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H 1JS lL THE SUN FRIDAY JUNE 24 1910
HO PE PEACE GE FOR COL ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTCMlHt i
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Other IIIhtnienlI Seme nIe IJueaU at Pagamorr alllar Illli IllliUfe 1111ItJrl 11111Ufr
Ufe I ii Ju JIIt t one reception r after another anotherlor M > lhoor lhoorlor
lor Col Roosevelt thiwe Ih cLay 11 The ex exPresident ul ulIrNidnl exPrdni
President an mt t utep frT uutld nf hit hi home homeon
L on Sagamorn Sa atnon Hill without shaking hands handswith hanclIth hanilwtt1
with Ith a J Jhll hu or ll > lIege perwin eriIfl eriIflpump who whopump ld ldrumpa
pump the organ nr r 10m oron other dUnn fitirrnwho dUnnho ftyqqhoI
who ho hoI I on < > ld friend rrl nt How h i i ts going geinto inlC i ito I I
to bold down lln II tin I iii job of II Contributing i otiltihut ing Kdl KdlIOT 1i 1 1lor Utot
tot If Ihl nmh rlll > h liMit on only tlm tll I tolII1 tolII1him n1t n1thimitf IIH IIHhim
him him lr lf can tell but you 011 ought to e thw thwexcitement Ihveuhtn14l11t thueitenient
excitement during Ihmll a day in New S York YorkFor YorkFor r rtor
For inMoiice you 1111 wilcr ItI the building buildingat
at t Fourth averua anil Tw TWCUlj Tniyionil Tniyionilbout ityHxind llId llId1Ikt < j I I I I
treot about 10 A M I peetal oii np JI > T whu hu H Hha > I I11M I
ha bvnn 1 onRARnJ n uj vnry iy ry rtronlly looks looksyou I looksuI8 <
you uI8 ovnr with ih deepest d 1 scrutiny d 1011 1011bl tfftihi ff ffbis
bis bl bard hat the lh better 11 < 1Il0 t < > i il > n hi brow browand hlwand Irowhnd
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and then turn away He may hava ha havtiiiipicOni hi hisuspicion hillpleion
suspicion that you yu iU are ar I on ttto Colonels Colonelstroll toloJn11I1 CoIoni1strail
troll but hw h nay nothing wile by ohance ohanceyou dIIlIlrou dianeiynu
you carry a mall black nau4iel a that nught nughtI i iContain IOJntain
Contain nxpkMve Iklv Olio lIlIlIlIIlUl On man gut t stopped stoppedyesterday 1
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yesterday yesterdayIt
It I hi timle ti > push P thn lone 10 elevator elevatorbutton Ivalorbutton l vakr vakrbutton
button hefHiiMt 1 when hIli the car rll am Ir rI ready readyto r IY IYto
to 0 come m down Main AIN theyll tin I to o i and and I not lintbeforn notloltI notbefori
beforn loltI Once in the th lift you retain the thedumb Ihedumb thedumb
dumb attitude until the tb lift operator asks otkwith akIth askswith
with Ith a roguish t inkle Ink Ie in hi hlIIIILher his eye uyiwliehtruli wheih r ryou
you want ani t > tnp at the th nvontli onlh floor floorwhere tWrber tburwbere
where ber the tb oflicn uf the Outlook luppens 1111pllnlllto j jto I
to be Of ccitirM you wan ant to tIll tlinre tlinreBJ thi thiaj I
aJ you simply return th Ihll Mituuli < wink winkM wlhleMIIIIII winkuftoiay
M MIIIIII If to I ay Oh 0hyou you And AfllLyOtl you 01 get gtnT gtnTA toll tollA off offA
A majaune oflice even n when hn tho pa pAlltlr pAlltlri > er eri
i ii about lIt to go Ui pre rr press In a onupln af < weeks weekswithabig WIklIth weeksLth
withabig Ith a bllllIMt big Ixwtinnot bet i IM not the most exhilarat exhilarating nllliaralpot exhilarattn ¬
ing tn spot In the tb world It really III not notRut IlOtDUI notUtit
Rut when hen you the Ih wild ru rhlnK hing Iwik Iwikand htkand i iand
and forth reurrtnr rs anil nhtor of th thOutlook tIOldloolc thObtkok
Outlook vthlw wblaprlllil > rinir myleriou iy t one oneanother oneanoth oneanother
another anoth Propriet if HUM 110 Unil tt t irpmK irpmKhre 1lmKbertl ipinghire
hire and nd Moppinc them tier t Ie > grin a all n noomnr flHN I IDTh
oomnr OJm r and 11I1 Pr Iymon Abbott wnlkinc wnlkincnervously ilkin klllS klllSnllrvolll 1 I InetvniJil7
nervously ly > about thn th anctutn IIInetumth thni you youare oU oUrsCeTtAlli I
are IfIC certain rtallllhllt that thl 111111 i 111 be tu U ordinary oI lurv noif noifThey t
They heard up 11 there Ihl yesterday InLty tht Cot ColRoooeMlt I It CotRoeilctt I
RoooeMlt t would w > uk III bonn I Oil III thjubt thjubtshai Joliat Jult ailO Ooclnvk Ooclnvksharp 01 kICk kICkbarp
sharp The Th new wiud wit Wi on iund iundattheappolntrdhourandeveryone hdat
attheappolntrdhourandeveryone at the appointed hOllr houranIeeryon IUIdvrryonl iHltel wKlt1aniIoIy iHltelanxiously It1 It1anxlo
anxiously anxlo ly The Innumerable trim young yiuiicstenographer youngstenoraphen
stenographer found exoiw t which took tookthem i ithem IIbnl
them through the hall at t thx th elevator elevatorand luvaIoaami
and nd the ofllce Iwiy dnipiml I xnl ICI da of ofcopy 01Ipy otup7
copy no that they could linger while whilethey wnlleIby whilethey
they collected It again Sudclrnly thrn thrnWM IhfrfWU Iter Iterwta
WM a ccmmotl n outside a few gvipni gvipnitho K >
the Colinel breezed through the hall hallentered 11111red hailtatered
entered red hi his offlco on the d dltOr < tor of < which whichIs
Is I In large letter Theodore The dore llocwo vvlt vvltOlCce vvlti vvltinnd II IIOmce
OlCce and went nt to wurk He II IIJkl > jk tn tnevenbotly tlefbOIly ii iieeryboty
evenbotly but nobody bad it t Mile to tospeak toIt topek
speak It to him himThe blmThe himThe
The contnbutiRC editor wa prrttr Litn Litnyetenl LII LIIlMitlntay unyeetentay
yetenl y and unmebody tned to llnd llndDr lindDr tInL1k
Dr Abbott to learn whether h hu woikl woikidock < woikldock olkidock
dock the Colonels wage a It Ir Ablwtt tbbottwa bhollWll v vwaa
waa nowhere to I be b een n prolmhly tMeuw tMeuwof joeut joeutot
of the Ih prevtnu 1IIl city strenuiiity trenuo tlln II 1001 ity HI HIton l ltors iai iaitori
ton of every ery desrnption beiu bl 11 to c pik pikInto 114 ptkInto
Into the Oklloofc Oullo ok office u from rein till minute minuteMr minuteMr mtnueMr
Mr Rooiwvelt arrivml Tlm 111 ortkv ona was wasin WilliIn weein
in R stat tal of very evident confusion confusionpestered lOIIluaiOIlJwlld euntuelonpesterrd
pestered with all sort 0rtA of fool tIhPtlonI IIItton
iMt Were we annwered civilly at nil tim timThe U UIb timuTheCoinnel <
The Ib TheCoinnel Colonel alter gUncing over several severalmillion seventimillion
million letters 11t told hl his menmMiger to tobegin 10bigln tobegin
begin leading in the auntta an a h 1w nAtned nAtnedthem MIlKllthem ninneitthem
them Blunder Mattnen a s sat Ilfor Ilforat irofFw > r rat
at Columbia he h wan o ntl i Iand and MI soDavid w wDavid wall wallald
David Jlnlvmi ii RviturilHun Rt1 IhCOlII nAti MIIIIIIII MIIIIIIIICOIIImlttlfrnan ntiouaicommitten4n ital italcommittt
committt COIIImlttlfrnan nwn Ir m > KanMx Hall but the thenameH Ihel14mell then4ne
nameH of tie II ntbtr were nut imtounml imtounmlThe LIIlun l lThll
The confemiw COI1rt Itn wi w Wei re hn hMI f In Kith IlIthlor oamn oamnforwerenot cstsforwerenot
forwerenot lor were lIot Cot Bridle Owrl hrks K I Hunter Hunterand lloollrand hooternd
and nd Capt io 108 LOatIV by WHitlng lIilln in tli < > rwv I1lIun I1lIunroom > tlon tlonroom
room to Mff tat It Iil t CL I KoraieteK to the Ih Rough RoughKJdtr RoulthWISer
WISer liucln > n at He llanmnl riu riuJut tIuoJuel llIh llIhJ >
Jut J Irlire the party hendtHt for r or the theelevator IIIIrh theeIevtor
elevator n fre rh h rumtenger in a gray IUTWhlsllinF null nullwhittling suitwhtthinj
whittling loudly hove ho e in night nightSajr ithtY
Sajr Iy Y he II cwilwl Mil to t one n ne of I thc > editor editorof eJiwrwolOlAllooIr
of olOlAllooIr Outlook whorn In h apparently aparentlVtoT mivtunk mivtunkf
f toT r I Mine one on el else e doc kw IOI TeddyfUxx T Te44 dy Rutvlt RutvltWork tOOIWYItwork velt veltwork
work here If he diMM d I gotta m IIIIC IIIIClor in45iEfor iiR iiRfor < >
for forI him himBefore himro
I Before ro the youth rouH lx I b hwhed < 1 Col ColKooc oh ohRooeeoIt
Kooc 110 RooeeoIt < vclt 11 tfi foI1 > < l Ilito the h hall book nhuokhind bookhlnltt iiuo4 iiuo4bind
hind with hun and look II < the t IthoK IthoKmllh t4legnirn t4legnirninutti < > h > grn > n nmucb
mucb to the Ih delight of r the Ih IIOY and th thcrowd thnnlt thcrnwqi
crowd crowdM nnltAlotl crnwqiAlong
M Along Alotl KourthavenuotlienixKMUyvliop KourthavenuotlienixKMUyvlioppen Fourth aH aentn fI th the nlOfltw noooiLy hop shopper hoppeA
pen and clerKs gave the II Colonel a IHUH IHUHand tllUHIand huHland
and be hml o In > kr keep p rang tIIl tnlt > hi h imidrrm imidrrmuntil IIilIl4l1rnuntil tnmuntil
until he riNtrbnl h1 tin II Harvard 4iubi luki Iu in inWent InWillI inVeat
Went ronylotirtb nirwt then 1h h he < wa warart Y Yratt wasnpt
rart by ninety IIlnIYlxlIorrif exwarnor lll Th TIIoo Thwail lunuh IWIIhOCll IWIIhOCllow < cn cnwa
wa ow wail jrivutf and bfHed I two hour Mr MrRoo 11rRooftovlt
I Roo Rooftovlt Vflt gave 11I hi his lonar ornvr romralm romralma fOtIrnla
a short h r chat and after that h he rr rcoejvr4 rcoejvr4golden > vivM vivMMRuiden
golden widen therittof t the h lit ii I tb > I l A K uf Ukla Uklahoiiut 0111bnlll Okiahomii
hoiiut fhfrii bri1 rill Pu 1 Iusmy y Foot Xmlow Xmlowwhoxe 1IIIwh Mixlowsitiose
whoxe h given norm n IMO IBI IIMII a L litil litilveeech 11111h IItthspeech
veeech h lx u h M bro hrllitht < iKht the Ih Ruld Ruldall guidn guidnall ui < i HI HIall
all the way from Irmh1I hi home iia iiaWhHl > U UWhen tse tseWhen
When till tI attalr alr w Wi < ovwr v the tit Rough
Itidera hiked fur their but IIIIrly rty together togetherat
