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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1908, New York, New York                               f-'t "All the Mews That's Fit to Print." THE WEATHER. Fair to-day} warmer Friday? north becoming VOL. LVII-. ..NO. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, FOURTEEN' PAGES. ONE CENT In Greater New York, Jersey City and Newark, I [TWO cairn. OMAHACROIDSMEET 1UTORACELEAM Cannons Boom and Whistles Shriek When Thomas Car Enters City. ZUST CUTS DOWN LE.AD De Dion Still at Cedar_Raplds, iowa- Protos Reaches Chicago and IVJoto-" i bloo Remains Day. 22D DAY OF THE RACE. Time. Arrlvsd. A. M. Thomas.. ..Omaha, Neb.l 1 536 Zujt. la. 1 45 8 Dion. ..Cedar Rpdi.Ia. 1 262 Chicago. 1 O43 1 54 day -t 3FORJECAST V O K. RACJWG Rain, loirefl by falllne temperature and snow. Sftcial to Tin New York Tints. OMAHA, Neb.; March Thomas car In the New York to Paris race ar-. rived rat Omaha at this morning and will-leave for: Cheyenne early Thursday morning. The trip.from Logan, Iowa, where we stayed1 last night, to Council Bluffs was' devoid of Incident lintll we reached the outskirts of Omaha, Where'-we met with tha grandest reception given us yet, The car. has been equal mud and.has etood up wonderfully. before have I piloted any car through such'fields of muri. through such Jiorrible road' condi- tions, as .ha-i'O been found in-the last 200 'miles. _ WIN-ANS ANGRY WITH SON. Announces His Disapproval of the Young Man's Marriage. Sprcwl id The Kc'.c Y.brb Times. BALTIMORE, March' Gen. F. G. trobe, personal coiinsej for. Ross Winans, to-nlgh t announced that Mr. Wihans thorized' -him-' to say that his son, :0.hpinas (Wlnans, had marriedi without his consent and' w'a's i -rioyr -llvjng in Paris. on an al- ;lowanoe paid by his f athen It Is said the father is greatly son, and that the young man will- not inherit the "HViiuihs riiilllons. Mr. Wirians several months ago started for America .'VvUh- the bodies, of hla wife and 'another Bon he expected that his- son: Thomas would .cro.ss 'the oc.ean with him. The Btpamer oia: which; they were to. sail' was scheduled to leave Llvej- pool .'early in the morrilng; and Mr. arid Ills son w'erit on board the night before. When Mr', Winans awoke the- next morning with steamship well down" the Irish -eKanuel he found, that his Bon had slipped off, the night before, The son went straight from fo Paifis and married a Spanish actress, In spite of -the im'ost strenuous Objectlona on part of his father; Mr. Wlnans' s anger was so great when he 1 ear :ti his son had contracted "what he bellev .to be a mes- alliance that he "is alleged to have decided to leave the bulk of hia millions to oth- ers than the son, who would have received them -in ordinary circumstances. buma Hears That Russian Processes Were. 'Disclosed to English Firm. EXTORTION CHARGE AGAINST YIBAYER Attorney General's Special Dep- uty Arrested After He Accepts in Marked Bills. BLAIR ESTATE FIGHT ENDS. MONEY FROM MONTGOMERY Former President of Hamilton Bapk Accuses Him of Threatening to Close Proposed New Bank. Nathan Vldarer, Bp_eciai Deputy Attor- ney General for .the State and 'candidate, in turn for the Supreme Court and Court .General Sessions, on the Hearst "Ihder peridence League ticket, was .arres.ted yes- terday at; the Astor House with In marked bllla jn his pOBsesslon, Tho District Attorney's asserts that this, money was obtained from Will- iam R. Montgomery, formerly- President of the Hamilton. Bank, .as: the1. result: attempted extoitlon, the money having been accepted by Vidaver ostensibly as a fee" to muzzle tne newspapers and keep .Attorney General 'Jackson's- office from with a plan Montgomery had on foojt for the opening a new bank in Seventh Avenue. For months has been active in the -worn of the Attorney Gen- ST. PETERSBURG., March later- eral's department. It was he who con- pellation was Introduced in the Duma to-j ducted the Grand Jury investigation of day demanding explanations from Admiral the KJssena Park scandal in Queens Bor- Minister of Marine, of: ough. It wa.s he also who prosecuted the .t in navy circles that Russian naval, charge of neglect of duty made s-had been communicated to Vick- j William Leary, State Superintendent of Five Grandchildren Get Each; Son After being