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1 tGIRt GIRL IN ENGLISH JAIL JAILWISHES JAILStl JAILsixiiwnsr
Stl sixiiwnsr 1rlllST WISHES WED WEDno IrEDto
to no SOMETHING SOMETHINGYoull SOVETIUOYoul1l1ave
Youll Youl1l1ave ouII Have to Bo o It Soon SIi Shr Sa > for forMlM rorlIu forIIi4
MlM IIi4 Paul liHtantng ItMieUlfer ItMieUlferorfeace JlrnPirIIorreiicti JVrrseLfHffoace
orfeace Merely shouting Votes otf for forWomen rorW forW
Women W tirn at t A tqttIIThreNoStOflC tqttIIThreNoStOflCMra ijnHhThren No Stone StoneMrs HtonrtIr
Mrs Ir Emmellne Pankhurst who spokeyesterday spoke potoeatAlrd3 poco pocoyMtrdy
yesterday morning nt tho Hudson Hud on Theatre Theatreunder Theatreundertb TheUtreunder
under undertb the th auspices auapl of the League for forPolitical torPotltlcal forPolitIcaIE
Political Education cntlon tried very hard to tourouso toarou80 toi
i arou80 urouso the1 th audience to on expression expre slon of ofindignation otIndlElon ofIri4L
indignation Iri4L iatIoriovor over the case case of Alice Paul PaulanoMcrlcau Paulan
anoMcrlcau an IndlElon cflcan woman who is f shut up In InHalfcrway InHal inhal
Halfcrway Hal a y Jail because Il CIluae of her vociferous vociferousespousal vodteroustspouial oclrIllOUSt
t espousal of the th caun e of tho English Englishuftra tngllshullmgettes Eng1Ihiniffregettei
ullmgettes ullmgettesI uftra getter getterI
I see by some SOIM of your Y9urp4p papers rs she shesaid sheaald Bhei
i said id that It has ha boon hinted that the theUnited theUnited theI
I United States Government may send a npunitive apunltlv
4 punitive expedition to Nicaragua z because becausetwo i itwo
two American mtn who were obviously obviouslyassociating obvloualyRMOClntlng obviou8lyazeoclating
associating with armed revolutionists revolutionistswere
were shot by the party in control c Miss MissPaul MISIIPaul MissPaul
Paul was W 8 not even remotely connected connectedwith connectedwltblU1Y connectedwith
with wltblU1Y any persons persons who were trying to toInjure toInjure toI
I Injure any other persons p rson She did not noteven noteven I Ieven
even break a window as some somoof of the news newspapers newspapers ¬ 1 1paJni
papers paJni aald she did didShe didShe didS
She was wa as gully simply of disguising disguisingherself disguisingherself
herself S as a scrubwoman and concealing concealingherself conC6l1l1ngherself concealingkerse1f
herself for about iwelve hours In Guild GuildHall GuildHall Guildhail
Hall waiting for a a chance to see MrAsqulth Mr MrAsquith lr lrAsquith
Asquith in whose honor a dinner was to tobo tobe tobe
be given When Mr Asquith Ailq lth finally did didarrive didarrlTe didarrive
arrive Miss Paul P ul who had n6b n been able ableto ableto ableto
to move for hours lost she he should be de detected detected detected ¬
tected called out Votes for women womenIt
It was a terrible thing to do wasnt wa nt It ItFor ItFor Itor
For or this offence she Is being treated treatedan treatedaaa
an aaa a common criminal Sho WILl sen sentenced sened sentthed ¬
tenced ed to a months hard labor laborThe laborThe laborTho
The United Unlt d States Government has hasshown basahown hasshown
shown u1 that 1t It considers tho suffragette suffragettedemonstrations lIJrrmgettedMnQ suffragettedesnonstrattons
demonstrations dMnQ Itrationspolltical political in character characterbecause chamcterlie characterbreause
because lie au ei i L who have served two terms in inprison InpriS Inprison
prison priS n was permitted p nnltted to enter the port portof portorN portof
of orN New ew ff X Xork ° rk Had I i been deemed guilty guiltypf
pf ajiltuly apI 0f truly criminal act I would have ha ve been beenimmediately beenimniedi beenintiiedteiy
immediately imniedi 1y deported deportedThis deported1b1a deportedThis
This In a beautiful object lesson for forwie forthll forie
wie thll ie women of America It shows sh W8 them themSoW themli themho
li SoW ho i much political 1 importance they theyt theyheally theytreally
t really have haveiV baver
r iV k LThtr1YIl There was wa a burst of applause as Mrs MrsVPaakhufst Mrs1t1Pukhlltst MrsPankhutst
VPaakhufst paused for breath but it was wascomparatively wAIl wAIloaIpuatively waponipitatively
comparatively unemotibnal and not long longrw4 longsustained
1 rw4 sustained sustainedA talned talnedA
1 > A man who crossed on the same sametoamer samestoamer ameteanler
toamer with me continued Mrs Pank Pankhurst Pankf Pankkurst
f hurst > recalled to me one of the most mostexciting mo mostc t tItl
c exciting Itl g Incident of my childhood When Wl Wlenj WhenrJ en enwaaa
rJ j was waaa a little girl ih Manchester four fouritBgea fourtbiieQ
ft itBgea D were re sentenced to be hanged for fortaking fortaldng fortaking
taking part in some political scrimmage scrimmagein
j in which a policeman was shot shotThree ahotThree
1 Three of the men were Irishmen and andthey andtheY andtheywoeeventunllyhanged
they theywoeeventunllyhanged wefe eventually hanged The Thefourth Thefourthman fourth fourthman fourthT
T man was WIlsan an American and he was not notChanged notw notJiangedbewse
+ Changed Jiangedbewse w Iged bemuse U8 theUnltedStatesGovern theUnltedStatesGoverntnent tho United 8taW Govern Governj
j meat intervened Int rvened His sentence was wasohangjqd wasoha waschanted
chanted oha to o one 00 of penal servitude for fortwelve forrt fortwelva
rt twelve years 71 sr He and I discussed the theEnglish theal theEng1iah
English al prison system many times on onII onquxyoyl5e
quxyoyl5e fleandwe 6 and andwe we both agreed that thatfirst thatf
t1 f pI6 1f l first t8ttlal8women things women must do doVote dotlie 10etthe
II etthe tlie Vote ote is to Institute Instituter Instituteii irntitutetee1ful
t tee1ful UIler eforns rtI1sthere there
11 4 r c I A jrotnan inquired lnuIred how the tb American Americanmen Americanwc Americanornen
ii wc wom womPaul men > should go about freeing Alice Aliceul AliceNul AllonIiLul
PaulA Paul ul Mrs Pankhurst hexltated d for tori a i ii
i 2 moment and then suggested that the thet thetoman theoman
t i > fireman toman oman write to President Presl nt Taft and andiget gel geliH gotl
l iH 11 i te e organizations ofVomon ot women she could couldinfluence couldi couldInfluence
i t influence uenoe to pass resolutions of indlgna indlgnatlon IndiRnaJtlOD indignatI
JtlOD tlon tI n at such treatment of an American Americansubject Americant
i t J subject and also Iso to persuade as 05 many manyas
twoser as possible to write te to the Presl Preslf
1 t
4 f fWh Whatever Whit tWhit teveryou ver you do you y u must do quickly quicklyadded quicklyi
i thl added ad < t d for Mlsa Paul Pa l who has been beenfc beenprfeontwico
fc pri prisontwice ontwice beforeis trying the hunger hungerstrike hunleft
t I strike and they are forcibly feeding her herMrs her11m herMrs
Mrs Clarence Mackay > who sat in tho thosecond thoIIeCOnd thesecond
second row of orchestra seats asked Mrs MrsPankhurst MrsPankhurst MrsPankhurst
Pankhurst to pkiae tell her just what whathe whathethought whatphoihought
hethought he thought of the thesutrroge suffrage movement movemt > nt in Iniomerlca InkmerIos
SAsaeriea and to outline tho dlfferenceo differpncesbetween
between the American Am rlcan and English move movements moements moveInente ¬
ments
Mrs M Pankhursts severest critics crltl have havoi l1ayoMver haveever
i cover denied to her hertle toe virtue of cour courf courae courage
f age ae but sbo visibly vl ibly shrank from rromr reply ply
J log to this qtifstlon qtifstlonI q tlon
1 thlr thllth > that t if one of you had hadbeen been in inEngland InEngland InEngland
England for six weeks she said at length lengthand lengthand lengthand
< and had hada88umed assumed to be able to give ah ahanalysis ahIysla a1analysb
> analysis Iysla of our movement or to define its itsetatus ItsIitatUS itsstatus
status you would be considered very
Impertinent I do not think I have a asufficient asumclent asufficient
sufficient understanding of conditions to tomen tolI toeven
men lI n express s an opinion regarding woman womansuffrage womansullrage womansuffrage
suffrage in America AmericaSpeaking AmericaN AmericaHpeak1ng
N Speaking roughly however In regard regardto
to the States I havo visited vl lted I J should say ay
that the main dilTcrenco dilr rence between your yourmovement yourBtvement yournvement
movement nvement and ours ou r is that you have not notyo notY
yo 7 succeeded In maklnfe woman suffrage suffragea uamgef
a Political JiUcal Issue I believe that Gov OovUH2b GovI Gov14tkes
UH2b I 14tkes f > M a said tliat until tho women women of New NewYork Newy NewYicftIc
York y State succeeded su ed In making suffrage suffragea sulmltepolltlcallll8u8
a political polltlcallll8u8 Issue he could not take action actionin
in regard to It ItBut ItBut itBut
But how can wo make It a political politicalue
issue ue wailed a woman in the back of the theroom theroolp theroom
room who whofor for Borne time had been en endeavoring eondeavoringto endenvoring
deavoring to attract t tho attention of the thechairman thecbalnnan thecbsirznan
chairman chairmanWhy cbalnnanWhy cbsirznanWhy
Why the only ani way I know of replied repllNttho repliedtho repliedthoEnglish
thoEnglish tho English politician 9s is to study the thethings thethings thethings
things the men have done and profit by
their mistake We e dont want to be as aswasteful IL8waeteful aswasteful
wasteful an the men have been l > een Thatxla Thatxlawhy ThatlsWhy Thatiswhy
why we English women are fighting our ourcivil ourcivil ourcivil
civil war without bloodshed bloodshedDont bloodehedDont bloodshedDont
Dont you ou think wa deserve some somecredit IIOmecredit somecredit
