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I 2 b THE FHESUNIWEDNESDAY SUN WEDNESDAY DEQEMBJEll 22 1909
n
i taUjTeven 0 J rv xif f the t one OIWIllcoerBed > na accorded to t him hima himtew
a few month ago and aadwould nd would vary vei likely likelyr llkelyreceI lIkeYyrcIve
r receI rcIve < v a thrashing If he feM Into the handof bandaortho hand hndiiof
of ortho the Indignant people peopleExpert peopleExpert peopleExperts
Expert in polar work ork are outspoken outspokenin oUUpobnIneo
1 in Ineo 1t cowJomnaUon of the man Theyoon TheyoonaWer They con conat eonJ4
J4 aWer at dgi r Ua conduct toward tho University Universityof
of Copenhagen and this Danish nation nationan
f l an moat IOI scandalous e ndaJo s The evening papers papersi
i I daG deBeuneehimas ncshm1a a swindler swindlerWalter aWIDdleWAlterLoBIdale swindlerWalter
Walter WAlterLoBIdale Loandale ee Beeks ks to justify the thostatement theIItatoment
4 statement informing the world that ho howa I Ibrl
i wa al bringing brl gingCooklI Cooks original notebooks notebooksherob7 notebookshere notibooktshoreby
herob7 here y saying M7lngihat that Cook was waewarned waewarnedthAtlan warned warnedthat warnody
y that thAtlan anr attempt would be made madoto to steal stealthe stealhe stealhe
he books He therefore despatched despatchedcopies de doepatohedcopkfI patohed patohedples
copies ples by Lonsdale Instructing him to toAwait toIwalt o onwalt
Await a i a telegram tel gm D directing him to bring bringtho bringtl brinebook
tho tl e books book from a European port where wherethey wheretlle wherethey
they tlle Would ould be belient belienti belientSCIFTlST1 sent sentSCIENTISTS iwntI iwntSCIPNTISTS
< SCIENTISTS NOT XOTS XOTWarning OT OTL mnPRUIW mnPRUIWal
i
L Peai al M Sa UIIhrnlnlt III Warning Is I Verified VerifiedMonumental VtrlftMonum erIflcdOMntiiirnla1
Monumental onum nt Faker Na Say > s Chester ChesterVA8HINQTOH ChterW hcilerASULflQTO
W VA8HINQTOH IUf1NQTOf Dec 21 21Th The Copenhagen CopenhagenUniversity CApenhagendcgIon penhagenralty
University ralty decision d throwing out Dr DrCooksclnim Drt
t 1 Cooksclnim do 1I claim as uthe e the discoverer of the north northpolo northpoti northpoUon
polo poUon on the ihedata data c t furnished by byhln lilmwlf tllr wan wanreceived WallreooelY wacreceived
received d with considerable con lderaJ elation by b the thescientists their theucettiataot
ir S scientists 8I1tLta of the Government here How However Howt however ¬
ever t Ye1 this was not surprising as practically practicallyair praoticalI
I air n of them became convinced d some time timeasjo tlmol timotoo
too that Cook was wa a fatter fatterCommander rakerCommander farCommander
Commander Peary when advised this thismorning thI thIt thiiomIug
t morning of the finding of the university universityptjamlasion Unlveralt universityil
il 1 ptjamlasion millll1on did not show any exultation exultationbat exultationi
i bat j iet it was evident ev Id entihA that tlt It gave him saW satisfaction saWI 8 8i ¬
i f I faction It was wa only Iy after repeated ro requests roI ¬
I I I quests qU llta that thatColIlIn Commander llder Peary wan wanV
V rIIIltlted I ifcduced to make any comment Finally Finallyho FllU ly lyI
I ho prepared a brief statement iitati nent as ai II follows followsI
I I have nothing to say 811 iy on the subject subjectThree aubjQltit subJictI
it I I Three month ago from the Labrador Labradorf
f coast co at I sounded an explicit and deliber deliberr
i r r Uly stslyworded worded warning to the world based basedI baeedj baeedjUpon basedcomplete
I Upon complete and accurate information informationla
1 la regard to the Cook claims claimsV claimt
t V l In doing so I accepted the responaU responaUblUty re8ponlllI rseponalbility
I blUty devolved on me and fulfilled my myi myh myduty
h i 7 I duty to t njyonlf and to the public publicLater publlct publicater
t Later ttter Commander nunanderPearyadded Peary added this to tot tohl tohlisatatoment
t hlsf hl hlisatatoment statement I have known the outcome outcomeL i
1 of etl1bla efkhle this since incereetlll weejts before I reached rea r hed this thisi thl
0 i t country untry on my return returnrrom from the pole It Itwas Jtj Itwas
j was not a matter of belief with Ith me but of ofabsolute ofab
1 4IIJ absolute ab > jolute nlute knowledge However I shall shallt
11 + t I > notdiseuM the matter in detail for rorpubll rorpublli publl publlj publiKtlon
j oatlon t1on The warning which I sent to the thecountry theCo thecountry
Co country Utly before I landed IB l still sufficient sufficientTfou sufficientYou umclentJYou
JYou You remember my cablegram from Battle BattleltarborHere Hattieiterbor
ltarborHere Hajrbor Hero is I the exact exaolwording wording of it itt Ittc ItCOOk
t tc fCook COOk < > okhaa has not been to the pole April AprilI
I 121 21st 1 ltI08 ° 08 or any other date lie has hasinply haet ha hasintply
t inply handed the thopubliqa publlo a gold brick brickt
t 1 Brof rof Willis Lr Loore Moore president re ldent of the
it National Nat ila1 Geographic Society comment oommentI I
t I Ing In on the Copenhagen finding said Illl d he hei heJnlllu
i presumed Jnlllu med that neither the University Univera Ity of ornhagen ofI
I Copenhagen nhagen nor Dr Cook will now have haveI
1 I ac ey objection to the committee of the thef thetiOGety theSociety
f Society examining the original records recordat
t Jv l 1 I 1 anticipate said ProfMoore Prof Moore that thatf thatrtlu tbatIthe
f j rtlu tbsf committee Will still desire to go to toCopenhagen toCo toCopenhagen
Copenhagen Co enha en for f r the th purpo6 of making
l that examination 1 The lurpoe he h committee is isi I Ilaeting hiacting
i acting under authority of r the board of ofraajiagera ofisaitagers If Ift
t l raajiagera rs of the th National Geographicv Ooofrapblo4Boc1ety Geographic JeographicMooloty
v Society which perniitsjlt to use U e its own owndiscretion owndY owntiuon
discretion dY < < eUon As A it cannot not make its ltereport report reportatIrely
j entirely complete without seeing ee < elng these fb fbI ThoeeI
I records 1 it I is reasonable to naaume that thati thatth
i the th committee com it will go abroad for that thatpurpose thatpurpoee thatThe
> purpose purpoeeThe
1 The committee referred to was ap appoipted
f poipted ted by the society ocI ety to toexamlnelnto toexamlnelntothree examine Into Intorespective IntotJu
three tJu respective ve merits of time claims of ofCook ofDr ofDr4
tted Dr Dr4 Cook and Commander Peary As Asresult A Athi
A AltJllt ltJllt thi result of tho examination of Com Comder Comana
I ana inajxter der Pearys data the society has liasalready hasaI hasalridy
already aI awarded him a medal as a dla dlaCdvorer dlac di dicoverer
coverer c > vwer of the pole polehe polet poleZhe
t Zhe he committee > made an effort to ob obtWPr obtalDr
tWPr Dr Coqka C9QkA1dat4 data J JU bul > ut the latter de deetinea deelia dodined
< elia dined dopieeendto to present it to the committee of ofthe ottheeOei ofthe
the theeOei society iltating stating that the issue was waspending wasendtngD wa wapending
pending before < < ore the theUDiV1Jrllltyor University of 4 4ha2ea Copen Copenhn6W
hogeir hn6W Wbtoh declined 4o waive wlYeprece prece precedence precedeno ¬
dence deD i j r rThe rThe t i
The member of ortbe f the committee will willnot willnot 1111not
not di dCuNi UM 1oh Ihe ae finding ftndlngofueUJ of the University Universityof veraltJ veraltJof
of o Copenhagen CO enl1aken on account of Ita intended intendedpurpose intendedIUrJO5e < 1 1p
p purpose to examine Dr Cooks data the theposition thepoIUUon theIoiutlon
position taken belngthAt Dr Cook has hasrefused baaused harefused
refused used to place iaeo his hi data W1tabeforo before the th com committee committee coinmittee ¬
mittee until the University of Copen ¬
hagen had examined eo lqed thq thpapers thpaperseAdmlral thepapereAdmiral paper
eAdmlral Admiral C CM M MCh8llter Chester former head heado u
o 01 the United UnltedStaii States NavalObservatory NaYalrOb NaysI Observatory Observatoryzeitrath4 ervatol ervatolreiterated
reiterated whn he has said wd previously
in regard to hi his disbeUefin Cooks claims olaimThe
The Theorildnal original detailed Ied analysis anaJy a of the data dataon dataon
on Which whl h Cook CookbaB4d based hi contention for forthe fo forthe
1 the honor of ofbelnc being the first to toreach reach the thenorth thenorth
b north pole wacznade by Admiral AdmIralICMe Ches ICheser
tel er in an addro before berorethe the University UniversityS
S I Club in this city WbatAdmiral What Admiral Chester ChesterjSoid OheeterI
I jSoid r Said on that occasion attracted wide widespread widelllipread widespread ¬
lllipread spread attentionand attention andba has been regarded
I h here re aa a marking the the1 > beginning of Cook Cookdownfall
IIdoWntalI downfall with the tbeAmericanubllo American publio a
I large portion of which up to that time timeS
S bad been inclined to regard him as a
hero
I CooV C Co O M the Uiemonwnental monumental faker S of the theage theaae theage
age Admiral Chester sold today to Y
z < PHILADILMTIA P ItLJJtI4 Pa Deo 31 JIRear Bear Ad AdI Admlral
I rniral George Oeor W Melville Me vllleU U 8 N re retired totIOd ¬
ttlJed tired one of the first scientists of distino distinoI
I 11011 tlon II to question que tlon Dr Cooks discovery dl covery of ofthe ofI ofthe
