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I M ORDER iuREs ii FIGURES IN LAISOIT LAISOITi
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i on 111 or I conosjEBs STAXD STAXDi
i n uT 1111 n v AOAISST THEM THEMnt TOEI TUE31lIur4er
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nt Murder orr of i All l1H r It Klmuui 10 jt jtr tn tnMrh IDlIkh
r ifldth Mrh 1 n sie Ih Plaintiff la t TTal Bait Baits lultrrII
s > trreMnl HM U Never Tt 1 Been BeenI Beftlj BeftlIlurrdl BeentrriI
I Ilurrdl If trriI arr < l I n Jury Iu May tla New CM at t It ItBr Itr ftS
Br S nc of ° f the Ih Appellate Division Divisionw
Court two suit brought broughtl
w 4 tft h 4 rn
ir i utr UP rJbrt V Schwannok ScbwanneokJ hwsnnckid
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JJ4 J I i Our Robert U McDonald McDonaldTK
f TK 1 i rx 10 or tlOOOM by D Burton W17r W Wit Wp
it p < awyer who o wa anted arratdoi ansetdnqtet
I I oi the Iu inquest Into the murder murderIp
4 Hi h Ip t Klnnan In July IBM are areKIT arep re
KIT 11 p viftlop Into a hearing beta beforjrr betaI beforetjrv
I jrr r he h Supreme Court of all U the thein tb tbI thetac
ermng the th murder of Mm MmSlM 3111IdiD MILiI1D
in I
SlM diD D wtucti roiCh has never been solved solvedilii eolnd11Inn soLedtjtern
ilii 11Inn i wuo waa arrested on a war waru
u w w M4C4 ie1 by th the Coron Coroaera ra by ylrtue ylrtueF
1 4 F TIN oininnndatlon of lh tblt Coroner Coronerurr
urr ur 31 > ti hi be held for or examinationr examination uml xaxntMftontt3fl11 t1on t1ont
t r iirmii Jury was w Imprisoned fur furt
t tW r UT II t and then released on habeas habeasjrj bbeueIj
eIj er1 jrj m to I Q tniasuitigsnitthoLwoCoro tniasuitigsnitthoLwoCoror hi tuit against tho two Coro Coro5r Coronctlually
5r r individually Gibson aU aUiert Ug i that thatM tbtrlIon
M rep rlIon nation bad been damaged The Thei TbeOron Thepitt
i Oron roncr put in n an answer r that recounted recountedt racowt l lm
t numw ium m of alleged all pi fact that had come comeic ootnethe
ic the tt attention t flttOfl In the tb court of their theirire their1Clon theirTlg4tIOt1
ire 1Clon MK iion concerning Qlbaone re reauons r rItlC riOt
auons ItlC iOt with ith Mr Ira Klnnan and bar aged agedroiher apdIII
roiher III p Mn n Louis M Slenton who whof
f M t rear lIr Clbeon got almost the theBtire tb tb1I1it thentie
Btire answer truck strtio out In the th lower lowerqjrt lowerrt
qjrt 1 rt n th thP ground that It was scandal scandalusanil s c lldaJ lldaJ11II
usanil Ill ant flI rtduzulont rtduzulontTV
TV TII tppellst pp 1 llate III DlrUloo ravened the theon theOW theW
OW on W uri and In n hla opinion Justice Juatloewoi
woi o > Mr that In certain c cas sos the lb Core Corett
tt r ha II Pai < power pnw r to isau Mus warrant rranl and andoainu Andcenu nd ndttIIIUIII
oainu or 0 ili chargo persons auip suspected auapecledI rted
1 a < am fl1 Ileing an officer o 6f r limited limitedirMirtion IInlltlIrtlcllon Itotitedir4rlI0n
irMirtion it t wa waaproprto pro proper per to plead specif specifallr speelfiaflv pocl poclu
allr u both in justification and mitigation mitigationMamacM mlUallonlimlC mitigationjsniIgee
MamacM limlC f tclIINdinc tcts ct leading up u to the th laming luullllrunt
14 warrant which defendant d con contn cOnnecfUUY conrs
< tn rs necessary to prove in order lo loMr 10he tov
Mr v he validity of the Sb warrant and the thelit
lit h t < r he defendant to luue It Itoult says saysourt saysL
L curt This the defendant at attripled atIfIpl4 atmpid
tripled < to lo < tu the part trlcken out outIn outIlIthr outm
In IlIthr m thiir th ir answer tho defendant df ndant say that thatMr thatIra thatUrs
Mr Ira Ktanan wa killed at iAthff her homo at atKb alom atP4th
P4th Kb street and Washington avenue on onJne onJnt onne
Jne ne s t tkK 1 by b blow on the bark of the thed thfotc1 thets4
tc1 d Sbe Sb wa li t year old and muscular muscularh
h hlJfo hu > tier mother Mr lfI Htenton tolonl was wastear TS TSrrara i iPill
Pill ff f ago and feeble She had become becomeojuainted btooomeIcqualUled become3cquatnted
ojuainted with tth Gibson In 1607 when whenoibwn whenIuon hon honlIlIOU
oibwn r rtp represented preent ted d her mother l1Ion t In squatter squatterproceeding squatterproceedings r rinJl
proceeding inJl brought In the Municipal MunicipalCourt Junlclpa1OJ
Court OJ by b me city of otew New York r ork to dlipowwtt dlipowwttUr dl dlUT
Ur fitentoo Glbeon wn na uMooiated uMooiatediih
11th iih MUlam K Acton Atonl who ho had repre repreeated rtr rtrAI4 repreated
eated < Mn Mr StMiton beforo and for their theirMnlcr tMlrterICH theirentcri
Mnlcr they cot ot a deed IOrtlj a 11 Ijld trd 1 to hue havettro huetMI hueten
ten eiecuUKfby executed < b Mm SUmton to two twoSttta tYOoftthl twolths
Sttta of the property which embraced
twfntyfive city loll lolln iotama
11 ma defendants say r that the land WIll waacnmbered WIlltneJmblred wasnennbered
cnmbered with taxes and a assessments assessmentsdtiag < imenU imenUdittac mM mMI
dittac I tilC baok to IMS and amounting to toIWtiOO toIIO toIto
IWtiOO Ito o One of the term of the alleged allegede all allJIltIYan08 allegedaeysnce
JIltIYan08 e to Gibson and Alton was w a aby 8A 8AI anWment >
I Wment fomeat by Mr Ira Stenton to pay all the thejrnbrime th thI theumbranees
I jrnbrime the whol property being beingTih IlflDacrib beingvrth
vrth crib about tUOW t Gibson and Anton Antonuxortluiiry AIIIODICCordinll Aetontecorduigly
uxortluiiry got ot their twofUth clear of oflbt orJflbt of1bt
lbt > Mrs Ire Stenton declared d at the them Ihll1II1Jt th thtzqueet
m 1II1Jt < i jrt that she all never gave n deed d of the ther th thto
4 r fTty to Qbaon and thought she ah wa waI wuthe
> I the owner ownerTrie ownerThi
Trie 11 anewer recites that In lani Gibson Glboncaa
> Ian a partition action in which Mr Mrvnton Mrssenton Irt Irttnlno
vnton wa repreeented rtl nlAJ by a lawyer lawyerurned lawyerrlmld lawyerramed
urned Barnes who had an oflloe with withii withiion lth lthbeen
ii been and who ho WM alo al coun couIAfl l for forMri rorIn forSitE
SitE atbeon There wan no opposition oppositionhe
he h proceeding In and the property pro r was waao wasto I
o i to Archibald J McFarlane t for WSnm WSnmVl W5 W5Si fW1 fW1I
Vl > Sti nton > n on testified that the he never neverjnnut Itriooutthe twverew
ew < jnnut iooutthe the partition action U the thevut 1b1lilt theIt
vut lilt Jt > f it she 1 WM Mt without any anyVrftt anyp
Vrftt i p est 1 In the property and wan u Hoiin HoiintDdri torn tornhedfendantsasy Of OfD
tDdri D d > the hedfendantsasy defendant aay Thi Thiproperty ThipropertyU property propertya I
< a U lon mortgaged for fISOOO to pay payalleged payI
p I umtranCN iumbrsnesileged
> alleged 11 fd further that Mr fra Klnnan Klnnanart
art ar f 1 Robert 110 rt J Flaherty alawyer alawyermother alawnrr
r P mother r never made any deed deedr dHJnd
r and nd Alton a uton nJ and nd through hei heiMentrn h hSt heStntcfl
Mentrn St nln engaged PflagP Flaherty to bring bringne
v < ne n to t set t it aside Flaherty Flahertyx
x 4IK I1IDltd ineed Gibson and Gibson then thenr thf11roor
r irwr from Mr Stenton revoking
f Hat lor II vower of attorney al
Th Hefenrtnntu f1fnl ay that alter 1 the sale salea al alIB I IIf
IB pa n dlhson OIl > lIOn got it reduction lf tlcUon of the theKI th thel
el KI i < v 4 f atxiiit SI900D but Mis Misnothing 31 31nollJinlt MtI
I q < w nothing about it t and th tht tM tMI
0 t ml ncmie to o her jj1l1On iibMontm iibMontmi t ttht tee teet9Iet
i inqieM that Astcn ten returned returnedM
M t M Mr stenlori not because bef u sh shM she sher
< M t r it try y reason lOn of the rnduo rnduoi rnduoIIJujw
i j it IIJujw t > eoAU e he waa w a decent decentlllMon
C lllMon said Id that > lr lrrnilitled fra frar
< rnilitled r tAAiirtkiog t t4 hlaa and andher sodl
1 her anything
r allege ait tint the day Ixv IxvT bOil ber
T r Oiluwn Oil wits II at thqHtentM thqHtentMrl IhHt the Mtento Mtentor tlD tlDr
r ud rl told the Ih women that he het herlfly heftoprty
t oiierty for r WOOOO W1 The Thei The1r
01 1r i r Ih he property wa sold soldu
I 4W u Jet J to U the Ih Jijooo tOOO mort mortfor mortJ menII
J 1 > for If professional aervtce aervtcel tll
m l i I il i I i oiirt nitt t he h got property propertyuhject propPrtyr
r 4 1 < 11 uhject to a mortgage mortgageti <
ti t1 1 Hie ti h prmeeds of th the mort morti
t Js i pay v nooo rmo of back tax taxei taxor
or r i ih fj ti1 II interest of Aston n and andi
i etde 141 1ee > the th expense xrn of r the thent th thto thewPOt
wPOt nt to Oil fllln the answer an anI answeri answerkites
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1 ii < i 11 rI kites llfIlhItlmony the testimony of ofvh
1 > vh h lived in the lJlblUlf titstJflflt basement < rRlfItIIf rRlfItIIft of ofthe Ofp
t p < 4 the ta eflect that Mr Mrhe Irll IrllI
he I n the Ih day of the u murdei murdeilUl
< lUl I the Ih house m til II Ilight
0 1 r < v mHr u 111 tl for lid MCinO 000 01Wb
> 44 4 I i < 4ii jf 11 < l that II kh the h referred ref rrPtI to tof
