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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1905, New York, New York                                flf; VOL. Liy JEROME FOR MfvOR IS CITIZENS' UNION DEMAND "All the News That's Fit td Print." THE WEATHER Thunderstorms, cooler; brisk northerly winds. .NO. Its City Committee So 30 to 17. FIXES THE PRICE Action. Taken After a Says Mr.. Ci Jerome for Mayor, fusion, Is tho demand In tod behind closed door's. ni It tee of the after one of the bitten hlstoix oi that 'Iho ropoit, of R. Fulton CuttlnK'K Com-i mil too. which brought of GIRL Stenographer to Jeremy. MAY Tilmblo. who WHS David Rpth- schilcls stenorraphoi when ho was the ho iri of Iho Federal Bank, and 'K supposed to typewritten MKnomont under whhh Aimitage Math- rffiison. Join 'W Wqotcn, OF FUSION wcie to rihtde Certain SHIP WAREHOUSE SET AFIRE BY LIGHTNING The Mulberry9 Hill' Ablaze ptf Staten Island Shore. CREW ESCAPES iti BOATS. Bitter Fight in Informal, tting. c cc ,1, a. the Wol.oll estate, joiome jestcrduy One s thr of hli.h foimu- toHl UlstiiU Attorney that nnuh'of hot testimony at the Woor Un dial wasuntine She tqld MI Jennie Assistant (District Attornov Kreaal I ho km w about the te.HHions'of ftoth- and the ,thie  'uanup ot [YoiJc, the bnttlertylp arrixed in th< hhrbw with ,1116 dibbled itaft and.he'i crew of consisting of Parochial Schools. crew of two; eons'isong of CALLS THEM A MENACE C'ttjrt' ,Iohn and his ThVwhrjhlp wns, not'injured and the 1 r m .d 1 _ t. _ n I. A A M 4 Vtn I tlVr Wm Jin I' -p f toithe ownorf of thfe schooner, tho Na- t And }the< ttrinal ;tapw York. rtofos not i A thifndqnMoinvwhleh ovoi'ataton island, tho and South Hiook- 1 I 1 I I I 1 I Ulttk :jbv by Priest Retorts vThat Polite- s Taught to Children i o In Them. ONE CENT FLAGSHIFM30ES ASHORE. The Rainbow, with Admiral Relter Aboard, in Butuan Bay. MA'NH.A, Aug cruiser Bain- bow, the fl.igshlp of the Philippine wfuad- ron. with Rear Admiral Reltoi on id, .went asho.e this moining at the mouth of the AKilsan River, LButuan Bay. In Noithoin Mindanao A 'ir-poit to Rear Vdmhal Tjain s n h that the Rainbow ib not damaged, and la resting easily Tho converted ciulsor R ilnbow Is n btcel vessel of 1.MX) horse power nnd JOG tens displacement CZAR LEAVES OPEN A WAY FOR PEACE President Making Other Appeals to Him. ll y UK H3 Inn list nlRht .fightH.: in   nun HUH .1 i Is undoiko'od that she also deolaied midnight nlghH I i I t 1 that hoi dls.ixow il do  of Mi Ki on tho stand 'ol ho in the IU8C Ot gH'lt P1' I Tlfe Rev 'Thomas 8 Duhlgs, Id boa i some of the pei- ;AH that Mr Kieael in- was adopted bv a xoti after Mr. -Cutting chair and -took the floof_to whip g miration into line Cot This stand by th folloxvod tl riilltM In bout this losult, tlu o to IT. but onlx j it was then If up i to niake altUlaxU to piccedlng of Wooteu Junt as NorlotiM fires on the xvatoi front 1 l i i r 111 l masted Mulberry nm. MINN the hit cum mldwav hotwien VompkhyM vlllt and iMmd, not! The SeCretary, the Has ra up', bnliiuuu In' His Hometown. to uid 1 i i i i capsized after big waishlp.l but sho waa lun out frotn the JJ.IH3 1- L> V II- ----------__ ---------IT 1hV 7heJono of the iflost Influenthil' Roman Collision with British Steamer