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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1908, New York, New York                               .''AH the News That's Fit to Fair to-day to.niorrov; nortK winds becoming sputheast. VOL. LYII.-..NO. :NEw'. TUESDAY, APEIL: jn JJ-Xr'P'; In t7f rsoy -Cil.y X'.KN'TS, He Meets Lewis Agent, and the Situation Seems Less Warlike. MONEY OPPOSES HIM Is Being" Used, He Declares, to Defeat Hils Waiter- son! Out for the Nebraskan. Jennings Bryan arrived in town yesterday, and" after, he had spent a busy cny granting interviews and seeing a lot of politicians, tho Democratic situation in the State, whkui has bo.en..vei-y rnuch muddled since" -tiif> State Convention, .-adjourned, cleared up perceptibly. It 'seemd prob- able last n'lg'.ht, according'to some polit- leal that, tiie bet.weeii the -Murphy-ConnorM" combination atul the Tna.lc'onte.iits lip-Slate. would bo. settled amica.bly.. ar.rl lhat the 'delegation from. .Kew York- to "the.- Denver, Convention inight. after all be for 'Bryan" before .the convention caJIed '.to -order. "Whether or 'not the. isurin.iKe- that the party in this be. soli'difietl for Bryan amounts-to very' -evident throughout, tho day_that .Mr.'Bry- 'a.n was..trying to: bring about." ]Ie would, not laNt -for., publica-tion.. on the Suite and he even. went, .so far as- to., deny tha.t he had .titlked with, tho politicjans 'who .visited him. Nev- ertlueless. one of his callers, was Kixoji. who IK oxifemely- close to diaries F. Murphy, and it. was-generally believed about, the Hoffman. House, where. SACRILEGE BEFORE THE Non-Catholics Kneel, at Altar and Re-, ceive Communtor, from His .Hands. 'special .C.hMo. to. TIIK XEW'.TCRK TIMES. ROME, April' 'time of St. -Peter to that .of Pius X; the history of Papacy fails to record such a- grave sacrilege -is that-which yesterday inside the. Vatican, under the eyes of the. Pontiff himself. While the was celebrat- ing mass and administering' '.comrnu-n-. three. after great insistence ;had: obtained, through' their- Ambassador permission -to bo present at'the Papal approached the.aiuxr- and received the cqmniunion from .the hands of the.Pope, retTLOving from their -mouths the: con- secrated wafers, ono Of which was found on the 'These three, persons knelt-in the first row''of communicants. Next'.them was. 'the', famous actress, Mary and-next her the sisters of the Pope- Whan ...the .sacrilege occurred, Miss Anderson, wlio already-, had received eomnnmion, being realized' the incident the, sister of the who was raise, both her'hamlsiivliorror..; Members., .of. the. Papal tlie his-ult. ;remove'd j the offenders, who, -however, attempted .'to their pleading ignorance of the Catholic- procedure. FIRE HALTS '.I. AT COM GROSSING Many Caiight in Car When Train Hits Trolley at 86th St. and 18th with ;'a- "dense 'pin oh Halt firemen wore overcome, .were by Dn Bonnet' '.of St.: rji-'egbry's MAN AND BOY MAY DIE Thirty Were Samei Spot Last May, .When Switchman Said to-Have Left Post.' The Pope withdrew to his apartment evident-ly.