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New York World (Newspaper) - February 3, 1903, New York, New York Weattier Foreoaati PARTMT THE WORLDS GREATEST columns of advertising gained in January over last Largest total growth ever made in any January in The World3 leather Forecast PARTLY THE WORLDS GREATEST tt Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to any January in The Worlds columns of advertising gained in January over last Largest total growth ever made in by Prem Publishing Jierv Yorlc FEBRUARY Came Down to TwoThirds of the Customs But Bowen Promptly Refused the jiBRST DEFINITE MOVE MAKES TENSION Offer Would Keep Block V Up for the NextSix INJECT NEW IDEAIN LAW OF fSHIsvflefusa 1s Cabled to and Negotia torsWill Await to By promptay rejecting the allies offer of a compromise by taUdng twMiilrds of the pledged customs Instead of the whole SO per cent Bowett has de livered to Germany and Italy a virtual BrttWh and Itifllan with Baron Speck von Bteratoargr and Count on Bowan read a from Brltlsi Foreign It was i Joiot note ttiat the blookeldinBE pqweiw fee 30 per oani of the cusloms re cclptB LA OraLym and Porto Cabello that onethird be divided among tie olglit other oouirtrles having claims against This would give the allies oneflfth the peace powers onetenth of the oustoms pledged to settle Venezuelas Bowen refused ibhe demand on the He that sucfli a i demand should come from for I Its acceptance would mean that the nl 1 Jlance of the blockading powers would more than Bow j en satd he would put his refusal in writing so it would bo perfectly Later ho Bent a note giving his rea for rejecting the demand to the British who communicated Ita contents to Boiveiia Renooim for In his letter Bowen stated that he could not accept the principle that preferred treatment coulci bo rightfully obtained by and bombard To accept that principle1 in this case and coneequent killing of helpless women and children would be to Uioorporate it in the law ot for of the powers Interested would have aeroe to Such action was abso lutely offensive to modern Beyond that he objected to the prop osition because it would continue the alliance of the blockading powers mora than six and Venezuela could not toe expected to encourage the maintain ing of an alliance against Bowen said thait on this side of the water we want peace and predicted there would be great surprise and regret when It became known that Bng land had even proposed continuing her Alliance with Germany and Italy a moment longer than was absolutely f Uaigrue to Pass oil Preference to he said that as the of preferred treatment Is the only one on which they are unable to he proposed that that one point lift lor Tic Hague tribunal to de Their agreement on other pointe would and as soon as Tho Hague Continued on Second CRXT In Greater Jforr Yorlt nnil TWO CENTS ontsidc of Greater Xciv York mid Jcmcy City anil on POLICE CAPTAIN IN MAINE HANDCUFFS A DEERS Buck and Doc chased Through nijrteford and iBncU ThrousH of men and boyn and dozens of yelping dogs pursued buck and doo through the streets of the city They weira first seen trotttne dowm the railroad They dashed through Cutts street and leaped the high fence at the rear of the residence of Frank Main street a short dla where they Tho doe continued down Main amd York where It attempted to Itap a mill was couglit by the packets and so badly Inured that It Hotley purusea by the howling mob the buok ran down Main fled across and dashed through one of the large plate glass windows of a grocery Robert a flre and Frank Cote downed tha ani mal after a fierce Police Morgan put his handcuffs on the bucks A Sleigh was the amtmal loaded dnto and driven to Clifford where It was Doe Escapes Pursuit of 1OO Men and In to appeared In the business portion of made a spectacular flight through the city to the Boston and Albany Jumped a nix foot fenoo and started toward Fully 100 men amd boya pursued tihe doe through the NEWSPAPERS A DISSIPATION Ana One ot Special to Cho papers are one of the worst forms of mental asserted Ed ward Howard of late professor of ethics at Stan In a lecture before Mothers Club Mental dissipation exists to an alarm Ing extent in our modern The place which newspapers take today Iri the usurpation of real literature accounts for the lowofthe power of logical reasoning among the American It must be an unusu ally good newspaper that deserves more than fifteen ones Griggs devoted few sentences to cheap lie were another source mental he told him serious were of no valuo to n lowpriced and if printed in Issues ibotwecn April and October wouldi not be Scenes in Where 850 Soldiers Are Watching Eighty Striking Railroad Men All Employees in the Great Will iamsfaurg Refineries Are Discharged and No INDEFINITE SHUTDOWN WITHOUT DAYS WARNING Youre Not Wanted Any Men Are Toldas They Re ceive Their UGLY CROWD GATHERS IN FRONT OF THE BUILDINGS Second Big Industrial Calamity in a and Another Is Fx pectcd to HE WAS TOO WET TO LonsHhnrenian AVho Fell Uonrd Harrcd from Street William thirty years who lives in recently ha been compelled to work as a longshore While at work on nt the toot of Catharine street yesterday he fell Into the His pulled him up on the