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that tat t gun to shoot ehot shootwttJi shootwttJic with IU7 IU7J
c 2 And there tere wouldbe wour a atu laugh < h that red reddened r riddned ¬
dened J e the cheeks cheks fb of a 0 whole string atrng of ofIfenclbles ofJenclble ofencIb1e
Ifenclbles Jenclble encIb1e Bit Bt by bit the crowd cwd became becamebolder bme bmeElder becameioIder
bolder and more annoying annoylnl Harmless Harmlessjests larl larlt Ifarmleea
Elder jests became sneering insults The sol soldiers
t a cme aernl lnult 11 11ler o odiere ¬
diers ler looked loke as a if they tlY wished they were wereqny wereJwhere werenywbere
qny Jwhere where else elseATTACK elseI eleeATTACK
Presently Irfnty as if the whole movement movementHad
i v Had 1d ad been ben carefully carefuly organized orjanlze squads of ofj ofou of7ouiig
j young ou men and Ind toys hoysstole stole up behind hhlnd each eachi
i b far r separated lepratd soldier soldltr and stole atoll cartridges cartridgestorn crtrdgf cart ridgee ridgeerom
torn rom his belt blt snatched Iltcbd at at his hat ht or tried triedto tre triedjerk
to t jerk his hi musket out out of of his hi hands handsI hand handHere
I Here Her and there a I militiaman mi amln lost his histemper hisper biee
temper e mper per and struck strck out with his fist fst or the thefcutt theutt theL
fcutt utt utt of his gun gunIn gunI un
L 1 In no time tme nt nt all there WM w scufflingnil scufflingnillong lumingRl
i Iong long the line lne The soldiers soldier looked loke to tofcelr totelr toeIr
telr fcelr eIr captains cptin for orders to charge the thedrowd theGod theqrowd
drowd God with wih bayonets byonels or to shoot ehot The Theaptains Theptns Thepta1ne
aptains ptns looked loke to the Major but the theMajor thelJor theMajor
Major lJor was WR we so buy bUlya buyat at the moment that tht he hehardly heJrly hekardly
hardly Jrly knew what wba was going Joing on onJ onBlok onBlocks
J Block Blok away he was wa talking with D T TFierce TPierce 1Pierce
Fierce Pierce executive eSIudve Assistant nlstnnt to President PresidentJtruger Preident Preidenteer PretldentRruger
Jtruger eer of the te PR pRT T And Ind explaining exphlniK to toMr t toMr
Mr rPler Pierce e how the tle Fenclbles F cible could bo b de depended d dJde dopended ¬
pended Jde upon upn to suppress suppre trouble If 1 cars carswere carse careif
if were r e attacked attackedj attaokedSuddenly ttoker ttokerSuddlnly <
j Suddenly hear Huntingdon Huntngdon street streetwoman atret atretwom streeta
a woman wom screamed Irltt and at tasked attoke one one4f onete onef
4f + f the te soldiers eldler eqderewith with wih her hands hand scratching scratchingat scratchingh
at his h face f Real R I trouble tuble broke like lke a auunderclap at aikunderciap
uunderclap t d rla Hoy 10yl and men sprang sprangon Iprang Iprangte eprangon
on the te militiamen mitlmen fften fifteen or twenty to toBld
4 soldier Bld 111 < bore bn them down < took too their theirVuakets theiruets theiruakete
Vuakets uakete away from thorn thfm tore tor their theiro theiret theireots
et eots o uets te off of theirbooks struck Itnick them in the thefare theI theface
fare I with Ith rtenhed clenhefet fiats and rolled rdltd them themfa thmS tiiemat1edirt
fa at1edirt at1edirtThe the dirt dirtThe dr
t The neorwd crowd now converted cnVfrf into a moo moowedged mooe mooedgedjuIe1
wedged edgedjuIe1 e Itselt JII between Itwen the separated separateddlltlamen s Prate
7 iltien dlltlamen and the Fencibles Ienclbl were wer utterly utterlyftclpless ut uterIyIpIes rly rlyI
ftclpless ftclplessIf I IpIes IpIesIf le
> If l the th order orer had hadcome come to them thtm to shoot shootwey Ihot IhotuJd shootk
wey k ey could uJd not havn obeyed obye Many of ofikerahad ofiuMnha ofeinhad
ikerahad iuMnha einhad lost their Rims JUn and there ther was wasfcardlv washY wasardFv
fcardlv hY a man In ten who had a allnlle allnlletrdje single single4ttridca single4aitridge
4ttridca trdje in his hl belt beltf btlt btltiTe
f tJThe iTe C The Intersection Intrton of CSermantow trmantow A r r and andthigh andI andailgh
thigh I b avenues enles which forma for n 1 spacious spaciouspjUAre IplCloUI spaciousas
pjUAre < tras a as a surging eurjing swaying IwayingmU swayingmae ma of ofmen ofe ofMefl
men P1 and d women In which you could couldM ouldM
a M e every now and then a hayont pointed pointedAt poltf
At t all kinds of queer angles anglesServicp 011 011J anIp4S4rTic4s
at J Servicp hats a were wen whirling whirlnj In the air airIM all Ir IrL
L IM 5 he crowdsnatched erwdntch d ti thom tlisn m from the iht thebeads
A 1 beads te of the youthful soldiers Women WomnE Womenaterged Vorn n ni
J i aierged from frm the rim rnlof rintof o the te crowd crwd hold holdHg holdf holdg
g E Hg g up u brass bru buttons huttol that had been ben cut cutrom cutr cutfrom
f Some of the th Fenoibles Fenoiblesrare
from rom uniforms uniors 8m tht Jenoibles Jenoiblese
rare ioa r e literally Uteraly weeping e plng In their humilia humiliaioa humla humlaCATLfT humitiar
Then came the rapid clacking cacking ot horses horsesloofs hols holsef horsesoots
loofs Te down Lehigh thlgh averulcting avenue Acting Bergt BergtJuehler Srgt Srgtler l3srgtuehler
ef Juehler ler riding at the head hed of ten ttn mounted mountedi mounte
i BB ec3 I all al excavalrymen hit the mob mobMrfuH mobasrfuli
MrfuH nllopj
3 11 liJerBprsi 11 r hs h siuin 11 In it n 1 fan fanM fanftrml fansdformation
M sdformation ed formation ftrml te On and drove drve right into intothe IntI IntoIhehsmrt
i the Ihehsmrt J heart pf p thj pre prN1 There wa vas a no nooag noA
A kir ioar oag r the r irtgLion ing lg ntlon ton of < humor hum r The ThoW TheJIMc ThnUirned
JIMc W lt > hnd JIJro turned Into ntbloy bloody reality rllty rlltyve reIityEverv
Bvery time tle a mounted mounte policeman polcmln swung swungIlia Iwung IwungI swungt
I Ilia ve olub somnbody someby man 11 or woman and andMM andj ondticewerenI
MM j < police Uc ticewerenI werent wernt a bit btprtllar particular went wentdown wnti wentdwn
i down WJ with 11 a broken brkn bead hed or a partly parI7od parI7odI paralyzncl paralyznclac red redBfHi
I BfHi ac There were a 0 thoiiiund m mn n for forevery forlt foreverT
lt a every city fr n cavalryman cvalrman but the sergeant sergeant4MH srgmotdi4i rK rnt rnt4t
> 4MH 4t t stop ap to t tA reckon rkon odds od He lewu wa was mad madi madtrgb madesar
i esar 3 ar through trgb His He face fac burnod bnrrd dice lke a afMuUlht ae
L fMuUlht n e t tJermaa > hiuiUKnt and WB l s straw strw colored coloredrnuaaebe clort coloredIecmeainiueaebe
Jermaa Iecmeainiueaebe rnuaaebe lutcbe bristled brste < with Ulmge Ulmgehe rnc rncn rage rageA1 <
0 As a he bswung ewng swung past Plt a church churh near Lehigh Lehighavipo L LehighVftl 1llh 1llhJ
J avipo Vftl u e Buehtera Bu hlere club cuh struck slrck a woman womanef womln womlnide comans
ef s theside Ltto side ofthe of the head Hhe the aroJp dropped droppedwith droppedwith
with wit A scream crm of pain pin that that was henrd henrdfe her
1 4 fe ve 0 tha tH04 th s roar of fighting fghting A oyomg young man manawaog manI
I awaog g upon the steps atp etepst of f the church hur and andmid sndfl endztrsvolVCr
fl mid a ztrsvolVCr upn revolver volveI at uiiehlora head h d The TheMUM Thei Themisaed
i MUM 1 missedrand flsand misaed and the th young rlan man fired firedfain fr firedC
C fain n and again agin until untl his piltl pistol was wasI
5 I foot t policeman llmal leaped up the steps stepsnd stepahr4 steps4td
11 v vyjjr hr4 4td nd beat othe the youth uth don dOm ap n with his club clubSQtnnM clubCBr clubj
yjjr j 1c1ewa CBr SQtnnM tnn OUT OUTFencibles CU CUr CUTThe
r < The Ffcbe Fencibles meanwhile meanwhie were wer witl with withdrawing withrewing ¬
drawing by tmain main strength atrngtb from frm tho fight fightTty fght fightwere
1 Tty 4rlg were wer wane 10 than thn useless u leand and nobody nobY
luMw b It better bttr than thn themselves theye By Byone ones onesWl onestwos
Wl twos to they wrenched wrnche and dragged draggedfib
< fib th other othr out of the thi battering bttrlng drgg squirm lulrn squirml
l f 5 B ts and ad assembled umbl finally faly near ner the thefrom theNtt thebass
bass 8 from m which they the had hd marched marheB marheBh vso vsofight so sojitIIy
jitIIy jitIIyi Ntt
i h The fight continued cntlnued long longarter after they theyAll th thyeft y yA
A A1e teft teftfctt 8t All Al through the th crowd crwd men had ha hadL
f L drawn dn pistols pistolsthe pietolstUlet thrug
fcttdrawn ri 1U get the theL you youMrd youkz ou
fctt t Mrd kz tUlet d on every eyer side sldead and the next instant instantAjppvolver Instnt InstntaY9Iver InstantvoIver
> Ajppvolver voIver would let ietgo TO with lh abl a banK and andAJJttllet ad adra andp
ra p AJJttllet iL11ot et would go g whizTing hiznR toward t ar the theI
I Meant t or r one of o his hi sqund squndU atd atdb ecpdboy
U b boy named Francis JrDa Kolb olb was wa shot Ihot in inIMS Inade Inthe
the side ade ne He was wa carried out of the te jam jama Jametnthe jamstretched
a 4 stretched etnthe out cae on onthe the floor for of a drug drugMere drugr rg rgM
r Mere M Later Ltor an automobile autobie took tok him < to toth totit
th 1 Samaritan Smt Hospital Iplt
In the thick tIck of the fight fghtte fightthe the worst worstpossible wont worstpossible
possible Ible time for it to have hae appeared appearedOvrmantown ap appeareda appearedaGeraiantown r rGntwn
Ovrmantown Gntwn car ca rumbled rmble up The Te mob mobatHl mobal mobstill
still al fighting with Jct Buehlers Buehers mounted mountedmea munt
mea and ad a squad u of ffy fifty foot fot cops that thathd tbath thatr
r hd h been7 b been despatched dept from rrm City Hall Halltursed laU laUtu hailtueed
tursed its attention It attetion to t the car carWtadowa carlws cartWIndows
tu Wtadowa lws were wer smashed sm8he and nd bricks brickswhat brcka brckawt brickswent
what sailing Ule in one of them laying aylngout out a ap4Wcetnan aMca aMHeeman
p4Wcetnan who was 1 ae guarding gl rln the car clr Awprtdent A Areed Areed
Mca reed superintendent wprtdent of the te 1 P R T Low Lewfruith LW LowiILb
81 fruith iILb saw 8 the te policeman Plceman go godown down and andAred andI andrd
Ared I rd at t the te man m he thought though threw thrw tho thobfiok thok thoL
L bfiok k The bullet bulet struck strck a man ma named nampd nampdItr
1 Walter Itr Stead Btad in the te left let side just jUt below belowU blowtue Iow Iowhear
L r U tue a heart hear L Kolb may recover rover but Stead 61ea
pzI1aw DJTIUle iy wm aie aieSomebody umomebody I
Somebody omebody meby in the crowd crd shot John John1lgbea
Buhes Hughes in the abdomen Two To policemen plome policemenwere I I Iwero I
were carried cae out of the mob helpless from frombullet rrm rrmblet
blet bullet wounds woundsv woundsRIOTSRS ound I
It tW was nearly ntrly t clock oclok when the police policecot pbc policegot
1 cot control ontrl of the te streets Itret more perhaps perhapsMonusq prhp perhapsbcnus
Monusq e the te mob had hd spent epnt its It violence violencethan violenc violencethan
than t because bu the police were of sufficient sufficienttrtngth sucent sucentRt sufficientslcength
trtngth Rt to t beat bt p back bck the rioters rotr One Oneaw Oo Ooon Onesaw
aw on every hand hnd men menwlth with blood blo run runnteg runlrg runnieg
lrg nteg down their faces faO with damaged damagednoses
noses add atd arms as crippled cipple by bythe wthdmas the smashing
I 4 bjqws b f ofjcluba or club A dozen do n m mn n lmng were were ly
1 t ink ir ir senseless enlt in the street A woman womanran womanTall 01
I < ran r up U and down dow cursing curlng the police policeShe plc policeShe
i81 She had hd been n foolish folsh enough enouJh to t bring blng a acDtld actld acbld
cDtld ctld to the te place plac and nd tho to child cid had hd been beenhit beenlilt en eni
hit i accidentally al entl no doubt with w a club clubj
I j Market Mrket street was WI uproarious UprrOU with withtrouble withtraublo
trouble ble all al day dy much of it breaking brakng right rightbthe rght rghtt rightkt1the it
t Wta bthe heart hea of the city With Ith thousands thousandsof
I of holiday hoUdy strollers troler looking lokng on onThree onI onThree
Three cam er of the Lancaster lAnctr avenue avenuelube avenuewne avenuewre
I lube were beld blld up directly directy in I front of the thensding te teg theI
