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I HARDSEASQN HARD IIARDSEASONFORTIIE SEASOK FORTHB FOR THE LAYERS LAYERSFERCEXTAGE LAYERS1llCEXlGE LAYERSIrflcxT1GE
FERCEXTAGE OF WiNNING wn I GA GA1ORlTlS FA FAVORITES FAVORITES ¬
VORITES GREATKST JKVER JKVERta
ta 1 nil Races 3B4 39 Pint Choice Are ArcSuccrtsful AreIUllfllrul Aresiieceurul
Succrtsful Also 104 Second H eond Choice Choicenil ChGlcNand ChGlerantI
and nil ta 7 Third Choice ChGlellllSl 181 Hones Honest
at t H to 1 or r Better Bett r Victorious VictoriousJudging VictoriousJudging letortoWlJudging
Judging from the remits of the races racesrun noesrun raoesrun
run on the Jockey Clubs tracks in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York State this year the th nocalled book bookmakers bookI1Il1kers bookuakers ¬
makers did not have much to spare In Inthe Inthe inthe
the struggle with the form players playersFnemics playersEnlmll8 playersEnemies
Enemies of racing when attempting to tajoint toIMlnt to1Iflt
joint out the evil supposed suppo ed to emanate emanatefrom emanaterrom emanaterrom
rrom betting seldom fail to allude to tocrafty tocrafty tocralty
crafty bookmakers who are rolling rollingin
in wealth because the public la I victimized victimizedbf Tictlml Tictlmlhy
bf 1 a brace game It Is candidly ad admitted adnl admilled ¬
milled nl ttld by any fair minded turf advocate advocatethat
that racing Is a hard game to beat but butit butIt
it is also true that many acceptors o ooral of ofoml oforal
oral wagers during the recent campaign campaignhere
here lost heavily because of the remark remarkable remarksh1e remarkhe ¬
able he consistency of what Is known as aspublio aspublio aspubiiO
publio form formAccording formccordlng formAccording
According to records of well knowd knowdspeculators knawrlculatrs knowilspeculators
speculators culatrs who keep tabs on each years yearibusiness years yearsbU8inIM yearsbuineM
business or orrather rather rather the form displayed displayedby
by public choices last season surpassed surpassedall
all previous ones in the number and andpercentage nndrcentnge andpercentage
percentage of winning favorites second secondand secondrid secondand
and rid third choices There were 13 1M days daysdevoted daysdevot daysdevoted
devoted devot d to the sport in Intbls this State ex exclusive exclusive exelusive ¬
clusive of hunt meetings and In that thattime thattime thattime
time 817 races were run Incuding steeple steeplechases ateepJChMeI steepl6chase ¬
chases In these events 394 39 favorites favoriteswere ravorlteere
were ere successful a record breaking per percentage perCfntolte percntage ¬
centage of 48 8 184 second choices and andR7
R7 7 third choices won making n atolal total of
675 successful public choices or an aver averagn averlit averstg
agn lit of 83 per e1 cent There were 115 11 un unplaced unIlaCfd noplaced ¬
placed favorite and andlU 121 12 1 winners wlnn r at odds oddsof
of R to 1 or orxnore more Many Manyof of these theelong theelonghots long longshots longshots
shots were heavily backed too BO that thattha thatthe thatthe
the men menwho who laid the odds and took oral oralwagers ornIrs oialwagers
wagers Irs were evidently up against a stiff stiffgame surrjameo stiffgame
game Many of the layers who finished finishedahead finl finishedahead hed hedahllld
ahead of the game were unable to collect collectwhat collecthat collectwhat
what hat was coming to them but those who wholost wholost whowere
lost were compelled as a matter of policy policyand polleyand policyand
and custom to made good every dollar dollarVet dollarYet dollarYet
Yet in spite of this thlremarkable remarkable mani manifestation manltntatlon rnanifestation ¬
festation of form it is n fact that th t numer numerous numerous numerflue ¬
ous races were regarded as queer and andsome andsome andson
some son of the best known jockeys were wereroundly wereroundly wareroundly
roundly scored for tSr suspicious looking lookingrides lookingridEs lookingrdee
rides The absence of organized oroJganl odbook odbookmaklngand book bookmaking bookmaking
making maklngand and the thagreat great falling off In the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of t price priceD pnicemakers makers kera at the tracks trackswere tracksere trackswere
were ere said to b > reasons why the horses horsesran
ran more closely clo ely to the calculations of ofform otform ofform
form students than in former years yearsbut yearbutat yearsbut
but butat at the same time it must not be over overlooked overlookld overlooked ¬ i
looked that many of of the successful successfulfavorites succell8fulravorites successfulfavorites I
favorites were at such short odds that thatfew thatfew hatfew
few persons per ona could back them ThPMI The ThePeer Ih IhPeer
Peer for Instance won a race at 1 to 40 40while 40while O Ohile
while hile Olambala Jack Atkins and Celt CeltMoored CeltlCOO Celtmeoredatlto
Moored lCOO meoredatlto datlto at 1 to 90 WlthFitz with Fit Herbert quoted quotedat
at 1 to 15 01 o several occasions Some Romeof
of these short pr priced ced favorites were up upset upset upset ¬
set too notably The Peer P r at 1 to 12 when whenho whenhe
ho indulged in one of his erratic per performances perfonnances performauces ¬
formances formancesThe
The layers almost to a man admitted admittedthat admlt admltthat admittedthat
that the players displayed dil < incrpan Incrall1dknowledge increaledknowledge d dknowledge
knowledge of the game They asserted assertedthat assertedthat
that in a majority of races no matter matterhowmarry matterhow matterhow I
howmarry how many horses went to the post the theplay tlieplay theplay
play was centred upon two or three threetartern threeltarters threestarters
starters and that the only chance they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had to win was when those choices ran rancontrary ranontrary raneontrry
contrary to the way they were played playedor
or some unbacked long lon shot got home homet6
t6 upset the talent The he average prc prcmaker price priceniak pnicomakertherefore
maker niak makertherefore therefore wilt tell you that tlu t he had hadan
an unusually bad year all things con considered conlIidered considerod ¬
sidered and that his prospects pros ts for another anotherseason an anotherseason ther therstalO
season are not particularly bright brl ht The Thebetting Thebetting Thebetting
betting as a rule rulel was wa rather light There Therewere Thereere Therewere
were ere very vol few big b g bettors the specula speculation ¬
tion being In a limeaaureconftned measure confined to tosmall tosmall tosmall
small fry operators or to the layers who whowagered wholIoItcred whowaere4
wagered with wltbone one another I The In Inability Inability inability ¬
ability to record wagers caused numerous numerousdisputes numerousdisputes numerousdeputes
disputes which could not be adjusted adjustedby
by the former methods of arbitration arbitrationso
so that the entire system of betting was washardly wahllrdly washsrdy
hardly satisfactory satisfactoryThe
The opening meeting < < at Belmont Park Parkhich Parkwhich Parkwhich
which began on May 13 continued eleven elevendays elevendays elevendays
days in which 67 races raoeswere were run Thirty Thirtynix
nix ix favorites were victorious a per percentage perentage pereantage ¬
centage < of 54 while sixteen second choices choicesand choicesand choicesand
and two third choices were we also success successful 00088 00088tul ¬
ful with six favorites unplaced The Thewinning TheInnlnl Thewinning
winning Innlnl horses hor 61 at 8 to 1 or better were wereKlfln wereIftn wereEifln
Klfln Iftn Beau 8 to 1 Waldo 10 to 1 De DeMund DeJund De4und
Mund 10 to tel l May Mayfliver River 15 to 1 Dalma Dalmatian Dalmatian Dalmatisa ¬
tian 10 to 1 liJobry Mary Davis 10 to t Racquet Racquetto
8 to 1 and Marcellus 16 g to 1 1In 1In iIn
In eleven days at Oravnsend there therewere thereWere therewere
were M races in which 36 favorites 12 12ftxcond 12ond 12iscond
ftxcond ond choices and 7 third choices won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the percentage of successful favorites favoritesbeing ravorltesMing favoritesbeing
being 55 5 Ten tlr first t choice did not notfinish nottlnlah notfInIsh
finish In the money and the Jong priced pricedwinners pricedwinners riced ricedwinnera
winners were Black Chief 35 2 to l Noln NolnMilja N01hulp Noiulga
Milja 15 to 1 Royal Onyx 12 to 1 Judge JudgeErmentrout JudJ8Frmentrout JudgeErrnentrout
Ermentrout 50 to 1 Prince Gal 20 to 1 lLucella 1Lucella 1Lucella
Lucella IS to 1 Bigot 00 O to I Mexoana MexoonaII
6 to 1 and Summer ummer Night 15 to 1 1The IThe 1The
The spring meeting at Sheepehead BheepeheadBax BheepeheadBaxcon Bay Bayconsisted Bayconsisted
consisted con Lstoo of orfourt fourteen en days with 84 races raceswhich raceewhich raceswhich
which produced 39 winning favorites favoritesa
a percentage of 48 15 second choices choicesIS
15 third choices and 12 unplaced favor favorites f4vofile favoflies ¬
lies with these victorious long shot shotftalmatUn shoUlTlalmatlan shotAflalmatian
ftalmatUn 15 to 1 Rockstone Rock tone 15 to 1 lXotasulga 1otaeuljrn 1otaeulga
Xotasulga 8 to ij 1 Sir John Johnson J hn on
12 to l liFirebox P Firebox 10 to 1 Black Mate 20 20to 20to 20to
to 1 Chlckasaw 40 O to 1 Tim Pippin Pippinin
10 to 1 Ida D D15 15 to 1 and St Dunstan DunstanR
R to 1 1The 1Thft 1The
The racing during the Empire City Citymeeting Citymeetfnl Citymeeting
meeting came In for some harsh com comment comment cornmeat ¬
ment yet in M D 6 races race run in sixteen days daysft
