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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Newspaper) - May 23, 1902, Brooklyn, New York Y / ? ? ?. ? ? / w the Brooklyn daily Eagle. New York. Friday. May 23. 1902. M t s c e x a a n e o try. Flu Oitto Soozi r s i Racli to s3 Good or bad Teeth not bad of r Good Teeth into every bottle of Sozo dont h As been poured the experience and reputation of fifty years in the making of High Grade to i l e t articles. We pledge ourselves of its perfect purity and sup port the claim with analyses by chemists of the highest repute. Bogus e m e u s tick ets. Everywhere o r by the Price 25c. Sozo dont tooth pow sold mail for Der. 25c. . Liquid and powder t oftener 70c. Refuse substitutes. Hall & Ruckel new Yorac pres Iden t of Chrome Stee l co. Only disposed of about a third of his property. W Hole estate is $ 6 0 00 0 0. C Harges of u Ndue in fluence m Ade a g a in s t jul d g e c Onlin an d o thers. H is to by of the e Case. A la e r t r Eimer i t i s a alleged sold them to s storekeepers. Albert Relmer who gave h is address As 242 w e s t n in e t Ieth s t r e e t. M Manhattan was held to a a y in the m Yrtle Avenue court by mag i s t r a t e Naumer on a tech Ica l charge of v a Ranc for the purpose of invest Iga t ing a m o r e ser ious charge h a t of rep re sen t ing h Imse l f a s an Agen t and inspect to r of l i Tho � g r a p h s in the f o rep a g h & Sells b Roth e is show. He was a r r e s t e d by ulcer s. Minerly. Chord Long to ? the s tory told in c o u r t. Relmer was in the e h a b i t of going a to u n d am Ong be r to in s to Rek keep ers and r e p � r e be n t in g the a t he w As an Agen t for the show in quest Ion and then of be l l ing to the p a r t i e s t i c k e t s vary ing in Price f rom 10 to 25 cents. T he " t i c k e to consisted of p la in pieces of p a p e which did n o t even con to in the e Nam e of t h e show b u t s imply the words " dolt b e a r e r and then a s in n a to re. F. H a r � per who is the official a g e a t and inspector of l i the o g a p h s of the e f o re p a u g h show told m a g is t r a the n a m or t h a t some one had been w o re in g the e schem e of be l l ing bogus t Icke to for some t in e p a s t. R e Amer said t h a t he k n e w n o thing a b o u t the e alleged Sale of t ick � e t s t h a t he l ived in c a life in a and was a c o m p a a t in e s t r a n g e r Here. The accused w As held in j200 Ball and the Case was a d � to u in e d u n t i l to Morrow. A fee r an a t the m p t before surrogate Church some m o n the s ago to secure the and m in is t a � t Ion of a Large p a r t of t h e e s Tate of the e late c Harles p. Haughlan. Which w As n o t specifically devised by will by j a m is h Augh Lan of 36 Covert s t Reeta b Roth e r of the de ceased. And which failed a con Tes t Over the probate of the e will has now been begun by the filing to Day in the county c Lerk s office of the summons and com Pla in t in an act Ion to t e s t us Validity. With the sum m on a n d com Pla in t is an o re e r for the service by publication of the sum m on upon Sarah h hug Lanone of the n sex t of Kin and a Lega tee in d e r the e will. The l a t t e r l Ives a t 149 Hewes s t ree to u t is said to be now stopping tem Polar i by in new Hampshire. The g rounds for the e con Tes t a re t h a t the execution o f the e will was procured by undue influence and a l leg a t to n s a re tade in which the name of judge Lewis Conlon one. Of the executors is mentioned. T he Testa to r. Charles p. Haugh Andied on May 1. 1900. During h is life he was a Well know n res Iden t of the e e Aste in d is t r in t and the president of the Chrome steel company. He died Worth nearly $600,000. By h i s will of a n u a by 19, 1897. H Augh Lan Lef t to h i s exec u to misjudge Conlon Thomas i. Jones for m Erly the private Sec re tary of the deceased and Thomas e. C Khrysta Lin t r u s t the sum of $50,000, with directions to pay Over the in come to his s is Terlann and m arg Are t Haughlan during the e i r lives with remainder to the e survivor. He left $10,000 to his Nephew Charles p. H Augh Lan $10,000 to his n dec is a h Hughlan $10,000 to mrs. Cath ? a r in e Chrysta la a Arm Friend of the family to j o h n Kennedy of 46 s Stuyvesant Street m Manhattan$1,000 to the t rus tees of the free l Ibra by of the e general. Society of mechanics and. Tradesmen of the City of new York $5,000 to Thom As Chrystal in l leu of his commissions As an executor and in addition $10,000, and to Thom As i. Jones the e sum of $5,000 in lieu of commissions. To judge con Lon the e t e s to to r gave $10,00 in Cash and ten so a re s of the e capital Stock of the e Chrome steel works in addition to his fees and com As an executor. The will was witnessed by judge John Henry Mccarthy j. M. F its in m on of m an h a t Tan. J a m e s h Hughlan. T h e b Roth e re r in g s the s u i t under the p Rov Ision of Sec t Ion 2,653a of t h e civil code and he a so s t h a t the valid i to of the e p to b a the of the e Wil l be d e term in de and t h a t i t be adjudged invalid and void on the g round of fraud t e s to m e n tary i Capac i to an d undue influence. He a l leg is t h a t his b r o the e r was of unsound m ind a n d incapable o f m a in g a will and t h a t the e e ecu Tion of t h e a alleged will w As procured by undue influence exercised by jul d g e Conlin and o the e is Unkn o w n to the e p lain Tiff. A glance a t the bequests of the e w ill shows t h a t i t did no t devise m Ore t h a n a t h i re of t h e la re e Esta theand the e c o n the s to n t s b to u g h t a p proceed ing to have the e a d m in i s t r a t to n of t h e in devised p o r t Ion of the e s Tate turned o v e r to him. He claimed by counsel that w h i be the exec to is could a d m in i s t e r the specific legacies they had no r in h t o r a � the o r i t y to a d m in is the r t h a t p o r t to n of the., e s t a t e which w As n o t be u eath de a n d to a p a r t of which j a m e s h a g h Lan would even t � u a l by become in t i t be d a f t e r the p Rov is ions of t h e win had been Ca r r red out. H e also so u g h t to compel the exec to is to re n d e r an in m Edia the account. S u r to g a the Church ruled a g a i n s t this App Lica t Ion and the e a p a l is n o w before the a ppe l late division. I f t h e will is b Roken i t will