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1mej 11 UndeGollughett UndeGollughettdrerat UndeClov Uod no Hugh HughKite lIuCbMmwthtllliALtturelollday
drerat mwthtllliALtturelollday mwthtllliALtturelolldaya mes Kite u u tothe > the legUUturn logitltture3londay logitltture3londaya1h Monda Mondaa
a a1h a vat inoomi tAt law la could be bip4u beal beraeal
p4u raeal > l al > the Ih sp uperUI ial lat session The Re Hler Rephi JttolI
r phi bH lI in legiilatlve ltlaIlYe leaden are terioutl terioutlptrtiWtnc seriously HrIoIIlyCrIrtnc seriouslyprcorm
ptrtiWtnc such a law and one on may ma h hmtr be be11I beNun
Nun 11I 1icori ort in ma A d dAy y or twoThe two twoThe tuTh
The Th Nil IH i igge > < IIItfINt ted by b Gar Hughei liughesr Hugheiprnroini lIub lIubTI
prnroini TI r nlt a prngrraMlva 11 lve Inheritance U tapant Uipon taz tazt
pant t ipon the thllLmOliot amount of the transfer b biiiviiiial to toI otN
I tN iiiviiiial legatee transfers or 01WM orn orterm
term n WM completed tonight toni and nd Will witt Willb4
t b4 mil mtrliired dated < in th Legislature tomor tomorre to tnor tnorTh
re The 1 plun of Ibe bill Is I based open npotthe npooth openthe
the th > tn WIPi t < IM of California and Wisconsin Wisconsinhch WlwnnsInehch 1Imnalnwh
wh ehch hch h 3 SIle 3k tea now have progresolva in inlerttMt 10IUlfI IntrttaIe
lerttMt IUlfI tax lA law It I II estimated that thafrxniiMof thatI
I e > frxniiMof rnue nlll of IheStAtawlllbelncreAted IheStAtawlllbelncreAtedbr I the State tatl111 w lil he increased InortAIfIItby
br fS 1 I MI Anna IIIIIQ no or MOOOOOQ MOOOOOQThe
The Tb Nil I Is more favorable fYo LI toward towardmalI small smallut mal maleiute
eiute 11 than the present p nt Uw Under the thiMupt tb1 theutrnu
utrnu Mupt Uw 1 if tbe Amount of the estate ettatif
I f rs tI tin SlOono and It I bequeathed bequeathecI
I t na 9 o relative it Is I exempt e from tau taxatKH taub taxstsr
tKH > bin JIll i f the amount equals or exceed exceed11nHi nC4dalim exceedsihurt
11nHi inn 10 vrtnlt estate tall In subject to Uuuwn toIAwn tostaWn
uuwn t trader nde Ihi bill the father fathernether father1II1t ethermen
nether lli w4w < V > and minor children ar argaite art artC <
gaite C sraveel l exemption emlpt n to the extent o oVK of ofIIJI ofm
VK IIJI without w any regard to the th anmuni anmunii aawnntat
i at r t ie Ki I te Thus A nun InA with An e etll estate estater ttt tttr l lU <
r IJi U 11sw tin leaving 1 lnc A widow and four minor mlnoithiltrei minortlul1rn minorthillra
thiltrei mAY II > distribute It that th thcii the theCI theeau
eau a Mtitowill rol towlll be exempt from taxation taxationhi
w hi loch oh h would be ImpoMibl under tb the prent pre pretlo pretlotnlof preeset
nt tnlof taw v This would enable nabl A man o orcdert of ofDtdt ofardrrae
rcdert meant to provide a fair lncoratfr Inrom <
tfr I r hi its widow And minor children without withoutanr lthoutdflletion
tar depletion of hi his estate on ar Account mnt ol olButton of ofIAUllon ofrahatwn
Button It i to only when the individual ladlvlduaVgacle Indlldualact
Vgacle sane act reach the sum of 3SOQD DQI that at atmatin an an111Jo anwcrrun
matin < in tax Is I propose proposed Then I lb lblII1fIe the thencrease hi hifflcrre
fflcrre m i impoted only upon theexcec theexcecTht tbexctUThe the excess excessThe
The effect of the bill i Is thus to read readArie r reachlarge b bra
large ra ortunet without ATacting email trualHaie amaltttta emailetatee
Haie ttta especially ee 1I1hee where they the paw pA to aMT neaitUiive aMTatiY nearmasses
masses atiY 11 bile the rate of tax run a ath ableh as asUgh <
th tn a 21 per rent on the excess of large larginute IAr IArlalH largestates
states lalH passing J lnIC to collateral stranger otrAngenvn strangerurporation traDIOI1lrratlons
vn rratlons > orAtloa It mutt mu not b be Inferred inferrecliit InCned1It
Vat the lax talon on the entire untl bluett is I 24 per percrt1 peitent prI
tent I tun forth threawn reason nlhat that It ItlonllmpnMi ItlonllmpnMin I isonly only lmno lmnocpon imposet imposetspan
span n the exces over tlOOOOtn IOt eo1 Vndet Vndetthe 1ndethe ndff ndffIh
the Ih bill the following fIIolnllrnf fulkw Ing trannfeit are ar exempfrm exempt e exemptImo Mnpt Mnptflm
Imo taxation taxetioni
i 1roperty to the Ih rmoual of 1100 or 01VM ortrtnar1fttJ ork
VM k a trtnaferred to i A collAteral I relative retatlvitr Jail Ye Yetr
tr stranger This It I to cover C r mail lie liettiesU 1 1lMta Iwquests
quests lMta of watches helrioomii Ac toPropertr doProperty
2 Property to the value 11M of ttto OO or ora leas lewa
a husband brother sister or the wit wlfiwidow wlfwidoW witwidow
widow of a mn JII or lie lit h ntand of A AP Ai aIbtn aslaughter
slaughter Ibtn IbtnIroJWrt1
i Property to lti the valise of Snno ciin or oriw
iw in to a father mother ml > chrr wUlow or r minorrakl minor minoitM
tM tMThe 1 >
The 111 amount of taxes under 1hl tlilt bill billi LlIIIndlldual t II IIto
i to toIndrdual l
lIndirtdual
Indirtdual trrn trcnsTn fer > to collateral collateralrmnve NliialeralI collaterallearres
rmnve I or strangers exceeding uc 1109 100 In Inrtlu iolIJo iseats
eats lIJo < > are used at the rrte m of ft per cent centM nI1tuiIldr
M uiIldr ender mrr the Ih present law If the IrAn banster trmrIff IrAnIrr
Iff excrete icn > < U tUOOO th the rate I G > 10 per cent centth
< fl > th Nit > nice nxca c up band Including 1100000if 1100000
if f he transfer exceed el IIOOOM the tb rate rlteIr raterer
1 i fr ant on the excel x up to and andrjJdinll andC
P C rjJdinll 1100000 If the transfer t ler fir firt cxs1 x xtv
s1 t + ds tv IfU i M the rate h t ro o per cent r on onIf 00II onft
If II ricMM 1 up to and Inclining l kdi 1Uit l the sum tiurnM IIUInIOIIIffl sumtl
M oiiduo + eiu if the tnntltr t 4r exceed exceedI sievedrem5 I II
I loim th the rat rare l Iv JJ par cent t upon uponirM upons uponlnclvidud
irM irMImlividual s I IIrKll1ridual
Imlividual tnuttfer l Id < > a hubandh husband but husbandrhr nd ndt
t rhr h r i iter ter wife or widow klo of a oo 1IObu sonthe ooUir
the u huibiuxl hu tnd of I a lighter ck In excess exceMii OSCftllId
u to ii > cad individual truMfen trlDSl ca to a ahi aI ah
hi I h wr r mnther widow or minor child in inif Inn inn
n ww if I Imo dfl are triable at 1 per cent centK
G K and n i < i Including C1000 S IJOO If the transfer u transferIc nafer naferII er er5ao
II Ic M 5ao f the rtelt ate Mt If 2 per cent on onnmw anIe onr
r nmw tip in and Including Jiooncn Jiooncnf
I Id f r < Mnitfrr exi fIIo < eedt SIOOMO I the rates rate
s I or r r 1t < mt on the exoem ex exoe a up to and In Inhe InpIo Inctltnf
pIo ctltnf nr Ih he mint sum of 1109000 if the In tans Irnr no noUOOrtn
r s n 1 rtia UOOrtn 30Q tI0 the rate Is 4 per cent cents
t mmc t irm IfIItIUP w up to end Including the th um sumv umI
v 1 I s 1111110 mi in ta if the transfer exceed exceedII
II vm tn the h rate It I I per cent upon the theIt
U t
It wend r1ed Apparent today that the theCtblt theCbh
0 Ctblt > i > h compromise direct nomination nominationNil
Nil would lIul l not past even the Senate Senatet
alt > t Ih uhs h 1CI41 p cial session on At th the regular regulari
awn i > n the Ih tl hill passed th the Senai by byi I II
i P PArty nr cote col of 21 2 to 13 while in the tbet tb tbU thewmr
wmr U i It t was U defeated d by a vote of ofTH ofT
> r TH e 1 In r nne e i It < The plan to defeat df tt the tbaMil thot thei9
t i9 J Mil In the SenAt at this session aeetionthe sessiontnntemptates oa oaCO
CO ttrmplat the absenoa from any armytudmnce anyof 117lWfn
lWfn of Republican l ubUen Senator that thatn tbatalld IbMnay
n nay r i > railed of enough Senator to torwfni tono torxrnl
rwfni no th the att attendance ndanoe of twentyix eo eoltal sotGt o otm
ltal 10 lh tm ronferenca ronlt 1IC8 cannot be turnedt turned
tl fiM > t cfi C ca J riii tu at a It require twantyix twantyixo tweaty dx dxiya
iya to o nasty ni a bill In the Senate MenateAt tieGaIh
At Irwr thr there Senator who AW support tupportn
n if nh h hr r the Ilinman UlnmanOreen Oren or the thaI lheIt thee4k
It tav I av muttered up courageJ couragescuth courage
scuth < J Ch h r t Inks a prison pol tloa that they will not notmtk notmk letro
ro make either of the th bills a party partyt partIr partyruin
Ir ruin UIJ III t 9s h upecial session 11011 Such A Autip aIt a4a
utip It r w vtd I Iid d lave thelobfc 1M obI blU only onlyin onl onlt
t < nrn > < in n a Republican caucus And Andthree andnJ andNT
nJ w rbl8 three vote when it come comer comr
r f sn 4nath nalJ u on final passage nest nestand nest1tS nextI
1tS I de cght cghtTh f1 b bThol
Thol Th Pale and trembly t mblr each held heldr heldfalat
r CII falat i ti to rfejr dll imiona suns today toda Similar Similarwiin 81mllarh1d Similarwwtnro
wwtnro wiin w hh h1d ldonThurtday an Thluaday or Friday FridayM FridailWl
ilWl rA > M H iiv 1I111 tiiitht and next Tuetday and andtthae andti andds
ti ds da ay tthae It h has been decided ded that the ther theAll
All t jtot + e session Ion of the Lellalature LellalatureaI
rap aI r h I nr r JJ S oejoji oa Thursday TbundayitMpected TburldayI
a iht I an itMpected It that the work ofsw of ofa of1Io
1Io r a sw ton ton can be completed by byght b bFr
r F Fr ght following followingKtw
I oev 1IInd Ktw ntul and Assemblymen A WII WIIw WIInak
nak w 0 introduced the Ki ItUMI el pit pri4rr prlrY pitfar
far far 4rr rY ror > Mil j wfaleh applies APpl only to tosw totor
tor sw York It provide f for r an annMrx a aI
° ttrii I i nMrx ar Ntiiot lIot and for the use of ofnd ofhr ofaWhr
aWhr hr s and nd armoriet for all aorta aortan sortstat
cl < tat J n tlngt It alto provided providedg
gat a c ugsieforoonventknssheil g u to flfeo rr > rconventionA tklnuhall hell be beprlmariei
tiwo 45 a primaries prlmarieiH
kcp t H and nd Assemblyman M K rritt rrittv
