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> eweM w ftl 1etlag Metes t the ltl Rhr cr and lMIlhrttw lMIlhrttwIt Harbor HarborWill harborHltl
Will It III slit lllhe 11 111 she NateTee aie 1I1TIerk TePert Perky ter rrHint rrHintJVIINOTON M H HAunros Hbn HbnN
N JVIINOTON April II There Tlw hAIl ha been beena
a 11 of peculation ll < ulatJon recently reeerI as lo todrnt Presi Presidrfit 1 1crn
drfit TAIl present frame of mind In Inrer InrlIrl1 inretard
retard rer rd III another tern in the While WhileHni WhiteHn
Hni Hn 0 + ae e In some quarter a the President Presidenth PrMld PrMldha
h ha teen represented as so thoroughly thoroughlynrwi
nrwi i of I th indiscriminate criticism and andat andaptsM nd ndtlt
at aptsM tlt that Ih hare h been heaped upon him himar
ar r t h hs Administration that he now feel feellii leekb feelhie
lii b hie eoltning linin to allow the use 1 of 0 hi hi name namein
in regard to a renominatlon renominatlonThe renominationThese
These The Th report have put Ill Mr Taft in the theaitiluie theartilude i i1Ii1Jt
aitiluie 1Ii1Jt of 1 everting INtrtill hi hie friends free ti and andnnrins Merlnlin andrmrln
nnrins away r from th II Ilw situation c Con ConIolllanr cmtruatmR > n nImntinjc
Imntinjc the Ih Republican Reputii opul > li4n n party Noh Nohin
in I tni could be further from the truth It Itcan Itun Itran
can le I raid that Mr Ir Tart ha h lies no dispa dispaution dialtotIlnn diaprahnn
ution u < o rhnck from the rporaibililii rporaibililiirf
rf hi his dmipUtratlon ant and that he h wl Iil Iilh I IKI ltut
KI hesitate h IIat to stand for reuomination reuominationif
if th i arty call himNhat him himWhat himht
What ht Presides I Taft T will iII not do so sohi otat enhis
hi tat elite d friend declare ia I In resort resortIn
In n well ell 11 known political expedient pediflll to tottrengthen tonreRthen 0 0UChM
ttrengthen hi he own position and obtain rbinrooromirtlon pbtakna obtaina
a rromiratlon His present lattitude iattitudIs UltudpI
1 Is dwritsd d f cribed hardly aa one on of Indifference Indifferenceh f fIt
h het > it h i I determined to go ahead and andnm andnun nd I II
nm I ht hu Administration a sa h deem d beet beetlor MtItlr beetlot
lot th the country regardless of ita effect effecton eot eoton
on n hi hue political J olItioa > future Republican Republicank4r
Pier 1 who G have talked with Ith him recently recentlyea I IICI
ea this subject say hia attitude I Ia prac practical pracI pinetrtally ¬
tical I trtally IIT this If at 1 tb the end d of hi h bb first termll term ft1R ft1Rlb
ll > Republican party feet like Uk caUiag caUiagupon caRlagupon aHlaaUrGD
upon him again even If it is to go down to torWMt toJ
J rWMt 11 he h will III accept and ad if It doesnt doesntli
li I Iie will + retir retire II with ith tb satisfaction of ofknowing ofkllo1l1n ofkaowin
knowing = that h he has k don what hat he beet be beiieied beI4d
iieied et I4d to he behest behestue beat beatOn healOM
On ue el 0 the Ih political expedient lapM 4I t hat tbatPrettctent thatIresident hatlrHidnt
Prettctent Taft will III not countenance la latfe Iath Isthe
the tfe ranting rAt ing of 0 part rk hi tb the rler and andfcarbor andharbor nd ndhrtr
harbor bill That bill left the Ih Houe Houeearring Iou Iouinlt Houmcarving
earring inlt appropriation PfWOpI Ia Ion aggregating aggregatingshout Uftaatl c cet
shout > KOWOeai 140t1II It cam me out of the tbeitcstr tJMorII thecrap
crap the t other day with 13000060 ad additional additi d ddilln1 ¬
diti ditional nal lacked oe The 1t bill waa w sentto sent sentlo
lo conference > today lu day Th the b President Presidents ItnoldtlltrruIialdnc
s r > MTutmlting Ihl hla bill closely 1oM1 and he is isrepresented i iIftI ierspreentrd
represented IftI as determined to veto to it if ifn Irit ifit
it come before him with any an pork ork bar herrel barrel hArrrl ¬
rel Item in It Itll ItI IL ILIt
ll I was estimated l early Nlrl in the present presentr presentrston
r rston ion that In the river rly and nd harbor bill billrd hiliodd billtd
rd carry can about SKornow but there therebeen th thtu theretee
tu been n big jump from rom those I figure figurelocator f ti um umyaator ra ratutor
locator Burton of Ohio who ho know IInowD1ud as asmuch asmuch
much about river riYotrnd and harbor improve isnprovecr improvetrnts praYe praYelInt
cr lInt nts aa a any n other otb soon in Coagrea eo s deIuhM de dei demM
lined i to subverib lo 0 tit ke majority re rerf refths rer
rf r f fths tbs Senate P Commerce CII Commit CommittM
tM r > od severely ertticisedthe itldeedthefJOrt < report in ina
a i teeh ecti < only Oft a few day ago In a nil nilfrit mirtorilT mlterry
terry frit y report Senator Burton urton cited ten tenprojects ItDrroJfJ1 tenrroJects
projects inducted ia the tla bill which hail hailn h henl hadant
enl n t even fft been recommended ne8mIDfl ded by b a board boardrf
rf engineer mtoinlfn t ineere some of them in fact having havingrn balnrtJwtM baringNun
rn rejected by b the engineer ftcln and it Ittn1nnd is iswJerHnod iscnleretnwl
wJerHnod that these t the constitute the thefiture thotftJrt thefuture
future of the bill In which President IdtDt Taft Tafti
i it diieflv Ch interrtted Pd at t this time Hcnalor HcnalorBurton 8euatorBIn tleualorBaru
Burton n has not nn objected ab fd to the b amount amounttf ount ountrI
tf mon money y v carried cerri l In Intll 16 the bill btit to th thvattrf Ute UteIhf theaaefal
vattrf aaefal Ihf il and ad impracticable method rep repr ftInl repNa
Na r med t hr some of the tl appropriation appropriationrre ppmprlIlonerrfiJt
rre rrfiJt rred i nt Tufts owj rlev Ie 01 0 river riverand rivfatwi I IM
and M harbor Improvements te well knn knnn knnnh n nn
rr n hi h trip dwn d wn fie t Mis MVwSmlppi ppi Itt ItMfall Ittfall
fall hr served 00f0 1 notice on members of ofCnncreM ofrntree I
CnncreM rntree ncr that he > would not tolerate pork porkirel I tsXkrret rk rkr >
irel r nwUixl tt tds xt in aitkini tiese appro appropert appropriUm anpropti
pert priUm pti urt urtP an anfarry +
farry P 11 mejre twit t ul is I tj t he tiken tikenaid hlenfirtOfI ttkenltd
aid firtOfI doptrl iJ he b must be on the tbetrr thetree f fIrtnrt I
tree Irtnrt < md that it ia useful ti the Ib uuuntrrt country countryUre I
t Ure 4urxr r to and not nf > t nn the ground that It Iti
i comIC xos t 11 send oert oertita rhln itn men back to toI 0 0l i
l fI vnrfM or urLn Tn on the th ground that it is iscrone I It
t crone > inj 11 t > nuke a certain pert of the conn connfir 00111II
fir II prntperous darine d rtn the expendltur expendlturof
of hat t rrwiney rrwineyT rnr rnnrTte
Tte T > Pre Pr 1 idn id n il Ala > declied dclL rd oa that thattr
tr > that he II believed in having tm facts factsd lactarIrminrd
d rIrminrd rmined by competent oomptI t authorities authoritiesfr uthoriU uthoriUt
fr trt i both t > th in regnrd to the need need of the theimprovement tit titImfmlnt theImprovements
improvement and the met 1 and then thenif th thI
if I 0 < were re deemed advisable f tJ > go ahead aheadI
w I the th improvement This methcd methcdPI
PI can fPtiy I T doennt Dt square with soma noinonf 110111h
nf h Items rn fx ntilned > in the th preeent preeenthi
hi MU IH
MUae
ae hn h Oala fvi 111 ll the t Pennsylvania Rep Repr Hpntth
r re ent ntth tiv who U having trouble in his hiailia hi hirtl hist
ilia rtl t nn i one on member of Congre Congrerow tonKrIIIr Congreselms
elms row inirm > tn are e spparenlly spinr ntIY losred losredli
t li I > i n bill Senst H < nt3r r Burtin men meni MftiJrt
ti i nnt < n nn nxmes nil In hi speech a the h other
4 1 0 t he h 4 owed > that an appropriation appropriationliui
r liui 1Iof nn tor 10 f r the Ib Yougniecbeny River Riverr Ny Nynrh fiverhnrh
+ r rnch > nrh nf the Ih Moftongabela lo o phe near PlUs PlUshire PluIII
hire III h trr I i th the forerunner I lIer of expenditure expenditureinting tUrH
a n inting 11 I more mo than HBJOmt HBJOmt1rruiont II9JOa4Irdent 8301
1rruiont Tafta Taf friends repr Mml I him hima
a u rung It very ry much in earnest m t abort arxxitner abortI
10 I leer r and harbot bill and nd they lhe ay saythe aytke a alIfr
the a i no > doubt that be will 11 refuse r > fu CUM to toT 10lI towt
wt T lI > t t i if 1 It doe not 8ft1re iiare with hi hik his hietfll hist
k tfll N5 tii on the Ib subject subjectA
l A > h hr r political expedient that bo bot h hr hast
r t n worked rfor under former admlnlalra admlnlalrar atra atrar
c rs r h hau which Mr r Taft will not tolerate toleratervurrnted toleratea
0 a > rvurrnted > increase lafO in pension penaionar ren pensionartrrnnattOM on ontor
ar artrrnnattOM tor > i rrrraiion rnrlI OnA Th President Is I fol folq
e1 7 t he e prort prono d pension legislation legdalatianr
> r < ngr Ir r Mi + e with a ae much interest ahe ahef a he heI
I f n ror er r and IIn J harbor bill There has haaf h hr
f r tlk < ik of I inreate etllmaled at from fromnt fromp m motJ
p otJ m 0 1OIJOOorJO In tIM pension ppnalonILlo1
< and nt ih the President Pn idenl it la said d will willi
n > i ts IIlti rt f for then t Increases inert + es ai a a mean meanTaking meaMM
M Taking M I political capital capitalioth capitaltither apilalrIh
tither ioth r indication of President Taft TaftTniirn TnnIIIJrn Taftm
Tniirn m nunn a nm hi hI Administration re renil relCanlJo4 reautll1
lCanlJo4 < nil ii 0 ot popular clamor cJ tmor I Ie found by b
t fiend I tn rf r4e m n his hi list determination delermlnAllonUrid
+ and 41 f hr h ST + crtary of tbe Interior InteriorF
F Pc cr 44 ion nr1 M Mr r Balllnger Balllnpldnirea Balllnpldnirean desire desiren
u a m > n hi ha Cabinet It ia aid that thatf
f Le Pteirj PIinl nt ha h received ncti letter lott from fronii lro lroI fromtrc
trc I l a i many man part of the lb t country countryurOir count countr untryYResa
urOir r r t tmi t Sm lo 0 drop Mr Ballingwr allln r not nott notra
t ra e rrends bellovn that Mr Bal BalS at Rattae
S rt 1 clone anything that would wouldr wouldwra
wra Ir r narh 1rh act aclonbut ionbut but merely became bfIcet
to t 14 4 h tee + dead weight to the tb Taft TaftAnn
