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Department at Washington quoting quotngDr quotngDrCbarilbe1lls Dr DrCbambema fl flCbanbema
Cbambema message m ge and asking aekingL thai thaiproper thatproperaaioDbetaken
L proper properaaioDbetaken action be taken through the regu regul regular reguIar
l lar r channels channelsDr
Dr Chambers is the resident mission missioni
1 i ary ry of the board in Adana and Dr James JaroetL
d L Barton foreign secretary of the board boardis
is II of o the opiblon that he would not have havesent havefront havesbnt
sent such a cable despatch unless the situ situr ttu ttuL
t r atlon was as most acute acutej acutTht acuteThe
j The despatches this morning which whiohJfported whichiIt whichreported
iIt reported the murder of Missionaries MissionariesMaurer MIS8lonarlesIaurer Missionariesi
i Maurer of Hadjin and Daniel Miner MinerRogers MinerRoger Mineri
i Rogers of Tarsus near Adana confirmed confirmedthe confirmed1iI
1iI the belief that at least fifteen of the Amer American AmerIcan Ameri ¬
i ican boards missionaries were in Adana Adanawhen Adanawhen Adanawhen
when the outburst began bo un last week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The annual conference of the Central CentralTurkey CentlalTurkey CentralI1
I1 Turkey Mission was to have been held heldin heldIn twldin
in that city and the reported murder oi oii or1llr ofMr
Mr i Rogers has lessened the hopes of the theofficers theofficem
9 officers of the organization that the out outaide Olltaide oltside
aide workers had not reached the city citybefore cityberore citybefore
before the outbreak began beganIt
< It is thought quite probable that miselonaries mis1i mis misionariea
1i ionariea of other denominations were werealso werealso werealso
also in Adana This hls is il indicated from fromthe rromthe fromthe
+ the reported death of Mr Ir Maurer of Had HadJin Hadjln Hadun
Jin who is not under control of the Amer American American Amerlean ¬
ican board boardDr boardDr
4 Dr Barton said tonight there were werethirty werethirty werethirty
thirty musicians connected with the Cen Cent
4 E t rral Turkey missions distributed at varl varlous yariOU8 van vanl
l ous stations in that section He thought thoughtthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that fully half of this number would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been in Adana to attend the conference conferenceIt
It is thought likely that the following followingwere
were included among the delegates to the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention Miss Alice C Brewer ol olWashington orlWasblngton ofI
lWasblngton I Washington D C a niece of Chief Jus Just
1 I t tlce Brewer of the United States Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeJ SupremeCourt
ill J Court Miss Isabelle M Blake of Vermont VermontCornelia VermontCornelia VermontCornelia
Cornelia P Chambers of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaDr PhiladelphiaHt
Ht I Dr Lucius Ole of Owaso Mich Mrs MrsIMargaret Mrsis
is 4 Margaret R It Trowbridgo of Brooklyn BrooklyniMiss BrooklynI
< r I hIiM Miss Ellen M Blakely of Winchendon WinchendonMaea
t lid8 Maea Miss Kate E Ainslee of Ohio Dr DrThomas DrThomas DrThomas
Thomas D Christie and wife of Hartford HartfordWilliam HartfordWilliam HnrtfordWilliam
William N Chambers of Canada Fred F Fk FGoodsell
k 1 j Goodsell and wife and Lulu K S Good Goodfvl Goodf
fvl i f S6 vcll ell of San Francisco Dr Frederick W WJMcCullum WNcCullum
> JMcCullum NcCullum and Mrs McCullum of Toronto TorontoII Torontomd
II I and nd Misa lIiBJClara Clara L Peck of Chicago Chicagoj
f j S Daniel Miner Rogers was about 28 years yearsoldand yearsldand
t oldand was nis a married His home was In Inijf Int inonneotioiitnnd
ijf t > Connecticut < 1onneotioutand and he began work in the field fieldabout fieldf
5 f l about a year ear ago being stationed at Tar Tarsus TarfSUII Tarmiss ¬
fSUII fSUIIi miss
i CHICAGO April 18 18At 1BAtErzeroum At Erzeroum which which4ns whichLf whichwas
Lf 4ns was s reported J yesterday as involved in a aIelgious aiellgious I
if religious riot two American missionaries missionariesof I Ii1
i1 of ortbeBoard the Board of Foreign Missions are lo loI 10hey Inf
I f Jated They hey are Misses Ruth M Bushnell Buahnellfind BushnellfTf Bushnelland
fTf find lI and dEu Eunice MAtkins uceMAtkin8Jn MAtkinsJttARXfonn M Atkins AtkinsJUntyonI
JttARXfonn Jn tIo Conn onn April IS l 15The The Rev RovJ RevD I IiDlI
J iDlI D M Rogers was the son of Mr Ir and Mrs Mrst Mrsb Irs Irsbo
t bo b > O Rogers of New Britain He was wast Wlotrt waordained
rt t ordained o J1ed in September 1TOO and chose choset
tl f t the th foreign missionary field He and nndhiawife andhiswifo
dhis hiawife ire were commissioned in August AugustUat AuguttiiJ
iiJ 1 List and nd left le t for Asiatic Iatic Turkey TurkeyMrs
1 Mrs Rogers R9ge is 18 a graduate of Bryn BrynMawr Brynl l3rynMwr
l Mawr Mawrand and the Hartford Theological TheologicalftelihryriSho heologlCalI
I Elil ftelihryriSho fawy he won born in Turkey Turkeybeing TurktYbeing Turkeybeing
being the thed daughter or Dr and Mrs < Thomas ThomasD
W D I Christiir They have an infant child childMr child11ifi childMr
11ifi Mr RogerM hns a brother iPrjf Pr f E C CRogers CRoIW I IRogvrs
Rogers in Harvard University niveJ > 1ity and a nbrother ahrothPr ahrothr
brother James hero They have re received reo r ¬ I Iiverl
o ceived ceivtno iverl no news of his death His father fatherand futh rLthnrand r randnlOthPr
and andnlOthPr nibther Mr and Mi Mis 11 D O Rogers Rogersare Ho er erf
f r are oretravellln travcllln g J in California Californiat CaliforniagM CaliforniaSQIflRVNt1TCl1f1ClI
SQIflRVNt1TCl1f1ClI SQIflRVNt1TCl1f1ClIIlrt gM t Q t IT CIllHCII CIllHCIIill CIlml CIlmlrftartora
rftartora Htart or a Week Il1 nf If Celebration < elrhr tou If or f Their Theirn ThrlrQuarter
f n Quarter Quarter Centennial CentennialSquadron rntmllal rntmllalSudron eiIinideISqueciron
Squadron Sudron A t made it us minimi visit vi it to tothe tntheChurch II IIthe
the theChurch Church of the th Heavenly Rest Rlst rester resterday yeller yellerdyaftfrnoon yestnrday
day dyaftfrnoon afternoon It was WI the thp beginning 1ginnin of ofthe ofth f fi
i the th celebration of their ther twentyfifth twentyffh anni anniversary annir anniTbeJour ¬
versary r f i iThOjJfour
r ThOjJfour Tilourroop troops rodfi gallantly Rllanty down downMadison downadllon dowiMadion
Madison adllon avenue from Ihe armory lt ltinetyrourth sit sitf t tt
f t Ninetyfourth trcet trCet at top tol speed LJld in a ai akJ attring
kJ ttrhgot i string of pay ay as af you ou enter cart cart die dismounted diemounted il iliJ ¬
iJ mounted 1qunt d nt al t Sixtythird street Ht n I and fell fellip rrl foilin
ip i behind bbld sixteen litcen files fl of exmembers ellem rs of ofthe ofthtsuadron nrth
the thtsuadron th squadron in black coats oale and high hilh hats hatsMajor hatsMajor hatsMajor
Major 0Jvfr Oliver B Bridgman gave 3O the theorder th thorder thiorder
order t to march mach fho th band hogan Ilan to toot tootand tooti toniand
i and d the commissioned rmmisionld officers olrrl spoke a afew aI afew
I Jewencouraginlwords few encouraging words to the th troopora trooporaBe IrooPQrl rosporsBo
W Be careful carful boys said id Second econl Lieut Lieuttoward Lful Lleuthoward
f11Joward toward M 1 Cowperthwait Cowprthwait of Troop Trool I 1about IAb9ut5our If
f about Ab9ut5our i your our step stp Dont loe lo e it itThey i itIhey
They Tey made madeabmvOlipht a bravenight with tim pom pompons pomB rmnDons ¬
Dons on on their shakos ahobhing ahohhill and their theireabres theirMbre8dn Iheirsiabrea
B pns anr
eabres Mbre8dn dangling lng against aglnlt their IhPr black knee kneeboots knfo knfot kiwnboots
boots t Thestep Th RIthpy they hiinR hln on to tightly tllhlly tight ly lyforthi
for forthi tho band didnt stop to I draw breath breathuntil hral h hntthO Iitnt
1 until tnt mile mileL mUt ntthO ii Ihe t squadron CIII luadron itt1 ron hud hld 1 itit i inarched IlrchCI half un I I Imile a amUt
i < L Jwas It J was that I ha I that I drew the t he crowd A Alrgeant
I t I lrgeant ergcant and an five fve llv men from frol the traffic trafficquad traffieud Irifllirode
quad ud r 10 rode dfl in front so hat I the I iii troopers troopersir troolorl troolorln I roipors roiporswouls
< ir would not n otbo be I ic inletfpred ill i ii I rrprld with wih V t I p and lud i police policeI polclh polclhi a tI
i I roea ne marched mrcld Hide li e by nlde Ifd id with them tht1 to toBeethntiJhfxtaxic toM9
1 BeethntiJhfxtaxic n M9 Jbtt tbflt fhit ftaXillo ta x iitl hH held their thrr I lintaiicp diMlanceThlm diii lintaiicpThantTWH a arhsriww
ThantTWH Thlm i sf gooddeal goo dEHl for them to do dofor dor li lii
i for orb Jtband habijtI a1don 3n Fifth Fiff avenue enue on a u Sunday SuiidavRftetnOOu
r t i kAretM afternoon < n BTattraoMvc BTattraoMvcMajoT l ftrattacrivet < itrcfln itrcflnt
