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T\\I v 23eW?. iw-mnrnS^^ NEW-VORK. FRID.VV, -JULY 7,
? -.a-aT^Tf-- /?aX'T,"' / 'l/VT I" ClBj of New TfaaTfc.tt*9nP*M*M*L*********t
HHI.?I4<)xJRTEEN PAGES. ** PRICE ONg < IA l ggt-WRj two a?
MUCEO IN COURT
lvpp-2 Taken from Miss Graham's
>orns by Anscnia Employes
ifow in Prosecutor's Hands.
SOME ARE STILL MISSING
Oomplamant R.peats His Story,
DecisringYom-tT Women Had
Planned to Kill Him and
Dispose of His Body.
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., of tha
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of tha -
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aai found
fcVaptti ?
aghlta three
??ker by C n i!i ? Mi
?aaalu l
Maaa for ?
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' ? ? ng thai
Mr. .-? - rltnatN
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? .4->ting in a manner
- and deolami
'tlng
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?YMnaai '- - ?ma** Exeita
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- - Mr McMa nua *rirrj
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aooM i p ta bi igl I ont
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rlnar I tha Ora
'" " ' r he arould c?!l for
I he rould ? all On
M aa - onrad on
it an unknoirn oountaaa
***? OT?r mi of
I ? ? .-?
fc'ls"i Qrttbajn'a rovolrar
' ' ?igl
*** '- - thai in a at***
? d him for
8d told him if
? re*M?-i to glvi ? efaack for 1*1.000
I - i Torkara
naaitk** and pr< i you hav*?
?-ar*-* and neven boen heard of.
**rrutu***8m8i ta to dla?
***f af J
Jfcdaelared thal ln a > ?.i.w?---*ti rn b.
b*^*r- ?" ? - O-rahatn,
^ *r. tl. hyj ot] murdoring
Grrahann ?aid bar dafi
Wl be Inaanity, bul Ifiaa Conrad aat
?*?*? '?'*?? lt 4'.,,,r, -,w- ayiii r-ay ba
j/*ckf'1 ,J! her*. and ara kllle.i hlm in
rM'd"'' aald Mlaa Con
lo **?" | ... r?- naarirb-r
'^A't I ? mlghl noad
'r< Ulilng
^" >' tbe ?ti'.vBter
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'" ??? " id bi did nol knoa bar
8888
t- abo .t hi r . io pf
J '
?arn hlm of Mlaa i in .- aV
J h"ra Uui Bbi had baan a Btalu-aor
^PfcSio,, ?, nIKm OimlMUB, an.l ih.it
** aaaw! h'"' t"M f"r ?** h:i'1 ?a*000
"tckt'^'' *"'"' "f M glV'" to '" '
?? and araa going ai-road to "ha*..
. ? ' ? Bha told hlm, h.- aald,
*?!Uj ** ''r;tn4'irn ama saaav la Pfcrla
*h? moft di?iiipat.-il Kur-Mai,-, Jt.il
r?R*l Fri-nrhnif-r,
Ujj Wlt|)*M f-atlfhd lliat h. /M-'-'i"!
,-j, Conv?r*i*tlon m Magg ilraha'ii, an.l
*hM h>l'f'j **"**' thc ?'''un,~'ss Wi,fi atiKiy
'r 'J'-'HUfv- >,t j, \,,nni.* min
* - d?rf ori( ? rn;J(j,. ,U() u,\
Mr BK*i ? .;, ,liuiu |o
State Secrets! Sh-h!
Aimost every department
of the Federal Govem?
ment has a batch of them.
which must never. never
be disclosed. Photographs
of men who know them.
hit w>n't tell. in next
Sunday s Tribune
S AXE
Haad of Dctective Bureau. Ap
pcinted by Baker. Reduced
to Rank of Captain.
EDWARD HUGHES GETS POST
Commissioncr Says False Re
ports Were Responsible for
Hic rf*Vction?Hayes
Promoted.