s isr rr rrtintncrp v > > to tlJ l a bill provWtag for tf the thec therag > e etreet
+ rag c e a treet tax upon all real prop props
O 1 s anotexeMof lIOtflempt l lIl eao quIrter
1 AlL Il wk II RlrTI8 RMBH nit Felttwo rtHtaur nitr
two e la r So our t be MI lefti WH witsatraesepaM
atraesepaM atraesepaML i rt4
L
of a mill which will nile S70000W tQ Wmeet K Km tQmee
m meet etth the quota which should go Ihl thlyear Ihlrear thteJMr
rear to the canal and highway slaking
fund sad the annual interest on tho IbOle
bond outstanding
An accompanying 1l bill mutt be Intro
duced thus utilising the th money raised raUerby
by tide th direct ta tu but it arms cannct t b be intro
duced until a supplemental massage DM MJ
from the Governor la received Ived permitting
his It piaMce JJ sit a the Governors Uonda Uondanight ifoadeynight roDdaDieM
night message maea dot not comprehend comprehencihta
this Ib Ie particular lealtlatlon The Th opera operatloo operatloa operalion
lion of this Jut bill will not bo tuvdet nlwledunless tuvdetunleea Dffdedun
unless un the payment on canal work ork corn cornpitted Ompitted cnmplated
pitted exceed the estimates on November NorembeiI
I by about U000000 In that event Dt this thfabill th thbID
bill will be needed to permit the Comp
trolls to due IW3000 00000 la bond to pro provkSe proride ro roYide
ride for the lb January la uarylDtereat Interest on the hart bargicanal hartcanal bargeanal
canal bond a as the dint tax moneys montyiwill moDeraWill moneyswill
will not be available until an eaablui eaabluiact enabllnact enabling enablingact
act J It s pat by the tb next Legislature LegialatureAMemblyman Lot LegislatureAeeemblymen < lalatUf lalatUfAmblrman
AMemblyman Cherie A Dana 01 01Manhattan of ofUlnhatUn ofManhattan
Manhattan reintroduced ttIDtrod utWld his Investigating
Ml b authorixlng the appointment of i iJoint a ajoint aJoint
Joint legislative committee to probe probiverythtog probeeieryhing rob robft1thln
verythtog and everybody The Th bill was waidefeated wasdefeated a adrMtetI
defeated decisively at the th regular session aeseionnrv sessionffEM1N 100 100ITIV4X
nrv ITIV4X v RILL imr Arpnorrn Arpnorrnart APPROi n01FI n01FIt I I Isat
sat art t Hold That the MmJlM Have Xo Xoaw Y YQahn i iaalm
aalm M Emu Emu8tjtu FIII8A1cU FataleSateu
8tjtu Maaa Y June nU 22Voles Unl lfM M the lb ua uaexpected unupeoled tinexpected
expected oooura Princeton University Uiuvertitywill
will secure ure the lb great 1 bequest of Isaac ItaacOhancey INoSerblnetT Isaacchancey
Ohancey Wyman who died at bin home homeIn
In this Ibl city on onThl Hay 16 16The ISThe
The will waa approved by h Judge liar Harman liarmon liarman
man In the Ih Kttex County Probate Court Courthit COllrtIbla Courtthis
hit morning after a brief hearing had hadbeen hlldn hadbeen
been n given In Fred K Shaw who ho rep repreienU 1If1rewnlJl represents
resents the lb four Midges < of Iynn who whodalm whoclaim whoclaim
claim to be second coittina c of the testator tnitalorJudge tlatorJudp testatorJudge
Judge Harmon mini that the contestant conteniantihad oonlInthd
had no legal standing to rontnt Iont the th will willtinder willtinder iII iIItlnJ
tinder tlnJ the law of this thl State and Dr that thateven Iht8ftQ thateven
even had then been n no will lIIlher they would wouldhave w01l1dhaYe wouldhave
have len I unable to secure Ire any of th thWyman I the theWyman b b1t1D
Wyman 1t1D property
The witne WitnftIIIM e ee of the will ocr sar Jark Jarkson JarklOlI Jarkeon <
son DtnJtl Manning and Edward I IBatti Ittl C CMattis
Batti ttl were heard and then the court courtannounced eourtallDoWUed courtannounced
announced that the th will was a set t up fl flwas IIW Itwas
was Intimated by Mr Shaw that U to will willenter 11111tDtft willenter
enter an appeal and a d If so the case will willbo willbe 11I 11Ibo
bo heard In the th Supreme Court CourtIt
It i le not known as yet how 110 much prop property propIrlr property ¬
erty Wyraan left hut It It I s variously esti Pellmuted estimated HIImaled ¬
mated at from doooooo to ti3onoono ti3onoonoKXKCl 13000mfEfTORORDERFDTOI41 1ioooOOIIXIn10RtlRUIIIF1I
KXKCl TOttOnUKUKItTOrt IXIn10RtlRUIIIF1I TO 141 t fI fItrll IfYelell I IXentrll
Xentrll trll Owes OW MOSOOO 1000 te Hart Hrin Itelswrist HrinTtntt U UTnIII
Ttntt Woafy 2oa teat 10 In ftpeculatlon ftpeculatlonRurroRate IIIpleUllttonRurro loprwistlonSurrogate
Surrogate Rurro t Thomas signed lgn l 1NItnlar 1NItnlaran yeat rday rdayan
an order directing John Jay Ja NYntall t to tora topay < i ipay
pay ra over KUTnt to the heirs of Joseph JosephD
D Hart hit hj brotherinlaw brothr ln law of who whorelate 00 whoseestate 00Nl4t
I hJ
relate ha Ca t been > een trustee Irlllt clot ItTS 187tThe ItTSThe tliSThe
The heirs are han H nart a son aonand lOlIand sonand
and Mrs Irene N N1ellanl Cftllanl and Mrs Emma KminaJ mma mmaa
J Sheridan daughter NVntrll bu been beento beenIn
to California for more than a year Mr her havfIng ha haIne hering
Ing gone there ttw whit proceedings rot8ftlin for an anaecotmtlag aqnsxoonUng f ft
aecotmtlag t lflbC were before a referee refereeuprrm rtlrMft11frtmo referSupreme
Supreme uprrm Court Jintkf JI > Whlni Whlt erbtIanl erbtIanllbe y banl banlthe and andthe
the ram ne referee jiuit ltefots tiefor fo be bont bonton went wvnton
on the tl bench nh He found that Nmtell Nmtellliad NeatUhad I IJ IJbad
bad u uwwl fltl d the th fuod fIl lI < of the Hart estate estateIn tat tatin tAtI
in 1I1 Mirculatiaa > with a brokerage ronceraand roncmra roncmraand roDCerlnd
I and nd he hedirected directed Nnttell to t repay th thamount tllamollnl the theamotmt
amount lott ta the entato hy 10 such suchlatlon II etw4 etw4ation I Ilallon
latlon Tlio hairs < have also sued suedbrokers II IIImk the thebrakes
brokers Imk for au accounting accountingHart ItttOlinl RIC RICUrt
Hart who was AII a llarhm reel ialman Nloa Nloaman swats swatsman
man dl dill l In I Iet 8 T and n1 named nam lii I his IIrothrInlaw lirother IrotherIn lirotherInlaw
In Inlaw aw eiTDIor tlitnr nltliout laud Two co coexecutors roeJttClllnYl coexecutors
executors died and Xwlrll faoll had IMWII 1 in inaolo insole
sole 0 eltmtf ebMr a nt the estate lilt tlni I Son IleaTHE SonTHK III IIITII
THE TII QIEK In VHTIIKKt Il HW HWlletetrtl iii iiiI iiitrdt it itIINIrd I
lletetrtl trdt at 111mher llmH < tr Tested Irnl In Plan 1 er erItrttteh r rRrltbh 1flrttbh
Itrttteh floral Bo AoallitanctanL AoallitanctanLHWJ l nlsndardpNei Nlandanl NlandanlspHtal
spHtal CHt c W4 P tHI < fM1 f Tilt TM Hvn Hvntfitotiv W W1ootDUII Vs Vsfnxoo
tfitotiv June 23 Minx Ibe death of ofKin ofKing
Kin King Edward until to today Uy the Ib royal royaltAiuhrd ro1AIAthnl royalstendtnl I
tAiuhrd wan Oowii over Iliwklngham IliwklnghamPaUoe UlCldncbamItaboe ItnkinghamPatios
Patios in honor of the Queen Mother Motherwho 1fnlhrwho Motherwho
who in still In residence there 11 As the theroyal theroyaltrndard I Ir01al
royal royaltrndard trodard H flown only oal for the Ih non rnonnrch snownrdt nonAm
nrch the fart that It waa u tiwd by 1 the theQuevn theQueen
Queen Mother lolh wu 1 II source Iroe of consider considerable cceulderable Id IdAhle ¬ I
able spevulatlon spevulatlonThi I ITh
The only reason for hr ti use e of thestandard the thetiu Ihtwdlrd
standard tiu > drd WA was there h was no flag 1Ia existing existingfor xlalinefor
for that rarity rarit In treat Britain a dowatjrr dowatjrrOuven dowa dowatcrlpaen r r11In
Ouven ouncnrt Now o however a Rag Ragha a1Chu taghas
ha hu been sfieriallydfelgnedand fabricated fabricatedfor
for her u Ute UteTho useThe e eTbe
The new standard was hosed bol at the thepalace th thpa1ace thepalace
palace today todA It In I 31 2 feet long and 12 12feet 12rHi 12feet
feet deep and la equally divided the theBritish therlUab theBritkh
British standard being on the tb It left ft and the tbeDanich tbtDuIAh theDanish
Danish standard on the right1EW right rightXEir t
XEir 1 TIRE ALARM SVITKU SIITEJIWires SVITKUtrim UTHJWtrft
trim te I Csi fader 1i der Oreondotlier n ln lnprrrements lIDo lIDopnftIIIfftta tinpr
pr prrrements rer entr Indudtoc New w FlreoooM FlreoooMA
A greatly Improved flre alarm system systemwin IalemWin systemwri11
win be Installed In consequence of the theaction Ih Ihaction theaction
action of the Board of Estimate and the tbeBoard IbeDord theDoard
Board of Aldermen in approving the theplans heplus
plans which Fire Commissioner Waldo Waldomade Waldomade aldo aldomad
made for the betterment of the tb departcant depart departerst d rt I IIt
cant = It Than = plans Involve an expend expenditure expendtuts xpendltun ¬
ture of ollUOOoco W OO000 The money will now be beforthcoming befortbool1lJn beforthcoming
forthcoming and work w rk will probably begin beginnext beiDD beginnext
next D month monthTbe monthTh mmithThe
The plan call for an expenditure of ofIl070oo
207000 for the lb flro alarm system for forManhattan forMaDbttan forManhattan
Manhattan and The Th Bronx IISOOOO for forBrooklvn forBrooklm forBrooklvn
Brooklvn and 110000 for Queen In Inaddition InaddJUoa Inaddition
addition IOOOO will be spent on new lire flrealarm lireIarm tirealarm
alarm boxes boxeaThe beSMThe boxesThe
The principal change cba p contemplated la lato I isto
to place lace the lb wires wi under ground wherever wherevernoeaible whereverpossible hfreYflpoeaibl
possible Cables Cabl containing containngthetire the flre aannwires alarm alarmwire aJannare
wire are now strung on the elevated rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road structure and In other place are arecarried areerried aremmont
carried on polo It I held to be an ele element e emon ¬
mmont mon of danger to to the Wessystem Wessystemheto tystem heto tem to have bard the hewise thewires tbewire
