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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1905, New York, New York the News That's Fit to VOL. THE Fair and brisk west NEW APRIL DASH TO VLADIVOSTOK BY RUSSIAN St. Petersburg Hears Ships Have Left OUST OFFICIAL Superintendent of Indian Accused of Padding Pay FRANCE ROUSED TO ACTION Takes Steps to Enforce Neutrality in Indo-Chinese Waters Cruiser Diana current here the 1'icifn- Squadron has already Hav and is on the tn will dti the Japanese ron had not V Ad- VI 'k but t h u it h d n if tne ItS V is expected R for days tn the to him to re- the il sr that s it Kami took four t -si n it 1 uad no i of the of h- Haj i .it this no great the vv i i u as A I h S Ua i ul TV Ire w in ii al ai of the naval a t t Annl intent of gives a fr that a. of Second Is an southeast of Bay I but h. -a i la 7 .tf York April H. Supri intendent uf the Indian hi New was removed by Secretary Hitchcock i of put on the warehouse lull the of seven men who no woik They aie to have been pav toll about four months j The of followed an v hv Inspector of in under Mr lound fourteen names the it Is baid at the should have contained seven The received salaries of to Slon per month One It is was a a al supporter of who never to the except to iv his men n fund de- posited to his credit at the in which tlie reason not learn Of his dint On the Seen tarv called on Wilson for an i in anil says the latter offered to i Minimi se the for the In- h ul the extra but the offer Mr M to dav that would he cult il hi ORVILLE H. PLAn TOOK COLD AT FUNERAL with Review of f TWO BRIDE Senator's Eulogy Over His Last Public When Husband No. 1 Appears Carbolic I to The Ntw York N. April 21.-George M. married Miss Sadie of York last This j evening the bride killed herself by n CCRT OC two ounces of niO OCH I CV t family rives In New is the local manager of the glove factory of He Was Great Friend of President i New York headquarters are at Bleecker New the marriage was a stenographer and clerk for the Wertheimer Four months ago to the young ami she engagement waa announced thereupon rented a j and f it elaborately TO SIGN MORTGAGE TAX UNCHANGED OR LOSE IT EQUITABLE AT Embodies Views of All Directors to Policy April 21 learned to Warned Not to Risk bemi nnd will bo introduced fort for New FOR THE GOVERNOR S OPPOSITION IS ORGANIZED In the early next bodying the of the agents anil Icy behind and providing of Cuban i Governor Cannot Give Hearing out Inviting a Descent on the Capital from All Over for complete and early of the I UN prov all of the Directors of the society would be d i by the Its details VM re not to-night But Tells Equitable Agents Must HAS POLICY AT HEART April 21 -Or ville Hitchcock United States The ator from died at his iner o'clock to-night of pneumonia The im- mediate cause was the breaking of the which had formed in the uid which produced Only H few minutes beforo Dr. the llv had prepared a bulletin from the sick mom to the effect that if the patient did not have another sinking such as had come during fore- noon he probably would live through the Special la The York 1 April IM situation over the Mortgage Tax to-night IB j Damage in Twenty after being married by the U IH that Blown H. Kephart of Harlem on Sun -J will have to Hign the measure an i the couple In this and it stands or give up mortgage taxation i u A 'T i a reception was given them by Mr. A April -A m West Knd at 4 o'clock this He has been advised bv counsel that th STORM HITS LONG Hears Long Appeal for Send Message on Sub- Made on afternoon Michael J tin appeared and caused papers to features of doubtful con- and that not a few of ita administrative qualities are wholly station and In t went v When the physician left the sick ber the Senator was perfectly appeared to have no and had an- swered put to him by those at I the that his mind n in the Interior l 1 t lear in the room at the tune were Mrs mi lit s. Formerly he was hi au Oklahoma Lund Office ai s ohi Tin sterns were on Mr I saw and slu tie paper where the and served the Then th the went to her room and locked i the hill he will do iu the of the most thoroughly 01- political and that has exerted pressure i any measure in Many prominent i u m I ui the to offer of squadron at -i by High Ad- other in and the Senator's only of the United made financial