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New York Times (Newspaper) - February 17, 1905, New York, New York ■J^’r~' ^ - *:, ':■ 'f f ' • ■'■ t “AH the News That’s Fit to Print.” THE WEATHER. j 'Fair and warmer; fresh south-! west winds. VOL. LIV....NO. 17.200. sH ♦ 5je NEW YORK. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 1905.—SIXTEEN PAGES. ONE CENT In Grenteir Ifew Vortc. I Fluewfcerg. JerMT CHy шпА Newark. S TWO CENTS. THE PRESIIiENT ORDERS AN Oil TRUST INQUIRY have b€cn actively made by the representatives of the Illuminating Oil Company to obtain a I’enewal of the blanket ! le.tsc for another ten years, but have met ¡with no favor from the present Secretary ______ I of the Interior. X* X oj. X I ' “These efforts were based upon the claim Directs Garfield to Start an Iri" I that, notwith.standing the Illuminating Oil *1/ Company had only about twenty-five VGStlQStlOri in KcinSdS. v/ells in operation in the Territory, .sub- ~ lessees had drilled and were operating ap- .......I proxlmately some RX) w'clls, producing HITCHCOCK CHECKS OIL DEAL i somewhere between 125,000 £fnd 150,000 I barrels of oil per month, the claim being V ' ' '— ! that the Investments of these sub-lessees; Calls Old Lease of Indian Lands a Public Scandal—Comprised 1,500,000 Acres. WIRE-TAPPERS’ OUTFIT col^^r's $6,ooo. IN FIFTH AVENUE Н0и8ЕГ"'"м5‘ ______ i Col. John Jacob Astor lost f6,000 last _ . «11. vl Thursday night, but recovered the money. Police After GanQ That RObDeCl j Mr. Astor spent the evening at the Weber ... .. I •!, c r Music Hall, wiiere he dropped his wallet ^Victims Like PellX« containing the money in one of the boxes ■ of the theatre. I About 1 in the morning, after the per- RAID ON YOUNG GIRL’S CLUE formance. Benjamin Clark, the night I watchman of the building, happened in . i the then deserted caffr under the theatre. I amounting to large sums of money, should \ Stranger Boldly Took Charge of Desk I There he discovered a man in a dress suit YOUNG GIRL FORGED ■ spend $23.000.000. CHECKS 40 AID POOR Her Employers’ Account. SrrciiT! !o The Nciv York Times. WASiflNGTON, Feb. 16.-The president hai- .•Tctc'd promptly on the n'solution introduced by Representative Campbell of Kai.s-x.s authorizing an investigJition of the be protectee^ as well as the rights of those j i interested in the Illuminating Oil Com • j I pany, on the ground of their having se- j ■ cured these investments.” i Under the new' lease the territory has^j i been reduced to 680,000 acres, and thé . who w^as trying to get up stairs. When ! the stranger saw Clark, he hastily ap-I proached him and asked to get in the I theatre. The night w'atehman refused. ] am Col. John Jacob Astor,” the man What the police de.scribe as the best-! ^ u .. j pocketbook in a in Western Union to impersonate General Manager. Enormous Amount of New Equipment to be Bought This Year. _- I PHILADELPHIA, Feb 36.-The Penn- svhani« Railroad will biiy new' equip- Cauyht Because She Overdrew! ment cosung not loss than 82i5.ooo.ooo this I I year for its lines east and west of Pitts-^ ¡ burg, and if the entii'e programme is car-I ried out as arranged the cost will bi' ' .$27.0tXM)0U. COULDN’T SEE BABIES SUFFER;^ .'I"— i contracts have been placed for 12.000 cars. Conti'acts have been placed for :‘.7o locomotives, and the road ha.= ari'anged to build -150 locomotives in its Juniata shops. Arrangemcnti' have also been made for as many of ’AX) more locomotives as may MUTiLIZE EQUITABLE BY HYDMSENT Old Officers, Including Hyde and Alexander, Re ekted. Her Wages, $6 a Week, Too Small to Satisfy—No Idea How Much She Has Taken. DEPEW SAVES THE SITLIATION _ _ Margaret Connolly, 16 years old. an or-' be needed later, rovaltv to be mid in eas is to’ br$10o‘a ! equipped ” plant ” of ” fake” wire-tapping , uoVupstairs'.” ‘ ‘ | phan who lives with her aunt. Mrs. Annie . Payment fpr all this eqninment year on each Ss well instead of $50 as I ionnd. was raided yesterday! .. i ean't let you In, because it is against; Gallagan, at »33 Eighth Avenue, was ar-i made partly m cash and paitl> m ci.ui- ^ ® I aftAvnnnn riv T4oti»/ativo lOoe-iirtv I....., ! rcstcd OH a Charge of forgery last night i ment trust certificates. now provided.. j afternoon by Detective Sergeants Fogarty i ,, Clark. Special to Ihc-Neiv York Times. c Oil romoanv in ATLANTA. Ga.. Feb. IG.