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THE TlI TBWASKINGTON WASHINGTON W AS INGTON HERALD SUNDAY Yj JUL jULY 4 19 1909 9 t 7 7t 7 I
FAMILY MURDEREDFARM MURDERED MURDEREDFARM llRDEREDFARI i
FARM HAP HELD HELDWealthy HELDWealthy HELDWealthy
Wealthy Grain Buyer Slain Slainin Slainin
in 111 South Dakota DakotaWATCH DakotaWATOE DakotaWATOK
WATCH CAUSES MANS ARREST ARRESTMen ARRESTIen ARRESTIen
Men Ien Who VTio Qojumltteil 00J11mltt d Crime Supposed Supposedto
to Have Hn eneen Been Acquainted with Fact Faetthat Fnctthnt Factthat
that Several Thousand Dollar DollarWns DollnrJlUns DoIIarMWn
Wns Wn Kept In Ilonnc JloulteVlfe Wife and andDaughter nndDnuJbter andDauliter
Daughter Die Fighting Intruder IntruderAberdeen Intrlulerllo IntriilersAberde
Aberdeen Aberde o rde S S Dak JUb L1it Bmlt Victor Victora
a a young farmhand emotoyed ao by It John JohnMorrow Jobaorrow JohnMorrow
Morrow orrow of Rudolph n RuoI S So Dak D3cL was ar arrested arreted ¬
L rested tonight to t on suspicion of connection connectionwith conecdoWith connectionI
I with the murder early today to of John W WChristie WChristie WChriaUe
Christie his wtte Ida daughter Mildred Mildredand MUdredand Mfldredand
and Michael M hael Roynane a farmhand farmhandVictor farmhandYlctor IZrIIIhndVictor
Victor was wn arrested at Nortkvttte twen twenty tweotY twentT ¬
ty miles norUt orth of Ute scene oC the tragedy tragedyand t1gM1and tragedyand
and was as brought t to Aberdeen AlHt He H denies deniesary dealeIUI deisLeiary
ary IUI knowledge k kiiowIe of UM crime but tile au authorities authorities puthoritlea ¬
thorities allege e a a watch belonging beIOA ng to one oneof 0118oC oneof
of the Christie Cbr family fm1t was fonnd f on his hisperson hisP Mepeteon
person personFrom 8OnFrom peteonFrom
From the fact that one of the bodies bodieswas bodieswas bodlenwas
was hardly cold when found the officiate officiatebeleve ofda1nbflev dalMllfe
beleve bflev the quadruple murder was wasznttte4 M com commit commItt ¬
mit mItt znttte4 ted about 7 oclock this morning morningChrl5tie morDlagChrl morningChrLtle
Chrl5tie Chrl t Ie evidently was the drat ret victim victimHe vicUinHe letlmHe
He had teen milking a cow CO to tae stable stablewhen stablewMn steblohen
when hen the murderer apparently crept up upbehind uphlnd upbhlnd
behind hlnd him and killed him with a blow blowof blowof blowof
of a hammer
Kept cpt Large Sum SumMr SnmIr SurneMr
Mr Christie w was s a ma 1ka of o eoneWiraWe eoneWiraWewealth eoII OOisBIdrbISwealth kJirtW kJirtWwealth
wealth and a grain buyer 81 toe the rm of ofVan o oYan ofVan
Van Dusen A Co CoThen CoThen CoThen
Then the murderers DI hurried to the thehouse tMhHJe tbsbouse
house and nil mooting Mrs Christie and her herdaughter beldau herdaughter
daughter dau hter and the Roynane boy bO who waa waavisiting Yo Yotttlacat waivitting
visiting tttlacat at the house prepared to flajht flajhtthem bt btth htthem
them th m began beD Bring rtng The TIt two women WOIMnt and andthe andt
the t r he boy bn fell dead at the feet of the mur murderer murderer ur urderpr ¬
derer dererft derprft dererrt
ft ig i supposed the crime was committed committedfor comadttedfnr committedr
for r robbery for few people knew that thatInristie thatI thatrrIptIe I
I Inristie n rltle was in the haMt hab oC keepto large largesums lugeF istgt5Ifls
sums F Illl of money m Ia Ms home It te be believed beIfYPd bevp4
lieved IfYPd vp4 he h had coin to the extent e teat ot otfral otcral sv svf
fral f ral thousand totters d in hit htttSe at t the thetime tiletIme thetime
