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fintine IeetIfl Hed on Panther Regarded Rtsarle ai ailurrly alnlrll aifltcly
lurrly nlrll Shorter Short of Insubordination InluborltnatonOr InluborltnatonOrnlr InsubordinattonOrnerr Of Ofnorr
norr nlr MKned 1 nll Dooumfnt noeumtnt to D D Sent St to toMl totll to4I
Ml the tll Service Slrteebat SerIeeThat Wnat It Said SaidPinivpKirniA SaIdrHLH sawP1lILtltIIIA
PinivpKirniA rHLH IIA April 17 Something 17Somethlngapproching 17SomethIngso Somethingto
to closely approaching insubordination insubordinationjigs in8uborin Uon Uonb
jigs b broken out at the Philadelphia Phiadelphla navy navyyard nav navyard navyyard
yard among tim th principal prinoipl officers omcer of the theluie thelitthf thethth
luie litthf thth the active ltie officers ofcr who have hve served servedind 8ere 8ereand aervedend
and ate nlf ar sening on the ships ship of the fleet fleetthat fet fetthnt feetthat
that the official ofcal wires between betwen the Navy NavyDepartment Nav NavDtrirtnwnt NavyDepartiWflt
Department at Washington Wohingn and the thePhiladelphia thephildelphia theFhfIadCIPliL
Philadelphia phildelphia navy yard are ar kept hot hotwith botwith hotwith
with despatches summoning League Leaguebland League11sI1 LeagueIIani1
bland 11sI1 officers oicfJ tICI to Washington Wahingtn Court Courttnartmls Cour Courmartinis Courtniartiak
martinis for nine officers ofcers are ar takled tkle of ofnd ofInd ofmd
Ind nd tlif th Navy Iwy Pepurtment lepartment is il stirred strre as asit 8 8i aeit
it i has hl not been stirred stirre for years yearsThe yei yeinIt yearsThe
The nIt officers > are ar ar charged oharg d with violating violatingthe violatng violatngthe
the th rule rl of the service servic designed to pre prerrnt pM pMenl prepnt
enl public puhlc criticism criiism of the acts Bctl of the thedepartment thedepartmnt thedepartmflt
department heads by the men who pro profe profe profei
fe fei s to lio the thl fittest ftest to criticise The Theofficer ThE ThEotr Theomcer
officer otr maintain that they are ar guiltless guiltlessof gultls gultlsof
of insubordination or infraction intrction of the thenaval thE thEcssi thecaval
naval regulations 1111lation and they the are ar backed backedup
up by Admiral Pendleton commandant commandantit cmmandant cmmandantIt
it thp th yard who is quoted as asserting assertingthat asrtnM asrtnMthat
that the officers ofcr are ar right and had it not notbeen n notbeen t tben
been ben that opportunity opprtuniy was wa not given givenhim givenhim givenhim
him to do so 10 he would have been bfn with withthem wih wihtem withthem
them in their action actionThe actionTe actionThe
The Te climax clmax of the disaffection diaaIection came camelust camelt cameweek
lust lt week wtlk when a phamphlet more as astounding a8toundin astounding ¬
tounding than any papr of its kind which whichever whichttr whichever
ever ttr had its origin orgin in the United Unite States Statesnavy Statet Statetcavy Statestavy
navy reached reachl Secretary Seretar of the Navy NavyMeyer Navylfyer Navyikyer
Meyer lfyer ns a message melage from a secret soret meeting meetingheld melinj
held on board the United Unie States State vessel vesselPanther veel veelPanthpr vesselPanther
Panther nt League Island on March 23 23The 23The 3 3Th
The Th meeting participated participate in by nine ninerfficers nlnf nlnfrtllrl tulUScftcErs
rfficers rtllrl must have dealt del hot Shot for the thepersons tlmrlron therersotis
persons responsible for the present stain staincf tatf tatff
cf f affmrsin afllrl affairs in the navy navyI nav navThp navyThe
The I he olYUors ofers present at the meeting were weretheH weretho werethese
these > tnpt Capt Albert G n Brr Berry rry chairman of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the thE committee cOllitte Commander B 8 0 Bryan Bryantretsuier frn frntreilIIr Bryintreislrer
tretsuier treilIIr LieutenantCommander LEltenantCommand r J S SMoK SIcl SsIcKtn
MoK sIcKtn Icl m LieutenantCommander LeutenantCommmder LeutenantCommmderTwinh N C CTwined C1winchirig <
Twined 1winchirig ms n secretary LleiitenantCom LleiitenantCommander IelitenntCom IelitenntComIIndlr ¬
mander IIndlr li D Hisbrouck Hashrolc i Lieut K H HHelanev HIelan 111eIany
Helanev Ielan Iioti LcuL O W V Steele Jr Ensign EnsignH En I n nI
H I T 1 Dyer tYlr and Midshipman lrfhipman W S Farber FarberAdmiral Farbr FarbrAdrlrlllndlelol FarberAdmiral I
Admiral Adrlrlllndlelol P ndleton < > who was 18 absent ab el from fromthe fromIhe fromthe
the yHrd when 11n the meet reein tnoetnz inn took place plac is isquoted il illuotd isquotrl
quoted luotd as H avitiR a in tint he Il regrets r 1el that li liliad hbad h hhad
bad not the th uppcrtiiuU op1Iril to 0 tae ta e a part partin
in the Ih adil utiop I Le e relin tins Ihi afternoon nfternoonto 1ftrnoan 1ftrnoanto
to lie 1 > interviewed tntervi wed i el it I ho tl miter miterImmediately laer laerImm iut Cr CrltnmctUntely
Immediately Imm lntely after lfer IIL > meotln lfolln the thejamphlit thpralnIhl tb tbiRtt1h1
jamphlit ralnIhl was WI sent Int li In I U > be printed and a awis aIopy aPY
Iopy ° PY wis I forwarded fora IdId to Secretary ecletlr Meyer Meyerat yer yerat
at Washington with wit the Ih M roquiest llet ucst that it itmight i itmight
might mi ht he e circulated crculnted among the officers officersof OmCHrf
of f the line lne The T he pamphlet pamphle was immcdi immcdintely irmcdi irmcdiatlI itnrncditely I
ntely suppressed RlpprCse and every 111 available availablecopy
copy was IS at II once tent ell to Washington Washingtonby I
by order of Secretary Secretar Meyer The alit officers omr alitCers ¬
cers r speaking through the circular crcular say sayHIM aayI I IThe
HIM I iti The I he officers oncer Klnlionei nt II t th lhPhiUulPlithm thPhilsd
Philadelphia Philsd lttua navy nay aS y yard yac ye II and Ind s nd nttachol at t achioI to toth 10Ih toI I
th I I liti 111 it I that thlt yard held a merlin IMln on onbnnd ontoaid I IIoad
bnnd Ioad the 1111 Panther on March 21 3 low iK I to his disiiiis histuA
iiiis 1 rh h he conditions condiions now ntlifintr tl tnl at that thatand thaIBnr thatsiid
and Bnr other navy n yards with wlh respect rIo to or orsiniation 01 orgqfl1tstian
siniation IAOlAlion and administration adminiArltiorl and to de derrmln < le leInnlnp Istrrnin
Innlnp whet whtrhtr hether her or not noll It wUlld would bnprarilrn bnprarilrnble il ha prallln pralllnbit iraellen iraellenIn
ble bit In a manner Innnr consistent with rnllllHrr rnllllHrrrtHeii mlllar mlllarcltll riiillIarrticiptitts
rtHeii rticiptitts cltll > iiie to reeurean secure tur an Interelinntfeof Inlerchnnle ot views viewsnnione viewssmono iew iewAmonl
nnione Amonl the th pattered 8Ier1 officers orler of the I he serviceIn service eni eniIn ervieeIn
In th thsnd ennllat < > iiri that in case of a favorableoppor favorableopporiinnty fa favorable ora bl Olpor Olportmll oppor opportInItty
iinnty tmll aneine Ariinl the Ih ehrysmlli chrrlflzf1 ml opinion opllion opllionrh of ofthe ofths
the rh cpnite rin nt lar 1011 erRs might li I ls pro prellf1 preerIs1 preerIs1to eiil0il eiil0ilto
to he hI h Deiiariinwril DeiiariinwrilNwondlv Ipnrr I ta rr 111 flier t tsOFit
Nwondlv IMOIHII sOFit I v It I t walhAenf va is lliDsensrt t h sens of lh t he nmelltiif 1usd llill I h C
1 1 Thar Thil the Ih subject of naval la a I administra administration acrinltlra acrinltlralion ¬
lion in il cpneral uPleml had recehed but blt slight slightBitpntion 1IIIht 1IIIhtIlllon sliihtRttptition
Bitpntion Illlon or stud lld from miii fh I he ir Ir6al great nf majority majorityof IIIJorl r rof
of the h ofllcinN oOdnl of or the navy navyIhat lan lanTiltl
2 Tiltl Ihat tho til recent rA611 ehatiKws chlll In the Ih nuvv nuvvJard ni IiIvynrd
Jard Ard administration nlmlnitratnl adinlilki ration were ere probably Irohahl liiouii liiouiiin 110WI
in n uViiil d tl m f but bil few t officers umr arid nll worn wornthoronirhh werthor0Ihl wartt
thoronirhh thor0Ihl t horni tlv understood 1llllMloot rnlerst no I by lull hit In I i a I Hindi s 111 iii s I I per percent 11 pertenaza ¬
tenaza cent enralP a so of tliefH Ih Ihi tlwau
1 i That ri the I h efficiency nllpnl of the th flfet r rt PI should shouldbe houldh
be h the Kovprnliu 10rnlll ronsideration onHidlraiol In formiilat formiilatITIIT torlllal torlllalill
ITIIT ill In r nnv nlr n n y nHipin srt 1 a lit of 0 1 i 1811 naval in vn I administration atmllllralol ad itt i iii t rat I oii and anilthat andIhAr antiI
that I this Ihl subject 1jo1 should houll th thrtorE I refore be lp made madetlif
tlif tI tleld of Hlrn arl1 st htudv st 111 iiIy In h every 1 offlrer offlrerIhf omtr omtrcf
cf t
< the navy iinvvJ 11
J Mint 11 for or the Ih purpose Ilrpo of aroiirtln aroullnl all allpITIinrs 11 allNYlirs
pITIinrs olkr tn p a full tul setmn A of the Ih Importance Importancef
f of this sujp IJN1 > t and of promolinif prnrollmc among amongncm amOl1 amongoem
oem npr a sti pnse pl of Individual inclhllni I ott I itl tial rpsponnlblllty r ras ponMlbli pOflMI 111 ii r
Tor 10 Hi r ti cillpipncv pmP ncy of the navy it would be befinirpntlv Ip IpninpnI tnennpnrIv
finirpntlv ninpnI proper 1lper to form torl an association associationtheohipct a assocdatloit locialol
theohipct Ih t ha ohppt and nne function tict Ion of which ln would be beto beto beto
to follprt Jlect Uert collate COlall study slldr sttid and disseminate dlaeemlnataInformation dl disseminateinformation sfmlnate sfmlnateInformation
Information reitardim rplardin existing pxlalnl and Ind possible possiblev
v tcrns pme tif naval Jidmini administration administrationIiit tr tlon tlonIliit
That Iiit for the I purpose purvolp of making a aIpsmnl atelinnln at
Ipsmnl telinnln t ginnn n of snrh Hleh an association aR a commit commi tee tel teet
1 Ip formHl tnrrPI from tror torn those officers now In Phlla PhllaIrlphin Phla Phlaiephln Philarlrtplija
Irlphin uhirh whih committee onlnllpe should take takeimmediate taketenehuto akemmlal
immediate mmlal Hlepa II to communicate with withbrother wlb wlblrolhN withirother
brother offlnrs a al other otblr stations with wlb a aen ap apw
en p of euirlnir lurlnl their cooperation cooJpraton in the thework theork theS
work workThirrtlv S ark orkThJII arkThirilv
Thirrtlv ThJII Th This ominlttee omrltpe named naml at the theii theand thePotitiS
ii eeiirm and for Or the purpose aforesaid aforesaidlies aforplald aforplaldlnpe
lies not orixder itself lelt empowered empowpre to toreprp torepel toreprepr
reprp repel reprepr rm the service PInlcp at large lfC but deems delml depmpratr
1 prop pOppr pratr r to o Iiiv 11 before beforE all al officers otcerl certain certainirfnnmlion cErtaln cErtalnIorlalon certaInrPrtjiu I
irfnnmlion rPrtjiu Iorlalon now 10w in its po psessIon seH9lon and lo loniBBost 10IIIP tolaceF
niBBost IIIP plans for further furl br action aclon Us Uspirpo If itstirros
pirpo PJf p is i to Hel ct BS 1 a temporary telporary executive executivetommlitpo ixpcutve ixpcutvemmllpp executiveOfl1tiiIIte
