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f l VOL LXXVllyO LXX1I LXXI O 202 2O + + > NEW YORK YORK MONDAY y MARCH 21 2 I 1910 1910cot coftnt IMO 7 as d B swn rltht n lIl116MMi r PMCE TWO CENTS
STRIKERS STRIKERSREJECT REJECT PEACE PEACEKI
KI h n I in i ira r n TKKMft nimsK nimsKiH HUfB HUfBIRRIWUII
iH IRRIWUII IRRIWUIImlnr I HA tiKH tiKHlnr J tzi tzinlnr
mlnr lnr Ontfreit ont PliHi1Hihla ttItI ttItIrran1f KpM KpMrrsn apMrrann
rrsn rran1f ll l III i Xetil I to I the I carmen Crmfnflnmllll RM RMI t tI
I nnimlllee ef e rmptsjep nrrshs nrrshslatlli rtrnk1I1a flrrksFaftis
latlli 1I1a HeFerrriltsiArrent la 18k > Ferrtd I IflIt t Plan PlanrniLAPRLrnu PIIInrIlILAIIUrnIA rlnruLAnpLrnIA
rniLAPRLrnu Iarch 31At 11 U 230 3O1ha 3O1halTWrfltI this thismnrnng tblAI
mnrnng I the Ih striking car mens Infn committee committeer
r jr J f t 11 < d the 114 roiicmsiona which Henntor HenntorVnroe SentorlwonrOM MntorInrof
Vnroe forced the I th company to make and andit d dit
it > Mme time turned dom the thenl agree agreement agreemnI ¬
ment nl which their own international presi presiri PlNIMill presidn
ri Mill n < W D I Msenn had mad with Ven Venfp9 onP onahnn n ntahnn
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Mahnn may ma insist that th the strikers vote voteth ot othI
th hI afternoon and ad that his hi promise rom be bema bemaclo hernt
ma maclo I good 100 < 1 A proposition propc > lton advanced advancedby
by II Mayor Reyburn R yburn olao was rejected rejectedunrumiA naJecledtJtlUprLP rejectiiP1IlLADIIPI
tJtlUprLP unrumiA U March 10 O United UnitedSenator UnilfdMil Vntedttsee
Mil ttsee Senator ntor Boles 801 Prnrose raM broke the thettnke thoInkfl thetnke
ttnke tonight tonightOce
Oce 011 by 1 one ne he ti caHed before him th thrrluctant the 111fttuctant therphictnt
rrluctant director of the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaRapid PhiladtlphiRarid
Rapid Ia Transit Coapaar and ed forced them themto Ih m
to accept < pt the terms 1 that were If outlined outlinedU outlinedFndav
U Iowt t Fndav night by powerful financial financialiDtfrests nncial11I1111 rsndatLtfets
iDtfrests iDtfrestsPresldeot tLtfetsPresIdent i ildtDI
PresIdent ldtDI Kruger of the p R R 1 halted haltedtad halt haltd haltediad
tad protested larvae N Wolf the vice vicepresident ylCtptftIIMnl viceceeidnt
president haled from tlaatio City by byso byIn byn
so n imperious telegram t ranl from Penrose Penroseirgued JnlOMLl1Ud Pnroergusd
irgued unaralllDfjh Ballard the chief chiefcounsel eIIlefrountfl C1Iefcwil
counsel tried to wnootb the retreat trat of ofthe of1M orthe
the P R I T Nothlog Notlll served noed to move movethe mo molbit movethe
the man who bo bad become bec toe ti boss of the theituatioa theoitualloo ti tiituatIc
ituatioa ituatioaH ituatIcH
H brought bis hand down on the th big bigtable bgtable
table 11 in ha ht office with Ub a bang beD that shook shookth
th 1M chandeliers H He1d Mid that he would wouldbreak woukibreak ouldmk
break the Rapid TraasU Company Into Intosmash Itoad latoash
smash ash and scatter ana Wr the piece over theUN therta the thestreets
streets UN if they > continued to bold out outsaother outMOt1m outiaothcr
saother hour He II told then tlM that he heould hewould heoud
would use 1 every ounce OU CIe of power he had hadto
to o smub the company if they continued continuedlo
lo back and nd All AllHe fillH flitlie
He H reminded them of the dubious dubiousfinancial dublollIl dubioiaanciaI
financial Il nOial position they were la He threat threatreed IbrMtftlfd threaticed
reed to get legislation that would fore forethem fo forbfom forcethen I
them to make terms lea pleasant than had hadbeen hadbHa hidbeep
I
been submitted He more than hinted hintedit
it a receivership r iyhlp He II spoke a aa a man manfrisks manwho manI14kR
frisks who ho knows how Councilmen will willdsnce willdance m mclanCf
dance when the right ri < ht string are re pulled pulledh
h Re > dared the directors to risk action by byCouncils b bC byCouncils
Councils C Uncil Kruger 1 Jtr Wolf and Dal Ballard Ballardplyfd Ballardplayed lard lardplayed
played for delay dela They wanted the man manbo RIarlwbo manho
wbo bo had been their tb r friend through all the therouble tbelroubh thetrouble
trouble Mayor 1aor John K Reyburn lo tnIhfl get gethe et ethe
he credit for settling the strike Senator SenatorPsoroM 8e11torPtaroM euatorPierce
Pierce waved yed all such suggestions suggestionsuid
laid There were ere two hours bou of pleading pleadingon
on one oti side Iet and nd flat footed dictation on onthe onth onthe
the th other The situation was dramatic dramaticThe
The Rapid Trantlt Tr nit official 1ciaI i caved in inBv inBy
By VI oclock tonight Ivni < ht they had h agreed agreedlo < rPfOJ
I lo everything that Senator Penrone Penronedemanded Ifnrofldcltmandtd rnoademinded
demanded guaranteeing term that give < v I
the ear mans union ninetenth of every everything eveiything v vIhina ¬
thing they demanded Even recognition recognitionef
ef the Amalgamated Union through throllCh1ievaaoe M Mtnevaaoe i igrieaice
I tnevaaoe committee Is I included in the thecapitulation th thcapltulatloa hecapitulation
capitulation capitulationFirst
First of all U the company < agree aar to take takeback lak lakaclc taketc
back ¼ ell of the tb men m n on strike and nd to 0 0Ilona re retore reitor
tore them tll to their old runs and n their theirpriority thfl theirI r
I I priority oa the wage ce and promotion lima limaThe lill lillThe 1kThe
The proviso pro proei U I made ade that if the company companyunable comJAnl companysunableat
a sunableat unable at once to restore toreU all of the theold theoldI old olden oldIHD
I IHD en to their jots J U shall pay R t a day < to toiD 10all toan
iD that are a ksfit k walling and that I hew IbMn tbe tbeI hewshall
l I shall fl reotirv their former job > within two twomoo Iwotha twoneetba
moo neetba neetbaThe ths thsTh than
Th status of the tta 17J motormen n and andvconductor ao aocoaductore admoductot
vconductor coaductore who ho were ent discharged for fortotoxieatloo rorlDtoziedICD fortozIcatton
totoxieatloo knocking kn klas down fares and andfor andfot andfor
for tho good of the service Ice the thect act which whichprecipitated whimpltated whkhprecipitated
precipitated pltated the strike rib is I to be left to InbMrd a aboard aboard
board cf f arbitration of three mwi Thn ThnRapid ThnRapid TimRapid
Rapid Iran Transit ait Company Is I to n nlllll m one oneman ineman XI XI1I4
man who ho will be President Knijer im imdoubt IJrdOllht n ndc2bt
doubt tb the rmrrnens nn union If I to name the thesecond II
latrond 4 second Timothy Driscoll In 1n11 all prolM prolMlility flroiMiii prolubility
lility iii and these are tn select Iect the Ih tlunl tlunlIn
In agreeing to this the Rapid Trim TrimCompany TrunCompan TrnneiCompany
Company knuckle down to the Ih prinnpm prinnpmcf prin fll flltf
cf arbitration which it ha hs1 uncvimpru uncvimprumifiugly IIfln iinnmprotiugly < mlro mlrociuCI
mifiugly held out against up fi I lIlt t I la lat 1111bounl lattouts i itours
tours of the lb fight fightThe ftebtThe flhtThe
The company < mutt accord aCOrd1I1 en to tu Illno she sheterms v vnns
terms nns no deal with Ith Its It employees mploy thronci throncirievanc Ihrolll1crl
S grievance crl Yance committee of nineteen into intone InIn misn
ne n from each m barn In this the strikern strikernr fllrlle fllrlleif trikernshout
r e about a the only 01 thing Ihln they thelOf1tnd1 thelOf1tnd1fer contended contendedfcr
let cl clOI recognition rtCOlE ldon of their I own union uniontfc 1m rnlonth Ion IonIt
tfc Amalgamated because the I Key Keyrrrce 1 1n Keyre
rrrce n the nonunion union the Ih body tf tfCT c4ter f fIff
CT who wj remained a4d faithful to the P R T Ten rrn Tvn
rn en the Amalgamated wont we out secure securerepr IICUrI ecurpTrfeeritatIon
I repr 1Jl1ttlon entatlon They Th wo entitled tllllft to todelegate t tdlflC8 tuS
S delegate from every barn they control contnJUid
Uid d i they b or are in the th majority at t rreral rreralTki evraIThus r1 r1n
Thus grievance committee of nineteen nineteenelect nlntNtnIn
a In > elect del a subeemaaittee llUbe the nuraber nuraberwhich numhoorf
f which haa h ha not been n settled yet ee which whichdsl whichI
a < deal directly dlreoctl with the P RT R T officials officialsh ofllelaltrnr omelaldifference
h trnr reter difference dlff Af1CM arise ariseTh ariMThl ariaThe
Th The striker wcm wo oe a point In the lb matter mattercf
cf rcs aj I By tb t tbir ir old agreement they theyr
Cr r to 0 receive Iv 21 oeot t aa hour beginning I
Jjn J r I 110 They were getting ettln tln n cents centsvrn NIlrl centsten
ten l n they truck By y the arrangement arrangementby rrana 11fnt 11fntI <
I Pit rt by Senator Pearose roM they tb go back backwork backIe b be
Ie e work ork at < t 23 cent an hour and they theybe tM tMI
I be t raised to 21 2tS cent on June I IThe Itn ItPZl
tn The Tb new men taken la by the theand theCfzopan SiteCpany
Cfzopan and for whom place nay rU be bearo befcrrt hefe4
fcrrt aro to t receive rete n 2 oeats aa 0 hour hourThat hourTht hourThat
That flenator Pinto would be called calledsettlv eaJl Calledttlt 5
11 settlv ttlt the tb strike wan 811 announced annomcs by b bTill
Till Sr Srx several rai day ago and despite despiter
r r its 111 which sprang up from on one side or orr orsr
sr r ir rer r the tb Seater did appear when wb4nc w wt
t fIeelYed c ived the tune a sa rip > to t owing owingf awingt4dgehsmmer ltlS
f l dgehammer The Th terms of utile ssttlebsrs utiler tJ tJIf
If r bay b been forecasted In TRB Hey Heytin 511 511t Svxam
tin am t are re changed c little Uttla littleIpe t tff
ff Ipe moves moy wbleh wbI culminated to toe tobegan
e tf began last Friday Frida night There Therethis ThereIh Therethis
this Ih city an association of men menmove 1Mnmov menr
> r move mov slowly alowl but who are able bl be tMoa hiL j
a nf financial resources r ou and political politicalrtionetoexert ptlilicalrtIOfUltoserttllm1ft1dowalnftuence petIt teal tealtiona
