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I Th fhM < WII I almost llI1o t as a much joy among amongniutnY1 amongDlutf amongNlfll
niutnY1 Dlutf J x > r Nlfll > ns about town lust evening eveningovfrf eV eveningyer l1lng l1lngcvtr
ovfrf cvtr yer rnII f > news nr from the th good good ship sbl Wabble Wabblea ahb ahbII >
a 1 Idon Ih las 11 m olh olhr ° r quiirlers over the theinformation IheInforUl theforUla0fl
information InforUl llon that I 1111 t the tI famous German tramp trampneairer tramp1IHolrtr tramprncr
neairer rncr hud h1 < < 1 towed the I e belated belllt Ponce Into Intogt
It gt George Porp Bay Some time after the theiTtnlns thetenlnl theyttng
iTtnlns tenlnl papers had published authentic authentice
e rable ble dexpatohes M pRlcheA describing the remarkable remarkablehobo
t hobo otnatner rralllt > r Wnhble 3IEP and her good work workbtowmtT worktowtng
I btowmtT 11 to n the Ponce Ion into safe haven all the thefolk thet1k he hetolk
folk in fl i lie Ih Maritime Exchange sought soughtto sOllghtIhro aoughtthrow
to throw Ihro discredit dlcl lt upon the Wabble by bysuiting byfi byrjliflC
suiting kini s worn orn statements that there was wasBo walli wa wa1C1I
fi i Bo such 1C1I hip Wabble insisted the thejfintim theUsnttma
1 jfintim Exchange scoffers is merely a avoni at aword
t word m the A ABC B C code that means Shall Shallv ShallCla Shallaetaqyouragent
v net aetaqyouragent aetaqyouragentCabePdt0rB0r Cla as your agents agentsCable lnt lntCabltpdltortlor
Cable Cabltpdltortlor editors or Bermuda correspondent correspondentK
K Id < d the Ih pipits had jumped at conclusions ateoncluaionvhen conclusionswhen
when dripping cable messages began com coming comIn cornbig ¬
effect Steamer Ponce in tow towcff towolf towf
big In < < in to tI the th
cff f Be Btrmmia rmiida of If tramp otteam4Ir team r wabble wabbleThe wabb1e1hEc wabbtelhe
The cable lhlE operator was wa too tired to make maket makeriod
t period riod affr the word steamer said one oneef onecf oneef
ef the Broml fln mree t nautical n seers ers tjat tjatill tlJatn
ill n 1 When thn th Bermuda agent who sent sentflat MIfItthat aentthat
that cable to the New ew York and Porto Rico RicoLine RicoLmt RicoLine
Line here added the word wabble be hemerely be1II beiere13
merely 1II lj wanted to know whether he was wasgoing wasrg I II
I going to ° get a job jobPiffle jobpimp jobptme
Piffle answered the wl wise e one about abouttown aboutwn
town wn who had heard of the Wabble and andttr andlitr andP
P ttr famous crulces long before Cattle Kate Katethe KateWI Katetb
the tb Wectern lady bandit who WM killed killedfor
S for the eighteenth elght nlh time last Ootbber in inHedictnoJHat Inj
j HedictnoJHat HtdiolD tdieineHatWa Hatwas waa born Furthermore the thofwafop thel thegrating
grating l i7g Mails cable beat that told of ofth oftb ofthe
th the exploit of the th Wabble left abeolutely absolutelyu
u o doubt In the minds of the admirer admirerif a mirere mirereSr
if the noted not tramp steamer steamerAn
An A a matter of fact the good ship Wabble Wabbleone
h one of the most Interesting craft that thatrtrr thatI
I reT r railed the Seven Seas Her com oomBtnder commlndr cornaindr
Btnder is I the well known Capt Heinrich HalnrichHawenpfeffer HeinrichnpftlIer Heinrichflwenpteffer
Hawenpfeffer npftlIer one On of the most trusted trustedUppers trl1ltedplrpt truatedc
c plrpt Uppers of the Royal German Frankfurter FrankfurterUne
Un whose wh home offices offi I are at Liverwurst Liverwursten
en the couth coast of Saxony She In a alitter atlr at
t litter tlr ship to the German hobo steamer steamerKron Iltel1meri
i Kron Prinz Hofbrau III which sailed from fromthe
the tII Bay of Hoboken with a cargo of empty emptyktg emptykegs
t kegs aboard on either the first or second secondFriday
1 1 Friday In May 1887 and is i still overdue overdueit
I it Liverwurst L1 The Kron Prinz Hofbrau HofbrauIII
III II ha hall probably gone down with all her herfoul herculM herejh
foul but that Is neither here nor there thereThe therethE thereThe
The pedal cable to the Evtning E inl1 MM MMywterday 31aflyesterday ail aily
yesterday y lerday afternoon announced that the theWabble therabble theWbhI
rabble would get aljout 100000 for her herulvage herulvajte hert
t MIrage job The money moneytW1Il will be a regular regularwindfall regularwindfall regularwindfall
windfall to Capt Hassenpfeffer as he was wasMid wasuid waspaid
Mid to be in straitened circumstances circumstancesthe clroums U1Cft11 U1Cft11the
the th taut la t time he was spoken off the western westerncoast welternOMt westernCoast
coast of Milwaukee in the late fall of 1809 1809while 1809whll 1899while
while returning with his ship from the theSpanish thepAlIih the8panih
Spanish War Her tail shaft is broken brokencontinued brokent brokeneontinied
t continued the special cable but this may mayhive mayhnl mayhave
hive referred to the Ponce PonceAccording Poncerordlng PonceAeeordin
According to the cable despatches the thebabble theVabble theWabble
babble towed the Ponce for five days daysThe daysTh daysThe
The Th sea wan smooth throughout con continues continue continues ¬
tinues the special cable message but the theWabble theVibble theWabble
Wabble a craft much smaller than the thePonce thePooCfhadallllhocoulddotolul thePoncehad
Ponce PooCfhadallllhocoulddotolul Poncehad had all she could do to tolug lug the crippled crippledliner
liner along alongThank alongThank alongThank
Thank God my brother Capt Heinle ia iaheard IshMrd IaI
I heard from once again already exclaimed exclaimedMr
Mr fr Lena Kntzenjammer exclusively exclu lvelv to toTHE toTSE toTar
THE SrN Sr last night when Capt Hassen Hassenpfeffers BallllenI1fter Haseenpfffere
pfeffers slsterwas IIIlter wall discovered exclusively exclusivelyby
by IRa SUN at her home 2323 WOrzburger WurzburgerBtra
Btra Stllle < e Hobokon shortly IIhorU after news of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Wabble was cabled to this port That Thatman Thatnan I
man yet the death of me will be I hope hopethis hopeth I
this 1M th a 1 leaon 3Mm 3I > VI U I to my IIi two little boys Hans Hansand Hansanr Hansmd
and anr Fritz who with their Uncle HeInIe to toM tolea toa
M a want to go goIt goIt goIt
It was learned from Mrs Katzenjammer Katzenjammerthat
that at her h brother Capt Hassenpfeffer has hasnfled hMIed hniiiled
nfled Ied the seas III for over sixty yean Her Herpretty BelIftIlY Herpretty
pretty little parlor was decorated with odds oddstod oddslid oddasad
lid ends of brlcabrao brfot brao of a nautical flavor flavorthat ftavorthat flavorthat
that had been picked up by Capt Haraen HaraenpMTer H8I8enrlflffr HaisenptThr
pMTer at out of the way places around aroundth
th the world The captain c ptaln first sailed ll d on the thePeruvian thePmnian thePeruvian
Peruvian bark Callsaya Ca1l aya aa wheelwright in inA Inthe ine
A the e summer of 1842 when the Callsaya Callsayatiled
tiled for South America with a cargo cargoItf cargor
ti r artesian wells Later Lat he was assistant assistantJanhorof 8IIl8tantI
Itf
I Janhorof JIrUtorofthedeckon the deck on the clipper f ship Water Waterart
I fa art zt when thatold that ld English Engllshfller flier brought the theCardiff thetnM thetardlif
Cardiff fllant to America AmericaCapt AmericaCapt AmericaCapt
Capt Haasenpfeffer was a past PM assistant assistantauffear aMlstanttllaul1eur assistanttuffenr
auffear on one of the California night nightboars nightIioata nighthats
boars that started the daily trips between betweenffiw
ffiw Ir w York and Sacrametno in the early earlyIfcwhen earJywhen earlyewhen
Ifcwhen when he first ftr t thought of the Idea of ofMfnlng ot4t ofegnftig
Mfnlng 4t lcnlnc a boat on the Wabble lines linesth lineen linesn
n California night boat used to arrive arrivetifhtly arriveIIIlhtly arriveghtly
tifhtly In Eleventh avenue before the city cityripped citytipped citylpped
ripped up the tracks recently and she he was wasti WMthe
4 ti the first rt of the amphibious boats to go gotnr iOIll goCer
Ill the New YorkKeokukSacramento TorkKeokukSacramentoMite
Mite In less than twentyfour hours hoursCapt hourllCpt hoursCapt
Capt Haaenpfeffer worked a long time timeS timeaet
II S get t New York capitalists Interested Int re ted in inK Inhis inhis
K his plan of the Wabble For the benefit benefits benefitthoee
s f those who have never seen the ship it itnlht itlDIebt it1ght
nlht be mentioned that the Wabble and andwiiatership andll8tershlpthe andesktershiptbe
wiiatership ll8tershlpthe the Kron PrlnHofbrau PrimlHofbrallllIlit III IIIu IlLe
u lit e the only seagoing liners U rs that have only onlya
a tingle sldnwheel with the exception of ofto orthe ofthe
the Lactea which sails between tween here and andIfwt andBltlt andrtst
Ifwt rtst carrying condensed conden ed milk Because Becauseif
if f Ice the single paddle wheel principle principleia principleUfeund
ia found to be b useless Ies In North Pole dahen dahenIt dah dahIt lhPskwa
It kwa WM tried and found wanting on the good goodP goodIp goodshp
Ip P Cuspidor which nailed for Baffin BaffinBIY Bafllnihy
BIY < 7 The pole could not be found because becausebarber l becamethe callR6 callR6the
the barber moved away away
Borne local ship men finally grew Intar Intart IntJrtfod intrted
t ted i in Capt HoRfenpfeffern dexigu when whenproved whlnI
Ie I proved to them that a boat with only onlyii nlyne