credit for lorconductlrig conducting our campaign as asmt aeWe ass
We mt s have bm bfl > n doing and as we shall shallcontinue shallcontinue shallcontinue
continue to o do unless unlrs we are driven drivento driventerrible
to terrible measures So far it is only onlywe
we ourselves who have been hurt In InRpito Inplte Inspite
spite of the stories you may haveheard haveheardto
to the contrary
No acid was thrown by women That Thatwas ThatYIlB Thatwas
was a figment of newspaper imagination
We have ha cheerfully gone to prison for the thecause thecguee I IoaUIlO
cause We have tried to starve ourselves ourselvesnot our elvlI elvlInot
not as some persona think in order to toforce totoreo toforce
force the authorities to treat us as first firstcjaas flrsLcJa
a cjaas cJa case prisoners but lImply to show how howmuch howraIJCh howmuch
much we 10 o want the vote Many of us will willgive willdve willgive
give up our lives just Ju t as cheerfully If tho thocause thocaUM theosues
cause demands them Does that look lookas lookae lookif
as if women couldnt tyi loyal oal alnd and couldnt couldntatick couldnttick couldntstick
tick together togetherRobert togetherItobert
Robert Ersklne Fr ldne Ely who presided presl < 1ed said saidthat 8I11dthat saidthat
that as no one elso seemed to want any anyexplanation anyxpIaMtion anyexplanation
explanation of why whr a suffragette whipped whippedWinston whlfJpedWInston I IWinston
Winston Churchill he would like Mrs MrsPankhurst MrsPankhulllt MrsPnnkhurst
Pankhurst to tell him just how she justi justified jUIIUfled justilied ¬
fled tho action if sho did didMrs didMr didMrs
Mrs Pankhurst displayed feeling as asaho asabe
abe 11 told why
This is the ntory she said Winston Winstonsome WlnlllonIIOme Vinstonacme
some timoago tI mo aRo said Id that tOIl t he was not In favor favorof ra vor vorof
of granting the demands of tho suffragettes suffragettesbecause BUrrmettAllIbt slaffragfttssbecauw
because bt > caUSti they were not democratic They
did not ask tho vote for all women he said saidOn MidOn saidOn
On tho other hand ho explained that he hecould hecould tincould
could not be in favor of woman suffrage suffrageIf
If the suffragettes demanded the ballot ballotfor OOllottor ballotfor
for all women because there were more morewomen morewomen morewomen
women than men menWe menWe menSVe
We defeated him at a t t a byeelection byeelectionThen
1 Then he went to Dundee and ran for foranother rorari foranother
another ari thersNt sent lIe appealed appe ld there thereto to tho thoLiberal thor theLiboral
r Liberal women to help him promising promisingthem
them that If they did lid he would help helpu helpthem
u them to get the votes vot and telling them themthat themlhat thornthL i
that they did not need need the help of the thesiiffruKeitea theilllragette thesuffragettes
siiffruKeitea who were not Liberals at atI
I 411 but In reality realityTorirs realityTorirsS Tories Toriesj
S j The The Liberalwomen rose to the halt haltmlA haltf
> t mlA 1 IIiIJtrrktd wVfrked frkM t tdl < tf him and he was W 8 elected electedi
i It t Is a a well known fact that he never did didthe didt diilthe
t the least l lUtthlnlt thing toward helping the cause cauneof caUlleit causeof
it of woman suffrage after that lie did didhowever didowllv 111j
j however owllv r pay another anothervlelt visit to Dundee Dundeeand DundeJ I Iand
J and that was where whe he got his horse horsewhipping ¬
j I whipping I wonder wond r what a man would wouldhave wouldhVo wouldKaYo
have done d lie to a politician who had hadbrazenly hadbrazenlbroken hadbrazenly
brazenly brazenlbroken broken his h1epro promises m be In that thatfashion thatI
I fashion fashionTae lallhloninea fashionThequaIpsyprob1esewaad1sou >
Tae nea ThequaIpsyprob1esewaad1sou oeualpayproblea paProb1em wa w dUoutod sd sdr
r i it HIJ
t
One woman wanted to know just how howthings howthings bowthings
things ooold be adjusted If women got gotjust ItotJust gotjust
just as high wages as 8 did men en who had hadfamilies liadfamilies hadfamilies
families to support supportWhen supportWhen supportWhsn
When a man engages another man to towork towork towork
work for him replied Mrs Pankhurst Pankhursthe
he doesnt ask 8k whether the man is ismnrriod Ismnrrled ismarried
married or how many other persons ho hohas hohaa hohas
has to support Neither Neltherdoea does he ask a awoman aworoan awoman
woman how many persona p rsons she has to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support If individuals arc to be paid paidon
on that basis that U one thins but they theyare theyare theyare
are not There Is no particular reason reasorwhy r8 reasonwhy 80n 80nhy
why hy their wages wa should be differentiated differentiatedon
on a sex basis basisIn baslsIn basisIn
In conclusion Mrs Pankhurst said that thatthe tbatIbe thatlbs
the mere existence of the white slave slavetrade Blavetrade slavetrade
trade furnished fumi bed a sufficient reason for forgiving rorgiving forgiving
giving the vote to women womenThis womenThis WomenThla
This white slave trade was made madefeature madefe3ture inadofeature
feature of your recent Mayoralty cam campaign eampalgn cainpaIgn ¬
paign she added and 1 think it was W 81U1 81U1outmge an anoutrage anoutrage
outrage Men should be ashamed to use usethe usethe usethe
the degradation of women as a political politicalweapon politicalweapon
I
weapon weaponMrs
Mrs Pankhurst was subjected to a asecond 11second asecond
second heckling In the evening when sue suewan shewag hewa
wan wa the guest gue t of the Women Trade TradeUnion TradeUnion TradeUnion
Union League Le gue at 43 East Twentysecond Twentysecondstreet
street For two solid hours she answered answeredquestions answeredquestions answeredquestions
questions on every conceivable phase phaseof
of o womans wrongs and suffragette suffragetteactivity lIuftragetleactivity suffragetteactivity
activity activity111I
Mm Rose Pastor Stoke asked whether whetherMrs whetberMrs whetherMrs
Mrs Pankhurst really believed that the thequestion theqUIMtion thequestion
question of f woman suffrage was W 8 an vital vitala
a one to the British public us was the thebudget thebudget i ibudet
budget budgetI
I dont see how there can be any ques question queetlon question ¬
tion about that in the mind of any woman womanreplied womanreplied womanreplied
replied Mrs Pankhurst How could any
budget which in I merely a temporary temporaryaffair lemporU7affair temporaryaffair
affair be considered In the same class classas
as a aJ1tovement movement to permanently enfran enfranchise enfranchise enfranchise ¬
chise women womengiving giving them power to vote voteIn voteIn votein
In regard re ld to all future budgets budgetsMrs
Mrs Pankhurst will makeher farewell farewellspeech farewellpeech farewellspeech
speech tonight at Cooper Union under underthe underthe underthe
the auspices of the Equality League of olSelfSupporting ofSelfSupporting ofSelf8upportlng
SelfSupporting Women and the College CollegeEqual ColleceEttual CollegeEqual
Equal Suffrage League She sails for forLiverpool forLiverpool forLiverpool
Liverpool tomorrow morning on the theTeutonic theTeutonlo theTeutonic
Teutonic TeutonicLIGHTSHIP TeutonlollGIlTSIIIP TeutonicLIGhTShIP
LIGHTSHIP SIGXALS iIGX4 18 HELP HELPFor 1IJLrFor IJI IJIFor
For the Frailer Itrewiter Aground on enDlamend ona
8 Diamond KhoaU RhoaiCrew Cr Crrw Taken Off OffThe Of OfThe rr rrThe
The Diamond Dlam ond Shoals lightship of ofCapoHattorassent olfC offCael1atterneent
CapoHattorassent C eHattoms sent out a wireless appeal appeayesterday appealyceterday appealyesterday
yesterday morning for the th German fruit fruitcarrying fruitcarrying fruitcarvying
carrying steamship Brewster which the theskipper tbeskipper theskipper
skipper of t the lightship had noted fast fastaground lastaKfound fastaground
aground at daybreak about seven miles milesoff milesall milesoff
off shore The sea wis smooth but butthe butthe butthe
the dangerous position of the fruiter fruiterprompted frulteTpromptM frulteprompted
prompted Capt HInz to seek k immediate immediatehelp Immediatehelp Immediatehelp
help for his crew and get word to his hisagents hisaen hisgent
aen agents gent hero by wireless so they might mightsend mighteend mightsend
send wrecking boats boa to haul her off be before betore betore ¬
tore the setting in of bad weather which whichwas
was portended portendedThe portendedThe
> The United Wireless Company assisted assistedin
in spreading spr adlng the news and the lifesavers lifesaversof
of Creeds Hill Cape Hatteras Hatto and Hat Hattera Hatteras flatteraa
tera Inlet stations got out their th lr surf surlboats surfboatll surfboats
boats and went to the Brewster taking takingoff
off twentyeight of her crew Four Fourothers Fourothera Fourothers
others who bad gone aboard the light lightchip lighthlp lightship
chip decided to stay there doubtless doubtlesswith doubtletIIJwith doubtlesswith
with the Intention in case the seas did didnot didnot didnot
not rise of returning to the Brewster Brewsterso fire water waterso r rso
so that whn w n the wreckers came along alongside alongside ¬
side they would not find her abandoned abandonedand
and thus have a bigger bill for salvage salvageTha
The wrecking steamer I J Merritt Merrittsailed MerrittUed Merrittsailed
sailed Ued yesterday for Diamond Shoals Shoalsto
to cooperate with an outfit sent IIIn t from fromNorfolk fromNorfolk fromNorfolk
Norfolk In an effort to drag the Brewster
into deep water The opinion of the thelife tholire thelife
life savers was that the fruiter would wouldgo
go to pieces if the wind Increased to a agao agale
11316 gao The revenue cutter Onondaga Onondagawhich Onondagawhich Onondagawhich
