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4 pe Jdfndant ftndanti lawyer Spring Dagger DauerChiD on onChin onChin
Chin Lea and Ask mm In If He Dfetnt DtdBtIU DldntIIu DfetntKill
Kill IU the MJstlon Girl Utraielf mmelfN mmelfNYafl HtmustNokIa1I Nok NokCUB
Yafl CUB CblaWa C Ills Bnglteh Leaves Him HimChlo 111wChLn HimChtn
Chtn Lin the missionary boy all sleek sleekami aleekIndweetJy sleekni
ami IndweetJy ni sweetly groomed from the but nicely nicelylaid nicelyII
laid iR II Id hair on hi his queueles head to the thenethermost thenethermost thenetbernoet
nethermost hem of his raincoat lost face facefor faoefor facefor
for just a fraction f tion of a seoond yesterday yesterdayafternoon YtlSterdayataroOOD yestordyafternoon
afternoon when the th big roaring lawyer lawyerwho lawyerwho awye awyeicho
who la I defending Lau Tang and Lyr LyrShang Lyrbong LJTSbong
bong on trial for murder leanedxiway leanedxiwayovw
over the edge of a desk with a thin rusty rustydagger roatydagger rustydagger
dagger in his bl outstretched hand and Mid Midin
in a little voice voiceUnt voloetant voicetn
Unt tn t it a fact Chin Lin that on the th thnlht thentght thonight
night of August 14 you went to the room roomof roomoC roomof
of Bow Kum and with this knife you yourubbed youtAbbed youitRbbed
rubbed her until unt she dropped drop t9 the thefloor thetloor thehoar
floor dead deadChin deadCWn deadChin
Chin Lin lost face for just the fraction fractionoT
oT r a I second because e be was a witnem wltn he hewAs hes heWh5
wAs s not accused of crime He was there therein
in the Criminal Branch of tho Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court to do what he h could toward sending sendingthe
the two Laus Four Brothers men to that thatunusual tbatunusual thatunusual
unusual settee wherein wl ereln Americans trap trapmen trapmen trapmen
men and andkill Jclll Lm them with unseen fire fireIn fireIn fireIn
In China ChiI a a witness tells all he knows knowsnd knowand knowsand
and nd all he can think of besides unless the thefamily theCamlly thefamily
family of the accused come to him with withplrnty withplenty WIthplenty
plenty of squeeze and purchase his lips lipsHere llpltere lip lipHere
Here ere was Chin Lin the missionary boy boyen
en > n a witness wltnfllllstand stand and andtening telling all he knew knawabout knewabout knewabout
about how Bow Kum his beloved belovedOflme belovedOflmeto came cameto
to her death when suddenly the man who wholud whohad whohd
had been roaring dropped his voice to tothat toth1t tothat
that little whisper and said Did you youdoit youdo youdo
doit doitChin do It ItChin itChin
Chin IAn batted bis eyed eyl fast for the therpace thepace theppace
pace of two breaths while whlleOuy Quy Main l1ln tho thocourt thocourt thucourt
court interpreter was hurrying over overtile a aKtile ailIo
tile of guttural interpretation Then Th n ho hoswallowed hoJwallowed hojwal1owed
swallowed once and said something that thatsounded tbatlioUnded thatsokinded
sounded like Nok NokHe Nok8e5aYs NokUeays
He 8e5aYs says So repeated Guy Main MainChin MainChin MainChin
Chin LID came into court oo rt after Leo LeoShong LeoSbong LeeShong
Shong Kong the president of the On OnI OnlAong Onleong
I lAong pong Tong had ironed out tho last lastcrease luItcreaae lestcreaee
crease in hla hi fat face by a half hoar hoarftoierciso hoarurC houriiezerciso
oierciso urC se of bland passivity under ques questioning questioning questioning ¬
tioning When Chin Lin walked back backof
of the jury box to take his hI place in front frontof
of the swearing Bible it was waswlth aewlth with just a aperceptible aperceptible aperceptible
perceptible swagger Ho wan drawee dlOlledIn
in In American clothes they were tasty tastyclothes t8tyclothes tastyclothee
clothes and neat fitting at that His thin thinrather thinrather thinrather
rather dignified face was as blank as the theIront theIront theIront
Iront of a new snowdrift snowdriftHe
He settled himself In Iff ir the witness stand standnnd standRnd standand
and a alrpwed Ip wed his eyes to wander down downto downtOWArd downtoward
to tOWArd warn tho two Laus Chinamen both in inappearance InappeaIllnce inappearance
appearance and deportment who were werehitting werettting wereittIng
hitting under the guard of a court officer officernext omcernext omccriieit
next to old Chung Chun Ham Lock tho head hoodman headmau headman
man of the theFour Four Brothers from San Fran Francisco Francioeo Franciso ¬
cisco The two prisoners met his glance glancennd glanceand
nnd returned it in 1i kind there waa not a aHush alIWh athish
Hush under the short hairs harson on their necks necksnot necknot necksnot
not a twitching of tho eyebrows eyebrowsTerence eyebrowsTerence eyebrowsTerence
Terence McManus the lawyer who is isdefending IsdeCelldlng isdefending
defending the two Laus wanted wan the court courtto
to know that Chin Lin was reputed to bo bomi 00au hean
mi English scholar having been n born in inban InBan inSan
ban Francisco and having spent some ol olthe of ofthe ofthe
the years of his youth in the publio publioschools publio8Cbools pubitoschools
schools out there There was no need for foran Coran foran
an interpreter the lawyer insisted hUll ted Chin ChinLin ChinS
I Lin raised r l 6d his eyebrows in surprise He Hodid Hedid Hedid
did know a little English he said and he hewas hewas howaa
was able to write the alphabet but aa a to tounderstanding tounderstanding totmderstnding
understanding English well ho could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not notAssistant Assistant District Attorney Moss tried triedLin triedLln triedUn
Lin out with a few questions qu tlona he stumbled stumbledand
and halted Justice Golf ruled that Guy
Main should resume interpreting There Thereafter Therearter Thereafter
after the missionary ml 8lonary boy had a minute minuteand minuteIlld minuteand
and more to take his breath after ques questions qUeftt quesbone ¬
bone t ana were put putto to him before Guy Main Mainhad Mainhad Mainhad
had camelbaoked every consonant oon onant known knownto
to the Middle Kingdom KingdomUnder1 KingdomUnder KingdomUnder
Under direct examination Chin Lin Linprogressed Llnprogre Unprogressed
progressed progre scd smoothly He told of how howhe howhe
he Had met Bow Kum when she was the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property of Lau He Dong in Washington Washingtonalley
alley San Francisco how subsequently subsequentlythe
the round faced girl had been taken out outof outof outof
of the hands of her master by Miss CaIn Cameron CaInran Caineron ¬
eron the missionary woman and kept keptat
at the Presbyterian mission lie married marriedBow marriedBow marriedBow
Bow Kum in the mission said Chin Lin Lincame LIncame Uncame
came on to New York in the first month monthof
of the Chinese calendar last year and andcent andcnt andient
cent his wife money to follow him here herein
in March They lived together at 1 1Molt 17 17Iatt i7Mott
Molt street streetThree streetThree streetThree
Three weeks prior to the time when whenhe I Ihe
he had found Bow Kum lying on the floor floorof i iof
of her room stabbed to death he had hadb hadho hadbecn
b becn > en visited by Lau Tang and LauBhong LauBhongthe Lau Shong Shongt
the t he two who sat at there on trial for murder murderHtid murderand murdersnd
and they told him that because e he had hadstolen hadtolen hadtoIen
stolen the girl from a Four Brothers Brothersman Brothersmin Brothersmad
man out in San Francisco he and the girl glrmust girlmust girlmut
must pay this man 3000 or both of them themwoukfbo themwOllld themwould
woukfbo wOllld be killed killedI
I told those man thaM had taken Bow BowKum BowKllm flowhum
hum from the mission and had not robbed robbecany robbedany robbedany
any man I would not have to pay any anjrmoney anymoney an anmonoy
money said the missionary boy through throughthe througih
the th ready tongue of Guy Main MainAfter MainAfter IalnAfter
After that Chin Lin told how he had harloft hadIft hadkft
loft Bow Kum on the night of August AugustU
14 to vbiit friends at 22 Mott street and andhow andhaw andhow
how when he returned at 2 oclock in ini iniho
