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i ean n ii If tih Hhe hI Mulit ullt flu n te t > tw rwrhrralrnl twl w wthnlrn1
l riirratrnril mill Ilh Inanity If Ifi IrIIrralI
i e llrtralril hrrrrt t t Tantrlk Tantrlki
i d i lilc ilt dull lh l wa led by a akiHiwn aHII aIHHtll
kiHiwn HII ninng the th Tuntrik Tuntriki
i > niii II of r 4 prink of the theI th
1 rtUd yontorday IIty a al tli tlii II the thed
i it 11 Ili < tin HIM Ih II IhllhllII inniXtrnt At Ati AI1KItrlto AtIh
i Ih Hi < < tvmii M 1KItrlto gi t rat Dreen Dreeni
i > ahI h IIM > IMIIIH Willl will the police policeBM
t BM tan wrl nl for the Ih trend Jury JuryI
In I inn i Huric 4L1 rgl dude by y folia foliaIt 1 li liIf
It I i idilil hlllhul tlmi IIP wouldnt cut cutill Mltd
I ill d one n ivnt ivnti 4 111 111I
i I ili 10 > Fall uiikt It le > girl who wan wani WIUlull
I r i lull h lnvini IiI n Mondny night from fromi Ironenlydiurtl
i > > enlydiurtl riilrfi 111 rrmrth > iirtli Mrrrt wa wali washe
li he > ml yt yrtrnhly tenUy Magistrate MagntrateH
H iio uvl < I at the hl outset that the thei thejZ1IIIK thegII
i i K jZ1IIIK gII < > liig IIg I III I Ire or f broad scope scopes
I i inn 11I would Ia I > to tiring rinl out outiililitiiiti outs
I iililitiiiti IlIllIlh to the one charged chargrdh huKtdIlut
h iitii I In that h he t tlt tIt > t met him himI
f I IerlriHlo 10 I H told IllxiUt her herr h hwlh
t H with the Ih Dm Tlioy 1111 became boiamoI um
s I ilirriigli hr elder sister sisterI i tr trM IrI
M I M 1 1 Millir und I ho h old Id her that thati
1 i ii li her h bow In get perfect perfectIf rffOCl rffOClIt
If It Ib nxt ii < l that bl his l IIr ter in IllS New NewA ea eaInntamion
A l > I i ointvinlon and ho h offered iifferodI >
I it r nut ul t and Ie > that Jia ho h got gotI guthlce44n
I i liHiilum 111111 and all the Ih advand advan
IoJ p d > ltrtopnioiit 1 lolmt It and culture that thatS thatill
S > in nil1 ill 1 offer lie talked < t a great greatii
ii u i ill 10 nnler of r which ho h naid naidl eeldhs
l > he dead and h ho gave her the tlml tla
l h in a loiitainoil lt I Its toachlngH hllli hllliI A Ai Ae Aecis
I cis i > t l ilm Ih Tantrlk Tant tk order it wa warnui waaI III IIImoml
I vital moral iibyoical and spiritual pintualr
r I II > told h hr r about b > ut the lmu ettnuand > lmut ImuIA
IA t and in nl I rent phenomena that ho could couldI
I > u she Slo hm triiMod him she ht h oald oaldni
In ni no It ace up her Juli an a stenographer stenographerr I
ar1 r i < la e et 1011 t going to Tortland firstnot first flmtiv
not iv 1 cos rral ral If nf If the Ih men and women mitt Inltlti mittI1141
ti I1141 > < iKi 1 lopping also Jo at t Han rrancinco rrancincoSt tranc Fruncheorienr Oco OcoII
St rienr n II < und 1 Oakland DuklandI klan < l lI
I e cm I II had IHI rone < oni n to Now York ork ahead aheade
JI le e u > lining hfl with w lh two or three initiate initiatehi InltlatIn inhalesIn
In a UK 11 II 1 ill n Wot 17Ut street The first firstrni OnL11rtJ firstn1Irt
rni 11rtJ rn ng II when she ho h arrived In Now ew York Yorklie Yorkhe ok okhI
lie hI t rsu ik h her ier down du to the Ih Mattery und they thoyMI thfYror
MI ISrTh for even Mral l hour There he het heteal
t teal i < l li I r alxiiit the natitch girls Itl of the therter IbftI theIail
Iail rter I r Mo II mid Id they took the Ih place of ofth ofth ofthe
th the pne pn1 i a wife that they wo were III > re atwaya atwayaAPM atwayasea lwa lwaU
U sea w APM it 1 for th that t they Ih had the Ih bet betthe bestIt
the It rid k could Id offer and that they tht were wereal wereales
al ales 1 i > 1ItIsiderroi i > n iderd holy hol girU cir She 8b wa to tol 10lnSIhh toIenlsnanteh I
l lnSIhh m iHUtrli girl girlI
1 t UI I him hillllhL that I would think it overwl over overMI
MI 1 Gertrud Leo AI and that night I IwHit IW1 IaPIt
wHit luck and stayed llIy 1 with his hi muter at atId atth L L11i11
Id 11i11 11 This WB on Juno 7 of f Ut yearThe year yearTlie YlOarTI
The TI next day < ho > told the Om she ah would woulda
I Ia
a h wpsbd wpsbdt wi hod hodll
t Iev < all ll moH rod down tn Soenty SoentyI nty ntyI I
I t in If Petreetslenttth i trw 1 Bimiit tho th tint of oilJuly July Theirkept Their Theirr
r I k kept jit up with lIh Mime mf internip internipuiiiil InlrrlllIIlilll InterngoI
I < < uiiiil two I dears d < before eho II mm w u tnkni tnkniin IA IAI tai n nd
in d t thehe ih house hOIl by I the Ih lION > otio < Then Thoni Tho I
i i > > M MII < l fur n Hi the fir first t come lilt she he h w age ii > iU ell lieIeeid 1 1uMKiMl
uMKiMl < tiniortiiiiK I1 rnllla the II eupn15naral m > eri liiral I i
taer i > r of i I tho tll Oin Ointo 011IWY JinIte
Ite to < Uv in Novemlior he rh saw oka 1liaII okai
II i 1Of1 mne to lh the hone 111 The Orn nail naill
t > < l Iler r tlutt Ih t A new girt III was routing to totr 1 Ii IiI
tr I nietl Pit for heart tn InlIoI > ul > l awl HI Oat ho b 01 01p e ep 1
p t to get wnn > m iwnev m + n ne4 out fli < f her Mo Motti I IboII le ledeal
deal tti boII I lUMniM tnnnsel IIIIllu I to marry l arr her Ii but tll it was all allK
K IH I Mud tI She wa 10 a good I girl Ar ArHplihiittD d Itand
and HplihiittD 1 tM inn ro and UK II prom > rorniMuaene rorniMuaeneMII cae II new newIr1 <
MII ii llvrtnldr rlnidi < 1 sae n 1 nMnnt ntruvtrl l twit IHIW in inMV InI
MV W I aii nytII > lu 1 hili > iK I nlMit at IIt h hr r fcltIIn rvl liMli will 11 IhI IhIntatIpsdent ihn ihni Iii
i ntatIpsdent > iHttll < iiloiii One I IKHIIIIIM iViin woiiiilnt woiiiilntottlld auoldntstand nllhllltI
stand lu I II I Hut sth > tl > f Ihetll 1 fmiliil nutateilt out outIxnt 11
Ixnt U ti Iror I fute ule l Iof Silo Hik I t a as > MKHI e d n in 1 I fail failHI
HI II Ih I he h 6m WH too 10 < liv 10 of r funiN to m man main4I m mUin
Uin 111 4I tin 111111 1u > in twill elntl I r t l p 0 vrhtoh hlh lio had hadiiUn hadlikn ad adIilk
iiUn Iilk iiu ou Ilion II 11 r tr utinciit utinciitl 111 111I
I aw yer er I lark n k L I lonlin who wh appealed appealedIM