wires overhead oYtrb d instead of In a subway mibwayeonduit wbwereondult subwayconduit
conduit It Is planned to bring the whole wholeOr wholefire bol bolfire
fire Or alarm system up to data dueThe dataThe dateTh
The Th major portion of the appropriation appropriationwill
will be for new n Arebousea itr houses and apparatus apparntnsPlus apparatusPlan appsnUuaPao
Plan baTe been drawn for twentyfive twentyfivenew wwent flve flvenew
aUaD and The Bronx Bronxmd BroDKand ttronxare
n new boneee hot ea In Manhattan Wa
md ten In Brooklyn The Th building otcocrete otcocretes0 are arelo areitobeeof
itobeeof lo be of is n new n desIgn dwlgn dMl built of concrete concreteM
absolutely fireproof fireproofrh llreproofTh7iUI
M a as to make them
rh are to be all of th the same denign so sothat eoIhaC
Th7iUI y dhi
ehootwel will ha e a
that tba IhellrebOllla the flrthouse Ar10 Ar10ehootwel will have a distinctive distinctiveHunan dItlbetlye11JJt ctl e etype
type typeNsmaa
11JJtt
Hunan I Head JfoUanat JfoUanatROSTOV sUeD fdIIftt1 fdIIftt1uaoetsu Fdneatl Dal DalAssoelatNm
uaoetsu uaoetsutJoSTOff AssoelatNmDOSTOX
ROSTOV Jun nAt the convention conventionf
of f the MiUonal al Educational Aa AaIIodatJott AaIIodatJottIn odatlc odatlcin
in July Dr tlta Flag Young YOUR the lint Brstwoman lintwbmuil
topcricteadaat of schools of a aeat agrwt I
eat woman SStcttyTwlU cit city will b be elected president t ftrgl ofA oftcriest of offmericai ofAlBer I
AlBer A fmericai tcriest foremost fcxe lOlt educayoaal orgai orgaiMr orllUJYIIfIC or6aalsslll
sslll Mr = ts Young to SuperlflteBdent of ofScboet ofSehoela ofSeboolaof
Scboet Seboolaof of Chicago ChicagoMsi9irM OIiealn ckksotle
n asrwret 1 1aII1rMC ROS ROSpteeal
pteeal + 1 aII1rMC lea Kahn 1M lea laaed laaedHowl 1fId 1fIdNi
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AIR HEN FIGHT AND SPLIT SPLHAERO SPLITU
AERO U RO vtrn u FINS NJ A ricrom ricromoft EICTORIOrT IcrOR1orT
orT or Ill t nmnExmox nmnExmoxHew OlrUtlR
Hew R Over Credentials Cause H Aeronaut Aeronautical ¬
cal 11 Aatelatta taUa t tll nithdraw From Prenfeoteollea PrItouaU FromCentewtNn
feoteollea ouaU sad O De I Is Aer A Oat QubPest OatPt aobt
Pt t nat Threatened With Arrest ArmtThe AtTho ArrestThe
The Aero Club which Is I trying to con consolldato eon80Mate consolidate
solldato Ib the interest of lb air men Uthi In Inthi inthis
thi this country won a partial victory at atth attho atthe
th the Joint session IOD of 0 oil th the Aeronautical AeronauticAssociation AeronauticalAaaodallon AeronauticalAssociation
Association and the Ih Atrocautlo Faders FederaUon Ftderaflon Faderslion
lion of America held yesterday Imla after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at the lb WaldorfAstoria Many lIa y of olthe oftbe ofthe
the flftyflre representative plall hd b no nobeett not notbeen notbeen
been Initiated In the art rt of flying bu bua blltIcrappera butas
a as scrapper they couldnt be outdone outdoneIn
In tho forenoon th the organization belt beltseparate beldparat heldseparate
separate parat conf conferences rncos although It had hadbeen badbean hadbeen
been announced that they would meat meattogether meotlocetbert meettogether
together at the Hot Hotel Astor to amalgamate amalgamatiInter amalgamatelntresta ma1pmaleInlrat
Inlrat Inter Tb Aeronautical Association Aaaoctatlotwent
went to the lb WaldorfAstoria and nd held heldMparate i iseparate a aseparate
separate meeting with delegates from the theAero theAero th thAero <
Aero Club of America AmericaGeorge AmerttilGNr AmericaGeorge
George GNr M J Myer of Kansas Kao City was waimade Wlilmade wasmale
made temporary chairman of tb the meet meeting mettIna meetlug ¬
lug held at the tb WaldorfAstoria and Dr DrJohn DrJohn DrJohn
John f Kberhardt of Dayton Ohioacted Ohio Ohioacted Ohiocted
acted la that capacity for th the rival or organization oruiulion organization ¬
ganization ThonuM A Hill tit II the seore seorelery ocretery
lery pro tern for the Aeronautlo Federa Federatlon Fedctralion Feileralion
lion of America announced I ollnctt1 that by b some I01nImlatake somemistake ota otamistake <
mistake the deoKtra had got mixed and anilmany andman andmany
many man who were pledged to this Ihl organ organtlon orcanl orcanllion organtealion
lion had hacIonllo gone to the tb other otherThereupon otberThreUJIOO otherThereupon
Thereupon some of those present presentctirion presentcurious Ut Utcurio
curio to know what had happened to tothe toIh tothe
the Ih backslides left < > ft the meeting to t attend attendthe attendthe tt d dIbe
the other At noon Ibe American Aero Aeronautical AmuuUral Aeronautical ¬
nautical Association invited the lb rival rivalliody rlnlhodr rivallady
lady to meet in a joint Jolatlonat session at I oclockThe oclock oclockTbe oclockThl
The Invitation wa accepted ptetl At this thitmeeting tblmfltlnl thismeeting
meeting the Aeronautic Federation olAmerica of ofAmtriCA ofAmeria
America applied for affiliation with the thtAeronautical lb lbAeronaullml theAeronautical
Aeronautical Association Credential Credentialcommittee tsdeotialecommittees tlallt tlalltOIJImlU
committee from hu tb two organltatloni organltatloniwere
were It formed While th the credentials were wertbeing WII WIIMolnl werebeing
being pawed upon the trouble started startedwhich startedwhich tJwblch
which resulted tllt1 in the tb two nrganiatluno nrganiatlunoremaining orplllAUorramalulnl nrganlretlunaremaining
remaining separate separateThe PAra PAraTh I IThe
The Th American Aeronautical Association Associationrefined AodaUonrflld Auociatonrefused
refined to honor several crrdentiaU crrdentiaUpresented e crelenUaai ntJaI4t ntJaI4tlnoMnled
i presented ntd by the rival body because olalleged ol otlltoptl ofalleged
alleged Irregularities It wan asserted aanertadthat assertedthat rtd rtdthcat
that some were not properly roptrl Indorsed Indorsedby
by the dubs dul represented and that others otherswerr ollMoraWI otherswere
were WI auldrreeed 1lt111 to the wrong lon society societyTh aoctetThe ocltyThe
The other side charged tbar that Augustus AugustusPnst AIIIItuchlrman AugustusIot
Pnst chairman of the credentials com awnmlltes commltUw oommil
mltUw mil of the Aeronautical Association Associationhad
had tnisrepmmiiited th the fact and that thaseventeen IbatentCtPf thatseventeen
I seventeen entCtPf of their communications could couldnot rouldnlt couldnot
not be found E T Tandy a delegate delegatfrom delcatellrom delegatefrom
llrom from the Canadian club toM Mr Ir Post Postthst loIth Poetthat
that he h would either have to surrender surrenderthe 11ndrthe
the paper or be arrested arrestedAfter alTNtedI arrestedAfter
After Rnearch mot of the paper papcIfOllol1 were wtrfound werefound
found Mr fr West made no reply to tbe tbetbrrnt tbeIlIrrllt theiii
I threat IberoaaA A lIUI 11 111 chairman of the thtoramltte themmht theemmittee
iii iiithreat oramltte mmht npretwntlot th the h < AeronaViU AeronaViUKfd AfronlutlItdrtlfln
Itdrtlfln I Kfd rutitn iif IIfrl1l merira wa w exrilnl lie lieKlhl II IIi lieski
ski Id b he < wixikl rld tak all of f Ml deVgatmi deVgatmiand 1fIIt 1fIItanll
i
and frin a thai bo b04Flvf bury buryFive y yFlre
Five or six Is dek drloIt > gat went on their feet feetat fltrIIII fretal
at the same tune making iuotk JllOliolDlI > n while wlillother wblltolhertl whileothers
other were blueing blueingA hlinlCrnotitln
A mntkm wt w was carried larr OtI tJ exp expel > l nil 11 dele dckgates deleKate 1 1altl
Kate altl whoa creilentlaU were nuectloned nuectlonedAmong I1I1tl quwetlbndI nfd nfdAmolllC
I Among tho delegate barred from the themeeting th thmtftill themeeting
meeting were er lludunn Maxim W J Ham Hammer lIaroI11fIr Iiammer ¬
mer lr 1 H BuirklK and Thoma A Hill IIIIof Hillf ifillIIf
IIf f tIe Aeronautic HorWIy ri4l1 But I lt after afterheated AltrIoNt1 afterhestel
heated argument the challenged dele delegate dwIltatftl tickgate ¬
Iltatftl gate were > admiltwl and the Ih meeting wa waadjourned we weadJollrnff1 wasaljouroed
until oclock oclockIt
adjourned M I III
It began to look a If harmony would wouldl
II l Is restored but lit when tl the meeting wa wareturned waI wasresumed
returned lImd Ci t ieorjre rjP M Myer 1111 raid that the tbeAmerican II IIAmrIn theAmerican
I American Aeronautical Association would wouldwithdraw wouldwithdraw ollitllthdraw
withdraw The Th insurgents oft ft the I rival rivalInly riyalIond11n rivalIrdy
Inly Iond11n In possession of their quarter and andImmediately andImrnNliatJoly andwent
Immediately went to the Aero Ilnb Ilu of ofAmerica ufi ofAmerica
i America to t urganire urganireTbe urlCJ1RlrI urganireThe
The Aeronautic Federation ftra Ul1 although althoughmiicb althoughmuch hhoujfhrnll
I much rnll b weakened by the lout of delegate delegatealo P PaIeo
can organlred and unanimously elected rlertodHikUon electedIlnaon
HikUon Maxim 1a1ir at a president Mr Maxim Maximsaid fallmaald
said be would only unlyltOCtpt accept the 1 office for forone fortune
one mason rH and that wa that the I he con convention IfIntlon convention ¬
vention had b been n conducted m unfairly unfairlythat unfalrl1tbat unfairlythat
that he proposed to stand by T the or organization urICaDIrtllltI organimtian ¬
ganization and fight to the last Ha II set setAugiMt eetAlIlCllOIt setAugust
August 2 n a asadate a date for the next meeting meetingThirtyeight meetingThirtyigbt tine tineThlrt1lcbt
Thirtyeight delegate drltI teprenenllng a amembership amembenblp amembership
membership of about 3000 went with the theAmerican tbllAmerican theAmerican
American Aeronautical 1 Association to totha 10the tothe
the Aero Club of America The board of ofgovernor ofIfYemo ofgovernors
governor of nllh the Aero A ro dub patted a AlutJon revo revolution rewlutlon ¬
lution saying ylng that the Aero club will con control control control ¬
