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I Mt Des Dtifaltk to t to TUB a 80 80trriT liaryrr1I ovaMrttr
yrr1I trriT Nay a 2 The The Spanish Govern Governi G Yf1I1 Yf1I1t
M t > i s t tnided < Ilt It U I Mid to demand demandh a atIffh
tIffh Why h > n rv into the cause of th the Mho Malmttio lfatneI lfatnedIfU MhodMe
I dIfU rite wreck of the battleship battleships
15 raw r 1 1Ibt tthe
the rr eI 1 prominent Spanish naval ex exhi exrrrtl I Irort
rort hi h > already prepared oUboratt oUborattholding laboraterprlc
rprlc 1 holding 1I01 < In6 their version of the thet
C l > t iio 11 disaster namely pontane iponlaneMPI
MPI e rmti unDmiinnin tkon in the Ih powder magazine magazineAAtnlxmox magaslnettumxinox IMplneHISI1tO
ttumxinox HISI1tO May 32 2280 80 far as couldMasrtatneil could couldtt
Masrtatneil tt a > ivrtln rtln1 l hero tonight the 8lat 8lattiun 81atepint
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pint 01 merit has had no Intimation from fromi
J i It Ie > e v im nIb h Government that It Intend tatendiii
I
I ii rr r stir iv now D W Investigation Into the thflT tbltllUOtII thers
llUOtII rs w + + T r t hi h > blowing up of the battleship battleshipn
i I > n the event of the wreck being beinghtlc beln beln11I1f beingrast
11I1f rast I While htlc officers omc ri of the State Doe Do Dojap
e jap I r r r i Hoi 1lIno lino to discuss the attitude attituder
r F nued t mr 1 Stain If such a requect U Ur isr
r r sir J v l > known that both the tb State and andl andBaer
Baer 4 T ilriMrtment will probably oppose opposet
t would IIJ formal investigation ot the thsOC thoII
OC lent lentsecs tolltnly 1111Niirtly
Niirtly secs nly alter the Ih Maine wa 11 blown up upa upa
a natal court ot inquiry mode a com comr cornIr
Ir r rtn r tensve 61ve ve study of the accident and andif
if It e t IoIt1 > le el I that the Maine was destroyed destroyedl
I v tan in n external explosion Officers of the thestale thor thePrate
stale r 0 and fiery ny departments lx IlflIOYe IlflIOYeIt > lleve llevei
Lost i It at the Invalidation n wan complete and andconvincing andInvinln andmnvinring
convincing and they III do not think a sec second 1410on1 seennd ¬
ond Inquiry sill 111 throw additional light lighton
on thesulijeot thesulijeotTl tho auhJ t tTho
Tl The > actual work ork of railing the Maine Mainehowever Ialnlt
t however 1 ever will ill probtbly not l he O > begun begununtil bfOgununlil begununtil
until Congress makes an additional ap uprrpriaUon appropriation aprrpriatJon ¬
propriation for tin purpoa Several Severalago onraldi1t SeveralLye
di1t < Lye > ago a bill Introduced by Repre Reprentative lAoprent1t1ve Itpree
e ntative Suiter of New S York who for fortrany lorluny fortrany
trany years has advocated the raising raisingr
pr r tin wreck wreckf of the Maine 3 was pawed pawedi
i Iv > v Congress and signed by President PresidentT
T tfr if f Originally the bill provided two twoi srorlr
> ea i for the work but this was 11 cut down downti down1r1000
ti JIMOOO by the IIous lIo Appropriation Appropriationi
i > mrnltti mrnlUIII mmitteeIn < 0 0In
l
In nrt official communication on to Con ConCi ConFrresvemldaysago on onJr
Frresvemldaysago Ci ef several raldayo days ago BrigGen William WilliamUr WilliAmkI1 Williamlktrsbtl
kI1 Ur hall Chief of Engineers of the thevroy thermy theIrmy
vroy rmy who b Instructed by the measure measurei mMllreI1ee
i t iMii iwgervae ervlM < the work of raising the thewreck theffk theRteekk
wreck pnfcikd out ouUhat that the approprlaUon appropriationor
or UHioo FI 1010 N a wits WA inadequate 1aAl1t J te Even the theprriintiBiiry ther1l theprrhmlanry
prriintiBiiry r1l nllWlry work he Mid could not be beti bermlltobfflwithln
ti rmlltobfflwithln mmplikhed within this sum sumIt umII
It i is not believed th that t Congress Con will willream will1In BrillrgLn
ream take up the question qUfll on at the present presentn p nt I
I n In the meantime the State Do Doinmt De DefOfllt Pt Ptruhrnt
ruhrnt inmt h hu begun negotiations with withif
if cue i in Government for permlMion permlMiont
t r raio rl the I h wreck from Havana 111 VaM harbor harborft
Ii ft wreck has caused the formation formationi
c r < c i AT r In the harbor and the Cuban Oov Oovmenl 00rmfflt hovr
r menl is I anxiou to have It removed removedi
i r this reason Negotiations SI ollaliona with Cuba Cubai Cubitpurely
1e i purely perfunctory and it js expected expectedit
I it th tke necessary n permission will iII be beranted beranted beI
I ranted rantedHen rantedfwn rantedten
Hen Marfhall ha estimated that it itwill Itwll itwill
will coot t at leant 500000 300 to remove moTe the theruin th thrum theruin
ruin of the battleship He plans plAfUII plat to tonMruct tonstreet
< nMruct I Jet cofferdam around the th wreck wreckm wreckmp
m IDI > it out rernovn moVA the th remains of the theii
ii f m Mill contained Ontllln in Ihn th + hulk and andmln andrulne andL
L mln the th hull to owes what hat would I Ivary IIf IIfary hee
e vary ary in the way y of patching thln to make makeJ
J st t On Marshall believes 1IvN that the thef
I < f Urn cofferdam ah alone no will be morn mornSfmnMi mOIll111101I moreI
111101I i iI
I SfmnMi r1nnl nh h Government and Spanish SpanishlHTt Spanishexisene i iIn
exisene lHTt have always alwaysdeeply deeply dtCplyj re reI reI
I I the th imputation that they Ihrywlre were In Iny Inwy
1 wy iy y iiivi I khvolvelInthehinedheaskr khvolvelInthehinedheaskrV VIlved lved In thn Jlalno diiuster diiusterv
v ont nl1ed < lt > < l that the Maine was wasr wuhy wasvwl
r vwl < l by an explosion e IIOIk > n In her forward forwardi
I I et i 1 which was probably due duoj4 to tot toue
j4 t mmlHwtion The Maine Mainer
r viurr mid there was no Indl Indli IndlOOUIlO
< i t mv r muse for an internal ci elI
I I
1 IK 1 American naval officers officersr o or I
r i I ere re not convinced COIlyln d by the thei
i I vi e unlit In of inquiry and who whoirHi whorr ho
irHi 111 rr lr t stirs Iro belief that the thoaji theUiul
aji Uiul i 1 111 iaai sae i gW1t tm were correct corrvctI
t I aae I aseel I I Congrem Congres appropriat appropriatnnin pproprlatz
z nnin sue If e fr rawing the wreck of the thni therh1
rh1 i h shun liU now resting on the thni tb tbI theIltm
i i H Iltm u m harbor and for Interring Interringin In rrlnc rrlncI
I in fIlh th than hulk in the National Nationalit
v it t rlingtnn Va The billb bill billht
b 111 ht Ihll the IJI two tall masts ftWI of ofI otnlln
w > I unfit lie I brought to the United Unitedir
ir l mrtsl mrt 11 d In the Arlington Cm Cmr ern
1 r q > Unties Ii of the th buried sailor sailorMir sailorsl UOJ1l UOJ1lIn
Mir l m command CaptCharles CaptCharlesMO of
iC ges > I MO AA hlu blown > in up In Havana Havanai
r i th ties evening of FebruaryIS FebruaryISrii IS ISt
rii hut t tn re n there Ihfl for three week weekti
ti sent t there on a friendly friendlya
w was < a moored in a berth assigned asulgnHii
< ii 1 authorities at Havana HavanaIMAM
IMAM a1 41 iiMxl it d buoy huoyln in the harbor harbornot
not I bn nfn previously occupied occupiedWM
WM sessp I for many years The Thellavarw Th ThIIIIYA Thefiavana
llavarw IIIIYA resented the pies presAmerkn p plfHrk piestmerkan
Amerkn lfHrk man ItI4nowar o > war and andittered andt andattend
attend t rfd against the ship shipW shipwhlln
MLrk W
I I k whit the th majority of ofn
n asbep M p a doubj explosion explosionw
t want w 11 nl directly under their theiroih theirh
oih 1 h rnt nt the ship In two twoJ
J to rink almost instantly instantlyn instantlynilmeat C4Dtly C4DtlynJJo
< n nJJo nilmeat > l nv l4nl Bt of vn souls two twoi t tIlIfn
i ec men were killed by the ther
r Irnd ir > wnd and anrhlKtywere sixty were taken
1
1 wo ti m n reports by the offlcers ofilcerulsratnre offlcersit omcpraprillllr
j
it Mture prillllr > of the vessel I was wnsjlook WIUIoJlfk wasInck
look and th the condition of ofstorage oferr I IAr
Ar err storage oempartmmts oempartmmtsnh oempartmmINt
nh t h that the hy hnlOlhl > othel OIl of l le
e M Ion i on was II absurd abciirdri >
ri I government proponed u un MIoIAtfJ ai
i IoIAtfJ f < n > into the eause of Inn Innthe thtth theroe
the h flttnmmflflt toverom nt at WaahI Wash1t WaahipsrrgOehfo0
1 hili f9fMIItf9n and I al alI yr yrt
I t t beard of inquiry Ifttt1 ry to ta taT ItaI
I N 11 wee eoprvl eoprvlT JIII JIIII
I T Sampson Capt CaptFarter CaptI
I I Mil k Li Lieuknaat lcm lcmPH1er Cemt
t Porter and Ueu UeuIthe LievA IJettAdelph
A 3iarizc NeriJ NeriJtMwteetc
c Ithe Ithein tMwteetc aM aMMM sadl
l MM MMrt ward wardK1k0
in rt K1k0 sf W
forward keel keel blown through t the > e body 01 01Ibf ofthe
the ship And protruding Above the deck dcclS9 dckH
S9 8 feet In I Invertlmldistancefront vertloxl rUmllllatAnce dlsUnce from Its Itsoriginal Itsoriginalposition orlglM orlglMposition nrl IMI IMIroaltlon
position Underneath lTnd mth the arch was i a
hole In the mud 11 feet in ilKmeter and andfe 7 7IHt tfeet
fe feet t deep The outside oul lde bottom pUUiif pUUiifWAS plaUulwu
WAS doubled doubl luck upon Itself ItselfThe IbIIlrThe ItselfThe
The conclusions of the court of Inquiry Inqulrjw Inl1ulfJwere
w were re that the few of the Maine was not noitn notIn notin
In any respect due d e to fault or nogllgenci nogllgencion
on the part of any officers or crew thai thaithe Ihattho thatthe
the ship was destroyed by the explosion exploslorof
of a submarine mine underneath undm ath the nor norside port portldt portside
side which mused the tb partial explosion exploslorof
of two of the forward magazine and amithat andthat andthat