-Hoke Smith i say many victims of the F operations of the Standard OH ( ompany ^ a, statement re- -been robbed thete. iand Munday in a house in Fifth Avenue j " ^is pocket and 1 in the milliner^’ Ptore of the Misses Isabel -I- police I g five-dollar bill. ” Here, take ¡ and Theresa McCann, at 642 Fifth Ave- <>lix type have.^j^jg-. Go up and see if you can ' nue, where she had been employed for I near Twenty-second Street. i find it yourself.” ¡about a year. ; gardlng the charge made to-day by Secre-j The plant w'as in tlje rear room of the luiiTied up in the darkened the- At the Tenderloin Station the gii'l t«>lci ’ ..... Feeling around the floor of the of getting several hundred dollars from ndieated, he found in a corner the ; the Astor National Bank on forged n.ites the oil fields of Kansas, Whf'.i Mr. Campbell called at the White» tary Hitchcock regarding the grant of oil i top floor. In it w'ere found nine new tele-Hc»u«e lo-dav to acquaint the President | privileges in the Indian Territory when graph in.struments, as many telephones, . / , . / u $ y,3rT rVsoribe the Mr. Smith was Secretary of the Interior, besides racing sheets and other furnish- with what he had done and o escribe tli., the ' ings. The wires disap^^-^>'^^^ situation in Kansas the Presiden o, j matter unless he gets further information | floor molding and went liim that he had written a note to Mr. j He only says that if it j The discovery came t GaiTield the Commissioner of Corpora-; w'as a scandal to make the grant when no-i way. Several days ag» ........ ¡or,, directin', him to begin tno Investiga- .body knew the value of the lands it is i out of her teens called at the branch | icrt... ciircctin» nim g doubly a scandal on the part of the pres-j office of the Western Union, which is on mornine 1 McCALL PARTY UPSET. Justice. His Family, and Guests in Coach Hit by Car. slagf coaih. ociupieil by Supreme In an Eloquent Speech He Tells the Directors That They Must Agree—And They Do^— Harmony Restored. tic '‘тьГамГо"П.Г theTresM^^^^ Administration to allow part of thej the «round lot as a r„s,a,wholly Of the кап-I lands to be held by the beneficiaries of ...-m.. sas member's resolution, as the iiiyestiga- !. ® gran . _ t;on of the oil industry has been in prog- i amcac hitc ЬАГкГ n ss lor many months. The sentiment , KAlNbAb ППЬ ЬЛСК. aroused in Kansas against the operations!^ . ± t 4. the suuKia.cl Oil Company having.! Prohibits Pumping of NaturalO.s to Jam-.^i lf. Hytit‘ w’l-n и deLÌ.-iv-_ victory in the meeting o' the DiiC'-ror? of the Kquilabic L:f< A.ssurance Society yes- flcor of the Fifth Avenue - ! Ojed over to Mr. Astor. 1 learned. ! The next morning he received a check Í A check and t’le passamgors I'adly si'ared. presented last j hurt. ot ] owt.ver, suggested the action taken by ihe House, the inquiry is to oe made especially thorough in Kansas. __________ i\Ir. Campbell lolU the President that . jj-j House of _ thq people were so much aroused at the j ^ passed Missouri. SpecicI to The N его York Times. TOPEKA. Kan., building. " I want to see Superintendent Miller,” she told one of the young women operators. ” W’liy, he's not the Superintendent,’' j said the operator. ” Mr. Casey is.” | ” No, I w^ant Mr. Miller. " said the : GAVE $2,000 AND RAN. for .$40 W'as I Tuesday at the A.stor Place National! In the party be.sides Ju.-tice McCall wore I Bank by Margaret Connolly and honored. ; McCall, IMis.s Ella McCall, hi."' daugh-The signature appeared to be that of the I ter. Miss .Smith, tlv-ir guesst. the Misses ! voung woman. Friend of Church Hid His Light with His Legs. Л gift of .