IM 1 IUnMnl lo navel nl unrahunlJ iii tioiiid the iu ly girl Irl alxnit alxnitHie ahooII
Hie II iimi lI 1 btages nt I > la K > fir her It uiiiuintatiri with withUio althtier 1111 1111U
tier U i im hut ho h could < IIld eel 1 no C1 admlmiHMi nf nfr or1Ion ofwrtalg
wrtalg r relatinne Uiion until thr If day after aflrall eke ekerrachel lt ltXe
rrachel all 1 Xe S New York then 1 Mr Ir Jonln Jonlnake Jonll1uk1 Jenl u uasked
asked > her to lto law tow it wa A that t eke he heshe Io d 1 < dard dardelse 1110
she 10 WM kept klpllll in the III twvrniyfoiirth twvrniyfoiirthhoiiM rlllfourlll street streethwue
hoiiM > aeairwt alilllNlIIl her will willI I j
I was M 1 hold there 110 noetly through fesr fesrsin fe r r1o r rtUi
sin 1o answered He ha threatened my III IIIIf
life If On the 110 night of September hr i I It toad toade luilfor
e ru 1 o11t I for the It evening Ina with 1110 u 1 fnewl fnewlmm fnHIMIIII fniwlLim
mm hodttl t + The defendant arleeJ cui > e Clud Cludwor < j HIM HIMwore awl awlworn
wore at m for tide later Unit night nightI
I had d hyMrnc and nd bo b went fit dawn etaini etaininil tai tairsand
and nil 1 lirraight mo five hIlIllIlIIfOII itefematl rnnll Irtkte wll t whirls whlihMid whirlsraid hll hllraId
raId contained < l tiH mltIIIIII idilno When tlh n I had hadu hiltloll sledthem
u loll > t them I lxgjn I ll lironthlng thltlf rather rntheri ntlhrand rathersadv
i eiulv and ho grow frightened He II culled culledother cwtlwtth 111 111lIfII
other th rs in the th boo > and nd they KOIII KOIIIr sentfor t tfir
for fir r a doctor diict r It He Mild If you y over overi vrIi
I Ii i that I gave ill you thus moqhlne Ill kill killi killFor
I i For Hire hit day 111 and night after afteri ffrd
i i 4 lie h attuned btlmlJtC inn in ttaiuno to Goue lu he h wa a leulouo leulouot
t 1iy 1 Vattle friend friendl I Ifliere
fliere 0 l ere were other thing that nude mo mol tn tnhUll meIsrhim
Isrhim l < hUll Theoatbof ThoolhoflTfOcyruorrl ofacrcynftheorder oecrocyrif tlionrder I lw i ie
> e tad to tf eign in blood It was a an n oath oathu < th tha
u 1001 a ill a I15utchgtrl nautch girl I mu mutt < t ubey ol > oy the Om DmU
II IL U Ilil 1I III me with the frar that Ihall I would jo jot COII gorrale
rrale t Ml
MlII II ever 1 thee 11 IhingH Hero dtl di dtwlocl dtwloclr < Mwl Mwlr I °
r nt 1 to I me m you wnuM < l go innano and anili nd
i < > i i ever went 1 on the Ih wltntanrt witnem 1 ntaml lanllnII lanllnIII and andI I
11 I the rliiw I things about me m you would olllolllf bo toa j jMihluig
a Mihluig ti hung allot hol And nd I believed t1 him himilly him himtlr
I
illy tlr tlrII 1 1If
Mr If tuM 1 ne m that he h could immmiinirate immmiiniratelili nmmmumratrhighta mmllllr mmllllrt
> t highta lili hl all Ir over the Iii world 011 < 1 to the thee th thof
e Hi priests of the order and nd that thatijd ltoalId
I ijd Id oil il In oongroM OfIlr and nd < Jerange JerangeI Ir Ir11I11I1
a I e H mind IllinclMI
I MI tt t few r question drew rlr from the theifirl IIfrl itsgrl
ifirl rl HU u outline lIlhll of ho III Kaula rites II and andI 1 1I
tl I I r rton Ion a asked ke < J Mr Ir DeFonl whit his hiswan tol tolI K Kt
t wan in I hrmging in this material materiall materialdow
dow l 10 w the III iotirt what sort M of a denMee den denH 111111011I
Mee H in thin home 110 answered th th4M IhdrI the thednl
4M Diitrirt Attorney Mr Ir JorJoti JorJotilkrraril JorJolIfA1 Jorloii1rriard
lkrraril M crrm1 tnoil to ooo aornithlni 1I01nIlnIt aornithlnii
i it ii I the 110 revelations that the Ih I Iflllll Ir Ira o onwkiiit
a nwkiiit flllll The lawyer objected objortedI objected41eectarrdar
41eectarrdar I H iMPiilar lla evidence Idrnt Miss Ii I Irllly tr trI o oM
M I iwreiitly having great difficulty u un in inK IIIPI
K hei PI Mimonv IIJIn She Mh grasped jtTaIIr herI her hrII
41 I I II t I vi r leet9liook XHV I Miook 1 < 10 a he h spoke spokeIIMH alOk alOkJI spokeuwee
IIMH JI uwee > M ton n think that she h M I actin acting actingHI
HI 411 < 1 Mr Do Fnnl Fnnli
i I i 1 tfftx l the 1 lawyer At Ati
1 1 t i dI he h room < m eat at t Mrs Mary A Aier AI
t ier I < eels 1 Mler 1 Sho tlh had been beenu
re u M 11igf i < ionf n of testimony Ih the IlImon1Uh IlImon1UhI with withmi
mi I te I Or Oni r a fats f Vt 1 the reply replyr pi piI
I odan r < l ii Win s ehlfled her eye y to him bitnU blmThIfllh himsale
U sale t I IMI
I i n MI Thon ThIfllh Thcuehtmkedown Thcuehtmkedownr she broke down downii I IIhff
> ii r I wo or three Ihff < detective detectiveI
I ter r iHit It of the Lh room roomI nlOtll11I11
I r I Mii4em wan OR bwfr h hi r1 t a aloOOn at soon a ai aaj aaja 1
a i i < ikn I
I I rrir rrivo ho I shouteda shouted shoutedlitrleil
I a Isetlrtel litrleil 1 a Blihy den dendectarnl rIIIKrt denHr
Krt declared thai Ih IhtfI1 hn hnni heId
ni tfI1 > n iM > in tin 1 iint fully fullyiiarro rullyof fullyire
iiarro of ire of abduction abductioni sbduetkelIrail
i > iir Irail 11 bail not l ll hoar plafH1 plafH1IIAI
I < l tior lead IIAI any III dsrrn4 dsrrn4fiend defer deferHlMkoN dftfffl
fiend fiendIUIake ffl
HlMkoN made lijr lijrIm y hn healI I III
I Im ItI i II lie Omnipotent when whenrMHMtfifiillwwftigamoiiih WRrol l lb
rol b rMHMtfifiillwwftigamoiiih rMHMtfifiillwwftigamoiiihM aaa I In fnllswtmgalninih fnllswtmgalninihttt 111 IIltlg Innh InnhI
M ttt t s Nevratyfonrlh mi jrfourth street streetii I
> d ii fie u woman mn ornm emiaearlea emiaearleaIw lillrI r1eM r1eMlwiili
lwiili Iw 1 h K Snipe of III 311r 2111 i iMr
I I Mr r Kcupe Hni MIIC said d last ittiIH lastSae
Sae I IH lie been n intrrmtefl in ini
I i IM he Irt I M thirty thirtycoven thirtycovenM woven wovenM m mI
> M I i I lie iMUti I Of f Iyrhlt yrhrHHU yrhrH
h wen apgirnarhed Hi HiI HU HUi
I I hf1It i of < > f ma maJ Ifi
4 1 iprt5 J ate 111 IH par ptcif
f if f inHia ecr sla are on the tbou tit titd
L moo Mld d Mr lr KoH KoHof lpea lpeaw
w u of forty or thereabout I thereaboutis
AI wl Ueeed tJte thereabouttl of tl I II
is I wbw bv sl s said was a a geil geilI 1 1f
f
