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ni IN GRAIN i:\te:
Great Northern1s Action Will A
|t Paol. Aug. 18.?Juat a. the movement of t
gnOS crop ?? about to begin. the Great Northe
Rellresd to-day announced a .weeping reductlon
p-aln rates throughout Its Eeaterr. territory, ?
lendlng lo the boundary of Moniana. Three yes
ayo th. road made tm por .ant reductions iu t
Wer.err. territory. The new rates. lt ls said. n
n,ja mi'.Iion. to the rescuroes of the farmer. of t
Nor: r.west. Th. reductlon ls no*. made. It Is i
aeieard. In pursuanca ot ar.y preasure, but as a v,
uctary .**:_, auad. tri the words of an offlcial.
proflt Bhag-BB P-Hcy ?f gA? road between the ra
,??... ut) Iha t-Uera .f the so;I of the North we
ta*t 1,bb be?r. fundamental tn the rua-uageinent
'at Nortberc '
Tcis retluctlap of ratee rangea- from flve oents
^ondraV. from th. most dtsuurt points to . hi
oKi* from po1nt6 nearest St Paul snd the head
atiriga-.on -?-. tbe Great I-takee. From Willlstr
f-T* BBOaa from the Great I_ak_s, tho redu
tsor le Baa cer.t* Otl-.ar North Dakota points a
.ate'ited by teductlons of Ctaar. one sestt to fl
gpU ii-nordlng tc dlstance from St Paui.
Ir Beath Hahnta there ir- a radactton of four cen
t landred fr-.>rr- Huroti. two r-er,ta from Aberfle
mpt TB_s_Ct_B and corresponding reductions fro
,fte- pcrr.ta to Bt Paui. In Minnesota the ne
naee rsaow siral'ar concessions. A promlne
Ic-t" ai tim road to-day said:
__e_r.ir_g rt these rv the farme
of tbe Korthwaat I. aotneihlng more than the wi
aii. Bf e battle or the algnnj. of some adv.iuag
.ul c___" er ?_?? _tV> .r ___ect> the ent.r-e gra
? the Kot-awect, far the uni. -n'fe ha
? North?m Pactfl-. flnd uiu.t
,??- . e-e:.. alber Baa iougj business in the sar
.- Oc a crop ol -Oi.OCa
Bit ?? will n-.i-ke from C.800.0_0
; ? extra on reduced freight, and the Gre
? rr. ad eontrtbute at ]ca6i half of this ea.
i_^ T er. a-.. ? ? ase of rates eisewhe
aade tn thr face of the fa
th.* " ee yeara - ' bava e:e.p?ed since tl
jae; -? I rare. was made the pay of er
artmenta of ihe eyste
Ivanoed, adding that much
THE LUDLOW KITE FLIEl
AiTcplane Circles Around the Boc
Chsrle. Ea-.r.i.torv ar aeronaut made two a:
ow's Aetraplana No. 5 at Brlg"
lat Baa_h gaatardaj s-ternoon Although boi
e.pertiuental. the operator is coi
be can aecompliafa a trip over '.one
avewa air*- irnla Arroi
H the aeroplane's drag ro_
roun_. In the first ascer.sion tl
_s handled rather roughly when tl
aeror BB ? to d'.ve. but he hung on until
exh.'.' M f and then. mnch to tl
BBBfB-a- of the spectators, the aJrahtp ara
_rr_."stt Dperard Several hundred feet up tl
g_B_|_B_M uulaud around the Boer War ground
: d not fer from the spot where
i test was more successful. but tl
OfMraauii cid r.ot go so high. and after cruisii
arounc for several mlr.utes he returned to tl
Boer War gt'-unds. where he expressed his d
WRlNGEB ape DESPONDENT.
Consul, Under Cloud Because of Theft. Sii
Dr Scort tialsar .-.. v_a__g OB_aa_, the Bosto
chlnipanxee. was robbed t: - ag-o of **
___gll-h and _??- ? _ jewelry valu
*: <_00. anc Consul has bee: grta.il with a Bt
c*Bpo_ider.cy. He ? Ma-lancholla in
aa_ar| -t is said, *.s gaeaeaally tmtmi.
aaa a: (bat thought tbat -Jor.su; was doi'
th. BteaHng. and ln.me__ate.y after Dr. Seott ga
___ tc understand that he was displeased wl
ha monkey became depresstd. and the tral
Bld was the guilty one, b
fcos*' gamant Nrportad the case to tl
ial Offlce. aad Patactlae Sergeant Lindsnu
w_s put on It, witt th. leanW that Harry Hall,
ooaOTfcd boy of aboul fourteer, years. who was val
to Consul, has t^er: prrt t cor.fessed to tl
r-saling after g_l og ,j thlrd degree. He hl
- nroey to fe negro named Wl'
v ben arreeied. aaid i
e-Bve -.ra: lc ;-.- med Rl-hards, ar
wiU be tria
WORK TO SAVE "FTRE BUG'S" LIFE
fhird Operation on Attempted Suicide i
A* ? ? Qf (ielicate open
tjonrs wMch the Burgeon-; of -.he Brooklyn Hoi
BttaJ bav. performed cr. Samuel Levine. the sel
mpttt t, who Jump. d from the fifth etoi
_f Pc_c- Hc_dc.uartf.rs m Brooklyn on July 12, tl
' left ,eg of the imporiam prtaoaai v.-as r
Baovec at tha .ocket ye.tetcay afteri.oun As Wl
a*a by Dattylng (roo. the shock, aUc
T ? k:lled ea. ordinar-i- man -
tfelafc that he ?
police are mos- very (
' ** *?? sttnun
"onvicr a gar^ of Blieged ftrebftga on th. Eei
? 4t Mi' mlssic
**> tSir- ? : waa thooghl l
?r.ade a confesslon. lie de .
