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= rot L LXXIVKO 2 29 9 NEW YORK YORLCMONDA1 MONDAY MAY 27 190 19Q7Cnrpr1ohwo7 C wrto 1007 f pv v The Sun lrintiaCIIlI Priuting Ti nff aiid id PltlllUtI iMoefaKon PRICE TWO WO CENTS E TS
I IPrllon
M 1aler jer Pleased to See ee HI Ills Visitor Iailor Itor In the thePrUon thePrIiofl
PrUon Hospital JlOIpllaJbrpUty Dejrnty Commissioner CommissionerNot I Iot
Not ot sure However That City at Sleattu SleattuDidnt 81raUlIDidnt IenwiDidnt
Didnt Shadow Her IItrFIlI1ItQn Faruton Called CalledDeputy Call CBedDeputy d dDeputy
Deputy Poltoo Commissioner Commls loner Hanson Hansonwho Hansonwho I Iwbo
who is IpvestlgnUng the Detective Bureau Bureauaa
aa it was run Ufl under MoLaughlln went to toniackwells toIIlaokwelle toRlackwells
niackwells Island yesterday and had a talk talkwith lalkwith talkwith
with Abe Hummel Mrs Howard Gould Gouldtold Gouldlolel Gouldtold
told Mr Hanson on Friday that she he hutf hutfbeen hlllliheen bzibeen
been Informed by Hummel that detectives detectivest detectives5staohed
a UAohed t ohed to the Central Office were shadow shadowing ¬
ing her herMr her1I1r herAIr
Mr Hanson went to the lawyer as he helay hela heay
lay la on a cot In the prison hospital Hummel Hummellold lIummeltold Hummelmid
told Mr Ir Hanson that Mrs Gould had evi evidently evlMntly evidently ¬
dently made a mistake when she said that thathe thathe
he had warned her that Central Office Officemen OmoelDen Offtoemen
men were trailing her He did toll her herhs herhe herhe
he Mid that detectives were following followingh
h her H r wherever she went wentbut but he was positive positivehe
h he informed her that they were private privatefleuths prlvateJltuths private1eutha
fleuths and he couldnt recalUthat IWhat he had hadever hadetr hadever
ever Mid anything to her about city de detectives detecIIes detectives ¬
tectives shadowing her herHummel herlIumm1 herIlummel
Hummel assured ae ured Mr Hanson that he hehad behad hehad
had never heard of the activity of Inspector InspectorMcLaughlln InspeotorlcLauahlln InseotorMcLaughlin
McLaughlin > or any of his hl detectives In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the Gould case and consequently oon equently he had hadno
no reason to convey tho Idea to Mrs Gould Gouldthat GouldIhat Gouldthat
that the citys clly police wore prying Into her herAffairs herfblrs herRifaira
Affairs He said ho would gladly aid Mrs MrsGould MrsGould Mrsuould
Gould in her suit for separation either eitherpublicly eitherpublicly eitherpuhlloly
publicly or privately if he could but he heald heaId j jald
ald he was positive that he could reveal revealnothing revealnothing revealnothing
nothing of a conspiracy to establish a abigamous abigamous abigamous
bigamous marriage marriageDeputy marriageDeputy marrIageDeputy
Deputy Commissioner Hanson Hnn on went to toBUckwcUa toBlackwellB toBIackwells
BUckwcUa Island on the police boat Patrol PatrolHe
He feared that he would not be admitted admittedto
to eee Hummel but Warden Fallon wa wawilling 1111wHUn was waswilling
willing to allow Mr Hanson to eee Hummel Hummelif
if l the lawyer consented to be Interviewed InterviewedHummel Intervle1edHummel intorvieedIlummel
Hummel consented readily and Mr Hanson Hansonwas
was ushered to the prison hospital Hum Hummel Hummel Hummel ¬
mel had never met Mr Hanson but hie hieeyes hieef hiseyes
eyes ef brightoned and he looked cheerful cheerfulfor
for the Eeputy Commissioner Oomml loner was the first firstvisitor 11nt181or firstvisitor
visitor he has had since he went to the Island Islanda
a week ago today todayIt
It was visiting day In the penitentiary penitentiaryroaterday penItenUaryIterday penitentiaryvreterday
roaterday and nearly all of the convicts convictswho
who are in the prison hospital had relatives relativeor
or r friends visiting them Hummel couldnt couldntsuppress oouldntsuppr058 couldntsuppresS
suppress his joy when Mr Hanson Han on walked walkedup
up to his oot and took his hl hand The TbeCom TbeCommissioner Com Commissioner Cornmissioner ¬
missioner said that Hummel who is suf suffering Bufrring suffeting ¬
feting from kidney trouble looked vary varywell veqIll veryll
well Ill ll and had improved considerably since sincehe
he was removed from hi his cell to the hoe hospital hOllpilal hoepita ¬
pita pitalMr Mr > Ir Hanson told Hummol that he did not notdesire notdMire notcleeire
desire to question him about the thedomestlo thedomestlotroublco thedomestiatroubles domes tio tiotroubles
troubles of the Goulds All AlI1e lie wanted tq toUnow tqknow tqknow
know was wht Hummol knew of oft11e the ao activity aotivity aouvity ¬
tivity of former Inspector In pector McLaughlin McLaughllnand
and the CentralOfflo detectives in Inter Interesting IntereSllng IntercitIng ¬
citIng themselves In iptbeoa5e the case Herepoated Herepoatedexactly lerepoatedexactly Je rePOAtedcxnctly
exactly what Mrs Gould had told him himthat hhnthat himthat
that Hummel had Informed her herandwarned herandwarnedher berand and warned warnedher
her that detective er sergeants t were shadow shadowing ¬
ing her Mr Hnnon believed l > that the thelawyer theIl1wer thelawyer
lawyer might be able to tell him who the de detectives detectives dotectives ¬
tectives were wereHummel wereHummel werelitunmel
Hummel sought to excuse Mrs Gould for formiking formILking fortuaking
mILking the < he statement which he was com compelled comWlIed cornpelled ¬
pelled to discredit by saying that when whenhe
he referred to detectives Mrs Gould know knowing knowing knowing ¬
ing little If anything about polloo matters mattersgot
got the private sleuths he had In mind mindconfused mindcontu8 mindconfused
confused contu8 d with the detective sergeant of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the Central Office He attributed her mis mistake mietake mistake ¬
take to a womans Ignorance of such suchmatters suchmailers iuchteat
matters mattersWhile mailersWhile teat tore toreWhile
While Hummel was emphatic In what he heaid heald heaid
aid to Mr Hanson the Deputy Commls Commlseioncr Commissioner Coinmieioner
eioncr isnt at all sure that Mrs Gould was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not trailed by detective sergeants Mrs MrsGould MrsGould MrsGould
Gould has furnished Mr Hanson with a adescription are5crlptlon adescription
description of several men who ho abe ho de declared doelared dcdared ¬
dared have shadowed her and ooveral ooveralmembers I18veralmember eaverslmembers
members of the Police Department who whowere whoVere whowere
were formerly detective sergeants in the thebureau thehureau thehureau
hureau under MoLaugblin and now doing doingduty doingduty doingduty
duty as lieutenants lIeute ta In precincts will be becummoned beIUmmoned beeummoned
cummoned to Mr Hansons office and andquestioned andIlueetioned andquestioned
questioned questionedThe
The Commissioner admitted yesterday yesterdaythat
that Lieut William Funston the Adonis Adonisof
of the form will be asked today If he was wasever wasever wasever
ever sent to trail Mrs Gould Funston Funstonwho Funstonwho Funstonwho
who was ono of McLaughllns right hand handmen bandmen handmen
men is now doing duty in Parkvllle Parkvlllewhither Parkvlllewbltber Parkvlllewhither
whither he was shipped by Commissioner CommissionerBmgham CommlMlonerBingham CommissionerRingham
Bingham the day the sleuth corps was wasjolted wasjolted wasjolted
jolted The assignments he used to get getwere getere getwere
were ere characterized charaot rlred by the police as the thecandy thecandy theeandy
candy and cream Jobs He accompanied accompaniedPresident accompaniedPruldent accompaniedPresident
President Roosevelt on a tour across tbe tbecontinent tbecontinent thecontinent
continent and he has noted as bodyguard bodyguardto
to Prince Louis of Battonbcg nAttonb g Prince PrinceHenry PrInceHenry PrinceHenry
Henry of Prussia and several her promi prominent prominent promlflout ¬
nent men who have visited uiMrs ui litIrs u uMrs
Mrs Irs Gould gave Mr Hanson a 1 descrip description d crlp crlplion ¬
tion of a detective who shadowed her that thattallies thatallies thattallies
tallies with that of Funston the Com Commissioner Commleslonflr Cornmissioner ¬
missioner admitted yesterday Funston Funstonwill Funatonwill
will 111 be called to Police Headquarters Hoadqu ers today todayand todayand todayand
and asked If he has ever been mixed up In Inthe Intbe inthe
the Gould case and If he denies denl8ltht that he had hodB
a hand In it Mrs Gould will then have to toRO togo togo
go down to Mulberry street and look him himover himoyer himover
over overSeveral overSevere
Several versl other former detective sergeant sergeantwhom serglantawhom sergeantswhom
whom Mr Hanson eu IIUSp suspoctS pe < Cta U will be lined linedjp
< jp p soon for the purpose of identification identificationMr n nIr
Mr Ir Hanson had about made up his mind mindto
to show to Mm Gould the photographs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sleuths who are areiuapeoted miipeoted and see if ifshe Ifehe itthe
she could recognize them as men who have hovemade havemade havemade
made life miserable for her as the put It Itbut IIhut Ithut
hut yesterday he laid he bad abandoned abandonedthat
that Idea He thought It would not be fair fairo
10 > o the men suspected auapted and he his h now nowdecided nowdlde nowdecided
decided dlde to have Mrs ra Gould personally personallyidentify pnonaly pnonalyIdenty personallyidentify
identify Identy them If the can canTbe canTbe canThe
Tbe Federal authorities autborlel will wl take tke a hand handin hnd hndIn
in the Gould case eM today Mr M Goulds GouldsRUtement GouldA Gouldsstatement
statement A that tht her hr letters lelera were W tampered tamperedwith tamprd tamprdwith
with will be b the subject fubJlc of a eeaichlng eeaichlnginquiry ea seatchlngInquiry blnl
inquiry Inquil and the matter mter will wi be b formally formallybrought formly formlyhroujbt formallybrought
brought hroujbt to the attention alenton of Postmaster PostmasterWlllcox POAtmeter POAtmeterWicox Postmasterillcox
Wlllcox Wicox illcox It was W8 said yesterday 1esterdy that post postn pOPtMa
n I floe Ma Inspectors lnpectorl wit wi without bout waiting waitng for offlcls orelal orelalOltcAton otflclsiiotiflcation I Inotification
Goulds have havegone havegone
notification OltcAton of Mrs Mrl charge ohrgo hve hvesone
gone to work on the cape ce Her ler charge chargethat chargothat chargethat
that Secret Scrt Service Sric men also alo were em employed emploYId emrloyed ¬
ployed In tracing traclnl her movements will 11 bo boInvettlgated beinvettigated
Invettlgated tnveulgtd by William Wiiam Flynn Fnn chief chie of tho thoVew thoew thoew
Vew ew York division divisionMr
Mr Ir Hanson lanNn admitted admited yehttrdar tuday that tht he hehnrl 11 hottel
hnrl r begun bsun an Investigation InvtAtljaton of two na 01 cees ceesimllar > ft ftMmilar
