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   New York World (Newspaper) - May 31, 1902, New York, New York                                Forecast flow fo Save Central Exact Condition of the Great Playground of the Is Needed for Its Preserva A Special Statement by Landscape Architect Parsons in ToMorrows Sunday IT Circulation Books Open to liy the IictiH FnblUhlnK New YovU Circulation Books Open to All Weather Forecast York Centrals Widows and Orphans of the Great Tunnel Disaster Now Fighting for and How the Company Has Treated A of Their Cases in ToMorrows Sunday DEATH OF GIRL NEW MAY PUZZLES UPTON SAYS HE HAS MOT ORDERED A NEW Xor Hun Me Sent Challenge for RnucM In inotf to the Jfew York Yacht by tho Proas Publlciilng Xew York Special Catilc Deflpitcll Lo The May Thomas Llpton jsays that he has neither sent new challenge for the Americas Cup nor ordered a new PR If1 OXB OEVT In Greater New Yorlt and Jersey Oltr x outHldo ot Greater Now York and Jersey City nnft on r report that Sir Thomas LIpton Letters frorri nance a new shamrock to n for the Americas Ccp was re Some Woman Was Jealous I evening through an Associated Press cable despatch from of Miss and Face Is Held by WIFE LATER Her Face Encased Plaster and and the Sfohnsotjs at Her Suspect Presence of Some Drug in Her with Indications of Special to Tho May violent and death of Miss May Thomp son last night while undergoing treat to beautify her complexion prom to develop Into a sensation of the first M19S who was to marry of on lived In apartments at 662 est Monroe Last evening Miss na a medical who cupled She apartment next to Miss heard groans In Miss hompsons She entered the im and found Miss Thompson lying the Sraited She was wearing a per oiask of plaster oj parls and which hardened and which nveloped Tier face and Mill in her bedsidewere seated a the treatment ffof ana hie Johnson told medical the marfc on Miss Thomp fare was applied to beautify her and Miss Johnson went An hour later she aeatn heard and on opening the door dlscov i ered that ftllsj Thompson was in convul JOCKEY BOOKER FALLS HIS SKULL Thrown by Colt at Grnvencnd Another Horse Stum bles Over Jockey Bookers life was nearly out at the Gravesend track yesterday toy a fall from Rod a fivoyeArold In the third ft was while the young horses were mafl wlth excitement In the last spurt through the stretch that the accident Eleven colts an clllllles were In the for the Bedford The spectators were horrified to see Red Knight stumble and pitch headlong to Bhe Th9 colt was running third at the Th cry of terror from the crowd had scarcely died awny when wlfh Jockey Thompson In the stumbled over the piosirate rider and Women screamed and a Cow rushed to the spot where the horses and jookeys The colts jumped and dashed after the Jockey Thompson pinked himself up but Booher lay where he haft The track physician salfl Bookers skilM had been fractured and that ho was probably hurt The Jockey was taken to the Seney Hospital and was still unconscious at Arthur Booker Is nVieteen years He been riding for Jack Joyner and David Hungry Shere Khan Broke Open His Cage and Got Into Animal HE BIT AND TORE THE CIRCUS RING They Lashed Back with Their Heels and Finally Old Toby Gave the result of the Coroners In Johnson was allowed to Medical aid was summoned at md before Sites Thompson died six phy sicians were in attendance upon but they were oinalble to stop the convul sions one ot the physi cians called said the manner of the death the girl was most There was absolutely no normal j breathing after 10 said yet Thompsons heart beat violently I until within fifteen of the J which occurred after 3 Evi dently some drug was present in the system which paralyzed the respiratory branch of the This causedithe girl to actually smother to What drug would act dn this way without at the same time affecting the cardiac branch is more than I can Johiuon Under the skin and left the house soon after the physicians They were arrested tonight and Johnson Is held tn await t quest SbuMs said to be under According to oneot the physicians yho attended the her stormteh signs of arsenical hut symptoms surrounding her death quite different those which usual In poisoning by It IB said that JoUinsonu re to the house shortly before the idled and gretaitiy asked nihat Miss Thompson had Tten land was told that she taken a medicine which had Heft by Johnson at once left tho ipnlice found letters In Mliss from hier Tur Here extracts from the letters Itound In the room Believed Her in tell not to worry about this lady but dont you know jealousy Is the worst thing to cope tjiat you can I certainly ujd not give her any chance ot any of