tommlitpo mmllpp o or the I hp proposed rropot association associationiipti Aloclaton AloclatonIPll
iipti IPll oh iirh IIIIIP Itp I pita a 1 R5 the t association M80c1aton i5ot atlon shall hal
UM > hfen hre formed fortl < and Ind regularly ruJarly elected electedofftppf eleetpdorr electedomey
offtppf orr nml n nfl fommlttees rormltte shall hal have assumed assumedinfir alume assumedthrir
infir funi fllnrlono fllnrlonofn1r finijoOlirttiv tion tiononnhl
fn1r > onnhl hi This rommlttee Inmmllfe considers conlldfr that
ll I dntps arp for or the n hI moment these theseI
I I ln n race fII in the I h hands hnlds of all al officers omcerl to
hnm hor ihls I h hi I i oiurnimlcatlon ormmlcalon Is sent copies coplel of ofTram otr oftrTsIn
Tram r rlin r f paperedescrihing > apTsdp per cPHCrlblnl < teribln8theisystemof theystemof navy narrart nayyu navyard
art u < oiRaniation Ollani1atlon recently put in force by
apnnriinentHl dpnnr mTlal order orderlo
lo fin hlnlh furnish nish each Iach officer with wih an analysis analysisof analysll
of the the i > papers 1111 showing howlnl their effect erec on navy
rnrri afliilnisirntlonaml almlul 1
and eftlclenoyoa viewed
rton etclenoya viewe
b br the t t ommlttep ommlttepI 011111 it tee
1 1 Tn I ur urlP UrSa e on Oi all al such 81Ch officers otcer the neces necesH n4CI
H II I rf f forinlnu
tornln an association and provld
inshc In log > the hf n ueAIry oecesstrv < esmiry funds aRocaton to cover expenses of ofPrinting ofr111 ofrrnttn
Printing r111 and 1 < mailing lailn such literature Iprature as may may
t b bp
aiBilnhlcfrom aaiIaIic from
nallhie tror time tme to time tme
4 To Kiiirstest 111Rt the thl outline outlne of a constltn constltnnnd conltt
tKo f nnd i urla nl a net I of bylaws for the association
0 In Urge IHle on all al officers addressed adrele th tho the ther
o r d5ttahiIity uabiiity of an Immediate Immelale reeponse to tonl
Ihl Ibis nl rommunlrntlon whether
mmmullntlon stating IttlnR or
nottiuyWiiijolntneaaBOoIaton nr rut tliy will Join the
ty wi 4800laton association ondjflvlnar and tlvlnt giving
any veWH pKh or information Inormaton they may hold holdr holdt
t r have on the Ih subject IlbecI whichH whiciti Is suggested 8uIRete
l ter Gr ° r Immediate
Immllnt study studyMr etudyFthl studyFLihli
Fthl FLihli Mr iho Th Committee CommltUB believes that thatIT
fr liar IT an al organization orAanlzaton Is 1 affected atected the broader
iibject of naval administration admlnlltraton In general
lould be made mido tho subject of earnest study
Bv bvis Y Io < members memberso remberl remberlt
80 o ions lonl fls the bureau system of ddminls ddminlstlon Amlnl
t tTstIan < tlon of the Navy D Department partm nt exists existsshould exlts exltstre
thtre tre should be at each navy nvy yard ya an a officer omor
of the same corps cor1 as a the bureau chief chletor chletoran or oran
an officer oloer of the tb line lne charged oharte with the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction and Inspection of work done doneby doneby doneby
by or for that bureau I all al these theseheads theeeheads theseheads
heads of departments should IhOlid be coordinate coordinateIn cordinAte cordinAteIn
In authority and ard should be subject IlbJect to a acommon armmon acommon
common rmmon superior an officer of the line lineknown I hueknown I e eknown
known as the executive eXloutve who should Ihould be the theimmediate tbeImmfdlate theimmediate
immediate Immfdlate manager of the thl mechanical mechanicaldepartment mpchanlcaldevartment mechanicaldepartment
department The office oto of captain cptaIn of the theyard theyard theyard
yard should be abolished ablhed Hi Ia functions flnctlons to todevolve todpvolve todevo1v
devolve upon the executive
upn eecutve
11 1 Each officer receiving reeelvlnl this thll commu communication communicaton communication ¬
nication nicaton la earnestly IArlty requested reQupete to nil tl out outsign 011 011slln outsign
sign slln and mall mal at duce ce to the treasurer treLter of ofthe ofthe otthe
the committee commi lea the enclosed encloee blanks blankl using usingeither usinl usingeither
either elber A or B as he may desire dpllrt but butusing blt bltIne butisIng
using Ine C in any case caseB cueD
B C C BRYAN commander P I S Navy Navytreasurer Sav Savtrlalurer Navytreasurer
treasurer trlalurer of the thE Committee CommItee
1 1 S McKean McKlan LieutenantCommander LieutenantCommanderV Usutenantolnmandtr UsutenantolnmandtrU
U S Navy treasurer of the committee rommltteeN rmmltee rmmlteeN
N e Twining Twlnlnt JtltelantCommander JtltelantCommanderU Li LieutenantCommander LieutenantCommanderU
U S Navy Nav secretary secretaryR
R D Hasbrourk Ulhrouk LieutenantCommander LieutenantCommanderr LleutenantCommandlr LleutenantCommandlre
r t 8 Navy member memberR mPlber mPlberU
R It IVIauy Otlal Lieutenant 1lpllenant USX U S N mem member ttm ttmbtr tnemher ¬
her berCi btr
Ci W v Steele 81ell Jr Lieutenant Jtultnsnt X C S 3 X Xmember SIllblr Nineutber
member memberH Illblr Illblri
H i T Dyer Ensign U S N member memberM nllhpr
M 1 l H Farlier arbEr midshipman rldshlpmal U S N Nmember Nmembtr Nmember
member memberNavy membtr memberNavy
Navy Yard Philadelphia Phladlphia March 0 0At OAt 6At
At this point the pamphlet pmphlet takes tke a leap leapinto leapinto ap apInto
into the field feld of criticism criticilm On opposite oppositepages oppositepges oppositepages
pages pges appear appr two headings hedings Die D Dieadvantages Disadvantages ¬
advantages advantgE of the Present PrEent Plan and andAdvantages andAdvantges andAdvantages
Advantages Advantges of the Proposed Plan Planparalleled Planprleled Planparalleled
paralleled prleled in full ful faced type typ the two tw forms formsof
of navy government that under which whichtbe whichthe whichthe
the officers olcer are now serving and the one onethe onetbe onethe
the nine officers omcel of the secret meeting meetingaboard metng metngaboard meetingaboard
aboard the Panther consider an Infinitely Infinitelybetter Infnitely Infnitelybeter infinitelybetter
better beter arrangement arrangementJAILED arrangement1HIIJ arrangement4lIdEI
Mexico lexll Penalties Ptnal1rl Its Il Own Ow Coin and Ar Arrests Arrrltl Mrests ¬
rests rrltl an American Amlrlcan Hanker UmnkerEL HankerEL anklr anklrEL
EL PASO April Apri 17 17To To maintain mintain the thestability th thstbity thestability
stability stbity of its money the MEson Mexican Gov Government Gavernment Ooverument ¬
ernment has ha levied levie an export exprt and import importduty Imprt Imprtduty importduty
duty on all al silver slver coins olns of that country countryThe ountry ountryThe countryThe
The duty is 115 15 a kilo kio or about 1405 405 on tbe tbethousand tbethouend thethousand
thousand thouend dollars dolar The first fJt arrest arrBt for vio violation violaton violation ¬
lation laton of the new regulation took place placehere plac placehere
here her today when John M Hay a local localbanker locl loclbnler localbanker
banker bnler was WQ thrown thrwn in jail Jai into Ciudad CiudadJuarez CiudadJuarz CiudadJuarez
Juarez Juarz opposite oppsite El Paso Pas and his auto automobile automobif automobile ¬
mobile mobif was seized eized and held pending pendingthe pnding i ithe
the trial of his hil case os If I he is convicted convictedthe cnvicted cnvictedthe
the automobile aut mobile will wi be b formally tormaly confis confiscated onfe onferted confiscated ¬
cated rted and sold soldHay 81d 81dHay soldflay
Hay took tok over about abut 200 20 in Mexican Mexicansilver Mexlon Mexlonsilver Mexicansilver
silver dollars dolaJ and was depositing depolitnl it in ina inn ina
a Mexican Iexicn bank bnk correspondent orespndent for his hisown hi hiown hisown
own bank bnk when he was arrested arested by the theMexican theIexicln thet1exican
Mexican Iexicln customs CUltom8 officers otcr on the charge chargeof
I of f having failed faied to declare the importa importation ¬
tion for the payment of duty Efforts Effortswere Etol Effortswere
were made all 81 day to day to secure ltcure his hisrelease hll hllrEleaee hisrelease
release rEleaee but he is il still stil in jail jai tonight tonightThe tnlgllt tnlglltThe
The bankers friends trends declare delare that the thelaw tbelaw ttitlaw
law is i a new one and ali that they had not notbeen noi noibeen notbeen
been notified notifed of its JR operation opfrtion and a d that he hewas hI hIwa hewa
was wa in ignorance of its i provisions prvillon Be Bees BesUe BesUes
sUe sUes es the confiscation of flip 111 money and nndthe andthe andtIm
the automobile automohie if the banker is con convicted Convicted on onvlced ¬
victed vlced he is subject ubjet to a penitentiary penitentiarysentence pnitential penitentiarysentence
sentence in Mexico but it is thought that thathe thathe thathe
he can n show that be did not know the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law and may escape ecap with wih a fine tne and the theloss thAlOl thehose
loss lOl of the money and auto autoThy aUloThf autoTime
Thy Mexican Government doe dol not notwish 11 11WiRh notwish
wish to have any an fluctuations fucllalion in the pric pricof pricof priceof
of its i money mone anti has ha therefore put this thisheavy thisheavy
heavy h avy duty on exports expn and Inc Imports Impor8 of ofsilver ofsilver
silver uoins in order to maintain the same hameamount Bme sameamount I
amount of silver having enough gold old on onhand onhand onhand
hand at present to redeem redem all al silver out 01t outstanding j jHtanding itlamlng
standing tlamlng In the country cOlmtr at 50 o cent on the thedollar thed thedollar
dollar dollarIMI d dollarRtItb r i iIUII
IMI IUII OV t C111CCU WWO C IU18I Gt1IE1LEIf4 Gt1IE1LEIf4I i irre I I Itn
I I1t11
I tn trty Arrested rre rrMtrc lr < l and 811 a Score eore forl ff of f Patrons PatronsIIMil Iatrotustiehul
IIMil 1t11 raplltr raplltrCHICAGO Captl r eHiAGO i iHIIAJO
CHICAGO HIIAJO HiAGO April Apri 17 Fifty Rambler Ramblerwerei Inlblfr gritahierewere I
were 1 arrested arrtled and a score cr of others othn were werehfld wpr wereheld I Ihlc
held hlc captive in il the gambling gnmhlinl rooms above abovePat abovePat I IPot
Pat OMallevs IRIy nnloon Illon Polk and onc Clark Clarkstreets Clarkstreets
streets ftreet at 4 P Jl mi I today in one ont of the themost III IIImot thetnost I
most sensational Ftllational police mid rlid rim Ida of the t year yearPanic yearPanic
Panic and Ind wild sonmblps 8Crmhle for wifely wifelymarked Mfelvmnrkfd safetymarked
marked the t h appearance appEarlnc of the thl police policewhom pli pliwho policewhose
whom approach approl I had been beln heralded to tothe tothi I
the Ihf gamblers gIUhlr by faithful faithfll lookout nnd nndAH uitulelectric il illpClric I
electric lpClric bl77lr bizzzers I IAs j IAl
AH Al soon ns R it i became be cam known I bat 1111 th thraid I thraid h hrid
raid rid was contemplated the men 11 ruxlied ruxliedto rl hpd hpdto
