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Many any Aes HypotheticalOne lltheUealOn Vote Voteror otl oth othror
ror Charley ClarleUurphUosalsky C1IrleyMurphyIIosaIsky Murphy llosalsky Lead Leadde Leadsle Leathde
de le Ate AteMason Maton to Drop Jrop Out a al s Leader LeaderAgainst Lrder LrderAalnst LeaderAgalnat
Against Aalnst the process proas by which tho Re Republican Rep1111can Repubilcan ¬
publican p1111can county committee commlle was grocerled grocerledand grorle
and tradingstamp trcnRtamp officers ofcrs woro wor installed installedonly Install installedonly
only four feeble peeps ppl were heard last night nightThese nightles nightTbese
These les came cmo from committeemen commltcemcn of the theNineteenth theNInetenth thebietoenth
Nineteenth NInetenth and Twentyseventh Tent snth dlntrlcts dlntrlctswho d iLstrlct8who trlcts trlctsbo
who bo could c ld not be b controlled cntrole by their leaders leadersrespectively leadersrpctvoly lendersrespectively
respectively rpctvoly Iemuel E Qulgg and James JamesW
W w Ierry EJtpt Except that Louis L uls Stern Ster the thomerchant Ihomerant themerchant
merchant merant had decided deolde not to take the theofllce thoofir theonct
ofir ofllce of treasurer trurr leaving leving the managers managerswithout manager managerswithout
without hout instructions Inltructons from Albany tho thoprogramme thoprogrmme theprogramme
programme progrmme Gov Odoll Odol handed in last Sat Saturday Saturda eatunlay ¬
urday urda at It the Fifth Ffh Avenue Avenul Hotel caucus caucuswas CUUCUI CUUCUIWil caucuswas
was Wil carried arle out to tho letter at tho United UnitedCharities Unite Unitedtaritls
Charities < 1ariles Building 8uldlnR If I Charles Carle H Murray Murrayliod MurrayIlld MurrayhiwI
liod Illd been Lon friendly with Tammany in the thepast thepMt theraM
past his fellows felows of the committee cmmittN were werewilling wereilg woreeihhIng
willing ilg to forgive and forgot forgotIf torgotI
If I a reform rorm Mayor William Wilam L Strong Stronghad Stronl Stronghad
had removed rmoved him from trm tho office ofce of Police PoliceCommissioner Polo PoliceComml8stoner
Commissioner had he not been bn baptized baptizedanew baptlzodane baptizedanew
anew ane they asked by his removal rmoval later laterfrom laterCrom haterfrom
from the office ofc of Aqueduot Commissioner Commissionerby Comilsioner Comilsionerb
by b the Tammany Tammny Mayor Robert Hobrt A AVan AVa Aan
Van Va an Wyck Two removals rmoals they argued arguedworked arguedworked arguedworked
worked li 1w like < a a double negative Mr Murray Murrayappeared Murrayappard Murrayappeared
appeared appard among aonK them sans the marqulso marqulsoring marquilerg marquisoring
ring rg which was as the lust of AfroAmerica AfroAmericawhile ArAmerlca ArAmerlcahUo
while hUo ho was wal Police Iolco Commissioner Comml6ioner and andhaving ald andhaving I
having put aside the marvellous mrelous jewel with withchain wit withchain
chain and time lock attachments atachments which was wasthe wasthe I Itbe
the decoration deortion of his bosom as 1 Aqueduct AqueductCommissioner AqueductCommllloncr AqueductCommissioner
Commissioner CommissionerThe Commllloncr CommllloncrThe
The closing cosing session e06lon of the executive executivecommittee executivecOlmltee executivecommittee
committee cOlmltee of 1003 193 was 1 held In the after afternoon atternoon afternoon ¬
noon at 1 Modleon Mndion avenue to distribute distributeamong ditrlbutl ditrlbutlAmong distributeemong
among the leaders tho typewritten tn1wrlten resolu reeolutions resolulon8 resoluHons
tions lon8 which were ero necessary neCtr to the for formalities tormalte formahities ¬
malities malte of last nights nlgh1 gathering Goorgo GoorgoR
R Sheldon who declined dcclml to act longer as astreasurer al astreasurer
treasurer treaurr of the tle committee cmmitee presented prented a nreport areprt areport
report reprt showing ahowlg 4000 UO on hand and bade badefarewell badetarwel badefarewell
farewell tarwel to the committee mmlto in a well wel ex expressed expresse axpressed ¬
pressed sentence or two It I was made madeknown niadeknown
presse sentnc mle mlelmown
known that tht Mr Stern Ster would not take the thoplace Ihopla theh1
place pla h1 Mr Sheldon was vacating VReatlg and tho thoexecutive thopxectve thoexecitive
executive pxectve committee cmmitte decided decde to ask tho thocounty thounty theounty
county unty committee cmmite to t leave that nomina nomination nomlntlon nornination ¬
tion unmade unmae for the io present prent Provident ProvidentM prrldent
M Linn Lnn Bruce Bre and Secretary Sretr George Gforge R RManchester RMancetr UIanc1aester I
Manchester Mancetr also delivered delvred their farewells farewellsto
to the te committee committeeIt cmmlteo cmmlteoIt
It was WI expected expced that some lomo one might mightbreak mightbreak mightbreak
break bounds bund when tho name nme of Armltago ArmltagoMathews Amltago ArmitagoMathewe I If
Mathews f at he we for secretary crttr was reached on the thoplate theslate I Ifl1le
plate fl1le This Tis did not occur during the formal formalsession formalIl0n formalsession
session Il0n of the committee comlt James Jamll W WPerry WPerr WPerry
Perry Perr said sid afterward atterard that some of the mem members memhl momhers ¬
hers hl had discussed dlsCcd among themselves tbcmflve tho thopropriety thoproprlet thepropriety
propriety of the choice choic but bUrild lid not no feel feelthat fel feltba feeltha
that tba anything would be b game g41ne by offering offeringopposition ofering oferingoppiton offeringoppoithon
opposition in the committee committeeAcrowd cmlto committeerAcrOd
oppiton Acrowd AOwd of o unusual u ulliz size gathered gther at ttho ttholsht the thonight theifght
night lsht meeting meetns although athough roll rol calls cl1 Indicated IndicatedtbC Jndlcted Jndlctedtb indicatedtb
tbC tb tb scarcely cartytwOthrds earcolytwothirda twM birds of thecommittec thecommittecmpt the cmmltee cmmlteem committee committeeattended
mpt m attended The secretarysroll aeerettuys ron oll made madeIn madein
n attn et Te 1 rns mae maeIn
In haste ateaJd arid genwotfoly Renetlly showed IhoHod only onlytbirtyiabsentees onlythirY onlytbIrtrakeeIitece
tbirtyiabsentees thirY abe teehowever however Abe AI Gruber Gruberwas Grbr Grbrw Gruberwaa
was w an early c arrival aIivaland and in the interest of ofhis ofhi ofhie
his candidate cndldt a ry MaUiews conduct onduct ed a bonus boriusof berltl berltlot bonusof
of closet Noet conferences conteren l with such members membersas membr membr8e
as ha knew to be b at heart hear hostile ho > tlt to tho thoelection thoelecion thoelection
election elecion of the th Alderman Adern to such office officeThe of ofliceThe
The Governor has ha a military miitar representa representative repreRent ¬
tire Te in the thujerson person of AdjutiiitGoneral AdjutiiitGoneralNelson AdjutlltGuneral AdjutlltGuneralKelon
Nelson H Henry Henl who sat right across acronswas acrOf acrossthenisle
Kelon tbeaMe from Mr lr durray Julay unt until Zir lr lurray lurraywa lurraywas
was called to t the platform platonn Lemuel E Quigg QuIgBlooked Quigg100kN Quigglooked
wa looked cale very white and composed sitting sittingbeside Eitnl sittingbeside
beside b0ide 100kN Qruber Grubr er Senator tnltor Elsborg came cale in inhis Inhla inhis
his evening clothe President lhleutHMIC Bruce was washeartily WfS WfSheariy washeartily
heartily cheered ohere when he tock the gavel gavelSome gavclSme gavelSome
Some heariy of the onlookers thougnt thou nt it had some something sore something ¬
thing Sme more than the lilt of tlm th ti ordinary ordinaryirooaby ordlulY ordlulYgodb ordinarygoodby I
irooaby godb thig Ho was waf wa named nalo an I a temporary temporarychairman tQlporary tQlporarychairlan temporarychairman
chairman chairlan and referred to It an W honorable honorabledistinction honorblo honorblorbUncton honorablechii4inction
distinction William Wilam Halpia Halpll of tho Ninth Ninthoffered Ninthoffered Inth Intholpred
offered Mr Ir Mnnol MnnchAttr Manchester t jr for the same fnn1 tem temporary to topor tutuporary ¬
porary olpred por ernplovment emplOment as I secretiry ecretI UCCUUHO UCCUUHOofhis leclliO leclliOtlthl iieentisuofhis
ofhis long and an efTlclont efflclenteeivIc service Aelvlct to t the thiejarty thiejartyTemporary patty pattyTemporary paty patyTemporry
tlthl Temporary Temporry officers omccr having been hen chosen chosn chosnAlexander chosenAlexander I
Alexander 1 I 1 f Mns 1nfl a I it nt of tli tht the n lwentynlnthi lwentynlnthiproceeded < wentnlnth wentnlnthprceoo c itl > n < nf I I Iproceeded
Mr Ir Murrays name namofor namefor
proceeded prceoo to prcieut Murrys nalo nalofor
for president He stood about four fOlr loot lootnxnv IcctRa feetsway
sway Ra from fro Mr Ir Murray Iulrn and told of the thocandidates IholldlcnC1 thetindidatc8
candidates notable tlOI able fatitilty fauul for fo fo r establishing establishingpleasant pl1 est ahlilhlnj aldishingileasant
pleasant lldlcnC1 relations rellllolI rolni ions with wih Ills ls fellow Repub Republicans ntluh ntluhltas flopublicans ¬
ltas licans Since the election eleHon of Edward EdwardliMterbach Eward Ewardlwerbnh Edwardfauterbndi
liMterbach lwerbnh said aie Mr lr Mason Iasn the committee committeehad cmmlleo cmmlleohnd committeelied
had found it convenient cnvenient to go outside outlide the thociitttriel IhoiilrC thedistrict
ciitttriel leaders leader I to get A a man lan who met tho thospecificationssacrificing thoIpccfctlonRHncrifclnj thiepcciflcat
specificationssacrificing IpccfctlonRHncrifclnj iilrC pcciflcat io ne sacrificing a aprnctlcallmowl aprnctlcallmowlelgo practical knowl knowledge knowledge ¬
edge elgo of politics politiesto IIs to get the possessor pOtSIHSOr of other othuriiiittlities othorluallo othertitiulities
iiiittlities luallo Nlt like Ite Quigg Clreono rtll Morris Iorrs and andBruce audBruc andBruce
Bruce BruceAt Bruc BruceAt
At this thl particular partcular time tme with wih the thl pri primaries pr primanes ¬
maries manes very ery near nea and a long campaign campaignbefore campaignIJfore campaignbefore
before IJfore Ilals us said 6d he 1t it Is necpssary nfsuy to tllltt select selectn
n 1 man Dan of long practical pratcnl experience uJrerence n ntho aM aMIhe asthe
the time is too short Ihort to school lchoo a new nel man iminIn mll manIn
In il the work Ho thought Mr 1 Murray urr would wouldgive wouldgive fuld fuldhe
give he such an administration admnslraton n nR the county countyrommittee countymmn countycomantittee
rommittee mmn < had not had in a 1 long time timeNo tme timeNo
No district te loader loder he said would bo read readout roadou readout
out 10 ou t of tho party because hea ac Ui be expressed expressedopinions expreMd expreMdopinions expressedopinions
opinions not at harmony with wih hope thoP of a nmajority amajority amnsjorhty
majority of the committee committeeAfter comn committeeAfter lel
After Mtlr Mr M Milon Itsaon on came 1111 GeorRo W Wan Wanmnker Wanmnkrr Wanmaker
maker Ferdinand Fldnmn F1cman William Wllal H HTen HTen HTen
Ten Eyck Otto Oto Rosalsky Ho allky and Charles Charls J Khczow K KIxxow
Ixxow exow with seconding 10ndng HIJNJU seehiw seehiwOn > ee < li < w wOn
On 01 the resolution reslutol to have tho secretary secretaryeabt lcretary lcretarylt
eabt lt one ole ballot balot for Mr Murray Mlrr four nega negative negnIht negaIse ¬
tive Iht votes vote were last lt Mr Quigg called calledthe cled cledIlle calledthe
the attention attent ion of < President Prllldlnt Bruce Dnlc to the thofact IhAfat thefact
fact fat that atenlon the law must mUlt bo met by a roll rol cull cullIn cal callhi
In 11 that event Tills 111 disclosed dIEClOO1 disclos d the Iden Idenity Idcnti Ideniit
ti iit ity of the protestants They Thl worn Henry HenryW Ilnr Ilnrfack
W v Mack and J Leo o Honigman Honljman of the Nino NinoU NlpoIlnth Nhpoeenth
Ilnth eenth < which IR QUlggR Qulggsdbtrlctand ditrlc and JUlbe Jathohi I
U Ford For and Henry Hen 1 L I Lht St t im Iln imon on of the Twenty Twentyseventh Twent Twentt Twentyseventh
