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J1ICII 1ftII 0 cr lrel u II JnSlbc I lIhUllIid 1 91t lIllIlclc II DESE RET EVE I NG NEWS 411 mcu Them nl Interest TUB Mny Ito to WANT You Something ADS of TOI1AY lcran l
Appeal of Counsel for Postpone
ment Until Next Term Not
Granted by Court
But Asks for Time to Communi
cate With Friends in New
York and Oregon
Attorney Claim Their
BcciiilttiifH JllrlC3
Client Is HeliiR KnllroiiiUil to Trial
Ioorbourow Opposes Delay
tf 10 Sullivan will KO on trial
N fur his life accused of the nmr
ilcr of Police Officer Charles S X
f ford on nee I li 1007 Monday
iirarnlnx March tIn
Jornll I t
In court this morning he t
1 pleaded not Kullty to tho charge
and was taken back to his coil In X
nuiilt hIs trial t
J tho state prison to IH t
Moro Jndse Armstrong nod n X
Jury Ut 12 men In the criminal j
division of tin Third district X
t court +
Ally I > nnk AlcKery of Sulll X
f vans counsel made a HtronK 4
pica for a continuation of this X
1 cao to the not term of cowl 4
declaring that Sullivan could X
f bring Mltnc < ses 10 court locstah
V ICh an alibi IT gIven tlmo to do X
y MI und asking tho lllllillul
that tho nctiiseil man mlsht II 1
I cmnmnnlcuto Illi friends for X
x iiilsliinc Ircd ti l < iifl < > iiiiiv A
k district attorney and prosecutor X
r fur the stale opposed tlm cv 4
tension on tlio Kround that MMIIO X
I of tho htaloH HnoseH 1hl 4
not bo In the ritalo hcii tho X
f ljl tWt callod If It went ocr
to iho nft term X t
That Joe Sullivan Is bolns railroaded
to pilson without beinff accorded the
iphti that Ore his Is the belief of his
IUfli Bailey Vlchery They be
JIv that the state Is not giving Sullivan
van an opportunity to show that he was
not In the city utth time tho robbery
as committed that tho state ie dn
1111 Sullivan njt oi > ojtuo j q n >
nteIate wlthnhl5 rleJcIJIW ltlhg
ton Oregon California and Now York
lo obtain tho financial assistance that
t nifds In order to bring witnesses to
eourt to show that he wal on his wily
to Oregon before the robbery ot the
Albany bar was committed and tho
murder of Police Onic r Charles Ford
omiillflhed by the men who robbed
the aioon
Mr Vlckery duclaroa that ho has
cum closer to the mal Sullivan than
1 other portion Ho declares that
ht Iws atchcd the man as he has told
tils story to the lawyers who arc trying
10 obtKln liberty for their cllont In
his < ntlro story Mr Vlckcry declares
iherII a coherence of every detail
tint there has been nothing withheld
Kroiu what Joe Sullivan has told VickI
< ty his lawyers say that Sulllviin Is
innocnt Mr Vlckcry fskl why Owens
van FO villlnn to go Into euurt and
Mil guilty to highway robbery tuul
ink the maximum Hcnfenao and why
hat sentence to 20 yearn at hard labor
utli Owens glad He points to every
luumslanca as Indicating that Gar
ii o inun unused to bold and darn
ribltv but a sneak thief who used
1thI1 shoes In hit visits to lonely homes
a i lobbed them wlwn no one was near
to disturb him that Ciarclu attain waa
HUP of the men who robbed tho Al
bany saloon and that with Garcia In
thi saloon waa Owena that Owens was
tlw1 inun who stood outside the bar and
that Garcia was the man behind tho
bar that there woro two men
m tlii robbery arid only two and those
10 Owens and Garcia Ho points lo
tfci testimony of Buckley the bar
iimlrr who peered Into the cave lke
tan I of the 11 caliber revolver held
by IIi man outside tho bar ns Indl
sting that Garcia tho man with only
tIW who
serviceable hand and a man
un IOUS when robbing boldly in
Ih Bin of his victim was tho man
wihui lie bar who was HO nervous
thHt he took the
only tie money in til
front orlho money drawer leaving
lr lut < ho greater sum behind him Too
lwt ovvens was found with a pack
> f ot clgarettco Identical with time
I Ken by the larger man when
11 i the saloon la Indicated fl IL
l nlf11 point
rfuliuin II hlH talks with his law
ft ins saul that there wino men on
Ihr 111 he took out ot Halt Lake who
Iuhl Kintlfy him Himil Ivan HIS ho
hurt I i Halt Luke before time robbery
JH Commuted and that when Iolito
Ittj2 uiii WHS murdered ho was well
on Li iy to the northwest coast To
t iiiasi wltniNgus Into court would
lok I long tlmo and would roijulro
I I > itimhi Ivan Is pen nihess Ho left
tim i nltentlary u few days boforo tho
rohii i uftor borvliiK n fouryear bon
Irl i ioi robbniy committed In 0 ilen I
IUIlalt nays that ills IrlomlH nnd rcl
Hl ould Kladly commie to his itld It
Ibl 1 inw ho 01 facing trial for mm
Jf IiiiH woudl Ink thin though and
roi ihi sir Vlckory imkcid the court
mix 11011111 Hlw reqii est wan nut
GIII1 uud finlllvtiiis trial bus been
ft i n for Monday March 9 nt lu
o In t
Nlt hlll hit circumstantial evidence
y 1 h produced in court Mr Vlokory
UjJllBltg ta HUPllOrt I IIP IllHIffP lImp
uie hUI biouRht iiBiiliiBi ftulljvnn Mr
> Ukiiy wanted tho trial tf
10 ocr to the imxt term of iourt
to itko IH client an oiiportuully to
ling lllelH to coutt who would
iIi iiqwii Convict Owen U8tlmony
