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*-.?>? appearoo" FIrst Depaty Commlssloner Ed
?wards of the Btreet rieanins: Departmeat said
that oae hundred Philadeiphia laborera woaM
be or. baad by daybreak to-day. Slnce the
H*s'->- Depertmeal baa been put ln charge ol
th* wnr-k Connnuaaloaer I?arllngton baa plaaaed
t, havP ., j.-isf d-'Uble the seven -hundred that
were regularlv empioyed before the striko. This
?s ae^esaary becauae of the accumulatlon of
aarhage I' tb" laborera arrlve to-day work
will begin wlth about three bandredl?eaon the
-,-v a*-r> <;? ihe coatractor furnishes th- l._<*? a<1
dltlonal laborers. as be promleed. the cleaalng
cf th ' ? i;'; ?** bPf?r
CRAVEN HAKES PROMISES.
Followicg a talk wtth Oaaausaloaer Craven,
yeaterday afternoon. the Mayor said: "Every
,s being made to ge< men to work at
|Bg the street*. Coramisetoner toiwta
ed me he expects to have a worktng force
ef two bandred raea to ?tart ln work the first
thlng to-morrow mornlag. Eighteen of aeoM
at Btatlon 0 this morning. and aaked
for work They were nat to work. At Btatlon
tme number of old men applled
fr.'r , ona. They were pul to work.
.;ki. . th i i understaadlag exoept
ted work '
rtoner Craven haa assared me he
woaM do ail in his power to relleve the situ.i
bul it musl be done !n a legal way. The
Oomn baa sent a wrltten notlce to the
extra men ln the deoartment who were laid off
for tack of work, nottfylag theni they can go to
work if they wiah. The Civil Service list of
onf. | >ne throfh, an 1
those on tbt llal who want work can ..ave it.
A'* a that li.-* has been exhausted, the Com
EUiaskmer will employ any and all laborers he
ca:i get. to do this work.*"
It waa tearned also that Commlesloner Craven
expectc to have another conference wlth the
eommlttee repreaenting the Btrfkiag drlvers aad
their parent organixation, 'be Cnited Teamsters
of Amerlca. M< nlon aaid yester
hat they w< tick to their orlginal
?etnaads -forty-elght hours constitutiag a
week'E work, an belng pald for at 2.".
c?r,is an hoor: no Bn? being imposed without
an opportunity for a hearing; the achedule of
Unes i ? a" or a aystem ^f auspeasion
aubstituted, and that the badges taken from the
tored to them. These demaads were
v the Commlaaioner at the ron
. aad there seema little
Ukelihood of an agreemenl unless the terma are
. misetoner Dariington bas aet a hard pace
a.= a work having been up and
about all 6 night he was scarrying
town yesterday until almost tnidnight.
iyed lasi night
- disinfectants on the mor*
gexous rubbiah . - iplaints carae Infrom
nsaay I were met wlth i ie reply
dred they would
I to the districta Bheriff Hayes reported
the evil ii ,.f Qariem. i sp lally ln ap
town Little Italy. The Comraiaaioner said last
nigbt that l liate daager of an
ii--, but * ? sttaation had become
I possibilitles of dis
ease. He also spoke highly of the work I>r.
Bena ! a
BOT SENT TO WORKHOCSE.
Rte aftermatb of Satarday's arreets was heard
id th" eou aan Jacobs, the
atrike breakera ;it a -
v as aeat to the workbooee for aji tndefinite
Barknr, ln the Yorkville
coart Paal O ol No. 511 Weet 19th
Sn the same court on the
chaige of throwing bricka at a Btrikt breaker.
He aaa beM in s.V*i bail for a hearing to-day.
itrike breaker <lid not appear againet
Cobm en was denounced at the
?? the Btrike and the filthy condltton of
the s;roets. The demanda ol the street clcaners
v.er doelared to be Jnst and equltable, It was
dedded to appotnt ? committee '?? wait on the
- and aafc for the removal of Commiaatoner
Cravea. Ia caae the Mayor faila to reir.ove
Btral Federated LTnion wiB aak Qov
??? reraove Mayor IfeCtelbut.
irging Carl Burdock, who had been
hydraat to cfeaa
*? Firin, ln tho Cenrro sttoet
If of Bome stroag opintons.
He said In part:
.? afCalra of the clty
? Btreet Cleanirag and its
were imbeciies. it Importa
- from Princeton Unlverslty aad
pats them in charge of the great aiid vitnl work
ef . l-;>nii!u; the streeta of ti.; ter city.
They are n ire had no praetical experi
ene.- bi aucb work aad have iiO oonceptl
th*-ir <hi!y. They an ???n'.'i'd upon to perform
worka aad undertake to do ttre eity'a work,
and tJ . empioyed by tbe dty
after a rigi.i ex . -the men a*ho <i<> the
??] \\< rk?a^ ivea.
**Oeapfte tat there baa been a law
1 glvtng cbeae men the eight-hour day,
eflictala of tbe Btreet Cieanlng Pepartmeat have
arraugeij it fo that ail the drivcru are called
Bpea to work anywhere from ten to flfteen
DOart ? 4ay, and the !und of work they do -
ih?? removal of garbage and refose?would be
BGaddered by mo<t men a eery dlsagr<
? I be'iieve peraonaHy that the peopie of the
city of x- j!'3. had the Commiaaioaer
of Street cieanlng agreed to the demanda 6t
the men aad lived up 'o the prorlalona of the
eight-hour law, chcerfully and heartily in
dorsod his ar-tion ?onn?vm
"Formor Oommissioner %Vanng spent ***>,??>?>
wlthout any authorlty in hla eampalgn to clean
the streets. and the Board of Batimate and Ap
portionment cheerfally provtded the funda to
inake up tho doficlency."
