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   New York World (Newspaper) - January 3, 1902, New York, New York                                Weather Forecast CLEAHING AND Ttvciin ON TKe Telephone A Mystic Tale That Forestalls Sciences In the Magazine Section of Next Sundays See Auction page 8 Circulation Books Open to leather Forecast CLEARING AND columns of advertising printed in THE WORLD hit Gain columns over Total advtr Gain in See gift offer on last it Circulation Books Open to See Auction page 8 liy the Publishing Xew Yorlc NEW JANUARY PTJlPfi1 CEXT In Greater New York and Jersey i CENTS outgide of Greater Sicw York and Jemey City and on EverettMoore Traction and Telephone Combine Places All of Its Properties in Hands of a Hanna Helped to Produce RUN ON CLEVELAND k BANK Creditors Grant Eighteen Months and Committee Asserts t Enterprises Are All Healthy arj Syndicate Will Be Placed on N to Sell Bonds in New York Precipitated CSpenlal to Tho glgantlj EvefettMooro with traction and Interests In several capitalized at about went Into the hands of a committee to ttiTougrh financial came after the close of the and as there had been no intimation of the Impending stocks of the various com in the syndicate were not As socm as the news became known there was a run on the Dime Savings and Banking in which mem bersof the syndicate are but demands of depositors were At thie close of banking still a crowd of deposl therun may con that opposition syndicate had to do He has with steady it Is announced looked with disfavor upon all of Bheli When the managers of the Moor6Bverett companies determined to consolidate all the traction lines la Nor tihern and covering about they the little Consoll daitedStreet Railway Company of land Senator Hanna Is principal ownei and presidentof that He would not exchange his stock for shares in the new Hannas company controls the western side of tho city and tho connecting link between tht EverettMoore as well as to the Loca capitalists had all of the EverettMoorp securltles they could and the Senators distrust finally brought abou public Confidence May be It Is believed that when it is known that Uie syndicate members are not now actively In the confl of the syndicate managers and by It an actual as was The entire lot i end telephone companies owned Is placed In the hand icorrnndttee of seven Cleveland In order that a settlement may syndicates oreddtora of the commute forwgpks Investigating Bhi JOf and the com Issued today a statement It Is asserted taken as various companies are on basis that the affairs of the syn In a healthy an committee will not only be abl bu several tfnousanaa dollar and cimpet plans MISS STONE AND TSILKA jCHILD REPORTED TO BE FREE Both Bound to Absolute Silence on the of Their or Revenge Is to Be Wreaked on the Missionary by the Pross Publishing Now York Special Despatch to The Jan 3 The Sofia correspondent of tho Tele graph wires According to an unconfirmed Miss Stone and Tsllka were set free in Turkey on Years A stipulation made by the brigands that the ladies should be bound to absolute silence on the subject of their captors was agreed to by the American nego Should this promise be broken vengeance will be wreaked on the Amer ican missionary by the Press Publishing New York Special Cable Despatch to Tho rumor that Miss Ellen Stone has set free was bulletined today Correspondent A Central News despatch from Vienna to London announces that a report by way of Sofia announced that Stone had been but that the report had not been A Washington despatch to The World says that the Staite Departments latest advices are that Miss Stone wag alive and well at the end of last hut still In Efforts continue to foe made to secure her She was taken captive monifchs ago just four WITH THE Great Excitement in the Hotel Savoy Over a Mysterious EHIMSSEL GAVE Edward Will Build a Great Sanitarium for Curing belated celebrants were still tooting tin horns about 3 oclock Wednes day morning the woman cashier of the Hotel Savoy made a discovery that caused her to scream In All the contents of the cash about In money and Her cries brought Manager hall boys and the hotel Guests who had decided to see the new well under way before retiring clustered about and gave One had seen a suspiciouslooking stranger with Mack about the cashiers desk at tho fitroke of rhad seen a handsomely gowned womanwitha blue opera cloak leave thehotel with a studied air of carrying somej his services he was knighted in He thins which misht have beenmoney i Is one of the shareholders In wrapped up In white papen A third had Uhe twopenny tube railway and other Important King Edward has decided to devote this gift to a sanitarium which will ac commodate one hundred Twelve of the beds are to be reserved for wealthy while tho remain der will be for those who are only aWle to afford a small KingEdward has appointed an ad visory committee of leading including Sir Wlllam Henry Sir RJchaird Sir Francis Henry Sir Felix Scmon and Three prizes of and re spectively have been offered the best essays on and plans for tho sanl and the Advisory Committee Will be eulded by the result of this com wdiidh is open to medical men of all William Henry Broadbent says It Is Intended to employ the openair treat mentfor the