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1 4 THE SUN MONDAY MAY 1tA Y 23 ItttO
HBD HAVE SUNDAY NO TENNIS TENNISnev TBNNISI TBNNISIlIU TENN1Till I
Till PEr off irrwr aesexra aesexraTin nJ IrFSPXTTEl nSTt nSTtTill
Tin XKW nnK IRIi antlER oitnenEnitrtnv 1II111lRDttrlDl antlERDterInl
Enitrtnv n Wedge ue for Burton open 0 0IMOI OptiID1 a aIcsot
Icsot and Tliealrt Tb Hi > KanT KanTMorh EetrsThwh tanT1M
Morh 1M Sport AIM ttttid ad < to arnlThfr aad Is AIM AIMUhlns AIMa M MPJhln
a Uhlns Uh Inl Law la W tsi t lie II fwuMrrol fwuMrrolPark ecuMrrrctPark SlUkkTtdPark
Park Cornmlstloner Charles Char B Btom Btomord IItoraonSfr t4tovrmorder
ord order r opening the tannls court of the thepublic thepubUo thepubto
public parks for unday use a wo as eritlcls crlllclMdrerolradtl critidsedM d dM
M retrograde rnorement moWm nt ami the open openInc openInl openf
f Inc wdg gtI for Sunday haaball Sunday Sundaytheatre RuudaylMaI Suudythtrt
theatre lMaI aDd other aasaults ult on a quiet quietSabbath quietslbbalh quietBbbth
Sabbath by the Hey Dr David O < J Wylta Wyltapatfor Wyllotor
patfor or o of the Scotch Presliytenan Church Churchat
at XiMtrlxth street noft and Central Centr ntral Park Parkftttlobiaaermonlaatnlxht IIIrktID ParkcNt
ftttlobiaaermonlaatnlxht cNt tID ID hluennoo ba aermoi last n1ht DrWylie DrWylieAid l Dr r WyUe WyUerAld WylieAd
Aid that this more mo of th the Park Comrnla CommUii6Br ComrnlalODfr ComrnlaiJer
ii6Br waa against Rood statearaanahlp statearaanahlpgood
good morality and In d dt deflncs lano of orY God GodAlmighty GodJhty
Almighty Jhty Y who ba ordained a day of
t
A Plea for a Quirt and Orderly Ordlrl Ord rly Day Dayof Dayor Dayof
of flit wa Dr Wrlles topic In Inopning Inoptnlna Inopening
opening hi his Mrrooo moo he said that workmen workmenIn
In Franc Belgium and America mtri m rtc had hadIons bad1011I hadlong
Ions ben n MMkioR eeekin klDI to win hock a rest day daywhich daywhich daywhjch
which had b an en stolen from them and in inthi Inuu inthis
thi uu effort they have ha made appeals to toChurch toChurcb toCburch
Church aDd 8tal 8talJn 8111Sn Htstln
Jn view of this fact Dr Wylw con continued oontlnUPd continued ¬
tinued the breaking down or the law by byopening byoJ byopening
opening oJ na parka for sport rt and paatimea paatimeaon
on Sunday ia I a backward movement movementThU mOVtment11t xiovementTha
ThU move of the tb Commlialoner will lead leadto leadto leadto
to demand for other thing Once open openthe oponthe openthe
the park for lawn tennta and there will willMXt willDIn willMZt
DIn be call for baseball blI wide open opentheatre OJtDtlMatfH opentheatrie
theatre open aaloorw and street parad paradDo paradeDawe < > e eDo
Do Dawe we denlre such u < b a Sunday in Now ew York YorkThe YorkThe P PThe
The movement ia I unfair to citizens citizenswho citl dtlrenwho na nawho
who wiah a day free from nolsa and con ctvnmotion nmotion conmotion
motion Should not the desire of ofUrge a aIarp alarp
Urge ahaw of dill population properly properlybe properlyretpectAd
be respected as well a ac the with of ofcrowd a acrowd aaowd
crowd of poiiy 1011 children We forget that thatUlOM tbatthOle thatthoe
UlOM that wish for a day of rest and quiet quietare quietmucb quietare
are much In the majority majorltThe
The paitor continued to ear M that the theopening theopeniDI theopIn
opening of the public parka for Sunday Sundayport SundayaPOrt SundayIport
port would mean more work for many manycity manyctty
city cit employ and others who are now nowoverworked nowonrworkNt nowotrworktd
overworked There re would Iw I a greater greatercrowd IfNl greatercrowd r rercnrd
crowd on the street cam which Dr Wylie Wyllethought Wylietbolllht Wyliethoujbt
thought were already dligutlngly eon ooncettrd eongeitid I
cettrd more policemen n on duty dut more morebon moreaDd moreboyi
bon er1 and men vending candy Ice cream creamand crtamaD creamand
and aD other catchpenny delicacies The Theproctor ThehIcMr Theprcber
proctor thought it would also mean meanmore DIeU1more meanmcae
more hoodlum more arretta tl and more morework morewm morework
work far ferUle f the court courtWsj COIIrtaW courtWe
Wsj W oppose the movement he con continued ftUnUld conUnud ¬
tinued hecaua it mean that rellfious rellfiouswork reIlgtouwork 11 10 10work <
work will be more difficult dI lcuIt It will surely aurelyresult surelyresult
result in the lo lees of children to our aurelYI Hun Hundar Hunda Hunday
dar da schools Of COUTH people nay Make
your churchea and schools olaIIO to attractive attractivethat a sitractAvethat tracth tracththat
that they will be preferred to the open openpark openpark openpark
park on Sunday Apply thUargument thUargumentto n t tto
to the public schools for instance nay nayto liarto esyto
to tho pupil that they the are free f to attend attendschool attendechool ttendICbooI
school or to play in the park and nd every everyschool everyschool 17 17acboolln
school in New York ork will be decimated decimatedThla d decimatedThis mltffl mltffl11Ua
This movement movem nt will precipitate sooner sooneror oonerorlaterthe
or orlaterthe later the question of ofa a wide wideopen open Sunday
in StAte and national politic a thing thingwhich thln thlnwhlcb thingwhich
which would be mot unfortunate There ThereU
U a divine law on the subject which whlcbmUlt we wemuit w wmuss
muss not viola Lw casTle penalty penaltywild lnaltrwltla penaltyultb
wild it It la I binding blndl in the Ih face of God Oodntt 00iJantS Godand
antS of the Christian religion not to break breakdown breakdown breakdown
down the sanction of the day or ret in inorder Inorder Inorder
order to turn It into a day da of IIpOrt > ort and andpatUme andrtlIDt andpsetAm
patUme patUmeWe
oW We W believe In the day da of ret t that it ithould Ithoul itehould
hould be a quiet and orderly day that thatour thatour thatour
our parks should be open for all Glumes Glumesof e eof clauseof
of dllsen that they may wander nder through throughthem throuchthem throughthem
them and enjoy IM tll beautie of nature natureBut IlAtureBut naturePut
But w we are oppo ed 4 to nol notse e and oonfu conrulon conrulonon ion ionon
on Sunday Stmda and we have already entirely
too much of It ItToe ItThelD1 itThe
Toe ThelD1 mania for or port ha crown to Iw Iwlike heUn beilke
like a fever among our population and If Ifthe Ifthe itthe
the hour of Sunday are re only to 0 I h 1mueh 10 10mUllh o omuch
much added fuel to the name ome of u uwill uwill us uswill
will be tempted to wi w wish h that they th y might mightbe
be denied to u UA for A time until we oome oometo 011111IIto oumeto
to a calmer and lId quieter movement movementDr
Dr Wylle cloned d hi his fertnon nOll with the thepie thepit thep3e
pie that all who believed in a quiet and andorderly andorderly i I
orderly ordn Sabbath he loyal to 0 the he divine diviiMlaw dly divinelaw i
law of 0 the Hcrlpturey that they th y might mightinert mighteIDect I
inert U a blessing blfto ln2 from Ood I
PUZZLED TIll KMCKKIIIHHhKH 1II1Ifl1II ii llfliUhfh EI r rS
8 II Walpole Takrn to llrlletueh II h3 UN UNtllfe liltre p plLfrs
tllfe lLfrs re lat I LswerTrirs erTrle to toStanley lUrape lUrapeStanley lapt laptStanlry
Stanley II Wal Yslpole alllOl > ole of K3 aG Hudnon HudnonCounty IfwiliOnCoony i ICounty
County Boulevard Weehawken X J Jwent JWMt Jweifl
went to the Hotel Knickerbocker last loitnight lulnlpt lastalAtandordereitamealtn
night alAtandordereitamealtn and order < l a meal mN11n in th the grill room roomThen roomTheti
Then 1 fD he went lit to the de dflll k and registered registeredand rtItie registeredand red redand I
and went directly to hi his room without withoutreenterinR wllhwtfatlrinl withoutreentering
reentering the Ih crlll r roolll roolllTII roomThe oni oniTht
The TII bead waiter > r told the h rlerk at tlfo tlfodesk tt p pdesk
desk that the ho h foo food l < l wan untouched M Mthe toOtbe I Ithe
the boWIe > detective IfCllv went up to Mr Ir Wal Walpol Walpoles ValpoUs
poles pol room and knocked knOCk lie JI got no nomponse nofHPOD ncresponse >
response mponseMeanwhile fHPODJNDwhlle responseMeanwhile
Meanwhile lawyer I aWftr Charles P North Northrop orth orthlOp orthrvp ¬
lOp of 31 Nassau ILIIAU street came ia and a uke krd krdfor k kfor I Ifor
for Mr Ir Walpol Th latter utile down downfrosi doofrom I I Ifrom
from his bi room and th 11M tWQ wmt out to tothe tothe I ithe