rtionetoexert rtIOfUltoserttllm1ft1dowalnftuence tiona touert tremendous Influence Influenceir
ir men had b4mOCtbIaa a rasottaa it U lAst TrUliy JIr 7 cait caitrh Jlt J
rh a set of an article rlld Idea statin the haul baairrecment ballillrmflflt haulrement
rrecment between btIt the P I Ii T and andnkers andrikers nd I Irlkflra
nkers drawn I IUDdnIttood
were up upj
a j undenrtood that these articles1 articles1rited articletued rtlriHIo
o rited Itd from Mr Ir Wolf the vicepreJi vicepreJithe riClfoP1
1 the company They The did not Mr Mrll drll I
ll unwillingly stood sponsor for fort fortRut i iBut IH
H But n they were re so drawn that they thllJm theymeet i imeet
meet m the I1 approval I of f C O Pratt Pr Prti PrattCoettiad I Itrattd
Coettiad ti 11II trattd 8 Pat PatL
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HTIII iT 11 KKKXA 1X4NRAIbS 1X4NRAIbSti It IfAI IfAI8ft Alt Altt
8ft < ti t tll me 0ay Rerere lief Hie HialI1I HialI1Iru Trial He R Woe Woerwtt
1Ir rwtt ru BartrtMlrr Bert Ma Ite h tLae Ua e Htm ItHtohs ItHtohsThe 1fthkThe
The Us tIt of keeping up the u record of
The Tb Broaxstwo Jtroela two 0 crueadlBg eruMdl S policemen p41I
durlea P Cunningham Cllaal llUm and ThomM Tbo
Keenan fell yesterday to Keeean alone
After patrolling down la the Madison Madisonstreet Iadl IadltreAt MadluonStreet
street precinct until ullt 3 oclock Iolodemomlll yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning momlll he took a Third Avenue elevated elevatedtrain ellaMdtrala elevatedtrain
train and antit at 177th street t boarded a West Westcbesttr Wqtcbter Weatcheater
cheater car carMe earH carMe
Me H stood on the rear platform A Atho Aa
tho car passed Wilhelm KlurasicU JUum d a saloon saloonat
at sr s Wmtchester Square RcIUarIton a atone throw throwfrom throwfro throwfrom
from fro the th West Chester la KsHo station
Keenan ltay ay he h saw the th bartender bertderctra1 draw la laeoBHKltlng tt tt8Otial lagomething
8Otial eoBHKltlng that looked Hi MIle beer He Hegot H Hgal
got 110 off 0 th the car tart at the ae nest > t corner corralled corralledPollcecian OrraHedPollcean corralledPollecman <
Pollcecian James Johnston of to the West WestChester W WCheatllr WestChester
Chester station and the pair Ir went ee Into Intothe latothe Intothe
the bark room or the th saloon 1 There ThereKeenan TheeKeenan Ch
Keenan ordered whiskey hl and JobnMes JobnMesordered Jobaceaord IobnMen IobnMenordered
ordered ord a cigar cigarBoth cipr80th cigariloth
Both the th policemen tasted the th drink drinkthat drtalrthat driSkthat
that was u brought to t Keenan Ae A the thebartender thobartendfit it itbartender
bartender refused to take tall money from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the two policemen In in uniform Keenan Keenanarrested KOIfIlillarTeted KnanarTeItNI
arrested him for nr giving Ine whiskey whl away awaywhich awaywhich a awhich
which amount 1I80un to the same thing thln oo for firan I
09 the tb excise law Is I concerned concernedThe COs ed I
The bartender Hans Uasdorf wa waarraigned wu wuerrlsned wasarraigned
arraigned before Magistrate Butts in th thWest tJwo t tt I It
West t Chester Cht court He n was not ready readyto I
to he examined and the Magistrate sug suggested euggrated I ICMltJ ¬
grated adjourning the tit matter until tIM thltmomlae tIMmorning Ihlfmorning
morning Keroan sold he h couldnt be bepresent beprllSut bepresent
present at t the th hour given Ivffl a be would wouldbe
be on trial himself him at Headquarter lleadquarltRthat at atthat atthat
that hour our and nd the examination was set setdown Ntdown utdown
down for tomorrow morning < Klumeirk Klumeirkgave Iilu81t1rkCY Kiumiirkgave
gave the Ih fl tF three of the saloon Inon a as ball ballA
A week c ago CO yesterday Ian tact aadCunningham alillCUtlN tactCunningham
Cunningham CUtlN pam raided saloons at t Trenoat Trenoatand t tIIDd
and Third avenue and Dd at IV t lib street t and andThird aadThird sodThird
Third avenue avenueA
A complete report of yesterday m morn mnmttls mornTee rn rnfaxa
faxa Tee Incident wae prepared try the tbeapreclnc West WestCheater WestChester
Cheater apreclnc precinct men for Inspector Hood HoodHMS 11004JU Hoodimq
HMS KMIIV FVII vnt KDWARB I WtR HVHT HVHTHster HrRT1rr RT RTBialer
Hster 1rr ef f JaNaa Edwards sad Her Klree KlreeMr Nfrftre MeerMrs
Mr re Thomas injured In a NmacHsjf NmacHsjfYojntXM Hm nmsthpYoxazu
YojntXM N Y March 0Mit Emily EmilyEdwards tmllTfdww 1IUIIydwsrds
Edwards sister of Julian Edwards FdwardaualeaJ the themusical themualcaI
musical composer and Mm f George Oeor H HThomas UDo HThorns
Thomas Do a nieea of Mi 11 Edward were wereInjured w wiDjured weeinjured
Injured seriously Mrl ualla la a collision between bet a acoach acoach
coach la which they were riding sad auvoUe a atrolley atrolley
trolley car on the Rlverdale avenue line linehere lia hoebet
here bet at 130 oclock this morning morningMiee momlnc1111II
Miee ies Edward sustained a fracture of ofthe oftho ofthe
the collarbone < two broken ribs ri a and was wasnit wuemt wascut
nit about the th bead Her condition Is Iscritical I Icritical Icritical
critical Mrs Thomas who before her hermarriage bermnias hermarriage
marriage wa w Maude Uolllns w well ell 11 known knownas
as an actress sustained a fractured fractu rib ribin ribIn cibIn
in addition to lacerations Uone about the thescalp u uKaJp iiiclp
scalp She he will recover recoverMr rfOYIfI recoverlra
Mr I lra Tbooaaa and her aunt Miss Ed Edwarde Edward Edwar
ward war live Ii et a ft 7 Hamilton avenue eeue lo Lart Lartvcting t tevening
evening Ioc they q attended a bridgf party partythe at attbe atthe
the home of Mr Ire Redfern Bolllns otllnO otllnOIJH 70 70Beech D DBeecitwood
Beech hwood wood terrace this city 01 Mrs JtrThnma Ira IraThoma MrsThomas
Thomas Is I a daughter of Mr Mrs Hollies HolliesIt
It being late when the party coeckMtfd coeckMtfdMrs oacladpdMrs
Mrs 1 Thomy Mrnni j Mlmn11 mt dt1 < SMe < l a coach from fro a avery aII aliten
II liten very stable tabl To reach Hamilton avenue avenueit ffIUfI ffIUfIIt j
It t was necessary n to go through Morris Morrisstreet Iorrl Iorrltnft 1oritStreet
street
There is a trolley line on Riverdale Riverdaleavenue RlvoordlAYffIlI Rivercialeavenue
avenue and nelhn when the coach reached the thecorner th thcom thecorner
corner com of Hiverdale avenue end Ctl Morris Morrisstreet Iorri Iorrirftt lorrisstreet
street a northbound car t r wa walloM wac close at hand handThe bandTh handThe
The Th corner la I dark tbt th street lighting lightingDoor IIlhtlnapunr lightingpoor
Door and Richard I < hard Roach the II driver drl did didnot didnot didnot
not nee ee the th tar ar until It wa a a q dangerously dangerouslynear
near He II then ti endeavned t to clear the thetrack th thtrartc thtrad
track but the Ih coach ca truck stiuarely stiuarelyn
In n the middle t and Irt wung wun against I a atelegraph ateluaDh atelegranh
telegraph pole pnl 30 fn f > away Roaoh Roaohanded folUlhIodfd Itoachlanded
landed on bis bl baiu ha 10 lie I 1 was only nnl slightly slightlyn UlhllrInilired
Inilired in n lured luredMrs luredMr
Mrs 1 Thorn Thoma h hshauI i hand a d i Ceorre rnr < II IIThuma It111tm IIThmae
Thuma alumbtrmsnand a Iumban and btillder btllld They Theywere Theywere
were 19 married nine nln year ago lto Refore ReforehT Pflforeb 1eforoher
hT b marriage mrrf tire ir Thorns T hm appeared pprfl < l sue suereiwfiillv suereesfiiftv uc ucN1UIrlluy
reiwfiillv in The 1h Jollv J IIv Musketeers MusketeersDolly MutketeeyDcll IIIIkI
Dolly 1 011 Varden rdd1 The Th cdiiiiR < Min Day and andother acidother udoth
other oth < > f the < oinr lnrltlon < > ltlnni of f Julian Kd Kdrari tdrd iditl
rari raristi rd
sti fllIIf I III 111 KKX iq roi 11I Mt til nr nrof IInVMlfl1fI lITVNIrteen
VMlfl1fI of the Rig Nlore lor Gang ne neIrlrd fen fentleled tanIrIrd
tleled ef Mluntng n the Mslh Mslhrorx UItsCoti Ih IhCOI
rorx COI tl Bifrrsj la I March 30 2 I JL1tray C CMnbray C CIbI11
Mnbray and thirteen of his hi snsooialo snsooialoIn 111110 111110i
i In the tit h famou Amnl nil Store tore gang gangof naof of swindler swindlerwere wlndl wlndlrrl
were found guilty JlIly yesterday of conspiracy ronpiracvI
I I tn UM 11 > the tniled Staler KI mall to 0 defraud defraudMahray ddrmdIohy defraudclaliriy
Mahray and nine of his comrades an ani
i I I tiounred Iotn that there will wililoe lao no motion for fornew rlOrII fornow
new II trial but that they Ih will lake their theirpunishment theirlurIhfJllnt theiriinihnnt
punishment wtho > il whim whlmtiering rnng r nc There Thereyet Thi Thereyet
yet 1 remain aIztyseveu ixty even members mfm of the Ikegang tbeItanc thegent
gang to IM I tried nIl many of the thee will willbe wUltic 11I 11IlK
be placed on onlmll rial in Omntii In Ipnl IpnlThe rrilTh prilTI
The Th priwoner lrJ weie wtt arcued of con conducting condittling < ¬ I
ducting a a a1 l swindle gum through throughtin
I Iline
tin aid of feUe r Aii prize flghts nchtalke fake wrest wrestling wresthog t ¬
ling malche fake aIu hor hono races ra and other otherconfidence oth othcnfktfQrf othervofl1Mncp
confidence game gameThirtytwo gztmeThirtytwo
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Thirtytwo of their victims testified testifiedto
to having lost SIlin27S IItt27 In the deals into intowhich intowhich
which they tbe were inveigled The Theeov Theeovrnment Gov Government Ito ItoI ¬ I
ernment has the th name nal of IRK additional additionalvictims additionalvictim
victim many man of whom will tfltl4ddldonall be it on ° fl the thewitness u uUn thewitness
I witness Un stand nct at the OmahA trial trialDuring trialDunng
During the trialwhieh tasted rt two week weekone weekone HIIra HIIrai I
i one of the leaden testified that some someIhtnc aomeI somethtn
thIn over VkMOCOO OGX had h d been secured securedon IIfICU IIfICUnn
on the schemes chm The ease again Int John JobaR
I R Dobbin who ha w was arrested m it ittorI N Nr w wfork
fork r ork cty ct and chIrp with tb swindling V VBellew VaII VftIlw