t t MajoT llo aj1 Bridgn11t Bridgirtnn Captc Cipi Towii9iid Towii9iidCapt lown inwiiiitiI < ld
I t f Capt Cpt Jud IiicFoti on Capt Cit Wright Wrl ht and Capt CaptOunstedand Galt
1 Ounstedand Olrniited lsteand a iiii nil 11 ti I I thcLieutemuilH loJeulenlllt the I ini i I iun i i I a and a 11 in Sec SeccndXriutennnta SPIC SticnqlLleiiten
C cndXriutennnta rdWliunntg uita cot ot thomen tho men by the Uni Univelitjut UriieiitX
jMtvellt velitjut eiitX lub Ilh without Wlhilt u I single iinFle break and andthfen aidt ur
t t tbr thfen 1 irtto Ihe I church in KOO Iod < order with withflrv wih wihla Wi I Ii Iiaii11ylng
la aii11ylng aii11ylngrnover flrv ilylng tln over v r the tIicdnor tIicdnort door doorAin dooll
t 1 l Ain ADFOR FOR F VIZ NlSBnr Z FMIL FMILif ulnl
i tJfFFluor Fnnit Fnuiror for nclntlp4 nllRt or flerKjinnn rJlon Killed Killedr7 llIll kIIIiIp
i f p r7 t In ii n thPSulma thPSulmaA thl tlie Sutnst SutnstI thwt v vP
P t I A movement wim Wil started yesterday yesterdayby I
ti i L 1b by the Rev Dr DI Jacob lIc K I Prim pastor pastorof letor
1 j J of ote the Washington Wlhinolon Heights Mothodwt MothodwtKpiscopal lelhodiRtJpicopal
Kpiscopal Jpicopal Church Chulch In rii rilH money for forthe fiipI
I the family of Samuel Smnue William Wiiam ViIliani Hamilton HamiltonIfesbitt Hlmiltol
Xl i J Ifesbitt ebit a alcthodilt Methodist minister mlnilter of Cloiimol CloiimolTipperary Clonll Clonlli Ciiiiriielt
t i ripperr Tipperary county CiiJfll unty Ireland Ieland Mr Ir Nmbitt Nmbittwaa Nlbitt NieIlitIvan j ji
t if ift Ivan wa killed kied last Wednesday by Iy fulling rulng in infront infront
at 107th > l lj I IHe
f front of a subway train lrin lt streol streolHe 8trl
j He e had hd come to thin thi country counlr with wih his hisdaughter hil hisslaughter
daughter for the purpose puvposeofrnising of raising rilin money moneyfor monlY monlYfor mnnyI
I for a devotional devotonal and recreation hall hal for forthe torte forI
I the Irish Irih regiment of which he hp was chap chaplain chapJain chaplain ¬
lain The project had been supported supportedby supporle
< by clergymen of all ll denominations denomflation8 Mr MrNesbitt Mri Ir Irlebit
i Nesbitt lebit bcergmen intended lr > visit his son ut II Elgin ElginNeb I htinNeb I It
t Neb Neblice
NebThoMO lice Tho < who will wi serve on ll the committee committeeto commitee commiteeto
4 to raise rise funds are ar Bishop Bshop Daniel A Good GoodBell 000 GoodF
F Bell lel the Rev Re Dr M I H Gates GatP of the theChurch theChlrch th thChurch
Church Chlrch the of the Intercession Inlercfliol Dr D Robert Robertt
t 8 MucArthur lJlcArhur of the Calvary Baptist BaptistChurch Bptst BptstChurch
Church Dr S Puikca Pnl < l CUdman of f the theCentral theCntrl thei
i Central Cntrl Congregational Con regltonnl Church Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn Dr Wallace MacMulItMi lacllln of the Madi Madiori Maclisari Iadieori
I sari ori Avenue A venuo Methodist lfthodist Kpbicopal 1p eopal Church ChurchJohn ChurchJobn ChurchJobn I
Jobn S Iluyl HuylI Htiylor George Geor V 1 Parker Col ColJohn Colr ColJohn
r JohnJllcCook John J J McCook and M 1llnn Wnn Bruce rce Sub Subscriptions SubI ¬
I i r scriptions Bciptons may be h sent to t Mr 11 Huyler at athI atI
hI I 04 Irving placf There were offerings offeringsin oleringB oleringBI
t in several churches chtrchp yesterday yesterdayTho Ylterday
I i J Tho 110 funeral of Dr Nosbitt Nfbitt will wi be held heldtliis heldtHI8 heldthis
this afternoon nUnlon at the Calvary Methodist MethodistChurch MlthodlPt MlthodlPtChurch MethodistChurch
< Church 12Dth street and Seventh Hev4nth avenue avenueKT avenuoi
i i r j 5
Luff xtxi KT 1 to nnrnoLni nnrnoLniV
i e4 J 1lIRE
tDhU V 1 Ulitzc In Unmienl U Iment I 1IIIrr mlrr American n rllan Art Artnllcrlc tn tnlinllrrics rt rta
a linllrrics < > nllcrlc 111111 i Stir itr t p I Diner DinerA
ad vj A fire fre in lh 11 < IMMJIIIKIII II mnlt of the three thre story storybrick storybrick tolyhrkk
brick hrkk building lullin atmlllodwAY sLI it HIS U IS Bioridway adjoining adjoiningth tIjoIii lolin lolinfh I n g g1k
th fh Bartholdi lintel early arl last night nlht nighttUSCrt I Il
2 l caused < tUSCrt usld some esoil iMri eIrsulit rIt nt among the dinnrn dinnrnin rlllrR rlllrRJtl dlrirsi1
i1 r in Inth the hotel The il 11 first Irt floor 10ur of the th bnlld bnlldIng h huiltlin lhl lhlil
Jtl il I Ing in g is i 11 oreiirtiH1 fC JCt lpl1 spitl hy I I y Joseph fleinrichi fleinrichiFrench Hemrlh Hemrlhf I ii nihi
1 f French toffe tre poU pl the tht second 111 by borg OeorgeF Oeor borgi 1
F Jo i SlossonV billiard hlarll room 10r nnd Iml thn th third thirdi I hi nl nltj
tj i i i by the American Amerlcal rt Oallrt Jnlleriet and a 11 all allthree 11 silltjireetCI1iIri
i three tjireetCI1iIri tenants had HI lln uff iti in il II I Ie > < basement basementThe haseniilot IRIInl IRIInlTh
ot tn The Th fire fre fin which w hikhi was < < MIIO il1sel 18M H by detective detectivei dteelvl clst itt iv ivlrclat
J i Inaulation tlulton lrclat ioi wa WL w as kept ft rul frsii out going Ollj up lp ii p to t n the theI Ih I Ii
1 i I other Btoriert Itol stone but hUllonr more or I let nmokn lokl filled filledthe tltd lIllt1the
< 1 the otr 1be store ltre and tho th billuml Inllurrl room Thrp Thrpftwaa Thrl
ftwaa tal 1 was no indication Indiction that tlit any ny damnge 11111 had hadif hILl hILtt
t if been done in the floor u used ifl by the th art artf arlpUerle lirlc1
c1 I f galleries bn The low 10I is 1 about a1111 ii IIMIII IIMIIIi llwirt
i rt rtt i
L I t 1 t i f
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Morton Trust TrusLEVI Company CompanyLEVI C p y yLEV
LEVI LEV P MORTON President President3S Prea ent
3S 3 N Nassau u St Nijvv N w York YorkCapital YorkCapia YorkCapital
Capital Capia Surplus Surlu Undivided Undvided Profits Profis 9500000 9500000Receives 950000 950000Receives 9500000Receives
Receives Securities for Safekeeping arid aridCollects a andCollects d dColects
Collects Colects Income Icome
AMZI L BARBER DEAD AT 66 6fContinued 66Conlnltd 66Conlin
Continued Conlnltd Conlin ccci from fror first rl Page Pageunfortunate Pagfunrorunate Pageunfortunate
unfortunate unrorunate from the start stl Mr Barber Barbelgot Barbergot Barbergot
got out in 1W1 lOt and In December of the thesame thesame thesame
same year yer the National Natonal went welt into the thehand thehandl thehands
hand handl of a receiver reciver Its Is assets were weresold wereaold weresold
sold aold tara foralittle little lte more than tOJJOOOwhich tOJJOOOwhichwas tOJOJOwhich tOJOJOwhichwas
was said sid to be not far from their real realvalue rea realvalue I Ivalue
value Mr Barters withdrawal from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the trust trst was not an amicable amicable retirement retirementby retrement retrementby
by any means mens and and the dimensions d ensions which whichbegan whichbegn whichbegan
began begn then lasted lted practically practicaly to the day dayof dayor dayof
of his death deathThe deth dethhe deathThe
The he National atonal was reorginize1 leolglnlre in 190J J90a 1903as 190Jas
as a the General Asphalt Company Com pan and andthe andtl andthe
the tl next year Mr Barber started strted the thoA thtA theA
A L Barber Brber Asphalt t8phal Company Compny us its itschief it itchier Itschief
chief competitor cmpetitor But his sources sourci oJ oJsupply orsupply ofsupply
supply were limited lmie The fh revivified revivife trust trustowned trustowne trustowned
owned owne the Trinidad lla86s leases and had got gotpossession goteeslon gotpossession
possession eeslon also alo of a new and extremely extremelyvaluable extremelyvaluable extremelyvaluable
valuable lake of asphalium in the old oldState oldStt oldState
State Stt of Bermudex Berude in Venezuela V The TheNew Theew TheNew
New ew York and Bermude Company Compny a ubranch abmnch abranch
branch of the trust tru t had secured scmred the con concession conceMion concession ¬
cession from the Venezuelan Vpnezuela Government Governmentat
at a very small smal outlay outly
Here r began the aeries of spectacular spectacularquarrels tpectacularquarrels ipectacularquarrels
quarrels between ootwen Barbers company and andthe andthe andthe
the trust trlt which involved the Vnited VnitedStates VnitedStates nied nied8tes
States Government with Venezuela and nndled andled andled
led to t scandals that reflected retected upon indi individuals individuals mdividuals ¬
viduals It was charged chrRed by the trust trustthat trusttht trustthat
that tht Mr Barber set let about deliberately deliberatelyto deloorately delooratelyto
to deprive the New ew York and Bermudez BermudezCompany BermudezComfny BermudeaCompany
Company of its is Venezuelan Venlruelan property propertyand propery properyand propertand
and induced President Castro to punish punishthe punishthe punisthe
the company for giving aid to the Mates Matesrevolution 1latos 1latosreolutlon Matosrevolution
