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7VTO l TO KHKKlSHEAll ill fNiJl Eul li IU IV fV JXLE fVJ7f l liLE
iLE FOil 1 Mt iI1Ii iI1IiAnd U 0 11 ld 1ICTlHE 1ICTlHEAnd lUTrREAnd
And All Wont Int Nrll 11 hut for tho t tlIful tlIfulf3 nrnly nriflyS3
83 a nay Ua Him ig I of the Ilrphant Ilrphantand 1llplanl 1llplanland
and n t Illsastroni Iarnt Iurl t Fire Irl Sturtctl Sturtctlby
by Y a lllihril 1111 Onlookers Onloulr Uarrltr CIarIUI ClaretrCot UarrltrIn I
r Cot Roosevelt huntyd huut in the theof jun jungip jungipof I It
t of the cedars cedan out on tho th marshes marsll to the theeastward th thtntward i it
t eastward Dtward of Hhcepihead hefhlall Bay Tillage yliagf Jill Jillday al tIItiny
day yesterday H 1 I hunted huntt1 before hlfore th theyes tl thof i if1
eyes f1 of the moving mavin picture machine mlchin and nndit an anit
I it i would have been a perfectly bully hu hunt hunthnd hlat hunthad
i had harlt It not bron hfn that the th hind legs 118 of the theelephant th tht1phant thhphant I
elephant t1phant caved in il nt the Ih crucial moment momentami momtnt nnmentaUWi I Iand
and had not n t grits m8 Urn lr maliciously malciously set setby 6tby sttby
by some of tho undesirable undiirable citizens cilzels of ofKheepshead ofSheelsher oflieepshea1
Kheepshead Sheelsher Bay n destroyed Ift rot1 the jtingl jtinglutterly jUI jungtutterly I Iuterly
utterly utterlyThe uterly utterlyThe
The huntr had no warning warin positively positivelynone posllhelyIone
none Ione of either eihcr catastrophe Ctatrofhe The Tl hind hindlegs hindtji hind1eg4
legs tji of th t elephant ItIhant luul been hln en earning earningtheir pnrninKthrir nrningtheir
their littlo Iltlo 31 3 a 1 day ria right up 11 to tho thl t minute minutewhen minlt minltwhfn niiniitahen
when whfn the th art director rlrrr of tho company companycried compln complnI cofnpanycried
I cried cro Shoot nnd then they Ihp stepped Httfpcd In Ina InI Ina
I a lioln half and an I throw thl tho rear re elevation t1wation of oftho ofthe ofthe
the elephant entirely Il tirI out of plumb As Asto ARto Asto
to the fire fro it i was va a 1 dastardly ratardl cowardly cowardlyattempt cowardlytempt cowardlyattenpt
attempt tempt at reprisal rOfri8al and nmylm it can cal be beignored heignore beIgnored
ignored ignoredIt ignore
t I It I Itwns waa 1 about 10 oclock ocock o that n 1 party Iart of ofautomobiles ofautomobils ofi
i automobiles automobils carrying arrins the th hunting hlntln party partyand fMt fMtad partythe
and ad the moving rno ing picture camera c n1r whisked whiskedthrough vhisk cvhiskelthrough < 1 1I
through Hheopsheal Bay B and anl out Voor Voorhecs oor oorhees oorbees
I bees tho avenuo to tho c cdar dar swamp on onother the theother thl thloter
other oter side of Clam Creek The Tht elephant elephantthe tlfhlnt tlfhlntthe Iphantthe
the lion on the camp equipment and all al the theAfrican th thAfrcln thAfrican
African Afrcln entourage entourIS followed foHowl more slowly slowlyto 101 101I
to I wagons and on foot The Thf rendezvous rendezvouseet rtndtzoul rtndtzoulet
ret et is i one of the wildest w il et portions of th thjungle the thei thsjungle
i jungle this Hide ie of Plum Inland Inlanr Strng Strnggling St t mJ rng rnggling
gling glng cedar clrr dUlp chilli thitnpelvos 11 r8h above abovethe nboethe abovethe
the tufts of marsh nmrih Rru rm gra4s > s and anl and the thl waters watersof wattn wattno
of o a lagoon In oon at this t hi season alive nl1 with wih alli alligators 11 aillgators ¬ I Igator
In gators gator and breeding brtnr the th sleeping INpins sickness sicknessfly irkn
to 1 fly fy by tho myriad mri1 lap bi tho roots of the thepedars th thar thocedars
cedars ar with u miasmic sucking suck ins and andgurgling andSrJlng andgurgling
gurgling gurglingOnce SrJlng Once at tho rendezvous rend7ol Col el Roosevelt Rooseveltand Hoolllt Hoollltl
and ad the art director were all al activity activityTha oct activityThe lt I Ie
l The e Colonel of yesterday who pave glve tip 11 i ia Il Ia
a l good place as loading man of tho theGambler I ITGambler IGambllr
Gambler Gambllr of the tIl West Wlst comixiiiy out Olt in inAltoorui inAltoor inAlt000Zi
Altoorui Altoor Pa just to come to Sheopshend SheopshendBay IHelhtad i
Bay B and help out Olt the tln art director of the themoving themoving themoving
moving picture coinpiny complj corlipt ny in his hl educative educativework ednen llcn the thework fivework
work retired retil1 behind hlhinr a clump dllP of bushes bushesand hlhps tmshesand
and got into his hi khaki and Rough Hou h Rider Riderhat Hdr Hdri Itidtrhat I
i hat hat with wih expedition exptdiion Io alo put on his hismoustache hisI hismoustache
I moustache and fitted Itnd in his hi extra xtr trn set Ilt of offlashing offlahingteoth
1 flashing 1hing flahingteoth teeth teet h A handkerchief hi handkerchiofhoknotted handkerchiofhoknottedabout n < klrchif ho knottivl k not l > i iabout i iabout
about his neck in true trlo semblance slmhlnce to the thenow thenow thehOW
now famous photograph photogmpl taken before hffoo the thetent thetent thetent
tent at Montuuk Point Pointhile Point PointhiIo i iWhio
Whio hile tho Colonel was adjusting orjlstin his hiscountenance hiscounteninco hiscounteflsnce
countenance counteninco and his raiment rimfnt the thf African Africanntourago I Intourago I Ientourago
ntourago nnd rite Ih jungle jlnilp beasts wore worebusy well werebusy I Ibuy
busy in the background bncl round prinking Irilkil up for forthe forthe I
the te hunt The Tlc African Aflic1n entourage Intolra n com comprised cornprized ¬ I
I prized pne three thr Mloon 1 loon porters of ShepsheadBay Shoepshead j ji i iii
ii i Bay By one on blacksmiths blactsmith helper hclpI very lI mus muscular 11 11cul nulscu1az ¬ i
cular cul of King Highway Hilhwi n I roustabout roustaboutfrom roustnholt roustnloutfrom I
from the old racetrack Incetrck and fieorge lorJ the thewell thewell I i
I well el known sin gil drinker of Bath Beach ISeaehAll Blaeh BlaehWlre BeachAU
i iloc
All were Wlre dark enough nol1 to give s n the th true truelocal trl truelocai
local loc color clor to tim jungle ill I All Al strinned to te tete tOthe i ithe
the waist and hung hll ho ng about aholt t their thtir t middles middlesyards yni1jl yni1jlyards liddh liddhds
yards te ds of white whic cl th > such lch in a th t Kroo Krooboys Iirooboy Eronboys
boys are accustomed lec1ltomd to wearing wmrinThe wearingIhe I IThe
boy The jungle beasts IWIott found fOlnd Rome difficulty difficultywith difctI diftictillyirth
with ith their toilets Th iho h lion lon had to toBtiilf 10It toptUlt
Btiilf It two pillows pilo8 into his hi nkin kifl in the theabdominal theabdominal theabdominal
abdominal region in order or er thnt the tht pros prosperity proserltv ¬ I Ipri
perity erltv tv of Africa micht rlht not bo h belied beliedrrankle hlEd hlEdFranklo beliedrrankio
pri rrankle the large Ilr 1 blick blic gorilla orin couldnt eoijldnttnaIc I Imike Imae
mike his feet fpct track so 0 no complained complainedbitterly complainedbitterly
bitterly mae biterly tho toes to were not prehensile prehensileA8 prhen8i
i A8 for thu thrco thrc oiirang olran outaiiKs oltanR and Ind the themandril theI
I mandril mndri thc could not sit Eit clown rown once oncebaying oncebvlnl onceI I
I baying havin been bl n buttoned hllonr up the back They Theyweren The Thewr TheyI
I bvlnl weren wr n t so sure UIC about aholt even In squalling squallingXow SqIIi qulin qulinow I ting tingKNow
KNow ow boys quoth the thl art director directorafter dirctorafer directorafter
after afer he had brought rou ht all 11 of the tht hunt prop properties frol frolr properties ¬ I Ithe
r erties erte out of the wagon remember rlrlmblr that tliitthe thatthe
the picture cant show Fhnw you OU up any An too i iplain Iplain iplain
plain we 1 dont want it i to All AI Ul you have ho hot hnveto i ito
to t do te to be h quick qlik in your movements movementswhile IHW IuoveTIentswhite mlnI8 mlnI8whie
while whie youre in front of the focus fOCIFqllck fOCIFqllckand focusquickand quick quickand
and lifelike lftlke All Al you ou monks keep well wellbent wel wellbent
bent over olr let your our arms arrl dangle dln lI and Ind turn turnyour tlrn turnyour i iour
your our head hla quickly toward twlrd the camera camerathen i ithen
then beat it Act as if you rOi were wln wer startled startledAnd RtartlNI startledAndby
And Adby Andby by the war which of you YOI monks monksie
ie 1 long 10nJ on the Ihf tree trll climbing climbingJuliUH cImbin climbingI I IJulus
I 1 Julius Julus the yellow plow monk with the blue hlJp blueface I Iface IInce
face Hteppetf Rtfpd stepped up and swung himself himselftentatively I Itnttlely Itentatively
tentatively tnttlely from frol tho low hanging hAnsing limb limbof limbof i iot
of one of the th cedars cedarsHere clal cedars1lere
Here you Oi get Slt up in this tree tr and andwhen anclt andwhen
t when I give r you YOI the 1 lay I want you 01 to todrop toi todrop
i drop to this thiF branch here 11 grab prh it and andswing alc 8111Bwing
k swing over O r to the th lower branch hrnch on that thattree thAttre thattree
tree tre right next to yon Practise Prcli it a 1 hit hitif hitif
if you YOI want ant but hit get t it down dowl OWfl so you U can cando cando catdo I
do it quickly quicklyGeorge quick I IGeorpe
George Georpe the th t he lion lon tried t the til t lie > patience latiencp pa I ieruce of ofthe ofthe
the art director dirlctor and of col Col Itocsevelt Itocseveltseverely HoesH1 Rocsovcltseverely I
severely In the th first IrRt plac plal1 Oeorges Oeorgesbead nfrg nfrghed orges orgeshead
bead was loose loo looseso so fo loise in fnct that thatwhen thatwhen
1 when he Wn began tl al to lope Icr along on 01 his hands handsand j jand i it
t and kneeri knee the head would wOlld twist I to t one oneside on onI ouieside
I t side and the glaring arinl eyes CR would Hcau H l the thehigh t h hzenith lie liehigh
high zenith That lha t head IIa had to be fixed fixedinside Ixl1 Ixl1inside Ii fI fIinside
inside with Ith wire > thou the th whiskers whlfklrf in infront il infront
front were werf combed corll 1 down to I o hid hidl the thefact Ih Ihfact t hofact