time of the murder murderMr mUlderIr murderMr
Mr Ir Christie was about ftftytwo years yearsold JleK8old yearsold
old oldGET oldGET oldGET
GET THEIR FATHER RELEASED RELEASEDFive RELEASEDFive RELEASEDFive
Five Small SDJullChlhlren nia1l Children AVnllc nUt Miles to toTScff toBep toBeg
Beg for Clemency ClemencyWilkeobarre Clemenc ClemencWllktebne CIerncncWilkesbirre
Wilkeobarre Pa July SFve children childrenthe cl htrenthe childrenthe
the oldest fourteen and the youngest eat IWo flvewalked SlY SlYwalked IWowalked
walked into the offlce o of Sheriff ShrI Rhodda Rhoddahere Rboddah Rhoddahere
here h re today Each was washed waa 811 clean cleanwore eleanvore cleanwore
wore ragged clothe e1oth s was as very Y hungry hungryand 1nIa 1nIaa hungryand
and a nd had walked ftr 1ft miles milesI De Der
I want to see the shartO shs nfcena said saidthe MIdthe saidthe
the oldest oldestSheriff QJ QJSheriff oldestSheriff
Sheriff Rhodda went to them t and the theoldest Ieolfi theoldest
oldest olfi bar stammered out outMr SutMr
Mr 1 Sheriff 5berI I want you to get getlath my myfather myfather
father lath out of Jail They put him hi in Inw a aweek a awrk
week w k age and we w have aYe eaten teoa up every everything everything ¬
thing thln in the house Tve r worked orked and andbought andbought
bought ou ht seine tnne bread and p meat iia but thats thatsall tllat thmtsall
all a 11 gone gone We v 1 aint had nothing to eat eatnce at atsince t tlnCf
since lnCf last night and we want father to toiome toltme tome
iome me home I washed and dressed eel the thechildren uaehi1dr thechildren
children hi1dr n and we an walked walk here from fromFort fronaFort fromFort
Fort GHJBth to ask as you to let him himTh out outThe MatThe
The Th father was wa John Rummage a mine mineworker mlaeorker mineworker
worker orker ia jail in I default of bail on the thecharge thehargp theeharge
charge of threats and assault eaUIt and bat battery batt battry ¬
try t tY The mother MOt Me te dead
In a few r hours Rummage Rumma e had been boseleased re released re relea ¬
leased lea on bail bailFLEET bellFLEET I IFLEET
FLEET READY FOR MANEUVERS MANEUVERSVnr
Vnr Ships Shlp Crew Cre Paid Off to Give GiveOpportunity GiveOIIOrtnnlt GiveOpportunity
Opportunity for Celebrating CelebratingItoston CelelJrnting1JostOD CelebratingBoston
Boston 1JostOD July 3 3El Eight t thousand men of ofthe oft
4 the t th he Atlantic A tJaaUe fleet fteet many man of f who whose wboMare yeas vessels vesselsare els elsare
are lyjna ly m In Boston Harbor or were today todaypaid te tepaid tdaypaid
paid Simf8 WG4 to tide them the over the eels celebration eeletlon eelsratIon ¬
ratIon tlon of the Fourth of July Jul It is ex exppoted exd oxtd
ppoted td d there will 111 be lively times until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the big Mafighters leave for Providence Providencetown Provi4eftcet Providencetown
t town own to rendezvous for the summer summermaneuvers amermaneuverS summermaneuvers
maneuvers maneuversThe maneuverSThe maneuversThe
The Beet fteet which Is to assemble in Cao CaoCod Cape Capeod
Cod od Bay Ba will eomprlee tM fortyeight shine shineFrom blpsFrom shipeFrom
From the time the fleet has assembled assembledanil uembledlmI assembled2flI
anil the sealed order order5 are opened p ed until the thewar theWAT thewar
war game is 1 called off the owcors and andsailors aDCIallor andsaIlors
sailors allor will see as near r actual service servicewithout sen1cewithout servicewithout
without firing ftrI a shot as has ever been beenparticipated beenr beenpartklpsted
participated r in inThe InThe inThe
