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I MRS. CHADWICK
HAS MOVED FROM
HOLLAND HOUSE
THE CLEVELAND WOMAN, HER,
U SON AND MAID ARE NOW AT
THE NEW AMSTERDAM.
L SECRET SERVICE MEN ARE
[l CLOSELY WATCHING HER
EVERY MOVEMENT.
PPaibTES BEARING MR. CARN EGIE'S
jf NAME MAY BE PRESENTED
I TO HIM TO-DAY.
! (Bv Publishers' Press.)
}/ NEW YORK, Dec. 7.?Mrs. Cassie
Ij. Chadwick, -with"her son Emil and
-Her maid Frieda - Swanson, now oc/
cupy a suite of rooms on the fifth
floor of 'the New Amsterdam Hotel,
while United States secret service '
^^?|s:i-*-officers. are located in- an adjoining 1
apartment. The woman, who has ;
gained so much notoriety during the 1
last few weeks, is under close sur- *
PlllgliS;-yeillance. Her every move is watch- 1
llfel -ed. 1
The center of interest in the Chadwick
mystery remains in this city. c
' All the chief actors are here and to- 1
-day's developments may solve the ^
||p||?| whole puzzling situation. There is
still, talk of arrests, the same as there e
was yesterday, but nothing positive 1
in this -direction can be gleaned.
me lawyers and other principals LJ
in the case are divided to-day between P
-the Waldorf Astoria, the Manhattan, "
the Park Avenue, the Holland House ,
-and the New Amsterdam hotels.
. : Receiver Lyons, of the Oberliu m
" ' Hank, has not yet called upon Mr.
Carnegie with the notes which are ,
said to bear the iron master's name, *
it is believed he will do so to- "
may.
Mrs. Chadrvick's flight from the '
1 - ' Holland House last night was of a
theatrical nature, and what prompted u'
her to make the' move is a puzzle. It ^
was shortly after, seven o'clock that
her son Em il returned from his mys- S
mmM terious mission to Cleveland. He I *
Cpaid a brief visit to the Chadwick ?
V'yli-' anartments and then wont n?t ;
.search of netv quarters. He found tr.c
them at the New Amsterdam Hotel 1
on Fourth avenue, which is hy no ^01
, means so imposing a structure as the
' Holland House. ^
Soon after ten. o'clock secret service j-<
v -officers James Bezezrinski and Otto
33. Klinger were observed to take po
_ -sitio.ns at the two exits.
Papers Served on Reynolds.
(By Publishers' Press.) FO
- "CLEVELAND, Dec. T.?Acting upon
the motion of Receiver Loeser, appointed
by the Federal Bankruptcy
?p3| -Court to take charge of the affairs of
: Mrs. C. B. Chad wick, Deputy United N
States marshal Fanning last night hea
served papers at the home of Bank- ami
or Ira Roynoids. attaching the secu- Ore
" - rities it is claimed he holds for Mrs. wer
Chadwick. Service was hiade at the Arm
A'' Reynolds home, although the banker Of
- . was absent and supposed to be in fron
New York The federal authorities into
j ; say the service is as good as a per- T]
, sonal service: By the step Reynolds or tl
is restrained from disposing of or has
'-"parting with ihe alleged securities, purp
-. He is ordered to present them at the a' cc
bankruptcy hearing here Monday. reim
tfrV--' . : the :
Is It Dr. Chadwick? try t
BERDIN, Dee. 7.?It was reported obta:
in the American colony to-day that
Dr. Derby S. Chadwick, husband of
Mrs. Cassie L. Chad wick, who is creating
such a great stir in the United
States, has been" seen here, and that
l-v r 'ST1L
he arrived from Paris. The police,
who are aware of every foreigner in
. Berlin, state that no person named
' Chadwick is among the American
-colony and that if Dr. Chad-wick is
"Dp
here he is incognito.
' ceive
SENATOR PLATT =?
cruel
INTRODUCES A BILL FIXING BA- hund
SIS OF REPRESENTATION ON lages
VOTING POPULATION. many
perso
WASHINGTON, Dec. ".?Senator Prod
Ti C. Piatt, of New York, to-day in- Bulga
troduced a bill fixing the basis of tagan
||||repre3entation in the House on the( pro-T
. male voting population of each State there
|p|aS, shown by the last census. in tlx
?nis pill was suggested by the Bulga.
