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   New York Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1908, New York, New York                                 “АП the News That’s Fit to Print.”  ■F ■■  THE WEATHER.  Fair to»da> and to-morrow; north winds becoming southeast.    i  VOL. LVII...XO. 18,350,  la itt * *  NEW YORK, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1008.—SIXTEEN PAGES  ONE CENT  In (ireoter »w "Vork, ,Ier>ey ( ii.y and Newark,  ( r.i'cwher®, ?T\VO ( KNTS.  BRYAN COMES HERE ON PEACE MISSION  He Meets Lewis Nixon, Murphy’s Agent, and the Situation Seems Less Warlike.  SACRILEGE BEFORE THE POPE. 13 HÜRT IN CRASH    “»^-¡HAY    RÜSH    CRÜISER  ly-,4- Altar« anrf R®-    ,Two Families Rescued and Half a    ________ ___  SAYS MONEY OPPOSES HIM  Non-CathoHcs Kneel at Aitar and Receive Communion from His Hands,  . Ff-PCia! .GaMe to Тик NEW YCRK TiMES- j I RO^iE, April 20.—From the time of i j St. Pemr to that of Pius X. the history j ! of Papacy fails to rccorfi such a .?rave I ! sacrilc.q-e is that which was committed 1 yesterday inside the Vatican, under the eyes of the Pontiff himstjif.  4vhile ihe Koly Father wa.s celebrat-in:r mass and admmistering comm union, three nonABuholic.s, who after ■ trrest insistence had obtained throiifih j  to be r  T CONEY CROSSING  Is Being Used, He Declares, to Defeat HlIs Nomination-—Henry Watter-■■ son Out for the Nebraskan.  Many Caught in Blazing Car When Train Hits Trolley at 86th St. and 18th Av.  MAN AND BOY MAY DIE  Families Rescued and Half * Dozen Firemen Overcome.  A $l,0O> fire l4,j--tiitf'^'ive-story building I at 2.33 Broadway, opposite the Post Office,  I lied up the Broadway cars for nearly two. hour.s Last night and filled the immediate vicinity with a dense smoke. Half a doz«:n firemen were o\erenrne, but were revived V)v Dr. Beimet of St. Oregory’s Hospital and Dr. Rogers of the Fire P -■partment. and returned to work almost immedial«dy.  The fire s: irted in the barber,.?hop of T^ouis Frc I, in ..tiie basement of the ^ building. Freda iiad    closed    up    f<»r    i  TO YENEZÜELA PORT  Government Anxious About Minister Russell, from Whom No Dispatches Come.  ^'0 VYORD FOR TWO WEEKS  their Ambassador permission  i.resem at the Papal mass,    |    Thirty    Were    Hurt    at    Same    Spot    Last    |    the    night    and    i>ad    retired    to    his    npart-  th© aitar and received the  May, When Switchman Was Said to Have Left Post.  YVllIiam Jonning.<3 Bry^an arrlvn-d in town yp.s'terday, and' after he had spent a busy cay granting interviews and soeing a Tot of politicians, tho Democratic situation in the Ftato, wiiicYi has been very much muddled    i»ope  since the State ronvcntiou adjourned, cleared up perceptibly. It seemd probable last night, according to some polit-    _    , .    ,    A    ,  leal observers, that the Irnuble between eommunion. bvm.g deeply absmbcd, oniv the Murpliy-ConnerVcombination atul the j realized the incident through seeing the  from the hands of the Pope, afterw:ard ! removing from their mouths the con-j  FCC’-ated wafers, one Of which was found «    '     .    ,  гегрппо knelt in the first    |    Л four-rai Coney    Islan« train    of tho  roTV    of comm an leant s. Next them was    j    Ulmer Park division    and a surface    car of  the    famous actress, Ylary ■ Anderson,    i    the Fon.ey Island and Thirty-ninih    Street,  and    next her the sisters and niece of    •    trollov- lum rollidcd    last night at    Kight-  YN'hen the racriicge occurred, Miss Anderson, who already had received  malconte.n'ts I'.p-.Staie .would bo settled amlciiJily.. and Jhat the delegation froru New York lb "the .Dhnver. Uttnvemion might after all l>e for Bryan before the convention was called to order  Whether or not the surprise that the  party in this Slate would be solidified for Bryan amounts to anything. It was veiT cvddent throughout I’ne day that Dir. Bryan w*as. trying to bring about, peace. He would, not talk for publication on the State sitnation,. and he even wont so tar as to. deny that he had talked aolitjcs with the politicjans who visited 1dm. Ncv-erthicless. one of his caller.s. was Lewis  sister <*f the i’oi e. who was next her, raise hoih her h-ynds in horror.  Members of the_ Papal Court--high prelates—-noticiii.g the insult, removed  eeiith Avenue and Kiglity-si.xth Ikreet. Bath Beach, and thirteen of the tweniy"  fiv( pcopie in the trolley car vvere injured. two of wliom may di('. The .surface car was .‘^et on fir*-. Traffic was delayed for f.i\.- 'or six hours. The accident occurred wh'we there was a similar collision last May, which resulted in the injury of  m.ents on rhe top floor of the building, lie was at supper with his wife aiul tliree children, t-hree- .si.sters of his wife,' Marietta. Morctta. and Giovannita ATelueci, when he smelled smoke. He w’as nuking his way to the r<>of when .the r**of dnor wa.s opened by his neighhor, Samuel Swenson, janitor of No. 231. M'ith the aid'of Swen?.m, Freda got Ids family to the roof. Then he made his w.ay to tlie stre*rt with his farhlly.  President, it Is Reported, Is Considering Proposition to Send a Ship to Get Him and Bring Him Home.  BRONSON HOWA^ VERY ILL.  Dramatist Suffers from a Rheumatic  '    Malady^—His Condition Improved.  