c u t off the up e � civic legacies which a m o u n t to $115,000, and the e e s Tate will go to the e c o n the s Tan who is n o t. Mentioned in the e will m a re a re t Haugh Ian. The s i s t e r of the deceased and Sara h a. H Augh Lana Niece. T he con the s Tan tin a r ious p Rocee Edings a g a in s t the e executors has been r e p re sen Ted ? by of u r s e to of a t to in by including John d. Ban Fieker of b Rook Lyn b oarsman p l a t t & Seletty sex judge Browne and George h. Cur t is. Who re p re be n to him in the p re be n t Case. T h e counsel for the e executors a r e j a m e s a. Wilson and a Lexander Van w a g n e r of the l a w firm of w Ilson & Van w Agner. The e Charm did not work. A Sta b b in g a feb a y. A Row Over a game of Pool resulted in a s Tab b in g affray in flatus la Las t night. Accord ing to the s tory told by the police. Sam � Uel Newell 26 years old of e As t forty fifth an d Fen More s t Reet got into a Row Over a Pool game a t the hotel of Michael Pope 379 r u t Lan d Road and when things d in t go to h is Lik ing he invited the Boss to go o u t in the e s t ree t and Settle it. The Boss was willing a n d they were hav ing it hot and heavy until so m e b y s to n d or in the re red. Then Newell d Rew for the his Jack knife and stabbed Pope in the e left b reas the left a pm and the neck. P o p e s in jul r ies were dressed by or. Mur Ray. The super in Tenden t of the Kingston ave n u e Hospital of r contagious diseases and the e n the grand s t ree t station was Noti fied. Jack Fallon the Brooklyn Strong boy w As taken from his Post in fron t of the s to t to n House and sent o u t to investigate. H e found Newell a t his Homeland arrested h in. Pope was in the f ambush court to Day bandaged heavily to press the complaint a g a in s t his a sea i Lan t. Newell was held in $500 bail to r examination. A new to red o boat. I n v e n to r b believes i t s successfully solves the e q question of s bum Arine n Avig a Tio n. Special to the e Eagle w Ashing to May 23the naval commit t be of the House gave a hear ing to Day to t h o m a s k. Moriarty for y e a is the m Echan Ica l expert in t h e employ of t h e United s tates government a t the torpedo s tation in new Portr. I. Or. Moriarty is the invent to r of a new to r � Pedo Boa t the a t he believes successfully solves t h e quest Ion of sub Arine navigation. He told the e com m it tee How the new c a f t worked a n d explained i to Peculiar advantages Over o the e r s in Ila r inventions. M o r la r to s b o a t is a c Iga r shaped affair of b Ronze p la Tesa b o u t ten fee t Long t h r e e feet deep and five fee t wide. Beneath this Iesu a Pended the w hit head torpedo in a f ram e r f rom which it is propelled by compressed a in when the o p e a to r has approached n e a r the m Ark. The Moriarty torpedo Boa t is opera Ted by o n e Man and its inventor claims t h a t its construct t Ion is so s simple and i to size so so a la t h a t it will in t Ime necessarily become p a r t of the equip ent of a la our battleships. Or. Moriarty told the committee the a t h is b o a to could be made for a o u t $5,000 each an d were economical in their operation and m Ain tenancy. The naval c of m it tee informed the e invent t o r t h a t if the Navy d Par then t would in do use his Boa t i t would favor appropriating sufficient Money to build one of the new Craf t f o r experimental purposes. The Navy d e p a r to e n t h a s a l read y endorsed som e of or. M o Ria r to s o the e r inventions. Rice w o n t admit hers married n e Ith e r virile h e d Eny t h a t h e an d m is. M Mcleod a re no w m an an d w Ife. B u r g u in m e e t s death Iii Fig h t w Ith polic e. Desperate r u n n in g Bat t be with pistols in Harlem Early this morning. To o other thieves captured. M in h and looted a n optical e s to b Lis h � m e n t a n d f o u g h t u n til a m m u n i Tio n g ave out. Coloured m an $7.85, h e says of r bed b Bandage b u t got n o Job. N of p Roseau Tes. Even though Arthur Dowell a Young col ored Man of 11 b of Iva r s t r e e did p u t on a Bandage of red f Lannel and w o re i t around h is Waist Between his under an d out r c loth � ing for six m months to is of t of a Job and t h a t was w a t b to u g h t him in to the Myrtle Avenue court to Day. T he ban d a e is w hat is known am Ong the coloured p to lessors of occult science As a Good t in e s come a a in " Charm and is supposed to be a pow Erfu l Aid to Prosperity. Any Way or. Dowell said he paid $7.85 for the e p r in i lege of owning i t. The Bandage was of a o u t the e Usua l size worn by Vete rans who suffer f rom re e u m a to s m. I t had two s to Ings which k e p t i t in place a piece of Black r in b o n for Decora t Ive effect and a Small so u a re of flannel in w hich the p a r t ice la r influence to r Good w Assa id to re s t. Dowell s Tate d t h a t be of re p u t t in g on the e Bandage he us b m fitted to a course of Massage and told the Cour t t h e r e s t of the s to Ryas follows in the l a t the r p a r t of l a s t n o v pm b or mrs. L cure t a Matthews of 372 c Lasson Avenue came to him and p rom ised t o g e t h in employ m ent. She said she possessed g r e a t Power of r Good but t h a t he m us t of l Low h e r d i rec � tons. He paid his Money to t h e woman b u t he declared in the e m o s t Posi t Ive t e pm s t h a t the Charm had failed to work. Consequently a summons was issued for mrs. M at thew s to appear before m a is t rate n Amerin the m Vyrtle Avenue court to Day. Mrs. M at thew s appeared somewhat a s ton Shedan d said t h a t she knew n o the in g a o u t t h e t r a n s a c t to n whatsoever. The Case was a d to u red to May 14. The m a r bag e of Melvin a. Rice to h a t t i e b. Macleod who w As first named and a f t e r � w Ard w withdrawn a s correspondent in the s u i t upon which mrs. Rice secured a divorce h a s been re m o red of r some time and was con firmed to Day by the m of t in t in a Tefr Send or. Rice h a s in Brooklyn. Mrs. Macleod owns nearly a m in l Ion do Llars Worth of p Rop e r Tyle f t h e r by Donald w. Macleod h e r aged husband who died december 8. A f t e r a to n g illness d u r in g which his b Roth e r s and s i s t e r s w Ere b a r re d f rom h is House. Rice will n o t a d m i t the e m Arr bag enor Wil l h e deny it. H e a y s he does it care w a t is published a Bou