.Vow York Republican club. Turk!:
It will reduce the number of rep- seats
. : resentatives from Southern States to liv.
^sixteen'. Senator Piatt "says.the bill is
non-partisan and applies to the North, ,
as well as the South. A. s
Buy Ivory cement wall plaster, the Masor.
WABASH MEN
MAKEJNVENTORY
IT CAN NO LONGER BE DOUBTED
THAT THERE IS RENEWED
ACTIVITY ON B. AND N.
Amid a great deal of gossip concerning
the movements of the B. and
X. people, it is cheering to get something
which we know is true.- Messrs.
A. H. Blair, assistant secretary of the :
B. and N., and Chas. Morris, rlght-of
way agent, returned to Fairmont, last
night from an extended trip over, the
entire route, malting a complete inventory
of all the explosives, tools and 1
equipments now on the line. There 1
have been other important movements c
known to the West Virginian but 1
wntcn it would -De a betrayal of confidence
to disclose which lead us to he- 1
lieve in an. early resumption of work 1
on the Wabash line. Suffice it to say ?
that there has been more truth in the "
special dispatches sent out recently ^
than most people have been willing
:o believe. The following from Wash- al
ngton. Pa., is of special interest and c<
jears evidence of contadning truth: pi
WASHINGTON. Pa., Dec. 7,-Evi- m
lence that the Wabash Railroad Com- v<
lany intends at an early date to com- Ia
uence work on the construction of the to
Ireene county railroad accumulates In
very day. The most recent evidence ar
hat has been added to what has now
ecome a prima facie case is the fact w<
hat only as late as yesterday two co
rospective contractors were in Wash- on
igton on their way from Fairmont,
7. Va., to Patterson's Mills. "When
le latter point was reached the two
ten had traversed the entire route w'
: the tidewater outlet from the West ',e:
irginia coal center to the line of the
rabash Railroad Terminal company's aul
ae, formerly the Pittsburg, Carnegie wa
Western, which runs to Mingo. Gr;
hio, and connects with the Wheeling mo
Lake Erie. The trip over the route
as made overland and a most ml- *>5'
ite inspection of the topography of las
e country was made by the cdntrae- sta
rs. who registered at the Hotel e?c
egel as J. Q. Borhow and M. Forey, Tin
Cumberland, Md.' At "Wood row, on am
e Wabash Terminal, they flagged a is
tin and continued their journey to thii
ttsburg. While in Washington the tha
ntractois were reticent and would in 1
-e out 110 statement.
WORT WHEAT . ?
! SHIPPED BACK ?
/ dina
RTV THOUSAND BUSHELS OF the
WHEAT WILL FtECROSS THE was
OCEAN TO NEW YORK. ure
one
(By Publishers' Press.} nanc
EW YORK. Dec. 7.?Wall streC-t tn
rd with much interest to-day the 'n?
ouncement that 40,000 bushels of was
gon- wheat, which is now at Ant- a4=re'
p, have been sold by the grain uatil
of McLaren & Muir to flour mills fhis
his city and will be brought back meet
i Antwerp for manufacture here
flour. man}
his is the first time in the history reme
le grain trade that exported wheat
been brought back for any other
lose than to meet the exigences of
irner in that commodity and the s
portation at this time is due to churc
small crop of -wheat in this coun- ditcln
his year and the high prices notv ant* h
in ing for it. injuri
place
ANARCHY =
-was a
.L REIGNS IN MACEDONIA, dersta
HE TURKS MALTREAT SER- the ci
VIAN RESIDENTS. by the
walk
/ "D-rr D..Klte%nra' \
J_?Jf JL Uk/XJU9UdO -X 1 COO. /
ILGKADE, Dec. 7.?Advices re- Maj
d from Macedonia state that an- iicitor
t continues there. Turkish offl- makin
in Kumanovo bound a priest and stricte
leading Servian residents and enforc
ly maltreated them. With three is to j
red Asltars, the turks raided vil- better
in the district, imprisoning ers.
without reason and killing two readin
ns in the monastery of Svete the ne
mra. On the other hand the copy o
rians Wiled a priest named An- An or<
11, of Llsnitze, because he" was a Sect
urk. In the Monastir district and
are eighteen insurgent bands, mom
; Resna district there are seven Be i
rian and one Greek band. Many counci]
sh Beys have sold their country Sectior
and have gone into the towns ordinal
e. amendi
? Secti
Special Session of Court. ize the
peciai session of the Circuit spiritui
is being held to-day. As Judge beer or
I is interested in some of the applica
CITY FATHERS HAI
ESTING QUEST!