< > f Mi II i lawyer Hhe hl said that thtI
11 I Mchwi ii tet 1 Mrs Kinnan side IIldoJ aider
1 r ttkr oJ had l Iii > en fl struck III down downVr iOWflL
4 L Vr trs Kmnan Maid 1 was W Lawyer LawyerMi
I Mi I fi Kinnan cliO < before any
r 11 qo 1fflII1Q tion hr herLiUKhters hrI hrlaughtrs
I LiUKhters IIIIIM leth Mr Ira SIn 8teni
r i r rHnlt r1tngssgaint i rUnit itgalnt < ldnt Gibson and andt
t 1141 i osid Hi the Ih d dd d but she P was
1 1 d incompetent and last year yeari yearfight ar
i i fight then devrloped over overr
i r at 01 4no 4n flqf l Oil iiIn > on turned < up with withrt
La 1 4 rt 1 pv y of f a will iII of If Mrs Stanton n
T I itn to refiiftnl tllM < l pmbate to the Ih
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I ItItIIJtlTlW it i V a fttKiii rntWIITfan rntWIITfanhi tflt1IIT n T r i 1Ff 1FfIs if ifk
I hi TIM i tr the Titler 1111 Hulled cslnit cslnitthe aln1h
the h I nlttil Male Maleer ItIIJo tatrapf
apf er found Jo l by State SUti
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i j i l rWnavie H rrtavio RAYI on Friday
J OJ freight ear on the Ih New Newi ew
y i freight IChl truck at Ninety NinetynI
1 i ml n Sirth River Bernavl Bernavlt
I k t tern 1 and tilt U r rest t of th thfour 01I the
s I four Ir empty box bO car f on onntiv a arl AritIv
ntiv rl m i th 50 hope 11 of making ntaklsgrelmquUh makl makingrhnqtteh C
110 I relmquUh the th tw I tWit priaonera priaonerat I
t hH h itatol to mil for help helprMionded helpreiiondd
rMionded dll and caved eet the theWK thewf
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WK wf r All l I themselves thereaelveIM
t IM I4I I William Gregory GregoryIMI > ry
> > IMI sil II ty tnlte1 States Stat StateshtI4 I I1ki
1ki I ytry rr el elI
p t 11 I tKimled Iof sr r was pro proi
i I Sirti Sf 4eVei i eu ftIlnm U > m Meal Mealtherefore
I I > therefore I1Tt ere < vime m < under underIsrhi
1 1ahl
Isrhi ahl Talma Libelled IIbPlIftI LibelleduIkH
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> I uIkH DI 4t and 11 carl Blum for forI forofficfra
me
I < M > fl < l officers of Iheyacbt Iheyacbth Iltf r ht htto
h ounf Inr Hodolph Featetlcs Featetlcsif1 tcw
iI tr4 if1 1 H ti 11 wtfe If who ho Wl was MM MMfhh 1fl Missreefltly
II Wh fhh r recently r tJ7 aild aildin Ud4WAteti
1 WAteti 111I have brtdCht a libel
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aaei in the United HtaJ HtaJfor Mtvss
Ii 4 IIlrn for 161160 4C 69 sad ad 419 r gs gsaged >
aged H lo be due du them thenaJi thenaJinganan JflT JflTBulgarian rer
Bulgarian noMeman nn 1UI Th ThLr TIMI TIMIr I
< Pr < Lr r lisohargeil liollllf < 1 about a aI
d I f ei rh hI dlssppeoraAte dl4la of ofin ofn offlor
in n flor forms fr fran wn the tit yaeht
lmh l Herbert U will retain retainrr
rr ra until unl the return of the thewt theew1sn
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ROYAL nO AI ttLVE TttAltf TttAltfntlv IrR6CKEn IrR6CKEnLMemUre irzuczrnLOOIS2OIIV
LMemUre ntlv Jump una S dwttch ICnr 1etrattngto er nil nilntngteo 1111DelBad
ntngteo D JBod fttnktai tp tpWtuiixrmm VPWgWttto 1
Wtuiixrmm D Dol June June 4 41n In an ac accident aoI aoIoldeot sookient ¬
cident on th the Pbllidelphla division of oftb oftt 1
tb the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at t
Elratmsr Junction two mils mUll below ° her hut hereat
at t 737 ai oclock tonight th the Royal flue Blitoexpress DhlOoxprea flueexpress
express northbound from Washington WaSMntOIfor
for N New w York went through a twitch twitchw Itch Itchon
on > a Y and rolling down a deep em ernbankment
bankment th the locomotive orerturned orerturnedTho
Tho baggage car hung over the embank embankment embankment mbanktnfllL ¬
ment mentThe
tnfllLThe
The train was running at t th the rate of offifty ortUt oftlfty
fifty tUt mile an ai hour when hen It reached Elme ElnwBKro Elmere Elmemere
mere re Junction Jc < k There ibtrore an doaen d lllD of ofwltche orawltche ofswitches
switches at t that place Th engineer engbxwrfound engineerfound alMerround
found h he had left th the main northbound northlwundtruck northhoUDdtr1W1c northboundtrack
truck and wa running on a Y yo Tnplied H Hnppltod an
nppltod n pllod the brake but when th the train trainhad trainhad trainhad
had run about 3CO o foot th the locomotive locomotivestruck IoromotlI locomotivestruck
struck I nick a frog rr and WM derailed It ran ranalong nflalong
along the trackuntil tracts until an embankment embankmentwaa
was reached rea Then the locomotive rolled rolUdovw rolledom rolledor
ovw or down the Incline twentyfive fet fetand rntand fastand
and landed oh ill II aide a complete wreck wreckEngineer wltllkEoloeor wreokEngineer
Engineer Charles Smith remained at athi atWe athis
hi We poet until th tbelooomotl the locomotive started down downthe dowutho downthe
the embankment when he h jumped This Thissaved Tb1a Thissaved
saved a hi hll life IIf The fireman A J Ru Rubeach Ruboach Rubexach
beach tried to Jump Jumpt at th the earns time timebut timebut timebut
but WM caught uchl D n was Dinned t Mneath Mneaththo
tho engine Luckily he wa not near the thofirebox theIltebox thefirebox
firebox U Ut wa hurried to the honpltal honpltalIn
In an automobile automobileJ
J R Qrayton aged 3A ot PbrUdelDhla PbrUdelDhlahaggag nOadel Pbfladetphtabaggage hu huhae
baggage hae master and George Wttenbcrg Wttenbcrgof IUtteoberor
of Washington express messenger mNWD r Jlro Jlrobob were wereboth wereboth
both locked In the th baggage oar They Theywere ne1nre rheywere
were tossed about Uko chip and narrowly narrowlyescaoed nAmlwl11acaDl4 narrowlyescaned
escaoed b being lng killed by flying baggage baggageTh
The two men chopped d their way wa out of ofthe orthe ofthe
the car j with ax axThe IN easeThe INThe
The train consisted of a baggage oar oarthroo Nrthroo carthree
throo lay coaches chu two parlor oar apd apda at > d ddllIIr
a diner The passengers were Jostled Jostledpretty JOIIt1 JOIIt1prettT Jostledpretty
pretty hard but no one was Injured InjuredKnglneer InJurtdtnchlnr InjuredEngineer
Engineer Smith said after tho wreck wreckthat wrecktbat wreckthat
that th the signal II wa was clear Leroy Qnlokel Qnlokeltun
the switchman In the tower made a astatement aabtelM1lt astatement
statement to the same effect This would wouldIndicate wouldindicate wouldindicate
Indicate that the locomotive bemuse of ofit orIta ofits
it its high speed ran right through the thaswitch theIwltch theswitch
switch switchTheR IwltchTh switchThe
TheR Th I flay r Father Reamer Baltimore Baltimorewho
who ho waa on the train administered the theUt thelast
Ut rite to Fireman Rubexaoh who will willprobably willprobably 11 11probllbl I
probably die dl I
TttOLLEV CtR 4R Shin TRACK TRACKrra TlIICCrn TRICKCreases
rra Creases Road and SMewalk and nd Pint FlniMOCNT PintflIM na3OCNr
flIM Irlant catsrlFftlPt catsrlFftlPtIor >
MOCNT Ior < ruxm VKRXDM June 4A A trolley trolleycar troll trollcar
car on the Chester Hill branch of the theWestchester thllWftltcht theWestchester
Westchester Ilectrlc line did a strange ttrangestunt alranKlit strangestunt
stunt lit lint tonight tonlKhtwhf11 when II lenped the hack tiaclcson hackon
on hester Milt ran acrv KCTPM the road fifty fiftyfeet t1ftyrt fiftyfeet
feet climbed d the Ih curb and dashed i ia uto utoa
a IxKird l Ito Oou > trd fence rrn e Injuring Ave paoaenget paoaengetand peasangetsand
and pinning two men between bet the race fncaand race411d soc socand
and the oar oarThe 01The carThe
The moat seriously Injured are Walter WalteriTansen WIIrHaDNn WalterHansen
Hansen 70 O year old who wa w badly badlycrushed badlycniahed badlycriisheL
crushed and K I Wald Welrel plZf1I oJ 2 year yearold yenroki mra mraold
old Both are students at Couoordla CouoordlaCollege CoucordbColIp CoucordLaCollege
College They Th were w taken to the th Mount MountVernon 1I0llntr MountVernon
Vernon r mon lotiltal Three Th women omnHnl pas passengers peasengar ¬
sengers Hnl who were re cut by flying glass glassand auand glassanti
and suffered 1 f from frmn shock < k when they th were werethrown W119thrown werethrown
thrown to the floor were w taken to their theirlome thlrhomN theirhomes
homes lome in an n automobile Iulomobllbelore before the police policecould policecould policecould
could learn their name nameThe DamNThe namesThe
The car which wa w was running at a rapid rapidrate rapidntto rapidrate
rate wo u travelling between behr n Tuckahoo Tuckahooand
and Mount Yernon ro There I Ia a a uul curve curvenear CUrTnoar currenear
near what hat U known Im n aa a lATer Lane Lanennd Lannnd Laneand
nnd opposite the d country place calledIlonn calledIkinnie called
1 llnonie Bm Wham the curve was wasreached wach1 wa waresehed
reached ch1 the car CIIrjumpd Jumped the track tra k sod audinnrin atadrI sodns1vI
innrin rI for fo i he h sidewalk on which the itu itutents tu tulentu tuI
tents I nl wet WI > walking llIlnll Defore they could couldget gouldJtt couldget
get ou ot the th way y they were knocked knockedneamut IInOlItPdarlllnt knockedagainst
