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New York World (Newspaper) - August 24, 1901, New York, New York Two Gypsy Girls Terrorize Newport SEE HOW THEY DID MORROWS SUNDAV WORLD SM6WBRE Circulation Books Open to AIL VM lij the PreHk New Vork NEW AUGUST Books Open to How a Great Fortune Grows INTERESTING FORECAST OF THE AMERICAN BY i HENRY TOMORROWS SUNDAV WORUD GrintFr York nnrt city nnil on oVB ORNT In Grenfer Xetr York an1 Men Interested in Peace Try in Vain to Secure from Shaffer His Terms of Set tlement for Steel WINERS PRESIDENT LEARNS Talks with Amalgamated but Therell Be No Sym pathetic Counted on Stock Market to Win for Spoclnl to The prop ositions have made for a settle ment of tho strike and none will be madle a result of the meeting of labor leaders hero President Shaffer of the Amalgamated Associa tion late this Thcre was only one prominent labor leader Thai John Froaldient of tho United Mine Workers who stopped off while passing through He called at mj oflicc and there to he present three ollhcr all interested in the I called In my officers nnd talked over the No action on thn strike was There will bo no sympathetic strike of the None has been suggested and none will he The lovbout the miners refusing to load coal for nonunion mills Is Mitch ells organtation Is with us morally and The other wHih whom wo talked are Interested In the setComont of the but they did not bring any proposition from the Steel Trust and we did not authorize them to bear any proposition from The strike will go We arc satisfied wlith tho present ConfcreHcWithout The three strangers mentioned by President were professor of political economy at Cor nel1 University and steutlstlaan of of secretary of ifhe Civic and Henry of New general secretary of the United Garment Work Jenks left In the evening for Chi llltchoi also went to Chi cago to attend a meeting of the Execu tive Board nt the Miners Union tomor he Ealoy and White remained Easloy has been working on a settlement for some but has not made any Easlcy said the outsiders In tho conference arc members of the Civic The after trying to reanh President Sehwnb and Induce him L to reopen negotiations wIMi the Amal gramated had asked Proel Shaffer for a definite basis on whloh the strikers would agree to ar t Shaffers after the conference Indicates that they did not get If they get It later Eas ley will carry It to Xew where Federation and other Influence will be brought to bear on President Strength of Hit Some light Is thrown on the steel strike by the Journal of the twentysixth an nual session of the National Lodge of Amalgamated Association held in May 21 to June of thla It shows thnt the organization was pumerlcally weaker for the year ending than It was the year jjt had twentyone Jodpa less bowed a total loss in membership of en the present strike began the Association had 130 active subordinate with a total of a balance In the natonal treesury t fVery Interesting la the report of resident showing how eesy ho ought It would be to defeat the trust a Speaking of the trouble Wood plant In MoKeesport In preliminary eklrmlsh with Steel which the Asoelatlon wild We won through their The fnited States Steel Company Is today at a collection of oodles without pr anlzed Tho difference between heir actual possessions nnd chartered apltal Is based on no value In plants r securities of any It must re tBlve value through purchase of watered by outsde Individuals f FooMsh as these buyers we know LIFEORDEATH TESTS OF YELLOW FEVER TO GO Trial of 1rovpiiilvo Scrum Now Cnmliliiril wlfh InOeioil nonImmune has been inoculated with the serum which the Brazilian to be a preventive against yellow nnd been bitten by two In fected The period of inocu lation Is from four to five chief discuss ing the Caldas and other says that the YellowFever Commission and himself have carefully considered the question of applying infected mos quitoes to nonlmmtines nnd have reached the conclusion that In view of all the fact that per sons voluntarily undergo the experi ments and the Importance of the matter from a scientific point of the experiments are Two persons who were bitten by the infected mosquitoes came down with the fever and died early this Continued on Second TO pr4Pn Proucrlv lo lu Hnd Aiftrtmviitu 10 f ff s 1 For a ft I 4 I I III 4 iuadVadltVwiirrli 7 T i K ILat ft llenl lor I I 1 SllUfllunl 7 7 6 fliimiiiir 4 HOUMI to 7 CLOWN ELEPHANT BOARDS A CHICAGO STREET liners Hnlllj Give Up Tlielv Soutn niKl Clnnilirr Special to small ele phants belonging to a trainedanimal ex which is showing In Indiana avenue were today taken from their tent for a morning when the clownlih