years In thf cnurta of Jersey, the John 1. Blatr 000.000 estata was [straightened out be- fore Vice Chancellor Emery In Newark yesterday, when thn- was dis- charged and the steps had taken in settling the difficulties approved. The five grandchildren of the testator w.ere -paid each :th .casrh anii secu- rities. These -heirs nre Tsabeila Scribner, Chnrlf-s Scnbnpr, Srthuf H. Scnbner, Blair" Mitchell, ,and Emma Scrtb- ner Larned. They said they were satis- fled with the terms. The bulk of the es- tate goea to the .executor. Witt C. Blair, a son. John I. Blair of Blalrstown, N> J., died in December, 1809. trusts narnea In his will for his five grandchil- dren. It was found, however, that many of tha stocks specified Jn trusts had been told. The grandchildren brought sutt to' compel the executor to replace theis share a with not to maks tha bequests the same amount as that named in the will: secrets- ers'i .Majciiii, .the. ''English ship- Electio-is bj Max Ihmsen, candidate for 'builders, In i connection with the .construe- i Sheriff In the last municipal campaign. tinVi- ri'onr -fi'ii ea'liin Riirik 'by the present time Vldaver reorenents tion of the hew Russian cruiser Rtirik'by this firm-.-' "These secrets wera thereby f the Attorney General In the Metropolitan rendered.available.fo other nations It ie aileged: that the. armor, guns, and j Strejet. Railway ijnvestigatlori. VMaver denies .Uie charge upon which shells manufactured by Vickers's Sons, j ho was Crested, but admits that he re- I Maxim -were unsatisfactory, and that the i celved the marked monej. He explained MAILS WAIT ON SOCIETY. Great Neck Can't Get Rural Delivery Without Rich Residents' Consent, Special (a Tht A'rtK York Timet. GREAT NECK, L, I., March the approval of Meadow Brook colonists and other wealthy property owners of the sec- tion alluded to as the Newport of Long depends the fate of the newly proposed rural delivery route for Great Neclr. The proposed route is skirted by the estate of some of ,the wealthiest residents of Long Island, and j as they own automobiles 'and can readily i mail at the Village Post Office, Postmaster Hlcka says their, sanc- tion to the rural route is necessary-before the less fortunate residents who live In remote sections have free delivery. Among the prominent residents whose approval !s asked for are William K. and J. P. Grace, Henry Pi Booth, Charles Ministry of Mauihe, of replacing that u was accepted merely thin: mnVpi-hil "rfirnn.i- from fac- i lalner for his services as assi as a re- associate -coun- sel for Montgomery.' Trap .Laid tor Htm. X His Arrest was result of a cleverly executed plan arranged by District Attor- tory, and' furnished plansoi Russian, eight ney Jerome, to whom. Montgomery had and': ten inch guns to the English firm j gone with a report of his ,negotiations when; the English'shell failed to meet the i with the Special Deputj. The report high-velocity requirements insisted upon made by the ex-'bank President appears to supervising- in- Vickers's Sons Maxim ro pre- pare the armor according to a Secret process worked out '.at. the Kqlp'ine fap- 'have plowed a. trail in tho. road whf-rf enterprising Western farmers can plant the-ir grain ancT.reap a harvest at our (-xjVens'e. To-day .American flags. us.all along tho.road: No-matter how humble thii ivirmh'ouse, .ah. Amerl-- <-Dn f'.ig was .-evidencing the patni'U'Pin of the West. Words are inadequate- to describe our reception in -Omaha. The moment we. .Missouri Valley, twenty-four 3t of Omaha, the- fact was an- by the scrneahihg of- a "large elron wh'ist-ie at the Union Pa'clfic shops. Uncidentally. permission must-be-obtained from the city ..fathers-before the whistle enri bf' blown.. The siren was heacd. all over Omaha hoaraiding, our .approach, When wo reached the bridge between Council -Bluffs-.