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The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, May 27, 1907, Image 12

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ceremony Wi w the annual military fl flDi flel flelxnigg < ld ldmils
Di mils s that w waa celebrated yesterday In t topen the theopen U Uopen
open air upon up n tho parade ground of t tDivr the theDavy tq
q Davy yard In Brooklyn Never bete betere befomere dore doreere
mere ere re there BO o many pcr peraon on gathered gatheredthat In Intnllt
that borough b for a ceremony of f that nntnd natrj natrjAnd nat re reInd
And nd cover wa wall great crowd more order ordorlThe oorIS orderThe
S The number n that attended or tried triedattend to toattend I Iattend
attend was about SCOOO OO3 In epllo of t tample the theamplo 1 1mpa
ample mpa proportions of the parade groum groumthousands groundI grounds groundsthouaands
I thousands who ho went to the celebration celcbratlwere celebrationwete celebraticwere
+ were unable to get Into the enclosure enclosurepacked 80 80paokej i i1r
fe fei 1r packed tvas va It with soldier sailora ar armembers and andr anr
r r members of military and clvlo bodies wl wlwere who whowore w1Wore
wore the guests of tho Gloucester Nat NatCamp Naval NavalCamp NayCamp
Camp No No6 6 of the United Ul ted Spanish Ipal Bb W WVeterans War WarVeterAns WiVetorua
Veterans Scores upon scores Htood 01aide 01 out outr
r 0 aide ald thn th fence looking through tho bars bnrthe at attbe i iI
I the spectacle until the mass was flnlehncl flnlehnclAlthough finlshe1Although flnIehaiAlthough
Although there were ero hundreds of police polkmen policemen
men In uniform to keep k p tfie t e crowd In ord ordthere order orderth ordithere
4 there th re wai no confusion or disorder of ai aikind any anyI ankind
I kind Two fakers wr w p circulated emoi emoithe among amongtb amorI
I the tb orowd colling bogus programmes we wequickly were werequlokly weiquickly
quickly nabbod by the bluccoats ni nilocked and andto anr
r locked to kM up In a nearby station but bu few fewth rrowof rrowofiU fewthe
iU th spectator knew about the incidentAlthough Incident IncidentAlthough IncidentAlthough
Although the atmosphere waa raw aicold ai and andcold ancold
cold the crowd began eian to arrive as early earlye 811 811e
e oclock o look By 10 O the hour set for tl tlrnasa the thetnA8ll ti tii
i rnasa there was wa1tttte f little standing room i ithe on onthe c
1 the grounds and hundreds were still poll polling pouring poullag
ing In through the sally port on Flushii Flushiiavenue FIuairaxentie < IIIMlng IIIMlngavlmu8
avlmu8 avenue and the th Bovcrsl Iollvr 1 private entranc entrancwhich entranwhich entrancch1th
which were guarded by sentinels Com Corpany Conpany Company
pany after company arrived with band bantor bande bandeI
p or I > r drum borpe b rptl at their heads and took the thepUoes their theirpU0t8 thepLoes
pUoes In the th field at the northern end endrhlch enl endwhlch or orwhich
which the altar had been erected erectedIn
In splto of the th dark clouds and the win wlrthat wind windthatpreMged winthtpreaaged
that thatpreMged presaged rain the ecens eo me was a moot e elivening en enlivening ei
i livening one There were veterans veteransevera i itaveral or oreeral
taveral evera warA In the line and thero we wemilitiamen were weremUltlamen waymilitiamen
militiamen and firemen too in the ini 1m 1mi in hrnense
i roenss body that occupied tho open spai spaibefbre pace paceJj pac pacbefore
Jj before bef re the altar al 1r To the south was tlatand tl the thei thatand
i atand reserved re erved for the officers of the yen yenand yaiand yard yardi
i I and their guests gU stl while tho balconies balcol os of tlbarracks the thebarracks tl liiI
i I < barracks back of the altar were crowd crowdtt crodedto <
i F tt t > their limit The whole field includirthe Including Includingf includinthe
f it itI the barracks the altar al lr and the officer officerstand officersf oftIcernatand
f I stand wa WIU w decorated with flags and ban hatnsrs bant
1 nets the national colors predomlimtlnHere predominating
Here H re and there looped up with them weithe wei were werethe weri
i 0 the emblems of the various bodies tnkir tnkirpart taking takingt takinpart
t I part papal ftags taga age and the green emblems emblemsIreland or orIi r rIreland <
Ii Ireland The altar was almost completecovered complete complelelyiii comploteloovered
iii oovered with flowers and the natioru natiorucolors na nationaoelora tlolIII I Icolors
colors and on the Bides were many man mlnli mlnliture IIIlnlaIf ininiatue
If ture cannon and brass mortars mortarsAmong murtiISAmong mortarsAmong
Among the troops under arm partlci partlcipaling parlicipating 1 1patlng
paling in the service were a detachment detachmerof
t i F of the Twelfth Regiment United State StateInfantry SlatesInfantry StateInfantry
Infantry tindor the command of Col Lowl LcwiC Lcwlllr
r 0 Allen Vnlted States marines from th thBro6klyn the theDro thBrooklyn
Brooklyn Dro kyn navy nav yard and from all th thships the thebips thik
k ships in these the waters bluejacket severe sovcnihundred several severalhundrd severehundred
hundred strong the Sixtyninth Regi Regirtient RflldI
w I rtient under the command of Col Ed Edward EdwardDutf EdwarDuffy wan wanDuffy
Duffy Dutf two companies of tine Fourteenth FourteenthRegiment FourteentiRegiment
1 Regiment National Guard Capt Phllli PhllliGuToe Phillip PhillipOulne PhiilijGuice
GuToe commanding two companies of th thFortysevonth the theI
a I Fortysevonth tinder Capt Snyder th the theI thI
I Second 6 cond Navnl Battnlion arid the First Flr t am antt amSecond and andSeoond
t Second Regiment of Irish Voluntecr VoluntecrThe VolunteeraThe olllnteerThe
The Sixtyrtfth ReBim floglmnt nt of Royal lime limeofMontreal JUnet RifleiofMontreai
t ofMontreal and the Royal Irish Fusilier Fusilierstationed FUllIIers8tatloneod Fusiliernatationed
stationed at Halifax Nova ova Scotia as wp wpfts well wellas welas
< as thn militia of sev several ral other States Slat on wen wenreprpsentert weret wonrereented
t reprpsentert among the troops troopsTwo troopflTwo troopsfl
fl Two organizations that drew particular particulaiattention I Ii
i 4 attention were the Hebrew veterans o othe or orJ
i J 1 > the civil war and thn Hebrew veteran veteranof veteransof ettrltllSf
f of the th SpanishAmerican war Them won wonalto wpret wrtt
t alto representatives repre Enlatlves of the Pokin relic relicexpedition reliefexpedJtlon reilolorpedilAon
expedition and the RuusoJapanree waithere war warr
r there More than two hundred members mcmbenof
of the th Fire Department Dep rtmlnt marched into the thigrounds thegroundl thrI
grounds under the command of five batlnl battalion batlnlion baUalIon
