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The Public Service Commission cot cottinned continIitd Cutolled
tinned yesterday rda Its hearing on th the appl applcation oppllcatlnn app1rttk
cation rttk t of the bondholder of I ho ThirIvMiue Thir ThirdjOnue Thirgrrnue
IvMiue jOnue Railroad for permission rmloo to reoi reoiatu noorArutf reoiraruta
Arutf atu e tb the system etm It heard mow d dtail de deAIIlrom divile
tail AIIlrom from Marvyn Scuddcr th the COunt accouniant sccountnt COuntalii
ant who bn hu bn examining th book bookr boobnl
r nl e > f tb the company of tb the financial hlstor hlstorrl hlolory hlolorynl
rl e th thot company before it went nn Into thbLhds th thbud the thehLWof
bud hLWof of a rvoirr WltUam W O Uutbriirvuruel Uuthrii Uuthriimini OuLhrloun1
mini un1 for the landholders again madmany mad madmany mademAIl
many mAIl objection to tb the acceptance ptnOll c cMr of ofIr c cMr
Mr Ir 9cudd Bcuddrs r report but they wet wernened wetupped re retntd
upped to by b the tb commission commissionOne I IOae
One of Mr Scudder report cover coverth roud covenIM I II
th I rum par > urrbe MS of the floating ftoaUIIDdbt Indebtvdnen Indebtvdnenof l MI MIrot
I of controlled coapante The bUn floatintadbtedneat bUnIndtbt AoaUnlodrbtedmra
tadbtedneat Indtbt of the Union Railway Con Conpuy CompAIl conray
ray pAIl wu ttCSi7l of the Fortyeecon Fortyeeconfaest Yortcond1tM1 FottyeconFuel
Fuel 1tM1 ManhattanvUI hattauvLfl and St Nichol NlchoUAVMIIM NicholAtrnhle IcholuffnM
AVMIIM ffnM Railway Company t4OIJ u o oh 01 01t cth
t th h stcDftr > Klectrlo Railroad i Cornranv Com Comrony I om omrany
rony IISM3 of th the Tarrytown Whit Whitlain Wbit1aillA WhitIM
1aillA lain IM and Mamaroneck Railway Coin Coinr C4lnrn Cornrely
r rn ny IIm I2e > of th the Yonker Railroair lahroaCompany RAilroad RAilroadrmran
Company r mpany 13079 and of th the RouthenRonlrarl Houthen HouthenRfltitovard Southemllimlard
Rfltitovard Railroad Company ttTV ttTVTh 12 12Tit 632 632TM
Th TM total of the floating Indebtdneof ind IndelMdntM bt < ln lntl
tl controlled companies was tJ7tl7M tJ7tl7MInotber 12181113nothrr 270121tnntber
Inotber report showed inuwwllaneou inuwwllaneouI m tnacwitneouparmeota Ilaneou Ilaneourayment4
I rayment4 meats amounting to ttttlM whit whlclMr whlbIr whitIr
Mr Ir 8cuddr ucldeaya eayewera ty were re paid by the lotto MortoTrust IortonTrut lottoTest
Trust Company from eonttructlon ructlon fund fundand Ilindand fundanl
and which were not supported by vouchn vouch ollehThe
rre n The lIt U beaded l by > y the tl th name naniFrederick 01 01i < cYredrnok
i Frederick H Olcott chairman COOoa COOoaOther 6300ocOther ro1 ro1Other
Other liaou I tame are 81100 el8OO Jennlapfueedl Jennings JenningsHiiMoll t tkII
HiiMoll 110000 l1o x Butler Nolmon ulman Jolint Jolin Jolillf1ynderM
t U Mrnder 1ynderM tW700 pn lot Bower A Said
110201 Arthur II Maiten Hooo Hug IUKJ IIUAbUrallt
J Grant K5000 3co0 toward Guthrie GuthriKweleNOnoo GuthrieMrkUoro0 a
KweleNOnoo 110100 Charta Char MasVoagh 31161 31161Ni SI SII 191 191li III IIIlid
li and Nlte t Nile SU SUTt tso tsoTb 3o 3oTM
Tb total of miscellaneous misaisneoutpendilun misaisneoutpendilunby eipenditurf eipenditurfby
by the th Metropolitan from the Third ThlrAv ThirdAnue ThirAvenue
Av Avenue mwt Railroad Company oonttmctio oonttmctiofind on onfM
find U given ai WMJI11X S2tU The large hugetingle largeimicle larptIInltlt
tingle item m under legal expense In IIMfx IIMfxID It IS3 fIOO a aZo
ID Edward Lauterbaeh Lut and there ifc 001 001alto 001In oosk0
alto In of m1elu UT IA to the tb firm of Hoadtej HoadtejUuterhach lloadleyLalltfrhach lfoadlellautrbuch
Uuterhach ft Johnson Sheehan 4 CohhiLot ColII ColIIgut rolllnCIt
gut MVP 11 Nicoll Amble t Undsay UndsayIHBI7 IDd IDdtl81I2
IHBI7 tl81I2 U while f lemlKl mut I E Quiff Qui appear appearfor aplf aplffM
for the t imall malllllun mm of 0111 0111or 23ro 23roof JO JOOf >
Of the th tllKUMI paid bY the Metro MetroPliun 1IhGolIun Metrop
p Pliun lIun from the TlilrJ Avenue construeinn construe ronUUI1Unn
inn fiuid fm tVWlliS30 7 Jjn 3c I iv dmcrllxid a u having havitvn bal balt
t Ht > n expended e for construction OO anr anrHulpni atuhutpmenta nd ndIulpmmll
Hulpni Iulpmmll nts and llni4IOJ for op oterltln oterltlnhar orAtoghargM rating ratingbAi
< bAi hargM l M sundry JiaIoiIltI Ji MltUe Ao whiff whillt whifflv1h hU
t > lv1h iP 1 in i 14 < decrih bed d deluding a dOllhlllll dn dneluding In InrlOOIlII
eluding Advances adranmatA adnoceIIImil
A iouUr IIImil cUincatlon i iKardi Ia m mat aa r rrarda re regarde
Kardi the controlled and allied companiem companiemM comp1niHloJoI
M hollows Metropolitti Htr Street et Railwai Railwaiempany Rihrnompanr Railwauempty
empty total tclalllf2m 1111077 of which raUII raUIIII wa < n nI
I II doubtful Union Railway Hallw ompany CompanyUlMt7 ompanyU ompanyMb34i70
UlMt7 U t1 of which S14Mn 14 I doubt douhtful douhtfult4 fill fillatd tillstd
std UJV3M SM OIO Def > l0t I b operating citarcei IllIr ant antjodry acetmdry ad ad1mdrl
jodry liabUitie Kingtbridge RailwaY Kailwai ItsHwaompsrUW20Uorwhich <
i f ompsrUW20Uorwhich ompany 13129U n of wbleh IlTWii 11 l706ledouhl l706ledouhlhul i douhl douhlh douhlM
M h and RKn operating Ac Forty Fortycotid JoortootOIIdetrHtline Fortycondstreet
ootOIIdetrHtline condstreet cotid atrert line WJ7 7m J7 of which 1s JI411711 JI411711I 7i 7ii Tit
t i I doubtful and CII5OT operating Ac AcIrrr tcDock kcUr
Irrr Dock F Fat at Broadway Broad and BantryM10710 Dattfry DattfryMio710 IJatt rr
Mio710 of which IVOSi > 80 U I + doubtful ant antUMO ald aldyo actu3Ao
UMO yo operating op Ac oth other r alts at III i con confini COll1211611 mwpam
pam i U775B of which hIch O 3 3 Ie i dntilitful dntilitfuland
and tZ7mi operating io ioMr aotr koMr
Mr tr Oathri Gulbrieeubmlud eubmittd ubtaittedeerttia ettrlh Touob ounlttr voumkerhand ounlttrnd ri riand
and nd asked Mr Reudder at to whether 01 01not orMI ofno
not no hi h had wn them wli tlR n he had mad mador
or his hi doubtful lisle Mr Ir Pcuddw Pcuddwl flctaddrtlolotfld Ncnddrltvvud
ltvvud l tlolotfld t l that while blle it was impoanilile Imp > for fort4ri lorII forkits
kits II to remember re whether h he had haddoetlllat WMWI WMWIrri o en ene6
rri docitmoat placed l More him b be hadn had i iI
n making makln hi bill inretlgatlon examined miaminedTrr
Trr err fT Irtl that had been Kiibmittni to him hlnl binhr
l hr > r the Metropolitan I reoelverJ and nd other olhnto oth othto
to whom n aipl Applied Appliedt d dM
M Mb t tulhn holding up a bundle ol olrarer 01 01rl draper
rarer rl Mid 0 h he had a mt < of Touchr vouohrtnprvnttng Touchrrpr Ollohtlrrol <
rpr nprvnttng nttng from 3201 1201100 1 m0 00 to txr107iAki fjrWOM fjrWOMraW IX IXroal
raW Aki < by > y the th M Metropolitan on Third Avenue ArentHonatrurtion Avenuetnnttruetun nnlle nnllelIItrtlrtlOO
onatrurtion account to John Roebllnci RoebllnciKnn RocbJln RocbJlnMru
Ann Company and acnompanl J by h item itemit itIIhod itemiced
iced it d billa billar hUstfr hll hllMr
Mr r Onllm a aakf kH < Do floyou you ou mean mNDIo to lose losethat aa aathat aaIbaa
that ih 1 three > > e HIM and voucher are falw falwand tleean falwand
and an fraiviulfiat fraiviulfiatI rrawful t
I cannot rnMtr say I do not know an anIrredMr anPIf anflared
IrredMr flared PIf < Ilr Mr Hcudder HcudderM
M 1 now uk th the oommUaion aaid Mr Mr0iihrv llrlIlInoo MrGvthrl
I 0iihrv to admit an an exhibit eihibittht this bunch bunchf
nf f arr nhowlng paymenta of S3 12I 12IIar cll6 cll6Isrgely H I VI VIUrjflj
Urjflj Iar 11 for electrical apparatus supplied lupplieditem
01 > item are largely made up of oIlboee oIlboeer tot IboMrlu totApseed
rlu r Apseed i M doubtful la the report reportIt
It wa w agreed a that the th therperl paper should ahouWb
b two admitted admittedMr
Mr I Guthrie pursued Mr Sctidder Sctlddorrrlin r rCrdmx re relertng
Crdmx rrlin < hia hi testimony tlltlmon that he hud MenurANe Men boenBUN btJen1I1
BUN fO > to find any n certiflcata autborii autboriir
In r ra < IIIto h Payment to th Metropolian Metropoliantk
r tk I the Ill nooono m under the th term of lh lhTltrd Ih1brd the theTttrd
Tltrd At AnllO n e I lease aM Mr Outhrie wanted wantedf ulfdt
f t Know k w if f h bad any n right to twtify tif that thaitb thata
a tb the IIlIY a y waa turned over to th the Metro MetroP9btan Mtrofjj11I MetroPobtaa
P9btan or on It lie check without legal legalauthority Maltt lgrludtunnty
authority authorityMr udtunntylit tt nlIr
Mr sduj eudder II replied there waa a clause clauseIn
in 4 At IM of th the Third Avenue to the theoop tbeIUOphlll1 theUOpoltn
IUOphlll1 UOpoltn oop iitan that no money hould bepaid be bePaid bepllri
Paid t to toe tll latter by b th the truate until uatUorrlIrate a af ar
f orrlIrate rfifj at duly duf atteattd had been re reITU reO reivM
ITU O ortifnng that work bad been beenatft heendin I Idlll
atft for ib IbelbJrd the Third Avenue and paid fororadGda4es for forw ffor
oradGda4es w < a4toelfi Incurred for it by b th the Mt MtfcWhan Jeror Metror4NAn
fcWhan ror Mr8cuddrlnalatedthath Mr Hcuddlnalled RcuddArlatstedthathehadn that bthad bthadn had hadn
n h r atolo aed N to Rod any 11I each certincate certincatew Nrtl cal caln
n iw w err III 1tttl d nce that any n eiiat existed existedfir tfld tfldI d dMr
Mr I Oiithri attacked Mr Seuddera Seudderaall ReddtrJI Scuddra04ore
04ore < JI all Il alecg k > Bf r the tin line a u regard re rd th thlMhffu the thea the7ertfu
lMhffu < < > rrAunt unl and he bitterly hiunl con conilmnM 011dftIlOft condmn