41 per cent nt of the favorites 39 3 got the themoney themoney themoney
money There were 21 successful second secondchoice aseondchoices 8ond 8ondcbolcPII
choice 14 third choice cho and 15 unplacedfavorites unplaced unplacedfllvoritetl tinplacedfavotes
favorites The long priced winners were wereZephyr wereZephyr I IZephyr
Zephyr 20 to 1 Fighting FII 1Unp Bob 15 to l lEnchau 1FIch iFiichau
Enchau FIch U12 12 to 1 Maltble 20 to 1 St Joseph Jo epb
20 to l Halket 10 to 1 Superstition 8 8TO efO 8V0
TO i Sir Neddam 8 to 1 Ida ld D 15 to 1 1Tony ITony 1Tony
Tony Faust 10 to 1 Frank Purcell JO JOto SOto 30If
to i Queen of the Hills 20 to lTOauviette lTOauviettet l fauvlett fauvlettto
t to 1 Campaigner 30 to 1 and Sbapdale Sbapdalei
i to 1 Fighting Bob Esohau Maltble MaltbleHalket M MaltbieIfalket ltble ltbleHlilket
Halket Superstition Super tltlon Sir Neddam aridTony arid aliaTony aikiTony
Tony Faust enabled shrewd persons pvrsonsto pertonato
to subject the layers to anartistlo trim trimming trimmine trimming ¬
ming
The Saratoga Barato < < a meeting the Urgent Urgentof
of the year lasted twentyfour days daysThere dayThere daysTh
There Th re were ere 144 races raCtltJln in which sixty alxt favor favorit favortIes
it tIes < os won on a percentage of 42 also thlrty thlrtyven thirtysven
sven ven second oholcee and fourteen third thirdchoices thlidchoicel thirdchoices
choices wtila w Ue thirtyflvB favorites were wereunplaced wereIIlIplacfld wereinpiaced
unplaced This meeting bristled with withtriumphant withtriumphant withtriumphant
triumphant long shots including Appll Application Appllcation Appllcation ¬
cation 10 to 1 Beaucoup 8 to 1 Sir John JohnJohnson JohnJohnllon JohnJohnson
Johnson 12 to 1 Spellbound 8 to 1 Bell Bellwether Bellether Bellwether
wether 15 to 1 Black Hawk 10 to l By Byzantine By2IIntlne Byziititlne ¬
zantine 8 to 1 Louise Welles GO 0 to 1 1Alice 1Wce 1lice
Alice lice Baird 10 to 1 Herpes 8 to 1 Rocky RockyOBrien RockyO RockyOBrlen401o1
OBrien O OBrlen401o1 rlen 40 to l Sir SjrJohnJohnson John Johnson 10 to 1 1Firestone Iir 1Firestone
Firestone ir tone 8 to 1 Qlennadeane 10 to 1 1lloriole 1OIoriole 1iloriole
lloriole a to 1 Pretend 8 to 1 Choir Choirmaster Cholrmallter Choimaster ¬
master of Chesternrook Che terbrook 30 to 1 11 Quantico QuanticoN
N 4 to I Wise Mason 8 to 1 Rio R 0 Grande Grandeto
1 to 1 Achieve 8 to 1 Spellbound 8 to tol
1 Henderson 20 0 to 1 Simple Honour Honourto
to i Donald MaoDonald 12 to 1 The TheWrestler TbeWrestler TheWrestler
Wrestler 8 to 1 St Deinlol 10 to 1 Aunt Auntlule AuntJule Auntlule
lule 15 l to 1 Rio Grande 10 to 1 and andHobbin andJlobbln andBobbin
Bobbin Around SO to 1 1The IThe 1The
The fall session slon at Sheepshead Bay Bayshowed Bayt Bayshowed
showed a greater percentage of winning winningfavorites winningfiVorites winningl
l favorites than ever were recorded on an anLantern anIR anEastern
t Lantern IR tern track Seventytwo Bevent two races were wererun wererun wererun
run in twelve days and fortythree fortythree favor favores favortes
tes es 80 per cent landed Jn front There Therewere TheeWfrft Therewere
were 21 victorious second choices four fourthird rourthird fourthird
third choices and seven favorite that fin finin finI finIshed
I Ished hd in the ruck The long shots that thatCampaigner thatWent thatwnt
Went over the plate In front were Bummer BummerNIht SummerNight
Night 20 to I Racauet 30 to 1 Queen Queenfar QueenMerguerite
Merguerite far uerlte 8 to 1 Woodcralt20to Woodcraft 20 to I Itllmpalgner 1Campaigner
Campaigner 10 to 1 Harlem Maid 12 to tol toI
l and nd Livonia 15 to 1 1In 1In 1In
In seventytwo race In twelve days daysat
at Oraveeend Orav nd In the fall thirtyfire favor favorite ravorlue favorItee ¬
ite got the money 11 and hung up a per perc percfntageot perCntags
c cfntageot Cntags ntag of 4 pere peiot 1 4t8 hftlHMDee4 hftlHMDee4ajbd g VMiiMa ceittessecs ceittessecsd s 4
ajbd d aIM ize thInI thftdooees g3eeeredwhHe
seven favorites were unpkoed Th The
long Ion priced oed winners at this meeting were I I
HudVa HU Hucta s Sister 15 to 1 1A1Ice Alice Baird 12 to 1
Wpoloaeta Wooloa ta 15 to 1 Alanarka 60 to 1
Tho Turk 80 to 1 Effendi 1 12 to 1 Kings Inl
Commoner 30 to 1 Majestic Maje tlo 10 to 1 and
Affliction Anlcton 15 to 1 1Then IThen 1Then
Then mme Belmont Dlont Park Prk again with withtwelve
twelve twlvo twelve days and seventytwo sevntytworc races In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which thirtyeight thlrtylaht favorites favorite scored for fora
a 1 percentage prntj of C3 G 3 per cent also eor twenty
one onl on second eond choices cholc pl and sir lx third thir choices cholo choi ee
i 1 is front with wit six lx favorites raori tee out of the themoney themoney themoney
money Ben Bn Loyal 10 to < 1 Twilight TJilht
Queen Quen 10 1 to 1 Hello Blo 12 1 to l Ii Everett Evrtt
8 to 1 and nndRoyal Royal R071 Captive Cptve 8 to 1 provided providedIn prvide provIdedupsets
u upsets upsetsin ts tsIn
In seventytwo races racs at the Jamaica Jamaicameeting Jamalo JamaIcameeting
meeting metloc of twelve twelve days thirtyfour thirtyfour fav favorites favorite rayorites ¬
orites orite paused the Judges JudCft first for fo a apar aparcentage per percentage ¬
centage < ntce of 47 4 Twenty Twnty second 8ood choices choicesand coics coicsnnd choicesand pr
and five fv third choices choic also alo scored with
eoor wih
thirteen thirn favorites favorit out of the money Th The
long shots shot that went over the theplte plate were r
Beauooup ucouP 10 to 1 Desirous Dlrus 10 to 1 May My
River 20 2 o to 1 Campaigner Cmpljerl0 10 to tol 1 Queen
Marguerite Marguerte 8 8to to l The Turk Trk 10 to 1 Prac ¬
Po
tics tcl 12 to i Rookstone 12 to 1 Marigot lManl ot
10 to 1 Mobility Mobity 10 tol County Couny Fair r
20 2 to 1 De D Kalb Klb 15 1 to 1 and Far West Wet
10 to 1 1At 1At 1At
At Aqueduct In seventytwo races I
seventtwo raO
thirtyfour thiryfour favorites favoritsl eleven second secondchoices secondchoic secondchoices
choices choic and eleven third choices cholc w wnrst were
first frst at the wire the percentage tnl of winning wiuln
rntag
favorites favorit being 47 4 Four favorites ravort failed failed
to get inside of the and the tale
t gt Inide money mone suc successful succful sueceesful ¬
cessful long shots hot were Cindy 10 to 1
Earls Court 20 2 to t t 1 Bang Bol 8 tol to 1 Hi Hid
Top 15 1 to 1 Hoffman Holm nr 80 t to t to 1 Racquet
8 to t 1 Hampton Hampfn Court Cout 15 ut to 1 Bhapdale Ruet
i2 12 to1I1n to 1 Imprudent > pnid nt 8 I to 1 li Dandy WBhaple ndylhxon JJixon
8 to 1 Sir Evelyn E veln 10 to t lPaUy 1P 1 Patsy ty 8 to l Ii
npofcstone noks lto kstone ne8 8 to i Star Bottle Btte 8 to 1 and
ane
Black BlaokMatei2to Mate 1lat 12 to 1
The most mot sensational senltonl killing klUng kuhn of the year yeaiwas yearWI yearwas
was WI pulled pule off by John E Madden with
Hampton Court Cour when the colt cl wa backed
from 1 25 2 to l down to t 0 I and won wa in a bcke gallop galop
Madden would not say ey how much money
he cleaned up but it was WI reported r porte that
the amount ran rn into flre fy fl figures
Among the price pricemkcrQo makers makerswbo fgr who were weremissing wereml weremIsain
missing ml mIsain ng a greater ter part 6f bttbewere Ottheeenion the season were
Leo Mayer iiayer English Engh hUm BillJacknvin Jim Jimurhy Jim1urp1iy
JJI
Jlurpliy 1urp1iy the Cellas eilas las Cole Col UllmanT UIran tlllman Jack
Ja
Sturgis StprsBIC Bill Oowon n KldWetlerFrank Kid Wel Weller r Frnk Frnkyler Frank
Tyler and others othet Many firmer r bettors bettorsremained bettorsremained
Many btOI
ner
remained remlneawaylncndlniJobn away awayincluclIrqJohn including John WOates WGt
Charley CharleyElln hllison Joe Yeager eacerJohn John A
Drake Drkeo Al Dryer Drer James Jame B Brady Brady Jew J
Lewlsohn Lwllhnrnk Frank J Fairellx ForlT T D 1 Bullvan Bull Hul HullIvan
van and C E Durnell DurnellCOLER Durel DurelCOL DunneilCOLER
COLER COL n CHARGES GO TO HUGHES HUGHESMa IUOIES IUOIESIaor IIUOIISMsor
Ma Iaor > or Directs Direets Commissioner Mttehel lehel lte hel to toMake iolake toMake
Make Them ThemBorough Thfrl ThfrlBorugh ThefliBorough
Borough President Prldet Colera request to tothe tothe tothe
the Mayor for immediate Imm lato action acton on the thefindings thefndings thefinding8
findings fndings of the Commissioners of Accountrelative Account Acunts Acuntsrlatlv Accountsrelative
relative rlatlv to the conduct condud1 of Mr Color1 Color1joHoe Colersiftlcebas
iftlcebas joHoe has been bn granted gran and ani d formal charge chargewill charge chargeswill
wUb will be laid bef lraGov betOIe ore cloy Hughes on onWednesday onWedn I IW
Wednesday W Wedn eday yIMyoril Mayor MayorMaC ttoCIellan lelln lellan after read readng r readrig i ine
ng ne the commissioners1 r coiimisslonerareport rml8lon nrpor report and an con conferring conferng eonferning ¬
ferring ferng with wih the Corporation Corporaton Counsel Counselsent Coun Counselsent l
sent nt word to Commissioner Commls loner Mltchel yes yesterday yel yeaterday ¬
terday tnlay to prepare plpare the charges It I leunderstood Is Isunder isunderstoodtiat
understood under understoodtiat toodat that Mr l Mitchel Mitchel will wi carry carrythem cr carrythem I Ithem
them to t Albany Alb ny dnWeneay dnWeneayMr tfa > Wednesday WednesdayMr
Mr Coler will wi be the fourth of the five fiveborough fiveborough fiveborough
borough presidents to face fac charges charge Two Twoof To Toof Twoot
of these tb Ahearn of ofManbttandHa ofMaphattanandJ1af ofMaphattanandJ1affen Manhattan and Haf Haffen
fen of The Bronx Bro nx were er removed Ber Bermel Br Brmel Bermel
mel of Queens resigned mtigncdIf ria
