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Yi Yong Ik Former War WanMinister WarNinister WarMinister
Minister Is Plotting PlottingAgainst PI PlottingAgainst tting ttingAgainst
Against Mikado MikadoMEETING ltikadoMEETING MikadoMEETING
1 1t
t Conspires There With M MPavloff iVt iVtPavloff MPavioff
Pavloff Minister of ofthe ofthe ofthe
SHANGHAI Sept 20 20Yl Yi Yong Ik Ikthe Iktheformer the theformer theformer
former Korean minister of war and andfinance andfinance andfinance
finance and leader o ot the Russian party partyin part partin partyIn
in Korea before the war ar Is said to be In InShanghai InSbangha inShanghai
Shanghai engaged in plotting with M MPavloff l lPavlofr MPavioff
Pavloff former minister of Russia at atSeoul atSeoul atSeoul
Seoul against Japan JapanDefeated JapanDefeated Japant
Defeated by Japan JapanFor JlpanFor JapanFor
For several 5e tal years ears the Emperor of of3k otCorea oforea
Corea orea relied on the advIce or Yi Yon Yonlk Yon1k
3k who wielded such power that few fewdared fewdared fewdared
dared to oppose him He was at the theheight thebelght thebeight
height of his 1spower power Just previous to the theoutbreak theuutbreak theoutbreak
outbreak of the war between Russia and andJapan andJapan andJapan
Japan when the th Russians and Japanese Japanesewere Japanesewre Japanesewere
were struggling for supremacy at the theKorean thelorcnn theKorean
Korean court courtYI courtYI courtyl
YI Tong Ik then headed the th Russlais Russlaisparty RusslllJlarty Russiaiparty
party Before the war he assured the theEmperor theEmperor theEmperor
Emperor that in case of war he would wouldarrange wouldarrange wouldarrange
arrange matters so that no trouble troublewould troublewould troublewould
would result resu t for Korea KoreaAs KoreaAs KoreaAs
As YI Ypng Y Dg Ik lkprncUcaIly practically controlled controlledall controIlcdall controllcdall
all the government offices at Seoul the theEmperor theEm1leror theEmperor
Emperor placed lilced implicit faith In him himand himand himand
and he hepracUcall praqtically became ruler of o the thekingdom thekingdom thekingdom
kingdom although described as an il illiterate 11Utcrnte iiliterate ¬
literate man ma unable to read or write writeIngenuous writeIngenuous wrIteIngenuous
Ingenuous Financier FinancierBut FinancierBut j jBut
But lif b possessed wonderful Ingenuity Ingenuityin
in devising clslngnew new plans to get mone out outof outof outof
of the people and enrich enIchthe the Emperor Emperoramong Emperoramon Emperoramong
among amon his favorite schemes being one oneto oneto onetO
to create false accusations of treason treasonand treasonnrd treasonand
and then confiscate all the property of ofthe ortlto ofthe
the accused and his family familyAn ramthAn ramilyAn
An Illfavored unkempt man Yi Yang YpngIk Yang1k rong1k
1k lived in very ery humble quarters being beingaware be1n be1naowarcthatmany beingaware
aware aowarcthatmany that many favorites faorlt s had ad fallen fallenthrough fal falenE cn cnlhrOigh
E through throughIcldIng yielding to habits of ofluxl luxury 1ucur and an andpeasure 1 1pJcas j jpleasure
pleasure pJcas re But he could ould not stem the thetide thetlde thetide
tide of of Japanese Japane > C Influence InniIence and he was wasgradual wris wrisgruluaillliU wasflut
gradual gruluaillliU lj MHMiJ tQ the wait wallLate waitLate + tf tfLaf
Laf Late e in February Jiebrnaii 1904 he n was as arrested arrestedand arrestednn1 arresteda1
and deported to Japan but when Japan Japanhad Japanl1ail Japanhai
had Korea well w ll in her own hands he hewas hewas hewas
was allowed till owed to return to his native land landunder landunder landunder
under surveillance
V fr011 Disowned Diown a by Wealthy Baltimoreana BaltimoreanaParents BaltimoreansParets BaltimoreanaParents
Parents She Holds His Body Bodyin Bodyin Bodyin
in California CaliforniaVENTURA I IVENTU I IVENTURA
VENTURA VENTU Cal Cal Sept t 18 1SThe The bouy bouyjf b boiyof
jf 0 Edward EdwaraL V M Gillette Gillette who was wasdrowned wasdrown wasdrowned
drowned drown d here In the surf surf a week ago agois aso asoIs agois
is still unburied unburiedHis unburiedHis unburiedHis
His parents arents are wealthy Baltimore Baltimorepeople BaltImorePfOpJe Baltimorepeople
people and they ordered the body bod sent sentto 50ntI
I to them The reply was made that his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife would leave with It Gillettes Gillettespeople Gillettespeople Gillettespeople
people replied that their son had no nowife nowife nowife
wife and retained a local attorney to toinvestigate toinestlg toI
I investigate inestlg < ttc j jProduced
Produced Certificate CertificateHe
He found Mrs frs Gillette and she pro produced produced produced ¬
duced a marriage certificate dated Los LosAngeles LosA15 LosAgelcS
Angeles A15 < lcs March last Mrs lrs Gillette said saidher saidher ald aldh
her h r husbands body borl would not go East Eastuntil Easturt11 Eastuntil
until she hc accompanied It ItThe ItThe itThe
The Eastern Glllettes GUlettesrcfuse refuse to recog recognize recognize recognize ¬
nize her as their sons wife wlfcand and they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have instructed the attorney attorne to look lookout JooItout lookout
out for Gillettes estate here which whichconsists whichconsists whichconsists
consists of a gasolene asoJene launch and a anote anote anote
note of 51200 1200 from Jom Gillettes father fatherSon fatherSon fatherSon
Son Was Wayward WaywardTh
Th wife was 3S formerly a housekeeper housekeeperin
in the Maryland fa Iand home of the family familywhile famlJ famlJh11e familyhiIlc
while h11e the eon was a wayward boy bo The Thecouple ThcoupJe Thecouple
couple drifted to the coast together togetheragainst tOlcthern togetheragainst
against n alnst the wishes of his father Gil Gillette GIJlitte Gillette ¬
lette lived an exemplary cxcmpla life here
The Lake Superior storm has passed passedbeyond passedbe3 passedbeiond
beyond be3 > ond the field of observation and a asecond a asecnd asecond
second disturbance In which the th > barom barometer barometer harometer ¬
eter reads 2SM Inches has hf s appeared appearednorth appearednorth appearednorth