that no evidence had been n obtainable obtalnnbkfixing oblalnAhlefblna obtainableaxing
fixing the responsibility ponelbillt upon any person personor
or persons personsThe 111IOfIThe personsThe
The Spanish Government subsequently subsequentlynudnan eulwquentlymadean ulallfntlyIllAdan
nudnan Independent Indfpt > ndmt Investigation which whichresulted whlhlNullld whichresulted
resulted In conclusions attributing th thcatastrophe the theaalutrophe themtaatrophe
catastrophe to an internal explosion In Inthe Inthe inthe
the forward store rooms the th these store storerooms storerooms 1010rooma
rooms containing other explosive than thanpower llannpor thanpower
power and shells of various kinds am ambeing and andbelnlC andbeing
being surrounded on the starboard side sideby sideby Id Idby
by coal bunkers which expiation thorn thornwho thosewho e ewho
who witnessed It agreed in n saying yInR was wasdue 111Idue wasdue
due to toe a purely pUrPIaecldntal accidental ruseRespect cause causeRespect aaWlftlfoIIJI8t
Respect for the extraterritoriality extraterritorialityof
of a foreign manowar man owar prevented the tha8panl the811111sh theSpanish
Spanish h commission it reported from fromascertaining fromascertaining I
ascertaining by Inspection the origin ol olthe 01the ofthe
the disaster but when It should become becomepomlble fOnmeIbl becomepassible
pomlble Ibl to float the vtwuel I an examination examinationof
of the hull both outside and inside It Itheld Ithflld Itheld
held would Justify Ju tlry tho correctnenn of ofthe 01the ofthe
the report reportHat reportTO port portTO
TO CIrtn nuIIXOFn nuIIXOFnUut
Hat Rrpert of Committee slay ar Xot De DeMade Destade lieAtade
Made at This Nesln NeslnWABIIIXOTOX HhallllWunLOf01QX NealenWAaULYOTON
WABIIIXOTOX May M nAt At a meeting meetingof
of the Ballkuger BilllngtrPinchot iinchot Investigating Investigatingcommittee InVNtllllllinacommittee Investigatingcommittee
committee to be held this week a decision deci declaloo decision ¬
sion will be reached aa to whether a n nport nport m mport
port shall b be mode to the Senate and antllhe antllhe1I0000at the theHouse thelouse
House 1I0000at at this session on of Congress onltlllN Therelure There Therehave ThrobaYO
have been reports porta that the committee committeehad
had decided to postpone making a reportuntil report reportuntil ffIpnnunUI
until the lit next nil It session of Congress oog but butthis LutthIa butthis
this remains to ba 1 decided decidedArgument dtocldedAllllment deckledArgument
Argument in the case will he b e hegunbe hegunbefore ho heguntxefore lInhI lInhIfore
fore the committee on Thursday no next nOltand nextand it itand
and concluded on Friday Fritl4 The attorneys attorneysfor attomllor
for the two sides will then Ih have flfteen flfteendays nllDdAya flfteendays
days In which to file briefs The 11 commit committee ¬
tee expert el to have the complete > tn MIll casnIwfors MIllIIfIore ogeebefore
before It by June U Tho record MOniln In tho thocase IheCQtIO th thosse
case to voluminous embracing approxi approximately approllIna approximately ¬
mately Ina ly 11000 J printed prinl pages pugnaAs J1ItItMoA pagesAs
As A far aa con be learned them Is no nodisposition nodillpoelUon nodisposition
disposition on tho part of the majority majorityto
to postpones a report until after all lOr trm + fall fallelections lallekoctlona tailelections
elections The report has been discounted discountedaa
aa it is pretty generally known that the themajority Ihtmajority themajority
majority will hold that no evidence leas liasbeen liaaubmltUod leasbeen
been submitted that in any way yltavoltt yltavoltttbe involve involvethe Involvesthe
the integrity In lrrity of Secretary liilfoiger or orany orany orany
any other official of the Interior Depart Department OfIpanment Departmeat ¬
ment This aport report I III expected to be criti cri11cal critical ¬
cal of OlrTord Plnchot and those t tdaltd a aesu aesuelated o odated >
dated with him in the prosecution prosecutionThe 11 tJOfI tJOfIThe
The minority report it is believed will willcriticise willnitJdee willcriticise
criticise the ItolUngnr side of the onotroyrsy onntro onntroverey onntrony
verey ny It U the understanding that Rep Itepresentatlve nfpINMtatJY8 RepreseoaUy
resentatlve Madison lr dlaon of Kansas a Repub1k R RpubUcaa Re RepubUcac
pubUcaa pub1k c will prepare a report of his own ownAH ownAnth ownAB
AH Anth these reports JlfI fU It Is beUeved will clear clearMr clelrIr clearMr
Mr Ir UaUinger of any IIywroogdoiflg IIywroogdoiflgt wrongdoing
4 RATTLE IV WO I WHKiT WHKiTLlrhslern UIIIITIItMtlm IIR1 IT ITtlebstem
Llrhslern has Illg Fleet Ilt Mining Mo In > Ui Ine to l Ut UtlIur DrIher > r rIhrr
Ihrr Grain bold Id t to natrrman natrrmanCuicioo tiatermanCutcoo alnmanCUlt
Cuicioo CUlt 100 May 14 23 Mernorh of the thedays 11Mct1 thedays
days when the late I I n Armour haci hacilIt wui wuifleet a afleet
fleet of r steam freighters rf1i htn breaking the t leo leoin I IIII leein
in Lake Superior to bring bringwheat S SwhPat nlhem nlhemwheat
wheat from Duluth to Chkngo to toJoseph crush ortMbJOHph crushJoseph
Joseph Leiter In his hi attempt to tothe corner ounltrthe cornerthe
the grain have been > een recalled I < l in the Mast bulfew I4atI Mastfew
few I days to old timer on the III hoard of ofTrade ofTrade ofTrade
Trade by the battle tieiwcen IIWI Theowiue TheowiueN Theu IlIeoIn l re reH
n Waterman the Albany N Y rattler rntlkrand mll rattlerand < r rand
and i J Motwtem the riiiragu dealer iWIerwho 11100who dealerwho
who has sold short a long linn Ii of May Maywheat Maywheat y ywhI
wheat all of which hat liven bought by byMr lIy3Jr byMr
Mr Waterman WatermanIn
In the hut t two weeks Mr 3 lr Itrtmtems Itrtmtemswheat 1kIWIlpmwhCt Lfehatemswheat
wheat cargoes have formed ui aliwMt aliwMtcontinuous alnrsscontinuous
continuous line between Diikith an anPhieago and andChicago 111 111fhlOllro
Chicago If there thl were 111 any ice to break breakbis breakhis
his boats probably would Iw I breaking Itas it itan IIhe
an he has only nine days more m ro In kWh wWehto kWhto
to deliver on his hi contracts conlruc a settlement settlementbring II4UleffMfltI settlementbeing
bring I inlr required ulrld before II 115 Tuesday after afternoon alrnnon afternoon ¬
noon May II IIWhile I IU II
I While U Mr Ir Waterman Insists IMI hn will beattic be beabln heahl
attic to handle and pay for all n the th wheat wheathe whmtha
ha has lxiiRht which I Is estimated lhna 1 at atnot Itnot atnot
not lees 1 than Snooorr bushels grain rln mm mmbelieve 111m1I8Ye mntmbelieve
believe 1I8Ye both he and Mr Ir Mehntern Ik > lillm to togather tnIhtr together
gather Ihtr with a hunt of smaller trtulwrii trtulwriistand Ird IrdIIhnd lreulsrsstand
stand to lose I big sums unless un they effect effecta
a private Iri va t settlement pottlmiptitMr IIftllII t tMr
Mr Uch IJchMtrn tern I III forced lo 1 to pay p 1 > y high highprices hllthprlCftl highprices
prices for the choicest chol I wheat 11 norm normother nl noneother lIO lIOothrr >
other Is d llverablo under the tli contract contractand onntnlcand contactand
and be mutt apply all the th purchases ee to tothe Cothe tothe
the tales M ho has previously mad < at atvarying atarylnlC atvarying
varying prfc prl prices most of them lower than thanthe lhanthe thanthe
the present nominal May figure figureWhen figureWhen 1JffI 1JffIWhm
When Mr Waterman gets 1 the wheat wheathn whfftlbe wheathe
hn will 11 have to merchandise it irfecerneAl irfecerneAlto
to millers and will naturally come into intocompetition Int Intoom Intocompetition
oom competition Utlon with new crop wheat sow sowafter 11010altn orafter
after final deliveries nf made madeThe madeThe madeThe
The Albany AIIJll Y man con do d > nothing but buttwoit hutalt butawait
alt the ouctomn oucto of the th deal Any Anyattempt Anyat Anyattempt
at attempt to boost prices pnl of May lay delivery deliveryblgh d deliveryblghcr llvpry llvpryhllhu
hllhu blgh < r while it would farce Mr Ir I Jen llehIlem IJchstem Jenitem
item 10 o put up more margin undoubtedly undoubtedlywould
would make the market a target targ t for forsvery lorevery forevery
every owner of wheat In the tll country countrythe
the thing thin that broke the Ih Letter corner cornerBy OOrAfIBy comerDy
By waiting wal nl until the lost day or two when whenIt
It will he too ate Jal to get lC t the wheat f fmarket I Imarket to tomarket
market the bidding up of prleni lcl can bn bnloan hoodon hedone
loan with Impunity ImpunltylnaJde Inside the limit that thatLhe thatthfl thatthe
the Board of Trade define M extortion extortion3Uflshabl ntnloopualahable extortionpunishable
punishable by expulsion expuUionUK
UK WASTED TO DROWN DROWNDellratrstm DROWNIklt DROWNDelicatessen
Delicatessen Iklt Man fHMte Wile I Is After Anlr111m Afterrim AfterHim
Him Is I fatten From l the Brstix 8r Rhr BhrrAndrew RhrAndre1l RhrAndrew
Andrew Bchnrer h M 1 years old at one oneLime onetime onetime
time a delicatessen proprietor In The ThsBronx Th ThBronK TheBronx
Bronx attempted suicide yesterday yettentaymorning fertI4yrntImln yesterdaymorning
rntImln morning by jumping off the bridge that thatrroime thatcroeea t te
rroime e the Bronx z River In Bronx Parkit Park
it t lard l Jd street and nrl the Boston B road Per Perlons ibreons
eons nearby nN near by sot t up a yell and nd Thomas Tbemasfelly ThomasKelly I IIIfllly
felly of 7 7a Fairmont place dived dlv In after afterfaherer aClirSehrer aftertleh
faherer tleh rsr who fought irlth his rescuer feasteruntil rescuerm JeIKIrun
