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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1906, New York, New York TOP I i S f o J 3 J nj 21 10 is SilL THE Fair to-day and tomorrow light southeast VOL. KBW JUNE 4, PAtiES ONE CENT In Now City and TWO rets We BOMB R'S SUICIDE Morales Killed a Guard Before Ik Killed Intercepted by an Observant June envoy to the royal Frederick and his had an opportunity for a brief conversation with King fonso in the course of the reception at tho palace last When the con- versation naturally turned to the attempt on the King and King Alfonso his shoulders and fortunately it was it will come It may be any perhaps within a perhaps within a it The face of the King woro a look of calm resignation as ho gavo thlu forecast og tho Although he bore himself through ut tho the courtiers witnessed trying aB Alfonso and Queen Victoria hurried within the castlo after the at- tempt was made to assassinate For moment King Alfonso's nerves were completely turning to tered with he did I you to It wan You have eome Then tho Queen Mother and ono of tho calmed tho overwrought Tho Bomb Tha capture suicide last night of Manuel tho chief author of the bomb outrage against King Alfonso and Queen add another dramatic to tho incidents the royal Morales was In tho little of do half dozen allies and between Madrid and A guard Bought to but drawing re- ths man Then he to but a number of tho In- of the town wore upon turning tha revolver 3io sent into the region of his a few Sofior proprietor of tho hotel from tho balcony of which Morales threw tho viewed tho body morning completely identified it as that of hiss recent It 8 o'clock last evening when disguised in the garb of a entered the station at tie lie asked a child who was in charge of tho office tho tho next train would depart for He then food in a near-by Hin Catalonian accent at first attracted at- tention It was then noticed that his workman's suit was entirely now and did not to that usually worn by a person of his station in 1'aee and manners showing him to a man of A private watchman from a estate chanced to be He no- tho facial resemblance of Morales to the descriptions given out of tho man seen on the balcony which bomb wao particularly the and deeply serious face and the closely cropped He then observed that a finger of the man's loft which the stranger was trying to was badly and also that there was a small scar on his Ths sought to take a road ing into the but the watchman intercepted him and to know his Morales declined to whereupon A guard arrested Instantly Morales drew a revolver from his pocket and the guard Morales started up the but a small group of villagers ahead barred his ately pointed the weapon to his forward in tho I d e n I i f i c at i o n C o m p I et o. An examination of the pockets of the man showed that they contained in money and a small supply of bread and but there was nothing in them that would give a clue his This fact created doubt ass to whether tho man was but when tho ernor of Madrid arrived with identification was immediate and Tho body was then brought to At first there was a desire to bury it at do but when this was suggested the villagers indignantly re- lused to permit the body to repose in their Villagers of Torrejon de give a graphic description of the capture and of They say he appeared to be greatly fatigued and fell asleep on a bench in the On the inn he called for but scarcely tasted a The loquacious proprietress of the inn with him the prevailing topic of throwing of the bomb at declaring it was a heinous At this the stranger shifted Every one has his own which should be Shortly after this he tried to leave the After shooting Morales fell Iry the The villagers advanced toward the with the most venturesome INDEX Arrivals of Out-of-Town 7. Financial 12, 13, 34, and 15. Marine Intelligence and Foreign Page 15. 9. 2. Francisco In the moonlight Marlines saw make a to raise himself on his his right hand stili the Then the wounded man fell but the villagers waited teen minutes before going fearing that he might still be able to use the When they did venture to the spot where the man lay Morales was The weapon used by him was a A of dead man that there were three on the body besides the death on the one under the left and one on the His was complete to the last even in- the common steel watch carried by Try to 8ee The body of Morales was exposed this afternoon for the purpose of allaying lie Thousands of persons surged before the municipal seeking to get in line to be admitted to the room where the body but alry and infantry blocked the efforts of the which murmured tions against the Public Js chiefly because of the great number of It is seldom that a bomb explosion has had such deadly the casualties in thia in- stance twenty-four and over eighty The final disposition of. the body of Morales has not yet been determined but the public demand an minious A gala performance waa given to-night at the Opera after a remarkable It was discovered last night