t it. Go ahead and w r i the w a t you please i t w i l l be s a t is fac to by to m a he said. To d o n t care w h e the e r you say i pm m a r r in d o r s Ingle. Jul s t go ahead and make a Good s to by o f i t " d o n t you p re be r to have the t Ruth pub l is h e d ? was asked. No to Tell you the t Ruthi dont care one Way or the o the e r answered Rice so i l � ing in a very p Lea a n t an d Happy Way. The Story was t h a t Rice and mrs. Macleod h a d m a r red in j a n u a by soon a f the r the death o f or. Macleod and the Issue of the divorce decree to mrs. Rice and t h a t the ceremony w a s perform de e i the e r la f to r Ida or new Jersey. One thing i ill say said Rice " i s t h a t i d id n t m Arry in be r s e y o r f to r id a and t h a t w h in i re turn de f rom f to r id a w As s t i la a s Ingle m an. Except in t h a t i am a m Arr red m Ana s i have been for seven Yea Sand As i u Enders tand i Sha l l a always be. I f i Rem pm � b e r correctly. I w a in it free to m a r by Aga in in Jan u a by. I dont Rem pm b or the dates. I suppose the e divorce decree secured by mrs. R ice forbids a n o the e r m a r bag e in this s Tate u t i Don t see w by i go to an o the e r s t a the and m a r r y if i wanted to. ? at 786 c arro l l s t re e t mrs. Macleod is s t i la known As mrs. Macleod. These re a n t s r e � be rred to h e r by t h a t name. They p re tended n o t to know any mrs. Rice. Rice says he is l iving a t 239 e a s t t w Elf the s Treef la Bush. H e is head of the e Campbell & Rice civil service school a t 13 Willoughby s t r e e t and is doing a. T h r in i n g business there. The a Plegat ions made in court re la t Ive to mrs. A Cleodys alleged r e s t r a in t of h e u s � band before h is d eath were very Sensa t Iona l. Or. M Mcleod s b Roth e is claimed the a t she was keeping him away from them to Preven t his h e a r in g of the e r in e divorce Case. F red e r ick n. Cryer mrs. Macleod s lawyer c claimed a f t e r or. A Cleodys d eath the a t the e old m an knew a l l a o u t the divorce us i t and signed a s t a the m e n t e x o n Era t in g h is wife. Mrs. Mac Leod secured n e a r Lyall the Fortune Lef t by h e r husband b u t the b Roth e is were left $25,000 each. I t was understood t h a t the $25,000 legacies w Ere Given to p Reven t a con the s t of the will. A f t e r an exciting Chase Between three policemen. A p r in a the w Atchman and three Bur g Lar thro u g h the s t r e e t s of h a r be m Early t h is m Orn ing. W a l the r w Hite of 20 w is t one h u n d re d and t w e n t Ieth Street. M an h a than one of the b u re la r s was shot a n d killed by p a t room a n Guido w. Bock of t h e b ast one h undred and f o u r the Street s to t to Nin a fun s i l lad e o f so o to f rom both sides. The t r a g � Edy occurred on p a r k Avenue b e tween one h u n d re d an d t h in t e e n the and one Hundred and f o u r teen the s t re e to. After the e am m uni t Ion on both sides had been exhausted w h i t e is two companions were Cap to red in the h a l Way of a House in one h u n d red and t w e of the s t ree to Here they had t a k e n Refuge. Corne lius Gallagher private Watchm an who is employed to Patro l third Avenue be � tween one Hundred and sixth a n d one h u n � dred and s in teen the s t re e to noticed three men a t in g suspiciously in the doorway of the Globe optical c of Pany s p rom uses on the g to u n d floor of an a p a r to e n t h o u be a t 2,068 t h ird Avenue. He concealed h Imse l f in a doorway on the opposite Side of the s t re e t a n d w a etched the men who finally entered the e s Tore. He waited and in a o u t ten m in � u Tes the m in came out of the s to re walked to one Hundred and f o u r teen the s t r e e t and t u r n e d w est Ard. As soon a s they had turn e d the e Corne Gallagher r a n through one Hundred and t h in teen the Street to near Lex ing ton Avenue w Here he m e t policemen Bock k Ennedy and Pretorius. W Ith the e the r e e policemen he ran North to Lexington a v in u e and saw the Reo b u re la r s on one h u n d re d a n d f o h r the e n the s t r e e Between Lex ing ton and p a r k avenues. They were w a la in g rap id by w est Ard and when they h e a re foot Steps behind them they broke into a re n. Bock led the pursuers e a c h of whom d re w his Revo Lver and commanded the Fugi t Ives to h a l t. In s Tead of doing so the Bur g la r s still Runn ind Rew revolvers and fired a t the policemen and watchmen who re turned the e fire. W h in the e b u re la r s reached p a r k Avenue they turn de South and ran u n d e r the Iron v iad u c t of the new York c entry l an d Hudson r in e r r Railroad. As they reached the viaduct Avite d e l in e rate by s topped and to r n in g a b o u t took a care fun l a in a t Bock. B before he had t in e to pull the t r in g e r of his Rev o la e r two so o to a n g o u tone from the pistol in Bockus h a n d and one from p re to r in s weapon and the m a n pitched for Ard on his face with a b u l be t wound in h is forehead. P a t r o pm a n k Ennedy took charge of the by in g m an while the e o ther policemen end the e w a chm an continued the Chase a f the r w h i t e is companions. The Exchange of shots s t i l l continued. B oth fugitives a u to one h u n d re d a n d t w Elf the s t re e t a n d turned to w Ard Madison Avenue. At the c o m e r of t h a t a v in u e a n d one h undred and t w Elf the s t re e t s Tood policemen Browne Nehill and w i Gold and a p r Iva the watchman n am de James d Dougherty. They had heard the e shots and w Ere try ing to locate the d i rec t to n whence the e sounds came when the two fugitives a p e a re d a t the e o the e r end of the Block. Bros n e in he in Weigold and the p r in a the Detec t in e a t once Drew the e i r revolvers and blazed a w a y a t the e fleeing burglars. Roundsman. M Ronahan who h and a so heard the e shots and h a d joined k Ennedy and p re to r in was also f iring his revolver. The b u re Lars seeing them Selv is hem m de in a t both ends of the Block go t into the doorway of a n Apar then t to u be. T h e re they made a d e up e rate r e s i s t � Anc and i t was no t until t h e y had been u no Erc if l by beaten with n in h t Sticks and t h e i r faces and h Eads covered w i the blood the a t the e y surrendered. W Hile Awai t in g the a Erivn l of the am Bulan c e officer k Ennedy