reverglng what she fay think IB Entitled tout just let the whole You dont say how often these but If once u will miss a few at I you would try and do bout than tun any dont forget to keep 1 yeatfoer eye on that and pu BJee any danger quit the treat you fancy Wng wrong with that doctors vflont run any Just trot off and nut the time in running e farman d gain and natural rather RIVER STEAMER ROLLS COMPLETELY Cargo So an to IlrlnK Her RlgrHt Sltte Up Only One Life In Special to Tho May Columbia niver steamer Camano was wrecked Tuesday The vessel had 500 sacks ofwheat WWle leaving Entalt she was struck by a strong un dercurrent and listed to The cargo shifted and the vessel made a complete florae of the crew clliwped out through windows and but the firemen clung to the hog chains and made the complete who waa in the had no difficulty in keeping on the side all the He pulled two men out of the windows and drew two men who were clinging to the Archie Dovell was the only The Camiuiodrifted Into shallow water and ot ttie and thlp HILL TO Son Lenlw will Succeed Him an Great Special to The May longexpected retirement of Jnmes Hill from the presldenoy of the Great Northern will take place not later than July the close ol the present fiscal He will then devote his attention to the North ern Securities He will he succeeded as President of the Great Northern by his Lewis who was President of tho Eastern Min nesota up to May when tho property was absorbed by the Great Lewis Hill was appointed assistant to his father In the presidency of the Great Northern last fall as a prelimi nary to succeeding His training has been along trafllc He Is cred ited by local officials with inheriting much of his fathers and Is per sonally James another son of James Is now VlcePrcslflent o tho Great Northern and in tiharse of opera Injured In Trolley Two trolley cans on the New Paltz Poughkeepsie Electric Railroad col lldnd on curve about two miles west of Poughikeepsle yesterday One held about flifty the other was a freight a had both Miss Daisy Emory legs Miss Miss May and Miss Alice also were In INDEX TO 4 BonrdiM iloard a Bocrdara t Boird I ButinMi Property V it 7 Couiirtiitnihlpi 1 7 Purohnu and Exctaip Hftu I III 4 t 4 4 4 4 Special May Shere a twoyearold Bengal halfgrown and very was caught in a cage In the jungles outside Singapore last He was shipped to the wild animal of 160 Greenwich New In the original This was because he was so full of mischief that it was dan gerous to change There were violent protests at a week ago when Shere Khan was put Into one of the Oens in which animals are carried In the parades for The only reason he didnt kill half a dozen men was that he couldnt get at He has been nursing his wrath ever When the circus left Goshen last night Shere Khran was rolled Into a vacant car next to the horse car where the erray ring performers were the head pony was In the second enr in As the train started tho big Bengali weighing 300 was heard to roar once or been fed meat and was IjOoaenH Cnprc No one knows how the brute managed to work the door of his cage Prob ably the cunning arilmart had at tlM lie the train swung out into the moonlight Goshen nothing was heard from tiger till the pony was of triumph coming Ifthe was tired circus thatthe cage Wagonwas Inside a iclosed box and he tried over and go to heard was the tearing out of the bars the little window In tho end thetigers They were ripped oalde like and the pony climbing to the top of the was horrified to see Shere Khan cllimblrigthrough the A leap window sill took him clear through the open win dow of the next where there were six of the finest horses in the There a roar from Shore Khan as he landed on the back of a good natured old Instantly It was fol lowed by a screamof from the Circus are used to They linow animals Vretty But never before had a wild tiger leaped Into their car at The pony jsays that for twenty minutes there was wildi Indistinct mingling of cries Erom the and thethrashing of Iron hoofs n sal nut the sides of the Now and then apanel in the side of the car would flying acros a the tracks to bo lost In the bushes by the The crawled along the top of the swaying to where could look into Jipraecar through the open It was Illumined by ths midnight moon ind the burning eyes ot the Now and then a of tine as tho the horses hit the iron wark ot the Again and the tiger Heaped at the backs and haunches the horses confinnd In their narrow stalK He was met with kicks from the The Tiger That ho died selling his life dearly was testified to by the tears and rips In the hidesof the horses next Nearly every horse says that thefirst scream of ifrlght the horses Client