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1 f VOL VOLLXXrI11 Lixvmyp 94 NEW 1 YORK SATURDAY SArURllAY DECEMBER nECEM 8 i 1910e no IJ riBMi o b s1 rr n MMJ jgAiGI10 1iaeitios PRICE Ic TWO CWTS I I
ASKS Aiis FOR INQUIRY INQUIRYON
ON BARLOWS ACTSt ACTSRelease ACTS ACTSRelease
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i Release of Three Crooks on onLow onI onLow
I Low Bail Goes to Court Courtfor Courtfor Courtfor
for Review ReviewGOV ReviewI
I GOV HUGHES ORDERED IT ITDistrict ITDistrict ITDistriCt
District Atttntty Whitman Brings Brinfitht 8rlnlsthe Bringsthi
the Cast to the Ap ApptHatt AppeIIatl Applats
plats Division DivisionDtarict DivisionI
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Dtarict I Attorney Whitman filed a 11411 11411tloo ptILIOD
tioo with the th Appellato Division or tb tbSupreaa the theSupreme tbSupri
Supreme Court yesterday eat rday aaklng the thteaurt therourt theeout
eaurt to take such action aa it desnrnl desnrnli d deemdiroper mf1 mf1roper
i roper against iganatClty City Clt Magintrato Peter T TBarlow THarlow TRarlow
Harlow because ho h accepted insufficient insufficientMi
Mi 11 for three burgUni arrested hero on onle 011I
I hI le cotnplaiat of a Boston jeweller M n the theresult thurult tinrt5ult
result of which the burglars jumped their theiiI thtoirUlallt theirta
I ta nil Ulallt last March and have not nn hen I n appre apprehended approI npprehadpd ¬
I hended elnc elncThe Iinc111ft etneThi
The District Attorneys action follow followan folloWIIIIn
an r1 investigation ho made of the circiim circiimnances circllma1anCH crcntnlancea
nances niirrtnmdine the acceptance of oftail ofl1il ofi
tail i mil of tiOOO 33 each for the three men who whoro
w ro r accuaed of stealing jewelry jewlr worth worthI3
112000 110 I3 In Boston Boton and nnt were wer wanted in inPhiladelphia il ilI inPhiladelphia
I Philadelphia Phladlphia and New W Haven 1n for a total totalof
of 190000 O worth worh additional ndditlooI or stolen Itolo Muff MuffDistrict 111 tufTfliatilct
District firc Attorney Atome Whitman acted act4 at the therequest Ih IhIUt threquest
request IUt of Gov Hughe JlIlh with whom a aeompUint aImplnt acompIInt
eompUint Implnt waa w wa filed flo against alllinMI Magistrate MagistrateBarlows MagiiratBarIowa Iitrl IitrlHrlow
Barlows Hrlow action ncton liy Om ov Draper of Massa Massachusetts 3tsstehumtt 15 15chuetll ¬
chusetts chuetll last lt August AugustThe AlIglIt111e AtigutThe
The Governor of New ow York has hal ha no noJurisdiction noJlrslctlon fluJuriedicton
Jurisdiction Jlrslctlon to dispose of charge lhr again againCity lJailt lJailtCity against againstCity
City Magistrates Mnji8tat lIagistratestnl mid ld hnc iov o Hughe Hugherequested IIah IIahrutd i irquested
requested rutd Mr Ir Whitman Whitm1 both hOI hoiliand 1 Ir Hronally Hronallyand < al
and ald in writing wrt In to catiso CRil Ct1 rhnrgeo har to topresented tolirented i irrntl >
presented rrntl to the thf th Appellii fpplla > < HiviMion HiviMionVssistant fhIlon fhIlonMiltllt Iiviuiontitstant
Vssistant Miltllt District Oiltrict Altomev lomy ttornrv Mos 10 Ioa handed handedip banrM hand d dp
ip 1 p the District IItrict Attorney omy petition Iltion to the thecourt Ih IhcOlr thfohirt
court cOlr yesterday yt fIray rdty without making mal in any anyitntement an antal4mnt anytntinpnt
itntement tal4mnt concerning concelnin the Ih contents cntn1 of ofhe ofh ofh
he h petition ltol Amten AIt4n O Foi of counsel counselfor 0111E1 0111E1for
for Magistrate logi8trlt Bnrlow submitted lhmll1 hi hireply hiJply hireply
reply to the petition plilln The 1 court COlrt reserved reserveddecision rtnf1 rtnf1d4ision rerveddIiion
decision decisionThe d4ision d4isionI dIiionTh
The Th petition ptition r r1itpi latei Ial the th thisif circumstance circumstanceof c rcultanct
of if f the th nrresrt n are of Harris Harl Kothtein lacob lacoboldberg Licobioldherg I Ilobtr
oldberg lobtr and Joseph JO ph Soldberp Goldbfrj by head Ijoadilrter lead1 headiirtr
I ilrter 1r Detectives lI 1M Dimcan Ol an Kinotler Kinotlerind Ilmllr Ilmllrnr
ind nr OKiirreM Iurr Th prisoner were well wellknown wninown wlIIc
known inown Ic nown to tm t iI johe ol hre although nllhollh they th y knew knewXothntem kl klI Ic IcJtothitpin
I Xothntem Jothflt1 1111 twt > xsi as The Th Smith Sllth Joseph Josephioldberg IophGoldbrJ Jii pi pioldherg
< GoldbrJ ioldberg as dl Red Htl Tracy Tmc and Ind Jacob Gold Goldl GoldtHr
l tHr erg as W a ttzky Izy the Ih Mouse tlni 1 < 1 The fl rii police policeentertained pll O1ICC O1ICCntertalned
entertained ntlranM some re pspct pect p4 for The Th Smith Snlih Snlihth 4nitthlI
1 lI th the inventor of a cnn cln opener which whichopened whichopnM whichopened
opened opnM safea ure fe without much difficulty difficultyind dimcdtyld
and ld said eid that tht one onf of the thf three thr men mt haJ haJconfessed haJnfN haJonfeaed
confessed < nfN that tht he and the tht th other two had haddone badIon hadiflfl
done Ion the th Boston Bton job jobBoston job8lon jobRoiton
Boston 8lon Philadelphia and New Haven Havenhad la1 hlavnhad
had all alMnt sent requests reueet to New ew York for the thethree th thIhr lhthre
three Ihr men and when hey were picked pickedp ickd ickdI
> p I the Ih pollen plC concludnd concldd that thn thl Boston Bostonrick nton floatontrick
I rick would l be > c easiest paielt to prove no because becausethey lJaul brarnny I
they halrad already had ha a confession enriOD Thn 111 Hos Hoson 10 10on Boiifin
< on complainant cmplnant was Samuel ml1 L 1 Ulhau Ulhaujeweller Lilianjeweller
jeweller who ho had identified IdenlUd two of the themen Iheln theI1n
men ln aa I those thot who cracked crcked bin bil safe re and Id got gotiway golway gotway
way with 115000 1150 worth worh of jnwelry Jwlr and andvho andh andrho
vho h < identified Id4nliftod a watch found fOlnd on 01 the th third thirdThe thirdTh thirdrh
The Th men mln were arraigned before bfor b fore Mng Mngitttral 3lngatrat II IIIilral
itttral Iilral lUrlow Ilrlow In the th lefTnnton JInn Market Marketourt Marketcourt rkel rkelour
court < our on March lrh 2fl 4I and were held for fororty fortoneigbt fortortycight
toneigbt < orty ight hours bout for investigation invtl 1loo Ul Ullun I illIMfl
lun 10n and a Boston tou detective detetv appeared and andnot aDdtotild androtilted
not totild rotilted i lied the Court eour that tht the Ih MoasachuftattM MoasachuftattMauthorities 3laivachiaaettaauthoritha lchlltt
authorities lthortlM had applied apple for the tbf extra extradition extratiton extradition ¬
dition titon of the prisoners prsner Benjamin I Saran Knranon Hmn Hmnn
on n a New Haven Invn jeweller jewflr accompanied acmpanied acmpaniedby accompaniedl3 < l lt
t by > y a detective dettv of that city cly was 1 on hand handto
to demand ttmand the arrost arMt of the men if thar tharwsre th thvnot
wsre 1 not held holc for the th Boston Bstn robbery robberyThe robbr
The Th District liAlrct Attoraoys tomof petition sayn saynthat q q1bat ya yathat
that Detective OIAivo Dilggiin Duggal told Mugtstrntn MugtstrntnItarlow dagistratiBarlow lgiltmt lgiltmtJLrlow
Itarlow JLrlow that tht tho defendants dtrenwmt had stolen stolenlewelry lt atoleniwelry 01 en enIr
lewelry Ir of a total 111 value vahlf of S0 > U000 and that thatvitnesjMM tht thtTitn thatwltn3ea
vitnesjMM Titn were on hand to prove it A Aformal Afonal ALormal
formal fonal charge chag of burglary hlralar wan WA wa mad rnadongainst macn macnI madntnt
I ngainst o ailt the phsonem Iron In which hlch it vita wal vitartd ns nsrted a artl
rted rtl that somn 1m of thn Ih jewelry stolen stolenfrom Itoln Itolnfrom tole tolefrom
from lillian Ulan and Saranton ranwn had t tHn b > een n found foundin fmld fmldo
in o fl thn Ih nossesnion ion of thn th defendants defendantsr drndtl drndtlItlve elef ndnta ndntatJ
r tJ > etectiv Itlve Duggan Djgan asked aak 1d d that bail hll bn bni h hJr hi4ntiI i
4ntiI i Jr d It at t fZOOOn 201 2OI for ich but lawynr lawynrMo IawyorMoqii
Mo Moqii 10 w A Sachs Schl who appeared nppard for the theri Ih Ihllonn tinrionrn I
> ri rionrn llonn on rs objected and th < < Mngistratx Mngistratxi ln lltaIH I
i d < l bail 1 at IOf 10000 ach Hach ch pro protested PWtl jriitd
tested tl td against alaint this ti hail hi nlso ailo but thn th Mag Magivrite Magatriti I Il
ivrite l tr11 hld them thel in II bail hli of that Ihat sum Ilm for forexamination fnrfJamlnton fureamnatlon
examination fJamlnton on March 3H 3HThe 31 31Th 3iTh
The Th petition pton say that on thn Ih night nightfor nllht nIghttfor I
tfor for tin th men were w ti to be bl arraigned arraignedrvirhs arrI arrIignlirtts n1 n1h
rvirhs irtts h Induced induC David J Gitok rhc of 3171 3171Uofidwny 3111 3111lolehRY 31t1ltnadwsy
Uofidwny to t U act an a bondsman bnrman for lloth llothin
in and nd Harry Inrr Sechnry of 272 12 2 Kant Kantinth 111 111nlh Fatrflth
inth stre Ntrt lr1 t to give bail for thn Ih hold Ooldi holdirg old oldt1
i t1 irg rg < i lawyer Sachs Rah got jot Mftgl Magistrat Magistrathtirlow IAlili trat tratUrlow rIIMrlow
Urlow tn rduc the bail hli to SJooo 11 for forTh forah forcvh
Th d dfpnrnt dfendant fend nt and accept lCpt thn th l hondlmn hondmi hondmiit > ondsm n nin
in 0 hen 1 amounts arountl upon Iltn his hi j Iroll > romis to tonhMitut InhhJUI toahiitiiti
nhMitut hhJUI other liail hli in court COlr the th follow followrg folo folor
< rg r day d Tin Th clerk cJrk of the th Jefferson Jrrlon Mar Marnit Marit Iarw1
nit it court cOlrt diew 41 up bond hondl on thn Ih instruc instructi
ti nn of 0 Magistrate 1ag tn Harlot Jlulo and I Ih h clerk clerknok cerk cerkok clerknok
nok ok them Ihfm to Oll flick k anil Bld Hechnry Hhfry nt the theIrjuti thO thOJJt th thbiat
Irjuti JJt Tenth street address atIdr They h signml signmlmem signadtnrn Ijnd Ijndrnm
mem there and UI lawyer Hach ch then took tookn loon
n Oi bondsmtn to 11 U Magistral Barlow Barlownorne IlulowM ILirlowanov00
norne 11 whim wh he h adminslernd tho formal formalpath fonal fonalIalh formalAc
path pathAn
An A a p uit It If if the Ih ti llHtrict Jltrlct A Aitfroyi Aitfroyiam1natson inoy inoyamtnation ro1 ro1amlnalo
amtnation hn h n I M Ilexes 10 that fhn h Magl Magltrte itagltrte all allIte >
trte Ite did not examine slml xani thn th tii bondsmen 101111 101111I ox oxi intn
I i o tii I I ownership 1111 of r thn Ih propnrjy offered offeredn 01 ff 811 811b1 eciIf
If n si boll b1 and risked Uk1 uk il them Ihl no 10 111410n 111410nIncrlnR i1ititInni i1ititInniI motion motioni
i IncrlnR nomine this th property prop rty It I i ii declared declaredhat d iIclaridthat < arl
hat he h relied rAlt rnli d entirely tlrly upon the Ih state statements atattnnt tat tatmntl ¬
ments mntl by Lawynr LwYHr Suchi Sa h and the formal forma1nffldavits formalmravlt formalamdavlt