-ciisUirbed, (excl4imi'tig-.: ".Hay' God. forgive them; they ;knew not: j they did." _ The incident brings out tho peculiar- p'itu'ation of the Holy See.' If tho siic- riicg'c had 'occurred in any outside the Vatican, tho offend- -ors w.ov.ld suffer punishment A.-four-car''Coney .Island .-train of 'the. Ulmor Park division, and a-su.rCzlc'e car of the -Coney -Island anil lino collided" last riight- at Kight- eenth Avenue' and Street, J-iath Beach, and -thirteen of th'e.t.Wcnty- j five people the trolley car.- 'were..-. in-; i jureiJ. two of.' whom'.may -die. The i'.car .was set-'0.11 firo.'. Traffic was delayed fnr xiv-'-'of "Wix hours.' ,oc- curre.d whore Ilk-re w.as.a similar collision jlast May, resulted iiv.the.-injury ot thirty after'which tho .B'rook--' lyri Kap'ul :'Ti'an.Hit -Company, ah-n.oimc.ed isafety" devices to TwoyFamlU.es Rescued and Hajf a Dozen Firemen pvercorrie.'.. buUciing at; 233 Broadway, the Po.st Office, tied up cars nearly. last night' and filled the im'me- dia-to vicinity rnvivp.rl and- Dr.' feogers and returned to work almost Tlio fire: Piartod in the of lio.uls Frci'.a, of.-..'-the building.: Fredahad ..-Just closed for retired, .to .his merits; top floor of j..tlip lie was .at, .hig ..wife throe'., children, three-., .sisters of -Morcttii, 'arid Gloyanhita Melueci, smcilrd smoke.. .making .lii.s. -way to ronf -door was opened- by '-his Thirly-iilnth Sarrtuet-SWen-sonr janitor of No.. With; the. ald.rof Freda goti" his. family to. Then: he mafic fhia; way to the-street- family. TO Governtrient Anxioua ister f rojrt Whbrn No on -imfl i avoid other .coltislona'. at this; dangerous crossing. _ T.r.O. 5fi ,-tS '.S'.'lll'l' ira'-oid-. Bryan is stopping, that a meeting- be-r to'.Ita'liari law: but the. yu'ticari tv.een Tarnmany-chief and. Ise- j thc riffht .extra-r'tftrritoriality, .the braskaii .was arranged, and that .assur-i ven. by wei-e "jtrya'ii that poftert for' tiro .Air. "Nixon- to Jilr... sup- nomination .by 'tho 'State. cannot, be .appl-lprrth'cre; In -an interview plven out In -the .'filter- noon. Bryan '-reiterated- 'his' charge j that, .money u.sud to obtain, j vmlnslructed .to. and defended himself, from t'luV .charge tlui.t i .BERLIN GLORIOUSLY HOAXED. Reported Presence -in City of; W. K. Vanderbiit CaiiseS: Excitement. Sppclril' Cahla. to1 Till: NEW Yp.RK TIMES. Aiirit dispatdi from says the Kaiser's u'a-pital.'is being '.its LV. JiU-S. -ANNA.- 2'A ohl. f.rnnkiyii ssliooH'i'-'in .if. the Ijoiniv vX'MVS .i't'1. '.S'lT [ir-'-imhlc. tire. ..o lii-o-jklyit; n.lirajum i.t-.iu .home: TJ.. 0 yo'ar? fii'.: skull .ii.iv.l 'w.uiiiulis iho Jf'iHii .ut' -thts ni.1. has been made, of late: .that, lie iiaa Ceased Bcrl.ii'i to be ono oi'.the p.lal-n' rca-j gloriously hoaxed in conseiiiie.nce of fji'i'i ofh-Is increased im-onie. A clipping fqhd'nep.'s for American I was .showr: '.Mr; Bryan.-m wbich. he... was the papers annotihcodl taken -to task for luivuig declared that j K Vanderbiit wife, aiid- da.iigiiter had; arrived a.t: tliej _ H.cael'WiFtol to. spend, the' lCasto-r''.lioli- -M never giive'cho. interview on wlfi.ch.j duys_ Qnc m. two papers rrinlcU what this editorial-is .he said. The to be graphic Snterviews with STACK Ll-iV tV-.iIti' HI'.! Strr-i, J'.ir.'i-'klyn.: c.in.liirtnr of. y c-ar; i-ontusiiins wrht which h declared was being used him. j I'secl il.o Snys.'j CIIA !i u-r nt .hoini.