i he h morning he found Bow Kum lying lyingilracl
dead Ho finished finl bed his direct examina examination ¬
tion all composure composureThen compOdureThen comportreThen
Then McManus took hold of him Mc McManus McIanlls McManna ¬
Manus fired questions faster than Ouy
Main could translate them as if he be bell 00lieed believed ¬
ll lieed ed that Chin Lin knew their Import Importl Importbefore
l before lof > Con the translation was done doneWhen doneWhen doneWhen
When you were arrested following the themurder themurder themurder
murder and were taken to the police eta station lltat etafton ¬
tion t tJn didnt you answer all questions put putto
to tf you by the police in English McManus McManusK McManuiswanted I Ianted
anted K to know Chin Lin replied that thatho thathe I
ho did but that was W 8 only because there therewas thereaII therewas
was aII no interpreter there he would have havemuch havemuch havemuch
much rather had t an interpreter IU1lnterpreteStrnlghtwlY IntorpreteVhtrnlghtwny interpreterHtralghtway
htrnlghtwny this big bawling man manwuitod manwanted manwanted
wanted to know what kind of a 1 ceremony ceremonytvut
tvut w I performed in the San Francisco Franciscomission FranciscomiMlon Franciscointaalon
mission when Chin Lin married Bow Kum Kumfhe Kumi
fhe i 1 he missionary boy bo mid he explained to toMiss toIlNl toMiss
Miss Cameron that he had a wife in in China Chinauid Chinaand Chinaand
and she Bald he could not be married by bymerican b bmerlcan byAmerican
American custom Chinese custom cu tom would woulddo
do So they were married in Chinese Chineseffiwhlon ChinesefAAhltm Chinese1xhIon
ffiwhlon ffiwhlonYou fAAhltmYou 1xhIonYou
You knew that according to American Americanl
l law < w you oould not have two wives and andhit andI
< hat Is the reason you were married in inChinese InChlDtfte inChinese
Chinese custom cuatOffII
1 followed Chine e custom because becauseMum becauseMaJ4 use
Mum 1111 > 4 Cameron told me that would bo best bestI bestIrred bestjtjrred
I nrred Chin Lin LinTho LinTho LinThe
Tho lawyer then wanted to know what whathe
he h did when he came to New York Chin ChinI ChinIm ChinLit
I Im in said IIa III that he came here to go into busl buslrPM bwllr bualrs
rPM r > W < but that he oould not find any em employment emrlnyrnrnt emriyment ¬
ployment Just at the time Bow Kum Kummet Kummet Kummet
met her and he was thinking of going back backto
to San Francisco Mot ct he sent on 1280 1280to S 280 280to 80 80to
to bring his hl Bow Kum back to New York YorkTho YorkTho YorkTho
Tho lawyer after learning that Chin Chinin Chinlin
1 lin in had not found any means of support supportput
put a rasping question que tlon to him concerning concerninghe
he Ih part his wife might have played as asT ILIIIrovldlr
T rovider for torple the family The insult in inth intb Inthi
th query did didnot not bother Chin Lin In the thel tbeIfMt theIetst
l IfMt Mt HB n smoothed down his necktie necktieroM
crr < roM rn > ed d his hands and said Nnk NnkHo Noktin ioklln
Ho Bays No chanted the faithful faithfuOuy faithfulfilly faithfulMain
filly lain MamThen MainThea lainThn
Then it was that the big lawyer acted actedin
in u I way no surprising to any selfrespect selfrespectnc lIelf selfrespectwitness rfll rfllnl
nc nl witness lie wonted to know if Chin ChuI ChinIn ChiaiLr1
I iLr1 in hadnt washed his hand after he hat hati badruI
i ruI in flown in the street and told another anotherhiruiman anotherhinmnnn anotheriTuLman
hiruiman to get a policeman for Bow BowHum BowI Bowhim
Hum I llm wan dead Chin C ln Lux thought a ftnimuto aminutl aminute
minute and then remembered that when he hehad hehvi hohul
had lif lifted led the hands of tho dead Bow ow Kum Kurafrom Kumfrnm Kumfrom
from her wounded aide he bad hadDidnt badDidnt badDidn
Didnt t you wash your hands Tell Telhim Tellhim Tellhim
him to answer y yesor yes or no noChin noChin noChin
Chin Lin had hadAnd badAnd hadAnd
And when they arrested you as a BUS BUSr suaand susrert
r rert rt and took you to the police station stationi statlan1nt
i int they look under your finger nail nailrui nallllrl
rui rl t iind Hometblng there therewiin thereAin thereAgain
Again wiin Ain Chin Ltn started carefully to ex exPlain explaiD oxplain
Plain that when he had lifted the banda haDdea bandet
a i L
jI j FifthAvenue fthA < 42k 42kqmn q qqmportin
importing qmn i Manufacturing ManufacturingWill
F4rr F4rrWill urr 1
Will Continue ContinueStock ContinueStock ContinueS ContinueStock
Stock Reduction Sale SaleGarments Salents SaleGarments
Garments nts Stoles Scarfs and Muffs Muffsat
at Most Attractive Prices Pricesi PricesThis
i I
This Th includes every variety and grade of fur furfashioned furp1 I
fashioned p1 in late la season 0 models modelsLarge modelsi modelsLarge
i I
Large Assortment of Scarfs and fln nd Muffs Muffsat
at onehalf former prices pricesranging pricesraJ1l pricesranging I
ranging raJ1l 1B from 10 to 535 535LJies 35 35Ladies 35Ladies I
Ladies and Mens Me s FarLined ltilrL ted Coats CoatsAuto COIitsAto CoatsANto
Auto Garments Far Robes RobesBRTWEEN
Didnt they theyfind find sotnothinglunder somothind under your yourTncer yourfinger
finger nails nailsChin nallsChin nailsChin
Chin bIn Bald that they had but ho had hadlifted hadlifted hadlifted
lifted tho blood stained hands of Bow BowKum BowKum flowKum
Kum from her wounded side aideAfter sideAlter sideAlter
Alter that the thin rusty dagger was wasexhibited wnsl wnsl811hlblted wasexhibited
exhibited The lawyer also laid upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the table six other daggers a Colt re revolver xevolvor ¬
volver and a magazine ma n7lne gun which were werefound wereround werefound
found In the rooms that Chin Ltn some Bometimet lIomftimes sometimea
times occupied at 22 Mott street He Hel Helwanted I Iwanted Iwnnted
wanted Lin to look them over and nee If Ifany ICany Ifany
any were his Lin identified as his ono onorevolver onorevolver onerevolver
revolver and one long bladed knife knifeAfter knlCeAfter knifeAfter
After the Assistant District Attorney
had taken Chin Lin in band BRain to topatch topatch topatch
patch up some of tho holes In his testi testimony testimony testimony ¬
mony he was allowed to depart He went wentdown wentdown wentdown
down iauntily nn before looking not at atall atall atall
all in the direction of the two Laus the theprisoners theprl80nOIB theprisoners
prl80nOIB prisoners prisonersLPO
Leo Bhong Kong Kon tho president of the theOn th thOn theOn
On Ieongs eong8 added something to the case caseof caseof aileoC
of the two pnHonern though ho was a awitness awitne8R awjtneee
witness against them fter tilling tillingabout tflIin tflIinalollt tellingatout
about how they came Bin to him as president presidentof
of the tons ton It to demand payment for th ththeft thtbeft the thetheft
theft of Bow Kum and how he h dismiss dismissthem disiniseoithem eo1 eo1them
them without withoutpaying paying anything Lee LeeShong LeeShonll LeeShong
Shong Kong admitted on crans cIO IH7amlna crnsevamlnation < IH7amlnatiln yamlna yamlnation
tion that it had been the Hlngl purpose purposeof
of thrf tb On LeonEH n2M to clear Chin Lin fm their theirbrother theirbrother theirbrother
brother of the suspicion of murder after afterhis afterhill afterhis
his arrest and that thatJlm Jim Gum the secretary secretaryof
of the On Leongs had acted nct d as Interpreter Interpreterfor
for tbe Distiict Attorneys office when ex examination examination oxamination ¬
amination of Chin Lin Lb and others held as aswitnesses ILIIwltneMC6 aswitneese
witnesses was in progress there thereIsnt tblreIant thereIsut
Isnt it true that Tom Lee of the theOn th thOn theOn
On Leongs said In one of your yourtong long meet meetIngs m68tIn meetlogs
logs In that hn would gladly put up upmoney upmonoy upm000y
money to g Itt t Chin Lin fm out of n murder murderscrape murderscrape r r8Crapo
scrape but that he h would not stand for forputting CorputtmJt forputting
putting up a Job lob to shoulder the murder murderon
on any anyone one else e e McManus wanted to toknow toknow toknow
know i iThat I I
knowThat That is true wild Lee > > A Shone honr Kong KongMorn Komi1I0re KongMore
