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FIRE EATS UP A BIG PIER PIERI PIEROOHJ
OOHJ OOx I MAGE tND A < 4 SCARE SCAREl
I JERSEY 1 CITY CITYThcownd CITJThonand fjtT fjtTThonIsnl
Thcownd In Skjiorapers and on o Perry Perryboats FerlbOats Ferryboats
boats See the Vaulting vnuItInqImeI aultln Flames and andthe andtill slidDie
the Itcoue JlI lue or a Horning DomlneSblpcloe UUrflfl ShipClose hIpcosecan
4 can all 1 for Other Waterfront Property PropertySomebody FropertySomebod FroptrtysomebodY
Somebody knocked over a can of molten moltensolder moltenlder molteno1dr
solder lder on ° fl the th tiLit roof of Pier B one of the theLehigh theLehigh theehigh
Lehigh Valley Railroads eight freight freightpiers freightpiers freightpiers
piers just ju t above the Jersey Centrals Centralsfprryhousa Centralsterryhou CentraleprryhoU
fprryhousa and railroad rallrOj1d etation in Com Comnunipaw Comrntlnipa Cornmlnipaw
nunipaw yesterday afternoon The 1 ho re remit ro rout rent ¬
mit nt was n Scotch plaid fire fi which wJ ch de dejtrojcd detroed doitroycd
jtrojcd mooo worth of property and andpie Bndpn endgace
pie the river edge edge of Jersey Jerse City a real realJre realftre realre
Jre re score sonrTh scnrTh Dr Drills ¬
Th eight freight docks project into the theNorth theortb theSortli
North Rner like a row of teeth Moored Mooredin
in th dip l pi were ere lighters loaded with cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton hard coal pig copper and miscel miscellaneous mlscelIantOIli inicoIaneohls ¬
laneous merchandise Rearward and to toth toth totli
th centrn of the base ba e of the docks dockewas was the thetall thetall thetAIl
tall square Ieliigli Valley elevator A ABritish ABritish ABritish
British tramp steamship was tied up in inth Inth inthe
th the Clap ap one flt of the outlets of the Morris MorrisI MorrislaMI Morrisanal
I anal hard by the burning h rnlng pier The big bigterspy bigIprs bigr3ey
terspy Iprs r3ey y Central passenger station was waswithin wasr wascithin
within r thin J1 300 yards of the fire to the south southciM BOuthp southand
ciM p t and north or it were factories and andwarehouses andare andarehouses
warehouses are 1ouseg it was a grand opportunity opportunityfor
for an ambitious ire to totat eat out a big chunk chunkof chunkJerey
of Jerey Jer ey Citys waterfront and for an anho anhoi
ho hoi i the he situation looked wicked to t the theIP thefighters
IP 1 fighters fightersA >
A sang ang of tinsmiths were patching the thei
i of < f of Pier B and accidentally over overturned OTerrlled overtirtied ¬
turned rlled their th ir plumbing furnace The mol molten moltn molfrn ¬
ten Bolder Ider ran in streaks over the tarred tarredt tarredroof tarredroot I
t roof and tho tb pier ph r was all ablaze in a few fewrnnp fewJ1in towminLtP I
rnnp J1in tl = Th The tinsmiths tried to douse douset
t vith ith burUets of water but they were wererim wererlrieon weredriven i
rim driven en off tho roof in ten minutes minutesnozpn A Adozen Adozen I
dozen of the I highs tugs busy round aroundthe roundtl1
the tl1 piers tooted for help and ran in close closeto
to get gl their lire hose into action Calltra Call alltro all allcrc
tra ro sent in to the fire headquarters in inVrwy inr inrsey
Vrwy r rsey y City and to New York Before the then theJerfle theere3
Jerfle ere3 n > ey department could get its engines enginesto
to the waterside watt > rside Pier B was flaming from fromrod frompnd fromnd
rod to end The wind was was driving in inihore inhore inthore
ihore And it looked as if the flre flr wan sure sureto
to spread to the other docks docksI docksrhe docksfhe
I rhe he Gap n very el useful arm of water waterfor
for business < s purposed fame near being beingthe
the Ih cause of o a widespread blare along alongthe
lb the riverfront The Jersey City fire flretiRntS fireInkin firengne
Inkin tiRntS rushing for the piers came to toibe toIbe tothe
ibe north side of the Gap just out cf cffiTective cfteetha oftective
fiTective range and were blocked off by bylie byIbe bythe
lie mn of duty water There was no noHfl noHI noidie
Hfl idie < fl andno ferry excppt a scow used usedtv
tv t v orlcmen 01lt men Chief Conway had to send sendlii sendhis
his > ngines in a long half circle around aroundtic
tic It terminus of the Gap more than a airileand alIileand ariIeand
irileand it was half an hour before they
began te an to shed water on the tb burning pier plwFrom phrFrom pierFrom
From the Battery the fireboat New NewUrW NewYorker NewYorker
Yorker Mills and Willard came over overpoked overpoked overpOkeI
poked their noses through the heavy
bLck umoke mokeand and began to pump Streams Streamsfrom RtreamJfrom Streamsfrom I
from the little littletugs tugs arched against Pier B Bnnd Bn1d Bsrd
nnd helped hold the blaze in check until untilthe untilIhe intilthp
the engines arrived arrivedtt
At tt I oclock the passengers of the terry terrybents terryI ferrybO8t
bents I OlJt headed for their slips in Jersey JerseyFot
rot an exciting view of the fire A vast vastcornucopia vastollucopia vastornucopia
cornucopia of brown and blatk smoke smokeImng smokehung smokeliirng
hung lazily over the Lehigh docks d and andnft anded andrted
nft rted ed d away to the northwest In the themidst themldol themlctt
midst of the pall red and yellow flames flamestreaked flamesstreaked lamesitreaked
streaked high and were crossed ed by arch arching arching archjig ¬
ing streams of water from the hose hoeellnes hoeellneswhich lines lineswhich lineswhich
which showed silvery white against a aombre ambre aornhre
ombre background The sunlight sunlightflayed IlUnUlhtrIayed sunhIghlIayed
flayed all sorts of fancy trick with the themd therid theirid
md red and yellows vell we of the blaze and nndhe andhe andhe
he darker colors col r ot the smoke mok clouds cloudsI cloudlhe
lhe I he whole looked somewhat like a great
vcotch plaid brightly illuminated illuminatedThe
Th The higher levels of Manbattans sky stcyifrap 6kyrap skyrapers
ifrap rap rapers > rs were crowded with people who whoachod whoatch whoatched
achod atch d the lire The ferryboats slow slowiupas slowupMtheycrept Iow1R
iupas 1R upMtheycrept tIP 5 they crept > nto the smoke clouds cloudsiiuii
iiuii hung over the river and dodging dodgingif
til if e tugs that fussed and wheezed around daroundrh aroundtho
tho rh cuter edges of the fire district gave gaveorn gaveborne 1ve 1velom
borne orn going o ng Jerseyites plenty of oppar oppari opp opprnity > r I Irw
i rw mity r t h take in the th spectacle They TheyHTV Theynwa
HTV nwa a pair of tugs backed up by the New Newrk NewcJrk NewVrk
Vrk cJrk < rk Police Departments big cruiser the the1alrol thelll thePat
1alrol lll reI rd grab a lighter loaded with burning burningiGttm bumlngofton burningottDn
iGttm which shone redly through the theirowri theImwn theLrowri
irowri haze and yank it out into the thei thever
i ver 1 Then the New ew Yorker detached detachedlirwif detachedrgf detachedfrom
lirwif rgf from the arc of fire fighters and andiroppfd anddflJlpeu andtripped
tripped down the river after the lighter lighterIretty lighterIreuy lighterlretty
Iretty noon the heavy streams of water waterfiom waterfmm waterfrom
from the New Yorker drowned drow out the theburning theIIIlrning theliiarning
burning cotton and left the lighter noth nothing nothing ¬
ing but bll a smoking shell shellfrom IhellFrom shellFroni
from the start it was touch and go goih goII gouh
ih II h the th Lehighs volunteer tire force forceimi forcelid forcoatl
lid the Ih Jersey City department There Thereresutyspvencarloadsof Therereo
TPre resutyspvencarloadsof reo sixtyseven carlcadeof mixed freight freightpiled trelghtJliJeo1 freightPIeci
piled on Pier B and Pier C and sixty freight freightfar
far r loaded and unloaded standing on onth onIh onthe
th the switch tracks along the two piers piersI pierstnderjcseph
I tndrJcseph nd r Jcseph Vines the Lehigh employees employeesrunning employeesnlnning employeesfltflning
running pony locomotives s hauled all allIut alllout alltut
lout on > > car from along the south wall wallf
< f PIT B That car on the tail end endf
f iw II tnnR buraed bur d Along the th north northill northwall
wall ill rf the pier were twenty empty freight freightiif
iI iif all of which were jerked out of dan dans dangr ¬
s 111 xc xtept pt four which caught fire Later Laterfese laterIlleRe Later1ese I
fese were switched up to Washington Washingtonireet
ireet anrl doused with water
Pier B and everything in it was given givener givenOver
Over er to the flames It was impossible impossibleto
to KUP it ti tho fire had jj tho o much start etarthe >
The he New ew York ork fireboats and the tug
kept k > pt Pi pier r C C the next adjoining well wellHted wellfjfl wallvetted
vetted fjfl < > d down < but Pier C blazed for a amtlc
HUll while hile at its river end For two
liours all of the engines that Chief Conway
pr M the Jersey City Fire Department could couldwing
wing Irjn into action In the freight yards th thtugs the
Iehl lehigh h tugs Oenesee Ithaca Superior SuperiorOwasco
fata tatasiuqtia lltllqna > Owasco iurora Mahonoy Mahonoythe
Btrtnic the Jersey Central CentrartuI tug Bed Aeh Aehnnd AehlIodl Mbtd
nnd lIodl a few Standard Oil Olltuptbatcametrom tug tugsthatoame that cams from
hlack hl ck Tom poured water on the Ore mass massu
u tt t > oclock the thoftre tIre i was a as whipped whlp d The Theroof Theroof Theroof
roof and and sides of the flOO foot Pier B bad badalien
alien in and a section of Pier C wa badly
ngnd but the other piers were er uninjured uninjuredfn
fn rne < l th the damage had been confined to the thePoint theOInt thopohit
Point where the fire started Chief Con Conw ConRay
4 w Ray y estimated the damage at t 200ooo 2OOOOOand 200ooond ooo oooand
and nd the Ixshish Valley officiate agreed agreedlh
lh that t the th figure was fairly ocourata In InTuition Innrldltlcn InIttIditIo
Tuition to Pier B BAnd and a partial pcrtJalOH lo O5I s on oni onIeI Oner
i IeI r C a barge Uadod kwldedwlth with cotton and and1arreis
1 htrrelll rrels of flour was burned and anda a lighter lighternd
and nd its load of cotton were destroyed
The loan to the th Lehlgh Valley Vall yBaUrOlld Hallroad HallroadM
555 M 8 entirely covered by Insurance h ranl9 th the theo theO1cia
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TAfT TO ItECOlWIXE SENATORS SENATORSAll ENtTOR8All
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All federal Appointments Must H nave naveThtlr eve eveTheir ve veTheir
Their Approval ApprovalWASHINGTON ApprovalWASI1INQTON ApprovalVAaux2aToN
WASHINGTON March lt Republican 19RepubliCDnSenators 19RepublIcanSenators > RepublicanSenators
Senators are greatly pleased over in information Information information ¬
formation which is said to come from the thobest thebest thebest
best of authority that President Taft in intends Intends intendato ¬
tends tendato to follow literally the constitutional constitutionalinjuntlon constltutlonhlinjuntlon conetltuthonhlinjunthon