ii ne tidewheel and no screw could couhlle lo o oJlr oJlrI oilerted > r rd
I ted d at only half the cost of a two wheeler wheelerw < r rII
w a twin screw craft After tli tbn Wnhble WnhbleM
r M s completed In Hanks l anklf Popular Hlup Hhipam
iard at Pasquag Ohio nil 11 was towed towedto
to a point off Sandy Hook for her tKal tKalJn tralrun trnlInhin
Jn run Early In n the initial npinit Iin It was wen wenunlw 4eenIItur1l en
IItur1l 1 unlw something wn dono immediately ininedintrlyq
q Wabble would nail ilil around and around aroundJ aroundarollnd arotlnloUnd
J cound Far from being disheartened disheartenedJfpt dilwarlelledPt
Jfpt Pt Hawenpfeffpr AAenpferrr straightway got on onthinking ona
hll a thinking cap and anI long lon before the MV MVlap icylp n nlap
lap was wa completed he hit upon the theB Iheme theme
me me B of having the crew cr w hold the Ih tiller tillerhard tillerhard
dO1I hard until Hhe 111 got under way and anilturning nndn
cfl n turning tho Wabble around and ccnt ccnther FcnlCher FOfltheralong
Cher theralong her along utara 1jt rrI foremost for a IIplI IIplIII ipllthis p ll
In II this way she got go along swimmingly nwlmminglywabbled IIwlmminglt
t wabbled 1rabhl a bit Hence the name But ButC ButCapi ButCapt
C Capi pt Hasnenpfeffer grows row older hi hiipline his hislicipline
dllclplinl ipline relaxes and he hiwnt the heart heartJ henrtI114ke
J ° I make the th crew reverse the ship every everyminuteg everymlnUles everyievml
ievml minuteg flutes As A a result the Wabblo WabbloJ abble abbleI
J I let w about the ocean a great part of ofw oter ofttm
w tune lun and rarely makes mak
port portJBabble portf portThe
f The JBabble abble is IlIeqlllppoo e < iiipped with wlthduplex duplex open openaced openced
aced stem winding rotary engines englneslU1d and has h1l8ked hasI hased
J I ked ed overhanfe overhan on the keel haul Her Herlea HerrI
rI lea acuppers are set well aft of the theh thetId
Item a tId lb she h oa oa be reocgnlzed at almost a1mcY ilncst4
t4
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I 1 < t iJ iJio
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My yf4etl7 tUtUflo by b7blqu b her r square quarerl quarerlrevolving rinll rinllrYolvinltotJIJdoofjl rigf J t rbo4 rA rArevolving
revolving rYolvinltotJIJdoofjl rYolvinltotJIJdoofjlThe storm doors dooraThecorrespondscit doorsThecorespondent
correspondent The at BennudalmenUoned BennudalmenUonedIn Bermud mentioned mentionedIn
In his special > eClal despatch about the Wabble Wabblethat Wabblethat Wabblethat
that he had got Home information from a apassenger IIpal apassenger
passenger pal enger on the Ponce named P T Kldd Klddwhom Klddwbom Kiddwhom
whom lie had found well Inquiries yester yesterday YlffterdllY yiistetday ¬
day elicited the fact that the pix paiieengers paiieengersname cngerit cngeritname er erlIame
name is really nlly P T 1 1 Kidder KidderirfflVfv KiddtrI
I irfflVfv Ifftl IlJIIV IlJIIVIlrrlll fttuIeertrrrs M EV EVMrrrbrwn
Mrrrbrwn Ilrrlll SIllaeUlnr spectacular Work ork at the MelrgoIitpii MH MHrnpulltjm 11 11rOllollljln
rnpulltjm Opera lloii lloiiMeyerbeers 110111 110111MeyerbeerH hl ilMe ilMeMeyerbeers <
Meyerbeers IAfricalne via was brought broughtforward broughtforward broughtforward
forward In Italian last nightat the Metro Metroolitan MetroJlolit MetroPoliton
olitan Jlolit > n Opara House 1I0u where it bad not notboen notboon notbeen
boon heard heartltlillce since Mnrcli 151001 1G 11101 Even then thenit
it had enjoyed an extended repose It had hadlen hadheen hadbeen
len announced three year before but It Itwan Itwa itwac
wan postponed because of the indi IndilillOllltilln IndilillOllltillnof > ositi > n nof
of the Divinely tall Lucienue Breval Then Thenfollowed Thenfollowed Thenfollowed
followed a long Illness < 8 of Jeande Joon de Iteazke Iteazkeand JtellzkeamI lteszkeand
and no attempt was made to give It till he herecovered herecovered herecovered
recovered when It was sung in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaOn
On the occasion of the revival in lOt 1K1Miss lpQ1111M lOtMiss
Miss Breval was the SeJiA Suzanne Adams Adamsthe AdamIhe
the Inez Jean de ReszUe the Vatco tit d Game QamaMr GarnaMr GameMr
Mr Campanari the AcuAco Mr Plancon Planconthe Plan on onthe
the Grand Inrjuiaitore and Mr Journet the theDon theDon theDon
Don Pedro Of this tbi cant only the two twoboitsea twobalSes twobasses
basses survived to take part In last nights nightspresentation nlghtspreAentatlon nightspresentation
presentation Mr Broval has gone back backto
to the Grand Opera Op ra of Paris Mr deReszke deReszkehas de RellZlte RellZltebafl Reezkohas
has retired and become a teacher Mr MrCampanari MrCampanari llrCampanari
Campanari Is flitting here and there Min MinAdams llI MissAdams R RAdams
Adams has succumbed to tioubloa tioubloaOther t1oublollOthor toubiosOther
Other time other singers Last night nightOlive nightOlive nightOlive
Olive Fremstad who used u ed to be a wonder wonderful wandelful ¬
ful Hrangdnt Rrang nf but who was unwilling to toremain toremain toremain
remain a contralto essayed yed the role r le of ofSflika orSika ofSelika
Sflika Mr Caruso Caru o bad his first oppor opportunity opportunlty opportitnity ¬
tunity to revel in the paradise of this opera operaMr operaMr operaMr
Mr Htracclari projected himself upon the thepublic tbepublio thepublia
public notice In the dusky guise of the thecombative thecombative thecombative
combative Netutko Ntlu fto It was an interesting interestingevening Intere Interestingevening ting tingeyenlng
evening
It was interesting but not altogether altogetherprofitable altogetherprofitable altogetherprofltablo
profitable Miss Fremstad is always artis artistic artilttlo artistic ¬
tic and intelligent but there Is still room for fordoubt tordoubt fordoubt
doubt as to whether she shows wisdom in inundertaking Inundertaking Inundertaking
undertaking such roles r lell as StliJca SeJ ka There Therewas Therewas
was some reason to believe that her voice voicewas voicewas
was 11 not no in I perfect pre condition cditi lost lt night nightand nightand nightand
and that may hare hav accounted aCut for some somedisappointment Ime Imedlepplntmont somedisappointinente
disappointment dlepplntmont In costume ctume makeup makeupand makeupad
and ad action she was commendable mendale but her herSfltka herSl herSelika
Sfltka Sl 1a ought to have the benefit of a repeti repetition repetition ¬
rpt
disclosed disclosedMr diac0 tion in I order orer that its it true tre merit merft may be bedisclosed bediac0 bedisclosed
Mr Caruso CaMIl sang 8g the th musio of Vatco Vcco di diGams dlGame diGarna
Gams Game with wih his usual wealth welth of a beautiful beautifultone bautifl bautifltone
tone but he was not a heroic or inspiring
figure fgur Mr Straooiari 8troiarJ was w a conventional conventionaland conventonal conventonalad conventionaland
and ad acceptable acptable ffilvako Mme Rappold Rappoldmade Rppld Rppldmde Bappoldmade
made mde of In mel ft just about at as asmuoh ° much as 11 is gen generally generaliy ¬
erally eraly made of that tht pt part and ad Mr Plancon Planconwho Plan gn gneraly on onwho nl
who sang Don D Pedro Pedr was ae dignified digified ana anastately anasttely and andstately
stately a a8 he invariably Is Mr Journet Journetupheld Journetupheld I Iu
upheld u held the honor of the priesthood I
Mr Vigna VilnB conducted cnduco the performance performancevery 1 1TOr
very TOr much according acrlng to t his own prormance sweet swe will willAt wi willAt
At time he treated trat the singers singer with the thegreatest thegrtet thegreatest
greatest grtet indifference Indiferenc Doubtless Doubtes It was 18 this thiswant thiswant thiswant
want of agreement alrO11ent among all concerned concernedthat cncerned cncernedthat concernedthat
that caused caUe the opera to move much of the thetime thetime thetime
time with leaden opra feet tee The paentry88 paentry88briht pageantrywasbright pageantrywas pageantrywasbright
bright briht and spectacular sptacular and nd the ballet bale dill disported dillprted dieported ¬
ported prted Itself Itsel with agility agilityMME altlty altlty1UI agilityMUE
MME 1UI MELBA 1EIBA AS 4 G1LDA G1LDARlKOtetlo Gln GlnfloleCo GILD4fttgolello
RlKOtetlo floleCo llraril Ilarr by b a Large Iarle Audience Aurlrlf at atthe atthf atthe
the thf UnnhalAn UnnhalAnVerdll Mnnlmtlnn MnnlmtlnnVerdis lanhatSsnVerdis
Verdis Verdll Rigoletto RIAoletto was w8sung sung at the Man Manhattan Manhattan an anhottn ¬
hattan hottn Opera Oper House Hose last night nlAht Mme MmeMelbn MmeMelba MineMelba
Melba made mde her second 10nd appearance apperanoe Im Impersonating 1mpernatin impersonating ¬
personating the misguided misguide daughter of ofthejeater oftheJeter ofthejeater
thejeater This in i II one oneothe of the roles r ll leewith with which whichthe whichtbe whichthe
the fame of her ler silvery lvry voice and of the theexquisite tboexquillite theexquisite
exquisite art of her tone production pruotion has haslong haslong haslong
long been b be n associated aMlated It I would bo idle to todeny todeny todeny
deny that the distinguished dlstlnulsho soprano soprno any anylonor anylonger
longer lonor looks the girlish glrlllh Gilda but what whatgreat whatgrt whatgreat
great grt singer lner does doe When we get girlish girlishfiildan girlsh girlshGldalwe girlishGildaaweusnally
time fiildan Gldalwe Gildaaweusnally we usually lsly get girlish lrlllh art at the same sametime sme smetme sametime