ilmnM dmn dhe h podoy of the Ih commUmion In Inli in5Uownqh
11101 li m h + report to he put in eridenoiho evidence evidencewheoo 1idenceh
wheoo h Ita inq preriourly prnlOu l permitted permititdt1
t1 r 1 If the III bondboldera commit commitatrn committee eommllteeAn
o atrn An Thu had reaulted bed bedin btdetHI
tHI I r in fie puloiNlion tul > HnitJon of 1 misleading mileadinjIMiMi
I ton eA h Wallis tread to prejudice preJlJdleeIt
It IMiMi h r n I further IlIrrl sgp Hgabut ssl New York Yorkfnw forkg orll orlln
g fnw n rn urres n and Rd M If > injure thepre theprei the ther pro proI
I r rn > i ie 41 rawm IH iftlt > of lh tile money AlORe neo nee1eM neoWB DfCItlit
1eM y red r ereMpatkwt WB lit I tifJft OB of th aile TWH TWHMt
A pr r Nam Namtf 10 10I
Mt I fjh s td If mtfl Iftrd Mi record a teller IeMtPrII elverDill
Dill II NTH TK HI HIIIIU kteY Nnyas YH HiM
An 114 au r t tiIioM
IIi H1 x e eau < h II AX AXf
f 1
from William M hint trader date da o oMajr of oMay
May 27 1MB I with reference to bUt rn rnderwl nndered nodeed
deed by tb tbe Orm of 8ward duthri duthriHt
A 8tet1 Ht el and Dd th tie linn of Juthri Craratl CraratlA
A Hendrnon Mr Outhrl rcill eepdslltnentoud rcillratnUonwi ldallmnUontotl
ratnUonwi a hill of th the latter firm fo fowhich lor lora7UlI
a7UlI which bl b nil lItbOlllh hough It had been described de Uecribed deacril
scribed acril l aa a bill for drawing up a shed e1DdeI shedleave ln lnleane
leave I he h Mid really rowml nuny ur tithe tithething otbthing other othertblnp
thing The letter of Mr Ivina was ad addrecaod alld addressd
drecaod d to Chairman Willcoi z of th the Publii PubliiSenriow 1IIltliotlenlOol PiUil4ervioe
Senriow Iommiwioii Mr Ivl rive ex expreaned esp axpressed
pressed p th the opinion that the blUe of boll bollfirm bothIIrm bollfirm
firm were H fair and reaconabl reaconablThe raacwbleThe
The herring will mlImed b be reaumed tomorrow tomorrowcirr IomorroCITI tomorrowCarl
Carl ro rfcicff n T 1111 fiiflu y rnnrn rnnrnT
T Tel Lease l air the Mantiallan Nrboal TrarhrlFined Trarhri TrarhriFlout TraflIrrtatIJ
Flout rr lltlttng a II IITh ne neThe IleThe
The lIt IllIItIOb t eoh from a woman oman memlwi memlwiof
of the prvwnt Board of Kducatlon 1uca on wai waidAllrorett 1111dell woudelirerelyetendxy
delirerelyetendxy dAllrorett dell ymtvnby by b Mi IIM Olivia l IAI IAItrin ivn ivntrill vn vntrilt
trill when a propoaitlon cam up to 10Ihe bur UaMth burthe
th the Manhattan Trade School for Girls QirlThe OIrllThe GirlsThe
The Ronrd Boa of Education ha no Iradiachool Iradi lnlllacbool leachschool
school for girls irl and baa b been n talking abetntrtingocWrsereralyar aboiii aboiiiMarling bollL bollLttan1olUOl
Marling ttan1olUOl ntrtingocWrsereralyar oot fur fureral Mvtral year The build building buildIDI buildlag
lag committe reported yesterday Ienlar that thi thitm Ihtru thttrustees
tm trustees > tea of lh the Manhattan Trade School Schoolfor Ru bool boolfor hoolfor
for QlrU 011 at t MO to 0 713 13 East Twentythin TwentythinMreet TnDtthlnIItt
Mreet were re willing to lea th their tr chool acboolto echooto choolto
to the city for two year l but ut no longer longerHerman too toolIenuan longerHerman
Herman Mete the former Comptroller Comptrollerwanted ComplrollerWDted Comptrollerwanted
wanted to know kno how bo much It cot the thitnuteen IheLruat thetnatees
tnuteen Lruat to maintain the nohool and ho homany how howmny hornmany
many pupihi were re there Ml 11 Iles LeventrihIlea Levntritl Levntritlthen LenLrnIhen
then mad lnad > h mpeecb describing d crlbln the benAt bene benefit ¬
fit of an industrial IDduria1lChoollor school for girls Shi Shiaid Shaahlthe Shtaid
aahlthe aid the trustees of the school would lea leathe koue kouethe kuthe
the building to the city for KtOO a y rer rerand yuiand i iand
and the city could COil buy bll the th therhoola vrhool vhoollIqulp vhoollIqulpment equip equipment equipmeat ¬
ment for KSOO KSOOMr SS SSlire s33ooMn
Mr Homer of Brooklyn aka k1lhsL that ncratter nc DOIDlltter ncnutter
ratter boW much tb tllll cot might be tin tinInvestment lbIneflttoeDt thelnvetment
Investment would he b a food 00 on one Cornmleloaer Com Commiaaloner COllImlaaloner <
miaaloner Martin will 1 1 that It coat thitnutftM the Lbetruol thetrustee
trustee truol about bou twooo ooo a year to run thi thivchool tb tbIICboul thtachoul
vchool and that there wa an avrag avragilally arapdllr averaptally
tally attcndanr of JJO D girl Ii lie further further furtherelplall furtherexplained i iaplained
explained that inducement were re held oul oulto Olltto oulto
to some of th the pupil to attend that l lth Ie itthe Iethe
th the trustee paid to the parent th tlpt tlptthe the wagethe wage wagethe
the girl would ould hare received if she a were wereworking n nworklDI wenworking
working Th nchool term was wa oil li ueight U Ueight 0ellht
eight month Mr Martin old Id thai thaiMitxcrlptiona tbatlIllII1llllIona tbxltubscripticS
Mitxcrlptiona toward tli the school main malntenance maintewnce DUlintenantfl <
tenance fund had been falling off for all allmonth slimonths Ia Iamonlh
month becauno of rumor that the th city citywaa cit citywas
was 11 to take Ire th the school The 11 work now nowwa no nomrried nowwarn
wa carried on with financial dilttcultylIslrohe difficulty difficultyChairman dlmcultbalrn1
Chairman ttitvr a lr tins finance oommitt oom oommitte oommill
mill reported that the board did not nothive lIotII nothive
hive II money mooe with which to leas lea t th thbuilding tbbuildinl the thebuilding
building or buy the equipment X Never Senrt Neverthrice vr vrthrleM >
thrice t h it I t wa was voted 7t to I to make ID Ire lb lbleaM I Iae the thelepe
leaM > and take lak over th the school Another Anothermolution Anotherrnolutioll Anotherrepolutiou
molution was adopted ldoll that th the Board of ofRatlmate 01Jtlmate ofFtimate
Ratlmate Le ached for money to carry out oulthe ou outthe t tIhe
the project projectTh pro projectThe t tTh
Th Th elementary school committee committeereported cxunmiUereportvl oommlUeerfport
reported rfport that Kathryn M 1 Curran a ateacher aIchrr ateochrr
teacher in Public School ISO I fl Brooklyn Brooklyntud Brook Ira IratlOld
had len I put on trial for violating the thevurporal theL theCorporal
Corporal L lrlOnal xmiahmnt IyUw lle She hit kita
a boy bo in her da clue on ilL th had with withtuk9r arukr a aruler
ruler The local chool board boa tried her herfound htrlound herfound
found her guilty and nd recommendect thnt thntah tMtahe thetshe
she ah b be lined five day < pay pa The es earrnentvtlehoola el elmentiry eslOnh
mentiry lOnh rnentvtlehoola Mbool committee thought the thepunihm th thpUIIIhm thepunishment
punihm nt obould toe l more severe ypre and andrecommend andrommend9d andrecommended
recommend tht the teacher b be fined Dnmlthirty IInoodIhlrty finedthirty
thirty day dle > 1 Pay 1 > ay The rb meeting mode it itthirty itIhirtr Itthirty
thirty dye dtytoiin d dyetlOIIJf11
14 tlOIIJf11 oiin it > IKitn PE111111 nIIn n Ill 1111161 1111161I rnit rnitarr ntilCoartl
Coartl < arr Piton Cautml Woman emu I Hwrar HwrarI
I Ie the Ib Truth TruthVi Truth11olIor TruthVhwH1unrrllur
Vi VhwH1unrrllur < l1wncrllor rarnen Galli arnxm int tntrruItel tntrruItelthe rru > le < l ltli
tli the > urnMvxnmltialian mllialion of Mr 1 Anna AnnaMorzuti AonaIornn AnnaMorin
Morin d fmdnt In n divrrut < tivrr ti < nt in inClmiicery In1IAuttry inhAUary
Clmiicery n 11Iaml hamtrs mlra Jrer Jr v lllv 111 TMttir epeterFry TMttirilry IIr IIrIfy
Fry rrt rrrnun > m < m and dinet directed l Sergeant stArm st ItArm atArm
Arm Th ThurM m H IlrxiciTty to t notify notifyPiwMMuliit nolHrPncIIII notifyPreecutur
PiwMMuliit of f the Ih Won 1 > 1 lUrvwi Uar to t end a ad a10 adte
dte d te < tiri > to the court room roomIf fOo fOoIh m
If th the testimony to he lan hen lnrwiftfr lnrwiftfrhow hnrhow efer eferahnwis
ahnwis how that Ihl wi woman nan hn h mmiulttnl mmiulttnlprrjury romluilloodprorJurr comnlltedperjury
perjury the th Vf ViceChancellor Chncrllor Mill Iwill I lwill IIII
will III order her sent > to the tbllOunlY county jail jil1I1 jil1I1I and andI
I will willl prosecute lt the Ih oar ea It mywlf myerllMrs mywlfMr m
Mr Morgan had tx been > rn queetiunel iimtiune < l by byIjLvrjrr byLcwyr T T1lWJr
IjLvrjrr Tmvene Tm A KpragKini fIm tdDl a as In the theRiilhon 11 11Aulhofflhll thetuthorehlp
Aulhofflhll Riilhon > hlp of a number of Mtrr ad addrfUfd ddrraed d ddr
dr drfUfd < vd In I Mi Me 1 > w > Morgan a cuimln of th thhuoltand the Ihebdand thehuehand
huoltand Theodore Thfl dore > Morgan of Writ Wratllobokm WlltJloo WritHoboken
Hoboken Jloo whom hom be l bd d nand a as core coreKMidmt OffllOIldlDt corepsodmt
KMidmt Sli She II admitted writing cvrral cvrraland rveraland nnLl nnLllnl
and denied writlnc < one In particular particularwhich partltUlarwbich particularehkh
which wn wee in the th Mmc m handwriting < a All the theother lb lbolh lbetillers
olh otherA other tillersA
olhA A rrcea wa ordered nod Aatant AatantProccutor tssiatantProccutor MlouotPro
Pro Proccutor utor of the Pies PI lungs 1 8 T Viekwr Viekwrwa Vlrlrawall
wall wa in the court room when bPI th the ear way wairenumH WI WIumf wayrrsnmd
renumH umf < Mm M Morgan Ior n again look the tbeHand lb lbland theeland
Hand and explained that abe h hI denied deniedwriting dlflildlllrit deniedwriting
lllrit writing l1 the Ih letter becaiiM Jfcal she ah didnt didntrecognlM didntpenllliM didntr