injuntlon of by and with the advice and andconsent andconsent andconsent
consent of the Senate with respect to toFederal toFederal toFederal
Federal appointments In other words wordsthe wordsthe wordsthe
the Presidents policy as tho Senators Senatorsunderstand Senntorsunderstand SenatorsUnderstand
understand it is that Federal patronage patronageIn
In States represented by Republican RepublicanSenators RepublicnnSenators RepublicanSenators
Senators will be controlled almost en entirely entlrely entirely ¬
tirely by those Senators Whifl has been beentho beentbe beenthe
the rule under most administrations but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Roosevelt departed from it in many
instances Now llr 11 Taft it is l under understood understoOd understod ¬
stood Is going back to the old order of ofthings ofthings ofthings
things thingsThe thingsIDe thingsThe
The understanding of the Senators is isthat Isthat isthat
that Mr Taft will not give nearly as much muchheed muchheed muchheed
heed as has heretofore been given to local localRepublican 10001opubllcan LocalRepublican
Republican politicians These local locullead loculleadera lead leaders leaders ¬
ers it is i Maid must obtain the sanc sanction sanction sanetion ¬
tion of their Senators to recommenda recommendations ¬
tions for office before Mr Taft will give givethem givethem givethem
them serious consideration considerationThe
The rule it is declared declaredL Is to be applied appliedto
to the State of Ohio in spite of the fact factthat faotthat factthat
that Senator Dick of that State has not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been regarded an a Taft supporter and andSenator andSenator andSenator
Senator Burton his aoLleague had a dis dispute dtpute disputs ¬
pute with Mr Taft which whi h caused Mr Taft Taftto
to withdraw the request made of Mr Bur Burton Burton flurton ¬
ton to become Secretary of the Treasury
in the present Cabinet It is well under understood understood understood ¬
stood however that in view of the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that he is a citizen of Ohio President Taft Tafthimself Tarthimself Tafthimself
himself will exercise personal preferences preferencesin
in making appointments appointment in ii and from that thatState tht thtState thatState
State in some instances instnC although alhough it is isassumed Is8umed Isassumed
assumed 8umed that tht he will m endeavor to obtain obtainthe obtainthe obtaInthe
the assent oont of the two Senators Benat rs in all al such suchcases suc suchcases
cases casesAccording c casesAccording
According to statements statement made at the theCapitol theCapitol
Capitol Capitl today Arthur Arhur I Vorys Vors of o Colum Columbus Clum Columbus ¬
bus whowas who was one of Mr lr Tafts Tar lieutenants lieutenantsin leutenant leutenantIn
in the anteconvention th antecnvention fight la I going gin to toquit toquit
quit politics polic and nd the State Stat of Ohio at the thesome thesame
some se time tie Report Reprt has h it that Mr Ir Vorya Voryahas Vore Voreh Voryshas
has h accepted acpted a position piton with the Inter Interborough Interbrugh Interborough
borough brugh system in New York and will be beclosely b beclosely
closely associated asiated with Theodore Thl ore P PShonts PShonts PShonts
Shonts Shontsriro ShontsTWt Shontsrini
riro TWt enxEST CINEltT YOVKH 111 a stns stnsAppeal KERS KERSAppeal KElS KElSpeal
Appeal peal < o the tbl Court to Matte lle the Hoard Hoardof
of Health leaUh Change aoe Its Il Records RecordsArgument Rford RecordsArgument
Argument Argment was wa heard yesterday yestrdy and anddecision anddecson anddecision
decision decson reserved rered by the Appellate ppolat Divis Division Division Division ¬
ion of the Supreme Court Cour on the appeal appealof appal i iof
of the Board of Health Healh from an order ordergranting oder odereanting orderanting
granting eanting the th application of William Wiiam Henry HenryBaker Henryker
Baker ker and his hs wife wie for a mandamus di directing dircting dlrecting ¬
recting rcting the Board of Health I0lth to alter its itsrecords it itarecords
records recrs BO as a to make It appear appar that Mr MrBakers MrBkerB MrBakers
Bakers BkerB first frt born bor son was named name William WilliamHenry Wliam WliamHenr WilliamHenry
Henry Henr Baker Jr and not Edward Young YoungBaker YoungBaker YoungBaker
Baker Jr JrThe JrThe JrThe
The application applcaUon attracted attract d some 80me atten attention aten atenton attention ¬
tion ton when hen first frst made at Special Spial Term be because becuse because ¬
cause cuse it developed d vclop that tht through tiougb a mis mistaken mi mistaken ¬
taken taen impression concerning co corning the t wishes wishesof wishe
of the parents prent tho doctor dorlo whonttended whonttendedMrs ntend ntendMrs d dMrs
Mrs Baker at the birth of her herfntchUd herfntchUdltad first child childhad childhad
had certified crtified that the name nme of the boy boywas bo boWI boywas
was WI to be > Edward r Young Baker after afterhis aft6 afterhIs
his grandfather grandratl r Tho n parents were cm ig ignorant Ignornt 1gnorant ¬
norant nornt of o this A couple of years later laterthe laterthe laterthe
the second son 6n sonwas was 1 named Edward Young YoungBaker YOlngBker YoungBaker
Baker Bker and when this name was certified certifiedto certf
to the Board of Health Healh it was wal disclosed disclosedthat discO
that the first frst born already bore < this thisname thisnameaccording thlsnamoaccording name nameaccording
according to the oflicial ofclal records recordl though thoughin
in the family famiy circle crcle he was WI known 1101 only onlyas
as a William Wiiam Henry Baker Bker Jr JrThe JrTie JrThe
The Tie Board of Health Healh in appealing from fromthe Cromthe fronithe
the order requiring it to change Its It rec records records roeorda ¬
ords contends contnds that tht while whie it has no inter interest Inwrest interact ¬
est in the Baker Bker case one way or or the thoother th thotber theother
other to permit such an invasion 1m asian of iU iUrights It lt ltrights
rights right by mandamus mandmu proceedings proceding woul wouldcreate woulcreate l lcreate
create a precedent that tht might lead event eventually eventualy eventtinily ¬
ually ualy to endless endles confusion in the filing filingof flng flngof
certificates
of birth lcrtlfcte
10000 IOW nrvcr IU1G IV3IIGItXT IlUT v irs irsv irs1Iot 11 ID nl nlot flI flIMost
Most ot of r Them Italian iaian Prom the rartli rartliiinake lartlilluake lrtl
iinake uake StrlcUen DIstrictearly DistrictNearly District DistrictNearly
Nearly 10000 00 homeseekera home ker chiefly from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Italian Italan earthquake zone vone armed armedyesterday arrhedyetrday arrivedyesterday
yesterday yetrday on seven IVen liners lner Some had hadcome hadcome bachcome
come in the night before beror and did not got gotto gotto getto
to dock dok until unti tho tlo morning moring so they were wereclassified wor worcl wereclassified
classified cl llfed as 1 immigrants immigrant of the day It Itwas I Itwas
was wa not a record rord but it was wl the largest largestnumber largeltnumbr largestnumber
number numbr of steerage terag passenger panger that han hanarrived ha haarrived hasarrived
arrived at this port por since Ilnce the th business businessdepression blslnes blslnesdepr8lon businessdepression
depression of two years ago Next in innumbers Innumber innumbers
numbers number to the Italian Itlan immigrants Immicrantwere Immicrantwerethe were werethe werethe
the Jews JewAll JewsAl JewsAll
All Al the seven ship Ihll < t were wer not allowed allowedto alood aloodto
to land their steerage steme passengers plnge yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day because bal8 of the fear of crowding the thetalent thetalent thetalent
talent talent at Ellis l ls Island I and It is II probable probablethat probable probablethat
that todays arrivals arivall combined with withthose withthOl withthose
those thOl of yesterday yetrday may nlt come pretty prty clone cloneto elolo eloloto
to beating bating all i th > figures fgres ever compiled compiledby compied compiedby
by the th Ellis Els Inland lliand statisticians statisticiansThe statleticiansTe ttiticiansThe
The Irish ruddy blue eyed as a I rule ruleand ruleand ruleand
and Te willing wiing to talk to toaybodyundrand toaybodyundranding any anybody booV understand understanding ¬
ing their clear brand brad of English Englsh were werenumerous wer werenumerous
numerous numerOUl but not predominant predomlnantexcpt predomlnantexcptIn predomlnantexcept predomlnantexceptin except exceptin
in a physical way Moat Moetot of them carried carriedshamrocks caried cariedark
I shamrocks ark and bad cens celno to tbe man that thatmight thatmigh thatmight
might try to take them away from them themThe themTh themThe
tr r
migh The hope of the immigration Immigton officials officialswho OmeIAIwho oMolalewho
who Th are ar hop with wlthtbe the Government OOYemment is that tht thin thinspring thil thisspring
spring will 111 be b the greatest ever in the thehistory thehistor thehistory
history histor of immigration Immigratn Iratt It I surely looks looknthe 100kRI looksas
as It the folk from forign foreign par parts hae have the theimprelon theimpression
I impression tht that prlprlty pmaperlty 18 coming back backt backto
to the land ot the fre free The record cord for forthe
the t spring eprng may be b equal to t that tbat of the thesprings thespring thesprings
springs when there ther was wa not much doing doingon
on spring the th other othr side of the Atlantic Atsnte and very verymuch ver verymuch
much on thin thinTRIBUTE thiNTRU1E thisTRIBUTE
TRIBUTE TRU1E I TO HORSE I0lSE POISOffERS POISOffERSComplainant POISOEnI POISOEnComplainant POISONERSComplainant
Complainant In Court Alleges Ale5el That TI lie lieIU tiet1 liehas
IU t1 Paid More Ilore Than 200 200William 20 200William
William Wiim Press Pres3 35 years yei old of DSWillett DSWillettBtreet 8 8 Wlbtt Wlbttsrt Willhttstreet
street srt and Reuben Rubn Wolplnsky Wolpiky 30 3 yearn yearnold yer ye r rold
old of 01 Eldrldgo street were werC held yes yesterday yes yesterday ¬
terday trdy by b Magistrate Maitrate Crane in the th Tombs Tombspolice Tombspl Tombspolice
police pl court curt in 2500 210 bail b 1 each for trial trialID trialin trialin
in Special Spcil Sessions Slon on the charge of violat violating vlolat violatbig ¬
big ilg section eelon 860 G eO of the Penal Pel Code Coe which whichmakes whIchmle whichmakes
makes mle it a misdemeanor misemeanor to poison pl horace horseoor hor horor
or other animals Bllls The To men en were wer arrested arrestedon artd artdon
on on o February Feblr IV 1 in Philip PhUp Cellars stable stableat etble etbleat
at 40 Suffolk Sulolk street streetGellcr Itreet streetGellor