the north no pole Mid when told of the theJ theI
I I d6cl decision lon of ofthe the Danish committee today
J Three months ago I declared it aa my
belief that while Cook may mayhave have reached reachedthe reachedf
the pole the probabilities were that be bad badnot badI
I f not From his subsequent writings in interviews Intemewll Interviewe ¬
terviews and notions 10ItB my original opinion opinionwas opinionwas
was strengthened and 1 became abso abolutely ¬
lutely convinced that be had not seen the theearths therth theearths
II earths rth northernmonf point pointNow pointNow
5 Now as uthe the question 1s being bel threshed
1 lout l rout ut it becomes clear that Cook practised practiseda
5 a great t decptlon on the world or tried to
1 It is I both difficult and unfair to d lacuna dl dlcuaaor lacunaor cu a ar
i or r pass upon a mans intentions Whether WhetherDr
Dr Cook made an honest effort e ort to reach reachthe reachtho
c the tt pole or orthlnkeeven thinks even that ho hewu was there thsreI
I Inxnot r J1ot prepared to toy say Hia III condition conditionenter condlt conditionenter on onenten
enter into J to the tbematt matter rver very much as a the theituation theattUAtion theoltuatlon
ituation Is I developing It look very Tel TelIBuch ye yeesuch
much aa though be pont the time with withthe withthe wi wiI
I the natives natlveeof of the theFBr For North and while whilethere whilethereconoelvedth whileI
I there thereconoelvedth conceived the idea Id a of fooling the theworld theworld theword
world with wltbthIe this announcement announcementt announcementTHINKS a oemen oemenL
t
I THINKS T1 I1XS COOK nOEST nOESTProf
3 Prof r Brew Doe Not Believe He eFllktd eFllktdHI Faked Fakedt
t Hli HI Polar Hto HtoNw Htory HtoryNKTT HforyNaw
NKTT HAVMTDCC H h1Avvc VUf Do 31 2 21Prof Prof William WilliamjH wmlamlB WilliamiII
jH Brewerof Brewer flrewerofTaIo tralo Tale one one of the countrys countrysleading country countryk
k leading aiilhorities auth rltles on northern eiplora eiploratloaa4a exploratloa oxploratioaa4ii
tloaa4a tloa personal acquaintance of Dr Dri Dr1 Dr1I
I F FroWA i Cook C okF when bB told today of ofthejieltoiji o oth ofI
I thejieltoiji th l Copenhagen t opeonh cen declared hlm hlmbT hlmMll himS
S Mll td blde bT blth > the universitys universitysWhile 1lver8lty 1lver8ltydecc1qji
S
decc1qji decc1qjiW1 dectI dectIWbfleProf =
While W1 WbfleProf fi Prof Brewer does not doubt doubttha doubtthe
the the4bI1ty Ability pf rthe the University of Copen Copenthagen Copenlhaaen CopenJ
J hagen to determine the authenticity of ofDruCooks ofDrHCooklI ofDrtCooka
DruCooks claims he Is unwilling lInwWlngtohnmd to tobrand tobrand
brand Dr Cook as a faker In his hi opin opinion oplnIO opinIon
ion IO the mere fact that the university universitys
ha s rejected the documents does not notnecessarily notIn
5 In necessarily 11 mean that Dr Cook had not notbeen no nobeen notc
c been In the vicinity of the pole polebelieve polebelieve polei
i believe the authorities of the Cnl UnivecJty
ivemty I V Y of Copenhagen are capable dapableln dapablelnevwy In Inevery inevery
every way to determine the th efficiency efficiencyof etnclencyotDr
tt of otDr Dr Cooks claims said Prof Brewer BrewerI
1 believe that the commission that did didnhei didt
nhei t fthelnveetlgntlng the Investigating is a 1 good one I am ami amitotally
i totally tota unwilling however to say sar ay that thatDrCook thatJDr
U JDr DrCook k Is an Imposter as a there is no noway noa1at
t way wayatpmeent a1at tat present of k knowing no whig if he actually actuallyreafcea aotuallyre actuallyreaebed
re reafcea hed the pole or failed to reach it itIt it1t
It I Ie ii quite possible that Dr Cook la lauDder I IborHl
borHl 1 under the delusion tha that he did didthe didthe didsea
sea the polo Ie I would not be quoted quoteding
I 111 4ylng ing that t he h e did discover the pole poleliorlwould poleJ polenorould
J liorlwould 0 auld I be quoted as saying that he hedldjaot hedid hehe
dldjaot did H ot otI otUil I
Uil he Must Not ot8ee flee Her Daughter Daughterj4 DaUShtrrtemeCour DauhIeri4reme
i4reme j4 > fetne temeCour Court Justice OQorman OQormanan
t < rranW gTa tM an Interlocutory Intorl cUtory divorce Ivorc yester yesterdaylo yesterda4 eeter
daylo da da4 to 0 Frank B Pauken P Jeen from Sarah A Ait AIt An
4
It it B Pkulsen ulsen oo the ground grQuadot of her mlscon mlsconf mlaconti mieconau
ductwlth au wlth a Chinaman site met m et In a Fifth Fifthjo JolCthTfV ft
f TfV TfVeurio 1 a ivehue jo curio store Mrs lIntP Paulsmi uleGnaaked uleGnaakedtho asked askedthe askedthati
ath th thh thductwlth thati ti Jtho the decree d ee provide provldeCer for her r to see seelney seehlneyoaroId
h tllneyearold lney arold daughter daughteloecaalonally daughteloecaalonallye oacaslonally oacaslonallyCourt oecaaionaily1hu
hu Uie e Court declined to tora grant t hw the theJ
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COOKSFRIENDS COOKS i FRIENDS DESERT HIM HIMOK
OK J Plt1S PLUV > 4JV4 TO lOlB 1flFJ E A MISSIO MISSIOAttY 11188101ARJTlJ U1S8IOARY
AttY ARJTlJ TO TUK TUKExplorers FI1fVO FI1fVOri ESIIMOFxiIorer
Explorers XlI rfMI Club ClubLlkel Ukdr to Kxpel EsltelIUm film for forAlleged forAllesiod forAll
Alleged All grd M Mt VpKn IeoKtnltyFakRYfn IeoKtnltyFakRYfnthoAldernltlla pILtniey Fakt FakeEven FakeEventheAIderrnNi KT I Ithe
ri the AlderniMi thoAldernltlla Repent RentGo1d Pmtr A new td Medal MedalHe Medalfle edaI edaI611e
He Never Nt1 GotSald to Be In Neiway NeiwayIt N NIt
It was definitely stated kstfilght 14t night by byRosooe b bnOecoe byRosooe
Rosooe C Mitchell a close friend and nd con confidant confidant oonfidant ¬
fidant of Dr Cooks that three daywago daywagohe da day IO IOhe gohe
he received ived a cablegram cablecramfrom from Cook sent sentfrom lentfrom sentfrom
from ChrtsUansand Norway N rwaMltcheU rwaMltcheUlIald Mitchell Mitchellsaid Mitchellsaid
said that he had reason to believe that thatCook tiatCook t tCook
Cook was still Itl ther there and had h d been b b for rorme rormetme b some sometime sometime
time timeMitchell tme tmeMlt
Mitchell Mlt hl also al al paid lid that tht the expedition expeditionwhich expito expedItionwhich
which Cook had planned plnned that tt Knud KnudRasmussen KnudRsmu KnudRasmussen
Rasmussen Rsmu n the Danish Da h explorer explorr should shouldmake mouldmake shouldmake
make to t EUh Etalnext next summer lIumer to t recover recoverCook revr revrCook recoverCookH
Cook CookH > Instruments ln t mentCce cached there there nad nadbeencalled bdbn iadbeinIledo
beencalled bn alled off 01 by Rasmussen byRmuun who whoa whoaon acted actedon ted tedon
on anuinderstandlng anl rtandlni which whch he had previ previouslyinade preylouely previouely ¬
ouslyinade ouely j made with wtl Cook concerning cnCrinK con erntng the thefate thefate thefat
fate fat qfthe qrhl expedition expiton in the theeventof even oe of r an anunfavorable annnravomblt aniinfavorabl
unfavorable nnravomblt report reprt by byth the th Danish Dnlh scion sciential eien eientilt sciontliit ¬
tial tilt
tialCook
tiltCokltld Cook Cokltld Cookitold J told a friend of his hi in New York Yorkthat Yorktht Yorkthat
that tht if ifbe fUe 1 wan wa a not supported aupporle by b the Uni University Unlvorly Univereity ¬
versity at Copenhagen he would not notappeal notappalto notappealjto
appeal appalto appealjto j to any Copnhagn other tribunal Irlbun To this thisfriend thlafriend thisfriend
friend he confided cof his determination determinationin dterinton dterintonIn
in caaetot clof the refusal rrllof of the e Danish Daish scien scientists een eent scion sciontI ¬
tists t tI ta tojnceept te1acpthIa his Is contentions to spend spendthe apnd apndthe spendthe
the restof his ii life If among the Eskimos Fklm0 pf pfGreenland orOrnland ofOreenland
Greenland Ornland doing dolnlworlluch work worksuch such as a a Dr Oxen Grenfell Orn Ornel Oxenfell
fell el the Labrador Labaor missionary mllonlr does di for forthe forthe i ith
the th fisher fher folk tok of that coast coastThere ct ctTere coastflere
There Tere would be b no other place p1 in the theworld theworld theworld
world for me this friend f end quotes Dr DrCook Ir IrCook DrCook
Cook ad adEarly
as having havlngld havlngldrly
Early rly in the eighteenth eightenth century cntr all allEngland allEnjland n nEnalnd
England Enalnd rang rng rangwith t with the fame of George GeorgePaalmanazar OeorgePlmaazr GeorgePaalmanazar
Paalmanazar Plmaazr the Ut converted convre Japanese Japanesefrom Japn e efrom
from the th Island Ilr of Formosa oro who came camethither cme cmethither me methither
thither with wlthetrang strange tales tlN of the peoples peoplesof pop1
of the little ltl known kow Indies Indi a map of o For Formosa Formo Formoe ¬
mosa mo and complete cOplete mastery ntel of the th primi primitive primitve primitive ¬
tive tve tongue tngue of the th Formosan FoOn whloh whiohwaa be bewas e eW
was W ready to teach to courtiers counler from fromWhitehall fromWhiehl fromWhitehall
Whitehall Whiehl and literati ltet of the tb coffee oole houses housesPsaunanazar hoU housePsahoanazar I
Psaunanazar PalDzr went wlnt to Oxford as a the theward tbeward theward
ward of the Church Churh Green Grn were r his hisyeans hl hisyears
yeans yr in Itbe the light lght lightof of o his marvellous marlUou tales talesuntil tal taleuntil