.-. im ? w ald ? announ. ed j eati r?
t tern.-..!' that ."? had ri-li.-vi-.l lli
?i 11 Ruaa ill ol i!" command
..: tha l ?? '? i?"? B reau, and i>h,i daalg*
tor 1 ? ard Hughea aa his
11 ... nnounced thi pn>a
in . ?..! .1. ;?,., r; Haj ea to
??? an inapector, Inapector Ruaeell is re
I to thi rauak of captaln and aan! to
tnni.ii .) ,.f th.- Tottenvllle, Btati n
' ,. preclnct. Inapector Ha^s suc
Inapector Hughea ** inspi'ctor "f
th.. l s.1 [nap. ? lon I rletrlct.
. t Uie . 'ommlBBloner in
l- theee changea cama ..* .. com
pria ?? ? ? ? one aiound Head
who takes
i ..i.-.-tiv ? Bun .;". la
? de
. -, . only
Moai ? I thla time
: J I j I r ?? i .t,nK At,<\
-.)-,, Detectlvt Bur. iu
mniis
? ?', ii -!?? ?
>V',ilr],>. who put
?. ? he Publlc Offlee Snuad
. ? th., rJutj. ? faw
ien1 to tbi Inapai T"i
? Inapi ctlon ' >latrl4*l
,. Hayes haa baan
? *? aL-oiit tarenty
ra, bul ppoini I a holl;
? d record in tha
gnoi '' u ? ' aquare"
m d h*?( of
racelred ?har dc
raiaaloaar Ba"k0r, and has
t for -suceoedinsr
the i*ti ? tor McCaffert] Ruaaal)
? th hlfl supeiiors about
zr arhan ha waa rpriur-rrj
f ln*] ? ? ?. ptatn by
? '.- 'vornectlon
aaal to dui j ai
raa broi ghl dowalown bj
Commlaaionar Baker and piaced at the
b4B8d tactlra Bureau He haa
foroa about taranty-ffc -1
anation of th* fomrnif
? ? aterday tha folloa ire
: ? ; '? was
out
f an laveatlgatlon
Dcputv J'. I.ce
? ' \\'a'?h. you sjtated
utenanta Klnaler
I l ? i*e Veiei ian .1
141 B*ad bv >ou to
knaakera* atrtka
ne 1
ng i t Patr
ms.n ' ' .'Farrell, former
?'..hai not
? atrlka duty m connectioa
er i ??--/
Fion ' me. ?1gri'd by
Valerlan J, -"'Tarre!!. William Duggan,
Willitri H Klnaler and is-aa,- a Silver
man, lt appears that Kinsler, Duggan and
tven aat Igned to i ti Ike duty ln
tlon vvith thli strike I also have he
algned bv thi ae* ratary of
Bkii t lfi nufac i 'iiera'
? -i ttea r^-ouegting ih. at>
f tbeae men for strlkr. dui
ten rn the fa^e nf it.
rlting, the nama and al
( ' A Bilverman. io whom t)\*s*,
dttecilvfa s-tated that you direr-ted them to
? ii th-v did report
theae t a ll j-ri-ear* tuai ycu
nl to the Thlrd Dep
rjoni i. .'ind later rtn
? n arntJng to the eona
? ?
In v ? long service in th*
? -I believe >. ? Interents if dla
'v:ii he BUfflcteatly 3erved by re
a you from the command of th-a De
Bureau ?nii rei'i.-.ng you to tne
? rf Captaln 1 have arrord'.ngly C\
r.rti<\ tlii.- actlon.
Tn*' making of falii- reports rannot le
. ns a moai aerloua offenr-e,
m arhlch al no time ran be allnwed
? t hi Btrongeat . oadenana-.
The copj of the lettar given oul araa
1 riut siKn.'il
it was Btau-.i al Headquartara thut the
A. Silvr-rman named in the k-ttrr
runa a privata dataetlre agen.-v ln Qrand
s.tir-rt, <li the ,..wer K.ist BldC
\ promlnant oflcial of tJie Police Oa.
rjartmant atated that Commtnatoner
i WaJdo whh ii.ii.rin. <l that tha dati?<rtlvaa
! had made thi atatemenl timt liispector
' Ruascll had aent tham cra*g lo th. pai*
Ivate .i.t.-.tiv<- agency, and than irhan
I Inapector Ruasall dentad .t rommin
aloner lv*aJdo p4u*onally Inra .atJgatsd tha
matter, faaling that R.-ini-thiria; ^.-.s
Th. .'..mirilssiiiii. r COUld BOl
! Bnd ii eaay i" undarntaad arhy Iraapectoi
Ruaaall danled thal the thr.-e m<n had
beaa Bawignad lo atrla* duty. Tlta Uarna
n.< n involvad baaa Batooa bat n tinnnfi'tn-d
, rroan tha DafaeUra Buromu. <yWovro.\ Ip
| dolng patrol duty.