at 1 tVMiry UUiuJ lh h > t jionel < one4 ehviitrwt ehviitrwtlack eiieiIhack 111
lack to the Uullo < < > ffk tilts to emnjsete emnjseteihi wnin tc tchh
hh hlHlAy ihi ct iiay H wurk ixl to talk Ik t > the reporter reporterf tII zrporterefar tlnl tlnlIAr
f far r < > lew I mum 1nlllillOHJ Hn II wu ws ir high highlriu tIlth1lri highsIiriis
sIiriis sIiriisthu 1lri lriu lriuIho
Iho 111 nn flitiireenflt < ir < vm nt of tl > KIIWII is4s whore who whore 11 11re
re ilut < 11 i S s Sigsoru gaiuorv noro Illy this wppfc k m mniaatex IIIfllst inithites
niaatex fllst rhit rl te pxPiW ealrseIetit X I IMi H going
to fulfil I Ui rvtk Ikli HMIM Lns H fa r a entertain1 Ill rtt in j
mem n nt n > rtiMi nn nndidnt Jwiii I tlMt hI hIdidol flMthdnt
didnt lui luu JM iiy ti i wlmn tiov Ii 1Y HiiKli HiiKliWu lIIt1Ivl
Wu w1t1 < I I if cliivit utuaUM s Us1 lh the 11 iniiniorH IinnarlIUr Gotiniorskiter iniiniorHtetter
tetter Ur I ur > 1111 ii hIIl i iat < t tat > tl the < day but
bn th Ihrit it vry ry noon nooniJovd IlVOIIlhjlll stOiiIitiiai
lhjlll iJovd i Oripoin nf r the theiint th tIiJeput
lIepJUh Jeput II iint it omniltiin oinmht lIIml I hat hasIniot i > n
lnviiil Ln IJ1 to Oyter eliO liar tiy tot Itmioexelt Itmioexelttlin
No 1 i data nn a U winii onnnel lm in tlin liii imitation imitationto sent sentto t tto
to Ml irivxini It merely m rtlr Mtid that Mr
Kooutvvlt wuili i like to bitvn an a oppor opportunity oPllQrlunlt opportunhie ¬
tunity uf tmMij iifm privately oomu time timewithin
within tli tI cit It ivi week k ur ten en day daratofIA
To tofIA foiLiy < Uy tuorif oru will iil a I nome me Itough
IUJIIIAI IllJiT at anc IIn n Mr Ir and Mr FrnnrU FranetII
H henry und Jnck Ireawv r u > iv will bike uknIlnner bikeiinner kl klI
loner I at tit Lhj I Illli rnl ptoLiibly upend spenilthu p1f1 p1f1nlht
UHI night tliere the On Satarday tM Hoot Hootveil noonoli Roosevpt
veil wi Save ityC 11 tt onenwilty to bear bearvjfiittinc blrJOIIIIOI betrwfltiCiinC
vjfiittinc about rbi whin Harry
SUmwn the p Pf J4tI hI 1 proaeouuir for tinl tinlfievornmrnt Ii Iiemrnrnt tin tineuruuwnt
fievornmrnt emrnrnt la the fUJU uc r ci C1e e vill bo h hllil
hi his tfu Q osI t Col W V It I Xojmj Ot omi II oiiltor oiiltorof
of oIlhfo th Kin iLeas a City CIt Star RUI 111 romiUn over QYftIufIIM overihitsy
uHiUy ufIIM with iLh the Colonel Culorelfu
Ki far it us nnkinit ktitg i ueedii eorhei lCh COM Mr Ir
Moooel11 Hoo evi > lt wa nrJiori to have It known knownt Imo Imot
t ist t ihoM i n hi Vritern trip tp in the fall fallwifl 11 railwm
wifl f not lot hnv M any bearing un politic 1 > ltlC
1 dont know kow when rlli I shall MII make mle maltsIMtitioii a anOith aIli1
nOith Ili1 IMtitioii spwoh f > h h his aM eld M 1 dont
knnw Innw u I r 1 I will wi ever Ivr make lke another anothernever alot anotherioiitls her
ioiitls llh1 at fl eweti ewetitj4j4t
Whl tj4j4t never 1er Colonel Conln exeUlm Ixclm1 zelitrnwl d
hi II ide Inquirer InquirerWell 111
Well WII I didnt dint M y never ver did di i I U I
tauehed tudl the th exPreident exIlint
The re ri Job lob of getting illlll thbigt thlp fixed fN at Ktga Ktgamoro Rp R4gamore
moro mr di aflhL Illl 1 I so I g big II that tlt Mr Ir Roosevelt Rooeeveltfteennt Jvlt Jvltthink Rooseveltcimeigflt
fteennt think tie bl h will wl be In II town tow again again1iteri
bfBtt Mf lie leave for the Harvard laanJ ati com1 com1metKiemnnt com I I
metKiemnnt next 11 Tm Tilt Tuesty clay HI 11 jungle jungleirephj
irephj and all Muff that It h hI hi removed Ilmalel from fromtne fromthe p
the White Wh Hcxwe 0 Icfom Ilo he I went llt away awayirs I
ere r very Vlr nunvrmw numIN He will wi prnbhly probably
wtti Hini t nI to Oyxter fly on t Friday Yrklr Hw I lieisiki
isiki W 1 that hn h riownt OMnl relieve Ufv that tlt hn h will i
b bv ve the th opportunity Plunily of r neotrm 1tr th li the theUrvsnl YM al wii
Harvard l iwit > nat mm m at New ew w Ixtodon lldon LoudonibeZt i iMist
Mist 1 ThirwUy
ibeZto hly
f Oa > n hJ hM w way y bark Mrk to Oyster Bay 8y but lasteYeail
eYeail venliig allL the Ih l4ipI < V > toiinl I1 stopped off ut It ItallL Ml 31
IU lAst t Thlrtywoond TlryOI Mreot MN Ifp t tf to 0 vl Yisit t toe i
44 I Kowvelt v1 gnventeM nvn Mr < Mary far I
iMiwtid whom 111 hn M nli isilla just Jllt Aimt Alilt Mary 1IarY1 I
He e ul I the tl reporter IInrttto that tlt hn i i very r fond Inn InnI
I < 4 her b Mr r R tv Roosev4t v U l maxln the trip
nr automobile automobileOHfofd allt automobilelWioqd lohl lohltd Ml trp I
OHfofd td Pirnhot lilMt soil wl James am6 Rudolph RudolphltlIirrr
Rldllh
OftrfleVI c Il w rn hwi guests K > t at Hagamorn HagamoiItototnion
I WM Ml ltlIirrr cjv vr r night nightllnmlnlon rllhl rllhlIollnlon Hlaml i
llnmlnlon Iollnlon Ntrrl trt teelo rnrporatlan rnrporatlaniKH rorpratln rorpratlnOI
OI o iKH i I kn nn M 2 3 The Thl Th Pommion PommionI minion
ipej t I ai 1 i imitooX Imlt will il bn I thn Ihf th thtrc
° trc tl of f it tn t n neitlv fli ltl tlr mnrgM mlf coal oal and
01 I oompurm umra his hil ass M a twtsd t il Ma a ain
l il meet I i f nii Ir inb lilnr 1hJ J In
tiif u IVwk nl of 0 mmwee IOu here e hl today I
tdy 1 I t
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HOOWKhT lWJIIr MTOS I rTOWOO TO HOOD OfJ TIME TIMETakm TI11 TIMLTskCs
IflC Takm ttwi u relonrl la llaDIe Home ITom Sew York YorkIn or ort ortIn
In I I Hour 1mI and 10 Minnie MinnieOmen mnatHOInk UlntiteiDYSTEII
Omen lUr U L h 1 I June June3Col n nCol Col KOCVM KOCVMvelt R Ronsevelt
velt relumed hero her In hi his automobile utmolle at atOdU atu t ttw
OdU u this tw evening nHllnl He Ie made mde the trip tripfrom tripIrom triptinm
from New e York ork in II one Oe hour and n ten I min mlnutort minUl mm mmUtca
utort Ul The 1 railroad rird lime tml table give Clt the thedinUnco Ihl thedietanco
dinUnco dlnc aa thirtyfour mile mileAn mi milesAs
An AIIla guests ut t dinner and o over > er night IItht Mr MrIltiowtvell MrRoosevelt Ir IrnKvII
Roosevelt nKvII had Conner lonnlr Hxcretary Honr Uarfkl UarfklI lurflekl lurflekland larliekianti
and ant Olert lifford Ilnchot former head of th thconxervutlon Ihl tht
conxervutlon < rlut burtxiu buI Mr lr Plnchot PLnc11 upon uponhi u urtolihhi p I
I hi hhi arrival arlvll lukl tok tbe newipaper IPwellr men that thathe thathe I4t I4the
he understood ntntOllht that Col Roosevelt levl did not notwlnh notIh
wish Ih publicity puhlciy regarding InUn < any Iny conference conferenceat lOIIllc lOIIllca I
at a Sagamore lamon gamorr Hill 11 und that he would woul nay naynothing mi minothing
nothing until IInll hi h his return from rrm the Hill Hillund Ji 11111atid
und would not net make Iake any statement taiem talfmel nt unle unleauthorised Unll Uniesi Uniesiautliurlwit
authorised author1 to do I so o by h the Colonel Colonelt Coloel ColoelI
t i ol > l IdMMMveit ItoVj will 1 remain rmn at hl bi lila home homeftr hnmeIr homeI
ftr I r weril Mtrol day df and it U I understood understoodthat undento
that he hai ha arranged to c rerelvu Ivu many Ianr litanyvisItors
I visItors viho No o aranK dAflinte llll lt date ii announced announcedfor IUIOW
for the arrival nrv of iov hughes HughmI Illhf
TM T emlurgn upon Roosevelt Ivllt new n ex extend und cxtends ¬
tend nd to t hi him chauffeur chullelr ura Frank Frk Hiramon Hiramonw RlnmO immonswho
w who ho when whPI questioned Clclr concerning Incnlnl too the b good goodtime RO gooijtime
time made from New York orl replied pUM It 11 U UImiKMa Iiliflhtosa
ImiKMa IOII ibis ile to may er y anything nIhe regarding rsgnrdluMr
Mr Ir lloosevelf 0511 affair affairn alllnI aifalrsIt nplII
I It n I rs T nrren l TOO vuif SI SIPolitic 1Ut 1Utrtle
Politic rtle Nrnlcc rIt Heard non Wont Let THem Tem Temla I Ihate
Hate la Centre ftrerl LeonTh Lop Leon IsspThe
Th Tht Tuhlio Iuhlo KervIcM fnll Comnilaoion Comnlion yetter yetteriby yeter yesteritay
day rej rJfel rejecled ct < l the te application 81plc410n of the Brook Brooklyn Drk DrkIyn hirookIyn ¬
Iyn Rapid Transit Company for a fran franchlM ln f fclilse
chlM ehll to operate nplrat that tht part ra of the Centre Centretmt Cfltr Ccntrstrvet
tmt subwAy aulway which connect rlnet with wlb Will Williaml Wi WillIamsburg
iaml lamhurl Iamsburg > urg Bridc Drda The T commi commllon commission alon oh objecta ohJf ohJeets
jecta Jf to the term offered oll That Tt part par of f fIh r rthe
the Ih Ruhway uhwa which hch the thf company omrany wishes 11 I Ito
to ue W ha h has cost rt 1 eO o the company Impay figures flgumabout nCI figuresabout
about aolt Sloooom 00 and 11 the offer ollr wa 1 to t pay payI py pyI pa paI
I per Pr cent Cnt on I4oaiooa 401 for the first fm rxt year yearriling yearusing
riling raln gradually lrlliy each Mh year until utt at r tbe tbeend tbeInd I Iend
end Ind of the fifth frth year ya and nd for lucoeeding lucoeedingyean luclnl luclnlyr I Iyears
yean yr S per rr cent nt hall ahalll be paid paidIn pad padIn
In telling tlli the tht company rmpny of it It its deolalon deolalonthe dllon dllonIh I Ithe
the Ih commission ommllon wrote wroteTh wrte wrteThl wroteThis
Th This iub lubar ar when completed < mplrl will I have havernttt bnat haysfnet
rnttt < t somewhat Imehal more mre than I100no000 tOol llOOr At Atfi Att Ateit
fi eit l lhr rfonrth rIolrlb of the ron rnllrltlon rnllrltlonII construction constructionsilt trucflon trucflonwill
will II lie tt applied p > llMl to the trafflo lrme botween bewfn Will WilluiiiLurit Wi Wiltisiibury
uiiiLurit 1Ilre Ilrld Itridge e and ald Chamber Chmb street ilreotMlion streetsttiOfl trf
