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i I M 1 v IIKITKR HIt April 38 21I10I1a Ixitito Paulhan Paulhann
w > n t early rlr thl thla morning th tI the 10068 Icoeoottecj offend offendr
f r h h > v he h natty Gil Mail for th the flrat aviator aviatorh lator latorh
wh h h hnuld uld fly 11 from London to Man Manrifi Man4tPt
rifi 11 within twentyfour hour with withr
r nrf nrthantwndecentuloshgrornd nrthantwndecentuloshgrorndPaihan re than two descent d nt a to the ground groundP ItroundPAllhan
P PAllhan ilh n arrived at t Manchester at atflc t 32 tIC 32a
> a MC traversed the Ih distance dllt Ullf in 12 I IF houm hoump hou houI
p I minute including < the th time lout by b hi hii hili hiC hit
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li I H 4 reported rf I orted > that Graham White Whiteti Whitmpetitor
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ti tnpetltor who started to complete completeth
th tho ran M t 130 2 this mom morning Inc had to toml toI
I ml 1 At Polrsworth ton mitt noiilhf noiilh IOllIhrhfl4Id
f rhfleld rhfleldni
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ni fl enthusiasts remained up IIp1I all night nighti
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i nait t Ih the h < > winner Thousand wont to toH toI
I H 1 e ertv rlv intending to riM na at 3 oclock 30lockTh oclockThe oclockThe
The Th city it U 1 pgo gog with excitement acilmmlII
r 1 P re t ta a keet k desire dnl to see the ngllah ngllahwin
r > win fl although IIhou h there th la 1 no homllity homllityti h1l11t h1l11th
ti Paulhan rlIlhnc
c 1 4ier Ir th ie 1llOrt > ort wan w confirmed that thatV thatrltI
V t ti 0 detrended rltI < at Polenworth PolenworthISiilhan PolorthIuhan PeworihPiuhan
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ISiilhan tarlr BrtfC1 < l from Iichfielil at t i
0 iwk WI tin I hili morning mo inlt White Vhit wa then thenpnihallv t thenritaIIv I IIUt
pnihallv ritaIIv fifteen IUt mile behind him himIOSIKIX hltnIlIslos IitntlStflS
IOSIKIX pnlH Jflt 7t Both tan tiia Paulhan Paulhani
I 4 i t irnhim White hlt utarted yesterday yesterdayn
< tMtI n > n ntl nttmp mpt to toly fly from l london to Man Maneier 1Inl
F > eier l They Th are rt vlrtiiallr racing for forf
IP pne rue or j Klooo or HO OtMw flOIi Ki > offered offerediv
iv to the Ih Hatty lJail Jai Iai for the lrt aviator aviatorperform avlalorrrform aviatorrertorm
perform the th feat within twentyfour tntyCollrn1
1 r r hind nd with lIh only two descents to o the thearourd th thC thegrotiril
C arourd on the way Th distance i is IIB1 IIB1nnl II IIc
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Both Ih iocnpetitor rtltn camn tne down and andHopi andt d dtI
t Hopi poied tI d for the night about a oclock oclockI
1 h > ould afford to do this a 1 they th have haveMuaIv hVfOfl liveTtio
MuaIv fl Ttio 1101 lr nil dny aT lodiy tOo In which to tomi totiqniit
1111111 > mi I i the th thelajihan rMftUnce rMftUnceIaiilhan rlitan18llhan
Iaiilhan stopped for the tb night at t licli Iiehrl ltchtfrt liclir
r rl tfrt lrt which aiiehisIlmiIetrom M lIHmileafrom It mllfll from lx london londonhll > ndon ndonWhite
White hll liite stopped at t Rhoad Station nix nixmi sixrnss is isnI
mi rnss thi side aid of Northampton which in inr ismit
r mil from l oidon oidonIt
I It wan w understood that both would re rem r rm rem
m the II ii strugf Irlle Irugh at t dawn hut White Whitetol Wbitl bitecj
tol cj l a 1 march on hl hl9 competitor hy stari staring Irtam Iartt ¬
t ng arain am at t 2PI > M MWhite MI MVhte
I White I piM w ed ov ovr r Rugliv at 1 S3 3 < 1 thl thlitiornms this thismmK thist
t itiornms mmK II He wa W flying Inc high and well wellit II IIr
r it r great JI peed MM H otijrct ohj t la I to got t ahead abendif
r if t PiMilhan before hfr the latter atarta atartaIt IarlllIt
It w a utrted t 1 after midnight mlrlnl ht that Paul PaulhJn Paidban I Ih
ban h n merit m n to atari rt I 1 t clerk hut no noreport noflport noreport
report of hl his having t2rud Imd rearhnl rearhnlLondon ftah1lIdon reachtlLindon
London lIdon up to 2 oVInrk oVInrkHalf oclotH1f olockHalf
Half Eostand i a in pftrosy prcxyems n of Urn Urnra It Itt tlioI
t > ame ra a mroplane ropUn fever which stripped RripnedFranc strippedrII grippedFrani
Franc rII some time ago 0 and nd which Mill Millprevaila atillflrevaila ilI ilIprevails
prevails there in miUier form It ItOIIJI was waaonly
0 only realized rIi how acutely rutI Uie Kngluthare Kngluthareaffected fon EngliaharI luh arf arfI
I affected aectedyrday fIcl ytuerday Yf rda when b the bulk of the theCopulation theI
I Copulation 1OJl latlon alone a line drawn fn fnlI mlii mliiltndon > m mlondaw
1 londaw to Manchectcr < and nd in a ai wida widaare idOl
I I1Ir
i are 1Ir on either aide of thia line left tlimr tlimrImmea thoirInmea
Immea and nd business buln to stretch their I toil necUii necUiikvirard nfC nerstvward I
I kvirard in attempta to get < et a glimpae glimpaeone 1 1I
1 one or both of the th competitor in the theair Ih thea
1 a air r race between the two cities cltleeIn
In every ry town and nd village 1I1a1 en route routethere rOllle routetierewerecrowdeofIghtsera
e there tierewerecrowdeofIghtsera were crowda crowdoflhl of aightoveni and nd trains tralnaImm lralnfrom trainsmm
from mm outlying parta brought thoummd thoummdto
to I swell their Il > elr numl usmhers > er In many rentreo rentreoit t trrd
it 4 appeared aa though it werx er A public publicholiday puhllcholidr publicholiday
holiday Thia elate 11 of thing continued continuedthroughout enntiisiiedthroughout nlilltlctIhmllithotlt
throughout th the tlay for the th hugwlr ad adrtied adS
t > rtied race waa w tx alpcI1 > ecled to begin M > RII m mthe iutll tuliii I
the tll morning hilt many ny hour iianeed iianeedlefore I IIfor I
lefore 1 efor newaofaatart wa wserocrivI wserocrivIThcenwhli reoeive l lMmtnwhile
I
Mmtnwhile In tho two main centre centreiinereM rtnlFi
iinereM wtn keen 1 Thi > mvlrupolt drew drewriMtir drewniiiy i
i I
riMtir 1 thoiunndH eager to see e the detnrt detnrteuf hllftrtof lepari
i > euf of the Ih competitor com JMt It 011I Intluim Whites Wlilleni 1111 1111I
I i TT 1 micce IMSflll 1I < aful Attempt to mal make > the thpII Iii
1 ft h MI April plIr 23 had utimuUted ciirioaity ciirioaityr rlliuit rlliuitt
t r mely rrney and yeaterdry trdy the Ih start being beingt hf > IIK IIKj
j t t r > MigKl conditionally for midmorning mldmomingM midmorningPOPIC
M ted people to flork to the Ih taking takingtr IAkineI IAkineIIIr iitT iitTgr
tr in rI from which the Ih earliness rlin or orI oftstinIys f fhi
I hi tstinIys > ttinl > > yaBt start rt excluded f them Whil WhllI Whites WhitesI a ai
I i nrjtionii were w mode naih on 0 the Ib common commonWormwood commont mmonI
I p Wormwood HcniM and ml PaiillicnB at atni atOJ
OJ S tfl > ni Club 1saIs ground at llendon lip Ixit Ixittiring both bothtvtng IIh IIhflylnl
tiring northweat nonhwestI auburba auburbali
li I had many man preparations to make makeV makhlld makehJt
V f hc hlld < to teat the effectiveness fM of the theTRir IhfOI theClaIms
I IAn md lfldeftdr aft ner < tr the accident la last t week weekwti weekshin k kh
wti shin h n his hi aeroplane was anchored at atI t tI
I MMd I1d PauHian WhOM machine only onlyed anI
ed at Hendon at 1 A M from France Francer Franceiad
r iad 1 l in I unpack and aaaemble the various rariouar
n r ms This coot him and his hi mechanic mechanicn
n houra of Inceaoafit work while thou thourU thoud1I
0 rU of people aurrouaded the grouadting ground groundw
w ting with amasteg e patieace patieaceI
I It r not uatll after S P M that all allready 11 11rrty
5 ready and ad then without evea a brief briefa brieftpl
tr tpl a Paulhan started at 530 28 H ifeadan ifeadaneng ndon ndonrnt ndOftrn
eng rn outalde the th prescribed radius radlttabud radhi h had
i bud ad to circle Inward l Loud ahoata touts and aadirplUM ad adrrtu I
4 irplUM rrtu greeted him a ba roM re The Thend n nI Tbnd i
I nd was gusty and the tb machla wabbled wabbledomewhat wabMectormlht wabMdnewbat
omewhat at t flnt t but bu it HeR found Itself IteItani ItselfH
ani H headed for Mascbeeter ee oa oato Mia being
r IC r < 1 10 the tb alght of thoee gathered thorecl at atH atht t tHndon i
H Hndon HndonWh ndon ndonh
Wh h ht > made oae on trial trialla la the th early part partr
CT r n na day d it was a failure During Durie the thof tIm tImr
r 4 v be tI went to Hendaa la I aa automobile automobilend autOfll 1e 1etnrS
f and nd chatted with PauHuM in the eaop eaopa Itop ItopS op opbout
S a tout 110 th the wind beta boIlIK gmrty and andoutlook andp 11d 11dt
> outlook unfavorable White Whl anouaced anouacedvt
r vt h ha would not start before fo dawn to tor
j I r > t raw r ° v hoping condition would then thenmproved th thi thetampmovsd
i mproved Th crowd thinned out outI outI1
I 11 1 Whit west t to sleep p at t th the house of ofnri ornrt ofnds
nri nds who were keeping vigil VigilS I Iaoon
A S oon aa they teamed of Paulban Paulhanathey Paulbanrr PaulbanrttheyrusbadLnandtoldWhIt
rr rttheyrusbadLnandtoldWhIt they ruh ruahed d in and told Whit The TheIT ThoI Tb TbJi
I Ji < IT maImed down airs jumped late lataautomobitoaad I II lateml
ml I automobitoaad and eped totae to the pUee wfcer wfceraeroplaa WhII
I 0 aeroplaa rop warn atOM JKa JIiarrt lm meaiitiHaa meaiitiHaarad
tad the Ih maoaln all 11 ready road and WWte WWteKttlng WW WWItWnt WbItttIflg
Kttlng ttIflg aboard quickly I started rM4 off la lat I II
t rmiit of Paulhan It waa thee LII LIII M MP 31I
P I Al AlPrior 1 1Prior l lPrior
Prior to hIs etarting some of his h ho ftd ftdtMra 4 4I1a
o tMra ra tried to diaiitada uade him from rr1attPftlpt aMag aMagattempt blage
e attempt The lb wind waa u 1317 lr tJtfI tJtfIhll bu buhte
wriie hll hte reftiaed 11 to tita 1181 to ta the advtee advteeTh riee rieeTh
Th T < e of th the crowd who had stayed on onhe 011It osIe
he t off ch chaDoaot no of a late Mart cfeewwl tu tum t tmJltuoualy InmiItuouaJy >
m mJltuoualy ituoualr aa a Walt Bnrep einrard MId aadlnUied MIdtaniahed d dtanlejij
lnUied northward northwardHubaeqtMBUy ncnbwanLHu ncthwcdPutquetthy
HubaeqtMBUy Hu rvpotta told of ofrioOmonairatl kvoMSM kvoMSMdemonatratloM ImmiwMslemonstrsjOta
demonatratloM ee 01 MrtJUHUaB f to th thvarious > BO heviou BOunra
various unra taw asA mtgeu pitmed > M M evtr 0ftIrbea oe oeWhia
Whia bea Pauaaa OTW taZ taZA