Bellew aII of Missouri wa was continued Dob Dobbins Dobhln Dobbins ¬
bins I Is under sentence In the State courts courtsfor COurtAfar courtsfor
for the lb swindle swindleHKHOKKSK swindlehEROLt windlc windlhEIf8fJlt
c
HKHOKKSK ON SHE BREAD BREADI RRE4DEaftV AD ADMentfev
Et EaftV J Mentfev HeeoeBM eme gl tn tnLa tIIU thLeaeI
La LeaeI U e M Breax makers Wagon WasenFcr Wa WaFor WagonPer
For five fty day the customer Ta of f tIe tteConsumers tIeC theConsumers
Consumers C naumon Baking Ibllia Company Com s of Th ThBronx n nBroGl flBronx
Bronx whose oMce is at t 721 East laafh laafhstreet I Iacraet 130thstreet
street have not been receiving their theirbread thelbr nsirbread
bread d in tn 1M morning Freak ok A Antes Antespresident Anteslf8cnt tjct tjctpeidttt
president of the lb company told the police policeyesterday IOI polkyesterday
yesterday terda that some ooa cc was destroying destroyingthe
the bread in th the wagons eou by throwIng tbrowtegkerosene tbrowI throwIngkerosene
kerosene oil over It ItHto ILMia ItHis
Mia driters he said who Ito have 8 to tomote nab nabmore ma mamore
more than seventy entr dettverlea nrJN each morn morning momInl mostlog ¬
log would leave their wigoas a mo moment metnent 0 0ment ¬
ment and upon u their return would Had Hadtho ftBdthe Idthe
the bread eoaksd 8OI 1MI lo kerosee escsiee and so one oneon cm cmon
on the street who ho might have doM It ItTble IL ILTbls ItThis
This always al too toqI > place laClt between i and aadoclock IMIoclock I Ioclock
oclock in the tb morning Late sold 14 that thathe thehi
he bad had no n labor trouble but that thatone thatone tha1 tha1on 1
one on of his customers a baker bait rej rejcently re recently 1 1eentJ
cently eentJ diachareod dachar d several employees employeesInspector employeesInspector I
Inspector Flood advised placing a de detective d dlecUye ditective
tective In each of the th company oompa wagon wagonsthi i ithis Ithill
this morning < The plain clothes olnh men are areto aret aretto
to h M concealed lfId In the rear of the IMwaomI IMwaomInd wagon wagonand enacoand
and nd In this way the theOlioa lb polio hope to catch catchthe Gltdsthe catchthe
the kereosctt throwers throwerss throwerEE1
an A brscw ra tae th SHrrnisc nlac slier a a1Jn4adM rarss ceemKadac
1Jn4adM Kadac SpUis ipU pU l It cms em III as J Uw ksr IIUr rt rtI A s
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r 1 K
FIVE HURT II ELSYATED CAR CARNr
51 SIX T HrpHK Nr MAN v THK TH TICKKT TICKKTSKILKK TCITFU TICKXTSELLER
SELLER FU T re OKT VICKCM HACK HACKPMc RrGlNfnn L4CICPsik
PMc Reserve BeeeaeM Rsii te Tleket Mat Mataatt InE Masnest
nest Cverrbeslr E mt W WeeM Take TakeTfcetn laireThem o on
Them Sat t Me 31 tttsjkta aaa PH 4 Hide HideFvrarsMHr RldllFH7Tra8e RIdeEsetvaHyTrna
FvrarsMHr FH7Tra8e TrasS Belayed aa Hear HearTheir H HTheir HueTheir
Their right to a ride for their nickel nickelasserted Dld1nod nieklauserted
asserted itself la the Sb mind of six hl or orYen orYenhunclM seven sevenhundred sevenhundred
hundred WYior8eYerybody rvivor everybody survived survivedwho survivedwho Unlndbo
who bo stormed th the ofiSce of the lb ticket IIc i seller sellerat 11er 11erat
at the Forty 1ortytlllOllld seoood street a station taton of tb tbBscond tbf the the8cend
Bscond S avenue wt elevated 1te road r yestenlay yestenlaysftaraoon Tt Ttfc ystnIsyaftOnicon
sftaraoon fc erskiag alsc to nearer rf their thr car carfare ar arf1 carfare ¬
fare f1 after a their tflr train trn awl a1 sac Another Aoh closely closslyfollowing cOly cOlyfolloas closelyfollowing
following folloas had hd been b staffed 11 at t the thatto station statiooby stationby
by b a ear c Jumping JIlpn the th track t k Five pas passeagr p piesengers
seagr were 1 hurt It none of them th eeri eerioinly serloudy ri riOll
oinly and some 0 om of o the Il SI five tn were re able to toIcln tolei toIda
Ida lei In the 1h1 Ut nne upon up the th ticket tickt window windowFirst wo windowflnt
First there the waa a scare an In the lh fourth fourthrar fOlrh fOlrhrar
rar of a six b car c trls train running rnanc from fro South SouthFerry Sub SubFer
Ferry Fer 11 erey to IZMh street ITI when the forward forwardtruck for forwardtruck
truck tcl of the car nr left Ie the tb rails rai half hal way waybetween wa wahreO waybetween
between = hreO the Thirtyfourth nllrtrrouh and nd Forty Fortysecond Yor Fortyeeondatrut
second a eeondatrut tret trt stations statiomandib tatioB and nd the th car cr Jammed Jammedto Jmlito
to cSBonity pr went Wlt swinging Inln and a lurching lurchingnear hlrehlnr
near r tb be edge Ip of the th trestle et for three threeblock tr threeblocks
block blok before bfor the th motorman of the its train trainunaware tln tlnunaw trainunaware
unaware unaw of the Il nature Dlu1 of the t e trouble troublebrought truble trublebrollab troubleLirotight
brought brollab his hi train tr to a stop lt at the Forty Fortysecond Fo Fortysecond
second 1 street platform 1Itfor Then Tn fear dis dissolved dl dlselved ¬
solved 81 < before ff the righteou riZhtol desire for a full fullNve fiI fullfly
Nve fy fly cent Ot om ride rM for five rents NOt paid d and ad until untilthe uti untilthe
the lb reserve r from rro two 1 station ado came co can cantriag alOWC canteviag
triag WC up the th long stair to the platform platformthe ptro
the roiled above 110 + the seethed seethedwith seethedwith
t rl space p a 5 th thptrest street tr the
with its wtta ll right rightIt riShtI rightsit struggling atlns humanity tumaoll lnlnt insistent upon uponIta upn upnll uponits
It I wa about bUI half past Jt 2 that tht the lh Harlem Harlembouad UarlembOlad lIailmbossed
bossed bOlad train trla already filled li at Rlvington Rlvingtonand rlnaon rlnaonan
and an Canal street Inl with ib crowds cwd honed honedfor bie boundfor
for ro Sulsers Hdr Pork Pak and Dd the tb other 01 river riverspaces rinrt riscepacee
spaces at t the I b upper end of the t island islandtook Islandtoch I
t upr et a
took t nti 11 c another aalr big Ie Instalment lntmat at t th thThirtyfourth lh the theThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth 1forth street Irt transfer rer stationwhere station stationwhere 110
where h the th shut shuttle hut train tnll run up from fromthe rro fromthe
the t long Island ferry fer K Vah h of the theUx th thesix
Ux ax cars cra had h blocks lk of people pl standing standingla nc ncII
la II the tl aisles ai1 about tt both bt bet ha enBOOM enBOOMWhen tnO tanoesiben
When Whn the train wa w passing palal the th block blocklietween 110 blockbetween < 1 11IW
between 1IW Thirtyeighth Trlzbtb and nd Thirtyninth Thirtyninthstreets TlrtYDlnlbttl
streets the th passengers 8r In the fourth fourb car carlt t carFelt I
Felt > lt a jolt Jot then th a succession uclo of jarring jarringimmps Jan Janblmp Jarringbiunpa I
immps blmp that th set t th tM crating Ua beneath tntb their theire ther therfrt theirfeet
frt feet e t Into terrifying tenrrls tremors treora The be car carbegan cr crp carIjan
began p lo rock rOI from tro sid Ide to side I on it itspring its ItapIDE itssprIng
spring pIDE and a there I was an 1 ominous omlnot creak creaking Ck CkIne creaklog ¬
log and n smashing aMla sounding anlna from tr beneath tiencatnIt ben Atb AtbIt
It The T elevated structure at t this Ihl point pointis
Ie trucu fnt fntI
is I not no AIM 1J1 In Ir Ir with lb reserve m tracks Int be between b 1 1tweect ¬
tween t the lb upward upr and ad downward donwn bound boundtracks blnd blndtrb boundtracks
tracks trb a it in beyond bO Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet Foyda
street a for a way Those To who could look lookout lk lkot lockout
out ot of o the th window wo on o the tb west side of o the thecar th Ui UiCar
car cr and not Do ot the th gradual ua approach fh of oftheir o oftheir
their tlr car nr to t tb the he slender rail of Iron piping pipingseparating pipingsiruting I nE nEID
separating ID them tt from fro the th street r began tP to tobefore toro tobefore
before ro the ir traTn topped Iopr at atFortyeecond atFottymecond t tfotpcnt
Fortyeecond fotpcnt street lt th the oiit 0111 outer r wh wheels wheelsof hl hlor el elof
of th he forward forard tryoU which had hadbeen ha badbeen
been gous gouging ng a furrow in the Ib ties ti 5k for
lucnc
I three t threebloek blocks bloka had hd shifted aln with w lh the turning turningof urlnJ
of of the tb truck until 11011 they th touched ouch and nd tlin tlinclimbed Ihnclmb thnclimbed
climbed clmb over ovr the third ra raI I At the Ih in instant Intan Inetfl ¬
stant tan of contact vnlact there was a r r ri < port pr much muchsmoke muchI muchsmoke
I smoke czoJe and a fountain of f blue Il 111 flame m and andspfirks andapvrka nr
Iprk spfirks ppouted IJlte up along aloo the windows windowswhtro wlndoaawhtro indo indoI
I whtt whtro the till frixht frj frightencd < hlfnc ncd passengrrs n r wrrc wrrcI WfCltlndi
I ltlndi stftniiinx on 01 each rlch others feet fft A Wien irn n lh lhtrain Ihtoln the thetrain
train toln halted lI 11 the II front end of tho rir dlrUf derilIed derilIedcar ied iedcar
car 11 was s veered THf away awy from frm tint tu th platform platformand platfor platformlam
Ilnl lam and out over the tracks lrrk to a ilit Irnt44nce IOn nc of ofthren ofthr ofthree
three thr feet flt and nd more morei moreThi
i I Th T stopping Iloppin was W n mgnsl li < 1 for or a general generaleruption Itn generaleruption nl nlr
eruption r ton from rOID the Ih fourth fOlrh car Nr and nd from fromothers fromolh fromother
others olh ahead Aed and ad behind hhlnd The Te people peoplefought Jple JplefOllct peoplefoht
fought fOllct eccn Jch other othr1 at the Ih gate ani an11me an11meIh some somethrew aonmthrew
threw Ih up the Ih windows ard rd were pushed pushedj puaPI puaPIi pushedthrough
j through Ihrolal onto onl the th platform pltfor hy h others othersfrantic otherfrantic Ih Ihfrmi
frantic frmi in their haste bl A woman who whohad whohad ho hohad
had had opened oJnl a window near nfu the Ih front rnd rndof rndf mdfir
of f thi th h derailed d ril1 car cr and anr who found fOllrt a aapC spam spamseparating sxtciseparating