fact fact that the thf lion lon was Wf narrow la rrow chested chestedHrnomber chPt1 cIwf4tol1trnf3unlor
Hrnomber ImJllwr thu t hi much Ileh Oeorge Oeorgethe hell hellthl begged beggedthe
the thl ort Irt director dlrtor in a final ln I burst blnH of de despairing d dIpair1 mit mitepa ¬
spairing Ipair1 epa iring confidence cnflelw P III fi loflP youll yoll ypu1 I I be I e going goingthrough Ioil gol ii g gthrough
< through throu h the tht tall lal grass r going goinl slowly loJ you youl VOl1 VOl1f
l know Your ouir head i lie > best hfHr u at t of you youI 3011nuid ou ouI
I I I nnd in ihe Ih gris < the tl t legs PIH uoni ouut show 14111Wieep i iKeep iKep
f Keep your jra head hpar turned Ilrned towird towall the theimachine Ih theI
11 I I machine machinl and slink alll oil you YOI oil know knowGeorge knowJ
4 J George GorgejURt Georgejust just Blink alnl And nd above all oI things thmgndont thing thingsdont
dont hoist your olr hind hinr quarters larter above aboveyour aho I Ii Iyour
i your head when whfn youre olre alhikmg SIIIHlg it itwouldnt itwouldt iticouldnt
wouldnt bo natural naturalThe natllrl natural5 natural5rue
J The first Irt ra graphic srphio picture ficturl of Col Col Roone RooneTelte HooReeIe Roosee1t I
Telte eIe e1t hunting yesterday tllav was the entrance entranceInto enrance enranceInt entranceInto
Into Int camp cmp fne TnI art ar au director diector marshalled marshalledall maJhnled maJhnledal
all the African entourage entoura 1 back hacl in the thebrush I IbMSb Ig
g brush bMSb al of the background backsrolnd and armed orpd them themTo themr themTo
r To three he gave guns instructing them themto I Ii
sno rIIS
i j I to carry the th theweapons weapons loosely over 011 their theirleft theirf theirI
f I left lef carr anus On1A To one he hl pave ave a typewriter typewritercase typewriterceunmlsakably typewritercaeunrnlsIaknhly
case ceunmlsakably caeunrnlsIaknhly unmistakably a typewriter case camj
1 3 which he should sholl carry hoisted hoi on his hisunaccufitomed
i 7 unaccustomed unctom1 shoulder fhOllen earr with wih the letteri letteriing letpr letprI letterIlag
I ing T R Mombasa Iomlmfa held to the front frontThe fron frontThe
The other two carried corrid packages packaJI of dun dunnage dln dlnnge 11111nagn ¬
r Tle nage on their shoulders hollldel and Very wicked wickedlooking wiek wickedlookIng 1 I If
f looking loking nge assegais afstsahdn in their thlir right l ht hands handsWith h handsWith ndt
With Col Col Roosevelt H01velt in the fore fol hi hil his histeeth I Iteeth I
teeth in tho fore foI even of him and the theAfrican thoAfrican the1 the1African
African nntourai rmtoIC grinning Irlnnin and ali glisten glisten1Ing j1 glistenIng tPn I IJng
Ing directly behind the procession processionthrough proce processionthrough sion I Ithrulh
through thrulh the tl1 lungl jlnll or the cedaiw in the thodirection therlrelon thedirection
direction rlrelon of tin Ummuyraph Iineto raph was started ftarted startedJust t
Just Ju t then came a wild wid cry IY from frol thu Ih me mechanlo mechanlo I Ichnnlo
chanlo behind the t h he kiiKiograph kiiKiographrey kiltgmphfJey
rey ey the elephants Iephall s on ni fire fr fireThe I IThe IThe
The procession proCion hull hull I and the fh art ar direc director tllec tllector director ¬
tor hurried to t o the 11 t 10 fid OIl I nt 1 time IJI mutely mull I tel pa patient fa fatent patient
tient pachyderm Manting tHanlol off oI by the thoedge Ihoege theedge
edge tent of the th marsh mnlHh He H hfed up the tht t skin skinon fkln fklnI skinon
I ege on the port out side lid of the t h elephant eloj > Iatt 1f and peered fcerJ fcerJr peersiwithin i iwithin
r within withinSay I ISay ISay
Say do you OJ think hilk I pay rua you rol f 3 t a day dayto ray rayt tiuiyto
to be the thl t jie hind h I nd lefts I I nnd Ind then t lien in I ii havo hl liii vi you yougo YOI yellgo
i t go and SIIK srue 101 > IO inside in > id tin rl I luu elephant f 01 01i l lout tIi
1 i Ii out or quii < Ii I smoking nkil Dont lont you YOI I flhl know knowthis klow k tifls I Iii ithis
this thinRll thlng1 bum bumWell 111
ii Well expect ex FcL ii i r rllw ri IIow lu uw to I i May rav 1 as betu betuoverall I ei I It i
t fr overall over Wel all day cnmt 8 lIlt I III In rninplaltii CrItil I ulum I a I from fromthe flomthe fiini
f i oera the hind I legs I t1 nnd n ld imi havo 10 VI a 1 little littlomoke lt littleRmOke I Im
moke RmOkeThe mokefrThe m ke kei
I frThe i Thf The interruplerl profession into ilto the thelingle I hI hIJgle heungfe
lingle Jgle begun b n agnin a utga 1 in Col t ul l Roos H oHlwh < v li with withthe wih wihr withhs
r the sun Iun in his hi fnc glmel tl 1 1 at lt the tl picture picturemachine picturemachine
1 machine ie mlcbln in tho th t lie NIOHI 11 lifelike hflk manner mannerHia lallr lallrHis tutannerills
His African Aficln n onioning Cltllll cut t em i mu go merely Iply looked lookedand lookdMdlaypd look e I Iand
and Mdlaypd played the th purl purlAfter pllt PrI I Iel
I After el the hivoiiiif hivOII tie 111 I nel nl I incident incidenttbftt illiltlt illiltltth iuiciulontthat
that th t WSH Wli ne d I o thrill thril t I u ri I I thouMiiidM Iho1I u u so iulu of If prn prnODCCtlvo II IIpcthe i uii uiiaped
ODCCtlvo aped ive nudiiriiM nwllmc a hf I wim arrnngod I ii rJn rio rigiel ml The ThehVart Tit Iii e ecart
hVart pcthe art of hn th Afruan jungle with wih wit h Cot ColMoonevoll CnloevIIt CottjiOvOlt
Moonevoll J tjiOvOlt Oil ii the III SPMI W I ef < f Hie I lii h qUllry qUllryTbo qumairyThI iiarryl iiarrylTho
Tho oevIIt ort a rt flliwlnr dlnI d I iet u r dHii di I i s Hd < nd the th I lu inonkeys inonkeysIn IlnlYf umi u un keys keysin
In the trees I rees ind the 111 I II Icni I Iouu w gnis I lie IIIf fixed fixedOoorc ii ted tedI
I Ooorc the til I lid > lion lon where wh he hIlld coulrl link slinkI linkwihout rK rKwltboiit
I wltboiit Ooorl Ithou t the t I is diuicrr oarlr ila rlgr r of eleviitmg ekvui ICIII t I rug any it IV tu V be betraying Ip IptrayLJ I Iii ¬
ii traying wihout part of f hm Th Mie elrpnnnl elrpnnnlfor Ipnlnt Ipnlntfor
trayLJ for and aft aft was Wil wa Mntloned Ftntlonpd in the hI offing offingWhere ofn ofnhero offingwhere
Where hero it could uulc oifuilly I 5111 laly lIy lumber IUlt r into Inl Iho Ihopath Ihetb t hopath
path tb of the hunter hunterCol huntfr huntfrI hunterI
started to pod softlythroufib softlyt2ixouxh
I Col Roosevelt Roolellt otartfr softly loftlytoush
throufib the Jungle of the cedars cedrI cedarsc eau eauI
toush ere erei I
c i A
+ 1 l j I f =
of The Farmers Loan Loanand Loanand Loanand
and Trust Company Com pany t tI
near 41st Street StreetInterest Steet SteetInterest StreetJnterest
Interest allowed alowed on De Deposit De Deposit ¬
posit Accounts AccountsActs AccountsAct AccountsActs
Acts Act as custodian of per personal pr prsonal personal ¬
sonal property propery and man manager manager manager ¬
ager of real property propertyTravelers proprty proprtyT propertyTravelers
Travelers T r a vel e r s Letters Lters of ofCredit ofCreit ofCredit
Credit Creit Foreign Money Moneyand Moneyand Moneyand
and Express ExpressChecks Checks Vault VaultBoxes VaultBoxes VaultBoxes
Boxes for Customers use useand useRn useand
and Rn teeth alert for game aml Tho elephant elephanthad Ilephanlhld
had hld the thl first fJt cue cu Far enough Ilugh in tho thodistance thodislnnceo thedistance
distance so that lie perspective would account accountfor
for its il stunted proportions and gloss glossover glossover lQSH lQSHover
over its is unusual IllSlal logs the th mammoth of oftho ofth ofthe
the th forest fott stalked Itllktd with an undulating undulatingmotion undulatinmol undulatingmotion
motion mol ion out into the delighted ken of the theColonel 1m 1mColonel theColonel
Colonel ColonelNow ColonelI
I Now ow shoot came cmo the command comman commnndoftb of oftho ofth
tho th art director dirlctor and an then th1 the shocking shockingI shockinf
I 1 tragedy to the th elephants hind hlnrll legs s which whichmime whichmnde whie whiemade
mime the Ih poor beast btast crumple up l before Iforl beforeI > eforetho
I tho smoke mokl of the guns unR explosion II could cOlld cOlldb ccuiIdbe
1 be b registered rlsifterl < on the tht film filmAfter flm flmAfttr flIntAfter
After Afttr that in II swift wif succession succts succession on of disaster dlRllr dlRllri disasterearns
1 i tho One of the
came erp fire fre Ont unemployed unemployedyoung untmflorec
i young men of Sheepshead Shplplhmd Bay who fiHtl fiHtlsat hKdi hdset
i sat Ril about Ih11 with wih others ras8inl passing critical criticali crilml crilmli critucalremarks
i Col Roosevelt Roosevelti lt ltthl
i remarks rtmlrkR on the tht Acting nctinl of 0 Rooe
the Kroo the became becameovercome leeatnovercome
i thl Iro boys and nnr monkeys hlcaml
overcome with wih ennui ennuiThis pnnuiThii ennuilhis
This Thii is i too much he said and anr set sethis sethis Et Ethi
his hi cigarette cgarete to the th dry dr jungle jun IA grass grassIt IraH IraHIt
It was with wih difficulty dlfcllty that Ilat tho lion lon the themonkeys thpmonkes themonkeys
monkeys and nn the African Arricn entourage entoumgl res rescued r rcued rescued ¬
cued themselves thEmslles and thir toilets toills from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the fast spreading spreadiill blaze bhlzl and so spoiled spoiledwas poitc
was that part of the jungle jun le within a few fewminutes fwlinult fewnintules
minutes linult that the art director sank into intodcfpo intodtIpo intodespo
dcfpo dtIpo dency dencynoss dEncyROSS clencyBOSS
ROSS rnrcKM TRCKUI itKfiES IEIES rvov rvovSa SI SISas
Sa Sas > He ftnnt ont l It < et laborer Hun III IIIHti lilt liltflfltIfletStrIkr
le 11 11Ihl
Hti flfltIfletStrIkr lnrs lnel < StrIKe Spread SpreadBecause SpreadnCrIIO SpreadBecause
Because nCrIIO of tho arbitrary demands dEmanlq of oftho ofthe ofthe
the leaders of a teamsters tcam tr union and nndthreats andthrNlts nadthreats
threats to ruin rlin his business busintA Mortimer Iortimlf L LPalmer r rPalmlr EPalmer
Palmer Palmlr a boss hOf truckman of Bedford Bedfordavonup Btdford Btdfordavmul l3edforolavenuze
avonup avmul and North orth Fifth Firh street ItJtt Williams Williamsburg Wiiams Wiiamshur Williamsburg