The ships will il1M be manned day J and night nightand nightand nightand
and are to be constantly on the alert for foran foran foran
an order orderTHIRTY ord ordTHIRTY orderTHIRTY
THIRTY BUILDINGS BURNED BURNEDExplosion BURNEDEXIloftlon BURNEDExiIwilon
Explosion Canoes 1000000 Dam Damnee Dftmne Darnage
nee ne In Nnrnpn nmpn Idaho IdahoBoise ItlnJaoBoitM IdahoBoiei
Boise Idaho July Inr 1Fire Fir resulting resultingfrom re8Ulttagfrom resultingfrom
from the explosion of ota A a firecracker this thisafternoon JeBfttl1noon thisafternoon
afternoon wiped wi out a solid block of build buildings buthlInlf8 buildIngs ¬
ings in the business b11 section of Nampa NampaIdaho N NIdaho NnzepaIdaho
Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe IdahoThe
The aaeMc te 1 e estimated U atft ted < l at umtW umtWOwing iIJOOtOwing 1eoo 1eooOing
Owing to the fact that the water t mains mainswere m mainewere ns nswer
were wer bet replaced ed by large pipes the thecity tINI
I city cit WM w at the mercy of the Oaaee OaaeeThirty aIMIThlrt 11 11o
o Thirty Thlrt of the largest building ia the UMtown thetown thetown
town were w re destroyed destroyedDie dMtro7ec1DIp destroyedD1e
Die Watching RtclllnJt Ball Gnine GninePittsburs GnmePtttbWg CainePittibueg
Pittsburs July S IWhile White watching the thebattle tbebattle thebattle
battle between betwe the Pittsburg ptt bulK and Chicago ChicagoNational Cbkasoatlonal ChicagoNational
National atlonal League teams at Forbes lor Field Fieldtoday FlelcltvcSa Fieldtoday I
today tvcSa Judge Christopher Magee > aee aged agedseventyfour agedseventyfour I IStentyCour i
seventyfour years retired Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCCurt SupremeCourt i
Court jurist and one of PUtsbmrs ptt 8 best bestknown bNtxnon bestknown
known dtiseos was stricken with itJt ape apoplexy apept apeptexy ¬ I
plexy pt xr and died ra 111 a few minutes utes in inthe Inthe Inthe
the clubhouse of the park parkCelebrate JNU1tC parkCelebrate
i
C Celebrate leltrnte Ionrtli FOGrtb nt Berlin BerlinBerlin D BerlinBerlin rlln rllnBerUn
Berlin July 3Ai 3 Abassdor lMssa40r Hilt cole celebrated colebrated ele elebrated ¬
brated Independence fay d today 7 hy giving givingan givingan
an at home for the American colony ceIoDyHis colonyHis colonyHis
His guests included ed G Gen n Charles Hall Halllate Halltate Halllate
late of Fort Leavenwortax LTen and Admiral AdmiralRogers A MmIralRogers mlt1ll mlt1llR
Rogers R rs U t S N Dr and Mrs 1 s Wit will willgo 111 111go IIIgo
go to Geneva to attend the university universitycelebrations untver universItycelebrations ft ftcelebratloos
celebrations celebrationsMonoplane celebratloosIonoplunc celebrationsMonoplane
Monoplane Lp VJ Forty Fort Minute MinuteParis JlhlnteAParts MinutesParts
Parts July 1 iBlerJot Bierlot today made a afine afine afine
fine flight with his monoplane at t Doul DoulHe DouaJHe DonalHe
He new w at a height of thirty yards S pass passing peMIng peastrig ¬
ing over the tb boulevards and then went wentaround weatAround wentaround
around the Aerodome twentynine tW8 ty ine times timesHe tlmMHe UineHe
He covered twentyelx and onehalf onehalfmiles onebaltmiles
4 miles In forty minutes minutesMayor uUs uUsInyor j jMayor
Mayor Ilntme Out of Danger DangerChicago nnb IaugerChicago er erCbl
Chicago Cbl ago July J1I1 3 altalW Mayor 3 BusH uase 5 a Who bo was wasoperated wasoperated wasoperated
operated upon for appendfcbJs is so far farout Carout farout
out of danger dn that he will be aBowtd wed to toreceive toreeehe toreceive
