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1 VOl rOLLXIVIINO69 LXXVIINO 89 + NEW EW YORK SUNDAY SUNDAYNOVEMBER NOVEMBER R 28 1909 1909conrlllltIDODbrJ8uPrltIt 1909copwrigs MO by i Me Swt M Pripttln and PHMMIV x ArndatIoi llodalo c < 0 0 FORTYFOUR PAGES PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS CE S 7 l
flIreIeis Irrl s Dented Dlnl Him IlImho Who lirtifld Him Himhlrh 111mhlh tUrnWhich
Which hlrh KnllrdlleT a MaliId lie Farewell Bade Badelit BueIII Dadetie
lit XoncT onr No e Mortal Saw Him Go Gohut Gobllt Gohut
hut 11 ho Doth Hear Ills Arotlo Cheer CheerThe Cheert CheerThe
The story that Dr Frederick edejo A Cook Cookthe Cookthe Cookthe
the Bushwlck explorer who ho discovered discoveredthe
the north pole had left America for for foreign forIi forign ¬
eign Ii n parts wan breezed around New York Yorkoarly YorkI YorkarIy
oarly I < yesterday and much activity on ontho onth onth
tho th part of the curious curous resulted in con concrjupnco conttqutnce contquenco
crjupnco As n 1 further result of this thisactivity thisactivity thieacUvity
activity tho only positive Information Informationcainod Informl1t1onalMt
cainod alMt was that Dr Cook had departed departedfor
for ot CuKi on tho Ward liner Havana HavanaInr
for or tho Azores on theCaroniaond the for the theArortv theAzcrftj theAzeroi
Arortv also on tho CVJrtc C lrlc which sailed sailedon atIodon
on Thursday ThursdayHenry ThulfdyHenry ThurethyIcnry
Henry Wellington Wack who r pr pri p pIII pre preDr
i > its III Dr Cook In le4l timttori issued issuedt 11I8uodtatnmoal
t ilomcnt to tothleect totheeetthatDrCookliad totheeetthatDrCookliadrt the eect that Dr Cook had hadft
ft on u the Caroni i Capt B DR 8 Osbnn OllhonlIeo OllhonlIeoIrr eec seoi eecviry >
i viry iry of t tha lh Arctic Club said later that thatdoabtlojODrCoolc thatdoubtIIJODCoolt thatdottIznDzCooIt
doabtlojODrCoolc departed for the Arm Armr A zo zor <
r Thitnkugivlng Day y aboard tho Codrlo CodrloJflui CedrloJdm Cedricjtliti
Jflui It Urjdloy Dr Cooks backer Is Isqnctoi IIIIllotoj lefuctoi
qnctoi HC u Kaylux thit Dr Cook sailed sailedyitorday llalledl1I1
1 l1I1 Ciitt yitorday y torby on the Ward llnnr llnnrI 1I r rUIH
I D J Hotnl OratnaUiii Uronxville where whereii beroIII
III ii t Cltik uk k ha bn been living of late said saidrdny lIddt saidrdy
t rdny forcm torenon > on that he was still stillthf 111111th stilltht
thf tht > and a percon with ltb a male voice voiceIftfUed voiceInINI voicetnkcd
IftfUed thl this up by oonilni oomln txi the telephone telephonet
t fy y lhat he iria a3 Dr B > r Cooks C < > oks new eere eereM e < re reH
M t y irt t < > injlit thit t t Dr Cook had no noririt norlta11 noot
ririt rlta11 nil tf lAvinn AmeMca and that If Iflu IfhI If1w
lu 1w > had such IIUl an Intention he certainly certainlyvnlrt cert certaIniyXi lnly lnlyyuld
vnlrt nut Xi tnc n U way A short timo timotatop tllI1e1IIIr timclaUr >
tatop tho same hoU > l oit eei forth word that thatDr thntIh thathad
Dr t e k hurl givou up btii hf apartnienU apartnienUtfe
tfe ne l Jolht 4 hi hii bill and dopartel for forTho foriJod forTho
iJod iJodTho
Tho bory tnt Dr Cook C > ok was IR to leave leavefor lenvefr leavefr
fr Furope 1 lIrlJpe yesterday ye tenlay forenoon on the theluronia tllIIIRrnnla thearnala
luronia brought brou ht many hla reportors to the theMip theIfp
Mip 111 Nftbody re embllnK tho explorer explorerand
and and ho In I known liy II eight to most of ofthem ofthlm ofthem
them could be found on the deck or oraSnnrd orahoard oraoard
aSnnrd the ship when Mie > sailed sailedAbout 8111 sailedtoUt ed edhout
About the same time a ship news re reporter repOlrter reprter ¬
porter happened aboard the th Ward liner linerHavana
4 Havana which tailed an hour later than thantin thanIht thantht
tin Carocln and noticed notl a man walking walkingnbout walklnKabout walkingabout
about who to the reporter looked ex exactly exactly exactly ¬
actly like the Dr Cook tho reporter bad badInterviewed bltdIntrvlewed bitdf9rviewed
Interviewed Intrvlewed many times timesHow timesHow tlmeeHow i
How do you do Dr Cook wat the theaffable theIItrable theaffable
affable greeting whereupon n the man manrrt manpOaddree
rrt pOaddree addressed ed stared blankly and con continued continued continued ¬
tinued his stroll strollHut strollnut strollflut
Hut you are re Dr Cook spoke up a apaM arl apsoenger
paM rl psoenger Ren > eng r r here hreTheres hereTheres hereThoree
Theres no reason why I shouldnt shouldnth
h be was the vague answer and that thatended thatpndldtbe thatended
ended pndldtbe the conversation conversationRccaursejto eOpveraaUonRccoUTMJohe e DvcisaUonRecoursejo
Rccaursejto Jthe wireless wlrel l hytlie by > y the n news neweJIIIlwors newspapers ws wspnMTs
pnMTs brought back the following wire wlrelf wirelees Ire IreI
lf I lees s despatch from the Havana last eve evening even evenng ¬ I
ning ningOnly n nngOnt nt ntOnly
Only Ont peon > ron nn Imanl reemMlne Dr DrOoU Drnk DrCoo1
OoU nk I III William Warner llnrpvr f of Itilla Itillarlolphln IhUac1rJrhla IhiIadeirhia
rlolphln Dr Cook IK h a Kr hurr rr man and andfuller ondhiller andfifler
fuller far Sir lr Harper lIar r showed hli hi Ne < re reilentUU rettftlk
ilentUU 1 nll18 and he wa Il > onrh olllhed d for hv the thelcv Ih IhHev thRev
Rev 8 V Morgan who hois Is relnrnlnj to toCuht tolIh toiiht
Cuht lIh to church dullpo Dr r Cooks name nameni nanieflrt
ni a flrt > on onp pn paeenger enirer list Rumor of rook be beln beIJllhoardtatlldthrollqh befflg
ln IJllhoardtatlldthrollqh fflg nhonrdittarlvil throunh companion of ofH ofHArfpr ofI4rrer
H HArfpr rper Henry lIenr C Bimri BimriB Bunrt
t B Mr Ir Henry Bunn harry the boys boysrail boysrail boyscnhI
rail him h IH the curator of Princeton he hemay htmllr henvy
may have just been taking a college boy boyPIIR boyfi boyjflg
PIIR fi jflg Another wireless came In from fromtho fromth
tho th captain of 0 the Caronla last night nightsavin nightin nightiain
savin in Unable to discover Dr Cook Cookaboard Cook1I3nl Cookahoard
aboard aboardH
H Wellington el1in ton Wack issued a statement statementc statementtOIt
c tOIt x > Out > it tho whereiboutn of Dr Cook yes yestT ye1ltrrla yestrt
tT trrla < a which shows a bettor knowledge knowledgenf
nf r bo a roiiis passenger pas nger list H Wel Weli
i iton t < Jn Wnck nck a statement runs as followH followHin
in look Rilled Upd for Europe uropt < > on the uteam uteamt
j p > I t aronla today to gain n needed nd d re ret retII t tR
R M > Ix I tj wllhlnlolt within rail of the I th nllnIMhlOCltntlt litiIitcientiteJ Dnnbli cclentlnl cclentlnlmi
It mi ill J we OJr to examine hi hts polar tatr record recordIM I
IM 1 ti F Torir the capital letter It tr IJI Wel Welr Velt i itWOIl
r tWOIl t > too ot VackV IU k IK I not In n condition of ofnu ofnil I Irnfl
rnfl < nu ill ii Health lIlIh The 111 great Iffluchance chanite from froml frompeininican
l II Kinmlcnn mllllc n to tho food and ntl conditions conditionsilzntion condItIonst I IIzathm
of t ilzntion Ifcturlne travelling tr ex exi cxvrIttng
i nirit r rrltlna and i 1rrlrlnor iinVrln fnl fte fteUtIfl < e ne neuiiin i iIn
uiiin In Killtie1 1111 has ha UHturnllj dlnturbed dlnturbedirrtimll dl dbturbedrobust l1lrbld
irrtimll 1 rill I > robust phrnlcal and mental mentalI
I I on n Hli 1I11clllrlfI tlf lecture will III not be resumed resumedii rcsllIIecIInIvcrity
ii I nhcrlty nh r lty of Copenhagen Cop hagn hn hnitimrii hllll hllllH hahi <
H itimrii nllrI d hi h arrival at lh the pole nor will willt
t book 1 publlohed before that con cunt
t cenrv I eI n hn h04 been tn realled realledHinlf rln ratIedIt I b bWhU
It Hinlf awaiting tho Ih Panmh verdict Dr Drf Drotteiid
f i will ill attend to hU hi health In Italy Italrr 1t1r
r intrii IlIlrllon loti iiK UI LIton > OII > n him are not likely likelyI IIklyrrrt
I 0 mtrferi1 rrrt with that piirpoBe ll lie will willn
0 ioiuplel the Ih mamiitcrlpt of hU hi book bookniolnlnsi booklAin bookwtfitnIn
niolnlnsi lAin 1011 the story IDr of hU Ulnroterj of ofrole orlie oflOiC
role lie In ax confident as 0 ever that thate listIt3ot
e I iiiot 11I0 competent Hcltntlrle body In
1 r rw > w will III find that he reached the pole poleS poIopril
S n > pril pril21 it I 111 111Th M MThe I ITtic
The Th fnnta ranlaI < tlo xtorles trl attributed to thoe thovonn
nn flat R > riprewnt the Explorerliave nofoundn nofoundnMI DotoundllEidpt1N nofounditEiderwe
> MI Kxidence of an attempt to Meal Mealniirinal etcalnrInai tpolololnal
niirinal ob prvntlonn had cautioned cautionedat
at U 0 iinploy mplo reaKonabl rl1 ooabl safeguard In IntiintiiuttinK Int
tiintiiuttinK t llIilllnlr them to Denmark DenmarkPi DlnmllrklirI DenmarkPilo
Pi lirI Rio < cried the secretary of the thotc
t > tc Club when shown thin thl the same sametip samenit sameng
tip Copt I n S Osbon who also is If or oror oror oror
or something else an anadmlrsl admiral In InMexican In1tJticnn inI
< Mexican navy and commander in intmvy Innavy innavy
navy of the Argentine Republic Rer > ubllo and andr
< r tveiru the decoration of the Order Orderi
rt i Ilusto BIt lo del Ilberador conferred upon uponhy uponI
n I hy h Venezuela In 18BO Capt Osbon OsbonI
I < I come down to Lawyer Wacks office officenoon oroceon officetVOfl
noon on ns he heard ht rd that Dr Cootf Cooh had hadI
I v j it nwny from here hereMr hereh
r Mr Jr Wacks IS girl stenographer handed handedtho
h tho statement Capt Osbon In the thoMnf th8Iantlrne therintitne
Iantlrne < Mnf I me complained angrily about his blld
0 J I riEnd Dr Cook who only last Wednen Wednen4i Woonday
4i day > had promised the Captain that he heIT hei
i IT Jr r ook would take a box at a benefit benefitre
re fnrmance for or the Captain which Is Iso
0 be held at the Academy of Musla on onDecember onDIcmhr unDreAmber
December 7 And in the meantime a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent member of the Explorers Explorerslub ElploreIub
lub was registering a kick also because becaiuwhe becaUJIhI
he Mid the doctor had promised the theMplorerH thobplorelK theLpiorers
MplorerH Club that as soon as the north northnole northorl northPe
nole records were finished the doctor doctorwould do doctorwoild < tor torwould
would present himself before the Kx Kxnlorers Ixplorern Explorers
nlorers Club with records of his Mount MountMcKinley 1I0untlcRinley MountMcKinley
McKinley climb and stand around answer answering answerIn ¬
ing In questions questionsAnd
And now no hes he beaten it almost wept wepthe
I he member of the Explorers Club and andhes andles sadr
r r les not only cent his north pole dope to toCopenhagen toCopenhagen
4 Copenhagen but aLso his hi Mount MoEin MoEinW MoKlnltd MoKinr
r W stuff with advance ad oo notloM Mat t out outof
10 101t
1t f 1