nffldavits mravlt of juititication JIttcaton mad mar by thn thnIltidsmen th thldArD thLnclrnnin
Iltidsmen IltidsmenOn ldArD
On ln 1 ihn Ih day of f th Ihl this arraignment Irralpnmlt the thnOleridsjilti th thcUlllt thetetiilajti
Oleridsjilti cUlllt did not appear Ifar and an I he h bonds bondsIff honIwr lionilitdclared
Iff declared rl < lr J forfeited hut have no noI noI
I I 1 collected rllf4 The Th petition s ay y that thati Ihli thatthe
> i the th property Lxptnl a nn L bail hll wa watl waIJ Wau4
IJ < u4 tl up it wa V found oln1 that dry 4chlryIg vheryC drypty
C g p pty rty wsa a not worth lioooo IOfll n in hn h had hadhut hadI hadueated
ueated I hut bu only 123000 23f and was 4 subject lhJ
J to a mortgage mor 11 or swo 70000 so 0 that thorn therAl wan wanan waaan
an Al equity of tf only nlv J3ooo 13014 for lh j IIOQOn IIOQOnbail 10o lOOt in
II I bail b1 of ih ha Goldbergs Olllhr Glucki GllckP Ghiicl property Iroprtywal propertywa
j was wal not nlt woith ollh Jinooo SlnO as I he I h stated but butonly butonl butonly
only onl Jrtooo 1100 and uI1 there wu w < t a 1 mortgage mortgaget mortlalo mortlaloI
t of 00 S oHW OJO The he wtuily 1111 in the Iht two proper prnptr
IneM II I i i H only OtIi tnrani nl hut ih petition petiion nays naysthat ay ayIhal mayathat
that undn Ild an execution lllion sale Bl that I amount amounti
i not likely liluly to bn I realized n0ll1 The h District DistrictAttorney DlslrlctUomoy Districtttornuy
Attorney found fouc that both Oluok OIIk ind indH nc
I H HhI Schry < vher > bed hld trnusferre IrlsfI1 hnlr property propertyafter IroprlyI
I after they I found that I he men 10n hail hailskipped hadklp badbitt
skipped klp but whon con rntwpl nip proceedings proceedingswere proflnl rodintwere
were r threatened Ihrtaltnod the 1lo ownnrtt own had Ihn Ihnpropety Ih IhIrpl thpropety
I propety Irpl t reconveywl to hem homThe hOm hOmTh hemTin
The Th DiMrict Otrict Attorney ornM petition Ittllon con concludes cn cnI concliidee ¬
cludes cludesThe dud cliideeThu
I dudTho The direction dir4lOI by the th Governor ovrnr of the theState Ihl theState
State of New ew w York ork thai your 011 petitioner petitionerinvwtinate rtlionr rtlionrIhi petitionerinveetigate
invwtinate this matter and lay it l II lie lieI > e ef
I f for for or the Ih Appellate plat Division Dlvilion of the Ih Supreme StipretneI SupremeCourt lprtI4 lprtI4WR
Court I ourt wn the Ih result 1111 of representations representationsmade
made ma to him by the th Governor Coror of Mosia Mosiachuetts IM IMehu Izneachitta
chuetts ehu and th < nppnal of citizens lllztls of ofthatCommonwonlth orI ofthat
thatCommonwonlth thatomnwnweaI that omniinwealth h whereinhe wherein hrlin tht integrity integrityof InltgrilYof
I of ihn judicial proce of t th the State Ial of ofNew ufI ofNew
New W York wa wa inipugnel inipugnelWherefore impunIWbonforo inipagnItvherori
I Wherefore Wbonforo your our petitioner prays that thatvou IhatIU thatvolt
volt IU will wi proceed 1 to hear the I evidence eldtnc of ofthe ofth ofthe
IrO
the th facts alleged in thi petition tlltlon and anlllhl that thatyou titatyou
you Ol will wi deal with the Ih amn according anlnl to tothe toIh toI
the Ih I law and the Ih t Ii practice racll ract Ic of the tht I courts courtsIn clrt clrtII courtIn
In II hi answer nl r Magistrate Barlow lrlow says saynI aJ
I acted Ihd In entire nlr nt in good nol ooI faith faih and relied reliedupon rele reliedupon
upon lpn the t h statement tnlmn made lal to me by h a areputable anpulahI4 arputalit
reputable attorney at a law and upon uponsworn uponwor uponawr
sworn wor n affidavits afdail of liondsmen honrmn and in the thobelief Ihohflf thetnlif
belief hflf that thus Immismen hondmtn hail 1111 sufficient sufficientequiuex aumcionltluil suffIcienttqlLitIe
equiuex in l n the Ih property to cover the thebond Ihebonr thebond
bond bondThe bonr
The 11 1 1 Magistrate 1i ilrl ileclanM dcar that he had hadno
no idea that the Ih burglars hurlla weru er accused acu of oftaking ortkin I Ittking
taking tkin Sl S1 3LtItMl iiui I J worth of goods o but blt that thatthe IhatIht thatthe
the Iht only complaint against a ainsl thorn ws wsmade w wmad wea weamade
made by man involving SI 110 4000 He Hethought 10 10thou Hethought
thought thou hl that the Ih willingness willjIe or the bonds bondsmen boodmtl bondncn ¬
men mtl to tj come rl to his hi house hous and take oath oathtn nailt
tn t the lIl th value 11 of f their property lrory WM I suffi sufficient etiftiCtt I IliII ¬
cient liII Ctt indication mdicuiol that thor went making makingtruthful makinl tnakintniihful
truthful Irllhfli statements statementsIn latm latmI
In a statement IatpIni concerning cncmlna the Ih case caseDistrict easelutrtCt al
I District Attorney Atorey Whitman said saidMagistrate laidlalilral saidtlagistrate
Magistrate lalilral Harlow Drlo is iO a a personal friend friendof
of mine and I hat always had full filI con oontidencn on
Ildnl I tidencn in hi official integrity ini rity but blt Oie Oiej Ih Ihha lbchargee
j charge ha rl ar 111 are serious Iriols and it is clearly my mydtitr m mrl toyduty
duty rl to io Ui t it thai the complainants complainantscase
case eat M i fairly fairl and fully fll presented prfnt to the theAppellate IhePrlal theppellate
Appellate Prlal Division I iAlon for or such action acl1n as I it itniav I Itmay
may ma dr oNn ikem m right rilht and proper projterIn prolMr prolMrIn
In behalf halr of l Magistrate lgiAtrall Harlow l1rlow his hiscounsel hi hiCIUI4I hiscotititel
counsel CIUI4I Austen Itn t1stn n 1 Fox os and Isidor J JKresol JRr JIrrsol
Kresol Rr cl made madt this statement statemontThere statementThere 1Iem1Th
There Th is no 01 charge char that thI Judge Iuli fuI Barlow Barlowacted UulowaCIt1 Itarlowacted
acted aCIt1 n bad faith in accepting aCptiDg thu bonds bondsin bnd bndin
in question flMlon The whole thing thill resolves resolvesitself rol rolItM resolvestiseif
itself ItM 1 into this That Judge Barlow rlow ac accepted accepted ¬ I Ipll1
cepted pll1 n bond bnd from fml two men who ho claimed elaimwdthnt claimt claimedthat
that thlt their nquity in certain rln real fll e eitat eitatwaa tatn tatnwas Iatn i
was J20OOO and now some real al etatexperts etat ietatiiexperts Iat
1 SZIOO
experts r say n that tht their equity ell is h lens 1 than thanthat Ihln Ihlnthat thanthat I
that num numTlie mlmTI aiimThe
The District doe not ask askfor askfor
TI Attorney tore dO ak akror I Ihrinl
for Judge Iuelte Barlows Brlow removal rmoval but Llt simply1 simply1brings limply simplybrings
brings hrinl to the attention Atenton of the Appellate AppellateDivUion Applate AppellateDivhiion I
DivUion Dvion the th facts in connection cnnecton with withthe wlh wlhtbf withthe
the tbf taking tkln of the Ih e bond Judge Jldt Barlow Drlow Ltarlowhaa I i ihas
has ha done nothing nOlbins for which ho Is liable liableto
to charge harJo and hiA coun clue1 counsel l have ba every everyretioon w iveryretLotb r I In
retioon n on to btlin bI Ii1iia > that the tb court COlrt will 1 no nohold cohold 0 0hol
hold holdThe hol
The ilav the th4 two burglars blr6lan disappeared disappearedMrs dlapparf1
Mrs 1 Sechery 8chr wit irt of one of 0 tint Ih bondsmen bondsmensaid bnmcn bnmcnuid
said that tawyor cr Sachs 8b had l aroused arul her hersympathy berBmpatby tieravmpatbv
sympathy bv t telling I4JUj telIin her how innocent innocentmen ionoCnt ionoCntmeD
men were in jail jaIandtinabli and unablo IDablo to prove Iro thoir thoirinnocence Ihuirinnonc thoirInnocence
innocence innonc unle they got jot bail bai She said saidthat I Ithat i ilht
that lht Hach tach took Iok her h r and her bfr husband hllband to tothn totini
thn th JefTernon lef4ron Market Iarkft prison prlln and shod showsdher shodhOr showidher I
her hOr the wenping plng vrivej J of the prisoners prisonerswhich prilnewhirh prisonerswhIch
which whirh touched her htr and ald caused luM liar to toinduce 10Indlc toinduce
induce Indlc her husband hllband and her brother brlhr to togo toIo toSn
go Io bail bni for the th men ln lawyer Sachs Sachsaert MacheaMurted ach achiNtd
aert iNtd aMurted d that h In didnt know the Ih men menhad mfn menhail I Ihad
had jail rvconls rccor and thought Ihollbt they worn worntailors wlr wlrIiof weretailoni <
tailors Iiof living liDg in Goerct norc street 111 who wore worepounced Wfr WfrIJOUc1 werepoiinccd
pounced IJOUc1 upon Ipn by the th police fllr when thev thevwern Iheyer therwet
wet er coming rminl homn from frm th the theatre Ihealr with withtheir wih wihthoir withtinr
their famibos famibosvir familf fainilitsll I Im
vir m ll r I 0 f 1 in I inn tHI ItTFmi ItTFmir lit TElls KTFIIStin TEllsIrL
tin r llrlmont Ilan tI tn Sene I I Popular Popar PopularPrier j jPrice IPlr
Price Plr Luncheon luolon Tlirrr Trr Thereiii TlirrrIhn I
Ihn iii 10 new headquarters bedqlartfrl of Ihu Ihl PoUtlCI PoUtlCItuall Political PoliticalEquality
Equality tuall Association AIMllliol at I I 114 to East lt Thirty ThirlYfOIrlh rhiriyfourth 1 1fourth
fourth fOIrlh street will wi be h formally orma1y opened on onMonday ODMond onMontLay
Monday Mond Mm 10 lra O II I P 1 Itelmont leJmoDt was wal walthre Wa Wathere j jthere
there yesterday trday afternoon afernoon looking lokll over overhv oert overi1e
hv t premises prlmiae and giving J lnl directions to her I Imanager ImAnaer Ititanager
manager Miss It Mary Iar Donnelly DonnellyI olnl
I ha havdtcdellbat liavdecided vn decided that It would be foolish foolishto foolh foolhto I
to let any Iny of tin space pC goto Io to watte 1110 said saidMm MidIr aIdMrs
Mm Ir Belmont lmont with a gesture ILllrC toward lOarllh lOarllhrurthr Ihe Ihefurther tb tbfurther
further end nd of the thf long lonl room 1001 too and so 0 wn wnare weare
are Ir going oin to liNe le part of it for u I lunch lunchroom lunchroom lunchroom
room I hope hoP it will wi be h patronized for forwe rorw forwe
we w are Irl going Joinl to give good 004 food 004 nt II very verymoderate rerymoderate r
moderate prices pricesMis prC pricesMisc
Mis Ii Donnelly onll explained 1 Iha 1ml t the Iluolunche IluoluncheWfr lunches luncheswere luncheswere
were Wfr nil al to be h served Hrf A la carte crte and that thatno
no one nn article Artlclf would cot COt morn than llln fIve flvncents nv fIvecfflt
cents 11 except xept chicken chlcke which will wi co COt coiti t ten tenThere 10 10Thpr tenThere
There will i be b a piano in the front part of ofthe orth if ifthe
the th room which will wi hn n divided from the ther th thereetirant
r rMllumnt reetirant tjiunuit by b screens crtnanrdnc cTseflt41IflllLflC5 nnd dances will wi be begiven inglvon
given glv frequently frunly for tho young YOIng people fople of ofthn orth ofthu
thn th neighborhood neighborhoodPolitical nllhhorho