:-:; a teneu : \vn
wner of th?
aarpc-t c- [ wiio
??*?? uader beavy bo
?r -L_? c ir ?>- aa. taken ? rtera tn B".oi
' ^ :.-?-? ? broke ..v.
*- ' * ' Fa'! r.f
und. he had his left blp fra- -
Hls desth wat thougnt ro be a marr,
tewd-ssttaml - -I wonder'u 1
After every operatlon be mada
r f the surgeons.
TTLETON'S CHAUFFEUR FINED.
rtx% $5 for Crashing Into Iron Girder j
the Brooklyn Bridge.
Bagg-ey ibe a-i-aaaa^.., f?r ptmxtia
a 'ihargrd wlth ll
wrecking Mr. Ltttteton*. autoni
Manhattaa fsi.rriir.cr- to the Broofcl]
terflay morning, waa rr Ira aod afr
? * ' ltl_l baaa pai': ' ??- If-raa- A Ja
werr- i.1] 0i
-k.rd ;,. rmt
?* ' i -? Mr. L:tnet.,n% big toortng
* ge coi
V! w.-s th. last be beard from il
e-rday morning th;
-LJ''' ? : taln H:.^?!e'-'
roa-hlng th. Br.aoklj
ed Into a rii
w r. ? king the autom.
V._'Y"- '?'?;??... r> rr.- patrolmen The machli
VOaU.1 LOST FROM STEAMSHIP.
Second Cabi? Passenger on the Philadelphi
K'-rteriomly Vaniahes After Leaving Port.
OMea-BC "W day <aj* M:
^! fe secord eabln passetger. dteappeare
? *he Philadelphia. whb h arrlved yei
*"oui her on bop.rd. Her ticket wa
Lor.don. She gave her aaa
*., . .' K?ad, Forei - london. Si.<- wa
?5Zv __Ltw*rFh Wvi-' ?n deck a
"?? waa r?*en by a de-k at.?-.* ard pacln
4 . ** ? eeeond cabin < ompanionaay. Th
fl.d no. pay DTUCh aTienta.n to her an
tbet a.be had gont Lel.w. That ?_
*-a? fo-ir.f^ in her roon. was a v*\Jj?<- an
?: lo show :
. J .
^\. '. -o m board tna- iti.-- \\ini___rB
- - har aaianis u_ i_w._u.j-..
BEAT THEIR OWN KIXD
Pickets Maltreat Ironworkers Who
They Thought "Scabs."
Mlstaken for non-unlon men, two unlon iro
workers. in good standing in their organlzatit
with unlon cards ln their poekets. were assault
and badly beaten by three other unlon iro
workers, who believed them to be "scabbin
on the Blackwell's island bridge, at 59th-st. a
8utton Place yesterday afternocn.
The two victims were beaten over their hea
with heavy bolts and suffered many painf
bruises and cuts. Their assallants fled. but o
was captured, and the police are looklng for t
The victims are Hartley A. Long. No. 358 Pt
st.. Brooklyn. and George S. Klimm, No. 250 9t
ave.. Brooklyn. The alleged assallant captur
by the police aaya h? ls Paul Schneider. No. 6
East 14th-st. Manhattan.
Long and Kllmm have been working on tl
new plant of the New-York Steam Heatli
Company at 59th-st. and the East Rlver. It
supposed that thelr three assallants were Picke
of the striking Ironworkers on the Blackwel
Island Brldg*, the Manhattan anchorage
whlch is at 59th-st and the Eaat River. ai
that they mistook Long and Klimm for noi
union men working on that bridge.
Yesterday afternoon when Long and Kllm
quit work and went up 59th-st. they were s
on at Sutton Place by three men They at
that thelr assallants called them "scabs" an
paying no attention to their denlals of the eplthi
began striking them. at flrst only with the
flsts, but flnally with 10-lnch bolts. which th<
drew from thelr poekets and used as clubs.
Long and Kiimm were beaten to the sidewal
powerless and bleedlng. before a patrolman, wl
had heard the nolse of the flght, appeared on tl
scene. The attacklng party, seeing hlm. ra
Th* policeman chased Schneider to 67th st. ai
2d-ave.. where the fugitive ran up the stairs
the elevated eTqtlon. He hid in the toilet rooi
but the policeman found him and made hlm
Long and Kllmm identifled Schneider as oi
of their assallants, and gave the polic* a descri*
tion of the two others.
Ministers Hold Street Meeiin
Around Long Acre Square.
The irvasion of the Tenderloin. planned as a pa
of the evan-relical campaign throughout the ett
! was not carried out in full last night. Sever
hundred evangellsts marched down Broadway fro
e "th-st.. hcaded by the 9th Regiment Band. whlc
,e lr. tom was led by Dr. J. W. McPherson In an aut
lt ' neobtle, and several otfesr clergymen. who mac
lC brlef rpeechas at three stopplng places.
it Only tbe e,_ge of the Tenderloin was touched, tl
parnde then going as far aa lOth-st. Then it r
' traced Us steps to 42d-st., wheie another stop '
'.. half an hour was made, and then to _6th-st. ar
Broadway, Where a half hour oi* speeches ar
ie prayers were held in front of JIm Churchill
_ renaurar.t anu cafe.
There was no invaslon of the saloons. Tl
ie , skirmishers and flankers of the workers. so I
-* speak. confined their efforts to distributlng car(
advertislng th* meetings in Tent Evange! air.ot
? the curious. No saloon was entered. nor did tl
? marchers le.,ve Broadway.
After the mnrch tne workers returned to tl
tent. where a meeting was held untll almosi ml<
The "invaslon" began at _ o'clock at Tent Evai
gel by a meeting Addiesses were made by tl
R*v. J. Q. A Herry. the Rev. F. E Marks. i
Snr.derhir.d. England. and Rev. J. W. Dawso
of London. Tne speakers w.re lntroduced by tl
Rev J. W. McPherson. who was ln charte.