Mlion Ialol The turn Im on which hlh Jour pcrren pcrrenl Je perruntsOs
l 11 tsOs g < n should hld be bl figured frurt should be b at Imxt ImxtliS4MitN lessIinteot
liS4MitN SI > intmd 111 of 0 11000000 11 Th T The entire entireco nUnt
co 01 t of f th fontruoliAn ntru t1 of the lb Wilm WilmtJrr Vllll VIiliams VIiliamshurt m mburr
burr tJrr flrtdce rt portion > rtlon ruol of the subway will willrirrrd willetered ui
rirrrd f I7VJO000 1 O an and iid It I U I ismht contMnpUted contMnpUtediMt tnleplt tnlepltIh
iMt Ih iilllnntilr the Ih u us of that portion portionlll rtlon rtlonI
iill lll I vnrrant the payment of the entire entireInterest Ilr IlrIIn entirellttprtI
Interest iion IIn it itPencilMnz Itrenoln itConMnz
PencilMnz renoln hat the Invetttntnt of 0 f your rourro yourOMOPiIilfa I Il
ro OMOPiIilfa in l < iHlM ll In II your olr rpld trantit Iroluil system rtrmu > 10
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ddlllorully to lnrree Inr your rOlr ru rush > h hour liouriip4 hourapsetly ur
iip4 lprlr apsetly < siy onquiirtrr olquarlf This < would mean racmaaa INI meanall
aa n additional addlklll investment of liooliO IOOI 0000U Us 1 on onhi onhh on5h1h
hh hi < h roil QU wouM 10lM need n to par py Intrreol IntrreolII Inlf1 Inlf1I
II I would 0110 iscot rm nlh that It would not be b far ami amiif amlsm amlsmif 1
if I TOU rO yo should IhOiid ron rMid consider idrr ptrinj Intrrntt Intrrntton InlrICl
on Cl anr an soot I less m than JlOooooou 10101 for an equal rqiulaiv equalidraniage al aladUlalf
aiv adUlalf idraniage nt ic W We > ire I not rol unmindful Inmlndlul howpver how howvrr hn I I Ir I
vrr r that Ile the II rmporarr Imprur character chrt of 0 th thirrinkmirnt the IbfnIKnl thearrnicemunt
irrinkmirnt nIKnl and the fart that lhl annie 0 time 1m 1mwOI1 timewouki i iwouUI
wouUI wOI1 Ui ips l i for lrmo 10 adIos t itself to 10Ih toIhe i ii i
i he Ih iiMreaonl rNt facilities nill > should olid modify moU thu thuar Ihlarllmnl ihiimrICmnI
ar arllmnl mrICmnI utn nt comrwhll nrbal Nernthrtnn Ih llrook llrookIvn Irok IrokIn Itrookhn
Ivn irtntc mrf b bis < always responded rpndd within withinfro wUhlnI
a fro I month mnl to Inrrrurd Inr faeIItiei luM I
1 IN V MSK 1 1 iIOE Of I Till TW It It TtllM TtllMlinnirrman Tn11 Tn11tIn TER1IEngrnr
Engrnr tIn linnirrman lhllDltrman Ready d t 10 llecenir Ih1 Ih1lUbJflI a auhJeet ahobjeet
uhJeet lUbJflI Dr f Ceorg ItarlSCISNn GeoreRwtxT1 e V Vl
SCISNn l June n 3 Eugene Eu ne dimmer dimmermonfaiherof 1lmmer 1lmmermJuhtrof 7immermaniihmerof
monfaiherof mJuhtrof the Ducbea De of Manchester Manchevterannounced llalc Manchesterannounced tIr tIrInnlR
announced InnlR 1 at the Qinto inton Hotel lol today todaythat tndnTthi todaythat
that thi he bf intend itend to become r a subject ubJ of ofi olKing
i i King leorge OPI of or offlreat flreat al Britain Irh1 If Theodore IrTeore IrTeoreRvlt liTheodoroRoosevelt TheodoreUooMvelt i
Roosevelt Rvlt i i is elected elle P President ldMt again againi ain ainI
i If 1 Roo nII elt I I ii elected eltt he aid I Iam 1am Iam
am going RI over to England EIIAnd become IumerllZ a acitizen ittttizqn
citizen rllZ and toy there thereIf Ih
If 1 K Rtlt ltoisett < elt la I elected Ieeed Prealdent PIdnl this thiscountry hi hi
1 country will wi have taken lll the flr frl lirE t step uteptoward Ileptod steptoward
toward A dictatorship diealorhip ind Ind when h that thathap IhathWi thathattena
hap hWi hattena > > > na I will wi r peter fer a country lir that thata thtl thtla thats thatsa
a liberal lherl conititutional rnllUlional monarchy Hone BomvcH I II Honev41
vcH I today 1 1 Iii our 0lr liig hl bi national nalollal menace menaceDuring mrnA menaceluring
During flrin the lifetime IltlDe of the late lat King KingKriward Iintr Iintrtwlrd KingEdward
Edward twlrd it Itwiti WM reported Ilrtf that the King Kinghiid Kinghiidnfl hnd hndrm MdxuiollnIC
rm PrraI 4 > eral o oruislona xuiollnIC ti ion Invited the I American Americanfatherinlaw Amrrlln Amrrllnrathiaw AmericonfatturIntaw
fatherinlaw rathiaw of o Manc4ieter rMcll to becomn becomnan bom boman heooman
an flngllhmon tlljhm It I WM also al said ad that thatfMward Iht Ihttlwl thinEdward
Edward tlwl had bd offeree oe to b bestow tow on Zim Zimmerman 11m 11mlmn Zimnierman ¬
merman lmn a Ixironetry hnrontl Zimmerman Zimmermanr Zimmnan ZimmnanIJWIlral Zimmermanspinrtq
IJWIlral spinrtq r nd several reral month molh each yeir at the theonMlet thetkMli
onMlet ml tkMli 4 of the th Duke i Zimmerman 1immrma lAc 1r I i he now nowapproaching nowalllroc nowalproai4dng Ih
approaching alllroc nR the th age ai when wlll he will wi want In tnretirn Inr Inretire
retire r ire from active acive txpineea hli and ad be b near
IIM 1 daughter and hi hllaldthidn his grandchildren grandchildrenM
M 1 am 11 s good tOMI American cttixen eon ennttntiil eontetitiril
ttntiil hll1 Xinimermai Zllllrmal m and 11 I hoj ho hoiw ctMn the II elec election elction Iln c cIn ¬
tion In nf Koowvlt will wi nut 11 oem 0 to pass
TTiimc 11111 ar l bN bitit > d tnciugh nfllh now no In fact facttini fAdtill facttiiIis
till tiiIis H ar 11 are wore 0 than hll th they y wn > Ther
111
ii I t ti > much IU legislation in WoAhington WMinlton
I am am I for > ov v Harmon larmon for our lr next
Prwlent Irlnt and nd I 111 twlievr If I he ht run rh he h will
U I ct lutt IuIltkj IuIltkjititmflerrflaI > it l lXimnwrmai wi
Ximnwrmai 7ifrma ititmflerrflaI who I formrly mode InAI ln tis
Imwe h In 1 rinRinnitl ilr nltl now n register dll at
hoteM II a a as from lrnl l Detroit > trlt where h hi hil his business buuneno1 businessorbwa 1
o1 orbwa ar He 11 said ai < l tod W4ay h v that h hguil hi wa wagoing wsguing
going guil to II visit i it i hi clauxhter dallhlr at t Kvlemor Ivlnr
f fMt a asP ci 1 lnktnd 1ln1 next xt fall fAi
jtfni I lin Mttnr nF TIIIV in II ii KPPT IFPT IFPTI Mrtipraisal
1
tppraUal of f tloueti J Jliegurls JliegurlsShosts llegnrf Ilitale Ilitalerii
I rii Shon I lint aao3i3 2rO3 12 Left LeftI Ir IrI LetiIn
I In II a petition Itlton iiibmitbHl lubmit to tl the Kurrogatn Kurrogatnyesterday HUrtn HUrtnYI Hurrogatkyostrday
yesterday YI Irday with wih the transfer trafr tat tl appraisal appraiulof apprai 1
of th the Mtat tt of Hubert InlHr1 J 1 Hoguet ICJt of ofCatholic tlm tlmCatholio Ih Ihj
Catholic Club director rlltor of many CalhoUn etholo etholorbariU CalhoUncharities
j charities rbariU it wo WI declared that while whie the thnntat th thta theatata
ntat ta had h an n apparent value vaU of nearly
I I tl SISOOI SfMono it I net value al is I really 81y orjy oye3I2
11379 I ID312 e3I2 31 Itecaiuw al of the Ihl many mponsibili mponsibilitUe pnaiIUI pnaiIUII oly olyI
tUe I t tAps N assumed lume by Iy Mr k Hoguet 10 u that be belonged If belonged
i longed 101f to other otherKobert othmII othersRobert
Robert HI r I Hoguet Jolt executor loutr sold ad that thatalthough thatalthough thatalthough
II although hi his father later had h real 1 enUt Ilt worth worb worthI2ni
I SI77071 hi mI total in
equity it
111 11 tot fluiy wo was only onl
Jll3j 11 because bll hn h had mortgaged much muchof
I of fr it f to enable nhe him to carry mortpK out outh his chart chadalle
c chri
I I I MMo plans rl The petition Jtton soy sys that hn hnjarrioo b heiried
I jarrioo rrif ori 01 hi book Ilu open accounts aunl of ofvarious 01aiol ofYariojj
various aiol Institutions IltIulon estates tt and ad per persons personsiii on onin
in I w wlJcb filch feh or whom ho I felt some IIDI J11 siwcial alcll
frtermt Irwl a as well a as 1 account aWlt that were
i the t Rtmrlval ICllvl of smite om me carried crnt by tt hi b his father fatherwho ltMrwho fatherwho Wfre
who founded 10lndnt the commission firm of
t ommlun l
1 i Wilmerding lmennl Hoguet A Co These T were w wmainlY weremainly
I mainly th tl the aul account of nephew Ilh and nd
nieces nll and d other olhlr relative 1lU and d of the theon theeons
eons on 1 and daughter dughtn of 1 bun business associate associateand MI assocIatesand t
and a friends Through Trulh the Interest of hi hiwife his hiswire
I Itl
wire he h t had d obligated obU a 1 himself hmal for o the I
Convent Convlnt or Ht tt Dominick Dllok at t Newark Nnwarkwhere Newarkwhere Ih
frk frkwh
where wh Mrs n Hoguet lo lt sister altr U I Mother Moth 8u 8uperior Burr Sowrlor
perior rr for or the th Corpus COIU Christ Monastery
Chrtl lontr
at Hunt lut Point Pint and a the CI Convent Cnvn of the thl
I Blesund Df Haorament Komn at a Detroit DI Mr Ir Ho Hoguet I Hogust
111 gust undertook udlrtok the management mlt of the
financial anela affairs I of these te Institution IIUtuUI o and andIlve II
Ilve invested their r money
Mr 1fr Hoguet lolU to whom br onethird onethlr of the thoresiduary th theresiduary
residuary Ildlu estate tt wa 1 devised dpll will lli receive
W tf1 g2437 7 and ad th te the six ax children olrea will I divide I
the th other otbr twothird tot equally eul eulnE equallyARE
ARE nE or FIItE nE 101 101r1n IwnsLs IwnsLstlrhers
nrtrer r1n Warned nml AgaInst pest mrretertleo mrretertleoen Orueue
en e 0 list lt Dirt DirtFire 0 0Fr flayeFirs
Fire Fr Commlralonnr Waldo Wa sent t a olr olreuktr elrolr oircolor
color olr to oompany ompy cdhunander cnen yesterday terd
giving < Ivi < Instruction ltrcln for the extra ellr car carof cre careof
101 of fire bone hot
lr bon during weather weatherDriver weatherDriver ether etherDIYI
Driver DIYI of dm tltI engine Mel were we notified notifiedthat notfe notifiedthat
