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daughter dafhlr of Kr Errilerlek xi < rick r Maul late latepresident latepresidentof president presidentof IICd t tor
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tlt ll 1 the t l itoZa oc 01 nf Ir tin nrtrlie ttrallieIrt Irll ler Kennrl KennrlTaken hfnrlTatrn SennrtaTaken
Taken Tatrn Out Iul and 1 Miot MiotVniTI P1cottVIITI lol lolWIII
VniTI WIII PjtlM 1 April Jrl Ii ltu Itulsei i > > i > < d dve iiiotsiI a <
ve iotsiI > l in ih li kcnri1 of r tie th Uetclie VetcIeesirr VetcIeesirrIII tcr tcrHilit
Hilit I III riili CIII vc etrIa > t IrI > rdiv I It t wa a f rI1 fncd ind that thatIhn Ih3tIhr fheaIhr
Ihn Ihr of Ir th tire Ktislili Hlol h hoiiniL lial th ct h iii iiiy54 I li lieu
eu y54 BIK at Sf51 that II at ln la1 l nC t vn 1 mher Ir uiiimal uiiimalof 11111al 11111alor
of lh II I jaL tt ak I IM trot < l n liitlen liitlenSteral 111 111ra IsttuSaral
Steral ra IllemUP nrml ml st a of C Cf tlie II C h flub h ii helil hh a acuiitlltatloli AI aripicihtatsti
I cuiitlltatloli aid d t < uleil 111 the I ht hict the 11 l > t tthing
thing IhlIC tn dn d I wa W > In II ik itroy iroy tin I 1 toln tolnpn uih uihI
I pn lok k n > th h < annual amlal wer laVen la1 ilu ilutiHirning hliisinorteing hi himruiil >
tiHirning mruiil ti C aT a tiflitI > nlh h of r wiftd a andkihot andkihotTh ad lf 1shot 1shotTb
I Th doc 1 wen a alie l at K oufi 1 innmlmr innmlmrof
of r the li club rlul will 1113 leavu net ntMk k for for141II Kng KngInrid tnl
Inrid IIt to ii buy laity lif y of Ir the lil l Ieait l Pntdih r111h hound houndfor hul hulrnr IIUUIIlafor
for the I club lo I replace II thee II onn o on destroyed destroyedIt
I It i llkvnH 111 that whn wh n th dog tlt tltIafn were weretaken WPrCtaken
taken on 01 a hunt blnl nxnntly nlly a mivi dog al bit bitIbe Ii IiIh hitI
I Ibe Ih thrre I that h < k ICVCiItlICd VMi II > p d calm rabiwTito rhi calm1u
Tito 11 killing ilnl of r lie II hound hu mean D0n that thatin
in 1 II C inon 1 Ill crC hunt hlll a will wil w i II I e held I I > p tht Ih t < luh luhtin hil hilIhi Iei Ii Iiliii
tin Kinng Kinngn sliriflafIBt1 1rinl
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n 11 IBt1 uv Ii TO 7 saz II ISMVW ISMVWnurt i M 11 tSn tSnl41af11a1
l41af11a1 < 111 nurt url > urrrnder urrnn Man al Hlia he list listItren I II It Ithem
I hem ltrll llenesl The h t Tears ears lu France Franceiprc ErasseepvcS ra rac
iprc pvcS c at t dr dUe Ur ItttpallH p1 It I Tile n Slx SlxIosixiy Mt5t l lI
I Iosixiy April Apri IS I Adnda Marian Iala the thnJiyeirold Ih Ihrull theFrenehmat
Jiyeirold rull Frnuchmail Frulhal who h was arrest arrl arrlal arrcwtwl arrcwtwllit n 1 1at
at Liverpool on 01 tlie UI Jti arrival of iheMaum ottheMaiercitanla iheMaumlania he fAIr fAIrlanA
lania lanA from NVw CW York ork on n the ground that thatIt thatICC
It ICC hsi ewcapnil arl PI from thn 11 Krencli nd penal penalMttlment Inaaullr1 gnalettIetiIet
Mttlment ullr1 on Oi Devils vU Island Ilbld where h Im Imwas I Iwas
was nerving n11 a life lr lit muileno ulfnl fur murder murderJH rdr rdrIa
0 iolic eourt url rL this thisIh IhiaI thetaretfrzt
Ia WJM JH srralgneJ in the Ihl tIe loli lolkU ii >
I MIrlllj retfrzt Ittef
I Ih 1 1 h tee tnr iiM > n r tnao 1a toad > n moving lvill appeal appealIn all allI
In I th th the < IUIt maiitratw ugainut alai granting < lntll his hisextradition hil hil1lraitol hi hiI
1lraitol I extradition to I Franc ra He I ii told tld of his hiscondemnation hillI hueOtIICIICIUtIflI
condemnation 1anli to li a lifes lir1 sentence otnc when when1m wbn wbnI whenhi
I 1m I hi wa w > but hii 10 II years ara old He I pictured picllred hk hksufferings b baurrlll hisuierbrigs
sufferings aurrlll in Ihe I lb penal colony eoitn in New NewCinnea SwUlin 4wfltina
Cinnea Ulin and an trild ld of the I hontt hon hfn lr lit which whichh whichb
h b he > Mail I he ii had led r for r or the I h five f vo yearn yrl since sincehis eilA eilAI ainrhis
I his escape MI In this Ihi period lr 1fl4hO b saidtto d I hail haImamed hailmarried
married and he h expected p1 nt I present presenttliat p preaentthat nt nt11
luJf that Iw 11 woukl woldln a soon become m a 1 father Hn Hnwas I IW liewas
was W on 01 his bi way lo 0 lnrll Vntral America Anrr so soh I u uiii
h iii declared dPI when hn h was arrrstod arrrstodThe arlo arrestedThe
I The Magistrate Jlaalrl while whl sympathizing sympathizingwith Tmplhiznl ympnthizinwith
with llb lice Ib prisoner granted rnl the request requestfor reqcteatfor t ttor
for extradition JlriUun as Ihe prisoner admitted admittedthat admll admllbAt
that he b was Uin tJ person fnn de drilo hecrilced cril > ed by b the theFrench lh lhrb theFrench
French rb nuthorille Illlhorlll and In1 that he has been beenprifoner t tprJnr tnI
I a prisoner at lt Deviln s I Ibn bnd The Th Magis Magistrate MnisI Iaal IaalI ¬
I trate tlt prJnr said td however hwr that It I was 11 moro than thanlikely thanlIkely h
likely Ilkt that 111 the t French court 11 would wolt laki lakithn lakth iakJthe
the th attenuating 11Illnl circiimsances r lnlncl Into hll con consideration ronIdnll oflsidorotlolt ¬
sideration siderationMl sidorotloltlIE Idnll Idnlln
Ml n II II lIE K DHKWtlnlS Olt DREW 1111 IJ Utt PI INS IV5ArrWIret INSrrhltret
ArrWIret 1 > uln ulne Hays ay He Was a aIfaa rremirtl rremirtlIfatf
Ifatf Ifaa f the Fees FeesSupreme F FRpe FeruSupreme
Supreme Court Cur Justice JUllc r IMvhe v yll ordered order a ascaled ale atwaslod
scaled Rpe verdict yesterday IFln in a suit alit brought broughtagainst bNut bNutplrt broughtagaInst
against plrt le ywlc Michael Mlch1 J ttirvln ouyn Tammany Tammanyead Tammn TammnI Tammanyhicader
hicader ead r of the TbirtyUllrd rtlr district dlrc In The TheBronx Tl TlBros Theflroox
I Bronx by b Oscar Bleumner nn architect architectto arl arlI
or
Bros
to recover hl his share of the te ii architects architectsfeea rlt
bl ar
feea I 1 sea lyt in the building of the Lb new Bronx Bronxborough Br Bronxborouzb
bulllPI c
I te
borough Court House Bteuraner Blener tectified tectifiedthat test3lhdthat U e
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br that after Cur aanrlnwaa chosen mO aa architect architectfor ait
for tht tho e bulkllnz he drew dn plan pln that tt were wererejectnl w wrJe wererejectial
bulllnz
rejectnl by the Municipal Kulcpl Art Ar Commls Commlsion Cml Coinmiselan
rJe ion and b then the engaged ea Bleuraaer BI to todraw t todraw
10 a with the understanding imdoritandlngthat
draw the plans moalnl
drw that tb plan ho bi were te would wol pl accepted acceptedIt a aI get p wit half blr t the to fees r Ilia Iliaplan iia iiaptl III IIIha
ptl It wa w we abowB th wt t 1710000 110 haaajrwkly haaajrwklyhem b ha habeen ar arI
hem I Pet aO on th thes I3awniw toooi building buldnc and andthe a andthe
the h archltscti 1 te fet le fe 101 to t dat < UU amount y tf tfMa t to toB4eumwtr >
df rit c in iniEwrt I Iabout
I Ma eo Btoumonr thteka tk tba that t taovOQO 1 I
about c what b M to I Mtittad UI to s sf 0
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LACKAWAKNAS MEN SAY N Ninn NO NOrIItr <
inn 1 tI r s n Tur r t tr TRII TRIhE TRIhEC
C I r Tit a I iVK WE 11 I VKIW VKIWI NE IH IHIIPI I It ItI
IIPI I I ljiipl tlttplrlIS > ee Refuse HIu la 0 Arbitrate Ilr and amiI ane tlac tlacI < h hSI <
I I Nsllrr SI tIee Thai the 1 tb lead H Mu Must u t Pledge Pn It Iti I Ia1
i a1 rlf lo ecepl I the h Hrsull ul of the II Mr Mrt 1 1I ew ewt
t I tsrk Onlrals nlr Mace ttaeThere aa rbltrallsa rbltrallsaTherv rlUrU rlUrUTI
There TI wern w iudicalions lulQtonll lat night Illbt thai thaiI hatI
I i a I Mrilce Irl on II the h l rkawonna frawana railroad rilrad ii iiHear I Ii Idear
Hear ner at a hand handThe had hadt handI
t The 1e offer urr of I he Ih officials om olll of the 1 tacku tackuwanna Lackuwaitna Ackl AcklIUIA <
wanna IUIA Railroad ltlruad to nrbltmtn Arhlmt thn Ih demand demandof dln I
I of its I trainmen Iranm and a conductor heaving liavinibeen lAvlncn heavingbern
been n rejected by 11 Orand Mauler JarreUoE JarreUoEof nart
of r the I condtirtorM dlelo Omnd Master I ie w ol ollie orI otthe
lie I tralnninn IrnmM on a and < l IU Iht the nrievnura fhlll corn rotumittees cm cmmlt cornrnitee
mittees mlt of Its I trainmen mid conductors conductorswho cdlllora cdlllorawn conductorwhu
who wn will i only agree Af to I UIM h wagen waa the New NewYork Swork ew ewYork