Captaln Corcoran. of tho East 104th street
poiioo station. was eepectally actlve in clnsing
saloons r-s it was foarod liquor miprht be sold to
tho Mrikevs. His dlatrlct .-..i-.Tains a large num
ber of saioons whlch the strikimr drivera have
l,Pf,n frequentiiiG: alnce the beginnlng of the
trouMe. Accompanied by aeveral detectlves. the
captain peraonally made a numbrr of rounds
througfa his precinct and arreated aixteen vio
lators of the law. Most of them were Italians.
There was a rumor, whlch, however. COUld not
?o verlfled, that Mayor McClellan was makinn:
a personni tonr of fhe city in an automobile.
This <?: used the police to oxert tbemselvea to
APPEAL TOTHE MAYOR.
Civir Bodie* Ask Him to Clean
Streets at All Hazards.
Mayor McClellaa wlll be asked to-day to clean
the Btreets. Tho requeet comea In a letter from the
Streeta Confercnce Commlttee, whlch grew out i (
a meetinc of twenty-flve dvic organlsatlona ealled
by the Clty Club last winter. when tho streeta
were plled high wlth filthy snow, mcltins io a
thaw and threatening the city wlth pulraonary
diaeaaea of all klnda aa well aa wlth those wbose
oripin Hea In dlrt
When the clty to-day facea one of tho graveat of
all poaslble crisea, aa tne result of the strike of
the street cleaning drivera, and when many phy
say that i.estilonre is at nny moment likely
to break ont in the crowded Quarfers, where the
hundreda of thoutands of those who dwell In the
tenementa are pa.-k.Ml ln, wlth no eacape from the
reeking odora of the overflowing garbage cans, the
double Inter. et.
"Clean the Btreets. Do it with exlsting forcea,
.:, , , r i r ?? : l I v, - wlthout r< d lape. wlthout eom
plalnta that power is lnrking. wlthout valn appeala
for more legialation, adthout regard for any m
Tbat Is the splrit of tho appeal. There is no
blame for Mayor McClellan bimself. The letter
saya that for the holea In the streets and the
wretch. "? of the pavementa the Mayor is
ln no way to blame, and that for the amelioration
? conditiona he haa already done all that li<?-?
ln his power ln orderlng the Inveatlgatlon of the
ofBoe of Borough Preaidenl Ahearn.
aaya the commlttee, there are thinga that
yor can do, and do :it once. He can order
th ? Police Department to enforce lawa whlch
to prevent needleaa litterlng of the streets
. arrange thal proper Instru. tiona as I ? I
lawa dtlea attachlng to their vii
b, given t.. citlzens. many of whom are no-\
rant ,,.- and most elementary
proviaiona of the aanltary and penal codes i
. aith. llo can compel the Immedlate Bnd
complete reorganizatlon of the working force <>f tha
Department of Btreel Cleanehg. and he can make
that department ? inforra to eVery law under whlch
It la Buppoaed t<> work. And he can requlro the
dafly and thorougb Bushlng of I
Tbeae four general heads supply t'ne comi
with the materlal for an exhauatlve appeal to the
Mayor To emphaaUe the appeal tl!'- letter says:
??Where the public health is menaced. th. use of
;i,, streeta attended wlth unlveraal dlacomf< i
vate property Injured to a degr.llfficult l
m.ite. and real estate values Impalred. the sltuaUon
?..- of emergency character. and we ask you to deal
wlth it accordlngly."
The letter aaya thal the greal accumulationa of
dirt and refuse ln t'ne Btreets are due ln
measuif to law-breakhig citisena Proviaion Is
made by law to punlab almoat every ofl
la reaponsible for the litterlng of the streets. All
offendera ahouM he arreated, wlthout diacrlminatlon
of any kind. lt la declared.
There is aevere critlciam v>f the work of the De?
partment of Street Cleaning. Inefflclency on the
part of the wbole department is indlcated, though
,-,? la dlrected t.. the dlstricl Buperln
lendenta than to any other orBdals. Reorgan
ls abaolutely neceasary. :t i:; said.
Of Commlsaioner Craven. the letter saya th
fatf ? ;' hla '. ing lUnesa slnce hla appolntment muat
he taken Into aecount But then followa thi
it n mark:
"We truat, however. that in the future
aatlon of the department no one wili be elth
pointed or contlnued In the directlon of !ts work
at any polnt who doea not meaaure up to tha
Btandarda of effldency Ita very gr?>at Importance re
Critldam la made of the atreel aw<
the comparlBon between the work of the depart
r.'i under Commlsaioner Waring la
drawn appeal la made for the Ouahlng of the
: pavementB by hlgh powei -. and
..-it that lesa than I ?? ?