I nsding g < Terminal Terloal Three Thre policemen policemenFo plcm policemenFoster n nFtr
< Fo Ftr Foster tsr Labile L le rnd Fnd Callahan CII2 ran ra to toresone toresoue
1 < resone r ne the te motormen and conductors conductorsThe cnductrs cnductrsr
The r crowd crY hurled lurlt bricks brick and paving pavingscenes pving pavingeenes
i scenes a nea At t them tor knocked koked on onA policeman policemantohis plcmr policemanthis
this thl knees kn 1 and Ind cut cut open opn the cheek chek of ofaftethsr
11 t aftethsr ater In the to von VA of the mob wes WC en enOH e
t OH 0 mart ma HI He was W4 nipped nl pd between btween a atralley attjey
tralley t sy car cr and and a big hi delivery dllfer wagon waln while whilebeth whle whilel
i 1 l beth b were in motion ioton His He side ade was waacrushed 14 wascrushed
crushed and ad he was wa dead ded when they tey lifted lfe liftedhim
i him to th sidewalk There
ht t t Tre was wa nothing nothingoo nothlnl nothingoethe
< orhe oo oethe the body by bodybywhich by which whic hecould hcouhibeiientlfld be blrtntf Hentlftod
j I < It was w certain crti early erl in the day dy that that th thusual the thef thusual
f usual Uul force forc of policemen lcmen that had been beenstationed ben beenI
I I stationed atlone along ao Market street atret would not notbci ot otI
I bci b equal to the emergency emergenc Reserves Reservesware Resres Resrese Reservesapre 10t 10tequAl
ware e called U on until tnU tb tbe street strt for many may
I 1 blocks bJokl was w lie lined with bluecoats bluecoatsEvery bluects bluectsEver bluecoatsEvery
Every Ever fifteen fftln minutes minut a tight fght started startedajid stmd startedaitd
ajid d usually Uualy the policemen plcemfn were wre driven dlvon
hack bik They had orders 1 not to shoot Ibt un u ¬
less 1 they the were wer knocked knoke ore down dow or in real realdanger
dger dgerACTOS
I bften the only way the theatret street was wascleared wasclrd wsjcleared
cleared clrd and a way ay made mde for forthe the cars cl waby 1 wa
by driving a ple police automobile autmobil full ful tilt tiltI
I I Into the crowd crwd You YOI yo heard bear the th hammer hamer hameri tt ttI
i lag of the gong up toward Broad rod street streetand ftret ftretj Streetad
j and the next minute you would see se a
h h4 hsavy avy truck automobile automoblo Jstdod I vltlpolicemen wil vltl wa1policemen
policemen lomen coming cmlnj at a twenty mile mie an anf annbur
f hbr hour clip clp The plan never nevtr failed rallpdto Ialledto to work
The T rioters rotere got out Olt of the theway way In a hurry hur worl
Occasionally Olonaly the tbl policemen plctmen reached rAache Out ut I
Z with Uh ihMtTllck a qlick quIci 8n snatch And < l gathered there Into the theflCSth1Pmen
v n1eMethey flCSth1Pmen or the Jj fighting fghtng JPfn they had spotted spted < as leaders I leadersv ader I
There Tere were two na nty nasty ty fights later In
515 afternoon ateroon at Third Thir ancf and flhts Market Mrke latr and andi
i X <
at Tenth Tent and nd Market bct At AtNiath Ninth Nint street Itt the thaColumbia tbeClumba theColumbia
Columbia Clumba aVenu a nu cars er make mke a turn tu north northword nort northward
< word and afd there terto tho stone atno throwers trer were wereposted werepte wereposted
posted pte a strongly etrngly Two strikers dragging dragginga
a hurdygurdy hurygry were wer the atrkerdrggng atrkerdrggnga centre cntr of this thisoutbreak tis tisoutbrk thisoutbreak
outbreak outbrk until untl the police ple smashed amhe the thehand tbehnd thehand
hand hnd organ with wit their clubs oub and arrested arrestedthe ast
the volunteer voluntermuelclan musicians musiciansA I
A car c turned ture the te corner orerand and there tor was wasa wasarh
a arh rush rue M wreck 1reklt vrockIt lt < The police p1 charged chargedten I
ten tn strong ItMnc and clubbed clubbe right lght and cr < let1 left loftThe leftThe
The Te result Ieut of this tis and other otor riots rot was that thatservice tbt thateervioe I
service ltrvlo slackened slackene on Market JUarot street Itret until untilby unt untilby
by evening evenng there was scarcely a car cr to tobe tobe tobe
be seen seenBijt aen seensix
six 8 cars Or were er wrecked wrcke and ten persons personswere perne pernewer personswere
were wer hurt hur In a I series sere of fghts tght between btwen the therioters therotr therioters
rioters rotr and the police I and the te nonunion nonunionmen nonunlonm
men m that tht took t pla place near ner Sixtieth SlxteU and andMarket andMarket andMarket
Market streets Itr Several Sver houses hous are ar going goingup gin ginup
up nearjpy ntr and andpl piles of building buUdng material materialgave mtrial mtrialgve materialgave
gave the troublemakers trublemaker all the ammuni ammunition ammunition ¬
te al ammun
tion gve they needed neededOLICK nee neededPOLIcSDRAw
Every Ev EViT fear a r that came Cme along was was bom bombarded bombre bornbarded ¬
barded bre r until untl tla the windows windowl were broken brokenand broke brokenand
and the passengers driven drie out ot Several Severalloyal Sverl Sverlloyal Severalloyal
loyal employees ps4ger of the P 1 R T were werecaught wer werecaught
caught CUgh and ad beaten btn before bfor tho police policerescued plc policerescued
rescued rue them tem The TI worst wort lflght fght in that thatsection tha thatsection
section occurred late lt in the afternoon afternoonand atron atronant
and aton ant it took ik ocur thirty tin policemen poilcemenwith lcemen with drawn drawnrevolvers drAw drawnrevolvers
revolvers rvolver to awe the mob The minute minutethe minut
the te policemen plceme had disappeared dllpre with n nload 1 aload
load lod of prisoners prlsonerthe prieonersthe the crowd reassembled reassembledand nseble
and rolled rle logs log beams bms barrels brrl barrelsany barrelsanything any anything ¬
thing thlnl they could ould get their teir hands h ds on onnd onndbricde onand onandbarricaded and andbarricaded
barricaded bricde tey the tracks As a result relt the therapid therapid therapid
rapid transit trat company gave up the job jobof Jobor jobof
of running rlnacN nmnlngcare cars cmPny on otht onthat that line lne as I hopeless hopelessThere hoples hoplesTbere hopelessThere
There were wel downs ot other vicious viciousencounters vlcoua vlcouaencuntr viciousencounters
encounters encuntr throughout the day in which whichheidswere whichhe1da whichbeads
heidswere beads we were broken brken and In which the po police 1mlcshowe police ¬
lice lcshowe showed to t no no particular prlclar advantage advantageIt advantacnoulda
It noulda would beawaste waete at of time tm > and space to toenumerate t toentimerate
enumerate enumert or describe describ the smaller ImAler riots riotsThey rots rotsThey riotsThey
They were wer alike alke as peas p and had hd the thesame theMme thesame
same result resultThe rul resultThe
The disorder dlordr was ws less 1M extended xhmde coy covered cv cver coyerect ¬
erect much less le territory Urrltor than on the thetwo thetwo thetwo
er two days before bfort because bCIU8 the RapldTran RapldTransit RpldTrn RpldTrnfit
sit fit Company Cmpny restricted rstrlcU its It operation oprton ma materiallv ma materlallr
teriallv tral when It sent lnt cars car put this morn morning mor morning ¬
ing If f It had continued cntnue to run rn all al the thelines thelne thelines
lines lne that were operating yesterday the therioting theriotng therioting
rioting riotng would have IaT been bon far more mor wide widespread widefp widespread ¬
spread fp d and violent than thn it wan wanTERRITORT WR WRTERRITORY wasTERItITORT
Acting AcUnlon on a tip tp from frm Mayor Hey Reybur Iteyburn Iteyburnit burn burnit
it is generally nely supposed the company companya companyassisted
a assisted leted < the authorities supps to the best bst ompny ompnyalatN of its itsability It itsability
ability abity in limiting lmitng the territory teritor that thatpolice tbat tbatplc thatpolice
police had la to cover ver It sent Ient no cars carsout car careout
out plc from the Fraakford Fraukford and Huntingdon Huntingdonstreet Hutngdon Hutngdonst Hunt ingdon ingdonstreet
street st t barns br The Richmond and Al Allegheny AIleglen AlIeheny ¬
leglen legheny lines InM were wer dead ded No cars er ran ranfrom ranfm ranfrom
from fm the thI Third ThIr street strt and Wyomingavenu Wyoming Wyomingavenue Wyomingavenue
avenue ham bmsSota Not a wheel wbel turned on onthn onth onthe
the th Tenth 1eQth and ad J IJleventh evnth street strt lines lineswhich lne lineswhich
which are an trunk trnk lln line and the Fifth Fih and andSixth ad adSix andSixth
Sixth Six h street str t lines line were out of service serviceAfter sric servIceAfter
After the big riot Jer at atOerantw Oermantown and andLehlgh andlblgh andLehIgh
Lehlgh AUr avenue av nue the Rapid Rpid Transit Com Company CompY Cornpay ¬
pay gave up th9fiKfat theflt the figit in in that tat territory territoryAs tritor
As pY te s e l consequence CISleoc a alarg large territory teritr north northof norh norhof
of Market street Ilt and east et of Broad Brd was waawithout Whwthut wasI
I without e earn Il U afternoon afternoonThe aftron aftronThe
The net result rdtof of the days turmoil turoi as asmay aamay asI
I may readily rdiy bn b seen sn waa a distinct gain gainfor gsinfor gainfor
for th thf the strikers ItIIM They fhe ef wer were not only onlyable onlyablf onlyable
able ablf to cut ct off ol car cr service Benlc wer from frm immense immenseterritories Immenf immenseterritories
territories but but they forced for the P 1 R T Tto TtcnfH Tto
to tcnfH confess that without wihout more mon assistance assistancefrom asslstanc nssistancefrom
from frl theauthorities the authorte authorities little ltteculd could be b done doneThis doneThis doneThis
This Ie interpreted nterrte by persons accurately accuratelyInformed accntty accnttyInformttb accuratelyinformed
Informed Informttb to 1t mean men that tht prns unions ul a sufficient aeumcientnumbr sufficientnumber sufficientnumber
number numbr of trained trine State Stte troops tr are ar called calledinto cle calledinto
into the Ulefgbt flghtt the Philadelphia Phiaephla Rapid RapidTransit Rpid RpidrastCQmpany IialdTransit
Transit Company stands atndsa a good lo show of ofbeing ofbing ofbeing
being bing rastCQmpany licked lcke There Ther is I no doubt doubtit at all allthat al il ilthat
that the tbetrk iheutrikere Strikers r have got g t the upper uppr hand handat lnd lndaththour
at aththour aththourI this hour hourCALL hourCi1O1
Nobody Sob y was 1 much surprised when whenMayor whenMayor whenMayor
I Mayor feyburannounce Iteyburn announced aurrlat tonight tnight that thatwith thatwlh thatI
I with wlh Sheriff RhmIf Sh rifT OIIHUan Gllllr h hhr he had drawn up upand up10d iPfland
and 10d signed an appeal to Gov 00 Stuart Stuartfor Htlrt Htlrtror
for the lgt calling 1ng of 0 oi the th National Guard GuardIn Ouard OuardIn
In sufficient sumcient number nuiLitrepre to repress disorder disorderthe dlarer dlarerThe
the Mayor qualified qualfe his announcement announcementbv announcemet announcemetbv
bv saying that tht he was not ready redy yet yetto ye yetto
to forward fOFJr yng the apperl appl to the He Governor GovernorV Oonror OonrorWeIoounle GovernorWowoituntese
IW WeIoounle Wowoituntese V woQt unless the situation Ituaton becomes becomesworse bomes bomeswor become3worse
worse than it Is now he e said eld But Butwe Hut Uutwewill
we wewill wor will ta go BheaU ahe3U arid td get everything gt evo ng ready readyso
so 8 that 1hstlf if a ifc Is I necessary nr to t call loutthe loutthemita out the themilitia themilitia
militia no time tme will wi be b Ion lst I had a awith talk talkwith talkwith
with Gov Gv Stuart Sturt this afternoon atJnon ternoon and he hetold hetold hetold
told roe that tlat if Il 1 required require the services servicesof sprvce sprvceor
of th4 thi National atinal Guard he would give givnevery dv dvever giveevery
every consideration cn8derton to any anycmmunlc communica communication commitnicatlon ¬
ever tion I might mltht send lendhlm him on the thelbJet thelbJetI subject subjectIf
ton sIf If I wo 10 need n the thernIiItIajt militia mita It is my myinten myintention inten intention Intn Intnton ¬
tion to t bring brng to the city the entire entr 10000 10000soldiers 110 IQ0COsoldIers
soldiers ton dor of the theavallble available force forceFOR for torceroe <