York Central n Arbitrators arblrlo will wi award Iwar a astatement I astatement
statement IAtem11 was WI imuvd iuo uui1 lout It evening vauC by the therailroad Iher1n1 therahIruat
railroad r1n1 explaining ltblninl Its I position to Tli Tlitalement 111 Thee Theestatsmuqet
talement IIIII nl 11 > gim 11 the li 1k correspondonoi correspondonoiI corrpdo corrpdoi
i I oi CCI oil the fh subject lhj with wih the h heads hN uf Ui Uiorcnniuitioim tl tlurpnlZUol tiacirganirotlotcu
orcnniuitioim of condiirtom cdllCtora It I say sayithat A Atu saythat
that tu the I Ibitlo hialtitnore 1 lal ti inure and wll Ohio Ollo granted Iranl an anadvance andvanN anadvanee
advance dvanN of If if a per I tr r rent C anil al the Ihl Delewara DelewaraIjicknwnnna telewurelaekstwanna 1I
Ijicknwnnna Ieklwlna anil I Western offervd < 1 tli tliKtmi thsm
Ktmi m oiivincn oiivincnThn adann jtflteThu
I Thn Th Htalement lallt also al Ktys that General GeneralManager Griarral3ianagnr
Manager l r T o I K t i Ckirke Irk of Ir the Ih Idtckuwonna Idtckuwonnau IAlklwln IAlklwlnI
< CII u I April Aprl 14 I Kent II n 1 letter Ir to I it the tl th grand grandmaster grandniaatera old oldIlef
master Ilef and the Ih rvminnttee lniU of r the Ih train trainI
I I tneu ntlln1 and tirductor < llurlo explaining IJpllinl thviHiin thviHiinV Ih IhIny titi MCII MCIIU
U Iny ye kdIielt kdIielte illl
V e have bn offertil 11 t II to grant Imn to our uu men menan 11 11In menan
an In IIICNMH 1r of r 0 IIMr M > r rent e in II their IIir wags wagsliii ug ugTlu acThl
Tlu you 01 flhI advl 1 e has hlll la lawn 11 refun rrl1 rifIIsMI W Wnow C CflOW V Vnow
now offer Itr lo arbitrate nrhilrt they to is s seItt le < t nil nilArbitrator 11 11Arhimilr liltrteit
Arbitrator Arhimilr rteit ratter we w tit tl relert INI one In on the tli h two thiui thiuieeltrtiid theueeeitisI
eeltrtiid to rhiM rh rhue a 1 Ibinl A majority majorityio majorl majorldOol11 nijorityIfCIRIIIII
io dOol11 IfCIRIIIII TniH to govern im This Til t is a fair propoal propoalIeete > ro rl > osi osilon i I
lon w Wil > de IteaIIM ire that our nlr men I as I well IIU u uI itii
I thn ii I piihlio 111 IM I ndxio nh1 ttIviseai l thereof thereofHii tIrr hrrnl oF oFflai
Hii r rply ply to II tin pr 1fIiU1 po itit > ii is II titian thnnAn titiangiven i iHI
HI given givenI I II
I An the 11 tIe proxuiiti > n has Ia lea already alreadyHiiliiiiiil ten tenIIUhltIIIIaWI
Hiiliiiiiil IIUhltIIIIaWI Hl t < > vniir ylr int a tnsn n and an n as 1707 110 out outof ut utif t ter
of if 1 tOted hllt of C I 724 4 union unio and noilunion noilunionumplovueii nlunlo nlunloII nenuniontlflJICbVUOIS
umplovueii II ill I he II rlaxMvi I lassa w 1 we ri riprtaset riprtasettiny pms llt lltbn
bn 11 tiny iwid d ttiMV IIY prefer tn I retire rll from the thnnervio theirviei I
nervio nI of Ir If thee li 1 lrluwall Ieiekiiwafitit jrka waimi Iluilroad IluilroadComjiaiir IClrO1 IClrO1Inlll htaiirornlonhhlatty
Comjiaiir rnlher mllr that arrepl Itpl le I irea w than tlutahcoalrmdv 1h thanlns
hcoalrmdv I lns Alrh IM II xranteil on throe Ih Inuliug InuliuglireM IHlnc IHlncI IIIIUIiIIglint
the fil th the commit ecimmittee ecimmitteeI term termab
lireM I lint In I territory Irlury li ummitf ummitfi
i ab 11llhl estachuitrly < diit ly und uld uruniniiu ut siitanineieaIv nII ly refuse rr > to toarc toirMilt 0 0yllr
arc irMilt > t Your offer rr but hii lieu w Wa are ar rwulv rKy now nowti IOW IOWI
I ti Uiey wKru w this 11 afternoon nlmol to I anrwpt anrwptthe IIt IItIlh aeceptthe
Ilh the ttwrtnl 1 of Ir the li urbilmlom arILrl IN a already alreadyrhMMfi alreadythiosn IIT IITI
I rhMMfi on the Ih New ew York ork fsntral eral ntrat Railway Kailwayund tilaT tilaTI
I und WIIr weeler r au al narewmeiit IImII miined Ian with wib the thejtcnertl Ih IhIInr1 theI
IInr1 I jtcnertl nuuiager lnapr of r that II pn Jnr property > wrty and andIh andttit
Ih ttit l will wi apply 11 the Ih rutepi rr and Id ruins ra used fitedby fltf usedby
by I ilm II iii tribunal Irllaal on 0 the h lickawnnna 1eIIWlnla pie prnrlsely pietIeIy ne neMI
rlsely MI r 11 is on the thc theentrah Central mi no In more II no less lessThn 1 1Th hsi hsirite
rite Th float fn1 position lolon pua tlon taken 101 bv 1 the h tom tompony cornp2117 m mT
pony T in a letter 1Ir eeni to 0 Leiand Oarretson OarretsonMr Crn Crnl
Mr l that the li iii railroad rir will wlhr either arbitrate arbitratedirectly arbitratedirecily mltrt mltrtdlrl
directly dlrl with the hi men me as it pro proposed pro1Y propOetl ¬
posed br 1Y I General GfrAI Manager nnlr Clarke Crk or will willnweit wi willawcit
nweit wcl thn Ih New S ew York Y > k Central nrl arbitration arbitrationtnd arbhtrationi1 rblI0 rblI0to
tnd to ni1 then the determine cllnlne as to its it application applicationto applinllo
to ih fxckiwanrut fxckiwanrutre frkwAnnl frkwAnnlI
I re rfaurt or irt reachwJ Acho this II rily 1 U heat l night nightto I < hl hlIu
to lh effect r that I CratHl MKter W V I t i lv lvof I II iSIC
I of lr the t h 1w HrotherhfXMl IolhrhOI if f rrainmen 1mn who whovt wh whI
I < vt < in I it VTIIHOII 11 Pa 10 had ha aid 11 that IhAIlalnk a aink astrek
lalnk ink of r tli flee trainmen Irm and conductor conductoron
I on the 11 arkawaiuu ltrkAlII railroad rairAd might milhl lakn laknLic lal laM laM1Lti
ILt 1Lti > Lic flu ii tll Inn forty rr et etjtst Ihl ht hours 1111n Tim Timtinier n n1Ir hieaI
I tinier 1Ir of Ir Cf IUillroa1 lltI Vindiictom Lon1II UIM AI the thellroi Ih IhIIro theitrotlierhoot
llroi itrotlierhoot herho hrh1 < xl of Kadron Itlf > < Trainmen are areilerale Ar areI
1 I fealratet ilerale < l MI that the Ih incmlwrn lml of unit liothoritaniR4iioiM 111 unitI
I oritaniR4iioiM urrIt always Iw ulrike Ink together togetherSl 1 irget < leer lhrnA leerenros
Sl enros nJl no O Pa P j April jril ril IS I A xtnke Ink on ontin onIh onills
tin lirUawimia errtfl4 e rn < HIITM I t 10 be Ilin Ilini begun begunI in inwithin
i within IIhl fortyeigh rrlIII1 hours If Uenenil UenenilHtipeniileidenl rtrral rtrraltfrsltte9dPflt
Htipeniileidenl T 1 K t 1ltrkn i kirk r < 111 ulitnn ulitnnIns tIiftIlahi
I Ins a hi refiixal t 11 > iiccxpt in i advance ha the th do dounion det 1
union t 101 ot II the t ha Ihimtr eirtiit irliilrutir ratorl in II tfi tfte N New w York YorkCentral url urk
6 Central Int cu as < as lundmc Iincinc upon 11 lh lice < licka lickawaunu 1Ia 1IaI taekaC taekawvena
I waunu alna there hr will wi IM a > a tnke cirikeIhe tnkeThe llk
The 11 rnon 1 uir 4 y th iiietion lthleeilOfls 1lon at looue on onthe In Intt 0 0tP
the tt Sew ew York Central Uralr are an identical with withIhiuw withthose lh
those 11 on n the Ih lnrkawjnna lnrkawjnnaView
I View VeeePrsudent lrlrlfnt President M 1 I W V Cade of f the thnHrotbThooil Ih IhUrlhrh1 theItrotleorhonel
HrotbThooil of Kngiwer is eip4HlHd eip4HlHdhere
nllr
here r tomorrow If I he h approve the theindorsement I theeielnrsfieflt
I indorsement ld I given Iivn to II the Ih demand of ofthe ofI r rI
I the the h trainmen linll and ld conductor cun < If by the ihiengineers theetegiteeers h hIKI
i engineers IKI a otrike Iril will il begin at once onC onceI
I iI 1 UIWI iiitns 1 ii m ii it tii irx I ii i tti ttiI s slt
I UI lt CUktn 1 0 of r Train Trin irrtlrr lien r irl r rC Ul Ulmrr i iscare
scare C IXtlnc Ihlnc Iron April Apri I IHKTIHFIIHI IfrILFn IIIK
HKTIHFIIHI frILFn IIK TIILEIIIJ Ia April 11 1 After lr an all allweolt al allek
weolt ek k conferee OlrN li 11 Itwern tween WI u I roininiit roininiitcf 111 111Ct ie ieci
cf Ct trainmen lrinm und ld < enernl rol Manager InnrAul 4 4Mgtiire < l lMaKUin
MaKUin Aul of if the tli I lohuti Ihtih Valley al Kadroail KadroailIt
II I It was announce announced todav that zeul Met > train trainmen Iralanf trainmen ¬
men anf and 011 iMiKRacKtmti hAIII Mill wi re r rerev < eive in increawen 1 1I encraae
creawen M in I wagex WAI and tar li I working wlrkillC lioirs lioirswill 111 tenirsii
will 1 ii l li > e re rrwitreet liic l from rrlm 12 I to I 10 hour bou This Thisnew Thin Tlttsleew
new n wag wa Hoale lal cjh will 11 ilate from rrm April AilII I IIn IIn
In II the ltf pavMrnger r servui oI rreeu > trainmen Irnlnln on onmisivllaneoUH u uI I II
I I misivllaneoUH short rinn will Il jjet et etsfeul S1 S1Iu1 K Kii
< ii trud uf if r t2 S in 1 und luigtCavemeii 1IaII I n 7 7tneaeI S5 S5instead nIntM1
instead of U 1 3 M f I Through Thulljh > anMnKer anMnKertrainmen isnaferI ncr ncrIr