un until m il persons on the IWHKS fan tnrew m ropes ropesind f8iJfIIaflft ropesand
and the th two were 11 drugged dlC oft Kaherer Kaherervas H hrtrCAbn
vas taken to Harlem lIospH Ifospltol sHsTering su ering eringslightly erIn j jtlightly
slightly 1I htl from Ir hk immersion hnmerslnn2eherer immersionttoherer I >
2eherer lives at test Clinton Iift > n venue svenuThe IIYtfIlffThe venuerXe
The Hiniil wish Mrs Myers his hlctIR m mother motherieaw 4 > er erlw
IR ieaw lw hi h ha wife and two chtMtWH Mrs MrsMyers i iMyers II
I Myers Mid that after he feet His d cWW derstase te ten i ikMMI
kMMI n i business he dtoppearedl far a Mmn MmnI Keanpest
I pest ct KrMMr Frp4 r his wife aM g t a summons for forltlB fArIIhB fart farthim
him In M the 1 Me faj erriuftk e eettrt rt > Mffeg 1Be U Hint HintweaWmtmppert > at t
lie weaWmtmppert wwt her herNAMA herIpso
Ipso NAMA it itA1sa W A1sa sole assYkg I
1 WYMAN WYb AN GIFT GIFT HAY HEAL FEUD PEUIir FEUD FEUDI FEUDIL6
I i
ir nn I1IItFTO1 CETOS fjMn OVEI OVEItlKWEST III OIERnFQe Fn FnmfJflES1
tlKWEST tr OF a MIUIOS MIUIOSRrelutrl VIIIIO1SRffIII ViIL IONS IONSRretuses
Rrelutrl RffIII mil III Gin the Estate to the thiGraduate theGraduat theGraduate
Graduate College eUtseIkaft l > esn West flit the thiMeans thll111I01 theMeans
Means of Nrrarmg the Great Legacy LrgaeAmjile LlPII LegacylmIie
Amjile Money lor le Immediately olmmrdlaltlrIlJXnTOf ImmediatelyMay ImmediatelyPaixcamr
I
rIlJXnTOf May a 2A A a member ol olthe 01 01tlill ofthe
the faculty put Ulhls It Itthlurlernoon IhU afternoon the legacy legacjwhich lepoywhich legacywhich
which ha baa fallen to Princeton by the will wilof willof
of Isaao C Wyman of Salem Mass I U Ubig 18bll isbig
big enough to cover the differences 61 61opinion tlI tlIorlnlon ofopinion
opinion which led to the withdrawal lthdrallt lthdralltlorbruo1ry last laslFebruary lastFebruary
February of William Cooper ooplr Procter Procter1offer Procterolllr Proctersoffer
offer of 1500000 ooo fdr the uses of the Oraduate Oradu Qraduate <
ate School of Princeton University Mr MrWyman lrWymanl MrWymans
Wyman bequest which I tI left for the thedevelopment Ihedeflopmlnt thedevelopment
development of the Qratuate School Schoolaccording Schoolaceordlng Schoolaccording
according to the plan of Dean Andrew AndrewF
F West II I variously estimated at from fromBnooooo lroanoooO fromtnof
Bnooooo oooO to ten time that sum sumAt oumAt
At first tight I the > said one on of the well wellknown wellknown 11 11kno
known kno professor this evening the th so sowiled 10MIII soo
wiled o fled West W tIt < faction h has occasion oe aidon for re rejoicing rtIJolclnK rejoicing ¬
joicing But I have not heard a single singlemember singlemember inllemlm
member mlm tr of the faculty cry victory for forone forone
one fiction or defeat for another A Aa AI Asa
a matter of fact we are heartily tired tiredhere tiredhero tiredhere
here in Princeton Irin ton of the tb controversy controversywhich controvsnywhich lOnlronrl1which
which M 1f 1 Mr Ir Procter to withdraw hi hioffer hiolltr his hisoffer
offer and we are quite ready to have this thisgift tbl tblgift tbl11ft
gift accepted with no ado whatsoever whatsoeverI
I have heard nobody intimate that the theold theold theold
old contest will lie I e renewed The bequest bequestlool bequtltloob bequestloots
loots like a solution of all our trouble troublePi troublesPresident
Pi evident Woodrow Wilson said that thatho thatho thathe
ho could not comment oom nt on the situation situationuntil IIltuatlonuntil situationuntil
until he got a copy of the will 111 He Mid Midthat IIldtJoat saidthat
that his knowledge knowlf < 4tt of Mr Ir Wyman gift giftwas Irlft1IIUI giftwas
was wholly hoUYlIcond second hand handWo handtWo handWo
Wo knew that Mr Wyman wa a agraduate 11ItRdlLte agraduate
graduate of Princeton and that he wa waa wasa
a wealthy man he said We hoped hopedthat hopcodIhat hopedthat
that he would leave some of hi his estate mtateto
to Princeton but we knew nothing nothingPresident nOlhlngPrrtolclfnt nothingPresident
President Wilson Mid that ho wanted wantedto
to keep hi his mind open until some other otherthan olhflrthan otherthan
than hearsay information regarding rt altUna the thewill thewill thewill
will wa was in hi his hands He added add that thatwhen lhathfn thatwhen
when hfn it come he could not come to a doctsion do docinion dedion
cinion a as to th lilt t disposition of the money moneyuntil mODlYIInlll moneyunlll
until he had 111 a conference with thorn e most mostconcerned mOlltoonetmffl mostconrerned
concerned conrernedtontrsry concernedContrary oonetmffllnntrary
Contrary to I opinion ho h wild I am amwilling amwilling m mlIIin
willing lIIin to take advice In this rate m I Iwont Iwont Iwant
wont domdo dt what U to Im I done and andindeed andind andirkleed
indeed ind I havent the right to do so with without without withnut ¬
out consulting with other tMh In authority authorityThn
The main point at issun iU between bln Presi Presirt rr Prealdmt
rt dl dmt < fit WIU Wilson 111 n and a Dean West who i ill the thnWMI Ih Ih1Md thebud
bud 1Md WMI of the tie graduate remd1f school hoo in the matter matterof mallr
of the Procter Irler gift e was WA the th situation 1llo of the t thebuildings thomildings
buildings huJllK to house 10 postgraduate poetldutetut students studentsPresident studentsPresident
President Pfldent Wllo Wilson thought thO < t that tt the t dormi dormitorraa dorl dorltor dormitories
tories should be paced the 1
tor bokl pll on o campus campuswhere OJ ouopuawhereas
where wlll Dean On West Wft wanted them thf placed placedlM rLC placedehwhere I
ehwhere > lM Jhp > here 1Iby musinly on o the golf lor links linkswhich Ik linkswhich
which whk has ha hu I Iwen H the Ih proj PIny prvleerty rty of th thunivnmty iI iIulv the theuniversity
university ulv for rlvn 1e year It I wn was Denn DennWests l ikonSVests > n nWI
Wests ulna II that the th site lito beyond hod the theoamMiii thl thecamxis
oamMiii 08101 would wokl give I the th graduate Rrdut school schooli Ihol Iholef
a i chance ef a to grow 6W It has I never I 1Iy teen teensencsIy HI HIM
M sencsIy > rv > u ly advocated a < vlll1 to pace pL the II ahomtnrxe kbom kbomtonw Jarm JarmInn
tonw Inn wMDtniry 1 > Iry mom mf or Ubrarkr Ul bran > ran < of the thegmdiMIx te teaMIu thegrsdeate
gmdiMIx aMIu school MI > l elsewhere thfro than nn the theeampuft IhelmJ theosmpue
eampuft lmJ IU I tteif lf I To do so 1 It wa Ml 1J1 believed believedwork ved vedwould
would oM 1 1 e m 1 contravention Nlrftin of the demo democratic dlm dlmorat demoerahr ¬
cratic orat Kl id1 kdeaa < wU of Princeton PnneninnPrmtdent Jnton Jntonr PrincetonPresdent
Prmtdent r fflt Wilson Wll WAS asked ukl tonight tonightwhether toncM toncMwhthr tonightwhether
whether whthr in earn the Ihfllllf1 bequest was W as great greatan It ItI
an nut I teen eon suppmed IrWI dormitories dlrmlt of the thegnuluatn It ItIhal thegradate
gradate Ihal Mih sohrxi h < xv would ml Iw h placed pll on o the theOHinpuo thesmpus
OHinpuo Cnp o or r ill the golf Ir folk folkHi lok hakeN1 I
Oi Hi S4td lil he t there thr la no A reason f for forMipp forIlfC forseppoiag
Mipp IlfC seppoiag > 4flg that tlwa the whole w amount amnt of the theri th thetoquwt I
ri toquwt iu 4t wouM wokJ be 1 > devoted deofl to building lxdklingInyhow buildingtnyhow lllnp lllnpQh
tnyhow tnyhowHut Qh
Qhlt Hut lt in 1 the t view 11 of some Im of the Ih fseulty fseultyami faerltyand
and n HOBM m > of tbs lb lh trwlnot tll Mien Iulh n nw nIwtklkige w wItuiMliiw I
ItuiMliiw hllkl an A are n > required ulmt as dnnnitorkw dnnnitorkwTor dnnnlo i iror
for the 11 graduate RdUI s4ml aIK students 4itM will 1 I he easel pUrmion IrC easelrn
on o the Ih golf Ior knks inkl The 1 magnitude flllu of < > f Mr MrWyrmns MrWynan Ir IrW1n
Wyrmns e gift lul wmn IM to monks that a am aIt aneslty
m neslty < c wHv It wo 11 further dvchred that thata tht thtI
a n I new w av a avenue iu U i wtxiM II l to < n opened pene < l from rn > the thnnmiuM th thmmc theeamiws
nmiuM to t th Ih the golf l linbit lin whieh wlkh would woukliriiig 11011 11011hrfl wouldbring
iriiig hrfl tii the new II doniuhirxw lumltor within wihin wihinrinlh a seven sxvennunut sevenrninutee
nunut rinlh rninutee < H walk II of th the mm nmpuj campi pin itself itiwlfnH
nH fo great mason IIn why the Ih dormitories dormitoriesshould donlorM donlorMIIluMld dormitoriesshould
should IIluMld I K e > IMOI iUi + l on n the Ih golf alr llnkn Unk link mill millu leI leIrU
rU u of r the Hi I yixuiger r alumni ill i that there therenay Ih IhIMY theremay
nay Im I room fm in II lh the ramps Mmpll for the works worksof
of tti li the university ui IflUy > TlAtH Tlt th the < Idea 11 Wn Wnniunt W Wmut Vrmust
must havn 11 the CI pben L centralized lraUv and anl so somu somust
mu nlJt must t have n mom Im It has h n nr vi > r been beenanylxwlye t tonylxuly II
I onylxuly ld Ides u to tl have h the graduiittt graduiitttschool IradU11 gratuowschool
oholwhollyrIIIn school wholly Hflqutwtered Hflqutwteredllin
llin rr ttl rrctit lit for Jlr Ir Wyman WYmn miH eustantal eustantalInterest lllanl11 lllanl11Inlft tantbil tantbilntcreMt
Interest Inlft In Princeton lnllon U I laid III largely Illy to toan tolian todean
lian dean > an We WI t lh 1bl dean dr had become lm a arlonn ae aelse
e else friend rrlf11 of tI Mr fr Wyman and It was waahrnugh wuthltmil wasthroughi
hrnugh thltmil Mm Im that the recluse ndl renewed renewedlis rcP
h his lis ties tt with tho university universityDean unlvIIIan universityDean