$2,000. w'hich was made anony-Hc agreed to meet me |mously and on the ruii, as it were, to the firm “Bell & Theresa." p.ivabiv to ” Ca.sh.” The firm's books were balanced yesterday and .showed a shortage of about .$700. tei'f luy a î'i • riiO'e» ii In's oxvn 1--0 I'l ' Î Presldem and ic.ii company ca; hr' i» Alexander pacv. wii tions a.sking Th* Da Hyde and ('Т »>\ rth 1- •et о Ferrell and four inen. 1'he coach had been drix'cn from Justice ISIcCall's home ■ the Hyde int* rests in at J21 'West Eighty-sixiii Street. Patrick McGarry of ‘.Cl Sixth Avenue, About one ve.nr agQ Margaret Connolly "as the driver. As he turned into ,-as emnlovcd bv the Misses McCann to Amsterdam Avenue ilie brake .sudden- .situation in his Stale that there would be . j use of pumps ip piping .... the fullest co-operation on their part with , Missouri points. the agents that might be sent out by Mi. j ^ charged that the gas piping com- Garfield. lie said that since Saturday the ■ pg^y jg gj^ adjunct of the Standard Oil order of the Standard Oil ( ompan> not o (;^cmpanv and that its manager. Theodore ' Barnsdalc of Pittsburg, is m the employ i-hanging ih» J t.,\ ., mutual b;i.=»is, wes d, aC»'-mpt (iitireL-. ;-iui ,n Fur as ii coméeme»! w-.и» sl’e n'td d»:'ininaie tin mutuaiizatlon. This wwi now be c;u- th»' (luestiou >)Г nfiii $ ot Euahzing the ic h»>:ud. The ».ickcd the peti-rs to Mr. »he font’Ol F-iUitablc b\ ... a .«S' .-K to Ч to<l -i'l Its 'ir.sL its Mi buy crude oil from the 4,tXK) W'ells in the State had been in effect and that an enormous amount of property had been practically idle. The pipes run to the refineries in Kansas City, and the refusal of the Standard Company to allow the ow'ners of the wells to use them is causing great I of the Standard Oil. Bills aimed at trusts, particnlarly those dealing w'ith oil, having met with " “ operator. I want to bet this money on a hor.se which Superintendent Miller says he is sure will win at .>! to 1. I’ve g:-*t S>.«dO here, and if 1 can win I shall have $2,>,-fXX).” j Tlie real Superintendent w'as found, nnd j ot through talking I he ioi'tune their books balanced gave ilie g*ii The Treasurer of the church is Samuel opportunity, she declared, to put through j ^ serious accident. Ar.der.'jon, who is in business at 169Eighth I checks. ' ' ! some, delay the hruk»' wa.s set Avenue. Sev'eral days ago a young man! j^i^rgaret was asked to xvrite for thethe stage .staned at a sw'ifi walked into Mr. Anderson’s store and } yesterday little selections from fa-hace down the avenue with handed him an envelope, remarking: vorite authors, and then w'us asked to ' hound car close behind. “Here's something for the church.” ¡write the firm'.s name, wdiich she did, a ! Street the .brake went wrong again, a Mr. Anderson began opening the envel-! handwu-iting expert declared tha* it was ' oOach came to a standstill w'iih the soutli-At ,4evcntv-ninth veeker was convinced that it was a very , ope leisurely while the young man was | handwriting on many of the ehi'ck« ! caught ihe mot.-.rmnn ofi so many objections on constitutional „ , for'her that .she had not mot ^ going out. and wa.s surprised to find that \vinch had been honored by the baiiM. ; guard. Before Clark could apply his;. grounds, a sentiment in favor of a new'; t Constitution has developed. A resolu- the other Superintendent. the envelope contained two new' one-thou-notifie»! ' sand-dollcii bills. Mr. Anderson made a dash for the door, On tlie way to the Tenderloin Station the brake the ear was dow'u on the coach, girl oroke down and xvept piteously. T-» ■ The back of the stage w;ts torn off. Capt. Cottrell she said she was wholly i -‘od the windows smashed. All of the pas- \ hardship. j tion submitting the question of calling | Superintendent Casey at once ^ ^ ■ The President displayed much intere.st j pnnstitiitional