He then started to take crosstown car that would take him to his ferry on tihe North but was not allowed to rlde on account of his wet He boarded several but In every case was put off by the He said that they told him that they could not let him as he would spoil the coverings of the eeatB and the clothing of any passengers he might rub up Ryan went to the Elizabeth StationHouse and explained his He was sent to the Hudson Street IHos MARRIAGE AND TO Jfixua a 1 mi Mlliluerv It UrmnuklncH in s jo 7 U Prof ua Ftmsli ID Tubllo NollcBB 9 and S lUilroidi 10 EcUte Hitinvifll Wina a Cnse Involv inpr mar ilas spoil a milliner This Question was decided negatively here de spite the testimony of and Elizabeth of New won an action of on book account against Annie Ryan Last July Hammlll was Miss She was married shortly after engaged toy the defendant for tho fall season of and after buying poods for her she oame to this she only to find that her position no longer The defense claimed that the mar rlnzn of Miss Mooney made her of no value In the millinery and In support ofthis contention several wit nesses Justice Sweetland found for Hammlll with YOUNG HUNTER Son ot Voriner Mlnlater to Guate mala Special to tho ClonsulQeneral dhlef conspir Thirtysix witnesses Implicated mln the Signed God frey This is the full text of a caiblegram received tonight by William the elder son of Godfrey former United States Minister to Gua Godfrey Wiled William of in Guate mala In November and his trial has been in progress for some William Hunetr declined to discuss the Ha expects Oils tether anS brother to return the United Statos at Five thousand men were thrown out o work last nlzht when the Reftaery in ihr largest of the Sugar Trust its The payroll has average a There was no no warning scarcely a rumor of the Impending ca The five thousand employees walked to the cashiers one b to draw their som to begin work for the leaving for the You arstnot wanted any Th works are closed Thatwas all that was The man could not realize what had happened at They gathered n groups outsde the massive rwhlch cover foil oi them had been then twentjy Some had sons grandsons and all Viookei upon the of the Sugar Trus and the country assura proof that then need be no worry as to ther means o In one moment they had been left practically The catastrophe is ttha second which has upon the GrcenpnlntWlllams burg manufacturing section of Brook lyn within a The Standard OI refineries in Grcenpoint were closed Juts throwing old employees out of Barrel Trnwt May Close Coming close on the twin calamities Is tho rumor that the Brooklyn Cooperage lcnown as the Barrel Trust will have to close Its The com pany depended upon the Sugar Trust flnd the Standard Oil refineries for its and with the two great plant shut down the prospects for continuance of tho coopftroge business are The Company Includes two thous and This army of workers night looked gloomily to the fully expecting to sabre the fac of tho six thousand whose misfortune cripples Greenpolnt and Th Wllliamsbnrg refinery of the Sugar Trust was formerly owned by Havc mcyer Elder and has tanown as the Havemeycr It ts the col lection of mammoth which every on Sound steamers and iferrytooats notices a short dlstajice north of the new Bast River Bridge It has been Hie main spring of South Wi lamsburg for a score of The Ironies of the employees cluster about tihe big The reflnery occupies the land between the Ilver and Kent Sou ill First andSouth PIftih There a group of IbUUdlnga seven to fooir teen stories in The shifts have been at work in the reflnery eaoh for twelve so that at no hour of day or nlffht was the industry The shifts ohanged at 7 oclock mornIng and Announced nt 1ny The night shift arrives early last for 4t was pay Eaoh man took his place In tHe line running to the pay as he passed the was surprised to find In Ws envelope an extra days It has been the custom of the company to withhold a days pay from each to be refunded when he This was the extra money the men found In thelr Before they could ask for an explanation the cashier had announced the closing tho While trne men at the end of the line were stUl joking and those who had passed the cashiers window and had even told that there was no more passel out and formed in excited At 7 oclock the men were gathered about the Then tho day maicSied through In line for their Tthoy ihmrd the same unwelcome news and joine dthe crowd that Wad been turned 6ome sougtfut out foremen taind tout She superiors as dazed as the Tihe nlgher officials of the com pany were not to toe and no one Only Has a Cold and Looks Far Better Than When I Saw Him Six Years fcrtlw Pressrtibllsfiing New York Special Cablfl Despatch o ThoWfti Edwards sudden Illness causes considerable alarm as tho public Ivas iKLd no confidence in offlcin1 bulletins since its experience of Tho Would correspondent say todiay immediately nftcr i Geneiatls ireturn from where dined and talked with the King last Speaking with his customary the Getiernl said Hifi Majesty In the best of health and spirits last He was troubled a cold feeted his but It more than a In I Chough looked far better than ho didsix years i ago wJien I Inst siw There was no talk at thn