I ion chiefs and there t were scores of police policemen pollcef poliremen
f men not in uniform who assisted In the theservice thef theevloo
f service The police hand was also al o a oonIIpicuou8 conixpictious con corvuplcuous
uplcuous feature of the parade Then Thentoo Thentoo Thentoo
too there were the Catholic Boys NavalBrigade Naval NavalBrigade NavalBrigade
Brigade In their tb lr bright uniforms withCol with wilhCol withCol
Col W J Crawford commanding nnd th thLoughlln the theI theLoughlin
Loughlin Battalion with Major John L LMore 1 1More 1iIore
I More at the head The Leo L < o Battalion Dattnlloralso Battalionalso Battalionalao
also participated all three organization organtzationaacting organl7atJotlAacting
1 acting ae guard for the Ancient Order ol olHibernians or orHlb ofHibernian
Hibernian HiberniansAmong Hlb HibernianAmong rnlan rnlanAmong
Among those directly participating In Inthe Inthe inthe
the service were many organizations ol olw6men orW ofwOmen
wOmen W meD including the Margaret Chldwick ChldwickAuxiliary Chid hidwickAuxiliary wick I
Auxiliary of Spanish War Veterans theLadles theLadles the timeLadies
Ladles Catholic Benevolent Legion the theLadles theLadIH theS
Ladles Catholic Benevolent Association Associationand
S and the Daughtera of Isabella The Com Companions Companions Cornpantone
panions of the ForeM another large orderof order ordetof orderI
of women who are allied to the Forester Foresterwa
I wa also well ell represented na were Iro the thevarious theVriOU8 thevrious
various Irish county societies of tho greateicity greater greaterI greatercity
city Col Paul Saint Clair Murphy furph com cornmandant I Imandant
1 mandant of tho Iniled States HtJlt Marine Marinei
i battalion attached to tho navy yard ard was wasIn w181n weeIn
In command of all the forces that partlci partlciI
I pated in the mat matIt mniIt mnsIt
It was soon after 10 0 clock when the thecelebrant thecelebrlnt timecelebrant
celebrant of tho mass In 11M the Rev Re Father Fatheri
i William Henry Ironside Reaney Chaplain Chaplainof
of the navy and the priests who were to toattlst toaslit toasaiit
attlst him marched from I the IIP office of the theMllyport th thsallyport thesliyport
Mllyport across the th field to tho altar All Allwore Allore Allf
f wore ore gorgeous or our vetment tI mntR Tho uniformed uniformedcorps unifonnec1I
I corps of the Knights KI r ta of CoUimbun acted actf ai aiguard Allt asguard
t guard of honor Thev T They were under the th com command comI ¬
I i mand of Col John E ClalTy Beside B ldla the thei theuniformed
i uniformed corps of the Knights it was waiMid wasI wassaid
Mid that more than 3000 OOO member of thep the theorder theorder
I order were In attendance attendanceThs attendanllf
f The great crowd heard In silence the thepriest Ihtt thepriest
priest sing the mass aided by a choir under undeiths underI underLhe
t ths ha direction of Prof Albert Caswell who whoalthough whoalthough whoalthough
I although not ft Catholic himself devote devotef
f his time and talent every evtf year ear to the mill millI mliitary
I try t field mass without comp comjlftnJatJon comjlftnJatJont n ation ationTh
Th choir f ang > the solemn music with withExcellent withdXoellent withdxoetient
t Excellent effect etf many professional singers singeriadding singersadding ngerll ngerlladdln
adding their Voices to the harmony harmonyThere barmonyThel harmonyThere
There was no such Incident a at happened happenedat
i at the military mlllt mass last year when hen a asudden auddfn aauddea
> sudden shower onmn O tntl up and compelled compelledthousand compelledl compelledthousands
thousand of spectator to stek 8tc shelter shelterAt
l f At A that storm lncre IDOItAud ftt > d In violence > ft thewhole the thewhole tbef
whole scenn was W hidden by an aqueous aqupoucurtain OqUfOURourtJn aqueouscurtain
f curtain Nevertheless the celebrant and andhi anrlhI andhis
hi his Attlstsnls continued tho maw until untilthe untilI untilthe
the end Hundred and hundreds of those thosesting thosept1lo1pattng thosei
pt1lo1pattng sting including the choir and alarge a aarea ar
I r i area Jart number of women alt > remained remainedbtihfe remainb remaInedbol <
btihfe b bol lnk drenched dren hlc1 to the th skin Boores of offeminine orI offernirdni
I feminine ram1 1n costumes were ruined and th thhixxltome the thehtlKtome thehrmc1som
> hixxltome vestment worn by the priests priestswere prlesllwere priestswere
were mad useless by the soaking they sot gotAmong sotAmong ItotAmonjt
Among those who assisted at the ceremony cere ceremony careI ¬
I mony yesterday with the celebrant were werePathen wereFatbflr wereFather
Father Chldwick who was the ChaplaIn ChaplaInI
I of the th Mai Maine DP when she was blown up In the theharbor theha thebrber
harbor ha or of Havana and Father John Nh NhM Nashbf
M Brooklyn At the Elevation of th the Host Hottthe HoattM Hostthe
the signal ljpI w Wl given and all the armed armedtroop Armedtroops armedtrooDs
troop presented arms No salute was wasBred wasflred llallfted
Bred however Th The uniformed oorr corps of ofhe ofhe ofhe
he Knight Rnlithtll of Columbus knelt at tm this Im Imprestlve Impreasive
prestlve point of the ceremony ceremonyFather ceremonyc
c Prr Father llO llOnoit Reaney noit mane a snort rt address add in inwhich Inhleh inI
I which he praised and thanked thank < 1 the pro proJeotor pNljeotora peoI
I Jeotor eotors of the th military field ro mass for tbeir theirdrrotlon tbeirsotJon
11 l 1 drrotlon to religion reI 111 on He grew flotIuentI eloquent eloquentwhfcn
I r when he talked about the American Am r1n flag flagWhn nagWhfln flagI
I When the service wa was finished the troops troopsjuraded troopsI troopsiV
I iV juraded radld before hetorethe the altar on their way wa out outtun OlltI cut cutLos
I Los dully sammy jiy fnnv PI U iii h it fiirliy n liy harrow exit f11 but buttt outte ut utl
l tt t1e thousands who were thero managedto managed
I to squeeze through It before b ore the rain began beganSome beganSme beganSme
Sme of tho troops Including the Naval NavalPoit NavalI NavelPost
I Post of the > Orand Army Ann accompanied accompaniedFather aooomflllnlNFAther accompaniedFather
Father Roaney RMnt to the naval cemetery cemeterya motH motHI
I a few block I from the parade gmuncIwhere ground groundwhero groundI
where a i special nervicn according to the therites tberiles theI
I I rites of th the Oranrt Army took pl place ce In Inhonor Ini inhonor
i honor of tIm sailors buried there Homoof Homo iQmnof mc mcof
of the flowers IIMX IIMI to o dooornto the titter nltnrat altflrat titterat
at the military miuw were ttkcn to thin thinoem Ihl Ihloeneun thimOnmetli
oem oeneun tar > and nd plnco < i ti upon > on thp Ih ho nravcs of ofthe ofhe Oftheveteran