that Ikt they should lolll exercise Judgment In Inrxwwmdlng
Jullt
X
responding rln to fire flalam alarm and d not exhaust I
nt
th tl their ir r horse 0 hy fat driving dlnl in going uhUt to toiltotant
Inll t
distant dilnt tin ft three On returning from fire nt firesiirtvers
driven rlv were lntnictod IMInle Dot to t go fatter rair
than an al ordinary nnlA trot tTo or o walk all
tpon return to quarter the hone
ml tJm t are
to o havea hae have a ho4 b ho bath bti qlar be b rubbed rb tl b down and ar
otn otherwise rwte receive tlv every attention dwn likely an
lnlhf to S ward a off o beat INt proMratiea f awntl llly 7
1
BDYIN6 BUYIG A WIFE FOR A COW COWOXK CW CWT COVIiiiIrs I
T iiiIrs ltrs OXK 0 FArron On iv 1 SOVTII SOVTIIIMIOR cotTIItIlfICV OUTI
tIlfICV UrI IMIOR rnoniEU rnoniEUHating pnanEI pnanEIlale ZflOflIEUtInting
Hating lale lleuctil Two er TnrtwTne TI Satire Satirel aUeIAI attreLets
l Lets u Them TI Moppert Mapr llbu IIAmlln IIAmllnIll himAmerIcan himAmerIcan3itning American AmericanMining
Mining Ill tllnH Knginerr Sucreedthg luflc In I the thertanil IheRlllnlrre theRand
Rand Rlllnlrre nhrre the Dtameodt 01nl011 00 00nuw Gotuwn < > o oIViwn
IViwn nuw tn South utb Africa rlc if i you ore not nottoo nottuo nottoo
too particular prtleulr about color ckr are al and num numl aumIlr nurntier I
l Ilr tier > er of teeth Ift roil 101 con buy a wife Ife for a acow aMW anw i
cow nw If I you YOI Are I particular piclar about ut the lost losttwo It Ittwo lastparticulars
two particular fllcln a food ro lanky I uk wife Ie who whowill whnwi whowill
will wi do dC cli ll I the work ork n ovary nO for your yoursupport ruur15pprl yoursilpport
15pprl support will i co Clt cost t all al the II way wa from lrm right righto sightcows Ih
o cows > w to twrntyfiw according arlnq t tc to < George GeorgeIt Crrle Crrlen
101 It ThurKin TIrlm Pt < f Johannesburg Johanlsul who bo h hal has hasarrived i iarrived
arrived al at lt the te Wolcott WolcottMr Wolcot
Mr Ir Chunton 1ton I Ii on II American rla who ho h hbfn hu hubeen j jeen
bfn been > een in houth tulh Artie A iC since lo 183 1103 M3 He I I Ione Is Isone
one of the Ih consulting Cnlllna engln rnclntr < r for the theConsolidated theConsolidated e eConlldaW
Consolidated ConlldaW GoklfteM Goklnl Ltd Lt and cam camover cme cmeor caineover
over here tr to t visit hi his won ln who ho has ha h In InIn bes besIn n nIn
In a prefatory rItl school a0lln in this thl country countryIn coutl
In reference rfrne to the wife itie Ilulon question tlon you youhave youI youhave
have I got lot to be b a Kaffir or a Hottentot 10trntt tn tnbuy tnblY tobuy
buy one on down do n there t and Id the th more wives wiveyou w wivesyou
you hue the roller AIr a time tm you have havethMicK hAvetfn barethoiiih
thMicK tfn h the umial limit I is three threeThing tht threeThlng
Thing fl have settled ul down dow in that part ntrtof I1rt I1rtnf partof
of the te workl worll said ed Mr Ir Thumtonyeaterdar Thumtonyeaterdarand Thultonytr
and it l looks > ok a as If under the tb new n union uniongovernmentfar unlnncoerlentfcr uniongovemmunentfor
governmentfar coerlentfcr Sutb South Africa Arc U I now nowa nowCmmnnwalth
a commonwealth Cmmnnwalth like lke Australia AItrUathe AItrUatheClltr Awitrallathe Awitrallathecotmntry the thecountry
country Clltr I going lolnl to l he > e V > ry I prosper pnwperou ppr pprou
ou oua Tb n only drawback if I the trouble troubleabout lruhl troubleabout
about MU t labor laborChlneeo lr lrChn IborChIneeo I
Chlneeo IVior wa an absolute
Chn alllut success tuceeadown successdown C
down dow there ther but the tie liberal IIral Oovcrnm Oovrrnlnt OovrrnlntII GovernmnLIn nt ntin
in II rngland Fllad drove drvt It out of tho country LlIntl countryative
Native labor ho hi been n rather short but butunder butund butunder
under und r the te new le government we hope hop for forbetter ICr ICrbtr tothetter
better btr thing There Tl Is going 10111 to be I a great greattime 1rt 1rtUr greattime
time Ur down duW there th in October UctolJr when hl l ld ldOIWInn boidThtitttnn < od odOlvlitnne
Olvlitnne the th new Governor Goror open 11 n the therew there
new re commonwealth clunontaltb varliament rlamnt They Theyate Tt I Ial I
ate al a expecting fpelnj the Puke Jkl of Connaucht onnIIh to tocome tocome
I
come Cm down dow to represent rfpllnt the Crown CrownThere Crw Lruwnme
There 11fr me h I quit 11t 1 i good ro number nllmbr of ofmerictin I I
merictin mrll < down t in that tt country countr now no
prindpollv prlncpal mining mlnl engineer enln In fact factthat taclthat tactthat
that I is what nv mst > t uf the tb Americans Amrlc are aredown aredown
down dow there Ibfr llm 11r at A > a few In trails trdcelling Irc trailssoiling
soiling ulnc American mrlc h hne > x > wliih lue bl1 nuit nuitvogue qititea llit
a vogue nlle diiwn clWI there thf though IloUlh mot nOlt of ofthe 01the
the dry cowls dealer dtl1 are A I 1111ll uglWi 1 Hw HwGerman theGermans
German Grma1 seril n n1 > l Ion cheaper ehlpr grade of oftuff 01alul ofetufl
tuff alul called Illil locally 101AI Kafllr truck lrck nhieh nhiehI I III
I Is oil I the
II to to native nativeJohtnneburg nalhI natlaejohinnehurg
I Johtnneburg Jobllburl MHO since > nr the wr 11 his radi radically radiorly radirsily
cally rly changed chnc In II the th h town tow arc a about ablt aboutYMIX
13 90000 inhabitant inbabillt but there I it I a white whilepopulation
I I population poplllton waltrred Iuet for thirty tfcle tfclealong rhUeIlon < Ialong I
along the reef f besides Llda more mo than n 1000001 1000001native 100 tOOOitatires
native late in the locality 10lty The Te Dutch Ikb down downUiere downthere I Itlr
there tlr certainly htmlU hnlt the negro ntlro qle question qi i I Ilon j
tton lon well Mi Th The h blick blwkl are a not nt allowed allowedon
on th the sidewalk lidwlk > or In II the hotel hotl or bar barand buAnd barsand
and selling elhin lli liquor to them I is now i 1 111 tenaioene tval 1
offen ollenf oene < r There f UMH u used to be b a great Ifl 11 11nl l lesl leslIf al alnf
nf illicit tiiiuor Milling lin but it ha ha has been beentramped beensampeil n nm1
tramped m1 out < UI since tnt the tn Hoer Br war lr The T Theflovernritent
Oovernmvnt Oorlt nl hit h1 started 1 1I1 in to assist It In Intraining Intlnlll littraIning
training tlnlll farmers fumell and c to etUblinh ib agn agncultural IIcrl1ltlral agrietiltitrat
cultural 1ltlral college rlglI Farmlnir nll down 1 there thereha therehas
ha 1 has not lIollon guns nu in I a style tyl I1 that tb1 i is any Ioy too too4uod to tooiund
4uod U Till nl liner lbr firmer It II lnloknt illiolnt 1
and d won wotit On t nark lrk Ilefore llror the Kiiglin Kiiglintook tllhl hnRtishtui
took I over 01 the coutitry tUlllr hi b did tid not nt luvej tvelIn have haveto
in work worl at at a all al for h h he simply Inrly mad the theKaffir te theKafflrs
Kaffir m do wht It to be don while whilehe whir whilehe I
he smoked aeoll In peace p He le hasnt MIIt hid ih the theIe thestole
1 aim Ie latitude lttude In this th respect since lin the thear thelr thewar
war lr ar and h M i is up against acllt n5p the th labor Ibr qu quLon ques queslion r rlion
lion in Lon I Idleness idlenei Idlnt IdlntI hint hnl Tholll thousands of negroes Dg live livein I Y
i MMty ltyt IT Well WI they hive bWI been able abl to topurdiii IIIIlrl topiircliis
purdiii wives Iv to work wrk for them thm in the thetelds
I Ilrl Vld ld The T Government CtVlrnmlnt ha hi endeavored endeavoredto ndlayol te teI
I to improve ImJr this state It Ie of things by forcing forcIngI I
i I the tll bUck blck into ntaadii tMdl or location locationpretty Itona ItonaPnty locationspretty lon
pretty Pnty much mich the same I a as village vll a1 so sothat I Ithat
that they wont hive h anything to live liveon U Uo hiveon I
on o and nd will 11 be compelled compli Mylli to t take to work workInlygamy workIolnam workPolygamy
Polygamy I II ii a grant trouble tubk Th 11 na native 1 natires ¬
tires an It allowed alo1 more mor than th1 one Ol wife wifeI wifeThey il ilI
I I They seldom kom take lke more than ttn two twor Iwuor or three threeexcept Ihl threeexcept I Ilepl
except the thl wvalthy llby chief cher A wife costs cotaMI CI
MI w many rY cow rW A good lo looking Ikinl girl girlit elrlII
it II worth eight Ilht or ton Some Sme who w he are aredeficient areklkient areileficieni
deficient klkient m I phymcal phY IOI attribute atrilll bring brne
lower lwer price uy ly y one aie cow and ad I believe laHevethat 11t believehat
that Ihlt one o cow rw ha pjid lc fur two wives wivesIht wlvl wIvesItt
Iht 1 Itt h black rats ri th pnce rie i if f th the > cow coworlglnajly C cowsoriginally
originally orllllly by working orklll in the th mine mlR When Whenthey Wien Wiently Whenthey
they tly hare hWI accumuUt Iclnull1 a herd hor big bC enough enoughIn fnouaht1
In I buy two or three thr lb able bU bodied bi wives wivesthey 1
1 they retire rlr from rrm work wok tlto altogether Ito ethr thlr and andmake and10k andmake
make 10k the lh women omn support uI > rt them themln thfm thfm1n
ln many my wars the t negroes nej down ron there Uwireart Ot thereI
I art > like hle the American Amrlnn negro negrOI They TIY are areeasily A Ai areeasily
i easily ruly Infiuenoed In uIOt but they theYlaly easily araulre araulrebad Aul astiirehail
bad trait Irlt The men re are a called mU boy by and ad adj antigangs