Political InUlical meeting will wi he hheld held several severaltime IfVr IfVrtl niweraltlri
time tl nch cb we k kW I II
W I I If f II IIT iiir KT I 115 txis 4S fMf ISII < Ttttf TtttfKJie Tn Tnhp riziiShiea
KJie hp Cot to fet Here Irrf Derrnitier mllr II and andel a sadIct
Ict ir el Hark 1k Tn nl1 > Slffore Irfaff rnrlitmsi Crlllm Crlllmn CTitIitrflail
n 1 loril offlre nm of the th Clnard lard Line is a abit ahi abit
bit hi perturbed prurh01 over the Ih trohl > roblem of send sending IndII sendIng ¬
ing II off I IT the th turbin giante Kllnt Mnnrelania Mnnrelaniatun laurfInl
twit t weeks wl1 from lodnv Ind on the th swiftest swiftestround Iwire awIttstround t trOln1
round rOln1 trip ever undertaken by a trans transatlantic tranatlmto transatlantic ¬
atlantic atlmto enmhlp Thn schedule ached chNII Is li that thatsh tht thtMh thatshe
sh she slmll lutl arrive hers on ii m the Ih night night of ofThnrMljy orThIrd ofThurilay
ThnrMljy ThIrd < Y Deomb r 15 l in limn Hi to dock dockand dockald dockatid
and ald I hut llm Ih coil coaIIJr barge shall hal get along alongHili alongciii
Hili 11 the II moment she h i It menu mlt fast and andcrowd Andcrd andcrowd
crowd her hunkers lkerl with about Anoo 0 tons tonsThn IonTh toeri
Thn ri greatest number lumhr of Englishmen Knglishmenthat tngllhmpn tngllhmpnthat
that ever 1 lui Jt gone < on home for plum plJm pudding puddingwill Jllrdln Jllrdlnwi
will wi Iw iimong IIOl the Mauretania laurpIIII recora recoralist rront rronthit rpeortflat
list hit for the thO season UJOI of first Irt cabin passen passengers pessengun un ungr ¬
gun nnd 111 them th will 11 be h ulo 1 i group of ofAmnricin ofIrlI oftinarlcan4
Amnricin IrlI going golnR to spend thn th holidays holidayswith holrLYI holrLYIwilh holidayswill rolf
with relativf i titled tl1 and oth othri olherwie rwi in inKirope II InEurope
Europe In the th Hnrond < ndcJbil cabin and ald steerage xteerajcnwill steeragewill I fi
will wi IXMI he a throng thrnnl of Koarwlinnvinns HJlllvlAnO mnklna mnklnatheir moklnl niaklngtle
their tle annual pilgrimngn 1lllrhPII from Mat KlatM of oftho ofthe
1 the 110 Northwest to their old homes hom to hay havnn havI hayI
the Ih home of the th Christmas Christmastree
n I I good M timoin time In homl Chrm Chrmtr
tree tr
Northwesterly and westerly werl gales 111 t are arnthn ar artho aretIn
tIn rule In December Dohr and the Ih great prat tur turbine turhln ttirblnn ¬
bine rlt may mlY not not get et to her hfr dock beforn Fri Prlly Friitay Friday ¬
day morning nornln That Tlt U I what is i bothering botheringthe hotherinl
the th ly official omci Not ot only olly must all al that I ht vast vastsupply Vlilt Vliltuppl vastPitippi
supply uppl of coal cl b hf be stowed towe away but a big biglot hll biglot
lot 10 of 0 provisions to supply pply fbi th ships shipscompany shipscompany hip hipcompny
company until unti the th liner gets to Fish Flshuuard Fishguard 1hIlard
compny guard two days before hfo Christmas Crlm Ihn Ihnrout 1 lb lbcost b btOt
rout tOt Ilard lit if f coal Ioal alone for the th round rnd trip trlJ will willh willhe 1
h he clo d e to 30000 30000rttrK artnOritit 0 0fU
rttrK A six x nniiAit nniiAitHH nOIul EY CW r4UR erAliIlrn4rIIa r4URf
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pall U ii rass d > J SI New e ew York City ClrI 141 < H
JERSEY SCHOOLBOYS SCHOOLYS STRIKE STRIKErnnoi STRIKE1Wr STRIKEol1srns
ol1srns 1Wr I i 41 rnnoi T I Rt cn ii nn nnMOTIOS 11 i i11TIOI
MOTIOS 1fTlf OF Tinint TIIlt KIHFHS KIHFHSilunlelMilllle itinsThree 11 11Tr
Tr Three ilunlelMilllle uOItIIIIU re rlrrtdJanl rlrrtdJanllar ttteetCdJnt ttteetCdJntbr tlretr < l Janl Janltor
tor Meitibeii luhb l and Srali ral Tcrrorleil Tcrrorleilfop Ttrortfl TtrortflOI
fop OI Callnl Cllrd In Ncenr n of It DI UIurll UIurllInr Iisturh Iisturhinre > turlH turlHanre
anre Ethic rM t to Come eme mi Honda HondaAn MondayAn
An 1 epidemic Iilmic of strike Irik broke Irk out 011 ye yrter yrtertay ter terday IrIa
day Ia among alln schoolboys in II three Ihr lludton lludtoncounty JInn JInnllnly lItIliiItciiiflt
county ciiiflt llnly New N ew Jerey inunlcipahties mlnllfallt cans cauing Cl ClInl cansIng
ing Inl iniiny lY bl hild lilack < irl < marks mak for nl Ihpn atninee > cnc < ind indtjrdinefH 11 11lanil iI iItjrdlnes
tjrdinefH lanil in I Ptiblie Plhle School Selol 21 i in Jersey JerseyCity leraeyrliy
City 1111 7 in il Iliibiiken lhkt1 and 7 in il North orlh Korgfn Korgfnand Irln Irlnand Iteritetand
and much Ilch anxiety among tin II principal principaland irincipalafll
and itacher ad in the strike Irik Tone 71 It I i b blieve bed ho holieved < >
lieve ed < l that the Ih boys were infected infct1 by h left leftover Itrl ItrloVlr leftiver
over oVlr perm ltrl from rror the expressmens xpItI recent recentstrike rOnl rOnltrik recentstrike
strike strikeThe strikeIto trik trikTht
The trouble lrubl in il School khol 21 t Jersey f City Citywa Iit Iitwa iI iIWa
wa precipitated prtiJitnlt41 bv a brilliant hrililt idea i ida t In II the thenoddle lb lb10hl
noddle 10hl of It f one 011 Felix Iix Seneke Ik a i fourteen fourteenynarold fourlnyttold fourteenyearold
ynarold pupil that IhI1 a strike Ink would wonl prevent preventPrincipal prnlPrncipal preotitPrincipal
Principal Prncipal W V Allen A lIti 1 Melnr from carrying carryingout carryingflit irlill
out Olt Superintendent SlporoltHII of f School Shool Htnrj 1 hhtnrySiiytlnrs Htnrjplin 1 r rSlydpr
Slydpr plin pL1t to ditnbute rilriIHI hiMt tilitite thn I h grammar grammarscho gm mlllr mlllrchool titnia r rschool
school chool < il pupil of 21 I among Ilon other school schoolwhen ecluxilwiten choulhn
when hn new 1 Public School 32 3 at II Seventh Seventhand Suvnthand h hand
and Cole oJ oie tr 111 treet et i is opened on Monday MondayDaniel MotidayIaniel ol < a anlni1
Daniel nlni1 llArr lim Its riv and Ilul oilier small Imll boy boywho hoywlHe boywoe
who woe e age Ag > range rnnl from frnr I 9 to ti IS I got 11 their theirhead Ihirhf1r1 theirleiI
head together lO and amidecide anddecided
hf1r1 tlhr yesterday momine lnlnl nld nldIredd1
Iredd1 decide that in union them i trfiiglh trfiiglhand trengtland llh llhand
and about ahol eentyHve CDO youngtnrs OIDIInr who whofeared wh whf4art1 whofeared
feared f4art1 they ty were rl slated ll1 to t go to to School I Ivoted Ivoted
voted 014 to bold hoJ out 011 against th transfer transferand Inafr Inafrand tnnaftrand
and stick fk to II the t he List LIlI for a t three I hrP hour hourschool hOlr hOlrIlchool hourschool
Ilchool school day dayThe dayThe
The trouble Il0uhll dvveloped during rrnl the thenoon II IInoon thenoon
noon hour hOlr Irincipal Mr MenIor 1fIr ler m nIicet nIicetthit > tice l ltliit
tliit tu the Ih boys didnt trtidgeupsliir when whentho whntle whenIii
tho tle Iii tlrst hell h1 ning for or the aflernon ICm1 cm cmsion es esion
Ion He 1 got I busy hllV right rlll away aWI and alr found fouodout rOIDd rOIDdOlt foundt
out Olt t tluir Ihl he h had a I ptrike Irik on hi IIII hands handsHe handfl hnnthHe
He fl went wtnl down tn the courtyard and andlearne nlulIfm1 atiillearnei
learne Ifm1 < from frul several ral scared eri youngster youngsterthat YOI 1 1lun
that lun threats IhrIII had lM hien n made mi by tj the tl th ring ringleaders rIDj ringi ¬
leaders IMd i that t their I head hfd would Olld bn hplncc punched punchedif
if they went nt in He I nn use Ie < < a t lot of it inonil inonilAuanion roml romlualloD tnonlsuasiOn
suasiOn ualloD aDd telephoned to I the Ih Second Secondprecinct Secoiiprecinct
precinct princt station Iralion losenda 10 tld u cop right around aroundThen arllnl arllnlThn aroundThen
Then he went tnt hack to hi desk dfk and the Ih roll rollcall rnl rollcall
call Cl in the Ih cbs cb rooms showed at lenst lensteventyfiv l laitseventyttso al al1epnlrfh
eventyfiv 1epnlrfh absenteeii a bn I A score cor of boys boyxgot bo boysgot
got 01 their courage ural back when wh a policeman policemanput 10Utlan 10Utlanput
put In nn IU appearance RfpuanN and twenty 1111 tardy tardyonei tardyonce ard ardon
once on > strolled Irle In late lateThe Li hit hitThe
The striker Irlktr gither Kil hn1 l in il Thirteenth Thirteenthstreet Ilirtenthstreet h htr1
street after afr school chol wa WI in II it and nld made 1111 a ademonstration admonttnIIJul aaiemonpttritlon
demonstration dmonttnIIJul They yclOI veiled and ind i nl shrieked shriekedtheir shriekedtheir hrik1tlulr
their indignation IndiKatlon tonI anl shouted holl1 Scab Scabat cahilat II IIal
at the Ih ii boyx inside until unl heads popped poppedfrom poppedfrm poppodfrom
from frm the Ih windows of rcxidence nil 11 along alongthe alongth
the th block The teachers Iach nnd Inr pupil were weredisturbed weredisturbed 4r4O 4r4OdlturbMJ
disturbed by thn th racket mktt and anr Principal PrincipalMessier Irllcpal IrllcpalMoler IrincipalMessier
Messier notified notlll the Ih police pole that he wanted wnntndthe wlnt1 wlnt1th wantedthe
the th strikers 8trlkt1 dispersed dlIJtP Policemen PoU mtn eely NeelyB S eelyBeggana ly lyBgpnl
B Bgpnl Beggana ggann and Ryan who were doing doingreserve tiningmary Iolnl
reserve m4Or duty were wereaent rnt sent Irolnr around In a hurry hurryand hlrr hurryand
and they charged cbare on the Ih trouble trolhl makerTlie lakr maker nakrahuu
Tlie Tu huu strikers ItrikrIr1 reenforced by a aof number numberof 1llltr 1llltrof
of big by boys who dont dIt go 0 to itchool thI re returned 1 1lmf r rtimed ¬
turned lmf to the school ho1 building hlidlll at n 3itt odd oclwunt oddII
nt II the thO clove cA of the session 101 and wait wail1 < d for forthe forh forthe
the h scabs 8ab to come conl con out lt There wa a arush anlh ariiah
rush nlh at th the first bunch 1111 to appear and andonn an41on andon
onn on small mll youngster YOlnKIr wu wits punched ncher in the thenose I thenos h hnO
nose nO He H ran r1 har hl < to hi class ca room roomgripping roomgrippllj roomgripping
gripping grippllj the th hleedint feature rllr Hi Hitencher Ii Iiteacher Ilk Ilkteacher
teacher reported rPr1 to I the Ih principal Irincpal what whathud wllt wllthld whathad
hud hld occurrednnd < clrrlanc Prof Prnf Mesler held IKICK IKICKall hr hral hacxall
all al those thO4 hoygaint > M > y < tugainot whom whol thn thO lb striker strikerhad Ink Inkhad trikrahail
had n 1 grievance rlnc loiter 1Ir th Ihy V were wererorted Weruoecl r ror1
rorted or1 out of if the Ih strili nle ttrnforv hv I upi rnpiand upiand p pand >
and sent nl to I their thtir t home homeIn hul hornIn
In the Ih lfamir meinnine Policeman 1011 1111 Patsy Kelly Kellyhad lily lilyhad hollyhtI
had his hil hands hlnd full 1 in l thetn rel < l wiiii WI h1 ii strikers strikersand atrk nk nkald q qand
and ald one on ieorge Orp Monaco Ionlro it I year c1 old oll of f f2U
214 line Street trlt threv thr I a 1 stone 11 at 11 the 11 cup cupjust cupJUMt eiiJust