trol all International event and that the theNational theSatlonal therational
National Council of Affiliated Club the thename tb tbIWIMI thenun
name by whi which h the Aeronautical Associa Association Aeaoclatloo Aoocatiom ¬
tion III I to be known will pass on all allmatter allmatters 11 11mau
matter mau rII pertaining to national affair affairVOir alTalnolr affairsJOw
VOir olr A XEAR NEAREAR TRAOIDE TRAGEDY AT COMO COMONew COMONew
New 1 Yerk Woman OISIUt Uratptag Revolver itevelverFmxl RevolverFeund ftnetrPoand
Feund ta Crtnelery at Bead llcwever llcweverIpttltl nenlfol lawerervprmr
Ipttltl lfol CW c DftftMt M T fila assCouo ass SenCOMO 51 51COMO
COMO June 12 fThe Tb police policemontd were sum summoned sumMond ¬
moned to tb this cemetery her be today toda be because beeUIIII because ¬
cause of a report rt that an American woman womanhad WOIIWIhad womanhad
had been murdered there They found founda
a well dressed woman of about K 3 year yearlying YMnIylnlon yeaslying
Iylnlon lying on th the ground with a revolver in her herband herbantL herbanL
band bantLTwo banLTwo bandTwo
Two chamber of the weapon were wereempty wereempt wereempty
empty but a doctor soon ascertained ascertainedthat
that the woman wa not hurt She 811 bad badsimply badaim hadsimply
aim simply ply fainted When she ah revived mledpointed she shepointed shepolntd
pointed to a satchel tchrl which contained an anannouncement 11IannoUDCemen anIntention
announcement of her Intention to commit commitsiiicld coml1lltalJkld
tof tofthe the danabt danabtShe
siiicld suicidaaang owing 0111 to the Hues 1I1n of her daugh daugh8h
She fer 8h was taken to a hospital where a afurther arurhttr afurther
further examination led to the conclusion conclusionthat
that aha was Intoxicated The police poilcepYe poilcepYeout gava gavaout ve veout
out her name a as Mary Ralxerberg ltal TTe7said They Theysaid 1be1lAId
said an ane was of Austrian descent t but butreaidf a aresident aresident
resident t of New N York She begged the thepolice thepolWe theRparstha
police Rparstha to cable New to Uinburgen bore park Kighty 1UCbtrat Kightyflrst n nnumber
flrst rat street street Xew N York Sh gave no nonumber DOnUlllber
number a as she wo w wu delirious deliriousTbe deJlrJouaThe deliriousThe
The police ascertained later lat that tt she shearrived ah aharrived b
arrived rYd here on Monday Mond from fr Milan 1 She Hbeitayed 8 Shestayed
stayed at h the tb Hotel 101 Bellevu Dd They T be believe h beAlm ¬
lieve laye l she lb ha h has friend frdo In Milan Mil whence wb a she shefled b bBed
Bed with the object of killing herself herselfTh brH brHT herselfThe
Th T spots at he obj fired IIr o missed owing o i the thaixilioe te teplO thepolice
police ay Y to her h being bn Intoxicated 1ntlct Th ThAmerican T TheAmerican
plO American Consul Conul at Milan WI ha bl has been b notl neUfled notlSed DU DUle
Amet1 a
fled of the t ease e In I order that be Mt may auk aukina makethe
le oner
the t nocMory o investigationRanker investigation 1Uptln InvestigationsDanker
Ranker a Mutt t Pay far r his n Wifes 11 Gown GownJane 0 GwwaJane
Jane 6 k Mary I1 Wilson wi costuiner ctwne of ofDublin ofDbln ofDublin
Dbln Dublin recovered Ay a verdict flo for fa 17100 17100igalatt 1 37500against
against a Thomas Tbo A Kevin fml banker bk4 In Int hathe
the t a Supreme 8u Court C yesterday ty They Theytued Theywad uq uqer
wad t for fer gown COW bought bu t by b Mr lra Nevis Xevteswatch N Nevisuehoh eT
watch er her I ht h husband wouldnt WOIt pay y for form rorfa foren
m h the t ground that t h l be had h told l her I not notlo D notto
lo buy I from r ta t WHeat WHeatettCAT W W91T Wilsono51AT
ettCAT 91T SEAR HKAR arxixs srntts lln WATeKt WATeKtH WAT T H HH
H H rant rartly I Hat sit < H r fswew t
OAlailTEROFTIIEMAYOR D aTFROFTr vtoa t1OR WED VTEDlite WEDJI WEDSMb
lite JI Edith FAih Augusta AaClla Garner aJr Bride BrideHarry Ra Ra1m sf sfharry
Harry 1m Kermlt JtU Vlngut Pt In nilmugten nilmugtenWIUIINUTOX 1lllten 1llltenrLurull AllmingtanWtlMDIUTOlt
WIUIINUTOX rLurull Del Dl Jim nKdltl 23FdlthAugusta nKdltlAugust nFlthAUlta
August AUlta Oaynor a daughter duaht of Mayo MayoW Mayorw ayor ayorW
W J Oaynor Oaror of New ew York Yok was married marrlhere marriedh marriedhero
here h today lo to Harry Uar Kermit Kmlt Ytngut Vlolt Vloltew i iXew a aNew
New ew York clubman The To ceremony crmon crmonpoed was waiperformed wasperformed
performed poed by b the th Rev r Dr D George Op I lWolf IWof IWet <
Wolf Wof pastor pnr of the th First Methodist MethodlFplacopal alPhol MethodistEpiscopal
Episcopal Frcp Church Cllrc her he In the offlcft omc o oAndrew of ofAodrw ofAndrew
Andrew Aodrw C Orny State Aat AttomeyOcnera AttomeyOcneraand AtocyOnerl AtocyOnerla
and a d a son In of Judge Jud George Glr Gray OrnyMiss GrayMl Dna DnaYI
Ml Miss Oaynor and ad Mr Ir Vlngut Vnut arrived anituin and andIn arrivedla
in Wilmington Wlmlnctn at I oclock till this afternoon afternoonThey afen afenThey afternoonThey
They were e accompanied cmplf by b Mrs 1 Hal Hallead lal lalt lalstead
lead t Swan fwnof of IU 2 fat Flftyelghtt Flftyelghttstreet nrtyebb nrtyebbt Fiftyeighthstreet
street t New York AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralGray AttomOnrallDray
Gray met the party at th the station tatn and tool toolthem tk tookthem I IIbm
them tn t his hi borne hrn A As soon Wn a as they Ibe bat hadhati bathail ba I Ibarl
hail luncheon Ilnehln th Ibo party went on to t the thicourt lh lhollrt themutt
court ollrt house bll a license It ell u procured procr anc ancthen and andIbe andthen
then Ibe with ih Mr r Gray Ora And ad Mr Swan BwanMr 8wonMr SwanIr
Mr Ir Vlngut 1nllt and Ml 311am 1 Oaynor Oarr went to tcMr toIr toMir
Mr Ir Grays Or office om A clerk Ifk wa w sent lO for foiDr forD forDr
Dr D Wolfe WolfeAfter WolfeArtr WolfeAfter
After Artr the ceremony cmon1 Mr Gray enter entertained entertai ntr ntrtne ¬
tained tne tai nd the th party pt1 at dinner dnne at tb lb the Whiting Wilmington Wlhnl Wlhnlton ¬
ton Country COlmt Club Cllb Mr and an Mr lr Ylngul Ylntutleft Ylngulleft 1Dt 1Dtft
left ft Wilmington Wlmalon at 10 oclock ocock tonight tonightTheir tnlct tnlctlr tonightTheir
Their lr destination detlnal wa Sew York T ork it Ii Iiunderstood I IIndhtood isunderstood
understood Indhtood h b hero re It I I Ia abe al understood understoodthat lIorto
that I Hotel HotelIn they t1 will wi make their home homut at the tb Plan PlanHotel Mr PlaceHotel
10tfi 10tfiIn
In her affidavit 11Lit boor bfo the lb license Uon cUrl cUrlMiss clrk clrkYt clerkMiss
Miss Yt Oaynor Oaror gave la her age a aa it I and bet betparenta be herparents
parents Pttntl as t William Wiim Jand Augusta Augustafayuor Augustafayuorof Uall Oayn01 Oayn01of Oaro I Iu
of u Brooklyn Drklr She la I Mayor Ior OaynortMcond Oaynort Grorll GrorllInd Gaynorssecond
second Ind daughter tudtr Mr 1 Ylngut VoIU mid Mi h hwa bel belw hewas
wa w was M 31 yearn old 01 and a that h he wa ae born mln mlnew In InXew InNew
New ew York tbe ton a of George orl and Burst 8trahVinpd BurstVInrit nb nbVlnll
VInrit VInritMr Vlnll Vlnllrr
Mr rr and Mr Ir H I K Mogul int were regla regirterd reglatered I Ite
tered te at lt the th Plat PlaaUotfllta Hotel lat Ut lt night nightMr allhtr nightMr
Mr r Vlngut Inat I I is a broker bke and ad horseman horsemanH bOfmlD bOfmlDI
H I lie wa born br In Xw York and ant hi hiwas h bewas
was W4 graduated cliatNI from Harvard lIafd In I 1091 1091After 1111 1111Afer l l lAfter
After Afer considerable enable travel he returned ItllIrne to tcIhl totb tothis
tb this Ihl country nt1 and became Im connected Cnee wit witthe wltl with withthe
tll the banking blnc house 10 of Thomas I Is > Manson MantonA Ian IanC
A Co C of 71 7 BroadwayMr Broadway odyYr
Mr Vlagut won a wager r in July Jul 1WW 1WWfrom It 190 190from
from Edward Fwn I Norton ortO another noth brokerby broker brokerliy brobrb1
liy riding rlnc too lO miles mll without wibuut training traiing In Intwentyfour Intfotfour intwentyfour
twentyfour hours bour The test wa W8 W8aDd was mad toadsand madsnd
aDd the bet bt of llnoo 1 won wn oa the BelmonlPark Belmont Blmot BlmotPak BelmontPark
Club Park Pak track Ha le bus ba lived ITt at the Ih RaniixM ItvequstClub RaniixMCluli 111 111eillb
nlf ir rnicE OF WILES ITIBIUlac JU JUoc WILESMini
Mini oc Uerg GHr V Bettewi It1 a llandtetne hlandsemeIllrthdsy llandtetneIllrttiday lalme I
Illrttiday IrU Present It so o III ll Heirsyrnai Heir Heirrnti eCr eCrInl
rnti > Inl CUM ct sW 1NtphIs H > < > K TBS T 1 tos tosIovtio iv ivIxixuox i iJUh
Ixixuox s June JUh 22 21t 22it It 1 k officUlly otir an aniioiuired a a10ml annoimce
iioiuired 10ml noimce d that lbt King Ki l George O < ha h has created createdhb Ce
hb bl eldest el eon the th Duke Dk of Cornwall CornwallPrince CwaU CwaUPlnt CornwallPrint
Prince Plnt of Wale Wa and Earl El of f 0 0UTRrS Qester QesterITRESS > eter eterwept
UTRrS ITRESS DRGR IRO iu iuSwept IW IWwP
wept wP Sway I When 1m MIR Was W Bun ao Hewn HewnDy IIa IIaDr Iwnray
Dy nrtck Drc Barge BargeMU Bar DanteIii
MU li Iii Marion Marl Snider Slr of Kankakev Kukl 111 111n 11 111an
an n actress known on the stage aa MaVtaa MaVtaaTaylot 3o 3oTaylor f I ITaylo
a
Taylor wa w drowned drow In the th Ilndaon lud KIr Hh tU tUlast v vUtt
last t night Kbn lb was of a party p1 of fontIn font fOI fotuein
In a MilT that lht was WI sunk lk in I collision olil with witha Ith Itha
a brick brlo barge br The T three tb other othf were wererescued wrefc1 wererescued
rescued fc1 by r a party In a launch belonging belongingto belulll I
to the lie Y 5 M 1 C A The TIr eolllaion riilon oc occurred f frl occorral ¬
corral rl off o Fort Jor Washington Wuhlnitol Point Pllt near neartlx nr nearthe i iII
the II foot lot of Weal I ITtth 8h street MitMTim streetne trt