burg hur who 1ho does dOCR a considerable rnliderhle part art of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the thl hauling Isulnj for the American Amtrlmn Sugar Re Refining HI Refining ¬
fining tning Company announced announc yesterday yesterdaythat Y18terdaythat
that his hi would wOlld IKS an open opn shop His Hisdetermination Hisreltrmlnatlon Illsdetermination
determination reltrmlnatlon is the result Jsult of the th strike strikeamong ftrik ftrikamong strikeamong
among his hi drivers drivlrs which began hlJnn a month monthago monthaJo monthago
ago aJo Since Hinc then new employees hive hivebeen ha habeln havebeen
been beln constantly interfered in rfrf with wit h and it ith ithHS ithas
h has s become becme necessary necesar to have police polc pro protection proItction protection ¬
tection tectionOur Itction ItctionOlr tectiontnr
Our Olr concern cncrn and the th Brooklyn Trans Transportation Transp Transportation ¬
portation p < rttion Company said Mr Palmers Palmlrs Palmlrsrprfntatie Palmersrepresentative
representative rprfntatie yesterday eh > rra were wrl the only onlyones onlyon8 onlyones
ones which paid paid the tht union wages Our OurdrierR Ourdrivers
drivers drierR didn t want to go on WIspl strike strite but butthey hit hitthpy loutthey
they were ordered oldlred to quit 10 uit by h the thl local localunion localunion localunion
union of the International lttrnltonal Teamsters Teamstersof Ttlmttrs Ttlmttrsof
of America AmeriCl of which Valentino alntinl Hoffman Hoffmanis Holman Holmanis
is the t hI president H Holman Hoffman off mil n and other otherlocal othEr othErloml otherlocal
local lenders IlldprR made mldl it known that the thoreason therllson thereason
reason rllson the thl strike Itrikl was wal ordered or lrd was Wil because ixjcausewe Ilcuse IlcuseWI becausewe
we WI wouldnt pay overtime ovrime That is a nlie aiI alie
lie iI We Wl e always p paid for legitimate Isitimate over overtime ov ovtime overtime ¬
time but not for loafing 10alnl
What Whlt these strike leaders wanted wnnttd 111 111to Uqto usto
to do was to sign 8iln an agreement Igrlmllt permit permitting permitting > ermit ermitting
ting th thm m to appoint a steward Itewlrd for our ourstable our8tnhle ourstable
stable who V ho would be hove a tho tl t ho foremin foreminThis fonIln fonIlnThiE n nThis
This ThiE steward Itcward would take the tht business businessout hUlinA
out of our hands and conduct cn uct it as II he saw sawfit 8 sawultnnd W Wft
fit ft ultnnd and we payout the money mont That was wassuch wat wassuch
such an outrageous outrguR demand dtmlnd that thlt we wewouldnt WPwouldnt wewouldnt
wouldnt listen lstn to it Then Thln the strike strikecame strikl strikecarneand
came mnl carneand > nnd lnd since linc then some 80mI of our drivers driversin crivprl
in fact nearly all 11 hove sent nt us lS word re repeitedly re1 re1peatedly
neverwanteol wanted strike tostrikeand strikeand I IHnd
peitedly Jltedl that they never nEveranlpd to
and were willing wiln to go po hack to work but hit I Itheir Itheir Itheir
their union lenders Itnclr would not let them themEven themEvpn themEven
Even the thl wives wiv and the t h children chidrn of some someof SeOULof lne lneof
of these drivers have been hln to see I u us and nndtold lne andtold
told tole us lS they were starving Rtarvin Th TIJ iho union unionleaders unionIAdP unionIPaolPrs
leaders IAdP promised the strikers a weekly weeklysum wppkhIHm weekirSimon
sum IHm of money monp pending a settlement settllmlnl of ofthe rrth ofthe
the th strike trikt but they havent havtnt received rICild a Hpenny aplnny ai
penny i ° flflY We have now n full ful complement complementof cmpllnlntof
of men and our olr stable is an In open oln one oneNo 01 oneNo
I IThe
No o more unions for UH UHThe tisThe
The local officers ofC n of ot the th t hO International IIIrotinnnll IIIrotinnnllBrothlrhood lit I erna t ional ionalBrotherhood I IBrotherhood
Brotherhood Brothlrhood of Teamsters Teamt who are arP en engineering cmigineering n nIintring ¬
gineering Iintring Ihe strike trikl of the th teamsters teamtel in inthe inthe inthe
the stables of lackion Bros Hrs in Houth Houthstreet Houthtnet tiotitlistreet
street ordered ord red strikes yesterday vltPr ay in the thestable t thestables h hItahl
stable Itahl of two other othlr employing firm firmon frm frmon firmson
on the thl alleged allKd ground Irolnd that thlt these thl firm firmwero frr firmswere
were wPre doing doinl work for some ROlI whose who team teamstep tlamten tcInisters
step ten were already on strike strikeThe Rrik RrikThe strikelhe
The principal strike ordered yesterday yesterdaywas estorda estordawas
was nt the stables tnhle of Thomas J 1 Smith SmithIto nlth nlthgO
80 Onmbers CulllJ street Htrplt Mr Ir Smith Hlith began at atonce alOnC atonce
once OnC to fill tl the th places pial of the tht striker strikerAs strikersAs rikf
As 0R to tO the thl cause CIf assigned for the 111 strike strikelie trip
lie 10 HO aid id The men had no grievance Jrifvancl It Iti 1 I t tN
i N my IV III > right rilhl to takt any ani business II w that thatcome thatcor thatfItI
come cor fItI to f me 1l in in m t line lineA ll
A meeting leetln of the New ew York District DistrictCouncil Distrcl Distrclouncil Oistriettill
Council till nci I of the th t he teamslurx tarr tea must ers was hold hele last lastevening IIt IItin latOO1
evening OO1 I 0 ft in i fl Coyles Hull lal I I itl I e es t Tenth Ii nnd nndHudson lWe a nut nutlluiduoTi
Hudson I1t 01 streets treet to order > r more IOr strikes strikesSecretary tJie tJiecrtary IrihesSecretary
Secretary Shea Hhla said after Ih 1 he meeting meetingthat tllil
that I a I strike Htrikl of about uholt IOo1 I ts YI more 10r team teamsters tII teittitSteus ¬
sters J in about alolt a dozen more stables abl was wasordered wasonler wasortierd
ordered onler to go o into effect today He Hesaid I II e esaid
said lid that work for fil the tl firm frm whose team tunmMtep teamIr tatuieter
Mtep Ir were on 01 strike Illke was being hil done dOle at atTE alIh attliuei
Ih tliuei stalIeu stalIeu1EVtT tnbl
TE 1EVtT tvr VKBWVT VKBWVTliulginrnt 11 IU SIIEItItI SIIEItItIluidgnient HIEltL HIEltLludfJlnt
liulginrnt ludfJlnt Against laI18t Arthur II 1 Iroal lle lleersrd Ir Irntl Beerted
> ersrd ntl by I 1 Appellate pplat Court CourtThe CourtTh8
The 118 Appellate pflafe Division Dlvi ion of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court yesterday reversed revered a judgment judgmentobtained jud judgmentobtained mtJt mtJtobtined
obtained by Louis Iouil Sherry Sher against Arthur ArthurB
B Proal director dirlctor of a dozen gas ga com companie companie cornpanic
panie for a half hlif years YtarH rent of an apart apartment apartmnt apartmunt ¬
ment mnt In n a decision written writen by Justice JusticeScott Juticf JusticeScott
Scott Scot from which Justice Justic Clarke dU dl elisseuited elisseuitedwithoUt ented entedwithout elted
without an opinion the court cOlrt concluded concludedthat I I
that there therl were no facto fHctl in the case ce that thatwarranted thaIwnrrantd thatwarranted
warranted being being submitted suhmlted to a jury juryand juryan juryand
and an that the suit it should RhOlid havo been l cn dis dismisled dil dilmied disniissetl
misled in the lowerfcourt lowerfcourtHroal lowercourtProal
Proal was WI lowerlourl paying palnl 11000 10 a 1 year at atSherrys atRhprry atSherrys
Sherrys up to October I IPOt IPIt andthen and then he hewas hewa liewas
was wa notified notfed Uf that the th rent ren was to be in increased Increact increased ¬
creased creact to 14000 Sherry made out a nlease aleal alease
lease leal for that amount amolnt running one year yearnnd yearand elr elrInd
and Ind declared decared that that he sent it to Proal ProalIroul Pral Proallroal
Iroul Iroal in a talk with wih Sherrys manager managersaid mfna managersaid er eraid
said he didnt get jet the lease and stated statedI statedflint tnellthat
I lint he wanted a I lease good ood for five fve years yearsbut ycar ycarhut yearshUt
hut executed yearly Proal moved moved out outnnd outand outand
and bought hou ht a hoise hO lse but hut Sherry contended contendedthai
thai the tlU apartment apartnlmt had been bell leased Ifed nnd nndbrought uundbrought nd ndhrolght
brought suit Ilit to recover recoV r
I 91 91NINE
j Three Tlr to fonilder K Each ch Route Appointed Appointedby Aplntd Aplntdby
by the Appellate Dtv1ioNine Divide DivideNine
llplate Dlvlo Dlvloine
Nine ine commissioners cmmissioner in three proposed proposedi prpsed prpsedrapid
i rapid transit trnsit undertakings undlrakinJs were ap appointed a apolnttd appointed
pointed yesterday by the Appellate Appelate Divi DiviMion DiviHiolof Dlvisionof
Mion Hiolof sionof of the Supreme Court Cour at lt t the instance instanceof instn
of the Public Puble Service Senie Commission Gommilion They Theyare
are ar to conduct cnduct hearings on the proposed proposedimprovements prposedimprvtments proposedimprovements
improvements and report reprt to the Court CourtIn
In sixty lixy days daYlunlol1 unless the lime is extended extendedTho e etendedllia tende
The lines IntR in question qUlstiol are ar a Canal street streetI stret stretIllhway streetsubway
I Illhway subway Manhattan MlnhaU < n Bridge Hridle subway and andRiver andH andRiver
River H 11 a avenue elevated in the Bronx BronxThe BronxThe BronxFlie
The commissioners commiAionol for the Canal Cnnll street streetline streetlne streetI
I line lne are Sumner Humnlr Gerard Thomas Thomal A Jan Janvier JanIEr JanI
I vier IEr and ald James B Kilburn 1ihurn This line lne is isto 18to Isto
to run through throuRh anal CUIII from a point near nearCentre nearCentro nearentro
Centre street where connection connecton can cn b bmade be bemade hemade
made with wih the thl Manhattan lanhatan Bridge loop loopthrough loopthrolJh loopthrough
through throlJh to Washington WllhiltOI street strot thence thencocurving thenc thencecurving
curving in a loop through to West WtRt street streetand Itreet ItreetInl streetutntl
and Inl returning retlrinJ under Inder Watts Wats to Canal Clmll near nearHudson nEar nEarHudson nearHullson
Hudson also two spurs PUII running rnning from fromCanal fromCanll fromCanal
Canal Canll into Broadway one of which is to toconnect tocnnect tocontiect