-.. ..IO11 X -10 oM. 1 Fif'h: alinis.iohs -of clivv. risht: Com.rroner has .stated' more- than onco money- was being used to secure .to. the distinguished ..viaitOF-'; and the' hotel'j-' twdnty-foUr .'the y.f tiro- 1'a-1-. rs same a.1-' tho instruction- of. delegates oppo.sed in order that a third .of-the' delegates i Mecca, of scores 'of-jicrsonn anxious to I to Denver might, -cpntr-ol t-hn .nomination..! rr.cot. t.lio.'distinguished gatest.. j 'L'he Conimoner h'as -said that, and I am i The prbcesslpn to the hotel incluiled The editor of The Commcncr.. 'T -know j with promotion whrrepf j'ure dcalons '-motorcar .agents, yacht- y-pii give the Mmex.ot trie men; motorboat builders; reprcsemativfis{ wno are using monev? i Will said Ervan library, caliy.' _ fiyin-g-machine. inventors, .-and. a non-j "is there any money being "used here} descdpt collection of persons j in New..; with proposals of various kjn'ds. f haven't anything .further to Tay i; letters 7H'ure.d in addressed on that' j K> VanderWU, millionaire." One. Isn't .it xaiv as ;Saxony telegraphed he had two tin- j opposition to you- here is. as marked as it is .aiiywlii.TO, an'ci thut-Uils is ilie. (m-f-siml--lifa-1; The rt-Tissing of Sfrof't. is one oi! the .most' 'dai'ijroyniis" In inrookiyn. '..-.At tlii.s point' trains later rim 'oa ele- valfd Htructures ;trayOl; nlong the g-rourid; Tiie-'tVainH .run a-pproxlihntely- north and south here. .tracks trolley... cars- run east' .ahil wofit. is the cropping-.jii; aiul 'ili'y. Foilowing (Sir1 fpllfshin of ..a FCDR TVVOrWEEKS )t Is Consider. .ing Proposition a Get Him and Bring, slionc'j ;of a: Minister. t he long-con tlmtect Russell, tHei swift cruiser (lemand; ph. gping to" his 'apart the" of ''its ,1 floor his' >ylfo- IK "two ..ehildrenL'. half suffoctitert. and ..Hlx. firemen' of -Kn.qlhos .a nil -10 wero -.llii'eu of vtlif nv- .heinsr .jni- when.f brought ph t. of -the pnioke-; t'Ulert barber shop liy 'tlveir. They, wrro' ..'p'JIara .'iftid Joseph Ijcory ot' Enfthio 0, and Charles -JohnsSpii' pf'-Ensiive, causesof the fire 'iss not known. TROOPS TG EVICT FAMILIES. s-c reprrslMi t-rt t i v.p. at -.is' been liearrl fster'; RuKse'l! Cpiisulfyr pfficlala for' plague :IK.'Kaid. riigi'rig and -'the- mails, eat oomtnuni-; 'of opihion s Oovei'iimen.t 'iS. inplfii.ed. ley. ceh tiijil 'do murtlc.Ji with 'AV: Driven from Plum Island at Request of Family at Sea.All Night. ...Jjietit. .K.-'..K. twenVi- armed soi.dier.s from -Fort evt I'rom Shog.psJiofid Hfiy'oti Plum to evict "th't-ee 'w-hotu! ilia tile island, tun of _ .Tj.-ili, wisiiod --tho X'fipt; wil'o-.- ai'ifi..'two. whi> 228 auxiliary ylo'op, taking; their -bHonsri'ngs. It .was the. infcntinn to -spefitl.- the n.t- The other fani-'li'-'s of s. f .a. th'e btOAVard'-ot'. thi' .UiMr.'pi-'e Hocinl The. island is Oiny-rn'fnen t ing beoii by ahf Dopart- iti !3ts rlnfeiiso .of New' York It lies tietween -Hh.'vp.s-i and Tlavron fsiaiul. Jti live (ivr.rf. but-iit; _ ,soiVie basis for t hit. siisplctmi .tnan- in .which Govern meiVt perer! wi'th'tl-io-mfiil ba'gs intciiflod cm iso r- j-eceiitly :j'ti; .