Dean West Wlt Mid I a professor rrol r foliar foliarwa todaywas
wa was the th heaviest IUvICt link lik that nlt bound Mr MrVymon 31rWyA MrWyman
Vymon WyA to Pritneton A As for Mr rr Wyman Wymanilnwelf WymanJlf Wymanhimself
himself Jlf he bad MY never t been > en pack since tincnin sincehe 11
h he in graduated Iru 1 In IM I The T acquaintance acqualntanoowith alwnt
11 with It h Dean Went W Ct woof was of ten year r standing standingDie Iladlnl
1e Die Dean O did not know kD that ttt Mr Ir Wyman Wy Wyman Wym ¬
m man had hd mode moD so great jt a bequest ItUI but hn hntoped b b1p1 behoped
1p1 toped for IL He le knew k that tht the th old gen genlemon 1 gmi
lemon tll wo planning plln to make some aml pro provision Im ImvNon provision ¬
vNon vision for Princeton but hit he didnt know knowhe ko knowthe
he magnitude Iliuo of it nor that it t would bn bnlevoted hedeol1 hetdevoted
devoted deol1 to t the development denl mfflt of a project projectn pJ8
M I n which wbh he h was most mo interested interestedThe lnuJto
The 1 will U11u was mode ma on o July Ju I ItrO I The Thecontroversy Te Tecntroyt1 Thecontroversy
controversy cntroyt1 over oYr Mr Procter P offer oi to tocontribute tnclrbte tocontribute
clrbte contribute 1500000 10 In case C a like cum Iw he beraised her heraised
r raised elsewhere he provided pliM the Ci building buildingbuilt buidlnp buidlnpbult buildingsbuilt
bult built with the gift Kl be placed pl outside oul the thepampua thelJ thecampus
lJ campus had h not nt yet been b opened oe The TheWymsn T TheWyman
Wymsn Wyma bequest bINt It was 11 pointed pnt out to toay to today
d day ± ay had nothing < whatever whlVI to do with llh the theProcter tbeJtr theIrocter
Jtr Procter gift JU or the th resulting luJtlnl controversy controversyMr ctlf
Mr r Wyman I Ia known k0n In Princeton J only onlyly oy oyby onlyby
by hearsay ty He le was a cUwmatn clte of offxChanceBor 01erYr ofex
erYr ex fxChanceBor Henry Jlry C Pitney II the father fatherf lat
01 f the th present rlt pr sent Chancellor CI of o New Jersey Jerseytfohlon J JercMaklmn r
tfohlon llatol Pitney PIM Hi 1M Hle association ut with withIMnceton withJCC withprkorlon
IMnceton were 111 not wholly academic academiclie
JCC no whl aMc aMcne
actual of the Revolution RevolutionIt
lie was an lall son o tb 10luto
It was 11 told today ty for hia Jb father lalh r wa a atoktier ael asoldier
soldier under Washington at the battle battlef tllt
el u ulltapn a t
01 > f Princeton P early alr to i 177 1 The 1 elder elderIVymonwoa e elderWyman
Wf Wyman IVymonwoa was a lad l of 17 J when w he h served IM in inlite Intl letthe
the tl Hi ltal We Welite lifelhee Revolutionary fneull war wa and a married JI late lateHi lte lteltal ateIn
lite mgit Ipl4 magskude d ef e f ttte Wyman YR estate estateIM estatewas te
IM 111 estlesM ee tm t d from lr the 1 fact Ia that at the thets lh theassessed
assessed ts N i valuation yaJ ef hk h property plr in I K KM Re Resex
> Monssehunelts was upward upwardf
iS sex M X eetmtf l x
d > f ftee teQMeee A good deal d of hi W realsettle real realtote
e P e r
settle tote hoKMngs J Im p and M ab abut tit Marble MarbleC I IOaM lal
C OaM Msutlm TAinJ r p Pye
0 I
HOT IWi 10 FWIIT IIT SEIR E l In IIIrxvI11LDc IIIrxvI11LDcEitradhta Ull 1IIU 1IIUtndlt EFIELDA EFIELDAFjtrartUH
FjtrartUH tndlt Hrpsrl Rrprt Destruction Otrethm of Ma Madrls u a adrlt sdriza
drls drlt Cartrklaes CrtrklCf and Kuppllet KupplletprrM Nuppllesprat PI
prrM 1 role D DtiptUH PI tpalra la TH Tl Tea era SrcIUrEFULD eraBLDgriZLoe 11
IUrEFULD tllPILD May y 77 2lt It In said here hert1hat hlre hlre1lant hereThat
That a small Inl force lor of Insurgents lnaur t under undeiGna uder udera underCmn
Gna a Mans Mea mode me a feint today ty with witllight withllht withslight
light llht loss 1 In front Irt of the lovernmenl OOY8mmet OOY8mmetlur Oovemmentforce lovernmenlforce
force lur commanded cmmdt by Gen Otn Chavarias Cnr b bthi by bytl bythis
this tl means mln covering cverr operations oJrtlO in the therear IhIr therear
rear Ir where wher the Insurgents I UrI8t commanded commandedby lOmmnde
by b Gen Moncada lonNd cut 11 the communion communionlions tmunlm tmunlmtlO
lions tlO of Mudrii M drl columns clumM with wtb Muell Muellde Muellede lle llede <
de Ion 10 Bueyes 1C forty miles mi west 1totm of Ram RamThe llamaThe
The T Iniurgenta Inlrll captured ammunition ammunitionand ammuniton ammunitonand
and supply trains and destroyed 100000 200euerifle 100000rifle 0
rifle rilo and quiokflre quloklre cartridges cartridgesThe aartridJ
The Te entire tUre Insurgent lnult force ror Is now slid slidto saidto Id Idto
to lie 11 attacking Barns ma in which plan planthere pl placethere
there Is t neither neiher food lod nor ammunition ammunitionThn ammunito
The Thl SUdrizhta ldrlzl are 10 said III to be sur surrounded ur urrounded u urounolfld
rounded It I I i a expected IIJf by the Insur Insurgent IMUr lsurgent ¬
gent gt sympathize that news nI of the sur surrender ar arIdfr surrender ¬
render Idfr of o Rams Jn will 1 he received flYe shortly shortlyWAHIIINOTOX Ionly IonlyA shortlyWAIIINOTOY
WAHIIINOTOX A INOI May ly 22 2111 sTile Tlie State Htat Department De Department D ¬
Jtment partment was WA advised advlll today tl4y by Thomas ThomasP 11om
P Moffatt 3 lotrat American Afrmn Consul at Blue BlueleVln Due Bluefields
fields that tt a two day lty engagement In ln4nt between betweenthe bt1
the Estrada tl and Madrii tldrl forces lOr ha taken takendace tabnP takenpats
dace P near llama lLm The Te result rult of o the U battle battles
Ia s not definitely dlfllely known knownThe kno knoThe knownThe
The Estrada Etld forces 10 lost l0t fourteen lourln killed killedand kU1 killedand
and their wounded wodP numbered numb twenty twentynine twmlynlnl twentynine
nine all 11 of whom have hv been b brought brlh to toBlueflelds t toDlueflelds
Blueflelds Dunlll for treatment tltt The casualties casualtiesof cultN
of the Madrls forces 10rlr are unknown unknownOen unknow
Oen Mena lln one of the Insurgent Insrt lead leader I leadeta ¬
er f eta retired tt to his intrenohments Intcm after a the theIght th thfllhe thefight
fight large 141 quantities IUntltN of provisions provisionsand prYlalon prYlalonAnd
and ammunition ammuniton which blc are said to t be > e tlie toentire tlieentire Ihentlr
entire ntlr stores to of the te Manila ldria forces 10 are arereported ar arereported
reported port I to have YO been II captured aaptu by the thensurgents thelnufn theinsurgents
insurgents insurgentsFNPLSION lnufn lnufnEXIUIO nsurgentsgxrrsiov
gxrrsiov Of JEWS JE IIEGUX IIEGUXItrrlln DFCX DFCXn REGtSBerlin
Berlin n rltn Hears lrn Htsrles ttrlN of Oppression Oprlo FremKlef From FromKief Fom FomHltr
Kief Expelled JlIt Families mlfli Bobbed BebMd5prw1 Bobbedprril Reh
prril 0 > Cable Co DtiftUH C U Tee Slit SlitHinLIX nosBxatav L LILf
HinLIX ILf May 22 22Jews Jews t here hr have re received reet1Y recelved ¬
ceived et1Y news that tht the t bo removal rmoYI of their theircoreligionists theirrfllclnll theirrortllglnnlste
coreligionists rfllclnll from Kief has 1 been tl liegun liegunlundred hllm hllmlundrc Isgumhundreds
hundreds lundrc of families ImIN have been II ordered orderedo olr
to o leave 1e Rumla RUla In twentyfour hours hoursPolice hor hourshollro
Police surround urund the house hoW of Hebrew Hebrewand lellr1 lellr1and Hebrewsand
and forcibly expel them not no allowing allowinghem alowin alowintblm allowingthem
hem tblm to take I k their Ih lr possessions rIo with wlb them themVEir themFr themVT
VEir VT Fr LACK 1IfKlrI II CK UIMVVl I WI XX1 t HITril HITrilThl l1r1 l1r1Tb II I TC R RThis
This Tb Time Tmt It I It I a as to Whether the mInt rrntralYard centralYsrd mInt1n
Yard 1n Rates RtN Apply ApplyThough tpelyThough pr prTholld
Though Tholld the Delaware lackawanna lackawannaand l4kawanna l4kawannaand
and Western Wlllm Railroad Rllr agreed altl to accept acceptbo AlP acceptthe
bo thl award aW nl of the arbitrators in the th case caseof e caseof
of the Ci New SI York Central elml mens mltl demand demandt dcla dclaIt
It t wo was learned Imf yesterday Ntny tht that a new newilteh newhlt newhiteh
ilteh hlt had arisen ari with lh the thl Lockawanna Lockawannaover lAkwnna lAkwnnaor
over the yard rates nlN The Th heads hN of thn thnorganisation Ihllor thnorganiaatien
organisation or < llll of trainmen tmm and Ibl conductor conductortwist tueton tuetonIMt conductorsinsist i
twist IMt that tt the I yard rat rl rates s have haY nothing nothingo nothl i
to o do with Ith the general gfnd award awr but bt are arendependent ar areindependent
independent The Th charge the Ih Laekaworn Laeka Laekawanna 14o 14o1n
worn 1n with wlb trying to t take k advantage advantageof adYp
of exception Ispl In them th rates ratl allowed allowedo aUow
to o the New Nt York Central Clnl in some Ime Imeowlnl case caseowing caatwowing
owing to local l conditions cdillo They T Mid Midast lid lidlll saidlast
lll last night nl < ht that tht the th Lackawanna 1lkn will 111 have haveto
I to py JY the full lul yard ltl rate ntt a ae In the case caseof t caseof
of all the te other otflr roads rr except the New NewYork Sework NewYork
York ork Central flrl but Micro 1leY that tht a A as the thelarkawanna IhelrkwanM theLackawanna
larkawanna lrkwanM ha has gnnn Inn so 1 far to avert averta n nA
a strike It will wi yield yi1 In thin thll mae m rather ratherthan r ratherthan lhr lhrn
than n start new trouble trb President Ilfnt Garret Oarretson Oall
son 1 of the Order Orer of Railroad Rlrd Conductor Conductorsaid Cduotn CduotnMid Conductorssaid
said test
