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   World (Newspaper) - September 17, 1903, New York, New York                                Weather Toraeast OOOLEnV FALL HOUSE AND HOME SEASON IS SUNDAY WORLD MAKES HOMEHUNTING THE THREE TIME RATE MAKES THE COST LOW AND THE RESULT Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to Forecast NO NEED TO BE WITHOUT WORK IF YOU ARE TEN THOUSAND WORKERS CALLED FOR EVERY WEEK IN THE WORLDS WANT THERES PLENTY TO liy tlic Press Piililisliiue STetv York NEW SEPTEMBER CESTT In Greater New Yurie mill I TWO OIOXTS ontaiile of Greater New York nnrt Jersey City and on Committee by Unanimous V VoteIndorses Mayor for Re 1 Domination and Speakers Ridicule that If Mayor Low should be nominated It would be difficult for the fusion lead ers to get money with which to finance the Tho fusion managers already are assured of all the money need to carry on the fight for non partisan government of the CHOICE OF LOW AT CONVENTION I Seligman Elected Treas 1 urer and Fusion Managers Will Have Ample Mayor Low was unanimously Indorsed tor remxmlnatton and DistrictAttorney Jeromes attaick uipon himWas greeted rMtoule at a meeting of the City Committee of the Citizens Union last at the Sixteenth street headquar The altthough It has about hundred and twentyfive Kcted as one man in resenting Jeromes attackon the and there was enthusiastic applause when a unan imous was reached to support Irtvr for a second Tie suggested nomination of Edwarg Girout for Comptroller and Charles Fornes for President of the Board of iAldermen also met with the unanimous of the The action of the meeting was a keen to thefriends of Dis trictAttorney and the Low men mtttrteA afUrward that it meant the complete fizzle of Jeromes efforts to force Mayor Low off the All Borougrhs There a full representation from the Queens and from all of the bor oughs bhe low sentiment was unmis Opportunity to express the of his and each district leader alao was One after an they spoke for Mayor DistrictAttorney Jerome Had any par Ittoans to the meeting they made no ef to turn the tide against Tlhe test of the Low sentiment came Iwthen Fulton head of the presented the report of the Cttizens Union Conference reoommendtaig the renomination of Mayor Comptroller Grout Al dermantc President Cutting that he would Hike to hear from eVery district In the greater and member of the committee was al one mlnufe in which to express tols views and those of his the of the spcechmaking about half a dozen of the committee men said that they had been the renomlnatlon of Mayor be lieving that the situation demanded an independent Democrat at the head of the But in every it was said after the these leaders ex pressed their willingness to support and pledged their best efforts to further his Certiiiit to Be When the last of the commltteemcn had been heard and it was found that the delegates were was loud which was Sieard in the outer rocms of the head quarters and In the The result was accepted as settling all question as to Lows and his nomination by the Clti Convention next Wednesday night was predicted as an absolute During the evenings discussion ref was made several times to Dls Russell and two objec one of the delegates Whereat was general Th Incident showed the feeling of the Union leaders on the Dlstrlcl riAttorneya Letter Will Help cannot see how Jeromes as manlfesto can fail to MINISTER AGAINST MERCY TOTHEVANWOBMER dorwln Drgren Odcll Not to Save Iliem from Electric Odell gave a hearing today on the application of Van Wormer awalt tholr Peter at Co lutnbia onChristmas representing eleven of the Jury which Van appeared in opposition to the and a Christian the of argued for the Infliction the death A peti tion signed by 263 residents of the vi cinity of the crime also urged that the Governor show no ExJudge Ryder of who was orglnally detailed to defend the argued for the pleading among other things their lack of child hood oare through their mothers early Odell said he would render a de cision by WINDOWS STEEPLES VANS BLOWN OVER IN HURRICANES WILD DASH THROUGHNEW YORK SURVIVES Did MarlconI Owe OTis Escape to an Overdose of Electricity Special to The GLENS electric current bf volts passeid through Joseph an employee of the Hudson River Water Power Company at Spier He accidentally walked into two live the points of con tact toehrg at the head and on one He was knocked unconscious was badly burned where the current entered and left tout otherwise seems little the worse for his He was treat ed at the Electrocution at New York