just a he h had seen I the Ih express XI strikers stnUersdo ttnkr ttnkrdo
do Pitv 11y caught Mnnuco after a sharp sharpchase sharpchase lir lirrha
chase rha arid anl foftl tot l him hll 10 0 ttn t ho > station stat Iafol ion hull houThe hullTh hiouiThe < >
The Th prisoner prllnr wan va o taken a I i ule me > nce to I lh lhjuvvnile iiijuvenile I Ijlm
juvenile court mlr ci rt and si sn > nimce IIme1 cJ < l tooneilays tooneilayslinpriHonment I u ole otto day dayirpriIIn tlays tlaysiuipriiuiniurnt
linpriHonment irpriIIn in the I hi City it y Prison Prisoni Inul
i ii I 11 11 i oclock IJok vitferdav tfrll afternoon afternoonfifty nIrnol atteritnotiflfty
fifty lfty boys wh whiia > Me ng 11 ago < range rn from in to II IIAent I iiwelit I
Aent 11 to t Public School honl 7 at i Itrk Ik nenue nenueand nnlp nnlplul nvntietititi
and lul Vewar ar Htr tt1 stret vt llolioien 1h en md 11 11dar1 d dotarnl do doiinrl
otarnl that Ihll they Ih were r on 01 Pt strikx itt Irik for a I four fourhour fourhiiii nur nurhnur
hour hiiii i r sihoot d11 iliv cav Ia V ln In I In > > of thn I iii Imv I 0 iv with w Ith a abit 1 1lilt I I
bit hi of f rlmnoi i rhol > l the th t up iiiiiand iiiiiandon 1mall 1mallon
on thn II I to doorstep of r th I hi shoo 110 and ni then thentherrowd Ih1 I hent
therrowd tht t he Id ruwd Ix 1111 in tn I n hoot nnd 1110 pl v vill oh I lanito lanitoTom 11io 11ioTom zi n it o oTotti
Tom Henry Inry I I en ry lieird hiei oh th < lm driiontratiiin iruuupnst rat and andlit 111 111IiI ii ii I Ilit
lit into the th hookev hook cv pliving IYI strik strikr r with witha
a i rattan ratai The Th tOY I retiriKxl rIlfwd ret iriiuul tin I l fight flithtcharging llht llhtdarlill fightchargiig
charging darlill on 01 the Ih janitor Jin lor with sinks tkk s imd imdstone iinIstones n1 n1IIOIL
stone IIOIL Henry lnry wielded hi h rattan rltan rI tInt with withgo wllh10Id withgoxl
go 10Id goxl < > d effect I1 until Inlil Hiinn 1 utruck linn him in inthe Intb inthe
the tb beau hpI1 and < lnt 1 and iUJ hun I he h beat Ial nn nniftnominoii 11 itoignominouui
iftnominoii IKominlo retreat r1 rll rent Th anr atiquiiliing atiquiiliingof IUihlll ui < hlng hlngof
of the Ih jmuor jlni or mreas ilrPI1 Inrreaeed l thu fury of the therebels th thrbl threbiI
rebels and th thy y redoubled rrolhlr their veils yla mid midmade AII AIImad atuilmade
made demitndti drrteh for thn tt 1 scaliM h to u come comeout fflfl fflflout r rOtlt
out and Ind get 1 theIrs tlmirFearing theIrsFearing hi hiYRrin
Fearing Ihat the rh pupil 1111 in I thn Ih t hi school schoolwould u9ioilwould rhl1 rhl1wOlld
would wOlld become lpCl frightened nt II th uproirj uproirjIn uproar uproarin I III I
In II the th street Principal lrlcipll John Inhl Garth GRrh Col Colman 1011 1011mn ole I Iman I
man mn mal th round rllnl of th > eLi 1 room rnor1 rooruusanti i iand i
and 01 counselled culId the tl teachers hJI h to tell tpl th thchildren j jchildren I Irhidrn
children rhidrn th there re wa Wa no n rovtin for flr them to toRet toget n nRt
Ret Rt alarm aIAf alarmed Hi Th teachers Iaeh succeeded in inulltlnl inquieting n nquieting
quieting ulltlnl the th yoiing youngsters O tnp Ir and d iIa4 < work workwa worl I Iwal Iwas
wa wal was resumed rtlm reisum ° d although lhOI h th the children hilcrn were werenoticeably werenoticeably r ruotcahl
noticeably uotcahl inattentive inltnllv thn th remainder rrAinpr of ofthe If IfIhe ofthe
the nlon nlonPrincipal eilonPrincipal Ion IonPrncJfml
Principal PrncJfml Colman 01ImI1 reported rpotc in II full fll to toHupt IJRlp Ii IiRupt
Hupt Rlp A J Pemret 1la the Ih exciting xdtnl events eventsof pnlor
of the afternoon Irlrnoon just a soon Mon as h lie had hadchAticr hlr hlrchne a achticc
chAticr chne and Mr Defnnr Otmart ° > t directed the thetruant th thtrant thetruant
truant trant officer ofctr to nab any In trik trlkr > r hn h may mayfind lay laynd mayfind
find nd nn In the lb h streets trrft next nf Monday lonly and halo halohim hil hilhim balihim
him before bfore Recorder Icordrr McfSovnrn McfSovnrnIn Jnom JnomIn
In North Sorh Rorgon JrKen tho thon n srhoolbors hlhn who whoare h i iam i
am ar on strike st Irko k urn 1m at willing iln t ti > arcei wct a i i four fourhour fourhour I IhOlr
hour day Fifty Fity played play hook hloky y nt Il Srhoxilj chnil
7 yesterday after notifying nJtrytJ Initcipal InitcipalWilliam lrclp1Wllam lrticipahWilliam
William Wllam Homers H lnl that they mnint busim 1111 hpuisinessSeveral j
Several youngsters YOUlgI were r licUeI lid bv Iv thy thystrikers < h htrikers ho hoItrkOn <
strikers ItrkOn on their way to and from torn th Ihchol the theschool J Jschool
chol school and walking wakinl delegates dlflal from No SO 7 7viiited 71 711if 7visited
viiited 1if the thl other schools chol and Ind tried ri l to toluduoi t toindici I
luduoi IDdI tho hoy to join in the th strike strikeIt atrikit trk trkIt
It wa w estimated Mlma J that at last IVI I I l Ioy boys boyshad > oys oyshad
had caught cJht the strike Irikl fever and nd ak abIIt1 abIIt1Ihmtlv abnnted abnntedthemselves ented entedtherriBolvei I
themselves Ihmtlv from rrm school in the Ih township townshipye twnlhlpTntma townshipyesterday
yesterday ye t rday The Th police polir am ar gttting Mlnl ready rwlyfor Iy I i ifor
for a busy no aealnn Inn on on Monday morning morningand mrnlnan
an and un unless the tl hoys bOYI decide docill lu bn I good ood and Ine andrettirn I Ireturn
return 11m to thalr th lr ciiwirnoins croons they tly are art at going goingo lnl
to o got into serious rioI I trouble roubleIt I
It I can b be safely mid Ilc that the IlI school schoolauthorities schoolauthorities chIaut
aut authorities horltl In ho h three th mlnldPlltil
rill 1 not not meet any A grinvnnoi jrlVIICl cornmltteni rmrlt oorirnitfcnor J Jnor I Inor
nor will i they consent cnhisi olnt nt to If an In arbitration rbirlton of ofthe oflh oftha
the lh difficult dlJclll They propose prolll to seilli seillithe ef efthe fp fpIhl
Ihl the strike utrik tril in th their ir own wav and tlmt tlmtmeans IhAtmn ituatmPafl
means that tht the th boys will i l JI lx > obliged hllP1 in inreturn 1 1retur Ireturn <
retur return to t school Ihol Ml thn Ihf old hour hJ wlthmil wlthmilnay withipolgal lh1 lh1u1
nay more mor noniienie DODDe I
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ft I I VIKIt IIFI tHOM 1ltHI FOIltTII IITI STint STOItrAir STintIu
Air Iu latlnla 1llla Mlimlilt tlllll le I ielt t t nguarilrd tnuartledloninaits nguarilrdConinilti oluardl
Coninilti Olmlli Muirhle ullde at t Slatrr Ibl Home HomeMM nomerr IlonieMr
MM rr Ijxvmia Schmidt who 1ho resided rtldd with withher withher ith ithhr
her widowed sister 111r Mrs ln Charle Charlei K KjCiutivr Eiutior
jCiutivr i O iutior iLr and ant tho tht tatters lalr son on jumped jumpedfrom jtlrt1 jtlrt1from jtitiipcifrom
from the Ihl fourth tory window indo1 of her herMeters hriIr hersiters
Meters iIr risidence iI4C at 2W 61 ui Went Ninety Ninetyllrst inet inetlt inety inetylirat
llrst lt trI yesterday ttrlly afternoon aftrlon and wa wakilled wakil was waskillitl
killed kil inMintly Her 14r act was attributed attributedto ItrlUIfc
It I to t lemM temporary > rary insanity insanityPoliceman hlullity insanityholicotiiati
Policeman lolklul John l lJllhlo lOtiuliuie > on < ilmo had ad the thl body bodyrcmovel boy boyrlt1 bodyetnoveI
I rcmovel rlt1 to thn Ih ett t 100th 10th street station stationwhern stationwhere tallonwhr
where it i remained relllned several 1ral hour > This Thhwas Thiswas
I was lxcaiin > neither lilhor Mrs r Uuutior nor 10r her hervon hernl herWOO
von nl Charles thart wan wal at homo at the Ih time timeThey limeThty timelhoy
They hud left Mrs Irs r Schmidt hr l in II the Ih th care careof carnf careof
of the 111 thu threv 111 vervnnlH and ald had hld gone goneshopping jnne jnnehJIinR goneshopping
shopping hJIinR Thn Th servant Annll were so excited excitccthat excitedthat xeled xeledthlt
that thlt they were r unable to give he the tht woman womanname womnnIIUI womanshattie
name IIUI to the II pitlice pJl 4ice much luch le I a coherent coherentMalcmeitt coberentIItInl coherentsItu
Malcmeitt sItu IItInl cobol and 11 ftitiseipiently the Ih t body bodywu bodywas
wu n taken taktu away awayMr uwav4hI awayIN
Mr IN Schmidt 4hI i in her leap landed lalld near neartlie narth nearthe
the th gutter 111r When h1 hieti Mr Ir Gamier GIII ir returned relurnethome rllrltd rllrltdhr returnedIliuluie
home hr cevrral ral hours holr later situ ho Informed infonnetthn
thn th Milict I > lint t her si sister ter hail lxt Isiu > n suffer suffering stifferlug ller llerI
lug 11p from rnm nervousness nervousnessMrs lrIItM lrIItMHdllit
I Mrs Schmidt Hdllit wa was U I l s vean a > olil 411 Her Herhusliand lr lrh 11crhutishaini
husliand h lba ld from whom she u4i h had been beene heeiielurati
MIIrI e elurati > urated > 1 for live 1 liv yearn is i Kdlillind drl1 P PSchmidt I Piklumnlit
Schmidt Hdllill said hl bv ty Cluirle Chul K t Callir iautier tu tuhave tuha I Iha
have ha ye l > wn in the Ih I bunkinK I tutu It i ng husineiu hlil in il i ii this thiscity IhiMi I isiuicity
city i but hii now 10 > of Phtlndelplua PhtlndelpluaMr Ihil lpl l
Mr Ir iautier said hhl la last t night I hl that a imrm imrmhad mainiehail I Ihml
had IHVII 1 > 1 in II almost nllt constant CIIIII attendance attendanceupon atldanc
upon 1101 In aunt RIHI for u I year 4ur but hit the t family familyhud raliy raliyhad taiuiilyhad
had iiixneeil < l with her 11 MTVICV nh rvij only on onhlla onThuilav
hmxiav 1 hlla Stn SI Steps > K In h md liad ha linen taken tnkuntoward takuDI takentwarii
toward I 4 a Id having havil Mr 1 Solymdt 1 lidt coinmitteiJ coinmitteiJto
to Mime 1 KnniiuriumMr oliurilm oliurilmIr Knniiurium aiitariuuznMrs
Mr Ir Schmidt Hdunhl and 1111 Mm I Oallir Iautier went wentthe werethy ro
the tb duughterx Ihl of Jiinies IIU O I McNainara McNainarawho leamamho
who ho mail nlll oiiidiTabln olhlmhl money Uony in il Dublin Dublinliefore Dlhln Dlhlnhrr Iuullinlietr
liefore coining lin to NVw ew York torl 011 Mrs 11 Sau Gauitiers Sautters al ¬
tiers lr husband hlhld who died 11 in 10UU 111 was wal the theson th thestun
son 01 of nfJ J 1 11 I Haulier Iait allir ler who wh founded nuldO the theCambm th thambn theatnbrii
Cambm ambn Steel 1 Work Clmrl I itarluts harlt s K Jan Ual Claustier Jantier
tier ruccetHlrfl hi fattier in II steel 161 enter enterprise eolrpri cuterlirises ¬
prise pri
irtror 1 tTVlit nlt iosr iiittKn iiittKnPall 1lti I Iai
Pall ai < mi Ot l Feet > t ftr IH lust 11 I lilt 11 MidlIne MaelilneIMane MidlInePlane Ialhlne IalhlneIan
Ian Mrrcknl MrrcknlNKW tireekedNEW rkfl rkfly
NEW y OHiKtvx OIua nlpss La ji IVc L Augustus AugtiKtusPo UIU IUA IUAPI
Po PI t one ni of thj t lie aviators Ialo in thn t in meet meethnre mmt mmth tnethiurq