j Bron.«on. Tlow.ird, ti.*' dt an of Ai«Kr-  Ican pIco'Wrights, ha.? Iv*-** u .?t'r5v>u>!v ah *‘  hd.? ap.artment.?, in- t.h-' I.vclyn F" ;rt, • i  West. H4th STrc« t. ti - gli tlf o't I  not bi:COnje pub'ic nnU! ausT‘'dl'. itl-  quiries ■ by tol'Tidionc w.-’ -' -c u-• •" * .  since no ’ C*»nncciion wlla the .Ip ir:-:; ’”  couM be obtain«-*!. Tnqidncs at  ........  rnl.v' cli*iteil the inf>u-n'.at!on th:* ATi.  Howard had be.-n sermu.'U' u. :> r u > u i- •    -  ! wecK?,  A friend of jir. Howard’s \p . > • 1 nigiit that ti'“ family did -not w:-!!    .    ■  havt’" th*:' fact of Id.s i-lhn ?s b, , -«nn- K ■* ’ He lias been suffering with tli*' -a!;' rheumatic malady wltli v bh li lie ,f!« ■ i whilo on Ids trip to Fg'-i't. c 1 a’  Time ti’.e phy.sii,uan3 w.-io tuu ^ id ,r >' <1. However, he is'now tluaig'.i t. read to recovery. Mr Ibntard ago has ma«le Tiie atta* k mor<  RYAÎI ABSOLVED  NSE  lüüUiJ  -(11, J.. .JV  than It W"5uld' hav>a h* * n  et if *' ’»« (■•! t ■T.L r «1 Ы •• 1 \ 2  SPr'cial to Thé New York Tin-es.  WASHINGTON, April Ld.-An\ions ove  the long-cor.tinued silence of Minister j    ______________  Russell, tlie Uijited Siatc.s may dispatch a ! JAPAN RECALLS HAYASHI.  swift cruiser to Venezuela to demand! •    --------—'  Swenson, on going to his apartments ; the pepson of its rcpre.seniative at Gar-_ Minister to China, Ordered Home, Wilt on tlm ildrd floor of 231, found ids wii*«iacas. Nothing has been heard from Min-j Be Sent to Berlin—^Other Chaorjes  lyn Rapid Transit Uornpauy that it W'luM install safety a.V'iid oth* r collisions at crossing.  announced devices to this dangerous  Nixon, who i.s extremely close to Uliarles 'YbCge  F. Miirph.v,. and it лл-аз кепегаНу believed. | Rome outside the \atican,  Abour the iloffmaii House, wlurc ¡MrViau-R woi ld suffer purdshmcut according Bryan is stopping, that a meeting be-'ioMtalian law; but the Vatican enjoy-tween ih.o; Tarnraany chief and the No-:    right of ■cxlra-terntoriality, the  hraskan was arranged, and^ that    of Italy cannot he applied there.-  ances wore given by Л1г. Xi.xon to Mr. .    _______________  Bryan that he wQuKi (-ventually be .sup- f ported for’ the nomiuaiion by th-э Stac«-; ,  dGlcgation.    .    I    ■    ,    .    J-  In an intcrvi-av    given ou.t in the after-^ Reported    Presence    m City от w. is.  noon Mr. Bryan r.dtcraicd his chargo |    .    Vanderbilt Causes Excitement,  that .immey was being u.sed to obtain j uniustruct^d delegations Jo Denver, and;  defcnd*'d Idmself    from the .charge tha.t '    .    .    , . u •  has been made o.f    late that he hius cegised    j Berlin says the Kaiser>s i apital is being  to be one of the ••plain iieoplc ” by rea-; gloriously    hoaxed in    сопзссщспсе (if Us  .4011 of Ids imr. ased incfdTic. Л clippin.g fondmu’s for Aira'i'ican millionaires, was uhown Mr. Bryan du- which п.- wvas . On b^aJ urd.uy the papers announced taken to task for havin.g declar<4l that .    ■Williain K. A'anderiiilt and Ids  the offenders, who, howt-ver, attempted thirty peopl.u imd after whi.di th.; ,Brook-.to jusUxy IlKur action by ’pleading ignorance of the ry jholic procedure.  The Pope willidrcw to his apartment evidently disturbed-, exclâiming: ‘ ¡May God forgive them; they hnew not what j they did.”    •.  ^ The incident hrinas out the peculiar-: situation of the Holy I^ce. If the sac- | had occurred in any church in , tao offend- ■  -and two children half suffocated, and r* .scucd tlu'in.  , Kix firesuen of Frgines Nos. (1 and'10 wrs overcome, three of’thom being un-consciou.s \chcn lirou.ght out of the sniok* -filled barbiU- shop by their eomra.cics. i'rhey were Frank I'Hara and Joseph  of Engim not known.  TROOPS TO EVICT FAMILIES.  Consular officiais ■  TDKIO. April 21 -ID’ Mml'Uer to '  - ; ! M -nii.t.  ister Rus.?e!l or tiie «.«.-ко..*«.» tor about two weeks. T!u“ } ’;;;u«- is said |  to 1«. r««w 1-. v.n./u-.-. i-ui    from    m;««  and the mad-s- ,*(.-• medium ^ "t c«uimiuni-    .  cation, shot id not .stifñ r fn-m it.  - Although no open-fxpiu'ssi'-n of opinion i.s oífeféd. It is' generally imown tiiat .his Leary of Engine в. and (Jharles Johnson ■ Government is in-pliat .1 to beli. v,' that a 10. The canse of the fire hs strict cehsorshir. m.ay .h.ivc snnejhing to  do V'itli IMr. Ituss*''ll\s ina’oiluy in еош-munica'e with. AV.a .?hington. dJicre is some bashs for this suspicion in the inan-i Пег i'l which Castro'.s GoVcrunaent tam-  Jc-  l  Siippiements G^’and Jury Finding That Exonerates but Criticises Traction Promoters,  ‘INSIDERS’ PROFIT.S’ A MYTH  System Throttled by Legisl.Tturp and Courts, He Says, and Was Not Looted,  NO WATER IN THE STOCK  Says Tax and T'-ansfer Laws Doubled Burdens and Reduced Earnings $6.000,000 a Vcar,  B.aron Ijma, now Co,iuseb* patteso I.mbassv In i-on<bui, to tlie \a*'unt pl.'ie«' in I « Chln-ia w 111 go *o J-** t • will sta'ce*'*! imu as Л l> c h'or.'ign Att.urs,  T.iont. E. E. Farn.sworili  BERLIN GLORIOUSLY HOAXED.  FreCal Tahia to The New' York Tl.ME?. LONDON. April 2d.—A dispatcli from  TT'CUlXl'U    LO» •"'> ye-w-s •-•M. r-,T0S' Third  Av«oui.v    lacendéì    •«■•aU» au-1  ciic.st ; w*. ni ib '¡lie.  CY^-\b'. príb-'.fí d.E. .-I«    -о!;!.    