seventh 6nnth They made mde no protest except exceptby excpt exceptby
by b their votes and did not care eMf to toll te1 their theirivasons IhelrIa theirreasons I
t reasons Ia ons to reporters reportersTho rlporers rlporersTho reporterslhio
Tho explanation Ixplanatlou offered ofere by other per persons perboos ¬
pr prbns
sons bns was wa wa that the two men from the Nlno Nlnottxmth Ninetecnth I
ttxmth tenth are members of the Associated AssociatedHcpubllcan Associateditepublican 8oclatd 8oclatdlepublcan
Hcpubllcan lepublcan ar Club and antiQulgg antQuigg and that thatthe thntIhf thatthe
the Ihf two men mln from the Twentyseventh Twentyseventhhavo wentYIenth wentYIenthhae
have been interested in tho Cltizeis Cllzu Union Unionmovement Unin Uninmoement Unlenmovement
bn Intersle
movement and wore out Olt of sympathy sympathywith smplhr smplhrIth sympathywith
with Ith the MurrayMathews MUlytatww8 ticket tclwt Another Anothermember Anolhermem Anothermember
member mem r blundered bluder by voting for Charley CharleyMurphy Charleyturphy ChanheyMurphy
Murphy >
As announced announcd the vote oto was 183 18 for fora 4 4against 4against I
against a lnst 30 3 not voting votn Mr Murray Murraywas Mury
was helped to the platform platfor by Messrs MessrsMason Me MessrsMason rH I
Mason 101 helP Wanmaker and Ton en Eyck while whileworkmen whlo whloorkmen whiileworkmen
workmen carried to the platform a horse horeoHho horseshoe
Hho shoe eight ere feet fet high made mio of flowers lower It Itwa I ItwaI
wa W8 from Mr Murrays MlrlYs club in the Eighth Eighthdistrict Eighthdistrict
t I
district dll leader Ituer ItuerMr rct where wher be 1 is II loader lodernonfsident lodernonfsidentItuer loadernonresident loadernonresidentleader nonresident nonresidentleader i iMr
Mr Murray Mury said sid that any man honored hOlol honoredas j ja
a I as ho had betm IIn by that election might truly trulyfeel i ifeel Itol
feel tol that a innntle lant of greatness gleatnl had fallen fallenon talcl I Ion
on him It comes to mo both bWl unsolicited unsolicitedand ulJsolclld ulJsolclldId
and Id unasked omol by y mo said Pnsldont Mur Murray Murray lur lurr
ray r You Yol have 11 called cled me to this mid timid ld i iWill Ihvo I
hno not fnchcd flinched I walt want your our support RUportWil supportSihIyou
Will Wil SihIyou you ou give It I iii 7 After Afer n long 10lg and clumsy c clunIsypause um8Y j jpaiua I Ipau
pause pau a three thl or four men In the gathering gat gatheritigwoke he rl j jwoko
woke 10ku up to this dramatic drmatlo climax CIIIUX and ad said saidWe sid sidWe saidVe
We Ve will willI whllI
I luive hiI wi passed pled through tho gamut amut from fromward tromward from fromcard
thrljh t1
ward worker orler to district ditrct leader ilder said sad Mr MrMurray Mrllrra Mrltirray
Murray llrra end I am no novice nolc ut a the gamo gamoI gao gaoI
I also Itnow Jcow unt my own deficiencies delclencle I believe believeIn bele0 bele0In believeIn
In deeds dlA not words acts > notfprechps notfprechpsMr not Iplcll
Mr Ir Murray told tld ac what too til Republican Republicanpaity lopulcan lopulcanpal Republicanpatty
patty pal t stands for and what wh at the Democratic Democraticparty Demoratc Demoratcpart lemocraticparty
party part htuiti HUlr6 for and Ind delivered 1ro < a number numberof Ilmber IlmberI
I t of Mintencw Mn ncO of this Etimp
r OWWhlngtn Washington thi was tho founder of his hl is iseuntn
MWtn euntn Un Lincoln oln the Dr nr2iver rr McKinley
I the expander and high up i on tho roster rOltor o oi ot
fame we ehal small fnd find i tho manna lme of Theodore Theodorand TheodorenUdOeolt
nUdOeolt Roosevelt fno the prpetuator perpetuator or exnslon exnslonan exnanslonand
and an the preserver preervcr of our integrity In tegrl t tax
Tax ax Commissioner Commision or Samuel SImue1 Stranbourger Stranbourgerwas StralhourRer StralhourRerWM
was chosen chosn first frt vlcepreeldent Iceprsldent and Am Amoroso ¬
bArboBo broso oroso 0 Neal fecond vlcoprehident ldent Then len leno
Abe o Umber rose rOle to make his hi speech Brech s t echm An Anold Anold Anold
old gentleman gentemn in the rear of tho hall hnl asked askedPermission alke askedI
Permission permlsiion I to resume relume his hil fur cap cp which whichhe
he me pulled pule clown over his acre tcr Gruber
looked askance atkanco Tho veteran explained explainedthat oxpllinod oxpllinodthat explainedthat
that It was wa tho draft drt from the nearby win ¬
dow do that was wal bothering bothelng him himGrubor
Umber Grbor spoke Hpke of Armltage Mat Mathews down llwA us usone asone
one 01110 who hud boon bon the victim Iotm of the innllu innllunty mnll mnniignity
nty nhlty of tho Citizens Cltlvens Union He compared comparedhim clured cluredm
him m to Gen Grant and President PrMldlnt Roose Roosevelt Hool Itoosevolt ¬
volt veil The same negative nepatle votes oJe wero wer cast castagainst castagulnst castagainst
against Mathewss election eleion but the chair chairnow chahnow chairnow
now Mr Murray did not grant a rollcall rollcallCinibor roloal
Cinibor and Otto Oto Rosalsky ROEIk brought brught the new newsecretary newAerft nowserrotary
secretary Aerft In Ho didnt bother to imo the thestairs thentllre tImestairs
stairs ntllre but jumped jumpe up on th the platform and andthrew andthrew andthrew
threw his hl coat cat on a I chair and ad Mr Manches Manchester Manchef Manchesterrathered ¬
ter terrathered pathered ii his and
Iathere up hlsjarmont8 garments departed departedTis deparlld deparlldT18
Tis n hard har chair to fill fl Georg Georll cried criedMathews
Mathews after ater the departing deparing secretary cretar
At Mr Ton Eycks Fvckn suggestion 8uggeltlon tho elec election ¬
tion Un of a P treasurer trelrer was laid Illd on the table tableEdward tnbleward
Edward ward Bodlno was reelected rpleced sergeant sergeantatarms serpeanl serpeanlatarm sergeantatarms
atarms atarm He le Is from Postmaster PostmMer Van VanCotts Val Vainotts
Cotts otts district dfttrlc Resolutions Resluton of thanks thankl to tothe totho tothe
the departing depring officials ofcal were adopted aopted hastily hltiy
On tho roll rol call cal of districts tho leaders leadersfor leadel leadersfor
for next Dxt year wore named Mr r Murray Murrayretired Mury Muryretire Murrayretired
retired retire asleader as leader of tho Eighth his place placoboinc plac placebeing
being filled fled by Otto Olo Rosalskv R0818kv It It 1 was 1 lie disclosed d18cloncd liecloseti ¬
closed that Alexander T Mason Mlon did not notwant notwant notwant
want to continue contnuo as 19 the representative representativeof rlprlEntathe rlprlEntatheof
of tho Twentyninth and the organization organizationhad organizaton
had not agreed on his successor succfQr so the thedistrict thedlstri1 thedistrict
district dlstri1 asked Ike agd permission nion to report Its IR se selection B Belection ¬
J repr
lection leclon later Tho 1 leaders leaer are areDili ar areflSa
Dili Dl flSa Xamc ar lll 11st UK Aams AamslOWimnm ar ane aneIM
1 11IIItale IM M II llcolcy lOWimnm IOWIImACrmble IOWIImACrmble2Mleharlllne A Cromble CrombleJohns Crombie2Michael
2 2Mleharlllne 2Michael Mlcharl Hlnei Hlnei3lrcdcrloU 20JotinS Johns uhn S Sties Sbta Sbta3Irederck Sties3tmndcrtemn
3lrcdcrloU 3Irederck Maldy Inld 21 21Ahrallanl Abraham Omber Grher
4 4Juetm Jusopli venn 2J 22Chnrle htrlfs K KIeo KIeoan I IexOw IexOw5c ow owi
i 5c O Van an sntott Cott Cottn 23 MosesMJIcKce 23Mose 23tosesM3teKeeaJame M1Ie1ee M1Ie1eeGareJ
n GareJ aJame Jaroe1 K t March 1arch 21 1Smlh Smith Pine PinoSVllcrncrtlnrson Pine7J
7 7J J J llnnnon i SVllcrncrtlnrson SVllcrncrtlnrsonJ8 2 2iterhcrt lerher larMo larMoIth Isrin IsrinltosttIkr
8 Ith ott i HnsAMkv HnsAMkvWilliam losnhk J8 eJitjirow Jualrow Jllrw Alexander Alesnder AlesnderDWlI81Ialn iexandere
DWlI81Ialn e William tulsa llalpln 27 27a1M 27Jatlici JBIHM W Perry Icry
to IoIcrdlnlld lOFeydinfld Ferdinand Ildman Iidmal I 28 7 25John John Johll H Gunner OUller OUllerg Gunnermtj
11 mtj JP p Ulndfilph 91 91124acb I I13Hennan
12 g 124acb = Jacob Ncwgtead d CO COAmbrose Ambrose Ali ir erCDI O Neat Neat13Herman
13 13Hennan Herman Jovcshof 31 IS H Slrmbotirufr SlrmbotirufrH Strabolfr Siritibotirger14James
H IJ8me 14James James F Pegnam PClmal 12 Ian Newman New ewI81 man man1o
15 I 1o O W Wanmakrr S3 iIrank 13Irank Irank Kaymcml KaymcmlIS HyoJ HyoJIISmuel Rayninnlmssamuel
IS IISmuel mssamuel Samuels s Kornlf 1 ICoeni > nil 54 34Vni Wm Im HTcnK1 H TCII Teit E c cl7Ch ec ecICIrlc cc17CIterIae <
l7Ch ICIrlc 17CIterIae rlciD D15te 13 Iace < IVndwanlltIlealy SFdward rtard I H 1 IIeM IIeM18william Mil
IS ISWllam 18william Wllllam Hrukd IrukrL Annexed tinezmdVinTremstne tinezmdVinTremstneMr luccdWm WmTremalne WmTremalneMr Tremllne
Mr Jr Qulgg Qllgg roso for information InCormDton was wo tho thocommittee thecorinittee
committee operating oplrtnK under any rules rulesAlexander rulesAlexander
Alexander AlexandE T Mason was WI asleep aflcp A neigh neighborly neighbony ¬
body elbow llbow slined strl him Ho had hae for forgotten rorgothm forgotten ¬
gotten to present ple ent ce the resolutions rrsollton calling calng calngfor callingfor
foracommittee for a commitee committee to prepare prlpae rule This Thiswas Thil Thiswet
was done donl President Ineldlnt Murray Mlray mado Mr MrMason MrMason tr trMBn
Mason MBn chairman and said that the com committee cornmhteo ¬ i
mittee mlteo would please rtport rport after afer nn in indefinite indefinite ¬
definite defnlta recess reCH which was wal then ordered orderedPresident orderoriProsdent
President Murray Murry will also call al tho meet meeting meetIng mmmccling ¬
ing of the executive excutlo i committee eonl to which will willput wi willput I
put Halpln In Ten Fycks f cks place probably probablynext probablynext probablynext
next week weekThe wekThn weekThe
The committee commlteo did not adjourn but buttook buttoolt buttook
took a recess ree because IUI It had not completed completedits completedit
its it work no treasurer treasuer having been bcn named namedODELL namedODEL namedODELL
Attended Attndrd the thl State Slatr Dinner and Had Iad a Talk TalkWith I Iih Ii1th
With ih the President PresidentWASHINGTON Ptldrnt PresidentWABIIINCnT0N
WASHINGTON WASmNGTON Deo 17 17The Tho President had hodas hadas
as l guests at luncheon IUlchoon today former Gov GovMurray OovMUmy byMurray I
Murray MUmy Crane and Senator Smntor Lodge Ldge of Massa Massachusetts Mlsa MlsaehUts Massachusutts ¬
chusetts ehUts Secretary Scretar Root and Secretary SecretaryCortelyou Spcretary I ICnclyou ICortelyou
Cortelyou Cnclyou Mr fr Crane came cmn here her yesterday ynuterdayto YOtlerdayto
to talk with wth the President Presld nt about ahut political politicalmatters pltcal pltcalmter politicalmatters
matters mter and It was wa made known know soon 800 after afterhis afer aferhil afterhis
that JIB would make frequent frequentvisits frequentvtsits
his hil arrival Irrval tht hIould mke rrquent rrquentvlt
visits vlt to t Washington Washlnlon during durng the next nexel nexelJonth six sixmonths sixmonths
months Jonth so I that tht Mr Roowveltmayconfer Roowveltmayconferwith R Rooevelt lt1cnr lt1cnrwih tnayeonfer tnayeonferteith
with him himOov bimGO hImboy
wih boy GO Odell Odel and Mrs MrOde Odell arrived arvd at atthe atthe j
the White House Hous this tll afternoon attemon and ad will willbo wIllbe 1
bo the guests of the thl President Prsldont and his hisfamily h Idafamily I
b family ge8t until tomorrow t morrow Although Alhouph the theostenslblo theolienslbln theostensible
ostensible olienslbln famiy unt object of the Governors Goerors visit visitis n1sitIs ilt I IIs
is to attend attnd the state dinner diner in honor of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Cabinet tonight the President Prnident im improved Improved ¬
proved prvld tin opportunity to t talk tlk ovey with withhim withhim with1dm
him political poltlca pollticalaffalrs In orprlunlty affairs in the Empire lr State StateTURKISH StateTUVKISEI I ITUn
nut HP II In I Informed Inrornlld That Tat a Warship Will WillTake WillTake 1