that pnd ticket for the performance was Thin had a suggestive as the officials had scrupulously kept track of the destination of every one of entire lesue was canceled and new tickets of a different color were givan The change was the cause of great but it was considered to im- perative in order to guard against the possibility of tho missing ticket giving access to Opera House ot person who might throw a The American and his party The and Queen were ed with It was a brilliant The opera was Lucia In the churches of Madrid to-day there woro masses of thanksgiving for the escape of the King and The scene at the cathedral was particularly The one of the largest in has stops for ing a cataclysm of rancan rumblings and crashes of one instinctively looked expecting tho frescoed dome to fall in. CASSATT PROMISES A INQUIRY But He Says Faithful Servants Not Be CHARGES ORGANIZED ATTACK T. SULLIVAN FOR Groker to Lead New York Delegation to Says Father Drove Out Juno father of the Anarchist who attempted to kill King and and who committed suicide at Torrejon Ardos lant was at lona He is the proprietor of a prosperous factory He has a strong swering the questions of Inspector of Police concerning hia he wish to know of in- famous creature formerly bearing my I have considered him my son sinco I drove him from my house on March 1. The reason for being cast out was purely and I to be excused from disclosing it. I- do not know whether he was connected with the attempt on the lives of the King and as I have considered him dead since he cast Morales's gavo these details concerning the dead At an early age he was seat to the cantile centres of Germany where he became an expert in textile but his natural bent was and he returned to his home with a library of and works on His morose disposition led j to family troubles which culminated in I his Morales translated German chemical books for the Ecole at He lived quietly in a boarding house and had He left Barcelona saying that he would be gone for a Plot Not Hatched fn June matic story from Madrid of the suicide of the would-be assassin of King Alfonso and Queen with the discovery of to be intended to be used against Victor hailed papers here keenly to discuss j. the An- archist The London police dis- claim any knowledge of the Anarchist and persist in denying that the bomb-throwing was plotted In As an outcome of an investigation dered by the an tive statement was issued yesterday on behalf of Scotland according to which for months past no person known to-be an Anarchist has left British while two men concerned in the attack on King Alfonso in Paris year ago have been for weeks under observation in It has stated that the Spanish Government will communicate with 'the British Foreign Office concerning the at- tempt on the lives of King Alfonso and Queen ia The matter has been left entirely in the hands of the In Paris it seems to .be believed that Morales waa none other than the or who threw a bomb at King Alfonso in Paris a year The newspapers editorially express re- lief the assassin was discovered and committed A few of them regret that this precludes any revelation of his but the majority recognise that Anarchists seldom their complices or the secrets of their and nothing has been lost by William of the special police service at Scotland who ing his of that office was in tho closest touch Anarchist informs The Daily Telegraph that neven yearn agq the London police an attempt to fonso and his mother by the discovery of a plot them in London arid the pursuit and capture of the plotters at while they were their j to San Sebastian to carry out the j Auction 10. and 10. 10. Hotels and Page 10. ana IS. 11. Latest Shipping Steamer j May 27, passed in Sandy Hook at P. M. 8teamer Port in Hook at M. Officials Were Encouraged to Acquire He Favoritism in Supply Only Farm President Alexander J. Cassatt of tho Pennsylvania having cut his European trip to return to this try to meet the situation which has before the Commerce reached New York yesterday morning on the liner At hio home in a suburb of Mr. Cassatt gave this statement to The Associated last CASSATT'S Mr. Cassatt said he had returned home to take part In the investigation by the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company into the matters that had been disclosed during his absence In the proceedings before the Commerce He had received only brief cable reports from the office of the company and knew nothing of the but from these reports and from cables to the London press he had learned that had been made against tain officials of the acceptance of bribes from coal The board investigate all such charges and if any officer or employe should be found guilty of cor- rupt practices he would summarily dealt Referring to the testimony certain officers that they held stocks of coal companies and to the inference drawn by the newspapers that and dis- crimination on a large scale -had been for the benefit of the companies whose stacks were thus said that while such ownership by of- in