- a
ENGLAND HAS HEAT WAVE
Temperature in London 83 Degrees?
Hottest ln Two Years.
Loadka. July fi Kngim.ii i? ?^?'?, ?>?i,er"
ancing a beal arare. arhlch, ?'"vv<V,'m1'.'
rordlnf to ?,.t.?,-oh.irl?.H, baa BO -'?"';'
tlon aith tba *??^t*?!, ?? ? U
temperature In Laaidan lo -oay
!..... ..I, .,,. lha li.ilt.-Bl fi r tV4<> V.'" .,
i. mi^raliit. m i/'?" '" -'?????? V,?,N, ?n-i
tha rhade. the hotteat for two ya*
|lth* hlgh temperature Ih d^ ii.a i ;
L,y tba a-holaaala to tha aaaaawa
PRESIDtTnT A rROUGH RIDER.
' ' "' ""r^ \ .Ii been
; '"Jl,y ^SthTonS
? a " I " : "'? "'' """lUr ,,/.-? i
Camp or Bough RliUra ot cuiiioinia.
SGENE \T KING GEORGE'S GARDEN PARTY AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
10INSPECT OLD MAINE
Experts in Explosives to Exam
jne the Hull of the Sunken
Battleship.
REPORT MAY BE DELAYED
Naval Oirclei in Washington Bp
lipvr Examination Will BhOff
Vfssel Wap Blown XTp
from Onifide
Waahlngton July B?A board o| i
offlcerr. etnert*i ln 8XPlOSlv88, la being
s<,|prte-i by the N"a4 ? Departmenl to
atudy ih." hull of tba battleship afalne
in Havana harbor aa t**** watj I
pump'd from tiie coffardam now bui
rounding the wtreck.
BacB'iae of t^r ,. iiily Blow prog
r?*s ot tha arorl weefc. probably arlll
elapsa before tha experta arlll ne Bbla
to lni-pe-.i the. kaafii oi Uu former wat |
fehip. but the board arlll proceed *o lHa ,
vana a.? ?oon aa Ita pe***aonaa*al la ?
knern* and arlll remaln with thi nrortt
untll 11 16 flnished
The Navy Department ofllcera arr
vinced UMl tha" ' '"? r* ?' 6
the correctness of thg findlnga of *1""" !
Mmpgon board arhlch deelded tb I
eTpiosi^n whlcl bui k the lialha a ia '
r*aus?d bjr a totrpedo oi mlne, and I
the axploafon ef the ahlp'a magaalnea
followed
j.-, ?i8w of tl d Intereal at
taching to tbe actual cauae nt rhe da i
8t**uctlon of tha v-ror ... iitlng from |
the unoorarlng of the arreek b!
army eng*l***ae**e, General W H I
cblef of enarlneera, arho haa hial rei
frorn Havana, to-daj lasued thi folloa
Ing rdgned atatement
The work of <*m"""ate*ina Ihe Malaa so.
fa- provai n^'h't-g as to tne origin of thfl
ax] rl .n r,f tbe mai i nea bui alreadyl
i abowa auch astenalve deatnictlon of the for |
. ,r. ot 'bo boat tl at ?? ,e qulta i roba
Bt f>iller nnwaterlng arlll fa" to pi"1
I <- i.y proofa, elther wa
Bueti expl' arloi i I ha 11 bo r t ?
|porta or Btatementa ni to th< origin
.flxplcardt***]
fjeneral Blxb* la quotod aa aajrlng that I
his BOUndlngfl ahowed that ar loa?t t4*-"
thlrda of the boa ware atterly arrecked
Thf aldea had been practlcally bloa n
away and wera hori^d in tba mud
Phlladalphla, July 8 Rear .\rirniral !