К  1 •ii“hr’ Ftr“-G. 5Ían!i.itt.4n; incisi--n yi fw rÿiULunuk; Jvuws ihruniy n-g.u:i.l; п-аУ  nONNKLl.v. yiim. ЛХХЛ. 2;v years, on. 123 T\\. h:v-«úhJ( .-.P“'. P.rn.-Kiyn; S-MO..K .md o.nlu..;...iis .'Г- th“ b"dy; wcnr-iwrnc. ■ ííl’CHF-'' MJ'-'t:. ■■ уГ8 Md. ‘'•d KiftV'””;  ' ein-    i-r    -Alvn;    (ТкааЫе    fr-e“ure o»  Tiiè skuii; e. ” ■■ N- i J. g. ui- H-epiud.  УоЛМУВХ. l.'-.l, Is. 4.; y •■•ars *d,., :.2V Hcyenry-i'.v.irrif    i:r*“.di!yn:    n.!4,i-.>.as *--t tt-w .  ’ ir'a-i ,1!i-i LsT -It-.g; v\«in lioni".    .    .    ¡    .    ,    ,    ,  2‘2S Lin an auxili.iry sloop, taking, v-ith tluin  Driven from Plum Island at Request of '    with    the    m.ni    iiags    mt  CRITICISM HURTS TAFT,  Will Cúmplete His -ist cf Engage-  JU  erui.?er Tacoma, recently Jir Venezuelan 1 Lessee—-One Family at Sea Ail Night. ;    qemand    for    an    *    ypldiDiiiDn    j    ments and Then Stay in V/asnmgton.  and twenty I then brought forth the ey.-iir-,- .mat the j    ?.•.    /-    --    \ ->• ) orh /  \SHINOTOX. April -20- i-'rnnds  .armed Foidier.s from Fort H.tmilton land-1’nag.? W'^'rc' opened bv .n *    ^    WAS  ea from ShcepMiC‘;:d BaVnn Plum Fdancl Assistant Seçre.tary of Smm R o-on hf lrt I  pMi  yt 1''I'lla.y Ti> evict Three famillcd w'iidm the l‘4S.s“C .of Uie island, AVinfrcd S. Overton of _ W!iUt?;oue. !.. L, wished to remove. By nightfall tlie- soldi* Г.8 h.oi e\ icteii (’.Bit. Aí'eiiiivild SLoinhaus, hi^ wife and two cliildren. 'vvh*) 1*111  10  to .-«e.L  W.i  i! *;  n  J*  ST.VGKi.LY;    -I.    D    y.vir?    n’d ...  S'rei i. dir-(d-Jyn :    pp’K'itil-’ ,    -i,,.longings. It wa.s the < apv.iin ■!  tin  ..■fr.c-HU’*'’ .01 v!i" .-»had H.n i 'л .а-!:*..-; .id 'lie.' ; tf* die Х--.Г •*’-•,:« g ian    1.1--У  d¡-',    '    .  b"’’\ I ;XlrR.    29.    >'еаг5 eld. ElfrhteenJi  Avenu«' and. гуд q; i.--t h Sfr«** r. Enuiid,* n ; i ■ f’l'u-tar-' «>f hiv nein .arm; t) -Lvccption . 11-. pila!.- ' •    ■    '  wife and. d.uii.ghtcr had arrived at the li.otel ih’FJ*'*! tti spend, thè ICti-sfer In'bi-th’{ys. One or two pajiers i rinte*! \yhat I'urporl.cd to be graphic interviews witli  money was being used agaTnsL him.  Jloney I .HcU Vgainst Him. He Sny.s.  “ I never gave the. intc*rydew on whi.clt. this' editorial is based.” he said. “The  Conin-oner Iins stated more «'-«n    ivirftoft a„-i th-V l.ot.-l , \*  Dnf monev %yas being used tr .secure;'“’'    _    I    ..ir—-, iUa;.: . ...- in  Ihò instruction- of delegate..? opposed to.; •'‘’d’dhie witliin U\on>-lout loins *    .    ,    n->m.\  me, in order that a third of the delegates ; Mecca of scores of-, persons ainvunis t*» to Denver might control the nnminafion.. Dneot the dist ingt’ished gimst. .  'The Commoner has said tii.at. and I am ' ~'phe procession to the liotel included The . editor of Tlie Commtncr., I bnov«-;. v. pii promotion scherncs, piet-whereof I speak.”    .    '    ure deah'u’.', moiorear agents, yacht  “ will you give the names of the men ; niotorboat builders, reprcsei4taiiv.es wlio are using the money'? ”    |    orphanages,    and    libraries.  flying-machine inventors, and a non-  infcntion ’*' ."Cxual the night .at- sea. _ The other two fanidi''.s .ari-Bb*'"'- of \\ii]i;ini (’hambcrs. a luinb'r. "»С Manhattan, and the .steward of thu' Mclrp.-^e Focial Glub. 3”ne island i.s G*>v(u ntnent prnpi-rty. luiv-F'J’A''K l.liv. tVn.M v5f. 3'« ,y ч-.гч n’--!.    22S    be*-n    ]>ureb;ts«'d    hy    th*'    W-ar  fnr llm_ d.-f.-nsr-:    .    New    York    Harbor. It U .between •Sh';epS-  P.IJ-'I.S. .34    ydaw    ■•..1-1,    2-VV F-h-I p,.;iq    , ]>,;iy    ati'l Вап'си Island. In isum-  t.;.-    i'ly"-''*- b--j    fiti-hlios    live there, but at  I T.v, timre ar*'; only five, it vas Icas.-d  IM  •    i«-iii.?.  ■ «; ;!“<■*■  : . ' ь ю: •«■r-'t.-i rv m ti ( <ì ;з nav-  -r ns  'hl vo<-  tin- tr-,)!!'-;-'  . hn-.n--;  STI.l.I/l’KE. ■'  ty-niin'il .'  aii-'l ;i‘:vk T P, .-V v’ 1 >v. .! * * H X: .■>' У»a r?  • Av.-ii-a.'-. i;r-K-ilyn: )а<>,'Г.е, (I h;.!i-i :il.4;..i}!.S 'T th*: b-idy : W« !lt hOIU*'.., • tVKi.-t.S: .îidix w.. G yw.rs old,    Fif-'a  .\v- nn-'-«k’.yii.; ab:  ■j. f,s2f F-airt-h an>bC'lii  ons -of Uiv- ricnt  ■ir? <d 1. samo a.]-an-'i hc.'t-i; gent  .\-T,VX.  . -ns ■ s' ■  yr-nf? , .-.l i, her ¡taaght'-'Г', hisf anU Imad ; \v« пгаь -ra .  .“I wiil not, caliy.  said I\Ir. Bryan emphaii-  WI?1>F, abr;;.'.  U'lve < rosHin.g- я TIutvgeríMis Оп<*.  The críissIrVg of FigìiteaPh, Avenue and ЕГ'ЛПу-.'^хи!'! Street is a'-enunícd one of tile 3iio?i (hail gerniis in }'r*'5oki\n. j\t tIlls point ■ train.s- 4h.at later run 'on elevated structures trav*.l .along tiie ground. Tho-’irains run a-pproximnteh-'horth and  T.r. ,---en:  *.) i'cverter. fo!’ fiv(' year.-: at 20(C,i y-ar. j|.' reeentiv -wcni t«o Wa.shingion and got the aid,of,tiie War I)(î>arîment m the (■.’vi-'ticai. . d’h*' reason given by Inm us that th«'^ t'amilH*.? concerned liav«.- deticd  him, liut they deny this.'/  :x - coaferc-fi.cc Witli >’* «■геЬп'.ч 5n f'«.'alf to-d.ty. Later the lw*> went n» tie' White! liduse, and wci'O c!o.''«‘t*’d \Gth tiie Presi-j d('ii f*Tr mere th.'in I'.hlf an lanir, N* iiii*'r'  .Mr. »Met. alt norAMr. Ibn.on would iJivuig«! ,    h  vh-it toc.k pia» e.    '    ma*i\- cf wlucb  It is known, however, that the Nitvy •  Drji'irlment is completing pr-('parations ■■ y~(, that h 'm-av tie iilJ.