Morn Chinese o witness will add their theirtestimony theirtllltimony theirtestimony
testimony to the story of Bow Kum and nndthe Rndtile andthe
the tone jealousies today todayDYXAMtTE toclayD1X4MITI I I IDUIITE
Inmate of Orphan Home Homeby lncSU5rrfd lncSU5rrfdb
by b KxploMon l lo IDn In Kitchen KitchenETEBonoBO KitchenParEnennue lIehrnPZTEBsnuJtO
ETEBonoBO Ind Jan 5 5lrs Mrs Alice AliceGroesel AliceGroeeel AliceGroesel
Groesel matron of the Orphans Home Homewas Homewas Homewas
was superintending breakfast this morn mornIng mornIng mornlug
Ing when dynamite in a lump of coal coalexploded coalexpleded coalexploded
exploded tearing tearingthe the stove to pieces piecesThe plece5The piecesThe
The stovfe IIto lids were hurled through the theceiling theceiling theceilIng
ceiling and set Ore to the rafters and the thefloor tbeoor thefloor
floor oor caught from the scattered burning burningFortyfive burningconi burningcoal
coal coniFortyfive Fortyfive children were in the house housemost housem08t housemost
most of them in bed For a 1 few moments momentsthero momentsthero momentathere
thero was panic but Mrs Ira Oroew ordered orderedthe ordeoredtho orderedthe
the attendants to wrap the children in inblankets Inblanket inblankets
blankets and take them to a place of ofsafety ofMtety ofsafety
safety She then began to fight the fir firand firRnd firs firsand
and subdued the names before the nYe nYedepartment fiedepartrrent Ikedepartment
department reached tho scene sceneThe sceneThe ocneThe
The explosion was caused by dynamite dynamitethat dynamitethat
that had failed to explode with the rain mlning mlnI mlnIIng rainIng I
ing blast I IllnltlrnRobhln
Mlnturn llnltlrnRobhln UInturnRobhlnseJohn llnltlrnRobhlnJohn Bobbin BobbinJohn
John Wendell Vend ll Minturn and Miss Sarah SarahJewell Sarshiewett l I IJewett
Jewell Bobbins daughter of Julian W Hob Hobbins Hobbins Robbins
bins wore married nt IjO 1 an oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeat yesterdayafternoon rdl1 rdl1afternoon
afternoon In 81 Oeorges Episcopal Church ChurchStuyvesant Church6tuyveMnt ChurchStuyvesant
Stuyvesant Square The Rev Hugh BlrcU BlrcUhsad Birckhead Blrckhead
head rector of the church assisted by the theIlev theHev the11ev
Ilev Sherrard Billing of Groton Mass Massperformed Massperformed 1881perf9rmed
performed the ceremony Miss Ii6a Julia Bob Bobbins Robbins Bobbins ¬
bins sister of the bride was maid of honor honorThe honorThe honorThe
The bridesmaids were the MIsses Blanche BlancheOclrichs BIanchIOelrich BlancheQetriche
Oclrichs Katharine McCook Dorothy DorothyTuokerman DorothyTuokerman DorothyTuckermafl
Tuokerman Emily Sloane Virginia lurray MurrayHelen lurrayHeln lurrayHelen
Helen Center Marian Kennedy Jeunfl < t a cousin cousinof cOU cousinof iu iuof
of the bride and Muriel Kinesland a cousin cousinof
of the brldetrooni J Hopkins smith wee WBHthe waHthe weethe
the best man lIn and the ushers werj wet Ardeu ArdeuIlobblnn rdenHObbln rdeuItobbhns
Ilobblnn Henry lIenl Hooker H HUllh Bh Mlnturn MlnturnWlstar MlnturnVIstar olinturuWIlltar
Wlstar Kendall k Henry jlu nil ii Pont It chard IUchAraDerby Itichard1crby chardDerby
Derby K 1 Garry Chadwick und J K Coster Costerreceptlon la8terWllmerdtnll CoalerWhlmerdlnir
Wllmerdtnll WllmerdtnllI
A reception followed the ceremony at the theresidence thorellldflnce theresidence
residence of the brldes parents 33 Ka East EastSeventyfoiirth t tSeventyfourth
Seventyfourth street streetLivingston streetLhln5tonB streetLtelngstolsflenirdlOt
Livingston Lhln5tonB LtelngstolsflenirdlOt LtelngstolsflenirdlOtThe Ilenrdlct IlenrdlctTh nfdlct nfdlctThfl
Th The marriage of Philip IJvlnsiton and andMUs andMis andMiss
Miss Juliette Benedict took place at 4 oclock oclockyesterday ocl oclockyesterday k kyo
yesterday yo terdy afternoon In the Episcopal EpiscopalChurch Epl EpIscopalChurch copal copalChurch
Church of the Incarnation Madison avenue avenueand avenueand avenueand
and Thirtyflfth street The ceremony ceremonywall
Orser assisted by bythe bythe
wall performed bylBlghopOreer brlDishop bylnlshopflreerassisted
The the fie Rev Dr Wllltom M Orosvenor rector rectorof
of thflchuToh the churobt church Mrs Robert Kelly Prentice Prenticen
a sister of the bride bridL was as tht ho > matron or ofhonor orhonor orhonor
honor and only bridal attendant T J JOakloy JOakley JOakley
Oakley Rhlnelander was 011 the be beat t man and andthi andthe andthe
the ushers ullhe were DMcIUe D MoItao fclta Livingston LivingstonIlobert LlvlnflltonHobert LivingstonRobert
Robert Kelly Prentice Jlowland Pell PellPhilip 111Philip cli cliPhilip
Philip C Blrckhead William P Wain Wtnwrllrht WtnwrllrhtnUY j right rightOuv
GuY Van Amringo and Dr Lewi Morris Morriswepton MorrIsU forrlsU
U S Navy NavyA
A receptIon followed the ceremony at ntthe attho atthe
the residence of the brides father James JamesBenedict A ABenedict Allenedlct
Benedict ItO East En t Sixtyfirst street streetWaltt streetaUtlIalnel streetVltt11aInas
Waltt aUtlIalnel Vltt11aInasWeymer aUtlIalnelWoymer Halne HalneWeymer
Weymer II Waltt and Miss Frances C CW CW CW
W Halnes daughter of Franklin Ualnes Ualneswere lialneswere
were married at 4 oclock ool k yesterday yellterdayafter after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon In St Thomass Episcopal Church ChurchFifth ChurchFifth
Fifth avenue and Fiftythird street The TheItev TIne11ev
Hey Dr Ernest M Stires rector of lli llichurch lie liechurch
church ofllolated The bride b lafl was attended attendedby atendedblbn
by blbn thoiisses ho Misses Elizabeth ElI7ntMIthand and Anna Annftli U Add AddIson Addlonlulon AddIsonand ton tonlid
and lid Marion lulon Hnines Franklin N Haloes Haloeswas HahwIVall
was the best man and the ushers jhers were wereDallas wereDallal wereDallas
Dallas and Rowland Haln Thayer Far Farrinitlon Joarrlngton FarrlnetOfl
rinitlon William Addison John U Talllent Talllentand iahllentand aIUentanl
and Frederick Wliun McCoun After the cere ceremony ceremany coremony ¬
Arer I
mony there there was a reception eptlon at the thohome home of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the brides brldel parents 50 Central Park Pal West WestDudley WestDudleOarela WestDudleyGarelS
Dudley DudleOarela DudleOarelaJonn DudleyGarelS DudleyGarelSJohn Garcia GarciaJohn
John I Dudley Jr and Miss 11 Mary MaryGarcia MaryGarcia ar arGari
Garcia daughter of Francisco Frncllo Garcia Grcia were weremarried wermaried woremarried
married maried at noon yesterday In Calvary CalvaryEplse CalvaryEpl CalvaryEpiseOpti
Eplse Epl EpiseOpti ep1 pal Church Churb Twentyflrat TntT tlrt street and andFourth andFourth nd ndFourth
Fourth avenue The Rev nv Dr Lewis Parks Parksrector Parksretor Parksrector
rector of the th church chutb To performed the cero cerornony cem cernmony
many retor which was Wal witnessed wUeld prore only by In Inmedite 1w 1wmediste m mmedUte
medUte members of the two families familiesMlsi famiM famiMl11 familiesJls
medite Mlsi l11 Jls Grace mlmbr Rovlro was the maid of Ot honor honor2nd boaorand honorand
2nd and Miss MII Grce Amalla Garcia ayouna a ynun sister l ltr tor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bride A11 was wal the Grl lower tower girl younlll Norman Noran orman 0 aiona 0la111on 0Iohnsofl
Iohnsofl iona on II brotherinlaw of the bride bridearoom bridegroom
groom irooui la111on was th the belt man A reception reption and andweddlnx andedl andweddinz
weddlnx edl breakfast brkat followed tolowd the ceremony ceremonyat
at 1 p Dloaoo Dloaooir jlIrnOfliOOi lmoaloos <
t f r
ir U
im BI Brother Arthur Sanfortl Manron Robinson Robinsonrlos Robinsonarlos RobInsonCarlo
Carlo rlos Warnrld Warfld and ml CalvIn < In O < > Gear CrerPlrad Geer GeerPlf GearPlaid
Plaid Plf d Not Guilt Guit lo One or Them ThemIn ThemIndlctrpnt Theniindiotmants In Inllctmrnta
llctmrnta dlctrpnt the Ih Old Otl One Onei Corrected CorrtrledFritz Corrttpd CorrectedFritz i iFritz
Fritz Augustus Holnzo Icinzo was 11 arraigned arraignedyesterday arlgcl arraignedyesterday
yesterday Yfsteny before bfore Judge Hough in the theFederal tbeFedernl theFederal
Federal District Dstrlot Court Cotrt on two new In Indictments Indlctment Indlctments ¬