by frtends that probably both will be bestolen boltolen bestolen
stolen on tho high seas seasSome seasSorne seasSomo
Some of these th the folk broke in Capt CaptOsbon CaptOsbon CaptOsbon
Osbon In an aside that referred to tho Ex Explorers Exploreill Explororu ¬
plorers Club in general like to bust bustinto bustInto bustinto
into print thats all Youve met fem femIm em emIm emIm
Im not one of that kind myself but of ofooursebolng ofoolUllebolng ofOoureeboing
ooursebolng in the public eye eyemoet most of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the time I cant very well 11 keep out of ofprint ofprint ofprint
print If Roosevelt were only here hed hedsettle bedllettle hedsettle
settle aU this thl north pole business businessVVK bualntwlVVE busineesMMI
Irn Leaves CBTMParU Prl Paris rorlxxidon for or Ldo London to fling llne IIIg In Mude MudeHaiti M MUIoflail i
Haiti lall it I II Understood UnderstoodCtblt Uletoo
pet4l ttl Ctblt Dtipatth Dpllt to T na m Sew SewPARIS SI BoxPARIS
PARIS Nov No 27 2Mmo 27Mmo Mmo Stelnheil Btelnhel ac acquitted acquitt aoquitted ¬
quitted quitt just two weeks wek ago of the murder murderof
of her husband hUmnd and mother moher left for Lon London Ln Lndo London ¬
don do this evening eVllnlg She wore heavy hev ray 7
furs and a motor yell which
moto yel completely completelycovered oopletly oopletlycoer completelycovered
covered her head She reached the
coer hed reche rail railway rl rlay taBWay ¬
way ay station stto without being bing recognised recognisedHer rcogiz recognisedIlerdaughter
Her leI Ilerdaughter daughter dughter Marthe Marhe did not notaooepy accompany
her Marthe Mrthe has seen 101 her mother only onlyonce onlyonce onlyonce
once since her acquittal acuittl Mine lo Steinheil Steinheilthen 8tolnhel Bteinheilthen
then tien pleaded on o her knees k to her daughter daughterdeclaring dughtr dughtrdeclring daughterdeclaring
declaring declring that everything IIverhlng she had ha done donehad donehd donehad
had hd been bn for her sake sakeMarthe ako akoMrhe sakeMartho
Marthe Mrhe however hoever remained Ibm in her hsrdecision he herdecision
decision deilion which she made before bfore the theverdict theTorlot thevordiot
verdict Torlot was returned rturod when ben she Ihi mh said saidIf 8ld 8ldI
If I she he is condemned codemne I will wmgo go to console consoleher 0001 oonsoleher
her If she is I acquitted I will
her again againAt I acquite wi never novel see seeher 8l seeher
At the end of ofuthis I this interview Interiew Mme MmeStelnhell limeSteinheil MmeSteinhell
Steinhell gave gae her bel daughter dughter full ful liberty libertyto lbrty lbrtyto
to dispose dRp of her own life as she he liked likedIt lke
It Is reported rporte that tht Marlhe ia thinking of ofentering orenlerng ofentering
entering enlerng a convent cnvent She Sll is i now with withdistant wih wihdlBtant withdistant
distant relatives relatve In the country cuntr
Mme Stelnhoit Btlnhei will w1 probably llrbably next nex be beheard b beheard
be heard of in a musio mulo hall hal or on the concert concertstage cncr concertstage
stage Itag or as the author of memoirs for forwhich forhlch forwhich
which she has asked ike J30000 0 A reporter reporterof
of the Petit Pet Peritrien P r er was the only person personwho pln plnwho personwho
who knew who she was wasl1nd and who succeeded succeededin
in witnessing ir her departure dOPrtur He le IT fol followed followt tollowed ¬
lowt lowed her bel to the station btbn In a carriage and andwas andw andwas
was w a passenger on the same train trainIt
plnger trln trlnIt
It has been rumored in Paris all
hl bn rumor Pr al day daythat d7that daythat
that she Ihe would take up her residence re dlnce In InLondon Inlndon inLondon
London and go on the stage as a n concert concertsinger on concertsinger r
singer singerTO IIlngr IIlngrTO singerTO
TO OUIT 011T TRVST IHSCtSHtPX IHSCtSHtPXPresident nl nistrsc lox loxPresident O OPHldlt
President PHldlt fllll 1 Not ot Adtorate Atholat New Nt Anti AnilTruit AntiTrust nU nUTrult
Trust IecUUtlon 1Illlalon liijtl AlrsMRr AlrsMRrAIIIIINOTON MPs 1aKrWAIINOTN sgc sgcSACIIINOTOW
WAIINOTN SACIIINOTOW AIIIIINOTON Nov o ZArer 7 7After After much muchdeliberation muchdelbrtion muchdelIberation
deliberation delbrtion President Prident Taft Tat has ha decided decidedto deide
to omit from fr his hl annual message mOKe to Con Congress Cong8 Congress ¬
gress g8 which he is about to prepare prpr any anyrecommendation anyrmmendtion anyrecommendation
rmmendtion recommendation that the antitrust onttnJat law lawbo lawb lawbe
bo b amended amende Thin Thil decision carries rrlt with withIt
It an an omission omialon of a discussion dilclluion of the tlietrust thetrst thetrust
trst trust question generally according aCrdlng to tothe t tothe
the way the President views It I Ills Iliaopinions lls llsopllonll IllsopIilons
opinions opllonll on the subject are well wel known knownhowever knownhowver knownhowever
however through the medium of his hispublic hispublic
publc public addresses during his hi 1SOOO 10 mile miletour mie mitetour
tour tourIn tourIn
In bin hil determination detenlnaUon to avoid the trust trustquestion trul truetquestion
question In his hi message mCle the President Presidentwas Prlllnt Prlllntws
was ws sustained luLlne by all al the members membr of ofbin ofhi ofhis
bin hi Cabinet A point pint of delicacy delcC born bornof br bornof
of his hi judicial experience epience is lporllble lporllblefor responsible responsiblefor
for the postponement p of trust tr dUou dIolon dIolonrO diseusslon diseusslonr lon lonTor
rO r Tor It It i U to be b a postponement merely merelyMr merlyMr
Mr Toffs 1 t decision deision was WA based bel1 onJjia onJjiaproposition oaheproposition
proposition prp alton1h IhaFwtth Thr wiTh the tb recent opinion opinionof oplnio
of the t United tplted States SUt Circuit Circui Court Curt at St StLouis StLouis
Louis L ls declaring delring the te Standard Stndr Oil OilCompany Oi OilCompany
Company Cmpny a combination In restraint of oftrade ortrade oftrade
trade about to be b reviewed rviee by the Su Supremo Supremo Snpreme ¬
premo Court Cour of the United Unite States Stte It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would be b contrary contnr to a strict strct regard for forpropriety forpropriety forpropriety
propriety to agitate the subject of viola violations violations violalions ¬
tions of the antitrust anlltM t law lw in a message messageto meUlle meUlleto
to Congress CongressNearly Cngrelu CongreeNearly
Nearly Nerly the entire session slon of the Cabi Cabinet Cbi Cbinet CabInet ¬
net was given gl overto to consider consideration consideration
yesterday yetry WI ven over t a conlder conlderaUonof ¬
ation aUonof of the question qUMton of propriety Involved InvolvedThe Involve
The outcome was a unanimous unaimous declare declaration delara delaraton declaretion ¬
tion ton that the situation sltulon made it advisable advisablefor advisble advisblefor
for tho President Preldent to refrain refrin from frm advo advocating adocaUne advoeating ¬
eating now legislation affecting aletng trusts trustsuntil trstll trstllunti treatsuntil
until unti the Supreme Court Cur had disposed disposedof dllpel dllpelof
of the Standard Standrd Oil 01 case Ce It Is the ex expectation expcttlon cxpectetton ¬
pectation pcttlon of the th President Prelident and his hi ad advisers adviser advisers ¬
visers viser that the Supreme upreme Court Curt will 1 di dipase dla dlapse diipose
pose of the appeal appal within a comparatively comparativelybrief compamtvely compamtvelybrtf
brief brtf period prio Under the act for expedit expediting elpl ¬
ing the disposal d18pl of ofllleh such cases cs the court courtwill curt curtwi courtwill
will wi have an opportunity of rendering renderingits rederng rederngIt
its It opinion before befor the close cole of Its It present presentgeneral pre presentgeneral nt ntgenerl
general term termThe ten termThe
The intention of the President accord accordIng accordlng
Ing to excellent ecelent authority is to send a aspecial aspedal aspecial
special message mege on n the thlIubJet thesubject subject of aUdi additional Rddltonal aUditional ¬
tional tonal trust legislation to the Congress Congressas Congrea
as decided a soon In as 8 the Standard Oil 01 appeal has hI been beendecided bn bndecded beendecided
ojEv YEW HEtnQiARTrns HEtnQiARTrnsCommlinloner IHtnalnTRIICommll III DQUl RTEIiS RTEIiSCommiienrr
Commlinloner Commll lonr Usher Preside at Early EarlyMorning Esl Esllumln 1arIyMorning
Morning lumln Ceremony CeremonyAt Cerlmon CerlmonAt
At 1210 121 o clock ocock this morning morng Police PoliceCommissioner Polce PolceCommissioner IoHcoCommissioner
Commissioner Baker standing sundinI In tho thotelegraph thotelegraph thetelegraph
telegraph bureau room on the top floor floorof floorof oor oorof
of the north wing of the new Headquar Headquarters HeIJquarter ¬
ters ter building b llding on Centre street IIlrot pressed Ple a abutton abuton abutton
button buton and anr at the signal the connections connectionsof connectona connectonaof
of the switchboard Iwltchboard of the old Mulberry Mulberrystreet Mulberrystreet Iulbrry IulbrryIItrMt
street IItrMt headquarters hoadquartel were thrown out outand outand outand
and those thole of the th switchboard swltebbord In the new newbuilding neYIbuidlnK newbuilding
building buidlnK were opened openedThe opone openedThe
The whole operation opraton did not take tko two twomlnutoH tomlnut twominutes
minutes and was a sort sor of official otclal open opening opn opnIngof openingot ¬
ing ingot of this thll part pr at toast lost of tho new build building buid buidIng buildlag ¬
ing The wireless lrl6ls Instruments lntrent also worn wornin wer wornin
in working ordor ordornnd find the first message messageflashed m0S1ge m0S1gefshed mossageflashed
flashed fshed down from rota the WaldorfAstoria WaldorfAstoriahad WaldorfAsto
had hd to do with the search for Dr Cook CookBesides Cok CokBCllldE CookIJealdee
Besides BCllldE the Commissioner Comml810ner the th Deputy DeputyCotnmlwionera DeputyCrmlMioner DeputyCommissioners
Commissioners CrmlMioner and Supt Bronnnn of the thetelegraph thetelegaph thetelegraph
telegraph telegaph bureau and a score sore or more of ofpolicy ofplcl ofpoliep
policy Inspectors captains lieutenants lieutenantsand leutennnlll leutennnlllad
and ad so 10 on a few visitors were present at atthe atthe atthe
the ceremony ceremonyThe cremony cremonyle ceremonyThe
The le work of moving into the new build building buid buidIng buildlag ¬
ing was W8 begun begn early in tho last week weekThe weekTe weekThe
The Te first things to go from Mulberry street streetwere IItret IItretere streetwere