and nlKbt jpyands Drowned. NVO Aucr '21 Japanese SUNK. !COMMUNICATIONS DIRECT- poraillv the a imago e i a ft i h h A 'i f 1 )C'l Q u l n c bi ought' her t? the I it i Union, r Republican or- o d ixr at h i manv >tops yvojf takm, fm Fusion on linos of mutual concession cided 'astonishine.nt in It was learned :at the tors la.st iilgrht that. Cutting, rid It t ausf d I politic il tin tlon of th IpitaUd Iho w she dochLKd. and Her state- un thr xvltnoss st nul that her affi- daxit wni made undei dm ess wUf unti ue It. xv 13 Haiti uiionklallv that the i s- tilrt Attoimy's ol i Ice would not1 pioseiiite l.lmhlo peijuo, ih x lewt oC tho aid -sh( ha1? icndeitd In tho ease I exact, natim the statements bv Mhs Trunbk weio kept) shirfic stbi y house In Bush's i ji-ortv-fouifh fire fiom .inothoi woi o tin nod In foi tho flames At 1 It was bulldlnK Stou cotton wm'.r-i at tlib foot f JjrooklVJi, Knt "if Aq< said' last :iareiiee Jl. 'ollc pastors had written to ClArvnvv Aug Micktx 'to hei a (losfion in po e nis Kinlo was sunk in frOhS her j... with tho Hiltlsh ho considered anvthlng but pdllte Father vtitfgs said, ho ll.id lnot' con- is after botauso'tlio Ropublkans had t ikinj "the" 'initial tow aid holding a Fusion confoience C'ltlzens' T nJon exported to such a ronferonot at last nlpht s meeting but the Ropub'lu in on? bott them bx truing the (II for su< h i moot- ing to be held at tho Ropuhllcan lub on Aug 31 Mi Cutting plainly was .uigercd because Uud xx is to his or ganlzatlon. and while ho said last that he prosiimod the T nlon would bo represented it tho  have put Wlore us, I j can rnakf no fuithet, G Battle. lawvor flies lighted SandV Hook The Stapleton polVe asked Fire quaitciiH to'Htnd, turning ship and the fire boat AV Stiojng. off the naticM, got up and ptaitod down the bav to hei1 about (1J 35 o olork The police boat I'atiol wont along to ion 1 4) I I Hi I xvhat o she could Thp of twontx four i tod tlio MulbeUV Hill jOHt after thf fii  U'lixmtum ah didaro. fcir Fight Over the fteport. thla-repoit xvt to tho full i of the Commlttt hold leu Inter the hitler tout, st w on Mi Cut- ting': himself, of coiu-e, pi it tlu n he as Chairman. th< Konilnitini, Oom-nltttf handoa'In tho report foi Jciomi as the rend tlu ai element .took1 Boul.ton. late Sod ilNt laU ornor; )-.y .-Tinfothx Jloih tho PX didu'j. toll imo xvhal hd had 'ows It WHS learned yes- toul.ix, rotumrd from Iluropo on Sat the Amo-iean liner Philadelphia bC" could not be found at hli, homo- yesteiday, itlzens WftH ho wa-s 4MitoWnv Atlanta's Mayor a 1 thisToledp Convention. at some sot t saw them.' thought there of eeiebratlort on board Finding thqlr men low lornitncd on boahl" b ashoie of "tin w up' Tin) f-lanu hatches Hbout th< il tlu ifiro within nH fho' dilx-Vr tst mil tin- situation PaugHter of'Charieri Lockhart Forces h n TlW'ehnVch to" hugcsti pucishex Vln'jl4uv borough, parlshloncis., building School, .which is ony of f the the count. V H cost mi- fuiniahed To pi ovldo funds ".for furnishing It Fathei DulilgK1 HnnouiVood' that tablets doWd bo erected in each class room, Ing'tKe'iiamts of tlmsc who contributed toward th'eir'Uuipinent. THe women of tho palish set Out collect inn 'funds' foi the1 One lof tlieso volunteer was U A Mc- iat