connect cnnect with a proposed road rod under underBroadway underBroadway tinderBroadway
Broadway at Grand Grld and Ind another with witha
a proposed railroad rilroad near IMr White WhiteThe Whie WhieI Whitelie
The lie commissioners rmmissiOwra for the Manhattan Manhatan ManhatanBrid ManhattanBridge
1 Bridge Brid line lne are Randolph Rn olph Hurry Edward EdwardC Fdward FdwardC
C Crowley and In Richard Hchard W Hallimin HalliminThis Halmn HalmnThis Haltimanlhis
This route rute extends over oVlr the Manhattan ManhattanBridge Manhatan ManhatanBridgo ManhattanBridge
Bridge to tho centre cntl line lne of Chrystie Chrste street streetwhere streetwhlre streetwhere
where whlre the tracks trcks are lre to diverge in two twospurs twoRfUI twospurs
spurs RfUI ono going oinl southwest lonthwelt into the thoBowery theBowery theRowery
Bowery and nd extending to t a point foint near nearDoyers nearJo nearloyers
Doyers Jo rR street to connect cnntc with n I proposed proposedsubway fropst proposedsubway
subway under nndtr the Bowery and the th other othergoing othergoinp othergoirigwost
going goinp goirigwost west and al northwest lorthwPRt to the centre centreline cntre cntreJnl centreline
line of Canal and the eastern
Jnl street strtpt an e ter edge edgeof
of the th Bowery Howr nnd eventually tvpntualy connect connectwith cnnect cnnectith connectwIth
with ith the Ih proposed Canal street stJet subway
The TIl River H > r avenuo elevated t1tated commis commissioners rmmis rmmisionlr commissioners ¬
sioners ionlr are Iro William Wiiam O 1 Davis Douglas DouglasMathewson Douglal IouglasMathewson
Mathewson and Millard Hlaro H Ellison EIon This Thisroute Thisrntl Thisroute
route rntl which fa I wholly in The Bronx Bronxstarts DronxRtlrtf Bronxstarts
starts Rtlrtf in Mott Mot avenuo aVlnuo near fWth Ilth street streetconnecting atrtet streetconnecting I Icnnpctins
connecting cnnpctins with wih the proposed prfoled Lexington Lexingtonavenue Leinlton LexingtoniIcouIe
avenue a 11 line I II running Ilnninp north Along Mott Mottavenue Mottaventie I I
avenue alnIO under under tho New ow York Central Centraltracks Centraltrcks Centraltracks
tracks trcks thence thnc thencecuirvingthrough curving cuninJ through 153d l53dstreet l53dstreetFranz street streetFranz strlt i iFrnz
Franz Frnz Sigel Ri tl Park north to the block blockbounded hloc llockhounded
bounded by River Rhlr avenue aenll Gerard avenue nvenue53d avenue113d avenue153d
53d 113d and nnc 157th 1i7h streets etretl thence thenc north norththrough norh norhthroulh norththrough
through throulh Itivornvenuonnd ltivernvenue h I tnuo and Jerome Jtrome avenue avenueto Ipnue Ipnueto
to a 1 point At or near Clarke street to con connect connct conflct ¬
nect with wih the thf proposed rofosld Jerome avenue avenueelevated avenueel avenueelevated
elevated elevatedcirr el elevatedCtIT va ted tedCH1
cirr ronrrrs fIUf1S OIfIl lS rfiii 1RII sns snsCourtMartial EV1SCniirlMartlal lS lSCourt
CourtMartial Court Irlal Han lal Not ot Yet et t Derided Ulldd on onIK onI onlit
IK I Verdict VerdictTho VerdictThe rdtlt rdtltTho
Tho case ca o of Cnpt Cnft apt Hex Van an Den Corput Corputthe
the th army orl officer who is i charged lhargr with wih hav having havin haying ¬
ing in sent Illt in fraudulent fro UCIIIlt bills hiI to the t he chief chiefpaymaster chiffaymater chiefpaymaster
paymaster faymater for mileage micnJP was continued at atthe atthl atthe
the thl Army Arm Building Hnid n yesterday yesterdayCipt tlra tlraCapt
himself the stand standboth standbot standboth
Cipt Capt apt Corput himllf was on
both bot h nt the morning and lnd afternoon aflrnool sea sessions 1M 1Msion seasions ¬
sions He said that instead of making makingmoney maltng maltngmOle makingmoney
money mOle by h following folowin out Olt his hl own plan in inmaking inmAking inmaking
making his hi official olclal trips to Utica and fling Binghimton Binj flinghaniton
himton han101 ho 11 lost 10Ft by h it His Ii civil chi counsel counselKdwarJ conn9tI conn9tIEdward counselRdwarj
Edward t l 1I Webb Wtbh argued ar upd that Capt CaptCorput CaptCorpnt CaptCorpuit
Corput could cull not be hI guilty Ituity of fraud in incertifying Incertifying
certifying falsely inasmuch as he had not notgained notgnin1 notgained I
gained by it it As for the gravity of the thocharge theclrr thecharge
charge clrr of certifying cfrifylng falsely Mr Ir Webb Webbdeclared Wehbctclarpd iehbdeclared
declared ctclarpd that in il many instances instancl officers officersdid ofcef officersdid
did not make mai trips in strict atric accordance accordancewith
with orders onll1 and Ind still sli collected collcted mileage mieaJe OR ORthough 1 a athough
though they had carried carrild out the letter letterof letlr letlrof
of their ther instmotions intnINioIR inst rietions rietionsMr
Mr 11 Webb etb questioned Robert C Sutton Suttonchief Suton Sutonchif Suttonchief
chief clerk cerk in the th chief chilf paymasters office officeon oOce oOceon
on that point Mr Ir Sutton Suton cited clNJ us lS an aninstance anintanep aninstance
instance of that sort ROr of thing thin the practice practiceamong iractiseamong e eamong
among the officers fr1 of certifying Irifying that they
had travelled trlEI1 seventeen enten miles mi in going goinJ
from Fort or Hamilton Hamiton to Fort For Washington WashingtonThe WashinJton WashinJton1lw ashingionItit
The 1lw seventeen Ilt1 miles mil is if intended intlnde to cover covertho covtr coverthe
tho distance lfunf from trr Fort For Hamilton Hamilon to New NewYork Nework w wYork
York ork Hnd lll mtuI then thel back to Fort For Washington WashingtonAs I
As 1 a matter Iaupr of fact fac the th officers 01cr3 usually usuallygo uSlaly uSlalyo
go o over onl in a launch directly and anelh the dis distance dislane ellatancu ¬
lane is i very Ser ery much Ilch less lessTh lesslho
Th 1 > other witness for the defence dlfncf was wasCo Wi
Co 01 Henry L I Harris of the Coast COII Artillery Artillerythe Ariel
the commanding ommamlnR officer olclr at Fort For iiancock iiancockHo IIUCOK IIUCOKHe
He was called < Ip as a spokesman for capt CnptCorjtuts captCOllt CaptCorputs
Corjtuts good ood character characterTho hAraetlr hAraetlr1hl
Tho 1hl case ca o went before htfore the court in mid midafternoon midaftfroon midafternoon
afternoon aftfroon Adjournment Alljourmcnt wa 1 tOken be before be before ¬
fore the officers ofcfr reached roch la n decision When Whenthey Wh Whenthey n I It
t they do do < 0 decide dpcr the til case el will wi go 0 to Major MajorOon MajorCoon
Coon 1 Wood Woor the th reviewing Ieiowin authority and andunless andutnless I IInllls
unless Inllls the recommedation recmmlation is if for dismis dismissal ¬
sal Ial from the t h lii service FPflce he h will wi make ma e it i public publicmHSOV publc publicIlEISs I IIIm
The Th Greatest I rlalp t ImtUal lIIthal Ever r Held leld Herman HermanIllddrr IlcrnusnIllikier I IIUddpr
Illddrr Prophesies ProphesiesThe irohesIerho 10111111
The Th committee olmitee of citizens ci1ZInR appointed appointedby I
by the th Mayor to ns assist > ist the HudsonFulton HudsonFultonCelebration l1 HutolsonFuiltonelebratioti < fonFulton fonFultonClehr
Celebration Clehr tiot Commission organized orranizfd yes yeslordny Yf yest
lordny I In in lie I h City Hall In liii 11 II Joseph H HChonte HChote Hborne
borne wa WI elected elCctl < chairman of the thl com cor cornunit J Jinittee
inittee mit unit tO and nd Kliot Elot Tuckerman Tucktrman secretary secretaryKosrjiutjons secretaryibsrluutions erotarv erotarvHolutlonf
Kosrjiutjons Holutlonf were lrl passed paMr empowering empoweringMr pmpwtrl g gIr
Mr Ir Chonte Cholte to 0 name nnml Hihconunittees 1411l lhcmliIN lhcmliINTh 000iiiiitteCs 000iiiiitteCslIio j
The Th committee pomlint oIiitliit too consists Jof of about 2000 2000men znoomell 00 00muemu
men mell So many nut u iy of them t attended nltndd a I t end cc I yester yesterdays 3est tr trdays
days rny meeting rleling meet i ii g that t ha t the thl t ii e council lImcl I chamber chamberwas clnmher clnmherwn cfii nil er ervns
was wn > unable Illhlo I I fifl I I lo to t ou accommodate acconlnodate a t e them ther t nil nilHerman all a II IIlemtiatti
Herman Hlal Itiilder Hilder described the work workaccomplished workaClmrplshd workby
accomplished aClmrplshd by hI the th commission and andsaid ald aldaid utticiso
said so RI that t III t the Iht I lie festival fest i vut I next n nez t September Septemberwould Hflemlll HflemlllWOJ Spt a tither titherwoiuild
would WOJ be hI tho most IORI impressive this thiscountry thil thiscti
country cti IU I ii I r ry had Ii a d seen n 1111 ind I probably proha Ily lily the thelargest I h hInrgtHt helargest
largest InrgtHt in history John 1011 K E famous Pnlons and andFruncis andFmnci iruolli111C114
Fruncis Lynde IYJh Stetson made mldo speeches speechescalling sIuecliesa plch plchcnlill
calling cnlill a Ili hg upon UpOI II 1011 citizens Itiz l t l7Cii4 > n of the tht t city and a tiol State Stateto HIatt S Ia t e eto
to help helpMr helpIr Itoh ItohMr
Mr Ir Chonte hnat announced nnlolnccd that every en nut nllion nllionhailr nation nationhaving ion ionhaving
having hailr diplomatic diplomatc relations relntionf with this thiscountry thi thicountr thiscdliii
country countr 3 would < take part plrt in the celebra celebration celebr ¬
lion t All Al A I I of those tho t nations Intlons mm tloiis Im h said taid sa Id would wouldsend wouldnt oui lot lotsenol
send nt warshipsand walIhifI11 the th gathering rlthlrln of these thesevessels thesevessuls
vessels 11 would wOlld make the celebration ctIhrtion a ort nortof sortof ortof
of peace gathering gut llhernl titer lug because Icallo so tO mail mailfighting 1111 1111nghtinl runny runnyfighting
fighting nghtinl ships would oull set fN Ihe tb t hu nations nationsthinking naton natonthilking nationsI
thinking thilking I hunk lug of the cost of wars wal in life le and andmoney nndmOi anolmotIpy
money moneypint mOi mOilIR motIpyFIR1
Only Onl a horning lumlnj Chimney lint hit Croker CrokrrHrmrmbrred CrokerRlmlmllrld CrokerRemembered
Remembered Rlmlmllrld a Previous Alarm There TherePretty Ttrt TherePretty
Pretty Prety nearly everybody eerbody in the Union UnionSquare UnionSquare UnionSquare