-TlVo .brought forth were .openiMl A Ha aiul' 'clopete'fLAVtUi, the -irni'ro. .llKin.'-lialf :a.il'hoUr.- '-JN what took ".is" that "the Dcp.'iriirient is completisig. .pw-.pai-'ut so' Lli'at.iit i'p il.oines to watery Tin tnod i.-: be ..will 'Hriiig, IMr.'v.Kuxseil'-and; TatrYHy been, unable to Su'ffitrs: ,C pbndltion ll .t.li.o -i.cllejy-i'Viof :'-.'jVnj.eM icaii iiKS in.: tlie MOvplyVi hiV 'fa.ct :-i j c j. eoni-t Tjlelt informa't.i0n fMrVj-'P ;V'': -.'.i -rj-. A' fHeKclMjf rtowrtrd's i-'xpirt-iiiifri'.. t'i.i-Bl tho ..t .v- ...J :.-.been.' rh Climatic However, roa'fl'.'td ho? no the 1 J.'oSyaril-.s'.'rfriv'imcofl Was Nqi; Says, Looted; and Wil'l Eje --'-'.to'. -X'Chii Itbiiioi from i :l I'ljiyjishl'i .Jsi-jV IVo NO VVATER i INi; THE STOCK: Tax .Burdens and -ficduceS Eafn- a 'l.jlitoii-'now .f'xyu.tiR'p-ibr a 'Kn'ib.as'sy. In Vv-iij: succi'Mid gii.t-ing- p-ica- it PokmiAM s'l riiiimciaV '1ri- 'wiii.Vs'ii.uc'criil: 'hnl .-as f fi- h'a.'iulciil'' up to Vii'rtor .Sinire'njiV..' i..'rVt.irt .'afteviipon, prcsentniiMH-. itv iK It. and ;Thfen. Stay in --of- pi! Ateitv -that; Tuft oTHciai .1-Vy 'ci-ilpivw'smiv'of. which; I'. :'.l.-'iie t'ira.'Ul Jury :i'.ii .but U'v. is fo- ninny.- j of w..orkt.-d Hiisbahd Wants- Divbree: on Gro'iirid 'of lit putM-tc' i.i ''i JirHl; pt'cviously' hp-; ID 1 ify.'. n's to t-i ti ioi i It-van j i.y 1 1 1- o t i i i i VI iy., .1 r.-'t v i i 11 n mit it ors.'.; .or ovrtlu- A j' In >nol i I n i i t onj.. fj-f) in Ts'V'w'-. .icr'se.y. fnrtnrd ''Jyertoi.! for .went t.o !he .tin; eviction. .Tin' ptive.i-v tliat tlii'.'-.fsimilK-'S '.concerntMl deny, hil. got i-ti tiie by; him h'iCvo. defied V'-nrxuelaiv sitiiut-ion: .cop: IH- vHio :J j-oara to.; 'WecreUvry.. a rul' Ixoyt.- CASTRO Representative of D to Af-rhrrqe Church; Gets Big Large j Ghurchcs, no. falHng'.pf f .in their Easter-coil this. year. This :.ia rcgarue'.d: 'a that.- -the people have, entirely ffpnf t lie', 'recen-t. -i'inri niviat.-- tini-es't. pffe.ring. was that .re at Ciiurcb. it -ahionnt Haftirftjiy... to ent'.. Casfrn alia t ion i-jr-eieij.s; 's.tations- kit. tp.wnHjV' .ill', money centre of th? T veline; to-- go' subject." Mr. Bryan then Keen Lrwis Nixon, ;ajkeu ami "to see Mr. jattor might, "drop" I decline -to say -local situation." 4ie any further into the nT nvr-k tn at Uu.o yoar. knou-n. Kembrandts and-a A an D> tk to wrro .tip in'-iiro-test..- It. was j's-ia'-t-ed ''.thrii-t. the dtity.--l-he-rp. .Venezuela-'.' is seeking -to keryice; thb.fitriMned: iiiilr'js1 y.eti'iv: fi 41 .Viii'Wii.-iiiS 'ia ed .having vut-- said he hail imt i hat he .'Intel no. en- Mvi-rphy, .though the an.ythiirg-. about tho replied, .when, aslwd ic ;tway .i'i'om 'Ills- oi' liis work a, ni'oniised on beliatf.pt' riue'siions about Mr. Nixon's of my. own." I1 .still generally betieved., an _ 'Sir! Bryan was then asked; Sons are tahl'y.y iii sell at.-bargain.j.-irices. As a. matter of fact, .'Mr.' 