dictments dictmentsOn dlctment
On ono Indictment charging chrKlng misuse misuseof
of the funds of the Mercantile Mflrnte National NationalBonk Saton11 Saton11Dk NationalRank
Bonk Dk Heinze was arraigned arigned alone On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the other indictment lleinxo Jlelnz was indicted indictedand Indictedand indictedand
and arraigned arraiged with his brother Arthur ArthurP Arhur ArhurP
P Heinze and Sanford Bnford Robinson Robinn Carlos CarlosWarfleld Crl0 CarlosWatileld
Warfleld Wa field and Calvin Clvin O deer Oertor Geerfor for conspiracy conspiracyin conpircyIn
in removing secretly srety last IBt spring the books booksof bks bksof
of the United Copper Cppr Company CompanyAll Cmpny CmpnyAl
All Al of the accused were balled bled out ou after afterpleading afer aferplodlng afterpleading
pleading not guilty guiltyFrit7 guity guityFritr guiltyFritz
Fritz Fritr A blaze Ielnze was president of the theMercantile theMerntle theMercantle
Mercantile Merntle Natloul National Bank Bnk In I90d 19 and
1007 107 The he new Indictment charging chargingmisuse chargng chargngmilluse chargingmisuse
misuse of the funds was found rounelx six weeks weeksago weks weksngo weeksago
ago The e general gneral tenor of the indict indictment Indlotment indictwent ¬
ment which contains eighteen eightn counts countsIs
Is to the effect elect that Heinze his brother brotherArthur brotherArur brotherArthur
Arthur Arur P Heinze Ielnze Max Mx II 1 Schultza Shultz and andtho andtho andthe
I tho firm of Primrose Primre A Braun were en engaged engaged ¬
gaged gged In u 0 scheme to create crte an Inflated Inflatednnd Intte inflatedand
and false rais value for the stock stok qf the United Unltl UnitedCopper
Copper Coppr Company Oompny and that tht the funds fundsof
of the bank were used ul for that tht purpose purposeThis purpe purpeThis purposeThis
This indictment Indicment differs dlter from Crm the earlier earlierindictment rler rlerIndictment
indictment against Heinze Heinzt of which whichfifteen whichfifteen hlchfifUn
fifteen fifUn counts were thrown out last sum summer Bummer summar ¬
mer by Judge Hough Iough only by the ad addition additon additlon ¬
dition diton of the assertion nron that th In discounting discountingthe dlluntlns
the notes nott of Otto Oto Heinze d t Co F Augus Augustus A ueus ¬ I Itus
tus Heinze Heinz knew that his brothers firm firmwas firmwas firmwas
was insolvent Inelvent He le also als knew says lye tho thoindictment thoIndictment theindictment
indictment that Primrose Prim A J Braun wore woreunable wel welunble womunable
unable unble to pay the note for S500000 which whichhe
he discounted dlecumed for them ilhe Ihe total totl amount amountof
of the funds Cllnd of the bank bn which Uelnze Uelnzeis
is charged with misapplying exceeds eX < ds
mspplyng r rJohn
12000000 1200 12000000John
John C Tomllnson Tomlnson who appeared
in court ooU as counsel for Heinze Hein asked app1 for fortwo fortwo fortwo
two weeks wtksln in which whic to demur or take any anyother anyother anyother
other action aoton decided deided upon but Judge JudgeHough JUdgeHough JudgeHough
Hough said be must be b ready by January Janur
13 because buse a copy cpy of the indictment indlctmtnt had hadn
been n served s red three thre weeks wtks n ago o and Mr MrTomlinson lr lrTomlnsn MrTomlinson
Tomlinson Tomlnsn ought to know what action acton be beIntended beIntlnded heIntended
Intended to take Mr lr Tomlinson Tomlnon said saidthat saidthat ld ldthat
that his hil action acton depended pende on Information Informationwhich Inforaton Inforatonwbich Informationwhich
which he was w seeking seekng anti was a8 not based basedon bsed bsedon
on anything in tho indictment
I The other Indictment charges ehargei con conspiracy
Is I splracy pi racy to obstruct obtruct the administration administrationof admlni8trton admlni8trtonoC
of justice by the removal and mutilation mutilationof mutation mutationof
of the account aout books bkl of the United Unitd Copper Coper CoperI
I Company Cmpnr These books b when removed removedwere removtl removtlwere
were tinder nder the subpoena subpM of the United Unite UnitedStates
States State Attorneys office olce for lh the purpose purpas of ofaiding otIn ofaiding
aiding In the Governments case c o against againstF
F J Augustus Augtu Heinze Ielnz for misapplying misapplyingthe I
the funds of the Mercantile Merntle National NationalBank atloualBank
Bank BankAll BankAll nk nkAl Itonl Itonlnk
All Al the th defendants deCendnts were wel arraigned arraignedon
on similar similr indictment last summer summerbut summerbut summerbut I
but the indictment was WlS quashed quhed The Thenew Thelew Thenew
new lew indictment corrects crr certain minor minortechnical minortechnical
technical technlC1 errors in the old one oneIho onoThe oneThe I
The accused acuso men pleaded plPde not guilty guiltyand Kulty Kultyand guiltyand
and will wi have until unl January 13 1 for final flnilpleading finalpleading finalpleading
pleading F Augustus ugstus Heinze was ru re1tld ruleased
leased 1tld on the 150000 o bail bal which whih whi h he has hasprovided has hasprovide hasprovided
provided provide in the bank bnk case C 6t 11 Thq Tli < bail bailwhich bi bailwhich
which whih Arthur Arhur P Heinzo Heln2e gave gve in the itppeal itppealfrom nippealfrom
from his conviction convicton on an Individual Individualcharge IndivIdualcharge Individualcharge tlPal tlPalrrom
charge of obstructing ob8tructng justice jutic in the same samecone samecase me meC
cone C was WB accepted The appeal appl is 1f now nowrending nowpending nowrending
rending Sanford Snror Robinson Robinn who was WOAformerly W Wforerly wasformerly I
formerly forerly counsel for tho Heinen lelnzel wan wanpurolixl Wl wasparoled I
paroled prolel in the custody of Joseph P Cot Cotton Ct Ctton Cotton ¬
ton Jr his counsel Gear Gor and ad Warfleld Warfleldwere Warleld Vartieldwetb I
were wetb released releled in tl500 5 ball bul each eachLevy ech eachLevy
wer Levy Lv Ilottenthal ltnthal A Ueermance lermance general generalcounsel penerl penerlcunsel generalcounsel I
counsel cunsel for F AHeineecienled < lelnzdenled yesterday I
that the chief cief Indictment against Heinzo Heinzowas Heinz I Iwas
was a mere correction corton of technical technicl ernie omissions erniealone ¬
alone slonsln In the prior Indictment Indicment One of the thofirm thefrm thefirm
firm frm said saidEight MidElght saidEight
Eight of the sIxteen Ixtfn charges In 11 the thoold theold theold
old Indictment Indicment have have been bn dropped each eachof eachof eachof
of the remaining eight el ht is drorp stated IIta 0 in two twoseparate twolleparate twoseparate
separate counts count and ad to these two more morehave morehave morehave
have been added much to
bn our surprise surprisebecause 6urprlltt surprisebecause
because bU tho two new counts count are based basedon
on loans antecedent antent to tlu tip others on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which tho data dta at all al times tl was open to tothe tothe tothe
the District Attorney Atorey and which up to todate todate todate
date never seemed med to suggest the possi p081bity poasibility possibility ¬
bility bity of a violation violton of the th law In other otherwords otherwords otherwords
words the eighteen counts cunt of the now nowindictment newIndicment nowindictment
indictment Indicment cover cvtr only tentransactions tentransactionsEight tetranscton8 tetranscton8Elght tentransactionsEightS
Eight of these transactions trllctlonl upon uponwhich uponwhich
which sixteen sixtn of the eighteen cllhen count cOlnt lpn lpnwhich are arebutted arebl arebased
butted bl > ed rest primarily on the alleged alege in inHolvency Inlolvenc Inisolvency
Holvency lolvenc of the thejlrm firm frm of Otto Hclnze A J Co Coat C Coat
at a period perlo prior pri r to the tb panic of October Octo her
1907 19 This seems Hcms to us UI rather strange In Inview Invlow Inview
view of the fact fac that tht In a bankruptcy bankruptcyproceeding bnknlpty bnknlptypring bankrupteyproceeding
proceeding pring instituted Inttuted against againt Otto Heinze HeinzeA Helnzod