? da> would be oeeded for thla work. where
Water Department'a figurea ahow a Burplua
galiona of the Croton supply and of
Long Island supply. Of tha
boped for reliel from tho hlgh preaaure mali
commlttee la i it eanguine, and Uttle is said on the
Tbe organteatlona participatlng tn the conference,
formed t be commltti
as followa: The Clty Club, Merchants' Aaaoclatlon,
Automoblle Club, Academy of
Mediciae, County Medical Soclety, Allled Real Es
ta?<? [ntereats, Bronx Real Eatate Brokers, W<
Munlcipal Leagne, Weal End A Weat
Side Independent Club, Waahlngton Bquare. V
clation, RlvenHde and Mornlngaide Aaao
Cbarity Organiaatlon Soclety, People'a Inatitute,
East Side Ctvic CI ib, Clvll Service Reform a
tion. City Hlstory Club, Women'a Health Protectlve
ation, Sodety of Neighborhood Workers,
University Settlement, Cnion Settlement, College
Seitlement. Nurse;-.' Settlement and New York
Team Owners' Aaaoclatlon.
Tn. r?r>orl !h sigrted for the commlttee by Jo ? j'..
M. Pr'.ce, its chalrman, mul Hanry C. Wright, aec
Quick witted people
QUIT A HABIT
when found to be detrimental
to health and comfort.
SYSTEMS Coffee is a definitc poison, producing
headache, heart palpitation, paralysis, nervonsncss,
stomach troubles, or some other fixed disca.se.
Any sign in you?
A system snffering from the poisonous alka
loid?caffeine?in coffee finds relief after coffee is
Postum Food Coffee
becomes the daily beverage. It contains eertain
natural elements from the field grains that Mother
Xature rcquires to repair the daily waste in body
Make rich and strong by boiling 15 to 20
minutes after boiling actually begins, to bring out
the food value and ilavour. ?
Iced, with cream, sugar, and a squeeze of
lanflalj Postum is a delicious ^
FOR HOT DAYS
" There's a. Reason n
THE HAIWOOD DEFENCE
More Evidenee as to Alleged Con?
spiracy To Be Submitted.
Boise, idaho, June 30.?The alleged conspiracy of
the Pinkerton National Detertive Agency, under
retainer from the Mine (mners' Association and j
tl'.a Citlzens' Alliance of Colorado and Idaho to j
destroy the Western Federation of Miners, will bo <
taken up to-morrow morning when the trial of \
William I"). Haywood is reaamed. The defence sets !
up this as tbe countr-r conspiracy, of which Harry |
Orchard, it is charged, was simply an agent.
The chief witnesa on thia counter charge is Morri<5 i
Friedman. formerly :. stenographer for the Pinker- i
tona at tbe beadquartera of the Western drrhnon In j
!'-n\-r. It la alleged that Friedman, as an asen* i
of Bocialista and the Western Federation. got tlie
positlon wlth the Pinkertons to apy on the detertive
agency. Sumi- of the daily reporta of the "oper- .
ators" empioyed by the detecUve agency to Joln
the Western Federation and attend meetlngs of the !
io .1 udlons nnd to obtain their oam election to !
offlee in these unions, Friedman hns testified, were
given to him to copy. He made ? opiea for himse'.f. j
and nov.- producea a number of these reporta, which :
have he. n marked for identiflcatton, as evidenee, \
but which have not been read ln court. In faei, J
riarer.ee Darrow, of counael for the defence, told
Judge Wood that he had not bimaelf read the re
ports. The admiasibility of theae copiea of reporta I
as evidi nct will be argued to-morrow morning. i
Counse! for the atate refuse to attach Importance :
t.i Friedn an's testimony, which is incorporated ln a
book writb n bj Friedman.
I':- the introductlon of Friedman 0:1 the laat day
< f the Rrst week of the inning for the defence, a
more positlv* light la thrown on the positlon taken
by the attorneys who are endeavoring t.. clear
Haywood and the other offlcera of the Weatern
Federation of Miners. it la ciearly Indicated that ,
it is purposed to trv to show that a conspiracy to
exterminate the Western Federation weni so far as |
ure the indlctment of the higheat offlcera of !
?ration on the charge of murder.
It i- asserted that when Orchard was arrestcd on I
the charge of murdering Steunenberg !.?? was lu
duced by the Pinkertona to make a confeaaton,
Implicating Haywood, Moyer, Pettibone, "Steve"
"Jack" Birapkina and a number of other j
offlcera and members ? >:' the Western Federation to ,
in extent that Indictments could !>.- roted
agalnst them in Idaho.
Further tncrlminatlng evidenee was manufactured !
by the Pinkertona in?atfpport of Orchard'a confes
Blon, It la charged by the defence, bo that Hay- :
wood, secretary and trea8urer of the Western Fed?
eration; Moyer. president of the organiaatlon, and
Pettibone, a former member of the executive board,
mlght be convicted of a capital offence and exe- ?
cuted, while many other offlcera and members of ,
the federation were placed ln jeopardy of trlal on a
almilar charge of conspiracy.
A review of the evidenee Introduced last week
tes thai counael for the defence will endcavor
to prove that the Pinkerton agency and the Mine
Owners' Association. with the knowledge and ap
proval of t!.. Governor of Idaho, tbe former Gov
ernor of Colorado, the former Adjutant Qeneral of
Colorado, and other Infiuential peraona conaplred
to procure tfce death by hanging of William 1>.