I trainmen Ir IIn on In n rufus rI front Jersey f lera y City ity to toIlillfalo 10flrlo toJiuffalo
Ilillfalo flrlo will 1 K 1 Jl I lMr Ilr trip ri1 Instead if ifSI lr lranolII1 t tst
SI 23 and anolII1 ImiciciKemm li s instead inIII of SI 11lhClln io ioMlpcohianeoIs M MMiscellaneous
Miscellaneous lhClln freiglt rrlr en r employerw employerwwill 1loy 1loyI ntployessI
I will i I h > H nitwd rl from rrn K s liito o i3 3U 31 and ad local localfreigh loa loaI localI
I tingle frlh and Ald pickup plllll men from frm SJ I JO to 0 13 Tn Tnn 1 1I
n I day da straight lnilht increase trr of 3O 3 rents eq 01 nIs a ailny aT
ilny T wll wll l be e given f n l ttili i all ird 1 servicemen servicemenfit 01 ecIeernenft
fit ft 1171 II M IUI I II4 W 1 riHKHIH fIHIUUnkers 1111 1111In
1 In anker inllinrllle llhrUI 4enjeelure oJfur a allr la laKrrmt te teilrt
Krrmt ilrt r5tt lnrrmllsr > 1lrr 1lrrOXKKKH llrO EtreIo1KlilUa
OXKKKH O IUt 11 April i Fires n Murteil 11rlfl early earlythis earlytlI 31 31Illll
this Illll tlI morning Inrlinl HI II the Ih frarnn rar dwelling dwlni at A athsrfl4d 7 7Inrftekl ZUr11
Ur11 Inrftekl strv trt t and Ane 170 21 Walnut Inll street streetTli streetThe
Tli 1 The lire n occurred ulrr within a few rninulm rninulmof mlnll mlnllr
I of r each A h ol olhr otlaerand her and an in both cawi ra I be Ih flame flarnenIjegiii fm fmbpl flameliegiii
Ijegiii bpl In rntpi m atiimted llml1 with wih kerosene keroseneand
and pta jland ar < ixl wider r the li stairway About Aboutseventy A AtsusiteVrflt 01 01vOI
seventy eVrflt vOI persons II ° live Ivl In II Ito I building buildingIVrick IlallnC buildingsiitrhtk
IVrick I rck Hart nAr of r 3ft 3 Walnut street 11 11moilrlal cii a amoloriuan amotorilean
moloriuan moilrlal was 1 returning fllmlnc home at about aboutj abil abilJ about3A
j 3A A M 1 when avhnhenwawomanbfttiossarid avhnhenwawomanbfttiossaridWIth he hNa sown woman womn hat balla Ions aod aodwith
with dishevelled lair r dart d out of the Ihedoorway Ilt IltdrwAY thedorWay
doorway of 37u 31 Walnut WIIII street II She Mie had b a abottle abottle
bottle bU in her b hand Ian and an ll Hart noted notf an anodor anI anodor
I odor like Ikl that of kerosene re The 1 woman womanuttered womanuttered omn omnI
I oor uttered a cry when wh he h 1 now RW Hart la and a then thendarted tbl thesedaded
darted uUen 1010 r An alley ally The Te fire soon n burst burstout bW burstout
drtl out olt On of the tenants tent In the Uarflrld Uarflrldstreet Of Jarfk4datrefit
street 1 house h also Jao saw a woman woan naming namingaway runningaway
away ji Jls just t before Iro aw fire nn fir was discovered ciy ciytne discoveredI r =
I Item ItemThe
tne tneT The T authorities aulhorU think that lh these h and andnearly a andnearly
nearly a dozen other recent rt fires ar may mayhave mayhe mayha
have nery ha been tn set t by b M woman who is 1t 1tmete de demented tiemented ¬
mented mentediese menteda
mete
a iese cotxmAno UnAD AND A D NETURM NETURMApril Evn EvnuIJu TVUV TVUVApril
April mh May a ad JUKI nd Ills vU 51 Uw 5 Cblrsfe CblrsfeUsfcia Ciera5e115kW
Usfcia uIJu uIJucv 115kW Puttie a rtoclb cort = cv Hettem use from sr CM CMrsin ekeeel r
rsin eel Thnxiloril iks roulsef sbDrsrsrrdat r > rtir rHp UIUir thrgS thrgSsolid ta taMU4
solid c K isetiteUtd > rirVllc1it U < l irMa I only ey ess slckl ea earoav oarOal
roav 0 Astonish AI Mfiir a1 leal all UM lb wsr asd asdmeirs a4met
met rfc UCla s TOO 1 wll riles 11 4mtt IabI > lf trsrk 1 Two T TwodaiS irste irstert I III
rt daiS llr r CMra CWata o to I rokw Co otoya4o < 1o mlnlil Knit Fl Is Isformsthm isfaiitka
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O oIJx X April Irl I 3 News ewM WI from Sun SunCart Hn JI JIant Jo Joartagu
Cart artagu a to and ant Port llmou Unn tell 11 to today < iny ol oli or ori
i heavy keN e s of 0 life Ir und property 1r1 in tli tlienrlhqunke U Ufrhqlnk tee teeeearthqnnkr
enrlhqunke that convulsed Costa oita Ia Htra Htrafor Itm ItmI lthnfor
for twentyfour IUIUIH hu up t 19 thls hil morn morning tIHJrtIlug
I Inc ingTlie nIl 11 prupurtv tl rY lvt I in II these Ihre 11 cities riliefis ril riliA
is tmmnilnu IdOI Buslne has h been II mis misprnxird Al Alr sei seipended
prnxird pud throughout bru < boI the li republic phll Relief Kellelparties IIr I Iparties
r parties prt have set 1 cut CII from rrm Ran JosA J forthe for rrh ferthe
the h interior lutlur when wh r it I is ild 11 scores t scopstOUt havr havrlost Ia
lost 10 their liven 1 In one ol community nvrtli nvrtliwest nrhiweet
west w ot Han Ht Joe J the Ih earth rl oMned I > n1 nnd nnda 1 1a
a village vlbl w Wa waenguelfrd waenguelfrdflu engulfed engulfedTlie nlull
flu T property lrorT bee IQ m I Port lamon IJmonuol was wasnot wasnot
not hie hl < I Ml 0 In II Cart laracu Iirtago a go and nd San Sn Snwh Jon Jonwhere Juswhere <
where wh there Ihn nre n ni substantial uhlnll buildings buildingsproperty hllllnCI hllllnCIlnIrlywl tlIlldiflgISrwrt
property lnIrlywl rwrt owner ustalned lllnl heavy hNy damage ilamageIJTrl elmp elmptr1 damageIiTcrl
IJTrl tr1 IiTcrl today t < to determine Irln the tie h hor ex extent e etent ¬
tent of the h Ices 1 of tr life lil have 11 failed ran Tel Telegraph T TInlh Telgrele
graph Inlh line In from rrm the Ih principal princpl centres centresto rnt
to thn th outlying ollyinr country lmlr are at down dow and nndthe tnd tndth andthe
the th only news IWI is I brought Irlthl into Inll the hI city cityby cy cyby cityby
by Olrl courier Thousands 1101 of refugees refugeeshave refugeeliav fll
have 11 flocked noc1 Into Sate I OM oii > Thev tell tellconflicting 11 tellconflicting
conflicting ronfirlnl stories lur sori of casualties casualtiesThe OAlaI1 OAlaI1T
The T earthquake frhqu k began yesterday r morn morning mor mornLog ¬
Log in and continued rontur throughout thruhot the t dar darirul c daymd
irul nl night nilM The Tt heaviest b vlt tremors wenduring wen w wllrn wereiteiring
during llrn the Ih middle of I the h day dayHwviit ttaylti by1tnl I
Hwviit 1tnl lti c ttt volcanic 1mle action arUol is I supposed to tohave tohea 0 0hAV
have hea tIred III a coiitrlhutiug trlhltuK caumt 01 Ilpp tias to thn thnquake thueITOIt I
quake quakeirrorr 111 111U7It
irrorr U7It ivw 11 M I w f iffffs IHH rwtiT rwtiTTtie 116 WIT WITnr lIT lITrte
rte Msnager nr and an l IUf trate slle Ea7e < are a llhlnl llhlnlAgree UhlnlA DidntAgree
Agree A as a lu t ttace ac line lineHenry Iu Iur linetheory
Henry r II Harris I a r I the Ih theatrical IhflrCal man manager managor In Incr ¬
ager and ald an al Fnrlish rnrlilh actor by I the tic h name nameof nm nmor earnoh
of leoiie 11 Cart Ia whom Mr 11 Harris lrlmpr imported itnportixlfor > d drur
for Ins I lee production rlcton A Skylark mixed mixedit ml mli
it i up II III in Mr Ir Harriss Hari office OmN in I tin Ihtlldn IhtlldnThftr Hudson HudsonTheatre IltedusonThesetre
Theatre Thftr yestenlav nla afternoon and 1 before beforethey lrun lrunIh beforethiiv
they Ih got 101 through throlrh l both were o arrested arrestedJare rrlII rrlIIil rreteihive
hive il played J1 l the Ih Jorl irt for which he h was wasengagMl W Wlalt1 wasengaged
engaged lalt1 for four rOlr iiiRhls lilhl on the th road m1 and andthe ant andthrnpnlng
the Ih thrnpnlng opening nlme night lilh in New iw York ork Thenac Thenaccorthiic 11 Thenaccordiii al alronlne
corthiic ronlne to the Ih managers ncr side i Mr Harris Harristired larrill larrill11r Harrisfired
and 01 his hi rt to Harry HarryKalrlelgh harryFairleighi
tired 11r the th act actor or gave a part olar
i
Kalrlelgh 1lrl < h 1 There ensiled n a dispute dipl about aboutIhe ahoU abouttieo
Ihe h amount molln of salary Iry which bieb OOTO nl7 had hadcoming badcminc lalcoining
coming comingYesterdav cminc cminctn coiningVesierdar
Yesterdav tn afternoon nmOD the hi actor or went to toMr 10Ir toMr
Mr Ir Harriss nr1 Hard offices omP and nd argued arlll the h ques queslion qlwstion It Itton
lion ton out 11 with the ii h manager nanK Them Tfne were wereloud w w10ld wereloud
loud 10ld and ad boisterous blrUII words wonl in the th inner inneroffice innrom innorofTie
office om then hP in the Ih outer Ollf office oe and finallyl finally flnahlytenth nly nlyIolh
l Iolh tenth th landed lndP a punch or two Manager ManagerHarris Managerhharri na r
Harris lra has a cut lip iI lo 0 show aho for ro the h en encounter encounter n nrunl ¬
counter counterMr runl runlIr <
Mr Ir Harrtssent lrnl out 01 fora ro for a policeman pimannd pimanndli and andthen andthen