It evening eveningI fell
I believe blile that Ib1 the Utckawanna Ulb nnna will willagree wl willagree
agree ll to the general Ifnl1 yard yn rate nt The Thnaward 1 Theaward
award a wn in the tease of the New Se York ork Central Centralhad Centrahad C nlrl nlrlbd
had bd nothing nlhlnC to do with llh the general IM8r1 yard yardrates yantr1I yardrates
rates r1I which wbeb are af separate lt and an were ar arranged arrn arranged ¬
ranged rn 11 later JaIlr hut bemuse 11 the leeks Lackawanna lckan leekswanna
wanna an agreed alo to Iw 11 bound hlnd by hylhe the award awaniin aW nl nlin
in the thl ease C of the New IW York ork Central Centralit CMlnl CMlnlIt
it to trying to t take lk advantage rlvntp of this thisami Ihl thisand
and anl claim ellm the tC exception Islptll In the Ilp ce ol olthn IIIth ofthe
the th Now Nee York rk I entral Ctul In the yard yar rate ratewhieh r14 rateswhloh
whieh hk no more lCn ply to the Ijcluiwann Ijcluiwannthan lekwana lekwanaI Laekawannathan i
than ttln to any of I the other Ilhlr muds Mii The TheUickawanna TheLcM1nM TheLtckawanna I
I Uickawanna LcM1nM tn If any ease will 111 have MY to topny toY toply
ply Y the regular ffI ulr yard rate It I I a one le ol oltho ofthe
110 the rtehmt riht If I not the richest ribet milroai milroaiin mUni mUniI
in I the tl ft ftC Ka t tc
c I rtrr T1 PT noia nnnn UlO 1111010pie nnnnlie I III
lie II Will I rnt ol Take Taar telhe hI Part In the Ohio OhioCampaign OhioCom Ohltampatgn
Campaign Com the th routing Dlnle Fall lsllWWHISOTIW FallWtsnlNOntN 1
WWHISOTIW WIIXOm May n n Oirll Clarpe rle P Taft Taftwho Tal Talwho Taftwho
who I II n 1 gue guest t at tho Whiln U Hose noU will willnot 11 willnot
not be I personally active alUVI In the Ih Ohio OlilocemMlKti Ohiorml Ohiocamp
camp cemMlKti rml > elgn lgt thin year r Hi I bait II eased 11 pane phnil
l to hall Mi for Euruim lrl a week Ik from next nettHatunlay n nextSaturday I IHtultly
Saturday Htultly and will wi l be > e away until unll just justfore jut jutIror justtsefure
Iror tsefure fore the Ih election Mr Ir Taft Tat will 11 leave leavefor IIe IIeror leavefor
for Cincinnati flnrnnal tomorrow tomlm and nne after allr hay having lul haylog ¬
log arranged a few Ilrnl personal x > rmm l matter flll will willgo 111 willgo
go from there Ihl to New York ork tn I sail 81 on o the thodate Ihocalll thedate
calll date mentioned mMloncl Mr Ir Tufts Tarl atones al Is Isconstrued IefllrulI Isconstruedl
construed fllrulI bv h Ohio RepiiliUrnns 11plhHM here hI an anrather a asrather
rather rthlr significant 1IInrnl It I Indloitos they theylievo Ihel be behevo
lievo that he h will 111 not enter the thlrace once for forthe lortbe forthe
110
the Senate Ste to t succeed IUCI Senator Snlor Dick DickEARTIIQl Dick1m lick lick13W
1m 13W FARTiiQrIKE EARTIIQl FM1T1fIIKI KK nKCORDED nKCORDEDOf nrrnnFn nrrnnFnor
Of Catastrophic atalrepll itent Nat a Prof Po blear llrlarqueer Jtlar Jtlarqunr blearqueer
queer Nun Nu Npot pt folorlrtence folorlrtenceSftrM C etsridenecspud ltdm ltdmI
spud I OM c tuitaith P I TB ran a Hex HexLOHDOX lel ticslONOOX
LOHDOX 1fD May Ia 22 nPl 22Prof Prof Belar Dlar of the thetalhach the1lb theiAltach
talhach 1lb Observatory Ohnator telegraph trlelapha that the theicismograph tholmolaph theseismograph
seismograph lmolaph there thfI recorded I an earth earthuako eah eahcluake earthquake
quake uako of apparently appntl catastrophic olatroplo size slretoclay sizetoday Im Imloay
today loay It I was Ssoo UO mile distant ditt andpastel and andlasted ad adlule
lasted lule 2 hour hlira and 21 minute minuteEarthquakes mlnutMYrtbquake minutesEarthquakes
Earthquakes Yrtbquake were 11 also a recorded rr on onMay onIay onMay
May 20 2 and 21 Prof Pl polar Dlar adds ad that the theoccurrence theourt theoccurrence
ourt occurrence of magnetic malOlo and a seismic Mmlo MmloIlo seismicstorms Jamloitorms
storms coincidentally with the ar ara ¬
Ilo lOlneldntly wit tb appear appearance appt appearance >
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the Duke Dke of Orleans Ole pretender pted to the theDourbon t theBourbon
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fch French liner lie La I Touraine Toural In I 1m yesterday yesterdayfrom
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Il lag with wth a moving moyir picture outfit aUU and rifle rifleIn rf riflein
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camera cra that gave If him hi a view vi of Manhot Manhottan Ja
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Two To young youK men Fred F and ad Hampton HamptonAndre Ipt HamptonAndrea
Andre Andr brothers living Ihln at 7IS Fast EosThirtyfifth Et EtTlrtyfrh FastThirtyfifth
Thirtyfifth Tlrtyfrh street tft Brooklyn Brkly telephone telephonethe telpbl
the lieutenant Uftutft at the to Snyder 8yder avenue avenuepolice afU avenuePolice
police 1110 station tUo In FUtbuatrUst Jtu Fatbudr last Jt night Dlet that thathere tht thtthfre thatthere
there wn 1 the body by of a man m evidently evidentlyan Idtntlyan
an Italian Ital lying Iylnlln In the Paerdtgat Perdept woods woodsback woodback o
back bck of the Flatbuah Ftbu water works wor Th Thyoung Te Teyounl The Theyoung
young men m had tumbled tublf < l upon upn the bod bodas by byIh body bodyas
as they Ih y were 11 returning relurnc home from a walk walkThe waltTe walkThe
The Te body by1 was that ot o on a Italian Itala say MY1n > JO JOrears O Oyear
rears 1n old ol S Slet feet 9 inches Inc high hb and weighing weigh weighng wPp wPpIna
Ina ng about ISO IS pound pud The Te sack et suit alt altItff1 wa wasteel wassteel
steel gray vY In color The Te man m wore no noshoe noIo noshoes
shoe Io hi bil his feet being hln covered lOYrc only by bybright hybrilh bybright
bright brilh purple socks l There was a white whitesilk whit whitesilk
silk handkerchief hdkrlr around arold the neck Dek in I lieu lieuof leu lieuof
of a collar collarThe oollr oollrThe collarThe I
The fac lao face was badly bdly cut cut The nose DO hoc hoceen h hadbeep
bq beep > een sliced alc off of and there tbrwtreltbwoun therewere were sub atabeounde atabeoundeIn wound woundn
In n both bt cheeks dek the throat trt and a In the tb abdomen ab abdomen ab ¬
domen domn Although Alhoul the ground ad where the thebody theby thebody
body by wu WI found was WA still tl wet from the theJn thern therain
rn rain Jn the body by and Its I doming oofnlwrre were dry dryndlcntlng d dryIndiatting
ndlcntlng Indro nl that tt It had been Jn placed plc where wheret wher
it t was found lou but a short time m before beforeCapU betoreCp beforeCapt
CapU Cp Francis Frabc C Cramer Cr of the Snyder Snyderavenue Snydeiavenue Byn Byni
i avenue aU station tUon sent t Policeman Poioman Rlcnan WdhardOwens Rlcnanwens Ic
Olna Owens wens to tbs te wood wo to Investigate InvestigateOwen InYtpt investigateOwens I
Owen OWlna telephoned Ipho back 0 that tht there tre was wasa waa
a body there tre all 11 right and a patrol ptl wagon wagonwas wagonwas son sonwaa
was snnt It to bring it to the tbeltatlon station house houseThe hoe hoeTh houseThe
The Th place rlce at which hie the body was fount founts loundII
II s within a stone lte throw of the slat Wt where wherehe wherethe hereIhe
he murderers murura of Mrs Ar 8taber Stbr were fount fountand loundand foundand
and Is I half mile from the
a or so 1 Holy Holyofts 10ly 10lyc HolyQoss
c Qoss > ofts Cemetery Cfmtlery A block blo and a half away aways an anI
I is s a shed hf which at present p t shelters Melt1 a alumber I anumber
lumber bumbr of laborers lofn some le of whom are aretaUan a areItalians i
Italians Itsla ItaliansUr taUanDr
Ur Ptarmigan Fnlp who ho came ef from the theKings thoKin theKing i
Kings Kin County Cunty Hospital 10ltlIound found In the mans manstotket mU manspocket
pocket pket a 1 watch walc which whlh was still all going goingr rlnK rlnKDr i
Dr r Flahnlgan Inllan sold d that tt the man m bad h not notteen notdfd notbeen
been teen dead dfd he thought thoudt more mor than th three threetours tbJ threehour
hour hounne hourTile tours toursTne
Tile right rllt cheek ws u slashed lf and ad almost almoacompletely aot aotopllelYlun almostcompletely
completely opllelYlun severed from Ir the bone bnll Two Twowounds To Towonc Twowounds
wounds wonc were Wllr found In the throat Ihrt and four fourn
In n the tJJ a domen doen The Angers fnlra of the Ih rich richsand rlhthaud rightbaud
sand were 1111 rut t to the bone be as if 1 the te ma manbad man mantad
tad h clutched olutchP the tl blade of a knife knifeUnder knlleUner knifeUnder
Under Uner the th body by th the police poIo found lod a along aIn along
long In butcher blchtr knife which whi had been beenground IJ IJInd beenground
ground Ind down to a slender IPder blade blde with a avery avery
very sharp edge M e and sharp point pointDetective pit pointDetective
nr A a
Detective Itech Tony Vachris ens f n of the men menwhom I menwhom
whom 1om Pttroalno rtrno trained traln4 In the work wk ol olthe IIIt ofthe
the t detective drfv bureau buru got to the pUce at atM Atfelk atoclock
M oclock felk Just Jut as he was w entering tterl p the thewood te tew thewoods
wood w he met mt an a lUliaa Ic1 coming out outachrl outtr outYachria
Yachria achrl tr afU arrested the t man m who ho attempts attemptso atmpt
to o pass paeanIn passIn
p
In the prisoners prinlrA pocket pke was 1 a revolver revolverrom revolverfrom olyer olyerIr
Ir from rom which wleh two of the te seven Te cartridges cartridgesLad Nrdl
Lad h been 1 exploded uptxd Laborers Lbrn from the theshack th theshack