friend He couldnt place the friend but t > II1
he soaked
her to sit
he iMked 11ft her ti I alt It downaandd down and tell tell him him her her
bi hlllln btisinee in Hh began be b n to tell at onai of a
wonderful nun who had begun a new
branch of lie ntychlo chlo deuce In which shewas the thewaa he hewaf
was aura Mr lr8n1 Snipe rlpa would WouJdbe N Interested
hiss I wa wu very 1fI1 vague about It Its prec precept preceptwylng pta ptalying
lying Inl that they th werent Wtl1tlQ allowed to go gopvery govery 10err
very deeply Into the subject until undllhf undllhfw they
were w nun ItU of the sympathy of the per person flruonafIPrtJlchd personIapShhnchaaine on onapproached
IapShhnchaaine approached approachedShe
I She Sh rainit hero h two or three th times Urnonaltonthor timesaltogeher
I altonthor aforlh said Mr Ir Snipe last night nfihtand nrhtn nightsnl
and n she lib seemed m to have considerable conalderablerrftnemont considerablerrfnement
rrftnemont fIn mttllt I plaved my pianola for forher forherand hfr hfrund
und lid my phonograph and nd she ah talked patent t nt
the now dlncovrno nf thin wonderful
friBrul of hen Finally FlIIII she lib tugg suggested UC t 1ftl l
that I II gn down to their place 1 In Seventy
fourth street 1 Ko I went vrontI Wttlllwlll1InlnlluOflI10
I lwlll1InlnlluOflI10 was Introduced to this man Om the
Omnipotent and the I minute I saw him
I mli mistrusted > tru loi him Ho II Deemed mllo to hats ha a apositlvn apollh1t apaitit
positlvn nature fItU which I mippoae III IIIhlOl was waanwro wasmoon
moon or lo boa influential on the Lhfotte women womenof AOhlflnof
of negutlv nature MIU such a u the Ih one onewho Ol Olwho oneWill
who rime m hle to oe me but ho h had the Ib eye eyeof eyesof YM YMof
of III fox and nd be talked too much and nd too
fa fut t I couldnt c < catch mon mo > than half
ho h said hut ho was n marrellouly discur discursh dllllurIIhl
sh Ise o I Iwa H saw < w a lot of case ca filled f1I with rook Ittokaand Il rookend ob obnd
and nd ho apian appeared > d to he talking some kind kindof kindor kindof
of a 1 cro creed d or faith but I didnt like his hislooks hi
looks from the start rt I havent been beenworking lINnwokln teenworking
working on thi this sort of mental mentalatudy study for forHO forItO forISO
HO long for nothing nothln nothlnHler
After I 11151 had talked to him for a time tlmoI
II I MW Illi that tho whole hol thing wa wu on the thesurface tlMoUrlll thesurface
surface Urlll and I drew out Ye u I was only
there th about onceMr once onceMr on onIr
Mr Ir snipes nll was glad last evening thaj
h he hail been able blf to lIp away awa from the theDm theOm theOm
Om lie said that he h wasnt Invited Invitedto
to go a cla upstairs talnl where the physical ex exercise nIllii exeresse ¬
ercise Illii claxsm el1 ees were w carried < t on and he III
didnt ak k for pormlMJon He balked balkedwhen Mlkelwhen
when hlIlbe1 they told him that there tlK would han havto hanto hayto
to be t a tent t t before they could be stir un1IU h hwa be bewas
wa fit to enter the order orderIIAlin orderIUlD orderHARD
HARD LICK WITH nT II HIS SU70 SU70Hili tfTO tfTOKlllt PTOhills
Klllt a Little Ctrl Iln an lies After Hew nIIDI nIIDIOrr BwIlsIOver ling lingOirr
Over a n nAn nn nay nayAn >
An n automobile owned own and driven by b bFrederick
Frederick W Spark a lawyer of 140 140Mouth 140Haulh 141South
Mouth Portland avenue nUl Brooklyn bowledover bowled bowledover bowlrdov
over ov and slightly injured Louis Lou Victor Victori lcLor110O
i son oo IJ I year ealll old of 17 Varet street ye yeterday yesterday
terday afternoon and nd within an n hour hourran hourran hourran
ran down and fatallr fatal Injured Tillie Rosen RoaenIwrg JWNonerl Rosenberg
berg erl ey years an ra old of MTompklnt Ie avenue avenueThe avtnueTh avenueThe
The Th child riled a short time afterward in inIho Inth inthe
the th Eastern District Hospital HospitalAfter lloeplllArtu hospitalAfter
After the automobile had knocked down downthe donthe downthe
the boy near Fulton and Clark streets atreetaHparka streetsSparks lrMtaHpark
Sparks was taken 11 to the Adam ttreel ttreelpolice etrtlLOlIce stmtpoIlse
police > OlIce station and detained until It was wasfound u ufound
found that the Ih boy IOy was not much hurt hurtThen hurtThrn hurtThen
Then he started to take the boy homo homoin homl
in the auto After ho h had gone thelieutenant the thelieutenant theIIlIIlftlAJlt
lieutenant wanted to ask him points morn mornquestion monoquUono morequestions
question and ho h got Into communication communicationwith I
with the th Stagg street precinct In which whichVictorton whimlctofIOfI whichTictoron
Victorton liven liv and asked that a polls polio1man poll pollsman I
man bo I sent It to the Ih Varot L street house to tointercept LoIntfrt
intercept the th lawyer and nd request ft < IUtteL him to tnreturn toreturn 1 1111m
return 111m to the Ih station house hou Policeman PolicemanKamuol PolIlfmllnu1 PolicemanSamuel
Samuel u1 Knuonlwrc wa 11 sent out and nd ho homet h hmtL hemet
met Sparks and nd gave P him the message messageHo messageRe
Ho II got into the Ih auto to go to the th station stationhmi lltatlonhel stationhate
hate e with lth Spark On the way way m bark barkin
in Torn Tompkins > kln avenue near n Flushing Flushingavmue Ihlnlamu luhingavenue
avenue th tha little girl ran In front of themachine the themachine th thmarhln
machine machineItononberg machineItnsnbrg
Itononberg took the thlawfr lawyer to the Ih vet Vornon vetnon 1 1non
non avenue 11I1 police > OUt station whore ho heseemed hoseemed h h1IfffI1
seemed 1IfffI1 on the h verge of roll roll FrlrmU FrlrmUwore FrllltlaWf s swere
wore Wf notified and 1 he h won aa re leaned on ball ballKnuonborgtnd hallRtnlrxand haltIlwolergand
Knuonborgtnd other eye wltaeooo wltn of the theaccident tlioactUtint II IIAMicllnl
accident said that it If was not Spark Sparkfault 8Irkr1I1I Sparkss Sparkssfault
fault
