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THE WASHINGTON WASfll T G7O1Y TIMES FRIDAY UUTUEEE UUTU ER 20 0 19 I90
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STEW hw YORK Oct 20 2 20Thetwo Thelw6 Thetw6j youhi youhiso 3 ouri lif lifsops 6 6sods
so sops s of Mrs Alverctta A1eret Scheldt Scheil t George Georgesixteen Georgesl GeorgeslAteen
sixteen sl tecn years elrs old and William thirteen thirteenyears thirteencars thirteenyears
years cars old were playing their mandolins mandolinsin
in the parlor of their home In n Wil Willtainsburg Vll VllJlrtmsburgr u 11 11Jlrdnsburg i
Jlrtmsburgr last evening while she was waspreparing VaSprgpar1n waspreparing
preparing dinner d nner in the kitchen kitchenJohn kitchenJohn kitchenJohn
John Dewlck a retired cabinetmaker cabinetmakervrSo cablne cabinetmakerwlio ninker f fwho
who ban boarded with the family famll since sincethe sln sincethe e eth
the th death deathot of the father George Scheldt Scheldta i ia j i ia
a policeman two years ago a o entered and andsaluted nnd5a1uted andsaluted
saluted the boys cheerfully cMcrull JJe if sat satdcwvn satvn satdown
down vn and listened to their music for a afew aoW afew
few < oW minutes mlnuteshnd and then walked into IntoJh IntoJhkIch intoahekitchen the thekitchen
kitchen kIch n ana nn4 ant thcy th thcyheard j Ji heard tglin hfin talking t lktpk to toti toj tojth tolr
th lr mother other ilft II I1 scracked crackofi cr lc oo 4 j n < joke joJte and andlaujjhod andlauhod andlaughed
laughed uproariously uproariously but IrsIScheldt MrsScheiddid ilrst IrsIScheldttq Scheldt Scheldtdie
die tq not laugh In laughYcur uh uhYcurLast 1 1Ycur
Ycur YcurLast Last Laugh LaughVjlavc LaughJIac Laughslavc
Vjlavc lavc you ou hail your y ur last laugh laughAl laughAlYlr Al a1vcretta Alverettn
verettn Ylr Ul11 he cried laughing again The Themother The1lo Themother
mother 1lo hcr dId not reply rcpl and the boys boysIroning boSl boys1Rening
Ironing l tnlng stopped stopped playing playingThsy playingh playingThey
They h heard Dewlck talking to her and andtnTbr an antni d
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tni tnTbr tn knew he was again urging urgln her to t tmLrr o j jmirry I Im
mirry m mLrr IT him for he was continually pro protesting protdUng protesting
testing testing his love fcr her herHave herHayc herHave
Have Have you ou had hadJour your our last laugh he hecried hecrf h hcried e
cried cried crf d again Again she sh did not replyId reply replyDoivlck rep1yDcilck
Doivlck Id vick said something else lso the boys boyscould b boy boycould ys yscO s
cO could could 1d not catch and they the heard heardt their theirmfftlier tiei tieim6tlier el r i imother
mother reply with tUh an angry an T cxclama cxclamatlch Cxcloma Cxclomatct < Cclam CclamtI11e
tct tlch tI11e The TJOJS b bos h rhcycfl toward t w r theldtch theldtcheat the t1 kltch kltchcn ktchen
cn eat > < door They peeped pee cd inxlewick In Iniewlck inDcwlck
iewlck Dcwlck had his left arm about thei theint their theirmothers theirI112h r
nt mothers I112h thers rs waist She was struggling to torC t tfree to tofree o
free rC herself and he was grinning at her heranB herann he heanll r
ann holding her h r tight against him Whit Whitwith White Whitewith Whitewith e
with rage the two boys sprang into the thekitchen th thkitchen 1hl 1hlkitchen b
kitchen Dewlck heard them and halt halttufjaed haIttUf ha t ttuirned L
tufjaed tUf cd his he head d They The stood still a momerit mo moment mon ¬
merit n rt and In that moment moment Dewlck dr dra drew drewa ew
a revolver from his pocket and with withhis1 withhf withht5
his1 hf right hand placed It against th tnapf thenpQ b
enpQ earn apf ot their mother who was wnSpInIOn wnSpInIOnso pinioned pinionedso pinlon pinlonso ed edAs