until unti finally ly of his hi own owuan accord and nd with without withot without ¬
out ot the tb Intervention interento of r any scientific scientificsociety Ilenlfo Ilenlfosiety scleniflosociety I
society Pialmanazar PlmDaurwmte wrote an elaborate elaborateconfession elbrate elbrateconflon elaborateconfession
confession of his hi fraud He HI never nevlr had hadbeen hedbn badbeen
bn been to Formosa F nno rznoe and tho elaborate lan language ln lngge language ¬
guage gge of Cathay Cty was i as a spurious ss a th thmaps thmp the themap I
mp maps Impostor he had hd exhibited exhibitd said the th penitent penitentImpostor pulnt pulntImptor penitentimpostor
ImpostorThe Imptor
The easy going conc England Ealand of that tht day dayvoted da dayotPslmanazri dayvoted I
voted yotPslmanazri Paalmanazar s roaring good go fellow fellowover fllow fllowoYer fellowover
over the thlond th second bot bottle bott of port a dashing dashingfellow dhlnc dhlncfelow dashingfellow
fellow felow even even though he had hd hoaxed hOxed all allthe al illthe
the te bigwigs blg and andltb s d ithia gentleman ptaad ptaadventrUvdout ad adventurer adventurerhived
venturer ventrUvdout venturerhived lived out hisiUfe hilie In great gat honor honorand hOr hOrad bonerand
and ad a I comfortable crorble competency oopteno New NewTorlc NewYorki NeviYork
York Yorki in these the more mor brOU oervoua times was wasnot w wasnot
not inclined Incline yesterday yaery to drink a bumper bumperto
to Dr Frederick FdericA A Cook of Bushwiok Bushwiokand BUhwok BUhwokand
and aet thlm him down dow aa a a ajolYlo jolly joilygood good fellow fellowwho felow felowwbo fellowwho
who deserved dered much muchrromhla from his hi appreciative appreciativeTellows apprtiv sppreclaUvefellows
fellows relowlI New York wu more ore inclined Incln to totemporary totemporary totemporary
temporary seriousness rlolot at least le that tt por portion porto pottion ¬
tion to of New York Yokhohdayln which day dayin In and day dayout dy dyout dayout
out had b played pl the part frt ct of Greek Ork chorus chorusin oher
axis in thecomedy th comyof of the thMRrh tbeearcb search for fothebral fothebralaxis forthboreal forthborealaxis the boreal borealaxis
axisAn S SAn
An exploded eploe explorer said ad one o com commentator commentatrtorlyabd cornziientator ¬
mentator mentatrtorlyabd tersely and without charity charityIt charty chartyItl
It Itl is terrible tble I am a stunned lItuned said ild a more morekindly mor morekindly
kindly kndy critic cto when we he heard hor the news IW8 that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th Danish Dllllb scientists eilnUlta bad hd turned ttured down downDr dow downDr
Dr Cooks Cookpr proof r of the t pole finding findingSeveral findingSverl flndlngSeveral
Several Sverl men who whoh had been bn closest clet to Dr DrCook DrCook DrCook
Cook and who had h supported euppor his claims claimsagainst ola claimsagainst
against agalnt all aUte the scoffing Itl and ad the t doubt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the last three thr months monthareluoftyt reluctantly yet un unreservedly unrry xiiireservedly ¬
reservedly rry yielded yield their positions pUC yes yesterday y yetorday ¬
terday terand and accepted aop1d as a final Itbe the dictum dictumof dctum dctumor
of the t committee omltt o of the th Copenhagen Copg nil university ul ulverlty nilversity ¬
versity versityAs
As far as a could oc be ascertained aWned there thereis thlr
is I not one man of prominence plneo in town townwho townwho townwho
who Is ready rey to combat the ultimate ultimateauthority utimt WtIrnateauthority
authority authrity of the Danish Judges jud The Thoexplorer Thexplorerwbo Theexplorer
explorer explorerwbo who in the middle of September Septemberwas Spteber Spteberwu
was received reeived on these t shores eOr with wreaths wreathsof ret reathaof
of roses 10 and words word of adulation aultion Is now nowas nw nwas nowas
as bereft beft of friends rred as any constant connt at attendant attdnt attcnd ¬
tendant tdnt tcnd nt at the th Bowery Be Mission MissionEven Maon MaonEvn IdisalonEven
Even Evn the Board Bard of Aldermen Alderen which whichIn
In tardy tdy enthusiasm etbuam had gone one through throughthe thrh thrhthe
the ancient anciet formula early in October Octoberof Octoe Octoeor
of predrc presenting Dr Cook Co the freedom frem of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city cty and adwhlc which had outdone outone Itself Itselfon ltlr ltlron
on that tht occasion cn by the fervor feor of < f Its Itsoratoryi Itaorti It Itoratory
oratory orti was wa reported rept yesterday etdy to t be becontemplating be becontemplating
contemplating contmplatg a reconsideration rnadeation The Thefreedom Te Tefem Thefreedom
freedom fem of this t Cty city is I too t precious prOU a athing athin athing
thing thin in the th opinion opion of the Aldermen Aldermento Aden Adento
to be toyed with wt by a man mn who Is 1 sue suspected Bll Bllpee suepected ¬
pected pee of trying tng to toput put one over oer on the thewhole thewbole thewhole
whole drillred cvU world worldEverything worl worldEverything
Everything Evethinl Is going oln to t tumble In Inbunch a abunch abunch
bunch on the head h of Dr D Cook from fromthe frm frmtho fromthe
the Indications idicton I visible vllble yesterday On OnFriday Onrdyeo OnFriday
Friday rdyeo so It was WA learned l rned on good o au authority authority nuthortty ¬
thority the special committee oommltt of the theExplorer thefxploren theExplorers
Explorer fxploren Club lllpa of this th city otn in which whichassociation whch whchaltlon whIciasecoistlon
association altlon Dr Cook Co holds membership membershipwhich merelp merelpwhich
which was as appointed appint in October Oce to con consider consider Conalder ¬
sider the tie evidence eVdeno In support of the theBrooklyn theBroklyn thelrooklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn physicians claim clm uppr to t having havingascended hYlnl hayin hayinaoended o
ascended aDde1ount Mount phycoll McKinley UoKlneY In 1900 18 will willreport wi wi wireport
report to the board bord of governors gonron of the theclub theclub theclub
club reprt that th there is I nothing nothng in the th pub published publlehed publiahed ¬
lished evidence eldeno of Dr D Cook Co J to prove provethat prov provethat
that he reached rched the highest highet pint point of the thocontinent thl thecontinent
continent continentJt It Is believed belete by by members membersof
of the Explorers Explorr Club that Dr D Cooks Cooksexpulsion Co Cooksexpulsion
expulsion from that tat body will wl follow followas folo foloa
as a a natural natra consequence of the te com committee cm cmmit coinmilteo ¬
mittee mit report rrt even I If the Undines fnding pf the theDanish theDani theDanish
Danish Dani scientists Ilentl1 are not taken ten into con consideration conIldetlon conaideratiori ¬
sideration siderationMarshal Ildetlon IldetlonMrhal aideratioriMarshal
Marshal Mrhal 11 1 Bavllle Svie a vicepresidentof vicepresident Vlcprldentof
of the Explorers Explora Club Cb and ad the chairman chairmanof
of this special committee cmit of Investiga Investigation InYMUp ¬
lion said ed ald lllpll yesterday yeetery that on Monday Mondaynight Mondy Mondynlht Mondaynight
night the committees commlt e findings dlnp In I the theMount theMount theMount
Mount McKinley MoKile matter mtter were er drawn dw up upIn upIn upin
In report form and signed 11 e unanimously unanimouslyby unanlmouly unanlmoulyby
by repor all al of the members of the committee committeeProf cmitee cmiteePof
Prof Pof 8avilla Svlle said sid that the committee comitee had hadbeen hd hdhn hadbeen
been hn forced for to conclude Ita li it investigation investigationwithout InvetlptoD InvetlptoDwihout Investigationwithout
without wihout the assistance aletano of Dr Cook Cok who whohad wbohadproml wholied
had hadproml promised to appear ap r and elucidate elucidateany
any matter mtter which might demand demnd his hispersonal hlaponl lii liipersonal
personal ponl explanation espJtion Since Blnc Cook is ismissing II Ismissing
missing It was not no the fault of the com committee commite cornmlttee ¬
mittee mite said eld Prof Por Saville Svie that tt he had hadnot h hadnot
not received rcelYd a hearing hring In his h own ow defence defenceThis deren defencenile
This Thl committee comitee numbers nub several oersl men menwho menwho menwho
who up to the very ver last lt have hve beenstrongadherents bnltlg bnltlgJdberenta beenstrong beenetroagadherents
Jdberenta adherents of Cook It I Is I i composed o ed of ofAnthony ofAnthon ofAnthony
Anthony Flab Fil Caspar Cpr Whitney Whitey H C CWalsh cWallllb CVaIsh
Walsh F 8 Dlenbugh Dellenbaugb W U Clark ClarkC Clrk ClrkC
C II I Townsend Towlnd and Prof Pf Saville SavilleThough Svie Svien SavilieThough
Though no n official statement lltatementw was made madeyesterday md6 md6I madeyesterday
I yesterday tb by the chairman ohaln It 1 was w wa learned learnedthat lee learnedthat
that the thl allldavlt atildavitmade made by Edward EWrd N NBarriU NI NBrrill
I BarriU BrU Cooks sol solo me companion 10 in the thela theMo hl
I Mo tK UeK1iIe edLhn omp la i waIcb wbIcarrt wbIcarrtI Ob rT rTt
I S C t lS It
11 tlit u > fi
wore lo that Cook did die not no get within wt four fourteen foU fourteen ¬