north of Montana The plateau high has hasspread hasspread hasspread
spread eastsoutheast and now occupies occupiesthe occ occplethe pls plsthe
the the lower Ohio and middle Mississippi Mississippivalleys Mississippivalleys HssIsslpplvnlles
valleys and am Texas TexasShowers TexasShow TexasShowers
Showers Show rs bave fallen in Texas and the theEast thpEaRt theEast
East Gulf Gul States and thence th nce northeast northeastward northeatward northeastward ¬
ward through Tennessee Tenncss e and the Ohio Ohiovalley OhioyaJ1 Ohicvalley
valley yaJ1 > to the tl1 > lower lake region Rains Rainshave Rainshave Rninhave
have also fallen on the north Pacific Pacificccnst Paclticnmst PacId PacIdcost
ccnst ccnstJt nmstJ cost costIt
Jt J t Is I decidedly d > ChlN1I cooler oolt > r In the th > lake Ink region regionJind r glon glonflnfl I Inni
Jind thf th Ohio valley alley 1J Temperatures Tcmp < raturf > 8 have haverisen hanrJI hav havrisen
risen rJI < n in Kansas lJn Nebraska tho tipper tipperMissouri upJlrlls uppxMissouri
Missouri lls ourl valley aJ and the northern Rocky Rockymountain Rock Rokmountain Rockmountain
mountain region In the Washington Washingtonforecast 3fhlngton 3fhlngtontorNnst L Iforecast
forecast district fair weather will pre prevail prpall r rrail ¬
vail all tonight and an Thursday Thur da with Momtwhat some somewhat ome omewhat ¬
what cooler weather tonight In Atlantic Atlanticcoast AtluntlcoaHt Atlantlctoast
coast oaHt districts north of o the Carolinas Carolinasand earollnnsnJ Carolinasaid
and nJ d moderate mo < 1rat temperatures tmpf temperat > raturc5 U res Thrusday ThrusdayTEMPERATURES ThrusdarTE Thrusda y yTE3IPEJtATURES
9 7 77
12 2 tt tiI tiDOWZTOWN
Uoi nKlBtere > glJtere < l Afll Ati1eck tuecks < ck Standard Thermometer
9 84 84g 84THE
12 94
1 33 33THE
Sun set sete today tad a 601 601Bun 611Sun 601un
Bun un rises tomorrow 543 543TIDE 5413TIDE 546TIpE
High tide today to a 1310 pm pmLow pmJow pmLow
Low tide today 641 pm pmHigh pmJIlgh pmIgh
High Igh tide tomorrow tomorrow1241 1241 am 103 pm pmr pmIe prnw
Ie w r Lid tide tomorrow tomorrowi3J 731 73 am 735 > pm pmg
American Ame1icanPrisone Prisoner Held Guilty by Nica Nicaraguan Nicaraguan Nicaraguan
raguan Court of Lese Majeste MajesteCon MajesteConsuI Con Consul ¬
sul Lee to Make Mal < e Investigation
United States Minister Merry Ierryports Ierryportsthat reports reportsthat reportsUia
that Uia William S Albers lbers the manager managerof
of of tlit ti Tolnt Limon Mining Company of ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia who was recently arrested arrestedIn
In Nicaragua on the charge of offering offeringresistance ofrerln ofrerlnreshtance offer1nresistance
resistance to the authorities and In Insulting InsuIting insuiting ¬
suIting the President of that country countryhas countI countIhas countryhas
has t been > oon convicted em ted there thereIt thereIt thereIt
It is almost certain that an appeal appealwill appealwllI appealwill
will be taken In the meantime the
Chief Belt 1t of the Fire Department Departmentcciitemiilatctt D 1epartmentCCflteXflldMte > partment partmentCtnttnltatP
cciitemiilatctt shortly an 11I experiment experimentwith txplrlmentwl1n txperlrnentwith
with a new nl kind of lifesaving UfLs llng sip sippnttuA nppl1rat apprtus
pnttuA pl1rat He Is now having si a tower
75 7 feet f et high Iud 12 feet f et > l square built on onthe ont1lQ onthe
the vacant RllL lot owned by l the District Districton
on North Carolina avenue between betweenSixth betweenSixth betweenSixth
Sixth and Seventh streets southeast southeastJust SOlltlll3stjURt southeastitist
Just baek of No 8 engine house this thissite thhsito thissite
site to be used In the experiments experimentsLEAVE cxp experimentsLEAVE > rJment5 rJment5LEA
Postmasters of the first class have havebeen l1a1bo havebeen
been bo n granted special leave not exceed exceeding exceed1ng exceeding ¬
ing ten days to permit them to attend attendthe attendthe attendthe
the convention of the National Associa Association Assoclatlon Association ¬
tion of Postmasters at Dayton Da ton Ohio OhioSeptember ObloSeptember OhioSeptember
September 2623 26
State Denurtment will do what it can in inAlberts InAlberts inAlberts
Alberts behalf and hopes to eventually eventuallysecure eventuallysecure eventuallysecure
secure his release releaseIt relC3seIt releaseIt
It has been the Intention of the de department department department ¬
partment to send Consul General Lee Leefrom Leefrom Leefrom
from Panama on board b > ard the Princeton Princetonto
to Nicaragua to investigate the circum circumstances circumstances clrcumstances ¬
stances or the arrest which Is said to tohave toht tohave
have ht b been on unwarranted unwarrantedWhether unwarrantedhcther unwarrantedWhether
Whether hcther this course cours course will be necessary necessaI necessaIhas
has not yet been definitely d llnlteJ determined
Two Youthful Elopers ElopersOff ElopersOff I IOff
Off With Good Start StartGeorge StartGeorge StartG
George G oe Franklin and Miss Elizabeth Skinner SkinnerThought SkinnerThought SkinnerThought
Thought fo Have Sought Bostons Cool Cooland Cooland Cooland
and Conservative Atmosphere
Two youthful outhful elopers are being sought soughtby soughtb soughtby
by b the local detectives and police policeCupid policeupld policeCupid
Cupid upld has a two days da 5 start and It is isa Isa i ia
a matter of considerable consldernbledoubt doubt whether whetherGeorge whetherGeorge whetherGeorge
George Franklin Franl lin twenty twcnt years ears old and andMiss andMiss
Miss Elizabeth Skinner eighteen years yearsof yearsof ears earsor
of age will be e caught c ught before they th are areunited areunIted areunited
united In the holy bonds hb ds of matrimony matrimonyThe matrlmonThe matrimonyThe
The two are believed belle ed to have left the thecity thec thecJy
city c Sunday night although althou h the police policeand polleennd policeand
and relatives knew little or r nothing of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their plans until yesterday afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen afternoonwhen