'oexrrta W. Melvllle (reUrad), D. B. n
aald toda\ thnt it is hla belM that the '
hattleehlp Main. W88 blown up by "n? .
,,t ha/-. ofrtx r**af*afaurineo.
"i have alwaya matntalned that the
afalne war- de*ert**o***ec* from aithln nnd
not from nithout," declared ><1mirai
Melvllle. "I have Ba'd that the e-camlna
tion ot the ahlp in Havana I aurbor arould
prove that thr- raptoslon o.-.urr. .1 wltl
ln her. One of her poarder niaunzin.-s
jama altuated bertwaen two ironl bunker
he-ada, and one of thf abell ittatHma alao
, w; j near by. Th* coal, takins fire, prob
ably heated tbe ahella In the abell
land eauaed th" tucploaion of otu of the
magraslnaa
"Naval and < riKlneiTiiiK 8***P8rtg In thla
country nnd Europc have been Incllned
ti. belleve thal the Malne araa nol de
fltrroyod by ext'-rnal tneans. In a letter
whirh I wrote on Jannary 20, 1002, to
Thomaa B. Reed, tbe Bpeaker ef the
I Houae of Itopreeentatlvea al "*?*.'.-.* ninK
I ton. t eontended thal the Matoi
de8ti*o**ed bj an Internal ezploadon."
NEW YORKERS IN BIG DEAL
Finance Electric Light and Power
CompanieB in Pennsylvania.
[Uy *Tfl*flfl*l*a*aa to Thr* *f***t*MBfl 1
Pittsburg, July 8 A -qrnellcate c*on
eaetlng <.t BnwB Brotbera, Newberg,
Het*4**rrson & Loeb and H. B. Holllna ?v
(,,, ol New rork, baa und**rwrltten the
bonda to Itaanoe one ..f tbe blggeefl deala
thal baa lnm ti traiiNuct.1.! in W.-ti rn
PH nnnylvaiila ln man) yiars.
Il ln the puretoaa Of hII th* .1.4.111
llghtlng aad power r-ompanlea In
Wiiynrsix.r.i, Waahlnfton, Canonsbuig,
<iiik.i.i>. llcDo6uUd, Olemfleld, \s',...,i
lawn aad h<-\<rai ?>th< r tonrna ln tbe
(iiiio iti\er tenltory aisquired i>> J. B.
fr W S Kuhn, Iiirni|>..iul. .1. from tbe
Bl) ayndk*ate. Tha d>-ui bavolTag naarlf
1 >rt ? NNI* M H ?.
r...iniK of the Western Pennaylvanla
Tractlon Company ^iii be u*->'i In flnan
.in** tii> put*chase of theet propertiea
and for extenstve Improvaanenta therel
A COI.ORADO VACATION LOW PARBI
i land'a ane nlghl trali morning
. bi ina from ' 'lilcagu aml Hl Louli
romhln. ;-<.i at..] coniforl IJuuKlt-ia and
l4Uaj8-. I . .'.'l I'loat.Usuy. ? AO.L
_, -'. ,_~.-.?..< J
Mfl tND MRS LLOTD QBOBOl LEAVING TfJE PARTT
. r-i -.,,.. k.. >f.,i,->;. p,?aa taaoc." '
WOFS OF A BR1PEGROOM
blothes, Saringf. and Licenif
Bnrned Jtwl Before Weddhig
- luded th? burnii I I ? ,|ar m
arhlch ' ?-?' t moat of hla
clothi nd 1
? ? W Johnal - Bd hta
. -? . . Knoll. to i iBtponi
? i ,ir ??? eddlng
ti,.- ? Fourth of
juiy exploalon fohnatoo n-aa uiiablfl ???
buy mora clothea becauae 11 araa h holl
dav. nnd had tO ? "? ' hi? tarldfl tO '.
eiad In over*llfl Q,'p wa'"!
embarraaamenl by tx i i ,: " * >
, ving .,. .... anothei marrlago!
)\,-<;ns,' to-daj
CALL BOY COCAINE FIEND
Arm Exhibited in Ooiirl Wai
Covered with "lfeedle Wcki.''
, ? - * 228 Becond av?