timeMmd tme
Mmd Mrn Melbas Melbs voice wan wa in superb lIuprb con condition condlt conditi ¬
dition dlt diti n lat night nl ht and when that tat is sold soldtherwt saIdtherest d dthe
therwt the rt vroctically yraclca lY goes go without wihout saying
The audience went into raptures raptr eaYng over overher 0 0her overher <
her and she deserved dered the applause applaus Such Suchglorious Buchglorios Suchglorious
glorious tones tone and such Ich sure re singing are area area
a great grt joy Mme Melba Melb was fortunate fortunatelast fortunte fortuntelat fortunatelast
last lat night nght in having havll aa a companion in insome In80me ins
some s mt of these that exquisite exquisie singer singerMr
Mr Bond Bone who made the most of his hl op opportunities op opportunitles ¬
portunities portunitiesMr porunitie
Mr Ir Renauds Rena ds Ittgolrito Rigodl is 1 one of the most moststriking mostIlriklng moststriking
striking impersonations ImpJnatlons known knoJ to tothe the con contemporaneous contempraneus contemporaneous ¬
temporaneous operatic oprto stage st We have havehad haveb havehad
tempraneus
had b jMtrs jeeters eaters who could culd produce pruo a more moreamazing moreama71ne moreamazing
amazing volume vohlml of r tons but TTO 0 hsvo 10 had hadnone ha hadnone
none ama71ne with a more mor convincing oonvinog embodiment embodimentof emboiment emboimentof
of the dramatic drmto content of the role rle With Withthree Withthr Withthree
three thr such artist artis in the th cast ct the old opera operawait operawas
wait 111 bound to please plo A great gt audience audienceheard audienc audienceheard opr
heard her It and ad gave many demonstrations dfnonstratons of ofdelight ofdelght ofdelight
delight delightWHEK delght delghtWHEN delightWHEV
WHEN IS COMEDY NOT COMKDVT COMKDVTnnrn COJllD COJllDUhl COVFDEtirn
nnrn Uhl tirn Itt I Served Up lAke Ike The Mlmlo lml and andthe an andthe
the Maid ald at the te Dijon IMJouThe DJoa DJoaTe DijonThe
The Te Mimic and the Maid lrald which whic the themanagement th themanagement
management mnagement classes cal aa a a merry mer musical musicalcomedy musicl musiclcomedy musicalcomedy
comedy was w produced pruo last It night at the theBijou theBIJou theBljou
Bijou Theatre Tbeatr amid amd screams sceaml of laughter laughterNothing lughter lughterNothing laughterNothing
Nothing like lk it has ba been ba seen n since sinc the theCherry theCer theCherry
Cherry Cer sisters Illters appeared appre here and If the thefates tbetate thefates
fates tate are in a particularly pricrly good mood It Itmay ItrY itnwy
may rY last lst for the remainder rmainder of the to week weekLast wek wekL8t weekLast
Last L8t nights audience audienc gave up taking it iteeriously Itouly Itseriously
seriously ouly before the first act was half over overand o overand er erad
and ad thereafter enjoyed it as I a burlesque burlexqueof burleRue burleRuea
I of a the worst wort that U I offered ofer a A as musical musicalcomedy mwdcl mwdclI musicalcomedy
comedy comedySome comey comeySme comedySome
Some Sme one named nme Allan Lowe Lwe wrote the thebook thebk thebook
book bk and lyrics Iyrlc As there was no net nethandy nethady nethandy
handy he wisely remained rmaine out of sight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the audience audienc Nothing so devoid of humor humorplot humorplot humorplot
plot or action has h been bl eeen ln on Broadway Broadwayin
in many a day d A Baldwin Sloaiiee Bloa ee musio musiofitted musiofted niueiofitted
fitted fted It exocty exoctyA eXBt eXBtA
A half hal drilled dried chorus chors nude rde terrible lerlble noisea noiseaand noille noises noisesand
and a near 101 pony ballet balet helped helpe along the theagony theagony theagony
agony by individual dancing Janet Jant Mel Melville 1el 1el1e Melvillo ¬
ville 1e and EvioStet Evle Stet8n Stetson on got not a few fe real r I laughs laughswith laughsw
with w Ith the sort Irt of work they the have hve done before beforein
Ih
in vaudeville vaudevie and Alice Alce Craft Craf Benson Berlon might mighthave mighthve mighthave
have hve sung well wel if she had hd had real rel music mUlio to toning toIlng tosing
sing sunl Dorothy Russell R18el got some applause applauseby appaul
by trying tryin hard har to be a soubrette lubrete and Harry HurryWatson HarryWatson HarryWatson
Watson made a good go impre impression nion in spite spiteof I
of the author In fact the whole company companytried companyrle companytried
tried for all al they were worth to make the thething thething thething I
thing rle a go but they never had hd a chance chancefrom chancetrom chancefrom
from the flret flretA lt ltA
A Popular Teddy Tedy Bear Ber Matinee lalln e i iannounced iA iAannonco isannounced
announced annonco for next Wednesday If I such suchan luch luchan suchan
an event evnt is i pulled pule off the S P J C A might mightwell mightwel mightwell
well wel Interfere InterfereFLIIHIIU Interftre InterftreIIIWIIO interfereFIJ1JGIliJ
FLIIHIIU IIIWIIO ACTOIIS 4Tf1 Arrimt ArrimtLong 1 II1 i Ufo UfoIonc I It Itlong I
Long Afternoon frrloon of Tears Mill 111 lnnslitrr In InAmerican I Ii Iitnierhnn
American Academy AcatrI lii IIII IIIIThe IIihlhk IIihlhkThe lli lliThe
The friends and relative relatve of the pupils pupilsof
of thn th American Americn Academy Acatlmy of Dramatic DramaticArt Jrallllc JrallllcArt lramatieArts
Art Art filled fied the Criterion Crterion Theatre yesterday yesterdayafternoon yelterdayafernoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon afernoon at the fifth firh performance prrormanr of the theschool thechool theschool
school this Ihl season HlQOn The programme progrmme was wasa wal wala
a long one made up of a I two act play pL1 The TheHlumberer TheHlumhertr TheSlumberer
Hlumberer Hlumhertr translated tmnllnled by Edwin Star StarBelknap HIrBlknap 8tirBelktiap
Belknap Blknap from the French of Andin do doLorde 10 10Iorre doLorde
Lorde and a three thre act faico nice cnIM cal d The TheChalk IbeChalk iheChalk
Chalk Iorre Mark 1IIUI written by Algernon A eron iassin iassinand Jain Jainand lassinand
Franks FranksThe FranksThe
and Hawley Frnk FrnkThe
The 14wley Hlumberer Hlumbelr in a double barrelled barrelledpeHslmism harreled harreledpHlmllr barrellednessimism
peHslmism in which the tears toor flow fact and andfrequently Ind IndIrcueoty andfrequently
frequently pHlmllr and the thlnMI finish l 1M entirely enlirl3 de depressing denres8lnl tieuressing ¬
pressing Ircueoty Frnkirio Sanford Snfor Henry Falk FulkNancy F FalkNancy lk lkNancy
Nancy nres8lnl A Avril vril vrl Fnklno and Caroline Carlne Girtnfield were wer Its Itschief 111 111chler itschief
chief players and were heartily hen heart rl iy dv applauded applaudedAn
An plyer audience alldieno like lkt that at the Criterion Criterionyesterday Grllrlon GrllrlonylIterday Criterionyesterday < I
yesterday afternoon afernoon in I always more than thancordial thancordial thancordial
cordial but Its It I approval ap roval of a little htle woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who appeared In The Chalk Mark went wentfar wentrar wentfar
far beyond apprd the th e limits lmis of conventional col1eutlonal ip ipplauw lIPlau8 p pplause
plauw lau8 Her name Ilme is II Evelyn E Ferguson Fergusonand frJwm frJwmand erguwn erguwnand
and she Ihe played plyed the not unique part of a aslavey aIlavey aelavey
slavey Ilavey called clt from an orphan asylum in a amanner Rmanner amanner
manner that reminded rminded a good many mny persons personsot
ot the drolleries drolfrell of Katie Kate Barry B The To pmon farce farceitself farceitself arco arcoIt81f
0 itself It81f dealt with a variety varlty of complications complicationsInvolving compllatlnD complicatlinaInvolving
Involving spiritualism 8plrtualsm dress suits elt a gay gaybachelor gaybchelor gaybachelor
bachelor bchelor theosophy tbesphy a testy uncle unle a but button buttoM buttons ¬
ton and a burglar burglr It got a good many manylaughs mny mnyJauhs manylaughs
laughs and moved movd with wth a smoothness mOthne a and andprecision anC andprecision
n Jauhs precision prlon that th wpk bespoke long and ad diligent dllet dlletn
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HE 11 Ii MtST UrfT RE DKVOVnED OR OIK OIKAIIEAHSICH nll PMtiiI4nircli
AIIEAHSICH IS THE LAW LAWirttiirrortlt IA IAI LAWIliluefortk
I irttiirrortlt Ht11rforll lie 1f Mlio hu UrlnKn Must ud Eat and andNut andul andot
Nut ul ltd lil httay 1oail I ood for Drrornthe Jlrllhe Purposes PurpeiMSolelj PUlo PurposesSolely
Solely 10111 llrrlaret UllIarN the 11f Appellate Ulvltloo UlvltlooMiiih DIIIO Diritleaitti
nlb itti Miiih iu 11clrnt JileIsteflIMI i trne on Uood oo ood Pallh PallhA l al
A 1 r1 Ut of brrr A co good < > oj ctrar clra Iud uj Thou ThotiAll Thol ThouAl
All AlI Tli rhaL I Inured Il d In Miniliy Sunll lnucti rnowt rnowtIav rOowilVf
Iav lVf 11 > la II n I Irhe SiMilurfA SiMilurfAThe itiSs5The
The Kainen bln law sandwich landwlch got a body bodyblow bodyblow bodyblow
blow ye yesterday terday from the Appellate Applate Di Division Divllion DIvision ¬
vision vllion of the Supreme Court that may have havefatal huefatal havefatal
fatal results rMllt A fatality fatalty Is bound to occur oocurin ocur ocurIn
in any event should the tle Court COlrt of Appeals Appealsag Appall Appalla
ag a referee hold that the blow was 18 true slid atidnot ad adnot slidnot