Convention to a vote of ¡the police. That w»as before the Ichx» , 4. » , w • .u • . .» .n a constitutional comention to a xoie o , jjeteetivcs watched the place i hut the unknown donor was out of sight, alone in the transaction. According to ; f'^'ngers were thrown into a confused ilicaii. Lboul this. in the information furnished to him and ( xpre-ssed the belief that the investigation would not lag and w'ould go to the bottom pf the matter. Representative Campbell's resolution is not a joint one and ne.ed not be offered to the Senate. The House has the right to order such un investigation. HITCHCOCK CHECKS OIL DEAL, j i FOR A TELEPHONE INQUIRY. j --- I Senator Keenan Wants Legislature to Investigate High Charges Her^. 'ICAC-vTt j ■ i dlvillvT AAA CAlt I. L CL 11 CXi> v k i\.#l I • V-V sus- i Then he tried to remember whether he j police, the girl said: lild- I had ever seen tiie young man in or about .. j to say a the people in 1006 has been prepared I exposure and will be presented soon in the State | for ten days, and noticed seveial Rpnato nlcioup persons go in and out of the build , v. , i , fns, YLsrday ihoy dooidod to enter the | 1»«» but rould not. . . r„L ,He..eives. and they ntade no.e in- |Th^S .a, 1' O^rrome ot"ihe vacin« ca.d. were the |.™dc at tlte aervice litat Snnday ntornln« ('■nm 1 there was a stir in the congregation, and piTni6S MraIOiIcv & Co., Rcicing v^om ; ^ i i i -ni^. i ,, , up WHO pledged an additional inissioners. aim also Mahonie Brothci . , » gigj another ^vho pledged $100. 140 "Vi'est Thirty-fifth Street. ’ On Ine ’ »pj^g church hp.s a member.«<nip of about latter cards were the words. ” fdentifica-1 4(X>. It has alw.dys had a good attendance. Special to The Nezc York Times. ALBANY. Feb. 16.-^Senator Keenaii to Calls Lease of i,500,c^o Acres dian Lands Public Scandal ,S’O’’ /-> 'The Xezv York Times. ytLN-SHINGTON. p>b. 16.—Secreiar.v (jominittee. Hitclmoek has succeeded in blocking in ooinnlaint among the citizens but I shall tell the truih. Late in the Summer iast year there w'oro several women in my neighborhood who laid babie.a in the L’lnily, and those babies neeclc'd fresh air, excursions on the river and such little neces.sities. and as ihose women could not afford to let the babies have these thing.-^. I gave ihe women. part of my w’ceki.v .sal- INCENDIAR|SM AT HARVARD. Supposedly Deliberate’ Attempt to Burn Thayer Hall. Srcchi- I ' l :.e X^:o York i w BuSTOX. Feb. l*i.—(/hief N. \V. Bunker of ih»' Cambridge Fire Departmenl i.> in-ve-.'tigaiing what he l>elievos to have been all awaiting if th» in- IIe has reason to believe that a rich man from Washington, XL J., was robbed in tlic place, and thinks that others were swindled there. The girl w'ho w'anted to find the man 01 . Lilt caCLS Ui \ tiilCixl I JoiTl UL ^niCIi : • * --------- Prof. John M. Reiner complained in De-! f ^ simply went about it m ' pujippU IT^ FAITH ------ accused of ■ own way. and I'm .so sorry ! d» 1 not ask i UHUnUH UHAIMLltO I I TMI I H. oember last. The.v wore having sent defamatory letters through» fbr Uie money, the mails. They weer sent to the Tombs. ! girf^toW foY- 1 could have got it The girl told the police .she had been President Delnr.v of St. Thomas's dis-i i-ecommended to the Misses McGaiin by a !A Congregational Body Unanimously Becomes Episcopalian. three I agtf«_ P'ollowiui \(>te of the four hun in the different throughout the entire 1..500,000 acres of gpg^g^/ i,^ this statement it appears | Felix, the Osage Indian lands. The Indian Ter- pj-jg^ telephone rates are higher in ritory Illuminating is only another name g|ty jg the for the Standard Oil Company, according York pays for 1.200 me.s- tò Secretary Hitchcock. . ! .sages .Cnicaga^lOJ, Boston $!*1, The lease originally was grained , Philadelphia S87. Pittsburg $76, and so j who said he ten yoar.s by the then Secretary of tbe ; gj, ¿[own to $40 in Syracuse. said that he Interior. Hoke Smith, on March 16, 1S96, | —^- | down to the main to Edwin B. Foster. It was. says .