Ann r fn ration Inn To advice of this sort earst
1 I s + dec d tr has h sent the I b sternest kind kindrof
6f e < s t1 lclanng annc in effect ect hAt under undere
a a e irr Jrtaancea1II n arancea ancea will he de deert rt becretary
la rr becrr71
j ltIe M9RE M9REaaelerMH 9J1L11M3 UtV ev AAIf AAIfI t tlaaderbiN
aaelerMH > Umtt Nst es laC < of T Nai5l Kw Ne ta tatneiMrtrr IIIhe bethe
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tneiMrtrr tneiMrtrrThe he heI l esiretey esireteyThe
The grievance committee o uaIU of orbe th the train bailsmen trainmen tralDJnfft ¬
men and conductor Ct on th the Vanderbilt Vaaderblltroad Vanderbiltmute rbllt rblltroad
I
road west et t of Buffalo baaa be Q a rr rrftIfO peterMe cnefer cneferenc
enc Me yesterday m with ltb lcePm kePklftJt > Ment C C CScharf C8charf Cirharf
Scharf of the tI road Their deaaad deaaadar
ar are the me am that were made oa th the New NawYork x xork NewYork
York ork Central tnl Tho conference roDrlfI confereaebganarly confereaebganarlyyesterday baanrlr baanrlrre
re yesterday lerday trd in the Sew S York orlc Central Dtral Build Building BuildInc BulldJng ¬
Inc Fortyfifth street and Ieilagtoo Ieilagtooavenue 11IItftnte lanlegtonavenue
avenue nte and nd will be continued d todayGrand today todayI oda odaI
Grand Master Iee I Ie of the h trainmen tralll said saidIa saidlast Id Idla
I Ia last t evening that the tb men oa the a line linesare lineare IiMIII
are ready rtlId to strike trlk unle tinlesa a NUleUofot wit tenant I Ialh Ireacheur
1
reached reachedE alh 1 1E
E F Hark and nd P II Morriiwey 1Iml tlethlto thearbitrators the thearbitrator
arbitrator of the demand made on th thNew IhX the theNew
New X W York ork Central bard both skin skinyesterday Me Meyenterday wttnt
yesterday ttnt in the ca case e of th the demand of ofthe 0 0th ofthe
the th yardmen lmtD of the th Piiubitrff and Ink IalcKrie IAkForif InkBrie
Brie The road wa represented by Vice ViceFre ViePresident IfI IfIJldat
Fre President ldent Yohe oht of the P A L I P t and Vice VicePnwldent ticPresident Itt IttJId4nt
President Mclntyr rlnt of the Ih Brotherhood Brotherhoodof
of 0 Railroad t Iroa Trainmen Trln spoke u Gc > > ie on behalf liehalfof
of the yardmen yardmenThe ranlmenThe mm
The 111 award of the tb arbitrator in ex expected expected II IIprctd ¬
pected to be + announced tomorrow tomorrowThe 100110owIb
The Ib conference e between Vice 1fldfnt 1fldfntJ President
1 C Stuart tnrt of the Frie Railroad and the thegrievance thegrlerancr h hrIf811O
grievance committee of lt Its leeomotlrfirenien locomotive locomotivefiremen lMomoUfllfln
firemen fllfln n over the th demands d mand of nth the hitter hitterwa latterwas Itr ItrlImtd
wa reumed lImtd ye yesterday terdav ttrd but no settlement settlementwa
wa w rvachml and ntl the date d for another anotherconference anotbPrronff1tnC8 anotherennferenee
conference w will not lie 18 ftted C inlll the thecoinmltt therornmltt theeommlltee
coinmltt take ak up the question gne tIon of the tbecounter t tcountlr thecounter
counter lollOlltlon ro > o lti < > n made on lehalf of the Iheroad thtmad themad
mad roadIt
madIt
It wa a announced yenteniar on tahalf tahalfof hair hairor
of the Uhigh Valley 11 Railroad which ha hamad hamad hamade
mad agreement with Ith it engineer engineerfiremen fnld fnldn enRjnorsfruen
firemen n conductor and nd trainmen that it itha Ith ithas
ha h deckled to grant rant In it ha other em employee employees m mplo ¬
ployee plo including the th clerical fore forelucre fonoe1Rtrt foreiaerea
lucre es In wages > averaging about aboutper I cI1C > sper 1 1pr
per cent The Th new nl schedule hfdII U In gn 0 Into Intoeffect IntIrcl Intoeffect >
effect rcl on May 11 I IW4rCJKICT It 1ViRCIRJ
W4rCJKICT t Rt ItI1 T 4VCMV 011 t WSTXtJJINebpn WITVKW WITVKWta IT 14 14a
Nebpn a nMd IIA ta Trttlf TrittAplNI > la laAoatast Rllaiey Ss SsAgakuet
Aoatast XeKar XtPaeMargaret XeKarMargaret XrlWrp
Margaret Wrp Anglin tile actress ha be been beaubprenaed bHeauhJWlftaed beensubprnrud
ubprenaed ass as a witness wit In the I h case aplaat aplaatOuvu aaIstiratavue sga lost lostGuatarus
Guatarus F McRae W Ra8 of Hi 11 Broadway BroadwayManhattan roadw roadwlIanhtan BroadwayManhattan
Manhattan indicted for bigamy hI which whichwaa whlebbosua whlcbwas
was begun in Newark yesterday terd Timothy TimothyW Tl aothyW
W Aaglm who hl McKae de declares < Uree I Ia a abrother abrotbr abrother
brother of r th they i ad actress ct re U named by the theaccused tuCt1ICd lb lblmrud
accused man in a charge chr against one of ofthe 01tbe ofthe
the latter wives 1 Aa A the th Stale wa was not notready noread notready
ready read to go oa the case was postponed postponeduntil pt ptutlt
until utlt II May Wa 10 10The 10Th toThe
The Th Indictment lIt says that McRa mar married marred r rrled ¬
red Mary W Flinabeth Beer la New Yen Terkcity YenoIt Perkcity
city oIt on July Iul is IM8 I and Hose Spiro ia ioNewark iaNewark 10NfWuk
Newark on November n 199 while IM hi hifirst hy hiefirst hyII
first II wife wa still 1IIlh alive McfUe U McRadmltted McRadmlttedthat 1tu admitted admittedthat
that he h was married to both 1 1a women but butasserted Jutrtld butsmarted
asserted rtld that be b understood Me drat rat wife wifewaa wifewas 1 1ad
was dyad < ad > ad at the Urn be h roamed marneolala marneolalaIcltalt againMcRae again againMcRae
McRae avers that J b wa was forced to Inmarry tomrry tomarry
marry Hose Hplrn aa h he was about to toleave towav toleave
leave for Europe with her He alleges allegestbat allegesthat 11e 11etbat
tbat her father at the point of 0 a revolver revolvermade revolvermade ypl r I
made him go to Newark IY and JUI wed hU hUdaughter butdaughter lei leideulthtr
daughter Th The ceremony wa was performed performedby
by b Justice of the Peace William ta O OXI MIHer MIHerTbe IllkirThe crr crrTh
The defendant declared that h hmtd later laterlearned laterearned
learned mtd that he h had married before beforehe beto betoahe beforeshe
he became his bi wife He alleged oll tf that her herArst brrIt herfirst
first It hurhand wa w Holotnon Jtlft < Brenner Brennera
a rabbi rabbiMvlUe rs rabbiMelts bbl bblKcltA
Melts testified that he met Rose K Spiro Spiroat
at t tho Manhattan Square Hotel in New NewYork SwYork NewYork
York and nd two month before they tb tbmarrWod were weremarried weremarried
married he noticed her he friendly actionstowards actions actionstoward Ion Iontord
toward Anghn li lie loSd Id of 0 finding nnala R thepair the thepair lb lbIr
pair Ir together in a number of New S York Yorkholela Yorkhotels f1r f1rhot4I
hotels hotelsM11 holelaM hot4IHII
M HII 1 1 nt M I riViXXR1iill1 riViXXR1iill1Hush THK TN VIVVKI IRIItll IRIItlltt1Mta 4 II IIWarn
Warn erg ar Retrieved r Atrril d dInC > loHnil IsMadMr loHnilM
M InC lMlae8 hi H Ntrr er Are AreApral > re reIfffljl rlII
Ifffljl II Cj rda 111 y r triat nrte + s to Tn Tna Mrs Niirlx MrsLODOM
lx 1010001 > xixN April Aprll1 21 The Th continued im improvement 1mproVIlJltDI Improvemrot ¬
provement In the weather Iher ho h4a further furtherstrengthened rllrlhrIIlnnKtbtllHI furtherstrsngthenM
strengthened the hope of 0 saving Ylng the thesteamer tbenteamer t ttPSDlr
steamer Mmnehaha which ran nn the tbeSeal Ih IhflHl theHeal
Seal Rock icily Hclll Island while bound boundfrom bOUDeifrona busmdfront
from New S York orlc for London IxnulonIt
It is ii now poa pomible lhle lo discharge rwrgofrom cargo cargofront
front the t steamer tNUfl into boat alotiKokln alotiKoklnand
and th the jettlaotiing has he reamed reamedA r ed edA
A great quantity of valuable property propertystill PropPn1till properlystill
still lies I in several NT I fathom of water waterwhere wat watI waterwhere
I where wre it was thrown on previous f oue darn daysTh darnTli
1111 Tli owner ow of an automobile vainly IBI of offered orI offend ¬
I fend Heo to any n one on who bo would afro sal re ityesterday it ityeoterdav Itefda
yesterday efda It wa w jettisoned fod and are BOW BOWIlm IIOWIiN nowlien
lien In six ia fathoms fal a of water waterA wt wtA
A salvage I steamer is now on the U way wayto wavto
to 0 fondoa loed with a full cargo from the tbefiaaehaha the3linnehaha theMianehaba
Mianehaba uxludleg < 11111111111 IMIIM > worth of ofsilver 01Jlnr ofallvtr
silver or orftVK ore
oreF
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flit PrrMeal rr I1 rat < BrevaDt Hr a aS gskrtn gskrtnw IIItM IIItMIr
S Xew w Matrca MatrcaJn MstrtomJn Ir IrIn
Jn the th oteerag steerngeof It of the HamburgAmeri HamburgAmerican Hamburg < AJMrt American ¬
can liner President Grant from Ham Hamburg Hasur Hamburg ¬
burg ur were five young women w who be hecmma bee became
came e wive Itvn l okw airs mSi n < rf compiling J nl with withthe wilbthe hb hbthe
the requirements of the Immigration au authorities itsthorium u utborillft ¬
thorium thoritiesOne tborillftOae thoriumOn
One On of the bride bridegrooms groom Joseph Joee Dunkd Dunkdof
of late North Halstaad street It Chicago Chicagowho O1aotao
who tao soon will IN b be aa American dtlcen dtlcengreeted dll dllRIA eltivecgreeted
greeted BM sweet heart Anted tanen 1IIt 1IItor Pltrsaroe > tanenroM
roM of Stuttgart at t IB the pier > ir handing haadtegher hudlll hudlllher
her a big bl boo clues He wasted to 0 marry marryher manywould
her at oaee ee but wa w warn warntil told tbat t Aad b he would wouldhave wouJJhay
reatomwail ba baupon have to 0 wait It unhut uatll til U UII lalaad Ile bad 11 11UfIO paned paogjupon I
upon her cats She was permitted penIIktedoJ to toLwlwlg tolead I
J ad adLudI r rLudwt
Lwlwlg p WHd 7 da a ciUoea oILi of Terre Haul Haullook Raulelook Hauttook
look to 0 bin hoes a as hia bride bri4ellerBtMai Br Bertha BerthaHermaen ha haHermNw
Hermaen llerBtMai Carl Held who went to Or Ormany ormany Oeryy
many yy m July Jut Jute 01 to m t Cbriatta of his Sctasck Sctasckeaberxer 8dYJadEftMrIrW
eaberxer to tb 1Ie swesti sweet etMa beart t of hi tala boyhocd boyhocdfouod hoyttoedfOUBIIoo be ood oodfound
found fOUBIIoo too much uch red tape In his amity aatfTeIaDd amityland aariveland
