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s Fair and Warmer Mondav Tonight Tonightand ight Qhe a hinllton Qritnc Sunday un EDITION EDITIONs EDITIONNiJMBEIt T Evening EveningEDITION EveningEDITION in inNUMBER t tBB
NUMBER BB 6350 WASHINGTON SUNDAY EVENING MAY 23 1909 I 11icE BIOE ONE CENT CENTMen ENTz
1 I z Men Accused of Making Millions for the Sugar Trust by the Use of Corset Cors I II t Steels
JOHN COYLE THE LEADER OF THE THEROLYPOLY ROLYPOLY ROLY POLY SIX SIXJ11ZA
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OLIVER SPITZER ON THE LEFT AND THOMAS KEHOE
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These are the first photographs published of the men Who stand accused of haTing perpetrated perpetratedthe
the gigantic smuggling frauds in New York city for the benefit of the Sugar trust Thcr wore se secured sernred ¬
cured by Allen D Albert jr Jra of The Times staff through the clever use of of two photographers One Oneof Onoo OneoI
of o these was concealed near the doorway of the postoffiee building The other acting according to MrAlberts Mr MrAlberts
0 Alberts instructions appeared In the street and pretended to be taking photographs of Mr Albert as asho nshe ashe
he emerged from the building JU i1 dIng He in turn fei feigned ned indignation and voiced his makcbclicTO protest protestso
c so rigorously as to attract the attention of all the passprsby passprsbyThis passrrs assNSbyThis by
9 This little byplay was carried out at a time when the memogrs mem of the RolyPoly Six were irerenear werenear werenear
near at hand They too t o were attracted by tie argument of Mr Albert and his photographer and andstopped andstopped andstopped
fti stopped to enjoy the fun While hlle they did so f 1 1e e photographer who had been in hiding turned thetnbles thetnblesby the tablesby tables tablesby
by snapping them John Coylc the leader of the Six seeing the ruse that had Jl d been worked workedmarched corkedmarched orkcdmarched
marched up to Mr Albert and said uOh Oh OhI H lII If you y ywell ou are goin g Jn Hlake take my picture you nilsrht nit ht as aswell aswell
well hate a good one and calmly posed for the photographer jj jfA a
I
L ADVENTISTS FLAY FLAYliqUOR FLAYUQUORTRAFFIC
t liqUOR UQUORTRAFFIC TRAFFIC TRAFFICI TRAFFICCom I
Come Out ut Strong for Pro Prohibition Prohibition ¬ 1 1hibition
hibition at Convention ConventionThis ConventionThis ConventionThis
This Morning MorningAbsolute MorningAb MorningAb4alute
Ab Absolute olute wiping out of the liquor traf traffic triilt ¬
t fie and ytd ndno no compromise I on any form of ofregulation or1JgUti4lon ofregulation
regulation of itf Is to ° be the policy sup supported atapported 1P 1Pported ¬
ported by the Seventh Day D Adventlstein Adventlste
in the future futureResolutions futureReeolutlons futureResolution
Resolutions to this effect were adopted adoptedat ado > ted tedat
at the convention in the big camp at atTakoiua atTakoma atTakoma
Takoma Park this morning by b a practically prac practically practfal1Y ¬
tically unanimous votej Vot following athorough a athorough a1horoIgb
thorough discussion The convention conventioneven conventloneven conventioneven
even decided to let no question or Sun Sunday SUnday Sunday ¬
day laws Interfere with their attitude attitudeon
on this question questionThe questionThe questionThe
The second feature of tho day was the theexhibition theexhIbition theerhtbltlon
exhibition by the Rev J E Fulton a amissionary amissionary amissionary
missionary from rom the Fiji Islands of o warclubs war warlubs wartubs
tubs used to kill missionaries and andplates andplates andplates
plates and forks for the serving ofe of ofbroiled ofbroiled
e broiled missionary steak all of which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were presented to the missionary by an anold anold anold
old cannibal chief who at one time timewanted timewanted timewanted
wanted to use them on the minister ministerbut mlniaterbut minieterbut
but who was 25 finally ftftt Ily ly convertedAdopt converted convertedAdopt convortedAdopt
Adopt Resolution ResolutionFollowing ResolutionFol1owlng ResolutionFollowing
Following I le the resolution re oluUon on the theliquor theliquor theliquor
liquor traffic which was adoptedWhereas adopted adoptedWhereas adoptedWheroas