teen t miles mle of the te motmtala mot top lp and that
he faked fa photograph ph toaph purporting to o be bethat
that of the ultimate ultmr peak pl played an b
oommlttae oommlttaeTo omt important Im part pr in the te p Hading li pl7 of the theoommlttae theomt theoommlttse
To ro o the scientific lIolenlno world wor Cook Ck must mustappear mustapp mustappear
appear aa an a exploded explorer said sid
app Prof Saville Svil in I comment exoe upon up uponthe IXpo the Copes Copenhagen Cpn ¬
hagen h nnounoemant anounfmet but tut of course coursethere ou ogureetbe
there thee will wl be b very many my peep eopl ple who wo will willnever wi willnever
never nee be convinced cvinC that tt he te did not notreach not notreach
reach roh the thpole polo whatever whatnr the teeett seientfet may
decide dee I do not no believe bel Te that the theGayother thex man manha maY
ha x any Gayother other recourse nur now and nd d that the thegame thopeIup thegame
game Is I up with lh him no It I i J Ii unfortunate unfortunatethat uforunt
that peIup the whole Incident ha b arisen arisenDr srienDr
Dr Roswoll Rel 0 Stebbln Stbbl a chairman hlnnauor hlnnauorte of ofthe ofthe
the te executive exeutve committee comml of the Arotio ArotioClub ArotioClub rto rtoClub
Club of America of which Dr Cook Ck Co k i ione la laOeof Isoneof
one Oeof oneof of the vloeprosldanta vloepraldet said BdyMry yesterday
that tht he h was stunned by b the news Dw from fromCopenhagen fromCophacen fromCopenhagen
Copenhagen Cophacen During Dr all toe tb polar polr con controversy 0 eontroveray ¬
troversy tOvR Dr Stobhlns Stbb has b boon bn one on oneof oneofthu of oftho ofthe
the chief Cook C mouthpiece and ad an a ardent ardentadherent ardet ardetae ardentadbernt
adherent t of the mouif explorer It was Dr DrBtebbina DrStebblnq DrStebbuno
ae
Btebbina who organised oranlJ the te big banquet banquetof bue
of welcome at the theWadorwhlch Wojdorf which followed followedDr folowed folowedD
Dr D Cook arrival arvl from frm Europe Erop in Septem September ptem ptember ¬
ber and many mny times time he b was w interviewed in insupport InIUPp insupport
support IUPp pole discovery dleovr of Cook claims ellml to t priority pority Interiewe in the thepole thepole thepole
It I Is t I terrible Dr Stebblns said saidThis MidTllll saidTh1e
This Tllll new newt from Copenhagen has h stunned stunnedme
me completely oomplotJy Qg T This la l bard har for fome me to tobelieve tobelevthl tobelievethis
believe belevthl believethis thia story that my close 010 friend friendhas friendhas rieDdha
has ha attempted attmpt to deceive deeive the world as asno I ano
no man before befor ever attempted to do doyet do doyet
yet I must accept acept eyeratMpted the word wo of the theJdga theJdgaan judges judgesand judgesand
and an I now believe beleve that thtDr Dr Cook deliber deliberately doliberateiy olbr olbrately ¬
ately planned plned the whole story etl and tried triedto triedto
to doctor dotot his hi observations oberatonlll to fit tt his taje tajeYou te teYou tajeYou
You will wi remember rember that tht I said when whenfirst whentt whenfirst
first tt Cooks Ck story was doubted doubt that thatwhereas th thatwhereas
whereas Wher Peary bad hld the right to acceptance toptnoe toptnoejut toacooptancejust acceptancejust
just jut on the strength of hi his word Cook Cookmust CookmUt Cookmwxt
must mUt prove bin 1le etrngh claim Cook C has h ha failed failedto taie
to do so 5 and I niar no have h haveto Ye to admit amit that he heprobably heprobbly heprobably
probably probbly is I an Impostor Impior It I Is 111 very veryourious verycurious
curious the way wty Cook got out of town WWl a afow arew afew
few week wekr ago It look to me as if ifhe Ifhe ifbe
he had ba deliberately delbrat ly planned plnned to get all altbe altbemonty the themoney themoney
money monty he could through tbrllh his hi lecture lelre and andthen Andthen andthen
then to t disappear dlppr knowing kowln < that his hl proof proofwould proorwould proofwould
would never wash washDr walb walbDr wahDr
Dr Stebblns said that be bued believed that thatMrs thatI thatMrs
Mrs ra Cook Ck was ws wa with II the e doctor dotr wherever whereverhe
he might t be He le knew kew that tht neither of ofthe oftbe ofthe
I the Cook Ck children obldnm who wboare are somewhere somewberIn oewh oewhIn
in New York in a boarding brdin ochoolwDr ochoolwDrKtebbius IboolD echooDrStebbin
Ktebbius StebblW would wOlld not say ey where whrbd whrbdeither wherehad bad seen seeneither eieither
either of oftb the parents since ee the Sunday
prnle tbMundaY
before bfore Thanksgiving Thankglving He had visited visitedthem vlfiltedthem visitedthem
them recently rlty and they tier said that tht they
did not know where their telr father tat her and andmother andmother
mother bad b gone goe after arer that date dateDr dte dteUi dateDr
Dr Ui Stebbns Stbnaallo also told a little ltle story atol of ofa
a medal redal gone astray atrwhlob which has b hereto heretofore herto hertofor heretofore ¬
fore for been hn overlooked overlo in the te ootnlo Olo Olohony sym symphony aymphony ¬
phony of the th polar Jlr dispute dlaput He said saidthat laIdtht saidthat
that tht a certain crlaln Count Cunt KulaUe Eulaliohe ulaIhe he might mighthave mllt mllthave mighthave
have been bn a Spanish 8plab oount Dr Stabbin Stabbinlielieved Stebbinsheliovedhad
lielieved heliovedhad had habn been ln town tow at the tbetlme tbetlmeDr time timeDr timeDr
Dr Cook C returned returne from Europe In Septem Sptm ¬
her br and that this count cunt in his enthusiasm hleenthulam
had ba presented p nted to the Arctic Artlo Club Cub of Amer America Aer Aerloa Amerlea ¬
loa two medals mol for forprtaton presentation One Onegold Onegold
gold Bld ro mal dali we W was to o be b given to Dr D
i Cook C and the t Counts Coutll request ruet aln In this thisinstance the thelntaowoared thisInstance
instance lntaowoared was carried out ot on o that great
day dy when the te Aldermen Aldere received Kt the theexplorer theexplorer
I explorer The Te second Id medal mel rv one te of
bronze blDE was Wi to go to the Eingof KDIf Den Denmark D Denmark
I mark mr because bue of hi hil distinguished datinluillbed pat patronage pt ptrn patronage ¬
ronage rn of the thl Arotio wanderer wandererEvery wderer wdererEYerplprtowa wandererEvery
Every EYerplprtowa preparation was made meto to for forward forward forward ¬
ward this bronco medal to totbe the King King8or I
Secretary 8or Osbon Obon of ml the dub prepared prepareda
lalte a little box bx to receive riye the ou token toen pp and pr prpred pre prepared ¬
pared to guard Iard it i In transit trnl and a anp there therewas tere terewa therewas I
was p wa being engrossed eng a respectful letter letterto letr letrt
to t his Majesty Mjety when he Admiral Admirl rpful Bchley Bbey
the te president prldont of the olub decided dede that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the King KCor of Denmark Dmrk would ud not n want wantany WDta wantany
any a bronco bre medals mel for the part be had hadplayed b badplayed
played playf In the reception rton of Dr D pr Cook Ok So Sothe 6 o othe
the te medal me never went ent to the King Knl and
Dr Stabblns said ytry yesterday that tt nobody nobodyoemed noby nobyeer nobodyseemed
seemed eer to know what Wt had h become bm of it itDr ItD ItDr
Dr D Stebblns Stbln raid thatin that lii the list of ofofficers ofom ofomc
officers om for the te club cub for ro the te ensuing eD11 year o
Dr D Cook Cke name nae did not appear for re reelection r meelction ¬
election eeton as a vicepresident dent apear He had
aycp b
learned leed that some eme friend fed of Dr Cook Cookpresumably C Cookspresumably 1
prumaly presumably had hat sent out to the te mem membe mernbets ¬
be bets a list 18t of officers otno which whob Included Incude Cook Cookname C Cooksname
name aa candidate cndidte in lr the old office but butthis butt butthis
t this list was u not official omcRI Dr Stebbln Stebblndid RtbiD RtbiDdid Slebbinsdid
did not nt say BY why wh Dr D Cook C bad been beeDII beeDIIbor Ig Ignored igDomed ¬
Domed bor in the nominations nomlatlonll for office officeAnthony otnc officeAnthony
Anthony Anthy Fiala Fla the t Arctic Arto explorer eplorwb who
likewise Ikwll was wa one of the te stanohost enchetC Cook Cooksupporters Cooksupporters
supporters euppor reversed rverd his hi position plUon yester eter ¬
day dy and admitted admlt that he had been bn de deceived deolY dooeived ¬
ceived olY In I his he hi office omo at CO e Uberty Ube street Irt
Mr M Fiala Fia said saidAt eld eldAt saidAt
At first lrt hearing heag the report of the te Dan ¬
ish scientists aentatamed Boomed rep Incomprehensible Incomprehensibleto Inomprbonaile Inomprbonaileto
to me yet yutl I fully fu believed be in I the justness justnessof Jute
of their th decision deon and I am ready rdy to admit admitthat amit amitthat admitthat
that I have been be wrong rnllr in believing beng that thatDr thatDr thatDr
Dr Cook bad h bona lido fe claims cla to t the thediscovery thedyel thediscovery
discovery dyel of the pole I am amazed to tolearn tolen tolearn
len learn that he did dd not send any am except exoeptthe exoeptthemost the theroost th
roost mt negligible neglgible set B of observation oberatJone par particularly particularly ¬