which is stationed at Norfolk was do despatched dopatched dospatched ¬
spatched to tothe the relief of the Brewster Brewsteryesterday BreWllUoryesterday Brewsteryesterday
yesterday afternoon and may get t her herfree herfreo herroe
free roe frfim tho grip of the sandgratis sandgratisbefore Band g gratis gratisbefore > atis atisooroN
before tho wreckers Lhowrecker have a chance achanceTho chanceThe chanceThe
The Brewster sailed from Jamaica Jamaicaon
on November IS 1 calling at dluban a Cuban ports portslater portslater portslater
later wlth wlt a cargo of bananas for the theAtlantic theAtlantlo theAtlantic
Atlantic Fruit Company She is owned ownedby ownedby ownedby
by M II Schmitt ol Hamburg was wa built builtat
at Copenhagen six years ago is 250 feet feetIonic teetIon testtong
Ionic Ion It and measures 1517 tons gross grossNORFOLK groMNORFOLK grossNonrowc
NORFOLK Va Nov 29 211Wavftll Waves are aretonight aretonight aretonight
tonight pounding to pieces the steamship
Brewster Although wrecking steamers steamersand st steamersand mem memand
and revenue cutters are in the vicinity
they are powerless to do any anything thing Waves Wavesare
are breaking clear over the Brewster Brewsterand
and unless the sea soon quiets qule it Is prol prolable probable roh rohable >
able that not nota a piece of her will be visible visibleby v181bleby visibleby
by morning morningHOPES momJ momJlIOII mornln1IOPE
HOPES IX THE XEW W CHAttTEtt CHAttTEttAldernirn fIUI1TIRAldfrntm CII4ItTEIIAldernirli
Aldernirn Want aut More 31 re Power pownprloo Prlion
Keeper More Pay Pa and Pension PenaloniThe PmltonThe PensionThe
The Legislative Charter Committee Committooheard C Committeeheard < > mmlttooheard
heard yesterday y from the employees of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Department of Correction who want wantto wantto
to be put on the same footing with the thepolice tbepolice thepolice
police in regard to rank salary 8Ilry and pen pension pn pnalon penslon ¬
sion and nd from the Aldermen Alderen who dont dontwant dontwnt dontwant
want wnt their powers nu numb number or salaries salariesdiminished salariesdiminished lrle
diminished diminishedCommissioner dmlnhe diminishedConxniuoner
Commissioner Cluloer Barry Br spoke on behalf behalfof behl
of the Correction Corcton Department Dprtment employees employeesThe employe
The T Rev Rv Dr John A Wade Episcopal Episcopalchaplain Episol Episolchaplin Episcopalchaplain
chaplain chaplin in I the department deprtment said Ildthat that the theCharter theChrter theCharter
Charter Chrter should provide for reforms reformatories refora reforatrle reformstories ¬
tories trle of better bttAlr character characterThe chamcr chamcrThe characterme
The penal Pnl system sytem of New York city clyls clylsa is isa isa
a crying cig disgrace dlg he said and Ad I IIow IIowor know knowofno knowof
ofno or no other oth r place plce where conditions belong belongso belng belngso
so thoroughly to the theMiddle Middle Ages Ag as a here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Harts Hrts Island branch workhouse workoU be bereferred hereferd bereferrid
referred referd to as a damnable dmnble outrage outrageHe oulmple
He le said sid that tht to him It seemed med only good goodsense go goodsense 1 1sen
sense sen for the city to provide means of re reforming r reforming ¬
forming taning its It wrongdoers Instead of de degradlnfr de d dgrading
grading them wongors as is now done doneDr doneDr donoDr
glnp Dr Vado thought that the first frst step alp
toward a abetter system would be b to grant granthalt granthalf nt ntJal
halt Jal decent decnt salaries rfll to the keepers keepersAlderman keper keepersAlderman <
Alderman Aldern John F Walsh protested protestedagainst proste protestedagainst
against alnllt the substitution subituton of a small smal unpaid unpaidcouncil unpaidoouncl unpaidcouncil
council oouncl for tho tb Board Brd of Aldermen Alderen He Hesuggested le leU liesuggested
suggested U gt that San Sn Franciscos Frnclos board brd of ofeighteen ofeighten ofeighteen
eighteen members membr with wth salaries of SI200 SI200a 1120 iooa
a a year would be easily ealy corralled corlled and andcheap andcbMp andcheap
cheap to buy The board brd ought tQ have havemore hvo hvomo havemore
more mo power not notl leas Mr Jr Walsh Walh was wasnaked WI wasnaked
naked nked to oonfer with his follows lelows and to tolay toly tolay
lay ly before the committee committe a statement ltatement of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the exact exc powers which tho Aldermen Aldermenthought Alderen Alderenthougbt Aldermenthought
thought they should have haveThe hveT haveThe
The T Coroners Croners had hd a chance chnc to speak s ak for fortheir lortheir fortheir
their lives lves and Drs Weston Weton and ad OHanlon OHanlonCoroners 0 Hanon HanonCrer ilanlonCoroners
Coroners Crer physicians said that without withoutthe
phylclan
he Coroners It would be very ver easy ey to hldo hldomurders hldomurdelll hidemurders
murders and that tht life in the city would wouldbo wouldb
bo b rendered renderd unsafe unsafeMISSIOX Ufe Ufe1lftfO unsafe1IIss1oN
MISSIOX 1lftfO PRINT snor slm FIRE FIREItulldlng FIREDuldlne FIREflulirling
Itulldlng Duldlne of Mount llount Eioretto Lorelo Ilurned Ilmfd With WllnSJOOOO lib libSOO
SJOOOO SOO Lo LoThe L Los LosI
I The print shop at the th Mission Mlalon of the theImmaculate t tImmaculate tluiI
I Immaculate Virgin at Mount Moutt Loretto LorettoRichmond Loreto LoretoRlcond LorettoI
I Richmond Rlcond Valley Valey Richmond Borough Boroughwas Boroulthwa
was wa destroyed by fire fre last night The Theloss Theloss
loss 1011 Is Isabout about 110 10000 10000The 10000The
The fire was discovered by Chief Cief Engi Engineer fglneer Enginoer ¬
neer McCarthy of the mission ml lon while whie he hewas bewa hewas
was wa leaving to go to his hlhom home a little lte after aftera
6 oclock oclok There wan Wa then tire fre on o the thefirst thelt thefirst
first lt floor foor of the three thre storybrick storrltk building buildingThe buidng buidngTbe buildingThe
The lO IG boys who worked in the shop had hadleft hd hdlef hadloft I
left lef an hour before bror for their various variousdormitories varlou variousdormitories
dormitories dormitoriesWhen donnitorlesWbe dormitoriesShen 1
When Wbe McCarthy 1lcrthy discovered discvere the fire flreh firehf firelisnotifled
h lisnotifled natlfled Fireman of the
hf notfied Riley Rie citys citysunfformod citysuniformJ
unfformod iformo force faro who Is l stationed atatlone at the themlHsion therllon theIniHsion
mlHsion rllon An n alarm alar brought the fire fre depart department department departunent ¬
ment composed cmpoe of boy 10 inmates and em employees emPl ¬
Pl ployees ° Y05 to o the scene ene Rlloy Rloy also al o called calledthe
the volunteers voluntl from lrm Richmond Valley calf
and Ploamnt Plains and the paid firemen Valey
from Tottenvillos TotenvUo The Te missions mlslion depart department fremen department ulepartment ¬
ment found It I impossible mpOslble to nave uav ve the
buldinlt building and went dt to work to keep the theam8rom
flames am8rom from the nearest buildings bildings This
It succeeded BUCcede In doing dolnand doingand and by the time tme Tl the thaothers theothemreacho theothers
others othemreacho reached the scene there was little
tlere wa
for them thehtdo thehtdoThe todo todoThe todoThe Utle
The building bultlng nearest to the printing printingshop
te prntng prntngshop
shop In which there were Inmates Inmt when whenthe Whel
the firs fr broke bke out was 800 3 yards away awaynd
I ind those th0 in It were transferred tranre transfs red to build buildinjts buid buidI buildlags
lags more mon distant dltant The Te girls Iri were aU in I InI
I I buUdiag bu a ball hll mile or more mon away awa awaL w8 w8LNII
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SALMAGUNDI A CLUB JINKS JINKSKIXOS J JINKSKINGS
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KINGS o oAT PIRATES JiVRSE s OlltlS OlltlSAT OIRLAT
AT COSTUME DINNER DINXERThe DINlER DINlERTe
The Te Artists and Their Te Guests Guritsat at Play PlayAround PlayAroa PlayAround
Around Aroa a Pool of Water ter Met la 1 the theTable theTblGold theTableGold
Table TblGold TableGold Cold Medals llfla for the Most MostNfrlklng lotHlrtklne MostNiriking
Nfrlklng ciilamei ebstumesAnd 1tumrAnd And a Duel DuelTho Del DelTbe DuelThe
The Salmagundi Blrungudl Club Cu of Artiste Ar gave gaveannual pveI gaveit
I it annual Mnol costume Ctumt dinner dier In I tha th gallery gaReryof pner
of o the clubhouse clubholo at 14 West Twelfth Telb street streetlast Btr streetlast
last lt night A About sixty IIlty artists artilltulembl assembled assembledwith
with J Sanford Snford Saltus Sltu master of core coremonies cr cremonies
monies mole seated sete at the head hod of a long table tablobetween tbl tblbtwe tablebetween
between btwe Charles I of o England Eglnd and a amedieval amelval amedbaval
medieval melval knight Ilaht Mr Saltus Sltua wore an anEnglish AnEglah AnEnglish
English court costume in which he
Eglah cour cotume was wasattlrod wa wasattired
attired atUr last 18t season lIeao when presented to toKing toKing toKingF4ward
King KingF4ward KingF4wardF Edward EdwardF FwardLuis
F Luis Mora received rceived the Saltus Slus gold goldmedal goldmel goldmedal
medal mel for the best bet costume cotue worn by byclubrnornber a aclub 8
club clubrnornber member He le wore a Spanish Spnish tomes toreador tor tomesdor ¬
dor ooetiune ootume of gold lace lac with red r sash sashand aasband sashand
and black blck velvet cap The guests guets medal medalwas medalwas medalwas
was awarded awred to Leslie Caldwell Cldwell who whorepresented wboreRrente whorepresented