not foul for then either a man must eat et th thandwich tbe tbenndwlch thsandwich
sandwich or do without hU hi Sunday Sunday grog grogBut groiBut grogBut
But one Justice Justoe of the Appellate Applate Court Courthad Courthad Courthad
had the courage ourae to raise his voice vol e Indefenoa Indefenoaof Indefeno ludefenoofpoorsandwlch
ofpoorsandwlch of porandwloh poor sandwich His HisnameFrnkC name FronkCLaugh FronkCLaughlin Fron C Lugh Lughlin Laugh Laughliii
lin will wi reverberate down the passage pu alM of oftime oftime oftime
time as 8 that of a hero But no such lucl glory gloryawaits gloryawalt8 gloryawaits
awaits his hil four associates 10clate Francis M Scott HoottJohn Bot ScottJohn
John Proctor Clarke Edward Patterson Pattersonand Pater on onand
and George L Ingraham Mark Mlrk well wel this thislast thl thllast thislast
last name nme for Justice Juatce Ingraham In rahalD It was who whowrote whowrote bo bowrote
wrote the theopinion opinion opinon in which the sad message messageto mMiaj8 mMiaj8t
to t Now Yorkers is set forth The others othersconcurred other8onourred othersconcurred
concurred onourred but wrote wrte no separate leparte opinion opinionThat opinionThat opinionThat
That a grain of comfort omfort and solace Ilace may mayhelp my myhelp mayhelp
help to lessen lesen the cruel blow let the dissent dissentIng disent disentIng dissenting
Ing opinion of Justice Ju tl08 Laughlln ho con considered cn cnsidere considered ¬
sidered sidere first ftr t On his hil generous views of the thaSunday theSunday theSunday
Sunday needs nes of the Inner man depends dependswhat depend8what dependswhat
what prospect prollpct the great gret multitude mutude may mayhave mayhave mayhave
have of a different diferent legal leia Interpretation Intereation at atthe atthe atthe
the hands of the superior suprior court courtJustice ourt ourtJustice courtJustice
Justice Laughlin Iaughln confesses onfessM that he mint mintagree mUltree mustagree
agree ree with wih Justice Intlo Ingrahams construction constructionof ontrclon ontrclonof
of tho law but he adds significantly significantlyWl slgnI8cnty slgnI8cntyere
Wl W1ere ere a party who hM h not 4 I room rom In the thehotel Ibl thehotel
hotel enters the eating eUnc room rom of a hotel hotII on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday and first frllt asks ak for food foo and in n con connection conn1ton connection ¬
nection n1ton with it I asks kll for liquid lQuid refreshments refreshmentsI reruhmtnt reruhmtntI
I think the proprietor proprltr In the absence of other otherevidence otherIvldenoe otherevidence
evidence Ivldenoe of the purpose purpse of the visit Is Justified JustifiedIn
In assuming alumlnc that the primary purpose Is to toobtain t toobtain
obtain obtin something aometblnl to t eat elt Since It baa b been beendecided ben bendelde beendecided
decided delde that a sandwich may conatitute conlltute a ameal ameal ameal
meal I think thnk It It I Immaterial Immatfrlel that the sand aandwloh sandwtoh nd ndIob
wloh Iob after afer havIng balnl been ordered orere first frt la not noteat noteaten noteaten
eat eaten n It I 1 Is not improbable Imprbeble that a man may maythink mlTtblnk maythiak
think he has b an appetite appett and fnl find when the thefood thefoo thefood
food foo Is placed plae before him that he has ha not notthat notthat notthat
that cannot cnnot affect alft his original orlcln order orer for food foodupon roo foodupon
upon upn which the proprietor proprlttr was w Justified JUltho In Inacting Inectnl Inacting
acting actingAnd ectnl actingAnd
And again be says saysThe saysThe s sThe
The statute sttute does doe not aiiume 1Ule to prescribe prescribethe vrtMrlut
the hours during which meals IlaJ nmr 11 iiis be 11 nerved nervedIn Ire
In a hotel hotelBut botelBut hotelBut
But Justice JUlltl o Ingraham Ingmhar and hit hi three threebrethren lir threebrethren
brethren of the bench bnch think otherwise otherwiseFour otherwl4 otherwiseFour
Four excise excif deputies deputes hirelings hlrlnK of May Maynard Maynard Maynard
nard N Clement the Stato Commli Commissioner Commissionerof ommll loner ioBerof
of Fscise xci are the root and origin of the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole trouble lx llt Lest > t an indignant indilltt populace populaceheaded ppulac populaceheaded
headed heded by another nnd 011 less It deliberate deliberateJudge delberRt delberRtJudge loliberateJudge
Judge surnamed lynoli Jynrhlbollld should do < lo them themharm themhn themharm
harm hn their names namel shall hal not b J be mentioned mentionedBut mlntoltd mlntoltdBlt
But Blt their deeds deW shall shal be told toldI loldJune toldLast
I Last > ast June 10 as ever wax wal oh fiabjeous fiabjeousdayt frabjeousdayl
dayt dy two of the theo o men mel entered enterd the hostelry hostelryof oltelr
of Mrs Irs Henrietta Henrieta Martin IRrin at 299 1 Seventh Seventhavenue Sventh Sventhavenllo Seventhavenue
avenue It was a Sunday and they pro protending pr pretending ¬
tending thirst Ihlrt Nit in a room rom where were werefifteen werefifteen ere ereften
fifteen ften other of Mrs Irll Martins Martlnl guests guestsTho guets guetsThe guestsThe
The two called cled for some 110mI of Dame Martins Martinwexcellent Marin Marinexclent Martinsexcellent
excellent exclent beer ber which was WI brought to them themby themby themby
by an unsuspecting unlluspctlng waltor waltorOn caIterOn aIM aIMOn
On the table before befor them no these Ihel villains villainstestified viain villainstestified
testified teltlfled lay Mcmp ecrap of bread brd upon upn a plate platePoor platePoor platePoor
Poor harmless hrmles Innocent Innornt sandwich Indwlch god godchild godchid godchild ¬
child chid of an illustrious iuslrious legislator legilalor what had hadIt hd hdIt
It done to be thus defamed d But they theyforsooth theyfortb theyforsooth
forsooth fortb ignored Iltnoredi it nor paid any hoed hoedto hed hedto
to its Is wail wal for consumption And because becauseit bCUI
it wore wor no sidearms sderll in the shape sbap of knife knifeand knifeand knifeand
and frk fork they took occasion osion later when whenout whenout benout
out of its sight and andundertho under the protection prwtion of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Supreme Court Cllrt to add insult to toInjury toInjur toinjury
Injury Injur by declaring that poor pr sandwichs sandwichsappeal Indwlchs Indwlchsappal sandwlchsappeal
appeal appal won not a genuine gnuine cry of distress distressthey diltrls diltrlsthey distressthey
they dared to intimate that it I did not want wantto
to be b eaten eten But of that more anon anonTheir anonThir anonTheir
Their Thir innards inard soothed othd and refreshed retrhe by byMrs byMrs
Mrs 11 Martins Mrtin kindly malt they went their theirscheming thir thirhemng theirscheming
scheming hemng way The Th following folowing Sunday Sundaythey RundJYthey Sundaythey
they returned returnedthis = this time tme accompanied acmpnied by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two friends frend But Mrs n Martins lIMlnH eagle eye eyehad eyohd eyehad
had hd pierced bler ieroed through their brazen braen armor armorBho armorSho armorSho
Sho knew knw their mission ml8lon and sent them themword themword themword
word that they must mUlt first fnt eat elt before they theycould theycouldtr theycoulcttrv
could couldtr coulcttrv trv tier hr liauors UQuon And at thin thil behest behestthey hhAI hhAIthey behestthey
sandwiches sandwichesWith andwicbl andwicblWith they ordered order what wht Four of the despised despisedsandwiches dplsdandwicbl despisedaandwicbeel
With these theo the waiter waier brought four nog nogDins nogRi floggins
Ri gins Dins of spirits IIplrlt and a OR 1 many may of water watfr Then Thenthese Thenthe Thenthese
these the deputies depute arising arlling quaffed quafe the rye ryeand ryead ryeanl
and ad left the sandwiches IdwlcheA paying paylnj Dame DameMartin DameMaii DameMartin
Martin Maii however her full fiI bill bi of 70 cents centsfor ct centsfor
for whiskey whlke and 20 0 for the meal mel And BO BOthey I sothey
they the departed depr bent on mulcting their theirhostess thefrhOllt theirhostess
hostess hOllt in 11200 112 for her hospitality hOpitaltv by byasking byalnl byasking
asking alnl the Supreme Court olrt to declare delare her herlicense herlicnse herlicense
license licnse forfeited forfeitedThe foreite forfeitedrho
The court did not look lok favorably on their theirapplication theIraJpUcaton theirarplication
application aJpUcaton and in short hor denied it I holding holdingthat
that Mistress llslrf Martin h hld had d ot obeyed y l the law lawto lawto lawto
to the letter and in the I spirit lrl by by serving servingthem servingthem rvlnl
them with wih food to ai al well Wfl as a drink Not con content content content ¬
tent they the appealed aDpaled and the decision deilon of the theAppellate tbeAppelat theAppellate
Appellate Appelat Court is i a peremptory order ordercancelling orer orercncelig ordercancelling
cancelling cncelig the certificate crifcate and ad leaving Dame DameMartin DameMarin DameMartin
Martin Marin to mourn mour the day dayJustice da
Justice Ingraham m in his hi opinion dwells dwellson dwels dwelson
on the clause claus Ing in the statute Ittutf which nays naysthat MSthat saysthat
that to justify justy the sale of liquor on Sunday