to the rear ar doors dol hut finding fndiD flndin them themguarded thel theluardpd themgumarlei
guarded sought oliht to gain freedom hy get getting lt ltting getthug ¬
ting out 11 of the windows indow Two of < f them themleaped Ihlm Ihlml themleapetl
leaped l from the th third story ory window to tothe tothe tothe
the roof rot of of ashed a a she elued adjoining odjoinlnl it and ald then thenslid thenlld thenslid
water at lo the alley and andescaped andescaped
lld slid down a r pipe pi Hiey Ind Indescapd
escaped escapedCharges escapd escapedCharges
Charges that protection protecton money has hasbeen ha habn hasbeen
been bn paid by gamblers for the Ih privilege privilegeof rriie e eot
of operating opruting in Chicago reached rlhed States HtatesAttorney Alatef Alateftorney StatesAttorney
Attorney torney Wayman today tody as 11 a result redul of ofhis ofhil ofhis
his hil gamhlng Ismh gamb Ing raids today According Accordingto ccordlnl
to this tbi information infor8Uon a scandal of wldo wldoproportions wldoproportlon wideproportions
proportions has b been bn uncovered uncover It Itis I ItIs
that the States will willbring willbring
is expected expeot Stte Attorney torey wi
bring the whole matter before bfore the April AprilGrand Apri AprilOrand
Grand Jury Jur and demand Indlctentl Indlctentlaalnlf indictmentsagainstall indictments indictmentsagalnatall
agalnatall aalnlf l the alleged alege offlc offloin do ia I extortionist extortionistro extrlonlst
influential be beIn beIn bein
ro 10 matter mater how Infuental they the may
In connection conneoton with wlh the scandal sndal the name nameof nmt nmtof nameof
of a prominent Alderman Alderan was wa given to tothe totbe tothe
the prosecuting pro uUng attorney attorneyThe aU < re
The < graft according to the informs information infora informstion ¬
tion Te In the hands of Mr Wayman Waymanaveraged Waymfnaverage Waymanaveraged
averaged average from 1SO 30 0 to SII 3110 100 a month as asprotection asrrotetion asrrotetiOfl
protection for each ecb game The Te amount amountcollected amountcolectd amountcollected
collected Varied according to the kind kindand kindad kindarid
colectd re acrng
and ad extent elnt of the games goea conducted conduct and andwhen ondwben endwhen
when protection proteton money was 8 not paid paidit
it is alleged alege the places placs were wlr closed closedOne coe closedOne
One man ma wbo conducted cnduct a poker poke game gamenear gamenear gamenear
near Twentysecond Twnt1 ond street trt and Michigan Michiganavenue Mlohlganavenue Michiganavenue
avenue together tgether with wit a handbook wa wascompelled wacopele wacompelled
to ISO 50 down and ordered orderedto
compelled copele t pay pT 15 dow order
to hand han over f 100 10 a I month monthThis monthThis monthThis
This ia I said sid to t be b a t sample llle of conditions conditionsthroughout condJions condJionsthroughout conditionsthroughout
throughout the te city oty A determined detrine effort effortin etar
made the to learn learnwho learnwho
is being bing by b te prosecutor procutor lear
who got ot this protection money moneyMIJtNEBAHA money1INNEH moneyMIINEIIAHA
Touched Touchr Bottom Btom In Gene Gedneys edney edneyGahiR Ulnnel UlnnelGotns Innel InnelGoing
Going tint Ot Mid ad Stayed StaYe There ThereThe ThereThe Pe PeThe
The Atlantic A tlnto Transport Trlpr liner lner Minnehaha Minnehahawhich Minnehh Minnehahawhich
which sailed led late lat yesterday yetray afternoon afternoonfor attmaon attmaonfor
for London Lndon with passengers paenen and general generalcargo generl generlcrgo generalcargo
cargo crgo grounded In Gedneys Geney Channel Cannel at 9 0oclock 9oolock 9oclock
oclock last I4t night on a falling tide She Sheseemed Sheme Sheseemed
seemed me to t the observer obrer at the Hook 100k to t be bein b bein
in II an easy ey position pltion The tide had two twohours twohO11 twohours
hours hO11 more to t ebb when hen she Ihe took tok bottom bottomeo
eo 1 it I is 12 not likely lkely that tht she ho will i come cme off offuntil oI offuntil
until unti early this morning moring It la I high water waternt watr watrat
at 0 t AM A M at the Hook Hok U I IB I probable probble that thatahe tht thtehe thatshe
she will wi float fot oeveral oeerl hours hour before bfore that thator
or about abut the th middle of the flood floodPULKTZIIS fo foPLTS floodPLeN5zxts
for or Me M lb > to 1 fall ty Introduce IUucl H IA itA4 A < lt
Says 8a He le mil 1 Pay Pa the S124OOO 51240 UP UPNow II h how IsNow
Now ow Debited neblpd With Wih and ad Take Ip p Any Anytoekl AnyStocks
Stocks toekl Bought Bught for fill Ill Account AccountII AccountIIDa Accountilk AccountilkBig HI HIIlls
Ills Da Order Executed EXtcutf on Big Board BoardThe loard loardThe IloartiThe
The Sl21O 121000 that State Stte Senator Patrick PatrickHenry PatrickHenr Patrickhenry
Henry Henr MoCarren Mcrrn owes OWE the busted bustC broker brokerage hrokrlRe brokermege ¬
age lRe firm trm of Ennifl Enl Stoppani Rtppanl ns I shown by bythoir bytholr bytheir
their books is i a debit balance blance on an In ac account accunt account ¬
count cunt of four or five fVE years year standing stndin but butapparently butapprenty butapparently
apparently apprenty it isnt int a marker to what tho thoSenator thoSenltor theSenator
Senator Senltor has owed owt the firm frm It I I t is undei understood undersloodtht stood stoodthit
thit the blind blnd account No 339 39 through throughwhich thruRh thruRhwhich throughwhich
which the Senator mol operated has ha shown showna
a debit rehlt balance us 11 high hiph as S300tJXJ S300tJXJTh 300XX 300XXThe SOtEoThe
The Th McCarren account shows dealings dealingsin dealnl
in a wide range mnle of stocks stoc but Brooklyn BrooklynRapid BrooklynRpid BrooklynIbipid
Rapid Rpid Transit Truslt and Amalgamated Amul umated Copper Copperseem ropper8m Copperseem
seem 8m to have hv been ben the Senators matrsspechliE specialties specialtiesHe
He certainly favored tavorCd them in Marchnlmost Marchnlmostexclusively Marchalmoetexclusively larchalm0t larchalm0texchlslvfly
exclusively Brooklyn Rapid Rpid Transit Transitsince Trlsit Trlsitsince Transitsilica
since December DeombCr has jumped from around arund
50 5 to about 75 Copper COppf also bus hll been beenlooking beenlookinl beenlooking
looking lookinl up Lately the Senator has ha > been beenlong bell heetilong
long lonj of the market marketThe ma niarkeLThe rkel rkelTht
The Tht receiver rCivtr of the firm frm hamil been Im able ableto ahlto atuleto
to discover any margin up on the McCar McCarren lcCarIn
ceo In account The Th account hasnt hlnt been beenexamined beenamined beenexamined
examined in detail dftai but the statement statementon
on March 31 with wih the debit debi balance halanl of oft24noo ofSH
t24noo SH 124 0 000 shows how no margins lar inA for that thatmonths thatmouthR dialmouths
months operation operationsEnni operationI operationEnnis
Enni A Stoppani werent Wfrelt sit < > generous generousin nrou nrouin
I in the th cases ca s of other othEr customers cU8tolerRthe cU8tolerRtheFHt customnersthie customnersthieEast the theRant
Rant Skiers idl for instance inltant who were weretaking weretaking 11 11taking
taking fliers fer They insisted iOlstfd insisleiona on a ten point pointmargin pointmargiu pointmargin
margin from them thfm and were wIr quick to tomake tomakl tomake
make makl their demand tfn vren when whfn the Costa customer cu Costamer to tomer ¬
mer was only ani a point under the thE margin marginReceiver marginRecier marginReceiver
Receiver Recier Lindsay 1indsy Kussell HU8sel has ha810t uot delved delvedinto delol delolInt delvedinto
into Int the thirtyodd thirtod other blind blnd accounts accountson accountl accountlon
on the firms frms books so that it is il uncertain uncertainwhether uncrtaiu uncrtaiuwh uncertainwhether
whether wh ther any an ot 0 the Iho Senators political politicalfriends Jolti1friends politicalfriends
friends in Brooklyn irooldYI followed folowed his hi1 lead in inmarket inmarket inmarket
market operations That will wi all al POIHO POIHOout cOle cOleout1 comutoout
out out1 at the haariiie henril before befor United lnitt States StatesCommissionor Slatel Slateltommi8ianlr Statesomtilissionor
Commissionor tommi8ianlr omtilissionor Alexander Ioxand r on Tuesday TuesdayIn
In I n the th meantime mAaltime it 151 I plain to the men menwho Ipn Ipnwho ntemiwho
who have 1 been going goinl over 011 the Knnis ErinisStoppani A AStoppani f
Stoppani books baokE that the tll firm frm would have havebe haehPn haveeen
be hPn een n able to weather the storm if the thecash th thcash thecash
cash rcpretented by b the McCnrren and andother lt I Iother
other 01 her blind blnd 11 imid iiccountM a ceot m ii Is had been heellniable heellniableIt a available availableIt vii liii bie bieI
It I t is il ii estimated ERtlmated eat Iniated that I ha t the 111 t lit thirty t lii rty blind blindaccounts hlnd hlndnccolnt hlbudaccounts
accounts nccolnt besides bRidef the 1 > Senator PIH1O owe ow at atleast atleost atleast
least 100000 lo0Oto to the tIl firm fnl Senator Mcarren Mc McCarren Ic Icarren ¬
Carren arren says Eap that Knnix A Stoppnni tnuio tnuiono Ilde Ildeno
no effort ort to get the money from him himThe himTh9 buttThe
The receiver 1tIer in glad to take Senator SenatorMcCurrens Snlor SnlorlclrrenO SenatorMeCarrens
McCurrens lclrrenO word for thin Ihi but ho would wouldlike wouldUke wouldlike
like to get hold of either Knnis or Stop Stoppani Stoppanl Stoppani ¬
pani and have them thel explain why they theydidnt thyrldnl theydidnt
didnt rldnl try tr to Ret It et funds rtnls from responsible responsiblecustomers repon rtsponsjhloCilttOflmS hh hhutonwl I
customers The firms fnn books hok show hoW thai thvta
a ntiternent terent wa sent ell nl to It SrVnutor nltor McCarreti McCarretion lcLrrn lcLrrnon
on Mrrch llrch 11 1 nnd Ind hat I previous prplol pres iomi la tf this thisthere thisthr t ukthere
there w were ro rt regular rljular monthly monthl Htateinenf HtateinenfThe latIInl latIInlThe I IThe
The Soniitor Senat lnltor or didnt recall rlal y stetdiy vterlav that thathe thlt thlthl tlulthe
he hl had received rpcei > 1 a 1 statement > tatllnt recently recent lv lvI I I II
I hove hL known IOlW n Tom Knnis for many manyyearH IHn IHnyar mulanvytars
yearH said the Hlnator Senator nnd Ind I have haI0 haI0mr clout don1my cloutmy
my stock market business hUllnl through t hrouyh his hisfirm hi hisfirm
firm frm lie II is il a 1 line fne fellow flo and nHI I nm tl verv vervsorry vem vemsorry fIT fITIorr
sorry Iorr for him I do 10 tb not know the ciuct ciuctcondition exairtCotClitiOti III IIIof
condition of my m account 1ICOIII I luie I not notbeen 101 101hfen mintbeen
been hfen nskel lkl1 to make rakf a 1 Mtt et t t lenient nHnt for forthreo or orI
threo 111 I < or four to ir rears ar The account > 11 uiiv uiivas la 11 11Il lie liea
Il as a murh IDtch mat oh as a flooJbil IHKIJI I ttlti I posiibli more 1 0 rt but butever hit hitvI I i t it itevery