receive visitors YJ tomorrow The mayors mayorsfamily maJorafamll Ydyorafamily
family famll expect to have him at home by bythe bythe bythe
the end of next week weekEnrt weekEn4 weekEnds
Enrt Ends Tlfr ltf in Unique Pnihlon PnihlonAtlanta PudllonAt1anta PnslslonAtlanta
Atlanta Qa OLe July 1The body of Leo LeoH LeoH LeoH
H Mane a grocer g r who ho committed awl suicide 81Ide awldde ¬
cide Ide In a unique fashion was found foundhere roundhere fouudbere
here today Malle had looped the mr mrof Tnpe Tnpeof rrpeof
of a childs aWIng around his neck and andeat andut andrat
eat in the swing until his own weight weightstrangled welsht2tra1gled weightstrangled
strangled him
IE E P HANNA HANNAVICTHvi ffANNAVICTIM ffANNAVICTIMOF VICTIM VICTIMOF 1
OF BRIGHTS DISEASE DISEASEi DISEASECoutlnuteJ DISEASECoiitlnueil
i Continued from Page Pft e One Onewith Onewltb Onewith
with his parents in 1MB 1 and n after grad gradimttng gradua graduttnlt
imttng ua from the public schoo lCboOs s of t that thatplace Utatplace thatp1ce
place entered ent 4 the KSJ Kanaas tns S S Agricultural AgilculturalCollege AgriculturalCollege I
College where bere he studied for three years ymrsHe yearslie i ilie
lie later entered the University of Mtehl 1 Miehigan 1 bl j jgftB
gftB from which institution h 1M was wasgndtktteA W wasgradunted S
gndtktteA with honors bonorsCnmc honorsCaine boaorsCninc
I
Cninc to 1 WnKhlticton uJ hluton In 1S7B 1S7BWhen ISliVheIa 1871Whels
When his uncle the late Representative RepresentativeW
W v A A Phillips was elected te4 to Congress Congressin cantlssIn
in KB 1In from Michigan Edwin HamM HamMcams Haa HaacaMe Hanascame
caMe to Washington Wubl ton to study law w at Co Columbian C4tlumbtaa Golumblan ¬
lumbian College 01111 He always took aa in interest Iatereet toforest ¬
forest in public questions que tlou of the day UM UMwa ud udwas sadwas
wa was often chosen ebo R to represent rpre eat his lii class ctaesin ehuieIn classIn
in debate While a student at Colum Columbian ColumbIn ¬
bIn lan he studied shorthand and became beeamewoftetent so soproficient neprofletent
proficient that he was chosen one of the thestenographers tIMate thestenographers
ate stenographers opapbers to take testimony tNUMOft at the thetensions theId thesesnions
tensions Id of the electoral commission commissionwhich connuleslouswhicit loft
which ch met to decide the t Presidential con contest contest ¬
I
test between Hayes and TNden TNdenAlthough T1kluAlthough TikienAlthough
Although a graduate in law Mr I anna annapreferred ann anniweterrod n nJlftterm
preferred a career in 1 government wv wvice sorvIce ni niIce
ice When the late Carl Schurz became beeanMSeeretary becameSecretary Became BecameSecretary
Secretary of the Interior during Hayes Hayesadministration Ha7esadmlnl HayesadmInistratIon
administration admlnl tnltloft he appointed Mr Hanna HSLJMULas lb
as hie private secretary secretaryHe s secretaryHe retary retaryHe
He was also private secretary HCr tary to Son Sonator S SatOr Seeat
ator at r Teller when the latter was See Secretary Seeretary Seeretary ¬
retary of the Interior and later to Son Senator SeIaator Sonator ¬
ator Ktrkwood of Iowa IowaDuring IowaDurlag IowaDuring
During Clevelands CIIt In < s first administration administrationhe AdMlal traUOn traUOn1M
he was private secretary to Secretary SecretaryLamar SecretaryLamar
Lamar of the Department of the In Interior intedor ¬
tenor teriorWhen tenorWh
tedorhen
When Wh hen n the office o lce of Solicitor for the theNavy thoNay theNavy
Navy Nay Department was created he w was s ap appointed appotnted appainted ¬