Mr r Hfbourow for the Hllte oh
JflMl to 111 delay I said that
the Idle had wUfirn H dotaln
b1 fir the purpose o giving
ullm iiy jf woltl In the trial
Mr tlIwI urslliK
111 iiiiBwnrml hy II
iimt tp Hint o iii tlia inaiilirr provided
lh tlMtu tnko tlio tesilmony nf Hand
a u 1
< and permit troi oxumlim >
I ° n bj tins defonuo nml that thlH tentl
I1J he hi
hI 111111 uld Irclrl111 to >
111IIC1 4 tile tllll II JOOtIOUO
un wtrll tlii demand liy KijlHB that
llp t Ue Ullrcw thiiirt ultneMfti 10 > o
ft nt in court to tcutjfy In the pres
I nee ot the Jury thut the jury may
wo them and ib eie their nellons on
tho Htuiiil that tho proper weight muy
bo given tliclr I10PCt He Intimat
ed that tho state In not sum that thu
witnesses will be In the utato hon
wanted It the trial be delayed loo bug
Mr Vlckery declared that If tho state
cannot rely on Its wltnotutoH to bo pjux
Cult in court when wanted then not I
great doul of credit is duo the Htnto
for relying upon such wltnosicM to de
prlvn lhl pllsmier of hit liberty Tho
court however set the case for nn car
l trial
Mr Vlckery declares that the atti
tude of tho prosecution In every phano
or the cam against Sullivan has been
unfair I required Sullivan to K I
Into court for his prellmlmiry heailiiR
so foou after being brought back to thf
state that proper preparation ot his
etiKo hy his atloriinys Wil Impossibly
from 1 physical standpoint tint then
IL Ct tIm u hearing hamt lug throuRli only
five hours to ho bound over for trial
and required to appear In the district
coiirt ole day Inter for armlBmncnt
Now after one moro days time It re
quired him to plead to the charge und
Hot his trial for n time little over ole
month distant All this Is unfair de
clares Mr Vlckery it does not ghtd
his client the opportunity contemplated
by the law In which to establish his
AVhenln the hour of Ills greatest need
Sullivan was denied the right to wrllo
to frlenda nuking financIal asslutaiifu
nhd since his Incarceration Sullivan
has been able i C wrlto only one letter
nn appeal to his brother rue iirlson
authorities have rolentod slightly nun
faulllvan Is now permitted to take ox
erclso like other prisoner Until yes
terday ho was In solitary coiiflnamrnt
an he would be had he been convicted
and waiting the death penalty or serv
ing I life sentence
Washington Jai 27The appear
ance of Sosy Taft before the house
committee on Industrial arts nnd ex
positions todiy In support of an ap
propriation for tho Seattle exposition
in 1909 was the signal for a demon
Mrntlon In his honor Tho proceed
ing were Interrupted when he enter
ed the room by handclupplng and
thumping on the tables The con nl
fclutml delegation from Washlngtin
II well aa delegations of business mel
and officials from tliit stale also wuiti
pResent and pleaded for an appropria
tion for the exposition Secy Titt
thought that on account of tho Philip
pines finances that the government
would not bo able to make any oxlil
bltlou of considerable size but ho ald
the war dopartmcnlVould have tlio
JamestownPhilippine exhibit sent to
Jn an indirect way Socy Tnft touch
ed upon tho returns between Japan
and Lime United States The exposi
tion lit Seattle ho thought would
have a great effect nil over the 1a
cub There are critical develop
ments ho declared in tho matter of
fixing tho attention of orientals In this
country but nothing will bring to tho
attnnMon ottho orientals cnmuehthoi
1 n Ic t 1 h filci1n
t It trYlJ 1
their Interest in United Htntt3 for tho
purpose of trule than an exposition
like this
He referred to the proposed oxpos1
lon In Japan In IUJ und said the Ja
panese expect to make I one of tho
greatest In tho world iuul ho added
I hope I will succeed
The Japanese ho saul wero anxl us
that the United States shall bo prosont
nt the exposition Tho Invitation had
been accepted I think time exposi
tion will havo an excellent cnvct
said Mr Taft I will brlnK the
countries on both sides of the Pnciflo
together In 1 way probably that couisi
not bo accomplished In any other
Answering I question by Mr Miller
Kuncna Secy r C declared that it
was moro Important for the United
States to have expositions In tho west
than In the east because they have a
direct bearing on our oriental trade
that will b a substantial contribution
to our progress In that direction The
next SO years ho said will see the
greatest development In the word on
the Pacific and he milled
I seems to me wo ought to bp In I
h TAft later visited representative
Payno of New York Ilupubllcan floor
manager In the house ln tho ways and
means committee room and the privi
lege of the floor for tho two Philip
Pine commissioner Ucnlto lognrda and
Pablo O Camp in order that they
might formally bo welcomed to tho
capltol the secretary was asked If ho
meant to wait and meet Mr Uryan
I dont expect to ho wild J didnt
oven today know ho was to bo at tho capltol
AHltjil If ho had iny comment or
statement to make icspuctlng time presi
dential situation Mi Toft replied I