-.a.nd Omaha eight canno.n were fired, 'and every whistle in tha city rivi- Hazen L Hqyt, Silas Cord Meyer H. P Kerr, Roswell Eldiedge, t'iarltson Cowl, August Jatin- sen, William Astor Chanler, Lee Kohn, Mrs E. M. Scott, A. H. Alker, 3: F. Paiiidlng Farn- ham, and C. B. Wilson. AUDUBON YACHT CLUB BURNS. BLACK ATTACKS THti RACING BILLS SCHOOLS. of Education Rejects Corpora! Punishment by a Vote of 21 to 17. By fi ote of twenty-one to seventeen the members Of Board of Education' _, i last nlg-ht defeated thn proposal to intro- if Gambling at Race Tracks corporal 'punishment in tha public- acbo'ols of this city. <_ The special committee appointed to con- sider tha subject, composed of Nathan S. Jonos, Dr. Dennis JL McDonald, and George A. Vanderhoff, Said that 470 let- ters had been received .from all parts REGULATION, SAYS POTTER (the country, 2TO 'ravbfing the reititiodur- tion of corpora] puiiiahment. Bupt. Maxwell waai among those who Is to Co, Bets of Candy Are Punishable. Compromise) Proposition Offered by Jockey Club Would Fa- vor Credit Batting. approved.the plan. FOUND Observer at Greenwich, England, Saw It on Eight Different'Nights. Yirk CAMBRIDGE, Maw, March' 4.s-The ALBANY, March 4.-BX-QOV. Frank B. ot ftlMW planet or BaWBlto to Black appeared this afternoon at the Joint ,n al cablegram received iroto. hearing the Codos Committees of both against bills, recumrnwideo.   narrow hallways and jammed up against doors that only opened inward, the pupils- were killed by fire and SR and crushed under' tha grinding heels of their panic-stricken playmates. All of tha victims were between the ages of 6 and 14 years. There wire about 316 children In the .school. ,Two In vain efforts to the little onesi, perished. To-nigfit 1163 tn the, morgue at CoUiuwexvd, of v hich more than 300 iiaxre been identi- fied and 57 are still unidentified. Thirteen South li. order that Mrs. Brokaw, who is children are .til) unaccounted for, and Bishop faotter for Regulation. i still in a hospital, may accompany him. all the hospitals and houses for two miles Something of a sensation was caused by j William Gould, uncle of Mr. Brokaw, j around contained children, some mortally the reading of a letter Bishop Pot- J from York, denying thajanfl ntany less seriously Injured, ter of New York, in wnlch he said It is j report 'his com Irtiori that not abolition, but regu- i estate U> htm. the stewards of The Jockey Club after a consultation, with Police Commissioner Blngham and severa.1 Justices of Su- preme Court, contemplates the prohibition _ UIUJILCT V.U1I HID p 1 Wi Help Save Property at, by etatutorj, enactment of the passing of Accompany Her Husband. Sfecia! to The Aia Yor'; flints. HIGH POINT, N T. March 4 id un- derstood that the Blairs, parents of Mis. William Govild 'Biokawv who aro now have for itg resull the fnaugura- j at' If airview Lodge, have ueen aaviaed that tion of credit betting, something aktn to j Mr. Brokaw has decided to wait several the Fyslem now In vogue at the English days longer in New York before returning money In betting at the tracks. This tracks. Bishop Pot- j 'telegraphed from York, denying tnaianfl le said It is i report that Mr. ]Jrok.iw had deeded Vi hkt lation would provide the best means of j The parents of say that meetlnK the betUng evil A similar letter I rumors of a separation ate unfounded, .They 'tell me. .that such mammoth day. which we were actually; L? Jv compelled to fight our- way. miie, j are'no no'tt-s .b'riporsonal obliga'ti.i were, never before men bv policemen who conversations between the in thfe i case, supplrmenung the of. us were respon cessful effort to t our- way. for.-a. miie. are no .briporsonal obligations tearing hit, i "'f case, supplementing th- seen in Omaha Police- -slgnatia-o -upon: tha markt-t.for salo or clisi-ount, i written evidence of a stenograplier Mho, on horse-back 'in ,front I whUo hidden sible for our final s-uc-j S. of Presi- Bomerj's Iiome ,earh j esterday morning, yse reach our garage, i. aent usually known as U drant, Jr., took down !n a oonversaUon Flowers and flags .thrown at us during 'lives' in San -Diego, -Cal., most 'of the 5 ear between Laivjer Moses H. Grossman and According toi the District Attorney our passage 'thrfcyg-h' this vast co.ncpurse u. s.- Grant, nephe.w.