmer
Elmer R Dundy of Thompson A A Dundy Dundycaused Dundycawoed Dundycaused
caused the arrest yesterday afternoon of ofLeon orLeon ofLeon
Leon Levy a ticket speculator who live liveat UYMat livenat
at 147 16 Seventeenth Sevente < < tb street Brooklyn at the theentranoa theentranoo theentrance
entrance to the Hippodrome In the York Yorkville Yorkvlne YorkUe
ville Ue police court Mr Dundy undy said that Levy Levyhad I Levyhad ry rybad
had told two tickets for the afternoon per performance pertormance performance ¬
formance at the entrarfre entnu ro to the building buildingHe
He 11 said he had witnessed the selling himseU him himI himNit
Nit and had Immedla Immediately l caused oau od the man manatINt mans mansarrest
arrest
1 propose pro to stop speculators I laton doing doingbusiness doingbWlInMII doingbusiness
business In front of our place of amuse amusement amuemMt amusement ¬
ment he Mid to Magistrate FUmmer FUmmerThe FlammerThe FammerThe
The Magistrate asked tho prisoner priftO er if he hehad hehad hehad
had a speculators IJ > e u1lore license lie replied repliedthat replLedthat repliedthat
that he had a license licenseBut licenseHut licenseBut
But tb the license does not permit him to topell tosell
sell ticket at t the entrance I1t oe to the t I place of
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The M Maguttnte trate lined ned the man U 2 which wblchhe whichhe
he paid paidDEROtt paidDERGa paidVERGE
VERGE MAX I4 SPOILS CASE CASEOf CA CAOf CASEOf
Of Cruelty Cruel Preferred by Thomas T om Nat Jr JrAsalnit JrAlain JrAgainst
Alain Driver UrtrerThomas DrtnrIbornu DriverThomas
Thomas Nest Jr eon of the late cartoonlet car cartoonist cartooniIt ¬
toonist appeared appeer d In the West Bide aid court courtyesterday ooUltTeeterda7 courtyesterday
yesterday as complainant against William WilliamFanningwho WWla WilliamFanning m mFannInwbo
Fanningwho Fanning wbo drive a team for J U Roach Roachhay Ro6cba
a hay and grain dealer at 17JJ 272 Broadway BroadwayMr roadwarMr
Mr Nut told Magistrate Ommen that be boeald beBAW besaw
saw Fanning Whipping bI be horses unmet unrnercIlulb unmetdfully
cIlulb Magistrate Magistratedtrate Ommeo wanted WDt cS iii see 108be seethe
the be whip It t oonilsted dtrate of a lon long ltock and anda
a lilll loager thin lash ThO Magistrate lIptrateaa1d Magistratesaid
said be didnt think it would wouldmuch bun a horse borMJDuch horsesoh
much soh Then Fanning said t the be a home bo bad hadI badblanket
I blanket Muskets over thorn and that that be did not DothUlt nothurt
I hurt them themWell themWell then1Yetlyour
Well 1Yetlyour your Honor suggested ted Nat Natthat I Ipropoee Ipropose
propose that this man be covered with a awill abtanket
btanket blanket and beaten with this whip and be beWill hewill
will find out whether It hurts or notOMoer not notS
will S ecla1 1 omoer Lambert Of the Bergh Berghive BergblIOO Bergheon
eon ety gave aTe U u his opinion o 1nJon that the bone boneira b honewas rM rMWU
ira WU nofhurt DOt hurl and Fanning l IWI wee discharged dlsohargedCatU d1obat dischargedCyae d dean
CatU niBiMU a Dana Via 1 a Brthsonlld BrthsonlldA
A tall German who he described c > > ctibed himself himselfM h1m elt eltroo
M Baron roo JUbert TOO Rothaohild wu u uralcned ar arraicned iarained
rained In the TorkvDle T rkvWe police oourt JN JNterd7 re yeterday reterday
terday on a charge of getting J Wn I7W 70 from
Qustav 0 Lehman under false represents representation reeenta ¬
tion that h be could oottldgIsehmui it wl Lehman i r a Job b a u ut uvalellothsohnd
valellothsohnd was bell torllnlier as asA
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To Dellevne With Him HimJohn HimJohn I IJohn
John Oahin with many yean and few fewolothod rewoloth fewolothos
olothod oloth on his bowel back was led Into IntoJefferson InloJlIr IntoJeCerson
Jefferson JlIr lIIon Market police court yesterday yesterdayby
by Policeman Lewin of the Wet Twentieth Twentiethstreet TwentltthIItreet Twentiethstreet
street atatlon stationVagrant atatlonVagrant atatlonVagrant
Vagrant or beggar asked somebody somebodywhile IOmebodywhile somebodywhile
while the complaint was wa being made out outNeither outelther outNeither
Neither said Lewin He was w never neverknown neverknown neverknown
known to take any money lie never nevereven neereon nevereven
even asked for food or clothe Twenty Twentyyean Twent TwentYNr Twentyyears
yean ago o he had a good little groceryIsupineas grocery groceryburlne foorrybu
burlne bu lnet lie fell sick and went to the thehospital theh thehospital
hospital h pltal When he came out he found that thathU Ihathili thathis
hU brother had run on off with hi his wife and andbis andhla andhis
his business bad gone to smash Imaehwhat what they theycouldnt theycouldnt theycouldnt
couldnt carry away That discouraged dUcouragedhim
him For year he has ha livedon IhOO on a little littlepatch Ilttlopatoh littlepatch
patch of waste land down at the foot of ofWent ofW oftlest
Went W Fifteenth street lie built himself a alittle alittle alittle
little hut of paving atones tit ones and covered coveredover ooOerc ooOercoer coveredover
over the top with old tin roofing Lately Latelybox Latelyhes Latelyhes
hes been living mostly In a big packing
box 1 > 0 I have noticed him Hitting around aroundwith aroundwltb aroundwith