Take Consul Davis DIt Hack to Alexandretta AlexandrettaWABTMKOTON AexandreUa AexandreUaWARRINGTON AlexandrettaWAsHINGTON I
WAsHINGTON Dec Dl 17 1Celdb 17Choldb Chekib Bey BeyTurkish BeyTurldRh heyTurkish
Turkish Minister called caled at the State StAo Do Department Doputment Dopartmcnt ¬
partment this afternoon afteron to ascertain Meraln if it itwere Itwere Itwere
were true trlo that tho United Unied States Stnle Govern Government Goer Goermlnt Governmoot ¬
moot mlnt Intended Intende to demand an apology aplogy and andreparation andreparton andreparation
reparation reparton from Turkey Trkey for tho assault on onUnited onUnited onUnited
United Staten Consul Davis Davs at Alexan Alexandretta Alexandreta Alexandretta ¬
dretta dreta by Turkish police polce and to send nondConsul Rnd RndCOlslI sendConsul
Consul COlslI Davis back baee to Aloxandrotta Alexandrtta on a awarship awa1hlp awarship
warship warshipWhen wa1hlp warshiphen
When hen acting Secretary Scretar of State Loomis Loomistold Lomll Lomlltole Loomistold
told tole Cheklb Chlklb hey Re that these the o ware wer the Inten Intentions Intentons intentlons ¬
tions of this Government tho Minister ¬
tons Goverment Mnlgter pro protested proteltr proteeted
tested teltr that according accoring to his hlf information informationConsul InCormaton InCormatonConlul InformationConsul
Consul Conlul Davis Davll had committed cOllte an unpro unprovoked unprovokcd unproyoked ¬
yoked assault aHult on the Alexandretta police policemen plc plcmen policemen ¬
men and ho expressed eXprlHe tho hope hop that as asTurkey 681rley asTurkey
Turkey 1rley was a 1 firm frm friend of the te United UnitedStates Unie UnItedStates
States StnlI no 10 action vould be taken takln that might mightsever mightBer mightsever
sever Ber that friendship friendshipAssurances triendfhlp triendfhlpARUranCJ friendshipAssurances
Assurances ARUranCJ were w l given by the acting actingSecretary aing aing8ecretar actingsecretary
Secretary that the tht United Unle States Govern Governany Gover Governmeat
meat did not wL wish h to lOB lose the trlndshlp friendship ot otnny ofany
any nation but ut was wa determined del erined to protect protectUs prolectls protectits
Us ls consular CnMular officers ofcerl and believed blle It was wasjustified wasjustified as asjUftted
jUftted justified in pursuing pnruing an emphatic omphato course coursein COUr coursein
in onsul Davlsii caw cawThe CM CMThe caseTime
The Minister cabled cabiN to tho Porto Poro the re result r nosuit ¬
sult of his hi tl interview with Mr Loomis LoomisTROUBLE Lmis LmisTllOrnLE LoomisTROUBLE
If I lie le Snld Sull That TliatIIeHtI la He le Had lad No iu Sympathy SympathyWith Smpth SmpthWli SnimpathyiIIn
With Wli iIIn Polygamy PolygamySALT PolsamHUT PolyamSAIr
SALT LAKE Utah Dec De 17 17I 17If If an n Inter Interview Interview interview ¬
view published pUblLhed in New York which quoted quotedSenator quotedSenalor quotedSenator
Senator Reed Smoot among other things thingsas thingM
as saying that ho had llar no sympathy Hymptby with withpolygamy withIol withpolygamn
polygamy saylnj gmn 3 is II true lre the Mormon apostle alXte Is Isliable I Ilablo isliable
liable lablo to have ha 0 trouble nt lt home homeKxUnltod hor momsExUttitod
KxUnltod State Senator Frank Can Cannon Cannon Cannon ¬
non ExUnled who wIl IH a high Mormon Iorlon elves glvC a hint of ofwhnt otwhat ofwhnt
whnt Is in II store for Smoot Ho says saysNot saysNot
Not even an apostate talo from eay the church churchwould churchwould churchotmlrt
would otmlrt say IY that ap Of course Cl1O if I Senator SenatorSmoot Senatr SenatrSmoot SenatorSenoot
Smoot has ha said all al these taS thIngs tiings he has ha ha been beendangerously beendangErOlly beendangerously
dangerously dangErOlly Indiscreet Indicet in talking Ilklg too much muchand muchand muchand
and tho quality qualty of ht hL his utterances uttmnce is I even evenmore evenmor ovenmore
more menacing menlln than the quantity quantty For ox oxchurch expreHlng oxpressIng
pressIng 10ntments sentiments lOR lees disloyal to hL hischurch I
church churh and its 18 leadership Ipnclrhlp than this tl Moses MosesThatcher MOO MosesThatcher
Thatcher was dlsfollowshlpped from frm his hisquorum hl hisquorum
quorum quorm and Wa threatened thratene diflowshlpp with wih excommunl ecmmunl ecmmunlcallon exccrnmunlcatIon j jcation I
cation catIonThatcher i iThatcher
Thatcher was WI as a I former Mormon Morot United UnitedStates Unied UnitedStates
States Htale Tatcher Senator by gubernatorial gu matral appoint appointment appint appintment appointTnent ¬ I
ment mentMOOO ment mentOOO Tnentss000
Miss ls Kate Jute M Jordan of ThIs City Cly Sues SUN a ailurIao j jllulTalo I Iuurao
llulTalo uurao Married Man ManBUFFALO MamiBerrAIo Ial IalBUFFAI
BUFFALO Dec Do 17 17Kat 17Kate Knto M t Jordan Jornn a aNew aNew I
New York newspaper reporter rportlr U I suing suingFrederick 8uingFndnrlck suingFrederick
Frederick B Hahn a married man of this thiselr thiscity i icity
elr city for JoOOO JO 3000 damages dlmagf1 for alleged alege breach breachof
of promise proml lo marry lal Tills TL Information Informationbecame IntoraUon IntoraUonbcame informationbecame
became public publc today toda whrn whfn Hahn Han who whotraet i itravels
bcame I
travels trel for tho Empire Lumber Jumier Company Companyof Compny Compnyof
of Torawrtndn olalndo filed ted a petition Pllon in voluntary yoluulny voluntaryb
1 h > nkruptcy Ikruptc in the Unite Unie d 1 States fHat District DistrictCourt DIHtrlctCourt I ICourt
Court In his petition ptlon Hahn cites ci the thl thehireach j jbreach ihrach
hrach breach of promise full ult as I a 1 possible his lluMfci 111 hisi hisJordan I
iltr i Mfci Uo Jordan became beamo engaged lgagcd to Hnhn Iahn hlahmniabout i ittlxjtit
about a I year car ago according accoring to a I state slllt sllltmlnt statemnent j jngacement
mlnt mnent laJo made b by her atorney attorney but whether whetherIlhn whethiorhahn I
Ilhn hahn WI was marrie married nt the lme time the aleged alegedengagement alleged allegedengagement
engagement went into effect efot is I not ro rocalod 1 1caled novendod
calod Hahn lives with his wife 1lfo at 170 170Kenwood 16 176Gienwood i iGenwood
Kenwood Han avenue Ie Miss Mi Jordan Joran Is I do docribed doscnibed I IribId
cribed Genwood ribId as a beautiful bauttll woman oman about bout 40 40cars 40year 40years
year years cars old She intends Intend to fight tght the to bank bankuptcy bankrptcy bankruptcy
uptcy rptcy proceedings procigs procigsBarnet proceedingsflornrttEitrSCl I IHornettl
Hornettl Barnet flornrttEitrSCl Extract tstrct of Vanilla Vanillafleltuivtlv anla anlattt aim1ilaUIed
all Icadlnr hotel and nd clubs clubsMe
ttt UIed Ad Me fleltuivtlv uclu Ich by al bolel cUbi
I Colombian Clollan Force Forel of 5OO o 0O Discovered byth bythAtlanta by the thoAtanta theAtlanta
Atlanta Atanta on 01 Gulf of Darlen DaltnAmtrlana DaltnAmtrlanaTrnrd flarlenAnierlesns flarlenAnierlesnsTurned American AmericanTurned
Turned Trnrd HaekWe Uackfl Hill UU Prevent Pennt In Invaslon Inslon inaon
vaslon slon of Panama Pnama hy h Force orO of Arm ArmiApfrtol Armbpua Armspcal
Apfrtol Caiat a Dttfalth nUlnlch to 0 TUB SUN SUNCOLON SUI SunCOIArn
COLON CLN Dec 17 17The Tlio United States Statescruiser Statescruiser
cruiser crler Atlanta Atanta Commander Comnder Turner has hasreturned hasreturne hasreturned
returned returne home from the Gulf of Darien DarienOn Daren DarenOn DarienOn
On the way alto ho overhauled a Colombian Colombianschooner Col Colombianschooner mblan mblanschoonor
schooner with troops aboard aboardThe aboar aboardThe
The Atlanta Atnnta discovered dbcere 500 50 Colombian Colombiantroops Colombiantroop8 Colombiantroops
troops In camp on tho western weter side of the thegulf thegul thegulf
gulf gul west est of the Atrato Atrto River Tho Amen American Amcrlcan Amencan ¬
can commander comm1der landed lande a party prty of marines marinesThe marne marinesThe
The Colombian commander protested protestedagainst protetd protetdaRalnt protestedagainst
against aRalnt their presence pro ence und refused per permission per11flon permission ¬
mission 11flon for them to proceed proce further There Thereupon Therupon Thereupon ¬
upon tho Americans Amlrlcal8 returned to the theAtlanta theAtanta theAtlanta
Atlanta AtlantaMAHINKH AtlantaMARINES
Atanta AtantaMAINFB
WASHINGTON W ARINOTON Dec 17 10fola 17Omolal Official confirms confirmation cntna cntnaton confirmstion ¬
tion ton of the reports rlrorts that Colombian Colombin troops troopshad troopshad troopshad
had been bn landed near jmear ear the Atrato River RiverIn Iver IverII Riveriii
In II Colombian territory terrtor close to the th isth isthmian Isthmia Isthmian ¬
mian mia border brer camo to the Xavy Department Departmenttoday Departmenttoda Departmenttoday
today toda from trol Hear Admiral Admlr1 Coghlan Ills Iliadespatch Hs Hsdespatch Illsdespntclm
despatch was as follows followsCOLON tolows tolowsCOLh followCOLON
COLON COLh Dec 17 17Atunta 17Atlanta Atlanta returned rturned from fromGulf trm trmGulf rein reinGulf
Gulf of Darien Darici Found Founr about 600 60 00 men menColombians menColomblan8 menColombians
Colombians Inland between btweel Tomato 1omlto and andTereno andTtrno andTerene
Tereno Ttrno Inlands ilnnd Had been beu landed by byCartagena byCar4gena byCartagena
Cartagena Car4gena and Pinzon Colombian gun gunboats gunbotAI gunhostel
boats botAI Gen Prior Pror Iwontl word garbled supposed supposedto
to mean Ortla commanding claimed to be besecond besecond
second to Gen Ileyes IleyesIn
In 11 consequence consoqllnc of thin thi information Inforat lOl the thebattalions theotlol thebattalions
battalions otlol of marines mrhlt landed lande at Colon Colonfrom Colontrom Colonfrom
from the Dixie Dxie and Ind the Prairie 700 70 men menIn mln mlnIn menin
In all al have been ben ordered to San Miguel MiguelBuy Mguel MguelDy MiguelBay
Buy Dy on the extreme exlrlm western webter tide Ilde of the theGulf theOul theGulf
Gulf Oul of Panama Ianarl And to the nearest Ilareft point pointon pint pinton
on the north nrh coast C01t of the Isthmus to th thGulf the theGulf
Gulf Gul of Darien DarlnnThe Oaril1 Oaril1The DarienThe
The purpose PUrAO of this action acion la to prevent preventthe preventthe
the Colombian Colomllan troops from entering Panama Panamaterritory Panamateritory Panamaterritory
territory teritory Should they do so the marine marinewill mnneA mnneAwi marineswill
will wi attempt atempt to drive them them out by force of ofarma ofarms
arms and any such luch engagement would wouldprobably wouldprobbly wouldprobably
probably probbly result rClult in il a declaration declartlon of t war waragainst warniuinst ar
against the United Ul ted States by b Colombia ColombiaFrom ColombiaFrom ColombiaFrom
From Rear Rar Admirals Admirls Gla Glass < MS s and Coghlan Coghlanthe Coghlanthl
the thl Navy avy Department Dprtment received word to today t today ¬
day dn that the thl Dixies Dlxlf marine marie battalion batlon would wouldencaiup wouldenCllp wouldencamp
encamp enCllp at Gorgoaa GoroD and the Prairies Prlrles bat battalion battlon battallon ¬
talion tlon wan WI encamped at Empire Both Boththese Doththeo Boththese
these theo places plac ore ao on 01 tho route rout of the Panama PanamaCanal PnamaCanl PanamaCanal
Canal Canl
The two battalions bttlons will w b bl he reembarked reembarkedand re mbarke
and taken taen by water to tho places place where wherethey wh wherethey re retey
they tey will await the coming of the the Colom Colombian Clom Colombian ¬ i iblan
bian forces forcesSan force forcesSari I
San Sn Miguel Pay y extends extendl inland Inllnr for a con considerable Cl ClIlderle conalderable ¬
siderable Ilderle distance dltane in I the direction dirion of tho theDarien thoDanlea j jDaren
Darien Daren Mountains MOWIIII which mark time tle bound boundary bud buda boundry ¬
ary a ry between bwe Colombia Colombi and ad Isthmian lthra Urrl Urrltoiy tri tritr tern terntony
tony tr and the battalion btalon cent lnt there te will wn be betaken b betahan