then li accompanied < panl Traffic Trma Policeman Ioi mn John JohnHrogan Jon JonOrcan Johnbegan
began Orcan and Oaxe O to t the West Fortyeev Fortyeevwith 0rTy 0rTyI
with I street utatioowhere aatOwbn he h made ma a charge chargeof rhn rhnor
of assault III against aa the Ih actor acor and ad the tbllaUPI tbllaUPIm latter lattermade latterroad
m made a counter 1 charge ha of Ihe lb h same me sort sortagainst Irt Irtalrt sortagainst
against < alrt him In the h West Hide Hd court courtClare rolr courtlace
Clare C asked ahe for an a adjournment Mr MrHarris MrhIsthu Ir IrIJa
Harris IJa said Ni he b had to 0 BO 0 out of r tnwn and andwould andwould nd ndwOlld
would wOlld rather rtbr withdraw withdrw the lb lb charge Char flax flaxagreed Oa hasagrcwh
agreed I to withdraw iSbdrw Itia b and Dd Magistrate MagistrateKernochsn MaiLra MaiLraKmohan MagisiratoKernoehan
Kernochsn Kmohan discharged dhe duuecbargedhqth duuecbargedhqthTDlIFR l qth bqlbTmlR > qthTttwrit
Tttwrit TmlR nninia nniniaOrder mlnu STRIEE Tr i
111504 1 Order Orl Mm R Ba14 vniwi 1 nratlt Or OrIh of ofthe efthe
the Ih tase s e f U I t nilrrstestl nilrrstestlHad ne nelad
Had lad it not l been een for the Ih speedy T ending endingof nln nlnor
of a sympathetic strike rk yesterday of ofseveral cr crrl ofverai
several verai rl trades Imd on O the Ih Liberty Iibrty Tower TowerIluiklmg TowerItuikhlog rwrfllilin
Iluiklmg fllilin Iat liry l 1rly > erty and Namau streets III in inupport in5hIIIOtt
upport 11 PI of If f the h striking Irllnl sfeamflMers sfeamflMersthere 1nu 1nuIhn tanfltteraIllere
there Ihn would w1 proUtbly have ha been bn a lock lockout lok lokI hockhit ¬
out I in I all 11 these Ih trades rf nnd many mn thou thousands thouwend hnl hnlnl ¬
sands nl of building bllinc mechanics hmi would have havetxen I Imd havekn
txen made md idle iU 111 for forviolatlonof violation viLton of cr Ihearbitra Ihearbitralion Ihearbltr IhearbltrIo I
lion Io plan planThn pln plnT planThou
Thou T Tower Building llilinr which is I thirty thirtydone Ilrt IlrtIori thirtystories
done Iori fall is borig L ll rushed to comple completion cmJI cmJIIon ¬
iCon Ion by the Ih C C I Gray Ur Construction ConstructionCompanv Contton Conttonomn onatriuctionompinv
Companv omn t IZ Broadway The strike Irk was wasa Wll Wllurlri
a oiirprutt urlri l otli LCOtl > to 0 the ht company mpn which is isan h hal haMI
an al awiocLition njIn concern rontm and to the Ih officer officerof Imra Imrafr
of fr Cf the Building lullihCTrd htihdingTradem Trades Employem Employf1 Associa Association Aeoeialou ai aiI ¬
tion I ll lou The Th Iuitcd t liC1 Board Ir of r liunineM liunineMAgento IIin IIincnl DuisineAgents
Agents cnl of If f MII I I Building 1lldinI Trades TrI which hurt rmdIxxn hl1 hl1n hurtreiwetrttlv
Ixxn n refMntedlv askeii by the Ih steam steamflttets IImfuI atramfhtteta
flttets to II wuictiim uCenctIol leI1 a sympathetic yJlhtn strike Htrikehad strikelatl rlk rlkhad
had fuI Ignored 1jId the lie tie request after meetIng nieetiugtwice IItlue IItlueIwiN meetIngI
twice twiceThe IwiN I wireIla
The Thl Ila plumbers hnl at a the Ih Tower Building BuildingdeuUied nlldini Hutildingthtseldcti
deuUied dI to I xtind 11 by I ii the Ih arbitration nrlllrlin plan planAmong pLnIIn Pilretneing
Among < the h mechamcit nII who wh struck k were wernthe wrli weretilt
the li IIn plasterers mrptiter rrI st structural met nlrrallr nlrrallrwork lira I iron ironworkers Ironworker
workers work JI pointers marble mlr workers work cement cementmasons cementmawins n nmOn
masons nnd pinl nhr sheet 1 > t metal workers work Hasty Hastymeetings nI nImtnc hastymeetings
meetings mOn of th 1 Imra omcers of the th trade tradesssocuilions tradeuenCiati000 m
sssocuilions mtnc of employers slid nd the Ih unions unionsin Inion unionin
in the 1 ilionl tnd trade 1 involved ino 1 were called cl The Theunion 1 flCunion
union lenders soon 1 saw the hi gravity of ofthe orIh ofthe
the Ih situation illallll Iara and nd the h strike IIIril was wal called 011 off offThe of offlue
The n men I In some 10 of the tl tlt trades I rad were wlr eager eagerto < r
to get hock UickChairman hockthairnuen
Chairman Iet hCcl C t 0 I Norman Som oroeafl of r the Ih board Inxirdof hon
of If r Kovemon of r the Ih Building 1IIIdina Tradm TradmFmployers rrdeEmployer rad radEmploy
Employ 11nlrK Association said Aid last 1 evening eveningIlia civeteliegthat Int
that I h I the Ih speedy roiling flnc of Ir If the theitiiks hlrk strike saved savetlthi Aa savedthe I II
the h > building huldinl tmd < M from rrlm a I ery r rr grove grnvecrisis grovecrisis V I Iriia
I crisis OUIiiracy on 0 tbn Ih rrtrt of If the theunions Ih IhInln theunion I
unions Inln would wOlld have 1 mitt the Ih ptr overturning overturningof orrtllmlnl I Ilor Iof
lor of the li srliltrntion rllmtll plan pl ami 1111 chaos in il the thnbuilding Ih Ihhlihfnl thebuilding
building hlihfnl trade tradent Irll tradesII
nt 11 II inis CKTH ES Til M iv 1111 IVJIIItl IVJIIItlIkteella ji nn nnl
l 111 Ikteella etretl e shl lkl In I He Nearl r > Hr H Hrsst il Is IsMulmill I IMubmla ii iiHutmti
Mulmill Mubmla a Hrpert en o llegnlTbeft llegnlTbeftCiiiijtiK llcnTr llcnTrIU41 tlrgctThttaIItiton
CiiiijtiK IU41 April Aprl Ii I A preliminary prliminr re report r rI ic icI
who has lieen lieenconducting lwenconducting
port from the Ih detective b
I conducting rndlctnl pr an Invent Itlltpton Itsvuutigation i gat ion into nt alleged allegedfrauds allll allllI allegedfraud
I frauds rra against aranl thn the h Illinois Ilno Central nlm Rail Kailrood Hl HlI Railroad
I rood rO bjr employees mplo to I IM I submitted IlhmlU1 will willshow wi
show low it I is il said that the t tIe fraud rfld has I Ifndl ex extended cxtended
tended fndl through hrllh four rlr year yearThe yearThe
The 1 total loal of Ilm 111 the uteulings Ilnr is i now said saidlo 1 uaMltO
lo II li I 10 S2Miwn S2MiwnPresident 10 iIJOU iIJOUIresident
President Huralian tarhan spent Inl several vlr1 hours hourswith hour hourwill hourwith
with W V J Ruriw nm h hstI a < i of r the h detective detectiveagency detectiveagrIu IU IUalt
will agency agrIu today Neither Sillr would reveal reveallite rvveaithe va
I the alt matters mt discussed diau diaui discussedMr i iMr
i I Mr r Haruhaii lllla when 1111 asked k1 about abl Ihe IherHrt li thuerepirts
rHrt repirts airt Id TJi Tr rs Unt un anything lolY thin IhM IhMI I II
I rprc I con c say now but hit there I i is likely 1kly hikl to be b a alalement 4Ir atatemnt
lalement b Ir k > for many inan days daysThen daT dayThetu
I Then Tlln there Ih w i an a at investigation 1VlllonroinJ 1VlllonroinJi inyestlgationgoing inyestlgationgoingI going goingon
i on under Indr your our orders was suggested suggestedTil eua iggesttd1hl I
Til 11 not deny UT ortr or admit amit that hl b ht > i BA BAWlwn aJ aaiJ aaiJWlsn
Wlwn the tbo tIm t is Eu right rCht I wilt wi loll t all al that thathas thathas bl blb
has been done do or all al that lbs 1 company companyshould companyhold mYolae
should b olae give Il lo 0 the publicFimi public puhUeTIFI puhhicFIFTh
FIFTh TIFI AiKsnor 41E 1 SlD silo uaurixv uaurixvFxlromlan 11 IIIJIITJGEzisiwlon I T6 T6v
Fxlromlan v ef 1 the tl the l Present f Hfttrm y ein nt II IIlumlaallen UtuinktIso 1 1euk1
lumlaallen euk1 t te lie Maile MaileNight laufrNight tl tllbt
Night lbt Ichtlnc lighting of shop window on onFifth o oseflitS
Fifth Fr avenue aYlue which baa b been b done doneboth donhob doneboth
both aides ad of Ihn Ih block hlok between btwe Thirty Thirtyeighth Thiry Thiryect Thirtyeighth
eighth ect and andThItynInthatreete Thirtyninth TI Tnlnb street for several severalweeks lel lelw evrahweeks
weeks w In b to t he extended exee About Abut thn thnmiddle 11 th thmiddle
middle midl of next n week experimental eprmtl light lightIng IKh IKhInC lightleg
InC will i be b don in the blocks bok between betweenThirtieth btw btwTlrtilh betweenThirtieth
Tlrtilh Thirtieth and ad Thirtythird Tllrt tir streets te By Bynext 0 0Det Bynest
next fall the Fifth Frh Avenue AyeH Association Associationhoped AUo Associationhoped
hoped the tf window Wnow from rrm Twentyseventh Twentyseventhto TwntYPtht
b to t mlnateH mlnateHBoroug mlDat minatedBoroujLil Fortvsnreoth street ir will wi be illu illumlnateH i thuminated 1
Boroug > President Ild McAneny tcADt it III Is a said saidla f