success of Is now Ha believes the sanitarium will be within easy dis tance of for It has been shown that the opcnalr treatment can be con ducted almost as successfully In Eng as In LITTLE FRANCES GEHL TELLS MOTHER SUPERIOR HOW SHE WAS BEATEN IN JOSEPHS This Is Said the Mother Superior in Charge j of I SHE WILL CONDUCT A SEARCHING Little Frances Gehls Story Corrobo rated by Her to Complain to by tho Press Publishing New York 3 Sir Ifcnest Oassel has placed at King Edwards disposal for charitable and Sir Ernest Cassel Is a wellknown He the son of a small Co logne and camp to England a young man almost without T tiuuiu jviu nui yvu Jiei He has been engaged In many big takQ you over clal transactions In all parts of tho I The child said hu thought she could and was chiefly responsible tor J he amalgamation which resulted In the firm of VIckers Maxim and has been oJ great value to tine Government in re arranging the finances of For Anthony of 218 Boerum declares that hischll j Gren were beaten in Josephs on Steinway and that one cf sevon years has been permanently injured because of the whippings Inflicted on her in the I The little girl was to the sister j at Dominicks Montrose and i Graham yester day Sine was closely examI Ined by tine Mother Superior and an other As they viewed the i bruised body of little one the sisters shied tears and trembled witih is awful said the Mother Somebody is to Mams for this and I propose to find how this dreadful thing I shall go to Josephs at once and begin an This Is beyond comprehension and contrary to all rules of our It is and I propose to find out who is re SlMtcr ftTiestloiiB The Mother Superior took the child on her lap pressing Its head close to her commenced to question the Ilttln Who beat child Dont be afraid of I wont hurt she as the began to The dhlld murmured an answer and the Mother Superior tenderly wiped awuiy the little ones tears and renewed her Would you know her 1J you saw her Secorta seen a very hardlooking stand ing near the entrance making a pretenso of begging a dime from everybody who A fourth suspected a a fifth a waiter and a sixth hinted dark ly at a guest who was a stranger to everybody In the The poor cashier was In hys ThCie had been a great outburst of fun and noise In the hotel just as 12 oclock She had left her desk for a couple of minutes to watch the racket and shake hands with Tho money must have been stolen at that that ivas Supreme Court Henry Du the owner of the was noufled of loss by Manager Rles and he de cided upon prompt and radical meas Every employee of the hotel who by any chance could have been near the cashiers desk during the might was brought before him and sternly Ques Each vowed some to their protestations toy making a solemn The proceedings were quite It was very late when the heart broken cashior retired for tho after a few hours of restless sleep she was up again at W Then while dressing she made an ex The missing money and checks were found concealed In her where she had hidden ibhem the night before and forgotten all about remembered now that the just before preparatory to leaving her desk for a few minutes to see the New Year said last night never for a minutesuspected the She been hejrealx anft I would trust her with any thins in FEAR SAM PSpN BEYOND MEDICAL Sjiiuilomn of Arterlul Degeneration Have Developed the Kuil Muy Coiuu e Admiral 13 gradually grow ing of arterial iie generatlonl ijiiQh incident o maladyhaye xt feared he btUttld value In wall of would at Admlraj Is less tractable Xand iiot gn ra4 treatment Admiral suffered QAR KILLS BROTHER OF CRYDER Jnjureil Last Both and He Iiailcd to Itally from peden of 43 Ndnth died last night al Vincents Hoapltail from Injuries received by being run over by a street car In front of 19 Eighth street on Friday Young was a son of Dwnoan Cryder and a brother of the Cryder trip Theyouns women recently made their In He was a stu dent In Sroton and had come to the city to spend the CVyder had stepped from an BJglith crosstown car and tho His left lee was bpnes beins and his right jeg OnWednesday both of young Cryders legs tion tie sank GAS f 1SC D I ALMS VOTE Although He Is a Candidate for Congress in the Seventh He Neither Lives Nor Votes Nor Pays His Taxes SENSATION IN THE CONGRESS Stormy Scene at Belmonts Astor House When He Excitedly Makes an Announce mentWhich Has ProfotmdlyStirred Up the Whole WED A Bluli MUa Abbje prlpee Pavtd thjs qgiilplJetl recognize the Whttt did ahu use to beat you asked the Mother A replied the Josephs Home Is a branch of Another branchis the Homo of the Sorrowful Mother at Harrison and Morgan avenues in Children are committed to tho homo by City Mastatratesand their board is paid by tho Gehl on March 25 last asked aMagis trate to commit his three children to an the bruised child Frederick and Anthony were committed to They remained there a few days and were tihen sent to tho Home of the Sorrowful There they were well treated In August last they were sent to the Josephs Gehls llrst news from tho Institution was that one of his children the died two months after his commitment to the The father says he was never able to obtain Information concerning tho dontli of the He does not even know where it was The Mother Superior said yesterday the boy had died