MtttltKlt IW H III4nw KIKV TKIt Tff4A Tff4AFnrteaiMl TIIUU TRAJX11ld
11ld U Plckperketplesl FnrteaiMl FnrteaiMlI ntl lisp lispal
at 1 ondq ondqOtnr o oend nda ndai >
i Wiir 1 Srngo a steward who ho lives at atII attie
tie II Wet Sixtyseventh street I t had hadtiM hadIth a atussle
tiM tussle le with lth two pickpocket in aKixth Sixth Hhtbn Sixthavenue
I avenue n elevated alld train yesterday and nd lot lotu
I u pooketbnok ok containing Jrt Jrti 20 20iI
i I Ho II was w on lis hi way y home at t noon and IIndau andwas
1 was au Bunding i nn > n lIMo platform of ono on of ofthe oflit ofthe
the lit rap when the northbound train pulledin pulled
in 11 ut t the Hftythird attest talluli t lon TMrwere There Therewore ThI ThIIhff
wore three Ihff < other ol men on ib the platform platformwith
with 11b him himI hllIIth
I t the th train mm as me 10 0 a stop ono 0 on of the thomen themen b bml
men put hi has band into Seng Renges trouserjoket trouser litxisentpycket lrou lrouIInd
pycket and pulled I > out the pockettook poIktIkTh
Tho Th cone steward seined the Inane man luiul luiulwhereupon lurulwhereupon
whereupon one of the Ih oilier men ru etriiik etriiikhim slmikhim
him In the Ih eye 1 and km InkllulII keel k l him alIII alIIIIh agalnt agalntthe KAHM KAHMthe
the Ih railing noi Ii nlf
I The man wish Ii ilo it 1 t Mvkrtiiool lt < Ilho IInltlif IInltlifjll1JUI and nd the tboman themoan
jll1JUI man tbui flunk N n uckt the th Mow loft the Ih train trainJIH tralugnat rallloIlHI
JIH gnat ran down the lit Maim Iai to 0 the lit atrret li > ot t tn
I The n Ktensrd run after them and followed followtdtlio
III the men up II u1 Kighth avenue 411n to Kiftvfnunh Kiftvfnunhfclreot Fift r fnunh fnunhetret
fclreot where wllf the lit pair ir ducked mm mmiwlouii It aeutoun
iwlouii 10011 and all the th Mewsrd lo IIlrark lost t track or them themTV IhIIIn
TV n Fourth I ranch h detective bureau bureaut 11111
1 i I Heni nt n t out men to look for two ptckixtckel pilkIJClIkrlj prkocketaIthat
Ithat 1 llut fit the ll deMnpttun dr nlIn of SengeM SOOIll as asMilems
Milems iklnl
Cletotaml Hanker n Cullt Guilty < ulll > er f Prrjno PrrjurerL1yMLARn PrrjnoILlTKLANU PJaILIVtUASt
ILlTKLANU > May 11I 7 V t n J Walkerpresident Walker Walkrrprovident Wlk Wlkdnl
provident dnl of the Ih South Cleveland Ranking tankingCompany Rankingomjuiiy anklnjlomatlJ
Company which hi failed fall recently nll wa wasfound wafound WllrOt
found rOt I 11I1 guilty IIIII of 10111 M nury > in the Ih Common CommonItea lommotl1lfOII Common1let
Itea Ioun our n thin morning Ho II IIdWljt1 wa wacharged wascharged
charged with lIh swearing rlnl to It falno rrporU rrporUof rp < lft lftor
or the II Minks t Il < condition before frft the failure failureWalker rallll rallllWlkr failureIValkcr
Walker made largo loan I to the Ih Werner WmlrInlinK NemerPrinting WernerIVintlng
Printing Inmpany nf Akron The n failure fsiluroof flIl1 flIl1uf
of that ronrern wan quickly followed by bytbo Ir IrI bythe
the I failure nf fh the bank bankTwo batikTae I IT
Two T Flihtng Nrheenor NrheenorK hOD Lest LestFoareoHT
K FoareoHT NTPOKT Me MI I May I 7 The Th total towsof loss lossof 1 1of
of the Ih fishing lhtnl schooner oon Waller M I Young Youngof otIn otInItf < <
of Boston oAloo and the Alcoyne roYfIe In I heavy heavyweather hMTTwnthtr heavyweather
weather near the Magdalen Island In Inthe InIh Inthe
the Ih Gulf of St I Lawrence La nt la I reported reportedTho rfIOM < I ITile
Tile crews cno nix men on each schooner Khoontrr are areeafe areaf
eafe r having been taken off by other otherfUhermen othrhrmn otherfishermen
fishermen Die f f new n come from Am Mnberet Amhert AmhfIIl
beret Harbor a fishing village there th
FISH STORIESJFROM STORIES FROM FLORIDAIff FLORIDA
Iff MHTflV TKUS Of fI oi 1 Till TIIRrn THIIlTKK n nrlr
TKK FOOT SAWFISH SAWFISHCaught StlnUIICDllht SIWFiM1aught
Caught With a S3 a Oeaee Had After U ULlr a aUvelj aLlrely
Uvelj FtghtIUrpsenrU at 1 Forty Ioctylard IMt IMtrdI FortyYards
lard rdI by Capt apt Pine PlIIUrslIlld l raggnl the liteI theBost
I BoatTwaMllNlirUrelicnrakrnttl BoatTwaMllNlirUrelicnrakrnttlIr 8t Two MUrenrtre MUea liner lie lleakrnM lleakrnMIh liMN
Ir 1 > 1 H A Lawton who H I a specialist specialiston J > IOinlll IOinlllon
1 on catching big fish and on stories that thatpertain lhalpttrtal thatpertain
pertain to them awl nd whose wb home b near nrarrie nMrI nMrfltIIa1d nearCleveland
rie Cleveland t > land Ohio when hlft it itnt at Miami 3lfamiI Ilamlria
I Kla ArrI arrivjd d at lh the Wolcotl 11011 yeetordayand yi ylorday > torday tordayand
and told about a mammoth auwfUh awf w lh ba barecently beI herecently I
recently tIr added to his hi collection collectionI collectionrtie
I I Th rtie doctor dO < tor wet lla hobbling about on onIcrutcliM onTUtcl oncrutches
IcrutcliM crutches TUtcl ymtenlay Ienla morning < < but he hehajtilr h belustily I IhutU1
lustily eiplainml that the flab had not notdone notdone I Idoo
done him up 111110 to that extent though a llttla Uttbtwinge llttlatwinge i itwinl
twinge of the gout had But he had a anarrow ahIlrruW anarrow
narrow escape MCSIWJ from having hit hi right righthand riehthand righthand
hand awed wtd off when hen 1m wai trying to toyank 10yank toyank
yank the Lb eawtUh wllah near enough pnoll h to hi his boat Ixiatto
to that Capt Jlmmi Pine could hit the thecreature IhtCflItIlure thecreature
creature over the th head The prize ac according a atUnIC according ¬
cording tUnIC to Dr Iwtont diary measured measuredIS
IS feet f 1 I inch from the th point of hi his saw RIWto N NI sawI
I to the tip of hit hi tail tailDr 1411Dr tallDr
Dr Bolton of the Ih New York hospital llospitnli
i i who had a party with him started ltart on this thislrtlcular thlllllrrtlculAr thisIxrllcukr
lrtlcular fishing cruise eru in hU yacht yachtStranger 1Ichl8tranlr yachtStranger
Stranger at the santa lime I ttartod ttartodwith tarteclI rtfd rtfdllILb
with a party tty In my m houMbodt Sabnna Rbosuwith Sabnnawith i iwith
I