Gellcr told the Magistrate Magitrate that tt for forover torover forover
over Gelcr two years yeai he h and an other otr liverymen liverymenon Uvermen Uvermenon
on the lower lowe East Et Side have been bn vic victimized victimizd yb ybtimlzed ¬
timized timizd by an organized orgnized gang of black blackmailers blackmaler blackmailers ¬
mailers who poison horses hors unless unle tribute tributeis tributeI
maler is paid QeUor pln lost lOt a dozen dozn valuable valuabledraught valuabledrugt valuabledraught
draught I horses horl within witin two years yei This ThUiliard Th Thhar Thishard
hard drugt har experience exprenc her he h said sid taught tught him to tosubmit tosubmit tosubmit
submit to t blackmail blackmai Ho said that tat the thelevies thelevle thelevies
levies levle upon him hm have hve exceeded excede tzoo tzooOthetibe IZO zoo zooOther
Othetibe Other he said ald pay regular laru sums to black blackmailing blackmaiing blackmaIling ¬
mailing maiing Other le gangs Jyr to t avoid loss I0S by b having havingtheir havingtholr havingtheIr
their hor horses poisoned poisonedACOUBTA pollne pollnetOUSA poisonedAUGESTA
ACOUBTA tOUSA CHARLESTON CHARLESTONiBdaoutaK UIMTON fVHHERVLUC fVHHERVLUC4IQU111 flUfl3ZVI1An flUfl3ZVI1Anstd
iBdaoutaK std 4IQU111 Coatb e AJi AJifJ10 A fJ10 ie PM 1 P K and A W 1 tat I P if ifunexcelled A MUeozcelied
unexcelled VICZClle jeSsica ImC vto vI Peas 1181 A Atl AtlSUc AtlSUcLInsWsy IIUO aUo cfout a aLoi
LInsWsy > cer iAds
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ARRESTED AS KIDNAPPER KIDNAPPERCLFVEtin KIDNAPPER KIDNAPPERCIFIEfN KIDNAPPERCLFThEt4N1
CLFVEtin CIFIEfN FOLICE TIKE SUS SUSPECT SfS SfSICC1 susPECT ¬
PECT i IN WHITI CIS CISBellete CISIDelre C ISI ISIBelieve
Believe Delre Tti Tat That t Hey 10 Ii I Accreted lerete In an n Apart Apartment Apartmm Apartmeet ¬
meet mm H ne e In That Tat City Clynotel CItyHotel Hotel Clerk ClerkIdentifier aemIdenlnn Clerkidenhifles
Identifier Idenlnn IMetnre or Stolen Child Childas lld itlida
as a 9 One 0111 He le Saw aw Thursday Turday Night NightCLEVELAND NishtCLBVELAND NightCLeVELAND
CLEVELAND March Mar 19 1 1Tho The police polo at atmidnight atmidnight atmidnight
midnight are ar sweating swetng a I stranger stnger closely closelyanswering cloelyIwerlng closelyanswering
answering Iwerlng the description deecripton of the kid kidnapper kidnappr kidmapper ¬
napper nappr of eightyearold elgtyearold Willie Wiie Whitla Whitlaeon
eon of James P Whitla Whita of Sharon Shron Pa PaHe Pale Palie
He le won 18 arrested red at P3 P in the Hotel HotelBenway Hotl HotlBenway HotelBenway
Benway in West Wet Sixth street strt just off offSuperior of offSuperior
Superior avenue a I main min thoroughfare thoroughfareThe torouafare torouafareTe
The Te boy by is believed bleved to be b In the hands handsof
of a confederate confederte of the kidnappers kldnapper kldnapperscreted kidnapperasecreted kidnapperssecreted
secreted screted in man on a East Et EaatSide Side apartment aprtment house houseDetectives houl houlDtctves houseDetectives
Detectives Dtctves now are al ar searching sarching for him himTho himTo himThe
The To arrestof arllt arrest or f the suspect suspct was made madefollowing mde mdefolowing madefollowing
following folowing the arrival arival heTo her h of Frank Fr Buhl Buhlof Dhl Dhlof Buhiof
of Sharon Sharn an anuoc uncle of the abducted abutd child childin chid chidIn
in company compny with wih Detective Dtctiv Williams WIlam of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Perkins Detective Dtectve Agency Agnc of Pitts Pittsburg Pltt Pitteburg
burg burgThey burgThey
burgTe They Te came cme on ona a tip confirmed cnfirme by a note notereceived not notreived notereceived
received reived In Sharon today t y frdm frm the kid kidnappers kid kidnppers kidnappers ¬
nappers nppers that the child hld and an a man mn who was wasone wa waone weeone
one of the kidnappers kidnapper or a confederate confederatehad cnederate cnederatebad
had appeared appre in the Hotel Euclid Eucld late last lastnight l8t l8tnlgbt lastnight
night nlgbt making inquirires Inqulrie fora for a supposed supposedguest supposedguest uppoe uppoeget
guest get The Te Euclid Eucld is i one of the biggest biggestand blggetand
and finest finet hotels hotel in the te city The Te visit viit of ofMr ofr ofMr
Mr r Buhl Buh was a kept secret seret from frm the police policeIt polee poleeIt
It is 1 believed belee that an attempt atempt to t recover recoverthe reve revethe recoverthe
the child chid by paying pylns the 10000 100 ransom rDm de demanded de demanded doruandod ¬
manded was contemplated ntemplat The Te arrest arrestfoiled aret aretCoie arrestfoiled
foiled Coie such Slc a move but brought hope hop of an anearly anerly anearly
early erly recovery revery of tbe child childThe chid chidThe childThe
The tip tp that tha thatbrought brought Frank Fra Buhl and anda
a detective detetive here h e game ame from a clerk cler in inthe Inthe inthe
the Hotel Euclid Eucld Geor Ger OeorgP P Daugherty DaughertyHe
He noted with wih suspicion eusplcon the actions aotons of ofa ofa
a man who twice twlo called lld at at the hotel botl last lastnight latnight lastnight
night leading a child chid by b the band had and in inquiring inquiring inquiring ¬
quiring for F S Aitcbel He insisted insistedthat ine insistedthat td tdtht
that tht Mr Aitohel was wal in the th hotel and ad that thathe tht ththe thathe
the to him himThe himThe himThe
he wanted watd to deliver delver te boy by
The clerk clek had read r little ltte of the kidnap kidnapping kdap kidnapping ¬
ping but this morning momln he saw 111 pictures picturesof piotU
of the boy by and ho decided deided that tat they were werepictures we wepictur werepictures
pictures pictur of the boy b who had ha been bn at the thehotel thebotel thehotel
hotel botel He informed Intore Mr Whitla Wita and the thepolice thepolc thepolice
police polc and Whittle Wlta sent snt his bil brotherin
law aw and a detective detectiveMr detetiye
Mr 11 Buhl Bbl and the detective dettve on their theirarrival tbelr4ival theirarrival
arrival 4ival met Iet Mr Ir Daugherty Daugry who told toldhis tld tldbl toldhis
his bl story str meanwhile menwbie identifying identlfyia pictures picturesof pictur
of Billy Diy Whitla at ai the th child cbid seen sen at tbe tbeEuclid tbeEucld theEuclid
Euclid Eucld Hotel HotelA Hotl HotlA
A message mep from Police P llc Headquarters Headquarterswhile HeAdqurter8 HeAdqurter8w
while w iehis this conference confernc was wa on o announced announcedthe announc announcekt announcektthe
the capture cptre of o the e alleged kidnapper kidnappr and andchild ad adchid andhild
child chid in i the te Benway Brway Hotel Hotl and the te party partywent prty prtywet partywent
went wet there ther to t find that tt the t child cid bad ba not notfa notbn notbeen
fa bn been on found rond A bunt hut then tn was wa started startedfor st
for a supposed suppos confederate cfedert believed bleve to tohavo t tohzve
havo the child cil The Te hunt is i still atl on and andaddresses an anadrs an4iutdtes
addresses adrs divulged at the Hotel te1 Euclid Euclidare Eucld Eucldar
are ar being boi g used usedSHAHON UI usedSIIAA0N
SHAHON R1UfO Pa PI March 18 He fe is l my boy boymy boymy boymy
my boy Promise Prmie them anything give givethem givethem givethem
them anything anyhing and do not prosecute them themTell themTel themTell
Tell Tel them I stake tke my life lie they will wi not be beprosecuted beprdectt beprchecflted
prosecuted prdectt if they will wi but give back bac my myboy myhoy myboy
boy Give Gve them all a the themoney money mone they the want wantThis wantThi wantThis
This Thi was the appeal made today tody by byMrs bylr8 byMrs
Mrs lr8 Whitla mother app1 of kidnapped kidnappe Willie WillieWhitla Wile WileWhita WillieWhitla
Whitla Whita to her husband husbnd after atr he had re received re reClved received ¬
ceived Clved another letter leter this time written writtenby
by their son The letter leter which 1hch was wa mailad mailadin mai4 mail mailin
in Sharon this thi morning moring read red as a follows tolow tolowXAR followsIlcA8 V VDKAB
DKAB XAR PAPA PAPA Two bad men have me meand me mead incand
and ad if you dont send snd them 100 10000 they theywill the theywill
will wi kill ki me mein in five lve days WHMF WnLlFVHITA Your WHITLA WHITLAl WrumAIater loving son sonWHMF In InWnLlFVHITA n nVI1LiE
l lter ater Mrs n Whitla said d It I is all al right rightfor rightfor rightfor
for my husband and brother to insist that thatit
it will wi not be right to accede to the UP UPirands dl dlmands dotrends
trends of these theelen these1en men who have hve my son sonthat In Inthat sonthatit
that thatit it I will wi encourage encurag crime fime Ac c but buthe he is ismy 18my ismy
my my eon lon I want him back They cannot cannotunderstand cnnot cnnotundettanr cannotunderstand
understand undettanr how I feel fel over ovr this thi and even evenif even fvenIr
if it does encourage encurge crime to pay p y the themoney themoney themoney
money I feel f 1 that I must encourage oncurage crime crimeIt
It Iri II known that Whitla Wita late last night nightdecided nightd4cded nightclecided
decided d4cded to meet mt the kidnappers kldnappel half way wayand wayand wayand
and in some of the papers ppn at least INt inserted insertedthe IrerW IrerWte
the te signal by which the kidnappers kldnappra were wereto wereto wereto
to know that tht he was WA willing wiing to treat trat with withthem withtbem withthem
them In a great jTat space pac in one of the thoPlttsburg thePltiburg thePltthburg
Plttsburg Pltiburg papers today there ther appears appearsA appr appearsAA
A AA A Will Wi Vitldoaarequested do ro aa 1 requested ruestd JP JPW JPWMyster7 1 P W WMysfor WIYltlr
Mysfor In ho h surrounded the case all allday al allclay
day It I is I iM not no denied Ilelled that a great portion portionof prton prtonor
of the lel leUr letter r fir fr tiNt t received re ivtd by the Whitlan Whitlanyesterday Wbltl Wbltly Whitiasyesterday
yesterday y terday from frm the kidnappers ad addressed addte11 addressed ¬
dressed dte11 by Willie Wiie has been ben concealed concealedOnly conrale concealedOnly I IOnly
Only a small smal port PI of it was 11 given to the thepublic thepuhfl I
public publicJ pbl
J > L is whimpered that the letter IfUer threat threattaed Ihreatmed threatned
med certain crtln and fearful death d th to th thchild the thechid thechild
child chid lr I any intimation Intmation of the kidnapping kidnappingwas
was WI made mde public publc The letter leter was Wa timed timedso tme
so as a to reach rech the Whitla home homeabott about the thetime thetime thetime
time Mr Ir Whitla reached rlhe home for lunch lunchand lunchand lunchand I
and it is i thought thouglt it was intended intende as al a avery avery avery I
very private communication to the thefsthe thet thefmthe
fsthe fstheThe t the theXhe
fmtheThe