neamut the free Welrel Wet wa Will thrown thrownto
to the right of the car and hansen wa wapinned Willpln1 waspinned
pinned between t n A pot and the fender fenderTho feDderTho fenderThe
Tho ear had to be jacked Jack up UI before he hecould b bcould hecould
could be removed He 11 waa wa unconscious unconsciousand
and it was all thought he would not live livebut 1Itbut lirebut
but at the th hospital later r it wa said that thathe thathe thatbe
he would rr oOOVft over H Is suffering from fromInternal rrtmInternal frominternal
Internal Injuries John nothll low the motor motorman mowrmilD motortaco
man stuck to his hi post and made a vain vaineffort valalrort vainelTon
effort to stop the momentum of the car carby 8rhr carby
by Jamming < on th the r brake Conductor Conductorfepew Conductorflapew onltuctorne
fepew ne w who wa u collecting fare I was wasknocked wallknoeW wasknocked
knocked off yrrbla fThi 111 feet fl when hm the thCIIIM crash came cameIlls milleiliA cameliii
Ills injuries are re slight slightNearly slightXntiy lIl1htSfnr
Nearly Sfnr every pane of gass 11 in the car carwo carwas r I Iwu
wo smashed and the th truck were w torn tornoff tornoil
off While waiting for forth the wrecking wft wre lln king wagon wagonof
of the company com pear several 1ra1 automobiles came camealone camealong i iIon
alone Ion aO nd the th occupant assisted IaW police policemen policemll1 policemen ¬
men and trolley employee pI97 In raising raisingthe
the Mr so that lunicu could he released
I MORK MpXEV tfJFIiJn FOR RR tlREMES tlREMESRaise IREVIXt
1 t Raise n In TToge Ir for 17OOO Men m en enFart enIertfflfle
1rtnble Fart nine Western trm Read fUadCiticaoo ReadCIIJCtOO ReadsCtticioo
I
Citicaoo June 4 The 27000 27O member memberof m mra mraor
of tho Brotherhood of I ooomotlve Firemen Firemenand oirt FiremenV > mn mnaDd
I
V and Bnginemen today gained important importantincrease ImportantInerNln importantinert4ees
increase InerNln In wage waglllmoWlt1nc amounting to hundred hundredof
of thousands of dollars yearly by the thedecision th thdciAlon thedecialon
decision of th the arbjttation committee committeewhich oommlUhlch committeewhich
which ha has rxen deliberating In Chicago ChicagoThe
The committee ornnlned under the theterm th tht1ITA theterms
term of the th Krdman act prevented a astrike atnk astrike
strike tnk by taking up the hft problem Both Bothldr Both1I1t1 Rothiihtns
1I1t1 iihtns ldr are pledged to accept it its findings findingsFiremen IIndinjpljrmo findingsFiremen
Firemen on main and branch passenger paisengerservice rlAncpr10It passengerperric
service 10It get an n Incmne of IS 1 cents ren a hun hundred hllodnJ hundrid ¬
dred miles rnil The men bad demanded demanded7S d
7S 5 cent Firemen In irregular freight freightand fl fretghtand bt btaud
and mixed mil service ryle got an increase of 14 14cent 1 1OOn iScents
cent OOn a hundred miles mil on oil engines enginesnnd enginesand nltin nltinid
and id 30 cents cpn on coal engine fnlt lH They asked askedor ukedlor askedfor
for or W t 0 cent Firemen m n In local or way wayfreight WIlYf wayfreight
freight f htht service rTl1It get an n increase of 21 3 cents renuI NntJIIII
I III a hundred hund mile Firemen mn on o the th Mallet MalletI Mallettype fllt flltI
I I type of f locomotive 1OoUY get g t II tl 4 a hundred < l mile mileFiremen mi milesFiremen
tyP Firemen Firt > m1 on o yard ya service rl get Itt an anof Incrnruwi Incrnruwiof InM1 InM1II
of Zl cents Q Hostlers lOtra and other clause clauseI cl cia ciaof
I II of employee get an increase 1 of K 3 cents Cnl Cnl1le centsThe
I The 1le increases luc I are ar retroactive rttrolI dating datingi dtlne dtlneI datingback
i back bck to the beginning tllnln of the th ye yr r The Thei TbeMmboora Themembers
i member of the th commission commlalon are a William Williami Wii WilljanLsi
i Lmt Chamber Cmra Washington Wahlnlon umpire umpireW uUIli uUIlin unipireW
W R n Scott IU vicepresident yjospiidentofthe5uthn yjospiidentofthe5uthnPacific of the th Southern SouthernPacific Huthem Huthemlclc
Pacific Railroad ltllr l and Timothy She Shepresident Hbl Sheapresident
president lclc of the th brotherhood brothtrllo Forty Fortynine Yor Fortynine
decision delo nine Western W tm roads I are affected lre by the thedecision tbedelo thedecIsion
H tKKR J lROWLIn lROWLInPolice lnOInr lnOInrPalcP
Police PalcP rmmlMlaner rail rl lne lnnllrlPly lnnllrlPlyal Latapecirdly Latapecirdlyat i eclrrtly eclrrtlyal
al Wilt t hits UII 4trrrt < t Ntatlan NtatlanLieut WlatlnLIeut tlleaI
I Lieut 111 Fennell tlnl Of the t West Wet Fortysev Fortyseveoth
nth street police poll station tto having hInC finished finishedrecording Rn iniaedrecording t
I recording rfrlnR a case of assault ult about abolt mid midnight midnllbt midnight ¬
night nllbt last nigbtlooked nllbtokPd up to see seewbo who ho hoI wo wothe w wthe
the man who had h drifted dle in with wih the thepolicemen theplCtn thepoilcemen
I policemen plCtn and nd the t prisoner and nd had ha stood stoodIdly t tooikilt
Idly kl by b II He e recOgnized rpl1 Police Polt CotnruU Cmla Cmlalolr Commisstoner
stoner lolr Baker BakerThe ker kerTh
The Th Commissioner qmmilfr wa was pleasant pnt but butsilent bt btIUffIt butsilent
IUffIt silent He Ie didnt say anything but butmerely butmerely
merely mlmy signed 111 the lh blotter hllllr according aCrinl to tocustom tocultonl tocistOfll
custom cultonl Capt apt Fennellr Fnnlr of the precinct precinctwa pfnd pfndon
wa on patrol Hitrnl ltrol The 1 t ommlssioner nmmllonpr de dedined re reI dodined
dined oln an offer or lo show ha him 11m through the thestation I Ittlon fitsstation
I station ttlon bows h and Mid Mi hed chanced to tobo tohe
bo h passing lnl and nd had ha Just dropped dropl clC in inHe InI inHe
I come comeSeveral rnf He I wtay wentawwy went away as 5 unobtrusively uno 4 4Several IIkeI1lM aahrnatl aahrnatlcome aa4ar had hadcase
Several nral raids rald on gambling pbln house houl h havI have havelately ve velately
lately been bn made mae In the tb pseomct pseomctPrill PPlct PPlctVt pecmnctPnita < <
Prill Vt KrtMer Ifr krftIairTFritz HH HHFritz R
Fritz tri Krtisler iJr te tbe Anttriin Ala vloljntst vloljntstwho vjlttbo vioitat vioitatwho
who bo ho h has been In this di lury COMB try stav sii Octo October Octoher l ¬
her br Miled Mil yeferd y yesterday t jr on the tl Amenka Amerikatie r ka j I
H H tie h l baA < i4 4HfM 4 More horsThsn 1n Hun Mventy I Vt t1 drmcarts drmcartsslits
I slits hi hi liii am arrival her h H J He wilt wi remain remainin > 1
in Europe II next It year Nr and w return mumfi hem the theroUowiM thefoilawl I
roUowiM fi g reason I under the 1 management managementof
1 of the t WeMttta W Burxiu B tiNas
ISNOOT SNOOT DEPEHDS DEPENDSQRMONISM DEPENDSQRMONISMmi MORMONISM MQBMONISMTHK
THK JIE SKXATOK ClJAUlIOXS IT ITAT ITI ITtr
I AT OnOOKLISK DnOOHLXl U451 U451Mpeaka II45peaki 1 1pb
Mpeaka pb to t Thursday TDY Club eDb and D Trite Ttll of ofIk o ofthe
Ik lb the Ethical EUlil and a toelal h Pewrr p at t the theRrtlglMrelUwen tb tbRtAFIw theRetlglasIllwris
RrtlglMrelUwen RtAFIw latrmrlr Pa PsetristieWants Patrletlenanti
trletlenanti It I Datttr Dte Unown UnownBetow 10wn 10wnItOIJUeTbe ithowtIBc1siott
Betow ItOIJUeTbe June JunetThe The Hon Heed RHlot RHlotor Smoot Smootot
ot Utah to whom objection objeion were we raised raitedwhen raa raisedwhen
when he tried tre to t take hi his teat et In the theUnited theVoUed theVnlted
United State Stalo Senate Ste because bau of hi bi his re religion r religion ¬
ligion UI delivered dUt an n address ad on Mor Morraonltm 30r 30rmom Mormonlsm
raonltm mom at the residence de of Henrr HenrrHoward If I017Howard
Howard Ba in Brookline Drkl tonight lont Mr MrHoward Ir IrRoa MrIlowani
Howard he a amember am amember
Roa t 1 not n a Mormon lfron but is
member m of th lbs Thursday u7 Evening Ee Club Clubof Cub Cubor
of Brookline Brk1 and a It wa to this organi organisation orlanlon organilation ¬
sation on that tt Senator St Smoot Smot spoke tpokeTh spokeThe pok
Th The Senator stor paid a that tht th the religion Ulon had hadbeen h hb hadbeen
been mlrpreentd It believer vili vilified viiifled ¬
b mlpfnl I 11 11
fled fe but In spite plt ple ot all It I bad ba grown 11 with withleap wlb wlbINp withleaps
leap INp and a bound bu He U gave In detail deaJl the thehlatory thehlot thehistory
history hlot of Monnontam 30roDI read r the I Article Articleof Arllelat ArticlesOil
of Faith of the church chuhDd churchand and Mid he would woulddlacua wouk woulddiscuss
discuss dl th the subject ubJe a I a religion rfllon on onethical a attblC anethical
aid ethical ttblC force foc and nd a octal oal power per He Heaid le leaJd liesaid
aidMorraonlim Morraonlim loronm w I a religion rlon JMcph JMcphSmith J JscpbSmith epb epbSmlb
Smith Smlb wa assured u that tht Jesus Jel Christ Chriattill Cbrt Christstill
till 11 live bn a u a developed Inlop man all al merci merciful m maid maidful r ¬
ful and the controller te collroUer of thedeatlnle the dNt1N destinies of ofman orm ofnan