Mis .Clarence wa? to Mr New Yw I Ttmev elected a' m'ombor of the S< hool lionid wmip to theiijtlti ljMro I 5'( has been (o au- i i ito-day a In the Lock- O (011- tcst of the toritument of OH man H UK'U jv figures moie it i i soils and rordnge Aftei burned fire settled down into ,htc h3 v Di hlP faxorite daughter, Elp.inoie. man led 'rN- to rn; t first OenMst Mrs nod soon i U i onie bx A labo.r- Frinl', himsol'f. a alty non.iinritionf 'I h put tb hoi hoi Watehousf rompnnv Lat the, Ilidpt, ot 1-oi-; rolWd ,Ho ,that lutt nfjter; midnight; W Inch jt' Foi flh the (UtK i OJKO was split -oio-hi h do- ii, ,ia 4U li 'h'o r msrcmontv w was a tlnlo iho" woo St'umtis tifd up ncaP 'and to be md tjttkcn' biij ao Intense} was tho hoat wbkh took fire WMS caJUd Section 1 of'Mlk Trouith Avenue Police iStation xxas rldliiK H is 'h'o both to r mgcinontv w ifl and (ilif mborR of r.ockh 11 1 fnmilv, n a han Iboc imo Mis flowci .fiends llAt> take plate. iloslx i I, I'J Miss MrNamaru wrote to ins Maoknv, asking for contribution the School Mf hi< wife Miss Katheiino Dun. sontod to their nUniagi- being pe. foi mod bv .1 Roman Cathoho few daxa ago a m Explos.on. Aup: 2a a W son ownoi, (Ml toiiilit explosion of at Tails, C.il Mis A Of a uifno i motho? InslantU klllod sufloiod fa was also lit Ld up tho a cold on I' i opoi t WISS WALLACH'S LONG SWIM. With Taylor Townsend She Covers >-.One Y Thyi.oiv .-soii'.'-xiC- Y JV ST pjrn th TI-M-KK -Nivxv YO.RK TIMBJS- l riibl'o.- Cop.vi-'.Kht. lOOo. nsnrucT, Aug. com lot Ion that: the. highest i< nt hero as xvcll as a'( Portsmouth, to bring .about This adiKd to optimistic the Jioiios of a Tho Bouiso to dax lospondcci thlB smgulno v. Tho piimipal lac-toi Is :rrrcopnlze6! to ho (ho poiMi'ial nogo t la t ions' between I'loskknt and tho .Czar, Am-- baa.sador -M oyori V.- I .-..A1-', g' so-u.ClV.-i-l y W'lhd: and ,n il ws on i of ap tosr A is shown ox nil (onoluded Mayor ow'ncishlp tn- Woodwait! ap- onoluded Mayor Woodwaiti ap- -v non h stuffo, aVifl, Wftlklnff .low- lolled hv sexoHil po loemtfh 'ha'd ,n po o til- remaiks' Minn the holt, building A the waa'tdi'nod In  nnd Seth tho fjamofs had t a kom of thei w.irehbuse Tho Interior of the building, twhkh xxas a one-stoM bi Ick xxan sulxll-vided Daxld A In meanHm'c complete bx in I dei and Mr Woodwnid to con- compelled to join In While neither, would mx that Mi JMomc would a Ma mills n i- tlon t.hey .intlmilrd that tluH would bo ,rto difficulty on th it s  port'or-tho; Nomh.itmB rommittfp met In debate was I %VfiS' P- umouiHod ox Sonitoi Jt lonn m  iLillV .Mi.. Ho tind that the lOioxxn to tlie mou when the lu.jd of t'hf- inn out .tluio H nothing that I -oa're'-. to .hooarno out and WM. mk.d what he to o.ut. "But, Mr, uttinp e.'t'mo out flat-footf< M'.vor: did. it not one 'not bo so pnsonal Mi MU again st.uted otf !der IniinjS hlmsclt to he the i epicaentatlvo S of iho w< ilthlfs-l re il estate ind cot poi i- jtlon owneis In Atlanta, Gi I 1 hoi o xxas just OHO in in Ml oser able to pixctlte municipal ownoifrhlpi nut foik tin 'uiival of tho It was1 'Noriostlx, ho said "and that was the that the flames Voulcl haxqj spiroJ id 1 iio Ruin Jones ol Toledo i to the. cntlie Hie of XMII the that tluie xvas and to bo ui dor the1 the usual tioublc, In tl ntlsfhboihood oC a lark of water Waiprsaman he had Mhjlrg at a'bout- rnJles Irom Ho spuit l-iSf Fall iii1 SbiHhen'i' Cdllfo'niila, foxx moiths1 agfo and took  out: Tele- grain Company xvas to-day, nuthorlzed by CoSnt Ln.nisdn.rrf state officially and in the formal -.manner that., would pay Japan no contrlbu.