'Vande.rbilt was not- 'in-Berlin' at all. His wife ami hud 'nor daughter, Miss Ivut.herford; fogeth-1 charge. fv with'-Mr: Sands, hor son her first.! Tt.was. nvimare Svbrn but no SIrT'Van-! j d'tvicca Avould. bo installed at to prevent Th'e however, is'enjoying quite t jf was- said a-run-of-prosperity un .the 'strength, of ni'ilht that. the report of Mr. i'.tVi- the of a..-.honi.e-.for old imoli" T.li.is' I'.tfnil.. is -ineu'ipr.y :pf 'Dorothea JJoi'finiinv and'-'was-. gfy'en...by 'her jt j- mot her -ahrl An af Coring, to be' MJ-'eri .to plir- the .ground- on :oiiLh.- ciuirch oil' whieh Bartlipi.oniew'H. -JVItulison has-, a wife aiid M livin bpu Fpri.v-en.n ''kil-lo'd- ivjfil S-iiijurefi '.i'll; Vi reo.lVision .tivV.o tO'VKo, j-tlon- hiiy 11 roj'i! s. t i ifKifjei'S'" :-v tu'b -Wall .had hear.d the report that the. -Heafrst people hud dropped him because, he had lo 01 wotLl plain through Jus in- creased income.. Vandevbilt's presence, ml .n'lany )iGr- iii liopo of rub- bing American ud .by l-lai'h Beach, po'ople ;lnst tb.e-onH-precautionary changes the.] OlTering .amounted t.o niade -i'iv the manor, of lookiiic fjjffis CAUGHT. My- lae replied, "Is jnainly from- my lectures-, with .something j Man Believed ..to Have. Robbed. Mrs; D.: P. Morgan Arrested in London. .Special Cable to THE YORK TIMES. LONDOK. April.''20.--A prisoner giv- .-idditional from asarielcs 'written t'o.r other.; .publications a nil s.omelhing from fny-ownj paper. -The amount' or :my income .has j been greatly'exaggerated. I make more i speeches -.for 'liothinjf llircn I do-for find I devote more time .to in? pay public tho name'.-of Claude TJeritior, ar- 011 suspicion'of having, taceh'.'im- irg was ar.d- for rly Ivci.iV H.-i'd by the. ado.ptiou new the .sigiiji.ls there BvpiiKl-yu'. fairly' fiilert 'with ing. noi-.lh I'.rom Conhy.-. -tuliou Pf four red t'iie ;one '.that the ElagnuiiC .arid. .sot. of rules- ijov.-' trnin; Way; cotii- bouiiil for; M'iinhaltiiu, a'ncl a. car of tlie nnw type, oii.tlie Coney. Isla-nd'.'-v-id ninth Street-i-'erry line, -was C'im'.ng west.- The K'xplnnsillnn. removed a l.i t tie more'-'- than St. titio: received about ;t be-, used Jn aiding Tlie JCastcr; offering afc-. .in Su'iy-vesatit-i'Sg'uaivv :aiiipinitcd I Awnii-e'and' Sevonty-firHt ..Street, a 'MUngadan aiyl. t lie. Church pf. J-lol-y Com- -.liv'sii.'' munioiv, i5FXth' Aventlo and Tweritielh' y'pung 'iVi-rus 'SU-eet, received Trinity CiHirclv.'Trarlem; lockecl: E'r'oadway ana Seventy- j The .wli.ich- :he -hsul 'first Street, asked rueeived i'Do'niibtt'sh-'.wiis'faii'n'ii d. wlxy, to. take inli-s irnm t its .-Veil. y. A.. trai i 1-i.oin IO-, >.Tl'''KS. 01 l.i t x [I I In tf p U CVUpou Ul'i'cOni- irtjo, li--.twa: into f i'ff'-'f ii-LVi'tr-i t '''vv'r'f'ck-' ".niJ coui-ts; 1 He'Way. :r.- .m the  bmes from the people who'! ot; diamonds- from 'the residence :-of hf thoiitTli't tvme that thc wh'ol'e Wr- David' Pierce" Mo-iaiV in -New i car 'Iwl'. conie'; to a fince he pe-jile rather-t'iian.m any special class. :vm-k vemanded in tlie Marvlelmne had "not r.'mo-vecl .the. red lantern; from rather-tiinn any special class. llisi ViCAvsi. My views have not oha'r.ged -on public questions. '.T am standing..for tlie .same ..Things now that J. yteod for then, and. 1 think no one will