man m This Tbl 1 is the fundamental fultal principle principleof prDClple prDClpleor
of MormonUm 10raDm It holds that Oo led and andJeaua a endJesus
Jesus IN Christ Crt btb both live 111 lit aa distinct dlatlndanaey P per persOnagss r ronage
onage anaey and n that man In hi bi his power per and auddltlne a anddivine
divine dlyDe light Ilt I is destined dMtne to evolve 101 Into Intogreater a agreater
greater 11 soul lul with Intelligence latelc and n power powerupreme powerUPr powersupreme
supreme UPr and n that th the Immortality of th thtoul the tbeloul thesoul
soul I II a fact rat a fact rAt to the extent utOt that tbatevery thatent thatevery
every ent man ma retain rtaD hi hlidentlr his Identity and a that thatbe Ihatbe thatbe
be ever remain rlna a personage peraonageMonnonltm praODCl praODCl10rom personageMormoulsm
Monnonltm 10rom holds holl that tht the race rac 1 la to tobnaaved toaaave toboasted
boasted aaave No Sooeistobdl Nocneistobedaznnwt one to be damned Light Lightla Udatll
la coming cm into the world In many my man ways waysand WA WAa waysand
ll and a through throu many my channel el for light lightand Icht Ichtlwlfo Lightend
and knowledge lwlfo are denied deed to no one oiwPhilosophy OM11U0lh1 onePhilosophy
11U0lh1 Philosophy will wi train tr man m to reason ID and andreligion a andreligion
religion rtlllloO will wllle give man m power pwrr to save taveTho saveThe
The Mormon Ioo people Ppl believe b1 that tht the thebody Ie Ieb thehotly
body b and ad soul II are both bth divine and In Intime intime
time will wl h h be pullN purified by brlntICO Intelligence The TheMormon Tbefonon Theiormon
Mormon fonon Church Cuh for this reason f has hasalway b hasalways
always alwa fettered roter education euction and a favored favoredthe raortd raortde
the e very beet bt school aol systems y tem teml thatcan tht b bfound b be befound
found in th the world wold
At thi th this point pit th the speaker ker spoke pke ot otMorroonlam otMorrnonlam f f1I0nolm
Morroonlam 1I0nolm from rrm an ethical tcl viewpoint viewpointHere YewDt viewpointHere
I Here I Ia the problem here I h Is the thethought te tethoudt thethought
I Ire
There Thereare
thought thoudt of Monnooism Manol ethically
are re two power contending cotendoc for the soul soulof lul lulor soulof
of man and man standa Und free to choose ohoowbefweeu choosebeiween
mn o
m a a
the theredemption therempllou theredemption
befweeu bI them After choosing ehoolllt right rlht
redemption rempllou of his h soul come cM from hi hiown hion hitwO
own on hard ln toil tol for fo a as Faust rlt pointed ptN out outhis outhl outhis
his hl soul lul cannot coot t le redeemed ree except exceptthrough eCpt eCptthrousb aceptthrough
through work wok with Ith a faith rath sublime aulle in the thuhigher tb thehigher
higher blher law lw of God Oo Ethically Etholr peaking speakingthen peakingthen kne knethn
that child la ladivine isdivine
then Mormoniura 30roiN My IYI tht every chd I
divine dldn endowed with Ith divine dvi power to tobecoro tohme tobecome
become hme eoe the master mle of himself hhlalr pN and the theIntelligent th thIntelpn theintelligent
Intelligent interpreter o of Gods a law lawHe bwale lawslie
Intelpn IDtlrrttr Go
He le become b hU bi hi own redeemer rmr he work workout work worksout
out hi his own salvation aallo but thin thll is accord accordIng accordtag cr
tag to law the religious Uioll Uw lwa lawand and obedl obedleno obl obltno obedien
eno tno en I to this W law I with the Ihl freedom rfom of ofhU orhi ofbbs
hU hi own soul lulll give him liberty lhrty for obedi obedience ob obedicoca ¬
coca pnO to law is liberty libertyAnd lhry lhryADd libertyAnd
And this take u II its Into Mormoniiun MormoniiunKocially Morpioniiunsocially lorJnl
socially alT When a man become bmM a Mormon Mormonhe Iormn Iormnhe
he t Ia given YM the priesthood te prlelhlf if h he hu earned earnedit Hf
it I by good 11 living 1In Mormonlam Moronl U i not a aSunday a8unay aSunday
Sunday 8unay religion rlidn but it makes m every ey day daya
a Sabbath Sbbth day iay and everything pnrln that U Uto I Iato
to bo b done dne by man mn I la sacred SACrWIdIy IT done by byvirtue byIrtu byvirtue
anlT
virtue Irtu of the priesthood prlNlho he bold hol Were WereMormonlam ViereMormonismtotkaehohiofthe
Mormonlam Mormonismtotkaehohiofthe lrmonlam totkaehold to tl bol of the aaJ social con condition c conditiani ¬ I
dition dlton In I Boaton Ilno New lew York Liverpool LiverpoolDerlln UYfOfpl UYfOfplIln UvrrpoolBerlin
Berlin Iln or o orParis Part ParilU It would not send Id minister ministerof milt miltor
of the Ih goiel to merely rrfh preach them the thawon thoord theword
won word ord of lollo God 00 hut hit it would oul also 1 teach tNh them thema themI
I Ln a th the material ml < I1 affairs aaln o life lifeEverr 1f 1ftf lifeEterT
Everr tf Mormon IIrlln t 15 taught 1hn n work wok and to toregard toIja1 toregent
regard Ija1 wltennw dn 1 as 1 sin He 11 I h is encour encouraged rnrr rnrrIl endOuraged ¬
aged to live and not nl to hate He 1 I II ml mlnonished a sitmoniahod
Il I ni <
nonished mon ho to Iie I iir n I ihaato b and a virtuous ylrtuol virtuouslife j j
life Uf a as an al almolur lllu prerpquialte to the Ihl en enoyment enJoyment 1
oyment oymll t of the blessings Mlnl of HU Wi Ku religion religionn Halo Haloracln
in n fact racln no organization nrKsnltln nets 1 a higher hllhr value valueon Ylu
on virtue and Ind hastily lolit than doe w the th Mor Mormon lia Miirmon ¬
Church visits retribution retributionon
mon Clrl nor lita surer relributl
ion on vice and immorality immoralitypeofjle immnlty immnltyI immoralityt
t peofjle I ° U that believe L1 the th Constitution Constitutionof Colmullon Colmullonof
of the th United Lnltf f States Htt to Iw an a inspired inaplr In Instrument inIrul inatruinent ¬
I strument Irul nt A I people ppl renowned rof for their theircommercial thlrQmmrll theirqtimntervlal
commercial Qmmrll honesty a I people opl whose wh In Iniliwtry I iniiustry
iliwtry U pmrerhlal a 1011 v < eopl ° p1 who are arei artION areiflod
i Hod ION IOt7 fearine fr and liberty Itrty lovinc lvlnl a people peoplewho Iple Iplehn proplewho
who hn at any time ml necessity required rlull would wouldgive wouldgive oul
give their thlir lives Ih in deforce lf of our country countrycannot cntr ccsuttrycnnot
cannot Ih nnt beadllovalorwlcked ladbl1 headisleyaierwtckedpeopl orlclpl > eopl God Godhasten Codhasten 1 1hlt
hasten hlt th tl the day when the th Mormon onon piop piopwill r ° rle rlewl r1 r1will
will wl be b known knw a as they ty are a ADd not a as they thnyare Ibyre
are re mid MI to be
HALTS lT DUAL nr IfTl IrTII KM 1l1LIa 1l1LIaeMr flIILVU4n flIILVU4nCenri LIKUD LIKUDCMirt
CMirt eMr rentlnnni r tino injunction huntS the theflanl thenean thefloard
flanl nean of lUtlmste lUtlmsteSupreme IUmalt IUmaltRp EatiwatSupreme
Supreme Rp mft Court Curt Justice JUIUO Whitney WblmP de decided d dcle docided ¬
cided cle yesterday yt ray that tbt the th temporary temporaryinjunction lmprary lmpraryiJuollon temporaryinjuflotion
injunction iJuollon obtained ollln by Abraham brham Brody BrodyIn ry ryIn
In a taxpayer tlpyr suit to t restrain ttraln the lhl Board IDln mooedof Boardof
of Eatimate tmt from rrm carrying carinc out Iut a contract contractwith cootrac contractwith
with wth the te long IAU < Iilanl 1t Railroad 111 by y which whichthe whichihe hlh hlhthe
the railroad rair w wi to t have ha th the easement easementof m nt
of a strip Irp of oflanti land 11 under unclerwhlth which the thlt city had hadlaid ha hadLiLt
laid li a six au I foot rot water tr main in return tum for forthe rorlhe forthe
the privilege prYil1 of using uac certain Crtn Und ld owned ownedby OtP
by 11 the t railroad ralrod company cmpany moat In I con continued on onUnlN eontinurd ¬
tinued tinuedThe UnlN UnlN1p tinurdIhe
The 1p Court ruled nil that tha bv hl the t statute ttatutunder statuteunder ltut
under undr which the t Board of K fUmalf Umate acted actedland allldi actedlands
i land land may mr be L subject to an awinent awinentfor amentfor lnl lnlror
for the improvement ImroYm nt of lf f the Ih facilities farilltieand fllit facilitiesand
and the th public publc service riO of railroad ralrdl here heretofore h heretofore ¬
tofore located ltM thereon tPrl but Ul thereon thereonis tfn tfnla
is not Dt equal lal to adjacent to tl and nlt over overa
a large Ige part of o the land IdA pro > o ed to he hesubject h beaubject I
subject to t easement mfnl the Ih railroad raioad ha h not notbeen no non notbeen
I been n heretofore hrrlnrOr located locatedIt JtlfCI JtlfCII
It I wa also 41 point plnt1 pointed out olt that thllh the proponed proponedcontract prPO prPOMntract prpomedcontract
contract could Muk not be made ma without withoutpermlwlon withoutpervukiion ihout ihoutrmllon
permlwlon rmllon from the th Sinking Fund Com CommMon Cornmiesion om1 om1m
mMon mMonIllar m miesionI ilonIIIU
IIIU I Dial Isnt nt iMitn n la I the I III Granite Granitej
