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I 6 THE SUN THURSDAY MAY 12 1910
FAR EAST RUBBER MAD TOO TOOSIMiMOltl TOOUIIIlIlI TOOSIXt1OIU
SIMiMOltl III Till CRAZE CRAZEAM fn4ZIA in4z1AX
AM A AX II Ill W < Cll II IS JUJVti KMSKli KMSKliNullan lltSIWliultan 1IISEDUltan
Nullan nr r luhure P huro Utneels lilt III HRIn rianlalteot rianlalteotto
to > et i MIMMIIHNI o4HJItH a irarMeroe irarMeroeI ra eaIIlunlUig me mei
I llonlliig frhat TtiI If I at a Itangrreos a aAlt IS ISAu
AU In Ii the Morlil rhl na tt of llorneo llorneoKamuel 1I0raromurl florn flornrnurI
1
Kamuel murl II lUglaBd 11 tIADd has just returned returnedby
by b way y of Hta 11 Francisco moC11 from a rip tnpround Inpt ripL
L round the th world which occupied OCCul lto > < l Just Justa JItTMr juityMr
a vinr Mr r lUgUad d started with 11111 the theIntention Ih IhInn ihhtnhori
t Intention Inn OQ of mvvsUiMlmg na the I rubber rubberplanting rllb rubberL r rIlknllnc
L planting situation 1II 1I1Hn in tlie theMIiy Malay Peninsula Peninsulaand
7 and In the East Indimi Indi and much of hit hittime bl blI histime
time he h s Iofll 4it m Sin ncap napre ea pt re Hemm Hemmimara lIiJnomlAnt IonuiourflnI
imara nml 4nIOtrn nd lava lavaOne 1
I One thing bet sink ptrilps Ir thw hi traveller travellerIn
1 In Bomw Rm and nd Stmmirn K I th us fart that thatmost lbalmol thdmost
most of th Iho travelling has u tu I be M dune oh ohtbe 011IbO oilthe
IbO river and ali < I muot of tliw Ih k towns lie II on onriver onI onrivers
I river about thirty mik ml or more from fromtheir fromtheir
1 their mouths said Mr lUgland at the theWolcott theI theWolcott
I Wolcott yi rI > M rday IY Von iii 1111 go over to toBorneo
Borneo from Kuigaiwro in a Dutch or orn orn orft
1 1
n Chinese stemor r The 1t first place pii I Ivisjted IyWIPd IYWINI
visjted in 0 Wt > V t > t H Hnvo ni > wis wi Ioiitianik Ioiitianikwhich Iollllamkblch Ioitunukwhich i
which is directly 0 n tlto I equator loItllr I Ifound IrOUI1 IfotmI
found thit llorn Iiomo > o Ihw t a J wonderful wOfl woffijfrfuIthough rflil soil soilthough n nIhlulh i
though at th pr IfDI < w t H produce Jro < lu mostly mostlyJungle anoIlyjuucle IflOItIyungIe
Jungle products tho pnmipal on Iwitig Iwitigropra Iiugrop
ropra rop the Ib dnwl m uwit t of f th iooniut ro eoooanutThty iooniutThey > IIII IIIITbfl
They Tbfl are r beginning now to t plant nt tohAcco fohaecoind i iand I Innd I
and rubber eiipwimntallv Ip flm414iIT III South SouthBorneo SouthTiomM oulhBOrfle
Borneo them Ih is a cotttiderahl Putch Putchcommunity nlllthcommllnlly Dutchcommunity
community Th tiortlteni lIorlh part l Art > m I an nnEnglish anEnliah anEngIsh
English protectorate prolf < lnntl the iwt of f the tbecountry litecountry thecountry
country licing 11I1e uiiler u Dutch rule ru The Ihipart IhPluts Theparts
I ITht
part of th Ihe island not dmt 1 I9 It > I iliffor 11 < r mw4i mw4iThe
The people who 10 hll nr 1 r d Iin titIg < > ing lh I the dvel frveloplng I Ioping Inplng I I
oping aw lliin thlnt4 un M 1hv 1 h funish a mar market Ifh1rktt marIcet ¬
ket for th iha jiJigl1 J ItI man tid hip i VtVre VtVreit WrIt
it not for Ill t < Ilies 11 th IT r Wfrtml 1 I 110 noman 110fUnltapol 110HIngapor
fUnltapol I Ih + tiitmieth IM1I14 IS Ih iha IltlilU IltlilUman tnih4kman
man L 1HI1tI t i Mi tli the junglf RMU ami ike Ng Ngmerchant hi hEmerchant t tmnhanl
merchant merchantI i i1Inl
I 1Inl spent Mneri1 ar11 r day ia in FUAdVrinaHin FUAdVrinaHinwhich utoI rnwuln rnwulnhIh
which is the Ih iHpital 1111 of South Borneo Borneoi
S i U I rather a rtty pi > IIy plare Ic > hue a typical typicaltropical IyplaaiIropl1 typcsItropical
tropical town I wet naly we English Englishtnan EDChIIIA1 EDXIr41man
man there theraantl and nd h hes4dtrawerennmora hes4dtrawerennmoraawd MAid tarei t or were no more moreand morrIIoI1d
and I wa < th tha only un I AmTkwn Iri about I Ididnt IUdnt IrfldnL
didnt go into the Ih jitagle hut m n going COllljtup ogup
1 up Ihe th nvvft it 1 WAS Wl 1 no fl 0 uncommon thing thingto Ihuui hin hinto
to tee a trw I ret full of If innnkys 1A fIky > and another anotherSpealdng IInolbrJ anotherfull
i full or 1 Ltutifu lIllfu bir birSfWIIkln biril birilI
J I Spealdng aktng about hunting when wh I Iat WAIl WAIlat wasat
at Singapore S npporr there WH R4 a youn oiing MIIT MIITby fIITh f4k f4kby
by h the name of Kovrler n New S YOlk man manwho manWb manwho
who Wb oanm can nia in from an expedition uJ > up irf irfth irIIhe irtthe >
th the Malay PentiMviU alt had lirmiRht lirmiRhtIwdc hrllllhthck broightback
back th the head of Uire utadang which whichnr whimare wbiohI
nr are laid to Iw the Ih most ilanReroua Jungle Jungleanimal Junglt jungiinimaIs
I t animal in thooe boa part 1 was a told that Ihatj i i1C
j 1C you chaM one 011 he will circle In hi his track tracke lracund tracksand
e and nd come hack an and l li tie in n watt 41t for you youThe youT 1 1lb
T The head look something like lik that of a aIOlld aild
1 wild ild 01 There wan anothr American Americannamed Americannamed I Iit
it named Uham who whose tW home u 1 somewhere IOmrbtrel omewherorer
l t over In New X Jer Jariy ey who > Rot to Singapore Singaporeaft 8inaporasttr
r aft sttr tu r Fouler had corn In and when he heheard hel hebtrd
heard of the th other IIlh a exploit be went out outitadanc outtd1n
1 itadanc huntinc atul carne < rre back at t the theend theend hIend
end of til s week with flveheadu Bf fly heads He Hltold Hltoldme told toldm
l I m me that for three Ih day of hi his trip all the thefond Ih IhI haI
I fond ha had IOU a a chunk of hOI d nee neefrom rit9Imm
I t from wrJch lie I l woke > roe on > a meal a at he heit h hl1 hatf1d
l1 tf1d td it I
I Singapore l ntllpore I is nib r1lltwor er wad Mo 1011 t or 1 Inc tnecrate Ih IhITte IncI 1
i I crate seams eem m to be lv located ted in the Ih Malay MalayFederated MalayFederated Ial4rfderaIPd
Federated State wham there i ta a Rood Rooddeal RMoIdfftl gooddeal
deal of It bemit t bin > 1 4 lwaU1 > < u > ted of < > ne of lIb lIbInLtIHtln f the lb MO MOInterettlnit Icoat Icoatintreetin
Interettlnit iiereonagen ItrtIOfIA ro1lac I ni lIt t wa w the theKultan I IHullan theSultan
Sultan of Johore ol wlw I i II a a 1111 ahout alo 110111year M M3e 3MIII
3e year MIII r old and 111 a great hiioller H Ic lw lwRone I Ien lsiena
Rone ena Into me III ruMwr humn h hllMncM 4 on a alMa alMarcaI 14ajM IMR IMRKCale
KCale and h hi t wio 1 t In niaiie uik 11 SIS JUIflOI JUIflOIIn i IWllIll IWllIllin i0i i0iIn
In the IHXI tvr t t v vrs Mr Mil of If hu II tIC > planiA planiAtion rlal rlallinlla 4lItIt4tkfli5
tion IrXl I went lIt ever In I Joliore M s > v ral raltime 11I1IhflHl raltH1P
time end upon 00 n orc Naelfl ioii wa W t IIduclt < on OOdueted onducted
ducted throuah the I tac and MW w the theKOld thegold hto1tOI
gold < 1 dinner wrvice 1 and I the goM cpalra cpalraand p rr rrnd < sir sirand
and nd hwonlK onl which the sulun o vSfls n II IIhimitelf Uhlmf Iililmacif
himitelf had > ad uk ul UIII > ii ihm Ib IeIII4ft < T i < m I JIt iin iinIn IeM IeMin nom nomIn <
In from a tiier hunt and ho H ia4d id he had hadJu hadjuat 151just
Ju just t killed kill hi U nin 1I1111h ieinh nwn eater I l lwa U IIwas
wa educated in lngtand 1 and an it I wa was odd oddto nMtl
to 1 hear tear hun Hk HI KnicUnd a 11I lark larkhome rk rkhome
home He II ha haio fur oir or > r fin lv niftvr lIIIfA lIIIfAHlnltllro < wr wrHincapore r rt4lngaporc
Hincapore ha beautiful nuut r and in th thtown tfl4tow taco tacoWII
town are t twtsrn > et e < > n 0 IJ > nd 9 9while 3IItIf IIlt1IfflIthIll IIlt1IfflIthIllwhile hiJ hiJwhll >
while in the III Malav lala tam 1 M an fl flnimbar eciiial eciiialnumber
number I nai a u told > hl tl tbmt IM otinlry tu tuIKW his his11sJ
IKW 1 mike of < f nW Itni nu IIlitnulatm1 IIlitnulatm1Bomw nwlamie t r I14d4 I14d4florne < MiM MiMBornw
Bornw 5 ih lit i et i iJevfkjpel or f unr unrt 111rt avFlirt
Flirt rt of ih KIM f I f1Jttca jidie I hail II I II MKIIH MKIIHwa II d dI
t I wa told thai th on th I the lolainl every 4ry wn wnof wrtof ro roor
of minernl i IS to 0 > > e l faiinH In IIfl IIflIt > ne IlIIIn IlIIInnf wn wnof
of It th I the island I 141w re the I fim > i f rhIi > ike nr nrht8 nrhead r rhead
head ht8 hunter < u h1 < l n t funuv lun ihiiuit I UIl I IIn met metIn tactIn
In Sinuarore tilt n tIflrittI inerif nri n an n exnew exnewpaper n nfJelflPr nw nwpepar
paper man who b had IOIIt o oIte e into in taco how showhftinasA howIMHineMi h h1J4Hf
IMHineMi 1J4Hf and he 0 told me h s was wai waik al alme aiIn
k me In > c there for a carm rjllO > of if Iyak whom ihninwas hnmII h hw
w was II hnnifiK lrinK over vPr to I 1 e CIhSIJI hibt at 1 I C CInd omn omnI nnajsand
I Hnd In Miinnior l1nr II 1 Mid 1 he h hat hwiliout hatIllotit 1 1ahout
liout thirty thin IIn1 mt to J I KM th thin in he had tudflr hdflnt hadflat
flr flat t to go to Ixmdon 1nfII where 11 he got lotdlnllAl cre credential T Tdentiaiii ¬
dential from the I IofcMiMl 1j Otttw UIH UIHthen lilt liltIhM in41then
then h he had 10 II R < I Irmlon iermie ion Irelfn roin the theBritUh Ih IhBrttlh theBritish
British auihoriiCH Ii 1I1hnrii If in Nor Norh h Borneo Homcoand 1ionMoanr BorneoSort
and to agree azr Ir to repMinate Ifliltl Inn jill tOO trourTliere lroIlTlI tOOTber >