recognlM r lu content hh Mil awore wore that thatthe tbtIhe thatthe
the had written It and MV M1Ift ri herself from fromgoing InIDoln fromgoing
going oln < t to > Jail for perjury perjuryrnniK plrJuryJrIlOlF perjuryTIWIE
rnniK LKOISL UOUItTfnF JTIHK COMIXO CON116Iabtana COMIXOi fOllIalllana
Ialllana I egklalne nUl i Pay Pa Xew t tt tS TrU TrUVMI Teela
a TiNt VMINew TiNtNew t
New S 0 OILLU uu a May 7S S err If nothing nothingluppen nOlbln nOlblnhappenl nothinglappens
luppen New Ne York I ii going to get t t1llIIt a arlnlt arush
rlnlt rush from ran the entire I giature > of ofIxjulslana 01loulllna ofLoullaw
Ixjulslana which ha hu just begun it itjunket its IteJunket itsjunket
junket to Washington ubln In an effort to 0 win winthe winhe In Inthe
the Panama exposition for New Orleans Orloanin
in m Itli 111 Th member of lhe th Ixtgiaature Ixtgiaaturen
on > n th the Panama Special 8 ectal I in solemn con conclav conclan ooneIave
clan today dedoed decf that a I they were wereroing we weoIDe wereIbtanc
roing to Waahlngum Wlh1 which I ill In ruckingilatanc rucking nachlnlrdlltance
< mlglix taweell taweellrids
ilatanc Ibtanc of NewYork N New York ork thy might ht aa well wellrlalt II IIYlalt
rids th the capital of all America ri while whUthey whUtheyWtre they theyirer theyveneabout
Wtre irer veneabout about it itSo t tSo
So th thl1t t New No York might be prepared preparedor pre prelor
lor or th the Leglalatur th the New Oe Orison Ittm Ittmirired 14 14wlrfft lsnrived
rived to Legislature l Mayor J a r Oaynor to find out what at h hbought he heth hellayout
th bought of 0 rr th the totis coming DoriIf If viait Mayor MayorUynora YayorOOor Mayortread
Uynora llayout s riply ri waa Dori brief and to toe th tbe point pointIt
It road treadNew roadNew teadNew
New York l ork can land a lot more prccaurh plIrethoan prccaur preeeurehen
hen h n that and nd will gladly welcome Ieom thet th thCO the
200 CO t + 0 member of th the Louisiana Legislature LegUIaturernlld
bUd Aftejrt A Mti tpli Candy and Bitapprar BlappaaThe BitapprarThe fJtn fJtnThe
The police were asked yesterday to look lookor lookfor
for or Millie Domloo 1 year ra old of 0111 IS First Firsttree Flntj Firsttree
tree fib disappeared on TtuexUy TtuexUyifternoon Tn Tnnmoon Ttuedayftemooa
j ifternoon when A man wan Men giving givingi diDher
her i er r candy mad and acconopanyinj Josephr her er toward towardh
tht h he Bowery lJow ry MlUle father JOMP < < Mpb baa baaL bagrocery
I a L grocery tore at li 1 First street II He IIhe lay layi sayse
he i e ha received no threatening letter letteritiltl letureI lettersHllie
lliIfle itiltl weigh elb about thirty pound POJllda1 to dark darkia clericha
I ha ia lax dark hair and when he bit seen wore worelavender worelavender ore orea
a lavender dree d black stockings toellln and tan tanilipper tanlIpPllra tanuppers
uppers uppersThu I
I The rodrim aMt I le Br Held laidrol HeldCol I
Col 01 Michael f Padden em l m yacht yachtbo 71tht
t bo AntleUm which Web wa purcbacrd u while whilei hllt hllti
i h i C < r wa WCp Water Wat Register to capture thieves thievesreeling tbiavmti tlJlnlllll tlJlnlllllMKftI
ti reeling Hng water w from the city eillroIt front but butrhtoh but1tIIh butrhkh
rhtoh according to a report cat t to Mayor MayerHr j jlarrmr I
larrmr Hr a few f dan cia ago by It Claire pr Festw Fm Festwhe m
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May 11 21 The Nicaragua gunboat Yenuent Venu VenuIIMt Venulent
lent a boarding party on board the Amenan Amen Amerlcan AmrIcan
can gaaolene guoleneechooner schooner r El FueraoyestenU EIFterroyaten1adespite FueraoyestenUdeipite I
despite the order of Commander Glims Glimsof OUmof <
of the tb gunboat Paducah that Amerioa AmerioavMMel Amerkxrnmeie
vMMel must not IM II Interfered 1n nId with Ith Th ThVenn ThVenus ThVents
Venn then approached the lb e Bluff off hen henKb hereHM henKb
HM Kb la accompanied al u lpnnled tJ by b hi I tll armed tug HaJacinto Hoi HoiJaclnto Han HanJacinto
Jacinto JacintoHaw JaclntoNBW JacintoNew
Haw OnLK4MR May 1 M 2Acoordlne According t toabl taW to toQllLle
oabl advice received from Bluefleldi BluefleldiNicaragua DJue BlueReldth ldJ ldJ1ralU
Nicaragua h csragua today the Venus enUi with Ganpre 0n 0nrrala GenIraia
pre Irian and nd Alturhiil on board h htopped ber berIoppcod hi histopped
topped and nd nearched rchlld tb the Amerim Amerimcboonrr AmerimnlICboonr Amrmschooner
schooner FJ Fueno The iblp wa Apia flylmth flylsthe
the th Star and Stripe at the time and th lbInterruption thInterruption tbe tbelnterrupUon
Interruption of her progress by the 111 Vend YenuI nll nllI
I I represented reprMen I by b Katradlita here a adirect OIl adirect a adl
dl direct defiance of Hit order of the UnitStates Unit Unit1 Unit1HtatH UniteState
States Government GovernmentAccording OovemD1llnAreordiD GovernmentAccording
According to the cable dispatch th thAmerican Ibo Ibotnmron thAmerican
American boat wa railing outside th ththree tbe tbeth lbthree
th three mile limit at the time the lb Yenuand Yenu Yenuand 1I01lI1 1I01lI1and
and the Man n Jacinto another Nicaragua Nicaraguagunboat Nicaraguagunboat nuaauan I
111 gunboat 1Ioa1 approached her The Yenu YenuFired enul emu emufined i
I1l1Otla Fired a gun BCTOM the th bow of the Amexlran Amerl Amerlcan AmeriI AmeriIn
can n craft The TI ochocner < topped an anofficer aDd aDdomcer andRtars
officer and men from the Venus went ent o oboard on oboard i
board her and nd began a search for contra contraband conlraI conlraIband contraband
band good od4 Thi March toted mor morthan morIhan I Itban
than an hour and nd after aft It Ita termlnatlothe termlnatlo 11 11the
the boat was allowed allow Id to 0 proceed a n narticle no noarllclt iiarticle
article forbiilden by the rllrof rule rill of war ar ha habeen h111 h111IIHD hebeen
been found upon bw bwTim b b111ft herThe
Tim rule which was made regarding th thright the therlhta tairiglit
right of the Venue at t the lime III that thatf std stdleft h hleft <
left f hero wa was e that the boat bt while hll allows allowsthe allowthe lowe
Ih the privilfgre prlYIap uauil Utt1 to ahipe hip Ip of her brcolli chum chumpoukl clamroue
colli poukl not search r foreign forl < or Amenl Amerlcai Amerlcaiibipe Alra a atbipe
elp ibipe for contraband cntrbnd good Tbl Tl nilinlCal nilini niliniira miD miDmd
ira Cal made md by the th local lol c branch branc of thi thiUnited IbeUol thUolted
Uol United State Government OYemmt after con conlultatlon conulalln raniultaton
lultatlon ulalln with Washington Wahln < tono and the t Mailri Mailriadeem ladrl ladrlofc Madriimari
board the th Vtnui Vtnuibad Vsnutad
ofc adeem who hu were re on 0 brd VMI
h bad full cognizance KlaDt of theee thH the order orderAt ord ordersAt ra raA
At A the time that the Vent pnl and nd thi thiither Ibolhr thother
other Madris Morll craft stopped the America Americaichooner Apprln Apprlnbouner Aienicachooner
ichooner the Ih toiled rDled Rube cnnl gdnboata gdnboataP ntt nttrduc > oata oatalyducoh
rduc lyducoh P duah and Dubuqtie Oublu were milt ml downe down dowiJhf dow
Jhf e ooaot on a short cruise and ad up It Ith hhe 0 0tbe
t o orui
tbe h time when wh the despatch lletc wan w sin sentelther sinneither ent entnlh
nlh neither of them thr had ha been I heard from fromr fr frITRUH from1ern1Da
TIMIM r flllHTH WIT FOR F n LIFE IIfKIU 1 1IIIM
IU II Mltualtai IIIM Detperste mlte at Ulornrltl UlornrltlOMtom UIDnld UIDnldtem BluMpktfustsm
OMtom tem Ileose U la I Danger IMnovrIMir pr prI
I 4 retie 41 IMir D prs5etia f < k w TB dew Soifi dewHLparteLDS II
BLtanaLr HLparteLDS i May n J Kstnulae Fth arm armfighting armfhllne arms armsc
c fighting fhllne today tT to keep ll th th the Madrii Madriiore Ja Jalo Madrionce
lo ore once out of Bluedeld Bu ld and nd prevent preventb yent yentlhe
lhe b raptur Iplur4 > et > fc the < h Custom l1 1 Mom Hnuse HIt HItthe a ah ahe <
the h he HlulTa Ilfl th th4 the gate ct lo s tb the port > rt Al Allight Allnlct AIIght
nlct light long loK gunner ln of o both bth arm ari are wenring wen wenring wr
trK ring at lt close ol rang un keeping kpiup up the tt1 tt1tbat th due duehat dehat
hat began ln on Monday night nightThin nightml
Thin Tl followed force nIm fighting chlnK all 01 des deshuewdhy da dafuesdAy Wy WyTI I
TI fuesdAy throughout thrlhout which hlch Madnsl Madnslirmy Iedrixirmy ldr ldrar
ar irmy cemed n > m d able to iwnforce nfcf th tb the divi dividuns dlYIao diviJuni
ao duns tampered hampre by b lovses I Madris llra bos h ha tint tinthe tld tldte behe
te he advantage alvall throughout Ibroubul tb t the engage engagen engagenent npc npcmOI
His base ha of at t OreonI
mOI n nent it I supplies IIIpl Oreylowr Oreylowra
I a operated prtl under unlr an admirable omiuhl system systemlle opler systemlate
late lost night nl < ht Kit I mm mf from Iro the III fens fensended VrnuiIsnded rnU
lAndf ended Mow the Bluffs Dlul and nd will 111 rapii rapiifire rpd rpdIr rapkSregumspated
Ir fire Sregumspated gun C posted 1 on an eroiu Mlul eminence ace threw i imil a itnil
11 mil of lead into int lull the town I about the Ih Cu Culorn ia iaam A Ato
to lorn houseThe House HouseThe I Ot
The attack alack on the Cunlom CI lom Hare Hll Hllff01 wee wairenewed weeruwal
ff01 renewed Ibis morning < Apparently Apl rlllr then thenis thr
i is no nI chance cn of saving 1nr It I hwaniM t u K Jjlrla JjlrlaUDDut Ftadp Ftadpammut iradj iradjannot
annot gt vt hi his troops lrl to t I II t tupportklsilria supportIlalrie support eUPIJrttlra