• i «-r TUCATRP PIR-F I at 1% Broadw'ay, i Secreiar.v, “one of the most gigantic i oAVES ALL Al IHtAInt • Int^Ug ^he General Mauagvi, »nu wv^uivt «i- ,,, emu х>«.о.и-i last night: monopolies ever i.ssued for an individual! -—- , range to have the w'inner of a certain I voir insulting letters began to come to; ■•When her father <.r company by any Secretary of the In-j N^ark Manager Dismisses Audience i'i'ioi- ’ ^ , i at End of First Act. Mr. Hitelieock's fight on the oil coni-| . pany has been running ever since this ; ^ ^ nf se.ssion of ('ongress began. In hearing.s ; NEWARK, Fe . ». e ac i n before the House Committee on Indian j manage^ i stranger Affairs representatives of the company ^ ® ^ th$> ! building at b‘5 Broadway, eoollv took off ; WLANTED-Profcs.sor in Latin and Greek, non- personally a.taclred Ыш. Senators and A. Body's in ‘he b-»» sat down'to a desK i l.’s«iu.Ì?f Representatives from ' New T'ork, Penn-! ^ ^ л t n a • ftrid busied himself with letters and: Villa Nova, Penn. ^ ______ _______ sylvania. and other Eastern States ap-! W’hen the curtain.^ went down a i p„The desk was one used by a| There w'ere many ausw'crs, and the Fac- I money except her salary.”__ peared before the Indian Committees of ; of the first act. a rura scene, | gut at lunch-| ulty began an investigation, the result of | , ...цг-й-г пдш Congress and strongly urged them to ; Ottolengm went before the audience ‘ Several of the employes looked at | which w'as the arrest of the two men. i GATES IN BULL WHEAT RAID, grant the demands of the oil men that | announced that smoke had been ^ut be was so culm .und sol Dr. Reiner returned to his room in the! the original leases be extended for a ; ered in tile house, but that he feared i mnua , . . , . , , i ....., I lioriod- of ten years at the present rate of | nothing serious. He as royalty received by the Indians. ] to go, out immediately Senator Penrose and Representative j started promptly except Sibley took an active part in the contro-j gallery, w'ho shouted: versy. Senator Penrose several w'ceks ago j smok“? AVlmt's the тг offered an amendment to the Indian Ap- i The manager repeated: propriation bill, granting all the demands ' go at cnee,” and they of the oil companies, ’fhis proposition: Wompu and girls did our irom tut-ut-.-- ^ w,.^ у. was vigorously opposed by Secretary ; hats-and wraps. Two women Tainted and ¡ pg^j^. the manf g u-. He w'ould plead Monks Get Nearly $3,000,000, Part of It | loftier figure on the crop. The bulls had jjgP this ai iernoon. ^ Hitclicock, and'he has been supported by'were carried out by crleri.-. Nobody wuis | pres,s of busine--^> ; u^t th-m make an en- Stock of New Concern. the reins in their hands all day. and at , Bibles were eiven by the American ' the two congressional committees. i liprt. . I ?отГТёаг-Ьу cÎî”« nt;S"th" ; ,.„ые to The New York Tme, I'“"" 'Tract Socle,v.MC, was revresentert by ■ It wa.s announced to-day that an agree-i The fire, a blaze in the cellar, xvas easily j j.ggt oa«--v. ' n* c-s .ч._ ..i ¡less vigor. One small failuie was an ^ Rw. Dr. Gorge L. Shearer. и?ее: - ried »41 b. a çiOi’TCit tO' -ontttdied b». lh(»se wh«> ii lU'- slbO'i Ì'.. .Ml. Ifvde in the si‘a.ggb-. «fi il wü! Ik trr s , r.ninmto»- tiiat will <1 eteinsin- W.U: it in-i! »1 •: sposi- Boa sI.ihH be nu.>U' of la. ■ i i.i.i ’«■; dy stwk interest in Ml*' LkjUdubk vcsird ;n th- cst;.i»^ of l iie l.d»- li* nv •y Ik !i; cle. Us lOUlKb.r Rid Odi of fa >1Г|’.,гапг1 .s'fes- tiiat.!i«*‘t ac ompaìde» I the .•git.uBi.'r 5 t ,• . . omo a lUgrc- c'' aarmonx tha t will cuai'le the nv a who ii. iV- b ■: hit. Ч Ч » ••iitestilig for 111 control of ;ll*y gr- •UL inv itation to г. il.'ieiv lO ih» ir (h-.sk-s ,.! w. riv unitedly fo ■ their . » iìnmon ir-ier« - a -• and t hose O. Ill TGit.Mi poiiiv h».