Mmilar Imlar jo to the Gould Goulc scandal cndlln In which the theDetective theDetlotve theDetective
Detective Detlotve Bureau Buau wan Wa A concerned concrnd but he hepositively herodlnly herioiltlvely
positively rodlnly refused reul to divulge dvulle the th names namesot Dmu Dmuor
ot the people pople who are ar Involved Men Menr en
who served ered as e detective dett ve sergeants etlsant under underMcLaughlln underMcLughln tinderMcLaughlin
McLaughlin McLughln he admitted admitt are to bo ques questioned quel quelond questioned ¬
tioned ond as IS to their activities aol1lteln In divorce divo canes canesIn CAI caesIn
In which no record roord r cord wa wil was made rde on the blotter blotterIn bloter bloterIn
In the Detective Dteotve Bureau Mr ro hanson lanlol hansonsaid Hnnsottnald
Mid he got his Information Informton about there thereCAMS therocIS therecaeea
CAMS cIS from private sources uro which he b wasnt wasntat walnt walnttl
at tl liberty ry to make public publicCommissioner vublo vubloComnllMlonr iublloCommissioner
Commissioner ComnllMlonr Blngham Dnll1m It wan WB learned learnedyesterday learnedyelterday learnedyesterday
yesterday Is satisfied Itlafd now no that he has hasMoLaughlln hl hasMcLaughlin
McLaughlin McLughln out Olt of the department ePrmont It Itbecame I Itbecame
became becmo known knoTn that the high officials ofcla1s of the thedepartment thedeprtment thedepartment
department deprtment are not anxious to press Lieut LieutFrank LieutJrank LioutFrank
Frank Jrank Peabody Peaby very ver hard but b t it was raid raidthat Mid Midtht saidthat
that tht tbe affair lalr has 1s gone too to far to permit prit of ofleniency ofleniency ofleniency
leniency Peabody Peaby will wi be b brought up on oncharges onohrgel oncharges
charges ohrgel very ver soon soonmwu In In11Er soonJiuIillEr4
Whm titn Mi Term Tem I II Up He le Will Wi Write rte a Dook Dookon
on Crook 0001 at lArge lArgeOn 11e LaneOn
On Blackwolls Daokwelle Island yesterday yesteray the hoe hospital boa hoepltal ¬
pital plll authorities authorites said ld that Abe Ab Hummel Hummelnow lummel lummelnow
now was well wel enough to leave leve hi his bed bd and andgo andgo andgo
go to work Accordingly Aorln lT he 1 II expected expectedto expeted expetedto
to work today tday His Hs job will wi be b weighing weighingmeats welgblngmeat weighingmeats
meats meat and vegetables vgetabls In the storehouse storehouseAfter storehous storehouseAfter
After Ater he has haI weighed weigbe out a supply he will willhave wi willhave
have to put them In a wheelbarrow wbelbrw wheel wheelthem wbeelthem wheeltheta
them along a gravel gael path pth to t the dining diningroom diningrm diningroom
room rm and through thrugh that to the te kitchen kitchenIt kithen kithenI
It I is not very hard bar work He goes 10S to work workat
at 8 oclock in the morning and Is on duty dutyuntil dutyInt dutyuntil
until Int 1130 13 A M After Ater an hour he goo goobackhand goosbaend goesbachand
backhand works work until unti 6 oclock oclok In the after afternoon ater afternoon ¬
noon noonWhile non
nonWhie While Whie in the hospital hOllpltl he had ba as com companions compnions cornpanione ¬
panions pnions three thre doctors dotora two contractors cntrator and anda
a Chinaman Cinaman He played chess che with the thedoctors thedotor thedoctors
doctors dotor He le Is l said d to be b perfectly prely resigned resignedto resgne
to his new condition cnditon He is I going to write writea wrl
a book after he h gets get out outln In which he will wi tell tellof tellof tellof
of his bi prison life e and of crooks cks not as yet yetapprehended yetapprehende yetapprehended
apprehended apprehende with whom he has hB dealt dealtBECKER dealtBECKER dealt1JECKER
Put He le Max Ia Escape Eoape Trial TIal Became Beaue He le Ap Appear Ap Appears ¬
pear pe to Be Insane InsaneCapt lnae lnaeCpt InsaneCapt
Capt Cpt MqCafTerty Mcterty and the 11 other ohr Central CentralOffice Cntrl Cntrlomce CentreOtlloe
Office men who have hve been ben working workng on onthe onth onthe
the th Elmhurst murder case c se came cme back bck to toManhattan toManhattn toManhattan
Manhattan Manhattn yesterday yeltery pretty prty well wel satisfied satisfiedthat Itis Itistht satletledthat
that tht the man mn who killed kle the th fifteenyear fifteenyearold fftnyer fftnyerold
old Stofleldt BI4eidt girl gir last lst Wednesday Weney had hd been beenapprehended bn bnapprehnd beenapprehended
apprehended apprehnd A charge ohara of homicide will willbe wi willbe
be b made mde against aglnst Henry Becker Bker the th suspect suspectIn supct
In tho th cane when whn he comes com up for exam examination eumlntlon examination ¬
ination lntlon Wednesday Wednsay in the th Flushing Fublng police policecourt poUc policecourt
court cout according to McCtffertys McCtery men menIt monoI menIt
It I Is I not believed bleved however that tht the th prisoner prisonerwill prisnerwi
will wi ever bo b brought to trial trl because bu he h Is Isthought Istbought Isthought
thought to be b Insane InsaneThe Ins InsseThe
The Th sleuths sleuth came cme to this ths decision deison after afterBecker afterBecker ter terDeker
Becker Deker admitted while whl riding to Mrs MrsEmily MrsEmily rs rsEmiy
Emily Emiy Simonsons Simonsns house boul in a carriage carriagethat crig
that tht he had killed kle tho girl gir He was Identi Identified Ident identlfled ¬
fled fe by Mrs lre Bimonson as al the th man mn with the thewhite thewhite thewhite
white hat who had hd washed wash his bloody bloy hands handsat haO
at her pump about half hl an hour hou after the themurder th themurder
murder murderBeckers murderBookers
muer muerDkor Bookers Dkor confession confe lon fits fts In with Ith all ni the therdetectlves theetecives thedetectlves
rdetectlves have found out about the
etecives foun abut tb mans mansmovements mnl mansmovements
movements movemnt on the day of the murder He Hewas Hewu Hewas
was taken takn to t the field feld where whre the th body boy was wasfound wastound wasfound
found and an there thre he h told bow bw he h had bd strug struggled Itug Ituggled atuggled ¬
gled with the t girl struck stok her hr with a stone stoneon son sonon
on the back bck of ofb cube the head h to 1 still tl her br cries criesand cies ciesai criesand
and ai tbn seeing sln aeelngtbe the th knife knfe with which she shehad sbehd shehad
had hd been bn digging dandelion dndeUonl struck stck her hertwioo bertwlo hertwice
twice twlo with wth that tht He e also al wont wentover nt over bIll bistracks bIlltrok histracks
tracks trok through the th cabbage cbg patch ptob where wherehe whereh
he h was wa Been sn by Engel Engl and explained explnetht explnethtb that thathe thatbe
he b met the Slav Sv whom he first trst accused aou d of ofkilling ofklng ofIdlllng
killing klng the girl rl at Mrs Sunonsona SlOIOnl gate gateThomas Rte RteThoma gateThomas
Thomas Thoma Bluoski a Hungarian Hungrlan who wh was wasarrested wasarrste wasarrested
arrested arrste In an an East Est Bide caf cr is held hld on onsuspicion oneuslelon onsuspicion
of the Slav whomBecker whomBeckerearlier whomBeckerearlier
suspicion euslelon being bing th 8lv whomBker whomBkerearler
earlier earler referred rer to ao al the th murderer murerr He Hemay Hemayb Hemaybe
may mayb maybe be reloaded relea today todayHENRY toyHElRr todayHENRI
Found Dead De In I Ills J Home In Plttibart PIIbnr With Witha mtl
a Bullet PQle In Ills Oa Head HeadPmsBUBO led ledFm headPirreonno
PmsBUBO Fm uno May My 26 2Bme 6Some Some mystery sur surrounds surrund surrounds ¬
rounds rund the death deth of Harry IIar D Sellers Selera 20 20years 2 o oyears
years yer of age age ae son In of Henry Honr Sellers Blera a wealthy wealthyretired welthyretred wealthyretired
retired retred business bulne man rn who was wa found dead deadwith dod dodwlb deadwith
with wlb a bulfet hole In his temple In his room roomIn rm rmIn roomIn
In the Sellers Seler home 1422 122 Wightman Wlatmn street streetjuat streetJUt streetjust
JUt after afer noon non today tody Deputy Coroner CoronerBlack Crner CrnerDack CoronerBlack
Black Dack Inclines InclnM toward towrd a theory of suicide suicidewhile Bulcldehle suicidewhIle
while hle members mcmbcl of the family famiy maintain maintainthat mintin mintinthtbe maintainthatthe
that thtbe thatthe the death detb was accidental accidentalThe accdentl accdentlThe
The young man mn remained rmained at home this thismorning thismoring thismorning
morning moring when the other members mcmber of the thefamily thefamiy thefamily
family famiy went to church oburh saying that he hewanted bewante hewanted
wanted wante to kill k1 a dog which had grown gwn old oldand oldand oldand
and sick ok The members of the family famiy say sayhe sy syhe sayhe
he went wet to his hl room rom and Intended Intende to shoot shootfrom shootfrm shootfrom
from frm the window when the dog would walk walkthrough walktbrugh walkthrough
through tbrugh the yard yardWhen yr yardWhen
When Wen the family famiy returned reture from frm church churchthe
the lifeless Ifelo body bdy of the young man was wasfound WUIfound wasfound
found lying on the floor loor of his room rm The Therevolver Therevolver Therevolver
revolver was clutched clutche tightly tghty In his h hand handCOMPLAINTS hnd hndCOlPklTS handcoIPji4INrsFIIO
Mode t to Watchorn Watcr WatthornAbout About Crew ee1 Loading loadlnrthe faelr faelrthe
the linen linenThe Une linersThe
The Te executive exetve committed 0 mmlte of the Long Longshoremens Lng Lngshormens Longshoremens ¬
shoremens shormens Union Unon met me yesterday yeSrday and passed pMd pMdraoluton passed4resolutlon
4 resolution raoluton that the strikers Itrkerslhould should remain remainout rmain rmainout
out as long as a the companies refused rerusd the thedemand thedemand thedemand
demand of 40 f cents cnt an hour for day work workand workand workand
hour for work workThis workThl workThis
and M cents Ont on a night
This resolution rsolution was a unanimously unnmously in indorsed Indord indorsed ¬
dorsed dord at a fuU meeting metng of the strikers strikerssaid strikerssaid lrikensid
said sid Leader er Connors Conorll No matter what whatthe whattbe whatthe
the companies oompnes may say the strikers strkers are arenot arenot arenot
not going back to work until unt they got their theirdemands theirdsmand theirdemands
demands dsmand If I they should remain rmain out for fortwo forto fortwo
two years We have sent Int a whole bunoh bunohof
of affidavit afdavlta to Immigration Immigrton I Commissioner CommissionerWatchorn Commlilonlr CommlilonlrWatchor CommissionerWatchorn
Watchorn Watchor of violation violaton of tbe Immigration Immigrationlaw ImmigrAion ImmigrAionlaw
law by the crews of vessels ve8ls doing long longshore longsbor longshore ¬
shore sbor work or vessels vellB for which they have havenot havenot havenot
not signed to work for I guess gues we e have havegot hovl havegot
got the companies on the run now and andthe andthe andthe
