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World (Newspaper) - July 25, 1903, New York, New York the Wanf Street Parts Played by Gates and Weattor TorooaMt Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to A Pastoral Study of the Only Uncle Joe Who Sees the Sights of Mew by the New York NEW JULY VIC CliXT In Groriter New York nut Jcrnny Cltr TWO CKNTH ontilile of Grontrr Vnrlc mill City nnil on SAVES 1MAN AND CHILD AT CBTOFUFE Richard Meyers Pushes Spero Out of the Path of the and the Horse ri Hits and Kills NEWPORT BLUE AT NEWS OF SMASH WOMAN TOO TERRIFIED TO FLEE FROM Brave Young Driver Faces Cer tain Death and Reaches the I Spot Just in To the lives of a woman and hor were crosslns Tremont ave near Boston In the path of a runaway tiorae and wagron last Richard twentyelsht years of SOD Columbus kcrlflcefl his He was trampled Under the hoofs of the horse and In liantly 7Meyera was employed by n grocer at iremont avenua and Boston The an returned to the store nbout last nlgrht and was to de pjlver on foot an order block gWhcn returning tu the store Meyers jaw his horse coming toward him ithrougih Tremont avenue at a furious The animal had been frightened by an In the mlddjo of the driveway and In front of Thomass Church was who pushing n baby Other and children on tho sidewalks Eoivamed with Spero seemed petrified with fear and stood directly In the path of the Meyers saw her danger and rushed Jlrtto hte The frightened animal jfTvao almost tho woman as he ed her Gathering all his Meyers pushed Spero and baby carriage to one At the time he tried to grasp the bridle Jf the He missed It by a low i and struck kllllnK him The baby carriage rolled to tho curb and Spero fell to the the wagon passing within a ew Inches of her Tho now doubly In creased Its speed and ran on Policeman who for many yearn was attached to the mounted was standing ot Vyse Ho rushed Into the roadway and grasped ttu horse by the He dragged for about fifty feet before he brought the horse to a Meyers brace was by the Father rector of Thomass Tho priest was tlng In a window of tho next to tt He went at once to wTiero Meyera had fallen and to carry body to the RABBI CHOSE A CELL ed on Belnv Looked Up PMlihment for HU Socolal to Tlw July want to looked up and suffer for my mid RabW Yacgour when taken to Police Headquarters last night a prls otwr on of abandonment pre ferred by his Yaagours ait p torney willing to allow the rabbi to go on hto own recognizance to ap pear In court this but the t Insisted being locked f This he was arraigned In court and held for HaibM Yaegour came from aibout six months and was rabbi the churdh here until last Sun wlwn he wtte dismissed by the Men Hasten to New York to Protect and Anxiety la Bpoclll to I July has the blues The news of trie crashes In Wall street created a panic and the despondency Is almost as as If there Sad been a deathdealing There Is no telling Hiow many ot tne TnlWIonalre famCles are Sard tilt or are in great danger of heavy The resort has suffered for the entire season from ttie rich mans panic In tho speculative and the worst to date came with the failures of Urgent summonses by wire have de populated the place of Its ordinary quota of wlio have gone to New York to look after their Interests in the Tlhere are no men here tonight for dinners or and It Is declared that the already bad Is now utterly TKe men will not return until matters have settled and that may not until the There was a sensation today when the two failures were announced There wore many exciting Incidents at the ibranch offices here of Harnlman Dick and IHlman ducted folely for the convenience of the very Messengers were In over whelming demand to reach customers men and and the telephones were kept hot until Stow and Taylor are both most popular In society at and much sympathy Is expresaecj for them in their The general opin ion s that they will be able to right themselves In the financial whirlpool aiid wilt come out all Nearly every Important family litre vitally Interested In Ihc stock ntarkot In cne Way or some of them are loalns a fortune overy day that the depressing conditions The millionaire contingent Is keeping up a bravo but It Is certainly true that has received a black and there