separating JrllnK her hrr from the platform plaror edge edgethrew ec edgethrew
threw two U t < e and and a I lunch twkket twkketunder II iaeklI
Ilndr I under the th feet of those tb who h had 11 already alreadyru nlra nireadyraheI
ru rIAh1 raheI h d out and anl w wr r muking mkinr for fo the thet Ih IhI timeatst
I eatst Ii t
i Volhiug that had happened because of nfIh oftIc
I the Ih accident Altilnl up lp to II this Ihl time 1m had hn hurt hurtlanylHxiy hl1 hl1I hcftlnybody
lanylHxiy I hody but in the mad Ila scramble kTmhl for forthe forIb forthe
the Ib platform the five f who ho gave cve their theirnanus theirtiams
I nanus mI to the tb police Jole suffered lffrrM injury injuryThese InJllrT InjuryTb
These T Tb were wereCohvn wrlon weretohn
lon far Ibnvi I 1 II Iitt t1 Hire Te f left Ipr let letbPll I legIIupuis c c1l
bPll e I Illupmsii
llupmsii 1l r Morri or AI4 i t Flr fI iireaiie nI left leftI left11gb fl flUch
I Uch l h tremheii ren ntM ed Awl t tft ft le Ie lirlUert lirlUertI br brI
I Hi tl I mil i fj t Tenth TIIh sty ir right rlchtrU rlchlr rightrlt
rU r nrenrhe nrhf sn and < 1 nit nitI cii ciiI I
I Tlmm Tlmmnblum nl uin Moei lo 1 < ITT I Trine rrlnt strsel strselricht Ilrl IlrlI atreeright
right wrlsl rl wrenrhst ml n1 flnt tner tour > r of n right rlfhlhand rlahlhn righthand
I hand hn rriiherl rriiherlUVUnere cruahedWeIbert ruAh ruAhWllrJ
UVUnere WllrJ fVnlis Irll tun lu neb Wbr ter 1 avenue arenueThe avenueTice nu nuThe
The Umax trnax hock hok and bruise bII > of th body bodjrWithin bodyWlhln bodyWithin
Within Wlhln a minute mlnl after the Ibf train In had haditopfied hadstopied I
itopfied another ala h car train come camefrom un unfrom u I Ifrom
110111 ae
from Thirtyfourth Tlryrourh street If and nd stopped stoppedo IItOpp
i 1 sn o that by walking through IhFICh the forward forwardrar rorr rorrI
I rar fI all al of it ll passengers rn n could CJd debark debarkonto er dehariccnto
I onto th the platform alfor This Tl circumstance circumstancedoubled clrlmlux circumatnocdoubled
doubled duhled i he dlffleiilty dlllt on o the Ih patform patformwhere Ilor patrortnwhere
where wh there lb wa no an inch Inh ol 0 elbow elbowroom v4bowroom bw
room om These TOM nearest nalt the ticket IlII ski office nMc nMcIlar I Iclamored
clamored Ilar for their Ihtr nickels back those thoserehlnd IbOI IbOIthln thoseimhind
rehlnd thln pushed plhe and nd wer w r oushed Dllhl In turn turnby tumby turnby
by the Ih constantly augmented aln d current currentof curnl curnlof
of passeager rpra Sore I om women werej werejjammed wr wrjammed I IJartd
jammed Jartd against Klnt th tl the sides id of the Ih waiting waitingroon lln i iroom Ir 1
room and ad a man pushed up a window windowther windowthee
phe ldo
r UI
thee tM and ad hurled hurl them Ibe Inside ne th th the room rm roocnwithout I Iwithout I
without witout ajntl gentienNe tm ns A shower aower of derby dsrbrbat dmY derbybat
bat bl fell f1 down to th th the street atrtIt i iIt I i
It I wa w U half hlf aa hour hor before bfore the Ih be beeaguered b heesgueret
eaguered CIcft ticket Mller 11 and a hi three ehr era statloa at attM eratlo
tloa tM tlo attendant tU u covild ctd move mo the crowd crowdTh crowdTk rd rdTe
Th Te ticket t kt man mn telephoned pH d ra f tb lb the ceoeral ceoeraloflSce enralolces eal ealof
oflSce of th the Third Tir Avenue Railroad RailroadCompany Kl RailreidCompany
Company C pr and a wa instructed luented to t escort escortlive Hrt escortsit I
live 1 sit cUmorUg l pi piaintra ss < srs o Oi orar r to lb lbThird 11 the theThIrd
Third Thir avenue nu elevated Itf o a I bloc blo away awaywhere awaywhere
where he they Ih could culd continue Ooi < their Ih norin norinward nonnr tiortoward
ward r journey without Ihoul Jplnl 9piyjg pay Ing a second secondfare 8C secoisofar
fare t Policemen Plicez from tr tb ti the East E Flfty Flftyflrst Ffl Fflaret flfsyfirst
first and a Fast t ThlrtyOflb nlryattb street lt stationcarved stations stationscarved tatOMrye
carved rye out segments t from fr th tJ the jam on oatb ontbe onthe
tb the platform pltor and u escorted nt then tb oir er ovrfr to totb 10tb totb
tb Third Tblr avenue aYfnu train trainFlrt tln trainsFire
Fire 1 > Tender T HM TrMey Te Car Ca i iThe I ITl IThe
The Tl tender of Engine Enalo 41 whoa wo house houseU ho
U I I in Courtlandt avenue yt near or JSOth SSb SSbold c = H I Icollided
collided old with wt a trolley tol car cr caTbird o Thi avenuat avenu tu venat
at t IMth lJ street tt yesWday JM afternoon afternooniTn afternoonrb
Tn T driver dri turned t aside d to avoid oi th t ear earbut 0 earbut
but bt th t the tender t wa ldwipd ld wiped and ev tvreI tvreIsoon cid cidroea 11 11l
soon l wee thrown t to ap tb tb1 street Non NO wa wahurt was washurt
hurt bu Half Hlf a dozen d strap arap hanger b in I th thtroUey t tisi tisitzoUo
troUey tt tzoUo car Cr wer w thrown Cron to t 4 the t floor f and andoroe an andome
I oroe glees al was scattered calt tire red over 0 ethers but butJ1 butin t ta
a in J1 escaped e injury tJUf c I
HIM ll OAYIKY O II rittHTS WIT SI 3fn nT IT ITryneati
ryneati n rent1 1 AfMartts A t m Rene I to e Haw eW Taat TaatHaseoasl T TtKmbnd t tle
Haseoasl tteserted le Her HerRexo HrrRno HerItrxo
Rexo March rh 20 2ololn 20FollowIng Following close clo upon uponth up uponthe
th the answer ne of Mr a Julia Juli Gardner Or Osyley Osyleywherein 01 Osyloywherein
wherein wbelln she h denies del the tb allegations UUO In the thedivorce thedlor thedivorce
divorce dlor complaint optlnt of her b husband huabod James JamesCayley Jam JamCyley JamesMyley
Cayley and makes r a crossdomplalat crossdomplalatcome mplat i
come CI the deposition dllona filed Ile late Ityele yesterday yesterdayof
of herself hlf her two daughters dalpte Agnes Aa anti sndFlorence antiFloreatw nd I
Florence F0 N Margaret Mrpr K t Button Slton of IMt IMtMadison In 5045ledtsoo
Mdt Madison avenue avfu formerly formerlholUkHpr formerlholUkHprAnd housekeeper housekeeperand
and H 1 O Reed fH of East Orange ODIO Oayleye Oayleyeprivate Osyleysprivate
private rilt secretary ft for several ye1 year re up upto upto upto
to the departure dprllr of Mr Oayley 01t7 for Reno RenoTlie Reo ReoTle BonnTb
Tlie Tle Tb deposition dtpoellon of Mr 3ra Hay flityley ley and her herdaughter herlaulbt herdasghtrs
daughter laulbt are I kept secret at by her he at attorneys attom attorneys ¬
torneys tom It I reported that tht Mr Oayley OayleyIs 0 0I
Is I her hf Incognito IDCclto to t he e present personally personallywhen prl prlwht
when wht the trial tril takes k place placeThe plce plceTe placeThe
The Te deposition lpltO are lre meant mft to 0 prove provethat proetht provethat
that tht Oayley 01 deserted crte hi his wife Ifo in July JulyIBM Julyi
IBM 1 when wba he went ne to It Europe EuropeAccording EuropeAccording Ilro Ilrorrlna
According rrlna to Seeds Re affidavit IrhJu It he wan waaInstructed ws wsIltnlcle waninstructed
Instructed Iltnlcle by h Oayley to advise adyll Mrs MrsOayley MraOayl MrOayley
Oayley Oayl on June 2 IMS 11 that ht Gayley 01 could couldnot cul couldnot
not par the interest Inlort then due d dii on o the thnmortgage th thlortpa themortgage
mortgage lortpa p on o the b house 10U amounting roltlla In 10rL toper i iper
per cent rL of S30roo r I He oven nT that Gay Gayley Oa OaI Gayky
ley I did not pay py any bills hlill except old bill billof bi bIllsof
of about but 101 10011 1Od incurred InMlr in June after afterJuly nrr nrrJllir afterJuly
July when bl Ira I went tent to Kurope KuropeOaytey Ylrop Europalayley
Oaytey crime cmft tn Reno on March Mrh S lane IB09eying 11 lanesaying
eying iK thai lhl he intended IntPd1 thereafter tholf r to 0 live livein IIv IIvin
in the lb West WestAccording WtACnUnl WestAccording
According ACnUnl to Margaret Buttons Ruton testi testimony tNt testimony ¬
mony mo she h having INIlns lived lve In the dayley dayleyhome Oale OalehOe Gayleyhome
home hOe for seven 1 years h Mrs Jra Oayley O II dls dlscliarged dl dlcltar dicharged
charged cltar all n the tb servant no fourteen In num number numhr numher ¬
her hr and nd two chaufferrs chur on August Auct 37 371M 27lt 23app
1M lt closed clO the house hOll and nd departed for forthe forIbe forthe
the Whit Whl Mountains uDln Mis 1 Mutton Huto was wasafterward wa wasafterward
afterward ftr with another servant nt placed placedIn plat
In charge ehara cf th the home hoe and nl lived Ivu there thereuntil th thereuntil re reunlll
until it I wa wal was finally fn I sold Ild UM Llli winter winterOK winterDR I IDR
DR SiMtKI v IAMHKfiT tHlT IIIHT IIIHTHis RT RTN
His N Ant Rams RII RaessSTY1tey a TreMev Te Car on onStalin Col ColHslen 01 01a
Stalin rune a In I Central Urat Part PartDr Pr ParkDr
Dr P Samuel u1 aratwrt lll of i 13 130 East Thirty Thirtyfifth Tlr Thirtyfih
fifth th fih street art a brother brotbe of Dr Alexander Alexandereabert texandrTmbrt tnr tnrrbrt
rbrt Tmbrt eabert was shaken Ian up anti nd cut rul In an anautomobile anautomobile n nautOobs
automobile autOobs ruHMsion tIOI in iVnlra 1lra Park Parkyesterday Pa Parkyesterday
yesterday yesterdayThe lerT lerTT
The T accident adl occurred Olrl at t whet hl ha b In Income I Inorle lienome ¬
come norle known at a the 0 collision oolllio curve Mlf nn nnhe nntM onths
he Eightyixth FJChXlb street transverse road roadabout J toadabout
about abt fifty tUy IttS yards ya west tt of Fifth Yflh avenue avenueThe avenueTb Ynlf YnlfT
The T road r is I very narrow now and a on o it t are two twotrolley twotrll twotrolley
trolley trll tracks tnk On toe li CI curve a Hone Honewall alonewail Ionl
wail ruts II off 01 the I vims yle viee1cept > except nC fur fH a I short shortitetano shortDr hor
dtnl itetano itetanoDr
Dr lAinbert 1ILr wa a In the tonneau of his bisautomobile bl blulomobUe hisautomobile
automobile George Oa Hinds la < the I chauf chauffeur tbalf tbalfflr thsuffmzr ¬
feur wa w driving west t at at a mods mor modrate modrategait rate rateait
gait ait 1 In rounding rninc the curve clne he h I K got gotover ot otow t tover