of some childrens complaint and that the reason Ochl wns not notified was that sho did not know his When Gehl gave up his children was out cf vork and his wife had Since then he has obtained em ployment at has re established hip homo and he thought that a fitting beginning of tho new year would be to have his children about He notllied the Mother Supeuor of the home that he wanted his little ones and sent to Josephs to bring thu children Into thu main They arrived Tuesday morning In the custody of an elderly Inmate of Little Frances was crying most of the Tho Mother Superior at Dominicks noticed that the child was evidently In pain and asked her winy sho The little one replied that she wanted to go to her Gehl called for the children Tuesday afternoon and took them to his at 218 Boerum Little Anthony had several bruises about his and he declared that he had sustained them at the hands of one of the sisters of the The father did not credit the The he was wild and and he did not pay much at tention to what he All day Tuesday little Frances wept and seemed to be In She that there was nothing the matter with hut she could not sit and when she lay down on a sofa cried aloud in The Injuries The condition of the child was dis covered in the When her clothes were taken oft tho little one The condition of her back was then dis Along her spine and the upper part of her back there were green nnd yellowish marks which were slowly She said sister beaten She cried In her sleep and begged that she bo not This Is a dreadful said tho physician when he examined the t have never seen anything like this In all my That been whipped continually for weaka and months The brulsea were Indicted wlUh a strap or a paddle or flat board and are Retuinlns to the Gehl little An thony confirmed tho story told by his Bister and said that had been Little Frances Is an intelligent She has a pretty face and golden hall He r cheeks yesterday were SB she ihad a s Sehl will visit the office of the Charity Comml8sl6ner today to file his Meanwhile the Moth to Fear ing that Flames Would Reach Thejr Great oxcltment was caused among the families of Henry George Shrady and others living near the corner of Sixty sixth street olml Fifth early this when gras escaping loaklnR main became Ignited and set fittv to the pavement In front of Schieffelins 5 West Slxtj fiixtih From three of the million aires homes oamo telephone to 1ollee Headquarters notifying the police Declared Is a Case of Money to Btryl Its Into Congress from a Which He Is Not a There was attended massj many things part country of the Run to the corner Hotel at last John Davenport Addresses wore mndo by Abe Lln Julius Schwartz and CandidateMontague Tho trend of the addresses was that jcandldacy was case of tryingto buy its way Into Con The fact that Belmont is not a resident of the district was alluded to by every nnd at the same of Sixtyfifth i titnn it was pointed out that reel and pull the Sergeant i had not the money to buy his way and unn said to the first When the i was a resident of the tho firemen had ali There were hissts and other signs of vo others called ady disapproval from the They arc doing The flames j Umber ArrulunN re under the sidewalk paving in his said iiless something Is done there Is danj The whole proposition Is this If a er of the fire spreading to tho j worltingraan having Perry cottages In green fields covering at Onco bed room nnd focal polntof a financial centralized with great Industries within the ocean liner and the sailing ship gather their cargoes of human beings and freight and make Uncle Sam strong and power Yet the dominant party In this nation Is not with duo re may we not ask has not the of people of this as rep losented by their Clansressnian from this been utterly lost And 1 not ask would one alarmed The fire companies found that tho Lest ay to ilmndle Uhe affair Was to let the burn tin employee of the gas orropany could turn off the gas In the While they in front of ic the occupants looked on the many in fear that the ro could not he The were kept in the Iddle of the street until the gas was irned The gas was turned off by an em loyee of the Consolidated Gas Corn any at and the ire was ex GERMS COMMIT AlHo Kill Other Bacteria mill TliuK Puilfy to bac erlologlata of the Amenlcan Society of some kinds of germs have jch ain for water that suicide to escape At eting of the society this was as an established also nat milk has attributes destructive to of the University f described experiments proved to his satisfaction that mvard some forms of water as a Ho said also that he consequence of the suicide of the acterla Is tlio purification of tihe waste substances thrown off by the erms when Ip poisons hlchdestroy tho that produced Bculitli Wlieulur Took Arsenic liy Mlntulcc niul Miss Beulah a beautiful society vent room last to take a ol antlprrl hefore going to the Eiy mistake she took he dludln agony at Mks who was twentytw ears o was born In oute Itultroia to Chicago and will MtUiflBd Bpeofljr In record was nominated or wouldnt we see his early finish Are you going to put a crown of glory upon a man only that he may leave his own Congress district and go to Washington and I wasat guilty Wouldnt ho say I vindicated at the polls of Seventh and their cer