the street where Northrop railed to toPoliceman tolollOfmaJi tePoliceman > I
Policeman Pettier Peth and asked him to totak toak t ttaks >
tak taks Walpolo to the lender 1tndtrloin lam police rlOitflatlon policestation oLic oLicstation
station a as lie wn IUI mentally unbalanced unbalancedOn
On the way WI to llw II tli station nlpolt broke
loose from Inn Ih 1010111 K > licein n Iln 1 ran down downiM downtJ
M 0 Fortieth street Ir mel Broadway where whereh w wbe
h be was w reiisptiirMl reiisptiirMlAt rI
At t the th station house 1tOI1 Northrop ei eiplained ezptained I Iplaln
plained plaln that Walpnte 0111 wa R in the III rtnploy rtnployof
of r the Ntlnnal Hwrtill I CotnMiny omn1 and won wonalso WIIIalllO wasalso
also Interested in n th orcanintllori of H Hselling IiIUniC ael1jnit
selling IUniC ioni lMtllMtIIy > niir Iteto 1001 n the th t tan wo HHK HHKIhe IOIIid IOIIidIhe SISatIthe
Ihe lawver IIIIIIr llr lr r Wal alIOIII > ol health hid liati1IOP3
brokea down The TIt lawyer had Art been beens I Iakd
s asked ked by b Mr Ir WII16 Valp K wlfo to take takecharge lak lakcharae takecMrge
charge or th 11111 ease h he said nuhiThe tllkJTh saidThe
The Th party then went ftIl In a rah to 111 111vue Hellevue I Hle Hlevua
vue Howpltal where wlf Mr Ir Walpule will be beexamined IJIIrumllltd beriamined
examined a 8JI to 1 hi hiFAT his einit einitF41ll nil nilF4T1I
FAT F4T1I II Ill M Y IJlU MilHKT MilHKTHoman 11II1TWoman IfllnToman
Woman oman lilllrit and all ll tile e Ollirn UII Injured InJorfd1I0ne Injnre4IIoree
llene KrUtilmeil It t an n tut tutBriucras ulii u ui
i Snucrxc May = Friiditeneil hy an anftutomobile auautomobllo anautomobile
automobile on a stip t < p > grad at lialdwina lialdwinaville ISahlwinalIte
ville lIte hUe this afternoon arl flon a hors ho > ilriven ilrivenby Irlenhy Irivenby
by Mr Irs Jarod rfH Cflof1r > r r wife of a well II to todo todo todo
do mercliant in ilwi th tillit ilhigp r rn n away
kllliog Mr 1 Cnofifr wlfr sad od Injuring five nveother nv nvGtMoo fiveeIhetN
other A Ai 1 th M vebielo cravlml cra h1 into a atelephone alitopboQO atelephone
telephone iwa x It > l Mr rl1l Cooper ooper f1r wui 1 hurled hurledgainit Inlrl InlrlaJt1 hurledagainst
gainit aJt1 the 11 pole and h her r neck w was at broken brokenoaualng brknClUJalne brokencausing
causing huHant kl tllllroalh ilealh Jrnni I ro oopr ooprhf1 ooprher p > > r
her daughter dlugh r IH I years of age a hail one onewrfcrt onerlat onewrist
wrist rlat broken and walt hurt internally
FouryiN Fouryearold r < > < l Mt Ihiutky of r Hrra MyraC4j55 I
cue a niTfl of tI the victim wu waien < Hitting Il IIIIIC
en Mr Ownern nopers Of lap and i ntm eped < l almort alfRQlltIInlturl a1mo a1momInirt
unhurt Ilikta Ijtlxiiarniti of Itaklirinii Itakliriniivill
vill m wo nit ut ariout the Ih had and tw twml r rand ftIand
and ml Mr Joseph UbMky a bride from
Europe JoJII wa mil and l bruised J Rose OM I
Harwitz a maid fur r Ida Cooper IO wa
i
bruised 11fU and nhaken tip IlflThe n I I
The accident I occurred on a party r of ofutofnolMlmU ofutornohllu1A ofsitotmttluIUs
utofnolMlmU from Hvrnu heni M Matted arlr rtif rll up
thelull thlIIIIon IHIWW I tworarriugm TUodriver TUodriveri
i > ljtnall l with hH h horn but did not Mop
op
after n the Ih accident alCld l1t < whleh wan wjuiwvuil
by members mOml of > f a dorm dot famiKea aa they th 1 1eat
eat t on their front lorohon orIl Mm il Cootx CooJfr > r I I
WM active in MMM JfH It of the h Jewwli Jew eharita
tile 11 aociPtMNi aotiM of HraeUM Hr > Her n hiunaad
rolUMed tonight on learning of the Ih t
fatality faalil and M under the tb eare of a
phyaioiau phyaioiauTlie
Tlie II nail llIlItrnl fltreel
Ktnlng EIIInGD Hon HonT wi wiThSWaLtRtrestrdltIenntTft5
T The ThSWaLtRtrestrdltIenntTft5 e Wall 8tret edltten Itn of THE KVMIXO
I film coBtaln all tIm Ananoul new n news and
the thStOCk atock sad a fill bend nuotaUoM 11M1U ijnBtll to the theof ekne
ef the market ilia rll t The Th Honing It nuotatiea qe tatiens lte
1etIMIa u t t sad I a4ied rd I ie4ere with wfti
adtHtIeBal sews 1M I aNr so eeMiasd at t I
a all bs night dl dIIfl r 1 pi I
11
Duffys DuffysSparkling DuffysSparkling DullysSparkling
Sparkling SparklingApple SparklingApple SparklingApple
Apple Juice JuiceA
A contribution from the theorchard theorchard theorchard
orchard to the shrine of ofhealth ofhealth ofhealth
health Exhilarating
Nonalcoholic NonalcoholicBLlLKTS N on alcoholic alcoholicL alcoholicBtlun
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BLlLKTS FLY OS 0 fKlST NIGhT
Italian AssassIn Mta 1 Their Mark bat Hit Ulta
a Mldewalk tlldr Mpettator MpettatorThe perttorThe
The Italian of Harlem celebrated the thefeaat thereut theret
ret of St Helena last t night About Aboutlo bout
10900 lo of them were lined up on the pave pavemcnta JlfthlflUl1 pavemetiti
mcnta under r the arches of electric light lightwatching l1ehwatchlnl lightswitching
watching the process prooeulooa loo bearing rlnl candles candlesand candleIlnd osodleeand
and symbolic figures figumsAt
At II IUth 4th street and First avenue near nearThoma RilarThomaa neerThomas
Thomas Jefferson Park live young < Ital Italian hllaM Itellane ¬
ian were standing apparently waiting waitingfor
for some one Suddenly they ran into intothe latoIll intothe
the Ill street and drawing revolvers olvelll began to toblaze toblaze toblaze
blaze away at a fellow rello1ooDIf1I1n countryman The Thetarget Thetarcet Thetarget
target turned fired back once and bolted boltedJohn boltedJohn boltedJobn I
John luarino < of 117 East 114th street streetwho streetwho treotwho
who had been watching tho procession processionwas
was in range of the bullet He dropped droppedwith droppedwith
with two slug of lead in hi hia right side sideDetective 1IdeDetecth skiDetecthe
Detective Archlpoll and Howard who whowere whonre whowere
were on a Seeond avenue car cart at tilth tilthstreet uthatnoet 114thstreet
street heard the shot and the screams screamsof screamof
of the Italian women wom n They arrived at atthe atthe atthe
the sc scene ne of the shooting about two
jump ahead of the reserves from loath 101thstreet loathtreet loithstreet
street under CapU Corcoran 10 and saw savtwo aaytwo sawtwo
two men running toward Second avenue
down mill street After a long locLehase locLehasethe chase chasethe cha chathe
the detocllvee dtectl got jt t their the Ir men The rile re renerves relie reserves
nerves lie wot Ouarino to the th Harlem floe llopital lllJoto lllJotoIJital floepital
pital and cleared cl the street streetThe streetaThe tteThe
The two prisoners sokt they were James Jam JamAlJocroa
Alloccoa barberof 2 n a Kast 112th street streetand streetand tltetand
and Antonio Rosa a pedler Ier of 4UI East Eastlllth FaatUlth
lllth treet As they were giving their theirname tb theirname lr lrIWnH
name Detective Naughton walked In Inand Inand inand
and said that he knew Allocco O all right ri ht
He said that he had been n arrested JU1N In Inconnection Inoonnectioa inconnection
connection with the shooting of Joseph
Parielli who wa found wounded in front frontof frootor frontof
of hla hi restaurant at 370 Eaat lotto street streeton
on July 27 taM I Parktlll atayed tayedin In the thopltaJ
hospital pltaJ for about three week Whoever Whoeverwa
wa after him waa J4nl > rslt reistant ltoDt nt for within withina withinWMk
a week a fter he was out be was murdered
In the street Allocco was arrested but butthepollce buttb
thepollce tb the police let t him go for lack of evidence evldenI evidenceThe
The three other Italians who were in
I last nights gun play pia disappeared
ir4rMA I r41 11 fltvo nrrititM nrrititMMao
Mao aa Nwpertetl ef r a Mnrder II fthet Him Himself 111111and Himself
self and May Ma Die DieJohn m mJohn 1ieJohn
John Corsei an Italian who the polio polioenay polleelIy polioeay
nay was 11 arrested four or five month monthago mODIIAIG monthago
ago after Pasquale Loratl had been killed killedIn klllfflIn
In an argument over the th division of gang gangspoils PDlpolll gangspells <
spoils himself was hot down downt at Fifteenth Fifteenthstreet ftr FifteenthStreet Dth Dthatt
street and First avenue last night He Hewa 1111tabn II IIwas
wa was taken to Bellovue Hospital and is isexpected Ianpectfl I Icipected
expected to die dieThree diotThree dieThree
Three policemen poll mtm from two precinct precinctheard p precinctheard no nohlrd