Tim 11 party In the skiff IIA ttart started Iart d out 011 from fromHaye rron fromIfayes
Haye 1 boat Lt dub at t the tb foot lot of lltth lltthttroot Ut 14thstreet
street Irt about aLI I a oVIork oril Arthur Ahllr Seymour Seyrnuura Sur Sura
a theatrical manager malll of H 11 SIS West W t IHtli HUl 144111elitist IHtlittreet
elitist and Walter WIr Farnham mbm an n actor actorof actorof t
of 231 M Wet Thirtvnlnth Thlyulnlh tree were wererowing wrerow wererowing
rowing row lac This TI other member Inbr of the tt partywas party partywa prty prtyli
wa Mia 311 li Gertrude Anton of 2U 21 Sleet WettFifteenth SleetFifteenth et etFtrtb
Fifteenth Ftrtb street atreetWlwnt streetWhen trl
When 1 they were w off 0 Fort Jour Wanliiogtou WanliiogtouPoint
Point lont the men len noticed not1 a tug III with wil five fivelargo fy fyIrI livelarge
largo IrI approaching rrln th tw them m and attmnited attmnitedto Ufnlho
to get Iet dear eMr The TI tug passed I but the tide tidnwa ld ldU tidewas
and the Skiff carried carriedtowArd carriedtoward
wa U strong trl light lIat lf wa ni
towArd towa the Ih fist flt barge Lrc no 1 rapidly that the therower th therower
rower roWlra were w unable to t avoid ol being hi struck ttruckThe struckThe trc
The skiff Ilr woe wa hit ht amidships alhl and broken brokenIn brn brnIn
In two I wo and n 11 the four occupant nlpr were werethrown wlr werethrown
thrown Into the water waterSeymour wtr wtrmour waterSeymour
Seymour mour who wa a good o wnitnr wnitnrnet wIRm winimerset r rIt
net It out after Ml Mis 1 Ardett An and railed mll to toramham luamham toFarnham
ramham to look lo after arlr Mil MI Taylor Mi MiTaylor MITaylr Miss MissTaylor
Taylor Taylr was wept Ipt away aa11 so fait fa t that lie lieTor I Ifora tefore
fore Tor Famham Farnha could reach ram h her r the hI hadsunk had hadsunk bd bduk
sunkSeymour sunk sunkHeyrooiir uk
ukHmor Seymour Hmor caught < lllbt Miss Arden nn with wlh hl hlleft hit bl4Ift hitleft <
left Ift hand hd and a swimming with lb hi his right rightmanaged r1 r1maMe rightmanaged
managed I torrha toreach o reach a part Jn of ofthe ollh the skiff kD which whichhelped whichhelped hlebhfl
maMe hfl rived rivedMiM dyedMU helped to support upprt them until unti help 111 111rf ar arrived ardyed ¬
rf MiM MI Taylor hat been bn utAylng Itrlg with withrelative wlh wlhIaUve withrelative
relative IaUve at t tM 6 tt Wett I2lth since tt She Shewa Shewu Shewas
wa 23 2 years YNn old All of the Ib party prtr had hadbeen bd bdII hindbeen
been II member mMnbra of f an a anEaat Kat 1 Lynne Imnep com comthe cornposy
p posy the past p season naoonDOCTOR I IOCtll seasonDOCTOR
DOCTOR OCtll IIIS II OWN UW IUTrI IUTrIn lt 4 WVEtt WVEttl nrenlate
late l et Ills n Holt lt Annul Act lilt I rttherlnlaw rttherlnlawfer ttfa ttfar
fer r Matrimonial atrtmo Premiums PremiumsDr rel
Dr Mark I Knapp K a physician at 6lt 6ltMdion IIIl IllMadison
Madison l avenue aou was w his bl pyc own o counsel counselyesterday 01 01Jten1 counselyesterday
yesterday Jten1 In a suit II In n which whc h h be was waaplaintiff W Wplll wasplaintiff
plll plaintiff before bfore Supreme Spr Court C Justice JusticeGerard lualc JustlyGerard
Gerard Gr and a a jury and a lost l it I Tb Tbdefendant T Thedefendant
cf defendant t wa hi hl lea fatherin fatherinlaw fathtr II aw Adolph AdolphBchlealnger Adlpb AdlpbBla AdolphSchlesinger
Bchlealnger an East Bide real estate tatlt man manThe manThe
Bla Et R r m m1le
1le The cult Ilt was WA based b on 0 an I allegation alleptn that thatwhen thatwbe thatwhen
when wbe Dr Knapp Knpp become be engaged to toBertha toB toBerths
ep
Bertha B Bchleainger linze In I IMS 1 her father fatheriromid Catr Catrpl fatherpromised
promised that if I Knapp Kpp mad m Bertha BerthaDappy B Berthahappy
happy pl happ be b should lo have hf KOO 1 800 on his hi firstwedding first firstwedding ft ftwcina
wedding wcina anniversary alnr KOO 200 on the th second secondand secondand
and 11000 on th the third tblr Dr D Knapp Kp e de dedared d dda dodared
da a dared 10 that he carried out ot hi hl M e part of th thKnapp t the theagreement
C
agreement but that 8IMJ ScMesgngy p WDOI wooldo t
cet anything Schlesinger declared that thatnot
Jrlytln 8ln d tt ttb
147 b Dt not only paid the t 0 w but bt gave Yo Dr DrKnapp D
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Knapp many m1 more mo thousand tba In Is spit spitof spitof U Uor
of Kp his bl daughter dUte declaration dtl that her bermarried Ir IrI hermailed
married I life lfe wasnt wuC happy hpp Thy parted partedml pr
ml in I 1109 1109Harold
mlHarold I IU Harold Hocfadorf l0r counsel eL for tb te the de defendant d defendant ¬
f fendant U t took keen k delight In I strewing ttrewingDr 11
t dldt
D Dr Knapp Kn Kneppspath path th with technical ilc object objections oJ oJti objectticros ¬
tions ti especially e U1 when wh th the plaintiff platatWoouascl plal plaintiffcounsel
counsel wo w was putting pUi putting himself bl through tp tpc a adirect adirect
o direct examination xUo Aa A fast fa aa coons coonsor CI CIlor counsel counselfor
c for or the th t defendant dfedt objected oJo Dr Knapp Kruppbed Knappad K
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ITIUCA June lle 32 33The Tha T most mO important ImportanlInddant Ipan IpanIddt importantincident
incident Iddt of alumni aumal day da at Cornell Cl was th thformal the thefo thefonnal
formal fo announcement a oe at noun DO today tI bj bjPreoldant b byPresident
President Pdt Schurman Shu of th th the university imlvwsltjthat tlnUtt
that tt the th lat lt late Ooldwln Gldwi Smith Smit had be baqueathed bequth bequeathd
queathed quth all al hit hl residuary rldl estate eate to Cor Cornell C CosDell ¬
nell n1 University Uunnlt Dr D Bchurman 8ura salt a < to tcth tothe tothe
th the alumni lulll ta their annual allonl meeting mnc that tht It Itwa Itno itwit
wa not no known kow how much this t bequest bequettwould b bequestwouldamowot
would wodmount wouldamowot amount to but bt It I U I rumorrd Imo that It Itwill Itw Itwill
will probably exceed 110000 1000000 1000000President IOW000President
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President Ptd Bohurmxn 8u came c to t he meet meetIng m meetlog
log Il of tba t alumni alui and ad bU entrance etrc wax waxunxpctd W WuuZ wasunoxpecd
unxpctd uuZ Ba 1 to I not Do a member meb of the ItaAlumni theAlul theAlumni
Alumni Alul AModaUan At of the th university universityand uolw y ya
and most of the thew who saw lW him enter the thiroom ther theroom
a t b Wh hl et
room r thought tht bo h had h com e merely mly to snow snowhi showhi bw bwb
hi b hi friendly frdyltt lntrwt In th tM alumni Aahi Aahiwalked As h be bewalked
walked llkr up to th th the desk dl of the th praidant pt bewaa be heWu bewas
was greeted Itl with trvmondou tr cheering cheeringTho co coTumnl cheeringThoalumni
Tho Tumnl Thoalumni alumnlatthatlm at atthetime theU were we weretakingabllot weretakingabllotto taking tak a ballot ballotto IUo IUoto
to chooso o a gccator I to th the late lat Charles CharlesC Carl8 Carl8C
C C Dickinson Dckl tha banker bke of dew York YorkDr rorkD YorkDr
Dr D Bohurman 8un whispered whlp to the president presidentof pldt pldto
of o tha th association utoa who immediately immediatelyrapped 1me1 1me1rpp immediatelyrapped
rapped rpp for ro order o and atd suggested uue that tl tlproceeding the thepinp theproceedings
proceeding pinp b be stopped to listen llte to a aword IIo aword
word o from fm the president pldt Iop of oftbe th the university universityIntimating uolMly uolMlyIlltln universityintimating
Intimating Illtln that an a announcement aocet of tin tinosual la tinusual
usual 1 importance Impanc was to b b be made madeDr ma madeDr
Dr Bchurman 8u came ce to the front rr and anilbegan ad adp andbegan
began p to pay a simple tribute trbe to the t memory mem memory m ¬
ory o of Goldwtn Golw Smith Omtb The T alumni alui had hadalready b hadaimedy
already alry taken taeltab suitable action aco on the th death deathof d
of Mr a Smith Slt And a d It was w thought tbeh that thatPresident thatPdnt thatPresdent
President Pdnt Schurman Bu had not no known kow It ItAfter I itAfter
After Afte a few re sentence ttec of sincere onr tribute trlbutito trlbt trlbtto
to tb the t memory mmO of the great a scholar II who whohelped wh whohelped
helped to found lod Cornell CI President Pt Bchur Bchurman Ru Sciturman ¬
man m said Id h he had b an a announcement aIO to tamake tomake tomake
make He I would 01 read an extract Itra from fromthe fromlhe fromthe
the will wi of Goldwin Smith Sith which Whc U I to b bprobated be bepbtetl beprobated
probated pbtetl next week k In Toronto Torolo H Hread 1 lie lieread
read tbe following followingAll fololnr
All the ret t and a residue Id ue of my IY estate ettaltI ftale ftaleI
I give Civ devise dvi and n bequeath LuMth to Cornell CornellUniversity CornellUnlvrrtr CornellUniversity
University Unlvrrtr in I tho tu State of Se New York YorkUnited rorkUltC YorkUnted
United UltC State of America Amtra absolutely absolutelyta ahlule
ta b be used 1 by b the tb board b of trustee lrt for forthe forth forthe
the th promotion especially fplal1 of liberal 1IbluN studies studlelanguage studieslanguages
language 11 ancient aPDt and a modern moem literature literaturephilosophy Uletun Uletunpl literaturephilosophy >
philosophy pl lop1 history htO1 and a political plle science sciencefor aec
for which wble provision proYon ha ha been n made m In Inthe Inthe inthe
the the new n ball bal which bear bre my name and andto andto
to tributed tributedIn Irbute th the building bullal of which hch my wife wie has h con contributed C contributd ¬
In confirming collrmlal this bequest WuNI my detiri desire desireis Ire IreI
i is to how a my mtabmtnt attachment lo the univer nnirersty univerity Ine