had t r i e d to get a s t a the m e n t f rom the e dying b u re la r but the m an was unable to speak a n d could Only g to a n in re p by to the e policemen s questions. H e died in a few m minutes and before an a m � balance r e ached the scene. T b e body was removed to the e s to t to n House. T he p r i so n e is described them Selv is As to h n w atson26 years old a clerk of 234 c h by s t in s t r e e tand Robert Meadows 28, an e pressm anon 17 e a s t one h undred and t w e n to Sev e n the s t re e t. I t was Learned the a t w h i t e was an sex convict and had served the r e e term s in s t a t e is prison. Seme spectacles and o ther optical l goods w e re found in the pockets of Meadows and w Atso n. In w h Ite s pockets were found a .44 Ca l Iber Navy revolver every Cham Ber of w h Ich h and been discharged. Meadows and w Atson were l a t e r arraigned in the e h a r Lem Cour t and re m a n d de a t the r e q u e s t of the e police for e x am in a t to n to a o r � Row m orning. Board w an to stenographer. T r a l of m iss c a llah an p proceed in g w Ith o u t a n officially a p p o in Ted clerk. T i f f a n j f & c visitors to Europe Are cordially invited to visit the establishments of Tiffany & co. At Avenue de i opera 36 Bis Paris and 221-221a Regent Street w London. By special appointment Gold and silversmiths to h. M. King Edward Vii h. M. Queen Alexandra in u n Cle Sara s clutch is Prince Ranji smile s former Follower no longer delights h eights Small boys. Good s e r v a n t Good Faquir. M miscellaneous. M miscellaneous. Fra suit scratched yet of i pm m iss m Corea w ish is she could get h in a g Ain weird d disappearances r a p o red h y boys. Obituary. B e in a re Gray. B Ern Ard Gray a re t i red fireman died yes term a y m Orn ing a t h is Home. 02 Wyckoff s t r e e to s the r e us l t o f a third stroke of paralysis. Or. Gray was a member of the old v o la n the e r firemen running with engine no. 4, in Degraw s t ree tand had been an a t Ive for a number of years r e � t i r in g a o u t ten y ears ago. He was born in the House a t the Corner of Wyckoff and Nevins s t r e e t san d lived in the tenth Ward All Bis life. Or. Gray was one of the most Active an d fear Les s of the old time firemen and i g e b m a n a m e b in a n notes. The Alpo Roeschen singing society will t a e p a r t in the e local sing ing festival of the Jamaica Saenger bund. John Schemmer one of the oldest residents of the e s sixteenth w Ard having lived More the a n half a c in Tury in w ill Ramsburgh Cele Bra Ted his e in h t Ieth b birthday on wednesday a t the e residence of h is daughter mrs. Otto Gruehn Boerum s t re e t and Bushwick place. The ladles association of the Brooklyn q u a r the t club is m a in g a r a n g e m e n to of r a g a Den a r to to be held a t i to head qua r ters. P Rosec t Hall. H is to u c k r a n Over h in. Jamaica l. I. May 23patr ick Callahan age 27 years a he Lee r on a moving Van of Day & Meyer of f if the Avenue m Manhattan was run Over and killed la s t evening at Valley Stream. H e had jumped from his sea t on the t Ruck and walked some distance and in a t the m p t in g to m out to the sea t he fell and the e Van ran Over him b Reading his ribs and piercing the hear t. Justice w Rig h t gave permission to remove the body to his late Home and a n inquest will be held. When the e local d is t r in t school boards were o organized i t was expected t h a t the e re would be a signed to each Board or to the e office of t h e d i s t r in t Supe r in Tenden to a c Lerk o r a s t in o g rap h e re u t Asye t n o the in g h As been d one by the Board of education a Long this l Ine. The r e us l t is the a t a t l e a s t one of t h e d is t r in t boards of Brooklyn is severely handicapped n d serious consequences May i6sul t. T h is boar the t h in Tye in h the which is a t p r e s e n t concerned w Ith the t r a l of miss k a the e r in e Callahan asked the Board of e d u � Ca t to n to ass Ign a s ten Graphe r to the Tria la u t the e i r appear l was d disregarded and the r e s u l t is t h a t the Board has been forced to a l to w the t r a l to proceed w i the o u t one. T he re Fusa l of t h e Board of e Duca Tion to Supply a s the n o g rap h e r has c aused no l i t t be com m ent and the e opinion g in Era l by p re � v a i l s t h a t if the t r i a l is reviewed by the c o u r to the e absence of any record of the proceed Ings will be d Isas t Rous to the in the re s to o f the e Board. W in l go to w a teb b u b y. The Concordia singing society of South Brooklyn will go to w ate re u byconn., on f r id a y next to a t ten d the picnic of the w a the r b u r y Concordia. The s in g e is will leave on Friday m Orn ing a t 8 o c lock by the new y o re c entry l. On saturday Forenoon they w in l vis i t the h High Rock and Beacon Falls n d in the even ing there Wil l be a g Rea t com m ers a t the e Concordia Headquarters. L. W a chars h a s been e elected m Arsha l for t h e trip. Do. To h n Meddeb dead. K in g s to in. Y., May 23dr. To h n Vedder p re s id e n t of the e new York s Tate Antl v la isec t Lon society died a t h i s Home Sau g e r t be in. A. Yesterday. He w As .86 years old. H e was a c lass ate of o liver w endell h o Lesa t Pittsfield mass., medical College a n d w As g graduated from the e h Erk Imer. N. Y., medical College. He w a s the e o Ldes t p a c t in in g physic Ian a Long the e hudsona5ap p a c t in in g physic Ian a Long the Hudson r Iver. S u in id e of school p r in c in a l. S Susquehanna. May 23professo r Ben to n e. Jameson r Many y e a r s principal of the e m ont Rose h High school com m fitted us i cide la s t n in h t by hanging h in self to a t ree in the o u ask i r to of the Borough. His body w As found to Day. Temporary insanity caused by ill Hea l this supposed to be the cause. Professor j a m e s was one o f the e Ablest a n d Best known in s t re c to is in n Northern Pennsylvania. He w a s a form or super in Tenden t of schools of Susquehanna county. K a m i a b e in a re Gray. Nanny deeds of b rav Ery a re told of him by those who knew him Well. He was somewhat Cecen tric a t times and an instance of his Cecen tric i to is told be rely he surprised Doc to is and re la Tives alike. I t was a t t h e t in e of the b in m at t in g factory fire in f to n t s t ree tand or. Gray with other