-of- the late.President, o.f people mingled In gay confusion with -fw'ho is'not junior, has a-'post In .the United Iowa mud'. states "-''Sub-Treasury.' He..said'.yesterday This is the had, not' exce; The interest taken in this face. is. am'aziiig I come'from-'him." j Bank. He is accused of arranging the 'to me. .1 have never seen such enthu- j." Gen. Fred; D. Grant, --commander of the meeting >esteijday afternclon Klasm. I hopo the same .courtesy will bo Debartinent. of. the Kast. .stationed nt Vldaver and Montgomeiy the Astor extendec Grossman artedjas the go-between dtu ing s grandest reception we hayjjthax'he kndw whence tli.o earning most of the Dealings between Viaa-ser excepting New .York' City, i came .or why it was Issued. If did not nnd the former President of the Hamilton I hopo the same .courtesy will bo Department of. "the Kast, .stationed nt Vldaver and Wont ed the foreigners when they ar- Governors Island, 'has a son, Ulyt-ses S. although he d I orn sure it will the was paid o rivfe, and I am sure it will, H, E.' Freder- vGrant, third, who' is a graduate of West the ickson, the Omaha agent--for-the TJibmas 'r OFFICERS CRITICISE HALE. cars, .met us twelve miles 'cast of Oinaha, find, will probably; pilot .us .throughJ-tq. Cheyenne. -We start morning, the giimbo .clowa mad) has been knocked off the car-and fresh- tires put on. My trip ends'at which I as 1 have long fostered a great regard for my car, has stood, -tho strain so well, and carried us thus far In safety. I hate to leave "old baby." and turn her.over to strange hands, al- though1 my rugged "companion, Schuster, assures me' that he 'will -see. she of Senator ,Hnlo and other Senators in is riot mis treated. cutting .short tho. 'stii-tcment .with .which Well. I'want .to-get back subject i sought'.to.open .his tea- Point, and. is Btationod at.B.dston. Gen. Grant said that the he "was..sure, had iiot been sent owt by liis.soh.vaud'h.e. did not thiuk his brother had sent it. either. i Action in Cutting Short Commander I by was when paid to in marked bills; was not the first er had received fiom Montgomery, according to evidence; which is hands of :the District. Attorney. Thero was a chWk for R like sum which Vidaver .retvived 'last "year; When He First Met Montgomery. According to Itlie information received .Sims's. Testimony .Raises Row. Sff-cjal la.The A'rrt' .Y.or.K ;J the dealings between srfiri tlie banker began, laat No- vtnilic-: a weeks after the Hamilton Bank was closed by order of the Supenn- Glady, Sponger. of John If Springer nf the (..land Opeia Twntj-third Street, the first tire the fire, irhlch started in Dnlton's. beeh r0presented opposed to, any Slie telephoned to Fire Halt, and then, m ch ln the ,aw't chance to bp haord company with Miss tjlara Aimay, Miss G. I tmrty out ol- sixty-one fa'ir Sturges. ahil spvM-al .others, including j as8oclatlons jn tiie state'were represented. SIXTEEN MINERS ENTOMBED. To.day.g ilcarfng was hold with a givjng tlm sooiet.es who English Coltiers Cut Olf Fire- Capt. Pajiie Kretzner. Commodoie of the Loulg niadei the principal oug Knickerbocker Canoe Club, formed ln favor Of the bill, was a member buckct brigtule and did great work in sav- j of the of ISM. of the latuirches and j ,shlch the omnibus prohibition "TIN CANS IN THE SUBWAY, New Cars So Named by Guards The ing pending tha arrival of the Flia Depwt-; gambling HP declared that the ment j pprcy-Gray law evaded the Constitution and fell snort of meeUng the Intensions of those that revised It. The ordinary citizen, who on one day visits a race track nnd observes the operation of the pool seller In an In- closure specially provided, known as the betting ring, from a hundred different stands, et which attractive odds are' of- jfered, and who finds' operations have apparently the sanction of law, la unable to understand why he cannot, on the succeeding clay, Isit' a poolroom and bet on the same horaes without con- tributing: to tha commission of a State- offense. Dlncfc's Speech, Feared Feared Must MU8t BIRMINGHAM, England, broke out this evening erl8t1> March' -1 A in the Ilam- near Sixteen mitipjs arc entombed and rescu- lnE liavo not been -able to reach tncni Jl 'c that Uiej have per- The Side-Door Problem. oirter requiring the Interborough Rapid Transit Company to sl'low cause] of Omaha, I have been here 'only 'a 'few. tlmonj: .in the naval .investigation-' yester- succeeded R. Thomas to the Presi- dency'..'.of the suspended' making vigorous effoits 'to get de- of'nevv- Bteel ears for the gubway posltois consent to a plan for resumption. hag bpen receUPd and put ln operation .hours, and for the-first time since le'a'v-- day l.n.-a- storm .of criticism ing- New York I leel at" home.