long this thll lIne ln Prident President Kruger Krpr of ofthe Qrth ofthe
the th P R T Ttent cent a letter JetrtoMror Ietterto to Mayor Revburn 1 Rev flayburn
blm burn cantly cantlyx this evening which reads rJ signifi significantly alrll alrllcnty aignlficantly ¬
x I cnty The company is LI In na a position to t render renderreasonably rnder rnderr renderreneonably
mpY service pton notwith notwithstanding potwithstanding
reasonably r adequate adeut src 10hrt ¬
standing nbl the th t strike tke if not prevented prvent by byrioting byrong byrioting
fdig rioting rong mobs mob and violence violec The Te rioting riotinganri rotng rotngat riotingtad
tad at disorder direrof of the last lat few days dy are ar due duonot dueot duepot
not ot to t the fact that tt we < have hve failed faie to t run runcars r runcars
cars cn but t to the fact fa that tht we w1ve hive hsverun hsverunthem run runthem r
them themJEvery themI
I tem temETer Every ETer day dt we have hve had hdcrw crews ready rady to totake t totake
take ke out additional IdiUonl cars o had hd there tr been beenjifflcient tn tncent beenAufficient
jifflcient policemen to accompany them themand themand
cent plcmttl am tem temaDd
and insure hiur protection prtt O n Nevertheless N VEi wo woAte were
Ate re reedy to t continue ctnU our ou ourpubilo public publo eeM eeMredy service serviceertm eero serviceeren
ertm e your with wt approval approvalAt approvalme these the results reu if INhis this < moot mo with withyour wt withyour
At tne to name Ime time se ve e feel that tht the thepeace theCof thepeace
peace At Cof of the th city cit and the satetvnf lfetv of its itscitizen itsti itscltiens
citizen ti < In I the first frt consideration Cdlderdun and andunder ad aduder andunder
under uder your yorlrl particular lr car an and thtrr thtrrfore tbnrfor thtnfore
for fore tour actions acion in tho matter mat should shouldl buld buldhe
l he e In the present prlnt exigency xlJenc submitted submittedto cubmltt
to your npprovril tlproy llmd and that that the question questionof quston qustonor
of whether whethtr oqi < service rrvlce tbuuld be b tempor temporarily umpr umprlrly temporariiy ¬
arily to lrly your 1 < lnlrperde4L rur decision decisionVo del > ended nde on onWo should shoul be b mibmltted mibmlttedto tubmltw tubmltwto
Vo Wl therefore therefor ttrito rit to ask ak lOU > ou your yourinstructions yourIntrciOIJ yourIfltrUCtIOflhl
instructions IntrciOIJ us I to the continued ontnue operation operationof o rton rtonof
of our lines Ina In I whole wholor or In II part prt and will willbe wi willbe
be guided cnldf br the name
George GorJ II Harle president riidentof of the th1RI th1RIEtt Real RealKitate RealEatateTruat
Kitate Ett EatateTruat Trust TrUt Company Compny and a city repre representative rtprelenttv reprosentative ¬
sentative on the board br of f directors dirctor of ofthe ofth orth
lenttv <
the th Philadelphia Plladelphi Rapid Rpid Transit Trnsit Raid to toTUB toTnl toTue
TUB Tnl Sutf BUNtonlght tonight that tt n civil civl war not nota
a strike Jtrlke U i going jolnl on o in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThe Phildelphi
The Te sword wor has h been bn wrested wrMt from frm the theState theStt theState
State Stt said Mr 111 En Erle Earle He and tho Stito Stitomust 6 eto etomust t
must mUt get jt it back Laws lws and Ind authority authorityare authoritar
are ar usurped suspended < Upndo by flying fTingmobs fTingmobsI mobs mobsIt
It I is ulurp really Ily pitiful pltrul ItIru Under Uner the circum circumstances circm circmItncalt circumstances ¬
stances Itncalt It Is I no use Ue talking tlklnc of arbitration arbitrationYou arbitrton arbitrtonYoucn arbitrationYoucanL
You Youcn cant arbitrate arblt arbitatewhen twhn when the Govern Governmerit Gver Governmeat
merit met ordained ordaine by the te people la I to t govern governor aover
or that tht ordained ordie by Pratt Ptt Pple of Detroit Dtroit In Into I It Isto
to t govern You cant arbitrate arbitrat anarchy onarchvI anarhy anarhyI
I warned ware ivm Pratt trt that tbat1 thiltif If he h ordered ord a strike strikeoe etrlkete
oe te mould 1ould be b bending adic nany tAf n joor or fellow fellowto lelow lelowt
to t his hil death dft and look lok at at the thi blood blod that thatban thathvtheenebed hatllo
ban llo hvtheenebed hvtheenebedI been shed shedI ebe
I believe bleve in organized orgnlzd d labor labr but noth nothing nothin nothlog ¬
log in discredits dl hlt U i so much as a leadership leadershipwhlohi leerhlp leerhlpwhc leadershipwhlchiplaoes
whlohi whc whlchiplaoes places plo the te power of organization organizationahead oreanlzton oreanlztonuhed
ahead uhed of the happiness hPfness pwr of men The Thesentiment Thelntment Thesentiment
sentiment lntment grows row all 11 the time tim that If the theorganization theorRalztion theorganization
organization orRalztion < of trolley trlemen men is i to mean meanconstant meA meanconstant
constant cntt disorganization dlsor aIZtonof of business buainel and andthe andthe andthe
the transportation tr rton and comfort cmfor of a amillion 0 amillion
million milon and ad a abat half of people the fight flghthad flht flhthd fighthad
all al had hd better betr bo b fought to t pple an end once onc for forall foral forall
Pratt Pratt was wasr released leas from the City Hall Hallprison Hal Hailprison
prison today tdy In inbonds < bonds of S3000 10 He was wasarraigned wasaraigned wasarraigned
arraigned araigned before Magistrate Ueaton atn on oncharges oncnarpe oncharges
charges conspiracy cnarpe cnpirucy of rioting rotng inciting Incitng tgetrate to t riot rot and andconspiracy ad adcnpirucy andconspiracy
Pratt Prat was around arund all af a aflame terno ro on and late lateInto lte lteInto lateInto
Into the night nght making makng speeches aphelln In car carbarns carhms carbarns
barns hms cheering chernl up his army of strikers strikersand strker
and telling felng them that the company was waslicked waslcke waslicked
licked lcke already alry
The company reported rep t d late tonight tnllht that tat
295 29 1 oars c conpn were wrecked wrked during urlng the day day and ad azd3o0
3000 30 windows smashed amshed It I added aded a acurious acurou acurious I
curious news newlnot note in the report lport that the theIsnotanother 3 1
is curou Isnotanother not another anoter pan of ofglas glae glass of the size sizethey alzether sizethey
they require r ulr for pne car windows cwlndoa to t be b bought boughtin bght bghtIn
in the thewboleoIty whole city Vnti Until the glass com companies compties cornpaIee ¬
panies pties stock tk up the cars car will wl wiUhave have to be besent b besent
sent ent out panels panelsSTRIKE pne pne1TllE paneees paneeessTalks
On account accunt of ofthe the strike there tenws was wa no noperformance noprforrc noperfornadce
performance prforrc jt at Hammersteins Bammertelna Phila Philadelphia Phla Phlaephla Philadeiphia ¬
delphia ephla Opera O Oprh1ouee r House louse tonight tnlght The T bill billwas bi billwas
was Cavailena Cava ena Kusucana Ruscn and andag Iag
llaccl it Iacd but it I was thought wisest wllst to t cancel cncl cancelTheatres
itTheatre O Theatre Teatrea generally geleraly were affected alecte by the thepoor thepOr thepoor
poor pOr transportation tranaprtaton facilities facites since sinc whole wholesections wholeeectona wholesections
sections eectona of ortbeclty the city were cut ct or off from the thecentre thecntrJ thecentres
centre cntrJ j There were a luth number of balls ballsand bla blaInd balland
and Ind it was 18 no uncommon uncmmo thing tlnc for women womenIn woe
In II evening evelnc dress des to walk three thr or o four fourmiles fo four1mlles
1 1mlles miles for fo the evening eeg fun fu fud
< < d 1 u 11itji J6
IIAtt IUI ItI A t SEXSE S OF IIVVOI IIVVOIIlfy IlJlm IlJlmlecmlrM IfMOflVie1tdnitrrs
Ilfy lecmlrM < lnilrrj the th ttrit rt Presidents lrJdlnla Nklll Hkllr In InBrldclnc InBridging
Bridging Dlsirnilon 111tnalon a as 1 1nl lne nr of Ills IllsUncut ntlfinnt tileFInest
Uncut qualities Cltaltl QiialltletlA A Unman luman Man ManHl Mkllod lln llnCeo
Ceo < Hl < Farmer First Con C Coi4serateflhlt Coi4serateflhltPreeldent odtranonlt odtranonltPresident er alonUt alonUtPresident
President Tuft Tat told a little ltle of what wht ho hothought hothougt hothought
thought of President Preiden Washington WaBhingtn last lastevening IRstevenlnR lastevening
evening thougt and a 0 little ltte of what ho h thought thoughtabout thoulbt thoulbtfbut thoughtabout
about fbut George Grle Washington W8hlngtt the man mln man4 Mr MrTaft MrTaft 11
Taft was wa talking tlking to about abut seventyfive seventyfivemembers seventyfivemembers ventynvemembr
members membr and guests gtltS of the th Society Scety of the theCincinnati theCincinat theCIncinnati
Cincinnati Cincinat in the th State of New ew Jersey Jerseywho Jery Jerywho Jerseywho
who were dining at the Plaza PlazaPresident Plz PlazaPresident
President Taft expressed himself as askeenly askeenly
Prldent Taf nprss hmslfu hmslfukeply
keenly keply curious curoa to know whether Wash Washington Wah WahIngtn Washington ¬
ington Ingtn had hd a sense of humor He le also nlsodeclared nll nlldoclrd alsodeclared
declared doclrd his admiration amlmton for the first frt Presi Presidents Prl Prldent Presidentp ¬
dents statesmanship attmanblp He II referred rferr to towhat t twht towhat
what wht Washington Wlhlngtn had hd accomplished acmplho in inhis Inh Inhis
his h two terms tera to the te political pltc disaffec disaffection dI81 disaffectlon o oton ¬
tion which marred his hi second acnd term and andto andto andto
ton marr
to his work worin in securing rnl for the Federal FederalGovernment Foerl FoerlGvemmen FederalGovernment
Government Gvemmen sufficient sfcent authority authort to t carry carryon cr carryonib
on onh the business buslne of government governmentMr goverment govermentMr
Mr Taft aft was introduced Intrducd by the presi presidentgeneral prei preidentgeneral presidentgeneral ¬
dentgeneral dentgeneral of the te society acety Winslow WinslowWarren WinslowWfrrn WinslowWarren
Warren Wfrrn who said Iald that tt the Cincinnati Cincinnatiwere Cincnnt
were wer proud to have as their guest juest the thesuccessor thesuccer thesuccessor
successor of Washington Washngtn and that tht a memo member memobl xnemher ¬
succer her bl fcf f the Cincinnati Cincinnat was wa President Prsident of ofthe ofte ofthe
the United States
Stte today
te When he arose arOe to speak spk President Prfldent Taft Taftsaid Taftsid Taftsaid
said sid he was WI very ver sorry Irr that tat the te president presidentgeneral prldcnt presidentgeneral
general Kenerl had not given him certain crbin advice adviceof adYc
of which Mr Warren Warn had spoken epken because becauseMr becus
Mr Taft Tar said Ild he would have hve been bn glad gladto Rladto
to receive Tcive It particularly prtcularly in view vie of an anIncident anIncident anincident
Incident that Mr Warren Warrn had related rlat to tohim tohim tohim
him Mr Warren Warn had told tld him he said saidof uldof saIdof
of having hving been ben presented plente to t him at the theOhio te teOhio theOhio
Ohio Societyameetingasanantiimperial Societyameetingasanantiimperialist asan ¬
Setys meetng anUlmprlal anUlmprlal1st
1st from frm Boston who had voted vote for him himTaft himcTar himITatt
Taft > and had not yet regretted rgrte it I This Thisthe Tis TisI Thisthe
the President Prsident Bald would have made the thepresidentgenerals theIIrsldent theresldefltgeflernl8
I presidentgenerals IIrsldent eneml advice advic something somethingwhich amctlng amctlngwhch somethingwhich
which to him h m the President Pr ld nt would have havebeen haveI
I I been valuable valubl te Continuing Mr Taft Taftsaid Taf TaftI
I said ld
I saidI I want to express unrll my sincere thanks thak
for being bing made an a honorary hcn rar member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Society Sciety of the te Cincinnati Cinclnnt I am espe especially ep espedaIly ¬
daIly calygla glad that tat I have been bn taken tken in by bythe bytbe bythe
the New Jersey Cincinnati Cincinnat for I come comefrom comefrm comefrcm
from frm Cincinnati enclnnat Jerer which was settled tle under undera
a patent from New Jersey Jer and I havent haventthe havet havettbe
