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I lMtt jrittrrr urer tPP pi 11rn > esri Nomrttmet to t Oe B Dead DeadIMII Prtutt11 Dedill
ill He II l 10 l I nil nes > III II Wife lie Sass Hallle HallleI Ho HoI Ii IiI
I MC II iirirrlt a Murderer Katlly KatllyHH FalI FadlIIu
HH 111 I II l Itat il Hie Ih tenpeaJetl Weapon Weaponp ra1I ra1IDr
p Dr i TviwUII Tn Tv ldl < who hat lu a printing printingami printineIIfr
eIIfr and 1 1 who recently ntlT sent Il enti nt ntlit
4 i > itvMit that Dr Alexander AlexanderItli
lid Itli ivxlall 1 IAII Mho th noted English au auii
o ii i 11 > thn fascinating subjectri subject
a ri t 1 pyphtc science telepathy telepathyiivrmrtlsm 11alhTprPIo tekpathypeflflfl
prPIo peflflfl < nfI iivrmrtlsm and related phi phereHned phiDIfII pb pbm
DIfII m reHned iK ii4 for a special public publicHrtK
1 HrtK arlljj iil Lyceum this thL Hunday HundayMiv
vr I d Miv 1 told the audience that thatrvirt thaiaim thataims
aim aims h rvirt ut of the Carnegie Lyceum Lyceumu
u 1 a M they couldnt see se him himtren himfffI himn
tren fffI n t v rr on a lighted 1I1h stage Ila e Only Onlybut
but I4 jipr 1 M UU m 0 wa visible v lble to the naked nakedtrf
trf JP llf IJ i > t not 1I011h the th doctor himself himselfM
III M t IrTyndall h 1 r Trndall gave 4 the appear appearaac apJlarul
aac ka d t iflivenng Ih i nnl a lecture cture on The TheTnth TheTrJh ThoTrh
> JH Tnth toUt it Spiritualism for what whatN what1IId whatmd
1IId 11 N more than a couple of ofhe ofOW1lo ofoutp
OW1lo A11 he h then th n demonstrated how howMT bowN111 howp1
MT It c or r him to find lost article and andrin androm andrgi
rom don dO ° crimes crimN even to finding the thahxMta thebIdtiHI thebid4en
hxMta t b b1Y > viy o of a murdered man and the thedeadly IhedNdly theflMd
flMd deadly weapon pon The gifted giftedeven Idfttdalillunan giftedEathhman
alillunan even n went n Into the detail of ofli ofM ofdiiij
diiij < li murderer an a extreme step ttepnry IeprfIf1
nry 1 often oft not taken by professional professionalgg proflonahuntra professionalhmters
gg > e hunters huntersPr
Pr MclvorTyndall Iehor Tyndl1l according to his hisofd l lCLod hiscsd
CLod m editor of a psychle magazine magazinepv macariMroijobt magarineh4thMI
pv roijobt h4thMI thed every Wryllttll little while and an edu eduistor Iduiatot du1tot
istor along the truths of psyohlo science scienceteacher Icltn Icltnr scienceesdr
teacher r of new thought and metaphysics metaphysicsEven
I Even E n though the th psychio was invisible invisibleirhi
I irhi h moving alnut the lobby talking talkingta
1 to THE Srx Sr reporter counting the house housesail housecJ
sail cJ vaMonally stopping in front of an anice anlet ance
ice water tank that would appear along alongthe
the tII t1 wall 1111 lI every rt time one looked toward towardwht towardht towardwht
wht seemed mfd to lie 1 a certain rtain spot one oneMoir oneOuk1 oneeeV
Moir Ouk1 see even before the lecture lecturet ItCturetln lecturetan
t tan n that judging from the appear appearaare aprrlit appearLece
lit of what laymen would u1d suppose to tote tot tote
te t the 111 doctor he h could he no ordinary ordinaryman
man He II lies much mue over six Ix feet f t strong strongfeatured IItronIMltlrt strongfeatured
featured t and of a graceful slimness IUmn of ofline ofbu ofhac
line that Is mathetically corrected by a agreat atoAt arrat
great rrat outspread fan of hair that brine brineback brinp bringstaclt
back memories of mist of wistaria in infir Inri1 infLr
fir Nippon NipponThe
The 11 doctor showed the th reporter a letter letterrT
rT ientiflcatlon he h carrieit his only hope hopeof
of r salvation he h says y from being burled burleda burl burlTh
a ve The letter UAldreMed to Ex Examining Exam Exatntntng ¬
amining am nine Physicians ireetings OUn and dl dleot iiiIOOt dlct
eot that wherever h he may be found ap apparently apIIupntly apparontly ¬
parently deol no attention at fIlion > l > e Ialll iaid to the theiihmonisnoti Ih IhIhmomenoll thethiomnon
iihmonisnoti Ihmomenoll Often Oh he h goes into trarceA trarcestor trarceAIIr
tor IIr day the th psychic explained during duringwhich duringwiuch
which time he h respond romII to non of the theM th thIor thntlflo
M ntlflo testa for life and he feels fff that thatit thatwould
it I would be unjust In ierform auto allloli alllolin ii t tm
m n him t m unlnw unl as the Ih letter states 1t1 In Iniullcahl Ina Intallce
iullcahl tallce a 11M h his wifeconsists wifeconsistsThe wU OOIWflI OOIWflITh corwntaThe
The Th interchongeihlenes of word wordmean wonmln wordmen
mean ings It was learned from th thxtor thlIor the the1or
< < < xtor in just a patter of polite conver converitnn ronvraion conver5LOfl
itnn in the th lobby while the th lAdy au auuenc 1111n auuene
uenc n was aeeemblini constitutes one oneIhe on onef
f tIe 11 chief devices of all philosophers philoftopherf rhllOlOOphrll1ronAihIUty
f irr ponslbllity and we w should avoid oit
The designs of the th cross and i tar otIt starwitural > tarMtural
t < Mtural key you 011 know to the th science sciencer
r meanings mhlnjtllno are fashioned according altOnt nlC nlCcOIImo
lie h rcxraonoietic cOIImo jllc principle that one oneTirat on onral onnrat
< Tirat ral principle by which all natural naturali naturalIOInen4
i i iomena u are manifested I I
If r niivoriynoaii nann I even negun negunciture IltunI
I 4 citure ldU yet but in a littl while he heout h h11I heruIe
< 11I ruIe out upon the stage to a patter of ofMPauM ofalpa11Ao ofIplal
MPauM Iplal which grew w in volume when a aithful ajll1f attuful
ithful jll1f 1 member of the Order of Iron Ironfn lroanld
cvuit fn nld < t the tll 1101 y ushers uah union had seated seateda seatedurge tld tldr
a urge rt r lady r in light blue In the M 1 row rowrnnhaAd rowrnnllnd rowtflhafld
rnnhaAd worked commendably through througbthe
I the lecture ftu and nd demonrations demonrationsM
ow M the < wmniitten mRlitt of a dozen or mOt morriind mOtOl moretiad
Ol iind alld women whowvnt who went up on the tbeaa tbeaaor stag stagvr gtag1r
vr or to blindfoltl the psychic psychicC appear a
C The 6ommitte mmill hou l oiiilit 1at oopi oopibedoctors coplbe o3iea o3ieabedoetces
bedoctors be dlJC1r magaxine IM zlM en N OfW > wThought wThoughtTOII Thfllithtt
t ti TOII Oil realize liz th the n nn newness wn of time timei
114 1 f 1 e eloquent Iwttirfr you YOIIlit we wer we4Ij
r > 4Ij u tlm lit newne < w of life lir Perhaps some somevou somivu
> vou 1 ilo tt not tntoh llii this meowtRe Just Juntyour Justyour < t tyour
your eyes ty for a moment and you youThe youS youThe
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The 111 doctor covered coon hi hill fare f with hw b bI hisiin < >
1 iin > 1 and leaned forward for a moment
11 Ii Imwed ho had tits Iji elliows resting Unjt on onv oniflM
v r fi fIdoo > fi of the II unspnncuie Dl rays from the themtllghu thetlllthlA thentIIghts
mtllghu All 11 the 11 au audience < n > rtce closed dOtlOOVN her herVBS briss
VBS iss for or the moment also A deep p sigh sighhroughoiit IIihroughollt sigh4roughotit
hroughoiit the tli darkened Ivceiun finally finallyowed finanowld
owed that the doctor finally flnall had got h hi hir his hisr < s sw
r > w seage > age of the ntxrnms of time and life lifeTOM Iii lif11I Iiiw1ea
11I w1ea TOM the footllghtJi footllghtJiI
01 I dont claim lye got a corner on ontrjth on2th I
trjth 2th continued ron l1uld the tb lecturer J modwtly modwtlyjut
jut ut I do know that sHrituaUsni 1 > is I rauiun rauiundnMnrxl miAunQnoIond nuisun1riiinnd
dnMnrxl Now it Is true tn that the tll broader broaderte
te t tM mind the narrower it become I Every Everyow treryupBJ Ivsrywpaper
ow upBJ p er per writer out of a job ridicule ridiculeH rid ridkuulrarinuuialism UIM UIMorlnlllAliNn
H orlnlllAliNn intiuuism and so III fln ftllllll U a ready sal MIlo for forwork forwork forS
S work ApplauM < No n respectable respectableiter rwo respectableviter e eII