the United Unitd States State District Attorney Atomey will willtake willtake i
take the matter matr In hand handMr handMr handMr
Mr Watchorn Wathorn said last night nightIt
It Is true that I have received rched a number numberof
of complaints complaint from Mr Connors and I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have turned tured the whole matter mAter over to toUnited toUnited toUnited
United State Rtate District Dlttrlo Attorney Atr Ktimaon Ktimaonwho Btlmn Btlmnwho 3timaonwho
who will wi I expect epect act on the complaints complaintsIt
It 1 In I for him to say ay whether or not the law lawhas lawha lawhas
has ha been en violated The complaint omplant I be believe h behove ¬
hove Ire have had a salutary alutar effect efect upon the thecompanies theoompanle thecompanies
companies already as they the are more care careful cre creful careful ¬
ful to keep within wllln the law lawMRSING lawlnIG lawXtRSIXG
fine Hail lad Feared Frrld That Tat She Had Caught CaughtDliraie CaulhtOe CaughtDisease
Disease Oe From rom the te flst flsttlrs Daby DabyMrs ar arIN
Mrs IN Kaln Zeaman wlfo of a machinistshot rachlnlll rachlnlllIhot machinist
shot Ihot herself through tho head hed with wih her herhusbands hlrhusbands herhusbands
husbands revolver rvolver at her home 21W 218 Am Amsterdam AnIteram Amiterdam ¬
sterdam avenue yesterday morning Re Recently Retfmtly Becontly ¬
cently teram Mrs Ira Z Zman amin had been tn nursing nurlng tim thnchild thAchid timchild
child chid of her BinterlnIaw The child chid I Isuffering II IIuferlng issuffering
suffering uferlng from frm spinal meningitis msnlnslll and ad Mrs Mrsxaman Mr MrsZatnan
1Aaman Zatnan xaman pot the IO Idea Idla that tha she Ihe had con contractod 001 conreeled
reeled the thl pot dls dlllMle disease ni > e herself herselfAt hlNelf
Iracto At 7 oclock oclo yesterday morning moring aho ho com complained compllltd cornplained ¬
plained of feeling fe llng very ill 1 and sent her herhusband herhushand herhusband
husband out to call Cl er a physician Whllo Whllohe Whia Whiahe hilo hilohe
he was WA gone Mr In Zeaman Zeamn hot herself herselfMie helll helllIhl Jieresiflu
Mie Ihl lu wa was 8 removed rmoed to the Washington Heights HeightsHospital lelhls lelhlsHospltI HeightsHospital
Hospital where htro she Ih6 tlo died lest night nlght811 nhe nhewo Ithowas
wo u 21 years en old oldAfter oldAUr cudAttr
After ill fsiicrti tit tl t fletloa fletloaIksl eesteIltit eo eoat
Iksl at rude nle Ul I blfbbtU bbllal UUWIUA
She he Had ad Pra Pae Pnaed > rd That Tat Her Ut LiCe Might Ho HoNliorleneilWne 10 10HhorteIlnr Itotitiortenetisinee
NliorleneilWne HhorteIlnr Her Ur Hatband Jusbani DeU DeUShe DeathNtis Death DeathShe
She Had lal Thought Tout Only Oy of Rejoining nejornlntHim ReJollnr ReJollnrIme RejoiningIlImJhe
Him Ime IlImJhe The Story ltor or an a E ewltnm EUIltes EUIltesCANTON EeWItnesICaTo > ewltnmi ewltnmCANTON i
CANTON Ohio May IB 0Mrs Mrs McKInley McKInleydied McKlnlfYdie
died die at IM li 1 P 11 1 today todayIt tay tayI
It I was transition from an unconscious unconsciousstate uncon loua loua8tate
state Into the sleep of death deathOuring deth dethOurng deathfluning
Ouring Ourng the days preceding precelng Mrs frs McKln McKlniuyu McKlnioy McKtnlilys
iuyu ioy lapse iap Into lrt unconsciousness uDcnllouenN she has hasfrequently hasfreuenty hasfrequently
frequently freuenty prayed that she might die dieWhy dieWhy dieWhy
Why should I linger was her cry cryHe cryHe cryHe
He ha hal gone life Ifo Is dark I am weary wery and andwould andwould andwould
would rest restOnce rt rtOnce neatOnce
Once she said sid Please Plese God If It Is Thy Thywill Ty Tywi Thywill
will wi I ask ak that the days that remain rmain be beshortened beshorene hoshortened
shortened shorene happiness hapIinM awaits awale me why defer deferIt dererm dererThen
It m
Then she became bme resigned rlgned and said saidI sid sidI
I will wi wait I will wi wait It cannot cnnot be long longOno longOno longOne
Ono of those thos who watched watche at the te death deathbed deth dethbd deathbed ¬
bed bd of Mrs McKInley speaks pks of the last lastmoments lat latmomenta lastmoments
moments as follows followsI folows folowsI
I will wi never believe blee that Mrs MoKlnley MoKlnleydjd MoKlnleydd
did dd not know at the very ver moment of the thesouls theluls thesouls
souls luls transition trntion that she was passing psng from fromdeath fromdeth fromdeath
death deth unto life liteI 1r
I bent over her at a that moment and saw sawher l1 sawher
her face transfigured transfgurd as a though thoug animated animatedby animt
by Y great gret joy joySweetly joySwotly JoySweetly
Sweetly Swotly tenderly tnderly spiritually spirtualy beautiful beautifulwas buUful buUfulwas
was its Il aspect aspt The Te breathing brathing had hd grown grownshorter gown gownshorr grownshorter
shorter shorr shorter Borr shorter ahorr there the was a con convulsive convt81ve convulalve ¬
vulsive vt81ve tremor trmr the muscles mUe of otberehoulders otberehouldersand her shoulder shoulderand our
and throat tbrt slightly slighty struggled IItrggle she sh raised raisedher rile raisedher
her arms her lips lp parted pr and through throughthem thruCh thruChtbem throughthem
them came cmea a sound sond eoundnot not articulate ariclte but like likea lke lkea
a sobbing joyous Joyo sigh sighOnce sighOnco IgbOnce
Once more she breathed brathed gently genty Not Notmore Notmore ot otmor
more mor soft ert was wuth the flight gh of the soul sul than was wasthat WI wasthat
that exhalation exhaaton Some Sme of us were kneel kneeling knl knlIng kneellog ¬
ing at the th bedside bdo and an It seemed smd as I though thoughwe thoughI I
we almost amot saw ew the reunion runon between btwen the thewife thewife I
wife and her loved lve husband husbandIn hUnd I
In death dah Mrs M MoKinleyn MoKlneye face fa Is stamped stampedby
by a beauty buty ineffably Inefal3 sweet swot and a content contentment contnt contntment contentmoot ¬
ment not less IM than tha divine divineIn divin
In the th death dat chamber chbr were wer Secretary SecretaryCortclyou St SecretaryCortelyou
Cortclyou Corlyou Mr 1r and ad Mrs M C Barber BarberMrs Bbr BbrMr BarberMrs
Mrs Mr Sarah Ba Duncan Dncan Mrs Luther Luter Day DayJustice DayJustce DayJustice
Justice Justce and Mrs 1n William WIUa R Day Dr Port Fortmann Portmn Portmann
mann mn and Dr Ilixey Iuy and the th nurse nurseAt nur nursesAt
At 10 oclock ooloc thle morning mring Dr Hyman Hymanhad
had arrived arrive from fro Massillon Muion Ho went wentquickly wentqulcl wentqulckl
quickly qulcl to the McKinley home with wlb Dr DrRixey D DrJUxey
Rixey lxey and Dr Portmann Pormn Mrs 11 McKin McKinleys McKn MoKinbys
leys condition was as discussed dla It I was W the theend theend theend
end of tho path pat they decided decidedAt dede
At 8 oclock ocok Dr Portmann Pormann had left the theMcKInley theMcKinley theMcKinley
McKInley home bome He le said that tat the indica indications Indic Indicatione ¬
tions tons were wtro Mrs McKinley could culd not live livehalf Uvehal livehalf
half hal an hour Her vitality vitly be said sd had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been remarkable remarkableAssembled remarkableAssembled mkable mkableA8rble
Assembled A8rble In the residence rOdeo waitIng for forthe forthe forthe
the end were we Mr and Mrs M M C Barber Barberand Barb Barberand
and ad their ther daughter aulte Mrs Mn Luther Ltber Day DayMrs DayMDlcn DayirBDuncan
Mrs MDlcn irBDuncan Duncan Justice Justc and a Mr M Day Dy Secre Secretary Be Secretary ¬
tary try Cortelyou Corel o and Dr Rlxey RlxeyAll Rxey RxeyAl
All Al hope that Mrs McKInley 1011nley could ould rally rallyhad raly ralyhod rallyhad
had been bn given gve up and the tb vigil vgl of the thenight thenight thenight
night at the bedside bsde was wal unbroken unbrken during duringthe
the early day daySecretary dayBtry daySocrenry
Secretary Btry Cortelyou Corlycu sent to President PresidentRoosevelt Preld0t Preld0tv PreeidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt v lt a telegram bearing hring the te news of ofMrs oCMra ofMrs
Mrs McKInleys MoKnleys death deth It said d Mrs MrsMcKinley Mr MrsMcKinley
McKinley McKnley is dying dyingLater dyng dyngte dyingater
Later ater te the Secretary Sretar talked tlked with the thePresident thePldent thePresident
President Pldent by telephone telephoneTbo
The funeral will wi take te place pla at 2 oclock oclockWednesday oclok oclokWednoy oclockWednesday
Wednesday Wednoy at the McKInley MoKnley home The Thebody Theby Thebody
body by will wl be b taken to the receiving nvng vault vaultIn
In Westlawn Weslawn Cemetery Cete where here reels rta the thebody thebdy thebody
body bdy of President Prldent McKinley McKinleyPresident McKnley McKnleyFrldet McKinleyPresident
President Roosevelt and will willarrive willarrive
Frldet Rlvelt ad a party pay wi
arrive orvo over the Baltimore BtImore and Ohio Rail Railroad Ri Railroad ¬
road rd on Wednesday Wenesdy The President Frldent will willreturn wi willreturn
return retur immediately Immeately to Washington WBhngton after afterthe ater atertho afterthe
the services eervlceeTho servicesThe
Tho Rev Rv E l 0 Buxton of the First M E EChurch ECurh EChurch
Church Curh this city assisted assited by the Rev 0 W WHolmes WHolme WHolmes
Holmes Holme a t former pastor of Csrhon C u on now of ofYoungstown ofYoungstown ofYoungstown
Youngstown will wi officiate officiateThere officat ofilciateThere
There Tbee will wi be b special speia music by a quartet quartetIn quret quretIn
In charge of Mrs George Clark wife of ofPostmaster orPOtmte ofPostmaster
Postmaster POtmte Clark ClarkMayor Cak CakMayor ClarkMayor
Mayor Turnbull Tubul called cled a meeting metig of city cityofficials ciy ciyomclals cityofflelals
officials tonight and plans plns ore I ro making malna for fora
a recognition of Mrs McKinleys MoKnleys death doth In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which the whole city oty will wi participate participateToday plopate plopateToday participateToday
Today flags fa droop dp at half bai mast and andthere andthe andthere
there the ore n many signs of mourning about abouttho abouttbe aboutthe
the city oly At this mornings momngs services IC In Inthe II iiithe
the churches cburcbO there tb re were wer touching refer references roferenc references ¬
ences enc to Mrs Mr McKinleys approaching approachingend approhlnaeld
end eld On the Sunday following folowing the funeral funeralthere tuneralther funeralthere
there ther will wi be b a general genea memorial momora observance observanceand oarvac
and on Memorial Memora Day there thre will wi be b addi additional addition addtional ¬
tional tion ceremonies ceremoniesPresident omonlC ceremoniesPresident
President Prident Roosevelt ROvst while here her will wi be betho b bethe
the guest get of Supreme Court Cut Justice Jutlce and andMrs andi andMrs
Mrs i W R Day taking luncheon luncbeo with them themshortly th8msbortly themshortly