. - ' . .. ? .i.rc (,],}. v.'l *
..... . rtarda! ??<?< n.i'? ?
Chlldran'fl i ourl Ha araa chargad
.. |th tw Ing a cocalne fl'nd Jtaatlce Rui
?eli sent hlm to the House of ?'
erhere b< arlll remaln untll '
-. gjorltj When ht araa Mked ta
:,,r. rtia arm h? exhlbtted ? ma ? ot
hypodermlc -vt . needla piicka
?;,. ?.,.,. ,n. ated ' arlier In th* d
a j.ir,i. di !?? tl' ? " '' mptalnt ol
I tl t 8he had aal n thi
boy hanging around u.e countara for
, , daya and Buapi eted 1 Im of -
liftlng Aganl Coagrova, of the Chll
rjren'fl Bociety, aald Upr4*ri had been ar
reated n BeveraJ 04?aji1otui for mlnor
often. ? Hi i- >t physlcal arrech an I
adraltted, ir la aald, thal ha uaed oocaina
almo il ln< i aaantly.
.-?a
CASTRO IN VENEZUELA?
Ex President Said to Have Land
ed from a Motor Boat.
. ,-ua.-..-. Julv >'. K-l'-rt* a | tMureal tj Bl
thentli aature are la i ln ul Moa tbat
, N i-i. ? ? ? > i itro landi d from h motor
,i;,-. ,1 ., porl aeai tha waeti rn
,,,, ,,- ,. n. /,!.,. ii. >f ai d to ba without
rn inltlona
Th.- governmenl Bhoara bo alarm, bul ia
naaktng arrangementa to |...v.-..t bla get
lUui a i...un,,i,i, and to eaptura him, if po?
alble _
-??a?
SEEK OAMBLERS; AIIREBT TEN
Men Who Interfere with Police at Door
Are Taken into Custody.
lOflBMBelOl v\.,l>l, s. i4tl* re.l 18*881) of liln
detectlvi through Waal 8Mh atraat, bi
Broadway Bnd llxth avanna yaster.
rternoon to gatiaar a*-taeaci agaloat
ajambllng rtaoria.
wi,.-. ih. -i. t. ? tiv.s atarted to ei
. ,.,, ?,..? oo tha Btoop taterfered
The .i.-t.-iiv.e ajraatad all ><t them aad
t.?.k ibetn to tha \v.< i.'.', '."? BUtion
lhe, w.-.. .l....K.d with dlaordarly
.duel and Interfarlng with the pol a
Inapectoi vTalah bad aahod i hli t M ig i
.,,,., UeAdoe fo* warranla bul for Boma
reaaon lb* warraata arara noi taauad
l? ,,,,, i ii,.- ariadowa ??f the houaa v?...i
,i .alaai ' araalne BiictaJ Club Thi laapoc
r "earnad Ibal the club haa a aelecl .......
erahlp and n.?t Bdmlaalon ls bj ineinber
card ,,.,iv whlch probablj explaina
-.,;,?,- Sfi.kHectlvea to Kev< a look
,,i iha Iniajaa^_^_
, , ?,,, Bj aumbel Ji fferaoa N II
, ?,,?., th. .x,.- live heal they a.c
,|r>.1,ii.t imd'. i.u.ik.is thara noa Adv l.
$1,500,000 [fl GRATITUDI
Agor] Woman Leavei Hei ?r
Fortnnp to FaithfuJ attendant
? ?.- - ' ' F? tmai I
1 ???? ., Im ? '
? ?? hai ina ter (1 for Mra
Burke "K"d eight] ol On i1 Caatlfl Pa
t a month ago Wl
I , ., Ward agedl flftj ati ot thlfl
ad her enttra ?'i'c ? al
niiiion ind a half
. ,. eara Ward tool ar? '
i ., u iband ? -: -';
? an M.s Burki
... i.i- hi a h< eled her a
m ho hv all I ? halr Mra
Burke i | ?""?''