were ere old records rers and other things that thatwould thatwould thatwould
would not be likely lkely to be wanted wante for a aweek aweek aweek
week or so soThe soTe soThe
The Te work has been bn kept up since alnc and andwill andwt andwill
will wt take It Is expected poted until uti Saturday SaturdayPossibly SaturdayPoesibly tury turyPoslblylt
It will I Monday boforp
Possibly Poslblylt wi hfo every everything over ovarything
thing thin and evo nody IIOY will wi be 0 In Its and andhis andhis andhis
his place plac In the now Headquarters HedqWrtol The Tholetoctlvo Thedetective Tbedetoctivo
detective bureau will wi be b about the last lastof llt lltf lastcf
of f the bureaus buru8 to move moveMeanwhile moveleanwhl moveMeanwhile
Meanwhile leanwhl tho old building buiding Is con connected connected connected ¬
nected with the new ne switchboard swichboar by bytemporary bytemporry bytemporary
temporary temporry wires wlr0 which will wi be torn out outas outa outas
as a soon as the bureaus they connect are uromoved aremove aremoved
moved move conQct t tThe L Lrho
The he new switchboard swlchoard Is 111 a twelve section sectionboard 10ton 10tonboard sectionboard
board handling hnldlng IO rJ O pairs plr of wires Of Ofthese orthfSO Ofthese
these thfSO thirty thiry pairs plM connect conlet with tho Spring Springstreet Rprng Rprngstret Springstreet
street stret central cntral exchange and the rest relt with withvarious withvarlou wiftvarious
various police polit telephones tcllphonesln inside lde the build building huld huldIng buildIng ¬
ing and out The Th board hor la modern moern In Inevery Inelery Inarery
every elery way and Is one of the largest In the thecity thecity thecity
city outside outide thoeo th00 In the central cntrl exchange exchangeDEWETsTAMEniCAX exchangeDEEY1IERCA exchangesDEWETSAMEIZCAN
DEEY1IERCA Only ao 01 btoeic blk rut of Kudton Terminal TerminalHT Terlna TerlnaI TermunalltDewy
HT I ltDewy Mi LDoI Dew y30n a Sou Co138 Co 15 1ultou FuloD St SIlw N sw r York YOIl YOIli VorkMi
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Mere Trick Te Say la Mebeli RebellGrooe Oroce and Can Canoon C CDOB Cannon
non Tortured Torurf Before Being Beln Shot ShotWashington Sot Sotall ShotWashington
Washington all ston to Rend 8ed Commission COlmluo t tProbe tProbe tProbe
Probe Central Cetrl American Amercn Conditions CondltfoaiCtttf CoDtOI CoDtOIopco Conditionscpcal
opco cpcal Ctttf CID Ditpatch Dlltl It Tarn T Tn SUN SUNBLUKPtBLDa BI BoxBLVEILBLDe
BLUKPtBLDa BLtEPIL Nicaragua l1cgu Nov 27 by bywireless bywlrele bywireless
wireless wlrele from frm Colon ColonIt lonI It is I officially oclly stated statedtbaj itatedtba tt
tbaj th tba President Prdent Zelaya Zlay Is willing wiig to resign resignhis rig resignhis
his office oto and leave Ieve the selection BeOOn of his hissuccessor hllsUOor hissuccessor
successor sUOor to the Nioaraguan NIOlgn Congress CongressThe Cn CnTe
The Te proposition prplUon Is absurd abur for the reason reasonthat ro reasonthat I Itht
that tht the Congress Cng In reality rlty does dO not exist existThe eis existThe I
The Te Deputies Dputie with the exception of ofthose ofthoee ofthose
those appointed by Zelaya himself are areeither areeither
appolnle Zlay hlmll ar arelthor
either in the penitentiary pntntary or fugitives fugltvM from fromthe f fromthe
the country ountry His partisans Prtis would natu naturally ntu nturly naturally ¬
rally rly select sele as his successor IUOr Seflor Bnor Iris Irlkor Irb Irbor Irisor
or some other Zelaya Zlaa satellite Itelte who would wouldcontinue wouldoontnue wouldcontinue
continue oontnue the oppression which has b caused causedthe caUlle caieedthe
the revolution revolutionZelayas rvolution rvolution7lays revolutionZelayas
Zelayas 7lays willingness llngM to resign reig and his hisproposal hisprpl hisproposal
proposal prpl that a Congress Cn dominated domint by byfear byfMr byfear
fear select le his successor aUoor would furnish furnishpoor frish frishpr furnishpoor
poor pr satisfaction utafactlon to the United States Btte for forthe torthe forthe
the murder of its citizens cltzen The whole wholething wholething holetblnl
thing tblnl Is merely another Instance Instano of Con Central Cn Cntral Contral ¬
tral American Ameran diplomacy diplomacyNew dlplomC
New OBLKAKS ORLAK Nov 27 Passengers 27Paaengel 27PaaengelarvlnR 27PassengersarrivIng Passengersarriving
arriving arvlnR on the steamer Parislua PariBluafrm PariBluafrmPurto from fromPuerto fromPuerto
Puerto Limon Lmon say sy that Cannon CaP non and andGrooothotwo andOr andGrocothotwo
Grooothotwo Or the two Americans Amercn8ot Americensehot shot by byZelayts byZelaytstroops Zelaya Zelayatroops 1laytrp
troops trp in Nicaragua Nicragua were er humiliated humiiat id idevery I Ievery
every way before bfore th execution eucton They Theywere Tey Teywere Theywere
were yoked together like beasts bt of burden burdenfor buon buonfor burdenfor
for hours houl with lh welaht weights of more mor than 100 100pounds 10 10poundll 1Xpounds
pounds tied to the yoke They ley were werealso werealao werealso
also scourged lloourge with 111 ctnlnetals catonlnetails and andtreated andtrte andtreated
treated with every possible Indignity indignityThe
trte IIYOr plble Indlgl7 Indlgl7The x xThe
The Americans Amer cns bore the torture bravely bravelyand brvel7Ilnd
and stood ato up upunhlindfoldedwhiie unblindfolded unblndfolde while hle the Nio Nioaraguan NI NIaJguan Nbariguan ¬
araguan aJguan soldiers solditt fired r the deadly volleys volleysInto yole yoleInto volleysInto
Into their bodies bodiesKven blf bodiesEven
Even the soldiers lIoldler revolted rvoled at the thecruelties thecrell thecruelties
cruelties crell which the Zelaya commander commanderInflicted commanderIn commanderInflicted
In Inflicted cte upon the thl defenceless dfenol Americana Americanaand AmerlcD
and told the condemned condemne men that they theyweru theyWere heyweru
weru sorry Ir eon they bad to obey oby the orders ordersWASHINGTON oren orenW ordersWASIIINOTOt4
WASHINGTON W 4llNOTON Nov 0V 27 27Te 27The The United UnitedStates Unit UnitedStates
States Rttl will wl bend a commission commlslon to Central CentralAmerica Cntrl CntrlAmerr CentralAmerica
America Amerr within wthin a few weeks wtk to investi investigate In1t investigate ¬
gate conditions there The members membersare membr membrar
being selected and their name namewilt nameswill
are ar now noW olnl 1e nmN nmNwi
wilt wi b b be announced 8nnount noon In They Te7 will wi sail sailfrom 11 sailfrom
from New Orleans Orlfns for Port Por Llmon Costa CostaRica Cta CtaRO CostsRica
Rica RicaWhile RO
While Whie the functions functonB of the commission commissionhave comml lon lonIUlve
IUlve have not been bn determined deterine In detail deti it itIs ItII itIs
Is II certain crin that it will wl make mke an Inquiry Inquir into intothe Intothe
the political poltiol situation situaton of the several severalrepublics aT11 aT11republc severalrepublics I
republics republc especially Iplal with wtl reference refereno to toviolations tovlobtlonof toviolations
violations vlobtlonof of the conventions thecnvenUon of the te Pan PanAmerican PanI PanAmerican
American Amercn conference oferen held In Washington Washingtonabout WalngO WashingtonAbout
about two to years yO yea ago It I Is not Known Knownwhether inow utnownwhether I Iwheter
whether wheter Mexico his been bn asked aked to name namea nel nelaalar
a aalar similar comnuealon commo but butuch such acUon Is Isregarded II IIrfgre Isregarded
regarded rfgre as a probable probableAfter probble probableAlter i iAftr
After Aftr several days dy suspense SUI p during duringwhich durng durngwhlcb duringwhich
which telegraphic telerraplo communication ommtnloUon with withManagua withManagui Iih Iihlnl
Managua lnl was Interrupted Interpt the te State Stte De Department 01 Department ¬ i
partment Prtmeni received r lved today tadya a despatch dfth from fromHenry fromHenry fromhenry
Henry Caldera Cldera the American Americn ViceCon ViceConnul VlcCon VlcConIIul
nul there The contents content of the thedOptoh thedOptohwere despatch despatchwere
were not made mlde public publc It was as said how however ho hocer however ¬
ever cer that it contained oontalnl further furtler Information Informationregarding InronUon InronUonrgring informationregarding
regarding the exact status of the two exe executed execute axecuted ¬
rgring exc
cuted cute Americans Amllrcnl Leroy Lry Cannon Cnnon and andLeonard andlnard andLeonard
Leonard Oroce Oro at the time of their cap capture cp capture ¬
ture by Nicaraguan Nlcrag troops troopsMr troop
Mr Cilderan despatch delptoh was wal a relief to tothe tothe tothe
the officers ofcrs of the Department Dprtment as alolorlng alolorlngevidence affording affordingevidence affordingevidence
evidence that he Is safe During tho last lastfew laltfew lasttow
few days while whie telegraphic tclegrphlo communion communication communic ¬
lion ton was WI Interrupted Int rpte there ther have been beenfears bn bnflr beenfears
fears flr that tht he was 14 In a perilous prious situation situationApparently Bltuton BltutonApparently situatIonApparently
Apparently tho State Department Deprment is issatisfied Islotlfie issatisfied
satisfied lotlfie with ith the developments dovelopment of the thelist tbefew thefew
list few days tb YI There Ther are signs slgn that the theZelaya theZlbya theZelsya
Zelaya Government Goverment is disintegrating disintegratinggradually dlslntejtng dlslntejtnggnduaUyond disintegratInggradually
gradually gnduaUyond and no decisive delsivi action acion by tho thoUnited thoUnltl theUnited
United Unltl States Rtatel may be b necessary ner to accom accomplish acom acompllh nocompush ¬
push pllh the dictators dlcLtors downfall dowfal That Tht a avirtual 0virtual avirtual
virtual reign of terror tror exists exist In Managua Managuawas langua languaws
was ws Indicated Indlcte In a despatch desptcb received reive to tonight ta tanlRht tonight ¬
night by Dr Salvador Slvador Castrillo Cutrilo the agent agentIn
In Washington Walhlngon of the tb provisional prolslonaIOover prolslonaIOoverment Govern Government Governmont ¬
ment from Juan J Entrada Ftrda provisional provisionalPresident provlalonl provlalonlPrldlnt provisionalPresident
President The despatch desptch was as D follows followsInform foloW followsInform
Inform Ipon the Secretary Srtry of State Stte Imme Immediately Imme immedistely ¬
diately that tht tho LeglnUttve Lglllatve Assembly at
Managua does doll not exist exilt The revolution revolutionis
is being promoted promot by a combination combintion of ofthoLIberalandConsorvatlvepartlM ofthe ofthe