shortly before beore the return rtrn of the Presidents Presidentsspecial Pridentl Presidentsspecial
special apal evening eveningTho eveningbe train tr to Washington WuhlnCn Wednesday Wednesdayevening Wedneldayevening Vednesdayevening
The be watchers in the 18 death deth chamber camber at the theMcKInley theMoKlnley theMcKinley
McKInley home tonght tonight are ra Luther Day Dayand Tay Taynnd Dayand
and W V L Day eons 100 of Chief CIG Justice Day DayMrs VayMr DayMrs
Mrs Mr McKinley MoKnley was w MUt 11 Ida Saxton lnton and andwas ad adWI andwas
was WI the daughter of John A Saxton ton a abanker abke abanker
banker bke of Canton Cton Ohio and ad granddaughter granddaughterof graddushter graddushteraf
of John Haiton latn the veteran verA yeteranOblo Ohio Oho journalist journalistwho Jlurnaiit Jlurnaiitwho
who in mt 161 established etablle the th Ohio 01 Rtpatltorv RtpatltorvMrs lpllorJ
Mrs McKinloy MoKlnly was on on of three tbr children childrenand cidren cidrennd
and nd was WI born In Canton Cnton In 1947 John JohnBXon A ABaxton 4Saxton
Baxton BXon had the idea that girls Iri should be beable b beable
able to provide foi themselves tbemelv and after afterhis afer aferbil alterhis
bil his daughter had been ben graduated grlt lted from a aprivate aprivate aprivate
private school at Media Meia Pa and had had hoda ha
I a years Y0r1 travel tr ve abroad abro he b made her a clerk clerkIn elr
In his bonk bak Later Ltr she wa W8 made m de ctihler ctihlerher ouhlerher cablerher
her father saying that tht she lb got th the place placestrictly plaa plaastrlcty pliesstrictly
strictly strlcty on 01 merit meritIt meritI uynl
It I was Wi In 1887 IM that tba Ml Mlii Saxton Slon th th the hank hinkcashier hankouler ankcashier
ouler cashier met Major IJor MoKinley who had hadreturned hadrelure hadreturned
relure returned from the th war wa and wa wa something somethingof Imethlngof
of a hero T The Major Maor went to visit hi hisister his hllalster hisifster
sister who lived lved at Canton and met hi hifuture hrfuture his hisfuture
future wife ICe at a picnic They were ere mar married ma rearned ¬
ried ned on n January 211871 26 181 1871 In the Presbyterian PresbyterinnChurch Preshyern PreshyernChurcb PresbyterianChurch
Church In Canton After Ater the marriage the theyoung theyoun theyoung
young couple took up their residence IsJdenco In InCanton InCanton InCanton
Canton In a home given lo them by Mr MrMcKInley MrsMcKinleys f fMcRlnltY1
McKInley father and Mr McKinley McKlnlordarted McKnlor McKnlortateel McKinleystarted
darted tateel to practise praotll law there thereU
U 1 was 18 while whie living lving at Canton Cnton that Mr MrMoKlnley MrsMcKinley In InMcKinley
McKinley met with the l roavpmenj lr4lm which whichshattered whlohIhatered whichshattered
Ihatered shattered her health hOh early rly In llfu lu This Thisw ThisWi Thuswas
Wi was w the death deth of their two children chidren Kate Kaleand Kateant Kateanti
and ant Ida Tho former was WA born In 1871 1871and 1811and 1871and
and lived to be three year Ylrl old The ho latter latteru laUrl latterwas
was u as 1 born brn In 1873 and lived Ie but a I few month month1helr montha1helr monthsTheir
Their 1helr deaths following folowing shortly shorly sho hy that of Mr MrUcKluleyM Hr MrsMcliluleys
UcKluleyM McKlultY1 mother brought on a nervous nervousContinued nerVOl1 nerVOl1Conlnutd nervousContinued
Continued Conlnutd on Oi Second Secfd Iag aft aftV
u l 1 1u
DurSla Burglar scare fQe In the tlt ttockefcller nokeCIe Block BlockExplained Blek Blek1IIJaln UIQvkExplainedMan
Explained ExplainedMan 1IIJaln dlan Man Arrested ArrestedAfter ArrestedAfter rete
After Ater another chose ch over OV8 roofs following followingan
an alarm alar from rrm the block blol on Fiftyfourth Fiftyfourthstreet Ilftyrortbstret
I street stret between otwCn Fifth Filh ana and Sixth avenues nvenuesthe nvenUe avenuesthe
the police pllo of the Eatt Et Fiftyfirst street streetutation fttt ftttI eueatstation
station ilation arrested artte early ealy this tbi morning Harry HarryCloswon HaryCI Hars HarsCioson
I Closwon CI n hutler for Dr Ralph Rph Waldo who wholiven wboIvC wholives
liven IvC at 60 6 O West Wet Fiftyfourth Fityforh street trt The Thepolice Thelc Tuepplice
police lc say that dlt Cla Clon Cloason > sonv hsa bore bO causing causingall Musingal
all al the burglar scare that have thrown the Iheblock theblok theblock
block blok on which John Jhn D Ro6kefellerSenator Ro6kefellerSenatorChauncey RkefelerSnator RkefelerSnatorCuncy RoekefehlerSenatorChatincey
Chauncey Cuncy M Depew DepT and other notables notableslive notble notablealive
live lve Into an In uproar uprr almost amo t nightly nightlyCloseon nlgbtlyCIOn nightlyCiosson
Closeon CIOn at first frt said sid that ho was utTer nufforIng uter uterIng utTering
from and had been taking takingto
Ing frm sleeplessness loplne hd n tking tkingto
to theroofs therfs for a midnight mldnlahtltrU stroll Ho said saidthat Mi saidthat
that tht he often oftn wandered wnderd about over the roofs roofsof rfs rfsof
of houses bous other than that tht where he Is il em employed employed sinpioyed ¬
ployed The police plc were er Inclined Inclne to be believe b beHove ¬
Hove leve him until unti they interviewed the mem members member merebore ¬
bore ber of the Walker household bouehold There ThOe they theywere theywor theywere
were wor told that tht an attempt attmp to force for tho scuttle scuttlehad stte sttebod scuttlehad
had been bon made mde last 111 night nl6ht and that tht the thenoise theni thenoise
ni noise was ws heard her all through the hniwn hniwnThe hl hlTh hnuasThe
The Th police polce went went back btk and an confronted confrontedClosson oonfrontedCos confrontedClossort
Closson Cos n with wlb this He admitted ailtt then thn that thatbe tht ththe thathe
he had gone out on the roofs roofetopay to pay py a visit visitThen viill viillThn visitThen
Then Thn he was locked lokd up upOn upOn upOn
On Saturday Study night nght the th police plc received receivedfour rcive receivedfour
four fou calls cls as o a result rsult of burglar bugr scare 8r from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the block blok This Ths search rb for burglars there therehas therehal therehas
has hal been bn almost almOt a regular rglr nightly nighty per performance performnc perfornlano3 ¬
formance formnc During Dung a search Ich and an scare Br a afew afew
few nights ngbts ago Sergt Srgt Gruber Grubr says y he came cameacross cme cmeacrOM cameacross
across Clowton Colln leaping fences foncs In the rear rearyard rr rryr rearyards
yard yr 11 I Clonson COn Raid then thn that he was wasout wa wasout
out trying to catch ctob the burglar burglarWhen builr builrWen burglarWhen
When Wen the tb telephone tlephone bell bU rang In the thelt sta station ta tation ¬
tion ton house hou shortly Bhorly before bforQ midnight midnght last lastnight lat latnlgbt lastnight
night Lieut Leut Rayner RJer and the reserves reserveshustled rere reserveshustled
hustled huste out The alarm ar came cme from Dr DrWalker D DrWalkers
Walker house The police fojinff fQ a fright frightened frightened frightaced ¬
ened lot of servants serant In frnt front of the house houseSergt hI8 h9uaeSergt
Sergt Bri Hooligan Holgn Detective Dettve Cooney Cny and andseveral andsver andseveral
several sver other otbe cop were admitted adite and andpUrabed andcmb andqVinbed
pUrabed cmb upon the roof roofThey roofTo roofThey
They To could ould find fnd no trace of a burglar burglarbut bualr bualrbut
but made me a trip tp over the t roofs rfa as a matter matterof mter mterof
of form They found the scuttle
for T foud stle On Onon open openon
on Dr Waldos house hou and climbed clmb down downrevolvem don donrolve downrevolver
revolver rolve and clubs cub drawn At the stair stairlanding stir stirlanding stairlanding
landing two floors foor down they tey saw aw a light lightIn lght lghtIn
In a roar rr room rm Closson COMOD the butler buter was wasthere W8 wasthere
there partly parly dressed dred and an told tld his I sleep sloeplessnoss so sleepieSSnOM
lessnoss lesno story storyThere ater storyThere
There Ter were some e real II burglaries buglarie on the theblock tbeblok theblock
block blok several seerl months ago agoTHE agoTilE g gTiE
Store Shops Sho and cd Habeas MaOQ Closed c1oe Yesterday YesterdayResult YesterdayRrzWt te
Result Rut of Mlnliters nlte Crusade CrusadeAs OUI rusadeAs < e
As a a result Isult of the agitation agtaUon started by bythe bythe bythe
the minister mlnsteB organization orgnzUon on S Staten Island Islandagainst Islandagont Islandagainst
against agont violation violaton of tho Sunday Budy closing closinglaw olong olonglw
law lw not only were wer the saloons closed clo tight tightyesterday tightyeterdy tightyesterday
yesterday yeterdy but the small s1 dry dy goods go stores storesand stroa stroaand storesand
and other otr shops aop usually uuly open opeJ in the morn morning mon monIng mornlog ¬
ing at least let were wer shut sut up for the day dayThe dy dyTh dayThe
The Th Rev 1v Dr Bornhill Dnl pastor ptor of the First FirstPresbyterian FirstFrbytelan FirstPresbyterian
Presbyterian Frbytelan Church Ch cb Stapleton Spleton who is ischairman l lchrJ ischairman
chairman chrJ of the ministers mnstrs organisation organisationhaa
has b had hd interviews Interlewa recently rnty with wih orgzon orgzonb Inspector InspectorWilliam Insptr InsptrWlla InspectorWilliam
William Wlla Hogan on the th subject Iubjet of Sunday S4nqayoon Sundayclosing 4c4aydosing
closing oon and Ar yesterday1 YCtdayl change cbne was WI the theresult th theresult
result rult The saloon oon men and ad storekeeper storekeeperhad rkep
had b been b told that thattrouble they would got MUrt into intotroublB
trouble tl If lt they teiipt tho l toopenup U The Themen Te Temen Thesnort
men who have ave hotel lcn licenses did a big bigbusiness bigbulI bigtusinoei
business bulI but the thl th hotels are n few and far farbetween farbtwen farbetween
between btwen and Ind thousands tbound of persons Jr8ns wont wontthirsty wenttblty wontthirsty
thirsty tblty rather than th travel trvl long distance distanceUp dlstnO distancesUp
Up to a late hour hou only one excise exc arrest arresthad Arest Arestha arresthad
had ha been bn reported reportedSome rported rportedBome reportedSome
Some of the storekeepers Itorekeeprs on the North NorthShore NortbShore NorthShore
Shore had bd placards placrdl In their windows windowsreading wlndo8rding widowareading
reading readingCompelled rding rdingComple readingCompelled
Compelled Comple to t close clo by the police policeThere polic policeThere
There Tlere Is great grt dissatisfactionamong dIMtratlon aong the thesmall the6al thesmall
small 6al storekeepers ltorekeprs on the te Island Islad over tho thostrict tholct thestrict
strict lct enforcement enforment of the Sunday law lawA lawA lawA
A number nubr of baseball babnll games gae were ached scheduled 8hed 8hedule achedtiled ¬