The fact that Mrs Whitla Witl and the daugh daughter ¬
ter already alreay badly baly alarmed alarm6 were at home homeand homeBnd homeand
and opened opne the letter itir made mAe part pt of o the thecontents thecontnts thecontents
contents contnts public publc property This Is one oneof oneof oneof
of the reasons relns why Mr Ma Whitla Witl and his hisvery hI hIver hisvery
very ver close clo friends have been bn so 1 badly badlyworried bly blywoie badlyworried
worried woie over the matter matOr fearing fearng the thekidnappers thekidnappna thekidnappers
kidnappers kidnappna might migt make mke away with the theboy theby theboy
boy by to t save lve themselves themselvesFrank themelves themelvesFrank themselvesFrank
Frank H Buhl the towns leading ledlnr citi citizen cit citlarm ¬
zen and uncle of the missing mlling boy has hastaken h hten hastaken
taken ten personal charge cwat of the search searchand searchand earchand
and the 200 2 0 officers otcen and private pr vAt detec detectives de detectiv ¬
tives tlY6S tiv a are reporting rporting to t him hi Mr Buhl Buhlhas Dhll Dhllha Buhihas
has ha allowed alowed It II to t become be known know that he bewill hewl hewill
will wl give Ive 4100000 100 In I cash cah for the return returnof re I
of o the child cbld and ad andfor for the arrest aes of o the kid kidnappers kidnappere ¬ i
nappers npper The rich Iron man appears appearsto apper
to tc have ave a different dlleret idea Iea of o the matter matterfrom mtt matterfrom
from that of the to boys bo parents parent He Ht wants wantsto want
to t t4 fight fightSmash tight fightSmaah
Smash Smal em emsrnash smash rb eml was wa the only onlyreply oolyreply onlyreply
reply Mr Dhl Buhi Buhlwould would oldmake make today tdy to a afriend atriend afriend
friend who got his hi hi ear er for a minute and andwould andwold andwould
would wold have hve talked tlke with Uh him hm about abot the thedisappearance thedlpparnc thedIsappearance
disappearance dlpparnc of the boy boyMr b boyMr
Mr Buhl on his hi own account acnt today todayemployed tody todyemploed todayemployed
employed emploed thirty of the beat bat detectives detetve to tobe tob tobe
be b had h In this tl part of the United Stated StatedA Stte
A systematic yetmtlo search learob par of r Sharon Shon was w begun begunand begunand
ORn ORnand
and each eh house hos where whr It Is I suep suepd < k > tea by bythe bythe
the authorities authortle that tht the boy susp may my be behidden behidden behidden
hidden la II being bing looked locke over from rom cellar cellarto celar celarto
to garret Thlsjias Tis This ias causedcome cu caused some hard hardfeelings hrd hrdtelngl hardfeelings
feelings telngl an al some J of those whose whee houses houseswero housewere houseswere
were searched searled protested prod bitterly
Ten person were placed plad under arrest arrestduring arrestdurng arrestdurtn
during durng pnon the day dy because beuse they th objected objed to t a asearch aieIrcb asearon
search ieIrcb but bt wero released later Jatr The Thosearching T Thesearching
searching Irh108 ajl alhevlae alhevlaet p heavily parties prM anaed went wot re in I groups r of four fourajl for foralhevlae fourp
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4JINAlD1 41RIN411D3 GAL i 1IGlT 1IGlTPoll NIG WIIT WIITPolitical lIT lITPolitical
Political Poll 1 UlBBer Dlm Iisa4 and aD Reception tUo Given Give b btlieNflw by bytbe nytheNow
tlieNflw tbe Ni New York Yor Cot Cotplc Countess CountessSptctol
I Sptctol Spc plc t CMt Detfatth Dftl lo f In Tl SUN SUMIOKDON SUNIIHO SUNIiotcub
IOKDON IIHO March l rch l 19The The Te Countess Counta o oOranard or orGranad ofGranard
Oranard Granad formerly forerly Miss M Beatrice Beatico Mill Millof Millsof m mat
of New York Yor assumed a umed the position potoD of a aGovernment aGovement aGovernment
Government Govement hostess hoBel tonight when he sh shgave se sea she shegave
gave a V a large political piicl reception repon preceded precedetby prede
by a dne dinner to Premier Prie and Mrs Asqulth AsqulthThe AsquithThe uith uithThe
The only onlyAmerican American nerlcn among the dinner dlnueguests dinnerguest dinnerguests
guests was wasMr Mrs Lewis Lewi Harcourt Hoourt Th Thtable Te Tetable The Thetable
table decorations deoatlna were wespin pink double doubletuip tulips tulipsA
A thousand guests le were invited to t th threception to to1eepton the thereception
reception 1eepton The Te Earl Ea of Grauord Gr and ad the theCountess t theCountess
Countess C unte received recive them the at the top topot of th thmarble te temarble the themarble
marble staircase ltlc The Te Countess Cnt wore worthe worethe oe oethe
the same lame gown gwn she le wore at the recent recencourt rnt rntour recentdourt
court our and the te diamond dimond tiara tar and Bd necklace neoklacwhich neodae neodaehich necklacewhich
which hich created ct such a sensation senlton on that thaoccasion tt ttoco thatoccaIon
occasion occasionThe occaIonThe
oco
The Te decorations deratons of the drawing drwIng room roomwhere roomhee roomwhere
where hee the band bad of the Scots Sot Guards Guardsplayed Ou Guardsplayed
played playe were wee pink pin azaleas azle and ad tulips tulipsThe tip tulipsThe
The Te guest get spread Ipd into int the two drawing drawingrooms dw8 dw8roome drswmgrooms
rooms and ad te the ballroom balroom preventing preventlniovercrowding preventg preventgovecrwdi preventingovercrowdln
overcrowding ovecrwdi A buffet bufet supper was wasserved wa wared waaaeryed
served red in the te dining room roomAmong rm rmAong roomAmong
Among Aong the te rAmes Americans who attendee attendeethe attende attendedthe
the reception rpion were wee Ambassador Aba or one oneMrs and andM andMrs
Mrs M Whltelaw Witelw Reid Ri Capt Cpt Cloraan Con Mil Miltary MI MIIItary
tary tar Attach Atth of the American Ameie Em Embassy Emb8Y Embaasy ¬
bassy and ad Mrs M Cloman Comn John Ridgeley RidgeleyCarter ldaele RidgeleyCarter
Carter Crr Secretary See of the Embassy F and andMiss Bd BdMi andMiss
Miss Mi Carter Ca Mrs M Arthur Arhur Orr Or wife we of o the theThird theTird theThird
Third Tird Secretary Seret of the Embassy Eba Mrs MrsGlasgow Mr MrsGlasgow
Glasgow Gl18go Mrs M Higgins Bigll Mrs Mr Dominguoz Dominguozand DmlnKes DmlnKesandM
and andM Miss Irene Catalin Ctin A majority mjorit oi oithe of ofth ofthe
the th Cabinet Cinet Ministers Minit and ad many mny peers peersand pl pland peersand
and leading leiS members meber of the House Ho ot ofCommons otCmm oTCommons
Commons Cmm n and their thei wives wive were wer present presentHORSEBACK prent prentHORSEBACK presentHORSfDACK
HORSEBACK RIDING CABINET CABINETThey
RIDIN C4BINEI C4BINEITey
They Tey AH Practice IUee It nallinger IDalnler Days Daysflooievelte 00 00ROOeveU1 BuysRoOeeltC
flooievelte ROOeveU1 Riding IdloS Hone HoneWASJOTMOTOX Hne HneWA HorseWsnioior
WASJOTMOTOX WA IOT March Mc 10Rlchard j9 Richard A ABalllnger ABalngr ABallinger
Balllnger Balngr the Secretary Sect of the Interior Interiorbos Jntrir Jntrirhl18
baa bought bught of Theodore Theor Roosevelt Rvelt the tbehorse te tehor thehorse
horse hor Roawell which whc Mr Roosevelt Rev lt usec usecfor us used usedfor
for riding rdng about abut Washington when be bewas bewa hewas
was wa President Pridet Mr I Bollinger B11 Is very veryfond ver veryfond
fond fo of borsaback hm riding rdil rid1n In making m dng the thepurchase tbepurh thepurchase
purchase purh Mr M Balllnger Bing was wa obliged oblg to tostipulate tostpulat tostipulate
stipulate stpulat that tht Roswell Rwell would not be b sold soldto soldto d dto
to a liveryman lvela or for use u by the Govern Government Gover Governinant ¬
ment Roswell Rel named ne after aftr the native nativetown ntye ntyetown nativetown
town of Mr Roosevelts Rvels mother was wa tbe tbefavorite tbefavorit thefavorite
favorite favorit rdl riding horse hre of the th former fontr Presi President Pi Pidet President ¬
dent det Mr Bellinger Blipr in addition to his hlaliking hi hisliking
liking Idnl for forho forhorseback horseback eb riding is i an a enthu enthusiastic enthl enthlliato enthiialastio ¬
siastic liato motorist motort and out in i Seattle Stte where wherehe
he has h his hi legal residence ridenc he drove his hisown bisow hisown
own ow car cr
It I is i to r be b a horsobadTTTding hOlbao lng Cabinet CabinetPresident Cinet CinetPreldent CabinetPresident
President Taft rides rlde nearly ner every ovr after afternoon att afternoon ¬
noon that tht he is here her on his hi big hone honeTate hor horseTate
Tate Sterrett Stertt Jacob Jacb M Dickinson Dldd0bn the theSecretary theSctar theSecretary
Secretary Sctar of War dotes dt on blooded horses horsesand hor horsesand e
and owns the Belle Blle Mfde Meade farm near nearNashville ntarNa nearNuhvilIe
Nashville Na hvie Tonn one of the t finest fe t stock stockfarms eo stockfarms
farms arl In the te country cuntr Philander Philde C Knox Knoxthe Knothe Knoxthe
the Secretary Sctsr of State Stat rides ride horseback horsebacka hoc hOraebaa
a good part of the tb thotirne time he spends at hIs bJsfarm I hIsfarm
Pd pr o tmf spnd
farm near uerVane Valley Forge Fors Pa Pl but b b he likes likesdriving Uke likesdriving
driving dYin alsoi a8 and ae when he be was Wa Attorney AttorneyGeneral Atte AttorneyGeneral
General Gene he hebiuldled Handled the reins r4ine over the most moststunning rooststunning
lde t
stunning stn n pair pi of offset fast fatrt trotters rsoyer seen I in inWu Wash Washington WashIpgton ¬
ington ing George Oe von yn L Meyer Meer the Sec Secretary Be Beeeatery ¬
eatery itr of the theNavy Navy NaV does do a great let deal de of ofhorseback ofhorseba ofhorseback
horseback riding rldig and last It Sunday Sundy was wasout wasout as asout
out for a canter cnter as usual uul with Senator SenatorLodge Snator SnatorLdg SenatorLodge
Lodge Ldg James Jame Wilson Willn the Secretary fTr of ofAgriculture ofAgricltur ofAgriculture
Agriculture Agricltur 5 likes lie good horses horsestOVRT hT hTlOlRT
COURT lOlRT CLERK GLILTY GLILTYMane GI1TI GI1TIMue iIJILTIMass
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Mane Accepted Aepte a Bribe for Changing ChangingPxclie OanClnc OanClncFrlle ChangingIxcIse
Pxclie Frlle Case Cal Record ItecordThe Ieold IeoldTbe RecordThe
The jury jur in General Oenerl Sessions that tht has hasbeen h3 hasbeen
been n trying Herbert Herbrt Mae 1 the assistant assistantclerk alistnt alistntolerk assistantclerk
clerk of Special pl Sessions SeloD who lost lot his hisjob hisjob hiajob
job three thr years yer ago when he le was wa Indicted Indictedfor
for accepting aceptng a bribe hrlb of 140 10 to change changethe
the records rerds of the court brought brou h in a averdict averdict averdict
verdict of guilty guity last night with lh a strong strongrecommendation Itrongrommendton strongrecommendation
recommendation rommendton for lo mercy mercyThe mery meryThe mercyThe
The apeclfio spl epeciflceoniplalnt oconpllnt oordplaint against Maae Maaecharged Masecharged Iae Iaecharged