the pt slightest doubt that the city cty where I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was born hrnanddrle bernand and dragged out a sooty lt ex existence exlatnc axistence ¬
istence latnc until tmt 1 went to t the Philippines Philippinestook Pblpplne
took tk its 11 name nae from this thil Society Sety of the theCincinnati theClncnoat theCincinnati
member memberI membr Cincinnati Clncnoat of which now no I am a an honorary honorarymember honorar honorarymember
I Intended Intende to prepare prpar what GOT GOTGriggs Gv GvOngg forfjgg
Griggs Ongg here her herewould would call cal an a oration Isome Isomelaughs some somelaughs lme lmelaUlhs
laughs at Gov Gv Griggs Grgg until unti Iwas 1 was told toldthat toldthat toldthat
laUlhs that it wasnt t necessary And An then I Iwas Iw Iwas
was w reminded i of noer the girl girlwhoasked who ho asked her hermother hermothr hermother
mother rminde when whln she went to dancing dncing ase school schoolwhether schoolwhether hol holwhettr
whether whettr she Ihe should Iould keep time with wih the themusic themUlicor themusioor
music mUlicor musioor or with wih the boys bya adding that tat the theboys thebYI theboys
boys bYI didnt ddnt keep time tme to the music So S I Iwondered Ionder Iwondered
wondered onder whether I should Ih te uld keep kep time timewith tme tmewith timewith
with the boys by or with the music muao of those thoseorations tho thosebrationg
orations ortion 8o 8 > many of which Gov Gv Qriggs Qriggshas Orggs Orggsh
has h delivered on these th patriotic occasions occasionsI olon o caaionsI
I I deUver dont know any anyone one so 10 much entitled entitledto enttle I
to come together on Washingtons WasWngtl Birth Birthday Bir Birthday ¬
day t cme and IDd togther celebrate clebrte his real rl life lfe and real realcharacter rl rlchrctr realcharacter
character chrctr as the Ue members membr of the te society societywhich sooletywhich societywhich
which he organized orgnizd from frm among the men mento mento mento
to whom seven leven years yer experience exprienc In war wartogether war wartgetherhad wartogether
together tgetherhad had made a companionship cmpnonslp the theroost themOt themost
roost mOt dear dearYou der derYou dearYou
You have heard of what Robert Rbr G GInsersoll GInrU Ginersoli
Insersoll said sid saidabout about abut Lincoln Lincln being big a living livingman Ivlnc Ivlncma
man ma to people pople to whom George Oerge Washing Washington Wlhlng Wlhlngto Washingtonwas ¬
ton to tonwas was 1 only oly a steel stelensvlng engraving I Ianot cannot cannotthink cannotthink
think think that that comparison could ould come cme to tothe t tothe
the tbemind mind of any anyone cmpris one who bad ha r read Wash Washingtona W8b W8bkgonsprnal Washltigtons ¬
ingtona kgonsprnal personal history hitor Fortbatbrnl For thst thatbrings thatbringshimbefore brings bringshim
him hibfor himbefore before ones one eyes not only as a entitled entitledto entte
to the deepest respect fpt and admiration admirationbut amirton amirtonbut
tothedelt but attracting aUrhDI the tbewaret thewarmest warmest affection affectionHe aelon aelonHe
He was wa not so 8 brilliant brlat an alme some of those thosewho thos thosewho
who surrounded surude and ad cooperated opat with withhim wth wthhim withhim
him yet yet he was Wone wnone one who wbostehe stood head and andshoulders nd ndeboulr andshoulders
them all of ofhis ofhia ofhis
shoulders eboulr above abovetem abovethem al by reason resn
his patriotism his conquest cnquet of self his hispersistency hispristcy hispersistency
persistency pristcy ptriotem and ad a bredt breadth of conception conceptionthat cncpUon cncpUontt
others othersIt other others1twaslnhis that tt exceeded eEce the qualities qulte of nil al the theothers theother theothers
It It 1twaslnhis < was wa In his two two terms ter in I the Presi Presidency PrOI PrOIdec Presldoncy ¬
dency dec that he brought out ot the character characterthat characer characerthat characterthat
that that 1 11k like to contemplate cnteplate Ho H bad ha to tomake t tomake
make the Government Goyerment and ad through all allthe a athe allthe
the trials tral of his hi Administration Admlnlltrto thrug It was 18 his hisguiding h hisguIding
guiding hand that tht led 1 to t success auC And Andborder Andhaer Andharder
border haer gldiDr than M to t bear bar was WR the dissension dissensionin dlnion dlnionI
in I his hi Cabinet Cbinet and ad the political pltcl disaffec disaffection diMfe disaffectionof ¬
tion tionof of the later years yean of his hi Admlnisr Administra Administration ¬
tion tonof yet he he maintained maintaine through thrugh It all ahis ahispc his hisprogress hisprogress
too progress re along the line lie he had hd marked markedout mke
out pc for himself himsel making mallgthe the Union Unionstronger Uniontrongr Unionstronger
stronger giving it a currency and credit creditfor crit creditfor
trongr Yng
for the tune tue of need ne establishing ltblahll an anarmy a anarmy
army and above all al givig giving to the central centralGovernment cntrl cntrlOoymment centralGovernment
ay Government Ooymment an authority uthorty that enabled enabledIt enable
It when it became be necessary ner to suppress suppressthe suppr
the tbewbiskey whiskey rebellion rebellionMora reblon reblonMortn rebellionMoretbau
Mora Mortn Moretbau than any y man mn in history hlskrhe he pur pursued pureued pursued ¬
sued the golden mean men He had no ear earto eart earto
to t the th ground listening lstnig to t the te popular popularacclaim ppular ppularacclllm popularacclaim
acclaim acclllm truth truthI but he led le tho people pople on to t the thetruth te tetut thetruth
tut truthshould I should like Uk < to t have hve known 101 him to tofind t tofind
find out If he didnt ddnt have hv a sense aens of humor humorIhoro humor1huo humorIhereinoevldencoofltifl
Ihoro Ihereinoevldencoofltifl is no nldencof ldenco of it in hiswriting hiswritingI hil tn
I Jjiow ow that that be knew ke how to t swear c v When rhnte Whenthe hen henthe g
the occasion denuded demded I know low that th4t he hohad hehad hehad
te had ooon the passion of a ama nan 1 llow know that tat he hehad hehad hehad
had to the plon w wIAknu8u < > aknee < a of human humn nature natureBut Itlre ItlreBut natureBut
But he bed hed the courage curJ to t suppress supprM them themHo tbpmHo them1e
Ho wi wet te a 1 good ood farmer and andfhe the first firstconservationist frt frtconsrvatonllt firstconeeryaUonlet
conservationist He lleknew knew the value of ofmoney ofmoney
consrvatonllt te
money < and did not notpartwlth part with it carelessly Itcrelely Itcrelelyet carelesslyYet I I
Yet et he gave his bl services rvit to tbft thlarmy army of ofthe of ofthe
the United Vnlt States Stte not overcharging ntovcrchlng but butohrrRlag butchrlnj butoirnrglng
ohrrRlag accurately his hl expenses epels A Arood Aod Acood
chrlnj rood od example for a President Predent of the theUnited theUnited
United Unite States Htat especially especialy a man whose whosepatrimony wbol whosepatrimony I
patrimony was as large as ahl his I dont dontsy dontIY dontwIy
sy ptrmoly Laughter LaughterPresident that that1 I favor it I fr f or all al Presidents PresidentsLaughter Pe PreeidentetLauahter1 ident
Lugltrl President Campbell CnmpbelPeldentGeneTal CnmpbelPeldentGeneTalWlr PresidentGeneral PresidentGeneralWarren President Genal GenalVarren
Warren Wlr n and Secretary ctry Imlay were among amongthe amongih60the amonghe
the ih60the other rpeakers teaer c I
M >
lie l Hopes lopt to no i i InNcwsrk tBNfark Today Tea > by byAutomobile byAutom byAutomoblteAiilil
Automobile Autom AutomoblteAiilil bte Atalili Ids Politics PoliticsPreiident Poltt PolttPe PoiItIcsPre1clent <
Preiident Pe ldent Taft Tat reached rache New York ork a atittle antobf aflttlobef6re
tittle ntobf flttlobef6re before re S oclock oclokyosteryatoron oclokyosteryatoronaftr yesterday y sterdayaflornoon sterdayaflornoonafter afternoon afternoonafter
after aftr an uneventful unventul trp trip from Washing WashingtonWith Waahlnj Washington ¬
tonWith in ton bWith With tho exception cxcptonof of Capt Cpt A AW AWButt AWButt W WButt
and Assistant Mlschlcr Mlschlcrho
Butt Aqlslnt Secretary cretr r rho
ho TV W8 was as unattended unttnde On O the trip trp over he hedictated hedlct hedictated
dictated dlct a few letters let r but spent spnt most mostof most mostof
of the tbt thetIme time resting restingAt Jtng JtngAt r stlnjAt
At Jersey City C rit t thePresldent the Peslden t was waaltc greeted greetedby
by William Wiim Potter Pottr former Ambassador Ambassadorto Ambaedor Ambaedorto
to Italy Itly and a member mmbr of the th Society Rlety of
the Cincinnati Cncnnt and aO former Governors Goveror lovernorsjohn lovernorsjohnw John JohnW JohnW
W Griggs nrgg and Franklin Frankln Murphy Murpy of New Newfercy Newerloy NowJersoy
Jersoyln fercy fercyIn erloy erloyIn
In Manhattan ltnhattn he was wa driven diven from the theTwentythird te tewentytlrc theTwentythird
Twentythird wentytlrc street trt ferry lerr to t the home of ofhis ofhi ofhis
his hi brother Henry Henr W Taft Tat In West WestFortyeighth WestFortyeighth est estForylght
Fortyeighth Forylght street rt Before Dfore he entered enteredthe fntrd fntrdthe
the house hou he congratulated cnltult local lol Chief ChiefFlynn Cer CerFynn ChiefFlynn
Flynn Fynn of tho secret 10t service arlc for hi his good goodwork go g gwork
work In capturing cpturng and having hvng convicted convictedthe cnvicte
the theltlin Italian counterfeiters countreltr who were wer sen sentenced eentfno sentenced ¬
tenced to the Atlanta Athnt penitentiary nltntlr a I few fewdays fewdy fewdays
days tfno ago Chief Cef Flynn nn was ws a bit ember embarrassed ombr ombrrs embermsed ¬
dy rassed alo by the Prciidents Pddente praise but bore boreup br boreup
up u nobly noblyThe noblyTe noblyThe
The Te President Psident dined din with Ith his he hi brother brotherand brotherand brotherand
and received reclTcd no political plticl viiitors vlltr He Hemade Hemadelt
I made mde madelt it known kown before bfor leaving I Washing Washington aehlngtn ¬
ton tn that tht he intended Intne to keep kep away awy frompJtc1 from frompolitical frompolithl
political subject aubJecl while whie on this tl trip tip and andin an andin
in consequence cnuenc saw IW none of the Repub Republican Rpub Rpublcn Republican ¬
lican lcn party leaders yesterday yestrdy He lpnt lpntthn spentthe spent spentthe
the night pry at his hs brothers brothersThe brotherThe
The President Peident will wl leave I ave New Nn York Yorkthis Yorkthis Yorkthis
this afternoon for Newark N J where wherehe wherohe
he will wl aferon bo b the guest gest of the Newark lewark ewerk Board Boardof Bor
of Trade Tre at a banquet bnquet tonl tonIghtAccording tonight tonightAccording ht htAcrln
According Acrln to the present prnt < plan Mr l Taft Taftwill Tat Tatw Taftwill
will w make the trip to Newark in an a auto automobile automobie automobile ¬
mobile mobie Former Forer Governor Oovsror Murphy of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Jersey Jerey suggested SUlote to the President Presidentsome prident pridentsome
time that thathe he ought to
some ago tbathe go over overon overon overon
on the Jersey Je alo side and take tke a look lok around aroundfrom aroundfrom aroundfrom
from an a automobile automobie window windowAfter windo windowAfter
After Aftr the banquet bquet the President Prclient will willreturn 11 Willreturn
return rtur to Jersey JersyCtty City and board br his hl pri private prln prisate ¬
sate n car cr which whic will 1 be b attached atte to t a late latetrain latetri latetrain
train tri He will wi reach Washington early
rac Wahlan
tomorrow tDor morning mori morirl morninghJll
rl hJll cJI o j < l S S
IIIml FJUIIT fIGIT FIb71U7lI trim 1J11 rsrro SUEt11laontrlnap sts1z7Prisoner rsrroPrisoner
Prisoner 1laontrlnap Bnaps Ilandruir ladtura Trying to Get lrtGun CdoUCfla GetPellcepias
Pellcepias oUCfla Gun GunFeb GU GusPnovuetcx
pIIVVECK Pnovuetcx Feb ob 22 2WIUam William Trent Trentwas Trnt Trntw Treat5s
was w 5s arrested art In the Union Unen Station 6tton here heretoday her heretoday
today ty as 8 ho was as about to t < board br a train trainfor tl trainfor
for New York Trent 1rnt was positively positivelyidentified poaltvely poaltvelyIdentfe posItivelyidentified
identified Identfe as the man who last lst evening eveningmurdered ovenh nvenizgmurdered g gmurer
murdered murer exAlderman eEAldlrmn Wilam VlJllani Meaghor Meaghorin