All of the Bpeakera are experienced ln evangellc
work, all having worked ln London. where. a
cording to Dr. Henry, the work is much mo:
Fu^.-essful than here. the workers going into ti
6lums and tough quarters.
After .-.:i hour the three speakers. with Dr. M
Pherpon, took sea-s in a big red touring ear. an
t.. the tune of **Auld Lang Svne" by the band, tl
All of the speakers made short addresses at eac
stop. At 40th-st. there were probably a thousar
persons about the speakers' car, but the6e gradi
ally fell away.
H0USE-T0-HOUSE HUNT FOR SLAYEJ
New-York and Yonkers Police Have Clew 1
Man Who Killed Italian in Park.
Detectives from New-York City, alded by men
bers of the local detectlve bureau, began a tho
ough search through the Italian districts of Yoi
k.rs yesterday to flnd the murderer of the Italia
found dead ln Van Cortlandt Park on Friday.
Various houses there are watched which ai
known to contain sirangers nightly. One ct*
being inveatlgated was given by Robert Hall, eigl
yeara old a nephew of Pauilne Hall. the actres
who with other boys saw several Italiane take
Yonkers car near Caryl at 4 o'clock Frlda
soon after the dead body was found. One of t.
men had his eye badly cut and was bleeding pr.
flisely from several cuts. No douht exlsts ln t!
i..l: ds of the police authorities thal the man is I
hidlng in Yonkers
The theo.-y of the police and coroner is that scrr
woman. jealous or otherwise lnlmical to th. min
dered man. lured him into the woods, and that tw
or perhap.- mure men friends of hers dispatchc
A search of the man's clothes revealed a sma
sllp of paper that led to his indentlflcation as Ar
tonio Torsiello. cf LambertsvPle N. J. The al!
of paper bore the name of Sabbato Glzzl. c
Lambert-ville. Torsiello, Glzzl said. was twtir.t}
four ycarb old, ar:d ever since his arrival in thi
country, seven years age, had worked for the Penr
.ylvariia Railroad Company. He said Torsiello dli
appeared on August 14.
Torsiello had long wanted to meet a broth.
?ahorn he had not seen ln fourteen years, and wh
**_. Hupposed to t>e ir, Callfornla. Recently Torsiel!
ativ._rtised for his brotner. and last week lie tol
Gizzi that he had received an answer and was t
meat t his brother ln Yonkers on August 14. Torslell
collected $200 just before leaving Lambertsvllle, an
ha/ J14 wages in his pockete.
''!zzl went to tie morgu* last night with Petrf
Bi-d und positlvely identifled the dead man a
ARMITAGE MATHEWS ARRIVES HOMI
Armitap. Mathews. apainst whom DistrPt Atto:
ney Jerome obtained an indlcunent ln connectlc
with the fraudulent management of the Weise
(state. arrived here yesterday on the Am.,"rlca
F'hlladelphia from Southampton. Mathew
with Samuel I. Kerguson and John W. Wooten.
i* charge.?, conspired with David Rothachlld in tl
BdministrHtPm of the estate. After tho collapse t
. Bank, which eer.t Rothsrhll. to Sir:
apera wer?- found in Hothschlld'e poBses:.(i
wen u?ed to brlng action against then
Wooten -was convicted end aentenoed to nine v _
and ten months ln Btng Sing
TELEGRAPHERS' STRIKE OFF.
Northern Pacific Men Go Back to Work o
Terms Originally Offered.
Bt. Paul. Aug 19.? The strike of the telegraphei
on the Northern Paciflc was ofTPially declared o
to-day by Iht-i.ler.t Perham of the Order of Ral
T:ie telegraphera had been asked by preslder
Perham to vote as to whether they wlthed to re
turn to work or contlnue the strike. They vote
to return, foliowlng th* example of th* operatot
of the 4_r?-i,t Northern, who voted yesterday t
return to v.>.rk on that syatem. Thla off.clally < nd
a strike whicb has been in effect on both system
about twenty days.
Mr. Pe-rhsm says the men accepted the term
offered by the Northern Paciflc before they mrmt
or. strike. He says theae terma give the operator
a total increaae of about 130.000 a year in wages
OBJECT TO STATION CHANGE.
_ta< f: fOte*I bas been rniaed by the det*rmina
tion of the Brooklyn Rapid Translt Company t
change the site of ita Avenue C atatlon on th
Brighton Beacb line to Avenue D. a long bloc
further down. Petltions to the Railroad Comml.
slor. aaking lt to prevent the change, are bein,
prepared. Tb* t ompany d*ni*a lhat lt has i ,-<
lnfluenced by C-Ttatn real estate interests ln cbang
Inaf the station. I' dedares that a atatlon at Av*
. j* '. will be mor* centralljr nituHte .. and that 1
wili be _ atopplng plaoe for . xpreas trains
RECEIVERSHIP NOT DISTURBED BY SALI
I.uT'-i.tl. Vt.. Aug. 19.?The receiver of the Rut
land Stn* t __*_-_"*-_* Company and th* Chittendei
Poaer Compai.y. of thla city. whose securities wer
sold bj Douglaa Koblnson. receiver of the M_r
cbanta' Tn_8t ' ompany, b*fl exptataad that th
?ala wwt u matter ai routir.e to elear the companle
ii volved fr. ' "n wlth the afTalrs of tb
i ompany, whlch held uerurittc
? ??; bond lasuea Th* pi o
ceedlngs will not h.ve tbe effect of removing th.
..._-I,... ..,.- ih. r,t-e_i.,r,r .1 l_hu_.f
KEENE AND THE,4SYSTEM.
Lawson Tells of Secret Working i
The September Instalment of Thomas W. La
son's "Frenzled Finance." in "Everybody's Ma
azine." ls devoted prlnclpally to a recltal of t
experiencea of James R. Keene wlth the '*f_yst*n
Mr. Lawson sketchee Mr. Keene'a rise to fortu
in the West and his career as the most skill
stock manlpulator in Wall Street. Continuing.