ever every vI cent will wi bo mail good 01 arid In I will willbe wil wilIl willr
r be Il responsible for all al tho stock tbit tlat is iscredit i iflt iscred
credit flt it twt to me m on Ti the books of tho firm firmI frm frmam I
I am long on Oi a r i stocks et ock s though Ihoulh tl iou gli of rourw rourwthere comm Olrl rca rcaI
there I hi p re lavo 11 lx I ett tn some 0 m fliP ahnnliiKco hrjnlia hu ri nk ii grs and andwhen anr a tin tinwheti 1 I
when whl Ihr I account aecolnl is i UHUIM Set t Itd Knm A t Stop Stoppani Sloppali i iPatti ¬
Patti pali will wil not lone lo a cent nf through Ihrou h m mFurthermore 1 inFurthermore
Furthermore FurlhHIOrf I dont 1011 Know thai I will willlose wil wilIn willltist
lose In There TIfI is i nothing not hi I ng to t n ronrpal omiCa ltNII I about abolt ai > i u t tthy i imy
my irauwiclions IrnMacrion transact ion with the Ih concein NnCf11 ncorum I am antreatly I I
ready to answer anwr the reiviveis 111 qiiiHtion qiiiHtionat
at any an time timf and have ha told him so soFlip o oThe 0Thl
The Thl Senator Hnator added miled nib let I Ihnt I it a t be I it didnt dilnt i hiti mtt Know Knowwho Inowwho L fl w wwho i i
who else eJ had dealt dal dea I 1 with w j t Ii the Ihf t firm frm under undernumbered Ilium icr icrtuujniharecl I
numbered numhfrfd account afCOln aecoim mit s Ho I H cx expressed tbe tbesolemn thpINnn t hesoleintu
solemn INnn lioiK h011 that lione 111 of his hi political politicalacsot pttlitumulassotiatm
acsot aeodlf assotiatm iiUex bad hun d been h1 I item calght < aught fl iigt I I in i fl the thefailure 1h 1hfaiuw I In Infaliti
failure failureBut faiuw faliti r rStit
But were Wfre your operation operal iOli iOtIS big enough enoughfor Plllgh Plllghfor
for you to owe the tht firm fnn J100000 1JJOO or more morea 10rf moreasked
a aRkld asked ked a green grefn reporter reporterOh rCporterOh
Oh yes ye said the Slator Senator withone wi with II 01 01of omit omitof I Iof
of his frozen trOZfn smiles smie I had hadbeen ben dealing dealingin dtnlng dtnlngIn
in large amounts amountf of f stock on margin mar in in inlots inlots inlots 1
lots of a few ffw thousand shires shrel As Al I said saidI
I am long of stocks stokl and will wi take tal them thfm off offthe ot offtime
the receivers hands handsHouse handHousE handsHouse
House HousE Grossman Grolman A Vorl Vorblu nus of counsel counselfor clnRc1 clnRc1Cor counsIfor
for the receiver rciver sent a man mal with the sub subpaDna mathpatna ubpna
paDna pna for McCarrens appearance apParnnc at the theTuenday theTulday theTuesday
Tuesday Tulday hearing over to the Clarendon ClarendonHotel ClarendonHotel CinrendonITotel
Hotel in Brooklyn yesterday ye terday morning morningSenator moringSnator morningSenator
Senator Snator McCarren McCaren however had tele telephoned tle tlephond telephoned ¬
phoned to Receiver Rciver Russell Ruseel saying that tlat he hewould he1auld hewould
would Whenever he needed neededThe neededThe
1auld appear appar hfnever was neded nededThe
The Senator Sntor received fCived the tht subpoana subpn server serverIn ser r rIn
In his hi room and accepted service Irlc The TheSenator TheSntor rheSenator
Senator Sntor also arranged with wih the receiver receiverto Mciver Mciverto
to meet met him on Monday and go over the theaccount theaccunt theaccount
account accunt with wih a I view to making a settle settlement sttle sttlement settlement ¬
ment mentThings
mentTings mentThings Things Tings are looking brighter hriphter to Receiver ReceiverRussell Reciver ReciverRUBII flecelverRussell
Russell RUBII since sinc he ran onto tho McCarren McCarrenaccount McCarrln McCarrlnacunt McCarrenaccount
account acunt and ho believes blevCs now that tha if the thocreditors th thc thecreditors I
creditors c dltr will wi have a little lte patience patienc ho will willbe wi willbe
be b able to do much better bettr foe them than he hehad hehad hehad
had anticipated anticipatedThe antcipated antcipatedfhe
The McCarren carren account was by all al odds oddsthe oddsthe oddsthe
the biggest the firm fr had It I is more than thanlikely thanlkely thanlikely
likely lkely that one or two Stock Exchange Exchangehouses ExhangehOUSE1 Exchangehouses
houses hOUSE1 may have some explaining to do doin doIn doin
in connection conneton with witb the McCnrren McCnrn opera operations opra oprations operatlons ¬
tions Ennis Enn 5c Stoppani apparently apparentlywerent apparntlywerent apparentlywerent
werent able to handle JVIcCarrens Mcarens thou thousand thoune thouRftflI ¬
sand ne share eha re transactions tmmmctions on the the Consoli Consolidated Consol Consohidated ¬
dated Exchange T and did tho business businessthrough hUBlle hUBllethrough businessthrough
through through Stock Exchange houses housl The TheStock TheStock lhe lheIUock
Stock IUock l Exchange governors governor may want to toknow t toknow
know about this thisThn thisTh thisThe
The Th discovery disoover of the McCarren Mcaren account accountand aecolnt aecolntane accountand
and ane the suspicion that other Brooklyn Brooklynpoliticians Brooklynpoliticians
politicians polticans may Ray have been ben dealing dealng with withEnnis withgnnia withEnnis I
Ennis A Stoppani Stppani recalls recale the fact that thatPresident thatPresident
President Maxwell Maxwel and Cashier Cahier Campbell Campbellof Campbel Cant pbell pbellof I
of the Bank of
Borough Brooklyn who whowore whowore
wore mixed mied up in the scandals of that thatinstitution thntInltittion thatInstitution 1 I
institution Inltittion did their trading tmdlnp with Knnia Knniafc fnnl
fc Stoppani Stppanl Maxwell 1awel committed miicide miicideSeveral 1lichw1 mmuicideSeveral I I
Several Iveral of McCarrens McCarens friends wore con connected connected on onnected ¬ I
nected with the old management mRna ement of that thatbank thathank I Ibank I
bank bankDEWKT bank bankDEWEYS hankThEWitTl
DEWKT TLAKICTS And OM OMTiktn 011 > nlrnnJny
Tiktn with wih ttn th 1 meal enrlrhn nllch the Ih blood bloodH bloor
H We T Dewey c SonCo on Co 1381ultou 138 1ulol lultun bt New cw York Yorkitev
I t v S Treasury Trl8surr TreacurAgentifl gent In Parts artsWas Was Wal Worrlril WorrlrilOver Worrlll WorrlllOer YsnrrlmnlOver
Over Indetectcd nfrtcted SmuRRlcrs SmuRRlcrsSpffdil 8IuI1r 8IuI1rprldl SmnuglcrspcLal >
Spffdil Cable Cb Despatch to 1 Toni TB HUN HUNPAKIS su suPAnts t
PAnts PAIS April Apri 17 17Wiiam 17William William Bainbridge Bainbridgea
a special spclailgent agent of the American Treasury TreasuryDepartment TrelUur TreasuryDepartment
j I Department Doprtment committed committd suicide this after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
himself with revolver revolverHo revolverle
noon by shooting Ihootng wlh a
Ho le had been suffering sulerlng from froU insomnia insomniaand inlomnia inlomniaan insomniaand
and an nervous nervoul exhaustion and was par particularly prI prIticularly particu ¬
ticularly ticu larly worried over the recent 1elmt discovery discoveryof di > covery coveryof
of extensive etens e smuggling Imuglnp of goods from fromParis1 fromParislnto fromParis
Paris Parislnto into the United initfd States for which whichbe
be was held to let blameworthy blameworthyHis
His Ii wife is II completely prostrated She She1ms Shehis Shetins
tins his gone to the th home of Mr 11 Musuif the theAmerican theAmorican theAmerican
American ConsulGeneral ConsulGeneralShe ConsulOolral
She HhewllHai will sv II I sail sa ii for homo hOI with w it ii the I rtmitiins remuinf memnia i us of ofher other oflmer
her husband on the steamer Itm11r Philadelphia Philadelphianext PhIIJphia PhIIJphianext
next Saturday SaturdayWillLun SrlturdaJ SrlturdaJWilam SaturdayVilliatn
WillLun Wilam Bainbridge RainhridgI was a Treasury Treasuryagent Treasuryagent ireasuryagent
agent stationed tuti01d in Paris Iaril He 1 was wal 47 47years 4 4ors 47years
years ors old and had his hi home in Council CouncilBluffs CouncilBufs CouncilBluffs
Bluffs Bufs Ia Ho had had long experience experiencein experimr
in the customs customl service lenile and for u year or ormore orJore ormore
more Jore had been in il charge of the Paris Parisdistrict ParisdiKlriut Parisdistrict
district districtHis diKlriutHisslarv districtiiasalary
His Hisslarv salary in Paris had hld recently recenty been blen in increased incrtspJ increased
creased crtspJ by the th Troisiiry Tre18lr Department be because beCI80 because ¬
cause CI80 of his service eric He HE was wo second secre secretary scre scretr secretary ¬
tary tr of the American Amerial Legation in Pekin Pekineight Pekineight Pekineight
eight years year ago agoIfttUtV agoI
Kuen linl a Magistrate Unt tr8tt nml I Uro1 lrove > rove rnund rounl to lolll toII toIlls
I lll II Ills House 10 for or XrralKnuient XrralKnuientMrs rrnllnllnt rrnllnllnt1r rrnIgnmueuitMrs
Mrs 1r Klizaboth Blackmail Backman who said saidthat saidI
I that she lived Ied at 1097 17 Doan Dcan street Htrlet Brook Brooklyn Brok Broklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn and that her husliand hshnnl wa WUf was Edward EdwardBlackmni Fdward FdwardBackman FdwarciBlackman
Blackman Backman a I lawyer at att3 13 Cedar dur street streetMatiliattnn Itret Itret1Ilhata streettlatllltt4tfl
Matiliattnn 1Ilhata was arrested late yesterday yesterdayafternoon yestlrdayIfernoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon Ifernoon at Twentysecond avenue avenle and andSixtieth alc nttdSixtieth
Sixtieth street t nt Pnrkvllle Iarki while driving drivingn drhinl
n I touring t oiirimm g oar C euu lr r at lt a t a I thirty thirt I bin y mile tn lit uu al a mu hour hourgait hourgai hourgait
gait gaitMrs gai
Mrs Hlaclunan Blacolll is i a nv very young woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who has been married but hit three thrt months monthsBeside montbsHHide monthsBeside
Beside her in the car fur was WI her father fatherWilliam fatherWiiam fatherVilllam
William Wiiam B Oorham n retired lumber lumberdealer Ilmber Ilmberd lumberdealer
dealer d t 111 who lives at lt tho same Rlme address addressMotorcycle Iddre8 Iddre81loryce addressMotorcycle
Motorcycle 1loryce Policeman polman Van Vln Cleef CJfet who whomade whomade whomade
made the arrest said laid tha tim lu 1H chased haf1 the thecar th tlitcar
car < 1 for or ttireeuimrtera IhrMlu rttr8 of n 1 mile an a > it i was wastra Wil Wiltravllm wasI
tra travllm I veiling nortn norl on onTwentyCond TwentyHP Twentysecond cond avenue avenueHP aCnu aCnu1f avenuelie
HP 1f led the thf car cr and its Is driver drivCr and the thedrivers thf theiriuers
drivers father fatIr around to the Parkville Parkvillepolice Parkilf Parkilfplc Parkvillep411cC
police plc station where where Mrs Ir Blackmail Backmai lol toll toULiut tollLitut 1 1Lieut
Lieut Liut Kenny 1 fnlY that she shl was acquainted acquaintedwith uctluintl1I
with Magistrate Magist rat Alfred Alfrll SteorH HI and with withVan withVa withamu
I Van Va amu t Clevf CIIf in low she hr was permitted Drmitd to todrive todrif tothrive