Tliere TlI are any n 1Ilmr > im > er of It f Mikan tan in inDorneo in8omtO inBorneo
Borneo I got apqiminted u Ai Ilt1 with 11 h th I the hro owe oweat nftfi oneat
i at t PontMnik Po n llnik and ni ri > a picture of him himHa hllnlis bunHe
Ha didnt speak any Kn IIIIiItS Mi fto I went wentto Wlnlto
to the th palace with lIh an interpreter inl ll1r who whoWM whowu whowas
WM a personal friend fri 1 of the Sultan HultanAVe RultanWe SultanWe
We were re iiihered lIhf into a large r room roomand rfflmI1IId roomand
and lOOn th the < Sultan appeared a with a abiff IIbll abl
biff bl cigar In hi hili mouth He wore a little littlered
1 red op like a fez a white jacket buttoned buttonedup
up to the throat and an n a brown urong urongort iron irona
1 A ort nt shin One On of hi MMM i Ie Isbrought being beinghrought Iltlnehrouaht
brought up hr h the t Dutch l hotel proprietor proprietorwith prolriftorwilh proprietorwith
with whom I Hoptml I wa told that tbntthe Iblltthe thatt
t the Kultan had d loot two or threu mm mmII POIIIall consr
r all II of whom had died d P umler myntenoiu myntenoiudrcumktance mYIrioulI mstenoiiscircurnaunts
drcumktance He haa h 115 n lot of wives witeand wiffIIod wivesandbe
and andbe od Tie Mi pected I > thut the Ih je jealousy otiiiy of ofom ofIOfIIfI ofsOfflS
I IOfIIfI om of them wa was r nwponstia tpon ponlllhl ibl for the thedaath th thdMlh thedeath
death of hi norm no when thM boy wo wobom Wfle WItSborn
e born h he took him to th the Dutchman I and andbegged andhim andI
I begged him to bring him up upnever upt
rnever 1 never tried going up into the jungle jungleItUt Jllngltr junglebut
t hut this hotel proprietor tokl me that thathe lhalhe thatbehadunregoneiiwty
r he behadunregoneiiwty had once > gone a wny up upintothetntrior upintothetntriorIn into th Ihe intenor Inlr or orIn
in a launch taking mi 111 American riffln Miking Mikingmaohlne 1lk 1ilkingmanhlne nc
1 maohlne with him him with records n by CaruMi CaruMiand C1JoOand Csrwoandmanyofthegreatsingers
and andmanyofthegreatsingers andmanyofthegreatsingerset many of the treat reat wngerit Heu II u > dto dtoact d 10 10aet
act et it going having mlt M rrennd II II off M ro the thebo II IIt thebox
bo box could not l ht een > n and an the Ih Dyak Dyakti DrakaIIIIflt DyaksIItPd
ti IIIIflt d to flock about IIH 11 bodi m t their theirccnoet Ihirnln theircSflfl
t ccnoet nln L lie told tttoni If they peeped peepedbehiod pntdlehlnd peepedbehind
behind the screen they lilt would all lie 1 taken takenrtek labnMck takenatok
rtek and the next day they Ih brought broughtboat broughtboats
boat full of fruit and lower notI to pro propitiate 11mriLiale propitlate ¬
pitiate the strange IIllRn f plrli ht whom they theyrailed Iyfilled theytslled
railed the th Hantu KurofM f Irol or Pr l irofMsin Iuroednghost irofMsingho ulflfrinaIIot
ghost t There fh rhe a art r MMIM oits iii 1 accr er word that thatone IMInne thatntIS
one hear Inlhw In I the Rut The 111 tixiivm 1 about aboutHiacapore allOIllHI aboutSingapore
Singapore HI port call aalllet ice iceirtone IYW IIU wtllhIM wtllhIMtone WIllIPI wane waneS
S tone water Tli Tbt eleelm < ar ars m mrtreet the theI hto htofIIrtfIJI
I rtreet they Mil htMii iratn iratiII rlll whuh whuhla
la hooot ho it car cnrThe carTlle
The native pUy pl r footlwll fouta 1 gr ar1 ra raand s t > i < al aland
and in Borneo < and Sumatra a > omti omtitime 1 j
I time U I flying Uit ktte a Jiwl d ecfi nwlly lIy tghtmg
duck In the air with Ih them Ttv HV hay IIHVHway IWI IWIwY a away
way of ticking bit II f ulnm to I totl th kite kiteatnng kll klltnnl hitsI
I atnng near th t Ike hue klI n IIIf Hlf aral HI > h ny Y
I they control their Unytln yUn i wlmh < itLll ere ereiaihcct re reUIWM
UIWM Lll I and about the I Ie an nt i4iai t4iape IA > M H ac 41 the ttvIcllef thekites
kites the boy hll toy f rlla play > lay wttti t in hue II nmriry
l 14 ttwnrelloii Tier 11 mari taMI4IVt5 > ir 1 1that ttte ttwI < n H Hthat >
I that two klt kitea w 11111111 will ill < iiw t tiphr < rbl Ji r iinI n n1 u thf thfIrr uy y
try to MW w the II Mn MFIIIg K of H tf lh I the flier I Iwa II Iwas
I wa wu told that f feuds nU fn ifl n Mart art in II ihm ihmway 11010Th thuta
way ta y
wayThoiie Th yrhne Thoiie Malays 114 we M tl tII tII5OI lt ri The T ran ntttain ranta1n
lain t f fa a ve I wl nn whiHi tll I made a afreni trip
from tfmgaiore lLIIICIII ingapore > H IIC arlgIIli tiK k nutter If IfI f fthree
I three 14i ee or fur C 4lr > II layS travel told mr n that thatMI thaI0Ur0 thatusi
MI OOH oocaxon on h w > had had 1 1 mutiny 11 11Marli HI HIMiarcl
r Miarcl rcJ M flhis 10111 > oit lie tI hail ar ILIJ ut mnety ulMllywu
CbiBeM wu lunea and nve Matey Ms fltt Th Cue CUtrwrre CW CWWt1fI CueI +
I wrre tin tl mutIneer mlI m fd 4 t th hy y IIfI > t him himenrnere hll hiveperiwrvwl
enrnere periwrvwl < l and an l h tbn thevht it all was H ip > 1 wIWi wi
Mm wh h n lho lb htlo lit I kwiwl of II MMJS3P5 biky Ux took knut tooksit > k kout
out their kiuvro kBl anil lInllT1rMff mmle a nut at a the I
Ounamen and nI laiigiitMrw1 chIW1I1n lifin nahl tl and andielt
lft nitil the thef t 1w rllIIIrot lw 4iIlnwt > r
f mrn 1 nvf We m n the Mup from JanuiwiHi Jaawth Janui IaJIWIIlb
wiHi Prmw T Tst Ta
j The Prince fill WM WMe u uII
II e < m MIII < t of cfths the way wayaem ay MTIM iWT + I wa wart at the I IIf1
litel If1 where the th OUT him tim th r the Unniiet Iactjrofor
hef hers or re t If Nliohama Ii khmm 1M sod nd t HW ib ibJtoteiy I the
dtraln ant aIs 1 asw I IIIV ihe and andtatIv
Jtoteiy IIV r VlWIII 1SSSkItI ewk n the dunn tnr < r I vh4 vh4II I
II sIr a t I f iinv In a > th 1 etfispe mew
I
Iroyaltie roalt and dJgnltarlea rooted along alonrIn
1 In a dlgmlfted manner to hear the Japanese JapaneseI Japanesetnd
I band tlrike up Hiawatha iliaftatbaWhile HiawathaVhilo
I While In Singapore I went too tll G Chinese Chlneei Chinesewctlthng
i wedding OtWI < ldinle at least the flnt stage of It ItTho I1M itTha
Tho daughter of Seat reck Stab ah one oneI cf cfI I II
I I the tholcadlngCUnemerthanteof leading Chlne merchant rclwta of the town townwaa toIII
I waa 11 to 0 be wed and the Invitation Ill sahi sahithat ald aldthat I1 I1IhAt
that I wa 111 was invited to attend Uonl the Ih initial initialmarriage IliitiAII ItilUalmarriage
marriage ceremony of Mr Ir and nti Mr HoIII HoIIIPecic StabPeck uJi uJiPeck
I Peck Soahe SUahalleltDth aeventh daughter dAu hiliI upon a car certain eerIlLIn carlain
lain date lat when she Ih will be attIred In her herrobe h hI herrobes
robe I rent nt with ith Cooul0 CooaulGflwral n r l Du Duboi Dubole Dubols
I bole and nd hi wife We were w hown Into Intoa IntoroolO
a room In which the bride attired In her herQuery burll1IIry herhitry
Query with aort of crown upon h her r head headand hdand headand
and any quantity of jewel upon b hr r per pero I percolt fr frlOll >
lOll o w wu a kit sitting IU ting with her mother and aLa aLaCr U Ut
i t tfln Cr n standing behind her the Ih wedding weddingpreaenta wCddinCIpreaeDta weddopresents
presents upon table near by Nobody Nobodyaid Nobodysaid
IpreaeDta aid Id a word I was told that tome sort eortof aortof sortof
of ceremony ltINmOn went on for two tOke be before before I
fore fo the bridegroom wt was Introduced 10trOOIl IK1 < to tothe tothe
the th bride brideBy brideBYlh brjdefly I
By BYlh the war when we w reached Hono Honolulu Uonohllli Honolilu ¬
lulu a lot of detective boarded th the Wp shipQite WpOne I IOn
One On of them told me m that they i114 had come comeon coweon conieon
on board to ee se that nothing happened to tothe totho toLbs
the Prince It teem 11II there U I a trot trotdeal creatd greatdad
deal d of aettaUno among the Chine over overcutting everciitUng r rClUtJnc
cutting off the queue quund and the tb Prince I Iblamed Ilam Is IsLImd
blamed lam for a decree ordering them to be becut beI berut
I rut off o The Prince It also said Id to toeltlrtinr h hI 1welivrting
I eiorting hi his Influence > against the bIndIng blndlncof blnd1 blnd1of
of woolens fe It t in China and Dd word has hasgone
1 gone out that hi his life IIf was w In danger dangeri dangerTlurn 1
Tlirre Tllfrflre are three factor of 0 American Americanonzm Amrlcanor Americanorigin
onzm or origin in that are doing dolo more to commer commerdanre commerc4aPie
danre 11 China than everything ele el Mr Mri Mrltagkind
liagkuid added and nd they the are American Americaninstitution AmeriCAn10Iitullona AmericanLnsttut1ona 1
institution You ouiII ou will te see them tide by byakin
Ida all over the far Ka East t They are the theStandard Ihel theStandard
Standard Oil Company companr the American AmericanTobacco AmericanI AmericanTobacco
Tobacco Company Com nyo ana the th Singer Sew Sewing Sewtog >
tog Machine llachl Company Companyn mpany mpanyr
n r iirtuiv irwi irovr ntr ntrSerf 11 11Ion IL4Yt
t Serf cccelso l Ion i Imui 11111 Iho smell Chaplrr of ofthe ofthe C CIht
the American foment mm league IauoITnAr LeagueIrnae
Inun V V May T 11 Because tKoaI they theyallege the theAIIII theyallege
allege In a petition to the local chapter of ofthtt 0 0Ih ofthe
the Ih Amoriiin Women IJMEUV the oleo eleotHMi oleotll olett1fl
tHMi tll If r n delegate w1s a unfairly conducted conductedtbirieen tClnduclIIlIrtfI ounductedthtreea