? ? tgti the death r,f
her f-nher ' luabl prop rt:
,i, phtl idi Ip] ja
ERB'S K1LLING AN ACCI0ENT
PentlaTjrlvania Court Hands Down
Decision in Sensational Case.
ladelphia, July 1 - The Pennsyla -
nla Buprem. Court here to-day fuled
thit rhe kllllng of ,i Clayton Erb, a wfde
Ij knoa n '?? pub I in polltl. inn. ol
a ho araa Bhot bj hli Btab r li la*
during a quarral al hla hoaae, was an a. -
,. and In orderini ti rurance
- - t.t.... Brb'a s-~t.-r ;i $i,00fl
I laauranei claim, holda that Erb
Ib engagtng In the fight dld no! ??
pate bi r- -':*: reaulta to hlm
araa Bhot by Mra, Belael, hla wifi -
,.,, October ?">. L80B during ? quar
r.-i uith tha wtarnen Wtth h revolver In
hia hand ha ordered lha atater-fa-lan
from bla homa and In a Btruggle for tha
of the weapon h* araa k'Hed.
Tb* Supr.tn.- Couri holda that Erb'a
,i. .-ii arould not bave been acctd4mtal if
bt bad etagagad Ib h duel or if II bad
baen the resuit of an bsshhii coirimenced
by hlm where ba had reaaon t" axpecl ?
deadly defem e.
Th.- tw., aromen were tried on a chaarge
r.f murder, bul vv re acquttti d
WOMEN SAVE TWO BATHERS
Take Teacher and Would-Be
Rescuer from Lake.
mv Telagra h ta Tb, '
PoirfighkeepBle, \\ Y . July ?> Mt*-*- Mll*
dred Plaa* Bixtaen yeara ald, daughter
..f Mr. and atra John W. Plaaa, of Ca
,,,?, gtraat, gnd llla* Vllla Otnidy, of
Vtrartnia arenue, aaved th* in.s of Mra.
Plasa and Mlaa Margarel Welch, of
Brooklyn, ? achool ti ai her, w hen
...,.,. thn ati .1 -<i arlth droa nlng ui lha
lar..- near here yeaterday eiantngv
Mlaa w.-ich aradad out Into the lake
and afr* Plasa and her daughter atood ,
un tba Bhora raraparing t,. folloa when |
thalr attontlon araa attracted by ? acrrai
nnd Mlaa Welch dlsappeared beneath thi ?
aurffl.f Ihe lake Mra, Plaaa b* m
,,nt t.i whera Mkaa Welch bad gone down,:
catchlng lha glrl as Bhe cami up tl ?
,,ii,i time. Whea Mis.-s Welch arenl downl
for iii" thlrd tlaaa aha bora Mra Plaa
with her ii..ii. <um,' to ih. iiiri.,.
,,1,'aiii aii.t Mildred Plasa and Mm* fjoudj
then pnt out In a boat nnd reached tho
taro w.'.n.'ii hiat <?* tha acaaaol teachei
arsnl 1,'vvn t.?r Ih.- lllth ii.,..- >liK*> li.-iidy
Bteadtcd th* baat, whlle .\n?s Plaaa
juini'- ,i in th* arater and pulled her
raolb. i and mihn Welch t" *...>> ty.
a
CiREAT DEAR SPFtlNG WATER
Ui purll> ha? niaulo 11 laUivHia AUvl.
YFSTERDAYS TEMPERATURES.
4..,hiirn, v v. lea
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MR. HAWLETS N[ECE HURT.
MIbb 0am*eTOB Chrothed by
Horse Bhe Was Biding
- -. >, ta Tha 1
, , | u; md !?? ? r. ?1 hlle
., k rldlng arttb hei
? v. the . ,tllt'
Mic, Rollle Cameron
thrown to the fi ' i
? .- cniahed I er Th*-.
Cameroi ? l ted up and
i ,n thr naotof ' IHlam May
? ?? ti tha v7eei lallp country
r.f her uncli ? ' ? ?? ie at
'?' ? .?
Her condlUon la "i'-> to be aei - Bha
red Internall: and ?
??
MISSING WOMAN STRICKF.N
Mrs. J. S. Butler. of New Or
leans, Leaves Hotel; in Hospital.
Mra Jamea B. Butl ? f New < rrieauia,
? 1,, nvw Toi N Hoai 11 -' Bufferlng j
from a atroke of, apoplexj and la
expected to live Bhe waa atrlcken
t. rdai whlli ailghtlng from -. I
;;4th Btreel car al Park a*.
