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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1905, New York, New York the That's Fit to THE Fair and south west VOL. 17.200. 17. 190K-SIXTEEN i ONE CENT have betn made by of the Illuminating Oil Com- pany to obtain a renewal of the blanket lexso for ten but have met with no favor from tho present Secretary of the Interior efforts were based upon the claim notwithstanding the Illuminating Oil Company had about twenty-five wells in operation in the sub- lessees had drilled and were operating I t proximately some 100 HII i somewhere between UIL ot ou per the claim being that the investments of these THE PRESIDENT ORDERS AN OIL TRUST INQUIRY Directs Garfield to Start an In- in Calls Lease of Lands a Public i Itc New 1W V noted promptly on the licenced bi is authorizing an investigation of tho j oC thc Standard Oil Company thc oil tic Ids amounting to large sums of should be well as rights of those interested in the Illuminating Oil Com on the ground of their having cured in Under the new lease the territory been i educed to and o loyalty to be paid in gas is to be 100 a OUTFIT FOUND IN FIFTH AVENUE HOUSE Wallet Was Lost In Theatre Night Watchman Got It. Col. John Jacote Astor lost last Thursday but recovered the out recovered tnc After GanO That Robbed Mr Astor spent the evening at the Weber i Vil a a 1 llM Like RAID ON YOUNG Music where he his wallet containing the in ono of the boxes of the About 1 in tho after the Benjamin the night I Dutchman of the happened in then deserted under the theatre Stranger Charge of Desk j in Western Union to Impersonate General What the police describe as tho best t equipped plant of box l A win T f A 4 1 ITY I i t t n V j i j the stranger saw he hastily him and asked to get in the i The night watchman J am Col John Jacob the man T have left mv pocketbook m a YOUNG GIRL FORGED CHECKS AID POOR Caught Because She Overdrew Her P. R. R. TO SPEND Enormous Amount of New Equipment Bought This Fob 16-Thc j Ivanio Railroad will buy now ment not loss than for its lines east and west of P j and if the programme is i out as arranged the cobt will l CCC A Decision was reached to 01- SEE contracts have been placed for Her a to idea How Much She Has Contracts base placed foi and the load has ai ranged to build locomotives in Juniata beon for as many of nine as may SAVES THE SITUATION 16 jear on each gas well Instead ol now o a L WAS j I VL OU because it is against at 933 Eighth as noon by e Sergeants Fogarty j Clark rested on a of forgery Munday in A house in Fifth Avenue j put his night ment trust certificates Special io 1 he oi k 7 Ga Feb. 10 Smith Twenty-second Street The saj ot the Upc I J. i to-night refused to maKo statement re- robbed tho charge made to-day by The plant wab n e police drow QUt A pc have G i i j i 4.1 Mr put his hand in his pocket and in the millinery of the dollar take and Theresa at 042 Fifth o up and see if you can I l- 4? Mi. Campbell called at the White tari Hitchcock regarding the grant of oil to acquaint the President what ho had done and describe in Kansas the President tola he had written a note to Mr. the Commissioner of ting him to begin too tion in Kansas as soon as of President not foi ab a consequent c wholly ot tho nas members as iho in the Indian Territory when Mr. Smith was Secretary of the Mr. Smith does not wish to discuss the in iho rear of the top In it were found nine as sheets I find it 1lie The wnes disappeared under the Lll matter unless ho gets further information molding and wont no f Ult. 1SJ from He only that if it The came about in bills was a scandal to make the grant when no-i Way Several days ago n pretty giil not took tl knew the value of the lands it is out hot toons called at the Claik the darkened f. the floor of I he box lound in a corner tho wallet On taking this to thy light he where she had been for about a At the the told of getting several dollars fiom tho Astor National Bank on and of used the money to aid pool m the -s ol her She McCALL PARTY His and Guests Coach Hit by in Speech He the Directors That they Must They Harmony Coui t .am occupied Justice K McCall and a wis Jun into by an Hyde won a decisive victory in tho of the Directors of the Ufc Assurance J A opening lollies m the A ol nor when the question of it contained six one- was sent lo the rooms oi he Go m bo fo ind that it contained six one- the pocket book it over to Mr Astor knew the value of the lands it is oui Jici stall s and IL over LO air doubly