drive drif to the Magistrate lngltrtE home hor at 2601 2601Hedfoid 2611Cedford 6H 6HI
I Hedfoid Bllford menue There Tllre Mrs Il Blackmail Blackmailadmitted Blacmal BlackmanfldflittCl
I admitted mlmitd that tblt she EII had been driving pretty prettyfast prft prettyfast
fast but hit said flid she IIi was fninilar faminr with driving drivingand dr clrivimmtrann I Iland
land and ann took no chances cham of an ataCint ataCintoreO accident accidentClarence aecitintClarence
Clarence oreO P Browning lrowning of 1090 199 Dean Deanstreet Olal Deauistreet
street > 1 rc I furnished furnifhfd 200 IMI cash cfh bail for her hern hlr hlrnlltarlnr hernhisarmmuce
n insurance nlltarlnr in Sx Spcll Special > cinl Sessions SessionsMwsovs S8iI S8iIU SessiomuSL1ISOVS
Mwsovs U J i VKVOIIV IIJ r nrEit PtItTVEFtSaId IUrfUall nrEitSalil
SaId all t to He 1 a routrr OIrotOn omigrsstuInn stiiaii lint tin 11 I lit loller lollerMan 1011 ltttl tr triami
Man Wont ont TellBMTIMORB Tell Veil3tviMotin 11 11rTIMOn
BMTIMORB rTIMOn April 17 i7laa Max Sinsoa of ofNew ofNew
New ow York arrested nrttd in il Philadjejphja P i g bil on ona 01 01n ona
a charge chnr o of vioatinR ioltm the thl postal law in inlining il iluin juttif
lining uin tif itug the Ih I hi mails mnill nia lit for lotterv lotty kit ttrv purpc purp1 tirSt5 scs was wnstiken WI WItakll wastkeii
tiken takll to jail jai this afternoon nteroon where wh be I will willbe wii willtitt
be h held under unlr I 2I tN < JO MI hail b1 for trial Al Although 1 lthough ¬ j jthol
though thol h it is i vMtublished lUblshp1 beyond u 1 doubt dOlhl < Jouuhitthiut
thut thl t I a 1 Congressman < oruretRliUI was WIR connected olwctpI in il ilRor it itStlit i isome
some Ror way iiy with wih an insurance insurnte scheme that thatSiniHoii tha thatS
SiniHoii SinJlol S itflI4Oui iHHiid iHlid is m48 hi to have ha ut promoted prommiot sl or a r to P have hlp hlpIrlf hits hitsI i itried
tried Irlf I j to promote there in if little ltl likelihood lilhood lilhoodof likelihoodof I Iof
I Known knowninson knowuiSjtison I Ihitrson
of his hi identity idlntity ever lr becoming
hitrson siid faid ta iti before going to tail tailIf jailI ailI i
If I f the t tit Government would let mo 1 nm nma nr
a lottery Ihr for theii IIm I could uld pay I IY i oft of the trl trlwhnle I Iwhole Iv I
whole v tin Ia Government Gorlm Gverml inent > nt debt in II a I short tune timpThrp t i mule muleliitre i iThere
There is i no Ut ime R for me II to 14 attempt alhmpt lit tttut Pt to t C denv denvanything Inln1thil itmi itmiiunvt
anything iunvt hut g The 1hi men 1In who w ho arrested a mi mifound ni nifoild mitfotumud >
found foild tho tht tickets tiek11 t icktt in my grip firipI
I intent intplq to take my 1 medicine n1dicilP like ii ljk ljkImiamu a
man Tti Tt ltit Government Omprment oflietals ol ials Is have havetried hal haltrij havetried
tried to not t in IP to tell Ipl them thll the th mimes 1LS of ofpaci I Ipeople
people paci ii they I Ie believed hlilfl IttI Iesmsl were implicated ltpl jea ah ted 1 In inlotterite
lotteries 101 nttrj but blt I have ha told them tll that my myinetiory f mnymneiioi
inetiory I is it bad I cannot a nlot mimiot remember refllhlr th thoti thotiIUIII thea111km e enames
names IUIII 111km Ii tS Tim lii h 4 names 1t IIfl tilts of people 10111 j SOlI C found fOlnd m mtbe in i n nthe I Itu
the tu Impe wpurs which they tl got I could not nothfII I Ihelp
Max In Sniison S ilfJ I titetin wa Wil was a 1 man rm tmtu ml i of itt > t mure 11 miii i r or 0 U I Ilyalry lss s smystery
mystery lyalry in il this thi city ity At it the time of his hisarn hiI hisurrtst i
arn 111 urrtst t he h iii told the jwlil police that he li Imd 111111 an altottlee I IOfCllt
olllce at IH Ann street Htre thin thi city eit eitIlie
OfCllt ct
The Thl Kieugel IrOug1 E Manufacturing Mauimi lllufacturin tacturing Company Companytins OlpU1 omnpanv omnpanvtins I
tins his rooms rlOIR on 11 the tIl ti it third tim i rd floor t0lJr tic r there I and Ind moo I is isengaged is isrticaged
engaged pnga f1 in the thl rubber rlhl r stamp Itmnp biminens hURinl8 inuiuwmsOne I IOne I
One 010 of the thf t te clerks eIkR there twrn I said sa air hi yesterdaythat yest yesterday vpttnhnthlt trdav trdavthat
that thlt Simson Hirlwu was WI connected onlpctpl with the thl timness busi business husrnts ¬
ness nts but hut afterward aferwurd asserted nRrtld that he only onlyreceived ollyrOlo onlyreceived
received rOlo his hi mail uil there thereII there1IULUW thereIIIItl4IU
On Tontine oltnl Hack 13C The 1iuty Plnn 1101 In Hall HallIroni tI al all allErnitu
Ironi Irol New e eu lorl 111 trk > In 4amhrUlKc CalhrllI CalhrllIBorroN 4aiumtriulgeBo6roS
BOSTON April ApriI7Althou 17 17Although Although h their com1 com1bined cotu cotubined 1
bined capital capill will wi total only n I few dollars dollarsmore dollarstnortt Iolar Iolarmora
more than thln the price pric of passage pllsao in the thesUwrage theswra thesteerage
steerage swra e n I party of at least tliree thre itar itarvard Iar Iarvlrd Itarvamd
vard vlrd students student will wi sail sai on the Martha MarthaWashington Martha MarthaVashington
Washington WIlington on June 23 3 for a I two months monthstftp manthtPip monthstPip
tPip through tlrolh Egypt and Ind parts of Asia AsiaThe AaiaThe Asiaihe
The party will wi consist cl lft of J 1 C Cunning Cunnil Cunnilha ¬
ham ha first frs t year y ar law school 8chol E E W Hchmit Hchmitgen Schmit
gen third your yelr special Bpcial student and L LVoid I IVoid Lold
Void old 10 and Ind probably one or two others othersEach othert othersEach
Each Ech of the men mln is working his hi htiswav wav through throughtho thaugh thaughthe
the university and will wi face tac the difficulties difficultiesof dltclties dltcltiesot
of the coming trip with the spirit of an anoptimist anoptlmlsl anoptimist
optimist optimistUinding optlmlsl
landing a t Pirtrus Pirlus the party plans to tovisit tovisit tovisit
visit Athens Ath n Constantinople and the theHoly thelolv theholy
Holy lolv Land Port Said Hid Cairo and Ind other otherpoints othprplt otherpoints
points of interest intlrelt in Egypt Elyp After Ater cross crossing crH crossung ¬
ing plt 19 the thf Mediterranean lolterrnc1 it is planned plnne to tovisit t tovisit
visit Messina lesRina and Ild the earthquake region regionNaples regionNupleR regionNaples
Naples Home and Genoa Sailing Saling from fromthat fromthat
that that port prt for New York they will wi complete completetho
the long trip by walking to Cambridge Cambridgewhich Cambridgowflich ambridgowhich
which they hoi hope > > e to reach about Septem September 8epler ¬
her bel 1 1With lWith 1With
With the exception xNpton of short journeys journeysby jOlrneYRhy
by rail rai and the trip across the Moditnr Moditnrrunean Moditorranean oltor oltorrunen
runean runen where wheroUwrwi they theywiii will work their theirpBge theirpBgethe passage passagethe
the sightseers slght ort will wil live lve the very ver simplu simplulife Iimplo Iimplolfe implolife
life lfe in the open opfn for the moat mOt part mart und uld in inmany inmany inmany
many instances intancea with wih the natives nativesNEW nativf nativfNEW nativesNEW
John I Ferry rr Bring Jrlnll Them From the theInland thehlamt lieIlami
Inland Lying Iylnt On Ol MT the cnrucla enllulla east 4oaMCHICAGO < o eastCulcAoo t tCHICAGO
CHICAGO April Apri 17 17At At least leat one new nowspecies newspecies I IHpecies
species of bird life lfe interesting Intorstin and rare rarespecimens rre rarespecimens I
specimens Ipcoimenl and several new problems us a to tobird tobird tobird
bird distribution distributon arc ae some lome of the result resultof re rmilteof tI
of 11 I trip just completed by John Farwcl FarwclFerry Farei Fareierr FamweiFerry
Ferry err of the Field Museum hlleum of t Natuni Natlra NatlraIlltor Naturaiflislory NatuniHitilory
Hitilory Illtor among Imonl tho islands lying off 01 thf thfcoast Uucalt thscoast
coast calt of Venezuela Vene7ul ln Mr Ferry fcrr Arrived Arrivedin orrlved orrlvedI
in I the city yesterday with ten cases oals con containing containin contaimming ¬
taining tainin 850 150 birds a barrel hlrrel of reptiles repties und undllsh I Illlh Ifish
fish lllh and several trunks trlnks of curious curloul speci specimens ¬
mens mensThe 1111 UleItHThe
The trip just ust completed flllfl fll a gap lp
which lout 11m always existed eXiste between hotw m tho tho timoflmmtvh
i Dutch Vest Indies and the Inland of Mar Margarita Mar Margarita
garita Iarln and gives pivlf tho museum mleum the only onlycomplete onlyI onlycomplete
I complete complot as a well wel as a the largest lurpelt collection collectionof coleton coletonlof
lof of West Indian bird hiIl lifo in existence existenceMuch exstnc existenceMuch
Much new Information Intornton haH been gained gainednnd gainednnd gaitmedend
nnd the ranges ranlol of soveral species of birds birdsheretofore birthsheretofore
heretofore believed holeve to Iw l > confined canfned to tho thoLeaser theLeseer
l Leaser LCIIcr Antilles Antlcs have b V been bIcn extended etended tendcdIt
Offer Olr Made Iadl Iouldabout Houndalmut Through Throllh a Law Lawer Eawyer w wIr
yer > er Ir and Rejrotrd JJlotr by the Collector CollectorWho Collotor CollotorWho CollectorWho
Who Sa Says a > 8 the Government Govrnmlnt Intends Intendsto Intendto
to Search Staroh and Prosecute Proloute to tlieUmlt tlieUmltIf tleUml tleUmlIf time Limult LimultIf
If Collector CoUector Lo Loeb b is i is correctly crrecty informed informedby tformeJ tformeJby
by lawyer lawyel representing rfpreRlntng somebody Romebc ly who whoin
in turn represents repr6ent the persons pelonf recently recentlyguilty rfnty rfntyIunty recentlyguilty
guilty Iunty of trying trn to smuggle smugglC 1520 52000 worth worthof
of f Empire and anl Princess Princes gowns and laces lacesinto lacesinto lacesinto
into this country the smugglers stand standready Ilan1 Ilan1rEady standready
ready to pay the Government SI00 100000 if ifit ifIt ifitwfll
it itwfll will wi turn tur the seized eize goods over to to them themand t11 t11and themand
and promise not to prosecute which looks looksas 100 100M
as if they feared fearr that the agents agent under underarrest lndoI lndoIIrrft underarrest
arrest Irrft will wi turn tur States evidence evidenc The TheGrand TIl TIlGrand TheGrand
Grand Jury Jur haS ha the case caseThe cle clefho caseThe
The two lawyers lawyer who brought word of ofthis atthlf ofthis
this thlf offer oter to Harrison Osborne the Col Collectors CollectorK Collectors ¬
lectors solicitor solcitor said they didnt know knowwho knowwho knowwho
who their thei clients clent > were One of the thelawyers thelawylJ timelawyers
lawyers lawylJ said saidAll paidAhi aidAl
All Al I know is I that tlnt certain ertn persons personsasserting peron peronIsertng personasserting
asserting Isertng that that they represented others otherswho otheN otheNwho otherswho