la a blue pall over the place tonight ISLAND TREATY IS United Stairs Xnt In OnVr far Dnnlnli Went lo TIw July treaty by which the United States agreedto pay for the Danish West Crolx and ex pired The treatywas ratified by a large majority In tho or lower house of Dawlsh but failed by one vote In the or upper A final attempt at ratification made by the prosale party several months ago failed through Influence of the King of Pile Kings apposition to the sale of the Islands has been attributed to the In Ilucnco of the Reports to the State Department show that the people of the Islands are prac tically unanimous In favor of American The people of the Islands arc convinced that Che Kaiser hns prevented the sale In the expectation that Ger many will secure them on the death of King who Is neiarlng his It Is according to tho view of Secretary that this country wlil never again offer anything like for tho and the United States will never allow the to be fold to any other PRINCIPALS IN BIG WALL STREET FAILURES AND WHO SA YS HE IS NOT SERIOUSL Y IN VOL Yaovour will sue for a separa She alleces that the rotobl has her uslnc abusive Ian cplttlnc in her The Mnc to waj committed to DlreOloier July liViiC you close the IM live you a Bishop 1 HJHidrick to a a The loon W to the a pie tmifeet aoroag at fareweVI dinner last TO WANT DWARF MADE Hoipltal Doctor to Make Diminutive Babe Margaret fifteen years and Anna walked Into Bellevue Hospital tho elder child carry Mary the little Bister of the Both children said the little girl was two years yet she weighed less than two Her arms and legs were a Inch In and her body could be spanned eislly with the In spite of diminutive size the baby perfectly and apparently TjVhat do you want us to do asked WaipiipwsU told us to bring baby hers and you to make It the Roxbury girl the btby did not need medical at the doctor refused to admit her to the and told the children to take her back WOMANS Aek jfnrU Reoelvoil In a CollUlon Delayed July Etta Lee Allen sued the and Power of thta today for ten delaying to Allen from Z until Aprtl On Plaintiff WM rldlntIn and one crt the of the defendant thrown from and wounded e phxetpal pain and meAtal anf Prevented Keeping her WILL STREET L STOW James Keene Declines to Come to the Aid of His Saying I Never Saw Such a Hopeless Mar and Adding That Although His Loss Is Not More Than He Is In Quite Far THINKS OUTLOOK HOST GLOOMY AND BELIM DOCTORS FIREllUTEMEi Their Quick Response and Cool ness in an Alarm Prevent Panic Among s In en A slight drn opposite BeUevue on First last nlpht proved the efllolency of HIP fire brigade In the With 800 patlonis ssattnrwl through th forty Ofld not a doctor wna tvliscmt from hU nost wUcu the fire alarm At tinllrst putter of the Mijfln response to tlm alarm the lioac went Tho Ions ber pipe was run from tho centre of the building to the side nearest Hie llro and hold In the aptirka that on tile roof of thc hospital went out without doing any The nre was In tho soda fnclory of Koch First Flames were shootlns through the roof when the first dlarm was turned Deciume of the proximity to tho hospital two alarms followed the Ills t and the fireboat Now Yorker was brought to the scene for an Tho flro was In n short The ilnniago estimated by the police Is under The prompt discipline of the nre drill among the prevented tho loast excitement amonjr the who were inassured by thn coolness of the CONVICT MINERS Both Failures Said to Be Due to Powerful Who in Revenge lor Thwarted Plans Pre vented Involved Firms from Obtaining Further Accommodations Irom Banks or Other Sources There Arc 121 of May Mllilln to Qiivll to ThA July hundred and twentyflvn convicts In mutiny men Ixirrtoaded in imlnes and rffiiKc to come out await This sent by deputy warden In charee of the convicts cm ployeld in the coal mines nf Dade caused Warden Moore to statt ifor Dade County with authority to call nut the State troops which twenty miles from the The workmen employed ln the Iada milnes are felony nearly 80 per of whom are employed by a private mining company they are directly under control of State At imddwlgiht the State Prison Com mission Is awaltlns pairlloulars from Warden COMET GIVES A FREE Innpect It II lliirrlfo from New The twotailed