taken ten from tm Panama Pat as far toward twa the thoColombian tu tuClmb theColombian
Colombian Clmb borer border aa alt It is I possible p lblet togo togoby IQuObywatr o ob
by b bywatr bywatrThis water watr J JThe 1other
The other battalion btWowl batt4Jl d n will embark embrk at Colon Colonand Colonand Colonand
and be b token taen to a place plac near to t and on the theisthmln theithmian theiathmlan
isthmln ithmian side sid of Cape Cp Tiburon Tlburn which I lion liontho on onthe onthe
the extreme extrem western weser edge of the tle Gulf Gul of ofDarien otDarlen ofDarien
Darien and mark rrl the northern limit 1m of oftho ottho oftIme
tho boundary bundary between bten Colombia and lana Panama Pan Panm lanama ¬
ma maThe m The Te Atrato River near which hlch the Colom Colombian Colm Colomhiatt ¬ I Iblan
bian force discovered by the Atlanta In Inencamped L Liencamped
dlcovor te At1nt I Iencampcd
encamped leads inland Inlnd from the Gulf Gul of ofDarien ofDarien I IDaren
rather from of Its arms the theGulf I IGulf
Darien or fom one lI te
Daren II IIGul
Gulf Gul of Uraba and Is I deep enough to permit permittho prit pritthe I Itine
the transportation transportaton of troops troop to a point pint near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the middle mdle of the ColombianPanama ColombianPanamaboundary ColombianPanamaboudar ColombianPanamaboundary
boundary boudar line lineCOLOMBIANS lne lneCLMB1ANS linecoIONaIANS
It I Is li believed bleve hero to be the purpose purpl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Colombian Colmbia force torea to march marh overland overlandthrough oerlandthrugh overltndthrough
through thrugh the Darien mountains and into intoPanama IntoPala IntoPanama
Panama Pala territory tertoy making for tho nearest nearestarm neart neartnr nearestarm
arm nr of San Sa Miguel Bay Gen Hayes the theColombian theColomblM theColombian
Colombian envoy lnyoy here who is commander commanderinchief cmmander cmmanderInchlet commanderInchief
inchief of the national naional army ay has ha directed directedhis dirte directedhis
his hl troops trops not to t invade the Isthmus Jslhnll until untilfurther untUfurl untilfurther
further furl her orders orde1 from frm him himThe h11 h11he hintThe
The he officer orcr whose name was M garbled garbil In InAdmiral InAdmiral inAdmiral
Admiral Coghlans despatch is undoubtedly undoubtedlyGen undoubtely undoubtelyOen
Gen ton Ortiz second tcond in command commnd to Gen GenReyes Oenlo lenioyes
Reyes lo en and tho present prsent acting Commander CommanderinChief Comtander ComtanderInChet CommanderinChief
inChief InChet of orlhe the Colombian Army ArmyBeyond Armyleond ArmyLeyond
Beyond leond designating dlIlglltllg certain Infantry Inaut regi regiments reglmenls regimonte ¬
monte and artillery artiery for Isthmian Itllan service serviceund flrvlco flrvlcoanI serviceand
und anI arranging aranging for their quick transpor transportation tanpr tanprtatlon transportation ¬
tation to Colon should shoul they be deshed doh e to tosafeguard to6afeKUald tosafeguard
safeguard 6afeKUald tho ho Panama Panma Republic Hepublc and nd di directing directing dimeeting ¬
recting the organization orgaubton of another auotler bat1 bat1talton bat battalon battalion
talton talon of marines mainel for tho Isthmus the theWar tbeWar timeVar
War and Navy departments have taken takenno
no action aoton with regard to t tho presence pre8enc of ofColombian otColombian ofColombian
Colombian forces torc near n r the Panama border borderNJCAKAODA borderNICARAGUA borderNICARAGUA
1 In II n telegram lelegrm to the State RUlo Department DepartmentUnited DepartmentUnie DepartmentUnited
United Unie States Stats Minister Minilfr Merry Mery nays t8YH that thattho Ilat Ilatthe thatthe
the Government of Nicaragua has recog recognized rcg rcgnl1cd recognized ¬
nl1cd nized the thl Republic Republc of Patininn Ianlnl by b appoint appointing npplnt npplntig appointlag ¬
lag ig a Consul Conul at Panama Pnnma City This Thl In i the thetlrut thefrt thefirst
first frt recognition of If the republic republo by hya a Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral American Alrlcn nation nationTho nationho nationThe
The ho cruder cruicr Olympia failed aied from Nor Norfolk Norrolk Norfolk ¬
folk for Colon this thll thii morning Upon her herarrival herarival herarrival
arival arrival at Colon Hear Admiral Coghlan Coghlannow
now there Ilero on lImo Mayflower tafower will I shift his hisHag hisfag hisflag
Hag fag to her herPRESIDENT her1llSIJE1 herIIWSIDEXT
PRESIDENT 1llSIJE1 UPHOLDS PlllDS LOOMIS LOOMISrongratulateB LmJ1S LmJ1SConratutatrs LOOI1SConratulattS
rongratulateB Him Im on 01 Ills Is Npeeeh In Which WhichHe 1lllcl flilcIilie
He le Served Jernd Warning on Latin latnnrrlcD latnnrrlcDWAA America AmericaWASHINGTON nierieaYASUINIIT0N
WASHINGTON WAA INOTON Dec De IT 1Presldent 17President President Rooie Rooieolt Role Roleelt Roosevolt
volt olt congratulated congrtulated acting nctDg Secretary Iecrltar of ofItate otStute ofState
State Locmls en the speech made at tho thoQuill theQuill
Quill QII Club dinner In New York on Tuesday Tuesdaynight Tuesdaynight ueday uedaynigh I
nigh night in which Mr Ir Loomis Looml upheld tho thoAdministrations theMtmlnistrations i
Administrations action on the Isthmus Isthmusnnd t tand iand
Admlnllrton ncton
and served a warning on some of the Latin LatinAmerican LatinMnenican
American Amerian republics republc that Uln they had better betterabandon beter beterabandon betterabandon
abandon the revolution reoluton habit It was LtnI a for forthis torUI fortints
this UI speech lph that Mr Loomis Lomis was Wi criticised criticisedby crltlol d dhy
by Senator Sfnator Gorman in the th Senate this tbll after afternoon aCer aCernoon afternoon ¬
noonMr noonMr noon noonMr
Mr Roosevelt H congratulations were weredelivered wrodllverfd weredelivered
dllverfd delivered personally pelolalv while Mr tr Loomis LoomUwas Loml
was wa calling calug at the White House HOtse There Therewere 111erewero iiierovero
were a nunil numher > er of people Ieopl in II the Presidents Presidentsoffice prldentH prldentHofc Ptcsidentsomen I
office ofc at than 111 time and an Mr Roosevelt UoBeelt de delivered dcIvlrld dollvored ¬
livered Ivlrld his hiI praise of Mr Loomis Lomi In a voice voiceloud voiceloud olceloud
loud enough for all al of them to hear hearMINISTER hear1IIXISTER I IJIXISnll
11t The tie Senate rlatc Confirms Conlrm the Nomination Nomtnton of ofWilliam ofUllllnni I
William 11111 I Iluphanan IluphananWASHINGTON Uuthanan UuthananWASUIhOTOh llucIiananWASuINGT0N
WASHINGTON WASUIhOTOh Dec Dl 17 1Tho 17Tue Tho Senate con coninned cn cnfnne confinned
finned fnne today ton the nomination of William WilliamI iiam j
I I Buchanan of New York to be Minister MInster MInsterto Ministerto i io
to o the new Republic Republo of Panama Congress OnreA I Iha Ihas
ha has 103 not vet created create that list office ofce and nd con cne cnequenty connie conniequently e eluently
for his hisialary hIssalary
luently quenty has made mae no appropriation apprpraon hl
salary alar Tho President Plldent however has hA au auhority authorty authonity
hority thorty to appoint appint in such emergentcee emergentceeind tmergenlt
and his hi salary salnr will vl be b paid pad out of the ho con coningent rn rntnpent contingent
ingent fund of the State Stae Denarluent Depar Depani nt until untilrqvision unti untilimnovislon
lrLlon Afrprstnn imnovislon tnpent AppropriatIon > rqvision ismade Im bill tl e for it I In the Diplomatic DiplomatictppropriaUnn tPp1omat4oAppropriatIon 1lomaii
Nelly Nely Roilne Told Toldflther Other Boarders Boarers She Shebeen Shed ShedUeen Shedieen
been ieen the Singer Seamstress SeamitrcsiNelly Itamltre ItamltreNely SeamstressNehly
Nelly Nely Roelne Roine 35 years year old who accord according accordIng accordlag
ing to t tho boarders barer at 100 JO East Et Nineteenth Nlneteentlstreet Ninetenth Ninetenthstraet NineteenthStreet
street said RId that she was WI employed as asseamstress a a aeMI1tr aseamnantrewi
seamstress eMI1tr by Mme Nordlca Norica until unti a fei feidays few tewday fewdays
days day ago killed klAd herself hellr by inhaling Inhalng ga gaon gaon gas gason
on Wednesday Weneay Wedneadaynight night and was wa found In her hoiroom herroom herroom
room yesterday yesterdayThe YCteray YCterayThe yeterdayThe
The woman went to the boarding boaring houstabout houst housoabout
about abut two weeks wck ago and told William Wllal s 8Docker sDoker SDookerwhoruns
Docker Doker Dookerwhoruns who runs rn it that tat she was employed employedby
by Mme Nordlca Noric and that Ilat she had ao aocompanted aocmpnll socompanied
companied cmpnll the singer lger around arund Europe Eurp one onehad Md Mdhad andhad
had come to this thl country cuntry with her She Shihired Shohire Shehired
hired hire a room on the top floor foor On Wednes Wednesday Wfne Wednesday
day she Iho told some of the te boarders brdel that tat she shehad shehad shehad
had lost l0t her place plae and didnt know how howshe howshe howshe
she was going to t support supprt herself herselfThat herl herselfThat
That Tt evening she bade bae evory one good goodnight goodnight
night nigh and said that she was very ery tired Irolnd Irolndintende and andintended andintended
intended intende to t sleep slcp late the next day No Noone Noone Noone
one went to her room when she did not notappear notappear notappear
appear yesterday ycterday morning Late In the theafternoon theatteroon theafternoon
afternoon atteroon a maid knocked and got no noanswer noIlwer noanswer
answer Ilwer The maid smelled smelo gas and told toldMr toldMr toldMr
Mr Decker who broke down the door doorand doorand doorand
and found the woman lying in bed be with witha wih wiha
a rubber rbber tube tub which was wa connected cnnected with withthe withthe withthe
the gas gl jet In her mouth mouthMmo mouthMmo mouthMma
Mmo Nordica Nordic Is out of town townSENATOn townSENATOR
With Others Olhrr for Alleged rsed Graft Graf In Appoint Appointnients Appint Appintmrnts AppoIntIlients
nients In Nebraska NebraskaOMAHA NebraskaOMAUA lebraskaOMAnA
OMAHA Neb Dec Dc 17 17ThA The Federal FederalGrand FederalOrnr FederalGrand
Grand Ornr Jury Jur which wl ch has he been bn Investigating Investigatingthe Inve tgatng tgatngthe
the alleged alejcd graft grf in postmaster postlBter appoint appointnients appointments appointniente
nients of Senator Snator Dietrich Detroh will 1 adjourn adjourntonight adjourntonight
tonight This Th afternoon atteron a number numbr of ofindictments ofIndlotments ofindictments
indictments were wer returned returnedSenator rtured rturedSnator returnedSenator
Senator Snator Dietrich Dietrch was walndlcted Indicted for profiting profitingas prftig prftigae
as a Member MemlJr of Congress Congrl by a contract contractentered contrct contrctenterd contractentered
entered enterd into Int with 111 the Government This Thisindictment Thil Thisindiotment
indictment Indioulent grew grw out of the Hastings Hastigs post postoffice postofo postomco
office ofo affair ainlr and nd I la returned rtumed on account acunt of ofDietrichs otDietric ofDietnichs
Dietrichs Dietric ownership 01nelhl of the poet office officebuilding ofce ofcebuiding officebuilding
building buildingGen buiding buidingGn buildingben
Gen Gn Colby exAdjutnntOeneral exAdJutlntnerl of Ne Nebraska Nebraela Nebrashia ¬
braska braela and ad formerly tonerly Assistant Al8tnt Attorney AttorneyGeneral Atomey AtomeyGenerl AttorneyGeneral
General Generl of the United States Sttu was Indicted Indictedfor idictd idictdror indictedfor
for embezzling lmbzllg approximately apprxlmawly 3000 0 of ofGovernment otGovlrment ofGovernment
Government Govlrment funds tuncl thirtyeight thlyelght counts countsbeing counlebing countsbeing
being bing found and Elliott Elott Lowe Lvie for con conspiring canspirlg conspiring ¬
spiring spirlg to bribe brb Dietrich and accepting accptng acceptingltxxm
11000 10 ltxxm for that purpose PUr08 This grew grw out of oftho ortho ofthe