« fo rustfilw cruiser l>e:« .Moim s to Ует-ти-Ьш waters immedi-■ at*-i.v.-ir a Г''С-п''.?Г tlvit it h»* S‘;at -coinés from tin’ F ta 1 e ■ 1. )*.• ( lar 1П1*’n t,    1 lie л\ a.r-  i sliip. it V nt. Will bring Mr. Ru'sel! and  1 i. p-n-t-I b'lm'iv • 'v.i\, if m- ha.s Ixoui unable to ¡    ---- ---------  ' lea ve 1). ! (*(■ •• ins an iv,* 1.    i    Husband Wants Divorce from Writer  'i'li.- Minisn r IS coming hiOTne, obiensibly on b-ave, but li*' is < xiie.-ted to' l.-rit.g with him a. compii t<- wrJt« ii report on the \hnezuel.,m situation. Ib- ai?-*> has coliceli *1 u mi'ss of■ cvid-'Ucc whu-U he will  * Apiain to the i’r«. sidepL t.nd idccrctary Rout.  rv of War 3-att d that l i:.' .bjg « ■.-ibinrïr (>l i as tho criticism !‘:vel'*i a- n Ids ir* *5U«'nt abs. ne.'s . г**!:  It i.s (ic-■’: ! rt"! ■ t ne-. Mr.. 1.-: li>t r rt m.o ■  a ml t hi n t" * i« c! ! ¡ f.  I lis fr.« <    X*» d ’ ir« t r (  of W ar h;is s-> orc.iniz* *1 .nio .« ■ ' iiiS d-'p.'i î't ne.nt Til,It Ills ao.-cta work* i.i no Imrii.'iiii*.  of  ht  В  ..Г  (t t g  - • ; I ■ 1 : ■ , ' .1)1- •'  I )0 u . ; ! : , ''il ' --(HT  i 1. ’ 11 >' Jlow  V. : . M’h  ]- on m I î  w ; ' r. •  ! . -il.'-  1 t  ot t  ‘ 1 ’ • I  . k b At 1 i *'.* V  f-.m  iti.  in-l o .T.  .4  ^ It  .V d  -'(■«r bv nj:. nd?  J A , ■pr*»-  1 ]  d« I  I\  SUES GRACE M. COqKE.  of  on Ground of Desertion.  .Gli.\T f.\.4()( -E \ I ■  i.tm « 'ooK. . hurb I lo о ( 'о.,- -v*', a n i boi't 1 f i-'i;  *i.. Api  ( .Г.О с  ■ ili d  .sohu*  “•Ts lhf-гз .4..V ir.o'..oy bclr.Rj,s«l hr-r.. : dosc.-.„t oonoctHMi O’ stranKO por.=ons p,,,,|. b.n-,. -rho, .ra.-lA v.r ir  in New York?”    ■    will'    proposals    of vari*eus kinds. .    run appraxmnJcjy    ^ast aii.l    .-л,  "I haven’t anytliing .furíit.er    to тау ;; Re t le rs р*елг cd in achíre.-sed to-“.ЛТ. i tlagmn.n is sta ’.om“    .it ne ( i *■?.    um m-, i ,    Gr.me Chureh.  on that' .sul)J('vt —  ■X isn’t it fair to_assuh'.'^. inTtsmueli ,a.s th« opposition to you hero is as mai'ked as it is .anywln.-re. aiui that ilds ,i.S the money centre of the country,, tliai —” ..  ~    . “''Cline,' To gc any ittrtlnir into the  subject.“    _  Mr. Bryan then a-i-knowled.gcd l-aving S'lcn L«''wis A’ixon,    but    he had    not  tHlkecl p-ali’tic.'-, and    that    he    had    no    n-  gageiivent to s«ee Mr. Murph}% theug i 1'e latter might “ drop iu.”  “I dceline 1.0 ?ay anything . about tn; -lociil situation,” -he replied, wlien ask-M furthgr (pH'Siions about Mr. Nixon s \ i ,t -    “ I'have irou'oles eno'ugli of my own. '  _ TMr. Bryan wu's then asked whether had heard the report li.at    the  people had dropped    hini    becau.s((.    he    ul  . w-aised tO be’ one of tue real, d>-ed m t i_ Wo* 1 .‘’plain people-' through ;ns in-. croa.sod income.,  *' ¡My incomCi” lip^ replied, " Is derived jnalnly from niy leciurci;. with .something - additional from apricles written for oijier ~ . publications a.nd aomething from fny own paper. The amount of my income has been greatly exaggeraieJ. I make more speeche.? for mJbang than I do for pay, and I d*,wote more time to public w >rk  K. Vande:J-iii, ruilllonaire.’’ One .man ia Saxony ieicgr- : IpJi he had t wio mi-knovvn Rcmbrim-iis amha Л ап Dyck-to sell at ’oargvJn.j.ric -s.  As a maaor of iJot,. Л1г. d’a.n(lprbilt was not in Berlin at all. Hi.s wife and ht-’i* daughter. Miss Ruiherford. together with Mr. S;u; is. h*-r sop l.y her first marnage, tvero lin-re.^but no Mr. Лаш-dt I btil. .    —  Tne hotel, however, is enjoying quite a iiu (*f prospeTii;.-' on tlm .strength, of I he report of Л1г. yanderlnli's presence, nmde siiP generally believed, and many per- crossing v sou? arc engaging tables ii'i lion*' oi rub-n.ng shouider.s with'an American Croe-  41?    ,  .and ih’v. ÿ Folt*'*wi;ig the еМИяТоп of a train and a .surfa-.car at tl’.is erossi'ng last y,‘ir. v.'hcu tlnrly те-ор-Ь- w.-r«? injur.-d, .r--.-id( nr« (.;■ Jknh Вс tch roso up in ’pr-dost.. It л\«т stated rimi ino flacipan *41 *luiv tlw-e had gone away .from Itis t’o.-sl, leaving in.  EASTER OFF^E^NG$16R-000. '  GraccL Crturch Gets Big Gifts—Large ; Sums for Other Ch.urchcs.    '  ..El'iscopal■ cbiurches i'u this cit.v suff«'rc(U no falling off in Uicir Easier collections' tid.s yotir. 3'his i.s regarded as a sign ihiU the people have, entirely rocover*»d ;  finan* ial unrest. 3'he ; ring wa.s that: received Bro;idwa;v, and Tent!* Ftr- c-t Ti .amounted io .sp.i.s.o'Yi. which,in-i-i'idc,! ;i ,sj.o,ooo Tin nional fund to be used p.v Till tndov rivnt ol a ii**me for old men, ■ This fund js In memory of Dorolh.ea i 5\’.ilf.-‘ Uoifinan, ami s given by her 1 inotTicr -ind sister. An (.it t«-ring of    i  \v t'S giv. n a? a Grave i’ansli cemeiiniai |  CASTRO WANTS WIRELESS.  Representative of De Forest Company to Afrhnge for Installation.  RAX JU.\N. Porto Riv.o, A>>ril 2o.—Th Newton, a. i * prcse.uiati\e of Je: T« -. Eor(*St Y\'ire!'-s.s 'tel* graph ’. o.np** . 1    *-  h.-re on Fafurd.iy to arrangi w li T i dent ('.ast!'*» f‘'r. th*) instullatiou oi i*\* wir.less .siatinns at differenl towii.s m Vem-zuehu.  ■It is umTer.stood Presi seeinng to csLal lish a w :  Vein rucla largely b«cauM rein lions tliat ’exist, ix-tv.  i.stration and the J-'rcm h •  SHOT ON EL^ATEC STAIRS.  vor« <’r)(*k*' has 1" blm-.c Mari'U their t\vi> ua' Fathaimc, a no ch'tr.ve ‘it Biat hi Vi ci'.trv li;*'.  .MBs M.ioi t 1 I  «l.iUg'li* г ..an. tot ■ I’iiutt;  Tv in.iuY f’s iJ- r  ( Il im  , «' ;i :tsc,  1 I'lO’*  ICtltCf.S. ■g-d "  g «1« ?ri **  r ,    111’  ili* I i««. I S Vo  1 -1,    I    t  1  M I. n<»og.  ?d  * r  lì«'  llni'ii ■ I '■III  W .1 -,  I vs 7  .•imit. : pt I --i.e  h  III  Ail ( íiíb ■  ch  I! г*  . li  S’lC U.I-  t 1 i 1,    ’1    N..  1  ?.Ir.  \1  ct ..f  Ч n-1 iSt  . {.-S-.Í    .*  t I 1  1 u  I (  irdvo 1? rvi*'e iu  41 KILLED IN AUSTRALIA.  rain. 1 (    of    Tram    Collision    Nea-    Melma пуГ i    bouiP*2—Sixty Are Injmed         1    t    ;o- Tus      G( ; ■ ; i. Mi    L »    i . V il '>.■«“■ '    iri 11 г*т*.      W I 1    1    ' 'i ’    * . < h«-      Î^OÏl Ч ’    ■ Yb 1 r        1 :n Iront      1 -, , . -    J *..-    1 ! it 11.    1 ^ 1 . >n      ^«■mii.a 1Ï'.' '    . X'«    .1« r.-« о V.    m< I      i " .    ” .-t    Ч ] ( 1 1 H K 1 < •! Il »    V-.n- Vl !>:-■      soie к W *.( • ( '. -,« ! ,        II;. • » 1 i. • :  « J! . .. ■    i'.-      î-«.l7 ¡> -s .-    ■    V. • •■«•    N î 1 *’      '. ! I ' ■ '■-•>: '« ■ , , * <    i--,' 1; •    : ; V V, : : ' : : '  M  .-, 1 '    ■ ■:.«' .-■ mi  « -O ■ ! : Г .V -          ' -r- Ч    ;.. 1 «. il. * < . ■ r    i >.7 .■ ¡.«Ч 1 1 N *1      LL t « ' « : : - 1 •  : î ■ • I ■ : ! ' . - '        ; ■ • i . • i ■■ 1 !    l • i ai      J ' И ».                  \i L        ■ V . - ■ 1  - V . , • . ■ i    • k 1 by pu •-IL. 11 m i •' .«'** k, h.at      nom* .'i t  ^ 't '        •!!«'•! ; ! ¡«1  L t !, : . V «    r ' ’ ( \ ( r • «} « s-          . i ■ . , . * '    1 t L    < «r -ries      <«i “ nr : ■ ;        0«. to    1T ‘ •• t î      li' b        , t 1    ■ 1 1 ««I •      -U 1    -. r    II.    tu II     ' Ml-:Id ' '  1 FOrt v-oi (  injurtVi in.  JAN 5  pel's*-ns ’-V* •! С (Ihsit'll  t  4%  -■ I' mt  Ul ■  i I  cliar.gc. of his work a 12-\сат-о.*1 b .\ ,ц.    oticring.    aa*i is to u" used \n pur-  It ivas !>i'omise*l on beinah or the bro.o.v-[    lav    ..ut tiie gi'ound *n h*  lyn Rapii Transit <-ompdnytluH    j    ^f    the    Vluuth    *m    л    i    Tu    ^  dt \ie«-S W*iU’9 V'C' i''vt:illed tit tii.? * ГО.-->-  The m;  $10,000 GEM THIEF CAUGHT.  be' installed .at th ing to -nrevent ¡nt'.ne coilisi'Uis.  If was vi.l 1»\ i' th Be.ieh people l.a.st ri'cht ib t t’ofuK p> cauti*.nary ehan.ges ■ looking aft'-r tin* iititio'h of four rf'i’l tia'os aid 1    (    > «9! the one -that ha.l -  formeii: l>-' u ' ’1 1'    fiti.gnrm. and;  tlie. adoption of„-a. m-'vV s*. I of rule.?- tmv-!  er'ifn.g titc .sig an is ill. id  The f! -t 1 *’i    ’b‘  <tev„ ,    «'O’.T    Г)  cros.slng Ta'si, rdglit ( of TJvr Walwi>rilh ,,  , Stnrnt, Tho !    '    t    7    3.-. .a,tour-e..r tram.  Man Believed to Have Robbed Mrs. D. fairly v,*ii tiih.i 55tii‘ I'eop  P. Morgan Arrested in London. i in.g nottu ;to...  ^    M'tnliait n, n'.l  Ft j.-di Cable to THE New York Times. ;    ^yp,.    of    i  LONDON. April 2< i.—A jirisoner giv-jt I  The FIfi trill an'.'* KxiBaaation  nnmn s lgi]-;«'r.v has stc.'O.l    i«-i r*ai.r.  St. Bartliolomew’s G    *ui h    M t?    t  Avenue and Forty-fourth s-f’' it 1 mU i .iff.-ring amounfc.i to я ’¡tile moi«j th«vu .si2>.9uo. St. 'rhoma.s’-s Ghu*<.li, 1 ittn A\« -nuc: and Fiftyrlhdr.T Street i tv* d al nt ,ч;|о.ооо, to Tro used in t* Yng    t    p )*    i  Tini Jvastcr offeriirg at- St. Xicoigt. s Cliuri’h, in Siuyves.ant Sqi amo* i t* ’ to 83.30*'. St. J.imc.s’s i    h m о    Л1    Im    m  Av.curn^ and Scventy-firsr bit(*t tw i\. T •.>it3,o*to'. ami the Cluar-.h ol tlm Tl**v G*»m-  cm-'.v.ixnou ''"xtli 'venuo ami Tw-mtioth ' Street, rcct*\. 1 81 sou mi Holy Trlnity  lug surfa*’*'' O-ir  *■ ( 'orf-v h-l.m-T.-md Tlurty-•rrv iin«', w.as ('■lining w( ,~i.  tm V Di .mi, ■ bound for,    ,    .  of -Po Church, Harlem, .MI.u'h*.  ing the name of Claude lleritii'r, ar-•r(-st«’d on suspicion of having been im-  than I <To to persona! gain.^ The income : plicated in the r.oblicry of «ST.POo w oi tit -that I roeei'Ce comes from the people who.- .diamonds from tiie rcsidcnco ot  attend my lectures ami w no read 'vhat !    _    r    Fiprco    Me “in in -Xow  I write, and iny obligation is to the wh-de Mrs. Da\ *-l Tierw me an m At v  pe^'ule rather than tii any siit'cial c!a.ss._ I Y'ork, %vas mnauded in iiie Maryiebone His Views I nchan,8re<I.    Police    Court    to-*lay.  Flagman Gordier said' that- he removed ■Gpe lanttrn iroin llm G’aeks of the train, '■ii.l-'tihat h:-' rh.'UgiJ av tlie time, that tlie -urfa*©* (xr Ita.l .'oma, to a step, since h-e  had ~h.*t. r. m.H.pi th«-' red Im.t. rn frtun •acr*:>ss its track.',' ,    _    7    ■    '  \\'haie'Vt''r was tlie cause of. mis!.m*l* r-^j.jqjT«rr_ the big surf.aco -car >tartr-d to  questions. I «am sttitiding for the same j j-nonds valued at i<4(H> when h<* \'.a.s ar-    tratk    u;i    whicii tie'- Com'v Isinm.i  things now that Г, stood for then, and i ! i«y«stcd, and tvas nnabl.y- satisfactorily '    as    running.    It    g*>i    i'    't    -about  think no one avili deny that.- i could explain where he got îh* m. _ч^со1- tivr‘-e-f*>’«irilis aéros.s 'the dana«-r track malve more by siding with the corpora-i    declares    The prisoner an- when the train struck it.  lions than 1 could by lecturing. My poht-I    ,,    ,    >r ...