j I Maxim 1rum CITT June Jun I 4 It I wa w officially officiallyannounced omdal1 omciaflyannoitnccd
announced nntCt today that 111 President Diaz Diazwould fia fiawould 1iazwould
I would not l II he > e able to attend the Ihe formal formnlopening Innnli InnnliDlfnnll formalopening
opening Dlfnnll of the Ih new International InlrmaUnnal railroad railroadbridge rairold railroadbridge I Ibrdf
bridge brdf across aro the tb Rio Rn CranfCnnlnlt CranfCnnlnltIrowlvl Granite ramieconnecting ramieconnectingBrownsville ccnnectlng ccnnectlngH
Brownsville Irowlvl H and a MaUtnoras Matjznoraa ra nor on n July uly n nItabols nIlbl n nIhzbolaituttrr
Itabols Ilbl Ihzbolaituttrr IhzbolaituttrrTmstew nutter nutterTUIHTTOWX nunr nunrTUMrni
TUIHTTOWX TUMrni Jun 4 In ril Il rUrnaba rUrnabaFptM itireabaEpstoti ulu ulurplfI1
FptM rplfI1 Epstoti t il Church lUfh IrvlBdenonlliHlxra IrvlBdenonlliHlxraUl I 101 oonI
Ul 1bI Miss llrlxknh llutler IUtr daughter dauhr of Mrs MrsJonert MrsJoer II
Jonert I Ituller ul r was married mrt this tla < fer sfternoon fernoon If
noon non to Dr Eugene tUCn I Iluhol > U > K > I of New s ew lark larkehr sorkeky ott ottelr
ehr elr A HtieoUl AItl train tr1 brought broUbt cuesta 1 from fromth fron fnthe
th 11 the city Illr Ml Miss 1 Butter Hulr was u given Iyn In mar marrisce mr mrr1 mirriaie
risce r1 hr her htr brother J Wood WI flutter RutlerMU RUIr flutterIIe
MU 11 IIe arollnn rln Hutter HUU r wa was maid ml of honor honorThe hono honorThe
The hrklemald > w were t re Miss I Kit 11 Eatber her Butter ButterMb Ihllr Ihllrah flutterMite
Mb Mite Harsh ah Mllllcanof 111n 01 Saratoga tralo MIS > ii 1 Mil Mudret I i idret I Idr1
dret l Illbol Ihibots iilx > t of New ew York ot ant aD Nll flss I l louise louiseinsru > iibie iibieKnsnoropleiuburc IM i I I
Knsnoropleiuburc KnsnoropleiuburcUtu Knl insru or iJgleutaburc iJgleutaburcMiss Ibn
Miss 11 Dorolhr 1o1r C and Miss 1 Mitten le1 Dibol DibolrotuliM flb 1iboiaroustits
rotuliM otll of the lb brldecrooni brrm were er Rawer RawerFlrl ler lerflrI flowergirls
girls Tk ne u I usher b r were we ff Dr iuurrrntir 10nmur 10nmurbI taoulrmrhelps iuurrrntirhelp
Flrl flrI help bI Dr Homer Ihmrr Swift I I Dr fr AlcisnderHteTrfm Aun Alcisnder 4llsndtrl4tvsn r rti
HteTrfm ti Fiord ord DuboU PIbl and nd DeUltrld nt1 liubuls liubulsof 1b
of ff New s ew York ok sud n Dr ieorie 0 Draper Orlr of ofIhliatleliiliU otIhlltt ofIhlLdebdufa I
IhliatleliiliU Ihlltt The T bride br gifts Iff lo her herItrniUcit her11tIIn hertten4Dta
11tIIn ItrniUcit were rf smrthrst mybrc and larl > esrl rl pea peaciinln n ndnll
II
ciinln an anul nil < l the Ih liriileiroom brrm 111 gtfIi lfl lo II Ibe Ibeuiher lb Ij j I
ushers ut were er r amirlhrst Ihw t rollowlnc rollowlncthe tollln tolllnIhe I
the lb wedillnc llnl llire I wa was a revepikm rrl1 at I the I theborne I Iboron I
I boron boml ot Jt il > hrUles brll mother Mrs n 0 flutter Hul
Ilr Irvine I flltr flltrmntiK lIST lISTttnnng I
mntiK thee t who wln ltende tnd > l were n Ml MlHelenimihl MIIlelnlimikl 1 >
Helenimihl Mr MwlsiouWMr Mr 1 fleorn nfr lorvI i
i hMilr Mr t and l Mr rr J J henry I While Whilenn l hU hUI hitPlows I t
nn Plows Kulr M Mrs i II I MatthlewHi Mr suit t l Mrs Mrsortund Mrortiand lr lrlorlL
I ortund Smith Vli Miss i Hmtlb Mrs rr tenrr
mlh tifC
lorlL I 1111 Msiis IIIhl Mr 4ra tf V Lsiin Iln Laiun n Hull ul Mr MrsK f
K H HMr Mtlrsy y Mr 11 Reginald fIMI II I Jiftray Jiftrayes JftrsyMrs
Mr Mrs lll F I 8I Sutyles es Mrs la John D ArrhbnW ArrhbnWU A th 1
Mr r lenrY lenrYveil 1 r t U 1 Mack II Mr Ir aid Mr 11 R ito itoeIi s sMr I
veil eIi 1 hfeel IllI Ir IrMr Mr r and Mrs K F H Kail KailTrevor KII KalloMr
Mr sod 1 Mrthe M Mr Trevor frpor e Hill HIl Mr 4ra rA Themes Themesliit rhonwtsMar n nKI
KI liit the Iii I i 1 Mar I Mr M 1 H Duhots DuhotsU Dh I
Mi U brook lok M > Marcsre re Utihoto I Ill Mf 1110 1110I s sb
b Mr M sd Mrs Ksher h Wood H Si Sitoiirm
ll toiirm llf Mis MlWrett llnt HnyktiM K I Mra MraI I
I slier arenas Mr r H I W SacteM SacteMMrs H wi H HMrs
Mrs r harle a rl Mdhoa Mh Mrs ra David nl Muller Rutlersad It Mullersad te
sad Mia J LaMMg LaMMgK C Cr
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11UEnl sflSTERI or A I IMAGO irivo irivoMan 80 80a RINOMen
Man a Who NaM a Weman ean Stole HlelUlr It llrart In InCourt tnCot inCoizatTitat
Court Cot CoizatTitat Tbat t the li Real Owner Onlal Onlalrhur Ha fai It ItArthur ItArthur
Arthur rhur Murphy lurhT M 5 yeaWold YMrhl who say sayh Nyahe saysbe
h he la I a reid r estate lle dealer df living lYnl at t 1037 1037College t0 1037College
College Colt avenue afou The Bronx lrnl was Intro Introduced Introduc introduced ¬
duced duc on May 3yl 11 to t Miss 1 Edith EUtb Hamilton Hamiltonmilliner UIIUInU UIIUInUa Ilatulitnua
a milliner mlier at er r home homl tM a West IJlth IJlthtreet I 13tlimreetwhithrr th th1t
1t mreetwhithrr treet whither wbth he b had h hedgonewithatrlentt hedgonewithatrlenttMiss gone < n with Ith a arell arell31A friefld friefldMlM
Miss 31A hamilton Ualton had h other ollrr callers anil ali the thewbolu howhole I
whole wbll party pay went to t a restaurant tart at atBroadway atiirotway t tBroadw
Broadway Broadw and nd IMth 13lh street for supper supperPre IUPp supperPreeonily I
Pre PtuIYIIDId Preeonily eutly somebody wanted to tl look lok at ata ata t ta
a Ii 71 3 diamond ring rln of o dragons dacon head headjdesign hea headdesign i idNln
design dNln which Murphy olurhr wa w wearing wearingMurphy wearingMurphy I
Murphy removed vllt It for better bte Inspection InspectionH Inlpeon InlpeonHt
H Ht has b not seen n It since tnc tune he say sayThe N sayThe
The Thl other ote day dy Murphy had b Miss 11 Hamil Hamilton Dal ¬ I
ton arrested ntr charged elre with wih stealing Ienl the thering thering
The worried Mia Hamilton HamiltonDO I
ring rn Te charge chle orle l lamtoa
DO 1 that tt ah she he bad ha to go 1 to Bellevue DeUeye Hospital Hospitalaa Iolpltal Iolpltalpatent
aa a patient patent in the th prison prln ward wardThn war warThe ad
The Tbl physician Jhlr notified notOat Magistrate Magistratenrrman Mltrate MltrateHean Magistrateflanman
nrrman Hean when he tool tJ < up the cas Ca in the thesVest j
Wet Hide court yeterday terdy that tt they will willhave 1 I Ihave I
have he to detain deio her for flr a couple of days daysalthough ri I Ialthough
although altulb she wa u 11 in n court cou courtMiss I IMis
Miss 1 Hamilton UmltD ae was represented rrMte by bythro byth bythree
three th lawyers lwye When Whl Murphy Iurhy declared declaredtliat dlardtht declaredthat
that th the ring had bd been stolen a fourth fourthlawyer fourtblayr fourthlawyer
lawyer pushed Pl1at t1 forward fortt and eitIairao1 eitIairao1It ndam1
It was w not nt stolen atle Then Tbln to Magistrate Magistratellenrnan i iHerman
Herman Uet I am here in I the interest Intrt of ofhumanity orhumnty ofhumanity
humanity humnty and justice JuUt ThU woman womanlooking worn Omll azi azilooking
looking at t Miss an laltdd Hamilton hLami1tnmVd not nt stealth It1 It1tbe steal teal1the
th the ring I do d not know kD her hP neither nether do doI d
I know kow r the complainant compllt I am sent at her herby brebr herobytherightulowntroY
te
by bytherightulowntroY th the rightful rhtul owner own oT the thoring ring rna She ha hait b baait
it It 8h He She taut h just Jut returned red frsm rremUVt rate New NewUavon NewRaven
Raven UVt and learning IMln that tht this tW woman wom I Ibeing IbDI Is Isbeing
being bDI prosecuted proll asked le me tn t appear appearU apesrIlewouid
U Ilewouid would not nt notreveal reveal reYe hi bl client cet identity sidentitynor i Idmtltrnr identitynor
nor nr would he promise to Insure Inar her ap appearano appance appearane
pearano In court rurt but he promised to tobring t tobring
pance bring binlD In the tb ring ringAfter ringAfter ID IDAt
After At the th stranger had b whispered wbpet the thename thone thename
name ne oTylr Taylor to t Murphy 3uby th t the latter lattertold ltP Lattertold
told tld Magistrate Herrtnon le that tt he was waawilling w wmlnl waswilling
willing mlnl Iactrat to withdraw withdAw lb the charge cc against againstMiss aDt aDtI againstMiss
Miss I Hamilton HamiltonThe laltoD laltoDThe
The lawyer laWTt pleaded plae with the thl Marls Marlstrain YKe YKette Maglatrate
train tte for Miss Hamilton laUto discharge dco but butInasmuch butInasmuch ut utIMlmuch
Inasmuch s 5s the Magsitratn Mcatra had h seen seenneither venneither a anlhe
neither nlhe the ring nor nr the woman woma now nowholding I nowholding
holding boldiDI it be adjourned doJrnt the hearing benc until untiltomorrow untl untlto untiltomorrow
tomorrow to mor morning morningJtSTICES morningJfSTICES
mor morJrUlcc
JtSTICES 31Kir IV 1 4MMV1 4MMV1Initial un 4Lfl4EInitial J JInlUal
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Initial Annual Conereoce Canrrru riMnl 1d tilth tiltha h
a Uanqiiel Uaupt and ad Itereplten IterepltenALnixr Uplon UplonALn itereptlonAnnhNr
ALnixr ALn June Jue I iThe The Justices JutO of the theSupreme theSupmt theSupreme