represented reRrente an Armenian pedler pedlerThe pdler pdlerlh pedlorihtguests
The lh ihtguests guests were seated at a 8 long table tablewith tble tblewith tablewith
with a miniature pond in tho centra centrailluminated centr centreilluminated
illuminated iuminted with electric lights lght under1 under1neath undel undeineath
neath neathDufdeld neathiDumeld neathDuftiold
Dufdeld Osborn attracted attention in inhis Inhis inhis
attrct attenton
his great gat fur overcoat overoot which was wa said saidto Hidto saidto
to be b a 8 trophy of the Peary Per Pear expedition expeditionAnother eltlon eltlonAnother expeditionAnother
Another costume cOtumo represented rpresnte Death Dth and andthe andthe andthe
the Black Back Hand Ind It was ws worn wor by Mar Marshall Marshl Marshall ¬
shall shl Do D DeWitt DeWittAlbert WU WUAlbert WittAlber
Albert Alber L droll Grol of Arizona landscape landscapefame lnd cp
fame came in a cowboy cowby costume ctume J JBon JBn JBen
Bon Bn All Haggin appeared as a German Germannureo Geran Gerannun Germannurse
nurse nun Al girl Paul appr Dougherty Dugherty who Is of ofample otaple ofample
ample stature stture was wa clad In a pink gown gowntrimmed gowntrimmed gowntrimmed
trimmed with yards yar and yards yar of baby babyribbon bby bbyribbon babyribbon
ribbon He wtb carried eared a brown Teddy Tdy boar boarand br brand bearand
and was ws carefully Orefuly le guarded guare by Mr M Haggin HagginMaurice Haen HaenMauric ilagginMaurice
Maurice Mauric Fromkes represented rprnt a 8 poet poetand pt ptand poetand
and William Wiliam Scheville 8hevle a a Tyrollan olan moun mountaineer mountaln moontaln ¬
taineer taln er r Gilford Glord foal Dl and Ernest Eest Pelxotto Pelxottowere Peoto Peotower
were wer knights knl < hts of Japan Japn encased enca in suits suitoof sull
of
armor armorGeorge aor aorGrg armorGeorge
George B Reeves Rve wore the costume cOtume of i imuslfeteer 0mu a amusketeer
musketeer mu Grg keter A cavalier cavlle was W impersonated impersonatedby Imprntl
by Harry I Preston Prton Dawson Dwn William WII H HSbelton HShelon Hfftielton
Sbelton Shelon librarian Ibrarn of the club was w King KingCharles KingCrle Kingcharles
Charles I Charles Chrle Chapman wore a amonkey I amonkey
Crle
monkey costume otue of bright lpan red r and black blackA blk blkA
A character from Quo Vadls was portrayed por portrayed por ¬
trayed by Arthur Forrest Forret E L I Fer Ferguson Feranl I or orguson ¬
guson tted chairman chairmn of the entertainment entertalnmoncommittee entertlnmont entertlnmontcomm entertainmentcommittee
committee anl comm committee tto was a mandarin mandarinA mdn mdnA
A bne act tragedy of the Moors Mor was wasenacted wa wasenacted
enacted ent by Arthur and William Wiim Snyder Syer In InMoorish Inloorh InMoorish
Moorish costumes otumO Arthur Athur Snyder Is court courtpainter curt curtpaller courtpainter
painter paller loorh In Algeria Algeri A duel followed 1010we be between be between ¬
tween twen Gordon Grdon Grant Grnt as a pirate pirat and andAddlson andddl8n andAddison
Addison ddl8n Millar Millr as a Moor MoorFOOTBALL MoorFOOTBtLL MoorFOOTfALL
FOOTBALL VICTIM BETTER BETTERKIcctrlHty BETTII BETTIIEIrllrlll nETTERElectricity
Electricity EIrllrlll and a Manage llaHaee Applied ApplN to In InJored In Enjureci
Jored JurN midshipman midshipmanANXAPOLIS IUdshlpman IUdshlpmanKAPOL1 MidshipmanAwNAroLas
ANXAPOLIS KAPOL1 Md lfd Nov 29 2VK A1 course courseof our ourof
of treatment trtmont by electrical electcl application applcton and andmassage andma andmassage
massage ma ge has ha been bon begun begn upon Earl Erl D DWilson D118n DWilson
Wilson 118n the Naval Naal Academy football footballplayer fotbl fotblplayer footballplayer
player a I vertebra verbr of whose whoe neck was wasbroken wasbroken a
broken brolen about six weeks week ago and It is isexpected Isexp isexpected
expected exp c that this thi will wi materially mterily aid in inovercoming Inoermlng Inovercoming
overcoming oermlng the paralysis pn Since the oper operation operalan operatlon ¬
ation upon his hi neck ne rlrsls Wilson V Usn tison has been slowly slowlyimproving slowlyImprving slowlyimproving
alan improving upn as 8 to the paralysis pralya and his hisgeneral hi hIsgeneral
general enerl condition cndtion remains remlM excellent exclent Sen Sensation Sn Snaalon Sensatlon ¬
sation < in the portions of the body by below belowthe bclow bIowthe i
aalon the surface surf are lre prtion bow quite ovldtttit and InutMJ this UiLiis thisis
is believed to demonstrate deontmt that the spinal spinalcord Iplna spinalcord
bleed
cord is not Injured Injur injuredbeyond beyond byond the possibility possibilityof plblty plbltyof
of recuperation rpraton and that tht tbe paralysis pralyis will willeventually wU wiJieventually
eventually be overcome overcme The wound woundof
of eentualy the operation has b now entliely entJel healed healedand heled heledand heatedand
and in a few days braces brp wlllbe 1be con constructed contcte constructed ¬
structed which will wi enable Wilson Wl n to sit situp situp lt ltup
up tcte He ran now nw move his bi head hat without withoutmuch wiUloutmuch withoutmuch
much le difficulty difculy and he is I hopeful and in inexcellent Inexclent Inexcellent
excellent exclent spirits spiritsB aplrtsThird spiritsThirit B B BThird
Third Term for Collector Coleder Jordan JordanEdward Jonau JonauEward JordanEdward
Edward Eward B Jordan was wa yesterday yeterrnot noti notified notifled ¬
fled fed from Washington Wallon of his reappoint reappointrnent rppont rppontment
mont by President Prldnt Taft Taf as Collector Collectorof Coletor Coletorof
of Internal Interna Revenue Rvenue In Brooklyn and he hent beat hoat
at once onc executed exeute the SOO tO 200000 OOO general generalbond generalbond generalbond
bond required reuir He le Ii has ha been bn Collector Collectorfor Coletor Coletortor
for eight eight years ye and his new term begins beginstomorrow bgln beginstomorrow
tomorrow Examiners EXmlners from the Treas Treasury Treasur Tmastiry ¬
ury Department Dpartment recently rently made a thor thorough thorough ¬
ough ur Investigation Investgtion of the Brooklyn Brkly office officeand Dfc officeand
olllh
and in their report repor they pronounced pronounc It Itone Itone itone
one of the bent at managed manage in the country countryoniTIARl count countlBI74RI
oniTIARl lBI74RI 10 TL4 ft
Irof Irr David Uall A Woodward former presi president preldent preident ¬
dent of the Maryland InntltntelhB Institute Ih the its illnroverer 01 01cYerer itscoverer
coverer of the solar olar print method 11elho or per portraiture pr prtmllur pertrnttume ¬
traiture and 1111 a imrtrait Ilrtralt painter paintr of note notelied Dotedied notedIoit
lied yettcrday at hl his home Beaumont llumont neaT neaiKelty neaTHela nearRelay
Relay Hela ftra Md He Hea > wan Ml I years ar old and all had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been III since Inc a weeic ago last la t Friday when whena
a bn blood II vessel > eJ el In hi head burst 1rpf 1rpfWoodward IrrWoodwar irofWoodward
Woodward wa born brn in Philadelphia lhladelplna Ho Howent Hewouit I Iwent
went Woodwar to Baltimore when hen a voting man and andwas andwu endwas
was placed placd lallmore In charge of the Maryland IlanlandIntltlte MarylandInstitute MarylandInstitute
Institute Intltlte where lie remained for twenty twentyflvo twent twentfvo twentyfivo
flvo years a Recently he devoted himself hlmtellto hln11
fvo to portrait prUslt painting pllnlhll Jelty Of renent retnt years Prof ProfWoodward Prt PrtWOwanl ProfWoodwnl
Woodward hAd lived at Relay Rtla The seers secretary ICN seerstery ¬
WOwanl tary tar of th the MasonIc aenlc lved grand Irand lodge lochr of Mary Maryland Ilar Maryland ¬
land believes that Prof Irr Woodward Woward Waij Wai Waithe
the lani oldest oldrt beleves Mason In that State He le It joined joinedthe Joind Joindthe JoInedthe A
the order when hen he wa < 21 2 In the Weft Weftand Wtd Weetand
and d orer wa made a member mmbr of CpncordU CpncordUlads Concria ConcriaLdEn ConeordisLodge
lads on November r 19 mT IUf This would wouldmake wouldtake wouldnake
make take LdEn hit hi Ma laonle Maonlc onlc career extend over ilxly lty ltyronr lxIyroar
roar yean yeanBenjamin yarlnJamln yearsBenjamin
Benjamin flodman Roman Weld president of ofthe otthe ofthe I
the lorman Mtll ll died on Sunday of heart hearttrouble hpttrllble hearttrouble
trouble trllble at hi hIs residence rsidenc In Jamaica amaic Plain PlainMsi4 PlAns PlAnsM PlainsidLs
Msi4 M aired es He wa a director directr of the theWebster theWebMer theWebster
1
Webster Rled and d Atlas Atas Bank Bnk Sun 81n Took Cok Mill MillPocaraet Mi Mills1ocassef
Pocaraet POt Manufacturing fanuraelurlnl Company Compny National NationalRockland Natlonafilockland aUona aUonaIckland
Rockland Ickland Bank lank Roxbnry Rxblr Manchester ManchesterMills ManchesterMills
Mills and of the Arkwrlcnt Mutual lllal Fire FlreInsurance FireInsurance re reInllrance
Mis Insurance Company mpany Mr lrd Weld entered enteredHarvard enteredIarvatrd Dter DterUafa
Harvard College but blt did 01 not remain Imaln to tob tot toi
b i Uafa Graduated aduated ColeRe Jnatead lnl ha ls tonka tonsirIparonnd tonsirIparonndthe trlparonnd trlparonndthe
the t uauMed world and wan for a time lme In the Far FarEast knrEast nr nrEt
East where his father an Ka Ft trlParoKd trlParoKdthe t Indian Indianmerchant lnd Indianmerchant an anmerChant
merchant Et merChant had hl large business bUllneM Interests InterestsTbe Intersls InterslsThe InterestsThe
The father aL at also o was wllnerell interested In the cotton cottonmanufacturing cttn cttnmanllraeturlnr cottonmanufacturing