thoLIberalandConsorvatlvepartlM the Llbnl Liberaland and ConlrvatveprlN Consorvativepnrties The TheDeputies TheDpute TheDeputies
Deputies Dpute are held hel prisoners They Tey are arereported arerporte arereported
reported rporte to be fleeing Olngtho the Nicaraguan Nicaraguancapital Nicaraguanoapltl NIcaraguancapItal
capital capitalSeQor oapltl capItalSeflor
SeQor Slor Estrada Etrda informed Intone Dr Castrillo Castrillothat Catrlo Catrlothat Castrillothat
that the revolutionists reolutonlsts had captured oaptur the theterritory theteritor theterritory
territory teritor In the vicinity vlcinit of Rama RamaCIIICAOO Rma RmaCIICAOO RamaCntcaoo
27bether Whether Ameri Americans Americans
CIIICAOO CIICAOO Nov ov 27 Amencans ¬
cans or not the Nicaraguan Government Governmenthas Ooverment Oovermenthal
has hal the right rght under provisions provlslons of Inter International International InternatIonal ¬
national law to treat as I belligerents blgerent all allwho 11 allwho
who ho act against it If I it Is I true than Can Cannon C Cannon ¬
non and Groce bore arms In support suppor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the insurrectionists lnurrotonilta then there tlere can be no noaction noacton noaction
action acton against aglnlt Nicaragua Icaragua for their deaths deathsThis death deathThis
This is the comment made te today tdllY by byGen byOen bylion
Gen Frederick Frerck Dent Dnt Grant U S A Afollowing Afolowng Afollowing
following folowng the tlll receipt reipt hero of cablegrams cablegramsfrom cablegramfrom
from President PrOldent Zelaya of Nicaragua Nicaraguaexplaining Nlcraeu Nlcraeuexplaining Nicaraguaexplaining
explaining the execution exeouton of the Ameri Americans Amer Americans ¬
cans Cannon Cannonaad and Oroce Oroc Zelaya declared declaredthe decla
the men had hld openly opnly allied aled themselves themselveswith themelve themelvewith
with the revolutionary forces forcs and that thatwhen tht thtwhen thatwhen
when captured they had been n treated trt as asany a aany
any other revolutionists revolutonists would have been beentreated beentreate beentreated
treated treatedI treate
I do not mean to say 87 that it Is II proper properthat propr proprthat properthat
that these thOe men should have been ben exe executed executed axecuted ¬
cuted continued ontnue Oen Grant That Is Isunusual Isunlaual isunusual
unusual unlaual for prisoner prone of war ar and it may mayb mayb maybe
b b be shown how in this tbl instance Instnc that it was In Invery Inever Inevery
very ever way unneoessary unnear But the tfe fact fat re remains r rmains remains ¬
mains that tht If I Zelayas explanation explanaton Is sub substantlated Bubtantat substantiated
stantlated him tantat no action jton can be b taken against againsthim agalnt agalnthIm againsthim
Memphis Wants anti Shlpp Pardoned PardonedMEMPHIS Panlonl PanlonllurlB PardonedMEMPhIS
MEMPHIS lurlB Nov 27 278Igno 27Signi Signed by fully fully60OO fuly
60OO 10 persons prson petitions ptton circulated crculate in inMemphis In1emphll inMemphis
Memphis 1emphll and vicinity were forwarded forwardedtoday fornrde forwardedtoday
today to day to Secretary Scretary Se retary of War Dickinson Dickinsonat Dlcklnln Dlcklnlnat
at Washington Walhlngtn to be b presented prelnt to Presi President Pr Preelilont l ldent ¬
dent Taft TAr asking Mldnl for pardon ardon for Capt CaptJ
J E Hhlpp former Chattanooga Chaltnolll Sheriff Sheriffwho 8herl Sheriffwho
who was WI recently sentenced lIentnced to a short shorttfrm shortterm shortterm
term in Federal prison for contempt contmpt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United UnlL Statei Stte Court Cnr In connection connectionwith connetion connetionwith connectionwith
with race raO troubles trublcs mtUwittntiooga tCItnooga Mrs MrsVirginia Mr MrsVirginia
Virginia VlrRlnl Fraer ra1r Boyle ylt noted note poet of ofthis ofthis otthis
this section lectlon circulated cruh1 noveral oVeral petitions petitionsFrom ptlt Pet s sFrom
From Pier Per M North oth Rtvrr RIveAi RiverAll All the large shIp thlpiol ahlpair shIpot
ol the a Savannah vann h Line tall for or tn < in snany ny Southern Southernlesori Southernaesortstil
lesori aesortstil ll tti4 theOIvInj4CUot nv c nl r c of beau win wtttbe b Ur tonne tonneon founden
nraUol zu4rvaU9c on 10 board bard ir Ttlrpnoae tleprooo 44v t 3u ta Sprmi IprlDC lor Or tickets lcket and al aaazu4rvaU9c
Sadly anly Hook 10ok Fort Finally Fnal Got an Anchored Anchoredflat
flat Bag Ha Down DownNatives Dt DownNatives
Natives Natv of the Highlands Bghlnda of o Naveslnk Naveslnkand Navelnk Navelnkand
and Atlantic Atlntlo Highlands IQhlands on o the Jersey Jerseycoast Jerseyooast
coast 001 observed obefe a strange strang looking object objectfloating objetaoUnl objectfloating
floating aoUnl over oer Sandy Bnd710k Hook yesterday YMtry after afternoon aftr aftrnoon afternoon ¬
noon It I appeared appr to rise rl from fr the thoground tbegolmd theground
ground golmd and med in a southerly direc direction dir diroction ¬
tio tion down do over oer the th proving ground gud range rangeWhen rnee rneeWen rangeWhen
When Wen near nea the beach ch and about abot due east eastof eat eatof eastof
of the Sandy Bndy Hook main mi light lght station tto the thegreat thegt thegreat
gt great ball bl rose roll to a height heaht of about 700 700feet 10 700feet
fet feet more or less le and apparently apprnt7 was waskept waskept s skept
kept captive oaptve by strong trol ropes ro from the theground theoud theground
ground < oud Those Toee who ho were wer provided provide with withtelescopes withtelcp withtelescope
telescopes telcp or field feld glasses glu easily 1117 made madethe mde mdethe madethe
the object objet out to be b a large lar balloon blo made madeof md mdof
of some oll yellow 7elo sllkllke Blklke material mterl Firing Firingfrom FlrC FlrCfo Firingrota
from fo rota the proving ground god could be b dls dlstl dl dltty distitly
tl tty titly frtly heard her on the Jftraey shore hut it itcould ItOld itcould
could Old not no be b seen llen that tht any damage dPlge was wasInflicted ws wsIndcled innsinflicted
Inflicted Indcled on the balloon balloonPassengers blo balloonPassengers
Passengers Puecer on outgoing outgong steamships steamshipsoould IItemshlp
could o ld be b seen aen lined lned up against aclnat the rails railslooking ris rislookig railslooking
looking lookig skyward skard at the floating fotng object objectwhich objet objetwboh objectwhich
which wboh after a while whie seemed to flatten flattenslightly nien niensl flattenellghtlyas
slightly sl < htlyaa as if I having hvlnl lost lot some lIoe of its It gas gasIts gs gsIt gasits
It Its lifting Itlng power Some Soe time tio later ltr at sev several severl several ¬
eral erl times tmc the noise nol of bursting buntne shells and andthe andthe andthe
the flash of fire lr from fro the theime same could be besepn b besen
sepn n hear ber the balloon blo the gunners guers appar apparently appr appretl7 apparehtly ¬
ently etl7 having hvig got go the range rnge Then Ten the big bigbag blebg bigbag
bg bag could be h seen sen coming coin slowly down downto dow
to earth earthThere ertb ertbTere earthThere
There Tere has been bn notice In the news newspapers newIIPprs newspapers ¬
papers Pprs that the Sandy Bndy Hook Hok fort for was wasgoing wasgoing as asgoing
going to try tr shooting sholn < at balloons balloonsWITH blO blOn balloonsIwJ
Charles CarlH A a Mallory Malor Jr r Tells Trll Detective DetectiveAbout Iltetne Iltetnebout IeteetlvesAbout
About bout a Dad Da STOO 70 TOOCheek TOOCheekA Check CheckAs Chrlk ChrlkA
As A A a cab cb drove drve up to tothe the curb in front frontof
of Hammerstelns Hammentln A MusIc Hall Hal yesterdayifternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterday 8terdayaftroon
afternoon aftroon Sergt Rrgt Coney Cy and Detective DetectiveUallom Dtctve Dtctvealom DetectiveMaliorn
Uallom alom noticed notic that the man mn Inside Insidedrew Inllde Inlldedr Insidedrew
drew dr off 01 a false fal mustache mustche and beard br and andexponed ad adexp andexposed
exposed exp the features featur of a 17 1 year old boy boyThey boyTey boyThey
They Tey went ent Into the theatre after aftr hInt hlraand hli hIntand
and asked allko him about the disguise disguiseThe
The bar br said Rid he was aa Charles Chrle A Mal Malory 1al 1allory Mallory ¬
lory ory Jr of Mexico Mexc city olt and that tht he could couldbe coildb
be b found at the 10UI Hotel Cadillac Cdlac They Theywatched Tbeywatched Theywatched
watched him from frm the luck of the house houseand boul houseand
and followed folowed him when hen the perfomrance perfomrancewas promrance promrancea
was a over He went to the hotel hotl and came cameout cameout cameput
out a few minutes mlnut later with wlh the whiskers whiskersagain whiskersagain b ker keraaln
again In evidence So R much mystery mysterydidnt mYlltry mYlltrydldnt mysterydidnt
didnt please plel the detectives detcives and they theytook theytook theytook
took him back bck Into Int the hotel hotl to talk it itover I Iover itover
over At the end of the Interview InterviewMallory InterviewMalory InterviewMallory
Mallory Malory lost 10t his hi nerve nere and told why he hewanted hewat hewanted
wanted wat to escape tp notice noticeHe noto noticelie
He le had hd forged forg a check chec for 700 10 with withila withhis Itb Itbhla
his fathers name a few fo days dlYI ago Raid Raidthe Midthll saidthe
the boy b and he had got gt the indorse indorsement Indor indorsemeat ¬
ment of John L I Browning of the frm frmof firmof firm firmof
of Browning King A Co who
Brwlnl Klnl was a afriend afriend i
friend of his hi father fat heI Mallory Malory Mid Id that thathe I Ihe
he 10 came cme to t thin tbl city cly two to weeks ago and andtie andhe I Ihe
he had hd run out of money mone His Is father fatherlie I Ihe
lie said sid had hd the same ee name lame and ad was wasforeman W4 wasforeman
forman foreman of the stock Btk department department of the tXsMexican tB tBMexIcn theMexican
MexIcn Mexican Stock 8tol Company Cmpny in Mexico Mexicoolty Meico Meicooltf Mexicocity
city The check was cashed ce at the theMutual theMut1 theMutusl
Mutual Trust Tt Company Cmpy Most 11t of the theproceeds theprl theproceds
M proceeds loin prl badbewi had spcntlrTThe spnt spont1fiTheTnder spont1fiTheTnderloin eDdt Tender Tenderloin ¬
loinAs As far as oould ul be b learned lee last night nightthe nlriltthe nightthe
the police pliC have received rive no notification notificationof notifcton notifctonof
of the case cse from frm Mexico Mexic city oltyTEACH 01t7TItOH cityTE4C11
Well el t to olio 10 Do Englishman Fclmma Wants WsbtiSomeOne aUlomf Some One to tofill t toGie i
fill Ghe e Him 11m MBOOeeo P 000000 O8 for Ills 111 Plan PlanSpteial Pla PlaSpfal PlanSpetiat I IINol