hwn d at the the in c harge of He IH well w Republican ti In the Presidential die door When Mr returned ibis of found his He caused the door to the dead body of the woman was j told tlie Governor Republican t era in the Legislature In tho last few that signing the h of the j blown as the en j glue room of the Knd Hotel and bridge can Avenue from the hotel to the 'The frame building William Kellet of New in licar of the Hotel Keller ou was A barn belonging to In Second was blown across the The action of lo 1 kr Nev. Jl e mutter hed to dav A committee Of Mune ral appealed to him to In Home whereby in t be or Li to nact tlon at OIK i- lu about that Rosalia he that tin was In with the I of the polh y Kave It us bin i picked up in the whirl and landed at National II S It f that spent more at he illil at his oft uid thit lias been too much to politic Special Indian ut MI hoi h n been placed in ol Ihc COUPLE IN A HURRY TO WED. The funeral will be held next though the date has mil been I The service will be held In the Congregational which stands lu the ci ntre of the The Rev Robert I Carter will conduct the will in the cemetery here Both of Congress will honor the H memory in a large representation i at his funeral i Senator a I sitting as ot fleer at the j Impeachment tual tile Senate He i j had not at the time of declares he never knew that his wife had been married 1 who refused to make a full says he married the girl in He adds that until two weeks ago i he knew nothing of tions to the tee of New York County at Its meeting t ln Now un at Hawley's funeral ami c Might Forget by the Man j Ties i His last public was at the ARRESTED Lakewood Police Get Young Woman Who Confessed to York last night reflects the sentiment of local Republican in other In the I Van Ingt n. who is representing the allied real estate Interests of the State in their wis and informed the leaders that he was Bending to every county to organize the op- j As a result of Mr Van j storm of j work petitions are expected to flow Into 1 the Governor's office from every county during the coming j Republican members of the 1 who opposed the measure up to the time of the caucus have been so em- blown down Woman Fatally Un- Blown April -A swept over and lato this after- for It was more a f t for the lho i j jot he not position that BAD STORM IN nnt l A that swept LONDON i I ah t' ST gli is nt t in- French protest at hag much t'i s iv th of rules of it i are In tho I Thu latest from Paris re- j that orders t f n City Hall at o'clock ilas tit tei noon came a d man and a looking of his Hoth nature n Ihr Hail i want to we ID married right off. said the girl us j entered the open office that to room ot the newspaper am of on Uai K. of her loomed the taller the man who joined in the he we want to mar 1 right off. we by April 21.-A young they would who she was Edna j breaking and who Is said to i hp of a merchant of Long I whose body lay here early 1 in state In the corridor below He spoke was trying to gain as if irom a heart that was overflowing tn tlor house in Ridge noon doing damage In many parts of the city and In the few that the storm lusted one woman was fatally Injured nnd probably a score of other persons were t 1 he Governor and expression The insurant e mi u by their hi to morrow with t Capitol on March when i the Assembly lie delivered the support they find that have In their districts In iway from party lines on the that and the party Brollon of tho i are not to risk the There was woman whu j j N fatally Injured In Mrf In all parts of city roofs of were blown off and walls blown A row of houses In course of rived from and planned ci u of the hearing was at once set j At this the F. A. the Governor having In the to bring schedule f ir 6 .TO f Albany their may be an to through I with and in words that touched tn bv i aged thirty Mr. Van ingen has secured from all which brol of a A horse County and offices In deeply all who heard telling of stood outside the and the State the as to the number was struck by a I e hor He spoke for the delegation and Introduced the Insurance men to personal tJen and an Her two-year-old who with her when the accident side of his long with i tho woman explained to the of mortgages filed during the last fiscal WUH rather than of the political who that she wan at- The figures show that Kings 11 ii r