State pris ons are done with less than A possible explanation of the immunity enjoyed Hn the case at Glens Falls is suggested by Charles an elec trica1 who propounds the the ory that overdose of electricity acts like ah overdose of which the system throws off without serious BLAZING TOCKETS KILL Fatal Explosion in it Staten Island Louis of 157 Jewett ave Port a In the Consolidated Fireworks at Granltevllei was alone there last all the workmen having He was In the finishing on the floor of which were piled several hundred There was an explosion the superintendent hurried to the works and found the finishing house in The firemen soo extlgulshed the fire ad found Kopel the horribly He was taken to the Smith where he There was in the room a small stove for dryeing out finished and is supposed that Koppel opened the door and he back draught sot fire to the Several Persons Many and Great Damage Done on in the Harbor and Along the Shore by Storm from Out at BROADWAY WINDO WSSMASHED FLATIRON SCENE OF Steeple of Bartholomews Church Threatens to on the Williamsburg Bridge Driven Crawling from Positions of Utmost Heroes Save Woman from Yacht Sinking Off New Disease Is Catarrhal and Physicians Say an Oper ation Probably Will Wot KNOCKS JUDGE OFF Court Only So Ite oorrter Doird Locks Up When Police Recorder Thomas at North fined Nicholas Clickner for disorderly conduct yester day the prisoner sprang upon the bench with two welldelivered sent off his chair and into a Recorder Dowd called Court Officer Lawrence Fahn to help but the latter only The Recorder re gained his feet and hustled Clickner into a He then returned and eject ed the still grinning Mayor Smalley sent Clickner to jail for thirty days for assaulting the Re A complaint was also preferred against the court said Cutting after the It can certainly do no harm Lows and I believe it will Bo There nray have been a few iwaverlmj Democrats mho thought that Democrat should have been I they i wflir be driven to the Fusion The letter crystallize and solidify the sentiment and will make it strong In that it will have a good I dont expect to hear anything more like it from The gen eral opinion among the Fusion leaders la that the letter will help our The isenWment for ils to be very With the ex jCeptlon of two gentlemen who made speeches here and a few other who expressed themselves in favor of an Independent tho entire Cltj Committee was enthusiastic Mr Low The cheering for and his nomination was rati floti even the men who an Independent Democrat say they woujd work hard for i Plenty of Money for i City Chamberlain Gouldre signed sas Treasurer of the Citizens and Isanc Sellgmun was it elected as his successor Thijre was nnMft among Citizens Union over DENSLAWGETSfrlVORCE Is a cvr York Artlit and Sreclnl to The Annie Dens wife of a Xew York artist and obtained a di vorce today because of Denslaw Is the Illustrator of the Wlz ard of Oz book and of modern Mother Goose The couple were married seven years INDEX TO 2 r 8 Autumn u banking Alinan 4 loaru 5 i liUBilieps u 4 J 8 10 l 7 DADCK B 7 7 s 6 Meetgu u 4 li 6 1 2 Rooms to 2 Goud Interest Kor 1 Jlelu 2 llclli 2 8 t C Houses 1 Houses B 8 B l lAtindry Male Laundry Fenmlo 13 12 2 8 o 5 7 C 6 8 1 Morteaife 9 7 l 7 H 7 6 J iu DOB Hiifl 7 rrofessicuui Bltua Purchase 6 4 o 9 8 Heal Estate for 9 0 B 6 7 Island u n a 7 9 s 8 u 7 Out of the 98 Real Estate to 0 Real Estate E Kit e Simtlnx 8 6 bjiortsuiona Goods 8 fi i Unfurnished Houses lift til 1 Lnfurnffihed Booms 2 I Wanted tl H Special to The CHICAGO followln bulletin was Issued this Afternoon b the physicians attending Sir Thoma at tho Auditorium Annex The colitis and catarrha is proKressiiiE Cavorabij and the condition of the patient is sal HOMER GEOiRGE NICHOLiAS According to medical experts catarrhs appendicitis is not at all an does not necessarilj mean an operation The percentage of results 1 appendicitis is said to be no over 1 in Catarrhal appendlritis is frequently the forerunner of acute anc when it reaches stape surgeon knife is usually considered consultation thp physicians In attendance upon Sir Thomas Dlpton is sued this bulletin at U The condition of the patient contin ues Opiates were apraln administered ti the patient tonight to give him reliel from The question of an said depends Uipon the prog ress of the malady and the rallying power of the iAt present Sir Thomas is doing iHe lifts a fiooc sound constitution and it is responding Tho padient has not ivet been Informed of the true character of his 0tr Thomas was in so muclh pain las nlgrht that