A d Co by creditors ciors in the United States HLutcscourt Htatcl Statescourt I
court for this thll district diltrict It has h but recently renty
been bn judicially judicaly determined by the referee refereeund reCere refereeand
and the court Cllrt that on and before bCore October Octobr OctobrH19
141007 H19 14 17 the firm t of Otto Oto Heinzo A J Co was wasnot wnsnot wasnot
not Insolvent Inlolvent but wan WI In fact fnc solvent solventIt Ilvont IlvontI
It I is curious curloul to note that In tlio first flmteight filt filteight firsteight
eight counts cuntl the firm of Otto Heinzo Iclme IlcinzoCo A ACo J
Co is alleged allepe to have been ben financially lnncally ir irresponsible Ir irresponsible ¬
responsible IRpoldble while whie In the last eight counts countsbased countab countsbased
based b on the same fmo transactions tranMctonH It Is Isalleged II Isalleged
alleged alego to have have been ben the owner owter of stock stockworth stockworth stockworth
worth upward of 110 110I 2500000 250000081KOOO 28000001Iooo
81KOOO 810 Hall n1 Demanded Demandld From I rom AiUmi AiUmiCharles Jlaml JlamlCle AdatitsCharles
Charles Cle Adams Adm was indicted Indic yesterday yesterdayby yetery yeteryby
by the Federal Feer Grand Ornd Jury Jur for using the themails themals themails
mails mals to defraud doCrud Ho IM 11 suspected luspclod ol l being helngthe beingthe > olngthe
the principal principl in a mining property proprty swindle wwlndloHe i iHe
He pleaded pleade not guilty guity and ad was hold In 1 inZ15000
16000 bail bl blb bli1 II
i1 I
lloliiK Dolli Doln Time for Job obl lie le Hadnt alnt Dene DeneMade Dtoe Dtoe1Iade DpneMade
Made 1Iade Him 11m M Id rt at ai Police Polc rohleeSeared Scared lrt Off OffBefore Or 011flefore
Before He le Could Hob Headquarter HeadquarterFlnlthec Jradltuarten headquartersFinishes I
Finishes Fnlhu Term to Face ce Another AnotherWhen Anotheren AnotherThen
When en the tht detectives detectve lined up before beforeInspector beforeInptor beforeInspector
Inspector Inptor McCafferty McClert yesterday yeterdlY morn morning mornlag ¬ I IIng
ing at Police Polee Headquarters Hequrter he had h a acracksman I IcrckmlU1 acrackarnan
cracksman crckmlU1 of the old school to show showthem tlhowtilem showthem
them Liverpool Liverl Jack the pal pl of such suchold luoh luohold suchold
old timers timer as Jimmy Irving Iring Billy Biy Porter Porterlied Porr PorrRe PorterlIed
lied Re Leary and n Shang ShJg Draper was W < 8 in inhand Inhd Inhand
hand hd again ollin A year YCr ago he got got a a term termon
on tho island for carrying crring concealed concealedweapons coceled coceledwepO concealedweapons
weapons wepO and when whnl he landed at tho foot footof rootor footof
of Seventieth Sventeth struct strOet yesterday Yeterny morning morningbig moring moringbil
big bil Jim ONeill ONei wa wa waiting waltlnl for him himIm himIm him1m
Im Im sorry 60r Jack Jacl ho Kld tld but theyve theyvefound theyvefound theyvefound
found an t Indictment against alalns you for forcarrying forcarring forcarrying
carrying carring a a burglars hurRlrs kit when whnenwe we arrested arrestedyou
you before Second Sond offenco ofenco it is I too tooLiverpool tooLiverpool tooLiverpool
Liverpool Jack br John James JIml Murphy Murphyas
as 1 ho was a christened christene is I 6U tU years yer old and andhas ad adbas andhas
has learned phllosphy phllosphyDont phl0pby phl0pbyDont phiiosphyDont
Dont let that worry you he said saiddully saiddully Id Idduly
dully duly Ill Il come along nlolg all 11 right rightWhen rightWhen rightWhen
When Liverpool Jack was wa In I his prime primecracksmen primecrackmen primecrackamen
cracksmen crackmen were cracksmen crcksen The ex expanding expding expanding ¬
panding pding genius geiu of safe Sfe manufacturers manufacturershad mufacurelB
had h not yet evolved the yegg In I those thosedays tbosedays thosedays
days they cracked safes sCes They de depended depended ¬
pended pende not on dynamite dyite or nitroglycerine nitroglycerineto
to open the safe fe for them but on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their opn ability abiiy as 1 workmen worke and ad their kit kitof kitof kitof
of tools tooil A real artist arist at the game would wouldsometimes wouldsometlme wouldsometimes
sometimes sometlme spend 8penJ two or three tbr days at ata atI ata
a I Job and when he got through the door doorfell dor dorCel doorfell
fell Cel from frm Its It hinges as readily rdiy as the paper paperpeels pper pperpeels paperpeels
peels from frm a 1 pat pt of butter butterLiverpool butterIlvcrpol butterLiverpool
Liverpool Ilvcrpol Jack Jack came cme over Oer from Liver Liverpool Iver Iverpool Liverpooh ¬
pool when hen he was Wt a boy by Once Onc ho tried triedto trie
to reform rCor He le went to Kaunas lanl City and andmade lud ludme andmade
I made me an honest honet living lvI When Whe hen he came cameKick cameI camelxtckahong
Kick lxtckahong along In the 70s Dick King and andConny andCony andConny
I Conny Cony Lyons Lyon Bymess two wo star tr detec detectives detectlvI detectives ¬
tives tlvI picked plcled him up lp on his record rer and andhe IU1dho andlie
he got five fve years ealB for doing a job on Frank Franklin Frk Frkln ¬
lin ln street streetAnd IItrt IItrtAnd streetAnd
And I never done it I ho said sid yester yesterday yesterdl yesterday ¬
day dl Y I tell tel you YOI when youre adoln adolntime adolntlm adointime
time innocent innocnt every day seems ms a week weekWhen weekWhen weekWhen
When I sot ot out that time tme I was ws sore soreNo 80roNo soreNo
No more reform rform for me Do D you know knowwhat knowwbat knowwhat
what my next lay was s Well Wel say sy It was wasonly wasonly a aonly
only by the narrowest nrowest squeak that thatByrnes tht thtByrne thatByrnoe
Byrnes Byrne didnt find fd his own safo sro cracked crackedWe craoke
We had hd everything everthing fixed fxed all shipshape shipshapewhen shipshapewhen hlpRbap
when some lome feller telfr came me blunderin along alongnn
nn we got cold cld feet an beat bt It ItThat ItThat ltThat
That was wa sometime ometme In the SO 1 The ThoIn8tors Theinspectors IhoInspectors
Inspectors safe Ce stood tlto then In the room roomacross roomIcrO roomacross
across IcrO from his office ofc In the Headquarters Headquarterson
on Mulberry ulber street Itrt later lter used ee for the thebureau theburu thebureau
bureau buru of information informationI
I may not tot be strong on reform refon went wenton
on the old timer but I believes bleves In a asquare aequlre asquare
square equlre deal deal That bit I served Irved Innocent Innocentlaid Innocentlaid innocentlaid
laid so 10 heaty on my mind that tht once oncewhen onc oncewhen
when Biagy Bigi Donavan was as 6nt up for fora
a 1 job I none I came forward forard an made madeem
em m turn him loose lOe That was WI up In InGloveruvillo InOovervlo InGloveravillo
Gloveruvillo Oovervlo I was wa doln honest bonet work workthore workthlu workthere
there cnrryin crln mortar morar to build buid a church churchI
I thought thollht If I got Jot away from frm the tht Bowery Boweryfor Bower
for a time tme I could quit ult the business bllnC maybe maybeBut mayb
But I cracked crcked a safe ICe Got away with withit
it too I did They near ner had hld me though thoughan
an I had to pretend I had bd on a awful load loadaboard lod lodabrd loadaboard
aboard abrd They fined me S3 S 3 the next day dayand dayand dii diiand
and never suspicloned that tot an old soak soaklike soaklke sea seahike
like lke m me turned tured the trick trickA trik trikI
A I year yer later I was back bck in Gloversvllle Gloversvlllean Goversvie Goversviean
an I heard her that Blggy BItg was doin time for forth fortht forthe
th tht the job Biggy Bgg never n vtr had nothln to no nowith 10 10Ith o owith
with Ith it an I told em so I had h to tofubprenn tofuhpna touhprana
fubprenn fuhpna the Judge Judle and the policeman policemanthat plota
that tht got me fined fed for intox but I proved provedto
to them that 1 was WI the one that done it itan Itan itan
an not Dingy Ostl I done three years yers and andfour andCour andfour
four months for that an Buggy BIIR was let letgo letgo lotgo
go Hed done near a year then though thoughon thougha