tiled ule on the Island Islad for yesterday but owing owingto
to the rain rn no attempt atmpt was wa made mae to play playThe playThe playThe
The police plc were prepared prepr to arrest arest the thepjaycrs tbelayera theplayens
pjaycrs If games had been bn started ntarledThe startedThe ttN
layera The Te Richmond Rohmond Theatre Theatr In StapleUm StapleUmwas Stapletn
was 11 closed cloed last night but it was 1 iid nldthis suldthis iidthis
this was 11 not the result rosll of the ministerial ministerialcrusade minlalral minlalralcre ministerialcrusade
crusade cre as 1 It was decided by the manage management mang managemeat ¬
ment some Imo time tme ago olo to close eloe the theatre theatreon tbeatl
on Sunday for a while whie at least leastSouth let letS leastSouth
South S th Beach D i II is not yet open opn for the season seasonbut HMn seasonbut
but Sunday concerts concr have been bn given there thereat ther
at two places plao Those TI places did not open openyesterday opn opnyestray openyesterday
yesterday yestray If I the managers managrs had ha opened openedup opned opnedup
up they would have heard from frm the police policeand poloe poloead polleeand
and ad In view of the weather welther conditions ondltons it itwas it itwas
ment was W not worth worh while whie making the experi experiment expri expriment oxpenimeat ¬
SrB Sl SflJtjtT1J Jl r0ITIVi7 T FORMOSA FORMOSAJapanese FOliIJOSIJapanese 0 IU 0 0oapanCe
Japanese oapanCe Hlrr Hrr Chinese tblut Ilenlcr Jlht to Conquer Conquerthe
the Natives Natltnfiftllnl NatH1 NatH181tunl Nativestpec4nl
fiftllnl 81tunl Citbtr CObt Ittitxilclt IJtplrlo lo THE SON SONLONDON SO SOLONDN M314LowoH
LONDON LONDN May 27 According 7Aordlng to o the therirntat theTifu theTirnisi
rirntat Tifu Toklo Ioklo correspondent orrupnteni the Japanese Japaneseh JRpnoe JRpnoeIn
In Formosa Formos have ave resolved to finally fnlly tub tublugate subjugate ul ulJugte
lugate Jugte the whole region along the east eastcoast eutOlut
coast Olut of the Island which since Ine ancient ancientlmc ancl ancienttimes t ttlmcf
tlmcf times lmc h hue HS s been inhabltatcd by savages savagesTho evalel savagesThe
The natives numl number > er only 100000 100 but they theylold IheThold theybold
hold 75000 i square miles mlea of the to richest richestrrrltory rlohet rlohetrrlor richestsrnltory
rrrltory rrrltoryAn rrlor
An expeditionary expeditona tone for of 0 f 8000 80 mon tnencontUtlng monconallUng mOncopsisting
contUtlng mainly of ChInese with Japanese Japaneseofficer Japae6 Japaneseofficers
officer has IRB been engaged enaage since let hJst > t autumn autumnn
In n steadily ateadly pushing ulhln Into the savage uag region regionwhere rlon rlonwhere regionwhere
where In spite ple of obstinate obstnate resistance resistanceood reliloe reliloeoot resistancegood
good ood oot progress Is reported reportedAlready repored reporedAlredy reportedAlready
Already Alredy the invading lines lnea have occupied ooclpJed ooclpJedI
13211 I equate Iquale miles mlcB of the territory but the thecompletion thecompleton thecompletion
completion completon V of the i operations oprations i iirOUIY Is still Itl remote remoteV rmot rmotIrOI remote1roz1N
And Pro Prote Him 1m a Protesting Protutn Priioner to tothe tothf totti
the thf tti Station Staton Haute HauteMrs lotie lotieMrs hlotneMrs
Mrs Mlle Prttzko Prltrko of Borough Park ParkBrooklyn ParkBroklyn ParkBrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn who said eld she was the Inventor Inventorof
of the Mails Iale device devic for holding up a womans womansskirt womanlskirt womansskirt
skirt was In the Yorkville orkle police poloe court courtresterday oburtyesterday our
yesterday yeterar us i a complainant against Ilalnlt Daniel DanielMannlon Danel DanelIannlon DanielMannion
Mannlon MannlonMannlon MannionMannion IannlonMannion
Mannion I Ii a driver for harms Gams express expressand expru expruand expressand
and the woman declared that he w wu driving drivinga
a horse on whale left ank was wIn an open ore lor soreShe oreShe
She Shell I is a member membe of the B P C A and was wason wa wason
on Third avenue near Fourteenth street streetSaturday raet raetSaturay reetSatur4ay
Saturday evening eolna when the Ihl took notlcs notlcsof
of Saturay the horse hole She hailed haied th th6 driver who whooid wbopld whopaid
pld paid > oid no attention alintiol to her t so o she got out outnthe out outinthe
nthe street and caught hold of the bridle bridleAs brldloA
As A she he hsld on a crowd gathered about aboutand abut aboutapd
and the driver drve ceased cesd urging the horn on onThen onThen onThen
Then the climbed olmbe upon the seat to drive to tothe totht tothe
the tht East rat Twentysecond street ttreet station stationThere stationThere
There was another argument agument with wih the thedrhot thedriver j
driver drhot but buLbe he surrendered eurrnder when the crowd crowdmade Owd Owdmade crowdmade
made remark The ho woman woml drove up the theavenue theavenue I
avenue Ivenue with wih the prisoner the crowd c owd fol following following following ¬
lowing for the love of excitement exciement Police Policeman Polu Poluman Policeman
man Levy IJ came along when the woman woin wo wasin I IIn
in doubt about finding fndlll the station stationThe Itltlon stationThe I
The prisoners preoners rmployer Inployor w was s lu court courtand oort courtand I
and asked Magistrate 1acWrte Finn Inn to put over the thebearing tbebNriUJ thebearhug
bearing bNriUJ to tl Wednesday Wodnuay Tills was Wa done cone
I Us 1 H = Ssy ia tre t nty tr KsKte tcc Esstcrn Etr tspitsl tspitslsnrt C tapthand t 1 1I
I and credit ce and ao Matt IOt Show low That It I Cut CutProtect CanProtect
Protect ltet Cmpltml cplt1 Mid Id UrtwrAwault UrtwrAwaultan Lbrtpaal Lbrtpaalon
on the th Japanese Ianee to Be e investigated tmettlKatalSAN 1etlatc 1etlatcSAN
SAN FKANCISCO FRNC CO May Tomorrow eTomorrowUnited Tomorw TomorwUnited TomorrowUnited
United States Stat AttorneyGeneral AttorecerlDevln Devlin will willbfgin w1 willbegin
begin bgn a thorough Investigation inveU6ation of the theattack theatt theattack
attack att on a a Japanese Japee restaurant rturt and ad bath bathhouse bathboul bathhouse ¬
house boul last Tuesday Tuey by a mob of hoodlums hoodlumsAs hooum hooumA
As A far fa as can Cn be b learned lerned the trouble trublo trublodue was wasdue wasdue
due primarily primaiy to the te lack lk ot police polce In The Ihodistrict Thedistrict ho hodistric
district distric south euth of Market MJkef street streetThis etrt etrtTl streetThis
This Tl district distc aawell Ir a wel well as all al other othe parts partsof
of the te city cty has ha been bn stripped stipped of police policeto poUo poUoto
to protect pre street etrt car c cars from fr the t attacks attke of ofstrikers ofetlkers ofstrikers
strikers etlkers and their to lyrapathiBera ypthsers hence hencewhon henc hencwho hencewhen
when who two men were wer thrown thrwn out of the theJapanese tbeJa theJapanese
Japanese Ja n o restaurant rtrant the mob that tht gathered gatheredwas
was not nt restrained rtrine by any a one on In authority authorityThe autority autorityThe
The crowd crwd stormed storme and demolished demolhed the therestaurant thereturt therestaurant
restaurant returt and ad then fe attacked ataed the tl bath bathhouse bh bhhoue bathhouse ¬
house houe across arO the street strt and ad wrecked wrke it It If Ifone Ifone
one polloertan pollo had ha been bn In the street strt he hecould hecould hecould
could have checked obeke tho disturbance di turbc at the theoutset tbeoutat theoutset
outset outat As A Jt It Itwa was no one oe interfered Inter r with withthe withtbe withthe
the crowd crwd and and the Japanese Japne sought aut safety safetyin
in flight flightAs figt
As A the Japanese Japne in other parts pr of the city citywere citywere
were not no iu disturbed distur It U I safe efe to say y that thatthese thattbee thatthese
these tbee two attacks atta ka do not indicate Indcte a re reawakening noawakening ¬
awakening awkeng of the antiJapanese Rntape feeling feelingthat reelng reelngthat feelingthat
that was w stirred stlr up by the tb public publo school schoolincident sbool sboolIncdent schoolincident
incident Incdent last t fall fallGov taUGov fallcloy
Gov Olllett Olet aroused arU by these the attacks attacksand attaoksand
and the th lawlessness lw e arising arg but ut of the labor laboragitation lbr lbra laboragitation
agitation a gtton la II trying trng to t arouse arte San Sn Fran Francisco Frn Frncl Frandeco ¬
cisco cl business bulne men to the Importance Impornce of oforganizing oforgnrg oforganizing
organizing orgnrg a movement movemet tobring to bring order orderout orer orerout orderout
out of the present ptOt chaotic chotlc state of the city citygovernment citygoveret citygovernment
government governmentThe goveret goveretTe
The Te Governor Overr has b hesitated hetted to order orer out outtho outtbo outthe
the militia because this he will be
mliti ecauss U8 tls says ey 11 a aconfamion aonrfon acentrsc4on
confamion onrfon to the world wrld that tbt the city oty is isunable II IIule isunable
unable ule to govern gover itself 11 He believes boU v that thatstrong t1t a astrong
strong committee omtt pf t representative rprlthe men mencould menculd teencould
could culd soon l restore rtr peace pc and ad order orer This Thiscommittee Thicmt Thiscommittee
committee cmt Gov Gillett Olet believes bleC should shouldInsist shuld shuldInist shouldinsist
Insist the policing of the city cityand cityand
Inist upon upn th proper prp polcig oty otyand
and ho Is confident onfidont that tt such lueh a committee committeeoould committeecould
could cul readier rd accomplish aompla this end The TheGovernor Te TeG01eror TheGovernor
G01eror nays naysThe 81 saysThe
The conditions condltonl In Ban Francisco Francllo ire Ir In Intolerable Intolerable Intolerable ¬
tolerable San Bn Francisco Fncisco needs Eastern Easterncapital Estern Esterncpital Easterncapital
capital cpital and Eastern Eer credit creit Under present presentconditions prtDt prtDtconditons presentconditioni
conditions conditons It can set Iet neither The Eastern Easterncapitalist Ellr Easterncapitalist
capitalist capialet Is 1 afraid afrad to invest his hi money with withus wlb wlbus
us and Eastern Ast r Commercial 4ommerclal Interests are areafraid arenCrald areafraid
afraid of the anarchy that they the believe beleve exists existshere e1ats e1atshere existahere
here hereBan hereSan
hereSn Ban Sn Francisco Frnciso must mu t give ilve all al the world un unmlsUVmTilo unmleable unmistakable
mistakable mleable assurances urncC that it Is II not alone alonecapable alonecapble alonecapable
capable capble of protecting JroleUi capital cptal and tabor but butthat butthat butthat
that It i Is giving ilvlni them that protection protectionIt prol cton ctonIt
It is time lme for the business men of this thl com community communlt1rrepeiUve cornmunityirrepective ¬