hnre h was injuiiHJ when bin hi machine up upni lp lpI upeu
ni eu I foot flI wa caught in il it a heavy gust 6lt ur urIld < > r rwituil l lwind
wind Ild latn hat this afternoon aflerlon and swept to toearth tntarlh toarthi
earth He sustained bniiics hnli about the thefacw th thfal theface
face fal and Ixnly and was WI knocknd klokd uncon unconM uncn uncniOUA tinconedotis
M edotis IOIIH lit t wa nulled to hh hotel in II an anautomobile an110mobil anittitomobil
automobile 110mobil and is II under undl the th cam of r a aplivncmn ah aphuician
plivncmn plivncmnThen phuicianflier h iciln icilnTIIr
Then TIIr was great 11al excitement pclemnt among the thenonn Ihe4ono theftto
nonn 4ono spectator ftalon in the th grand Irmc stand when whenPo whnPo whenIot
Po Iot t fell fl and 2 01 s jQ people dashed daho on the theHeld Ih Ihfld thefield
Held fld and thronged IhrnJ around arolld the th wrecked wreckedbiplane wrkN wrkNbi wreckedhi
biplane biplaneA bi 1111 1111A pianoA
A telegram IIlnll received rpClvl at the tht offices omCs of ofGlenn oro otGlenn
Glenn o Inn II I Curtis lrt from K I n Moore Ioor at atNew atStW atNew
New StW Orleans Oral last 13I night mad madPost rad ruadIost
Post 101 slightly llhtly bun hUr him Nothing othlnl serious seriousMachine seriousMachine rlouA rlouA1hln
Machine 1hln wrecked wrkd Other Olh H heir successful successfulAmong successfulAmong uClful
Among Amon the other olh referred lf1 to who are areflying ar areflying
flying yin at th thi meet mtt an ar Ely McCurdy llcny and andWanl andWanl andVanl
Wanl WanlSTIIIhK WanliTI1 VanlsTltihl
STIIIhK iTI1 IT V lI 1 ljS Sfl ill COUFGK COUFGKFour OIFO OIFOour
Four our of f tilt Six I 141 Clipf bets Quit Qul Their 11 Job and anilthe aotlIh andIii
the Ih Fifth Ifh I Ill I In lied Ile1IoroiiKKKMlE Jf liedlovouIKtiunulr
IoroiiKKKMlE 10101 KI i1 IF IX I ic > c 2 Vassar ar College Collegei CltI
i Is facing faclll thn Ih saute 1 emergency mr ency that often oftenconfront ofen ofenColrrI1 otteti2oIufrotits
ColrrI1 confront the Ih hoiuwwifn holwil when thus tl cook cookleave cok cokIll cookk
leave Ill k ivu without wihout warning Arnili and a houseful hoiuefulof 10Wrful i iur
of gtiot I are Il nTpected for dinner IlnDr Four Fourout FourpuIt our ourlt
out lt of Ibo n ik i chefs at n the Ih college oleg struck strucktoday strucktnday trlckloday
today for shorter llrtr hours and Ild quit lit their theirjol thlrjot theirjoin
jot TI The fifth fth chef is i ill in il lied I and the thesixth th thIsb thusixth
sixth Isb i helplen hlpl to meet mtt the Ih demands dtmaul of ofoun ofoi ofou
oun oi ou thousand houand hungry hlllr girl girlI Klril girlThero
here Thr I are I no walking delegate dltgO in incookery II IIcllr I Icookery
cookery cllr or gaitroiioinjo u1 rOlwml unions Iliol at Vassar VatsarC Vassariolioge aar aarCIlt
C illege CIlt < I ita b l < > kitchen kilcht1 i is ruled r1141 by a serious seriousminded ierlouisniliuded rlol1 rlol1mil
minded mil YOIIt VOUIIK wninan 0 ia I Mi I llahret llhrt an ann
n irjn Ilall ru I the Ih steward Hhe HI tie i is u new newcomer 1t newconir
comer 011 and ald nd it i is claimed daimll that shy h has h3 isa made madencviral rad4 madeivurai
I
ncviral ral Miiwclcoui chitriKir anl For one onethuiK oneI I
I thing thil rhe sit h depried each chef h of one 01 oil of his hisu hil hila liiiasistants
u asistants i Itnl tant and increased Inrra < the I b icily dnl tour lourof tourof tourof
of Mrvicn rI from ruin eight tllht to eleven hours hoursli hourIhatfactn hourslisitlsfactlin
li atifactnin Ihatfactn ha has IHII in the th air for forsoiii forSoul
soiii 01 time 111 t Tin afternoon arrlrno1 four of the theoldest t h hIdt he heOlIPMt
oldest chefr who wh have hllt Ixcli 111 at the tl college collegefrom colje coljefrum collegefruit
from eight ilht to tu twenty years car a held a con conference cunfrIC cullteretuco ¬
ference frIC UT the Iw I lii com lHII eoniiiioti 11 it ion lol of if which they theyremoved IhyI theytheir
removed rIIOJ their cat I uism threw off 1 their aprons apronsand apon aponan apronsanti
and an marched grimly to 14 Ti the door leading leadingoutAard leadingnitwnrui
outAard 11 It I n I I up II to II Vassar to get 141 four fournew fOlr fOlr11f fournow
new < licfn licfnuirs 11f 11fII hiIsin
II in uirs IfO t rs fintur WIT siKtn HII itKconn itKconnllaiiilllnn ItlnUl ItlnUllmllnn IZLOItiitaiuuihlipi
llaiiilllnn lmllnn rile Il Ill at the ttf Hat of Ketent KetentnIne S Se rni rniuuitue ot otnln
nIne lilies an Hour HourMMirtil lonr lonrInlrl hourMyirtti
MMirtil Inlrl Tnn r > nn IVe I Iu 2 The Til breaking breakingof hraklnIf
of If II thu worlds wrll trwod 14 record corr in in a biplane biplaneby Ilplano IlplanoI
by I I Charles harh K I Hamilton 1111n marked tho sec second NC NConll secmu ¬
ond mu day ila 11 y of the 1 h international illrtut int rliut lunul aviation a Vlllol meet meettodiv mtto11Y mnittodav
todiv Hamilton lamlln I mad 1141 > four fUlr mil in inI il ilminl inmninhit
I miniiteH minl i econil I nn 11 average ara p of 70 I1Z 2 miles milesan mi mliialt
an al hour Hlr exceed exceeding xcp0lnl inn hi own previous previousrecord pr4vIOl pr4vIOlrcrll fireVlfltUurecord
record record of ni 111 ttIfl < l mile an hour hOlr mail lad on a ain amil aituil
in mil i In rack I rlrl nf Il Snrrntnento SIr Ilto Cnl CnlArrangement a aI ml mltrruflgenionts
Arrangement rall rnl are Ir Iming made for a arace aI arae
race ra wih wll a fa fat t IllinnU Jlnui Central Cltrl train trainfrom trainfrur trainfriar
from frur Meinplu IIII to Grenada Mls 1f a ills distance illslance I ¬
lance tal of slightly alight 11 hl Iy over a hundred hundrrd mile mileJohn ml mileJohn
John 111 II I Mdisant 1llant announced annolncml tonight tonightthat lonl ht htI
that I he h would hl try tr for the II > K 000 > 0 prize prizeoffered plz prizenffretl
offered by thn Ih Cjmmcrctal eJlunrrirI Appral IPIc1 for forlxIPI a asixteen alxteti
sixteen lxIPI mile nII flight Jhcht up I the Mi8i MIMIlppl MIMIlpplIUr < iippi iippiHivnr
Hivnr nnd AII return rllr on next Monday 310na or orTuesday orTuilay I
Tuesday TU la afternoon afternoonor rrooon rrooonf
or I n f rnifi IIfIITII TIOX TI oioonn 91tr 91trIrelnla 91000000lrglnla < Mh MhVlrctnla
Vlrctnla IU I 2lniOia anil California Eslitornls2124tl Iornla
25313411 anlnrrraneorOOI 1 In11 0 81 IerOnt IerOntW PerlentVsIfINnIoN
W VsIfINnIoN NiiivntnN hue 1P 2 According ordlnl to an anunofTlcinl anunom4lal anunofficial
unofficial extiman tlmn made at tho Census CensusHureau epnlll CensusJturauu
Hureau Bunal Ih he population of the Ih United ITniteclSlut UnlldH1 UnitedStiite
Slut H1 Stiite for flr 1910 will v approximate npprOJlmalplOOI 01000000 010000001h 9IOGOtIThe
1h The odlcial 14111 total will hn b announced on onor onIr onor
wi annolnCc
or Ir iibout hulI December in If Counting Now NowM Newstud w
M XKO 10 ami Anl stud Arizona rlona n State StiI tho com completed cornpltii ¬
pleted 11 official omeal return for twentyeight twentyeightStme tWtntyihtHi
Stme Hi hnvn hl already been made public publicThe publc publcTh publicThe
The Th toal for flr twentyMix of the these n States Stat is ismorn i ilor istiler
morn lor fhni hil irvxniiioo 011111 a 1 gain Jall of about abut abutIr aboutur
23 p Ir ur r rent ru nl over the th population opliaton in the thetuimn them thejm
tuimn jm m State Int In IDon O At this rote re accord according acrd ¬
Pig 111 to II thn th officials omcal the total population populationshould populatonh11141 opulationshiouild I I
should h11141 bn h around arolli thn I hI 9loooooo DIOII mark markTim mlrk mlrkTh markThe
Tim Th pOJII1 popisbit topitlution iln icin of Virginia VlrJna according accordingto accrdinl
to figure Itllr Iud by Iy tIn th Cen ensus nuI u Bureau Bureauto Blmau Blmautoduy Rtsreeutnday
toduy to < lay is I 2fllni2 tsllfiI 1112 again a uln of f II 12 2 percent percentover prCnl prCnl1r
over 1r hn Ih < populntlon 1111101 of lIlly 11 which was wasMil wal wasiSIlM4
Mil 111It iSIlM4 1H4 The gain Ialn for the preceding precedingdecade preein precedingtkciuli I
decade 11 a was a an In even Vpl 12 per pr cent centCalifornias cntCalforia centalifornula
Californias Calforia population POllllton I 2377549 2377549Thli 23775411Tlil
Thli is I a gait Jail of f M r I per cent Clt over oVlr it itpopulation IIpomlntol Itjuapuslatloni
population pomlntol of ll8 I lltO3 o > 3 in II loon 111 The Th gain gainfrom gainfrom lin linfrom
from lWi 11 o p l 11 1045 wn only nll 72 per cent centIi cntJ01 centslOitt4G
J01 slOitt4G I Ii f AMiniKMMn AIP f EVJ EvI4IIG 1 TO TOvtt f JOTRF41 tOtTflEA1
vtt Iielwir0 tkI4 U I HitdMti UJhol oldest ol sad 11 < bt bt mute mutePerfect rut rutInreulpm routeyeyfeeteiluuIpinlflt
Perfect Inreulpm yeyfeeteiluuIpinlflt 1 equipment I TlrUei oa t ftw ew w York Vnrl Ccniril CcnirilOiflcm ct Cnudeelcss
Oiflcm 01 S Sa liar X vis Y 51 L 1 1J > 4 U lu Ho G Aiat 114 asA4 > x < > i I
SAY BANK CLERK STOLE STOL Sll SllnWJD SOO SOOcoflxEhL 1610 1610I
I rollKifiM A 4 AIIOID 411 nWJD OLD OF TIlE TIIKI TIIF
I rwirv irwiVfiK nIr I UHITFI UHITFII iiiwsTED iiiwsTEDlie JHSTEI JHSTEII >
I
lie U tppc p ppesri an a Prom Fro8 Frarnthe Ihp Banks HOOkS at lt ltI Ut UtI HiNexentyqecomI
I Net Nennr NexentyqecomI nry < ecoml tColl Street Branch rach to toII tolaY toliar
laY liar II T Taken It I All 1 on Motrmber SOlmbr 12 13Fa 12I 12Fast
I Fa Fast t Companyfiuctestnib Company fuentrd liuggreirtl I b Friend PrtrndCornowall Friendornewall rII0I rII0Iomowal
Cornowall omowal A Arnold molt a I twentyfive twentyfiveyearold I twentyflyearold entyfh entyfhyr
yearold yr bank clerk crk who bo liven U with hi himother hilolhol his hismother
mother lolhol and ae two Misters MIIIn in an apartment apartmenthouse apartmrnthOI aparttfldtlthouse
house hOI at ill l West 123d street Ilrt wan wa arrested arrestedyesterday altlf1 altlf1ttnlay arrestedyesterday
afternoon at HI t Broadway and andtaken antitakemi
yesterday Iflmot lt 1 lroadway ane anetaJI
taken taJI to Police Iolc Headquarters Upaeuarln when whorl he hewan ho howJ hewan
wan wJ locked lokt up He I wa w charged charet with withhaving wllhhain withhavingstoenlMi
having hain havingstoenlMi stolen llMt II I in cash cah from the theCorn theCornExchange Corn CornHxchangn Cor CorFxchaDI
Exchange FxchaDI Bank Ilnk alxmt hUII two weeks wekR ago agoArnold agomold agoArnold
Arnold went to t work for the bank in it itbranch IA IAhrnch Its Itsbranch
branch hrnch at a Seventysecond svPltyen street IIrt and andColumbus andCOhllbl andColumbus
Columbus COhllbl avenue aeI18 a few f years year ago anti nndha nne antihas
ha bl l hn > een in the th receiving rivinl teller Itler depart department delartlnl departIiieflt ¬
ment lnl A shortage in the each cah at ho I thebranch hobranch ho hobrnch