revolution It I was said sid that tht Mr Ir Barber Barbergot Baroorgot Barbergot
got Castro who controlled controled the High Court Courtof Cour
of Venezuela to throw the New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and Bermudez Btrudez Companys Copanys property into intothe intothe intothe
the hands of a receiver receler Ambrose H HCarrier I HCarner 1 1or
Carrier Crner a friend and business associate associateof assoiate
of Barber arbel and that the scheme was for forCarner f OrCarner r I
Carner to name the Barber Barbr company companyUH
as the marketer of the natural asphaltum asphaltumowned asphalum asphaltumowned compny compnyas
owned by the New York and Bermudez BermudezCompany BermudezCompny BermudezCompany I
Company Compny Mr Ir Barber strongly denied deniedthe deniedthe deniedthe
the existence exstence lof any such conspiracy conRpirac
hut Canner wds wl ws appointed receiver receilr and andpromptly andprompty andpromptly
prompty promptly turned the pitch pich lake lakl over to toBarbers toBaroors toBarbers
Barbers concern Until Unti a 1 very er short shorttime shor shorttime
time ago the A L Barber Asphalt Com Company Cornpuny ¬ I
puny tme pnyhad had charge chargeohhopithlakeand of the pitch lake and mar marketed marketed marketod ¬
keted the product in this country and andabroad andabru andabroad
abroad abroadThe abru abroadThe d I I
The New York and ant Bermudas Company Companyresisting CompanvrelistlnF Companyresisting
resisting relistlnF what wht it called caled Castros high highhanded highhanded
handed hnde conduct conduc appealed for gunboats gunboatsOn junboat hilh hilhhnde
On one or two occasions warships were weredespatched weredespatched weredespatched
despatched to Venezuela Venf7ela warshtp but Castro Castrostood I Itood Istood
stood pat on the declaration decartion that the thelaws thelaws thelaws
laws of his country countr permitted him hi 1 to 1 take takenatisfaction takeMtfaction takesatisfaction
satisfaction Mtfaction on traitorous residents reidlnt8 that thatthe thatthe hatthe
the New York and Bermudez frmudez Company Companyhad
had given iven money to Mates and supplied suppliedhim uppltd uppltdhim
him with ih a gunboat gnbt the Ran Reich Ctis CtisIru CI8 CI8I CSLSIro
Iru I ru even fv n added a 1 35000000 SOO fine fn to the thepunishment thepUlishnllnt thepunishment
punishment punishmentMore
More Iort than one UI commissioner conunisflonlr wan wal pent pentfrom sentfrom ent
from frol Washington to 10 investigate invtti at Stories Storiesof StoriP
of bnl bribery > ery of oftioiali ofdal and int inhtfl inhtfllotVI interested interestedmotives > reHt > d dmotives
motives on the part > irt of diplomat diploltl were wpropet Wfr wereset
pet lotVI lt current currnt It I wns WI charged lharg hat Presi President Pri Pridpnt Prtwident ¬
dent Castro Catro was a firmly frmly set et on permitting permittingnone permitinnone
none but the th Barber people Ptopt to dig di asphalt asphaltin aJhal aJhalin
in his hil country cmmtr Eventual EntunU Herbert Herher H D DBowen DHowtn I IBoweii
Bowen Minister 1nI8ter of tho United Onill State Hlltt to toVen toen toVenezuela
Ven Venezuela en uela wa Wlj wait indu induced < td to prefer charge chargeagainst char chargesagainst t
against Assistant Asittant Se S Seretar < TMtary tan of Stato Statoloomib SUltoIoomi SttoEomis
loomib formerly Minister llnilier to ti Venezuela VenezuelaMr tmeZlela tmeZlelaMr
Mr Bowen Bwn put on paper stories torie which whichflouted whichfloated
flouted 10110 aroung Caracas Cara one onl of which wan wanthat Wa wssthat
that Ihal Mr Loomw had accepted Itple 10000 IO for forbeing rorhtllg forbeitig
being htllg friendly fritmly to the New York and Ber Bernmdez Bernmdez a aniudez
nmdez company cmpan On the thl recommendation recommendationof recommendaton recommendatonor
of William H Taft TI f President Prident Koosnvelt Koosnveltdismissed I
dismissed Wiiam Bowen Bwel from tho diplomatic diplomaticservice diplomatc diplomaticservice
service and it was WHI not lot long lon after that thatthat thatthat thatthst I
that Mr 1lr Loomis J mi retired 10 o private life lifeJohn lfe lferohl lifelohii
John rohl 51 J Mack 1lci the head of the General GeneralAsphalt Generalfphal GeneralAsphalt
Asphalt fphal Company omrg oharJp1 charged l Mr 1lr Barber Barborwith Brbr Brbrwith I Iwith
with attempting to 10 nell el BH 1 his hiI own prop property property ¬
erty the tht ltttmptnl asphalt a < phal de deposits > osit of tho trust trst and andlater andIialer andlater
Iialer later with belling lllng at ruinous rulnls price 83000 83000toim 8100 83XKItoilS
1101 toilS of atphaltum nphallul belonging to thetrust thetrustThere the trust trustrhtre truStftuero
There was a epecillo p i charge chmJe of niisaap niisaappropriating mi8apprpriatill nhlesappropniatliug
propriating more than thln SiWUXH Mr MrBarber lr lrBarblr
prpriatill Barber Barblr sued fued Mack 1ack for 100000 10001 and ad the theold theold
I Iold
old scandals HClndnls were wer raked rkfd over during the theirixl tlwtrial thetrial
trial irixlI triallft
trialLast I lft Last iot fall fal the t h Brirb Brb Bsurhor r people still Htl being beingin in inil
in il possession IJOe iol of th thO the pitch lake Gom Gomsucceeded Gnm7 nrnez nrnezsuicceedeil
succeeded 1 dt11 Castro CRtro In II directing dirctill Venezuelas VenezuelasnfTairH Vtnezlla VtnezllaIlail Venezuelasaffairs
affairs Ilail and uni began he an to seek f k for an amicable amicablEUlt amicableettlernent I Isettlement
settlement EUlt mnt of the th row He I also ah asked ake the theUnited theUniled
United Unilo States HUlt for more punnoats unoolt Will William Wi V ill illiurn ¬ I
iam > Buchanan was sent elt to Venezuela Venezuelaan Venezulla
an al special Iplcal eommltjioner cOlri ioner to unravel unlwel the theknot theknol theknot I
knot arid Ud on 01 his hi report to Washington Wuhlnpton Vi the theclaims thedaim theclaims
claims were sent to toTlie The Hague na ue for arbit arbitrament arbi arbitrament ¬
rament rmlt The Th decision dflsion was that the New NewYork NewYorklu NewYork
York Yorklu and Bennudez HennudezComplny Company pay a small smallline 1111 smalllIne
line to the Venezuelan Vne7lelal Government Oovrllent antI anilthat anl anl1hat antIIhat
that fl its property prplrty be b restored Venezuela Venezuelagot Vtnezllia Vtnezllialot Ia Iagot
got lot 00000 6 54 001 and the th trust got nt back it It pitch pitchlake pitchRkl pitchlake
lake Rkl While Vhi Mr lr Barber was dying in inArdHley inAnlfly inArdsley
ArdHley Towers Tower the last shipload thlplovl of as asl Ifo Ifophaltll itsPhuilttifli
phaltll Phuilttifli l > hiltum that his company cmpnny took from fromIhe frm frmIhe fromthe
Ihe lake was on it it way W11 to New Xe York YorkSome YorkHOII YorkSonue
Some HOII of Mr Barl Barbers > ern lieutenants leutenant in il iii the thnasphalt thenlphalt theasphalt
asphalt business hUKines said last Int night that the theFun thefun
fln Fun in Venezuela was not over yet by a along along I
11 long shot They believed bdievf1 that if Castro Castrokept Castrokept Castrokept
kept his hi health hpalth n hewould would yet be the thelOs bows bowsof bossof I Iof
of that republic republicAs republc republcAl
As Al it i stands now the Barber company companymust companyrult companysntist
must rult seek Mk its supply elsewhere elsewher than in inVenezuela inVlnlmla inVenezuela
Venezuela Vlnlmla It wa said lost night that thatth thatthe
th the California Califoria holdings would l he > e sufficient sufficientfor Imfficillt Imfficilltfor ufflciefltforthie
for forthie the thf business husinpss holding together with other do doWe doWe doWe
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Amzi L Barber Barbr wwi W8 one of the pioneer pioneerin pioner
i in in the business busin of manufacturing maufactring auto automobiles automobies automobiles ¬
mobiles mobies In 1808 188 he took up the th Stanleysteamer Stanleysteamer Stanley taleysteamer
steamer and formed tor d a company tmpnny for its itsmanufacture It itsmanufacture
manufacture The steamers ttemtr had a a great greatvogue gtat gtatvogue gieatvogue
vogue for a while and then the gasolene gasolenecans gl01 ne necar
cans car came along Mr Barber then the or organized organizt oranizod ¬
ganized > the th Locomobile Lcomobie Company of ofI
I America the great Rra majority majoriy of whc whcstock whOe whOettok whose whosestock
stock ttok he owned owne at the time tmt of his hi death deathI deathantI
I and made his soninlaw eon inlaw Samuel Raler T TDavis TDavis TDavis
I Davis its president
He H was wa active ative more or less 1 in real estate estateparticularly ette etteparticularly estateparticulanly
particularly at ArdsleyontheHudson ArdsleyontheHudsonFifteen ArleyontheHud801
Fiften Fifteen years yers ago he bought from Cyrus CyrusW CyrsW
W Field Towers aud 360 60
Ardsley Ar81ey 36 acres acresof acr acresof