charged that tat on November 23 imw 19 he hatook hetok hetook
took tok from Frank Frn A K > Boland a lawyer lawyerUO lawer
110 UO for having hving on November 19 caused causedthe cause caueedthe
the papers paper in two twc excise exci violation vlolation vioIationcaaee vioIationcaaeeagainst cases casesagainst e
against Harry Jlarr I IA > Holmes Holme 4 0 t saloon keeper keeperto
to be marked M Discharged Dishrged on his bi own ownrecognizance OWI ownrecognizancew
recognizance and of entering the cases casesupon CRles CRlesupon casesupon
upon the calendar when they did no nocbelong nobelong nobelong
belong there Boland admitted admited his part partin prt prtin
in the transaction tr naoon and was wa disbarred disbarredupon dilbrred dilbrreduponbls disbarredupon
upon uponbls his own statement ttement He was wa the theprincipal thl theprincipal
principal princpl witness witnes for the prosecution prosecutionDuring proeollon proeollonDuring prosecutionDuring
During the thetrl trial Justice Justc Zeller Zeler of Special SpecialSessions SpeialSelions SpecialSessions
Sessions Selions testified teltl ed to placing placlnp his initials initialsu Initals Initalsupon
u pan Ofl the discharge papers ppers He explained explainedthat
that the papers plpeMbad pgpersMd had come to him with a agreat agr agreat
great gr t many man others and that he had in initialled InItaled initialled ¬
itialled Italed them without suspecting su pectlng thatjthey thatjtheyhad thalthey thaltheyhad thattheyhad
had not been properly passed pssed u upon pon Mate Matetook Mae Maetook Matetook
took the stand yesterday and made a ageneral ngenerai ageneral
general denial of the charges against aln8t him himJudge himJudIe himJudge
Judge Malone will wi sentence sentenceMae Mase on onMarcli 01 onMarch
March larel SI 31 He le may maYlet get five fve years ye1 im imprisonment 1mprlonment 1wprisodment ¬
prisonment prlonmenttRlESTED prisodmenttRftE8TED prisonmentARRESTED
ARRESTED tRlESTED O ON POLICY POLlI CHARGES CHARGESPolitical CII4 SW ES ESPolitical
Political Polttal Helper Helpr oLBIx Die Tim Surprised 8urrled by byOutcome b hyOutcome
Outcome OtCOMI of Visit I1 to Court CourtJohn CourtJohn CourtJohn
John B Weidler Weidlr better bettr known aa aaBrownie nsBrownie asBrownleN
Brownie a political polticl lieutenant leutennt of Big BigTim BigTim BigTim
Tim Sullivan Bulvan and proprietor proprietr of a caf6 ct6 at at2t
828 8 2t Bowery Hc1 th the h upper up r floors foo of which whichwere whichwere hl hlwore
were raided raidd on February Februar 11 1 In a roundup roundupof
of supposed policy polcy men was arrested areted in inih9 Inhe intho
ih9 he supp Tomb police pic court cort yesterday yestdy and andarraigned andarigned andarraIgned
arraigned arigned on two charges chargs aimed alm at con connecting connectng conneoting ¬
necting nectng him with wih the policy polcy game gme One Onecharge Onechrp Onechargb
charge chrp was 118 qt aiding aldln and abetting abtng the thels theIsue theIssue
ls Issue ue of policy slips the other othr of having havingpolicy havingpolicy
policy poUc paraphernalia prphrcUa pley In his hi possession ponsefslonOn ptloD ptloDOn o bvi
On each ut he was wa held hld in 1000 10 tl tfailand call and an as ashis 18 18bll ashis
his arrest arst was w a surprise surrla he went wet to t the theTombs te teTo theTombs
Tombs To prison prln until unti Tony ony Ast the th turf turfman trt trtmJ turfTflli ¬
man furnished fib bonds bondsWeidlor bond bondsWeidlar
mJ Weidlor had gone to t the court In the
Interest intrelt of George Oeor Henry Hia Albert Albr cour Button Buttonand Suttn Suttnand Suttonand
and Frank Frn Amato Amt who were arrested In Ina Ina ina
a raid rid by Qeputy Police Polee Commissioner Oomlioner art
Hanson Hnn and an Qpty a squad lud of detectives dttlvel The Themen Themen Themen
men had bd been b released Iee under undr bonds to toappear toappr toappear
appear before Magistrate la atrate Crane yester yesterday yeterday ter terd ¬
appr day d Warrants Warnt bad h < been bn Issued l d for
Weidlers arrest art and as soon an as a he b en entered entrd entered ¬
tered trd tho 9ourt courtroom or room he was taken tken Into Intocustody intocustody
custody 0 It I was wallltb irrtha search aroh of evidence eiden
In these cases cal that t t Lieut Met Goldhammer Goldhammerwas Goldhmmr Goldhmmrwal
was shot and killed kUed The Te bearings hearln was wasadjourned ws wasadjourned
adjourned to March M 24 34Mri 24IUrl 24Mr
Mri IUrl T C Platt Patt to Erect Eret a Fine Fne Home foae foaeMJDDLE houseM1DDLEowN HomeMIDDLETOWN
MIDDLETOWN MJDDLE WN N Y March 10 ItMr ItMrLlla ILMrsLillian Mrs MrsLillian
Llla Lillian Plan Plt wife of Senator Thomas Toml18 O OPlatt 0Platt CPlatt
Platt Is to t erect erct one on of the finest fnet reel residences reeldences resldances ¬
dences in this part of Orange county countytiro countyMrs
Mrs rs Platt owns on Tioga Lodge Ldge at Central CentralValley Cntral CntralValey CentralValley
Valley Valey which was WI formerly tonory tho tboBummer tboBummerhome summer summerhomo
home of Senator Sentor Platt PJtt and tho new ne real realdonee rsl rsldence realdance
dance Is to be bullion buUtonrnajolnlnc buUtonrnajolnlncwhch grounds adjoining adjoiningwhich adjoiningwhich
whch which Mrs Platt purchased two years yearsago yearsago an anqo
ago Tioffa Lodge tle Plttprb Is i noted not I as ti the th scene BOne of ofmany otm7 ofmany
many clambakes clbke given 81 l by b Senator Sntr Platt Platttp Pltt Plttt PlattUt
I tp m7 t Ma I New Ne York orad and Washington WabfolD friends fend
1
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JEROME JRROIB RAIDS WITh AN AXE AXEBEADS AlEBEADS AXEUEAIS
BEADS A PARTY PIlTt THAT SWOOPS SWOOPSWOItA SJOOIS SJOOISIHN S WOOlSDOWN
DOWN IHN ON SECOND SECONI AYENVE AYENVEHed nENUEHed
Hed Arranged Araced to Watch Wtl the te Place Plae and andIlls ad adtl andHis
Ills tl Man Ma Had Been Offered O ered Money Ie to toTip t tTip tTip
Tip Off u 0 aa a Inipeetlon JlpeUeven InspeotIoneven Seven Prison Prisonerf In Inen
era Taken TaeoNo TakenNo No Gamine Implements ImplementsDistrict Implfmet ImplfmetD ImplementsDistrict
District D tri t Attorney ttorey Jerome personally personallyled prsonaly prsonalyle
led le a raid rid against aglnt an alleged alegd gambling gamblinghouse gmbling gmblinghoue gamblinghouse
house houe at 123 23 Second avenue ea e eaejy ly y th thmorning this tblamorig thismorning
morning morig leading a party p which Included IncludedMagistrate IncludedMllatrm includedMagIstrate
Magistrate Mllatrm Krotel KrtJ Assistant ABlstt District Jitrict At Attorney At Attorney ¬
torney tmeuhy Murphy Inspector Inpeotor Russell Rul Capt CaptHerllhy Cap Captflerlihy
Herllhy Herlhy and nd an army of detectives detetlve with witla witba
a patrol ptrol wagon w gon to tobrng tobring bring up the te rear rearDistrict rearDitric rearDistrict
District Ditric Attorney Atomey Jeromes Jeres raid rad las lasnight lat latnht lastnight
night nht followed tolowe a a strenuous trnuoUII day of action actionagainst actionqt actiongaiist
against the place pla Some time tie ago ao Jerome Jeromemade Jeromema Jeromeinadesu
qt ma inadesu made an ajemet agreement with wis the th police poli that thatplaces th thatplaces
places plhoul should bo b carried ce aa a clear cle on the thelists their theirllt theirlists
lists llt or else e that tbt they should be b turned turnedover tue turnedover
over ovr to t him if i the th police pUcf failed le to get ge evi evidence ei cvidance ¬
dance dec against them Among AoDI the places placesturned place placesturned
turned tume alai0t over to the District Ditric Attorney for forhis forhi forhis
his hi supervision luprilon was 111 the th Second Snc avenue avenuehouse aveue aveuehouappe avenuehouseauppoaed
house houappe houseauppoaed supposed to be b owned owne by Herman HermanBoaenthal Beran BeranRenthl HermanRosenthal
Rosenthal BoaenthalJerome Renthl RosenthalJerpn 1 1Jerm
Jerome Jerm sent ant for Rosenthal Rnthal and told toldhim tol tolblm toldhim
him that he must mut stand atnd for a regale regulainspection regl regaleInspection I
inspection inpton A wordy woy row between btwen the thetwo te thetwo I
two followed folowe but Rosenthal Rtba finally fy agreed agreedto a
to allow aow any ay officer otor of the District Dl trict At Attorneys Attes Attorneps ¬
torneys tes office otceto to inspect Inpt his hs place pla fie fierefused nerefu flerefused
refused refu to allow alloW the police plc to t enter eter it ithowever Ithwle ithoweyer
however howeverDistrict hwle hwleDltc howeyerDistrict
District Dltc Attorney Attore Jerome Jerme thereupon thereuponappointed tbereuponappinted thereuponappointed
appointed appinted a 1 olerk olek Em Emil Klingo Kligo to look lookafter lok loka lookalter
after a r Bosenthals Rethl8 place plc and shortly after afterKllnge aft afterElinge
Kllnge Kinge had made me his h first ft inspection iD8pton a aman amn aman
man mn representing reprEntng himself himel as 8 coming cominffrom coig coigfrm comingfrom
from frm Rosenthal Reth approached apprhe Klingo KingoBd KingoBdtld one onetold and andtold
told tld him hm that he could earn e easy eymoney eymoneybytlppig money moneyby moneyby
by bytlppig tipping the place plce whenever wheever there thoe was wasto wut wasto
to t be an inspection inspectionKlinge ipetion ipetionKlge inspectionKlinge
Klinge Klge told tld the District Distict Attorney AU rney one onegot ad adgot and andgot
got orders ore to t go ahead aead He met the te man managain mn mnapln managain
and fixed the matter be between between
again they tbe fxe mate up be ¬
tween twen them tem and ane also 11 made similar lar ar arrangements arranloen arrangernenta ¬
rangements ranloen for a house hou in Seventh Sventh street streetKlinge etret etretKligeten streetElinge
Klinge Kligeten then told Rosenthal Rthl several eal times timesbefore time timesbefore
before beoe an inspection ispIon but up to a night or orso oralo orso
so ago Mr Jerome had thought thoght that it itwas ita itiran
was a nothing more than a a poolroom poolroomThen plrom plromhen pootroomThen
Then hen he was wa told that gambling gamblng was wasalso 111 wasaLso
also al going on in the place Tho same sameman sameman e eman
man who had first frat approached Klinge Klingecame Klnge Klngecame Kllngecame
bun and informed him that thatit
came to hi again inoned hi tat tatit
it to know of inspectionthat
was 111 necessary necr any inspection inspetlontht
that tht might be b madeviu maOat nfght nrghtThen Then tho1 tho1District tMDitrict thdDistrict
District Ditrict Attorney Attom made arrangements arrangementsfor arrangement
for the raid raidThe rd rdThe raidThe
The police plce were W4r called CDled in and told to toreport toreprt toreport
report reprt to r the te District Ditrc Attorney Attore office ofc at
1130 19 lost lat night They Tey were taken tken direct directto dlrecto