For over a quarter of a eenturv, Indeed. Jam
t. Keene haa amazed Wall Btreet by hia 'nflnl
B.IatPKy and daring. His magic knowledge of I
side happenlngs hds made both his followers ai
'V.s f nemies marvel. At lntervala it ls revealed
wau street that some of Its great corporations a
m trouble, und that, to hlde deflciencles ln earnln.
they have been paying dlvldends out of capiti
i nan the stocks of theae eoncerna drop Ilke me
cury ln a freeze, and it leaks out that one mi
Knew the deadly aeeret weeka and months befo
tne crash. When prices are at the bottom Jam
K. Keene begin . to cover the "short sales" h* hi
out In preparatlon for the fall. and hia bank a
lg count swells plethoricallv with his proflta If
great (W..Patlon astounds the flnancial world,
comes to light that Keene has had the news in tir
to take advantage of it. Indeed, it ie a tradltii
of *A all Street that any clerk or confldentlal mi
having a aeeret to communicate knows where the
is the best cash market for such valuable consider
tions. and although he has had in all his lol
eareer "agents at tbe elbow of every opportunity
to quote his own phrase, the sources of means
his information have never been suspected. and
this hour he moves as mysterioualy as on the d;
he began operatlona.
In 1900 Mr. Lawson says. he notlced a selling
Amalgamated Copper stock ln such quantitie..
to lndieate sudden unloading by one of the ch!
insiders, and soor. afterward, on the occurrence
at. improvement in the company's condition, n
generally known. a furious buying rnovemei
H. H. Rogers, whom he promptly consulted. d
clared that there must be a traitor tn the "S>
tem's" camp, and Eawson prepared a snare:
Next day- 1 sent to Mr. Rogers and to Mr. Rock
ld i,eUtT conflaential commur.ications in regard
i-oppers. They contained opposit* lnformation. ai
, " Jhs ooatenta of elthei leaKed we should have i
?. , cuipnt. Sure enough, next dav a transaction c
a J curred on the floor of the Stock Exchange whi
cieany indicaied a knowledge of the statements
e had sent WUliam Rockefeller. I followed the cle
j and was astounded to .md it led dlrect to James
Keene. A: first 1 concluded I had got twisied, bt
tesung back. link by llnk. there was no eacapii
the conclusion. lt was, indeed, a atop-and-think-:
over place. At last. Keene had penetrated t
standard Oil cltadel and waa preying on i
choicest secrets. He was in tne enemy's count
with a vengeance, and I wondered what the cor.e
quc-.es would be. I reported what I had found
Mr. Rogers, who instantly grasped the whole 1
trlgue and took m.-asures to lay it bare. The s
cret partner of James R_ Keene. the my.'.. rio
plunger of the stock market. was none oihet thi
William Rockefelbr s confldentlal secretarv wl
knew almost as much about Standard Oll and i
inner workiiigs as did his chiefs. But the secreta
knew far too much to be dealt with summaril
and it was agreed that this was no time for blood
i for the time being pollcy must prevail. There wi
no explosion. The secretarv was sent for and to
h j pleasantly and klndly that. as ho had decided
_- i deal ,n stocks, it seemed much fairer to his chle
. I ***al he should do so from outside of No. 2". Broa
le j wfty, and in ar. e iually pleasam way he offered lr
; resignation. There were proper rxpresslons of r
ia ?**"'- fro:" **r. Rockefeller and Mr. Rogers. a che<
; for a v*ry large number of dollars as a present.
*- ; warm handelasp and a tareent "Oodspeed you
>f j your new sphere " and This man waa where ]
. ; could secure no more secrets with whlch to blac
~ l Jack Wall Street
?a I Amalgamated Conper stock came to be In
"waterlogged condition," and Lawson proposed
ie I Rogers his plan for restoring lt:
ia II Tras r? 8*?n<3 for Keene. turn over the ent!
g manioniatlon nf A niT-lsramated to him. and mal
ie his forgiveness conditiona! upon the successful r
es.ablUhment of the corporation with the publl
, Mr. Rogers reluctantly agreed to forglve Keei
j_ proviaed he restorcd the stock to favor, and i
I once I began to treat with the exiled plunge
Keene joyoualy met us more than half wav. T.
ii'gotTate.l an agreement to the effect that 1
f should take hold of the property In his own wa
and that as a further inducement he could bv
? frcm us Rt cost all the stock that had been acci
mnlatc.i in the F! .wer pool. Als . he was promlst
. that if he won out, Mr. Rockefeller and M
__ Rogers would 1oln him in putt!:,_r his rubher pro]
. ertles into a new company. and our talk went i
- far as to plan out this venture ln detail. Th
bargain was finally clinched by Rogers and Rock
,_ fellers subscrfbing for seven -ind a half mllllons .
j the new rubher stock, the subscription hinginR al
le solutely on Keene's success with Amalgamated.
Mr. Keene went about his work wlth energy ar
d trilllant skill, and the prle* of Amalgamated roi
And simultarecusly he was at work on his ru!
' her company, whlch seemed d>;stined to do grei
l# things. Already the enterprise had run the gantl.
of publie announ- ements. wbich had plainly stau
that Standard Oil was behlnd the enterprise ar
l.od subscribtd for seven and a half millions of tl
Poor Keene: Neither he nor I estlmated right:
the Indlan nature of the men we dealt with. Thei
I came a day soon afterward when the great plungi
t- sent round his check for the last share of tl
. Flower pool stock and wlth lt a note of congratt
lfitlcn to Mr. Rogers. I sat in the offlce of the m_;
I- ter of Standard Oll when this letter and tncloi
n ure were brought to him. He passed them ov?
to me and left t h* room. returning a few momen
; leter with a sheet of Standard Oll letter pap<
** which he tossed across the table for me to reai
tv , Tiila was the message:
.. ', "You may now cancel our subscription of seve
? and a half millions to your rubber company. an
s- : j.lease ar.nounce to the publie?or I will?that w
a , wil] have nothing more to do with it."