klsilria tlra plan In the t h wont lt of the I be b surrendn surrendnit lu
it f Ftrsds Uda t II to advance ahane to the th city cil limit limitiif lmltll lmltllof limitf
if f Rlueflwld Jluelld and demand tma an entrann entrannfrom lU etrinreruin ol olInm
from ruin Caniiuaiidffr lonunltJr homer Uiml of I hi th gunboat Ilbat IlbatIadura gunboatadurah icmitxialIaducoh
Iadura Iaducoh IaducohKstrada adurahEtndae
Kstrada tred hopes rest with ib the American Americanrunners Aarifn Aarifnmnra Americanimn
runners imn n Time and time lme again In yr yeeterclay yeeterclayhe tnU tnUhe llr >
tI he MsdriE ldri soldiers aldiere were Wre driven back backmder hck hckImdr beetmiler
miler a murderous mllrerolll fire fr of machine Ichin gm gmrr gmepled UI UInret
nret > rr epled tml by I Americans AmriRne Once ODc the th division divinionllrectlv dhiton dhitondirly divisionire
dirly llrectlv ire by under Indr Gen laU lo operating opraUnt on onhe onthe onhe
he trencbM Imimftliatnly Imlndllll lu Il the th rear fr of olllurfleld ofIlueleldl ofIlnrhleid
Ilueleldl llurfleld wa driven dr D in confusion olflllol t tbe 10 10thlwrl tcbe <
thlwrl be twatnix liy Eatrada flrdo hoop IrnopnIt In hoopt > p pIt
It t as not long afterward howeverbat however
bat l 11 leia < nia iwiimml lm1 a H I tieltini lllon II In undrr 111r th thirotection Ihl Ihlprotlon theroteetlan
protlon irotection tt of > f the tle cniinlr Clmlr fire lre of bis ma mahln m mchiD mahen
chiD hen gun gunlttraiU CUMblrall gunIrrrcla
lttraiU blrall gave lY out Olt a statement talment the thHnaming Ih Ihmolnl thenrwninganwhring
molnl naming nrwninganwhring sfouring Irin < hl h lia men Inof mmof of victory Icr lib HISueitioue libKmltlou iI
pltlQD Kmltlou see r strong tron but If itadrlt lrla keep keepiip be belp
lp ip tli thl tiro fierce fltack attack Entrada ytd will il probably proliahljhady pmhhlybe
beaten beatenNBW beatenNaw
be e hady bllll
NBW Sa OBLKANa OILUKI May l 23 Th Te lightingutalde lighting flghtinilUtaid l < btl
outde lUtaid of Blueflolds lurl continue cUu with Ith few fewtterrupdon fe fenterniptions feItorpLo
ItorpLo nterniptions but no definite dtlnlt result lult hays havien hn hnotaie hayseenobteind
eenobteind en obtained otaie Gen D Lara Lra who ho headinj Ihadinphi U headinjbe helnz helnzt
t be fore lor which i I preparing prpra to storm stormnd stormand Ior
and retake rke BluefUlds Du4 for lo the t Modrix Wrll Oov Oovrnm 001emDt Govmmmt
emDt rnm mmmt nt atptJto attempted to secure Mlr a position positionlearer pUn pUnDerer po itine itineserer
Derer serer the city ct today t However 10wnr thjtrada th Ibe IbeEtr theitrada <
Etr jtrada artillery artllry mostly It manned me b biraericans by byAmrmna bymrian
Amrmna iraericans after a short dor engagement ongsgemenIucceded engagementucceeded eplm t tUe
Ue ucceeded In repuking puln th the attacking attackingore at ckiDl ckiDllon
lon ore xrce There Tr wu little ltl loss I of life lifeTh lfe lfeThe lifeThe
The Th steamship teap Ireperator ImprIor arrived ave hen henhi hereto henhie
to hi hie morning molDC from Nicaraguan 1c port portlh por porthe
S lh he wu w captured Ipu off o Blue Blu0eld Blu eld l by b th thrnu t t tinns
Venu rnu inns a few Ie day 1 before belo sae ah a sailed t for foifew lorSew forlew
few Orleans Ola while blle th the Venus Vei I wa 11 trying tryinga trn
1 a enforceIn alortt blockade blokadt Bh Se wa was not notulned notfted notetaind
fted ulned u I lh the United Unt State St ember cruieeiaduoab crulr crulrPaducb emberaduab
Paducb aduoab imd under r Commander Ce Oilmen Ollmerrrved OIltr OIltrI Oilmentrvd
rrved I order on Gee on Ida Irl cmmaDnl cmmaDnltM commanding commandingIt
tM It t Venu VonU to relc rfle release th the ship shipTh ehp ehpThe hlpTh
Th steamship tnmlp Hiram Hlr had h a narrow narrowcap nrw nrwap narrowcape
cap ap from lrm rapture pl by b th th tha hlU Venus au She Sheleaped Sheep Rbetaped
leaped by making ml 4 run r and nd hugging huggingIt huul huultM
ep tM It saw shore ho arriving rrhia in BIuifld Blu 11r1 fld only four fouiille fourmi fourfiles
mi files ahead hea of th 1 the pursuing warahip warahipor
For or a time th the crew crw and n aoenrrs > nCre on onbe ontl oni
tl be i Hiram Iram were 1 In deadly delr tear of capture captures ptlln ptllnu
u s the th ship bl was loaded l with Ith cannon aDn arms armsnd arm armeed
nd ammunition mmlllton for f r rstrada tr It I carried carriedIf call
If n Maxims rlm clv it Colts rolll rapid ni fire fir gun cn
I
50000 rounds of Mauser ar cartridge crtrld Ijo fot Ijoyi 1 1c
yi t round ln of rapid r1 fire I Malm fa 11 cartridge cartridgend Irld Irlda
c nd rln IOOOUO IOI round rOln of Colt Ctl rapid repl fre f re car carridges tarvpro r rtrif
a ridges bwkls 11 a quantity fuantltT of projectile projectileThe 1j1 1j1I
I trif The steamship mp Dictator Deat wu captured capturedy cptur
y Te the Venus VI and a It Hv mall ml rifled rne Home He of ofbis o ofus
I b bis us te carried Important Imprt information InOlion to the thefctradiats lb lbytriln lbtradsta
thl fctradiats Ce and Its It capture resulted Iulled In the theomplele thermplel theampere
rmplel ytriln ampere changing epQ of 0 plane by b the lb revoitonMt revo revoitlonbts 0
Ilutoao itlonbts cnol The Tfl Dictator D p wu released re1 by byrder hyI byrdrof
I ore rder rdrof of o IB 1M Padueaha Pu PuoeahYeemmander PuoeahYeemmanderT eoeamander eoeamanderNIAAiKA mler mlerI
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IX 1Ol > MIX inx > K May 3 The 1le IYI Divorce Cam Camha Cw Cowhas
ha I has just dealt with b an n unusual 111 COM tit titpetitioner t l1Prlitonr
petitioner IIIIU and rorf IJlndnt rornpandent i > onilent both loh lin lindiatlngulliedaclrntiU tin tindilnIWt hemndiatingnWual
diatlngulliedaclrntiU diatlngulliedaclrntiUC dilnIWt diatingnWual sclentIsta sclentIstaI dntll
C I Y Boys 1Jo sought lulh a divorce dY on 0 th thground lbground
ground pud that hi hs wife wl lad ll eloped lop wlU wlUProf wlUIPt wllProf
Prof Pt A R Forsytb Fonb Mrs lre Boy 8 went wrotto wentto rl
to her h < husband hllld In January Jaury saying sayingOur ayingOur IDI
Our 01 married life has b been 1 a grogfailure grog greafailure ct ctfllu
failure fllu I am a am going Cln to run f11 away will willProf wib wibI willIror
Prof I > ror Korsyth KorsythThe tnl ForsythThe
The 1 suit Illt wax a not defended d frndt A dlvore dlvorewa dl1o
wa u granted grantedProf cnlf cnlfPf grantedProf
Prof Pf nrlt liarlc Vernon ID Boys R ill I an a anOMce anOMceor OBIo OBIoof Of
of Public Instruction In I France Jonc He le lemrmb I Ia Ia
York Academy o oHcirnce 01 01HWII oclenaw
a member mrmb r of the New Yor AteJT
Hcirnce HWII In n london ldo lie la i a Metropoll Metropolitan JfllUl
ton t Oas 0 n reserve ffm ftt > Hi ii Hs principal work or I ISoap I lSoap
Soap S Dubhl and nd the I Forces Fu Tba TbaMould Tht1I0u ThaMould
Mould 1I0u Them ThemProf 11mPf ThemIrof
Prof Pf Andrew Ancrew RiMuwll Forsyth Jolh beam bccannSodlerian bme bmeSar beamSad1erriatt
Sodlerian Sar profeeeor roft rofl aor of o mathematics malhfUo li liCambridge In InCmbridp iiCambridge
Cambridge University Unrety In lest 1 l Ho 10 ls ai shonorary aihonorary a
the National Aced Aoademy Acednay
honorary member mebr of tb Sallo Ac
nay lD of Bclraceii 8mC of Vaahlngton and onumerous o onumerous 01 01numeUi
numerous numeUi societies 10deL of pure pln mathematics mathematicsII mtheto mathematicshieprineipal
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FOR OR OlD fAsniosKit FI U10VEIE rovnTii rovnTiiMar FOURThIRaper OURTI OURTIGaae
Mar ratar Ca Gaae > nr Appelnt Ptntl a Committee mt IArrange li liArrangr I IArnr
Arrange Arnr for Cerrmenlal Cmel Pr PrMar Dar DarMayor flayMayor
Mayor Oavnor yesterday ten appointed opx apllUlnL > intd i icommittee I Icommll icommittee
committee commll to prepare prfpre plan pl for the th old olifashioned oldfhlO o1fuhioned
fashioned fhlO celebration cJhraUon of July Fotirtl Fotirtlwhich YOlrb YOlrbwhich Fonrtlwhich
which he has ba suggested IUKlted It I Is I the Id Idof Ide Ideof lilac lilacof
of the Mayor that Instead lnlled of letting ltUDlth thyonngtn thi thiyoungKtera
youngKtera olnl tfra make mk a nuisance nllnO of th the d dthere da dathere dy dyt
there t should be b a more ceremonial Oremonll cat oelbrntion O1 catbrntlon
brntion bmton of the day such for instance instancea InaonO InaonOpde
u a a parade pde and a municipal mUDlcpl firework fireworkdisplay Iworke Iworkedilplay fireworkdisplay
The committee hi hiappointed heappointed
display dilplay at t night IIhl Th h
appointed pOlott roiuUt Inl1 of these th persons pf whi whiwill whiwill ho howl
will wl meet m t in the City It Hall UI on o June Jun I korganic U Uorganlr 0 0orlnl
organic organlrJsrab organicJacob orlnl orlnlJlrh
Jacob Jlrh H I Set 8LUr LIQ IB Henry lnr R Town Oo OoCharlM koCharles D DChr
Charles Chr K t Nor I lien Oeor George w W Wiiigate WiiigateUth WIt WItlot WepteLuther
Luther lot Uth r 11 I Culkk lullrk Jamra Jal K F Hulllvan Kllnn Jacol JacolKlU Jlrb JlrbIli JarolIUb
KlU Ili Mr Isaac 110 U I Ilke Ilk 11 Alderman n 8amwMarx SamueMau 8amw lmll11al
Marx 1al Howard lor Uradilrrrl Fro 1 < rv F hlaonerNathan llannirr llannirrXathan lallm lallmXlhan
Nathan Straus HI Iru rain Mrs Clarence 1Arnl II I Mackar MackarOr ek
Or I William Wilam II I Maxwell w41 John II McCooer McCooerKucrno McrooyIucne r
Kucrno ICD A Ihllbln hlbln William Wllm A Brady BradyMorrU Brd1torr HndyHord
MorrU Cukor AUxandrr R John Job Jobltay Jobnoe Jobnoelimy oa oallrary