Î«kî-5 :. kk: meeiiug y»-s:« ida y vv us ¡U rin'i'n'oii is i;. :• a ех:геше и.» ¡o -i çer i; in ccink B« .r.scnaЛtic? were iwliñs» n a' di.;; suoYs-o- ;he cnmai.'(i'e Olle. О' th» da\S I h •r . nte.su and no ■I---; eio ¡'. 5: u \y:ua finall,-k upa »1 v.: s mndc th-- uu ti pres-mt t’» dis, .-pard P‘>V.¡ -e sluL rations an i think o; ih» • ve affe, or- : a i-ifjuitable and Ils ¡.«»lie holdees, i'ii ■ Jis -responded us П ma à .;d rc-elecd u •'•ntously. th' V" ;- b-Uîd pripcir'd ; - ’ Os in which Un- flissons: ion :ii-b.s»u 'rids i4'sii!t would .i>a V- jirf-n p*1.s- sibb ü ’ lu Diie.-tors k. 1 e».i i.ppvoacheu the ‘iuui í» s't <>f sirengf vi'k a omrion desire to .serve^lie ii t t »•»Js. ■■ f the com pa.'i..'-. Rid . it is nor t. 'o !u V M to sav tliUt the I •»»mpt'Iling in Tka,: ui Gu- board ti'cik i’lg for liarnu :-¡';r. '.vk-u ap p.-ar»»'! dial haruirry k«: ; a y be at- tuilied. Wr'.s ; that (>f ‘ I;, yr who e.»it;e . i’l r'rom Л*’ s’ kryU"' .-xpres^lv to attend I he Mie»4ing ' sup' e a lllcr- «che '•a'u.se e »■ Mr. Hyde, U‘ I -r ci-h that is t" liCi'îl . p-;«. rnost r'loip'.ent .« his I’Uy ,i .-s ■ ¡S«”’ itor Dep'*w V'id lie- V. a ' > . 1 о s l»er fir.d ibe s*.»i ». sink’..2 inixiduril int'-resis. and m* u к * V\ -I 1 con- llmuince of the dis.taree 11,. -1»S t ! г *; become pu iili' prop«‘G'.’ dariiig ‘.he ia.si. few days : iriusi V.ork •repa’-r.bp hijnry tu all ooncenied. The Agreement Fo. :;cl. Mi‘. D»'pew' is You gentlera -r! c-au n 'uit'il V« Mj hav ■!u i‘W siior’ paid. . , ” She left Igbnie early in the morning, coming right home from work, xvalking alw'av.s. Then she’d go to night school. “I* never knew of her having any debt. Thi.s is believed to be the first time in this country that so lar.;e a eliureh body has changed its faith, without dl-\ ision among its memV»ers. BIBLE D.iY AT WEST POINT. agr»'«“!!!-. n: after. In 'a.UliliO!;.4 ‘t> ‘Ii- th'« i"io s tU the • ’hr'tion of offivers uitii the lO ^ t ciilizatuin of the company, ih -i-, w *;e two or thi;4^v other imporiant ¡•»"■lU« «< nieetlng- Presidenl Ah’xand» r. w’oO i- now sixt>-riye years old. in aefrpi-,.- .}>p it. »‘'leetion rr> tUo whii fi h»' li.’S lit. ill SiUutJ.thu iiK-nt laid been reached at a conference : extmguished. It xvas di.scovered by an at ihe Interior Department betw'een rep-; u.sher who ?!aw smoke coming from a, resentatives of the oil interests and the ' stairw'ay leading from the main foyer. ! ; Special Cable .to THE X^EW YORK TlMES. PARIS. Feb. lb.—Since the expui- ■ ugggced, thé suspension resulting from in- , hp!'* " I^ewis. edi- sion of the, Carthusian Fathers from ; g^iiity to/^gather in required fiind.s oe-; American Mess-ngor. ¡Grenoble there have been law'suits he-: eau.se of the congest.ed condition of the | entire eud»'t oo»os is-embled in the Secretary by which the lease on about : The fact that a ceriour crush was averted j Imported Them and Gave ! i iH'arket. ' : main audience room of »'-’Hum Hall. Gen. ..... '• ’ - , X,.- -r .t,-----«11----„„.3 I I- ». ------.......n .... Everybody said that Gates and his Wall J j Mills and other of,iters were pres- Street associates were the men behind the ¡.^.g^ Rev. Her'c.'"’ Shipman. Chap- w’hip, and that they would not relent in | ^gjg gf Academy, p, .-sided. 'I'be Rev. ! their campaign until the bears had been j Ernest M. Stires, rrct/ir of St. Thom; ! fought to a finish. May closed at $1.21%. church of New f ork, delivered the )i Ghainnr.n »'I I v.-oi 11 sull b' ol his lonsb knowledge ui »la i-great a tax upon i«is "<t wjieve ih‘ > avail itsel. il» I detailed V tiliout too «11 <»ne-third of the reservations is extended ' is due to the coolnesc of the audience and i, for ten, years, the leaseholders to relin-| to the precautions which the horse ha<! (¡uish tlie rest of the oil land.s. i taken under the provisions of a new the- 'L'he agreement is regarded as a great i atre ordinance.. 