_, j It was a staggering blow to Keene. He saw tl
I result of his magnlficent work fall and vaniah 11k
a. tower of cioudland. yet he dared not resent wh.
had been done to hlm.
DENVER SAVINGS BANK FAILS.
Eight Thousand Depositors of $1,400,00
i- ; Affected hy Appointment of Receiver.
p ! Denver. Aug. 19.?Judge John I. Mulllns, ln tl
>f Distriet Court to-day, appointed Guy Leroy Btevic
receiver for the Denver Savings Bank. and tl
u bank was closed.
i- : Deposltors of savings who had been permittetl t
draw only 10 per cent of thelr funds since Augu;
q 8, when a run on the bank began. petitioned tl
o court to take charge of tbe institutlon. and the oft
d cers in charge cor.sented to-day to have a recelv.
appointed. The bank had more than eight tbot
d sand depositors, whose savings deposits aggregate
51.*K-i-.C_0. and there were also checklng aecouni
aggregatlng aeveral hundred thousand dollar*. b<
1 fore tbe run.
In the petition for a receivershlp it is charged th?
_.. more than $500,000 had been loaned to I_*onard 1
Imboder. and a_.sociates on securities of doubtfi
jj The offlcers of the bank to-day flled an answer t
n the petition denying that the loans cotnplalned t
, were made on lictitious securities The Bank (
lj America, of New-York, holds 400 shares, a niajont
e of the bamk** stock. as security for a loaa <
)f 180,808 Th* shares stand on the bank's tx>nks 1
K the name of (' IT. Wilfley, but ln reallty, it is salt
n were eontrolled by ln.bodei. Mr. Wilfley hu
'j atated that he never purchased or had anv leg;
tltle to tbis stock. J. A. Hill. president of ti;
bank. who ls said U> have represented the Imbod)
interests. i? absent lr. the East.
I charglng vlolatlon of tne or ler of I
i John F. I'hlllips. issued in March. 1JK
RAILROADS SUED FOR C0NTEMPT.
! Alleged That They Give Rebates in Defianc
of Courts Order*.
Kansas Clty, Mo.. Aug. 19.?Coniempt proceadina
t the defendants from glvlng rebates ln vlolatlon c
the Interatate Commerce law, were flled here to-da
1 ln the I'nited States Distriet Court against th
rt Chicago and Altoi:, the Chicago. Burllngton an
' Qulncy; the Missouri Paclflc. the Chicago. Roc
' Isli.nl and Pacific, and the Atchison, Topeka an
Sr.nta Fe Railroad companlea. The companies ar
1 charges with gtving rebates in vi._iutfi*r. Ot the re
. strii!nlng order, and the court is asked to cite th.-i
The contempt proeeedings allege specifleally 1
.se of the Chicago and Alton that that com
grantcd rebataa amounting to many th<.u
of dollar* on th* Bta_pm*ata of agricultura
and farmlag Tnachinery to the Internatlonal Har
v st. r Company. The proeeedings against the Btll
liugton Railroad are praetically identlcal wit
..gainst the Alfn.
The proocodlnga agalast the Missouri Piiclnc. th
Rock Island and th.- Santa F.- allege that thea
conwanies have glven the Hutehlnson (Kan.) Sa!
Compani 25 per cent of a pretended Joint taril
r.Tt.' upon salt routed to poluts oo tlie Mlssour
The nroceedlngs were flled by A. S. Van Valketi
bursh I'nited States Distriet Attornev for th
Western Distriet of Miaourai. at the Jnatlgation o
fi Pur.ly, Assistant Attorney General of th
TO BUH-D NEW PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Montreal, Aug. 19.- A company known as th
Katt< .isl Constructlon Company haa been forme.
t.i pulld tb^ Otand Trunk Pacific rallway. Th
omnpsnT to-da* advertised for bida for tlie cen
atruction of a flve-hinired-mile aectlon of the net
oatlncntal Bna west of WlnnlPflg. and for i
aiction between Port Arthur and the mutu llna*.
GfcT PURE WATER.
HOW IT CAN EE HAD.
To Avoid Typhoid Fever, It Is
"Pure air, pure soll and pure water"" have he
laid down as the destderata for the abiding plat
of man. Without the flrst two the laBt ls une
talnable. No water whlch has passed through
polluted atmosphere lnto a polluted soll can rea
the "spring" a healthful fluld, however clear a
sparkllng Its appearance may be; the rnedla throu
which lt passes wiU thoroughly remove only t
Insoluble lmpurltles. Thi.s is recognlsed by t
Board of Health. whlch lnstruets that. "to ave
typhoid. at preaent. no well or spring water
Brooklyn be drunk without flrst being bolled." Ai
further. that no spring water from elsewhere, ho'
ever pure, should be used unless bottled.
lf there be sprtng waters that fall through
atmosphere not charged wlth unconsumed carbr
tn the shape of amoke. wlth the disease laden e
halatlons of malarlai swamps or wlth the noxio
fumes of .-hemcial work.s. upon a soll not cc
taminated wlth animal excreta. and which ps
through strata rhat will add?in a decree too m
to make of them a medicinal draught, and y
sufficlent to make their vlrtues as benefkrent as t
waters are attraetive to the eye?minerals knoi
to possess certain therapeutlc propertles, t
danger from drlnklng natural water. whlch or
is quito agreeable and satiafactory to the p<
ate, can be avoided. Bven this statement requir
qualifying, however: for. unless the requislte 1
telligence and solicirude be exerclsed ln carlng 1
the reservoir ln which this grateful gift of Natu
bubbles up. and ln conveyine: the latter uncontan
nated to the consumer. the water. originally pu
and healthful, will prove anything but safe. thoui
lt may still retain Its pleaslng appearance and tas
In an article whlch appeared ln the columns
The Tribune of December 20, 1903. the stat
ment was trlade that "there are waters furnish'
to this city which Nature has put through her ot
cleansing and purifying processes. and the pr
prietors of which have exhausted every resource
modern science and lnvention in furnishtng tt ;
clean, as sweet ar.d as uncontaminated as it com
l* j from Nature's breast. A company located at P!