manufacturing manllraeturlnr Industry Indulto In this country countryand cuntr countryand
and the son sn on his return rltllrn from 11s ills travels travelswetlt travlll travlllwert travelswent
went wert Into this business businessTunM bulneAsTunl businessTunis
Tunis Van sn PeltTalmaie Pelt Tallale a former rorer 8utr 8utrvhor SINr SINrvlAor 8utrvisor
visor and an Jn President or the Board lard of Alder Aldermen Aldermen Aldermen ¬
men In the old city of Brooklyn Brklyn and for two twoerms Iwqt twoterms
cty
t terms erms an Assemblyman Aembhman In Albany died diedn die
9n > n Sunday at his hil home 218 ta EIghth avenue avenuen alnI8 alnI8In
In n lil 1 his seventyseventh year lie Ie war wal long longmazed 10nKnaled longeflxazed
mazed naled In the wholesale coal oal bunlnesa bu lne
He II went ent to the front lrnt In ifia t 1 as A a Captain CaptainIn
In lie n the 8lxtveT Sbtvennth nth New Ne York lorkVoltunteers lorkVoltunteersor Volunteers Volunteersof Vola r
or ivjilch rich he hi was one of the organixers organixersHe oraolI
He wlch van a th fho son 8n of Thomas Thor 0 Talmaie Talmaiethe TalmaceIhe
the sixth Mayor of Brooklyn Brookly Hi He wan a acouftln acuiin acousin
cousin cuiin of the late lall Ksv JeY Dr Tj Tt T Do b Witt Tal Talmage Talmale ralmao
and mage male Iwo He I daughters daughtersDeiter dlllber daughtersIezter I is survived 1rlve by his b s wife wie a son sonand sn snand sonand
Dxlr Deiter Smith at one time tme a noted musical musicalcritic muical muicalcriic musicalcritic
critic criic dropped droppe dead aie In Dartmouth Detmouth noN street streetBonton elrot elrotBOilon StreetIlosfon
Bonton BOilon last hlt night nlI < He lB was Tt 7 years old oldHe oldJ oldlie
He 10 was wal a I native nalve of Salem and established establishedDnltr etablIhP establishedIrfr
Dnltr Hmitht Smih Folio Folo and hazier Daze HmImFsa HmImFsaMusical mIV mIVMvticat mll
Musical Jlulcalolrnal Iorint ourna continuing cnlnulnr as a editor eitor of the
latter latlr publication plblcatol after arn its Is sale lale to a com comRany cm cmCany cornpany
Rany pany He le wan the author of several 8nal popu popuir pepulam 1
lam ir nonjrx lonl Cross Crol rosI and Crown Cown and Put Mo Moin
In My Iy L Little If Bed HP Besides ld publishing publshl a avolume avolume avolume
volume of verse vlrie Mr 3r flmlth fmlth produced In Inconjunction InconJllncton Inconjunction
conjunction conJllncton with wlh the th late Eugene poulfd V Tomp Tom TomIdnl
klns Idnl at the Boston Bo on Theatre In tWo the th Unfit Unfitopera Ihrh llshtopera
opera run Xanlta 1anlta which had a four rOlr months monthsrun
runEdward Edward A Danielle IIrllelr aged M 13on ton of the
late OeorjTB OPrrl C Harrietts Ihadete of Troy died diedsuddenly diedlddnly diedsuIdlni
suddenly lddnly yesterday llerday of Bright Brlrhl Jry dl disease eae B at atthe atIh atthe
the Ih Hotel Lorraine He fe married i Mrs Jlr Mmiilinger
linger Ilierl widow of Dr linger lucer of Charleston Carleson CharlestonM
H 0 I In In n Norfolk In Mar 11 He le wa a 8 mem ¬
ber be of the Lenox Lnox fliib luut Berkshire lrkhlre Hunt Huntand Ifunt IfuntIInd Ihintamid
and other tenor clubs He is survived 11t survivedb
by b hit hi T a ifs Ir and a brother clb Charles of Troy TroyTame Troyfauuies ve
Tame amel II I Murphy chief clerk of the theDepartment IheDpartmenl fluelisrtmnenr
Department of Jiridiiet Drldsll died on Sunday Sundayat
at hlH home fll II DuflTela Dtnleld surest Brooklyn BrooklynIn
Dooklyn DooklynI
In I hli Ih fortythird lorlYlhlr year He le was 1 active ative in inDemocratic SnDmocrlc inileniocratic
Democratic Dmocrlc politics In the th Recond Rnd Assem Assembly AMm AMmbl AssomuhI ¬
bly bl dlntrirt diltrc 1110 a member membtr of the nl Fifes lodae lodaeand lodaeand lodeeand
and secretary of the Downtown 10wntwI Taxpayers TaxpayersAssociation Taxpyers TaxpyersAllolalon faxpayeraAesoIatIon
Association Allolalon He le was wa unmarried unmarriedMartin unmarrie unmarriedMartin
Martin utn Hnce lnee a former rorme lightweight IlhtwllEh boxer boxerof bxer bxeror
of Haverhlll laverhl Mans M s died In Boston ton yester yesterday rter rterdaT ysstrday ¬
day sited aEe 47 4 1 He met a number numbr of 0 good coodmen goodmen
men amongthem Austin tilbbons Ulbbn of 19o New NewJersey NeweneY NewJersey
Jersey eneY Jem JCm 1cm Orny srey AUlln of Kngjand KngJan and lyesle lyeslePierce l IAwlslierce l
Pierce of Philadelphia Phiadelphi CURT The latter bout boutwas but butwa boutwas
was wa a twenty twenl round draw at Lowell Lwel the last lastmatch lutmatch lastmatch
match Snee 8n took part prt In InStephen InStepben inStephen
Stephen Jlrard Orard Perkins IJerkln aged M 5 years
died In IhwIY Kahway N J on ae Sunday 8lnav yar He Hewa Hewa liesa
wa sa for several eveal years year assistant aAlstsnt postmaster postmasterat
at New sw Brunnwlck Drulwlck and afterward al ptmter in Railway
He le had been ben a newspaper nl an rar correspondent ent
In Itahway Thwy for twentyfive paprcorrep years la1 Rjay Ha e Is Issurvived J Jurlve issurvived
survived urlve by his hI hi wife wie wieFward wifeEdwsd v vEdward
Edward Rlletf fl e ofTdtendn a a retired ri Ilk UkYer
dyer Yer died U d yesterday YMteray of acute act Indigestion 1M Uon
He Ie was W born t i8 154 8 In Coventry CovI Eatlaud Eatlaudu Iad Iade
He e came id me bmEIISln to toO Iltln nntry k B 1ssLi I u Lasurvived
survived u JiKirRIBBtrr yUL yULi
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I GREAT XORTHEKfFS lORTIER1S FAST MAIL MAILFaitrst M41LFastest VULI VULFutNt
Fastest loag Loe g Distance Dtnc Train Tla In the theWorld theWorld theWorld
World Makes Mak a Remarkable Short Sho1lnc Sho1lncTe Showing ShowingThe Ing IngThe
The Te newspapers newsppers of tho Northwest Norwest and andof andof andof
of the te upper uppr Pacific Plflo coast Ct pre re celebrating celebratingwith lebrtn lebrtnwltb
with enthusiasm enthuIa the tle success SUCM of the new newfast nowfut newfast
fast mall ml train tin which James J Hill Hi began beganrunning belan belanrnln beganrunning
running rnln over or the Great NorthernHall NorthernHallway NortherRi ¬
way wy on September Sptembr 27 with ltb the view to tosecuring toarlng tosecuring
securing arlng the te Government contract cotot for fortransporting fortlsportlng fortransporting
transporting tlsportlng the through mails mals from St StPaul StPul StPaul
Paul Pul to Seattle Stl and thence to Alaska Alska and andtho ala aridthe
the Orient OrientThe Orolt OroltThe OrIentThe
The train is a five Jve car cr one carrying caring mall mallonly mal mallonly I Ionly
only and ad Is scheduled aheuled to make the 1824 1824miles 18 1834miles
miles mle between bween St Paul and Seattle Stle In
47 7 hours hora and nd 30 3 minutes which means meansan 1 1an
an average averal speed ped of approximately approximtely forty fortymiles fortymile I Imlle
miles mlle an hour without allowing for loss lossof 10 10of lossof
of time tme for cooling colng and watering This Thismeans Thismeans i
means that over long stretches stretcbe of track trackIt
It must mu t make sixty sixt miles mlel an hour to t over overcome overcome overcome ¬
come the slow time t1e In making maklns grades over overtwo ov overtwo r rtwo
two mountain moutll ranges rangesFor rse rangesFor
For thirtyfour consecutive CDtlv days dlYI this thistrain thistrain thistrain
train has ha made mde the trip trl on schedule Ichedule time timer timeor
or r better bet r one aie run was wa made in fortyfour fortyfoursours tortytourhours fortyfourhours
hours and thirtyfive thlryfve minutes mlnutel actual actualrunning acual acualrnnlna actualrunning
running rnnlna time tme Tho schedule sheule maintained maintaineds maintaine
Is s three tbr hours houJ shorter Iborter than that on the theInea tholines thelines
lines between betwen Omaha and San Sn Francisco Franolacoalthough FrncUo FrncUoalhoucbthe Franciscoalthough
although alhoucbthe the distance dllnce Is about ablt the same sameIt sameIt me meIt
It is the fastest rat long distance distnc train In the theworld theworld theworld 1
world and the North Dakota folks say saythat 8aythat saythat
that cat In their State Stat it runs rlIS like lke a j scared scaredcat 80lr scaredcat i
I
HOLDUP 101DUP IX l A HALLWAY HALLWAYVictim lIAI lIAIVItlmVnlolutlot II4LLW4Victim
Victim VItlmVnlolutlot tnconicloai From Cm One Gives GIelln GIellnrontoa In Information informslion
formation rontoa Later Leading Ltac1n to Arrest ArrestEarly Arrft ArrftFArly ArrestEarly
Early on Sunday Budy morning Policeman PolicemanUooney Policemn PolicemnMone PohicemaMooney
Mooney Mone of the Alexander avenue station stationThe stationThe stationThe
The Bronx was S almost amOt run rn Into by two twoyoung twoyoung twoyoung
young men who were running along alongThird alongTird alongThird
Third Tird avenue near ner 149th HDh street stret Mooney Mooneygot Moone I Igot
he could and andcaught andcught andcaught
got up speed spe as soon loon as
caught cught them tom at Willis Wiis avenue aveue They The could couldnot culd culdnot couldnot
not explain explin why ther were wer running so soMooney SQ soMooney
Mooney Mooney arrested arrte them themIn
In a 8 minute or two a man of the neigh neighborhood nelchborhoo neighborhood ¬
borhood borhoo came along going just about abo t as asfast Mfat asfast
fast fat as a Mooneys ooneys captives had been beentravelling beentmvln beentravelling
travelling travellingLthink tmvln tmvlnJthlk travellingLthlnk
Lthink Jthlk those fellows felows held up a man mansaid manMid mansaid
said he There Tere was wa a I fuss flUlllln in the vestibule vestibuleat
at 428 past fst 14 149th th h street trt and they came camedashing cme cmedlng camedashing