firemen was s tand ing on a Cornice when it broke precis i t a t i n g them to the e Street. When picked up i t was found the a t or. Gray was suffering from a Frac tured leg. One of the doctors sum m one to a t ten d the injured s to r the d to c u t Oft or. Gray s Boot to be t a t the leg to s e t it. Or. Gray prize tha t pair of boots above every o ther of his personal belongings a n d though suffering in tense pain demanded t h a t the e Boot should he pulled Oft and not cd t. I t Cost him considerable agony while t h e Hoot was being pulled off the broken leg b u t he smiled with satisfaction a m Inu the a of term Ard As he gazed upon the whole pair of Bools re s t in g beside him. The same p e r � s i s ten by of purpose was evidenced in All his l in Ings and made him a staunch support r of a n y Friend in t Ime of either Joy or affliction. A t a n o the e r t Ime or. Gray had one of his legs b Roken by a fire engine turning Over upon h in. At the big fire in Harbuck s s to res on the e w a the r front some years ago. Or. Gray w As one of those who narrowly escaped death by fall ing through the e roof. At this fire As a t most of those he attended he was nearest t t h e p o in t of danger. Or. Gray leaves four child Zenjohn b. Gray. Charles Gray. Mrs. Daniel Obrien and mrs. John Flavin who Surv Ive him As also do his Brotherto h n m o or i s s by Gray democratic Leader of the e t e n the w Ard sex detect Ive Michael Gray t Hom As Gray and two Sisters mrs. J a m e s m c g a Rry and mrs. William Schneider. The fun n e a l serv ices will be held sunday a f t e r � no o n a t 302 Wyckoff s t ree t. In term in t Fol Low ing in f la to u so. M a re a re the s Thuernagel. F to m the e germ an evangelical l u the e a n c Hurch of St. Lucas w Ashington Avenue a t 2 o c lock this a f the noon the Funera l of mrs. M a r g a r e the a Steuernagel took place. F o r m an y y e a r s she was Sec re tary of the St. L u Ca s l a d be s society and financial Sec re j t a r y o f the Verein in the Schwester r Rebecca i Gross Grad Lodge no.i9. She died l a s t j t u esd a a t h e r Home 190 n assay s t r e e t. D e leg a t to n s were p Resen t a t the Funera l f rom b o the societies s Well at from the l Adies r o Lan d club s Teuben Lodge no. 133, i. O. O. F. Roland Encampment and Canton r o Lan d no. 50. J o h n k l in g. John Kling. Who Tor fifty years conducted a b u tech e r store a t grand and h us bold t s t r e e t Sand had been an elder of the g or m a n l u the e a n Church in Maujer s t ree tand a m pm b or of the Board of d rec to is of the g Erm an l u the e ran , e As t new York died l a s t night. 75 Henri old. He leaves a widow and four daughter.-, two of whom a re school teachers. B l e w o pen Safe an d took s75. B u r g l a r s a l s o s e t f i r e to r a i l r o a d office a n d d e Ca m p de. J sharonmass., May 2 3 Burg Lar who. I f to m the e n a to re of their work a re the o u g h t t o b e Long to the gang which has been o p e r a t � in g in this Section of the s Tate of r the p a s t and onto broke in to in office of the new York. New Haven and Hartford r a in Road h e re e a r by to Day and my open the Safe w i the d y n am Ite and to the e i r work i t i s the o u g h the t fire to i c in the r to r of the e office a f t e r Tak in g $7,. T re con tents of the e Safe. To t a l k on the Creed. On Thistle first Friday evening of the e p a s t o r is absence the people of p Lym Outh c Hurch a re to h e a r an Aoi omit of the Genera l a seem Bly and the d is c u s s to n of the m Ove m e n t s t h a t have led to the Revis Ion of the e c Reed o f the p Resby Ter Ian Church. The a d � d re s s Wil l be p Resen Ted by an old Friend of or. H l l l isor. A. C. La How of Cleveland Ohio one of the e leading commissioners in t h e g in Era l Assembly. Or. Ludlow is a Well know n Liberala g graduate of Union sem Ina Ryand h a s been m o s t i n t in a Tely Assoc a Ted w i the the e m Over in to for revision. H e i s expected to give an a cd o u n t of the leading up e a k e r s and the e addresses t h a t w e re m and e o n t tuesday. Among the thir to one followers of the quondam Raja h of the e Asta r Lee r an i smile who Are now t High t penned in the United government Corral at e l l i s Island with the e Prospect of being de ported Tor a alleged Viola Tion of the contract labor Law is one am a Nail d us 19 years old for three m months a resident of Brooklyn height where he held Sway As a Curry Coc and general Facto Tum for mrs. Kale Mccrea of 166 Remsen s t ree t. Amar Nath d u t t is a Brahman. At an Early age he was in it a Ted into the cult of esoteric buddhists and became a disciple. How far he has progressed in the study of Dina Charl Gawa the manual of life none of his f r ends seem to know. Certa in i t is. How Ever tha t in the the Roe Short in Olhs of his Brooklyn residence he became a notable Fig ure in Remsen s t ree the hero and idol of the to is of the Heights and a very Promin oni somebody to talk a b o u to for the e i r elders. Amar was first noticed by Remsen s t ree t the second n in h t a f the is Arriva l a t the Mccrea Home. It was a nipping frosty night in Early March. Amar was dressed in Loose White Silken trousers and a still looser b r in h t red s i Ken som eth ing in place of a coat he wore a turban on his head nothing except a p a in of Dainty sandals upon his in soaked feet. The the e pm o m Ete r stood a t 2s degrees b u t Amar Nath d u if he knew i d id not care. He had seated h itself upon the seventh s t a i r of the cold s tone Steps a t 166 and lighted his Long slender cigarette. Remsen s t re e than. Woman and child passed by and Gacil upon Amar Nath due but he heeded not and saw not. His keen Bright Black eyes were fixed on the c Lear sky and he seemed unconscious of the in the res t he excited. A knot of Small boys who stopped across the s t r e e t to watch him saw for a Long time no thing b u t the outline of the figure in White and red dimly discernible through hanging Clouds of smoke the b r ight glow of the c cigarette and the s t i l i b Righter though paler glow of the two Black eyes gazing heavenward. Then som eth ing s t a n g e happened. The Smail boys were looking s t Raig h t a t the queer l i t t be figure in the Cloud of smoke which Schmeil to cling about him a s a g a r � m ent. One of them was looking for some thing to throw