Spteial Spfal Cabtt Ca I Dtipttth Vlaltl It Tint T Sex SexLONDON BOxLoNrxp
LONDON INol Nov No 27 27A A long advertise advertisement adYre advertisemeat ¬
ment headed hede To Millionaires lllionalr Only Onlyappeared Onlyappered Onlyappeared
appeared in the te Timr Tm the te other day dayin dy dyIn
in which an ln anonymous anonow advertiser adverser re remarking remrking remarking ¬
marking mrking that tht millionaires milonair were fro frequently rrequently froquently ¬
quently quoted as a complaining cmplaining that tht their theirwealth theirw theirwealth
wealth w lh did not bring happiness to them themand themand themand
and was burdensome burdelome Invited Invted some lIomi die dissatisfied ds dsItsfed diesatisfied ¬
satisfied Itsfed millionaire milonire to t hand over to him himabout himabout himshout
about 1000000 100 I pounds punds sterling Iterlnl US000000 US000000In 100
In order orer that tht he might prove prve the fallacy fallacyof falac
of the complaint complaintHe complint complintle
He le wants wt two to years lrs to prove prye his case caseHe ce cele caseHe
He le will wi undertake underke to keep kep a minute minutediary mlnutodl minutediary
diary dl ry of his hil expenditure ependlturll and submit It Itto Itto Itto
to a committee committ of business budne men who are areto arllto areto
to judge of the success IIUCO or otherwise otherwiseof othenle othenleof
of the experiment elprment He le admits Idmlt that It Itis It itIs
is against human nature nturo to expect expt a agenuine agenuine I Igenuine
genuine reply but theres the offer offerThat oler offerThatthoudvertisemont I IThatbeldveraemontl
That Thatbeldveraemontl Thatthoudvertisemont the advertisement Is neither a joke jokenor Jokenor jokenor
nor a freak frk of insanity Innity seems aems to be b proved provedby I Iby
by an Interviewer who traced trc up the theaspirant theaspirant I
aspirant for wealth Olth and who ho describes describeslilm dccrbo describeshim
him as 4 a perfectly perfely rational man mn anxious anxiousto
to teach tlcb the world In all al seriousness lIerounl a agreat agreAt agreat
great lesson 10on Ho holds a good goo position positionIn piton pitonIn
In a Government Oovmmlnt department at a fixed fixedsalary fxed fxedaI4 fixedsalary
salary salaryHe aI4 aI4Be
He says IY he has known know a number of ofmillionaire ofmllonalrO ofmillionaires
millionaire mllonalrO English and an American but butfound butfound butfound
found almost IlmOt without wthout exception elCpton that tht they theygot theygot theygot
got no pleasure ple ure from their ther wealth welth and andthat andthat andthat
that they the were ere seldom seldo able lb Ie to spend Ipnd it itadvantageously Itadvantgeously itadvantageously
advantageously advantgeously because becuse they the had no nopractice nopraotce nopractice
practice praotce Their whole life lfe had ha been beendevoted beendevot beendevoted
devoted devot to getting cottng money mone and they kept keptgetting keptgettlog keptgetting
getting it as a sheer habit hlblt until its pos possession p poesession ¬
session became bme burdensome burdensomeThis bureloe bureloeTis
This Tis Innominate Innomint wealth welh seeker llekr however howeverhas hoeverh
has h a t scheme lIohee to utilize utize the te income from froma
a million mlion in a manner mnner znannerwhioh whloh he believes believesworthy beleve believesworthy
worthy He does not believe bleve much In Inphilanthropy Inphilnthrop inphilanthropy
philanthropy philnthrop Thescheme Tllsoheme The scheme is notchari notcharitable not ohr ohani ohanitable ¬
table tble nor on the other hand purely purelyselfregarding purelylIeUrepnlnl purelyselfregarding
selfregarding lIeUrepnlnl but is one which will wl do dogood dogo dogood
good go all al around arond and give the spender spenderInterest Bpnder BpnderIntrt spenderinterest
Interest Intrt and occupation oupUon In life lifeIn lfe lfeIn lifeIn
In view vew vIewf f the number numbr of people pple whom whomhe whomhe homhe
he has h met who wo are capable cpble of odd oddactions od odacUon oddaction
actions acUon he does dO not despair depir of getting his bismillion blamllon hismillion
million mllon
HOI ODDLY O D 1 HURT HURTSeriously BlTT BlTT8erloull hURTSeriously
Seriously Wounded ndr When be Electric Eleora Light LightDulb Llht LlhtDalb LightDuib
Dulb Hunts BantsThe Blntl BlntlTe HuntsThe
The Te bursting buntng of an eleotrio eletno light lght bulb bulbdrove bub bubdrove bulbdrove
drove a piece ple of lead Into Intote intothe the left breast breastof bret bretof
of sevenyearold Joseph Robltsky Rbltk of ofII
15 II 1 Chrystle CrlUe street strt yesterday yet afternoon afternoonand aftroon aftroonand
and Injured him so badly bdly that he Is now DO
In Gouverneur Guvereur Hospital HOllpltlln in a serious lIeriou con condition COndlton conditlon ¬
dition ditionIn dlton dltonIn
In a vacant vacnt lot under the te Manhattan ManhattanBridge Manhattn ManhattnBrdre ManhattanBridge
Bridge approach the boy found
Brdre a two twoquart twoquar twoquart
quart quar can and built buit a Are te In It As he hewas h hWt hewas
was Wt leaning leanlnl over putting puttng more sticks sl oks In Inthe Inthll Inthe
the fire fro there was a sharp ahar report repor and andRobitsky andHobltky andRobitaky
Robitsky Hobltky cried cred out that he hI was wa shot shotAt IhotAt shotAt
At thehospital thelolpltal the doctors doctorround found a little littlehole 1111 littlebole
hole dangerously near the boys heart heartbut hNrtbut heartbut
but probing failed faie to locate locat the missile missileJPollceman mlale mlaleolcman missileolIcemar
JPollceman olcman olIcemar Mallon of the Eldridge f1drdgll street streetsAtion stt sttUon streettion
sAtion Uon who wh got the ambulance ambuac examined examinedthe oamlne
the tin tn with wih which the boy had been beenplaying beenplaying beenplaying
playing Inside of it he found foud the ibid shattered Ihlt ibidtered ¬
tered tr remains remanl of an Incandescent Incandecent electric electriclight electro electrolght electriolight
light lght bulb The little lte piece piee of lead used uaedto
to solder slder in the carbon crbon filaments we was wasmissing wa wasmiesthg
missing Thatbit ThatbltOf of lead It U supposed
mlme IUPPOe
i 1 16J
She Had ladBeen IIadHeen Been Charging Carslns Purchases Pr hal to Ac Accounts Ac AccOutl AcConnie
counts cOutl Connie of Present PrtCDt and Former EmloerSa1 EmDIOerHai Em Emplojers
plojers DIOerHai loerSa1 Bays Her ler Wages ale Went m to toHer toler totier i
Her ler Mother MothlrNotKnow MotherNot Not Known by b T Talo TaloCnstno Tlors TlorsConstance lort lortConstance I
Constance Cnstno Taylor a governess goveres In a afamily afaml7 afamily
family faml7 in Summit Sumit N J was arrested arrestedyesterday art arrestedyesterday
yesterday yet ry afternoon atroon on a charge of ob obtaining ob ohtamIng ¬ I
tamIng tining merchandise merchndise from a Fifth avenue avenuedepartment avenuedepmlnt avenuedepartment
department depmlnt store stre on false representation representationlost reprentUn reprentUnItWedneay representatbalaatWedneeday
lost ItWedneay laatWedneeday Wednesday When Wen she IIhewuavlng shewasgiving was giving her hername hernme hernametothe
name nme nametothe to t the police polce the Rlr giniwho irl who Is lall IB years yearsold yeill yeillold yearsold
old Mid Bld that tat she was Wi a niece nie of Talbot TalbotJ Talbt TalbtJ
J Taylor soninlaw Bnlnlw of James R Keen Keenand Relnl Relnland Keeneand
and a member membr of the Stock Stk Exchange ExchangeBefore EchangeBefore ExchangeBefore
Before her employment at the home homeof I
of Mrs 11 C E EWIB Wells at IIS 14 Summit avenue avenueSummit avenueSummit avenueSummit
Summit N J Miss 11 Taylor had a posi position pl pltlon poe1tion ¬
tion with the family famiy of Dr Edgar SThom SThomBon aThomBn
Bon Bn at 19 East Fortyfourth Fortyfour street ltrt She Shewas Shewas
was 4 there for seven months and left lef the thoThomson tbaTomln theThomson I
Thomson Tomln family famly at the end of lost lt summer summerOn summerOn summerOn
On November Novembr 24 last lst Miss Mis Taylor Taylor went wentto ent entto
to the 1Flfth Fifth Fih avenue store according accordingto acrding acrdingto
to the te th store ltre detective detetve John F Larkin Larkinand Lrkin Lrkinand Larkinand
and represented reprlnt herself herelf as Mrs Thorn Thornsons Tom TomBDa Thomsons
sons BDa daughter dulh r She was wa allowed al0wed to tocharge tochrge tocharge
charge chrge to her former employers account accountand accountad accountand
and ad take tke aw ury v with her a handbag handbg some someshirtwaists someshlrtwalste me meIhlrtalst
shirtwaists Ihlrtalst and andolber other articles aricle valued valuedat value
at SMm S 208JI 208JIMm
Mm Thomson Tomaon was WIS In the shop on Fri Friday Frid7 Friday ¬
day d7 She asked aake for a statement llttment of her heraccount heracunt heraccount
account acunt and noticed notc that there were wereentries wereentrO wereentries
entries entrO for the 24th 24h when whfn she knew no nopurchases nopurch nopurchases
purchases purch had been bn made When hen It Itexpline was wasexplained wasexplained
explained expline to t her that a girl who had ha said saidthat sid sidtt saidthat
that she in the familV familVhad fami famihadmade
tt Ihi was Wa a R daughter dugbtr faml famlhd
hd hadmade had made mde the purchasesMm purcbuC1r Thomson Thomsondeclared Thomsondelr Thomsondeclared
declared delr that it was wasimpoesible aalmplble impossible By Byelimination Byeliminaton Byelimination
elimination eliminaton MiNI 111 Taylor was w selected selectedas llelecte
as the probable prohlle purchaser and tho de detective detUve detective ¬
tUve tective was able to trace tc her hr through the theYoung tbeYoung theYoung
Young Womens omenB Christian ChrlUan Association Associationwhere Allaton Allatonhere Associationwhere
where she had stopped topp overnight overght and andwhereshe andherse andwherekhe
whereshe herse had given the Summit Slmmlt address addreanShe addr addressShe
She was wa found in Summit yesterday yesterdayafternoon 10trday 10trdayat yesterdayafternoon
afternoon at moon and nd at first rt denied denie having havingcharged havingchagl havingcharged
charged chagl goods los to another persons prns ac account account account ¬
count An hours questioning resulted resultedin result
in her ter admitting admlttng that sdld sb h did it and she shestarted shetr shestarted
started tr upstairs uptalr to t get the things thingsWhile thlngllWble thingsWhilu
While Wble I am about It I might as 8 well wellget wel waIlgot
get Iet the other thlngstoo thing things too she said sid to toLarkin tolrkln toLankin