of land As Ardaley Afiloy grew Mr fr Barber Barbersold Barbersol Barbersold
sold sol about abut sixty acres aCr But lut he still st1 owned ownednearly ownedi
i I nearly three tl hundred hundredFor hundredFor I II
I For a good many years lie was wa keenly keenlyinterested keenlyI I II
I interested interste in yachting lany One of his bent bentknown bestknown t tknown
known yachts yacht was wa the Sapphire Sapphir which whichhe
he sold to the United Unite States Stato at the out outbreak outbreak outbreak ¬
I break of the SpaninhAmerican war war The Theyacht Theacht Theyacht
yacht acht was renamed rname the Yankton and be became became became ¬
came famous flmous as at the scout of the battle battlefleetin btle btlefetn battlefieetin
fleetin fetn its is cruise crie around the world Mr MrBarber MrBarber 1 r rBarbr
Barber Barbr owned owno the first frst turbine yacht yachtin
in American waters He had Parsons of ofEngland ofEnllnd ofEniand
England build him a turbine flyer fyer in 1002 1002which 112 112which 1902which
which Enllnd Mr Barber Uarr named for one of his hisdaughters hisdaughters hisdaughters
daughters Lorfcna In 11 1000 he hl sold ol the theyacht th thI theyacht
yacht to George Gerge Gould It I U i now called calledthe calE
I the Atulanta AtulantaHe Atalanta AtalantaI I
I He founded tounde the Ardsley Ar dsley Club some someyears Romeyers someyears
years yers ana alo and was its president idont for a atime atime
time The club met yesterday ycsttray afternoon afternoonat afernon afernonat I Iat
I at Ardsley under the presidency of Frank Franklin Frnk Frnkln ¬
lin ln Q Brown and anr adopted ado ted resolutions resolutionsi resolutiont I
i appropriate appropriat to the occasion occasionI occasionMrs
I Mrs Irs Violet Aubrey Butler uter Tewksbury Tewksbur
the first frt wife of Lewis a I Tewksbury who whohad whohad whoI
I had a skyrocket IIkyroket career carr in this town as a abroker I abroker
broker and plunger sued sued 3lr Jr Barber in ini II LiiJanuary
i January 1905 105 19o to recover the amount of oftwo oCtwo oftwo
I two drafts lraft one for JE800 J6 500 the other for fori
I i JlO 1000 alleged to have hlve been bl given her herhere herher
here her by Mr Ir Barber The he drafts dmre were werenot werenot werenot I
> not honored honor when they the were wer presented presentedfor presnt
for payment In November Novtmbr 1008 10 Mrs MrsTewksbury MrsTewksbury Ir IrI
Tewksbury Tewksbur got judgment fudUlelt for fOSO291 J82 9291 < U She Sheexplained Shexplaine Sheexplained
I explained explaine merely mere y that thlt Mr lr Barlx Inrher > r had hadgiven hd hdgivln hatgiven
given givln her the drafts drat for a valuable valualle con consideration ¬
IBideration I sideration It I was WI said Rid that the valuable valuableconsideration vluableconslderton valuableconsideration
consideration conslderton related to business lutineKI affairs affairsREOfCES atairs atairs11WUES I IIfEXOIXES
I The T Rev n G IL W f II I Troop rrIoP or orU fr eoretown I
U t Joins the Inltarlan nlarlan Church ChurchWASHINGTON Churlh ChurlhWASHINOTON EhiurohiWAsntNoTo
WASHINGTON April 18 ISTe 18The The chief chieftopic
topic of conversation oonelation among Episcopa Episcopalians Episcop Epiacopahans ¬
hans in Washington today was the with withdrawal withdrwal withdrawal ¬
drawal drwal from their church churh of one of their theiryoungest theiryoungMt theiryoungest
youngest and most mot promising clergymen clergymenthe cltrgymenIho
the Rev Rv O W H HTr Troop p curate curte of St StJohns StJohns StJohns
Johns Episcopal Episcopl Church in Georgetown Georgetownand Glrgetownand I
and acting actng rector rtor of Trinity Trniy Chapel Ghal 1 of ofthe orthe ofthe i
the Arlington Arlngton National Cemetery Clm tfry to he become hecome hecome ¬
come a minister minster of the Unitarian Pnlurian Church ChurchInterest ChurchInteret ChurchInterest
Interest Interet was WI added adde to the gossip on 0 ac account account account ¬
count of a a statement Itatement that the th young youngclergyman youngclergyman oungcler
clergyman cler nmRn would not ot bo b permitted p rmite to toresign torelg toresign
resign relg but would be dropped dropp as a clergy clergyman cerlty cerltymln ¬
man mln of the Protestant Protetant Episcopal Church Churchvirtually Churh Churhvirtual Churchvirtually
virtually virtual unfrocked unfroked because beauRe he had ad ap applied appled applied ¬
plied pled and had been accepted RCClpte by the com committee commite corninittee ¬
mittee mite uf the National atonul Conference of ofUnitarians ofUnitarians ofUnitarians
Unitarians and other Christian Chritian churches churchesbefore churchesheforo churchesbefore
before his hiRrMiJnatiol resignation had been ben acted actedupon acte acteduiIflfl
upon by th the Right Rght Rev Re Alfred Irr Harding HardingBishop HardIngBishop HardingBishop
Bishop of Washington WashingtonTho Wahingon WahingonThe
The Rev Frederick Joeerick B Howden rector rectorof retor retoror
of St Johns was wa surprised surpris last lat Monday Mondaymorning Mondy MondymorninJ Mondaymorning
morning when Mr 1fr Trop walked walke into intohis intohis intohis
his study IUdy and said sd that he could no longer longerconscientiously longerconcientlously longerconscientiously
conscientiously retain reln his church churh and nd that thathe thathf thatlie
he hf had been bn converted convere to t the teachings teachingsof tchings tchingsof
of the Unitarian faith rath Mr llr Howden Howdencommunicated Howdencommunicate Howdencommunicated
communicated communicate with wih Bishop Harding and andit and andIt andit
it was 1 decided dride to accept acept the young clergy clergymans cergy cergymans clergymans ¬
mans resignation reigntion if he could cold not bo pro provailed pre provailed
vailed reconsider his determina determination
vaied upon to reolider determa determation ¬
tion to change his faith faithI
I see no reason n0 why wh I should not state statemy statemy stateniy
my position frankly said Klt Mr Troop
I have been bn accepted uccept d by b the fellowship fellowshipcommittee felowslup felowslupolllth fellowshipcommIttee
committee < olllth of the National Natonal Conference Conferenceof Conferenc
of the Ih Unitarian Uliuuinn and Ild other ChnBtan Christian Christianchurches hiristlanchurches I Ichurho
churches churho in II the usual 18ual manner of probation probationfor prohatou prohatoufur probationforsix
for forsix six months If I Ifat at the theendofthattijno theendofthattijnotile end of that time timethey timethe
they the still sti consider conidr me a suitable candi candidate cndi cndidal candidate ¬
date dal I may mlY receive rceive a charge charg in the the Church ChurchI
I shall thll nee the Hiwhipp in a short shiorttinuo time and andpresent andprelent andpresent
Church present my resignation rignaton from the Episcopal EpiHcopalChurch EpilcopalChurh EpiscopalChurch
ChurchMr Churh
Mr Ir Troop is about 3fl I years ear old and andwaR andwaRhorn was wasborn wasborn
born in Halifax lalax Nova 1OVI Scotia Scota His father fatheris fathrril
is il is the Rev C Osborne Oshore Troop rector rct r of St StMartins StMartins StMartins
Martins Church in Montreal and one of ofthe oftho ofthe
the leading leadinl exponents of the orthodox orthodoxwing ortodox ortodoxwing orthodoxwing
wing of the Episcopal expnent Church in Canada CanadaAlTO Canaa CanaaUTO CanadatvTo
Mother lthCr and mu Daughter nurhttr Injured InJurtd Wlillr Ihle lle Rid RldIIIR Id IdIn RidIiitt
IIIR In In Their New Ne Machine MachineTwo MachineIwo Ialhlnl
Two women occupants onoupat of an auto automobile automobile uto
10bio mobile were slightly injured injure in East Et New NewYork1 NewYork NewYork
York York yesterday afternoon afteroon when the auto autoin autoin autoin
in which they were riding rding hit a street car carat carat carat
at Fulton Fultn and nd Cleveland streets streetsMiss strt streetsMiss
Miss Lillian Ulan Fogg 10pg 30 3 years yel old of 28 28Halsey 2SHalsoy 28Halsey
Halsey street strt was running rnni c the machine machineand
and her mother Marion 07 years Ylrs old of ofthe orthe ofthe
the same sme address adre was in the front seat seatwith seatwith seatwith
with her The auto wan Wa going along alongCleveland alongCleveland alongCleveland
Cleveland street 8tOt and Miss 1is8 Fogg Jogg says sys that thatshe tht thtahe thatshe
she blew her horn hor several lever1 times IIH 01 she sheneared shenmued sheneared
neared the car r tracks trcks The auto hit the theside theside theside
side of the car carMm carlr carMrs
Mm lr Fogg was Wi thrown to the pave pavement pavf pavemont ¬
mont ment and her daughter who tried trie to hold holdto holdto
to the wheel whpel was WI thrown over it onto ontothn ontotho ontothe
the front frnt of the auto autoJohn autuJohn autoJohn
John Moran Morln the motorman of the car carstonptxl Cr Crnpp carskipped
skipped the th car quickly after the crash crashnnd crashun crashiind