land regulating marriage m and decided towait to towait 0 0alt
wait alt until h be got her to bar h re tb the orv csr csrinnnv oen
innnv performed Nee dropped dro 1 three threesylloiblea Ih IhjlsbIN threesrlahteayosterdaystwd l
srlahteayosterdaystwd sylloiblea yesterday iet 8d went eat f tools to hi bo bOfll4t bOfll4tIII e ein
in this at sky < tr AMa Htrpak of Bwlte Bwltefound Bm Bmlouad 1ler11efound
found Keraaa ArtBtaaa Artm o7 West w l 1reet 119th 119thpoet h hstreet
street reet wailing Ule for r < br at t tbe pier Me Hecould Meccndd MecovIcI
could not take tIRe bee away but called caltedtm for 1evher forher
her herrtineae at t EUa E Pia Iled aad mart her herAnmaca Mr MrArtroana
nle Maxhaso t
Artroana rtineae Mas Thorns im of o Chicago Chicagobroucbt CltI I Ibrougkt
broucbt brou L hi hla betrothed Fried Akmaae Akmaaein Ak Akhi 1
in with h him and eI they were united ac nocotdkng accordiBC aeI
cordiBC to 0 Amrica A wrt forma formaMaasaefMMCtl TomspNesaessletls
MaasaefMMCtl Rejects < frt Iha IonMnn tft Kr KrPovrex Nseriwtln NseriwtlnPosner nn < I 1 1ltoN
Povrex April 21 21Th Th House GUM todayvoted today todayvoted
voted down th he resolve reeol for an mead aaieadm meadmeet tockl d dmt
m mt il to 0 the Constitution prodding proda < for fortbe fortbe forthe
tbe initiative and referendum Ta TaMenate n ne flSenate
Senate e defeated the bill limiting the tbehour thehnun thehours
hour of labor of women and children childrenIn
In factories to Wryfour hear ho r a week weekPresident wHIrdfln weekPresident I
President dfln Tnadway cast cu his hi It vote against againsttb
tb the biD making i It a tie It at t11 18 to IS ISMr l3ale i iGNp8
Mr UH GNp8 to Him fr frPnturuu Btverre ElvereePnuar BtverrepHiLAOBLrai
pHiLAOBLrai Pnuar vrmta April 31 2111 Mn Fred Frederica Fred1 Fred1ilea I IIIrlca
erica Berwind Gilpin daughter of Chart1 Chart1K arsEo t7trle t7trleE
K Berwind the th coal operator opera tor today todaybegan todal todaytepn
began divorce prnodlnga pr odingg a a onst t her herbusbandCharlea berbuabaDdcharI betbtnhasd
busbandCharlea btnhasd luatles Oilpin Gilpinld 3d Tb paper paperIn PAPMfII papersIn
In tb lae c4 c have ba ordered impounded impoundedhy wjdedthe
hy y tb the court and the attorney refm refmto rrfwto
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Meaey W MI aa a grower I t ta FMraWi FMraWiMere I PtwskduMere
Mere le Bealt 11 NHh Ma Hi Many Werrtuat WerrtuatA M t tman
A man whose WbO card read d Dr Ludwig LudwlgDarmstadter Iudwl Iudwlrtler LudwigDarmetadur
Darmstadter rtler journalist representative raprssentativeof pNnttre pNnttreor
of European Furopn papers pp TI0 Itl Central avenueCleveland avenue avenueCleveland anufI
Cleveland clnd Ohio Olo and who ho ha b has been I at atthe atthe
I the h New Xe Amsterdam Amterm Hotel Hotl for severalmonth several severalmonths eynl eynlmntb
months mntb was arrested rt last I night by b Lieut LieutWcConvlUe Lt Lttclll LiwtMcConyllle
WcConvlUe tclll oa the ti ground that ba be b bas b been bsenselling bn bnllq beenselling
selling llq HO t railway mi mileage mlla books to New NewYork Se SeYork NewYork
York merchants mrbnu for In 17 and al ha k bee beelow bees beesslow
low 10 in making deliveries erin in ca ni case < where wherehe h hhe
he collected clttl l in advance advanceThe advanceThe han hanI
I The T charge rhaa against Uarniatmller Imlt4dler on the thePolice lb lbPolies b bPUe
Police PUe Headquarter blotter hlotr Is obtaining obtainingtain obtalnlnII <
II lean by b trick and ad device deTi from frm the lb firm rm ofZucker of ofZirker of7lrk
Zirker 7lrk A Joaephy h Til Broadway but hit tho thocomplaint thotDlpint thecomplaint
complaint tDlpint la i mad by McConvill 11conym himself himselfHe himrle
He le declined dln to say tot night who road roadths mdbe mad1h
ths c complaint cmpllnt against a < lnt Darmstadter Dartdter who whoatys wboly whoaya
atys ly h he calls ni himself Doctor Dor hearts heciitsehe heartshe C11 C11f
he f has ha hl ben a I rabbi rabb McConvIlle 1IfoDvle declaredhe declared
he b would wil call e1 many man merchant mrbat to court courtlo < u
to testify IIlr even though they lb might mlalt not 101 bewilling be bewilling I
willing iln lo lie I regarded repre a aa complainant rorop4ainantaLieut complainantLieut NNJllnant NNJllnantl
Lieut l ut McConville ltvlft said 11 merchant m nhaat who whohad ho hohad 10 10hd
had dealing Alnr with wih Iarmsu l farmtdpr > arm tadter ul pr sail that thatthe thtthf thatthe
the latter professed to t be > in touch tOIK1 with withplblictlon wih wih1IIIktlon whitpIhliemtlon
plblictlon and advertling sdverti ing
1IIIktlon IyrlIna concernsthat concerns concernsthat COtm COtmtht
that tht took tok mileac mlaC hooks hook from lrl the Iho rail ratlroadu rai railroads
roads rd In payment pymnt for advertising and nd that thathe tbathe thth
he h generally CtrI paM r alt ibeso tb concern 114 114or 114or Iltor
or IIS St for fo the Jo r liook hool and ad could lld accord acconlIngty accordIngly I IIncl
Ingty sell 1 them tlm at t II 117 17 and a make a good goodfront coodIrnt goodprom
front Irnt Thl cut lt rate rat was 1 appreciated pplII by byIhe bythe
the h concern Conttl that employ tII0 a number oftravelling of oftravelling 0 0Ira111
travelling Ira111 salesmen ame and nd McConvlllo culo aid saidhe aidhe Id Idhe
he had b learned Iarne that ht Darmstadter OrmrcUr tuwallydelivered usually usuallydelivered uAual
delivered dU a few r books likt at ft In 17 each Ah to provethat prove provethat pTe pTett
that tt he h could tld get p them and ad took a a huge hugeorder lp lpon largeolder
order on for lo mileage mll woks tik at In 17 and an got < 01 01rhrck a acheck acheck
check in advance dYat on representation rtpnlton thatthe that thatthe ht httbl
the concerns nm he h wan w dealing dtaID < with wih w anted antedmoney at atm autetlmoney
money m before br they II Sent nt on the book bookHe lrb lrbU lookslie
He U haw h been n spending odla bh b evenings ln8 at the theHnfbrau t theHottrsu
Hnfbrau Innru Itau 121 11 1211 1 Broad Hryb Hroadwaywhere way w here he hewan IM Isewas
wan wln In touch ulh with wih a number nlrlMr r of comnen commercial commercialtraveller ommI1t ial ialtraveller
travellerMCConnlll traveller travellerMcConvIlle t raT I I1cI1i
McConvIlle 1cI1i said Id that railroads 1 are ar notpermitted not notpermitted aotplt4
permitted plt4 by the lh h Interstate Commerce CommerceCommission rOluar CommerceComnulsslon
Commission omnlMo to Issue lel mileage nIle In exchange ex exchange II IIrbnp ¬
change for fo advertising drtlan cr r for anything
but mesh and nd that tbt representative JtatIYH or i > f the theTrunk Ih IhTrlnk theTrunk
Trunk Trlnk Inc IJQt Association IAtl < 1 would testifyagainst testify testifyagainst
against 10 Dflrmstadler DflrmstadlerThe Dmwtdlt
The Te detective catNI heard III from one o firm ftm Hint HintDann thtDannAdtr IlntDanna
Dann DannAdtr ridter profei professed pr ed to have by got 10 overnighty over overeighty ovrI
I eighty ezbt mileage ml4 books on the th New X Haven Havenrailroad laYfn laYfnrrd ha ten
railroad rrd from frm publishing Plbilln firm fr and n waa waaeahiNUng wa waeshlhitlna W Webllltn
eshlhitlna ebllltn a letter 1t1 from m the tb lllinoi lhnoo Inter Intertale IlItrIIa Interstate
tale lUllwav IIa Rude Cud of u Chicago CI I which whichinquired whle whichinqulrwi
inquired wither WIhr he 1 olld mild handle hfl any anymom n nInen
more mom InterchangMihl Inen ld rrileace 11 books bk and nndspoke 1M 1MIke andspoke
spoke Ike of IrsnsmUtlng the b four rOlr orders cn he hehad h hI hebed
had hd sent t In The lntosaaaag hl look Imokare I Itd
care I are sold td for ro tX by IMrnmtadler IJmltdt and a for form ro
m 1 s by h the Ih nltroad MI d McConvite ci smut salillieiit smutIiun It
lieiit r McCoovllU kOIt eave out Olt a IM I lt of offirm Ir IrtlAt ofArms
firm that tlAt bar tAT had ad dealings dln with Pana Panasukker l rnr ann anntjdter
tjdter tlr In various vr arrounu ounl Among Amongthem mong mongthem mon month <
them th are a I ISmn Newman A Son corset CI CImallfvt corsetmanutuprwr > t tmanufactitreni
manufactitreni mallfvt Fourth rtlrth avenue anl and andMchteenth Ind IndUttHnth andLighteenth
Mchteenth street II In in rWhbeimer rWhbeimerFlschel lhblr r rFiehl
UttHnth
Flschel A Co 71 Tie Rniad Hntutnar > ar r It 3 rnhen rnhenloldknann < oh on onOndann n nOoldtnann
I Ooldtnann Ondann A to o et7 ftl I Broadway a lisa lisaand It
and n a representative of r that concern concernU ccwut erun erunpis
pis > > U Julia tatl netheinv olhlr r A Co i n + 91 t Fifth Fifthnxenue firthavenue flh flhnl
avenue nl tea M the H I A O C > r rset e IInnln IInnlnt11 t ompany nmpanyr11 ompanynil
nil t11 F F taut lal A Co I Uw flI Irt1 KrankenrUl KrankenrUlUrn trnknrld trnknrldlr
Urn lr S7I and nd Ml I Strafe a represent representative representtie nt ntII ¬
tive II tie of f Klrkenfeld II nrfld Ktra Ilral lrsut < i t Co 0 1567 1567Wlatr r r rInquiries
Wtr street 5B 5BInquiries
Inquiries Inqllr at the various alol railway rlw ticket ticketrtfflreu IckI IckII ticketnmres
rtfflreu in the Ih L McConvltle
I tr city rl by ronl unwed bimetithat hnO
that DarmMadter l > tatr had paid Jd out < lt over overhml r
J 1101 hml 1 mi cash b for mileage mlw hooks 11b the th deter ktecJ It ItI
I J live said II I understand Intnd that these thesewere Ih IhWfrt thesewere
were tined II u sul for fo making mlac sample pl deliveries deliverienf JIrl
nf 0 cut Clt rate ral book f to < > the th mrct maan merchant merchantIIutt nt ntI >
I 1 IIutt lent Mct UcConvtlln Neon1 onvilb told to the privxier lrhr prisu iser tint tlatif
if be b really alr had the contract rontr with th pub publUhlng puttllhing
lUhlng Uhlnl haws h he h wound w < 11 bw I t relea released el at atonce atonce r ro
once o on o offering orlnK proof rrr of ll I and that thatproceeding IhalJJtnp Shatproceedings
proceeding JJtnp would olad lie I taken again pint the therailroads Iherailroad Ih Ihrlr
railroad rlr rut r trading tflnK th the mileage nI4 IxMkx Iwskafar IxMkxfix