save for the rattle and tyingof At ijtarted to retreat toward the wounded and bat He whlmpered he skulkotl but stobpWto throw himsefl at every heelthat shot When he reached Old he She was the lasthqrse to the She Mood looking her eyes strain ing at the BENGAL SHERE WHO ATTACKED CIRCUS HORSES AND WAS KICKED TO DEATH BY THE DOCILE Photographs taken specially for The World and scene drawn from ROOSEVELT GIVES SET Of HIS BOOKS TO POPE Each Volume Contains Presidents Autograph and a Letter Accompanies to Tho that President Roosevelts tie Inpcjunocttori with visit to Taftto the con gratulates the pontiffon tlio completion of year and thanks Wm for bis kindly expressions himself Thejpresrident also presents the Pope a set Roosevelts own dach containing the au thors and an letter to the kindly consideration of the Tafts offlalal status Is fixed by the letter of Secretary Root to Cardinal The Apostolic here has no Information that now the Delegate Aijostollc to the Philip will be appointed to succeed Car dinal Martinelll at The succession will not foe decided until after the negotiationsof the Taft mis sion arc There Is a bare possibility that Sbarrottl wHl be THE THAT KILLED THE moN PHOTO to leap at the the horses hoofs shot There was a and Mien all was thc ellckaoHck of the rails and the rattle of the brake porty man crept back to his car jiufldled in a ex pecting fhevtfser toiprlng at out of the Whehthei plopped here OPEN CARS ON THE L GIVEN A TRIAL New Vehicles sent Over Third iiuc Line nit Experiment for Two muph Ike the surface oars MietroipoUtan Com were run In a Third elo vaited train last nlght as an expePl The been asked by the manufacturers to try They are because each soat has a and Is opened toy the per sons In the seat Instead of by the con It the opplnlon of ihe trainmen last nlffhit that this car would toe a popular but tlhat it would not work well nusli because l Is not eas yto the horse car opened the stiff body of Shere and with a broken J BABY KILLED BY Snallovreil It nnil Doctor Could Not Remove Jacob one year and nine months at 314 East killed Jast msrht by ewaltowlng blackheaded Tho child the floor with ln Iho iftibsenco of Ws wihen hn swallowed His who was In took him W a nearby drug store and several doctors were Spimralrn first arrived and opened the childs larynx with Ma tout iound the pin was below ItNothing could toe done to a4d the child and toe died in a few DIED AS HE II PINGPONG ExAssemblyman Engelhart Falls Lifeless with Racquet in His Frojeotlleii Smaohva Like Special to The May Qovernment accepted more WO tons of Pethjehern Steel Companys armor for the new battleship Pennsyl vania yesterdays when pro jectiles fired at velooityof koVga Me Cxcunlone VJtti ApartinenU to t of Old the hero ot 1nrnlibrit Uwiiniia 9 8 bed of ook o 4ier pie coai May Me overthree hun this and Pingpong has claimed iu first victim by KxAssomblyman Albert btothprlnlaw exJudge died of apoplexy ut Ho overexerted himself playing with tho physicians ami tha doctors think that In trying to make a difficult backhand Coivarm stroke Jte severed an The Engelhants obcuny tihe Bushnell a beautiful villa nt Far Rock On Thairsday evening ISnscl hart In excellent He spent an liour In the and chatlol In the drug store for llfteen Then he went home and tried his hftml at pingpong with ihls exJudge The tiny celluloid ball bounced back and forth for hour and Engel hart was enjoying the game to the with racquet In after trying a difficult Sic gasped once and fell forward to the ExJuilgo Dittenhoefer Jumped to side saw that It was something Half a dozen doc tors In the neighborhood were sum moned by Pedro Francke and Oauldwell were the first to They found their patient very His pulse was beating very and after efforts to restore it ceased alto Heart they Engelhart was with her husband whcin he gasped Ypstcrday she was prostrated with 8nd the physicians were needed to minister to Today William will hold an on tho theory that Engelhart severed an artery while attempting a backhand forearm swing at the The funeral has been set for Services will bq held at the Engelhart FULLS TO OEATHIN THE Lost Hold on Parachute 6nrJ Was Drowned Owing to Ruined Life Spuclal to Tho vi a onearmed fell from his parachute today when it wns 800 feet abuvo the Hudson und was Some time ago whohad contracted with a local at Kingston make loon with parachute advertiser for a man to do the Hayes saw tho advertisement in a New The managers were rather surprised discover that notwithstandlne his one arm was will ing to make the ascensions slstcd and wis Uut he per The first ascension was arranged for the Decoration Day crowds Several thousand spectators were on hand