castle about his Is a trifling i I was npeaking with the Prince this morning and ho never VIVIO BalletGlH POStOPS tioned onjChlng tubnut the Kings being though r to Tha Windsor correspondent telegraphed Ihis afternoon j The King has been suffering since Saturday with a cold its his colds I always became fixed In his j He uras better this morning and drove to plant somfe trees along new avenue In Windsor His carriage Is artl lally and while he was stand Ins albout In the morning air Hie caught o tresh which maflo ihls tlhroat sc visit to Chatswortl fthe Duta of Dcvomliiros country seat postponed at the loSt During the treeplanting ceremoni the King laiighcO hrartlly nt little Prince when handling a spade accidentally eent a shower of ovwr the Mayor of The Worlds London correspondent heard from a Ihlgh court sourc that the King remembered thla morning that tlvla was the Bmiilveirsary Queen Victorias and decided that It would ibe highly impnopar for him m Case Before Su preme to on Junketing expedition to Ohatswotfth on such a His cold iroaliy noworse thlan lit was ithe same autihortty and It Is expected Uhlat toe will go to Ohatsworth The Duke of Devonshire la said to have expended more tlhan in ar ranging for the Kings Jleetn llobertu and Other Urlilsh Seo retary o United States gave a dinner In honor ot MJles it the Carltoji Hotel tonignt BO tha the General might meet Lord Roberts and other British Including Sir Thomca KellyKenny and Sir John Mi leu Not Invited to By Miles terms on the part of somebody Miles was not Invited to Speaking of hla visit to Miles said today The King received most oor recalled pleasant memories of our visit here at the time of and spoke as friendly as ever of Amer The King Prince nnil JHiicedx of Widen notllil be iiJtle to vlKit is definitely lie hoped the for Hooacvelt tlio President Roosevelt will have ihls picture paintoijl at Government In the Sundry tvll under the heading nee of the Executive appears an Item of to for the Ex Special to Tho noose volt attended the Htsalon of the United States Supreme Court toilny and hoard Clinton Moffat Meets Mis fortune in a Most Unusual Sympathizers of Strikers Again Attack Cars and Succeed in Tying Up All the MOTORMEN PASSEMGERS Car Windows Demolished by Missies and Obstructions Placed on the SOLDIERS CHARGE ANU DISPERSE Militia Were Called Out Because Sympathetic Strike of Unionists Is Mamma Scolded Her but He Fled at Night and Now Has a As result of rubbing his eye after handling paper currency taken in Theatre Clinton for eight years treasurer of the Justlce Holmes deliver a learner will today ihave his right eye ion In which he held that ballet girls at his 128 West were as legitimate n subject of lllustrnEleventh TOiceyo was Injured several years ago and slnco that time has been subject to Last Friday aioitnt tlon any other varieties of men or Ho said all pictures involved the display of The particular balltt to which Justice j handled quantities of old billsand while Holmes referred was ono displayed on a Bunting got speck of dust In one small pouter a travelling circus put out through the The picture shows aJbowt twenty women Btandlng on thn biff leus of their niBht feet with their left legs held hlfrh In tlio The said legs are encased In plnlt The posters are In and pinks oJid yellows and Ivld epecj mens oC tho of the The question at issue was one of The man who owned the pictures claimed that tho circus that used thorn Infringed on his ITolimes held that the chromo posters of a oirous can proper 1y bo protected toy MAYOR LOW A Held Cnutlro In EleriUor frith Cantor nnt It was leairhed yesterday that or nearly half an iiovr Mayor Comp troller President Cantor and President Haffen were prisoners Satur day In an elevator In Postal Bulld They hold attended a conference on the Jiriiirovements of New York Centra and were on their way to the Hard ware Club for Junohcon when ele vator stopped between the sixteenth and seventeenth They protested to the but could get no explanation an the man could not speak Mayor Low tried but the operator shook this and Haffen de mameia In Gorman to know why for twenty minutes they were forced to miiln In tried almost every language on said Haffen yesterday but could get no Wo maxle our and en joyed the SnnUcEuUne Barred liy Special to Tlio Senate passed a bill today ex hibitions of snakeeating a with aflne ot 100 and a jail aentenoe o three months fo manager of his After rubbing It tho eyo became inflamed and In a short time pained him so badly that he called In a The doctor called two other physicians In and It was decided to remove the right eye to savo the Remedies nvero applied to allay the and the op was get tor this The Poland Water Hlrwn Rldtw onaors of the 4n Hiuve puiillshad bratwi Pollnd bookcont ve puiil aining fasts Bronx 9 mind i icutlve1 oil painting of ths about Poland in uwa ContlnMea on Stnco lta dtBoovary onanr iero a telephone In lata midst of the throngs has been writing WfiweeKly newspaper FORMED HUMAN Iloya Reacnc Companion from Un Pearson fourteen years nearly lost his life while skating on thecanal at yester day Ho was showing the hoys how to cover a thin when it gave way and he went under the His companions saw him rise