heard five II shot fired One of the three threePaul llInePaul threePaul
Paul Schmidt wa a block away ay lie Heww lieN lieI
I ww N one man stagger and saw M three run runHe tunH runH
He H took after two of them and got both bothThe bolhTbe bothThe
The third runner stopped and was 1 sitting sittingon
on a door doorstep tep watching the race when
Policeman Murphy arrentml him himCorsei himI himCorset
I Corset who is I J2 years y old and lives liveslat llYNat liveat
lat at 2 oa e 3 tot Ninety NinetYfIIth seventh street had hadthree hadthree hadthree
three bullet wound one in the th left I rt fore forearm tore toreann toreattn ¬
arm one In the abdomen and one in the thel thehaok thebeak
l beak > ok There were no revolver revol on onSchmidt onSchmdt onSchmidts
Schmidt prisoners but two twoere were found foundon
on the th sidewalk where the shooting had hadoccurred hadotClUJfId hadoccurred
occurred Three shots bad liven fired
from one of thee th and two allots ho from the theother theother
other otherMur 01111lurph1e otherMurphys
Mur lurph1e > hy prsioner had a bird Iblnl1tvolnr revolver revolvertn
tn Ihe Ihid theidpocketofhiecoal ide pocket of hi hia coat It ltwafully wo Ill fully
loaded 10 aded
IoThe
The prisoners Were Tony tuntigalelito nUpllUtn1Mn
136 year old of 4MEat 30 East Fourteenth alt utrewtI altland
I and Frank RaIn IS 2 of 4f 4IX East Twenty
fourth street and Angelo nl lo Ianar 21 a of
427 Knit t Fourteenth street All 11 three thnHUH Um11IJI threeI
HUH I as well a as Cornel Cor i described themselves themselvesa
a I writer harl harlTh tISrbersThe writerThe
The victim of the shooting In which whjehi ll < h
Camel C 1 wa suppoed uppo > d 1 to l lu > e involved involveditl iDvolvedilllfJlJal
illlfJlJal loral lIur itl wo w killed in front of
337 7 Hast Fourteenth Street IIH Detective Detectivewho l Detectivewho ivN ivNI
who worked work on the case could not get getufncienl getiiumdent t tlIumnmt
I ufncienl evidence to bold COrM CorseiATLANTIC CoredATLINTIC
ATLANTIC CITYS SIXDIY SIXDIYOsv R DU DUnn
I
Gay Frt Ii > s ClMtni of Naloem IIaIMDI lte fiesta fiestailth U UWith
With the I People PeopleATLANTIC PeplrATitNue
1 ATLANTIC City IU N J May Ia K Oov Oo J Ji JI 1 1Franklin
i I Franklin Fort i It believed to have Ita reven reversed reversedhis Inoedhill d dhi
hi hill former form r policy for closing Atlantic AtbntlcCltr
I
City Cltye Sunday saloons In a short addreu addreuI alld alldI addiwetefore
ltore th the Sabbath obnecvanco meeting meetingof IInl IInlof
of the Presbyterian Assembly tonight
he raid raidAlkntio IIIkjI
s Alkntio City closing I III a l local oal prob probI
Tern Vobo olloty < y can olv solve that problem prohl m but butyournelven
I yourselves yournelvenI 10 yourselvestakamn u I V Valoon
I Saloon men and nd advooate of a liberal liberalNHifchore IIh IIhI
I NHifchore horu Huiwliy think that the Governor Governormeant GovernorIneeni
meant to admit lI < that no further attempt attemptwill attemptswill
I will l be mill by the Ih State Government to toI1 10olt toetOl
I1 flop olt Atlantic Citys eltrlI Sunday RUIIII drinks The TheGovernor TheIII
Governor III mor refuted fu to ditcuiw tin th matter matternVXMITK InaltlrDrUllTF matterD1
nVXMITK D1 Mil A 4 flosS JMI5SHU IltUSICh flosS1itIeki
HU xtlck till of PpIestte iilotl tMh e In iiatrhel btrhlllrt l left ft en enOmaha enOmaha
Mil
Omaha rollllrlani lloantep lloantepOMAHA ICnortrihtatia
j OMAHA 01 May 22 An infernal Inf rDal < machine machinemarie machinemarie n nmart
marie with half a dozen douUclut stick of dynamite dynamitein
in H valise vllli wan left on the Ih doorstep of
I Thomas DenUon I on political poUIItalllAIof Ivxiaof boss of Omaha Omaliatonight Om Omahatontght lLl lLlI
I tonight Hy a contrivance the h clyna clynaI dynaImitl
I mite was w arranged to explode when the thenatetie thetoaICht1 thesatchel
satchel WM lit lifted tftl from the Ih floor floorDetiiwHi nnorIHollbo floorDetiisots
DetiiwHi was auiplciou and called the thennlicvwho th thpolk thepolicewho
nnlicvwho polk < ho carried carritlilhe the grip to 0 the station stationThTe stationflwre tallollThOr I
ThOr is no clue as to who h left I t the dyne dynaI
I mite miteI
I > ew r Medel ed Aeroplane rolllan Conlrit ConlritM onl onlr ontestI
M r P r Talmage an amateur aeroni t tha tliII 1lies
ha given a silver lIily cup to be awarded w lie lieboy h htIQY beboy
boy whoa model aeroplane n I tre tre11m tretimes
jtlme 11m times Buccemful I ul in a series IIfri of model modelaeroplane
I I aoropUne flights lIilth under the aui auopri > riciea of ofthe oithe
the West Hide Young OI1D Men Uirwtlan UirwtlanAmoinatlon ClLl ChristianAssociation llllallAIIfIOOiaJlon
Association 311 Wect rmt FiftyMventh treet
The model must be of such deign that thata
a real aI man carrying machine could be beImilt hehllilt bebuilt
built from it its design modal must rim riefrom r 8efrom
I from the floor under their own power and andmint andmlan andmust
mint be made by the entrant entrantI entrant3IarYlneh
I MirMnch 11 lnr It 11111 III I Hun for fengreti fengretiHALEIOII onlr onlrItaLllon engrtis engrtisILeLEIoII
HALEIOII N CM C May 23S nmul mu l S SMacNInrh itlarSlnm SMacNinth
MacNInrh former Democratic Maor of
Charlotte V C who wtmLastyearatong wtmLastyearatongseine lut year ajitonutlted ajitonutltedname ltonlt ltonltI
name of hi hill friends by voting votln jr u and andnPl1lyldY andopenly
openly nPl1lyldY advocating UnlC the election ct Taft to toI
the I Ii Presidency PIff I7 KM made public pub 110 his hisaeeeptanc hi hipteDtIt hiaeewptancs
aeeeptanc of the th Republican UCIUI nomina ¬
tion for Ioncres 1lIn ongre In the th Ninth North Notharolina orth
Carolina district at t present represented I
by the Ih Hon Yale Webb tendered him
lo last t Friday FridayI FridayIroenIa
UrOnltJl Man Imp Mesoarr I is Death DeathMlObLRnoKo OftIlhhDILrIIOIIO DeathMIDnLEIIOPtO
MlObLRnoKo Maw Ia May 22 While Whilewtatvoriog Whilevorloa Vh1I Vh1Iendeavoring
endeavoring vorloa to save M the Hfe hi of John J JtOaliahger J10011Abtret JIaliahger
tOaliahger a Boston n telegrapher tpapbr Adam
Itopp ll pp of this town wa unable to free freeninwelf f
himself from the formers rormersrap grasp and both bothwem bothwere
were drowned in Lake Assawampsett
today todayT todayTaft
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T Taft fl Take tale tuI at Ride In a Pouring ourln Ram RamWABHWBTO RalaWIIHUBTrnt 4IataWasummcnoia
WABHWBTO May 28 In spite of the theram theram therain
ram that fairly flooded the tll capital for forseveral foraeeeral
several hours Ibis afUraooo afUraoooi Dooa Prllldee PrllldeeITrr
ITrr Taft took a le long a AlflAm ltIM tit rids m flit fliteether
rther i JMor C CA P Tilt aft ef ssInaatI i noJ
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HOVSR lOtS IHtKKI THHIT THHITNewark TWIITNeute rib lIT lITiesari
Newark retire Mjtlrifil Oter a Purglary PurglaryIn nurla nurlaIn
In Mr > lr Vogell 011 llenne lIon Mr lri Vegrl VegrlHail Segrihail oCt11IaI
Hail Jewelry anti Mmi ash a ab h Imlcr Imlcrllcrltllow ndlrII ntlcrtier
llcrltllow II tier Pillow Mlwlngntirn Hissing lUmen M She Awoke hl htwekeThehomeofSamuel AwokeThe wok wok111e1Io
111e1Io ThehomeofSamuel The home > meor of Samuel Vngel Vogelaahoekaler Vogelaahoekalerwho a nhoedealrr nhoedealrrwho Aho INI INIwho
who live IlvN at 190 Kairmouut avenue aveniwNewark avenueNewark Mlkt MlktNewark
Newark was entered some tlmo ymter ymterday yreterday I
day morning while the family wa sleep sleepbig lee leeIng I I Iine >
big and antlJew sntljewelry jewelry lry valued at tldono and loin loinin III 003 003in
in money mon were stolen lol n The Jewelry and andmoney andmootY antimoney I
money were taken from a handbag which whichMrs whichMr hlchIra
Mrs Vogel o plaoed under the pillow of her herbod h hbed hertmndwhenhoretiretl
bed wtiennhorrtlrwl whm ahe fltlretl Sliediicoverodthe Kht > diaoofr6d the I
robbery alx about > ut 7 oclock when the woke wokeup wobup wokeup
up and anclwent went to get her husbands watch watchto
to find out what time It wo woIn waaIn wasIn II IIto
In hi hla hurry to make hU departure the theburglar tluburelAr tim timburglar
burglar overlooked overlookeolaoTtral several piece of dia diamond dlamond diimend ¬
mond Jewelry belonging to Mrs In Vogel VogelIncluded VocelIDcludod VogelIncluded
Included In the stolen article was a gold goldbracelet IOldbrlft goldbracelet