fix MlvertUing artlln ttarmsta lh lrIIr > rmtJwtvr ha r aid Id h hhad hha is ishad
had ha a wife wl and ad el ndgut IIIt ht children 1IIn In Ctevlainl Ctevlainlttlti rlevelandRJii ylald ylaldBi
ttlti Bi IftHri IHfF ill M UT I IT 5riVlfT 5riVlfTKalncrsae SIIftPKathetse IIT IITtb
Kalncrsae tb Clemmeo Ir IJstihJ MSJ J Ha HaCtalM U UI Ida1Iahe
CtalM ea Her I la Mparles MparlesWrHlaw spurlmWilliam 1 1WI
William WI C C Woodward Wowrd better IMtt known knownas klown klownB
as Big B Hawley Jawle warn w directed dlrd yesterday ye NI NII tenlay
by I Mupreme Hp C Court 0 > un Justice Jalee Uerard Urd to tofuralsh tlrumW tofurnish
furnish rumW a hill bl of o particulars Jlcla to Mrs Jra Kathtine Kath Kalhertoe lth lthe
tine OeniRiona Gould la hi h4 suit ml
e CfmO Guld I hl wi against againsther pnt pnth
her h to recover lyt S143O 4 for f < money alleged allegedto Ip
to have been b Men to 0 her h between b March MarchI 1Iam 1IamI
I and ad Heptember p lr I Jt lee M in I England EnglandMrs Slar
Mrs Kr Ctould Ikld Quid declare that ha Woodwards Woodwardsallegatiods WuodwandaHgstine WwardUi
allegatiods Ui of loans Io to her he are r unquall unquallfledly Uqul Uqull tmqualiAedlr
fledly l fate f and a were maaufact maulaur manufactured tired and andtrumped ad adtrp andtrumped
trumped trp up for lo ulterior ultri purposes purposesWoodward pu puWoa purposesWoodward
Woodward Woa put pt In an afldavit ldt in which whichh wich wichh
h he declared that he had already
h d th h ba alr stated statedall al l lI
all al the t fact la la I connection Olo with wlh the th loans loansHo lo loanHo
I Ho save n they th were w to have been t paid paidback pd pdb paidback
back b by b January Ju I IS JM but bt that oa 0 her herrequest herrequest
be b extended the b dale of
request re de de pay payment p7 paymet ¬
met to IMS I + At that time tl be l was in inAuburn InAubm inAuburn
Auburn Aubm prison p b b be declares dl and ad Mrs MrsGould MrsGould ra raO
Gould O sent Nt two agents agentsW W N Wilkinson Wilkinsonof Wlkf
of o New York Yok and ad oa one Douglas D of Boa Boston B BoaConasking ¬
ton tu Conasking aakiag for ro a further fuh extension extensionwatch eeo extensionwhich
watch wldo h b he gave p SB Se She beaged b seta l thoroughthem through throughthem thra
them b not n to furnish fur nick say In bdortlo information format loo to toany 10AhIt tony
any ny c et at about iit NT J h he said 1 sod h prom promised Pr promised ¬
ised le not no to tell tU anything anythingLIKE Uyls UylsC81TGI aaytbiagCtt11LECE
C81TGI Ctt11LECE LIKE F WEST WP FfT T roivr JoXTRe roivrKrroatateaaew NUT NUTI
Re Krroatateaaew I rr f Aral by byMarshal b Va FkM FkMMarshal
Marshal h KHrlMVMr KHrlMVMrirtrHt IH IHco MHelwser5d
irtrHt rM co DnptUM re Tn T TI Itv ItvLoKDOK Mnr MnrLoxaoN
I LoKDOK LJD April Apl 2A 21A 21 A memorandum toum In Inregard Inrp inregard
regard rp to the ti de defence of o Australia Au drawn drawnup drwn drwnup
up b by Lord L Kitchener KII aa a result rt of his bisroceat h hisrecent
recent tour o of inspection Ilon of that tlt Com Commoowealtb C Commooweaith
moowealtb b published pb Lord L Kitchener KitchenerreoomaMRd Ilter IlterI Ltchnerrecommends
I recommends the h establishment ealWt of on onAustralian a anAustralian
Australian Arl military mt college 0 on o tb tl the lines linesof l Un Unof
of the I American A rle academy 01 at West Point Pointwhich Pnt Pointwhich
I whic which bo b visited ylt the t other o day M Heeetl Heeetlmate H He Mi Mimatees t
I mate m that tht mom lo troops tr will wl bo b required requiredfor r
I for the tb defence of the b Commonwealth CommonwealthStoat Comot
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i CIXCIXXATI C cnncan April Apl 21 21ln In the United UnitedSlate Unite UnitedStaten
Slate St Court Con at Covington Ky K the I jury ju
Iin In the night Ilgt riders rd case C of o Frank I Eckler Ecklerof Ele Lc ler lerof
of Harrison Ia county cnt agAinst farmers fa of ofPendleton ofPendleton I
I o Pendleton P dlen county tty brought Ilht pn in a verdict verdictof o i
of guiHy against Inl etc of as Us te defendants defeadcntathJ cCnctl a
I I a thJ o tl CJI erenlng them t IIIC 1 plactas plq a al o tamp fiat t of o fl 1 z c eo eothem I
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C Cart art t1ntf HwlMlel tlM 2a aajlftX V a Fair FairVsHMtle F limeYalsattta
VsHMtle After tM tKhlt Itr Are re Pill PnWCRICAOO PW PillCNlcaao
CRICAOO April Api 2tInter SKlntrreeting 1latrflnl eting figure figureof fl flof fignrsof
of the estate ate left I by Ihe tb late lat Manhall Uatsba11Feld ManhallField Itlhl
Field made known today when whenJ whenJudge
Flld were w md 1000 1 wbn
J Judge Ju fUnaker Ikr In I I tlCouot the h County Court ur entered entereda fN I
a decree dH in the tb inheritance In rlDC t tn litigation litigationwhich IIaton IIatonwblch litigationrhkls
which has b ha been WD appealed ppl1 to the fluprtfmni fluprtfmniCourt fllrNm uprme uprmeCourt 1
Court Cllr Th The T decree d find fd that tbt 111 II the fair fairma fairmrbl t tmarket
ma mrbl market rket value yhl of I he estate tte was W3U8Ofi7 H7us0127t tO
3 3 7t Legal deductions dhlt1lnA on account arunt of debts deHsclaims 11 11ClhD debtsclaim
claims ClhD trust fund flntc and < varioc rlol fee feetotalled fMtotI fees feestotalled
totalled totI I41M373 1IN 3 M I Till il amount In Included 10chllt1 Ineluded ¬
eluded chllt1 1000000 1101 pakl pid to the b widow Mrs MrsDelia 1n MrsDelia
Delia olo S Field tlh tinder 1lrr an antenuptial antenuupollsnot antenuptialcontract anlnlpIAI anlnlpIAIn
contract contractThi snot n t n et etThis
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This leave laY the nt ne value lh of the I estate enlaleIT9r Ha HaDt estate17s2s2SSt2
IT9r 17s2s2SSt2 Dt 2ti U Ta rase ra xc on n cn eh cash h legacies legadeaamounting legaciesamnnnting Ia Iamcmntin
amounting mcmntin < to tl ttomwO fO hnve II l Ill teen cti fully fullypaid hillyI hillyC11F 111
paid 111 I
C11F i W tivir IT WFIL win I tii tiifMirl ulr ulriurl
fMirl t IHmlMe I Intttelmenl IaIU I mlcr mlcrHrrnrr Iln IlnHr NMMt NMMtHrew
Hrrnrr Hr Hrew rr Wa en e Trial TrustThe TrialThe Tr TrTt
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The Tt care rt against Join lYls W I of the Ihebrewing tb tbhrlna thebrewing
brewing Inn of Well el A 7erwick who whohaa
hrlna ln I
has b l sec a on trial in II the th Kiiirem Hnpreme Irme Court Courtin ourlIn
in Flushing FI hlna on I an n Indictment hllme charging charginghim 4rI
him bnl with ilh having hainl presented a fraudulent fraudulentdoctimunt frauudulantdoiumont rlllhlt rlllhlttOlmut
doctimunt tOlmut in n a I rand lanl Jury Jur collapsed collapsedyesterday rullapsedreatenlar laS1 laS1ytnl
yesterday ytnl when hen Jtwlice JItN Clark Clrk dlamlMed dlamlMedthe lll 1 1i
the i IndictmentJustice Indictment IndictmentJustice Int mo
Justice JIIt Clark CIk look lok the th ground Jolud that thatDeputy Ihat011t1 thatDeputy
Deputy 011t1 Atlonieytienersl AtonlU Nathan VWaver VWaverwho Vklaterwho IyN
who ho conducted the tle investigation InnIIAton for Ihs IhsoflBc tbeol theoll4ce
oflBc ol of 0 the th AttorneyGeneral ral two wo yearn yearnago yeeraago MI MIco
ago co exceeded aC1 hi instructions intrlflu when 1 he hedigressed h hUII hedigrrsewl
digressed UII from the tb Rlssena KI Park investi investigation inYMt investlgation ¬
gation plon and n1 look tok up II criminal t1lnl1 matter matterwhich mI tuatturawhich
which devetoMd dlvlol in the tb course roln of the theInvestigation tb tblallatol theInvestigation
Investigation lallatol but which were entirely entirelyseparate entirelyseparate 1111 1111par
separate par from rrm the tht sale I of 0 the Ih park lo the thecitv tiltcity b bcit
city citvIt cit
It 1 was w admitted lmIUt1 by h both aide el Ilatwelx that thatWelx thot I
Welx 11 hail ltr nothing to do with llh the sale of ofthe ortb ofthe
the tb park prk but bl II was a brought hrulht l before 110 < the theIrand tb thusnod i iOrd
Ord nod Jury Jlr during durin the h investigation ivtl lo togive to togive 0 i idy
give testimony Mtlmon regarding an n alleged allI11 I Iawilgnment
assignment of mortgage mI leqlittol tfltl l to 0 by byJoeeph 11 byJotrph
Joeeph Ilh Bermel Bm l then PresMeut 111 of If QuierMBorough Queens QueensBorough Q Qr
BoroughImmeullaldy Borough BoroughImmediately r
Immediately Jmlafltll following folowilr Justice JU Clarks Clarksdecision Clrk ClrkllfIlo Clarksderlaion I
moved di diml dis dismiss
decision llfIlo counsel oln for Nets to I ¬
miss ml ml an al indictment 10dlllt for perjury pJu against againstWeln againstVela ant antWII
Vela WII growing ln out olt of the tb name RI testimony testimonyThe tlalonyT
The T matter mH was continued cfth 1 U to > Monday 1011 of ofnext urna ofnest
next week weekCounsel wHkolll weektounsel
Counsel olll for George G8r f f laser 01 who wlioacted whoacted lo loJJ
acted JJ as an n agent left in the th1 sale and ad received receiveda riyt
a commission rommlo of seoneo Nn and who ho houDde warn waaalso warnaieo
also under uDde indictment for perjury made maden
prJur maf mafmto
n mot mto motion Ion loilismtM to olmlu the belndl Indict Indctment ment mel against againstGhxer againstOker pn
Ghxer and an I action nn this tb wa was also S d dfurred de deferred 1 1Cf
furred Cf until unll Monday MondaySVITII MondayOI uda uda6IJI11
6IJI11 OI DW1Y SVITII TI A AHe 1 l R111E R111EHr nlIF nlIFH
He H wa > He HI Hefted t End III Ills I llai Ita at atIerneM atloraeH
IerneM mH bat tbe tllt Fa late I r Beereert NeererdAtherwLe NeererdAtherwLeIth tbt atherw Ue UeIttlACA
IttlACA Ith ACA April Apri 21 1 In A 1 letter 1Cer to lorf lorflirt Prof ProfHurt ProfHurt
Hurt lirt G Wilder Wldft on o of 0 hi 11 his oldest ollt friend friendin lr friendsin ad adin
in the th Cornell ro1 faculty Goldwin Nmlth Nmlthwrite Hmthwrlr tknthwrites
write from Toronto tluit tllt he fear he will willtiave wl willhave
hay to give up hi h Pits hope h to tt end d lute hi day dayat d dt daysat
at t Cornell rotll i University ty for lo he says a he hI is Iho a ahopeless ahop
