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New York World (Newspaper) - April 18, 1902, New York, New York by tlie Irenx Pnbllabins Aciv York NEW APRIL Ill OFFICERS PRICE Grcnter York anil Jersey outHiilc Grentcr lork and SCENES AT THE POLO GROUNDS YESTERDAY AFTERNOON TEAM OPENED THE SEASON BY DEFEATING THE City and on THE HOME QUAKERS BY A SCORE OF 7 TO Davis Testifies that Glenn Ordered the Water Cure Afminis tered to a Filipino Presi ancl Calmi i i WANTON BURNING OF A WHOLE TOWN Corpl a Returned Soldiery Describes the Unprovoked Massa cre of Nearly All the People of a Village at the Command of an No the April Presidsntes mouth was held open and water was allowed to run into it from a small The Presidente was held under the tank for from Jive to ten When he was so full of water that his body was swollen he was rolled on his stomach viokntly The water gushed from Ks Be Bis eyes beeami bloodshot and he struggled like crazy It took several soldiers to hold jyjjyvABD of Coni xpany TwentySixth Volunteer in In describing the water cure to the Senate Philippines Commltee to was at the of same reglmient who told of this Instance of water cure before Committee earlierIn the aUbstantlaUy the Beret Davis lives at Green He Is a soldierlyappearing young wfco told his sipry clearly He was examined by Senator Rawlins arid made all Jiis etcvtements under Glean Witnessed the went to Igharas with his cbm Soon after the Massachusetts arrived Glenn cams with a detaidhimani of regular CHenm ordered Davis to take a of men and bring In the Presl The headquarters were at con Tents Davis located the ar rested him and carried him to the con OVEfi IWSWABD8M Arab Kisses the Feet of Hospit Superintendent When Told of Governors Conger and the contract were pres ent when the Presldente was subjected to the water who was responsible for the was then on staff as Judge JAdvooate of the The who was given the was about fortyyears Aifter reaching the convent he was requested to tell whether men had been sent out to notify the Insurgents that the town had been captured by the He refused to Glenn at once detailed two prl belonging to the Eighteenth In fantry to strip the Prestaente ana ad mlnlster water The cloth yru removed above the waist and i mans hands were tied behind Ordered by the done aaldBergV It and stood over A stream M directed into his was held the command for this to The April alias George Be ilia who was the mans kept imony of Sergt detaljs of adinliilstratfin on convicted on o murder In the second degree and tenced to State prison for life for th alleged killing of Caroline Brown known as Old In a room of the Hast River Water an Catharine New on th of April who was par yesterday by Is sti confined In the State Hospital for Crlm Inal Insane at News that he had been pardoned was received at the hospital last Th Arab had Tjeen locked in his cell for tin and It was decided not to dts tutfb The official notice of his par don reached the asylum by reglsterei letter this It Is in the form of a commutation of which will give him his liberty Saturday When Informed of his good fortune the Arab fell to his knees and kissed the feet of at the same time crying out My God My God When he arose Ills were filled with tears broken with his volc choked with he repeated thi of Utold of his Lamb notified Ovlde Roblllard the Governors will be held at Dan nemora until the arrival of Hobll lard or his when the pardoned prisoner will given Into his custody andtalten to New whence ihe will be sent to his native INPBX TO WILL BE LOWS RetoMLenses a House Wear tlie Mayors at Milton Daniel tlie tlriplate capital leased through Herfoert Sher man yesterday the Richard Waln wrlKht country seat at Milton It adjoins the William Starbucjc which has been taken by Mayor The Held been has Just received his new steam It will take him from Rye to every summer morn Ing he leaves home for his day of toll in the Steel Trusts offices at 71 r Years Special to The Worl40 trustees pf the Qbngregnilonal of fXRceded to the demands of Is But Then They WereOnly GirlsfiiiH arid They Were Terribly Philadelphias Shut Out by and His Strenuous Who Make Five in One Inning and Add Two Alore Soon of Grand Stand and Bleacheries and the Band Speolll to The Ajxrll two from Chicago and two from Philadel studentsat the Montlcello Semi nary at secured cadet uniforms and out masquerading gillie they were out cmthe road theywere attacked by a gang of who discovered that they were The girls had a race for their lives to the The Chicago girls have been expelled as a result of and the Philadelphia nuadds are prisoners some time ago these Chi cago girls and tho friends met some boys from one of the neighbor ng military The Chicago glrle bethought themselves of idea of masquerading as Their Doy friends uniforms would fit beauti They were willing to lend them to the and Wednesday afternoon the four young women decided that the time for their un had The coast was So tho four sneaked out In their Down the road they a grout of The girls ftl but they kept The men were hoboes and one the girls have you got a chew Another said have you got a igarette The tramps surrounded the who mere terribly One of them n her fear lost her cap ana her long lair came The crying fran Ically for after some cratchlng and broke through the The4 began the Just in the very nick of time they got nslde seminary Then there mas And the other girls Wasnt it awful TWO STRICKEN AT rldevrooni Fink and Best Man Barley Stopping irOhrlsty Methewson and his stenuous fellows celebrated the opening of the baseball season yesterday