shack ak near by said fld that lht they ti had heard heardwo hM heardtwo
t1 two wo shot all Sired fn in tho woods 1tl In the after afternoon altflrnon afternoon ¬
noon non but had h not troubled trubl1 themselves themselvesalmut thltlYN thltlYNabout themselvesabout
about them themVachri IhPmaehri themYaehria
Vachri put hi h his prisoner prlflr into the palm palmwagon plr patrolwagon
wagon 1 with the body by of the th dead dl Italian Italianand Ialtln Ialtlnand Italianand
and took him to the Snyder avenue AnUl eta station iI etalion ¬
lion lo where he was a met m t by Acting rApt CsptCoghtan rAptCoghln CaptCoghan
I Coghtan Coghln in charge erj of the Brooklyn Bkly horai horaieide bom homleide
eide ede bureau b u Coghlan Cjhl and ad Vachris Varl be began b higas ¬
I gas putting < the Ih man through a stiff Itll ex examination fl flI cxaminstion ¬
I amination amlnalon In his hlf pockets rkl they tb found two tworailroad twoII tworailroad
II railroad ralr tickets from Newark Swak to New NewYork St NewYork
York ork One On of r Ih those was wG dated dtld May 11 IS ISand 1Sand
and a the other yesterday yesterdayThe Ifltl4y Ifltl4yThe
I The prisoner said he h was Giovanni Olovnnl OlovnnlClprl GiovanniCiprelli llovanniCiparelli
Ciparelli Clprl that he h wo 2 25 1 years fn old and nd a alaborer alaborer
laborer or living Ihlnl at South Kth Orange Onge Hn le saidthat said saidthat
that he was employed mplo by Ijiilgi Uerttl Uerttla Ilrt
a contractor of South Slh Orange Onnp and ad thai thaihe thathe
he 111 was u hoarding hoanln6 with wih a man named namedAntonla nat namedAntonla
Antonla Anlola Cupi He II bad been b In South SouthOrange trouthOrange Ib IbOrnl
Orange Ornl for a week weekUporelU 1 weekLpsrelII
UporelU Lpn said Md that he had left In hi his board Imarding boanlInre boardlog
log ptacn A In South ftll Orange yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning 1ry 1rymnlt
morning mnlt at a I oclock olk and Ind took lok a trolley trolleycar trollPyla
car la to Newark Slwark and a from there th a train trainto
to Now York nrk In eiplanationofthetlcknt eiplanationofthetlckntH explanation Iatlo ofhe of the tllklta tllkltah tickets ticketshi
h hi H > said kl the conductor had h not taken the thotickets th thetickets
tickets Ickcll upon up on two trip tripA lri lrilill
A slip lill nf paper In the pockets pk of the thodead t thedeal ho howl
dead wl man had har the th telephone number ntimhwrIttl numh
Ittl nnolnt Iwnnolnt and the name ne P Pa
tone 10111 tonesssllo tonessslloThe uw > ll llThn < >
The Th laborer lallffIrl were o sure about aut hearing hearingfw bringC hearingtwit
fw C shot hll in tho wood wo but mast the th body ofthn of orthll ofthe
the dual man mn showed lbw1 no bullet 1IIIIt wound woundKn wound woundsFrom
Kn tm > m this the iletnctives t t am Inclined Inrln1 in inthn tnIhIUI tothe
the IhIUI belief that tht then may ma bn I another anothr body bodyNomnwhern hodyIm bodysomewhere
somewhere Im 1 in the wood woodPatomaello 101 woodsPalonusdlo
Patomaello ratonlo wn W brought brouh to tho t hi station stationhouse cationhouse lton ltonhoW
hoW house He le said Mll that hn h ran a I small lma I stus stusgamn stusagame Iw Iwpm
game at Manhattan Ianhlan aYfl1 avenue von no and Frost Froststreet Flt FltDW Froststreet
street now DW and then hut that tha hn had hadnever hadner hadnever
never ner wen In the murdered mumer1 man or the theprisoner Iherrnr theprisoner
rrnr prisoner Patonenello Plton11 brought bfOu h along alongwith alongwith Ioncwih
with wih him a friend Martlno Martlno Martlnosakl Martinoaka IartlnoMkl
aka that he thought Ihol ht the body hly was that thatof thatof
of a driver for Thomas Mello 110 a baker bakerwhose bAbrWh0 bakerwhose
whose Wh0 place pJo of business bulnl U at Manhattan Manhattanavenue Maattan MaattanaYPt Manhattanavenue
avenue aYPt and Wither Wltm street streetFOOLED streetFOOLED tt ttFOO1n
FOOLED FOO1n RlASEARCnUCIIT RlASEARCnUCIITDrum R RI A WIRCRLi 4nCnllllT 4nCnllllTDK UIT UITfletm
Drum DK From Fom the tl Inner tlllr Tower Mhtaken Mhtakenfor htkn htknrer
for the Centers Tall TallI Tl
I see 1 the comet oet father lathf announced announcedthe anol
the t youngest YOUDgt of a party py returning rtunl from fromConsy IromCon fromConey
Coney Con Island Ilad at a the Brooklyn Brkly Bridge Bridgeterminal Bridptein Bridgeterminal
terminal tein last t night nlt Father Fath scoffed le but butyouth bu butyouth
youth yout wa 11 pentsient pentsientI t tI
I do d too t and ad its I right rlat up there th A Ajopeomed Ap Apopcomed
jopeomed finger 1 indicated ict a white wh flaro flaroin
p in the te heaven bYe to t the t east e that seemed seemedvery ae seemedvery
very toll n much luh like lke the te wagging wac of o a comets cometstoll ce cometstail
tollAll t
All A the way from Ir the t Battery Btt up lp to toPark t toPark
P Park row r necks Bek were we craning elnl and a people peoplewere Pple Pplede peoplewere
were deciding de that tt the t astronomer allf had hadrude h badtoad
rude another bad b guess and ad that the theillusive theWuY theIUuslvetnnethsd
n a g t
WuY IUuslvetnnethsd illusive comet Ce had b Jaunted JuUod over 0 to the east eastBut f seatBut
But Bu th the Bar 1 was only the t beam from the thesearchlight theIhlt thesearchlight
searchlight Ihlt that tt ploys o on the U flag I on top topof to toof
of the Htngtr tower te p from Irm the fourteenth fourteenthfloor fourteenth fourteenthfloor lothfo
floor fo t where wb HI th u the lower t0I part of o tha th Mine structure 1t Minelure ¬
lure tu begins The T flag rlC waving p in the th light lightgave lah lightgave
gave the 1 reflection it It its peculiar r appearance appearanceand apiiearueeand
and i lye the th cloud clou r that lht bung tow also a ar1 helped helped501VKVK h hMVVF1IR helpedSOUFFJ1R
501VKVK MVVF1IR CniKCIl t11I I KVKMXO KVKMXOAResellandntt EJE EtVINOA IO IOA
AResellandntt A Be Res Itsndrd lat t te Kver1 Bvrnbmlyat Evmbr barb at the ti Door Doorof Do
of Grace H E E Omrrn OmrrnA t
A rose wa was bonded h to I every nt one Oe who whoentered wh whoentered
entered fte the 11 doors d ef Grace O Methodist MethodistPptaopol MethodistFpieropal eh
Pptaopol Owen Ce bi I West e 184th 10 street streetto f skeetattend
to Fp attend lost evestaga r I t tRev service l Jhe JheRev J h
Rev CkrlrttsB F Yt KeiMer tfee pastor pastorpreached pastorpresehed
preached presehedHSee sadd ea tesArty t rMeW Gfae G rMeWskko1LF and skko1LF skko1LFaeed Pray Prayranee m ma
ranee aeed MOV of sad a HsPasj said a rse the 1 w nW t tM as iMdljr m mMOV 1
1 I IIOJMV I I ftTs II ir LI1CIIERs LI1CIIERsFires ciiEits ciiEitsFire FIS FISFlrl
Fire Flrl Inte let Mob ob er f Krgrort NtlfUtt Hent en o KIll KUIIng Hi KIllIng
Ing In Another noll Xrsro XrsroATLANTA Nrlf NrlfAtLNA IegroATlsrsa
ATLANTA AtLNA May ay nBy emptying her herrevolver hr hrrPyolnr herrevolver
revolver into a mob loh of negroes nlf who had hadchased hadc hadchased
chased c M fL Simmons Hmmona also all a negro 1 onto the theveranda thennnda theveranda
veranda of heY h home this afternoon allmoon Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomas r
Thomas Murphy furhy a well 1 known Atlanta Atlantawoman Allanta1I0m Atlantawoman
woman 1I0m preventing revenlnga a lynching lynchingMrs IDchina IDchinar
Mrs r Murphy Iurhyw was alone alo when wbn Simmons Simmonscut Slmmol Slmmoleut
cut and bleeding bltlng ran n upon her veranda verandacrying verandacrying nnd
crying crylnlr Save Sa met metSevenlyBvo ml mlHftlyfYO metMeventyfive
SevenlyBvo HftlyfYO negroes were ere In pursuit pursuitof
of Simmons 8immo and nel entered ntem the yard of the theMurphy theIurphy theMurphy
Murphy home to finish their th lr victim victimSelling vcim vcimhdnr victimRelaing
Selling hdnr her hr husbands buhan revolver Mrs MrsMurphy MrsMurphy n nurphy
Murphy opened fire fir on the lh advancing advancingmob adva lnK lnKmob
opnl
mob mob After Afr three thl shots ao the negrooa Mj broke brokeand brokea brokeand
and a fled 1m It Is I reported rpor that tht two of them themwere Ihemwtre themwere
were wounded woundedAfter woundedAler woundedAfter
After Aler dispersing dlprnC the mob loh Mrs Murphy Murphycalled Murphycalled llrhy llrhyal
called al the police polc and a turned tumtl over to themt themthe them themthe
the t vgro c whose whlllle life she a had ha saved savedIIAXK av savedIIIZE
IIAXK 1178 HKtlt lEU ri 1 LESSEPS LESSEPSWtad IESSErSld LFSBEPSRind i
Rind Wtad ld Alse AI Presented Pentr Do DnI Dover er le Calais CalaisHlglttnulnart Cll CatatsiFllghtRutsart
Hlglttnulnart IptRalrt Prize PIU Not Hon HonSptiitl WonSptftr 1 1do
Sptiitl do Crete Cd DttJHlt Dl DItrRrMS 0 f Tat T1 5 5LONDON ln ri5 ri5iAapON
LONDON LIPN May lay22wlbl MOwlng to a stiff l wind windand winda windand
and a hue h today Jacques da d d o Lessops Lessopsthe p
a the th aviator avitr who crossed c aUM the te English EnglishChannel EKII EnglishChannel
Chne Channel from Calais aa to Dover DTr yesterday yesterdayin
in a monoplane monople decided ded81 not to attempt attemptto
to make metbe the return tum aerial alIlght alIlghtne flight flightHe flightHe
He went back In the th French Fch torpedo torpedoboat toro torobt torpedoboat
boat bt which whch was WA detailed detlo to accompany accompanyhim ampy ampyhm
him hm on hi his flight Ilgbt to England Egland leaving his hisaeroplane h hisaeroplane
aeroplane to be b packed rcke and ad shipped shippedbom Ilpp shippedhome
home homeDespatchea bom
hme
hmeDrkhe bomDespatches Despatches Drkhe from Irm Calais ala state that tt when whenhe whenhe he