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a a helt of B D1y arl7a theuaaad feet feetand Feetand eeland
and was going De ao strong that It ItII aeemed aeemedIHtery aurdliltily
IHtery II that he would Anita without out HtaUnx HtaUnxatop waOP aMcia
a atop OP but prudence aeema em to have cauacd cauacdhla
him to decide not R to make th the attempt attemptDarkaeaa attemptDrktaem
Darkaeaa warn falling and akaouia It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would hare h ha been ea easy y to cHow the land landmarka tImrk liadmarka
marka at night a descent t might have beea beeahaiardoua bM8hantoua behaxardous
haiardoua haiardouaMoreover hantouaMono haxardousMoreover
Moreover Mono Paulfcan ai a he said after afterward afl lu luward ¬ I Iant
ward ant was more than half frozen and andafter 8daft aMftr
after aft hill long loa day da work fixing lae laemachine 111 111machine lbmacbin
machine he had had cnou enodib h Ho there therefore Iherefo theretore
fore fo sought a landing place between betweenTawworth belll belllTatltworth
Tawworth and Dd UdtHeld and came dewa dewaclose dewacloee downelms
close to IJchfleld Station The Tb etta ettaIhronCfd trretawere trtswere
were thronged with people for hi Ita ap approach approach p pproach ¬
proach had been algaaUed f but coajpara C8II1parathel comparatlvely coajparatlvely
tlvely thel fow taw w him hit descend He Ii was waaa
a 110 0 numbed aad weary that he h had to be behelped behel behelped
helped hel 1 out of bla hi seat t He H admitted admittedafterward admittedattrward d drtard
afterward that h he bad made thtfdeacent thtfdeacentwilb lh defOht defOhtwltb
with rt t diMcuky dlMeuk He went to bed bedat bedt bedat
at t a hol hotel l stating that it was w bit blteD blteDtlon hi mIen intention mIention ¬
tion to tart again early rl enough today toda to toAftteh todnIh
Aftteh within the th prescribed twentyfour twentyfourhoura twontyfmlrbOIlrs twnty4ourhours
hours houraIt
It wan the galhertec darkneaa darkn and the thecold theoold theooId
cold which milan compelled rJ White hito to a light alightafter lightafter Uptarwr
after he had I been to Ihoalr the If for K minute minuteHe mmutlie
He II came down at Rhoade Rb station tl Uoe a sub aulurh suburb ul ulum >
urh of Northampton shortly before beforeoclock IJICoreolock beforeoclock
oclock Ilia experience eaperl were we similar alraitarto
to Paulhaaa It waa understood that t both bothintended bothInte bothIntended
intended detl to atm again In at t dawn Inthl Inthlcaae In thlll thlllCUft thise
caae e autning umlaJ amooth ootn travelllnc at atyeaterdaya AtrdeallPd atyesterday i
yesterday rdeallPd speed Paulhan ought to have havearrived haverrifId havearrived
arrived at t Manchester at t i oclock ocok and andWhite andWhite andWhit
White at t about bt ajo 1 A M 1 The T weather weatherla Iher IherI
la I 1 fairly falrll goad Both Bth machine lachinN are 1 nm In the theheat Ih Iht thebeet
heat t of order orderPaulhan orderPaqihan
onr onrt
t Paulhan started tfe with ih sixteen astr Ration Rationof pailonsof lon lonof
of petrol trl He lt II ho hop hoped > ed at lt flr ft first t to make makethe Jk Jktbe makethe
the night Ilaht without wihuut alighting He lt 11 paaaod paaaodover PI PIoVtr
over oVtr Hugliy nlIhr eightythree mil mi miles from fromLondon fromlnduat fromlondon
London lnduat at 7 71 going swiftly 11 Hopaaaetl HopaaaetlTamworth H He p1 p1Tamwrth passed passedTamwoh
cne
Tamworth Tamwrth at t going Klna fast and nd smoothly moothl moothlWbl1
Whites Wbl1 Urt Ilrt waa w greatly EII embarraaenl embarraaenlhy b 1 1h
hy h hs a crowd rwd of more mo thin TOono rptto rpttoRlnC spectators spectatorsMince pecUtoraSince
Since RlnC hU hi trial trl last week k he I has ha received receirmlnumeroiM Ilnd IlndDUmm receivednumerous
numerous DUmm luck bringer brln golliwog clop horse horaoahoee h hIh horseshoe
shoe Ih and n slippers lppr Among Arone other thing Ihln Ihlnh thingshe
he h received Ilv1 a toy 10 black hlacl kitten kilf encircled encircledwith encircledwith olr olrwith
with n red n white hll and nd blue hile liii ribbon rhbon which whichlie whichbe
be ha h has affixed amat to hi hi aeroplane aeroplaneKTHKI aeroplanert prpl prplTIII
KTHKI TIII rt 111 Y KKHVIT l1HVIT WI WIetmt aiisuet 1 1Cmt
Cmt < suet tJtmlien mb Takes TI Ills 1 HoMeielt Hp and amiHer andIke nd ndI
Her I Brettirr Brt fp to I Ilia 11 rrettlane Arrnlsneflti rrettlanePA p pr
r np flti t ti Se T Fax rx rxIaiita
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PA I Iaiita ii IK April prll 27 r Kermll trlll and andItooxeveli nd Fth1 Fth1nOCJt11 Ethel Ethelhiooievnlt
Itooxeveli nOCJt11 made ladfO a night flRht In a Wright Wrebt hi hipl hinl hiplene
pl plene ne nl at lt Xineenue lncInu Ute 11 this Ih afternoon afternoonThey afternoonThey eron I
They Th were Wf nccoiupmled oolnplfl to the rh aerodrome aerodromeby frorm frormI
by I the th American Amr1 end In1 ttiI Briti Drllh Drhtiih h Military MilitaryAtta Mlt Mltt MilitaryAttahe
Atta Attahe t hA h and a liarmi nr dIUli iIEiirnehles Ilolrtl > irnrlIi d dConHtant dCHnllal1 Itt IttConstant
Constant ConHtantCotnt CHnllal1 Constantotnt
Cotnt olnt otnt L Lllrt Latnbert t l > ert an n axfl x Iort > ert Wright Wrl ht pilot pilotImmediately piot piotImmdltl pilotimmediately
Immediately invited Inlt < 1 lth lth1 l to 1 make an anaerial analal anaerial
aerial alal trip Irl A minute later ar they Ih were wereM weresoaring r
soaring M rlnl nV ov ove v the thl th military Inlitar ground arolnd which whichMl
Ml Ko Roseyeiie vli lather had h covvred
11 HOvI rvtn on onhorxhavk onhoriehavk n nhOnbtk I
horxhavk hOnbtk in tho th morning morningKettnit Iorln IorlnImil morningKermit
Kermit Imil wnt nt up lp neat n1 and nd ex exiwesstt < re < > M > d keen keendecht kl keendelight
delight dechtThen dlhl dlhl1n delightThen
Then 1n a third Ihln person Jlnn clamored clamor to t maLe maLeen mlf mlfan miean
an ac acant nt This Tl wa Oabrivle Gabritl dAn dAnnud tAn tAnlutdo dArtnudlo
nud lutdo nudlo lo the Italian 1n poet Jt wearing ene yellow yellowkid Jlow Jlow1it
kid 1it glove RIU j > nd Immaculate Imma IIt fawn fln color cglorsd cglorsdtrvliir flor florlfl d dtmiicer
tmiicer lfl To him l lso o a rids rid wa a given glrenTli
111 Tli ruahin phin which took lok them up I Imklll wa wamaking wasmnsklij
making it its flr nt t trip and nd wa l hiaIisi > a > li l lr lrMi livMbe Y
Mi Mbe < Unovelt
1 IInW I WI WIEquestrian rovrvr rovrvrwa ITT ITTlrtl
Equestrian lrtl 11w Galtaw4 t tw wa waHer lesks lesks11cr hur I
Her 1 14111g Ing 1 hi RrMlte Rrhl RrhlIrjorl Path PathMarjorie PalliMrrjorie
Marjorie Content otmt the th Itfleenyeorold Itfleenyeorolddaighter Itfteenyearnhldaighter
daighter clahtr of f Harry I < oitrnl < Hitet utlli > l a broker bnikerwho hnlr brokerwho I Iwho
who live P a the t h HI Itegla uI wa hurt Ilrt yen yentrnlay yesterday I Itmly
trnlay aftemixjii ar m while 111 rifling in il tnrall Vntral VntralPark ntrailark
Park The 1 girl Kr accompanied AlnllnM by tier tierriding hrrillt herrhhinj
riding rillt matter Oti f1 Coleman was WI gtMiig gtMiigMMith Ciul guilsicsooth
sooth 11 tm u ii II M > ea eas4 l bridle brdl uttli 1 > lh near INr grtlizty grtliztythird Mixly Mixlythird HhIYIhlnl
third street An rqueatrian NIria galloping gallopingnorth tIIIII tIIIIIIIIrtl gahloiiiigtiuriti
north IIIrtl at high lth H II sired > ed ran ri m him hUl her Tin Tingirl Tbgirl I
girl ei reined her Ipr horse bo to t li tliv Ih right too to late lateto I IaeIm
to tl Im avoid the Ih full ful foriw f otis of the h ooltiaioii ooltiaioiiBoth cslftslniinthi UlsOI I
Both Blh nthi home ho went to t their Itr knee kl Tim Timtn TI TImn Thinman
tn mn ti retained rlaid hi IIa Meat w a but I the gins li iiirse iiirsefell < ire irefell 1
fell with li hr r anil ah > m f thrown Irwi In II ii the thepaid Ih thepath
paid paidIltletuan plh pathtoletiiii I
Iltletuan 11 dltl 11 iifri 11 tliiuk I Iuk to puraieihe puraieihemail Ill pure I the theIilt I
mail 1 wli W < > wa responsible pouibl fur the tl accident accidentll ltllt ltlltI
ll lie rude toleman ditmouiiteil ditmouiiteiland
I r away Y QIla 1luIIII1 1luIIII1ald
and ald wertt t ID t tlieav t the asiissaue > i taii < > of if UU Wl Content ContentIr xileul xileullr III IIIUr
lr Ali AI Aiie > v Iregory nflor of r 2 Waaliinron WaaliinronStiiare Wlncul WaahingonSquare
Square llU Sonli rlh who ho wa walking Ikine in the thepark th thprk thepark
park prk aw the II accldeut cldJ and aJ ran rn to the lb aide aideof sideof id idfr
of fr the Ih girl who wa A uacoaacioua IDcO Or OrIregory lrIregory r rU
U Iregory < Ir and 1 Coleman oltmn lifted Iff the th girl to the theaide theaid tb tbside
aide of the th road rd and ne a few minute mlnll later lateran
an automobile Iomobl came O up lp and nd In that she shewas lm lmwa h hW
wa W taken tIM to the hotel hotelA loul
A eon ln of Harry lal Content olt said II last night nightthat nlhtIha nightthat
that Iha his hi aialer le was renting In very ve well el and andthat andIha andthat
that Iha phyaieian lhJdn said ald that her injuries IDju were werenot wr wrno werenot
not no serious rlo Her face was badly by cut cuthowever itt itthowever I
however loweer and ad her nose no swollen wole though thoc not notbroken notbrokf notbroken
broken brokf Marjorie Content CClft la I a good Io rider riderand ridrad riderand
and ad baa b taken Ike prism p at t the th Madiaon MadiaonHquarn Ma MAdleonMquars
Hquarn Su Garden Gne Show and ad at t Long LIS Branch BranchC Brc ranchC44Pl
C C44Pl 4V4 440 IM TO Tf GIST GiT SH CKIET0S H4ETf H4ETftl K41LETAVtasath CKIET0Sath
tasath ath tl Paid Veeher Ieee c Plans jatrmatle K Kpteratlni F Ex Exprallse
pteratlni p t Weal t if f Rstfteei R Bay BayTOBOKTO a RatToaorro
TOBOKTO ToaoK April 27 27Though Though Toub th an announcement anRoCet announcomelit ¬
nouncement RoCet ha b ban not ot been b mad d officially officiallythere oMeI officiallythere
there t ia I little doubt dbt Sir S Era I ast Snaektoton Snaektotonwho 8lt
who to I at present prnt in I tafo t city et will UI return returnto mumt
to Caaada and do exploration OlJ work for forth forth forthe
t C o
th day dayI th the Canadian Can Government GIt He aald ad JJ to today t p ¬
I hare h the exploration 1Jatl Idea Id flnaly flnalyBxud SemlySaM I
SaM as in my m bead h and It seems to m me that thatthere thttt thatthere
there tt I no placa pJe wbl where there th Is I a better betteropening bt betteropening