ne j Hill, ln the Western Catskilis, is shipping to tii
ts . city daily a carload of absolutely pur<- sprir
^ I water. This water comes from a sprmg on ti
to east side of Belle Ayr Mountaln., The flow is 4.S
a- j gallons a minute. The unvarying temperature <
jg ! the water is 42 degrees. proving the great depi
m I from which it comes." While the testlmony of i
io ! high an authority as Professor Charles F. Chandle
of Columbia College. who, after analyzing it, sat'
y. | "This water is extremely pure and entirely fr<
? } from contamination." ls a good and sufficlent li
J^ : dorsement. lt is buttressed by the fact that.
to ? mention the names of the medical men here wl
fs i use and recommend thls water, would almost be I
jg i call the roll of New-York's leadlng physicians.
e- : Visitors who have made careful examinatlon te
:k j tlfy to the accuracy of this account: Flowing fro
.* a mouniain the sides of whlch are entirely uninha!
ited, and every foot of whose surface is owned ar
watchfully guarded by the company against tl
barest pos?lbillty of soil pollution. and in a reg'.c
where the works of man do not send aloft the
subtle poisons to taint the atmosphere throug
which the waters of thls spring inciplontly pas
they must needs be pure at thelr fountain sourc
And the company sees to it that they remain '.
until they reach the consumer. Covered by heai
plate glass, and so protected from vagrant par.icl*
of dust, dirt and other lmpurltles. the sprtng's d
licious. sparkllng waters are run by gravity throug
a glass pipe, led above ground. to the scrupuous
clean bottling works. where they are bottled t
machines of the company's own tr.vemlon. Tl
bottling house. whlch contains every approved a:
pllance for washing, sterilizing and fllling whic
modern science has devised, and where all open
tions are performed by machinery. has been te.se
described as "the model bottling works of tl
I'nited States." Thus, from the time they gus
from the mountaln side unul they reach the pi
trons' eager Up., these waters are said never for
moment to be exponed to any eontamlnatlng infli
ences: the precaution is even taken to sterilize tt
bottles and seal them secirrely.
This water is supplifd by the Crystal Bp-ir
Water Company to cusromers. direct from -ars, i
from its offlces at No 2,231 Broadway; its sale <
deliverv is never emrusted to drugglsts or grocer
or any other outslders. Popular in offlces, as
homes, lt ls also sent in quantities to the varlot
city hospltals and other Institutlons. The bottl
are packed in wooden caaea, which are del.ver.
to any part of the ctty at 65 cents a case of fi
bottlea, about flve gallons. Thls water will ke<
PAIN'S CARNIYAL OF FIRE
Battle of the Sea of Japan and Other In
mense Pieces Thursday Night.
Pam's twenty-seventh annual Carnlval of Fl;
will be held in the amphttheatre at Maahatti
Beach next Thursday. As possibly this will be tl
last carnlval to be given tn the present inclosur
Mr Pai*. is making a special effort to outdo a
former years and to cause it to be a red lett.
night in the history of the beach.
In the afternoon there is to be a display of Ja*
anese dayllght fire works. flred by Japanese expert
These creations have just been received fro;
Tokio and are from the same stock that was use
at the reception to Secretary of War Taft and Mli
Roosevelt by the Japanese royal family. At dus
the grounds will be beautifully illuminated wlt
twenty thousand glow lamps and French and Jaj
Owing to the length of the flreworks programm
the display in the amphitheatre wlli begin promp
ly at 8 p. m. Among the two hundr.rd set plec.
may be mentioned Togo's victory la the Sea i
Japan, 150 shlps ln action. covering an area of 50.0
square feet. and "Harvest Home." with its frui
of the earth. Several mechanical set piect-s w
be seen for the flrst time, including aa excitil
head-on colllslon between two trains. and "Tl
House on Fire," which show.- a burning buildin
the arrival of the engines and rescue of the 1
mates. Changeable devices will include roscs
the God of War and ltlies-ol'-the-valley to the Gk>
dess of Peace. Portraits of persons nov.- in tl
public eye will ther. be shown. In the 'uke will I
amphlbloua animals of all descriptions. and writ!
Ing. spouting aquatlc pyrotechnics. ending with tl
fioating llly pond.
The aerial portion of the display will consist ,
aalvos of G8, 80. 80 and 100 inch bombs. witb com::
s; "Fleld of the Cloth of ..old.' "Elc-tr
Sunbursts." "Peacocks' Plumes" and "Pyrotechn
Cuttle-Sh." tinisiiirig wlth tb. coloaaal MB-hu
shells, which will throw out flfty thousand star
Among the repeating sbella will be at?en bon
ten dlfterent cotnbln.-i.ti.nis. lncluding "Chryaanth'
" i mums," each break showing -
ll ] ihe flower: "Paln's Fiery Spider Bombs/' in aerii
d flights; "Columbla's ?Salute" and "The a
Flowera" The flights of shells will teclnde .tl
?Radium Ctoud*' "f one hundred bomb., tbe "FburJ
light Bouquet," which will create a maaation; tt
?'Rooseveltian YoAley," producad by the .lectrka
dlscharg.- ot fiv- hundred bombs. which wiM cem
tbe heavens wlth nallUons of multi-clorr
and tbe famous "-?Tar .bells." as used by th. Jaj
ran-M .nd Russian. i" thetr grwtl battl.