havent mndo any statement yet
When will you be ready toV
Smiling Never ho aiiswopH emphatically
Socy Taft hastened from the capitol
to the White House where ho was duo
to present tho Philippine commissioners
to tile president
Chicago Jim 27 Fanned by t 40
mile gale U fire which broku out In
thu Hotel Floiuncc 103 Adams Ktroet
willy today xcattered burning omborg
about the southern portion ot tho loop
district endangering I scoro ot strue
tmes and canning a loss estimated at
SOO000 Twenty guests of tho hotel
which was IL fourstory structure wero
roused from their beds by pojjromen
nnd firemen All of the Inmates ate
hcllovcd to havo
hclod hi 0 CKrnpvd
Adjoining Ihe burning structure on
lIlt oast In t tie partially completed 1C
story InilliHinr of lImo Corn Hxchimgo
National bank The new Bkynrraper
XMIH given u fwvora test but with tlio I
Ixmptldn of Homo temporary wood
work enisled tho II autos smncussfll fly
Twu memhcm of thn fire dopiitment
wriv HI ruck bv iuls wldch foil tUtu
I u burnliiK klmirtii inn on tile Ificmnth
hoot of the bunk building Onr of
thl Kdwnrd Wnkafidjd a iniekmun
Wil knocked uiiconMvlouH Tlip other
Jlribarl BcanUin u plpcmnn tcttiell
ulth slight briilacii
liuepltn time tliroutunlnc nntmt n tlm
IIiv hard woilt dy the liromoit ion
hIlled It tu tho two strneturu Thn
Iliu culleii for the 00111 photo lire di
pnrtmciiit fortes of tho downtown nnd
Vholowilo district nnd thc men
Hwurmiil upon tIme roofs und firoov
capes nf adjoining uti iiclurcH poiitlne
I mm ot water UIIUI t hue ilumiM from
these vantage polius Two inui nflor
thn Irlt aliirm hUll mniiiiliil tlio IIII11W
wet on lip I control
Mnro iHlaml Navy Yard Jnn nThe
Crlllllol Hmilh Dalcma built lit time
Tlllnil lion NVnrliH wont into ronimlH
Hloll today I Lou t1luuilui luther In dipt
4 t Fox Hho piobably will go tn
Sun TranflNco for II tow fluyie nml
tlicn piOPeod Matdalum hi of ttr
tfd vructlue
Mistakes Gasoline for Coal Oil
And Pours itoti the
HlIIlln llnl Thrown All OUT Vic
tim Inlllctliu IVrrlhlu Injurlc
1 M Collins Iglmtt FJIIIII
Covered from hetid to feet with aw
ful mini Miss Hnttln Griffiths
Church strot lies dnngftrously Injured
at the Holy Cross hopltnl She is a
victim of the old mlstnko ot thinking
gasoline coal oil and It tdH Murvivea
her tcrribloaordeai It Will ho duo to
tIle presence of mind of J M Oolllns
nml her brother IX Griffiths tIs
Griffiths vh > Is iC yearn old wts
building a fire in the Kitchen tutU V o this
morning shortly nrior 7 oclock and
to hasten matters picked up what she
thought a can of coal oil iuul opening
tile Stove psurod tho liquid on time
llame Them was a terrible explosion
followed by screams
Mlsi Griffith ran outside A neigh
bor Mrs J M Collins who lives at
tho smith end of Church street be
tween Third and Fourth South flml
Main and State streets saw Iho girl
covered with llames SIlO called to
her husband who wns wnslilng and
leaping over a high fence between his
homo and the Griffiths place reached I
the girl In ft few seconds Ho started
pulling alt tho girls blazing clothing I
She was fully dressed and her outc
garments fanned in time air burmJd I
fiercely Her drops wa torn from her
body quickly by Mr Collins but l
ore he could got her under clothing
ofT her breast arms nnd buck were
burned frightfully tho ilesh coming
off with tho clothing in iMaces Mr
Collins worked heroically but her
stockings wero burning before he
could reach them As ho pulled oft
her shoes the flesh on her legs crack
IX M Grimths a brother ot the girl
was next on the scene He brought
bedding which was wrapped tightly
Biround hei thi tUnguishlng the
nUll 1i in such portions ot the gar
inontH as remained upon her
MlSM Grimths Kcrtonmed while her
clothing burned l subsided as the
llnmes woro conquered She was taken
Into the homo aiil physicians HUIII
11WqI1 iJ I1 i ll and EvmuIs 1c
I IVlII4qlll J IY ttJ t1 t 1la1
filltlte umbulnncct tiVatitet1 tlmlNgiriiui
all1nsefl She vftut taken to tho Holy
CIOSS hospital whore her burns were
treated Owing to tho wide spread the
llames obtained nd tlio intense pain re
sulllnjr it lllljnot dellnltcly known
whether Internal Injuries hud boen In
lllct d BOIIM tear being expressed that
her lungs or heart might have been
MTpctPd During the wait for the am
bulance lIu Griffiths remained COtS
When tho biothcr who was dressing
In tho bedroom ut the time ot tho
accident reached the kitchen ho
round it nil ablaze Hu could not
find his Hluter and beat the duo out
with heavy rags thinking probably fho
had fainted und was somowhero In time
room Tier screams brought him to
the outside whero ho found Sir Col
lins already rendering first aid Aftap
tin excitement had passed both Mr
Griffith and Collins found their hands
badly hllstored
rime story ot the accident Is best told
by MI Collins When a caller rapped
on his door this morning IlrCol
line had both hands bandaged Ho
motioned for the caller to open tho door
and step inside It was horrible ho
said shuddering The poor girl came