viter iter II will 11 take part in the Iii spiritualistic spjntuatuttofttiifntionft spiritualistictstuitatioM tie tieIIIfKliollllllOlnUm
< fttiifntionft IIIfKliollllllOlnUm sometime conducted All AllrwfjMii AUIIfl Allrwepqi
rwfjMii IIfl r writer need DIIa is a dark room a aMT aq
q MT ojrl 4I 1 cant para p phraiwe and tots lot of lime limeLiM limeLh
LiM 101 > n their own work and not an editor editorivf editorfuii liwrUflir
ivf fuii UM their work workare
tl are Sr h hoortt s n or w WH arent nt otated the then
It 4 r AI n he pounded heavily on the theeth Ib IbI theI
> I It eth IhHf r olf If warn not here hereTI hoora bertare
TI a are rH mil t so what are we w doing
1 11 I I r irimofolul o ii4 of old used 11111I to tnseylneeet tnseylneeetI say y In effect effectunned rrfOCl1n1
> I unned people Hut why not notact noth
h 4i < act 11 that theres UfIT a m me and andH
I H u h are you What hat are you your
I r fc rhlnkingl Have you YOllover YOlloverI ever everI
I F a ar gi t a ar
r ilrrt r told his audience that thatwh thAIJ thatittt
wh J ri tIO elIrun4e nrin 11 < was vikible vll ibll < to them themtill
Iji t till 1 fjrHi I mem with the statement utatomentiin tattm
iin I oIl ul I ra n perfect right to sea any anync any1If anytuil
nc 1If 1 01 Al tuil renifinber what you youM 011 011VI
M l is vrii VI iwn n M eeiflg mat He concluded concludedt tl clud1 clud1f
4 f t a young III man d dad ai for forw
I Pt of 1 111119 liii hu listen vlollllng vlollllngy vlsin vlsinI
I w y Everything is all allr a aman
r 1 < una man m the Ih doctor says saysi 55 55kjiiuig
0 i killing up his hi rtudlmi lUdl in inia ini
ia i 1 electricity trhil in the th Un Uni
a i i a t primisel > r miM mi ti trut our I lif lifi life lifetrttwt
i iinihwi with I I a wonderful wonderfulUil wonlflrrul11oIu1 woniterfultpliuiseJ
11oIu1 tpliuiseJeiiI
I Uil IV I sr 11I00 > me young mm and sndni andns
ni ns got a committee of ofJ I
J I 1 a < in itme on In the stage at ati
i < t is dividing the Ih audience audiencefttHp audllflooP I
> P fttHp 0 ° 1 pmiier and the Ih or orIM orelrl orIs
IM girl irI In < n dove color led ledvtc I II ledftyen
vtc ftyen < fl I > r an Klkwhlle Hlk whU a pianist pUnlstIeiiitiK plAnitltlftll
IeiiitiK I tog lftll Star > tar with ii mill millhirM milltl mlIlPirunfallthepsychio
< hirM tl Pirunfallthepsychio Pirunfallthepsychior of r all lllhe the psyehio psyehiov
v r wHiM 11 IKIXB If one II member memberi
I i iiMteh 1 a hook k on the tliei I I
i 4 11 INK 1 among It whet was wasl Wallttlfll wasai0
l tin ami town th thurn the i arm of ofIvtKUII ofot ofII4rI
II4rI II4rIfyti4sl ot otII
II IvtKUII I IIiotU in tIe fc meintlme meintlmek
0 k I r th I the WMBS WMl with hU hUfr
J I 111 eti fr forth rth and nd go goniwl COP
P 0 IIIf end Nod not notHI
1 s l HI i lh girl who had hadll hadtII
11 ll thin h time too 1 h hIIIIr he herikrtebief t tixlbrrrbier
> ixlbrrrbier tied tightly tightlyI tightiIIIhiaeyeii
I IIIhiaeyeii i l hM > lMt lMtt Ibats IbatsU Ibatsi Ibatsi
esI t hnitllt hnitlltI
1 a i Hi ii fieyrhir YhM lowited 1001 the thex Ih IhI thetrt
U I II our portly ennealMtl ennealMtlI Icwt
I r i oeIl x jlol l < Innate h hr r h hPHI hn hnI hirni I
I PHI up anti an < I down the thewntrng IheI thenruting
I wntrng n t fllt pitifully and andintmU andtII
i k tII > intmU ntrnlsdtwn down from his hisHagn hilit
i Hagn llt A youthful youthfulmmittix flIthrul flIthrulmrntI
t
t
mmittix wearing weirngisdin a din dinduring dinL
r L IlftorIIIIIn tIeilottnrasistancernestly IlftorIIIIInlIy
rnestly lIy during the th sub subralie 1111 1111rnwlnltlen subilny
rnwlnltlen ralie s th4tthe th4ttheasked tM Ihf Ihfklft
ilny asked klft thin thillpr thillprrav jwr jwrI twr twri
I i snr rav times to Fade FadeHIM fad fadIII tatleUt
III I HIM 1 Ut drms suiC awl the theT
It
ItII II l I T r had I 1oatAd ooau d the Ih girl girlh girlwould
t f > h would prewirtlier prewirtlierH present her r
1 h4 H Imnk en th the stage stageiwn stageI 101 9
I I J iwn h he sail itl whieh whiehnalM whlebal
nalM i al OB palmlftiT palmlftiTl
l esry ry grateful rlil even evenI n ni
i gt t I r had explained Out Outi
i < h book but oaly Ma MaaD ifa1
t aD e I Iiip Iwal
wal iip 1 it to toc recover fre fr
irjL4 c i l lt M44ng iii iiiI
I t
I Ithe
Every successful effort must bear bearthe bearthe
the indelible stamp of purpose purposeMARQUISE purposeU purposeMAIUISE
MARQUISE U lIA MAIUISECIonErrrs QUISE QUISECIGA
CIGARETTES CIGARETTESof CIGA TJS TJSof
of a vintage are the result of ° f honest purpose purposeto
to furnish a superior product
T
the th task of showing how easily he can I I
describe a murder he h has h not seen n and andthen andthtn andthen
then find the body of the th murdermi man manand I1I4Dallllllle tunasuit
and allllllle the murderer m murdererThe urderTh
The Th dinner coated assistant Itanl blind ¬
folded the doctor again 1n and led IfIC him oI the thestage IheIAIt thestage
stage IAIt It U E Then the assistant re returned fittunltd returned ¬
turned and had the committee help him himcommit himcommit himcommIt
commit murder on one of Its It members in inpantomime Inpnlomltnl inpantomime
pantomime and conceal the deadly pen fWn1 fWn1kl ¬ I Iknife
knife kl fl in the pocket of another member memberof
of the th committee The assistant went wnntoff Wenloft wentoff
off stage after the doctor but soon 1OOQ1td led him himinto himInto hImInto
into the light lI ht panting He U found the themurderer themurdellr themurderer
murderer the Ih victim and the penknife penknifequicker ptonknlfquicktr penknifenuicker
quicker than Inspector Russell and Ueut UeutVal Utal LientVal
Val al OFarrell could do the same me thing thingwithout thingwithout I Iwlthoul
without the aid of further assistance assistanceMany assistancelany I
Many other tests were on the doctors doctorsprogramme 1I000loraprocramm uinctorsprogramme
programme but the hour WAIl growing rowlrnrlat I
late lat Be nddM ides the tb strain even to the on onlookers onIooknI onlookers ¬
lookers was trying Iryinltlnumuch Inasmuch as the Ih doc doctor cloclor doetor ¬
tor early announced that he simply simplyoouldnt I Icouldnt j
couldnt do anything of scientific value valueunless valueunless Iue
unless IInl everybody In the Lyceum roncen1 ronCfOn ronCfOntralld concentinted I
tinted his mind on the Crimea and the thebidden thehidden thehidden
hidden articles artlclMEnlIUn articlesEDVUXDI
I
EnlIUn FORESEES DEFEAT DEFEATtnless DEFEITLnlesa
I
tnless lnl the Party Bttrk to Hi It Platform Platformen
on Railroad Traffic Agreement AgreementExSenator AgreementsEz8enator Cfflmrn CfflmrnEx I
ExSenator Ex nator Ueorge F Edmunds of ofVermont ofennont ofVermont
Vermont who has for some time past pasttaen puthNon pastbeen
been seoklnir klnll rMitsml tnd recreation at atAlken Aiken
nnm n nmn
8 C predict in an open n letter to an okl oklTriend nkfrltnd oklfriend
friend John A Htelcher editor of Lt IAII IAIItfuJrt LdHerthr litt littIftrAir
IftrAir rthr the election of a Democratic IVmocratlcHouse lfOmotTllticIfouatl Democratichouse
House of llepresentativei this year unless unlessthe IInlfNIh tinleesthe
the Ih Republican party carries out Its Itspledgee It ItJllflClglS itspledges
pledges in reference to the th traffic agree agreemerits j jmenta j 1 imlnla
merits between the railroads of th thcountry tilt theonuntry <
I
country He says saysI IIA I II
I most earnestly wish that our party rart1will partywill I Iwill j J
will fulfil its I obligations to obey ourj ourjplatform our ourplatform
platform of the lost election in rrspectl rrspectlo respect fItt fIttto I Ito
to o the antitrust law Ia To do that you YOIII youwill I Iwill I
will III see if you carefully read It on that thatubjed I Isubject
subject that it cannot pass tIle tll seventh seurenthsection J Jsection i I
section tlon of the proftosed pro ioeed I railroad bill in inanv Inany in1 in1any
any form that It has haII yet been presented presentedn