when Captain Boardman was requested requestedto
to have a lookout maintained for Frank FrankHn FrankUn
Hn who borrowed Dent Jarboes red redwheeled redwhfied redwheeled
wheeled trap In which to elope from fromCongress fromCongress fromCongress
Congress Heights to WashingtonCharming Washington WashingtonCharming ashlngtonChanning
Charming Youth YouthFranklin YouthFran1dln YouthFranklin
Franklin Is said to be a prepossessing prepossessingyoung prepossessingoung prepossessingyoung
young oung man of fetching address He 1s isof Is Isof
of fair complexion has curly eUTI hair ani aniis an anIs >
is good g d looking When last lastseen seen he hewore hewore hewore
wore a new blue suit and a a light felt felthat felthat felthat
hat hatMiss
Miss Skinner lived with her parents parentsin parent5IlL parentsirL
in GbngresBHelghts C ngr fPHelghtsand and Franklin Q Qthough athough aL aLthough
though he has a home on upper Four Fourteenth Fourteenth Fourteenth ¬
teenth street northwest boarded across acrosstho acrossthe acrossthe
the river The two became friends re recently Tecent1 recently ¬
cently cent1 but the girls parents would
Equal Rates on Jive Stock Stockand StockI Stockailci
Same Rate on Both Prevents Opera Operation Operation Operation ¬
tion of Packing Houses in inFar inFar inFar
Far West WestThe WestThe WestThe
The ancient controversy controers between b tweenthe tweenthepaJdng the thepacking thepackIng
packing interests at Chicago and those thoseIn thosein j jin
in the farther Western cities has taken takena
a new turn in the courts The Western Westernpackers Westernpackers estern esternpacker
packers have taken steps to intervene interveneIn
In the legal proceedings which the Inter Interstate Inlerstate interstate ¬
state Commerce Commission has Inaug Inaugurated Inlu InlunratN1 inaugirated ¬
urated uratedThese nratN1rhese iratedThese
These proceedings procec lnls am to force the therailroads thera1roa therailroads
railroads ra1roa s to charge the same rate on onlire onH on11cc
lire H ctock tcdt and dressed < 1re8 ed meats The Chi Chicago Chlcno Cliicage ¬
cage Interests want the Ie order obeyed obeyedthose obeyedtho obeyedthose
those tho e farther west want it overruled overruledby oerruledby overruledby
by the courts courtsIt courtsIt courtsIt
It is i sixteen years POrs since the commis commission commssian ¬
sion llrst ordered < 1 that these rates be bemade bemarl bemade I
made marl equal Before that the rate on onpacking onpacking onpacking
packing house products JJro ucts was about half halfthe halfthe I
the live stock rate Packers Packf > rs could thus thuskill thuskill thuskill
kill stock at the Western < tenl points and amiship andhlp andhip
ship ± hip It East J ast at such a low rate that that It Itwas Itwas itwas
was more profitable to operate pack packIn packIl1
In houses hous > s as 16 near the centers of live livestock Iheslock livestock ¬
stock production an possible possibleChicago possibleChhago possihleChIcago
Chicago secured scure the order ord r for equal equalizing ellualIzln equalizina ¬
izing Izln the th < rat r t 11 hut the railroads ral1roa s never neverobeyed new newoh neverobeyed
obeyed oh > d It strictly trlctl and literally lIterall A few fewyears f fewyears > w wear
years ear > ago the Great Western e trn road con contracted contractld contracted ¬
tracted to haul the packing house pro product product product ¬
duct from the Western estern points East at ata ata
a very n low rate rateThis r3telohls rateibis
This Incensed the Chicago packer packerThe packerlThe packerThe
The Interstate Jnt < > rstate Commission reiterated reiteratedthe reiterntfdthe reiteratedthe
the old order The railroads disobeying disobeyingthe dlsob2rlngth disobeyingthe
the th Chicago C jC3g0 interests started action to toenforce tonforcl toenforce
enforce nforcl > It and In this action the Mis Missouri Missouri lIs lIsourl ¬
souri ourl river rlni packers arc ar < > now organizing organizingto
to intervene Int < rvfn and oppose the th commission commissionVast commlsllonast commissionVast
Vast ast property prop < > rt interests are Involved Involvedof Inoledard involvednrd
ard the light will bc taken to thE court courtI courtof
of last resort A curious phase > Is that thatmost thatmORt thatmost
most of the th big packers have plants both bothIn bothIn bothin
In Chicago and at tin Missouri lIl < souri river riverpacking riverkl1 riverpacking
packing kl1 centers ctntf > ZS and are therefore > in ineffect InL inoffect
effect on both lOthiSideSOf sides of the th > question
not listen to any an plans of her mar marriage marringe marriage ¬
riage because be < ause of her youth youthOn JouthOn youthOn
On Sunday Sun < 1ay Franklin who owned a ahorse nhorse ahiorse
horse borrowed Jarboes buggy say sa saing
Ing he wanted anted to take a drive to Wash Washington Washington Vashington ¬
ington Yesterday Yesterda the owner of the ve vehicle vehicle yehicie ¬
hicle complained to the police that he hehad hehad hehad
had been euchered out of his fix and andasXed anda andaseed
asXed a ted that Franklin be apprehended apprehendedand apprehen apprehendedanti ed edand
and held on a charge of larceny Jarcen Later Laterhe Laterhe Laterhe
he informed the police that lie had re regained regained regained ¬
gained possession of the vehicle hlc1e it ithaxing IthaIng ithaving
having been left in front of Franklins FranklinsFourteenth FrnnklinsFourteenth FrankhinFourteenth
Fourteenth street home homeWore homeWore homeWore
Wore Red Dress DressIt DressIt j jIt
It is believed that Franklin and his hisfiancee hisfiancee hisfiancee
fiancee who Is a n charming girl and andwho andho andwho
who ho was clad In a bright red dress dres with withhat wlthhat withhat
hat to match at the time of her disap disappearance dlsappe3rnnco disappearanco ¬
pearance drove to his borne where here he heprocured h hprocured heprocured
procured a suit case filled with his and andher andher andher
her clothes and then made tracks tra < to the thePennsylvania thePe thePeflnsylvania
Pe Pennsylvania msrl nla
station where they pur purchased purchased
chased tickets to Boston
Thet Thetagent The agent a g ent at the station 8ttltU tatib > 1 says he sold sol