so she could not moveFired move fi fiPirea J JF
Pirea F Fired r a and and Fell Fel1The FellThe 1 1The
The boys bo s again again sprang sprnn forwardth forward orwL orwLth As Asthfry
thfry th y did so the old man fired Their Theirmother T Their Theirmother e emother
mother fell to the floor The boys boyssprang bossPtang boys boyssprang
sprang on the old man He threw thee theeback them themback themb m
back b ck against the wall and as the thesprang they theysprang thcy thcys Y
sprang s ngat at him again he fired a ashot shot a athen at attliera atthepl t
then This stopped them He put the therevolver therev9herto th e e erevolver I
revolver rev9herto to his own head fired and fell fellThe feliThe fellThe
The boys dashed from the houseser house housescreaming housescr
screaming ser amlng They called a doctor in n the theneighborhood then th thnt1 e
neighborhood n nt1 hborhoo a few houses ho ses away aWa by byh but buthcuref butheietused t I
hcuref h heietused efused used to go g go with them tl em telling telllngthem telllngthemtq teliingthethto them themto
to tq call the police and an ambulance ambulanceQjjer ambulanceOvpr ambulanco
Qjjer o r his telephone the boys called poilea po police pol1c ¬ E Ewh
lice l1c headQunrl headquartersand headquarters rs and got connection connectionTvJh connectionwJh
TvJh wh the Bushwlck Bushwick Hospital HosDltalWoman Hospital4J Hospital HospitalWoman
4J Woman Dies in Hospital Hospitalvpr HcspitaIJr Hcspitalpr
pr Jr Dunton D tint nion on hurried over in an a 1l fljnbu fljnbulasce Jiq u uIqce
lasce Ice He found thS tqliP tb 5UT5pagmtp5aker 5UT5pagmtp5akerlffed d Ka ti l1t tA I er erd e E
deed < d lffed d Mrs Scheldt wssstill was still s till breathingand breathing breathingand breathInga
and a she was hurried hurried to the hospital hospitalbu hospitalbii
bt4 bu bii the efforts of the doctor to revive revivehej revIvehe reviveheat
heat hej he on the th way were ih vain aln and noddloo sh shdied chs chsdied =
died fifteen minutes after being carried carriedin ca carriedin rrled I
in > p > the hospital hospitalBewick hospitalDewlck hospitalDewlck
Dewlck was was flftyfour years old ol He Heretired H Hretired
retired retired from business five years yearsago yearsagout ag agafter ago agoafter 1
after ut r having made a little Ut le fortune fortune He Hew Hew H I
ws w s an olfriend old friend of otGe6rge George Scheldt Scheldtth Scheidtli 1 1I
th t policeman Scheidt was aa attached attachedto attacheto d
to the Ralph avenue station when he h e I I
died two years ago He owned his home homeand homeand homeand
and left it to his wife Dewlck asked aske d
tljkt he might be b allowed to Join th the e I
family as a boarder and the widow widowgrieving WIdowIfIJevlng widowrieving
grieving for her husband was glad to > 1 >
haye his old friend as a a companion and an d L
head of the house housey houseOrdered > I IOrdered
y Ordered Him Away AwayHe AwayHe J JHe
He He had not been there long the boys boyseay boysBay boy boysay s
Bay eay when he began to bother their theirmother theirmcit11crpre thehmother sr r
mother mcit11crpre pressing slng her to marry him She Shehap Shehnp Sh Shba e
ba hap persistently refused and one time timeordered timeordered tim timordered e
ordered him hh away from the house bu but but1e et t t
let 1e let him come back when he promised promisednot promisednot promisenot d I
not to disturb her herThe herTha herThe
The boys bo s tell of strange actions of o f
his recently recentl and believe he went insanover insane insaneover Insaneonr e
over futile love for their mother motherI motherSTEAM motherSTEAM
I STEAM YACHT BURNED BURNED1EW BURNED5EW
1EW 2 EW LONDON ConnM Conn Octv Oet0 2O O = = Thc rThosteam Thcsteam Th Thsteam o
steam yacht Nautilus owned by b G GS B Bllndtttnan