the theveteran he veteran lte 1in rullom Tho remainder of time thnflower Ihntlowera timeflewere
flower walt distributed among the other othercemeteries othrcemeterire othercemeteries
cemeteries cemeteriesThe
The micorts of them celebration and the IhnimoothooM IhArnoCtholM thetmootiioo
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broatht no z end of good go d worM wordfieratubtion OTdI Ant afl eon eongratulation co cogritulations
eratubtion to Lieut John F Dwyer Dwyerthe D Dwyerthe r ot ottbe
the Parkvllle police precinct He 1s Isveteran 1sveteran a aveteran
veteran of the SpanishAmerican Bpanl hAmerlcan w whaving we wehavlngobtainedaloavoof Ar Arhavln
having havln havlngobtainedaloavoof obtained a loavo of absence to onll onlland enlist enlistand enlimand
and from all the tales his friends tell tellgave be begave I Igave
gave a good account of himself In the field fieldUeut fJeldLieut fieldLdeut
Ueut Dwyer is a member of Jloucoel UioueeetNaval Gloucester GloucesterNaval JloucoelNaval
Naval Camp No 5 I which gave the ce cebratlon cele celebration cal calbration
bration and ana the universal testimony testimonythe ot ottbe
the members Is that Dwyer made a con ooiplete oomplete conplete
plete success Bu00f 81 of It For month he baa bo boworking boen boenworking h hworking
working In his off hours perfecting ti tidetaiis tl tldetailsInviting tho thodetallll
detailsInviting detallll Inviting organizations to be preeeand preee present presentand presenand
and mapping out arrangements that ma maIt made madeIt manIt
It possible to handle band Ie tile > crowd wltho wlthony without withoutIIny withoany
any ny confusion confusionSTAUBED co confusionSTI1IIJED nruslonSTWnED
STAUBED A 4 DOZEN TIMES TIMESMen TllIESIIlen TIIESIe
Men Ie He Befriended Hob Nev Roth Roel1l1l111 die Mi Miand II Miand n namI
and Leave Hint on RaIlroad TrackNBW Track TrarkNKw TracksNaw
NBW ROCHELIK N Y May 28 2 20Covere 20Coverewith Coven Covenwith Coveredwith
with dagger wounds inflicted upon hi hilast hIm hImlaat blilast
last night daRfer by men who robbed him atthen at and andthen anthen
then tried to kill him by placing his bo boon body bodyon hodon <
on the railroad tracks In front of an e epress ex expr088 apress
press train Pannatte Carmele a youi youiItalian young youngItalian younItalian
Italian Is lying at the point of death deaththe In Inthe I Ithe
the New Rochelle Hospital Two Italia Italiabtllevod ItAlians ItAliansb Italianbelieved
believed b to ImYS tma been b n implicated in tl tlcrime tho thocrlme th thcrime
crime are under arrest hero and the poll pollare poUQI poUQIare pollare
are looking for a I t third thirdThe thirdThe thirdTime
The priHOnersare prisoners are Charles Anglmler ar arFrank ami amiirank anFrank
Frank Ferranti of New York A dagg daggcovered daglter dagltercovered daggcovered
covered with blood was found in the thepossoMion their theirJlo88ell8lon thepossession
possession and they are said to be men morbora members menbore
bore of a Sicilian Black Hand band bandThe baneThe bandThe
The wounded man told the police toda todathat today todaythat tociathat
that he was on his way home Saturdtabout Saturdt Saturdy Saturdyabout Saturdaabout
about midnight when he met three Italians Itallaiwho Italianswho Italianwino
who said that they were strangers in NeRochello Ne NeRochello New NewRochelle
Rochello and asked him to get them lodgltfor lodging lodgingtor lodginfor
for the night Carmele replied that 1 1had he hebad Ii Iihad
had only a single room but if they wou wougo would wouldgo woulgo
go with Ith him to the home of n I relative 1 1would he hewould Ii Iiwould
would get them a 1 place to sleep The foiset foi tour tourtlet foupiet
set out together When hen they reached reacheddark reacheddark a adark
dark street In West New Rochelle th thstrangers the thetrangalii lbarangera
strangers suddenly seized Cornicle an andemanded and anddemanded anjdemanded
demanded his money
Traitors I exclaimed Carmele Th This Thll ThllIs Thlis
is the way you repay my kindnetsl l I Itore He Hetore B Btore
tore himself hlm elf free and seizing the revolver revolvwhich revolverwhlob revolvswhich
which one of them had placed to his boa hoad hoadopened boaopenod hoaopened
opened fire His assailants then closed closedon In Inon I Ion
on him with daggers and stabbed him in indozen indozen a adOten
dozen places Then after going throng thronghis throughhis throughis
his pockets and taking SID 10 and a watc watcthey watch watchthey watcthey
they began discussing plaits to conoetheir conoe conceal concealtheir conoextheir
their crimeThe crime crimeThe crimeThe
The night Is I very dark said one a aoordlne ac acoordlng according <
cording to Carmele We will drag him I Ithe to tothe I Ithe
the railroad and throw him on the tract tractand trackllI trackand
and tomorrow when his body is found foundwill fountiwilt It Itwill
I will be cut to pieces and his people wl wlnay will willIIlIY vi viinayhe
nay inayhe he was killed by a I train trainThe tralnThe trainhe
The he robbers then dragged the Ih bleedlr bleedlrman bleeding bleedingman hleedinmaim
man to the New Haven railroad Carmewas Carmel Cannllewas Carmelwee
was conscious hut he was WI rllO so weak froi froithe from fromthe frorthe
the loss of blood that he was unable I Iresist to torHIAt I Iresist
resist He pleaded with the outlaws Iremember to torememher I tremenmhsr
remember that he had befriended theiand thei thlmand therand
and not to kill him but they answered h hentreaties hili hilientreaties hi hientreaties
entreaties by giving him a 1 couple of extr extrJabs eltrajabs eatrjabs
Jabs with their daggers and nd threw him othe o otho on ontho
tho track trackDernonH trackDemonll trackDemons
Demons and traitors moaned Carmeli CarmeliBO
BO he says ay as the rufflajis nlm s ran away tli tlicurce the theI thcurse
I curse of my 01 blood is on your hands handsThe handllfThe ImandsThe
The cries of the bleeding man were over oveiheard overhClrd overheard
heard by n 1 man named Davis wholivranefi wholivranefithe who ilvee near nearthe neathe
the railroad tracks He removed Carmel Carmelfrom Clnnelefrom Carmelfrom
from the tracks and telephoned tole phoned to tho pollci pollciTon pollooTen policcTon
Ton minutes after Canticle was aII taken from frotthe fromthe fronthe
the tracks tho postal express bound fc toBoston fcBoston ror rorDOllton
Boston came alone aloneDetectives alonDtootlvCII
Detectives Fanolll and Policemen Dr Drvcatigh Dovl tieveaugli
vcatigh vl ugh and Buzzard found the suspects u poot i itho in intho in inthe
tho woods woodllin In West est New Kochello Kochellonor Rochelloj
nor nfl ninanns 1 IX v lIKED nocst nocstmil 110 IIfUSEiI1i f E Enm
mil lie Arraigned Today TlMla Charged Hit HitCoveting iIIICoeting lib libContinI