on a I never thought I yr was quite square squarewith squue squuewth squarewith
with wth Biggy Blgl
When en he was sent nt to the island a year yearago yer yerngo yearago
ago on the th charge of carrying crrying concealed concealedweapons cnOled cnOledwenpons concealedweapons
weapons Inspector Inspecor McCafferty tcferty who knew knewtliat kntw kntwtltnt knewttuit
tliat the veteran was Wl nearly ntrly past pt making makingany
any more mischief mllchleC gave him 11m the choice choiceof choic
of going Jolnll to tho Island Ilad Ive or to t t > the home for forreformed Corrfonnf forreformed
reformed rfonnf Army criminals criminal kept b by > the Salvation SalvationOn Slvation SlvationArmy SalvationArmy
On Ill Ill do my little lttle bit said Id Jack JackI Jacknlnt
I aint no hypocrite He had finished finishedeleven finlshE finishedeleven
eleven months hyoclt and twentynine days dS when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he was wal arrested arrtf yesterday yentordayAfter YOtoNayAfer
After Afer the lineup Inenp was 1 over Liverpool LiverpoolJack LiverpoolJak LiverpoolJack
Jack Jak and ad Lieut Jimmy Dunn DunnoexchlPo oexchlPo exchanged exchangedreminiscences exchangedreminiscences
reminiscences reminlllcnC of old time tme guns gult and bulls bullsDetective bul bullsDetective
Detective nltecive ONeill ONei Interrupted them themInuppctor th themlnspector m mIn
Inuppctor In he said Ild this man liasn lunt lunthad luisnthad t thad
had anything nnythlnl pctor to ea 13 t since sinc he left lef the theIsland theIslld theIsland
Island Islld Hell Uel probably prbbly have a 1 long wait waitdown waltdown waitdown
down lit t General Gentral Sessions sion too tooTake tooTlke tooTake
Take Tlke him out now and get get him some Bomething something something
before down said Inspector InspectorMcCafTorty InspectorMcCalTerty
thing you YOI go bld Inspctor
McCafTorty Mcrorty Then Thol he extended a cigar cigr to tothe totbe tothe
the cracksman Buying saylnf Here Jack Jackheres Jackhere Jackheres
heres a good smoke Imoko It may be your yourlast yourlut yourlast
last chance chanc for a while whileNo whiileNo h I t
No thanks wild 61Id Jack 1 dont dontsmoke dontsmoke dontsrnokennd
smoke srnokennd and I dont drink drinkMRS drlnk1RS drinkrRS
MRS 1RS Monsi 10RSJ ons i 1lnlS i ivs ITTITIO ITTITIOHopes lETITI lETITIloprs ILTITIOXIlogws
Hopes loprs to rut 11 a Million 1lon Signature 1Jnturf Before llrforcPrntilrni Ilfore IlforelrMhllD BeforeIrcshilent
Prntilrni lrMhllD Taft TmflATLANTA Taf TaftATLANrA
ATLANTA Jan 5 5WhI6 GVhile While thero is II life lifethere le lether lifethere
there ther is I hope bald lid iici Mrs T C W V V Morse IQrOe in innn Innn inan
nn interview today tood and n ni as long as ni I Inm I1m Iam
nm 1m spared I shall shl fight fght for the release relese of ofmy oCmy ofnay
my husband huhd I shall l he > e here only a 1 few fewdays tewdy fewdays
days dy Mr Littleton ltteton our ou lawyer has hasdecided hal hasdecided
decided doidN not to come down until unti after nfor I IHOC IO Iee
HOC O him which will wil ho just as soon as I Iget Igot Iget
get buck to Now York YorkYou YorkYou ork orkYou
You may miy however that a great greatpetition Rreatpettion greatpetition
petition pettion will wi l IJ ho > sent snt to President Taft Taftasking Taftasking aCt aCtIHklng
asking IHklng for a pardon for my husband husbnd I Iam Iaturo Iann
am assured that the petition will wi have haveover havelover haveover
lover over aturo a I million miion signatures signaturesI sllnatlls
I am convinced convlno that it would avail availnothing avai availnothing
nothing to wait until untl I have exhausted exhaustedevery exhaust exhaustedevery
every ever moans mon8 of law lw to t get Iot him out Olt and andporhnp andporharK andjmrhnups
porhnp failed CaIO You may siy that tha a apetition I apetition
petition I tlton will 1 bo b sent snt to the President ITldont laY just justn justiK
n iK its H noon loon n aAJt Jt cnn rn bfl I got up upUnder IP IPUnder upUnder
Under a rule that allows aow prisoners who whohave whohave whohave
have largo larlo huslneK business Interests Intr8t to be b visited visitedoftener vl81tedoCtner vIsItedoftener
oftener oCtner than once each ch two weeks Mrs MrsMorae MrsMorse Irl
Morse Mon will wi ho > allowed nlowed to neo 1 Morse ors again againbefore aluln alulnLtore againbefore
before Ltore bho ho leaves 1008 for Now York YorkSH YorkSil n ork orksIInrlrEhEPO
SH Sil sIInrlrEhEPO I FW KECKED IE11 n O THE TiE TIIE11473LRTt TIIE11473LRTtPassengers A ll LltKKTA LltKKTAfiet lI1t lI1t1I
1I Passengers en fS Get Gft Ashore bhnrl 1 by > > a Plank nk lit a aRain I aRainy
Rain Rainy Corner of Cotcrnors nvrrnnrs Inland InlandThn Illnd IllndTbl IslandThe
The Tbl pilot piot of the steamship Alberta Albertaa
a 1 100 10 foot boot bot which runs between betwen At Atlantic Atlanto Athantic ¬
lantic lanto Basin eln and Constable Cnstble Hook lost lostMs 1081 losthis
Ms hil bearings In the th fog COJ lost night and ran ranthe rn rnthe ranthe
the bow bo into the bulkhead on Castle CastlePoint Cete CetePoint CastlePoint
Point Governors Island Jand where the theAlberta theAlhert theAlberta
Alberta Alhert stuck fast tlt There were about aboutsixty abolt aboltsity aloutsixty
sixty sity passengers pnRCnjer aboard It t was pitch pitchdark pith pithdark pitchdark
dark and though tholih tho passengers paRSenRel yelled yelledlustily yeleod yeleodIUIIUy yelledlustily
lustily IUIIUy nobody ashore Boomed Romed to hear hear1The her herTh hearThe
The Th captain captin was wnl at a 1 loss loal how to get gethis jtt jtthil gethis
his hil passengers ashore but finally he got gota pot pota
a plunk plonger across acrO the space between the thedock theteok
dock teok and the bulkhead lpce nnd ono by one onethe onethf onethe
the thf passengers straddled < the plank plankand plankand plankand
and Inched inche ashore ashoreBut Mhorenlt ashoreThit
But nlt here they were wer non too to comfort comfortablo rm comfortable tor
Rbi The point was W1 deserted dtPIrted and the thopassongorH thepa8InpOI tinepassengers
passengers pa8InpOI were wet and cold ann hungry hungr
Finally Fnly the Government Ooverment ferryboat ferryboatHancock Cfrhoat CfrhoatJancock ferryboatHancock
Hancock Jancock cme came en mo along took tk life t lit bedraggled bedraggledcrowd bedrg bedraggledcrowd lf
crowd aboard hord and carried them back to toAtlantic toAtuntlc toAtlantic
Atlantic Atuntlc Basin BasinHOT BasinGov In
HOT Fort IuiHhooii 111 hron to toLAKKWOOU 1aINlaton 1aINlatonLAKJWOOO hegielators hegielatorsLAKnwooD
LAKKWOOU LAKJWOOO N J Jan 5 5ov Gov Fort Forttomorrow Forttomorrow ort orttomorrow
tomorrow will wi have h vo as luncheon luchen guests guestsat gUNtsat
at the th laurel tull Hou hiouo e all ul the th members mombrs of ofth ortho ofthe
th the 13Uh legislature Illslatul There Ther are nr twenty twentyone
one Senators 8atoIll and sixty Asnomhlymen Asnomhlymenand ABmblymena
and thorn will wi bo b fuwnr fowo than six absentees absenteesat abnt8s abnt8sat
a at the luncheon luche State Rule officials ofcnls and mem members membrl momboxs ¬
bers brl prevent of the Governors Oovrors staff stl will wi also ala be beprevent b bepresent
prlt prltf prltW
o o
W = J l o f
Farm Farmers arn era Testify TeIU Tn Ta That t Price PO Are A Ar Fixed FixedMethods Fxe FixedMethods
Methods Metol of Dealer Dalen Auoclatloa AuoclatloaAt AnoelatoD AnoelatoDAt AOo tation tationAt
At the to milk trust trut Inquiry Inqu r which whh whhbl ig i ibeing
bl being held before beror Referee Rfer Brown Brow at the theAttorneyGenerals theAttrnoynerl theAttorneyGenerals
AttorneyGenerals Attrnoynerl offices oMce 390 Broadway Broadwayeight Broadwayeight Broadwayeight
eight witnesses witne testified ttJfed yesterday try The Thefirst Thefrt Thefirst
first frt two Howell 10wel and ad Johnson Jobn farmers farmersfrom faers faersfrDIOoahen farmersfreon
from frDIOoahen Qoshon N Y supply milk mik to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York dealers deler and ad are a members membra of the theConsolidated theCnslidated theConsolidated
Consolidated Cnslidated Milk Mik Exchange Exchge They said eaidthat Bd Bdthat saidthat