Square Hotel at Fifteenth Fiftetnth street Itrlt and andFourth andFourth
Fourth Fourh avenue IWfnUt nnd in il the Hotel America AmericaFifteenth omerica omericaFirfenth
Fifteenth Firfenth street strlt near Irving place plact was wairouted waroute wasrouted
routed route out of bed yesterday morning at at
4 oclock ocock when Home fomo one saw a a chimney chimnoyof chimnoof
of the tho Hotel America America burning out and andturned nndtur1 ann anntuirntcl
turned tur1 in an alarm which brought hrou ht a lot lotof lotof lotof
of fire fre fighting fghtnl machines and Chief Crokor CrokorIt CrokerI
It I hnd been htn not quite ten years yor since sincea slncI
a I similar alarm allrl was sent tnt in from the thesame theil1 theSittilO
same il1 neighborhood niJhhorhood for a I fire fre that badly badlyIama badlyrininaguct
damaged Iama ed the tll hotel now known as the theHotel UieHot1 thehotel
Hotel America and caused cau 01 the loss of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two lives lve HO yesterday Y morning mnornin though thoughI
I he h chImney tire tro had hlr burned itself Itet out outwhen outwhn outwhen
when the th firemen fremn got lot there thlre Chief Croker Crokertook Croklr Croklrtook Crokertook
took the ti precaution prEuton of sending a 1 man manto manto I
to every r room in the house to see ReI that thatno I Ino I
no sparks had gone in at thowmdows thlwldowf I
LtMWte LtMWteHeadytowear
Headytowear suits suitsthat suit Cost Clt much less lesshowever lentthat lessthat
that will wi give fully fullyas fuly fuII however howeverand howcvcrf
f as much satisfaction satisfactionas and the saving in time timei
as s if made to order i is an important factor factorWhy factorI factorWhy factorWhy
I Why have your clothes cothes made to order orderI
I L t
rniCETOS rniCETOSForty
Forty Clues ClaIe Heprrscntcd neprlmtld In the th Council CouncilThat Counll CouncilThst
That Hope Jopes to Get ssoooo 8500 the tht First FirstYear FiritYeftr Ittar
Year tar and ant Eventually VfntuaIY 9200000 12000 OOOOO a mYear aear aYear
Year ear try 11 a Systematic Itfmato CampaIgn CampalKnThe
The Cornellian Cornelhm Council Counci a body com composed compOd cornposed ¬
posed of tho alumni of Cornell Cornol University Universitywas UniversityWI
was WI formed yesterday afternoon afteroon at the theCornell theCornl1 theCornell
Cornell Cornl1 Club in this city Its It purpose Is Isto Isto Isto
to promote promot systematic systemato giving to Cornell Cornellon Cornel
on 01 the part of the alumni In n a general generalway generalway generalway
way it is akin to the money getting gettng move movements movements movemerits ¬
ments that are in vogue in Princeton PrincetonYale Princton PrinctonYale PrincetonYale
Yale and Harvard The Cornell Cornel plan is isto Isto isto
to try to get every eer alumnus or former formerstudent formerstudent formerstudent
student to give some stated sum each eachyear eachyea eachyear
year yea for the support of the university universityThe
The movement was begun begn last la t fall fiI and nndna
na a result rsult of the agitation agitaton the Cornell Cornelltrustees Cornel Cornelltnistees
trustees tnlRUS about two months ago appointed appointeda
a committee cmmitt of forty persons perons one from fromeach fror froreach fromeach
each of the thirty most recently recnly gradu graduated graduated graduated ¬
ated classes cI sR and ten at large to form the thecouncil thecunci thecouncil
council cunci The committeemen cmmitelmon met a month monthago monthago monthago
ago and appointed appointd a committee on plan planand planand planand
and scope fp which reported yesterday yetrday and andwhose fnd fndwhose andwhose
whose work was adopted thus forming formingthe
the council cunci Ira A Place Plac vicepresident vicepresidentof
of the Now ow York Central railroad rairoad was wasacting waacting wasacting
acting chairman of the meeting meetng and andRobert andHoblrt andRobert
Robert Hoblrt J Eidlitz Eidltz acting secretary secretar Dr DrH Ir IrH DrH
H D Schenck of Brooklyn was wa chairman chairmanof
of the thl committee commite which presented the thereport thl thereport
report reportThe rOfort reportrhe
The plan adopted adoftd provides frovides that there thereshnll thsreIhal thereshall
shall Ihal lie 1 fifty fft members of the council councilten counci
ten of the members being at large largeand largeand largeand
and one appointed from each of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the last lat forty fory classes ca8es Each F ch year ear the thenewest thonewest thenewest
newest class names a member membr who dis displaces dis1lacs displaces ¬
places the cass member from the oldest class classThe claos claosIhe classIhe
The 1lacs Ihe terms trms of office ofc are ar for five fve years and andtho andthe
tho members memberi are appointed affointed by hI classes classesnt cas ls lsat I
at each of their live e year reunions There Thereis Thtre Thtreis
is to be 1 a paid secretary secretar to do the solicit soliciting solci solicitins t tIn ¬
ins In His Ii work will wi lie supervised by b an anexecutive anexecutive I Iexecutve
executive committee commite of five members membersAll
executve membes I
All Al of the subscriptions and other othergiftw I Igifts
gifts irt are to to be paid direct to the treasurer treasurerof
of Cornell Corel University nnd none of the themoney thf themoney
money given g en is to pass pasf through thrugh the hands handsof handof
of the council cOIJcl or secretary 8teletal The expenses expensesof
of maintaining the organization r ani7tio eXfenfts eXfenftsof of lf the thecouncil thecouncil i icouncl
council councl are to be met from the gifts lirs that thatcome thatcome thatconIc
come to the university The Thl initial ox oxpcnsq oxrnse
pcnsq of getting getn started will wil probably frohahlv probablybe
le rln 1 borne hore by the university un trsl after lfter which whichthe whlcnthe wliichthe
the council councl will wi practically practcly be eelfsus eelfsustaining selfsustaining selfsitstaming
taining By the rotation rtaton of clashes clashesmembership classesmembership ls lsmomhershil
membership in the body will wi l he > e ca of an anautomatic anautomatic anauitotiiat
automatic ic character characterThis charcter charcterThil characterThis
This Thil plan of systematic giving to ones onesalma onesulml onesalma
alma ulml mater has brought remarkable remarkableresults remarkableri remarkableresults
results ri lltg to Princeton In the last four fouryears fouryear3 fouryears
years it is I said id that the gifts girs to that insti institution inAtltulon institution ¬
tution tulon from frm its alumni have reached rllche a atotal atotal atotal
total of more than H000000 S OloO At Harvard Harvardthe
the plan in vogue oJue just now Is to have haveeach haeeach haveeach
each class give ive a certain crtnin sum on the thetwentyfifth theIwentlrh thetwentyfifth
twentyfifth Iwentlrh anniversary Annivell of o graduation graduationHarvard graduationHarvard rduaton rduatonHanard
Harvard is i said to receive rtcle about S250K0 S250K0a S250OO
a year in that way Systematic giving ing at atYale atYale atYale
Yale produces proucs more morl than 10000 SIOO a year yearIt yearI yearIt
It I is said sid that the sum tum really Jlly is much muchmore muchmore mitchmore
more than that hut a alnrll large part of what is isgiven isIiven isgiven
given is kept keft secret Other universities universitiesit
Iiven it is il said fnld are ur considering 10nsiderinJ similar fimlar plans plansto
to those in operation oprtion at Princeton and the theone thl theone
one adopted yesterday esteray by the Cornel Cornelliana Corel Corellana Cornolhans
liana lianaPrinceton lana lanaPrinCton hansPrinceton
Princeton PrinCton has hn something lomethin moro mor than than80OO
80OO 101 Irdwltef graduates or former students studlntR on onIts I
Its rolls rols Cornell Corel has ha more 101 than IHooo IHoooThe 100 l8stiThe
The Iornellinnssnid lomtllnnt nid yesterday that within withinfour withinfour
four years Ylar they hoped to have the tnI gifts giftsfrom lift giftsfrom II
from the alumni reach ch of
rl an average aerge S10 S10n Stl 10 10a
n 1 graduate rnduatt or JJOOOOO SZOoO a year ytnr It I was wasestimated wal wasestimated
estimated that the first the th
etimatr frst year Ylar gifts giftswould girs girswould giftswould
would reach rach fully fuly 50000 O and that the thegrowth thejrwlh thegrowth
growth jrwlh would be gradual jrdual for several heveralyears severalyears eerl eerlyelf
years yelf until unti n 1 maximum is reached reachedThe rtachl reachedThe
The council councl will wl begin ht in its Is active work workafter workArer workafter
after Arer next commencement commtncemlnt when a I per permanent permanent ¬
manent paid pid secretary Iecretr will wi be b chosen chosln Pr Prmanent by bythe hythememlf bythe
the thememlf members membersCASTROS membersCiSTROS
i iUptlrnln
IIHiirnlnc Uptlrnln Yrnenrlan pnl7lelan Deny Urn Thnt lie lieDrank I lIeiPrank I IJranl
Drank Jranl HraUl IlaI Mhlle hle There ThereNicolas ThereNicolas hrrt hrrtiolls
Nicolas iolls VeJoz 1107 Ooiticon noitira who whl arrived on onThursdayjfrom onThurfdlyjfrom onThtmrsdayfrom
Thursdayjfrom Germany by h the thl Hamburg HamburgAmerican Homhlrj HamburgAmerican
American mPriean liner lnlr President Preiident Grant has his the thedistinction th thoillnct thedistinct
distinction distinct ion of having havinl survived sUrivf in the theVenezuelan thoenlzuplan tImeneztielan
Venezuelan enlzuplan diplomatic dlflom1tc service pfic chiefly chify JIB lS asthe i ithe Ithe
the republics rPIHlhlcR representative rprentalv in Europe Europethrough Europti Europtithrouh Etiropethrough <
through twentyseven t administrations administrationsHe ncminiArtions ncminiArtionsHe
He was cbnrgt1 daffaires dlfnilH when wl1n Castro Castroarrived CRtro CRtroarrifc Castroa
arrived arrifc a in Berlin lien in nnd Ind ii mid being btin g a linguist lnguilt lin gutist and anddiplomat Jn JndiplomAt anddiplomat
diplomat saw RW that Castro CARt astru was wnl properly properlytaken properlytnkpn Prolerltaken
taken care of in derrmny derrmnySeller Ormn Ormn8lIor GurmtnySefior