to Roaenthalft Rlntal place pile an old fashioned fashionedthree tashlonedtree fashionedthree
three tree stoiy affair lair Mr Jerome waked wakeddown walkeddown walked walkeddown
down into the basement bment with wit Magistrate MagistrateKrotel Magistrt MagistrateKr
Krtllnd Kr Krotel tel and nd his h assistant ulstant and knocked knocke on onthe one ontreddor
the treddor treddorI e door doorI dor
I am the District Dlatlct Attorney Atteyot of this thiscounty tll thiscounty
county cuntyand and I demand admittance admlttanc he heaald held heeald
aald ld I IThere
aaldThere There Ther ldTher was 118 no response responseGet lepons responseGet
Get buy bu said lald District Attorney AttorneyJerome Atrey AtreyJerome AttorneyJerome
Jerome to t the th police polc Axes Ax at once were weremade weremade weremade
made ready rady and the police polc began bgan to tohammer toI tohammer
I hammer hamme on the door doorHold doorMHoid doorHold
Hold on a minute minut weve got enough enoughcame enogh enoghcame enoughcame
came a voice voic frm from Inside You can get getn gt gtIn getIn
In n by going around arnd to the rear rar of the house houseand hous houseand
and climbing clmbing down a fire fr escape escapeWhen escap escapeWhen
When they got to the rear of th the house househe houle houlethe housethe
the District Attorneys Atorneya party party was wa ad admitted admite admitted ¬
mitted mite Into a longlow long low room roomlnwhioh In which seven sevenmen even evenmen sevenmen
men were standing stndng Rosenthal ROenthal was wa not notamong notamong notamong
among them them All Al wero placed under underarrest underart underarrest
arrest art and at once taken to tho night nightcourt nightcourt nightcourt
court to await Magistrate Krotel and the therestof theItt therestof
restof Itt the raiding rdng party partyDistrict partyDistrict partyDistrict
District Attorney Attorey Jerome and his men mennow mennow mennow
now followed Coloed by a curious crious crowd pro pro ¬
ceeded cded at once to 38 Seventh street etrt an anapartment anaprtment anapartrnenthouse
apartment aprtment apartrnenthouse house hous The police polc had al already alrdy already ¬
ready rdy got In In there tlere and the District Dstrict At Attorney Attorny Attorney ¬
torny torney was told that the th place had been beenempty heenempty beenempty
empty when they arrived arrivedDistrict arrivedlstrict arrivedDistrict
District lstrict Attorney Attorey Jerome went upstairs upstairsn
In n the house until unt he came cm to the apartment apartmentoccupied aprtment aprtmentocupled apartmentoccupied
occupied by the owner Harry Sopolsky Sopolskyle
He forced tor his hl way in and went through throughthe
the apartment aprent to a bedroom broom The owner ownerwas ownerwae ownerwas
was in bed bd His wife and children chidren were werehuddled werehuddle werehuddled
huddled huddle in the middle of the floor crying cryingWhy cryingWby cryingVby
Why didnt you put those gamblers gamblersout gamblersot
out ot of here long ago demanded demnded the theDistrict theDstric theDistrict
Dstric District Attorney of the owner who whoseemed whoseeme whoseemed
seemed seeme scared almost alm lt to unconsciousness unconsciousnessI
I couldnthe couldnt he replied repliedNow repled repledow repliedNow
Now ow you yo get these thes people out of hero heron her
In n just one week eek or I will wi have you before beforeho beforetho beforethe
ho Grand Jury Jur of this thl county count and from fromhere fromthere fromthere
there you Y I will 1 go to jail jailWith jai jailWith
With Wih that tht the he District Derlct Attorney turned turnedabout tured turedAbout turnedabout
about and joined the rest of the party pary for forhe torthe forthe
the trip tripto to t the night nlghtcourtwherethe con rt r w here the seven sevenmen lven lvenmen sevenmen
men arrested artd at 123 Second Scond avenue were werewaiting werewaiting werewaiting
waiting for them themAt them themAt
At 2 23 2O SO oclock ococ Mr Jerome who VN ho had hadeen hadbeon hadbeen
been > een questioning the prisoners prl8nera ordered ordereda ordere
a charge of keeping keepns a gambling 18mhlng house houseagainst houseaginst houseagainst
against aginst Hyman Rosenthal RosenthalTV Rosenthl RosenthlTJBOT RosenthalT1101104T
TV TJBOT T1101104T fl BO AT ME JIX MEV GOT HER OUT OUTVernboat OUTFelboat OUTFerrtHat
Vernboat Felboat PaMtnger Pme Wont Tell Trl nhy hy She SheJumped Sheupl SheJumped
Jumped upl In InAs InAf InAs
As Af the the Pennslvanla Railroad lalroad ferry ferryboat ferr ferryboat ¬
boat Newark Newark of the Cortlandt Crtlandt street stret line linewas lne lnewas linewas
was Heading teadlng for her slip slp in Jersey City Cityarly Ciy Ciyearl Cityearly
early earl yesterday yestrday afternoon aftroon a fairly well wellIressed wel welldressed
dressed drssd woman about abut 38 years yeai old oldumped oldjumpd oldumped
jumpd umped overboard overbar from the upper deck deckhere deokTher deckThere
Ther here was a great grat commotion uppr among amon amonthe
he women passengers paloler and a quick qul k wltted wltteddeckhand witd witddeckhnd wietedeckhand
deckhand deckhnd threw several sverl life le preservers preserversnto prerer
Into the th water watr The Te floundering founderlnl woman womanlutobed wom womanclutched
clutched clutobe one oe of the preservers prarer as Ft bobbed bobbedon bbb
on a wave and floated fot down the river riverCapt riverCapt riverCapt
Capt Dan Creogan of the tugboat tubt Hague Haguekeard
Crell Be
heard hear the signals la1 of distress diltrsl and ran rn nls
boat bt alongside alopK the floater fioatr H He plotted plotteder Iloke iiokedher
her er up and hd landed her at the th foot fot of ofMor ofMorra Mor Morris Mortie ¬
tie ra street tret Jersey City Ciy First Firt aid to the therownlng t
administered and
drowning was admlnlstrd the thawoman thewoman
th
woman womn was wa taken t n to the te City CitY Hospital Hopital
She Sheuldthat said that she was a Mary Mar Fallen Fallenul
b11 bi ul refuses rluI6 to tell tl < where wher she lived lved Falon or orwhy or1y orWhy
why 1y she went overboard overboardLICfHTNIffO overbar overbarLIOBNINO overboardLIII13lNIiYGCALCULATOR
LICfHTNIffO LIII13lNIiYGCALCULATOR CALCULATOR fAlCVIATOR GONE OONEIxist GONELot GONELeSt
LeSt Lot His II Reckoning konlnl After Arr8trlklna Striking the theCity theCiy theCity
City Ciy Fr Frinl Front m anlndlana Jnlaa Jndlana Farm FarmIrwln Far FarmIrin
Irwln Kadel manager for Marvelous MarvelousGriffith Marelous MarelousGrlmth MarvelousGriffith
Griffith the the lightning lahtnlng calculator calclar die discovered diecoverea diacovered ¬
covered that his hi charge was missing mialng and andreported andrepr andreported
reported his hi absence ab nco to 1olloe 1010 Head Headquarters Headquarters ¬
quarters quarer repr last Jt night nightNadel nightNadel nightNadel He
Nadel says that tht he left lef Griffith Orifth at atwontythlrd
Twentythird street tr and d Broadway on
Thursday Turay And told tUIhbn him f to go 0 to their theirapartment theiraprmet theirapartmente
apartment aprmet at the t ielvlder Belvldero Hotel Hoteleighteenth
eighteenth Eightth street Itreet and Fourth avenue
Griffith Grth hasnt bnt been ben seen en since Ino Nadel Nadelsaid Nael NaelMldthtbefotnd Nadelsaid
said Mldthtbefotnd that he found Griffith Grlfthon on a farm lah In Inndtatna
ndtatna Indin and that tt Orifflth Orfth la i very verUmld verytimid timid In IncIUe incl5as
cIUe cl5as itles l ILkt engagement They Thy were we e here looking lklns for a avaude vaudo ssudsILkt
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USED LONGWORTOS LNGWORTHS NAME NAMEMan NAMEIla NAMESian
Man Ila Arrested Arelte for Trying Ttns to t Pass Pa Check CheckBearing Chek Cheknurl ChecksHearing
Bearing nurl Congressmans Conarea Alleged 11e Signature SignatureCIXCZNMATI 8ltUe 8ltUeODCNlATJ SignatureCntczNNaTx
CIXCZNMATI ODCNlATJ March Mch 10 10A A well wel dressed dressecyoung d dressedyoung
young man m who registered rgit at TEe TheSinton TEeSlnton e eSntn
Slnton Sntn Hotel as n F E Pierce Pierc of Dos Boston Ds Dstn Doston
ton tn was arrested It tonight tnght and is i h held heldon lc lcon
on suspicion Bsplcn Pierce Pierc tried te unsuoceos unsuoceosfully UDCO unsuccessfully
fully fuly oo 8 far as a can cn learned be eed to t pass passphecks p passphiecks
phecks Phol at the Sinton Sitn and ad at many mer mercantile mercntie marcantile ¬
cantile cntie es tablishmeuta tbliet for 4100 10e40h 10e40hprring 100 each eachpurporting eaohpurporting
purporting prring to bear bets the signature elate or in indorsement indorment indorsement ¬
dorsement dorment of Congressman Coniean Nicholas NicholasLongworth Nichola NicholasLongworth
Longworth LongworthHis Lngorth LngorthHi
His Hi plan was 18 to purchase purch a lot of mer merchandise merchandi marchandite ¬
chandise chandi and ad order it sent It to the home homeof
of Congressman Cgan an Longworth Lngor in this ths city citytendering cityderg citytendering
tendering derg in payment py t checks ehes for sums sumslarger sumslarge sumslarger
larger large than th the te amount aout of the bill bi He Hesaid Heid Hesaid
said id he b was Wa an a Ultimate Intmt friend trend of Mr MrLongworth MrLngorth MrLongorth
Longworth Lngorth All Al of the storekeepers torep were weresufficiently weresutclet weresufficiently
sufficiently sutclet wise it appears appr to decline declinesuch declne declneBucb declinesuch
such negotiations negotiationsMMVB negotiatonsOVLDN1 negotiationseOULDNT
MMVB HI W WCOULDNT
COULDNT PROVE THEIR THEIl AGES AGESB AGESMe
80 B 10000 00 Old Persons Per In Ireland Irelad Have Havete a ate
te Uve Without Wtent Pensions Pensionsspecial PelO PelOSplt PassionsSpec
special Splt Spec l Com CG Dttpatch Dpc to t TSP T Sue StmLONDON S SueiONDON
LONDON LNDN iONDON March Mrh 19 18Trur 19Treasury Treasury officers officerswho ocer oloerswho
who were wr sent lent to Ireland Inld to t investigate investigatethe InTetgat
the validity vaidiy of the unexpectedly unexp edy large largenumber lrge lrgenumbr largenumber
number numbr of ofold old age ae pension pe0lon claims claim file filethere fie filedthere
there ter have hve reported repor that tht some 0000 60 50coopersona 0000persons
persons Pen in receipt of pensions pnons have hve been beenstruck bon bonetrck beenstruck
struck etrck off of the list listTbe lit listTbe
Tbe disqualifications dlual otlon were mostly duo duoto do doto duoto
to the Inability inbUtyot of the pensioners penioner to prove provetheir prvo prvoter provetheir
their ter ages agesHELD agO agOHELD agesHELD
HELD COURT COUR ON A TRAIN TR4INew TRUNNew TRAINNew
New Jersey Jtrey Supreme Supree SupremeCourt Court Cout Jastlce Hears Hearsa
a Cue In a Smoking 8mole Car CarTRENTON CarfIPTON CarrnToN
TRENTON fIPTON N J March Mach 19 19The The smoking smoklnfcar smokig smokigcr smokingcorona
car cr corona on a Pennsylvania Pennylvani Railroad Rild Raiiroadtraln train trn bourn bournfrom bund bundfrom boundfrom