two tickets to a young man who seemed j
much muchexlted excited and was accompanied by
a girl gfrldressed dressed In red redwere redTb redTb
Tb Tbwere Dj rJt P ek4tS1
were for Boston The police in that city
have been be n requested to look out for the th
couple and prevent the marriage If pos po ¬
sible because of their youth outh
Engineers Will Go to Isth Isthmus Isthmus stli stlimus ¬
Ship Will Put to Sea at Night Nightin Nightin Nightin
in Order to Escape EscapeMosquito Escapeodosquito EscapeMosquito
Mosquito odosquitoMembers MosquitoMembers MosquitoMembers
Members of the Panama Canal Com Commission Commission Cornmission ¬
mission and the advisory adiHoI board of ofengineers ofengineers ofengineers
engineers will sail for the isthmus
September 28 on the steamship Ha Havana Hanna iIavana ¬
vana nna The commissioners
are en enroute enroute enroute
route to hold their regular quarterly
meeting and the advisory adlsor board is ismaking Ismaking ismaking
making its first trip In order ord < r to be become becomo become ¬
come acquainted with conditions on onthe onthe
the Isthmus before making recom recommendations recommendations recominendations ¬
mendations as to the type of canal to tobe tobe tobe
be built builtAn builtAn builtAn
An arrangement has been made where whereby whf whereby > r ¬
by h the th steamship Havana will be placed placedat i
at the th disposal 115 > 051 of the commissioners commissionersind commls lon < r rI
and tl d engineers enln engine > ers during the entire time of
their th lr stay atft at Panama It is said that
this arrangement lrranJerr > nt will extend > so tar as I
to enable the party to put JUt to sea on the
iinvann Havana at night In case mosquitoes be ¬
come troublesome There Is reason rf reuso > lI < on to
believe that the plan was specially ar ¬
ranged so as to protect prot > t the health of i
the foreign engineers who it I 1M not be ¬
lIved by b I tnitetl nlted States officials should shoulI
he exposed f > to the danger d3ngf > of
r yellow fe ten eve ve ¬
in In case < 38 > an epidemic > pld > mlc occurred while hl1e the
party were w n on the Isthmus
The escape e cap of Orlando H McKnlght McKnlghtthe McKnightthe
I the oxsoldier f > who was confined eon fined at St
Elizabeths Hospital Ho plt31 for or the Insane bel belcause IJ IJause le lecause >
cause of his alleged Insanity Insanlt abruptly
terminated the proceedings prof dlngs
to procure his release from the thl Insti ¬
tution tutionMclvnlght tutlonMcKnighit
Mclvnlght lcI nl ht by his counsel Charles Poe Poesome Poesome
some weeks ago go commenced cOU1m lIc d bubean bubeancorpus h hnbenscorpus bea beaeorJJm
corpus proceeding Jlroe > etIlng to secure his release
from the th n aN asylum yluin llIm The matter was to
have hu come eom uu u today before Chief Jus ¬
lice Olabaugh Clahn ugh for consideration Au aft ¬
davit of Dr nr Stack acting superintend superintendent Suerlnttor d det ¬
eat of St Elizabeths Hospital In n which
It was net out that McKnlght had es e eeapel ¬
caped from the Institution was sub ¬
mitted to the th < > court whereupon an order
was made mac1 dismissing the > petition for or
habeas corpus corpusAlthough corpusAltllQu
Although AltllQu h the date
of McICnlghts 1feKnl hts es os ¬
cape Is not stated by b Dr StaCk It Is re ¬
ported he left the asylum yesterday yesterdayROMAN yesterdayROMAN esterd esterdROMAN
ROME Sept S pt 20 2OFrlends Friends of Francesco FrancescoVltalanl FrancescoYJt31anl FrancescoYltalani
Vltalanl a l noted Roman painter who whohas whoh whohas
has h s been spending his vacation In the theAlps th thAlps theAlps
Alps say sa that he haD met met a fatal acci ace ¬
dent He has not been heard from for forseveral forseveral forseveral
several day days
Water Will Not Wash Out OutBloody OutBloody OutBloody
Bloody TraiL TraiLPOLICE TrailPQLlCE TrailPOLICE
V <
Have Cabled for His Hi Arrest ArrestCries Cries of ofMurder O ofIs1urder I
Murder 1 Jrdcr Off the Pelbam PelbamRoad PelhamRoad PelhantRoad
0 0OP
NEW EY YORK Sept S pt 20 20Joseph Joseph Gerard Gerardthe Gersrdthe
the supposed slayer sla yer bf pretty P rtt AugustaPfeiffer Augusta AugustaPfeiffer AugustaPfeIffer I
Pfeiffer who was as found dead under the theHaunted theHaunted be beHaunted
Haunted Oak oft Pelham road In the theBronx theBronx theBronx
Bronx Is on a schooner bound for a aport aport aport
port in nthe the West V fst Indies IndiesThis lndlesThis IndiesThis
This is the belief of the police today todayfrom todayfrom todayfrom
from a new clue obtained by central centraloffice centraloffice centraloffice
office detectives The missing man It Is 2sasserted Isl5serted Isasserted
asserted shipped as a sailor under unoI r an anassumed anassumed m massumed
assumed name nameTwo namcTwo nameTwo
Two new witnesses also were found foundtoday toundtMaj foundtoday
today who give the police valuable in inj information l lformation
j formation formationIn
In the search for Gerard detectives detectivesvisited detectivesvisited
visited Jslted all the shipyards and sailors
boarding houses In the city cit They The car carried ctlrrltda carrind ¬
rind rltda a photograph of Gerard At laat laatthey la t tthey
they found fun4to a shlpnlng shippIngpfflwliei h offlcii qJflC wtier t er 2the 2theTWMi tb tbpehtlb thman
> TWMi pehtlb > sraT < a n ern teisM teisMman ia i iman
man who whohnd had shipped shlpp > d for the West tst
India voyage o ageat at a time corresponding correspondingwith corrf8pon correspondingwith ln lnwith
with the disappearance < e of Gerard GerardThe GerardThe GerardThe
The detectives refuse to reveal the thename then thename
name n ame of the t h vessel e sel or 0 the port to which whichshe whichshe hlclt
she Is bound but a cable message re requesting reqUEsUng requesting ¬
questing the arrest of the man has been beensent beensent beensent I
sent to the port In question
Date of Death DeathThe DeathThe DeathThe
The police are now very YIstrongl strongly In Inclined Inclined indined ¬
clined to the belief that Gussie Pfeiffer Pfeifferdied Pfeifferdhxi Pfelferdied
died on Wednesday ednefda night This is 1 In Inface InCacc Inface
face of the original statement from the thecoroners thecoroners thecoroners