If I the charges against It Mr 11 Coler are arereferred ar aie aiereferred
referred refer to a commission commllion and if th the hear hearing bfarIng bearing ¬
ing in If nearly nearlYM OH lone lonl as 8 those th0ln in the Abeam Ahearnand Ahear Abeamand
and Ucffen lnCn cases CIBK Mr Coler will wi be b out of ofoffice ofomce ofomee
office before berora a decision dlci lon in reached rach It Itwas I Itwas
was wal suggested lugge11 at City Hall lan yesterday that thatIn thatinviow
In inviow n view Iow of the shortness hornc of the thetinie lime tme Cloy OovHughes GovHughea CloyHughes
Hughes might mlghtnct net peraonally pnonaUy in II the mat matter mattr mattar ¬
tar tr and Ind give a decision decsion before bfol January Januar 4 4Mr 1 1Mr
Mr Jr Coler said lald yesterday eltlntay that it was as assenseless asunslf1 assenseless
senseless unslf1 to criticlso crllchhd Jilnf fqr the delin delinquency de deInquency ln lnquency ¬
quency of dome luru of r hm employees employe a as it itwould itwould itwould
would be to criticise the President for like likematter ikII ikIImatel likematters
matter matel If I I could have a hearing with withthe wih withthe
the Governor Oovenlr personally onaly said Id Mr Coler ColerI I
I would show pr him in a few minutes lust lustwhat ust ustwhat
mlnuJult1 mlnuJult1what
what my partition 101ton i 14 and 11 lie would IM IMsatisfied b beaatisled
satisfied lt e that the work of this thl ndininlrt ndininlrttratlon admlnl administratlon
tratlon tmton has ha be been > n well wel done In Brooklyn BrooklynIKVKS BroktynnI BrooklynWI31S
IKVKS An PAY KXVKIftrRS KXVKIftrRSMagltlratr 1TIlnPRlacllrat E3iOrRsttagisIrst
nI 01
Magltlratr Ilreen Ir fn IMillonoptilrni bloAopI111 on the tbrMeet thl thlf theetp
Meet etp f nagr acf and Happy ISIIP Monies nom nomMagiltrte lioniesMagistrate MoniesMagistrate
Magistrate Magiltrte Bre Btn Srien n sitting IUng In Ragex RagexMarket FexMarket EssexMarket
Market pollen plce court cour yesterday Yfteny made madesome madeaOle madesome
some aOle remark on o the relations rlatonl of him himband hUI huehand
band bnd and wife wi to the pay envelope envelopeAnnie envelopeAnnie envelopeAnnie
Annie LoudeA Loud or 140 Fumy Jotho Forsythe PY the street had hadbar badher hadher
her hiutiand htlband Louis lull a 1 mechanio in court courto
o 01 on the thl complaint that tha hn gave pave her only onlyM onlyG
M G 0 cents cntl a a day dy Iouis defence defencf was that thatthe tmt tmtthl thatthe
the thl wife wi wanted wlnl1 bin envelop enelof sealed sealedevery sealedevery e1ed e1edever
every ever Saturday HturdlY night nlpht The ho Magistrate Magfatratedismissed MIhltrtt Magistratedismissed
dismissed dislwe the complaint saying sying the wife wifewanted wlrewanted wilewanted
wanted too much muchAfter muchUteI muchAfter
After the couple had left lef court cour Magic Magistrate Magictrate ¬
trate trte Br Brn Breen en Ham HamI 111
I am aguiiiHt agblKt the compulsory copll or turn fuming tur turnIng ¬
ing over to ton a wife all al a a mans earnings earningsaqU elmlnv eamlnvsai1
aqU a wife has hal no right to expect epot It But Butthe Outthe Butthe
aq the man who volunteers voluntem to give his hiloscel blirwagesto wages wagesto
to his hi wife wie is as al John Stuart Mill Mil > says saysthe MYthe saysthe
the happiest hppl t man in the world worldThe worldTe worldThe
The Te man who doe do that shown that thathe tbathe thathe
he believe blevM his hI wife worthy orhy of his trust trustIn trat tratIn treatIn
In a happy household hou hold the woman ought oughtto
to have hV the privilege of searching lIeuohlna pockets pockstatoo poket
too The trouble privieg with Mrs Irs Broen Brn in inthat I Itht isthat
that tht she wont accept enough enou h from me meI
I have to keep forcing foring It on her herMORE berIORE tierKORE
MORE LIGHT IIIIT JV 1 HVMTAY tIIA1 CARS CARSBigger CRDlseer tiM tiMBigger
Bigger fbI l bl > s to He le In tallrdOlcl InttaUfOld Ones OnesHard Onll Onlllard OnesHard
Hard lard on the E EJut Ees EesJust > m mJust
Just Jut before bfore the Public Pblo Service Srvice Com Commission Cm Cmml Cornmission ¬
mission ml lon was wa to begin bgin a 1 hearing yesterday yesterdayIn ye tery teryIn
In regard Jgrd to lack lck of proper propr light lght in subway subwaycars sbway sbwaycr
cr cars It was learnedjhat JeameJhat the Interborough Interboroughcompany Interborqughcom Interboroughcompany
com company pn had hd planned planne to replace replac the thepresent te teprHent thepresent
present ten candle cndle power lights lghts with those thoseof tho e eof
of sixteen sixten candle cndle power The bearing bearingwent fearlng fearlngwent hearlOgwent
went on and manycomplaints were heard heardfrom heardtrom heardfrom
from persons on who believed bleved that tht their theireyes theireye theireye
eye eyes In subway had b pr suffered lulere trains trainsThere train trainsThere from the poor pr lighting lightingIn lghtng lghtngIn
There Ther are now according accoring to the com commission commllon cornmission ¬
mission about abut 20000 200 bulbs bulb in use us In sub subway Rubway subway ¬
mllon way cars crs Replacing Rplaclnl these t and morass increasIng Incr morassIngtbepower
way Ing Instbepower the power 8 per cent will wi entail enti con considerable conIderble confiderable ¬
Iderble siderable expense expens to the company coDpny It I is issaid Issid Issaid
sid said too t that tht the t copper conductors cnductors now nowused nowUed nowused
Ued used to parry power copp from the th plants to tothe tothe tothe
the third thir pr rail rai are too to light lght to carry crr the theIncreased theIce theIncreased
Increased voltage voltge which will 1 be neces necessary ne neer ¬
sary Ice to run rn runtho the te large lrge lamps lamp and will wi have haveto
er
I
to be b be replaced replaced3M replced replcedl
3M 2 l Old Men m Against 3 IS 3 New Mm MmPatrick ileePatrick f fPatok
Patrick Patok McSorley ltorley one of the 252 assist assistants a assIstants ist istan ¬
an ants to the section etlon foremen in the Street StreetCleaning StreetClenng StreetCleaning
Clenng Cleaning Department Deprtment asked Ike Supreme SupremeCourt BupremeCou SupremeCourt
Cou Court Justice Seabury yesterday yestery to grant granthimself aranthlm granthimsell
himself hlm Uad and the 251 others other an Injunction Injunctionrestraining Injuncton Injunctonrtnnc Injunctionrestraining
restraining the Municipal Muncipl Civil Civi Service ServiceCommission Berloe BerloeComml ServiceCommission
rtnnc Comml Commission from holding an examina examination exmina exminaton examinaLion ¬
Lion to select slet or 252 assistant aistt foremen of the thesecond thoond th thsecond
ton second ond grade at J900 G 900 a year MoSorley MoSorleydeclares Mcorley Mcorleydeolares MoSonleydeclares
declares that there is 11 no authority for forthe rortbe forthe
the appointment tht of 262 26 new men for these theselobs thee theejob theseJobs
lobs applntment and says that he and the other assist assistants alllt assistants ¬
job ants should sy have hve tat the places plaoe The Court Courtreserved Courtrsred Courtreserved
rsred reserved decision decisionHani decilion decilionlanl decisionlisps
lisps lanl 8 Heattle Deatte Matt Ial Stay 8ta In Asylum AiylnuiSupreme AsyloU AsyloUBupreme AsylumSupreme
Supreme Court Cour Justice Tuslce McCall Mcll yester yesterday yetr yetrdy yeerday ¬
dy day dismissed dillml the writ of habeas babe corpus corpusobtained corpuobtaned corpusobtained
obtaned obtained by Hans 8 Seattle Bett in an effort effortto efr
to get out of the Kings King Park Asylum Asylumwhere Asylumherft AsylumWhere
where he was wa wa sent snt four years Yer ago The Thehospital Thehopltl ThehospItal
hopltl hospital authorities authorte declared declar tiat tl he was wasBUflering WI wasaufierlng
BUflering from alcoholIc acoholo Insanity and andshould andIhould andshould
Ihould should be kept in restraint rettt Mrs MrsMargaret lr lrMargret MrsMargaret
Margaret D Seattle Bette his Wife le declared declaredIn declre
Margret In an affidavit adavt that tt she was w afraid arid of o him himbecause himbU himbecause
because e he bad offered olered violence violenc to a mem member member mernbar ¬
b
bU
ber of his hi family raly which in one onec case re retulted r jesuited
suited in disfigurement dl and ad on several severaloccasions sveral sveraloo severaloccasiofli
grement
sult
occasions oo almost almot in homicide homicidePoliceman homcdo homcdoPolcfl homicidePolIcersfl
Policeman Polcfl imcoairlooa eOdoa on Hit Beat BeatPoliceman Bet BetPoUOm HeatPoliceman
Policeman PoUOm Edward Ewrd Grimes Grime of the theCharles theClt theCharles
Clt Charles street station tton fell unconscious unconsciouslast unctloul unctloullast
last night oa his hi beat bt in West Wet street streetHe streetlie tt ttHe
He was nigt toad O h when whe picked pIOke up to t bo borefrte bo besueriagfre
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ELEVATED BLEIATEDIIADS LEIATEDIlOADS ROADS FOR I QUEENS QUEENSMovement QUBENSI QUBENSlee QUEENSMvement
Movement lee et t to Have lave Them Te Built Bult by Al Aliening AI Asseating ¬
seating lelas Property Poprt Benefited BenefitedRapid DeneontnlRpid IlenefltrdRapid
Rapid Rpid transit trnllit for the Borough of Queens Queensby Queen
by means men of elevated roads rod built buit by byassessing byalelng byassessing I
assessing alelng property propry for half a t mile mie on oneither oneither I I Ieither
either side of the road was wl discussed discuflnedbefore d discussedbefore CURe
before bfor 500 60 delegates delegate representing repreentng twenty twentyseven twentyfeven twentyseven