Coveting the Cltji nt 1Ig Wild lid FowlGeorge Fowl FowlGeorge owl owlOeorge
George Clinton 7 years old who lives a at atj al
784 j t Third avonuo and Joseph Tracey Traceyyears II IIytarB I Iyears
years old of 225 E Eant 8t Fortythird street Mreclwill IItreetwill streetwill
will be arraigned in the th Childrens Court Courithis Colirthis CourtIhlll
this morning on a charge of attempting t tsteal to to11I011 tc tcsteel
steal five big bl pelioans one Handbill crantwven crant crantfllen cranecoven
coven wild ducks three Canada geese OO t two twiArctic twoArcllc twcArctic
Arctic geese one noagull nnd evcntythrl nemcntythrtnpouter evcntythrlr eentythrtepouler <
pouter r > outer tumbler carrier and other kinds o ojigeons of ofplgcons 01 01pigeons
pigeons All of these are the property o ohe or ortht ni nithe
tht he city cltyand and are kept in the Central Park ParlTtonagerle Parkmenagerie Parkmenagerie
menagerie TtonagerleIt
It Is the usual u lIal thing thin It in the courts eourtlltc to charg chargi chargburglar <
a i burglar with tho larceny I of all the con conents contents contenta
tents of a building which he burglarized burglarizedind
and that is why these youngsters will bi biiharged be becharged bnharged
charged with trying to carry wild fownany fowl fowlman fowlmany
man many times their own weight weightJames weiGhtJamclI weightJames
James Coyle the night watchman in thi thinenagcrle thnmlnagerle thmenagerie
menagerie was inspecting the bear cage cagein cageson
on in n the hill about 9 oclock Saturday night nighlh nightwMn nightmehen
wMn h > n hn heard h rd a squawking t < among the thevild thewild theild
wild fowl in the he shelter house He found fottnrhat foundhat
hat one 01 of the lower panels in the door hacen had haelbe hadmeon
be > en < n foroad out leaving an opening ol olibout orlhout ofihout
ibout four by eight inches As he stood al alhe athe It Ittbfl
tbfl he opening the ducks quacked in alarm alarmho alarmtho
tho ho geese ec8e and pelicans hissed the cram cramicroeched cranoBcroeched cranenoroeched
icroeched and there was as a great fluttering flutteringf
or > f wings wingsHey wingshey
Hey Swipes Swl 1 A alligators got mo log logomo 111Como logomne
Como omo down V n help helpme me quickcome quick came to the thevatchman thewalchman thewatchmnman
vatchman In a piping pmg voioo voiooFrom volooFrom oiooFrom
From tho tinoangry angry Missing of the big pcllcanr pcllcanrho 101l001nlltho
tho ho watchman thought ono of them hadaken had banaken hadtaken
aken a grip grip on a disturber dleturliorThe
The watchman opened the door and goinc goincnside ltolnEIn goinnettle
In nettle frlt flashed his hl lantern He futw a small smallK sna snaoy
1103 K oy > y trying to l boot > rot off on one of tha pellcanr pellcanrhat Jltlicanllthat
hat wits taking jabs at mm bin log I < > Anotherx Another Anotherhoy
hoy rmy x > y wan tip on tho pigeon cote trying to tontch tocrtch tomtrli
ntch the pigeons plceonsHere plon8Url pigeonshero
Here kids kld como nlonrj out of that thatirderod thatordlrld thatrchred
irderod time th vatchman ln Ilio 1 lie smaller IImall < > r boy boyrho I boyho > or orwho
who wa cab Clinton had a gunnysack Hogan Ho Heegan Hobean
bean > egan to cry when tho watchman splzedilm seized IIllzedhim seizedIm
him by the cx collar > llar He Mid he had l been beensent > eeii eeiilent
lent to steal M < > al pigeons ptgeonswlthTraoey with Tracey by a larger largeroy
I bor > oy of the name of Felix who was 118 then thenTaltlnp thenwaltin thenaitin
waltin Taltlnp for them on the bridge spanning spanningho
ho bridle path pathTho l pathThe < Ith IthThe
The watchman gave a blast on his hi whistle whistleind whilltlnnd whistlemci
ind summoned a policeman The police policenan rollclmlln policeman
nan looked for Felix but couldnt find him himThe himThe himrime
The boys 110 said thoy wore to got 2S 2 5 cents earlor each eachfor
for or pigeons and M 0 cents for duckp duck and geese gcepcSPAXISH gelleSPUSII geesesr4IsII
SPAXISH irtff SERVICE SERVICETrterani SEnt SERVICEleterans ICE ICEr1tranl
Trterani Attend a Mfetlnt 1ftt4t In the Co fr Crpt Crptof pi piof ptof
of the Cathedral CathedralThn DthedralThe CathedralThe
The annual memorial service of tho thoJnltnd thoUnited thoUnited
United Spanish Spanl h War Veterans was held heldesterday heldesterda heldesterday
esterday In the crypt of the Cathedral ol olIt or8t
8t It John the Divine Archrlean Nelson Nelsonanon NelBonCanon Nelsonanon
Canon anon Jones and Canon Precentor Vorhlw Vorhlwf orhlNlwllre
wllre f ere r In charge of the services The Rev Revohn RevJohn Revtohn
John C Welwood chaplain of the Old Oldluard OldOuard Old3uard
luard preached preachedIr
Dr Welwood spoke strongly of the ro roent rocent reent
ent peace conference and aald that he heelloved heOOlle heeiicved
OOlle elloved < 1 the trusts weer largely reipon reiponible reuponible pon ponIlble
ible for the war between the United States Stalesnd Statesand Statesnd
and nd Spain He declared that the people peoplehould peopleshould peoplehould
hould not decry the soldiers becaune becaunehrough becallllOthrough becausehrough
hrough preparedness for war was the thenlr theonlf themnly
onlf nlr safeguard and surety iuret for peace A Arell Awel Atell
wel tell trained army and navy na were neca necanryfor n8 neeesaryIor < l1 l1IIIryfor
nryfor that purpose he declared The Theresent Thepresent Thectmsent
present resent peaceful terms upon which the theatlons thenltlol1ll timematlons
atlons now were might at any an time be beUrupted bedi betisrupted
di Urupted ruptO < d by disagreement he said And AndA
It L was A bfit foio to b ba ready rond ftgaliut BUCII ucla uclacontlnenc a aontlngency aontingency
contlnencI ontlngency ontingencyIrtIoLIcs ontlngencyiTHOLICS
iTHOLICS LWACOnXEKSTOVE LWACOnXEKSTOVEerrmonlri In I 1 t CORERSTOE CORERSTOEI
I errmonlri at a New Callesr In IaEtvInlteId Nortfl NortflPtolnntm Sort SortMatnfttld
I Ptolnntm Held to the Rain RainfUINMKlD RaInI RaInfLAflIJtl
fUINMKlD N J May MA ay M II eMore More Iore than
I 4000 006 Catholics from this city and surround turroundig
Inlt II ig towns representing tho Knights of ofojiimbu ofColl1mbul ofolumbue
ojiimbu and a 11I1 other i socIeties together togetherIth togetherwith
with Ith prominent churchmen attended the theylng theIllying timeiying
ylng of tho oornerstono of Mount Sainttar Saint Saintiary SlntMAr
MAr tar iary College In North rUlnflcld tills tlll after afterrx aCternoon Afternon
noon non rx > n It rained hard during c1urln the cere cereionic CXrfmonlet cercionIc
monlet ionic IJlfhop MoFatil blessed time I hI corner corneronn cornprIItonp cornertnnr
IItonp onn end Mgr M I John H Fox mnde a brief briefildrost hrlduddrfl brieftime
ildrost uddrflWhel1 ildrostWhen
When completed time oollogn will supplant supplantin