a position to exercise and therefore liable to was no doubt Inadvisable and it waa not an offense in the stocks were properly and was not con- trary to the of the In the In the earlier years of the encouraged the officers to aid development of industries it's No Favoritism in The if any had been waa in the alleged There could be no favoritism In shippers of coal and all other freights were on an absolute all paid tho full tariff rates without Mr. Cassatt made himself personally responsible for the correctness of thle It any discrimination Jt could only be in the distribution of empty coal so far as he i no proof been that the officers con- cerned of Sam. The board also in- quire carefully Into these and if there had been any wrongdoing would take proper but It would not flee faithful efficient officers to a manufactured and mistaken public The board would also no doubt con- older the general of the propriety of the ownership by officers and employes of stocks of coal and companies the Pennsylvania Railroad Com- lines arid making regulations in relation There had been a shortage of cars during periods ot and in recent years this con- dition had been aggravated by tho great increase in the production of the very large Increases the company had made in its Cause of Many This had given rise to many com- as a natural to charges of If the output of coal should continue to increase in tha saine as in tho past few It might not be possible to provide sufficient equipment to avoid a shortage in the car In view of this and of the suspicion which such ownership would cers having do with the distribution of empty cars ought not to own coal but to prohibit all officers employes from holding stock of companies haying business with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company would practically them from Investing in the stocks of com- panies located In the State of vania and in a half dozen other The subject troublesome and It would no but to adopt unworkable and forceable The question must be handled in a reasonable and practical and Mr. had no doubt the board would in solving it and proper rules of conduct In respect for the Suspects an Organized Though the testimony before the com- mission disclose Instances vidual and though an seemingly had been made to place the management in the most un- favorable Mr. Cassatt asserted that the company's affairs were honestly con- ducted In the interests of the ers and with a full recognition of its duty to the The company had in its employment over who in. and devotion to Its interests in their respective no superiors The management had in the past shown itself entitled to the dence of the and it should be trusted now to deal properly with the present Mr. Cassatt that the management deserved better treatment than it had received from the and particularly from the of the com- home It had an immense service to the public and to the cause of honesty and decency In the con- duct of the transportation when in the early part of this year 1900, two before the of the Elkins it gave notice that no more rebates would be and that all great and would be placed upon a basis of perfect It had thus movement been joined in by other railroads and aided later by the passage of the Elkins had destroyed a vicious system almost as old as the railroads and which become so deeply rooted that many experienced on Pago Special to The New York Times HOT June man Timothy D. Sullivan of New York is convinced that William J. Bryan will be the next Democratic nominee for and that Before departing New York last night he Some cf back home thit were berating Bryan and calling him a demagogue a few years ago will have to change their told them that they would be singing on the other aide of their mouths within a Now see where we The whole De- realizes that Bryan Is the only man who can lead to is the most conservative and the sanest and most sensible leader we and the trust him and want Southwest they are ply clamoring for Bryan just they did in 1900. Tammany will fall in to a man and New York will send solid State delegation for Bryan to the Con- headed by Richard who remarked after the last convention that if he attended wanted to go to vote for The Bast is getting stronger for Bryan every has kept his head in all the times the country has gone through in the last few With of corporate corruption ami scandal on every hand he has not once gone off He has made no play to the He stands for Constitution and the rights of all and equal under the Some of the men who were us a few years ago Bryan -a agogue the very ones who how dodging and trying to keep but of the The people are getting on to the fact that Bryan has been telling the truth all the He was simply a few years in advance of his The who tried to give him a tough reputation have all they can now to defend their DERRICK 3 Accident at Erection of Big Stacks for Hudson Tunnel Three men were instantly killed two seriously Injured in Jersey City yesterday by the fall of a stack which the men were putting in