member of the with cars napping and proboscis working like nmbled from of street to the car where he stopper and Get Im off Get im off shouted the motorman to the colored Repeated ringing of the gong failed to serve ns a warning to tho and the motorman stopped the In the mean time a performer of no mean poked his trunk Into j the car before the front cllmbt Ing wedged his pudgy sides between thft toat and the front Excitement following this move was Increased when men and women clambered from the Vigorous prodding by the attendant soon rid the car of Its pachydermatous CHICAGO7 BUYERS FIGHT AT THE GILSEY Unit the Key ton 1llt Were Wof Snre if TKelr Three said to he cloak buyers for large Chicago mercantile Indulged In a free flgtit In Gllsey House yesterday House tective Mayo finally carried two of the struggling Westerners out of tho and placed them in ft Tho men entered the cafe In the afternoon and became flo boisterous they were nsked to Two of them went to the third floor of the where they tried to open a room with key one of them A dispute one man asserting that the tey was for a room at the Victoria and lihat they were in The wrong The men came to blows and were all over the hallway when the detective put them Harvard Students Taught Them More Than Musty School SEVERAL ENGAGEMENTS MAY BE Girls Did Not Find Americans Cold as They Had Been CROKER NOT TO SAIL Sons nlchnril nnil How Xrenve on by the Press publlglilng I Spsclil Cabll lo The Croker will as sail tomorrow on tho will carry away ha Richard am Croker will sail within a short the exact date of hia departure not being even to his close po litical who have visited The Tammany chieftain Irmly fuses to discuss the police exposures or any matters relating to New who was at Hurst Park Is reported to have saidto a Crlend I am enjoying perfect health during my recreation in and I shall not return to the United States so long as I can help But I suppose I must return within a Democratic Clnli Cro Tker Will Sail Xcxt No word of the date of return of nirhnrd Croker had been received by his friends nt the Democratic Club last but thp opinion was generally ex pressed tint he would st 11 from South ampton next Most of the Tammany leaden are at Saratoga at tending the but several of including John return to New York Monday to prepare for the coming of According to the moot Intimate friends of no fjr Mayor has been seriously considered by The most generally mentioned nrt those Banker Edward Sim Consressman George McClel Corporation Counsel John Whalen and Comptroller BRIBE 0 FEET AGE 4 feet Age Only but He SOO Special to The Eliza Thompson and George both residents of this were married at the Tabernacle Church ast The bride Is years old and U feet 2 Inches In She weighs 124 The man Is 4 feet 7 Inches tall and 200 He Is twentysix ears POLAND POLAND POLAND POLAND t Hit Fiftyfour vlvclous Cuban arrived In New York yeterday morning Boston on their way homo to They wore accompanied by twentyfour young Cuban All are the United Slates ot tho Invitation of Harvard where they have been students at thp Straimor Hehnol since July They nr rlvod In this city on tho Providence line steamer and much In terest was displayed at the pier when they the young women stepped up the gangplank were by Tholr hewn evoked The baggagemaste and his assistants Jumper around wit accustomed alacrity to a tend to their Somo of the party want to the Hotr nt Sixtythird street and Co Inmbiis others to the Hoto In West Fourteenth number to the Munson stcamshl which will sail today fn Another section of tho part went to nuffalo to see the FanAmerica Edward de los Rlos was In charg of tho He had arranged fo oabs to meet the and each loai of girls was driven away thn crowd At the Hotel Empire the lies rooms had been reserved for the teach but they were too pager to see New York to stay long within So were those who went directly to the steame that la to bear them to Som nought Bronx Park and the Zoologies others Contra Park nnd man went to Manhattan where they enjoyed the Seven of the women teachers will r main In this country nnd enter the Xrv York State Normal School at New Pnllz They will be Joined before October b fortythree and all will take forty weeks course In de los Rlos At the Harvard Summer School the teachers were divided Into three classes Intermediary primary tor tho study of the English language and all made brilliant progress In mas tering the We are greatly pleased with the In struction we received nnd with the cor diality of our reception wherever we It was not all although wo devoted a groat deal of time to our The young women were delighted with their trip We had