munity munlt1rrepeiUve munityirrepective Irrespective of of party pay or r politics ltcs to toget toget toge
get ge together jn ntmberlf numbers so 1 large that they theycannotb theycanDott theycanI2ottbO
cannotb b < accused acsd of f fighting nghtlDI for either Cal Cilhoun Calhoun Calhoun
houn or Sprockets Blrekels and andlnast Insist upon tpn the preser preservation preseralcnoLI preserration ¬
ration alcnoLI ot otiaw4order otiaw4orderIt lawt I tpflorder tpflorderIt rer >
It U reported nr today tdy that ht the committee committeeof ommltt ommlttof
of seven which w lob resigned last week w will willbe wi wilibe
evonl I
be h reorganised rrganlzd d with f additional adtltonir members membersand membra membersand
and that tht ctepa tpi will i im token tkn t n at once ono to tostop toatop toatop
atop the guerrilla gorrla warfare waa that has been beencarried ben benCre beencarried
carried Cre on against llgnst the street srt oars on Until Untilthere Unt Untilthere
there the Is ample street etrt transportation tralpmton at night nightaa nightwel
aa well wel as by day to all al parts of the city cityIt oly olyIt
It Is useless uslO to expect expec any ps general sneral resump resumption resumptlon resumption ¬
tion of business businessWASHINGTON buln0 busInessWasirnnrro
WASHINGTON WUIUNOTN May Jfl nTer There have been beenno bn bnro
no ro developments develoment here today in conneo connection conneotlon conneotion ¬
tion with wit the complaint oomplant of Japanese re regarding 1 regarding ¬
garding their treatment trtment In San Bn Francisco FranciscoGov rnclsco rnclscoGov
Gov Gillett Giett of California Cloria has h ha not re replied reo reople replied ¬
plied ple to the telegram tlegam which whlo Secretary Secretry Root Rootwent Rootnt Rootsent
went nt him yesterday yeteray asking that the State Stateperform Stte Stteperform Stateperform
perform Its Il duty in carrying cring out the treaty treatyagreement tratyagrment treatyagreement
agreement agrment between betwe this country cuntr and ad Japan Japanwherein Japanwherein Japanherein
wherein the subject subJect of Japan are guar guaranteed gar garant guaranteed ¬
anteed ant protection proteton to life lfe and property prpry In Inthe Inthe inthe
the United Unit State StateNeither Sttn SttnNeiher StatesNeither
Neither Neiher has ha the pepartment of Justloa Justloarncvd Juat03 Juat03JJlv Justioreceived
received JJlv d B I r neeposs > nnnHH to th t the ins 1 instructions ructions motlot s sent HntUle sentthe nl nlthe
the United Unitd State Btt District Distric Attorney Attrey direct directing dir directlag ¬
lag In him to make ma a full Investigation Invetlgaton of the theassault te teAult theassaults
assault Ault upon upn Japanese Janel by a I mob lost Tues Tuesday Tuesdy Fussday ¬
day dy There Ther Is no doubt however that tha those thoseofficials thol tholocills thoseofilcisla
officials ocills have hve taken tken the action aion requested requestedand rfuoatd rfuoatdand
and as there are no further furher complaints oomplalnt the thesituation thesluatonls thealtuatiott
situation sluatonls is regarded rgue M satisfactory satisfactoryMMV ataaory ataaory1I satisfactoryi4I4
MMV 1I KPUIS ltEI CHOI CHOIThinks LODlIttlnks muTlnl
Thinks Tlnl ban Sa Franrliro Enanelteoltiots niotj 1ot Due to Jralouj Jraloujami Jelou JelouaQr
ami aQr Not or Prime Prlle Importance ImportanceAjMctil Imp3rtanctolcll inlp3ftincepctui
AjMctil olcll CtMr Cbt Dtipntch lpe la Ins box boxLojjrxw 01 ct ctLoroN
Lojjrxw May ST 27The 1Th The Toklo correspon correspondent correopondlnt correeponcleat ¬
dent of the Time Timc says that tho Japanese Japanesedo JapanOodo
do not attach attb cardinal culJlmpot Importance to toantlJap xh xhant The TheantIJapanea
ant IJapanese antlJap 6 riots rot In San Francisco FranciscoThe
The T outbreak quthr are er attributed atrbute solely Boel to the thejealousy thejealousy thejealousy
jealousy of American Amtrlo restaurant 1tlrat keepers keepersat keper
at the successful eUC0ful Japanese Jape competition competitionOLCA10 cmpttion cmpttionOLCl1 competitionI
Hlfrni HIII or Activity AMht In I Vwuilui VNU1Ine VrsUtluiOne One Man ManPmd ManDead Ia
Dead Ptd petit Jrt Insensible tntrailbleSpecM InsensibleSpecial nfllle nfllleptlol
Special Ctklt Cb Dtlttcl nUwlth > If I TP Til E Sex SexKAPIES SUI SOXNaria
KAPIES lArlU May 2 2Vololnlo Vojo nlo CAB emitted emittedyesterday elted eltedyUUrda emittedyeaterdsy
yesterday In s grotto lotto near ne Bocao BIO Tr Trcso Trcsokied Tnecuo Tnecuokilled cso csokilled
killed kied two mules mule and dog dof and also their theirowner theirowner theirowner
owner who attempted atempte to rescue tlC the ani animals anlmal aniaisle ¬
aisle malsEight mal aisleEight
Eight Eigh men who in turn tur tried to rescue rescuethe relcue relcuethe rescuethe
they the man recovered recoveredIt were wto dragged out sepitles septlt but butthey bt btthey betthey
It Is II believed belevO that tat the ga 111 gap constitutes constitutesa olaitute
a sign 1 of a reawakening r of activity acIviy In InMount InMount inMount
Mount Vesuvius Vesuviusu5wvo Vesuviugl1ISSVG uvlu uvlu11S1U
u5wvo 11S1U risTnn LOCArep LOCArepMan tOCUEp
Man 18 irtio Ulo Suddenly 8uddt y Left Parish Parih and Family FamilyMM Famiy FamiyHu Familyhas
MM salary 8al alar Sent te t crUeaeo crUeaeoWOXCISTER Oealo OealoWOCUftR CideagoVasczintR
WOXCISTER WOCUftR Meia Ma May 0 0The The Rev RevCharles RevCrl RevCharles
Charles Crl H Dalrymple patter of the Mill Millbury 111 Millbury
bury Unitarian Church CbIrch who fled fed to the theWest tbeWest theWest
West on ot the night of May IS 1 leaving lelnl his hiapastorate hilpaltorate hispastorate
pastorate his le wife wie and his hs children chidren with tthout withOut Uh Uhout
out a word has ha been located locted by Thomas ThoOu ThoOuWinter ThomasWinter A AWinter
Winter treasurer of the church curoh at atEatt atFA = > s sEast
East FA Sixtieth street Chicago To that tha ad addreta addrel address
dress drel Winter will 11 tend Ind the salary Iary due the themissing tblmilin themissing
missing milin pastor pastorBeyond pt pastorBeyond r rBeond
Beyond Beond saying nl that Dr Dalrymple Dalrmple U II III IIIfrom 1 illfrom
from frm worry ery over his wifes wie sickness Winter Wintermaintain Wintermalntelns Wintermaintains
maintain a silence ilence as asdid did Mr Jlrl Dalrymples Dalrymplesbrother Dalrmplelbrother Dairympiesbrother
brother soon 50n after atrr tho patters patorsght flight when whenhe hen henbe
he admitted admllf that for reasons which h hwould hi he hewould
would not nt nuke public publc ho had arranged arrangedfor
arr4tlM arr4tlMfor
for the minister InlRer to leave the East Eat for good goodnever goodnever nd ndnevrr
never to communicate Omm110to again with jth his hisfamily hIsramly hisfamily
family ramly Tim Thomlnllter minister flight ngbt created orlatlil a sensation scnwitlnnbut ltnMtlon I Ibut
but hi his wife Ife who had hai been Iii 1 for ten weeks weeksoxprrrwod wek weeksexpressed
oxprrrwod exprt no astonishment astonishmentMint utnlahment utnlahmentlttt
Mint lttt Marine Jlarne truellHwire truellHwireArrtvfd InIIMle InIIMleArWtd fnIaIIgeareArrived
Arrived ArWtd ft a Alconquln Alrolquln Jirkwwvlllf W lsy y yUA a aUASSALITK 3 3UAS5AUTItItITcvtV
tntktrl PAPCK rAPIR UMd W by b U I d Gumamrui GU rDaltt At bias Wuutntktrl Wr
I I LlVBRBOOLEr LIBReOOLYEr YORK YOR LLE LLElIamburs LE LEI LI2tEllamburgdAwenIcznSteamshlp
I lIamburs lambu llamburgdAwenIcznSteamshlp > Aincric me q Steamship Stehp Co e to Start Starta Stt Stta
a Mew Enterprise EnterpriseSftclal Etepre EtepreSPtl1 EnterpriseSpeckS
SpeckS SPtl1 Cittt C W Pupate Dtlplc la Tnt Te TarLivuurooL SUN SUNLIVUBPOOL SUl
LIVUBPOOL LLVPOL May 28 2Tbe 6Tho Tho Hamburg HamburgAmerican Hanbug HanbugAmeric HamburgAmerican
American Americ Steamship Stelhlp Company Is I about aboutto aout aoutI
I to start l a 0 passenger pna and 4d nd freight filght service servicebetween servicebetween rvio rviobetwen
between betwen Liverpool Liverp and Id New York The TheMaolvcra Te TeI TheMaolvcurs
Maolvcra have llve been bn appointed app Int agents of ofthe ofthe ofthe
I the line Ino here hr There Ther la 1 a strong trl probability probabilitythat probUty probUtytht
make that tht tho reprisals reprisalsThe repriss reprissThe Cunard Cunr and an White Whte Star S lines line will willmake wi willinuike
The Maolvers MacIveO have had ha previous provloU ex experience urrcn cxpenience ¬
perience rrcn In the transatlantic tratlatlo trade trd they theyliaving theyhaving theyI
I having managed manged the old Beaver av6r Line Lne before beforeit
it was Wi absorbed abrb by the Canadian Cann Faol PacificgLino Pacific PacificLino
I gLino gLinoDLNIER Lino LinoDENVER Llno LlnoDENER
I Building Duldll Contractors c ntractor Rebel Rebe Against Asart Dicta Dictation DIcta Dictation ¬
tion ton of Trades Tade Unions UnionsDKNVBK UnoDS UnoDSDRNVEf UnionsDENvaut
DKNVBK DRNVEf May M 2Wlthln 26Within Within two week weekDenver weekDenver weeksDenver
Denver Is to t be b known throughout the thecountry thecountr thecountry
country countr a as an open shop town so s far as asbuilding asbuilding
building buiding contractors are concerned concernedExasperated oonceroedEXBprte oonoernedExasperated
Exasperated EXBprte at the methods methoa adopted adopt by bythe byhe bythe
the he Building Buiding Trades Trc Councils Cunel1ln In taking tking ad advantage od1ntage advantage ¬
vantage of the unorganized unorglnlr condition oondlton of oftho oflho ofthe
the contractors oontrctor and forcing one individual individualafter IndividualIfur individualafter
after Ifur another to come to its I terms about about2O
200 2 contractors met loot 18 night nght and looks looksdefinite thokdefinite
definite situation situationWithin definit stuaton situationWithin steps eps to change the present labor laborsituation lbor lborstuaton laborsituation
Within the coming comin week master builders buildersmaster buiders buidersm8 buildersmaster
master m8 r painters pllntor master plumbers pumber and all allother al allother
other contracting contraotng craten craftsmen will wl hold holdmeetings holdmetlg holdmeetings
meetings metlg and name nme delegates delegts to a a general generalcouncil generalcuDol generalcouncil
council cuDol at which formal fona1 declarations dslaratons of the thoopen theopn theopen
open opn shop Bop for Denver will wi be b made madeSerious mde mde8rlou madeSerious
Serious 8rlou trouble truble Is lanot not anticipated anLclpated owing owingto
to dissension dlun0n among aonKthe amongthe the unions unionsKVROK1 unionsKUROK unionsKUROKI
tie and His 81 Party P View Iew It 111t With Wander onder From FromBoth Fom FomBt Fromflout
Both Bt Side of the to flier RherNUOARA R1e flierNzaasaa
NUOARA NUGUJ FALLS FJL N Y May M 2Ge 6Gen 6GenKuroki Gen GenKuroki
Kuroki Kurel and an party visited vlate Niagara today todaytaking toytkn todaytaking