mtonphine waG aldimanisterec to Induce It ils said that the pain diminished toward morning and that the patienit obtained four hours After awaking the pain The symptoms mioteH to the cxaml naIOon of Sir whicli are said toy Webster to pioiint unmistakably to the fact that the Baronets aliment Is are described by him as follows We found that ouir patient was Buf fering from pains of intense colicky nature In the regiton of appedlix there was ran the rlsht side of the body and localized ipirtsssure atbompanled Should suppuration It miffht be declined to perform an at the eame time treatment might commend iltself even If such a did not In bho case the operation would probably be performed In the Interval between acme as was true In the case of the operation performed by Sir Frederick King Ini any Thomass chances for surviving an operation are He is In good health otherwise and has an excellent conttinued will done to give Sir Thomas the best possible show for his He will have the best attention we cnn fflvc him and the most skilled at We appreciate the IntenseIn terest takcm in Sir Illness by thn and for this reason details will be readily to J3annet have poured In from New York and other Eastern and number of messages arrived from across the Atlantic Inquiring na to Jits erudition and expressing sympathy for him in his for KvnnV Ale HorBfortljt AciiJ hulldn up Ihft jntlio uhvalcal A tonlo and the Storm Was A pale from out iait It tirst struck NBW Jersey coast ait 6 and travelled It was not the PlOrida Velocity of wind in Mew 51 to 63 miles an Time of storma to Worst galo experienced here since What It Did in NewYork Smashed many store windows on Broadway and all over Mado the neighborhood of the Flatiron Building dangerous for persons on foot and In Swept people from there feet ex nosccl Weakened tlio spires of many especially that of Bartholomews Madlsoji Worst Blow the Drove men from work on the WflK lamsburg Bridge and tall Blocked highways with blowndown Crippled telegraph and telephone What It Did on the Waters Covered the beaches of Staten Gravesend and the Sound with wreckage of yachts and sail craft Damaged the Cup defender Rellancr at City Sank the yacht off New from which two young swimming from rescued Jenkins Gave the Rooseyelt and their guests on the Navy yacht coming through Hell an hour of Imminent Drove the steamboat Spring with eleven includ ing women andtwo babies Who wore Seen 5inee Sum mer of THB of WEAKENED WE He Swears Recently Wedded Pair Begged and Next Day Child Was Special to and both members of wealthy and prominent families of thi Fayette were put on trial to day charged with murdering their i fant child on July The couple were married on and the child was iborn on July les Ihan seven months Judge of Is ore Medical experts are here from Philadelphia to determine the o Lilly testified tqday tha ctlleJ to thei Mr Arnold said to his wife tell the doctor wihat you and thus prompted said I cannot and not keei this and I want you to kill And Arnold Youmust kll Lilly says fie placed his hand on his and said he would kill both them before he would the childs On starting to he Mrs Arnold said to him dont tell iny one had this Upon visiting the house day Lilly found the child dead and Four physicians who were at the post lortem testified that the child was well and had no andthat eathapmrently resulted fromasphlxla lon or PRESIDENT IN THROUGH HELL GATE ON CUT HIS HEAP NEARLY V Wntcrlmrr Teaiiinter Mfc nriitli a Bread Special to The homaa a entered the jenox lunchroom today and ordered ham As the laid own the knife with which he cut ffie rread Scully picked It up and began uttiiig his throat before amirror on he He nearly decapitated him and died within ftye Sur eons had to take a score of stitches n Scullys neck after life was extinct o hold the head on his johnrn Curti ill throat and luni The Mfe of President Roosevelt was in serious jeopardy at height of the hurrlciina He was on the navy yacht Sylph lUhroughout the travelling from Oyster Bay to Ellis Isl With him were their son Kermlt and a smal party of The Sylph was built for pleasure Cruising and Is not safe boat in the kind of storm What swept the coast Those on board were seriously alarmed for a and so flungerouH wati iheir condition considered that hnr officers were afiald to go the asplstance of men on a sinking t which they passnd while golnt through Hell The pilot of tin Sylph that if ho put the yaoh about to rimalongside the tug she would certainly The Sylph left Oyster Bay at A In addition to the Ms wlf and there