seven feven taxpayers txpyer associations assoclaton of Queens Queensat Quena Quenaat
at a metng meeting held in Schuetren Park ParkLong IarkLong ParkLong
Long Island City Ciy last night nightAs nightAl
As Al outlined outlne in the discussion dlloullo It is pro proposed propOed proposed ¬
posed pOed to have the elevated elevat lines Ine enter enterQueens enterQueens enterQueens
Queens by way wy of the Wllllamsburg WllllamsburgBridge WIlamsburg WIlamsburgBridce WilliamsburgBridge
Bridge and the Queensboro Brigde and andthen andthen
then branch brnch on out through the parts partaofthe pr partsofthe I
ofthe r the borough borugl willing wlini to bear ber the ex expense expnle oxpens ¬
pens of their construction constructionEdward constructionEdward constructionEdward
pnle
Edward M Bassett 8tt of the Public Publo Service ServiceCommission ServiceCommissIon rloe rloeCmmlll8lon
Commission Cmmlll8lon said Id that tht a five fve mile mie circle circlewith cirle cirlewith circlewIth
with the City Hall 111 In Manhattan Manhattn as Its Itscentre ls lscntre itscentre
would embrace In Inthe Inthe
centre cntre embrc more acreage aorg II
the lbe borough borulh of Queens Quens than Utn in any other otherborough otherbrou otherborough
borough brou < < hof of Greater Grter New York and that thatafter tt ttaner thatafter
after Queens has 18 received recived the trans transportation trl trunsportation ¬
portation portlon facilities facites to which it is entitled entitledit enUted enUtedIt entitledwill
it will wi equal equl if i not exceed excd In population populationIts populaton populatonts
Its ts Slater Ister boroughs broughl He H advocated advocate the theplan thepln theplan
plan of having the sparsely sprely settled stld parts partsIn pr
In need of speedy transportation tranprtaton facili facilities faci facilities ¬
ne
ties tle build buid their py own ow roads on the theD assess assessment assessnient ¬
ment D nt plan piln It was W8 figured fgred r0 that an ele elevated elevated elevated ¬
vated road rd would cost co from S75 75 to S 80 a acity acity acity
city lot and ad that the cost OOt should be beappor beapportIond appor apportioned appr apprtioned ¬
tioned according acorig to the proximity prxlmlty of the theland te telnd theland
land lnd benefited bneftt to the new line lne of travel travelThe trvel trvelThe travelThe
The sentiment sentment of the meeting was wasalmost W8 wasalmost
almost almot unanimous in favor of the assess assessment ae assessmeat ¬
meat met plan Committees Cmmite are to be ap appolnted apInted appointed
pointed Inted in the various partsof pruof parts of Queens Queensand Quen8 Quen8and Queensand
and the sentiment of property owners ownersalong ower oweraloog ownersalong
entment prprty
along proposed routes rute is to be obtained obtainedAmong obtaine obtainedAmong
Among Aong prp the regions included Include In the plan planfor plnnfor planfor
for elevated linen is the old town of New Newtown Neww Newtown
town w eleyate from frm the InM Now Newtw Nowtown town Creek Crk on through throughto tbrugh tbrughto
to Jamaica Jamaic by bya a line lne from frm the Willlamsburg tlieVllliamaburgBridge WilllamsburgBridge Wiiamsburg WiiamsburgBldK
Bridge BldK Another proposed line lne is across acrossthe acrossthe ra
the thl Queensboro Queetsbro JrP8ed Bridge and and through throughThompson thrugh thrughThompn throughThompson
Hoffman Hoffmanboulevard Hoffmanboulevard
Thompson avenue and the uormn uormnbulevard
Thompn boulevard bulevard with branch lines lne along the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north shore sb liOr r to Flushing and other places placesSEAME place place5IAlE placesWA1IEX
SEAME 5IAlE ARE HERE HEREInternational IIRE IIREIntfmatonal IIERtaternatlonat
International Intfmatonal talon nlon Meets Mlet to Nee HCf About AboutInlformlly Aboutlrorll ibOIItInltorrnity
Inlformlly lrorll In Wages WagesThe fael faelThe WagesThe
The annual annul convention convento of the Inter International InterItol international ¬
national Itol Seamens Smens Union of America Americawhich Aerica Aericawblch Americawhich
which will wUlt lost for ten days began btg yester yesterday yeter yeterday yesterday ¬
day in the Gllsey Gliy House Plans Plna will wi be bediscussed b bediscussed
discussed dlsc se for bringing about uniformity uniformityIn unlfoniy unlfoniyin
In wages wlge where conditions condlUoD are similar similaramong aimlar aimlaramong similaramong
among the seamen in the Unite United States StatesCanada StatesCnd StatesCanada
Canada Cnd and Europe EuropeThe Europ EuropeThe
The convention conventon was opened opene by Andrew AndrewFuruseth Andrewuruseth AndrewFuruseth
Furuseth president of the International InternationalSeamens Inlemtlonal InlemtlonalBmen InternationalSeamens
Seamens Bmen Union of America Amerca About Abut forty fortydelegates fortydelegate fortydelegates
delegates delegate were wer present from the unions unionsin
in United Unted States State ports and Canada Canadar with withfraternal wih wihrratemal withfraternal
fraternal rratemal delegates deolegt from rrm England glana and andsome andsome andsome
some other European ruor countries countriesAccording COlwtrf countriesAccording
According to Chairman Cbalran Furuseth ureth re reform retorm reforms ¬
form of the law relating relatng to seamen amln will willbe wl willbe
be discussed dlscu and a movement for a 1 revi revision revlIon reviion ¬
Ion of the codes will wl be b started startedAmong startedAmong tr
Among the Ce fraternal frtral delegates delegat at tho thoconvention thocnvenUon theconventofl
convention cnvenUon are J Uavelook Wilson WilsonM Wi n
M 11 P and Thomas Thoma Chambers Chamb president presidentand preidentand
and secretaryreapectively lecretrrptvely secretary rcepectivey of the National NationalSailors NationalHlor NationalSailors
Sailors or Frelene Firemens Union of Great GreatBritain GreatBrtin GreatBritain
Hlor Britain Brtin Mr Ir Wilson WiBn who has been bln organ organIcing or organIring nn nn1lng
Icing 1lng seamen smen in this thll country for about aboutBX abut abutlix aboutsix
BX lix weeks wek will wi describe deri today conditions conditionsat conditons conditonsat
at the English rlllsh seaports seaportsThe lIeaprt seaportsThe
The delegate del t decided deide to have a I mass massmeeting mussm massmeeting
meeting m tng in II Cooper CPr Union on next next Monday Mondaynight Moudaynlht Mondaynight
night Samuel Smuel Gotm OOmllrH lompers > erH in II expected expte to tobe tob totie
be a speaker President lr dent Furuaetli JuUtb said saidan sid sidan saidan
an b agitation aRitton spker would be b started tart tred d to build buildup buid buidI buildlip
up I the American merchant merhant marine so sothat aothat sothattlie
that thattlie the seamen Iamen would not have hve to com compete compte cornpate ¬
pete pte with Lascarx 1lam Chinese Chln and ald other otherBaore othtr othtrlor othersailors
sailors BaoreMA1H sailorsIIdIJIl lor lorlun
MA1H DIES ni OF GAS 00 POlSOfG POlSOfGApparently POISOVIIIAplarft POISON POISONtpiarselY
Apparently Aplarft bras UIII 111 and Urladtrtl Urlalhrd Tube of ofSto ofHton ofStoic
Sto Stoic e b AeiHilent AeiHilentElizabeth tcnldentElisabeth
eCdrnl eCdrnlE1rleth
Elizabeth E1rleth Rahn Rll 23 years YOlr old a maid maidemployed maidemploye maidemployed
employed employe by Mrs Edward La MontAgne MontAgnewas Iontalne IontalneWI
was WI found dead ded in her bed he in her em cmplayers employere employere
ployere apartments aparments at the th Hotel 10tul Devon Uovonat Dtvon Dtvonat
at 70 West Wet Fiftyfifth Flftyfrb street Itrt early yes yesterday ye yeierdlY yesterday ¬
terday moring morning of gas poisoning In the theroom theroom theroom
room was a gas stoveIhe tube of which whichhod wbcb wbcbb whIchhad
had b become beome detached detched The jet wan wal open openOn openUn openIn
On the tle floor foor were ere scattered sCUtrtd matches matchesThe Inacles Inaclesle matchesThe
The le dead girl lay on the bed b wrapped wrpp In Ina
a rug rg Dr Knipe Knip the tlft house houl doctor dochl said saidthat sid sidthat saidthat
that also Ile bad been deld lend about an hour hourTli bourter hourTh
Tli scattered ter matches mathe and tho lb rug rugwrapped rugwrappNI rugwrapped
wrapped body by Corner Coroner Harburger Harburgerthought 1arburKer 1arburKerthoullt liarhurgerthouiht
thought Indicated Indicte that tho girl had hd been beonHick Lm LmHick beensick
Hick thoullt in 1 the night nltht and had tried tne to light lightthe lght lghtthe lightthe
the stove but had fallen talen hack overcome overcomeby
tve
oerme oermeby
by the gas pulling puln the rug around arund her herfor herfo herfo
for fo warmth There wus nothing that thatpointed thatpointe listpointed
pointed pointe to suicide tmlcideThe suicidefhe suicideThe
The girl had hal evidently beenstudying beenstudyinglanguages h beenstudylnglanguages n ItudylnK ItudylnKIlnlUagel
languages IlnlUagel as 11 a GermanFrench OennsnFrn h and u uGermanEnglish 1 iilermanFnglish
GermanEnglish JermanEnglsh dictionary dlctonury stood Itood h beside llddthe besidethe UI UItho
the bed bedA t tA
A letter > written writen in German wan found foundon
on her table tble It wan addr addressed s d to her and andsigned andIlgnf andsigned
signed Johanti In It It the writer wrier said saidthat Midthat aidthat
Ilgnf
that he was to get some Ire money on onday Thurs Thursday nmrday ¬
day at the Germania Genanla Bank He H asked alked the thegirl th thgirl thegirl
girl to meet Deet him there thuereutli ut lt 11 1 oclock
FIRE AS S THEATRES TIEiTI LET OtTTwo ofT trT trTTfo ofTTwo