?fiK-ltaa a welrd ettt ?* The roekets wil! bs
\\ inrtra-ds tn over two hundred comblnationa
. hTte?v_ltl-S will include "Th. Bu
Sav* "SirKing Blrds." Fioating -
e ?h??B?nd feet long "Flowering I
_ I %S7_-_ro_B__Je Canopy.' and tb. 'Sanhatta
f Beach Boimuet" of Ave thOUM
l-(?u Tuesday tbere will be? 9 ndertfc
...i-nice*: of Klnsa ' ouncll No 6.1 ''. <>. I. lli
NoW-fof MecS Tan.-al- M s und*
comrnlnd of Potentst. Wllliam
n.V.k, tb'-'.r annual pllgriraag. to the hrewarka o
'A i the same daj
WILL PLAY FOR DAVS CUPS
At Point Pteaaaat, N. J . i al tb. shor
1 and on the river will Joln in tbe play at tl-.. gol
! club for the Davta r_ Hai-ttn
1 j Davia One cup will be piayed for two days. An
" ; gust 2>> and Beptemh?r t; tbe other. open to th
1 ???.'uriis Ctrcle," will be piayed for on Labor Day.
1 ! Uabor l>a> alao aill ae. the annual play for th
* I President's Cap, wblcb thla year ha. baen give
- bi C< lonel Henry T Dechert.
i "Golf baa b* ai tba tntereat ? t 'h> aummer colon
of Point Pleaaant tl
-? much enthusiasm tha* therw matchea
? forward to wltn greal fcnti
. SUMMER SEASON GROWS LONGER.
The Long Island Railroad has d. i,i.
J th'- summer Tlin.-tahli. wlth full oih, b ment ..
l trains. unti. B-Ptembel BI Ipataad Of substitutinj
the fall t'.metable, as uatiai. on the flrst Weduesda;
after I_abor Day.
Offlcers of the rallroad declare that this departur
from the usual custom ts slgnlficant of the fa-t tba
Hear-Torheia are IncreastriK tbe length of the*
i summer outlnga.
a av, -. ir? ago ti.e family t ir wenl to U
countn before July i and remain d aft.
Uuy aaa a greal exception. but now to sucb ai
' txt. ni 'l' home ldea gTOWB tii- sea
i m ai wooks long.r. The p*-u_ri- n
earlier and stu> lutcr.
cheoeninaen & THEBESTHaTELSll>E:
-8 HOURS FROM LONDON OR PARIS,?
Cb. IPosi faihionahl? Seasidc Rtsorl on
tbe north Sea.
PAUCE HOTEL. HOTEL lURMBf.
HOTEL 0 QRAN8E. HOTEL 6Ai.II.
8AI3T HOTEL. HOTEL RAUCf.
C_roer ol tne oje de
AVENUE OE L'OPERA
Oponnd JULY 15. with <he /?/?>?/ and all Atodorn
Impravomorttm O. VAUTIEft, P*op.
nd ? - _ :f-_
NEV & EXGIUSIYE DESISH8 s
in s.LM roR y\y:
S$y LACES, RIBBOiN
V/ AND DRESS MATERIAI
VERE STREET & OXFORD Slt.EE
AS. SHOOLBRED & Cl
Silks, Dresses. Manties, Costumt
Gloves, Laces, Ladies' and Qentl
Ttien's Underwear _c Hosiery, Mer
_. Boys' Clothing, liats, Boots, el
Jas. Sbool&rsd $ Co.,
.51 to 162. TOTTENHAM COURT ROA:
ocation d flu.omofcile.
Garage Bob Waitei
83. GRAND ARWEE. PARIS.
4^5 HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORI
Tbe rooms are bngtat, treab and a.
antj deligbttuiiy qui*t. Bath-oom to every Su
Th- moat famous Keataurar.t ut r.urop*. 1
Oa-cbeatra playa during Pinner and
th* Op?>ra Supper
CLARIDGS S HOTE!
The Centre ol Fash.onabie Lonc
"Tht Last Worxf cf Mod,
Kotei Lvxary. Cktrmma stxtfes tvith ptvo
entrjtnce, bathroom. etc- Cfber 300 roon
d\c*rty IOO bothrooms
A mtgiuficent Royti Safte.
and Orill Room
GENERAL MINER CHARGES STAND
Judge in Taggart Divorce Case Eefuses
Strike Them Ont.
Wooster. Ohio. Aug. W.?Judge Eason rende
his decision to-day ln regard to the motion fi
yesterday to rule out the charges against the pr
dpal men named as corespor.dents in the Tagg
divorce case. Judge Basoa s'iued that he wo
dtamiaa the Charge* against Captain Rither i
against Clinton Spenear, of Chicago, but that
would not dismiss th* charges against (__ene
BUner, Lieutenant Fort?__qt_*, Pjptasn Bash i
William Taggart. In regard to th.e letters, Ju.
Eason stat"d that lf half the charges against Mi
imprisor.iT.g Taggart were not disproved. ila
Taggart woold have been j-istitied in WXtthlg
most any kind of letter t" get out of prison.
He went at length tnto the other charges t
ely scortKi Aliner. Fortesqu?-, Bash and \\
Ian: T.'i.-'jr'-rt. ata t ing that the evidence so far i
__aprOT*d or lt was against ther
The depositions of I_ewis BL Bash and !__?
eaquc, both of whom are named as c.
apoadents, were read to-day at the openlng of
;.? ai I -nce. Both tie;
dPt:: rable to th- - t, Both .
ges against them as stated in C
taln TSgoart'a petPion.
LOSE A THREE YEAR STRIKE.