taking tkn In the py scenes nc and Ind industrial Indu rlal feat features tot totUr featurea ¬
urea Ur eftch u and every one of ofwhloh which amazed amazedand amaed amaedand amazedand
and surprised arlad them They Teyew saw the falls fallsthe fall fallsthe
the t gorge rorge and ad the rapids The torrent torrentthat tornt torntthat torrentthat
that drops drps over ove the precipice pripic was wa studied studiedfrom studie studiedfrom
from both bb side of the river rver for they crocked crockedto cred credto
to Canada Candaln In inThe the Te late l morning moring The whirl whirlpool whirlpol whirlpool ¬
pool pol gyrations tlot and the th quick turn tur of the theriver therivr theriver
river rivr caused cu wonder wondr while whie the awe in inspiring Insplrln inspirIng ¬
spiring flood fo of the whirlpool rapids rplds drew drewmuch drewmuch drewmuch
much praise They Thy were joined by five fiveJapanese fve fveJapnese fiveJapanese
Japanese engineers from Plttsburg to
Japnese Plttburg past pastthe panthe passthe
the day dayKuroki dayKlrkl dayKuroki
Kuroki Klrkl and party pry leave here at 1140 1140oclock 14 14oclok 1140oclock
oclock oclok for Buffalo Bufalo where they will wi stay stayuntil stayuntl stayuntil
until untl 530 5 A M I and Ind will wi then ten start star for forChicago forChicg forChlosgo
Chicago ChicagoKIG Chicg Chicgl ChlosgoICING
flaakon Hakon of Norn Norway ay Turns Tu the Tables on onFrederick onJtrle onFrederick
Frederick Jtrle of Denmark DenmarkArwrlol Demark DemarkSpc DenmarkSplCtdt
Arwrlol Spc l Cable Cab Dlpatck Dlpacl lo o Tnt J KCW KCWCOPENHAGEN SUI SVcCornnaaar
COPENHAGEN COPEUAOE May M King Haakon and andQueen andQuen andQueen
Queen Quen Maud of Norway passed pssd through throughthis
this city cty today en route to Paris They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were received recive at tho railway riway station staton by byKing byKing byKing
King Frederick Frederok King Hoakons lIakons father fatherOnlookers fatherOnlookers fatherOnlookers
Onlookers among the courtiers courters present p ent tell telltho tel tellthe
the following funny story etor of the conversa conversation Cner8 conversation ¬
tion between the two tw monarchs monarchsNow monarchsNow
btwentbe monarcs monarcsNow
Now Haakorr Har said sid King Frederick Frederickhow
how do you like lk being bing a King KingI Kng Kngwi
I will wi rather ask you replied replie Haakon HaakonIve HaskouIve HankonIve
Ive been a King longer than
Ive bn Kng you youKing youKng youKing
King Kng Frederick Freerick succeeded suced to the throne throneof
of Denmark Denmrk upon the death deth of his hs father fatherKing fatherKng fatherKing
King Kng Christian Cbratan on January Janur M a 1006 10 while whileHaakon whie whieHakon whileHaikon
Haakon Hakon was wa wg elected elee King of Norway by bythe
the Storthing on November Novembr IN 1905 1905LVOV 105 105fXIN i o oUNION
Management Ianalenlet Notifies Netne Miner tlcn That Tat ISO o Union Unionmil CnlonI Unionlli
mil I lli He le Tolerated ToleratedROCK ToleratedlOCI ToleratedRocK
ROCK lOCI SPRINGS Wyo May 58 The col collieries collieries colherbs ¬
lieries of the Union Pacific Pacito Coal Cl Company Companywhich Compn Compnwhloh Companywhich
which supply the railroad rairo and all towns townsalong townaalong townsalong
along it its line lne from Salt Bit Lake Lke to Omaha Omahawere Omahawer Omahawere
were wer closed close last night arid ald more than thn 2000 2000miners 2OU 2OUminers 2000minors
miners are Idle IdleThe Ide IdeThe IdleThe
The cause cue WB was the organization organiztion of five fivelodges Ihelodge fivelodges
lodges lodge of the United Mine Workers The Thecoal Thecoal Thecoal
coal company oompny has ha noUted notified Its la men that no nounion nounion nounion
union men will wi be employed by It and the the1O
1400 1O who have Joined tho union have been beenordered hen henor beenor
ordered or ered to leave leve it or leave I vo the company companyhousoe compny compnyhous companyhouses
houses hous which whuicbthey they occupy occupyTEiS OUP OUPTEtS occupyTEXtS
TEXtS TORNADO KILLS InLS 13 13UaJf 11Uar 13half
half Uar a Hundred lundre Others Ote Injured Injure and KIOO KIOOOOU 810
OOU 0 Worth of Properly PoPt Dcitrojed DcitrojedDiULls nestroet fleatroedDauas
DiULls DJL5 Tex May My 16 Thirteen Thlrt en dead deadtwentytwo dudtwentytwo deadtwentytwo
twentytwo badly bdly injured nearly half a ahundred ahundrd ahundred
hundred hundrd suffering lrerng outs or bruises brulRsand brulRsandmore and andmore andmore
more than 100000 100 worth worb of property de destroyed deItroyed destroyed ¬
stroyed Is latherul istheresult the rejult of last latt nights tornadoes tornadoesin tornado
in north nrth Texas TexasThe TunThe TeaseThe
The worst wort work of the storm was 18 wa at and andnear andnMr andnear
near Will Wii Point The dead at Dt that place placeare placear
are ar Mr Mr T C Douglass Doufla Jars Jar Douglas S Syears I SycaA
years rer6 old odi Ella Ela MoClellan olelsn 3 years eara old and andMamie andl andMamle
Mamie l mlo Brlslndlne 1rlilndn 18 year yer old Nineteen Nineteendwelling llneteen llneteendwelnSI bineteendwellings
dwelling dwelnSI were or demolished demolishedAt dlmolahed dlmolahedAt
At Martins Marin Mills MUl three thre negroes ne oel were werekilled werekied werekilled
killed kied and pd Andrew Martin Marin and his wife wifewere wie wiewert wifewet
were badly bdly hurt hurtAt hurtAt hurtAt
At Emer Emery the county coun s seat at of Rain Raincounty Rainloounty Rainscounty
county twenty cabins occupied by negroes negroeswere negr negroeswere s ser
were er blown to piece piel The Te dead at Emery Emeryare
are Walter Water Martin Nartn Mr lrs r Mary Ma Burkyalter BurkyalterQeprg BurkyaJer BurkyaJerQeril BurkyalterQeprg
Qeprg Qeril A Avery very and three unknown Innown negroes negroesSOVVENIR naroes naroesSnUE negroesSOUIENIR
He Pinched Je Pince a Gold HMeh tlh From F Dill 01 Fajeni FajeniLocker FarenlLlke FacessLocket
Llke Locker on the Ohio OhioBill OhioDi OhioBill
Bill Di Fagen A B aboard abard the United Unied State Statebattleship Statnballehlp Statesbattleship
battleship ballehlp Ohio saw lW a man paying con conslderable consider coniider4bie
slderable sider bl attention It nton to hi his locker lckar yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon uteray uterayafternoon
afternoon The Te man was W8 Joseph Wilton Wiltonwho Wlln Wllnwho Vilsonwho
who says ho bala is s a bookbinder bokbinder living lving at 107 1U7Washington 107Wahlnglon 107Vaihington
Washington Wahlnglon street Brooklyn Br okln Wilson Wlaon was wasone 18 18one wasone
one of many that went out to visit I lt the Ohio Ohiowhich Ohiowblc Ohiowhich
which lay la In the North River off ol o Ninety Ninetyninth Ninetyninth Inetyninth
wblc ninth street atreet When hen en Wilton Wlln ileon had finished finishedpaying Ilnfshe finishedpsying
paying tttmion Ilention to Sailor aalor F Falen Fagena gens locker lockerth loce
th plynl the tar decided decldt to look lok it over 011 himself himselfHe hlmaJ
He found that tha hi his gold watch was WA gone goneFagen goneFagen one oneraaen
1e Fagen wan W detailed dttl d to launch duty and It Itfo itso
fo happened that tht he had to help hel manipulate manipulatethe manlllate manlllatethe
10 the launch that tha took tok Wlaon llson ashore When Whenthe Vhi Vhishe h hthe
the launch reached the dock at a Ninety Ninetyslkth Ninetyiisth InetyAbth
slkth street Fagen appealed apfala to t Policeman PolicemanEtehalli Polceman PolcemanEtebUI PolicemanEtebails
Etehalli who ho was u on duty there Th The cop copuarche copsearched I Isearched
searched uarche EtebUI Wilson lln and found th tl the watch watchThen atci I IThen
Then he took Wilton Wln Ilion to the tlj West Iat 100th 100thstreet lOtb lOtbtrut 100thstreet
street police station tltlon and locked him up on a acharge acharge I Icha
charge a plee of grand IAnd larceny lacen A B Fagen having havingeatltned hving havinsatisfied
satisfied utlafe the police ploe that the watch was worth worthmorn worthmorn wort wortnuore I
morn than I J25 J25Wilson 12 12Wilan S2Vilson
Wilson said ald he h had no Intention Inlnton of steal stealIng sttl sttlIn stealIng
Wilan and merely picked the watch watchup
Ing In anything anthllg i iup I Ilp
up lp < fin n a souvenir lulnlr He wnt 8 pcker locked up II just Justthe i itlio I
the same IDl i iIN I1en
IN 1en en r law 11 Hart lal Memorial 0 rmorlal IU > Sports ftportiTOPEKA 6prt 6prtTOPK SportsToraxa I
TOPEKA TOPK Kun May J6 2600v Oov Hoch Hoh hss hssIssued ha hseIssued
Issued IfUM a Memorial Iemorla Day proclamation He Hecall liecalls I Itall
call tall attention attenton to the law 11 enacted at tho tholast thoII0n tholast
last session II0n making maklD it a misdemeanor mladelt alor to tohold tohold tohold
hold any an carnival crival circus parade prade boll hal game gamehorse amo amoborso i ihorso
horse racing or any py other ot lr fportltijr Iprtlnj enter enterialnmenl ontertalnmfIL notertainmeint
ialnmenl talnmfIL rcng In 11 public publo on May 11 Ms SO s The Th law lawwa lawwas > Ia
wa a poiwed at a the solicitation Ii0tal01 of Capt apl P H HConey I IlConny I
Coney then deportment commander of the theU tueGALL
U GALL A B n > dertment I
1rmDEER oCf oCfter
ather ter Catpar itinerant Ulcant Armenian AnuMan Pr Prably t tohi > >
ohi 11 ably > the te VlcUni of Talevim OTteUI Auoc AoctatL AoctatLV atti attiVhe atsTh
Vhe V Th Boxed Boe Him tlm Up v SI1 Still Aflve Un ana aU Ie IeHim Lefilm
Him HII film ai a Pledge P dce for Unpaid Vnpalloom Vnpaidfoom Boom Rent RentHenry R ftDthenry nt ntlonry
Henry lonry Schemer Sherr a German G rl living Ivln on 0 0tbl the tiwthird thethird
third tbl floor Ir of 0 a red brick bric tenement tOQeent t at 8fl 8flWest 31Vest j jWet
West Wet Thirtyseventh Tlrysonth street 6tret in a blooi blooiwhere b btocwher oo oowher
where wher murders muer are common lomm thought tborj tborjwas the thewas tbarwas
was a dead ded cat ID tim room rm of two twe QreoV QreoVor Qrel Qre k kor
or Armenian Armeian lodgers logers who bad Jup jumpedtheIr Jumped Jumpedtheir
their rent rnt bill bi on Wednesday Wen ay land 18 El ElInvestigated B BInvestigated J JInv
Investigated Inv tgote and in a trunk tru which whle they theyhad l0i l0ihad theybad
had left lef behind behin he found fOlnd the body byof byofman of elman A Aman
man with wih priestly garments aarents piled pie over ovor ft ftJohn ItJohn t tJohn
John Koranllltan lfln an Armenian Armenlanwhot who wholi wholitrustee U a atrustee
trustee trte of the Holy Cross CO Apostolic Apostolo Church Churchin C1r
in West Wet Hoboken Hobken identified Identlte the body by as that thatof
of Father Caspar Clpr Haran Ha an Itinerant Itler nt priest priestof priet pnIesof f fof
of the Armenian Armnia branch brnch of tho Orthodox OrthodoxGreek Oro OtthodoGreek oJ
Greek Grek Church Chur who U I well we1 known In lole the thaArmenian theArmenian
Armenian quarter lutor of West Hoboken After Afterinyoetlgstion Ael Mteilnyeetigaion