it must mUlt appear that the th purchaser purohar is II one onewho onowho onewho
who Mln in good faith faih occupies a t room in inthe Inthe inthe
the hotel or who during the hours when whenmeals whe whenmeals
meals mlala are regularly served ferve therein Ihell resorts resortsto reor
to the hotel for the purpose of obtaining obtainingand
and actually actualy orders orers and purpI obtains at such suchtime lIuchtme suchtime
time tme in good go faith faih a meal therein He Hecomments Hecommen Hecommente
comments commentsThere commen commenThere commenteThere
There wa wal no evidence 1ldtDCI that tlat at the time timethese tme tmethese timethese
these persons rsns were wPe served lerf meals mlal were Ir reiru reirularlr rlKl rlKllarly regularly
larly served Itrvt In this place or that llieHe Ille persons personswent persna persnavent personsvent
vent to thin place for fl the purpose purpse i of > f obtain obtaininz oblalnInc obtaining
Inc In good ood faith ralh a meal mealIn Dla1 nipalIn
In this thiscnse csse none 10nr of I the b usual IAlai accessaries accessarieswith Icr lorles lorleswith
with which meals ore art served rvl were re In use III and andI mdthere andthere
there thrl wsi 4 nothing nothlnl l t > indicate that meals mealswere mtnlI mealswere
were wtre being blo served srvt to the th clients uesls of the hotel hotelIt hottlI
It I in quie quite iit impossible Iplble to lay down any
bard and font fWt rule rlll tut W to what shall hal consti constitute CMtl CMtltute constitUte ¬
tute a meal mel adds JUltlce Justice Ingraham Inraham and andhe andbe andlie
he quotes previous decisions deiionl to how Ihow that thatat
at times a Hand Mndwlch sandwich wich may be a meal IMI But Buthe nuthe Buthe
he leys Y down thin thl rule ruleTo rle rulero
To 0 lii 11lh lutify tlfv the proprietor of 0 a hotel In fur furnishitic rlr rlrI furnislilng
nishitic ni hhu to a transient vueo 11 Honor Ilmor upon lon Hun Hunday Hln Hlnda thindaP
day da the situation 8ltlllon mum mll 1 tie h 1111 siii m h us n to Indii Ildlull Ildlullloa hidhale hidhaleto ule uleto
to loa a person prAon of ordinary ordhlH inlelllifenrf inIIIHnft > that t the theKiiexl I theiOiet t
Kiiexl IItMl had resorted to the tie establishment flablbment to toobtain 10oblail toohtahii
obtain oblail In good 10od faith falb a meal 1t11 and that the tlieli tu tuIfliOr thehiutior
Incident to that thatmeat IhlLIlal thatiiisl
li IfliOr hiutior < mor he 11 ordered was an 11
meat Ilal not that the object obJtcl was I as to obtain obtall liquor liquorordering iltiliororderinC qlor qlorordrlnl
ordering ordrlnl some me article arldl W r food which was wasnot walllot wasIIOI
not lot consumed 10Mlled to accomplish loaccomplh that purpose purposeIt llrp
It I Is II the Ite oblnlninx obtllnlni of the Ihplalln meal In Rood Iod faith faithwhich faithwhich alh alhwhich
which authorizes althorl7 the It hotel keeper kEtller as al part partof
of that meal mlul to furnWi rlrnlh liquor 1110r and not the theordering theorderinl theordering
ordering orderinl of a small nal portion porol of food roo for the thepurpose IheIlrpt thepurpoe
purpose of so 10 coloring foJorinl the Ih transact I transaction fi nllton Ion that the theliiuor Ihefluor lieIliiuor
liiuor Ilrpt can be obtained without wlhoul the meal mealMerely meal31rtly mealMerely
Merely 31rtly upplyinif sllpplrhl an article arlcl of food with withthe wlh wlhIhe withthe
the liquor IQllor that Is I ordered landing alandili alone alonedoes aloned1 alonedoes
does d1 not justify Juty jutifythe the hotel keeper keeplr In furnishing furnlnhlnsrliiiuor rllrnIAblni furnishingliquor
liiiuor liiiuorOn lquor liquorOn
On these thf arguments ar mentl Justice Justce Ingraham Ingrahamreverse Ingaham Ingahamreve Ingrabamreverses
reverse reve the ruling nllnK of the court below and andorderH andtrder andorden
orderH trder the cancellation cal1oJlaton of Dame Martins Martinstax Mnrln
tax certificate certicte So now ye Sunday tippler tipplerbid Ilpplll tipplersbid I
t1
bid your appetite appetit befriend ye yeTnr yet yetT1 Yehlir
Tnr T1 llnston IMlo Ntninlioii quartet quartetAt Quatrl QuatrlA
At A t the concert concrt of the Boston BOton Symphony SymphonyQuartet SymphonyQuartet SymphonyQuartet
Quartet In Mendelssohn Iendel ohn Hall lal yesterday yesterdayafternoon YMterray YMterrayafrrnoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon afrrnoon Hugo Kaims Kallnl quartet quartt In D major majorwan mjorW
wan W heard for the thefrt first time It I proved provedtd
td be b an lnterer Interftnl interesting Un c novelty novelt The hut hutmovement lastmovement
movement in i an uncommonly beautiful beautifuland beautul beautuland uI uIand
and miwiclanly mulclnly piece Ie of writing writng Beetho Beethovens Betho Bethovenl Beethoyens ¬
yens quartet In F minor opus 95 9 9 was the thaother theother theother
other venl instrumental IntrmentJ number num r and ad between betweenthe betwe
the two Mme NiessenStone NlenBtne sang BOOM BOOMunfamiliar someunfamllIar m
twt 8
unfamiliar uaUa songs 101 by b b Schubert Shub Shubf
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IImIE PI O1ICE5 A HANMERSTEIX HANMERSTEIXWife llIE1ITEI llIE1ITEI1fe
Wife 1fe ef l One of Oscars Oa Uoai I C Gel U Her 111 In Inlerlocutory InIfrlocutor interlonutory
lerlocutory Ifrlocutor D DMe DMeSupreme Deoree DeoreeSupreme eree ereeSupreme
Supreme Court Cou CourtJustioe Justice Jutic Fltlerld W signed algnedan
an interlocutory Iterlotor decree decre yesterday verdq granting grantingto grantng grantngto
to Mrs 1lrs Jean Jea Hammentein Berstl a dlvoroa dTOr from fromArthur fromArlur fromArthur
Arthur Arlur Hammorsteln Hammortl on oe one of the f famous famousOscardsons famou famousOscarusona
Oscardsons Oscarlone Hammerstelnl Hamt Hammertellinbo lntbo In tho theatre theatredecorating tbetr theatredecorating
decorating dertlnl business bulnf and had b charge ougeoholle ougeoholleof of some someof someof
of the work on the Manhattan Matin Opera Op House HouseHe BOII HouseHe
He is II the senior len lor partner paer to t Hammentein HammenteinA Hameteln Hametelnd
A d 1 Oenlvelle Denlvele who have an a establishment establishmentat etblshment etblshmentat
at 41 1 West
Wft Fiftyfourth Fifyfourtb treat et strtetTin treatTim
Tim b divorce divore null WM tried te quietly quetI before beforeElelc betoreElek beforeElok
Elelc L Ludwigh who wa wul w named M referee refereeby rfer
by Justice Justce Bisohoff Blobot After Aft taking tkg con conslderabln confldeabl conelderabli
slderabln fldeabl testimony tftmony Mr Ludwlgh ludwSb reported reportedthat rpor
that tat be considered cn8idere Mrs MM Hammentein Hammenteinentitled Bammeteln Bammetelnentile Hammersteinentitled
entitled entile to a divorce lvoro with wit alimony almon of o OfS2S OfS2Sa t5 t5a
a week wek and the custody ct of the only child childElaine chid chidEme childEaine
Elaine who Is now U 1 years Yers old oldThe oldhe oldThe
The he evidence eldeno showed sowe that tat the Hammer Haimneretelnawere Hame Hammeratainswere
etelnawere sn wee married mle In Jersey i Jer City Cty on O osiFebru osiFebruarr Febru February Febr ¬
ary ar IB 1863 18 Mn Mr HammerateiD HammtiD who la ladescribed i Isdtiortbed
described daorb a as a remakabr remarkably good go looking lookingwoman lookingwoman lookIngwoman
woman lived lve at Union Unon Hill Hi before beore the thamarriage th themarriage
marriage mrriag She and Hammeretein Hammetrn lived livedtogether Jve ltodtogether
together tO lber at 2t Manhattan Mnat U1 avenue avenu till ti two twoyearn twoyeal twoyears
yearn yeal ago when whe they tbe separated leporatadIff eaat I
Iff Ii her he complaint complint Mrs Mr Hammeretein Hammereteinaccused Bametel HammersteInacoused
accused BCOllled her heI husband hUlband of adultery adulery with wit a awoman awoman
woman called cle for the te sake of legal pro prcprlotlon pr proprletiess
prlotlon plete Jane Jae Doe Do at the Hotel Hotl Richelieu Jobelol
52 West Slgmund SigmundBrant
Wet Twentyfourth Twentytourth street Irt SlgmundBrant SigmunaBrt
Brant Brt Arthur Arlur TwentrIour Canning Cannlg and ad the proprietor proprietorand
proprer proprerad
and ad de dek deekelerk k clerk cek of the Hotel Hotl Richelieu Roheleu were werethe wer werethe
the principal witnesses wltne Brant Brt and ad Canning Canningtestified Cag Cagtetlfe CannIngtestified
testified tetlfe prlnoipa to following rolowg Hammenteiu Hamm tel one onanight onenght onenight
night nght in Jlily Jly last and ad seeing lelg him enter et enterthe entertheJtichehieu the theJticheliou theJcheleu
Jticheliou Jcheleu in the company compay of a woman womandressed woma womandressed
dressed dre In a blue silk Ilk polka plk dot dross d Ho Heregistered Horegter Horegistered
registered as William WII New and wife wifeThey wle wleT wifeThey
They T regter wont wot to the room r he bad a engaged engagedand eniraredand
te
and found kirn bl and the te woman woma in I dishabille dishabilleThey dlbablo dlbablo1e dIshabilleThey ege 1 1who
They 1e BO 1 reported rprted to t MI Mra Hammerateln Hammeratelnwho Har teln
who then began her divorce divor proceeding proceedingWALTER pring pringIITER proceedIngWtITPR
WALTER IITER S IIOOLE 11OTF b0GT JR SHOT SHOTProminent ShOTrremlneul flaI flaIPromln11
Prominent Chicago hlcao Man Found Font1 Dead In HU HUlluoin HI HIloom h1ihluouii
lluoin loom at Home HeineCHICAGO I HomeCnicao 01 e eCHICAGO