who are unknown to me asked aked me to toconsult toconsult toconsult
consult with th juts customs CUslOIR attorneys attoreys and andlet andI andlet
I let it be understood 1n ertoothut that tlOOOOO 100 lOO00 will wi be bepaid hepaid bepaid
paid if the Government GovprlmEnt will wi drop the case caseand cse cseand caseand
and relinquish rOlnquiRh its I claim to the dreaaes dref and andlaces andIWl and andlaces
laces lacesMr lacesMr
IWlMr Mr Osborno informed informe the th visitors villDr that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Government Ooerment could not compromise compromisewith cOIrroll e ewih
with wih w itIm smugglers Hmugglel The United Unite States Stateswotild Stateswotildprofit > would wouldprofit wouldproft
profit proft by the offer oler he said yesterday bill billthe hut Itcitthe
the Collector Coltcor had ruled rlie that 11 t principle principlewas
was involved involvedFurther imahe involvedFurther
Further it I is I desirfld that an In example exampleIK
IK > made of those responsible for such an anattempt anatempt atmattempt
1 lt
attempt atempt nt wholesale fraud trud on the cus customs enstoiii UR URtal1 ¬
toms tal1 department Mr II Osborne said saidIf Bld BldI
If I we should accept the offer ofer the prose prosecution prol prolcuton prosecution ¬
cution cuton and search farch for the offenders ofenderE would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have to drop On the contrary all ni the thepower thopowel thepower
power of the I he Treasury Department andthe and andthe andthe
the United States IHato > District Attorney is isbeing isLlng is isbeing
being directed toward the arrest and andsevere andRvere andsevere
severe Rvere Llng punishment nt of the principals principalsThe prinelpalTh
The smuggled goods goo8 have been hn np nppraioed lp lppraiRd apiraisecl
praioed at 120 12000 including import duties dutiesIf dltiE dltiEIt
If this offer ofer should s10u1 be b accepted accptd the smug sinugglars slug slugglers smugglees
glees would really realy be b able to profit proft by thoir thoirdishonesty thoirdihone theirdishonesty
addi additional ndditional additional
dishonesty dihone < They could make up ¬
tional costumes ctumeA from the models for the thespring thespring tilespring
spring and amid summer iumeI trade and get el back backtheir bncltheir backtheir
their payment to the Government Goverment and andtheir Ind Indth timidtheir
their th ir profit proft too tooThe to toorite
The customs CUtOIK people pople announce nnnounc that the theseifcod theSi theseiiod
seifcod Si d goods will wi be l auctioned auctoned piece piec by bypiece b bpiec byPe
who whowant whowant whowant
piece piec Pe presently and ItHI that women
want to buy will wi have a chance to examine examinethem examinethem examinethoom
them beforehand hefoifhand Imiallv ualv seireil HiI1 goods goodshave goodRhave goodshave
have been sold in lofs to dealers but in inthis inthi8 intimis
this case Cf the Government Govermont will wi nm no norisk noriI norisk
risk of letting leting the goods go at auction to torepresentatives toreprelfntltive torepresentatives
representatives of the th persons Ieron who tried triedto
to smuggle sluggle them themr thlm thlmIJmtmn them1JIWtIft4
IJmtmn 1JIWtIft4 r FIRE llE I7ff uotTS GIRIS VIRLSSen GIRISfarMI GIRISSeared
Sen Seared farMI ml Milliners llnlr Escape apt From I ro Smoke SmokeKilled loe loetlf1 mimokcIlileti
Killed tlf1 Empire ullre Mate Itatl IlulltlliiK IlulltlliiKSeveral lullln lulllneeral UtmtkiingSeseral
Several factory girt fainted fAintfl and a aman ntan atitan
man tan was hurt hlrt at a fire II ye yesterday Otfrar > terdny after afternoon afer afernoon afternoon ¬
noon in the Empire State tne Building Buildinl at atBroadway atBroRdwav atBroadway
Broadway and Beeoker streets RtreotsThe streetslbs tlot tlotThf
The Thf fire I started ftlrl1 on the second pcnd floor floori foor foorIn
in the th milliners liimrH supplies supl factory actor of Abra Abraham Abr Abraham ¬
ham hal ham Kulowit it Smoke filled fINI the build buid buidIng lniihling
West WestIHghtieth WtI Wetiighitieth
ing and Abraham Abrlhar Bitter of 101
IHghtieth I hlieth street Htret a dealer dfalpr in leather hathlr goods goodsI
on the tlJ ti fifth ffth floor foor thrust his hi right rilht arm armIhrough artnthrough
through tho glass Iln > door of the elevator elevatorshaft IeatorRhaf
shaft Rhaf to start Iat a current curr nt of air His Hi arm armwas armWaf armwill
was Waf badly hml cut ut but he hI went home homeSeveral homeS itommieSeerai
Several S < lrl hundred hlndrll girls Iir were in the thO place placewhen placnwhn liacwimttm
when the th fire 111 started ltarled One elevator elevatorbroKH elfator elfatorhrnlo elevatorbroke
broke down n but hit the second Iconl run by Tony TonySarino Tonyarin TonySarinci
Sarino arin kept going until ultil all al were wlre out outManv outlln outMatm
Manv lln who ho were 111 too frightened fl htlned to to wait waitfoi waitfo waitfar
far fo the Ih elevator Iltor went wlnt down the th fire fr frmp tw twcapes s scapos
capos mp Several Herl gins collapstxt Colapso1 after afterreaching lfter lfterraehing tifterrtndilitmg
reaching the t li street streotThe streetlime r I IThe
The tire tr was Wl snuffed 811tr1 out Olt quickly by a ahigh alijttii I Ih
high h h pressure prlI stream t reatn The damage Ihunape was wasslight Wlq Wlqlht waslight
slight slightNearly lightNtarly lht I
Nearly a 1 doen years Ial ago 10 th t h ° original originallmpire rpinll rpinllEmpin riginalldmmpirct
lmpire State Building Bniding which hiicll was w occil occilpied OCCIIpie ocmhpied
pied pie bv h the Empire State Hank und IIHI stood stoodon 100 100on iootlaim <
on the site of f the thl present pretnt building buidinl was wasburned wahurncl waslurnecl
burned hurncl to the ground The ManhattanBank Manhattan ManhattanBank anhathnHank
Bank mIcros ICro the th street at rest vIa burned at the thesame thearl thesaints
same > arl time tme Two rw years eal cars ago agr ag there was a abad 1 1ball abad
bad fire fre in the Ihf new IIW building Yester Yesterdays Yeter Yesterdays ¬
days dny file f was w l immediately immflalfly over ov r liege Hegmnns Uge Ugemnn liegemans
mans drug II Il I store ttort It is i not known how it ittiiinated it itorigin
origin > tiiinated tiiinatedtiHOWS r inltt1 inltt1Um at et I IGIZ1lI
tiHOWS Um STIUnttEllltlES STlr8flrnS AT T SEt SEtlallrln SEtkahseriui Sfv t tKalirrln
Kalirrln lallrln A ucuste ulletl Victoria Atlrtsn A tl ulmis a Kitchen Kitchenarilen ItitehleimariIrmu lh1 lh1rln
< < arilen rln to Her Ilr Novelties NoveltiesThe NoveltiesTue ollt
The HamburgAmerican liner lnor Kaiserin KaiserinAuguste Kaislrln KaislrlnAuguRtl KaiserinAugusta
Augusta AuguRtl Victoria in yesterday had a astrawberry astrawberry astrawberry
strawberry and lettuce l tuce gdrdmi on the theafter theattor theafter
after boat deck Passengers watched wltche the thegardener thegardener thegardener
gardener who is the chief steward too toopicking toopickinl toopicking
picking pickinl strawberries st and cutting cuttn lettuce lettuceas loluce
as 8 the ship passed a tall tal icei iceberg > erg off 01 the thebanks thebalkf thebatik
banks balkf Among the Kaiserins passengers passengerswere p lngfr8 lngfr8were
were Air 11 and Mrs 111 Russell RU HI A Alger J Ir the theBaronesn theJaronlH theBaroness
Baroness JaronlH von Oll Keillor I Mrs Jr C M Ool Oolrichs Oelrich Oolrich
rich A M 1 Thackara TI1cklra American Am liC Consul ConsulCtonerul Consll ConsllGonerl ConsulGeneral
General Gonerl at Berlin Berln Frederick Freerick F Mar Marquand Marqiiatmd llr llrquand
quand George Douglas Dougll Turner Turer and andArthur nndArthur andArthur
Arthur Whitney Whilly
Mrs 111 Anna Kreft Kref a steerage Rt erage passenger passengergave passengergave
gave glO birth lo n 1 boy baby on pslenger pslengerglO Thursday Thursdayand ThurHiav ThurHiavand Timuredawand
and the cabin passengers pn8en er contributed eoatriblteJ
115 150 to It the mother His name will wi he beAugust heAupu heAugust
August Aupu The Thl Cunarder Campania Campnia in infrom infrm iiifrom
from frm Liverpool Livarpol and Queenstown also Ilgo had hada
a birth in her steerage on Easter EaR FasterMotmday FasterMotmdayatid tel Monday Mondayand Mondaynnd
and the boy was WlS christened christene Campania CampaniaBaker CampaniaIkl Campanlalinker
Baker BakerTIDE linkerTIDE r rTUI
And nt Ua Lass ICr Her Across cros the the Dock ock niien hen the thrliroonland tit thettrooimiantl
liroonland tiroollami Is 1 l Ha Halnl Salng j Ins Cooilli CooilliA
A strong ston ebb tide caught the stern of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American Americln liner lner St Paul as she sh backed backedout
out of her dock at the foot of Fulton FultonBtrobt Fultontret Fuitonstreut
Btrobt tret yesterday morning and she Ihe was wasswung WI w wswung
swung wln broadside against a nlnRt the the heads headl of f the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two pier bounding the dock dok in which the I IHed
Red Star liner ln r Kroonland was tied up onTim I ITho
The St Paul scraped against the pier plebeads pietieaifi 111 111The
heads a minute or so and tho passengers passengersof
of the Kroonland due dle to sail sai PRenler8 PRenler8of two hours hour 1
later latr watched wltched the plight plght pi ht of the American i Infr
liner nfr with interest Intret Eight tugs nosed nOtd and nndlulled andplU andI 1
lulled plU I d theSt thc Rt Paul out into the thestrlam stream and andturned i iturned i
turned thtned her around bow to sea and sho showent Ahelnt ha hawent
went lnt on her course couri A tow of canal boats boatsthat bontsthIt boatsthat
that thIt was wlsforced forced shoreward by b the St Paul
butted butel into Ito u 1 Pennsylvania PonnsylvaOn ferryboat Cerrboat
but did no nodamage damage damageAttempt J mapA i
I i iI Itllenht
Attempt I tm lit to Hold 1011 t 11 i a Seattle Seatll HanU HanUSfcATiiK lanll IlamuhiSpaTriy I
SfcATiiK H TI April Apri lTAn 1 1An unsuccessful unsuccessfulattempt Infuccofsful InfuccofsfulItempt imnuccefumiatttiiimt
attempt Itempt to hold up tp UIP the American AmoriCln Savings SavingsBank Hivinps Savingshank
Bank lanl and Trust Trult Companv wan made 1110 I
hero today An unidentified unidonllt man fired firednt Irp1 Irp1nt ii rest restnt
nt the secretary Rooretllr of the company hut the thobullot i ihulet ibullet
bullet hulet did not hit the mark Olrk Theattnmpt Theattnmptoccurred ihe h ItAmpt ItAmptoccurre attempt attemptoccurred
occurred in the midst of the Saturday Saturdayrush
rush j Ij I I
I llraards nelanl the Birth urth of Wllhehnlna Heir Heirai 1tlr 1tlrU
I ai a Injuatlnably nJultlfably Belayed BelayedSpecial nelaye Delayedptchil
Special pcal Cable Ctblt Dtlpottti to Tldt TI8 TI SU SUAMSTKHPAM SIJc SIJcAMSTItnDAM U UAMSTERDAM
AMSTERDAM April Aprl 17 17Publo 17Publio Public excite excitement excte exctement excitenuent ¬
ment over what wht is i regarded r iare an unjustifi unjustifiable unJttif ¬