Larkin When she came came down dow she brought broughtnearly broughtnearly broughtnearly
nearly 200 0 worth of articles artcle which she shesaid IIbeald shesaid
said ald she had hld secured ered at various varous other otherdepartment otherdeplutmtnt otherdepartment
department stores atr by using ulng Mrs Ars Wells Wellscredit Weil Weilcrldit Wellsscredit
credit In the lot was wa a suit a set of offurs otfur offurs
furs fur worth worh S76 75 three Iblrwalst shirtwaists valued valuedat
at S23 25 each and
15 ech handbags hadbR embroidery embroideryShe
She explained that she had had no noIntent noIntent nointent
Intent to steal stl Her father was in a sani sanitarium lIanltrnm son sontanium ¬ I
tarium trnm she said 8d and her mother who wholived whoIve wholived
lived Ive In a town tow upState upStt had hjd no income incomeother Incme Incmeother incomeother
other than what wht she Ihe received rive from her herdaughUr herduhtr herdaugbter
daughUr duhtr For Forher her services lIelce as governess governessshe gover governedshe
she was paid 130 13 30 a month and all al of this thisshe thl thisshe
she Mild she Ihe had been bn sending to t her hermother hermother hermother
mother mother In order orer to keep up appearance appearanceshe apparano
she somehow somehowMiss lomehollM somehowMiss he had been bn obliged obl to t get the Iht things thingssomehow thing thingssomehow
Miss llM Taylor consented onent to t go back to tothe tothe tothestorewith
the thestorewith stre store with wth Lsrkin lrkn Larklnandsbewaa and she abewaa was arrested arrestedthere art arrestedthere
there At the West Thirtieth street
WOt Tirtieth stret eta station It etation ¬
tion she told the story Btor of her relationship relationshipto flatonhip flatonhipto
to Talbot J Taylor She Sheaa was permitted permittedto pnltt
to send a note not tothe t to the Stock Exchange Exchangemember Exchangllmembr Exchangemember
member membr Some Sme one from Mr Taylors Taylorshouse TalorshoWo Taylorshouse
house hoWo telephoned uephoned to the station atton house to toask t toask
ask about the case but no attempt at mpt was wasmade waamae wasmade
made mae to give ave barf CJ1 for the girl girlMr ld ldMr girlMr
Mr Taylor alor was aa away away from his home homelast homelaat homelast
last night night His wife wfe said ald that tht he had ha no noniece nonle noniece
niece nle < e of the age which Constance ContC Taylor Taylorhad Taylorhad Taylorhad
had given His two brothers brothel were wereyounger wereyoungr wereyounger
younger youngr than tba himself himsel and neither had n ndaughter ndaughter adaughter
daughter as 4 old as the governess govere Mm MmTaylor MI MrsTaylor
Taylor was wa disposed to t believe belove that thlt the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young woman was I Insane InsaneMRS Ins InsAneMRS ne neURS
She lhe Claims Foreign FOrIs Residence R ldlre and the theImmunities thllImmunll theImmunities
Immunities Immunll of Expatriation ExpatriationMrs F atrlaton atrlatonll
Mrs ll George Oerge Law Lw who bo arrived arved on Fri Friday F Friday ¬
day by the e Cunarder Mauritania Maurtnla was wasforced wasforc wasforced
forced forc to leave several of her trunks trnks on ontho onthe onthe
the pier In charge of the customs Ctoms officials officialswho otclals otclalswho omclalswho
who were not satisfied 8ts ed with wih her declara declaration dtlar declaration ¬
ton tion that she was a foreign resident residentMrs rsident rsidentre residentMrs
Mrs re Lawnot long ago alo announced announc her In Intention Intnton intention ¬
tention tnton of ofliving living lving permanently penanenty abroad and andshe andabe andshe
she has h a residenoaaccordlng reldlnceacorlng to the Social SocialRtglilrr Sofal SofalItgft SocialRegister
Register Itgft at SB Avenue dAntln Paris ParisUnder ParisUnder ParisUnder
Under the new rule rle Americans Amlrlcn cannot cannotclaim cnnot cnnotclaim cannotclaim
claim foreign foreig residence rldeno unless unll they have haveeen hve hveben havebeen
ben been > > een continuously contnuouly abroad abrod two years yearsDeputy YO yoajgDeputy I
Deputy Surveyor John J Raczklowicz Raczklowiczwho Hcklewic
who has h charge chrge of ofthe the Inspecting Ilplng force forceon foro
on the pie piers said Bld ho had Information Inrormaton that thatMrs thatMn thatMrs I
Mrs Law L had been bn in New Yprk within a ayear aYlr ayear
year yearThat
That Is the reason rton a number of her dozen dozentrunks dozentnanks dozentrunks
trunks containing contining gowns gown and other per personal personal r rBonl ¬
sonal Bonl property r > sho had brou brought bt on the theother flueother he heotber
other side aid rpry were ere sent to t the Appraiser AppraiserStores ApprallrRtOr8 AppraiserStores
Stores RtOr8 Deputy Dputy Collector Coler John Cuatree CuatreeWilliams Gre CuatreeWilliams
Williams Wllamsi who bo came Ome up from frm Quarantine Quarantineon Qurantne Qurantneon
on the Mauretaula 1 auretail was as appealed apple to by
Mrs MI Law Lw to help her and ad he put the te puzzle puzzleup pUue pUueup
up to Deputy Surveyor Sureyor Raczklowicz Raczklowiczlira Rcklowlc
lira 11 Law Lw claims cll no residence rldenc In America AmericaCollector Amerc AmericaCollector
Collector Clecor Ix LJb Loob > ib will wi decide decde on Monday Mondaywhether Mond Mondaywhether
whether or not she Bhl Is entitled entte to be classed classedas
as a a foreign foreig resident rldent under tho new cl rule ruleIt ruleI ruleIt
It I Is said ald tho value vlue of the things held up is isabout I isabout
about abut 3000 saoooTIEVI 3000TIEUP 0 0IEUr
A Block 010 of Fifteen Ffteea Minutes In Rush Hours HoursUnder lourl lourlUnder hoursIJoder
Under the Hudson HudsonThe Indon IndonTe hudsonThe
The Te Hoboken to Cortlandt Crtadt street stret tube tuboof tubeof tubaof
of the Hudson Hudon tunnels tunel was tied ted up com completely completly cornpletely ¬
pletely pletly for fifteen ffen minute mlnlU last lt night at atrush atr atrush
rush hour and trafflo was interfered
trfo s Interer with withfora withfor
r wtb wtbfor
fora for a half hal hour by the dropping of a shoe shoecausing sbo shoecausing
causing Oualnl a short slr circuit circuitThe cirlit cirlitTll circuitThe
The Tll trouble truble occurred ourd at S57 5 57 oclock oclockon
on a train that tht was Hearing Cortlandt Cortlandtstreet Cortlandtstreet
nerng Corlndt Corlndtstret
street stret after ar after its It under river trip The Theemergency Theeergenc TheemergencY
emergency eergenc block was WI pulled pulod and the thepower thepwer thepower
power shut off DI that tst section BcUon while hle work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men pwer removed the te shoe IIho and the difficulty
A good go many Jersey J ney commuters ommutl got gottired gottir ot ottIred
tired tir of waiting aIUnf and went back bck for the theonce theonc theonce
once onc to the old fashioned fahlone ferries ferriesAO ferie terriesNo l
When W n Klrctrlo Power Oave GaTi Out Some One OneSent OneSent
Sent 8 nt Alarming Report lleportSAN Reort ReortSAN ReportSAN
SAN FBANCHCO Flu NCIICO Nov 27 2711e 27The The local localeleotrio locl locleletrlo localelectric
electric eletrlo power company broke broe down downtonight downtonhtht downtonight
tonight and the result rOult was no telephone telephoneor
or r telegraph telgraph communication cmmunicton for an hour hourand hourand hourand
and a half haf and no tO electric eletrlo lights light The TheWestern Te TeWest TheWestern
Western West em Union has h4 an Independent plant plantIn
In Its basement but it took some Ime time to toget togot
got It started It arte meanwhile remwhle some Ime one sent sentout sentout sentout
out on tho Postal Post Telegraph Telegaph wires wlr6 a report reportof
I of a big earthquake ehqUke and nd alarmed llane all reprt reprtof coast coastcities cot cotcte coastcities
Jure cities cte kretody today There Tere was I not the to slightest Uites shock shockJure Bho BhoI shockkretody
iI A Ay
Morgan lorsan Contribution Cotrlbnlon to the HudsonFul HudsonFulton lut onF ¬
ton Inhibit Fhlblt to Be Left Llt an a a Loan LoanJ La LaJ
J P Morgan has Informed the te acting actingdirector actlnl actingdtrector
director ditor of the Metropolitan MetropolLn Museum Museumthat Museumthat fuseumtht
that tht at the tll close CI08 of the HudsonFulton HudsonFultonexhibition ludsonFultn ludsonFultnexhibiton IludsonFUltOnexhibition
exhibition exhibiton he will w1 leave levo all al the pictures pictureswhich plctll plctllwhich pictureswhich
which he has contributed contribute to din tb exhi exhibition exhibiton exhibition ¬
bition biton In the museum as a a loan loanThe loanThe
The Te list lst Is as a follows followsLandscape f01oa followsLandecapo
Landscape Lnd8capo With Wih Figures Fl11rS and Cattle CattleAelbett Catte CatteAelbr CattleAelbert
Aelbett Cuyp Children Playing Cards Cardsand Cardsand
Aelbr Chldrn Plying Cars Carsand
and Girls With Cat Dirk hats lals Mlchlel Mlchleldo Mlclel Mlclelde
de Wael Portrait of a Lady Ly Hoer HoerBodolphe Hor IIOerBodolphe
Bodolphe Bolphe and Vrouw Bodolphe lolph Frans FransHals Fran FransHale
Hale 111 Trevor Landscape Lndcp and an Holford HolfordLandscape Holord HolordLsp HolfordLandscape
Landscape Lsp Molndert Hobbema Iobbem Two TwoWomen Twj TwoWomen
Women and Child Cil In Courtyard Courtyard Pleter Pleterdo
do Hooch Hooh AVisit A to t the Nursery Gabriel GabrielMeUu OabrlelMetau GabrielMetsu
MeUu Portrait Portrit of Himself HlmNt Nlcolaes NlcolaesRuts Nlcle NicolaeeRuts
Ruts Rul and A Young Painter Rembrandt RembrandtCottage nmbrandt nmbrandtCottge RembrandtCottage
Cottage Cottge Under Trees TreJacb Jacob van Rule Ruisdael RulsIdael Ruledael
Idael dael Lady Ly Writing WrUng Johannes Johnne Vermeer VermeerOf
Of these the pictures plctu three thr were exhibited exhibitedIn oxhlblte
In the museum mUlum previous to the present presentexhibition preentexhibiton presentexhibition
exhibition one was a purchased purhse since the theopening tbeIIOpning theopening
opening of the exhibition exhibiton and twelve twelvewere telvo telvoere twelvewere
IIOpning London and Paris Parisespecially Pulaepeialy Parisespeciallyorit
were ere sent nt over from Lndon ard
especially epeialy especiallyorit especiallyoritiriir for It ItWHIP ItTlll
Georfcla GU la lolt Iloh Go After Afttr turn 11m Because He HeOrdered le leUrdee lieOrdered I
Ordered Urdee Negro Escort Iturt for Girl GirlDAWSON GirlDAwaoN GirlDAwsoN
DAWSON Ga Nov 27H C GlltmrUtof GlltmrUtofDetroit Olobrisof OlobrisofDetrit GilbniitotDetroit I
Detroit Detrit Mich JUob who ho until unU today tdy was wassuperintendent wa wasuprn wansuperintendent I II
superintendent ndent of the telephone tlepbone exchange exchangehero I