CHICAGO Jan 11 I Waler Walter S ifogle Jr Jra
a noted golf gol player and mining engineer engineerand enginerAnd
and a son of Walter Waler S Bogle president plldent of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the Crescent Crcnt Coal Cal and > od Mining Company Companywan Compny CompnyWM
wan found fouo dead today tody from a bullet bulet wound woundin
in hit hl room rm at the Bogie Bgle home Deep mys mystery mYI niystery ¬
tery ter surround flurrounW the tragedy which occuned occunedin
in A room rom filled 111 with wth odd od weapons and andtrophiett andtrophies i
trophies trophil of the chase chaseThe ch chaseThe epnl I
The voting man nm won found by hm hil sister riterMm II sisterMrs tEr 1 1In
Mm In Nellie vounp le ttogle Saner Suer wife of Dr H E ERhe FSaner
Buer Saner rhe bulet bullet that kled killed young Hogle Hoglecame Boglecame I
came from a big maga7ln magazine gun younf whIch wal was wasfound I
found In Ih9 t he rom room m Ills Ilstertold sister g told the ple police policeshe
she Rh heard helrd the hot and hurried bured to her herbrothers herbrothors I
brothers room rm There Ther sl11 she io found him himlying bimlying himlying
lying on the floor floorWhen floorVhen I IWhen
When the foor police polc investigation Inestlgaton began beganmyptery beganmystery gn I ImYfter
mystery mYfter at once enveloped envelopd the affair afair Lieut LieutDammnn Leut LeutDamman LieutDarnmnn
Dammnn who hurried huret to the home with withseveral wltbsverl withseveral
several sverl policemen polcemen declares declars that he does doesnot dos dosnol doesnot
not think young Bogle Bgle was Wa shot with wih the themagarine thomagllne themagaiine
magarine gun It bore bre no ro powder marks markshe markh markshe
he h Mid and held hld no cartridge cartridgeYoung Orridr cartridgesYoung
Young Younr Bogle Bgle expected expt to leave lve Chicago Chicagofor Chlgo Chlgofor
for St Bt Lou Lul Louis at 11 1 oclock ocok oclo k today tody on an animportant anImprant animportant
important Imprant bneihes bn81he matter mlter He le was WMa WMagrdllnte a agraduate agraduate
graduate of Cornell Crnel University UniversityTKIIS Univrt Univrt7FU UniversityTL5
TKIIS IF WALSHS STRUGGLE STRUGGLEMan SBllG1 SBllG1laD
Man Who bo Hold Id Him Ih Railroad Rairoa Appear Appea Be Before Be Hefore ¬
fore forf flraad Grad Jury JuryCHICAGO JuryCiucoo ur I
CHICAGO CHCAGO Jan 11 IDetals 11Details Details of the futile futilestruggle fute fute8trgClO futilestruggle
struggle 8trgClO of John R Walsh to finance fnanc his hisSouthern hil hisSouthern I
Southern Suther JlnolA Illinois Railway of hU hl break breakwi brenklecarle breakwiCharles
wi wiCharles lecarle Cbarles H Bonworth BOworth first fr t vicepresident vicepresi Icepreidel ¬
dent del of the railroad rairoad and of Bosworths Bosworthsbecoming BsworthlI BsworthlIb Bosworthsbecoming
becoming b mlnR his nemesis ne I as a Federal Fw rl bank bankexaminer blnk blnkexainer bankexaminer
examiner exainer were wer told tld in Chicago Cllcl today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The story try was told when C M Foreman Foremanof
of East aet St t LOUIS Luis the man m who sold ld the theroad theroad theroad
road to Walsh alsh appeared M a witness lltneM before beforethe b beforethe rore rorethe
the Federal Grand appre Jury JuryThe Jur JuryThe
The question whether the the directors diretors of ofthe oftheChlcag ofthe
the theChlcag T Chicago qlelton National NatIonl Bank Bnk except exCpt possibly jxmaiblyFrrf pibl piblFr possiblyFred
be made of ofindictment orIndictment ofindictment
Fred Fr M 1 Blount Blolnt will wi b subject IIlbjet
indictment also alst came up upThe uphe upThe
The he Grand Jury Jur adjourned late this thisafternoon Ihlsalmn thisafternoon
afternoon almn until unll Monday Mondayof MondayNews
News e1 of Pity Pa and ad Player PlayerThe Playl PlaylThe PlayersThe
The title tte of the new condo cmlo opera opa in which whichRavmond whichRYond whichRaymond
Raymond RYond Hitchcock Hitchck will wl star and ad for which whichWallace whichw whichVallaco
Wallace w ll Irwin Irin is writing writnA the lyrics lyic has hasbeen h88been hasbeen
been changed chaged from The he Trouble Seeker Seekerto 8klr 8klrt
to t A Yankee Yane Tourist TOlrlt The Te first frst produc production produo produotion ¬
tion will wi be on February 5 I in the Stud Sttidebaker Studbaker1ee Studebaker
baker baker1ee Theatre Chicago ChicagoClyde Chicgo ChicgoClyde ChicagoClyde
Clyde Fitch will wi be bethe the guest of honor honorat
at the annual nn a1 dinner diner of the Boston Bto get Authors AuthorsClub Amhol AuthorsClubwhioh
Club Clnbwhloh which takes taes place in that thatcity city cty tonight tonightMra tonightlir
Mrs lir Julia Jllla Ward Howe la president pre ldet of the theclub Ihecuh theclub
club cuh and Col Thomas boma Wentworth Wentworthtion Ir Iliggin Iligginsot in inMi
sot Mi the vicepresident vicepresidentGen vlcpreldent vlcpreldentOnTr4n0 vicepresidentOrnrrl4
OnTr4n0 OnTr4n0Gen Ornrrl4 UT UTen
Gen en Tt F Patterson PAtenon a veteran of many mll eu eunaReinents eulallaelt1 en5eiflefltN
naReinents lallaelt1 In Il1lhe the American civil oivl war died dlf at a atSI
81 8t Catharine Ont on Thursday fllrdlY aged 71 71year 1 lirears
year After tb the clone 1I08e of the Ih war wa Gen Patter Pallr Pallrlon Patterson
ion Jnr son waa appointed fer by b President > re Ulent Grant Collet Collettor Colhetbr oUrtlor
eppoJntt
lon tor of Internal Revenue of the western dis district dlsIrlct dlatrict ¬
trict of TeniifMee lnntlet which office o 1 he hI held hlld thir thirteen Ihlrtlll lhlrtech ¬
teen tlll year PUI He le was 181 later lallr postmaster po tm811r at atMempbU atMlmpbli atMemphis
Memphis Mlmpbli and held the lit office omCf until unti iHttfl J116 when whenhe whenle
he wan appointed I United Diled States Stalf ConsulGen ConsulGeneral ConeulGentral ¬
eral tral le W8 to India applnle where lie remained remalnld till 11 In broken brokenhealth broktnhalth brokenhealth
health he went ent to 81 Catharines alllrle here he ht had hadln Isd Isdslm hadsince
since ln resided rrlde Mr M W V H Merrltt ferlU and the theMI Ihee tieMleee
terM MI Mleee eM e ratterron Iallron of Montreal are ae his dniiRh dniiRhterK Inlh Inlhler daughterM
terKDavid lerDa David Da ld JeremIah AurhmooJy AIrhmooJy died at It his hishome hil hishome
home In Kingston JnCllol N V rt yesterday tslerday alter rtr a abrief abritf abrief
brief illness at the thl age of 0 5 r as years ears He le was nasa 8
a past Inf8at grand granl Ctmncellor lhrAcelor of the grand Rrandloll lodge lodgriKnlchtu lodgeKniht
Knlchtu plt of Pythias of thy the 8tate of New York Yorkand Yorksld Yorkend
and sld Knllhts pant State Iyhla Councillor Iollncior of the United UnitedOrder UnitedOhler UnitedOrder
Order pl of American ADtlcan Mechanics Ilechanlla 1or twenty twentyseven twtnt twtntn twentyseven
seven n years eara he wa secretary of Crystal Lodge LodgeKnlghtu Ldge LdgeKnhrhtl LodgeKnights
Knights of Honor of Kingston KlnlKtoo and was wa a amember amember aniember
member of the 10nor Knllhts Knights of the tle Golden Seal SealBesides Beallidt SealHeldea
Besides lidt hl hII his wife IH he is 18urlved survived by two t 10 sons Iona sonsone sonsoneconnected one onerounected on on10InPlld
connected 10InPlld with wi h the Standard Oil 01 Company Companyt ComplY ComplYat
at t Albany AlblIyand and one with Ilh the U I 1 Heinz Com Company Compan CornPliny ¬
pany pan of New ew York city iltyThe 11 cityhuip
The Hey William Wiiam Henry llnry Decker D D Done Don Done
one on of tlif th Ilv oldest Id t rlerirymen d4rlmen in A M o K Zion Ziont ZionCiiuicIi inn innCliiucli
Cliiucli t hllch U 1 dead at his homo ho In Newburch NewburchMr Ne1burcl
Mr wa ttO yearn old and was at erne ol lime limepreslciliiK timepresiditig
WI 0 YUlr anr tme tmer
preslciliiK 1f r ldlnl elder of the th New ew York Conference Conferencelie Confren
lie Ip had been beln pastor pIAl or In New Ne ew York ork rltv < v Boston BOMOUand BOIOI Bostonand
and ceveral tvral place placflu In New York Hlate tate and andPennsylvania andnnlylvanla andienniylvania
Pennsylvania nnlylvanla He Il celebrated hi bill fiftieth frlelb an annivemary anninrlry aniulversary
nivemary ninrlry a as a minister mllller about nine year yearago yeatsago ar araco
ago Bishop Uoo Hood preaching pnacblnl the oommemort oommemorttlon ommlr ommlrton
lion ton sermon Ilrmon Three 111rte children chidren survive him himJohn himJobn himJohn
John W lloyt 101 Hr Sr1 r aged aCld m t eeyars years died dlld at athl aihi athim
hl him home In Mount Yernon ernon A 1 Y yesterday yesterdaymoriiinir yrlrdaymornlnl yesterdaymortitne
moriiinir mornlnl Mr lr Hoyt lot has ttreu seen el a resident rt81dell of orMount ofMount
Mount Vernon for twentysit yearn YlI He had hadbeen hadhn hadIsin
been connected with the Ib carpet oarpt and ad oil 01 cloth rlothtrade dOlhIrarlt clothtrade
trade for City try years yera In New York ork city ciy he 1111 Is Issiilve issuivist
siilve < l by a wife I a son and a daughter dalghtr tn tnformer Ihronner the theformer
former AuJivd being the Rev Re John W Hoyt Jo t Jr of ofWashington orlhlnlton ofWashington
Washington U C and the th latter later Mrs lr lrMiton T TMilton TMitten
Milton Miton lhlnlton Taylor 1 of Mount Vernon VernonDncan VunollThoma Vernoniliomas
Thoma Dncan Dnln 56 6 year un old of the linn linnof nrmor firmof
of Frank Frllk A k Ducan Dugn silk Ik manufacturers maotrcllrri died diedat