bracelet which is vslued at t more than thanWOiU lhunISU thanThis
WOiU This bracelet braC < lee was given to Mrs MrsVogel Mnolel lra lraVogel
Vogel by her h r husband and contain the theinscription theinacription
inscription S V to A s V In the centre oeJitreof I Iof I I
of the bracelet Is laalarcetYa a large large3i4 3K carat diamond diamondwith diamondwith t twith
with ten other otb r diamonds five of which whithare I Iare I
I
are on either rltb r side graduating down to toleant toI
leant leantAmong I caratAmong
Among the other jewelry stolen wa a abutterfly abuttrrty abutterfly
butterfly brooch set with five II large 1Ar emer emeralds emeralda etneraid ¬
aid encircling It an opal and studded with withseventyfive withentTtlv withsev
seventyfive sev entTtlv small diamond Mrs Vo VolV Vogeljoki 0 0celiIkold
celiIkold lV > U watch let with three large die diamond d diemood a amooda ¬
mood surrounded by ruble was w taken takenaa taklnwere
aa were a crescent shaped brooch ret eetwith Mtwith retwith
with eleven diamond three of which are arelarge arelarge arelarge
large one onraln In the centre and eight smaller smallerones smalleronee mallrronN
ones around them a marquise ring set sntwith 1Mtwith setwith
with twetyllve diamonds three tll ladies ladiodiamond biihdiamond ladiesdiamond
diamond ring rln rings a gold fob with ith a lions lionshead lion lionhM lionshead
head < with 11lI three diamond a gold cigar cigarcutter cigarcutter cigarcutter
cutter with three diamonds or Ald d a hunting huntingoae
CUt gold watch and heavy chain chainDetective chainDejectives haloDeWetiVN
Detective Hyan and Farrell of Police
Headquarters am al working workin on the ram oaeand CftHand ramand
and according to tho Utter the robbery
ia I peculiar The iwllce are unable to toundentind toundentnd totmderltind
undentind how an entrance waa effected effectedand euctodand IIIIOI < I Iand
and the way the Intruder or intruder intrudermade Intnadenlmade intrudersmade
made their departure unlearn they went WfOtout wentout wentout
out the chimney According to the do dotectlvra II IIttocth tietectivre
tectlvra ttocth Vog Vogel i told them that every 17 win window wludow window ¬
dow and door In the house was locked and andon IUJdon antiat
on investigation the detective could not notfind notIInd not1any
find 1any any aD of them tb m that hat been tampered tamperedwith
with
witholtl
Vogel told the police that he clued hla hlaplace hlaplace hi hiplace
place of business bllllln at 29 2 Fifteenth avenue avenueabout 1IMlktabout avenueabout
about midnight on Nit 81l1lnl4y unlay night III ht and andcame andQIlIDe andrame
came home with Ith hi his wife lIewbo who oarrind oarrl the themoney themOllt themoney
money and jewelry In h her r handbag A
daughter had luncheon prepared for forUi forthe forthem
Ui the them tn ho said and it WM after 2 oclock oclockwhen ocorkwh oclockwhen
when wh 1 they retired 11ntd Vogel mid that his hiswife hlaHe hi hiwife
wife He wa was u awakutlnl Aak 1 five II hours later And Andwhen ADdwhm neilwhen
when she went to toltt ret hi blanlch htawatchwtiiclj watch which ww wwin wuin weein
in hU hi waUtctnttho WWICOGt tbe waUtcoat l was wa miss niUwIng m misslog
log She then th felt for the tb handbag to get gether gthlr gether
her own watch and found that that wan wanmUamg IIIimiasillg wmumissing
missing
Mr 1 Vogel 0 < 1 arouMxl the other In the Ih
hou bou and a March rch was inaiio for time thoJeweJry 1110jtWI timeewJry
JeweJry jtWI IY and moneyand lnthH rmry > intrythoy they
found the empty handbag Voguls o Ia waist watitcant WIILItOIIt waistcont
cant and trousers A tervnnt I emimloyJ raloT d J
by the Vogets told the police that when whenthe 111 111UI whenshe
the UI oame home on Hitunlay night tie UIHdoor 01 01door tiedoor
door for which die hn had a key won bolted boltrniand bull1and boltedand
and she had to climb through th the t llinlry llinlrywilldo ntry wntrywindow ntrywindow
window She e vakiithewaa said ld she was sum IU sh she locked Jockidth lockedthn
the window win tow < after af r entering and lnvetiga lnvetigation
lion proved It to I is an a the said saidA Id IdA
A neighbor who live next door to 0 the Ih Ih01tJ
Vogel Mid h he wa awakened from hi hialeep his ilIAIIp hissleep
sleep by the tJ barking of a dog about 3 3oclock Iocl 3oiock
oclock ck He II said 1 he got up and looking lookingnut looktnout lonkinnut
nut a front window HAW a man passing
but thought nothing of it and did not n t nay nayanything esyanything r ranthlnlt
anything The 111 1IIrey iolke KiHr ay a burglar may 1 1lIlIk
have Mimked lIlIk into the I hue j4i seine time on onSaturday onHetllnky onNntuniay
Saturday nlglit and after Mrt waiting until untilall Wlllilthe untilalIthe
all alIthe the occupant had Mlilton gone In III l ep wteured wteuredHie red redtI
the tI boo bOoty > ty They are mystified as to 0 how howlie
lie h got out
nnKKu iv IMSKX ins III 117 117In 1111aU iinFail
aU In Front ef f Mihig Ihl l eomelhe Imolhhilt ienmothrfihile eomelhefinite
finite hilt To Tnln Ing to 0 llomnl lIontJohn It ItJohn ItJut111
John Walsh Si y yeaxs ar okl < 1 of New Sf York Yorkavenue Urkuvniue ork orkJItJe
avenue ItoMlmnk 1 ll Ank < Staten Island a airakrmon abrakrlDlII1 abrakeman
brakeman employed by the he Ktakm Island Ukmllapid Islandlinpid < 1 1ltapld
lapid Transit Company was killed killedrcttenlay kiiktiyeitenlay
rcttenlay 111 nlay afternoon while attempting attemptingo
to o get I aUiard a locomotive of that th 1 com company 1II1fIpany cornpany ¬
pany Hu ar wai riding rld JI on the cowcatcher cowcatcherto
to 0 that be 101 could run ahead when lib tin train traineached trAinIfeMt trainreached
reached the crossing at Church Mr street vt t
New 111 llrightou When th I the toromottve toromottvervaclvNl IoIIImoUeJiootI locomotivereacheti
rvaclvNl I the IK switch WaUh jumtied Jum tt > off offlurned onturned niTturned
turned tlw II Ibeawitoli twitch and then tried to jump JumJuk
book again He slipped lip d and foil thmetly
in front of the locomotive lie II died al almost aJmoat almost ¬
most iBktantty iBktanttyllarmen tMLantlyItarinen ntly ntlylIarmell
llarmen and llahtntn lalf I oolilnt llnt K1 K1HuuriiTKiu V P1Iliiipieiia >
HuuriiTKiu I hallT May 7 flTioueand Thow4itd TII of ofigit ofaijhtuecr r rai
ai aijhtuecr igit IW eer > whocniiM wh who lll dune out 011 to UK u HemiMtead HemiMteadplain 11Ito I Iemiwteeilplains
plain palf thin thi afternoon aftmOl tp t p w ie > e tb lh the iieiforra iieiforraince ldama
ante a of Clifford lltr Harmnn larmn llarm + mn and tapt ai4 K tDklwin f fBaldwin i iDakiwin
Baldwin Dklwin with ilh their lhr liHlaiieH J lan were WI dn dnappointrd I di diappointed i iappoinW
appointed o OT oaing inc to n j tilT f wind wi that Ult I4ew I4ewfrom lew lewrrm Idewfrom
rrm from the th sean 11 which made flying nyil Un l ttngerous UngiToun n ncr
giToun cr Doth ueroitaiitM ar wore W8 lt at t Ihir IhirtnM lhif tbliealniw
ol ealniw tnM > and al waltetl wli11111 until after arrr sundown fur furtlie rortl forthe
the tl wind to drop dll off n hut this Ilia failed fU IUT lien Ilitnlred 11 liendred
lred dl of aiitwmobiletrumtf ollomuhi automoblire came from fr Hrnnklytt HIdlYl firnoli iyn
Manhattan Ianalln and all al part of I lolI Iung ng IxJuitd lol l4uwIthis
hi this afternoon rlumn and JI pr the scene ne alwut ahot time tlwKempotiNid II timeIienmtuteitd
KempotiNid nmpld rli plain Luirw took lok on an al air lir of If a I 1
Vanderbilt
cup ulIt ulItuaut race raceiraiafeM raceEiitet
iraiafeM uaut M Ma II Mlrlke 111 June Jlnf I IThe ITItp 4The
The exmvatora xoatora union m nt t yeiMerdny yeiMerdnynt yHlnly yHlnlynt
nt Marconi larJllal Hall 319 311 Kant tilth I lb trret trll to tovote tovote 0 0vole
vote on the tl queMion of n I general 11r1 strike itnkeof rike I Iof I
of eicavatnrv flvatlll on n Juno I for fjr 22 cent 18 an anunir nnaur anhour
hour unir After l r the meeting nltfl wt wus over Ir it w wannounn WA was wasannounced I Iannoun
announn announced < o > d th thJ the cightyHeven tltllyvn contractors conlrnctoreemploying rnlracn contractorsemploying
employing rmrlllyinJ IVD mn ml hud gninted Innlllh the di dimacti < I Imand r rmand
mand without whfut n utrike and that Ihft strikes Mnkenwill strikeswill lnkf
will wi tw b unleml 1111 nn Jure JIIe I ugalrwt Jl811t all allcontractor al nilcontractors
contractor ontrclu who Putt 111 not lut granted Irnlkl the Ih