deny that.. 1 could make more b'y siding with, Tions than could by lecturing. My polit- ical prpminence has been an...advantage -10 me. in tliat it lias giv-en me., a'larger circle of readers and' a larger .audii-jiTee, but I uoiild have, used -that Jnfluc.rii-e to greater pecuniary For. in- stance, 1 was offeree1, a year as counsel 1'or a Bat tliat posi- 'iion'would havii-taken me'out'of tlic polit- Jc-al tieM _." Ky lecturing and witipg-'I can make what 7 need, in one-half, the time, and- liave. the rest "i'or .jniblic work. iw an iu any kind of busliu-ss. T ttitiid not liave. .'turned my "attcnlion to anything wlit-rc it would no.t ]iay.e'beon ;in advantage, and had-1 .usccl- all my .time an'd writing I'would }iave made twice as much.aa 1 have -nude. The question is .-not 'rwlial. 1-have made, but whether I have-made it legitlniatcly.- ,T iliink no'one will deny Uia.t I have ma.de next, question is whether >n.y r-arr.jiis power Ivas chaiiged my vi'ew'oii; puhiiy No. wQtUcl cpr.tend I'ur tiiat.it At this point an eagc.-r young-man asked-: Mr.. Bryan, t'ti.v you expect ;to be no'mi jMTed for ihe Presiden'cv of the United Htatr-s'V that said Bryan when he recovered. "Young man, have you read "Caesar? Yes, said the lad.'; You rcrnpm'ber he said Ga'ul ..was di- vi''.--d into three; parts': .If lie had known you hni would )iave o'ut two of thfe red from remiH'ecl across it--i -track'. -wa? tlie the big surface -car-, started to tlie track -up "which the Coney -Island unable1 satisfactorily'! Jrajn :was ''running." It got. .iur.t." -about 'danger .York, ivas remanded in 'the .M-a'.rylobone i Po.li.ce Court to-day. He was carrying-, aixtee.n small, dia- monds valued when, he ar- and was explain where he got _Scot- three-founhH across.'..thc land Yard --declares the prisoner an- .tho train h'truck it. swers to the X'abled. description of ons i 'The trolley" car -was lifte.i ''froirc-'the of the Morgan'robbers. ground upon-th'e platform o-f-Uia first eie- ------1 _ vated 'ear.- .1-t stooil -there, balanc- Woi-d was received .yestcfrlfiy 6f i ing hack'.amf i'oi't.li. the arrest of Claude J. 'in short cireui'ts had beon don the Scotland Yard- force'.at the' an.d the', t.r'oiioy car" was- sec on fire- at request of th'e :New York, police. -At Po--! -several-, points.- As Jh'.o car .swayed back lice-- Headq-ciai-ters ..-it was state'il. that Heritier is stolen worth of from Mrs. David 'of having and "Alo.rgah; -rit' ;ind forth .thci..wires .reer'opsteii. Mid the neighborhood'-was lighted up with he's of blue fire, _'.- who hi'ir. an unr tr.eot': wi.ih'.. .His U'C.d by! Polico-r; .shot; Church, Harleni. had an a larger. amount ahe n- carnatiiVn, Madison Avenue, and .Thirty- fifth '-iKiii' an' of f'erihs 'as .large riS last year.- Otl'icr churches .fared equai'iy 'Ciirappcr; toid tji-'jiii o.i. :nl': .tin1 past' :-Thc 'A'pi'-i j li'i loa.j tliiH ot! iiii-y; in r'aiiit... l.i'v i'uiv iitt'rritinVi.' !of AUTO TRIP FORjWlME. GOULD; Wili Tour Traveling said.he :p.ulisidp-Uifivrof had- hia i ]ociil publish; t :X NAPl'.KS; April ''lif-re that. Mine.' Anna Could ,wlro will arrive 1'iero ApvH- -'o by..stearner, from Is'ew purposes to '.'tajte aii '.autpmobne trip: througii- .trivvclln'S1 north. -Oh May. according order .of. the French her Paris.. and 'areenivich St Waitersoii for Mr.