Whereas th the liquor traffic is I a gigantic gi gigantic sfgantlc ¬
gantic evil destructive of law and the therights theIlghts therights
rights of humanity we vie recommend a avigorous a1gorou
4 vigorous campaign against It It and thatboth that thatboth tltatboth
both pen and vote be b used for the revtrictton re restriction tetrlctlon ¬
striction and the entire prohibition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the trafficMany traffic trafficMany trafficMany
Many of the leaders discussed theirinterpretation their theirinterpretation tbelrinterpretation
interpretation of the resolutions re olutlQft8 thal thalthe tlatthe tlattthe
the delegates and the public might un understand UtIdNfitand uneerstand ¬
derstand perfectly the stand the Ad Adventlcts Adventltts Adventitts
ventlcts were were taking on this question questionFrom questionFrom questionFrom
From their statements it is I made madeclear madec1t
clear c1t > ar that the sect will not ally them themselves Utem5elvell themselves ¬
4 selves with with the Prohibitionists except exceptContinued exceptQontfnued exceptQontlnued
Continued on Third Page PageWEATHER PageXEATHER Pager
WEATHER r REPORT REPORTThe
The center of the storm that was W 8 offthe off offthe of ofthe
the North Carolina coast o ut Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning
morning has Ia moved northeastward northe stward and andIt andIt andit
It is now apparently a considerable coneld ble dis distance dl dltance distance ¬
tance off the New Ne ngland coast coastThe coastTbe t tThe
The temperature continues much be below beJow below ¬
low the normal in the Eastern States StatesThe StatelThe StatesThe
The indications are that the weather weatherwill weatherwlll weatherwill
will be generally fair In thf middle middleAtlantic middleAtlantic middleAtlantic
Atlantic and south Atlantic States Statesfjeorgla StatesHeorgla Stateseorgla
fjeorgla Alabama the lower lake re region reJiiQn region ¬
gion and the upper Ohio valley with wit a agradual aJiraduB1 agradual
gradual change to higher temperature temperaturein
in these the e regions tonight and MondayFORECAST Monday MondayFORECAST MondayFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE l m DISTRICTFair DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DISTRICTFall
Fair weather r and ltd rising ri tnG temperature temperaturetonight tempenttaratonight tempeeatura tempeeaturatonight
tonight and Monday light to moderate moderatenorth moder moderatet te tenorth
north winds win becoming variable variableTBMPSRATURBS variableTEIPmRATURmS variableTEaLF1SRAT
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SUN TABLE TABLESUft
Sun s rises 440 440Sun 440Sun < < 40 40un
Sun SUft un sets 713 713TIDE 713TID 715TID
TIDE TID TABLE TABLEI
I TodaYlilgh Today High tide jfc 1165 I6 a m I13 1113 1113m p pJU pm
m Low tide tJd t tir18 a m 538 p m
Tomorrow TomorrowHIp Temo row Hlgk tide 114 a m Low Lowtide Lo Lewtide
tide 144 14 4 a m 60 61Ot i0 p j m mHARPBRS mHARPDRS mHAItPLRS
HARPBRS FERRY TV Va May M
Fhenandoah muddy and Potomac clear
this afternoon
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TAKE DBASTBf DRASTIBIIEPTOCHECK DRASTIG1TEPTO EP EPClose
TO TOCHECK CHECK EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICClose
Close Schools and Postpone PostponeCommencement PostponeCommencement PostponeCommencement
Commencement to Stamp StampOut StampOut StampOut
Out Smallpox SmallpoxSALINVJLIB SmallpoxtS SmallpoxSALINWLLE
tS SALINVJLIB INvpLE Ohio May 33The 33Theschool S3 The Theschool
school board and city council decided decidedtoday decidedtoda decidedtoday
today toda to close the schools and andchurches andohurches andchurches
churches and forbid all public gath gatherings gatherlngs gatherings ¬
erings because of the smallpox smallpoxPhysicians smallpoxPhyslolans smallpoxPhysicians
Physicians have reported thirtysix thirtysixcases
cases in the past month Services Serviceswere Serviceswere Serviceswere
were not held In any an of the churchestoday churches churchestoday i iioday
today The baccalaureate sermon to tothe tothe tothe
the graduating class of the high highschool 111ghschool sighschool
school was called off The commence commencementexercises commencementexercisos ¬ I Iment