that they had ha verbal or written contracts contractswith controta controtawltb contractswith
with all al the dealers delers which w lh stipulated stpult that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they should sould sell sel at the price fixed fxe by the theexchange theexchnge theexchange
exchange exchnge from trm month to month and andthat andtht andthat
that tht unless tle they adhered ader to this price pricethey pric pricethey I Ithey
they were unable to obtain a market marketA mrut mrutwitne
A witness witne for the milk mik trust trult Mr Levy L
didnt didt know a Rreatdeal rt deal about abut the Milk MilkDealers Mlk MlkDelel MilkDealers
Dealers Delel Association cation of which whic ho is a mem ¬
ber He le said it had meetings now nw unwind and then thenbut thenbut thenbut
but but he wasnt sure lure whether whther he ever at attended attende atiended ¬
tended tende any later be remembered remembr that
he had He le said the meetings metng were wor not for forthe torthe forthe
the purpose purps of agreeing Ifrln upon any a price priceof
upn pr
of this tlis ho was wa quite positive positiveTho positve positveTo
Tho To last mooting metnj wasnt want to t celebrate celebratethe celebrte celebrtethe
the raise mis in I the te price of milk mik was Wa It Itasked It itnaked
asked aked Mr Coleman C1ema Cc eman tho special llpl Deputy Dputy
AttorneyGeneral AttoreyGenerl in the case caseNo ce ceNa caseNo
No responded rpnded Mr 1r Levy Lv just to todrink
drink a little ltte beer ber and smoke a good goodcigar gd gdcigar goodcigar
cigar If I lfweallagreeaatoprice we all al aicree alr as to price it is 1 isonly isonlya only onlyn
n 1 matter Iltter of friendship frendship Thore is I no penalty pnalty
In the association a8clton for underselling underellng
Do you know Mr Miller Mler
Yps YpsMr Y Y1Ir YsMr
Mr Miller Mier gave testimony tltimony last lat month
damaging dmaging to the gve trust trt and then had h some somehorses eme emehorses somehorses
horses poisoned polne Immediately Immeditely afterward afterwardDid aterard aterardDid
Did you know kow he had ha some sme bones bonespoisoned boruepoisoned
poisoned p1ned on Christmas Chrita eve
Mr Levy Lv knew kew nothing about the thebor horses horsesthat horsesthat
that tht were poisoned pllned Alfred Alred Ely counsel counselfor cul culCor
for the defence here objected object that the thequestions theque8tons thequestions
questions que8tons ruled were insulting and was over overruled over overruled ¬
You know so 1 vastly vl ly much more than thanthe th thanthe
the witnesses wlt0I said sid Mr Ely to Mr Cole Coleman Cle Coleman ¬
man m manBYes <
manYes Yes Ye the te latr latter replied repled and ad more morethan mor morethan
than thn you want me to know knowAssistant lo loAlstt knowAssistant
Assistant Alstt District Attorney William Wiia A ADo ADe ADo
Do Ford attended the morning mornlK session sessionof I10n I10nof
of the t e hearing as a assigned by Mr Whit Whitman Wit Witman Whitman ¬
man Henry H IL Stickney Stckey a Deput Deputy As Assistant Assistat Assistant ¬
sistant sistat was on hand hd in Mr De D Fords Fors place placeIn pla
In the afternoon aCteroon Neither took tk any part partIn
In the examination examinationLOS exainaton pr
So Maori laM Aviation Aviaton Litigation Ll15aUan Going On OnTnat OnThat OnThat
That the Show May Suffer SufferCortlandt Surer SurerCortlandt SufferCortlandt
Cortlandt Field Bishop Bisop president of the theAero theAero theAcre
Aero Club who will wi leave today to attend attendtho attendtbo attendthe
the proposed prp Los L8 Angeles Angele aviation aviton meet meetsaid met met1ld meetsaid
said 1ld yesterday estery that he doubted doubt if I there therewould therewould therewould
would bo b much flying fying on account accunt of tho thoWright thoWrilht theWright
Wright Wrilht brothers brthers suit against agant Glenn Gen H HCurtiss HCrtis HCurtias
Curtiss Crtis and an Louis Luis Paulhan Paulhn the chief aria avlatlon a ariation vla vlaton
tlon attractions attractionsIt attractloJ
ton It I was learned lerned at the olub yesterday jeaterdayafternoon yesterdayafUmoon eter7 eter7aftrnoon
afternoon through Pliney Pline W Williamson Williamsonpersonal Wllisn Wllisnpersoll Williamsonpersonal
personal attorney for the Wrights that a adecree ader adecree
decree der bad hd not been bn entered enter in the Her HerringCurtUs HerringCurtiss i
ringCurtUs rngCurt81 suit in which a temporary temporaryinjunction tem temporaryinjunction rsr I
injunction has been ben granted grnt by Judge JudgeHazel JudgeHazel
Inuncton Hazel in Buffalo Bufalo to restrain rtrin the manu manufacture mau maufacture manutacture ¬ I
facture and sale sle of aeroplanes aerplne which the theWrights theWrights theWrights
Wrights assert ler are Infringements InCrngeent upon upontheir upontheir upontheir
their patents It 1 was w also said that it itwill Itwi Itwill
will depend depen ptent upon the th wording wrdiD aso of orthll this de decroo de decroo
croo c wi whether It will wl be b possible for Curtis Curtissto Crn Crnto Curtisto
to proceed with his exhibition exibiton A bond bondit
it Is II prO said will wl wtb probably probbly bo provided provide by the theexhibition theexhlbltoncmp theexhibitloncornpany
exhibition exhlbltoncmp exhibitloncornpany com pony under whose who auspice auspicethe auspicesthe
the meet mot is i being boil directed directedThe dirted dirtedThe directedThe
The order of the United States Stt Court Courtdirected Cur Courtdirected
directed direc Paulhan Paulhan to t file fe an answer atwr on onJanuary onJlnur onJanuary
January Jlnur 14 I to show cause cuse why an an Injunc Injunction InuoI Injunotiort ¬
tion should not be b granted gted to stop him himfrom himfrom I ICrom
ton from flying in this county cunty Paulhan PaulhnJt Pauibanjt Jt Is Isbelieved Isboleve isbelieved
believed boleve will wll bo b able to go ahead ald witif wtlh his hisflying hisflying I
flying He says it Is possible for torhlm him to toremove toremovo toremove
fyng remove the te My flexible fexblo wing Wn tip tp which whoh the theWrights theWrights I IWrght
Wrights Wrght claim clim Is I their Invention InventionSome Inventionme InventionSino
Some me time tme ago at Pau Pu Paulhan made madesuccessful mdo mdofUCCul a asuccessful
successful fUCCul flight fl al ht la 11 a Bleriot machine mchine by bydoing bydalng bydoing
doing away a wy with tho flexibility fexbit of the wing wingtip wn wingtip
tip tp The atmoepherio atoepherio condition oondltlon are so soperfect s sonerfect
perfect there that tht It is thought he may my find fd fdIt findIt
it different diferent in trying out this th plan pl in II less lessfavorable le lessfavorable
favorable favorble winds windsPaulhan wnd windsPaulhan
Paulhan Plulban brought over two Famum Famumbiplanes Farm FarmblplanO Farnambiplanes
and two Bleriot the theWrights
biplanes blplanO Beriat monoplanesthe monoplne mnonoplanesthoWrighte
Wrights claiming infringements Infrngement in both bothtypos bth bthtyp bothtypes
typos of machine Chester Chetfr I Campbell Campbellthe Cpbel
the typ promoter of an aerial aerl exhibition exbition to be begiven begiven
given in Boston Blton came into the Aero Club Clubyesterday Cub Cubyetery Clubyesterdayand
yesterday yetery yesterdayand and was considerably perturbed perturbedover prurbed prurbedover
over the litigations ltgaton Mr Ir Campbell Cmpbell said saidhe sid sidhe saidhe
he had almost completed cmplet contracts cntr for fortwo fortwo forl forltwo
two Curtiss Curtis machines mchne and ad one Bleriot for forhis forhis forhis
his show and now the entries ente had been beenwithdrawn bn bnwthdrw beenwithdrawn
withdrawn wthdrw an The Te promoter was not alto altogether altoether altogather ¬
gather ether discouraged when he considered consideredBoston cndere consideredBoston
Boston disurg is only ony a short distance dlstano from fromWorcester tromWorcter fromViorceeter
Worcester Worcter and ad he clung to the possibility possibilitythat pelbity pelbitytht
that tht Tilhnghast Tilnght might mght cul be b induced Iduc to help helpthings helpthings helpthings
things going ging goiugwitb with wth his hi mysterious mysteriou flyer flyerWABASIt fyer fyerABAH flyervtI3Asff