Seller 8lIor Ooitica ioiticoa refused lpfIFc to talk about aboutVenezuelan ahoutpnt7utlan uulioutVenezuelan
Venezuelan pnt7utlan affairs nIair or oj thoso of tho ex exPresident exiresiolent x xIrelidfnt
President Irelidfnt on the th ground that thnt11 he had never I Imeddled Irtcdlec Imeddled
meddled rtcdlec in ffie tlltlrllp political life lifeof of his hiclmtr hiclmtrRne hiscotmntrySone country
Sone Rne of Sertor 81or Goitieoas Ooiticas friends told toldsomething toldRmethll toldsomething
something Rmethll about Castros CaRtrf experience eXflri > nr in inGermany inGermany I
He H and his
Germany party including includinghiR i ihis
his wife wift spent fpmt alxmt L0iO alone I10ne for forhotel I Ihotel Ihotel
hotel nccommodntions JCcmmodntionR in Berlin Berln and the theoperation th i I Ioperation
operation cost COIt Castro altrl astro 55001 > OOO He fl was wasfour Wil wasfour
four and a half hours hour under undlr the t lie influence Infulnr imifluieneeof I Iof I
of amvsthelies luRAthel i ice The Tit lb doctors loClorf who vhi had hadheard hndhard htmlheard
heard that Castro hnd lived Ihc intem intpmprtely > erately I Iwere Iwrt Iwere
were wrt surprised to find him in good od con cn routdillon i idition Idition
dition Asa As a matter mlter of fact hnstro 101tro drank drnk drankmoderately I Imoderately ImOt1rnld
moderately mOt1rnld always mixing water with withhis withhis
his wine The doctors advised advi8d him to togo too togo I
go o to Spain and nnc recu recuperate > erate but ho disro disrogarded di hisrulgtmrcied r rparded
garded parded their t1ir advice udlc and Ind decided to return returnto
to Venezuela Venezuelauris lle7IW lle7IWliT UuILPIllIltlIHS
IHS liT A 1 sorxn OX isni IH ISI4X1i > i I
1 P I Morgan Iorlan Ir ciiiilrrn Illlrl East Ia t Island IslandNear IslanilNear I Ilar
Near lar 4lcn ien 111 Cote CoteMINKOIA Ol oe oeilimEomi
MINKOIA li I I April ArriI 10The 16 Tht The deed f to tothe 10the tothe I
the property IlrOflrt known as I East Ealt Island Iand near nearGlen neu neuHen nearilen
Glen Cove sold sld a few fEw weeks tek ago Igo by Law Lawrence L Lsewrence ¬
rence Jacob of Hill HIl View Warren county countyN
N Y to Thomas Joyce of Brooklyn and andtransferred andtransferred
transferred transferre to J Pierpont Morgan Ji Jiwas Jrwal Jiwas
was wal filed fed In the County Clerks office ofce here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today It 1 is if dated dater April Allril2 12 East Est Island Islandconsists Islandconsists slandcnsists
consists cnsists of between het een forty to fifty ffty acres acresand acrts acrtsand acresand
and was wal disposed dispsed ofnccording to the deed deedfor deMfor deedfor
for S1O 10OOO and other considerations considerationsIeonaid considertons considertonsInard consideratIonsLeonard
Leonard Jacob the original owner of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the property prpert died diEd on October 2 1008 1008leaving 108 108Jlving IO0leeving
leaving Jlving his real property to two sons sonsLawrence 8nl sonsLawrence
Lawrence and illiani lam H t Jacob The Thelutter TheI Thehatter
hatter I ter died on 01 December Decem er 24 of the Mme snmeyear MmeYtlr sameyear
year Ytlr Joyce gave a mortgage of 233333 S233333Ind 233333nnd 233333and
and Ind later lattr sold ol the property to Mr MI Morgan Morgnnsubject Morgansubject lorJan lorJanslhjet
subject slhjet to tto le mortgage nnd also to a alease aIfae alease
lease Ifae on Dosoris mill mi pond The East EastIcland flt flt1llnd EastIsland
Island 1llnd property was WIS formerly formlry known knownas
as Matinneeock atlnnl ock and its northern northtr extren extrenIty extrel extretiity I
Ity is if now called cal1i Matinneeock ati ock Point I
CAHItOL fIIWI n I 1 WIXSLOW Jflmr n nStranue nCltI nCltIHtran ItfILEI ItfILEIMiranie
Stranue Htran Fir Deatro Ip troA Content contentl of III IIIHoom 111 111Room lliIloem
Room In Yale Ylle Horniltorj HorniltorjNEW lorOlor lorOlorEW
NEW EW lUvfN IlnN April Apri It I Cnrrol D 1 Wins Winslow Winslow Winslow
low of New ew York a rcientiflc tCiEltifc junior at atYnle Atal atYale
Yale al is in the Yale Infiminy nfmry tonight tonighton ton thl thlon
on account account of burns hlrR on the body received receivedin rtc ed edin
in a fire fre in his hil room in ho Cloister CloiRtlr Annex Annexa
a Shef her dormitory in Grove street streetThe ftreet streetrho
The fire fr was wal discovered about 2 oclock oclockthis I IIhiR I IlImits I
this morning moring There were wtre thirteen stu students FtU FtUdenlH students ¬
dents in il the building huidlng and nil al got o out Olt in intheir Intheir intheir
their piijnnmm fllJIOaf Only Winslow Winliow was wnf in injured inJured ittjured ¬
jured an the th blaze bln7o was wal in li his ta room roomNo rool roomNo
No one knows knowl exactly exactl how it i started startedHis startedHIs Iartld IartldHis
His room mate John slays IlY Hammond HammondJr
Jr wawaway was away
Winilow inlowRroomwaRhurnEdout n room wn was burned ou t I ltwns ltwnspxplnHiply It f wn was wasxuenuiively s sexpensively
expensively furnished and Inrl his hif loss 1011 it itheavy II iiheavy
heavy heavyHOTEL 1f1y 1f1yIWTI heavyItorIL
HOTEL JirflVS mI FROM JIWU THE ni TOIFire TOI j4pFire 01 01Ire I
Fire Ire In Cupola CuPola1810lrll lllirnvrred by h Sinn Ial Far FarFrmn IarI Farirnuui
Frmn I rnl the till llulldlne llulldlneRuiiMONii nuldlu nuldluHIIMOS l3iilIdhiigltiemtMoNlP I
RuiiMONii HIIMOS Va VI a April Apri IB tl Mecklen Mecklenburgs Meeklqunburgs Ipcklenh1rp1 ¬
burgs h1rp1 Kote Iot vnlued at a KfKilKX fnOuMI is II i in inashes Inashes I ITh I
ashes The fire frI fire began hflnn at 11 th thl thus top in in th thcupola th thcupol the thecupola
cupola A nmn who saw IW the th tire fro from fromnfar frm frmatlr roni roniafar
afar atlr notified nolllM the guests Jlel before they thA were wereaware WprAAWItA wereaware
aware AWItA that the upper story stor was WI almost almostready almot almotrfn almostready
ready rfn y to fall fallThe faUTbe fallThe
The origin o of the te firo fe o 13 i a cayitory cayitoryi mytr mytrI r ri
r i p rr r Co wrrrar 1 T J j
Is this the Piano for which you have been waiting waitng waitngThe waitingTheWeber 1 1The
The TheWeber TheWeberGrand Weber WeberGrand WeberGrand
Grand Pianola Piano PianoThis
This is the te era of the Grand Piano It is also emphatically the theera theera I
era of the Pianola Piano Perhaps you are one of the te many manywho maywho manywho
who have been waiting until unti these thee two were combined combinedutl combineduntil until the theGrand te teGrand k kGrand ii iito
Grand Piano should be made in such a form as to be available availableto aviable aviableto
to you without the necessity for years of preparatory prepaator study studyThe stdyThe studyI
I The Weber Grand Pianola Piano Has Been BeenAn BeenAn BeenAn
An InstantaneousSuccess InstantaneousSuccessThere Instantaneous Success SuccessThere SuccessThere
There could be no other resujt from the introduction intoducon of such an aninstrument 1 1instrument i iinstrument
instrument as this thisIn thisIn I IIn
In the Weber Grand pianoforte construction constucton had reached reacheit reacheditshighest its itshighest 1
highest development Adding to it the METROSTYLE
ODIST Pianola Pianolathe the last word in pianoplaying devices devcen devicesan an instru instrument inst instment instrUI ¬
I ment was produced that is the Superior superor to anything hitherto hithero known knownThe know knowThe knownThe
The opinion of musicians musicans and others who have seen this new newinstrument newinstrument newinstrument
instrument is summed up by Miss Mis Geraldine Farrar prima donna donnaof dona donaof
5 of the Metropolitan Metropoltan Opera Company
When You Play PlayYourself PlayYourself PlayYour5elf
Yourself YourselfThe
The enjoyment of oflistening oflstening of1istenng
listening lstening to so beau beautiful Qeautiful beautiful ¬
tiful an instrument instrumentas instrment instrmentas
as the Weber eber Grand GrandPiano GrandPiano GrandPiano
Piano is many times timesincreased timesincreased timesincreased
increased when you youactually YOI YOIactualy youactually
actually actualy play this thisinstrument thisinstnmcnt thisinstrument
instrument instnmcnt yourself JIIdj jozirse
As Chief Guest or the PreRh Presbyterian PresbyterianIlrotlierlioonl > t < Mtan MtanIlrotherhood I
Ilrotherhood Iroth rhood lie lt Slams SlaOI Job oh Hedges l de as asan a aan q I Ian
an Absent Minded lIndld Dinner Cuest and andTells andTeII
Tells TtI and anl Hears Ilea Stories Nome New NewCongressman XI XICon NewCongressman I
Congressman Con reSman William Wiiam S Bennot Bnntt told toldthe toldthe I
the Brotherhood of tho Fourth Presby Presbyterian Presbyterian Preshyterian
terian Church last night nilht that ho hadnt hadnthad hadnthad hadnthad
had a chance chanc to be b b frivolous fr olous for a year yearand yearand yearand
and a half hal and that he was mightily mightilytickled mightiy mightiytickled mightilytickled
tickled to mako mlko a speech that wasntcrimI wasntseriuuis wasnt wasntserious
serious crimI and solemn Iolemn and poky pky It I was wasan wasan wasan
an awful thing to he a Congressman Conlressman Mr MrInnt MrBennet j
Bennet Innt complainedawful complained awful indeed Folks Folksexpected Folksecpeeted
expected pcled a Congressman to stand stnd in Folt61 pub public pub pubho ¬
lic lc with wih his hands tucked tuckt in the folds foldl of ofhis ofhIs
his hlf frock coat cat If I he dared to grin ho was wassuspected wasIHpected wassuspected I I
suspectedThe suspected I I
The brotherhood held its islnnual annual dinner dinnerat
at the th Hotel 10t1 Mario Iaro Antoinette Antoinete with Mr MrBennot MrJnnol MrRennet
Rennet Jnnol as its is itchief chief guest IISt Job K f Hedges Hedgeswas HedgtRwas
was expected but failed faied to appear They Theygot ThtYpot Theygot I
got pot even en by joshing the absent laugh laughsmith laughmith laughsmith i
smith at It every opportunity Congress Congressman Con refs refsman ¬
man Bennett B > nnptt said that Job wns WIS wa a I good goodnatured KoodnAture1 goodnatured
natured fellow flow and the only man ho ever everknew etr everknew 1
knew that refused refufed an JSOOO S II000 > o job but just justthe justthe justthe