- The peo-'! among naval officers. o'f-Omaha have a way of taking you Commander Sims gave out a statement into .their bosom that at pnco-.appea'ls to-day, covering his preliminary remarks to you'as sincere. The managers' of tha i 'Before, the Senate Committee.-..He pref-, Hotel Messrs. Thilb'lri and Mur- j ac-ed u "saying'that. Ki.s. remark about the. courtesy of'their'house-! tho poor gunnery in the. Spanish war was and-treated''us' Co the finest noon- j -not intended to'-be a. reflection on the per- day repast-it has. been my fortune tb sonnel. .he -declared' "Is the- best lake of since leaving Chicago: j in the world." (office, but was I associated with Clarence f The Secretaries of the Oihah'a Club, and j The shpotin? in ths war, was bad sim- i j as cotinsel for the Independence i the Omaha Automobile Club, Lee Moshan, j ply: because the system in vogue then did Leag.ue ana close to'Attorney Gen- and other ..preparing a ban-i not develop', the..ability .'of the gunners 01' I ertU jackson w'hat transpired at that in- cixipt for this evening-, jit the Hotel Rome, !'Of: the material. Our men. .supe-, i will ne told to the Grand Jury to- arid I anticipate a great time. Or.mha] riors of any others '.in the worlu, nnd since11 day bj, Montgomery himself, has a holiday for this" after- present system of gunnery" training i xhe'veision tliat has come to the DIs- noon, and "festivities are under wfiy. they ha-vo that trjct. s' office is that Tin. newspapers were commenting un- favorably on the1 bank on reports of. its af- fairs that emanated from the ottiee of the Attorney General, which at that time was making an investigation in conjunction Department, There, was a meeting between.'.Mp.ntgo.rti- crj and who at that lime tsas not connected with the Attorney General's should side doors came up for hearing before ''Public Service Commissioner Eustia yes- terday, but was postponed until April S, owing to the Inability of Eton J. Ar- nold, the commission's expert, to be pres- ent. Alfred A. Gardner, counsel for the com- pany, said the company Tsoultl not con-n sent to side doors in all the new] several speakers had been providing the commission would' j Jn of the bill Black g< the floor. This Is not a moral he said. "It is a'purely practical question. There IB not a profession In the mem- bers of which would not divide upon the question of whether gambling U right or wrong. "You should not be' guided, whether or idiop'that p.irt of tho order requiring the changing of cars at present in use. The tirst Installment of the recent pUr- on the Subway expresses The cars have doori nearl.v twice as wide as the doors of the older tvpe of car. and the plat- forms are correspondingly larger It is vou come from Chemting, Buffalo, said the new t-ars cost about IPSS j Brookl} nt by the sentlmortt In j.our dis- each than did the first steel Subway cars. I trlcts which may foil you In your desira The exiling instead of being aluminium is t to cfcme back" to the Legislature if you steel. The cars rattle a good deal, and j coomter to It. Should yoy let some of the train guards have dubbed yourselves be'gui'ded by any local breezes tin cans." j uxe that, then you ore hot fit to be here forever. following us, they -oah..'b'ea'tr any other navy -in the and when we seek a Kf-nlnrlori to muzzle -the-: newspapers and when we seek a .secluded., nook for a'1 .moment's respite, they still follow, The narration of hjs criticisms, he .said, Capt. Hans Hansen joined us to-day at i would involve'.relating .some unpleasant Omah'a.ahd enjoyed his first .ride" in tha hlncldents, Including apparent reslsteiice j ouu'o Amevicnn car.. The local papers .express to crrticlsms, and to the remedying of se-, -min'tgomery Wanted to know what such great interest in .this-fact. I was glad rious defects, the. of bfH- a torsKe cost, so the story goes shutting off thfc information concerning the Hamilton ..which.! -was; cropping out of. the Attorney HAD A SECRET WEDDING. f Mr- Blaok deolarea 'that the Constitution George Quintard, Jr., and Miss Male Were Married In November. Sfrcial to The AVt Yotk Ttmti, WHITE PLAIN'S. March nn RUtomoblie rid6 to Mount Vernon Miss Male Woods, famous tho Brewsters wreck on the New pfork Central, and George W. grandson of tha. wealthy iron manufacturer, were mar- ried on Nov 18, 1007, in MOUnt Vernon. was against all