sty aly ity In th the foundation foultol of which wbe I had ba the thehonor tb tbhonr thehonor
honor honr of taking tDe part p to pay py my IY respect respectto rept
to the memory mfo1 of Ezra F Cornell rol and to tohow 10ahow toshow
how my Attachment athmet A An Englishman Englishmanto tclbm
to th I he union ul of th the two I wo branches branc ofottr orawrace ofottrrace oo
race nO on his thll continent cltlnnc with wit each Nh other otherand olbttra otherand
and a with their tbPr common omoo mother motherTlie motherThe
The 1 announcement anlountmt of Ibis Ibllr gift which I Iprobably III IIIprobbl Uprobably
probably U tl the > lat private pryl benefaction benefac tf tfUon beenefaalion ¬
lion Cornell hat ever received wa walUfened waslistened
fe
listened Illll to with wih silence In but with pro proround pr profound
round foun satisfaction NUsfalon by the Ih more 10 than 900 900alumni S Sooatumnl
alumni who were In attendance at the themeeting Ih Ihmtinl themeeting
UnanCII
meeting mtinl Thlargettgiftevarbequeathed Thlargettgiftevarbequeathedto Thlarll Thelargeet Jf gift ever r IMUlhN bequeathed bequeathedto
to Cornell onlll before bfo wa by Jennie me McGraw McOrawFleke lcrw lcrwnlk McGrawFlske
Fleke nlk The Th university lolvol11 was w deprived depriP of ofmot nfmOl ofmat
mot mOl of that tai through a decision deelol of the theUnited IhtlUni heUnlledStates
United Uni UnlledStates Stale Rtle Bupmne Rupr upln tnetourtthataclause tnetourtthataclausein Court tolrt that aclatuw aclatuwin a I
in lit I charter charte limiting Iltlln It I its capital plal would wouldnot
not permit pit II I to receive re II I Therefore Thereforethis Thereforthit Theo Theothi
this announcement anDOltCfmet marked mrkt a red r letter letterday lll letterday
day In the history hilor of Cornell In the Ih matter matterof maier maierof
of private benefaction benefactionIIEAnS bplol bplolIU4D benefactionsIIEAD1
IIEAnS AS I A 1 HERO IiEROxtcManri HEROMellanm IIml IImlttUaOI
Mellanm ttUaOI ills a DUmbted D mt at a Fireman Flrmaa 1 en enthe o oI
I the tie Charge bf That t lieShrunk He lt Nlrnek a nmaa nmaaAndrew iteniaoAndrew aa aaAndw
Andrew P McManut a fireman IIr who whowas whuWa whowas
was Wa dlsmlswd dlllM d by Fire FrtI Commissioner CommlwlonerWaklo Commlloer CommlloerWallo CommissionerWaldo
Waklo Wallo on the tb ground that ha struck a awoman AWOO awoman
woman WOO who Interfered 11rP when wbt he was w hav havng havinC haylog
inC ng an altercation altrll with lb hi his wife wll got 10 a awrit awrl awrit
writ wrl of ef certiorari yesterday 1Htenr from fr Supreme SupremeCourt MupremeCourt upme upmenn
Court nn J alice 01 fliegericfa O r In which he hedeclared hedlrl hedeclared
declared dlrl that he II wa Wa a hero er of notably notablydaring notablrd1rinl notablydaring
daring d1rinl rescue fu and ad had been II cotnplf cotnplfmented cpl cplIt complmmented
mented It by b the Ibl pro pines prs and Id recommended recommendedfor folmtd folmtdfnr
for the honor hoor lit littHEHREES litIWR11J listIEOREES
HEHREES IWR11J FOR FiI AllATORH AllATORHimille t1ItTORSOrville UUTtln9Irlll
Orville Irlll and TtnDnr Wt ItrlcM rtlt Made d nctrt nctrtf Pt Pte
e of f Laws L by b Otwrtln OtwrtlnOBCKLW Obl Oberlin1BLRLIN
OBCKLW OUILIN Ohio June JU n T The e board boardof b
of trustee Ift of o Oberlin Obrli College Coll at the lat latmlnuta lt ltmlnu teatminute
minute reconsidered rnr it refusal fu to grant grantOrvill at grantOrville
Orville 01 and Wilbur W bur Wright Wrht the aviator avi ada srstore ¬
a store ator t tb the degree 1 of doctor door of law Jwa andgranted and andgranted a d dvanled
granted tb the honpra honor hpr Just before fore tb ibe alumni alumnidinner alumnidieter Iuni Iunidnr
dinner dnr todayThe today todayThe toda1T
The T faculty faclr had h announced anaoun It its Inten Intention Ilt lalmlion ¬
lion lo of conferring ctn the degree dII on the theWrighU tbeWrb theWdgbta
WrighU WrighUTha Wrb WdgbtaThe
WrbT The T Wright WrlaL left ln town 1 and ad went n to toCleveland 0Cllel toCleveland
Cleveland Cllel today t when bn the t trustee tr re refused isfused ¬
fused flg to Indoraa Io the t faculty action ai A Atelegram Awicm Atelegram
telegram wicm sent It there tht notified DOtll them t of the thetrustee thetrt thetrustees
trustee trt e change of front frl And Od they ty came camebock C amback
bock b The T d dz degrees > grM were formally rolly con conferred e unfenced ¬
fenced fr Immediately Immltl on o their tir return returnTha ret returnThe
The Te Wright WrU were w flrtt an notified DW a week waaksgo weekago k
yetterday t JeiterdsyMeanwhile ago yetterdayMeanwhile1 1 and a came cm here br from fl Dayton Dyn late lateyetterday lte ltet leaJeiterdsy
Meanwhile Kwbll th t the trustee t of the college collegebearine colla allegebaring
baring hHrr about at th th the faculty rlclt action lon be became beam ¬
came 1 angry a The T trustees t have ha th t the sole solepower solepower le lepr
pr power to grant vnt degrees de and they took tookIt tk tkIt
It ss I an affront on tie faculty lacl part partlo p
to announce aouoc that tht they thp would wold give lly this thaWrighU tbeWrlht thisWright
Wrlht Wright degree dll before bfore the th trustees truJt had hadmet b hatmet
mit met and an considered Or thu matter Jttr JttrTIIU jnatterTilEI matterTHEY
THEY TIIU BLESS BlE TBK HEAT IE4r WAVE VTAYEIt A5E A5En
It Increased la Demand Dle for Salt 8 Cases c and andWan sl endWee
Wan l far Maker d Thetr T nr eIr Strike StrikeThe HtrBcFThe Itrp ItrpTe
The Te general IMr strike t of suit alt case e maker makerfor mra mrafor makersfor
for a nut nine hour workday nrdar and An Incre Increof lne Increase Increaseof
of 10 1op0 per r cent ot In wage which began begankbont b beganshell
pr
shell a two month mnt ago AO wan w settled Itl yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday The Th strikers kkf returned tume to work workkt r
kt a ta an advance adYnO In I wages Wp It t wa WI stated statedthat statedthat t wo
that the t hot wave W sending folks lol to oool ooolretort 01 01rn coolttnorte
and stimulating I the demand forisit
retort UmulaUm te dm for rort forsuit
rn a
suit t case had bi a good el deal to do with withpndlng lrthtndlnl wit witending
ending the strike strikeAddition Arik ArikAdto strikeAddltton
Addition Adto ta t White tte Haute Haf Library LibraryWAIBIKOTOX L IdkraryWasulwovo
WAIBIKOTOX WAurxc Jim lu 22 nThe The latest I adn ad addition a ¬
dition diUo to t the U White wt Hoot OU library Ub I I la the thalutobiograpby de deabolp theautob
abolp autob lutobiograpby ograpby of o Battling BUI Nelson Ne MrNeeon Mr MrXetooo MrNe
Xetooo Ne called at a Ih te the Watt W hoses HI recently recentlyKid rly rlyme
Kid met me e FrateMat Pc Taft Ta With WIN Mr list Xt4leaa N Nae listseal
seal aatobiofn ae autekio jr a a3ue a friendly fr
IPI letter to t DM Pretfdent 1 Mplalntnc th thIHerary d the theINeraty
IHerary value of MM week werkwxw w weektleitrt f
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HISS MI DEACON IF4COY NOT NO MARRIED MARRIEDPMtpoarmrnt JIARRIEDPeatponement laaltD laaltDtpDfft
PMtpoarmrnt tpDfft O W f Wedding Welns I Ie Prince FrmciRadxlwltl PrinceNadalwhU le leRalwll
Radxlwltl Ralwll mutest mtt BrptanatUo BrptanatUojpMtil Rata Ratapod ExpIaiatieoSpnct
jpMtil pod C4V C I txtt lJIrplJlcJt M it tun Son SonIXJXDOX 11I1 11I11oDOII trodLennox
Lennox June 22 22Tho Tha marriage ol olIVinoeAntoU orlrlnce ofPrince
IVinoeAntoU Prince Antoine Albert Radtiwlll of Bunk Bunkand nuaaand Russiaand
and Miss Dorothy Deacon of Boston and andNewport andNewport andNewport
Newport did not tako place to london Koodootoday londontocla iondontoday
today tocla aa a scheduled A crowd gathered gatheredoutslda gatheredoutside athered atheredoutaldcl
outside th the church where they were to tab tobe tobe
b be married and a special lll1uad equal of polloi poliowas polloiwa
wa W on duty dut but th the bride and bride bridegroom brideIfOOIJI bridegroom
groom did not appear appearNo
No Information waa given out beyond beyondth
th the statement that the marriage marrla would woaVInot Woudnot wouldtint
not take place today It la understood undentoolthat
that sum dIOoulty ha hat rUn in regard regardto
to the necetury paper to mak the themarriage themarriap themarriage
marriage legal legalThe lepln legalThe
The n Xrrntacr Nita V state that the wed wedding wtlddin wedding ¬ I
ding din wa vu postponed for private reasons raonsand tUaonand reasonssod
and nd that It Itwfl will take placo on Saturday SaturdaySAlS Scitunla1U1S SaturdaySAis
SAlS fl4VVOlt POC5VT DOE r If WANT IT ITCol 11Cel ITcot
cot nicest Ray1Hena May Ha Has Talked raIYMWith ntta Him HimA III IIIAboat filmAtreut I
A beat Jtomtoatlen aUcnt for OvernrIUp OvernrIUpCol
Col Alexander B Baoon of Brooklyn Brooklynwho
who ha been prominent In the th Republican Bepubllcanand B publlcauand
and Hearst organisations and U now nowcroa a agreat agroat
great croa admirer of Mayor Oaynor aid eealdyesterday aidyterda M Mreaterday
yesterday that he had spoken to theMayor th thUayor the theUayor
Uayor about the talk of nominating him himfor himfor himfor
for Governor OovsmorMayor 001IIOrMayor GovernorMayor
Mayor Qaynor Cell Baton saiddidnt said saiddidnt aaIddldDt I
didnt say III that h he would consider any anyon IIA IIAone anyone
on one unfriendly who talked about hi hianom hianomlulloa his nomlnstion nom nomination ¬
ination but be expressed hlmatlf upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the subject very directly direct I and forcibly forciblyI fCllCiblI
I I dont think the Mayor lIayorWa wata tath he nomina nomination nomInAtJOD nomtnalion ¬
lion and I dont don think that he h would wouldtake Wouldtake wouldtake
take It 11TWB itTWENTI