to witness The balloon got away in good fashion and rosoto the height oC when Hayes was seen to sever the paruohutd rope and begin his The parachute descended gracefully and had got more than half way down to the earth when Hayes was to struggle release his and dropped into the dlslaflcie of forty He ah Inflated life but the force the fall burst Itand It helped to qarry htm Parachute Failed an a Balloon Sky Sailer May DC Five thousand persons saw jstrange fall from his parachute and es villa he be In Hllta Besides hian leaveg a son with burg bicycle qelock last at at 7 baliqon i sion Was a feature bicycle When the balloon waliireleased iiQso only 100 feet and aUout to turn when Leatrango released the para chute to save The iiaraohute failed to open until within ft few feet of the i He found hut uncooaclpus In the folds rsr tieyere internal sandthaii qlwiB are rflili ISE PUSSES TO IN New York Wife of de la Mourned by the French liy tlio Publishing Now York Special Oablo to Tho May The American colony and the French aristocracy are grlev over the death of Mar quise Carles de la who was Edith of New The Marpulse gove birth to twin boys on April 19 and her death resulted on She was twentytwo years A list of those who attended the fune ral In the American Church iwould In clude nearly every American promi nence In Paris anil more than two hun dred titled members of tho French aris Her Frederick Boyd who had come to this city overjoyed at ithe prospect of seeing His daughter and his shared the groat sorrow of the bereaved hus the Marquis de la The mnrrlugo of Miss to the ten months was u great surprise to her Ne w Ytork She was a dashing blonde ami she conqcvred Paris society soon after being eighteen months by Henry Miss Tllghman had many and her romantic marriage to the young In London was followed by a second marriage In compliance with the French Tho remains of the Marquise have jeeh placed temporarily in the church Two AlieuU of i to Tho May Pullen and Louise Qf White drove hero from Port Chester this afternoon and were married at the Methodist parsonage They Yadpre Vlqusly arranged for the oerampny to on next Sunday got hero two bet the mlntoter expnotad them ft When They Have Their Power for and Nbl Till Will It Be sible to Decide Whethefl They Are to Exist Iridei pendently of K SHAME IF WE TO UPHOLD THE President Eloquently Defends Men in the Philippines in Day Orationat Reports of Cruelty Are lessly but ises Unswerving Punishment Those Really in Our Own Country Infinitely Spojlal to Tho May sand people assembed at Arlington tlonal Cemetery today to hpnor thejH soldier Veterans of two joined in the observance of The weather was dent Roosevelt delivered the orationHis said You wihom I ahfljftiirifj cpmrodes who wore the blue in the perilous years during which ipatient Lincoln crushing iload national performed the one feat the failure perform which would have meant struction to malces name America a symbol of hope tlhe nations of During our four generationsof ni tional life wo have had to do maflyS and some ofthem of tnportance but the only reallyv yjtala task was the one you the saving There wore other crises In whtchitcp lave gone wrong would have ister bait this was the one which to have gone wrong woufld meant not but ann In the last at this moment the army United led by men who serve4f tmcns you in the great Is carrying o completion a small niu peculiarly trying and difficult war In wihlch volvecl not only the honor of thefj but the triumph oC orces which stand the 2HAOS OP SAVAGERY AND JW The task has not1 been as 9 Important as tho men In unlfbrmiji tthci United who have forrtl three years and olalnlnBly oharaploned the oauso In the Philippine vouncrer your They shown themselves not and they are entitled to the su 11 mio Who are proud of what These youuKor comrades yi have fought under terrible havo received terrible provocai rom it very cruel and very Ueacheo Under the strain of these joatlons I deeply deplore to say some among them ihave so far fort hemselvei as to counsel and co n retaliation acts ot Stronger Measures The fact that for committed by one of our troops a dred acts of far greater atrocity been committed by the hostile upon our or upon tho peacj and lawabiding natives who ore y to cannot be held to ejccji wrongdoer on our side ort iinmt be ind u to llud out every of littrtinrlty on tlio nart to uunlih tlioBe and to If Htrouurer iiiuavurev than reuily been taken to minima prevent the oocurremie nituueei In the future liut Is it only In ithe that Americans do that cause Cries ot MQhj 5JPram Uma to there i to tha w our jynohlngs eayrii   

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