tho alleged aleg d sale slo of thn Alma post offloo offlooappointment ofo omocappoIntment
appointment appointmentGen
Gen Gl Colby turned tured over to boy Go Hickey Hlckeytoday Hickeyloy Hickeytoday
today cash csh to cover over the amount with withheld withheld withheld ¬
held byjiim by Jll from trm tho sale Ile of Government Governmentblankets Goverment Govermentbanket Governmentblankets
banket blankets to the State Stat an a alleged aleged amount amounting amountlag ¬
lag g to 12283 12283KILLED 12 283 283KILLED
Negro Ntlo Who bo Tried Tied to Hob an IndlanapoUMerchant IndlanapoU IndlanlpUI IndlanlpUIUtrcbam IndlanmepofliMerchant
Merchant Shot Sot Dead Dad by b Policemen PolicemenINDIANAPOLIS Poloemen PolicemenINDIANAPOLIS
INDIANAPOLIS INDINAPLIS Deo 17 nA A negro negC who whowas whowalldenWfat whowas
was walldenWfat Identified identifl d at the morgue Uorle aa l a Wllliem WllliemTolllver Wlllm WlllmToWver WilliamToUtver
Tolllver wentto wenrti the thtecc Rreepcr ner store stot on West WestWashingtonafreet W6t W6tWahl WestWashhmgtonstreetAt60ciock
Washingtonafreet Wahl WashhmgtonstreetAt60ciock ntt at0 t oclock o01 this UI evening eveningand evnig evnigad eveningand
and ad aakedto u see some 11 lace J curtains e George1 George1Itaeencr G OeOI6Rseenrt
Itaeencr Re took tk tookbijeitotbthtrdIleor him bb to t th thirdfloor tlNlor andas andasthey ad andaethey IN INthey
they landed lnde from frm the te elevator elevatr the te negro negrodrew neg negrodrew
drew dr a raxor rr and ad grabbing gabbig Resener Resenerby enerby by the thearm te tea thearm
arm a demanded dernande his hl money moneyResener mney moneyResenar I
Resener Reener tried tre to t throw trow tho te man off ot but butbe buthe buthe
he sloshed slahe at him with wit the te razor razr cutting cuttingtlie cuttng cuttngtl cuttirJgthe
the tl e merchant on the hand face and andshoulders andhouldors andshoulders
shoulders A desperate deperat struggle followed followedand folowe followedand i iand
and when the uproar was Wi heard her by the theclerks thocerkl tineclerks
clerks cerkl below blow James Jame Beatty and W L LResenar LHeseor Lhlesener
Resenar Heseor hurried hured to the rescue rsuv The le two twomen twomun twomen
men seized Mlzd chinaware ohlawar and every evr available availablearticle aallble aallbleIrtcle availablearticle
article Irtcle and hurled It at the negro negr Tho Thonogro Thonp Thenegro
negro np gr covered cverd with wth blood blo ran r to the ole olevator eleVII oievator
VII vator or seized el1d lzed the elevator elevatr rope rop and slid ld to tothe tothe tothe
the basement basementHurried bmont bmontHUIIl baaetnontHurried
Hurried HUIIl calls el for or the police polc brought broughtPatrolman hroughtPatrolmn broughtPat
Patrolman Patrolmn Pat rolmin Duggan Dugga Detectives Detecive Askeren Askerenand AskEren AskErenand Askerenand
and Hull Iun and others other The Te police plc went to tothe tothe tothe
the basement basment for their man mn The negro negrosprang negrosprang negrosprang
sprang from concealment cnolment on the te stairs on onthe onthe ontime
the loading leing officer ofCr It I chanced chnc to be Aske Askeren Ake Akeren Aikeren ¬
ren who received reive wounds in the side and andhead andho andhead
head headAll ho headAll
All Alot of the officers ofcrs opened opene fire tre and ad several severalbullets lverl lverluUets severalbullets
bullets struck strck the desperate deperto man He fell fellIn feUIn fellIn
In a heap dead ded The Te injuries Injuree of his hi victims victimsare vctme vctmeare
are not fatal fatalOVER tatalonm fatalOEIf
OVER MAYOR AlOR WEAVERS VETO VETOPhiladelphia VETOPhladrlphla VETOPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phladrlphla Councils cuotls Pus llle the 8IOM 510000000 510000000Loan > oooo ooooLoan
Loan Lan Dill Bi Under tnder Orders OrdersPHILADELPHIA OrdenPJLADJLHU OrdersPltItADSLPIIIA
PHILADELPHIA PJLADJLHU Dec Do 17 17Mayor Mayor Weaver Weavervetoed Wevr Wevrveto Weavervetoed
vetoed veto the 19000000 1100 Loan Lan bill bi today today and andin andInle8 andIn
in Inle8 less than an hour both bth branches branchO of Coun Councils Cou Coucll Cotmoils ¬
oils cll passed ped the measure maur over that tht veto vetoIn vetoIn eto etoI
In I Select Slec Council Cuol the vote ote was wa unanimous unanimousin unnimu
in Common Council Counci sixteen members membr fol followed tollowe followed ¬
lowed lowe the Mayor The bill bi will wi now go gobefore Sobror gobefore
before bror the voters oter at the th February Febrry election electionThis eleoton eleotonTbll electIonThis
This is probably probbly the beginning bginning of t > pen penwarfare pn pnwarfar pcnwarfare
warfare warfar between btwen Mayor Weaver and the theRepublican theRpblcan theRepublican
Republican Rpblcan machine Durham the party partybosscalled partybosscalled
py pylJcled
lJcled bosscalled back tho loan bill bl from Common CommonCouncil Cmmon CmmonCounciialt CommonCouncil
Council Counciialt last week because bcuo MayorWoaverhad MayorWoaverhadtold MaotWoAver had hadt hadtold
told t old him hlmthatlnc that ho would veto eto It in its Is present presentform prntform presentform
form Then Thn at the eleven W hour bou It was wasdecided wasdecided 1
decide decided that t nothing nohing couldTO culd could I gained gaine by byfurther b bfurther byfurther
further postponing pOftpnng the conflict onnlc Councils Councilsreceived Co Councilsreceived ncll
received rolvod their orders orel The bill bi was wa passed passedOpen pued puedOpn passedOpen
Open Opn warfare wartar Is on 01 and a bill ll will willbe wi willbe
be pushed Ilshsd through the next Legislature Legislaturethat giBlatur
that will wi render rendlr the Mayor powerless powerlessIt powerlelsIt
It is the thE first frt time tme in ten years year that the theMayors theMayors theMayors
Mayors veto eto has ha been bn overridden overriddenDOUBLE overriddenDOUnU overriddenDOUI3LE
Preacher Startlnc tartn on 01 Hid 18 Ilonhoon IlonhoonIlarle HoneymoonMarries Honeymoon HoneymoonMarries
Marries Ilarle Two T other Conplei ConpleiLEXINGTON CoopllIFXINOTON ConpieiLEXIN0T0N
LEXINGTON IFXINOTON Ky Dec Dc 17The 17TI Rev Re E C CBeck Cck CDeck
Beck ck pastor ptor of the Methodist church chur at atCollege atCoUeil atCollege
College CoUeil Hill Hi Madison Madisn county cunt was Wi married marriedthis maried mariedthl marriedthis <
this thl morning to Miss MI8 Mary Mar Lackey Lcke and andshortly andshorly andshortly
shortly shorly after the ceremony crmony cercmon the bridal brdal couple couplehoarded Cuple Cuplebrdod coupleboardod
hoarded brdod n 1 train trin for Lexington Lxnjon to sptnd sptndtheir lpnd lpndtholr apndtheir
their honeymoon hone 1on To his hl surprise lurprl Mr MrBeck MrBck MrBeck
Beck Bck found four tou members membr of his flock fok on onthe onthe onthe
the same e train trn bound bund for tills city on matri matrimony mtr matnimony ¬
mony bent bnt having hving already Ilread secured llured their theirlicences theirIcnfs theirlicenses
licenses Icnfs in Richmond Robmond To add a I tinge tllO of ofromance orrmanc ofromance
romance rmanc to the wedding werdlng the young people peopleallowed peoploalowed Poiioallowed
alowed allowed the newly married mared minister mlnller to per perform pr prfor perform ¬
form for tho doubt wedding weddnl on the train the theconductor theonductor theconductor
conductor onductor giving the tie brides brldls away awayNEW awayEJ awayNEIl
Larkin LArin > Injured Injued at a Fire Fre Whleh blrh Did Dd Much MuchDamage MOII Muelilialmiale I
Damage nalasf to Merchant Stocks StocksThroe StOtkl StOtklThro StocksThree
Throe Thro alarms alar8 were wer sent lont out lost Ilt night nlphtor nh nightfor
for or a fire fre with wih a lot of smoke which did dida
a i lot of damage damae in the te five story ItOr loftbuild loftbuildng loft buid buidIng build building
Ing ng at 85 8 Franklin street strt The heaviest heaviestoss helet heavIestloss
108 loss oss was WI wa that of Freund Poise A < fcCo Co linen lnen linenimporters I Importers IIm
importers Im rter who had ha stock ltk valued vaue at 75000 75000offered 75000in 500 500In
In time buiding building Twosuspender o Bp6nder nns firma allo also alsosuffered I Ilutered
offered lutered sufferedThomas j
Thomas Thoma Larkln Lakin a new battalion bttlon chief oet oetU chiefwas I Iaa I
was aa exploring explorng the wreck wrk after atr the thefire fire tre was wa i iut Iout Iout
out ut when hen a heavy hf Y Jle piece of ofglauis glass Ia struck etrck his hishead j
hM head IP1CIH Id qpd cut It bl badly don nr Jli t hOIIt hospital woud wound 1ae 1aeIP1CIH warn ad and andJ1s II
J1s rprf reported untr unfit Or r dut duty dutyj
j 1 1 =
Galveston Police Polce Arrest Arrltt an Agitator AgitatorWho tItatorilio Ilator Ilatorho
Who ho Denounced Denouce Itooserelt RooseelPlana RooseveltPlans Plans of ofPublic ofhlo ofPublIc
Public hlo BullUlnici DuldinKI Found I ound on Him HimNaraet 1m 1mNamel HimNames
Names of Well WIl Known Jnown Men IIIl Listed MileclGALVBSTON UltrdOALVE8TON ListedGALVESTON
GALVESTON Tex Dec n 17A A man who whosays who8YS whoBays
says 8YS he is II Charles Pierzon Plerzn an organizer organ1er for forthe torthe forthe
the Socialist 80lalst Labor Lbr party was WI arrested arreto by bythe b bthe bythe
the police plc tonight tnlght for attempting atemptng to de deliver ce celver cialiver ¬
liver lver an Anarchist speech on the street streetHe ftreet ftreetHe streetlie
He had ha gathered gathee a crowd crowe of 300 3 people pop1e and andwas andWI andwas
was WI denouncing the President Prolident and the Gov Government G Gouornment ¬
ernment erment and Inciting Incitng an uprising of the thnlaboring thAlaboring thelaboring
laboring claJsos cl C when the police ple placed placedhim place placedhim
him under uner arrest arrestFrom aret aretFom arrestFrom
From Fom the men who came to t his hi assistance assistanceat
at the te police polcetatlun station the thedlpartmeut department believes believesit believesithias
it ithias has ha unearthed unlarthe a scheme schemeof of the theAnarchists theAnarchistsSeveral Anarchists AnarchistsSeveral Anarchit
Several Sverl Sicilians 81cll known to the pollen polc as asAnarchists 18 18Anrchlt8 asAnarchists
Anarchists Anrchlt8 avowed uvowe friendship trendMhlI for the man manand lan lannnd manand
and nnd the tle police Slc have recovered re vel records relordl and andinformation andIntormton andInformation
information Intormton of alleged aUege plots plot which they theywill theywU theywill
will wU not give out in detail detailRough dewlRough detailRough
Rough plans pln of several 6vorl buildings buiding have havebeen mnIn havebeen
been In found and It is said sid they thlY are the plans plansof plansof
of tho homes homlI of men prominent in the af affairs attalr affairs ¬
fairs talr of the national naional Government Goverment und that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the While Wble House HoU at Washington Is I one oneof oneor oneoftIom
of oftIom oftIomComxnunioations thom thomCommunications m mCmunicton
Communications Cmunicton were received receive from fromPaterson fromPaWNon fromPaterson
Paterson PaWNon N J Chicago and Now York city cityby rty rtyby cityby
by the Galveston Galvetn Anarchists Anarchits and tho Inter Interpretation Interprttation Interpretatlon ¬
pretation prttation of one on of them appears appar to t reveal reveala
a plot of the Anarchists Anarchlt throughout the theUnited theUnite theUnited
United Unite States Stat with headquarters headquartor at Chicago ChicagoAll ChlcaKoAl
All Al of the local locl Anarchists Anarhlls are ar being beingshadowed bing bingIhadowed beingshadowed
shadowed and the department has com communicated communicted centmunieated ¬
municated municted with wih the police polc departments departmelts of ofWashington otWashington ofWashington
Washington and ad ani New York Two lists Ilts of ofnames orJael ofnames
names Jael with the addressss addrf 8 of well lt known knownmen knownmen knownmen
men have hve been bn found foundPierzon roundPier foundPierzon