S llndtttnan altrmap of Bethlehem Pa a sumnjer sum summer sumner ¬
mer njer resident at Fishers Flsh rs rs ° Island Island was wasburned wasblirned w s Sburned
burned yesterday The yacht use usenaphtha used usednaphtha usednaphtha d 1
naphtha for fuel and it ia surmised that thatan thatan tha thaan t
an explosion of the oil caused the tire tireTtfe 11reTJe lireThe
The yacht Is said to have cost E20 E20She 20000 20000She 20000S1 000 >
She S1 was built in 1S99 at Brooklyn Brookl n w wsixtyfour was wassixtyfour wSalctyfour s s J
sixtyfour feet long and 104 feet deepMAYOR deep deepj deep1rIAYOR
j MAYOR RENOMIHATED RENOMIHATEDNEWPORT RENOM1IiATEDXEWPORT RENOMINATEDNEWPORT
NEWPORT Oct 20 20Mayor Mayor PatricJ Patrick PatrickJJBoyle k i t
3 JJBoyle mole was renominated by b the Demo Democratic Democr Democratic ¬
cratic cr cratic Uc city convention
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rls Served Seived rve Time as a Hotel Beat BeatBavarian BeatBavarianCount Bavarian BavarianCount avarianiCount
Count Arrested for Fraud Wins WinsFreedom WinsFreedom I
Freedom Today
ATLANTIC ATLA TIC CITY N J Oct 20 2Con 2Confined Con V Vfined 1 1iflned
iflned fined In the county C unty Jail for nearly two twomonths
months m mths compelled to associate with withfelons I c
felons and eat prison fare Count Hugo HugoBarth a aBarth
Barth related t6 the royal families of efGermany ofGermany otL
Germany ermC 1Y and Bavaria and son and and heir heuof he het >
of t a a multimillionaire manufacturerrhaa manufacturerrhaaJ manuractur manufacturerhhsbeen rhWl rhWlJ
6 Seen been ri found to be entirely Innocent Innoc tit of Ofthe c cthe Cthe
the charge of fraud f fThat fThat
That such a thing could happen in anAmerican an r rAmerican J JAmerican
American community communl seems s ems Incredible v vand p pand
and the case will probably sound the t tdeath tt
death knell of the hotel h fcl beat law of ofNew c cNew CI
New Jersey Terse under which Count Barth Barthwas d dwas
was arrested City and county count officials officialslament offcialalament t
lament the occurrence and are falling fallingover fallingover
over themselves to right the wrong wrongreedo a aFreedom
Freedom reedo Today TodayAs TodayAs I IA5
As fast as 1S possible 1 > osalble the official rod tape tapethat taJethat tapethat
that bound his cell door has been un V Vwound h hwoutiti
wound woutiti and the unfortunate untortunateprlsoner untortunateprlsonerre prisoner + t
ire ireTho freed re 3 3Tho
reTho Tho Count < 5ount unl came to Atlantic City early earlyn < arly r rin 1 1s
in n Atfpust Atf ust and registered at the Hotel HotelRudolf t
Rudolf An n unfortunate matrimonial matrimonialt
mesalliance had caused his father tathfrto to tosend t0send 1 1lend
send him for a trip around the world J JThe 1I
The young oungcount count had been receiving recelv1ngfre frer frers 1 1J
quent remittances from Europe Euro Sud Suddenly t tdenly Cdenl
denly denl these ceased cease and by the latter latterpart latt latterart r rpart
part art of August he owed a board bill of ofOO i
froo frooFrantically 1 OO 0 0
OOFranticall Frantically Franticall the young nobleman vis visited Is Ist t ti
Itea ltedthelocaltelegrnph the local telegraph offices 4 but > t when whenno J Jno
no remittances came tho hotel manage manngement management t tment
ment cabled to his father No answer i
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was wasrecelx received Finally Barth was arrested ar arrested arrested ¬
rested for an attempt to defraud and
having no way to prove his story was wascast wascast wa wacast
cast as a common felon Into Jail to toawait toa t tawait 0 I
await walt trial trialj trialLetter trialLetter
j f Better Letter From Germany GermanyYesterday GermanyTesteroa GermanyYesterday