*,ir< Butler, who la slxty yeara old,
. ,i iti ti,i? clty from New
Orleana and ri glati n I ?* the Hot I
Manhattan where ahe araa to meal
Biati i '? law, Mra Jamea Albi tt Hani
Bon, wldow ..I Profeeeor Harrison; nf the
Unlveralty of Vlrglnla il ? o'cloek
Mra Harrlaon called at the hotel, and
i/aa aatonlahed arben Informed thal Mra
Butli r had left, Bhe i" came alartni d,
,i,i gfter maklng many Inquirlea li irn.'.i ;
thal her aged frlend had been t'.k-'ii to
thi hoepltal. Mrs. Harrlaon co i!.l not i
Icarn why Mrs. Butler had left the hotel.
Jamea B. Butler la a cotton planter, aa
la father, Pleroi Butli r, befon
,i aald thai ih.ir landa are among th.
most extenalve In th. MlaeJastppI V i i
. ui.? aon, Jamea Pfc n ?? Butler, in pn rd
,|. t:t of th** ?;? i iniiti Atn< ri. an Bank, >>t
\, u Orleana, and another, Plajrce Butler,
, prof, aaot in the Unlverattj of New
. '? l. il ?
RODMAN WANAMAKER TOAID
Agrecs to Help His Brother-in
Law'l Firm with $950,000.
Philadelphia, July 8 liodman W
,,, ikei .ii "i John *a anamaki i and
hrnthi r-ln-laa >.f Nortnan Nel.i. I i ad
,,; tha ato i. bn ki rafi ilrra ol Norman
McLeod I i " arhlch recently went Into
voluntan bankruptcy, haa agreed to
mme t.. the aaalatam'e of the ilrm and
advanre $900,000 for the purpoe* of pay?
Ing thi ? i edltora ol the firm.
rtiis announcemenl araa made to-day
and the <i.'t<.ii? n"4\ are being worked
oui bj the attorpeya for the credltora, ln
lonJutK'tlon wrth tbe attorneya for the
M.,.1,...,! flrm. Rodraan Wanamaker,n
lO .lls.llH-4 tha
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DEWEY S PURE CLARET WINES.
\ .i al.1 '" .I"" tl. i. 4i ith 'i" ale
ii i I? \m-> a tkMiaCo., IM Fulton Bt., N.T.
JUlvt
HEAT'S SCY7HE
S DOWN 56
ON FIFTH DAY
tfortality Exceeds That of Any
Previous 24 Hours, Making
Total 158.
>HOWER GIVES SOME RELIEF
Permanent Drop in Temperature
Assvred by Washington Dis
patch. Rains Being
Main Cause.
CITY HOTTER THAN BEFORE
'rostrations Run Up Close to 300, i-Jub
way Passengers Swelter and Hos
pitaJ Attendants Suffer- Rich
mond Fire Marshal Dies.
THE OFFICIAL TEMPERATURE.
H??r. aealrr.l;... \1 ?<tiir4rl.-i,
IV
9 M. nt..
II ii. ni.
?4<?>n
I p. BB,
B p. m.
',
X |>. m.8*
I b> aa.... .W
? p. m. . . :"
8 t?. bb. 81 ?
11 [.. m. XI 81
HlgliMl !.Mii|>?.ral.ir* t?r i.,,/-n|*T, 9*
? I 2:10 p. m.: In4*??f. "4. at ?% ... rr.
TOTAL DEATHS IN CITY TROM
HEAT
??IHl.lrtT
Mnnrfaa . M
Tl.^arflf,. Bl
14e<lne?rf1ii.T
i aaaadaa >????< ?
T..i8i ..... m
Piftj mt adklltiataal rittrma ra
r-iainip.i in thla etty and Immadl*-"*"
nelghborhood reeterday *? .. re ? ? ? ?
., ,v ..' i * beat Tl
. .. .... .? ,\. .-I, { ,- tn-. r e frtghi
nlght* o1 nnusual aufl I '
L58
But a ahori hower ear
-, ., . foreruni rr of greal
ti,. informatlon r> ?"??? ad frorti thi
: .- Dgton lai
i ig ? ? il nea
all abaorblng 1
r,?rior) !s-->? tB 01
I- I '" I
? ? ?