forms of gambling and said ths legislators would not do their full duty if they singled out one special form of gtmbling to make It a crime, He be carried home, ,and bofh ,may die BOTH FSGHTERS MAY DIE. Rival Grtfeers in a Following a Trade Dispute. Sft eta! Thi' A'ia1 York Tutits. PASriAlC, X J., March Zu- ritsky nnd Louis'Alper fought each other so despcrateh In ii lonely section of Gar- field yesterany afternoon tliat they had to from their injuries The men aie grocers, Zuritsky 'having purchased his store from Alpers on con- dition that Alpi rs should not resume business within K'n blocks Piper's wife started n new grocery store a block away from the old stand, and her husband and ZuriHky fought in consequence. Alpar kicked in the face and stom- ach, but fought until he knorked his as- sailant down. In falling Zuritsky sus- tained a fnictur? of the skull, and this ended the fight. Origin a Mystery. caused the fire is a mystery. Thero are hints that it was incendiary. There were no wires to cross and the woodwork. There was no rubbish where the flamejs to ignite from' spontaneous comb astion. AU that now seems to be known ia that three little girls coming from the -basement smoke. Befoi'e the janitor sounded the a mass of flames was sweeping up the stairway from the basement. Be- NO THREATS TO CHINA. But Japan 'Expects Release cf Vessel, 1 an Apology) and Damages. TOKIO, Man J Officpri ,if the For- eign Office to-day made has issued no ultimatum and has made no throats to China In oonhec- tion with the steamc-r Tatsit's illegal seiz- fore the children from the could reach the ground egress was cut off and they perished. It was all over almost before the frantic mothers who gathered realized that their cnlldrph were With the call for fire engines calls for were eeiit in. Every ambu- lance from the eastern end ofs'Cleveland pressed Into ssrvioe. Wagons Used to carry off dead, Kescuers were present by_ th? but thev (ouid not save the life of one child, so' dense was the jam _at the foot of nv.' The Lake View School was a three- story stiueturo. Under tne f tali way In the of the building was the furnace, 'qwing mild weather there was less fire than ueual, and it. Is cer- tain that the fire did not start there. On the first .floor lour rooms were in use when the fire the children of this floor escaped- with few exceptions. They the ringing of the tire gong was (he Usual fire drill signal and marched 'out in-'orden The pupils on second and third floors bpcame ,panio- stricken and rushed t i death Door Loclted. to release the I '-The number of pupil-s was more thaa regrets, and pay Oam- largo-. .i.nd the children had beeu placed In the upper part of the building There was only one J4re lire AVe are depending on tiie sense of the v'hniesf vessel, ages declared that it it was wrong for a man j that LONDON. March special dispatch to Tho Morning Post from Shanghai SRJS between' China and- and that was Jn the rear of the ecae a s that ]le beween Chna an- to money at the track It was equally Japan are sencmsrty strained owing to the Thrrn were two stairyays, one leading for a woman to bet pair of glove, sef the Captain, ..who proudlv prociucea'iclal reports, and the practical secretion of and was told that It would be m  .several meetings month of September, 3000. Two of tile four 'niechanics' liens filed 1 between Vidaver and Montgomeiv. Ac- j The country merchants complain they been compelled to curtail their or- hn JV Rockefeller estate at cording to the district from Bishop Potter and Dr. Slicer ho supplemented the reading with the re- mark tliat that would about even things both sides as far as the sXtp-' Church was concerned. He -----only heard one minister of the Hev. Dr. Waited Luidlaw of the American Federation of Churches- speak In favor of the bills. At that point clergymen bobbed up In every part (of the Assembly chamber. There, were more than a score of them, and they all de- clared they were In favor of the reforms. Asesmblyman Hart of tltlca, who intro- duced the bills In the lower house, read a telegram from Gov. Polk of Missouri, telling the story of the abolition of race- I tarded the car ever since its breakdown in Rochester, After two fected and against the John r8 Th" Hills recently satisfied the AttoTney I der, 10 rones.. .1 ne