triumphing over the Philadelphia strong men by the overwhelming score of jto And New Yorkers saw their glorious cheered and rooted and until the clouds aboVe Burke ville rocked for It was one of the greatest assem blages of cheerful fanatics the Polo Grounds has ever They tes tified that baseball has come into Its own again New and that If the team keeps on as It has begun the stands will be filled to their utmost all When the opened at 2 oclock the waiting thousands dashed Into the bleechers in an four aivd the thunderings of their tieels on the dry and ancient planking rolled and echoed and reverberated JIko sounding More decorously the multitude flowed Into the grand but though there was less haste the Inclosure was soon flelled so thoroughly that the flnestcon tortlonlst would have toad trouble to find a spot on which to perch Even the patriotic and lofty but thrifty souls on Coogans Precipice enwe early on the picking choice places and swapping tencent the of the Day The Seventh Regiment with martial clothes and mlgMy cheats and inany cavernous Instruments ot brass and wood Inundated With field of And when ata there ppetared at the further end of that field a thick white line the crowd yelled Its welcom ing hoorays as with one giant and Inflatedtheir chests and marched toward the plate ta as perfect alignment the exigencies of the occasion would Behind them came the Philadelphia the dignity of the great Yen ad vanced to with a broom which he poised aloft like a Solcmly and with three great strokes he removed from the square of rubber cer tain Imaglcvary flecks of John tossed a bright new ball to Hank and Hank tossed It to Mathewson in the pitching Play ball commanded the The multitude hugged Itself and grinned with huge Nor did the local rooters happiness decrease when the only Christy Mathew son at once began to unload a dazzling collection of shoots and Matty As the bleacheritea Matty had He winged the ball over with midsummer speed and soon pitched the Quaker youths Into a state of dizzi ness from which they never One after another of the young twlrl eis victims jarred the air or sent the hall where a white suit was waiting to keep the flies off the grass or to scoop the sphere from the turf and flash it iuto Jack Doyles commodious It was But the real fun came In the New Yorks fourth Gin ril who was very much In evidence on the coaching lines through made the prediction Heres whore we get Circumstances that de veloped about two minutes later proved that tne Glnrll was The New Yorks began to slain the visitors around the field for BOERS AGREE TO ACCEPT BRITISH TERMS OF PEACE DistrictAttorney Caps the Climax of His Savage Criticism of McAuliffe Witnesses byStat ing that Frank Fay Cham berlain Saw Incident at Instead of the McAuliffe Removal Scene at About 9 SUNDAY SCHOOL RECORDS SETTLE The as Assistant Was at the Church of the Messiah Be tween and 10 on Sunday Shows Quinn Incident Occurred at Jeromes Latest To gether With the Facts in the London Daily Mail Claims to Have Authority for Saying the Generals at Pretoria Have Practically Come to ah Understanding in Regard to Bases of Pitcher floating Harry up to Felixs curves the piate like water Special to Ttio April Ink and Mary Melntyre were being larrled Iji the Sacred Heart Church In his city when both the bride roon and Janies the best seriously Hi heir ere 1th necessitating emovai to1 their The priestwas the altar and the ride and bridegroom wereadvancing oward it man was As he fe I his friend Barley oaned young are In a precarious ready to do or bo And the band ooropaihed an Inspiring march that Ibroke toto the StarSparogiled Banner ea the teams their parade a swift dash across the Manager Horace Fogellookedupon the foemen and his glance was stern and tear stood in his he mused I have the team on the Now let them dp the they the rest Is his tory the practice fnil of swift JiurUng and daring leaps and A photographer vj th a giant camera snapshotted Christy Mathewson warmed his Pitch ing Matty shrieked a chllijlsh voice from look out fiefi to nail yer TSa encouraging thud of the Bali ppuid be heard from ofthe fleldi ii Jn the roelons were thumped back again with great A clear case of rattles took possession of tlie successors to Donahue and Cross The home players tore in and risked TJicu n Hurricane of When Felix and Ills support steadied down and the smoke cleared away five large tallies appeared on the New Then fans broke Into a hurricane of such as only a baseball crowd can A gratifying feature of the game was Hie tho New at the They tallied thirteen hits oft lellx and who succeeded the young Eastern Yeager led in the slugging with a mid throe In the field plays were made by Smith and Jn the eighth Innlnjr Horseshoe Jack made the piny of the He hauled down Brownes short twlstliig fly buck of sec ond and nailed fleetfooted Jack Bar ry before he sould return to first For the Phillies Barry got half of their tour work at short stop was gilt Neither Hide scored up to the New Yorks fourth Then Doyle got to first nn an erroi by Jackson followfil with stinger OVUM nd vanotnK Smith slid a grounder to tnlrd Hallman and FPlIx be came tangled on the plav and all hinds were safe and the bases Ilqw Ncn Yorks llewnu The Captain the Qlnrll crossed the plale on vlojous dilve 10 Smith goIng third and Yaeger lo second on the throw a high fly Krpwne and April IS Dally Mall claims to have au thority announce that bases of peace have been practically agreed upon at but says some little time will elapse before the details of the plan can he The paper adds that upon finding that