about a doaen fcot from where he went Half a dozen boys dropped on thoir backs and extended their feet in the dlrecllon of the drowning They all kicked together and soon broke a in the ico sufficiently large so that he could be drawn fomnlng a human life they pulled him He had been under water more than a minute and waa The boys hurried him to the nearest he was Spoclnl to Uia had occurred to Willie what proposals of marriage were until he received one yesterday in a perfumed note from Daisy ayed The more he thought the proposal over tho more it perplexed so hu took the note to his Falk glanced over tho opening couplet Tho roso Is redthe blue rne pink is BO are When she sot la the whore Daisy proposed to Willie ttmt they Willie listened dutifully to had lo say on the sub and went to his fell to thlnklng about Dnlsy whom he had met for the first time two weeks It at n party who had assembled to say goodby to Daisy when Tier parents moved to New Wllllc came down to suppsr showing emyptoms of calf His gavethemselves no concern j over his of the j But there was genuine alarm In the I when It was discovered ad left His Sunday Married Them at UIli Sptclij ito The was busy at a of the Board of Manasera the Torrington Club yesterday when he received word liimt Franl Riser and Miss Matilda Grandgulllaumo wanted him to marry Ho ordered be shown Into the and there ho per formed those present was State Senator presented aibox of candles to the bride and a box of cigars to Tirlda After a futile search ifor the tsvy there was nothing to do tout wait develop The first news confirmed FaJks Word was received that Willie and Daisy had been married in Brcw just over the Connecticut State It ils not known where Willie Talk and liavo cbne on their CARPENTRY IN Chicago Union Taught the Swclil to carpenters will ask the Board of Education to es tablish a technical course In some of the city schools for pnrt of the where apprentices to that trade may fit them elveij for their future As the Board ot Education Jias al ready gone on record In favor of such departure in school it wHl probably grant the when the larpentors decide on what shall con stitute the special Other are considering similar action in behalf of Murderer Special to Ho FeW the condemned murderer of Adam wholato on liasasked tha county7officials to place Special to The Ing by the sympathizers of tho striking miolormen and conductors on the city street car lines wasresumed here to ndn continued so fiercely that long before mldnlgit not a single car wns running In the The presence ot SCO soldiersot Na tional Guaird sent here by Cham berlaln seems to have Infuriated the sympathizers the strikers andito hava causey tho fresh Two motormen on the North Main rtreet line were badly by stones and sticks thrown by lascnsers in the cars were cut by gas from TKis mattes a tclal of fourteen motormen and conauctora Injured the The crowd made Its first attack oh the cars of thn North Main street They surrounded thecars and threw stoaes and every otlicr missle The passengers fled in panic as tha heavy through the windows and the The crews stood by the cars as long as they TRen in through the excited crowd two ths motormen were badly cut and bruised clubs and Scatter A of Infantry was sent on tile double qudck to the scene of the but Ihe crowd heard1 of their Otlher crewa worn brought and the cars taken back to the barns under escort of the On the Waieortlle line logs and bowl ders were placed on Ilia com tolocldnB the The crews of several cars attempted to clear the but were stoned and and finally deserted their A car waa sent out tho South Main street and when it had re turned at 10 oclock a company of sol diers was hurried to the As they were marching alone ths road to the little town of Xaugatuck they stoned and Jeered at by a crowd of who had bidden behind tho on tha The crowd waa dispersed and it was found that they had tha crew firom car after having broken the Rioting on Bank street line tinned till midnight in splto of efforts of the Motorman John Harrison took a par out on the OakvlSle A crowd at taoked him with stones and Be fore1 he and the passengers could get to a place safety they had been severely The soldIers arrived after the motorman had escaped from the crowd charging the dispersed Tropa tu AITO It is generally believed here that v sendlng of so many troops to this little town was jnore for the purpose of awe Ing workers in the factories and founderies who were threatening to te volt than to suppress the riots reaultlnv from the strike of the little handful of ratlway The announced intention of thorltlos to put militiamen on the cars as guards was carried early Tho flrat car which left tlio centre of the city for the Brooklyn trlct after C oclock carried four guards men fully armed on the front Other cars bound In that direction furnlshod with a similar detail Bull Cttrirlrigrei for Discipline among wjilcji was somewhat relaxed during the v was enforcedrigidly after militiaman on duty carried a rifle and four rounds of Orders were Issued to makS arrests itho least evidence of The streets In the centre of the city filled up rapidly In the evening and by 8 oclock there were thouaanda In ithe business ThrojJBtj