scandal on the part of the of tho Western which I The he received a check ent Administration to allow part of tho i the of the Filth Avenue lands to be held by the beneficiaries of the oil industry has boon in j. lui Thc t. the action thc tho to in KANSAS io 1 tic Yoik I want to ono of the he S not tho the Casey want Mi. said tho A of which was made woman Ho to me and on the as t to the GAVE AND Friend of Church Hid His with His Fcb a hot i jii ti i s I'm tho of ort j. j Mr. Campbell told the that thc ot es tlie so aroused at the j daVj a in his State that be usp Qf pumps m WHS prohibiting the natural in liis State that DC usp of pumps m piping natural the on their part with and other Missouri the a Rents that bo sent out by Mi. jt was charged that the gas piping com- that since the ot the Oil Company not to buj oil from the wells in the had in mout amount ot had been ent lie was such a nice man There must rome mistake Mho Di Duncan J. McMillan is thc 1 at Avenue and One II m- m r np what the Twenty-eighth was made 1-ublic I want to bet on a hoise which will win at pany is an adjunct ot Oil Company and that its Theodore oan of is in tho employ he is to 1, I bhall p AN walked ciety for the vei tilled v. hen si A check loi MO Tuesday at the AsLor it last Flare National Tho badU hurt JDS own ivv election the office company before iho Bank by Margaret Connolly and honored The signature dim that of tho to The firm's books weio and showed a shortage of about About one agQ Connoll lit the pat tiv besides MeCall woi o Alexander which backed the Mis Miss Ella his da Directors to oust tho 4 w Miss Foi roll i four mon The h had and control of been dm from M. Calls iho Hyde .in tlie Equitable by at of Ml Sixth the As be tih ned into tho stock to a en TV t e McVann j 4 3 J in t IIP do light about i no shop and She sent to the bank of ion i Tho fact that the had t count and had not about thoir books balanced the she declared to put through j a serious Iv as the coach Jn the middle of Macks No behind at tho and it tho cai haid that the hoi cks i j was asked to thc of the Standard Oil Bills aimed at those amount ui almea at The run to the refineries j with met with in Kansas and the of I on constitutional many objections on constitutional Standard Company to allow the owners ot a in favor of a new io thorn is causing great I has A the question of Hie mil was and he thi push convinced that it a 01 y Hero s something foi the Mi Anderson began opening the opo the young man seeker ma L iu to find thai good thing had hot moL fl f ne the wells Tho Pi evident Interest a Constitutional Convention to a of other Superintendent Casey at onco he police That was before tho elope contained new bills Felix made a dash foi tho he to Inm and in 1006 has been j m in ihn state for ten davs and noticed sus Timt was w lne was out of watched tho place Thon he tried to remember ho had soon thc man in or about in tnc people m utm i tho that the investigation nd wjn be soou in the State i for would not lag and would go to the bottom to c t i he the church but ould not one else ing L has in logging his room and made home in of the sift was uf Campbell resolution is i not a joint ono and need not bo offered to j FOR A TELEPHONE HITCHCOCK CHECKS OIL HI i N I of conditions in Nov. It i was tD the Commit The resolution says has boon complaint ol New York over extortion the and that tho complaints seem to be j founded to the i Senator Keenan Wants to Investigate High Charges to he ork 1 Keenan 10- Lease of Acres of introduced a resolution ioi n c rtn a c Lands Public al i Yotl Secretary in blocking in part he in a statement ho gaM unheard-of and shoiL ot a public Mandril is the ti by which Indian Territory Oil Corn pa obtained a loase conferring Jt tlv exclusive to and sublet for oil and gas acres oi iho Indian lands The Indian 1 Humiliating is name tor tho Oil according to Tho leaso foi f ton tho 'the i Hoke on March 1896, to Edwin B It says tho j of the most gigantic t monopolies lor an or any 11O1 Mi. Hitchcock s fight on the oil haa i aiming over since j he'll the of the sonio ancl the Ci behind iho stalled at a Tlie Treasurer of tho church is who is in business at Eighth ago a young man was asked to wi it el for 1n tho into Mi Anderson's store and little selections om n thc in the handed him an remarking to mutual was -in its in its so fii it concerned dominate thc This will now be i d on by a by thoso who stood by in the if will .bo committee that what final slmll bo of the majority i tho in