In n by our party leaders and that if paiMKiJ paiMKiJn I IIn Iin I
In n that form it will 111 be a distinct and lure lurefaced INlffactd liarsfaced
faced violation of its it declarations which sutuiebwere i iwere i iwOre
were that the Interstate commerce Uw Uwshould lawhould Lwshould
should bt amended so as to t authorise authorisewith 8UlhorI7wilh suthori7ewith
with the th approval of the Interstate I ntrat t Com Commerce Commree Corninerts ¬
merce Commission railway operators operatorso j pto
10 o make traffic arrangements arrall IIIII but pn pnerring priserving
erring the frineirte principle of keeping up com comrvtiti romlIlnn cerniiitin
rvtiti iiitin < lIlnn < ui nod AJH nnlv sutlionrtni aulhor lnlt srrance
menls i i i that h tb should k not i be Innri In restraint tetraIntof tetraIntoftrade llrt of oftrade ofIrati
trade 1 m sorrowfully expecting 1IItin that thatIf
If we do not hold to that we shall nor certainly nortalnly ctrtainly ¬
tainly to Iooon a majority in tie tlt next lions HouMtof Jlou Jlouof
of Representative and I think In audi srnha
a case we should deserve It It1he it1he itlbs
1he substance of the p4tfnn via form was In Inthee Intta Inthis
thee this rmiiecu that lAi the traffic arrange arrangements arranlmftlla arraniements ¬
ments should be lawful lawfulu as the U law l w now nowand is isand isand
and that It never thought of leaving IHvl l to toany 10anyelhnalve toany
any anyelhnalve extensive authority bowmcr er trust trustworthy Infllli Infllliworthy treatworthy ¬
worthy the th power to decide what hal should shouldor I Ior
or should not be criminal under the Ih IhIriliut re reMruiut restruiUt
Mruiut of trade law Ia 1 do tb nut MIVM MIVMi Isliethat Ii t tthat
i that it single 1n1 instance ran Iw t shown > in inwhich IIIllIrh uswhirls
which an n honest and < ut tram arrange arrangement arrall arralllIInl arraligemenu ¬
menu h hn < wi be booon n made which hld would viuUlH viuUlHthe viuktsthe
the th la tw r as it stands U IIll1llI there i IA I ultmiki ultmikilikt stiouikitil ouk oukhi
likt hi to l have v the lit public sue a copy t I ot it itHits III Ithue
Hits I hi is an open letter aDd I hope you OU will willprint willriflt 111 111rlnt
print rlnt it
SIHT si r jfiMivKs 11 iItIIIXEStIt 1 II Ii ran ranOr m CII IUITI IUITIfir TJ TJUr
Or MaIw > la > lie for Frauil New rt Idea of M Skier Ioitlrandld Skiertsnitklr trr trrfanilkle
fanilkle andld > u ow In Parl Jail JailIffttHI Jailsp 11
IffttHI sp fuUr a IHtU 11 lo 0 Till III < Mx Mxrints MSPanic II IIPAlltll
Panic May JI Smter SI tandKle who whowas wooWaA whowas
was arrested on FridAy for swindling swindlingpu ewiodhagfvtMwi lt ltrI
pu rI ed Sunday in jail JAIIIryiRIC JAIIIryiRICII prayingIt praying irayingIt
It has bal lie been n disoiivered d Yt that she order ordera ordereda fl fla >
a hundred slot maebtoe which sh II uNit hnililaced hlulpaCf uNitplaeeui
ilaced paCf < lln in the Ih streets in country OOi Itt7 town to totbal nt nthat Sf Sfthat
hat charit charitable i > l per0 IIffItOfIA co rouJiJ W drop > rouse enMwnto ltJtftlInlo rouseinto
into them for the th IHlrpo jrp w of aw a11ft a11ftth aietiogthe me methe
the th Kuvre Ormesson the th ehant ehanki4e li4e li4eganimtion or organisstlon r rpnimtfon
ganimtion which k sfl she n founded foundedTJie rnund1Ti foundedlItres
TJie Ti lItres x raaehlne liro brought ight M ifl a porKwdfr porKwdfrab NlDtltfrahl eoneelrali1
ab ahl revenue vf u but they y w were r never I piuiul piuiulfor H Hfor
for Her fiaanctal ft secretary fIry w taking kklRItholiday n nholiilay usholiday
holiday in England igl ml mlments pendwig nd fl de tIeVeI4II tIeVeI4IImfnts f fmlnlA
ments mentsKIOT mlnlAnmr mfntsRIOT
RIOT MKttjrilK mlw lEItrii Till tOMMISK tOMMISKPart ttiiiu ttiiiuPatti
Part Police Po 11M llatlrr Anarrhltt StWPch StWPchmakers > Meeh 1Hbmlrlll Meehmakrrs
makrrs In Mont ont Parna Parnaise rna e > mrlrr courterpatuS mrlrrKfUM rlrr rlrr4pftWI >
KfUM CMIt DespairS 1 t 11 to < Till M MPABIII IW IWPARII MuPanic
PABIII May 32 2 Many w whll wit l played lay1acth > > y l an anactive sinactive
active role r in the Commune of f l 111 l wifit wifitU
U to tlie Iii Mont Parna Paroases e Cemetery ntry tii thamon ths thsafternoon s safternoon
afternoon to dex deposit sit wreaths tin n the th wi wim lIlfImn tuiimn
m mn > n grave where hundreds < l of utCommunists r tii tiiCommunbto t tCumlllllnhtA
Communbto were buried They mni mnl1 mnl1JTtI usurtliulrid l lred
of their nurntx md mdInlUmmittory muleInllatnmittOrl fl
red flags and nd some lJIo I IIfllarnIItorY
InlUmmittory si llfOfCh > eeches eub tliltlitl cisluigising ii4Bg OIC the theCommune UI theCommune I ICommlln I
Commune CommuneThe i iThe
The police tOlI intervened and A a s sfollowed fIIlm fIIlmflluw wiimefollowed I
followed flluw In which hidll a numlwr 1111 ml IOtr of Ui tutu de destrantH 1IIKlII ilernorsetrauits 1IIKlIItrant
strantH trant r Jfh1 ceive < t broken hrok hnuU hnuUA hmclnllmllfr hesisiA I
A number of r arrwl arrwlThe were IIIaIte IIIaIteThf matteTiuf
The heather nralhrrIU Ihr IhrYar
Yar JIIN1I1ffl IU < l and d < lowllf romlltlon 111M 111MuN ftr ftrT Pr PrsaHd
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head formed the nucleus of his hisfortune hlafortune hi hifortune
fortune left to Wyman by his hi father fatherNolody falbrohodyln fatherNobody I
Nobody in Princeton knows what hal the bulk bulkof bulkof i iof
of his property amounted to outside of ofEssex ofFx ofFssez
Essex county and few f ventured to guesa guesaat gutllllaUt
at aUt it
aUtI itDean
Dean West heard of Mr Wymana Wymanadeath WymandtTllth Wymansdeath
death on last Wednesday He left for forBoston foroaton forBoston
Boston two day later and Is still there thereHe thtreII therelie
He II will return to Princeton on Tuesday TuesdayThe I IThe IThe
The development of Princeton Oradu Graduate ¬
ate lit School hool has been Dean Wests pet petproject f1proJfct petproject
project for yenta 1M In 190 1110II he h had an offer overof I Iof Iof
of the th presidency of the th Massachusetts MassachusettsInstitute Mneaachuattsloatitute
Institute of Technology when 1IAMaChUltUAI President PresidentPritchett PIlaIdtnilrilchflU PresidentPritchett
Pritchett withdrew to head the Carnegie CarnegieFoundation Camtttleollndation CarnegieFoundation
Foundation The TlI trustees lfUIIl of Princeton Princetonat
at that time pas pa1 ed a resolution asking askingthat lI11klnltthllt aekthgthat
that he h maintain hi his place here and the thegraduate tb tblCdIl41 thegraduates
graduate took the th same m stand He II de decided d dcidttl deciuluti ¬
cided lo stick by hl hie pet Idea Id When WhenMr WhnIr VhenMr
Mr Ir Procter withdrew his offer he h was wasbitterly WillbUtlrl1 washitterly
bitterly di dillr disappointed ap fIOlIlIltt > > omted for he b had hoped hopedthat hopldtbt hopedthat
that it was W the means of attaining attalr njt his
ambition ambitionI
01 I talked to a nun today about the theOrnduate th thOmduatl theiruduato
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Ornduate School said Id a professor who whotook whotook whotook
took a diitinctlr proWest stand in the thecontroversy therontroVfy th thtOfltrcflcrcy
controversy over the th Procter offer with wllhwhom withwhom i ij
whom I havent diMHimted tli thu subject In Inclx
six Ix months This man a professor here hf herehAul i ihad IhId
had fought against 11 < the Ih acceptance u ptnfl of ofj ofMr
Mr Ir Procters gift but he h told me III today lodaythat todaytut
that he was w mighty glad about the lit Wyman Wymanlegacy Wymanlegacy I
11 legacy < a 1 and Irs conlidence that it itwould itwoulsi i
would heal all the I old sores soresArchibald 100 100Archlhhl soresArchibald
Archibald I KIIM 111111 a trustee said uidthat
that the tll gift was Marrling and he h won Wontiereat
dered < llf If the news 111 wasnt W too good lo bo botrue btoIn betrue
true In
trueTb