in tho latters lttra market mrket in Pawtucket also alsoas all
as tho man who on Saturday Studay evening eveningheld ovenlnheld eveningheld
held up and aI shot sbot at Maurice Maurle Moriarlty Moriarltyproprietor Morarity Morarityproprietor Morlarityproprietor
proprietor of the to Park Hotel 10tl in the office officeof
of the thl hotel hotl on Washington Waahlngtn street atret as the theman thomn theman
man mn who heldup beldup B C OConnor the clork clorkand clorkand clerkand
and robbed rbb tho cash ch register rglatr of the phar pharmacy phro phromac pharmacy ¬
macy mac at Broadway Brdway and Shepard Shepr streets streetsSunday Itrt streethSunday
Sunday evening ovenlnl also 0110 ns the man who at atthn at atthe
the th1 pistol pltl point pint held up George Grge Scrogey Scrogeyof Brogy Brogyof
of ifll Ie Veazie street srt and William Wiim OConnor OConnorof OCnnor OCnnorof
of 47 Dartmouth Drmou h avenue on o Saturday Saturdayevening Burdayevening Siturdayevening
evening eveningWith eveningWith eveningVith
With a pal pl Trent Tt is i also believed bleve to tohavo t 10have
havo been bn responsible for the murder murderof
rspnible n rer rerof
of Louis LWI Moyer a 0 a junk dealer deler who ho was wasshot washot wasshot
shot and killed kied in his store etorJI etoreLn in Ship street streeta etret etretwek
a week wek ago agoTrents agoI agoTreats
I Treats activities activites had hd given the thepolice theplc thepolice
police plc an excellent rxclent description de1crptol of him himand himand himand
and shortly Ihorty before befor noon non Inspectors Insptr Ahosrn Ahosrnand Aher Ahearnand
and Godfrey Oofrywer were notified notfed that tht two men menone meoe meaone
one oe of whom answered anewer the thf description descriptionof descrpton descrptonof
of the holdup holduJ man mn had hadjust just left the house housent hous
nt 179 10 North Main 1ain street etrt to t go to t a saloon saloonnr slon slonneby saloonnearby
nr nearby > arby The Theplr Thepair pair camo cmo mo cut cut of ofthe the saloon saloonand I10n I10nRnd saloonand
and started str for the Union Station Stton StaUonwith StaUonwiththe with withtho withthe
the detect dotle detectIves res following followingAn folowlll
An A the te suspects doubled double tho corner cmer at atthe atthe atthe
the central cntrl ausp fire fr station stton Trent Trnt turned turnedas ture
as If f to learn lear whether wheter any ay one onewa onewas was fol following followng following ¬
lowing lowng He saw aw the the inspectors In r but but kept kepton
on toward twr the station stton Nearing Neng the en entrance entranc entrance ¬
trance tranc the two men separated Dixon en entering entrng entaring ¬
tering trng the te station staton at eprat the east est end and andTrent andTrnt andTrent
Trent Trnt continuing cntnuing along by the main mln en entrance entrc entrance ¬
trance tranceSelecting trc tranceSeleot1g
Selecting 8lect JTrnt Trent as 8 the man mn most de desired desir dosired ¬
sired Inspector In front frontof
sir Inpr Godfrey Gofr stepped ptppd frnt frntof
of him with a drawn drw revolver rvolver and told toldhim tld tldhim toldhim
him to t halt Instead Intd of obeying obying Trent Trentmade frnt frntaade frontmade
made aade a motion moton to t draw his hi weapon but butInspector butInspcr butInspector
Inspector Inspcr Abeam Aher was w drw too t quick weapn for him himand himand himand
and seieed elz the hand that tht clinched clnche the theclbr M Mcalibre 3 3calibre
calibre clbr selfacting slfcing revolver rvolver A Adeprt desperate desperatestruggle desperatestruggle
struggle strggle followed folow and the show of pistols pitolput putolsput pistolsput
ered e put to t flight 1lght a 0 large larg crowd crwd that had gath gathered gathe gathered ¬
Trent < Jnt wbo woola is a powerful six rooter rootergave loter loterve ioorergave
gave ve the te inspector Inpcr a pwrrul hard har battle btto Finally Finallythe Fnly Fnlythe
the driver drver of a taxicab txicb came cme to t the as assistance a aasletance ¬
sistance aistnc of the inspector Inpctr When searched searcheda re
a New York ticket tckr was found in Treats Trentspocket Trnt Trntpket Treatspocket
pocket pocketTrent pket pketTrnt pocketTrent
Trent Trnt feigned felle sickness slckee when hen he h got gotnear gotnlr ot otnear
near nlr his pistol pitl lying Iig on a table tble at the thestation theatton thestatIon
station atton house hOI He le leaped Jeapd for the gun gunwith gunwith
gn gnwlt
with wlt outstretched outtrthe hands hn The Te inspectors inspectorspounced Inptr Inspectorspounced
pounced upon him and ad in the struggle strugglethe strgle strglethe
the punc handcuffs hndcr upn on the th prisoner were wr broken brokenFinally brken brkenlnaU brokenFinally
Finally cell lnaU Trent Trnt was 18 subdued lubue and ad put into Int a acell acl acell
cellIn In the meantime the police plc along th thNew the theNe theNe
New Ne York line Ino were wr asked uke to t look lok out outfor outfor outfor
for Treats Trnts companion cmpnion named nme Dixon Dixonand Dixonald Dixonand
and ald he was captured cptu at Westerly Westrly Dixon Dixonhad Dxon Dxonha Dixonhad
had ha a duplicate discharge dIschrg from frm Company CompanyB Com pn pnB
B Sixtyfifth Slxttfh New NeW York Regiment Regment dated datedMay dte datedMay
May ly 1 ISM ISMAfter 1MAftr 1 1After
After Aftr the capture cptu of the two men menvictims menvio menvctbna
victims vio of the holdups were wer called cle to toHeadquarters toheadquarters
Headquarters to make mke identifications identificationsThey Identfctol
They Tey assailant assailantAccording lellnt lellntAcrdlni assailantAccording eaqurr identified Identfe Trent Trnt positively pitvely as a their theliassailant theirlellnt theirassailant
According Acrdlni to the police plc the captive captiveanswer cptivl captivesanswer
answer awr the t e descriptions of the two men menwho menwho menwho
who were seen sn loitering loitring about abut the Ship Shipstreet Bhlpatrt Shipstreet
street atrt junk Jul shop a few minutes mlnut before bfor the thediscovery thedllver thediscovery
discovery dllver of the dead dea but still IUI warm wa body bodyof by byof
of the proprietor prpretr Louis Luis Mover MoverInspectors lIover lIoverInlpcor MoverInspectors
Inspectors Inlpcor Abeam and Gofry Godfrey went wentto wett
to t Westerly this afternoon atron and brought broughtDixon brough broughtDixon
Dixon Dxon back bck to t this city this evening eveningTonight eveningTonlgbt eveningTonight
Tonight the detective detive department deprtment is isexamining isesamlnlng isexamining
examining the tbe prisoners priner in the hope hop of otgttng ofgetting ofgetting
getting gttng a confession confessionSEYLKK cnftlon cnftlonSEJLIUt confessionSEILMt
Ha < e Jane ae Adams Adame Fell P llnt Into tnt the th Sea H While WhileBarhhiR 1hlf 1hIieHadkug
BarhhiR Btas Away wa From rem Him HimATLANTIC 11m 11mATNIC ItimATLANTIC
ATLANTIC ATNIC Crrr CI N NJ f Feb 22 flJane flJaneAdams Jane JaneAdams ane aneAdm
Adams Adm the young girl grl whose whos body by was wasfound 1 wasfound
found foud in the te surf sur on the morning moring of olFebruary ofFebrr ofFebruary
February Febrr J3 3 fell fel lover over the te rail r11 of the themillion themUlon themillion
million mUlon dollar dolar pier pie into the ocean on while whileshe wblo wbloebeW4 whileshe
she ebeW4 was backing bckog away from rrm William WilliamSeyler Wilam Wilamsyler WilliamSeyler
Seyler syler In the tr course cur of a quarrel qurel between betweenthem btwen btwentem betweenthem
them tem according Acring to the statement sttement t bf bfSler > t tSeyler fSeyler
Seyler Sler to the police plce last lst night Although Althoughhe
he h wouldnt wouJdt admit admit that tat he was 1 making makingadvances makng makngdyano makingadvances
advances dyano when whenlhe he met her death dtth the thepolice tbepnc thepolice
police pnc aro working to establish estbleh a 0 case casethat c casethatwili
that tat thatwili will wi warrant warnt them tem in holding Seyler Seylerfor Syler Sylerfor Baylorfor
for murder Under the tle New Jersey laws lawsattempt lawaattmpt lawsattempt
attempt attmpt murer at assault ultwhlo which results rfult in death deathis det
is murder murer and this tl law will wi be Invoked Invokedby Invokedby
by Prosecutor PreutI Goldenburg GoldenburgThe
by The substance eUMtnce of Seylers admission admissionmode admlllon admlllonmae admissionmade
mode public publo by the te police plc today ty is to tothe totbe tothe
mae the effect eot that tt the te girl jlrl met her death det by byaccident byacidnt byaccident
accident acidnt He asserted Irte that tht while whie she Ie was waistanding W Wtndlng wasstanding
standing tndlng with wit her bock bak toward towar the therailing thering theraiiing
railing ring she fell fel into Int the sea ea He says saysthat MYStht saysthat
that tht he rushed rbe down the Udder ldder leading leadingto leding ledingt
to t the water watr In hope hop of grabbing her herbut herbut herbut
but that she e did dd not rise r1e to the surface surfacealter lurfa lurfaaler surfacealter
but alter aler falling falnR in He insisted InBllto that he had hodno ha hadno
no intention Intenton of assaulting aultng the girl but buthas butl but1as
has 1as l made mde no satisfactory Itdactory statement sttment re regarding r reirding ¬
garding the cause cu of the quarrel that thatcaused thdclu thatcaused
caused clu grdnK her to back bck away from him himI
I never neverntnde intended to t harm hrl Jane Adams Adamshe
he Raid Mho ho backed bakrd away toward the therailing theriing therailing
railing riing and ad the next minute miute I iiaw faw her herfall he herfall
fall fal tine the he screamed Ireao as uha he went over the therail theri therail
rail ri and I rushed rshe for the ladder ldder Intending Intendingto Itdlng Itdlngt
to t jump overboard overbn if necessary nerYI but but she sheoank sheBnk 8116mink
mink Bnk jwp like lke n stone and I neveftlpawnher neveftlpawnheragain neve lzevegw0eragaIi Jer Jeraglq
again againThe agaIiThe
aglq The lh spot pointed pInt out by Seylor Sylor as the theplace te teplac theplace
place plac when spt hen the te girl fell Icl overboard oerbr is isdirectly IslretY isdirectly
directly over the te boat bot < landinz Iandl of the theKinr th thJier thejiier
Kinr Jier lretY where tere tho police plc found what wbt they theyelievo the
elievo XUevo to bo b bloodstains blotain Seyler says saysho saysho
ho h believes blevea with tho police plc that the 81s 81sh girl girlstruck girlstruck Ill IllBtruck
struck the landing lnding ui i her fall fal causing causingtho cUlg cUlgtho
tho bruises bruie on her face and a deep deSJ scar scaron scaron r ron
on her forehead foreheadSeyler forhlad forhladyler foreheadSeyler
Seyler yler told tld the te police plc of his hil fright frightwhen frigt frigtwhe tightwhen
when whe he discovered diovere that tht the th girl had hadgone bodgono badgone
gone to her death det and that he would wouldprobably wouldprbbly wouldprobably
probably be b connected cnet with wit thn the th affair affairI alair alairI
I went wet home to t think It over he said saidbut Midbut saidbut
but when hen Mrs Mr Adams dm came cme over to the thehouse the thehOU8 thehouse
house hOU8 and ad accused acs me of making mking away awaywith awaywith awayith
her I lost and andbeat andbeat
with ith daughter daughtr 10t my nerve nene ai
beat bt It ItSyler Seyler admitted admitt that that he had hadtold hd hdtld hadtold
told tld his hil brother brtler brotherOrvia Orvia OrV about abut the tragedy tragedyand trgey trgeyand
and perauaded prude him to t leave town tw also alsoto 110 110to alsoto
to prevent prevent beiqg hel g mixed mbe up in the case coseWe c caseiWo
We only onl went nt away to t let Itt the thing thingblow thig thigblow
blow over he said I know now no that thatIt tha
It would have been bn wiser wir to t go to Chief ChiefWoodruff Cltf CltfWouf ChiefWoodruff
Woodruff Wouf and ad tell tel him the whole story storyright str storyright
right rhth away awayThe awy awyTe awayThe
night nigh The Te inquest Iquft will w be held tomorrow tomorrownight tmrrow tmrrownigh tomarrownight
nunn IIWI SIECEL CI inAH inAHLiberal IJftJ IJftJLlbral JLtflLiberal
Liberal Jew Jewish A lull Leader Ladrr Taken Take III II on a aHuliw aHuhwa aSuiiwayTrln
Huliw SuiiwayTrln SuiiwayTrlna ayTrain ayTrainThe Trln TrlnTo