over on o the th south l1h aide d of the tb road ro and andsaw andsaw ld
saw 1 an e tatbound tbound UX I trolley Iron car ct coming comingtoward comlnctoa comingtowrd
toward him himH himI himHe
toa
H I He shifted hn his hi wheel hl and n tried trfd to get getover ptOY getover
over OY on o the th Ui other obr aide fd but wa unable unableto llnbl
to avoid yo th lb b car cr Tb T automobile utomoble and the thetrolley Ihetrolr thetrolley
trolley trolr came r together with a shock hok that thatjolted th thatjetted
jolted the tht few f paaenter n In the trolley trolleycar tr trnr
car nr and ad shook ok up Dr f Ijmbert lmbr The Thecar 1 TheCal
car step wa bent nt and a window wan wanbroken wasbroken
t alp a wnow wnowbP
broken bP The 11 mud mu guard an and ad a wheel wheelof h1of
of the th auto were w twisted tI 5 The T window windowwere wlno wlnow windowswere
were w broken and n ga glees cut Dr r lnmbert lnmbertneck lomln lomlnMcl lnmbertsneck
neck Mcl and chin chinHe thinI chinlie
He I had surgical lIuralnl dressings d n in hi bil lila car r r
eo 1 he h applied lrI1c1 first rfl aid d to tb 1lnJul the injured before befortaking beforetaking for
taking Ilnl a car r hom homThe homTh hiorveThe
The Th chauffeur rbalr was arrested arld oo o a I charge chargeof charmof
of 0 reckless tlkl driving drvin Dr I Alexander sandr Lam Latnliert l llJr Lambert
bert lJr went rnt lo the Areenal nIIllon Mutton etalionatel and le balled haitalnni hkl hklIIR balledhisni
IIR hisni nni Mil Miln 1 1nIOf
I
n nIOf IQI KT riifii 11 on onMU ontUsserI I I
MU tUsserI f1 llrmoerats nmr Intent tn I Mount MountAm luaetiiAn Ul
I In
Am n l tine t ne fer fmI Prrtlitrnl PrrtlitrnlfSrntxoFWn PrrtCl PrrtClI
I fSrntxoFWn frfrxnnPII Mo 0 March l al fi < The Thecomrrlttee ThOl Thecomnittee
comrrlttee comrltf in charge of o arrangements arrangementsfcr rnlllI rnlllIfor
for the Democratic l mOric banquet here h oti otiJeffersons 011 011r ciJeffersons
Jeffersons r Ixrthdsy lin b hdy today lO announced announcedthat nnolnl I Ilbat
that It has h ha abandoned Ihandont lh the proposed lrOIJ 1 love 1 lutefrai j I
I IThis
f frai ait
fraiml This TI action 1 on which whlll I is fine 111 wa Itrgely lrgelydue j i
nf the Invitation Invitationsent invitatIon1ae0t
due dl In iriuonstruction IrilnatrUo n tbl Initato Initatonl
1ae0t sent nl to I Mayor U 4ivnor < aynor nor of New w York YorkNo Yorktluutglit I ISn
No thottglit 1111ht wa ever r ent nlrt2In1 rt ln d hy hyany
I any an memlier mmlJr of the II committee Oommlt o hoomnic hoomnicthe tmna 1
the thO PresidentiAl 1fldtnIAI candidacy cndiI1 of any al man manOne manOn manOne
One On of tlm I I ortiiimilfHeiiwti ml 111 t r f The Themicapprehenlon Th fl flniiipprehenmlott
micapprehenlon i chargeable rulJ to Ii sentui sentuitional Mm penitalionel I
lionel Iiol n wuiper and nd nverzealou nverzealoufriends rerzealoisfripnds aIOll aIOllfrf1
friends frf1 of Missouri Miw ouri who leganl leganlPresidential 181 1lr their theirPresidential I
Presidential pror JrOpl proapectafon Mt too sorioiwlv sorioiwlvSI PCIIOiIVsfpgflluETTn noIAI I IWtrlrTI
SI ffRACKTTK WtrlrTI fV TOKOTII TOKOTIItteman TIIUTt TOttOTtItoman
tteman 1n Mtarllr lrU Ibe Ibeprating th trgKlature b lit tp tppqa1tE I
I prating I fee re Vole 01 far nonirn nonirnOTTAWA flosienOttawa Ollr OllrOfWA
OTTAWA OfWA Ont March Arh TO oOn On Saturday Saturdayj sunl atiarcIay1tlernoon
j afternoon almon a suffragette Ir J invaded nAtl the Ih On Ontario Onarlo Onlatin ¬
latin legislature and nu ratjoed IAId a neiuallon neiuallonhy tllon tllonb
hy b demanding dmlnlnl the Ih ballot hlol for women wom from fromthe frm frmIhe Ito Itothe
the Speakers Hrkr gallery cI She hla he is said 10 0 I IMm b blit
Mm Olivia Smith Hmil of lxin lnlon < ton England KnglandTlie n1141d
Tlie 111f Legislature IIRilllr wat n on the II point Joat of ofprrjl ofprotogtirg I Iprnrogture
prnrogture for the I h session ion vrheit she shearose IIh IIha shearose
prrjl r1
arose a und said id There Thpf i lion Is one on thing Ibln that Illa
1 wish llh In draw drw your attention 1nlon to and andthat inn innthat Iul IulIht
that ls hat In the Ih deliberations dtlhraton of Ibis Ibislx thurLgialatltre bi
lx gilalure Iltidailre > the Ih members rmle have hy failed rI to topay topay
pay sufficient lmli nl attention atfnllon lo 0 the Ih cause alU of ofwomen oflomfn ofwomen
women 1 lomfn There Th I is one o thing you 01 have haveforgotten b btorc Staveforgotleni
forgotten torc I prolet Jre against IKan this Ih Parlia Parliament IArla IArlamfnl Parliament ¬
ment closing foinc without doing dOIO juctfre Jur lo loomen 10omen towomen
omen womenWcmen omenWomen omenWern
Women Wern sre rc as much mlrh entitled fntt 11 to vote votess o
I ss 5 men Ontario Onlro should hcld be I in the Ib toad toadI ad adI
I hope hop that In your future fltu deliberation deliberationyou dltrllouJ dltrllouJyr1
will do justice to the Ih cause of
you yr1 Vt wl Jutlc aU women womenThis womenThi 0In1
This Till is all 1 I have Iav to sny at present PnL Thank Thankyou Tuk Tuko Thankyou
you o I
youMr
Mr Ilra Mrs hmlth is a living lil now 10W at V f Alice AbccstreetAoronto h hatloronlo
streetToronto atloronlo Sh has b been u three thr time timein tlmI
in I Holloway Holow jail JI once ont for disturbing dlurbnr the th theBritish I I IBritish
British Drirl Honfte ROJA of Common Cmmo once for Inter Interfaring Inttrfmns Interloving
faring with wlb th the ple police and one oae for flr chain chinI chainleg
leg II herself to 0 th t door poet pa of Premier1 Premier1Uqulths Prr Prrqullh Proraier Proraiertiquiths
Uqulths qullh residence lc0 8h Sh wears r the lh I luflrajtett Iuttto Ieu1raetta
uflrajtett medal medalWhen ndl medalWhen
uttto 11 When the h got o to t this country IUDI from rrm fromntaM i iEngland
England ntaM she e went wt to Cobalt Coblt and an was wainurse a anr gnurse I
Ec
nurse nr there th j
HI HI KT 1 BY B STRAMIK iTRIN ETOafOV ETOafOVMans r XPIOMON3IiI rllx rllxMn
Mans Mn Head H tHewn 1 ar ff I b > s Ifaml > rnamiie but butH buHe t tH
H He Itenstes R I te Expiate RxetalalxDliXAPi Fp ExpiateINozaiaPotie
lxDliXAPi JDUUJL > u March Mrh JOH J Bell Bella 01
a carpenter mrt had hfi hi b his right rabt hand torn off offby offb offby
by b a dynamite dlf explosion expli early Ir this morn morning momI mornlug ¬
lug I H lie refuse f to t give sl any expUnatlon expUnatlonof upnton upntonc
of th the accident accidentWhen adt adttl accidentWhen
c te
When the tl ambulance abce reached Ro a common commonwhere cmmon commonwhere I
where Bell l wa several 1 tarn a were with withhim withhim I Ihim
him but bt they t scattered ale a as a soon o on A a aphysicIan wth tho thophysician 1
physician who 60 accompanied 8 1 tb the ambu abi anbulance
lance ID olcn got o out ot None So oite of O those with Ith him himwaa himWN himWA I
waa WN recofninrd rl nod A Dell refused to t tell tellthe tel tollthe
the t name no of hi bi companion CPII or anything anythingto IDyblo IDybloto
to clear d up th the mystery r Investigation Investigationby InYtf tl
by b UM t > police pli ha b failed fail to throw tr any Dr
light on I th t the affair affairStructure alr alr8tu SairStructures
Ubt Structure 8tu on o which blh nonunion noulo labor laborwas lbr lbrfple laborwas
was employed fple were r dynamited dJril her bre a ashort ab ashort
short b time tm ago o am the police ple are a trying tryingto
Ic Icto
to And d out ot if Bells I Injuries are re In I any anyway anyray T TwT
organized orllab way wT related fIC labor Labora to th the oe of 0 dynamlt dJrlt by byorganised b byorganized
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TAFT AVERTS AVRT A TAJIK WAR WARIX IARrtRB AR ARwe
rtRB we rn IX 1 FltlEBLr NESS NESSTUr x xrtrwx ES9 ES9TIATI0X
TIATI0X TUr WITH CAAI C4YAU C4YAUt c4NAD4Mttiesi > A Amtatln
mtatln t Murk r Improved Jrr It I to BetUved BetUvedtoy B Btl
toy tl Presidents Pet long 1 rarereac With WithDomlBloa Wiltsflemtalen 11
DomlBloa Ila Finance FNterN Minister N Street StreetMtateMeatrBeoit B 8ircettatemeat
MtateMeatrBeoit Itni tatemeat a er RSSJIS Nh ef Caattatla CaattatlaALBAVT CenseftatlenALPAT
ALBAVT ALla March MAh ro President Prldet Taft TaftW Tf Taftis
W 8 Fielding FeldlDC Minister Ulalta of Finance Fince of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Dominion Omlnot of Canada Caa and Charle CharleM Cul CulII
M Pepper Pppr commercial Immerciai adviser adlr of the theDepartment thoOprmtnt theDepartment
Department Oprmtnt of State conferred lat for more morethan mor morethan
than lh three Ih hour today IDo In an n attempt attemptto atept ateptto
to find fn some le solution Ilutlon of the tariff tan problem problemwhich prbl problemwhich
which hlh ha h vexed I the United Une State Slt and andCatwla a andCanMs
Catwla CatwlaNo a L LI
I No o agreement arlent wa was A > reached rhe and nd none nonewaa 10ne 10nelholllIrotnlt nonewas
I was absolutely lholllIrotnlt promised by b th the h confer conferbut ronfl conferees confereesbitt
but it i wan a the general crl opinion opino that the themeeting themIlnc themeeting
meeting pointed Oinie the war AY to a volution volutionNegotiation aolutoa aolutlonegotItions
Negotiation Slolatoa were we practically ftal At an anml anend anend
end ml when hn Mr Pepper 1fIPr returned to Wash Washington Wal WalInllon VashIngton ¬
ington from the It Dominion DmInion several ml week weekago weeksago I
ago 1 Now ow they tblt hare been n resumed ntae and andevery anllort endevery
every effort lort will wi l be > made mae by b President PresidentTafl Pfldfnt PfldfntTart PresidentTaft
Tart Ibo Stale Department ffpartmont and It was waaaid Wi wassaid
aid III oflirlaU onidal of the Ih Canadian analal Govern Government lovernmont oyer oyermwnt ¬
mont mwnt to totivert avert Ir a tariff loril war warThe warThe warThe
The President Irldut left lef All AIN Albany > any Innlght InnlghtMr
Mr Ir Fielding Ilinl In I duo lo depart deprt for Canada Canadaand anadaanti nda ndaand
and Mr Pepper I ii expected C lo 0 return returnto um