THEM AT LAS
THE LATH INJUNCTION GRANTEE
BY JUDGE JACKSON IS NOW
NO MORE.
STRINGENT LIQUOR LAWS NOW
BEFORE COUNCIL FOR IMMEDIATE
ACTION.
It was -with a look of surprise that
he. members of the eitx
iced the improvements of the conn:il
chamber when they entered for
he meeting last evening. The room
s now more like a meeting place of
he council should be. The only
rouble last night was that the smell
f paint soon had a sharp pain shootig
through the heads of the august
ody.
The council gbt down to business
iid worked hard Cram the start exjpt
at one or two times when some
irleying was done over some small
atters. The meetings were not held
;ry often during the summer and a
rge amount of business was ready
be acted upon last evening. The
embers of the' council realized this
id got to work.
The citizens present with petitions
are treated with due respect by the
uncil and so far us was learned, no
e went away without being heard.
The hate Injunction.
The recent injunction against the
ty of Fairmont is now numbered ,
tlr the deceased. It will be rememred
that an injunction was granted ;
judge Jackson restraining the city ^
thoritles from interfering in any j
y with the sacred concert at the (
and Opera House on Sunday a few (
rt+Tm fitrn TToo mntfni* wo tr- ,-,looo?l
oily in the hands of Mayor Kinsey
the council and he reported 011 It s
t night. H"e is authority for the j
tement that a compromise has been -j
;cted and the injunction dismissed. c
s city's part of the costs will* ?
ount to only about $30 or $35. This a
getting off rather easily, some j(
lit, but there are others who believe Q
t the money might have remained T]
:lie city's treasury. d
The Police Ordinance,
spectator at the city council canhelp
but notice the good feeling Jr
ting between the members (at
js.) Last evening the ordinance ni
;aling the present police ordinance a]
r.eatl for the third time. The or- tc
nee had been called up early in
meeting but as Councilman Lilly m
known to be opposed to the mens- re
and he being absent at that time, re
of the champions of the ordi- m
:e ashed that it he laid aside unae
opponent arrived. After passtlie
third reading the ordinance
rQi
ready to be made a law but an
ft]/
ement was peached to let it stand
a new ordinance can be framed. '
will be brought up at the next
ac1
ine
e olil ordinance was defective in
- ways and these defects will lie orl_!
died in the new law.
for
A Dangerous Sidewalk.
1)0
e attention of the council was
ap i
1 to the dangerous condition of _
a r i c
sidewalk at the new Catholic gej
:h. Some two or three small ' .
?s cross the walk at that place t(>
ave caused several people to fall,
ng themselves. This is the -g
where 3>r. J. H. Lucas fell sevnonths
ago and has not yet fully
ered. Others have been served *~irly
by the treacherous walk. It ci,D
.nnounced last night that an un- arc'
mding had been reached between pre
itxrch and city authorities where- ln 1
i gutters will be repaired and the
made safe.
A Prohibition Move. der<
-or Klnsey has caused City Soyea]
Stanley to frame an ordinance
g the liquor laws in the city _
cem
;r. The present laws are never hou,
ed and the plan of the new law T
jive the city more power and, a Cou'
chance of punishing the offend- tJon
The ordinance passed its first _ _
oppc
S and will come up again at ^
xt meeting. The following is a j
rf the ordinance: M,
iinance to amend and re-enact '
ion 8 of Chanter 8 of the laws ..