the in Uordentown whool It Is being nrected nrectedi
on n i land given hcn by It David T Kcnney nncy of North NorthlainliMci NorthPlalnllrld Northlalnfleld
lainliMci nnd will colt approximately approximatelylyinfn
3Y1 lyinfn oon ft will h l be > e In charge of 0 the Sistcrt m tllllterll tllllterlloC tcrs tcrst
oC t t Hcroy 1 Mercy > of the Trenton diocese dlootleMIIII
MIIII
I i I
700 MAN MANY LAWS LAWSSAYS SAYS BISHO BISHOBf
Bf POTTER PREACHES ON rwCHURCHAND rw TIIIf TIIIfCIIUROII TIIJCEIURCIIAD
CHURCHAND CIIUROII AND TIlE STATE STATECltn STATEUtra STATECites
Cites the DUcovtry of an AntlGamblte AntlGamblteIAW
law Unknown Apparently to Hachi HachiProhibition JlalbdProhlbltm HugheProhlbllle
Prohibition Laws fA That Only Ben BenIn 8eneto getIn
In In Make a Race of Hypocrite HypocriteBishop IIpocr1trsBl IiypoczlttiBishop
Bishop Bl bop Henry C Potter after bavlt bavltbeen havlnJ havlnJen havinbeen
been en Introduced yesterday e3terda morning to tl tlcongregation ths thsc timcQngregation
congregation c n gatlon of the Church of the Inter Intercession Intecession Inltroollllon
cession Broadway and 158th street streetNew as asNew a aNew <
New Yorks foremost citizen preacK preacKon preaoliec1on <
on the futility of attempting to refer refercoclety reformIoclety reforisociety
society by mere legal l Ic gal l enactments In tlBishops tl the thelsbops thBishops
Bishops opinion conscience mint bo e elightened en enIIght6nedand erlightenodandltisthemlselonofthe
lightened IIght6nedand lightenodandltisthemlselonofthe and it In the mission of the Chute Chunin churcb churcbIn ChuteIn
in every ety community to furnlth this enlight enllghcnment enlightenment enlightenment
enment cnmentTl enmentThe enmentThe
Tl The > e Bishop selected the Church of tbIntoroo38lon tl tlIntercession thIntercession
Intercession for his sermon because e t ttwo lor lortwo to totwo <
two years It has had an organization known knovas knownAI knowas
as the vestry auxiliary which Is compose composeof composed composedot
of laymen and Which has for its chief pu puPOM purpOke panpose
pOke tho broadening of the churchs ohurohlIlnftuen ohurohlIlnftuenIn Influent InfluentIn
In the affairs of the community It is tlfirst tl the thefJrBt lbfirst
first organization of ls IC kind In the Epl Eplcopal Episcopal Ephcopal
copal Church and the Bishop predicts predlcigreat predictsgrtat predictgreat
great things for It ItWo ItWo ito
Wo o all recognize and regret said tlBliliop tl tbe tbeDlshop thBishop
Bishop that one of the prominent ten teidenotes tendenclos tendencies
denotes In American life Is I to exalt entire entiretoo entlrelr entlrelrtoomuoh entireltoo
too toomuoh much the importance of the indlvidiuCivil IndividUal IndividUalCIvil indIvfduaCivil
Civil government for example Is suppose supposeto lIlpposed lIlpposedto
to have Its It basis in civil Lair 1 and there theiexists thereexillts therexists
exists a wide misconception ml on the pa paof part partot parof
of the people that the quality of the goveriment govern government government
ment runs parallel to the quality of the la laOne law lawOne laOne
One need have had a very brief re redence reAl reAldence reeldence
dence in our own city to observe the ev evof evil evilor enof
of this misconception Perhaps nowhere nowherin nowhereIn
in the world are there eo many laws in tl tlstatute the thestatute thstatute
statute books for the regulation of IK IKas lire lireas lifnas
as there are upon our own statute bookiand hooks hooksandtblll booksand
and andtblll this Is especially true of those Iho applies applicable
ble to life In our own city Oet a copy copythe at atthe o othe <
the law of the State of Now York and ream reathem read readthem reamthem
them and you will be amazed to find thgreat th the thegrent thmgreat
great number that are just as JI dead as Julius JulluCassar JuliusC JuIIuCeear
Cassar C ar They are enacted and forgot forgotten forgottenor tea teior teaor
or evaded or shelved shelvedAs holvodAs
As A an illustration of the valueleesneM valueleesneMthis vlluel nMA o othis or orthis <
this dependence upon law as the maker t tthe or orthe o othe
the rmqlity of civilization may be cited citedrecent a arecent i irecent
recent occurrence where an officer of th thGovernment the theGovernment lbGovernment
Government seeking for some means I Icorrect to tocorrect Icorrect
correct the evils of gambling In our com commtmity community cammtmnhty
mtmity has recently discovered a 1m 1mentirely law lawentirely iaentirely
entirely unknown to the Chief Executive Biecutlvof
of the State and apparently very ery applicable applicablto
to the suppression of gambling gamblingNo
No one will misunderstand me aa i iany In InRny it itany
any way doubting the ability the learning learnlniand learningand learniniand
and the faithfulness of the Executive EXl OuUve o othe at atthe cithe
the State It la no fault of his that h hshould he heAhould hishould
should not have known the existence of thllaw this thisIw thinlaw
law It simply moans that on our satut satutbooks sfatute sfatutebooks Btatutnbooks
books are laws In such numbers perhaps perhapso
so lit inconsistent perhaps so confusing per perhaps perhars perliape
haps no 10 neglected that the very existeno existenoof exl tnoo tnooof
of one greatly rtaly desired dtlred by the officers omc of th thGovernment the theGoverment thiGovernment
Government Goverment for the putting puting down of i igreat a aRtat agreet
great Rtat evil ovllhouid should not have ave been known eveito even lven lvento evento
to the officers of tho Government GovernmentThe OO1ernment OO1ernmenthl
The hl Bishop said that the evil practice practicewhich protlo praotIoewhich
which the lawmaker had hlc thought would tx txcompletely b bcompletely
completely stamped out by by the enactment enotment o obin of ofbill cihis
bin Ideal IdlI law IR w stmp would go on ibesemeas the same as before beforeor bero
or if modified modine alas a1 sometime 80rtmN modified modlftexfor ml ed edfor
for the Ih worse This is so because bu the con conscience conscience conscience
science WOI of tho ho people of the State Stte or of the thicommunity thecommunity thecommunity
community Is not with the law la The be Bishoicontinued Bishoi BIAhopcontnued flishojicontinued
continuedHow contnued continuedHow continued How then shall we 1 bring to pass the theresults theresulll therestilts
results which we all al desire Shall Shal p we d dIt do doIt doit <
It resulll by new laws Can you do it by thtattempt the Ibeattempt theattempt
attempt to suppress lpprC absolutely ah8lu 11 the vice vicewhich vic vicewhich I
which you desire to conquer conquerFor conquerFor conquerFor
For example examlIt there the will wi be b no difference differenceof dlllernOf dlllernOfof