Supreme Supmt Court of the th nine judicial Judlcal dis districts t diiticti ¬
tricts to of the 1 State Stt who ho came cam bore bo for the thepurpose th thpurl thepurpose
purpose purl of inaugurating inalcurUnlt annual eon oonfertnocs on onrrno eonference
fertnocs rrno spent nt t busy IY day Many of ofthrn orm oflii
thrn lii m met t other ote for the tl first fnt time t though thoughy thoUb thoUbat
at the y have ha been bn on the tie bench bneb for year yearand yt ytad yearand
and ad this thl the th Initial ltl annual conference conferencewas cnf nC
was w confined cnfed entirely to the tf social III end endTbw fnd fndpriYIt endTb
Tbw Tb privileges priYIt of ff the th Fort Orange Oralli Club Clubwent Clubr ClubweT
went r extended ntf td the I Justices JllltlOI during durn their theirstay thtlrtay theIrstay
stay and a this at aftn afteri ten eon on at t the t Executive ExecutiveMansion flluIV flluIVMlon JxecutivMansion
Mansion Mlon they attended attlll the reception r tln of ofOov orOIV ofGot
Got OIV and Mrs lra hughes lulh In honor hOlnr of Justice JusticeHarlan Juietireharlan
Harlan lalan a of the lnlt loit1 < l States itt taIe Supreme SupremeCourt SUI SupremeCourt m mcurt
Court curt and a Mrs 111I Harlan HarlanThe Halan HalanThe harLanThe
The Justices JutO concluded tin tt social Ilal tniir tniirtesleatonigbtwltli nOlr nOlrtnl onuirteal
teal tesleatonigbtwltli tnitbt tonlght with oncuf ltl a banquet b bax nt tint at the th Hotel HotelTen I lintelTen ot I ITta
Ten Tta Eyck which was 0 attended tII1 also al by bytheir bytheir yl yltlr
their tlr wives wlv Plate Plt wer w laid ld for eIghty rlbty rlbtyand eIghtyand i iand
and the guests jutt of hortor for were wf Justice JusticeHarlan JOIIL JOIILIal JusticeIlarlan
Harlan Ial Guy Ov hughes who wax A invited inviteda Ilvf I Iu
a u a confirmed onarnl1 Supreme HUlffmo Court JiiMlce JiiMlceand JI Juictiecand IIO
and the t Judges Jldlt1 of the Ulolt Court of Appeal AppealNo AIJal AppealsNo I
No 0 Justice JutO wa WA permitted rlmlUf t t to nit lit at the theanxi th thaaul thesaute
saute aaul table tle with wtl hi his wife Justice JIAtO Peter PeterI I
I I B < McLennan lcLnn of Syracuse yr presided > at atthe atthe t ttt
the tt dinner 1Mr preceding which hle wan a re reception I reocption ¬
ception Optlo when Justices JUIIUO Foot fOI of Koehet4r Koehet4rHendrick loOr loOrUrudrek htochioterhendrick j
Hendrick Urudrek of Manhattan a htwl and a MarotM lan of ofBuffalo orUuaalo ofhluSTalo
Buffalo acted act as a reo lpon recrption > ption oomraitty oomraittyuncntsFnnoirn oommitte oommitteMn
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uncntsFnnoirn Mn RCI1Wnmr1 tnts iiii in tflROtI tflROtIlaketi no noTaken ROI >
Taken III I nilh lneumenla lfmela Immediately Immeillstelrn
c en n lib lb Arrhal la l Indo london londonRobert tmtoo tmtooHolier
Holier R > t Maxwell laII Chesebrough Chrnih whadied whadiedfpsterday who h ilied iliedCsterday I
fpsterday ll lay ill II l London > nilon was 1 the t otile 11 l nn sonofftobert nnof n norRo
of Robert orRo Chenebrwigh C llh of f M Fast Kurty Kurtyninthtieet rurl rurlninth raurtyninthatiret
ninthtieet ninth UI Hewasltomlnhl lkwashominthiscltyforty lkwashominthiscltyfortyfive city forty1 forty1lv 1 i
f five lv years Nra ago 10 and an WA Wol Krit graulustei > lul I from ruin i ilurvunl I IIlarrarti
lurvunl Ilr1 Univeritr For or some m Vests VI be b h I Ihail Iwih Jbail
hail resided with wih hi I his wife in Orange Ora rang I and 11 I IpaMM i imsecii I
paMM rI msecii < d his hi winter ll m I the II South olIb Much Muchof olu
of hi fits time I WM iciil It abroad Ir lln I 11 was wasnever a apr I
never rolHMt rolHMtHe rohlt pr in busuinN bllm us tl hi hM health hmlh was wa ncter ncterrolHMt 111r 111rrohlt Iieerroh4lat I
He U was a brothei broth nf ff W V H Che i Ithmtlltl heseIroutgh heseIroutghof liroiigh liroiighof
of M East Fortyninth street tr Kreileilek KreileilekW trI It bk bkv
W v Che Cbhrah Chesebrough ebrough of 57 7 Wt Mftyeighth Mftyeighthstreet t rtYlihtb rtYlihtbtrft
street trft and ant of f Mi obi Howard ar Itavim 11 it itMlilbrook f fMillbrook flUhrok
Millbrook lUhrok N Y H I t Chv lnood tkts4rouab HrvuKh is isat I usat
at t his hi cuuntry rutl countr home in a Xlillhrx XlillhrxMr MdilaroaulcMr lilro
Mr Chesebrough Chrulb who sstli ilei fot Ixm Ixmdon Iundnn i4mdon
don three tbrP wr weeks lk k ago 11a won taken III I with withpneumonia withpfmonl4 withpneumonia
pneumonia pfmonl4 immedittely Immti1If nfler IU hk < Arrival ArrivalHis arhll arhllii arrivalHis
His ii wife t Mr Ir und ant Mrs II Howurd lowld ItavHon ItavHonand IYln itaviannanal
and l W H I henehriHiKh III wen with lJi I bum bimat lo bumat I
at the te time lme of lit hl death clt
tins Ji fi < L I iwMini IIIII inin ininot I I i iol
ot Her Itr Htotrrlnlan 11tti Urn h vta > Iroiiil Iroiiilneot Irululfleet
fleet In King flnc Itdnanr larl ltl tii tiiIt > el elIt I II
It I won WW not Dt Mrs rr Pierre rlrr I rtlbrd lrilttl Jlitntikl Jlitntikluf JI i
uf 7 Cadogan place tendon who ilml
CdolAn plr Imcon whf Iil in inParis I inPri
Paris Pui on 0 Friday Fri as a ttu Ii < cable b errone erroneously erroneouslyannounced < Mily Milyunaounced
announced InC biu hl Mr I George nrn I IxinlUrvl IxinlUrvlllonikl lril Ioriilsruiilonaida I
llonikl lwrll her r U terintaM > who had hd mad tiwwlh IIWI madher
h hf her r home I In Paris fur Home ymr eru Mi MiUmiak Mis MisIonaW
Umiak Jtnll was a IIIr horn Pauline Paulitl Ant tntiinitto nt > > nif II tt > Win Winmeyer WI WIrelr VIttmeyer
meyer relr aevrntytie ventyH e years yr neo Iln In this rity Il Illr lit litIIcr
Her lr father nt7I WK whonsa 1a > wan a menhsnt rtnlltII1 incrtbsntIuvrii lived for
many years n in the II > i IrwOIn brownstone > rownsl ne neWest hulls t In InWll Insret
West Wll Thirty ThirtYfoutb fourth hOWl OHIOIU ufi OfWa5Its > the theWaldorf Ih IhWalorfI theWaldorf
Waldorf WalorfI A torw < rwIIr lulrr occuineil hy hylnl Henry lienr3lClew
Clew ClewGeorge CI ClewGeorge
CIOIP George OIP Ixjrlllunl lrlLn Honnltl lonrll alto hu hl lives lt at lt ltI atI
I Tuxedo uldo and married mrl MUM Ii Killth 1 II fInal HoHilley nAIIy fInalIcy
a Icy is her only afuilci < hi hld Id Mrs Ira George OorI 1x 1U 1Ulalllll > rll rlllard
lard lalllll Itonnkls dime to Uibroiuitrv UIrOllrv vvernl vvernlyear uveraiyer
year VP SRO IO anal 101 isnr ient some II ttmvnt al Tuxedo Tuxedofter TuIUIt TurcloAfter
After hr < cti ti I uimi ml hi his wife i wen Wt di divorced el divorced ¬
vorced ort Mrs George Urr < p lnlUnl I ril rlorHiId JtlMI TToruauldalseurii rlorHiIdlue
lue lseurii < 1 H rhl Hiblli nolxn nl in INru 1jr through lhmllh the theMr I IlnrjnlrJt theMnrganIarjes
Mr rgjnHsrje4 lnrjnlrJt > IUnk in I September spl br ll llto 111 lIst lIstto
to the Ih eSTer trlt that there Ita wa wal was a 1 dlvorml dlvormli ulivorceubWiatflafl
i woman mn railing 111 herself htlf by her name nI wh whhml whhlil whhuuui >
hml hlil no right rChl u 10 > it I lb > he announced III hut hutIn 111 111In tuuiin
In actwnlanm IhOinl with French lth Uw lw her dannh dannhter lallb lallbtr
tar ihould IhOiid tm b called l11 Mr Edith lth H I Ilixid Ilixidjley Illel Illel1fY lbouiI
jley I icy whIch hlh wn wal was her maiden mkln name namefltillnirr 11 11fblllay natotbltuisry
fltillnirr fblllay > olei oleienr 01 01Ir otrsI
Ir < > enr e i in A well tl known knol re rl41ieflu < nleni of nlorh ofOttti
North orh fludonsiio 110n10 iejbrate i1 lrl1 bratuI < l the fiftieth fiftiethannlveirarr IUII tifliethatinlvercary
annlveirarr nlYe rr of lit lt tale veiMInc klnc ii week I set ISM ISMnlcht failnIght
nIght nleh diet L of II benrt ilieee I yesiertisy e lenUy al alhi athi 1 1hl
hi hl home hor lltrlcnunk 1 bl1 Dunk road Irt and txl
ln
hudson ludnn houlotsrcl oulrt tnI e t HoioLeti loILH At t the theace Ih Iha theate
ace a of TS 3 lie lt WB la eve the prn 1 proprietor > lIO > rlelor of ofeneral ofaeneril II IICAtr1
eneral ture rr hkh hk KW I 151 f fAI ltier UHItie stahIiiMedIn < tll II < l lin
in 11 l I5I t lie 11 wa rem r remarried rrlel in hi II wife wit ir II IIIMr atthr l ltbflr
tbflr IMr rnhlen IIIn geM edillne by the 1 Rev herman 1mn
Schopiw ho Issuer Ior 01 M 1 Jolw4 1 Kirsncelkal
luthersii Chureh hure of I rk P nl uuieq n HIM HU Four Frolnn imirikOdren
hfMren olnn thirteen crsndrhlldren 1Mblkrn and 1 txl two tworeiitgrsiHlehfMren IwoIrNtlrReblu tw twareetrandebfldren
reiitgrsiHlehfMren IrNtlrReblu wllnoei l llwt iHHe < l the < ere vprefluent pr pron eremon
mon monllrlil fluentIlelli on > IUI
llrlil hi I Ohio thlo for Munler Iurfr In it Malrrtonn MalrrtonnCATTON sIatrrtnwtLATfl alrrlol
CATTON Ohio 010 fun IUH I Kent Jfnn JfnnA KeMon on V Vas4a Vas4aa HH HHa
a Kumiman lyllin wa taken into 1m uHMoity ltAly t tky ti to today
ky < ly noon tU by Chief Chtf of a PoJke Plk Smith mltl for fora rorIIIr
a rminler IIIr at a atertown N Y whlrh Wllil the theprisoner th thprnerl1 theprisoner
prisoner prnerl1 In nkl to have la committed mmmUP Vanele Vanelewas VAfl VAflnlt aselewit