v i i fortune for the party to the house was ing for a debt When she was taken to the Town to which both had been At tlie time it was noticed that Senator seemed to he of unpaired and this was at- aud questioned hv Chief Beebe she Hall con- to arduous labois In the two She showing more 3.0tK) mortgages filed Report n from State and New which accounts for the fact that much the opposition in that county IH the most j tnosc 8Cctlons New County Is with 21.MO Other MRS FOR outlying towns In thin damage to property In to Annam for the to French Waters evokes surprise I Tn of the fact that the show danger of allowing Japan tn bemme too powerful a factor In the Far East If vena's s is i ut shutt it IB here that nice i i tlors with would i be likely to fail a al hattle be pret ahout it lu Isn't the Mayor or v can us up r ate on the death of i inR Mrs. Volla 3.86H; Q fhe I of the wan a fmi t of the M loom Several the hunt around on the admitted the theft of several diamond and other jewelry Mrs On the anniversary of the and I H. entrance Into United Qay was by Mrs Announces Her Candidacy for Place on num ber of for tho entire State j School ing the with the exception of j j returns Mackay m ury lrf reporters also Joined In Do we 11 an a was and begged fof of o i she Mrs. been to get I April announced that would be a candidate for a place 011 to an and low the building was sean i on of Gen. Hawley's it ANXIETY IN hut no could be found Kverv plate was closed the where the gas Inquiry was be- ing held Tbe Cupid m nient win re of the Hall monies an- pei formi d. was and ithe two who make at the Hall tin the brides m life who Is more loved and i e nowhere m who done more we must t married to the ill the county extradition woman was committed to haw en against according men jail was valuable in that il brought from President Roosevelt a letter m which lie i woman said she pawned paid a characteristically enthusiastic ti burned the pawn ute to a man he knew and The President wrote is to what I think of Senator Platt without seeming to ust Toms River to await j The Republican leaders are i from New The that if a public hearing was ad- jewelry j tne crowd would be so huge I that the political effect would be decidedly DID VALENTINE SAVE GATES VITRIOL VEXES been of ackay say that she is of the opinion i that school boards should have women She that women un- the requirements of children ter do men m we gt t married right aid the 1 wV can't go out rain to find one to UH Government Wires for News oi Squadron's Saturday April here rd i ion ttu IM question in Then she last es es at ery In to secure definite man In with the result that there on between thoe departments of the i was a tresh hunt foi an Alderman ti and Marks was found in his i was held this Park How office hi I es j Chicago Speculators See a Deft Hand in the Big Wheat la The Avrr Yark April While grain One of the most tires that It makes me feel really as ers are over the Good Friday the firemen on the went side havo had to I to have such a man occupying they are doing much fight in some time started Burning Acid Makes Lot of Trouble at Freight Yard WOMAN Body Supposed by Police to be of hat fn n ea a place in the councils of the days of the Mav wheat deal IK tho chief As for me t hav e now been i subject of their So far as j with him Intimately during j matters progressed to date two the and I cannot things are The so far last What Is likely to happen in the closing when a freight ear containing about fifty The of a about night i In the nt carboys of vitriol caught fire at Thirtieth I after the bottom with Street and Avenue Vitriol The body was taken the about the and the men were handicapped by the fear that i it in i n n ei Pi tt It t' the nil th H. i i 'e 11 limit I uei for of 111 s were in I o i poi t i i- i i M h ul or d n w hdr i w n i m i I h it- i wrh Si r imiK led t r n t i Vue il to t i1 h It is i- would i i ij before rnr h 1 o hi tn c I t e I i t n i the most lit the energetic measures adopted i ipt a from 3algon s had boen PI of in i i h tn the i for The portion i m 11 rn now he the M P 1-1 d In t Chamber o t tn M nf h intention to retire ru to t was t put I loncle and i Pi who i in I lepe itetl n en to our In Indo- i ii the ni of i 11 d w tei h th it 1 has 1 tie French Mipi J ip inese Mm of man and woman ran for that j my obligations