pointed the counselor CCMlDB Jor far the tit department departmentThis defNUtmentThis dopartmenLThis
This was during the Ut latter part of lIPS UBSand 1115 1115aIMl lIPSand
and Mr Hanna held that cube mee to 0 the thetime thedMe thetime
time of Ills death deathAVnn deathUJII deathWziis
AVnn UJII District Chess Champion ChampionFor CbnmplonFor ChampionFor
For many IDAA years he held the title of ofchess ofchee ofchess
chess champion of the District of Colum Columbia Coh CohbIa Goiwshis ¬
bia During the winter Iatee months be taught taughtstesography taughtste50gnlpb taughtstenography
stenography to a a class of young men at atthe atthe atthe
the Y M C A AOf AOt AOf
Of Scotch ancestry he was brought up
in the Presbyterian Pretl ytertaa faith and attended attendedthe alteaMdUte aJtendedthe I
the Church of the Covenant in this dry dryFour dtJlHr cityFour
Four children ehttclr survive him Frank R RHnana RHam RHenna
Ham of New York Margaret et Alice Aliceand Akaad Aleeand
and Lulu Hanna of tide city His wife wifedied wlCedied wifedied
died several severa years ago agoFuneral ageFuneral ge geFuaeral
Funeral arrangements rraD ts will m be an announced 0JtOUAeOO annowscod ¬
nounced later laterSPECIALIST laterSPEOIALIST laterSPECIALIST
SPECIALIST SEES HARRIMAN HABRBIANMnRimte JIARRIMANJlngnnte HARRIMANMagnate
Magnate Suffer from Slight Pa Parnlynln ParulIJII ParalyKis
rnlynln of LoWer l LimIts LimItsI LimbsNew iml imlNew
New York July lThe ZTh World will winprint willprtat willpttnt
print tomorrow a a special al cablegram CIt W from fromBirna tlOMBtma frontBirna
Birna to the effect that B H Harrimaatbe Harrimanthe Harriman Iarrtmaatit
tit railroad d magnate is suffering sutter from froma
a slight paralysis or ef the lower owar ttmta ttmtaMr 1tmbLr ibobsMr
Mr r Harriman is at Summering Austria Austriaand Ausb1aaacI Austriaand
and the Worlds Vorld cable says 75 that every everythird eerrthlnl everythird
third day Prof Adolph Struempell pe visits visitsthe YWtsthe visitsthe
the railroad king ktnjrThe ktagThe kingThe
The diagnosis ia of of Mr r Harrimaate Hn1 1UM dial dialculty JIIPcisity < 1UMculty
culty was made by Prof Holsknecat HobIaMektwbo Hoteknsehtwho Holsknecatwho
who was called in I to make an Xray 4 4alDtlon oxaminatlon x xammatioR
ammatioR of the famous ra American AID8I1caaexamination The Theexamination Theixamination
examination revealed a condition in the thevertebrae tileWltebrae thevertebrae
vertebrae that showed signs gttil of paralysis paralysisThe paraly paralyTb paralysisThe
The Tb Austrian Au trtaa specialist t has promised prlleedMr i iMr
Mr Harriman that he will recover from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his nervous n vou < prostration but that only a apartial aNirtlal apartial
partial relief ran an be expected ex ted from the theparalysis thepvalYilts theparalysis
paralysis It win probably not affect affecthis atreclhis affecthis
his ability to work however hoeerREPRISALS howeverREPRISALS j jREPRISALS
REPRISALS ARE THREATENED THREATENEDFrenoh THREATENEDFrenoh TIIREATRDPrenoh
I Frenoh Fishermen More Arrogant Arrogantwith Auogantwith Arrogantwith
i with the Arrival val of a War WarShip WarShipGlouccKter WarShipGloucester Ship ShipGloucester
Gloucester Ovrnerft File Long Idit 1I t of ofClnimn ofClnlm ofCinims
Clnimn for Depredations Coin Coinniiticd COInmlttcd Coinmuted
muted on the Bnnlc
Gtoueeeler Mas a8 aa July I 1As As a result reetrttof resultof
of the flriag g on the French l1 steam s trawler trawiorNordicapper tn tnN trawlerNordcp
N Nordcp Nordicapper ir by CapC Vhtcont nctat at Nelson of ofthe 01the ofthe