Thw Ch trustee living in Princeton who whowas whowas ho hoWRII
was most clow mouthed al about > out the th mat matter nlAltr mattsr ¬
ter was Moses r Ta laylor I ay lor < r Pyne YII who gave out outan oulan I Ian
an emphatic IMtic statement at the th time of the thewithdrawal lh lhwtllH1Nwal thewttlelrawnl
withdrawal of the th Procter offer Mr MrPynx MrPyne Ir Ir11n
Pynx said he h couldnt talk about the Ih be bequest 1 1qu hequest ¬
quest qu llt until he knew kll the facts at first firsthand ItIIIhatH rwt rwthand
hand Others Utll ra from preceptors J up ex expressed cxpreseest x xpflllol ¬
pressed themselves an tremendous tm doueIY I
t pleased pleasedj J I Ifloino
j Ikwrox May M1i 1 r A visit v t to Salem Salemtonlay Saltmtod salem14slay
tonlay tod wa not productive of any more moredefinite moreclflnIlfI moreiieflnts
definite information as to the size zai of the thebeqtkwt thebooqa1 thebequest
bequest made to Princeton University Universityby
by yl Isaac ttaitnrey I Wyman M who died diedIn
In that city on last Wednesday morning morningat
at the t age jt1 of si 3 and who was buried burlldIIntayarlrnoon yes yesterday yestsrday ¬
terday IIntayarlrnoon afternoon In the th family plot acrom acromthe a ath aert aertthe
the th M Mart14iuusl 1rlIJolfII4IllantI4n rMi vul lioundarrllne line The TIt lion lionJohn lionI
I John M I lUymnnd exMayor Il11 of Salem Salemand Slfomi
i and M MVH out < < of of f tip II iimt tIiStfSS t ii named by Mr MrVvmnn MtVvman r rWman
Vvmnn t to o < > IW 11Il1f1l IH < th I this h v vol t estate tal was not nolwlillnlt notwiiling
1 willing to HIV 141 an iliiiiate IIIIUIl of the It value of oftli ofII oflb
tli II tltOltoJlv > roj Ttv tuit t m tw expre lSpri4SfM1 < il 1 it itthrx I Iol t tttsurs
ol thrx an ar suits 1 inilli IllI milirns mi ain alll > l4 for the theI Ih IhI thenetk
I I tHxd kr of tin lIIhW itnultuilf ii rolk rolkI > l I II n nMr
I Mr Ir Raymond layll did 111 nut ot rare 0 to say y if ifthe ifthu
the 11 sum Alm woittd wnlll rwuh fh 111Mf itUlflfl Wtt onrt for the thermwxi Ih therouwu
rmwxi 1 that ll l he 4ouu t I > p not I know k w exactly exactlyhim IxI eaaetlyhe4f
him hl he4f < v4f f KI wl It will 1 I ls tmfHMMililo iRnl to make makeanything makaythfi makeI
I anything aythfi Itkn hk a n fH onrreot > rre < n estimate 1 until untilhave IInulalro untilnplrwuorc
alro nplrwuorc have t l Itoen n iifx uipo4nktl ln1 > intel and l the theKven th thl thelIiiperty
1 1tv
l lIiiperty ilvfll
Kven tv wto O H o of itt Princeton Ilt alumni alumniItepnalioul allmni allmni1n11 alumni1eriiahusit
Itepnalioul not ahogethor cl ciar ciarwhether
1n11 are sir alIIJ c ar arwhHker
whether there t ut i any ty siy iNottnetkin clit between betweenthe
the th Prifeeton 1 Urdut iraduat Sehwd S1 and a a aKmdtuht a011 agnvluaie
Kmdtuht pntl 011 tv9iegs gM 0 f IVitMnton liO tlMver tlMverMty eAv eAvty tniverMty
Mty ty 1 Ui > > Wy Wyitian in estate ut M 0 left I fl to the theloWif th thereiiiats
reiiiats loWif f nr o iimfMMnl 11 graduate gnuliutnof 111 111fl
fl eolb of 0 Intx Irmvtnui tnn tiMverHty LIVtY and amiMr andr andMr
Mr r KuvitHMid H wihl il today Ily that Ill the I mnn IIy IIywi money moneyI y
1 I will wi i > e etjwiiitul f M < l d f fr r tb i H Hr rx > w of the thegrmdiute I thegreutsiute
grmdiute 11111 oi Oftj uolkge J1eBe lh I thus j4as > kiw of wi which 4i ar arm a aHII are areustihsieui
ustihsieui HII in Dmut 1 W Wests eMs hook Mich lMh pUrm pUrml I i4tnehevieg > I
I Ivi hevieg l i KMKwl 1 by lr UH t lri Irr trustees trusteesI u < es esof
I of 0 th I iimvHr IV ty He I natd 1 Mr Ir Wyman Wymantwo rln
two I was th tlnroy thoroughly DHithly in I nytnfMihy with withWesfw wlh l levi leviVuee f
Wesfw MlMuM 1 anti it I wa for f the theof I lit purpose purposeui IIt IItlo
lo of furthering frrIK them th that Iw h I he rnulfl 1 the li l lwill 1alOI1 be be11sss >
11sss t alOI1 auihoigh 1 s4uw th thf will wi was en cxeiutel
01 eiutel 1 IKS I last IIt July the I Provtvr IrIr Rift la bouts bemwithdrawn I boutswithdrawn PI PIwilhdrawn
withdrawn withdrawnTim wilhdrawnT
Tim T e tr txri rt wording Wflli1 of th li the will wil in refer reference refertsnce rrr rrrP ¬
ence P to th II nut 1tl ruvnr IT w 1 that lht the th citale 1 hiill AhullI sholllie hiillIw
Iw I deviMnl I and ai 1111t1 auitdisl > pli l for thx evtab evtabIwbtng eitabI IAh IAhhIRK
I Iwbtng hIRK and a1 uuiiiiKMianiw IilIPllll unit Iltl develop developtnunt vlol vlolUt
tnunt Ut or aklme IId I in II any ay wav the th tnixtem tnixtemiktni trttstceup Il IlI
I iktni m l Iewt > t til Iradimtn Irallal Iollegn I or the th thIloul thepruie8i
Iloul pruie8i > ru i > il 1 iradiwto r8Ille Collegn lnlll ollei of Prino lrinOlol lrinovton lrinovtonUniversity > > toii toiiUniversity
I University Unhly whtcii tin t the tni tnlt tnistru4 tn H of said saidumtersity 11c talulunhsereity
umtersity 111ly ll tia liavi ilviMil tl 1 and Nll sanction sanctionaixl IMelon1 sanetiusrueui sanetiusrueuiand
and 8111 sn ar now 10W carrvmg Arvllllt Intoeffert InllrO to liocomx liocomxu
I u I liarI Kirt on of I COst Id unlviriiity th thy y In pay payover IYI payuuer
I over Opr trom time I inl to U tune for ro such m object ohJf olijecttist i ith
th I l HiMi t MM I a wine w administration dmllbtrAllon al aliiYi f fhU fhi
hU hi i istati iat 11 may warrant Wllrralt for curb Ih ufc u liars and IInl i
Jirlewsu i > uri > e iw an Kf now uo or may hereafter hereafterti hrllr hrllrt
ti rur nftcniiHied t liy ly the till trustees tf of Prince Princeton Irin Irint ¬
ton t Imverslty nlvly m il enlarging flrjinc and Nll extend extendbig exicoillog xII xIIkilt
big th tb < power UM 1flllt usefulnsie > fuln M and ad higher higherwnif h1lhr h1lhrrvln higheriwrviri
wnif rvln and schr Italhlll trfsuu4areiip > an > ilp of said Mdllnllnl university universitythnxtgh universitythrough
through thrlilth o sakI hl nrAuato Iraduatn College CollegeTim toII alkgeThe
Tim TI will wi apparently lfonlly given Ilv Van IJ West Westand Wft WftII1 Westiuiul
and II1 Mr Itnymoml ILYIIn1 sole 1 authority to d dttni tie tieteriokic > v vtcniitno
tcniitno ttni eliot whlt uses thus Ih fund shall h > he put putto putto
to imd Meini to htrengthen MIII Ihwm 1U Wmts Wmtspc WMt1 Vusutiipitlon 111 111to
pc JI pitlon N it tl Ion In I I he runt cUlmrayhl roversy which hiph has been beenwared Iw teenwagel
wared wflovr over the II iU cllll lllieelkun < ntlon of r segregation segregationat IJllon IJllonal
at Princeton Irlnt 00 Tim Tl Tb dean I wan not no in nalem nalemto fm fmtody Halomtody
to tody iay KO I s far s M could dd lie I learned ItmO Mr MrRuvmnml Mrlbtvmqtinl Ir IrVll
Ruvmnml Vll Mid he b attended atf11 the t funeral funeralof flra
of Mr Ir Wyman WYIIfnIY yesterday went wlnl to Dn IIniitnn IIniitnnlast llt u > n nlast
last night nllhl and I that tlli tin In would wollt sea bun bunagoifi hi himagain
again alKWI on o Monday 101 Inquiries llulr at a the theleading thl thePestling
leading 1111 hotels 111 hero htre failed to And fd the thetleanan Ih IhdfU thedSfuuun
tleanan dfU d I lli licm there re s t seems n lo bw I a general generali Inral Inral1kllhl generalepiuiksi
epiuiksi 1kllhl i thit he h w not no yet I rtxuly 10dT to toanewer toanewerqIleMions answer answerns Awer Awerqlllo
qlllo qIleMions ns of newspaper 11r mm mmHrx 11 menTun
THI Tun Hrx Krr Mr rejmrtw Ilrf rolled If1 at Mr Ir Ray Raymonds Ry Rymo Raymoods
moods nWdctw1 1 which wblfh is only ni a Mtort Mtortiliijuir s1aordedane n ndIA
iliijuir dIA mo from the II home hm of Mr Ir Wyman Wymannml WymannJI Vymaniuil
nml nJI InuitMcl tint I he hail hl gone lOl to t the theWyman I lbsWyman h
Wyman Wym family raly Iiurial bur lot Jt in a vacant n1 514 514eftr fl ld ldNew
New Of eftr by lr starolii a the th Wyman WYJln homestead bomesteadwhero btM homesteadwhere
where wh Isaan 1 was Wa born arid arl < whom tils J ideparents tilsnarenta
parents died 111 when whr he h warn Wi a child 111 < The TheIriirial 1 The1urinl