to not j aa resembled j the fluid would get on their faces and j ing from the Hall steps j for what he has done by speech and j Now deal has changed Their rubber boots ami coats bride gave her name an Miss Lillian because It gives me heart and and so far as the master hand of wore of this and consult with so Valentine in it It gradually j mated us who 1 a public old The fee fi oni an immense roll of was A of M3 Mass and The damage is to assume the appearance of The car was In the middle of a long i tiul Tlie opinion prevails that freight A whil d' n 11 om was i omp v Hoston last night said r. the the The and the car was dis- hat It been said outside of Oates ought to he to j ing on top of the i persons spoke of of Con- Keeping In mind the new tactics em- blaze and to from hiln the ployed in the pit for tho last three was President of a granite ton men of and way May wheat I An was then t ui in d 1 rest occasion 10 mention in quantities i In When arrh found of New i man d ttu FIRE BURNS DOZEN he the il a conclusion acid flowed on the Three With oft that the Gates louses will he I of water wero played on the car Hale of Allison rowly i and Aldrich of Rhode Island he I 3 wielded a power which felt On i quantities i in starting a until stop-loss the entire car seventy-seven ing orders started it on the break The heat the and the case of sun Idi police station at the anil inter removed to the Thi re wat ahout the by which a hie to Its he si 11 of the hudy by the polite is that it is a womin ot feet 7 hit hi in weighing She hud i ci k i es him k i hall The laie pot j Mrs H of st contl Street a black with two at the ot and not d the polh t Tin loss to how the wo high fence without he The police It a Woman Dies of Shock and Many had been one of States might of families were rendered j Important a loss of fully S matter of TOLSTOY'S LATEST to get vel j near was thrown right j He Denounces the Educated Classes IV f armor larg New died of shook when the I for awning of her house caught at were m inv uai row escapes and Four alarms were and City A liberal part of the enormous line has left and of the firemen were been sold out In the open market with but not afternoon by a j destroyed a dozen j farmor was ment to have been ordered to j in which the Mrs Marv Cosgrove of 131 i sort oV or for But the master stroke of i by is the purchase of Lmv lu w of f loo of i of and at the -ure from 5-000-000 to bushels of July sent in and m the year of the at bottom figures of a long it T f fl 11 rl at Minneapolis Twenty-five but Fails to Any Game Track Any of took of la Thi York j Col April In u admitted to securing enormous profits fronT hedging I ride to-day President parents by ihe May bull clique from Dr. and Guides i and would ou this de- Wells found no but the surd education of He u present tendencies j and j to the political Count Tolstoy declares that are going to to unruly TO The at hi hind kta until to hi by HI ph i ot w principal for ugi Howes baid In part n pi i s nil bluge of rs and from All parts uf the I and and of iff nome of In the set vice of al to men not larpe policy but fur are bound up and future 'the and therefore nr 1 have been agitating the but the for the two m e to a pf things in the to-day tue of w hh h our pol It v arc In a state uf utmost and one if will n In not i to tin hut to whit of mere Im- the ultimate of this Kital aid that to of ol In s ers the ou know t hut the oi i contained u be on a mil ill that its di H m H Intended Its rit ss ild on dui ti d on a I n present u of men who up and down for i the to he It pany e i i i w hi i e our i to In Hi e that t he pa i t of i -si th of thi soi it 1 th it i bi Id to stiK pi i oi T and ot thi NX i ui nm i 11 d by tlie pi I t i 111 i U t Mild that each one shall hi t ill of tht tin i of p< spt i If it d aiin i of the fah M of the soi ty the i Idi l A lex under and the H faith to the WHM pi with polh We n mi evil in which Halms art bt .UK raised h to u of ttM entire met nods of the in the a upon the illations wr to of most to tl i Chief U- the fight against the firemen wete Injured bv falling walls ar 1' to go to his and down to 87 two were overcome by smoke on j TUere he UP lf big to be found a little park on the Hunn the top floor of one of the burning clerk of the State lhe gOOd j the new will he plight when Senate It two yearn