demand dlllll l Irorl twfor forn hot time A general generalmM IIJral IIJralI generalmare
mM f mrvtlng mthll of the Ih exravatirK fxnIII who whoacoordinR whoaccording I
according arrdLnl to It t the union IIn orgini ofcnnlr organiers < r num ¬
her br II I 1 Out 11 wa waS called alk for next Ilt Sunday tundy I
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I NO REGRETS REGRETSHow RGR
I How often ofcl have you y wished wed to get getout Setlout et etI
lout I out ontot of some IU soinelnvestznent Investment Ivesent without wnbot a 1107 1107Tcr loss lossThere LouThere
There Tcr la too speculation sla In our o gnar gnaranteed g gxzaranteed
anteed atce mortgages Too Yo always aw get getwhat getWbtl getwhat
Wbtl what yon cxpectateuiflte cp te safety ler and anda
a higher her taxfree tfe Income Ic than U can canbe a canbe
be b derived dcrve from r any other glltedge glltedgesecurity gtge gtgeIY gI1tedcsecurity
security securityThey IY IYTcflr S SThey
They Tcflr are good goo Investments Ivestent for to you youand Jo youand
and a those to dependent cScpnml upon upn your Ju advice adviceNo adviceI adviceNo
I No tnveitor has ever lot 0 a dollar dollarCapital dolar
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Capital Cpia Captta1Surplu3 6 Surplus Surlu 97COUOOO 97COUOOOIJiBVrtrNT 7lOOOO 7lOOOOn 7iSOOooIi
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Vague ap Acreont ant ef a an al AreMtnt AreMtntThe terkieetThe Hkt HktThe
The polio poUo of the Ralph Rlp avenue anu elation itationDrnoklyn elationflrookiyn tlon I
Drnoklyn Drkly were f asked yesterday 1t1eLy to ti in inventlgate invrwtigate
ventlgate Vttlt the death of Charles Cri Ooliel Ohel an anelectrieian anelectrician I
electrician eltcn 21 year old 011 who died die on onSaturday o oI ontueday I
Saturday hlnby evening ulna at tho home of his hislister hi hissister
sister ltrr Mrs > In I > George Oef Dewe D 23 isomer Somerastreet Ilr Ilra isomeratreet
street a few flw hour hou after he was 1 brought broughtthere broUt broUtI broughtthere
there there in I a conch 00 Qobel 001 wo w employed employedby emploe
by the te Western Wltrn Electric Dro Company Cmpy In West Westitreet WHtt WedStreet
Street t Manliattan lDILltt and when he hi h left hrt hi hiiters hla hladtrl hisisters
sisters dtrl house baul on Saturday tury morning momlg to t go goto KOt goto
to t work he was w apparently apPnlly in good lo health healthJust hwlt healthJust
Just Jlt before broN noon a coach cc drew df up in infront I infront
front frt of hi b but house hou and a young YOI man m whom whomMr wom womMr whomMrs
Mr Mr Mrs Dewe D1 had ha never seen n before bfo helped helpedQobel helrl helpedlotusi
Qobel Ool from frm the vehicle hicle He told 1M Mr MrDowea 31nD1 3lrsDewee
Dowea D1 that tt her hr brother brtber had h fallen falln In the thahop tl
hop lOll and struck his h hi hood he against plt a bench benchMr bnc benchDewes
Mr 111 Dewes DeW aided ae by the th stranger Itrn r put puther puther puther
her brother brthe to bed tt and then th o she pent It for forDr forDr forDr
Dr Peter P r II I Keeler of 1112 Herklmer Herklmerstreet flerkimerstreet erkl
street la who Vho found that tt Golwl Oohelll hail a bad badfracture bedfracture baitfracture I
fracture at the base b of the skull kul and anddtlp a adeep adeep
deep gash p on o the th top of hi hI him head headIn headIn
In I Oobelii JbI lobel delirium dUrlm ho talked Uud a as if h hhad be beh behad I
had h been tn attacked attckt He 1e Ii died dlf In I the eve evening ee everung ¬ I
rung nll and a early Nrl yesterday tely morning mOrl1 the thedoctor thedotor thedoctor
doctor notified the Detectives Detectiveswho
dotor notlte te police DtN DtNwho
who Were put pt on o the rare ll were w re Informed Informedthat IDror Informedthat
that Oobel 01 was W stricken with a hemor hemorrhage htmr htmrrhap hemorrhage
rhage floor for In hi hi Lila shop op and fell heavily hlvly to the thefloor thefor theflour
1101 uoniT AT lion 1111 ST iTTI srtriov inov inovfett nOllm nOllmt IW a stn stnIleet
fett t OlSen O l Thletc Tle Make ak Another Raid RaldHrrent Ral RaidRecent
Recent Rfrnt light 11 at Chaunee ChauneeUurgUra nutr nutrI thauneeHurglant >
UurgUra Bural entered ente > the tI pot t office omc in 1f the theNew th theew
I New ew York Central C6Dua station Itton at Mount Iout Hope Hopeon 10p
on 0 the th Putnam llnr division wIlonarl early yetterday yetterdaymorning yettentayt
I morning momlnt and after afr ransacking raklnl the th yen7 yen7I elation ttatinaKatheriag 8tUO elationgathering
gathering lallrioe up a few stomped Itap envelope envelopeami tnlopNan1
anti postage rltc stamp tJ and ad taking the th petty pettyciub ply pettycub
cub h in both the ticket oftlca onl and aD post pottoffice pt ptomc postonce
office omc drawers made mae a retreat rtmt ju just JUltprby t a apasserby a aptuaerby
passerby prby reached ull the depot d pt Access A wa wagained 111 wee weegained
gained Ka by prying Irin open the th rear r station stationdoor atatlondoor stationminor
door with a I jimmy jimmyA JimmyIllg
A t gang Illg of thitivo thllvO has hit been committing committingroMwriM Immltnl committingrotdaries
roMwriM rlri of stations Iatlon along the Putnam Putnamdivulon Ptnaln PtnalnI Putnamttiivision
divulon I divilol for a long time Only Oly three threeweak threeweek hl
weak ago go at Oiauncey Station Hlaton the first firststation tnt tnti firststation
i station alaton north of Mount Hope 10 Defective DefectiveJoxeph Pleh PlehOUrUII DetectiveJoeeIli
Joxeph berlin OUrUII of the II New ew York ork Central lfntr entralRailroad
Railroad Jtlr staff IIt had a I pistol patol fight fcht with wih four foiwmasked i iIIUkM
masked IIUkM burglar bur In Ulertln mettle had been sent wntthem sentthere nt
them 11 and Was sleeping Ipn In the h portofficnl portofficnlwaiting post t OIM OIMltntr oflkeI oflkeIwaiting I
waiting ltntr for an n ei ari111 > ecte < l r robbery bb br ry I IA I
A 0 little ll after Ilrtr midnight mlnijht Quertin QUrtn was waastartled waaartklly wasstartled
startled aartklly by the 01 appearance of four fol m Ikl masked maskednet < uked ukedtnen
tnen 111 net He Hf p pllloln piltiemi < ille < Prr l op open n the th station ltln door doorwhile dor minorwhile
while hl they III y were prying prlnJ at the h poet orbs otfionwliKlow onC orbswindow
window wlKlo and nO orlered orIf them to pI throw thr up lp I
their t h 1 hands IU They o 01neil cue fire r on 01 fluer fluerilfi < lu ur r rIm
Im 11 who hn returned Iuml the Ih fire fru while whi he hi backed brkl
Into Inl the t l inmt < > o t offliv ol UUrtln berlIn got It a line lineon lnt lnton linenit >
on one oe man mn from the light IIIIt of a wlndvwand wlndvwandttml wldlwlm I
ttml fl The 11 robber rhtr uttered ul a groan rn and andMrambled andscrambled
scrambled Hmbl for the door dOlr doorteantime n n i
Meantime INtlml nlrfn luertln lay crouched eudu on the Ihep h hpt I
I p pt primi < t office om floor tlor dodging rldnc the t bullet bullll < from fromthe fromtime I
the other Dire th robbers rohltB After Ale the mid midimight nldIII
i night III < h train had tsusemi u > ed I the h three thl rubber rubbertook robberstook I Ilook
took the h fourth awny I R on a hand had ear Nru
u
11iir 111 ntniT FIbI1TrnUZIIT rnrHiiiT nlllT rrr rrrTtt rT rTTna rirrea
Ttt Itallreaih lroll le I Take fammlMleni fammlMleniOrder omnUn omnUnun omnsksInrdmr
Order un la fourl fourlAr or orArlK sect secttrmrrrx
Ar ArlK trmrrrx rtx Tex May The TIt Texas Texasrailroad Tnarird Teiesrattroiuti
railroad rird have > deeM dMII1 deeibl to II te reeiet int Ht in II the thecourt thecourts htlrl
court lrl the he order olr of the Ih Itallroad Itllll Coin CoinmiMk COI Couimimeion
miMk milm mimeion reducing flulllt time h freight rllhl rate rl on 01 cotton cltn cottonints
4 tvntK a 1 Imiulred huudr imeunds > ound Injunction Injunctionpnceedrng InJIIlln InJIIlln1n Injunctioniuniwdiiigs
pnceedrng 1n < kiRII acm o against lnt t in II the enforcetn enforcement enforcementI nrofnl nrofnlIr nl nlof
of Ir I UM u order onlr win wili be M > bittllubMl lUlul1 a as > soon In a athe a as asthe
the II commission tlion Issue the III mw tariff IfriI
Ry y doing this the t railroad rint will wil be abl abltn ablto ableto
to mum a poelfxmement 1IIJntff of the reduced redu < < l lrule ln
rule n until unll after aror the Ih cotton olw season Jn It I over overa orn