coroners office to the effect that the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl had not been dead more than twelve twelvehours twehchours twelvehours
hours when the body bod was found Satur Saturday Saturday Satrday ¬
day at n noon ron Coroner OGorman has hashedged hashecl hashedged
hedged hecl ed he thinks that the autopsy must musthave mustha musthare
have ha e been a L mistake mistakeBut mistakeRut mistakeBut I
But how the th body could have lain lainin lainundlscon lainundiscovered I
undlscon undiscovered > red for thrf three > e dn1 days at a point
in full view from Pelham Pelh3mroad road passes passesunderstanding paS3esunder passesunclertnnding
understanding under tandlng Small bits of evidence evidencepicked e evidencepicked jderce jdercepicked
picked up yesterday nearly near complete completethe completcthe completethe >
the case against the missing mlssln Josenh
Gerard There is no trace of him
This chain begins with the girl getting gettingoff Jettln Jettlnofr gettingoff
off a Throggs Neck car about a mile
frcm home hom < > at some time between S Sand and
S30 Wednesday nshl evening e < nlng
At 830 Joseph Gerard quite drunk drunkwas drunkwas drankwas
was sitting slttln In front of r Dillons barber barbershop barbershop barbershop
shop This Is on the Pelham road roadabout roadabout roadabout
about half war wa ibetween between the point pointwhere pointwhere pointwhere
where Mlp Miss Pfeiffer Pfelrt f left the car and andthe andth andthq
the th Pfeiffer home homeFollowing homeFollowing homeFollowing
Following Women WomenA Womeniit WomeniitA
A little before that time Oscar Stein Steinlgor Stelnler Steinger
gor er a stable table bey b had seen him follow following followInJ following ¬
ing InJ two women along the Pelham road roadStelnlger r03dStlnl roadStelniger
Stelnlger Stlnl er waited thinking that Gerard Gerardmight Gerurdml Gerardmight
might ml ht attack them But Gerard seem seemed seemed ecm ecmcd ¬
ed to think better of It returned to the
barber shon and sat down again againAt agalnAt againAt
At a quarter uarter to 9 Joseph J Gerard Gerardwho Gerar Gerarwho Gerardwho
who lives on the rond about 200 yards ards
from the thicket where the body bod was
found heard a womnn crying Mur 1ur ¬
der This Joseph Jos < ph J Gerard is not re related related related ¬
lated to Joseph Josf > ph Gerard the suspect It
Is 1 < Just a coincident eolncl t > nt of nair nama s To dis distinguish dl distinguish < ¬
tinguish him he Is kiown now on Pel Pelhnm Pelham PcIbarn
ham road as a < the good Mr fr Gerard GerardIt Gernrc1It GerardIt
It war Wa just a quartrr of 9 9a a church churchclock churchclo churchclock
clock clo k nearby narb was striking trlJdnt the th hour hourwlien honrwliln hourwhen
when Joseph J Gerard heard ht > ard this noise noisethree noisethree
three thr < > shouts of Murder in it a womans womansxotee womansolfp womansoIce
xotee olfp and then moans He Jumped out outof uutor outof
of bed and was going to take a a look lookbut lookbut
but Mrs Gerard stopped him
Same Old Thing ThingIts ThingIts ThingIts
Its nothing she said or the same sameold S3meold sameold
old thing thingThe thingThe thingThe
The woods along Pelhnm road rondo Mr MrGerard MrGerard r rGt
Gerard Gt > rnrd says have always been rough roughSuch roughSu11 roughSuch
Such sounds have hav been heenhe3rd heard when they theydidnt th thdldnt theydidnt
didnt mean ml < 1 anything serious He was wasnervous wa wanIous wasnervous
nervous however and didnt > ke k the themonns themoans themoans
moans Ho sat by his window and lis listened Ust hateneti ¬
tened t ne Presently Pres nt1 Frank Myer came camealong came3long camealong
along Gerard hailed him from the win window wln1ow window ¬
dow <
Did you eou hear anyone an ne crying mur murtk murde murtkr
tk tkr r he asked n5ltedtyr askedMyer nshteiMyor
Myer tyr had heard nothing nothln so Gerard Gerardwent GerardWfollt GerardVeut
went to bed bedGerard beeG le1Gerardthe
Gerard G Gerardthe rndthQ the suspect smpt > ct Gerard this time timewent timewnt timeivent
went home about midnight with his hisclothes hl5dothfs hiselothies
clothes nil bloody down In front and nd had hada
a bite on the little linger of his right righthand righthand righthand
hand He lI changed ehung his clothes cloth gave gavethem glflhm gaethin
them to Julia Mahon thon with with whom he hei h hlIy hehivetl
i lived lIy > d to be b washed and disappeared disappearedfrom disappnredIron d dfrom
from sight the he next morning morningThat mornln mornlnThat morningThat
That is a pretty prltt clear chain of cir circumstantial drcnm circumatantiul ¬
cumstantial cnm tunUal evidence ICvery Ever stel of it ithas Ithus ithiit
has hiit been verified vcnllt > d The question ytster yesterday ytsterda ytsterday ¬
day da as is the day da before lay Ja in the he con condition condition conditlon ¬
dition and position of the girls body od If Ifshe Itlihe Ifshe
she was W R murdered murdE > recl on Weuensday ensda even evenIng CtnIng evenbig
Ing she must must have been dead more than thuntwo thantwo thantwo
two and a half days du s when they found foundher COU1 COU1her foundher
her Saturday Snturla at utnoon utnoonThe noon noonThe noonThe
The autopsy nutoll w showed that she had ha been beendead beenflead beenttCaI
dead only onl twelve hours Despite some somehesitation sonichesitation
hesitation 11 > sltatlon now on the part of tho coro coroner coranero coroncr ¬
ncr nero there seems > to be overwhelming overwhelmingreason ocrwhelmlngrason overwhelmingreason
reason to 0 believe bf > lIee that this deduction deductionfrom d deductionron < dut > tlon tlonfrlJm
from ron the appearance app < > nrmcc exhibited by the thebody thebody thebody
body was 3S a sound one oneThen oneThen oneThen
Then again she lay in a spot easily easilyvisible easilyvisible asllyIslbl
visible Islbl < from the muchtraveled Pelham Pelhamroad Pelhamroad Peihamroad
road If she was there from Wednes Wednesday Wednesday Yednesda ¬
day da night why wh waD wa she not seen sooner soonerCoroner soonerCoroner soonerCoroner
Coroner OGorman hedged he lcd a good deal dealon dealon dealon
on the autopsy