branch brnch wa WI noticed nOIICc a f few w days da ago a o and andaccountant andaellnlaDII andaecutintants
accountant aellnlaDII were werl net lt tu work t In find flc out outwhero 011 011wlfr outwhere
where wlfr the Ih responsibility rponslbit lay Indication Indicationpointed IIicato0 IIicato0plnl lnticaiionspointed
pointed plnl to young Arnold an the Ih culprit culpritand culprl culprlal
and al I the day on which the II money wax WI WIahown wasshowti waxhown
hown to havo bests he taken I = kn wa a Nnv utmber > nil > r
12 2
lnwrencn Dunham Ounhl manager mal yuan alr asr of the theSeventysecond Ih IhJlyold flueScvcityseeorni
Seventysecond Jlyold Btreet at trf1 rt t l ranch hmlch > talked talkedthe talkedthe
the 11 matter maUlr over with wih Walter a IIlr K t Krew Krewvicepreidentof Frewvice r rv
vicepreidentof v vice lr Prelidetut i lt of the Iht Corn om Exchange Eschan e Dank liankThe 1 DankTue lk lkTI
The TI landing hOldlng company compny which guaran guaranteed jlarl jlarlIfcd guiaranteed ¬
teed Ifcd the Ih bank balk agaInst aaallt toss lN by h Arnold Arnoldcalled Arnoldcalled rnoldc11
called c11 him bil to it Its ofllci at lit I I Broadwuv Broadwuvyesterday Urodway Urodwayreay hiroadwayyusterlay
yesterday reay nflenioon arlenlon and lni then th1 telephoned telephonedfor IfIhold IfIholdror
for ii detective detectiveMr dttL dttLIr
Mr Ir Dunham Dunhm raid Ild last night nilht that the theamount Iheomolnt theatnutint
amount omolnt of tho lii theft Ihrl wait a slightly lghlly exagger exaggerated exaggertiled xgKr xgKrIN ¬
tiled IN l lo < > btj precise JrciS he h Mid Id the theamount Iht Ihtamount theamount
amount we WI lout 10t is it JI4W St I4It We V havo hl had hadmen l1d l1dln hadIUfl
men ln looking over the th books bks all al day and nndthey ondIh andthey
they Ih cannot find any ni oher shortage shortageMr horag horagMr
Mr Dunham Iulham wouldnt wOlldlt say ay how it wan wanthat wathat wasthat
that the Ih young man mine to take lak the themoney Ih Ihmony thumoney
money and I hu h refuse fl In tell 11 how the theauthorities tl tluutllrilJ lieuthioritles
authorities uutllrilJ < ratiw cat Ole to the Ih belief that Arnold Arnoldlipped Amoldlpp Arnoldslipped
lipped lpp till th banks cash into hi hiM own ownpockeU 01 01pokel ownpocket
pocket pockeUA pokel
A friend of Arnold speaking Lint Lintnight LIniht lastnight
night at the Ih apartment aprtment houso hOI on Wet WI12e West123d
1211 12e street Itrtt said id that he couldnt cOlldnt under understand Inder Inderland tinderstand ¬
stand it i eihar His li lii mother and sisters msterscant II sisterscan Irrl Irrlcant
cant can t believe helll it he h said Ild and the Ih only onlyexplanation onlyplnatIon onlyplanatmoii
explanation plnatIon that possibly suggests tuglI itself itselfin il1
in I that he i got into fast Clt company companyMr lplY
Mr 1 Dlnham Dunham stayed tYII at the Ih bank blk until untiltb Intl untilthe
tb the examination ami Daton of 0 the th hooks was 11 com completed cornpletod m mplftt ¬
pleted plftt That Tht was at aix about > ut 830 8 oclock oclockUnt ocOk ocOkLut oclocklast
last nl night < ht Other officer om of the thf bank bankwere hlk hlkwtre bankwere
were wtre on 01 hand also al to see whether or not notthe nolth notthe
the th losses 10 came to more than thal at first Irt were wereapparent wereapparent r rapprent
apparent apprent They went wantaway away satisfied that thatthn Ibatth thatthe
the th young < man nan had stolen Ilo n only once onceWalter onealtf onceWalter
Walter altf E Prow Frw vicepresident of the thebank thebank thebank
bank aid ell last night that Arnolds Arold theft thoftwo Ibof
wo in two items one of SIS5 Iu iS and th thother thother the theother
other of 11000 10 1000 Deponitors Ueplo placed pla these tlteMlima tl tlIUn16 thesesouls
lima IUn16 to theIr credit crllt In the bank hlk an W they theysupposed II theysupposed
supposed IUPP but blt when wbel they cam to draw drawchecks dBWch tirawchecics
checks ch against orlnt them they IhL were told that thattheir tht thtthlr thattheir
their account acunt were 1 overdrawn ov lraw The de depositors depslOn depoeltor ¬
positors pslOn wen r able to dhow ho however howeverthat bovArthat bowuvarthat
that the money had actually actlal l been beenclved > een re received nscelIei ¬
ceived clved ut the bank and ad that it had pa passed passedthrough iied iiedthrough I IIbroui
through Ibroui YOln young Arnold Arold hand handThe handTt handsThe
The Tt Guarantee uaralt Company ompaDY of North NorthAmerica NorthAmerica orh orhAmrca
America Amrca wan the bonding boncln concern cntm The Thebond Thbond Thubond
bond was W considerably in excess eXCt of Ar Arnolds Arnodti r rDoldl ¬
nolds Doldl theft theftMr t theftMr hlfr
Mr r Krww said id that Arnold Arlolt confessed onfHP to toMr 10Ir toMr
Mr Ir Dunham Dnham that he had taken the Ih money moneyFi 10n nionerp1NEIStl
Fi p1NEIStl KIII 11 rour rtJI roil l uovrr uovrrnoo 10TT lOTTLIWW
10 LIWW > noo lierman rrman Troop TroG Kurort 18rt Remain of ofChilean Ir IrI1Uan atChilean
Chilean I1Uan Prrtltlent PrInt In n liprlln liprllnPfrttfl lrln lrlnp flerlIn5prlcI
Pfrttfl p r dibit Co DrtpJlfft 1 r la to Tu TI Tuft Sl SlBrnitx Sn SnnIIIS MiRiamn
Brnitx nIIIS Dec 2 The Th Kai hausor er arranged arrangeda
a remarkably impressive imprl funeral fllral today todayfor
for Iedro Iuro Monti Iolt th I h he late lal President Irhlnt of ofChile ofChll ofhiIl
Chile hiIl who w WI hu died di4d here last August 111t The Thebody TI rhisbody
body has hl been lying lyiol in a vault alll in St StHedwigs StIfodwigs t tnfdIa
Hedwigs nfdIa Catholic Ialholr Church since linc then thenawaiting IhnaWlitinl thenawaiting
awaiting aWlitinl the th hi arrival ar al of r the tl Chilean thlan war warship wlr wlrhilt warsliIi ¬
ship Blancn DalcR Kncalad KncaladThe EllcalndThe Eucaladarhe
The l body > o < ly was w conveyed from St 14 lIed lIedwigs ed edwigs
wigs II Church Chlrch this thil afternoon aflrtool to the I h l Ihrlr Ihrlrraiwa Isdurterrailway hrt > r rrailway
railway raiwa station with ith an escort clrt of iiitroops f 3 IMI IMIIr oo ootroop
troop Ir The moused I 1 hand IIJh and ald muftled muftleddrum mlmd mlmddrum flhItIliEIttrusnii
drum played play Chopins Ihopin hiouins funeral Inral mnrch mnrchduring muinrehiiluriuig mrhdlrl
during dlrl the Ih entire march Tio henrse IIIr IIIrfntowtd hear nan nanfollowed wasfollowed
fntowtd followed by A 1 delegation dIton of high Illh officer officerif
nf if the th Herman nrlal army 1lyd and nitvy 11 tint Ih t h inem inemlern iuetuihers 1 11n
1n hers lern of the th Chilean legation and ald sevural sevuralhunilrel evnr tral tralIlrorpll l lnindred
nindred Ilrorpll Chilean Chian resident h hr hrTh hureTie re reThe
The Th Rlanca Kncalada alara with the Ih rem rrain rrainnn remain remaintin inn innm
m board hord will wi sail 8ai from tiremen tomor tomorrow tomorrow tnrnorrow ¬
row rowlr
rowOr Or Hill mi the th American Amrl an Amba tmbassadqr tmbassadqrand mhlIr mhlIrand ail r rand
and the th member of the Ih for rorAil foreign inn Diplo Diplomat Uiplorali Iiplnmnatin ¬
mat rali mnatin in Corp eor genrnlly gnraly ntt athmdd ndid the theFunernl th thfuor tiucfuneral
funeral funeralAll FunernlAll
All llh the flags ap on thus novernment Imilil Imililnp tmid tmidnl luuuildurugs
np nl > in i Berlin rln wen 11 < itt t half nii la rilast t through throughout thruh thruhlt ¬
out lt the tb day ty by the II Kainern special ial order I IlI
11 11MrtrniMilllan UnT lI ST JVXCII 4 NGE TJ1 n SSPEffs SSPEffsMetropolitan
MrtrniMilllan ttroplan anti nd aoth Mtreet Line Linellrriernl 1111 IIueflrderri
llrriernl Irrrrd to l Issue ue UI 3 tnt Ticket TtPkrtTho Tckr TckrTho TicketThu I
Tho Thu Public Publc Service Heric Commission Colilon denied deniedyeitterday dtnpe hcpIyesterday
yesterday yI ra the th application applcltlon mad by the thereceier th threceivers I Ir
receivers r or of the Metropolitan ftorIitn Street flrc Hall Hallnay hailway
nay Company Compn to delay action HCion on the theproposition th thropitlon thuoropotlition
proposition ropitlon which the thf commission commltlon han h
IXHII iln jiiegl considering cnlhJtrnp for putting putjn into effect otPt an nnorder anorder
order requiring rllrng th the issuing of transfers transfersbetween tmnf tmnfhpwln trancufecahuetween I
between hpwln the ti Fiftyninth tifyninth street Itrt cttMstowii cttMstowiilinn cr crOssthwiline twn twnln
linn ln and Ind the th Metropolitan Ioropltan trunk InO InOot lines linesNut in < w wNot
Not ot only did die the thu commli commhltion Commission ion refuse rfl this thisapplication thl thlnppJcatlon
application nppJcatlon for delay but hit n iwremptory iwremptoryorder Irmplor rmptoryorder
order was issued providing that true tn
orr WI provlrlna new newsystem n nyt newy5tmm
system < m of joint rates rt between bwtn the th two twoIfnea twoIII twoline
Ifnea III line yt shall Ahal go into effect cC1 nest Mon Monday < lay
Under Cnd r exist existing xltlnr in K conditions cndition passengers passengerstransferring Pflfiseflgeristransferring ngerl
transferring tranlerrin from frm the thf cro crltow crosstown atown line In to tothe toth tothu
the th Metropolitan 3tlropltan line In must mUlt par an ex extra extna exIra ¬
Ira live Iv cent Cnt fare but but under Indr py the com commissions commlalon cornmissIons ¬
missions order there th must mua l bo > estab established catatuhiahed Iau Iaulilhl ¬
lished lilhl beginning utiinnlng onor with next Monday Mondayan
an arrangement armrrnt whereby hr passengers pII nle oldIJr will willbn willhi I
bn h allowed alowd to transfer tmnlter for nn In extra tl three threecent thr thrC1 threecent
cent farewhlch will wi mean moD aenvinzof 1 a saving vlnz of two twocents tWi tWticnt5
cents contl on the th farm Carl charged chlr 1 under Cnder the thapnttent th4 thepresent
present separate ert fare farf system systemCOtltT systemC01RT tm tmI
COtltT rOnT flXKH flXKHlu IIXE4juIlco IF 1UF 1UFUl
juIlco lu llre Ul of the tl Prare Pr ftrr tlr Hearing larlo i1earInl1itdencC I Il IIho
lilence Iho l Against alot Him flnl IMeiutt 1lt ullt ulltMr 1It 1ItH uIly uIlySr >
Mr H r It IAIX L Minn flea I o 1 The Th case of ofa I Ia
a Juiitlco jullc of the Peace Ilac < arraigning Arrallln him hlmelf himIf himself I
elf If and fining fnln himself ha fa luse liven brought broughto broRht 1 1t
t o the attention ntnllon of the th State Dairy Ialr and andFood 111 andIood
Food commission Commllion O II I Oebrko Chbrl ju jutic juslice Jus Justice ¬ I
no
lice tic of peace of lucan Iucn Hedwood Iwoo county countywan cunlyWi count countwas
wan Wi arrested Ir11 JaC for d dealing flllnK ln in cream eam with without wih wihout wit witnut ¬
out a license lC He H appeared Appr before him himi himself
i elf If heartl th the evidence vldC and decided docld4 to tol t toJPIP1