from Camden to Trenton served
Cdn Trentn lre today todayas tday tdaya
as a a temporary tempry Supreme Court chamber chamberTwo chamberTwo chain her herTwo
Two lawyers lawyer discovered dicover Justice Justic Garri Garrison Garl Garln Oarrbson ¬
son n on the train trin and Bd at t their request requet he heheard b heheard
heard be application applcton to set et aside aide an a Issue iue ol of
100000 100 of 4j 4j X per pr cent ont bonds bds of the bor borough boroug boyough ¬
ough of Haddonfield Hadofield It was wa contended contendedthat cntende contendedtbat
oug
that t t the bonds bn4 had d been hd disposed dipe of at atprivate a atprivate
private sale to Howard K Stokes Stoke a abrother abrotbr abrother
I brother brotbr of the te exGovernor and ad that tt he hebad b behad
bad b arranged aang in advance avanc to t dispose dlp of a aportion aporton aportion
portion porton of them to the State Stte school ehool tund tundat
at an advance advonc of W200 2 on the purchase purchaseprice purhe purheprc purchaseprice
price priceJustice prc priceJustice
I writ Justice Justc Garrison Garrion refused to allow alow the thewrit theI thewrit
MOVING HOING PICtURE CENSORSHIP CENSORSHIPManufacturers CENSORSHIPanurlcturer CENSORSHIPManufacturers
Manufacturers anurlcturer or Films Fim Appoint Apoit a Super Supervisory 8D Super1sory r ¬
visory 1901 Board Doar or Their Teir Own OwnIt OwnIt BwnIt
It was 111 announced anounce yesterday yestry that the themoving themoving themoving
moving picture manufacturers manuatuei had ha formed fonneca fored foreda
board of of their to that thatno
a b censors cnsor tei own t see 8
no objectionable objetonble films are ar made ma and ad that thatthis thattis thatthis
this tis bar board would woud work in conjunction conjunctionwith cojunoon cojunoonwii
with wii the te board br made me up of representatives representativesof rprtUve
of societieswhich societies iete which have been bn taking tn an anactive ana anactive
active a Indecnt indecent v Ji inie pictures picturesThe ploture picturesThe jwt t jn J the ie crusade orSe against againstIndecienf aganst aganstIndecnt againstindecent
The Te Motion Pictures PictulPatent Patents Company Companywhich Cmpy Cmpywhfch Companywhich
which controls the principal princlpalln film patents patentslas ptt
las h0 formed its own board bard of censors censorswhich O0or censorswbloh
wbloh will wi be b made up of a member membr for foreach foreh foreach
each eh manufacturer in the company compy Ac According Accor Accor4lng ¬
cording cor < ng to the plan as a announced announc by the thecompany thecompu thecompai1r
company compu the two sets setl of censors ce00rs will willmeet wil willmeet i ime
meet me and examine every new film flm that ie ieproduced il isproduced
produced prouce All 1 subjects Bubjet that are deemed deemedbjectionable demed demedobjetonble deemedobjectionable
objectionable objetonble > will wi be withheld from the theicensed theleen thelicensed
licensed leen exchanges which will wi make it itmpossiblo itim itimpossible
impossible im lble for the theatres theatre to get hold of ofthem orthel ofthem
them thel It was declared by the company companythat companythat companythat
that in the 4000 40 theatres theatre holding holdng its It U licenses Ucens Uceases ¬
censes cens nqthlng but clean and instructive instructiveiotures I0trctve I0trctvepletreB Instructivepiot4lrea
pletreB piot4lrea > iotures would be produced pruce special spal at atenuon atenton attention
tention enuon enton being bing paid to historical moving movingicture movng movngpicture movingpicture
picture > icture plays The censors are Ir to get to towork toworkJmmelately towork
work workJmmelately immediately I
L IB IWE SUFFRAGE VICTORY VICTORYCommon lICTOnl lICTOnlCO IICTOIIYCommons
Common CO mon Advance and Smother a otef oteffor otO otesfor
for Women Wome Hill flillAsquith IAlqulh Aiqulth Against It ItSptctot I Ipttal ItSpecfot
Sptctot pttal Cable Calr Despatch to TBB T I SUN SnxIxivDoy SUNINDN SuCLONDON
LONDON INDN March 19 10Te 19The The House HoU of ofCommons orCommons ofCommons
Commons has ha again agin expressed a pious piousopinion piousopnIon pioueopinion
opinion opnIon in favor of woman suffrage suffrageToday sullrageToa suffrageToday
Today Toa by a vote vot of 1S7 17 to 122 it passed passedon pa
on second scond reading reaing the bill bi introduced introducedby Introucd Introucdby
by i he Hon Geoffrey Howard Howar enfran enfranchising entranchieing enf ran ranchising ¬
chising every man mn and Ind woman over 21 21yeara 21ye 21years
years ye of age with tho one qualification qualificationof quaI catio
of o three tr months residence re idenc in one con constituency conttuec constititimoy ¬
stituency stititimoyPremier ttuec y
Premier Asquiih Asuilh mentioning mentonlug the divl divlion diviion divlsion
ion of opinion in the Cabinet on the sub subect sub subject
ject ect of woman suffrage said sid the Govern Government Gover Governmont ¬
ment would woul not support the bill bU Such Sucha
a reform rerorhe reformhe ho said ought to be b initiated initiatedby Initat
by tho t3 th Government GovernmentAfter Government GovernmentAlter
After Amr a lengthy lengty debate debat the bill bi at Mr Mrisqulths Mrosuithslag8tlon MrAsquiths
isqulths osuithslag8tlon suggestion was 11 referred to the theommiUee te tecommi thecommittee
committee commi t of o the whole house houe one oneot of the thetritish theBrth theBritish
British Brth Parliaments Prlaments subterfuges subtuea for send sendngj Mndng sendrng
rng ng ngj ari undesired undeire measure meaure into ob obiviou 01 obusiou
iviou UYlouMr usiouMr iviouMr
Mr Howards Howars bill bi is repudiated repudIat by b the thesuffragettes thellraKettl thesuffragetteS
suffragettes llraKettl notwithstanding notwitltndlng that tat its it en enactment enatent ennotnient ¬
actment atent would wold give ave the right rgt to vote votet vot voteIt
It t seems that tbt the te bill bl does do not sufficiently sufficientlyrecognize sutclenty sutclentyIlle sufficientlyr0005fli7e
recognize Ille their teir Importance Importc ImportcafJ Importance2f
3 afJ PETROSINO ARRESTS ARRESTSPolice ARRESTsPollee 1IE < Tf TfPoloe
Police Poloe Raid the te Slam of Palermo Patermoilody PatermoilodyTransferred Body BodyTransferred od odTanfer
Transferred Tanfer to Naples NaplesSplcial Naple Napleltal NaplesSptclal
Splcial ltal Oattt fl Dpafch isafcft to f Tel T SUM SUMROME SOHRI SeeRoRu
ROME RI March Mach IB Twentynine sus suslcious suspicious u
plciou picious > lcious characters chrten have been bn arrested alt at atalermo atPalero atPalermo
Palermo Palero in connection with the murder murderf
conneccn muer muerof
of f Lieut Joseph J epb Petrosmo Petrclo The Te police polioslave poJO policehave
hv have lave made m de a very ver active aotve raid rad of the t slums slumsThey IU slumsThey
They T mfe have bvs ascertained uore that tt Petroclno Petroclnopent Petl Petroinspent
I pent spt five fve days dya In Rome where wber he met nutn metAn metan
An n Italian ltljoult journalist of Now NewYorl fork a man manof m mancit
of the te name nme of Araldo Arldo with wit whom ho made madasightseeing me mealais madesightseing
sightseeing alais trips in the o city cityThe cit cityThe
The police polc tp theory teory how now to i that tbt Potrosino Potrosinowas Petio PetioW
was W recognized Icglzd r and ad killed kU d by b some 8mo 8motureeat re returned yiiturned ¬
turned tureeat emigrant Hence Benc they te conclude concludethe cnue cnuete
the te murder mUI r was w due du to t a vendetta ve and a the thetfoflaor t theMaflaor
tfoflaor wlthlt wlthltTbe MafC wltIt Baak Black Hand had no D oonneotlon cnl conneetlenwithit oonneotlonwlthlt I
The body bdy of Fetroslno PetrOlno was Conveyed vd to tofapleo t toNaples
Naples Naplee today and will 111 be b shipped shipp from fromthere lrm lrmI fromthere
I there tere to t New Ne York YorkPALEJIMO Yor YorkPAxiMo
i PALEJIMO PJLIMo March 1 15The 19 The body boy of the thelate theLate
te tett
late Lieut tt Potrosino Petrolio was U inunported inunportedprivately iDr eauaportadprivately
privately privtly during durn last It night from I the th osm osmory cenaster
tr ter ory mortuary mortur in which it has bs lain ki to t the thetturoh th thehburoh
tturoh r called C d Alborgo Algo Del Dl oa 01 the to Come Co Comecflm1 CoruoCakUflmlwhenoo
CakUflmlwhenoo cflm1 Utmwheo whence the tb funeral IM cortege oortegowill cortegewill
r will 1 1 stArt tort this tbl afternoon atmon The Te police pU crs are aretablng ar aretaking
taking tldn extraordinary tordin measure m to t main maintain II nialitthin ¬
I thin t Or OrTCOYy order orderThe rdsrI
I The TCOYy conveyance of the th body bc7 to t Vak Vakeluurob tia tiahurh
t
eluurob lui nuMd palwltf akaotft without notice tlee 1 1u and medwlitliokt
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1000 t YALE DINERS 11NERS YELL FOUR FOURYEARS FOVRYE FOURYEARS
YEARS YE RS MORE AT 41 HIM HIMCampus Hlll Hlllp1 HUIanipns
Campus anipns p1 Rail aa Peace F e and Old Od Brick Drek Row RowReproduced Ro RoBpd RowReproduced
Reproduced Bpd In Honor lonor of orthe the Fresh Pretldeat PI PIdetm Freshdent
dent detm Who Swap Swap Stories ttre With Wit Mm Mmof IM IMer lssiof
of Ma S Ttaio T0prhmalnc SpeechmaktnK Limited LimitedIf Umlte UmlteI
If I youve yovo ever sat st in the enemys camp campwhen cmp cmphen campwhen
when hen the Blue Blu eleven elevenlund elevenlunged lunged Its it last 1 yard yardfor y yardfor
for fo a touchdown tuhd n and had bd your hair bll rufttsi rufttsiby rfa rfabythe ruijbytho
by bythe the roar 11 that tht swept across aorO the th grid gridiron cd cdin gridiron <
iron in you yo can or gueua gollow how 1500 15 Yale men menyelled Me Meyle meityelled
yelled yle at the te Waldorf Waldor last night nlat for ro Bill BUITaft Bi BillTaft
Taft Tar of o 78 78It 18It 78It
It came cm all at once Qoe a terrific trilc ear r jarring jarringcrash jarrl jarrlcrb jarringcrash
crash crb of cheers che that tht danced dncd the t glasses glasseson >
on o the te table tble tops top and fluttered futr the thebi thebifp big bigflags biRflags
flags fp around rntb the balconies blnie They Tey Teyc h Ml Mlceased < S Sceased
ceased the pounding chant o ntof of Boola BoolaThe o1 o1The i iTe
c theJunlng
The Te classes fl from fr 43to to 08 0 had bflt bfltBrekk hadflun flung gthe gtheBrekakekkek the theBrekakekkek >
fronVwall fronVwallto irom ti tit
Brekakekkek Brekk kek Hoax Ktta Hfs frenswsllto
to t wall wa and aD the orchestra orhetra away away up p under underthe ud underthe l
t the roof bad bd dropped drop the hornsan ho hona an miii miiifiddles i ifiddles i ifdde
fiddles fdde from sheer Iher weariness erinO There Thel was waaa wa 1
a moment m0nt of unexpected upd quiet quietSuddenly quiet quietSuddenly k kSdeny 1
Suddenly Sdeny the thee electric trc light Igl i diol aft aftover altever fl flVel