yesterday, in the County Clerk's office in j General s office (would close up any such I bankers to extend their credits. There is white Plains.' .These lieii's were filr-d bv i onnk .ha-t a disposition here to attribute the sltaa- t'lilAix __ v _ __ ._. I sflVH ne was tola also itiat! r i i _ _ ,_ ii _ Atwer- I MORE FINE HORSES Gov. Folk Says Anti-Gambling 'Laws Do Not Stop Their Raising! JEFFERSON CITY, Mo t March Anti-gambling laws do not interfere wlllh the breeding oC Cine horses fn Missouri, according to a statement made to-night by Gov. Folk. Gov, Folk said: Prisoners Said Valises Held Clothing, but Rooster Wouldn't Keep Still. Sergt Treanor of the E.vsst l'20lh Street Police Station'Congratulated himself last night on having broken up .1 cockfightir.g main which he believes to have been "pulled off "...somewhere In Harlem.-'The Sergeant men whom he saw carrying valises! in 125th' Street, near .Madison A-venue, and -sJ-hen one of the men dropped his valise 'and ran Treanor grabbed the-o'ther two. _Both asserted that they had only a door in front ami the other to a door In the rear. Both of these doors opened Inward, and it Is said the Was locked as well. "When' Iho flames jwWe discovered teachers, who throughout seem to acted with courage and tfelf-possMStoa. and to have struggled heroically for thsT safety of their pupils, marshaled tie ones mto columns for the They had often practiced. Unfortunately the march In exercise" had always led to the front door; and the children had not Wen trained geek anv other, The toHlsc came from under this part of heard" a muffled 'crowing. J-fe "took the I' hen the children reached the foot of Use" the' Ftalr. they found the cocks, two birds in a valise, all clipped ami; und so swift a rush The men said thev were Harry Hudson, i for the door an Instant a tightly 23 years nidi of, JJnglewood, N. J., ahd-F nt Albert Keltz, 3IX of the B.ime town. packed mass of children was had in his pocket. -They were locked] it, From that second up as suspicious persons. none rtist De Severius Sued for Divorce. Through her attorney, Mi s. thoee who were upon any portion of first flight of stairs had a for thelri Hves, The children at 'foot Georglalia rte Severius, the wife of I an artist, yesterday an- the stairB attempted to fight hours' work repairs were ef- :he car-proceeded. The record of eighty-nine miles under Continued on Page a, Harry the dispute as to.. the building 'From the best reports obtainable 11 hanla de an artist, yesterday there have, been niore horsea! piled to Supreme Court Justice'Crane, in 4 Vrp! v, oTi Dy MontBomerv says he was told also thrft a teY ther6 been niore flhfl horsea piled to Supreme Court Justice'Crane, in Leeder and T-homas Conroy palrt over TO At- tJon to a lack of confidence lr, Ahter- j f Mj9.ouri during the past three Brooklyn, for. alimony and counsel fee In ie-firm.gf feeder because of a i torney General ,s office would not he scan declaration that a republic will be years when there has'been no racp-track a suit for divorce brought against her hus- isspute as to payments by contractcis for I averse to the District Attpsney dropping re.estabiished next February. gambling than when gambling on race band. Justice Crane reserved dedsion. Seaboard .Florida'. -PuUmana Shortest Florida Route. T.1S3 B1 way. 'Adv. for i averse tci the District Attorney cropping re.established next February. i gambling than when gambling ____ ....._........_. 'the pending prosecution of the tracks was licensed.'" t Mrs. de peverlua names'a Brooklyn1 wo- several day, ago Montgomery'} POtAjm WATER. f ma" allegations are communicated with Mr. Jerome, and made i all In Reputation. Putity, ajid Medicinal a full statement of the case. The Dis-t Properties Hiram Rlcker Soha, TorVc Depot and Office, Broadway. Continued on 1 B. S. Robinson, Manager.-Adv. XOVK TO SEX WASHINGTON. Only IIS.OO or ex- for three, dan. .Leaves Thureiiay, larch 12, Via denied by the jartist. ____, NEW YORK TO PACIFIC COAST U0. Zjehlfh Valley, 355, 1.460 B'way.-Adv. back to the floor above, while were coming down shoved cilessly back Into the' flames below. In an Instant- there was a panic, with of the flghOnf their lives.. Most of those-who died here. The greater part of   

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