at hM home yesterday morning morllnl In Brooklyn Brok U of ofcancer otcancer ofcancer
cancer of tile tle stomach etolah Mr Ir Uuvau UIIn nan In Inl Inlc inlh
l lh tin silk lc business hUflln M from rout a boy 1or or man nrnnryearn iuanyyears
yearn par he van al a5 the tll Western Wfter representative of ofthe fr frttt ofthe I
the ttt large arm of Pelgran k Meyer Mllr
1 H HolllMer 3S 3 years tar of ace ale died at iL his hishome bl blhom hishome
II 10101er
home 1 In arden lrden City I I I yesterday of heart heartdl heart11lle heartdisease
dl disease enae For 108 some om year yeae he I had been ben In the theInsurance HutInurance lieinluurance
11lle Insurance business bulnel at 19 Liberty street Itltcl Man Manhattan 31a 3fanhattan n nhatan
hattan In partnership with wih hi 11A brother He Hewas H Hwas Hewas
was hatan born In Garden City and nd always lived livedthere lvd lvdIhre livedthere
there He leave a widow widowReuben widowReuben widowReuben
Reuben noldschmldt a retired retred wholesale wholesalecutlery wboleall wboleallcuUtr wholesalecutlery
cutlery dealer died on Thursday Tlunday at at atbia his home homeS 10DI
S cuUtr 81 81 i Felix felx street liret Brooklyn DrOOldynl in hi his Seventy selll Seventyeighth i ielBhth I IelRhlh
eighth year lie was prominent prom nllt In Hebrew Hebrewsocial lebre hebrewsocial
social and benevolent 11 circles cirle He Hi leave two twoiom twoions
ions and a daughter daughterBennett dulhttr dulhttrBennlt daughterBennett
Bennett Uvlnastona tlnRstn a wall wel known resident residentof reldent reldentor
of Orange Oran p died die at his hi home nome there tlte early earl yester yesterday Tete yesterday ¬ I
day morning < He le leaves eavI a widow wo tbret tbretdaughters e edarzhter
daughters dauhterl and a son n He f 1I was w orettdent Pelli t ol olthe 01tbeOaIEnUb a atbujsrznaaEnglisIi
the tbeOaIEnUb tbujsrznaaEnglisIi x > rmnEngHab school Ibl board boar boartiS
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AS THE THEREADERS READERS ADVERTISED ADVERTISEDMIIO AVERTISED AVERTISEDIum
Ium MIXING VIIJO foaiPAxr t P4XI WAS WASSURE WASSURE WASSURL
SURE A 4 WODEH WONDII WONDIIr
1 n Haargln aCII8 Ttionshl No o When be He le Read Rea tlie tlieReports UieReports I IRtprla
Reports Rtprla of lilt Kntlueers Eellt In I Their TheirProspectuses Teir TeirPopetueThe TheirPrespectusesThe
Prospectuses PopetueThe PrespectusesThe The Case C of Van an Woo Woolen Rhoieniew lo ¬
len ifn ieniew New tW Move In Defamation Dtfamatle Halt HaltInformation 8altInfonuaton f4aitInformation
Information Infonuaton gleaned glene yesterday yeteray concern concernIng concr concerning
Ing Ella Ela Bawls Rwls Reader Reder her proud and happy happyhusband hppy hppyhue happyhutband
husband hue bnd and her StOo 13000000 company compny the theCerro theCrl theCerro
Cerro Crl do Pasco Pao Tunnelling Tnuelnsand and Mining Mi Com Company Cm Cmpny Cornpany ¬
pany pny thrown throw further light lght on the extraor extraordinary extror extrordinary extraordinary ¬
dinary operations operatons of the th blissfully bllful wedded weddedpair weddedpir weddedpair
pair pir The chapter which relates relats to t the theCerro tbeCcrr theCerro
Cerro Ccrr de Pasco Pasc mines mine might well wel be b headed headedRow heed heedMBow heededflow
Row Much uch There Is bIn In a Name NameThis Nameblsl NameThis
This blsl IB brought out in several verl pros prs pectuses pectusesand ptU8 I Iand
and advertisement adver met issued by the Readers Readersas Rers RersI
as I owners of the Cerro Cer de Pasco Paso Tunnelling Tunnellingand Tunnelng Tunnelngand
and Mining Company in 1002 182 and 1003 II after afterJames afterJame afterJames
James Jame B Hoggin H ggln and hi his associates 8sclte had hadbought ba badbought
bought bugbt up the richest richet mine in the Cerro Cerrode Cr Cerrodo
de Pasco PI8 district dl trlct for IGO 2000000 and organ organized orgalllzd organiaed ¬
ized lzd a company cmpny to run rn them under the thename thename thename
name of the Cerro Clro de Pasco Mining Com Company Compa Cornpany ¬
pany panyIn pa Y YIn
In both circulant and ad newspaper newsp r adver advertisments adertllments advertisments
tisments tllments the Readers Reders asserted alrte on behalf of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their Cerro de Pasco Pa concern concrn that it was wasa 11
a half hlf owner in the richest ricbft mines mlne of the thedistrict thedl8trlc thedistrict
district dl8trlc the other half being owned owned by Mr MrHaggin MrHarg1n MrHaggin
Haggin and his hB associates aslate Haggins law lawyers lawyers lawyet ¬
yers Alexander Alexnder < k Green O n have denied denie this thisassertion thisalrlon thisassertion
assertion alrlon repeatedly rptely in open bpen court courtOther courtOther courtOther
Other material advantages have accrued accruedfrom accrtd accrtdfrm accruedfrom
from frm the name of the li Readers concern concernwhich conor concernwhich
which was W8 organized soon after aler Haggln Hagglnorganized HagglnI Hagginorganized
I organized oreanlze his A prospectus prollptus issued lsued by the theReader theHeadtt theReaders
Reader Headtt a few months after aler the company companywas cmpny cmpnyi
i was wai organized wan found to Mr Haggins Hagginsastonishment Hagginsalonlshment Hagginsastonishment
astonishment alonlshment to contain glowing glowlnA reports reportsof rpr
of Mr Haggins engineers enginel on hit hl Cerro Cero de daPasco dePaco dePasco
Pasco mine mineThis mlneThis minesThis
This was the caw with the reports report of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John Macfarlano and P G Mdner Jdner two twoengineers twoenglnel twoengineers
engineers englnel who ho returned circumstantial circuftantlal ac accounts ae accounts ¬
counts 0llnl8 of the richness of tho copper oppr mines minesof
of the th Cerro C rro de Pasco Pac Mining Company Companybut
but who appeared ap > ard in the Ih prospectus prJclus issued issuedin Ifu IfuIn
in the name naml of the Rtaders Readers as a praising praisingto
to tle tl aIdes BlieA the lh richness rlchntIs of mines owned ownedbv
bv tlio Ihl Reader concern cncr in partnership with withHnRfin withHnR withHagoIn
HnRfin HnR in and hi his associated a Iidner IdDr in the thodepoitltion thetepOllon thederosltion
depoitltion tepOllon he made later in the suit ult for formoro formore or ormom
moro than a million milon dollars dolal Mrs ln Reader Readerwas Rfader RfaderWI
was WI Wa going jcing to bring brng against Hnggin Jaggin for forFIn forstander
stander FIn ndt testified lsllld that Mrs lrs Reader lader could couldnot
I not 101 give g e him the namo nal4 of a single 8inll copper coppermine coppr copprI coppermine
I mine me pn owned in I Ieru ltru ltruRlndlr ieruiReaders IeruRradert
Readers mention of one Van an Slooten Siootn in inthe
th tho the letter 1 Ir in menton which he wrote wrot to Muy 1uy Quo Querido Quorido
I I rido Juan while still t under theepell lie ppl spell of the thehoneymoon theI thehoneymoon
I honeymoon with wih the greatest gatet wife In the theworld theworld theworld
world recalls Jcals the th fact that Van Slootens Slootenswidow S100ten8widow Slootenswidow
widow brought suit n against Haggln Jaggln for for112rO forSi2t0000
1250000 112rO ride after arer her husband committed commited sui suicide suicdt suiride ¬
cideVan cdt
Van on Blooten Blootn was a mining mlnln expert of wide widefame widefame widefame
fame He lived Jved with his wife Axprt at 62 Sidney Sidneyplac RhIne RhIneplace
place < Brooklyn AH A representative rpre6ntatvB 8ilner of ofMcK If IfMcK I IMeL
McK PaI Twombly he went to Peru Pfr to look loo over overmines marmlne overmines
mines mlne wDmly He discovered dillcoerd the th richness rlcbnO of the theCerro I ICro theCerro
Cerro de Pasco district
Cro PMC copper cop r distric Twombly
interested intelltl Hoggin The options optlon on the beat beatof bt btof bestof
of them the mines milC were at that time tme in the thehand thehanw thehands
hand hanw of Rrader n ldpr n free fn lanes Inlc Englishman Englishmanand Efihman Efihmanunc
and bin Peruvian PtnlvlRn friend Juan Garland the theMtiy IheI theMtty
unc
Mtiy Oupndo tuprido Juan of the letter letel Ella EllaRawU Ela EllaBwl
RawU Rawl wad ad not yet et dawned on Reader Readervision Tadcr Tadcrvison Readersvision I
I vision vison As 41 a result resul of Von Slootenn Slotenl work workthe wor workthe
the thl property was wO bought by b Ha Jaln Ilaggin gain and andhis andhil andhis I
his hil a aAociales associates proJrty < wociateg who wlo had Van Slooten 810ten draw drawup drawup drawlip
up plans plal to pp epcni ml about ItOO 1000000 In ex exploiting exploitin explaIting ¬
Ipnc
plaIting them themVan thpmVan themVon
Van Sloolen Siotln caught fever revlr got gotto to worry ¬ I
ing over the fear r9 that Haggin was going goingto goinl goingto
to force him out and on December Delmber 141001 141001blew I 14 111 111blew lO1 lO1blew
I blew the top of his head off offHit ol offRi
Hit widow brought brought suit for the amount amountmentioned amountmentioned
mentioned mentone as a 10 per pCI cent commission on ontha onIho onthe I
the purchase price of the Cerro Cer de d e Pasco Pasoomines Pascomines
mines ml ell and on other othlr moneys monfYs expended expende by I
Van Slooten for Haggin The case C dragged draggedalong drged drgedalong draggedalong
along for or years yel She lhe refused nn offer of of1D000