un nnd npp jumping jumpiul off oi ran 111 to assist liet the t women womenMrs womenIn womenMrs
Mrs In Ida Fox who was standing stndlng on tho thocorner thocorn hocorner
corn corner and ald saw BW the th4 accident acident also Ilso ran out outto outto outto
to help Ambulance Surgeons Norsted Norstedind Norste Norstedand
and Ryan of the Bradford street stret hospital hospitalround h0pitl h0pitlround hospitalfound
round both of the victims of the accident accidentDiffering accidentulerng accidentsuffering
Differing ulerng from contusions cntuslonB of the face facehands tachands facehands
hands and body bo They were taken to t their theirhome theirhome theirhome
home in a carriage carriageTho
Tho auto was W considerably damaged damagedIt dama ed edI
I It was a new one bought by Miss 1le9 Fogg Fogginly Foggonly Foggonly
only last week weekVO weekN weekNO
Dauabter Daughter Hal las Had No Word Wor Since Met McsBmxo Metsage es essle
sage sle Telling Te1ns of Ills Arrest Areat In Turkey TurkeyPHILADELPHIA Trk TrkPILADtLPHA TurkeyPIIILADELPUIA
PHILADELPHIA PILADtLPHA April Apri 18 JRDetis 1Detalis Details of th thirrest tharnst tharrest
arrest of George Nox McCain McCin In Constan Constantinople Constantnople Constantinoplo
tinople tnople as a spy have not reached reched his hisdaughter hi hisdaughter
daughter Mrs Frederick Fred1rick B Jockel Jakel of oftoil
toil 401 Pine street Rtrelt The only information informationhis
his family famiy has is the bare announcement announcementthat
that he wan aR taken into custody by Turkish Turkishmilitary Trkish Trkishriinry Turkishmilitary
military riinry officials fclals apd a d that he is now In Incarcerated Incarcemlcll incarcerated ¬
carcerated in a forfir forfirUpon fO to toUpon
Upon receipt rtceipt ofthls orlhls of his news iewslIr Jlr Jacket Jacketcabled Jackelcuhlml Jackalcabled
cabled to Mr lr McCain for fo full rul particulars particularsand rtlculars rtlcularsand
and also wired to the Stato Department Departmentin Deparment DeparmentI
in I Washington WashingtonMrs ashingtoniMrs
Mrs McCain is in Constantinople ConstantinopleMr Constntnople Constntnopler I
Mr r Jackel said tonight tonllht that tht Mr MrMcCain MrMcCain I
McCain Icaln is well Wll known to J O LeUhman LeUhmantho Leilhman Leilhmantho I
tho American Amba AmbI Ambassador vador llor In Turkey Turkeyand Turkeyand Turkeyand
and it IH I likely lkely that ththy tluithy by this th time the dip ¬
lomat ban ha procured Mr McCains hellnl release releaseAccording releae releaeAccordinp releaseAcoorIing
According Accordinp to cabin despatches Mr MrMcCain MrMcCain MrMcahn
McCain was W taking picture of Turkish Turkishfortifications Turkllh Turkllhfortfcatonl Turkishfortifications
fortifications fortfcatonl for foruse line USf in his hillctures hislecturna lectures when whenho
ho WAR arrested arrlstfd He and his wife wie have havebeen havehCln havebCOfl
been hCln abroad since February 20 and were weredue werdue weredue I
due home early next month monthc
= c I l
Meeting It tnr CaUt Called by Cummlni Cmmlna to Determine Oetermlmon Deterine Deterineon
on a Course COUI of Action cton tint N NABrremrnt No NoAKrremtnt NoAgreement
Agreement AKrremtnt I Ii Itoaourd l fleaetiNiGradnated fleaetiNiGradnatedInhienitauice acbtdGraaatt Cradnatw CradnatwInheritance
Inheritance Inll rlalce Tax Also Iso Favored FavoredWASHINGTON I Favoredl8fhN0T aort aortWAII
WASHINGTON WAII OTOS April Apri 18 18As As a preliml prelimlnary prlmi prlminary prehiminary
nary step 8tp to an unelort effort to amend Imend the pend pendIng pendIng Peachlag
Ing tariff taril bill bi some sme of the radical Tdlcal Hepulr Hepulrlican Repub Republiesin
lican lcn Senators Snator had a meeting meetng today tctalk to totalk totalk
talk over the situation 8itUlti0l and determine determineupon deterine deterineUpOI dctetinliieupon
upon UpOI a course CUI of action actol The meeting meetingwas motng motngwus
wus held at the residence rsidence of Senator Cum Cummins Cummin Cuninuns ¬
mins min nuns of Iowa who first frst came into il to national nationalprominence natonal natonalprominenc nationalpromInence
prominence prominenc as the author of The Iowa IowaIdea IowaIdea IowaIdea
Idea of downward dowward tariff tarif revision revisiol Among Amongthose Amongtlole Amongthoae
those tlole present were Senators Slatom Borah ol olIdaho orIdho ofIdaho
Idaho Idho Brown Brow and Ind Burkett of Nebraska NebraskaBristow Nebrlka NebrlkaBristow Nebraskallrletow
Bristow of Kansas KanRB and Dixon of Montana MontanaThey MontanaThey MontanaThey
They came at the invitation invittion of Mr Cum Cummins Cummins CLIrnuiiiies ¬
mins Senator Snatu La Follette Follete who has hl beer beerregarded ben benrgarded beenregarded
regarded ax the leader of the radical radicalRepublican rdicl rdiclRepublcan radicalRepublican
Republican Republcan wing win in the th Senate Snate was not notpresent notprsnt hotpresenL
present presentThe presenLrhe
The he conference at Senator Snator Cumminas Cumminashouse Cummin1 Cumrninishouse
house houl had har to do do mainly with wih the matter matterof mater materof
of agreeing on an income tax amendment amendmentto
to Ii be b offered olered in the Senate when the tariff tariflbill taril tarifflill
bill bi is under consideration conlidemtlon Senator Cum Cummins Cummins Cunimine ¬
mins hud intended to propose such an anamendment anmendment ananmendinent
amendment tomorrow but us a result resultof rsult rsultor
of todays conference confernc he will wi change chang it itin itIn itin
in certain respects rlpet His Hit amendment as asdrawn Mdrawn asdrawn
drawn provides providei for fO a graduated grauated income incometax
tax ranging from 1 per Jr cent cet on incomes incomesbetween incomel iiiCOhiiCt4between
between btween 2000 20 and lnd SO 5000 0O0 and 5 per p r cent centon centon centcii
on incomes of more than SoOOOO SoOOOOThere 0000 0000Timers 0
There Ther was a a general gnerl agreement agroment today todayamong tody todyamong todayamong
among the radicals radical ut the meeting moling that thatun thutIn thatcii
un In income tux amendment should ahould be beproposed bepropKe hi hiproposed
proposed propKe hut there were differences of ofopinion ofopinion ofopinion
opinion us 11 to the percentages that should shouldbe
be favored ravore Between now und Wednes Wednesday Wedne ¬
day 1113 these thee differences dilerenc it is il expected expted will willbe wi willbe
be harmonized and Senator Cummins Cumminswill Cumminswi
will wi submit luhmit his amendment umendment in modified plodife piodlflesiforni modifiedform
form rOII It is probable that a tax of 3 per percent pr prcent percent
cent on incomes incmes between 2000 200 and Ind S 4000 4000and 1Oiiand O Oand
and a tax of 5 per pl cent cnt on incomes above aboveUOOO abovesI000
UOOO 100 will wi be favored favoredThe ravorld ravorldhe favoredfhie
The he Republican Senators Senltor who attended attendedthe utended utendedthe
the conference confernce realize rllize thutvthey thalth y will wi not notbe notbe notbe
be able to get enough support from their tliehown tlell tlellown theirown
own party to put through what whlt they have havein he hein
in mind Their plan is to effect tlent a com combination combination cornIigizUtoii ¬
bination with wih the Democratic Senators Senatorsand Senatorl Senatorland Senatorsmitici
and thus endeavor ende VOl to overcome ovenme the thestrength tht thtst tintstrength
strength st of the regular Republicans Republicanswho HeJmblCuls HeJmblCulswho
who will wi follow rol w the Finance Committee Committeein Commitee Commiteeil
in il its itl opposition oppoiiion to an 11 income tux tlX The TheSenators TJt llytieiiatoN
Senators Hena tOr who conferred conrerre today were weretold wereI weretold
told that in the speech spch explaining the theprovisions theproiion theof
provisions proiion of the Finance Committees Committeesbill Commitees Commiteesi
bill i which he will wi make nlk in the thl Senate Senatetomorrow Snate Snatetomonow Senateto
tomorrow to morrow Senator Aldrich chairman chairmanof
of the committee commitl would endeavor eldOol to show showthat showthlt showthat
that thlt the bill hi as amended amende by the com committee COl COlmite coinriiittee ¬
mittee mite would product prouc enough revenue revenuewithout revenuewithout revenuewithout
without resorting to the expedient expient of an anincome anincme aniliconie
income incme tax tx or any other othlr form of direct directtaxation directtaxation
taxation txation Senator Cummins and others otherswho othe I Iwho
who attended atende the conference cnfcrence took excep exception excp excplion exoeptioli ¬
lion to this Ihi idea They Th y asserted u8trted that thatthe tht thtthe thatthi
the thi expense tXJJnSf of the Government would wouldkeep wouldklp wouldkeep
keep on increasing increlng and that it would be benecessary beneCIIr liiinereseary
necessary to have an income tax in order orderto
neCIIr tx orer orerto