to Washington Whlnjlol loiuorrow louorw morning m rnlnj All Allpartim 1 il ilptrlies
partim fal to ih tie conference Onflnnc < w were rn r reti reticent reticent 11 11Nnl ¬
cent Nnl about aholt what hal ho hAl hail > l orcurnsi II hut hiI It wa waunderstood waIInnlood wasrinnieratoonI
understood IInnlood that the situation is much muchIwltertlmnit muchhel muchlttertluuit
Iwltertlmnit hel fr 1111 II was wstfore before Ifo President Tuft Tuftafter Taf Taftafter
after Dfr the Ih conference cnnc caused a 1 this slate slateluent statebent llt lltltnt
bent ltnt to IM 1111n ii given outr outrThe olH olHThe otitThie
The Preejdeat 1rolt and nd Mr Fielding < were werein wer1f wereits
in 1f conference cnfeC in respect pft Ut r1 t the th tariff tarifftoday tariffea tarifftoday
today ea for several lyeA hours hOln No conclusion conclusionwan concl5sloitwas ldaol ldaolrfIh
wan reached rfIh but blt the th situation llitlallol remains remainsthat rm8intht remainsthat
that tht of friendly negotiation negotiationPresident ngotlilon ngotlilonIdlt negotiationPrIdcntTafLIaanionitsto
President Idlt PrIdcntTafLIaanionitsto Taft Tar is anxious anlol8 to t rind n way wayout w waynull
out 011 of the 18 difficulty dlflty It It wai a iii hi sug suggestion suggeetion I ¬
gestion JHon that tt the ronf rnfnr conference erence was arranged arrangedami rrnc1and
and it It wa was he b who ho let Ilt It be t known that thatnegotiation thAtneoUlon thatnegotialiona
negotiation neoUlon bad been tn resumed rNumfl once oncemorn on onmol oncenor
morn mol nor after Irlf they lb apparently Ipuet had failed failedThe fal failedThe
The 118 President Prtdft according < lo those th0 who whoaw 110 110w
aw w him today todll in I seeming Inr only for some someway 1m 1mwa someway
way wa in 11 which to t interpret the th tariff tarl law lawfor lawfor lawfor
for some m quid pro quo on which to brie btsean Naean briean
an agreement with the th Dominion If Ifthat Iftbt Itthat
that IB found bore will be no tariff wltiar wltiarIt war warIt warIt
It was pointed out today tod that it may maytw 111 111t mayb
tw t b I iiuesIhle > oo OfIItill lt l for Mr Ir Taft to give Iye Canada Canadathe
the mimlmum rates rl provided in the thePayneAldrich tb tblynltAldnh thePayneAldrich
PayneAldrich law la even fD after n March 31 31On 31On nOn
On that date II the 2S per cent ad valorem valoremli
li I in IIf M added add e 1 automatically utomatlcall to the dutiea dutieaon
on Importation from all nation which whichdiscriminate wblthdl whichdiscriminate
discriminate dl unduly against the United UnitedBute Unltfod81M UnitedStatg
Bute ButeSecretary 81M StatgHetetary
81MKfocrLar
Secretary of Stats O Knox It wan w Maid Maidliere saidhere d dII
here II ere today Itd Is I of the opinion that even evenafter e evenafter n nIIrter
after March 31 when the maximum dutio dutiobecome dJUOIIbecome dutlosbecome
become effective the President may mayl marlroclt mayby
l by > y proclamation lroclt Uii entitle nUU a country c rritr to the theminimum themlalrmun Lb Lbminimum
minimum rate ral If he h find after that date datethat daiftht datethat
that II I is not unduly discriminatory discriminatoryo I INo I
No o art rt t of the Canadian Parliament
j would aI lie I n neeesary ce ary ry il wa dclaied dclaiedto cllIdtn
to tiring III II the Pniled Slate A within the thefavored thefavored 1108fvoftd
favored nation clauv of the Ib Dominion Dominiontrmf r DominiontfsP Ollllulon1h >
trmf trestle treatieThe trestlelb
The 1h Council of the Ih Dominion can with without without ith ithoul ¬
out legislation 1 < extenH th h provisions provisionslo
lo the Ih United State It ws predicted predictedtoniRlit pdiCedIloniaht predictedtonglit
Iloniaht toniRlit tiy ii a Canadian of Influence Inn nCf that thati thatan
i I an a IIICrunl re ni nl would In reached rhd before beforeMarch Ifo Ifof beforeMarch
f March 31 31Home 31I IiSome
Home of r Mr r left advUer hare held heldthat h heldthat 1d 1dIhlll
I that Any attempt I to amend amend the Ih Payne PavneAblrich P PAklridl PayneAlniricli
Ablrich law o a lo exclude Irlld Canada aaa4 front fronttw fromi fronttie
i tw 1 tie maximum provi provisIon ion would I > difficult difficultanO dlmClI1I dimeistand
ant dnltmu l niceroii reciprocity treaty treatyjaNo treatyatm watya
jaNo I a atm might provoke protest l and furnlnb furnlnbiMrengih furnlbI fizrnInbtrnrti
iMrengih I to Democratic opponent of oftic of11M ofthe
11M tic Administration AdministrationThe
I The 11 President > nl It I is lietieved mi mt miitcons t tcoax
coax Cnnada into granting ronrepinn ronrepinnenouph ronlfl conrsionresotrh ion ionMourh
enouph rn that he I can say that ill D Dminion 0I1lniou I Iminion
minion I u not unduly undll ilicriminat ory oryHus 0 0I oryIhis
Hus 8 will IM hi his am Im and nd that of the I State StateDepartment i tate taterarttient a It Iturartrnent
I Department in the th next few day dayllffam d durol daysItefore
llffam raring 1 lnlt tcnisht the tt President PresidentKigtieil Prc PrcnidsatssgtlMl = II IIiKll1
Kigtieil the Ih proclamation extending the thnniiiiimtiM theninttitim
I niiiiimtiM milll rAtes r1 of f the th PayneAldrirh PayneAldrirhUw
Il1w Uw to I France FranceDuring Fnll Fnll1rlDlt FranceDuring
During the Ih whole lime t m h ha been here Ixrnlli I III herethe
lli the PreMrl lrjriIII4 nl liaischewrd has ffMhrtll1lal iichewed State politics politicsiMtvpt politicerti4
iMtvpt 1 of course rour po Oihl ih o < private con conversation mnlIon conversatlons ¬
versation lIon with the Jovernor Hpenker HpenkerXVuiUworth HJIIrI HwnkerVIswortb
XVuiUworth is L a the only p Ilil > lit nian < ian of note notethat nolehal notthat
I
that thu Pr Irflitl President ident nl has talked with wIt at t nil 0111aJhouRh allalthough nilalihoiiRh
although Collector William fwb Jr JrOtto h 1 1Ottni
Otto 011 Huinnrd and n1 others talked IAI with him himtiriofly hlll1hr himbriefly
briefly hr at th Iliireraity Club liii ilinner tact lantnight lalltII tactntght
night nightIhiro II ntghtIlier Ith I Ilh
Ihiro lh was wn 11 a report Around Albany hny that thatthe IhAtIh thatthe
the Ih President had ien n Senator Cobb Cobbrrho Cobbho Cobbwho
who ho wj elected presklent of the Ih Senate Senateover Rfonat8or Senateover
over the Ih protest of Senator nlor Hoot and It Itwan itwas
wan 11 aid the President himself In intereatlon con convenation OnIIlon <
venation with friend today lod the Ib Presi President PrIftnt Preslhnt ¬
dent remarked l in emphatic tones I Idont 1dont tIont
dont know Ino Senator Cobb CobbThn C CobbThe bb bbTh
The Th nwa from Washington that the theHome tiselouse
Home 11011 of Hepresentatires had decided by a adecisive adfIClAl a4ISClAiV
decisive dfIClAl vote to enlarge the Committee on onUnits onRuin onRulcu
Units Interested Inll td the Ib President very much muchHe muchII
He II didnt dit nt have a great deal to toy say to tovisitors toyi1011l tov110
visitors about the situation but b t did didbriefly didbrl didbriefly
briefly brl comra comment commentI nt ntI
I se ef the Ih President is I reported as assaying aa114yl1a a asayIng
saying that Mr Payne say that the thechange thectuuige
change will ill hnortt Dt the legislation I < laltlon I Ihope Ihop Ihope I
hope that It in true trueTho tfUflThe trueThe
The President let it be known to his hisvisltnra hillItora hi hivinltnra
visltnra Itora that he intended to play pl a few fewtames f feam fewrime
tames eam of golf < off this th summer l1mm r with Ith Earl EarlQrcy EarlOre EarlGrey
Qrcy Ore at Beverly The Earl and the thePresident thePrNidot thePresident
President will play probably over the theMyopia the1110pla theMyopia
Myopia Hunt Club course courseThe courseThe <
The President attended services 8fOl Cfa today todayat tod todI I
at I the Emanuel Eman Baptist Church with Ith Gov
Hughes At t the luncheon at the Execu Executive Eueulive Ezecutire ¬
IIIUah live Mansion in addition to the President Presidentand
and Capt al Butt ute his fI hi aide were re Earl Grey GreyBishop Ona OnaBiahop GreyRlhop
Bishop Donne former Governor or Francis Francisof
of Missouri President Nichols of Dart Dartmouth DartmOItla frtmouth ¬
mouth and several vrl1l others othersThn othersThe
The 111 President left Albany late tonight tonightfor
for Now ow York ork and New e Haven where to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow he attend a meeting of the tb Yale YaleCorporation YarCOrlOration YajeCorporation
Corporation CorporationKarl
Karl Grey A nn d Col Trotter his hi aide aideand aideand Idt Idtand
and Collector fx rb > vb left for New York 1orkwllh TerMwith Yorkwith
with the President on bin private car carOlympia earOlmpla carOlympia
Olympia OlympiaPresident OlmplaPnMIiPnt OlympiaPrielilent
President Taft car left Albany Alban this thismomma thismorning
momma at t 309 oclock by the Atlantic AtlanticExpression AtlntiExpreesoti
Expression Oft the New N York Central His Histram matra Illstrain I
tram tra r n la due at Grand Central Htatioa Htatioaat tatlo tatloat
at t 703 7 oclock Ilia III ear I is tn b b8 trans transfererd i
ferred to the New N England Exnrea EspltM on onth I1tM onthe
th tM New Haven road road due toleave at atS atoclock ata
S oclock arriving in New Se Haven about abouttwo boIJt1 boIJt1i I II
two twobouralatar hours later
i 1
XAVKO HEX B4VSK Rer RerHn flt9X flHK flHKHrs FINIMn
Hrs Rrwa AtevstavMl he he1rr Her UMto 4111 rMjtf rMjtfter negtt negttSir
Sir rrj Frem Bertca IIetMeaAfter tsxhtry tsxhtryAfter ey eyAfter
After tearing tftrl off the tMor bwrnlsg dress drauof
of Ur tBT ureroW vre rold d dueItW u bter Utacfee Utacfeewho Misachwho clae claebo
who bo had set herself tr airs a re with nfttdM nfttdMMrs mat mat1Jra matehieMrs
Mrs Sarah Brown Bro of C3 Ovtere street streetBrooklyn atrtBroo1cIya strutBeDoMlyit
Brooklyn wife of a real s estate tats operator operatorturned oeortufl14d operatorturned
turned fire fighter late evseSeg and with withother withntlMr withother
other women saved nd her horn ho frota do destruction doatructloo doatructlon ¬