Testeroa Yesterday a letter came from Herr J JGoldberg JG JGoldberg
Goldberg G labcrg manager of the large manu manufacturing manufacturlng manuacturing ¬
facturing establishment In Bralla Ger Germany Germany ¬ f
many owned by the counts father It Itwas Itwas I Ias
was w as dated October 2 and was an answer answerto answerto answeto r
to a cablegram sent to his father by b bCount
Count Barth after his Incarceration incarcerationraft A Adraft Admrt
draft raft for EliiO 150 I O had been forwarded to tothe tothe t tthe o
the count In America early In August Augustand Augustand Augustmother
and another for 200 wsia w J now nn on its itsway Itsway i iway is isas I
way His father the letter said was w as I
traveling hence tho delayed elaed answer
The count wrote to Mayor Stoy Bto wh who o
Investigated and found every claim mad made
by the count to be true The draft had its l
been forwarded by b the banking house hOU8 of 0 f
Marmorsch Blank S Co Bralla Ger Germany Germnny Germany ¬
many to Barth at Atlantic City CIt
through a Nevr otv York banking houso
Tho remittance was lying in n thft th local l
bank when the count was arrested for
Ignorant of American Institutions he h e
had Inquired only at the telegraph telegraphoffices telegraphomces h l
offices OtfieCSBaltimore omcesBaltimore officesBaltimore
Baltimore and Return 125 Baltimore Baltimoreand BaItimoreand BaItimorand e
and Ohio R R Every Saturday and andexcept an I l
Sunday All trains both wa ways s both d days s
except Royal Limited Hourly Service1 Service1week Service Serlcewel Serviceweek i 1
week days
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t T T Consumed in 1904 1904More 1994 19041More i j I IMore
More than th n threefifths of this amount used in the thehomes thehomes thehomes
homes This fact marks the decline of strong strongalcoholic strongalcoholic I I IalcohQIie
alcoholic drinksiand drinks and is is the greatest grea est step in in the thee theAnheuserBusch thedirection I i
dir direction ction of true temperance temperanceAnheuserBusch e I
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VISITOR BLEW OUT GAS GASAND GASAND GASAND
AND IS BARELY SAVE SAVED SAVEDMrs D
Mrs Julius Scott colored of WelshW WelshTv Welsh WelshW
W W Va U blew out the gas at the home homeof homeot hem hemof e
of Mrs Eva E a Heath 79 P P8tr street t north northwest northwest northWest ¬
west last night and at 645 oclock o c1ock thl thlmorning this thismorning thIsmornln s
morning mornln was found by Mrs Heath In Ina Ina i ia n 1
a serious condition condition Police of the Sec Second Becfond Secanti
fond anti precinct hurried the unconsplous unconsplouswoman unconsplouswoman unconspiouwoman s
woman to the Homeopathic Hospital
The physicians used artificial resplratioand respiration respirationand rCplratlonarid 1
and other oth < r heroic measures and at noon noonsaid nOO noonsaid l lsaid
said sh s would In all likelihood recoverSERVICE recover recoverSERVICE
1
SERVICE CLERK ARRESTED ARRESTEDCLEVELAND ARRESTEDCLEVELAIIJ ARRESTEDCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND Oct 20John 20 John J T Kel Kelly Kelly KeIly ¬
ly clerk of markets In n the department departmentof t
of public service was arrested this af afternoon afternoOn ofternoon ¬
ternoon on the charge of embezzling 1 1I
700 of otthe the citys money mone
STERN STERNBURG BURG SURE SUREI 1 1TO I ISTERNBURG
TO REMAIN RERE HEREI HEREIOfficial I IOfficial
Official Denial of His Leav Leaving Leaving Leanaslunaton ¬
ing lug Washington WashingtonTWO tip tipTWO VashingfonTWO aslunaton
TWO BIG TASKS ON HANDS HANDSWill
Will Settle SettIeTa Tariff iffWar War and lWin Win Popu Popular PopuI Populaz ¬
lar 1 Favor F vor for fo Kaiser KaiserEar KaiserEarTrouble KaiserEarTrouble Ear EarTrouble
Trouble Checked