running out of the lioniu all ablaze
I got aver the finicu but how I do
not know I pulled at her clothing
every time I pulled a pluco of cloth
Ing to which the flesh was sticking
the poor girl would scream with haul
Her corsets woro burlned nothing but
time htccls being loft when tho flames
got through their work I grabbed and
pulled as fnnt us I could work my
hands amid within a tow minutes most
of the llama was taken away Thim
her hair caught nnd started to burn
making thu affair all the moro terrible
I Tin brother was working over her too
In a few mlnuten after I cached her
Ve wrapped her In bedding and then
took her Into tho house Time sight
wits awful oh I want never to see
such u thing again
D M arllllth tho girls mother is
an flxmembor of tho firo department
lie said I heard tin oxiijobluu in thu
kitchen and then heutii my klslor
Rcreani I rushed In and Urn room was
one mars of names I began beating
thoso out and hunting for my Muter
Just ns I wiia getting tho Humes out
u KTcam told me sun had reached
tho outsldo so I rushed out and found
Mr Iolllnp tearing off her burning
clothes It was n horrlblo eight anU
It will bo weeks before I will get ever
lie filght and horror of It nil As
Mr arlftlth poke ho was trembling
Hid a loaf lloth hands wore band
ngpd Tlio nirod mother and other
mumbPii of time family W < TO still shud
In th spico between the aiilHtli
nnd CollhiH homo worn grim remlmlom
of tit nfiHlr Plttros of churrod clothing
I shoes huh bHldhii were Moattereu
mound evarywhoro Tho fentio which
Mr Collins tinea not mnioinhor KOtlhiK
Item l N uuix relit high and a ilUriuuH teit
of cilni lii mig
w r
Xw Yin It Jim jOlOIJ Button
11SI jhlcnK and orn liurnliiKUir of
NrtW Vmk will moel hem UmlKlit in a
BMio fur tilt cliampUiimhlp lit IKU balk
linn hllltiirds Hut ion became cliiimplnii
nt nIP millie in 19A3 when lie defout
I 3fiK P RloHHon who won tho n
turitatliHi iihamploiiililp mutch In tlie
iplInK ot lint your Hlnee tlmn Kill
ton huts sintinBlully defuiulmt limit tltln
npilnst Jooiib Rehaofar Willie Hoppe
Und Mornhififtar the Idtur matDh
liililiiK pliipa in IhUiiito n ytiiir II gO
when Hution won by the naninv mar
gin OR 3S iiulnlii Wllll tloppn linn
IsniKul a IluilliMigo to lIme rlniirr of
lunlplHi nutuh wh1 1111 have to hula y
ibm boy wlihlii w ili > > < HUPIHI IUIM
aim clmllungcil Hrinntrr 1i1I
truphy i urtitli he g I iic 1IIIIhIllNhlll
ul Jbl bulk Hue
Dr Sydney Russell Wells of Lon
don Told of Attending Defend
ant in England in 1899
Dr Frederick J BurtonBrowne
Formerly of India Service Diag
nosed Case asMild Mania
Jr Maurice CJimju of Purls ANo VJt
Jirsi PufeiiroV Tolhmmy
I Ii Now All In
Now York Jutl i4Tile defense III
Iho Thaw ease completed this mornlnir
the Introduction ot nil its testimony
and Hhoitly before the noon recosn Mr
Iilttloton cjilof counEcl for limo defend
ant bpgan toivad tiUlng and carefully
prepared hynothetlcaUltuitructlon to the
throe alienists engaged to testify In
Harry Thaws behalf Tho question
covered all the testimony in tho caws
und bvforo re tll1u1 been submitted
to DIst Atty JeronIC for any objection
tho prosuoutlon hud to offer Only
slight changes resulted As the testi
mony In the present hearing had dif
fered from that of the first trial to tho
hypothetical question dltTeted from the
one propounded last year by Mr DOl
mils The pvlden cmto Irrational acts
01 manner from infancy to the tlmo
of tho homicide wns given precedence
over every other phase of the testi
mony I
Dr Charles Francis liingamnn tho
Thaw family physician of PltUsbure
was put on tho witness stand when
court opened today for the beglnnlnc
ot the fourth week of the second trial
of Hurry Thaw for the killing of Stan
ford Whlto Dr Blnganum told of the
early symptoms of nervousness In Har
ry Thaw saying IiI WAB first called to
attend the boy when he was three years
old At tho time hlH nervousness often
bordered on convulsions Time attacks
usually followed various childrens dis
eases Thaw slept badly as a child re
nulring u relay ot nurses moat oi the i
time Dr 13111501111111 said that in the i11
of 1008 ho was called to attend Hurry
Thaw tn tttHhuminhlII Jrcated 111m COl
Il J vluSllo ilUlJtIIIU1 lloti 10
ThThWill rt iffiitl1rll trP
abroad with EdJi NtVdbiL TIme tilt
noss Bald Thaw several times In the
Tombs after his arrest and the defend
ant always referred to tho Madison
Square Garden affairs as Time act ot
Thaws acts and appearance In the
prison impressed the witness as Irra
It was of Dr HlnKuman that DM
Ally Jerome MAId at the last trial when
Thaws mental condition was under In
vestigation I had rather had the
testimony of on old practitioner like
this than all the cxeprtn yqu could put
upon tho stand The prosecutors
crossexamination today wIts very
brief nnd courteous
Following Dr Ulnshimin came the
first of tho foreign witnesses Ur Sydney
Russell Wells of IMidon who waa
called to attend Thaw In tIme Kngllsh
capital In the early part of 1899
Mr Thaw was in a very nervous