position at Washington and Bay Streets for the in connection with the verse tunnel that is to connect the City and Hoboken ferries with the tunnels running from Exchange Place and Street to this The tunnel companies have sunk a shaft at Washington and Bay where a power Is to 66 It is with four These are to be with Iron each 110 feet and five contract for t erecting them awarded the Dougherty Rigging Company of The men employed began work at A. and at 8 the first in when the boom Of derrick slipped from its and the pole broke In The boom of the derrick fell upon 'the group ot workmen beneath three were killed their skulla being The dead are Charles 30 years of Madison Street wick Charles years of 330 Seventy-fourth i and 43 years of 18 The were claimed by relatives after they had been taken to the Foreman Martin 48 years 955 Madison was verely injured about the He was taken to St. Peter 45 years of 10 was badly Miss Minnie Wheeler Dead After a Leap from a EDITOR THE LEAP MOORISH TROOPS Pretender Also Devastates the tory of a June between the forces of the tho Pre- tender has been The Pretender has driven back the tan's inflicting considerable and has devastated the territory of the loyal Kiff He Has Only One Arm and Couldn't Stop the Which Shied at an TWO Others Special to The New N. June 3. Minnie Wheeler of Twelfth Night Club of New York was killed In a away here this afternoon by leaping out of a two-seated j Miss Wheeler waa of the late A. C. the author and dramatic He wrote under the nom de of Nym Miss Wheeler lived with her Mrs. Seabury tit 215 West She was 24 y together with Mr. and H. L. who live at the San Remo were Miss Maudo Monroe of Speedwell This afternoon they went driving In Mr. Aldrich Is the editor of a New York trade In front of the residence of John O. H. Pitney on South Street the horse took fright at an empty automobile which was standing by the Mias who waa tightened the reins in an fort to check the prancing The horse backed into the curb suddenly that Miss Monroe was over dashboard to the The moment the horse felt the bit it started South Street at full speed With Miss Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. rich in the practically less to stop the Mr. despite the fact that he has only one attempted to climb to the seat so an to reach the He managed to get the reins in his but had not strength enough in his one arm to stop the frantic He then turned to the two women and ad- vised them to jump for their Miss Wheeler first to make the She prepared to jump from the back of the carriage face ly realizing that her feet would be ried her and that she would alight on her ahe turned her face to bolting horse She miscalculated the leap and fell upon the macadam striking her head violently she fractured her skull it is died Mrs. Aldrich next jumped She alighted On her but tripped upon her skirt and fell upon her sustaining severe and cuts about the Aldrich theh landing on escaped without a He immediately ran to the assistance of Ji far Finding her hurts were hiei turned to Miss a threat by British war vessels to themy the Moors havo desisted in their attack on the British steamer diff which Is ashore off AUTO FOUR A. Runs Hfa Machine Into a Bridge June L. a well-known resident of this In order to avoid a collision with another vehicle ran his automobile Into an abutment of the bridge which crosses the River here and the machine was throwing out the who his Miss Rebecca his and a Bister of AH of tho occupants we're more or but the most was Palmer's Miss who Is over 80 years and who suffered a. broken leg and She ig in a rious The car waa The Sn the world la Twentieth Century the train between New Yoik and Chicago by Central Tired Policeman Hammered by Two of 'the When Magistrate Trainor of the East ond Street in the Chester I Court he told two special of the Interborough Company who had arrested him what the court thought about tired from the day's fell asleep in the Subway train on his way home at 4 o'clock in the Trainor says that when the train ar- rived at the Bronx terminal he was seized by Special Policeman Byan arid thrown to the This woke him up and he started to grapple with He was getting the better of the when Special Policeman Burton ran to his Trainor was again thrown to the and the two he kicked him In the side and face till he was almost in- No attention had been paid to his cry that he was a and the men got his revolver from and Burton then dragged Trainor to the station platform and took him to the Bronx Park Police There they charged him with felonious Magistrate Wahle aet the prisoner free at and said to Ryan and have received a good many com- plaints from citizens who have fallen asleep In the Policeman and were assaulted by a special cer when they reached the Trainor should have and I am sorry ho This brutality roust foe I advise you re- port this matter tp Commissioner Trainor said that he HELD COURT Judge at Clarence Mackay's Gate Fined Speeding Judge C. of under shady tree at the entrance of Clarence H. estate at Harbor