were on board Mrs of New a friend of Mrs Gordon a young of Kormit Roosevelt Frank C of the Bay Board of Jacob of Har vard University of Colum bla Grant Da of this city Sec retary force of stenographers and three Secret Service Storm When Uhe start was made from Oy ster Bay the weather was only threat and the command er of tlio navy had no Idea of the force of the storm that was com lieifore the Sylph got well into the Sound the nain began to opme driving Richards and the tiwo boys Into the cab The President aind several of his guests remained on deck until the rap Idly growing wind and torrential rain forced them They climbed down a small hatchwav leading to the Ine auaitors of and then the hatchway cover wafl fastened The fierce wind soon klrkod up a mighty which tosned the Sylph about as If ibeen Preston had taken the precaution to engage a Hell Gate WillHam forthe and he had charge of the southeast Rale was blowing al most true In the coarse of the kcltlnsr up Ji sea ivhlch she rodo fore and Had the been abetvm It Is a auestinn In the minds of her officers f she would have out the When Ihe Sylph was off Willetts Point Ihe hurricane was at Its Fronton considered for a time the ofheadlng the yacht into one f the bays which cut tho jong Island but It was deemed to put the Sylph aoout beam on o the force of the Whenever the wind shifted hit he yacht on the quarter it heeled Ihe Ight vespfrl over to a danigeroua Willelts it was estimated he gale was blowing more thsm sixty miles an hourror full hurricane few minutes the how of the Sylph dipped Into solid water and tons of the brine rumbling the full length of ipr The brwifTP of tV nun was ilnd down by tlw crew anfl cpyered with oanvaa to prevent It from being swept ovnr Tlic ProHidcnt showed no hut clmltiiiff with ills He did not know nl tile rcal of a IK innin of the iifllivrs of the yacht lold ihim was any Whon thn Sylph was npnrlng Iloll Gale those on deck saw sinking til about a quarter of a mile Near her big tlireemaKlnd nnrt It was Keen that bout had IICCMI put out from the lattor in rosrnn thoHO on inn When the Sylph got of llin Ing it that Hie hn U IKK gone iown on a sunken HIT inn tnp of Iior pilolhoiisn iiioknstaok were nbovn all tlio roKl of hor Two men could lie seen ciliiglns in Snrno of Iho sullors on tlin Sylph vol unteered to man H boat to rrfcun the on thn but Pilot Brainard Ihat If he put Iho yacht ahnut to It possible to lower a snyill liio Sylph would he driven on the rocks and President who was scaled up know noitihing of the peril of the men on the tug until later in the her and the two small boys saw the sinking craft from the windows of the Stopped by a When the Sylph reached a point op posite the Now York Yacht Club land Ing she came to It was the original plan to put Roosevelt the two Prof Hart and Farge Rthorc at that The navyyard tug com manded by been sent to Intercept the Sylph at that Powhatan signalled Sylph that the storm off the Battery wias boo heavy for the President to at tempt to make a anding at Ellis li Pre9ton communicated thisto the President Roosevelt The Immigrants are landed In such weather as and If they ran do It I dont see why I cant make the iand In response to signals from tho Pow batan It was finally decider to run the Sylph Into the Brooklyn Navy Yard and romaln In the shelter of Waliabout Bay until the hurricane Roosevelt and the others in ontled landing Twentythird street eft the Sylph at the Navy oosevelt and Kermlt going to the of her Douglas Rear Admiral commandant it the Navy visited the President m the and at told him he storm had aibated to lermit of a safe trip to Ellis A start was at once made anrl at he Sylph came to an anchor off Ihe Isl The was Hi blowing from lie ami there n big sea ii that the launches of the Sylph coulil lot safely be The Immigration cutter Oham was sent out to the and after fifteen minutes manoeuvring nanagecl to get rllie Provi Loeb and tlie Secret Service men mnde quick umps over the of the Chamberlain mrt a few minutes later were safely For tlic CoiinoiN London Cigai For three hours yesterday Greater New York and Its vicinity sustained the shock of a It came in from the sea with destructive lashod the shores of Long Staten Is land and New York and wrecked shipping In Its path before it swept throunli the city with a velocity of more Uian sixty miles an The tempest was chained with whlc Hooded the entered street cai and L trains and drove with Wine Ing fury ajralnst nedestrtans tardy 1 soeklmr places of There were several and mam nersons were Iniured In all