-  -    -    ■    ¿%ver.s    to    tne    cablml    dcscrnaioii    *-f    one  oi the Morgan robbvrs.  My \iew'.s have not ( liangtM on public  He %\as carrying sixte-en small dia-  Ical prominence has been an ad\-aidage -to me. in that it Inas gi\a n me a larger circle of readers and a i.-u'g* r audience, but I could have used ih;it inflm-nce to g'reatèr pecuniary a/lvantage. For instance. 1 was offered .82C'A>'d a year as counsel for a corporation. Bat tiiat posi-'tion would have taken me out of tiie political tield.    ,    i  I can maKC [ the lime, and • >rk. Political ' any kind of i  *«1 from the  'Gim’st Chureh. Broadw.:y and Seventy-first .Sire«-t, ask«-'-*i for .^d.bU» ami p*’ceivc-d .«.'..nod, St. Andr.-w’s Church, Harlem, had an offering of 8s,(hhi, a larger amount rfiin Ia?t. y.'ar. Th«; GiU;r--h o| flie In-carnati«'*n. .Mtoli.son Avenue and Thirty-fifth Street, liad an offering as large as ¡wife, who last yctir.- Other churches fared CQunlly wlc'-re.Dorm u well.  AUTO TRIP FOR MME. GOULD.  IlK'hîtrd Dmribi. 11.    13  ins' a wife, ami tlir> *- ( V'e.-t Forty-ninth ’ 1 ' faitilly ^1 <•' 1 1-    ’    :  1 It ,Sli*.«-t <■!« ««it*. 1 on his way, 1*3 tck^ I X‘ home. He w.as t ik« u t Nc--piial, wh*'r*' the с onP-.' a shiad ca.im«* «■  ! had pomUi i i 111*'-,- ft .ared- to prob« ;■■: Tue niau who ? -'и t it. was Step.u. u t. ;...ч , a Hungarian 'miк r.  1 4*4, ;>t lad (»* о '  \()*ià.g wdfe. Be ■' man 1 lab tu-'t a-1*    '  locl'J.d up in tn«‘ (. -■■ ' T!ie rovolv-г W.« D*.rtnbus,h u u ! )u Id OI ^ Glirapper t(jld <..*P March 2 last 1>( I« 1-;*. resuuuranl at ti.« ■-r and Greentvi'-n Siri-.-i.--ctni-m.« « ’ 1 ',V*.'rkÇ:'î  given «82.3 t«:> a ..ил,- ■    '  bu.-'it, tnit ;iui.1 th(, *-.,’«i . him- for .8À3 mor«\ -*u •* take mafti-i s lnt<3. said he wai^d out i 1 i night, and .shoGlY < J Durmbush    ,oM  i shot him.  - Clirapp* r w-e-s eh ^     Committed Act    t-vvo trau        .* 1    r:.\ uroi-f Л (          on V’/ife.        l; i!« « î'r*>:    n    G 1    . * \    . ,, .f, 1 ■              ■ J'go, wit    I •    WÌI il«    . ’ 1    « 1 - ä . -■«-■■      ' « I oh    i, wh«)    tho rva Г 1    nf    .1 li    1 'r , I    r t ' • '      hildi''-ll - liV    iìi.g at ’    ■ ing fiVo '        r.8 (li    T!!-- traun          ; : ■ WaiS    ■ prob-    * <r* • * ' ■■■  T4m wi        'ч 1-,    1. k 1 i    *      m «*n th«    Gort-    COinj'hj*'.        ( о -IU11 3 1 <          , ,.ru:ty. В    ¡è was    ЛчСГС IliU    I (    ogni/    i b ЧЧ    ;-. ’ . - . .1      ,'h »LV« 11U«    ; train    'i . Ч .        -- m-    ? I i o4\ t i          I ' j 1 «lUi *n    Btre-I    Mi’J '    ll    u l.lj    II* 1 *'          • ^ SU' 1    h ' b . i    W 1 ( < к gV  It 'V S    I.    11  1 g    1'. S*-,a : «■  turn- b' --a    . i, ; î . 1' i : ' -1 < I !•'      ' . . ov r;.'.    a- till    n U «L--        IVt-d    on 1    .-■mi as      lU.iH .    %« Itei I-    i ( , - op-i        e iiJ    i-ns«- .. .( ■    ( ' ’• h '              . la <n ' *    *    nj V    ♦ -.i-         I I  \i s  ( .ilirt'-C  Î i  *' m« n.-  ' I -•=» ( « Hu '  .■ « «m- -  rfC  1 lïp'  *    •    Vf    i  I, р*чг  dft. H T '  t «G N !  ^ Lhz  ■ind ( on _ ’ M It'S  e.ssed old, w 11 k, ivho  f  SAYS LOEB OWNS STOCK.  t* «  лч-Jii his Senator Also Mentioned in Was.ungton Public Service Debat«     _ •• B\ Il r n    », an î w tir      'v\'hat 1 ne    i    i 1 1 1      lïHve tne r    t    1 1 1 c w      T'i'o    ‘ is    1 L 1 1      busi    T <;    t i      au* 1 1 1    L    ll im \ K-      bave 0«-' il    L    1 a..      all mv tu    1    l ir i ^ lit      Iiave made    IWl*    1 ( Il n      Th( q L    ■ II) :    1 w      but V 1 et    r I    Í 1 a 1 1      I îl I k        \ il (Il t      i t 1 t 1    t 1          '• i 1    \r    t 1      ean g 1    V г    1 -t t      pu! i 1    11    l;-.. Xo. (il;:- '«      ГОГ a. mmti        ua t i.t has.”-      Ar tb y    t    t I      “ Mr t    van.    \l t      in:ite*l 1мГ    ih    11 II      .stai  “ W Cil    1 aî    m- reircsmr     ■\Vord was reeeh.(^d hcr-" .yf.?ter.l.ay of thè arresi of Claud«-  don Jìy thè ScoUand Yard for<-e at thè request of thè New' York i;olice. At Po-lice ' Hea(UT-t2*: icrs it w.’.s siat(-«i tlnit Heriti'''r is waiip d on su.'-pioiou of Tiaving siolen    woith    oi tii-'um-niìs.. ;md  t rmul my I jewelry from 'Mrs, B..\i.l P. 'bagiit of t would not 1 70 Fark; Avc-nue, bt' 'vlmm ilrrit.«u' wa.?  ; i nave made.  1 nave made, i i timateiy.  ,t I nave made  Will Tour Through Italy Traveling isiorth—Sagan Starts for Naples. -  NAIMAIS. April 2d-It .is, stated h*-re that. ?«Ime. Anna Gould ,who will arrive |  inu'O April 23 by st--aVn«T from N« w' York, [assault, whi* h will'bo purpos-ns to take-<an automobile trip tlirough It.aly. traveling n«wth. On May 1.3, a("cordlng t.o an order .of the F.wneh (o'urts. she mu-st return h«-r children to IkirA.    ,  *'t«.l by Polbe-.'.’noiaing and Ft’'*-C( f»tallon.  ■ n he h.td shot  liUU.  :ìì;.:eri--r that on - 1 « !s a * ':u-f in ’ er of Gorllandt I i att i‘ iaui his 1 in tne kiteh'-M - lb- buid 1*^* 1 td ru'usее ut«- Dorn < r c-'iim Tst^ k to  ■ -n Ti.-- d--clû(;d to imn ;nm*i.s. He  I•-.siaurant last 7 ««■«•iooK when 1 bi n and  I v.-*Ni felonious  _o  *n  W*-r«j no f  lu*iiged to homh cidc should D*yrmbusli di«.-.  