tbirieen ineml inemwra > ern withdraw today from fromUv fromu fromLb
Uv > MtgyA cU < The thirtevn are hmded hl dld by byMr byMrs
Mr 1111 lay II haggle who has ha been promi prominent j
nent in the leagues fUll formation hero aDd aodha aDdhat andhe
ha hat obtained many man member Mr MrHeggte MrslIejia In InlIait
Heggte 4 won w 011 a diamond prize for her ac activity activity t ¬
tivity 1411 in behalf of the league leagueThe NIue j
The Th l supporters of Mr rr A M Wilson Wilsonwho 1Iannho I Iwho
who ho i II president of the Cornell chapter chapterAV
AV that Mr JnIIltie Heggie wished to 1011 I 1st 1 thedeto thedetogMe thedlotrle the dde ddegto
gMe to the league Ita < t convention vnlon at Uni Unien UnlI Univarsity
varsity en > itr I Otv t Hi I Louis Lull and a that because beoaiueMr b becauseMrs
Mr In WiUon Wi I tlie president pldfnt was elected electeddvlozate electedtlelegte 1tte I
dvlozate 1llplt Mi l Heggie Itg ha hu taken thin thincourse IhllCl this1nurse
course Cl r The T upporter of Mrs Mrdeclare Ir WiNon WII i ideclare Idllr
declare dllr that IM tht th Upprtl election t1ton which whllh wa A held heldon hel
on May y ft I wa fairly falrl conducted and mu that thatfU Ihl IhlIlen thatfifteen I
fU Ilen fifteen teen of the IhetwMt thetwentyfourmembers twentyfour fourmtmbn member present presentvoted pnnt pnntmt presentoted
voted mt for Mrs Ir Wilson 1fln as A delegate dtlflale to the theconvention thlllIItnlol theconvention
convention conventionHere convention11cr
lIItnlol Here I i the Ih complaint tomplaln of l the thirteen thirteenrecnlntrant thlrt thirteenrecalcitrant n nIItitnnt I
recalcitrant IItitnnt member memberWe membn membnW
We W the Ih undersl inderslvd ned d desire lre to eirrens our ourbelief ourlf ourbelief
< 1 rlr
belief lf and our desire to hive he these II the prin1 prin1dpi lrni lrniellIH prin I Iciples
dpi ellIH ciples adhered a thr < to In all 11 matter mlrr sffecllni sffecllnithe lellol
the Ih wflfnte tI of the le league aele ciie We w eel that at atthe iithe t tlb
the lb election Ielon of a delegate from this Iblabapltr Iblabapltrto chapter chapterto
to the Ih national nllonllonnnl conveoliop which whih eltctloo eltctloow fIelloD fIelloDu elctIowas
w was u held May 1 t 1119 110 certain rrln riOt rllhl and andprivileges endpririlete od odIrhU
privileges IrhU nere ere tr wrongfully wrnlrU denied to th thundersigned lb the theundersIgned
undersigned undrlne member memberThe mmbn mmbnTh memberTb
The Th right referred to are First the therefuul lb lbrful therefusal
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refusal rful of the Ih president preldnt upon U request rut to toHow 10ale toallow
How ale debate dble upon upo a question quelon then Ibe before beforethe bfoe bfoeIh beforethe
the Ih chapter Ilaplr second ood the lb failure of the thepresident Ih Ihprtkhlll ittpreskitat
president 10 0 appoint pplnl nn ne teller from Crm etch etchside eachski uble
side ski le of the 114 question qllon to be b voted DIe ea both blh
tellers being Incpplnlf ippelnted from fom the Ih seme tmeside tmesideWe mt L std stdWe
We feel that th the election Ie lon of a delegate delegttBunder dtluII delegateunder
Bunder I ulo under these Ih rlrruaislances < umalInlt1 wi 111 IS Irregular Irregularnd Irululari1
i1 arid nd we cannot llnot assent nt to such 1h a proceeding plHln plHlnordlly proedinatordthgly
1 orrimclv we the uaderslgned ullIIIAe underelindnItu4re hereb herebtnnlra b lht lhtlblr >
tnnlra < lblr from m the 11 Cornell Corln chapter Clr of the thenierkn th th thuwrltan
nierkn r wotne otni a l Iesgtie agtie sakiwltbdrawiil sakiwltbdrawiilto dd wlbdWAI wlbdWAIn wttbtrawsIo
to n takeefferi I tsk I e M dcv Ia v te l tGio tGioMra io ioMr l ln
Mr K I l n > nk < uok Ktitn tma 1 I Minter lnlr Mr MrUM 4rtNae Ir Ira
UM a I M I Ie ek Mr Ir M May 11 y K J I lleggle lnl Mrs MrsV > lr lrK If
K Y 0 1 lll I lil4loek KOk eHoek Laura lur Popplewftl rppeH W WHrc r rKge 1 1Heggle
Kge iheenrrv > lt eriirv rr Bienibersi BienibersiMrs r apfants apfantsMr
IpfIInU IpfIInUn
Mrs n Miry Iar M Deflion n < O flrst lrl rat vK vKMrs yprl vtrpresdeav vtrpresdeavIre
Mrs Ir lt tiers 1 r > A Htm1 Jil Mtry I i U Helm HelmI3U 101 R Ree Ree11I
I3U 1la 11I Orooin Gro Mr r leftale 1IAI etude l Leenard nard Mrs MrsI In Inr
I r S MUIMiiab secmxl viceireld vweilresIdesit vweilresIdesit4Yofl llrk fll flliYnit l lI
iYnit I Ull nvs rH rnr Til ronovEits ronovEitsThe lln llnT
The T > rrnt nl IolVee Iolk olk Craft rf In ll 11rrlr 11rrlrlenl tlsrrtInnar tlsrrtInnartrkleflt rrllnntr rrllnntrVcrldent >
Vcrldent lenl rrfI trrestSveral rrr rrfIstl t
stl Sveral 5 erl ef of f th I the Tornnern nrlMr of Manhattan Manhattando nhllh
do 10 not like Ik Mayor vr Onynw 01 Mynea 1 order nrr M the tfce4lc uItlt the1wdit
Itlt 1wdit 4lc not n tn I arrest alI engineer f Pfltflf n t5 motarmen motarmennd or orI
liNt nd I irt tIiitt irh < r In accident Ct f aa twSS m wiihont whht a awarrant awarrant
warrant icept when I It is I apparent aJrt that thatifutMkuRnier II IIIluJ1 t4atinaneMughier
ifutMkuRnier or soeae me other felony ha hat he hetwer
I IluJ1 or
t twer fi committed < Intentionally lalA ly or n o through throughgme Ihflll
grew m negilgetsest negilgetsestCorostq > gltfref gltfrefTororter <
ll llfnr
Tororter fnr Telnberg Irl Mid hi ye yesterday yesterdayMthr terday terdayNeitKer
NeitKer I the ti Mayor Ir nor nn lie Ile Governor Governornr frl
i 4o nr ° r anyl IInoy anybody > ody except th II the I gMature 1lwrt 1lwrtIn Lgiekwrsun gMaturerun
run In < Mejat4 sfil jiMbctalauthnnty jldi < lallhty to t th thl I Ipol the theOl
l pol > olc Ol of New S lork l nk oek city ly Th 1 The law w re renuire rfI rflr reutree
I nuire lr utree th tlI tl4t t the fact fA < be I adjudicated adJUIUIt by a aMagistrate I a4aguetrate
Magistrate III or a Coroner CoronerA Co lornn r rA
I A policeman la I not I competent lfpIrnl authority authorityto authlrlr
to d d11 IetftHIne fn t ratne the blany Wf blare > attacked 1 Ilc to I Idn a adriver adriver
driver dn vr in all al case s Neither Sflhu M i he I able ableto ab
to decide de the ettent ftnt of the injure of a aperson aprn aperson
person prn It I I III trie that lht he I may IY have h the thereport tb thereport
I report of an ambulance mmJI surgeon llrc but buteven mltYfn hiltevrn
even this surgeon lurltn I 5 not infallible Infailb a aperson 8 as aspersons
person frequently die dl of Injuries and andcomplications andonrnplications
complications cmplcton fnn that tht am not apparent pl1rtolat at an the thei Ih thetime
i time of 0 the thf accident accidentI tdenl tdenlI
I If I warrant want ar are n to be I applied applf for In all allthe allth allthese
> the th these cases c there Ihf will 01 be h the tie extra lIr con confusion cn cnflon ronfusion
fusion caused CU by b defendant derond1 giving false falsenaroea t tnme falsenames
names nme and adarewe dd Me hays ha this thisi tMI thistrouble
i I trouble tublf frequently fruently with wih witneewe witneeweCoroner wln wlnCroner wttnesaesCoroner
Coroner Croner Holtihauaer 10ltlbar added addedIf add
i If I th the Mayor would eliminate lmlnall graft graftfrom gaftfrom ft ftI
from the Police Plc Department prmrnt he hi I Is making makingA mllnt mllntA
I A mistake in issuing thi this order Make Makethe Makethe lakeIhl
the Ihl policeman polcm the judge Juie a u onr to tf whether a acrime acrlm acrime
crime has h been n commuted rmmltt and you may m
lead Ir him Into temptation temptationThin LtmplAlon LtmplAlonTll
Thin Tll order make mlN the policeman polCmn job jobunenviable JobI jobunenviable
unenviable If I he h should hol make mf an arrest arreitwithout arrestwithout
I without a warrant warnt he might Inlet bn b stood Io on onthe fn fnIh onthe
the Ih carpet ca t for violating the Mayor MayorInstruction Mayorst larort
t Instruction Intruclona If I the th should hold not nt he might mightg mlth
g get t a complaint rm plint for neglect ntlle of duty
I I Following Folol Instruction lntrcln aent nt him by the theMayor Ih theMayor
Mayor a few CfW days dYI ago 1 Commissioner Commissionerj ImmlMlonr ImmlMlonrllkr
j Baker llkr yesterday ry Issued IIUt an order for forbidding forI forbidding
I bidding birln < tht th summary lmmry arrest art of driver driveror drV1
> or motormen moonn whoae who vehicle thlct accidentally accidentallyrun Itntly Itntlynl
1 run nl over Or torn 1m one unle unl they Ihr appear appearto
to he b guilty < llty of groat Iro negligence negligencean nclnc appar apparto
101 ou an lilUS ts UFK ton i on nor norIuthef nOIhl norPitches
Pitches hl Young un Mailer Aside AI antI nrl It KUI killed killedhy
hy h lalercrlr lalercrlrWitgBri lIsrrehWiLgaspialag olorrtIWnlllIaalul
WitgBri WnlllIaalul WiLgaspialag iiiiB Pa May 1 Iay llTo fTo save Mvethe MVIb savethe
the Ib life of little hUII John Ioh Meigban Itilba loday lody a afceph alog aeeplerd
eeplerd fceph > ird dog the th boy boys cwisUnt IiUlt corn oommtenflced cm cmI cornfiutlon
I flfn fiutlon mtenflced Mlnf hi h his life lfe The cink cll wa waK 118 w wplaytng
JJI playtng K I m i the tb street It and c tried klt to J oro 0 oroes oroesin
in front frot of oa ofa a motorcycle ltre Tk ndlJ doscU dog dssebed dssebedafter h l 1Ir