1 gang ll of them them get together wgtr and give Io the thei deplealnat thepolkeagreat
i police plealnat polkeagreat a gnat deal desiof of difficulty difll Naturally Naturallythe aturl
the Ih native ntn I Is hon h honest nt < t 11 and ho h remain r so 1 IM I Ia
a M long a a as he ni alAY ata tay in the kraal krl or native nativevdkign ntve ntvev111K nativevlhlagM
vdkign v111K CitiliMtloii t iMlol or that tt degree wlt of It Itthat ItIhal Itthat
that they lty seem I able to imbibe ibib twetn rrul to tojlMvw toIIV tohave
have IIV a bad b effect tIII etf ct Ihe 1 lb be educated euct Kaffir KaffirI Kr Kaffirboy
I l Iy r becomes tmt a liar lir and ad frequently ftuently a rogue roguetie
tie J nM > m mnu to absorb all al the bail rle rleJ things thing1in thlll thlllI
I in civilisation cvilllli wlUioiit taking lnc in the t good < I II
I one 0 j ji
i 1 dont uppow Ml it III I IS generally Rrl rrallnx rrallnxI rlbd rlbdtl realIsedthat
I Unit tl M M iier r tent t of the n diamond diamoldl mined mie minedin 1 1I
I in Mouth lh Africa rll idles > iiie to the Ihl United l Unitedt4iates nie I IHtal I
11 Htal JtI t4iates t btit bu it i is tru A bad b yar here heremr hr heremeans
mr m1 means n cr Irot great at d iletiression pn uiion In the te diamond diond diamondi i imarket
i market mar1 ilier II 1 hrl > TI > i is a big hij rwn 11 of dUl dl ilLs 11 11mar1 I
lirona ItCnd i cinch h no h tial Iwen II Ixiught IM > dt up nv nvpool 1
pool and tbriiiiitput tl this output JII uf diamond the thi dio miD minwID miDtlrlc minesIs
ID wttrictrd tlrlc Thl h hits pnl POOl tool coukt rukt easily easilyMn tiy tiyrl eaxilysmash
Mn smash > wh th the diamnnct dimft1 market in one on day
rl la laKokl
Th Tba gold output 011111 of the 1m country ont I Iki Iklllinc Is Iskaeplng
ki klllinc plng up lp In name 1m plaorni they are aremining a aremining
1
mining mlnlnl to 0 a great at depth close elo to Snoo Snoofeet 5 5It ifli ifliIhet
feet and the big electric Illrlo companies companiescoming rmpi rmpifminlt companiesrimming
coming fminlt in II have hae added ddll great Impetus to toitlM tothe I
i the j work Tins population of Johanne JohanneImrg Johannwlllllot Joheonraburg
burg will wlllllot not Increase to any great It t extent extentfor lIIntfor extentfor
for the reason that mining down there thereIs
Is I probably now on the rrrat 1 of the th wave waveAt waveAt a aAt
At the same lime it will be a long time timebefore tlfteI timebefore
I before Iore wa reach the downward curve curveWe rorvWellet corveWe >
We Wellet get quit a large number of young
Amnrican student tudenlllin in the country espe especially MpIclally ispciailyfroonCornll > ¬
cially ciailyfroonCornll from Cornell and the Western min mining minInl miiilog ¬
log school If they th y get in right down downthere donIIlIre downIticre
there they thl are ar mode In addition they theyare theyre theyare
are re etablihing tab iahillJ good technical college collegewith IOll eolJejeewhim jCtle jCtlewltJl
with excellent instructor It 1 I la an Ideal Idealplace idealplace
place 111 for a young man to gut t a practical practicaland I Iand
and thorough training in mining miningIOVKKII1 mlnlnlllOliFn1 miningioxitn
I
IOVKKII1 STttlKF 3TDIKIKirret KSUH KSUHHlrret F JJ JJrt1
Hlrret rt1 Rallwar Men Agree te t Abide bid by byJwtlce byIU11I1 byJusti
Jwtlce IU11I1 Keegha Derhlen DerhlenWHITK PtfhlenWHITJI lkeslnWnitx
WHITK Plal PLAlnll June n nThe The strike of ofth 01the ofthe
th the 300 Yonkers motormen and conduc conductor conduntots ¬
tots to wo II Mwpended this morning after atora
a hearing h ariD before Justice Keogh In the theHupreme Ih IhKllprtm theIftiprem
Hupreme Court at t White Plain and d the tbemen themm
men who ho have been out since June IS ISreturned ISreturned iireturned I
returned to work ork at noon Justice Keogh Keogbha
ha agreed to adjust the matter of wages wagaand WAlard wagesand
and Receiver R Sutherland and the trolley trolleymen
men will 11I abide by hi his decision lIe or ordered ord1 ordived ¬
dived d1 all paper filed with him by Ratunllly Sat Saturday Matunlay ¬
urday and agreed to give lv8 a decision in ina ina
a few 1 day daIIW af itfkl UT receiving them themHe themhh
He hh decree among other thing a atatInen stateinent state statement ¬
ment Inen of the rate of wages paid on other othertrolley oth othtroller othertrolley
trolley line In Brooklyn and adjacent adjacentcitln adJacellcltl adjacentcities
cities citiesYou
citlnYou You go tn work aKI he to the men menand mennd mennd
and nd I 1IJllolIIork will go to work too tooThe IouThe thuThe
The matter came up on a motion of
Thomas F Cumin Corporation Counsel Counselof
of Yonkers yonlr backed by the men to com compel comI cornil ¬
pel I I the company com 7 to forfeit it Its franchise franchiebecause franchisebcoaus ranchlletICOAUM
because of 0 its failure to comply with Ith the thename theume theurn
name in Dot operating car Leveritt pritt
F Cruet counsel for Receiver noti Suther ¬
land contended that the company companynot was wasnot
not 110 to blame becatua beca the employee emp would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not return to work lIe Mid that the road roadwoe medwas
woe 11 In a bankrupt condition and could couldnot CotJIdlint couldnot
not afford tn pay higher htCh < wages An in increase increase ¬
crease of 0 one cent an hour for each roan
he heajid said would amount mOIlD to IMTft 1M 4 annually
Jut CII Keogh made no promiMawbat promiMawbatever t teyer
ever but said that he woukl teaks aa ansod I IIIIId
teeordtajty taveeUgatlen = ami reader hi hiteeordtajty We deeWotI deeIsleS I Iy
S Z = = rrt y = a
SAYS KIXO GOT OllVXK OllVXKUroUrrs nnIIiOrokera flfltPXIiDrolsers
UroUrrs Wife Ire In Diverse Oh TrsUmeny TnU TnUeI tc tccgaes e ectu
ctu eI a Him er f Ctatlty CtatltyBOSTOK cruelbDocrtolf CrtmehtyDostopt
BOSTOK June JJMr Cornelia P VKing PKlnc PKIDL
King wife II of Thorn White Klne a New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York broker was on the witness IID stand standpractically standpractIcally tandpractllally
practically all day daylurr1I1111 testifying in her action actionfor actionlor actiontoo
for divorce She UI laid she he va vas married marriedon
on April 20 1001 in New Ne York ark when hea 17 17year neallold 17years
year eallold old She 8h and her husband band had lived livedIn
In New Ne York Odarhurst and Hempstead HempsteadLi
Li I and finally nII at 1 Greenfield Mass MassMb MassThe
Mb The declared that while w bll ahe and her hits husband hitshand ¬ I
hand were spending their honeymoon In InParis IIIParia InParis
Paris he came home very drunk drunkIn
In December f of the same me year when whenthey whentbey whenthey
they were ere living IIvln in New York nrk bn b came oamehome camehome camehoot
home very err much Intoxicated Hhe testi testified tNIIItd testifled ¬
fled that Mr Ir King drank a great deal In In1W1 IIII InltQ
1W1 I and 1808 mn Drank two or three Scotch Scotchwhiskey Rcolebhlby Scotchwhiskeys
whiskey and a as many cocktail at a din dinner dInner dinncr ¬
ner party She 8h said Id that at a dinner party partygiven partylivn partygiven
given by Mr Ira J E Redden In New ew York Yorkhewaaalsoverydrunk
he hewaaalsoverydrunk wa olio very drunk At Atadancewhkh AtadancewhkhMrs o dance which whichMr hIhIIII
Mr IIII Hodden leave 1 later she said d her
hatband b band was so badly Intoxicated that thathe thathe thathe
he could not go gums gomeHe gumslie ome omeUe
lie He drank before and after we w moved movedto
to Greenfield she testified He lIedrunk wa wadrunk was
drunk at 1 a drew party one night and hn hnstumbled h hItumbled hestumbled
stumbled while going oln to the box and
fell over 0 Iwckwara haclt 11riO lie wa always ata under underthe und underthe 1 1the
the influence of drink drinklie drtnkUe drink11e
lie swore ore at t me continually she he oon continued oontlnufd oontlnued ¬
tinued during the itt Vanderbilt cup race raceon r ron raceson
on Long Island In IMA when hn we e were re at athotfl a ahotel ahotel
hotel and I wanted him to go to bed so sowe 110e sow
we w e could get up early he drank whiskey whiskeyand hlalryand
and soda and played a pianola lie threw threwcup thwCUpl threwcups
cup and dishes dlb around and nd he nearly nearlyalways ft1IIrt1AIWiII trearlyalways
always carried a pistol Once Oil h he said saidto
to me I will blow your head off Ill Illput IUput Illput
put an end to you and me We had a astruggle atrult astruggle
struggle trult 1e for the revolver and a woman womanrashied womanrushed oman11JjIhld
rushed In to my rescue rescueCrosqueitlon rtSCUItCroaaquHt1ont resciisCroaaquestlonsd
Crosqueitlon d by J J Woodbury WoodburycounsM WoodburytOunM Woodburycounsel
counsel tOunM for King Afro Jrs King Kin < mot em emptutlrallr emphatirttlly 01 01rbaUntUy
ptutlrallr denied the charge of Infidelity
Never she declared had ah aM gone Into Intothe Intothe Intothe
the room of Wentworth C Bacon of Now NowYork NowYork 011 011ork
York ork who bo la named as a corespondent corespondentThat
That she had on several ral occasions rid ridI ridthen ¬
den I n and driven with Ith Bacon she admitted admlt admittedto t
to be true tnt but never had this been done doneexcept doneUOIIJlt doneexcept
except at th the solicitation of King
3ho had known A Henry lligiinnoii lligiinnoiisince OlI OlIIn > I
since In the wo waalO 10 years ra old and had gone gonewith IOneIth
with Ith flacon to lunch with the Hlgginson Hlgginsonat I I