Hill had four men brought be- fore him there for speeding Among them was Alfred C. chauffeur for D. of Glen the Oil He was charged with driving thirty-three miles an He was bound for New York 9T, VIA 1P.ENNSYL.VANIA New York P. M. arrives St. Louis P. M. Through train of to take Mr. Pratt fined He was of Cove was fined Thomas a druggist of was fined E. T. B New York was fined 425. g ed ford of Two automobiles at the rate of fifty miles an hour but the timer has their and arrests will be made police of New Rochelle captured four billets yesterday for violating speed One of them Is a dressed colored said was Blias Grant Scott of 123 West 152d He was locked up until he could get Leo Anderson of 225 123d Street and Arthur Bagen of N. were each fined who had witnessed the came lp the aid of the One of them sent in calls to All and Mounted Policeman James Osborne pursued the runaway and caught the horse a short distance from the spot where Miss Wheeler When ambulance surgeons examined Miss Wheeler was They at- tended to Aldrich traveling back along South found Miss roe considerably bruised and a semi- conscious condition from the shock of her Both were removed to Miss Monroe's ia Speedwell The police immediately notified bury Mias Wheeler's who with a financial journal in Wall New The body Was removed to Morgue pending instructions from Wheeler's Seabury Law renee arrived here to-night and made arrangements to have the body taken to New York Mrs. Seabury Lawrence of 215 West Fifty-fourth Street said last night thut so far she had received no notice of the of her Misa she had left the city on Saturday after- noon to visit Miss an did At the San Remo Hotel waa Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich had gone to town to Misa Monroe last SHOT WHILE N. Man In Fun Snaps Revolver at a man and She May Special to T LAKE N. Mrs. Kiwi n Bruce was seriously perhaps fatally injured late night by the dis- charge of a revolver In the hands of Bressette of N. boarder In her Mrs. whose band Is a special police officer in thia has several According to the story told by the she was seated at the organ playing hymns last At the centre table near by lay her B entered the room picking up the playfully chapped supposing it to be It was not until he had pulled the trigger the second time that the weapon the ball the woman's right Small hope of her recovery is The authorities are convinced that the shooting and no arrests have been ONLY ONE MONGOOSE Of the Two in the United States One Dies at Washington Special to New York June The mongoose at the Bronx Zoological Park must have been more than ever lonesome only Other of hts in the United States died yesterday at the Hock Creek The two were the subjects of cial Governmental to the law against bringing the and It is doubtful if the ban will be lifted to provide a successor for either of The specimen that for five yeara had been a distinguished gueet at the Rock Creek Zoo brought here a official stationed in Con- gress haQ heard of the mongoose several years before the Spanish and the fear that the little animal would in this country led to the sage of a law making it a crime to bring Into the United In Cuba ia It fond of ing birds and so that It de- populates the woods and thickets ever it finds a the advent of the Juhe It will bo possible to leave New York at 8 have four hours for Jn the at and be back In Naw York at 10 P. GIRLS OFF A One Drowned and Another Rescued Off LYNN June Miss 22 years of was drowned off Nahant late Miss Parnell was ono of a party of twenty who were out on the sloop yacht She and a Misa Jennie Wilson of this were making their to tho forward part of the boat when a gust of wind both women into the Capt. William the owner the plunged overboard and grasped both line was thrown to him from the he hts hold on Miss Parnell a moment and she sank from Miss was later Old Sweethearts Who Parted in Wales Reunited In June the riage of Anna Covering and David Johns here of years ago In 18T1 Anna and David were neighbors in They were engaged when a quarrel separated and David SOOR after to America and made home and apparently forgot the made ing single yeare and Johns be- came a widower in A few months ago relatives of Mrs. Levering settled and through them sweethearts heard of other They with tae re- that Mrs. Lovering crossed the arriving here the day before their Mr. Johns hae Boven and Mrs. Johns FIFTEEN And Sprinklers Spoil Stock In Omaha Department Juno An cant fire to-day was the direct cause of heavy damage to the stock of Haiden department store at Sixteenth and and the of fifteen firemen and a all of whom The after causing 'a few thousand Started the automatic which flooded five floors of the ruining half of the valued at Tho had ered for filling the room with gas so that the first firemen enter the place who went to their idly succumbed until It was necessary to take fifteen of Including Chief Assistant Chief and and Peterson to a Nearly reported for duty in a few Austrian Army Had lo Throw Out Hlo June S. balloon