JPIP1 l > l Id d guilty Ily and linn Jnl himself hlmClf 7i 7o and andconta ane andcot5
conta Ct the minimum penalty p nlt7 for the tnwoffeBC th4oe theoffence
offence
oe
1iTFl IUIX fltINlltIS fltINlltISromunittse Ut1U Ut1UI
I
11I1RId Heail to toKrhel tollthel i iItrhrl
Coniraittre Calls 116 for Ulils
I Krhel tgainst Kaln t Home Hule Hulep nulI Uule5p1i35
I 5p1i35 p PI cul I CM c OfipJfl 01141 In t 1 Tti liii liii1ee EC ECIOSPOX 51 <
IOSPOX 10 l1o Dec O 2 The 111 emergency nar fncy com committee committe conimittee ¬
mittee of 0 the th Ulster Unionist Council Connedwhich Councilwhich Councilwhich
which was appointed November o mher J 21 to toorganize toorpanlze toorganize
organize Ulster U11 < tr men into refitments to tooppose tooppolle tOoppose
oppose the tb entablithment of an Irish lrihhomo I Irishhome rihhomo
homo rule Parliament III Dublin met at atBelfast atlIorlfalIt atBelfast
Belfast today t < day and decided to Invite Invitetenders Inlcttnd18 invitetenders
tenders for supplying anna and ammu ammunition nmmulIilion ammuslii ¬
nition nitionAt lii I ion ionAt
At t the meeting nt which the 110 committee committeewn
wn appointed the th sum of 0 oooo wa wasubscribed wasstilnucribed
I
subscribed for the th pur 1IIIrQ > o e of t buying buyingarms bllln blllnannll
arms for tli regiments the th committee committeewas inmjttpwas
was authorized to organize organizeitTTiFsutr organ17pI
itTTiFsutr I hi TT 1I4i III I Kir r nUll fortINew nUlle i tiii tiiiiew
New e One 00 of That > sme Im Crusher C to I l II IIIII OP OPthe r rthe
the III Manhattan ManhattanWASHINGTON MiiliattuiVtxiiiNotoN lallhaUanlIII1NOTOS
WASHINGTON lIII1NOTOS D Uc c 2 Tim Th two I u batln batlnauthorized lL lLhll tiuships
ships hll authorized at thn th lut session uf ufwill urtOIlVSt1 ofoflgTSs
tOIlVSt1 will ill Iw I namml the Nt Nw w York Yorknnd r irkand JrC JrCInd
and thti thu Tnxas Th battleship Now NVvYork NowYork v vork
York will 111 bo built at thy Nnw S York ork Na NaYanl SaYard Navy Navyartl > >
Yard artl Thn Th T lszas xa s will ill bn I built 1111 by h roll rolltract mistract un untraN
tract Th lhis veeln suIM 1 wihl iII li I Is > of ulxiut uhulit11Il1 uhioust27flX
27000 ton dwplucnment nnd will iIl carry riTya arr arra
a mam battery of if eight II I I Inch KUII KUIIThearniorxil tunTII gussur11u
Thearniorxil TII irminirti rnurIIrhr rriilswr New w Yurko l t orl now the theflagship Ih4fJaghip t hut hutthagshuip
flagship < if f Itenr Admiral John IIiiblKtrd IIiiblKtrdcoiiiinander 11 hluihliartimosuiuiaudur II hhrr I IC0lllm8l1dOr
coiiiinander of r the Ih AMIUIIC squadron will willhiencetort AI AIhenceforth ill illhnctforl
henceforth h l 1a > e known knll n a the I Manhnirnii ManhnirniiThn lallllltllTh
Thn Th M IeuCifll cond nd rat lmu hlltllttlip khit1i ilii > 7fxn winch winchix w hiehi
ix i ii now obnolet obe < olI and nt the I h In ChirleOon ChirleOonNavy C harl tuarlalouiNav In Ina
Navy a Yard will ill Ixi I renamed r thn Ih San SanMurcos H11arc SanNhu4rcos
Murcos arc She Hh will iII probably I nckvti strickeuutrtutui trick11frulII nckvtifrom
from the Ih naval list shortly shortlyvnr shortlyrfl Ilnrll IlnrllTolt
vnr Tolt Ftnns M 111 lii n t OIlr1l OIlr1lI stiiinit1t > Kin ICK ICKttrurrn
I ttrurrn t1t terfl I nlon Mill I Hall I Mslit < IlIt Letter Letteran IU IUon
an utoliitr > Hiraintblii HiraintbliiThe lrAIIIhl lrAIIIhlTlu
The We W ustertu terti Union Telegraph Company Companyhas IPAIIhu tnpany tnpanyham
has arranged for ur a special < clal foreign mail mailMrvici mllilMrICf uiuuilucerviec
Mrvici < designed to tt save I tnni I un m III foreign fortlacorrespondence rllrI1IIrchlnl foreigneorrosiunntieuic
correspondence Merchants wl wtlimg lnng hilt to tovend 10tnd It Itseni
vend mail from the th Atlantic At lani Ic eibcard eah bar1 > ard t tIaMUi IJapan to toJapaui
Japan or I from the h Pacific coat tn Kuroie Kuroiemust Etirjiiintuit 101 101mllt
must at il present mail their communica communication rommllll la lalion ¬
lion u week ahead of f time to catch the themail th thlJIall tinmiunil
mail steamer Under the th new plan the theWestern IhOWltltern theestertu
Western estertu Union will forward night ni ht let letters leIl letterstneitliercoacutscalthuenin ¬
ters l terstneitliercoacutscalthuenin rM tneithercoast seal al them in envelopes envelopesand nelofJtllalld
and place Ia < them in the thu next 1I t outgoing mall mallThe mallTh uuallThe
The Th only charge in addition arid It Ion to the I h usual usualtelegraph IIIllIalttIlZralh utensiltelegraph
telegraph toll will 100 M one of tlvi cent centto centsto
to cover the Ih cost tt < of postage postagerorrr po postagrotitT talt taltNJIfT
rorrr nKcnrF o 0V sr SVIK16 SVIK16tiaiatrte VKVO 1110aclstratro VKVOUaclitrnte
Uaclitrnte Pre Fresehi rHlh rhl Na tss > Onl truly 111 > the Sole of ofthe orth oftile
the th Slipper May Ia lie n 1iril 1irilAfter IiiilAfter 1 1Afler
After applications of her mother motherslipper mOlhorIIlIpp mntluersslipper
slipper r thirteenyearold rold Frances Frln Bohner Bohnerhad ohn4rhad flohunerhad
had her h r parent Mn rs Elizabeth Ilohner Ilohnerof
of 21S 21 Wert Thirtysixth 111lrtY lttb street triM > t brought to tothe tothe tothe
the Went Side court yesterday for an ansatilt JIlUIult aatiatult
satilt flu mothnr told Magistrate MagistrateFreachi MagistrateFreechi I IFr
Freachi that aha grouped tho slipper by bythe bythe bythe
the heel Ac c The Court said 31 d HIK cli h wan wanquite wasquite a aquit
quite right that chastisement xndwl ndt with withtho withtho withthe
tho Bole 1101 and nd ansault began with the Ih heel bttlI heelIUA
I IUA IUAnrt nt ei 1111 1111I tllinest
nest I forrldor C rilr of the th K Eectith rcutlr i OfflcrNorrrnnl omtIorrnftlttT tillers tillersMerrened
Norrrnnl HIT From ral1l Clip Ii Main an Hall HallWASHINGTON lIaliWA hailVSI4IOTO
WASHINGTON WA IUSOTOS Deo n 2 Secretary Se rtlary Vor Vorton or orton r rton
ton i issued niie > 41 < < l an order today looda shutting hUtlin on onfrom oJrom offfrom
from rom the Ih main hall of th Kxectitivx Kxectitivxoftlcei tuMJllvom Exeeutlvomeeca
oftlcei om the west 1 corridor He 1 hail a tall tallgreen 11111ron tallgreen
green ron and white hll screen fringed with withplant withJlaut withI
I plant put 1 111 tcroiw the th corridor ami along alongthe alongflu
the flu wall of the space thus added to the theroom thetoo I InlOm
room too reserved for waiting < Ktntefimti he heliad liehad
I
had several tral clinirt placed placedTor
For run diickn lick iijggetid OIIB OIIBUnited ull ullUniltd ouieUnited
United Stat Stales Senator 40I110r with A mill MiuloVicelrewidtnt smiulkiceIresidemit millYiCOInid
Vicelrewidtnt 1I1 Sherman called 11041 in the theafternoon thtafltrnoou theafi
afternoon afi er000ti and the II u It new tie v room wa vuhiinui KIO ho11 ho11bim II IIhim
him bv h newspaper men m n They Tit TIle told him himthat himIhat himthou
that oiii of hi his ItepublicAit colleagues colleagueshail colltJKUha1
hail dubbed it I fani ame < Duck 1 alley alleyIf
If 1 won wont t do aid the VicePrenident VicePrenidentIt
It won WUIII t do its ii a too mall Miiallw mallu
w Mini I Ifllll6l UI I W K iici ieivsis vss ry ryCity I L LCII 1 1cIty
City CII Mill ti III Prulianl lear r Mure 1 Than TlianftC Than2t1CM Titan210N
ftC 2t1CM < MMM > This Th Year r Fran rom Them ThmTh Thenirl ThemTht
Tht rl charge dmr of f Si I 1 for or each Ih marring marringlicunxi rnlrri nit nitjoI aghicens
licunxi i joI Iseitoti ued by thn th city will ill show ho for forthin to tothis 0 0thl
thin thl rear 4Ir a lurge siirplui over the th cost e of ofrunning ofruinnitug f frUl1nil11t
running the 111 us new bureau Ijut year y tr tli titer Ihrwr titerwet < r rwft
wet iPMited 31JO7 11 < 11 lic licnes n e in New S ew Yorii Yoriiooimtv r ri rilmt riicount
count lmt > but I uut for tlie Ih I lie eleven months nd I1e11 I1e11wiJh uutldwith l lwith
with tin IhII tlolset hkt day of Nnvemlierthe th flintier numNirof I
of It f lifeni taken I nut rea raoh1 tied a total totalof Italof totalif
of if SlriKj olid It was 111 estimated ytterdiy ytterdiyl trd y yY
l hiy > y City lil Clerk Scully that th < numher of ofllc oflInM ofIleens
lInM llc nws granted Iwforn tho end of II the theyear t theyear h hytar
year will ilIt ln I nt least ent3looo ent3loooThis 31 31Thl 34ISlfl 34ISlflThis
This will mean n profit roOt from 1011I the th to tobureaus t twoIcturracia 0 0bur
bureaus bur of Manhattan and Ti Kronx of ofabout IIfatout ofabout
about SMOOO SMOOOI 20000INILE OIO OIOIF
I INILE TIF IF S qtivi t WJ 11 S If K itShlSl itShlSlt JI K I I1noo S SI4OOO
I4OOO t to He II Multi Hull1h li > iirllon III lonilon lonilonIn
In tliotil Tnii Tn deck nrkWAtIorIlTO deckWAMmtlNiTn trkt trktWAHIIINOTOV
WAHIIINOTOV D Oc c 2 The tnited tnitedState rnildtr fifed fifedState
State tr t Ciovernment will place on eilo ilo 10 In InLondon InlontilOn Inlondon
London in about two weeks 1 1000 raw rawH rawsalskinit
H salskinit a Ikln kin tiik f takn 1in n from mu main scuds K > U w killed killedseveral killedral killedseveral I
several ral months ago on the Iriliilnf Island IslandoT hilanjsnT
oT tho th coast of f Alaska by h ord order r of th tue I
Department of Commerce And fjabor on onn IUIn a
n mean of conserving con rin the t Iii l Prihilnf her hrdComml1J4I10nr herdCommissioner < l lCommi
Commi Commissioner ioner of nliMries fieorge 1ooorjtDowr W WDowers tVI3owers
Dowers left Washington today for Lon London Iondln Lanclan ¬
don a mis the th Oovernments representative representativeat
at the lh sale 41al which i is to take placx 1111 at the tuaestablishment tbetablishmnt theestablishment
establishment of f 1 well known london Ixindonfurrier londonrllrn Londonfturrler
furrier furrierTh rllrn fturrlerThis r rTh
Th sale al of these ikins abroad follows followstho tolowstb followsthe
the tb conclusion readied by tin th Depart Department DtJplUtment Departmeat ¬
ment that they could not Ni b In properly properlytreated proJ1rlytffltd properlytmsalad
treated or 0 4llrd rwj in this country It ItecfJctd In Inexpected Isexpected
expected that 1 00000 000 or morn will b brealirxd bit bitrnIid bereahired
realirxd from torn tli I h salti which Is I 1h largest largestthat larltttMt largestthat
that ran tnk place Jft In many years on onkilling DIIkillinI askilling
killing except to conserve the th herd on onthe ontM onthe
the 1ribilofs rihillof has l INOn N n prohibited prohibitednon
11111 iv t1J nrAT A 4 rifE PllplCllln PllplClllnTWo idlETwo idlE ciiKtiTwo
Two Men Net irpnn tlie flu Her II Dalllm DalllmCu nalllaCuIr 11111Cuiyler
Cu CuIr > lrr of llalllmore In Moliway MoliwayA lIot lIotA
A man who says r ho h U ii the Rev HevDullia HflvlIalll RevItilii
Dullia Cuyler of linltimorn staying at a ahot ahOlotl ahotel