limy ltay K rO loud H I OI1IU 11 Ambrose Ambr Hcbu ltchunick Hcbuniak Kbu Kbuhlak
nick IVrler rlf Mono o Patrick trlck J Conway fonwarlulcl ConwayIulgl lo war
lulcl 1111 MoUrl Hrl Joiwiib Job V treely lr Charlie Cbal F FItnrpti FIUttl FMIIrphy
Itnrpti IUttl Uord lord llrUcom Irlnl Ini conu Mr tr Karrioi KarrioiK ro
K Wlnlhrop Jr Charlr II t Lamb inb rb Uarciu UarciuU arcu arcuM
U Mark rb Brls BrlavG IrlcAn Gm n Walter llo Iloec r Real RealAdmiral Rar RarAdmlr1 RealAdmiral
Admiral K F II C l Iutr uu lUlinnnd IUlld Wrtmortlni Wrtmor Wrtmorl mo
I tlni l n long Ur II I loud Edward lwr J Hhalver HhalverAtriandrr Khle KhleAI NMlveyAlexander
Alexander AI I dr FrankrnMrtn FrnlnIIII M Hamurl Hamu Htfrn HtfrnThorns KtmTom HtrmThom
Tom Thorns I J frano flh W I harklo I ark kln In J II Hur Hurrouch thurrouah ur urrOllrh
rouch rOllrh lr Ir William Wilam Edward rd Flesh Will Willlam Wi Willlam
lam Im A lohnMon olnIo A 11 I ttprnrrr II r AldermarFrank Aldfrmai AldfrmaiPrank Aldrma
Prank fnk I U Dowllnr 0 Un AMrrinan Allrma Tltm TrUlam BJohnson B BJohnwin DJohnon
Johnon Johnson John I llofk nobrUr Boekefelletr WI < T Jr Robert RobertJiidon Rob RobenJudwn
Jldn Jiidon Ktnworlhr William Wiiam Beryl 111 Herman HermanA lrman lrmantanlrl
IHfglD thirty Walker WalkerTheme WslkerThomas
A MrtxrharlniM tanlrl M lirlo lr Wallr WallrTm
Tm Thomas H Ushy John U I M 1 All B Itrir Itrirru llrl llrlr Illc IllcGfD
GfD r ru u Crors Oor lr Moore o Smith 8mlb lirlvO IrlcUn IrlcUnJohn uricdsnJohn n nJohnU
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I Margarot Ku Ruacnithal thai a telephone tlepo operator operatorin opertorI
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I knckCI knocked her h h4r r unconscious unconsciousTh unCol unColI
I Th The Intruders Inlrne dipped 11 out ou no 1 the th fire firemrtap Rr RrII firecal
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II trod < there thereMinn I thereMiwa
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I Georgia avenue and Philip Ihip Holhken thll ol
lorKL 10 1700 Prospect rrp avenue atu Brooklyn IrlllO They Theywere Te Theywere
were charged br with attempted Allempll burglary burglaryMUM Luralaryfl
MUM Me fl ltoenth lttll l said eld that tht two other men menfollowed ml menlolowd
rolo followed Win WiOfr Wiener r and Rothknn Rlhkr but hit the thepolice tbepolltfl thewtIM
police couldnt cukiDt find fnd them them4VTinKrnvn thpm4TInFTTIn them4T1fETT116
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ArnTlH Tex May 3S The T Htate Rt Court Courtif Aurt Aurtnf
if Criminal Appeal Appll today Ha sustained IUltln the theralidlty thenlkl therslldity
nlkl ralidlty of the law I prohibiting probbltna bettingn betting tlnc tlncon
on > n bnriw hOf rare ni and operating oprallnl poolrooms poolroomsIt Jlroom JlroomIt
It i I Is held h1 to be unlawful to t bet bt on hone honerace hon honrI honeac
rI race ac in this Htate or to place bet btl within withinthe withinhe lhlD lhlDIhl
the State u > era ml run In In another anothr State Statear 8t
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Jil Iiurex Mexico lulao and tb the bet bt wa e made madewith mad madewith
with a man in Tuhn Tn Okla It I was u In Inlb Inlbn the thea th thin
in a lb part proceeding of ofJack JackWalaharaklni JackWalaharaklniItaboa Jak W1 Walsh mking mkingubea klnl
hllu Itaboa pr corpus COr piD and who bo I a remanded remandedto rD
to o th the Sheriff of olOrJ Orayon county cnt Wash W
according t to the allegations all tl in the record recordaccepted recordaccepted
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graphed cr the th earn some I to one o R R f L L Allison Allisonat Alll Alllt
at t Tukw 1 be to t be b bet bt on 0 Knight Deck 0 a horse horseentered bon horseentered
entered enl at JuareTbe Juare Jil JuareaThe
The Te application ppilii for fo habeas hb corpus r was wasbased weebased
based b on the th contention cllon that tba th te law lawwas I lawwas
was unconstitutional unolmutll The T court eour wrote wroteno wt
no opinion opini of Itself ltlf but bt adopted adopt aa lu isvew luview Itayi
view the elaborate illbore brief brf of Assistant AssistantAUomeyGeneral AesstantAttorrtey0neral ltt lttAtmMral
AUomeyGeneral yi AtmMral John Jon A Mobley ll It Itnegative I Itnegstlves
negative th the six ht count couta urged against againsttb Iot IotIbe
tb the law I presenting prtni argument up t and a citing citingauthoritie clnl citingauthoritle
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ly did Mini l Nina C Nunn of Port Covet Coldmaccept C4le Covetaccept
accept th the proposal ppl of marriage marri mad by byPhilip b bPip byPhilp
Philip Pip H I Hann Hln of the sam te place pl whit whllthey whitthey hll
they the were out In an automobile autmbil early rltl thi thiraornlng thlsmorning
morning that they te were eWny actually husband husbandand hUd hUdad husbandand
and ad wife wle within whln twenty twet minute not notithstandlng DotItundln notwithstanding
withstanding Itundln the th hour bur They Te motored motoredto
to the home of Justice JUtc of th te the Peace PO J R RUndaberry R ItIJndaberry
Undaberry Undob got 1 him hi out of bed b at 3 7oclock 3oclock 2o
oclock o and 1d were re duty united unit The wit witnesses witnotes
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earlier rle be b bratoww bo b he blessing blesalagThey blessingThey
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I Washington Waohingtaa Wal Te h and it i took tl more Are Mm aA thanthey than thanthey t
they h had expected While WiH drl driving O overIke over overthe
the th qui ql q filet t country Mur Ipt road f Harm R pepped the thequmtUnn te teq theqepetil
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the chemical chelcal experiment Ipllt which resulted resultedin nulo
in the daft delb of C 0 Dickinson Diklnl DTckinso0t expresl expresldent elp presl presldent
dent dlt of the tlCleTt CarnrgleTrust Com CoparofSf Companyof panof New NewYorkIn NewYork
YorkIn York iD a hospital la Ii that th cityTueeday cityTueedaymorning ct city 1 1mlolumeletaybyDrF Tuesday Tuesdaymorning
W WLange Wanger I Ilnl
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morning mlolumeletaybyDrF was revealed today by
Lange lnl anger 11 local chemist ch l and physician plcl who whosays whosays h htbt
says that tbt h ha b discovered dl1e th long longought In InIUtt longsought
ought IUtt process p + m for transmuting tnutlnl bare IIOMmetali l lme baremetals
me metals into iDt gold pl and nd silver silverIt nnrI
It I was In Dr O Tang iages P laboratory JllOrl her herthat h herethat
that lbt Mr Dickinson Dckln was w overcome by th thadd the Ihoa theacid
add fume which later resulted In his hisdeath hladeth hisdeath
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death deathDr deth
dethD Dr D Lange AI My that Sir Ir Dickinson Dickinsonwhen Dckl Dickinsonwhen
when bn he saw aw before blo him bane 1 metals Ilea be being h belog ¬
log Int transmuted trut into Oliver 111 became t over overenthusiastic Orenlhuto overenthualastio
enthusiastic enlhuto at lt tb the success IUO of olb the experi experiment experlmint zpri zpriIntand ¬
mint Intand and leaving leavl the seat et he h bad been beenInstructed bn bnInltcl beeninstnitied
Instructed Inltcl to t occupy stepped Ilppd near to a afurnaco afuu aftunaoo
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furnaco fuu boated ated to 4COO e degrees d1 and ad In Inbaled Inbal inbaled
baled bal the tbl deadly ladl gearAcoordlag gear gasMAccording 1 1Accordlnl
According to Lange IAe Mr r Dickinson Dickn was wasabout waabout
about to back bk Dr Langs IAe discovery dMco with withall withall Ith IthaU
all hia hl resources nurO During DriDe the capitalistsIllness capitalists capitalistsillneas cploll a ain
Illness in Dr D Lange Ll In accordance Irdanr with an anagreement a aqment anagreement
agreement qment with lh Mr r Dickinson Dlcklnn refused refusedto nfU
to speak of the tb xperlmrnu nprll Today in instatenutnt ina ina
a statement Iatat ap he said saidFour td tdFour saidFour
Four years ago < 0 while hU experimenting expfirlmentlngwith uKrltlc uKrltlcIth
with Ith a process pr 1re for the reduction ruc of th thcoat the theot thecost
coat ot of making mktD silver lnr chlorides olr which whic areused are areused areul
used ul In dry d cell electric 10 batteries btr I bran branacross > ran ranacroea
pl
across ac a wonderful 0Ddrlllllt secret a secret Mt that thathss thath thathu
h hss been bn Bought for ago a and n which bl will willrevolution wl willrevolutionise
revolution reyolutll the electrical Ilol industry industrythe IdUt
the I be photographing piluoreplDE proces pl and Is I so a far farreaching farreaching flr flrrchllC
reaching rchllC In I its It effect etl that tt It will wi revolu revolution revolulionize Yolu Yolutlole ¬
tion tlole lionize lx the lh world worldI orl
I discovered dlyer the 11 means II of Increasing Increasingan IDtllnl IDtllnlu
an atom L of pure silver Iinr to 100 10 times UmClt4 Its sire sireand six sixand 11 11n
and n weight I < h of equal lual If I not greater ItIr fineFor fine fn fnFo foottee
tee teeFor For Fo four for years Yfre I have carried cat the thetecrst th thIt therecret
tecrst It continued eDUnlle l Dr > r lange lol It I waa waaso W weo
so 1 o great at and n 1 eo o wonderful onorlul that tbt I did not notdare notd notdare
dare d believe belne It mynolf Night Nltt and day dayfor dylor dayfor