inyoetlgstion InvetgaUon the police plc Bald ae that the priest prioststill pOt pOtti priesttill
still ti till alive alve was WI jut Qut In the trunk some me tlmrf tlmrflast tD thallast
last Wednesday Weneay probably prbbly after ate having havingbeen havln havlnbeen vlt
been ben drugged druge They Te have 11ve ecnt ent out an analarm a aalar analarm
alarm alar for Schemers SherrerB two lodgers loger and an for forthird s sthird > i ithi
third thi man manWhen p1n p1nWhen manWhen <
When the German householder hoholderme householdermade made hi hifind bl bit bitfind
find fnd he raced rced down fo the West Wot Thirty Thirtyseventh thittydseventh h hseventh
seventh street strt station etllon and notified nolfeito nolfeitopolc the thopolice thepollce
police polc that murder mlrder had Jld been ben done in hid hidflat hJ hJfat tjJflat
flat fat Six detectives detotves under Capt Cpt Stephen StephenOBrien StephenOBrien StephenOBrien
OBrien of the precinct prelno went around ound at atolC atolCad once oncaand onceand
and ad later Coroner Aorltelli orltcl and ad Assistant AssistantDistrict Aul AsalstanDistrict t
District Ditrict Attorney Manley arrived aro to tt take takacharge takecharge
charge cge of the investigation investigationTlw Inetgatln InetgatlnThe
The officers ofor6 found doubled double Into the thanarrow th thenarrow
narrow Irow space spac of ofan an old cheap trunkthe trunk the body bodyof b01 b01or bod bodof
of a man of about 60 t years yrl of age scantily scantilfdressed Intl Intldrled scantilydressed
dressed drled In underclothes only and in an ad advanoed a advance4
vanoed van0 stage of decomposition decompositionThe decomposlton decomposltonThe
The body boy was bent bnt over so that tht the bald baldhead blc baldhead
head of the man was tucked down botweqn botweqnthe
the knees and the arms ars were looped loopl about aboutthe abouthe aboutthe
the legs Piled Pled over the corpse oorpE were three threecoats th threecoats
coats of clerical cericl cut two pairs pls of cheap cheapshoes qhap qhapIhOlle qheapshoes
shoes a clerical clericl collar collr and a round soft softhat softhat I Ihat
hat suoh as 8 priests of the th Catholic and andGreek aQdOrk apdGreek
Greek Ork communion wear About one wri wrist wristthere t tthere
w8 w8there
there hung a celluloid cluloid cuffns CUIfB If left there thereIn thr
In a hurried stripping of the body bodyThe bodyThe bodyThe
The body boy was lifted lted from the trunk tun and andunderneath andundereth andunderneath
underneath undereth it WAD WAi wa an empty silk Ilk money moneybag mon moneybag
bag bg designed to he worn on a cord about aboutthe Ibou Ibouthe aboutthe
the neck nck Those Tho who bo knew knw the priest told toldthe t toldthe ld ldtbe
the detectives last night nght that the dead man manwas nn nnwns manwas
was In the habit of carrying carlng his money moneyabout mony monyabout moneyabout
about with him In this pouch and that 1lt an anlately a asIatelyae
lately latel Iatelyae as 8 two weeks wooksagoa Ieks agoa Urge largecontrihuton largecontrihutonwa largecontrihution largecontrihutionwas contribution contributionwas
was wa given t9 him by the Holy Ctowi Church Churchin ChUoh ChUohIn
in West Hoboken In the absence ab nc of other otherapparent otherapparnt otherapparent
apparent motives motves the police poIOlllnttrpreted interpreted the thepresence theprence thepresence
presence prence of this empty money bag to Indi Indicate ludlct mdlcato ¬
cato ct that tqt the tho priest hid been ben murdered murderedfor muderd muderdror murdepadfor
for his money moneyOther moneyOtlcr moneyOther
Other Otlcr things found In the trunk and andabout andabout andabout
about the room helped the detectives dtttvesto dtttvestopiece to topiece topiece
piece together tgether a groundwork for a worfc worfcIng wor worIng worllag
Ing basis bAls Underneath Underneat the body they theyfound tbeyfound theyfound
found a meal ticket unpunched with wl the thonamsofS th thenarnsof8Ernoyion
namsofS nms narnsof8Ernoyion ofS Ernoyion Ernoyon Brosrestaurant BI Brosrestaurantaoross Brosrestaurantaorossthe rstaurant acres acresthe ol
the face of it i and the address 12022 Hal Halstead Ha Halstead
stead street stret West Wet Pul Pullman mat Chicago ChicagoIn Chicao ChicaoIn
In the fireplace frepbce the sleuths dl discovered dllcoverd a abundle abundle abundle
bundle of soiled loled letters lelerll written writen In Armenian Armenianand Amnan Amnanad Armnlanand
and ad Turkey TurkeyOn TurkevOn dated dote from rein some place in Asiatic AsiaticTurkey AItc AItcTurkev AaitIoTurkey
On tho Inside face of the trunks cover coverwritten coerriltn covertwritten
written riltn as If by a salesmans sleman heavy h avy crayon crayonwas
was aB the th name Paul Sarcasand Srcuon above thU thUin thl thlIn thuin
in Armenian script was the name nme SarU SarUKrmajian sark1Ermajian rl
Krmajian KrmajianIt Ermajiat
It I was W an old style trunk strapped Btrsppd about abouthe aboutthe bo
the middle with a heavy band and Ind worn wornalmost wor wornalmost
almost to decay decy at the corners cornersPaul oorneraPaul cornersPaul
Paul Scream Saras tho name nlme on Oi the trunk trunkvra tfuk tfukwa
vra wa was the name n5n0 of one of the lodgers who whohad who whohad whohad
had left the room some time last Wednes Wednesday Wedne Wedneaday ¬
day night The other lodger EO the th police policeascertained j policeascertained oe oeasclrtalnCd
ascertained asclrtalnCd In the evening was WIS John Gar Garnonian Garnonian Oarnonian
nonian The detectives said last lalt night nightthat nalt naltthat nightthat
that they knew where to find Int these the two twomtnbut twomm
mtnbut mm but had not yet been ahln to get their theirhands thei theirbands
hands on n them themHenry thmHenr themHenry
Henry Henr Scherror Scherrr and his hil wife gave the thadetectives thedetetve thedetectives
detectives detetve the first fnt elites oue they had to work workon
on Schemer Sherrr rents a n ii six rlx room rm flat fat on the thothird tbethir thethird
third thir floor for of the tenement tlemtnt at S33 8 Next Nextdoor Ne Nextdoor
door dor to his hil house houle in 1 the Criterion Crteron Club Clubcaf Cub Cubclf CJubcaf
caf d a negro negr girl was murdered and robbed robbedfour rbbe robbedfour
four fOlr years YNrago ago Right Rgbt down d wn the street streetat aert aertat
at 347 3i Fred F James Jam was U shot 110t and nd killed kle oply onlySaturday oplySsturdy oplySiturday
Hells Kitchen calls this thisrow thisTOW
Saturday Ssturdy night Uels Kleben cli tbl
row of tenements tenementl Murdeiers Mur llel Block BlockThree liockThree IockThr
Three Thr weeks welks a ao go last Wednesday WeOy Schemer Schorrerlet 6borer 6borerlet
let the front room rom of his flat fu on the em emtide eit eitelce eastjde
tide elce to two men Greeks or Armenian Armenianhe Arpnlatl
he did not know which 1 Ch One of these theselodgers theselodgers theelodgers
lodgers Mid fld that he syPatirca Palrcu and andthat n s4 s4that
that h hI he was Joint ownerMa owner a restaurant reetiurtntsomewhere fltaur restaurantsomewhere Dt Dt60mewher
somewhere 60mewher on West Wft Fortieth Foreth street The Theother Theother Theother
other answered to the name of John bil bin binait bielast
last name Dme was A too long for the German Ge n to toattempt toattempt o oattempt
attempt to remember rmember The two lodgers lodgerspaid lodgepaid lodgersraid
paid their th lr 13 a a week wek In advance adanc for their Unlrrom theiroom theirroom
room rom and came cDle and went each morning morningand mrnc mrncand
and evening without wthout exciting ectnf comment commentamong ommet ommetamong commentamong
among their neighbors neighborsA nlgbbt
A frequent rrfuent visitor ator at the room rom of th the two twornrn twomrn twotarn
tarn mrn was wa Father Caspar Cpa so 1 cud th the two twoScherrere twoSohrnn twoSchrrra
Scherrere Sohrnn yesterday and other lodgers lodgersn lodlm lodlmIn
In n the same tenement said sid that they a also allohad alsohad r ri >
had i d seen the gray gay bearded bardd priest prnt passing psslnnn palnr
In n and out of the house houf teveraltfm fevtl evenal 1m times Both Bothmen 10th 10thmen bothmets
men In the front rood rooi seemed ame to be b devout dvoutChristians dvootCnrstan devoutChrlstltnuan4
Christians Cnrstan Chrlstltnuan4 an < the visits vlals of the priest pren were weretaken wer weretaken
taken by th the ungodly community to moan moanthat mol meanthat
that tbatthey they were church workers workersAt
At far llr as 8 the police polO Information Inormaton carried carriedlast crre crrelut carnie4last
last night Father FathnCaspar Caspir was Wa a pritM prw with without wlh wlhout without ¬
out n I parish prah who ho fulfilled rulfled a wandering wanderingminion wndenq5 wande1ngmission
minion In New York Hoboken and other othernearby othernearby
nearby nerb Jersey cities cites baptizing baptlrng and marry marrying mr mirrying oter oternerb ¬
ing her be and there wherever hereve his nrrlc nrrlcwer MmC MmCwer serricewere
wer needed In many of the th churches churcheswhere ehl1ch ehl1chwhere churcheswhere
where he preached prNche pcclal collections colectlo were weretaken weT weetoken
token up for him and he never lacked laclec for formoney forInony formoney
money Inony The preemption pruumpton Is II that he visltethe < litte4 litte4the llld llldthe
the two men In Murderers Iurderer Block Blo through throughfriendship Ihrouabfrlnd6hlp throughfriendship
friendship frlnd6hlp more than th n any Impulse Irpulr of duty dutyThree dutyThr dutyThree
Three Thr time within wihIn the th three tbre weeks II that thatSarcasnnd thatSarn thatSarccrs
Sarcasnnd Sarn Sarccrs and his companionved companion fred ed lnScherr In Sherrsr Sherrsrroom Seherrers Seherrersroom r rroom
room the priezt stayed Inc all al night Mrs MrsKcherrer MeScherrer Irl
Kcherrer fherrr MW rw him going In the tbt room rom late lateTuesday lateTIt lateTuesday
Tuesday TIt a night Ilghtl and found Cnlnellhat that a cot ct had been beenmade bt beenmade
made up for him in ann oo corner rJlor cornorot of the room roomTho roomTho roomThe
The Tho last tUna tmn that thin th prioM prr 1 wal woe a t teen + tn n in intho InIhe tohue
hue company oomplY of cither citlr of tho Iwo men wa waabout wa waj wajabout
about abut H oclock ncok on Wednesday WChICcl morning morningwhon mornlnJ morningwhen
when whlo ho enlonvl ntfrf1 tli this houwj hOIH with Ith tares taresShortly areas areasShortly ra
Shortly Bhort aftr arfr after > r that limn a 1 man tltn alto ho kosp kopl a afchop abop ashop
bop aC11 across cro s the troet ttot MW IW the pne priest t and andHarras andBrra andSarrai
Harras Brra leave Ilavo the tbl IIIIIIBO hllN together tngethcrThat tnJethlr tnJethlrThat togetherThat
That wntho was lIce mat Ilt Urns Umtthal hat Father Casper CasparVIM CararIn
VIM von In alin Bomu 10 lime tme thut uftcrnooo ufernooo

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