at their home in South uth Lincoln
I
iitisn IJ II ISII ilI tAito tllt illS 114 ix ixHequel 1wnlJ 1wnlJHfqu IVIIItTL11Sequel
Sequel 1 to Ientlrtlon af Celrman farnebbing lornbblns far ferfleWilu
nebbing Cambridge flank llonbPOMTOV lIankf1olo flankPosTor
I POMTOV June n Martin J Walnh Walnhthe allllt alllltthl alsithe
the alleged lIeo t leader nf the th faro gang ug wan wanIndictv wasindicted a aIndicted
Indicted today da by th the Federal F Grand GrandJury OralldJury handJury
Jury on the th charge of aiding and abetting abettingGeorge abettlnllGerlte abettIngGrge
George W Coleman r lem in looting the II Na National Natioflal a atlonal ¬
tional City It Pank uf Cambridge Two TwoIndictment TwoIndlctmn TwoIndictments
Indictment w we e found again him himone hirnI
one nl iinde md Iho former toile of Federal Federallaw Icclernilaw 1IIlr 1IIlrIA
law IA In thlrtyonn count and the otli otliunder othlimIer uthm uthmtinder
under thin Ih near n md < t > de In live h count countsThe
The Tit Jury retumel six II indictment in inall enall 1
t
all and Judge full ott before whom the thert theport
rt report port > ort wa 1 was nude ortn 0111 H tl all but one In Inon on14se1 i i
plarwl on the secret cr1 fivt lntur It was t tfound j I
found that there the was > n no region tn n keen kiwtthf keenthe
the Ito mdirtment against t Francis I Woe Vocil oc < l lsecret j jTet Isecret I
secret Tet a as he U I held under uncl bail on a charge chargenf har o or
nf r perjury in testifying at the th trial ofi ofiPlr of r rI I I
Plr I II MI h helilie elllt Min llx 1llut > u a cheek fJhI k for tW tWb I Ito
b to had < o1hItJ a o1hItJI h J JMacti
t Macti I throughout the tll < wuntrr lInlr i IIinll Ia Iabeing
being made m I far lJr Walh alth and a r oc > jr nl ha
been > r re ct i I oy the th Ihivenment nllltl rrr rrrtnfnrroation IrrInrrrmat11I rtrInformation
Information a as tn ht las who hn ewut ewutFrom enutsrqni 11 11Mill
From Mill ttHtimonv IIIV fntniducol rt the trial trialof tnalor trialof
of Keliher it > liher the Ib Goxeitntent i II Katl sattaflel sattaflelthat tilI flH flHthat 1 1Ihllt
that Val allih h wa a the faro de JII Isee e known knownto wII wIIt
to t Ioleitian toteit and Id othen oth III the Ih CAM 11 1 1Jak si siJack i iJack
Jack I IeJnllrd jnad the th man who wa wafix was all I Ith
fix thing In the th gambling house m thrt thrttho thrtIho thetthe
the plavn from llonton could make mllllfor n nfortune iifortune
fortune for bv b rioking a fe tee lhoi thotavids nlld nd of ofdollar 01tiollAII ofdollar
dollar The Th charge harg alAIIIt iiln t Ml tsh ah h i iprecltely iM iMprrcbel isprecisely
precisely the sam moo a I in the Ih Keliher KetIh 1101 1101And eassoand p < m marul
And the character of r the evidence I Is Hi Hisame Iheam the thesam
same
fiMK STHIKKS tin iO 0 0Umam OY OYllemamh flYthmsmti
llemamh 4w < ew hrh ln tq Than These Tlisennallr TheseFinally I I
Finally 10 He Wide Widellm lsderh d dnlll
llm rh prelimmiry strikes vf the cloak rtoakmitten clolkmtkln
mitten COIltinllIYIIflruay continue yesterday Three 1111 early earlyInkers HrlyItrikn earlystrikers t
Inkers ask aihitnr In wage ICN ranging nngmgfrom rnt rangingfrom na narrom
from 10 to IS l per r cent Th rail I demindt demindswill demindtvill t IJIiII
will tM for Inrrrite In ranging from rromto V Vto 1 1to
to M Ir r cent t on ireeiit ellt wages wagesThe wagesThe a aTIt
The TIt strikers who hn were re nearly all tin tinrganixxd sinorganized 1 IrlIluod
organized when they quit were taken < 1I In Inhnd Innll Inhand
hand nll by the organizers lIt niun ai soon a as they I Ileft I
left the factories They con OQlfntellin OQlfntellinmoat ent d in inmost
moat < tL ois M to Iw I enrolled > a IU member memberof
of he h Brotherhood if r Clcwkmakem ClcwkmakemAbraham floakmalrtIIAbroahum loakmakersAbrahmtm
Abraham IUx II llossnherg < M > t trlC rg president of the theInternational th thIlItmallorul tImeInternatIonal
International Women WomlllOarnllnl Garment Worker Workerrstiiuted WorleurlllliflottIJ snrkurssrstinattd
rstiiuted last evening nlll that from Moui Mouito
to ZOKX men and women hud gone out outill uutIII outlit I I
ill th the hat two days daysWe dayaWe Layse
We e have found arid Ruenl nalIlrthat nalIlr Itimsenbcrgthat > erg ergthat
that practically rnctl lIIY all tin umployer ir irInginning ire irebeginning
beginning 1 < llIn nl a month ahead of limn > to 1II1IIIk 1II1IIIkIhe make makethe i ithe
the winter cluaks The worker are tak taking lakInl taklag ¬
lag advantage 311n of this And nd are demanding demandinga
a IUI much of an Inrrrtw InC as they t believe believethe brllethe believethis
the employer will stand pending th thgeneral Ihpnml the thegeneral
general demand We Vs are ar not Interfering Interferingas
as It will ill be easier Mai on thee employers employersto
to 14 uy y the advance we 11I demand mfoynt when whenthe i ithe I
the Ih general lfIr41Itrtlr strike of o JOttW or 60OO 1101 cloak cloakmaker rloaklIIak cloaktusksre i
maker lIIak i il called if they are a paying IS I or orII oro
70 o fr r cent advance now For that thatreason thaIrMllOII thatreasoli
reason we w have not topped < l these Ih pre preliminary 111limirut preliminary ¬
liminary strike
rOlf 011411I11 MAMtKII Of a STITK TIT < u t It ItHewitt itiifeltt
Hewitt r I Hurt ef r f Utica lira ITiesen Mentor MentorVleeCommamler gent gentlcs4ommandrr mlorItfIoommandlr
VleeCommamler N t C Pierre PierreSrrjursK PltrtfSrru PierreSrrsc
SrrjursK Srru tax June M M i fVwitt C Hun Hunof IiiimsIsit
of 1 Utica tt ta today elected commander commondxrof
of the > department of New NI lork orlr 0 I A It Itwill ItfI Itwill
will fI ill appoint ppoint a cnrrmlttfte of three to con confer 101rr io iofer ¬
fer with President Taft o IIIklnll klng that he heobtain I IoJtAin
obtain fro fm m the AttorneyGeneral an In1 In1terrrrtatfon 111 111lOtlon Intirpretatfon
terrrrtatfon of till law 14 a as retard anti the tbetpint tblepitit thesPirit
sPirit and intent of the law nf I IMI reIn relative reIntive 11 11II ¬
tive II to the placing of a Matiie of Gen GenRobert henRobert n nRobrrt
Robert E I I Lee < ee In Statuary Hill Washing ¬
ton tonOut Out t of 1 M IIjI vote cast Mr 11 r Hurd II IIni received rerel vld vldI
19 I Major Robert P Hush of Horsebend Horsebendon
100 > on and there Ibto were seven fn blank Till Tillwa 1111srall ThIswas
wa the only on content The balance Ianll of ofthe 01thl ofthe
the ticket follow Senior lt viceoomroan viceoomroander
der Samuel G Pierce nf Rochester junior juniorvicerommooder JuniorIrommander juniorvlrecommandr
vicerommooder II E Turner of > f Low 10 10m Lowvill
ville m chaplan cJapl n th the Rev ftro Dr Reuben Reubrnnllrton F FRurton FHitjon
Rurton of flyraru medical director directorWllilam dllldorWWIrD directorWilianm
Wllilam Taylor of CanastotaCommander CauutotaCmmander Canastota CanautotaCommander
Commander fiord nurdllpJIflnted reappointed William WilliamH
H Dull of Buffalo AI Aadstant tAnt Adjutant AdjutantGeneral Adjutant4lIfral AdjutantGeneral
General and I 1ewJ wi A Jones Jon of o Utica IftiraAUtantQuartmuterGenrftl JItJrAJollltantQIJlrlmuterJeMAI UticaAasistantQuartmossterGensrl
AUtantQuartmuterGenrftl The dele deleeat dellII deleats
eat II to the national encampment at atAtlantic atAtlantic 1 1AIanile
Atlantic City on September > r IB l wee we In Instructed InIItrUCtrd Instrimctvd ¬
structed tn support John ohn Oilman of Boston Bostonfor Boalflnfllr Bostonfor
for commander In chief chiefSKTTMXO C chiefSETTIJXO tI tIFTTIIO
SKTTMXO Till MEM ESTATE ESTATEHeirs FlrATEnln gSTATFHeirs
Heirs Maklnff Bqnltatsle E ultablfllvtsles Dlvtoleo Ohll Without Wlthoattbe Withentthe
the AM ef Lawyer LawyerBLOOMWOTOX Larn8LOO1I1l0101f LawyersBLOOUIoToit
BLOOMWOTOX June M 23Stepa Steps toward towardthe
the settlement of the Bnell estate tate were weretaken weretakrn weretaken
taken today when hen a series of deed were werefiled WITtlLc1 wereflied
filed filedOne fliedOn
tlLc1One
One from Richard hitch to Lena S SDinsmorv SDinllmot SDinsmors
Dinsmorv of 0 Han Jose Cat was put PU on onrecord 01nooord oprecord
record disclosing a transfer of 1000 000CIe 000CIeof acre acreof acreof
of land rained hlfd at f 180000 to 1200009 1200009Thi COCOfl COCOflThis
This I II only the beginning In a series seriesof I
of transfer which according to Richard RichardNooll JUcbanlHo IticharilHehl
Nooll Ho lI will take pLace among amon the heir heirto heirsto
to the fortune of the late Col Snell bUll tousavoiding bUlloldlll thusavoiding I
avoiding oldlll expensive attorneys Itom fees feesIn 1 1In feesIn
In another deed filed today 1cMJ Richard RichardHnnll I
Hnnll moii transferred to Thornton Hnell 11 of ofElkhart ofEllthart ofEikhart
acres Elkhart Ind a similar tract tra of 1000 1000acres 1000lorN 1000acres I
lorNIIrlrItabbtd
MeirHabbed Japann ttedent OIL DlraH DilLtL
H Kishit the young Japanese Japulltudert Japulltudertlrom student studentfrom studentfrom
from the Moody School at Mount Her Hermon II IImono Hermen
mon Mass f who 110 stabbed hmelf In Bronx BrenrPark Br BronxPark tu tuPark
Park on Wednesday cUedyeeterdny tIled yesterday at attfce atthe t taM
the Foatbom HoepiUI Tb9 n Japanese JapaneseVHWtilOeeefal J J1IOe JapaneseioaoilOeoeval
VHWtilOeeefal etaI1Iatr hare wa the oaly ov o oa to totalk SOlait totalk
talk with blow KUMU Hr Imt Need d at Ml Wet WetIHUi WeetuM WestuI
IHUi uI BtnwC
oil