hero was whipped this afternoon aferon by a anumber anumber anumber
number of whiPP citizens citzen on onaccount account acunt of an at attempt attmpt attempt ¬
tempt tmpt by Gilchrist Glcbrlat to t force forci girls employed employedin employe
in the exchange exchnge to t accept aOCpt a negro negr porter porteras portr portras
as escort escortOne elrt elrtOne escortOne
One of the girls was detained rather ratherlate ratherlate ratherlate
late last night and was afraid araid to go home homealone homealone homealone
alone Gilchriat Olchrilt told the girl a negro negrocould nlgr nlgrcould negrocould
could escort elrt her bel She refused rerue indignantly indignantlyand Indigntly Indigntlyand
All the thegirls theglrle thegirls
and today tda told her companions ompnlonl Al
girls in the exchange exchnge struck IItrck and Gilchrist Gilchristresigned OUchrllltrlgnoo Oiicbristresigned
resigned rlgnoo at noon non stating lttlng that the people peopleof pople popleor
of Dawson were wer too t sensitive about the thenegro thenegr thenegro
negro negr question questionMeanwhile queston questonMenwhie questionMeanwhile
and andGilchrist andOlchrl andGilchrist
Meanwhile Menwhie a mob was a gathering
Gilchrist Olchrl t tried to escape e pin In an automobile automobileHis automobie automobieIls I
the mob moband mohand moband
His Ils car was W4 halted halt however howe1r by i
and he was taken out and whipped hlpp till ti the theblood theblood theblood
blood lowed tlowe He 1e was W4 also ale forced ford to r sign signan i
an abject apology apolog to t the tie telephone girls girlsand girlsand girlsand
and then allowed alowe to go goSELL goSII goSEll I
Paris Par Mont de Plete Pietehia Has I 45O 50 Pounds of ofUengans ofGewsa oricwgws
Uengans Pawned Patd by b Abdul Abul Aria AzizKprcidt A7J7Sptdl AriaSpecial I
Special Sptdl Cable C t Dtipalclt Dath it Tm Ta SDK SDKPAWBfNov HIN HINPAR tOxPaiusrNov
PAWBfNov PAR rNov 27 27he The Mont de Piete Pieteas PI t t tas
as a Frances Frcs State Stt monopoly moopoly for pawn pawnbroking pw pawnbraking
braking brking Is entitled entied announced aounc this morn morning mor mornlag ¬
ing by b large lage white advertising averising bills billswhite bis biswhit billswhite
here for official officialnotices officialnotices
white whit being bing reserved rered ofcial ofcialnotc
collection of ofjewels ofjewels ofjewels
notices notc the sale Ile of a rich colecton
jewels beginning bginning on December Dembr 8 I and last lasting wtIng lasting ¬
ing a week weekThese wek wekTe weekThese
Te These although the advertisement advertisementdoes onrtillement
does dOnot not state stt the fact fat are some lome of the thecrown to toc taocrown
Abduijiris exSuItan Sukan of ofMorocco ofMor ofMorocco
crown c Jewels jels of AbdulAziz AbulAzh ex uu
Morocco Mor who pawned pwed them tem for 1200000 1200000franca JO 1200000tranceLy40tXX
franca tranceLy40tXX JWOOO two to years 7ea ago ao gt As A the theInterest th thIntt theInterest
Interest frnCJ240 Intt otTteoinoney o oTh nn niilancedhe aHvanoeoThoe iOh not notbeen notbn notbeen
been bn paid pid they theym will be b sold sld at auction auctionThe aucion aucionTe auctionThe
The Te collection cl c ll ction lon contains ott hundreds hundr of ofpearls ofprls ofpearls
pearls prls and twenty watches athe the whole wholeweighing wholeweighing holeelgblng
weighing 450 4 pounds poundsB4VK pud pudDAK poundsD4XK
Lake City Ciy f 8 C Stan Caught Ca pt In New NewJersey Newe NewJersey
Jersey e e After Atfr Long Lns Trip TripPniUADKLPHiA Tp TpPDLP TripPUILAVZLPBL
PniUADKLPHiA PDLP Nov 27 2Dlel 27Daniel Daniel E EMotley EMotey EMotley
Motley Motey who was w assistant Istnt cashier Ohler of ofbnk a abank abank
bank bnk at Lake Lke City Ct S C was arrested arrestedtoday art arrestedtoday
today ty on 0 a farm fan in Salem Sem county couty N J Jand Jand Jand
and held by Justice JOto Garrison Garsn without withoutball wtho withoutball ut utbn
ball bn to await awit requisition requiliton papers ppl from frm his hishome hisholl hishome
home holl town tow He admitted admited to Detective DetectiveSmith Dtetve DtetveSmith DetectiveSmith
Smith that tht he had h taken 1100 10000 from fr the thebank thobnk thebankbut
bank bnk bankbut but said that tt a flying fyng trip tp to Europe toEuropeand Europeand Eup
and a few re girls grl In Nova No Scotia Sta quickly quicklyused qUloyud qulokiyused
used ud up the money moneyAlthough moe moneyAlthough
Although Alhough Motley Motey first denied deie his hs Iden Identity Ido Identlty ¬
tity tl he soon In broke brk down dow and admitted admittedthat admited admitedtbt admittedthat
that tbt he was the man wanted wantedI
1 was assistant Ilstnt cashier hi r the Lake LakeCity lkeCty LakeCity
City Cty National Natonal Bank Bnk he said Ild and was wasmixed wasmixed a amixed
mixed UP in a t big real rl estate ett deal del We Wehad Wehd Wehad
had hd a surplus lIurlus of 10 20000 and one oe night nightI Ilght
I took tk just half hlf of this thi Intending Intnding to return returnit rtur
it later lter Then Ten I saw IW this was wa impossible impossibleand Impble Impbleand
and slipped slipp out outMRS out1RS outMRS
Her Husband lulband Wai al Tammany Candidate Candidatefor
for Assembly A embl In the a lit litMrs IltMr litMrs
Mrs Mr Rose Walton Waltn of 263 West Wet 131st 131ststreet 131statret 131ststreet
street atret committed comlltt suicide sucide last lt night by bydrinking b7drinking bydrinking
drinking moat mot mo of the te contents cntnt of a bottle bottleof bot
lof of lysol She was tho wife Ife of Harold Bar14 S SWalton SWalton
Walton Waltn who bo was W defeated defetld for Assembly Assemblyman Ably Ablyon ¬
man on the Tammany Tammay ticket tcket In the theTwentyfirst theTwentlrt theTwentyfirst
Twentyfirst Twentlrt Assembly district districtA dltlct
A maid mid In the house houe heard heir groans g com coming comIng corning ¬
ing from frm the bathroom bthrm on the second secondfloor led ledloor secondfloor
floor loor about 11 1 oclock oolok and when hen shfe Bhtwent Bhtwentup went wentup
up she sh found Mrs 111 Walton with wth a bottle bottleon botle botledn
She had lost lostconsciousness lostconsciousnass
on the floor foo beside her hd 10t 10tcOlcolts
consciousness cOlcolts by the time tme Dr Eleeberg Eleeberggot Kobg Kobggot
got there ther and Id died die a half hour afU ar she shewas shoWI shewag
was WI found foundMr foud foudMr foundMr
his wifes suicide suloldoto
Mr Walton attributed atribut sulodo sulodoto
There two small smallchildren smallchildren
to melancholia melncholi Ter are are smal
children ohldr In the family familyCHRISTY famly famlyCHRUTr familyCHR1STI
Artist Gels Custody Clto of Daughter Pending PendingHearing Pedlns Pedlnsliarlnc PendInghearing
Hearing HearingZANEBVIIAE liarlnc liarlncZUn8VLE hearingZitE8V11LE
ZANEBVIIAE ZUn8VLE Ohio Nov 27 21Hoar 27Howard 27HowardChandler Howard HowardChandler
Chandler Cndler Christy Crty accompanied aoopnied by his hisdaughter hi hidughtr hisdaughter
daughter dughtr Natalie Natle whose Wh0 custody cutoy la I I sought soughtin sougt sougtIn
in the habeas hba corpus CoUI suit sut brought brucht Ly his hiswife hi hiswife
wife wlellble Mabelle Thompson Tompon Christy Crt7 of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York appeared appar in court curt today toy to t answer answerthe aer aerthe anwerthe
the charges ehrlM of his wife le Mrs MI Christy ChristyIs Crt
Is 1 still sti In the East and Ind a continuance oontnuow oontnuowgnte was wasgranted wasgranted
granted until unti December Dcmbr 17 1 Christy Cr18t7 was wasallowed w waloe wasallowed
allowed gnte the custody cueto7 of tho child ohld pending pendingthi pdig pdigt pendingthJu
thi aloe t final fl hearing hering despite depit the protest prtet of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Christys Crtys attorney attorneyNatalie attore7 attore7Natle attorneyNatalie
Natalie Natle Christy Cristy whom Mrs MI Christy Christydeclare Crty Crtydoclr christydeclares
declare doclr Is not being bln properly prprly dressed drss or oreducated o oeduoated oreducated
educated bears bl a striking strlng likeness lkones to her hermother hermothor hermother
mother She was wa dressed in a fine tll white whitesuit whit whitsuit whitesuit
suit white wble stockings stookng tan tn shoes sho white whitebeaver wbltebeer whitebeacer
beaver hat ht and a dark drk fur fu coat OOt She ap appeared applr apperted ¬
peared healthy and happy hppy and took a achildish achidish achildish
plr childish chidish Interest In the proceedings proceedingsclosely pring proceedingsclosely
closely doely watched by her aunts aunt Misses Mi Rose Roseand R Roseand
and her grandparents grandparentsChristy grandparentChristy
and Ind Kate Christy CriBty hergrandprnt
Christy has apparently apprenty been bn muzzled muzzledby muzze
by his attorneys atomeys One Oe of them saw saw him himtalking himtalking I
talking tlking to the newspaper nesppr men and pulled pulledhim pule pulehim pulledhim I
him away but pot not before bfor Christy Crty had haddared hd hddar haddared
dared dar his wife to tollalVshe tolallsle tolL usllshe knew of their theirNew thei theirNew
New York life lifeFanchotte 1ft lifeFanchtte
Fanchotte Fancb tt Brltt Christys Crlstys French model modeland moel moelTalbt modeland
and Talbot Talbt his hl English En llh model moel who wen wenexpected wereexpected ere ereepct
expected epct to t fgUluge11 figure largely In J the hearing hearingwere hearng hearnge hearingwereaotpaeeeat
not t4
were wereaotpaeeeat e ao pre
1 1Uann
Mann of Illinois Ilnol One ofMpcakcrCa ofpeakerCUeulrnantl oripeakerCalIheI oripeakerCalIheILIeutenants a a aUeutenanti >
LIeutenants li I tli Ilf the t AntNor Alth AlthAe Auitherflie AuitherflieAre TH THAre
Are Ae Designed Jelcnnl In Part Pat He le ayt f jffC jffCAtert ij ijAert
Art a Tariff Trll liar ar nun 1ltl Caaida CaaidaWASUIKQTON CaI CaII Canada4 Canada4WA8uzajON
WASUIKQTON A8UIlQlON Nov ov 27 7A A partial prt partialvision I ai aivllon ttf ttfvision
vision vllon of the AldrichPayne AldrlchPaynet tariff art au auproposed if ifproposed
proposed prp In a series of mOUt measures to topresentod topresented c
presented prllntd in the House on DooembMT DooembMTby DO
by Ranreiiatitlvj Rpr hty JRTIM JI R Mian MianIllinois da daIllinois l
Illinois Ilnol cbolrm oharm in In of thn thl Come Comeon Comon Comason
on Interalata Intralt3 and In1 Forolan foNIn Comi Comiand Cn Comnio Comnioand
and one of ohbe the chief duo lie leteI1 lioztenznta jtouiuU t of 8 6Cnon 8Cannon SCannon
Cannon Cnon In the Houao Houo Tho ho dl dlwhich t dtsouui dtsouuiwhich t
which those rntniurei reure I will willtend wi cuss 1 1tend
thoe cw cwt cwtondto