a n It will Iii tak III take several nral n months > onth to fight fightthe fhghtthe
the 01 question fI ihruiiich IhlIIeR lb II court IUrtll fhl The ThomilroAd T Therailroad
railroad mll claim cli that tk the Ihl four rent AI reduc reduction ItIC retluiclion ¬
lion mean I a ices Mi of mere mOre titan Uln llWinun llWinuna SIOJIO
a year In i their tir revenue revenueTo revenuesTo nl1 nl1To
To Deem no 4uler lrr fer ieternnr GetemerThe ieternnrThe mor
The 1 William Kuber Suur Campaign lmpitn Club lot or orCIt orIreoter ufOreatvr
Oreatvr CIt Sew eW York r urk wa 11 was formed at II IIS II IIUMU riHecond
S Hecond oond avenue ye yrdy UriUy to 1 promote Irom IromnmiMUI the thenominttiun thefloflultMtiofl
nominttiun nmiMUI of r I nngre onlt ongresaman man n Kulzer for foro4nllr
Governor o4nllr A letter kttOr wo w rend 11 from f1 f iuv iuvgreessatui or orKrcMnvtti 0
KrcMnvtti Hiilwr in 1 which llch he 11 expressed expressedhis x 1 1h
hw h upprecutlon ami ml approval of the theaetivity th thoutiviy theaetivity
aetivity outiviy Ipton of the Ih club clb In hi h his aprol1 interest il inteyestAmong
Among mlt this 11 premHt at th the organira organiraIton organlmt4ou
Iton II meeting were Dr M Meyer y ortanlM ortanlMII r Wolff wolr
Myron IYft HiiWxrKer ll isaac IMO Marx Juation JUUee JUUee1lnl
l oiicnl 1lnl A Snltkln SIIllktnEjhnlm rjer Ephrulm Katifnuii KatifnuiiAdolph Klhnu KlhnuAd81p haufmuiAdolph
Adolph Ad81p Kwtr IIOtr Dr flavt1 l vl Davidson Iden > twanl Ed Edwant xl xlwanl
wanl Kueiirerund tl Fuelirer br Jnd and Hamuel ImISlok SUrk SUrkMite StsrkMites
I
Mite If rater This Tbl Strike NtrlkeTlie Strikeml rl
Tlie 11 ilre tiress I wiit Mit caw 1 as worker wfkt union unionwhew llln lllnwi titikupwhee
whew wi members mml went wtII on strike tril six ix week vrreLsago Wfk weekagi
ago BI for or recognition 1Iiion of tha thl th union un lll re r reported I Iported I
ported lrlt yentenlay rty that tllt Ihewivra thl the wi h and In1 in inter psiten t ¬
ten n of the strikers formed a womens womensauxiliary womensaiisiliary
oPJo oPJoouII17
auxiliary ouII17 of the union at u mewling mtlc at
Cimton I Hall nai tn tl Ii encourage nrunl the th men mfl to tolick tolck tostick
lick lck it I out Oually tuUy when wh n then t I la a
long continued conUnuf strike trik the OI wives of the thettriken thlllrjfr thestrikers
strikers work lrjfr want th the men 11n to get t back brk to towork t towork I i I
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Halter lrr In feolrotrn nlronroIICNI nlronroIICNIIIIt Prolonged ProlongedIUlil Preiueigtd1151st
IUlil l lkNIt Ledked okeil Fer tn Coafrmier ofrll fann fannniliieeln tenIiuiitireinsurgenls5tlii n nmtlntrlmlUI
niliieeln iuiitireinsurgenls5tlii mtlntrlmlUI urcentnill Vole 0 for Hill HillWAKUINOTON 11 11alILnTN hUhWACIILftrrox
WAKUINOTON alILnTN May 11y 22 2 The To indication indicationre IIIdkatone IIIdkatoneire
ire are re that 1h the th Adminiatnttion Adnlitton railway rUny kill killI bi billwill
I will wi be In the thl hands bnda of the thl conference conferencecommittee lnrerenr lnrerenrI conferencecommittee I
I committee oormiUe by b the latter Ir part of the week wmkIt Wk WkIt
It will i be passed in the Senate nt Thursday Thursdayor 1 u
or Friday fridy unless DI further obstacles ohtaclt are aroplaced areI I IpaCd
I placed in it It lie way by the insurgent I I nl De Debate D DI Dokite
bate on the bill bi will wi bo resumed ue Tuesday TuecdayThe Tuly TulyTe
I The Te Cummins lmna amendment aedent providing providingthat Irovldluctbt
that tbt Increased Inl rates rl shall bl not becomo becomoeffective lxmt lxmtlelTtl hiecemecctive
effective lelTtl until Ut approved ppro by the Inter Interstate InlrIlate Interstate
state Commerce Commer Commlx Comion Commission ion is I the prin prlnclpJ principol
1 cipal clpJ matter mter in controversy now It I will willbe wil willbdebtstedforadayortwo
be b bdebtstedforadayortwo debated dehat for a day or o two t The Thelinee Thelineeare lines linesare li
I are An closely drawn drwn on the Cummlna Cml amend amendment amendinset m mI ¬
inset and It will wi be b I beaten tn or o adopted adopte by bya
I a 1 narrow n margin hcl1 The Tle Insurgent InurlII ex expresn uIr ezpress
press Ir the belief Ield that tt Ihe amendment aendment will willbo wi willbti
bo b incorporated Inoort in the bill bi
I All Al sign Ii point pt to a prolonged prloltfC1 contro controveiny oon oony cnntroversy
veiny y In conference lOrtrno over ov r the n1lr railroad railroadbill ld ldI
I bill bl The Te long Ion and a short ho clause LU and ad the thesection th thesections
section 11o of o the t House lol bill bl relating reltln to tooapltalitatlon toplalrton tocapitalleatlon
oapltalitatlon plalrton will wi emit Olet a great It deal of ofcontroversy ofotrven ofcontroversy
controversy While Whl It I baa b not yet been beendetermined bn bndeteried beendetermined
determined deteried whether the female t shall hal re retain r cilain ¬
lain in I the bill bi pending pndi in that tht body by the thesection Ill Illelon thesections
section elon bearing brlnl on o capitalisation cpllaluUon this thissubject tb thissubject
subject lubJ will wl coma rol up In conference conferenceInasmuch Orllrnl oonferneeinasmuch
Inasmuch lnmuch a u the House IO bill bl contain oontn fea features r fmatuies ¬ I Itu
tures tu along alo this ti line tDe House UOI leaders leadersexpect Ira IraIpect leadersexpect
expect that t the conferee Cfe will wIILlV have more moretrouble m moretrouble
trouble troble reaching mclnl tn J agreement Irmel t on o the Ihelong thelong
long and acl abort abo haul hu clause claU than Ihn on any anyother aa aaolllvr anyother
other feature feture of the Administration Administrationbill AdmlnltrUon AdmlnltrUonbi
bill bi The Th House UO adopted dcpt the tl Mann ilmn lung lungand 1001And longanmi
and short bo haul clause L by an a overwhelm overwhelmIng ovrwhelm ovrwhelmIn
lug In majority This clause hat teeth In InIt InIt init
It and mot I I ii particularly Jltcurly objectionable ohJetonble to the therailroad thlrlll therailroad
railroad rlll and Uppers at t terminals terminalsInasmuch t terminalinasmuch rmln
Inasmuch In uc a aa It Jhlptra prohibits Irlbl a greater greatercharge glter glterchr greatercharge
charge chr < for a short than for a long 101 haul haulunder lu haulUnder
under unde any riroumntanrwe riroumntanrweJust lrmt
Just how the House 101 and the Senate Senateconferees Se Senalaconferees
conferees 0 will wi be b able ble to t reach rh an agree agreement q agreemeet ¬
meet met on this tb section of the th bill Mi I i not notoWr notON notclear
clear ON Tltr There ia I Non a t lrobabiy nrobabilitv > rol > abiUtr that the long IIK
and short h haul bul rlaue I of the th existing existinglaw eiiatinjlaw Illng Illnglaw
law may ma be permitted prmltk to stand td pending pendingan PdinK PdinKal
an al inquiry IDqur and report reprt by b the Interstate InterstateCommerce Inttnlal4 InterstateCommerce
Commerce Comrr Commission C UIO aa to 0 whether whetherabunett whth whetherabuse
I abuse ab have grown up under present presentpractices JII JIIprlo presentpractices
Kw
practices prlo and ad what remedies mi may ba h ap applied a apht1ii ¬
plied by law lw that tlt will wi t be o Just both bth to tohipper 10hipN toshippers
hipper at the th terminal ti and at inter intermediate Iltor intermediate ¬
mediate m Llte point A suggestion of such sucha luh luha
a compromisa oompr ha h been uaplon made me and it will willbn wmflbe iU iUodf
bn considered odf by the conferee confereeAccording oonfPr confereesAccording
According Alrdia to statement lattmtnl made by in insurgent Inalr Inatirgent ¬
surgent alr la every I Republican Rpublc Senator Ht will willvote wi willvote
vote for the th Administration Admlroa bill bi wh wh when whenit n nit
it 1 I put on it lte final nnl passage No o measure meaaumnot meu measurenot
not Ivt oven the PayneAlarich PIA ch tariff tf bill billha bI billbait
ha h been II more bitterly hUry attacked by the theinsurgent theinsurgents e einurKnt
insurgent inurKnt Eight lhl of o them voted ot against againstthe aPn
the tb tariff trf bill hi but all al of them Intend Intd to tovote tot tovote
vote t for the railroad rlr bill Mi They Th y tak takUw I taheth
Uw U th position rllt that the Mil bi ha b baa been bH maSon matenally maler maSonally
ally aly Improved ImlrV that it In a pretty PruiT good goodineoiiure goodmeasure