for year ia I have haf demonstrated dmOtrated over and snJovcragaln andoveragabn ut
ovcragaln ofrapiD in my laboratory lratory tb the wonder wonderful Inr Inrful ¬
ful process f I have haf spent lpat lhou tho11 thouanis and of ofdollar 01dor ofdollars
dollar dor In equipping lulpplD my m laboratoryhave laboratory 1 1have Ibn
have bn taken takn base l metals mtt of four for different differentkinds dlrn dlrnkiDda ditferenkinds
kinds and Miccessfully llful transmuted tmuted them themin tem temIn
of of silver and andnlnetynlnu andninetynlnr
in proportions pprtloA s one 01 part p an
nlnetynlnu parti rlxof of bee h metal mtl Into silver silverof 1er 1erof
of the tho utmost utmOt purity purityDr prity prityD
Dr D Lang In lnblta bis statement t discusses dlsousseth d dthe discussesthe
th the f far ar he had tl Mt le that pmp perhaps b be bemild wee waamisguided weemisguided
misguided mild by b overenthuslasm onnthuu for bis heprocess bisproee ili
process pr of transmutation lrult Finally J1ny a ayear ayer ayear
year ago be deoidd to send torn of tb tbmanufactured the tbemufau themanufactured
yer 00 b do M I
manufactured mufau silver MII to expert ex chemical chemicalauolf dllc chemicalauodyte
auolf a 4 fu fer4eersr fer4eersrrent > ttat ttatTnt
Tnt r t It to New S York Yor to Philadelphia Philadelphiato Pllelpbl
to t Boston I wtnn ad a Chicago Cloo h he said ed and ad In Invery bleY Inevery
very eY case Q received rnd Um report rprt of the tbeaasayers lb theausyera
aasayers re that tilt th tbe substance IUbtce IUbtcet assayed was wastn wutrue
tn t true > silver UYer I sent nt It to analyst al and andassayers andre andasmyen
assayers re of the big h silver alnr dealing dllna house houseof lou louof
of the country Intr and Ind from them came QI tbe tbeassay tbelhat theassay
assay that th the substance abtc stood Io every everyteat fyeryIt everytest
teat for silver al1r and nd showed auwed trace tr well welldefined welldefned 11 11doRned
defined In each M Instance ittnce of gold goldFinally a goldFinally d
Finally 101 within the Ih pat pL year M Dr Drlange O Dringe
lange went on I sent a quantity of ofthe 01tbe ofthe
the transmuted Iranlmutt metals to the United UnitedHtale Uoled UoledHlalH UnitedHtatee
Htale mint It came tme back bk with ib the re report r meport ¬
port prt that it wa 1 true te silver alH Again I Ilt Iltanolb sent sentanother entanother
another quantity qunlty made at t a different differenttime dllHt dllHtUme differenttime
time to the mint That too to came me hack luckthe hacktbi hac
the assayers a H declaring in their report reportthat rrt rrtthat reportthat
that the Ib imbalance lb lnte was silver of a high highgrade hhr1 highgrade
grade For the third time Lm I sent Ntloth8f Ntloth8fqllantl another anotherquantity anotherquantty
quantity qllantl pe to the United States latN mint mintAgain mintA mintAgain
Again A < ln the report cant II that theubtance theubtancewa the lbtl lbtlpUf substance substancewas
wa pure pUf silver silverIt 11 11It
It lias b ever 1 tea t my m belief belf that the thetheory tbethlr thetheory
theory thlr of evolution olut p Pln pertains + rtalna to the in inorganic Inorplo inorganic ¬
organic orplo a u well U u to t the organic ol things thingsof
of this tbl earth On this heal bll it was u that tt I Ifollowed Ilol1 Ifollowed
followed lol1 out ou my experiments tlplnta I know knowthat Io knowthat
that tbt silver MIY is an element Il ft That Tlt In it itpresent Ita ItaPrlt itpresent
present Prlt state lt It contain cnlalot atoms atm and mole molecule mole molecalk ¬
calk 111 of nothing nolhnl but blt silver llvr I belfsved belfsvedthough belni heHevedthough
though Iboua that tbt it Is possible pble to t effect el a mo molecular moteclIr molecudar ¬
lecular teclIr change In filvrr ItH andon that lbt line lineI lnl
I experimented experimentedMy l lIy
elpmel
My Iy first tests were ln with will the tb silver silverchloride direrchlorides Ihrcblorid
chloride Through them I believed 1Ivtd lay laythe laythe la lathe
the path plb to the th secret It For months mODlh I Ifelted IIttd itested
felted and tested IHlf Finally Fnal one oe day I Isubjected IubJete Isubjected
subjected ubJete a matrix mtris of silver to a heat of
1000 10 degree de In this Intense InLen heat by b the theaid Iheaid theold
aid of th tbe formula flOul rormulewhioh which bl I had hd discovered discoveredI dlfl
I brought the th matrix mtrix of silver and ninety ninetynine nlntynine ninetyroe
nine time aa great It a quantity qla I of th thbasrst the Ibeof thebasest
basest of metals mettl together and lo the them th thI thelane
I lane m mll metal tal had changed chace to silver of the thepurest tbepurest Ibepllft
purest quality qWlt One Oe hundred hudl time 1m 1mmich a amuch u unuoh
mich much silver 11 came oml out of the furnace fumc as ashad uhad
b had gone In I u a L
For four our years yn i earned cr U we the > e secret secretI IJ IJr
I mad m our lre that tbt it was u right Then ThenI The
I decided del to give 111 to the I world the benefit benefitof bnfit bnfitof
of my discovery discoveryI dl1ry dl1ryI
I am m not DO poor pr Dr Ifnge IfnI i + nge went ent on onI 0 onI
I have business bUI Interest Intru here I bays havB haf hafa baysa
a good c practice prcice but I did di not no have hf enough enoughmoney loulbmy enoughmoney
money my to exploit my m discovery dlnry I IItlC was wasintroduced wasintroduced
introduced ItlC to Mr Dickinson Dlkln I told toldhim Cl toldhim
him of my m discovery dI1r H Ho believed bliY In 11 it itH ILHe itH
H He csme cm to this thl city ct and with bimand bimandhis him 118 and andhi
hi his brotherfcnd brotbD a college cl 1 friend frd I went wentto nt
to my 8 laboratory lbontr I prepared IPred for fo tb tbexperiment the lheIprlmL thexpsritnent
experiment IprlmL Mr Dickinson Dloo examined examinedth eai
th the base bu metal mttal H Ue eube examined xamm d the silver silversalt Inne diversalt
salt e Everything Enrlnu waa ready my The list tatbegan teL teLi listbegan
i began beganWh belI beganWhes
Wh Wo Whes o Mr Dickfcaon Dckil saw th the trans transmutation ta transmutation
i mutation mutl tab t place P h he wu WI elated elte H Hjurnpta Hjumpis e eI
I jurnpta JuP to hi hle him feet and ad insisted luwt on looking lookingInto 1l lookingInto
Into th the furnace Ha banded me e
I iDt t I bade myapparatus my myapparatus IY IYaprtU
aprtU apparatus Th T gas geese arising ariau from th thfurnace de deIurna the thefurnace
furnace Iurna made me him slightly let ill I Before Ofor he heleft h heleft
lie left for hi bi his home hmef Mr Dickinson Dilnn had hadagreed h hadgrad
agreed ac to invest In hie hi millions mJUOI In exploiting exploitingmy uoJiliD uoJiliDmr
my discovery discoveryIt dlYe
I It I I I lath UM t most mt simple almpl but moat m gigantic giganticpropoallKMi dpUo dpUoppl giganticpropult
propoallKMi t that ha has b sager beta b put pu before beforeth bfore bforet beforethe
th t the ppl worldhe wrl world he h oald esidAfter oaldAfter Ild IldA
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fume lul he h h Inbahd InJ aggravated ante his I weak weakened Wtlk Wtlke weakcoed ¬
coed e l cuxUtioa eto and a b b be developed dlo poet pneumonia poetmoult I Imonla ¬
monia monla I spent Ipt several 1rl dare df at hi his bed bedaide bedaide
aide ld Hie Hi heart impaired Impnod by h long I bI ill illntes IUfN illnee
ntes fN nee wa u too weak wek to tolt stand the strain strainol t
ol tit ti the fU0 pneumonia pnetsern le and a be b died diedDr difdO diedDr
Dr O Lange r My that lt fee l 1ta 1ua am al ample ampleAnaaelal pi piflaaaelft
flaaaelft A I support toput I to p pct M 1 Ma discovery discoveryon dYfT dYfTl
on l tbe t market kt IXahlnnon Phe last word wordto
to t hw h M h BM wwi w Writer W I Kv KvOf I ire ireer
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Pot P en a ittftL ittftLMayor TI T1rM1Mayor
Mayor Oaynor has b dlr dr dIrioted d PcU PellaContml PcUCommhwioocr MO
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1 a Wiim trial f fneglect fe feneglect
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neglect 11 of duty Word Wo wa was sent n to t UK thMayor UKMayor t
Mayor that the th two o men m wore o In the t bad babiof bL badof
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of sleeping In a building bUdl1 at a 1 26 216 W WSixty Wt WtSltyadt We WeBixtysecond
IIpn
Sltyadt Bixtysecond Sixty econd skeet when wbe they ter theybays Iould Iouldhye boul boulbv <
hye bv beta b patrolling Two To sergeant Mrgeantiwho Mot Motwho
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who wore WO told t off o to watch atc them tm famethe fount fountth foundle
le th the two asleep ue In the t place pl a few re rooming roomingigo mlop
igo go 0
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tt that policemen polcl bare hf tw b been n sleeping a q In lultab inetabi i iitabl
ltab itabl at a III SI 11 East Fortynnt Fortyninth streetlie street strwtII 1t
le II lie bsdewatah had b a watch put on o the tl place ands andaii ad ada
pt
i result lult Patrolman Patll Bergman Brn p of th te the Ea1 Ea1nftyflnt E ReaPltcyAnt
Ft nftyflnt street It station Uon wu found foud then theniiy te thenby
by a sergeant when hl he should bold have bve best breioovering b bestxovering
OYnDI oovering hi his beat hL Tau Tli Mayor 11yr Instruct inetructetLb InstructLh lotlutd lotlutdth
th Lh Commissioner Cmioe to t put this t policeman picem ot ottrial 0 at124al