tend tondto to encourage tho tho agitation agitationnow agittO u1 u1now
now Is under way wey in many States Stt of ofWest O O1West
West Wet for a gonevl glnu icvislon Icvllol of oft t ttariff tbe tbetariff
tariff t lr law Mr lr i lorna Icnlla bills bia and andtlons andtlon zii ziiions
ions tlon are Ire designed in part par as B he h ej ejit tltP eZpt eZptit
it to avert aver a tariff trll war wr with withalthough wit Cs Csalthough
although alhough one of them la Isgflterat general ta taapplication I Iapplication
application appl0ton i iIn I IIn
In a statement issued luo tonlg tonlgMann to toiIgl3janhi I r ran
Mann an declares delrM that the country countrywell 01tt 01ttwel countiywe
well wel we be alarmed Ilrmed at It the danger dangerwar dngirofa of ofwarwlth
war warwlth with Canada Cda growing growig out otitot of oUh oUhwo the theon I Ion
on wood wo pulp and nd print paper paperby ppr paputby
by the AldrichPayne net netIncluded nctInclude actIncluded
Included Include in the series serle of ofto ofto ofto
to be blntruc introduced by Mr Mann Ma is isresolution I Iresolution
resolution rluton postponing p0tponlg the theof appJ app appof
of the maximum malmur tariff trll from frm ApriLl ApriLlto AprU AprUto
to January Janunr 1 1911 I 1 Another resell resellprovides r read readprovides
provides that th t the maximum tariff tariffbe trl tAri tAribe
be b held not to apply to wood wo pulp pulpprinting p pulpprinting lfF lfFprinting
printing paper ppr imported Imprte from frm rota CnrtadaV CnrtadaVA 1i 1ibi
A bill bi to encourage a ned aadcommere nedcommerce d dcommerce
commerce commere between the United Unitedand Unit Unitedand
and the Dominion Dminion of Canada Canadawill Cna Canadawill
will wi be introduced Intruc by Mr 11 Maria Mariavidea MaI Ma n nvides
vides vldel that Canadian Cnadian wood wo pulp p1p and andpaper a andpaper
paper ppr shall ahal be admitted admitt free fr of ofon dS dSon
on the condition cndition precedent prent that thator tht C Cor
or o the provinces prvinc in which wood woodor wOcl
or printing paper ppr is I manufactured manufacturednot manufntu
not forbid or restrict rtrict or Impose Impse any anyduty anyduty 7
duty or export epr license Icena fee fe upon upn upnp uponpaper pt ptpaper
paper p pr mechanically mehnicly ground gund wood woodor o peIp peIpor
or wood used me in tho manufacture manufacturewood manufatU4 manufacturetwood
wood ood pulp pulpThe pulpThe
The Te Mann resolution rMlutlon postponing postponingdate pstponlal 1h4 1h4date
date dt on which whl h the maximum maimum tariff tariffbecome tri tanibecome
become bme operative opmtve may have hve tb tbof th thsupper thsupperof
of the Administration It is known knownMr ow th thMr
Mr 11 Mann recently renty discussed dlsuM the SUB SUBwith 11 subjs subjswith
with the President Under this thisvision tl pMi pMivision
vision vIIon of the Payne law lawth lawthIs the theis PresM PresMis
is authorized authorizd tb ro Impose Impse maximum maximumof mxim ut rfr rfrof
of duty on the products prouct of any anythat a7 a7tbatdlrlmlnt oousstI7 oousstI7that
that tbatdlrlmlnt discriminates against aalnt the thap thapof pi piof pre4jaot3T pre4jaot3Tof
of the United Unit States Stt The enfoi enfoiof oro oroof enfoof
of this thi provision in the tbeca tbecaIt case of CJw CJwIt QsMEit
It is l feared for by b persons prn interested interestedresult Itrt syresult
result reuE in a t commercial commeil war that thatbe tlt tltb thathO
be b very vrydlmaglg damaging to tho trade tr of ofcountry ofut ofcountny
country ut withtheDprnmtofl withtheDprnmtoflThe Uh tenmlnron
The Te subject of the commercial f ftlons reR reRtiona t
tlons tlon of the to United Unite States Stt commelr with wt the theminion t Da Daminion
minion minon is I now under uder serious IrOUI considera consideration 0 oonaldeesthat ¬ 1 1Uon
that by the to tariff trl board br whlchjs wic which Is aeil aeilunder aoUg aoUgunder
under uder the te instructions Intrcto of the theThe te teTll Preelrit PreelritThe a
The Tll contention contntion is made me by bynected b7pAo peraoneec peraoneecnected
nected ne with Ith the thePresident to Adlnstrto Admlnistratto 1M4 1M4President i
President Pident Taft has h wide wde powers pwr of ofcretion oforation
oration in the maximum maximunavision
cUon enforcing ti mxU po ps psvision
vision vllon of the te law Jw but there tere ls 1 reason reasonbelieve rt 0 0believe
believe bleve that tht the ti President Pident would wouldrelieved wr fsI fsIrelieved
relieved releed if the te date dt of its 11 enO en enwas rnfnrnmisnsvj rnfnrnmisnsvjwas
was postponed ptpned aa proposed prop ln lte lteroluton < Ute theresolution = afaisf J Jresolution
resolution resolutionWhen roluton rolutonWen resolutionWhen
When Wen the maximum mxmu provision of flit flitnew Ih Ihnew
new law Jw was W considered conder ploat In Int the theobjection esss esssobjection
objection objeon was w made me to t It on onthat O te tett the o othat
that tt its it operation opraUon would od result rt ia iaimposition is isimposition
imposition ImplUon of a rate mtof of duty dt on O v wi4 wi4pulp > 4 4pulp
pulp and print prnt paper pp far fa la I exoap ezo e e ethat f fthat
that tt provided by the to Dingley Dile lay JW Is Isthe Iathe
the Payne Pyno bill bi print pnt paper ppr was 1 tsVMJL tsVMJLat 114at
at the te rate rat of S 2 instead It of ofN M a aprovided ton h M Mprovided
provided by tho Dingley law lw The Te Tebl Tajwf Tajwfbill Pays4bill
bill bl as approved apprTe by President Pde Taft T Tfbrind MtVi MtViried
rind re a rate of 975 1 75 a ton t on the tP produet produetThe pgo4uThe <
The Te charge was made mdll In I the t House that thatwith i hs4with
with wtb the te application applOUo of the temn1 maxiaraas maxiaraastariff maxIvtariff
tariff trll the rate rte on print paper pPlp might mightash1ghant0atonacoordgtotheva34 gsj gsjas i ia
as a ash1ghant0atonacoordgtotheva34 ash1ghant0atonacoordgtotheva34of high hg as a S 11 < 0 a ton tn according aorgto tothe t nriwlf nriwlfof >
lof of the commodity commodityMr commot
Mr Mann Ma was W chairman oh ot ot otcommittee hespM M Mcommittee l
Icommltt committee created oet by b the theHotJ House floiiaeto t Jivr Jivrquire Jequite
quire into Int tho operations oprton of the te tePper sooaNfsf sooaNfsfpaper eoes d dpaper
paper Pper trust trs following folowg the t formal for dumsiUI d desn4of i iof
of publishers that thatwno4 thatwno4pulp
some Bme newspaper DOpapr publlhe t woo woopulp f
pulp and print prnt paper ppr bo b placed pl e on onfree than thanfree tC
free fr list ls It was aa on thereoomm6Bdattemi thereoomm6Bdattemiof the rme reoommeadst1e reoommeadst1eoftheMainoomm1ttecthat
of oftheMainoomm1ttecthat the Mann Ma committee oommltt that tt the te Committesj Comml Cosanditeson j jon
on o Ways Way and Means Me incorporated Ioorrat a avision prov provvision I Ivion
vision vion in h the Payne Paye tariff trU bill bU ruo reducing thi Ibqtari E Etrll j jtariff
tariff trll on print prt paper ppr Mr Mann M 1 1expressed tody todyexpressed
expressed expr the fear fer that tt If I wood woodprint wo pp pulp aM aMprint
print prt paper ppr were not oxemptod Ixempt from fr rf rfapplication t tapplication
application applicaton of the maximum maxium tariff ttW tarlltroub tarlltroubis troubj troubjIs
Is I sure sur to come to t the grand gd old ol partjv partjvand paslyand
and ad agitation agittion may galvanize galvlztr the tarWj tarWjInto tas1f tas1finto
Into a real rllvi live issue for use u by the ten D Dei Deiocrats n nocrats
ocrats ot In the te Congress Cg campaign Cpalg of 1M 1MThe 161 1MThe
The Mann Man bills bll will wi be b referred rfer w wIntrouc arises whatIntroduced = V VIntroduced
Introduced Introuc to t the te Committee Cmmlt on O WJ WJId Wr Wrand Wa Waand
and Id Means Mo but Mr M Mann Ma may mi pia piafight 4 1 j
fight In the thHoW House to t have hv tho bill To etti etticourage a acourage JJ JJcurg
courage curg and ad promote pomot commerce cmmer f fthe betwe betwethe
the United Unt States Btt and ad the Dominion Dmlor r re retarred X 1 1f
f erred to the te Committee Cmmitt on Interstate In tltt aasVr aasVrForeign sa4 sa4Foreign i iForei
Foreign fer Forei Commerce Cmmer of which he ta It the newrj newrjchairman new newchairman J1 J1chiran
chairman chiran He BeaTthtunderter Besaysthat says that under undertherukebhi undertherukebhibfllmay the ndetMsKt ndetMsKtbill
bill bl bfllmay may my be b taken tken takenaway away aa from frm th te the Ways WaysaMeans W WMI aM aMMeans
Means MI Committee Ctt If I it should oud fall fa failportthe toiW toiWport
port prtemeuad portthe the measure meaaureand and referred rfertt to theCeaP the Arr Coil Coilmittee i imlttee
mlttee mlt on Commerce Cmer which hlo would Wli WlibUe1s iM ksbelieves a abelievespromptly
believespromptly bUe1s believes House Hou RouseThe prmply promptly place plO it Itbfo before betoiethi betoiethiRouse < ta4 y > g gHouse
r rThe
The T Mann Man bills bW undoubtedly Wdoubtl will w pro proyoke preiok
yoke a discussion do of the tet tariff early el te I ib ibsession t1 t1811o tire tiresession
session 811o Doubt Doub1 is expressed ertt erttCon that Speaker SpeakerCannonisawarethat t tCannon
Cannon Con Cannonisawarethat Is I aware Bwtt that they te arotobofeirajj aretoe1atce aretoe1atceducod t j jduo
duoed duo and It a not nt known ko here he wnaiMrT wnaiMrTCannons irhatMrcannone Itl ItlOous
Cannons Oous attitude att wl will bo b toward tt then thenMr seesMr
Mr Mann Ma voted vo against a the te tePayo AWrtoacJ AWrtoacJPayne AIdx1c i iPayne
Payne Payo bill bl beoatme baert beOaUaetheTOte < the rate oa o print prt paper paperwas paperwas
was 8 Increased Ior overthat ovrt provided prvide by b tk Ui the theHouse V VHouse
House HouseSWAP Houa HouaSl HouseSWAP
New N Deal De Between Blltwen Cbtna in i ivolYlartoeUaetaflg aJ1 and Jspa k kvolvtngtheUaotuflIPC1dfll
volYlartoeUaetaflg Toh1ns volvtngtheUaotuflIPC1dfll volvtngtheUaotuflIPC1dfllp te Uats PtntnndB PtntnndBSftdai V
Sftdai p da1 ClAlt CoJ Diivattlt DlGk lot 1 ge SOB SOBST 6c 6cBy
ST PETKaanDBO PBDUpO Nov 27 27TeJ 27TheNVlk 27TheNVlkSloo < The JiuaiAx JiuaiAxSlayo
Slayo says a thai t a convention on ton hM hb b besa besaconcluded H < J Jconcluded
concluded oncuded between beten China C and a Japes J Jte by bythe f fthe
the te terms to of which whic the te latter 1 will wfl1sad wfl1sadover J Mdi l lover t tover
over to t Its It former foe admlnlstraUort omUt he heSouthern e eSoutiern
Southern Manchurlan Railway
Buer Mau RailwayThe RlwayTe
The Te ownership onep of the te LUotuntf3anla LUotuntf3anlasula Ltt
sula Bula sub with 1 Port Por Arthurand AuadDU DataywlU DataywlUbo J
bo secured Ir to t Japan JapanTANOXA Jap JapIRD JapanLILLARD
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