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Hrmorrallc Commlttermtn In Albany AlbanyA tIbirAiI Ibanrk
A AiI K What the tll Mow fto ow Sleans lUtaDIene One An AnkwcT Aner a ar
kwcT er < < r Is That TbatJsUee Justice Keoxli Is I to Be Bea 0 0a e eamed
a > amed a n icd for toterner by b Tammany TammanyAUUNT TammaayWIu
p AUUNT WIu rFeb Feb 23 3There There Is t a great jam jamof
of Democrats DcmocrataheretoillgbtlUld here tonight and more Dem Democrats Democrats Demncrat8 ¬
ocrats are to come tomorrow AU are areinterested areinterflI aretereeted
interested interflI d in the outcome of f the meeting meetingof
of the Democratic State committe which whichIR
IR I to be called to ordQr In the Hotel Ten TenKyck Tenr Tenlyck
r Kyck at noon tomorrow tamorrowby by Chairman ChairmanWilliam Chairmanf ChairmanWilliam
William J 7 Conner Cannenor of Buffalo The meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing of the committee is in response to a anil aIII
< nil 11 signed by the following tollQwlnarCfammlttel tollQwlnarCfammlttelnl 9ommlttee 9ommltteem
m neu u Arthur A McLean Newburgh NewfaurghChirles NewburghChArles NewburghCharlee
ChArles X Bulger Bu r Oswego Robert Win Winihrcp Winthrop W1nthrop
throp Chanler i > Poughkeepsie Daniel Danielbhethan Danielhehan l li
i bhethan lih han Elmira George E Von Kennan KennanOgdensburg Kenn n nf
I Ogdensburg Edwin Bailey lIey Patqhoguo PatqhoguoHarry Pat PathogueJlarry hogue hogueHarry
Harry S Pattep Utica Weeley J Spring SpringHead SpringI Springstead I
Head t ad Hnverstraw Michael J Walsh WalshYonkers WatshYanketlllnd WalshI
I I Yonkers Yanketlllnd and Patrick McCabo Albany AlbnyThere AlbanyTh AlbanyThere
Th There r is no mention Jn JI the th petition of ofany ofany orany
any purpose todepoae Chairman Conners ConnersIt
It has been lJ > en well understood under tood though that thatthis thattbis thatthis
this was the thesum sum and andubAtanceb1the substance mb tanooof of the pe petition petitlen petition ¬
tition Two wo of the committeemen who whotigned whoJigned wfosigned
signed the petition p tllloQ Mr Bailey Iley and Mr MrPatten MrPatten MrPatten
Patten were never ntlYer elected State Sta commit commlttAemen committflemen committemen I
tAemen by their thelrBenate Senate district constitu constituents ¬
ents They were arbitrarily named by bythe bytbe bythe
the ConnernMurphy combination In the theCarnegie theCarnegie theI
I Carnegie Hall convention of April 1808 1808Chairman 18C18Chal 1908Chairman
Chairman Chal froM Canners and MayorF Fuhrmann Fuhrmannof hrmlUlnof i
of Buffalo and the Conner contingent contingentarrived contingentrrlm contingentarrived
arrived tonight tonl < < ht shortly after Charlee F FMurphy F1urphy PMurphy
Murphy leader of Tammany Tamma ly Hall Daniel DanielCohalan DanielCohallUl DanielF i
F > Cohalan Philip Donohue Thomas F FSmith Fmlth PImith
Smith and others arrived With them themuras themas themWAN
WAN as John II McCooey the Democratic Democraticleader DemocraticleAder Democratictender
leader of Kings Kln county Conners and andMurphy andIurphy andMurphy
Murphy and their friends are all at a the theHotel theJloteol theHotel
Hotel Ten Eyck All of these men were wereconfronted wereconfronted wereconfronted
confronted by a striking editorial article articleIn
In the Albany Argvt the Democratic Democraticorgan Democ tio tionrgan
organ of the party in thto th territory for formany formany formany
many years The article deprecates deprecatestrife
strife in the party in inlheee these words wordsIt
It Is a time when henatrlle strife dimension and anddi anddl and1ieord
di 1ieord cord among Democrats Dem1 la should be avoided avoidedind
and the utmoKt effort be made to proceed proceedvfth proceedtth r < Keed KeedIth
vfth Ith care and circumspection and to do dorolhlai doIIOthlnlt doFothInZ
rolhlai which will mar Democratic pro protct pr08eel prosIect
tct > eel or < < Ir aid the Republicans RepublicanThe v vThe
The Carnegie Hall convention of April AprillM April111M Aprilafter
lM after It I 1t4 arbitrary and highhanded highhandedof blghhAndedtmefJltlnc blhMndednneittng
tmefJltlnc of duly elected ele < ted delegates pro proceeded proded pro5ded ¬
ceeded ded to chootw eh by blanket revolution revolutioncontra rOlOlutionI resolutiontcontraryto
contra tcontraryto ryto right and a nd precedent the mem memtorn memoh memhers
torn h < lIIor of the Dcmocntlu Bute committee committeeThe
The effect of this thllnfamou8 Infamous procedure was wastwofold waGtworeld waatotold
I twofold twofoldU
It made those State Sta commit committeemen teomen who whohad whohad wholied
had been honestly chosen by their weral weralSenate Mveralfenate seeraIenste
Senate district and were were permitted to toret toI toTetIU
I ret retala In th tl tkLz lr ts ben benel1cla flcUriee rlee of specIaL Vpeclalrrlrtlats apeclalI specIaLprirtlega
I rrlrtlats rather than representatives of ofthe ofi atthe
i the parly par1 vli1ttflsrsndtrTUiTh votftn ituliuHtni lIrhl dlu hi Hiuttefdw Hiuttefdwcases IU IUcues 1b1W 1b1Wcases
cases It trabktltuteci for the lawful choice choiceof
of the Democrat of a Senate district mon mondestitute m man mandetttut n ndtltute
destitute of claim savo that of tbo theba itronic itronicfcaad atron atronb1daad
fcaad b1daad ba sad without title to alt aa State com ooramttte commktMroe coinmtttemen
mttte mktMroe roen l save sa Te that of might mlhtmake mlhtmakerlalit makes makesright makesright
right rightThere rlalitThe
rightTher There The appear a pearon on the roll rollor of the Demo Democratic DemcraUc8taleoommUtee DemOcratic ¬
cratic craUc8taleoommUtee State tate committee the following who whowere whower whowere
were not tie choice of the Democrats of the theSenate the6enate theSenatetdlithti
Senate Senatetdlithti district which whlchtbe they purport to tor torep torepreent
r rep repreent repreentSecond pre ntr ntrSecond QtSecand
Second Joseph Jos ph Caaaldx In place of Her Herbert flerbert liarbert ¬
bert 8 Hsrfrey HsrfreyThird UarteyThird flareyThird
Third John J lhn Hr li Delaney In place of M I J JCummins JCummlP JCummhgs
CumminsFourth Cummins CummlPFourtbWlIllam CummhgsFourth
Fourth FourtbWlIllam William E McGuIre In place of otJ ofJ ofJ
J W Webber WebberFifth Wb WebberFifth r rFifth
Fifth VlllUm > A Doyle P07 In place ofT of T F FWogan FWoaan FWoman
Woman Woganbirth Woaant1rth WomanSixth
birth Thomas Tholl s F Brrnea in place of ofB ofIi
Ii > 1 E Butler ButlerSeventh ButlerJ ButlerSeventh
Seventh M f T r Meagbcr Mea er In place of P II IIMcCarren II1CCarreu IiMeCarreo
McCarren McCarrenEiahth MeCarreoEighth 1CCarreuthdlth
Eighth William F FIloyIe Boyle ole in Inplaee place ot John JohnL
L Hhea HheaSixteenth HheaRht MbeaSlzlcenth
Sixteenth Rht nth Bart Dunn In place of Maurice oCrtauricertathelllon otMauriceatherson MauriceF
F rtathelllon rtathelllonSeventeentb ather athersonteventsenthJ on onbcvent
bcvent Seventeentb cnth J Sergeant Cram In place of ofThomas or1b0 ofl
1b0 Thomas l h4niut 1M 1 p Rush RushTwentyMventh RuabTwent7Hyenth flushTwentyeeventh
TwentyMventh George B Van Valken Valkenbiirsli Valltenburall Valkenburgh
burgh in place of William D Brlnnler BrlnnlerThirtythird DrlnnlerThirtythird BrinnierThirtythird
Thirtythird William M Cameron Mn Mnplace In Intlareor intlaceot
place tlareor at John Anderson AndelllOnJr AndelllOnJrThlrtyftrth Jr JrThlrtynrth JrThirtyfifth
Thlrtynrth Charle II Bulger In place pUcwot
ot Chance E NorrU NorrUTlilrtynlxtb NcVIThlrtYlOlxth ZorMTbrtyslxth
Tlilrtynlxtb Ulrrr 8 Patten In place of ofJohn orJohn ofJohii
John W V Potter PotterFortieth Potterorlleth PottcrFortieth
Fortieth AVIIIUm B Harper lIar r In place of ofha orhIlrIN ofhirlce
hIlrIN ha rip F lUttlgan lUttlganFiftieth HatthranlrUelh IlattleanFiftieth
Fiftieth Henry iIen P Burcard Bnr ard in place of ofJnme efJAmell ofJemes
Jnme Smith Jr JrFlftyflrnt JrFlfbnrstThernu JrFiftyflrsl
Flftyflrnt FlfbnrstThernu Thomas P Hoffernan In place placeof
of James O Bennett BennettA Bennetttotal
A t total of sixteen slsteenseablthln1t seats seatsthink think of It ItIone ItIonethird illonethird I one onethird
third of the total committee membership membershipof
of fiftyone nftyonelawlly lawlessly and arbitrarily arbltrarllYleleoted arbltrarllYleleotedlthout selected selectedIthont selectedwithout
without regard to the results reeultt101 of the Demo Democratic Democratlo Democrab ¬
crab primaries In the several Senate dis district dlstrlct 4j 4jtrtcts ¬
trict trtctsWhy
trictWhy Why hv was w the Democratic State com committee committe cornrnittee ¬
mittee called at this time Some of the thestrongest thefltrongNit thetrongeat
strongest and oldest organization Demo Democrats Demots Democrate ¬
crate ts declared declaredtonlght tonight that the turning turningout
out of a State chairman who had been beenelected beenelected beenV
elected for two years is revolutionary revolutionaryIt
V It has been well known I lown that Chairman ChairmanConners ChaIrmanConnera ChairmanConnors
Conners and d Charles F Murphy Murphyhn Murphyhnnot have havenot hayonot
not been n in accord for f r several months monthshut monthshIlt monthshut
hut personal feelings between politicians politiciansare
are seldom the actuating motives for a amove amee amove
move like this For that reason Democrdtt Democr4ts Demo Democrats ¬
crats In the Conners camp as well as ashoa ASth66e asthose
those In the Murphy camp have been beenhunting beenhlJntln beenhintlmg
hunting all 11 day for the real actuating actuatingmotive actuatingmotive actuatingmotive
motive for the meeting tomorrow and andDemocrats andDemocrats andDemocrats
Democrats in those thO two campe said saidtonight aaldtnl saidtonight