la I Bra to t authorlm authorn the Ih establishment NtaUhDt of ofexperimental nrepmetl ofrmeatal
experimental lalea Jr tt of safety qr at t Forty Fortysixth Fort Fortsi Tortatzthstewot
sixth epmetl atzthstewot ytsiti si atrnat 8 and A andsi at Bortiwth 1oo street a stiton on o FifUi Frb Frbatl Fit Fitytsiti
atl atle
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I ISINGERTOWEDBOBGHANLERI ISINGERTOWEDBOBGHANLERIf iSIIERTOIED jSINGERTOED BB BOB CHANLR CHANLRI OHANLER OHANLERii
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t imKit I UII i iMtggrsleil tv tvi UTU UTUI
I i Mtggrsleil a Beta In tnUI Lntll til Her I Return um k kI I II Ie IeDctlurrhrrhiT
I tclebrrKltrrUT brrJllrl Belt Ro nirrs t Ur tee Bart BartThat I Harkfle
That fle ICs I hi a l Ins ng Time but Its I ht WH WHMlieil elseNIleil <
I Mlieil rmre Prooilinlaii an tiesarttpiIIIL tiesarttpiIIILA n cr prll l IS ISA I a ama
A man ma who 11 nld I to le was A Henry Ilnr Clews ClewsJr c
Jr called clJ up Titx Ul Sux MU lost night nllh and an announced A announced n nnUlC1
nounced nUlC1 that the Ih roWe W despatcli dpalr which whllh whllhromlr whichforneer whlclformer
former Sheriff frf Bob hauler ntnlr of Dutchem Dutchemcounty 1Ich 1Ichouny tuitchecounty
county ouny liod IAII1 brett awailingalldarfrom aahin awaitingalh allarm itayfrom Mile MileUna MileLinis l
Una L Cavalier yUer the opera o singer nr had ha ar arrived I IrlyP ardyed ¬
rived rlyP and Ant that I ha it i wu mi IU acceptance acceptanceYealerday acceptanceYesterday pIA pIAI
Yesterday I nT It I will wii lw > recalled fanl was the day dayon da dao dayon
on o which wblcl it was reported prtllht that Miss MI Cava Cavatier ova AVaI ovalien <
tier I waa lo give Ch Sheriff Rrl Bob HI his hi answerwhether answer ar arwbele seawerwhether
whether wbele aim ale woiil wOllo < l or would nlid not 101 marry marryhim ma ntarryhim I IW
him W
himTills
Tills 1i is il the Ib robin LI correspondence rpdtM a agiven M MJVI agiven
given JVI out ull by Ii the voice volC over the h telephone telephoneFirst 1IphoncFlrl
First Flrl a cable hle mcsaagn mC1 from rrf Miss U Cava Cavalier Caalrl ova ovaHen ¬
Hen lrl dated dl Paris ParisI
I accept your proposition proJhlon If you 101 can canwait nl nlwall taxiwait
wait until 111 October Oolr when wh I return flum to toAmerica toAmerica
America Am rlr Friendship and love I < v Answer Answerby AnrhT
by telegraph telegraphHtcotid tehcgrapitHtCOtII Icr4pl
Htcotid lld IhU reply plT from rro Mr Chanter ChanterVery calr calrr bonIerVery
Very r well wl I accept Ar your proposition propositiontoo pmpl Io
too It I is II a long 1011 wail but hii wise wiseThe wi wispThe
The 1 voice 01 over the Ih phone continued continuedthat cOllnllN cotethneicdthat
that 11 Immediately Immclally upon Upl receipt ipt of Ihe Ihesingers Ihpanr lhacu3ugrs
singers anr message Sheriff Hhrl bonier tAullr col collected colheeled 01 ¬
heeled several rl of lr his hil friends frendl including includingMr InlldingIr
Mr Ir Clew w and Cooper olr Hewitt lfwlt and some somemore 1m 1mmof somemore
more mof and Iod led the h way to thee Ih Alps AlpsrrataurMit Alp Alpsnistaherlitit
rrataurMit tllt at Sixth avenue nl and Fifty Fiftyeighth Fitlyeighth itT itTIahth
eighth ttn Ilf trret t where wln so I o the Ih voice voN said saidthere saidthere il ilhln
there hln 1 w a little 111 party pr right r < ht away awa In Incvlehnfmn ineiCltdTILlI I I1hrul
cvlehnfmn eiCltdTILlI 1hrul of that cablegram fatIfaa After Afterthat Afterthat
that h ll tl the oarty was WI to bt t > continued C > llll In InMr InIr InMr I
Mr Ir Chanvr studio Ihldl in a tire I Wnd Windsor WindsorArcade or orArcade I IAnad
Arcade ArcadeSheriff Anad ArcadeSheerlrr I
Sheriff 8hrr Bobs IIL social 1131 register ralr name nR Is IsKoliert Islttlrt isItohert
Koliert lttlrt Winthrop Chanter nallr He I Is Ila a grand grandson Ind ¬
son of lt John Jlhu Jacob Jaclh Astor and a brother brothernf hrhr
nf lt former UeuUUov LeuUo l < ewi Stuy Stuyvmatit HI HIt Stuyvesalet
vmatit t tinnier blllr and of r William illm Astor AntorClia AlorCIIIIr AstorChatsIer
Clia CIIIIr CIIIIrmh ChatsIer ChatsIerSotnewhumr nl r rSomewhere
Somewhere mh about the Ih first frat of February Februarya Fehnlr
a report port got KO abroad IIr < that Mr Ir Chller hauler was wasto WI wausto
to marry mr Miss Ii avalieri alr of the Manhattan ManhattanOpera ManhattanOiwca Inhalan InhalanOlr
Opera Olr forces rur and formerly of the th Metro Metropolitan Metropuiitaii fer ¬
politan Jlli The T former Hhlrir Sheriff said he hedidnt hedldnl hedidnt
didnt know knoW whether ho was WI going linl to tomarry 10marr tomarry
marry marr her or not but that Ihlt ho h had ba asked askedher AkCd AkCdher askedher
her and nd that hn still 11 was waiting waitnl fur her horanswer Iw Iwansr heranswer
answer Then Te it I was wn announced nnnun1 that thatthis tbt tbt1IIIe thatthis
this answer nnWr had h been I promised prml definitely definitelyfor dlnnlel dlnnlelror
for April Arl IS which wan yestenlay Ttenly It Itwas Itwa itwas
was to 0 come rom by b cable bl early erlln In the he after afternoon arer afternoon ¬ 1
noon nol but b as a a matter mlwr of fact rac arrived ervt a alittle alitle alittle
little litle later ller than tho time tme wet wetMr Nt actMr I
Mr Ir Chanters Cnlr wife who was Wa Wa Julia Jul R RChsmlMrlain f fllhamlerlain
ChsmlMrlain of Med Hook N Y
Ir lok got Kotdlof a adivorce adivorce
divorce dlof from Mr hauler Cnr in Paris Par In May MayI Ma May1J7
I 1J7 11 i7 Th 11 < fact did dil not liecome alD pulhc pulhcuntil plile plileInl puil4kuntil
until Inl a year Mr later Mrs 1 banter nr received receivedthe fllye
the b custody eloc of the h two Iw children rhldpn rhldpnI childrenicfcrc
4 icfcrc Tfsf rt I t u ilOi or s I4wiIlrS I4wiIlrSDalreli 4H I HT f IH v vl
l alrrll alI WaUoo a ol steel 1 Cenlen rd tlleged 1lf I IOwn IU to
Own lIeu U r I iet eil foe fo tiamnllng tiamnllngPtrroBlRO ismhllngPtrrsiiiie anblnc anblncrrrRt
PtrroBlRO rrrRt April Irl IS I It became known knowntoday knowntoti
today 101 oy that Samuel tl1 W Black lak a real renlestate realetatIelcr 1 1NIA
estate NIA etatIelcr denier had presented to tothe the Ih Cham Chaml ChamlfOr hamher
l her > er of Commerce omm official complaint that thatmany IhatmAnT thatmany
many disorderly house hllll Hint lid gambling gamblingdens
dens of Pituburg are ar owned by men high highIn highin
In business LUtln financial and political life lifeMr lit lirIr litMr
Mr Ir Block charge sMcillcally that 4lj 4ljand U Uand iiand
and 447Thinl avenue occupied OfCllpi by byCbin Chinese Chineseam Chineor
am or and have beon for solo orn time gain gainlillUK aamhlill gautlhittg
lillUK hlill hou ho house e and proiluces police reci rolIlIl recorutato > nls nlsto
to prove pn his assertion awertlonTim assertionThe
Tim 11 reconls Indicate that the Ih property propertyis
is a owned by John Dalrell meml member > er of Con Congress Congre on onIt ¬
gress It gre David T Wateon of Alaskan Iwun Iwundary huundary boundory
dary fame and 1 Georgo II ionlon oiut oiutof 011 011or orof
of the II most prominent Irornin nl attorney Altllrn m Pit PillhlirK is isburg taburg
burg burgTin burgThe
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Tin Chamber of Commerce ha turned turnedI teirneitlIeu
I ho Ih complaint of r Mr r Black over lo the themunicipal III IIIIlIIlIIilll tietnuunidpai
municipal > 1 commute which whl b will report reportat
at its II next meeting meetingUeorgn mIHlKUrc meetingGeorge
George B Gordon n etkiiig > for Mr Mrl Mr1alzli Ir Irltalaooll
l alill > ami nrl Mr r Wal1 stnm as a well 11 IK a for forelf forehf
elf 11 slid tonight tonightWe IoI < hl hlu
We own u that properly to 0 I > e sure sureVex sliceSee ff ffw
Vex we w have ha be best n ix mplaine > < l to soil amiabout soilabeut nal nalbnu
about by Mr Ir Black I believe bt1 v Mr Ir BUck BUcki
i eiciled rtl and lId has tea oterdrawn c rclra rttrawn nuttern nutternAe 111 111I 1eeItcrees
Ae es I believe we W have III prorl rop rty rented rentedto rnl rnllIII11mlln
to Chinamen It is i reported that these theiugamble Ih theselsiule
lsiule 11 gamble Hoinxtimeo otnl rn unit tutu U is i poKkj poKkjile tuossiide
ile 1 that they Ih the tnav hay 111I Intu I urrented urrentedfur rretsutfor
fur gambling by the Ih police Ilf Iii yet 1 w wit do donot 1 IC ICnot
not nm disorderly hou houril hn liocti I I11111S
11111S 11 ril A i IVtV II WUIM1 WUIM1Think hi If IfThin III 1 1Thtn