opening for that sort of work than th her herin b bIn hirein
ole 80r wo
in Canada Caa You ou have h acarcely a eeratcbed eeratcbedthe
the surface aa of your or land ld All A th thwe thweld western weaternaid
aid ld of Hudson Hudo Bay la I unknown unnol It It Ita rich richneaa richItem
Item Oe untouched untouchl My 1 idea ld would wold b b be that thatthere tht thttere thatthere I I
there tere should hd be excellent eolft chaofea aua for forthe fo forthe
the tb establishment tabUemet of an a exploration sploO fore foreof fC fCof fortof
who know both bow to toorganize toorganize
of practical pracic men 1m wh kao o t
organize opDlz and how h to t execute executeI af
1 ehould ld have h with lh m me several r of the thebeet theb thebeet
beet raloeraJo ml mineraloita t from lrl Australia AUI men meneminently 1 meneminently
eminently b fitted ftt ol to rough rou It to nuke nukebricka ak akbrka
elint bricka from fr straw awut and r at th tM tIme same 1 tine tineMOO d dw timeMan
MOO bde whoa w work would have weight with withnnaadera withfe withfInanciers
fInanciers wo TheV n Tbsp wo would w IM t aM to t Utt Uttat tUa l lat
at fe one where w there t wan nest or o silver a or oreeeeer o oree
eeeeer a ee r There T I Ii weak wo for fo u U us to 1 do d In InCanada I IC InCatamds
Canada C I OM 1 ss aattoftad fJ of o that tM and M I IBOM It Iknen
BOM to return r to t do d It I I boy I MIl afeaHrWum MIlreta 1 1t
rWum reta I lov 1 lovCeaeeted t to t Canada os4 and l ax o > into ls tl the work workI wo
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and t tM tb rhUadrlyfcta ridtI HeweHe HeweHeTMnki HomeHiThbtks
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After Af a four foul yoara o struggle tllrle that tht haa haacoat h1 h1COt hacoat
coat COt bin hi all 1 bia bl hi time d some sm of hi his health healthand hlh hlhcerll healthand
and certainly cerll a largo Ir sitar ar of hi his fortune fortuneOacar fortuneO fortuneOscar
Oscar O Hatnmenlein Hatln ha gone oe out of the thegrand to toan thigrand
grand < an opera o hunlnee hUlln i for good o It I took tooka tok tokur
a very ur bad b operatic year to t do the job jobbut Jobhut joltbut
but no OB O one man mU can cn stand ln up against llnat lbS thaopera t lbSopera
opera orr deficit lclt in It I iti prraent day da form formKven for formEn
Kven E the tnllllottalm director dlrol of the theMetropolitan theMelrpllt theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Melrpllt Opera Opr Company Ccmp are I jarred jarredby Jr
by the yawning difference dUref between It outlay outlayand oltlynd outlayand
and receipt Ilptll Into Int which whkh they Ih am forced forcedto for
to 0 peer r every V spring Ho it I h is a wonder wonderthat wondotthat ondr ondrIhat
that Hmmerteln lmmfntln wa w able hl to t May in th thgame Ihme the thegame
game me J so o long longTim 1011 longThe
Tim 1 announcement anOllnNmnt of fr hi his retirement retirementwa rf mnt
wa made ma yesterday in the Ih following followingMatement follolnltrron followingstatement
statement from Samuel Hmll1 llntennyer who whoconducted wht whtondctf cli cliconducted
conducted ondctf the negotiations negotlationAn oLton > >
An agreement tnt ha been reached fhd be between I Ifr Istwtn ¬
tween Oscar fr llamtn lmmt11 Hammerstein r teln and nd Kdward KdwardT fIrd fIrdT
T Hlol Kluthr Mbury of PhiladelphU by 1 the theterm th thler thetorte
term ler of Ir which Mr Htotevbury Ktot and andIH andhis nd ndhI
hI his IH a aseoclatea < eorlate Iat acquire lll the th Philadelphia PhiladelphiaOpera PhiadIhll Plihladlphiiopera
Opera Ur HOIIM 111 > iromrty Iur and Mr Ir Hammer Hammeri lmmI lmmIIeln hammerstein
i stein retire tl from rnJI the th leld n of < > i 1rA > ra In the thecitle tb tbrll thecities
cities rll of NVw S ew York ork Philadelphia Ihlallpll and andeluewhore atmilelsewber 11 11Iwh
eluewhore Iwh Ttie 111 Manhattan 1Ihtan Opera OJr house HOUMwill 111 houseciii >
will 1 be I devoid vul < by Mr Ir llammerotein 1Rmtpln to toother toolhr toother
other olhr purpose plllh An A a result ult of four rlr year yearexperience yaf yearsexperlence
experience f sprlnce Mr 11 lUmmermlwIii fnd 1nd < that thatI IhAItll thatthe
I tll the lie production rrlIIlon of opera olr on fl the Ih wale 1 un onwhich unhl una
which a hl b it ha h < been hiambition hi his mlltlon to tOI produce produceit > odu oduIt
it ha become IMme increasingly difficult dlmclli year yeart yearby
b by t y year ar The 11 exartlonn eltlol of the Ih artists artitmuniciana artistsmusician rtltnJitlna
nJitlna musician and other otl liroiight about Iolt by byIhe iy iyrivr bylbs
lbs rivalry Itetw tlwecn en the th two opera pr houitmi houitmiIt ho hohaTI hoitasahare
haTI hare It a TO grown an almost Im t ttarnnd 10rold b yntmI control and andtiave andhI andhave
have hI been theixxa thJ isbn louiif lit urli h advancing advancingprice advancingprkes tvanrlng tvanrlngpi
price pi that notwithstanding 9tIlalJnc the Ih generous generoustronatn generousjlflflR nfnl nfnliIn
iIn jlflflR tronatn > accorded ln1 by the Ih public Plhlc each eachof h hof
of the th houses hOI > h hsa tieeu I faiH r > tn I f ra tare with withA wllhJncitnq
A uIeflcjen uIeflcjenMr deflciency deflciencyMr
Mr Hanineralem la nmrin I 111118 Is aatiartej that it I it itin I III Ishi
in II the Ih Internal of the th opera ollr going Rin public publicthat pllblc publicthiat
that 111 the Ib theieenntiunssiiahl > evasion In ohall hal l is > e kept within withiniHiund withinhuornds ithinhlIO
iHiund hlIO une 111 uss we am A to lie I deprivetl of ofopnra ofor ofopera
opera or and that the Ih only way to accomplish accomplishthat alplh alplhlhat
that purpose pll i is to have hsvt one on opera 1 > ra house hoiuwIttalead hOI houseInstead
Instead of two A Am the th MotroH 3ilotmoiuhtan 3ilotmoiuhtanOmPflY 1Irpullll 1Irpullllorl > litan litancompany
company orl n ha h has wlia b nnoiinl IOIII to a I subsidy aulmidythrough allhlidyIbroueh subsidythrough
through its stockholders tokholdrs It can perhaps perhapbelter PrhlI perhapsletter
letter 1I fulQI Clln the he public publc need needArthur needtrthuar I Itllf
Arthur tllf Hammervlein lammtllen who had hi hifather hio hiorth lila lilatithers
father rth power 1 of attorney Itomf and repre repreented rf rfint represented
ented int him In Ihe tli negotiation clationl Mild Id la last lastnIght l lnight
night that the th paper Irr were signed ie1 on onTueeday onTufay oilTuesday
Tuesday Tufay evening vHlnlt at the residence fidt of Oito OitoH
H Kahn Mr Kahn Kan represented I Mr Mrlol Mrtofrsbury Ir Irqoaryln
qoaryln < < lol tofrsbury aotiry in th the Mleand sale If and nd Paul t > Cravath Cravaththe Cra h htb
the tb Metropolitan Metropltn Opera Orr Company CompanySamuel rAmpny rAmpnyImu1 CompanySamuel
Samuel Imu1 Ioterniyer whit wl acted ce for both bothmile bh bhNI bothaisles
mile NI cal a preoent also 11 Mr Ir Hammer Hammerulelti lamr HammerIeins
ulelti Koot 1111 Ieins attorney Olorl at the th meeting ltinc wit K t H HKoot HUoot IIitOIt
I My 11 father rlhel retfivml i more IUO than thanIMI th1 1110 1110I 3uan 3uanhi
IMI hi Arthur rlhlr llarutneratein trrnlln Mid Id and n1 re retain r rtin retains ¬
tin full rli potesion pon nf if the th Manhattan ManhattanOpera Manhatn ManhatnUp Manhattanopera
I Opera Up H I hhiMise < Hie The 11f negotiations lolltlon began beganJnt I Irlr beganJust
Just after the th Boston Jtol engagement of f the thej thesiiipanv
j I iiiupanv IIn I tent It a cable rhl cal lout III night Ihl to toI le leI tolily
I inv I father slier I I lLi lie uiprr IUII had 1 hn hnicnI beensign4 > n > n nI
I mgnetl It 1 uvt i l more rl than S2tsu > To tUy 11 I
I I had an n am answer > wer from rror my lY father lie liesaid
1 said Id I um I glad yet i am xtrry xtrryArthur aurrytrthuusr ry ryj 1
j Arthur rthlr Haimuer IIIUIII llaiiituerstrhti fin md tlml he I hail hodmi hailI 1 1IU
I mi IU exufl lu 1 Idea hl u us to what bal dih uhiMuitioII 1lIi > o it > ii Inn Innfather hi luauI I II
I father might iuak of tint I AUiihaltMii AUiihaltMiibut
but lII thought II might IIlht be l niwtl 1 fur valid validvllle vallII
I vllle will II HP 1 hI will join j11 O 1r 4 < utr llauiiner 1lmI11 hissuitnerstehti hissuitnerstehtiiii > > ti > in inIn
In II l Ilr Irie ri > > noil 1t wiirk w and the Ih future rUh of r the theopera Ih Ihh thulupera
opera busts h w III 111 IM m ssttleul ssttleulrIis > tlled tlledTin 11 11TI
TI Tin full fiI Kignitlcatic 11lw u of Ihe I h transaction transactionl I lratiaclilecomea rarh rarhIlm
l Ilm lecomea > ecom plain Ialll only 011 whvn whOI it I i is known that thatMr lluuitMr II I IIr
Mr Ir Slot Mtutesluusry l Iry > iiry who lu h b I lstt > > ii the Ih Ihou hint muwlgetierou hintgeilerouis
getierou ou miptorler u if f Mr Ir Hammer Hammertrill Ulmr linuuiieratlihlus
atlihlus trill 111 PhllodtMilt Phiahllhl enlerpriMp 11rlI ha II been beenadded IsoMiutisi
added ad1 to the th liotnl of director tiftol of the theMetropolitan Ib IbIrplilln ltoeMetropolitan
Metropolitan Irplilln Opera Opn Company umpany mpnr und In that thatIhe Ih1Ihe thatthe
Ihe future tot ur ore Philadelphia performance prorlulnc of ofIhe ort ofthe
the t Metropolitan Opera O ra intnptnv UIIn uutfljJiflV will 11 11Iinn he hegiven I Iglvii
given Iinn In II the II Philadelphia Ibllelllhia Opera Upr House HOIIMIbuilt Ho Hohlllr HouseIuuilt
built hlllr by O war car Ifauimeralein Uallllelell three II liii year yearnfo yersago al ala
ago a c Hai IlesiIta i le the b fourteen rUllrtMI porforinajirt porforinajirtgiven pronlalC pronlalCjlv perfornanceaglvetu >
given jlv there II by the Ih Metropolitan Mlrlolan Opera OperaCompany UIrlunpl Operaomupauly
Company lunpl there IhOn will 1i lw h > a ten week > gsaenn gsaennI eaM AII AIII > n nl
l I > y the I h company rml from frm the h Chicago ehi1 Oiern OiernHouse OlrHo OjsrstHon
House Ho which will 1 I > n nwned next season waoonfor seasonfor on onfor
for only onl ten tel week w k and alldlOI not twenty t w nl a as origi originally oriCini uriginally ¬
nally ni planned IInnNtR 1ulannedSo
80 R this mean that the Ih Metropolitan MetropolitanOpera Melroplln MelropllnOpr detropoIitanOpera
Opera Opr Company rmrY with its I interest inl in inPhiladelphia I inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Plladlphl ftoalon mlun and Chicago lhltao ha haabeorbed hatr has hasabsorbed
absorbed tr the Manhattan Mnhtan Opera Orr House Houooaad Hou Houad Houseand