to provide sufficient Rufcent revenue for the needs needsof ueet
of the nation nationThe nationTI iiatioiilhie
The TI radical rdiCl1 Republicans HepublClR in tho Senate Senateare Sente Senteare
are at in favor also of n 1 restoration rtortion to the thebill thehi theliii
bill hi of the provision contained cntined in the themeasure them thu thuruleasumn
measure m aul as n it was puwed by the House Houseproviding llouneprnviiliiig OUMe OUMeproviding
providing for a craduated Irduatd tat on inheri inheritances inberitancll inheritumncfs ¬
tances tancll It I is il prolwblo rohlile that they will willdecide wil willileeiile
decide Ilecdc to offer the House HUUiU provision provisionwhich pr provisionwhich viion viionwhich
which was as eliminated elminatd from the bill hii by bythe hythe Ivlii
the lii Senate Ienate Finance Committed tmnmitee us in anaRpndment auauuiendinent inamendment
amendment aRpndment 10 the measure meuul when it is isunder isunder isunder
under consideration cnKiderton in the Senate SenateIf SrnateI
If I nil al the radical mdicl Republicans RpuhlcnM who are arecriticising arecriticillnJ armcriticising
criticising criticillnJ the amended amende Senate Sente bill bi have havetheir havetheir havetheir
their way they will wi press preS for many changes changesin
in the schedules scledultl According Accordinp to what wan wansaid W Waid wassaid
said aid today they want an increase incrtJe instead insteadof
of u I decrease drcra m the duty on raw sugar sugarand Bugarand imusgaranti
and n 1 reduction ructon in the thf duty tuty on n refined refinedsugar refinedtm reliriodsugar
sugar tm r with the object of hurting the nn nncalled 1 socalled
called clId sugar su ar trust 1It Through this means meansthey mens mensthe rilCIltiCthey
they the assert lert the sugar SUlar trust trlKt will i be pre prevented preented pittvented ¬
vented from increasing inerlsin the cost of sugar sugaras sugarI
as I competition CII > ttion from rror abroad abrod would fol folov follois
10 lois ov the th reduction rtductlon of duty on 01 the refined refinedSome rfine refinetlgrades
grades gradesSome
gmdeSm Some Sm of them want the rates rts on steel steeln
In n the Finance inanCe Corml rotninitte s bill bi cut ma materially 111 111t4rial uiiuitonally ¬
tonally t4rial and nd would woull lines hlvo iron irn ore or or pig pigiron pigiron pigiron
iron coal and wood pulp placed on in the thefree th thfrl Thefree
free frl list lst In addition addiion they ar ar are anxious to tochange tochnnjo timchange
chnnjo change the tobacco tolacco schedule Ichedulo HO 0 as al to hit hittho hitthl bitthe
the thl American Allrlcan Tobacco Company and amid to tomake tnmake toiniike
make reductions rductlom in il the woollen ooln schedule scheduleand Ichdulo Ichduloand
and the th glass lSI schedule Icu > cule The radical rnical Re Republicans Uepuhlcans Itsputilicans ¬
publicans puhlcans of time t1 Senate SpnatJ realize ralho that their theirnumix thoirnlmllrl Ilinirnumbers
numbers nlmllrl > rs just now IOW nr are not RUtTiciontlylarge lulclenty lulclentylarl RUtTiciontly mutticiniitiylarge
large larl to accomplish accomplsh anything even with withthe wih wihthe with withthe
the support of the entire tntrl Democratic Democraticmembership Uemocmtiomembrship Icniocraticmembership
membership membrship Fifteen Firell lieptiblicans Hepuhlcanl will willhave wi willhave
have to join in the movement hut a count countof COUlt COUltof coUlitof
of noses nOfR has ha shown that the I radical rdical forces forcesare forcs forcsare
are still sti several trl short of that number numberDemocratic Ilnher IlnherDemocrato imuinherDemocratic
Democratic Democrato protection Senators Hnato from fromthe rromthe fromthe
the South Suth and then then is a good lood sized con contingent contnpent contingent ¬
tingent of them feel that the products productsof product
of tnpent their several verl States have fared farl so 1 well wellin wel wellin
in the Senate Snate measure that an alliance allianceon aliance alianceon
on their part with wih the radicals rdicaL for the thepurpose thepurpose ii iiP1rP
purpose P1rP of putting putin an income tax amend amendment amendment amendfluent ¬
ment into int the hill hi would not only be show showing Bhowing showIng ¬
ing a lack of apprecaition appreclion but might pro proVOKO proyoke provoke
yoke the regular rgla Republicans Republcanl to amend amendtho amendthe
the measure melurc so f that the South Suth would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not obtain all al tho protection now in sight sightIn Bight1n I
In view of this condition onditlon it is likely IkPly that thata
a good many of the Democratic Dmocrtic Senators Senatorswould Hnatrs Hnatrswould Senatorswould
would not join the proposed combination combinationwith combinton combintonwith
with the tho Republican Rpublcan radical radicalThe rlicls rliclsThe radicalsThtm
The debate on the tariff trif bill hil will wi be bebegun bebegUi inbegun
begun begUi in the Senate Sente tomorrow tomorrow Senator SenatorAldrich SenatorAldrich SenatorAldrich
Aldrich will I open it in a statement sttement de designed detigned dosigned ¬
signed to t show that the bill bi as amended amendedby amende
by the Finance Committee Commitee Will i produce producesufficient produceRufciet producetiumcienit
sufficient Rufciet revenue for the expenses eXpentM of the theGovernment theGovRrnment lii liiCovernflment
Government In order not to prolong the thodebate thedbnte timedebate
debate most of tho Republican Hepuhlcn Senators Senatorswill Senatorwi Senatorswill
wi will not make the usual ulual protracted protractedspeeches protracte protractedspeechesand
speechesand speeches and they theyare are of the opinion that thata
a phes majority of the tie Democratic Senators Senatorswill SenatorHwi
will confine cnfne their remarks rmarkK to t the th fewest fewestpossible rewet rewetJlble fewestpossible
possible words Every effort Itort will wi bo made madeto fluidsto
Jlble to put the hill hi through UH iK quickly as L pos posRible poeelbls
111 Rible IJt R and there ther is 18 iaa a hopeful hopful feeling feling among amongthe amongthe amongthe ps
the leaders leders that the measure meUuro will w1 be en enacted enacte enacted ¬
acted into law lw by Juno 1 A continuance continuanceof contnuance contnuanceor
of acte the the hot weather which Washington Washingtonexperienced Washingtonexprience Washingtonexperienced
experienced today will wi have a marked markedeffect markederect markedeffect
exprience erect effect in discouraging discourging any effort ofort to delay delaynotion delayacton delayaction
acton actonLlTHOGRJiPIIElS
LlTHOGRJiPIIElS LITHOGRAPHERS TARIFF Tnnl PLEA PLEARepresentatives PLEnepreMtatvt PLEiflepreutntatiVes
Representatives nepreMtatvt of the 1nlon on or to toWashington toWalhlnston toWashington
Washington to Ask a Rehearing RehearingMeetings Iehtarln IehtarlnMeetngs RehearingMeetings
Meetings Meetngs were held yesterday by repre representatives rpre rpresntatves reprosentativesi ¬
sentatives sntatves of the lithographic Ithographio trade and andtbo andtho andtho
tho printing printng trades to keep up the agita agitation agitaton agitaLion ¬
Lion ton for an amendment of the Payne bill billraising bi billraising
ral raising lng the tariff trif on lithographic lthographic matter matterand mtter mtterand mttstrand
and some sme kinds of printed matter mater espe especially esp espscially ¬
caly cially picture post pt cards William Wilam A ACoakley ACoakley ACoakley
Coakley chairman chirman of the th committee committeerepresenting committeerepr comniitteorepresenting
repr representing ntlnlt all al the unions in the litho lithographic Iho Ihogmphlc ltluographic ¬
graphic trade and the beneficial bneficial ansocia ansociations afoia afoiatonR imseociaLions
Lions of lithographers Jhoprphera had a talk In the theforenoon thefornoon tutuforenoon
fornoon tonR forenoon in the WaldorfAstoria with withloorge withforge wIthGeorge
George forge Meyercord Meyercorc chairman chlrman of the thecommittee thecommitee tincommittee
commitee committee of the National Natonal Association A8sociaton of ofEmploying ofEmJJloyine ofEmployifl
Employing Lithographers
EmJJloyine A meeting meetig of delegated delepa tl from all the theunions theunlon8 tutuunIons
unions was Wa held later at N I St Marks Marksplace Marksplac Marksplace
plac place and delegations from the unions unionsin
in the printing trades also held a ameeting ameetng ameeting
meeting late in the afternoon Iteroon It I was wasdecided wasdecided
meetng decided to send sud telegrams tlegmm8 to t the mem memh memhert momhers
hert hers h rH of the Senate Snato Finance Finnc Committee Commitee at atWashington ntWashingtn atWashington
Washingtn Washington to t reopen hearing hearl p on the thebill th lImebill
bill Coakley Cakley and ropn Albert Albr Abrahams Araham of ofthe ofthe ofthe