Think the It TrlrsliPilrsI TrI lr1 Mill It III lro iror e Muli MuliMsfcr 11I1tr Iuittpsfli
Msfcr r Itisn 1 llher lodI llmlrlBtNcon Stoetetsflixcos
BtNcon Me 1 April Irill 15 i Prof Alexander AlexanderIriham AIuIIIIrI Aleatiulrlrehatn
I Iriham Bell stopping lop IIIC over here h on fI hi hiway h hI bc bcI
I way wa aY home to Washington wild id h luid l hue huevery ii iivery
I very ry successful rlll in his aviation ialiollJrinrll ialiollJrinrllIII e zperitneiets zperitneietsau > peri men t tut
ut au KuUIetU N S and has 1II1r hope that bin bintetraheilral ltiAroplan hi hiteiriheetirah
tetraheilral aeroplanu roplan will revolutiuiiiire revolutiuiiiirea nvhictiunizeaicruinauttes olIiolll olIiolllIIUCtI
a aicruinauttes aicruinauttes11ei r luutics IIUCtITlti luuticsThis
This Tlti winter saul 101 Prof rof Bell we w leave liavnbeen havt leavelen
been t experimenting with illt three Ihr type typeof I Ior typesof
of aeroplane ropbll the th h mono nn the hipline ami amithe Idh ctstthe
the h telrahedrsl types otis of the h mono monoplanes 1111I110plan ntotup14e ¬
planes plan is I to u go to Gardner G I Hiihtiard of ofBoston IIroalon ofBoston
Boston The biplanes have M been 1 under underthn tenderthus ndrh
thus h earn of r F t W V Baldwin and J 1 A Doug Douglas ¬
las MrCurdy and they U have been having havinggood bavlnKSood havinggood
good luck with the type typeI
1 have t not l III > een able to try the h tetra fotrahedral t tetrahedral ra rahlral
hedral type in the th air 11 but It works satis satisfactorily satisfaturily Ii Iir ¬
factorily r ewrit on the h ice and n1 there is I every everyreaxon tvcryruason vryICIn
reaxon to believe boolito it I will iII fly y In thee bClI1Ir bClI1Irdid air airdid Vs Vsdid
did not have the th right 11 kind of engine lfln at atItand alhllnd atheand
Itand and the th trial was WA put off until next nextmonth neJltmonlb nextmonth
month It I may not be fin u airship of orrt orrtor speed speedor
or great power but J am quitn euro it itwill itwill
will 11 b be much IItu safer rr in tun is alt ban mil milothers allotbrsaai 11 11olbIII
others otbrsaai as in is c a e of accident It I will wllllowlT wllllowlTlloat slowly slowlyfloat
float to the ground Most of the u accident accidentwith aCChantJIwlU
with aeroplanes are due lo u the instability instabilityof
of the h supporting siirfsce siirfsceMany aeutrfaecilany lIrr lIrrn
Many n IlArl rt of HIM h earth r now n mat Inarcraudble InalCfWIIillle materasible
craudble to present menus of r transports transportation ran ori orilion > ¬
lion can n IN I reached in the th airship alnolt I Ithink Itbink Ithink
think tWit b II point has llA been lost t flight lit r t of ofin orIn ofin
in the prearnt cry over 0 the uses to t which whichthe wblcbb whichthe
the b aeroviane may br pill 1 and I think thinkIt
It Is the tb most important one oner 0 0oRln
r 1 ontrt inntxi HUIEH HUIEHMr Illfl IllflMr MW
Mr 1 Miilih lIh Onlrrnl Tttrni 4tilarafermetl 4tilarafermetlleml hlorofermedsrat
leml They Fall Into rrurl Stand MsmlCnii lIndIlnt StandIlAUiI
Cnii IlAUiI AIMI AU April IS I Two handsome handsomeblack hando handoIlark handsometilack
black horMiC II the lb be property of ties tI late lateMrs lal lalIra lateMite
Mrs Ira Betitrlox Smith Nml of f Evanston mot mll tier tierof herdir r rI
of this Ih bite Inl James Jan Henry Smith were werechloroformed w wchlororormtd werechiorotormed
I chloroformed today lod In accordance with withIlie wllhat withthe
the at dying wishes witth of their owner who pre preferred pnorrn piefirrtd ¬
ferred t that they he killed kll rather than that thatt lhalrlllno thatthey
t hey fall rlllno Into i thee hands of those th who might mightIII
III treat them themThe themThe hemTb
The Tb hor ho horse e had l been > een n owned own and UIdby user userby used usedby
by Mrs Smith for mom mo than fifteen fiftnenyean nrcuY fifteenslid
yean Y and 1 were well known in the U suburb suburbDna auburbraDOlt suburbsOn
Dna On > of them warn 31 3 yeors oW and his hi mate matew matwas
w was JS a aI
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Ha > lie II Heubl a Rixlgn Mather HttwrThan Than list lista UIIa
a Tatated Taint tOflhItilsSts tOflhItilsStsJAZ5OX ntnil leii leiiJACKHOX
JACKHOX Miss 11 April IS I Before i ijoint n njulll aJuliet
joint sesnion ion of the Ih two wu houses hOIl ui of th thLegislature atUoailllatliroo thLjiuslatire
Legislature li today day United Unl 1 State NIa Senator SetutoIoroy Senatortcroy uator uatorIroy
Ioroy Percy arraigned the It > sxwns < nM > ii wh whhave who whoIvlt whohave
have insinuated Inlnllu that his election wa wawon WAItwon wawon
won by fraud Percy Ir y a srrted that h hwould Itwuuld he hewould
would reiiign llIn rather ralh tluui hold n commit commition IIrnliura
aeitj ion that might appear to hiivn Ilu Ira oh ohtaiiivd uhAlII ohtaitied
taiiivd AlII by corruption corruptionJuhiiHtun corruptionJohnoll corruptionJ01tiitoii
JuhiiHtun A Strong a supporter n nPercy or orJrCT ofPerc7
Percy introduced < 1 a resolution offering offurlnito rrrln rrrlnlIbjd
to subject the tit validity l itlitT of Senator Percy Percyflection IltnTIell lurrysleVtiUCl
flection Iell to I a Iml > ecial Slate Irin primary to tohIIJlI b bheld Ishiehl
held hIIJlI next November NovemberPercy Oelllr OelllrJny ovetteberthltI
Percy did 101 not lu niincn mill Words in d dealing dlinwith dealingwith vlini vliniwith
with his critic hon ho aHS aJIIICrtClI rto < l that thathn thdh thatthee
thee h HUll of Mi liai11I111 i wlppl could not ot leave havia hncoA
a greater disaster I befall it i than the tI elec electlon dcclion 1Pe 1Petlon
tlon of Jamitt JAm K Yardaman Iaall to thu the Unit UnitState UnllSial United UnitedState
State Sntuxti N lh u wave of applause > u > itwepoer swept sweptover Wlptuvr
over the hall hallClCtMK ha hailfTIf II IIICUII
ClCtMK fTIf JL irs liT TIIK TII fllKHS fllKHSHead izitnTn 0 0he
he Tn Head Two Btng lRe at Meoraieloi MeoraieloiVsrmsn thoumelonFarenans loBrn lon lonrl
Vsrmsn rl ao nerki Iu Damaged llamagrtlvrldt DamagedCpdJl mard mardInl
vrldt CpdJl < IVM c iIi Utipattlt lo rail T Mcs McsApril 11 xii xiiPiits 1 1r4111
r4111 April ISA I A cyclone struck stmclIhe struckthe Irucklit
the lit aviation grounds < at Mourmelonle MourmelonlePetit M01lnnlonIrt
Petit t this I morning where wh n huge milUry mil mliitary
Ury dirigible tll rlllI lulloon shetl was III course counvof COUrKor courseof
of cunstniclon Thu building was blown blowidown hlwndown blowndown
down III a moment in I II its In full burying buryinjadored burylnaa buryingaiizell
adored a 10 worlimen worlimenTwo wllrrmnTwo wturtmenTwo
Two men wer ere no killed and two are a dying dyingTlie dyingnit
nit 111 other were rM iwriouftly injured Th ThImmeriM ThiOlm Thuinmetua >
ImmeriM iOlm ste 111 > < girder muneil n II I terrible urriblinjurien terribleinjuries rrlble rrlbleinjllrl
injuries injurienBut injllrllIul
But for the Ih cyclone coinciding culnei lnlC will willthn wlbtill withthee
till dinner Inlorvnl ISO persons noonll would woulttiave wouldhave ollld ollldhavf
have tiave been t in tin shed b As AII it wus n major majorty mJorIty majorIty
Ity ty of the workmen wiUuwatMl the IhoIructjou de deslruction tiestructioti
Iructjou slruction fn from n u sat afn di dian dianI tiistnceFannanii tanc tancFannans
Fannans annan wor worls ar > < oil thn It grounds groundsbut grountIbut
I but nobody was hurt there th Part of th throof Ihi the theroof
i roof of his hi workshop was blown off and andcarried ara araI awlcarried
carried three th thireeqetarceru < quarters of a mile A tent tentshed InIhd tentsht
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Ihd shed sht occupied by Prince in BolotofT filled filledlike flllNtIi filledhike
like Ii a balloon and soared I off of high lII < h in theair the Iheair theutir
air for K long distance distanceThe distanceflit
The 11 total damage is i figured at 1100000 1100000NlIIUT 100000 100000COHHKTX iOOOi1ORIETS
COHHKTX IV flIRT rOVHTJu 0 flIRTJustIce rr 1fT 1fTIuatC
Ju JustIce < llrr Btsncrmrd erllnes > le I Kxamhti Kxamhtithe tXantnb
the b Kxlilbllii KxlilblliiI ItIIlt
1 want to how your Honor them themcorsets Ih Ihro thesecorsets
corsets ro old a lawyer In a ra U n liefon liefonSupreme IroreHIIJIIII trforel4uiprenu
Supreme Court Justice lilanchard yenter yenterlay yesterlay
lay Ia in asking for an injunction restrain restrainIng restrainlog traill traillIn