Hayw.i. Charlea 11. Moyer and George A. Petti
b< ne, and that, Ii . the mine- owners are
dir< ;tly responslble for the killlng of fourteen
men tn the Independence (Col I atatton explosion.
Evidenee thus far introduced by tbe * feno tenda
to ahow ti.it Orchard. knowlng of Ua- blowing up
of the Bunker llill and Sulllvan concentrator ln
? xploslon ln the Vindicator mine. of the
blowing up of the Independence atatton; of the
kllltng of Lyte Gregory, and of the explosion at
San Franciaco, accuaed him
? crlm< s and the mur
?.-. h< ?.. In fact, he had llttle.
if any. personal connection wlth any of th
Witm that Orchard waa 1
Wardnei on the day I HU1 m I B
concentratoi a ia blown up: that the fa<!
nected with the \ ndicator mine tend to show
tlie explostoi was a Idi tai; that whlle > ?i
may have I. present when the Independence
- ?yed. "Ste aa, ln
the mine iwnera to blo*
;.-,.| erty, ? blunder re
b it.-.i |r !? s of life; 1 waa mur
! dered by peraona connected with tba Unlted Mine
? and not at the Inatanc 1 of the a
j Federation of Mtnera; and that Orchard, po
itlng of t b 1
I crlmea, waa lying \% I ? he had any con
n- -tion wlth th< bomb al Bradh
y- j.;. -,, been Introduced to ahoa
pk na had peraonal n
fer kllling ? s-Gov< ?-'??'? 5
u;.s tha atroni two, ln that
he waa aubjected to un
handa of ? !1 by
? ? nberg ln 189*.
en ?? of "Jack" Bimpklns In 1
19(6, r\ r-.. 1 1 itment
1 f r: :
that the defence doea not Intend to clear Slm
. tlclpatlon in that 1 in a ?< essory
;.ow Batly Btated, aa c mlng from 1 l
ind it !s p
produci ?! to this ??
ii tywood may go - I ind next
??Steve" Adama !?? atill the unknown factor In the
t ,.. defence will be obllg< 1 to put Adan 1 on the
Btand, and couns< I foi n-cotn
?j- .. . .. , itli r believea that ahould Adama go
pn ,1... ?? 11 be able to gn I ? lury
nfeaslon which h< repudlated ai
? : y.
FLOATING LAW OFFICS * DUKE'S" PLAN.
His Enterprise Makes Eosey. the Lawyer,
Green with Envy?Weddings Free.
Rcaey, me iawy^r, >? ?- ?.
. x\\ ?' 'J * ' Levy, the "Duk<" of 1 \
Btreet, hns gained a polnt on htm. Rosey *ays that
,.,.= . ,., .: . 1 roof t irden attachment t" h's
lr,w offlee, but hia plana atay all unnotlced, while
the neia;hborhood watchea the preaident >>f the
Vtarket Association put the finiablna touchea
' ";? itl c ~cm<.'? ?' ? ' ' ! ,"t
w?a PerformM on Thta M ?t
? \w- peraon who wanta to tr?t married fmm a
canal boat, Bteamer. excuraion boat or ?ti'."r
Bteamer or vessel can come upon my floatlng law
ofl - e get married and then go b
The "Duke" say^ hia Idea la\s all over that of
the Rcv. Dr. Mldnight Marriage WTarrea. iS'-t then.
of the hotel chaplain'a cllenta generally keep
aa far as posaible fmm water, so theli nelda will
The ??i>uke" lias many cllenta on Bla?kweU'a
Island, which 1: ?:-? say? Ii not to be wondered
at Whlle he was viBlting aome of them tl.ther
day, the "Duke" thought it would be a good Idea
t , i' .1 .. an offlee rl?ht on the apot. This n ?t being
poi -ihie. he is to use a boat, and make tegular trips
from Grand Btreet to the laland. Wb
ia slack on the laland he can <iro;> down 11 i? - har
I,,,, !>,. et the Ii comlng linera and tell the ai
lmmigranta where to get the beat legal advlce
ible ln the ranka of the Esses Market Bar
J. T. HYDE BACK FROM L0ND0N SHOW.
Says A. G. Vanderbilt Was Well Pleased
with Judging of His Horses.
j^j^^s f Hyde, Becretary of the National Horaa
Show Aaaocuition, who was mtereated In the Inter
natlonal show at London, arrived bere yesterday on
the Cunard liner fTmbria. He aaid tlie recent Bhow
in Liondon was a great su.ssa and that thd Amerl
eans had no simll ahare "n naklng it so.
"Alfred ?5. Vanderbilt aaked me to aay," aaid Mr.
Hyde, "that he wns thoroughly aattefled wlth the
arrangemi nta and that the Judgtng waa exc.Ilngly
Impartlal. Mr Vanderbilt won where he thought he
would and loat where be thought he ahould loaa
Mr. Hyde said Lord Lonadale, chalrman of the
internatlonal ahow, had called a meeting of the di
rectors for this week t<> decide on a place for noxt
year'a show. He said that moal likely Parla would
i?. aelected. New X"ork, be aaid, atood ln a tair way
of being the selectlon for uW.
DURABLE WOODEN CHURCHES.
Beme of th? wooden ehurchea of Norway ara fully
700 yeara old aad ara atttl ln an exeeltent ?
preaervatlon Their tlmberi hava aa.ntfully reatsted
tli? froaty and nimost nr.-tic wlntara baeauae th< ba a
baea repeatedly coated wlth tar Cblcago Newa.