the Maine amolob Job was wasaIunrelable wasasunrehlable ns unreliable as an April Aprilbreexe Apri I Ihreze Ibreee I
breexe when it I Idinner l
came to making good on ondinner ondinner
dinner acceptances acceptancesIts accptancts accptanctsIts
Its the thl mark of a green chairman chairmanalways chairmanalwAs chairmanalways
always said Jlr Ir Rennet to invite Invie Job JobHe JobHe JobHe
He always accepts because he under understands undprsllmd utnlerstands ¬
stands that that its itl the usual uAlal thing thin People Peopleselect Peoflo Peoflofplpct Peopleselect
select fplpct Job Joh for a dinner just ns they choose choosuthe choosethe choosethe
the entno Intr and the particular kind of ice icecream Ic Iccrlam icecream
cream crlam but nobody ever etr expects him to tomake tomakt tomitake
make makt good otl Job would go po out and sell selltickets Iel selltickets
tickets for the dinner dinntr if he h was asked askedbut askedbut askedhut
but il isnt regarded ns lS clubby to insist insiston
on 01 oh his presence presenceSome Ilestnce IlestnceHom resem1ce resem1ceSomnt
Some of the brotherhood who were werepresent wel welprtsent werelresettt
present prtsent among amon I5n 15 were werl Edwin Fdwin A Jones Joneswho Ionswho Ionitwho
who presided Rol Hollr Robert > ert II I loIo Joffo Albert T TSI I I IHIrlch ISt
SI HIrlch ranch Frank trnl H Robinson Herman HermanAcker HennanAcker liertuanAcker
Acker W V W V liriiickerhpff Irinckerhol Thomas Thoral U UBrowne UBrw 1 1Browmte
Browne Brw I > K 1 l H Courvoisier COlnoilier Coil rvoisier Charles Chari I hia rltt K K EBldersleeve i iCiildersleevo 1
Ciildersleevo GidelIvo Robert Hobr Gordon Gordol Francis Frncs H Hireene HOreen HOreemie
ireene Dr Henry Henr E Hale llIe Gilbert Giher Kay I
Hawes Haw Francis Frncis A Hotchklss J J J S IAm IAmoreaiiM IAmoraux LAtnorcauix
oreaiiM Thomas J McCabe McC abe John H HMclonnld i iMcDonald i ilcJonnld
McDonald lcJonnld Gordon Miller Iiler Dr J J K I Old1 Old1hum Olr Old Oldhitim
hum John Proctor George nor e G Kasdell KasdellHobcrt Hasdel ItasdellRobert
Robert D Samuels Smuels J Parker I arklr Sloane SloaneWilliam Il SloaneWilliam OiI
William Wiliam J J Sloane Christian Chriltan F Tletjen TletjenH
H C Tillinghast Tilnghat William Wiiam K Van an I Ilew IlewDr Iaew IaewDr few fewDr
Dr Charles CharllR Van an Wert and Anthonv White WhiteGilbert WhiteGibert WhiteGilbert
Gilbert Gibert Ray Hawes took Job Hedgeaa Hedgeaaplace Bedges Bedgesplac fledgessplace
place plac and revenged revenge himself himslf by telling tellingstories telng telngtrits tellingStories
stories trits about Job He said the after afterdinner afer aferdinner afterdinner
dinner humorist humorst had hd travelled tmveled all 01 over overthe overthe overthe
the country cuntr with our most promising promisingcandidates promiing promiingcndidate promisincandidates I
candidates cndidate and hadnt hdnt hadntyet yet et caught up with withthe withthe wit witthe
the job he h wanted He lf had hd taken tktn II Mr MrHedgess 11 MrHedgess
Hedgess HlKess place pilc before befor at a political poltcl meet meeting mot moting meeting ¬
ing up in Connecticut Connectict The chairman chairmanan chirman chirmanan
an old farmer mourned moume Jobs absence absenceand absenc absenceand
and looked unfavorably upon Mr Hawes HawesHe Hawt1
He Hf wanted wlnted to know how upn to t introduce introduc the thesubstitute thesubltltute thesuibstituto
substitute subltltute Mr 1r Hnwes Hawel said jestingly
Tell Tel them Im the most famous orator oratorin ortor ortorIn
in the country countryWe cuntr
We aint got our olr old friend frend the Hon HonJob HonJoh HonJob
Job Hedges Hedgls with us 1f tonight tonight unfortu unfortunately unfortunatly unfortunately ¬
said the chairman but heres
nately chirman herel a afellow afellow
fellow felow them fool national committeemen committoemensent committemen committemenRent I
sent along in his place plac He says his hll name nameis nae
is in Hawea Hawes the country and he says 8YS hes the best bst orator oratorin I
When Congressman Bonnet Bnnet began blgan they theywanted I Iwnnted I
wanted wanttd Conlsfmal him him to say something about the thoquestion theque theqtieuitlon
I question que > ton of open saloons loIoon8 on Sunday a aproposition 1 aproposition
proposition which opn Mr lr Bennet has hal been beenadvocating beenadvocating beenadvocating
advocating advocating smilingly but he sidestepped fidesteppd tho topic topicsmilingly topicsmilingly I
Ilmilngly Down in Washington Washin ton said he weve wevebeen weveI
I been n studying up on the Unitarian Church Churchand Churchand
I Iandpolf
and andpolf golf 1 dont ul know much mich about the theUnitariansexcept i iInitnrians Ilnitariln
Initnrians lnitariln Unitariansexcept except excpt what Tom om Reed said eaidonce lald laldonl saidonce
once President PJlidtnt McKinley had appointed appointedto Ipplnted I
to a good job a Congressman who was Wi at attho atthe atthe
the salute Hlle time Imf a 1 Unitarian minister minl tel A Anowgpaper Anowspapr
told Reed about it
newspaper man abut say ¬
nowspapr ing in the 111 appointment appintment had been recom recommended recommrmdpr recomniendeol ¬
mended mrmdpr by John D I Long LongWhat Longhat LongWhiit
What hat did Long want him appointed appointedfor appointd appointdfor
for growled the Speaker SpeakerWhy SakerWhy SpeakerWhy
Why flowled I guessMr pueRRlr Long Ionglfl in Ian a Unitarian Unitarianwild tDltarian tDltarianMid
wild the reporter reporterConfound
Confound it I ItI I thought Long was waaa WMJ
a J religious relJlouf person Prlon said tlld Read ReadAnyway Red RedAnyway ReedAnyway
Anyway the new vicepresident goes goesto goO
to our olr church He Is a Dutch Reformer Reformerin Reformerllca
in in Iticn llca and a j Presbyterian in Washing Washington ¬
ton 101 I on but thats IhatR I all ni right rightIMIIman ripht riphtlm rightPullman
Pullman lm IIiHlnrvs 8 Improving ImprovingfillCAfio lniprolngfliIcAMo lnl I IIICMjO
fillCAfio IICMjO April Apri 16 BusineM u9Inl of the thePullman th II IIPllmln
Pullman Pllmln Company has ha shown Ihown a 1 sharp I Iincrease Iincrease
increase increal within wi hin the past fat fortnight fornight and the themanufacturing I Imanufacturing I
manufacturing mnnufncturinl department clparment are Irl now nowoperating nowopfrating nowoperating
operating at about aholt1 SO per ptr cent < of capacity capaciy
In addition to thin thil gain Ialn which comes comespartly oom5partly comespartly
partly in orders ordet for street Itrft railway raiway equip equipment euip euipment equipmeat ¬
ment the company is il deriving derving increased increasedrevenue Ioreae increasedrevenue
revenue rveuo from trm iti It car cr eerrico Deme Demet 6erviceI
r t i I 1
ii The piano possessing poeaig the richest rchet and ad moat moatbeautiful mOt mOtbeutiul moatbeautiful
beautiful tone united with the greatest of ofall ofal ofall
beutiul tone unite wth atet
all al Pianoplayer Pianoplayers there must mut indeed ide be a amagnificent amagificet amagnificent
magnificent magificet future futre for such an instrument instrumentThe itmet itmetTe
The Te Weber We Grand GraJd Pianola PiaJola Piano mil ullbe be inform informally ifor iforaly iiformally
ally aly demonstrated demontrated daily between belee 10 and 12 A M MTHE MTHE MTHE
362 Fifth Fit Avenue Near Ne 34th 34t Street Ste New York Yor
Relatives RelaUve Do Not ot Believe noe He lisa lia Been BeenTaken BeenTaken fleenTaken I
Taken From St Ixmls IxmlsST Lm LmST 141011Sr I
ST Louis April prl 18 lBH H Clopton Cloptn at attorney attorey attorney ¬
torney torey for J Sheppard Sheppr Cabnnne Cbanne today todayissued ty tylelue todayissued
issued lelue a I statement ttlnt saying syJg that tht he thought thoughtJ
J Sheppard Cabanas Cabar 6 Sd 8 Tho ho wa WI taken takenfrom tken tkenfrom takenfrom
from his grandmothers grndmother8 home in this city cityon cit
on Thursday ThurdlY was wjth his mother and andwas andWIS andwas
was WIS still sti in St Louis Yesterday was wasjust wasjUlt wasJust
just ten years ers after afer the boys parents parentsfirst prent parentsfirst
first fJt attempt atempt to elope from Paducah Ky Kyhis Kyhis Kyhis
his mothers mcthers former home She was Miss MissMinnie MissMinnie Ii
Minnie linDi Leonard LeonardApparently Ionardpparently LeonardApparently
Apparently there is no desire dtire to charge chargeabduction chrge chargeabduction I Iabduction
abduction the penalty for which in Mi Missouri Misoon ¬
souri louri soon is death deathThere deathhere deathThere I
There here was wa much interest intrt here htre yeswr yeswrday yt yeerday
day in the case of James Jame Sheppard Sbepprd Ca Cabanne Cahanne Cabanne
banne 3d who was wa kidnapped kidnappe in St StIouis
Louis on Thursday The boy is a eon lon of ofBroughton ofBroughton I
Broughton Brnndenburgh whose wh0etroublt1 wh0etroublt1due troubles troublesduo troubledue
due to his first frt wifes wife alimony almony arrears aretl aretlhav arrearshave
have caused cau ed him to jump bail bai in a crim criminal criminal ¬ i iInal
inal case caseBrandenburgh CIRE caseltrandenburgh I
Brandenburgh Brlndenhurlh and his hil second leond wife wifewhom wifewhom wifewhom
whom he hI married marritd in Honduras InHon lrs have been beenliving bon
living 1 in at It H2 2 West Wft Ninth inth street Itrlet lp to a ashort ashort
short time tml ago the boy was W3 with wih them themthere themthlre themthere
there thlre but he IIO was WI later taken taktn to his grand Rrandmothers grn grnmoth grandniothers
mothers moth rB home in St Louis Lui when whtn the thewriters thewrlttrl thewriters
writers wrlttrl troubles troublt began btgan to crowd him himMrs hImMrs
Mrs II Valine Valne Brandenfaurgh his h first fJt wife wifewho wifewho wfewho
who still sti claims clllms to be his only wife wifehrouRht wifebrought
brought hrouRht proceedings proctfing against the writer writlr writlrfor
for support and landed landtd him in Ludlow Ludlowstreet ludlow LudlowStreet
street jail jai for a 1 time No o sooner had he hefreed hefrtP hefreed I
freed frtP himself than he was WIS indicted indicte for forforgery forforger forforgery
forgery forger because heau 1 of an article ho h said had hadheen hadbeen I