dashing dlng out outMooney outoney outMooney
Mooney oney took tk them to the station ltatlon house bouseand houl houland houseand
and then went to No 428 He woke up the thoinmates to toInmt theinmates
inmates Inmt but nobody noby knew of a holdup holdupOn
On Sunday Rundy rooming mornig In the Morrlsania Morrlsaniacourt Morrlanla Morrlanlacourt Morrisaniacourt
court the young youg men were discharged dischargedThey dlrce dischargedThey
They gave their names as John Miller Millerof
Tey ne a ier ierof
of 312 gve West 123d 17 street strt and Frank Scottl Scottlof Scott
of 318 L8 East Bt 101th 11b street streetOn Itrt ItrtOn streetOn
On Sunday Sudynight night Ernest Newman Neman who wholives wholve wholives
lives lve at 430 43 4 East Et 148th 1eh street strt telephoned telephonedthe tlphoed tlphoedtbe
the police polce that tht some SO men had set upon uponhim uponhim uponhim
him In In the thI vestibule of his house hO and had hadstolen hadstolen hadstolen
stolen S10 10 He said ld that tht they beat bt him himInto himIto himinto
Ito Into unconsciousness uCOolouees and that tht bo hadnt hadntknown hadntkown hadntknown
known kown much from fr then on Two To de detectives detetVe dotectives ¬
tectives tetVe found loud Scotti Soti again yesterday yesterdayHe Yetr
He le was on Twentyseventh TeutYlvelth street strt be between b between ¬
tween twen Sixth Sixh and Seventh Sventh avenues He Hecouldnt le leoouldnt Hocouldnt
couldnt explain epln his running rnning any better betterthan oottAlrthan betterthan
than he could culd before bfor so he was locked lockediip
iip UI again agan on the same charges chare that tha of ofaeine ofbing ofbeing
being bing a I suspicious person The police pollooare pla
are ar looking loking for Miller Mier prso Newman is II still stilltoo sti stilltoo
too t sick to appear In court courtThere curt curtTere courtThere
There Tere have appar been bn a good lo many hold holdups boldup holdups ¬
ups in the tbereglon region of late and the police policehavent polc policehavent
havent up landed lande many malY assailants assailantsTHREE alantl alantl1IIIII assailantsTInE
THREE 1IIIII CHARGED CI111F1 WITH ARSOX ARSOXFur 4RW 4RWr 4R50VFur
Fur r Store 8lerf Owner OwnerMlrgrd til lrEI reed lollatelturned lollatelturnedIII 10 le have Dumtd Dumtdlt Horned HornedHi
III lt Plate PlateBOSTON IlateBoeToi art artBRTN
BOSTON BRTN Nov No tt 2LPoIice Police Polc Inspectors Inspectorsonlght Insptors Insptorstonight inspectorstonight
tonight tonight arrested arted Samuel Smuel I Gordon Gordonlead Gordonhed Gordonheadofthe
hed headofthe lead of the firm fr of Samuel Bmul SamuellGordonCo SamuellGordonCofur I Gordon A Co Cour Cofur
fur ur dealers delers on Summer Sumellltrt street and Morris Morrisftudwlck Moi MorrisJtudwlok
ftudwlck Rdwlck and Benjamin Bnjamin Davies Dvie In con connection conneton conneotion ¬
nection neton with an alleged alee conspiracy cnspir to todefraud todefrau1 todefraud
defraud Insurance Imuranc companies companiesThe cmpanleTle
The Tle first frst two are ar charged chrge with arson arsonand alllonae arsonand
and ae the latter It r with Ith being Ing an accessory accessoryo acor
to o a fire fre in the Gordon store Ilor on June 10 10last II 19last
last
lastLate Late IAte tonight tolllht th the police plce recovered recvered furs fursvalued Iur tiaravalued
valued at about abut SSooo 10 000 from a shed sbe in inDorchester InDorcheter inDorchester
Dorchester Dorcheter where they tley were we hidden hiddenand hlddfn hlddfnand
and Inspectors lnpr made three thr raids rald in the thetown te tetown thetown
town of Franklin In search rh or more mor goods goodsbut go goodsbut
but without success succesflAfter SUC successAfter
After Afer tho fire fre the insurance people peoplewent peopl8went peoplewent
went through the ruins rln but failed taie to toAnd tonnd tofind
And any remains remln of furs valued vlue at 120 20000 20000with 20ooowith
with wih which the store Itore had been stocked stockedLater stockedLter stockedLater
Lter Later a claim clim for Insurance lnumnce was wa put In Inand Inad Inand
and ad the police polc begun bgln an investigation investigationwith Invetgaton Invetgatonwith
with the te result relt that lorris August a amember amembr amember
member membr of the flnn Is alleged ale ed to have havemade havemae havemade
made a confession conrelon saying that tha the furs furshad tur furshad
had h mae been removed remove from lrm the establish establishment ttablsh ttablshment establishmeat ¬
ment and hidden hiden In various places plc pre previous pre proylous ¬
vious vou to the firing frin of the store storeThe storeThe storeThe
The goods go recovered rv re tonight were wereound werefound werefound
found through what wht August Auglt told and andfurther andlurther andfurther
further search srch Is II being made madl in other otherplaces otherplce otherplaces
places placesCITY plce placesCITY
CITY COMPTROLLER ACCUSED ACCUSEDTrade ACOUSEDTdH ACCUSEDTrdre
Trade TdH Assembly Alembl Asks Ala nor Hughes Uushf to toHemo toBemOvI toRemove
Remove BemOvI > eSHienectadyf 8eeectad Financial Fnanlal Officer OfficerALBANT Olcer OlcerALBANY OlileerALBANY
ALBANY Nov No 29 2VTe 29The The Scheneotady ScheneotadyTrades Shenetady ShenetadyTrde Sc1iem cL dy dyTrades
Trades Trde Assembly Aembly today toay filed fed charges chargeswith cbrcs cbrcswith chargeswith
with Coy Hughes Huges against aglnlt Olin Oln S Luff Luffman Lutrmn Luffluau
man mn City Ciy Comptroller Comproller of Schenectady Schenectadyupon Shenectdy Shenectdyupon
upon which hlob tho Governor Govoror la I asksd ukG to toremove toremove toremove
remove him from office ofce for a violation violationof violaton violatonof
of the State labor lbr law lw in paying bills billsfor bis bistor billsfor
for street paving where protest had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been bn filed fl because tu pvne tb the contractor ctrtr ptNt had hadworked h hadworked
worked his hi employees eploy ten tn and eleven elevenlours elevenhours elevenhours
hours lours contrary ctmr to the statute limiting limitingto Jmll
to eight the te hours of labor lbo on municipal municipalwork municipl municiplwork municipalwork <
work Comptroller Cmptroller LutTmsn Lllmn Is given givenuntil givenuti givenuntil
until uti Monday Mody next net to file fle his hil answer answerand answerand answerand
and appear appr for bearing hering here htr before bfore the theGovernor theGovernor theU
Governor U overnor
Committee to Probe Pobe State Department DepartmentResumes nfpart DepartnientsResumes tfnt tfntBHump
Resumes BHump Work WorkALBANT WorkALSixy ork orkALJAKY
ALBANT ALJAKY Nov 29 29The The Te special sub subcommittee subcmmitte subcommIttee ¬
committee cmmitte of the Finance Fnnc and Ways Waysand Waysand Waysand
and Means lecommltt committees appointed appoint by byhe bythe bythe
the last Legislature Lgislatur to Investigate Invetgate the tbeInanolal thetnoll thefinancial
financial needs of State departments departmentsand
tnoll ne deprtments deprtmentsad
and ad Institutions Inaluto resumed rume work ork here hereoday heret heretoday
t today 7 The committee cmmitt is I alto making makingan makinga
an a Inquiry nquI Into the needs ne of private and andBomlpubflo nndemlpubUo andsemipublic
semipublic Institutions receiving riving ap apiropnatlons appropriations
iropnatlons from the State with a view viewto ap
proptio to o reporting reportig on o the advisability avisbity of sub subtituting subalibiing ub ubstutng
tituting stutng a central cntml board brd of control cntro of ofalt ofal ofall
alt al State 8tte institutions to assume aSume the func funclons tunctlon funclions
lions tlon now vested veste in the State Board Bord of ofCharities ofCrltlell ofcharities
Crltlell Charities State Btte Prison Commission CommissionState Commll n nState nState
State Lunacy Lunc Commission Commlslol and Fiscal Fiscallupervlsor FiscalSupervisor jscal8up
Supervisor 8up o of State Stte Charities CharitiesMB Charites CharitesBenrt CharitiesHennel MB B BBeonrt
Beonrt Benrt Sees 8e1 the I he Gotemor GotemorALB GoenlorALB GoernorALWANY
ALB ALB ALWANY ANT Y Nov No 29 2A 29Among Among ong Gov ov Hugheai Hugheaicallers HUgh HUghcle Hughecallers
callers cle today tody was Representative Repre ntatve William WilliamS Wiiam WiiamS
S Bennet of New York 1ork who discussed discussedrimary dlu discussedprimary e
prim primary > reform with wih the Governor Govrnor Mr MrJennet MrBennet
Jennet says he favors favo legislation to retain retainhe retainthe retainthe
the he convention oonventon ey system IYtm legltlon and permit op ¬
tional tonal direct dret nominations nomfntons where a I minor minorty minorIty minorIty
Ity ty Is II dissatisfied dlltafed with a nomination nominaton made madeat
at a convention conventioncterani cnventon cnventonrer conventionVeterans
Veterans rer Take Risks to Save War a Relies HellcsATLANTIC Rrlits RrlitsATNTI ReliesAmrrrzo
ATLANTIC ATNTI CITT OIT Nov 29 29Veterans Veterans Veteran of ofJoe ofJ ofJoe
Joe J Hooker Pont POt O A R risked riske their theirIves th theirlives lr lrlve
lives lve to t save eav battle btte flags P roster rOer rolls roll and andther ad adotr andother
other otr war relics relc tonight when a flre flres flr flrL I
l L s a shoemakers ahomkrs shop on o the first tt floor floorof fcor 1
of o the t Hotel Htlleb Blnghara spread Into Memo Meo Memorial
ri rial ial Hall H When Whn the th 8 smoke oke became be BO BOanew
dn dense anew that tt It was wa perilous for even evn the
firemen Jen to venture t pu Into lt the building buidng
pollee lloe reserve rr wore w compelled to use useorce
opele t U
eo force or orce to prevent t the th veterans from fr going