4-ictory for Secretar.v Hitchcock. It is uu-i ,Vcistood thatghe oil companie.s will make . HOCH’S FOREIGN WIVES. SEIZED CHADVVIOK GEMS. Them to Friends. jceiver appointed to wind up their 1 property as to the ownership of the special to The Xezv York Times. ¡trademark of the famous Chartreuse CLEVELAND, F-b, 16.-Collector Leach | this afternoon made four seizures of val- | ' further efforts to gain 4*oncessionj^ from 1 h»:• Indian Committees, but there is little 1 Detective Says He Owned Up to Sev-| and nev“ ]irospect of their success. eral Marriages Abroad. in his stal,.m..M,t concerning tl,e monop-I Feb. le.-Johann Hoch, In dly Secretarx'.Hitchcock .says in part: uaWe jewelry allegert -o hr.ye been im- The monks adopted a new trademark ^ Juiy. tmder pressure ; ’ported from Brussel? and Par’s by Mrs. i but though they successfully preserved , bette.” part of the day, closed at aj The meeting wuib soh»'uub‘d ,or - o’cioek, but when liiHI nour ririi'- J committee appointed a i c meetu g st t' elnest^y to consider the two I'ttiiiOLir. wus unable to agree, and iin a«i.iet,iiinKTUi \-as takvu until n O’elc^ok. In the meauumc a committee of t\Vo was appoiut 'u to eor.^itir'i the claims «’f oaeli si«b.' * be ..u ^tioii ef mutualization, will, instru, tiv»r.:-- In vepor-. again at :i o'clock. The suh-c.»: 'mitte». le- tho li duty. Beach declinci _ of the persons wdio comeri-ation with Detectne Loitiis, who , ^ |brandy in Spain, whither the | vance oC % cent over yesterdays final, I can say now. said he. Is that j transferred their monastery I ‘hu® establishing a new high record of the .seizures were presents from | monks ttansterred tne r mo a I rJ-^^ material margin. The -Mr C-ornollus N Bliss, upon entering, New York, i.s sfid tof'h.^ ™ l,c oll.ce of Secretary of the ’'“eeior.. matrimonlol entangle-i , ad a., nne.stga ion o ns sage Hefnre comln,. *mew-a_ j "7; Theyj The deadlock is now at an «"d. ‘he [“¿'mp^r of''the“^r‘¡d‘¿Гs'wГs fwerTshly Vx-' and Central Iowa are receiving the bene-: den ’'^Ure a’l residents of Cleveland,” monks having gold the secret to an/ "small" shorts to 1 fits of the gre,st rate war being waged and ’ —.—^-- .English syndicate, which tvill carry on ..„ver was frantic. On all sides fear of the ; between -he lines i-o the Gulf of Mexico :.tha( iini/iàif^ UFân P.AIKPn nPATH ! thi» TYifl.mifflo’.tiire of the liaueur at the I-«raii etfoot hnp-f»v iiprelnnmentf!. followine and those leading to the Atlamic sea-¡agit lea.se made with a view of canceling it. i out found lie could not legally do .so, and i it accordingly has been in operation for some nine yoar.s. ments in Paris before coming to America. ! Besides Parisian wives, Hoch is alleged to have admitted leaving a wife and four ; children at Herrw'eiler, his nat:'ve towi Mr. Foster and his as-! soeiales iiot having experience in pros- : ^ :- i»eeting for or producing oil. and evidently ! Alarm for J. W. Gates’s Dog. neing without sufficient capital to utilize Kvr «h« the great monopoly that had been granted ; ^ genei ««111« ane- hplnne'ins- ‘ nim, encb'avored to obtain such'capital by! JAMAICA. L. 1-, Feb. 16.-Because his ' ‘ j to John W. Gates of Chicago, who ^gg a, few inches at his own MOVING HEAD CAUSED DEATH. I the manufacture of the liqueur at the old factory and under the old condi- Brother’s Kindness Fatal to Patient with Broken Neck. I stopping at 'the Waldort-Astoria. One of I thé duties of Mr. Gates’s valet is to take .sixteenth, or, at present-prices for oil, 1 Wolfrost—a | and they will therefore remain t at rents a barrel, from the sub-! ^ ^ ' jg vicinity of Broad-i 'Principal proprietors of the liqueur, rx cftftr tlip latter had naid 10 npr • aisapp ' _ ^______. . aneration after dislocatlnc hi.s : if« /nzx yielded 10 himself, associates, and nf Yr»- ^ Frederick Wolfrost, who was suf- »^uccGssors (the Illuminating Oil Company) i o loii, ! fering from a fractured spine, died in St. uhc-about lease, after the latter had paid 10 per cent! royalty to the. Indian.s, or about 7J/i v,ents a barrel, “During the last two years