Pierzon Pier on refuses reru to give glv any explanation explanationof esplnton i iot
of his hil acts and defies defel the police to prose prosecute pros prosecute ¬
cute hlmv hi him He is a swarthy Iwarhy young oun man mannbort mannbott manabout
about nbott 30 sl 3tYyeara years YI1r8 old apparently IPPlrelly well wel edu educated eu edmicated ¬ I Irte
cated rte < and speaks speks English glsh fluently fuenty The TheOalveston Te TheGalveston I IGalvMtn
Galveston GalvMtn labor leaders havo denounced denouncedhim denounc denouncedhint
him as lS an enemy eney to the laboring Inborlg classes classesand cuel cleasesand 1 1and
and will wl have nothing to do with wth him hi He Hedeclares le Hedeclares I IdeclarC
declares declarC he is simply following tolowng his hi lifes lifeswork lfes lifeswork I Iwork
work workMR workun workIR
Refines RtrUllS to Shake Handi lamll With Wih Him 11m Because Becanseof
of Something Somethtnl He le Published PUhllhed Long Lne Ago ABOWASHINGTON AgoWAShINGTON I
WASHINGTON WASIINGTON Dec De 17 17Horey 17Harvey Harvey W Scott Scottthe Sott SottU Scottthe
the U veteran editor and proprietor ropretor of the thePortland to thePortland i iPortland
Portland Oregonian Orfgoniar and friend of states statesmen etats etatsmen statesmen ¬
men mot Jet Senator Sntor Hoar loar of Massachusetts Massachusettsin Ml18chutt
in the Senate Snto elevator today todayHujr todayH todayHur
Hujr H v do you do Senator said Md Mr MrScott MrScott r rSott
Scott Sott extending extndng his hil hand handi
i I will wi tell you why I must mUt refuse retuB to toshake toshae toshake
shake shae hands ha with you replied repled Mr Hoar HoarWhy Hoa RoarWiiy
oWI Why ia lam It asked ake Mr M Scott ScottBecause Stt ScottBecause
Because Bause your JOu newspaper nwlpape once on published publishedan puUebd puUebdan
I an editorial etcrla1 cruelly cel reflecting re ldnl on a dear dearfriend dAlr
friend of mine At the te time the t11 late hi Senator SenatorMerrill Bnawr
Merrill IUo of Vermont Vet roDt mont WJLJIreelecfed w r rep3eced ttet to the theSenatetor th sheSenate
Senatetor Senate for what w at provedtiibe prqv prqved to be hit tate h1 last tcrpi tcrpiybup terntybtit
ybup paper aper published a paragraph pIBIJh ajrJnr sAyIbgthat ajrJnrthat b bthat
yu that thn n reason reaon Mr Merrill Morl refused rorU to t die diewas diewe
was we that he was w too t stingy sUng to t pay funeral funeralexpenses funeralexpenea I
expenses expensesI expenes expenesI
I dd not write wrie the editorial eiorlll and never neverheard neverheard I Ihlud
heard hlud of It I before protested prot te Mr Scott SoottThat Stt SttThat ScottThat
That makes maM no difference dfeJence said Mr MrHoar MrHoar i
Hoar You were the editor edior and wore re responsible responble responslble ¬
sponsible sponble So I cannot shake fhako hand with withyou withyou itl
you I
youThen Then Ten I turn my back on you ou said lild Mr MrScott MrSott MrScott
Scott Sott and he dd so soTO soTO I
Michael loh1 Cudahy Cdah and W J Chalmer Calme to toAsilDt t ttsbst
AsilDt In II Cleaning Cleantnl Up UpCHICAGO UpCUCGO UpCumcoo I
CHICAGO CUCGO Deo 17 1Tho 17Those Those Interested Inwrlted In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the anticrime antcrime crusade crsde were wer elated this thisevening thisevenig thisevening
evening evenig over the number of well known knownmen ko knownmen n nmen
men who had expressed exprs8ed willingness wUngt8 to toserve toserve I Isre
serve sre on the committee commlto which hich is I to super supervise supervisa ¬
vise vIs the work workMichael worlMichal workMichael
Michael Michal Cudahy president preident of tho Cudahy CudahyPacking CudahyPackig CudahyPacking
Packing Packig Company Compny and W J Chalmers Chalmersvicepresident Chalmer Chialtnorsvicepresident
vicepresident vceprldent of the AllisCtialmers AIUhalmel Com Company Compnr Conipany ¬
pany pnr were wer among those th0 who sent in word wordthat wor wordthat i ithat
that they would accept acept places on the com committee conimittee ¬ i imite
mittee mitteeAcceptances mite mitteeAcceptances t tCeplance
Acceptances Ceplance from men so prominent prminent In Inthe Inth inthe
the th community communiy as a Mr Cudahy and Mr MrChalmers MrCbaler MrChalmers
Chalmers Cbaler assure a8uro us lS that much will wl be ac accomplished a acompllehe ancompilehed ¬
complished compllehe toward t ward putting down crime and andlawlebhneus ad adlawlOne andlawlesismiess
lawlebhneus lawlOne in Chicago said sid Budge R S STuthlll STthl STuth
Tuthlll TuthlllWithin Tthl Tuth Ill Ill9ithln
Within Wlthl a few days the full rul committee cmmit of oftwentyfive ortwentyfve oftwentyfive
twentyfive twentyfve members membr will wi be made up and andthe Ind Indth andthe
the th active Ithe work will U then begin What will willbe w wb wIllbe
be b done don and the manner of doing it will willbe willbe 1
be b decided deide by the committee cOlmlttee when the themembers themsbr themembers
msbr members get glt together togetherGETS togetherGETS togetherGETS
Carneiln Company Alpan1 Bid Dll of S8OOooo S8OOoooLower 80 500000Lower
Lower Lwer Than lan Those or Encllth Companies CompaniesSp CompanluSprlal CompaniesSpulal I
Sp Sprlal col Cable Ca Dttpalth la TUB Sex SDKCONSTANTINOPLE SUI SexCONSThNT1NOPL1
CONSTANTINOPLE CONSATINOrLE Dec eo 17 t7The The Carnegie Carnegiecompany Carnegiecompany I
has obtained contract to furnish furnishrolls furnishrails
company ompan h obtaIne a cntract I Iral8
rolls ral8 for the Hedjaz lejnz Railway Halwa In Arabia ArabiaThe ArebiaThe AnibiaThe
The American Americn companys ompBnys bid was WI 100000 100000The l 160000The O
The bids bldl of the English Englsh manufacturers were weremuch i i imuch
much higher higherMRS hlhlr hlhlrMnS higherMRS
Has the thf highest Ishlt Bowline Oolnl Score of the theNeaion tbeNeaon theSeason
Season In Hoboken 10boken for n Woman WomanMrs WomanMrs lomanMrs
Mrs James Jamet L ary of Hoboken who ho is issecretary Ie8reta Issecretary
secretary 8reta of tine Lady Ldy Washington WAhngton Bowling BowlingClub Bowlng BowlngCu BowlingGui
Club Cu which bowls 11011 ono afternoon atteroun each eachweek eaohwtk eachweek
week wtk on the Berkeley Brkeley Club alleys ales In Jersey JerseyCity JereyCty JerseyCity
City Cty has been asked akcd to resign rr6gn She Inns baebcn Innsbeen j
been bcn accused acUed of talking too much about the theclub theclub I Iclub
club but she denies the allegation Ilegaton and nays naysshe Ias saysshe I Ishl
she shl doesnt propose to resign resignMrs relign resignMrs
Mrs Mrl Leary a has hl the I he reputation rpulaton of being beingone beingone beingone I
one of the most mos Iskitul lekilful skilful bowlers bwler of her sex sexIn eexIn sexin
In Hudson Hudln county cunt i iHer
Her highest hllhet score Br of the season In is 217 2 2It 2a7It j j
It is I said lald that the trouble between botwren Mrs MrsLeary Mr MrsLeary
Leary ar and some smo of time members memhor was as orlgl orlglnally orlglnai oniginally
nally nai caused caul by b a remark rmark to the effect Ifet that thather Illather thather
her high hl h scores BTS were wer duo to her stepping steppingover seppimgover
over the IhE chalk line lne before cuo delivering dllerln SIEppng SIEppngover the theball thebal tineball
ball bal This Thl however hn han been disproved disprovedSeveral dilprvpd dilprvpd8Ceral lisprovedSeveral
Several 8Ceral of the womon bowlers bowiei have denied deniedlha1 denlodthai deniedthe
thai any amnyofthenm of them Ihlnnr ore arojealotieofMrs jealous jealolR of Mns II Learys Learysabilitya Lars Larsabiiy Learsability
ability abiiy 1 as bowler a bwler Theysaythatlheywillbo Theysaythatlheywillboglad 1lea Tluy say thatlhl that I hey w will bo bogiad I Ipln
glad pln to have hat her continue cntinue a member mfmher if I she shecan he i ican Icln
can cln prove prve that she hasnt hant talked talke too much muchabout j jabout Iabut
about abut the club mend nd itsaffalrs IIalnlr IIalnlrPOltmtlr itsaffairsPostmaster j jPoitmaiter
Postmaster POltmtlr Van an Cott Cot Has I a Bad Cold ColdPostmaster C11 C11Postmaster ColdPostmaater
Postmaster Cornelius Van an Cott Is ill I at athis athi athis
his hi home 103 I 10 West Eightysixth street streetsuffering strllt strlltsuerln streetsuffering
suffering suerln from a severe sever cold He has been beenconfined bn bnconned beenconfined
confined conned to his bed b since Inc Friday Fridy It was wasfirst aa j
first tlt feared feare that tt Mr Van Cott Col was threat threatened throt throtene threatened ¬
ened ene with wih pneumonia pneumona but his physician physiciansaid
said ld yesterday yestrdy that no symptoms of this thisy tll thismalady
malay malady y had developed develop and that tht the thepatients theptente thepatients
patients ptente condition cnditon had greatly graty improved improvedTh improve
Th The Pioneer PIonee Limited Limie to St I Paul Paulend Pal PalAnd Psaland
And MumttpoUi MlalU I II without wihout an Al eau eQuilin eQual l In eioclline eolhncf esoelisecc I
9t c t eaulpm tquPIt equpqaJmie5oMUwaukce nU Wfl 8r Wwulc Ulwimkee 1 lib B p PRlr PIiailPar ii
Jullny Rlr Ml tl firoadnav BroadwayASs r ChTAA ChTAAn X i
4000 40 XMAS TREES BURNED BURNEDPhiladelphia nUllED nUllEDPhUadlllbla DUnNEDPhliadciphia
Philadelphia PhUadlllbla Syndicate SIlte Syndleatopestro Detroyi Dttros Thlrt ThlrtCarloads 1lrt 1lrtCrloads ThlrtCarloads
Carloads Crloads In Raise the Price PricePHILADELPHIA Plel PlelPILADELrlA PricePIIILADSLPIIIA
PHILADELPHIA PILADELrlA Dec 17 t7Frlghtened Frightened at atthe atthe atthe
the prospect prospet of an overstocked oyertke market marketand Urket Urketand marketand
and a serious serouH financial fnnolal low lo s the Christmas ChristmasI Christinatree
I tree tr syndicate 8ydlote here Into this thi afternoon de decided declded decidod ¬
cided upon tho destruction detructon of thirty thiry full fullI tul fullcarloads
I carloads carlod of spruces IprUC0 and pines that tht were werelying werei werehying
i lying in the tlo West Wet Philadelphia Phiaelphia yards of oftho ottho ofthe
tho Pennsylvania Pennyhanl Railroad Ialro thereby cutting cuttingthe cuttng cuttngI cuttingthe
the supply in half halfAt hIr hIrAt halfAt
I At dusk this thi evening a locomotive loomotve started startedout etrtd etrtdout startedout
out of the switchyard Iwltchyar with a string of fif fifteen ft ftI fifI
I teen tfn cars al These were run to a dump some somedistance sonmodistance omoditc
distance ditc from tho city olt where they wero weresaturated werolturat werosaturated
saturated lturat with wih oil 01 and tho torch put to t them themA
A second secnd string of cars car was afterward attelar taken takento tken tkent
to t the same sme place placeAltogether p1 placeAltogether
Altogether Alogether 4000 0 trees tree were wer consumed be between beI
I tween t n dusk and midnight midnigh There Tero are now nowin nowI nowin
I in Philadelphia Phllelphl about 3000 30 trees treel to t supply supplynormal ilpply ilpplyanrml supplya
anrml a normal demand emnd of 5000 5000TO 60 6000TO
TO KEEP ISLE OF OFOpposition PINES PINESOpposition IIEOpJlllon
OpJlllon Opposition to the Treaty 1at or Cession Makes MakesIt Uakls UaklsI
It I Impossible Inll051tble That It I Can CanUI Be Ratified RatlHrdWASHINGTON RaUnll RatifiedSVASHINOT0N
WASHINGTON WA8INOTON Dec 17 1In 17In In the executive executivesession eXlcuto eXlcuto1l81on oxecutlvosession
session 1l81on of the Senate matt today opposition opposltor1 to tothe tothe
the Isle 110 of Pines Plcs treaty trat developed to such suchan suchan suchan
an extent extnt as 8 to make it appear apPr improbable improbablethat
that it will 1 bo b ratified ratted Protests IrotcBtl were werepresented wer werepresented
presented prsentd by b Senators Snator frt f Intoni ai a number nUlbr of ofStates otStW8 ofStates
States StW8 against aganst ceding cding the island 1 land to Cuba CubaOne CubaOne
One objection objeton urged urge wa a that tho War WarDepartment WarDrparlmmt VarDepartment
Department Drparlmmt through throuh Gen Wood Woor had hadtaken hadtaen hadtaken