ROCKEFBLLERPRESBNTMBHTIN ROCKEFBLLERPRESBNTMBHTINJtlHiK ROCKEFELLER PRESBNTMBNT IN INJUIHfl 1 1JrlH
JtlHiK I 0irUIVA fOCKKTS IT ITt IT4X1
t 4X1 D 1I01n5llm J JVRI4 t nlt 4 WKKK WKKKPromts WZKPremise 11 11PnllnlH
Premise That the Heeument Will Kientu Kientually Eeqitually tq tqaU
ally aU Be n Hade PnblleNome Remarks RemarksFrem Remrkem flentarksisrem
Frem em the Besets CritIcal of r Assistant Assistantimtrlft Assistantiistrfrt lit ant antJ1trlI
imtrlft Attorney James II Re Raldl RaldlI lIenels1sThe > neldt neldtThe
The Rockefeller Grand OrandJllry Jury which ha habeen baa baarn hasbeen
I been Investigating the traffic in women womenWM womenwas 01Dllllnllnd
WM relieved yesterday of the present presentment JIIMItment proarsmtmont ¬
ment It had tried two week tI4IU before to topresent topnl toprreeut
present to Judge OHulllvan In General GeneralSessions Generalu1011J1 GeneralSessions
Sessions but after Judge OSulllvan OSulllvanhad
had accepted O plfd the document he refuted refutedto
to put pU11 it on file or disclose diad IU ooatenU ooatenUHa
Ha declined to allow Foreman Rock Rockefeller Ilocklellft Rockfeller ¬
feller to read the presentment and he heput b bPllt heput
put it In hU bl pocket He II continued the theGrand tbeOrand thearand
Grand Jury for another week so that the themouth Ib IbmOlltM themouths
mouth of the Grand Juror are doted dotedabout doaedAbout closedabout
about their th 1r r fIndIngs The Judge Mid Midthat hidthat saIdthat
that la the minute of the Grand Jury Juryhe
he bad found chtrgct that he thought thoughtfthould thoulbtbould thoughtshould
should be Investigated Intlltlc te further and that thatWM IhatAt thatwas
WM At the reaon glv given n for the continuance continuanceof
of the body bodyMr bod bodIr bodyMr
Mr Ir Rockefeller wh when hen n asked ked later what whatthe whatlb hat hattbe
the lb Grand Jury would do replied plied by ask askinn asklog k kInlt
inn a question questionYou
You ou are perhaps more familiar with withthe withthe withthe
the court than I what U I there to do doaid doeald dosaid
aid be heThe beThe beThe
The prrtenlment Judge OSulllvan OSulllvanoid
said U not a public record and nd would not notbecome Dotbecome notbecome
become a public record n until filed with withthe wltblhe withthe
the clerk Judge OSulllvan OSulll an did not fay fayhow sayhow 1 1how
how lone he thought thou hl it would take him himto blmto himto
to digest the document but lIu It Isnt prob probable probbI probable ¬
able bI that thllt It will III be filed until the first of ofnext otnext ofliszt
next week ffk The content of the present presentment preuatmeDt presentment ¬
ment will eventually reach oh th the public publichowever publicbower publichowever
however Nothing U I to be espunpd espunpdlid xpung xpungedand d dand
and all of the finding of the Grand Jury Jurywill Jurrwill Jurywhit
will lx I > made known knownIn
In a public 111110 address add to the Grand Jury Juryyft JU1711I1nly Juryystsrmlay
yft 11I1nly trday Judge Jud OSullivan Mid What Whatmatters Whtmllt1II Whatniatters
matters are relevant vRnl l is a question of law lawto lawto
to Iw I determined by either of your our legal legaladviser hplhilII legalu1vlsem
adviser the tb District Attorney or the
I Judge Jud of the court A me you bad occasIon orcMionto
to learn during the investigation It I Is nut nutevery nulef notvery
every ef report that mar find a place upon upontl uponthe
tl the > e Il II of the th court He referred to a areport athAt arsrt
report that the Grand Jury wished to hand handin
in n several Iral month ago < 0 which wa was returned returnedt
t tI them Judge Jud OHullivon ullln void yester yesterflay Nterby yesterday
j flay that no light or discourtesy sits llMInlndld sitsintended ix ixintended
intended there 11 tft simply ail1lr y wa < no place placeon
on tin records N for inch a document documeatIn
In tin cour course of bin remark Judge JudgeOVSiilliron Judll8I JudgeOMtitllvsn
i OVSiilliron I laid things that wen w supposed supposedto
to It refer to Ii Jam B Reynolds Deputy Deputyw vplltrMInl Deputyssistnnt I
w MInl > l tnnt Di District trict Attorney The Court Courtiw
iw > said 11 had advised secrecy Y regarding regardingwttaIn < rdlne
I
iertAJn tt n indlclmutt foiml by b the Ih Grand GrandJury lraadi iramidJury
Jury and lId a few day atlr r the th substance substanceIf ncwunreif blltanreI
if I th Ihlfllndklmenta them < > ie indictments appeared in the th new newiitaper new11011111I newsropers
11011111I taper s aM coming < n In n interview from froma fromgsntlenitn I II
a gentleman who ho had com Into the Ih l IIi IIiule Pie Pietri > i itric
tri Attorney onion om for the tl purpose i Ir IrILlailUnlt oftsistinit < f
Muting the Granl Jurr JurrTh JisrvThe
Th Court had aid id to tli the Foreman that thatlii thaiII thisthe
lii II Court ollrt did not consider It wi wlllll e to per1 pr I
tit iit th the < > offi omeer > r In question to write rite the theHail th thI1f11 thetinal
Hail report port of th the Grand Jury Jur Mr Mrlt I IItooI1fIM MrItevnohls
lt ItooI1fIM rnolil a sedated < Hi atPlI te < l in the writing of the thei thetinal
i i Hnal report pori but it was understood yesler yesleri yeiterlay Hr HrI
i lay that the Ih greater er l lrt urt > of the work llorkat worktins
wa at done hy Mr Rockefeller JtI > klllttr himself himselfi
i Mr l lynoJdA > vno < in declined to Ii say ay anything anythingIn
In regard < alolud tnJudcoOSiillivansremarkf toJude OIIia Othitlivaneit lIIarh lIIarhnun
nun it till insKtnin IT T sr srf F FlOt t tMtcsard
lOt Mtcsard ant at f the th nithard Perk Finds Findslhr lnd lndIh a
lhr Ih llumltr II UIIIJI in a Cabin CabinUlo rablnfllf ablne
Ulo e the Sound learner Richard Peck Peekhad
hall dorkej ynMerday morning Jams JamsIoleman lmohlmAn Jamesolemari
I Ioleman a rteianl mod the th round of ofthe 01Ih ofthe
the Ih lJtroomll tnt room on the ipper leek 11KkIi I Ilie s slie
lie Ii siiele1 < ii I nel I the Ih door of SI he wo greeted greetedv
v Ith a wall all from a bundle on the bed bodt bedlie
ll lie ntnr ntersit il and found a baby boy ar ajtpamitlr arIArtl argsaritlv <
pamitlr about ah < III three Ihr week tre old oldloJlh It Itclothe liii
clothe loJlh were wlrelncllllJIt good good Imt b hur rt no mark of ofi 01dfO ofteatsilcaliun
i dfO ieiUiflcatkm t t1ralkIllJl llii l1 baby wss aeht ht to 11ltopItAI tohleltevi
llnllevtiH Hoapital Hoapitalrhn
The rh pur Pllroer r book shows tha lat stats statsmom i ioom Ioom I
oom 31 wa waspmuct a pant fur liy Ilya a man who lgnnl algnesliimselfjhiAmlarnsendwtmoboardoct lgnnlumwlfJ lltn1m11
umwlfJ iimselfjhiAmlarnsendwtmoboardoct m11 J II Adam n nd < i who boarded the themat theat theflat
mat at at New S haven A tnlMI t wardet Mr MrVII 11111Ktll MriHell
VII Mid that about midnight a 1II1e as he was waiiuu w w1I1llIg wasnassing
iuu 1I1llIg lng the door fit No II the he met a avroman aonlan awoman
woman in the corridor who wu carrying carrytnCa i
a tmby the ft wa all Mint ur it wo the child childwhich chil chilstitch
which hllh wo found later by the steward itnwardA Itantrtuen
A etter tt r written cm the thepaper paper of the theIluiW then theflutlsr
IluiW n r Kii IttJin Ituatness in Hrlnol 52 Temple plll street Mreetn
n ev 1f Haven Ionn t onn wa found on the thefloor theIlonr thefloor
floor of the Ih room It was al addressed to toMiw IIIJI toMiss
Miss JI Amy nijr Blarkall I7 111 Congress arenue arenueIltr anutlIf avenulily
me
lily lIf and a c called her attention Iion to an ac account acIIIl1nl1 ancount ¬
count IIIl1nl1 of tin In which had been n running for fortoroA lormft forsome
some mft time The signature wa The Thellutirr ThelIullr ThsIiiitier
llutirr flimsiness School E M Butler Butlerprenident Dullerrhtlfl Butlerprealilent
prenident prenidenti rhtlfl t tAt
At Bolleviie th child III wa christened rhrktenedSt IhrIenedStltf1hn christenedStephen
Stephen St tihen IXiwd by Chaplain Wade It
Imppvaei to b he the Catholics turn yentvr yentvrday YNtrday yesterday
day to do the Ih christening of lo lout t children childrenThrre cliiJdtMTh childrenThere
There Th U a custom at the hospital that thatCatholio IhatathoIiOtl thatathohlos
Catholio and Protestants hall alternate
at thin and ncl the New York Infant Asylum Avylumwhere Ayhunhre Asylumwhere
where many of the bal babies > lex finally land landupplie landliupIi landaupplies
1 upplie a list of name of 1 benefactor benefactorof
of o the Institution that shall be UM UMNEW used usedNaw I i iI
NEW HAVCV Conn June 73 M MAmy MIssAmy MIss
Amy Blackall U I th the daughter of Robert Roliertlilackair RoIIfl1JIIackalp RobertIblackat
I lilackair yardmaMor of the New York Yorkand rorkamt Yorkand
and New ew Haven road who doe live liveon Uy livesOtt
on Iortaea Iort street Her father flh wa ss very
Indignant when t toLl of the finding of ofthe 01the ofthe
the baby babyand and the letter and aid hi hladAJh hladAJhI daugh daughter ¬
I ter knew kn nothing about any ny child lie lieraid lIesaid lIe lIeald
raid ald hi his daughter wa M It year old and anda nd ndlormer
a former pupil at the Butler Business BunineaSchool B BusinessSchool ln lnfiehon
School SchoolFISH fiehonFUll SchoolFIcII
FISH MMtKKT IItnl FT FV4VCVO FV4VCVOKelt
Kelt eles I of IS i Ccrpsrste = tc fltssdbsliirr fltssdbsliirrCome ftt1 Manm2tatdrrsrome dlrs dlrsComt
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B D laws t Co eorporatlon whole wholeale wholesale holed
sale ale d and commission dealer In fIsh at atII t