parts of th Buildings were shaken by the inces sant many were unroofed and from some tenants fled In pinic Along Broadway the tempest made destructive It snatched away Insecurely fastened bowled over ripped out scores of plnte guise anrl flung the dob inhout with a force wihlch made the perilous for There was an oppressive humidity throughout the storm which led thou sands to believe that it came from the hurricaneswept Southern Fore caster Emery said tihls was not the The storm was really an ocean borne toward the city by a Tho blasts had the warmth of a The Weather Bu reau recorded the highest wind ve locity of 63 mile an but the ane mometer In the Arsenal at Central Park registered the velocity at 67 miles an and In tlhe vicinity of the Flat iron Building It approached at times miles an Children Held In Lives were constantly Imperilled throughout the city while the storm was at Its This was about the noon when the forenoon sessions of the publicschools Thousands of children were not allowed to leave the hulldings damger was buildings fled from their perilous posi tions and work on the exterior of build ings in the storm centres of Manhat tan and Brooklyn was at a standstill for three In those sections of Manhattan and Brooklyn where shade trees the streets were made Impassable by fallen trunks and It was In these sections that the tempest was most ter The wind lashed rthe tearing away leaves and which were whirled about in darkening Huge trunks were snapped at the giound and crashed against causing many thousands of dollars of Palling trees carried wlththem telegraph and telephone wires and both acrVices woru crippled throughout New York There was need of lights in the ottice and in all the street cars and L the lights were turned Gusts of Increasing constantly prevailed until 10 when the forerunner of the hurricane awept In from the ami from that until nearly 1 for luncheon until the Workmen on Greater New York trembled under assaults of wind and rain not enced since the storm of Traffic was crippled by the Bate beat Into surface and L many passengers raised umbrellas for Exciting scenes were wit nessed on the several of the boats havlnig a desperate struggle to their In the was frightful added to the terrors of and Hats and umbrellas were torn from their bearers and cloth ing was There many cases of women and children being thrown down In the streets and bowled over and over by the Storm at Hie In an area of Which the Flatiron Build bhat colossal monument of was the centre the tempest iplayed greatest havoc In Thousands of persons submitted to a drenching to watch the spectacle For two hours the structure was enshrouded with whirling blasts whose course Was painly marked by driving sheets of From office buildings which commanded a from the Fifth Avenue Hie Bartholdi and tho upper stories of the Hoffman House spectators watched the In view of the accident alt 3 when some of the terira ornamentation fell from the twentieth story to the fear was expressed generally among the specta tors when the storm was at Its height that disaster would befall the A man In the Fifth Avenue Hotel crowd offered to wager that the ibuiiaing be dismantled by the On the nineteenth story of the Broad way aide had been erected a framework on which several men were working when tho tempest broke about sought refuge A few minutes later a blast ripped framework and scantling 30 feet 2 Inches thick and a foot wide whirled to the There were a dozen of these weighing about 200 pounds Driven like arrows by the they were shot to the A Broadway escaped the narrowly Passengers in car and jumping to tha led to doorwaiys through the A illltle girl seeking to take advantage f a lull In the tsmpest started across iroadway from the Bartholdi he next instant a blast knocked her own and rolled her toward a iLexlng on avenue She was iwlthin a few nches the wheels when Po1icesman Salle dragged her back and carried er In his arms to the where a heering crowd watched tlhe Dletv Awtiy a Moving A furniture van drawn by a team of orses was forced to stop on Its way up nifth avenue at the side entrance ol Ilia latlron An unusually nslaught overturned the van In s winkling and forced It clear across tha treet with the river could not regain his so verpowering was the and ragged himself into the shelter of the Two women attempted to cross venue at Once the fearful they were pro elled toward the Isle of to which hey clung tor an instant before a nd gust raised them off their feet and   

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