'ST. PAUL'S. BOSTON, CALL8 RECTOR.
[By Telegraph to 'n-.o Trtbuna.]
Boaton, June SO.?St Paul'a Episcopal Chureh,
this city, baa Juet extended a call to tbe Rev. I>r.
Edmund H. Rouaroaniere, rector of Grace Epl* opa]
Chureh, rrovldei.ee, to auceeed Btohop Tbomua a.
Jaggar. who retirea In October. Biahop Jaggar
has been actins ractor for about two years, but
realgr.ed, owlng to poor health.
Dr. Pousmanlerc wa? atationed at New lledford
before. he went to Providenoe. lle has been a< tlve
Jn Rhode Island dlocese affulra. and thrco years
ago was deputy to the general ronvention at San
Francleco. He is a natlve of Boston, a gradimte
of Harvard akid of the Camhridge Theologlcal
FIGHT SHARK IX BAY.
Fishermen Capture 900-Pound
Whlptail Off Long Istond Shore.
[ Bv Telf graph to The Tribun* 1
Amaganaett. XjOBg Island. June 30.-Church attcnd
anee to-night was poor, but not becauaa any whale
breached and broke off shore. Cap'n George Mul
ford and Cap'n Jhn Roae atarted all the troubie.
They aet their nets yesterday. and spent to-day
resting down at the storc. About prayer meeting
time EUphalet Penny haled the rap'ns and an
nounced that there was a swimmin' big catch or
sturpeon off shore. The cap'ns don't like to wor"
on Sunday, but the barveat of thw?sea must be
gathered when opportunity offers, so Cap'n George
and Cap'n .lira put oif in the 30-foot 11-horaapowef
Molly O. ,
When they got off the beach to where. the nets
lay, flve miles out. no sturpeon was to be seen. but
a COO-pound whlptail Bhark was floundering about
aad toariag tho nets to pieces. Cap'n Jim landed
on tho shark's blunt noae wlth a twelve-foot sweep.
Tho Bhark charged for the boat, leaplng claar over
It. Cap'n Jim and Cap'n George trying ta crawl
under tho engine in the mean whilc. Every tlm?
th^ shark jumped a doaen yarda of expenatra atur
geon i. i became useleas. Bach and fonh through
the nets the Molly O cbased tho shark. the cap'ns
trying to land one good blow wlth the ehtba they
carry for jual aoch emergenclea TbJa apaclea ?l
shark Sghta with hla tall and time and time agata
aa It awlahed by the latxnch it whipped w?t of the
watcr, trying to bit the men. After a two bours
battle. in whlch the baymen were bi constant dan?
ger. Cap'n George landed a good blow fuil on the
shark's noso. Cap'n .Nr.i followed it up witb an
other from his club, and tho shark lay atunned on
the surface. With a amall batchet the last few
btchea oi hla tall were sli shed off, making the blg
nsh powerleas. The blght of a runnlng bowllne
was then alipped over a nn and the shark towed
ash?.r?. It was twenty-one feet tang and welghed
cloae to nlne hundred pounds. Tho whlptail has a
had reputatlon aa a man eater, but it la reldom
seen in Northern watera.
BLACK HAXD BLAMED.
Rosenheimer Investigatkm Pmduces
Clew to Murderers.
It wis learned yeaterday that Shertff I>ane and
r Wiesendanger are working on a n< i
and expect withln a few daya to solve the myste
rious murder of Jullua T. Rosenheimer, the Pel
ham needle merchant, whlch occurred in hla garden
o-: the nlght of June 18
The clew :a that the crlma was commltted by a
Black Hand rang whlch ha* its headquartera it:
Brooklyn and worked through an Italtan employi '.
. n the Rosenheln
attempted to rob another wealthy reaident of Weet
chester County <'n the aame
ered and drlven
F'.r nlne years Mr. Rosenheimer had carried a
? brhtly Ptrolls. The faet that the
int waa unarmed on the nlght >.r' hla ?'.??.tt'.i
Btrengthena the bellet that he waa cloaely ahad
owed for a long time before his death by Bome one
who had a good opportunity t.. know what
? . ? ? watch
tak'.m from tho body has snu-e t.n
seen in Br<" >h l> . a nd ' '
several days endeuvoring t.. trace :t. The bandits,
it has ' ? two !??''? ra to Mr, Rosen?
heimer demandlng H.00O, whl b waa to be dellvered-i
or i".st..,i on ' by their spy, bul he falled
t.. can out 1 h Inatructlona. The police have a
p..o.| deecription of the tw.> robbera and ea
have th ?? in a few daya
The police say that there is reason for beUeving
the New York archltect who
near Porl Chester, was the aecond vlctim
whom the e><r.* planned t.. rob Mr E
the nlghl beasre
the Roi ? t ahot
at thei them a * ?>??
WATER IN WAIL STREET FOR HORSES.
Mrs. Margueiite Carter to Provide Drinking
Placcs for Thirsty Aniraals.
?> ?? ? for ' ? . : ?