been written writen by former tormlr President Prfldent Ceve CJeveInnd Ceveland Ceveland
land InndBrandenburgh landHrandenburgh landBrandenburgh
Brandenburgh jumped jumpEr his bail hai after afterborrowing afterhorrowing afterborrowing
borrowing money monp from his attorneys to totake totake
take tho boy hov to St Louis louis nnd has hs not notbeen nothlpn notbeen I
been hlpn heard harr from since linc Mrs 11 Branden Brandenburgh Drndtn Drndtnburh Brandenburgh ¬
burgh No 2 continued live the
o to lve at Ninth Ninthstreet NinthStreet I Istreet
street house houle until Intil last Tuesday She Shethen Shethen I
then gave gn ve notiei notc that she was going to toleave t toleave
leave leaveAt leal I I
At the time timl of her departure she told toldfriends toldfriends toldfrienia
friends that she was wal going oinl to a sister sisterMrs sisterMrs
Mrs IM W W Campbell Camphll who lives lvf in Louis Louisville louil Louisville ¬ I
ville vie Ky 1 Brnndenbiirgh lrndenhurJh is i known to tohave tohae tohare
have been be n exceptionally fond of the boy boyand boyInd boyand
and Ind was rarely seen without him himSPECIAL himIECII himSIECItIl
Named amld to Present More Iorl Escapes FCaIJP8 From FromNew FromPrison Fromew
New ew Prison Site SlleOSSININO Sie SieOE SiteOssiNixo
OSSININO OE INtSo April 16 16Sila Silas W Berry Berr of ofNorwich oforwiob ofNorwich
Norwich N Y formerly warden wardennt nt the theKastern theEaltem theEastern
Eastern Ealtem State Reformatory lj at Napanoch Napanochhas apanochhal
has hal been appointed warden at the new newState newSate newState
State Sate prison prson site at Bear Mountain near nearonl
lona onl Island Iellnd Warden Jesse D Frost Frostof
Fost Fostof
of Sing Sinl Sing Slnl has been bln in charge of the
Bear Ber Mountain Mountin site since lnc the work of ofclearing ofcearing ofclearing
clearing cearing the grounds for the new prison
began beganBerry beganBerry prsn
Berry BerI it is i understood undertoodhae has been bn ap ¬
pointed point because becaus Warden Frost Frolt has had hada
a great deal of difficulty and some un unsuccesa unBUCcs unsuccess
success BUCcs in keeping in durance duranc the Bine Sin
Sing inmates who have been bn pent to work workon wor woron Sinr
on the Bear Mountain prison site lit Last Lastwinter Lastwinter
winter wintr there ther were wer nine escapes prson from there therennd ther thereand Ialt Ialtwintr
and only three thr or the fugitives have been beencniiehl beencaught
bn bncnughl
caught cnughl The guarding of the prisoners prisonersat
at Bear Mountain has been bn hard work
because hecaue the barracks barrckl there ther are only tem temporary temporr ternporary ¬
porary porr There has hat been ben complaint too tooof tooof tooof
of lack of
a guards guardsTHE guardsTIlE guardsTHE
mil nl Hun on the White hlte Star New Nt Cana Canadian Canaflan Canatitan ¬
titan flan Sen Senlle SenlleA Service ServiceA Ice IceA
A despatch from Liverpool liverpool yesterday
to the WhiteStarLines WhlleStr Lines office olce in this city cityannounced
announced announce the arrival nrr al in Liverpool ctv ctvannounce l
from the yards of her Belfast BelflJt builders buildersof
of the new yarcf triple screw crtw steamship huldeJ Lau Laurentic IMurentc Laurentic I
rentic rentc which is propelled proftUe both bth bv recip reciprocating ¬
rocating rcatln < and turbine engines Ahe he will willnail willstuil
nail 111 from Liverpool on eltnE April Apri 29 for Que wii ¬
bec hfo and nd Montreal lontrtII inaugurating inauglratn the th
White Whit HtnrDomlnion StrDominion Lines Inel new Canadian Canadianservice Canadianservice
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Elizabeth Elzbetb daughter dau ltr of Un n and the Ute UtePhilip ttl lat latPhIItp
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to Thomu Tboma Barton Barn of New Ne York YorkCBARLESOLOVEROn YorkCRARLELVRn YorkCflARL1SGLOVEB0n
CBARLESOLOVEROn CRARLELVRn Monday April Apr 12 t tIG tittI
1600 IG at the Cathedral Catera by the Most ost Rev Rv John JohnM
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N J Louis Lui H Burr In his bl Mth year yearNotice yearolce yearNotice
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BUTLER DUTLERn On Wednesday Wedneay night IIIM April Apr 14 at atColumbia atColumbia sIColumbia
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then the his Calbralth Cabralb Butler Buter In I the 74th nt year ye of ofhis 01hIs otlits
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St Peters Church Churb Columbia S S C Burial BurialSaturday Bu BurtilSaturday
Saturday morning at Edf dgeeId eneld eld 9 C CCHASEOn CCtASYOo CCIIASEOn
CHASEOn CtASYOo Sidney Chase ChaseFuneral Chuetuneral ChaseFuneral April Apri 14 1 Ella Ela May Chase Chs wife we01 we01Sidney of ofSidney ofSidney
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Beacon St Boston Boson on 1 Sunday Snday at t 2 oclock ZoetoekCONWAYOn oclockCONWAY ocoei
CONWAY CONWAYo CONWAYOn On Thursday Tursay April Aprt IS I Edwar Edward P J JConway JConway 3Conway
Conway ConwayFuneral ConwayFuneral ConwayFuneral
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Monday 10 A A M 1 Interment JotermeCava Calvary CalvaryGLADDING ClvaryGLADDINOSuddeni
GLADDING GIADDINGSddenly GLADDINOSuddeni Suddenly of pneumonia pnemon on onWednesday 0 asVedrtesday
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Funeral Funeal nt residence Sunday Sundaytfternoon afternoon atroon later laterment lltr lltrment Intermerit
ment at Hillside HillsideIIARRISONOn Hiside HisideIARmSONOn HillsideIIARRISONOn
IIARRISONOn IARmSONOn Thursday Tburay April Apr 15 11 a I theresJ theresJdrnce theresldenco be r
denco or her daughter Mrs Mr Arthur ArbuTnue ArthurTurittire Tunmze
109 10 East Eas 71st st t Carolyn CarlF Famnrorth Famnrorthdauthter Famnorb Parnworthduithter
dauthter of the late Bias Farnsworth Farlwh of olDetroit ofHetrolt of1etroll
Detroit and wife le of Jared Jaed F Harrison HarrisonFuneral Harsn HarrisonFuneral
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line lne wife wie of Charles Head In her Uth 6t rear rearFuneral Yer YerJuncrsl yearFunersi
Funeral at Trinity Trnly Church Boston Blton Sunday SundayApril Sudy SundaysApril
April A pr118 IS at 230 2 PM PMOLCOTT P M MOLCOn i s sOLCOTTOn
OLCOTT OLCOn OLCOTTOn On Thursday Tblrday April Apr 19 I lOOp tD at 1 B per r rnardavllle i inardvilhe 1
nardavllle nadste N J Frederic Fr ero P Olcott Olc t la I th th69th 1 the the69th
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At A a meeting of the Board Baudot of Director Dlr DlreotersotTh DlreotersotThBank of orTb orTbBank Th ThBank
Bank of America held hel April Apr 18 11 1000 11 th thdeath the thedeath h hdealb
death of Mr M Frederic Frelere P Olcott VleePnd VleePnddent VceP
dent of the Bank was announced nolce whereupon whereuponon WerepoD I Ion
on motion It I was wasResolved wa WI WIBesolved
Resolved Reaolve That It Is I with wlb wtthprofound profound profoUd sadness ae that thatwe Ua Uawe thatwe
we learn lern ot the death of our ou friend tlfd eo eoDlreclorJ eo toDlrectorjancl
Director Dlrectorjancl and anI VicePresident VleePrelen Mr H Frederic Feec PredertcpOlcott P POlcott POlcot
Olcott Olcot on Thursday Tburday April Aprl IS 15 1000 1000Mr 10 1amMr
Mr Olcott Olcot was elected electel a Director Dirtr DlrectorofThesak DlrectorofThesakof of Tha Te Bank Bankof Bak Bakof
of America Amerca In 1M2 tS was President Paldf pro pro1 prosem prosemfor leta letafor L
for a brief bref period followlnc folownc May 171880 1 17 1 1385 and aadVicePresident aI andVicePrestdent r
VicePresident VicePeIdent more mor than nineteen ninten year yearHis yearsU ea f >
His U great Ireat abilities abite were at all al times actively activelyenlisted atvy atvyenlhled I Ienlisted
enlisted In Inlbe the Banks service servce and alue exerted exertedunstlntlnrly ert cf cfun5tntnrl d I Iunstintingly
unstintingly un5tntnrl on Us Is It behalf behar He waa a man manof I manof
of commanding force of rutted rune Inflexibility Inflexibilityof Inlexlbilty Inlexlbiltyof l
of purpose and Ind possessed possel possessedqushitles qualities qualtes that tht made madehim madehim macishim
him a conspicuous figure among the men of ofaflalrs ofaffairs f t talaln
affairs alaln of his hi hi day His m character charcler wu wa hlzh hlzhhe beb hlhhe +
he h scorned Icored all al affectations alettonl expressed expree him himself hm Idmitself i I
self el as he felt tel and thought end aI spoke the thetruth 1befrulD thetruth
truth without variableness varableness or shadow aaow of ofturnlne oflurnlnr oftumnint
turnlne His Ils itt personal peronl qualities qualte were mast masteniaglnr meunrarlne meltentagtnt
eniaglnr He was wa generous and kind to tothose t tothose
those In everyday evryday relations reatons with wlbhlm him him and andhis andhll endhis
his benefactions benefactons quietly quiety bestowed beatwed were weremany weremany ere
many A wide circle crce were attached aUac to him himby himby Ig IgDlany
by ties of strongest friendship and will feel feelIn feelin
In his death the deepest personal affliction afflictionWe I IWe
We shall long miss his hi wise counsels and ever everwelcome rvrrwelcome
welcome presence His death la a rrlevoui rrlevouiblow t tblow
blow to us and his hi memory will long ba bacherished 1 1uheiithed
cherished cherishedWr
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roll and to his son and daughter and their theirlamllles r f
lamllles our heartfelt sympathy sympathyW
W H PBRKIMS President PresidentA
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Illness lime Walter 1 Peck at bis hi residence iTt 171Mndlsnn iTtMitdtiett
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PRESTONOn Friday April In 1900 at KIagitonjtV King KingstonNY
stonNY Charles M Preston aged 81 yean yeanFuneral veinFuneral
Funeral service at his nl < residence Rondout Sun Sunday 5uaulsy ¬
day at 230 P M MIlKMGIOtS
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llev W 91 Merle Smith Pastor
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at A P M Rev Harvey 3 Murdoch of Kentucky Kentuckypreaches Kentuciypreache
preaches preachesChristian preacheChristIan
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