a t i t. " this being the method of Small boys of beginning invest Tina tons in to the unknown. The boy had found a missile in a half eaten Apple overlooked by w Oldbury s w Hite wings and was re turn ing w Ith i t to h is companions. While they stood looking s t r a in h t a t am a n a the d u t t with wide open eyes suddenly he was not there. Miss Mccrea says the a t this tale is not True the a t a m a r is a Good Curry Cook and a Good serv an by t not a t All a m mysterious or occult person. But miss Mccrea did t see i t happen and the Small boys did. They a r e very sure he d id n t go in to the House nor run up o r Down the Street for they Tver looking r in h t a t him and would have seen h in it he had. He was there one second w Ith his b r in h t eyes and h is red and White clothes and the e nex t second the e re was no the � ing there b u t the smoke Cloud. They s t a r t � de to c Ross the s t ree by t while they were on the Way a puff of wind swept up Remsen s t ree t and when they got the e re the s to Airway was Bare. This was Amar n a the d u t f a introduction to Heights society. N a Tura l by enough the Small boys old the e i r m o thers and their m o thers in the course of t in e compared notes. T h by told the boys t h a t i t was All nonsense b u t on succeeding n rights they took occasion to walk by 166. When they saw the l i t t be red and White figure the Bright eyes the c Iga re t the and the Cloud of clinging smoke j u s t a s the boys had said some thing gave them a queer feeling of doubt. Most of them had occasion to walk Back the same Way they had come no t Rea l by hoping or expecting to see the l i t t be Hindoo Dis appear b u to the e re is som ething so Peculiar Abou t a Rea l Brahman. Amar a t on the seventh step in the twi l ight a pm Ost every n High t and a most every night the Small boys a the red to watch him. Gradually they became bolder when with All their w atch ing they catch him disappearing again. Of r a m a had seen the boys and d in t the in k i t Wise to vanish for them. Instead of the a t about the seventh night he waved h is a pm dissolved the smoke Cloud and beckoned to them to come Over and talk to him. He l liked boys and if they would Tel him som e the in g about them selves he Caid he would the l l them s to r ies and do things to make them laugh. After the boys had once seen h in and talked to him they be f t off be ing a f raid and used to go to see him very often. A m a told them he was a Faquir. The word sounded like Fakir Only Fakir m want some thing different to them from to hat Amar m Ean t. H e liked bes t to talk to the boys a f the r Twil High t had fallen. I t the e i r tales Are t Rue he did More than talk. He did " s to n to he tossed things into the a i r which did not come Down. Sometimes he would find these things tops Marble knives and the like in the boys m of the and ears. Am a was Only a l it t be Chap with a pm s not so big a round As their own b u t one Small boy astonished his m othe r by the l l ing he r tha t am a was s t to n g e r than the g Ian t negro who worked for them. How do you know asked the boys Mother. Why a m a picked me up jul s t l Ike a Fea ther and held me o u t a t a pm s length like that and up Over Bis head like that and tossed me a round like a Ping Pong Ball. Tim the negro serv an t t r red to l if t me like Amar did and he Cou Len t said the boy trim Phant by. The boy was a Lusty youth weighing about eighty pounds and his m other very properly shut him up in his room and told him the a t she would do som eth ing else to him if he told an y More such stories. But a la these the in g s made a m a Dutt much talk de about. Miss Mccrea said to Day the a t they were not True but As one of the boys said she w an t there and did t see them happen and How could she know beside it in t Good policy for a serv ant to let his employer know How s t to n g he really is and the a t accounts p a r t by for it. Miss Mccrea found a m a a Good servant and a Good Cook. She was very sorry when the g o v e in m in t officials came and collected him. She s till Hopes the a t they will release him and she will be t him Back. Am a Vath d Utt told miss Mccrea How he happened to come to am Erica and she is sorry for him. He said t h a t p r Ince Ranji Susie had come to this Cou n try several y e a is ago and made some Money. He had come Back to India and had told All the Young men. Being care Ful to Selec t Good Curry Cooks the a t he wished them to go to the Coronation of King Edward with him. They were very glad to go. W Hen the Prince and his thir to one follow ers All g Rahm m s of Good caste and All Good cd r by Cooks reached London the Prince formed them into a us i the and posed As an e Aste in to ten Tate. He seemed to have p Len to of Money and a l to g e the e r they had a Jolly time. But they were too Early for the Coronation and Prince Ranji Susie proposed a t r in to new a Ork. W Hen the Prince and his us i the of Good Curry Cooks reached new a Ork the Prince left off ills Royal d dignity and told them he was about to s t a r t a h High class r e s to u a n t on f if the Avenue which he would Call the Omar Khayyam. They could be Cooks and waiters and he the o u g h t they would All get r Ich Quick. But the e thir to one High caste Brahms did t agree w Ith p r Ince Ranji Susie. They refused to work in h is o m a Khayyam res Tau a n t and h a ing no Money they had to find work of r themselves. And the a t was How a m a n a the d u t t " a q u in s t Rong Man and a alleged d disappear ing Genius happened to become Genera l Facto Tum and cd r by Cook for miss Mccrea and to b r ing an awesome Oriental f Lavor to the n in h t a i r of the Heights. Loy Rev Simit by o o k by n ites in t e k e St e d. L in h t. H e a t an d p Ower c of Pany and o ordnance concern Inco up o rated. Albany. May 23tbe c it i Zens Light h a t and Power company of Utica was incorporated with the Secretary of s Tate with i a capital of $100,000. To m an fac to re and furnish Gas and Electr Ici to for Light Hea t j and Power purposes in Utica. The a r e j. E Dward of Claymont Del. Thomas e. Of Shear of lurch int and e d � Ward h. Wilson of Brooklyn. The a m Erica Macline and ordnance com Pany of new York City was incorporated to Day with a Cap i to l of $10,000,000 to m an u � facture and Deal in guns ammunition and o ther