was the stellar at traction last when all New curious to behold the Borelll got out cperaglaBses to the The comet eluded some of the star gtvxern with a dexterity which argued Its objection to free Others wdth vlston discovered It watched Its course with great Seen with the flans It re sembled a starry point In a nebulous The comet la making n rapid pace and show comet gazors a pair of FAIfl WITNESSES July five wltneosos In oqhneotlon with they had that not JVJ iwHtiedvtn that thW acoldchi or aooldwti i A CLOTHE A Many Contribute Garments to Replace Those Wetted in Saving Girl from PIERPONT MORGAN GOES TO BAR Special to The July to thr surprise of those having in terests In Wall Mor gan stenmotl for Bar Harbor to night InHtead uf Now A party of New York financiers were guests on board his yacht Kmma twelve fell Into the Bint River from the park wall he foot of KlKhtnonith street last Hclwarrt a employed on thn Seventeenth street Haw tho lie dlvod over ilothcs anil A strong tide tarrled the child down toward the but he crowd thut wiUchetl the rosiUo feared she would sink before McCnffery could roach A cannlboit lild her from him but ho hroastM tho current with a powerful urged on hy the cheerH nnd uf two IhoiiKand A dozen mon Jumped to the canal The current ciurlcil the chllti with force against It thnt tluvbluw rendered her There was a gash In her forehead from which the blood While the wouldbe res cuers on tlie boat formed human renchtd liie hlld nnd grabbed her in the nick of Then he handed the unconscious girl iip to the They pulled him up after hor and ho foil flxhansted on tho The child was earned to her 27 Avenue where n physician brought her back to uftcr working over her for an McCaffery went back to the dock ping He was followed by the ad miring ohewlng him at every Youfl better change your suggested a I aint got none to npondcd ThereWas an undressing match on tho and In a few minutes there was a whole wardrobe of discarded pieces of clothing for him to select Ha borrowed a slilrt from Thomas Cunning and others contributed trousers and Then JfcCaffury continued his work ns if nothing hod Condemn Northern and TliiinU Thai of July tho fourth annual meotlnz the National1 Indus trial an organization of ox here today resolutions wera passedi oondomnliiK tho Northern forItsattltudo question and UhainkliiB the Southern newspapers for thetr in rojtard to tho recent in Northern Great Clolhlnv nurt Inrk four from to la Klntfo offer In mene panta ft wool coats and at this MORGAN PREDJCTED THAT SECURITIES WOULD llcie the famous unrtlKCflted Interview given by Morgan m ihn rtny Ixlforn his dppartnrn for Kuropo II rnnms In ilna iho eoiiernl lalli Indulged not ulone In foreign Inn In local circles H n no MOIISP jurulfled by tlui It may be ns some of NIC captions that at tho present moment there are In the mar lei ninny bin not the character of I if laltpn Inlo c uislilcratlon in i broad or comprehensive view of lhi AIM ilicMf Houillltts smml or an they unsoiinil dn they represiivt value or do they nut for what juirpoww IIIVVP Ilicy been thcao are the I1 my mlml In my JiiilKiiieiil Ibeno new are ensentlnlly sound nml and tliowo who bavo tbem In no wise alarmed because of their Buyonil nil Ihey arc Issupil not to build competing lines but Inrifply for the purchtinp cif rolling stock nnd motive power and for tho extension of oilier facilities upcPSHltatrA by tho necessary movements of the products cxf the You will find that In rtuo Hmc this phnse of the growing nut of tboHc IIPW will Ai for tho gemmi you may irtate nmphatlcally and unixiulvocnlly that II la most wlth the country untiualluedly In Hie Iron anfl Htonl trade for the barometer of the stability nnd there ncvor wiui so great or no profitable Orders on hand run far and tho outlook Is decidedly In summing HIP sltuutlon not only Is there prosperity but tho promlaon are of u continuation of that prosperity for long time to Shrinkage of Interfered With The net declines In Iho active railway and iiilustrlal Ktocks traded In on the New York Stook Bxchanjfe from tho high prices of 1802 to the low prices of yes terday range from 17 points In Southern Railway common to 120 In Standard This shrinkage on active stocks IH moiteil to aggregate Iran