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cll cruiser Von der Tans Tu bad b her he first ft trio triotrip triatrip tl tltrip
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Fewer Than Tn 40 0 Per Cent of Indiana IndianaVatrrs Inlana IndianaVoters
Voters 11 Go to t the tl Pets PtlsiKDUxarouH PettoIHIUPLI PetsIxniaxtroua
iKDUxarouH IHIUPLI May 23Owing Owing wnl to the themany th themany
many Candida cndldt to on the ticket tcluM the t Count CountIng e Countlog t tID
ID log of the vote vot cast ct In yesterdays Ir Re Republican R ispublican ¬
pulUC publican and Democratic Dmoto primaries prlmr hai hainot h pwtot
not been n completed omplte but th 1 the official omca re returns r relurne ¬
tUf turns show h that lbt lea than 40 t per pr cant cantof 0t
of tbe vote VOtl of each e party prt wt r cast ot And Andilespite Ad Addplta endleepit
ilespite weeks k of canvassing C1aC there trre trreUtle wu wulittle vulittle
Utle little Interest Intlt In th lh the nomination nominationIt DomloUn
It also al develop dnlop that tht Setuttor 8tr Bv Beveridge Beveridgelid Dlerid ridg ridglid <
dd lid not win wn as complete cmplet a victory vcory u tb tbreturn t thereturns
rtum return last It night Indicated Inct and thougt thougtill tc
ill 1 the eight legislative 1IIJU candidates caadrt caadrtwl chosen chosenill cholerwill
wl will ill vote vot for him bm three of the meD ro a whom whomlit homhill
hill lit friends fri Indorsed Inrl and worked wrk for were wvrolefeatol nredft weredefeated
dft defeated lefeatolTsggarts defeatedTaggarts
Tsggarts Tu slate a with Ith on on one exception elptcn wen wenIkrough wnL wnLIhrh wealThrough
Ihrh Through Many Iay chare har of unfalmeai unfalmeaiIT uafall
a IT Ire made mad by Democratic Dmoto candidate candidatebut clu
but aa t fraud frud I la a not charged chr there tr will willliardly wll wlly willharJy
liardly y be h a recount cut of the t votes votesSome voteSome OtO
Some Sm of the tb candidate cdd however wet wbcire wetIce ho hoa
a ire defeated defac by very vry narrow nrw margins marginswent marginswent
na went Into court and secured a restraining restralnlniorder rMlrtlDIDonieor restrainingorkr
order to prevent the Inspector l from fromi lromdeatrolnl fromieatroying
deatrolnl i troylng the th ballot ballo and a as fast futI at ata a aI
I a precinct wa counted colin today the tb ballotd ballotdwere ballotawere balotiwere
were placed In a sealed led bag and turned turnedaver turnedonr turnedaver
aver to the clerk of the courtAdtC1 court courtSA
SA AdtC1 t KUlP1OB t1d IlOA A MONTH HQNTHnrfrre MONTHReferee R RIIplrr
Referee Rrfemmnut MntMtlea af f Hi HiMpnaoss SIre SIrerllllll liraYtrhaas
Mpnaoss AllmnyCharles Alimony AlimonyCharle AIlIllIIOCbarle
Charles Henry Niehaus the sculptornovrd sculptor sculptormoved acuJormold
moved for reduction of th tile alimony allIlIOl1 of olUSD ofSI of11ro
SI USD a month granted CfIInt l to hia wife i1e Regina ReglnIrmatrong J Reginatrmstroeg cina cinaAnnatlOllC
Irmatrong Nloliau the th writer when ea abe abeIIt shetot hs hsCot
Cot a decree of separation two years 11111 ago agoi agond 0 0alld
alld i nd Referee Wfr I > li I Gilbert reqrtr ItqtIItoIIded ItqtIItoIIded1II1nJa regrnwendedreetenlay ended endedrceterday
rceterday 1II1nJa that the alimony Um n be reduced reducedy
lor y CO CIa a month Mr Niehaiis I ii occupy occupyng oceupyInl
Inl ng a house on property owned by bee beelusband berhllllLand herusband
lusband at New ew Rochelle and tb the referee rrferatMtimat rrolemelimalll refereeetinetee
Mtimat the th rent to be worth the lb lbTh CO COThe 0 0The
The Th referee r1IMI found that at the time the tbedeono thebores thileoree
bores was waIIIIIred entered the tb sculptor bad f IJOG IJOGof IJOO IJOOif
of if f debts and bad ooatracU to build lb Ihlenjamln lb8enJ1mln lbonjamin
lenjamln UarrUon monument for 1 auooo auoootb 4000 14000he 1 4000he
tb he aovbol mooiimvnt for the Hut of ofeotucky ofKeotucky ofrestuoky
eotucky for 120000 and the tb Beardaley Beardaleynemorial DeanJalememurialfo1rltOOOO itaMeleynennonial
memurialfo1rltOOOO nemorial for ttOOOO All AIIre are finished tlnlahedand tlnlahedandha and andtave andeve
ha eve YII hem be a paid for except the Goebelliceintent Ooebel Ooebelnonument Ooe OoemOOUDJmt
nonument on which 7JOO 11 i ill due Nieaus Nie Nieiaiis Nlebaue
baue iaiis baa h the contract to design the John Johnaul JobnPaul Johnaul
Paul aul Jones Jon monument at Washington for forItllOOO forIL000
> 49000 but ha done no work ork on it itOne ItOne itOne
One of tbe causes of the Ib sculptors lCulporalaek lack lackif
01 if money at present i 10 that b he baa paid paid3WO paid112WO
112WO 3WO legal expenses eJplDlflilln in the lb list two yean yeannd yearnd eare earend
nd Ins l been > een handicapped by the late of ofhe 01I 01tbe ofhe
I he services of hi bill wife who wboauetsdhim bo assisted him in inibtalnlng laolltalnln inblaming
blaming < contract contractCIVVOVM contractaC contractsC1N1ONa
CIVVOVM C IJ VAMP ttlSSKn UIJSEDreabyterlsm ttlSSKnrrtbvtrrlans DUJEPrrtbtHIaIll
rrtbvtrrlans Daft Want ant Stint I to Name Namenri NAmlne 4amennre
nri ne > ln rtlgatn IDIUpl IDIUplATLurTIC tntwugatersATbaxtlc > rtlgatnAHISTIC
AHISTIC CRT May Ia 5111 Tim name of ofIpeaker ofHpahr ofpater
Ipeaker Cannon was hit by th the com comnlMioners commlionlra comtiseionen
nlMioners at t the Presbyterian Assembly Assemblyi Ambl AmblIn
In i season Ion here when bpn it 1 was mentionedi mentioned
la i a discussion d of the tb Federal bill for a aational analionallnYfllUptol aadonal
nalionallnYfllUptol ational investigation of tbe temperanceuetion temperance temperanceuestlon umpel1lJlC8qUHUon
qUHUon uestlon Congressman W 8 Bennet Bennetf
01 f New Ne York who bo Introduced lotrodu t the bill WUsked billukid billabed
abed the assembly mbl to Indorse it itThe ItThIJ ftThe
The ThIJ Rev II T laughbaum lauhbttumofOklalaoma lauhbttumofOklalaomabn of Oklahoma Oklahomaho
ho led th the delegation from that HUte HUtei
In i speaking kine on tb the resolution saM that thatlie thatthe
the lie to delegates from hi his State were willing wfIIlqto
to 3 support upportlt It if Congressman Bennst BlImetalloed wu wullowed wasflowed
flowed to name the investigating com oomilttre committ cornittee
mitt ilttre 1 hall oppose any an movement movementhave moftmeoto
to t have any an temperance legislation legislationandled ePIaUnnhandled legislationsndled
handled by men who btt may ma b be appointed appointedor
fnr or that purpose by the tb Sprakvr of tb tblouse the IbennUM thelouse
louse of Representatives h he Aid Aidt Id
11 t wu at this stage that tba tb name of ofpeaker ofSpeaker ofpeaker
peaker Cannon wu hissed hissedA
A resolution Indorsing the th bill wa wadopted wasdopted a aI
I dopted adoptedi doptedKlTIPn doptedxrrlED
i KlTIPn rrD BV CAT AXn AY > FLTseats FLY FLYBrf Fl1IlIIfet
seats Pokes Ot tote I Might Ikont Ikontlito rrataa rrataaon
on Ills Hand HandEdward H1IdEdward BandEdward
Edward H Pratt president of 1M th Pratt Prattloof PrattRoot Prattnot
Root Protection Company la West Side Sidevtane 81d 81daY1tDae Bidetena
vtane Jersey I City died yesterday ttrda atbret at athrlst atCbrilt
bret Hospital in tbat city of otblood blood poi poiooigatthagof44 aIDlat poiszltgal
IDlat igatthagof44 igatthagof44WMU the theageof 18 0141 0141While 4 4Whit
While putting a cat In hi his office on the theIght thotolsht theIgM
Ight of Mf M IrIJ IS tb the animal anI scratched hi hiIght hla hlariht hsgut
gut hand causing a alight break in th thkki the thekin thetin
kin On th the following day da Mr Pratt Prattilled PraLtIdlW PrattIUsd
illed a fly y oa a window pane and some somef
01 f f the insect blood entered the partly pantysated partlyaled partlb1ed
b1ed sated scratch SpUo poisoning deal develped denloped dealpd
ped on May ila 30 and Dr Cordon K Dick Dickica Dickera
ica era advised hi hie removal to th the hospital hospitalhe
Th he patient rapidly grew worse and thee thohyoJeUn lb lbIIhaelaDa theekysn
hyoJeUn amputated hto II bead Mr Mrtmtt Mrrr Mrrmatt
rr matt tt died at t 3tt oclock yesterday morn mornig momiR morng
iR ig g lie lived villa UaJat hU wife 11 at T Oautier GautieranoelleI Oautlerrenae
anoelleI anoelleIII renae Jeracy 0q 0qPWRTa
II PWRTa Inal VI OLD ae1lb6eNIeRreTuawrail ae1lb6eNIeRreTuawrailTlkeerta WIJqC WIJqCN
N T Tlkeerta De a1arwMeatReWth a1arwMeatReWthi I II Itl
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FLAMES IN IK BIG SHIPS HOLD HOLDjrCBBOItV HOLDJrUlJOBN HOLDJTUREORV
jrCBBOItV COtTON FIItK nF IV TltK TltKPRINT TllrPBIN TIIRPRINZ
PRINT FRIEDRICH WIlllFtM WIlllFtMMany JYlIIIFIVXu
Many Xu of th the Firemen mm Overcome by b Km Mmllk Mmllkand Nmskeand eke ekeand
and Tempera Hospital Ratabltahetl Ratabltahetlon tbllllUden
on tit Co PterRtld Barfly Badf moiled f 1pbat Cpt Cptlicit p pbat
bat WU1 B Be Able to t Na Hall Aallllft I I on Time Today TonlayA
I
A Ore In the cotton stowed In lower lowerbold lowerhold lowerhold
hold No B of th the North German < Lloyd Lloydsteamship Lloydatermahlp Lloydsteamship
1 1a
steamship Prta Friedrich Wilbelm lying lyingat
a at h her r pier In Hoboken gave the officer offersand officerand otDOtraand
and crew epw of the veassl eel I and th the entire entireAre entireen entireAr
Are Ar department of Hoboken a f livelyfight lively livelyfight 1ftlyflb
fight last night Th The blaze wu AII oonfned oonfnedto confined confinedto I Ito
to the compartment In which it 1 started startedand ltartedand startedand
and although the ship wu badly badI Brooked Brookedup j jup