-?. r ? i - ta la
itrong ?
bo* fre? .-???'? nn r,~'
- ? .
belng ? ? '
io. th< ig reltef
? . . raa
ord for tha Miles CI1
llonl rhere audd
,,.-.' Bul i ,;
orin-'-t., raused " ? '
degree-? ln BottOt T '*- " ' ' '
.\ throughtaut ' Englai
Y-r\, |- ..-.. ? Bttd I
'..
moderata temneral
,'-c sqmr Btatefl I
ta/aahlngto.I ' ? '" *
torrid '? m| ? r itura of BB i I
? ? eter ???*' thi ; ?
meni of Igri- '
0t 100 and 1 "? "-''' " ?'
to th h< I
v,.-. v,|| ' ? '
? 111 ib higher
and tha wtnd i trtfla
The temperature at 8 a ? '-s r,n
... , , ,d thi h imldltj 81 i er
cornpared to W tha precei - uad
, . | . - miles fl
hi ur Inatead i l th* foiirtaan rntl
v.. dm - i
Mercurv Cl.mba to K.
xt ip m thatiaarrnajeneterhadreaidtad
araea but Mr. Retd, forecsster,
belped by promlslng rellef BJa
Bsld tha baromater reading meant lhal
pparently InvtiKlMa *na
orer th -* utha i iti rn Btatea and tha id
... i wu gli Ing a a* 1 ?
. talty Btubborn ? trffree
able low pressura whlch had ho*si**d
orer tha great plali * I ' ' '
moarlng eaurtward.
In th'> morning Mi R ?' I romlsed
ahowera In the aranlrig. and ha
himaelf ? trua prophet an i mosl b??
paaglng n ai
Proatratlona .'.ius-.i I,-- tha ii -I' ran up
eloaa i" thi.hauao^adL Thera wera
,,r ,,,ii, k Inaanlty, an.l tha Biaffarlng af
nli maini'T of raanklnd and ai
geren.
Among the long llal ??' ?'" r?t> b d--ad
,. Ifl the i*aae ..t James Leatrange, Def*
uty Plra Marahal of tha i-ity of New
v,,,-k. Btatloned ln Rlchmoml R.raaars.
i), ,i?,i ;,t hlfl home. N?. RO B. i. ii atraa t.
.-..,, , ton, Btatt i. laland, I ial i >ght, a
victtm of the bx at
Mr [rfeatrange reported in Seaa York
foi work ycaterdaj morning ml <.*om
plalned i.f feeting ill Ile returi ?-. t" BUS
l,,,,?... w.-nt t,> hi> roaim ?n?l l^v duwn.
?j ;, ,.. ni hta s-'i. J"hn v\. ni !?> t>."
.,. .,n,i , nmplalned t,. hla I tl ar that
II rA-aa too h,,t th. n f?r hlm .Mr. I.i -
atrange aald !,?? would get up mit g-i 88*)
m .i ahort tlma ',> iak.- a walk.
Bhortl) after 8 o'clo. k the famly a-re
?tartled t.> hear hlm ai'ream, ..'.d wh.-.i
thej reached hlm the marshal ?u gacp
inK f.,r breath. Dr Lucy * .* biiui
lu.ni.-.l. but when hc arrlved Mi. l..'
Btra>T4ga was daad.
Subway Passengers Ovarcome.
i .ne of the manj frlghtfnl >-\periences
f,.it b) the naultltudea > .>ini?-lled to bo
|actlra ln >>*rterda>Jfl heal occufred In a
s.iihw..v aaprass train of th*? Broadway
dtarlslon thal lefl tb* a*aa1aa*j s^Moaa, flkaaaal
north, sl 8:23 a ... It required ftarti ata
mtnutea lo ??" frorn Brooklyn I'tidg.* to
i)r*nd Central stii...n, ..i aboul ihirt*
?|g mlnntea lorisjer ii.hu achedule in t\,*
,ii<aii tliti, I-., ??'?nf ' *> wore uvorcOBJ
th, luat Two ei Uaa pi> ..Uationa BTflgaj

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