ticularly tJcarly observations ollervtona of longitude p Ob Observations Obleatonl Observattons ¬
servations leatonl of longitude in the tArlo Arctic are arehard a arehard
hd hard to t take te because beul 10ngtudeJn of dependence dende Upon Uponthe uponte uponthe
the te correctness ortD8 of the t chronometer chrnomer yet yetthey Yitte yetthey
they te would woud be essential ent to prove pr ye any anyclaim anyolam anyclaim
claim olam of o polar discovery dlaver
I must say that tbtth thatth the first dn thing thnc that thatshook thatmook thatshook
shook my mrbelet11 belief in Dr Cook integrity integritywa
wa the tact factthat that upon uponbetag being ba quizzed quiz Intlt In Inthis Int inthis
t this city ct after art hi hi his upn return rurhe returnbe be was 1 unable unableto uble ubleto
to tell tl the iemae make of hi hl seAant t which whichbe whic
he said Id bad h been b left le with the ret r of hi hiinstrument hi hiInstrument
instrument ItreaIn in the cache wth at Etab Et It Iteemsd I Itseemd
eemsd eto to me that tht any cce explorer exlor would wouldknow wld wldkow wouldknow
know kow the make me of his sextant letnt a u well wl a atho athe
the make mke niakeof of hi hi wt watchAnother watch watchAnother
Another Aoer thing tn which wboh puzilod pule me mi but butwhich butwhich butwhich
which did dd not ntdery notdestroy destroy my myrlth faith in Cook Cookbecause Ck Ckbu Cookbecause
because bu I thought toght that tJt he could Culd explain explainaway epln eplnawy explainaway
away awy all al doubts dobt was the length lenh of time timeho tme tmehe timeh
ho h sold id he spent lpt wandering wdonc around aroundIn arund arundIn
In the Jones Jone Sound Bd region upon hi hl his return returnfrom rur returnfrom
from the pole I could coul rcn not up understand understandwhy undetd undetdwh understandwhy
why wh he went wt far ra south It of Ellesmere ofEUemere Land Landto Ld Ldto
to Jones Sound Snd and ad starved etared there all allwinter al allwinter
winter wint as he he81 says he hdld did when be bad badleft h hadleft
left lefa a cache cche of provisions prYaoa in Ellesmero EllesmeroLand EIee ElleemereLand
found foundAfter roundAftr foundAfter Land Lnd which whch Harry Ir Whitney Wlt8 afterward afterwardfound afar afterwardfound
After all al I am foroed for for ed to the te conclusion conclusionthat onuion onuiontht
that tht the Eskimo EkimO whom om Peary II said Id be beuestloned bequestioned e eqUMUoned
questioned told the tbetr truth when whe they the said saidhat Midtht saidthat
hat tht Cook had never neve been b out ot of eight of ofland oflnd ofland
land It looks if Cook had
lnd as A I hamplr hamplrgone simply aixipi aixipigone
gone around aund and around aru the te lld Islands north northof fort nortor fortof
of the mainland minld of the continent continet and that thathe tha thathe
he did not venture on tha t polar lr sea e at all allThough aUThough allThough
Though Cook baa b always been b careless carelesswith crel crelwtb carelesswith
with his observations hi his other
wtb hleobrt a on expo expedition expodIUona ¬
dition dltion to the Arotio Arlo and to t Mount McKin McKinloy MoKn MoKnley MoKunby exp
loy and has blllnever never given Kvutbt that feature returthe returthemathematcl the themathematical themathematical
mathematical mathematcl care cr a a conscientious ex explorer explorer explorer ¬
plorer should I have hve to admit oaetoue that It look looknow loobnow looksnow
now as aalf If Cook had not been b elnee sincere in inthis Inthllll Inthis
this whole matter matterMr matterMr cutterMr
Mr Fiala Fala added aded that in his hil belief bele the theupshot theuphot theupehot
upshot uphot of the th whole polar pl controversy controversywould ctaray ctaraywould controversywould
would be to torTolutomr revolutionize the method methodof
of polar exploration eploon ln I particular oa meto and andthose ad adthO andthose
those thO of t all al explorers eplorr generally ge generally1n iy
In the te future there will wil bo b no no more moreslap morelap morela
slap la dash dh performance In Inoplorton Inoplortona exploration explorationsaid
proro
said he heI I do not believe that tbt any ex explorer e oxplorer ¬
a plorer will wl dare dar to make any attempt attempton atempt atempton
on any ay of the few remaining r Pae mlnl unknown unknownportion ukow unimownportIons
poron portion of the earth erh without wthout an accom accompanying am ampnyng accolapanying ¬
panying party capable of corroborating
crbortg
pary cpble o
his pnyng hl assertions arllon No 1o iO explorer will wl dare dareto d dareto
eporer
to t try a one man m dash eh into a 111 < bidden biddencountry hdde hiddencountry
country countr after afer the present prat exposure he hewill howi hewill
will wi 8 see to 0 it that tht be i is accompanied epuri by bycieiiUflu
eptfo dmtlflo assistant at1t a as Ilampe Peary Pew PewH was wasH wasIi
H WolnlnWak Wellington Week the lawyer l0 who whohas wboha whohas
has ha spoken for rorCook Cook sold ed yesterday yetery
epken
This certainly crlanlY places pl Cook In a terrible terriblesituation ter terribleI ble bleltuation
I situation ltuation If J I I bad h the doctor dorl per permission peri ¬
i mission to make mak a alttet statement I could couldmake culd culdmkoone couldmake pr prminion
make mkoone one that tht would woud le lead the people peopleof
I of the world worldto to take tu a vary charitable charitableview chtle chtlevie charitableview Pplf
view vie of thia thle whole matter matterMr mtt matterL
L Mr MrW o Wack waakdit w < acNthill ifkis > Bl statement atec I Ii
i 1rfvi Wl f f
implied tt that perhaps Dr r Cook C WM sa fferi fferirngfrom fferhnfrom i
rngfrom lpe It mental ph ta abberaUon abberaUonYe abbernUoneyes bUon <
eyes Ye e be answered I dont do think thinktbat t thinkthat
that 1 Dr Cook C Is 1 accountable ntle He U liebeen has hasbeeti h
been b put pt under ude a terrible tble nervous neO strata
both b la I his hi hi trip tp to the north and ad during durina
hla hi stay 1t in this t country otly n after at his hi return returnHe rtr returnHe
He baa been b aUng acting strangely etnply and I think thinkhtannlnd thn thinkbiamnind
htannlnd halDd baa b been bn affected
Cook C lawyer I said ed ae he was convinced convincedthat cohvlziOedtht
that t be had b been bn right t all al along obTo when whenhOSaid whenhed whenbesald
hOSaid that tt Cook r had sailed ele aon from fromN New NewYork No4York
York Yok for Europe on h November 27
Eop o Noob 2
Dr Cook went to Naples aa he sold soldhe Md Mdhew sxfldhowas
he hew howas was going lon to do and thence the be b went w ot
to t Norway Mr Waok Wak sold I believe believethat bUeve bUevett
that tt he h Is II I in Christianaand CrieUad ed Norwarr Non It Itt at atthis t tthto
this t minute minut and that he went there so that thatbe t thathe t the
he would wod be b within witin ready communication communicationwith commuction commuctionwIth 1
with Copenhagen Opn r should Iho d his hil preeefcoe preeefcoebefore prpo preeecebefore
before bore the Ue scientist Ilntit of the university unly t be bencoaosory b hOn000asazv
n8 ncoaosory it I was wa mainly mnly through thrghty thrghtyucn my myurging myurging
urging that ttDr Dr Cook gave up his lecture lecturein J ifioturetour u
ucn tur tour In t this cunt country ad and pre prepazd himslf himslftSIYe himself himselfto
tSIYe to give an aer answer to allot all of ll hIs ctiO critics criticsMr
Mr Wak Wack wu aed asked I if bo ltil stilt beleve believed
in the te assertion of Dr Cook He an answered anawe answ ¬
uOD
swered awe sw that tt he did dd not care to commit commithimself ommlt commithimself
himself hmlf on that point
Mr Waok Waoll tt said pnt that tt before beore the t Loose LooseDunkel La LooseDunkel
Dunkel Dkel affidavits concerning Loose al alleged aildctorlng allegeiI ¬
adavl onomln L1
leged ldctorlng doctoring of Cooks figures were werepublished werep worepublished
published p lae be received reived word fgs that tt they thevwould theywould
would be hold up fortyeight hours hour pond d ¬
ing In lnWacks Wacks Wak efforts eort fortrlht to locate locte Dr Cook k in inorder Inore inoruer
order ore charges chargesI chal that tt the explorer might answer aerthe aerthechal the thecharges thecharges
UI I did not know kow whore who Dr Cook was wasthe Walat Walatte at attho
the time aid I made madeevery madeevery
te tme said Mr l Wackand Wack ad
me meeYr
every eYr effort eort to find fd somebody Imebo who wbodld did
know 1 called caled upon Charles Carles Wake who
had hatld hadtold told the reporters reporler that he did know
but that he wouldnt wo lt kunt tell Mr M Wake told toldme toldme
me that he really rl did not know but that that
having hvln oMpe 08p osce stated that he did he could couldnot oule couldnot
not very el Well wel go back bc on his h statement lttment
Does J It not seem an evidence evidenc of an
Irrational Irtonal mind that Or D Cook Cook would wouldtraffic wouldtrQ wouldtflgwith
tt
traffic trQ tflgwith with wlt that man mn Loose Lse Loosewhom whom he had hadnever hJd hJdnever hadnever
never known kown before brorC beforeif if indeed Ind he did hire hlN
Loose L as a the latter assertand arlad that tat he hewould hewould hewould
would have hve laid lid himself hlmlf open to just what whattook whattook whattook