31 Fulton FIb Market have been pressed prewedby
by creditors and Judge Giegerlch of the theSupreme theSupreme th thSupreme
Supreme Court hu appointed Edward EdwardLeach EdwardLPam EdwardLeach
Leach receiver with a bond of 111000 in inproceeding InrrtlCtedln inproceedingS
proceeding brought by Benjamin D DlAsee DlAseend Lure Luceand Lureand
and nd Auguitu B Uenahaw dlrecton for a avoluntary avoluntAl avoluntary
voluntary dlttolutlon of the corporation corporationThe corpora Ion Ionrho
The liabilities are re nominally Il2l 1127 1127Indudln 12 e7a e7aincluding 7 7Including
Including notes a aggregating aIPtin fWJM SI1 on onwhich onwhleb onwhich
which th the corporation I Ia Joint Indoner Indonerwith IndorwrIIh
with IIh fourteen other corporation cor tlona it itwill It1111I Itwill
will probably owe onlr 0111 onefifteen of ofthat 01tb41 ofthat
that amount These note were made nudeby madeby madeby
by the Now to York Y orlc Wholesale Flab Dealer DealerAeaoclatlon DealersAssociation Ill IllAit8ocltlon
Association and bdoreed by fifteen cor corporation corporaUona norperatloni ¬
poration holding lease of tand stands In the themarket thomarket themarket
market The aaaett are WMO S3i ron OODIItlIDIr oocmaistlngof l tlng tlngof
of coin It account receivable Mi28 Mi28ofllce 4sza0111cc 48 48om
ofllce om furniture seine eln boxes 110 Ac SI1U SI1Uand 11115nd 11153and
and nd equity In the lease 1 of stand nd 31Among 31 31Among 11Amonll
Among the creditors are Bmjamln D
wee who to president treasurer and andowner andownPI andowner
owner of nearly all the capital Mock of ofPOSO 01SDO
POSO O the Brooklyn ro lrlrn Bridge Freezing and andCold
Cold Storage store Company MJO I Jacob
Ocker Saytllle IIJJOO and P E Deerfy I
Bradford Pa Kwa OO 3co The corporation corporationwa ri
wa 11 Incorporated December 13 ISM with witha
a capital eapltalltock Mock of 130000
Iktlled Itlll Once Met e Pined Attain AttainThe AnlnThe AgainThe
The jury In the Supreme 8upfl M Court that thatheard thatbeard thatheard
heard the suit utt of the Forest F reat FUh and andGame aodame andCam
Game CotaoUaloa acatntt the Hurt Horrlon Hurtaon Hurleon
on Street Cold Slorace s Company C to toreoover torecOver
recOver t er luo lUOoeo seo In penJtlM = N for having havtegcame uvialpme havinggame
came birds on the premt premises out of 01retumed eeasen eeasenreturned ea > cn cnretursed
returned a verdict for the defendant defendantyenterday del defendantyesterday
yesterday The tertlnony teetI showed ecI that thatthe
Uw OWMM of tile Mrd had already
settled led with she Government te oH I1IKI
breisVit Ie reee1W t te easep pcnslMes 11II
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Boys Clothing ClothingAbout
About three hundred all allwool al1wool allwool
wool N Nor Norfolk o r f o 1 k and anddoublebreasted anddoublebreasted anddoublcbrcastcd
doublebreasted Knick Knickerbocker Knickerbucker Knickerbocker ¬
erbocker Suits sizes sizes 7 7to 7to 7to
to 1 i75arcnowrcduccdto i75arcnowrcduccdtooo 7 arc now reduced to
5 5The 500 500The ° oo ooTirn °
The former prices were werefrom werefrom werefrom
from i J50to7higher J50to7higherBoys i5o 50 to to7 7 higher higherBoys higherBoys
Boys Knickerbocker KnickerbockerTrousers
Trousers sizes 8 to 16 16years J 6 6years 6years
years special at 150 150per 150per i5Oper
per pair pairBoys pairBoys pairBoys
Boys Russian Sailor SailorSuits SailorSuits SailorSuits
Suits including some of ofour ofour ofour
our fi n e est s t qualities
500 each eachBoys eachBoys eachBoys
Boys and Young Mens MensLong MensLong MensLong
Long Trouser Suits in invery invery incry
very light weights 1 Jto 2 2to 2to
to 25 25At 25At
At Our Broadway Store Only OnlyBNWninQJinQ OnlyThQwningxi
BNWninQJinQ BNWninQJinQa ag agFt
8 Company CompanyBraedwiy a
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has the closefront Teoxwood titnkwoodeffect TeoxwoodI TtokWOOddfect
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i A summer collar 2 for 2 25 cents centsi centsEARL
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no way is this thismore thismore thismore
more satisfactor1 satisfactor1ily satisfactorKpki j ji1y
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I than with our ourreproductions ourj ourjreproductions I Ireproductions
reproductions reproductionsI reproductionsSchmitt
Schmitt Brothers Brothersr
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After Ir an interval of morn rlt than two twoweeks twowNItI twoweeks
weeks dun dii it is said 1 to the activity of ofthe ofthe 1
the police in n arresting the tang who had hadbeen hallorkin hadbeen
been working orkin I it the sidewalk three card cardmonte cardmonte I
monte game started np in full blast bl IIl yes yesterday y ytertlay yesterday ¬ I 1
terday in Thirtyfirst street between betweenFifth betwntlrth betweenFifth
Fifth avenue and Broadway Rot III the theeffort
effort odturtitof lIo of the e promoter fell flat In the I I I
J flmplace tlttot plllOll tew persona were passing at atthe atthe t tIbe
the hour the Ih gome garnebegnand beganan J in the tecond eeconttthehieat IIOOn111 IIOOn111thelleat j
the thelleat heat seemed met to have ve thinned thecport thecportIng the rport I
log In blood even of theee theeeWith tb tbWllb theseWith
With two 0 exception Oil wa a differ different 1111 Ir Irent ¬
ent gang from the one which hlch naurUhed naurUhedan I
an Ions 1011 on money taken principally in inThirtyfirst InThlrtynr
Thirtyfirst and Thlrtyaemnd streets MrMtaWith llMtaWllb
With the exception of two of the lbel4pptl1l lbel4pptl1lIh capper capperthe cappethe
the Ih makeup was different Tbe two twooperator twooerwl twooperator
operator were undersized youth oulh who whowore whoworecapandevcnthe ho howorllupndeymtbe
wore worllupndeymtbe cap and even the boy who held toe toenewcpaper IbeIUIOlber thenewspaper
newspaper wa was another than the pre pretended prelomdlli protended ¬
tended newsboy now boy who ho used to be on the theJob Iht8Job thejob
Job JobDeride
Deride him there th were ere six In the lb party
all well ell drnedaad mt and not a negro ne o In the thewhole thewhol thewhole
whole outfit ten the negro watchman watchmanwho watchmajwho
who ho sisal to do
stitch yeoman service Mrvl was waaabent w wasabsent
absent and II at far a II could be teen there therewatnt Iberwunt thetewasnt
watnt any watchman on duty except eX flJlt
two who ho Blood near the player plJ The Thegame TheI Thegame
game started promptly at Jn 3 but for
I ten minute not a single 8 customer came cameup earneup caineup
up The cappera were tre < buy bu of course oourneand OJUI1lOand courseand
and money paol but everyhudy eYIl1 who whostopped whostopped ho holltopped
stopped merely looked on a while smiled
and passed on The eight aI hol < of a policeman
down near r the Orand Hotel broke up
thogameandthegang tho eamnd thetaD wentaroundto to the theold thlold theold
old place in Tlilrtyaecond street where whe
they the attempted to start tar buninciw bltain but butwithout butwithout
without result resultrxiTKD resultfXITED JIt I
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rxiTKD f ITFD irintrrs nFIr CO toAssistant COIIlhl COAssistant
Assistant IIlhl Kcerelary Ia TestIfies After Art a Finn Finnfor Ftnrar Pinefor
for Refusing HrrniJnnLuden RrradDBIAsclPn Refusingfoden
Luden C Wallace aitanl Mianl secretary
of the United Wlreles Telegraph TeJ lrph Com Company rampuy loinpatty ¬
patty ot t 47 Broadway operation In InlItock whose whosestock whoseMock
stock through the medium of the malls mailoare mallsare I Iare
are under Investigation by the Feclcorall Federal I
Grand Jury WM ow fined IM 30 yesterday for forcontempt loroonlemp forcontempt
contempt of 0 court II He wo subpctnaed subpctnaedotectlfyyeaterdaybeforethaGrandJury aub aubto I Ito +
to otectlfyyeaterdaybeforethaGrandJury tNtIIyteterday Iorothe Grand Jury II
but he refused to b be sworn om on the ground ground1 ground1that
that It wa a violation of hi his constitutional I Iright Irights
right to require him to testify against a llltt hi hicompany him hlaoornpany himooinpaty
company Judga Ju4 I Hand ruled that hi his
MOM wa W JriYotou rlvOioua rivlo and after imposing lmJ
the fine ordered Wallace to be worn
This WM done and Wallace answered lI wered toe toeojeatloea ttiequeatlo thequestions
questions a put to toblm toblmatU him himBattleabtp himBattleshIp
BattleshIp atU Beta Delaware wore Hoeceuf ueessfsh1y ally I Derkrd DerkrdNoiroLic OertctI1oaroLlt DerkedXoroLk
NoiroLic Va V June at The Moeo roD tonattlesIiip
battleaMp Delaware DeIa was aueftlllalltH aseceiufuiy cee fuHy
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theyre a whole bunch of offlowers nfRowers offlowers
flowers and that mothers mothersagree mOlheriagree mothersagree
agree seems proved by b the thefact theact thefact
fact act that so lar this season seasonweve seasonweve seasonWeve
weve sold more wash Russian Russianand Russianand Russianand
and sailor suits than ever everbefore etrbefore everbefore
before beforeYet beforeYet beforeYet
Yet stocks are still ample ampleWash ampleVash ampleWash
Wash sailors and Russians
175 to 550 550Boys 550Boys 55OBoys
Boys bathing suits suitsRompers suitsRompers suitsRompers
Rompers and sandals for forlittle forlittle or orlittle
little shavers shaversROGERS s1 shaversROGERS avers aversROGERS
ROGERS PFET COMPANY COMPANYThree
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