able delay del y in the tle birth birh of an heir to the thethrone thethrone
throne thrne has h reached reache the point of arousing arousingnational nrouingnational arousingnational I
national exasperation exasperationIt
It I is il said that the Queen is not so 1 well welltonight wel welltonight
tonight and that the next twentyfour twentyfourhours twentytourhouJ
hours houJ should slluld solve the riddle of Prince Princeor Prnce Prnceor
or Princess PrincessM4LLOHI Princl PrinclUUItl Primmctesh1
Off 11 laltraM itatteras at I eras In a Kale < ale but Comlnt Colhu Ip IpSlowly CpSlowly p pSlowl
Slowly Slowl With llh Kftcortlnx 1ortnl Vessel VesselrAmIrA > lslel lslelTUPA M I ITAHPA
TAHPA Fla April pri iril 17 1A 17A A wireless wirelessmessage wirelps wirelpsmSfllP wirelessmessage
message mSfllP was Waf received re3ive at the station stationhero stationher stationlitre
hero her tonight tonipht at fi30 fl3 from the Mallory Malloryliner Mallorylimier Inlor
liner Colorado Iolarro 31 312 miles mies south of Dia Diamond fil filmond Pittmond ¬
mond Shoals Shoall Hatteras Hattmu that tho thehip ship hud hudlost hud10lt hindlost
lost 10lt her propeller propellerThe propler proplerTh
The Th Civile liner lner Mohawk was WB standing standingby stndinv
by in caw C of emergency and the Mallory Malloryliner Malor Malorlner Mallorylitter
liner lner Alamo Alalo 100 lO milen mllf1 south Ruth was waiting waitingto waltin waltinto
to l h be ot assistance if necessary necessaryA necsFry necsFryA
A stiff 8tif gale gait blowing prevents investi investigation invtij investigation ¬
gation j t ion of the damage dama ge It I is i Iwlieved Iwlievedthat lJlevfd lJlevfdthat belifiveIthat
that the hit
thf propeller propler wreckage wreckageAt
At 10 clock 0 another message meKage states statesthat statesthat tats tatsthat
that all al on 01 board bor are safe sfe and Ind itis it 18 be believed l lHeved behieved > ¬
lieved that the propeller propelr has two blades bladesleft hlde hldelof bladesleft
left leftThe lof
The Colorado Colorldo is il proceeding prordlnj at four miles milesnn mie miean
an hour hout to New York attended atended by the theAlamo theAlamo theAlanmo
Alamo AlamoHI Alanmo1ClOIf
Come < 017 3la M Ia > Ail 1 < iISOOO 815OOOH0 MM > for Im Imprinfineiits 11 11Ilrolelts liiilroviuneIits
prinfineiits Ilrolelts or Else I I a Salary Tax Taxfl TaxptrI Taxpvrfil
fl ptrI > rr1al OiMr CIM iM JirjpufcA porh lo 0 oriir TiE FUK Su Sl sea seaHAVANA > < J JHAVANA
HAVANA HA NA April Apri 17 17lt It isrumored is that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Government Government will wi shortly shorly make mke a aSI5I0
SI5I0 15000000 loan lon to pay for public publo improve improvements improvementl improvernents ¬
ments mentl and to meet met the impending deficit defcit defcitThis deficitThis
1 This however is contradicted cntrdiced in a ameasure amlasur ameasure
measure mlasur by the fact that President Gomez Gomezwill Gme7 Gme7wi Oonmeiwill
will wi send 8 nd a message mefsaje toCongress toCongref Monday Mondayasking Mondayasking Mondayasking
asking for authority to levy a tux of 8 8per Sper 8per
per cent clt on all al salaries including hi hiowu hiown hiown
own but excepting those of Congressmen CongressmenIAMES Congeelrel CongeelrellES CongreetnemiItIES
Bridge Irhl1 Builder uldr Shot Pawn Iown by b a Robber Robbir In Ina Ina Ina
a NtrfM of San Francisco FranclwoSAN FranciscoSAN ranell ranellHAN
SAN FRANCISCO April pri 17 17Jame 17James lames M MThomson MThomson I IThomon
Thomson vicepresident of the Thomson ThomsonBridge Thom80nBridge ThomsonBridge
Bridge Company Compny was fatally fatly shot on onMain onInin onMain
Main street at noon today by a I robber robberwho robberwho robberwho
who attempted ntfmllted to oscapewith escape witlm S3 3200 which whichhe w Wchm Wchmhe
he snatched from Mr Thomson ThomsonThe homRonThe
The money had hld been secured securp1 at at a hank hankto
to Pity PIY off of the men and an exconvict exconvictnamed exconvictname axconvictnamed
named Francis Gordon and an unknown unknownman unknownma
man ma evidently knew of Thomsons ThomsonE errand errandfor errandfor rrnd rrndfor
for they held up the office ofc in his absence absencebound absencebound absencebound
bound and gagged the bookkeeper and andwhen andwhen nd ndwhen
when Thomson arrived arive they seized eize the thecoin thocil timecoin
coin cil bag bg and bolted bole Gordon shot shotThomson shotThomon shotThomson
Thomson in the wrist and then jumped jumpedinto jumpe
into ilto a buggy bugg Ao he was B driving off offThomson of otTThomson
Thomson Tom on tired fre at him and ael Gordon Gonon re returned re returned ¬
turned turne the shot putting putng a a bullet bule through throughThomsons trough troughThomlns tI ough oughThomson
Thomson inflicting fatal injury injuryGordon injimryGordon
Thomlns lungs lung infctng a I fatal injur
Gordon Goron was pursued IJIUO for blocks and he hewounded hewoundld hewounded
wounded woundld a bystander bystnder before he was wascaptured wa wacapturpI wascaptured
captured The other robber escaped escapedThe ecp escapedTim
The money mon y was WQ recovered The scene of ofthe otthe ofthe
the robbery robh r is in the heart hert of the whole wholesale whole wholesale wholetntle ¬
sale district districtTil districtTI districtrii
IVorltinan 1orlolan Killed IUIf1 by I it an Odd Accident at atNevttonn atStwtown atNewlown
Nevttonn Stwtown L I I IA 1A IA
A big bi steel Htel bucket IHaket shovel used uO1 in ex excavation excavation cxcavation ¬
cavation work at the bridge brdge across aor01 the theLong theLong timeLong
Long Island road at Grand street New Newtown Newtown Newtown
town L I I 1 yesterday nfternoon afernoon became becamecharged bamo bamochargpl becameclmarged
charged with wih electricity when it came in incontact incontact ineotmtaot
contact with the feed fe wires wlrC of the Long LongIsland Lng Lng1land LongIsland
Island road and caused cause the the instant ltnt death deathof
of one of the workmen The man had a ashovel nshovel ashovel
shovel in one hand and with the other othergrabbed athergrabbcl othergralibed
grabbed hold of the steel bucket to steady steadyit Iteadyi
it i when he was wa killed killedThe kie killedThe
The deat deaq man was W Frank Barnello BarnelloI6years Bar Barnellot6yetirs lo lo16Yfar
I I6years old of 165 16 Hopkins streok streo trees Brook Brooklyn BrookIyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn The Thl foreman of the gaugHobert gang Robert E EClower gClower Blower
Clower of Forest Hill Hi and the the engineer engineerCharles tngineorCharl engineerCharles
Charles Monahan of S25 3 5 Oakland street streetBrooklyn streetBroklyn Streethirocklyim
Brooklyn were wtl arrested and taken to tothe tothe tothe
the station house houlo to t await the action of ofthe ofthe oftime
the Coroner CoronerThe Coranernil Coronerflie
The nil big bucket swung from rain n cable at atthe atthe atthe
the end of a derrick This derrick was wasoperated WI WIoperate wasoperated
operated operate by the engineer who Ifoisted Ifoistedand lioite 1oitedand
and lowered lowere the shovel Ihovtl It I is it said Biid by the thepolice thepalce thepolice
police palce that the steel stel shovel swung too far farout farout faromit
out and came in il contact with the wires wiresTOOK wire wireTOOl wiresrooi
TOOK TOOl PoisoN OIO WHILE tll HE I WAITED WAITEDBellevue tU1EI tU1EI111ut 11411EDIhehlevue
Bellevue 111ut Nurses Nur miracs Taller Caler Gulped < ulpd Down DownMlrjcbnlne 1own 1ownHtrehnln PownMlreimnine
Mlrjcbnlne Ether 1 and Tainphor TainphorA < alphor I
A man describing himself as I Johnson JohnsonHarris JohnsonHarris
Harris 27 7 years yelr old of Fairmount W Va Vacalled Vacnled Vacalled I
called cnled at Bellevue lelevue Hospital J0 ial yesterday yesterdayafternoon Yet yesterdayafternoon rday rdayaferoon
afternoon aferoon and asked nRke to see ee a nurse nurE Miss MissJessica Mlf MissJessica
Jessica JtRica Vient ViEnt While Wbie an attendant atendant was wassearching 18 wassearching
searching for Miss JMf Vient Harris Haris went ent to tothe tothe tothe
the medical closet coet in an adjoining room roombroke roomhroke roombroke
broke the glass door dor and swallowed walowe some someof someof someof
of the contents contnt of the first fJt three thre vials vials he hecameacross hecme hecumeacross
cameacross cme acrOS They The contained cntaine strychnine strychnineether
ether and camphor respectively respectivelyThe repotvely repotvelyThe
The attendant atendant returned rturt saw what wht was wasup wastip 1 1up
up and called caled Dr Powers PoweJ The phy physician phyEican physician ¬
sician Eican applied appled a stomach pump and Harris Harriswas Harriswa
was wa sent over tb b the prison prl on ward ard under underarrest underarrelt underarrest
arrest arrelt for attempting atemptng suicide Hehadnt Hehadnthurt I Ihurt
hurt himself any but was WI pretty prty sick sickMiss sickMis sickMiss
Miss Vient was W at the thecrcuR circus When Whenshe Whenshe
she got hack she said she did not know knowHarris knowHarri knowHarris
Harris but that he may have been bn a pa patient patent patietit ¬
tient tent under her care cre at some time timeMLD time11D timeJIlL
Ualo Glasgow Mali llob Rack theiirounds the Grounds and Fight FightHie Flhttluc Ightthe
the Poleelort PolleeForty Police Forty In Hospital HospitalSpecial leepll leepllPUhll hospitalpecliii
Special Caltlt Cab Detpatch Itpalch to II TUB SUN SUNGLASGOW SUi SuaiLsaOow
GLASGOW April Apri 17 17Sity 17Sixty Sixty thousand thousandspectare thousandspectators
spectators spectare who attended attnded a football footbl match matchhere matc matchhero
here today tody joined in a I wild wid riot because bause bauseI becausea
a I second s cond attempt to play off of a champion championship chmpion chmpion8hlp
ship tie te resulted re > ulted in a draw and the teams tms tmsrefused teamsrefused
refused to continue continueThe continueThe
The crowd rushed nsbod onto the the field feld and andtore nndtore andtore
tore up the goal Ioal posts POMt They also at attacked attcked attacked ¬
tacked tcked tho pavilion pavion and set let fire fre to the thopay thepay thepay
pay boxes and Ind barricades barricadesA
A large Inlo force of mounted montll and foot footpolce footpolice
police polce attempted atemlJtod to quell quel the disturbance disturbanceand diturbnnce diturbnnceld
and a 1 savage fight fgbt resulted resultd in which all allavailable aUIvalahle allavailable
available Ivalahle missiles mllies were used Forty Fory in injured Injured injtmred ¬
jured persons were taken to to the hospital hospitalWhen hospit hospitalWhemm
When the firemen fremen attempted at mpted to quell quel the theflames tbefumes thettmmec
flames fumes the th crowd Clwr cut their hose hoseTho hoeihie i
Tho ThO football jnothalluthoritcs authorities intend in ten to with withhold wlthhold withhold ¬
hold the th championship cup as 8 a punish punishmcnt