ordnance. The d i rec to is a re George e. Bonchies o f new York o. Mpa Amer of Montclair n. J., and Charles b. Holden of Brooklyn. Noted e n g in e e r dead. Saratoga. May 23oscar Wilford. Well known As a civil and mining Engineer died Here l i s t night. He was at different times professionally employed by the United states and chilean governments and in m in ing enterprises in California Mexico Idaho n d o o f t u e h e n o u u h t o o impose o e in e silly e s surrogate Church t a e s into a Mccoun t earlier expressed wishes of Tes Tator. Upholds mrs. W in Deus w ill. E evidence showed t h a t h a n d of d y ing woman w As g guided w h in she s signed document. And Colorado. Shot s e l f and so Etheart. M order an d suicide e v id e n try m u to a Fly p re a Era n g e d by j o h n c h u Rry an d s u san n e k Kecskemeti. South Bend. Ind. May 23john w. Churry aged 31. A Carp Ente so o t and killed his Swee thear t. Susan n a , aged 16. this m Orn ing and then killed h in self with the same revolver. The couple Eviden try had planned to die together. T Here Vas no indication of a s t r u g � Gle and no reason for the e tragedy is known. Charles w. Lynde Here m an w to w ill v o la n Tari by e x p a Tria the h Imse of s to y in g w Ith a f Rie n d in b Rook Lyn a t p re sen t. Charles w. Lynda who som etim e ago a n � bounced his in the n t to n of e x p a t r a t in g h in � self from America and becoming an English subject is now living in b Rooklyn pending his d e p a r to r e from this country which May be As late a s Riet n Over Ber. He came Here from his Blue p o in t Homo on monday and it was n o t until to Day t h a t his d e � p a r to r e was known to h is neighbor so Quie t by did he s t e a l away. His d e p a r to re is in accordance w Ith h is previous re m a re s t h a t when he be f t Long Island for Good it would be done very Quie t by and he would leave no d be to behind. His Vale t. Brooks did not leave Blue p o in t u n t i l to Day. He too is p re us m ably in Brooklyn. Lynda form Erly s topped a t the Clarendon or the p be r r c p o n t w Hen v is i t ing Brooklyn b u t t h a t was before he thought w Ith the owner of the e p a l l mall Gazette h a t a m Erica was no t a fit p lace for a Gen them an to live in. He is now said to be Stopp ing w Ith a Friend he re and to has left in s t re c t to n s w Ith h is Law yer George w. Ingrah Amof the Temple bar building n o t to divulge h is w Hernab o u to o r to say an y the in g a o u t h is p lans for d e p a r to re f rom this country. Or. Lynda h a s said however t h a t his t h an k s � giving d in n e r would be the la s t in am Erica for him and it is believed the a t he in tends to r e m a in h e re until the fall. His form or n e in Bors on Long is land confidently expect t to see h in change his m ind and re turn to Long is land w Ith in a few years a t the late s t. Funds for sea Side Home. T re a sure r e d g a r m cd Onald h As r received $1,681.50 t Hus e a r t h is season. Edgar Mcdonald of 26 court s treet t r e a s � u re r the Seaside Hom e for children a t Coney Island acknowledges receipts of the following Contr ibo tons to Day a. Henri r. $ .0 or t h o m a s a cd c los. Flo m. A. R Uland. A the r e v. D. W Ells. $3 p r i m Ary Deprim n i of c Al Nten a Ven u e c on Grega a Hool. $2� the Bush c of pan t co. J2. E Liza b e the h. G a Tes. Proc Euls o f fair held a t the e re.5lclence o f m w Illiam p o Ste r ton a l s in d a sch o o l 0 s $50 k. L loser Tsi $ $25 p. Sid in c is. B Row n. 17 m ont Pom Ery p Laceby. H e n r Ietta r. B Row n. C Lifford car Marie g. B Row n. _ ver. M Arjorie c Ochran. B e a tric e c Ochran d o Roth y c no Shaw. H Erb Ert c Ock Shaw. K a thle in d u an e. K Llnore j a c k h Oward Benlou. D a rence. I Jan the y l us Kenbeek. Dor m Urdock. E Liza b e the m unlock. Lara m Urdock. G u the Rie s h a an d m a Jorj. A h b or. Si2s.2.5 b e the a n y c ircle o f Ken Fps g build i ventral c o n g r up a Ilo n a l c Hurch $20 or . E k or g Ray. T v 1 k. Mon Ell. A m is. D. R Oberts. $20 Bert . $2 Cash. $2 h enry t Al 1 r. W. I. Of. R. B. W Ood w Ard. $25 m iss m. J w Oodward. $ j. H. P la n the n. $25 or. An d m is. Isaac h. C Ary. $20 m is. N a the a n in l h. I Arv. $5 e p. H Lack of so g Eorge c. B a c k e to. Kkt j a m is r. M Rick. $2 e d m in d a den$2.5 u n q u a. J5 c. R. Fee old. $.5 mls h. H. W h Ite. $100 Cash. Church o f o or s a iou r. Sloo Francis a h lne $25. Rym in n. H in e. F. W o in g to n h in e. $5 mass l. C. S m Ith. $2 a n n a k. S held on. $25 . W roman. $10 mls j. B Elzor. $3 i Titus. M is. T. H a n d. $2 g Eorge w. C Olton. I $5 d Oroth y h a re by. $1 v Ank s. H a Lold a y. $51 1 Theodore k. S m Ith$20 it ooh h Adden. $5 c Lara 1 e. W h Celock. $1 m iss j. A. U m e. $1 w. V. K. S m Ith. S20 Joh n r a. $5 . Fdr.4t in lurch. $2 m is. A p. M Offatt. $2 m is. John m of f e l t. M is. E m e Len e e. A Vimond $2 m iss m a r be j. D o u g la s. $2 w Illia m h. Bird and a m ily i to 112 t Las. A. W Lanm is. Fon a v e n u e Presler. $10 m is. N. P. Gok so y to r la n c Hurch. $10 s. W. A. . $2 is. ?1vi r j i i ,. Mrs. A o. B o r la n a 3 Joh n s. G Raham. $2 d. P. T w Mefort. Of m iss Bogor. $1 mrs. E Liza b eth p Rosser ?25 j o h n s. S in m o n s. $.5 e. W h Ite. E. H. T Huron o f our s a iou r. ?."0 m. B. C Hap m an. $5 b Ank d my an. S a m � Uel g. S to n be y. $10 mrs. H. B. H a la. $5 mls a n ii b. Oshenok. $1 the e m issues t Ousey. $. M a g a re t m uns do. $5 Alex. M Unn. $5 m is. A. M Unn i Viu. m is. M. M re Aren. Mrs. R. R of in s. .hr.rlo. M. H a y. $5 miss e. .=5. R Ich Ard s. ?5 m is. L u d Low t h Omas. $. R. C owing. $5 mrs. R. C owing. $2 d. N Apier. $2 mrs. A. E. R Len of. $3 m iss $1 Cash. I Nilst c Hurch. $1 c. D in n y. $.5 w. A r . R Obert a l in d. $5 h. . $10 b by a n h. J1.6s1.50. R Obert a l in d. Smith. $20. Total. 