hi4fP j g es qJiQn tign Not NoitorBe fLE an anEmbassy an anEmbassy anErnbassy
Embassy Says Sci Takahira TakahiraDeclares TakahiraQeclares TakahirciDeclares
Declares He Has No Word of Change in inWashington inWashingtonCalls inWashIngtonCalls
Washington WashingtonCalls Calls Disappointment Over OverPeace OverPeace OverPeace
Peace Treaty Not Unmixed Evil
I have not heard that the Japanese Japaneselegation Japaneselegation Japaneselegation
legation In Washington will be changed changedto
to an embassy said Mr Takahira Takahirathe Tak Takahirathe hl
the Japanese Japan se minister ntlnlst err this morning morningThe m morningThe rI1 t tThe
The newspapers have scattered ru rumors rumors rumorn ¬
mors that the representative of Japan JapanIs
Is to become b ecme an ambassador soon If Ifsuch Ifthey ifthey
they have trustworth trustworthy knowledge that thatsuch thatsuch
such a step Is contemplated they the know knowmore knowmore knowmore
more than I do doMinister doMlnlster doMinister
Minister Takahira diplomatically dlplomaticallyavolded diplomaticlllaolded diplomaticallyavoided
avoided an answer when asked asl ed whether whetherhis whetherhis whetherhis
his countrys present rank among the theJlrst theJIrst thetirat
Jlrst JIrst powers would fot ot t make such action actionon ncUonon actionon
on on the part of his government plausi plausible plauslN phausiidc ¬
ble N
Treaty Ratification RatificationWhen RatificationtVhen
When hen will the Portsmouth treaty trcat be beratified beratlfied berati1ied I
ratified the minister was asked askedAt askedAt askedAt
At an early Clrl date he replied r plled Mr MrYamuzu MrYamaxa Ir IrXamuza
Yamuzu who sails today on the Dakota Dakotafrom DakQtflfrom DakQtafrom
from Seattle S < attle in company with Jlr Ir r Den Denniaon Den Dennlwn Dennlsor
niaon and live other members of the theJapanese theJapapese theJapapese
Japapese party pnrt is carrying the official officialtreaty officialtrcnt officialtreaty
treaty trcnt to the Emperor It Is I possible possiblethat possJblethat possIblethat
that Mr r Ynmaza can m deliver it in about abouttwo abouttwo abouttwo
two weeks The time that is 3 to elapse elapseafter elapstatter elapseafter
after that taken In completing the for formalities rormalUI formalitles ¬
malities malUI s Iptwecn Itwee the two Interested gov governmr1 gO gOErnmr governmc
ernmr1 Ernmr 1 ls I to be counted countedThe = so soTho n nThe
The > treaty provides that within fiftjy fiftjydays fiftpdays flft flftilays
days from the date of signature ratllica ratllicatlons ratU1cutlon ratidcittIon
tlons tlon shall be exchanged by telegraph telegraphThis teIgraphThis telegraphThis
This exchange will be conducted by b the theAmerican tile tileAmerIcan theAmerican
American ambassador In St Petersburg
Spent Most of His Time in Recreation RecreationSaw RecreationSaw RecreationSaw
Saw Neither Czar Nor Rep Representatives Representativcs Representatives ¬
resentatives resentativcsNEW resentativesNEW i iNEW
NEW YORK Sept 0 OAfte After a five fiveweeks Iheweeks ilveweeks
weeks trip to Europe Charles M MSchwab 11Schwub MSchwab
Schwab returned yesterday stt > ra on the Kron Kronprlnz Kronprinz Kronprlnz
prlnz Wilhchn lheJm feeling considerably con l erubly In Indisposed indisposed Indisposed ¬
disposed Mr lr Schwab contracted a cold coldbefore cohlbefore coldbefore
before the steamer sailed sallctiMr saiIoofr sailedMr
Mr fr Schwab went at t once to the Hol Holland HlIU1d ITohland ¬
land House where lie met a ftw friends
In tnt m Interview Intenol he denied Hint the pur purpose Jturpo nurpose ¬
pose po of his European trp was to tlIiig tlIiigthe < 1f > MJSS MJSSthe nsstht
the building of a new navy for th the ii alUs alUssinn tCUssian s sslan
sinn government governmentI go rnment rnmentI
I visited Russia said sal Mr lr Schwab
but did not call upon the Czar or his hisrepresentatives hisreprt hisrehresentatives
representatives reprt entat1n I IUd not bring back backany bachany backany
any contracts for the building of a v yes yessL < s ssel ss
sel s 1 of any un kind for the > Russians Rus < lans or any nn nnother
other nation I spent most of my m time
In recreation recreationMr recreationIr recreationMr
Mr Ir Schwab rt denied > nlf nlpd > d that the > BejriJc BejriJcMast n nhem >
hem Ste Steel < > 1 Corporation had boughtfthe
Mast lln t furnaces and nd iron mines owned owh
by Joseph Wharton hnrtonln in Wharton h2rton at PmT
lIpsburg and anI Hibernia N J
He also denied a report that he con ¬
templated heading a syndicate s ndlcate of capl capltallsts c1pltallsts capItailsts
tallsts to brie into one concern eoncerntbe eoncerntbeproperties the theproperties theproperties
properties of the Goldfield district dIstrIctj districtI
who will notify > the Japanese
govern government governmeat ¬
ment of the Czars ratification and by b
1 I
the French minister If I Tokyo rok o who whowill whowill
will 111 notify ri U the he Russian Ru lan government of ofthe ofthe
the Mikados ratification ratificationTokyo ratIficationTo1yo ratificationTokyo
Tokyo Rioting RiotingThe RiotingThe RiotingThe
The riots the minister explained explainedwhen explainedwhll1 explainedwhen
when asked 3sk d about them have become becomepurely becomepureb becomepurely
purely local affairs now nl7 It is said saidthat saidthat ald aldthnt
that a movement Is current to aecom accomplish aecompll aecompush ¬
push pll h a revolution re > olutlon In Japan its object objectbeing objectbeing objectbeing
being to place the emperor In the posi position positIon positlon ¬
tion before the shcjjunate was abolish abolished abolished abolishcii ¬
ed about forty ort years ears ago But it is i iImprobable
Improbable The new generation ii iiJapan hJap3n In InJapan
Japan has proved itself tobe to be sensible sensibleand sensibleand enslbleand
and all the disturbances di turbances have been
caused by b those
classes which are never neversctsfi neversltI neversatisfied
sctsfi sltI satisfied fiI < Hl with anything
Sometimes smiled smll < d the minister a
little HtU dissatisfaction is good ood for everv ee every
body bod The dissatisfaction incident to
the peace treaty treat has served to not let