he h arrived ayf there tbf the people ple gave him hm an anenthusiastic anIthulaallo anenthuelaatio
enthusiastic Ithulaallo reception rtlon Of course oou he hefails hefalls
fails Ial to t win wi the Kulnart nun prim prlz of JJSOO JJSOOthis n nthl lSOOthis
this time tlmsCALAIS timeCALAtl timeCatal
CALAIS CALAtl May 2M r 21 M dn e Lesseps lr is re remaining re remaining remalning ¬
maining here after affr his hi return rlum from Irm Eng England Enaland Fogland ¬
land to recuperate rllmle soma Im aso alR eo to give the thenhablunts tJJeInabl theInhabitants
Inhabitants Inabl nt an exhibition flight BightINDIANS flightIVOMV5 flght flghtnus
INDIANS nus Mil MORMONS MORMONSlithe 1fOflUOV5Drlte 10n10S 10n10SDrhe
lithe Oft o horses ler and an faille atte them Fr Fm m Colony CslonrIn Celo
Vain VainELPK amEr
Konoramrralt
In I tonPfl Vai VaiEL
ELPK EL Puo PuoMay22Renegub > May2n 1yRenlltael nogado Indians Indln in inthe Inthemountalnooflonora
the thllmountllollnor themountalnooflonora mountain of Honors Mexico Mnloolnty Mnloolntyaltckl recently recentlyattacked recentlyattacked
of Picheco Pichecoanfl Pachecoanti
attacked altckl the Mormon colony P1che
ann drove dro off 01 many may of 0 I their onttte 011 and andhorne andhon andhone
horne hon Including IncludlDI the th horse hot of Ilichop IlichopJohn mhopJobn IliehopJohn
John Whntten WhnttenA Whlltn I
A party of colonists oolonl beaded bwe by U L Taylor Taylortrailed TAylortnll Taylortrailed
trailed tnll the th Indian IndIn for a considerable considerabledlttance oonll considerabledbhncQ < erl I Idltn
dlttance dltn Into the mountains but were wereunable 1rtli 1rtliunable wereunable
unable to locate them th m The Te posses II re returned rel reltur returned ¬
turned today todayThey toayThey tly tlylY
tur They lY found where the Indians Indll had hadkilled h hadkilled
killed kll one on of the stolen toln beeves and also alsowhere al alsowhere
Iwber where they had hatlwPI stopped in the mountains mountainslong mountalnl mountalnlI mountainslong
long I enough to brow bm a quantity qUntly of tequila tequilaThis ltui tequilaThis
This Tl < enud Is I the th first time the Indian Indin have havebothered bye byebothred havebothered
bothered bothred the colonists rlonlts for a long time timeJUDGE tlmeJ1JOF timejunai
JUDGE J1JOF SPEER SAVES s chlLDRKX chlLDRKXRhMt CnDRE CnDREPa ILDRFS ILDRFSShscts
RhMt Pa Mad Dog IklV Krem Ills 111 Hones 10r Back Backas na
as Animal Aal Was About Abt to line lineMACOS Jle Jle1IAC lilt liltMacon
Macon 1IAC Oa < Ja May nUnlted nUnlte States StatesJudge 8taI StatesJudge
Judge Emory Hpoers habit of carrying a apistol apt apistol
Jup Er Spr ht o nlna
pistol enabled enl him to save several nr chil children obl ehildren ¬
dren pt at whom who a large lr dog afflicted ac with withrabies wih wihnh withrabies
rabies nh was rushing rushingJudge rlnl rushingJudge
Judge Jul Hptwr HJ r was WI riding rillni his h horse hof when whento whenhe i iho
ho to heard r thn scream aal of the tb children chldn and andsaw ad andpaw
saw 111 the tb dog running runnor at the th little Jur om omle onP ones onesale
n ale le spurred pu hi hls horse hor to a run and ant without withoutdismounting wllhoUIdlamnullnr withoutdismounting
dismounting drew df hi hla automatic revolver revolverand reYlIr reYlIrand revolverand
and shot a the th dog Jut as a the th animal am was wasabout 11 11aut wasabout
about aut to bite ble a childCAtGIIT child childCAiGtiT chid chidCUOlT
CAiGtiT CUOlT VP rrrw JIJII1WnFTIrl JIJII1WnFTIrl11mN irjrerivri J1WRFTiNfIlialmers ui irjrerivriOialmrrt
Oialmrrt 11mN Took To HpeeUI tP11 Train Ti any an anJ Dost Dostle
to Grt on o Her ler al urnutewn qalto qaltol qucenstown3pgtl < urnutewnSturut
Sturut l t ON ibis t Dttf pl Detplla < n H Tns Til Sen SenLnxtiox s StsLiKr10N
Lnxtiox 1lc May ly 5J nW W J Chalmers l ltn of the thefirm tJJ tJJfrm thefirm
firm frm of Harrison JarM A Chalmers Cl n engineer engineerreceived engineersreceived nllinfn nllinfnrhr
received rhr a amble cable message mlll aj Carlsbad Cart arJI bad on onFriday onFrldy1t onFriday
Friday Frldy1t kit saying ylllt that tllt hi h his daughter cl4ucbcr wa 1 wasill
1 ill 11 In New SfYork York With 1th Ib hi biO his wife will he hll1r1 hll1r1ImmlIly started startedmmediately startedImnxolately
mmediately ImmlIly to catch the tlll MAiirebvaki MAiirebvakiHe l4uflal
He le found rOln < that this could only be h done doneby cionby sineby
by hiring hlrlnl a special train in England Englandfluttering FJIII FJIIIrlrtfrnr Englandchartering i
fluttering rlrtfrnr a special ey 1il Pclal turbine steamer tftllr to tocarry toOn tocarry
carry On him and A1 liU IlI wife wlo from lrm KUliguard KUliguardto nWlgr
to t Ilosslare lllf hto sare Ireland 1flnt and then thlD engaging engaginganother InlcnlC InlcnlCanotC engaginganother
anotC another special 1111 train to convey ony him hin to toueen CoQlntow toQueenetnwn
Queenetnwn QueenetnwnHe Qlntow ueen tnwn tnwnHo
Ho 10 caught mUllh the thf MaureUnto lurtnl with brie thrrcjours thlC thlCboura briehours
hours jours to spareTIYO spare spareTIIO 1f 1fTm
TIIO Tm CMTIIT IIUT tXHER nWF1 IITO ITO
In Na Ialor a > lor nf raUUtll Ckl and Fred Fredof rd Lewis Lewisof rAI
of Kaugerllf aUllrt11 In li 111111 > tC CondllliHi CondllliHiCATHHILL tondttlenCavaultt odtto odttoATIUL
CATHHILL ATIUL N V May ly 2 22MrxNeltie 22MrxNeltieNaylor Mr ISW ISWSarlnr Nettle NettleNaylor
Naylor of f Catskill rAeki And Fn 11 Fnl l howls I wl a aIgnr Aer acigar
cigar er manufacturer nracturor of Hangirllm Hujrtl HujrtlInnl wee weni4nned weefinned
finned Innl fast under lnlr Mr Ir I Lewiss wU touring touringoar
oar new fr Olnnoo GII thi this itvening vnnlt and 10 Uith Uithwere lothwere
were 1 taken out In a 1 dying dyng condition cnnditionIrs OnliUonlf conditionMrs
Mrs Irs lf Karlor U I Ii In th C the lWnllotln 1Uclll i HnHpitnl HnHpitnlClngston lopl loplKlnglo lw pia piaKingston
Kingston Klnglo and ad Lewis i is In his h hone honl In InSaugertle II InSaugerties
Saugertle Suprl whore wh Dr Chandler Cdllr of King Kington Kln Klnlt Kington
lt ton I is In attendance aUendnC Others In the thecor thecar i imr
car who escaped serious NriO Injury were wereliss wentMiss In I
Miss 31 Mabel 3 lbl Np Yon Ya Yalkenburgh YalknburKh stenog stenographer stenograpber Inorerpblr ¬
rapher and Id I Lewis wls D Decker Iktr druggistboth druggist druggistx dr tRt tRtboth
both x > th of this Ihlnlll thievliage village Approaching ArprlnR a bend twtidn 1111 1111In
In n the I road rd the tJJ car a waaturned walum1 suddenly suddenlyto luIMlyt
to t avoid ayod pinning lnbl down dwn two children chldrn at atlay Atptly atpay
bank and andiverturned andoTfrturnl andoverturned
pay lay The Te car cr went over a
overturned oTfrturnl pinning Mr Naylor andLewis and andewls andLwtl
Lewis Lwtl uer under it itTOVC ItTOIC itTONIC png
Cl1LURE1 Cl1LURE1Roy
TONIC FATAL a TO CIIILDREX CIIILDREXey CIIIJFX CIIIJFXBor
Roy ey and a a Ctrl file Pe From F Rteets mftr of f Medl Medlrtoe Mcdlhue Itl Itlrie
rtoe rie hue Kept lpt hi I a Refrigerator RefrigeratorELIZABETH Idrstntor IdrstntorEunu RefrtgeratorEWSAaETm
ELIZABETH Eunu May 22 A As a result Idt of ofakbig 01taklnK oftaking
taking an a overdo onrdO of a tonic tlo which they theyound tylon theyfound
found lon In a refrigerator rrl nlor while hll their mother motheras
was as shopping aoln Alfred n and a Louise Ll touuh eoh eohICe Couehaged touuhged
aged ICe 3 and ad 1 respectively tIYly children hlldl of ofohn 01Joh ofJohn
John Joh Couch och of m Ft2111gh C High Ip street trt died dlo this thismorning tldmornlnlC thismorning
morning The 11 children cllfn found lon the bottle bottlecontaining boullctlg bottlecontaining
containing the tonic about 3 oclock ¬
ctlg tlo abt oolo yes yesterday ye yesterday
terday tery afternoon afto They Tty were wtI left IfIt In Intarge Inerp incharge
erp charge targe of their sister Roes R U I year n oldWhen old oldWhen ol
When m her mother mOlflr returned she al told tol her herthat hlrtt herthat
that tt h her r brother and ad sister took tk the medi mcdldoe medicine mel melee ¬
cine
cineTha ee eeT The T children dlldm showed a01lf no 111 1 effects < 1tt andpartook and andpartook andprtok
partook prtok of a hearty hta supper Ipplr They ThtY1llre ThtY1llreput were wereut wereput
put > ut to bed b They awoke simultaneously simultaneouslyn lilltanrely lilltanrelyI
I in n great It pain pi about abt 430 4 30 oclock oclok this morn mornng mm mornleg
111 leg ng Dr O D Agates lt was summoned summonedle IUlnmnfd IUlnmnfdI
I He le sad kl the te boy b was 11 beyond bond help and nndadvised andarll andadvised
advised arll the mother mther to send o the girl to the thelocpital theJlt thehospital
hospital Jlt Mrs Ir Couch C declined dl to tothill lU itsthis lUits
this its and an about abt two tWI hours afterward the theirldied t thegirl
girl irldied irldiedTwo dl died I ITwo ITwo
Two children ellJI of the t Couches C were weretreed 1IIre 1IIrebl wereburned
treed bl to t death dlL by playing rylg with IU matches matchessome IWn rrnlobessome
some 8 time U ago agoAetteg oa agoAeNsgCauety
Aetteg AeCy AeNsgCauety County Physician PJ Dr D T R t1 Delta Deltasaid Delansaid
said I the deaths l were due d to t poisoning pi piO poaenkigawrs f
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FOR THE PEOPLE PEOPLEAcceptance PEOPLEAcceptance PEOPLEAcceptance
Acceptance of the Groat Gift GiftNow Gif GiftNow
Now Rests With Wih the theState IhlState theState
State Senate SenateWILL SenateWill SenateWill
WILL IT I RECONSIDER RECONSIER VOTE VOTEScope VOT VOTScope VOTEScopo