a The To Rabbi Rbbl Joshua Joshu Siegel ded de suddenly suddenlyyesterday euddenlyYfstery suddenlyyesterday
yesterday Yfstery evtning evtln ct ct the residence rllden of his hlason hisson hiseon
son Max Ma Siegel tt ct 10 East Et 119th 10th street streetHe stret stretHe streetHe
He had jut jut returned rturne from frm te funeral funeralof funerl funerlof
of his hil lifelong lfeloni friend Abwhrn Lewjn Lewjnwho LI LIwho Lowliwho
who died In Brvonne DTonne N N J last Monday MondayHe 1nndy 1nndyHe
He wz wts taken tktn ill 1 on the subway end nd when whenho whenha whenhe
ho cmved criYd wr rt t his hi sons lns house Dr Philip PhilipHorowitz Phip PhipHQwit PhilipHorowitz
Horowitz HQwit of IS II West USth lutl street etret wrs wrssummoned wresummoned s sswmcne
summoned swmcne Eeore Eeor the phslcsn physician ar arrived arrved arrived ¬
rived the rabbi rjbbldled rjbbldledRbbi died diedRabbi diedRabbi
rved Rabbi Rbbi Siegel SIlelwae was born brn ner near Warsaw WarsawPoland Waraw Warawpolcnd WarsawPoland
He to ths thscountry thscountry
Poland polcnd 84 yerrs yer1 coo elo came thl
country in ism 18 He < was heed hed of the thePolish thePolsh thePolish
Polish Polsh congregations conqratons of this city end endsupervisor cnd cndIuprlsor andsupervisor
supervisor Iuprlsor of the Kosher KOher meet slaughter slaughterfor slaughtr slaughtrfor
for many yes YJU His HI own congregation congregationknown con rgtlon rgtlonknown
known as tin th Congregation Conlrlation Tilum Tlum wor worshipped worIhlppd worshIpped ¬
shipped Ihlppd et at til t II 1 I Clinton lintcn street Itrt Recently Recentlythe Rcnty Rcntythe
the rabbi rbbi isvjed 1Je rn rnorer order permitting permltng the theJews theJews theJews
Jews of offIcnlrotonl ofhiecongretatlonstncarry his congregations tn carry cr artIcles ertlcleson rlclM rlclMon
on the streets etret on the Jewish Sabhcth B1bbt east eastof et eastof
of Third Tir pvenue venueTls This order orer rlthousch rlthouschconsidered rhoulh rhoulhcn41derd rlthoughcon4ldered
considered cn41derd revolutionary rvolulonar by m meIY many < ny of the theorthodox thoi theorthodox
i orthodox increased the rabbis ¬
Incrlethl rbblJ popu popularity popularity
larity larty York YorkTwo YorkTwo among the younger younler Jews in ppu ppularty New NewYork lew lewYork ZewYork
YorkTo Two To years year ago Rubhi Rbh Siegel went to toPalestine t toPalestine
Palestine Paletin to tlvswlth live with his daughter daugbtr and andMr andMr andMr
Mr Lewis Lwle but en en eplrteulo of typhoid typhoidcaused typhoidcu typhoidcaused
caused cu last year yearThe yer the three tr to return rtur to this thi country countr
The yerrbbi rabbi rbbi t survived eUIT by three thre sons sonchd sonchdliv nod nodflve
flve liv daughters crubtt crubttM drughtert 11a11 m
t M V 4 J1 4
OHXLlt OI1 IJ THE THEOf TIl TI1 Tlt1 r1ItJXDEflEf r1ItJXDEflEfor rR rROf
Of Late te Year Ytln llrt 1 lIi Was Only Ont Chairman of olDirectors ofDtrrltor ofDirectors
Directors Dtrrltor of Londons Lndons Paulette Fame Dallj DalljIx Dal DaliLord
lAm Ix rt1 NorthrMITe NerthtllI nought BOlht floughtControl Control Contrelln18lla Ir IrIBONllli in100Ills
IBONllli 18lla Book Club Cllb Venture VentureSptttal Vmturr Vmturrsp VenturesSpecki
Sptttal sp < f CaKt Cdb Dtipulcli nlpaCl to Tn T Ins > SUN SUNLONDON SU SUNLONDON
LONDON LNDON Fob eb 22 nArthur Arthur Arur F Walter Walteiof Wallr Wallrof
of the Times died dl today tdy of congestion congestionof cngtion cngtionof
of the lungs lungsAt lung lungAt
At At the th time of his bisdeath death deth Arthur Ahur Frarei FrareiWalter Frz FrazerWalter
Walter was 11 chairman chairmn of the board bord of oldirectors ofdirtr ofdirectors
directors dirtr of the Time Formerly he had hadbeen hadbn hadbeen
been bn its It chief owner ownerThe ownerTe ownerThe
The Te Times TifS was founded founde in n 1785 1M as I the theLondon theLdon theLondon
London Ldon Daily Dai Universal Rrgitttr Rtgir by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John Walter Wlter The Te name nme of the publica publication publc ¬
tion ton was 1 changed change three thr years yer later lalr Tht Thtownership Tt Thuownership
ownership of the te Time continued cnUnu In th thWalter the tbeWaltr theWalter
Walter Waltr family famiy until unt 1B08 11 when hen Alfred AlfredHarmsworth Alr AlfredHarmsworth
Harmsworth Hrsworth Lord Lr Northcliffe Norhcle bought boughtthe bught bughtthe boughtthe
the controlling cntrolng Interest InterestJohn Intrst IntrstJoh interestJohn
John Walter the founder of the
Joh Waltr to paper paperleft paperleft
ppr pprleft
left the te management mngment at his death deth In 1812 1812to 181
to t his son another anoter John Joh Walter Waltr who whchold whe whohold
hold It It until unti his hil death det in i 1847 when a third thirdJohn tbr thirdJohn
John Walter Walt succeeded and held heldtho tho
r man management managemont ¬
Wallr IUOee heldto mn mnngmont
agement ngmont until tl 1894 Ho le was succeeded succeededby auc
by his hi son Arthur Arur Frazer Fraer Walter WalterUnder Waltr WaltrUnder WalterUnder
Under the lost ltname named the Time Timf sup supported ap supported ¬
ported pr Lord Lr Salisburys Slsburl Ministry Minstr in IU IUSouth It ItsSouth
South Mut African frcn policy polcy in Inlm 1699 and the te sue succeeding IUO IUOoing sueoeeding ¬
ceeding to the BOor Boeiwar BOorwar
oing years YNr preliminary prelminar t te Br Brwar
war but criticised critcls the conduct oT o the thewar thewnr thwar
war after aftr hostilities hOtltM had begun bun WhileArthur While Whlo WhloArbur WhiteArthur
Arthur Arbur Fraser Fzr Walters Waltr father was at atIts a atits
Its It head hsd the the Time made the great get mist mistake mi misttake
take tke of its I career carr the publication publcatonofte publcatonofteParel of the theParnell theParnell
Parnell letters also known the thePigott thePigott
Parel leter 010 know as 1 tbe tbeplgottforgere
plgottforgere Pigott forgeries forgeriesIn
In an effort eror to t regain rgin the losses 10ls which whichensued whichensue whichensued
ensued ensue from frm this thl great grat blunder bunder the son sontook In Intk sontook
took tk the the Time company cmpny into int the general generalpublishing generl generlpblshg generalpubliahing
publishing pblshg field feld In 1898 188 it undertook undertk a sreprint arprnt areprinter
reprint rprnt of the Encyclopaedia Fccop la Britannioa Britannioaand Brtnlc
and the Time book bok club cub was 11 one of his hitprojects hisprject hisproject
projects prject This Tis extension of te scope cpof cpofthe ol olthe ofthe
the newspaper newpp caused cus considerable onederble un unfavorable unfavorble unfavorable ¬
favorable favorble comment among other pub publishers pubUsher pubushers ¬
ushers lishersShareholders Usher ushersShareholder
Shareholders Shr holder outside outide the theWalter Walter Waler familybrought famUybrought family ramuybrought
brought an action acton in 1908 ll against the thefamily thefamiy thefamily
family famiy which whih had hd controlled cntrle the pub publication pub publicatlon ¬
lication lctoneino since its inception but the theeilt suit suitwas suitwas
was Wa settled ette amicably by the conversion cnveron cnveronQf conversionof
of the Time formerly a partnership
into Int a limited lmie liability labltycmpDyand company prnelhlp and dis disclosures dlsclour disclosures ¬
closures clour of the insIde 1lde history hltr or o the paper paperwere paperwere
were erlvolde avoided Under thn new arrange arrangement arn arnment arrangemeat ppr pprerlvolde ¬
ment Mr Walter Wller became bmo chairman chirn of the theboarsi
board brond and this tha post pt he retained rtne after afe the thepurchase thepurh thepurchase
purchase purh by Lord l < r Northcliffe Northoile already alreadyowner alra alraowner alreadyowner
owner of the Daily DaY Mail MaiIof of the controlling cntrolng
interest Itert in the Time TimeMr TimeMr TimeMr
Mr Walter Wnltr WM 1 born bor on September 12 1
1840 184 His JI Iii mother was wa Emily El 5rtmbr Frances FrancesCourt Frc FrancesCourt
Court He le was educated ouct at Eton Etn and andChrist an anChrst andChrist
Christ Chrst Church Cbur Oxford Oxor and ad was wa called calledto cle
to the bar at Lisscolns Lclnl Inn In Fields Fle but butnever but butnever
never practised prctle He was married marleln marlelnIfn In
1873 Ifn to Henrietta Hnrett Maria ara eldest eldft daughter daughterof dughtr dughtrof
of the Rev Rv T A Anson Anan of Longford lngfor in inDerbyshire InDrbyahr inDerbyshire
Derbyshire Drbyahr The couple bad two sons sonsand 1M 1Mad eonsand
and ad two daughters daughtersMr dughtr
Mr Water Walter at one time tme was wa a Lieutenant LieutenantColonel Leutenant LeutenantClonl LieutenantColonel
Colonel Clonl and andhonor and honorary Colonel Clonel comman commandant cOOman cOOmandnt commantiont ¬
dant dnt of the First Frt V B Royal Ryl Berkshire BerkshireRegiment Brkhlr BerkshireRegiment
Regiment a director dirtor in the London Lndon and andSouthwestern andSthwster andSouthwestern
Southwestern Sthwster Rgmenta Railway Riway and was High HighSteward HIAh HIAh8t HighStewiird
Steward 8t of Wokinghain lie H was W8a a memo member memobr mornher ¬
her br wlr of oflhe the Travellers Trveler and the Union clubs clubsHis clubsIs cliii cliiiIlls
His Is home was 1 Bearwood Baro Woklngham Woklnghamr WoklnghamOblal Wokinghamoluutuary
r m m 4 4Obituary
Obituary Oblal Note NatesMm Net NoteMrs
Mm 111 Marie Malf Mclntoih Icnlolh Cox author and andcharity andcbray andcharity
charity cbray workerdied worker die dIed on Monday on4 at at her Jieihome herhom herborne
home hom 330 3 West Wtt URhtyflflh hrhyfflh street sueto at the theare t theage
are of 7S veats ver She 8hewa4hdenitaeraif 8hewa4hdenitaeraifiniiiodore waa 1 ti > dtttfiit 11rI1 11rI1CmmOore rmi rmiCommodore
Commodore CmmOore James Jame McCor cCy Mcintosh JfclntebO ot otOeorsla ofGeorgia
Georgia Oerlla Bh She is rbm born In New York YotkOto YotkOtobar Octo October Oto OtolHr ¬
bar lHr 20 3 1833 18 In 18JO 18 she was wa married marlet to toJames tolsdei
James Jlm 1 Farlev FarlevCoz < Cox Co who died die In IS0Tre IS0Trelre 188S There Tberare Thereste
are lre two tro ions Ins Douglas Duelu Fancy Cox and andFrancis andncl endFrancis
Francis ncl MIInoY too Cox both btb of New ew York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The first tnt published publahe writing rllni of Mr Mrs Cox Coxwa Coxwas
wa a childrens chldOI book bk A t Year er With Maaraland Maggie Maggieand 11114 Cx Cxa
and Emma ErlIDa Later IArtr came Cme a war ar story
Jack Brereton Brertn or Three Tbr Month Service IrYlc Ser1eRaymond
Raymond Rmond Kersbawand Kerb Rertihaw and lome Home Thoughts Thouaht
Home Thoughts Thuhta wag 1a wa a collection < lelon of ar article artdwhlch artides ¬
tides tdwhlch which she wrote rte for the Krrning brnlll renIn Jot PottHhe porHbe Jotithe
Hhe also wrote wrlea a aeries de of articles arlcle on the thecivil theivil
civil cyl ivil a war One of ortbe the charitable chartbleoraanl chartbleoraanlaloM organi organizations organiiations tie tiecyl ¬
zations aloM In which Mr 1 Cox Cx was most mos Inter Interested Interele intertted ¬
ested ele was the Girl Glrla Friendly FrlendlY8lety FrlendlY8letyFrnci Society SocietyFrancto t3ovletyPranci
Francto Frnci A Walnon Wlln died die yesterday yeteray at his bisap bil hisapartments
ap aprtn1ena apartments rtm nt in the Hotel lotel Plaxa Plaz of rheumatic rheumatictrout rheumaticgout
trout ut after arle an Illness Ine of three wek week rumatc rumatcut He Hewas Hewa liewas
was wa in his flftyAlxth ftyxtb rear yer Mr WaUr Watson Watsonag V Uon Uona
a ag a son 10 of I he late lle William Wilm Watson Watn He Hebnan Heblan Hebegan
began blan work as 8 quite QU te a young man m n in the theoffice theotc theoffice
office otc of J JP P Morgan A OUOI Co o but left the thebanking thebnklnlhoul thebanking
banking bnklnlhoul house at I the death d th of 01 n his hl father ralhl to tolake tolake totake
lake charge cbraeor of the eitate ntateJor of which whch he and andhis andhi
his ht brother brlber Henry H nry H C Watson Waron were wereexecutor wer wereexecutors an
executor eucutn and misted Inatees He bought buebt a acountry acuntry acountry
country cuntry estate Mtt at Brandon Vt and lived livedthem lye livedthere
them Iher In the summers summ r spending epndlnl hU 01 it winters wintersnt 1 < lntlr