Masons to Go Back to United States St
Plants with Nine Hour Workday.
ts___rg, A'lK- tt.?Th* :...-..! efflc. rs of
Bricklayers and BtOSM M
soclatlon have receivtad fron tbe nat
per* astua* work for the United Sta
Cofporatlon und throwioj ;,:i u
ta Tho action enda ? strike mt thr*i
ar.d was a surpris-.- tO the st**] offlcials ai
labor men .*.er the n .
the corporaOoa wanted nine hours t
\. ?? a atrlke of three yeara th-- men have
10 v. .i k iiiiit \i
It - I that thou i bri'
of she I :
BOARD OF ESTIMATE BLTJNDERS
Resolution Concer.ung Wi!!i .msburg Brid
Terminal Mnst Be Rescinded.
lt haa Joari _**_ d-*_o.*i-d thaT tha I
Estimal i mad a
Ua I*-. rr.
T..t:o! -tni-ial of 1
A rs tl
Th> .-t upon t;
the use of P . ba r*
fOT th* t ?kll:_- lf Tl,
shoulti h;i' ?
. d 11 s i ?'
raiaa .1. ::i
Fattmata ??? tr meetlng. res. i
meet the rcaqnlrenH
In the in..tr -une th* progrtas cf a neede-I I
I.. ? , ?? ? ? n ? i- i untll ia been lega
FIVE YEARS OLD. KILLED BY WHISKE
John L'tii.way. nh h\ - yaot* I H _:? d I.:
at St. Vlnc-nt's Hospital of alcohulism.
The boy waa present Frulay at a wake heid oi
FSAX ".ir_ AXB HOLLASD.
uAHIS (Fawltf AmertcanHo-TaJ
_ Hotel Chatham.
??. RLE 5CK:?E.
0PP051TE THE tiRANU OPERA.
Tht Modern Hotel of Parix
E. AKMBKlSft- Manager.
HOTEL CE LILLE ET d'ALBIOH,
BS. Bae %t. Benera,. claaa ?e Place Vendome. "?__? fll.-a. At
?aadnii lmpraewnaBie. XvBry haflBS c?ofart. larra _?_,
BsBtiwem. k-aebeaa* aa. BaBaiaa aa flse. ertsa ar 8 la earaa
8Bie_raBraaf: Lu.i~_.lb.ob. e____.-Heatr* Abadia. Pm.i'aaa
II i l l n i ? tsr.s. -8, Cour dc
Hotel do PaJais gs^S.^atB.
Faris, 28, Cotit dc la R *_?_?_,
-oird 18 tza
GrAND HOTEL D AIX
AIX-LES-BAINS aqbert n?
Lrgvpc __ Savoy Hotel I ianagar.
P-la-oti-ie I.icht. -fnar-it-g Carrino Pu.r_k
On Sea Fforer.
THE "C0BT1NEIHT8L,'* 400 BEDB.
m "SPLEKOIC," 400 BEDS.
KURSAAL & 8EAU SITE, 150 BEXn.
ARRANCEMEMTV-PEN.ION, ROOM ? M?_*.!_?
-3 AND ts PER DAY.
ACCORDING TO LOCATION OF ROOMS.
AUG. DECLERCK. Proeri.ta*.
HOTELS IS GERMA5Y.
'! FRANKFURTER HOF
UREN8ERG i WZS
HOTEL 0- RUSSIE.
west _t Most ,
Etegant in \
Newest & Most \m ?
ii. AUSTMA, HUNGAB.Y & SWITZEELA-T.
T KOTEL BRISTOL
Lecated on the Fa.?hionable Ksrnthctrfra|
and the favorite resort ot Americ.na.
tect Freo-b Cuisin. snd cholce winea.
GO HOTEL HUNGARIA
First-Clas** Hotel with Ka.ora_M< be? ove?* tb*
Danube. Everv modern corafort. taclusife 4*ae*>
csa & English pdtroaage. CHARLES J. BlB-i-tt,
Maodfler, tormerlv ei lmperial Kotel, VI.*.na.
FRANZENSBAD l H ^0ctiTP-_ar_?_.
BtLK-HTnJt VBWS OVga OLAC4XBS Atm
al- LAICtS- J. OE*?CH-MU_l_-_ Prosnere. 9 Mea*oa.
?? 5r^iid Hote!
_,TB_ CO.. HOTXt? BtAO -JTC. 9 KCrtt-MO!*-.
TttE AtOCEtttt HOTELS OT LAmSAMttwtt
SOTBBB VIEWS OT LAKX AND MOCNTaUNaV
SrST AMSBICAN AND CNGU8H PATBONAOB.
ei ^The Baar au Lac.
ITALY AND SOUTH 01 FEANCE.
CflU/la PRIVATI PAl-L
- a. at Thelr home. _*?_
? , , _?_ ase wa. .1
', first d. - ?'*a soon found
us to be ?>* hiid dl_
PLANS F0E PLUNGEB TEST.
,e Submarine Will Go Down at Oyster 3aj
Ovst- | irrangements
-esident Roosev.lt. will
pra-1.::. ,r B*Jr watera
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Th-* iV'.Iow!r._ BsaMBBBa in ??an_r-.ip.cy wa>re rlled yaata?
rhe BaflBal Statea ___?_?
vs .1 II Bair ."o BS Wu? l__B_r_-.. -
n.l * i-.iaan _
111 . *l_ _' iilll-aa aisai by U-ula Oottln. as_ othera wlth
Cher.ea are made Utat tba Jaj
,.V,)Mt Arnd-tafwaeil ' B?.u?> worth of stoeh acl paid
*-"'"' Ba 8_alBIBBa_
w*i'.. <_ ^ -.. who aaya ha Bb A
a-imer -av. a SctlU__a bttt _t
., lt.xaluitar>' netulon waa flled a?alnat Nath-n _.-??T.
_-a"an adlviaual aand ? aole aurvlvina iibiibm et ? HtO
?-r a t"u pet?.'?<?"**. manufact-rei- ot Baroaatwa-r aad
lBth-at Vf B. Conrad aad othass claim ??_? _a_a B_aBa
? _. ? ? ? s - -> ---?>