In f--.nt of \? jrwj Wnll atr< I \\ it<
? ?' ' polnt ta ? [o aa a
n.iw al '
lei taken to
? - ? ?!? the founder of thls hranch of 'h*
Blde-a w ?" two years ago B< fon r
horaeg in I
Ita old ? and Mrs farter con
' r.-lv ' irting a -
the place i:. Wall street t
? . 'arter eald yeatei
lety for 11
\ of .>?'?!)% t.. Antmals found out the nr.-a' c.1
dld foi the
ately Inal ? I rtty.
The watei ? places was obtained fr..m
the flre by. ?? nfncials of the wal
Mrs. t'arl ftera ard re
Cruelty to Anlmals a p< drants,
at il untll Mm' or Mc? 1 i mted a
permit <>?. ? : the I
able ta open ita
Mrs Carter, who takea n great deal of lnt<
the Blde-a-Wee, told h Trll
work som< fall
PREACHED IN "UNKNOWN TONGUE.
Iowa College Girl Caused Great Excitement
at a Holiness Meeting1.
\ \\: Tel< jraph to The /
i City. Iowa, June SO. Mlsa Ivj I >.? Borde,
a atudent al Morningside College, tbia city, who
was recently converted ta the Holineaa Miaaion
here, cauaed great excitement at the tan days'
holineaa camp meeting al Palrmont. Mlnn., where
(.(,,. ,i, ;. ... . m addreaa, one hour long. before an
-.? audlence, In an "unknown tona ?
M,s U II. Darllng, of thla .it;.. declares ti-.at ;
thla young woman'a performance w is one "f the
moat Impresalve of the meeting The "unknown"
language waa In Itaelf Impreasive, and the *\\\'
vlewa i:i Engllah, on what ahe believed the Btrange
words meant. falrly worked the hearera to a frensy
of religl - M -a Darllng saj i.
Misa I"- Borde was recently converted in the
Open I '? here, conducted h\ Harry H.
Booker, who alao talka in an "unknown tou
ACCUSED MAN OUT; ACCTJSERS HELD.
Witnesses Against Contractor Charged with
Peonage in Jail?He G?ts r>onds.
Charlotte, N C, Junt of th *
Departmenl ?( Juatic. E \. Kllne, a contractor
,,,, tfie Ralelgb .<? Pamllco Bouthern Division of the
N<.:t""ik .v Southern Railroad, i aa been arrested al
Granville, N ?'. on a charge of tteonage and re
leased on $2,500 bonda for i.is appearunce at the
n.-vt term of the Federal f >i-i11 i? ? Court al New
Twenty forelgn laborera broughl by Kllne from
N w York QUll work and lefi the scate. At l.is
Instanre the men were arreated and kej'* ln jall
untll they agreed lo return to work, to whlch tn<".
Ii%.,,,,) ln preference to confln menl The twenty
\. .i,. .-..I nn ? ? ad to j:dl aa wll
CHARGES HIMSELF WITH CRIME.
A man walked up to Patrolman Pranklln yea
terdaj evenlng at Broodwaj and Murray atreet
.,,,,; '. ..|.| he wa Vi rnon J. Verr< II, a 1.....K
keeper of No. 66 Olney atreet, Provldence, and
was wanted ln Boaton for paaalng worthless
i-hecks. He was taken t.. Police Headquartera
When Chlef >.r' Police Watta of Boaton waa li ?
formed about the matter he said be had no record
<.t xv.-h a man. but aaked that the prlsoaer be
held for tw< nty-four hours.
Provldence, <i. [., June 30 Inquirj al N.>. 68
Oiney streel dlaclosad thal Prederick II Verrell,
wn > livea there, has a brother, .) Verrell, wbo iias
been lll and who has had no regular occupaiion
lately. although it is said thal for a long time ii"
was a newapaper man. He waa here a week ago.
STRIKE AT KRUPP SH1PBUILDING WORKS
Ki.d. June 80.?Tbe Krupp Qermanla ahlpbuudmg
worka have been cloaed down. Virtuallj the wholo
HtaiT has been dlamla?d, owmg t.. a atrlka among
the rlvattere, whoaa abaenca prerenta tha othen
CAR KILLS FATHER, INJURES SON.
Camden, K, J.. Jnne "O.?john I'from, fbrty-flva
yeara oid. was killed an.l his s.m Qeorga, ten yaara
old, was aeiioualy hmi her.' ta-night, when a
wagon ta which they were rtdtag was atruck by ?
Moorestown trolley car. The m n waa cut and
bruised and was pl.ked up in an unconsclous coa
TMOOPS IXJURE 1YOMEX. I
Have to Charge M Ordcr in Froteet
U'orkers in Ferrora. Itubi.
Romc, June 30.-Th? strik* troubles in the
Prorface of Ferrera are becomlng wotaa, The
troops have been forced to charge tn order to
protect th? workers. Many persons have been
injured, includlng women, who were the most
violent demonstr.it ors. Nunwous arrests have
been made. includlng the tOWB counnllors of
Copparo. The strikers threaten to ravage the.
IIAU SOOX TO BE TRIED.
Mental Irresponsibility IVill Form
Part of Defence to Murder Charge.