measure 101 ai a it stand tand and that It I I is entitled entitledto mlll g
I to support supliOrtrnl4T1 upJor upJorI
I
I I rm4T rnl4T1 WITH IITII tt 61W fffrr Ir wffruv wffruvIll IlitiT llT I Ij 115 115It
I Ill j I It Fl Fh Fixes e the flounder l6n Line Le llelnern ltlrn the theI heI
I I nlleit rnil Mtales and 11 Canada CanadaWAIIIIXOTGM anda andaI snailsI
I WAIIIIXOTGM aUIUTN May n President Pdt Taft Taftwill Tat Tatw Taftwill
will w send nd to 0 the Senate snato within wihin a few day dayfor dy daysfor
for raiflcation rtillion a treaty tfty bewteon bwIn the theUnited th theenited
United Vnffl SiSsies ltel and flrent rNt Britain lrain by bywhich b bwhlnl bywhirls
I which the te location Oton of the International Internationalboundary fnl internationalboundary rto
boundary bolr line between het the Inltvd lOnle Stale Hlaland Stateand Staleand
and Canada Cnda from frm a point Ilnt In PaMama PaMamaqiioddy Iaum Iaumqloddy Passamaquioddy
qiioddy Day y lying between bl we Treat Tft Island Islandand bld bldwd Islandand
and Friar trr Head and extending thence tbeDc tbeDcIhrh thencethrough
through Ihrh the bay Lr and to the th middle mddle of offlrand ofOrand ofGrand
Grand Mania Jn channel nlll i fa fixed flfl and de deI defnffl tiefIned
I fined fnffl without retort Ir to 0 the ti arbitration arbitrationprovided abtrto abtrtolroldP arbitrationirvided
provided lroldP for In the treaty of April Altll 111903 111903l II tl8 tl8the lane laneietween
l ietween i een th the Inllwl ni State and Great Olt
iJrli Britain The T convention V tll w Wi wag signed yes yesterday y ye yeterday ¬
I terday Imy by Ila17 Secretary of Suite Klle Knox lno and andtho aDdtll andthe
I the bojwador bojwadorThe tll I Right IUath dO Hon lo Jam James liryce BrN ilntuh Irilh Am Ambojwador AmI Ambassador
The TIt true tr location I ton of thin boundary bOnlr line lineithin lne lneitbln lineaithin
ithin III the intent and meaning nnl of the pro provision 1m proYisiOfls ¬
vision vii of the treaties trellf treatksof of 17M 11 and ald 1111 1111ha Ul leilhas
ha hu long ben 1 a subject ubjl of contention oltUon oltUonbttwn contentionbetween
between the two loVmun tiovemtcent To effect effectan eeetan tlt
an n adjustment of the di thelmute 1111 Kit it wa a pro proVKlad provkle provxled
VKlad vkle 1n tn n Article Arlc 1 of the treaty of April Jrll prih II IIluol IIlaM
laM I that in rate of failure ru In 0 agree by
direct dir negotiation nltotatlon within a fixed n al period periodthu prio
the qu question tlon should alould IM I referred rerr to arbi arbitration Irll artultration ¬
tration Ira lio While U thi thi thAi time tl limit lmt fur reach reaching rlh reathlug ¬
lug 111 an agreement Ijtmnt under unler the treaty It hat hatexpired hatnr hastphreil
expired nr the two Government OOlmfnlll neverthe nevertheleiut nvrthe nvrthehv
leiut > J have hv been n able hi to reach rch a direct directagnwment dlD ilireotagreement
agreement on the evidenc evidPI and nd argu argument nltumlw argumeat ¬
meat mlw already prepared prn1 and an aubmeitted aubmeittedwithout ubmitt ubmltl d dwithout
without wiht resort mr to arblratot arblratotlrnkMt arbitrationIresIdeul arbitration arbitrationIrrtldmt
Irrtldmt lrnkMt and a Mr n TaU at a hurtS CliurHiWAHIIIXOTOX nmrth nmrthWuunXOY hurtSWiuiiXaTox
WAHIIIXOTOX WuunXOY May Ia a Mr Irs Tuft Tar at attended altn1 attendril ¬
tended tn1 service ele today oy at t HI Johns JohnsOiurrh Joh JohnsOmureli
Oiurrh ui walking akig over ov from the I White WhiteHouse Wht Wht10u Whitlions
House 10u unaccompanied unlpif She wan gown gne gowned gownedin d din
in a light llhl blue hue walking waki < suit uit ul with wlb a small amallMark Ilal smallllark
Mark IJk and white whi hat ht A few friend friendgathered rrird rrirdaall friendsgathered
gathered about her after Uw U service
aall abut tl a r io to tocongratulate tomnltulat honnitrattilats
congratulate mnltulat her r on o her selection wlllon a atonorory 8JI 8JIlcory ashonorary
honorary lcory member mtfllr of II the I Worlds War Sunday
hchool khtl Amociation A Amwiociation1 atol now in it It sixth lath an annual anllu antmwsl ¬
nual llu convention rvnllon in a Washington hlno Tim TimIVwident 111 Dielresidnt
IVwident attended attflldA All Al Souls Hl Unitarian UnitarianChurch Unit Unitartanhutch
Church lh 1I with hill hi brother Charles P I Taft Taftwho I Iwho
who 1110 I 1 Is now 101 a WluU hi idtu house JOI gue guest guestIemeriai t tMetnerlal t tar1
Metnerlal ar1 illar la le I list UI lair IIUhopKatlrr IIUhopKatlrrlee
lee leeWAnniKOTflX I IUlllaTOY leeWARIXIXOTOX
WAnniKOTflX UlllaTOY May Iy a A memorial 1tlor1 1tlor1allar memorialsitar
altar named n after altf the lb late Henry Henr Tate YntneFUturlee YNt TateistterIee
FUturlee Flfrf for ro many may year ye Bishop Bih of 0 the theFpicvpal th thEIil theEpiscopal
Episcopal EIil dioc d diocese M of o Washington W hlnJ was watunveiled Wi wasunveiled
unveiled unvUt at the Church of tha th tl Akcwruiion Akcwruiionthe AKI Aseemumiontli
the Ihl tli procatliedral pralJllr during o Iliohop m IIlshoiulees hp HatUr ttt
lees life lil today tor The altar at oust 0 mom 10
Uuui JJiW 3 IO IP and was wllribu contributed l by > y friend friendsof
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Mantell fee f PrwWwit PrwWwitWAfitiNf PII PIIuutNrrolK Pros West WestWasuisirot
WAfitiNf Wasuisirot uutNrrolK rut May flln In an interview interviewhere Inltonlewhere interviewhere
here tonight tn h Tom Taggart TIat of Indian Indianavowed la induanavowed
avowed aoe himself hhlllr a supporter lupprter of dot dotMarshall OY OY1lml floeMarshall
Marshall 1lml for President Prllnt and predicted predictedthat prlol prlolthat
that the Indiana Indlnl delegation dlkptln would be beiiutmcted b bjlnalnUffl beinstructed
jlnalnUffl instructed for him Mr Ir Taggartu TaIPrQ state ataleinent statewent Iat
went Ilnt wa wa however taken with a aof grain grainof lrln lrlnof
of Mil Jlt by polltlcMini polikiln who recalled rlfCt the thafact tl thetact
fact fa that hi his friend rrlnd stIlled tl the resolution resolutionin rluto
in the recent lnt Indiana Indin State convention conventionwhich cnvnto conventIonwhich I Iblm
I which proponed to endorse lndol Oov 0 Marshall Manhottfor 11alal 11alalfor
for Prwident prop ilnt It I I la the Impression Impllon in I the theIndiana t tIIIIdlU theInthiana
IIIIdlU Indiana delegation dllton In Congress Cnlr that thtt Tag TaC Tagglut
I glut when It I comes omN to t a showdown will willIn wU willbe
1 be In favor of Harmon larmon of aoow Ohio Ohi M first flrttand IInAnd firstand
and Mayor Iaor Oaynor Oayor M second IDd choice choiceKem col choiceKm
Km will wi be b elected elt Senator Sntr aatd aatdMr al U UMr
Mr Taggurt tonight 1 say now u assaid I Isaid IMld
Taccrt tDll U
said In the State Hlt convention ttln that tat John JohnKern Joha JohnKern
I Kern Klm was the t logical lgical candidate oandit for Senator Senatorand Bnmtr Bnmtrand Senatorand
and no person was better bttr pleased pl over overhi orbi overhim
hi bi nomination nomlllln pnn than t I wa waJlr WI wasMr
Jlr U Tattgart Tafla Tai gart gave aa a dinner din at the t New NewWlllard 1e 1eWilard NewWillard
Wlllard Wilard Hotel 1011 tonight tnbt to eleven eln Demo Democratiknember4 J1 DemocratkIcnembermof
cratiknember4 > f the Houae HoU from fmlal Indiana IndianaTh
Th Tho ctclmbrf Indiana Jldiana boss ei explained 4Isplinl that tt hi his vl visit visitto Ialt Ialtto lt ltto
to Waah Walnltn Washington Ington waa waaofa of a purely 1 > lrI11ar aocla sociicliar sociicliariseter Vohar Voharacter
acter and and without political significance significanceThere lplfct
There Thf U 1 ii a general CRIrl Impression Impron plile In I Indiana Indianapolitical Inlna Inlnapolt Induinapolitical
political polt 1 circle however that tha Mr rr Tag Taggart Tae Taggait
gait la already Ired bum kusy pulling puln wire for the thecontrol thecontrol
ca u W1
control ttrol of the Indiana Indi delegation dlClt to the thenext thehl thenext
next hl national natlaal Democratic moto convention CTtln I
LORIVKH LOllvrn IV 1 ir43fllVOrOV ir43fllVOrOVIlltoel Jul oro oroIlno
Illinois Ilno Henaler mter May H A Ask k the tb Hecate te teDlpt le leInmitgate IsInrsttgse
Inmitgate Dlpt Charges tr ef e 1 Urlben UrlbenWABUIMO Urlb UrIberWainutovoit
WABUIMO W AIIOJ OK May M JJS ntor ntor Lori Loriiner Lr Ledtsr