always heard that ans were Inhospltable nnd very aalrl one of them to a World re but we did not find thorn On the they seemed to warn to do everything to make us enjoy on I havn two brothers In and they and friends made our stay In a of thlnk we learned a great deal of English In this than from our We have had good a time In ths States that we are almost sorry to go Every one of in hopes ti come If only for a short There are that a large num ber of engagements resulted the visit of the prMty Cubans to Cam Several students and professors are said to have lost their ihearts to the girls from the No among them taken but It Is said that several are set Tor the Meantime engagement rings are kopt carefully out of BEVY OF CUBAN BEAUTIES HOMEWARD BOUND AFTER COURSE AT HARVARD SUMMER REVEALED MARRIAGE TO Mother TplU Public of n Secret In rniiry Special to The NEW A peculiar marriage contract was revealed today by the first puibllc announcement of tho wedding In New York In February last of George and Mlsn Beatrice TSie molhcr of the Inserted the notice In n local and said she did so to pre vent Ootls flirting with girls know nothing of his Oat I a says ihe linn been living at his home on Canal street for the most but that he has spent his Saturday nlghts wllh Jila wife at her with the full knowledge of her He says the marrlage was to be kept secret and the parents of the bride were to support her for a couple of by which time he hoped to earn salary sufficient to provide a ut O Till I At our three great Will tually throw away suits In each Blue suits for men casalraere and worsted suits for value A big assort ncnt of fine worsted and Frenoh nere mens sold all season at is to clear out at once at mens ill wool Kings 3 Large New York Broadway and Fork Place 179 near Cortlandt All stores open antli V Newark Store Market Princess Hatzfeldt Said to Have Been Paid this Amount in Settlement of Her Claims to Magnates THIRD FROM REST FROM Princesss Only Witness of Her Placed in Dilemma of Taking from One Married to to Give to iConcrpclon aBnillln srlllnclolpliln 6Aurora ISvnnjjellnn RnrlrlQiteK Rinehart Held Responsible by Coroners Jury for Death of Miss Rnrflnl to Tho the young man who rocked ho has been held to n terrible ac countability by the Coroners which brought In a verdict charging him with Hhlnchnrt was one of a party who while boating on Ijake Hoyor Sundro were thrown Into the water In heir craft Miss Mary Flnl a pretty young schoolteacher o was nnd her com John R of and Frank Rlne of narrowly mped tho same Those who saw the boat upset testified hat Hlneliart was Despite he protestations of his terrified com he Insisted on rocking tho boat hey After hearing the testimony of fifteen witnesses this view was taken by the ury of After deliberating less nan twenty minutes the Jury declnrrd hat Mary Flnlfrook cameto her death the capsizing of a boat on loyer due to criminal carelessness by rank nnd we charge that Yank Rlnehart wilfully and feloniously Id kill and murder Mary ninehiirt was arrested today and held vithout Under Their Feet Are Hordes of Rats and They Dont Know Terrified and when Drawing a Kporlnl to The office ofnclnls aro worried by hordes of hungry sparks Jumping Hits which have Infooted thp building In whleh IIP altcmptcO lo draw search of food Ipft by employees of the proprietor of tho Mnohl Kvory effort Is being made to moodtii fell on HIP His Automobiles Must Not Exceed Legal Limit When They Special to ThB Vnnder MPOSED THEN PAID HnsUtrnte Shown Mercy to 1nfor tnnnte nt IIU Own IFemry Wermltx was arraigned before InKlstrate Furlong In Avenue charged vlth Wermltz In hard nnd the Magistrate paid his line f tl and Wermitz was sent to Magla rate Furlongs home on Hunnyslde uve to work as When Magistrate Furlong returned iome last night ut 9 oclock Wcrmltz as still The hoe was taken rom his hands and he was told to go o He left off still Mark of 126 Washlng on was brought be oro the Magistrate aevorul days ago ml fined a He Hdnt have the but begged not to be sent to laglatrate Furlong pnld the and eleased Jjaat night he received letter from him and iicloslng a CHILD BLINDS tho Which Striken hrovri Hilt Girl In Pretty Tillle of 134 Ighteenth street was struck i the right eye by a nail thrown by a aymale and will lose that eye and robably Charles who lives next was In the rear playing with he Herman when he found a big uvty She asked to see It and the d threw It toward The little girl led to catch but the nail struck her the right Crying with she as taken to the Island College where the surgeons Bald the is would have to be Wa liave beirO from grett but voulij ke to hojr from prove wtm