Iriirial IMI ground allnd following a custom ftom of ofrarly orMrly ofearly
early days dYII when every fr family had h Its Itsown I Iown Itsown
own let on A farm i i is well p bark from the theroad therOld themad
road rOld hidden hldf Uhincl Itl a row of n flowering floweringMan
Man I lHMh hUl tMhfe anti NII other nhnitx IIhrllhl The ThefrmMy J rhofreaddy
>
frmMy made maot mnimd m0111 beneath IMlh whWi Whl the theUMly th thehotly
hotly fry 1ly of Mr I Wyman W1I lied wan WA covered II with withfloral wlh wlhrl withflorid
floral rl pieces among anI them lb being 1111 a stand standtng IIta standleg
leg wreath Wth tied t with Ith the tl orange oll and black blackrUVbon lack lackrJ ldeckyl4twn
rUVbon il of Old CI Vaiwail sisaati 1 nirioiw It orsitups rhildren rhildrensurround cblkll cli lkIrn lkIrnisurimind
surround rJ te I plane and II It was for fear fearthat r rlhl fraythat
that lhl 1 some of p tlte U flowers Row ml IIt mlust ht he djs djsturbed datuyheul I
turbed twh that tt Mr r Raymond Ry walked over overfrom OVt overfrom
from rm M his home II to make r sure that every everylW everything 1
lW t thing hg g wan W tR order orderMr o orderMr
Mr r RsfBtond R talked I aa freely fr as pessi pessiMe pes
Me about the l great ar beouesi IUf tieqi hut f re felt H p that thatthere tt ttt thatthere
there W t was w cvMi 4eahe < er bk h Information nfll1mlO which whichbe hh hhb
be b could o not 1 give iv o 0 osit tt jut JM now n henawn henawnhU heesuisw
hU W w qIpstssst H > os MM t M l a t ic o of
had h not been made mae by b the Probate Prbt Court CourtAll Cu CourtAll
All Al we have hy done doe said Id Mr r Raymond Raymondhas Rod
has h ha been lMn to Ole the will in the Probate ProbateCourt Pbt Probateouri
Court ouri We did this yesterday ytrT just JUt JUtthe aa aathe asthe
the court closed ell for the day dy at noon noonNaturally no noonatunuily
Naturally the te contents otnta of the will wl die dienot dd
not nt become he public publo until unti after afte the funeral funereat flrl flrlat
at 2 oclock oclok when whe we w notified notl Mrs ra Dickin Dickinson Dlokl ¬
son a O the niece nl and a few others otber what whatdisposition whAtdlaplton whatdisposlUon
estate eatateM disposition dlaplton Ie Mr r Wyman Wym had mad mde of hi hieatate bi his hisestate
M 1 have been n Mr Wyman Wynplol Wynplolcll persona personacounsel personal personalcounsel
counsel cll for fo many mY yean yer said Mi Mr Ray Raymond Ry Rymod Baymood ¬
mood mod and by reason r of being blna a nearby nearbyresident nearb nearbresident
resident Ident became home an intimate itmat friend friendHe fred fredle frIonHe
He le was wa a wonderful wonderul man mD and even ee at the thelast thohon thelast
last when hon old ol age had worn wor out his hi hi body bodythe bT bTth bodythe
the th mind wit w al keenly alive aU I saw a him himI hi himlait
I U lait t on Tuesday T y evening evin and while whl he heexpressed beflXP heexpressed
expressed flXP the opinion opinio that lbt be was going golnito rln rlnto
to have bv a oomfortbale ofortb1 night he diet dietwithin die diedwithin
within withi six hours bour Up U to within wthi two tw twodaysofbisdeathhe
days dT daysofbisdeathhe of bis death deth he opened oped openedahlbia all al his hi mat matand ml malland
and gave pdlllo directions directionsHe direction11e
lad He 119 was WA alxmt during durin the spring anc ancoccasionally and andoloally andoocasionally
occasionally went down dow town tow and when whenAnally wht whenfinally
Anally On liT he had I to take tk to hla bed b he told toldme toldme toldme
me he h did not have hae the slightest UhI pain Im Imfelt but bUIfth butfelt
felt bodily bilT tired tln It was w simply am ply a p case O o odeath or ordtth ofdeath
death dtth due to old ace aceMr ageMr
ale aler
Mr r Raymond Hayond did not want to give any
definite Information Inforton regarding IprdinC the Ive realt realtholdinga NltT retaity
holdings hold In Ita of Mr Ir Wyman He le said ud there therewan therewu therewas
wan considerable conaidtrable personal Jllnal property In Instocks i instocks
stocks Itook and bonds bndll and cash o propr In various variouslianks vrloUil vrloUilhanb variousbank
bank When hen asked ukt If I there was w a million millionin mlUon mlUonIn
in cash or Ita Ia It equivalent uant Mr Ir Raymond Raymondsmiled UaymOdamUI Raymondamiled
smiled amUI and said ald
There Is I ample money on hand now nowfor nowror nowfor
for the needs n 1 of the th Graduate Gradute College CollegeThere CollegeThere 01t1
There will l be no n haste hle in disposing dpla of the therealty therlly therealty
realty and aJd it will Wll probably prbbl be years ye be before t hefore ¬
fore the tfl executor ttUI finish fl the th administra administration amlnilr ¬
lion 1on of the th estate ratateThere Mlatlf estateThere
There lf are a miles miM of land lying ITlnf along alon the theshore Ih IhMorln theshore
shore in Halem Im and n1 Marblehead ahllfla that lhaland lhalandIn stand standIn
In the Ihl th name lam of Mr r Wyman Most Ol of it ithas 1 Ithag
has h increased Inrr1 in I value valu tenfold since Iln he heacquired heaulrtd heacquirrdtitlelolt
acquired acquirrdtitlelolt titleto til10 it He le Heowned owned ow whole whl town townships tw townahi1ie ¬
ships Mi of wild wid land In Maine an of uncertain uncertainvalue uoOrtaln uoOrtalnvll unoeraIavalise
value vll A coal cl mine mil in Colorado C rao with wth withonnnictlng a aconnecting aonnflnl
connecting onnflnl railroad rair which whlo have hae been beenoperated t beanoperated
operated npralr profitably for yean ya are among amongthn a amongthe
the lh ponseMiions fIO Prot Plrlyln Property > eny in Lynn Lyn valued valuedat nlut
at nearly UairnO w office om buildings hlildinp In Bos Boston B Doton ¬
ton and An real estate tl in Worcester Wolttr and andSpringfield andSpringfheld nd ndSprinctld
Springfield Sprinctld are a in his name nameMr nam3lr nunMr
Mr 3lr Raymond desired d111 to correct nl the theimpression theImprlon theimpression
impression that tt his hl ht friend rrfnt held title ttle to
bruit lntln in every evl State in the th Union UnionHedid VnionU Union11e
Hedid U 11e did own land In six lx x or onn seven States Statessaid Rlat Statessaid
said 11d the th trustee tmt and a I at some am time tt he henwned h hiowned
owned 0 property In foreign rOfllc countries countriesAs oountriAa
As A for the tl report pn that tha Mr MrWyznan Ir Wyman W was the therollector thetllr theroiietor
rollector tllr of antiques and owned a won wonderful wnnrrlul wonrierful ¬
antqU a
derful rrlul library 1 this Is II I also alI oR untrue untf His li RI RIIihrar
Hhrmnp lh rvmaiata ni milnlv 11 nf n 1 la AW mnA i lit
tnrical inr11b Iraoks tiookH He li never nsvsrwaa r waa M Mof a collector collectorof an
of rare ra volumes olum but of course fur some 1 of
his hooks hoka are a valuable nlubl As for antiques antiqueswhat anUqU antiqueswhat
what few rfl pieces of old oJ furniture fllmllra he h has hasare ha p parI
are hose IhO J handed bal down to him hm by b his hisancestors biBan p pancestors
ancestors ancestorsi an tor
i i 0 There are a also a few f things which d dscended tie tiecended
i scended Knd through Ihrou a < h his h family famiy such uh uhancnl aa l an anancient I Iancient
ancient ancnl musket mubt and documents dOlnta which
have bn a historical hltoncl a a as well I as personal personali
i value which whih I shall bl probably give Jrn to some somei Im
i I museum Mr Ir Wyman being lnlC a lawyer IaWfr
knew k that an auction aliclOI of personal frnal effects effectsusually eftictaustially 11
usually UAIII followed roloNt In 1IIIIIth such cases a and so 1 he hedenlred h hetiestreul
denlred dlfl to avoid old such a procedure a liy
leaving everything rthlnll in II his hi house Io to me meto meIt meto
to It either ke kp p or dispose till of an I see fit
Some sJm nf the th things Ihln I shall hal keep and the theother theothers fl