BERLIN Oct 19Th 19 The The German Germanfor GermanforI forelgn for foreign
elgn office denies reports to the effect effectthat Cf tect tecti
that Baron Speck con von on Sternburg will willnot wIUnotreturn willnot
not notreturn return to Washington as as Germanys Germanysambassador Ge mnns mnnsambassador rnnnys
ambassador on account of the disease diseasewhich diseasewhhh
which has affected ha h hscar hscarThe carThe car carThe
The statement made at the foreign foreignoffice foreignoffice foreignoffice
office is that he win shortly resume resuruahis resumehis eSWJ eSWJhIs
his 1 1t 1I 1I 1i duties and ndw11l will continue the negotia negotiations negotltions negotlstfons > ¬
tions t affecting the commercial relations relationsof relationsof
of of Germany and the United States StatesDisease BtatesDisease StatesDisease
Disease No WorseHis Worse WorseHis WorselIls
His disease Is nq nQvorsc r worse arse There Is no noprospect noprospect
tprospect prospect of his hsQultUng quitting the post which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he has filled with great success successWhen successWhen successWhen
When Baron von Sternburg goes goes Oes to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington he will curry cUrTJ full ull instruclions instruc instructions instructions ¬
tions 1 Irom rem the the Kaiser as to Germanys Germanysdesires GermanysI Germanysdesires
desires in n the matter matterot of of a a new commer commercial commert commerclal ¬
clal treaty treat y and will be be fully tul1 informed informedas
as io to what concessions In the matter matterof matterOf matterof
of tariff Germany la willing to ma matte matteSails e eSails I
Sails Tuesday TuesdayHe
He was in conference con cone rence with the Kaiser i ifor
for several hours hour yesterday and Is to tosee tos tosee
see s e him again on on Friday Frlda He He will wlllleae leave
Berlin for America oh Tuesday i iThere
There Is s good authority authorIt tor the state statement statement statement ¬
ment that the matter of a commercialtreaty commercial commercIaltreaty j
treaty was was by b no means the only topic topl topldl6cussed topicdiscussed I Idiscussed
discussed between von von5ternburg Sternburg and andthe andthe
the the Kaiser His majesty is extremelyanxiousfor extremely extremelyanxious eCtremel eCtremelanxious
anxious anxiousfor lor the thedevelopnent development of orn a a more morefriendly mor morfrlendlyf morefriendly
friendly frlendlyf feeling lIng toward Germany on onthe onthe onthe
the part art of the American peopleI people peopleKaiser peopeKaiser
Kaiser Anxious AnxiousJ
No man In Europe Europe keeps more closely closelyI closelyinformed c cj
informed Into rmed on the trend of public opln oplnjion opinion I IIon
jion Ion In the United States He is fullyconvinced fully fullyt fullyconvinced t tconvinced
convinced that hat it is necessary nectSsar both conv convmerclally com commcrClally cornrnerclally
merclally and politically and will rev revdound re redound reodound ¬
dound to Germanys Gcrman s advantage Uthe Uthepopular If thepopular the thepopular
popular mind of America Amerlcncan can be disa dlsaDuscd disabused
bused of the Idea that Germany German has hasi hasa hasa
a notion notion of challenging the Monroe doc doctrine doctrlnL doctrine ¬
trine trineTo trineTo
To Baron von Sternburg Sternbu Sternburgis g is islntrus intrusted intrustedthe intrusted intrustedthe d dthe
the task of convincing conYlncln not the Amer American AncrleanGovernment Amcrlcan ¬
leanGovernment ican Government which vhlcf11s Is already conclnced con convinced conI ¬
vinced In ed but the American people thatGermany that thatGermany thatI
Germany ha h has a no ulterior desgns in n Ccn Central Ccntral 8 8tral
tral or South America AmerIcaJANITOR AmericaJANITOII fi fiMOR