CfcTltrl Tej Smut V keep Ihp humlrpds of feminine clerks from learning tho Tho rats nrp from the old Tlbor mpr which Census HurPau In They arc continually growing Today tlio otllclals Imported now consignment of Strenuous war fare IM about ID bo waged against Iho Tho plan proposed Is to sfliu tho rats in thn collar by putting wlro netting ovpr Ihe of thp Uvely times aro expected the CPIISIIS building when the news spreads that beneath tho small feet of the hun dreds of women clerks a much larger number of aro running nimbly about over tho rafters nf file trailing for lie clerks m depart for tho Serial In Tho blue sparks Jumping n Hall anrt hls who have ar for an automobile race on Ocean avenue have receiver follow ing lector from the Police ConrnilUeo ings at oclock When the bell the rats and from thpn morning they have complete possession of tho Quantities of edibles aro loft In the waste baskets by the who bring their lumhoons from home and eat them ut their Crumbs of bread and pieces cheese nnd fragments of meat are often dropped m tho floor and not picked The ruts scent the feast and the floors girls go Acllnn Chief Clerk Fowle today said IIP feared a panic among the clerks should the rats break broad When the women out in INJUNCTION FOR froiM Truck In August lielmont obtained yeaterday In Hroaklyn a Injunction re the and Ireeport Tract Ion Comijuny from con utrucMIng a niCroad In Main street In tho village of The streot IB a highway and lielniom holds that It cannot bd Interfered by a company He ownn abutting The defend tint Is required to shaw cause 30 why the liijunotlon should not lie CAN TALK Minn Hetiirim lo Ho to The Mat tie lucky winner of claim 3 la the land nan re turned to Wichita and has resumed her old position as operator In the telephone Fortune dU not turn her heaa in the and Khe Is tho hello girl that was before the She Is probably the wealthiest telephone girl In aa her t is Is worth to Miss Beal will work In the telephone office until when she go to claim and remain on It for eight Modern with In ported appoliHnwnn on die trtloi floor shouting for police and using lan guage that would have Dimmed a Thercs1 nothing the matter with the beer pump or the the as ihe looked at tho profitrato proprietor and thought of gold With easy grace the bartender graypeil tho faucet and the pall and prepared ro draw the Wlhpn the beir struct the bottom of the bucket a look of sur spread over the mans and Hlirloklng at tho top of his voice he rnahnl from the Theres Jive hornetu In the he yelled he Jumped out Mio Alsor was lying on fho door and Ti ho National Automobile Asso nf Newport are of the opinion that Ihe resolution of the City Council j of Newport In rolallon to the use of pertain streets by your nssoclatlon for the purpose of haldlng does not contemplate nor authorize tho speeding of machines In such races beyond the limit allowed by We do there anticipate that It Is your Intention to become by exceeding such as It Is com monly reported and believed that of thn taking part In the races will greatly tho every time grasped the metal water ieBnl wp feel It but Just that tho fixtures to pull up something bnnvil should notify yon that any sent a thrill throngn his whole system I templalnil violation of the law govern ancl he waved his arms as though light Ing For some days Algor iiarl no llcecl tlmt summer boarders after drink Ing a few glasses of beer at his bar could pronounce tho name of the village nnd hotel like natives and greatly at Old Nick himself Is In tint clnrcd Alger when he got to his see whats the matter with the ordered the Captain of his general Mike got tho same ns the bartender and broke all the glasses on the bar as he leaped over Sallsltcd that something was Alger ordered carpentera to tear out the Icebox and Bvery time a or hatchet struck a pipe them was a blue flash of Debat ing as to whether to Bend for the Fire Department or a temperance Alger stood at his door ami nf tho Klectrlc Lighting Com passed Hiheard thu shouts inside Inves found that tho Inmilatlon hail worn off the supply that elec tricity had leaked Into the beer pumps and that when the beer struck a metal iall a circuit was Putting n now wires he stopped tho electrolysis f the stomach which Moosup residents had suffered from nftor drinking thn charged Ing speed of such vehicles meets EASY FOR llMllinr Handed WurUt to u a luokltiK man who comes from called at the West Thirtieth Street Station yesterday called again In the afternoon and says he will call every day until he recovers his diamond ring and an emerald valued at which he says he lost In a flimflam game In a Tenderlqln concert Gllsslbur says