other oth I will wil give away as I later decide decideIt dtd a
It I will lie I at least ItI a month before ro the theProlwlH th theProhnt
ProlwlH Pr Court COllr acts a upon upn the th will wl After
Dean Went and an I Mr Ir Raymond llynond have h l teen teenarpointed en enappointed
appointed aI1lw > ntf executors Cilo and a trustees trlll under underthe undrth underthe
the th will wl appraisers aprran will wlI be > named nld to esti estimate esUmats ¬
mate the thl value lu of the estate tat and Mr Ir hay Ravm It haymond t
m mond nd liehevra Ii that an a Inve inventory ntory will wll be
I Hed ttt1 quickly quikly quicklyviii
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NaiMlrlnctiam Hallrlnrham and Int eweaatle WfatI lUtablteh lUtabltehmenu Fitablishmciii tabil
menu mrt mil I He lt Continued Continuedtprrltt iontlnueuIScvMl otnuf
tprrltt rthlt r r puu5 fMA I M 1 T n 115 StW StWfxxr 1 urs1Mcno
fxxr IANO > ov May 1y 33 Th The attitude atllld of King Kn KnnrK <
nrK Wrge toward Itorwraeing horlnlC and his hi in intentions Intnlln intentlons ¬
tentions tnlln In n regard Kllnt thereto have bv been the thesulij IheIIuhjo thesuliject
sulij IIuhjo < > ct nf contradictory coontradlllor speculation speculationThe fUon
The Th FrprtM Frp4 make IkM today the th definite definitestatement d d11ltlnt definitestatement
statement 11ltlnt for which It says it I has b the thehighest thlhlltht thehighest
highest authority authorty that the th King will willprttrnnlm willI1lnnI71 willpsslniniu
prttrnnlm I1lnnI71 racing nllnc on o the Ih same m scale I as did didKing didKlnlt didKing
King Edward FAlwlm This Tl stable at Newmarket Newmarketand Owlrket wmarketsoul
and 1 the th Mud at Sandringham ndrnlhm will wi not be bedUporsed beiFllrFi bedispcriwwl
dUporsed dUporsedXKin dispcriwwlSiIlIICFt
XKin SiIlIICFt iFllrFi irrt ov n iinrnoMtn iinrnoMtnOn nnlnn nnlnnn
On in n the Ih Columbia ant ant the Crilrle King KingKiln IUnert lIngliiarde
Kiln liiarde arils rt l lrmo lrmry enter flat al Honored HonoredMemorial leol IlenoredMemorial
Memorial 1lral services ml for King Knl Edward EdwardVII FAwantI
VII I were held aboard allll the Ih Anchor A liner I linerColiimlisi Ir IrColumil
Columbia Columil from rilaigow Olltow and the Ih White U UStr
Star Str liner Inr Cedric from Liverpool Jvrl both in inyiMterdsy InvtnST Inyesterday
yesterday vtnST Cant Cart apt C A Bartlett Rrtlt of the theoulrio
C ilno drio pnwided pll on bit bllllhJp ship and ad the Rev RY
John McMillan of Philadelphia had
lclln PhlAdlphla ha charge chargeof
ce celor
of the th services rl alxwrd thn Columbia
Cumhl
British Jrthh and American mrl flags np were w dls dlsplayed dl dlplay1 diplayed
played on the Ib ships IIhp in the II saloon III0n and andwireless
wireless il t loaptehes < patct I > ei were sent nt to I ii King Klnl
fieorgH rrl expressing the Ih sympathy of th the
ships 0h1J companies fmrnl for th the rpathy bereavement Ivmfnt of
the tl MiglUh tnjlllh people JJI King Knl fieorge ror < re responded respondel ¬
sponded bv Iy wireless thanking thnklnl the passen passengers paseengets ¬
gets < ra for their Ihfr sympathy sympathym sympathyIIt v
I m n IIt iii4r iii4rItrtf JU 1141 In nnOJO nnOJOJk 1ROlrNIXO 1ROlrNIXODust
Dust Jk and Damn Pm Day no Couldnt edt Control ControlHorse Ccntrllioreris etr1 etr1I
I Horse Io Father alh Let t In I Heine Heinesr rl etneSpeMl
SpeMl fwl CjM 1 II Dtt Ie Tla Tui sr srPAHS S Stw StwPasts
Pasts PUII May n Alfred Alr Nutt Oill an English Englishjournalist Eli Englishjournalist
journalist Jnumlil U years old went driving drivingtoday drvlnc drvlnclay drivingtoday
today lay with 1111 his hi son In who la deaf df and anddumb anddumb anddumb
dumb A short Ihor distance dlno from fr Purls Pr the thefather thefathlr thefather
father handed hand the reins Iln to I the boy boyThe boyThot boyThu
The horses ho bolted bltJ and an dashed du Into Inl the theSeine th theSeine
Seine fln Mr rr Nutt Sui in attempting ttCmpllr to rescue rescuehi I rescuehis
hi hl his son ln was 1 drowned tmwnt but the son In wa warescued w wrMf wasrescued
rescued rMf by others othersThe othc othcTe othersThe
The Te body by has hl ha been bD recovered recoveredsntTn Iv Ivol recoveredSOiT
sntTn ol rnKCE FRt1rF ttAnLV 8nl SHAKE SHAKEHalt SUIE SUIEalh SI1AKEVhats
Halt alh Thrown nl Dvwn n by I earthquake earthquakeRhorksPr Erhue ErhuehlwPee EaflhqnakeheckPeaple
RhorksPr hlwPee heckPeaple ple Mori D Abnr AlarmedtaS Alarmed Alarmed5fwil
5fwil ftl c Cable Hf Dtipalt opd a I T 155 a8nr a8nrPARU a SI SVL SVLPAnts
PAnts PAi May n 22The The entire Mlr region reaon in inthn I inthe
the Department opartmf 1 of Douehea u du Rhone Rhonewhich Roe Rhonewhich
which whm wan aa visited Ylltt by b an earthquake eukei last lastJune act actJune
June again a < aln experienced severe Me seismic eelamloshocks elo eloaob seismicshocks
shocks aob today todayWalU toIYWall todayWalls epeo
Walls Wall fell f1 at Lambma Lmb and Bocae BocaeThe HPM HPMThe BogoesThe
The population U i wild wlJ with wit witFm terror terrorKtrrmrn terrorYlrruiwti
Ktrrmrn Fm T 1 Te Dump Dmp ta te Bare 8 Ante Ante3prfMI AntJpedl
3prfMI 3 C Cd Cable M ttnrark nrl u I TIB Jr JrPARIS Srw SrwPairs n
PARIS May Iy 23 nAn An automobile auwmolk caught caughtfire euM euMfr
fire fr t his th af4mo afternoon s f teraoon near nM Paris Four For hun hundred ba bad buntIred ¬
tIred d firemen retemtsf relr from fr a Pants PaataBrueHan r Pantsgruehlan
BrueHan In h banquet t bappeeed I toeoma to along aJeacat a
at the time timej limeDespite
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j Despite their taHcrotM exerts OM lb ma
I I oM G BkittiiM i waa r r hi d to sonp Irea I Iu te a few fewI
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iiNs LOANS ON BOGUS RECEIPTS RECEIPTSDVRAT RCTS RCTSDnAT
DVRAT DnAT < C EL31OBE EIIOBt iRAIX URiIXFIRM iRAIXFlItM iI
FIRM UOfELEMLr 10lELF1SI INVOLVED MXVOLVEOBank IVIOLVEl IVIOLVElD
Bank D Advances AdnnHt te I the tb Amsont Amet ef r Mf Dl f fOOO
OOO o Meet ef r Which blr Are Ar Dated Bair m mFalse 8 inFalse
False tl Warehouse arh Reerlpts lleodptflelaware lleodptflelawarelad IptDlawa IptDlawaUI Delaware Delawareand
and Ilodieo UI Railroad RUr Rrtpooitblllt RrtpooitbllltALBAKT RlpDltt RlpDlttALd lteipostbIlttAiwrr
ALBAKT ALd May y a nT 3The The affair da of the theDurant Ie theDurant t tDut
Durant Dut it Elmore Eore Company CopT gn grain opec operators opecatom ¬
atom ator with wit offices ome in Albany Aby and Chicago Chicagoseem Chlc orI
seem to be b ho1 hopelessly Involved Iolve The TheNational T TheNational
National Nalo Commercial Cei Bank Dk of Albany Albanybaa Ab
baa b ha the t companys Cmp paper pp for 1300000 1300000aad 30013arid O
arid an the t First Ft National alo Bank Dk for fo forA I77HO I77HOA ml
A New Ne York Yo institution tuUo 1s I interested interestedto Inte
to I the t th Commercial Cerci Bank Dk loan lo Gibson QibsonOliver OD GibsonOliver
Oliver 01 the te treasurer t of the te company companyhad cmpy cmpyh companybad
had h charge c of o the te affair aa of the te Albany Albanyoffices Aby Abyomc Albanyofthces
offices omc a according to 1 the th member mb of o the thefirm te tef thefirin
firm f It I la I said ad that the hank b collateral collateralla cla
la composed cm largely JJy of warehouse re reoelpta reesipta
oelpta which had b ooo oO waOU been bn honored honoredbut bnon
cf but not taken tm up U and that thI these U re oeipta oeiptanow ceiptnow < Ip IpDW
now DW represent rprI nothing noblnl in storage storageIt lr torageIt c
It 1 1 reported that tt I discharged dht em employee e employ ¬
ployee CloT ploy M repr of o the transportation tprto company companyinvolved companyInvolved
opy
involved 001 made It possible for fo the t ware warehouse wa warehouse ¬
pbe
house hU receipt fJpla me to be b retained rte and a that thatthis thAttla thatthis