and ad IncidenUlly IncidataU wiped wp wl its It battling btUne rival rivalOacar rlnlOr rivalOscar
Oscar Or Hammentein lmmlin off 0 the th operatic operaticmap oprsUe oprsUemp
map The Te Metropolitan MrJUla Opera Opl Company Companyacquires CmpnJ CmpnJeulr Companyacquires
acquires eulr not only the tb scenery nr and nd ndtum COB COBtume cc cctumes
tume used uM at t Ihe th lb Philadelphia Opera OperaHouse Opl OplRou OperaHouse
House Rou and nd at t th the Manhattan MlhaUan Opera OperaHouse Opra OpraBo OperaRouse
House Bo her hr but it acquires ul the right rightato reht rehtt rightto
to t Louies LuIM PelWas 1 f it t M Mfld Mfldl MIissnde MIissndeThaIa liaaade liaaadeThala
Thala l and nd all 1 the composers opra rights rightsto nIb nIbto rightto
to th the French Frch opera opra on which it baa baaeast bec ha haeast
east c envioua no glance alal ever since Ince thei t topr tImes tImesoperas > e eopera
opera opr were r introduced Intue here h by b Oscar OacarHamsaertin o Oscaramnerstln < r rJID
Hamsaertin JID n Tha Th Tales T1 of Hoffmann Hoffmannla Romaan RomaanI
la I public puble property prpr but bt there th are a number numberof numbr numbrof
of work wok in th the Maeenel repertory repertorythat prtor
that tht th th thi Metropolitan 11etrpUtn will wl be b delighted delightedto dlbe
to t produce prUO Whether Whthe or not it will wl take takeon tke tkeOft
on Mr r Hammerateln Hmlnllna right to the tb opera operaof orre orreI
of Richard Rchr Hirsute to I not BO certain certainThen craIn craInTen certainThen
Then Ten some a of th th the moat 1 popular ppular of the theHammerateln Ih IhHnmtein theesetein
Hammerateln Hnmtein singer Cncrs hYe have been acquired acquiredby cull
by b the Ih company cpl which under thn th man management mn mnnt manspetnent ¬
agement nt of If Andrea Andra Dippel Dippl i is to sing aingin ane aneIn
in Chicago olcl and at Philadelphia Plllphl Among Amongth Amonglhce
th lhce are rs Maurice Maune lUsaud R d Charles Cr flat Daimores Dl Dlmor flatmorel
mores mor Ituiaa li TetraBxlni Teraanl and nd son a of ofth ofti oflb
th ti principal pracpal artist a who bar h appeared appearedat ppal
at t th th the Manhattan Opera Opr House Ho They Theywill Te Theywill
will wl appear ppr chiefly Cle7 in Philadelphia Pllpi and andChicago ad andcklcsao
Chicago 01 although Ithe it to I hy b no 1 mesas a car certain cre cretla cartam ¬
tain tla tam that tb they will wll not D al also ate sing at t th thMetropolitan the theHn thictrepofltan
Metropolitan Hn Opera O Hotaw Bo from rr Um dm to tottae toCCf toIlet
ttae Cleofoat CCf Campantcl CpnlD who ha habea b bb habean
bean b angafed for om month mGI to t con conduct C condunt ¬
duct In I Chicago Clcl p and Philadelphia Plfh will willbar wll wlla willhave
bar a th th thi chW e arttota a of tb tl the Hammer Hammertein Hmm Hammerstein
stein fon company mp1 again in under ud him control controlWhether ctl ctlo controlWbtt
Whether or o net M Mary Garden On will wl return returnseem mumt
seem to t ba b ascertain tl aa A she e had mp mporated M asparatd
orated frees Mr ISammertrfn dflnit
r w 0 dfltl dfltlb dsflnltly dsflnltlybefore ly lybfor
before b ae left l for fo BumpXfttMdjr Bump EuropeXbI rp
XfttMdjr XbI believed 1 Oacar O Xarmxieratoto Xarmxieratotowa Hm
wa 1 a aiwiona rloua when w fiv 8Y year 7 ago q ba b began begantt b
tt > talk M mfbeceetsM bwaaOBc b aa operatio impresario faspreaarioH
JJ4 H wd < 1 buat fet Jl tMetr down to I bWest bWestCon1MudomI3eundPeg Weat WeatCenufettea We WeCO
Cenufettea CO Con1MudomI3eundPeg Con1MudomI3eundPegflHt o4 04 Stemd Ptyt T
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Kara Sa Hntband Ha Abaad thandeed b l Her HerVtanta HeranI
Vtanta anI 1 Her Hf ChIld CtiUtlMra ChIldMrs < t
Mrs H Raima Fun Ueodleaton Dlet Held i8e applied appliedto appl
to 14 Supreme Court lolrt ourt Jiwticu JUltiw Bliiicliird Bliiicliirdyesterday l3I4ichardyesterday char
yesterday yeten for a I writ of habeas ha corpus crlla to toregain tortpln toregain
regain rIo possession of her b nineyearold nineyearolddaughter nlnroldduhr ninyearolddaughter
daughter duhr Mary Hl Ogood oo Field FII and nd said saidthat uldtbt saidthat
that tbt her hlr husband buband Thomas 1loms Pearsall rrl Field Fieldabandoned Feld Feldbdone Fieldabandoned
abandoned bdone her be on o March 3rcb 10 10 Until Unt re recaatly f recntly
caatly t the Field iel were wer living at t 31 1 East EastSillyMventh Et Et8tetb EastHlztysgvonth
SillyMventh 8tetb street trt but Mra M Field ik U Unow I Inow Inow
now at t the New Weston eton Hotel lotel at Jt 3 Kaat KaatFortyninth EitFortyninth t tForynlnth
Fortyninth Forynlnth street Mrs Mrl Field said id she tJiebelieved shebelieved e ebUed
believed that tbtbor her husband huabuc lived Ie at II IIWeat I IIWest
West et Thirtyfifth Thlrnfth street where whe he ha h a aal areal
real al 1 estate Iato office olc He le hi ha hu been I living Ivlle at atthe attle t ttJ
the tJ Hotel 1011 Gotham GothamIn
In the Ih petition ptton upon UpOI which hid tli this writ writwaa writwu writwas
was granted llt Mr ll FIeld declared celred that Ut uuhie uuhiewas he heWIB heo
was o married rrlt on November ovelhlr 13 I 1803 Uln and andthat andthat nd ndthat
that her only child dIl la i her daughter Mary MaryOgood Mar Maroeo MaryOsgood
Ogood oeo Field ill She said Id that tht when WhM hot horhusband borbulJollft hothusband
husband bulJollft loft her nu IU March rh 10 he look lok the thelittle IheIlt thelittle
little Ilt girl 1lI witlijiit wilwlt telling I IlnJ her blr anything anythingabout AnIbinbolL auythingalmoiji
about bolL It i Field Iiel took tok hi hil his daughter to toBermuda toBmukl toermukia
Bermuda Bmukl and remained rmne there unlit Inl April Apri
4 and Mr MI Field declare cel thil IM he h didnt didntlearn dldntItrn uiidntlearn
Itrn learn where IIh her daughter luRbter wo WIl until ultl much muchluter mich michltr tituscitlater
later luterShe ltr laterShe
ltrle She le says that I she loves Iv her child I ld dearly dearlyand drlyanl dearlyand
and anl i il iii ansioua to have huaveher her r l aok > believing believingthat hliv I Itht
that the Ih rhlldii rhl mural welfare wlar will wi Im pro protected Iro IroI irotecteui ¬
tected I < IMM by h her The 1le child chilI love her hernet hrant lustand
ant and net wont 1M hue H > contented rllfnl1 away awo from rr her hershe hrh hershe
she h nay MVI The Th absence br of ff tier daughter daughterla dallht1
h has la maJn lur ill i and ali iiiilmu 111 the tl th child rhl < i iretor Irlorl ts tsreatorul
retor rlorl l h hr r illness will b I Ie aerravnli sggravateutShe l lShe
In wi IAI
She Rie dcclnrir cdar that alt he h IM i a vioman Olln of mean meanand ItIII ItIIIanJ nituuisand
and well 1 ails 11 to care fur the Ih child and andamert BnIart mmiiassert
art flint Iot she Ihe i II a upright I Ill I and pure pureMr Iur1Ir pureMrs
Mr Field would not lot diaeiiMt llu tho Ih ease cannlast easelast a alu
last night nllht and all li leer > r InioUaud IUIUu was W not fouud fouudI rOlul1 foutuilThe
Qh The I is the tll daughter calllhlfOr of Alfre1 Alrfl X lleadle lleadleton Itdl Itdlalu
ton alu the th lresr > rewer who I lin wan Wi married lariI lait laitHay IIt IItIa Irtstiay
Hay Ia to I linen IIu F llnurd I u rd daiiKlitr of ofK ofK f fR
R K C 1 llarard lard the grocvr Jr Tim 1 FitId FitIdwere Fildwr jtldu jtlduwere
were married lv 1 Ihn I I lie Iur ire < Miit lit llii IIUII IIUIIOrr htishmuii htishmuiiurser > lioi lioiGreer
Greer urser KuM i is relatej rIIIJ to Wiial illiaiu It ItCoxl nCO Ittgous1
tgous1 > > > CO Coxl iII and ali nttauded 111 thw th eddiliithn fI1 eddilii dutitigof I I If
of > f the Utter and I lila il ula Vaiiderliilt alllrII Sloaile Sloailegramldaiigtitvr Sloanegranthlamsgtitr Iun
gramldaiigtitvr cII < tr of r IommiNloro lulmolro Vamler Vamlerlilt tiuulerIdhi
lilt hil IdhitR liltMfS
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spfjl ptt CiiSIt ttrtptit P la t T TWI Srx Srxlx MusTono I Ilsos
lx lsos Tono > DOX April Ilri 2 21 While Whl Mrs 1 John JohnDiddulph Johl JuhutiRidduipli
Diddulph Martii formerly Mr 111I Victoria VictoriaMxlhullwa VictoriaWuuostutuhtwas irturlD irturlDOIIIA
Mxlhullwa OIIIA aulomoblliiiK IJorobllt nwirTewktM nwirTewktMjiiry n nenr rwk rwkblr Tee kes kesbusty
blr busty jiiry this 111 11th afternoon At muol her car lr camn m into intocollision intocllol hub hubenhlisiouu
collision cllol with another automobile automobileOne Blltorobi
One Un of > f Mr I Martins Mrtilr arm wn w > > broken brokenand Irk Irkad humokenand
and ad she alt h was a severely nnaken hpn Her car cara ar arI
a I i l horsepower Morrwde nI was badlr badlrinaihed blh blhnh baIlvunauhiud
inaihed unauhiudituini inaihediKRIIH nh nhURII
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AM Al t ANT AN Apr tprl rl I 77 Fdwaril Ian Pavon PavonW IavsonWeston
W Won lon the Ih veteran iWealrlan rolrin had h11iou a ariou aserious
1iou serious > riou nvliitt m on Ol tb I the > wav from fr Pror rro in inHudson 10Hdon inHuudeon
Hudson toniiht nhit which willnf cill I nl leant delay delayhim delayhim
him I 1m several Ixmr llr When Wh Wewton Ion IonTrn Iff 141Troy I ITror
Troy Trn an automobile Iomolio party > rty WII went wed I alone ale with withhltn withhim ii
him hll intending iDtfdil to keep kff Lee In li Ii close Cr touch tOIh with withWeaton withIon withWptnn
Weaton Ion iint1 he h reached HIIIM 11 > II Th Thtrip T flip fliptrip
trip wa made In ner the oIl 01 Mluinv Ilbutnyrol Un Irmt Irmtroad JrII JrIIml
road ml and 11 We Wutoii > ton 01 and alll hi his pnrtv artv were werewithin w wUhlll wereV
within V hlh Pu four our mileof lilor uui liu of fajiItton au Idiot at 3uVlo clok uehskfbi clokIhl k kihii
fbi afternoon wlen In an automobil IIOIOil ram ramtearing raU eatiuctearing
tearing along Icnr tIe II road rt1 toward Allvanv AllvanvThe AlhauuvThe hlv hlvTh
The Th aiitomolnl olnli rontaininK IIlnlna Weti Veutue Veutueparty 11 11lllY > iri iriparty
party shifted hil to If I the th ails il of tl thu Hi rood 1 In Inwhich I litwhirl I
which W eetuui toll and ale n I youug Ul nmii 111 mini fnimTniv miniTrw
Trw Tn wer we r walking wlklll The T Utter r nu mhln mhlnhit < hint hinthit
hit Wn rstutia > t 11 > ini roiiikinion urJlliun and le the ti lb Ud Udwu 11 11WII Liulwits
wu WII thiowu fortibly rord up 11 against blue tJ 1 is isulstriti r rdentrian >