1 after Ir the Ih boy > oy and 1 pushed rht him hi ont o of o the Urawnv thewas
was v with wih eoeh wh Ih force Co that lht he was WI scat HHIIs scatapqewling U t thIC
s ntwlirig hIC Mefora fo tb t dog wwW t11 jump
aufcln th h moUirvyele struck It rHiKiig
i molllYe Ilrk It fI
n uc d ilststh 1 lh Th cyrlitt wa was < thrown but butjuire butII butjumped Ij
juire jumped l up II < > od o got I away awayItliiktnsltrr awayI awaytar
I
tar l Itliiktnsltrr luJltnr Ua May net 211 21 21 21A leari leariI an anI
I A jury jlr in n th I the County C nly Court COt in Brooklyn Brooklyniv Irokl Irokli firookiveyeterMr
i iv yeterMr ieniay y found fo11 Ant Antonio nt < nto MMari 111 f lii liiroliimW 1MIoh i iohqfltt44
Ioh roliimW Kr arl > et guilty of btecUmiil btecUmiilami b mll
ami I attempt at 1 eitortton Iltrk I to n having hvl writ wniten writtea I
ten I two 0 > tUH > In I Knrioo t1nrloO Can Caq < ann > detnaml detnamlHig
rIII1
Hig II Jl CI Ufes t on 11 pnm pll tI4ItI of surTermn 1t C aometiiing aometiiingHieeeduicly somethingeeeeiiInfiy Ime
Hieeeduicly im4 Ultent fileJssnt sie nt The jury wa wao wassit
o sit it 1 teirm 1 hours htn Judge Jtl Faweett awlt will willeAtMe wl willseateiseston
seateiseston eAtMe ofiMHM t Mirni nioflMuiUy nl O 3lupday 11 Ttiemax The le IX mas
hm i Haiset m iiennHy I M twenty tWe year Ten
Antonio n Cinootla of IT7 77 Cotombia
moUa 17 CAh street streetwl Mreewho
wl w who o wan waflll Indicted with h Mlsianl Mlial en tlJ th the al mma mman eam eamtMrge I
trCI tMrge n will wl be tried trl Jatrr JatrrThree lt iatrThree r rTrrI Iml
Three TrrI Ho > Mahe al Hlr Hnt Itlerce ItlercePnnrjuviqN en enPnnrJRivt
PnnrJRivt rfar Jlnt N Y May IlTheprottd IlTheprottdest I Te pmlj
est 1 man la In I Part re Jervie teeJay f I k David Du
I
Je J Jane e an I ErIe t railroad rlkd etapteye M At Atntk Atoclock K KttVKKf
ntk oclock this steriii Mn n J8 Jones prsnet4e4
I hive I wr wish ttVKKf three healthy hey Nh babies 1 f 1 ha hacc3
cc3 I his kmsy I 0 ievea Mis
1JoeeaM i lr ISyrsrs4 o
1iiNA CHINA CHNA COMING ALONG FAST1 FAST1xrinnss FAST FASTnrxo i inl
xrinnss nKio nl u iiini tD n iv 1 THK THKOf Ti Ti TiIFII I
IFII 1111 Of 1 OFThe KiHTATIO KiHTATIOThe Em1 TW
j I
The Hev n lr Frederick rtlltk drrlck llreim Ir of Tlfnlnln TlfnlnlnTrIU rltnlin I II II
I TrIU TrIa of the Pregreu Perf of That t City CityMlMlonarle 4iIyttliIonrles
MlMlonarle 1lonrIN 3lo 3lovtnient otltnt emcnt Mtrrnglh Mtrrnglhi Ilrnell I
i met n by b flour Doxrf Upturn nol rietril rietrilif lssrtI 11
I
3Jlonul Msslouaries tr > if valol various religious relclou sects sectswho ert erti
i who whl are a working workln In north rmrtl Clilna lID get along alonghsrmonHRnly alont alongharinonlously
hsrmonHRnly 11 miioli better ler Uun tUI the thevarious Iheyaroll thevariota
various yaroll sects Mo anywhere aywbfN elee elalrrlnc elseacconIng elseacconIngto according accordingto
to the Rev H Ft F Frder1e dertek < rOI Drown Urow of Tientsin Tientsinwho Tientainwho lnln lnlnwh
who wh It I at lt the Contiiiontal Cnnlltnt1 on has h way wjyto wayto
to the World Wor Sunday School hol Convention ConventionIn Cnvnlon CnvnlonIn
In Washington WahllCon Mr Brown nn1 haa t been beenliving bn bnIvl beenlivIng
living In Cbina in for twentyeight 4al1l
Ivl < flr IWotylibt year yearand yearand
I and the last time Imu lie h was Wt In this country countrywaa rllntyl rllntylI
was In IWI 11 He le M I a Fellow elow of > f the Ih lIYdl lIYdlle Itoyal Itoyall1eogrihlol Hoy a I Ilieographloal
I lieographloal le < rIII1 Society Sill I
sI I was wa presiding 11111 okier kl ker r of the Tientsin Tientsindistrict 11rnllntillric Tienteindlatriet
I district tillric of the Methodist Episcopal Elliarl Cliurch Cliurchwhen Curch Curchwhn C1urchwhen
when the lloier troubles of Ifino
tie 111 Imublll I arute aruteaid jln jlnMr wroiesaid
aid Mr Brown mw yesterday hltr and long longliefore lonihfo longbefore
before hfo the Ihl railroad rUtd coma 0111 Into tbe coun country cun cuntl counIll ¬
try tl my work a as a preucher had led me mearrnca m ml meerfoas
arrnca l rl that part of the lii country In every everydirection eYry eYrytiilon everydirection
direction I wan Wa commandeered romlnd J Into tbe tbeIntelligence tbeIntllJence theintelligence
Intelligence IntllJence department dpartmnt of the Allied AlliedForcea AICd AICdFon AlliedForces
Forces Fon which went Wlnt to the relief lrf of Pekln Peklnand Iellr Iellranrl Pekirand
and was present prnl In every rry battle blle Queen QueenVictoria Qlln Qllnlcorb QueenVictoria
Victoria lcorb gave aae me I the thl China hln hin medal mr1 with wlh the thePekln Illl IlllIkln laoPekin
Pekln commander commandergave
clasp and several Yr1 Clndll Clndllfav
gave me m letter Url1l thanking thnkln me for the aid aidI 11 11I
I gave ao In the lh famous march malh You o we wethe seethe
the scout KUI employod tmply1 wcro IN all al native nativeChristians nalhl nativeChriatans
Christians ChrlUa and it wits quite likely Iktlr that tbt a amlttlonary amllloDry amissIonary
could them letter lielterthan letterthan
mlttlonary oul < manage 011011 tltl Ille
than lr anybody nyby eto t because 101 he 11 know the thelanguage IJII tI tIlanguage
language languageTlenuin Ilnlllll Ilnlllll11nlul languageihentshi
Tlenuin 11nlul I is now the th rnot IOt progresttvo progresttvofity prOIN prOINIt >
fity nt It in I the Chine e Kmpire It U 1 then thenthat Ih IhIhu i ithat
that the great It Vlcerity C uan In Khih Sih Kai Kaili 11 kashebi
li 110 hebi t < l oSlce oac until unll he b wan 118 called Clkllo to Pekln PeklnThere I IekinTheret kln
There 1 are eight different dllert local govern government governInertia oyrn oyrnttU ¬
Inertia ttU in the I hi pUco ll In II addition to the theChinese th thCln theChinese
Chinese Cln there are lre the tl Hntuh IkUMI German GermanJapanese G Gerrntulspaneee nnl
Japanese Iaf HuMiun III Italian 111111 French tfeh and andAustrian andAuetrin ld ldulrn
Austrian ulrn all al of which hil UM t are oufMde oufMdethe ofMe ofMethe
the Chinese C11n city rly on territory tlrrilory assigned assignedto 1 1to I
to them thm There was 1 a piece f aseigiied aseigiiedto I I
10 the trnited 1011 State SIr but 111 thw Iki mverteil mverteilto r11 r11In i
to the British lrth when the Americaiu mn U de declined d dIlf1 ttlelicit
elicit Ilf1 to take 111 it I Fiach rr section IItn hat M Its Itsown I Itsown
own 01 municipal unkrl council Cllil with lh a ehalrman ehalrmanthough ellrn ellrnIho ohairmanthough j
though Iho h I believe hclel th the Coiwil lO J in II each eb case caseha Ca casehais I I
ha hl hais the tie power rf < f veto C0 There are about about2MQ abt abouteo
2MQ eo 9 J Jalne Japancee ianee and abnttt Jonr O foreigner foreignernltocether fOfCIIt11 foreignerultoether
nltocether nltolltlr ICach f c section fln resembles rtmblt a amodern amoer amodern I
modern town and 4101 thr Ih throu > and an four story Ior j
moer I I
buildings buldinJ am numerous nUII numerousThst I IHie
Hie 11 old ok hinefte hlnt city lit wa one 0 on of the thedirtiest thedirUest hl i
dirtiest rlrtHt in the Ihl tl empire r It I it I now the thecleanest Ih IhdePt Ittcleanest I I
cleanest dePt I think Ihln mr Tientsin It the only onlycity onlycity
city in the th whole wbo country In which whllh the theelectric Iherlerlt theelectric
electric rlerlt strNt ears n are operated Or41Cd by the theGovernment IIII theGovernment
Government Govmmnt They run on 01 the th site of ofthe ofIh ofthe
the Ih old my Ir wall 01 which wa torn down downby donbr townby
by the tte allied alll force forceTTw forC forcesTbs
Tbs nan an gets Itt on be ht best t In Tientsin TInllin who whocan whoII whocan
can vpeak the II most language laaCH Tientsin Tientsinwa TItIn TItInwal
wa wal the Ih storm centre nl of the th Boxer re rebellion 14 rehellion ¬
hellion bUon but missionary mliona work in all the theaffected tbeatct theaffected
affected districts ha h prospered wonder wonderfully wondrrull wonderfully ¬
atct
fully rull in the th lalt last ten I year ptpJ A One would wouldtuppoee woud woudUPPO wouldsuppose
suppose UPPO that theChfrcv thl Cbl would wold have hav been beenshy bn bnh beenshy
shy h about b lt embracing fbrt ng Christianity Chriatlanl aftur afturto alr
to 1 many may convert rnvtrl had h been n shUn ILn but butsince butanC butsince
since anC IMO 11 ltt not nt only 011 have hav the plane pi of the thefallen th thfallcn thefallen I
fallen been I filled Rllc but bt there tlel nave h hewn hewnmany
many more convert Vtl besides t The Tt out ol
side fd Chinaman Cbinaa did < Id not nl understand Intrla how howmen hw hwmtn howmen
men could tld die dl for the sake 1 of their Ibllr re religion r rllon reIigtan ¬
ligion llon and ad the II behavior behvlo of the thC native nativeChriftfian nallvelhrlain nativeChristians
Christians lhrlain at the tm time 1 of the 111 massacre massacrespread It maeeaetesfttad 1
spread 1 a ileiure re U 10 > know kn more morl about the therrlisw li Ikerelugion
rrlisw rtllkn relugion > n they ty the practised PalI practisedlp 1 1lp
lp to ti ton Inl there wa aa not n a single singlemodern Iagknaoilertt RItk
modern mo school a m a Tlenlmn TI < In eirept l < pI one onemiMMonarv on onfllteflsrv n n11nllry