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The Magistrate considered oon lderod The old i iman Iman sman
man peered up at bun from deep Mt eye 0118Hli ayeHis i iHis
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Ho leaned heavily h ay1JY on his stick
after a pause tike him to Bellevue and let letthe lettho letthe
the docton examine him It will do no noharm noharm noharm
harm harmTwo harmT harmTwo
Two T or three of the policemen In O5urt O5urtsaid ourtMid ovurtsaid
said they bad known the old man for a long longtime loogtime longtime
time and never knew any evil of him himlh himJhe himThe
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pride in tho queer hut and It Its tenant ts tsa ua isa
a neighborhood lllhborho d Institution The police polioeFay rolloeGahn policesay
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leave a cast oft coat or an old pair of over overalls overalls ¬
alls and sometimes a bite from hit hi lunch lunohpill lunobplll lunchpill
pill So the old man lived and so he would wouldnave wouldnave Wouldnave
nave died If the law bad not come to his hisbut hisbut I Ibut
but before the Coroner CoronerMethodlit CoronorMrthodlst CoronerDlrlhadlst
Methodlit ao4rn Preacher Pr Officer OfficerThe omotnThe OnlottaThe
The Methodist preacher a k the close closeof clol8ot doseof
of their meeting yesterday elected officer officersfor officerfor ollloenfor
for the ensuing year ear as follows President PresidentRev ProddentRer PrWdentRA
Rev RA Robert M Arlaworth A leworth first vicepresi vicepresident Tloepree1dftnt al aldent ¬
dent Rev ne Dr W F Anderson second secondvioetiresldent eooondT1oepreeident secondHoepresident
vioetiresldent Rev He C J North secretary aecretaryand secretaryand
and treasurer Rev Charles Perley Tinker TinkerThe TinkerlbRAT TinkerThe I
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out to head a business bu 1neee commute commuteNew oornrnftteeew committeefew I
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pubrxrnaH lIubp < J > n811 yesterday for four witnesses witnessesIn wltneB wltneIn n nin
in a suit begun in the United States Circuit CircuitCourt CircuitCoUrt CircuitCourt
Court of Vermont by Walter H Underrwood Under Underwood tfnd r rwood ¬
wood against William Seward Webb to torecover torecovtr torecover
recover f40000 40000 damages which the com complainant complainant complainant ¬
plainant alleges al gOll he suffered through dreoltpractised deceit deceitpractised dtCcltpractlaod
practised by the defendant In inducing the thecomplainant Ihecomp1a1nnt thecomplainant
complainant to purchase shares of stock stockNew stockor stockof
or the Dominion Securities Company a aNew aNew
New Jersey corporation corporationThe
The subjxrnaa aubP sub < JDaa naa are issued to Fdgar VanEtten Van VanEtten VnnFtten
Etten Alfred Alfred Sohlffer K t I 0 Smith and andWilliam andWUllam andWilliam
William D Averlll all of this city whoso whosoplete wholOttlmony whosetestimony
testimony It la al alleged gnd 1A roqulrod to com complete complete
plete the proofs In the cane The toot testimony tBtlmonyWUI I mony monywill
will be taken before George McKittrioit at
23 Pino street on April 19 Mr Underwood Underwoodtwo Underwooddeclaree Underwooddeclares
declares that Van ttt ten n and Schltrer were weretwo
two of the incorporators and original di director directors directors ¬
rectors of the Dominion Securities Com Company romyln Cornof ¬
pany yln In IDOl and as such had knowledge knowledgeof
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of of certain prospectuses issued and of the theamount theamoun
amount of Its stock Smith and Averill Averlllthe Averillthe Averillthe
the other two who are called to testify testifythe teAtltythe
the complainant declares were private privatesecretaries priatesecretAries privatesecretaries
secretaries to Dr Webb and as such have haveknowledge haveknowled haveknowledge
knowledge knowled of the falsity of certain state statemenu etalementa statementa
menta in the prospectuses prospectusesCOLLISION proepectUllellCOLTlSION prospectusesCOLLISION
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ninth treet and her daughter Mrs O W WDanxbergftr WDansbercor WDanaberger
Danxbergftr of t39 Fifth avenue were weredriving weredrlvingdown Weredrtringdcnm
drtringdcnm driving down FUth avenue yesterday rday when whenat whrnat whenat
at Thirtyninth street a motor cab strucktheir struck strucktheir Itrucktheir
their brougham Mn Goodwin driver driverFrank driverFrank driverFrank
Frank HUcock rolled off his sent and andMrs andMra andMr
Mrs Goodwin WM thrown forward upon uponher uponber uponher
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mons ons was arraigned on a charge of rack reckless rack1eea rockdriving ¬
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say that be wan going at a rapid rate and andMifUtrate andl andMagistrate
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Wind Knoclti Woman DownMr Down DownMn Do DoUn
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tout matron went down town from her herhome borbome herborne
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avenue at Nineteenth street when th thfiornoreaat the Ureornoreut thet
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hand h and bags jewel cases caseshand ealeshand cageshand
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