tonight tnl ht that it was disclosed when they thtyreAd theyread thpyr
r reAd ad of the removal of Chairman Con Conn Conrtre
l rtre n rss commissioners of appraisal and andclerks andIerks andclerks
clerks from their places in the condemna condemnation ¬
tion of Cataklll Catekilw8lerwaya waterways land landTh landThe landThe
Th The Conners men declared and Demo Democrats Demoratl Demorath ¬
crats ratl outside of that t t camp also assert asserthat aMerttnlt asserttht
hat the real reallriotlvo motive for the turning out outof outor outor
or Conners as State chairman and the the1i the1t16mhwd themiiual
1t16mhwd < 1i miHAa miiual of his men men fOm the Cataklll Cataklllwaterway Cataklllwaterway Catskillwaterway
waterway land proposition was because becausef
or ° f in g arrangement by which whl h Charles F FMurphy FllIrphy FMurphy
Murphy Is to have haveabeolute absolute control of the theparty thenrty therxrty
party organization in the State 8tateBO so that thatv
v the State St4teconventlon convention next fall he is J to tonominate tonominate tonominate
nominate for Governor Supreme Court CourtJustice CourtJII CourtJkttcS
Justice JII tlce Martin J Keogh of Westchester WestchesterThere
There rhe have been many m ny hints and much muchRofwlp muchgOPIIIlp muchgreilp
Rofwlp over ov r this th matter before today but buttonight butlonipht buttonight
tonight most of the Democrats on the theground therOlUt theground
ground now n w believe Justice Keoghnomination Keoghnomination Keogh Keoghsnomination
nomination to be a foregone conclusion conclusionThle
1 Thle here is no objection to this on the part partM
M the Democrats Democrateyumbled assembled here for the thethat therPlilOon therpsson
rPlilOon that Conner early rly in 1008 and In Inorganized In100A InlIot
100A organized the programme by which whichR whichlIIiam which1111am
lIIiam R Heast was nominated in the theformer thefermer theI
I former year and Lewis Stuyreaant Chan Chanter ChanJer Chanler ¬
ter was all nominated In the latter year yearti
> IIIi
lrumabout Turn Turnabout about Is laJair Isfair fair play say y those Demo Democrats De Democrate o ocraw ¬
craw and they continued by making It ilknown ItImown itknown
known that Justice Keogh was born In InWaterford InIreland InWaterford
Waterford Ireland and if elected Gover Governor Oovernor Govarnor ¬
nor he would atop there for the ther reason reasonthat reasonthat lOD lODI
that a foreign born citizen Js not aoteliclble aoteliclblefor eligible eligiblefor
I for President Preeld nt of the United States StatesThe 8tateI StatesThe
The fact that Mr MoCooey Democratic Democraticleader neoeratIoleader DezocratLoleader
I leader of Kings Kin county came to Albany Albanjwith AlbanyI Albanywth1Ir Albanywth
with wth1Ir Mr fr Murphy and that thalal1 all alitho the Demo Democratic Democratlc Democratic ¬
I cratic State StatecommllteemenfromXlnts committeemen from KIntt KInttcounty ins inscounty
county are to vote to oust Chairman Con Conners Conners Contiers ¬
ners tomorrow tom rrow has been variously com commented commcnted cornmcntetj ¬
mented upon but butthefealfacta the teal facts according accordingto
to tothose those familiar familltrlflttlthem fam1lirwIQt with them are that thltal1 all but bulsix butIxol butsix
six Ixol of the theelcht eight State committeemen commltte > en el1 from fromKings fromKine fromKings
Kings were seated In the theCarn Carnegie gieHall gieHallconveontlon Hal Halconvention HallConvention
convention of 1BOS by command comQndot of Mr MrMurphy 11
Murphy and politically speaking are the thechattels thechAttels thechattel5
chattels of Tammany It turns out oulthat outthat outthat
that there is I a perfect understanding be between beten betwoee ¬
ten Mr Murphy and Mr McCooey to Uthe tothe tothe
the effect that the Democrats from New NewYorkandKingsoounties NewYorkandKlngscounUe8 NewYorkandEIngsooune
YorkandKingsoounties and this arrange arrangement arrngement nge ngement ¬
ment also includes the Democrats of The TheBronx TheBronx TheBronx
Bronx Queens and Richmond boroughs boroughsshall borouabsact borouhashalt
shall act together In State conventions conventionsbut
but that this Ie does hot deprive the Brook Brooklyn BrookIyn Brook13n
lyn organisation of Its individuality for foithe lorthe forthe
the autonomy of Brooklyn Mr Murphy M hy
has all allaleng along suspected s peAt it was wasll4id said that thaiMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Conners has organized arganl a movement movementfor movementlor
for the nomination n of Edward M Shepard Shepardof
of Brooklyn klyn for Oovernor Mr Murphy
it was wa added docs doosDotbelieve doesnot not believe that thatMr thatMrShepardw Mr MrShepard MrShepard
Shepard would uld make a strong candidate candidatefor >
for the reason alOn that Mr Shepard did not notdemonstrate notdomonstrate notdomonetrate
demonstrate himself to b be much of a ncampaigner acampaigner acampaigner
campaigner in Jhe bl1 Mayoralty fight in New NewVMI NewYort NewYork
VMI York t tThe
city cityThMurphy
The Th ThMurphy Murphy men asserted late aLetolilght aLetolilghtthat tonight tonightthat tonigbtthat
that they had Conners beaten in to tomorrows tomorrow tomorrows ¬
morrows meeting by a vote of 3C to 10 10and 18and 19and
and that John A Dlx of Washington Washingtoncounty Wathingtoncounty WasWugtoncounty
county with offices here in Albany ft ftstill rs8till 1 1still
still the Murphy candidate for State Statechairman Statechairman
chairman Mr Dix has taken an active actirpart activepart activepart
part in the organization of the Democratic Democratia Demo Democratic ¬
cratic State League lie I1ew was the candi candidate candidate ¬
date for LieutenantGovernor in 1908 on onthe onthe onthe
the Chanler ticket Other candidatementioned bandidatementioned candidates candidatesmentioned
mentioned are Mayor John K Kgue Sague of ofPoughkeep 01Poughkee ofPougbke4ele
Poughkeep Pougbke4ele ie e and Edward E Perkins PerkinsDemocratic PerkinsDemOCJlltlocounty PerkinsDemocretiocounty
Democratic DemOCJlltlocounty county chairman of ofDutcha ofDutchaD6tweon Dutches fDtcbeseBetween DutchesBetween
Between now and tomorrows routing routingthough t tdet4ngthough JdeUnlJtbou
though tbou < < h a anew new candidate may be trotted trottedout trottedout
out but at the moment it Is Dlx DlxMr Dixolr DlxMr
Mr Murphy said tonight that he had badno hadno hadno
no reply to make r to the various iner inervlewa ineriewa InterViews
Views whiah Chairman Connors gave out outin outinNew outin
in inNew New York 1orkoity city He was waaln In conference coafrrencwith confeorencewIth conferencewith
with Mayor MayorF Fuhrmann Many llanypowerful llanypowerfulInftuences powerful powerfulinfluence powerfulinfluences
influence have been be < < 1at at s work within the thelast thelalt thelast
last two weeks and are still at t work in the theeffort theelrart theeffort
effort to bring about some 8Omeaort sort of a com compromise oomprom cornpromie ¬
promise prom le but after the talk of Mr Murphy Murphyand
and Mayor Fuhrmann tonight little hope hopeIs
Is held out for fortha the reason rea on that Mr Murphy Murphyand
and his friends have organized their theirplans th theirplans ir irplana
plans for the State convention and evra evraif evmIf evtaif
if there was no ill feeling I lIng between them themselves themae1ve themaelvee ¬
selves and Mr Conners they would not notchange notchange notchange
change their plans now nowLate nowLa nowLate
Late La tonight efforts elortIwere were made on ontbe ontbepart the thepart thepart
part of Mr Murphy friends Irl nda to Induce InduceChairman InduceChairman InduceChairman
Chairman Conners to torefIgnbeforethe torefIgnbeforetheStale rcwfgn before the theStale theStale
Stale committee assembles mblea tomorrow tomorrowwith totnorrdwwiu w ww1U1
with the Idea of ofavol avoiding llnzapparent apparent file frlctlonjn fileti9jt rlctI
tlonjn tI lI1IhJr Jthq rgginJjsatlon J 1oaUIJIh 1oaUIJIhmportimltlNaiaTm ToaUaaobinportunitIM TotaU auoi auoiImportunities
Importunities mportimltlNaiaTm Chairman u Qonnera < m rspye gave a astout astout astout
stout no of thirteen different kinds and andmore andmon andmorE
more noes If wanted Chairman Conners Connersdeclared Connellldeclared Connersdeclared
declared that he was w not of the resigning resigningkind
kind that he had not done anything tor torwhich lorwhich sorwhich
which he should be called call < < l upon to resign resignand rNicnIUld renignand
and he doosnt believe ho is beaten yet yetAt yetAt yeLAt
At a very late hour up came talk about aboutfurther aboutlurther aboutfurther
further efforts to totnake make former Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court Justice DCady D y Herrick of Albany Albanychairman Albanychalnnan Albanychairman
chairman of the committee to succeed Mr MrConners MrConners MrConner
Conners For more than a week Judge JudgeHerricks JudgelIerrlcks JudgeHorvicks
Herricks name has been advanced by byinfluential byinlluentlal byInfluential
influential Democrats Many Democrats Democratshave Demooratabave Democratshave
have thought that Judge Herrick might mightbejiominated mightbenomlnated mightbejiominated
bejiominated for Governor Oovernarnext next fall falllUld falllUldtheyhave and andthey andtheyhave
they theyhave have recalled that Samuel J Tllden Tlldenwas TUdenwas
was chairman of the Democratic State Statecommittee Statecommittee Statecommittee
committee In 1874 181tand and resigned imme immediately lmmed1tely hnmediately ¬
diately after he was nominated for forGovernor forGovemer forGovernor
Governor GovernorChairman GovemerChalnnan GovernorChairman