condition said Dr Wells His pulse
was extremely rapid and ho complain
ed of pains In the head I diagnosed
his dime ItS one of mental disturbance
On one of his VIsits to the defendant
witness said ho found his patient In a
highly excitable state despite the fact
that Ills temperature waa only 93 de
grees He feared that he might hnrni
Jilmsclf Thaw did not renuond to
treatment even opiates falling and
Dr Volls said ho decided to send the
young man to the Davonshlro Nurxlnp
nsHoelatlonH hospital On a visit he
< und Thaw dancing about the room
llko a mad man 110 reported his case
nt tilt hospital as autemanla
Mr Thaw at tin hospital had a jKir
feotly enormous room continued Dr
Wolls but he complained that he did
not have room to breathe Ho ala
complained of the terrific heat and de
manded that 20000 tons of Ice be placed
tnlho room He lid not lice Hit
nuroo assigned to him and wanted me
to employ iv whole staff of nllrlitH 10
he might find one he liked Ayiien ho
was in time lieu the patlenlH eyes film
cd Into vacancy The acute attack nt
the hospital continued nix day He
had no fever at tummy tlmo Ill tnlk nan
largely Incoherent There itus no evi
dence of alcoholism
During your entire attendance on
Mr Thaw In 1809 doctor what conclu
sion did you reJlOll uskwl Mr 111
Un ton
1 diagnosed hu cone a 11 acute re
current disunity
Dr WollB said he aw Thaw In trIO
IflirJ and In leos or iDol HO treated
him nt thoiio limits but lucia were nn
acute nyniptom aid In 1S S
On ciwwexumlnatlon by Dlht Atty
Jerome Ir WnlU laid that ut tin1
tlinu ho tioutcd Thaw In 1SIK he hid
nimlo no idrtlrulur stud y of mcnUI
dj eajioN 11111 hud hud but little oxpoil
OUCH along tlmillne The ultne ald
Thaw remember him and Iho things
tluU hsaJpenaU durliiK his outbreak anti
wna anxious to nuio lze eMu otully to
tho nurttv whom IK felt lie hud uffond I
o l
MlM llllUn T Macllrldo of lAindon
il profiiMUloival iiume an HIP deKrIb
hemalC followed Dr WolU Sliu lva
called In to attend Thau itS nniw In
lilt 10OH18 III Imdon III July 1SW
Thaw wan very lemloiMi and bin talk
WUH iiicolwrniit Hi pxnreiuloii of hits
fucu wij wild 11111 ulthough hu hail
no iDHineroture he continually com
plillnod of the frl htfnl hunt Ther
were no ovldenccH of alcoholism Ills
nrtN H mid mm muimss mid II II Impivused thn
WltilbBrt IIH IrniUunal
31H VJ llltTuN ltKUNK
Ilma llilid ot nn fonlun IIIUICOB to
lit CUllfcll ti as I > i KtoliMIrk J HullHi
Drowiw uf 11111101 fumifil of tue
India B9ivlii U u tit fin te imiv u jfartU
I nit piyicluii In llomi Dr llurton
hIm uvlte ninviiuiu icfnivd in hlniKitf
IIM II niWlll inin MillI I lull U due
II r It WILa 111 > iIIdl 11102 Ihul Uin
wIlnxiM cullecl lu iiii ml Tlmu In Itimii
lit dl tiio ioil Hi < wl ai tI if ul 111111111
or mill munlu
Thou wn I I u of Iohullllll
To Count Laszlo Szechenyi Took
Place at Home of Brides
Mother Today
Ceremony Iurrormnl by Itctor t > f SI
IntrkKs CnUiidrdl Couplo le
Iiartcd for Xruport Today
Nea York Jnn 27 Gladys Vander
hut daughter of Airs Cornelius Tint
dorbllt WIM married to Count IMHZO
Szecliensl 4 youns Huiiffarinn noble
II tllJ1I the Fifth avenue home of Mild
Vnnderbllt at noon today The wed
ding wn probably the most brilliant
thut haft taken place In this city for
fcovoml years Although tho numlwr
tf snif ts was limited to about 35l
maltily relatives und Immediate friends
oC tjio two famlllo there was includ
ed Kaion Hengclmuller von Hongorvur
tho Austilnn umbsuinudor to tIme United
SUites Janien llryte the British am
batgadcir and several of the prominent
inoinliirs of New York society Out
Clue of tho Vondorbilt homo u great
crowd of the curious public gathered
ItOpInc for u glimpse or tho count und
his bride iud watchlnp the arrival of
thu guests
Theit was no disorder nmonj this
crowd for tljp streets woro patrolled
and kept clear by a forcd of nearly
100 Dollceineii
Police HIIOH wero tirawn across Fit
ty evunth and Fiftyeighth streets be
tween which two streets tho house
slunds and uninvited public was not
pen tied on the Fifth avonup side
walk In front oC the house They
gathered in liirtro numbers in the
square In front of tho Plum hotel but
their curiosity was satisfied only by
witnessing the arrival of the count
mind the guests Promptly at noon the
oddlnj ceremony wns performed in
n lurge drawing room on tho Fifth
avenue I hlo of thT house In which u
boyer of palms and nrbor of orchids
were constructed Hcneath the arbor
a temporary altar was erected and In
tent of this the ceremony was per
formed by 3IRT M T Lavelle rector
of St Patricks cathedral Tim brldo
Wait escorted by her elder brother Cor
ncllus Vundcrbllt down the aisle bor
dorcd with palms tmtwined with a
great abundance of orchids at till ul >
tar At one cud of the long room nn altar
wns placed under a bower of bending
palm triiS the tops of which came to
gjthft forming an arch under which
the bridal couple proceeded to the al
tar About the trunks of HIP palms
were twined thousands of orchids