was not nlt told tol nf thecharg th the ehrllodifCI charge lodged ng a againat againathim m t
him He Je admit altml having Ivlnl a fight Ilh with withfellow ith 1 1fellow 1fniw
fellow fniw workman nmn but l hats i not nl yet f learned Imrnedthat learnedthat
calved loVfJ that hi hi his victim vicim died di from th tlf the In inlurteH II r n nueived I recalved I
Irntlinl lletnern nt Troll TII e > I Car CarTIlhrrofi sr srTHKNTOS r rTItV
THKNTOS TItV V f J June Jlt i Dwight Illht P PBogley Pj Pa1I
Bogley IIy IS 4 year ohl Id of r Rloomfleld WHS WHSjenuheil wa waortilwd
jenuheil ortilwd r1I1 tn t death th between It two trolley trolleycur trly trlyllnnl
cur llnnl tonight < bt He I alight 1lt1 < from rrlf a trullny trullnyr Inly
iusr r on 0 the wrong wrc sid Ild and one 1 n coming eomiAgin mf
in an opposite direction lrll atnirk aflrk him OA OAt 11 11t and androiled <
rolled nI11 him Ifm for rO HONK I iHeUnee H Itetween Itetweenth tw twtkl
th tkl the two cars breaking Iwakl hi him neck At Atthe AtIhf Atthe 1
the Ihf point plA where 1 Bog 1ley liagfey y was wei Mnwk tnWk R there thervI
I is scarcely Ily two inches lo of s chase 1 c when whenthe whenthe tnl In InI I
the th can e1 are arpasslngont paaslng pl r onn another anotherfnt anllr anllrut
Cut ut III 11 Throat and ttalkeil I llespllal llespllalAfter IlespitabAfter
JIj I
After A I r cutting ctte hi h him threat tt with il a ayesterday knife knifeyrtrday kBle kBleJ
yesterday Joseph J HuM M i yenraold yenraoldof 1N years ai od odof
of Newark Sa Walked waMf tn 1 th t the German G H Hnltal Hf flia fliap114 I I
lo nltal nt 1 nearly Ilr a I mil 1ft from I roifl hi hi home hemet h tied tiedtel
t t tel M what ht ha bad I dope Th Thii Tbe plsysiolae plsysiolaesay il I
wf say W ii lm ii mmMUnn < ia7 TrTsTsTat Is I iiilllil veIiiala > rrTM M pe
a
TH llB BOBOLINK BOBLIN OF AVIATORS AVIATORSHAUILTOX AVATORS AVATORS1111TOV AVIATORSIlIIIILTOX
HAUILTOX 1111TOV UKE lKE AX KMT4TIO KMT4TIOninn BRRtl lCflfl4T10Ff1111
ninn nnl ix Ii THE 7IE AIR AIRfontlnuM AIRContthue R Rll
fontlnuM Ills ll ft etnlncljr klcl > feckless nekl Ktant KtantOver tat tatOnr IuntaOver
Over llfratKlrad lm td lt lblb lIain ln la IIU I lllrhet lllrhetl nlet nletIe itleketyIseklng
l Ie Iseklng ekmg Old JlactitaeYfiterdajf JlactitaeYfiterdajfIllghtt tl Macbias adllle Yter YterI YrtterdsiS YrtterdsiSIligitli
I Illghtt lltle Drew p a reed at f IOOOO IOOOOCITT 100 100I IOOUOUaauuus
Oatl Uaauuus City L I J June JUe 4U I wa waeatimated wu wuMUml wasestimated
I estimated MUml that tt 10000 100 persons pllOllAl watched watchedi watchedlbarle
i I Charles K l Hamilton the trick aeroplane aeroplaneperformer aeroplAneI aeroplaneperformer
performer per fonner cut antic in the air Ir over the theIIemp theUmpeteall theIleu3petead
I IIemp Umpeteall tead Plains aviation Held thi thiafternoon this tbIartcmoon thisafternoon
afternoon It waa the tb larg largest t crowd crowdto
to witness an aiYoplane exhibition there thereand thereand thereand
and the lack of police regulation mad madIt madlit madeit
lit It difficult for the aviator to get 1 his ma machine machine machine ¬
chine off the ground It was not until untilCapt uoUlCApt untilCapt
Capt Thom S Baldwin ldW 1 In hU hi aero aerouroae aCfOarcIIe acrearose
arose from another fit of the grounds groundaland crowtdaIlind groundsand
land Ilind diverted the interest that the throng tht thtrnoyetJ throngtooted
1 moved away from the Hamilton t tI tMCb1De tMCb1DeThe machinoThe
I The crowd began to collect a am early earlyr aa
3 oclock and by 4 oclock about aboutaulomohUlII t03 t03automobile 00 00automobile
automobile were lined up around art > und th thHeld the thl11eld thefield
Held Each Incoming tralp brought I arelay IIlay Irelay
relay and the crowd continued to swell swelluntiiitwaanecesaary w U UI UI
I I until ualilit untiiitwaanecesaary It waa neceaury to toorganlzsavolun toorganlzsavoluntary organize a volun voluntarycquad CIIUItary
tarycquad tary squad to keep order Dr Joseph JotephFerguaon JoaepbI
I Ferguson took charge of the volunteer volunteerwho IoIUltrawbo
who were atatlQBed In the centre of the thecoune th thOOIlrae thecourse
course where the landing are mad otadUamllton madUamlltOfl madeUamllton
Uamllton didnt leave the ground until
443 5 oclock and when ha darted up U Ua 10 10a toa
a height of City feet and hot hither hitherand bJberand higherand
and higher until be reached an altitude altitudeof altltll altltllor >
of Mveral hundred feet swung WI arouftc arouftctho IUOUDdtho
tho course and executed one of hi his famous faraouadhea rmOUltlh famousdive
dive tlh and passed over 1 the bead beadof bewor
of tho thousand of spectators p ctatora there theroaome was wasome wassome
some lusty cheering ch rlnc Thousand of band bandwaved bandaaed handswaved
waved frantically and there was a vigor vigorou
ou honking of automobile horns liemade liemade lie liemade
made more circle of the course whoel whoelIng whoelInll wheelLug
Lug bin graceful littlo aircraft to the theright therlabt theright
right and left with llh the fate and grace graotof craceor
of a swallow and finally ended hi his wild wildrulo wIldride lId lIdride
ride with wll h n spectacular tacular > c < glide < lIde of several toveralhinidred severalhundred eral eralI
hinidred fret lie bad been In the air airnixtren airlIiltltn sirsixteen
I
sixteen mlnutm mlnutmCa rninulCIIIt tuinutreCalt
Ca CIIIt > t Baldwin and Joseph Seymour then thenbrought thelhroultht thenbrought
brought out their th lr flier III r and filled nl in the theexhibition theellhiblUoo theexhibition
exhibition while hlL > Hamilton prepared for fora
a flight with a passenger Claude Notand Notandof olandor
of Jacksonville lie took the Mat t beaida beaidaHamilton budelImUwlI bealdshamilton
Hamilton and went nt for a ride the length lengthof Itnthof
of the tb course courxHamilton cou coulamlltnn coursehamilton
Hamilton I iii not anxious to take paa passen passengets en engem n nItra
gem In hi machine which I Is much bat battetrd battPd batterrd
tetrd and nd worn from hard ae ber4ce t1ce ce It U Uone 11on
one on of the Ih fir atmachlne t machine turned out from fromthe fromthe rOm rOmth
the th turtlM tattle factory and 1 Is the one with withwhich wtthhlch withwhich
which U Uml > nn II turtia won the speed fperdrecord lperdco speedreconi
record co I In the th International championship ehampionthipcontest
contest at t Krinui Iartu of the frame framehave framehao framehave
have been h n recovered and other part are arepUaterml artpla sf0with
pUaterml pla t1fC1 with patch atdw In thin machine machinenow hIDe hIDenil
now nil a rickety l loklnK > V > ldng affair Hamilton baa baamade baamade hasmad
made flights throughout the country countrytitar
Alter a few fl > w minutes wait Hamilton Hamiltonremounted JlJu Hamiltonremounted ilton ilton01ounl1
remounted the sent t again He 11 dived over overautomobile olrAlltOlIlOllllll overnutwuotuuies
automobile darted down over the th head headof hdenr
of frightened pctAtoni and andplaPtt played leap lea leafrol ¬
frog over the th machine of Baldwin and andSeymour andSooymonr andSeymour
Seymour flying at lower 10 altitude ltitult Then Thenhe Tbeuh Thenhr
he h Hiiddeuly swept wer > t to the height of MO MOor 800or COOor
or lii fret and made one on of the moat moatremarkable moatmarkaLl mostremarkable
remarkable glide that have ever been beenseen
seen
In A third flight flighIivnilton Hamilton stayed up
twelve t Iv minute and on a half round he herac hetattd
rac rt d with Capt art Baldwin who wa off offand otTanl olanal
and on the n field during durin < the afternoon afternoonSeymour afternoonI afternoonSeymour
Seymour nwllr joined In the th rape and for rorllhOn a ahort ashort
short limo three tll aero were darting dartingover
over the t field Id Hamilton hot over overBaldwin overI1Idwin overBaldwin
Baldwin and an made a dip that caused caueedMr
Mr and mu < Mr Tyler Monte and Mr MrFrnvklln I MrsFrnekhin rt rtFmkll
Frnvklln Mutton who had left I theIr thtlrautomobile 111lralll theIrautomobile
automobile alll mohi to take to th 11Ioofr lr h heels > l In InUrely InUly inhirciy
Urely fanhlon Ihey 1he had Just arrived arrivedatnl arrhfdn1 arrivedsail
sail n1 hnrint rlnl become familiar with Ham Hamiltona Iamlion 11amaitons
iltona lion fantastic tvirg 1171 < Hamilton WM WMi waaan
in the 1 ar about forty minute altogether altocthrt ltogtb r
1 apt 1 KaMwm < end ndo1 < l Um th performance performancei
bv niakniic n1 kllliC several ral ir rd rake < leu of f the to course roiirneThe MllrI courseThe
The Th rri first > t tlmt Hamilton took a teat teatm t tIn
In an a lIoplal1lO T < n > l n at t Hammondiport 1rt < lat lastNoveuiibrt > t totbfr
November he h ilidnt If leave a e It until he had hadIfuule IwtIMoI hadteoule
IMoI Ifuule A flight if f four inure The Th next nextclnr n neattisy U UI
clnr tin h went fOIlt thirty thlrt miles mil and tine IDCOt that thattim IhIIltill thattilts
tim he h UA performed aerial feat that thatIKI thattue