the Henry B. tl o-s ind then w is asked to j At t ostato of rt t 11., t j off thoro lias I 4 ii r. I banM U To the on many of U which had boon by the On tho to thq St Kill down and wept Capt. she said she wa alone in the transaction According the tho girl I don't know what to about I but T shall toll tho in i you there wore several his flark ilion the I brake tho car wiis on the The back th of the windows 01 e t h i o I heap INCENDiARiSM AT HARVARD Kt the service last On some of the lacing me f names Co 1 nnd also Mahonie Bi Thirty-fifth On the the voids j Lien Down in one cornei pivotal telephone On punted lottor head ot t mon of a codo man i vas .i stir in tho congi and an met plod t of the gift was mea m nlj who had babios I morning tho i Q and on tho and i he church a of about have 3 pait of n the a church has a ot Jti has had a good but as it happens no yoi noh men its Thc ha ic therefore noi been able to do more than pay the oi on of which n Lho church 1884 fresh on tho ancl such littlo as those men could not to lot tho balms Attempt Burn Fob X ruVe weekly ho holier os lo boon i or harmony that the nv J Who but lately Hir control of tho institution to All the to their and into a confused thoir common and those The meeting w extreme to n certain Personalities wero .in that showed the o' Iho days of bitter contest and jio 1 Yot apl mon present to anU thinker those and us policy Directors responded a the I to m- ARREST Vl WOI O 1UU11VI These namo of Vandalism at St. 1 ol I mu o. Near Into tho Keenan had a tabulated mont showing the telephone rates paid in the different cities of the In this statement 11 that the telephone rates are higher in Now York than in any other city in the New pays for Mild so on down to in SAVES ALL AT THEATRE out ho men who wore that it is not the same gang swindled We to believe that H I Been forme ih SL s Faculty or tho arrested in this cih j and with boon j of tho of of Piot John M complained m AM tho -en was not bin n Hall Or principal in which n uiui on T and 1 sot acquainted at tho I bank used had hooks tu j iho c nof uld limp lls lo tin in Hit babies uH has luo m 1 lollis nd man Horn K J M-t also accused of a nd I o t tho pooi babios I tho I how much tho bank i me on tho J I keop of the as 1 clut not any ot it fo ono mo lo do j simply about it in mi and I'm so soi i not ind i ins to lho in lllP HI to koop 1 loss j Thc somo an a tho of tho in CHURCH CHANGES ITS man orn robbed in the and thinks letters through swindled thoro the gnl who wanted to find tho man I president who said he was i missed the two protestors soon after it snd that had promised to hei was discoVered that Reiner had down to rhc mam Western Union of lice i boon of students or al 106 and there introduce hei j bcis of tho faculty to the General who After dismissal uf Roche and Becomes l haxe Body Unanimously en j a sifters say did i I her work well and appeared engrossed m the business The girl the Children's Coui letters i i weer sont to the Tbe told the uiN of Si div I to the Mc this town been Uio to uf if much in. for it could hardly be at- was who on from to attend tho and there Lho of Mr. In a speech is to most of Senator bid v. that t of tho that have Mrs Susan od lor an lange to e the oi a ot the Manager Dismisses Audience KepL bilck unyi she could got hoi A n tJ of a I voir began to come to j public property last changed iaith bx a unanimous u J injury and has with tho rtw of Clime h at End of First Act. lo 7 he money Miller Kinglo of his ond of 1 had Km Sf lo The Ara I f no Avas io havo taken thc of Feb. action of ho A. Biady yi clown to a dosk Dr Reiner and Horn New mado a not until wero put on 11Kl.u case did tho college got and last May Mie as to tho An wus given tnc communion ana on Fob (I finally gave sotts Following tho of the four him j f j 11, i j i i i fathei vears died of ch a petition union was scni to tin oi fio and on performance of William of tho A Down Kast Jn Uie attacked and A. f i om Now a clue This read of ten at tho iate of by the Indians When the down at the nothing i He asked tho to out and building his hat and bus Ml 11 1JILW j ott In ami non- coolly LOOK cm to Canon Vj Tho owns a ancl with Catholic to Canon coming light nomo 1101 i desk I of Bishop DPI m Villa Then shod p to night Villa Penn never knew of her haMns a The dosk was one used by a. J. b l niit f Theie ro the tri ot an niat j i building and is Jioo nom sue un in tho moi to bo ilio insL time coming Balking IR lhaL Ml A churth any bodi its faith without di The