the people intoxicate themselves with withoy withO withoy
oy O nor to embark in ephemeral enter enterprises enterprises enterprises ¬
prises such as followed the close of ofour ofour ofour
our war with China ChinaTransfer Chln3Tr3nsfer ChinaTransfer
Transfer to London Denied DeniedMinister Deniedinlstcr DeniedMinister
Minister inlstcr Takahira denied that he hewould hewould hewould
would be transfered to London soon soonAll soonAll
All 11 these rumors are Inventions of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people who Oho think they the know kno but do donot donot donot
not suM he I have received no nointimation noIntlmntion nointimatIon
intimation whatever of any an such move movend
And nd the publication of those tho < e statements
is extremely extremel annoying to me m > 1 nm nmminister amminister lm lmminister
minister in Washington ashlnstonand and thats ail
Drastic Measures eas res Adopted in Proceed Proceedings PrcceecingsAgainst Proceedings ¬
ings ingsAgainst Against Alleged Illegal Medical MedicalPractice MedicalPractice MedicalPractice
Practice in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAs
As a final blow In the fight of the Post Postoflice POl Post0111cc > t totncc
oflice Department against alleged illegal illegalmedical megalme illegalmedical
medical me lcal practice 1n lit Philadelphia a asweeping asWtwplng asweeping
sweeping fictitious order was issued issueutoday i issuedtoday 1Ie 1Ieto
today to < 1n debarring dozens of individuals individualsand fuuivlduzalsand
and several sEvt > rl1 companies from the use useof useOf useof I
of the malls mallsThese mallsThese
These llcs debarred dem d arc Dr and Mrs Wal Wallace Wahlace ¬
lace FrencEf FrencIfRemedi renc jRemedy eme Company Mrs MrsDr MrsDr tr trDr
Dr Gordon Dr Dr Revere Dr J Henry HenryKing ncnI ncnIl IIenricing
King l ing Mrs Dr Davis Sire irs Butz Mrs MrsWilson MrsWhlon Irs IrsVll
Wilson Vll on Dr Garmo G rmo Company Dr Rober RoberDr RoberDr RoberDr
Dr Rogers and Dr and Mrs lrs Good and andS rndS andS
S Regan n 53n Atlantic tlantic CIty CtyAll Ct CtAll CItyAll
All are accused or vlolatln section section3SKJ ectlonsro
3SKJ sro of Sf th revised re18 > 1 statutes statut < > s Two have havelicenses haveUCf havelicenses
licenses UCf > nses for llngn hospitals hospi als Stei SteDw111 Stess Stesswill s swill >
will be taken tal en to have ha e these revoked revokedDepartment reotedDepartnEnt revokedDepartment
Department officials believe all su suoifllces suomfS suOffices
Offices In Philadelphia are now no closedT closedTlift closed
lift their advertisements excluded from fromtac frontthpapcrs
tac t10 thpapcrs papcrs pa1lersti
One Man Handled Large LargeSums LargeSums
Sums Without WithoutSecurity With WithoutSecurity ut utSecurity
Holds Himself HinlseIf Responsible Responsibleior
ior f or Every Cent He Dra Dramatically Dramatically Dramatically ¬
matically Declares DeclaresNEW
NEW YORK Sept 20 20Jolm 20JolmMcCall John A AMcCall AMcCall
McCall president of the New York YorkLife YorkLlt YorkLife
Life Llt was put on the rack by Chief ChiefInquisitor ChiefInquisitor ChiefInquisitor
Inquisitor Hughes of the insurance insuranceInvestigating InsuranceJnvestigating InsuranceInvestigaring
Investigating committee today todayExplanation tOdayExplanation todayExplanation
Explanation was persistently sought soughtof
of that now nowamcus famous and mysterious mstenous100OOO
100000 account of Judge Andrew AndrewHamilton AndrewHamilton AndrewHamilton
Hamilton the Albany counsel counselor for the thecompany thecompan theCompany
company The account Is now more moresingular moresingular moresingular
singular than ever everSir eyerllr everMr
Sir McCall declared that 57SOOOO 57SOOOOhad 780000 780000had 7S0000had
had been approprIated to buy b y prop property prop propert property ¬
erty ert through John Goldlng a a well wellknown wellknown weBknown
known real estate agent and kludge kludgeHamllcn fudge JudgeHami fudgeI
Hamllcn Hamilcn Hami I cn He endeavored to show showthat sbowthat showthat
that the 100000 account ac ount was Y S a a part partof Jlartof partof
of that thatWhere thatWhere thatWhere
Where is Judge Hamiltons account accountof accountor accountof
of that 150000 l00COOr llGO was wasdemanded wasdemandedIt demanded demandedIt
It was an r4 oral ra1 account a count made to 0 me meanswered m manSwered meaziEwered
answered Mr II McCalL McCalLDoes McCallDoes McCallDoes
Does Net Know KnowDo KnowDo KnowDo
Do you know whether he still has hasthat hasthat hasthat
that nOOOOJpaid 103003 paid in two checks on onMarch onMarch onMarch
March 19 1904 Z asked Mr ur Hughes HughesI ltugh s sI
ul I do not admitted Mr McCall McCallHe McCanHe McCallHe
He half haIrose rose and holding up his right righthand righthund righthand
hand exclaimed dramatically dramatlcallyiI
I hold myself personally rson llyresponsible llyresponsiblefot responsible responsiblefor
for every cent taken from the 2Tew 2TewTork ew ewYork ewYork
York Life LifeIt UreIt LifeIt
It was also brought out that 73000 73000had i 7500had o oh3d
had been advanced to o Judge Hamilton in inlW3
1503 1503That
That was to take up a a mortgage mortgagesaid mortgagesaid mortgagesaid
said Mr lrl1cCalL McCalL The money Is not notI notet notyet
I yet et expended epertdedbecause because the property Propert1is Propert1isstill Is Isstill isstill
still inforeclosure Infore losure
Had n Big Sums SumsThus SumsIhU Sumsrbus
Thus IhU Judge hamilton Tvaso Wsoicially cially de declared deLUedt dedared ¬
dared LUedt to J1a JiaeJiat1 have ehul JiaA aripugj aroue3tfl1S aroue3tfl1Saruountlng l 1b sr at sunis sunisamounting UJ1S UJ1SnrnCunUntr
amounting to S1 160 00 OOQ < Q inJiis IrrhIsposSes21ofl IrrhIsposSes21oflfor ppjsesaion ppjsesaionfor ston stonf91
for f91 many rnan nan1 months m riihSig giving In no nos security i fitt and andyielding andyielding 1d 1dIeldlngrio
yielding yielding Ieldlngrio no written account accountthoerefor accountthoereforThemone therefor thereforThe thereforThe
The Themone money was charged char d to legal ex expenses expenses oxpenses ¬
penses but not so itemized to the theState the5late thestate
State insurance Insurance department departmentMr