Two Tfo floor nool From the tie llsckett lackfUPolrr iiaekettPoilcr Police He HefrvM Rf Rfllrf Heserves
serves llrf Nicer Htlrr the th Crowd CrowdMost Cro1d Cro1dMOt CrewdeMost
Most MOt of the he theatres thPttre In Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet FortYBeond FortYBeondtret
street tret between hetwen Seventh and Eighth ave avenues ave avenUM ayenues ¬
nues were w re letting leting out last night when whenmoke whensmoke whensmoke
smoke came cme out of the windows thewndows at 220 2 West WestFortys Wet WetFortYI WestFortyspcond
Fortys Fortyspcond cond street two doors from the theHackott thi thoHackett
Hackett Theatre Thetro Policeman Polceman OBrien OBriontelephoned OBrientelephoned OBrientelephoned
telephoned his station ltton for reserve reerVM to tohandle tohandle tohandle
handle the crowd Line were formed formedand formedand formedand
and those who came Cme from the New NewAmsterdam Ne NeAmsterm NewAmsterdam
Amsterdam Amsterm Lyric Helaaco Hackett and andAmerican andAmercn andAmerican
American Amercn theatres were steered tered away awayfrom awayfrom awayfrom
from the fire fireIt fre freI fireIt
It I was in the offices ofoe of the Retro Photo PhotoCompany PhotoCpny PhotoCompany
Company and wa W out before brore the streets streetshad strets stretshd streetsbad
had hd Cpny been ben cleared clead of all al the theatregoers theatregoersIt thatreg0rs thatreg0rsJt
It didnt amount to much muchOermanUIlM muohnermanltl muchGermanlsil
OermanUIlM nermanltl Horlelya Mew ew ORlrcrs ORlrcrsAt omtlr omtlrAt
At the fifth fUh annual meeting meetng of the theGermanUtlc IheGermanlsto theGeninanistio
GermanUtlc Germanlsto Society of America held heldyesterday hel heldyesterday
yesterday yestery the following officers ofcr were wereelected wereeleror wereelected
elected eleror for 1010 1110 President Prld nt Edward D DAdams DAms 0Adams
Adams Ams vicepresidents vic presidents Arthur Von VonBrlesen VonBrleen VonBriesen
Brlesen Brleen William Wiiam II I Carpenter Antonio AntonioKnnuth AntonioKnauth AntonioKnauth
Knauth treasurer treurr EmIl ml L I BOOB BO re recording reoordlng nocording ¬
cording secretary cretar Franz Jranz Boas Bos cone corresponding cor conespending ¬
spending secretary cretry Rudolf Rudol Torobo Jr Jradditional Jradditionl Jradditional
additional spning additionl members of the board brdof boardof of direc director dlreotors dircotore ¬
tore Arthur Milton Mion Huntington Huntngton Nicholas NicholasMurray NicholasMury NicholasMurray
Murray Mury Butler Iuter Hugo lugo Rnlslnger and andLeonard andLonai andLeonard
Leonard Lonai Weber WeberHoy WeberDo WeberRoy
Roy Do Prevent prfftl Nulililr NulililrFerdinand Ruld RuldFerdinand NulnideFerdinand
Ferdinand Hoerder 35 years year old who whosaid whosaid whosaid
said he lived lve at a 53 5 5 Ferry Fer street strt Stamford StamfordConn Btmford BtmfordCnn StamfordConn
Conn Cnn started ItaM to kill ki himself himsl In a I room at atDohrmunns atDohrann atDohrmanna
Dohrmunns Dohrann hotel hotl in Hudson lud80n street ntreetHoboken ftrt ftrtHobken streetifoboken
Hoboken Hobken yesterday by Inhaling Inhalng gas gasthrough gasthrough gasthrough
through a tube tub while whie stretched out in inbed Inbd inbed
bed bd William Wiiam Schuester 12 l years year old oldcaught oldoaugt oldcaught
caught a whiff whll of the escaping cplnl gas broke brokeopen brokeopen brokeopen
open oaugt the door yanked yanke the tube out of oftho oftho ofthe
tho unconscious mans mouth turned tuml off offthe orrthe offthe
the jet unco1coua raised a window and called cl1l the thepolice theple thepolice
police ra Hoarder Hoerer was sent lnt to St Marys MarysHospital MurYHHOplta1 MarysHospital
ple
Hospital HOplta1 He will wi get well wellSt wel welSt wellNt
St Philip Phlpl Episcopal Church Churlh Sold SoldSt Soll Soll8t SoldSt
St Philips Phip Protestant Potstant Episcopal Eplsoopl Church Churchof Curch Curchof
of which Uutchena lutheD C Bishop Bshop is the rector rectorhas rectorb rectorhas
b has sold Its property proprty at No 157 to 183 183West 183Weet 163West
West Twentyfifth Tentyfrb street trt The church churchcovers churh churhcover churchcovers
covers a plot 747x089 7 1J981 115 15 ll feet east ent of ofSeventh ofSventh ofSeventh
Sventh Seventh avenue Twentyfifth Twentyath street strt is isone laoe isone
one oe of the streets trts south of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Penneylvanla ¬
vania terminal tennlnll station stton which have been beencanvassed ben bencnTM beeucanvassed
canvassed cnTM d by builders bulder seeking king plots on onwhich onwhc onwhich
which whc to erect erc loft buildings buildingsTwo buldlng buldlngTo
Two To Hookworm 10okworm Deaths In Dallas Dala Tex TexDALLAS Te FexDALLAS
DALLAS DALLA Tex Nov 39 9Porr 0Porter Porter Coch Cochraa Ch Chn Cochran
ran n vital yla statistics ttLstlc deputy of Dallas Dallascouaty Dl Dallasooiinty
couaty today officially oIcllr reported rprttd two twodeatiM twod twodests
Oyty
deatiM from fo bookworm hokwor ta f ibis tbl city a ayoung a70USht ayoung
d
young 70USht white man m sad I a negro ns girl aL aLA
A Nr I r
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TO 0 SETTLE WASHS AFFAIRS AFFAIRSGuarantors AFF AFF4MSGuarantees AIM AIMGuaraRtoralac
t
Guarantors GuaraRtoralac Bald to Have lae Offered 8tePl Plan to toChicago i iChlso toChicago
House HouseCHICAGO houseCuicaco
Chicago Clearing Clnls I
CHICAGO CICAGO Nov 29 20Plans IPlns Plans are under underway underay underway
way ay and probably soon sn will wi be perfected perfectedfor porete
for a settlement ttement of the 110 949000 due du the thebanks thebank thebanks
banks by the guarantors garntor on the John JohnR
R Walsh note of 17121RS7 171218 by a cash cashpayment csh cshpyment cashpayment
payment pyment of an amount to t be decided eldf upon uponin upn upnIn uponIn
in In lieu leu of the stocks bonds and real rel estate estatenow ette ettenow estatenow
now listed lsted us a security securityAn
An outline outlne of the th plan pln ooverin cverln g twenty twtntyfive twntyfvo twentyaye
five fvo typewritten typewrlttm pages was 18 submitted submittedto submite
to t the th Clearing pge House Ho Ul us committee commite on onSaturday onSturday onSaturday
Saturday Sturday Under this plan pln the to guaran guarantors parantra guarantore ¬
tore tra would be released relele from rrm all al lt obliga obligation oblga oblgaton obilgation ¬
tion ton by the payment pyment of a cash clh sum and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their securities rll would be released rlese to t them themTliis the themThis
This Thl statement statment was verified verl0 today by byAttorney byAtorney byAttorney
Attorney Atorney Merritt Merrit Starr Str representing rprentnl the theestate tbeetate theestate
estate etate of John M 1 Snfeth 8 Snth th He refused refusedto refuse
to say 8Y the exact sum that the guarantors guarantorsoffered Iuranrors Iuranrorsorrer1 guarantorsoffered
offered orrer1 the te Clearing House committee committeeIn cmmitte
In place of the securities rtes but from frm other othersources oter oterIur othersources
sources Iur It Is said ld fo be twothird twotlrdl or orS orJohn
033000 033000John 0
S John R Walsh Walh gave ave ave his note no for 171121 7121 7 121
887 87 to the Clearing Clennl House Committee Committeewhen eom Committeewhen the thewben
when he was indicted indlote for misapplying misapplyingthe mLppllnl
the funds of the Chicago Chlcfo National Natioal Bank Bankin Bnk BnkIn Banin
in order to secure Iecur all al depositors lIe Hegave lIegve liegave
gave as security 8eUrty stocks steb bonds bods and quarry quarryproperty quf quarryproperty
gve The stocks and bonds
property IItock bods were weremostly wer weremostly
mostly propry mOty of railroads mlrocul in which he was Wsln Wslntorst In Interested Intareeted ¬
terested terestedSix torst torstSix
Six guarantors gurntors directors dlrotors of the th bank bankalso bnk bnkalso bankalso
also pledged pleged 949000 949 9 0 000 Owing to the fact factthat factthat factthat
that that Walsh failed fal to pay the Interest Intrt of
py
17121 71121 on o the note when It fell due July
1 and October Octor 1 when a like lke amount amout was wasdue ws wsdue wasdue
due for this quarter quartrt the banks bks fore foreclosed for foreclosed ¬
closed clOed on the note Rumors Jumo kumors were wer our current ourrent ourrent ¬
rent for some Iom time noe that Walsh Wailb was plan planning pln plnnlnl planning ¬
ning nlnl a a coup to recover rosr his lost 10tfoune 10tfouneand fortune fortuneand fortuneand
and by so doing doig save ve his guarantors guarantorsthe Kulftor
the amount that tht they tho had hd pledged plBp but butthe butthe butthe
the latest latet development is taken to mean meanthat men menthat meanthat
that Mr Walsh Is down dow and out and andthat andihat andbat
that ihat the guarantors < < 1Lrntors are trying to get et out outof outqf outof
of the difficulty without sacrificing eaCftOnr Jt all allof 11 allof
of their property propry pledged pledgedGAVE pled pledO4E pledged14VE
GAVE O4E MRS UI KirGAXOXS KI04N10S NAVE NAVEoman NAMEWoman AMEWoman
Woman oman Ilecomes DfeGDe Violent lotfDt la Trying to Get Geta
a Pats 11 to BlajskwrUs DI k1lla Island IslandA Isand IsandA
A woman appeared appr yesterday morning morningat moring moringat
at the office ofce of the Department Dprtment of Correc Correction Corc Corction Correctlon ¬
tion In East Eat Twentieth Tenteth street strt with the therequest theruet therequest
request ruet for a pass p to Blackwells s Island Islandto
to see her hfr husband husbnd who ho was serving srving a ayears ayers ayears