Karhurnhe, Geraany, June |b?Notwtthstandtag
the fact that he has been formajiy exaadaed and
pronouneed aaae by eaperta, it is prebable that
mental Irreaponafbillty will ptey a part in the de?
fence of Karl Haa, the youag prefesa
attached to Gaorge Washington Unreeraity, who la
charged with the murder ol hia mother-in-law,
Frau Motttor. The trlal will begbj on Jaly 17. and
his counael bave gbren notiee that they will cadl
Profesaor Bchaffenburger. ol Col ?gae. as aa
Although greatly afre ted by the aui
wife who drowned I
weeka ago, Hau beara up welL The i
construe her act aa due to beliel in l.
puilt. aad recaU <
instltutlon of pro..dinga agalnsl him on Ihe
der charge. ?he vlstted bim freq
was eonftned ln Baden-Badea ln wateh
ahe left, according to the S ?? sh,>
aaid that shc loved her husband. bat that
her Uttle chlld was not ? ' motire for
her to continue llvinc;.
Hau la tweni ' oht t?U and ?\>
and glvea the Impresslon of an educated n
widow of Medl al Co
Baden It v.
a restles" rovlng
tinued his atudlea He
.. attorney abo I
conftrmed after u
ihoritlea Hau was m i i at m ?.
,? eourse of the'r I
h im to ?
mitted being at I
It on Hau
FAILTJRE OF EIECTIONS II* BEZIEH3.
Both Candidatcs and Voters Bojcott the
rs, Frnn< e, J me SO.- -Tba ?
. I the offlcen
pality who reslgned a< a
ng the wlne ??
Election bootha were erected,
dldates ' Ituted a boy< 'it. and
after the explral
HEAD OF CAMORRA EXTRADITED.
Turin, June ?"??
NO COLLISION OF FRENCH BATTLESHIP.
Paris, J'i!'..' :n> The Mlniater ' Marine. M.
to-day recetved pai
1 . ? \ ii ;?.,. T ? ?;? b .- .1. commari I
the Mediterranean squadron, ? i
nying the i
ahlp I ? ry and a torpedo boaI
yeaterday. This is the th:
? l sucb re
are causing much anxiety and perturl
among the maritime n >pulatk>n of Tov
tho reports seem !?> have originated. I
will i"' made by ihe authorttles to ascertain, ii
posslble, the objeel of is reporta,
ROUBAIX WEAVERS SENT KERE.
r.iile, june 11 tiea have ..
itine emigratlon agency. which is al I
Roubalx weaven I ? Paterson, X. J., and Lawi
Itng those cltiea te with
t:... producta of Roubalx and other Preach
produi Ing aimllar mai ? eourta arj
inveatlgatlng the matter.
NEWFOUNDLAND CUSTOMS SHORTAGE.
9t. John'a, N". r. June 30. -Tba total eastoma
revenue of tha COIony of Newfoundland f<
tis.-.i! year ended to-day waa SCSnxoae. which ia
only about I than lael year'a totad. On
areounl of the poor aeal Bshtng season and the i'-?
mi tl. ? had
re elpts would
a Btill great irees of revenue,
hnnevi tbose ..f laat year by aubstantial
amounts and assure for the coktny a goodly eur
plus wben nll tbe accounta ara aaada up.
AUTOBOAT RACES AT DIEPPE.
Dieppe, aTrance. June SO Tba aut
? ,,, to-day ln a rougb sea. a de la
Mancl.e, of 100 kllometers, waa won by tbe Tellier
in - houra U nd 31 - inda
JEWS DECORATE MR. HAY'S GRAVE.
[By Telegrapb t- l
Cleveland, June 3ft Membera of the Clevebtnd
,i it-. ai ?? of John Ha; a Cemetery
to-day, and ln behait of Grand Dtatrtcl i....iu.< No.
; a wrehth waa placed upon It bj A. Lewenthal.
preaident of the latter organiaattoa.
SAVE3 BOY, SHUNS PRAISE.
A youag man who would not k;\c bia aanM
jumped Into the East Rhrer ofl tba doch at tba
foot of Blal Btreet '. ??' night, and after dra
Fredeiick Schnau, Jr., fre a th.< wavtei I
away "1 dpn'l waal ooj name ln tha papei
l don't want no raedaL" saM th(
,,.,, awa Toung Bchnau wua playlng oa tho
v harf and toppied Into tbe water. ';'ie
atranger plunged md m im ashore wlth
him. Schnau had not been ta tba water loag
, aough to Buffei any III elfi
NEW PERFORMERS FOR DREAMLAND.
Several changea and addltlona ara t.> ba made la
tha blg F.llis apectaclea al Dreamhand as a reaatt
of u \i;.'.t to Jameatown, from whlcb Mr Kllis re
tumed yeaterday. Many peraona who hava aaaa
playing there m tbe ahowa of "The War Path" are
anxioua to get away, and Mr. BlHa made eoatracta
wlth s-ver.d who ai.' le.i.i. is in their uae ol worb,
among them being a dlver who will doatata \n th.<
fountatn In tbe courtyard, ramaining ander water
for threa rohiutes, and aa acrobat who will daa
port bimselt on tha minareta ol th?* buildini where
"The Feast of Betobaxxar" is houaed Aaotbei n
the Prince Kalu Kelay, ? Moroocan boraeiaaa wba
can do moro acrobatic trtcka a-boraebach than the
ordlnary pcrfoimer can do on tha stound.
MEMOR| COArES BACK.