bi the pressmen went wtnt to t Washington WahIngtn last lastevening lt ltevenlnl lastevening
evening to reprennrt tho unions unionsCoakley unloni UnionsCoakisy
evenlnl Coakley said Mid before oror ho went away that thatthough thatthough ihatthough
though Conly the Finance Financ Committee Committe an a whole wholehad wholehad who whohad
had finished fnished its is hearing IInrlngl on the th bill bi Its Itsmembers itsmembers
membl members were wer prttparedlo ppalel1o listen lsten to pro proposed proI proposed ¬
posed amendments ame dment on special pcial points pint
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Joseph Abrams Abrm8 and Joseph Coleman Colemanwho Colemanwho Colemanwho
who were arrested arest d on 01 Saturday Sturday night nightand nightand nightand
and locked locke up in the Church street stret station stationvanished staton statonvanished stationvanished
vanished from their prison house yester yesterday yeHterday yesterday ¬
day morning and have not nol been ben retaken retakenThe retken retkenThe retakenTime
The two Joes Jos were arrested arted by Police Policeman Polc Polcman Policeman ¬
man Tom Garrigau of the traffic trfc squad squadas ud
as 1 they were coming out of 87 Warren Warrenstreet Warrenstrt Warrenstreet
street strt They were wer booked bked in the tie station stationhouse stton sttonhous stationhouse
house hous as suspicious supiciou persons prsons by Lieut LieutAndy LieutAndy LieutAndy
Andy Uevery Dever brother of Bill Bi the Big BigAbrams BigAbrams BigAbrams
Abrams said sid he was wa 28 28yearsoldand years year old and lived livedat lved lvedat
Hackett street Cole Coleman Coleman Coleinami
at 22 2m Rckett Itrt Brooklyn ¬
man was put down as 23 2 237 27 High street streetBrooklyn streetBruoklyn streetBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynThe
The he prison prion is in the basement of the thestation thesttion timestation
station sttion house and there ther are but six cells cellsfor cls clsfor cellsfor
for men There were six prisoners al already alread already ¬
ready read Doorman Georgo Dorsch Dorh put p t the thenewcomers thenewcomers theileweonimers
newcomers together in a I single cell cl ven ventilated ventlnt yentilated ¬
tilated tlnt d through a large barred harred window windowopening windowopning windowopening
opening opning upon a fenced tencd areaway arway in front frontof frnt frntof frontof
of the house hOlle forty feet et north of the door doorNo dor doorNo I I IXo
No doubt they would have hve stayed tYld locked lockedup I Ilp
up lp had not one of the men or both bth leaned leanedagainst lEaned leanedagainst I Ia I
against a alnst the bars of the window and fallen fallenthrough falen fallenthrough I I
through into Int the dry eight foot moat moat out outside Olt Oltsidt omitside ¬
side The he police plc had neglected to t till 11 the themoat themoat I Imot I
mot moat with water so them Joes Jos must mUlt have havehad hve hvehad havehad
had a hard fall fa of o it Once Onc outside outide the thebars thebarR thebars
bars there was WI no chance chanl to t get back bck in inThat inThat inThat
That wa WI plain to every one who wlo looked lookedover loked lokedover lookedover I
over the railing ralng into int the Ut moat mot yesterday yesterdayThere yeltray yeltrayThere yesterdayThere
There were wel seven evln upright bars br of one oneinch on oninch oneinch I
inch iron irn set st nearly uprllt eight Inches Inche apart aprt in inthe inthe inthis
the stone ftone window sill sl and held in place at atthe atthe atthe
the top by an 1 iron croeabar or bnr The third thirdbar thirdbar thirdbar
bar had ha treacherously tracherously bent bnt near learthe the cross crossbar cos ¬ I Ibar
bar making maing possible plble an opening opning nearly nearlysixteen ner nearlysixtecum
sixteen 8ixten inches wide When the men had hadpassed ha hapld hadp118561
pld passed through thro b this tbl hole the bar blr sprang sprng sprngback sprangback
back again a ain so 8 close clol6 that they could culd not notreturn notrturn notreturn
return rturn to their cell cellAt cl cellAt
At ten minutes to S l oclock oclok yesterday yesterdaymorning yestrday yestrdaymOM1ing yesterdaymorning
morning Lieut Schulum had the desk deskMembers dO doalMembers
Members Membr of the relieving releving platoon platon which whicngoes whic1 whic1gos whichgoes
goes gos out Olt at tt oclock ocock were arriving arrlvinp singly singlyand Binglyand singlyamid
and by twos and threes threA and going back to tothe tothe tothe
the assembly room rm Capt Cpt Ed Gallagher Gallagherwas Galagher Galagheras
was as in his office ofc Thou Garrigan him himself 11m 11melf himself ¬
self came in order to get his hml prisoners pr oner for forarraignment rorarrijnment forarraignment
arraignment arrijnment in the Tombs court courtGet courtOt courtGet
Get the prisoners priner and line lne em Up lp for forcourt forcOlrt forcourt
court cOlrt commanded commandt Schulum SchulumDoorman Shulum ShulumDorman SchulunmDoorman
Doorman Dorman Dorecli soon toon returned with withsix withsix withisix
six six men and the lieutenant leutnant began beganchecking bgancheckng beganchecking
checking checkng them off of Then looking up he hesaid hesaid I
said Get et the tle other two Dorach DOlch came canioback cme cmebCk cameback
back bCk in a moment looking loklnlt worried worriedTheyre worriedThmeyre
Theyre gone he said saidAre saidAre saidAre I
Are you ou crazy asked Ike Schulum SchulumNo
No lieutenant the two prisoners were werethere wtre weretimers
there ther twenty llutnant minutes ago but lut theyre theyrenot tlyre tlyrenot I
not there ther now nowCapt nowCapt nowCapt
Capt Gallagher Galagher called cled tho reserves resrea at atonce atonc atonce
once onc and nd a search sarch of the station stton house houe was wasmade waRmlde wasmade
bottom avail available sailablo avaiiable
made mlde from top tp to bttom Every Ever ¬
the streets and Head Headquarters lleadquarters
able man wan WI put on street lead leadquartet ¬
quarters quartet was V notified notfcd but the men m n had hadmade IHd IHdmade hatimade
made a getaway getawayO
Mrs Scott Sot HrKiilar Rernlar Candidate Candldatf for Presi President Jrtsl Jrtsldent Ircsident ¬
dent Has lal Narrow Escape In an Accident AccidentWASHINGTON Alddent AlddentWASINOOS AccidentWAsiiINOTO l
WASHINGTON WASINOOS April Apri 18 18lrs Mrs Matthew MatthewT Mnthew MnthewT
Ill the admin administration administmtion adzninistratioa
T Scott St of Bloomington Bloomingon ¬
istration candidate for presidentgeneral presidentgeneralof pridentgenerlof
of the Daughters Daughter of the American Amercan Revo Rvo Rvolution Bevolution Revolution ¬
lution had a narrow nrw escape Iscap from being beingnurt oolnghurt beinghurt
hurt in an accident today Mrs Scott ScottMrs Scot ScottMrs
Mr Mrs Dickinson Dicklnn wife of the Secretary Secretaryof Scrtary Scrtaryor
of War Mrs Mr Bromwell Dromwel daughter of Mrs MrsScott Mr MrsScott
Scott and wife of Gel C Charles S Bromwell Bromwellof IJromwel
of the army ar and Mrs Mr John A > Murphy Murphyof Murh Murhof
of Cincinnati Cincnnat were wer out driving in the thoafternoon thenferoon theafternoon
afternoon nferoon They Tey stopped stoppd at the Grafton Graftonin Grafon Grafonin Oral ton tonin
in Connecticut Connectcut avenue aenI9 and Mitt Dickin DickinHon Dlcklnlon
Hon lon and anr Mrs Bromwell Bromwel went vent in to pay a ncall acal acall
call cal Another team came up the street streetand ttrlt ttrltant streetanl
and ran into limb the standing carriage carrial con containing eontaming n nlainlng ¬
taming ant Mrs lrl Scott Stt and Mrs 11r Murphy MurphyThe
The horses horss of their carriage started to torun torun torun
run but stumbled and d fell fel and were werestopped wereItppd werestoppeti
stopped Itppd The Te women were not injured injuredTonight ijllredTonight 1juiredTonight
Tonight Ars rs Scott Stt met Mrs Wiiam WiiamStory WilliamStory William WilliamStory
Story of New York the Insurgent Insurgnt candi candidate candidatI candidate ¬
date datI for the thefiret first time tme Their Teir meeting meetingwas meetinp
was very Vlr cordial coral and Mrs Story Str expressed expressedtier exprd exprdher
her pleasure that Mrs Scott Sot was not nothurt nothur nothurt
hur hurt this afternoon afternoonDelegates aftroon aftroonDelegatp1 afternoonDelegates
Delegates Delegatp1 to the convention conventon which whichwill whichwi whichwill
will begin tomorrow continue to arrive arriveand arriveand
tmorw contnue
and wi are belin Immediately seized Id upon by arrve arrveand the theenthusiastic theenthuiastlo theenthusiastic
enthusiastic enthuiastlo supporters of the rivaf rval can candidates cn cndldate8 candidatea ¬
didates The Te election will wi be b on Thurs Thursday Turs Tursday Thursday ¬
day About Abut a thousand votes will w1 be becast beClt becast
cast Clt and both sides are ar confident of a asuccess asucc8 asuccess
success successThe successThe