iner Ier of o Illinois IUDo returned to Washington Washingtontoday Wlhllt Washingtontoday
today t1 and soon ln after he his hi arrival rrivl her It Itwaa I Itwas
was 1 reported pr that tt the Ue Senator Str had b Just Juatbout Jltabt Justabout
bout abt made me up hit b hi mind m to ask the Senate Bvnatto Senateto t
to Investigate Inntp the charges crl of bribery that thathave tt ttbve thathave
have been made In connection with hi hielection h his hiselection
bve b m ORIcon
election There Tere have hav been nimor rln for forseveral fo forseveral
eleon
several r day dy that tt one oe or o two Democratic DemocraticSenators Dmto DmtoSnatora DmocratioSenators
Senators Snatora were 1 threatening thltonlDI to introduce introduceuch Intruc introducesuch
uch a resolution rluton rlutonnat resolutionSenator
8 Senator nator nat I orimer lml was working worln for forral see several seecml ¬
eral ral hour hoW after ale afterhe he got ct here on the th prepare preparation prepf preparelion ¬
lion of a statement latemt and ad the impression ImpreMionU Impion ImpionI
U I that lht It U I the defence dolre which whc he will willmako wi willU
mako U when wto he h asks that the charges be heInpt beInvestigated
Inpt me Investigated The Te a Senator Knat tt declined d0l crI to bo boInterviewed b beInterviewed
Inteiewe Interviewed Mr Lorlmer Lorimr has been n ab absent ah absuit ¬
sent Qt from Washington WMblDE for several ba vr week weekon WlU WlUon wekson
on amount acnt of the flllaoU IDo scandal
o n nn
Jill n HXLD IIIID AS xni UIiVflLlR UIiVflLlRShe ImFn ImFnlbr > LKn LKnbe
lbr She be I Ii Charged thraret With Wlb Cetttng CllaC Ceeda Wertn Wertn30OO Wetb
30OO 20 Pr Fam Frame m mtadelphU fUaelpl Nterr Ntsrrii NtsrriiPuuanalnua i iPuiuiiKLritu
PuiuiiKLritu luIUDXIIU May lay n nW 22Wearing Wearing Wearingityliah rlas a aIt11 astylish
stylish It11 suit alt and d a big bl bat bt trimmed tlmt with withweeping wilbrpll withsweeping
weeping rpll black bl ¼ plume NUre Nurene ueme Davit Davitpretty JI a apretty
prt pretty young woman om zo o year y ar old was wasprisoner 1 1pmne a aprisoner
pmne today toy prisoner In the City Hall police polc Itaton Itatontoy stationtoday station stationtoday
Hhe H i I is charged c with wih having Inloe used ua the thename tb tbI thenausea
name I of prominent society III women woe to toswindle toswindle 0
swindle Iwlndll about abt fifteen tf stares t out ot of good goodwhich goodswhich I
which whm detectives deltln say were worth worh tWxl tWxlThe II 1 tiw tiwI
The 1h I he young womans woan mother died dlo about abouta bt I II I Ia
a year M ago and Id she said their thll home hoe wa wabroken 1 1broklll wasbroken
broken up She afterward dtrfam became bme acl aclquainted ac acqulnted acIquainted
quainted with wih persons who were re in a at atposition I Iposition 1plton
position plton to take te pr her h for automobile auomoble ride rideand rd rdad ridesanti
and ad she became be envious eDvlO of the dress dt of o ofmane j jname
name 11 of time women wome she alt saw M on such suchexcursion suchexcursions uc
excursion ucfion excursionsIn I IIn I
In her hH statement to 0 acting actn a Captain CaptainSouder CaptainSouder ptaln i
Souder 8e the young woman woan declared d lar 1 sosays so be beay I IM
M says ay lust she iii yng elld sold or pawned pwntmoetof pawnedmnostof most of the thegood thlao thegooda
good ao the ab h obtained obtainedUes oblalnedn
Ues n Re lleeeme Pme Burglar Bl IB I Eat t rresene PNn i iA IlaM IA
A light laM shining alln < In the basement bnwnt of a agrocwiv aarl agrocesy
grocwiv arl store at 7114 21 i14 Broadway Boay early earlykit earlylast ulyllt
kit llt evening feDIC attracted ttrac the attention aUentln of ofPoliceman orPolCman ofPolicemen
Policeman PolCman I Leonard 1n < He n found three threesmall thl threesmall
small amnI boys 07 eating aUn preserve p r from can cn I Iwhich IVhe Iwhich
which Vhe they had ha opened They were wereJoncph wnJOI wereJoseph
Joseph > 1 Fuses f > 11 I year Yfllf opn old ol of It IU Amster Amsterdam Aflr Aflrdm Amesterdamn ¬
dam dm avenue George Or Townsend Tow 10 of of3M of3l
3M 3 3l West Hixtydxth Klllylth street II It and his hisbrother h hisbrother
brother John K I They Th y had broken brok 10 n Lbs thwlock Lbslock h hllk I
llk lock on the door dor Their 11llr parent rtDI balled balledthem bie bailedthem I Ithlm
them at the police polt station stationuU stationJiieI talon talonIlb I
Ilb uU JiieI s Uall Dl Pla raen PICrs > ers Fined 1fd M S Apiece ApieceTwo ApieceTwo pt I ITo
Two latch batc of subway rowdies rwdl on o their theirway thir I Iway
way down town from fr Van Cortlandt Crldt Park Pak I Iwere Iwre Iwere
were taken in by the th polio plc of the th West Wlt Westlceth I I100th I
100th 10 street Itl station IttlOla lost night nllh They T were werethrowing werethrowlnl werethrowing
throwing baseball bbll and ad mitt mie In car carOf parsof I
Of the ten prisoners pren six ell were wer taken to the th theGerry
0 Gerry < > rry sooietya aety they the were under undr 10 years yearsold yearold
old The 1 four for other nbe were wre fined fl U 5 apiece apiecein apltO I
in I the h night nleh court our
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Ueteethra DfthN Trail Ti the h Man Ma 1 With lh the thePuk hl l t trink
rink P ailpt and Catch lel Three 1 ItsHam ItsHamAn lall
An Italian It who wa sluing atlilc in intant a ataurant r rtaurant
taurant tant In East Et tilth IUh street streetmorning yetmUr yetmUrmorning 7fr 7frmmnl
took out hi his handkerchief
morning
mmnl tk handklfhif handklfhiflonl eej eejlong ot otlong
long pmk plk slip Ip fell to the floor four DetActh DetActhArchlpoll IJlllhArpl DetsicijiArebipoli
Archlpoll Arpl who wa 11 sitting lln at a Ul tM tatii > M op opxits o opposit
posit became mo Interested In that thaIle slip ty >
p le lie followed folowl It It its owner oWDr out Olt of the th theaitl r Il > hni hniul
aitl > ul 11 to 801 al 1OI3 j K4 It lasL l UStli ISIh Mrwt IIlrll When Whfl Wimesaw b bsaw
saw him hm enter Archl Ahllll Archipuli > oli got Dxlnotirm 1Jloh 1Jlohlla Ilotiott IlotiottUdtward
Unward and Naughton NaughtonThe Nu hton hton1lclevM
lla The 1lclevM lii three thredeIctlvee detective < broke broblnand In and fount fountthree rIt rItth fnmMthree
three th haitian 1t1 in a room rm full ful or orsod rharu rharuand
and ad book b and alt pink and ant green Itn h IM IMThey p
They arrested ale a the three thr who ho w ern r Ma hdl hdlPacl iitIms4 011 hH
Pacelll Pacl of fliT n Mr First nt t avenue Knrio t tllzia lIda tlisle
lisle Ida of 301 31 East lltth 11th street al and all AnVwi tntoiutaaseihl nt
Caaeelll CI of t 07 East t lllth street streetCapt lt ltCapt streetCapt
Capt Corcoran Corran of the K East Kt 104th Illh atres atresstation tr IrtaUon At Atstation
station ha b has be b been n receiving Inl letter ttell warn m
lug htm hm that tt a fake rak lottery lottry wee WJIMnc WJIMncplrat being Pr PrpeTrated rwrated
peTrated rated on the Indians Iaia of hi his ibitnn ibitnna
a plrat lottery lotter purporting PUrtIDI to be b a branch bach llte of ofuM 4 4genuinaoneinltaly agenuine
genuinaoneinltaly genuinaoneinltalyThe genuine uM o one In I Italy t
The T police plO lay ay y that tha thy have re rereivmj rereivmjword < wiv < t tword
rtw
word wo the scheme that tt an Italian Ial banker bnk or U f I twhij whin h J Jthe
amll
Bostell Sr f Flcrntt arll IIke 11f Ir In Uod Ila siii siiiAcademy titl titlAcaJemr
Academy Atemr flaw flawANNAPOLIS lI lIAXHOU lass lassAssaroua
ANNAPOLIS May lay a z UnofflcUl Unomro r akI cakslatlons akIlaton ki kilations
lations laton by member rnemb of the th first da c ciasu u uthai atthe
thai Naval Academy make it I alniMt
Acemy Ob Obtain co cotn o olain ¬
lain tn that tLlt the graduating trrauatlnl class 11 thin hi yea ymuwill YVwi yeawill
will wi be led Irt by Midshipman Mldhlpman Henry HeDr K i KM KMMil H
Mil of Florida Iorld Examination amlnton for ib ibfirst lbOt the thefirst
first Ot clue are at still tl going on but bt IAOM IAOMobtaining tin tinobtaining
obtaining obtinng 0 above abov a certain ctlu mark ar au t m not notruIr flIrequired > t trequired
required ruIr to take te them th l su 1 that the ranking rankingstudent rankingstudent hluDctudenla
student of the clot du have b vellpletd completed timer UMTwork timerwork
work workAlrtBPLMZAND workI I
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