with three LhIM amaU amaUIoCbta yacht said Or Uwtcii Uwtciiyeaterday Lawllltl1N1enfay lnwtcnyesterday
yesterday We W went to Key I Largo LargoI rgo rgoand
I and pent a white hlle looking for both bottom bottomand bottomaDd bottomand
and large Hah t ah and then as a II Dr Dolton DoltonWM Dollooi lioltonwas I
i WM anxious to make a record for bon bonftth bonflah bornfah
ftth and a u I wanted to add a whipper whlprrray
ray ra And a tawflah wtW1 to my collection we weseparated weseparated ft ftPllrated
separated separatedW PllratedWe
W We cruined bolt for three th day datllook datllookin looklag look lookIng
lag in for a sawfkh going as a II far down at atIndian uIndian asIndian
Indian Key and back end nd then on the themorning thtomornln themorning
morning of th the fourth day at the mouth I Iof I Ior Iof I
of Jewnsh Creek I succeeded In hooking hookinga i
a tiO pounder When you realit > thatthe that thatthe thaLtbe I
the lino IIn used was WII a t twmtyon Benty ote ply nn nnand 0 0and ose oseand
and th the rod only weighed Ihfld twenty ounce ountt10U i iyou I Iyou
you anguiews can ru that a combat with Ith a Wi IWaof IUho Wiof
o of f that size requires great dexterity and andkill andSoL andskill
kill killNot Not that I take the Ih credit to my myself myULbll lt ltthe
the doctor added add modestly for to tell tellthe t11Lb tellthe
the Lb truth I low owe the landing of that saw sawflah awI i
I bah mainlv to the marvellou marvellus dexterity dexteritywith dexteritywith
with lIh which Capt Jlmroio Pine PI can IIJ wield I Ia t ta Ia
a harpoon Canl Jirnmie la an n expert expertfisherman espertiWierman I
fisherman and he h It I a pretty good manIto man manto manI
Ito to hive along on a part Ilk like thatLt that thatIt
I It was about 10 lOiO JO A M I whi when hn > n I realized realizedI
I had the monMer I was looking Ioolkln for fo stthe at atthe atIh
the Ih end nt of my line IIn The tint senwitlon senwitlonwat nMUonwa
wan as If I had mr MiagxH 110II111 ee15ggedonrthina < < tx mthinR > Then ThenI ThenfrlL
I felt a gradual steady pull pullthe pull which took IIkrr tookevery ix > U Uevrry
every rr ounce oun of strength in n the Ih hook and andlino alldIIn andIt
tlene lino IIn It wan Up In me to bind him himWell himWfII
tleneWell Well ilr there Ihe wa waanI nt a gaff < < air in lh lhboat Inh the theboat
boat h t but fortunate there th was a bar harpoon barpoon baru ¬
poon with lIh a coll of rope rol reedy rHd reedywee to l lti III >
ti rd It honked to me a as II If Mr Sawfiah SawfiahWMM Sawitabreedy fth fthWilli
wee going to get away from u us wrwn when up upro 53proe I IrOBlt
ro rOBlt i Can Cal n litnmlc litnm with th the h harpoon harpoonIn
In bia bi hand Well 11 I ruts th the tI fen crad Ryadually cradUMlly ttadUlGlly
UMlly to the Mirfaiv lJrfal and found I r hail hailhookmi hll hadhooked < l lhook1
hooked him In the Ih acn ec ort When the thoMg Ib Ibhll theIIg
Mg taw rnwrcml tnlfrl < l from tit IWJ water lftr Cep Cipn CipnMl lapnImm n nIimmM
Imm poised Ml hi himself and ca east t lh lhlutrpoon IhhrlOn the theharpoon
harpoon The way thai Ih wrx weapon > n went wrntthruugh wentthrough Wp1I1Ibnuah
through the th air and nun down dOWI1It wa wau wasu
u narvej marvo The fish wa was at 1 a distance distanceawny dilltanaWIlY dlwanoeaway
away that I wouldnt ram to give Iti for forfear forrear I Irr
fear of bomgdirbrllvvrd being dllII dietselkvrl but it ILWU was all 11 of oftho orJ ofIh
tho I Ih distance from whore wno we are re sitting sittingto
rto J to the Ih other skis Iirl of the th street It was waaa
a 1 matter of r approxlmatoly forty fortyyanU fortyyanUfrom yard yardfrom ymrrom
from the Lh seat I In the Lh lobby of the th Wolontl Wolontlto
to the I other side id < of orTblrlrftnt Thirtyfirst ThIrt7 Arst street strratKuril streetSuch
Such a thing thin < < muldn t he don by 1 the tbocaptain 111 111t thecaptain
captain t > ar > laln or anybody e else 1M w in a hundred hundrrdtrlala hundredIrlals awidr awidrI
trlala I rial Dr l Lawton wton continued Won Wononn WnIIOnn WcfIa
a soon as the th fun felt th the harpoon owav owavhe Aah
he h started with ut in tow Ue U dill dragged d i 1 1II
11 ill out UL Into the Ih Atlantic for or about bou two twomlloa twoml twomiles
miles ml before hro ho bean n to show signs of ofgiving of1I1n1C ofgiving
giving nut nutIt t1lIlII outIt
It i ill a mighty fortunate fort bit nf luck luckthat IoJl IoJlIhal luckthat
that I retain doth h hands nd for or tn the i tor er erMtetnent > t tritrmont
ritrmont of gottlnt llInlt the Ih ll fish lob h near enough enoughto
to the II lioit 01 tn kill him I reached dtfd over ovrrtho 0 0Ih overthe
the Ih kido kip nf f the Ih bat b not roMliniiR ipilllt that thattho IhlI thatthe
the I etesturhadstill cnaturr had still 1111 a lot of life loft in inhim I Ihim Inhlni
him Ho had In b I killed with Ith a hammer haromorand hmlnlrIIn1 hammerawl
and a u r la lapn pn > n Jimuilo Mood with lIh this In Inhl Inhi inhi
hi hand I thought I could help h Ip put Kutthi IIlItlit putthe
the lit inomont I wont t In reach h out that thatCud Ilutlh ltiattist
Cud h jelled Jall hp h > saw w frrocioutly a low lowllnio rl rlIIIIIN fewOnus
llnio from aide 1 do < 1 u w > okloand If Pine hadnt hadntotnlcl hadnnlrk hadnttrurk
otnlcl nlrk down lilY Imnda they would b hot boIIw hothate < t i iruivr
hate ruivr Iw I feet H take on >
rnxaeas > STI1III srn sr n in UrH UrHUklnt IlruUMInt iri iriIlklnt
Ilklnt 11tsd ittmdllannenrlltnnrrlollnnal ittmdllannenrlltnnrrlollnnalPraltr harmony UlM limner ID 1111111 ltunaltse 1111111Pra
Praltr Pra 11f fr llughr IlughesBtrratn llughrBrrrxui IIUII
Brrrxui May 7 DCadr Htmck of ofAlbany orlbany ofAlbany
Albany wa the hf principal speaker at the theDrrnoorauc the10011I11I1111 theihmorsoc
Drrnoorauc Lreguw Lna dinnor hero tonight tonightTho to nlght nlghtT
Tho Th T e banquet > > n < ii l had 1olloffn teen heralded at a love lovefratt lovfrl11 lovefeast
feast at which William Junes Jain n Conner Cuonersand Connerand r nn nnandfhrlll