years yers term for smuggling She said Ild her hername hornme hername
name nme Van i a ai Mrs Rose R KUgannon She Sheacted Sheacte Sheacted
acted acte so queerly that James Elliott Elot the theclerk thecek theclerk
clerk cek refused refuse to give it to her herThen herTben herThen
Then the woman womn picked picke up a paper paperweight p paperweight r rwelght ¬
weight and started starte to shy it at Elliotts Elliottshead Elotts Elottshead Elliottshead
head but two clerks cerk got there in time tme to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent her They held her until uti Police Policeman Polc Polcman Policeman ¬
arrived The policeman policemancalled policemancalled
man Rooney Rney arlvtd Th poloman polomancle
called cle an ambulance ambulano from frm Bellevue Dlleve Hoe Hospital HO HOpltal Hoepital ¬
pital and had her taken there for exami examination exml exmlIltlon ezamnlnation ¬
nation Iltlon When she be was WI taken tken before beforeDr bfore bforeDr
Dr Heitllnger HEitln r the admitting admlttne physician physicianshe physican physicanshe
she attacked attcke him She was wal taken tken to the thepsychopathic tbepychopthia thepaychopathlo
psychopathic ward wrd and placed under re restraint r sestraint ¬
straint Itrlnt pychopthia She Rie told tho hospital hopltsl authori authorities autborlt authonities ¬
ties t le that she bad a brother IJrtha Michael Michel Loran LoranThey Lr LoranThey
They sent Bnt for Michael Louise of 211 21 West West106th Wet Wetl0th West109th
106th l0th street He said Ild that he had only onlyone onl onlone onlyone
one sister slst r and that she wan W8 at home an4 an4well ani anjwall
well wel
wellMm Mm Mo Elizabeth J l4bt KUgannon Klgannon and her hun husband huabnd hunband ¬
band bnd William Wiiam II I Kilgannon Klgannon were wer con convicted cn cnvtctld convicted ¬
victed vtctld last llt June of smuggling ugclng Mrs MrsKilgannon MrsKipnlon MrsHilgannon
Kilgannon Kipnlon who ran a dressmaking dressmakingestablishment dramakln dramaklnetablshment dressmakingestablishinuent
establishment etablshment at IB West Wet Thirtyninth Thirtyninthstreet Thlrty nlnth nlnthstrt
street strt was fined ftnf 10 5OUO and her husband husbandwan bUlbnd bUlbndwaM
wan sent lnt to the penitentiary penientiry for a year yearThe yer yerThe yearThin
The name which Mrs Mr Kilgannon us l tused d Ip Ipher Ipher iplion
her business husln was Mme Me Loran LoranLast Lran LranLst LoranLast
Last Lst night Mm MI Elizabeth Elmbtl Kilgannon Kilgannonwas K1ctnon K1ctnonWB
was WB at her home bore 33S s West Fiftyfirst Fiftyfirststreet Fiftyfiritstreet myfrst myfrststrt
street strt She said Ild she Ih8 didnt know Rose RoseKilgannon R RoseKiignnnomr
Kilgannon Kigannor and that she hadnt hant b ben been n to toItelleviiu toIJlevt tohiellevie
Itelleviiu Hospital all day dayThe dayTh dayrho
IJlevt 10spitai
The Th doctors doctor at at Bellevue lev say they think thinkthe thnk thnkthe thinkt
the t woman in their charge may l he > e a seam seamHtreon sam samatr seamstress
stress atr in lathe the employ of Mrs J Kilgannon Kilgannonon Klgannon Klgannonon
on W VIt > At t Thirtyninth Ihirtynlnth street streetTO stret stretT streetTO
TO T STOPPHOE STOP Pll1 IIIONE MERGER MERGERMlMourl MEflOiItMissouri VERGm VERGmI
Missouri I orl Altorney4Jmer AUornl rrral l Moves loynlnHlat inKlal inKlalSupreme In Slate SlateSuprentru
Supreme lprenlf Court CourtJKITKIISOV CourtJKrrxnso ourt ourtJKXRION
JKITKIISOV JKXRION CITy CrT Mo 10 Nov 19 nAt nAttonleyGnerJ 9AttorieyOeneral At AttorneyGeneral ¬
torneyGeneral tonleyGnerJ Major today filed flfd an anapplication anapplction anapplication
application applction before Judge Judg Vulliunt Valint Chief ChiefJustice Cief CiefJUltc ChiefJustice
Justice JUltc of the Missouri Jllur Supreme Court Courtasking Courtasking ourt ourtasking
asking for the appointment appintment of an al ex examiner examlntr axaminer ¬
aminer amlntr to inquire Into the legality lelalty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the proposed merger of the American AmericanTelephone Americn AmericnTelephone AmericanTelephone
Telephone prop1 and all Telegraph Company CoIPny Bell BellTelephone BelLTelephone 1
Telephone Company Compny and Urn Missouri Missouriand MI80uri MI80uriBnd Missouriand
and Kaunas Kauy Telephone Company CompanyHo C
Ho 10 charges chargO in his hi application applcton mPny that thatthexa thatthel thatthose
those thel companies have entered entem Into a aconfederation aconfedelton aconfederation
confederation confedelton or combination combinaton to acquire acquireand Il ulre ulreInd
and Ind control all al the telephone tel phone companion companionoperating cOI companionoperatiuig nle nleoprtinl
operating oprtinl In In1llfour Missouri and Ind to fix the priceof price prlcMof
of equipment and service serviceJudge lervlc serviceJuigo
Judge Vulliant lliant will wi probably appoint appointan
an al examiner e If I the merger has been beenconsummated bn bncOlsummate beencunsununated
consummated and 1 is deemed demed illegal illegala lep1 lep1a
a cOlsummate quo fuo wurratito proceeding proing will wi be b Insti Instituted lntI lntItuted inatltuited ¬
tuted to dissolve dlllve the holding company companyIf compny compnyI
If I the merger In i not consummated cnsummat a wilt wiltof lult lultof stiltof
of injunction InJlUcton may maybe be brought
WIFE WI1 IlIt An 41 rillLltHEX nllJI < IW IWChlrlM IOECHarlM JOVE JOVECharles
Charles ChlrlM I Ia Marshall aha1 Asks AI the Ihf Police Pellf to toKrncl tofrnd toScud
Scud frnd Out Out an Alsrin arl for III 111 his Family FamilyCbarlcH laml FamliyChance
Chance Louis Marshall Mar hal of 541 ll West Westllflthn Westlth West1thutreet
llflthn llflthnstreet lth 1thutreet street strt yesterday asked the police policelo plc
lo 6 o send l out a general geneorl alarm alan for his wife wifeJosephine wifeJ wifeJosephine
Josephine J and hl hl his daughters daughtr Vera 10 10years 10year 10years
years year plne old and Dora Dor 8 f Marshall Mar hal said saidthat ald aldthat saidthat
that on ln Inlt last t Saturday Sturay ho found a note noteat not noteat
at his home In which his wife wie wrote that thatshe tbatIIhe thatshe
she was not satisfied Mtlsle with conditions condition and andthat andthat andthat
that she he was W going away with the children childrenMarshall chldren chldrenMarhal childrenMarshall
Marshall Marhal came cme here from St Louis Louisseveral Luis Luisseverl Louisseveral
several severl months ago and has a ajob job with withthe withthe withthis
the E L Gray Construction Cn trctOI Company Compy at
42 2 Broadway He le think that his hi wife wifemight wifemight If IfmlRht
might have hve gone to St Louis Luis where wher her hermother hr hrmother hermother
mother a Mrs Johns lives lve His Hi wifes wifesmaiden wllssmaiden wifesmaiden
maiden name nme was Skinner He has b not notheard notbord nothoard
heard bord from frm St Louis and could send no notelegram notelegram notelegram
telegram there as he did not know Mrs MrsJohnss MrJohnss MrsJohnss
Johnss address addressGovernment addrs addrsGovrment addressGovernment
Govrment Government by Commission It ilni ilniBuiuiNoroN In InBtmuNOTOM Inl InlBURLINGTON
BURLINGTON la Nov 29 211Te 2LTh The com commission commlll8lon coinmission ¬
mission form of city government govermet won wonIn wonIn wonin
In Burlington Burlngton today ay after artr a campaign campaignof campign campignof
of several weeks woks The le vote was 3838 3838for 21 2638for
for and 1288 against Every Ever ward In 11 the thecity thecity thecity
city gave a large lrge majority mjority for it itllme some of ofthem 01them ofthem
them going as high as a 4 to 1 The oppo opposition oPP oppoettion ¬
sition to the new law was chiefly chlel among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the saloon 1100n men who feared rered radical rdicl re reform reofoml reform ¬
form measures under a commission commissiongovernment comml commissiongovernment lon longoverment
government goverment
Toacey TotclAleD TotclAleDWOICrITER ToueeyAhlen ToueeyAhlenWoncpsTEn Allen AllenWoncrsTRR
WoncrsTRR WOICrITER Mass Nov 2Minc MUs MI Grace GraceWalker Oaac GVaceWalker
Walker Allen Alen daughter lauRhter of Mr sod ad Mr MrCharle Mnt MrsCharles
Charles t A Allen Aien of this city cty cityand and JohnMont JohnMontRomery John Mont MontKomerjr Montgornery
Komerjr Toucey loucey louce of Garrison Olrrlson N Y were weremarried wee weemarrie weremnarrieti
married marrie In II Ht Marks Mak Episcopal FpilCopal Church Churchtonlitlil Churchtonllht Churchtonlah
tonlitlil tonllht the Rev Iey Kinsley Blodcett DtO e1 rector rectorperforming rectorpfrrorm TectnrperforatIng
performing pfrrorm the thf ceremony Th The < bride br de was wasulven W WIven wasiven
Iven away aR nR by her father rahor Mlu MIl Miry Mirylluvrlll MAr
lluvrlll Javrl Allen sister fisier of the hue bride wan a ni maid maidor maidof ld ldof
of honor hOllr Alhli William W Warren Harbour of New NewYnrk NewYnrk NewYork
111 Brbour
Ynrk w WI wa bent man Mr and Mrs Mr Tourer foucr
left IAr shortly after th thl reception for New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York and will wi all al for Europe urp Wednesday WednesdayYci WIDeday WIDedayYel WednesdayYci
Yci we could cod secure cc pianists pinlts to toplay toplay toplay
play the Eitey and 8d say that they theywere theywere theywere
were the thensoit jnoit IOt wonderful wOdcfu maim initrumenti ilt maimflefltl
menti in the world word but bnrou bnrouwoul you youwould youwould
would woul have to pay the te bill sad sadwe aDdwe sadwe
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PROFESSOR PROFESSORBARBER BARBKR STVDKTS STVDKTSHEARD 3TUDJVNTSIL44IfD TUDKNrSI11ARn