Those Toe Interested Intrrete Seek Sefk Plan Pan for Settling Settllncthe Set1DI
the Compton Claim ClaimTOLEDO Clam ClamTOLDO ClaimTotzDo
TOLEDO TOLDO Ohio Jan 5 5Pendlng Pending a asettlement alIettement asettlement
settlement lIettement of the claims of the Compton Comptonestate Cmptn Cmptnestate Cornptonestate
estate against the Wabash Railway Riway Com Company Compny Cornpony ¬
pony pny tho sale sle of the companys compys right rieht of ofway orway ofway
way which was to have taken tken place placetoday placetoday placetoday
today was wa postponed ptponed for two weeks weeksThe wek weeksThe
The Compton Cmpton claim clim which originally originallywas originaly
was 1 tOOAOO SO 0fl0O now amounts to liOO 700000 700000U
U I arose nr from bonds bnds issued by one of the thecompanies thecmpnE thecompanies
companies that tht is part of the Wabash Wabashsystem Wabashlystem Wabashsystem
system lystem cmpnE and ad has been n the subject of ofcomplicated orcmplcat ofcomplicated
complicated litigation litigationThere litlaton litigationIhere
cmplcat There 1 he Is no controversy oontrovery over the thefinal thefnal thefinal
final fnal disposition dh pltlon of the property said saidJudpn Id IdJudlf saidJudge
Judge Judlf Doylo The Wabash Wablh propry people pple are arenot ar arenot
not fully decided decded as III to the best bt method methodof meto
of settling the Compton claim and it itis itis
is for that reason J only that the sale slo has hasbeen hashn hasbeen
been hn postponed postpnd to January 10 I shall shallleave sbal shallleave
leave for New York this afternoon atteroon to toconsult toconsult toconsult
consult with the trustees truft the Wabash Wabashdirectors Wabashdirctor Vabashdirectors
directors dirctor and others othfT Interested Interted and it itis ItIs itIs
is likely lkely likelythat that a definite defnie plan will wi be adopted adoptedbefore ndaptedbCore adoptedbefore
before bCore I return rtur to Toledo Toledonoonon ToledollOnOO
Just Ullt npc Because u e lie le Came Late Lle the Taurus TaurusIlroke TauraOroke TaurusBroke
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The steamboat SlMmbt Taurus Taur bound for tho thoCholera thoCholera thoCholera
Cholera Banks Bnl had left lef her dock at the theBattery thotttr theBattery
Battery tttr yesterday yesteray morning and was washeading washending washeading
heading down the bay when a 1 belated belatedfisherman belatedh belatedfisbdrmnan
fisherman h ran ran down on tho pier end and andmade andmid andmade
made mid signals with wlt his fishing fhlng rod The Thetiklpper Te TeIklppr Theskipper
skipper Iklppr of the Taurus Taurl decided decIde to put back backfor bck backfortho
for fortho tho lone fisherman fsherm n In doing so s the thesidewhceler thesIdewh theaidewhceler
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her steering ste4rlng gear was so badly crippled crippledthat crippledthat
that she won Wi forced for to lie le up The tuner tunermen Ilher fishermen
I men and one German woman who won wonindignant WMIndignant wasindignant
indignant because buse she fb had h lost l0t her holiday holidaysaid holdv holdvMid
said things about abut the philanthropy phianthropy of oftho ofthe r rtho
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23OOOOO of Duties Dute Collected Colete at Steam Steamitilp SteamIhlp Steamship
ship Piers Irn In a Year YearFigures Ir i iFigures fFIgT8
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collected in duties last the
colecte dutie llt year on piers piersof pier
of the steamship Itm8hlp lines lnes of this port The Thovalue To Tovalue Thevalue
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Baker ker reduced ruced from acting sergeant in incharge Incharge Incharge
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meat met for perjury prjury and forgery a as a result resultof reult reultor
of her suit against Senator Snator Piatt for fordivorce fordivoroe fordivorce
divorce reached rhed call cal time tme on o the te calendar calendarof clondr clondrof
of the Court Cu of General Sessions S6110nll again againyesterday ugn ugnYOtery againyesterday
yesterday YOtery As usual usul the case cle was not noteady notrdy notready
ready rdy to be heard and counsel oullel for the thedefendant thedefendant thedefendant
defendant asked Judge Foster before beforewhom beCoruhom beforewhom
whom it came cm to dismiss It us t Senator SenatorPlutt Snator SnatorPltt SenatorPintt
Plutt Pltt was too Ill I to appear appe for many weeks weeksyet weeksyet eekaye
and without his hi the
yet ye testimony case casewould cle casewould f
would undoubtedly undoubtedl fall fallAssistant fal fallAssistant
Assistant District Distric Attorney Nott ob objected objec ohjected ¬
jec jected He said ald that the document doument which whichHiss whlohUss whichMiss
Hiss Wood had offered ofer at her suit ult against againstSenator againstSenator againstSenator
Senator Platt was forged This document documentpurported documentpurported documentpurported
purported to be an acknowledgment acknowlejtment by bythe bythe
the Senator Sntor of ohl hls marriage Through an anexamination anexamlnatol anexamination
examination examlnatol of the water mark on this thispaper thie thiepper thispaper
it had been found that the
paper pper I hd paper paperwon papor paperwas
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the date signed on It und the document documentalone documentalone documentalone
alone was sufficient sumcent to try tr Miss 118H Wood Wo on onJudge onJude onJudge
Judge Jude Fosterdecided F0terdecldt to hold the case casefor ca80for casofor
for call cal on J Wednesday Weneuy next nextWJCKERSUAM nextJ nextJOKERSIUlI nextWXCKERSIIA3I
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The Te Fedpral Ferl Grand Grnd Jury resumed re8um yes yestarday yesterday el
tarday tray its It inquiry Inqu in connection with the theWickersham j
Wickereham Wickershm letter lettr taken tken from tho files filesof fe filesof I
of United States Stte Attorney Atarnoy Wises office officeseveral ofce ofceseverl officeseveral
several months The Th title of the
severl monthl ago case caseis cse cseIs caseis
is understood underst to be the United UnUtd States Statesvs Sttes Sttesvs
vs Norcrosa NorcrO and Riley
Charles Chrle P 1 Norcrcms NorcrO wrote the article articlein artice articeIn
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Magazine entitled ontte Tragedies rgedle of the te Sugar SugarTrust HugarTru8t SugarTrust
Trust In which the purloined letter ap appeared app nipI ¬
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was George von Utossy Uly manager mangor of the theConmopohtan thoCOlmpalitc7 theCosmopohten
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ciated Employee Employ0 of tho Department Deprtment of ofWater ofWater ofWaterSupply
Water WaterSupply Supply Gas and a Electricity Eletricty and ad the thoUniformed theUnlfarmed theUniformed
Uniformed Street Strt Cleaning Benevolent BenevolentAssociation BenevolentAllaton BenevolentAssociation
Association Allaton of Greater Oreter New York The Thepurposes Te Terurp Thepurposes
purposes of the organization oran7ton as set forth forthin
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are to t voluntarily voluntariy aid and assist st members membersIn membrs membrsin
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Berkeley Alumni Dinner DinnerTho Diner DinerThe DinnerThe
The nineteenth ninetnth annual ann I dinner dinne of the theBerkeley theBerkeley e eBkeoy
Berkeley Bkeoy Alumni Association Asoiton will w1 bo b held heldt
at t Reisenwebers Relsenwebrs on Friday Fridy evening eveningJanuary eveningJuua eveningJanuary
January Juua 7 Among Amon tmon those tho who will wi attend attondare attnd attnda
are a Alexander Alexnder H f Webb president of otthe otthelncln the theLincoln theLincoln
Lincoln lncln Trust Trult TruatComnpany Company Cmpny Frink Thome Thomethe rhom
the former foner Vale football footbl player and andmany andm andmany
many m legal circle men me well wel known kown in 1 banning btdn and andlegal a andlegal d dleg
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