of opinion concerning oonornlng the great mischief mlechlcof ml hef hefof I
of Intemperance Intemprance All men me agree agr aa a to this thiinnd thisnnd thisand
nnd no one deplores rleplorel the mischief more morethan moretban morethan
than I do What has ha prohibition done for fortho forthe foitho
tho suppression of this great gl evil In those thosiStates thoe thoeSIate9 thoseStates
States where prohibition prohlblton has been nt nttempted altempted attonupted
tempted I recall rll crossing Lake Lke Cham Champlain Champlain Champlain
plain from New York crOng to Vermont and back baolin bok bokIn backin
In in the summer and I was often oren struck h hthe hy hythe bythe
the large contingent oontngent of drunken drnken d mnken men whcuiiled who wholed whosailed
sailed led on the boat In the afternoon aftrnoon from fromIhe frornIhe fromthe
Ihe New York to the Vermont harbor harborIn
In other words the prohibition law of olVermont ofrmont ofVermont
Vermont rmont made the sale of liquor Impossible Impossibleind
and so these Ihe men crossed to New York Yorktnd Yorkand Yorkand
and sailed Iled back home cro drunk The evil evililas evi evilalas
all alas remains in those tbO prohibition State StatemsuppreBsed Slat Statestmnauppreased
un msuppreBsed upprMd and alai that tht it should be belaid beMid hemaid
laid the effect has h been bn In some 1mB Stateeo States
10 o change the commonwealth mmonweth of drunk drunkirds drunkardA trunkrde
irds to n commonwealth commonwoalh of hypocrites hypocritesWe hyJ
We mar boautlfyumr churches ohur1les wo Wf may mayx mayIIlullry mayautify
IIlullry x > autify the neighborhood nellblrhood in which we weive weJve welive
live we may draft a body of laws the moat moaterfect met metperfet moatrfect
Jve perfet > erfect the world has ha ever dreamed drme of we wenay wemay wemay
may achieve even absolute abslute perfection perreton in inur Inuur inur
uur > ur government but until IIntl we shall hal have havensplred hayeInRplrld havenapired
nsplred the spirit of f the people with thin thinipirlt thl8spirt thIsupirit
ipirlt of Christianity Christaniy society lelY will wi remain remainn
spirt In n peril And BO 1 we seek k the place this thiiihiiroli Ihlschuroh thishtiroim
ihiiroli pri holds in the life le of this city clt She Shes RbeIs Sheto
Is s to be aa a all al other otr churches churebO am arl to be beho bethe beho
ho enlightener of conscience conleno Whatever Whateverlue WhateverJI
lue JI she Ibe enlghlenlr may mt rna l home become > ecome by b growth gwth or by the themrichment tbeInrlchment thernrichment
Inrlchment mrichment of the th edifice edl1ce1 hy the attraction attractionlero atraotlon atraotlonhtT
htT lero of large larl numbers numoN of OJ ot persons she will willtill wi willtiii
till be a failure ralure in this community cmmuniy praon unless unlessho unlls unllssbo unlessnbc
ho can cn perform this office officerno omc omcTm officeriro
rno DOYS cAvatiT jx V STORE STORElelplng STOREleIpIn iTOREIItlIJn
Tm CiUaIT
IItlIJn lelplng Thominvw TlrnlH to Itairtialii nmal Roller RollerSkates RoUtrNkatr RollerSkates
Skates Nkatr and Other Otht Attractive ttrathe KtufT Pitnmttrho KtufTTho Htur
Tho Gerry Oery society held as prisoner prl8ntre last lasttight lutnlRht Isatight
tight two small boys bYI who were arrested arrestedliargedftith aete arrestedhargedwith
chargfwlth liargedftith robbing the hardware store stre of ofk ofA
A k M 1 Jacobs at 481 tt 81 Eighth avenue of about about2co
200 20 worth worh of goods goodsWilliam goodsWiiam goodsWilliam
William Wiiam Roche 11 I years year old of 545 West Westriftlcth WestFiftieth et etFiftieth
Fiftieth street IItrt and Thomas Hackett Hacket 14 14rears I itrears
yes rears old of 480 48 Went We Thirtyninth street streetvere streetere Itrt Itrtwere
were the thl prisoners Policeman Polceman Cantor Cantorrafi C ntor ntorWi
Wi rae passing tIme th Mom lor late in the th tfftnrnoon tfftnrnoonvhen Illlmon Illlmonwhen ilfternoonahen
when bo noticed that th a window on the theThirtyfourth theThirtyfourth therhhryfourth
Thirtyfourth street aide was w open o He Heooked Helooko Henaked
looko naked In and saw aw w the thl boys by helping helpinghemselves helpingthelln helpinghemselves
thelln hemselves 8 When nearohed rhe at the station stationlous atatlonhouM stationouse
houM lous ouse the boys by pockets pke were found fond to toontaln tocntain toontnin
cntain ontaln twelve baseballs bbIs five fve dozen do n pen penlls pncll pendls
lls seven ve pairs of roller role skates tkat two banks banksme bks bksone
cll me catchers ctces p glove and ad twentralx twetlx latch latcheys la latchceys
eys Mr Jacob Jacb told the police ploe that that this thisraa thisu
key raa only a small m1 portion of the goods ol miss raising missng ¬
ng ana that the total tUl amount ant was w wa worth worthnore woh wohmore worthnore
Inl
nore than two 1 The boys b admitted aitt steal atealDg 11 stealtug
Ing Dg what tan was found on th them m but denied deniedhat denie deniedbat
hat they knew anything anyhing of the misting mistingtuff mlnl
Blur Blurnol tuff tuffJO tuffrun
nol run JO I Of 0 FIVE rIE KILLS MOTHER MOTHERnifl UOrHll UOrHllSd
Sd nifl > a Load Llct of Shot Sot Through TraUI Her IIN Head lea at atClose atUOC iilost
Close Range RangeYoa i
UOC Rar i iYOBK I IYORK
YORK Pa May 28 2eErtest IEret Eruwt Doll Do five fiveearold fve fveyoaold fireearold
yoaold earold son ln of Frank Doll Dl shot his h ij motherhrough mother mothertrough motherthrough
trough the head h d today killing kllni her In Intantly InIlanty intantly
Ilanty tantlyThe tantly tantlyThe
IlantyT The T child had often oten seen n the father load loadhe loadhe
he 10 gun which was I kept In a corner oom r of the thejom theroom theoem
room Todiy To the to boy ho cot ot hd hcd of ths thsun t th thUn
gun un and slipped a shell iben into It It waited wait at the theoor thedoor
door loot oor and ilpp when hit hi mother appeared saId aaldLook ald aldLk saIdLook
Look Lk out mamma Ill Ill shoot appr you ou The Thehole Te Tewhole Thechicle
hole load of shot pasted throuth Mr Mrhead Mrsolli MraDol
Dol olli head headTwo headT1o headTwo
Two T1o Held for to P R R n Kxnlotlon KxnlotlonJohn IUlaslon IUlaslonI fixnloslonJoin11
John Fitzpatrick FI atrlok the superintendent uprlntendent In Intarge Inchare inharge
I chare of the Pennsylvania Pennsylnl Railroad Riroad ex exivatinn ut4lton exaration
ivatinn In Thirtythird Thirtythir street tleet where whre th thcploslon the thseploRlon thexplosinn
eploRlon t4lton cploslon occurred on Saturday SturdaYi and Will Willm Wi Willurn
lam m Tobin occurr who ho was Wa In charge ohari of 0 the th blast blastig b1at b1atInR
InR ig were wer arralgnnd Irmhtno yesterday In the tbl JeflTor JeflTorm Jerer Jereraun
aun m Market police polo court Fitzpatrick 1tzptrlck wai wairroKtod Wl8 Wl8arIM wasiirested