miMMonarv 11nllry whool II Now th there r are 1 ldJ ldJILI1Ols SOU SOUJw
1 ILI1Ols Jw > l m il the II country CHllr of If evry y sort in ineluding I ineluding
eluding dltdill t manual lu troimng and a universityI uiv university miarsriiyMoot y yI
I Most M of tlmm Itl hum an > OWR o1 owned H bv b U rho ih flYt tavern hivernI tavernIient
I nient Altt and fingllsfa fll IM I taught In tim tl mi mijonty rn rnoriiy 1 1jly
jonty jly of them fR Th The hurtom I of ef the thelHn lh theIlHtIstse
lHn IlHtIstse i hw hu n greatly III broadened In with withrfvodtni wih wihI withr
I rfvodtni fl1 r education 11 1 However I YI Mir sirpreent Jt JtIory pre nt ntvUvmv
1 vUvmv Iory I nun hul who wh U a Mitnohu Itoll I fear ft i inot t is isnot <
not v Vsy < y progrewtvt progrewtvtn rrnrr
0 ln n great It advano aVf win e l Ir Iy y Tienl TItln TItlna Tsenldn Tsenldnwarn in inw
warn a w keft t ca every v oMiim O n uuirn den It In il th the IK pier pierHI
I i HI th the < ftrwrgth plrtath of a aby i > > mclamati letlnll letlnllIn p n nu
by > u In > n Stiili Sh hat hi three Ihr yews YI ait a l Tim T Tlteresult Timhas
result has hI been Tiilmftreitd I OPM Ur cannot cannotfompar Cnl Cnlmpal citflatrompare
fompar mpal the I I 1fl hrtinmaii o 4 f the t old 1 r rll ratac rataca gtino gtinooith
oith a llh the I tww n w i hinmiMMi 1 There n ha I hes Ixen Ixena h ha wefl wefla
a treiuefiloiis Irlto IIKT lsima > A > in I th II Ii m 111 eher itxr itxrsiiut of ofI > 1 1vwM15twr
vwM15twr I lUke I 1511 ft > sflbs n nl > Of f ih I hto htoIArnl ciU ciUn hUll hUllI1airlng <
I1airlng IArnl n large rs n hIh nttbec > itih r In IndinVrenl 1 1 iflin iflinha etitain etitainw
I w ha have I ls rfrhI ijegItstu ant 1 wa 01 Gnu Gnutbe
rlv rlvtl tbe dinVrenl tl nll naltli m I TimtiMin TimtiMiniff
01 alc aleeg iff lery 1 ry welt 1 together I r and 1 amotu amotuvanrnw
be vanrnw Tar religion U QIA 44 who w are diasg diasgvewaiseusry < i > m mmtMWinary iC
mtMWinary ir wi wirk rk r in Tientsin Tfll then 1 i inn i Ia Iano
no antaffOBMm 1If Faith Ff ha IM it own OW ill illirvt d dt dIa dIatrw
trw t He have bad 1 many nv btym lsyvewt n eimtog eimtogout f eemhaglit
out Ol lit to I ti Ps what wt work wnra wtw n p ltng i ng done kt s awl amisure awlsunt4
sure J of them Ibm have h bay return rllfl retunei tthecossi > thw < wui wuitrv al
i try 11 imprmmiil with lth tIC > > ne rIesst I and th thBWtiven I the the4wtivetiees
41 4wtivetiees BWtiven nf f tbs lh n wora nrl rn I was dur during hesurag Ir IrInl ¬
ing Inl in II a 1 small I town < 4H night rdt wh when hn n I In II IlIIii
n lIIii d I th I the JMWITP lH of f mooting fII Mr r Fair KairIjanks Fairhanka r rtl
Ijanks tl th t former VicePiyimJent Ir t
Tb T 111 p IK heasig inic of f Tienuw Ti tl M l perfect rff
I Tb T present sv system t > fli wiw institutH IDilJtt hy byiuru
Yuan Hind IHh h 1 Ki i H ha hd < l around lIul him himlltrIr a atiiimti atmtrtwr
tiiimti lltrIr r 01 r etilight Ph4hl1 enhghtenwi nnf diflah II eomo of ofwhom nfwho ofwhom
whom who had b l i wliKwtnl 1111 at Val ValChtiH rIL11 sle sleLhlme
ChtiH L11 Lhlme ar grit not 10t a loiting adoltt < foreign foreignrlotbeei rMD foreagnclothes
clothes 11 t > any gnnt extent xn 1 IIept > pt that thatmoat
1 most lnt of nflmif th them m do thw th when they thyart ar are going goingabroad cntncahrmd goingabrosad lht
abroad for onnvtnionce Onltl mk Ik either NHtherant eithersia
141 ant they rutting fulnc off the th queue to tc any anygnvtt anygreat ny nyIlt
great Ilt extent 111 Some Ime traveller tI1 do dolf dl
I
lf g the txliMHtlixul IIGHlo work worl that lhl i is hung
I done In rhino CIM by rt misAlouri > w wcent < hn 11 wr wrpent
pent nt i I is being inl dons do hy Iy Amennan mtn ml mlsioniry mill millIOry misr4onary
sioniry ocietW U Nolhmg othing make
IOry < hinl mk more morefor m morefor
for the th enlightenment Inlhhlmlt of China hll than thanI Ihln Ihln1 thantaking
taking cure 1 of the th youth of th this country
I K I I 0 Oamwell Oamwtl an n e engineer gin llnr r who during llrr
the ni siege I g of IVkin bUilt the harri Mrld Mrldamlne harricadea harricadeaainuind id idaround
around amlne the Ih American Amtricn legation puon and who whospent whtIpt whospent
spent Ipt the last It nine li ye 1 years r 1 in I tim th United tnilo
Stat l e has h now gcxm > o back to China hin and
I ta I doing doll miMiooary mIiOI work then thenj IhrtnOOKII thcrrflflOOKIS Ci an
j I ttROOKIV HOTKI lOn IIOT 1111Iln It ItViarrants 7M > r77 r77narranl
narranl aranl Issaed n en Infermallen InflI MaM ai aI4 to toi t tme toem
i ComelVem em me rem m loung loc oung Girl GirlOn < lrlt lrltI
I I On warrant Issued by Police Iolt Magis Magistrate MagistraPl ¬
trate trtf OlUilly OItly In the Manhattan lalhlln avenue avrnuepolice a avenuepolka ag nUII nUIIplt
police plt court cur Williams Wiim burg hur < on Tuesday Ttieedaywith Tu y ywih
with the approval of District
wih Ihl Ipfroyal Attorney Alom AlomJohn
John F Clarke Gui County lnunl Dotoctlvm 1tlYN Wtrtb WtrtbDiebm Wlrb WlrbOibm WiribDiehm
Diebm Mahoney and nd Ix le >
lhon1 r e yesterday ylrlly morn morning mo monlog ¬
log Inl entered cntrr the Elk Hotel lot1 at Broadway IldwlY and andHe andHw andHeweis
He Hw Heweis > wv street WIIHftmstmrg Wlimhlrtt kept by Ityt
Ilhr t RivhArd Werner and a after afl r soizing 8lzll the theregister Ih Ihr Ii Iire
register r re slez arrested 4rt 1 LewU lw Smith the 1 night nightlrk nl nightIItk < bt btk
< lrk k on the tl charge of conducting
o crl 0 Odu ln < n nI 1 iihoorderly
I disorderly rn rly house h They couldnt ruldnt find findVY Inl flniWerner
VY Werner rnf r rTV
IW TV T rT In InfCtk information forms lion nn o which whi ih I h hwere warrant warrantwe 10Ia 10IaI
we were I tsstswl MK w wss nvt nt furnished fr1 hy h May
I I Bkert 17 1 y years ar o old W vrho tho formerly lylu1 lylu1at liv lived livedat
jat at im 11 i Iniiet lniO av avenue > < iu Wllnamdiiirg Wthnjr It Itwr ItWe
1 wr We m uJf alleged tl that It t cli > h accnMwl n v < phin phinr4nthe I I
I r4nthe h 10i1 poheetnvt tolir miin of lttitar 1 > Sweofiiyt Sweofiiyttaff >
taff tl and anl h he arrwfcNl nrI her I On O Inform Informtlon Ifo Informstiit
tlon 1 she > < gave Iv two 1w o oh other h r girl pack uft untr untrI r rH
H I year Yf of 411 age K we W were > r taken ul into tRt Ne outiidy DIy DIyy u1
They y aJ also J it t I I MKl 1 ga a ti Information Informationthat IfOlk
that lht wa 1110 deemed of 0 enough ollh impnrtnnce impnrtnnceto inqtorta inqtortato Irt
to lay Iy liofnre I MH > District Dlfrt Attorney Aty AtyfI
The girls wen nt fI to in t fls H Hoo of f the >
frnml 1 Hnefiherd t1 After Smith was 41 taken takenlo t
lo cowf 6t ye weter1sy er ky ly Werner rlf ar aPPeared aPPearedenrrMd9cl > r > tal
jurul wirrewdered rlrr1 himself l I Ifs IIrr wa waI W54 It I ieo ieocharged
I charged rj1 with conducting Mnd nl a dieordtriy
house HU KoUi HHHI ptoAtfcd Iil P wId not guilty guiltyin guiltyand
in and 1 were Wt held hl In SIf SIAO 1600 bail bi each tm Julty for fo a anewrtaa
newrtaa trC next ThiinwUy ThiinwUyfop TtHI
1 fop op Mho ha Hhnt hnt and nl Klllefl niryrl 011 Thief ThiefRelnstilMl ThirCRlnUrf Thiefftetntstiil
RelnstilMl RelnstilMlPnfceefnan RlnUrf RlnUrfr ftetntstiilrian
Pnfceefnan r n R Jr Rntrt l r K r Ferrin FIm of 0 the ti theOats
0 0 Oats t avenue 1 siattnn 1U who wh w wea a WMfxteded WMfxtededafter soaawj4after
after ho shot cud killed a Hyo4e > s4fen tWef tWefMar
a ar 11 Io t
f en Mar r 3 w wse t reatmd ta t duly Vy on t Thee T Ty
d dy y after ar ManetraKi llarri t had h oxen exoni oxeniiatM
p elC
tt iiatM W kem Ispsoty Iy lo Pollee CI Cnq Cnqsiener
siener i r Walsh W asanuitood eIM r4flJ y > kat t tiVea
kere would i r B ae tl V4a1 i Ii view of U
o the iVea I ereoars 1117 4ry ud a IM M HS HSJ sq g
J
I rnEOIE OF FttlXCETOS FttlXCETOSHonorary pnCE0V UI UI100rr U UlIesuoriry
Honorary 100rr Members Itmb Letter Iln te 0 Clawnttr ClawnttrIn CaNOatN CaNOatNI I
In I a tHroptmcit Iplnt SptUlnc pe1llngI Dll DllI
PIIINCFTOV lIINrFT May II 11The The correepoml correepomlence c rreapondn
slice n < fI between Andrew CarnegIe and the thej lb lbI thelrhicetnn
PrinccUin class of 1101 when h 1M was wasI wateletted as aslldled Ii
elected an honorary member of that data datai
i hi printed In the Ih ilaitniifaJ < J TfCoH ntroMublbhed Reccr4published TfCoHpublished
published today todayTlie lo todayThe
The election ele < llon of Mr Jr Carnegie CrD4 > te < took place placeUist piaNIoat placelast
last June when Ihe lb clans I was holding boldlDIUIIflh It Itfifth Its Itsfifth
fifth year reunion and adopted at their theirreunion theirr theirrcuuniois
reunion r costume the Hlgliland garb garbBut IrhBul garbRut
But aa James Jam C Rea the th claw secretary secretarywrote aecretarwrol secretarywrote
wrote to Mr Carnegie among all the thehraw Ihehraw lii liibray
hraw tad aatembled there wa wee II not DO one onereal 0110rHI onereal
real Soot and nd U 1 was then and there de decided d dcidld diCided ¬
cided that llil hi defect < t mu must t be remedied remediedat
at once on Mr Cancel reply wa wafollow I Irollow 55follows
follow followPeriMl followsPerusal
Perusal of jour of 0 the t Ktb gar m munuiutl mnuu1 me meunusual
unusual plstture soj tbe lb arrival et r tbe tbefetocrtf tbefOlolr lb lbtotogret