Miss Vandorbllt was accompanied to
the ultnr by her elder brother Cam
nelius Vanderbilt and tho count was
accompanied oy his best man Count
AmrttL Slgrjiy T1Q wedtllne ceropionj
JwffstWfOrHVWIrl > Vj5lKix71tJ LavoJlc
ivbtor oC St Patrlclty cathedral wear
ing punilo kill vestments and lace Ho
was assl < t d hy tho Ilov John Verne
Thp wtddlnp chorus from Gauls can
tUtU Kuth was sung by 0 boys of
the 75t Patrlclcfl chancel choir attired
In Nurpllccs and red cossockn ticcom
panted by tho organ and assisted by the
Cathedral small quartet
flit gown worn by the brldo was of
ivory satin with embroidery point lace
and garlands of nrange blossoms Hor
veil was of point lncn caught with
sprays of orange blossoms She Pny
rlcd a Bhowif oouquet of orchids and
gardenias Time bridesmaids wore
Ml s Ruth Vanderbllt Twombley her
cousin und Miss Dorothy Whitney
daMghter of AVIlllam C Whitney The
brldo was also attended by her little
niece Mltw Flora Payne Whltnfy
daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Payno
Among the ushem wero Count
Ptefnn Szechcnyl and Count Paul Ill
I terhary Among tho guests voro
Baton Hcngclmuller von Hengcrvnr
the Auslraln ambascador to tho Unit
ed Stairs nnd his wife and Alfred
and Ilpginald Vanderbllt brothers of
tho bride
Many of the most urnmlnent meni
her of New York society were junong
tho fruesti I while outsldo limo Vnndcr
hlH rssldeiicn n great crowd of tlo
curious public thronged tho sldowalk
and street
Following the coromony a woddlnsr
breakfast was served the Kiiost liu
lUg distrlbulel at various tables
throughout the house All tho rooms
were beautifully decorated with palma
and orchids
This nftornoon time Count nnd
fouiitosa cchonyl will go to sow
port to renuiln for u week at the
homo of Koplimld Vlln iI 0111 lit
jynst mimtnur Miss Vnndorbllt ho
limo of ago mill under tho provision
if luau fathers will entered into pos
herHlon of IIT share of his great for
tent rstlmatod at from 12000000
to J60000011
The wedding gifts are said to ex
ceed 1000001 in vnluu nnd MO
Kucrdcd day and night hy lotcetlvou
und special pollen armncMmuntR incite
been mode to htindlo the curious
thnrngH which usually cathur on auch
Dlst Att > Jerome on cTowexaintim
lion asked
How long did Thaws mania lam
About 36 bourn
TlmtB all
Next mine Ur Jliurlcc Gtiuja of
Purls who gave hla tcillmony through
time olllrlal court Intorprntcr He nt
uiided Thu iv In ParlR In tf spring of
1904 In whlili he atteinpted Nulcldo by
sWlllIlwtng iHiidanum
Ur ilauja dowilbed Thaw eoiKlltlon
but xatd he had not < llaifiii ul It HI
luudiomm xiw nlHB At tint hu thought
It was ptomaine polamilng Mr little
I toll hero announced that with time ox
iiptlon of the tentlmony of Uw win
11111I < who bad Just taatlflrd time hy I
11IIllIlII qu tlon for the cKrtl wo
i omplf tod
Di Bmtth Kly Jillffr nf olimioia unl
vtrHlty wiw worn und II was air 0il
diut ili uueitlon tfhuuiil is read 10 llm
mid Dr Charles U Wunnr of flIng
hamton ami Di K IIIIH of Morris
Plain N J at tin nanin tlm
Mr 1lltl ton IxiRnii lu r a l tilt quw
llun to tile expvru und to the Jury at
12ISO p m IIv had mogul for lu mInute
nrly when 11101 wait ordeuid
1iirtland Me JIIIII11lr whleh
several tlmw thnwtaiitiJ 10 will nut
the hualnow district of this oils und
which muted dmmtttr tlmMtetl st
over 900000 wnx kIt cunfliiml lo the
block In whIch I > Htmivd this mornlnc
itftnr un ulinoii to hnuiV MghtliiK by
Portlands lime mlIu aided hy IflCfl lId
IIIIIUIi t 1111 from BUM ral iitslde ellles
The Ore starlxt in the Hhol ssle
dry guoia hUll I MIIIIKm roiisllli
liinpun > winI ii > 15 tn ihelr half Jt
the ho I lilt Ii lUn Ih 1lle Ilnll of
til huss M < U > ii CulHl Lulei When
thf fire Avtia tlmuirht to txj utidor con
trol the other half of the building oc
cupied by A F rax HonK wan In
vsdod by the flumes which nmdo their
way through the root and a party wiill
simultaneously amid tho 55GOOOO stock
or boots and MhooH wau ruined
The crew of engine No S wore
standing boneuth a well on the side Of
the burneil block when nn explosion
wan honrd followed by the fall of the
wall The explosion had waritud time
men however nml nil were out ot
the way when tho debris fell
Tho IarkerThomaa company sus
tained loss by waiter and mvoke esttm
nted lit 100000 and Cook Kvnrth A
Ieiimi liompanyi wholosaln IIrUlfdI
V 1 ntilley Company csurritau
Unwls Company wholoule ciolbimug
A H Harry it Company boot and
shoos M A Watorhouse Com pan v
hardware denhrs and Himn EveieUi
ft Incalls dry Koods dealers JoUiiy
suffer a bile aRKresutlng 100000
The like OHSUined tuch proportions
that Mayor Leighton calloil fur hlp
frlim 10 cltlM In JlaJwuchuscit Now
HampNhlro amid Maine
IoIlLrmah Whoo liitctilncs Vrrc
JMcrcod Six Times Slay LU
New York Jan 27 After an niwra
lion which burgeons In thc Harlom
hoKpltul iiiy Is moid sorlouK limn hit
one porfonnnd In tho attempt to save the
life of PresMunt McKinley John
loughman n patrolman who was what
Monday night last while ntcmptlng
to aid a detective In arresting a pick