dentrian Wrototi uutotu tUI wa W ktnxkf lal > k1 l duwn duwnand uluwiiatiul IWI I
and 111 hU hll ankle alld verh > t > vrh tribed l ni il He I II was WUHtukit wastokuis
tukit tk to the Ih home hUI of l Jr r Ira H I Uirrisou Uirrisout hri 1 rrisoul rrisoulof
t of f Eit r tire I rrrsiluuishi nltiiHh iltoiit fit ii h IIIIM Ilil fiiiin fiiiinAllmny fl11 1iusuA
Allmny A Din bnlr isv and 111 put I Iml 151Or 1 j I
l Il Or > r Uarri1 < larri larrieti n wild li1 V Vrutiniuu loni Iu 11111 iiiUI wn wnIjrili was wasbritietI 11 11Irni
I Ijrili britietI nlanil 311 ail the II wulUtrVnrrvfuioiiifwhnt wulUtrVnrrvfuioiiifwhntahaltend walkers lusty ro uuuuewlirtt uuuuewlirttshattril I
ahaltend but I that Ihll there th win Wi no ii tnii1 tnii1for n nI I Ifur
I for a alnn la nn We Veutoii ton 1 hje JIII < trd to I Ii giving < hhll ull ullhula 11 11I l lhi >
I hi hula jaunt toward ar lludiuin 111 whiri wh lie lieetNcted hito
etNcted li I to > nrrlxv rh toni tniIh tonihul hl niui nl1 wont wlnl to InIMd tohed tobed
bed IMd oulv ul with wih the th understanding that I hi hinhi h Iiishiutld t thM
nhi hM > uld I < ulle 011 hIeI l st I t M 1 to I continue 111111 runt ittute hm hmJoliniey hil huiiijuluntey
Joliniey JOlin Wmtoii ietti 1 said t he < Wiuld mutely nurelyIm y yli I IIa
Im li in il llihlnoii 1111 early rlr tomorrow lOIrw iiiomuiK Ilnill i iMie I IHi tHit
Hi Hit IIttI 1 flP4 tiisusii tiisusiihIleHuheblers 1 1IUhIPh
IUhIPh Mie 4ir Preiuoleni rtp cC f t ullnl ullnlMrarttrr tl rdt rdtmrttrrn I II
Mrarttrr I KaH IN a > and nd Sipper tp 4tt 4ttCHICTKKNK I IHaYK1l e I
CHICTKKNK HJYKN Wyo yo April 27 The Penn PennVyomilig Ieiunyomitlg ln lnWyonlilC
Vyomilig Inventor I Aociatioii ssociat latlnl 111 toduy toduyIlled t04 t04IIt toduflied
flied IIt suit II m the Ih United HIt fittirt I olrl hert hertagain ht1 ht1KIIII Itetagainst
again KIIII the tl Iuited U tf Smelter HIIr Railway Ra ilwlY ami amiCofiper ali aliolpr xuuulCopper
Copper olpr Company I 01 an to recover sum 1 1aatlnK aggre aggregating aggregsting < ¬
gating SHiMlmo 1111 alleged 1fRt to have h l been beenobtained > een eenobtained
obtained obtinlhnleh through fraudulent rudlllnt method methodThe mllho methodflue
The 1 plaintiff IIintil company cmpllY i ii composed rJped of ofhundreds orhlndr1 ofhuumdreula
hundreds hlndr1 of stockholders toholtor who ho purchased purchasedstock plrh plrhto
stock to and nd bonds hde of the th United Unltfl Smelters SmeltersRailway HrIIr HrIIrRlynd SmelterRailway
Railway Rlynd and Copper loppr Company opny and nd twelve twelveauxiliary twelveusiliary
auxiliary iUlllar companies oompl which hle were or organized orpnize organizad ¬
ganized pnize heavily hfvl capitalized cItUr then thf trans transferred Irnfef transferred ¬
ferred fef or sold 81 out ali it i is alleged nCI without withoutth
th the stockholder toholdeM receiving fllac any aT benefit benefitThe beneiltThe nlt nltT
The T main mn complaint la I directed dirte against againstI
I I Pennock Penock and nd A I Hawee 11 flaw Penn Pennsylvania Ptn PtnInl Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Inl banker bnker W F Cohb of Pitts Pittsburg Pl Plbursn Pittburg
burg bursn and Chicago Ccao F B Draper a Chicago Chicagoattorney Chlca Chicagoattorney
latom attorney and nd E A Norton formerly CormrlTeu u uTexas aTexas
Texas cowboy cowboyIn ooy
In ISM 11 Willis Wil George Gel Emerson Ftln estab established tah tahIIhe tahhished ¬
IIhe lished the th town of Grand Encampment EncampmentIn
In southern suthrn Wyoming purchased purh8 the theFerris tb lbFrrls
Ferris Fr Haggany Hsny copper coppr mine mIn at t Battle Battlelke 8lll BattlelAke
IIkl lAke organizing a company ompn that tbt built builta buil
a smelter clt at Encampment Encmpt and ad a sixteen sixteenmile shiteenmile sn snmne
mile aerial 1 tramway tramw connecting C ne 1 te e mine mineand mlnD mineand
and D smelter mlr the properties prrH having blnc a itJue ulueof itJueof le leof
of about abt two millions miio Four year r later laterthe latrthe laterthe
the properties were e sold 81 to the North NorthAmerican SOrh SOrhAmcn vth vthAmerican
American Amcn Copper Copp Company COlpn Emerson Emersonand tln tlnan Kmeraoand
and an his bl people Jpl taking stock tok therein thlrlr and andatr andintar nd nddipna
atr disposing dipna of it itThe ItTe ItThe
The Te North Noh American mran Company Com pn built builtpower hult hultper builtpower
power per and ad tight lht plant plat and nr established establishedstores establIshedstores tbllhf
stores t and ad hanks hl and ad started tart work on a asteam ArU asteam
steam railway rU connecting cnnene Encampment Encampmentwith Encmpot Encmpotwllh
with th te the Union Unio Pacific Palnot at Walcott WalcottThe Walct WalcottThe
The T Ute lt Edward Fa H Harriatan Ban opposed opposedth
th t the building bilig of this ti railroad nl and ad op after afterceveral atr atrJ afterseveral
several a new n wa
year J company co orga orgaIred orp orgsnIxed
Ired la known knn a th t United Unite Smelters Rlt nail nailroad f1 f1r flaflroad
road r and a Copper Co Company Cpny which took tookover tk tkoe tookover
over oe the t railway rlw mine na smelter mJ tram tramay tramayand way wayand 1
and other o properties and auxiliary aull com companies e cornpant ¬
panies pl pant Then Tn ppM it to alleged ar followed followedBMalputotion foUoe followedmanIpulatIons I
manIpulatIons lpJdO by b which lleh tb U the promoter promoterrealised pmot promoterr1Iaed
realised 1 milHon mll of dollars dollarsi dr I
lN i CfHvva AaMiw Iwvea IwveaBear ieeeesRoaTun
RoaTun Bear April Ap 27 27Prof ProfXuno Pf KUD Euno Francke Franckedkwtor Frcke Frckedi FranckedINotor II I
dkwtor di of o tha Germanic Oo Museum Km at atSEarrxrd atK atHarvard
Harvard K announced toDbjht tlt that tat Adol Adolefau AdolB AdoIthan
than Butch of St t Louis LuS bad b given I ilooo iloooLetkmtaum 100000 100000to
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PICTURE PITURE SHOW SllO LOBBY LOBY DROPS DROPSAI DROP DROPt
AI t HMfrrvo tTI O PaTRONS 4TI FAU FAUITO F4fJIVTO
ITO 1 ftlSKHKVT ftlSKHKVTMetro IUIT IUITt
Metro entcen tree t Presses Hart 1 In Accident WC to toKssex I IArHt InIluei
Kssex Street ArHt Mare Plaresers Beers tImed c Ma MaThat MoThat
That Tt Meat Hot ef 1 Tnos T tasMe I Calil Calilliet
Get Oat Bt t ta t Tumble Tle lata tat I Hste H1 Tee TeeFourteen T TFOlrtn ToFourteen
Fourteen FOlrtn persona pD were r hurt by 1 the thecollapse Ih Ihclar thecollapse
collapse clar of the floor or of a moving rovlnl picture piotutetheatre pctul pctultetr picturetheatre
theatre tetr lobby at 131 13 Essex Ff street tt last lastnight wtaiaht lastnight
night The T collapse oolla was followed full owe by byarlmJC a ascrimmage ascrimmage
scrimmage among the tb 234 O parson 11M in the thebody theb thisbody
body b of the th theatre Ibfllt to get out out Em Employee Empl01 Fmploys ¬
ploys pl01 of the houan ho lion closed co the frontdoor frontdoorand front dor dornd door doorand
and nd opened on a rear r exit so 8 that tbt those th In InIhe InI Inthus
thus I ttteutre tltr didnt rush lh Into Ilto limb the hole mad madby m madeby
by the th falling fllnc of th th4 the floor floorThe foor floorThe
The 1 theatre Ibttr I II in on the east lt side df of Essex Essexstrait F Fatnt Fsseistreet
strait atnt just north of Klvlngton Wlntn street streetIt
It f occupir Ihn t first ft two floor 0M of a five fivestory fve Evestory
story 1101 building hllil The theatre wan w com completed cm cornplated ¬
plated and ld opened 0111 lat Friday ridy Its It pro proprietors lIr lIrprto proprietors ¬
prto prietors are itt n Jotteph J ph Friedland rel1 of 1691 1691St l1t l1tNt 1091Itt
St John pUc bC Brooklyn und ull Michael MichaelTetixer lUchatl lUchatlTplJr ullchuaeiTetizer
Tetixer TplJr of 191 Broom Bome street forming Conlinc flue thnfirm nUlnnn fluefinn
firm of Frirdland FJUall A Tenrer TenrerAl Tnrrr TnrrrAt
At the th thueIini T limn II of the opening CIt William WilliamK Wilam WilamJ iIhiam iIhiamI
K J I Day lJy of tIm th FJdndge Jldrd < I street Ilaton station Mat ion was wasnotified w wnolo1 wasnotified
notified nolo1 through Ihnlh the tb iwual u11 official ofcAI channnU channnUthat chann1 channelthat
that a license lcn hod hl1 been iiwued hi for the thetheatre Ihetllf thetheatre
theatre tllf which wa W to vombinn tIhil vaudeville vaudevillewith vaiideyihhwith alvl
with wih moving IOY IK picture pictureThe Iieu liictIinrh
The 1 rh lobby lol extended p nllel back into thn t thu house hoiwefor h011 housetorn
for torn a few feet At one ole omieside side ad of hum tl ent Pltrunc Pltruncth entrance entrancewas ranee raneewa
wa the th ticket Ick1 sellers 1rI liox 1 ho > The 11 floor floorof lor loror floorof
of the th entrance ntrl wa a made iac of mall lma I tile tileAlKXlt tl tlI tilesAliouit
AlKXlt AIMIlt 045 I e4 oclock rIOk last night Ilaht when wn there therewert th thwn thenwere
I were wn > several > vernl penon JlnUI ill II till t11 this lobby Ihly the thefloor tl tldor thefloor
floor dor at the th right rilht mile lil gave Ka way suddenly aiMldenlynnil udnl udnland
I and dropiMd di to the luuteiuent The 1P left leftside Ir IrI leftI
I side lilted It1 down and a I th thin bom who ho wets wr on onthe 011I ottthe
I the tb floor at the t I time 11 slid Iid down do the incline inclineinto Incln Inclnlltu inclinelimbo
into lltu the t thu h basement lm1 Tim TI crash rh brought broughta Inal
a few of thus t audience in inside ld to thn Lh lobby lobbyIxfom loliy loliyIfo lobbytutor
tutor Ifo thedoorw I h d had lsen wen shut and 11 thenn thenntoo tb tbto lbs lbstoo
too to lld into the Ih hole holeThem holeThen I
Them T IM I ii a email mll gallery 1Ir In II the th theatre theatrewhich th thwhich theatrewhich
which at the Ih limn contained rntill1hlt alxittt twenty twentypersoni telt twentyIwns i iIhiill
personi Philip Ihiill OniMHiix OnlIfI1 t special > 1 Mcia a officer officerattaclivil oilieststtaehueul
attaclivil to I the IIOUM Inu was Wi in lh Iho front frontof frnt frntof
of r the th IIOIIM h and a1 had hallh the exit ni doors 1100 there thereoprn thf thfoJMn thereopen
open for purpiwe IP of ventilation vtla tlon when whenhe W wlutilou hm hmh
he h wayn he h heard a senennu cr < > am 1 and all turning turningMIW tunlllC I Ia
saw a woman with wih a child in her arms armsJump am amJlllr armsjuitiup
Jump from the th balcony ihIY down owl on to blue Ihehead Ih blueIieeuh