took place plac through the agency of Looee Looeeand L Looaeand
and DunkleT DunkleTWe Dnkl DunkieWewerecrecjitedwldx agenc
We W Wewerecrecjitedwldx were we credited cie with that Iha thatstoryabout story about aboutthe abut abutthelot
the thelot plot to steal etel Cooks records reord in transit transitto tranllitt
to t Denmark Dmrk but we had nothing to todo todowit do dowith dowIth
with wit it We threw out HO H per p r cent of the theevidence theevidence
evidence evdenc Dr Cook brughtht brought that t such a plot plotwas plotwall plotwas I
was actually actull actuallyunder under way but lut it seems rs that thatthe tht thtte thatthe
the te remaining 30 2 per cent cnt wan 01 strong strongenough strongenolh strongenough
enough enolh to have hvl havegrest great grtnfiuence pr influence on a person personhi pereonI
hi I Dr D Cooks stale of mind 6 6Wiim
William Wiim L Cook k milk mik dealer of 747 747Bedford 747Bedford U UBrord
Bedford Brord avenue aveue Brooklyn Brklyn and anda u brother brotherof
yesterday yestery of Dr Cook Ck stood ato strongly by the doctor doctoryesterday dot doctoryesterday
I do not no believe beleve a word wh of it ha hf said saidwhen aid aidwbeQ saidwhen
when he had h read r d the telegram tlegmrrom tlegmrromengen from fromCopenhagen fromCopenhagen
Copenhagen engen Its rubbish rub ble and untrue untrueand untre untreaa untrueand
and aa Its baaed bed on outside rumors rors My
brother broher told tho truth He found the thepole theple thepole
pole and the truth will wi prevail In time timeCook timeCook
ple pvRI tme tmeCool
Cook Cool would not confirm conf the report reportthat reportthat
that tht he had hd recently reeDtly received reived a I rpr letter letterfrom letterfrom lotterfrom
from his hi brother dated dte at Christlansand ChristlansandNorway ChrleUan ChrlstiansandNorway d dNoray
Norway Ho said ald that tt he did not care careto cre creto careto
to say ay where whe his hi brother brber was wasHerbert wal wasHerbert
Herbert He rbrt L Brldgman Brldgn the secretary etar of 0 0the othe
the Peary Pf Arctic Ari Club said saidI aid aidI
I Iain am glad 11 that it was the Danes Detbem DetbemIYe them themselves themselves ¬
selves IYe who settled et the controversy cotrover once onceand onoea oncend
and a nd for all They TIY were the th moat mOt prej prejudiced prJudloed projudioed ¬
udiced In Cooks favor and ad their decision decisiontherefore delfiion delfiiontherore decisiontherefore
therefore therore bears n all al the th more weight I Ithink Jthink Ithink
think that their thlr decision delalon will wi be accepted acceptedby acepte
by incident incidentA incldlnt tho th world as a definitely defniely closing olDlne the theincident theincldlnt thehnoldent
A close clO friend fried and confidant oonfdDt of or Com Commander Cm Cmmnder Cornmander ¬
mander mnder Peary who live ly in this thl city ciy said naldyesterday Mtdyty saidyesterday
yesterday yty that tht the findings fga of the Uni University Unlnnity Univarsity ¬
varsity of Copenhagen would probably probablyobviate probablyobviate
Cophagen pbbly pbblyobvlt
obviate obvlt the t possibility plbltr of the publication publicationby pUblcto
by Peary of additional adtonal proof that tht he had hadagainst hd hdaplD hadagainst
against aplD Cook Ck This proof prf p which whih was wasas w wu warnLI
as convincing a ae that tbtln hi his hi published publishedstatement pbllhed pbllhedetatemet publishedstatement
statement etatemet of two months mot ago but 1u which whichhad whih whihhd whichbid
had hd been b withheld withhld temporarily temporriy for good goodreason gooc goocreason
reason n would have been b set It forth fob I In laose Inc Incase
case c Cooks CookIO case 1 had not fallen falen of its It own1 own1weight 00woightthO
weight woightthO the friend rrled said Ho did not nob be 1 ¬
welgttb
lieve leve that th under the present prlt circumstances circumstancesPeary ctrumeno
Peary ever would reveal revel the nature nallre of this thisadditional thl thIsadditional
additional addIUonaljrf addIUonaljrfCe 1er proofCharles proof proofCharles
Charles Ce Wake Wak the close 010 friend of f Cook Cookgave CkKaye Cookgave
gave out ot this t statement lttmnt at hi his home hom 10 lI l lEast
East Et Sixtieth Sxtiet street att last 11 night nightThe nlahtTbe nightThe
The verdict vnlot of Conenharen Cnnhann Is I a disap disappointment dlep disappoinhmnent ¬
pointment plntent of course cre but It has not altered alteredtor alerd alerdm
tor m conviction cDYctln tbat Dr Cook Ck either reached reachedtho rache
Itbe the pole ple or honestly honest believed ble he had reached reachedit racbm
it The T dsolslon dlllon Is I not that he did dl not reach reachthe rtechtbe reachthe
the polo ple but that tt he has h ha failed fale to r prove provetbat prve prvetba provethat
that tba he lx did Ills 11 111 orIginal orelna records rera were wee in inmr IDmy inmay
mr possession Pn for some 1m time tmebut tlmebut but I did not notattempt notattempt notattempt
attempt to t read rd them They Tey were wr written writtenwith writen writenwIt writtenwith
with wIt the aid of a macnlfjrlnc Ila glass on ac account accunt account ¬
count cunt of the scarcity rU of paper papr end 01 could coull not notbe J0t J0tb notbe
be b read r without thot one oneIt ODeIt on onIt
It was only oDI after afl Mr 11 Lonsdale Jnlele sailed for forCopenhagen forCpnheD forCopenhagen
Copenhagen CpnheD with tb the thl data which whle was a sub submitted submuted ub ubmlte ¬
mlte muted to th the scientist ellUst that tht I read the thotypewritten th thtywlten thetyp
typewritten typ wrKten reproduction pructon of the th rerosds rerosdssuch recodsuch
tywlten
such eob as Is I now In their tbeirhknds hand hlndll I could oud It then thensse ten thensee
see that U i was W open opn to r technical tfhnlcal and eden scientific I edentiffe D Dtdc ¬
tific tdc objection obJetoD for the te reason rln that Ir II give giveonlr ca gavbonly
only 011 the results rflt of observations rather rther than thanthe thaatbe thanthe
the observations obratloD themselves temsey It It I Imply Implya Impla
a straight atrbt running story of his bil hi trip such as asmight asmlcbt asmight
might satisfy uer tbs th lay la mind mindTherefore mindTberfore mindTherefore
Therefore Tberfore the t decision deilion of the sclentliU sclentliUthat Ilentet Ilentetth
that th bis h hi proofs prfe are ar Insufficient Inlumcllnt to clinch clnch his hisclslra hi hiealm hisclaim
claim ealm does do Dot greatly IrU surprise urprl me
There Ther Is I a pronounced streak Ilreak of Benlun leDlul
pronounc
la Dr Cook Cok which make rak him headstrong headstrongand hedstro hedstroand
and siip apelnIIe aupereansitic ren ltivs perhaps prhllJ He worried worriedgreatly wor worriedgreatly
arety greatly over the accusations acuUon made m8dl agalont eea at
him and Ind during durlnl nil IU of the time lme that be wan wanpreparing WI waspreparIng
preparing pre peine the records for Copenhagen CpreceD
Its h was possessed p reor of the tb Idea that he wait
being blne houndsd boun < u by detective detlvea and even
that t ba t hla hi life lit was e In danger dangerSo dancerScret
So Scret great was 8 this tbl fear fer that he went away
without wlto t even letting his wife I know when
he h was going COIDI or where Subsequently 8u uenUy
he let us u know where be was but pledged pledgedus
Ileae
us u to secrecy ss to hit hi movements
art
I am able to say however that lie has ha
for some time been in Europ turope uropo andin an an4 t Ins Inssitlon po position D ¬
sition to furnish hl hie < original l rAwfo rR r0rt to
Copenhagen Copenballn University UnlveI and I am greatly greatlysurprised are greatlysurprised iQ ty
surprised nrJrlM that tt h be has ba not done so particu part icu ¬
Ilerl larly lath as I strongly troDal urged him hll to do 0 prlcu prlcuIlerl so soALDEKMA 1 1AlDERVAN eoALDERMAN
ALDERMAN AlDERVAN WANT KKY I ItACK ItACKAlso IUCJ IUCJa 1f4Ck41stbe
Also 41stbe a tne te Freedom JMom Presented PrmtC to Cook Cookbat Cookb Cookbut
bat b Will W He Ever EViI Get It ItAlderman I itAlderman
Alderman AldanSho Sohloss wants wnt Dr Cook to togiv todY togv
giv dY back b the key k to the city gate gaw which whlohgiven wboh wbohIye whichwarn
warn given Iye to him hi la I an a impulsive moment momentby m ment mentb mentby
by b the board br when without waiting witng for forother toroC forother
other oC proof pf than tha Dr Cooks Coke word tho thoAldermen thoAdee theAldermen
Aldermen Adee officially otcy decided deided that tht he bad hadfound badround badfound
found the th pole Rle That Tht was a great grtday grtdaytbeAdee day daythe daythe
the tbeAdee Aldermen had hd in the City Cty Hall Ual when whenthe whenthek whenthe
the thek key lying lyng in velvet vlve in an elaborate elaborateebony elaborte elaborteeny elaborateebony
ebony eny and gilt box b was wa handed hnded to Dr DrCook DrCktoche DrCook
Cook Cktoche together with an ornately ortely engrossed engrossedset
eng
set of resolutions rolutonl About a hundred hundredmounted hundredmount hundredmounted
mounted mount and a foot patrolmen kept the thepark theprk thepark
park prk clear cler of the crowds crowd which gathered gatheredto gather gatheredtocbeer
to tober tocbeer cheer Dr Cook and In the Aldermens Aldermenschamber AldermenlICb Aldermenschamber