mentexercises ment exercises will be postponed un until untiii ¬
til later In the summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The order of the council forbids forbidsmore forbidsmore I
more than two persons congregating congregatingor
or walking together on the streetsAll streets streetsAll
All the cases are light and the radicalsteps radical radicalsteps radicalsteps I
steps taken It is believed check thespread the thespread thespread
spread of the epidemicPOLICE epidemic epidemicPOLICE
I
POLICE u AND A Au AON ND TROOPS TROOPSON 1 1ON
ON PARIS STREETS STREETSCelebration STREETSj STREETSjCelebration STREETCelebration
Celebration of Bloody Week of ofCommune ofCommune I ICommune
Commune Expected to Cause CauseRioting j jRioting I
Rioting RiotingPARIS RiotingPARIS I IPARIS
PARIS May 28 ITroops 1 Troops a and poH police policeare a aare 1 1ar
are ar patrolling the streets ana an others areheld are areheld
held in reserve at quarters > s today In ex extraordinary extraordinary extraordinary ¬ I
traordinary numbers In anticipation oflabor of oflabor orIabor <
labor riots Qn the occasion occa < ion of the the anni anniversary atfniversary attidversary ¬
versary of the bloody week of the Cominune Com Commune Commune ¬
mune but up to noon there has been no noclash noclash noclash
clash although there have been someprocessions some someprocessions IIOmeprocessions
processions and numerous meetings meetingswhere meotlngswhere meetingswhere
where incendiary talk was freely used usedCelebration UlledCelebration usedCelebration
Celebration of the day d was as directed directedby dlreet
by 1 > y the Federation of the Seine and by bythe bythc bythe
the various revolutionist organizations organizationsnd
and nd had nothing directly direct to do with thelabor the thelabor th thlabor
labor troubles of the government em employes employes employes ¬
ployes although these th 5e troubles were wereexpected wereexpected ere ereoxpocted
expected to fan the flame of riot riotReports rIotports riotports
Reports ports from ports all along the theFrench th thranch theFrench
French coast indicate that the sailors sailorsstrike sailorsstrike allora8tr
strike 8tr ke is not making much headway headwayBIG headwayBIG headwayBIG
BIG TOURING CAR CARLOST CARLOST AR ARLOST
LOST IN FLAMES FLAMESGasolene FLAMESGasolene FLAMESGasolene
Gasolene and Oil in Shed ThreatenRow Threaten ThreatenRow ThreatenRow
Row of Frame FrameBuildings FrameBuildings FrameBuildings
Buildings BuildingsFire
Fire broke out in a shed in the rear rearof rearot rearof
of 484 Eleventh EI vcnth street southwest shortly shortlyafter shortlyafter hortlyattor
after 1 oclock this afteronon and an in a afew afew afew
few moments had destroyed a touring touringshed
I car which was housed In an adjoining adjoiningafted adjoiningshed
shed and had started I rt1d ahods on either eitherside eithersid eitherside
side sid ablazeGasolene ablaze ablazeGasolene ablazeGasolene
Gasolene and machine oil in the auto autoshed autosited autoshed
shed soon caught sending flames faralp far farup farup
up In the air and giving the appearance appearanceof
of a conflagration but several streams streamsof
of water were directed on the sheds and andthe andthe andthe
the blaze was as quickly extinguished extinguishedSheds QdingulshodSheds wttingulshodSheds
Sheds in the rear of the houses num numbered numb numbered ¬
bered b red 41 4lfi and 498 Eleventh street streetwere street8C8 streetwere
were 8C8 eompletely consumed consumedThe conumedThe consumedThe
The automobile wa was owned by George GeorgeB
E Barber a coal dealer The cause ofthe of ofthe otthe
the fire could not be determined thisafternoon this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon
S
FATALLY STUBBEDITU STABBED STABBEDWITH
WITH BREAD KNIFE KNIFEt KNIFEFather KNIFEFather
t
Father Resents Brotherin Brotherini BrotherinLaws BrotherinLavs BrotherinLaws
i
Laws Slapping Child ChildFatal ChildFatal ChildFatal
Fatal Duel Follows FollowsBOSTON FollowsBOSrON FollowsBOSTON
BOSTON Mass Ma s May 23 23A 23A A bloodyduel bloody bloodyduol bloodyduol
duol between Peter OConnell of 281 201Bremen 281Bremen l lBremen
Bremen street and his wifes brotherWilliam brother brotherWilliam brotherVI1Uam
William J Bttrldge this forenoon in inthe Inthe inthe