hot hotel > l ut 770 3O Third nvoniln was w assaulted OAnaultndand
and robbed III the tli I3 l3th J > th street nubway nubwayUtlon IIIJhwnyltAtlon subwaystatIon
statIon la Inst t night At thn th East Eaststreet 128th 128thstreet 128thIItrt
street police station be said that two men menattacked mnatacllftd mciiattacked
attacked him In the th mens room on the thndowntown th thdowntown thedowntown
downtown platform They took hi hicu dia diamond dlamnnd dlmtmond ¬
mond ring S3 3 and his hi watch watchThn watchTh watchTb
Thn Th porter porfIClnd found Mr rCuylll Cuy CusyIs ler lying Iin on tho thofloor thoIloor thefloor
floor and helped < Mm to lie police pollcatal1oB statIon statIonw
w =
r BELMONT EXPENDED EXPENDEDRACETRACK EXPENDEDI EXPENDEDRACETRACK
I RACETRACK FUNDS FUNDSF
I F K Sturgis Says All Legal LegalExpenditures LagafExpenditures f I
I Expenditures Were WereMade WereI WereMade
I Made by Him HimI
I
361000 IN THREE YEARS YEARSSpeaker YEARSI YEARSSpeaker
I Speaker Wadsworth Fecom Fecomj Recommended
j I mended Attorney Edward P PI PCoyne
1 I Coyne as Belmonfs Agent AftnLle Agentltjvu i ihlfr
= I IeOll1ull
le ltjvu ttvii Infore thn State Statecotmiitte 111 legislative legislativeeOulflutt lativ
cotmiitte 0 in Ii th Ii Mdrmens Chamber Chamberof
of the th ctv t tt Hull vet vntrtlay p trrlay rdav Frank K KSturaf tSlllri 7 7Sturis
Sturaf banWe of f 3 lr IJoid street who ho is issecrelary i icnIar iisicrutary
secrelary cnIar mil tiea 1In t aiimr ur of tlm tta I Ii Jockey JockeyClub IoctctyCluihi oot I IIult
Club Iult and hn huis h1 wen siiu u nt r5 t wan n formed formedin rnrm formedI
II IIill
in I tM I a tni truiste teM of f th Wlchtlr e tcheter RAO RAOitii Rcilia Itacimig
itii ilia Association > i Hcliiiout lark and ii iitnii I at I IIr
tnii Ir t ri id tei e of ii thn Ih I lie Turf 1u rt tmd ii ui Field Club l tutu placed placedyetnrdty llc4011 I Ivstrtii i ith
yetnrdty vstrtii tin th rp rIIIitllItIV < > iiiliilitv ofdihurinR ofdihurinRvnriuii of rdihlrO titicirsutngvarious n 1
various sum u amounting to moe 10 than thanSUIOIMIO thantsuotwn I IIIIIIMM
SUIOIMIO IIIIIMM uH 11 111411 on > n AugiiHt t llelmom Imon Mr MrSturgis u1rStuirgis Ir Irav
Sturgis gave av HUH Ihl leitimony with ilh a crt lrlln eertzsflair itll itllair I IIIII
air of what looked look I like Uk ntisfnilion alllract on and nndwhenever nnctwhoovr andwhenuvur
whenever hi nivntioned mcnliClnIupIOt ugut Relmont Relmonti 1 > lmontI
i the Ih one nil r potiMible for I hew Ih dishutse dishutseinent dillbulfI4Inut dishcitsuruomuts
inent he I pronoinied jirouiotumv tl the tit name UII with i icri i icrisp acrisp
crisp cri preciion preciionMr rnl1 rnl1Ir
Mr Ir Murgi urci florid of complexion with withcarefully witsearetully vilScilrfllllr
carefully trimmed iron gray hair and andmustache alltlI1ulah atuilunuitache
mustache m fre frh h nn and < l fa fshiIonble fshiIonbletiiptuel n hionabl hionablnppurel
nppurel wn on the tl witness witni Itn stand about aboutone
one IIn hour and seemed IIltd almost n as well II pre prepared pffpan1 pnpartMl ¬
pared for Ins hi part of 0 the Ih examination an anwn a awas
wn Counsel Kresel K 1 I for his hi part in it an anquestioner 11IIfjlltionr naqtiuctinfler
questioner questionerAmong fjlltionrmoliK qtiuctinflerAmoug
Among moliK thn Ih revelation made by Mr MrSturgis MrStuirgis Ir IrSIIIrlli
Sturgis after he h had identified payment paymentof
of 10210 loDllmade made by Mr Ir Belmont to Edward FdwardP
P I Coyne in 10 101111111 10117 > 7 made up of two payment paymentonly Jlaymnhonly paymentonly
only two months apart was that Mr MrCoyne MrCoyne r royn
Coyne oyn had been recommended to Mr MrBelmont MrBelmont r rnlmont
Belmont and the racing associations Rr oc lltlonll a aan It asan I Ian
an attorney by b James arn W Wadworth WadworthThe VatisworthThe
The Th elder Wnilsworth a member of ofthe ofthe j jIhp
the committee gasped gaspedNo J JSolhojllnlor
No Solhojllnlor the junior WatUworth responded respondedMr
j
Mr Ir Sturgis the Ih tl Speaker r of the th tht As Assembly Assembly ¬
sembly semblyIt t I III
It Inter developed that the IhlpjtilJ legal service serviceMr services servicesMr l lIr
Mr Ir Coyne on oyiw performed for 01 his hi SJOOOO S4 OOO fee feeliid f feehad I
had to do with ith the defeat of a hill In the thnLegislature th thelegislatuire
Legislature 1 Ilntllre in IOO7 known n as the th Cassidy Cassidybill I Ihili
bill which T it had passed would have haveincreased hA hAincrP haveincreamui
increased incrP 1 the Ih Stiites HII assessments on thn thnracing th thradng tl tlracing
racing utHociations gross II iwPiptn LilI from fromi f rota
i per cent nl to in I per cent nt Mr r Corn Coynewnn Corna
was a al aIa o active legally in thn campaign campaignin
in thn th following year against the Ih Agnew AgnewHnrt AlnlUllrI Agnewhart
hart bills generally IIrall called flit antirace antiracetrack anlirnctrack antiracetrack ¬
track hill billxl hillOn billtnl
l On > nly I once Mr Ir Sturgis Slur j hesitated in mak making makInI msikI ¬
I ing Iti g reply ply to tt a question i tiett itin Mr ti Ir r Ki 1i1 K I bin binamked hlllukP4I huuti huutiiokNi
amked about an II entry Ilry of ct J12VK on No November s sftTJbr Novet ¬
vember vet Isr 2 IS 111 ItIi4 > to I 0 onn n of if r thn Ih t hui three thr t Ii tee legal legalexpense 1i1In legalznnsu
expense znnsu In acrount in the Ih Jockey Club Clubledger ClllhIJ Uhtiltiilgur
ledger IJ r Thn Th witness witn looked at thn th entry entryfor entryfor ntr ntrfor
for u moment puzled 1 and then looked loo < J lilt ujiand liltalld tipanti
and said saidIs
Is 1 Mr Ir Diiingerfleld Iin IaiuigerfleithMr erflold here hereMr h hIr >
Mr Ir Damserfiehl lain rfihl i is Jr Ir Slirjri lirgis s assist asihtant a assistilmIt i iIIlIt
ant Mcr crttary > tary in the th Jockey Jock ty Club lushi Mr MrKreftel MrICrsel Ir IrIi
Kreftel Ii promptly said saidIll aidIU 4iiI
Ill I Il call ca Il Mr Ir l r DaiiiRnrfield 1 rin rfi1cI presently presentlyTlie presstu Itt Ittnut
nut Th laxt witneNH w illl itmiOs of the II day cia iv was John Johnt InI InIJ
t Kvnns treasurer of if the II Metrofxihtan MetrofxihtanI
Turf I urf Association dallon He II wn wits n reluctant reluctantwitness eluuciantwitntat llIdm llIdmwitn
witness witn Mr 11 K reset 01 aI inked < 1 him if it was waiInn wahi washis
Inn hi custom dust liii dunlin di llIrill i rin g the t h rniMtig rnO n g seinon Oon daily dailyto
to It atend the Ih tra track k a as n layr layrIIOOKMIKTIIS
IIOOKMIKTIIS KKPT KIrrIayer QlIKT QlIKTLayer QIuranol
Layer anti player rt rtulrd pondrd the I h he wit witness witnt ¬
ness laconiiillv laconiiillvAnd
And 1111 what whallh1 did vournsHmiatlon Your aiatloll dop un 10 pfll pfllthu hnd hndin nd ndinc
inc in the II IUIXORO of it thn th AgnewIlnrt nlInrt bill billMr hll1lr hulllMr
Mr Krirtel itke < the Ih layr nnd player playera
a htti fitu t IAtct IAtctKept 11 11Ipl Iatemkpt
Kept quiet resnopdd the Ih witneiM witneiMTh It ItTh ittiVt45 ittiVt45Tlu
Th momiliK eion ion wa wI5 devoted ot1 to toInsurnncn tnInllmue tt ttimnuirnmicfl
Insurnncn affairs After fter r rec r rutuw s Mr Ir Stur Sturgi Mluri Sturglut
gi glut i was called all He II siid that although althoughsi nlthouhOrAry
si critnry > cretn ry of the Ih t Ii Jockey Iock ocIy y tlub llu lush hn h had no nopart II II1lrI iiPInI
part in keeping trin th lx lesok ok > They were wernItept wrtIfpt werekept
kept by n linn of expert afountnnti afountnntiun IIuliianUundcr acceuuntnntitituter
un undcr < Ier the th supervision of Mr Ir Daingerlleld DaingerlleldThe IInin rflld rflldThn
The club had no executue rnmtnittei rnmtnitteibut rommilthut mnnurnitteeltst
but was govern oer1 by the tit boanl 1 lnl of 0 stew stewards elelllnnl stewattic ¬
attic ardsThen t I IThen
Then Mr 11 Kr Eresel el 1 plumped IIIt4111110 Into the mat matter matfur ¬
fur of legal I al expenses oxpenMj
Q j What hrnt ht II hts been the Ih svstem tm among the thernr theornlr theracflr
rnr ornlr ne nocmlKm A OII1I1 nml th the > lockry Jock Club flubwtli Clubwth
wtli 1 retard to I the Ih piMnent of n the legal legalpxprbsc 141111Sl legalexIuetsei
pxprbsc Sl V It hii h irlrd according to tothe toIh tothe
the Ih matter m tltr > under conldrrntlon conldrrntlonQ
Q In wha wh way ny v ha it varied A Some Sometime SomeUrn SometIme4 ¬
time en each eh of the h a oclntlon pays fill It 11IIn 11IInIn Its own ownrxprnce tiwnztfl
rxprnce In Sometimes omltlm the II hi joint fapen rJpCII rJpCIIhit eipenchave c chave
have hit hern n paid through the ho officers of the thsJockey theJocky theJockey
Jockey Club ClubTIIRRB huh IuhTun huhTlnPn
TIIRRB Tun IKOAL KXPKVSE ACCOffSTB ACCOffSTBWhen ACCOInn ACCOPgTCthen
When n the th legal expenses sptn w wet rn A matter matternf
of joint disbursement the tll Joeor Club Clubnoted Clubnctt Clubnetett
noted us agent olt nt for the t racing racin associations associationsThat
That was where the club and the asso associations aoc1atloM aaeociationa ¬
ciations had common interests ID estll to protect protectUmally protectUsually r rUmaU
Usually in such races the club paid Mld the tholegal tbolga1 theisgal >
legal expenses and thnn collected their theirvarious tJJlrvarioll theirvarious
various assessments 1IImn from tho racing as asnociatlons associatlons r rocJIIlon
nociatlons Mr Ir Kree found on the theledger theleshgor i i1lger
ledger of tho Jockey Club three thn legal ex expotuo osp aspause
pause p Wlft accounts known k no n 00 legal expense os expenseaccotinit pen e eaccount 1 1account
account No o 1 No o J and No 3 Thotlrst Thotlrstaccount The t1rt1tf t1rt1tfaccount that thataccount
account recorded nt transactions wherein whereinthe hereIn1hft
the associations worn not contributora contributoraTho rn
The 11 second account was where1 tho club clubacted clubacted 1 1I
acted I as a disbursing agent Iut for the ease ussociation easeclatlonu j
ciation and the club itself was JUt not b g gtributor con contributor ccatributor ¬
tributor and thn third wan WI whet tho club cluband cluband cluband
and association leocia onll all contributed contributedQ 1 1Q
Q Legal exprnse cprn account No I 1 Cad dIn flzdto
In 19O4 I IIG shown how nn expenditure of 43244320 43244320A JU 1 Ii IiAY
A AY AYQ Ye YeU YesQ
Q In ltxi7 the Ih expriuies 111141 In this th account accountwere accountwere
were 1 14tll41 4W 41 i A Yes YesU Yesti 111 111IJ
U And In lt t llIi o 94714 357143 73 > 1 A Tea TeaIn TMIn TeeIn
In 1B04 the Jockey Joclc Club acted All a agent agentfor ent entfor i ifor
for the racing 1L associations In pitying local localexpenses legalexpuunai I Iosprl
expenses expensesQ osprl osprlQ
Q Can AD you ou tell me UI how much tbs th Jockey JockeyClub Jock JockClub JocksiClub
Club paid out ou lu l legal l npeuie la 1M4 1M4f 1 1f
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