succ8 The principal IJrincipl features feture tomorrow tomorow wi willbe will willbo
be speeches by VlcoPresident VIcPreident Sherman Shermanand Shera Sheraand Shermanand
and M Jusserand Jussernd the French Frnch Ambas Ambassador Amb Ambassador ¬
sador Rdor Among AmonRother Amongother other spectators spttr who will willattend wi wiltattend
attend atend are the Hev Rv Edward Everett Hale BaleBishop HaleBi HaleBishop
Bishop Bi hop Alfred Alre A Harding Haring Dr J Nevitt NevittStollo NevittStelo NevittStoilo
Stollo Stelo of New York and an Judge Judg Henry
Stockbrltpe Stockbridge presidentgeneral pridentgenemlof of the thoSons theSns theSons
Sons Sns of the American Americ Revolution Revoluton These Thesemen Te Thesemen
men will wi make brief addresses addressesLast addrll addressesLast
Last L8t night Mrs Sherman Sheran wife of the theVicoPresldent theVic timeVicePresident
VicoPresldent Vic Prtldent gave a reception rocpton in honor honorof
of Mrs Story and there wan WOP a lot of dis discussion dlRO8lon dliumission ¬
mission O8lon among ant the followers folae of Mrs MrsScott MmStt MrsScott
Scott Stt as 1 to t whether or not they had hd bet better better better ¬
ter go to t the reception in n honor of the theother theother theother
other candidate cndidate Finally Joinaly it was W decided decidedthat aeeida cuocidedthat
that every one should do as she pleased pleasedwith plele pleasedwith
wlth with the result rul that there ther was WRI a I truce tmcoand tMC truceand
and the reception reepton was a n great gret success aucowaPreliminary IIC successPreliinlnaiy
Preliminary Prelminary to t the opening of the tl con convention on onvlnton convention ¬
vention vlnton of the D A R n tomorrow tomoro the thoChildren theChildren theChildren
Children of the American Amercn Revolution Revolutionmeet Revolutin Revolutinmeet
meet for the first firt time tme this thll afternoon afternoonThey nf afternoonThey roon roonThey
They attended atended a special Apeci service lerl at St Stlohnfl StJoh StJohns
Johns Joh Church They will wi meet again againtomorrow againtmorro againtomorrow
tomorrow tmorro morning morningI
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In This the Captains CaptalnsTril aptaln Trial Which Begins BeginsTo BeginsToday rlns rlnsTolay
To Tolay Today < ny Will Wi lie le tnllko Cnlke Ills 111 Brother BrotherEvery Doth BrotherEvery ra raEver
Every Ever effort erort was made yesterdajr yeterd by bymembers bymembers bymembers
members of the Haiim HaiR family to brace braceCapt braceCapt braceCapt
Capt Peter C Hains Jr for the ordeal ordealwhich oreal orealwhich ordealwhich
which begins today when he will wi be beplaced b beplaced
placed on trial for murder in the first firstdegree ft ftI firstI
I degree degre before b rore Justice Garretson in theSupreme the theI the
Court Gen Peter PeterI
I I Supreme Cur at Flushing
I C hales ans accompanied nccompnle by his sons Major MajorJohn MajorJohn MajorS
S John P Rains laiM and T Jenkins Hams Hainswere Hans Hanswere Hamswere
were at the th Queens county jail jai Long LongIsland Lng LngIsland LongIsland
Island City most of the afternoon afternoonThey afternoonTimoy
Cty aternoon aternoonThey
They were permitted peritte to remain with withthe withthe withthe
the prisoner in the corridor It wan Wa a apathetiainterview a aiathmetiuitmterviow
pathetiainterview patheiointervlew Gen Rains Hans was wa much muchaffected muchalected muchaffected
affected alected He frequently freuently wined tears te from fromhis rromhil froniimis
his hil eyes and on leaving wip affectionately affectionatelyembraced aretonatly aretonatlyembrace affectionatelyembraced
embraced embrace the Captain Captan and kissed kise him himThe himThe him himTime
The visit seemed to arouse roue the Captain Captainfrom Captainrrom Captainfrom
from melancholy melncholy and the family famiy hope hopethat Jlp Jioptithat
that as a the trial progresses progree his mental mentalcondition metl metlcondton rneimuilcoumdition
condition condton surroundings surroundingsIt will wi improve with bis l s change of ofsurroundings otsurroundings ofsurroundings
It was learned leare yesterday that instead insteadof in8ted in8tedor
of having their liberty lberty during durngthe dUringtime the trial trialas tral
as 1 the jury had in the trialOfT T F Jenkins JenkinsHains Jenins JeninsHains JenkinsHams
Hains for complicity complicty in the shooting of ofAnnis ofAm ofAnnie
Annie Am t the thf jury jur chosen hoten to try Capt Rains Hainswill HaiMw1 Rainswill
will w1 be locked leki up when not in the court courtroom curt curtrom courtroom
room rom Garrison s t Hotel Hotel at Willeta Wlet Point Pointon
on the Sound and close to the entrance entranceto I Ito
to Fort ort Totten roten has IU1 been ben selected telote as 1 the thelodging tbelodging tImelodging
lodging place for the tl jurors juror The Te hotel hotelis hotl hotlis
is if about three miles mie from fro I the court cour house housein
in Flushing and a big stage automobile automobilehas automobie automobieI
has hl been bon engaged to carry carr the jurors jurorsback juror jurorsback
back bacl and forth forthWoman forlhI engag
Woman fOlln AutolRt Aotolst Hurt lurt In Saving Boy Do on onBicycle onI onBleycie
Bicycle Bicyclej Dlcce DlcceI BleycieNaw
j NEW Ew ROC RogLLE LKLLE L April Apri 18 18To To avoid avoidstriking avoidItrikinl avoidstriking
striking Itrikinl a boy by on a bicycle biccle who had hd lost lostcontrol lot lostcontrol
lontrol control of his wheel Mrs F A Balch of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Rochelle Rochele steered stored her automobile automobio to tothe totime
the side of the thoB08ton Boston post road today
Close behind the Balch car was WI ro4t4i a a touring touringautomobile turing touringauitonmobile
automobile automobie which sideswiped sldelwlpd the Balch Balchearns Balchcar Balchmearns
earns car W it turned and Ind tilted tted it Mr and and1lr Mrs MrsBalch I IBaich
Balch jumped and Mrs Balch was Wi quite quitebadly quit I Iiumdiy
badly hurt She and her be husband were werepicked werepicked woreuuicked
picked up by b the persons in 1 the other car carand carand carand
and taken tken home homeGet f10mt homeiuuIi prons
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dence 10 LeITerts Leleruplae place Brooklyn lrkbn on MOOdS Mondavevenlnr MOd MOOdSevenlnr
evenlnr venlnC April Apri ID at a S I oclock ocok Intrrmeoi Intrrmeoiat Intrmel Intrmelconenlcacc
at convenience of family famiy Kindly Kindy omit omitflowers omlltower cmlflowers
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dence of his son 43 South Sulh lt t Newark N NJ NJJohn J JJohn JJohn
John Calvin Mlllliran Mlllan age 72 7 years yearsFuneral yer yearsluneral
Funeral services servies on Wednesday WcdnesAY mornlne momlnl ArrH Apri
21 at the Church Churh of the Holy Hol Comminlon ComminlonSouth CommlntnSlh CominlntOTlSouth
South Slh Orange N J upon the arrival of th tin
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and list 1t St on Monday April Apri 19 11 at a 10 10Interment A M MInterment
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PRANKARDn PRANKARD On April Apri 17 1 1900 19 suddenly suddenlyhis a ahil
his hil residence 1M 13 Cambrldre pi pl BrooUlvn BrooUlvnCharles Brkln BrklnCbarles ii iiCharles
Charles W V husband of Annie L Prankard PrankardFuneral Prka PraakardFuneral
Funeral services serices to be held at the parlor parlorthe parlor or orIhe atthe
the Lafayette Lfayete Avenue Presbyterian Presbyt rau Chord ChordSouth Cbrcb CbrcbSuth C1iUCCIISouth
South Suth Oxford St I corner corD r Lafayette Llayelt av on onTuesday 01 01Tuesay OUTuesday
Tuesday Tuesay April AIJI 20 at 2 P M Inlerrarn Inlerrarnprivate Inlemn InlemnprIvte intermrflPrivate
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Va a Mary Mar Catberlne wife of the late llt Wllllan1 Wllllan1Webb V1hlia V1hliaWebb llan llanWebb
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WARRIfNOn WARm On April pMl 15 at A London Lndon Knjlarl KnjlarlElizabeth Fn1n Fn1nElzabeth En5b En5biIIzsbeih
Elizabeth Elzabeth R Warren widow of B H HW I WT WaTO WaTO1T <
W 1 S N retired retred late President AlIt C lh lhmers CP4 CP4men m mmers
mers Company and VlcrPresldent Vlcrpresldtnl Wr tUnr tUnrhou VetliC VetliChouse tlnt tlnthouse
house hou Electric Electrc and Manufacturing ManufaluDI Compin Compindaughter COOlPOdAucbter Coniptindaughter
daughter of th Lbs he late lat Charles R and lull Jun1ltcl JUL JULMltcheu lullMitchell
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Mass Monday Mond April Apri M at 12 noon noonIVESTEnVELT non nonTSnIVYTSuddeniy nOon1sTEnvrITsuddenly
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17 at 11 In West Wet 73d St lt James Jr ftelovwl ftelovwllittle bdOV bdOVlittle 11 11IUle
little IUle son of James and Mary Clarke Writer Writerveil Welo Welovelt Wettervolt
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