HEARD 11ARn ONE DUNKING TVNKINGAn I II
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I BlooailBgdatAMIglitlt Bl lbCtf MI I Be HeCtlIhIIy HeCtlIhIIyNews sftla Certainly CertainlyNews
News fS for the Spectator Spftate Even Evennhea Eve Evenhse
nhea le hse the til Rspper ape Came Isle Ifo View ViewColumbia Iew IewI IewColumbia
I Columbia University Is a sensitive sesitv on the thesubject tbesubJet thesubjectof
subject of o spooks spo having havlnf endured endur a week wetkor w k kor
or more mo o of table tble tipping tpplnl by the Herschen Herschensteln Her Hersohonstein chen chenlln
stein brothers and having listened IlteDe to totales totaJ totales
tales taJ about bodiless bole creatures cratures that tht are areknown a alow areknown
known low to infest all al the buildings buldlnc with withheadquarters wih wihI w1thheadquarters
I headquarters hedq rters in I West V st Hall Hl Conditions Conditionshave Codlto CodltoV Conditionshave
have V come to suck a pass that the girl clrlln clrllnIthe in inthe inthe
Ithe the university telephone pss exchange echaenya echaenyasl ezohangesays says a asilent asIlent
silent sl l1t prayer before hfon she connects oonnectslny any one onewith onewith onewith
with the West Wt Hall Hl professors while whie the thescrubwoman theIOM1bwoman thescrubwoman
scrubwoman In that same me building buldlnC re refuses r mefuses ¬
I fuses fUlle to go above the fourthfloor fonrthfoor even in inthe Intbe intim
the broadest brot daylight daylightSo dyUh
So S yesterday yeatery there ther was a lot of ofcommo ofcommoton commo commotion oommotion ¬
tion ton in West Wet Hall when sudden strange strangerapplngs strancerpplcs strangerappinga
rapplngs rpplcs were were heard berd emanating emantnc from fromrooms frm frmrom fromrooms
rooms rom on the north side The occupants occupantsstopped oupQnts oupQntsRtOPp ocupsntustopped
stopped their theirwork work and lookedaround lookedaroundProfessors looked around aroundPtOrs aroundPmtos
RtOPp Professors PtOrs Pmtos ors In i L the middle of difficult dlIcult pas passages p passages ¬
sages uge of French Frnch prose prle musical nloal students studentsstudying studentsstudyig studentsstudying
studying studyig the scores er for the Phllhar Phllharmonio Phlbar Phlbarmonlo Philliarznonio
monio Societys 80etys annual annua concert conrt students studentsat student
at work on the Spectator 8pc Rpeclalorthe Cr the University Universitybarber unlver universitybarber ly lybrber
barber chin chinstopped ohlnstopp chinstopped
brber busy hul on a professorial prferl
stopped looked looke and listened listenedNothing Iltene listenedNothing
stopp Nothing was to be seen sn Still Stl that thatregular thatregulr thatregular
regular regulr tap tap continued to come cme ap apparently apparnty appatently ¬
patently parnty from frm nowhere nowhereThere nwhere nwhereThere nowhereThere
There were explanations exptnltonl Some Bme said saidthat sid sidthat saidthat
that It I was the helpless belple spirit aplrt of some someformer Ime Imeformer someformer
former inmate Inmt of West Hall for West WestHall WHtHal WestHall
Hall Hal when hen Bloomingdalo Blomingale Asylum Aylum was on onMorningside onI onMorningaide
I Morningside Momlbclde Heights HelRht was WI the t main min build building buid buidIna buildlag ¬
lag and ad most mot of the Inmates were wr con confined confined confined ¬
fined there Therefore there ther was every everyreason ever everyreason
reason raMn to t believe bleve said some ame that tht one of ofthe o ofthe
the inmates Inmate had met m t a 1 horrible horible death dratthyears dMthyers deathyears
years yers ago nioad and thatthe shivery hlver noises noiseswere noise noiseswere
were the calls cls of his hil shade shadeThen shadeThen shadeThen
Then there were others who said sid that thatIt
It was W8 the spirit IIplrt of old Father Spencer Spencerwho Bpenoerwho Spencerwho
who moved muye away last spring IIPRg after having havinglived havlnclved havinglived
lived lved In two rooms rms on the top P of West WestHall Wet WetHal WestBall
Hall Hal for more mo than th a quarter of a adtury adturyWhy av century centuryWhy nturyWhy
Why old Father Spencers Spencr spirit should shouldcare abouldCr shouldcare
care Cr to roam rm rc m in the gloomy slomy chambers chamberswith chamber chamberswith
with their tightly tghtly drawn drw curtains crlD far farabove farabve farabove
above abve the campus cmpua nobody noby knew 1 But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the scrubwoman aobwoman said ld that that It must be b he hefor hel hefor
for She had heard herd the same sme noises DolS and andhad anahd amj amjhad
h
had hd even caught culht the sound of strange strangecoughs strnge strngecoughs strangecoughs
coughs and rustling rtlnr of papers PPr when whe she shewent shewent shewent
went up to totbe the fifth Ith floor for the lost losttime lat lasttime
time timeThe
tme tmeTe timeThe The Te barber brbr thought tought that maybe mb It was wasan wuan wasan
an old brigand br nd or maybe mab a modern moam Black BlackHand BlackHand BlackHand
Hand man The explanations oxplntos continued continuedto cntnue
to come the telephone tlephone girl and the Spec Spectator 8Pc 8Pctalor Spectutor ¬
tutor healers all adding addne their versions versionsThen versionsThen
TeroD
Then suddenly louder rumblings rumblnl than thanbefore thanbfor thanbefore
before bfor were wer hoard bord and greater alarm alarmseized alarmsizd alarmseized
Iter
seized sizd the occupants opnt of the building buildingith buldlnK buldlnKIh
ith Ih one accord persons per oD on the lower lowerfloor lowerI lower110cr
I floor loor rushed rulbed acr for the door but butjuat just as they theygot theygot
got to the doorway dooray leading ledlP down own to the thecellar theclar liecellar
1101 cellar clar they beheld bheld a curious crious sight sightComing allhtCmlna sightComing
Coming Cmlna up the steps slowly holding holdinga
a small smal candle aloft alor ltp in the darkness darknessthere dares daresther darknessthere
there ther advanced advanc a man a young 70 uni ung man manwho mn mnwho manwho
who was Haying things tblo that tli shocked shockedthe oe
the ears All Al the while whie he spat spt dust and andwith andwltb andwith
with his vacant hand brushed bulbe cobwebs cobwebsfrom cobwebsfrom
from fr his hs overalls overallsWhat uyerall overallsWhat obwbsl
What Wla a job the th figure fgur kept kpt saying sayingand Mylng Mylngand sayingand
and then he would spit some more mor dust dustwhst dustwhat us uswh
what wh t a job jobIt jobIt jobIt
It turned ture I out that he was wa A lineman linemanwho lnem linemanwho
who was putting putUna a new ne set lt of telephoneIr telephonewires telephone telephonewires
wires Ir In the te building buOdlnJ All Al the noise nol had hadbeen ha hadbeen
b been brought brucht about abut by hammering hammerl holes holesIn iiolesIn
In the cement base bM of one of the hot air airfluea altloes airflues
flues loes from frm the furnace fUMC0 so 8 that the wires wirescould wlreol wirescould
could be inside to the
b strung up t top story stry
The he rapplngs and ad hammering hammerng had gone goneright Konl goneright
right up the flue lue and ad produced prno iu each eachroom eachr eachrom
room r m the spirit aplrlt rappIng rappingsThe rapplnThe
The scrubwoman enlbwman went ent back ck to t her bel suds sudsand sud sudsand
and the French Jrench professors prfer again took tookup tooklp tooklip
up lp their texts tJt and the barber brbr resumed resumedshaving rumed rumedshavlnc resumedshaving
shaving and the Spectator Slddlor heelers heler were weresat wereIt wereset
sat It to work workwlnc writing a piece piec about abut how howI howtheT howthere
theT there I her had been bn btenmore more mor spirit rapplngn rpplnpon rpplnponthe on onthe onthe
the
campus campusKM cmpus cmpusIIU campusKf1LS
KM IIU THREE THlFF HOIAIM Ol1n TWO TWOParole TnO TnOParalf TWOParole
Parole Paralf Man au Drfles Drr Pole Posse l ot e Till Ti Only 001 One Onellullel ODenuUlt Onehiulirt
llullel nuUlt Remain RIDalnA Then KIM KII Illmtelf IllmtelfGKKBNVILLR Ilmeolr IlmeolrGIIINytLP UlmseitGCSSNVIIwt
GKKBNVILLR GIIINytLP Ohlos Ohio Nov 29 2Mter 2Mteridlnc 2After 2Afterkilling After Afterillllng
idlnc illllng his mother Mrs Mr Isaac 1 Weaver WeaverWilliam Weaver WeaverWilliam
William lllml H Farra a adepltyherlr deputy sheriff and andirbbabtr sndprobbly sodprbbebly
irbbabtr probbly fatally wounding wOlpding Mr and nd Mm Mmevl 11 MrsLevi
Levi evl Mlnnich In taking possession pllon of oftheir ofIhelr oftheir
their home in an a effort efor to hold off o a 1 put putsuing pmauln pmuisuing
auln suing poM pClyd poaseCiyde CIyd < Weaver WfAr 14 years yer old oldcommitted oldcormltnt oldcommitted
cormltnt committed suicide in the Minnich home homeonljht hometonlaht bornetonight
tonight His 11 body with wih a bullet bulet hole holeIn
In n the temple temple WON Wi found under a Ixd Ixdwhen bd bdwhen bclwhen
when policemen entered entred after ater his fre freo fireneased fire fireneoned
neoned plcmen abruptly He le had used his hil last lastcartridge lat latcrridle lastcartridge
crridle cartridge o abrpty to end his Ill life lifeWeaver lfe lfeWever lifeWeaver u8
Weaver Wever released Ileu on parole prle from the theDaytonworkhouse thoDayonworkhou theDayton
Daytonworkhouse Dayton workhouse on condition that he hestay heJy hestay
stay Jy Dayonworkhou outside oltido of Ohio 0110 returned rturned from fromIllinois fromIlnolswt fromIllinois
Illinois Ilnolswt hut week wek and on Saturday 8tury threat threatened thrut thrutentd threatened ¬