-Bryan Had breakfast with CoL Hen- ry Yv'atterson of Lauisvillc1. Later in the day Col. YVatterb'on said: ".Personally I 'think that .Mr. Bryan will be nohiinatod at Denver, and I believe we have'a, good cha_nce to einct hini.. The i-novomOnt in the in.terest of Cov. John- son of Minnesota C'omos .too. late- and from the wrong quarter, Jt' tiie interests that ju'e m-ging i'iis nomination -now had backed me wiiuu :1 his can- didacy ten months, ago lie. might have a chance. Bui- ilie Democrats. of 'VJork, -in- -present corinition, cannot dictate to tlvb. majority -of the Eempcratic -With regard to the-Republican SituatiDii }jr. said: "I left "vv.sshihgtort. a few: weeks ago Cqiitinued pa 3, TO Park Avenue, by .jvliom'. ycritier. was aertaUing slvop near ..liy-.'' yelled to' the ernpioyed as second butler.'' i cVcwd to, Jump on tho train and help' the.'; According .to the police; IT.eritW tlfsap- i prisoners' ;to oscap.o. lie-, li--d the peared S.. and of .the i Many of.' -the' nassengo'rs on the train, jewels soon nficrivard. had out of it, gathered i-rdund tho fronL .of the. trolley., aiding in RIOT. 1 'r.s.Gc.. _. ._________ j Kugine C'empany, l.s'-i T-.yeniy.-foarlh Cotton' hfooks and ..Booties' Are- Used Avenue and j taking a oil-, and .on the was one of t'he.s.e. .Ciirappor, .charged assault', Avliich' cide GOULD AGAIN. Farmers' Seeks to, Foreclose S.ecpnd ''Mortgage. IRA McGORMICK HURT. -the 1 an'd N y, Central- rorn of ii Ap'ril- his way ,J here' this and Many Are Hurt iti Shore. Fight'.; A hundred. Irish dock- laborers.-working "White Star Pi'er 48, ...oh the North River, .and an :ecmal number of Italians at the.adjoining Pier -17 of theQueb'ep S ship Company engaged .in'k .battle Uis.t .evening. .The Vardng.'factions up -in froift of tiie Seaman's Mission, at ;UiO West -Street, and used A still-alarm broirsht a triiok with .Fire Ilauck in 'co mm 'Cails to Br'ooklvn Police b'roughi; ambulances from tiie Dieara- i ,uj .island, I-Ibspital, i .early .Kings1 Ooimty. :.tn'J a private, i- linert 'ambulanca, belonging. K> Kowski Jantzer i oi" Comvv ..Island.- Thn police. .reacrvt-n. 'were -rushc-d up froni th.i> Fo'rc 'JIamiitori cotten '.hooks. J.and Batii 'Bae-'ch stations to hold' back' a ftd soda-water bottles as .weapons. I the''.crowils tha-'t had gatherc-d." AYh< n -aj.l but one' ..or .-two.." of tlie im- prisoned 'passengers-i'ri tln-'-.trolley been helped 'put .of _it by of.-tlie Police reserves drove the'fighting men to cover after they -fiad wrecked ;the cafe of Alfi-ed-. Adlfer. at and Street. Joseph .Bulger ot till; .Greenwich. Street got a -scalp wound and. had a finger nearly severed and ono wnst nearly torn off-With a. cotton hook, which hadf'pass-d .entirely through, .it.. Tony Lance, of- a; Corlears Street got a. gash in. tiie bank ot" his head'and u possible- fracture lie base the .skull. lie-will .