Agreement Afr. is to have v You gentlemen not room until you have a shortly left took an pan in the who -e S money except hoi WHEAT us Senator several weeks What's the an amendment to the The repeated J wont yon io at anting all the RO at ami they ol and did not too to put on as opposed by Soc i and Two and and he has supported ranted out by was the two Congressional hui t tui n when tin man ami loft Tho poiu o K Lim ai for out from tho tho of foi AT WEST to 1 L J a of long Bibles ted to the members tho In io tlie on otion of off the mutualization of tho two or other of who is now vears in accept re-election Representatives fiom Now j j May ToucH i and didn't luni ft I on riist it was thought that j to The 7 time loi the official to i c- had been in the but Feb the final 0C 's excited session ot i n lhc pit May wheat s to main of tho SECRET OF CHARTREUSE cents s top Iv 16 tWO It was announced to-day that .an 1 The M in the was rost 0 T I Tl nv boon at a i 4i' Hi L IH n g R I i bM to 1 itselt formed a Monks feet Nearly Part of It figure on tho crop Tho bulls had an m- m stock of New tho reins m hands all and at the in ai iho nt a in the this oic bv the American death of Henry the ors in the ami his of active would not he many this the of. dor expiration of his torm of next ancl his assumption of the position of tho whore thc Cubic to Tnr NEW YORK TIMES It by an inmt had boon i cached at a i w nu A f TMQ sion of the Carthusian Fathers from i m required lunus mo between usher from a there have been lawsuits be- cause ot the congested condition of the 1 I J t- 1 1 II f i A the monks and Official Woman Imported Them and Rave to up their Even body said that and his all I bo to itself mo toino 11. oic eiy on bv the American and detailed times they wielded the whip Tract was or the too less One small failure was lhe Rcn upon H for 2 I IH i ot the oil and thc stairway leading from the main by which thc leaie on The fact thai a crush was averted i ot the I is duo to the of the audience and lor ton tho to to the precautions which the hat ae the ol the oil j taken under the provisions of a new is as a great satu tor It is un- that ithe oil companies will FOREIGN i to gain trom iu j. ni jess Ulie small j Feb. the J resulting fiomi m- j Urj and sion of the Carthusian Fathers from j in required funds be- Tlie there been lawsuits cause ot the congested condition of the The i j n rl So T ma til American i but when arrived the committee this afternoon Them to io The York 16 J Collector four of A Stroet associates werfe tho men behind tho j ent Tho tor 01 J ne I but when The cot in at UlQ last Wednesday main audience room Of Hall tho two unable A Mills and wore adjournment was taken properly as to ownership of the Street associates were tno men ont Koy J j whin and that they would not in lain Ot trademark of the famous Chartreuse the bears had M liqueur i campaign until the bears had boon Dr to a May closed at c f M. i I V I I Detective Says He Owned Up to and ior customs j the secret ot manufacture the IL i to a The monks adopted a new OL the under H part ot the closed at aj new inferior to 1 n the Hitchcock says in eral Marriages decline the persons who to old m owing to the im- Fob 7ewelrj t u to give of obtaining the finest sorts with Detective Loftus who i1 lne i hrandy m whither the decline of W and September suffered from rolling V K. MI to adjournment was taken Shipman Chap to com- Hex Of was appointed to consider of with to report at M and it is snid that its report was a or St Church of New tho RATE WAR HELPS i con i or me N Bliss upon enter ngr from NPW said can BAV said ls he ot Secretary of tho 11 to i 0J the were presents an investigation of this j Jn to America to different K i I i rvi I that from to different i of brandy m whither the vance oC cent over p F hot discussion started at Mr. Within the first three minutes of the j Big Fight Makes Their Grain Mr. both May wheat rose to an ad- Worth as well -AS the made with a view of canceling j Parisian Hoch is alleged j residents of nut found ho could not legally do and a wife and four aie it has botn in for nine Mi Foster and his not having in tins nr and evidently capital to utilize iho eroat monopoly that had been granted to by to have a wife and four children at his e town in Alarm for J. W. A general alarm was sent bv police last night for a collie dog belonging to John W. Gates of who MOVING HEAD CAUSED Brother's Kindness Fatal to Patient thus establishing a new high rOcord on the crop by a material Ihe