ened the lives lve of the family famiy of James JamesHapner JamMHapner JamesHnpner
Hapner a neighbor neighborSheriff neighbr neighbr8rff neighborSheriff
Sheriff 8rff Haber Hbr and his deputy arrived arrivedtoday arived arivedt arrivedtoday
today t to arrest art Weaver Weavr He asked aakd per permission permission ¬
mission mllon to change chnge his clothes cothe then from fromhis frombls fromhis pr prmllon
his upstairs room rm defied defe the tbeRherl Sheriff Mm MmWeaver Jr JrWover MrsWeaver
Weaver Wover upl while whie pleading pledlncwlth with the Sheriff Sheriffwas Sherrr Sherrrwa Sheriffwas
was wa killed kil by a bullet bulet through the thl heart heartfired her heartfired
fired at the Sheriff SheriffWhile Bherl SheriffWhile
fir While Wie tho Sheriff was organizing a aposse aP aposse
P posse Farms Fr was killed kle by a bullet bulet from fromWeavers fromW fromWeavers
Weavers W vers revolver rvolver Weaver Weye then fled Oe In Inthe Intbe8erils inthe
the tbe8erils Sheriffs buggy A commandeered commandeeredautomobile comander commandeeredautomobile
automobile autoobie led Jethepur the pursuit lt to the Min Minnlch Minnlch Mm Mmnich ¬
nlch home hoe where wher Weaver Wenr crying Give Giveme Gve Gveme Giverue
me shelter I fired fr a bullet bulet that tha broke brokeMrs brokeMr brokeMr
Mrs Mr Minniohs Mlnnchs arm ar and tore tor her chest chestand chet chetand chestand
and another anoher that tht penetrated penette Mlnnlchs Mlnnlchsabdomen Mlnnlchaabomen Minniohabdomen
abdomen Both probably probbly will 11 die Bar Barricading Br Brricading Barnicading ¬
abomen ricading himself hlmHl in the house hole Weaver Weaverheld Welver Welverteld Weaverheld
held off o the posse pOe till UI only oly one cartridge cartridgeremained ortrldg cartrIdgeremained
rmaie remained then tten he killed kie himself hbselr hbselrL
L
DEAD J IV HER BATHTUB BATHTUBX BATHTUBHer BAiHTUIRrr X
Her Beath BeU fleathrperted Reported After Attt 94 4 flours 08al b bAtmt bY bYAunt
Aunt Att Tilth tl Where em She he Lived MvedEABT UYe LivedEasy
Easy EJuOlOI ORAnaK N J Nov 29 20M 2aMr 2aMrOcey Mrs MrsOcey
Ocey Oc W M Suesd aged 24 years yer who wholived wholve wholived
lived lve at 89 l West Wet Fourteenth Fourtenth ag street atrt this thisplace thl thisplace
place pl was w found dead dod in the bathtub bthtub by byhsr byher byher
her aunt aUt Miss Mi Virginia Vlralol Wurdlaw Walaw this thinafternoon thisItemoonMIWardlaw thisafternoon
afternoon ItemoonMIWardlaw Miss Wardlaw and her niece nlecamoved niec niecemoved
moved Into the apartment aprtment about abut ten days daysago daysnso daysago
ago and all al the furniture furiture they the had ha was wastwo wutwo wastwo
two cots ct and a clock clok Miss M1 Wardlaw Wardlw said saidthey Ild Ildthey saidthey
they had h come oomefrom from Brooklyn Brooly and andahedltt andahedlttnot andkhe she did didnot didnot
not know where the furniture had h gone goneAt coie coieAt goheAt
At about abot 4 oclock oclok in the th afternoon ateoo the thapolice tho thepolice
police pOlc were er asked ke by telephone how a aCoroner aCorOer aCoronet
Coroner CorOer ooulU be b found fOlnd They explained explainedthat eplained eplainedI
I that tht there ther were no Coroners Coronel and sent sentDeputy Btnt BtntI sentDeputy
I Deputy County Physician PbYllcin II I M SItu Simmons SlmI SItumona ¬
I mons to the apartment aprot He le found toud the thebody thebody tuebody
body of Mr Snead Sed undressed udresed and lying lyig In Inabout 1 1about inabout
about a footof root ot water watr He le said Ild that the thewoman thewoan thewoman
woman woan had hd been bn dead ded twentyfour r hours hoursMi horI hoursMiss
Mi Mlt Miss a Wardlaw Warlw Wardlawsaid said ldtht that might be b an she shehad Ihe Ihehd shehad
had hd not no seen her niece for some time timebut tme tmebut timebut
but had not no been ben alarmed alne at her herablence herablenceOn absence absenceOn
On the the dead ded womans wons dress dra was found ronda rondanote foundanote a anote
note saying that tht she had killed kie herself herselfto
to g get t release from rro pain pin and suffering sufferinggreater slerg slergcteI sufferinggreater
gt
greater than thn she could bear bearMiss br brMI bearMiss
cteI Miss MI Wardlaw said hI that tht Mrs llr Snead Sneadhas Sned Snedhu Sneadhas
has a son en four months month old who Is in St StChristophers 8tChrltopherf StChristophers
Christophers Chrltopherf Hospital Hopltl Brooklyn Brkly and andthat nndthat andthat
that her husband husbnd died seven months monthsago ronths ronthsKO rpontheago
ago KO She Se Sh would not answer an r some of the thequestions tbequeton thequestions
questions queton of the police pole and abe he was ws de detained detlnN Iatamed ¬
tamed tainedJIVX tlnN tlnNUN tamed7fUX
JIVX UN DOWN DfJ lr 1W 1 A STREET CAR CARMiss C4Rtl 4If 4IfMiss
Miss tl Ilalfrrty 11 ri Dodges Doen an anAutnloble Automobile and andMeets andl1flts andMeetaWith
Meets l1flts MeetaWith nith th a Mortal llortat Accident AccidentMiss Aldet AldetMI AecfdetitMiss
Miss MI Clara Halferty Hlery of 101 VfeMt st t Sixty Sixtythird Slxtythi Sixtythird
thi third street strt on her way home from visit visitIng vllt vlltInl visitlag
lag Inl a friend on 103d 10 street Rteet was wl w s run down downlate dow downlate
late last night by an Amsterdam avenue avenueoar avenueor avenueoar
oar or lt The doctors b say she be hasnt bnt much muchchance muchchnce ranchchance
chance of getting well wellMiss wel wellMiss
chnce
Miss MI Halferty Halfery started ltr across acrO Amster Amsterdam Amer Amerdam Amkterdarn ¬
dam avenue avnue at 103d 10 street strt She dodged dodgedan dodge
an automobile automobie became bcme confused onfUed and andstepped andtpp andstepped
stepped in front frnt of a southbound soutbbund surface surfacecar surace suracecr
car cr tpp She was knocked knocke down dow before beforeJames bfore bforeJame beforeJames
James Jame Hsrrlgan lrlcn of 924 8 24 Sixth avenue avenuett avenuetiM
tt tiM motorman motorn was wa ableto ableto pull pul up his car carThe cr crJe carihe
The crowd crwd didnt like lke the looks of the theaccident theacident theaccident
accident acident Je and made made something of a demon demonstration demonstraton demonstratton ¬
stratton straton against aialnt Harrigan Hrgan The police policearrested ple policearrested
arrested arrt him on a charge clarg of felonious feloniousassault feloniousault feloniousassault
assault ault Miss 118 Halferty Halerty was 1S taken tken to tho thoJ
J Hood Wright Hospital HOpitl The doctors doctorsay doctor doctorssay
sy say ay that she has hl a fractured fractur skull Ikul and andwi andwill andwillprobably will willprobably
prbbly probably die dieSTARRED dieSTABBED dieSTADflFD
STARRED TO DEATH Bl LOVER LOVERTnnut IOER IOERTrt LOVERThrust
Thrust Trt Meant IllRt for Father FaUer Readies Reoael dlrls dlrlsMesrt GlrlaUrart GIrl GIrlheart
heart MesrtVINCKKNES UrartVINC heartVINcaxs
VINCKKNES VINC Ind Nov 29 2Mlu 29Miss Miss Etta EttaBurba Ett EttaBurba
Burba Burb the NE twentyyearold daughter dauher of ofmi a amill amill
mill mi owner ownera ownerwas wan stabbed stbb to death d ath tonight tonightt tonigh
by t > y her lover Oscar O Savage rSavageSvage SavageSavage SavageSavage
Savage Svage had ha been ben drinking and Burba Burbatried Burb Eurbatried
trie tried to t eject ejet him from fm the house hou when whenle whtn whtnbe whenhe
be le turned upon the th father with wih a knife knifeMiss knifeMiss
111 Miss Burba Burb ran between them aqd Savage Savagedrove Svage Svagedve Savagedrove
drove dve the knife knfe Into In her heart She fell felldying rel felldyingat
dying dyingat at his hldet hldetWb hi feet feetWhen feetWhen
d1lnl When Wb a n the polio polo arrived arve Savage Bvge had hadifted hadUt hadlifted
lifted Ut the dead d girl Sir to a bed b and was sitting sittingy itlna itlnaby
by y her holding holdn her hand and trying tring to tociill tocl tocall
call cl by her hack hck to life lifeDevoted Ut UtDfYot lifeDCvotrd
Devoted DfYot d to Elimination EUmlnaton of Morris orrtl Canal CanalThe analThe anaIThe
The Morrl Morris Canal Cnnl Abandonment Asso Association AaB AaBI Assoelation ¬
elation daton of Jersey J riey City Ciy and Bayonne Dyonno was wasorganized wanorganized 1 1organize
I organized organize last night at a meeting meetng in the theCity thoCty theCity
City Cty Hall lll Jersey Jer e City for the purpose purposeof
of agitating 8lttlnlln in favor of and working orklna for forhe forthe forthe
the elimination elminaton of the old Morris Morl Cunul Cunuln Cnnl CnnlIn nmitIn
In n Hudson Hudn county coUty These Thes officers oMcrs were wereelected wereelecte wereelected
elected Charles Charltl Biedler Sieler president presidentfames presidentfamM presidentfamea
electe fames E Pope Poplcprl vicepresident ntAtfred Alfred J JONeill JONel JONeill
ONeill ONel treasurer trlurer and andNlobol audNioholas Nicholas Vreeland Vreelandsecretary Vrland Vrlandeltar Yreeiandaecretaly
secretary eltar ThetrUBteesareRobHtDavis ThetrUBteesareRobHtDavisHenry The tM trustees sare are UbirUviB UbirUviBUenr RobirtDavIs RobirtDavIshenry
Henry Uenr Byrne Byre Michael Da lay Henry HenryKunyon enry W WRunyon l llttmyon
Kunyon and John oh W Heck HeckKilled Heck11f HeckIItled Hay
Killed 11f by an a Inldeotmed nldrotAf Trolley Trol Car CarPeter CarPeter ar arPeter
Peter Leonard 78 years year old an al Iron Ironmelter 1101 1101m ironmelter
melter m Uer who lived lved at at2 28 2 Morris Morril street streetJersey Itret ItretJeey streetJersey
Jersey Jeey City Ciy was w killed kied by a trolley troley car carast crIMt carlast
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