up and Buffered considerably from thethouanda the thethousands thethoumnda
thousands of gallons of water r which were werepoured werepoured werepound
poured In Herman Winter the th thaaomt passenger paaefragent passengeragent
agent of tt the tin line MId after theflre the Are that thatibo tbtab thatde
ab ibo would tall on schedule time todayBb today todayEQto
811 EQto baa booked forjpasaage lop for pawge e 631 cabin and andBOO andem
BOO steerage puoenger puoengerTbe pIIIODImtThe
The longshoremen were re still busy hoist hoisting hollIn hoistlog ¬
In log In cotton to No S bold under thesupervlelan th thsupervision the thelu
supervision lu IIOft of Second Officer Bonsch Bonschwhen IJenacbwhen Ihensthwhen
when the Ih fire fI wu w discovered at a 730 730oclock 101oclock I Ioeloor
oclock The first puffs of smoke ware warefollowed wenfollowed ere erefolloed
followed by a burst of flame which camalmost came camealmost I IalmOll
almost before Second Officer Bensch Benschcould Beotobcould Densobcould
could order the rail to fire quarter quarterCapU quartenOapL quarterCapt
CapU Prehn and his hi officer had the thecrew thecrow
I Iere
ere crew at work ork fighting the blaze with withMveral witbMyml withseveral
several of the ships hose line at a once oncebut oncebut If
but the fire fI wu beyond control and andin udan
an especWiyytcioue especially vicious spurt of flame drovetojth0 drove drovetooths I Iho
tooths ho face of the > crew crewBy CIIt1IBy crawfly
By this time Chief Dunn bad arrived arrivedat
at the bead of the Hoboken fire depart departmeat deputmCI departmistfire
mCI meat mistfire Ore I1 engine lID one chemical and andthree udthrfe sadthree
three hook and ladder companies The Thfiremen Theftremen Thefiremen
firemen stretoliod d In long lines of ho hofrom bote botefrom hoetrom
from outside the dock shed and began beganpouring beptlpourinC beganpouting
pouring water into No 5 bold The Theimoke The1III0ke Theintake
intake became so heavy 11 that it woe waathought wuthouht woeIbought
thought beat to try to get the batch cover coveron
on tbe hold and fight the blue from No NoS NoSThll 8 8Iha erite
rite dam Aarnes bad been smothered enough enoughto
to make this possible poe but butbon when the crew crewand crewand crewtad
and firemen opened the ti bulkhead door doorof
of No o e which opens Into the second secondcabin secondabin l lcabin
cabin they were mot by b an outruah of ofunoko 01emoke ofnook
nook that dropped many mu of the firemen firemenIn t tIn
In ra their track trackBooing tackeBooing i
Booing s several > veral of hi his men fall Chief ChiefDunn CblfDUlla ChiefDunn
Dunn a giant In size and strength pushed pushedtils Pl Ied Iedbla
tils way ylDto Into the th hold and pulled pull out Frank FrankDuffey FrankDulley FrankDuey
Duffey and Carl IxwOSer of Engine S Slie 5Ue 3He
lie was dragging Dennis l mnl > I levy vy out when whenthe whtftIhe whenthe
the smoke got him and he dropped l with withthe withlice Ith IthI
I the others He Jleu wu rescued by b the th crew criwof CfOIWof crewDf
of the ship who werenow wire now Uklngwi tAklne an active activehand actlYtIhand actlvehand
hand In tbe fight fightThe flghtThe flltbLThe
The bulkhead wu u shut In a hurry hllrry8001I u uloon usoon
loon aa the men were we out and tbe flrmnen flrmnenwent lrttmlllenL firemenwent
went enL bock to lake up the fight In No o i 3boll ibold I Ibokt
bold pouring In water wa r from above to after afterIbe afterthe r I IIb
Ib the batch wu BgalnJitejJ apialn ijtnjJp InjwUfLor InjwUfLorOTe gUjjttp gUjjttpIIe f ffJie
OTe change of base f firemen and sailor sailorwere eallvraere sailorwere
were ere dropping every minute from the theeffect tbllft1cta theerect
effect of the f lum fumes umen of the burning cotton cottonCapt cottonCapt cottonCapt
Capt Prthn wu among those who ho went wentlown womtlown wenttown
< lown and those who ho kept their feet were wereput wereput IIftI IIftIput
put hard tii it to carry rry out those tb who whoere whowere ho hoere
ere overcome and to keep on fighting tbe tbelire thegreat 1
great lire at the same time tlmAmbulances 11mAmlMdlllCNlIfI timeAmbulance
Ambulances AmlMdlllCNlIfI were called call I from Rt Mary MaryHospital 1IaryHoopll1 Maryshospital
Hospital and police wagons walOnen were hurried hurriedlo
lo o the dock to help carry to tb the hospital hospitalibone hospitaltlln
ibone boa who ho did not respond to treatment treatmentn
on > n th the dock < k A comer of the dock Iteelf ltaelfau Iteelfvu IlMIfw
w vu turned Into a temporary hospital hospitalmd
md lx ships doctor from the various variousihlps yanouhlpe variouships
hips of the tbllllne line and of other lines IIn now in inx iDport Intort
port x tort > rt worked over tbe unconscious men menFifteen 81110FlflHl1 menifteet
Fifteen of the th firemen rmlll were taken to St Stklarys 8 8dorys
11 klarys ant anollLu sod It was Mid late Itlliut let night that thatill thatall thatdl
ill of them would recover Chief Dunn Owenmu Dunnu
> mu u revived on the Ih dock They tried tri to toleep tokeep toseep
keep seep him l m off the Ih ship for a time but he hernke hebroke hewoke
> broke away aa from the doctors and wenttaei went wentttck lI1t lI1tbaN
baN to lead his menIn men menIn menIn
In spite of all the water being poured pouredn
In n by b the Hoboken firemen who were re now noweenforced DOWfItIIIforced nowyeforted
eenforced by b the D It I A W fireboat fireboatVahington flreboatftaablngton ftlfbOltWaablntcn
ftaablngton and the tll fireboat Wiltett Wiltettuhloh WIlItottwhich Willettvhloh
which had been sent nt over from New York Yorkhe tortethe Yorkbe
he fire 0 continued to eat Its way Wiylntc Into thetitan the thesotton thecotton
cotton bales lIfe There were JJO bales in intold iDhold inold
told No S and more In hold No e and anda andfrturder
frturder a order both to tike away the fuel and andiav anda andave
iav ave a as much of the cotton a as possible possiblebe
I be longshoremen 1on ll and nd crew were rre set to torork toI tomurk I
I murk k hoisting out all th the bale which whicht h1oblit
lit t wu possible to get a hook on Th Thcrrechlngc Theenriching Th1CIftCh1n
enriching of the derricks u the men menoiled menoiled I
oiled at A hoisting out the te cotton added t the to tohe
I
he general confusion but it was wu lOon lOonIIHII sooneel oonen
IIHII en that the thlllmoke smoke weegrowing wa growing lighter lighternd UChtltlrand
and nd the men worked with renown form forma
In a the clearer air airBut airB111 Ir IrBoJ
But BoJ it wasnt until they th turned steam uteamito totMmInlo steamxto
Inlo ito the hold that the fight wu won on andhe and andlie andthe
the lie stream of men carrying IC disabled men menD
0 0 the deck stopped making Its way down downho i ithe 1 1he
the ho gangway At 10 oclock It 1 wu u and an anounood annouIICllld
ounood > that the fire 8 wu under control controlMt oonlrolbut
but Mt 1 It 1 was w thought beet to keep the hatch hatchesf hatchf
or f bold B and I battened down for a sme aIme I Itime
time me while h e the UL steam completed the job jobTo JobTo jobTo
To thoee who boarded th the Prins Fried FriedIch FrIedrich FriedIeh
rich Wilhelm during and after the fire re It ItJdnt Itd1dnt ItldnI
Jdnt appear probable that thVShlp thVShlpould the dripsold drip ahIpcould
could be cleaned up in time to sail at t 19 t0Delay 19day IQoda7
oda7 day but Mr Winter wu u positive po that thath thathe
I die h he would At A any IIn rate the O German Oermannon Germanmica rman rmanalien
alien and and steward will have a Ice fioob floeDb
I Job ob of bousecUaning Dock Superin Superinndnt I ILeadeD l
LeadeD Friedricu after looking at th thmoko the therooks I IImoke
rooks and water stained saloon 10001 said saidhat saidhet I Ilbat
hat It would take a wk k to get thinghipahap thing thinpehlpabape thingkipsbepe
hipahapNo hipahap kipsbepeNo I
No estimate of th the damage don could coulde I Ibe
be e obtained last night Mr Winter said saidhat idthat saidat
hat at ho h wu quite sure that there would wouldnono wouJ4t
t e DOM outald that done to the cotton cottont
In t No I hold An Investigation I showed showedbat tMmbat
bat th the Br lire wu vg caused by a abort cir ciruiUdeUctrlowtr drtied
CIUI uiUdeUctrlowtr uiUdeUctrlowtrIhe tied ttd electric wire wire11u1 winThe
The Print Friedrich WilhsUn is to totcood IIIICOIIId the thestood j
tcood in aiM six and on oaeof oce of the newest l1e ef efho ofhe j jLb
Lb ho North German Lloyd Sfa She wa put putI
iD 1 eontmiatioa in Juno 1108 and U i only onlyn onl onlOM j
OM n day slower 10 thin tb the express ship shipf Iblptof
of f th the line making Bremen from New Nework N NTort Nework
Tort ork in eight day dayRoroi dayRome I
Rom of th the flr lrat t cabin pastengent pastengentibo
ho will 111 be able to sail 11 on the PrIna Prinsrledrich Prinariednlch 1
frl rledrich < Wllhelm in spite of the fir firMr art artI 5reMr
I Mr Winter i II right are CounnulCen CounnulCenral Cwmaul Gn Gnral
eraI ral C Araoldaon and ad his wife from fromlavana fromna1DA fromswans
lavana swans Mr and Mrs Buckley of New Nework 11 11tork Arwork
tork ork Capt F A Cochran of flan Fraa FraaIseo fraaeIMo Franeoo
Iseo eoo Ernest Prixetto the artist and andIn IR4lire andres
lire In Peixotto Jute IAMI I Units and ad Samuelurthg Samuel 8amolIttrHg SIIueIHItIHI
IttrHg theatriMl t alriNl mM me masts re wr sad Mrs MrsF
C F Weasels W and her dmritter < of Offork New Nework fewaat
fork ork
fork11II1
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