Cb chamber there the were so e many manYnewpper manYnewpperphotocpho newspaper newspaperphotographer newspaperphotographers
photographer photocpho ranged rged along the wall wallthat wal wallthat
that their the flashlights Ught set lIe fire to the big bigpainting bigntn bigpainting
painting ntn of Washington Waington In a speech speechbe lph lphhe speechhemade
be hemade made me to t the Aldermen Dr Cook Ckald Ckaldtt said saidthat saidthat
that tt he would be b able to prove positively positivelythat pitvly pitvlythat
that he had h found the pole and andthatthe andthattheAldeen that the theAldermen theAldermen
Aldermen Aldeen would never have anjr an reason reasonto rn rnto reasonto
to regret handing hang over that tat key keyAt ke keyitt
At rg yesterday eteya meeting meetng pf f the board boardAlderman bord bordAldean boardAidennan
Alderman Aldean Sohloe 8hlo presented prMont this resolu resolution rlu rluton reoiution ¬
tion
tionRmhtd ton
Rmhtd That this tll action acton by the board boardwssprsmnture bMrdWI beardwaaprimeture
wssprsmnture wssprsmntureRtiohtd WI waaprimetureRgsotied pr mtur
Rtiohtd Rol dTt That this board b0rd does doe here and andnow andDOW andnow
now rescind rlld its It it action In granting alnUn the thelr free freedom lreedom ¬
dom do of the city olt to Dr Frederick Frderick A Cook Cookand Cool Cookand
and demand back the key ke thereof thereofBefore therofBfor throfBefore
Before Bfor the clerk cerk got through reading readingthe reaing reaingte
the resolution rluton Alderman Aldenna DolIng Do lngJumped lngJumpedtoa jumped jumpedto
te to toa his hi feet ret and ad remarking remarkin that tUherolu tUherolutlon the resolu resolution resolul ¬
tion was wa out of place plo moved move that tat It be belaid b be1
laid lid on the table tble A A As no objection obJectol was wasmode WIUImae wasmade
mode to this suggestion auggeton even by Alder Alderman Alderm Aldermiii ¬
mae man m Schloss 8hlo who w o is understood Unaerat to have haveintroduced haveIntruc haveintroduced
introduced Intruc the resolution rolutonlt at the request requestof teuest teuestof requestofa
of ofa n newspaper the motion was wa tabled tabledwithout ta tabledwithout le
without wthout nowlppr debate debateAfter deb debateAfter
After Ater the meeting metng Alderman AldernWallh AldernWallhthe Walsh Walshthe Walshthe
I the orator ortor of the board bwho who mode the thespeech thelph thespeech
speech lph presenting feetlng the freedom rrom mao of the thecity thO the1 the1city
city ctyto to Dr Cook and ad who was wa as photographed pho photo photographed ¬
graphed ghed standing lltn hand had In hand h with withthe wth wthe withthe
the e doctor dor in front frt of the president presidenthair pridentll pridentller presidetahaIr
hair said Id It seems le that tht Cook Ck la a 1 abiggerman
er bigger hlum biggerman man than t he was a when we made madeuch madeouch
ouch iuc a fu r fuss of him that tht day He lies added addedtwo ad addedtwo mae maeiuc
two letter let to t hi hll his name ne sine alne then the He Heto Heaid
J aid d to b be Cook C t BO BOW ha h U a oodced O ooIce4 ooIce4t t
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S PIANOLA PlANOLAPiano r Piano This Christmas ChristmasYOU Chrstas Chrstasr ChristmasOU
OU would W wouhLmake < > I crake make this year cnrbe begin n u new era in that th8tme th8tmeone some someones someones ¬
y YOU one ones s life The PIANOLA PIno Piano makes lZaesamuczan a musician qf qfevery fI fevery
I every ever1 owner o zer The greatest reatestmusician reatcst musician alive uIve cannot have havemore hav havemore q
more than si a a perfect perct technique e hnique he cannot domore do more than play playwith ply plywith playwith
with the composers omrosers own interpretation ii int rpretaton rpietation In both these thee things thingsthe thing
the PIANOLA PIANO 1 Piano owner rivajs nvls even the best bst pianists
A ceebrated celebrated critic crili r and andauthor andulhor andauthor
author says he hewoull would rather ratherhenra ratherher ratherhear
hear her a good goprfor performer r on o the thePIANOLA theJIANOLA thePIANOLA
PIANOLA than any but but1 but1Iano a apiano aisflO
piano Iano virtuoso viruoo of the th first firstrank frt frtrlk firstrank
rank rlk This Tis is because beuse the thePIANOLA theIANOLA theANOLA
PIANOLA and PIANOLA PIANOLAPiano PIANOLAPiano PIANOLAPiano
Piano arc so splendidly spleddly con constructed cn cnJtrted conMructed
structed Jtrted and possess pses such suchremarkable luchrmarble suchremarkable
remarkable rmarble features featre that thatPIANOLA thatPIANOLA thatPIANOLA
PIANOLA playing is like likethe lke lkethe hikethe
the playing plarigbfa of f a great tar artist artistThe itjlstThe t tTe
The Te MEOTLis McTRosrvtr is one of ofthese ofthee ofthese
these thee features fature It I t enables enablesanyone enablesanyonet enablesanyonetlnterpret
anyone anyonet anyonetlnterpret tcf interpret interret the mu music music music ¬
sic played plye with wih true musi musician muslcianly musicianly ¬
cian cianly ly feeling feeUnrt feehIngto to follow folow Jf Jfdesired If IfI ifdesired5
I desired deire the authoritative autorittve in interpretation 1 Interpretatlon ¬
terpretation terretton of ofte the composer composeror cmper cmperI composeroiome
I or orse oiome some wellknown welknow exponent expe
uN Important p ortant Er EP 7PIANOUPiw O jww tLe wa rslPIANOU rJ PIANOLA IO pkhiljr lu 1B eg ak i ii Tlkfc Tlkfcc Ti TL 1
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THE rir AEOLIAN Ar1UATDAuflAw 4 i COMPANY O lU SSSS AOUA AEOUAN H HALL 3 32FiftLAye Fit AT
1 J j TH m I Bra AO JtLULgU31 L tUIUL M l1 kill I Ne3 Near 34tL < iS Street b i 1E 1EW YO YORK YORKJ
Honestly Hoesty I am a Inclined tcle to ti t doubt If I either eitherof
of em reached the te pole polePresident ple polePresident j jPrldentlcw
President Prldentlcw rce McGowan said Illl d To The Alder Aldermen Alr Alrmen Aldermen ¬
men did dd no more honor to Dr Cook Ck than thandid tn thaidid
did dd the scientists cenUlta of Copenhagen did for fordim forhim forhim
him when he went Copgen to t them lenl yltli Ith the thoassertion th88erion theassertion
assertion 8erion that th ho had discovered draCverthe draCverthepole the thepole thepole
pole If I it should be b proveA that Dr DrCook DrCook DrCook
Cook had deceived deYe himself or had h da daoelved deolved dooeived
oelved olved others other I should feel very vel sorry
eor
but nothing was to be b gained gned by passing passingany plng plngaT passingany
any such resolution rlution us was presented prente at attodays atto attodays
todays to Y1 meeting meting of the board brd Wecoul We Weooukl Wecould
could coul not take back bck the freedom rrom of the theoity the theoIty thecity
oity If I we wanted wated to because ue it Is II sup supposed IUppe supposed ¬
posed to endure for twentyfour hours hoursonly hour hoursonly
pe only onl onl110l only1IOFFV4N
0AW4V 110l UOVHK lOli no BQVJ CASK CASKNew csi CASENew
New Ne More Ml In Inile the Long Ion HtoUceIitsrj HtoUceIitsrjHeld ItkI ItkIRetd
Held Uttffatlon UttffatlonHupremo UUpUonSuprmo UttgationSupreme
Supreme Suprmo Court Curt Justice JUltc Seabury Sbur denied deniedyesterday deniedyeterday deniedyesterday
motion Elizur V Foote Footeexecutor Footeexecutor
yesterday yeterday a moton by Elzr Fote Fotees
executor es cutor of the estate e 1te of Edward Eward S Stoke Stko 8tokoto 1 1to ft
to t continue contnuo an Injunction Ijuncton retraining feetrainungWilliam retrainingWilliam etrinlnc etrinlncWilm
William Wilm C Reid Rid from selling slng 125 Ibonds Ibondsortle bonds bondsof
of ortle the Hoffman HolmAn House Houa company These Thesebonds The Thesebond
bonds hare hve been be1 the th cause cU compr of litigation litigationcovering litgaton litgatoncvoring litigationcovoring
covering cvoring seventeen aventnJeara years and the te plain plaintiff plaintlr plaintiff ¬
tiff tlr alleged aleg that tat Hold ol bought bugh them tem to put putan pu pua putan
an a end to the trouble troubleW
W E D 1 Stokes 8tke got it a judgment for torICCII
141401 ICCII 441 against Ed E Stokes Stk8 on four notes notesIn
In 183 alalnt Tha ro latter ltwr paid him 160000 0 and andgave andgve andgave
gave him the t6 125 l bonds bni pd as security erlt for for the theother theother theother
gve other S14401 11CII When the Hoffman 10tmanUoU House Housewas housewas
was W8 sold ld in foreclosure rorlour proceedings prlngl In inlSU4
1884 18 and bought in by the late James Jame D DLoary DLr DLoamy
< Loamy Lr the courts court held that tlat the t purchaser purchasershould purcr purcrIhould purchasershould
should pay Ed Stokes 8tk8 30353 3 for his hil 125 125bonds 1 1bonda lZtbonds
bonds which whic py had a I taco fac value of 1000 1000each 1000each 0
i each Both Bt Mr 1 Lr Lear Loary and Mr Stokes Stokesdied Stoke Stokesdied
died years ye ago IgO but the Leary Lry estate ette is isstill I Iatl isstill
still atl contesting cttng the payment pymentof of the 30333 30333Mr 3Q33Mr s sIr
Mr Ir Reid Rid recently rntl paid W E D 1 qtokes qtokesthe ttokesthe tok tokthe
the deficiency defolenc judgment of IHCII 14401 and andgot andgot andgot
got the bonds bnd and advertised adverts them for forsale rorsle forsale
sale sle on November Nqvmber IB last lat The To Ed E Stokes Stokesexecutor Btkes Btkeseetor Stokesexecutor
executor eetor immediately Immetely brought suit Iut to t re recover r rcover ¬