fetocrtf fOlolr which I bay Just sitmlns1
Ihst b ha sdded dd tbertlo Kvsn it thn tb buss II no noborn litI Doborn
born Hoot In the lb picture tbr are IUD cunrwho IUDbo
I who bo can an well U pus for Iruebom Ud of efthat oflhal ofthat
that favored land 1111 to which Princeton Cnl Cnlverslty Cnltull Univeraity
verslty tull owe 0 to much I imaglae what whatpl IbatlMlure whatplesaurs
pl lMlure iur a not sImilar to that you 011 hut htveadilretst hutddrt haveaddreut
adilretst to m me would have given the lb father fttherof
of Princeton that good FUtsblre Soot SootJohn 11John SOOtJohn
John WltberspooD It t Is unly unl tb the cartful cartfultiuileot cartll1IUtI carefulstuilsot
tiuileot IUtI ot of imtrlcsu affair who bo know knowhow llno llnobow knowshow
how greatly rllllll the Ua Issue uo of C American Inde Indepeodeno IndDdlno idepeotlenos
peodeno Ddlno hung upon the Lb President of efPrinceton ofrrlnctn ofPrinecton
Princeton Walpol Informed tb the Uuuje Uuujeof UIIUIaC
of Commons that the lb American Colonies Coloolethad 10111ad <
had ben run away with wllbb by a Presbytirlau Presbytirlauminister PrNbUrla1lI Presbyteriaumlnhater
minister and 01 h he was not far wrong wrongIn roOIIn
I In looking ur u On > on the lb members of tb tbclssa lbd the theGlass
Glass d of 1004 I think It could be ttld 1 1 of many manywhat manTh1t manywhat
what h1t Ihe Ih Scotsman said 10110 to lb Englishman Englishmanwbn
who 1001 had ohtrgsd ohare blra with lib appropriating appropriatingeverything appropriatingeserything ppropriUIIrrrlhncr
everything ivan t tllI n claiming Shakespeare Shikespetress
ss Scotch The Th r reply ply c cm m Weel there tbereea therea
a prima ficl case ea yell 11 eUro he had In InIllMt In11It intiipt
IllMt enough So aiy 111 I In rgtrd r lrd to 0 th thlumlnom the theliflItIlflflC I
lumlnom fellows Crllo of o tVU I The Tb picture picturewill pltrUllnl picturewill
will Ullnl flnl sn honore < l place smonj smon my tress tr tresssires j jI i j jnd
sires and nd In alter 1I r years will 11I always 1 serve serveI I
I I
I to resell rt n the feature It cave u m me upon u uI erPray r rj
j rival rivalUPray rl I II
Pray convey erann to all 1 the h members nf my I Imy I IflU i
UPray I flU > my m grateful acknowledgement tail tailswur 111 111Ir I I Iaceir I
swur Ir them I will 11I do my m best to live II up upi upto
i to the Ih high rack of honorary member memberI menubertiwayc
Mwayt hlY very Y truly Inl your younI yourArDCIW
ANDRgw Ao ArDCIWTI1II1TITIlO CiRXloi CiRXloii CIt1KOILTIlI
TinnrrTwo TIlI nTlrornnTIII ronnn TORTIIlrasluatlng MINISTRY MINISTRYrairaatlng II Tltl TltlCraduaUn
rairaatlng > Etrrclstt ef the General Generalj Generalemlnar
Mrmlnar IHgreesfor ICUN for ElehtecnOther ElehtecnOtherI Eighteen Ulhtra UlhtraThlrttwo flthersThirtytwo
Thirtytwo young EpIscopal minister ministerwere ministerwere
were graduated from the th General Semi Seminary Seminuy Seminary
nary In Chelsea Square SqUlN1laLPrd4r yesterday Their TheirI Thurfriends
friends were out In force Orte to witness wltll their theiri theirIItT4dUlltlID theirgraduation
graduation flood Shepherd Chapel being belnlruled beingtilled
IItT4dUlltlID
Ailed In every e part BIshop Hall of Vet Vetmont Vermont er ermont
mont presided and was assisted II by Bishop BUhopPartridge BbhopParlrid BishopPartridge
Partridge Parlrid of Kioto Essay were read readby rfIdhy readby
by three of the student Those Th were wereThe wereThe re reThe
The Young ounc Man In the Church Today TodayWilliam Toda TodaWilliam TodsyWilliam
William U I Easex New l York ork The Th Church Churchand Clurchand Ozurchand
and the Social Problem Gordon D DHoitey DI1UflY Dllouey
Hoitey Newark and Ktllgioua Tem Temperament Tmperamlnt Toniperament ¬
perament Frank E Wilson Chicago ChicagoBUhop CblcaCOlhop QiicsgoBishop
Bishop Hall presented tbe diploma diplomaThose dlplomu1hoee diplomaThom
Those who received them were Clinton WArHOIJ WAreon W WAreson
Areson Robert Bllckenederfer Brayton BraytonByron Dra1oDBrreo UraytonByron
Byron Sydney A Cain Bernard Camp Campbell CampI Cam Cambell ¬
bell I Gerald A t Cunningham Henry HenryEdward B BKdward Bdward
Edward William Ii I tueK Ewez Maxwell MaxwellOsnter HwenOnr MaxwellGanter
Osnter John MoT Haleht Gordon D DHotsey DIIIIY Dllnvsey
Hotsey Norman Inwood Harold L 8 8John 8Johns
John William H Jurnsy JuraJr Jr Maurice 1Ia
I I Kin William F Klelnaehmldt KlelnaehmldtGeorge K ElatnachmldtGeorgo lnachmldtOtOllt
II George T Lwton < Emanuel A Lemolne LemolneRol LemollleRohrt LemoinsRobert
Rol Robert > ert a t Mariliall luill Donald Millar Henry aelllTII
< II Moor Jr Charles P Otis Edward N Nl lt Nleery
l leery art rUlward t ward U L Reed Rtfdi Guy K I ShlpPr ShlpPrFrank BluipltrFrank > r rrrk
Frank H Simmond henry Henry H H Smart KmartFrederick Hmarttritk SmartFrederick
Frederick Wammertey Carolu R W Webb WehbUJ1Itr WebbFltiUr hb hbHrwr
Hrwr O I Weld Frank C C Whcl Wheelok 1tt < llYk < xk and andFntnM andtmniC andFranic
FntnM 1 wlol1 wlol1RlhtIM Witott11an iMn iMnl
l 11an > ntn RobIn conferred th the degree of ofUicrwlor ofIIReIr ofleachelor
Uicrwlor of divinity upon eighteen men menmo menlI9t menmeet
mo meet t of them the tb graduate graduateeot of lost year yearIV ytU11Iooy yearTy
11Iooy IV y Included the th Itev Messrs 1 Kenneth KennethBray Ktnn Kennetht lh lhBra
t Bray Bra of Holy IIl Iy > Spirit Mfcvion Bronx BronxH BroDsImrl BronxPhtrt
H Imrl rt C Chandler M Iorrltolrn rri ton Simuel R RBrmckerhon1 ItIlr 8llriqwkerhnff
Brmckerhon1 Ilr fl kfrhnll Newark Herbert lrl < G I Pur PurrhurM PllrJrr PiirJsrscy
rhurM Jerwy Jrr City and IIJI I William a Watson WatsonBr Waoon1fIfI WatsonIIeklyn
Br 1fIfI 1fIfItJ > klyn klynn
n I ton runnr rim rrivvro rrivvroWlltmr P 1 V1D V1Diliiir
Wlltmr nrlght Denies Unl That He er lilt liltllrnthrr liiitrother I IIIrolhr
llrnthrr MIIITo III Tn to heat raulhtn raulhtnW rulh1nIbur
W t ilbur Wright dented at alIRt the Hotel Man Manhattan Manbatten fAnhAllan ¬
batten U last t evening lfUlI < Ihe III report port that either eitherfi
fi PM or I h hI brother Orville had planned to toflight toIhfIt toflight
flight from Dayton Ohio to I Chicago Chicagotu
tu I eice el eed a the I feat of PauttMn who flew flewfrota lIewrrom flewfrom
from IrfXHlon lof1tl R to Manchester Mr 11 Wright WrightMid Wrightealit
Mid 101 what the I Americnn public really reallywant fl8l1rwn reallywanta
want i is a Mtcctwsful lH flJl accident t and that thatdinary lhatIollry thatIhllnCry
dinary < flying 1r does no not satisfy I ry the de deir d df dosir
sir ir f fir sensation sensationWhen sensationWhen 1 1Wh
When oflll4ii1 < aecri rd why more Ift6 flying i Is b being hineIn beingIille mg mgilefv
ilefv in Europe > than In America Mr MrWrigh 31rWrilJ MrWrugh
Wrigh said saidIny K KTnenty I I1r
Tnenty of flying I ha hon l been > wn done here herernt hArllt herettit
rnt t t 11111101 beiauae > ecniu e it inot of spectacular fWlIArultucMrao fWlIArultucMraottr chnrao chnraoter
I tar it ba baa crwt created < t l little interest t My Myhroiher MTIbr Mytruiher
hroiher Ibr ht hi hits been flying In Alabama Alab lna and andthr aNtb andthere
there b have been flights in the West but butl butbetatea
l 111 betatea ia i no one baa been killed or some aomecatastrophe IIOmeIA14 somecoteetiopite
catastrophe IA14 < ollle reported It has not been a aiKveM A1ttIIWI asuicceas
iKveM The Th alleged lack of activity activityit activitylIlhit
it lIlhit this tide It more or lea I leesdue due to the men mental mtnlal mental ¬
tal attitude tl < of the people peopleGlenn 11111f peoplesienti
Glenn f < nll II Curtis who baa been giving givingaeroplane givingaeroplane < illnttarupbnll
aeroplane exhibition hlbltJOOIln in the West arrived arrivedve arrivtwlYlIOrday arrivedyesterday
ve yesterday tcrday to be present at the suit of the theWright thonltht theVright
Wright nltht company agalnit the Herring HerringCurtis UmulCurti HerringCurtis
Curtis company which come up for forhfltrine a ahearing ahearing
hearing in the Circuit Court of Appeal Appealthi AppeIhlll Appealsthis
thi Ihlll morning momlnrI
I 1IW 10fVG rolFn DROWKD DROWKDHarold DROJrIWnereid flIfOWDitsroid
Harold rathcart Utcul ef INewbojgh to lot t ta tllIIIllna a aMmttna aRiver
Mmttna River UtvrrNEWHCROH Uhni RiverNrwiicnon
i NEWHCROH N Y May U IIAoeordlnr liAccordIngto According Accordingto I IIf
to a despatch received here today tlMfaII todayharold U UHarold I
Inarold Harold Cathcart ton of John BCathoart BCathoartof B Cathcartof
of this city tit and nd a graduate of Tale Unif011I11 University Uni University ¬
versity f011I11 wa drowned In a river twelve twelvemile tlyemllte twelvemile
mile from Helena Mon on Tuesday Tuesdayafternoon Tueada Tueadaalltmoon Tuesdayafternoon
afternoon Young Cathcart wa a mem member membfr menubr
ber of an engineering lII < lnftlrlnlC corp co engaged In the theconst thelltnctlon theionstnlction
const lltnctlon ruction of a water ter plant near Helena HelenaHo
Ho It and two other men m one of them a askilled akll1 askilled
skilled boatman were ore engaged In stretch ttretcbIng stretchlog t h hInlt
log a wire ncroe a river preparatory to tonuking toJIotklnl tomaking
nuking nome sounding The wire wee waafastened weefastened