Chairman Conners ConnelllllBld said at midnight midnightI
I know that I Iw1l will not be removed to tomorrow tomerrow tomorrow ¬
morrow Murphy knows it too tooThe too11e tooThe
The Murphy men said this was non nonETHKL nonaenae nonsense
ETHKL UlIlKYMOltE 111 111 ILLThe 111The 111Tile
The Empire Theatre to Remain Closed Closedirntil Clos ClostnUI ClosedInUi
irntil Friday FridayMiss FridayMiss rlda rldaM1M
Miss Ethel Barrymoro Mrs Russell T TColt TColt TColt
Colt Jr Is ill mat at her herhome home M East Thirty Thirtyfourth Thlrtyfourtb Thirtyfourth
fourth street She baa a severe cold and anda
a touch of the grip The Empire The Theatre Theatre Theatre ¬
atre in which ehe is playing In Arthur ArthurWhig ArthurWing ArthurWing
Wing Pineros MidChannel was dark darklost darkwt darklast
lost night and will remain closed until untilFriday untilFriday untilFriday
Friday night nightMlBfl nightMlM nightMiss >
Miss Barrymore took a little cold last lastSunday IaBtSunday lastSunday
Sunday She appeared on Monday night nightand nightand nightand
and added to it When she returned returnedto
to her home after the performance she shebad ahebad shebad
bad a high fever feverDr leverDr feverDr
Dr L L Danforth of 49 < West Fifty Fiftysecond YUtysecond Fiftysecond
second street was called in Dr Dan Danforth Danforth Danforth ¬
forth forbade his patient to go out Tues Tuesday Tueedfty Theaday ¬
day but Miss Barrymore Insisted and andplayed 4J1dp1ay andplayed
played p1ay d twice that thatday thatdayTuesday day dayTuesday dayTuesday
Tuesday night her temperature re remained remained yeinained ¬
mained high and Dr Danforth feared fearedthat fearedthat fearedthat
that she he waa w going to develop a case of otpneumonia ofpneumonia ofpneumonia
pneumonia Acute laryngitis had set setin eetIn setIn
in and her voice was entirely gone Yes Yesterday Yeaterday Yesterday ¬
terday morning word was sent t to the the theatre theatretbat theaty ¬
atre atretbat that It would be Impossible for the thaactress theactnM theactress
actress to continue her be work for a fewdays few rewdaJ8 fewdays
days anyhow anyhowLast anyhowtaat anyhowLast
Last night it was said at the Colt nous nousthat house houeethat housethat
that Miss Barrymbres Ban7m re conditionwas condltloaWUBOmwhat some somewhat somewhat ¬
what Improved Her fever had decreased decreasedand
and Dr Danforth said that be oonsiderec oonsiderecall
all danger of pneumonia past Her voice voicewas Tolcewas voicewas
was still gone however Dr Danforth Danforthsaid Danforthaald Danforthraid
said that be hoped his J apatlentWOuld patient would be beable beable beable
able to appear again In two or three days daysbut dAybut daysbut
but he could not say for sure sureAt aureAt sureAt
At the Empire Theatre last night this thisplacard U thisplacard a ap1acsrd
placard was posted On account of the theslight theelllbt theslight
slight Indisposition indl poaltlon of Miss MI a Barrymora Barrymorathis Barryrnorethiatbeatrawill lO111ore lO111orethis
this thiatbeatrawill theatre tbtrewill will be beoloaed closed until untllliextFrldy untllliextFrldywhen next Friday Fridaywhen Fridaywhen
when the there regular lar performance will m be beresumed beTl8umed beTtIaJ
resumed resumedTtioi Tl8umedTh
Ttioi Th TtIaJ P Fallh Walsh Critically III In Texas TexasWASHINGTON TenWuUtNOTON TexasWasnzztoro
WASHINGTON Feb 23 nWord Word reached reachedhere reOhedhere reachedhere
here tonight that Thomas F Walsh ii iicritically IIcritically iscritically
critically ill In Ban Antonio Tex His Hissoninlaw 11I1BOninlIlw Illssoninlaw
soninlaw Edward B McLean and nd Mrs MrsMcLean MrsMcLean MrsMcLean
McLean left for San Antonio today in inresponse Inrea inresponse
response rea nlle to a telegram Mr Walsh left leftWashington leftWa leftWashIngton
Washington Wa blngtoB several weeks ago in very verypoor verypoor verypoor
poor health healthMaaretaola healthlUaurelaala healthMauretania
Maaretaola Speaks peak Cape aiaee aiaeeCAFE KaeeCAP aee aeeCars
CAFE RACK No N F Feb FebUTheMar FebUTheMaroom 23 23The The Mar Marconi Marooni ¬
coni station here was in communication communicationwith
with the Mauritania MaurotanIawhlch which was soBSneaai soBSneaaiof IIOt1sh IIOt1shof
of Cape ape Roe ce at 640 4O P M f bound d west westAVOC8TA weatA110t18TA westAVOVSTA
Southern Railway Hl1 Liken A August BeocUl LT LTNYliairie2BAU LyH LvN
NYliairie2BAU H T Jallr 10211 A W Dratttagroom Dn1o1JlC and 114 state ataUroam lta ltafOIIm stateroom
roam tiemtog II f C cars rI DIBble car nice N Y YOfflrt YomNt vomce
Offlrt 1SW J Broadway BioadeayAfl T >
Mr Ir UlUeton Ills IllsCounIeiSas Counsel Sajs Sa He Acted Actedas
as a lie Did en n Bridge Brld BUta DtI to Please PleasePlait FUlePlaUDeoouaera FeaiePlattDenouncre
Plait PlaUDeoouaera Denounces Concert and toe toeBridge tileridee Ibeflrtdge
Bridge Companies as 1 Corruptlenlsu CorruptlonlltI CorruptlonlltALBANY CerruptlonlatsALBaNY CorruptlenlsuALBANY I
ALBANY Feb 23 SSenator Senator Alldss 1I s de defence derence dafence ¬
fence In the bribery accusation made by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Conger began today lie began beganhis
his defence by resigning as President Presidentpro
pro tern of the Senate This means that thathe thathe thathe
he also a so retires as majority leader on the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor of the Senate SenateMr SenateMr SenateMf
Mr Allds said ald he resigned because becausebe be auae auaebe
be wanted to g get t on on the same ume level with withSenator wlthSenator withSenator
Senator Conger and fight his acouseV acouseVman accua accuaman acousrman
man to man fashion Mr Alldss formal formalresignation formallMlarnation formalresignation
resignation was at tiled with the Senate Senateclerk Senatecle Senateclark
clerk cle and read during the Senate nate session sessionthis IIonthl sessionthis
this thl afternoon It wa w spread upon the thejournal tbeJoumal thejournal
journal without action by the Senate Senatebut Senatebut Senatebut
but he Senate may accept the resigns resignation reslgnotlon resignsdon ¬
don any time It please pleas9IThet pleasesThat pleaseThat
That Senator Alldss Alld position upon uponbridge uponbridge uponbridge
bridge legislation at the session of IDOl IW1w IDOlbaaed 1901was
w was s based upon the desires of United UnitedStates UnltdBtates UnitedStates
States Senator Thomas C Plait and not notbecause notbec notbecduse
because bec lJ8e of a bribe from rota the Congers Congerswas
was u the declaration made to the S Senate 8enatetp1lsy Senatetpday nate natetpday
tpday In his opening address add by Martin MartinW Martinwf IartlnW
W wf Littleton counsel for Senitor Alldi AlldiMr Alld1Ir MidsMr
Mr Littleton characterized the bridge bridgecompanies bridgecompanles bridgecompanIes
companies as conspirators leaving a atrail atrail atrail
trail of corruption throughout ut five States Statesamong Statesamong i iamong
among town officials lie Insisted that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the legislators were not blackmailers blackmailersbut
but that the bridge companies Initiated Initiatedthe
the corruption fund to defeat legislation legislationsuggested learislatlonsuargl8ted legislationsuggested
suggested in the Interests of the towns townsMr townsMr townsMr
Mr Littleton said he would show that thatSenator thatSenator thatSenator
Senator Alldss life record reco would render renderhis renderhis
his word more worthy of belief by the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate than that of any representative representativeof
of ofthe the bridge companies Mr Littleton Littletondid
did not otherwise outline the defence defencewhich defenoehlcb defencewhich
which hlcb Senator Alldss counsel are re to toadopt toadopt toadopt
adopt adoptMr adoptlUr adoptMr
Mr Littleton consumed all the morn morning moming mornlog ¬
ing with his opening address The after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon was WI devoted deot to the first witness wltnlMfor wltnlMforthe for forthe forthe
the defence Hiram Pr P Porter who was wasclerk w wclerk wasclerk
clerk of the Assembly Committee on onInternal onInternal onInternal
Internal Affairs in 1801 Porter testified testifiedthat t testifledthat tlfled tlfledthat
that the amendments which took tooVlbe tooVlbelIting tooktbeeting the thesting
sting out of the inimical legislation legislationso 1 lsltlon
so far as the bridge brid < < e companies were w re con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned were handed to him by Senator SenatorBnn SenatorIJ40nn SenatorBean
Bean Conger Cong r who was at the time the thenecond thelIecond thesecond
second man on the committee and the thechairman thechairman thechairman
chairman in the tbeabMonce absence of George Georgeftoughty W Wlollshty WDotighty
ftoughty the regular chairman Senator SenatorConger SenatorConger onator onatorConger
Conger had hadt testified tUled that he did not know knowwhere knowwbere knowwhere
where these amendments came from fromThe rromThe fromTil
The Til opening of the defence of Senator SenatorAUd SenatorAlldIiahractedsuc SenatorAllcIa
AUd AlldIiahractedsuc attracted such an immense immt crowd crowdthat crowdthat crowdthat
that the theaenatotl Senators called lor help elp Seas Senator 8entor Seastor ¬
tor N Ncomb > wcomb raid the Senate floor was b bunhealthy bfcti be besmirisithy
fcti t1 b rabte rabtetRltNltby
unhealthy and disgraceful disgracefulChairman d dIigracefuChairman ful fulChairman
Chairman Davh Daviusaid said Mr Newcomb Newo mbwa mbwarip win winright war1glt
right and added addedWfthin addedWithin addsdWithin