IntostlneH were pierced six times At
pocket Is In a fair way to reCover Hid
the hoMpItal last night It was said that
Lotighmin would probably be fit for
discharge In two weeks tlm
Indianapolis Jan 27 President
Mitchell announced to tho convention
of tho United Mine Workers of Amer
ica today that ho did not desire to
hold any office In the organization after
his retirement as president on April 1
This will stop a movement to hnvo him
placed at tho head of an advisory
110 asked that his friends give tholr
loyal and undivided support to hli
successor Whllu I have been presi
dent I have been president In fact as
well an In numa nnd my successors
have tho same opportunities to curry
out hlu poUcloK
W U Haywood secrolarytreauuior
of the Western Federation of Minors
addressed the convention lie rcferroc
ellmly to tho appreciation and the
feeling of Moyor Icttlbono and him
self to the labor element of tho coun
try which had contributed 300000 to
their defense
Unywood attributed all of the fitrlki
and troubles In tho western lead coa
and told mines to the oporutocs owln
to their failuui to keep contmelH will
tlio miners Ho cluirged tho Operator
with hft deatruetlon property bY
tho imcftir fexplbslviM irr order t5 pro
Judlco public opinion and lay tho blnmt
on tho mlneru lie painted graphic Ill
tutert of tho bullpens rKtabllidied
l > y the stale and military authorities
hlch ho said havo boon subsorvant to
tho operators
Colorado Bald IIP la as mean ns
all the other ntntos boiled down Cor
porations control time tourts there de
bauch tho legislature nnd run tho oleu
tlon to hull themselves
Jlr Haywood pleaded fOII closer
relationship between tho Western Fed
eration of Minors and the illno Work
ers of America He asked not only for
tho financial support ot tho United
Miners but for Uio moral support as
well He nokml that all coal miners
have their contracts oxpho at tho same
limo so they can give other mutual
President Mitchell addressed the Mum
Mlitlon wheicupon Mr Haywood clos
ed He declared himself to bo opposed
to sympathetic strikes 1 have watch
ea labor troubles and condition ns
closely as any man he said and 1
luivo not seen any benefit accrue from
sympathetic strikes Should tho West
em Federation of Miners ask us to
go on a strike to aid their strike wo
would ask naturally What will wo
get out of It Wlmt good will accrues
to us I do not see that it would do
Us any good to have Uie motalaferous
miners on a strike If we coal miners
were out In a strike Coal can be
mined when gold minors time not work
ing hut gold cannot be mined If there
Is no coal
Mr Mitchell admitted that in ox
trcmo canon sympathetic strikes would
very materially assist In tho accom
plishment of labor purposes jual In i
such coses he would advocate thorn
He thought closer relationship should
exist between time mine workers nnd
the Western Federation of Miners and
suggested a commission to define what
those rtilnttonH should be Air Mitchell
urged time miners continue tho con
tract iynteni
D A Sullivan secretarytreasurer ot
the Ohio mine re nnd Alexander no
wait president of the Knnms miner
were elected dolprat 8 to the Interirt
tlonnl mining congress which muota ut
nnW Mont Jail l1D J Hemift
II y prenldeiu of the Hetmeiisy Merc n
tlle comixiny a pointier of Jlnntuiui and
the rlth lIt morehiuit in the norUuvufil
droppod dead on the Street at i > oclock
totliiy of heart trouble Ho wa born
at KrodoMektown N a in 1S5 < A
widow und three chlldrtm survive
Mr llennuwwy cnmo to Montana In
18711 multi oiiKiured In Innlnotui in lie
lonu with IB J Bonnor Co it pio
neer nrm Tlueu yours later ho ettab
llnlied H store In llutto then a tmall
camp This place was burnud out In
issu but on the ruin BIIIW thu IlreMnl
lolO tile largest between St l aul and
Portland 11 r HtmibsHy WUM many
UIII H millionaire
lie hud held high cutikmeut In the na
tional Ancient Order of Hlbcrnlano WI
u leading Democratic polltlelnn nnd had
Riven fortiinmt 10 this Oatholla ohureli
He was also Ii Knight of Columbus
Kuncrol arraiiKamcntR built not lieun
compl < d
Mr lldimotny won fouml on West
Park Street nwr Jaokvon at i > oclock
dylnt ito hud been to xnrly mas A
printer Tom Klllfath illwovurlnjr
the ttrlckmi man carried him Into the I
rtwldonuo of Dr HuriHon within a Cow
yanU hut Mr HenncwHy oxplreil lie
fur iinylliltiK could he doiu its linil
laid prevluiis attacks nf hwrt trouble
AurMa Nel Jan 27 A list IllIhl
bctwwn Delbrrt Wolrott and KionU
MN rn ul GllrhrUt thin < ounty lal
n I flit iultd In the Imlwit d rmli
of thai former Thv men qumrulid o O <
IL pool gamr Wnloott titus 3D And Mr
NIIIII SI year old
Five Hundred American Laborers tiJ
With Families Here Are i
our of Employment
Foreigners Have Employment on t
The Streets to the Ex f1
clusion of Citizens fi1
Mnyor Umiiifonl fey 12 i Gnluii
Ami CM in V eishtm Icet Ilils After f
nmm tit Dixci s thy Situation J <
Gnlll 11 Woods Salt Lola cruel S
ilv luisOuhul m lImit Jln itimllon is