TWB TWENTI T1 HURT 1 1 ix ixlfctgh WRECK WRECKIAIIllb WRECKlrntgh
lfctgh Valleys aUf New N fle VrkChlrag Chlesge Ex Express F FDfta1ed Espress
press Derailed DerdleiLPiero DerailedKiinox Dfta1edfUfoC
Kiinox e Pa June SJ 22Twft1tr Twenty person personwere perlOnWmt personswere
were slightly Ubtl Injured In an accident on onthe onth onthe
the th Iehlgh Valley 11 Railroad just Wet of ofFreemantburg ofFreernaoabWl ofFreemanaburg
Freemantburg this afternoon when train trainffo trainNo7 trainNo
ffo No7 7 the New N YorkChicago Express Expressleaving Elp ElpI Expressleaving
leaving I nn New York at 10 oclock WAS de derailed d drailed tierailed ¬
railedThe railed railedTh railedThe
Th The engine and tend lender r were completely completelywrecked eoloplettlrwrecked completelywrecked
wrecked The baggage car two day daycoachm d dcoach daycoaches
coach the Pullman and all 11 bttt the therear th thfNr therear
rear trucks of th the dining car were aUo aUoderailed allloderailed alsoderailed
derailed derailedThe derailedhe derailedThe I
The accident I II believed to have been beendue IItfltdue beendue
due to the beat which U supposed to have bavecaused bit bit0UMd havecaused
caused the rail to buckle buckleOnly bucklt0111y buckleOnly
Only one passenger n had to be taken takento
to St Lukea wkeIINpltal Hospital at South Btdilebem BtdilebemH lO lOII
H He we W F A Port of New i York who bo auf sealfend aufrnod uf ufred
fend > red from a dislocated shoulder l uldOf and andinnse aadbruttI nodbruisees
I
bruttI innse to the body bodyEX bod bodGr bodyOEN
Gr OEN EX WONTao VOVrOOJfglM MRR1 AttRESTED AttRESTEDAnt
Ant Umatbed tbrc1 Rxprrfa Fxpre s Wagon acOD and Free Fraetered FrapeIIIIfd Freetoted
tered Drtms T ttrs McoiL f1kuILNtw McoiLXtw lit litDu
Xtw Harms Du June SOen Phelps PbelpMontgomery PbetpaMoatcomerr PhelpsMontgomery
Montgomery of this city wa put under underarrest UDdrarret underattest
arrest arret tonight charged with fatally fatallyInjuring fatall fatallInJurIna fatallyinjuring
Injuring ThomVui II l Lord > nl driver of an anflxprea anelprMe anerpren
flxprea wagon wagonOtn wqoaGen wagonGen
Gen Montgomery wa wu returning In hi hiautomobile ble bleut bleautonrobialate
automobile nobUelate ut lax last Jutt last night with a party partyof
of M Yale men who bad been out to a aclaa aclaM aclass
claM supper It wa w said Id that Uw auto automobile autoInoblle automobile ¬
mobile was w going fifty mile an hour hourwhen hourwh hourwhen
when wh It hit Lord express wagon wagonLord woaLord wagonLord
Lord I ii In the hospital with a fractured fracturedskull fratturtlII fracturedkulh
skull skull0n II kulhaen ull
0n ullor Montgomery wa was released rtl under underoro undert2o00
3000 oro bond furnished by Dr I leonard 1eODaItiBanlord leonardSanford onanllanford
Sanford of this city fen Montgomery Montgomeryla lont 1 1Ia
la a lawyer lawyerHASHERS Iayer1JtKrR5 lawyerDiXiiERS
HASHERS WIFE A t SUICIDE SlICWEMr r leI leIIra
Mr Ira n P U ItanUni ef Ulrntlncham UlrntlnchamAla Ultmlnlhala
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Ala Ketmd 11 Dead In Seem tteemBUMIXOHAU A ABIUIXOHAU SeemBlniwconaL
BUMIXOHAU Ala June 12 2n Mr W WP WP V VP
P 0 Harding wife of the lb president pro ldent of ofshe of ofhe ofthe
he she First Int National Rank of Birmingham Birminghamhe n ntho
he largest bank In Alabama wa found foundlead rounddCCd founddead
lead in her home today with a pistol pittolshot platolahot pistolJet
shot through her heart h A pistol lay laynear la lanMr laynear
near by A note was found in the tb room roomMr roomMI1I roomMs
Mr Harding was 3 33 years MI1I old yester yeelerday yesterday 1NIrda ¬
day dayMr da
Mr Handing < It I on hi his way wa via steamer steamerSavannah tUumrrlavannab ta1mntIonnnab
lavannab from Sew York and will not notget notget
get 1 here until Thunday or Friday The Thaleceated Th ThdIccIuetI Thedreaetl
leceated ha bas three little girls the eldest eldettwing eldthlnc eldestbring
wing with the th father on the New York Yorkrip rnrlrlrip Yorktrip
rip tripASTOR ripASTOII
ASTOR IIOMS THAT SUN SlIRlXKrrlnetpal SUNIr1lM1 SIJRGXliMnelpal
rrlnetpal Ir1lM1 tal ef r Caroline Aster tr Trust Fund FunsFeu FundFrll FIuMtFrll
Frll oa 4 aB aacPrr Per Cent In IO 0 Tears TearsWilliam nnWJllIam yearsWilliam
William M Hoe referee in n the Anal ac accounting accounllnc cccounting ¬
counting of Douglas Robinson Robert RobertI
n I M Ferguson and James Rooeevelt RoaeveltRoosevelt Rooeevelttooee RooeeyoltRooeIeYelt I
Roosevelt tooee velt a 0s trustees truat trusteeotthe of th fund fUMllft set metaside metasideby aside asidey idll idllb1
b1 > y William Aator to par an annuity of oflSOnoo ofuoip0
40000 to hi his wife Caroline Carol In Af Altornd Astor tor and the tbeaxni thetaue thefalse I
false and assessments on the th Astor home homen
In n Fifth avenue reported yesterday thatTrustees that thatrustee tbatTruatee
Trustees rustee Robinson and Roosevelt R are ro en enItled entltid D Dtitled
titled to commission of I7K5 each for fortheir forthlr fortheir
their Ua yeas work ork and Mr Ferguson II III aentitled I Ientitled IIIeDtitled
entitled to tlSIU tlSIUTh IIUso1b 13159The
The Th trustee reported that for the theooo theMo
Mo 0000 ooo annuity to Mrs Astor bond worth worthl42fnt WortbImnl
l42fnt were nt eel aside which depreciated dtpreclatedtojftt deprecated01I2
tojftt 112 la ten yean After paying back backh backthe backthe
the h principal to th the Actor AItartAI estate thetrua thetruaU the true truetftS truetees
tees U had tn117 of th the Income left leftMfi IfnlIJU
111 Mfi 1 MOB TOO EMPHATIC EMPHATICBfepmrd EMPHATICltptrWd EMPHATICDYpesed
Bfepmrd by PU Pelee tIN e fr lIbout Shouting for forArntlrattoa forttbitralkwr or orrabr
Arntlrattoa rabr er War floe Eeoader Feuaderspensi EeoaderSftrttt FoIIIaderprrfol
Sftrttt CM c OriptK IN S I T Tax s So SoLIMA 8t1Iltlla acsitKa
LIMA Peru June 22 nXow Xow that tb tbanger the thedaopr thedanger
danger anger of war with Ecuador ha passed passedMinister pasWnIter pavedMinister
Minister of War Hinds bar resigned be because be0UtII because ¬
cause of 111 health The President baa hasaccepted ha haaccepted baaacotpttd
accepted the resignation resignationA
A maw meeting wa held ID n the prin principal principal pdnci ¬
ci cipal l square uara this afternoon at t which whichDTderly wWeborderI whichorderly I
orderly speeches were made The crowd crowdrawiver crowdbower crowdhowever
bower rawiver were not so o orderly orderl and after afternduf offerindulging i
100 indulging nduf tine In about of Long live Peru Perotand Pruland Peruand I
and Long hive It the army they became becamenub cmefit
a nub fit 0 too daiaonstrativa In their patri patrijUtm patriot1am paulotl I
jUtm otl in and began pn to toOlI yell for forarbdtstlon arbitration or orirar orWar orwar i
War irarThereupon Thereupon tb the police prudently di diPresidents dill dillpered dintoed > I i
pered toed them themPresidents
theraPrest
Presidents UK In Town TewnMrs orewaKtL TownMrs
Mrs Taft tbwfe die Wife of the Presidentirrived Presidentarrived President PreeldmtarrITed
arrived In New N York yesterday after aftersoon afterDOOR afternoon
soon and spent th the night it the home homeof bomof
of Henry W Taft flh like e leave today todayer tocIa tocIarer
for er Bsveriy Ma Maas I aad at New Haven Havelwill Havenwltt KaYII1wUIN
will wUIN h ho joined b by 1 ber sun Robert Roborth RoborthrM who whograduate whomates
rM graduate lremYale fpear f ran Tale and by JIll JIlltaft keen keenThe Hetenaft
taft mates aft TkPr The PreIkIettt W twlHBotl Wi will l not lean avWub avWubth Wash Waabpea WashtadH
pea tatH the th middle hleU of set ext at we WM k at ats atNTA
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GOY DAEMON HAZED FOR 1912 1912DEMOCRATS
OUIO DEMOCRATS INDORSE HJV HJVIX 8111IX 11LuIN
IX SPECIAL RESOLUTION RESOLUTIONBeaamtaatlan
1 1BmtSGn 1 1Beaomtaalon
Beaamtaatlan and Boost for tae Fresh PrestdtMT Freshdeey Prertdroey
droey Given Without a DUn DUMaUiurVatcaPtatform DUnol nhseaungVotePlatform
VatcaPtatform ol ptaltona Dealt llertly With Withtat WIthItate Withstate
state tat lato issues Especially BIptcI BspeduTWUIBefarmt BspeduTWUIBefarmtDaTroi Wtta Bef Betonal BetonalDTf01f rmi rmiDJLTTOIC
DJLTTOIC Ohio June 2200 Oov Judson JudjoaHarmoo JudsonUumon 1 1Hnuoo
Harmoo wa Wall rtnominated by acclama acclamation ¬ I ItIoa
lion In th the DmocraUo State eoanaitoti eoanaitotitoday 0CID1ItDUcm1cMIa couvlmttont0ay
today todayTha 1cMIa t0ayRte
1cMIaTbe j jtho
Rte foIloTrinareaoliitloo Following resolutlon prepared by bytha bythe
the committee oommt on resolution and pta ptaform piarorm pies piesform
form declaring declarlnlllrmon Harmon to b be to oholo oholoof ohoIoeof
of tb the Demoorata of Ohio for PratkUet PratkUetIn
In 1U2 112 wa wu unanlmouoly adopted amid aatdcheer amidcheer
cheer ch before th the platform was pre pretented paretented
tented tentedW
We W Invite to the attention atl of die nation nationto
to Jndson Harmon and the work be fei feidoing isdoing
doing for Ohio Two Tworea years hence lienoIlL It wflhave winhaw win willhave
have been completed Than we cn spats tparehim spatshim
him for larger duties dutl Ho believes belJeftSauIIt I tet tetguilt e eguilt
guilt I II personalIs acting aotln on that belief battefat f I Iat
at home and would act upon U In wider wI4trftelda widerfieldss widorfield
field A high sense of duty provides M Monly Me kleonly Memoth
only motive for official action and his hissense hi hiate i i101I88
ate sense of justice alone compels judgment JcdgmectFlrmnea judgmentFirmness 1 1Flrmnea
Flrmnea and strength mark him the man manto manto
to supplant vacillation and weakgea weakgeaThe weab weabTbe WtIIIIaTho
The nation needs A real man manlUtd And th the Ohio OhioDemocracy OhioDemoeracr