and andfhrlll Sheriff Jim Smith and ot OIh others horn who have havofought havefought
fought the Ih Democratic diainnaa in the tholocal Ih Ihlocal thelocal
local n told d were fff to Hit il down together rxjt rxjtMr Mr31r 1 1f
Mr f C Cdnnl nnem barked out 01 at 1 the last a t mo moinont molIInt muwent
went and writ I < a montage rn e from New York Yorkrving Yokrlnl forkeying
eying that ho h would I unable to get getluick CttIrk gettack
Irk to Ruffalo until M Monday MondayMr nday IndrIr ndayMr
Mr Ir llorrick d dVOL dvotrd votni himself to an anaTTtlgnmont anarrlgntnent II IIurItIIlnnL
aTTtlgnmont of the Ih Republican Rl1 > uhUn partv in inSeal intat inState
Seal tat > > and nol nation The ether speaker aproakfIIwre speakerwere
were H I P Bliwll of Buffalo who poke spokefor r pokernr oke okefor
for peace and harmony and nol Roland ItoUndCranglo 11olndCranall RolandCrangk
Cranglo alan Ian of lluffalo who ho without withoutnaming Wllhoulnamlnl withoutnaming
naming any ono on in particular flayed the tholxiar Ih Ihhn thelagare
lxiar hn In speaking for clean politic politicMr poliliaMr
Mr Ir Cranglo Cran 111ft said uldMypanlunMilp saidMypanlasnshlp Id IdIrpartlunlhlp
MypanlunMilp don d not prevent mo mofrom m mfront mefrets
from naming t n a prototype pn > totTJlf for fo guidance guidnncotho rUldn rUldnlb
the lb present Republican Governor of the theKtate theHIIlharl theState
State HIIlharl Charles K t thigh HiighoThe thighThe I
The memboni of the etrcittlte 1c1llI com cornmitts commlttoo Ommitt
mitts mitt present worn w President Thorns V VOborne FOsborne I Ioltom I
Oborne Charlen K t lUttlgan 111111I1 Franca A AWillard AWillard i iWillanl
Willard and 0tady Hrrriek
The Oriental Store StoreJapanese StoreJapanese
Japanese Stone Lanterns LanternsSuitable
Suitable for forOutdoor forOutdoor forOutdoor
Outdoor Ornamentation OrnamentationThe
The Japanese stand preem preeminent preemment preeminent ¬
inent as landscape architects architectsIn
In no other country could couldthere couldthere couldthere
there be found such quaintly quaintlyconceived quaintlyconceived quaintlyconceived
conceived gardens gar den or such suchweirdly suchweirdly suchweirdly
weirdly fascinating stone Ian Ianferns lanterns Ianterns
terns pedestals flower urnsfountains urns urnsfountains urnsfountains
fountains and koros korovWe korosVe korosWe
We invite attention to the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest display of Stone Urn Urnterns umterns Ianterns
terns and other Garden Pieces Piecesto
to be found elsewhere elsewhereOriental elsewhereOriental elsewhereOriental
Oriental Bronzes BronzesLamps BronzesLamps DronzesLamps
Lamps Rugs RugaJardinieres RugsJardinieres Rugsjardinieres
Jardinieres ScreensEvenr1hin Screens ScreensEverything ScreensHEv
HEv Everything n OrientalA OrientAl OrientftlA OrientAlA
A A VANTINE CO COBROADWAY COBIOADW COBROADWAY
BROADWAY AYe Bet 16th l th md 19th Ste S Scoz
= coz
I r S < tlRiMt 1R Jflf JflfII Jt Rl SOUIrO SOUIrOlrrfl
II tlrrrly lrrfl Crltlrtord ttntwut Omelets OHlctoliImtrtd om OmeletsI 1aJI 1aJIInltrad
I Instead f Imltrttng IndlnltI Tbem TbemXrw Ibsenrw
SEW rw OHLIUNS May Ia 7 7Judge Judge udl Foster Koilerof OIIler OIIlerof
of the Inftml I Slate District Court Courtmrhllo used usedemphatic taredemphatlo
I emphatic lingusgo today toda In dUrolMlne dUrolMlnethe
the federal a1 Irand Jury which IUM b been boouIntoatlgatlng bo beeni > ottu ottuIntllatlnl
i Intoatlgatlng the alleged custom fraud fraudi fraudJlThe fraudsThe
i The jury rcponod a week ago CO Merely Merelyj severelycriticising 1 1nitlciainc
j criticising a number of Federal Ftd ral officials officialsby omcab
by b none but finding no Indictment Indictmenti IndictmentsThe
I i The Judge rofuKod to accept It declar toclarI declarInllhat
I lug Inllhat that the jury ought to indict Instead InsteadI
I I of rritirisn If anything wrong bad been beendone beendone
done Too mind Jury brought in an anamended anI anamended
amended report IOrt today Tho charges chargeaagainst chr chrplnaL chargesagainst
I against individuals were not abated but buttheterrnswfTomerelysoftened butthftlermlwrro butthetermaweremerelyaoftened
theterrnswfTomerelysoftened thftlermlwrro mtlffl 8Oft n1 ThCourt ThCourtdodarrd The Court CourtI Courtdeclared
declared that the District Attorney ttom will willpresont willLhe willpresent
present the evidence accumulated liy this thisGrand th thUrand thisGrand
I Grand Jury to the next grand inquest inquentTho InqvfIItI inquestThe
Tho jurymen hold that they had found foundnothing foundnothlnl foundnothing
I
nothing to justify uu Indictment but butthought bu bulhoulthL butthought
thought it their duty to point oIIlL attention attentionto
to abuses b in the customs systemNOAE1 system systemV0J tm
NOAE1 V0J 101 r Ix l IIKR HAT HATThats IIATThats UTlllale
Thats nhere bt Mtry IIr IIM It After flclpleg flclplegMan
Man Who ho CoalihVI Hearfl IIU rrfcel PdtetMatron rrfcelMatron PHtelIatron
Matron Hooo Daly l > t11 of the West Hlxty Hlxtyfighth HilL HilLIblh Slstyeighth
eighth attest polim IKlII i > oliro station lIon says that tbalthe tbalthetl1t1 the thelinl thelied
lied on Mary Webb fiat l aal winked at her herotherwise bfrothrwlllll herotherwise
otherwise she ho never would hare found foundthe foundthe foundIh
the Ih money that Robert Harrington flarringtonrlharged Harringtoncharged IIarrinctoncrd
charged crd Mary with stealing Anyhow Anyhowthem AIIho AIIholtt Anyhowthere
them ltt in the Inmost recsl of the trimming trim trimmlng
minI on the hat the matron who hadalmost had hadalmost hadlmneL
I almost abandoned the Lb search found 148 148of 1 1or I5of
of which Harrington claimed cia IIIItd Ito ItoMary ItoMary tn tnUarr
Mary Webb who runs a boarding house houseat
at t t IM West Klgbtytttth Fighry dith street was ar arrested arII arrested ¬
rested II < I by b Policeman Mill In the Ib back backroom batkroom backroom