Mr Hughes insisted Ins ted on a frank rat k and andcandid andcandid andcandid
candid statement about the 100000 100000checks 100000ch 100000checks
checks checksMr ch checksMr cks cksMr
Mr McCalls face purpled purpledI
I have tried to the best of my myabllitv mYability myability
ability he declared declaredBut decJarednBut declaredBut
nBut But not to my satisfaction retort retorted retorted retorted ¬
ed Mr Ir Hughes HughesAs HuShesAs HughesAs
As easily easn as if 11 he were describing describingtransactions descrlbIngtransactions describingtransactions
transactions with his own o bank ac account account ¬
count Instead of the 0 money of policy policyholders policyholders policyholders
holders Mr McCall 1 Call admitted that it is ishis ishis ishis
his practice to t draw drawcnacks cnacks on the theNew theNew theNew
New York Life tunas uncts on executive ac account account account ¬
count without authority of anybody anybodyelse anj9oodyels anybodyelse
else els Often Of en the amounts are as large largeas largeas largeas
as 25000 25000I 5rotI
I am am the th sole judge was Mr MrUc MrUccalls Mc Mccalls Mccalls
calls laconic statement statementDistrict statementDistrict tatementDistrict
District Attorney Jerome was present presentto
to see what he could see and hear hearwhat hearwhat hearwhat
what he could hear hearRoosevelt hearRoosevelt bearRoosevelt
Roosevelt Hay Act ActIt ActIt ActIt
It was said before the meeting began beganthat beganthat beganthat
that President Roosevelt Roo eelt stirred by the therevelations thereel3tions therevelations
revelations concerning the three thre po political pol1tl political ¬
litical l1tl 1 blackmail gifts to the Republi Republican Republican Republican ¬
can party part Is behind a demand that the the5C1 theIiThOcC
IiThOcC 150000 5C1 contributed for his election be re returned returned returned ¬
turned to the New Nt York Life within withinfortvelght withlnfortyelght withinfortyeight
fortvelght hours hoursMr hoursMr
Mr 11 Perkins today refused to discuss discussthis dl discussthis > cuss cussthis
this report In fact he had nothing to tosay tosa tosay
say sa before the meeting opened Per Perkins Perkins Perkins ¬
kins was apparently in a cheerful mood mooddespite mooddespite mooddespite
despite rumors circulated during the themorning themorning themorning
morning to the effect that he will 111 part partcompany partompa1 partcompany
company ompa1 with J J P Morgan Co as aswell aswell aswell
well as from the vice presidency of the theNew lh lhew theNew
New ew York Life because of his startling startlingrevelations startlingreYeJaUom startlingrevelations
revelations before the th committee committeeMorgan committeeUorgan committeeMorgan
Morgan it Is said objected vigorously vigorouslyto igorouslyto
to the testimony test1mon given hen by b Perkins as tS to tothe toI tothe
I the bond investment transactions be between between between ¬
tween the New York Life William Imam S SFanshaw SFansha SFanshaiv
Fanshaw and J P Morgan 1 > Co CoIt Colt CoIt
It was with these highly I1IShl sensational sensationalconditions 8ensatlonalconditions sensationalconditions
conditions prevailing that the committee committeemet commJtteamct committeemet
met today tOd3
Paul Morton Morton Reveals Big BigEquitable BigEquitable BigEquitableDiscrepancies
Equitable EquitableDiscrepancies EquitableDiscrepanciesNEW Discrepancies DiscrepanciesNEW
NEW YORK Sept 20 2OReyelatlons Revelations so soastounding soatoundlng soastounding
astounding that they the staggered even the thamost thom themost
most m < > st unscrupulous experts in the art of ofhigh othigh ofbight
high finance In Wall Street are made by byPaul byPaul byPaul
Paul Morton president of the EquitableLlfc EquitableLife Equitable EquitableLife
Life Assurance Society Soctet in a statement statementissued statementIssued statementissued
issued to the directors In which he heshowed heshowed heshowed
showed that the policy pollc holders of the thesociety thesoclt thesociety
society soclt had been fleeced fieece out of 71525190 SilS2t9Jb S7IS26L93by 71525190by
by b a deal deal in worthless and partly part1 worth worthless worthless worrnless ¬
less securities originally taken by the thaWestern theestern theWestern
Western estern National Bank on collateral collateralloans collateralloans collateralloans
loans made by b the bank to John Jo1nYoun W WYounjr WYoung
Young Youn of Shipbuilding trust notoriety notorietyrthe notorietyth notorietythe
the th Kentucky Kentuck Mineral and Timber Com Company Compan Cornpany ¬
pany pan and the Amity Amlt Land and Irriga Irrigation IrrIgation Irrigation ¬
tion Company ompany of Colorado ColoradoThis CoJorado1hls ColoradoThis
This deal was wt engineered engfnet > red and guaran guaranteed guarante guaranteed ¬
teed te < by b Henry HenI B Hyde founder of of the thesocliuy thesocht thesocitity
socliuy socht socitity Marccllus Hartley Hartle one of its itsmillionaire Itsmillionaire Itsmillionaire
millionaire directors John K l Searles Searlesformer SearJ Searlesformer < > s sformer
former Sugar King Gen Louis Fitz Fitzgerald Fltzglrll Fitzgerald ¬
gerald Hydes president of the Mer Mercantile Merennuihe ftr ftrcantlie ¬
cantile Trust Company and W WColer Yo YoColer X XColer
Coler Jr JrThe JrThe r rThe
The deal eal was due < to the refusal of a anational anatlontl anational
national bank examiner to permit the thesecurities thosecurities thesecurities
securities to remain on the books of the theWestern theestenl theWestern
Western estenl National atlonal Bank as assets ns < ets and andwas andwas andwas
was based on a note for 661491 made madeby madeb3 madeby
by b3 > George V Turner secretary secreta to Gen General Gencral Gencml ¬
eral Fitzgerald guaranteed by the men menmentioned menm incamentioned
mentioned m ntlond above anti accepted by b the theercantne
Mercantile ercantne Trust Company CompanySince CompanSlnc CompanySince
Since Slnc November 16 194 J this socalled
Turner loan has been in existence
but seemingly it never has been discov discovered dlscovcred discoyered ¬
ered by b State Superintendent Superlntendentot of Bank Banks

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