nt lt various New NeW York hotels hol la and clubHe dub club clubiIft
He le U I survived unlve by by his brother brtb r and by two twolater twoalate twosisters
sisters later Mr I lrs Wetlev Welev Wataon of london lAndonand 1x londonflI > ndon ndonand
and flI Mn Mr Charles ChariI F Watson Wsilon of Orange OrangeN Orn OrnN
N < y The Misters taler married maried cousIns clalos Mr 1r 1rVatson
Wataon Walln was al unmarried unmarriedMrs unmrrie
Mrs Mr Hannah H nnih Barren HunUnrlon huntIngton wife of ofthelate
helate he late Right Jeht ltlghlltivflredprick nevJrderlck H v > Frederlck U huntington HunelnatonItUhop Huntolton HuntoltonJllhop huntingtonlilehot wie
ItUhop Jllhop of the hOrse dlo < e of Central Cntrl New Ne fork liorkof forkDr york yorkof
of the Episcopal Episcpl Church died dlt at her horbome horbomeIIHYlcuse home homeIn
IIHYlcuse In Hymcuce > Mler Mlelay l y aged 87 She had hadbeen hadben hsclbeen
ben been ailing alnI for some Ile weu week age Hhe was born bornIn bm bmIn
In lionton 8lion In 1823 183 and was u married marie to t Dr DrHuntlngton Drhluntingtuii
Huntlngton when be waa rector rtor of 0 r the iii Old OldWon Uldull OldMrnitii
Won Mrnitii ull Hi Church Chnrh Don Bl Boston ion tn When the diocese dioceseof dloC
of Central Cnlral Now NeW ork < was formed Dr Hunt liuntIngton HuntInetn ltuntmelon t
melon Inetn waS 108 made Bishop of the diocese dioceseHhe dfoCse dfoCsehe diocesetiie
Hhe he I la survived lunlve br b four children chldrenalh Father FatherJ r rJ
J O 8 huntington luntoalon of the Brotherhood Brotherhoodof Urlherbo
of Jesus Jeus Mrs 1 A I 8 mMuat Slula < of New ew York YorkMiss YorktM YorkMilLs
Miss tM Arria Arla Huntington Uuntnalon and Miss MIs Mary lfary
lunUnctn lunUnctnlame liii Kuntlngton KuntlngtonJames nil ngton ngtonJames
James lame Gibbon died yesterday at the
home bore of hi hi hit daughter daulhter In Krle rl Pa I He le was wasa 11
a clone clO friend frend of Lieut Leut William Wllaml 1 Ii Cusblng Cusblngof
of Fredonla Frdonla who sank aak the thf th rebel rbl ram Albe Albemarle Alb Aiheniiirl
marle tn the Hoanoke Ioaoka liver m r In 1B84 1184 Ho Howas HeWI liewas
was WI ald to lobe be the list llt survivor of oftheltle oftheltlearraon the little littleaarrlaon littlegsrrtioii
aarrlaon arraon that surrounded Iurruoded Major Robert RobertAnderson Robl itohertAnderson
Anderson Aneron when hen Fort Jor Humter was 1 flred flredupon flradupon
upon He le Is also credited credied with wih sighting IlehUnl tr
the upn first tlL gun fired fredby by the Union forces rores In inIfeflCe
defence or the fort He le was wa 70 yean yal old oldand oldad oldani
and ad was WI a familiar ramla figure at all al the army armyreunion armyreunion armyreunions
reunion held In western wOtern New York for forthirtyfive rorthlrtyfye forthirtyfive
thirtyfive thlrtyfye yean yen He wore wONthe the th blue army armyuniform amyunrorm armyirniforin
uniform unrorm and cap ClP up to the time tme of his death deathtawls deah deahlwl deathLewis
Lewis lwl Masterson laleron a well wel known citizen citizenof cizen cizenor
or Orange Oranae county unty and a couiln cusin of the < late latelohn lateJohn taleIolin
John Maslenon llenon Burke died die after are orte a long lonl
I IneM ilitiess line at hi his home In Chester Cheter N Y on onHoliday onMonday onMonday
Monday morning momlnl aged M 11 years ean He le had hadeen
heen > een amoclated alcllte with wlb age the Caledonian Cltonlan Fire FireInsurance FI FirsInsurance
Inurnce Insurance Company of New York but blt of ofalter
alter later yean devoted mpny himself hlmael to his hi businessntereaM busln business liusinessinterests
interests Inlert In Orange Oranle county countyHattle cunty cuntyHatte countyhattie
hattie Hatte Levy ly a teacher In the branch of ofthe ortbe ofthe
the Manual Manlal Training Tralnlni High Ilrh Hchoot Kchol of orBrok Brook Brookyn
In yn died die after atr a short Ihort Illness Ille8 Iiiiie yesterday yesterdayn
In n the home hOle of Mr Elizabeth t17abth Uumba lumbar at at7e0
7 70 7e0 0 Uulncv street Itre t She 51i was a graduate of
Cornell Cornel University she was wa about no nor 1 1vear
yta vear r ar old Coroner r Physician WuenOald WuenOaldicr I
her icr death was A caused raul by heart hfat weakness weaknessWork wesknessYork aknel aknelWork
Work All 1 M NIEt ilght ht en heisted ntite ITmbrla ITmbrlaThe UmbriaTe ITiubriaThe
The Te Cunarder Umbria Umbri In yesterday yesterdaymora yestry yestrymora
mora than t two days deYI late lat will wi have have to tolustle tohutl toliustls
lustle hutl to t sail si today tdy An extra etra fore f rca of ofongshoremen
longshoremen longoremen were era put putto to t work getting gettingout ctnc ctnc9Ut getUngOut
out cargo ceo t the moment she tied t up to t h hr hrpier hrpier > r rpier
pier and all nllt last night the workmen worJen end endho ed edthostlm andthe
thostlm ho steam wenches nigt wara waf hard hr at at it She Shes
II is s scheduled aheue to t leave at 10 this tla morning
but she se may my be b a bit late t On mornlnl her trip triprom
from rom Qutenstown QUlenatn she M fell fel in with It very
heavy teas heaV weather shipping Ipplng some mighty mightyteas mllhty ver
A Kurdistan KurdistanRug Rug
Length Lengh 26 feet 6 inches inchesWidth InchesWldtb15 InchesWidth
Width Wldtb15 15 feet 3 Inches 31nchlsThis InchesThis InchesThis
This is one of the tle beat rugs
imDorted recently recenty and < can
be secured scured at at a low price priceH prleHe
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A booklet bktel on haw hw and nd where to 0 bar Oriental 0
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Continued COmve from First F r Page PageCoaners Page PageCr PageCoanz
Coaners Cr It I cornea cme from fom Democrats Dmot wh whdopt who whodO whodot <
dot dO euro cr A 10nt cent for me and neither do dcthey dotCa dothey
they care a cent cnt for rorMurhy Murphy but they thojwants tO theywant
wnt tCa wants party prtbrony harmony they want wnttwln wnttwlnand to win winand winand
and whilea whle a good go many mny of them tem donlwantme don dontwantme t tant
wantme ant for State Stat chairman chirmn just ns nsmany 11 11ml asmany
many doat dot want Murphy Murhy at the head head o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Democratic Dmortc State Stt organization organlzton 1 1doat I Idoatcr Idont
doat doatcr core anything Anyting what happens hspona to mo moIf moI rueIf
If I I am licked lce I can Cng go back bck to t my busi business bU bUnel buelness ¬
ness nel < I can on still sti run rn my two newspapers newspapersBut neWpPr
But Butletme let me tell tl you I never novel know kno when hen I Ianr Iar Iam
anr licked and even i If I am licked lcke at Al Albany AIbD Allany
ar lc an
1U till bo State committoeman committoemanand
bany bD Il tl b a Slt cmmittmn cmmittmnaDll
and aDll Ill have hve State Stt committeemen cmmittmenrendl friendly friendlyto
to to a mo and Ill 1 be b at the next State St con conventtbn cn cn1t conyestlon
venttbn 1t n and let me tell tl you bv the tbLr Lord LordHarry Lordharry
Harry lA1Tther there will w be b no more Intrctns Intrctnsdel contracUngdeals contracting contractingdeals
deals del put lt through by Murphy Murhy Gaffney Gaffneyb Gatey Gateyandneithor Gaffneyand
b and andneithor neither will wl there ther be b men mn do dotented derQbror dofitd
tented for nominations nominton or r rather rther at attempted attmit attempted ¬
tempted tmit rQbror to t be b defeated by the theorr offer of of8 of8bs a abafo ahaiti
haiti bs of moey moeyn money moneyThe moneyThe
The n difference dle nc between btwn Murphy Murhy and andmyself nd ndr ndmself
myself r lla fs 1 this Murhy Murphy Is a politician plUc for forprofit forprntnd forprofit
profit prntnd and I la am a politician plUcla for pleasure pleasureand pleur
and I lrp propose to t have my myfun fun out of oflt ofltAst it itAs its
As Ast s I said eld before bfor I dont care er two tW cents centsfor cnt centsforthe
for forthe the place pl placeor8thtechalrrnan ofState oftte chairman chlmn for f tori r 1 have havebeen bve bvebn havebeen
been bn abused abusd and nd it has h been bn Fluffythis Fna Fnathis Fluffy Fingythis
this and ad Fliigy Jdg that tt and the men who whohave whoIve whohave
have Ive stooped ltpd to te1 call mn m that because be of olan ofn ofan
an n accident Ib ent in my youth yout are ar beneathmy beneathmyconsideration bnethmy bnethmyclfdertlon beneathmycnsIcieratlon
consideration and adbneath beneath the considers consideration cnlder considerslionof ¬
tion lionof of any ny decent dfnt decentman man maBut But my good goodfolks goodfolks
folks folt8 tIOno are r sensitive anitv just Justte the name m1 Politichas PoltC Politic IoliticehaS a
has cost Ctmoahepof mo a heap of money Contribu Contributors Cntrbu Cntrbutoa ontnhuor ¬
tors toa or to campaign Cplgn funds for legitimate legitimateexpenses I legitimateexpencies jitlmat
expenses f bare ducked ducke and nd I have bve put my myhand myhd myhand
txPq hand hd in Inrnv mr pocket pket to tme make up the tblde tbldelcenoy de deficiency doflcienay ¬
ficiency lcenoy Dld you ever hear her of Charley CharleyMurphy Charlo ChancyMurphy
Murphy Murhy Riving a 1 cent cnt from frm his own ownpocket ow ownpocket
pocket 1 say again did you ever evet hear hearof her herof hoarof
of pket Murphy Iurh 11 rVng riving agin a cent cnt from frm his own ownpocket ow ownvocke
pocket to t help h lp along any Cm campaignNew campaignNewYork lgiNew lgiNewYork
York pke city ciy State Stt or national ntonal I know knw all allabout al alab allabout
about the contribution cntrbuto that tht have hve been beenmade bn bnme boonmadoto
made ab madoto to te him for legislation legleatlon at Albany Albny and andelsewhere andelswher andelsewhere
elsewhere me elswher Ah no son anl Charley Caley Murphy Murphythought lufhy lufhythouab Murphythought
thought he had an easy thing in me that thatrill taf thattill
thouab a
rill rl he hud hd to t do was to t issue te the te word wr and andI ad adIw
I Iw would ld he b tumbled tumble out ou neck nck and crop croptalmaaiy cp cpr cropfu
talmaaiy r fu me sty againanddontyou again an and dontyouforct dontyouforcttprnt dontyou forget forgetto
to tprnt print it I syal said srd Connors Cner in conclusion conclusionIf cnchwon cnchwoni
committee is to toinvestigate toinvestigate
if If i a IngUlative omltt appointed arplnt t
investigate Inntpt Ifgltv as to t tho truth trU of 0 my Palm PalmBeach PalmBeach Im ImBcb
Beach Bcb statement Ittment Ill Il be b on hand hd as 1 v vwitness awitness
witness wite and several sverl very ver eminent eminent lte ltemn gchtle gchtlemoO tl tlmert
moO mn in New ew York city ciy will wi be bo1e called as aswitnesses aswItes aswitnesses
witnesses wItes and ad Murphy Murhy too to and ad Murphy Murphywont Murby Murby1olftol Murphywouf
wont 1olftol get off as easy Oyas as he did in the t e gas gasInvestigation g gasInveatigation
Investigation InveatigationCtalrman
I InvestigationChairman Vtgton Clnr Chairman Conners CDelwa was asked aske to t explain explainthaSpposition expJln expJlnt explaintheppoeltlon
thaSpposition of Patrick Ptrick E McCabe Mcoof McoofAlny of ofAlbany ofAlbany
t o
Alny Albany pplto to t him hl McCabe Mcb said lld Conner Connerswas Cnner Connerwas
was wl mad ma becvUse Ds I was 1 made moStto moSttocbn State Statechairman Statochairman
chairman cbn in lOOfl lf Ho Jewant wanted the place placehimself plc placehimself
himself hirJ He 1e thinks tlni that tht I wanted wnt to t turn turnhim tur turnhim
him out as s State Stt committeeman ommlttman in 11 1908 1908and 1908and
and an that ht Murphy saved eve him Certain Certainfriends Crn Crnfrens Certainfriends
friends frens of McCabe Mcb saved eve him hi by appealing appealingto applng applngt
to t Murphy Muhy McCabos Mcbs leadership in Al Albuny A Abenycounty I IMDcty
buny MDcty benycounty county has b made that county cuntyll cuntyllIY sol solidly aolIdly ¬
idly IY Jtopublioan publo His organization orpnzton is a aIts aoke aoke
oke > Its I nothing notIng but but an annex annoxto annoxtome to toBarness4 toBarneig
Barness4 me Republican Republcn organization ornl7AUon If 1fBr IfBarnet Ifllamas
llamas Br doesnt dosnt come omo tOiMpCabes tMtCb to McQibes help helpnext helpnetfalMcCb helpnext
next netfalMcCb fall McCabe will 1 be b smashed Ishe by b the theDemocrats thoo theDernocrate