the British Government refused on Wednesday to modify its terms with regard to banishment and a responsible government the Boer dele gates met again on Tho British practically leaving them the alternative of accepting the terms or breaking up the con was then communicated to and tbe delegates proved much more When Lord the British High Commissioner in South promised the delegates one or two seats 6n the Executive subject to the ap proval of the Government and pending the restoration of a responsible govern they practically agreed to accept the British Some continues the Dally whldh are not likely to create still remain to bo Lord Mllner has summoned from Jo hannesburg an who Is to assist In estimating the cost of re building and restocking the Boer Tho concludes the have so far acted quite independently of their representatives In Chamberlain repeated in the House of Commons yesterday the now familiar formula that the Government was unable at present to make a state regarding the peace conference at EDESON THRASHES HIS WIFES What Chance Ordinary Man Auralnit Matinee Hero Robert wife of the actor now ploying the star part In Soldiers at Fortune at the Savoy al ways wants jn the lobby for her husband after the She followed her usual custom last nlffht was great ly annoyed by a man In evening Who persisted In trying to enter a conversation wjth As Edeson came from the theatre his wife hastened ito join took his and the two started to leave the The man who had annoyed Edeson followed them to the side making Insulting and finally sneerlngly What chance has an ordinary citizen with one of these motive heroes any Edeson turnedi and landed on the point of the mashers knocking him The actor was not but when the man got up he hit him sev eral Finally the masher broke ran across the street disappeared in the excavation tor a new Then tho Edeaons went home hrow Matty raited Teas Dunn at Igh fly for Krpwne and Smith iger golilg tp Dunns nont to right Brought Punn if M President to Give Dl Special The has been at the Nai Academy that Presidents Roosevelt wU come to Annapolis on May 2 and de liver the diplomas to the graduates ot the Naval This ivlJl be his first visit to Annapolis as Tho boautltul Floral tekej Ii REPUBLICANS DICKER FOR SOUTHERN Willing to Throttle Election In quiry lit Return for Help to Prevent Tariff April Demo cratic members of the House held a caucus tonight for the If pos of reaching an agreement to act as a unit upon the Cuban reciprocity Ninetyfour were of threw a bombshell Into tho caucus by announc ing that overtures had come to him from the Republican side to abandon tho Crumpacker resolution to Investi gate the Southern election laws If the delegations from the States concerned North South Ala Louisiana and Vlr would aid the majority to close debate and prevent opening of the Cu ban bill to general Underwood declined to give the name of the Republican from whom these pro posals The Democratic vlte on Wednesday to close debate came princi pally from the States Tramp Dynamites Six April ho was refused something to eat today at the home of Joseph In the absence of the threw a stick of dynamite on a stove which was surrounded by Allens six A twelveyearold boy in an effort to save the others seized the His hanfl was blown oft and the other chil dren badly burned about the Tho tramp It is a fact that there was a cab in front of the station on the day in A man named Quinn had been driving a fare about the being unable to took the man to the of DistrictAttorney of the Forty seventh Street who on desk duty at the Hhe murdered la alleged to have ibeen carried out of the West Forty seventh Street Station to the on Sunday hastestified that to the best of hte knowledge no person was out of the station to a cab between hours of 8 and 10 Brennian called at tention to en entry whloh showed that at a cabman named Quinn ihad driven to the station with a drunken fare wiho had refused to pay What time did this happen asked DistrictAttorney At replied the referring to the That eonlrt not have been ninn I naw bronvht Interposed Framlc because I In SmiaayMCliooI Frank Fay despite his is assistant librarian of the Sun dayschool ot the Church of the Mes at Thirtyfourth street and Parte The under whom his duties there arc Elizabeth of 130 East Thirtyfirst Ver morcken said yesterday to a reporter for The I am positive that Frank Cham ray ITU at toe on The school session lasts from 10 until 11 oclock and who Is a hard worker and very much interested In his Invariably arrives shortly after sometimes order to he must leave bis In West Fortyseventh shortly otter 9 Therefore It womldi have been Impossible tor him have seen the cab driven Burnett Superintendent of the Sundayschool of the Church of the seen at his 329 West Eightythird yesterday said To the best of my Prank Chamberlain woa present atitendlUjS to hla duties on Uie morning of To Admit nocliaiubenH Statue AprU Payne today Introduced bill Admitting free of duty the Is to bo erected very seldom mtssee any of the serviots and Is remiairkaUly conBClenitlous in his the SundpyrBchopl rec ords will show positively Jf he were present or Nosh then referred he reporter to Sexton who promptJir produced a moroccobound volume n which are entered the presence or ab sence of all teachers and officers of the church This record that botfk Vermorclfcn an4 Frank Chi lain were present at tUe on Frank Chamberlain said arrives hero about day half an ItQur opening of usiially if to by a private doors ars not 4hat nevr jjiw t4 in that li f r
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