arIM rroKtod Immediately ImmedItely after Irter tho th explosion orplotlnnobln erlolon erlolonI
obln ohm surrendered furreldcr at the Tenderloin Tenllrloln police policeallon polce polcehtalon policetatlon
allon yost yestorday olltrry rday morning Only one man manun man1R manas
I htalon un Hcriouvlf hurt by the explosion though thoughivcral thouRhtrll thoughvcrsul
ivcral trll IrCuly received Ihe minor Injuries Pending Pendingie PeDlna PeDlnaIho
Iho ho ie outcome of the th injuries Mistrals M MistralsOUM 8tral 8tralnnll
nnll ioiis OUM held lld the two prisoners prllnerl paroling parolingtern rolnK rolnKIhem
hem tern in the ciutody CUlod of George orle W Conner Connerthe
of f the New tlO ew York Contracting Contrfctnl Company Companybey Compn CompnTbe
Tbe hey will m btvo a hearing on Tuetdajr TUC Tueid7ssaTu
ssaTu 1 1I
I 4
LEV1V LEL2JRXS BS to fareilagUtrate fare lllSNa lllSNaJlalateCeOh6Je HVNTI1 HVNTI1Iagt3Irate
ilagUtrate Iagt3Irate Orine GIYM Clv fttnUra co vudence coA O
JlalateCeOh6Je
dtt dence t CC ce e OMOMed OMOMedA MM
A good goodrt part of cftrI f yesterday yesterdaymorrilng morning tonn M Mton a e eelan i iaba
ton go of the tbXobpolceoou pr Tombs police polieeioourt icourt was utkon utkonup take takup takeJp
up by Magistrate L trto Crane Crne with It lecture lecturesCentral lectureCentral I otu o ontral
Central ntral Mg Office Oto men rnet on what wht Is evldeni evldeniand evldefltwhat ldltc ldltcand
and what wht Is II not Tbejivroro Tb WOr protect plsb with withlarge w Withlarge tb tblg
large lg n ntfmber mbt of t alleged pleg pickpocket plokpket who whothey what whattheyhadobarged ba
theyhadobarged they had bd charged ohl with wlb wtthvagranoy vagrancy vany Inseveti Inseveticases In sever severcabes erl erlcll
cll cases the detectives had b picked plke up the themen tblr tblrmen theMon
men largely lrly because U8 of past pst records recora at athad n Z Zbd
had hd made mde affidavit atdalt charging obralng that tht the th d dfendants de detendntll dfendants
fendants tendntll wore OI vagrante with bo o legal 1011 en enployment em employent enployrneat
ployment or visible vl ble means rnens of support supportWhen IUPPOr supportWhen
ployent When the lawyers l1er for the th prisoner prlenetl wou woubegin woul woul woulbegin
begin to crosaexaraine the detective detectlriwould detecthef detecthefwoud detectivewouldweakenadmittiflg
would woud wouldweakenadmittiflg weaken admitting admittng that tht they theyhad had h ni nidona not notdon no nodons
dons don much nuohlnvatptlng Investigating In the tb specif specifcase ipeetficase o ocal
case cal then thnund under r examination examinationNow oumlntlon oumlntlonNow pc
Now then tbn lieutenant leutnant I want to war waryou warn warnyou waryou
you said sid Magistrate Crane Crne to Lieut Willam Will Wi Willlam
lam A Miller This farce tAr has to sto stoI atop
I mean to Mier bold you and the th rest of the th Can Ceitral Cn Cntrl Cantntl
tral trl Office men et Hotly to your you affidavit affidavitIf atdvltl atdvltlI
If you charge a man mn with vagrancy vagnoy an answear and andswear answear
I chrg
swear tothat totht In your affidavit afdvit I mean men yc yeshall ycshall you youshal
shall either prove It to me In this court courtopenly ourt or oro o oopenly <
shal openly o nly eithr admit that you have hve made mdoA a mil miltake mle mltake
take And I want to say IY that I have ai aisuranoes AB ABuranos asauranoes
bureau wfc wfccannot ho hocnnot h hcannot
suranoes that the men In that tht buru
cannot uranos prove charges of vagrancy again againthese 4plnt 4plntthe gainsthee
cnnot vagnc
these notorious thieves and criminals ormlD wl wlhave wi wilhave
thive an
the have to get ie out of it The Th old way wy of o band hantling b bandling
ling court courtI hvo these thes oases o8s wonligo while whlo I am In thcourt th thIe thIecourt liiicourt
I expect detectives from the th Centn CentreOffloc CentnOffice Cntr
Office omo epot to have at least Itut common intelligent intelligentand Intel lnelligenand nO nOand
and to honestly hve help me tp get at rid rd of tbol tbolthieves thl tbothieves
hODstlr hlp
thieves I will 111 not slnd 8 nd for the th arrest arlt i ithese ot otthes o othese
these men only to see the th detectives detela when whethey wbentby whenthey
they thes tby are croeaoxamined crouxillod an E admit amit that the theknow theknow thaI thaIknow
know nothing Dotblnllbout about these tbee cases casesMiller cRs cRsMier casesMiller
Miller had Joseph oph Marks of of311 311 31 EatTwentynfth Eat EutTwntyMth EuTwentyfifth
Mier h street before beror Mk the th Maristrat MaristratHe MagistateHe <
Twentynfth strt Mgstrte MgstrteHe
He gave Marks a bad ad record but admitte admittethat aditt admittenthat
that he had Mark not nt done bd roor mu mUCh h investigating InvestlgatlniMarks InvelUgtinl InvelUgtinlMarka investigatingMarks
Marks admitted that he had not an utblemished un unblemlsb unblemished
blemished aditt career tht but Insisted Inalt that thatpresent at atprosnt a apresent
cer ht
blemlsb he wee employed regularly r rly a aprocess 1 1process a apross
present 1 employ Vo VoLear Vnn VnnLar VatLear
process pross server er by City Marshal Martl Ike lie
Lear Be cot until tomorrow tomorw mornln mornlnto mcrnthjto
HI untt mon monto
to Lar prove it lot Joe Jo Light Ligh and Frank Fank Mltoht Mltohtwere MltbU MltbUwere MitObelwere
were both tent rnt to the Island Ilnd for six alx month monthMiller montb monthsMiller
Miller also all arrested arst them themIn
Mier In the batch of prisoners were wet two ybuu ybuumen 1 1nien iOunnuen
men th who enlisted enlHtd prJnera the th thesyupathyoftbeM thesyupathyoftbeMistratb sympathy of theM tb Mat Matl i iletrate
letrate l One On of them said ad be wee 8 a looo looomotive l lmotve boomotive
motive tU fireman from Albany Alb ny and work workregularly wok workregularly
regularly motve every winter wlntrut Wlnt4rlfllt out on account acunt acuntaAthrtO o oasthmatic 61 61asthmatlo
asthmatic ever troubles find fnds the th work ork too t beav beavIn baV heavIn
In aAthrtO hot weather toub1 her He was allowed alowe to go t tAlbany to toAlbany in inAlbany
Albany ot He had a card of membership membratlp ii iithe II In Inthe
the Brotherhood of cr Locomotive Firemen FlremerAnother Fr FiremenAnother n
Another Brothrhoo young fellow teJo Lomotve whom wbo the th police Io h hnothing h bax baxnothing
nothing Anothr against promised proml d to t go back bl to hi hihome hihome hiborne
home In agJnlt Fall River and nd was was released Ile H Hhad He Hehad finhad
had come to Rver town ten days ago just ju t t tlook to tolook In Inlook
look around and had been bn found toud in th thcompany the thecompny thcompany
company compny of thieves thievesSilS t thievesSt1S leel leelstrs