struction by fire riraefrc lesees from ntkecWW ntkecWWclothing h cWkI cWkIclothlna childsclothing
clothing tired curtain laa as th the cheW ran ranfrantically raafraatlllr ranfrantically
frantically from room to room roowThe 100IIITho roomThe
The mother reached the lb girl rile in time fl to tosave toanl tosave
save her from injury 0tM I tore owsy owsythe eft eftIhe aesythe
the burning dress Then she bo bopaU ffrasped ffraspedpails gras ad adpiUs
pails of water ter and dashed dtb d it over the ttteburning thebllmloc thebunting
burning curtain Women Heighten Heightenhelped 1H1tt4Jentped neIghborshelped
helped tped in organizing O caDbID a bucket bri brigade adeaad a4a a4atad
tad managed to hold the flames down downuntil dOWflU1ItII downuntil
until the arrival of the lb firemen firemenAfter firemenAfter n nAfr
After the excitement was over Mm MmBrown I Itlrown MrsBrown
Brown fainted and later beram hysterical hystericaland
and it was necessary fer a physjefaa ph to tobe tobe tohe
be called In to treat her He II found her herburns hftrmm herbttrni
burns to be of a superficial fptlrtldalnatu fptlrtldalnatuJ natureJ nature
J 5j J AtTONOH 4fTOll HIIJ llF ARftFXTMrs ARftFXT IfrTte
te Mrs Henry Clew C itewia CfKBirenr In Inde a Pen Penday
0 de day > s PoHre4atHi PoHre4atHiMaurice Plflll Caleb ctlltMurl CalebMaurice
Maurice Metxger chauftour for Mrs MrsHenry 3JraHenry rnIIll1rr
Henry ct Clews of f 21 West SIstyfIrM 81 strII street streetwas cnoetwaa streetwee
was arrested ArrNI d yesterday afternoon afternooncharged afternoencharged rtllrnonnbar
charged bar < ed with withspuedlnghi spued ing his car along the theWest 0 0Weet tbWest
West Drive In Oulral Park and tlolatUig tlolatUigthe loltulltthfl
the antismoke ordinance ordinanceFiftytwo ordlnneeFlftto ordinanceFiftytwo
Fiftytwo arrests of ofpdingthaufleiirs ofpdingthaufleiirswore speeding chauffeurs chauffeurswore
wore tIO made in the city It yesterday The TheDrone Thron TheDrone
Drone ron police on motorcycles were rell4rtlo rell4rtlolllarl Iart turtle turtleularly Ic Icidarly
ularly lllarl antlve I1ntl and drivers who let I thjir thjiroara tbJlrMr thirtar
oara tar shoot out along the Weetcheett WMchMWtd WMchMWtdNflw and andNew sailNew
New Rochelle road were promptly tamed tawedOn
On th the Boston 80I l n mad Polio Sergeant SergeantIIoww Sergeanthow rIMat
how 110 picked fll ked up Welcome 8 Frosser Frosserwho Proeaerwho Prosorwho
who said that he was chauffeur far HaJph HaJphH AI AIII
H Thomas of 768 7MFIfthayenusndloekd 7MFIfthayenusndloekdhim Fifth Fitthye aveaae and antlloe antlloehim locked lockedhim
him up diargwd 1i4 with spsedlng thirty thirtymile thlre thlremllN thirtymite
mile an hour hourtciiooi hourcIIo I Iro
I It
tciiooi ro or MATRtvarHettsn MATRtvar V4TRV lJ
Nests t ImtllDllsa r t The tre Ulrls Are AreTaucnt A ATaut Ar ArTsuiht
Taut low n la I Be H tllte tllteBOSTOX Witesh1oot n nollTOK
BOSTOX Maas 1 March 70 9A A school wcboolof
of matrimony la which the tls primaentlala prim es ensntlaIs essentials ¬
sentials of wedded happiness happln are ra BOW BOWbeing aowbelnlt nowbeing
being taught upt I Is the latest Innovation Innovationamong l1uloytlonI1mo innovationamong
among I1mo s Boston moat modern training trainingInstitutions reininginatltutloes nlftC nlftCInstltutlona
Institutions InstitutionsIn
In thl tide school 001 a group of girl Iris Including iDeiuifingthose laeltId1asI Includingthose
I those from many of the tit best fomlilea fomlileain falllI
in the city oil are bring trained tnl five b day daya days daysa
I a w week k In the Ib arts rt which will 1M equip them themto tIa tIat
to t become ideal Id < d wire IYdIDOUMft mother and aatl1tota aatl1totamlIra home bosmakera homemaker
maker makeraThe mlIraThe makerThe
The Instruction lo inuadr under the 11 direction directionof
of acme of the moot distinguished dJethasu sdu sducMtora dutator u uallore
cMtora in Boston and i strictly of a peach practical peachcal ¬
cal character characterThe
The matrimonial course include the thefollowing tb tbfollowlD thefollowing
following subject caub oubJectswlth with Ith which Ute umuat Medest Medestmust t tmust
must be 5 entirely familiar before she U Uaccredited I IatClOdltPd Iaccrsdltid
accredited competent to be a lnnaniiiiisi lnnaniiiiisiLiterature hoIrwUnatun bomemakwUteratur
Literature thlca Ibl child study atu household householdsrtsi
art rIa house hou building textilsn team t ztiI and aadhand siwine siwineband 1ft 1ftband >
band work and de design 4yxi music ra ia the theliYalrolfl lb home tetaefoe homebinmiMlil
liYalrolfl foe foechemistry or hamesils hamesilschemistry IM IMcbfmllry
chemistry biology blolo social eoeeofnloo eoeeofnloohygiene economlonhygiene Kce Kcehylen
hygiene dental hygiene home nursing oursingand
land and the care of delinquent Inqt children ol lclrea
I TWO Kiurn ix 1 nYKR nYKRUreal WRECK WRECKurnl WRICKI
I Great Nertbrm rtl1f1111Tratn Tram la lt she e tMteti BltHlF BltHlFI rear rearlero
tern Passenger Pa Hart HartI
I
I ST Part rAI Minn March ZO 2OThe The Great GreatNorthern OrealI Greatorthern
Northern Railroads Winnipeg Wlnnl c flyer flyernorthbound Iy IylIortMXIIlnd Oymnorthbound
northbound left the rail one mile west westof westof 1 1of
I of lingers Minn at t 13 Ji tonight tonightSeven tonightSeven 1t 1t8on
Seven cars went into the tb ditch the theengine Ih IhI theI
I engine baggage baCP and mall car being over overturned oYerlumtd overturned ¬
turned and catching Ore OreEngineer 0 0I fir firI
I Engineer Connelly of St Paul and Bag Baggageman altgffllan Baggagvman ¬
gageman Smith of Minneapolis linn1poikilled we wekilled wikilled
killed Fourteen Yourt passenger pa were ere bar bauhurt 1 1hllrt barhint
hurt A relief 1If train was sent from Mints Mlnneupi MintsOf lInn
upi > li linn
0 nn Of vrvs rl w 1 i rno or IIOXHK IIOXHKMairlasje IInWlltI
I Mairlasje rrt t of C G T 1 Hlnne sod Sit Miss I Trace Traeeytul Tracelut
tul Karnard nI t Oblige Ue a IUfr IUfrI l ler lerllACKrNs
I llACKrNs IIACIiFuK rK March 31nho TO O Cottnte ostfltesu De Deraux r rraux II
I raux of Paris hastened the srddinc of ofher ofher f fhrr
her sister Mis Mi tI Anna Traony fRCfl liere her ls last lastevening l levening
evening mi that she he might I ie M > a matron matronof
of honor before returning to her home In InFrance ioFrnll inFrance
France The Countes Lounl l is visiting Ialll her herparents ItparMIII lwsparent
parents Mr r and n Mrs I James am Tracer Tra of ofHnckenrack f fIfnclcrnl1ck ofllnckensack
Hnckenrack The wedding lt1lnlt was planned plannedfor
for Jim but the IIr young olln < couple fOIIP readily resdilyagreed rpdll rpdlla1tfPfd readilyagreed
I agreed to the Higge IItiltCllon tlon of the thCouI thCouIrh lb Countess CountessThe CoutsteThe
The rh bridegroom Irr < was George T Wino WlnneIr WlnlJof Wino1Ir
1Ir Ir of Teaneck whose father is I presi president piesIilent 1 1dDC ¬
dent of the Ih Board ft Education and nd the theRepublican tbeRfpllblinan theRepublicen
Republican Club In that place pia The Rev RevAbrsm f fAbram RevAbram
Abram Duryea D of North Hackensac < offi offirisled omria oftielated
elated ria Itd Tim Tim bridesmaid were Mrs r Freak FreakBauer FraekII Franktater
Bauer II and n1 Miss II Arvllla Wmne The TM heir heitman tMotfmJlo heirruin
man Walter U < l Winne inne was called from fromItutgers fromtUI fromlttitKeT
Itutgers tUI College ole In a hurrr hurrrIf hllmUT hitterSITU
If UT TO I IIUNF ASH Kit INTO PITCH niTCHHrsnrhr nTtH8n PITCHRrsnrhe
Hrsnrhr 8n ef t a Tree Teok Oat vt the Pew Pew0eeapantien F FI ForteecgpsntsOlte
0eeapantien I IIe Hay Ha Ia Me MeGvorge BleGeorge e eG
George G nre De GuiaooM a cotton brokor brokorwho brokorhD brokerwho
who hD li venial lins lit till Eat Eighteenth EI tth street stroMFlatbush aWeetFlathuh streetF1ttluh
Flatbush was out In hi h his automobile 4utOllllGbiiatenia yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday tenia afternoon visiting 1Um Coasy COB Island IJadand 1114f1d Islandand
and Sheepshead SI1 hNd Bay Ba H wts g4ring IIInllrid a aride aride
ride rid to o three men when 1111II at t Neck 8ek road rc4East and andEast andBait
East Twelfth street at 9It Sbephsd ni pshs < d Bay Baysomething Mysomething Y Yaometblnc
something happened t to th steering steeringand teert teertand gear gearnd
and nd the machine went Into a ditch ditchThe dltcTh ditchThe
The Th occupants of the th machlae were not notthrown IMCthrown notthrown
thrown into th the ditch because Mea Ui the low lowhanging loWbaDain lowhanging
hanging limb of a willow tree wiped th thout 0out them themout
out of their seat and they fell la the theroadway theroadw theroadway
roadway roadw One On of tile mca who whose BOBM BOBMDe II8IeDe nsaDe
De Oiunoms did not haow wa osi th thfront 0 0front thefront
front Mat with Ith DeGuaeen De I Oua who ho hodriln was wsadriving wasdriving
driving The limb truck theraaa the tb tIIUI tIIUIand mani ahead aheadand headand
and his hi skull was fractured H Mi wa wataken W WtaklCl wantaken
taken to the Coney eoa Island 1lMtIlloafMtal 1lMtIlloafMtalIt Hospital whir whsrsit whirIt
it was said Id hi bla chance of recovery NCOn NCOnNMII war warNIMll waneemail
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John Kemble Kf lbl and John Farrell were sot aotmuch sotmuch oe oemuch
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a Mwrml understanding U8 sEts axaong thorn S az4 as aspreewvt AIt anprsortt
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preewvt t Hat they will wt eater the Ch Ttefiiib Ttefiiiblioaa Jatt TIspeSban
ban eauatu to b ba held wttbla a few fewd fewcHu lawdays
d cHu days ys aa I Individual and not aa aaof a iaea member memberof era eraof
of th laaursjnt I t tThla band baadThis bandThis
This moderation of th the lawrgate lawrgateafter In i iAfter
after I heir thai notable victory ever e eCnncn th thCanncn the theCanncn
Canncn crgaBJcatlen cr I is workteg Wac srriwialy srriwialyfor lair lairfor
for a better iiiuliiislimlliii vt > wag a th thRepublican the thepubI theRpublican
Republican pubI 1I force In Washington The Theleader noraltloa Theorganlastlon