inont mInt for or ail al concerned concered I
1 1PEtCE
Young Youg oung Turks Tlfkl Talking Talklnj of Sultans Sulan Deposi Depositlun OtpSI fleposiItfl
tlun tn While nble the Troop Cheer Him Ilm IlmloCln filmMovc HimMove
Move loCln In Force oree on the Capital Capl t All But ButImpossible OutImps HutlniposslbieBloodtmed
Impossible Imps lniposslbieBloodtmed lbleDoodlhed Bloodthed and Terror Terrorfptrl Tlrror Terrortpsrfil I
SpuiJ fptrl < it CaW Dtipatchts to 1 TH TRI Sew SewLONDON SUNJONDON SexfoNDoN
LONDON April Apri IS 1fThe 18The The Turkish Em Embassy Emhassy ¬ s
bassy hSRY has given out Olt the following followingA tolowing tolowingA
A battalion battlon with wih officers otCJ arrived at atJchataldja t atJchataldja
Jchataldja 15 miles mies from fromConstantnopl fromConstantnopllat Constantinople Constantinoplelate
lat late today from Salonica Ionic A depots deputation deputl depotslion ¬ I Iton
lion ton composed compRed of the Ulema Uema deputies doputieand deputeJ deputiesand l land
and superior Ruprlor officers ofcrs met them and ex explained e eplained cvplained ¬
plained affairs afairs in their proper propr light lightThere lght lightFimere 1 1Ther
There Ther is it every reason realon lo to hope that thatthe thltthe thatthe
the deputation will wi succeed Hucced in its pacific pacificmin paoilo paoilomilsion paoitiomission
min milsion mission ion Valliant Yaliant chief of tho First FirstArmy FirstArmy jrlt r
Army Corps Is il working day and night nightwith night j jwih SI j jwith
with wih his officers orlcrf to assure assur discipline diciplno union unionthe Imon among amongthis I Ithe
the troops troopf and the Cabinet has taken tkon the thanecosBary th thenecessary i inOCJSRary
necessary measures measurel to preserve prserve order orderin i
in the city cityThe cly clyTho citylhe
The foregoing foregoinp battalion hatalon with horsoi hors horsand t tand i innd
and equipment filled fled twontyone cars carsBKRMX canBanlIy
BKRMX B Rtn April Apri 18 ISThe The correspond correspondof crrspandln crrspandlnat
of the Voasinche Zettuny describes describe tin tinsituation ti tht thtsituation i iliuation
situation liuation as perceptibly worse wore in Constan Constantinople Constan Constantlnoplo Constantinople ¬
tinople Almost all al foreigners have loft loftthtt lerc loftthe
the city cityIt c I IIt
It is i reported rporlAt in il Berlin Berln that Enver EnverBey EnverJB EnverBay
Bay B y Military 1itar Attache1 Attache1of Atach of the Berlin Berln Bin Binbossy Embassy
bossy has taken over the direction dirion of ofthe ofthe 1 1the
the Young Y Olng Turk administration nt Salon Salonicaandisnrousinggreatenthusiasm Salonlea l l
icaandisnrousinggreatenthusiasm Icaandisarousinggreatenthusla1 lea and isnrousinggreat entimusiasni there thereThe thereThe o oThe
The Tageblatle Tageblat8 Constantinople Cnstutnople car correspondent 01 carrespondent 1
respondent reports the murder of Gen GenIjzet Gen17et GenIzzet
Ijzet 17et hind a 1 former Minister Ministr at Madrid MadridThe MadridTIme i
The Lokalameiger Lkalanligerl correspondent crespndent says saysreports s1 saysreports 1
reports reprl are current of the murder of 30 30officers 3fJ 3fJofcr a aofficers
officers ofcr l belonging > to the War Academy Academyand Acdemrand
and also ailo the entire body bdy of officers ofcr of the thsGuards th9Guards theGuards
Guards Cavalry Cavalr Regiment RegimentThe
The he whole Armenian population popultion sup supports BUp supports ¬
ports port the Young Turks whose candidat candidathas cndida cndidalas cndidatahums
has las l hen been > en elected elec e President of the Cham Chamber Chmj Chain1 Chain1her
her bl of Deputies by ill 11 votes vots out of 19 19CONSTANTINOPLE i iCoNsrNvncoILE I
CONSTANTINOPLE April Apri 17 17A A despatc despatchfrom despatcfrom i t
from Sparta Sprta Kuleh late tonight says 88 the thsadvanced theadvanced
advanced ndvan d guard of the th Salonica Slonica troops troopsproceeding trooP troopsproceeding
proceeding to the capital Cpltl captured cpturd the thafortifications th thtortfcation thefortifications
fortifications tortfcation therewhich therwhich were wer abandoned abandonedby
by the garrison garrisonIffTodays garrisonTodays 1J 1
IffTodays IIodays reports report from Salonica Salonic were con conflicting on conflicting ¬ i ificting
flicting ficting Some said that the troops toop re remained r remained ¬ 1 r rmaine
mained maine in their thei barracks brracks while whil others de declared dodared ¬
dared dare that two or three th battalions battlon worn woraalready wet wornalready 1 i
already en route rOlt to t the tie capital capitalThe capitalThe
The transportation tranpo ton facilities tacites are ae limited limitedThe Umlt llmItehThe i
The railway raiway is insufficient Insufcent and no ships shipsare shlp
are ar available avaiable The Government has ha isauei isaueia sud I Ia
a statement ttm nt to t the th effect ofec that tht the troops troopswho trP troopiwho
who left Salonica Salonic yesterday yetrday are arenow now nowreturning nowreturning t
returning This Th announcement announcment is prob probably probably ¬
ably intended intnded to avert a paniohere paniohereThe panohere panohereThe
The Chamber of Deputies Depute Deputiessenla sent a deputa deputation deputtion doputaion ¬
tion of ten members member to t Tchataldja Tchatldjatnight Tchatldjatnightto tonight tonightto 4
to meet the battalions btlons supposed suppe to t be b en enroute el elroule eraroute
route from Salonica Slonio to endeavor endevor to induce inducathem InduC j jthem
them to return rturn Two battalions bttlon from fromHademlteny trm fromIIadem1eny 1 j
Hademlteny Hademl ny arrived arrive today tay to t ascertain ascertainif ascertID ascertIDif
if the Constitution Cnstiution is endangered The ThaChamber TheChamber i
Chamber received recive them andlfter and 1ftIter fter ac acclaiming accaiming acclaiming ¬
claiming caiming the Sultan Snltn and the Deputies Deputiesthey Dpute5 Deputiestimey
they left for or Hademkeny HademkenyAll j jAl f
All Al the constitutional contitutionl political pltcl parties partiessocieties prtlM partieisocieties i
societies 80 iete and committees cmmlte have issued ue a aproclamation aproclamation
proclamation procamation declaring their teir fusion fsion under underthe underthe m
the name of Committee olf o Ottoman OttomanUnion Ottmaf OttomatiUnion f
Union Their object is to t discontinue discontinuequarrels dIscntnue I Y4I Y4Iquarrels 7i 7iqlarrels
quarrels and to combine cmbine in support supprt of otb otbCnstt the thaConstitution theConstitution
Constitution ConstitutionA Cnstt tion tionA
A protocol protocol will wi be issued lHue presently presentlyacknowledging preenty presentlyacknowledging
acknowledging aclmowledginj Bulgarian independence independencePrivate indepndence independencePrivate r
Private despatches from Salonioi Aaloni ai aiwort a aEort assort 1
sort Eort that tho Young Turks are working workingwitli workinl workInwithi i
with feverish fferilh energy Inerg to avert what thf thfbelieve tharbelieve i
believe belove will wi be the Sultans Slltnns next mon movatoward mayatoward
toward town 1 regaining his autocracy They Thaypersist 1beykr Theypersist t
persist in declaring that the Sultan Sultn wa waalmost w wi wialmost j f
almost wholly wholy responsible for Tuesdays Tuesdaysmutiny Tuesdaysunlitiny
I Ilutny
mutiny lutny and they openly opnly avow their da datermination determination H
termination terminn lon to depose him at It any cost costNa COtaim costNaaim
Na aim ini Pasha the newly appointed appointd com commander ooi oemmender ii iimander
mander of the First Filt Army Corps Cors visited visit the tb9barracks tb tbharracks thebarracks
barracks of that corps crps today tday and made madeEpch mados madosspeecim A Aspeech
speech Epch to t the t o troops in which he said saidthat sid sidthat saidthat
that he would not tolerate the least de departure departur dcparturo ¬
parture partur from military mitry discipline disciplne The Thasoldiers Thesoldiers i isaldier
soldiers saldier cheered him and loudly promised promisedblind promisedblind J Jblnd
blind blnd obedience obedienceThe obelenc obedienceThe 1 1The
The accidental accdentl casualties caualtes due to t stray straybullets straybullets
bullets bulet fired fr by the mutinous mutnous troops in incelebrating II liicelebrating l fl
celebrating celebratng their victory victr over the Young YoungTurk Youn YoungTurk
Turk Government Goverment during Monday and andTuesday andTuesday A f
Tuesday were 17 1 killed kioland and 415 wounded woundedSALONICA woun woundedSAtoNxcA e
SALONICA April 17 Telegrams 17Telegam and andother endother I
other messages meege are arriving hero her from fromtowns trl fromtowns
towns throughout the province provinc to th theffect the theeffect i
effect etec tbat the the inhabitants inhbitnt decline decln to torecognize t torecognize > i
recognize recgnize the new ministry ministr at Constant Constantnople CnetntJ CnetntJI
nople nopleEnergetic nop nopleEnergetio I e < f1 k1 k1Ener
Energetic Ener eto measures mM ures are to be h taken takento tkOl fi i it
to t combat cmbt disaffection dlMIecton Albania Albani has hs put
20000 20 men at the diaposal dipasl of f the Young YoungTurk f fTurk JtTurk
Turk committee cmmitt at Salonica SalonicaBERLIN SalonicaBESUN
BERLIN April 17 17The The Lokatameiger Lokatameigerprints Lokakmnzejgerprints
prints a Pera despatch stating that the tlvSultans theSultans
Sultans efforts to appease the soldiery soldierycoming soldierycoming
coming from Salonica and Adrianople Adrianoplehave
have thus far proved fruitless What Whatis u4
is feared is a combination between the thecoming thecoming
coming troops and the garrison at Con Constantinople Constantinople ¬
stantinople stantinopleAnother stantinopleAnother
Another despatch to the Lokzlai Iokntaazeiger Lokzlaitelger
telger from Constantinople states that thatI7zet thatIyret
I7zet Fuad Pasha Assistant Minister Ministerof
of War under the Young Turk rdgima rdgimawas
was murdered last night nightVIENNA nlgimtVIENNA
VIENNA April 17 17The The JV Neue te Freit FreitPret PretiPreaiei
Pret Preaiei e correspondent at Constantinople Constantlnoplosays
says that 200000 troops in the Youno YounoTurkish YoutigTurkish
Turkish interest are advancing from all allsides allsides
sides upon Constantinople ConatantinoploThe
The Hfilt correspondent at Uskub Uskubtelegraphs Uskimbtelograph
telegraphs that the Albanians have risim risimand risaraand
and have defeated forces of Turkish Turkishtroops
troops at Oohrida and Ipek IpekLONDON IpokLOtSOON
LONDON April 17 Contradictory ro roporta rimports
ports have reached here about the arrest urrojCof
of Bayer Boy on the Turkish frontier frontierAn
An parlv despatch said that he had Iwx Iwxtrapped
trapped by order of the authorities At AtConstantinople atCoustantinople
Constantinople A private despatch ro

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