this tla negligence i attributable attbule to the thetransportation thetrton thetransportation
transportation trton neac company which hrh may my have haveto
to warehouse 1 Wou settle Ule the te receipt receiptThis rlp receiptsml bank bk cmpT claim cl bated b on t thesewarehouse these thesewarehouse
This T statement atmmt wa made by the te offi ome emears officers ¬
mae
ears e tonight tonightIt 111ht 111htI of the t National Nation ationa Commercial Cerci Bank Banktonight anktonight k k111ht
It I i I true t that tat BO far la M a our ou InvesUe InvesUetion 11p investigatlion
lion lon ha b has gone we have ba become 1e convinced convincedthat Cv Cvlht
that lht the theThzrnt le Durant Dl A Elmore Eor Company CY i ihopelessly Ia Iabpl1 ishopelessly
hopelessly bpl1 Involved Iolnd Aa A in I all al such luchwlf case casewhere cueswhere
where wlf Insolvents 11 have been bn engaged f in inlarge Inlp inlarge
large lp transactions and the volume of ofasset 01a ofassets
to t
asset are a at dependent depd1 upon the value valu of ofoutstanding 01out ofoutatandIng
outstanding draft and upn obligations It ItI I itis I IIpll
out d obUaUon
I is impossible Ipll to determine dtl anything ac with withany wltbay wIthany
any ay degree dg of approximate aproxima certainty Cty certaintWe
We W are a Informed Ionnrd that eight or nine nne bank bankhold bl ban banbold
hold bld the firm f paper Ilai beside hld grain com commission cm cmmlo cornmission ¬
mission mlo broker brokf p with whom whm the r firm t ha hadealt b hasdealt
dealt dMt and ad a number Dub of individuals individualsWhether Idyldu individualWhether
Whether Whehr we hare helUiltalne sustained any aylo loss what whatsoever wh watsoever ¬
soever vtlr will wl depend dPd upon the determina determination detri ¬
tion ton of legal I questions qutlo up which whch we are areadvised a areadvised
advised aded will wi arise under a peculiar state stateof 11 stateof
of fact fa which a we have hve discovered dn pl and andour andou andour
our ou counsel ooul have hn under undr consideration considerationNevertheless oeUon oeUonllyrthel considerationNevertheless
Nevertheless In accordance with our ourcustom uu ourcustom
llyrthel
custom clm we shall b arc immediately Ietelr charge chargeoff chp chporr
off the amount of the lh possible loa I loss from fromour rrm rrmou fromout
our undivided profits pble All the
ou undvld prn A paper paperwe paperwe
p
we hold bld la I not the tie nronertr of our bank bk
as a others OthetsareIntereited are interested It nrD with I us usU U uiII
U I t was w stated tt tonight that the tl total totalamount totalaut totalamount
amount aut Involved lonlel I Ia in the neighborhood neighborhoodof
of I700000 1100 and that the Mechanic Dolcbro tlo and andMetals and3f andMetal
Metals 3f Bank Dk of New StW York Yorl city o and a abanking ahnknl abanking
banking hnknl and brokerage house hOla in I that tt city
have some Ime of f these Ih duplicate warehouse warehousereceipt wlroU8 wlroU8rlpta warshoumereceipts
receipt aa collateral oollat l for loans loansThe lo loanThe
The transportation company cmpany Involved Involvedis
is the th Delaware rAptaton olaW and Hudson Judn Railroad Kailroadand Rlr
and the banks bk were induced Indu to lend this thismoney Ihlamney thismoney
money on warehouse w Arehoul receipts Iptl which w did didnot dd ddnot dietnot
not represent rt goods in storage alra or in intransit Intat intransit
transit tat but bt were we s made ma available allle aa bank bankcollateral bnk bnkoolllt bankcollateral
collateral oolllt through tulth a conspiracy mnplr between betweena hwn hwna
a local lo freight frCht agent Aft of the D and H Hdischarged Hdil Hdischarged
discharged dil a month ago and a representa representative Innta ¬
live of the t firm of Durant Klraore It la launderstood laundrt isunderstood
10 fr
understood undrt that the system tem ha h been bn in inoperation 10oatloD Inoperation
operation oatloD for some Ile time timeAn tme tmeAn
An examination of th the affairs of the theInn tbef thefirm I
nanaton aa
Inn f Is I In progress pm and an exact na condition conditionof condtion
of affairs aalll wlllnot wi will nl not be b known Inown for a day or o i itwo I I
two The Te local I banks bkll hold the Delaware Delawamand Dla Dlaa orI I
and Hudson Railroad Company respon responsible
a Dudn ltlr Compy
sible able for the warehouse wabOUM receipts rpt which whichtbejr whch whichthisi pn pnable l ltby M
tbejr hold as a collateral rllateal 11 Mo I te
yet Ter There t have been bn no arrest made mae as UI r rt J U P
KIVO 10 GEORGE TO TIlE T1 pEoplE FEOFIEPretlamatlea rrnlr rrnlrbmate pEoplEPrselamatloe
Pretlamatlea bmate of f ThanksHe TUI l Leeks < oek to tothe t ttbe iithe
the Future tar llopemllr llopemllrtprcHI lo ltopeftullyper5il lr lrfr1
tprcHI fr1 CaMs C1 Drip oJ DnpIM M t I THI T tint flritLONDON ln tintLoxoox
LONDON 1JJ May My n flKing King George Oc ha hassued b bI hathe
I ssued the te following foll proclamation proclamationTo prJlon prJlono
To o ur Pxoru PP The voice lce of affection affectionand affectionand
alon alonand
and loving devotion to the sf r
Ic dl th memory mtO my mydear mydt mydear
dear father which has 1 come from
dt fat whch fmt every everypart everypart e
part p of the empire fplr the th outward public publc publcdmonatratol
I demonstrations dmonatratol especially Jlal those th in my myI
I capital cital during dur < the tbl two stages tal of hl iI his pass passIng r passting
Ing to hi hill last Jt resting ltnl place pl and 01 the pa paithetlc pa pai pathelic
ithetlc tbf1 manner manflr in which vast multitudes multtO multitudesof
I of hi h his loving lovlnl subjects ubJI patiently IIUnty > and rev revi reverently
i I erently ftlyawalld awaited the Ih opportunity opprtunlly to pay py the thelast tbewt thelast
last tribute to his memory mmor have bve pro profoundly pr profoundly ¬
foundly touched me and ad my whole family familyA ramiy ramiyo
o A sorrow I so 0 sudden Odl and ad unlooked unlokld for formight formllb formight
might mllb well have been overwhelming onrhtllnl but butthe hutIhe butthe
the sentiment nUmnl evoked nokt thereby have hav made mademe mae maeme
me realize flze that it is Ii a los I common to me meand m mand meand
and my people They Thlyh share it with me meI
I do d not stand alone aloneWith shoneWith IO
With such thoughts thou h I take courage courageand courag courageand
and hopefully hoffu look into Int th the future flltu strong strongIn Irc IrcI
In I my faith falh In God O trusting tmtng my people prl and andcherishing andrhhl andcherishing
cherishing rhhl the laws and mttuton constitution of ofmy ofmy ofmybelovcdoountry
my mybelovcdoountry beloved blovO country ooutr Groan 01011 R 4 I
jrEDWOVf nFn11n > OV 1 KING EOr lmrtnn lmrtnnloml inrsnpMourns fD fDMeant
Meant loml Him 1m Italy hl as a a ManRhal Vat Iaetlern ta Vattissue
tissue 10 Blot la Cork Cork5p Ceck5pftlel
e er
5p 5pftlel rt r l r C eMi M IVifwtt oI I to Tm tint 5nrIOXDOS tinthincoos i
IOXDOS IM M May n 2 John Redmond Redmondleader fmont Redmondleader
leader tr of the tb Irish parliamentary prllamntry party partyhasjbroken partyIroke partytsasbroken
hasjbroken Iroke his hllllfnll silence regarding flpni the death deathof
of King Klnr Edward which has been n so e ad adversely a adversely ¬
versely criticised ctcl Addressing Addrne a meeting meetingin mtnl mtnlIn
in Cork tonight tnnleh hedeplored h he dflplo the check checkthat chtCkthAI checkthat
that would lie II placed plal on political pllUcJ move movement moyemntll movernents ¬
ment by the Kings death deathThat dthThat desthThat
That event he said Ild must mut be b regarded regardedby rgrdNI rgrdNIbT
by Irishmen Irilmlln in two aspect Af personal Jnl and andconstitutional andctllltol andconstitutIonal
constitutional ctllltol He I If thought thougt everybody everyb In InIreland 10Iland InIreland
Ireland waa walllr sorry King Klnr Edward WAn wall dead deadfrom clM deadfrom