875 ,000 for w Esley a n. Middletown. Conn., May 23pres id in t Ray mond of Wesleyan University announced to one of his c lasses to Day the a t he has received a let Ter from a Stealthy Patron of the in s t i to � Tion g iving $75,000 of r t h e Erec Tion of a new science building. The Nam e of the donor is not made Public. Of the the re e buildings de � sired by the w Wesleyan a Thori t in s to com m pm orate the e coming commencement two buildings have now been donated and the sum of $50,000 has been secured toward the third. Surrogate Church Down a decision this m Orn ing in the con test Over the e will of the late mrs. Virginia. Wilde who died re � gently leaving a Small e s Tate to h e r Daugh Ter. T Here were two Surv iving children the Datig Tor who was Given the e s Tat and a son who contested the e will. At the e t in e of the execution of the will the e deceased w As very weak and ill and suffered from a the r o a t affection which made it difficult for her to a r t ice late. She could speak by t l i t t be except to say yes and a o " and she even preferred to nod h e r head in a n ser to ques t ions than to a t t e m p t to speak. While in this condition the executor p prepared the will w thou t any re q u is t from the e the s to to r to do so following w h a t he unders Tood were the wishes of the deceased. Then the executor and the w witnesses a s � sem bled a t the bedside of the t e s to to r and the will was read and she asked if she u Enders Tood it. To this she nodded an Assen t and she signed it. The executor guiding h e r hand. She nodded h e r Assen t As to its being h e r la s t will and the e witnesses signed it in h e r presence. In h is opinion handed Down to Day. Surrogate Church says the question of w he ther the deceased possessed sufficient the s Tam Enta by capacity to execute the will in quest Ion cannot be read � ily determined. A x Cep t for these m Ark s of a s s e n t Given by the deceased the e re is no evidence show ing t h a t she understood and comprehended the n a to re of w a t she was doing and it is. There of relent to the court to decide whether by h e r conduct a t t h a t time she did u n d e r � s to n d w h a t she w As doing and gave her a s � s e n t to the execution of this will o r w h e ther i t was a Mere affirmative act g Iven w without thoroughly App rec a t ing the effect of w h a t she w As doing. " i t appears t h a t a Sho r t t in e a f the r the execution of this paper the deceased lapsed in to unconsciousness and died on the follow ing morning. Under a la o re in a by c i cum � stances the execution of a will in this m an � n e r would not be deemed a compliance w Ith the s t a Buteas the deceased tvs incapable of d directing any p a r t ice la r provision which Slie m High t desire to have con to ined there nor of p rotes Ting a g a in s t any of the provisions As i t was drawn. But a f the r a careful con s Idera t Ion of All the e Tes Tim ony in this Case showing All of the Surro u n d in g facts a n d showing the past w wishes and in ten t ions of the deceased i have reached the conclusion t h a t this a r t ice la r will should be admitted to probate. " t h e deceased be f t two children son and a Daugh the r by the will the Dau g h the r i n � h e r i t s the Perlire e s Tate. I t a p p ears tha t in a m memorandum which the t e s to to r had drawn ainu , a Long period before h e r death she state the a t she wished All of h e r p Rop e r to to go to h e r daughter. This m pm o ran � Dum. If i t had been properly w witnessed would have been sufficient to const i tute a will. To h e reason of h e r thus w ish in g to m Ake h e r e n t i r e bequests to her d a u g h the r can be read i by understood and a p p rec a Ted. T h e son had been a sen t from the e c i to for m an y Yea Sand a though As it has been show n by the be t the r s which the d deceased sent to Liim. She evidently had a h High degree of affection toward h in and his family yet. A s h e r e s Tate was a Small one. And a s she h and been to a Certa in extent dependent t upon h e r daughter. It was no t u n n a Tura l the a t Sho should give her e n t i re e s Tate to h e r d a u g h t e r. W i the whom she had been in such c Losa r e la t to n s for m any years. The executor or. Chew who was an old Friend of the e fam ily and of the deceased knew of these facts a n d drafted the will offered for in a c Cordate with these expressed in ten t to n Sand with this m memorandum of the e deceased. He testified the a t he explained these p to v i � Sions Verv carefully to her. And the a thoth � express Ion of h e r yes she a p p e a re d to in the l l Gen try u Enders tand it and by h e r n ods gave her a seen t there to. this was therefore in accordance with her previously expressed wish a n d was in i Otteni b u t a form Al execution of t h a t which she had info pm ally done an d As she. By these m arks of a seen to p to v de of to e same. I am led to believe t h a t so e possessed sufficient t e s to m e n tary c Apac i to to a p p re � Cia Teth a t fact and also to p to p e r by execute and publish the same. As the c Mircu m s Tan c is of the execution of this will a re so unusual the counsel for the d is in h e r i Ted son w a s amply justified in m a in g this con Tes tand is to he commended for the c a re fun l and in the l � l Igent m Anner in which to conducted t h e same. A e t a decree be p re sen Ted of r be t t be m e n to d m i t t in g the will to p r o b a the a n d d rec t ing the Issue of l e t the r s t e s to m e n to r y. Bishop Tho Burns views. P h clip p in e s were a acquired b y t re a to an d w e h a v e the e e in h t to d dominate them. W Ashing to May 23bishop t Hoburn c o n � t inked h is Tes Tim ony before the p h i l Ipp Ine com m it tee of the Senate to Day. He w As exam ined about the Var ious p h a be s of the e s i Tua t Ion and Especial l Lyas to t h e r in h to of the e United s tates to Dom Ina the t h e pm i l Ipp Ine islands. H e said in re p by to one quest int h a t chaos would r e us l t if England w Ere to w i t h � draw from India. E no land h and advanced civilization in the a r e As t. Hon Kong a n d o the e r places were m Ade g re a t p o in to of com � Merce. Hon Kong was he said e t t e r governed than Chicago and h u m a n life w a s safer there than in Chicago. He said the a t the United s t a the s had m o re r in h to in the pm i l in p in is t h a n i t had o v e r the american ind Ian because t h e is lands were acquired by t r Eaty. H e w a s asked a s to w h e the e r he the o u g h t s t to n g countr ies h and the r in h t to sub Juga the w Eake r o nes by Force and said the quest Ion did n o t apply to t h e United states and the e p h i l in p in i because the islands were acquired by t r e a to. T he committee re fused to Ca l l a s w i Unesse s be n a to is and m pm b e is who h a d isl tall t h o is lands. _ j i ;