head 1 of the th ItI h51iut5 Mnon dow down n stairs xtairThen stairsrliere Iai Iaih
Then h immediately wan B a rush for the thndoor th thdo thecloots
door do Abraliam Siget Ki I a special 1 > I officer officerin
in th the lobby who happened 111 to ertcape ertcapeby escspeby p
by Milling Ihlin < down into Int th the pit latiinml omm1 this thnfront t thisfront
front door dol shut and Ind OrnMein rn ttn holding holdingthe
the th other exit iit I door dt1 will open I t sItuated sItuatedin > houtt hOJt > d din
in Yiddih This way ay out outHie fll fllr ust ustIhe
Hie r piaiti iAI > I ninged along loud IIMI and andInadlly andaIsdlly nd ndlldllld
Inadlly lldllld and tin tl drop wa lowered rd There Therewo Tht lhtruwas
wo a good 0 deal of excitement citflntt but hit most imwlof mO1r mostuf
of r the Ih people ppl kept their head enough olah to togo toa toa
go a the th way they th Were w bidden biddenOut hidct bIdulinout
Out Ult in Ihn th lobby Ihh Eva FA and Samuel Hml1 Ton TonTor T Trr Tener
Tor er children hild of one > of the proprietors proprietorsselling JlrolritlnK proprietorsselling
selling lnK tickets a > n left lcrt iMilnted llltJ in II the theticket Ih Ihthkt thethikel
ticket cage CI which luul n 1 floor Ir of It i its own ownThey oWnThey
They 1 t w were rB reociiM f11 rscusI lalnr 11 111 > n man mn who whowa whl whlw whowas
wa w buying IuiIC ticket tiCktllt al the Ih tinmitnd tinnld had In Inihang hidUI huiuu huiuuchuauigi
dUI in hi his luind hnn wax WI one of ih thus < w > who whowent wh whII clicent
went II down d with Uh the Ih wrwckagn wrwckagnFivur wrkJc wrkJcll wreckuigu4ur
Fivur 4ur ll ambiilann allllil and al1 the t h hi rex resrve rc rr from fromtlie rrol rrolth troutthe
the th Kldridcc Irid Mulberry 111rr aid IMaieey IMaieeyutrvt 1
utrvt stations 1011 camn m to II th plan Io 4au Til Tilla TI TIak Tutlaslu
la ak k of r gi giti < > lling iIK ing the Ih lujnreil out of the theba Ih Iham1 timehuaeiietit
ba am1 metit wu made IIt mm uuituiub ill > e liy ly u 1 stairway Halrwarwhich stairwaywhich Ialraywhi
which whi run nl from rrll the h ninei at reel down 1wl 10 II the thnua Ih thebseiisuut
bseiisuut ua < M > iiHnl 111 ThlM nuvirwiiy htvl UHII I hueu Ir left lefthim > ft ftTin
hl4 him
Tin 11 hlm iu hiuuet I < l wriotiKlv hurt In wan w Morrii Morriileiii MrrihleieeL Iorri Iorrilil
leiii lil hleieeL > < l > 23 J year ynl old of r 151 I I Attorney Attorneytr InlY
sir tr 1 > < who wh rtoivitl u I a IMlldU > inctiin > of fr tin tinrlvi Ihw t hi hiurhis
urhis > rlvi > lit II wee w lii iutuui < in in h hVlliviiH HI lieu lloiOllmix I lieuihsrpu
Ilial Ilialth
Ollmix th who wi wiil 11 to hu > iilal > werv r Mrs MrsKutit MrsKmt In
Kutit 11 Sjlruioky H1rik M year YO old Id of Ir IK II It lud ludjw 111 111Iw 1uiuihw
Iw jw Hti street et conttisiittM 111In of r tin I leg HJ to I muVcufluulr lou louvenvfitr 01 01tnlolr
venvfitr tnlolr Ili tpial lluepittl pital David il Knigur Krl r 4O 4 yours yiarold yahI yoursnuhul
old hI of r WI4 i4 4 Third 1lr1 HI street I reef r Jenwy tdy to toloiivvnieur 10nnInlflr touisvnueutr
nnInlflr loiivvnieur Hiwpltat 1llrl lITri sutTeritig ulTerin I I < from fromobock frontstiuck
obock 11K1 J Jph < x > > h llilnn Ihllil I1 2 1 VHITM old 11 a aIMiilter al aIimibrr I
IMiilter l > lltr of Ir IM I JI Illvlljh Hivtnittoii tnit trl K t to u > < iuuuu iuuuulucuIr ouvtv ouvtvneiir oU oU1lr
neiir 1lr Hiipital 1Ull with wih contiimoni of ut r the rh leg lrfSainiu legSiuiuuwl i
Sainiu 1111 Anluf r 17 1 I year y1 old ld uf itH K Sixth SixthIritl Shihtr 4h ciii ciiistreet I
street tr nil 11 o oOr rat ir to Uell I Ileihevuic IYI vtie Ilnnpitcl Ilnnpitclwith 1111 1111ilh
I ml Hoi HulI 14411ht ml I
with ilh a Imiisfd right leg 11 Philip Ihlll
21 2 t year yl okl 11 of IS I Pitt Iil street to tl ilrllevun ilrllevunlloepllal lklvu ikhhivuehlispital
lloepllal 11101 with a bruiwd left nnkle nnkleIiiid 1 itiklultsids II k I IIJid
Iiiid IJid M theoe Ih this the th IMIN imlire x > IIce got lot the Ih name nameof lam lamtr namesof
of tr olhTM it I h lieriu who went w attended ould1 by amlitl amlitllanix 11111 11111lal annltihumus
humus lal uiIrgeuuliM lrI nrK iii and wen wn able to go o home homeOf homU
Of U the I flues h one nit w was a fiveyearold boy Ixiyllcnniin I boyhhrnan oY oY1rrmm >
llcnniin 1rrmm tJihli Uhl of o Avenue Avn A WIOM WIOMleft wh whI chins chinsleft >
left I rt l leg g I wa cut Clt and bruised hrui4e Hi lil father fatherJulius fathrJII fattierJuuhjiss
Julius JII Oibli u I pamtor who wa 1 with withhim withhim ith ithhim
him loud a strained ankle but was W able ableto blt
to carry rr th boy home hor after atpr hn h hims himt himself himselfhad lf lfhad
had l lusen > een flied n up 11 by y thin Ih ambulance ambulancesurgeons amhllnC amhllnCurctn atnhuihauncesurgeons
surgeons surgeonsFriedland surgeonsFriedlanti urctn urctnFrilld
Friedland Frilld one o of the t h proprietor proprietorwas proprtora proprtoraw
locked in the Eldridge street Htreetstation streetstation
was w lokl up tht Flrdp Itt IttItlo
station Itlo on 0 a charge cl of criminal clmln negligence negligenceA nclpce nclpceA
A fire I truck company compy looked ookt through throughthe thruel thruelthe
the wreckage WkC determined dtermln there Ihr wa wanobody Wi Winob wasnobody
nobody nob left IICt below blow and nd went lt away again againBuilding againBuilding sinRuldin
Building Ruldin InJtor Inspector Patrick Plrck Dwyer OWlr after aftera rtrbrlf
a brief exmlnatlon fOlmlDdO Mid It I appeared ppar that thatthe thtthl thatthe
the thl floor nor of three thl or 01 four inches inc of oftI con concrete concrete ¬
crete tI with t tbl the he tiling Ilne facing wa too to huY heavy heavyfor
for the wooden woe posts Jt which hlc tried trlt to sup support slipport upprt ¬
prt port it itThe itThe itThe
The escape Ncp from more mo serious roa Injury Injuryof IDjllr
of those IbO who fell fel seemed me to be b due to toIhe tothe tothe
the fact fal that tht the lb floor fr for the most mot part partremained prt prtrmanP partremained
remained rmanP intact Inla and ad the people pple all al fell fellon fello fellon
on o top topotit of it No oooe one oe got a under und trnderthewrsck trnderthewrsckage the wreck wreckage Wk Wkp ¬
age p
K4VX4A 4 WHEAT tHfAT HARD IIIO HIT HITnearly HITrfJ HITlesrly I
nearly rfJ Two HHHen o Arm Anandened AnandenedMarti ltmandenedflurm bnf
Marti 8m ef It I He fteown own In ftals ftalsTorKKA 01Torxaa I ITorn i
Torn Kan Ka April 27 Nearly Srl Nearlyacres Joamm Joammacre JOoW JOoWt
acre t of wheat ht have he been n abandoned ndorod In InKansa InKn InKansas
Kansas Kn this thl year and nd the th crop condition conditionon cnito cnitoo
on o the remaining nnlnl 4332000 40 acre C ia I 78 71 per percent Pl Plc percant
cent c t
centThe The Tr Tbsen ar are lh lh the flgurea 1r1 given livf by F I D DCoburn 0Ou IICoburni
Coburn Ou secretary Nr of the State Rll Board Int of ofAgriculture o ofAgriculture
Agriculture Alcll in bl his first tt report nr of the theawaaon theorasen
awaaon 1 toeued Ie today 0d and based l on o con condition conditlons < n ndiUoa ¬ I
dition diUoa on 0 April 30 30Report 2 0 0Report
Report of correspondent indicate indicatethat md kate katethat
prta enpldflt inIIe inIIetht
that tht It l hi area sown Iw to 0 winter winle wheat wlt in the thefall timefall
fall f1 of IM 11 approximated ppalmt 478oao t10 acre acreor acreor c cor
or moro mor by about bt 83000 0 acre a than th In the thefall thefal thetall
fall fal preceding precedingOf prlnc
Of o the t total ll area An It itappears appear a cr from Cr thus thnreport tle tlep thusreports I
report p that tlt 90 per p cent Ct Is I such a failure failurethat falu falutt failuretbat
that tt the t ground pud win wI ba h devoted de to other othercrop othercropg 1he
crop quite qut a considerable cMlerbI portion prtio of It Itb ItbDS Itbeing
I bDS being b cJ ing already a sown in Inlal oat oataBtPEBIOH oatBEwnT
BEwnT BtPEBIOH ICPrOR OLD OL FORT 7 WIXC WIXCTB IXE
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lol fomDog April Api 37 2n 27Tb Th betrothal bl ii iiannouaoed I isannounced
announced anou of Ruth aU daughter dp of WUUana WUUanaJ WU
J Bryan B and a Limit 1lat Reginald mld Altbara AltbaraOwen Alb JltbamOwen
Owen of th the Royal Rll Engineer glaeer ers who to I now nowstationed nowattlle nowtatlomed
stationed attlle at t Jamaica JamaicaIluth Jmalc JmalcRuth JamaicaRuth
Ruth Bryan Bran daughter dupte of William Wii J JBryan JBrn 1 1Bryan
Bryan Brn was w married mTII to William WIU1 Homer HomerI Home HomerIeavItt
I eavltt Iylt < In Lincoln Neb Nlb on O October Ocr I Imoa
moa 11 against iot the wishes wl of her parent parentHer ple ple1M parentHer
Her 1M husband huand wa 1 a painter plntr In the theaumraer te teummer theslummer
aumraer of 1807 187 the te pair pir parted ptt company companyabroad cpny cpnyabrO companyabroad
abroad abrO Mr Ar Leavltt 11 staying Jln In Paris to totudy 10tud tostudy
study tud hto hi profession professionTwo proflol
Two To year C hater on March ab 0 I 1809 8 Mrs MraI MrsLeavltt rs rsIyll
I Iyll Leavltt > avltt obtained obtlDe a divorce dlyo from her hums husband bl blbd humsband ¬
bd band on o the tb ground erun of his be failure fau to t sup support IUP support ¬
pr port herself te and nd their two children childrenRuth childrenRuth blkrn blkrnRulh
Ruth and ad Bradford Bfon Bryan BryanMm Ban BanMi BryanMrs
Mm Mi l eavitt tylt U e a writer writr Several Severalplay Rneralpl Severalplays
play pl are r among her works worksJffM worulS worksMR
JffM lS WW V FVLIKK IX 1 HKXO HKXOef RiSO0ughter
0ughter ef r George M f Hhrhten M Takes Takcit T TakesIp
t Ip p Residents H HnFwO ta Inflrxo Ke atto attoI1RVO
I1RVO Nev ev April Aprl 37 21AmnnR Among the mont montrecent mOt mOttt mostrecent
recent tt arrival rnl from frm the East t is I Mr MrMary 111 MrMary
Mary Wr Sheldon Sheldo Fuller wife wlt of William WilliamFuller WIlam WIlamFulr WilliamFuiller
Fuller Fulr of New York and daughter of ofUeorge ofJre ofleorge
Ueorge Jre R Sheldon hldo treasurer of the theRepublican th thUepuil14n thuRepublican
Uepuil14n Republican national nltonl committee oommltt She Mi ar arrived Ar atdyed ¬
rived last week mnid several severalservant severaliervantu
rvfl wek accompanied ac < by Iv rl rlnl
servant nl and went pnt directly ciltl from rrl mutt the train traino
10 o in n attractive aUruclv cottage ct on the th South SouthSide Huth HuthHd SouthHide