from a personal pnl point of view vew He H said saidlle said91e Id Idle
lle le never showed Ihow any hostility hOlltyl to Ire Ireland IrelDd freland ¬
land lDd an a unusual unuual thing thlnaln In a British Brit1 sever sovereign IVf seversign ¬
sign and the Ih general nr feeling flnl in Ireland Irelandwsa Ild
was 1 that thi he was WA a frank frk manly and andfriendly ad adfrndlylII andfriendly
friendly frndlylII frndlylIIFrom sovereign sovereignFrom sovereignFrom
From a constitutional oUtlltonl aspect U however howeverthe
the Irish could clll not be guilty rily of hypocrisy hypocrisyby hyy hyyhy
by pretending p nnl to regret rjt his death dNt as asaffecting ualet a aaffecting
affecting alet them in the same Mf way wy a as it did didthe didt didthe
the t English Flll On O this point he said ad The TheKing TheKing t tKnl
King Knl of England Ellan i Ia a constitutional otUuto soy sovereign 10 10III soyersign ¬
ereign III The King Kln of Ireland Irld U not The Themoment Themommt Themoment
moment we w get It a free fr constitution oltuto for forIreland fo forIreland
Ireland 111 and a the King Kin of Ireland Irel becomes becomesthe hme
the head be thereof ther the Irish will tll become bme the thefirmest t thefirmest
firmest f and most loyal supporters of the thefree thefrse
a 11 IUppr t
free fr constitution oltulo Until Untl then tbe we must mustconfine mut mutofe mustconfine
confine ofe ourselves al to t expressions npnlol of per personal Pr PrII peracoal ¬
sonal II sorrow aw for the Ib4 death ctb of a kindly kindlyfriendly kDdly kDdlyfriMdly kindlyfriendly
friendly man manMr m roantr
Mr f tr Redmond RmOd mention mnton of a King Knr of ofIreland ofIrld ofIreland
Ireland Irld drew dw about au from fr some 11 of hi hibearer blbMr his hishearers
bearer bMr of You are our o king kingWilliam kDC kDCWii kingWilliam
William Wii OBrien OBrif who wo is opposed op to t toRedmond ilr ilrRedmond I
Redmond Rmo also addressed adr a meeting flnr in inCork InCol inCork
Col Cork and ant the te tb presence prn of the rival rva leader leaderled lr leaderled
led 10 to a lively 1ly shindy In between blf their tbfr re respective r reepectlvo ¬
spective faction Iao Daniel Diel D Sheehan SheehanM lh
IIP M 1 P an OBrienlte O flw was wuclubb wuclubbed clubbed in a hot hotfight bo hotfight
fight fltbt with wth blackthorn blktbm A dozen doJn heads headsw he headswere
w 1 were < ere mended mt at t the local Infrl lnflrmarleMany Infirmaries
Iy Many persona p received 11 minor mor wound woundJEWELRY WOd WOdJEWELRY woundJEWELRY
JEWELRY FOUND INTACT MXTACTServant 1rAC 1rACmt INTACTHervist
Servant mt of Nrapotllan Nrapla Antiquary AaU Guilty Guiltyof Guil
0 of ais000 0 Theft Theft3pttW Trr Theft3nj
3pttW Cable oe Dttftith otl l e n TI tics SnrNAMM ticsNarLaul n >
NAMM LU 1 May 1 nThe Te wife of Cssur CssurCantos Cnsarcaneussa
Cantos ethe the famous flmol Neapolitan fpUtan antiquary antiquarywas anUuar crl
was robbed robb recently rt of jewelry Jee to the thevalue thevlu thevalue
value vlu of It2o 111000 111000The 12000The I
The Te poNce H arrested a a servant and found foundthe foundthe d dte
the jewel J tl chest Intact IntactArarrtcaa Il intactAmerican
te e I IAr
American Ar Notabtea e ta I Part PartSftntl Pr Pave3w
Sftntl l 3w Cable CI Dm I Dujes5 tt I Tai 1 are unrPAHS t arePAIr I
PAIr nI May y 8J = J IVrpeat Morgan MorganMrs l
Mrs > HW Hi wIts wi of tfce American A Ambassa Ambassador A ¬ I
dor t at Berlin rK Gabriel Oh dAwwuie dAI ad I
CIB4ef Commander and Mis Posy hart arrived a j I
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Broadway at 34th St StANNOUNCE StI StANNOUNCE StANNOUNCE
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ANNOUNCE BEGINNING BEGNNING THIS THS MORNING MORNINGAn MORNING MORNINGExaorda MORNINGExfraordinary
An Extraordinary Exaorda Sale SaleLow of ofLow
Low Shoes for Men MenValues
1285 25
Values r Vaues 400 500 600 at atSurplus atSYrply atSJJpI
Surplus SYrply SJJpI ljnes Hm selected I t g frprrj fn fr m pur QYr T regular regularnE gyhu g ic1 ic1n tg tgn
nE n ElSSlsIS lH g l Ifl I the th h cb chpi hQI ° C5t t designs g cJg gn of t the th h hOur seasgn seasgnOur ugn ugnOur
Our Footwear Footcar for Men differs radically rndlcnly from that thatwhich tat tatwhich thatwhich
which can be purchased by any retail shop from fromfactories fromfoctorles fromfactories
factories supplying the country countr at large largeEach Jare JareEach 1arcEach
Each pair of our Shoes is mad to our own ow order orderfrom orderfrom orderfrom
from specifications that demand skilled skied designing designingthorough designing designingthorough
thorough reliability relabiiy of craftsmanship and superior superiorfinish superor superorfinish superiorfinish
finish finishTodays finishTodays finishTodays
Todays offering offerng is 1 therefore theeforc of grades which in inevery Inever Inevery
every ever way conform with wih the Saks standard for forquality forquoUt forquality
quality qualityThe quoUt qualityThe
The Te models modeJs twoeyelet Tics button buton regular rc uJar or orBlucher orw orhe
w Blucher Oxfords wing or straight straigt tips tipsThe tps tpsTeJcathes tipsThe
The TeJcathes leathers tan Russia Rusio or gun metal calf cal tan or orblack orblock orblack
black vici patent gray or ton buckskin buckskinALL buckskin buckskinALL
ALL SIZES SIZESALSOi SIZESt
t ALSOi BEGINNING BEGNNING THIS THS MORNING MORNINGAn MORNINGPortan OR ING INGA
1 1Sof An A Important Iport Portan Sale of 2 2Soft
Soft Sof Shirts Shts for Meji MejiValues Men MenI
I r 145 I IVaues xs45Values
Values Vaues 200 and ad 250 at atI
1800 I 800 garments Rgrm nt of f mr mercerized r g sngteriajs sngteriajsIdeal ogt rAl rAlIdeol
Ideal shirts for outing outing golfing olln or general g neraJ wear wearMade wearoMode wearMade
Made as carefully carefuly as the best custom gar garments garments garments ¬
ments and shown in a variety of the newest newestcolorings newet newetcolorings newestcolorings
colorings including Incudln plain blue tan gray or orhelio orhe1io orhello
hello as well wel as fancy striped effects effectsPlain efects efectsPlain effectsPlain
Plain or pleated pleate bosoms turncdbnck turncdbnckcuffs turned back backcufEs
cuffs All Al sizes end lengths Icn5ths of sleeve Iccve
SHOOTS IT f l RUIROMt nIIROtl Tlf Tlfrastratrr rlnf CtliNesenier
rastratrr f Nortdraty Nml Wakrd ae Think Thik lie lieI II liehas
has la Gore Bf ttarkeil ttiekelINniMaPous ttarkeilMay laI laIIHDuMuoU8
IHDuMuoU8 May n William Wiiam J JMulUey JIully Julltsy
MulUey Iully trarelling tralnj from North rth Carolina CarolinaMo
o Missouri luuri was U waked waf up today at atUnion atVnn atnion
Union Vnn nion Station Hlaton by the conductor OIJllcr of a aPennsylrania aPenylala aeorseylvanla
Pennsylrania I train and told toh that lht he hewould bewnuld hewould
would hare hY to change chl cars crll bore horoMulkey hoo hooIulky boreMulkey
Mulkey Iulky didnt seem m to oomptehend oompuh comp ehenci the thesituation thf thesituation
situation luaton and when the conductor ooncI lr told toldhim loldhim toldhim
him that he would wlld have to t leave the Ih car oarhe carhe carhe
he left If drew d a pistol and began b < a tiring ftrinl right and andleft andIf antileft
leftFire Fire chambers cham of hi hil his pistol pl11 were w ills discharged dl dlche illscharged ¬
charged che before bfore he could culd be h overpowered overpoweredOne ort
One bullet bulet entered Nlr the thigh tlt of a pUMin pUMinger passenguw
ger C on the train Iran making a serious Iu wound woundWith woundWith ollndWith
With the first ft shot hl from the th revolver revolverwomen revolrome revolverwomen
women ome screamed lamld men mon ducked under underthe underthe mdrthe
the seats t and nd enreral ral persons pltnl went head headlong hMdlone headlong
long out of the th window windowi
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