the kitchen of their home resulted resultedIn
In the arrest of Ettrjdge on the charge chargeof
of attempted murder and OCorinell OCo nell be being being being ¬
ing taken to the East Boston Relief ReliefHospital ReliefHospital ReliefHospital
Hospital in J a dying condition conditionThe conditionThe conditionThe
The quarrel started when OConnoll OConnollsaw OConMHsaw
saw his baby girl slapped over the head hendby headby
1 by his brotherinlaw He reproved him hintand liimI himand
I and a bitter quarrel followed Despite Despitethe Despitethe Despitethe
the sobbing wife and crying baby whowere who whowere w o owere
were In the same room with them themthey themthey themthey
they came to blows Ettridge picked up upa upa upa
a long bread knife with a sharp point pointand pointand pointand
and OConnell picked picked up a poker The Thetwo Thetwo Thetwo
two fought furiously for several min minutes mlnute minute
ute in the little kitchen OOonneirs 0ronnellshead OOonneirshead O onnens onnensbead
head and body streaming blood from fromslashes fromslashes fromslashes
slashes slashesFinally slashesFfolllIy slashesFinally
Finally Ettridge E hrldga drove the bread knife knifedeep knifede6p knifedesp
deep into the body bOd of his brotherIn brothorinlaw brotherinlaw
law near the heart the police arriving arrivinga
a moment later and arresting him himOConnell himOConnen himOConnell
OConnell IB expected to qie oie before beforethis beforethis beforethis
this evening and if he does tae 1 < 10 charge chargeagainst ehargeagainst ohaIloagaJn8t
against Ettridge will be changed to tomurder tomurder tomurder
murder murderWIFE murderWIFE murderWIFE
WIFE OF DR BULL BULLFACES BULLFA BULLFACES
FACES FA ES OPERATION OPERATIONSudden QPIRAT OP ERATIO N NSudden NSudden
Sudden Change Ch ge for Worse f se May MayNecessitate Ma MaNecessit MaNecessitateUse
Necessitate Necessit NecessitateUse t Use of ofI Knife nifeoH nifeoHPhysicians on onPhysicians o oPhysicians
Physicians Widow WidowNEW WidowNEW VidowNEW
NEW YORK May SMrs 23 Mrs W T TBull 1 1Bull TBull
Bull widow of tho thb famous physician physicianwho ph8Iclanwho physicianwho
who died recently may have to undergo undergoan undergan
an operation for appendicitis appendicitisHer
Her physicians phy itlans Joseph Blako W Yo B BColey BCOley BColey
Coley and Dr Baruch held a consulta consultation consultAtion consultation ¬
tion this morning at the residence of ofMrs oftrs ofMrs
Mrs trs Bull 36 West Thirtynrth streetIt street streetIt
It was stated that Mrs Bull had pass passi
i ed a sleepless s night The developments developmentsin
in the next Twentyfour hours will de decide decide docile ¬
cide the question of an operation operationTHINK operaUonTHINK operationTHINK
THINK BOY STOLEN STOLENSEARCH STOLENSEARCH STOLENSEARCH
SEARCH ALL NIGHT NIGHTCleveland NIGHTCleveland NIGHTCleveland
Cleveland Youngster Finally FoundSleeping Found FoundSleeping FoundSleeping
Sleeping on Porch of His HisCare HisCare HisCare
Care CareCLKVELAND CareCLEVELAND CareCLEVLrLAND
CLEVELAND Ohio May 23 AtWalter AtWalter1utctura WalterKutchura Walter WalterKutchura
Kutchura thirteen years old for whom whoma
a posse of neighbors ana police hunted huntedfor huntedfor huntedfor
for several hours early this ircrnlng ircrnlngin
in the ballet that the boy had been beenkidnaped beonkidnaped beenkidnaped
kidnaped was wa found at daybreak < today todaysound todaysound todaysound
sound asleep under the front frort porch porchwhere porchwhere porchwhere
where he had walked in his sleep sleepThe sleepThe sleepThe
The boys father was awakened at
130 oclock by a noise downstairs and andfound andfound andfound
found the boy missing from his bedHe bed badPie bedHe
He hastily summoned the police andperenally and andpcrsnally andpcrana1ly
pcrsnally lead a negligee band of frjonds frjondsin trJ nds ndsIn
in search for the missing ho boy At 410 480oclock 410oclock 410oclock
oclock he noticed that the lattice work workof workof ork orkof
of the porch had been disturbed Peer PeerIng PeerIng Peering
Ing in he found the boy sound asleep
in lnhls Ms night clothes
1
PAT HENNESSY TALKING TO VOELKER
CONEY ISLAND LID LIDLIFTED LIDLIFTED
LIFTED AND HIDDEN HIDDENDespite HIDDENDespite
Despite Police ThreatsGreatest Threats ThreatsGreatest Thr ats atsGreatest