aisrc
ordinances of the city of Fair- been
^ * be r
t ordained by the common ^
I of the city of Fairmont: That noul]
i 8 of Chapter 8 of tire laws and er ^
ices of the city of Fairmont, be ^
eel so as to read as follows: gton
8. No council shall authorfWr?M
: issue of any license to sell {lle ^
ins liquors, wines, porter, ale, B
;";;i^takWbfiT^e^iiatur<; until
9 MANY INTERIONS
BEFORE
ITNIGHT'S MEETING
> | thousand Ave hundred dollars, pay'
able to the city of Fairmont by Its
corporate name, conditioned that he
will not. permit any person to drink to
intoxication on any premises under
the control of such applicant, and will
not knowingly sell or furnish any In:
toxlcating drink to any person who Is
intoxicated at the time, or who Is
known to him to have the habit of
drinking? to intoxication, or whom he
knows or has reason to believe is under
the age of 21 years, and that he
?til ~ 02 -1? e-- - ?- - - - '
win nut sen or uirnisn such drink
to any person on Sunday, or on the
day of any election In said city provided
by law. or at any time at night
after 11 o'clock P. M. or before C
o'clock A. M.. and that be will not
permit any gaming for money or other
thing for amusement on his premises
or adjoining premises controlled
by him. If such application be refused
the refusal to grant the license
shall be entered of record, and no li- ,
cense shall be granted to the appli- <
cant within one year thereafter. For s
the breach of any of the conditions of ?
said bond there shall be recovered for
the use of the city in an action of debt c
before a justice of the peace or cir- r
cuit court of the county the sum of f
fifty dollars and the license of the per- t
son so offending may be revoked by f
the council, or in lien of such action r
of debt and recovery on such bond, if
the person so licensed shall sell or c
Eurnish intoxicating drinks to any o
person intoxicated at the time, or who u
s in the habt of becoming intoxicated u
>r to a person under twenty-one years p
>f age, or on an election day, or after
11 o'clock P. M? or before <> o'clock A. s6
if., or shall sell, offer, or expose for s,
;ale, or fnrnlsh or permit to be furtished
from or on his premises, spir- a:
tous liquors, wine, porter, ale or beer y
in Sunday, or shall permit any gam- in
ng for money or other thing for
musement on his-premises or ad
fining premises under liis control, up- j
n conviction thereof be fined not less I
lian ten nor more than one hundred
ollars. iS
The First Ward Street Railway.
Notice was given at the last regular
leeting of the council in November
tat application would be made last ight
for a franchise by the Fairmont id
Morgantown Traction Company sei
i construct,' a street railway in the co'
irst ward. The time for adjourn- nu
ent arrived before that business was 'er
ached and the ordinance was not
ad. It will come up at the next *ae
oeting. ft'-c
The New Firemen.
The fire committee and Chief Reed 1101
commended that Fraxilr Riggs lie I-*10
icted to the position of fireman re- jUr';
ntly made vacant by the resignation'
clip
Bernard Linn. Mr. Riggs lias been
Ling in the position since Mr. Linn's *
signation and has proven a good el
a. He was appointed. ,e.r
r-.ro extra firemen were asked for pI'e
the First ward station which will ^er'
ready for operation soon. Only one calI!
plication, that of C. 0. "West, was in lier
I he was elected. Another will be
acted later. exai
t is the intention of Chief Reed the
put one new man in the First ward acce
tion with Fireman Flem Hamilton
captain.
The Work In Detail,
ouncil began business with.Coiin
len Downs, Harr. Robinson, How- j u R
, Everhart, Davis and Haymond <
sent1. Councilman DeBolt arrived
i few moments and Councilman
y a little later. pC
wo orders of $G00 eacb were or- rer ?
;d drawn on the general fund pay- utes
t at or before the expiration of one courJ
r in favor of John S. Hamilton In case,
ment for land near' Woodlawn
eiery on which to erect a pest exct>.
3e* agair
tie police ordinance came "up and evl(Je
ncilman DeBolt asked that no aeJNO
p
be taken until Councilman Lilly, ^lct
>sed to the ordinance, arrived.
ank Riggs and C. 0. West were Wats
ted Bremen. I McKi
ayor Kinsey reported that the in- !{
tion against the city had been '.,t
.issed, that a compromise had Th?
effected and that the city would .
oquired to pay $30 or $35. .
.ief of Police J. B. Morgan an- triads
iced that Patrolman C. W. Walk- tbese
ad been xlismtssed for refusing :a>;
iard smallpox jpatlonts.