room of a saloon at Eightythird street streetand
and Columbus avenue the complainant complainantbeing
being Iin llol Uohrt > ert W V Harrlngtun of m West WestKightythlrd WestEightythird
Kightythlrd tl < < hlthlnJ street who wh i to 00 yean oldand old oldand I I1Id
and 1Id un artistAccording artist artistAccording tlaL I
According to the policeman Harrington Harringtonasked IIarrioltnnukfll Ilarrla tnn tnnsoaked
asked asshtanon klanJl to get oL his money fruru fruruhi frolUhi rum rumhis
hi his Pocket to pay for a drink and Mary Marl1IIlr
helped 1IIlr > I < J him also herself She was locked lockedup
up on a charge of larcenyIIOIIA1 larceny larcenyir IArcen IArcenIHm4
ir IHm4 i4 itnovE IIRO TOO Mir FASTflat MirDut AUOut
Out It I Bailed by Man n CempanlM CempanlMOwned mpanl Ilbe IlbeOwned lte lten1d
Owned the Automobile AnleneblleMurlol AutemebllluI1 AutomobileMuriel
Muriel bpcncer of 3 J West Twmtyflfth Twmtyflfthstreet TwmlftfthtrMI
street who said she lit was a manager managerwas
was arrested for ro driving an automobile automobiletoo i
too 100 fait at RJversido Drive and Ninety Ninetyslith Slnet Slnetrollth ninetyatvth
slith street vrsteniay Inlay afternoon A man manwho manwho manwho
who was with her and nd who gave la hla bl name namou natnfJohn nameJohn
u John K t OWn OI m and hi h hi l address add alto a as u3a
3 39 West Vr t Twontyflfth stroet said Ill tI ho hew hewIht was wasthe wasthe
the owner of 0 the th car and put pi up III cash hall ballPoliceman hallPol hallPoliceman
Policeman Pol rtfTll Mymington of the West tooth toothstrrot 100lhIftft toothattest
attest station put the Ih speed of the car at atiIhln ateighteen i ieighteen
eighteen mile rn 1 roll I I
fSTRIKivoiBONT ISTRIEYOTEONTHEERIENOW ISTRIEYOTEONTHEERIENOWKaoTiATtoxs STRIKE VOTE OH THE IBBRIB ERIE HOW HOWI ROWXEGOTIAT10YS
I
KaoTiATtoxs irini rw4iv rw4ivi
i wirv 111 An CONDUCTORS orr orrA 0 0Idrntfd OF OFA
A Federated Read and tn Etent1alltrtke Etent1alltrtkethe r mt mt aHtrlke aHtrlkethe alltrteIh
the Ih Engineers anil Flrroun Ftr Would WorldMare UeoldHave WouldIInf
Have to t Qoltomrlali of f the Rail flailreaU Railrwuh aallr
rwuh r tie PI HUH llsprful for Peace FemeTli PeaceThe Nee Nee11e
Tli The head of th the Brotherhood of RailHaut Rail RailrtNul Railrout
Haut rout Trainmen and od the Order of Rail IUIIroad Railroad Railroad
road Conductor announced yesterday yesterdayi eeterda eeterdaI
i that the Ill negotiations between the train trainmen trainI trainmen ¬
men melln1 and conductor and nd th the Erie railroad railroadover rallrodoer
I
over the demand for higher wage ceo have havebeen hanbern havebeen
been called off and that the th order baa haji
i i been sent nut all lIalon along the line fora for a strike strikevote atrikeII striksrude t I
vote II to be returned In ten day dayIn daTiIII
In onto 10 the vote In as expected Jp cted for forstrike foraLrlk fora
a strike a foal attempt will 11 be t made madelir madeh madeby
lir h Grand Matter Le of the trainmenrand trainmen trainmenrand lralnmenand
rand Grand UsstorGarretaoo Master > r arrelAOO of the con conductora coni
i ductora to brine about IOut a paciflo settto setttoment MUleIMn sett settment
ment IMn If this full the strike U to be bedeclared bedcclartotl bedeclared
declaredAi declared
Ai A the Ih men In the th four brotherhoods brotherhoodsare
are federated nn the Erin the firemen flrenwnwho ftrDllnwho firemenwho
who have h only recently reamtl reached a bails bailsof batlof bulanf
of i iwttlerocnt with Ith the Ih Erie Erie and the engi engineers endnlrn engiarea
area mutt go out If the other order do doThe of ofThe doThe
The negotiation with ith the Erie rle which whichhave hlclthave I Ihave
have horn n broken off were conducted conductednn
nn behalf of r the railroad by General 111M lenerallManager I Ilanatr I IManaserJ
Manager lanatr J r8tu C Stuart rt O I II Sines Hln grand grandmaster IrandmuIPr grandmuter
master of the trainmen and L I KJShepard KJShepardrand r jlc efllrrl bepardgrand efllrrlrand
grand rand master irut r of the conductor attended attendedthe I Ithe
the conference between Mr Ir Hluart and andthe andthe nd ndI
the grievance mmmitleea of ta the trainI train trainmen 100 100mln ¬
I men und conductors comluctunTb
Tb T t > frial demand dm nd of the men wa that thatth thctbe thatthe
th the lowest wages w that would be accepted acceptedmu
mu m must t he based tea tI on the wages jIIt granted to totb tonlbe Uthe
tb the Baltimore and Ohio trainmen and andconductor andfInductofll andrnndmciora
conductor under the th award of tM tMarbitrator tbearbltrato thearbitrators
arbitrator of their demanda Mr fr Stuart StuartMid Stuartlaid Stuartsaid
Mid that this Ihl scab 18 would be far muretlllln morethin more morethan
than the Erie tr could afford to par A Acounter AI Acounter
I counter proportion on behalf of tM roadwas road roadwim roadWUI
was made mad which the committee refuted refutedto
I to consider conkider and the tb deadlock which led ledto ledto
to the ordering of the strike vote wan wanreached wasreached
reached late lat on Kridav afternoonThere afternoon armoonrb 1 i iThere
There rb M seemed < m mcd d to be t an n Idea Id at L th the thltOmlH thelofik i iOffice
Office of the Erie yesterday tIterda that the theenegotiations thenegotiation I InIOIIlIoa
negotiation were Mill hanging lire but butGrand bUll butOrnnd
Grand Masters Ue and nd Oarretaon of the thetrainmen tholrainmen thetrainmen
trainmen and conductor and the other otherrepresentatives otherrepmesegtatives I IqttIVtll
representatives qttIVtll of hot m men n mild last Ustowning JuLenln lastevening
owning enln that they were absolutely blOlut ly called calledoff
off of aodtbat and that no other oth move will b be beunlll made madeuntil muduntil
until the vote Vol on the strike m received reeelvedThe receivedThe reorl18dThe
The voting i La bv secret ballot wad t UI nt < the thefinal Ibeftnal thefinal