Side Hd Her lr father Oeorge Otre Sheldon Hld ac accompanied al allpnipd anvotnpanid ¬
companied lpnipd Mr 111I Fuller FIIr to Iteno HO and aw 1 sawhiersettled awlier
IlerU hiersettled lier settled I He I departed dprtfllmannoll dprtfllmannollr unannounced unannouncedMr
Mr r and Mm M William Wilam Fuller FIIr wore woremarried W Wmar1 worenuamneil
married mar1 on September Hlll mbr 7 1001 111 at Si Pauls Paulsimrcli Pallllnh Paulhaurth
imrcli lnh dim UI Cove After this th marriage marriagelie IBrCf IBrCfh
lie h couple COlpl went to Paris Pr to live liv Mr MrFuller M Muller MrsFuller
Fuller returned to America Amrr this latter latterwrt laUrpr latterpart
rlr t
pr part wrt of December IIr IfXM It lO and ad went to the thetome Ihl thishome
home tome of her lfOr parents plt Mr Fuller returned returnedater returnedlater tumt
later and nd w Went nt to live IIVf at the tb Metropolitan Metropolitanlull MtrIMltll
lull Mr fr Fuller FIIr la I a memlwr of the thear Ih IhIr thebar
Ir > ar but boa b hun not practised plcUd much mich of late latnMrs lat lateMrs
Mrs 1 Fuller Fulr is I the oldest lUtughter of Mr MrSheldon MrSheldon Ir IrHhldon
Sheldon HhldonIli SheldonPR
Ili PR rOrTfK rmr FIXED FIIO JStOO JStOOlie S100lies 10 10I
lie I lies Uie p Man n lteul bul vthem hm the rl at > Yard YardHep ard ardlisp rd rdU
lisp U Hew He HtarleU HtarleUItoeTON NtsrtrdII0sT0N Irtl
ItoeTON IITos April Aprl 27 flPleading 7Ilpalnt Pleading guilty flit to toonn 10on toone
one on count unt of an indictment indicment charging rbarcnJ him himwith hln hlnwih hum humwith
with wih the Ib practice pralc of medicine meldn without withoutIxing witholl witholl1lne withoutbeing
being duly registered Edward nt H Cowls Cowlewhose l01 l01wbl Cowlswhose
whose wbl complaint cmllalnl of treatment Iltmnt at a 1 navy navyrant ly lyn navyyard
rant n hop hopcauiset caused cII1 Ibn tiusrecent recent nt Auldsltobnetl Auldsltobnetlourtmartlal Auldllbntt AuldllbnttcurtmrtlI Auldsltubnettcourtmartial
ourtmartlal curtmrtlI was w fined lu IUI 100 by y Judge JudgeWalt JlldpWIt JudgeWalt
Walt WIt in the Suffolk Hllolk Superior KIIPrlor Court COllrIOy COllrIOyfor today todayCounsnl todayosineel
Counsnl for Cowls gave out olt a state statement statement 11 11mnt ¬
ment netting Mttlne forth hi lila clients clnta medical medicaleducation mIAICllcaton medicalrdticatinn
education Cllcaton and alt slating IAUn that his hi clients clientsirocllo elnt elntprII chientspractice
practice prII wa mostly mO in psychotherapy psychotherapyalthough pcholhrpy pcholhrpyAlhollih psychotherapyalthough
although Alhollih be h did on tmt some om < occatlomi 00 pan panIhn J maas maastin
tin th liounds hOlld into ilto medical meical practice pric nnd flde render renderlug r rliiK
lug 111 him technically guilty guiltyRIIHIET IllItyRrHIFT guiltyflUIMFT
RIIHIET RrHIFT WIH HI Ut TO TI J11 J11Mellen 1 1In 1f 1fitlin
Mellen In te I Kill IU IJfMrerge 1 FInance IH RW RWn Ri
Si n Third TIrd Rradtac r Befemlnt Befemlntl tr
l > rrtal 1 fnWr ftl tVtnsfr I Sc TB T TSR TSRloirwux MCX MCXlxsrx Cl
lxsrx 1SIs April Apnlfl 27 In lntholiouieofom lntholiouieofomnulottu the Uou IOI1 of Com ComnotM CommOl
notM mOl t today day th motion of the Opposition Opixwltlono OPll lton ltonIn
In o reject fjft the Ih budgvl Illdt on the Ib third reading readingwa ralns ralnsrtd readingwaathsfrattd
wa waathsfrattd defeated by a volt of 321 to 231 231Thn I Iliii
Thn 11 third reading wa w > then agreed to towithout toilholll towithout
without a divUion divUionAfler ihivisiuitiAfter tlvliullUIr
After Ihe Ih budget wa iuuuved 1 it waMill wa WIIJI WIIJII wasisetut I
Mill II to the t lions of 1onU where wit it itunwed itpJ Itpassed
unwed it its > llrnl reading dilll It i Is ex upseteul upseteultimat ectil IHOCt1Ihal > ectilhat
hat it will finally 111111 1 pa uu > the hiatus 1101 of if I Jon JonlolIornnv tArtisbotuuurrow trO trOomorrow
omorrow and thn tll tax t collector will willget will1t1 willget
get busy forthwilh forthwilhiffKV turthucithu11111k h hRJIIII
11111k RJIIII iffKV rtvr 1 ti sffi stisiit lIn lIn111r t tKxmitbr
t Kxmitbr of John 4 l latlialuts lliaiu Will WillCourt HillCourt lit litOIIri
Court OIIri Klnil In Him lent InniSurrogntn lentSiurrogutu nI nI5I1rro
Surrogntn 5I1rro < nh Cohulnn hllllln ouitainetl Uttlllll yeotrnlny yeotrnlnyhe
he h objertioiiN hJ lIoll of t Flnli Saylonl l ilham Iathinuuwiuluiw > ilhamwidow lhlllllwllw
widow of r luhn hll t Idtliam oI1lh head lId of r lbs Ihnlock lbsstock h hIork
lock exctuitiRe flnn linllr of lithuni Alexandrr Alexandrrr xalulr xalulrt
t r Co C to the th IMMIUIIC of leltem I testament testamentry
sty ry ou blue th e estute lol to lIarry Allen AllomlIlnlhr AllomlIlnlhror a brother brotherof
or Mr Ir l itlum luutluaniui Ural IIr wife If on time th ground groundthat ItroUlldIhal grntmtlthat
that he h wan W3 not 110 computetit III 1111 t to mrvn mrvnby srvehuy n nlay
by ram of dl 1110111 > hrmeHiy and linpmvldene linpmvl hnpnnlI hinpruuIulutii
dene I Allrli AII wu w was liaiti natoui 111 > d n sic nn executor executorin
in the will willMl willhlen I
Ml 1 hlen > n admitted that while head of I ho Ih IhtlltOIl thudtottoll hocotton
cotton dcKirliii dl 3rIIlIt < < lit tif r She Ih linn Just JII iiftcr iiftcrMr IIrrMr uftrMr
Mr lAthiiin death hn h guru RU a list of the theruntoinera th thMIt theeisstiituer
runtoinera MIt to Stephen M 1 VtlJ V s Co Cowith r rllh Cowith
with llh which hid Inn he h had a contract of en engagement engageluuelit n nUfIII1 ¬
gagement UUii Mini uitll h dUlnl know knu he hewandoini h hwa hiwu
wandoini wa doinlC niiything dishonest t and Hurt Snrnigale HIInreRt Hurtgale
gale reRt Coluihiu says y that a man who ho dov dovnot do dolund 00 00lIot
not know kll list such conduct I III d elihnnt elihnnti hotient hotienti
i is not lit to It hervo rv a an executor iwcttise iwcttisehit b I C4I1h < cauiie cauiiehu
hu h might unwittingly unwiu in < l misappropriate misappropriatethe
the tb fund of the Ih estate 11 under the th impree impreeaion Impftainn impresaiim <
aion I hut hn h was a acting honestly hontl in so sodoing 110doln sodoing
doing doingH0HKV doln
H0HKV 011 1 IV KXC1HK IXCI CASKS CASKSTwenty en ent 4WTcrnty
Twenty t of Them railed CtlH to Coert Rreaute RreauteThe BHtlutThfl HeraussThey
The They Were Named en Ip LIcenses LIcensesTwenty tHRlftTwtont wf wfTwenty
Twenty Twtont women were In the th Tomb Tombcourt Tomboacourt Tombscourt
court yesterday Indy in response to excise excisesummonses exci exciummon excisesummonses
summonses ummon They Th came from all part partaof partof
of Manhattan and nd The Bronx because becausethrir bfcaUMthftl hecauestheir
their names appeared on licenses IICfln of ofvarious ofrlolla ofvarious
various rlolla saloons where > door were open on onSunday onSlInday onSunday
Sunday or the th view 1 of the bar wa w ob obstructed ¬
meted structedNon 1 metedNon lclfCI lclfCISon
Non of them was w held it appearing appearingthat ppearlnlrtht
that they Itlto had no connection with the themanagement themDI1aent themanagenient
management of the saloon 001II and that th thlicensee the theIICft1Mt1 thehicensea
licensee were in their name for the ben benefit benftt beeat ¬
fit of others othersThere ntb ntbTh othersThere
There Th were WII ninetytwo excise clae stamina examinat stamination na natluna
t ion tluna before Magistrate Barlow Seventy Seventytwo
two defendant 5 war discharged d td twelve twelvewere twl tweheewere
were ere held and nd hearing In eight case were wereadjourned w wdjoumed wereadjourned
adjourned Many 11n of those summoned summonedcame
came at t 0 clock 0 1oc1r in the morning and had hadto
to remain all n day dayKKIIHKR cb dayIcv11uR
KKIIHKR 1111 IXniCTEIt IXniCTEItHlC I
Big lUll Held fatally RrcBnsttole HlWet for forlttoc forlastIng
lastIng t r fambrtttcv t Bank BankBoaroM HasteBosiog
I
BoaroM April 27 J1Thft The Federal F I Qracd QracdJury OracdI flraudJury
I Jury today loed reported two indictment indictmentcontaining Indictmentronlalnlne IndictmentscontaIning
containing fifteen colin counts against Ihllt William WilliamJ
I J Kellher r of Wlntbrop familiarly known knowna
II a as Big Bill on th the charge hr f of aiding and andabetting Andablttlna antiabtting
abetting George W Coleman In the Ih misap misapplication mlaa mlaaPlltIcatOIl miss1phiestioti ¬
plication of rural of the National City Cit Citar1k
Bank of Cambridge Ha to I jointly in indicted Indlltld Indicted ¬
dicted with Coleman ColemanJudga ColttmanJudp ColemanJudge
Judge lowell notified the United Slates SlatesDistrict 81at 81atDAlncl SlatsDistrict
District Attorney Attorn that II t he h would hn h ready rtad rtadto rer4yto
to have the e arraignment rmJ nmenta under today todaysindictment lodAYIiIndlctmPIIla s sIndictment
indictment on Haturda I IB4t
Saturday morning morningBst morningB
Bst B k O Railroad Mm I Get et Advance AdvanceBALTIMORE A dinnerBatmtont I
BALTIMORE April 27rPifty thousand thousandBaltimore thousandBaltimore bouaandBaltlrnors
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad employee employeetoday empleyeeetoday mploy mployy
today y had their wages w Increased 8 per percast percoat perount
cast effective e aetl April 1
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MAD IAS AS WELLINGTON SulK 81MPAP SulKPAPER SMITIPAPER
PAPER PAP MASVFACTVKKK OF LKK LKKK1ITKD U11IED LX LXxuro
K1ITKD IED HY A FOLDING 8KB 8KBanaetl liB liBtll axaFormerly
Formerly ea tae tll Oaveraern G anaetl Ca Catta C Ctsa ta inHasiastemetlu
Hasiastemetlu tta ane Heed At a aat IAw1 eIeW Lre LreHnseus
Hnseus at lie IeW IeWW1U11 IeWoman Heman The WaaWith Waa WaiWIth
With Him Has Net Here IdratWcel IdratWcelThe 1 1The
The man who was killed in a folding bed bedthat bedtht bedthat
that dosed down on him at 478 WeB WeatTwentythird WeBTwenttb WestTwentythird
Twentythird Twenttb at street ttxst early 811I1 yesterday t nla morn morning momInl mornlug ¬
lug was Wellington Smith of 1 1onco Ie Ieonce < ee eeonco
onco on the Governor Council Councilpreaidoat Coundlpreaidcot ipa4 ipa4president
president of the Smith Paper Company Companywhich CompaaywhIch Composy5which
which operates five f Urge lar e laal4r > per mill millethe oa oathe onthe
the llouiiatonlo In the th town of Ixmox and andWho andIAS
1 IAS Who the woman with him warn BM IIMnot kainot BMnot
not been learned She bAd told the pollen IItht pollenthat noHeathat
that she was Mrs Smith and there apared apisarrl ap appeared ¬