*?et c Commissioner Richardson t,en
1ltxK<
Catholic Church repaired at oncc. arrlve
XD\oT,lT a0tsowerFifextcrded
: WILL COMPROMISE
RAILROAD SHU
MEMBER OF CONTRACTING FIRM
IS AUTHORITY FOR VERY
IMPORTANT STATEMENT.
The suit Against the Buckhannon
anil Northern R. R. Co., instituted by
the Rinehart and Dennis 'firm of contractors,
for failure to fttlflll certain
terms in the contract which the latter
had for building the line through this
State, has been, or will in the near future,
be compromised.
I A few days since a prominent Fatrmonter
saw a member of the contracting
firm in Cincinnati and was
informed of the move. It will be remembered
that the suit was entered
shortly after the suspension of work
on the line and at the time it was
pretty generally known that the management
of the road was aware of
the fact that the contractors were in
possession of a hotter contract, in a
monetary sense than Is usually awarded
for this sort, of work and.it was rn-'
mored that the work was discontinued
in order to secure ?, better, rate. .The
Rinehart and Dennis firin promptly
entered the sail mentioned and evidently
their case was an excellent: one
ts the thing.is to be dropped without
l struggle.
No member of the firm Is in the ;
sity to-day. but tlio report -does not j
reed to bo verifiod. as the gentleman j
rem whom v.e received our informs- ;
ion Is in a position to know the \
acts and there can be no doubt as ;
egards the truth of the matter. c
If the-rumor to the effect that the j
onstructfon was stopped on account f!
f the agreement with tho contractors, .g
nen there Is an extremely bright out- ('
>ol: for the resumption of work lu the g
ear future. . Not, only on the v
trength .of this latest development {,
i the resumption prognosticated. but j,
everal straws to Indicate the ditec- j,
on of the wind have been floating ^
round lately and there seems to be j,
ttlc doubt that, something will lie do- n
:g very soon.
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nmr'nmt i tin n i ntttr
Mian I ANU iIArr i ?
? la
THE DESCRIPTION GIVEN OF
NAN PATTERSON'S APPEAR- .* ?
ANCE THIS MORNING. 1,1
(By . Publishers' Press.)
NEW YORK. Dec. .7.?There were ,5''
ren jurymen- in the 'jury bos when
irt opened in the Nan Patterson ^
irder trial this morning. Nan Pat- ou
sou looked more bright 'and hapjiy tei
s morning than, usual, despite the
r that, she Is not altogether satis- '
1 with the seven jurymen.
'hey. are all middle aged, and do
quite conform with the idea of /'a
Florodora actress of a "proper" "'1y.
fin
fhen Miss Patterson took her seat 'je'
kissed her father, after which "li
Levy, her lawyer, congratulated <JtK
upon her recuperative powers and ^
appearance. She laughed hurt re- "ie
tl that her appearance an<l recu- jaat
itive power were due to a secret mo
sthenic which she indulges in in
cell each morning. wh<
ore than a dozen talesmen were ertl
nincd during the early part of
morning session, but none were C011
pted as a juror. t^1?
; dad
FOUND GUILTY ?
?~~?~ hou!
Y RETURNS VERDICT FOR men
CONSPIRACY IN OREGON begs
LAND FRAUDS. COnt
? Phi?
JRTLAND. Oregon, Dec. 7.?Af- then
ieliberation of just forty-five inin- brin;
the jury in Judge Belingser's tion
t, which has sat in the land fraud E?
3, brought in a verdict of guilty
ist all the defendants with the Assc
ption of Miss Marie Ware, insist
whom, there was not sufficient: man.
nee of conspiracy to convict. C
.unishment was fixed in the ver- deci<
ten .
s wuviGieu persons are uimma l.; -:~rr^v,
on, S, A. D. Putep, Horace C. until
nley, D. W". Tarpley and Frank A- n<
Volgamot. They were found was
of conspiracy. \ , ot tt
i alleged frauds* were committed 3"^
)i; and involve lands in .the Cas- menForest
reserve. Two:;- other
are to be .held,: and the first of
II begin J3ecember\l^
led .to indefinitely suspend
riders who had withdra
ng ^mirters ^fro'rn the
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