-probably Twenty or more .of the particlpnrits'in' tbo- riot rrcc'i-ytcl broken- lieuny alul cut face's. The 'Joseph Kllgotx. and -Michael 'T.ribotz' oC I'l-cskJent .them .with assaulting' Bulger.' Latest Shipping News.; Arrived: 'Ss Idaho, II ull, April 5; Nayahoe, WiirainstoiJj 'N, C., Ss. door, it [toppled down..to the'.ground; Rescuers-Scaped -wreck'find pulled these persons put.'. -The-wj'res. were pulled fire put'put: -The'lliirte'en injured yieople -were taken into'-ths. neav- by houses and treated. the am- bulance then most of th'e.in. abio to go.-to their .homes; i l.riii. '-tJvro.t'tgh e'onslrnc- ciase tiie sycbrid .TtifcrV ;j road; .lh.ro ;f rani a ot ho I'NV iS'o.rthe'rn'Raitroa.d Com- !.ctto. cut ove'r Uie left -jT.hfit jn Mctr.rW 'priny. Ijo'rids amounting1 to andtjind 'one broken... ot.-the i! Prince Helie de Sagan lof.t. for f'o-n.ight. J-to TVa'si. j uiiing to. fpr. a inonth'? pleasure' j-'tKi'p. in' proof 'of -n. hat.- Ho omphaticAHy'.' denied, he wap fiiiread'y nwrriecl to Mme; 'buL neclmba t aniQUritinjr' .to Barrett ,ay what aro hjs. matrimonial ,-bf, iti; .States '-Ntew- yoiid rxoiaimi.ns', .'M't is .Impossible-to fore'- so'1 .wlvat the'future will.bring." -ThV friends ot" Mniel .'Gpi.ild in'', tlvis'. city iiiKlerrtaiicl ..after-.la'nrting .froth- the. .steamer Friect'rich dor" Gfro.srfe-.-at. Xtiplt-s' wiii' not CQine. cliroct to' but. will, continue .fr.ii- t.evoral .weeks.'traveling in Italy. I.ityri is i i i m i 'a K .'I'o.l-l .of. 3 "Ji''-.That on con- m.'u'js1 was Court ''.in.'. aa'' and ;S. anil. HU-M-t Raliway tho 1 'Taking '.SnoWfalt Up ,the State, April iycbid weather for this, season' of- ihe year .tit' -'ctistric'ts, -to-day. In some ..in-', stances' the-'.snow fail' lasted ..throughout, the 'forenoon.' Snow-.'.fell in Rochester, April ;.2Q.--Snow fell .here to-day, the temperature went1 down, to S8 Constitution.; be 'exlcfidei mick rerji i! ring t ji.e -.rope i vef; t p. ,-iak f the r oath of 'the'--trojley c-ai-, wore arrest.od. :and lakeii to .the Batl.i: Beach Police Station, charged, wiili '..criminal The police said th-ttKealley, who had chargo of the big nt-.v-type trolley car; had-been out of t hi- training school only three.'days, and'that-1KJ' barely yeai's Princetoti; letics. Ought bef WASH I N'O'l-ON, ApVil ..of thp troduded vfsiVprS'? .the 1" .'Flagman -Cordier.; P.atrirk h-ikl that '-t'fe -ihftia-.! sharply, .policy live provisions ;or -tlfehn Ninth Street, -motprniiin.' Qklahonia; Consti.ttHio.ri 'wore -lipt-hi': viola- of 'ihe'--trojley c-ar, wore 'arrested.: and' of th'--1 Conf-'tifution. of taken to the -Bath-.- Beach Police Station, v Gatea's Cornpatty Ciiti Rrlceii tiprt INCOME Safe from HI iaclvisci's, piintrj, or Assets .G. W. Langrorcl; 146 i. Texas I Jjll-S ;to .4 from 'the prices ACRESS: mor-o .liteirally ai iss-ued -F-r'bm ;t'ho-'.i-.hrep-hold "of '-Ilife Behu'ty. 'J'h e' id ea p til n bheori' wttS- the fixal t-. atiphv of music. fttJ'ltJ' made tt Iwuoua.'VAdv, piial- S.il'.f 'paid' :at Ii: k .t-i'ic'ut'.rius ChV. V.Metropolitan Gompau'y of-. Tpi.-k with. p ijbught 'Tnictio'n .Ct paying sliariVvlti 'i't-.j at; 'r 1' .cash. ..Street. Ttall- was' an opwrat-. lijiT dcquireii- from1 .-'t'lio-   

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