efforts I tions. The price paid has not been published, but I hear that it is not far from 000,000. The monks have accepted shares in the concern in lieu of a large proportion of this amount, the Гу n„,l'- hlt.y-fouv.h street. The dog iz 14-™”^ '■а'ааЛ at *13^__ "fwith tttckle to allow him to recupet-' ,'ernment has given its con- Wall Street bogey developments, following In the wake of John W. Gates' predictions, were largely res the storm in the territory of There were all sorts of “ corner ’’ talk, but the local longs proceeded to sell on the sharp upturn. PRISONER GETS TWO FREED. Takes Responsibility for a Death, Pleading Self-Defense. special to The Xezv York Times. | Then Mr. Hyde took the fbwi and spok*: fj|^l(;^^AGO. Feb. 16.—Farmers of Eastern; for some twenty minutes. He look up in the bene- detail the elaiius of the Alexander r-arf-the personal attacks upon lumscii ' that had come oui in the course of the i agitation. He made charges along tie index to DEPARTMENTS. •omrnereial World.—Page 10. / .5 musement.«!.—"Page 6. Arrival.? at Hotels and Out-of-Town Buyers,—F'age RL Business Troubles.—Page 10. Court ('alendars.—Page 11. M irine Intelligence and Foreigi F^age 1(1. .\'» w Corporations.—Page 10. Bey] JOstale.—Page 14. .Society.--Page 9. • United Service. Page 10. rtVeather Repoef.—Page 9. lesterda.v's Fires.—Page Martial. Lavy ContutRied in Brazil. WASHINGTON, Feb, 16. — Minister Thomp.son has cabled to the State Department from Petropblis. Brazil, that the decree establishing martial law has been extended for thirty days. - Rifihn» McLaren Still "Alive. it had failed to discover the I ■ , * j càuse Henry Woltrost. a brother, had ^een I "“'■"‘a'r“ret and partially on account with him constantly in the hospital, and i of the widespread distress caused in last night Dr. Mitchell left the sick man ' the Grenoble district by the removal in his charge. The doctor had not been ; of the distillery. Frederick arrangement, partially be- There was a stir in the Adams Street i S.ettieiU6UL liWll ftlvllll VHVIA.II J.ZVII» a. V*. v , , • A *r% cent to S cents a bushel more than before; originated from the des,re ot some of tim !he struggle began i officers to get control of th" company The inrlington announced to-day it ¡through thc-i^,ncy Directors who Ir would meet all rates made, and while 1 turn should gather m the proxies of tne ecnnpetltors had limited these low rates | policy holders under an Alexander mu-to corn and oais, all kinds of grain willtualization. be included by that road. The new tariff.? Called It Conspiracy. will be issued to-day^ 1 hey call for rate.s» form of a conspii vtcy. Mr. ¡graded from 9 cent? up to 12 cents on said, to stir up public opinion for ‘kinds of grain from Burlington lines ih' mutualization by charges that tut: gone long when Frederick complained that his head was not in a good position : and asked his brother to move it a little ! /Mie. side. Thé brother coniDlied and Trenton Building Unions Strike. Special to The New York Times. men arrested with him. declaring them t ^.;^“^g4‘'and St. Paul, and the Chicago« AW»nfier a»id not bv him- to be innocent. John Bleeckman of 2*24 i Great We.stern fqllow'ed the lead of the i by James Yi. Alexander, and not b. him 1 Concord Street was accused of killing! Northwestern in the downward trend from j self, and then commented in a caustK iGoncora e t ^ p,.. o iTowa. but none of these roads included | gn some of the personui eritrmsms Charles Callahan on Feb. -. ¡anything but corn and oats In the new; , . «varfx» “Judge,” said Bleeckman, “these men i цghedules. it is believed all the. other rnaoe. * ibcuruu . , -----. ^..... , ^'yde declared that the tnst he the two petitions was waen . Alexander came to his office on ist and laid them down on the added that, personal corisider»-side, he did not think it proper that the second HBmp coiniMUfty 1»
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