final count of the vote 0 will pratahly pratahlytake pr K11 < i 0ly 0lytake l1yIke
take pate In this Ih city cityAccording atyAccording cilyAcronJin
According to Grand Master Ie I be betwoen bei1I1 het
twoen t SniO and 41000 000 men will be affected affectedIn rr 1 < J JIn
In c 01IfI w of o f a strike rike Grand Master Garret Garretton
ton saidshe mid midThe Iti ItiThe
The utual course will 11 lie pursued Wemould We Weoould e enould
mould not accept the advance offered > IIr by byMr > y yMr
Mr Ir Stuart in hla counter proposition propositionwhich ProllOllillollwhlth propositionwhich
which was only 8 per cent of prevent preventwage presentwages
wage wal We mutt have lun the 11 t O rate rateor meor rateor
or there will willi he I a strike
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ONoil Browne on a ohargo of bribery bnburyand 001and
and BepreMatativra R Repreaa Pf < < ltaUne Robert E 1 Wilson and andMiohael andJlohael andMichael
Michael S IJnk on charge chr of perjury perjuryUnk JIlIrJuryLillk perjuryLtnk
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Grand Jury corroborating Kopresrnta Kopresrntatlv Re resenta resentatire
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in the election of Lorimer to th the United UnitedSUU UnitedStates I
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bribe rih money lIIon In a Chicago hotel hotelState tiotolKtutH blltlIitill
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him yesterday joxtorili1Senator yesterdaySenator 1111 1111lIalor
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to have h come from him himItrowno himllrown himt
t Drowns and Wilson earn bail of I15J0 IIIJMeach I15J0each IISJIMtach
each today 101 furnished ruml by John Powers Powersand rowernI Powersand
and nI J J J Hrrnnun Democratic AMrrBMU AMrrBMUTho
i The ThllldictltCi indicted legislator legislators are aid tobepni tobepnia to IJ pr1l pr1lI
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LodTailor LodTailorWill Lord LordS Taylor TaylorWill
Will Hold During the Week WeekAn WeekAn VeekAn
An Important Sale Saleof
of ofWomens ofWomCItS ofWomens
Womens Misses and Girls GirlsReadytoWear GirlsReadylotf7etlr GirlsReadyto
ReadytoWear Readyto if1ear Apparel ApparelFor
For Present and Summer Wear 1VearThe WearThe VearThe
The Importance of this Sale is that it involves the themajor themajor themajor
major portion of our present High class stock at atDecidedly atDecidedly atDecidedly
Decidedly Reduced Prices PricesWomens PriceslV011lcns e ef
Womens f Tailored Suits
400 Suits taken from Regular Stock Stockand Stockand Stockand
and Reduced as follows
14000 000 Suits e Reduced to 52 2 5OO 5 00
14500 to I 3000 3000It
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f 5000 ooo M Ie 35OO 35OOAlso 3 3500Also 00
Also AlsoS6
56 Model DemiTailored Demi Tailored Suits Suitsof
of Aeolians Satin Foulards and Serges SergesCopies SergesCopies SergesCopies
Copies of the French at atS5OOO atSsOOO
S5OOO 5000 formerly 8500 to 10000 10000Womens 10000Wometts
Womens WornensDresses Dresses and Gowts GowtsDistinctive G01l1SDistinctive s sDistinctive
F1
Distinctive Styles for All Occasions OccasionsFrom UccasionsFrom OccasionsFrom
From our Regular Stock we have taken 250 230Gowns 250Gowns 250Gowns
Gowns and Reduced them as follows
4500 Dresses Reduced to 2750
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5000 5 ooo 3500 3 00
16500 6 500 II SSOOO 5000 5000rioo00
10000 I I 7500 7500Women j jJ jIJ7ome1ts jJ jWomens
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Women s Coats and Wraps 6f7rapsBlack WrapsBlack 17ra s sBlack
Black Satin Coats
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30 3 and 34 inches long i ti tt Mr Jr j
formerly I
with fancy ancy dresses I
3000 30ooto to 4000 4000PongeeCoats 4000PongeeCotlts 4000PongeeCoetts i
PongeeCoats So 15005200052500 15005200052500Satin t 500 1000 52500 52500Sa Se 500 500Satin
Satin Sa t and Cloth ClohGl Capes e 2500 2 S3 3 500 500TouringCoats 500To1tnn SooTourin
To1tnn TouringCoats Coats S i 500 Szooo 2000 rz 2 500 500Also 500Also 5ooAlso
Also AlsoBalance r rBalance
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Balance of t y on olir11I ourlnlfrirtedSettttf rlmported orlctl Sample o llraps llrapsconsisting Ifrapsconsisting f 1ni s sconsisting
consisting of Chiffon Closed Wraps Crepe CrepeMeteors Crepefeteors CrepeMeteors
Meteors Finest Tussahs Satins and Laces at atJ atSOOOformerlri50HO12S
50 50Summer SOOOformerlri50HO12S J OO formerly 1500 to 12500 I2500SummerDresscs o oSummer
Summer SummerDresscs Dresses DressesFor
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For Women and MissesLingerie Misses MissesLingerie J
Lingerie L lgC17 Dresses Dressesof
Si050 Si050Cotton I
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of French Mull till at atCotton J
Cotton Voile Presses PressesTunic DresseTunic i
Tunic Skirt at r rflowered I2 1250 1250flowered 50 j jjowelct I
flowered MilII Dresses
at 750 750Also I
Also AlsoLinen 1150jOO
jOO Linen L elt Tub Skirts Skirtsat t tat
at 5295 395 500Jlisres 500 500Misses t t1Wisses
Misses and Girls Dtyt DtytGirlsSpringCoats DJ DptGirlsSltringCoerts t tGirlsS
GirlsSpringCoats GirlsS rillgCotlts Girls TailoredSuits Ta
4 to 14 yrs yrsSergesMixturesChecks 10 to 14 yrs yrsSerges yrsSergesMixturesChecks
SergesMixturesChecks Serges and Checks Checkst e
t 500 500750 750 750formerly SI500 SI500formerlysiaooto2ooo I500 I500formerly
formerly formerlysiaooto2ooo 1000 to 2000 2000Misses formerly formerIY2500 formerlys25ooto3000 formerlys25ooto3000illisscs f 2500 to 3000 3000At 3000itisser
Misses Tailored Suits s At
75 Suits of French Serges Shepherd ShepherdChecks i19e50 i19e50Checks 1950 1950formerly IgSOClucb
Checks and Fancies smart
snappy snappytyles snappystyles r
formerly3aoototooo formerly lormer
styles It yes J 14 to 18year 1 8 year sizes sizes y
15000 to
3oootoo0Q 3oootoo0Q2qtb 3aoototoooRy 4000 4000BiT
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