wok i afterreHoa atAlr after p r1O r llce they bad M been forced forcedo JOiS
to o leave 1ye behind th b I
The damage d b be to u tho 1k building b Jac J U about out
e W I t jt jtI
A < t
r 1A A NEW 100 tO TO HELP WOMEN IOMEHVEX18 WOMENVEXS
VEX18 SUFFRAGE LEAGUE IS ISSTARTED ISttTRTED 13874RTED
STARTED AT LAST LASTGeorge 1 L45TGeorge ST STGeoree
George Foster Foter Peabody PeDY U I the PrMldeat PrMldeatWilliam PHdrt PHdrtam ProsidefitWilliam
William am Dean Dra howell lowel One of the Vies VleePresidents Vice ViesPresidentaA
Presidents PrfldeataA A DIE DE < Campaign I IPlanned Is IsPlannedIf 1 1Plannrdl
Plannrdl PlannedIf Planned If Interested Interftf You May MayI MayIMax Join JoinMax JotsMax
Max Eastman Etmn who started str a men menleague meRIMgue mens mensleague
league for the promotion promoton of woman wemn suf suffrage au suffrage
frage several months ago has ba succeeded suoceedscat uod uodat
at last Jat in getting gettne together togeter 100 10 prominent proralnonvoters prminent prminentvoters prominentvoters
voters who are willing wflug to have hve their name nameinscribed namlnrlbed name4inscribed
inscribed lnrlbed on bin roll rl Mr Eastman Etmn called calleda oaled oaleda
a special splal mooting of the hundred hund jester jesterday yesterlay tAlr tAlrcly
day cly afternoon afternon at the City Club Officers Officersami 010 010aN Ocel5anti
anti committees cmmitt were elected electedTho eleted electedFIre
aN
FIre 110 name of the organization orgnizton is The TheMens Theens TheMens
Mens ens League Lague for Woman omn Suffrage SuffrageIt
It in II described de be In the prospectus as a non nonpartisan nonpartl nonpartisan
partisan partl n political po1llcal organization organlztol for th thpurpose the thepur thepurpose <
pur purpose of aiding the movement movment for equa equafranchise eu equal equalfranchise
tranchll franchise throughout the te State Stte The Theheadquarters Thehedquarters Thehoadquartsra
headquarters hedquarters will wi be at 113 13 Waverley Waverleyplace Waverleyplc Waverleyplace
place plc but Its It Itawork work will wi extend etend throughout throiighouthe tbrolllhout tbrolllhoutthe
thi the State Branches Brnche will wi be b established establishedin etblshe
in cities cllel from New York to Buffalo BuffaloThe Buaalole BuffaloThe
The le members will wl conduct t public publo meet meetings meet meetinga ¬
Iing ings and make house hou e to house canvasses canvassesand cVue cVueand canvassesand
and will wl also alo attend atend legislative Jeglaltve hearings hearingsrelating herlnp hearingsrelating
relating to the te theubject subject of woman womn suffrage suffrageThey suffrge suffrgeThey suffrageTheyare
They Theyare are ae planning to make a fine showing showiniat IIhowna
at Albany when the annual pilgrimage o othe ot ofthe
the fighters fRhters for rorlrnchlse franchise takes take place plao In InFebruary InFebrury InFebruary
February George Foster FOter Peabody Peaboy was wa elected electedpresident electe electedpresident I
president of the league and Max East Eastman EstI Eastman ¬
man secretary lecretr and treasurer treuur The he orson executive exe orsontive ¬
tive committee oommltte Includes Includel Oswald Osw Garri Garrison Gar Oarriaon ¬
son Vlllard Vilrd C C Burlingham Burln hm Charles CharlesH Crle I
H Strong Strng soninlaw 80nlnlw of John D I Rooks Rockefeller Rke Rooksfeller ¬
feller feler Prof Vladimir Vlimir Simkovltch Bimkovlth DrSimon DrSimon Dr DrSimon
Simon Flexner Flxner and Prof John Dewey DoweyThe Dwe DweThe DeweyThe
The vicepresidents are William Wilam Dean DeanHowells Den Den10woll Deanfiowehls
Howells vlepresidents William Vi 1111am Ivins Iins Herbert Par Parsons ParBn ParBone ¬
sons 10woll Bn William WIlam Wilam 8 Bennot Dnnot Rabbi 1tbbl Stephen StephenWise Stephe StephenWise
Wise WI William Wiim Jay Schleffelin SleffeUn Prof ProfNathaniel ProfNatniel lrofNathaniel
Nathaniel Natniel Schmidt Shmidt of Cornell Cornel the Rev RevJohn Rv RvJohn RevJohn
John F Peters Petrs Langson Ln n C Stewardson CStewardsl CStewardsonpresident Stewardsonpresident
president pre ldent of Hobart Hobrt College CoUe e C H I Brock Brockway Brk Brkway Brockway
way former Mayor of Elmira Elmir and John JohnB Joh
B Olmstead Omstead of Buffalo BuffaloThe ButraJoThe BuffaloThe
The membership membmhlp rose ro yesterday yeetAlry to t ISO ISOAmong 15 150Among
Among those who have enrolled enolNt are ae Ed Edward E Edward ¬
ward Amongthq T Bevine 1elne Hamilton lalton Holt Prof ProfJames ProtoJame ProfJames
James Jame Shotwell Ahotwel of Columbia Le De DeForrest D ThuForrest
Forrest Fort John E Milholland Mlboland PrQf W P PTrent PTrent PTrent
Trent Col Cl George Grge Harvey Edwin Ewn Mark Markham Mk Mkham Markham
ham Edward Lauterbach LutAlrbct Charles Cales Rann RannKennedy R flannKennedy
Kennedy Frederick Frerick Nathan Nat John JohnMitchell Jobl JohnMitcheII
Mitchell Kenney Edwin B Blosson Blon Leonard LeonardOpdycke Lnr LeonardOpdycke
thel Fwl
l Opdycke George Gerge A Chlsholme and ad Will Willlam Wi Willlam
lam la Gpycke Gordon Ver Planck PlanckIt PlanckI
It I is I announced that any ay man ma who whois whIs whoIs
is really rely announc Interested Intrl in votes vot for women womsnwill womenwill i iwi
will wi be welcomed as a member memberTRACKS mebr mebrTlltKS memberTR4CK5
TRACKS TlltKS UNDER VNDEl 11TB AVE AVEN
N Y Central CMtrl Fears Subway 81bwar Change CI Could CooleNot Couldot < e
Not ot Be Made Vnder Present PMe lw lwTl Lw LwT LawThe
Tl The e Public Publo Service Sric ICmmllon Commission re received r recelved ¬
ceived crved yesterday a reply from Ira A APlace APlace APlace
Place vicepresident vlceprldnt of the New York YorkCentral YorkCntral YorkCentral
Central Cntral to the suggestion suggetion that tbt the rail railroad rU rUid railioad
road id o otjtain taln from the commission comml lon a fran franchise frn frncbll franchiae ¬
chise cbll for R i subway for its It Eleventh avenue avenuetracks avenuetracks avenuetracks
tracks tracksMr tracksMr tracksMr
Mr Place writes write that he will wi be glad gladto gld gldto
to confer cnfer wih withthe with the commission cmmllon with wlthr witlire witliregard re regard ¬
gard to the proposal but adds ad that In 1 his hisopinion hl hisopinion
opinion the desired delr result r ult cannot cot bo b ac accomplished a socomplished ¬
complished complsbe under the sections Itons of the therapid therapid therapid
rapid transit law cited brthe commis commission commi commision ¬
ion He suggests BUgjesta that special spIAl legisla Jelll Jelll10u legialatloir legislation ¬
tion 10u will wi Ira needed need In reply the commis comml coznmLsaion commission ¬
sion says Hy that it will wi be glad gla to confer conferwith confe conferwith
with Mr Place on December Deember 2 and adds addsthat add addsthat
that One reason why so little litle J has been beenaccomplished bn bnaccmplishe beenaccomplIshed
accomplished accmplishe is li because bl the commis commission cmmi commission ¬
sion has hal not been willing wilng to recommend recommendthe rtmmend rtmmendthe
the of perpetual rights to
grunt grnt Jrptlal your yourcompany yourompny yourcompany
company In 11 addition additon to such rights rght as asyou uyou a ayou
you ompny now claim on the West Wet Bide and your yourcompany yourompanyJ yourcompany
company ompanyJ has not been ben willing wlig to apply
for modified moife rights rlgh such as a are penal permissible prI penalsible aply ¬
sible under the rapid transit tmnlit act actAVTO actAtTO actAUTO
AUTO TURNED A SOMERSAULT SOMERSAULTYoung fOVEISAfJLT fOVEISAfJLToun
Young oun Woman omal Thrown Tr1 Thirty Trty Feet FeeBe FeetHer FeetHerCompanion Her HerflB
flB Companion CempanloPIDN Ffnurd Down DownHACKFNHACK DOW DownllAcxNsAcic
HACKFNHACK ICFNRCK N J Nov 29 21F F A AMcCaffrey AMcatrey AMcCaffrey
McCaffrey Mcatrey whq Is connected II cnnected with wthanaut an auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile house in West Wrlt Fiftyseventh Fiftyseventhstreet Flraenth Flraenthatrt
street atrt New York and Miss MII Margaret MargaretNea 1farzr
Nea Nfa of Teaneck Tent1 narrowly escaped escp death deathlate det deathlate
late lt Sunday Sundy night at Teaneck Tenck when the theauto te teauto theauto
auto in which they were wre riding ridlnt dashed dasKedinto do dashedlute
into a pile of olltont stones in the te middle midde of the tharoad te terd theroad
road rd and turned a somersault somersaultThe smerult smerultThe
The young woman woma who Is house housekeeper hO housekeeper ¬
keeper kpr for Dr Charles Charle O Percival Pervl editor editorof etr etrof
of Health Healh Magazine Jtd azn was wa thrown trow thirty tl
feet fet barely brly missing a telegraph telegp polo poloShe poleShe
She is suffering sutern from a severely wrenched wrenckedback w wrenchedback P ed edbck
back bck and from lrm shock shok McCaffrey 1ollry 1ollryClnned Was WasCinned waspinned
Cinned roken pinned brokenThe rokenTha rokenThe under unde the car cr and had h an arm armroken ar armbroken
The stones had been bn dumped dump In I the theroad therd theroad
road rd by a contractor contmcr to be used for the thafoundation thefoundton thefoundation
foundation foundton of a 1 dwelling dwelng house us There Therewas Therewa Therewas
was wa no lamp on the obstruction obstrction The Thecar Thecr Thecar
car cr is a total wreck wreckSUICIDE wck wckSUIIDE wreckSUICIDE
SUICIDE SUIIDE FEARED BLIXDXEBS BLIXDXEBSElderly BLNDYE BLNDYEEldtrly RL1NDNESElderly
Elderly Eldtrly Mm Killed Klf Himself Ilmllr Because eeBe eeBeFaing of ofFalling SrFailIng
Falling Faing Vision VisionHenry VitflHenry IlonHenr
Henry Henr K Metucherlln 1etucheln 60 1 year yers old oldowner old oIdowner