Within the last thrt minute one oneSenator aQeSellAtar oneSenator
Senator alone has passed pause in three women womenclaiming Wltmtnc1alntnc wtmenclaiming
claiming each to be his hi wlte wifeSenator wlteBenator wlteSenator
Senator Gledblll said there would he heless helesa beless
less confusion on onthe the Senate floor 1l00rlf If the theSenators theSenators theSenators
Senators k kept pt their own seats The TheSenators TheSenators TheSenators
Senators observed that Senator New Newcomb Newcomb Newcomb
comb at the time was occupying Senator SenatorAlldss SenatorAlldes Senator4ildas
Alldss seat to and tho crowd broke out In Ina Ina
a hearty laugh Senator Grady moved movedthat moedthat movedthat
that admission on the floor of the Senate Senatebe
be by card only onl Otherwise Senator SenatorGrady SenatorOrady SenatorGrady
Grady Insisted that the Senate ruin ruinclearing rullllc1earinl rulesclearing
clearing the floor entirely would ba baforced hIforced beforced
forced forcedSenator forcedSenator forcedSenator
Senator The > McManus deprecated deprecatedstrenuous d deprecatedstrenuous preoatedltAnuous
strenuous tactics He said that the thedoors thedoon thedoors
doors ought ou < < ht to be opened until the Senate Senatewas Ben to toWM towas
was comfortably parked parkedThe ps peckedTbe < ked kedThe
The people have n right to be here heresaid hereea1d hereeald
said Senator JJcManun McM nw and we u should shouldnot ehouldnot shouldnot
not keep them out It may be a long longtime longtJroe longtime
time before they will have the pleasure pleasureof
of another trial like this thisSenator thlsSenator thisSenator
Senator Caffrey asked ked if each fOa h Senator Senatorcould Senatorcould Senatorcould
could be permitted to bring a lady In InSenator InBenotor inSenator
Senator Emerson insisted that Senator SenatorGrady SenatorOrady SenatorGrady
Grady should not be trying to keep any anyone anyone anyone
one out when he was wutring trying to get Elihu ElihuRoot ElihuRoot ElihuItoot
Root all 11 the way waylrom from Washington into intothe Intothe intothe
the Senate SenateFinally SenateF1D4l1y SenateFinally
Finally Senator Grady motion pre prevailed prevailed prerailed ¬
vailed by a vote of 20 to 18 And here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after none but persons having the cards cardsof
of Chairman Davis can get on the Senate Senatefloor BenLtofloor Senatefloor
floor Party lines were drawn on the thevote theVote thevote
vote VotePIr
Mr Littleton in his opening address addressbrought addreeebrought addressbrought
brought out his points with dramatlo dramaticeffect dramatloerroct dramatloeffect
effect The Senators listened to him himwith hmwith himwith
with close attention Certain Senators Senatorshad Senatohad Senatorshad
had told Mr Littleton that aittDjr maDrcir maDrciroumatanoes manrclrcinnatanoes cir circumstances ¬
cumstances surrounding the bridge legis legislation lepIatJon legislatlon ¬
lation were not clear in their minds min and andMr andYr andMr
Mr Littleton took much mu h time to Include Includein
in his opening an analysis of the bridge bridgelegislation brld brld1topIaUOD bridgelegislation
legislation legislationWST 1topIaUODway
way AIADB ALL 8 RESIOmSO DBAWtRBHIP DBAWtRBHIPRemarking LJADZltllaIPRemarldng LzavzaIrBemarldng
Remarking that the President 1t pro tern ternof temof ternof
of the tb Senate was a constitutional con ttluUonal officer officerand omoerand offloersad
and could not be removed remondlncept except through througha throughSeaato
a Senate impeachment trial Mr Littleton Littletondeclared Littletondeclared L4ttletcndeclared
declared that for this reason rea on and In order ordernot orderDat ordernot
not to embarrass his Republican col colleagues colIeues calleslues ¬
leagues Senator SenatorAllds AlleY has filed hta hi resigns resignation reslpalion resignstiori ¬
lion as President pro tern ternI
I appeal to th the members of the Sonata Sonatacontinued Bonateeontlnued Senatecontinued
continued Mr Littleton for a suspension suspensionof
of their judgment In this case I would wouldappeal wouldappeAl wouldappeal
appeal to the press but I fear It is too late lateI
I have a right however to appeal to those thosewho thOlewho thosewho
who are to pass judgment upon this thischarge tht thtchar thischarge
charge char I know how difficult it is to re receive recveonebalf recelva ¬
ceive cveonebalf onehalf of the th presentation of a acase athe acsethe
case csethe the prosecutions side aideand and not nothave no notbate I Ihave
have an impression and conclusions conelu 1ons grow growup growup growup
up In the minds of the persons who hear It ItWhen ItWhen itWhen
When Senator SenatorAlids Allds demanded an investi investigation Innltlptioa izivesilgatloa ¬
gation he heaald said to the Senate that wheq whenthe wheqthe
the record of the two womena mens Uvee as It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has already been written shall be deter determined deterI ¬
I mined the presence or absence of ofmoUve ofmoUvewill motive motivewill motivewill
will necessarily be the touchstone which whichshall whlebhall whichshall
shall determine that which must stand standon
on an issue of veracity veracityAfter veracityArter veracityAftor
After Senator Conger disclosed the theAllds theAlida theAUd
Allds bribery at the Ten Eyck conference conferencethere conrere conrerethent con erenoe erenoethere
there was no obligation upon him to be become become become ¬
come the public prosecutor of Senator SenatorAllds SenatorAlJda SenatorAUdi
AUdi ual unless behind it was a motive of ofrevengs ofrevenpbeoauao ofrevenge
revenge revenpbeoauao because Senator A A1d kU Id prevented preventedthe
I the th Congers getting letti favorable bridge bridgelegislation brldlO1qWtian bridge1gIIatio
legislation legislationA
A Mr Littleton then reviewed the history historyof
of bridge legislation for two decades In Infouri InC IncoflIMtset
coflIMtset C ttHft fouri r tItfA Peg i
Avlater AvIat r Hamilton Proves FacilIty for forCrossing ferCrolnl forCrossing
Crossing the Metlean Herder HerderEi
EL PASO Tex Feb Jb 23 2SAD Aa aviator aviatorplayed aTlatorplayed aviatorplayed
played tag with the customs cu toms officers of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two nations today remaining remalnn In the air airthirteen allthIrteen airthirteen
thirteen minutes and covering fifteen fifteenmiles nrteenmllee tlfteenmiles
miles ta it his flight flightCharles l1ahtCharlea 1ht 1htCharles
Charles K Hamilton fluttered above aboveEl
El Paso Pa and Juarez Mexico darting back backand backand backand
and forth from one city to the other otherover otherever otherover
over the international boundary and anddemonstrating anddemonstrating anddemonstrating
demonstrating as he had haddeo1red declared he hewould bewould hewould
would the practicability of the flying flyingmachine ftJIngmachine flyingmachine
machine in smuggling operations operationsAfter
After hla hl ill luck yesterday In which whichhe
he fell f lI and smashed his machine he added addeda
a hundred h I1dred square feet of wings and nd ex experienced experienced cxperienoed ¬
perienced no difficulty in remaining In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the air and guiding his machine at will willHe willHe willlie
He made the three flights and crossed crossedinto oreeedInto crossedinto
into Mexico each e ch time tlmeour Four hundred hundredspectators hundredspectltore hundredspectators
spectators witnessed the flights flightsMinVALK flightslIIrn41Ji lah lahJIlD1II
Steel Company Stockholders to Get a aBlock a8tocl atock
Block < Dividend of 13OO Per Tent TentPRILADKLPIIU VratPRJLADBLPWA tientPnILADthpUIA
PRILADKLPIIU Feb 23 Shareholders 23Sbnreholderof Shareholdersof
of the Midvalo Steel Company are to toreceive toreceive toreceive
receive a 19000000 000000 stock I dividend This Thiswas Tllwal Thiswas
was decided today at a meeting of the theBtockbolderc tnestockboldercThe tf tfstockholders
stockholders stockboldercThe The present capital stock stockIs
Is only S730000 so this stock dividend dividendis
is equivalent to a distribution of 1200 1200per 1200per 1200per
per cent centIt c omitit nt ntIt
It represent repr 8enta a capitalization of undi undivided undlTided undivided ¬
vided profits since lapetbe the Midvale Steel SteelCompany SteelComPlUlY SteelCompany
Company was organized in 1880 and which whichon
on October 31 lost the close clO e of the com companys company8 cornponys ¬
panys fiscal year aggregated 9llM5812 9llM5812With IU8MIWith 11665812With
With the present distribution the com company cornPliny 10mpany ¬
pany will have 9750000 9750 of capital stock stockand 8tockIIDd stockand
and 0009000 of surplus profits undivided undividedBKGdARS undlTidedBFIWUtr undividedftEdJI4RS
BKGdARS PESTER MRS SAGE SAGEtppeal 8OEppeall 54 GE GEtppeuils
tppeal for Money Ionl Were Sent In Baskets InBalketof Basketsof
of loners ilowersLos lonersLos lo n
Los ANQELM Feb 23 231 Mrs Russell RussellSagei8 RUJS8ellg RussellSageie
Sagei8 g s so besieged by beggars that she shehardly obehardly shehardly
hardly dares venture from her hotel at atPasadena atPuadena atPasadena
Pasadena Positive instructions have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been given that no one shall ehIlbe be allowed allowedto
to approach Mrs Sage and her secretary secretaryattends aecretaryattenda secretaryattends
attends to all the requests that some in inletters inletters inletters
letters lettersBut lettersBut lettersBut
But one woman outwitted the theaeoro theaeorotary secre secretary secretarT ¬