ho hop hopeless les cripple From hi his > home hor a f i tle tleGrange > e eOrange
Orange Ornl he writer wrt as a follow followlT 010
dIT lT 1 l 11 Iran > rR Winrn Nn A run cun1nll i > ratil + r rr Fart Fartof > rt rtof
of r the h time 1m ln Ines inv arcMent IrrI n ha h > tern ternpout neniprnt bn
pout 1 In lne Innpevtty rtlr If not nf ln + etIttllty i lb > Ilt sod sodtht IM IMthi n nIhI
thi I rein I mu nur t hove bl appeared In I Inllh s stnher anumhr
nllh numhr tnher of my In riend frtenda who ho h have e enl > I me meIrltero I mePetters
Irltero nf enndolenee hdol unmindful Inmlndlul of their theirklmlne theirkindne Ir IrInln
klmlne Inln which bt I ran axure eun rt Toil air 01 I weI w 1 very rrtffr Y veryfr r rrr
fr from beinc In tr trrept ept 1 niv h acknotdg acknotdg10ents rli loI loImn io < l l lrnrnl
rnrnl tur or vinir vourrlf urtII Hf s as one of lho I that e lo n whom whomff whomthey homtt
tt they ff nr Ire club lih lh the Ih aiistenl tI ren reason on due dueIt < lnell hl hlI
ll I wn was 1 my hope hop that Ih I should boi I end nd HIT dart dartIt < l Iaro r rt
It t Cornell 1nrn d nnmnc Annnl ih h > fr lrnd frendhnm < n < 1 liom I hoe hoeT h htlol harenever
never T tn toaoffn tlol aatt on n and nd terhar xrh rhI i > In n nlil nl hi i ilill1 us usiidlpa
iidlpa lill1 dl where h r I pt ii liiretj roil In lnv ue seI e II IIII nc ncIII atsuit
suit III II llvnr Hut Ih the Ih rr 11 hate ha ashrclel ashrclelThey < Hhr l l lIher
1h They hope to lo > M t me I iloon d n laim Ia IHI IHIeven Intlvq
even I They I II he mi ij a hnrwkee hoj Inl el cripple rrippleI ilp
1 III 1 Ocut lieMntI I end ne bond < l ll lhieHIof Ihw II Kle id of ulllI ulllIF the lake lakeTver takeVt
Tver F Vt > errs n nif 111 1105 t lii 1 Ibseretr IbseretrLolnwiS Trelr TrelrCuinwiN
CuinwiN n4ITmVutn HUITH HUITHVden Mwnl I
Vden Goldwiu Smith was w a professor professorof 1If
of 0 history bio at I Cornell University Cnhlt lace II to
172 JI7 he h lived for a lime 1m In the th old 01 01CII Isscedilla CMS CMSntdllU I
cedilla CII bnildine 1IIin si t one of time the only onlydormitory onlyIlonnllo onlydotinitory
dormitory Ilonnllo or o large 10r rooming rolnr hot hOI > hereIruf here hereIrof IlfOn
Irof Burl 8ll > Wilder klr was a I ineml Itmlr menlnr > er of ofthe ofIt ofthe
the It or original > Kinil faculty 18dt and has always alw alwlal1 re noniaiuul remaiiieil
maiiieil lal1 here living UIII In I the Ih old ol dormitory dormitoryTIM dourII
TIM II nlT7Rr vr irr TJuMaser THK THKMs Til 1H 1Htlr
Ms tlr Maser > f r i ehynnr > n o r Itrply Ir la an KtangrlUI KtangrlUIMile acrUI acrUIII
Mile II Slants anl nt Iw lo t se < e the ll Ntreel NtreelMayor NireetsMayue
Mayor laTlt Caynor lyno uynor reviving hlnl yesterday yesterdaylo trda
lo a 11r lt leltr ter sent t to him by the Rev Thorn ThomasM ThornM Tom Toma
M a Chalmers hlo of the th Jewish J wl Kvangelira Kvangeliralion nlba nlbatl
lion tl Society MI imMng murk lo ing for a license IICM to t preach preachin 11Cb 11CbIn
in the Ih trees r11 of the th city rtT for or the th purpcxbt purpcxbtof Imr
of f curirtrtitut n runtl in vert in i Jews to t Chrintiaiilty wrote wrotethl wrotethis re rethl
this thisItivtarsn thl
ltivrnrxn ItnIrn son 1 nun n n Am RI It I seems eem mo mome to tome tome
me that thin 11 work wrl of r procelrtlrlnc rII1ln from fromother lromohr fromether
other ohr religion rrl and at Sect II l Is < very r often oftenrsrrled ollnrrrd oftenreared
reared rrrd Ion 1 fsr Do 100 von not 10r think Ihlll the Ih Joitu JoituNve JOII Jeetahave
have a good ooj G religion lllon7 Have I not the Chri Chrietiaaa Chritl nt ntlaa
tl laa tiaaa > a appropristwl Iropra the lb entire oi lewldi w Sacred Sacred8crlptureT Br SacredScrlphtre
8crlptureT IrlpII7 Ws not the tb New Testament Tedsmealslso
slso 1 written rilen eullrelr tl br Jewr Jew 7 Was W not notJeeu 10 10I PoiJMU
Jeeu I also a born br of l the Ihe Jtwish f Iwla wlb rate rC If III I m mak may mayspeak r rvpesk
speak ak of f It I with wlh du due dUl reverence ar7 Did not nolrIa we weChrUflan webnltlans
ChrUflan rIa ret I much or the th meet m of what whatwe
we w have from lrm the th Jew Why Wb should an anone A sty styone
one 0 work Worl so 1 hard hn to proelrtlta prlrl toe Ib Jew JewHI Jw7HI JewHI
HI pure 1 belief 1l In Ihe lb b one true llvln lhl living fled Hodcome Oo fledcotss
come doa tots to u I even 1 from lr Ihe Ih twlll twlUh ht of ofFable 0 0lahle offable
Fable and ad I is one on of tb tb unbroken lineages litestsand IMe IMead
and ad tnullllon rllon nf the world worldI
I do not no think I should give Ye you 01 a license licenseto lcn
to preach fh for r the conversion of Ihe tb Jswto Jew JewIn e eIn
In the tb streets In the th thickly settled lled ttled Jewish JwtbD Jewishneighborhood Jewlhneighborhood
neighborhood D Ihbrhlo which whd you ou designate designateWould dHp dHp1Old designateWotd
Would you not no them and do
1Old 1 annoy an ad more morenann m moreharm
harm ha than Iba oood Mow loW maarJew 1 many Jew hare bO bar you roticonverted youcoovcned
converted cotrf so e far la Very tr truly trl your yourW yourW 0 0Y
W Y J UATXOR UATXORIMVriiB 0 0TFB OATMORHi1XTFN
IMVriiB TFB Hilt HIl HtVK BItE Reich KtCKtnrrtlve Reichtaetive UCI UCIHI1
tnrrtlve Amrrleaa lilies HI1 HI1r HI1p Meshes aal aalvatlsei dalntLn <
vatlsei Army r Wwdww la leaden taileaAffft leadenrart
Affft + p rart mare I nttfH cl Ie < Tea T Sex SexMxwrx S ProsloNOox
Mxwrx ID April ApI2A 21 21A A man who gave ye the thename thename benme
name nme of Alfred Alrt Lewis and and1 who after a1 pay paying p paying ¬
ID ing the customary roma ten tt ousts Ct4 was w turned turnedout tufld tufldot
out ot of a Salvation RIYIlon Army Ar abettor o because becausebe bU
he wanted a to sleep ef in the t bed b with ltb his hisciothe II IIcoh hiselothrw
ciothe on and when not allowed to do
coh o n lt alof d so soamaehrd 1 sosmaelwd
amaehrd a window wa in police
lu ind plc court courtthia or courtthis
this tbl morning morningLewia mon morningLewis
Lewis IIa said ad h h be didnt ddt like lk the tl looks Ik of 01 hi hifellow his hisfellow
fellow rello lodger loe H thought bu they tbe were werea
a lot of crooks nk He le If added addedAs a
Aa an n American citlsen and
Amee dlll ad a friend friendof rrltd rrltdor
of King Edward Jdwrd i distant dat one O I admit admitI al
I a searched f my m right rlht aa an a American n dUren citi citizen oIUEe ¬
zen Ee and demanded dtmndf compensation etlo I 1wanted Iant Iwanted
wanted ant my m ten t cent et back bk I saw men menbehind m menbehind
behind bhnd the glass and nd smashed a it damaging damagingtheir dmln dmlntbr <
their tbr faces rU but bt not nt my m l flat flatLewin sLe sLeLewis t tli
Lewis li was w jlaed five shillings all lea J tb tbten the tbeCt theten
ten cent which b he had paid for f hi hie
Ct wbcb b pd < h big lodging le lelop bigdata ¬
lop and ee which wbe tb the helt HagUtrol said ad should ahouldhave aud audun shouldhave
have been b returned uk to bias
iiAu CiAMttSlMUfFTlELLEICO CiAMttSlMUfFTlELLEICOr CAI = IThIFrr II mnllC mnllCf cot cotRRAiNWAS
RRAiNWAS NRI f INN HM Iif IifTN
r TN 8 HKfHMAWXK HKfHMAWXKA REHMNlXIflAdelsery rI rIAcl
A Acl Adelsery tMr Heard e1 rheBr n Ph Er We G Mea MeaWormed We Werrate W WC
Wormed rent C m Hetveal hest 1 aim WW WWPair SINIs 1
Pair Is KM Men Bar Wen Pete PneerMn r 1 1Star
rMn u Star U ties flawr I m mThe l ndllla ndlllaThe 11 11T
The T Teff To TeRI Weller Wel Company Cpn wholesale wholesaledealer who1 who1LII whoealdealers
dealer LII la I dry d good at 1 124 J 3 to 330 Broadway Broad Broadway BrO BrOY
way Y 0 ona < > 0 of f the oldest ot house boU In this tbl line linein li linein
in the Ih city dt la J to undergo Ilcrs reortealxatlon reortealxatlonIt fpbatl
It I U I I staled I that tbl lit be company cp I la a perfectly perfectlysolvent perfectlysolvent el elat
solvent at with wih ample ple mate to 0 pay pY all 11 tn tncreditor the tbelo thectedlto
creditor lo fa i full ful and ad balsam bt I Ia going goingon
on a a usual wit without bout Inter Interruption nipt loo In Inth Inth n nthe
th the red it U said that the company companyiKMigtit companybought
bought 11011 alar a tare took of o good last fall fallla railIn tallIn
In anticipation of a big Lualnes tills tillsspring tI thisspring I Ieprloc
spring with th the h return of prosperity to Intbe totbf tothe
the country COlInt Busines wan good for a awhile ablle awhile
while blle but it h t hsa fallen 11 off coaaideraldy coaaideraldyto
to the last twit t months Iba and the th company companywas DYIIPbkt >
was iiu unable able tn t dispose d of the stock a aspeedily u u1Iptfd asspeedily
speedily 1Iptfd i I as a expected expectedll t s pC1NIt
ll issaidtiibetbepurpote 1lIid I said tn he the purllf pnrpoarof uf IJ She Ih com company cotnparry ¬
parry now 110 to liquidate thl Mock within withinthe withinIhe withinthe
the n neat it thirty day da if possible and nd offer offerIfttgalna offrrcaln oilerI
Ifttgalna I rcaln a u inducement t In i buyers buyersArrangement IIIIY IIIIYArran buynArrangetneola
Arrangement Arran t It la I Mated aed have h1made bees beeamade beesmade
made with a trust company r for whatorer whatorermoney whatovermoney htotrmon
money mon the tt company require fur 11I the thepresent thepsreent be bePlfRt
present While the liquidation of the thestock taestock heIork
stock on hand Ia I In progress 1110 purchase purchaseof
of goods 01 by b the e company will 11I be confinedto confined
to u small amounts to fill fllliu in order orderTo ord ordTo ordersTo
To put the th affair rI of the company Cml before beforeli beforethe or orII
II the li public correctly IOrrld I and 01 to set at t reef reetany reefn restally
any n rumors circulated in n the dry d goods goodatrade OOIlatrade goodstrade <
trade the Tell Weller Well Company ompanY made madethin mdeI madetill
thin I statement at tMnt yesterday yesterdayThe
The Th dIce of this I bl company Cmn have havedecided beIWW havedecided
decided to put their affair 1 In Intlre the beat beatpoMlble lwetpolble beetpossible
possible condition for the purpose Irl of oforgaolratJlJID f re reorganisation teorganIratha ¬