log In < another company rompa from copying the thidesigns thedeuiignju h hdlcmc
designs I desire to 0 offer them in order ordeithat ordrhat orderthat
that the Court may familiarize himself himselfwith himlMllrwlh himselfwith
with their lines linesCounsel IIn IInoluUlIMII lineounuwi
Counsel need not trouble himself himHfsaid blmrlcl himselfiualti
said lcl Justice J IIIt I Blanchnnl You ou may takn takninto taklInlo takointoconuelderstion
into consideration my myyt4 years yesreof of experience experienceon spoorl CiI CiIon
on the > liendi liendiMay Idllay iuenthMay
May I file them b m as exhibits no your yotuHonor yourlIonor yourhonor
Honor may examine them Ih in chambers chamberscontinued chamberaOflmltd chamberscontinued
continued the lawyer lawyerYou 1WtCY lawyeryote
You Y 011 may m Uo what you wish and rest rostassured Itt8tIred restaseittd
assured Ired I will confiscate none of the ex exhibits exhlhit axhituits
hibits said the h Quirt Quirtstnnn CtlttSlfldVP ourt ourtInwJ
stnnn rnnu tn msTiTfTio msTiTfTioTreaurer RIlliTTtTIOTrfaurr NST1TTIOXireasurer
Treaurer Illcenr ef the Erie rl Hsllrnsi Hsllrnsirl
< rl 1 a Rest a Mhork MhorkD ltorloOW
D OW 1 W V Blgoney Ulaon treasurer IIr of the h ErIe KrlIlailroad ErIeRailroad rl rlnalroad
Railroad wan mirpriwMl yesterday morn morning mominlC morning
ing when he receIved httcla an exprem SP pnia pa pivkagi pivkagifrom kagi kagifrom IIItfrrom
from Philadelphia containing two 1V 1Vhills Sesj Sesjhills IJ IJhili
hills Pinned to the h money wa a chisel chiselof l lof
of letter paper on which wa written writtenTUi wriUnTlai writtenThic
TUi Itcmo SU I let due > > to thee Ih Erie llailn nlrrt nlrrtI Hatiroadlompatey > a aI <
I ompany lnpall Ileawi 11 credit It to I KeMitu KeMitution It Ittiun itrtituthun
I tion tionMr tiunI
I Mr Blgoney IItltfln said tin amount wa lip liplarge II IIlaraI tblargest
large um m ever lIr received a conecietici conecieticinioiiny cncpetuvnUley 1 111 111my
nioiiny by tlm II tie Erie ri Kadroad Tlnn Tit Tith Ttircheave Tlnnbarn
barn h been no nhortaK > n in afvounl foi foiyear rrTfOa fryear
year
ittitnir si iUE T < Hrn 11111rllIlC IlL IlLtelliug M Mrltng
rltng Csptsln Think nI lie Its a lnnilrr IanrNonNN lanIrrecI lanIrrecINaflM1 i iHSII
HSII NonNN IMMt W hiurtte hiurttetrting or rLIt rLItinl Hi HiActing
Acting inl Captain Ilirhard P KnriKhl KnriKhlpr liiriuutpresident nrlIIpMnl
pr president ldent of lh I Polio iOll lioutxnanL Be Benevotent 1100noo iinievoletit
nevotent AMViciatloil iall on who bn i Hour u ucomtnsiid ill illconlln1 illconetiested
comtnsiid of the Ih Klmtlieth Ktpwt I 1 iMtmn iMtmnhaii 1 1I titlntItait
I haii h brought suit II for IIIU 2oi C liMe < io dnmnce tier foiolander rllrIldr tieri
i olander sgnin II IIII l fonner rnu Police Ii i Iionr oiniui oiniuii romllllionr
i > ionr HniRhain l 111 > caii < of thitiK Gen Genraid 11 11I
I Ulngham raid about him in public publicKnrigbl
Knrigbl rumpluiut av a that I loa in on onocca Oil10n necuceaion >
occa uceaion ion l ien un n limghsin aid thu h h am amthu noel I1l1laIh noelthee
thee Ih lieutenant awxiclaliuti tote oiiidil ahl ui N Nalx I IIIholiI IiabolisltI
alx IIholiI abolisltI > li l d and leannl > 11111 out an atuti 1llIlanolhr 1llIlanolhrIII < I ul annthM annthMUnit r rS
S Unit III InriRhl rhould I si lirokc ruk and if e r m mterm icey iceyicrile It ItIm
term l 14 long In g enough Ill I II lick I him hllllIrijltl I ole vt vtKnriKht vtiteriuit
KnriKht aid al lh I the fonnert I ommi mrniwllr ioneral ioneralsaid II IIahl alec <
said lit 11 oUKht trhl to I tie I watched and a will wilown willown iII iIIWII
own WII III II police force r if lie llooynl die diewrs iii iiiIRi Ii IiI Iin
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wrs n no siuinis in M r EElS I urn urnIskr II hPEIItalc I U UI
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talc 1 Ii isi nIe I uf ufiruuni r Imm Ir Ttirre rf In Ii lIar Iltelure h u uCIIIr Itho >
lure ho a Itceh ItcehBrook StrekA rt rtIIntOklvn
A Brook IIntOklvn I vn womuti awakens at IIIrlk sitI sitorheck 1 1oclock
I oclock ye yetrtl tenlay nay afternoon from a Hireclav I tierdays Hire hncJar
days hlmlr luml > er and III by y N C in the Ih evenini lIiIlJO Hh Hhwo clue cluewas h hwna
wo yawmug und MliowitiR Willl other signs HIRIIHof signsof iall iallr
of r wont of r sleep I Tin n wo not iimwiiulfur iimwiiul II II I tI I II
I fur her for she b > < soinetiiiH 1 > KH 101 IM llv llvdnys IIvdB livtiuyue
dnys dB Y at I a stretch stretchTh al stretchThewoman phhTho
Th Thewoman woman i Mrs Mi Charle harl lirle ur ofi
81 1111 i 1 Bloke IliAk avenue Her hii hlI01 l > an < l and andson awlsilos till tilleon
son am tailors lail When she cli h 1 i ue ualI < p her hermother hrmohr leermother
mother and her young daughter do 1 the thehousework thuC I II
housework For threw h year trK sin I hus Iou luutaken Ioutktt IAII IAIItaIL
I
taken taIL a nap na of If from Ilire lo te flv five day dayduration dYIIJllraltun dycduiratiuti
duration every week 11 Her imual 1 limO for foiretiring rolIrlnre forretiring
retiring Irlnre is Friday night or Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning 1nJa 1nJamomjn
morning Sim Hh sleeps el until Tuesday T ay or orWednesday orWDeMA orWedneeday
Wednesday and woken WI C up hungry and andfeeling andrlInK antifeeling
feeling pretty well rinn 11 pile eats at a few r mc meor meal mealof l lof
of nutritious food attends to neglected neglectedhoiisnwork nl11oocttoc1hoork neglectedhoeseework
hoiisnwork and goon It to Ii sle 1111 p on Friday Fridaynight Friulaynight rilaynlcht
night or the II following morning morningMm mnminI <
Mm 1 11 lIoc lloIes ode seem m to sleep lACIrllll lACIrlllland iarefucllyantI > eac fuy fuyami
I and like lik one In natural tllrl sleep She ih ihI nay nayHM nays1w
HM I 1w lena pleasant dreams Sh Star h < cannot Ix Ixawakened h hawkfn heawakened
awakened Physicians have ba tried to ttwake towake
I wake her up with needln pncks electric electricapplications tlectricppliclIoUII electricapplications
applications and in other ways but with witltUII wit without It Itout ¬
out UII miccuss Hypnotic suggestion uK loli i tc tcbe tobe 0 0Le
be tried next nextKrKtT ecesti t
KrKtT i IMT ritKT T TU ttK I rMIDOKU rMIDOKUJsttn Ii IWO FD FDaftn EDJshntsrtrr
Jsttn Jshntsrtrr aftn tar arlrr I tins Jel 1 Wsny n ofTen ef 1 Prnai Prnaiattic rrntaIl roflt rofltIte
attic Ite rjiiplo Euieelemrset EuieelemrsetSi > mrnt mrntKr mn mnKT
Kr rAt Minn April IS i Offrrs ol olemiloymeut 01mllnymlllt olemilflyrTWtlt
emiloymeut at good wage have ha pouror pourorin pollrJIn
in on John Carter thn hn penitentIary penitentlarprisoner Jfoltntlaprlaouer penitentIarypuboner
prisoner whose poems have h induct inductmagazine Inducma tnduceiJmagazine
magazine ma n editors eU to join In the h plea foi foihis tOlhIa fouhis
his liberation Thn Tb pardon board wit wilmeet wlim witmeet
meet m tomorrow ana it Is I confident confidentexpected ronl1rtflltlJI contldentlj contldentljexpected
expected JI that a pardon will rxTgrantnd rxTgrantndIf
If Tarter aI M released hn it will come t tSt It ItSt < fPul
St Paul with Ith Judge John W V Willis WUlIaIMalloJtp t tlocal 41 41local
local IMalloJtp lodge baa promised to CM to it I thahe hal halbe thaibe
be wants for nothing aothtDcr
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WOMEN APOLOGIZE TO TAFT TAFTsrrrnriiTs TAFTUItarUT TAFTSIFfttGISTS
srrrnriiTs srrrnriiTssrosimrtTr DIIII1I KK KKtml RIilOSlIrr REirosnniTi
srosimrtTr FOR R III1U III1U1Id 1ItSIIXG 1ItSIIXGtoel
tml 1Id Express P Revet That II Deterred BcnurrHII
II Might M t llavt lIa II Hern eric the > Werk erk qj of f the theMUTrsgrltcs UtftatfrasCu theetiuWrugetrs
MUTrsgrltcs er tall They JIwolb Kxptata KxptataTbrPmldrat EaptalaThe
lb TbrPmldrat The PirsldentThsnkrd 1eIt Thank knl n for rorW4II1I III Npeech NpeechApril MpeertsWuttncornx
W4II1I Wuttncornx aro April 13 iThe The National NationalAmerican StlowAIDPrICl1l atIonaiAmeriran
American Woman Buffraga Associationrpent Association A8MclationJ
rpent J t a large portion of the th > day M trying tryingto trytnto <
to teak nmctids for th the discourtesy discourtesyihowu dlaoourteeyhowu discourtesyshown
shown the h President I dlnt of the h United d Slates SUteslint SLit SLitlut Slateslast
lint night when his hi speech I before rore th thassociation the thttciatlon theaseochuttion