Democracy present and Indorse for fortbe forthe forthe 1
the Presidency In 1812 Judaon HArmon HArmonOov DarmonG0ev
Oov Harmons friend prepared tb tbresolution the thereeoIutlon thenssolotion
resolution and the th convention accepted acceptedIt
It unanimously In the belief that It i wa wathe fttthe wetthe
the opportune moment momen to place him himquarely himsquarely j jequatel
squarely before th the country a at a Presi Presidential PIwIdfl1tlal ¬
dental candidate candidateThen candidateThere i iThere
There will be no State convention and andno andno 1 1no
no opportunity next year yearFormer yearFormer 1 1Fonner
Former State Senator Alfred M Cohen Cohenof
of Cincinnati placed Harmonin nomina nomination n0mination ¬ i
tion Mr Cohen recounted Joy Bar Harmon Barmon Hatmono ¬
mon career and wound up by declaring declaringOov cltdarlncOov
Oov Harmon it A big bl man man in every everysens everysense ry ry1IfIIIIII
sense HI His personality Is inspiring lnapt Man Manlove Menlove
love 10 to feast their eye on hi Me bountiful bountifulform bountifulrann bountiMform
form and when they tb clasp hi h1 good right righthandle rIb rIbhandeJze righthandelse
handle not at a all effeminate effeminateIn tIel oatein in their theirthey theirsthey I
they feel by the heartiness of it Et touch touchthat touchht touchthat
that bloodreal red blood instinct with withlife wltllUrthrobe withlifethrobs
life Urthrobe throb in It ILl veins veilsThus veinsThus veluaTbua
Thus briefly brie y we coma to know why whyOOT whyGov by I IUannon
OOT Harmon loom large in the public publicaye 1 1e Ieye
aye e He II I la honest Ua Ia I Able lie U UIndiHtrious W1ndlltriOua UIndustrious
Industrious lie ha baa th the courage of his hisconvictions J lconviction
convictions lIe is I the finest type or orAmerican ofAmerican i iAmerltAD
American nahlpwblcb citlranshlp citl which means that thatbe thuhe J Jof
be la one of th the be truest gentlemen aenl men In all the thaworld J Jworld
r rW
world worldWe
We W shall renominata him for or Governor Governortoday OoTtmortoda Governortoday
today toda The people will 11I reelect him in inNovember IIINoftlnber inNovember j
November 11 Ha please God will fill Aiout fillout IUou
out ou hi hie second coed term and Af alter tor a abort In Interval In IntIt1111 interval ¬
terval tIt1111 will be the next tenant of the White WhitoHouse 1sltoUouatI Whitehouse
House HouseTha houseThe
UouatIbe The roll call wa w suspended S and the thtdelegate tb thedelegates
delegate rising and chesring nominated nominatedHarmon aomInatedIlAnnon nominatedIlarmoa j
Harmon by acclamation A committee committeewas
was w sent ot out to t bring Oov Harmon before beforethe beforethe I
the th convention conventionMeantime COIIYllntlonYtWlflme conventionMeantime
Meantime J Bpriggs McMahon chair chairman chairman ¬
man of the committee on resolution read readthe readthe readthe
the platform and announced Atmoun td that th thTwentieth the thoTwtntJth theTwentieth j
Twentieth and Twentyfirst Congress eon dis dittricta district dl dltriot ¬
trict Cleveland would submit a minority minorityreport mi minoritysport orltr orltrport
report port on the question of naming a candi candidate catIdJdah ¬ J Jdate
date for United States Senator In the thiconvention tPl theconvention I Iooo1nUon
convention The platform Aa prepared preparedby p pared
by Ute committeemen tOmm Itteellltn representing th thremaining the theremaining i imalnlnlt
District Dittrictlof i iof
remaining nineteen CoDer
of the tI State was w a as follow followWe followWltlubmlt followsWe
We Wltlubmlt submit to th the voters 0 this record mid madeand midsnd m man1
and matins akhlC br b the pre prltfnt ent Democrats DemocratsHlate DfnlocnllIIIt
Hlate admlnlntratlon admlnlntratlonEvery dmlolt r1 Ion I 1Every IEu
Every Eu dollar of the t h peoples JIfOpl money mon en enhand 011halld onband
hand U I working for them Intttad of for forofficeholder loromffhold foromeekotders
officeholder and ntI favored politiciandravtaa politician polIUdadraltIII pobictantdrawlet
dravtaa full interest a u a result of fair faircompetition ralrNlm faircempctition
competition Nlm tdlloa And 00 that interest 81 t I la now nowall 11 nowall L
all tofue c ue Into the treasury for the tb flrti flrtillmt estime f
time hi many RIn RInInld yearn yearsInstead yearnInMead
Instead of protect protCdlnc I n < and nd defending defendingrafter dtlrndlnCTCI defendingtraftrru
traftrru CTCI rafter p pa it wt w the Ih war of ItepuMletn ItepuMletnuftlten IIpubl Usputdkenomces n numt
umt uftlten the th prlOt > reenl lovernor It I htvin htvinthem hnlneIhrm havlnathem
them procwufed JIfOII4 ttd and wed for the return returnto
to the Htale of nuny II1ln thousands of dollar dellmerured dell dellurN dollarsecured
secured urN by fraud and wrongdoing roncdoln Fvery Fveryacenty Ey Eyu Frryagency
agency u y at 1 hl h his command I ht being btln employed employedlo
lo brine to trrvunt unt offlreni who wee werrecreant w wrfCrhI weerecreant
recreant to lh the trust reposed r In them ttmIh by byWr bythe
Ih the ppl penpieWe pplw
Wr w favor the Ih rallHratlon of In the Ineoin Ineoinx Ineoratu Ineomstax
tu x amrndmriit of the Federal Constitu Contttulion Constitution Coa ilu ilulioll ¬
lion which hb wt w stifled tlfl d by b the present Kt KtpuMlcan II lieputliean
puMlcan Ixvldtlur IxvldtlurWedrmand LralhrtW
Wedrmand W Re demand the th election tloa of o Cnllrd State RtalMRnuton RtI StateSenators
Senators by b direct vote ot of the people To ToIhtt Totht ToItst
Ihtt end we w iiidce t Dmomtlo Lecttlt Lecttltlure Leclallur Le tsls tslslure
lure to take the necessary nfC action looking lookingto
to a convention of the State fllt to adopt the thtconstitutional theconstitutional
ronlltullollalamndmmt constitutional amendment required d PlOd Pfodlor PlOdliar Prodfag
liar fag tb the campilrn for compliance with lIIi In Inpeopltt the tllapfOpla theprop
prop peopltt drmand to long dented by b a Re Republlctn It Itpublitn liepubtlcn
publlctn Smat wt promise the enact tnart101Ot enactment nrtmrnt
mrnt by b a Democratic < Uo LtcUlttura of a a alaw aIw
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law to fair that public tfotunent will IIUroree en enforce v vforc
force It providing for the nomlnstloo of ofSenator ofRenton r r8natol1l
Senator by b popular rot vote oe at t tb Ih regular rejulirelection rerularrle regulardectiow
election rle lollll in SffW Senatorial > loril year resrsWe yearWe HI1I HI1IlaTor
We favor a uniform school book law the theprinciple lbeprillclple theprinciple
principle of the di initiative and udnlantl4wlt udnlantl4wltlhe rsftnndnm rsftnndnmthe ref srendumthe
the extension of the machine of agriculture aorieulturstbe
the promotion of a nonpartisan DOO JudkUry JudkUryby
by the lb placing ef f the names of all judicial judldalcandkUlM JudJcIaIcaodldat judicialcandidates
candidates on a separate ballot without withoutparty witMuIpart withoutparty
party dbtmctlon and Ib the enactment of ofte oftetaUom lf lflallon a alaten
lallon limiting IImttl c the lours nours 111 of labor of ofpl sits eovplored sitsployd
red pl women womenIn
In nation affairs we favor the tppUca tppUcallon applhalion
lion of buslncs methods to Ib the adminis administration o4mlallIratioD sdmtSletratea ¬
tration of the Federal Government ao In order ordtrlo 1
lo reduce Its It tnomura rmme and fut growth arowuicixptase owtn11I growthexpanses
expanses 11I which Involve a wttt now ad adnitud adlOUed admilled
milled to be iswwoooo a year ytarW yearWe r rWe
W We demand the revision of the present presentinjutt prtMtIiuttJua presenttiniest
tiniest and oppressive opp ly tariff rrduelag nodllO raiet ratuw
10 a as to lower the price Imposed en coo coolumers co columera conminers
miners Theneed The need of revenue for the eco economical ecunomlal ¬
nomical conduct of the Government mutt muttbe auatM rustbe
be tb the guiding principle Instead l of the It demaada de deBands
Bands of favored interests Andlfeaehlef AndlfeaehlefDurdea And theehbf theehbfburden the ell ellbtI1dd
burden of tarts taxation most 11I be taken takentram takenfrom J
from article of the cheaper cbeapergradeswbera cbeapergradeswberaIt grade wfetr wfetrIt lIn lInII
It U placed by b th the law of Payne ildrleb ildrlebmoot idrreblimoot
moot and Cannon which bIob tb the PrMldeaft PrMldeaftipprovtd Psaldaltapproved kIe1t
approved The gradual redaoUon tn tsrtl tsrtltaxation tarlltauUou tsrIYrasatloa
taxation tonuk to lUte It mesas a of ratolag ret retan ra meate
aIM an lastaad of an Instrument of extortion extortioncannot xt nlen nlenManot
cannot be safely left to th tile party of broken brokensromls broil broilrctIII brokenpromise
promise rctIII but should be untreated to IBS IBSDtmocrtUo tlllafeJDocrratIo theDemocratic
Democratic party whose motto to equal equalJustice o > tt ttustic I 4 4JUltJoe
Justice ustic to o all a111rtboui without eltbrr dtbnfavoreor ItMrlaYoraorlDJurr ItMrlaYoraorlDJurrto favors or tejurrlo Injury Injurytots
lo tots totsWe aay aayWe 11I 11IWe
We fiver the immediate enactment en 1 ef efIb ofhe f fIII
he Ib dollar a day pension p bIB Introduced ad tadchampioned adehamploaed ar4el1alllpioud
championed In both th the Sixtieth and Blxty BlxtyBnt Ibt Ibtnt AlsttArst
Bnt Congresses by that thMDmocrateveura4 thMDmocrateveura4Gen Dtmocrallo Ionana Ionanaa vsUrta vsUrtaOcn
Gen a lease R Sherwood of Ohio ted adoot1d4aa w wDoadatta we weoomamntNarbitrary
Doadatta oomamntNarbitrary ta UIe arbitrary aetteaotthIS5sker aettoa aetlolSofUd of ta Speaker Speakerof er erof s sof
of the th Souse H 4 aadtUAdsilalstriiloB Mie AdmlsMtnMea Is tore toretastag roo rootAl refuJmg
tastag to show this ban besableat flol at t and aadBT mitt mitteawa trio trioam
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