Democrats o of Albany Albny county The T eTer very
belt bst Democrats Dmou of Albany county cnty are areafter areaftr areafter
after aftr McCabe Mcb and want ant him to t resign resignand ril resignarI
and a out if he does dos not notrlg resign roiuigntbeyIl they11 tbeyl kick him himout h himout
outAll All AI the Democrats Dm mt in the WaldorfAs WaldorfAstoria Woldor Waldortstoria ¬
toria tr last lt Uo night nght said eld that tht things tinl werehp were shap ¬
ing l uf up U > for a fine fe old shindy shndy at Albany Albny
I today tc and ald tomorrow tomorrowCharles tmorow tmorowCle tomorrowCharles
Charles Cle F Flurh Murphy came co up from frm Good GoodOround G GoodGroundsnd
Oround Groundsnd nnd was at Tammany Hall lal yes yesterday ye ye yetercisv ¬
Grndlndwa terday tedv for a few fe moments moment He 1e disap disappearod dlp Iisppeartt
pearod t and there t r wan w Ra a report among amon his hismends hIsfriends
mends tni1 that he had departed dprt rpr for Albany Albtnvand Albsnvand Albanyand
and might might make mae his headquarters hMtusrr until untilThursdav untUuJ untilLI1UId5V
Thursdav at t the te Itoneselaer Rnela r Inn Troy TroyH TaoJ Troili
I H 1 ili uJ wasnt lln there ther last lst night nightXCABES nightVCtBE nightVCtnES
Netpr NII lift la Deteriorate D terlett Knough to toDe De an anAssociate anbocate antuoeiste
Associate bocate of the IhIJtalo IIufTalo Man ManALBANY ManAtBANT > lt
ALBANY AUNT Feb 22 22Patrck 2Patrlck Patrick E McCabe McCabeDemocratic Mcb McCabeDemoraUo
DoUo Democratic State oouiinittesrnen o tmlU men for the theAlbany theAUnT theALbany
Albany districthas dstrcttken taken notice Dol of fcar fcarm Chair Chairman Chairtwin ¬
man m Connerss Cnerermrka remarks about abut knowing knowingall ko knowingallabout ng ngallbut
all allbut allabout about McCabea Mcbl relations relatol with wih William WilliamBarnw Wiim Wiime WilliamBaraes
Barnw e Jr Republican Rpublcn loader leder of Albny Albnycunt Albany Albanycounty Albanycounty
county cunt and ad of McCabea Mcb relations rlaUon with withCharles withChae withCharles
Charles Chae F Murphy Iurpbyleer leader of ofTammny ofTammnyBl Tammany TammanyHall
Hall Bl Mr M McCabe Mcb came cme out today ty with witha wih wiha
a challenge chlen e to tMr Mr MrConner < Conners CreN to t tell tl anything anythinghe nytllng nytllnghe
he knows nows which whch might mght be b wrong wrnR in such suchrelations sch schrlatons suchrelations
relations rlatons with wit Barnes Bre and Murphy Mur hy
I notice notc that thtMr Mr Conners Cnner gave out an aninterview
interview InterIn In New York Yorl city cty said gve McCabe McCabein Mcb
in which he said ed We all 01 know the re
ro rolatol
latol latloua between btween William Wiim Barnes Bres Jr the
Republican RpublCn loader loer of oflbnycuty Albany county and
Patrick Ptrok E McCabe Mcb the Democratic Demotc lede leader leaderof
of Albany Albny and andoC of course cur I know the re reo reolatlon ¬
lations latlon between btwen Mr Murphy Iuhy and Mr MrMcCabe
McCabe 1 If I Mr MrConner Conner knows anything anythingwrong anying anyingwnl anythingwrong
wrong politically ltly otherwise orotherlso or in the re ¬
wnl ro rolaUonshlp
lationship between btween Mr Barnes Bre and my myself myNi myself ¬
self Ni I challenge caleng him to t tell U1 it I Here Her inAlbany in inSfr InAby
Aby Albany my eneie enomies hve have for yer years charett charettrae
me with it II 10 sorts rt or political alliances crge with withMr
Mr Barnes which Is q quite te natural natumllfr
Sfr Conner says Ba ho knows of the re ¬
lationship between Mr Murphy and mo
1 am glad he said d this and I challenge him himto himto himto
to prove what he hekuowe knows wrong wron in this thisassociation thistUI thisassociation
association tUI Mr fr Murphy ban given ven evi cvidance ¬
dance denceof of the sanest t sort of politics pollt eeln in this thismatter thismatter thismatter
matter matterMen matterMen matterMan
Men prominent in American A politics politicsmust politIcamuse politicsrelict
must expect to t be charged with wltha1 all sortsof sorts eortlof aortaof
of political crimes by their enemies and andmy andmy andmy
my enemies havent haventllptlred spared me at any
time or place But at 1 t no time have I de d doteriorated ¬
teriorated to tho point where my bitterest bitterestenemy blttareetenemy bitterestenemy
enemy has as charged me with being an anassociate anallBOClate anassociate
associate of Mr Conners ConnersJohn ConnersliS
John Jameson JamesonWhiskey S
Whiskey WhiskeyIts a
Its Il Moderate use Is conducive to togood totoccllaeallh toocd
good toccllaeallh ocd health and a pcsitivc help helpto
to aid aai body ho yraphlly rapidly re restores restores re5t0re3 ¬
stores aalural unetloBS alter alterattack arterattack slierattack
attack ol 0 the grippe grippeAT rlppeVAT
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evek eveki evek9Lubsucke rl rl91utc <
91utc 9Lubsucke 9LubsuckeOffice r ieke iekeOffice
Office Desks Desksor
are or standard In design clearn n and andconstruction sadccnstruction nd ndl
construction e la all pans of o the tbtcountry theeoupU thecountry
country countryNo eoupUNo countryNo
No office furniture of Inferior Inferiorrbarccu InferiorJIC
l I rbarccu iacct JIC < cU iitU 1j tctirtc cuch CU CUetJdJ a astanding
Istsndlpg standing standingThe etJdJTh
The prices ate tbe lowest at atwhich atbleb atwhich
which reputable goods CM b bsold be beeold besold
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S86382 S8438broaQwa 882 bVoaowav
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AIHY HY mar YO your yourvy 1r pros prospects prospeets
WHY W vy pects by being hard hardto hardto hardtogetat
to togetat togetatThe get At AtThe atTheMarbridge
The TheMarbridge Marbridge is central centrato centratto
to everything and for or every
body b o d y
bodyThe yThe
broadway aim it Slth tb streelt streeltKcprttestalU litreehnrprnrlltaUva trCetiltepresetaUv
KcprttestalU on premises premisesOr enlles enllesOr
Or Four yourowa own broker brokerIMMIGRANTS broilerIVVIGRINTS brokerIMMIGRINTS
Smell of OSmoke Smoke at atNlgist Nlcot on onEllj Kills KillsFollowed latutl tilsa tilsaE
Followed E by b Panic PanicA
A force of Ellis Island empoeos emp oreee under underChief UtiIe UtiIeChief
Chief Inspector Dobler Doblerbegan began fumigating fumigatingrooms fumIgatitmoms
rooms In the big bl < building at Ellis Island Islandearly blalldearly Isljearly
early yesterday morning Several hun hundred himdred ¬
dred immigrants in a dormitory across th thhall the thehl tlshail
hall supposed the building was on firs and andsome a aridsome Jd JdBOme
some made a aruahror rush for the door doorswatchmen Two Twowatchmen Towatchmen
watchmen in tho dormitory dormitry were over overturned overturned ¬ i iturned
turned In the rush The gloss of thedoors ortbedoonwas thedoorswas thedo thedowas
was smashed 8mIUIhedanda and a few fugitive rUZitlvecot cot cotthrough
through the openings cutting euttin them themselves themeelves themselves
selves Most of the others oil in panic paoio1Jumped panicJuinDed pa pajuiiped
Jumped from fromwlndoWII windows about fifteen fe f fse fseto t tto r rto
to the groundDoblor leground ground I
Doblor was knocked off his hlsft feet but butgot butgot betgot
got up UI and soon bad the night force < of oftne ofthe ofthe
the island I 4nd out helping to quellthe quell the trouble troublIn troubleIn
In the throng that got away were many nuavwho masywho f fwho
who had been detained for possible poeelbleportation de deportation dcportalion ¬
portation and were not In a hurry to report zeporA I
A few police poll from the tbeBattery Battery and Imtci Imtcigration imrigrauonemployNi
gration grauonemployNi employees who whocoulci could be besurnmon besurnmonby summon summonby Wtnmooed Wtnmooedby I
by telephone went w nt over to the Ulead Uleadby Ialsnby <
by bytbe the ferryboat Kills > Island blndcand and helped help helpedto
to roundup round up the runaway allot all of otwhomwe otwhomwefound whom wen wenfound 1 1fouDdS
found fouDdS Six xor or seven HVenmel1 men were e cut badly badlyenough badlyeo badjyeupugh
enough eo ugb to need attention atten op at the hospital hospitalGrew hospitalLITTLE hospitsiLIIILESUcEER
I IGrew
Grew Worse tn n nSpjteo Spiteof Six SixM Monthi Monthiof MoruthiofAblestTreatmentSleep 1 1of
of ofAblestTreatmentSleep Ablest TrcatmentrSlctp TreatmntSleepTerfibly Ter Terribly Terribly ¬
ribly Broken BrokenFace Face Held and andHands an anHands andHands
Hands Masses of ofDreadfulHumtr ofDreadfulHumtre Dreadful HumWi HumWiA
I Irticllt feel f el it my duty dutitoJet to let you rOii know knowwith knowwiw kibWwith
with what success succeasibave I Hae have need the CutK CutKcura Cu Cucura Cuticura
cura RecaedU Whew W1I1JIotH Whewour b r rour
our baby wu H uva1 uva1weeks tTn tTnweeks al
< weeks we lia old ol t he h broke cut cutwith 111 111with <
4 with whatf wbatwe we thought thoughtWM th thauhtwarn tltht tlthtw
WM w heat lwatbut but which whichgradually whkbaadually wbihI
I gradually grew w worse worseWe WorM woteWe
We called call d in a dectcr dectcrHe dccterHe dccteI
I He 11 said aaic1lt It was eczema eczemaand ec mand erseniasad
and from fr m that lme 1T11 Imew Imewdoctored 1I 1Idoctord f
doctored six month monthwith mcntlewith mcntliwIth
with three of oftb the bftj bftjdoctors bsidoctors
doctors in Atchison but buthe 11he buthe
he only oniycot got worse woraci His IIuface Hisfila Hisface
face head head and hatjcU hatjcUwere lIlldsere hsidssrere
were ere a solid sore eoreTb eoreTbWM There Therewas Therewm
WM no end to the thelUfTerlnc tlieeulferlnl thesuffering
suffering for hire We Wehad Wehad Wehad
had to Xlo Lb hi hllittle hllittlehanua JlI5 little littlehands ltttlshands
hands tokeep bun blmfrcm blmfrcmIICratchlnr f fJcnt fJcntscratching run runscratching
scratching He never knew kD4 kn w what 1 it itwas Itwas
was 1 to deep well w 1I from frorntheUrno thoUrao he torb torbtbo tOlktt3 toektbo
tbo disease until h br watfuf Mhied d H Hkept HJf HJfkept Hekept
kept u II awake all hour houratbthb hourillbtkbgj hourillbtkbgjand i In tha nigX nigXand 1rICand
and his health wasnt aen what whatoUwl1l1id whatoUwl1l1idcall you would wouldcall wquldcall
call good We tried everything every thine but tha tharight thtri th thright
right ri < ht thing Finally I I rotILolIIt got aaft a BOt et dthl dthlCUtlcurr the thnCuticur thecuticur
Cuticur Remedies and am pleased tn tnsay ty tosay
say y we did not Use anoltllm aM fl of them until untillie untilhe tll tllM
lie was 1 cured Whue V have waited a year yearand yearsada r ruda
and uda a half hallto to are ec tf It would wouldretunl return but butit butIt butit
it never has aqd today his hi skin U clear clearand clearand clearand
and fair fairas as It powibly poalbJycttuld could be lbo lboC I hope IhopeCuticura hopeCuticura
Cuticura C tlcur may save e some ceo cits citslittle eIJIIttlo elses elseslIttle
little ones suffering and also tJreir tJreirpocketbooluv t tteIrpocketbooks r rpoektbookl
pocketbooks ullffrinf Jobnljeaaon JobnI4essos403 ohn 1403 U 3 Atch AtchUon Atdiaon8t Ateb1onBt
iaon8t Uon fit Atchison AtchfsonXanOct49eGl AtchfsonXanOct49eGlI onXanO Kan pet 19 l 1809 1809Cuticura I II ICutlcura
Cuticura comfort for all who wboa wboafro whousIfrom suffsr suffsrfrom
from fro m facial eruptions such as sapies acn KD < pim piIapltl pimplea
plea and blackhead black eada acriorosaceafacial acriorosaceafacialeczema cgerosacesJscI1eczemaningwonxn e t dl dleczema
eczema eczemaningwonxn ringworm totter redne rough roughness IOvabIlea roughness ¬
ness and oily perspiration U isTousdiegesi isTousdiegesitle YoUad JoudUe ia eo eotle
tle anointing anolntJ p with Cutkrura CuticurOlat CuticurOlatfollowed CsitlctaOiateeatfollowed Otetaenk Otetaenkfollowed
followed by warm baths wiUt wiUtSoap wlthC1 withCuMeirsSoap 4eurt 4eurtForpreeertnc
Soap For Forpreeertnc prewi preseriylngpunlfyinind u purifying tad DClbeau DClbeautIf bean bMntifyincthe beantifying
tifyincthe tIf tifying nc the skin seaV scalp halrandliaBdarf halrandliaBdarfInfants halrand hslrandharidsofInfants 1wIdur 1wIdurI
Infants I ante children and and adldu Cutlcan CutlcanSoap CutfcuraSoap CuticunsSoap
Soap and Ointment Olntmentareprioelee OlntmentareprioeleeCUtkun are priceies priceiesCuurura
Cuurura Sotp It r25foJ IV Cntmra uwsOtt OtoUMt Ola de tilei tileisod Ut Utno
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