association was hissed hi The member memberof nwm nwmor
of the tie h asMociation C 1tion wont admit that they theyare th thPrt theyure
are re nru realMensituic > onj lhl < ible for the th unseemly uflPlmllnrideat uflPlmllnrideathut Incident Incidentbut
but they were wo nevettheleM nCvth l very busy busyld b b1lAy buytoday
ld today < Uy drawing up I a letter I to Ui the Preal Prealdent JtreeIdent Punddent
dent and 00 passing resolutions designed to towt 10t toiirt
wt t themselves in a tatter light before1 heto the thepublic tlaeIluhllc Ikeluulllc
public Members fm of ru the th rsaodatloa uaoctatloaInelln1 were wereInclined wvtncUned
Inclined to shove the responsibility for forthe tortI fortue
the tI hl lulases es and catcall upon their old oldtlmn olltUm oldtinee
tlmn enemies nCml the th antls You couldnt couldntget efa1dalEt
get anY n of r the officers of the association associationto
to stand for thin charge hut there thereIInl WM WMI wa waI
I IInl lenly of talk of the tI affront remt being lac a akllfully alIruIl1 askilfully
kllfully planned plann move on the part pa of ofth ofIh oft1e
th enemies to woman suffrage Inna < Appar Apparently A AeuUy Appsnthy ¬
ently them h antisuffrafUu nllaurrra t h ha d sIfted la laonn laon hitine
tine on by one aDd taken their Rent la unohrvl unclesetvtit unoh unohwrv
wrv setvtit rvl < l throughout the hall Then sym syrnluthiring IymIltlthlrln sympathlring
luthiring < with every ry word the Presidentwan h President lde ldewa
wan wa uttering they hlniud just for the thepurpose the11Irt thelulirpose
purpose 11Irt of puttng the tI pulfragista IlIrrra < lata In a aLad aba abail
Lad ba light lieforo the public publicHut PllhllcII publiclInt
Hut II there is i also the explanation that the theunpleasant beIIl1plnl lb lbunpheusant
unpleasant Intemiptlon w wea t the h work of ofIhn orIh oflb
Ihn Ih suffragetlen The Tb suffragette It Itrvema hOma itecema
rvema ore the militant one on who believe believeIn 11 11In
In crying dying their cause > at every ry four corners cornersand com comAnd cornersanti
and who never hesitate to 0 beard the thelegislator thelegislator heIdllllor
legislator in his hi den The Th suffragists suffragistsami If I II
anti I that ha i III what the h member of the thenational thenational b bnallon1
national association here call theraaervea theraaerveabelieve thcmselvaeabelieve hRlMI hRlMI1X1iv
believe in getting jet tins voles vol for women by bythe byh bythe
the h gentler art rt of moral suasion Son Bomof Somor SonCf
of Cf the Ih suffragist who were w certain that thatthey Ihath thatthey
they h themselves hmh did not hits hi are ar inclined inclinedtherefore inclinedhro inclinedtherefore
therefore hro to blame their mom mo militant militantters mllitanItfra militantsisters
sisters > ters if of course it really lIy was not th thant M theantis Mnlill
ant antis antisThe nlillTh in inThe
The Th only on IT official tatement of the Ih led incident Incldnl ledIflt ¬
dent Is 5 contained In the Ih letter which Mrs MrsFrances MraFranoo MrsFrance
Frances Squire Hq re Potter of New ew York Yorkcorresponding Yorkcopondlng Yorkcorresponding
corresponding decretory of the h associa association AJIIIOCiaIon aasocfalion ¬
Ion sent seth n to the President InctlleI n after It I had hadtx badAlilhorlld hadbeen
tx been < vn authorized by a unanimous vole you of ofthe orh ofthe
the h association In this Ihi letter the he official officialof omcl1loOAm ofilcialhoorti
loOAm or the OMociatlon AIOfIIC allon assure Mr MrTaft MrTafllMI MrTaft
Taft TafllMI that they deeply deplore d plorM the Incident Incidentand
and disclaim all responsibility for it itHere It ItlIer itIhure
Here in Mrs Potters letter letterWiHi hotterrue
WiHi rue mjot tm lSetrird nirtrrf Tnfl White I tr Haittr H R5 tJvor rra rran tTCII tTCIIift aaF aaFjsrnu
n ift jsrnu n in It i iMr r rh dMT
Mr h i II eten > r n Iri PrLutreEst iir nST > > NT The J nda nrlo e < r rtM rtMIIn resoliatlona o olutlon
lutlon IIn Introduced by b the Ih national l rom rommtttee cornpnttt omnlll
mtttee nlll on n ron onrnllnn ntlon rf rceoleltlnrca olutlon w wero werotuuud rs rsl roI
l tuuud > iu d unnnlmoiulv liv I the Ih Nnilonsl Asso AssoIsllon Assonation 118I 118IIallon
nation of r Women Suffrn SuIT Suffreuite e Associations bO oclstlon st stthe atthe t
I the 1 opening of the Ih mnrntnc p sston lon lodsr lodsrI
t urn Instructed hy h the Ib unanimous vote votsf 0111Ij
Ij I ror f g the h ntKt nrTcI1 lal hOArd and of he h delegates delegatestiow
I tiow 0 asietnieted > emhted mh to 0 MBd 1 to I TOO 11 with lIh the Ih ron ronntlnn conflttflhtui
I < ntlnn rrooliitlon rfI < thl official lornmunl lornmunlat tornmunlniton ornmwalnln
at nln ton tonluit
11 1 I nmrt1 hostel aid ni dIIII delegates were weretct
luit H Mimll 11110 pan of the h verr ry large Ir ttlherinc ttlherincn Ruhrlnhl1 tsiherinasetukl
n asetukl M ith1 hl1 Hl ii iii hear niir circling last lBtiiiuic sic sicIllicit
iiiuic lint us Ilie 110 national reprpenlstlreiinf reprpenlstlreiinfj IInII nr
j i In 11 itiiniial i etcal AIMV uiioii of Wm omen Suit ITrtJ Seefraetr1 ra 74 74iniion
tr1 iniion 11 on thr these < ilolecalrH cr feel 1 ar 1r1 at mr mrr
I r T thai nn acer ono n present nl either a meinbr neeeetera IItr IItrr
1 of our sur r nXKlal 1111 Ion or r outsider ohonld hnlll 1 hsra hsraj hoIur bc bctnterrtultetI
j tntrrniltcil tour iddieitt Iolt In h IIn n eTpreMina eTpreMinaI
< 4 > I Hrvmul frrlinr rfiid d iet they Ih lirre titreattte lth di diI ties tiesI
I i Ulm h slide Interrupt Inn n ant n1 lI sk U tour ur NC NCeitini illr useP113CC
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miRlity uultappy 1111 frame of mind Moot Mouf l1oat11111
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1 awful Wbalf Vhatfdo iuatti ri you 011 think thee Free President PrMIItt Freeeslet ¬
ident will my T about it IU and Who ho could couldhnve couldhB couldIuve
hnve hB done the t llfO hiMlnicT hiMlnicTMn hilntMrK hbetngsirs
Mn < Potter Ur who in I chairman of r I ha lberummill theennemittee haromrniltee
romrniltee on revolutions arose as soon soonus oonII oot ootas
us II order had l been > e n obtained and an snnounceil annOllo annonnerd
nounceil nOllo that she b had a resolution to topresent 10nt topresent
present nt Nearly everybody bod knew kn some aomnne 80mIhine sometiehog
Ihine ne wan going to Im It done but all feared fearedthat reanodtht fearedthat
that the h officer om of the th association might mightuiioloKire mlh mlhoogir mightopologir
uiioloKire oogir in a way ay that would put the there thefICIloonttiitiliy thefor
re fICIloonttiitiliy onmlHtity fur the h himing hlllll DIC s squarely lIqIaITupon squarelyseport < iurelyupon
upon thee I a lUIIIO eonatlon aUon and that ha of count countwould mu muwOlild coursewould
would never do it Tim TI Potter PoU resolution resolutionhow oltionbower rvstohutionhowver
how bower er won satisfactory and it itadopted t wu wuI
I adopted dopt hy h a standing II vote voterteforn yoteIlefore oteror
rteforn ror I ha afternoon session on had hadrailed I bsn bsncalled n nrallooct
railed to order though the t official board boardof
I of the t h association bad begun to fear fearthat rfGlIha fearthat
that the I resolutions resolutfonawerenota were not ota a sufficiently sufficientlyclear utnclII utnclIIclC
clear r repudiation of the th discourtesy discourtesyto
to thee lYrsident I dlnt They Th bad accordingly accordinglydecided accordinlldectded accordinslydecried
decided lo send with It a letter l Jr JrAUnat flrMinis > r rAurut
Minis Howard Shaw president of the theunionization thenanI7ntlon ther
r unionization arose and mid midOne MIdOne soldof
One of the saddest hours spent in Innlllonal a anational
1 national womans suffrBgn convention conventionin
I in fortytwo yearn I spent bars last night nightwhen DlbtwhPn nightr
when an incident occurred for which whichI
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I I am sure 11II none of tho officers and I hop hopnone hopenon hopP
P none of the delegates was responsible responsibleBhe reaponllibShe
She explained then that the hoArd had haddecided haddecided haddecided
decided to ti aead od an official expression expressionof
t of regret reI to 0 the Preaident and a repudia repudiation awpudiatJOIII repudlaticta ¬
tion of the incident Hh ISbn asked that the thep
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