organisation In the he near future flltu Posl PoslI Poellire
I ire InturanfH assurances are given that the lie smuts aaeetaof
of the concern are largely in eicen IS of oftheir 0 0Ibelr oftheir
their debta 1tL and that all bill bill1II will IM b paid paidan
an a they t b mature matureAn mI matureAn uno unoAn
An adri advinory u y hoard baa been hC n formed formedconltiaR formedconsisting
consisting of Messrft A I I JuiliUrd of ofA ofA ofA
A D Jullllord A Co Corneliu C meliu N Bli Bliof lilies Dltof
of BliMi Pabyan A Co William Ito U F PHaloes FlIaIa FHale
Haloes lIaIa of I Irroce < awrenca A Co o C U I Raiisher Raiisherlate Hallhlat Hausherlate
late lat of ore C L Bauaher Ida usher A Co and Woodlxiry WoodlxiryI WuodIHI WuodIHIIAucdOD Wuudbuirylangdon
I aiigdon < of Joy angdon I < A Co CoIt CoIt CoIt
It to understood laac that tb for the lime limebeing timebeing Im Imbtln
being btln < their purchases purd > will 11I lie confined to tomall 10aJl tosmall
mall araouata merely merel filling In toGeorge Inoor inGeorg
George oor C Clarke president of the thectoupaity Ihecowpau thecompany
company said Id that the statement ttmfnl coveredabout covered coveredabout OOnrdbout
about all 11 the tb company cared to 0 may ta at atpresent atpresent t tOe
present The company ia absolutely absolutelysolvent aIJAohtlaoIylle absolutelysolvent
solvent aoIylle he said 11 and business bullliD U going on onBuinea onKtIineaa
Buinea opened opea with ltb a bright outlook outlookIn
In January and continued good for a awhile awhile
while 1111 but for some time past It baa b fallenoff fallen fallenoff aJlftaotr
off One of the h reasons he ascribed for forthis rorIhl forthis
this Ihl In the dry d goods trade generally generallyU
U the tb high price of 0 cotton goods Mr MrClarke 1IrCrk Mrttarle
Clarke did not care to state t what hat the theliabilities IhelIabilh theIlabilltlee
liabilities lIabilh H or assets a are but be averted avertedthat asentedthat rtN rtNthai
that the I thissele assets tre are largely larlt in estrus 1Cftlllof of I the thfIlblllt theliabilities lie lieliabilities
liabilities liabilitiesWilliam Ilblllt liabilitiesWilliam I IWilliam
William 8 Ellison counsel rGllnllC > l fur the thecompany I thecompany h hCOInpn
company said that there h war 11I > no ques question qllHtlon quemthu ¬
tion of in the solvency of the company companyThe romlnThl companyThe
The business btlla was w started rtld in isle IIUGUamlin asHarlin as asHamlln
Hamlln Htone A Tell 111 was afterward afterwardTefft afterwardTent tfrwaNTfft
Tent Urktwold A Kellogg K lIoIC Teffl Gris Griswold Griwold Griawold
wold A Co Tent Brus A Cu K T Teffl TefflA
A Co r Tuft Weller A Co 0 in 109O 11 and the theTefft I theTent hf hfTfftt
Tent Weller wn Company since June 0 0Igil 29Ilr51 n nIVll
IVll Joseph Weller died in IRVJ I IJ and uel i iT rTrr tI
T I Tefft in IW The Th Tefft Writer Com Company tompuI tutupatty ¬
patty puI wa incorporated on June 79 I9OI I9OIunder 11101IImlr 1901under
under New York Ic State laws I with lth rl rapilal rapilalstock tal ilatatck talI
stock I of r Klouonou onehalf preferred preferredand >
and I onehalf half common Afterward the thecommon thecoruukrs If IfOOulllun
common lock was retired II except two twotiami tWIIIta twoharts
harts Ita The officers U 1t1II are nt George C CClarke t7lrk l llark
Clarke lark president John J SI Bench vice viceprenidefil viceprslent i ip
prenidefil p dfJt Char tll habr ten M Allen Ilen treasurer trramirerand nIIrntl treasureranti
and ntl surge II Clarke secretary Ia Tlie Tliefinancial rheItfandal I
financial 1Ildaltlltflf1lt11 statement of the lit ooin company njr issued iwiiedun
un January 1 last showed assets t tJlJIBfi tJlJIBfiand iii7lcoand I1IfllI I1IfllIand
and liabilities SlQAOniS Since n then thenIt IhtlIt
It I Pall 11 the II llaUlltlM have been I IaIrall con mnalhurahly considerably ¬
siderably reduced 111 by payments and 011 are arenow a anOW artnow
now uwilu estimated ateti at between llicXi llicXiand 11 f1rtoarsand > 1 1and
and 7000110 1 how the reorganlxatiiHi reorganlxatiiHiIs
Is let to beedecteil I fIII is not delintely dlIntl known yet yetVlr yetMr fli flil1r
Vlr Clarkn said Id yesterday ro that the tb plans planswere planWf planswen
were Wf In embryo IImh In the Ih trade it I ev evpected f evpectel
pected 1 that some new lie men II with capital capitalwill capitalwill ilal ilal11I
will 11I go It into the company companys rolnpnH companySIFi
SIFi s H r iiKri iii 11 TFII TFIIrrtnler IIUWIN J4OftPrinter IIUWINptntrr
Printer trrcdedatlnlrtesllnbarge trrcdedatlnlrtesllnbarge1anplalna rrelnl rrtrdnlCtIo en Inlet test Ion fhirge fhirgefemala r r1M
femala 1anplalna la 1M ef seeak Aak street rellce rellceJame PIktJam IICOf IICOfJAm
JAm 0 Donnelly of Donnelly A kRork ABurke tOnkf
Burke printers at t 26 Frankfort street streetwho streetwho
who was w > arraigned before tMIo Magistrate MagitlrateCornell laKIlrleComell MagistrateCornell
Cornell In the Tomb court yesterday yesterdayon
on a charge of Intoaicatlonad Intoxication sad d he would wouldcomplain wOlildromplln wouldcomplain
complain lo the Mayor or of the tb treatment treatmenthe realmpnltel
he got In the Oak street station stationThere stationThen tlon tlonTh
There Th wa a telephone call for help helpfrom hl hllrom hellofrom
from Donnellys IJonnell printing prfQllDaomce office about 210 210oclock 2 2ocJotok 21ooclock
oclock yesterday morning When Police Policeman rolieeoman Policeman ¬
man Joseph Allen arrived be b found Don DonBelly DonII Donamity
Belly II and nd locked l ck l him up on the charge chargeof
of intoxication intoxicationDounellr IntoslcatlonDoanell intoxicationDonnelly
Dounellr told the Magistrate thai thaiIIhou thatalthough I Ialthough
although IIhou he belted had been drinking ulrinkl ni he was not notdniak aotdnBk notdunk
dunk and tbe condition mistaken by bythe byhe bythe
the policeman for Intoxication was w caused causedby calledby causedby
by a blow from a blackjack with which whicheoraebbdr whichsomebody blebIIOJlllenod
eoraebbdr struck him as he was entering enteringbis enl rln rlnbl
his bl office early rl In the evening eveningHe In Inlie
He said Id he lay la unconscious for some sometime 10mtlm sometime
time and atl when he revived called Ihe Ihepolice Ihepolice thepolice
police Several burglaries have been done donein
in the tb building bulldln recently nteftQIe
DssneUy e rid t fc M espUissd esprst pI had all 11 this th In Inthe Intbe Inthe
the police station toft sad showed the rb bump bumpon
on his head but his request for a physidan phy physician ¬
sician was denied deniedThe deal dealThe deniedThe
The Magistrate discharged Donnelly DonnellyIITTIK DonnllilyIITTIF DonnellyLITTLE
LITTLE MW WITH J9HX IA iX ItVII ItVIIV
V U and CevmaCesash Ccnoaa G CansaN r Palreri Pak Against AgainstHim tgahtstHtfsi PIM PIMH
Him H la flbaaaltsl 1 EMpwtr EMpwtrc Mfts > ate atefprrltl tr trPHi
fprrltl PHi c c Cael Mf O nJNIcfa psfrs I Tea Ta tr 1111 11118nuoKar MrSnaxosar trSnaxoKAt >
SnaxoKAt April 21 21A A small inter international InterMtloa1 international ¬
national difference in which blch tho United UnluxiStataa UnitedSlates J J8taa
Slates la 1 involved ia interesting the for foreign roreI foreipreettkmnt ¬
eign eI eipreettkmnt settlement here herA hereA
A British order lately latel announced the theconferring thecoaenift theooaferring
conferring upon tb t the British iLisr iLisrauthority Mb Hnl = ar arauthority Q Qauthorll
authority authorll to empower the Uperiol superintendent superintendentof d dof t tof
of the tb municipal police poU < who ho are re resttonai resttonaibie
ble for order In the international settlerunt settle1 settle1meat settle aMIkIntIIIt
meat to punish with ltb a fortnights Wrd krrllabor Wrdlabor I
labor any policeman guilty 11111 of 0 specified specifiedmisdemeanors spedsedmisdemeanor od odmledmJNDOra
misdemeanors The American and Geri Geriman On OnmaD l lman
man Consuls are cooperating veainst the theorder t torder
order and they have issued a formal prol prolJJnT r protent
tent too on JJnT the thgrcu arOUDd round that > they were tte roI not notconaulted tIOtCOIIAIltfJd notWh
conaulted Jlled before the order ord wag pubThe pub
Uahed Wh b I IThe IIhe
The municipal police t are at all U British Britishaxcrpt Britlehkept
kept four Seca lkell icvtaao uiTtasA Brttllbl I
11
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LKIIIIM
Cal te UratlOTv Bars as Me MeH4 H > KIIIIM RislMlHb KIIIIMH KIIIIMIPCfe4
H4 PNHIa Pabdnga s Here H ta IM IMPaata Ilgareetd
IPCfe4 l aW DSSP111 f Tarn a aPaa Ira IraPaats
Paata Paa April 21 Count dAnNy dAtihJyIliatlany dAlihl dAlihlIrtl de deiratlgny
Iliatlany Irtl who with ith his b wlf wife If Ifr ws was ar arrrttnl wrnted
rrttnl r 1 a few r day llA ago un the charge dear ol olswindling CJIhnlllr ofswimdUn
swindling hnlllr Mrs tI Charlew lllar lUmlUon Paine PtUneformerly Momlt Painelormerty
formerly of Bnatnn by b selling 11I0 her fake fakepamtliigs akepe aloepointioge
pamtliigs pe lllltJt1I said today tOoda that ba while blie blien he was wasIn wasIn
In n New York k In lest I a dealer taJerook took charge chargeof dlar dlarfIt
of the Ih faked picture brought by him hn and aadexhibited aotIahibheel andshiblled
exhibited them tblmlt at a gallery Cell In New fork TorkTbe forkTb Yorkrb
Tbe Tb picture were retirneil Im1 to 0 him In InIxmAm In1ontJ iniouLe
IxmAm In lam lamIt 1110It IconIt
It la I a probable l > > that the theCounla Counts Coclfl wife wifewhti wifewho ife ifewh
who wh wan Alt Miss Mi Laura I jura l funt of thistnn will willlie willb iII iIIl
b lie l released nolaIIlm immediately immediatelyHtCKtKr immediatelyRtChf lCllIlrrIU
RtChf HtCKtKr rIU IV 1 1k 1 IMV40I IMV40Il JiAN1LaWfkt
LaWfkt k Vsatrdbr nrdla UeleWiletseThCt Hetf0W6lM t r rI
l > e agstery M Jtft > tler Abet His Ab A AOnw Abrec ecee eceeOTTAWA e eOrrawa
OTTAWA Ont April prll 71 21Wlllists 1 WlHtara IIHeIll II ItIlucktey IIlIucklcoho IIRuekly
Ilucktey lIucklcoho who ie I wanted < l 111 li Albany Alban in con connectlnn Canfltl connection