Greatest Crowd Cro d ThrongsFamousResort Throngs ThrongsFamousxResort j
FamousxResortNISW FamousResort t tNmv
NISW YORK May Ma a 2Coney SCo Canty T Island Islandis Islandis land landis
is wide open today and a recordbreaking recordbreakingcrowd recordbrealdiagcrowd
crowd is 1 taking advantage of the first flrstflne firstline I8t I8ttine
tine day in nearly two week to enjoy onjoythe GnjoYthe enjoythe
the freedom of the famous seashore ea bore re res re8Ort resort
s sort rt Police Commissioner Blnghams Blnghamslid
lid U < 1 has been pried off and hidden awayEarly away awayEarly awayEarly
Early this afternoon great throngs throngswere thronpwe throngswere
were we re headed for the island traveling in introlley 1fttrolley introlley
trolley cars L trains and automo automobiles automolea automobile ¬
bile lea The report that all show places placesand placesand placesand
and cafes had been wide open open until 1oclock 1 1oclock 1oclock
oclock this morning convinced thacrowds the thecrowds th
crowds that there would be no inter interference Interference interference ¬ j
ference with amusements amusementsSurf amullemenuSurf amusementssurf
Surf avenue the main thoroughfare thoroughfarepf
pf It the island was thronged as It has hasseldom hasseldom hasseldom I
seldom been before Luna Park Dream Dreamland Dreamland Dreamland ¬
land and Steeplechase the three b bamusement big bigamusement
amusement amu ement centers were running full fullblast fullblast
blast blastCaravans blastCaravans blastCaravans I
Caravans of Oriental singers dancers dancerswith dancerswith dancerswith
with elephants and camels wended their theirway theirway I Iway
way through the streets of the parks parkswhile parkswhile I Iwhile
while barkers called Fire shows wild wildwest wildwest
west shows dances and all the nonde nondescript non nondescript de de5Crlpt ¬
I
script variety performances pertormanceawere were pack packed packed packed ¬
ed with eager onlookers and listener listenerThe lIteneThe listenersThe
The Bowery was to have shown the theeffect theeffect I Ieffect
effect of the manifesto of Commissioner CommissionerBingham CommissionerBingham I
Bingham for a more rigid observance observanceof ob eXancu eXancuor
of the Sabbath but it was the same old oldBowery oldBowery oldBowery
Bowery For instance two famous concert con concert concert ¬
cert and drtuklng halls the hotel part partof partof i iof
of which Is scarcely larger than thesign the thesign tbestcn
sign were thronged thron ed to the doors doorsWalters doorsValters doorsWalters
Walters pushed and Jostled their waythrough way waythrough I IthrouSh
through the crowds which drank and andpiano andtalked andtalked
talked as ragtime singers and ragtime ragtimepiano ragtimepiano
piano players whiled away the Sabbath Sabbathours St Sthours SabbatJthours
hours hoursWhatever hoursVhatevcr ours oursWhatever
Whatever Idea prevailed ptrevaed in regard tothe to tothe tothe
the intention of the police czar of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York enforcing blue laws did not nothold nothold nothold
hold off the crowds crowdsThe crowdsThe crowdsThe
The mayor and Commissioner Binar Binarham Bln Blnham Bingham
ham are Coneys Coneys great press pre agentswas agents agentswas agentllwas
was the remark of one of the owners ownersof ownertlof owners ownersof
of a big park when he viewed iewe < 1 the constantly con constantly CORstantly ¬
stantly increasing stream of people peoplepouring peoplepouring peoplepouring
pouring off ot the trains trainsLID trainsliD trainsLID
LID IS PUT DOWN DOWNHARD DOWNHARD DOWNN
HARD JN N I NORFOLK NORFOLKNORFOLK
NORFOLK Va May I ay 23 Z3Althou Although Althoughthey Althoughthey h htll
they tll were notified by the police last lastnight lutnight lastnight
night that they must clue their places placesof
of business bu lneu at least one 0 day in seven a anumber anumber anumber
number of confectioners and others are arecontinuing arecontlnuinx arecontinuing
continuing the sale Ie of cigars soda water waterand waterand waterand
and other articles arUel today todayIt
It was said Id at police headquarters bt > thismorning this thismorning tbillmorning