over Vel the grand ballroom blrm A searchlight NoesrchUghtsprayed searchlighteprayed
gn A1hg
sprayed eprye its it rays reuly squarely on naropcur naropcurtahi a arp arpt drop cur curtain ¬ t
tain t which pictured picur the th old Brick BHOka Row Rowaaitrwa flowsaltwut
aaitrwa a saltwut tw inthe dayswhen t wbPrld President T < rft 1 j jwas f fwas
was a a freshman trh You could u1 sea thirill thirillfence t tfec theiajifence
fence fec even e the initials Inltl out ot along aone the theboards tif tifMw th thboanleW
boards boanleW Mw W H T 0 T BA B TU TUTall Ktff IP IPTal 4 4Tall
Tall Tal elms em leaned lee toward toward1he the alci ecleot ecleotbuildings ot otbuildings
buildings bUdlng and ad spread epre d their thei foliage fOII a over overthe ovs ovsthe 1 t
the dingy diS roofs roofsTho rt c cThe
The To broad br band bad of light ght movedup Ioveup and anddown 1 1down t tdown Ji
down over ove the picture picur hesitated hlttetbeteU hlttetbeteUsurlY then fell fellsquarely fellsquarely
squarely surlY on President PeldentTat Taft as ahe8t he eat satwtth Vtth Vtthpresident t1 r rpresIdent
president rret Arthur Twining Tig Hodley Hle Of f the theuniversity theuniversity l I
university uniYlit and an President Ptldet James JaeR R Shef Sheffield Sh SheAfield ¬ 1
field e of the the Tale Yae Club The Te Presidents Presidentshead P Presidentsheed l et
head be was half h turned tur toward rwa the tb picture pictureof I rt1 rt1of lAW
of the old ol Brick Brck Row Rw He wasnt WICb tmilUig tmilUigThe J4 t tThe
The Te yell yel started spread aprd all nov over ovesroom the theroom r
room rm and an gathered ateeforam force as man after atI xs xsopened sssn sssnopened
opened the throttle totte of ohl his lungs Ad and andtiiri4M andtiiri4Mon turH turHon 1 1on 1
on oJ the t full fl power po e that was B in i bfin 4fl4 4fl4i snireared t h hcared
i cared and thundered hundee until untl the l llgntj llgntjwent Ilght Ilghtwont f fwent
went out ot again In the te darknesspres darknesspresently dnG darkness prej prejently ¬
ently enty the old JBrc Brick Row Rw appeared aPpl4 aPpl4t ericj ericjtook si1took fft fftenty
took t form Soft lights light gleamed gleeattth at the tHowindows thewindows i
windows widows of the dormitories doritrie The ohaflet 1
bell bl toJled faintly fatly The Te cheerful c voice voiceof robsof o oot
of freshman tre calling clig to freshman tr1nwi were wereheard w wheard
heard he very ve faintly fA lr A shout lot1 onySl on3ye4 on3ye4mIghty J M Mmighty
mighty msbt than thn the te salute elute to t the theP Prsat Prsatdent Prealdent Iv
dent shook Ihok the big room rom and sltoftJy1 sltoftJy1passed aOt skoftypassed
passed pl tolaughter tolaughterSomebody tlaugbt tolaughterSomebody l lSmeboy
Somebody Smeboy started starte startetj a chant cht The TT Th Tale Talegraduates Talegraduates X J Jguat
graduates took tk it up P by b hundreds undre unjll unU unUlooofthem JU 1
1800 guat 1 looofthem of o them te were wer shouting loutng hi Irby rhythnfc InrbythntOh rhythnfcOb
Ob Fr Freshman hmao put pu out ou that llihtl llihtlOb lhi IlEhttOh j jDb
Ob FrMrnan Fnla put pu out OHIIC that lit Irll Iigbu IigbuOFrsibman btl btlOb >
Ob 01 OFrsibman FiMbman Frma put putuUba pu out th that t lithe litheThat UI IishVThat JJi JJiTt i
That Tt was Wa Tales Yalelrtla greeting to tTanofl Taft Taftof of ft ftThe TSThe J
The T welcome elcm to t President Prldnt WiQB WlllianiiHo WlllianiiHoard IP IParc
ard an arc Taft Tat who happened hppned to thV8 thV8ardut havebeen havebeengraduated have bash bashgraduated
graduated ardut from Tale Yal and ad not some 8mo Other Otheruniversity otherunlveraityHarverd to touayerltBna
university uayerltBna unlveraityHarverd Harvard say Y or Princeton Princetoncame Pinctn
came cme later Jatr when whn President Prldnt SnefiMdtof SnefiMdtofof Sbeldtol t tof
of the Tale Club Clut and President PNldent Hadley Hadleysent Hdt Hadleysent
sent snt big words wors over his head and admitted admittedthat adiltted adilttedtht admittedthat
that tht the character r of the th man r n had Jd8m6 Jd8m6thing badthing some something ¬
thing to do with wih his rise rie in I the world worldwel as aswell as aswell
well wel as a the Yale training trining But Bt ButthereSre there ter are aremany r f fmany
many moments mor ot when the graduates grduaOs put putaside putaside
aside aide the fact that tht they ty were wer entertaining entertainingthe entrtlnl p i
the te President Prldent The old men who were weregraduated er ere eregraduated
graduated gduated a little ltle before btore or a little lttl after afterMr at aftOrMr
Mr Taft and had hd known him in i college college4gravitated 018i8 018i8gavitted collegegravitated
gravitated gavitted wwar toward tn t tEe e dais by two twolan twolanths and andthrees andthrees
threes ths laughing and chuckling ohucklng and poking pokingeach pkiD pkiDeach pokiaeach
each other in tho ribs rib Mr Taft Tat was w8on w8onhis waion waionhis on onhis
his feet fet half hal of the time timeBill timeMBi timeBill
MBi Bill I wonder wonde if you remember remembr this thisone t thisone
one and Tom To of 78 8 or Jack Ja of 7k 7kwould 1 7 7would
would reel off of a story astory or a joke that tt hadnt hadntreleased h IIS4nbeen
been released releed maybe for thirty thi years yearsThere yl yearsThere
There Te was Wa the story etor of a the little ltte red hark hoikbut h hbut harkbut <
but that neednt nent be repeated reptM Mr MrTaft fr frTaft
Taft remembered rembered it that tt was wa certain certainAnd certin certinAnd certainAnd
And while whie the th handshaking 1ndhBkis and the thoreminiscences t thereminiscences
reminiscences remin cnc and the old jokes jok were werepeeping wer wereIeepiflg
peeping leeplng Mr MI Taft busy on the dab da a acannonading acannonading
cannonading cannonadng of cheers oher and songs BOn was wasfired weefired M Mfir
fired fir at him hm from every ever table tblo1 in the ther room roomThey redrnThey m
They sang sng him The Old Brick Row Rownd RowndYale and andTale d dW1
Tale Will W1 Win and when whe theyh4A theyh4Arun tey teyrn <
run rn through trg these t ie6e e they took tk up Boola Boolaagain JcJ B OIs OIsagain
again and andaln again until untUtesweo the sweep sweepnfi sweepnfirhythmhad of ita itarhythm l lrhym
rhythm rhym rhythmhad had ha drawnthe dwnhfvl drawnthein vojeeofeyeryni4i vojeeofeyeryni4iin r
in the room including Ioludlng the Presidents PresidentsIt Peldents PeldentsI
It I was wa the te biggest bluelt dinner dlnnfr ever held heldin
in the WaldorfAstoria WaldrfA W ldorfA toria which meaDa meaDaperhaps mean meanperhaps fliean5perhaps
perhaps the biggest blgg t in New York Yrl city oltySeveral ct ctSeveral citySeveral
Several years ago the Republican Club Clubentertained ClubcntertalnedCol
I Ieatertained
entertained Col Roosevelt at the Wal Waldorf Waf Wafdorf WaLdorf ¬
dorf and upward of 1200 men crammed crammedthemselves cr4m cr4mthemeelves ctammedthemselves
themselves in to feed and drink and cheer ObeseLast cheerLast e eLaet
Last nights broke all the records repordTheti repordThetiwere There Therewere Therewere
were exactly 1448 t 448 at the tables and more morethan m morethan NI NIthan
than 100 who came late were not notabl able abI to tosit tOsit t tsitdown
sit sitdown down at atail all Every square foot of o oIn ofspsee ofspseein space spaceIn
In the grand ballroom except exceptthe the tb e narrow narrowlanee narrowlanes narrowlanes
lanes for the thewaltcr waiters was occupied d The Thedinner TMdinner Thedinner 4
dinner overflowed into the Astor Gallery Gallerywhere o Gallerywhere 1e 1ewhere
where elbow room was desired and d Inled dnied ts tsnied
nied There were tables in tho hallways hallwaysand ballw ballwand
and tables set seti setinthe In the two wo levels of f boxes boxessomething boceeIIOmethlng boxessomething
that doesnt doe nt happen in I i ieratlon
something ag s J Jeratlon geji at atoration
eratlon orationThe eratlonThe
The stage was set with the th attention attentionto att mtl wI wIto > ijij
to detail shown by professionals J Be Besides Besides ¬ t
sides tbe big drop curtain behind b hb1dt th thhead ths thshead i ihead
head table which depleted deplotedtbe the old clcHkl oldBsiekRow Brlefc BrlefcRow t
Row as it was in Taft time they tb had hadstrung badstrung J Jtrona
strung a section of rail fence flnoin in frott frottof I v vof
of the table a replica of the fence on oawhLik whlok whlokMr WbfolloJ WbfolloJMr Li LiMr
Mr Taft used to towhlttlehla whittle his initiate itilLl8f the theelms Th Thelms tA tAelma
elms of the theplcture picture sent I1tthelr their tope to a as astar astaroutward fafeC fafeCoutward f iII 1Si 1Sioutward
outward on the canvas can vas as possible p aslbl and andthen aatc aatcthen tJ frr
then the illusion mUlllonfIU was carried carr1edout out cus cusnlngly uri uriningly FY FYDlncl1
nlngly by the greenery arry that thatitodbua underhung underhungtho i
the ceiling u 1 The ballroom t vum floor 0 001 wa Wb was the thecampus ill illcampa f 7 7campus
campus at Tale Ya1eacdtbe and the illusion Uluel Ulnsiattwsspr Ulnsiattwssprduced owaaprQoo waa pro produced i
duced pretty successfully successfullyAll U
AU through the milaz and vines VfMUftMr of Ut Utceiling tJtceiling f
ceiling were thousands and thousaat thousaatof thou thouof
of pink rose ro roses past all couattag couzuIaThere rtl rtlTIwn
There were w clusters pl lustersand and pot of otUl tfeemo4 tfeemo4the thw thwthe J
the table tops topIIhuna bung from the th balootiie balootiieand ba1ogjsgand I Jf
and a nd draped A around swinging ewinId inowadee inowadeecents Ineandoeitta ftCIItAi r1O tlIlrr tlIlrra t I IoeI1te
cents which glowed pink when the light U lighiawere v vwere 41 41ere
were ere lowered l All A1Ioltb of these thsieth1tigiitt thsieth1tigiittaccomplished thfccoocml thlngajKrere thlngajKrereaccomplished
accomplished coocml > 11a by byNoblaFHeggnrn byNoblaFHeggnrnwho Noble F PB Hoggaon rp nCIt of ofwho tJ tJho
who ho got busy la I the banquet rood t tti Ml Sf2oclock rJoclook v voclock
oclock yesterday morning after A baIl bafthiui tli baIlhad IZi IZihad
had danced Itself out cutAt F I IAt
At the main table tabtehere where President Preef Taft Tafteat Taftt 9
eat t aa the guest cu of honor h lIOr with wlthPtesMt wlthPtesMt8beflkld Preektest PreektestSheffield 1 18bemeld
Sheffield of the Yale club who whOPNl4d wboirns4dedand presided presidedand
and President Hadley of o Tale Yate1D ajo WAT wzsmdrnbetS WATmamtMfffl
mamtMfffl 1D mberil of o the Tale Y l la laMerrill Corporation oorporatlJdenill Payoh PayohMerrill
Merrill the B Bar v William ft lUomrai It1ctiartMdrdIt
AldredR AJdrjUL Rlplay upyand and expresident expre of tt1i t the IhoTata theTale a aYa1
Tale dub Thomas Thaoher r Otto OttoT OttoTJAa1IIUdWU1im T TEaaaarri TanMrdWlUimia
Eaaaarri JAa1IIUdWU1im WUiam It lIamuID Brnumand and Julian JulianW JuliaWi y
W WCurtIM OurtiM Aaetiwr at the bead d table tableA tableChau A A1au
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