of Baron chief of the Austrian Military Balloon which left London laat night In an attempt to reach descended near here at I o'clock thio June Baron re- turned to He a of a perilous Above the a terrific was and ho was carried 200 miles put of hla He was to throw even hie overcoat and in order to enable reach Propeller Cute the Narrowly Escapes Special to The New York June Lincoln J. a Toledo lost control airship to-day while feet from the and when the disabled chine fell heavily he wao under it. He was unconscious when but revived soon and was found to be The flight was made in a new airship called Knabenshue and took place at Luna where a crowd had started to the but when the machine got up feet It struck a strong and Beachey waai forced to turn When he was above the park a count suddenly hit the airship and strained BO that the long framework the motive power and the propeller cut into balloon like a buza although affected by the caping dropped all his Tho remaining gas then carried the wind him away from the he became unconscious from the fell and it was feared Beachey was When was revived soon his first words I'll put a. truss under that and she'll work all right when I try her After the Scotch the Pays Collect May Come to the H INCLUDES 8 Six Van Four Works by and Pictures by Other Special Cable to THE NKW YORK June 3.--J. Pierpont Morgan has purchased the great Kann art collection for The includes eight ings by four by and six by Van There is a large quantity of splendid eighteenth century The col- lection also contains some magnificent tapestries and fine pieces of sculpture by and Since Sir Caspar Purdon WM called suddenly to France to tho President of tan of there has been conjecture as to the intentions of Morgan in regard to which hag been for in its while in France had a ber of consultations with Morgan an to prospective art but he last he returned to New York to fill an engagement to lecture at vard and to attend to other to sail again on that Mr. gun said to him about probable purchase of tho Kann said Sir Purdon to a TIKES re- can't tell what Mr. is to If I thought he would buy tho iCann collection the I would surely ask to do I am glad to hear of the said Robert W. De Secretary of the last I don't know whether the collection coining to the I cannot repeat what Sir told in the matter of the tion when he was here last A Trustee of the and a who given a fortune to it night the to In regard to the repeated wtory that Mr. Morgan would furnish the bulk of a to this collection for the he did not that any great part of tho be easily raised in Another man closely connected with Uie Museum wald week that the sion of tho Kann collection would much to this future of art in this count because the collection was not made up entirely of but of moat varied in the there are almost priceless this are also in ivory and other objects of art that make the collection hardly second to the Sir Purdon's few days in New York hist. week were very busy and he downtown of the He gave ab- no Information concerning the probability of the purchase of the Ksnn but it was believed that if one what Mr. Morgan intended to do In tho matter he It is a Jarge he said to a TIMES reporter Hust Mr. Morgan is a mry wealthy He added that gan was still strongly opposed to the tariff on art Oppenheim recently chased by Mr. Is now in the South Kensington His ures of art abroad are so numerous that St Here Kann tion will bo brought to Wew York for the If it comes as a gift to the Metropolitan there will be no ditty on it ia known that Mr. would not pay tho tariff on an art chase of if Jie tho Rodolphe tho founder of tho made a large fortune in South Africa many years He then began the acquisition of rare objects of such as crystal era of the fifteenth century and carvings from ancient and Oriental and The old paintings in the are important than the of the applied M. private contain splendid examples of old Dutch beginning with brandt and Frans By Rembrandt are a portrait of the maid several important Biblical Jan 9teenr Ter Van der the Van and P. do are Kann had a imen of Roger van der tho early painter of four figures by and a Into Gerard a only recently .In French school the collection rivals that of Sir Richard con- by lady in the who has lost lier well aq many of Chare and In the Italian school Kann possessed a diovanni and in a report from Paris last week as a figure upon which negotiations for the collection might was to museum members and it to take away their and little hope was entertained the purchase by an although it was known that Mr. Morgan had looked with favor the Kann and it was believed that call to France was for the purpose of advising with him Morgan great art said a Trustee of the with a keen business He knowt that they will never lessen in Sir Purdon himself has a good business buy the collection they will get the worth of tho If Morgan gives It to the Metropolitan it will be the greatest gift ever mado a city and a ll
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