morning that while no J arrests aM had been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made warrants will be sworn out for forthose forthose forthose
those violating vlol tlng the law and that theprosecutions the theprosecutions thepro
prosecutions pro utlonll will be vigorous vigorousThe Vl vigorousThe rOU8 rOU8The
The order cloning certain c places plae one oneday oneday oneday
day in seven Is directed at a class cla of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people who so far as there business huine 3 is isconcerned 115concerned toconcerned
concerned observe no Sabbath
FIVE OF THE ROLYPOLYS READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT PAT J HE HEMIfESSY HEMIfESSYOLIVER HEillESSYIVER IfESSY IfESSYO
OLIVER O IVER SPITZER JEAN VOELKER THOMAS KEHOE AND EDWARD BOYLE
CONVICT WHO HG HID HIDIN HIDIN
IN PRISON CAUGHT CAUGHTNegro
Negro Who Baffled Guardsfor Guards Guardsfor
for Bays ys Found Sitting Sittingon
on Roof Roof2OWJMJB RoofeOIiJ RoofCOIAJ
eOIiJ < 2OWJMJB g JlS P Ohio May 38 3LHaryy 3LHaryyJohnsdithe Hary Haiyy HaiyyJob V VJohneonYthe
Job JohneonYthe tHlfotbe desperate d perate negro burglarwho burglar burglarwho burglarWOO
who eecape eaeaped eaeape4from from his guard at at the thepenitentiary thepenltentlty thepenitentits
penitentiary last act Wednesday night and andhas andbas andhas
has been in hiding within the prbon prbonever pr prlonever on onevel
ever sine wae wita wi a capture by Capt CaptC W WC WC
C Krause < WIO this morning at 3 oclock oclockJohnson oclockJoluJlIOII oclockJohnson
Johnson was wa found on the e roof 10 of the thebath th thebath
bath boost h oH and came calmly C unly down dowiwhen do downwhen n nwhen
when Captain Krause saw him Heuked lieaskelfor lie ifeasked
asked askelfor for a drink of water and then thenwent thenent thouwent
went ent iuto into solitary confiner confinement con ne 1ent in tho thopen thopenltentkf thepenitentic
penltentkf pen 1 ten tit y y cellar cellarJohnson eellarJohnson cellarJohnson
Johnson has had the ISI l j officials < at atthe atthe atthe
the prtaen in a turmoil ever since he heescaped heeeap6d heescaped
escaped He bas been seen on a num number number number ¬
ber of occasions o occasions nt and and a 4 shot h ta at < but bu each eachtime eachtime OC OCUme
time jfot ot away awayEarly a18 away awayEarIy
EarIy Early ERrl Sunday morning CaptalKrtuae Captalr CaptalrKrauae Cap tal talKrb
Krauae Krb 11118 was passing p a1ng the bath house houseand houseand houseand
and looked up at the th roof There satJohnson eat eatJohnson eatJohnson
Johnson cool as a cucumber When lie liesaw liesaw
saw th the captain captahrlie he saidHowdy said Howdy Cap Caplookin Caplookin
lookin for somebody He laughed on onthe qn u uthe
the way to his solltar solitary cell and told toldthe tQldthe t d dthe
had
the officials that he had been having a agreat agreat agreat
great timeDICKINSON time limeDICKINSON timeDICKINSON
DICKINSON IS BACK BACKAFTER BACKAFTER BACKAFTER
AFTER STORMY TRIP TRIPEvery TRIPEvery TRIPEvery
Every Member of Party Suffered SufferedFrom SufferedFrom SufferedFrom
From Sea Sickness After North Northeaster Northeaster Northeaster ¬
easter Off Hatteras HatterasThe
The navel yacht acht Mayflewer with lith Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary of War Dickinson and party on onboard onboanl onboard
board matched Washington W shtncton this after afternoon afternoon ltternOOD ¬
noon The Secretary of War accom accompanied accomptDled accompanied ¬
panied by Mrs Irs Dickinson was uriyen uriyenimmediately uriyenlrimediatey rlyenIrlme4lately
immediately to the home of Gen J JFranklin JFranklin JFranklin
Franklin Bell at Fort Myer Va in inGeneral inGene inGeneral
General Gene Bells BeU autompblle The General Generaland Gfcra1and Generaland
and Mrs Bell accompanied them Sec Secretary SecTotary Secretary ¬
retary Dickinson DICkin on showed 8ilow tome traces tracesof tracosof tracesof
of the illness which overtook him at atHavana atII atHavana
Havana HavanaThe II HavanaThe ana anaThe
The Mayflower aft after r an unpleasant unpleasantJourney unpleasantjourney unpleasantjourney
Journey anchored laat night at PIney PIneyPoint Pln PineyPoint y yPoint
Point at the mouth ot th the Potomac At Atoclock Atli
9 oclock this morning she weighed weighedanchor weighedanchor weighedanchor