tary She sent a basket 9 J beautiful beautifulflowers beautifulftawera beautifulflowers
flowers and tempting fruit to Mrs Sago Sagoand Bagoand Sageand
and it Itw was w delivered to her hrrin in person personWhen personWhen f1IOtI1 f1IOtI1When
When Mrs Mx5ge Cage e se reached reachedtho the bottom of the thebasket theballket thebasket
basket she ah hit found an envelope and opened openedit
it expecting expec ng to find simply the card of th thdonor the thedonor t tdonor
donor Instead she found a long request requestfor
for financial assistance assistanceMrs aaa18t asIstnOMrs no noMra
Mrs Sages health according to mem members members menubare ¬
bers of her h r party Is better than th n it has hasbeen hasb hasbeen
been b en for months monthsUOUOKENS montbJnOHOKlNS monthsilOIIOKKNS
3itiIt hl t Aiiolt nsn 15 Cen Centenpt pt PreoeedtRe PreoeedtReHrted PreoeedtflsSt4rted
Ntrteri by Grand Jury JuryCounty JuryCounty r rr rrCounty
County Judge John JoIuIA A Blair issued a awrit awrit awrit
writ of attachment In Jersey City yes yesterday yeetenia yesterdy ¬
terday tenia afternoon ft moon against the body ody of ofMayor ofyar ofMayor
Mayor yar George Consoles Oan 1 o Hqbokeaat Hqbokeaatthe Ioboen Ioboenthe oJNLeIL oJNLeILthe
the conclusion of a Hearing on a rule to toshow toahow toshow
show cause In contempt contemptprooeedtnga contemptprooeedtngaInUtuktdby proceedings proceedingsinstituted proceedingsinstituted
instituted InUtuktdby by the Grand Jury Ball was wasfixed wunxM was1tid
fixed at JlOOO lOt and Frederick N Eberhard Eberhardthe
the Mayors 1Ilsor personal counsel was ao aoceptod aaceptfd aocopIed
copIed as bohdeman bohdemanJudge bo bohdsmanJudge d maD maDJudge
Judge Blair directed Assistant Prose Prosecutor Pro Procutor Prosecutor ¬
cutor George T Vickers to propound propoundthe
the interrogatories and file a copy of ofthem ofth ofthem
them th m forthwith with Gonzales counsel counselThe oounaelTbe counselThe
The Mayor will answer orally tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmomlng tomorrowmorning
morning at 11 oclock and will then have havean
an opportunity to purge himself of con contempt conWlmpt contempt ¬
Near S > r llalleyt aile ami Much Swifter HMfterGeneva HMfterGenevalIeCtlIt Geneva GenevaIre
lIeCtlIt Sees Ire II brrrnwlrh reeswieh Do Doesnt DoesntSpectI ot otspecial llSpuM
IOVUON Feb 23 23At At a meeting of the theBritish theBrit18h theBritish
British Astronomical Association today todayAndrew todayAndrew todayAndrew
Andrew Crommelin assistant 8 tnt at the theGreenwich theGNenwich theOrenw1ch
Greenwich Observatory announced the thereceipt tbereceipt thereceipt
receipt of a telegram from Prof Pidoux Pidouxof
of the Geneva Observatory stating that thathe thathe thatbe
he had discovered a new comet about aboutone aboutone aboutone
one degree distant from Halleya comet cometwhich cometwblch cornetwhich
which was travelling many hundreds of ofmiles ofnU ofmiles
miles nU a second faster than the latter latterPhotographic latterPhotographic latterPhotographic
Photographic observations o1 > ervatl ns were made madeat
at Greenwich the same night but they theygave theyp theygave
gave p ve no trace of the new comet and there therewas therewa therewas
was no independent confirmation else elsewhere elseW elseceo ¬
where W ceo ent Nevertheless it was improbable improbablethai
thai tt thit t Prof Pidoux would make a blunder blunderin
in such a matter matterBnd and Mr Crommelin did didnot didnot didnot
not doubt his bl statement statementThe
The new visitor will be known as Comet CometB1910 CometB
B1910 B l 9i0 tO
The Supreme Court Sustains Her lItrClalm lItrClalmto Claim Claimto
to the Crease Mllllens MllllensSTBACUSB IJIIUelllSYIUCtTSE MillionsSTBAct7sn
STBACUSB Feb > 23 23Mro Mrs Dorothea DorotheaEdgarita DorotheaEdgarlta DorotheaEdgarita
Edgarita Grouse McVickar of New York Yorkwon Yarkwan Yorkwon
won her case CU In the Supreme Court Courttoday Courttoday Courttoday
today thus sustaining her claim to the themillions themllUons themillions
millions settled upon her by the late lateD
D Edgar EcIgarCfOuse Crouse of Syracuse The suit suitwaa aultwu suitwas
was brought by Charles E Crousecousin Crouse a acousin acousin
cousin of the late B BEdgar Edgar Ctouse to re recover reOOVfl yecover ¬
cover the money settled on Mrs Mo MoVlckar MoVleDr MoVlckar
Vlckar fifteen fifteenyean yean ago and after hear hearing hearloa hearing ¬
ing the case cueJulltice Justice De Angels AngeUadle AngeUadlemJlNd dis dismissed dl dlmissed ¬
missed the complaint complaintMrs
Mrs MoVickar is a daughter of Countess CountessEula C CountessEula unteea unteeaEuJa
Eula Potulieka who maintained that her herfirst herflrot hetfirst
first husband whose name was Wilson Wilsonwas wttonwu
was dead when she be married Mr fr Coons CrouseIt CoonsIthad
It Ithad had been contended oontendodmany many years that thatMrs thatMrs
Mrs 11 MoVlckar 1loVIckr waa w a not a legitimate legitimatedaughter 1Umt lgIUmatdaughter
daughter dautrof1fr of Mr Crouse The Te decision decisiontoday decalon decalonty decisiontoday
today ty gives her undisputed undputed possession possessionof
pon pono
of o tt 19000 000 O held heldln in trust tt by the New York YorkTrust YorkTrt YorkTrust
Trust Trt and Deposit Dept Company Campnyawaltnc awaiting a acourt acou acourt
court cou decision dean It was said tonight tonlghtthat tnlght tnlghtthat tonightthat
that the plaintiff plintif would appeal appealGARFIELD appl applGAnlIFLD appealGARFIELD
Says hell nfl Lead Lell LeadOblo Ohio Republicans Reublcan If lUe lUeI lie lieIs Usis
Is I Called Cale Ipon IponCOLOSJBCS Vp P PCOLtUatTS n ncoLUMSUS
COLOSJBCS COLtUatTS Ohio Oho Feb 23 23James 3ame James R RGarfleld ROmeld RGarfield
Garfield President PHldentRoesevlts Roosevelts Secretary Secretaryof Star
of the Interior said today that tht he is iswilling 18wUlg iswilling
willing wUlg to lead led the Republican Republcan party partyin pr
in Ohio against Gov Gv Harmon Hnan if J there is ispopular ispopular ispopular
popular demand demld for his h candidacy candidacyIf candld
If I the people pple of Ohio want me refor for a acandidate acdidat acandidate
candidate cdidat I will wi answer aDer the call cn he said saidI aaldIhe
SI Ihe I have not announced announc ray my candidacy cndldac for forGovernor tarGoveror forGovernor
Governor Goveror and I IhaTno have haveno no move to mako makehi makoI
hi I that tha direction dirion atlthli atth1 time But if I I Ifind I1ld Ifind
find 1ld that the people of the State or those thoseof
of them the that tt are ar affiliated amUt with the tl te teof Re Republican R Republlcan ¬
publican party prY1nt partywant want roe Ie to run t I will wi run runDEWETTI t tD runlZWET
Just Uk e CaaatpacB CaaatpacBF
HT HDeWe7 F Dewer De A 6loal SODS Co 0 CaJCe CaJCeHT 1 I iN Fulton FI St New N I fork Tok YorkI
AT 141 A 4 16 QVART QVUfr CAN CANIt tN tNI
It I la 1Ue Alleged That This Was al a Crime la Hr Hritralat Be BetRlt 00straint
itralat tRlt fTrade irae Teadtag Te to t Monopoly Meopel MonopolyA
8 Defendant Dedat Directors V Immune ImmuneXn ImmUe ImmUen lmmOUeEggs
Xn n Penury POtl1 and Possibly PObl M MatNeXt MatNeXtA Meat at Next NextA
A Joint indictment Inictent against eight elat of the theseventeen tbeMventn theseventeen
seventeen Mventn directors dllectol of the Consolidated ConsolidatedMilk Cnold d dMik
Milk Mik Exchange Echng was wubnde whanded banded up to Justice JusticeGoff JWto JusticeGod
God 01 by the Grand Grnd Jury In the Criminal CriminalBranch Cmhil CmhilBrnch CrimtUlBranch
Branch Brnch of the Supreme Court Cu yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeetry yeetryateron yesterdayafternoon
afternoon ateron Under the Donnelly Dorel anti antlmonopoly ant antmonopoly antimonopoly
monopoly act the accused acUed director dr n are arecharged arecbrgedith arecharged
charged cbrgedith with combining to create a mo monopoly monopoly monopoly ¬
nopoly In restraint rtralnt of trade Unless Unl the thecalculations tbecloultlon thecalculations
calculations cloultlon of the District Dlarlct Attorney Attorneyare Atorney Atorneyare
are upset upt these indictments are to be befollowed befolawed befollowed
followed folawed by more in which these men and and1possibly andpibly andpossibly
possibly pibly others will wi be b indicted Indict individu individually IndivlduaUy individually ¬
ally In that event the accused acua milk milkoperators mik mikprtorl milkpperators
operators prtorl could be tried tred separately separatelywhereas seprtely seprtelywher8 separatelywhereas
indictment for fora
whereas wher8 tinder a blanket indlotent
I a misdemeanor mllemeanor such 8uohl1 as Is I charged they theymust theyI theymust
I must be tried te together togetherThe
I The nine director dlrectra who were wfre not in indicted Indlct indicted ¬
dlct dicted were not nt touched because beQU seven sevenof aevenof sevenof
of them gave testimony ttmony at the Attorney AttorneyOenerals Attrney AttrneyOnerla AttorneyOeneras
Oenerals Onerla investigation Investigton and it could not notbe notbe notbe
be shown that tb t the two t others oters were present presentwhen prDtwben presentwhen
when the allied ale combination combinaton was made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The eight who were not Immune for either eitherof eiter eiterof
of these terlonreWaltr reasons reawonsro 4 ro Walter R Comfort Comfortpresident Cmfor Cmforplldent Comfortpresident
president of aftbe the Robert brt Reid Rid Ice Cm CmCompny Cream CreamCompany CreamCompany
Now Chambers street streetThomas atreetThol streetThomas
Company Compny at 32 S StW Chambl
Thomas Thol O Smith Stth nlth A Sons Bns 872 Sixth 81xh ave avenue avenue ayenue ¬