JANITOR IS I 8 ARRESTED HESTEDfOR ARRESTEDJ ARBESTEDfOll
fOR TELLING TELU SeM SeMNEW SCANDAL SCANDAL2o
NEW 2o W YORK Oct 33 2For For alleging allegingthat allegingthat allegingthat
that Malcolm Littlejohn nephew nephewot nephewotBishop of ofBishop ofBishop
Bishop Llttlejohn and another man manwhose manwhose man manwhose
whose name he withholds In company companywith companywith companywith
with two wellknown Flushing I L L Lsociety Lsociety I
society girls spent the night In the club clubhouse clubhouse clubhouse
house of the Flushing Country Club ClubFoster Clu CluF
Foster F terManard Maynard and John Hartley bothat both bothof bothof
of Flushing are under arrest charged chargedwith chargedwith
with attempted blackmail blackmailMaynard bl lckmalJ
Maynard who was In charge of the theclubs theclubs theclubs
clubs golf links said he saw Llttlejohn Llttlejohnhis Llttl john johns
his companion and the two girls enter enterthe enterthe enterthe
the building They remained there the thenight thenight
night he says saysFlushing sassFlushing las
Flushing expects a scandal Mnnnrdsas Maynardsays Maynard Maynardsays
says the two girls are high In society societythat societytbat societythat
that one had made her debut shortly before be before betore ¬
fore the Incident and her sister had hadmarried hadmarried hadmarried
married an English lordtllaynard lord lordMaynard 1ordt
tllaynard Maynard and Hurtle Hartley It is allegedasked alleged allegedapkcd alJegeduflkM
asked Littlejohn for b3G0 300 OO for their in information inrormatlon In Information ¬
formation but instead were arrested on onthe onthe onthe
the blackmail charge
IMARCUS MARCUS MAYE MAYEADVISES MAYER
ADVISES THE USE OF OFDOAN
DOAN AMKIDNEY SKIDNEY SKIDNEYI PILLS PILLSMarcus
Marcus R Mayer Mayerthe the man who has hasgiven hagghen
given American theatergoers some oftheir of oftheir ortheir
their greatest treats who brought to theUnited the theUnited thel
United States and managed the Ameri American Americnn Amercan ¬
can tours of Signor Salvlnl Mme Patti PattlOlga PattiIga
digs Iga Nethersole Eleanora Duse Mary MaryAnderson GlaryAnderson Iary IaryAnderson
Anderson M Coquelln COQueUnnndother and other fa tal famoos famous ¬
mous foreign actors singers and mu musicians muslclans musicians ¬
sicians writes us the following letter letterrecommending lelterrecommending
r recommending Doans Kldne Kidney Pills PillsFoatcrMilburn Pillsl
FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N YGentlemen Y YGentlemen YGentlemen
Gentlemen I wish as many sufferingmen suffering sufferingmen sufferingmen
men and women as I can reach through throughyou throughyou
you to know the excellence of Doans DoansKidney
Kidney Pills I was greatly grcatl benefited benefitedby wm
by tho use of the remedy remed and wouldstate would wouldatate wouldstate iKW f r t < wav iK > ta
state that I have known several persons personsto 5 i J Wf S Sto yl j3 j3KIDNEY
to have been cured by b the same agency apencywho alenc alencwho t twho
who had kidney trouble so badly that thattheir thattheir thatthc1r mm mmf
their complexion was pale and waxllkej waxllke waxlikeIln
Iln in appearance ap > earnnc who were agonized with withpain withplln F r r ° Y yY 1 J
pain In the back the head and across acrossthe acosI p pthe
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matism and much urinary u1mu urin ry trouble 1 1am 1nm i x xam
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made In n every section of this city clt and Irregular 1 could cocl never tell when 1 1I Imany 1 1many
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us their testimony testlmon but it ached just as often at a nigh nichtThe nlh nighThe
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