SilS HE lE HAS A t GOOD UV UVMcDonnell VllE VllEItlDoMrU lIIVE lIIVEMcDonnell
McDonnell ItlDoMrU Resents RttU Arrest Artt at Complaint complat o oMm of of1m 01 01Mesm
Mm Who fbo cot Got cold Cld Feet FeetHugh Fut FutHugh FeetHugh
Hugh McDonnell McDnell who nays he Is a mnll mnlleginer minInengineer mlnlni mlnlniengineer
eginer engineer M 6 years yll old living lvng in tho City c o oMexico of ofMoxlco 01MexIco
Mexico was al arraigned arrigned yesterday ycttry in thi thiTombs tbeTomba tbnTombs
Tombs police plce court oour before bore Magistrate MaglatraUCrane Mgltrt MagistrateCrane
Cral Crane charged ohrge with the larceny larcny of 13000 13000He 30 3000He
He was wa arrested arete on Saturday Stury on thcomplaint th tbe tbecomplint thecomplaint <
complint complaint of three thr men who wh Mid they thejtrot theyft theygot
ft trot no returns retum on investments Invetmonts they thy mad madthrough mde mdethrougb mndnthrough
through McDonnell McDnnell James W V Harle Hre o of
1 17 Madison Madl8n avenue a1enUC a broker on tho CottoiExchange Cotton CottonExohange CottotExchange
Exchange made the complaint complint in court courtHarle cour courtIlarlo
me
Harle said that McDonnell MoDonnel came O me to him Ii In
Hare 10 1005 with a proposition propoelton that that he should eboul hellnim help helphim helphim
him to retain rin his option on the famous tamoU E EHincon EIRncon ElRincon
Rncon Hincon gold and silver lver mine located locte about abouIf aboutfty aboulfifty
fty fifty If ty miles mlN west WOt of Mexico 1 > lexlc City He offered offereo otor otorto offeredto
to o let Harle and his friends trends have a hallnterest hall haltIntert halfInterest
Intert Interest in the property Harle says the theraised thej thejraised th 1 1raise
raise raised altogether alto ethcr proprty about abut 18500 185 The Mrs Mrspayment frt frtfent firstpayment
payment of 13000 10 3 was wa given to McDonnell McDonnelin McDnnel
in fent his assertion aarlon that it was w for an urgenieed urgent urgentneed urgentneed
need some sme stamp transaction transcion or other otheiprlth otherwith
with the Mexican Mexcn Government Ooverment The Te com cornplainant comlainant cm
wih lainant alleged that McDonnell MoDnnell has h8 re reused r rerued
pJlnant used over alege since Ilno to give him or his friends friendimy friend friendsmy
any fus my satisfactory Mtlsactory account acunt of what he h dieifith die dd ddwth didwith
with their money moneyMcDnnel moneyMcDonnell
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and McDnnel his friends did give him hm several thbu thbuand th thMnd thhuflt <
and flt dollars dolara rrend Ho Bold BId them ft 1 half hal Interest Interestn Inte t tIn
In n El Rinoon a mine from frm which he hI says
110000000 Rncon has been taken already alrdr and Bys Ii Iiret Isyet Iaret
yet ret one of the thegr hs greatest t in the world They Thejwere Theywere Theyivere
were Ol to pay tiOOOO O I 5000 O every time h hrave he hegave heave <
gave rave them py a ten lays notice noticeHarle notce notceHarle noticeHarle
Harle he said day had hd been he represented rprnt to tclira tohim toim
lira aa a millionaire otherwise othell he never neveiTould neverwould neverneouid
would I have bve milonaire bothered btbered with him El E Rlncon RlncontlcDonneH Rn0n Rn0nMcDnnK Rinpen1cDonneH
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plken > lkera The Harle people pple were either un unTilling unwilng untrilling
Tilling or unable to keep up their payment paymentn pyets pyetsIn
wilng In n response to his calls cUl for development developmentmrpoeee developmentpuf developmenturpoeee
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mrpoeee and that he had hd to t Interest Intrt others othersMcDonnell othersMcDonnell othO
puf McDonnell MoDonnel Bald sid tht that Harle and his hl f friends rrlent friendsmliii rlencUtill
sti till had an In Interest Intert in El Rlncon propor proporlonate proportionte properdonate
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heir contract Now they the cause cUI my arrest arrestf aret aretI
I f they were worth worh It Id Id make eomo 8me of ofhem otthem ofhem
hem sweat for this arrest arrestMagistrate att attMagl arrestMagistrate
Magistrate Magl trate Crane Crne held McDonnell MoDnnellln In 13000 13000tall SO 3000aiI
bl tall for examination exmnaton Tuesday afternoon afternoonie arltroon arltroonHe
He ie gave fO bond bondRLEVTH bondRUTlS bondSlMtTIIS
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Swindler SwindlerSix S1tctte SwIndlersSix
Six 81 men were arrested met on Saturday Saturdaybarged Stury Sturychlle Saturdayharged
chlle barged with cheating chetng the United Unie Engineer Engineernd Englne Englneand
and nd Contracting Contrtng Company Cmpy out of a oon oonIderable oonslderable eonidenable
Iderable sum of money moneyThe mono moneyThe
The company Is building buidng a part of the theennsylvanla thePonRylvanla theonnsyivanla
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the officers officersllsoovcred omoosiiecovered
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dlsoer llsoovcred that there ihee was Wl a leak le some somethere 8mB 8mBwhere someshore
there In the treasury tru Supt George Ootl A Aillrr AFIP AFuller
FIP Fuller of he Pinkerton agency aanoy was called calledn clt cllt clltn
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to 0 these th men wa w8 drawn drwn by men who did didO dd ddno
no 10 O work workAt workAt workAt
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rom the Central Office Omc went to the th tunnel tunnelut tunel tunellut
fom lut ut week Cntr disguised dl guia aa artisans aln They Theyrorked Te Theyorktd
rorked around aound the place plao long enough eouch to tolet toget totet
workl get let acquainted aualntN with wih oil al the te workmen wokmen on onhe aDthe onhe
the he job On Saturday Stury they got at pay f checks checksnd oheks oheksand checksLnd
and nd went to the paymaster ymter e offlo oto at tl ti tiast Uaat
ast Thirtysecond street 8trt There Tere theraw they the theyaw
sw Et aw five Italians Itala present the checks oheu made madeut mde mdeout madenut
of the fictitious workmen workmennd
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Michael Pfeffer 47 4 years yer old of 101 10Jaroy 101Dary 101leroy
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May the 27th and an 28th
15000 150 yards Bilk ik and cotton cttn Crystal Crystaline cratl cratlIe
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Sale of English Englih Mohair Mohai Sicilian SicilianColon SleUlanColon SicilianColonsbrown
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tale aa 7e 71 t t a 100 100LINENS 100LINS 100LlYENS
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