nue Frederick Ferick E Seller BlrI of Seller Beler Bros Brosdealers BrO BrOdelen Brosdealers
McBride McBridepresident Mc McBridepresident ride rideprdent
dealers delen in Newark Neark John JobB H
president prdent of the Consolidated Cool1t Milk lnk Ex Exchange E Echn E Echange ¬
change chn a dealer deler of Sussex SUX N J Henry HenryF lenry lenryF
F Huntemann Huntemn president and treasurer treasurerqf trurr trurrf
qf c f the Standard Stdar Dairy Dlr Company Compy at 11 ell ellEast 11 11East
East Twelfth Twelh street atrt James Jame H I Howell Howellpresident Bowel Howellpresident
president pldent of the Howell Howel Condensed Cnden Milk Milksnd Ml Milkand
and Cream Cm Company Compn at 1 Jefferson Mar Market Markt Marhat ¬
hat kt George Or Slaughter 81uhter of the th R R F Stevens StevensCompany StevensCmpy StevensCompany
Company Cmpy in Brooklyn Brk and Daniel DnlelBle Bailey Baileyan B iiey iieyan
an out of town dealer deMr The nine nne other otherdirectors otherdl otherdirectors
directors dl are Charles Crle H C Beake Bke I C CJordon CJor CJordon
Jordon Jor < D Joseph V Jordon Joron John P Wierck WierckJoseph WierckJoph WierckToeeph
Joseph Joph Laemmle Lel8 secretary aectl of the ex exchange exon oxchange ¬
change on George rge Ihnken Ikn William B Conk ConkUn Ck CkUn ConkUn
Un William Vli V K Fo Rogers pra and a Henry He Youngs YoungsThe Y YoungeThe aUp aUpT
The T accusations atlO against aplt the te Indicted Indicteddirectors indi Indicteddirectors
directors dirrs are based bD oa allegations alegtO of a acombination acombtt aoombinatici
combination combtt to fix lx the te price pr at t which whichmilk whc whichmilk
milk mik was to t be bought from fr the producer producerIt prucr prucrIt
It U charged oarpthat that they met on o June 37 37of 2 27of
of last year er and fixed fe the price prce at atlUI atlUIfor 141 141for t41for
for a can c of forty for quarto quar and that this thiswas thi thiswas
was waa a crime The eexchs exchange is ia 1 a New NewJersey Ne NewJersey
Jersey Je concern co but bt it has h a New York Yorkoffice Yor Yorkofficeat6HarrleouatiBot
office of officeat6HarrleouatiBot at 6 Harrison H street aut It itisthosuc itisthosucceesor Is I the t euc eucoasaor BC BCo
oasaor o to tt the Milk 1l Exchange Ep I4d whic whichwas which whichwaa
was dissolved dllve by b the tA AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralla
la 1 April IBM 11 The Consolidated CJttWN Milk MilkExchange MilkExohang
Exchange Eogt Ap was W Incorporated Icrat in I October Octoberof Ober Oberof
of the i sameyear sad a number nubr of the thedirector thectrt thedirectors
director ctrt ct the ue old o corporation trU appeared appearedoa appr
oa O the directorate dte of the tea new one oneThe c oneThe
The Thelctll Indictment iMjottmtisbroughttmdet tt In brought brugt under e chapter chsptr
20 3 of the te Consolidated CI1tIw Laws sections lo 340 340sad 3 3a 340anti
sad UI Ulof 41 of ArlcW Article XXII which whlchdel declares declaresagainst declaresa1int
against at public publo polioylllegal pll Ucl and ad void vid an anagreement a aaget anagreement
agreement aget whereby whereb a monopoly monapol is created createdor ct
or 01 whereby wheleb competition opetitl hi I the te supply or orprioa orpce orprice
price of a commodity ot of common como us u use to torestrained I Isrestrained
pce restrained rtned The penalty plty fixed fe for this thboffence thisofece thisoffence
offence ofece can c ba b Inflicted c upon up any officer officeror ofcr ofcror
or agent agt of a corporation corraton I ItIs It IB a fine fineof fe feaf fineof
of not more than t IO 5 5000 or Imprisonment Imprisonmentfor Impret Impretfot
for not more than t a year y or both bth In I the thecam te tec theease
cam c of a corporation corrat it provides prvlde for a afine ate afine
fine te of not more than t s 3000 3000When 5000When
When We Justioa Juo doff 001 charged ohge the Grand GrandJury Ord OrdJury GrandJury
Jury on January Januar 25 he warned wrned it that thatthere thatther thatthere
there ther might mightappr appear a confusion conlulon between betweenthe betw betwthe
the terms termprice price and value vue He Rerd Rerdfrm read readfrom readtram
from frm a copy copyof of the th minutes minut t pt by these thesopersons the thesepersona I
persons p charged chrged with th entering etering Into an anillicit anIlcit anillicIt
illicit Ilcit combination omblnatlon in which the agree agreement agr agrment agreement ¬
ment referred re to above was mentioned mentionedWe mentione
We find fdthe the value to t be b Slil 141 per pr forty fortyquarts for fortyqurta
quarts read the report of the price pric and andsales ad adaalee andsales
sales committee committeeNow ommltt commItteeSNow
Now you will ll observe obre there a finding findingas
as to the value Vlue of milk mlk said Justice JusticeGoff Juto JustIcelof
Goff Gof in his hi charge chrle not a resolution reelutlon to tofix t tofix
fix f the price pro of milk mik as a to its It value valueWhen vlue vlueWhen valueWhen
When the th Grand Grd Jury came oe In to make makeits mae maeIta makeIts
its report rpor yesterday ytr it was thought that thatthere tt ttthe thatthere
there the would woulb bo no further fuher use u for lo Its Itsservices It itsservices
services eerlo Evert Evet Janeeh Ja Wendell Wendol the theforeman thelorpnt theforeman
foreman lorpnt presented the indictment Indicment and andthe andthe andthe
the juror Jurs stood at ready ry to be discharged dischargedJustice dlsoharg dischargedJustice
Justice Julo Golf G however howevereald said tUat tat the Die District Di Dietrict ¬
trict tric Attorney Atrne had b something to to say sayMr sayMr ayMr
Mr Whitman Wit declared del that there were werestill wereIUl werestill
still IUl certain ornthlng things which hich he wished wishe to tobring tobrg tobring
bring brg before befo this tis Grand Or Jury and ad he asked askedthat asko askedthat
that they be Instructed Istruc to continue their theirdeliberations theirdelbertoaon theirdeliberations
deliberations delbertoaon on Monday Mony next next The TheCourt Te TeC TheCourt
Court C granted at his request requestThe rut rutTe requeetThe
The Te matters mt which whic will w1 be considered consideredby conlide
by b the Grand Ord Jury Ju beginning next nex week weekwill woekw1 weekwill
will w1 be b an a Investigation InvestltlO of operations operationsin operaton operatonIn
in poultry eggs 11 and a possibly plbly meat met and andthe andthe andthe
the general pr cold oo1htp coldstorag storage situation situationAlfred alttan alttanAlr sItuationAlfred
Alfred Alr Ely Ey counsel oul for the indicted indic di directors dlrn directors ¬
rectors was w notified not u BOOB 8 as the Indict Indictments indic 1UdICtmacta ¬
ments rn met were w filed 1 It is I expected e that tt the thecases te tec theeasei
cases c will l be b tried ted aa quickly as possible possiblem plble plbleI
m I the te Supreme 8up Court Co The Te chances o are arethat arett aretheA
that tt they tey will ll not Itce come up before befoe the thelatter thelaiul thelatter
latter laiul part p of March Me or the telt first of April AprilMORSE AprilVORS AprilMORSE
John Wallace ane Co tft t Account Aetef of Stoek StoekTransaction Stoo RtcelTysnsaction
Transaction TrcU for lUte HtmCharles Wi lUteCharles
Charles Charl W Morse Mar obtained obtaed from Su Supreme Supre Sepre ¬
pre pre Court Cu Justice JUIUo Platcek 11tH yesterday yesterdayan yery yeryan
an Interlocutory itltl judgment Jud t f fo fozan oran a account accounting aut accounting ¬
ing from fr the Stock Stk Exchange Ege firm f of ofJohn ofJob ofJohn
Wallace Co of stock I Ifor
John Job Waoo C Mk transactions transactionsfor tnctlo
for three thr years yers ending endlngN November ebr SO rJt rJtTe olaat olaatThe last lastThe
The Te defendants defendt demurred demur to t the com complaint coinplaint ro roplt ¬
plaint plt but the Court Cur overruled overrule the de demurrer demurr demuTter ¬
muTter murr as frivolous frivolousMr
Mr Morse MOr declared dol in his hs complaint complaintthat omplnt omplntthat ornplalntthat
that he put pt up as collateral coltr 100 10 shares sharesof llhr
of Garfleld Oareld National Nation Bank Bk stock t 200 2 oo shares sharesof llhar
of Hudson Hudn Navigation Navipto Company Compa stock llt
117287 S172 worth of Consolidated Cnldat Arizona ArizonaSmelting Arzona ArzonaSmeltng ArizonaSmelting
Smelting Smeltng stock at and andll01e 110199 of Consolidated ConsolidatedArizona Consldat ConsolidatedArizona
Arizona Ar income bonds bond He declares der that thatthe tht thtthe thatthe
the defendants delelldt converted this stocl and ondsold ad adld andsold
sold ld or attempted at mptto to sellit sUU on November
20 2 although altoug he was w we entitled titled to profits proft of
10 20000 at the t time tie He Heesyshe say she he Is Informed Informedand Inrore
and believes bleve that tbt the defendants eendt charged chargeddouble charg chargeddouble
double doble commissions commloa and charged org interest intereston Intert Intertonbl
on onbl his account aOt upon upRythc mythical and andfcl andfclou ficti fictitious fiotitious ¬
tious ou transactions trW as well 6U as a charging chargingunlawful orglng orglngulwlltrto chargingunlawful
unlawful ulwlltrto interest en pretended ptde loans loansy lo loINy loansrgI1lunY
rgI1lunY INy y THK riosntx H OIflTE
Atteatte dlo OMM O ixe Lb tOtel R T m a ILanu tbs lUJKUrd railway r eU1B llw y
of eke I Monte 1 roar T55I I kalg t > 114 d dsLl < ti4 nl nlof A A uf uftor W
1 13iS = sn4 J L r flrw is way see t I mlii