GOULD ROAD SUED AGAIN,  n Л  1  wiiether my mv view on. wu'iuo contend  n^ m n a.?ked; ct to be nomi of the United  ig." .?aid Mr. •• 3 oung man,  il  Brj-an wn  ha'**- i’ou r«'aa Julius t ;i*^  “Yes. Fir. ■ sai*l me tao.  Y (. irete*! i } Ga il w'as divi' I Ili 111 I    li    Ti 1 ul known  you nc*wo,um nave sinicK out two of th® p.»rt.s,”  ■\Vntter.son for Bryan.  Mr.. Bryan had breakfast with Gol. Henry YVattersou ef Lauhsyille. Later in the ¿a\’ Col. Watterson said:  '• Personally I ‘think that Mr. Bryan •will be notniiuit' d at Denver, and I believe -ft-e liave a good chajiee to elect him. Tiie I movement in the iiiterest of Gov. John son of Ynhnesota eom«\s too iati* .and from tlie* wrong duarter. It the inter, sts that! are urging Ins luunination rmw hat backed me tip wiien J • ad\ <i<'at-**i h!s can didacy t<-n montii.s. ago h-* migiit hav it chance. But tii«- Li'-rnocrais Vbrk, >9 i9*‘ Pf'^ent cannot dictate to th Bemocratic Party,’.’ 'j With regard to the Republican situation Ur. YYkitterson said:  " I left YVashington a few w’ceks ago  ’Fne troll''’y ('«ir w:,i.? ш t(  ■rround upon the i*latf«*rm of the ilr.st elevated e-ir, .1-f st-'Oil pmvpfl there. Т*а1апе-irg back and forth. The ir.o’Dy Jvires Iia.l J. 11« rith:-r in T.oit- ,cr«';s.sed. .slnu't circttiis lia«1 Ь«;гп formed, awi the 1Г*Уг,<Х«' car was .s.n on fir«- nt  s.w'cral p*y.nts. As tlm cur swayed hack i>ar:s.    ,    _ Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company  rPARI.: АрШ 20.-Pri;oe irelie de Sagan Seeks to Foreclose Second Mortgage.  BaGu-s of blue firo. '.-    ih'ft.lor Ital:. t.-mghr. He said he wm    '    Specia:    to    T-- N-    Timee.  W ili'ur E. ■H-'ii'i'-f'ón. who h.tr an еП: ■ Koing to Xap.h? ■’* a tnonti’-l D-avore ,    ,.o-fore-  (bu’ia'king simp near 1:. . y.dh .1 to the ¡-trip. 1” prcoT ( .. wbioli he pro«lr,c>.u a    the s.-«'cnd mortgage on the Inter-  Ciowd m Jump no the train and help'the,;-straw hat.    -    .    ¡national & Grt at'Northern Rnimoad (fom-  to- '/sctipe. , He I'd ihe- way. !    emphatic G.Iy denied Tm wa.? airea Ту    j,,^nds amounting m» .8lo,:;;d,<«.P, and  th<; ■na.ss«-ng« rs on the train, ! inarricd ю Mm.o. Goind, Tvu.: dechn-;*.! to, oolieet ¡п*- г*'71 amo'unting w 823!*,7*3, «cl -отк*:--**.,*-1    ««*... l:,.l M.inn'i-l.-.i oilt -f it. f,Hth,-r-l Uay «v!.a; arc hi: m.-ilrimonial    1„    .    ^7    8*=,t«*    ■Cir.-ult  round th - fron’h-of the tr-.llc-i'. aiding in-j yond eX'laiming. -it i.s Impossi.de to ,-«rf - ^    Dal’.as t )-<l i'* by 'the Farm«M*s--  ?*.■{;•'. Lieut. 'Л1- Avoy of.! so*’- what the lutur*? will bring. ’    '    I oan’and-’rru-st C««mppny of New’’, York,  Iiv. ,,U..I Tw.-niy-fourth i , Tiie friends 'kMMme. Gould in tin? city |    complainai*:s    askv-l that the re-  wim w:u3 iitndvr.-'taml th.at aiter ».u-Kltng .froin    ¿f Judge Thomas F. Fr*-‘ur.an.  vicam-r Friedrich der (uosse at.    t    ¡p th«; .-'uit of the Mercan’ 1*  and Many Are Hurt in Shore Fight. ! А.Г*!‘‘ппа *iL thea'.    !    .Me* will not ccme dir*-::i to l ari.s. hut.. _y*ew Y*)rk-agair-’ th*  il ('oniinue Bn- tev* ral . weeks t^^veling^    Great N«oriherh Rai rci  •be ех1сгМ«.М to this suit. Judge, McGor-* mick ti-,. f.amon entered a d^-c.ree extcnd-l in- the ’-e*'‘ivership ак re*iuested. 'wnthout ALBANY. April ’21'*.-Snow and unusual-;    ^b«; receiver to take further  Accorditig to the P'-'iice, H*'r;t!-u’ dlsap-Ì pris'Ui*. is peared on Yia'r.'b. s. -an*.! the los.s of the-jYiany Jewels WHS diSi  !th«; w'Otk *■!  LONGSHOREMEN IN A RiOT.  ___________ 1 Engln.e <'’cmi  Cotton Hooks and Bo'JIes Are Used ia:i i Lmi**:---•xth.Ft*  I    ¡1-    ’fii.    i-v4'5    C.-il    biltf  I was one of the-t-.  A hundrt-ii Irisli dock hib'Orer.? w'orking | . A still- aktrm liroiighi a iit.- k wit.n I no * v. at the YViute Star Pier 4'", on thy X-orth A-hief llauck in eomm.tnd. t ans to ; m and an equal numlicr of It.ilians, at i Brooklv'u Police  «-« t I YY'A.'ïBlX! П’ВХ. Jpîi  Jhat <’ongress js s*:i ious' i- cishitug 1 г t ]> b;v the Inl'-rests <«l of.i .    .i; ■ ■    • P  service eoroorafii.>n.v, R* 'V. ,« i •-.•■ of ’■j’enr!‘''s?.c'‘ in a .?r«e* ii ■    t¡:    • I.  , to-day said that и rnemla r ■ ¡ to,  ■t,’4’runitte*- on l.n?tm-t nf u-a l ¡.P i «.. *■  1,<»'s .sliar*-.s of th- ' «:р«пч1 Tra- . • . ■ pan;,’s s‘9 k. «ni ч A l’< 'i the Pr* ?i’* n*-iti.Jo ' r* J.«.r ,  4,7<!<i mor«-.  'I'-.he S* n*itor IS { ra’mis G. a D(-mo* r ■ trom N--vul.--.. .Mr. M-- ¡s rht'J he' «¡1*1 i -J i-i* П to s.av t.'.at (:*wning OJ l*)Cil 1 . ' ot к W S 'in..!V-' 1 rn-rely flnt P w:m ■ *-mt>anv.s.vjri;.-subjects of locil In oussion.  IRA“McC0R!VTEK HURT.  N. Y. General Official and Two G*„ec3-s Thrown from His Wagonette.  Of.    -    3? . 7 ■' 2 . Ч    Vo. 7 i -  YY'TIITE PLAIX?. Ar-”’ -’>    A«    ’•■- "a  his w *,- to th«' В irl-m R 1. -    •    '    •’*  ¡tel«;    thi?    rr»ti П", In*.    M' '-'П:    ]..    t.,  Pr^-'-iib-nt í'«f tm ,\*'W Y (Jl î    *    '    -  road ( lunpaf;. ччачатоуп ir«  (tt-. II«; g"t ч d« p’-.tov.r ami oi.«í nb wa.s brok*:*:;.    "\\  r-u'-n.i к w«iv Er.'mst Barr*--.  ''Gri'í'J    ■!■■    Xí'wV Y ei'K, W 'u» If’d    ’■■ *    n  q.'iy as gu«    7-is-at I-«-- YT*í* "i-    p  d  1 i  spending b  Ш!« l П' «I i ■■ ■  YÎ r Y\ ^  t e w ig  i «- t Jl (    \  o T t ( ct.i -- ali«-ut til  •m el \  I., f .* . Y’i . «. !’ «i G > h I 1 * « YI®*  ,4  mmi  I i I Ylr W >  1 ’  îrom I;'.-- o « 1 « «I a 1- ' Bari'c:..  VI I t r « 1 W ’  'I « .« I iW «i.% ■Il S’  River,  the adj*;»ining Pmr 47 of theQuebe«c i t ship Company engaged , in a battle ri las-t evening. Th** wuardng factimu ii et ' the S-'^aman’s Ylission nt et. an*i d cotton hooks r bottles as w'capon.s.  ■es drove tne fighting nUn hey hao 'wrecked .the. café le.r ill    und 2.37 Y\'e  I *^ on Ч ^ 1 i t! e No 4\ I ( К ‘ t В I -«i^    I    el    I    *    )    K«  of Xew  up in fi'oiit 3;n) YV t b and £ da \  Pol    T  to CO r li'U of A If    1    X  Street. Ju.se,  Street gt, . earl    \(r  Lt w h I c I i-iy turn  ( rl    1 &    ( n :  J h    i d    a x»osvii  I    f    li    skuU.    ;    11  ’P«v« niv    Oi'    more    of    tn«‘  1 I    i\    broken    !i(  J }if ^ 1 arrested J  V  ( ’on«' ■re ru.' 1 T 4  W'h*  H ea d f i u a r i e гк 1 • ro u с n t the R. « - tumu Bo.-P * il u Ii 1 al an.i a private *>rvi <¿ JaiJzei ■lu’o res.erv«,-;^  Snowfall Up the State.  <(, btnne blor'k. vv 1 th ^ m igi s? The driver w«.-.- t* to ’he roa.iw.av, but e.'-'«(¡»f'l i i i 'rb«‘ a'-cKienr carne a.-» «n ( « «img ten dav’H bouse partv whan- th-.M micks hml ia-11 at-tii«;*” i.ome, ill A Broadway. White Plains.  I—    \    »‘ГСП    ¡>1    la    II/.I Ho  JO  Í  utu  ' *T'  1:jo  I  J  (Л  В r il  pac.it'  1  В iger of GJl (ireeuw (.h > 1 I i wound and u.ad a finger I and one wrtst neariv torn I I J (K t t iicn Till I  n  V  I.  I  1 ] t  i  ha.'.im condition. I.Tribotz of majority of the Brooklyn, i.barging th n witi Buhger.  1  iv  1(1 1 t  I  n  m tue la itz. and btrect. lit ng  Continaed ou F’tSie 2«  Latest Snipping News.  Arrived; Ss Idaho, Hull, April 5; Ss. I Navahoe, WilmiDgtoih N. C., Apri|, 16.  Tslan«!. Th 1 up ironi t Ba--ch St.Hit* w.is tliHt ha.l -g all luit one .6:  I J    ? I -    r?- in I  i    I    d    of    Mi  i    It t I I    cd do  1    II    I    (    1  tl    i t. !!•» t 1  i^lear. ttntl the fire ]  Il le 1 1 O! 1 w i ke b«« bciises and .?tor«-s. ire i ll u    Ib    I    I  V-, *K ««P.V I..    t.. ti.  I    I    i    ll  1    .    ^ I I I  t ( I    I    1  Ve.m Mntn btrcei, i.i***. of tiu-' molh-i ear, were arrest.eri taken m tlie Batii lieaeh Police btatmn, * I'.trgcd will, criminal negligence, police «aid tb vt Kealley, who had charge of th'i big TU .v-tvpe trolley car. had been out of the training school only three daY’s. and tlrc J. \hs barely tweutj-onc years old.  ; Iv cold weather for this season of- the i    j vcar were encountered in«^everai of the j  .*jp-Slate • districts to-day. In some in-’  snowfall lasted througlmut  oath    bond    I    pq5£s'poR    ACTRESS.  f t  ti    ii  it bv wav of Jhe i li gi und. w i( Li ЛП 1 J illerl It ■«    1    ’died  I out. I ite mir teen Jo th':' netir-l.bv the ahi-iiofct of them  stances the icn- I the forenoon, г ha'l    Schenectady,    and    Middletown.  Snow fell in Rochester,  XEYV IIAY’EX. Conn., April 29,—Snow fell here Jo-daYU and the tcm.peniture w'ent clow n to 38 degrees. .  CRITICiSES HARVARD.  President Tells Princeton Team Athletics Ought Not to be Minimized.  Uphold Oklahoma Constitution  GUTHRIE, Okla.., April 2d.--Th«; .State ncll C'f g.jp.Y-iiio C(Hirt io-*lay It'rld that the inttia ie\ ^or^ra:! live and r.Je't endum provi.sions of tlie rmt iman j Oklabo.ata Constitution w-re not in viola-' ti.an of the Constitution of iln; United States. -    ■    .  Novel Tribute to Ethel Barrymore at Chicago “ Beauty Banquet.”  Spccia! to Thc'^ ] orK-s. CHICAGO, April ’20.—MioV Lth( 1 Eu’'\-j mo ; litei-ally Walked (ut ros«-.s -it a -beauty banquet” gi\*-n by Ghitar...** so-  ami  ion.  The.  WASHIXGTOX, April 2d.—The members of the Prin*'9t'.«n baseball team were re-cen-ed by th - I’resident to-day, being introduced W; Kepmsentative Wood.  The- vi«ii‘''r-s said that th.    _ .......,    .  .V s'nav-M'v emi. lixM the policy of Harvard i Fr-.m the thi-s.-old oi ti 1 ' •    -    and re-11-> her pia*-«; ef tionor at th  ‘ carnet ina'.Ie tr*«iu th*- pf-tals Ot At 'Beauty r(i.?es. Miss B«¡rry:n<j i long pathway ankh* det p in ros  W iolIV ■    1’  an 1 'v;> S« ’ p fieulm ’ (Jl (b) In 18-* ornna’ < *" an autpî'îiz-  ! cietÿ in hcr honor at th-.: Audtto, to-! brejcht ail *«f President May.    •    J    3    met;*    ■    t    •’* u-  ■ t« * I  • t N-  M  к в г- s t  “t F .h-  ;    1    я    f    q  i- . c;  K ^ - '  • И» we .  '    ’U”*'  . ' « llf-i t n  l -44 1*0 * !« M» ■ r  '« ’ 1  rof«m  in mm.rnizir.g athietir sports, grett.;d that this should be the case.  t *b  Gates’s Oil Company Cuts Prices.  HOl'STOX, Texa.s, April 20.—The Texas Oil Company to-day cut the price of crude  Fr-.<m the thi-Jhnld oi t*  W: ? a  '•ri. an tro'i tlie h'-'avos,  'i'he' idf'a of the la ich* on was the exalt-I ation of beauty in w ^rami. in at t, in music.  12' • V  I  T.IFE iXrOYIE ABSOl.fTE.  .Safe from 111 adviser.?, panics, or lailure?. ' j,    . cents per barrel from the prices  A^Mtsf5№,oc«wo.    .March    50.  = 1    0:ЧБ,4Т    BE-LK    SFKp.-r,    W    \TEB.  I “ It’s.l'urity has made it íamou». -Adv, im  liar. R -  ([Щ*0*И». Г(рГ-'ч  pal-'l in.  * (а) In 180.1 ti  Vkclì  nt  . in s *■  Mítrop;  Gompmy л*- Г«>пп( i «■»"    «’•at-  -¿ compah> <лпа a„qu.i‘vi i. jin t,..*j M©t**   

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