with Broken .in l v J W Vt upon conditions which mff at the One of yielded to and d g of valet is to take 1 Hum In j Oil 01, at present prices ior about a from the sub- alcci the latter had paid 10 royalty or about the last years efforts 1 collie out for a- walk during the 1 the L. Feb. his head moved a few inches at his own i Frederick Wolf who was fering from a fractured died in St. Mary's Hospital last a monks transferred their CHICAGO Fob The deadlock is now at an thc j wag Cental are monks having the secret to the rush of shorts to i of the ot English will carry on cover was On all sides fear of the the manufacture of the liqueur at the Wall Street bogey developments following and those contest the manufacture of the liqueur at the old factory and under The price paid has not been but I hear that it is not far from The monks have shares in the concern in lieu of a large proportion of this they will therefore remain the in the vicinity of way The valued at Martial Law Continued in i Feb. 16. Minister Thompson has cabled to the State De- mm orchil at ancl 31. Al aino nnd Foreign w IJst ite 11 10. irom that the decree establishing martial law has been extended for thirty years underwent an j proprietors the after His with tackle to allow himi to dislocating Government has given its con- was rigged sent to partially be- cause it had failed to discover the Henry a had and partially on account Henry c-t mia widespread distress caused in with him constantly n the and aJ the removal last Dr. Mitchell left the sick man his The doctor liad not been 111 lHo long when complained i head was not In a good 1 and brother to it a little in The brother complied and instantly the sick man showed 1JI" of The doctor re the Grenoble district by the removal the Trenton Building Unions Special to The New Feb. a result of the as well AS I he j Miv Hyde floor and spoke Kob 30 of Pastern for twenty minutes He up jn JoVa are the detail the the Alexander party beW waged and 'the personal to the Gulf of had out In the course of the vo me charges along the the of one THE the of Jn the wake of John W. optimistic j or us trom There were all sorts of corner but the local longs proceeded to sell on thc sharp PRISONER GETS TWO Takes Responsibility a Pleading and that the whole w woith the desire of some of tho cent to 2 cents bushel than get company the st juggle began h agency who in j Tho Burlington announced t of- the would moet all and Ts an Alexander had Incited those low to coin and all kinds of gram be by tnat The new will be issued call for Called It This took the form of a There waft a in Brooklyn when a Win i mft traded from cents up to 12 cents on all gaid lo stir up public opinion for the Adams Ilom lines charges that the 15 L i 141: pot kinds of Hom lines m charges that the io Tho luns holdings been voted in his prisoner charged with having killed a those of man with an axo dramatically appealed j normal before opening of the Steors to discharge two R. trust was exercised to Magistrate Steors to discharge two men arrested with J to be innocent John Concord Street was accused of killing Charles Callahan on Feb. 2. -s to discharge two declaring them i and the Chicago Ui Bleeckman of 224 of killing I ostern in the trendI from hi the trend from none of these included f no sick man Showed Feb. 16-As a result of the to do with this affair I Toads Bishop McLaren of Chicago Showed no The was n move by the Manufacturers' Jione am responsible Callahan attacked material change physicians said last bul died within five here 1-00 men employed in and I nt W Madison where ho doctor sava that the went out on strike Mai is m condition was Ot day All bulging tied up in con- the O I Go to j The Building Council I New i ordered thc 4f 2" Lt L anything but corn and oats in the new had been said men j It is believed all the other tnat lunning through Iowa will follow the Henry B. Hyde trust was exercised by James W. not by self and then commented in caustic vein on some of the personal criticisms AUGUSTA AND Mr Hyde declared that the first heard of the two petitions was James Alexander to his office on Feb. 3.last laid them down on this f tho foi three I Magistrate Stews Bleeckman for Jury and 12.55 j and personal r M fast N Y. j Uons he did 271 and D i that the to Now P M land 7.15 next Cine nnal B Ti result i j IM 5- i No 203 6lh I thils from C. F. 4NO, um j M Feb. 1 New i i. i t l I j 1 V. r. i i. j 3Pl vice No of delicacy of Try 7 j 4 J
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