oraltloa leader de with th tJte poaMbto poaMbtoexception pGIIII pGIIIIe pcblexception
exception e fUon of Speaker Cannon ar are to todined Iecilned Lwdined
dined to bo conciliatory ra dUt tad they an aneaying anrtne areesying
eaying rtne tonight that BO attempt will b bmade tall tallmca hemade
made to nominate a committee Omr < lttoM obja objaj obetIonbI jeeo jeeoI
j I tlonabl t te lh Iae radIsh radlos1I radIshThe <
I The 111 regular have already received receivedacMiraaoea receln4lraJlOft receivedsmurenosi
acMiraaoea lraJlOft from many man of the b Insurgent Insurgentthat Inaur Inaur0111
that DalsMl of Pennsylvania and Smith ScsJttiof >
of Iowa 10 who bo served noed with Ith Speaker Cannon CannonArt 01 01OR
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Art th I old committee will b be acceptable acoeptahiJon acceptableon
Jon on th b new Th TIle regular have h med msdeao medI
I ao attempt a as yet t to get together 03 02remalnlnlf th thremaining the theremainIng
remaining four member I to be nominated nominaI nominatedby 4 4by
by the Republics caucus but It is prattr prattrjenerally p prallr prettrgenerally
generally rallr admitted that Representative RepresentativeMoCjII R EspreuntatlsoP lJtatl lJtatlI
MoCjII of o Massachuaeeu will b be on one of ofthem ofI ofthem
I them Th Pacific coast State wIll W 11 get eMnprewnttln getoSe j joae
I oae representativa oa the committee ooamittseaad
aad th tM choice tiaoI II seems to Be II BOW 118 among amoagrill amongPills
rill tllla sod Hawley H of Oregon 0 aad Kaaa Kaaaof Iof 1
of California allfoml For th the remaining retltalllis two twoplaces twOplaee twoplace
places the tic name of Stevens of Minne Minnesota flnirssota ¬ 1
sota 110I and nd Deaby VeRb or Towaaend of Michi Michigan Miebigin ¬
gin are re being mentioned t1o more 0ftI frequently frequentlythan rreque Uy Uytitan 1
than a apy ay other otherThar othenTaere otherThere
There I method in the decision d loa of th thInsurgents eM theInsurgents
Insurgents l urt not to fore a fight nit nitBeneaael 0 t1a t1aenaeI ebIpereonnel
1
Beneaael question They want their theirstruggle thelltrurale theirstruggle
struggle la th tile House to go letter tk tkcountry tu tuCOtlot thecountry
country COtlot ae one that has been waged ea eatlrely a athely 1 1tlrel
tlrely tlrel on principle and they fear f that sxy sxyattempt gyattempt S
1
attempt to carry th be struggle on in re regard flIP flIPrd tnpeed ¬
peed rd to th the personnel of the committee committeewould committeewoWd committeewould
would afford ground for charge char that their theireffort thltlrort theirorts
effort ort orts had been Inspired by b motive of ofpersonal ofnow ofpersonal
personal now ambition Even Victor Uur Uurdock Ilurdoclr Uurdock
dock the tb red beaded radical from Kane Knsala KItllUonUDC
la willing to concede that the Insurgent Insurgentwill IntJr < ata JI JIwill
will make no attempt to demand lepre lepreeatatloa lfOp lfOpMlltatlon A Asentatlon
eatatloa on the tll new committee committeeThe commlttThe
The Democrats have just about agreed agreedtn J JI
tn the I r minority representation of four fourfor foUrfor fourfor
for the new ewamlttee jt It i is predicted predictedClark predictedWiesme j j100JIhI
100JIhI t f Wiesme WiesmeClara Ch klf klfClar
Clark of Missouri MIl > uri the minority millorit loader loaderRepreseatatlve sJrKepf8eBcaUYN ee eellpreeentatives
Represeatatlve Fitzgerald of New otW York YorkCaderwood YorkUderwood ork orkUadflrwood
Caderwood of Alabama and Hommind
I of MInnesota of Several of the Democrats Democratshave Demncrahave
have l been > e n opposed to the tb selection of Mr MrFitzgerald Ir
I Iitacrld Fitzgerald who ho was w one on of the nocallej nocallejtwnntythree socaUeitwentythroe oc4U J JIntrthnoe
twnntythree bolters who bo jumped th threservation threNntlon the theresrvstion
reservation a year ago when the su supremacy sopremacy ¬ I Iremacy
premacy of Speaker Cannon wa threat threatened ttsreacoed ¬ l lned
ned by a combination of the th Democrat Democratand j jand
and insurgent insurgentSpeaker inaurgontsSpeaker I
Speaker Cannon apparently in recog recognition rttOO recognllion ¬ I Inltlon
nition of Fitzgeralds service In thS thSght th th5ighi c cteh
teh ght appointed appoin him to the Rules Coj Cojmittee Co Comitt I ImUt
mittee mitt after having mad a vacancy b bdeposing b1 b1dfpOlllnlt bydeposing
deposing Mr Ir Underwood of Alabama AlabamaIt
It i this festure ftl1 of Mr r Fitrgemlds career careerin M r rin
in the tloue 1101 on which eons 1IOf of o the Ih Dem Democrats Dnoctal fIn fInloot ¬
loot octal are objecting lo 0 his hi mtinuel ivintinuelserle mtinuelservice ntlnueIMrYlce
service lull Champ Clark and nd other otherDemoeralio Ol OlIIernO otse otset
IIernO t Demoeralio < nttin leider have ha been ixjiiii 01 aicillk ixjiiiilike > 11 11lik
like lik boon > < 0 odar < on a pie fa f a ptr ptrIharmonv lcrharmous Ar ArI
Iharmonv I harmoll and nd hero is I e little qut quesaotr IU < ian i l nitthat 111 111I nit isjibat
I jibat that Mr Ir Ft7ceralil will l be > e amon t temOf tPis tPisDemocvnic 1i 1iDemocnilc
Democnilc Ie reirea 1ft11WWl11 representation tiUtioit 1111 11 Ilnnmn mm n n an I Iof Iof Iof
of Minne3tn ii t being ing in < sufTKnn1 i thl thlfotirtli Its Itsfsirlt J Jfullrlt
fotirtli n lTtt nemter m nler er for political pJi I Ii 0 I ron roIII roIIIIhf raiithe oi oithe
the Detroi Ierccnt al l elieviic IIvm that In Inlion tue sc scliii < >
lion 11 liii wold ii a t lot of f cod for oo 0 O niii niiitoe IIM IIMxir 11 11IlMlr
IlMlr < toe W Ve VeI Vt VtA
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I A ii rico > cn iiandfil ndfll rf the t f tatircenU sro srod tNdill arcilnstbf1el
d dill ilnstbf1el Ti 1InpI > nel jilb tho 11 I3t Intention < nuion oj ii tho tholo tit titmnJor tIsomnoritV
mnJor mnoritV l v lo 1 rcfnvin fmln from Jictiilnr 10 inr on the theine Ihlt01 thenielestioci
nielestioci < ine tiaii of reprssontation w < the h n J1e7 J1e7romm svrommitto 7 7rommittis
rommittis romm ll 1I1fIIC lli I so fo fO1f irl iretst thai Ih Norris Norrisof = 0r1 0r1of O1ifor
of Vet clneka m ka tb i mstirgen Vad ulr r in th thvictonoi IhYiclorio shvictorioia
victonoi flht and nd Cooper jf r Wit iisin iisinshould tall1ahtlId itirthud
should ho uamol on the Ih ojniitte ojniitteUnless ronnUtMlinl oanciittseUnless
Unless linl there I he is I a radical change of opin opinion opinIon ¬ I Iion
ion within the next day W or two tho wishes wishesof
of these 111 member < of tim Ih oiiiaw 0111 bjaJ bjaJwill baaJwllllo baniwill
will wllllo go for nsught nsughtAll nlIhtAll
All the lnsur lnitirnts on < nt resent the t1 remarks remarksmade rtornarkmad remarkrnad
made hy Speaker Cannon at the tla dinner dinnerof <
of the lllmoi Society lat nlfchl Th ThSpeaker n8peabr TheSpeaker
Speaker called them coward cower became becamethey becausethey caUH caUHthltad
they thltad had refined fl1 to vote him out of oflee ofleeOBd ofSeeand oe oesd
and abused them in other ways w The in insurgents Isurxenu I Iaurgents ¬
surgents werent the only ones who whocriticised whocriticised ht htmllli >
criticised mllli Mr Cannon for his hi hiThe remark remarkTho remarksTb
The Tb Speakers own friend da said that It Itwa Itwaa Itwaalwpolltlo
wa waalwpolltlo Impolitic la I him and some of them themiatimated 0 0l themlaMinated
laMinated l mated that if Mr Cannon expeoted expeotedthem
them to l go Into the party caucus and aadassume adue andwume
assume ue an 11 attitude of open hostility to tothe tothe tothe
the redlail nzdl = I be would b be very much mis mistaken mbtakea mistaken ¬
taken Thee Cannon supporter ac acknowledge aokaowl toknowledge ¬
knowledge kaowl frankly that they th wr w beaten beatraIn
In the tru struggle t la th tM Ko House aad aadthe andthe iaiuin iaiuinth
th the attitude t tude that the lfiurgat bene benefortte heeeeforth hoseforth
forth nut 11I b be treat treated la a concilIatory oeaoMateryway oeae lter7n
way Th dittaeC dl imprawloa wa con cesveyed 0811a conssyd
veyed by several of Mr Cannons Cuaoadlat sup suprs aa aaporttr
porttr rs that hi h1a hand la I tb the party canoes oaaeuwould aetHou canoeswould
would r no ka ktgev carry th the weliht welt Jkat it itMdid 1 1ell ftOSe
OSe Mdid MdidTh ell elln4i did didThe
Th iaurjeet themselves aokaowl aokaowldved wlerIeed
dved 4 tMt they would ouItIlaa hew small uof oba obaof ohnn ohnnof
of d etecag eti allY of their number to ta taCORunitts the UaeCoIBmitt theConimlttel
CORunitts oa Rule Th TJte only oeJsCCd way they theyeosld theycould
could d ckt It would to by boJtin tte 1M i t party 5rtaaue partyceeces rty rtyoouc
oouc aaue petting paUl up caadldata aad1 of their theirowa tIMIrowa theirOW
OW owa ant relying on a combination with withth wI wIthe withthe
th the Dwaoerato to vets their tideot tideotthrough tlcliatthroup dehotthrough
through It i is doubtful if such a corn coavbteatlon c0aI cornbinatices
bteatlon could b be formed oa that qtM qtMUoa q qI qtaU
tHe U and furthermore ar ansacpt would woulddv wotel4cI woulddevelop
dv cI 4op a Bltaa lllluaiiGa oa la which th the Adtalnle Adtalnletratlm A AfI Adedaigttaes >
tratlm carne fI of legislation tloa would wouldfca
fca jeeisrfSasL jeeisrfSasLWita Je d dUae
With tk the Caaaaa C resjatara tin in JatroI con ooatrol contiol
trol of tw enlarged Rule OotamU OotamUthere aont4eethen Oomedttthor
there may b be a dUcxwitlcia on th the part of ofmany ofmany a a1D1
many to uk Joet what th 1M inmirtrnt inmirtrntwill llTpDtwill
will have ha aoeotapllshsd from all this thishullabaloo thibullabaloo thishullabaloo
hullabaloo Tb lanrcBt tbmnieslvei tbmnieslveiwill themaelywiU
will taB you that they have established bUaed u uprinciple upI apsnclpls
principle pI pl that they win have ha put pu in con control 0011troI coutrol ¬
trol of legislation In the Sb Bout a cora coramlttM comnaltlM cornmitt
mlttM mitt selected by th the 191 1 members ben of ofthe 01tho ofthe
the Hoo HOllIe oese sad sot by 1 single individual
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