nectlnn nfltl Ua with the be Inquiry into Insurance iusnraaolegislation b bkaialation Insurancelegislation
legislation is I paying a visit 1lt to his hi father fatherInldw falherlaIa fatherinlow
Inldw James Ja Mcfthane 1mb harbor master masterof
of the Ih Purt of Montreal Mm 11 Buckley Buckleyand flllckleDod
and their two ihiWren are n with him himMr blllllr hlatMr
Mr Buckley Bllekl Mid id today loda t hat he II did Bet Betconsider IIetOmIlcl netvon
consider von Icier r thud t there I ho Imd been 1 anything anythingmysterious anythingiuysteriora ytltiac11ItoriO
mysterious 11ItoriO about his hi movements Wli Wliaskexl When Whensated 1 1eel
sated eel why hy he wa in Canada r and not notdivwcrtg IIGalmq Sotnnlwerisg
divwcrtg the call of Mr Ir Hotchkia New NewYork Xe Xeork NewYork
York ork Ntale Superintendent of Insurance laauraaoehe
he replied 1 have Ita nothing whatever batfttoII lo losay tosay
say II for publication at t tbe present tim timMr Ii IiYr timeMr
Mr liuckley Ill1colll Is I not In Rood ood health tb It Itis ItIe t ti
is i expected leeI that he will mpPnd spend the summer summerIn OIm OImIn
In Canada Canada5IIII Canadacull
cull HftAKK WIIR WHRKml rr WIIRT HKS HKSTut
Tut T en e It u1 M hMHaaa a rrave lOr GfBrlItW GfBrlItWN KIBele vr vrf
f New N Bevle HvlawPUILapxlPnla BevlePitlLArtJPHU 1 1JnaurEJpuu
PitlLArtJPHU April ITta 21 Testa of the theIjwonte theLacaete uratJOfte
Ijwonte hip brake on the Indiana In a afive afi afive
five fi day d cruise CI IJ off the Ih Jersey Je coast hare hareproved barelrotId haveproved
proved the t b brake a success The ottclal ottclalreport 011report oIeialreport
report will not lie I known for or several severalweek severalweeks rar rarwlIoI
week but It I is the opinion IiuD of the 1 oScera oSceraof of vrrs vrrsof
of 0 tb tb shi ship hlr > that they are a well n pleased with wltblha withthe lth lthtit
the tit results reMiltaWith resultsWith 1 1With
With thus tbttshlp bIalomc uip going ahead at full speed speedtheenilnesiitopped speedthen pefdthpnlnJIllloppt1
theenilnesiitopped then and the brake brakebrollpt brakebrollpth brought broughther
her h r to a standMill in about three length lengthllereming leonatMIhPrNns lengthsltevetning
llereming the engine nln and nd applying the thebrake thebrake beIJrak
brake stopped her in SCO feet feetII
II was found that going ahead full fullllpHd fullllpHdn1 speed speedand speedand
and n1 extending the brake on one ad side of ofthn oftI oftin
tin tI bit I she ah could tuna una much quicker quickert quickerthan
t baa without w withoutThat it1bo it itTbe
That brakes consist Con lt of a steel 1 plate In Inthe Inthe I Itbp
the form ot a wing Inte on each side of the ship shipr4flMJf hip14L
r4flMJf 14L 4 tR GIRLS lil URI FKKHftT FKKHftTCeKfte FIIIII FIIIIIII FRCSHCetiege
CeKfte II C Aotberitles Think Nat NttlIepJw and andte Ile IleI
te I Haparev so a drerltempnt drerltempntKAXSA dy dyIt dvrrttrmentRaxsas
KAXSA It AXU Cm Mo April 21Vauar 2tVaeearCollege 21 21VauarCoIfo Vasaar VasaarCollege
College CoIfo object to a suggestion that Itsgins its ItaRirl itsgirU
gins are always Ia fresh in a suit ult filed ia iathe luthe isthe
the United States Htat Court to today Oodo < lay to restrain reatraiathe reetralIbe restrainthe
the IxKjteWlles Ioo eWI > Ksctiit Company from fromusing fromusing rom romIlne
using the lb word ord Vamar UIIr as a brand for forchocolate forclweolat forchocolate
chocolate chocolateTho clweolatOle
Ole petition recite that Vasaar V objects objectsto ob obto
to the imitation seal and the picture of orIIPrxI a asupposed asupposed
supposed college girl < which form the thecentrepiece
centrepiece 41111 111 repi replete of the I he se I sealThe < il ilTtie
The 111 seal of the college < Ifop has been Imitated Imitatedon
on the lit candy boxes On the face of tbo tboseal tboMII theseal
seal In a woman with wil h a book and a sprig prt of ofmyrtle oCmrtle ofmyrtle
myrtle In the Ih background is I a Greek Greektemple Okempl Creektemple
temple Over Otr11 all are the words Vassar VassarChocolates VaasarChoeoladw UItJU UItJUIhcoIAI
Chocolates substituted lIbattlll for or Vassar VaasarCollege V VlcUato Vassarallege
College At the th bottom where wh Purity Purityand Purit Puritand Purityand
and Wiiidom should b bet the 1 defendants defendantshaM delndanlha defendantshave
haM ha placed plarltllh the word Always Iw Fresh FreehQuoting FrNhJllotllll j
Quoting Quutlugfrotnthersnpklnt from thecomplaint the < IIIIIalnl Tim Tboca Tbocaalwa TTtwo words wordsttlwsy da daalways
ttlwsy always fish pens 01 on the Ih flctltioiu IIctlliouIIto sealto seal sealto
to lie I b applicable PJ Ohfo to the female m figure 1I1t above aboveit 1 1it
it anti 1 in a matter of ridicule anti reprnaclI reproach reproachrttKitrRifK n h hRWFRIf1i
I rttKitrRifK tiKHii lilHIItR SRI 111 tiiPneumenla 111JOnnlntl 111Pne
Pneumenla Pne inuenls I tilled la I PfrurU Pfrurltlen ill illendlllen III IIIIsMtlllen
IsMtlllen ltlen frltlral rlUl8ltlIdridl j jKrvdericfc py pyFrederk
Krvdericfc Jelilinrd well known as a a anun aman ausan
nun about town U ill with Ith pneumonia pneumoniant
nt hia apartments In the th Kt Stratford rat ford nOUN Ifoureat Ifmt e eal
aL II Fast F Thlrtjtlilnl street t Ills HI con conditluti cool1lulI cnditlutt
ditluti < i s dencribed rilAtI tl u me critical criticalMr
Mr 1 eUmrl I < has hn lieeri I in poor health healthall
all winter Three nl inoiitlis uwbllmago ago be h mitered ruffereJa 11 11nn
a seven nn attnck of pleurioy This Th l devel developetl developed
opetl 111 > 01 into pneiimonin In atlendann atlendannupim aUnlAnIn
upon him nn + his hi wife ir two phvulriium phvulriiumtwo lhhitJlIw
two Iw tiitriMfl IlIIr and IIIH hi valet viiletleiJunlsnaine valetlihanlehauw iI1 iI1UoIwnl
leiJunlsnaine UoIwnl 111111 vrai w llOlII1 > cuiiile < with that of ofMrvtangtryniorelhjtitweitty orlII ofMrslungtryrtrrethut
Mrvtangtryniorelhjtitweitty lII IJKlry more Ihan tln twenty years Iant ago agoHe aKOII agoHe
He II niarriwl lx 10111 Ionise > ui n llollingnworth Morris Morrinof Iorrl Iorrlot
u of t llallimore It hi IWl There TlII1U4 was a divorceand divorce divorceand 1IufCotand
and four year y ago he h innrrind Msn ari Wilpole Wil WilM WIItoOM
M pole > M of the Ih Hlorodoni company companyAt OmpanAI
At iiiu tune Ii his hi income was large He Hei II III lieIs
i Is a memti r of seve sevev several ral rllll rllllItRT elide elideIR
ItRT T VOT v IIT r 4 IItTI CIXUIDlriSn1 riv mjjtr mjjtrtteal
tteal 1 Ran R for ustrrner IJe erner Any ay Mere rp Than Thanllngtie nanIIneh Titanlinghr
llngtie Vim VimA tH tHtory
A tory to the effect that William ItHeantt It II1It ItHearst
Hearst IsconlempUtitig I COntemplat ll1 running nlDnin rnnningsgin pin for forIhe fortltp forthe
the aovernonhip baa been ctn current rtmt political politicalgosHip politicalcONlp politicalgossip
gossip The Thuto Thestory story had it that Mr It IhIQfIII IhIQfIIIwould Ilartwould rant rantwould
would keep his candidacy quiet until untilJuly untilJuly I IJI1I1
July and then th make a public announce announcement aIInouncmcmt announcement
ment of it It It was w deduced also Lto that If IfMr IfIr IfMr
Mr Ir Hearst should decide to run Ills hi de determination detnnlntion determination ¬
termination would necessitate GoY OovHughes GoYfllItlfII GotHugheaa
Hughes renomination Clarence J JShearn JSheam JShearn
Shearn Mr Hearst lawyer was given givenas Iyen Iyentile
as tile authority for the report This Thisis ThlI
is I what Mr Hearst had to say about it ityesterday ItHInla ityeslenlay
yesterday yesterdayMr HInla HInla1Ir
Mr Shearn nevy said that I would wouldbe ouldbet
be a candidate for Governor and beside besideif bMldIf
if he h had said so I would not be a candi candidate csndldate candidale ¬
date That 1hallspoaitIYf In positive I Ihavenointention Ihavenointentionof have bavenola no intention intentionof tlon tlonoC
of running for forny any omce I Im Iamsop am so positive positiveabout peelU Ilve Ilveabout I Ibout
about it that I have come to regard any anyman aa aaman anyman
man who suggests that I be a candidate candidateas
as a a personal prwoaalntmY prwoaalntmYTOII enemyTOX enemy enemyrovw
rovw U rir w TO TOLeenas Rt cuXBA cuXBAOs WF WFLItMt
Os < Leona LItMt and net Fear F Brother Will PI Meet Meetat et etbln
at Chtaese d bln ream U Atlee AtleeNine CMHeeNine t9tIItCille
Nine ille member of the On Leong LeongTong LeongTongwith Leon Ton Tonwllh Tong Tongwith
with Tom Lee at the tit head and nine of oftbe orb ofthe
the b Your Brothers under the guidance guidanceof <
of Sam Lock mil ill go to 0 the Chinese ChineseConsuls thin UtlnConII thinConsnla
Consuls office om today at t it 1130 xo oclock oclockto
to sign a peace treaty trelt in the prM rr rror > ne neof eee eeeof
of Yung unK Yu Yang the Consul and Ou OuShoutchun Oumtouteblln OutShou
Shoutchun Shou tchun lint secretary 8CCItt of lefatlooof lefatloo
of the b Chinese Cbln Lee Legation catlon at Washington StsmhingtonPavers W1nartoDPIII WashingtonPouters
Pouters to that effect were displayed in inDoyeni InDoy indoyen
doyen Doy and Molt Iot streets trNt last night nightIt
It J ia reported that the Four Brothers Brothersask Broth Brothk
ask k an idemnlty of t000 for the uneveo uneveocore unel0IIIQOre unnveoscore
core of lost comrades The Th potters potterscontain lOItersecn paterscontain
contain ecn lfn no statement tement to 0 that effect butit but butit butIt
it ia said that solid member of the Chines Chinescommunity 11l1neaeOIDIIIIJDItT Chkuaevommunlty
community are willing wiIIln to FT some 10 In Indamnify Indemnity
damnify rather than hat ba hutherwprfari further w wezfarW wezfarWA rfgnu bal
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denies C Mark Twain died d dft at Starw Starwfield bsnnaflekl
field ft hi lit eotmtr COUS toaflry home to Koddtac R Rml issj issjmil MNmite
mite mil south of Phi thla city at 12 12ala 33 this thisblng se seslog
slog slogMr ala
blngMr
Mr Clemens C1e bad been bttea1ace asleep apfar apfarenily attsrcurtly
curtly else early 1 ie m u tb afternoon C Cbla and M Mhie a ahi