cover the bonds bond and has b held up the te safe safeby eafeby sareby
by a preliminary prlminar injunction Inuncton He says saysthat asyssthat
that tat the te Stokes Btko estate et will wU get over ovr overout 14000U 14000Uout c 8Y
out of the Leary Lr estate etate some day If I it itdoesnt I Itdoesnt
doesnt dot lose Joo the bonds and will wl accord accordingly accordIngly ¬
ingly bo b ahead aead 120 25000 after attr paying aor the de deficiency de dofioienoy ¬
ficiency fclencto to W E ED it D Stokes HtokosVI Rtko RtkoDISAOIIEE StokesIISAcJ1lE
VI DISAOIIEE SAG HE E OX 0 SI1IK slm DOOR > CAn CAItSNredcd CAnNtet CAnSNeeded
Needed Ntet All Al the Time Tme S PealbUt Sa > s Public l Service SwUrnnoaril lenlef ServiceHoardNot
noaril HoardNot Not No H Nays Ilccllfy IlccllfyThe ledly ledlyThe iiedleyThe
The Publlo Pblo Service Srvic Commission Commlllon recently recentlycalled rcntly rcntlyciled recentlycalled
called ciled upon upn the Intorborough Jntrbrougt Company Companyto Compny Compnyto
to show cause cuse why an order should IIhold not notbe notb
be 0 b issued for tho ho equipment eulpmont of local lol lolwl as aswell aswell
well wl as a express expre trains tlnll with side Id door doorcars dooroars dooroars
oars and ad why those tbo cars cr should not no be berun bern berun
run rn throughout toughout the twentyfour t wenty four hours hoursof hour
of the day instead Inst of during duringthe the rush rushhoursv rushhours
I hoursv hours At a public publo hearing yesterday yestry n
Frank Fk Hedley Heley the general manager m of ofthe orthe ofthe
gr
the company insisted Iret that there the was no noneed none noneed
need hours hoursIt ne compy for side Ildo doors door during duric the nonrush nonrushhours nonmahboura nonrushhours
It is true he said sid that tht the side sidedoors aidedoor sidedoors
doors door prvent prevent a good go deal del of uncom uncomfortable uncomorblo uncomfortablo ¬
fortable crowding in the
orblo busy buayhour hours hoursand re reand
and ad that tt by means men of these th cars cn we e con consave o cansave
save Bveabut about twenty seconds ondll time at such suchheavy 8uc siacirheavy
heavy hov traffic stations tlon i as tho Grand Ornd Cen Central Centrl Contriii ¬
tral trl But during the the middle of the te day dy
there is I no need ne for such extreme expedi expedition expedition ¬
tion and there la more danger in expi expition operat operating operatIng ¬
ing the side door cars crs I have oprt oprtIng always alwayssaid alwaYIald aiwayesaid
said ald that there thor would bo b moro mor accidents accidentswith aOdent accidcntwith
with the side ade door thin the te end door doorcars dor dorars doorcare
cars ars and ad there ar arMr are areMr I IMr
Mr Hedley Heleyadd added that tht the company companywas
I was tI11 trying to tocr tocarry carry out the order order of the thecommission te tecmmlonror thecommission Y
commission cmmlonror for theequipment te the equipment of the theexpress the thoexpress
express eJpr cars cr with aide Ildo dl doom and then thenwent tb
l
I went onto to state his
on stte hlareMon reason why the thesystem th thIYllltem thesystem
system was not nt needed need on the Ideal Idl trains trainsThe tn trainsThe
The hearing qrlng was ladJoumed adjourned until un IFrid IFridlramaII11 Friday FridayHlranishli FridaySteaniship
Hlranishli lramaII11 Am American mfrc frit an n Aground A While WhileTho WhUTe 1hlleThe
The Te American Americ Hawaiian JI Walnh Line Lne freight freightsteamship rrlahttmahlp freighteteamship
steamship tmahlp American Amercn whlchrarrlvd which hlcharlt arilvI bui buinight It Itnlht iaitnight
night nlht from Puerto Per Mexico Mxlogund grounded off offBrigantino alTBrigantine
Brigantine Bgtin Shoals 8h down dow the tie Jersey Jerl ooriet oorietin oo e t tin
in themoralng tonl The alpwok ship worked borMll borMllInto h C iislf iislfinto
Into Int deep water waBpr and proceeded1 proceeded1aot SI 8h 8haottkinaisd ht
aot aottkinaisd J l f iA J i
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of ofhIsworks his works ors No Other hb tb r Piano Pianoplayer Pianoplayer Pianoplayer
player in the worM wor has ha the theMETHosTYLt theMfoSL theMicriiosryLk
METHosTYLt MfoSL or anything t tlig thai thailakel tlat tlatiad thatlaid
laid iad ttsplacf p eYetnany e Yet many great preatmusicians gret gretmusldas
5 musicians musldas such as Hofmann fiofmannRosen HofmannRseth HofmannRosenthal
Rosen Rseth Rosenthal tha l Moszkowski 1loukowski 1loukowskilec Moszkowski1Leschetixky MoszkowskiLcschctizky
Lcschctizky lec Uzky teacher teher of ofPd ofPderwlk Pad Paderewski Padereweki
erewski erwlk etc et have haveltted stated thnt thntthe thntthe thatthe
the MCTROSTVLE lEROSTJ is absolutely absolutelyessential abolutely abolutelyeseU absolutelyessential
eseU essential l o a Pianoplayer PianoplayerThe PianoplayerThe
The THXMODIVT Tt nt DI T is another anotherexclusive anotherexclusive notherecusive
exclusive ecusive feature fetur of the thePIANOLA thePIAlQL theP1AIOLA
PIANOLA PIAlQL and PIANOLA PIANOLAPiano NANOLAPino PIANOLAPiario
Piano Pino In every evercOpoiton evercOpoitonthere composition compositionthere
there are certain ceralnrotf notes thnt thntshould thntlluld thatshould
should lluld sound sunl above ave the th rest restThe ret retThe restThe
The THEMPDIST nFKPDS accents accent these thesenotes thee theenote thesenOteswhrreterthey
notes note nOteswhrreterthey tvhertter f1 they I1q may lie liethat licthat e
that is i the accompaniment accompanimentwhether accmpniet accmpnietwhehe accompanimentwhether
whether whehe it be in the deepest deeet
FIItK FBF COSTS THREE LIVES LIVESRapid LIVESRapid 1 1RRpld
Rapid Spread Sprad of Flarar Flame Fissarsin In A Brooklyn BrooklynCabinet Brook BrooklyflCakinet
Cabinet Factory FactoryThree Fctor FactoryThree
Three Tr men menlolt lost their toir lives lves yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon ester
afternoon in a fire which whIchgutted
artrnQn fr whchgutt vgutted a part partof pr
of the cabinetmaking cbineking plant plt of fwar Edward EdwardD EdwardDJordan
DJonn DJordan D Jordan Co C at 13 Tiffany place placeBrooklyn pl placeBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brkn The Thefme Tho1ames flame which whioharbUeve whiohamo are believed believedto
to hnvebecn haobnetar havrbeenrntartod started from rrmI a match mtc flung fiungInto flungInto
into a Tarnish vamsh pot swept through thrgh the thefinishing thefhin thefinishing
finishing fhin building buid of the Jordan orn works so sorapidly eorapidly sorapidly
rapidly that although athogh the thelIlxty sixty workmen workmenemployed wrken wrkenemplyed workmenemployed
employed emplyed in the place plo were wer preparing preparingto preprng preprngto
to leave leve at the te time tmeth they y had hd barely brely time timeto
to escape ep Those OI whose wbO bodies bie were werefound wre wrefound werefound
found after arer the fire fr was 1 put out are sup supposed IUp IUpPllle supposed ¬
posed Pllle to t have been b overcome overme by smoke smokeWork amokeWork smokeWork
Work in the finishing fnlslng building buiding buidingoVe was wasoVer wasOOf
oVer oVe OOf at 625 1 and ada andat at that thttlme thattime time tho electric electriclights elearlo elearloIghl electriclights
lights Ighl were extinguished leaving levng the themen theme themen
men me to find tnd their their coats Ct and hats ht and andmake andmak andmake
make mak their way out by lamplight lamplgh The Theworkmen Theworkmen Theworkmen
workmen workmen believethat bllove that in lighting lghtng the thelamp thelampa thelamps
lamp a match mth was w dropped dropp In a varnish varnishpot varnlahpot varnishpot
pot pot Many of the workmen when Whe sur surprised eurprl aurprisod ¬
prised prl by tho quick spreading eprdlngfme eprdlngfmemade flames flamesmade flamesmade
made their teir way to the third floor foor of the thefinishing thofnlehlng thefinishing
fnlehlng finishing building buiding bulldIngand and over an enclosed enclosedbridge enclpedbridge enclpsedbridge
bridge to the third thtd floor foor of the main mainbuilding mainbuldlnl mainbuilding
building buldlnl which Is separated Bprt from the theother theother thether
other by an alley alleyBy nloy nloyBy alloyBy
By the time the alarm had hd been ben sent snt sentin sentinthe in inthe Inthe
the fire fre was showing at all al of the windows windowsand vindowsand lndoW
and second Ind and third thln alarms alannl were wer sent snt in inn InIn Inin
In n quick succession lIu ion to t call cl a large force forceto roro
to keep keeptho the flames fO from frm spreading to the thamain themain themain
main building buldln and to a paint pint and ink inkfactory Inkracrt Inkfactory
racrt factory at SS and 40 4 Tiffany TIay place plac Deputy
Chief Laity L11 Lali took tookcharge charge chg The Te Thehigh high pressure pressuresystem prure pruresyte pressuresystem
system syte which ha b been bJnstale installed in South SouthBrooklyn 8ut 8utBroklyn SouthBrooklyn
Brooklyn enabled ebled the firemen frem to t make mko a asuccessful alIucrulltant asuccessful
successful lIucrulltant stand against againt the flames ame and andto andto andto
to ing confine the fire 11 to tho finishing finihing build building buid buiding buildtog ¬
ingWhen
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