fastened to one bank oljlho ollIe river and they theywere tbtyWtre theywere
I were paying 111 < It out from a reel at the bot bottom bot10m hottorn ¬
tom of a boat while crowing the Ih river riverIn
In some manner the wire caught at t the thei tb tbI thebottom
i bottom of the river and pulled the stem sternof tmof
I of the boat Mow 1 low the surface When the theI theboat
I l boat > oat began to fill young Cathcart and hi hipomponjoni his hlltImpllnlOM hiscorapenjone
j pomponjoni Jumped cl Into the river and andtwo andIlwt and1w1
Ilwt two of them including Cathcart were weredrowned weredrowned re redmWlf
drowned l Cathcart body wa wu not re recovered reI recovered ¬
covered coveredYoung rorlYOUR I IYoung
I Young YOUR < Catliurt was a D Mlt t > li of 0 R H HCatbtttrt nCalttMrt 11Catheart
Catbtttrt a wealthy wpalth manufacturer of ofcttemicnhiofthisrity nrrlttmlefllllllflhtoritr ofchemknlsnfthie
cttemicnhiofthisrity city TMde IJHldeahi hi lPBrtnta lPBrtntaIt < parent parenthe parentshe
he H I survived by one on sister Mrs Ira Her Herrtngton Itarrington
t rtngton r n wife of ofthe the Rev Marshal lal1lhlIl1rriDIC lal1lhlIl1rriDICI Herring Herrington
I ton of l Daruvllle > V Y Yiearge Vl Yrorge
l force Keith Net III Father the In Intenter Ina 00 00mtor
enter tenterIn a mtorIn
In an Interview with wl h James Keith of oflmdon oflon ofIondon
ton lon which appeared In Tea Box on onloat onlast
I last Sunday Mr Ir Keith was mentioned mentionedI a athe u uike
the I inventor of the Keith light 1I < 1t that let itapreMlon letJireesion
preMlon 1 > I1 having haYln been gathered by the theInterviewer Ih IhiRtftVlewr theInterviewer
Interviewer in conversation with Mr
Keith Mr Keith K th write to say y that it itla ItIr1 itIf I
la If hi him eldest ton George Keith who ho hot i ithe Ithis
the t author of the Ib Invention Young olln < Mr
Keith PIth U the assistant Iatm managing c director directorof
of the company of which hw hi father U the i
head and which hfcls ID exploiting the Keith
light lightMore lighthem < ilt iltJrl I
More City It Laberet Jobs hI In Rreeklyn RreeklynPresident 13reklyiuPnafdent NtHJ1IP
President P t Steers nf Brooklyn borough horoaghMnotmeed hotftlljthI
I Mnotmeed yesterday SIenk that 47 of Ue UeboTAugh LItehorrMfltt theI
I I borough laborers who had beealaid bI41Id kW off offat olI I
I at the feegtenteg lri r of the wtaler weuM N Nrehwtatoj e ereIeeIat4ItI
rehwtatoj Mc1 at t oaee > The Hberal aptr aptrKMieM < > I
KMieM raemMy ma4 by Ue Beard ot
Rtteawtei have wWe4 Were Mr 8te n te
Man vH rlc k > variewt tmU io pre eev
pret t
Dr Drlvons DrlvonsIi Irons IronsPIRFKQT
PIRFKQT PIRFKQTTooth 1IIfIlCT 1IIfIlCTPowder
Tooth Powderrfrmffefthe Powder PowderI
I lIol rfrmffefthe lriulfIIAr4llifY lriulfIIAr4llifYESTABUSHED family familyESTABLISHED
ESTABLISHED INS IMSSOME 111ISOME INSI INSSOME
I
SOME COTTON GOTTONMEN MEN FIGHT FIGHTwo1 FGIIIwoxIT FIGffTtrovr
trovr allow TORIK nOOK UN UNurU uxLEtI v vLE13
LE13 COURTS sAY TltBY IrSI 3tUAT 3tUATratten JrlUrPaUl VfJITPatteit
PaUl U Net lIe la Tnat BeatRe aaalRIIDI It sttew sttewlag IswIitg
lag KveryUilacUuiDUeeveredTTne KveryUilacUuiDUeeveredTTneKnew BVVJthIDslu Dbtyortd m mIt
Knew It Whet flu flbermaa ltuirezassIsw I lAW AW Means MeaatAdrUed III IIIAdTlud MeansAdvised
Advised to toTeU Tell the tbeltqtnme Supreme Court CourtBorne COGrHome Courtibm
Borne ibm of tb the members of the Cotton CottonExchange CottooElohaDe CottonEtching
Exchange who were Nt tubpceoaed to toproduce toproduoe toproduce
produce books and record In the pro proceeding prooeed1nc prooedhtgs ¬
ceeding againtt James A Patten Frank FrankB
B Ilayne UD William P Brown arid other othermember otherwtmbert othermember
member of thn th alleged bull pool have havenotified bnnot havenotIfied
notified not lied agent ta of the AttorneyGenera AttorneyGenerathat A
that they will II not dioloee record of oftheir orthrlr oftheir
their transaction with th customer They Theyconsider The Theoonalder TheyConsider
consider theee th reoorda rda privileged Mr MrHayne MrMaya Ir IrJlayne
Maya and Mr Brovrn both of whom are aremember aretnembr e et
member t ew of the Cotton Exchange were wereconsidering wertOOIIaldtrinc werecoosidering
considering yesterday retaining John CJOOnrr Cpoon C CSpoooe
Spoooe JOOnrr poon formerly United State Senator Senatorfrom SenatorI Senatorfrom
from WUoontln to resist It the th Government Governmenteffort Governmentvftnrta
effort to procure the book booki booksMr
Mr Ir 1atten who ho U 1 not n member of the theexchange theI theexchange
exchange Instructed 111 bill broker to show showto howIn
to the Government agents all records recordsjof reoDNiIi
jof tf transaction tfl1uctlona with him The brokers brokersI
did towa lOttlO or three days ago On leaving leavingthe
the oQlce one of tbem turned to W J JWollman JWollman 1 1Wollman
Wollman one of the partner In the theBaohe theB1aho theBathe
Bathe firm showed him a printed priDt slip of olpaper ofJ1Itltr ofpaper
paper and Mid taidlitres MidUN saidlleroa
litres a copy of the Sherman law lawDo lawDoou lawDo
Do Doou you know what hat that meant meantIm mNLnImure mean1 mean1m
Im Imure m sure I dont replied rtpl1 Mr 11 VToUrtun VToUrtunmildly WoUmaDmildly Wotimanmildly
mildly Do you youSurely you5ul your yourSurely
Surely 5ul I do replied th thuJnt the agent warmly warmlyHere warmllIeNIt warmlylIer
Here lIeNIt It I III Its It plain aa the note on your yourface 10urrace yourface
face faceI
I 111 guess youd better take your copy to tothe tothe tothe
the United State Supreme Court re retorted reo reotort retorte ¬
torte tort Mr Wollman Theyhn They hive bad th thlaw the thelaw thelaw
law before them for year and havent haventyet haVtDtet haventyet
yet et decided what It insane rarnnIt mMbBIt
It WA reported yesterday Ltrda that the theGovernment theGonrammt theGovernment
Government has unearthed a new II con contpiraoy conaplrat conspiraoy
tpiraoy At a convention of Southern Southernspinners SouthernIn SouthernspInners
spinners In Greensboro N C the tllfport tllfportId report reportiM reportaald
iM Id Mr Patten last fall nude a contract contractwith oontnctwith contgactwith
with th the spinner lImen whereby they th thto agreed agreedto
to buy cotton n from him alone and Mr
PAttea agreed to sell II to them alone Mr MrPatten lfrPaun MrFatten
Fatten was queried by wire In regard gard to tothis tothl tothis
this report reportand and replied repliedI
I never heard of the tb Greensboro coo cooventloo ooaYII1t1ot1 conventlon I
ventloo of spinner until I read of It I In Inthe Lotho Inthe
the newspaper DtWlp lately I Inner never have havemade bTtmade havemade
made arrangements with any aD spinner to tosupply toauPPI7 tosuppLy
supply him to toths th the exclusion of any other otherIn otbereIn otbexIn
In fact factlbaveneverhadatalkwtthany factlbaveneverhadatalkwtthanyspinner I have never had a talk with any anyspinner aDrplnner
spinner but one about telling cotton and
that resulted in nothing I am yet to toba toblnformed tobe
ba Informed what I lb have f done In restraint restraintof tralnt tralntof
of trade I would have been willing at atany atanT atany
any lira and at all 1 time to sell II what whatoath whatcash hat hatcaah
oath cotton I might have to any an spInner eplnnerprovided PInnerprovtdert spInnerprovided
provided the term were w re aatisfactory M ti factorr to toboth Soboth toboth
both of us usMr utIr usMr
Mr Ir > Patten notified Assistant Attorney AttorneyMcKercber Att rtfY rtfY31cKIfbrr
McKercber yesterday that he held himself himselfready hlmaelfmad1 hImselfready
ready to appear before him or any an other othrOOYlnllntnt otherGovernment
J Government official or body l > at any ny time timeor
or place placeavEnSEVs plaltlOUln pLaceGUERXSEIc
avEnSEVs OUln 11J uvcn ix 1 DKVAXD DKVAXDSecretary nrUDMttIII nziiixnNeeTetary
Secretary MttIII ef r the Club Which n flgtstrrs flgtstrrsThem glitrrt glitrrtThem IttrIlbtm
Them Talk er the I he tlreed tlreedThe DrttdTh lJreedThe
The annual meeting of Ihe American AmericanGuernsey AmnlcanOIlI1UItY AmericanGuernsey
Guernsey Cattle Club wa held bkeaterd4 bkeaterd4lilt yesterday yesterdayat
lilt at the Ih Hotel Hol 1 Imperial William H Cild Cildwell Ctldwtll Caldwell
well the thlltoeert secretary > tary of the club who live liveat IIvfllat
at Peterboro N H where whrere are the head headquarter hNdquarters beadquarter ¬
quarter of the Ih club cJuhlltIId and where h Its I official officialorgan omclaltlrltan officialorgan
organ Ihe Gu lutrnrey vernse Breeders Journal JournalI
I hI published Mkl MklThere MklThere saidThere
There Ire 394 active member of the theAmenean thllmtnean theAmerlean
Amenean Guernsey OtJllm Cattle Club and there therenre
are 1 In attendance about mventyfive YtntftTe of ofthem ofIhrm ofthem
them coming Ceml IC from all port of the coun country rollnIry country ¬
try James M 1 Codrean of 0 Brookline BrookllneMat
Mat It I the president and nd among the themembers thememn themember
members are aueh well known men aa asPlerpont J JPierpont JritftIOnt
Pierpont Morgan Gaga R Tarbell > II Robert RobertScovllle RobertI
I Scovllle H A C Taylor Levi Lrr11 P Morton MortonMoeet 1I0rtAJnf
Moeet f Taylor Percy Pyne J A Haakell Haakelli hiaskellDean