IKI o liter olb human IIIII AI1 being hat 114 attempted attemptedHamilton attemptedlInniltn ttrnptfldI1l1mll14111
Hamilton wJll fly again altai tomorrow fTI after afternoon art alternoenlwtwen r rnOfmbn ¬
noon nOfmbn lxt en land T i d < lock > k He nlWLhllut nlWLhllutlfIinat MUdlatt MUdlattexeninit sauutlastevening
evening lfIinat that it u I lu intention to give giveup IrieIII
up exhibit exhibition kti work ork ned mtnpetn for foriirvi rorlri fortart
tart f
fan111
iirvi 1 1It Mitxnir 1 own ioxno ioxnoTtir lfIHI11f IflflfIVflat
flat 111 Hathr llshU situ > ml eI lure m lh lhllarl Ihlarl lhP lhPEarl >
Earl Risers a lietflp East lriti EastgEkII 1 1wi
i gEkII wi iHf ii iHtpaun 1 M a TDK T MX MXIiMK I IN1nor SeaInNraoy
IiMK O > x June 4 Nidhtworker about aboutUmdnn aboutloniton houtr
Umdnn were r Htartleil l early till morning morningby Irnlnhy
by HH > appearance of a my mysterious teriiui object objectm
m the Ih sky ky from wIdth a brilliant light lightladled lillbt11aNt lightStashed
ladled There wan w considerable iipecuU iipecuUtion tCllIa tCllIalim >
tion ax to what hat the object wa It Itftftalt was waaAnally wasfinally
Anally ftftalt dUoovered cll < < 1 that it wa the army armyAiohlp armyaitl arntyelrhip
Aiohlp aitl < Beta which wa w making an expert experimental uprrl11I expertmental ¬
mental 11I trip The Th airship Mt Fain KarnImrtmgh tl1IlJruuch Fainhuoruuugh
Imrtmgh at 1130 II oclock la last t night circled circlwlSt
St Paul Cathedral In London and re returned reo reot1lIDI retiurnril ¬
turned U to > FanuborouRh at 3M oclock oclockIhU oolOlkIbw oclockthis
this morning
nitiins 01 mT T iot on onThree rmrl PRhiEt4Three s sfI1rff
Three r the Ih Aeroplane Milpptit la In Init Indlanpoll Intilanspolie
it dlanpoll Ian poll for the Ihfroll1lnc Coin Coining me Kel 3leetlsttANAt0US > KelISDIANAIOLK ItttISI
ISDIANAIOLK ISI rou June i 1Trial Trial flight flightfor fllhlefor tightsfor
for the unit II rat national aviation meet which whichwill whichwill
1 will l li > e held 11 1 at the tll lixllanapoll Motor MotorSp MotorI I
I Sp Splway < lway from line 13 to I It lnclu IlIclllll IlIclllllI inclusivewill lve lvewill
will begin tlll over the I local roiine early next nextweek nextweek
I week The 1h three Ih machine which the theU thPWrtlth theWoght
U Wrtlth right I brother dipped to Indianarnll IndianarnllI lridianaptiiatrw
I f tromlhlralntnltrroul1olul trw com lh the traininggrouruUat training grolirelsat Montgomery MontgomeryMa
Ma Ia thin wk eek have h not arrived but butt
K t A Morose director of oontMt ex exl el1lhrnnol x xpectrit
l pectrit > < ectiM 1lhrnnol them not later than tomorrow tomorrowThe tO niOrrow niOrrowThe
The maotuniw upon their arrival In InIndianapoli In11nllanapoli inIndianapolis
Indianapolis will tw I taken direct to the thepe tb tbap thepcedway
11nllanapoli ap pe pcedway dway IIY and OMemhled mtIfC1 and will be bemade bemad bemade
made ready 1I ly < for the Ih trial lriaillillbia flight at one oneThe 01lCeTh onceTlirso
The Th Tlirso e machines and 1111 < 1 the Itl men who ho are areto areto
to pilot them have been in the air Ir at atthe atIh atthe
the Ih Montgomery and Dayton training traininggrouiuiit IralllJnacroUllri traininggrounds
grounds much of the time in the Ih last two twoor twoor twoor
or three thr montlx but preliminary flight flightwill flllhtawill tightswill
will be necessary for the aviator to ao aociintom aoel111I01n accustom
custom themselves to the Ih change In Inclimatic In1lhnllo InI
I climatic condition It 1t1II1IO will also be tec tecexaarr t1Cry necrosary
exaarr rosary ry for them lo become thoroughly
familiar with the tbelond local coune couneThe COUlllItTh courseThe
The Th Wright brother have announced announcedtheir announcedIhflr announcedtheir
their Intention of going after all 11 aero aeroplane aeroplane ra raplane ¬
plane record at t the Indlanapoli meet meetwith mllfllwllh meetwilli
with two possible ihle exception Since Sincethe sincethe illetb
the tb flight ar are rD to be confined lo a given givenpace givenaalWiiC vm vmrNlt
pace It will III bn 1 impossible OAAlhl > to establish eataWUhnew
new Rt marts for ppeecf Iml and distance dlilancen dllneenII distancenIIIjw
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chine caused a dirigible balloon carrying carryngFredenrk COrrTDtIrKk carryingFrealerwk <
Fredenrk L Owen to descend In Nerark Nerarkyenferday SlirkI Nurgrkyeiierday
yenferday and it landed on the trolley trolleywire trollerwi trolleywires
I wire wi In Belleville fI < avenue 10111 nmr Nursery Nunerrtreet Nurserystreet Urtrr
street Owen Muted tc In the framework frameworkor IIImowllrkof
of the Ih balloon wa A In a perilom position poiitlooM poallinn11flI11IfI
11flI11IfI M > pntu of 1 the Ih heavily charged trolley treU treUwi
1 wire wi until he h wn lowered to the street by
1 I roller tmU employee The nit rudder of the theI
I I alrnhip wa was IIlJIIUlbc ma tied d but after aft repairing Irlnc
It the aviator continued bi his flight to the theroof therool theroof
roof of the lb building of Hahne Co in
Broad street I
The aviator a did not go Vf tIf ry y high In the theair theair
air There 11le wa WU a stl tl3 brtet blowing and I
he kept site BOM of oIlbe the gas bag ba beaded beadedagblMt beadedagolnot
agblMt a the th wind On hearing tftifl U the > park I
Owen followed a straIght line which took
him It iriireHly di IT over er Vvanhtagton Wuhl ll ll avenue avmuatnw yenleI
tnw throuigli ti BelleviH and wi Newark and then thenMo
Mo BeUenU Avenue AvenueBefore a avenueBefore
Before making tie return trio i 4p to Belle Bellev 8fI 8fIville KohlvMe I
v ville > M iiiA i Ullooawi made another heM acenMo
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CAUBUDOB Mass June Sun 4 4Tb The Bar Harvard Baryard liaryard ¬
yard I Harvard recently completed oompUtedaeroplane completederoplao completedliroplano
aeroplane is I scheduled aob uled to make It its tnt flrmtatoeaaloa r10tuoeIIIJOD tntascension
atoeaaloa neat nn week Ie at floldier 801dl Field FieldTh fJdTh FieldTb
Th member of the A Aowo ro Club und the theluperritlon theupPrTil1on theupeiYlsion
luperritlon or Jam V Martin manager managerof
of to the Harvard Aeronautical ta toaDfer toaDferor SocIety Sodotyhave 1001 SocIetyhave y yhae
have coMtructed the machlnu th themselves themselvesThe m el IY IYTbe ve veTh
Th only obstacle at present to a success oucceMfui au auIuJ successful
fui flight la It the lack of an aerodrome drome on onthe onthe i
the Held but Mr Martin la I a making an aneffort anefJor aneffort
effort to aecur a tent to be placed pl In a aremote aremote aremote
remote part of the Held where the ma machine m mchinN machines ¬
chine can be toted without taking risk rlikIn rlkIn riskIn
In the lb transporting of then to and from fromthe fromthe I
the theYlUlod avUUod ground groundThe croundlTb
The Tb engine of th the machine baa already alreadyatood alreadystood
toed Ita taste well U developed Ito INIpound tIJpounct Itopounds
pound pull against ala th the air going at atipetd atspited a ape
spited pe d of 1MO O revolution a minute mt utao
Lord Taylor TaylorExtraordinary TaylorExlraordinarj TaylorExtraordinary
Extraordinary Values Valuesin
in il A lines which we have decided to drop dropLace dropLace dro droLace I
Lace C Curtains rta ns
500 pairs Renaissance Marie Antoinette AntoinetteIrish AntoinetteIrish AntoinetteIrish
Irish Point Arabine and Madras Curtains at atS365pazr
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600 pairs Marie Antoinette Brussels Bru se l 51 Renaissance RenaissanceIrish RenaissanceIrish
Irish Point and nd Madras Curtains at atS475ftair
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formerly 750 to 950 pair pairDoor pairDoor pakDoor
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formerly 5400 to 550 pair pairaoo
200 pairs Assorted Designs and Colors at at400pair atsv
sv 400pair 400pairi 400 4 00 pair pairI ftairformerly
i formerly formerl 600 to 850 pair pairCouch pairCouch h r rCouch
Couch Covers
300 Covers Assorted Designs and Colors Col rs at atreduced t
250 S425 425 each eachreduced ch chreduced
reduced from 450 5650 each eachBrass eachBrass eachBass
Brass Bedsteads BeasteadsI I S
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24 2 at 2250 Si550 S 1550 1 each eachu eachQQQ eac
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2 at 4000 265o 6oeic1i ach
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The Plant Is s On Our Own Premises PremisesIt
It is equipped with every modern detail detailto
to insure complete protection and andin andin andin
in charge of practical furriers furriersTte furriersTlu furriersThe
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Vacuum I and Compressed Comj5ressedAirSysiens Comj5ressedAirSysiensI Air ir Systems SystemsBefore > j jefore
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Loss by Theft or Damage by Fire or Moth MothFurs MothFurs IothFurs
Furs Repaired and Remodeled Remodeledat d dat
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