after this that to hag bigger profits in the Tne I valentine Is responsible i new Is surrounded by this adroit if such it i meadows on which there are plenty of and 1 grass for the horsea and a little trammeled the KINGS LEAST SOBER sparkling mountain water Is close by and the the MII of ho with FOR and were In found bv some of their comrades originated in the furniture store a brief of and Belmont ne elected State from snld a brick he wus a and five engine reached the of the State of the had leaped a man to the educated manifest to u that the time t such n i i nd for most seen on seeing it. ford Avenue and ead to the dent or the I lu Mr -t i house oil stole was apartment The Glass Platt as Chairman a total The the Republican State Central th I it t t- I; n i 01 i Si ft tn flu and a T of the I in m In i of an if r. wit i London i oi that the Kiench laws hud not foreseen i ease of n of fifty 37. and Belmont I election he both full of lor and 111. 115. 120, Thadford were also Gradually The tenants lost they known as the Ht from the Ralph Hamburg and Precincts were called and Who Opposed assisted firemen In clearing the of their In more than Erie Most Statistics for abandon the project of moving and to move to Bunn ranch ULSTER FAVORS MAYOR'S Alcoholic Cure Special in tiew York April leads other counties lu the State in the matter Unexpected Support Develops tn Be- always brought i of according to some tables i aurely In- came to be The new site Is miles fiom Newcastle and In the heart of the man Although the day wan no fresh LEGISLATURE TO FILL here In behalf of a which j trails of bij game were Next treatment for all week Cook Kryo will follow the The tables 1U.8W.11 dent's party and temporary camps will of a Russian fleet in on INDEX TO by the General in in biennial l The hill 8 for the 11 Arrivals of Oat Buyers Page j Troubles 14. Marine Intelligence and Foreign Page New Corporations 14. Ren I Page 16. l now work of the firemen was MR. JEFFERSON NOT SO DUI out of to the I Patient's Appetite Fails and of Platt u u thought Are delayed half of City Water la The New York April the conti n tlon of Clearwater at the va i conferences held upon Me water that was almost a unit In opposition to the p< sod legislation to give York i water condemnation rights In that sec several prominent of Be I Ulster have In Albany thin week j advocating the Mayor's According to their in Ulster County along the of a institution i are for to sell of the I worth little for farming The majority arrests for intoxication Brooklyn ing last while New with Is Westchester third with such Erie which third largest has tho of but 106 WOMAN Is wherever night overtakes BY May Broken and Lung N J April 1 but out of to the i IB to set aside for 1 as will It hi IUK HM the of anv or tin iu the of one man to enable him to mute or lo the of i of The policy ri are the real ow of the the i et in the with polh y with i lime of one billion trust fund of four hundred million Im the holders have no In the tlon of the HOI cap see Intt rests under and by their but thi y can do in to In a more or in ute degree the of aix hundred PALM April 21.- j At a o'clock to-night condition of i Joseph Jefferson waa not so The patient refuses to take and j his are unUl Juat before in lon I dar would be bite the election of Morgan G on Feb. 18 to Senator waa preceded by a bitter Samuel of waa chief It la probable that he may have ihe ot proposed legislation She taken to the City Hospital i depend on Bummer boarders for a of the accident la a short dia from the young woman's i i T It s a settled rule In condemnation The administration the handa of a person wno for In with the In ten In the nominal of the The tabte that for alcoholism In j u saW irately than real l charter that each Director ahi i value of amount be proprietor of at least which hit Merrill was When tor trouble in the her she dropped to tbe a It would were put In New York State la it fa com- that tha entire coat to the various localities qf the State consequent upon alcoholism into fro and for several minutes wai I to find other than the 1U a requirement which more honored to the breach One of her ribs waa Valley and watershed quite aa We aro tn and It la feared her IjLing Is available for IT that or forty of ere to alt It of JEWS PA PER I
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