taken taen matters mater out of the hands of the De Department OeJlrtment Dcprtment ¬
of State and had in effect
partment Jlrtment efet at attempted attemp attempted
tempted temp to t trade the Isle of Pines PJne to Cuba CubaI Cba CbaIn Cubain
I in exchange for coaling coalng stations Ulons It was wasasserted Wa Walerle wanasserted
asserted lerle that tht citizens cltuM of twenty States Stateswere Statewero Stateswere
were interested Interte in the Isle Ile of Pines Pinl many manyof manyot manyIf
of If them thlm living lving there ther and facing fllng ruin mn in incose InCIO incase
case CIO Cuba becomes bOmf8 owner ower of the inland inlandHRIGGEN IRlandIllllOE island1IIIIGGEN
I Have lne Vet ct to Hear lea a a single Siore Army Am Officer omeerApprove OmCfr OmCfrApprovl OfficerApprove
Approve Approvl Ills Is Nomination NominationDENVER Nominaton NominatonDrNvrn NominationDanvn
DENVER DrNvrn Col Dec 17 11 17I I have just this thisto thi thista
to t ta say sy about about the to Presidents Presentl appointment appointmentof
of Gen Wood Woo to t be MajorGeneral MajorGnerRIlt it is isgenerally i Isgenerally
generally generaly unpopular with wih army men I Ihave Ihae Ihave
have hae yet to hear a single army ary officer of r ap approve approve approve ¬
prove it itThis It ItIhis
This ThL WAS WI said lald this thi morning mornl < by BrigGen BrigGenH BrlglnH
H C Merriam Merrim retired retre who arrived arhld last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night from Washington WashingtonSuch Washingtn WashingtonSuch
Such appointments continued cntiue Gen GenMerriam Genltrmm benMerriam
Merriam ltrmm tend to unsettle unettto the army and andinjure andInjure
injure Iljur lie It morale morle That U i to say y it dint discourages di dintcourages ¬
courages courge and disappoints diappoit officers ofcer who have havedev6tod hovedevoted i idev
devoted dev te their thei whole lives lve to t studying their theirprofession thi theirprofession
profession a large largf number nlmber of them having havinggiven bavln bavlnghen havinggiven
given forty or more years yer to service srvic without withoutincurring wihout wihoutleulIg withoutincurring
incurring leulIg criticism citcim or failing faiig in any duty dutyDEALING dut dutDEALINO dutyPEALING
Nebraska Neblk Court our Decide Deelde DeefdeaTlmat That lt a Specnlator Specnlatoroption Spe Speenhatortk I or orNoeP
tk NoeP ioi P j jmHcoN
pn mHcoN 1ebs Ieb5h r 17Peahint 7 Jn in n npt
option pti tn In I b grain 8al ah oH > thtfAWIcatp tbJ thJ1c oJiof oJiofTrade odard odardTrade Board of ofTrade
Trade Is I held to o be gambling lablislr in a decision I wdecfsionhanded deisionI deisionIhande decisionhanded
handed hande down by the te Nebraska Neblk Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court today todayThe toayThe todayThm
The ruling rlng is I no 1 sweeping ew plng that tht lawyers lawyersconstrue laerBonslrle lawyersconstrue
construe onslrle it to t mean m n that suits suls would be besustained b bsusutitied I Iuswlue
sustained uswlue if I brought by speculators specuators who whohtd whommd ho I Ihld
htd bought bot ht options of grain rain brokers and andlost I I108t Ilost
lost The decision deision today involves IIohls the thedealing thedOllg timedenling
dealing dOllg of Pejer PrJlr Jancen Janln of Falrbuiy Falrbul a aprominent aromluent aProminent
prominent romluent Nebraska hrnlkl citizen ciIzen formerly former I lu luthe Intha litthe
the United Uuite Slates 11 > lel Consular Conlular service Hrvlce and ondonce andonc andonce
once onc a Republican lwpublmn elector eector from this city cityJanson cityJansen cityJaneen
Jansen risked liAkl 10000 10 on grain options optionswith optons optonswth optionswith
with wth a I Chicago Cicgo firm frm and ho lost his hil ini money moneyHe moneyHe moneyHe
He resisted resiste payment of tho notes notl1 and after afterthroe aler alerlhro alterthree
throe lhro years elr of litigation ltgaton the court curt decrees decreesthat deees deeesthat decreesthat
that he need nee not pay paySHUT pa paSIIUI paySHUT
Pupil Pupll or Parochial Institution InsUtulnns Not Ad Admitted AllmitId AumUted ¬
mUted mitId at Ilumejtead IlumejteadHOMESTEAD lumetead lumeteadIOESTEAD hlunnesteadHOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD IOESTEAD Pa Doc Dc 17 17The The CharlesM CharlesMSchwab CarIIHt CharlesMSchwab
Schwab Shwab Training Traiing School 8hooll Is closed CI06d to pupils pupilsattending 11ls inmiIsattending i iatending
attending the parochial schools The r
atending parohlallhoolR e ques question quel question ¬
tion ton has hI boon bon hanging fire f since linco the school Bohoolbuilding Ihool schoolbuilding
buiding building was WB opened opene Mr Schwab Shwab was ap appealed IIppeiled imppealed ¬ I
pealed to but he turned tIne question qUlston back backto IIk IIkto backto
to the Homestead lomlsta school hol board boar The Themembers Tinemembers he I Imom
members mom her last lat night by a vote of 10 to S Sdecided Sdeided sdecided
decided deided against the pupils pupis of private schools schoolsMr schoolsMr hools hoolsMr
Mr Schwab Shwab and ail al tho members of his hisfamily hisramly hisfamily
family ramly ore ao Catholics Otholc The minority norlty mem members member mnemnhers ¬
hers ber of the school bool board boar threaten thraten to take takethe takethe takethe
the matter mattr to t court courtHAD cour courHAD courtHAD
Ilr George G orse I MoLeod MeLod Slip StP Under a Train TrainWTUIe Tiin Tiinble TrainThiie
WTUIe ble Going Gois to t a Ball BallPHILADELPHIA Bl BallPIIIIADEP1LIA
PHILADELPHIA PllLPELPlI Dec 17 1Whle 17While While on his hisway hl hisway I
way to t a a ball bal last Ilt night Dr George I IMcLeod J IMoLeod
McLeod slipped at Ardmore Armor station ptntionfell stationfell
MoLo sUpp wton
fell fel under a train trai coming In anil nll had hodone ha hadone I
one toot cut ct off ot and the other fo 0 badly badlycrushmed j jcrushed
crushed cnlhl that it was WIf amputated at the hos hospital hO hmospital ¬
pital pltl in tills UII city ciy to which ho was taken takenHe takenHe takenHe
He will 1 survive 8urvlv his hl Injuries InjuriesDr Injurie
Dr McLaod Mc o served eere during d the Spanish Spanishwar Spanih Spanihar
the staff of War Warburton Warburton Warbutton
war ar as 1 surgeon lurgeon on eta Capt
burton Battery Dattr A He 1s I a clubman has hasthe ha hastIme
the cntr6o entr to t the tle best bt society and is L a mem member membr memher ¬
her br of the 110 staff eta of Bryn Drn Mawr Hospital HospitalJACK Hopitl HopitlJACK HospitalJACK
A L Chrtitnia Clrltmal Contribution Contrlbnton From Fom Kama Kamato Kn
to the Ioor PoorTOPEKA IoorTOPEKA IoorTOPEKA
TOPEKA rUIn In Deo 17 17Swar 17Seward Seward Stevens Stevensind Stens Stensand Stevensand
and Morton counties cunte by irrigation iigaton have havealsed haerl haveraised
raised rl several feer hundred hundr acres ares of corn cornhese or cornThese
Th These hese patches patche of corn cr are ar swarming swarln with withlack withjlck withjack
lack jlck rabbits rabbi which have multiplied multiple by byhousands bythoueands bythousands
thousands thoueandsCol thousandsCol housandsCol
Col Col A H Burtls Burt is i organizing organiing a great greatmntlng geat geathuntg greathunthng
mntlng huntg party to go to that region rgion with withicunds withhounds withhounds
hounds and surround suround the fields feld8 and slaugh slaughter
ten er those thll pests pt Burtls Durtl intends Itnds to t send 1000 1000ack 10 ioooJack
Jack ack rabbits rabbit by b express OXPI to t New York to toje tobe
be je given to the poor for Christmas ChrLtml8 dinners dinnersDOCTORS dlnncr dlnncrIOCTOn dinnersIOCTOJ1S I
DOCTORS BILL IIIL 12666 12666curt j jourt
ourt Give Gns Verdict In Favor aor of Dr Morrell MorrellAgainst MorrelLagainst lorel
Against Dr Lanrnue LanrnueST Lrrle LrrleST
ST Louis Its Mo Dec 17 nThe The jury Jur In the theiult theault thesuit
suit of Dr M in P Morrell lorrel against QKalst Dr J I IAwrenoo 1lwrnc 7Lawrence
lwrnc Lawrence Awrenoo returned rtured a verdict rlct In favor of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the he plaintiff plantl for 11361 126M this thlllftroon afternoon afternoonDr j I
Dr Morrell Morl sued suet for 115000 150 alleging alleginghat allegingthat
that ho was WI called cled to New York in July Jul
003 19 by telegram telegra to t attend attnd Frank Fr Law Lawenoe Lr Lrrenc Lawratios
ratios renc son sn of the defendant detendt and ad that tht he hera hewal Itowas
was ra employed for forty days and ad nights nightsjhe nlghtl nightsThe i iThe
The patient pstent died diedInbrldfQ diedIeebn1dg I I1brdl
InbrldfQ 1brdl Suit ful farmed foned at Meiers 11al81 r FaIJ rails Jli pro prodUrinC I i id
dU dUrinC lor rlnelol nuarvemlous frst froot eJeet eSecta Elrhlcen trM trMbl mraln5a
a d day A 45r > or orJUvlbcrhood v b bl > the th New XCI York ork Central ltra ana D West v t Snort SnortA fibore45r lo
AIr JUvlbcrhood 11 therh6od ehDd Gham 06 fM4lcn DT > dlt lo I America Alt1
I < f + i
I H I See In II Mere Iorl Inderground lnlrrgrouud Route North Northand iVortliand orth orthand
and South HIP tll lie Only Onl Itemed Rrlfl Reisedy ror Con Coneeitlon ConIrston Coingestion
eeitlon Irston nn Id Is Surface Lines LIIlSU Litirsil n T THoard Tloard 1 1hoard
Hoard loard Told annul 011 Clad to Hear ler II IUeal IUealTrfnUrr ilMeans Mean MeanTranter t1 t1Trmenifcr
Tranter Trmenifcr Privilege lrhleus Maybe Iae Ender lnderItlver ndrr ndrrlr r rRiser
Riser lr Connections Connecton Kant ast and Inll WeftOfficial Weft WeltOfliclal ct ctOmclal
Official announcement was wa made yette yetteday yesttday
day da that tha the Metropolitan Jotrpoltan Street Railway RailwayCompany nw nwCompan ItallwpyCompany
Company is prepared prepard prepared to bid for futura futuraextensions tutlr tutlrextenBlon3 futninsextonsioul
extensions of tho subway slbway system in Inhalan M 4sn ui uihattan n nhattan
hattan halan and Tho Bronx contemplated by bythu b btht bythe
the tht Rapid Rpid Transit Trnit Commission CommissionTho Cmmllon CmmllonTho i iTine
Tho commission cmmllun has under consideration considerationnot cnilenln cnilenlnnot 4 4not
not only extensions of the line lne now ap approaching approaohnlimg p pprlhlng ¬
proaching prlhlng completion cmpleton hut also all the th he con construction on onstnlctlon construction ¬
struction of additional routes rute8 on ontheEs ontheEsamI the theEis East Eastand 3 3mute
and mute Went sides Bldel of thjj U thn city and the bulldin bulldinof bullln bulllnut t tof
of at lens Ion one morn mor tunnel to Brooklyn BrooklynIn Droklyh DroklyhIn
In comparatively cmparatholy a short limn tm fhess Ih ex extensions extcnslon e ¬ V 4 4tensions
tensions will 1 bo authorized authorzed and the Metro Metropolitan Mer MetrolOlitUfl ¬
politan polan company cmpany apparently realize realzt that thatshould thalehouW thatshould
should these thl8 now nlw roads rOldA go to the Belmont BelmontMcDonald DolmontMcDonalcl BelmontIdoDonald
McDonald syndicate tndlcat Unit company cmpn with withIts withIl r I Iits
Its Il acquisition aClulsitln of the elevated lluat1 railroad rairoa and andwith ane andwith
with Ih its 18 entry into Brooklyn Droolln would largely largelycontrol larg l lcnlrol 1 1control
control cnlrol the city cl railroad Ilroad situation Hlultlon to the theMetropolitans tl19Motropolianf 4
Metropolitans Motropolianf detriment detrimentThis detrlmcnlThi detrimentThis
This Thi statement saelent in regard rgar to the com companys MmpanR ¬ 1
panys intentions ntrntoM was mado nlllo yesterday yelray by byThonwH byloal b bThoniami
ThonwH loal F Ryan speaking for the Metro MetroK Moro Moropoltal n niolitain
poltal iolitain K > lltan Street Stret Railway Halway interests interestsThe Iterests IterestsThe interestsThe
The Metropolitan I lropoal Securities Helurltlts Company Companywhlrh tolnpaaj tolnpaajthkh t twhleh
whlrh through lt I its ownership olorAhlp of nil 11 th thttock thttockor the itock itockof itoekof
of the Intrrurhiin Inllrlrhln Street trtt tret ItnllwHy JII11 Company Companynow COl Conipauinnow ar