Jerseif Tailnr's MinJ q Bhnk for
Four Long Years. ^*
[ By Tel Ttraph to The Trihtme. J
Plainfi-ld. X J. June 30?The blank wallg of
forsretfuinoss. which for four years bava> kent
Charles P. Brewln. of Burlington, a prlaoner feana
his family and friends, were shattered to-da
and now he is literally hla old self again. Tha
recovery of his lost identity is as pizzhn
was tta I>.-inK He lay down in the afternoo,'
for a Bbort nap as Frank ?;. Johnson, a hi:-nb\?
tailors asaastaat Somethirg snapped In hla
bead, and he woka again aa ? 'harles P. Brewln.
deaeon of the Rnptjst Caawea at Burlington. a
Graad Army man and the father of a family.
ar th* nrst tim? in fanr years he recogntoai
boum oad frb-nds and ta-day h" wili go to Bur?
lington to s?. n,s tmmtikr, his long absence from;
them bems ,?)ly aa a f1ay to hjm H,8 ertends
or, rather. thoSf> nf Krar,k johnson?new ?rw
as strangera to him. His landlady. with whoaa
be has boarektd la* months past. was a stranger
to him when he nrst saw hor after his awakea*
V.t a wee* It has h^en known to all exceat*
ing fho man bhnsetf that Johnson was ln realtty
Brewtal A s'roetrar conductor reoogniied hlta
about a weeh 'i<" and told his brother.
Il? was worhhag in the little tallor shop, ?where,
he haa been eraptoyed as Frank Johnson.
"Don'l yoti remernb*':- when we were kida?"
tha brother. arbe* the old man still falled
;.. admlt his Identity. TJaaVl yaaj fmember
bow I hlt yoa and out yoar lip? There's tha
scar of :' now."
old aaaa felr of the soar. but ahook hla
il ?-? heid a btinch of keyi in hla hand.
fumbllag them over in a puzzled ma.uier.
"Thal rhag l"ne!? \pW gasa q^
when \??* were kids." said the brother. "Let p-ai
H<- touched tho hidden snring with a pln and
tha "lost man" ?aly shook hla
He .-oul.1 rernomb?r noth
ins e? foor yaara ago, when he left a
New York hospital, a phjgatlau named Flthiaa
had told hfan that his name waa Frank <1. John
T'p ? M his famiiy had thotipht hlnj
dead From tha thne he had a ransrrohn in tha
itar he had heen neurotic. Finalty he dieap
? f'e saying*
? n a ferry
- ? ..v-nttted
p. and his
snn tooh up 1 which. h:a
nag yaaasrday. He
.enly began ta whirl
His iai gafcan, aaaa*
'tor of tho ! where
POLICE FIGHT MOB POR PRISONEH.
Finally Beat Back East Side Cro-^rd atd
lar.d Two in Station Tlouse.
? ? l
M - S -:
PKYSICIAN CHARGED WRB THEFT.
Prisouer Says He Formerly lived iu BtdMaV
ter?Was Sellmg Bcoks.
" - - the atei
Dr. 1 al a
' nalnaj ?ui ?.
? ?. - ? ?>; -
5 ? iggest
, *^ .?forv ef
v et* Ms *m
TORCH FATAILY BTJRNS GIRL.
Boy Badly Hurt by Buistingr of Cannon?.
Result of Early Celebrations.
Watai ' lana ? anaa ?:a
? a saloon
torch, s.'i to !,e baiuileaa eH bs* dreaa aa f!re
torcb. ? "? ,,p'* f?ra
and waa bursjad ta d<
? bijuiad t'^rtr*
old, ot S?. Ml K-?st tsth
and faea by Dr. Caaa, at Haaaaaal n^?
? r. t.i.o ?-.! '
v..>\ s. he waa playlti i i I >i?nr
non in fronl ol his >s?de?1 ? :e .>n*e-i
a:-..i j- i w.l.'V in Wlth w.<1s of wet se>P^".
rhe ?? innon cead
atand the j;* il II esalndad. and young Korker
A NEW PORTRAIT OF THE PO??
Rome. June ? Tha I *d ?????
we k's retreat. ln the courae of which h* wl
,i-. audlencs His last atidlenee ? ts wlfb *?T
Kennedy. reetor of the \ ~!'*??>
Monslgnor Kennedy waa acBeaaawatai '? ?*.? *
rn ,heartlat.ol Nea Toeh. who |*h*J
<??? hhnartf waa mliiatta aaww gj
an,, said tha, be had no, vv -rds '??-^^^.^"S
miration of tl ?? v ^T^.h ?h . o'g \?\
an i a goU aaadal ? ha i*"^
ELKS AND TEDDY BEARS TO PARAO-^
n Park. > ,', ,? ,.Xi.K.it ihc famoua bab.r
Park KlkM hav. d. 1>f th4, Kra?.i kxigi
parade ?. ..f Kiks wili pa
iir-J*hda , ,,,,.?, in ihe procijelin
rade. Thcl "cCnwinlni ?->
ty h.-ars.^ ^_
, BiPK TANNED BUT HAPPY.
L? oook, <*zzr^'?^?*a. ?*&??
wasi ^^r "U\v i-nmsev treasur*- ^/.^v.
?ecretary: Jebn ?. ""J!1^ c P?*?* -tncTsi
H.rrv tl Sommers. rritm ?..??r Brurt aw
w i Smyth. M'- . Waiuca
warda, Wtlham Hull. CaW"
Munro and WilUrd D. Coaay.