IIHIIV SLit mu 11111I the pcoplo rralbi 1
Iiine n list Itr of 1110 hone Indus
trious men of fumllj iherp there Is ill
lit or mi too1 In the home ami tile
men Brim 1llhiff to uork for iilmoit
nolhliiK Work mut be Imd for
Slam II Ciiil Sodirholm JSnlviuinn
rrny Our uorklnRinens hotel Is
OMrcro ded inery nlKht and WI turn
mnny auaj They Include nklllod
laborers In hUt umy cases until for theso
men many of vthoni linn union card
tho unions uiii ilnlns nolliln lnp
niuso ami forclRiirrA wii to lme
Iliiplojment on he htreels 10 the cx
I liS hum of Silk Laku lltens llli
Desk Sergeant 1ollct Stutlon Our
nightly applications tor lodgUm 11
nmomil to about SO lodscrs They all K
in ocatlons and nl least a in mac
proportion m to bo uorklnK men of u
gofKl monils StImulI of com > o are iho ti
usiml lloiitcr olns
+ j
With 600 men of romillos out ot work 1
In Sivlt Lake and these families often ti J
on the verge of destitution Kennedys y
sewer contract on East I trst South Wi
street H being worked by nllon labor
mostly Japg i
The situation has been ono to i4lt
public otllPluls into action mid at 1110
oclock this afternoon Mttyor Brans
ford Rev K I Goshen and fnpt M
M Woods head ot the Salt iJik
IharUV uiiisoviatlon met to consider
adjusting matters
ways and means ot ldJul
Cafit Woods spoke of the situation
this afternoon with great seriousness
Its a rod hot shamr ho declared I
I have hero this list ot Inmost cltl i <
men workmen menutdallllllclmRIIJot i
them skilled iHborernout t of work timid
willing1 to uocept any employment of 7
fered whether nt their trades or at day
lather I go Into their Monies unllI
fluid the moHt cruel kind of destitution
and then I coma out ohlo tho streets
end mInd Atr Kennedy employing a
largo force ot Japanese laborers work
ing them on Bunday even
The labor situation m the sewer
Contract was not the only thins that
stirred Capt Woods this mornlnK
Here are these labor unions he said
they ought to be cftrlng for their own
Yet when 1 publIshed ihs fact that I
had two regular union printers with
cards show ing them In good standlns
apply here for work this union set tin
example of Inactivity that I think U
bad for all The secretary came down
hero md asked for their names Thats 1
evei blessed thins ho did They wore
back hern HKnln this mornlnp ankliiB
for help Thewo ale tlmow whon w
must all get in and liclp mid for the
labor unions to iKJRlii by helping thoir
own fellow craftsmen Is a pretty good t
point to start things
Thp list of too unemployed married
mun IH not tin limit of time possibilities
of hits lint In Salt bake Copt > Vuods
declared hIs inoiiilntJ that ho hud to
shut off his lUst as ho already had more
people than could possibly bo belie
lltttil und It was now nwosuary to
turn the aasoulallons attention to html
lug woik for those listed and to stir
rlnjr Into activity ieiuime lug proposi
tion which will take cure tit many men
Onu dollar and fIfty conts per day Is
nil that they ask and many even are
wllliiKT to work at a less figuro than
this Time Jniwinosp on limo sower con
tract It IH understood receive from 70 to
S6 cents par day
For time unemployed In Salt Lake
there arc four placos to KO to the Sal
vation Army working mens hotel on
Jlum alley to time Volunteers hoLd on
east First South to tho polleo station
and to the SalllJike Charity associa
tion The luttr orgiinttdtlon tries to
furnish jobs only and the others lu
addition offer lodRlnRS two of them
trying to furnish positions whllo tjjs
city jaIl ont0nt Itself with offurlnn
a bed and a floutrr wherever It etui
bo pinnoil on with safety
All four of tlufco Institutions aw
ovurworked Ai t he Charity associa
tion thli inoiiiliiK llny ceased to IBRH
tcr names in ont r tu spend thou time
hunting for llditiomms time Salvation
Army holul wan tilled to the capacity
of UN > arior II Hh mnn valtln for
something to tuin up ninny of thorn i
being husky youni Americans wtio ue
elftrti they never were out of work be 1
fore ala would take It wt any oppor
tunity Thu Volunteer wUblishmivnt
hud a waiting llnx for luncheon at
noon nnd Us purlor too was illlo
with men sitting around n fire and ex
ehuiitfintf stories iii the dllllculty of aa
iiirlnn oniploymont
Dlxons employment ac ney has Imd
Jean boards for two montlis HO fur its
opportunitlaH to work are concerned
Amateur Athletic Tnlon X i Douln VII
hilii tlie Mnlter Up
Nov York JIlt lllits mispelai
of Mfllvln W Shew rd nf time Irish
Amorlcan Athletic club runner In
Philadelphia for Ills action in the raoo
yildny whelm he struok an opponent
robs time Pastime Athletle chIll wattles
nt Miidlson Sijuai O rdn tonleht of
1110 of tin stun hi was oxpftctwl to 4
take iru mmJIi
The AinuittUr Athletic union
outtiew nmk IT V IS mniattcir if Urn
ml otlinrs
Hiisi nsl n nun
it tIlt ii rid nmicnllimg
f thtiuid tsItium
tutu lh
nnliw I MfM sid tO iliii
afin u air
Bstmdux nigh
usuil late str yssitItlliy
llilkS1 UiHt 5UltiOUl0Zi illegal

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