now controls Ionlrol the entire Pllire Metropolitan Iptropolnn Street StreetfUillwuy HlrN1llwu StretRailway
Railway llwu syHttiu Httl U lf not iitixlous Inxlou to add to it itrpoponsibllltlps I its itsresiommsibihities
rpoponsibllltlps rlonslb11Ir At A the th came Ilne time tle we reslU reslUthat rt5171 rt5171that mesh meshthat
that tho control of til nI the Ih surface MrfIC HOPS lucI in inManhattan InMunhltnl inManlmattnmmn
Manhattan Munhltnl nnd tine Bronx places u UI us tinder Inder H Hcravu i irU t m mgrave
grave rU res relllolIIII resiomieliiiltm > ou > llitllt > to the II city and Ind the pulilit pulilitMore puhl r rMoro
More than thll evfiOOOi > o passengers pa5Kn lra rode rode In InMetropolitan litMetropcIitnnmi
Metropolitan lelrullltln iMrn tdrr during dinning the tim year Hir tnJins tnJinsJune ndll ndiii i
June 10 0 IPO and tlie til lie trafTIc Iratc Is Increasing Increasingeach Increolll I Ieach
each year ear nt lt an enorinouBrnte t10rI0u8rnl Of the aecrc aecrcente IIUlrp IIUlrplle i igate
gate lle dally passenger trnffln trlm In Manhattan Manhattanand Manbatan Manbatanlnd
and lnd The Bronx Ironx including locudlll the 111 suburban traffic trafficabout trameaboul I Iabout
about twothirds arc rc carried carrid by h the Metropoli Metropolitan Mtropl ¬
tan t lines linesWe
1 lnes lnesWe t tVe
We Ve appreciate IpprecAt lust it Is I our dUlY to thc takadvantage tskadmtne thcadvantage
advantage of every opportunity olPlrhmlt to increase lncresnour Incrrlsn Incrrlsnour
our facilities facltlls for the comfortable c0lfort3blo transpor transportation trlnpor trlnportllon trsnsportationn ¬
tation tllon of this thl great number of passengers paasrngrMard Ilsellllr Ilsellllrald passengersaed
ard especially fPrllh to relieve the overcrowding overerowdlncalone orcrowdlnialon overcrowdingaioimmn
alone alon tine lines 101s running north and south southWhllu 6UII 6UIIWhll southWhIle
WhIle Whll many of our lines IMs will wi be able for sonic sonicyears 60mcare someyear
years care to come om to take earn of the Increased IncreasedtrafTIc Incrpor increasedtrame
trafTIc tramC some of the longitudinal InOrltudlnal lines 111 such suchn suCh suCha suchims
n ims those on DI Urondway rnndI und the th flowery IOflry antI amiThird on1Third antIThird
Third Sixth Klghtli and Ninth avenue avenueduring aerUtdurin averueaduring
during durin certain hours of the morning morln and amievcrlng andeCrlng nrl nrleecring
evcrlng eCrlng encounter nnColntpr a congestion rnluton of traffic trafficso
so great Ipat as to be b Justly Just termed Intolerable IntolerableIn Intolprnbe IntolprnbeIn
In tills Ihlf situation fllu ton it I seems that thlt the thl only onlrrelief onlyrplf onlyrelief
relief rplf possible PMihlt must llS come omt from th this construe conetpjclion ooletr1r ooletr1rlon construeloin
lon lion of tunnel tUIItb extending xlpn < lnl thn tb dire length lenjthof lenrh lenrhor
of the Islund tied nd so o connected eOlnlctcd by transfer transferarrangements transfprIrr8n transferrirrazicements
arrangements Irr8n fment with llh our orosatown surface surfacelines surfaceIn1 I Ihues
lines In1 us 18 to toitttract Attract nlrlet a substantial portion porti of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lonehaul lellhnut rider rlcltr from the tll lines Inps running runningnorth runnlnnlrlh munninenorth
north nlrlh nnd south thus malting room for fOTt11 thp thpgreat tuegreit
great Rllt numbers of peopln PPOIlf who trim nre nlo now com compiled cm cmp1td coinPSIled ¬
piled p1td tc ttchoo t choose e whether wh thlr th thHY 11mM y will wt ride Ju Jus Iu IuovrCowaI Isottrcowded
ovrCowaI ottrcowded eniroorsnlj eniroorsnljCorvlmmcecl or1
Corvlmmcecl a8 we erim thion1jjg1i plen plenas
CrVnc elro t I JIn JInAs
As s thin br by14chp88 wl which lchpasieruriir psaegirsenb CTntrbjrooKht CTntrbjrooKhtunder f broughni broughniunder c o t ttdtr
tdtr under a in comprehensive co oprebollve transfer stem r Uni to tothe t l lthe
the he tunnel Illnelln In the morning il0rllng trapfer and anr distributed distrlb t ttheir to totheir totheir
their homes homts at lt night by b our croutown crotw surface surfacelines eurlacoUncI surfacehines
lines UncI will ri furnish furllsh the only real and permanent permanentrelief p permenentrelief minrt minrtrelf
relief relf from present prtAont traffic conditions conditons Metro Metropolitan MeuopoUtnn Metropohitnmn ¬
politan Interests Iltercfts are ae prepared preplrAd te t become becomecompetitors becme becme10Jpeilor beconmsconipetltors
competitors 10Jpeilor for the construction cOlllruoton and andoprn andoprntlon opera operation operaIon ¬
Ion of a rapid r pld transit tunnnl tunnl on Manhattan ManhattanIsland Mnnhltal ManhattaniIsland
Island 11nld iu II connection connecton with wih their system of ofover orocr ofover
over 400 miles 111 of surface Iprrnce lines lnes provided provide th thRapid thJapld the theItapId
Rapid Japld Transit Trm lt Commission Commlllion will wi lay layout out u uroute I IraulI itroute
route raulI which will wi rn rct reset et the requirements rqulremets of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Fituittlan ituton and the terms terml of the contract contractproscribed ontrat ontratprolcrlbrd contractprescribed
proscribed prolcrlbrd by h > tho Commission Commision do not place placeunduo placeundue placeundue
undue burdens burdensIt bur en
It I hums 11 bun generally gonaml understood un eltod that thatthe tht thttht thatthe
the tht Metropolitan Ietroplun had hld it wished Wilhod could couldhave culd culdhlvf could1mw
have hlvf hud the contract tltrUt for the Manhattan Manhattansubway Mahttn Mahttnsubwa Manhattansubway
subway subwa three thr years rer ago but did not no bid bidbcoauue blr bidbonamane
bcoauue boCa it disliked dldlited some lumo of the terms tonn of ofthe orthe ofthe
the contract cont met Thu Metropolitan Met ropolan refused rrud to tobid tobid tohuh
bid amid nld tho work went welt to John B Mc McDonald rle rleDonald McDonald ¬
II H Vreeland said saidthen saidthen
Donald President I I Vrclnd Ild Ildthen
then that he won WI glad Flad thc subway Iuhway was WB to tobe tnb tobe
be b built bl lt because t11 it would relieve rolce his lines linesof It Itof linetof
of p t large llL e amount of unprofitable unprftlblp long lonuhaul lon lonhaul longhaul
haul traffic tralc t Since Hlnc then however time tiosituation U UIt timesltwmtloni
situation It linn changed changedlu
lu 11 uaton the tIl letting lellnp of now contracts cntrctf time Rapid RapidTransit Rpid Rpidmnslt RapidTransit
Transit mnslt Commission COllislol it I no longer swayed by bythe bythe bythe
the monetary montIIY amount of thu bids sub submitlrd suhimnittod ub ubliltd
mitlrd liltd As 06 in 11 tho coo CO of tho Brooklyn Brooklynextension Irokln Iroklntxlnrlon Ilroohiynextension
extension txlnrlon luturu flturo contracts contmcl will wi ho awarded awardedto Iwarded Iwardedto
ofior tho best bestadvutilaKoct IwsladvulIIel bestamivaitlagnin
to the t hu company colplny which can en oter IV
advutilaKoct advulIIel in the matter mater of transfers trlllfel and andof Ind Indof andof
of ciirrvitig CIjlg passengers pa8nger from frm ono on borough boroughto borouh borouhto
to unotiior ItolIOI ariotliun for fo or H single tlngle faro If I this thi idea Ire ix ixcarried iscarried
carried out oU the Metropolitan Mctrol > ltnn and the Inter Interborough itr itrbrough interborough
borough crrEt brough companies compnies will wi bo b the only logical logicalbidders 10lt1 10lt1blddNI iogiealbidders
bidders blddNI for crime tho new contracts contractsThe conlrcs conlrcsThe contractslhe
The Rapid Rpid Transit Commissions Cmmllon8 corn oommlttco cornmnittco m mmtee
mlttco on plan and scope M in I now preparing preparingplans preparinnlans
mtee plans pIal nlans for row lines both bth on the Jepng JepngpIal East Et and andWest andWelt an anWest
West Welt sides of the tht city el Among the several severalimprovements 8Tral 8TralImprovemenls severalimprovements
improvements that have l been > een suggested suggestedthere suggestedthere
there is a proposal for the construction constructionof
of u subway on the West est Side to run from fromtho rout routtine
tine Battery to Harlem through either eitherSeventh eitherSeventh
Seventh or Kighlh avenue On the East EastSido BashSide
Side tIme advisability of laying out a tunnel tunnelunder tunnelnuder
under Second oond avenue from mom the Battery to totho tothe
the northern limits of the city Is being beingthought beingthougint
thought of OB an alternative to the con construction construction ¬
struction of an littnt Side branch of tine thopresent tinevrosont
present subway from Fortysecond street streetup streetUI
up UI Lexington avenue avenueBefore avenueBefore
Before any beginning of these Improve improvrmenls Improvememitni
menls can bo made however the llapldTransit llapld itapidIransit
Transit Commission will havo to obtain the theconsent theconsent
consent of the JoKlslaturn to the spending spendingof
of more money The Rapid Transit act actlimits aollimits
limits the expenditures of the commission commissionto
to 50000000 Tho co cost t of the Manhattan Manhattansubway Manhattansubway
subway and the Brooklyn extension will willeat willeat
eat up about 812000000 of this amount so sothat sothat
that the commission inns a balance of only onlyM000000
13000000 left It has been estimated that thatth thattit
th t subways now contemplated will coat coatat costat
at least t4u000ooo t4u000oooThe 4O000000line
The fact that tho Metropolitan company companywants companywants
wants to bid on future tunnels was made madtiknown madeknown
known to the Rapid Transit Commission Commissionby
by President Alexander K Urr at u meeting meetingof
of the board yesterday Mr Ryan anti amiPaul antiPaul
Paul D Cravatn of the Metropolitan have havehad havemad
had conferences recently with Mr Orr on ontlm otttine
tine subject The result of these wan wantho wastine
tine reading to tine board yesterday of a attatormnt astatement
statement prepared by Mr Orr In which whichtio whlcliho
tio told of the representations made to him himly himhy
ly these gentlemen He went on to say sayThu sayThu
Thu board will not of rour eouro < o in any way waysommlt wayconitinit
sommlt Itself as to Its luturn policy und undmuch andimmiiclt
much less form an opinion us to tIme merits meritsif meritsof
if any competitor for or a future contract contractHut contractHut
Hut as the board has repeatedly und publicly publiclysward pnnblieiystittd
sward It Is tine nioni ready to consider n nproposal aproposal
proposal for municipal construction if thero theroo thenebe
be o reason to believe that t there will be two twour twor
ur r more competitor Ion tine contract each eachivbla eneeiiable
able to assume the heavy obligations of the thikaso thelease >
lease which must bo Included In the contract
It in of course conceivable that the Interest Interestof
of tho city might bo promoted by making makingi
i contract altliouch thiro should be h a pro proposal proposal ¬
posal from but one party mrt Th board how howniT however
niT would I think t lilul regret to bHshut b shut up to tony toany
any ny one contractor however meritorious meritoriousind
ind would more fnvorubly consider the plan planat plantof
at a new railroad If there should be two or oruoro ormore
more probable compotltors In sight thus
bettor eriab cumabllnig Ing tho thu board to secure the very err
best possible terms for tho city not only onlyreducing
by reducing th lime municipal Investment but butji
ji 0 thin other provisions of the contract
Ihope I lmop therefore that It will be practicable
to lay out a north and south line extending extendingat
at least as far north us the Harlom Hirer Hirernotch Riverwhich
notch shall be PO arranged an to b be th thasnb rob robnot
jeut not of competition by at least the Inter Inlerborouglm
borouglm oJltpaziy ard the Metrolnolititn coma comaP5iW
P5iW snul if roihle 1w other oontrsrtcus



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