tificate of election I am innocent are Perry Belmonts on you When last heard of In nuWlc life he was a knight errant In rather an erring as one of my constituents on a singing sweet songs of love when he ought not to singing at when ho ought to have been What has he done recently Has he oozed out any manifestations of love for the people has devoted him self1 to making by the useful cupation of fending out great chunks at eroat you ever of dolns anything for charity tout if you want a turkey for dinner nextSun go to Dan If you want any UhinK for your house go to Finn and ho buy arid Perry Bolmont will pay tho Public a Irlviitc spoke after to tihls cam the question whether a man may seek and obtain a nomination for Congress without resting his qualifications a wealth so before people upon his principles hla record as a Jt Is the birthright of every American lo look forward to serving his In an elective or appointive but no man should tolerated who Is not all guided by the principle public office Is a and not a private The germinating Idea be foigotten wealth or for which we all fiust bo subordinat public office must not he a private snap or a lever to gratify am a Republican Congressman elected from this district at this leaving aside the personal of each cnndd bo aiale to accomplish much for ueimoniBj tnia in this Congress when the First and foreirnost he Is national Government is entirely In the hands of the CuiMlliIiitcs Lynn Bruce spoke In part as follows There are Just two Issues In this cam the candidate presents for your consideration he fit ness of his public I never In all my1 expedience as a cam paign myself to say a word about the personal character of but thls Is an extraor dinary If the peopMei of this district want to send Perry BelTnont to C6ngres they havethe to doIV butJet me you that thla fighthasattractedat tention throughout the United and Uhe moral Status and IrttelHsenoe of tho Seventh Congress District is to he judged by the next On one side you have the man whose been sot before you onthe other American earned cent lie Do you want a roam of Uie highest and of ag gressive young who has raised by his efforts to the posi tion In the world he nowoccuples The one Issue Is Perry Belmont or Montagu The other Issue Is Interests of the Seventh Dlstr Dont let tt be The Seventh Congressional DlstrJot was profoundly stirred up last nightby the news that Perry a candidate for was not a voter In the Seventh not a resi dent of the Seventh paid no taxes in the was not even a voter In Greater New and had voted the past twentyeight years at where he pays his personal There could be no mistake about the 1 truth of the for it came direct from Perry Belmont with much rtmpthasis and many At 3 oclock yesterday afternoon I Belmont returned from a visit to tho he had assured thelong shoreman of his deep Interest in them He was sitting In room 72 In the Astor where he has his Battery Dan In room was discussing publicaffairs EJddle of Staten wfhp said ho but a little from Perry Belmont and eight or ten gentlemen with a rather hungry look In their who evidently did not Belmonts acqualntanca he1 was In Fifth lounged about the said aWorld repor there is a rumor that you not vote In New York State at the last elec but In Is that true 31 Belmont the question was finished Belmont jumped up from his chair and wltn his face pale with cried out Well Well Walt now It was a full minute before he could get control of The air hafl been full of ehe sound of but the talkers became suddenly Mr Bat tery Dan Finn and Eddie Muiler looked out of rocm 70 to see what Votes nt With an apparent effort Belnronl collected himself and said I have iilways voted at I have yoted there at election nliicc since the year before I have voted at the town I have made It point to never an and I have cant my vote at every ConBrcii nloiial and town election held In Babylon the date I Just men Why a report to the trary be circulated I cannot Tlmt all there U to the and hill every word with a feature of hand that what I want tan public to I hare always voted at Then Belmont grew exoJted again and cried out My voting place cannot be set too that Perry Belmont here from his Fifth heralded abroad oan come down avenue and get va certificate of moral credit He couldnt Ret it In any olher district In the United Walter who Mr said In part The methods of the opposing forces are significant of their mtUlves Many people have been the recipients o tur key from a man who unknowr to Pefpre leaving Belmont the above words until ne had ored Institutions ossurancea that In a spirit his exact ould be severely This Seventh District Is In distribution who npvo picture to Isnt ISitniorillnniy edition of Tho Now York Tiroes thoio ImerMte ever before advance clearly before the The reporter turned to laincl was walking down the hallwhen Belr mont came running after him 1 pins said ivY I am very glad you called thjs to my attention and the publics Jupt U W I wont to state that I have always voted at Why I won elected from lour times before the ment ivaa I have voted at every I had better nut tt tlve other have voted tit Babylon at every and town ulnae I voted there at the r I i I want to thank you f or t thin matter to my   

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