Scope and Extent Exent of Project ProjectNot Prject PrjectNot
Not Understood Undertood Thoroughly ThoroughlyWhen Toroulhly ToroulhlyWhen
When Bill Bi Failedcut Failed Faied Faieder
cut er of 1000000 100 and k Gnat land landTrart I ITnl LandTract
Tract Tnl From Fo Jlr Ir llarrlmao lll of ofBOOOOO 11 SIgo0ooo 11GOo
BOOOOO GOo From Fonl Other Otll of asoaooo AOO AOOFom UOO000From asoaoooFrom
From Fom the State of New Jeney Coo Caattogrnt Co Cottmt Cootingenl >
ttogrnt ttmt Upon the Issue lue of 83IOOOOO 83IOOOOOta 12100
ta 1 Il DO floods todt br the State of New Nl YorkProt York TerttProilded Yor YorPollt
Prot Proilded Pollt Wed the People Pnpo Approve AppronIlblr ApproveAs ApproveAstemhly As Aslembly
lembly Ilblr Passed t the Ifrasuro rr fnanl fnanlmoutlj ll llmoI Luanlmowiy
moutlj but U I Failed Fll to let Required Rl IUgnlredga
3 1 ga Vote olfll to I the th Nenatellope H natllop That ThatKen Tt TtImltt ThatSenate
Ken Imltt Senate t e n ttIll III Now Vote 1oteFavorablyon t Favorably orlo on the thaMeaturennat C CItauht thesleunreWhat
Meaturennat Itauht the lb Gift Git MeansPlan MeansPlanof lP lPo
of o Palisades llldl CsnrnbslontGeorge CsnrnbslontGeorgeW romiaUilon Ctulllone CtullloneW Ceorge Ceorgen
W Perkins Perl Explain Fpl1 the Mltoatloo MlrUt
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George Grl W Perkins Prkn president pdent of the theNvw t theNew
New S York ork Palisades J1i Pork rak Commission Commissionwho Cmmlo Cmmlowho
who was 11 largely I < ly Instrumental Iltrnfnl in saving savingthn IV IVto
thin to Palbadee lA IP from the tb trap rock rk vandal vandalssoil vandaland Yaa
and their lhIr political ollllAI hackers sold d yesterday yesterdayafternoon yety yetyatemo yeaterdayafternoon
afternoon atemo that Ira 11 lielieves Ilflevf the lh Stole StoleBrnatn 8t 8tM StateSenate
Senate M wilt 111 reconsider ntcr it II its action aio on o the thebill t thebill
bill bl to permit fan New S York and a New NewJrsey Se NewJersey
Jersey commbwlon rmmlona to accept apt ttMOOOO ttMOOOOin S O
in private subscriptions uh oripdone tMOOOO O from the thaStato theState
State 811001 of New Jersey and ad to Issue lu I7WOOM I7WOOMin 15000
in i bond a for lo the I extension e teDlo of the great greatpark J greatpark
park pk and a the th preservation of a vat at l Urri Urritory tr rd rdtory
tory toryAt tor toryAt
At his h home bm Glynder Oyer in lUverdalo lUverdaloMr RYlrda
Mr Perkins Jrkl tAlked Mk l of what wh Iiai boon boeaaccomplished b boonaaompUelud
accomplished up11 in 1f ten t years JI of hard h work workby workby workby
by an a interstate Inttntale commission liIO which whe was wasunlike 114 114ulke wasunlike
unlike ulke other otr commission ono in I that it never nevercost 1Y 1YOt neveroust
cost Ot the t people pl of the th two States Bt a cent centand mt centand
and ad of what will wll he done do if I the Legislature Legislaturepermits LogUIaturapermits Ldalu Ldaluprmlt
permits prmlt the tb joint cemmisnjon ommkon to us 1 use the themoney tb themoney
money that J P Morgan 3JolCan John Joh D Rocke Rockefellr Rk Rockefeller
fellr Ir Judge Jld nary William Wltl K Vanderbilt VanderbiltWilliam Valrlt ValrltWilam CandsraltWilliam
William Wilam Rockefeller ltkAfclllr Mrs I Harrimaa 14m and andother a andothers
other otbn have hay offered offeredWith olfl olflWitb offendWith
With Ksmot ooo the t whole amount aount which whichwill whc whichwill
will 111 IM t at the disposal dlpl of th t the Interstate Interstatecoiftmkklon In interstatemmmhaaon ntat ntatIRm
coiftmkklon IRm On If Ibo Hanimon Ila Palisades PalisadeiPark P PalisadesPark
Park rrk bill 101 finally tlly pojoed J the th Senate te the thapeoplo t theprop
peoplo prop pl of I New York city rly and a of the th Jersey Jerseycities lfl Jerseycities
cities rl will wl haw ha a wonderfully wondrlulr beautiful beautifulpleasure baut beautlfnlpkarum
pleasure p ure ground I twotblrdi twothird the lhllz size of ofManhattan o ofManhattan
Manhattan lahtt Island leld a section lon of the lh country countrythat out countrythat
that tht I ill today a primitive pmltY wilderness wildernessIt Udtmf UdtmfIt
It 1 is likely lkely said MI Mr Ir Perkins Perkll that thatsomn th thatsome
some o legislators letlaton U a well 1111 a a great < at manyother many manyother m mothr
other othr people fp do not no understand ulla what wt the thebill t thepill
bill hi call for It I doesnt dlt take a cent nt out outof Olt outof
of tin t State Stte Treasury Tur It I aka 4 no n burden burdaato br
to b the taxpayers sr n It I merely mlry authorise authorisetbi authorith
the th imtmmn iU1 of 0 S2ODOUO s oo worth of bonds hond bondsWithout IxindWithout
Without Wihot such authorization IlhorrUon the ti Interstate Intentatocorfimiiwion InCI InCIcmW Interstatecommission
commission cmW would Ui I tras tmabta lnl in to accept accepttlm ap acceptthe
the t II magnificent ml fcrmt private pri lo gifts 11 and Ml the theappropriation thaappropriation t
appropriation IPllroprAltn of tSMWO ISooO made 11 by New NewJersey Se SeJtIY NewJersey
Jersey Thaw Tl 11 n Knnata Imat would Iw b depriving deprivingthn dtprirn
the to pnnpln p > pl + of this cli tlmn and of generations generationsto jnerUo
to 1 cormi of what wht would Im I the Ihl grandest grandestpublic grandestnubile < nndtfllo
public fllo pork fk In the world workll If It foiled r4kl to pass I
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that bill billI hi
I am enthusiastlo Inlhleto about this thl project projectliecause projethrmul projectbrcnuie
liecause hrmul I know what wl > t it will 111 mean tn I tonly Ionly Ionly
only wish w1 that tt the Senators Mtn could Qad lure lureTound h3 h3lounel havefound
found time to to visit It the Ih free In mountain mountainwildrrncsa mounti mountainwilderness
wilderness wllfmc which we wont lt to t add acd to to1alieiden toJaJe1dC toIalisadre
1alieiden Park would havo been beenas
JaJe1dC Plrk They Ty ha bn bnaf
I think I to clear all allobstacle allobstacles
a as af eager Mjpr M am t clN a
obstacle obtaol from frm tho commission oormilon way wayBroiXKIMI wayarmnrNO waynt01NNINn
BroiXKIMI armnrNO OF t nut il W08K W08KThn WI WIThn c cThe
Thn effort II0rt to aye 10 tho Palisades PnilcM began begana tll
a al Mr Ir Perkins recalled nlc in 1900 JI actually actuallywhen a8llly actuallywhen
when GOY Roosevelt lWoclt appointed appited < i n cora coramimion om earnmission
mission mllln to serve without pay and with withK with11Oer withpower
power K > wer to acquire and hold whatever whatevererritory whateyortlrrltory whateverterritory
territory was 110 necessary along the Pall Palliadee Polin PalJMltel
n Mltel U > for an Interstate park Il rk thereby therebypreserving thomb thombIrvlng therebypreserving
preserving the scenery Il of tire tb Hudsonsescarpment Hudsons Hudsonsescarpment lIucleonItICIIrptllfflt
escarpment Oov Yoorhevs Voorh of Now Nowlersny SowlellllY Newfersey
lersny appointed a similar commission commissionklr
klr Perkins was mode president p ldent of the thoVew thetSew theNew
Sew York commission which consisted consistedof
of himself J Dil Pratt White Ralph Ralphrrautmann Il4lp1tTnalllmann RalphTrautman
rrautmann D MoNeely Stuuffer and andVathan IUIIISatban andNathan
Nathan F Barrett Oov Oo Voorhees named namedAhram MmldAhram namedAbram
Ahram 8 Hewitt Edwin A Steven SlovenFranklin StetnFranklin StevenFranklin
Franklin W Hopkins William A Linn Linnadd Unaand LInDand
and Abram De lamps with Mr Hewitt Hewitta
a U president With the exception of th thvneonelf the thevaesnneles I Iweanelf
vneonelf caused by the death of Mr MrIcwitt MrIlewitt Ir I Inowltt
Icwitt and Mr Trautmann and tho ap appointment apt po popolntmfont ¬
pointment of William B Dana and William WihitamII I III
II 1 Porter P mr the personnel of the coraroluion cora commlulon coinmissions
missions has h remained unchanged unchangedWhen UfldlallltllClWhtll unchangedWhen
When they took up the work with th thdea the I IIdla IIdea
Idea originally of saving only th the Pall Palisade PalllAd ¬ i isartee
sade from destruction by reek Waster Wasterhey b4aaterJthey blistersthey
they had on hand an appropriation aJproprla Oll of of3ooo ofSLns
3ooo 000 from New N Jersey J nty aad 119000 from fromVew IremSew frontNew
Sew York They found that legally legallyorganised le j 1organlaei
organised companies were batting Mutln oHffs oHffson Kon
on land that the companies oomfWI had bought boughtnnd tJOuhtand boughtcoil
and had a right under the taw w to quarry quarryPwo qua quaTwotCIri quarryTwo
Two TwotCIri years previously J tho famous Indian Indianlead IndLannead Indianheed
lead of the Palimdf a above Fort Lea Leamd J JhlMl Leshad
md be been n destroyed ycod by a bUst which was wasseeoad wallaetOftd wassecond
second only Iy In extent to that whisk de destroyed detY81 destrayed ¬
strayed the reek la HeH II u lute The Thoquarrying 1MquuryJnr Thequarrying
quarrying companies were working Hkn Hknleavers Nk Nkfn IScnbeavers
beavers leavers fn asp and dawn n Dm river Iteiy It IteM t trBfJf
eM rBfJf a > gurlLsh UMHrOTI OC a short wtftTl thee when WHttttteyw 11 whenNhey
ttteyw ahIy wettld tM mte ltMeee UterY the eeesery ry from r Pert PertLeetoNysck PertLee j
LeetoNysck LeetoNysckThe Lee 10 yar NyackThe yarThe
The eommUslons 1aaI1IM deeded that K KeeuW the theeeuM Nay Naycould
could stop tM bUsvtng sad acquire HM HMqnorrie tiegoarriee 1 1w
qnorrie H want Us possible to b boy r tie thofa aMor tieface
fa face o 9t tM ottCt and sks tfpwlsa ri rsMi ritWI
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