i i I Dean Ruttellof Columbia and V Everit EveritMacy Eyeritlal1 EverltHacy
Macy The Theobjectoftheclubletoregiater Theobjectoftheclubletoregiaterthe object of the club It I to register registerthe later laterIhe
the guernsey In the United State and andCanada andI andCanada
I Canada and to improve breeding There Themi
i is more natural 011 tural color In the milk cream creamand ClNmInd creamand
and butter of guernsey cattle attttr1ban than In those thoseof
Ind of any an other breed and from their milk milkcream milkcream milkcream
cream and nd butter are made at lea cost costor 08tor coator
or with greater return from Ihs amount amountinvested amountInvtrd amountInvested
invested investedSixteen InvtrdSI1Itten Investedlxteen
Sixteen year Iara ago CO th the club had a
business representing only onl MOOO OOO a year yearLast 1earLaat yearLast
Last year It amounted to 121000 121 21 000 and andthis andthl andthis
this year It will total IMOCO Thi rep represent repnt4t sepresents
resent nt4t fee collected for entries ntrl tog ¬
istering Ac o of II S3 3 and 110 110The IUThe 10 10Th
The Th American Guernsey Club ante ¬
date any ny similar organization on the theother theother theother
other tide having been founded found In IA71
but the importation of guernsey cattle cattleto
to thi title country goes 1 1 back a as far as a aThen as7hru 1MJ 1MJo
Then there i Ii a gap p to the theeo o Da Daoriginal Th ThInto Thonclnal The Theorigtnal
original guernsey Imported Import Into Intocountry this thiir thlcountry thiscountry
country came to New e Hampshire Hampshirewa ir Th Thcaptain The Thee Thecaptain
captain e paJn of a tailing lUnr vessel brought over overa
a pair of them and gave them to hi his
brotherwbo brother who was a farmer In New N Ramp Haiapthire RampshIre
shIre They Iller were N bred In a quiet qnJ war warbut 1
but th the strain wa kept Intact and la the theso the110I
so 110I U wa wu found that a complete oompl record recordof
of them bad been kept and they were wereadmitted wereadmitted re readmitted
admitted to registry ro lrr
In IM M2 Mr Codman president pr pre ldnt of th thclub the theclub theclub
club started the Importation of 0 a herd herdand herdand herdand
and other gentlemen In the country have
followed suit Th club I Ia not In the thecattle tbecattle thecattle
cattle butlneM buthl It imply take car of 0 0tbe
th the record There 1 Ia the register work
I for guarding the purity of the breed the tbaadvanced thoadYlIoI1ofd theadvanced
advanced register for which a roll of
honor It kept of cow co exceeding the r rqulremenu Nt NtquirtmeDt4t iiqulrernents
qulremenu and nd there tt I the publicity publlcllwork
work workThere
There I II one cow 00 Dolly J lly Dimple that
ha hu made a year record ord of 1S4M 1t4 pound poundof poundsof
of milk and nd there are two owe 0 that have haveproduced hafproduofd haveproduced
produced practically 1000 pound of
butter each In one year In f the I advanced advancedregUter adYlnltldfeltSler advancedregister
register are I06T cow co that averaged
lvn pound poun of 0 milk a year f and I a3 M pounds poundsof
of butter fat which i Ia the equivalent of ofiTJ
iTJ 41 pound of butter bUlterUnll
Unlled Unll State Government ratings
give guernsey Ul the higheat hi aeet valuation of
any breeds Within thID the year cow 00 have
been sold at t public auction for 11200
TT The > e > average price for a guernsey curm cow U I
about 1200 I 300 whereas an ordinary ordlnai1 good
cow brings only onl from MO 511 to HO HOTrain 100aIM leoiTaid
Train aIM TrIes Brooklyn Mrcmtn MrcmtnFlro IlremenFire lnm
Fire Commissioner Waldo W do presided presidedywterday preeidejyseterdaj I
ywterday at tb the trials tria of delinquent dllI delinquentmen qUCIIIL fire firemen nrmfll1
men In Brooklyn William A Oorraan Oorraanto
111I architectural drau dranhtsman taman who
1laadtd guilty to I bitoijoatlan tost uloa while with on
dut1J auty1 was dlsaiJlMed from the department
and mN 11 lIa1me or bela Compan CompanI Coeatpanj Coeatpanjvtit
III wa fIoed vLten ten day pay payestebtr pa for allMtloe abeeri abeeriMOnTCLAII
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excellence and general superiority of Smith SmithGray SmithGray SmithGray
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inated is the sole purpose of this special pric pricing pricing I Iing
ing In the long run the best is always the thelowest thelowest I Ilowest
lowest in coat and this applies with particular particularforce
force in the consideration of Smith Gray Graygarments Graygarments Graygarments
garments garmentsSmith 5 5Smith
Smith Gray clothes are the very best bestreadyforservice bestreadyCorservice bestreadyforscrvice
readyforservice clothes that can be pro produced produced produccd
duced embodying as they and they alone do dothe dothe dothe
the cumulative tailoring knowledge of 65 65years 65years 65years
years which is evidenced in every garment garmentand
and which results in a degree of perfection perfectionthat
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Smith Gray clothes have always been the thevery thevery thevery
very best readyforservice clothes Smith SmithGray SmithGray SmithGray
Gray Co were the pioneer tailors of good goodclothes goodclothes goodclothes
clothes and the evolution of the industry has hasbeen hasbcen hasbeen
been coincidental with the development of ofSmith ofSmith ofSmith
Smith Gray Co CoSmith CoSmith CoSmith
Smith Gray clothes are the very best bestreadyforservice bestreadyforservice bestreadyforservice
readyforservice clothes becauso they have havethe havethe havethe
the advantage of being designed cut and andtailored andtailored andtailored
tailored under continuous personal direct directsupervision directsupervision directsupervision
supervision in a unified plant and in conse consequence consequence consequence ¬
quence there is imparted to the finished gar garment garment garment ¬
ment that individuality and distinctiveness distinctivenesswhich
which so readily distinguish really fine clothes clothesfrom clothesfrom clothesfrom
from the other kind kindWe kindWe kindWe
We know that these Smith Gray gar garments garments garments
ments were die best at 20 and 2250 and we wewant wewantou wewant
want wantou you to know knowwe mowwe we want your judgment judgmentpassed judgmcf1tpasse judgmeitpassed
passed passe upon them knowing that it will make makeof e eof
of you a permanent Smith Gray patron and andsovvc andso andso
sovvc so we make this special offer 20 and 2250 22150Suits 2250Subs 2250Suhs
Suits and Spring Coats 1550 There is every
kind of fabric and every kind of model modelthat modelthat modelthat
that is good style and taste for men and andyoung andyoung apdyoung
young men menMotor menMotor menMotor
Motor clothes for owners and chauffeurs
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Bchurmtn of Cornell University baa haajoined baaJollied basJoined
joined tb the rank of the th quiet Sunday Sundayobserver BandaoblOtYera Sundayobservers
observer by laming a signed ttatemeot ttatemeotprotesting ltalenItprotfclII atatententprotesting
protesting against Sunday Sund baseball by bystudent bytudD bystudent
student and urging a day d r of spiritual spiritualrest plrltualfIIIt
rest Tb statement follows followsIt folio folioIt
It U I reported that some students Ioor 1 lony lonya IO T Ta
a few I think have ben playing ylo hall on onSunday oaSUDda onSunday
Sunday on private ground or even the therounds Ih IharmuartJ thegrewurta
rounds of Ih the unlvirsHy A Sunday 5acMdar Is Isa is1 is1a
a day dedicated to rest and 1Id to moral and andspiritual andplrltual andspirItual
spiritual improvement I 1 earnestly appeal appealto
to the Ih atudsntt lo discontinue 8ynd BYr BYrport Syndayspans y ysport
sport sportApart spansApart portAPArt
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coraraunky tad Injure the good eod tunic of ofthe elCIbe ofthe
the university And I feel fHII lint I sm not nottsking lIotkill notasking
asking kill a lara measure of self duiial from fromthe rromIlle fromthe
the student tude IA who are N free to en engage rice In Inports Inporta In1 In1sparta
ports and rearoiiloB on the other sIx itida sIx4s 11 11da
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of raM left here today toda for Berkeley On Onwhera r rhere s swhere
here at the celebration of the flftHH flftHHanniversary ftftttllI1Ilveraary ftfti ftftianniversary
anniversary of the founding of the th Cm Cmvrtty UatvtT8lty UMYeraity
vrtty of California h he I to deliver II IIaddl1M 1 1address a aaddre4
address on An Educated Demooracy
On the night of May lIa le 8 Pn President id at HaaX1 HaaX1will HadIIwill
will 11 b tit entertained nlert4ln 11t < by the Yale A Ajn AjnANOclaUon AErAsioclation mJ mJAssociation
Association of Han > Francisco on May Ma J Jhe Jh 3he
he h will 1 address the Yale Alumni Iumollion A Ation Atlon < ° >
lion of iKMtthe southern > rn CalifomU at Lo Anje Anjei tnJnd n ni
i and nd on May IAy211 78 2 he will wllladdrrse addrr th th4 thei theition lo lotnm t ttk
tnm rf We Western tem Yale lube at IV OforHu DerHunyadi f fJanosJ
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