anchor and started with pleasant pleasantwaathr pleasantweather pleasantweather
weather She was spoken to by the thewireless thewireless thewireless
wireless station at the Washington WashingtonNavy WashingtonNavy WashingtonNavy
Navy Yard last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The little vessel eael encountered a heavy heavynortheaster heavynorthe heavynortheaster
northeaster northe Mter soon after she passed Hat Hattenui Hatte hatterse
terse te and was va beaten unmercifully un until until until ¬
til she found shelter in the Virginia Virginiacapes VIrginiacapell Virginiacapes
capes The boat showed no trace of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this severe teat but the party on board boardspent board1tpeot boardspent
spent a miserable mJ ntble time locked in the thecabins thecabin thecabins
cabins and below belo deck Not a one of ofthem ofthEm ofthem
them escaped a severe attack of sea seasickness seasickness 3caiSlckn ¬
sickness iSlckn ss
THE CHASE OF THE THESUGAR THESUGARSMUGGLi THESUGAR
SUGAR SUGARSMUGGLi SMUGGLERS SMUGGLERSStoiy2Qthe RS
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Stoiy2Qthe stci iQfib o the Stupend Stupendous u5Customs Customs Frauds Frau s in pN New e = W York York3fe YorkI Y
I 3fe t1 ih ie a System sYst Was as Builiry BuilirySUGAR B ui If t f fo r rSUGAR
o 1 t tVT was D etec etecSUGAR J <
SUGAR SCALES REGULARLY FIXED FIXEDJ FIXEDScheme FIXEDEmployedto
4 4Jf
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Scheme just Discovered r > the Seventh Seven Employedto Employedto Cheat Cheatthe Cheatthe heat heatr
I th the Gqvemmehf CQV ovemme plIp r n 1r of o Its I is Revenues Rev RevenuesTrust n 7 Tiust Yspij Yspijd VMasJ asp aspi
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4 < R > aid i d MoM Mo lo A Than an Two > vo Millions MillionsiByALLN f iotos iotosBy 4V 4VBy
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T T HE United States Stat s Government has arraigned the Amer AmerSgu er errean
lean rean Sugar Sgu ar It fining fining Company as a smuggler The TheAmerican TheAmerican TheAmerican
American Sugar Refining Company has confessed its itsinability itsinability itsinability
inability to clear itself Wherefore yesterday morning morningthe
the United States Government Gove ent accepted a pted from the concern concernthe concern ci1ceruthe concernthe
the return of 213548632 as booty and seven men stood stoodbefore stoodbefore stoodbefore
before the bar of the nationscourt to answer nnsw answer r in 2n the stead steadof steadof steadof
of an impersonal corporation the th charge c arge qf crime crimeIn cr crimeInall ne neIn
In Inall all the varicolored story of trading on tie tR seas seasthere seasthere seasthere
there has been no smuggling like this In all the transformation trans transformation transformation ¬
formation of b business siness from a matter of barter hand t thand to tohand tohandto
handto hand to a matter of an organization > that th t in this instance instanceseemed instanceseemed instanceseemed
seemed in power to t rival riyal the Government itself there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been no suit at law and no response to punishment like likethis likethis likethis
this In all the cog cogwheeling cogwhee wheehnb g of men whether among thatI thatpeople thatpeople that thatpeople
I
people which in bondage under u der the Pharaohs wag set tomaking to tomaking tomaking
making bricks without straw or among them whose sweat sweatbought sweatbought sweatbought
bought the luxury of the Louis there t re can have been no nostory nostory nostory
story more tragic trag c than that th t of six ix of ofthese these seven
SHWAB WINNING WINNINGAT I IAT
AT MONTE CARLO CARLOSteel
Steel Magnates Luck NetsAlmost Nets NetsAlmost NetsAlmost
Almost 100000 100 Q00 at One Onej
j Sitting SittingMONTE SittingMONTg SittingMONTE
MONTE CARLO May 23 23The The feature featureof
of the play at the roulette tables here herelast herelast herelast
last night and up to an early hour thismorning this thismorning thismorning
morning was spectacular1 runs made by byCharles byOharles byOharles
Oharles M Schwab of New York who whohad whahad whohad
had a remarkable streak of luck win winning wn wnnlng winning ¬