Files VI Counter CompU Cotnplint in t Alleging AICloC Failure KallnrJUNO ValRn ValRnr41Qr Failurets
ts Srpjtvil SrpjtvilIIINO r41Qr r41QrRENo
JUNO RENo Nov Feb 23 23Julia Julia Gardner GardnerGayloy OidnerGayIoy
Gayloy Oa110y1 will fight fgh th the suit lt for for dlvoro dlvorobrought dlor dIvoribrought
brought bought by b James Uayloy She lied fe h her heranawer tieranswer r ranswer
answer and counter outr complaint oamplnt her hertoday hurtoy heretoday
today toy declaring that ho h had 11 failed fald to toprovide toprvide toprovide
provide for her She Bb also alo demands domar ali alimony al allinony ¬
mony monyad and a decree deree of divorce dIvor if t any a is isgranted 1 Isgranted
granted grt In I her favor favorHORNitroirER f favorIIORNJILOIILR vo vo110111IOUEHNEGIOS
Situ Sllln In the Criminal nraack While Wille Jurors JurorsAre JurorAre uron uronAre
Are Befog Be Questioned QuestionedWilliam QleUoc QuesU cued cuedWilliam
William Wilm B Hornblower Hornbloer eat t in the Crim Criminal Crm Crmlnal Crimmel ¬
mel Branch Brch of the Supreme Spreme Court Courttry yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday try while whie four jurors Jurs were selected selectedin eleot
in the murder trial tria In which he has been beenassigned beenalgned beenassigned
assigned to to defend defen a negro negr named nmo John JohnWashington JahnW JohnWashington
Washington W lngtn The trial trlw11trt will start today todayWashington ty tyWashlngnlsace todayWashIngton
Washington Washlngnlsace is accused of killing kllnl Ole 010vannkCiecaa OlevannLCbieca GlovannkChieca
vannkChieca vannkCiecaa a bartender bartnder in the saloon saloonof
of his father Sebastiano Sbastano Chlcea Chlca at 2il 21 21Weil 25tWest 2ilWest
West Weil last Sixtyfirst Sixtfrt street on o August Auct 80 80last 1 80last
Mr Hornblower Jornblawer was assigned aBigned in Jan January January January ¬
uary by Judge Malone in General Oenerl Ses Sessions 8eaeions Be Beclone ¬
clone fid took tk no part In the examin examination eXmln eXmlnatlen exainination ¬
ation of the thetlemenreterday talesmen yesterday The Thequestions TheqUton Thequestions
questions qUton for the defence delenc were we asked askedby iskedby ake
by nAsststant eAMltant District DI8trct Attorney Attrney Augus Augustine Auguetne Augustine ¬
tine tne Derby Derbyf DerbyIR5T DerbyRST
McGrslli lcGnt Might Jlcht Have lan Let Le It I Rrst at atllar atllarder Murtier Mur Murder ¬
der In the te Second Sleon Degree DegreeOnce Deep Deep0n0 DegreeOnce
Once 0n0 convicted onv10ted of murder ofmuror In inte the second seconddegree Ind Inddegr seconddegree
degree degr demanding a new trial and to tothe to tothe
the astonishment atonlbmentol of his counsel getting gettingit getlng
it without a chance chc to appeal ap Edward F FMcGrath FcrLb FMcGrath
McGrath crLb was Wa convicted cvict yesterday eteny in the theCriminal theCrinl theCriminal
Criminal Crinl Branch Brch of the tie Supretne SpreDe Court Courtof Cour
of murder in the te first lt degree degreeHe deg
He was 1 accused acs ot killing kUinl Benjamin BenjaminRose QnJamln QnJamlnRoee
Rose a department t store salesman slman in inthe Inthe Lathe
the letters lattrlI furnished room rm at at1 411 West WestTwentythird Wet WetTwenttlrd WestTwentythird
Twentythird Twenttlrd street IItrt on the night before beforelast bfore beforelast
last 11 Labor Lbor Day In both trials trla McGratha McGrathadefence Mcraths Mcrathsdelenc McGrathsdefence
defence delenc was wa an alibi albI A number nuber of per persons per80M persons ¬
sons testified ttled that tt they saw sw him h in Taun Taunton TauntnlI Tanston
ton tnlI Mass his ha home on the afternoon af moon of ofthe oft ofthe
the t murder murer When Wen he was arrested art he hewas hewa hewas
was wa wearing weg the dead de mans mn clothes and anda
a number nuber of Roses Rs effects eet were wer found in inbis inhi inhIs
hIs hi room roomMEW rm rmNEW roomNEW
V H8 S 5 Tennessee Tfofeo Reports Reort MCMCKO MeeTe Taken TakenOver TakenOver
Over Otfr 4B8O 180 Miles MIN of Sea SeaSAN Se SeaSax
SAN 8 FRANCISCO FcO Feb 23 23When 3 When Wen the theUnited theUnit theUnited
United Unit States Stat steamship tp Tennessee Ten00 five fivedays fve fveday fivedays
days day out from Honolulu Honlu1u bound for Ad Admiralty AdmJrtywlan Actrnlralty ¬
miralty mJrtywlan Inlands heard he Table Bluff Blu on the thenorthern thenortern thenorthern
northern nortern coast ct of California Cloma it established establisheda eetlao
a new official ocalwerlds worlds reoordlfor recorfor long dis distance dlatano disfence ¬
fence tano wireless wl telegraphing telegphing Chief Cie En Engineer E Engineerifoiton ¬
gneer1Ilton gineerifoiton gineer llolton of the Tennessee Tenn was in the thewireless therele thewireless
wireless rele room r of the vessel velan on October 10 10last 10lt 10lest
last lastI
01nearly I nearly nel fell fel out of my chair cr with wih sur surprine surpri surprim
prim pri eajd Md Holton Hlton when wb n I heard he the thetransport thetransport he heUDr
transport UDr Sheridan 8erte thee a HUUToYer ltUo er 259 259miles 2MmUe 250miles
miles mUe out oU from Ban 8 Saz Francisco Fc giving out outa
a weather w tr report rpor The answer awer to the theSheridans theSheridans theSheridans
Sheridans message mt came and andUe the re receiving reocving yecalving ¬
calving cving key clicked clckoD T TD D I knew that thatT thatD thatTD
T TD D was Table Bluff Blu and a that tt Table TableBluff TableDlulrwM TableBluff
Bluff DlulrwM was 4580 miles mile away I thought thaut it itcould ItcoudDat itcould
could coudDat not be possible I called Table TableBluff TableBluand TableBluff
pble Q1e
Bluff Bluand and said 8ldOo Go on an after ater temperature temperatureThen temperatre temperatreThen
Then I received rive the Sheridans Seridan weather weatherreport wether wetherreport weatherreport
report over ov er 4580 8 miles mll of sea I which hc was wasverified wasverified a aI
verified verife by the Navy Nav Department DepartmentCOLD Dprent DprentCOID DepartmentCOLD
Ttcather Wnthfr Folks Wouldnt ootnt Be Surprised Sarrlll at atIO
10 Above AboveThe AboeThe AboveThe
The cold oldwve wave that tht sent the mercury mercurydown mer merdow merirydown
down dow below the thege goose egg in places plo to tothe tothe tothe
the west w and northwest northwt of this th city cty began beganto beg
to freeze fJ2 things thng here about noon At t
I 230 2 P M the temperature temperatue was w 28 degrees degreesThe deg
The wind nd which whch had h been bn from the south southwest 8Outht southwest ¬
west t in the morning got gt around to the thenorthwest thenorthto thenorthwest
northwest and at 1 oclock ocock in the after afternoon after afternoon ¬
noon was w blowing blowng thirtyfive thirty dvo miles mUo At
0 oclock aclok last lt night nght there was w still 8tl a stiff stiffnorthwester stlrrnorthwtr stiffnorthwester
northwester northwtr and the mercury merur had haddropped haddroppd haddropped
dropped droppd to 20 20The 2 20The
The Te local lolprophetwereincUne prophets were inclined to tothink tothnk tothink
think thnk that t t the worst Wrst the cold wave wve would woulddo uld ulddo
do for us might be about aut 10 or 12 1 degrees degreesabove deg degreesabove
above cero lro Away Awy out in InBlmk Bismarck it itwas itwas
I was w 28 2 degrees deg below and irVtho Inthe in the nearby nearbyChicago nebyChicago nearbyChicago
Chicago the townspeople towpp1e were wre shivering shiveringwith llhiverin shiveringwith
with a temperature tmperatu of 0 below St Paul Paulhad PaulI Paulhad2o
I had h had2o 20 2 below belowNEW belowEI beloNEW
Aeronautic Aeonautc Society Sodel Leases Lnas a Field at atIlrmpstead atlemplte atliempetead
Ilrmpstead Plains PlainsGrounds PlainsGrounds
lemplte Plal
Grounds Oraund have hve been bnle leased for aeroplane aeroplanepractice aerop aeropnepractice no nopractlo
practlo practice on the Hempstead Hempstd plains p1ns near nearMineola n nearMineOla
Mineola 11l L I by the Aernutlo Aeronautic Society Societyof 8ety
of which whch Leo L 8 Burridge Burdg is president presidentSheds pdet presidentSheds
Sheds 81 will wil be t erected erc at once on on onthls this t alto altoused siteused t
used u last lt year y by Glenn Glel H I Curtis C Two Twoof To Toaf Twoof
of the members memb W J Dieffenboch Dellenb and andLouis andI
I Louis LW Rosenbaum nbu will ship hp out their theirmachines tir tirme theirmachines
machines me Monday Mony The society soety will 1 also alsoestablish al alsoestablish
establish etabU workshops warkaplo for experiments experimentsLast epente epenteLt
Last Lt year y the club clu had b Its it grounds cu at atthe atte atthe
the te old ol Morris Man Park Pk rOt racecourse but butthese butthewere butthee
these thewere were Inadequate Indeuat for fo aeroplane aeroplaneflights aeropln aeroplaneflights
flights flightsMISS flightsMISS
All U Kin K Interested Jterte Agree Acee to Her De BI4O 14 4 e
660 0 Charity CharitySupreme Carb CharItySupreme
Supreme 8uplem Court en Justice JWt Gerard Gr ap approved ap approved ¬
proved prvd yesterday ytrythe the agreement a nt entered enteredinto ent enteredinto
into between beten the heirs telr of Miss MCUe MCUePbelD Carolina CarolinaPhelos CarolinePhelce
Phelos PbelD Stokes and the trustees trte of hoc hocestate h hestt herestate
estate estt b bv which whch her he residuary reelduret estate estateamounting etatamounting
amounting to 110 1400000 goes g for the t erec erection e erection ¬
tion of tenement teneent houses for poor r families familiesand fa1e familiesand
and aQdfor for tho education educton of needy white whitestudents wht whitestudents
students atudenl negroes neg and Indiana Idiam The Thevalidity Thevaldity Thevalidity