110000 in settlement 811Icment but later accepted acceptedJ15000 accepte acceptedsioco
J15000 siocoClifton J15000Clifton 10
Clifton Cltn P Williamson Wiiamson of the firm trm of ofAlexander ofAleunder ofAlexander
Alexander A d Green Grn appeared appere before Judge JudgeIeventritt JudgeIeentrltt JudgeLeventrltt
Ieventritt Ieentrltt in the theSupreme Supreme Court yesterday yesterdayand Yfteray Yfterayand
and asked leave eve to amend his hi answer anwer on onbehalf onbehal onbehalf
behalf behal of o Mr Haggln to the five suits suitsbrought suitsbrought uis uisbrought
brought against alalnst him by Mrs 11 Reader Reder for forabout rOrabout forabout
about 11 1500000 1500 000 in all al for defamation dlramton of ofcharacter ofcharcter ofcharacter
character charcter The Joe case Ose was adjourned adJourne over overuntil OVernntl overuntil
until nntl Monday on a technicality tehnlcnlty raised riled by byci
Col ci Alexander exander S Bacon Bcon counsel connel for Mn MnReader MnRedr MrsReader
Reader ReaderIt Redr RedrI
It I appears appers from frm the papers banded up to toJudge toJude toJudge
Judge Jude Leventritt Leentritt that tbt Mr Williamson Williamsonlanes Wlfam VihhIameonV n nl
V lanes l he to incorporate Incororate in his hl8answer answer the fact factthat fao factthat
that I Reader RodeI theplaintiffa thfplnlntlfs husbandhasbeen husbandhasbeenindicted hsbandhaben hsbandhabenIndicted been beenindicted
indicted by the Federal Feeral Grand Grnd Jury Jur for forperjury rorprUr forperjury
perjury Reader Reder will wlapper appear before befor Judge JudgeChatflcld JudgeChatf JudgeChatfield
prUr Chatflcld Chatf ld In the United Unite States Circuit Ciri Court CourtCriminal CourtCriminal CourtCriminal
Criminal Branch on Monday to plead pled to tothis tothis tothis
this charge of perjury perjuryAnother perjuryAnolher perjuryAnother
Another Job ob for a McCarrtfiiie McCarrtfiiieEdward MefarrentleEdward Iearrtll IearrtllEward
Edward Eward J Gilgannon Glgannon one on of Senator SenatorMcCarrens Sentor SentorMcr SenatorMeCarren
McCarrens Mcr followers tolowel in the Seventeenth SeventeenthAssembly Seventnth SeventnthAebly SeventeenthAssembly
Assembly Aebly district dtrlct Brooklyn Brkly has b been bl ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed an examining examiing Inspector ipctor in the tlieFinance theFnance theFinance
Finance Fnance Department Deparment at a salary sla of 11600 11
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The Mild Mid Winter Brings BringsIts Brigs BrigsIts
Its Benefits Benefts to You Now NowFrom NowFrom NowFrom
From file Regular RegularMaked RegularMarked
1 Marked Maked Price of Every EveryOvercoat EveryOvercoat EveryOvercoat
Overcoat Without Reserve ReserveWe ReserveWeW111
We WeW111 Will Allow a aDiscount aDiscount aDiscount
Discount ot
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Included Incuded are heavy hr v medium m e d u m fight fightweight f2ft f2ftwdEht g1twegIit
weight silk lined lned and fur lined overcoats overcoatsThe overcoatsThe p
4 1 1The I
The Sale Sal of Suits at St5 15 15still Cutaway Coats Cats and Vests Vestsat Vest VeststHu
still ati continues contnues strengthened strengthenedby at 10 from last season seasonin seaon seaonby eaanby I
by the addition additon of more suits suitsthat in sizes up to 36 only onlythat 1 1f
that sold formerly forme fly as high highas Former prices were as a high highas
as 30 3 as 35 35Three 35Three 35Three I
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HC1 llatWiiatt llatWiiattr G GI GYouths
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Youths Boys Shirts ShirtsAdvance ShirtsAdvance ShirtsAdvance
Advance Spring Styles StylesA t tA
A complete display of youthsand youths and boys boysfine boysfne boysfine
fine fne shirtings shirtngs showing the newest Ideas IdeasIn
In spring colorings weaves and andtate andtaterlalsto mate materialsto materlalstowhlchwehaveadded
rialsto rlalstowhlchwehaveadded which we have added many con confined confned confined ¬
fined fned patterns paterns and exclusive excuslvenoveltes excuslvenoveltesSoft novelties noveltiesSoft I ISoft
Soft and stiff stf bosom shirts some somewith somewih somewith
with wih others without wihout attached atached cuffs cufs
6062 West 23d Street StreetSURPR Street5SURPWSFCLY
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SURPRI5BNQLY SURPR 5 NoLV BIO B VALUES VALUESIn
In our Remnant Sale Quality Qua1tyof of materials are good as asmoney asmoney a t tmoney
money can buy At this seasorrof season of the year we make a aclearing acearing aclearing
clearing cearing regardless of former f rmer prices Suits to measure
518 38 Overcoats OV coats 22 Trousers 500 Prices were 25 25to 25to 2Sto50 lii liiARNII1EM9 il ilARNHEI
to to50 50
50ARNHELM9 ARNHEI ARNHEIBroadway ARNHELM98road
Broadway 8road way D a Ninth Street
HELD CAFT1VK tIPTlE CIPTIILTIPO TWO TIO HKEKS HKEKSHainan JJlS JJlSolna IIIfhiSWoman
Woman olna Charges Chan That at a > rsro tro Kept lEpl llrr lfr lfrImprioe 11crImprisoned llrrImprisoned
Imprioe Imprisoned In li ills 114 Hooin HooinSamuel UoomSmuel ItootitSamuel
Samuel Smuel Jones Jone a negro nero living Ivin at 23 Mi Minetta Minetta I i in8tl
netta n8tl Lane Lne woo Wi held In 5000 0 bail bl ye Ylle yester yesterday t r rday 1 1day
day in i the Jefferson JIfenon Market court on the thecharge thechrge thecharge
charge chrge of having havinI kept Marion Daly a white whitewoman whitewoman I Iwoman
woman of the Tenderloin prisoner In hU hUroom h8 hkroom
room from December Dember 29 2 9 until ulltl yesterday I IThe
The woman wom swore that tht the negro bad nailed naileddown naied naileddown I
down don the window of his hi room and had hd locked lockedthe loke lockedthe 1
the th door every day on going goin to t work to tokeep tokep tokeep i
keep her from getting gettng away He also alsoout ailo ailoat alsocut
out at her hair off she said lid to deter her herfrom hrtrom herfrom
from going out outThe outThe I I
The woman Raid she had gone down to tothe i i ithe I
the tenement to see ae a woman wOlan friend who wholived wholved wholived
lived lved on an upper floor When she be In Inquired inquired ¬
quired gulr of Jones if I her friend lived lved in the thehouse Ihebol thehouse
house bol he told her to step into a room He Hethen Hethen Hethen
then went In after her barred barre the door doorand doorand doorand I
and had hd held hld her prisoner since sinceShe Iinc sinceShe I
She was W8 rescued rece by Policeman Polceman Gun of ofthe orthe ofthe I
the Mercer street Itrt station He was told toldof toldof
of the womans womns plight pllht by George Oerge Lewis Lewisa >
a truck trck driver of 127 West Wet Third street streetThe streetThe trt trtThe
The woman had ha attracted atracted the attention atenton of ofLewis ofLwl ofLewis
Lewis Lwl by rapping on the window windowJones windowJonell windowJones
Jones made a denial of the charges chare
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TltonWALDSES 7IWlrUI TIlOh1fli LDSIVSTATUE STATUE SITE SITEitTnrt SITEEffort
I fIlE I
Effort Itfrt of Danish Danih rteslttcnts Rnldets Defeated Dttate to Gel GelIt Ge Gelat
I It I Rrmmeri RtlnOHt to a Better Deter Place PlaceI PJa PlaceDanish e eI
I Danish Danllh resIdents of the city cty and American Americancitizens Amercs AmercsI Amerimacitizenoflanishdcacentaroexer
I citizens citzl citizenoflanishdcacentaroexer of Danish Janilh descent decnt are exercised exercle leedoves leedovestheIr over overtheir ov
their fallurb faiur to secure tho removal rmoval to a aletter aI ahotter
I letter I ter silo in Central Ccntrl Park of the status statusi
i I of r Thorwaltleen Thorwalln the Danish sculptor scuptor It Itnow hI Isnow
I now stands stnd at the Fiftyninth Fitynlnth street Itrt and andSixth andSith andSixth
Sixth Sith avenue entrance entrnce to the Park ParkJacob Par
Jacob JacobRlundJulC1DtheDanlhC Rifo and Julius Clan the Danish Con ConsulGeneral ConsulGeneral ¬
1
sulGeneral ulGenerl wrote to Park Commissioner CommissionerHerrman Cmioneti CmionetiHern CommissionerHerrman
Herrman Hern Rome fme time ago asking win that tht th the s sstatue
Iltatuo statue be h placed plac in a better bettr position pltlon They Th1 Th1I Theyreminded
I reminded the thoeommlsaionerthatwhenltwas thoeommlsaionerthatwhenltwaspresented commissioner ommlNloner that when whn it was waspresented
presented to the city in 1802 18 the th authorities authoritiethen authortO authoritiesthen v
then promised rrOnd to remove it to a more mor suit sultublrt sut suitable i
I able site as a soon as 8 possible plble This Ths promist promisthad prom promishad
had hld not been hen kept keptThe keptThe
The commissioner cmmlSloner consulted conulte Samuel Smuel Par Paron Pareons
eons on the landscape landscp architect archIte of the depart departmcnt departmont
deprt deprtI
mont and he suggested lIujgested removing it near the theentrance thentrncel theentrance
I entrance ntrncel at Sevenynecond SventYlcnd removng street strt and andFifth ad adFifh andFifth
Fifth Fifh avenue The matter mater was referred rfer to totho toIh9 tothe
the Art Commission Commllslon but the th commission commissiondid commlon commlondid
did not favor the proposition propositionThe ropsllon ropsllonThe
The Park Commissioner is now at a loss losawhat 10l losswhat
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