ning between 575000 76000 and 5100000 Hu Hubegan Hubegan Habegan
began to play at 5 oclock yesterday yesterdayafternoon Jesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon and anc at closing time thismorning this thismorning thismorning
morning his luck still held good goodSchwab goodSchwab goodSchwab
Schwab was not ahead all day Friday Fridaybut Fridaybut Fridaybut
but his luck took a turn the moment momenthe
he changed tables continuing in a sen sensatioiml senliJatiol1nl sensatlonai
satioiml manner until a crowd of ex excited excited excited ¬
cited onlookers onlook rs thought the th American Americanmillionaire Americanmillionaire Americanmillionaire
millionaire would break breathe the bank bankSchwab bankSchwab bankSchwab
Schwab succeeded in the most remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able run seen at the tables in a couple coupleof
of months On leaving l this morning he hecarried hecarrl hecarried
carried carrl d three hats full of banknotes tohis to tohis tohis
his hotel hotelMcFARLAND hotelMcFARLAND hotelMCFARLAND
McFARLAND LIESCRITICALLY LIES LIESCRITICALLY LIESCRITICALLY
CRITICALLY ILLhe ILL
he condition of William 3oParland 3oParlandthe atoFarlandthe oFarlandthe
the wellknown tenor continues critical criticaland criticaland criticaland
and little hope is entertained for hi hirecovery hirecovery htrecovery
recovery Mr MclTarland is at his htehomo hishOUlO hishome
homo 616 A street southeast suffering sufferingfrom sufferinfrom
from a complication of diseases and andhas anahas an anhas
has been in bad health more than a ayear aear aYear
year ear He is a wellknown local loc l singer singerf
f
Thoy h6Y were were men so insignificant ins amiffeant in theroster the theroster theroster
roster of tho groat company company they served serv served scr scrcd ¬
ed that they did not even have names namesupon nampgupon namesupon
upon its books but ut responded as dQ doconvicts dQcomicts dQconvicts
convicts to numbers They are men menwho menwho menwho
who have imperiled fuWre f11t rc liberty the thename thename thename
name given g en to towife wife and son and anddaugh anddaughtel daugh daughter ¬
tel for 1015 5 a week They are men who whodid whodid whodid
did tot share otherwise in a single dol dollar dollaro dolIar ¬
lar laro of the millions which were ere going goingand goingand goingand
and by the judgment of a jury going goingunlawfully goingunlnwfullJ goingunlawfullyrinto
unlawfully unlawfullyrinto into the coffers of their theiremployers theiremployers theiremployers
employers Yijt these tb e men jre re also men menby menb menby
by b the judgment of this t i3 same jury who whowere whowere whowere
were making of every day for six ix years yearsan
an ingenious ing nious living pertinacious shad shadowed shadooo shadon ¬
owed on 1 lie lieTrue lieTrue lieTrue
True Story of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Smuggling Cases CasesThe CasesJ1he CasesThe
The signboards of the remarkable remarkablestory remarkable remarkablestory remarkablestory
story which underlie thte thVismu th smuggling fgllrig are arethese arethese arethese
these theseJust theseJust theseJust
Just north of the WHllamsburg bridge bridgeon
on the Brooklyn shore of the East river riveris riverIs
is the Havemeyer and Elder refinery r ftt1e of ofthe orthe ofthe
the American Sugar Refining Company CompanyHere CompanyHere CompanyHere
Here smuggling has occurred according accordingto
to the evidence and the finding of a ajury ajUIJ ajury
jury Srom December 1 IBM to Novem November November November ¬
ber 30 1 1S07 ° 07 There is further evidence evidencethat evidencethat evidencethat
that similar frauds at these docks reach reachback reachbaok reachback
back beyond IStiThe 1EOS 1EOSThe 1800The
The particular artlcular device In we when the tliediscoveries thecovetie thedscoverles
discoveries covetie were made and the agents as8 1ts oj ojthe 0 0the etthe
the refining retlnlngcempany company were arrested last lastNovember lastNovt1mber lastNovomber
November consisted COftS ted of a corsetsteel set setinto SEtInto setInto
into the post or a platform scale But Butthis Butthis Butthis
this was was only the latest of seven such suchContinued suehContinued suchContinued
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