validity valdity of her bequest bequet to that tt cBect cBectwas elec eftectwag
was doubtful and all al persons ItaD Interested Interestedappealed Irt fntereeteappealed
appealed appled to Justice Jut Gerard Oerr to t approve approvean
an agreement agmo t which whch would make m ke it pos possible p peasible ¬
sible for her her wishes wlhc to be b carried crried out outCALLS out outTAF outCALIS
Owen wister Wter Hays far Sa lie le and all the Texans Texansf TeD TeDI
Agree as a Ce a the President PresidentEL
f Aeee te Peldet PeldettL
EL T4 PABO Tex TexFe Feb Fe 23 23OwenWIster 23OwenWIsterthe Owen OenW18t Wlstor Wlstorthe
the thePhlelpb tL Philadelphia novelist noveUt1 is in El E Paso Pasogathering P Pasogathering
gathering rlng material mterl far or a new book bookI bk bkI
ath I take te more mo interest Inter in I fact fat than t I Ido IdO ido
do In fiction fcton he said adU I askeverywhere askeverywhereI ulevf everywhere everywhereI heQ heQI
I go a about the public pub 0 feeling le ng I ask askWhat asicWhat
What abut do you think tnk of Taft Taf and down downin don donths u
in this country cout I usually get et ananswer ananswerthat ane ananswerthat
that fish tt fls ths conforms cnfonlto to my uy Idea IdeHe lie lie la a jelly jellyfish Jely JelyoaT jellyfls ¬
DOc I Vf P oaT case of t rl 5 cle gLass tl stoppered ltpprd bottles botUeaAd botUeaAdr r ttc Ad c
city Takes Hope That TkstClflLWarV rivtl War HIM Ut UtOnly I IOnly
Only One Heal Battla Yest YestPolice YeeiPolice
Police Fire Into Leeeastlra1 Leeeastlra1at WI WIat
at lieu WHo Had Thrown fierap erap 1 1PBILADKLPHIA 11 11l 11PEILDELrRU l
PBILADKLPHIA Feb M The i ivonia Pen Penvanla
vonia State Constabulary will be id idstreets instreets
streets of Philadelphia tomorrow tomorrowIng aiJ aiJing
Ing They are coming 300 skxmsf n nCaptf a aCaptq
Captf Jack Grooma to stamp outi outiwar out outwar
war In this city cityMayor cityMayor
Mayor Reyburn and Henry Clay Clayrooter
rector of Public Safety hay oaUesf oaUesfCopt ca1Ie ca1IeCapt k krector
Copt Groome and his cavalryBM cavalryBMcauso cavs1ryascause
cause their own police form bad badpowerless pit pitpowerless
powerless in the face of the rioting riotinghas riotinghascaused <
has hascaused caused in four days the death of ofpersons J Jpersons
persons millions of dollars of lossl losslRapid 1ossinRapid
Rapid Transit Company and to tooral ii iierol
oral business of o the city l Iniss = J Jdreds isV isVdyed
dyed of peaceful citlteoa and a aUttieshort i ilittle
little Uttieshort short of anarchy oteuarohy4The < v vThe >
The constables will be on tb tbline the J Jline
line the first thing tomorrow tomorrowThey esu esuThey
They know no politics and when i iordered tktj tktjordered
ordered to toaboot shoot they shoot shootTlie shootThe
The news late to night tht thatthey thattheyon l yii yiion
on their way to Philadelphia ftf ftfbarracks fr6sus fr6susbarracks
barracks at Fottsville Wllkeebarre 1 1sutawney P Pautawney
sutawney and Greensburg was 0 0eat i iest
est information that Strike Strikeand Les4es Les4esand
and his 5000 conductors and andcould 1miinu 1miinucould
have received reodvedBacked
could possibly fn fnBacked
Backed by the carbines of tfeeee tfeeeeriders is isriders
riders the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCompany RAP RAPCompany
Company will attempt to run runand rznand
and renew service in the i iviolence districts i iviolence
violence has been most prevalent prevalentThe
The city police will bo assigned ocar o ocars
cars possibly two men to a car cavmen ant antmen <
men ot Groomes command t sill ill b be j jwhore pa pawborethey
whore wborethey they cantrip can rip up trouble the thsyi thsyithe i ithe
the first brick goes whizzing tiur tiurair thresair
air airThe I IThe
The rout and humiliation of ofclbles th thciblee
clbles st Germantown and Lehlgfr i iyesterday av avyesterday
yesterday afternoon was an anPhiladelphia anPhiladelphia
Philadelphia does not care to tomore M Mmore
more than once It will be a a nervy rvy p pneck I Ineck
neck who attempts to grab a athe athe
the dull gray uniforms of the thetaries oe V Vla4es
taries la4es to take home as a souvenir souvenirTHRxiTs r rTHEatre
THEatre or tttotnuL 11I0UiSPratt y yPratt
Pratt Murphy and Drioooil M Maround see JJ JJaround
around town tonight aweariW aweariWthreatening swearisgthreaton1n
threatening as they th y chastely potH PnttSthereIl i itherell
therell be bell and a half to r pa paconstables Hjj Hjjoonstablea
constables are turnedjloosa ia tlwY tlwYIn t tIn
In some car barns strikers strik ii wwe weeeopenly i iopenly
openly about using dynamts dynamtscould dynnsnSicould >
could hear on every ride threats fenaithat threatsthat
that Groomejumen would rfl rfltown w wtown
town a good deal mora lead Mb e ebrought l lbrought
brought In There was a a tfffeMwl tfffeMwlInterest tish4 tish4interest
Interest all over the city tonight tonlgkTho tonightThe
The street railway rallw ay union fctsi fctsiwarned 1sswarned
warned by Pratt that it is 1 in tsiil tsiildeeperato U Udesperate
desperate position in Its history H Hpublican Thb Thbpublican
publican bosses MoNlchol MoNlcholflitted 4 4flitted
flitted to Florida at the Bret Bretof SliMof
of trouble Senator Penrem PenremWashington q qWashington
Washington uttering pleasant pleasantThere pkfll pkfllThere
There Is no primary election electionstrikers wii wiistrikers
strikers might use as they dieliaji dieliajias dldi et < I Iasabludgeonwlthwhichto
as asabludgeonwlthwhichto asabludgeonwlthwhichtoP a bludgeon with which toj tojP
P R T into a compromise compromisePratt 1 1Pratt
Pratt understands as does ab abeet abeetbody < M i ibody
body else in Philadelphia that H h hframed bss bssframed
framed up for the company tq wln wlnZr whCrJJ whCrJJIF
IF CONSTABLES FAIL THEE KI KIConsequently 4 4Consequently
Consequently the coming of ofstables th thstables
stables means that Pratt and bis hi fa fawill feti fetiwill
will have to fight or quit Tu TuPratt T ii iiPratt
Pratt says that It will bo a athat geosnd I Ithat
that his men will never submit to t 1 1corralled bcorralled
corralled and cuffed by bythat the Otati pi pithat
that the constitutional rights of ofcitizens pa pacitizens
citizens are being invaded and aadother a aother
other n nTho
things thingsThe
The authorities are iwylagi iwylagithe mayingthe
the beat information Is that I Iconstabulary IC the theconstabulary
constabulary finds the job tooMusJtj tooMusJtjIts too tooito
Its nerve and experience experiencewhich experiencewhichexpectOov whieb whiebexpects
expects expectOov Gov Stuart will be beto rst rstto
to send 10000 militiamen into I Iand Fhiisl Fhiisld
and d that if necessary a aloaded uldIi uldIiloaded
loaded rifle will stand behind behindman sii siiman
man of every car carU carIC
U la known that the Natloaalt NatloaaltIs
Is ready at an hours notice noticefor to tofor
for this city The Governor has hass hassplans i iplans
plans already with Mayor MayorDirector Reybesa ReybesaDirector
Director Clay the i iWhen police policeVhen
When Capt Groomes Groomesarrive foist foistarrive
arrive here tomorrow ts tsy tsydetailed > ajr ajrdetailed
detailed to tha parts of oftho the o4 it itthe
the company has suffered ucet moetilesjsr1 moetilesjsr1can less lesscarsendinen
can carsendinen carsendinenitIoTxM and men menBIOTOM
Many thousands ot men i icelebrated aMboPs aMboPscelebrated
celebrated the birthday ot Got Gotington Ooe Ooeington
ington by wrecking street streetmaiming eet ness nessmaiming
maiming citizens ware book at atday wssP wssPday
day Consequently the rioting riotlasextended riotingextended
extended and not so i iday violoesse j jday
day or oronSunday oronSundayThe on Sunday SundayThe
The loafers many of them UUbaj UUbajeast Ia th ji IL ILeast
east and northwest districts of the titfat theat
at least unruly laborers of fonUsa1 fonUsa1have fossI fossIhave
have been a prime cause of traobts teneb4ethis i ithis
this strike started They walk walkriot J Jriot
riot for the love of deviltry deviltrybeen The Thebeen
been seen to wreck cars and andwhhthepolloeinhaawwrinei andwith
whhthepolloeinhaawwrinei whhthepolloeinhaawwrineistrike with the polio In hammerIng hammerIngstrike
strike sympathizers They Theyfeminine and andfeminine
feminine alllesthe night prowHBf prowHBfhave w whave
have caused the police more tro tresilin tresilinany 14 1 1any
any other factors factorsThe factorsThe
The wont of today s riots riotsBaldwin riotsBaldwin
Baldwin Locomotive Works Workaat WorkaatSpring at 1 1Spring
Spring Garden streets That pat lssMbeen > 1 1been
been tha tberetreat retreat for four days T Tdreda 1 1dred
dreda of hien men who fought foughtfrom slzep slzepfrom
from cover and and bombarded the thethe thethe
the P R T with scrap iron ironjOIICK3tAIT i ir0u
jOIICK3tAIT r0u viA2 XltiHff A SHOTS SHOTSJust 5ETtJust
Just after the lunch hour A croW 4
400 employees of the Baldwin Baldwinmarched p1 p1marched
marched to Fifteenth and Spring 8pdzugstreets I Istreets
streets and blocked a northbound northboundTh 1 1Tha
Tha raotorman saw be was in for forho fore forehe
ho stuck to his controller controllerA
A slower of bricks and nd stones i iinto ar arInto
into the oar knocking the mo modown moei moeidown
down and injuring the police policA policeA
A down men sprang Upon the frcatj frcatjform front frontform
form grabbed the motorman an anpoUemea a apolloemen
poUemea dragged them to the theandroughed thdndvoughed
androughed them through the crowjl crowjlTbe crowd crowdThe
The policemen swung their ci cirr

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