he gave the rinus to a man as security for ft 50 The man took the didnt give him the 414 Stereotypers of New has voted to levy an assessment of five cents upon member Imme to aid the striking members of il the Amalgamated AMoclatloa of Steel Iron wllh our disapproval nnd thnt wo nhall nkn nil reasonable steps to onforco tho Thp Joffnl maximum ppeed In town Is ten mihM an Chairman Morion ntnted thnt at tho last meotlnK of tho commission Secre tary Hoy of was notlUtMl hat tho commission would not wild any policemen to nsslst In Ihe would send officers under the of Jollce to protect tho citizens of Nuwivirt Just as IH dann nt any Mm3 when there fn an assemblage of people In tlio Ttinights notion of the Police Com mission Indicia In tho preliminary fitngo of the controversy that the racoa may not but ho IncliulhiK nra not with out INDIANS ROB BODIES FROM THE tnroiiRrM Vcitllct ON Iliera ttt thv WicvUcd Kliiinllki to The htoarnor Hitting arrived today having on board the sur vivors iff the ulsaster and tiiose bfidies whlih were The newa was also tliat fiullans were rolvblng the dead as the drllud and were carry Inic away the The Coroners Jury at returned u verdict the deaths of the victims of the disaster were and nt ttiehed no blame to the Islanders offl The Inlander was shattered In collision with an Iceberg on It was re ported ut the tlmo that hail 1ie beuched his ship Inslcad of delaying to ascertain the nature of the accident many lives could been As It alxtynve lives were reported to tiavo been Inili SIIIUK bricklayers employed in the construc tion of new buildings at the NavyYarl struck today for a the union They have been receiving it per Acting Secretary of the Navy Haclieu refused to grant he Spoclnl to The con test of tho will of Huntlngton by tho Princess Hatzfeldt will never came to A settlement has been affected out of court and the Prince and Princess ara now on the ocean enroute to their coun try near where they will await the payment of the largo sum to he given for tihe abandonment of The amount Princess Hatzfeldt Is receive for relinquishing all claims to a daughters full share of the railway mans estate if stated to be Of this amount is to be pnld br widow of the Southern Pacific Hunt It Is said IP to pay the balace of These tncts were all confided to In tlmate friends by the Princess gradually knowledgo of the compromise that has prevented a suit which would have heen the tnlk has reached other ncvriils nonihittle Further facts told In confidence by the Princess or her advisers have brought to light a romatle tale of the strangs dilemma In which the mother of the UMed was placed through the threatened The mother lives in his another daughter besides the one who was adopted by This dfifghter became tho wife of Hun the nephew of the dead million In onler to establish her claims Prin Hntfeldt must necessarily prove that shewas the legally adopted of Collls In all the records at Saudnento none rould bo found by the Prince and Prin cess establishing her Thll fact brought consternation to the Mother Only There was but one person by adoption could bo Her affidavit was neces sary for production In New York ccurts In order to substantiate the Attorneys for the Hatzfeldts ex plained matters to and obtained her agreement to sign the Hunitlngton had been watching developments He was opposed to Princess HatzfeUlts reoelv any more money than had been left under the thoush Ft Huntington was anxious from the start to The nephew went to Prentice And urge her to sign the IroutlceK Then came the difficult position of the Shu was called upon to take from one daughter to give to Then earnei an unexpected The great compromise was effected hrnugh thP efforts of Hunt At the first effort on the part of adopted daughter to a larger ihare of tho estate tho widow consulted Hunllnjrton and tried tJ prevail upon him hi Join her In a o positively She offen1 to pay more than her but still he was complaint In content suit 6 The willow again struRgrlsa for a lint without The sum demanded b the adopted daughter was finally the wMbw nuulu an offer to pay If Huntlngton would pay the other and leaving the matter In the hand of her she sailed for Mow has agreed ta pay the asked of of a John Watson of C5 Fifth tell a tug at hU packet yesterday at Fourteenth street and Fifth ami vhnscd Heman Tciu hs had stolen a livecent In the Jefferson Man ket Police Court Touniark was held in ball for FuUx fur Benjamin of 62 Bast Qnt Hundred andKlghth a ycaterday riled a petition In bankruptcy ivlth liabilities and i9 It nu la uo good o be Included inupf ots o rcnnijlvauli
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