-. tiori, direc7t or indirect, .and xvould'rnaKe. knoxx it too j Tin d1" legates eoukl It no longer 'and loft tin lolixention hall I MaxbV'lJunur oiUd Tills is 1 but lot us ronslUoi Jt nj a l joke i 'For fifteen U ,4. j the rn.lway englrej-r', "Arthur Snow Ciinur Q irnrt r or iiriiMMi vi nvt-iivj bnolic.the', lightning played oontin- txvelxe, Bessie i t ill A! ...li1 ilTl Htrnd aged uallv The >ilt jln 'ma'ny thieo-storx' fianio b'ulldlnff, with three i faTnllies in It. at 41 j _ I Hrighton, THREE A RUNAWAY. 1 Mrs.' W. H. Grossman, Who Sat Still, was set T- C'oUlmblh StWet, and, The families their nlc-ht Llothlnc nlg-ht Llothlnc was arrlx'cd Tiocs f -think of j .is had o, Was the Worst Injured. 'f Yotk Tttttfs, AUK While drixing th'u" iltf rnoon in n thn Annrloin Yacht InVi 'L the 'hound Mis H Dovk camping neor Swanzx'i I Q wanted some 'bluebenlea for lunch 'rtius famp, they struck out in the foroftt and lost thoti way in the woods special' w'lth( rieat ehers found fhVmV I'our miles frorq f imp All w< and reooUed medical Mry 5-( out cent purple thei Clarence H. at ?SJ.. In to coflt' appealed band's 9. hitherto put out ahd a'H trolley ctus brought to a standstill BlltlSH b( a llttlo he ro.- thf 1'nlon Kloptfd bv to you Nomln Hlnp fommlttn tViinvd' Toiom< dldn t it0 isaln i sit tied Mi ul 1 n ]dc v iff K Idr Mho Horn. Mfc ompuij wo i thiown from.fi caniaR- lit a iunawaS .ucldMit The winst inluiod of 'wai MIS rrosuman, ho is tlu xvlfe of a and uitteied internal inluilos I TIV othfi women woie hHilsod- 'J ho t( un a pall of spirited coifs, bor INDEX TO DEPARTMENTS. Arnitficmonts.- P LJ o 7 Arrivals of of Town HUVM" I Tro'ubks ro-rnmorolMl "i Id t'ovirt Cfih-nfl ti I IM ahd J o Un AlnlH 1 i 10 lonffinp loi Mrs i pom (art In tho (ioad huiiiul Mrs IJIK the f -xn.s vl-sited bx one ot the fler< clfUiical ntoima ul the xear, and with i ame a doxVnpou1! rain {.haf. ilrepnis, and did Rica damage to oops, ospocialh; the tditial and ouptern npartn 'of 'the Tlun poisons woie shuck by "R, I nlonxlllf Willla'm Bhaw 'of' JJi ookiyn rrr MSIOIC Oil JOllfS. r OIVILC j put ofi to ih, Jiano. when the life Parker ripou wa dk) ,JfI 1MJ up Uu In itfr.r.v, N.'; H., 'Tins correspondent was evening on abao- lutc-ly :i-e.li.ablo ;iiiith'ority. that I'oirce handod. a to WItto from President this mornInp -befo.ro tiro Rus-' iviaivfiivoy loft Koax-h. .10. thc tho Prosidftnl urged 'Jl; to 'accept the 'terms offered-.. -..xvlth -M. ...xx, I'-i-t-. V" YlWi'-U ;tho by- Baroii :lvonnt.ra ypstorday. He did jujt Specify, any of moiioy, to :'be- p-Viif ,by but.- ..urged t.he half Iho .Jslaiirl .of Sak- n t, f p r t h ip' x, pe ITS e s i n on.behalf of the JRus- United Service Vesterday's ri 1'iRf Posted loik foi Nooidam, from New llotterdam, tn N, y cham'f got ting off killed cbn, Pioducc C'lty Kxtrart of Vanllln IH the AL Ueat grocers.- Railroad i" 
                            

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