hi bla sleep oak 11 tTsduaMy into 0 tb tbslumber u uIuter deeper deeperslumber <
slumber which ended m Ie IeDllrlec death dtbDiirfaag deathDuring
During tb 1Mo > early rI forenoon Mr t tseemed c cd Cllasgaseemed
seemed d to be much brighter rl tba t ta thalle > IMS IMSbeen Jksdbeei
been for twentyfour bow H KPNNfuH He had ateai ateaipeacefuHy sbptlpeacefully
peacefully through th the greater aer part c cthe e elb 4 4tb
tb the night and nl1 seemed 1 greatly tl friiisj re rew refruksllwhen r > friiisjwhea
when w h awoke awokeHe awokeIle wok wokne
He greeted his sanlaUw sanlaUwOabriki 11 11abrlJawilleh Omit OmitGabrllowileeb
Oabriki abrlJawilleh rHeb and hi II IIObrllott hie da daughter gAtr gAtrGabritowiUch Mel MelGabritowltech
GabritowiUch < h cheerfully and utilad aft after tta ttabad hebud
bad been bolstered up Into a silting aiU aiUfloe a pest pesttioa aj ajtloa
floe la lid t < i be called for Cv Cvan bin eyealaMaaad eyealaMa yeglaswand
and an a pad of paper and a pea aid aa4dftonrJ am amdeavored ssdearoreti
deavored to write wri a afecrt sat satMr aoCa aoCaYr netsMr
Mr Clemens condition remained bet betllttl nalittle buslittle
little aka until late in tb th filiations filiationswho C Cwkaa fermenbus
who bus II became weaker and aboet bocItpaa beat beatpast fcasfpaat
past 1 h U dropped lntotbelpfremwkie11 lntotbelpfremwkie11tI la into to tb aleep lMpft f real wtli wtlibadidnotawak
t badidnotawak tI did DOt awake Ire Shortly before berorp tMf tMfaalcep fnNkeTsalep
aalcep p b he aaked for or a copy 00 of Carhelsa CarhelsaFrM CsVa CsVaFreaek w wFhBeIk
Freaek Revolution oluUea and nd started l to toCyorU re4 re4favorite re I Ia
a favorite paasaaA paasaa palliaAa
A Aa the afternoon progressed pro ed it itappe beaus bewapparent beausapparent
appe apparent to Mr Clemeaaa a aDr pbyateisg pbyateisgDr ph7l i iDr
Dr Robert Haley II of 0 New ew York Torkhad Tor1rhad wits witshad
had been with him almost almostatoc IIlrnoeta eona1at3y eona1at3ysince
since a hi his arrival in la New ew Tad TorkBormuda TadBomauda fte fteBermuda
Bermuda last Thursday Thursday atoning mille millehe that thattbe Nedthe
the patients tleat condition wa u rinenmhig rinenmhignor Miee MieeBlon
nor grave era I Dr > r Edward Quistard Q1Ha Q1HaXew af ofNew afNew
New York Dr llotaey oasociat uaocJatecJoeo and h hclose kclan
close friend a es well a as a favorite phyoielast phyoielastof pit pitor
of Mr Clemen was wa not notified notifiedDr Wed WedDr
Dr Qulntard reached StorralUld 8totf hW free freeNew nisi rreailYork nisiNew
New York la tb the afternoon rtfiaooabClforeocleek Saerwy Saerwybefore bedlybefore
bClforeocleek before a oclock when wh It beaua beeIuDhat apfsvaaA apfsvaaAtbat
hat Mr Chateau was near ear lifes IUe IUeAben vera veraAlbert verge vergeAlbert
Albert Bigektw Paine Mr Mraecretal7 OeaMnaa OeaMnaasecretary Cle sueae sueaesecretary
secretary and intimate friend frleerJIanRdo Jarvis JarrkflAngdon JarvisLungdon
lAngdon and B B E E Loomis aepaew nephews epMwaethe e ethe f fthe
the dying man and eke member bera of ofbouaeholcl A Ahousehold Ns Nshousehold
household at t Stormfield among whom whamwere whomwerevsome wuwerewollltl
were werevsome soe who bad bean la I the tileof emplef emplefof emple empleof
of tb the Clemens CIeI family for many DIU yean jsilMitered yeanentered yearsentered
entered the bedchamber bedcbat bCr for fora a lat IMtrarewell 4stHost 4stHostfarewell atlsnt atlsntfarewell
farewell farewellMr
Mr Clemenaa Clem Clemensi UI only daughter Clam Clamand ClaNand CTsasand
and her husband Mr Gabrilowttaeb Gbrilo Dr DrHalsoy DrHale DrHalsey
Hale y and Dr Quietard remained ta IeIOOm Us Usroom tirlroom
room until un III the end came cameMr caaHMr camMr
Mr Clemens deal warn cHreetlf tile titsresult tfeareult tilerNwt
result of an attack of aegiaa aegiaaby an anby a petrisv petrisvfurMVl
by which b lie wtar iitf Me Mevoyage t itnfl < furMVl furMVlvoyage iifl6f iifl6foyqe
voyage from Bermuda to 0 New York last lastweek IMweek lestweek
week This trouble wa complicated wish wishoccasional willioccufonal withoccaalonal
occasional attacks of cardiac cardtaawhlda alters alterswhich tnihni tnihniwhich
which mad the patients breathing dM dMcult dillcuI tBi1cult
cult And painful pt at times II during duria bus ffl fflnea 11So 1kes
nea neaNo No es esNo arrangements have been made for forthe C Ctbf feethe <
the funeral The Interment Int rmtnt will probablyno probably
he no in Elmira N Y where Mr Wra Cleats Cleatsand CtenMMand CIetMMand
and the children are a buried buriedSamuel hllrffdrUtTItL b priedrsurxa
rUtTItL tctxurKMa tctxurKMaSam L crXJl II IIRamllJ
Samuel Sam Lnnghorne Cl CImooMJar mens mensMarkTwain Mar k kTwain C CTwin
Twain soldier printer pilot reporter reporterminer reportermlnr reporterminer
miner lecturer II t editor 11 tor publisher au author author U Uhnr ¬
thor was w horn on November 30 test ia iathe mIhn htthe
the little town of Florida Monroe county countyM
M Mu Io a hundred mile Ini or so northwest northwestfmm aorth aorthfrom northwestfrom
from Kt t rill IxxiiMr rill31r LouisMr
Mr Cleinenss father called by h catty courtesy OIlrty cattyteey ¬
tesy Judce was w a man nf education educationand
and social importance aa e those thing thingwere hia hiaw l lwere
were w estimated in the II frontier in the theearly tb tbearly h hNrly
early j part > art of the III lat century wry Whan Wbanthe Whanthe Wbat1tbfl
the elder Clemen moved to Florida five fiveyear ftyehfuro liveyears
year txfuro the birth of Samuel he to toDeved beIiresd
Deved that the t b ate aI I coukl IM I mad of lcroat ofgrrat ofgnat
croat commercial importance in Un Uilrapidly Unnlpfdl Unrapidly
rapidly growing Weetern trade bncatil bncatilthe beoamthe J Jh
the h branches of the II Salt Kiver In th thfork the thefork h hrorlc
fork of which Ilm th lawn 3wn lay y were ft navigable naviga nayl naylhi ¬
bee hi in that point Hitnt from the MlaaisaippI MlaaisaippIand MeaSstPand IMiaaIJIfIand
and coke U > made navigable ip much high hlgberup bl blIII highup
up His 111 imbue lalhl in induct Congress Con or orindlvldualii 0IndlylIo14I orindlvlduatu
indlvldualii lo Improve the river dl tliOICOIr dlcoeiraged co ir iraee >
aged aee < l the th older tempos and in 1931 h hmoved hmod he hemortal
moved to Uitinllul Mo to a flouriihlnj flouriihlnjtown fourhhintown
town on the tiiwiesippi about a I2S I mike mililw
sh lw I ov > v N St Ix 1oli > ui There young Clemen ClemenIramed Cl4DCItYItOnI Clemesakwnscd
Iramed to know and love In the tb river which whichha whieihas hlhll
ha has so 1 frequently and prominently JinentITptCIlCllln aplpeenul ap appeared ¬
ptCIlCllln peared in hi his stories ctoriesAt torl torlAt
At Florida the tb family famll had lived ia I Itw a atwo atwo
tw two room tog cabin celled with sawn wblaek wblaekwllIal blaekwalnut blaek blaekwalnut
walnut n somewhat superior hnWtatloo hnWtatloofor
f for the place at the time tin The Th tory ts told toldthat toWthat toldthat
that an anhmur hour after Mr Ir and nd Mr Ira Clemens CUmsnahad
had deserted the th Florida cabin with wlltath all allthe atethe
th the household good and presumably presumablyall p mahI mahIn
all n the h family famll loaded on covered wages wagesa w wa
a neighbor a Mr Donaldson riding ridtespast ridIacpIUIt ridingpost
past the cabin beard rd wail from within witUnHe withinHe
II He dismounted from his horse b nllll enter enterthe entered enteredthus S8nMI S8nMIthlt
the cabin and nd found young < Clemens Clemeaacupboard ta hsa taa
a cupboard Into which he had crawledpossibly crawled crawledpossibly era erarxibl
possibly to 54 a void taking part in the wean weufstome w w10m weansome
tome work of packing TIle youa youasjstar youasjstarwas 7 fkr fkrwas
11 was restored to hi his parent Mrs Clemens Clemenshating Clemenhaving ahaYloC
having overlooked his absence t in die heworry ta taworry diewony
worry of nursing a sick baby babyTOM bab babJOU babyyou
TOM sawyxa SAWT a wna LOCAL COLOR COLORJudgn COLOItJudco atonJudge
Judge Clemen built in IZanalbal iu iuBrat Ii Iiftrat Ilesfirst
Brat two story to house ouae and bought for hi hilaughter Ilk Ilkdauabter hisdaughter
laughter the Ih first piano seen eeeain in the little httitown iittietown littletown
town from which it seem 11III reasonable reasonableto
to dismiss aa unfounded the t e stories of ofMark oJlark ofMark
Mark Twain dire poverty in hi bleeNtIa bleeNtIaouoc youth youthYoung yosetbYoung
Young ouoc Sam wa sent fItOto to the village 11 school ecboeland ecIIo4tInd schooland
and nd in vacation wa not put to work workbut workt workkuut
but t allowed to explore the glens elliislands cll cllwlanda elli dltlealatada
islands cave 0 and marshy chorea of orMlaarlppi sirs ttwMississippi sirsMiaalesippd
Mississippi exploration which disclosed dkwledmyaterie dlec1eeedmptert disclosedmysterierand
mysterierand myaterie and beauties be mode tb the world wortsfnmllUr worirlfamilIAr worldfnmltitr
familIAr with In Tom Sawyer SawyerTbe serThe SawyerThe
The school Sam attended la Hannibal Uanalba1wo Uan kl kltausbt
was wo taught and owned by a Mia 1 Lucy LucyDavis JMcoDayla LucyDav4
Davis for or th the pubUo school wee not yet cknown yegknows yetknown
known there and the schoolmirtfwisr schoolmirtfwisri ed1001m ed1001mia
i ia reported to have had frequent oeM caseskin oceaslon oeMion
ion to 0 cut t 1 hazel switch from anseac anseacthe cb seasgthe
the b many mail which grew In the school yard yardna janlan
na an aid Id to 0 induce Master Clemens to togive osly vigive
give proper heed to his studio B Be BetauM WM WMtauglit wastaught
taught there the three B Ba and A li Itttto Ittttobiatory Utahlatory 1 1history
history and beyond that be bad ao aoschooling DOtICbo noschooling
schooling schoolingAt tICbo lln llnAt
At 12 year y of me Samuel west into tb tbcoropocinc tM tMcompoclnc thecomposing
composing room of tb the Hannibal Wtriefy Wtriefyto WftlWrJo1 WesJ k
Jo1 to learn Use priatar trade tnbe sad sadbe
be I4arls fu seas b f 3 Itl ate dulls
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