owner of considerable cnldemble real rl estate etat in I Brook Brooklyn Bk BkIyn Brooklyn ¬
lyn and Manhattan Manhatt killed klNthhnelt killedhimselt himself yester yesterday Y8tr yesterday ¬
day dy afternoon In his hi home hom on on the th Shore ShoreRoad fhO ShoreRoad
Road Rd at Eightyseventh street stt Fort FortHamilton Fo Forthamilton
Hamilton HamiltonA Hamion HamionIhort
A short Ihort time before brore he shot ot hImself hlmMlfMetescherlln hlll hImselfMet
Metescherlln Metlcherln Met cherlln was wa sitting altlng Infan upstairs upstalnroom uplr
room talking to Thomas Thoma Bennett Dnett his hiscollecting hiscolletng hiscollecting
collecting colletng agent agnt Bennett Dnett called cled his hi at attention attention attention ¬
tention to the sunset SUMt across alO the water waterand wt waterand
and Metzacherlln lfet7Aherln said ld that tht he couldnt couldntsee cudt cudtIt
see It because bU he was losing his sight sightA alt
A few minutes later lter Bennett Bnnet was down downstair downstaiN ¬
stair stalr with Mrs rs Metzscherlln M8tzherln when d01n d01nstalr they
heard herd a shot from the upper floor floorMetcscherlln f floorMetzecberlln r rle
Metcscherlln le uchern was w dead e when uppr a phyaloUn phplo
arrived arrlvl un a raDio tDle was a piece pie or paper paperon
on which a note was scrawled amwle I pp cant canthelp cnt cnthelp canthelp
help doing this I am a blind blindSPECIAIj blnd blnd8PEII blindSPECIAIa
SPECIAIj 8PEII 8PEIIBABIES NOTICE NOTICEBABIES l4OTlCrBABIES
BABIES BENEFIT BY BYNEW BYNEV BYNEJV
NEW SKIN DISCOVERY DISCOVERYSlop
Slop Itching Ilhtn Immediate Imm latrl flootlits oothe man manComfort al ahdComfort
Comfort the Little Utte Ones OnesA Onf
A demonstration of the efficacy aDd entire utlr
harrale bUlnlsne8 harmlessness sneM of potlatn pllam the new ne skin die discovery dl dlcoven diecovers ¬
coven I is afforded aored when It li I applied apple to the thelender Ibetender thetender
tender skin of Infant who are tortured tortur with withrashes withrashes
rashes rahe chafing channii scaly laly and crusted crute humors humorsand humoraand humorand wit
and other skin separations Ecrayaton Its It effect effectsoothlnr eet
I iii soothing 80thln the Itbhlnr Ithlna stops at ones the thoskin theskin theskin
condition conditionIn cnditon cnditonIn skin heals heall and l is quickly restored rNtere to t normal normalcondition noral noralcnditon normalcondition
In the various forms of kin Illn troubles treubll In Inloth
both Infants and nd adults adul poslam plam produces produceseneflclal
beneficial benefclll > results rlull from the first frlt application apploaton ruct
Eczema Ezema acne herpes hlrprl rash totter tetn etc etcyield etcyield 10 10Yield
yield readily readiy to Its Is remarkable curative curativeproperties curat curativeproperties
properties propertes Occasional Ooaslonal applications applcatons will willquickly 11i 11iI
wl wlI
I quickly banish pimple blotches and coin COI coinpiexlon
I lexlon > blemishes btmlhe and will I relieve relee and cure curetchlna
Itching IcblRl feet scaly scalp lIeap humors huur etc etcloalam
Poslam Io lam CM be bl had for fifty Iry cent oenl at t any anyellable anyrtllble airyreliable
reliable rtllble druggist drulat particularly partcularly Hatan Hegftesni hlegvmanaHikers
Hikers Rker KalUhs KW Kinsmans Knsm u and Jung Junaraanns Jun JunmUl Jungmanna
manna mUl who make me a specialty pelaty of it Or OrIhe Orthe
he Emergency E raeDo Laboratories LboratrlN No jj West
Twertyflfth Twwyffh Street Btr et New NewYorl York City CIF1 Will Willend willsend
end ed a trial trlaian supply > r free by mull to t sny ny on onwho one onewlo ourswho
who wlo will 1 writs wri for It This nl is sufficient ta e eihow
haw w results rll la 3fa a4bours ei t
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KILLKD LIVE LIJB j BECOYS BECOYSTfcoy BEIS BEISj BEISnw ECOVSThey
They nw were on tHe te iheJb J b Waeo Wea a Gamer Se er Who WBOWttat f WhoHIt
HIt Xftw r TMm Th5 Met t tPI Taew TaewPom feislPIN
PIN PI BVOOK 001 O0E N J Nov M aTetr aTetrle Twenty Twentyflve lentyfive
five le dollars deIai was paid pd by Arthur Collins Collinsof Colu Coluof
of FeMale P lo Ibis moraine lac to Wilbur Wlbur Conroy Conroyfor Cnroy Cnroyfor
mallard ducks Tho Thobird Thobln Thebirds
for killing kl18C a pair plrorala of ofmallrd
bird bln were 0 captured cr by b Conroy Cry several severalyear aeTra aeTraa severalyears
year ago o after al aft 1 bad ohot boad and woUnded wotlndedthen wotnde woUndedtheI
then th8 a B llHMd el their thir wings and kot kotthe kept kepttoe keptthe
duokto for In the hunting
the tuo use tl hublnC Mason Masonas IO
as a decoys decoysCollins de y
Collins Clbls saw the t ducks duca swimming almmlnr In Ina Inpl
a pool Bear tie the Passaic Pulo River Riv this tht morn morning mornIna mornlng ¬
ar
ing pl and d shot mad ad killed JIU both bh of o them themConroy themCry themCouroy
Conroy Cry placed plo aG then th In the pool pol several severalday severalday eeral eeraldy
day ago ola IB order that t t their telr quacking quackingmight quackingm quftokingmight
dy
might m ht attract attrc or any u wild Wid ducks duct in the thaneighborhood thon thenghborhood
neighborhood n chbrho This Thil morning he started startedout str startedout
out ou on a hunting hltq trip Just Jut before bor reach reaching raoh raohIn reachag ¬
ing In ag the tl pool he beard be two shots lots and ad saw oawa sw swa sawaflpclcofdnckgriseovera
a a aflpclcofdnckgriseovera nock fk of P1 duoks dto rise ris over oer a fringe frln of trees treeswhich tr treeswhioli
which whic bordered brr the te little ltte pond Hurry Hur ¬
log forward forard be was In time time to see s Cln Collinskill Collins Collinski
ki ki kill the tame tme mallards mallrll which still sti re remained r tomaiced ¬
mained malne in 11 the tb water waterApplicant WAterApplicant te tepploaat
Applicant pploaat for AlrtMp Aln Ucenie UCe e Turned TurnedBOWB Tue TurnedALSAirv
BOWB BOWBALBANY enALN
ALBANY ALN Nov NoV 29 2eetr 29B Secretary of State StateKoenlg SlateKonla StateKoenig
Koenlg Konla received reolnd another application pplctlon to today tody today ¬
day dy for an airship license 1001e the applicant applicantbeing apploant apploantbelnc applicantbeing
New York Mr Koenlg Koenlgreplied Koenigreplied
being a Ne Yor man mn M Konig Konigreple
replied reple that tht at t this time the State Stt of ofNew 01New ofNew
New York does dO Dot Tksue ue licenses lone permiffing per permitting ¬
pr prmlttn
miffing people to navigate 8vlpte in II the air airBetter airKetter r rB
mlttn ppl te
Better B r wait Wt until utl after arr your first firstflight drt drtf flstflight
flight f Rht replied replie tl thd th Secretary 8tr of State Statethen Stte Sttetb Statethen
then tb you may my zna change da your you mind mindThe mlndThe mindThe
The name ne or o the applicant applCt was wa not notgiven notrlven riotgiven
given rlven
PATRICK PATRIC IN COURT COURTLawyer r tOURTLawyer VRT VRTLa
Lawyer La r Comtct Co1et Beenres 8 m an Adjournment Adjournmentand Ad Adj urnmpnt urnmpntaDd urnm rn rnand
and GOes Oar Back aek to Sing 8m Stag StagAlbert 8bs 8bsAlb SingAlbert
Albert Alb T Patrick P who Is s serving servinglife IlnUe
life Ue term tnn in Sing Sing Slna for the murder mure of ofWilliam orWiia ofWilliam
William Marsh Rice nine years ago
Wiia larhRce yeai ap appeared apprbfor apneared
neared prbfor before the Appellate Apjlato Division Dvl810n of ofthe
the Supreme Court Cour In Brooklyn Drkn yesterday yesterdayon
on a writ wiot writof of habeas hb corpus An A adjourn adjournment adounl adounlment adjounimeat ¬
ment was wl jrant granted because bUI his attorney
W L L McDonald McDonld wished wse time in which
to study stud the return retur submitted aubmltt by Assistant A whlrl ietant
District Dltriot Attorney Taylor of Manhattan ManhattanPatrick Manhatan ManhatanPatrick ManhattanPatrick
Patrick conducts onduot his own ownC COM and
Lawyer lAwer McDonald 1fcDnld merely occupies opie sni llw llwposition Ih Ih1on tliposition
position 1on of ora a sort of consulting coneultng attorney attorneywho atorny
who now and then makes formal foral motion motionon motion
on behalf bohJ of bin hi lawyer lwyr client clet Tim Timmotion Tho ruemotion
motion moton to adjourn adourn the present prent mailer mailerwas matlr matlrw inatirwas
was w made mae by McDonald lUcnld and the hearing hearinl
was wSlt set for Thursday Thul A motion moton to ti
have Patrick Ptrick placed plc in custody cusloy of Sheriff Sherif
Hobby HobleY1 was denied deie The court room rm WM WMcrowded wajcrowded
1
crowded crowO when Patrick Patrck arrived arive In char charof chr chrof charge chargeof
of a State detective dettl ve and his hl wife wlo w wamong A Aamong
among the spectators pcttra Following Folowing the theadjournment th8adjournment theadjournment i
adjournment he was remanded to Sin Sing SiriThe
Sing SingThe BII
The Appellate App lato Division Divison in Brooklyn Brkly
decided decde against splnt Patrick on a former fortnoroccasion form formoclon formeroccasion
occasion oclon when he sought sught to secure secur his hi hifom
freedom fom on the ground aund that the death doalhsentence dlhaentenc deathaentence
sentence aentenc had been bn commuted cmmuted to life lfe
imprisonment against his hi will wll Thnt Thntmatter Thlt Thltmattr Thntmatter
matter mattr was W appealed aPPled and is now nw point ¬
ing In II the present prt instance Instanc he claims claimsthat claimsthat claimsthat pd
that his hil execution exeuto was w illegally Iegly post postponed postponed ¬
poned by an order orer signed sige by Justlco JustlcoOBrien JUltC JustirsOBrlen Plt Pltponed
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