peared ared to be no reason for dotainlng de dotaInin > her herApparently herAppa herApparently
Apparently Appa ntlylt It wan through her that word wordof wontof3lr wordotMr
of of3lr Mr Hmilha Hnniihsuleathi death reached rosehedhuisfamily rosehedhuisfamilyMr hU family familyMr
Mr Smith and his hi coniMinion went wentthe ta tathe tothe
the funiWied room houm hOIl early on Tues Tuesday T Td Tueday ¬
day d evening Tho room they occupied occupiedwan
wan on the th ground floor Or at the th front It Itwaa Itwas
was once the th parlor of tho house ho At tea teaback tileiJak leehack
back of l ho thin room an alcove curtained off offwaa oWw oSwas
was w furnished with an old fashioned ChlonMfoldlnllt fashionedfolding fashlonedfolding
folding bed IMHA hdA
A woman sleeping 1 Ilnlt direotly above thia thiafront t11MCront tWafront
front parlor heard a lilt little In iast tat midnight midnlfhtthe mldnlhtthe
the sound of a fall A series ri < t of muffled mufflederica mufRedrrll muuftiedcriea
erica followed folio Thin woman mlln run into the theliall th thhall Lbball
hall and went down Blair She found the thedoor thedoor thedoorofthie
door doorofthie of the Ih front room locked The street ntreetdoor streetdoor Pt Ptdr
door wo only onl a few feet away aw and aha ahaawung ahttawunR sheswung
swung it open 0 and railed Ii into tnt the t stress atrwtTor stressfor t tfor
for help helpPaining hIIPIIIKt helpPassing
Paining at the time were two girls who whowere whow cKGwere
were w being taken to tumttieir their hoarding hO nllnK place placaat
at 4AI tI about 200 yard down the th block blockI blockhy llockIuy
hy I iv a young olln < man Tim 11 woman on the thoatoop thetooll thestool
stool railed to the tll three tb that something nomcthlnchad IICImethin IICImethinhrI
had happened Inaidn and onktsl them t to tohelp tohII tohelp
help her find I out what it wan Maria Mariaiiuisllwood IarMm Marietmallwuxxl
iiuisllwood Mm hrnoel on one of tho girl Irl ran tip ths thsl r1I1f1 thn5151w
1I1f1 5151w l l and Into t he hall hhe he t tried rie < i the ho par parlor parlor parbr ¬
lor door again and saw toll that tho frame framewould frameould framewould
would have to I he M > broken rok to get In that thatway thatWAJ thatway
way wayAlong Along the t fare of the t h IIOIIJM hOl ran a hal tocony halOn halcony
cony On < o ollf opening > ening inK from the tall windows of ofthe 01th ofthe
the th front room and bordend hy a high blhtoile highsatomue highKtone
toile railing A jump from the th front frontatep fronttpet frontsteps
steps took her to thin little Ii porch and ther theryoung therYOlmlC theyoung
young man with her followed They Theyfound TheyfOllnd Theyfoumnd
found that the Ih window nearer thn Ih steps Rtepahad MfIpehad stepshind
had been drawn down a little from the thotop thetOI thetop
top and nd with the Ih help of her companion companionthe
the th young woman pulled down the HI upper upperhalf upJ10lhBIt upperhalf
half H as far aa it would go 0 The Th lower lowernoah lowerIfIIIh lowersash
noah wan II at leant n feet from the th floor floorof
of the Ih balcony but th girl irl managed la laacramhla 10IICramhl enacriumhie
acramhla over without atnaahlng mhln this thisglaa lb lbItl theglass
glass Itl Her friends remained outside ouUideIn ol1idInald outsideinside
In inside id the Ih room there wa no light lightbut lipbllt lighthut
but the th go gas In the th hall outaidn allowed allowedunder showedusnder howilllfIInhe
under IInhe the door doornd and he found her hrlllay hrlllayto way wayto
to the th door and anellt let the other In and they theydrew th thdfP Lhdrew
drew dfP aside the Ih curtains of the alcove alcoveThe alCOYT alcoveThe
The T folding l bed > ed wo hut flat The Th faint faintcrie faia1crl faiatcries
cries crl of a wouin woftlan camn from inside insideTogether InaideTOItthpr insideTogether
Together they Ih lifted the tl heavy heAv l back ba k of ofthe orth ofthis
the th ancient device and nll thn th body ItOd of an aaelderly anIdprly anelderly
elderly man rolled to the Ih floor On the thaother theothr haoilier
other aide of the th bed a woman long pat patmiddle pMIlIIirldl pastmiddle
middle life lir lay Y on her aide She wa wamoaning w wmo wasmoaning
moaning mo ninlC but then th wa no itign of life Ufafrom lir lirrrolll lifettflhi
from her companion companionAn OIIII IIlIlon IIlIlonAn >
An examination showed that the Ih oooi oooiilent aooiheI analtiiit
ilent had owiirrrd fKOlIIfOCllMt lMcaiu 1 H th front brace bracehod hraCCMIhBd hraceihind
hind not IM 111 II pmMTly adju adjusted t < d The ThaIml Thelsti
Iml wo one onr of the Ih hiiy high ithouldered ithoulderedaort
soft winch w hAIl the tl I l 1111 < nlii > ii its of wardrobe wardrobaand
and courli It wn d diyn1 jiie < l to b I lie turned turnedaround turnednflllul turnedariumtuul
around at ought on easy II running outer outerwlim IIIo8Irswhl1 casterswhuuui
wlim lln I I Ii > Uirk could In I let down The Thafront Thefnnl lh lhfront
front I < K haul a 1I1 upperssully > wimilly lIy l ii allowed allowedto nllow nllowtit
to It rvinain r lIIui nliKhtly slight ly l huetit lIt iiiuier Any AnyjarruiK An Anjllrrllll Anytuurrituh
jarruiK would jay JII lieii Mioiigh to let the thafoot tberoot thetoot
foot down jiulliniii tiul trjni do 1111 n lli thlaffty henvy ba back hA4kIr backulr k kMr
Mr Ir Smith o1II1I h hud IHNII IVJIIK on hi ha hinc hincwIthi k kwith cwilh
with ItU iii lnad h on n pillow against a a rt tno lStdpartitioul tnopart 1Ct 1Ctpart
part partitioul il inn ill lli neck k wut broken Ink instantly InatnntlyHit
11 Hit woman with him hilt wi WIlyllll was lyititc on her left leftNidi leftli lefttuidu
Nidi i Ih I lit forrr tort of f the II falhn weiKht Cht wait waitrxcvived wa wanu4vst tilt tilt011fltl
rxcvived 011fltl on her nht r l ht tliouliliT tliouliliTl
l I Dr > r W II V ustsli ti 111 ii ic gut t tinre quickly quicklyfrom clllicklrru tisuickifruits
from rru Iii > ofjlrv crtI uttc at ID I Went 1 Twentysecond TwentysecondHlrevt
Hlrevt He II saw at imcf nn that Mr Ir Smith Smithwan
wan n dead The Th woman wan 1 hurrrinc hurrrincaltoiit hllTlnCabnllt hurryingatseiit
altoiit the I h room 011 KathiTitiR it tlwrltu up hiT l elooi 11ongIn iehonglogs > elooiIngM
logs In It She h hail thrown a skirt over lIprnlrht her herni hernight
ni night Kill tIres dr1I1II1 and when lr r Wwton Inll noticed noticedher td tdhr
her iNt ust t sluu h wan bundling up I hfr hf > p outer outerrlothiiiK outerIuthlllit outerciothuitug
rlothiiiK with great hai lunate > t > He II addrewed addrewedher auIlreseher 1t1fMaClhr
her an a Mr 11 Smith a the th IIi plitu whf had In Informeil larrm1 inf4ttnpul
formeil him that uhe lm h wa the Ih wit of tha thadead th thdad thilad
dead man He II told tier that Mr Ir Smith HntltUdead Kmltlwa
wa dead t and 111 she hn h lagged I < rod him frantically franticallyto frtlcaUto
to do nnmething morn to bring brln him to tolife 10IIr tolife
life IIr She lih wo vehement in her proteatav proteatavthat prot protIhat
that something could atill be done AH AHthe Allthe Aifthe
the time that she h was uttering the th these re re remontran yemonstrancea remonatrance
monatrance she he wa w hastening < to oat collect oatIfJrt oe oelect ¬
lect her h clothing Finally 1nall she bill opened Ute thadoor Utedoor thedoor
door and ran down into lb he basement baeraentOr
Dr Wetonaaid Ioa id that he 1 judged hertoba hertobaawotnan hflr hertobeawornanofaboutflttyflve 10 be beornn
awotnan awornanofaboutflttyflve ornn of about fiftylive Shwa 5hft Shewasrathet Shewasrathetstout Wa4 rather ratherit ral raltout
stout it out and nd not especially prepo prepossessing JoteqiacH ft ee lac lacHer
Her H extreme hut and lack of anything anytMselike nrthlecIlk
like Ilk affection for the dead man impreaaad impreaaadhim
him a as singular in the mans wife wifeWhen wifeWben wifeWhen
When the physician had completed completedwhat comp compwhat
what h ho could do in arrangement aeement of the thabody thehody thebody
body he h went to the Ih basement with withmbulance aa aaambulance anambulance
ambulance surgeon who had arrived arrivedthey a4 a4they andthey
they found th the woman ait sitting ting In Iahadow tha thaahadotr lli llishadow
shadow in the lower low room Her Herw eye eyewere ya yawere
were w Pre < dosed and ah she h waa rocking to tofro aod aodfro aua4ftc
fro and moanlns The doctors wet fIfe un uaable unble unable
able to get et any an coherent responses noeponaeetheqUClfiloDIl to tothequotiontheyaakedher sothequestlona
thequotiontheyaakedher theqUClfiloDIl thlctd her Hhe Rhem Rhemt1I RhmnaM RhmnaMii managed managedto
to ii tell Dr Weston that her heart can waavery WMY1 canvery
very weak and he b gave < ve her a stimulant atimulaatA
A All Dr Weston ton wa w leaving < th the hooaa hooaaa
a few r moment later Mrs 11 N A Ralph Ralphwho RIll RIllwtlo RaZwho
who keep the th place P called to him to com comback co coback comeback
back She Kb had been noncommittal floncnmmitthe hi hithe IIIthe
the answers 1111 to the Ih physicians ph1lllaaawouldnt 8h 8hwouldnt Slm Slmwouldnt
wouldnt tell whether nhehad he had known Mr MrSmith XISmith XrSmIth
Smith before Ifo Tuceday afternoon Of OfcomllClnlon hla hlacompanion hi hicompanion
companion ahe ph hft would ray nothing But Butwhen Bu BuwMl ut utwhen
when Dr Weston taton wa II called back Mrs 1fraRalph MrsRalph Sr SrRalph
Ralph pointed poln to the other woman who whowax whew whowas
wax w Handing andln < In the basement door uad under UDtkrlbet underthe r rthn
the stoop and nd said Id that hn h thought the thaphywiclan thelh theIhTiuiCian
phywiclan lh lclan wa needed Th The older woman womanrepeated womanrepeated Omallat
repeated at tot that shin h didnt want to ba batreated Lehut betreated
treated but thatVhe didnt want the do3 do3tor d03tor do3tsr
tor to 14 leave I her herTake btorrk herTake
Take m away a from here h be hn aald aaldearn saifpjn2mItly 14 14ff
ff earn pjn2mItly tly I want to go to my friend friendwho CnfJBdeI friendewho
who ho live 1 uptown eomewhero t ht in th tM < S See 8ernti Seeent4es r rentie
I entie nti Dont goaway < you ou must take ma matolh metothJJ1 e etothem
tolh tothJJ1 m mDr
I I Dr W Weston ton told her that he thought aha ahahad tWabad
I bad better go 0 back to see to her dead deadThe adIn deadI
In I The womtd i2 becasn Impatient Im len at oao l sM

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