than while bonds Imve drcroased at It Is es tlmaitacd that tho totul shrinkage In Amarlouii railway und iriduatrlols gllto The following tablo nhows fhci princi pal not declines from tho hlgili prices of 10d2 to lihe low of yosterdny Hlghent Net Standard filed UocK Hook Atolilioii ft Brooklyn CtntdUn 271 00 78 D9J ICO 81 0211 87 son 41 118 930 120 111 1914 29 3IWi J9li 37 nothing IlUnola Mluourl Vuk Norfolk t SDK A Ban Sl 80K 5IK 57H Amerloftn Ooitxin AraerlMn frtooowtlvo Ameilnnn Now York Air TenneHW 74H Woatern Kolltliorn Houbhern Union WlKoaaln 73 101i 12D U 111 11SH 48 saw 20 81S H 7314 39U ao 81H navi 181 118 193 37U 88U 2914 eo 29ft 46H 20H 5IH 32K 16T4 30 U 41 ais 44 20U 32 4BVi 78 17 S4 37 15 for Hornfar It tnolu the o lor de dny of racltlag the worst since the panic of ended by the half an hour before market closed of two Stock Exchange Taylor and Stow The Stow failure came and quickly following it the announcement in the iloor oC tho Exchange thut Talbot of James had gonn down in thu crash of Taylors firm is known in tho street as Keones and Keene made its offices Ms Foxhall his Is a special partner in tho and I he extent to which failure hit the Inanclcr may be Interred rom the atatemoat issued last night by Mr Taylor The InTRCut creditor ot tlic linn In Jnmca KEENE GLOOMY OVER James the1 man who has passed untaoved through the many victories and many defeats of his long career In Wall was like a broken man last night us he sat in his apartments in WaldorfAstoria And talked of tho fallure of his There was just a little of bitterness In his voice and he showed plainly this failure hurt him more than any other Incident In his My own fortune and the fortune ot my family Is not said I lost money for I was the largest un secured creditor of the firm of Talbot as I my fortune is How about tho report that yoS very recently settleid on your on your son and on your daugh ter Keene was I iwont anything about tho retplled I suoss Ill lose aibouit through this con I had no connection with tho except that I did buM ness I hod my office it Is but was not connected In any than that Tallbot is my soninlawand flidtousl ness for THINKS MABXET MOST I hare seen him through this but the BO gloomy and with not u bright outlook that I began to think about myself and decided It would Ibe to put up any more money for tho t I thought I was in for quite enough in view ofthe state J What aro tho liabilities ot your Bonlnlavrsflrm ma I dont Keene answered I havent learned any of tho cfetailB All I Unow is that I am tho largest Out side of myself the principal creditors are and they loss nothing there no loan with any bank without a 20 per margin of Some of tho banks wanted fresh but I wont anything about wont up any more The loss U not great outsido of my The when the firm couldnt got rid of their heavy THINKS THEY WERE I am annoyed at this thing because I think they have been improvident and have allowed themselves to be stuck by several r Who stuck them J I dont care to except that they were stuck by certain Will you help them to resume business V1 This question was not answered but the ower was very Keone said Sj I never saw such a hopeless market as we When you Vwi can such Btoclt as United States Steef preferred for there any wonder that I refuse to help my out fijS longer They had a large amount of securities couldnt got rid and chat was ttte direct cause of the It shows what a market thoro Iswhon you hold Investment lien and cannot even eoll What class of securities were they overloaded In I dont to say further that they dently and got themselves In a hole they ought not to have got I am not I am only v Keene declined to glvu out nay set to take the gloomiest view of the financial A large number of his friends were at the hotel see him and be kept busy with conferences until a very Revenge on Keene for his war on Union Pacific and Metropollta declared to be At the ot the downfall ot his sonlnlaVfl Deadly bloj powerful and put an end to his career In Wall and John RooHsteller part Last Apry Mi Interview tbitf meana to ruin U o e a e e owna o s spnnawfl blows meant tor were aimed at the firm by some of trie l interests In Wall who said to to getKij
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