the schooner Senator Gardner of this thteport tit titOIt thisport
port about two week ana a a French dI war warship warship
ship has been dispatched dl pate to the t th scene sceneThis seMeTbIa sconeThis
This information was brought to top4Kt top4KtCalt port by byCajk byCapt
Cajk George Nelson N Of o the achoonor Bl Blmer Ja JaE I Iuser
user EL Gray Ora The situation it to ad admitted a4 a4matted admttted ¬
matted is becoming more tent tome a l lprtnl Furtherprisals Further Furtherprteals
prteals may occur occuiAs eeGrtU occurAs
As a result of the arrival of the French Frenchwar Frenchwar
war ship P the th French captain are becom becoming bocomlag ¬
lag more arrogant A few nights after afterher arterher afterhei
her appearance ee the entire outfit of ofIDl Ash Ashing sb sblug ¬
lug gear of the Gray Gt1lfOlty forty tube t of hook hookand kookaacl hookand
and line trawls traw1a1818 were swept away By 1t a aFrenchman aFrenchman
Frenchman The Grays voyage voy was bro broken bceken ¬
ken up thereby tb rb and she bfO was forced for to todepart tod todepart
depart d rt for home but partially abed ftahedGloucester abedGIoucester sbed sbedGloucester
Gloucester owners are busy flUng a long longlist loa loa1l longflat
list 1l t of claims against In t the French for their theirdepredations tlMlrclepr theirdepredations
clepr depredations 8UoM and it is estimated the fish fishing ftsblog nablug ¬
log interests l tereets here have ba ve been heavily dam damaged Iaged damaged ¬
aged as a result of 0 the overbearing and aaddestructive aIM1tructlve anddestructive
destructive tructlve tactics of the French FrenchNews lIreerbNews FrenchNews
News received here from 101ft the west fJ coast coastof coastor coastof
of Newfoundland is to the effect that the thenative theJuUm U Unative
native ftsoermen s there are incensed meeasedagainst bleeDS bleeDSagainst incensedagainst
against the French beam trawlers and aadbloodshed aMbIOOdlhed andbloodshed
bloodshed may result resultSOLDIEBS rMultSOLDIERS resultSOLDIERS
SOLDIERS NEED EDUCATION EDUCATIONDoer
Doer Lender de Wet Compares City Citynnd CUynnrl Cityand
and Country Bred Recruits necrnltHTbe necrnltllThe RecruitsTb
The Tb Hague July 3 3ln In Europe it It is gen generally g8fteral17 gnuorally ¬
orally held that men from the rural parts partsof partsof partsof
of the country make the best soldiers soldiersand sOI tersaaad soldiersand
and that the townsmen tow n who are better bettereducated betteredueated hottereducated
educated but bye nave also a a clearer percep perception perceptk parceptie ¬
tion tie R of the dangers and discomforts ef efwar cCwar C Cwar
war are much more ready to throw up uptbe tipthe upthe
the sponge when in their opinion there thereis thereftO thereIs
is no nee in It continuing th tM fight t The Th fa famous fa famoa famom ¬
moa Doer iroerrilla leader Christian a de deWet eleI deWet
Wet Wet thinks differently dUlerenU and in a speech speechbe speeehi speechhe
he made to tome South African students studentstbe st1HkMltsi studentsthe
the other day be e gave very striking evi evidence cr1deuce ¬
deuce hi favor ef educated soldiers soldierse IOIdleraJJe soldiersJIC
JJe e said that he himself had BO school schoollearning schoolleArning schoollearning
learning because be had never had h the thechance thei thechance
chance but that during the three years yearsof rearsoC yearsof
of the war be had gone through a pro process proeS prorose ¬
cess eS of education He found that ta tabravest tiN tiNbrav thebravest
bravest brav and most mo t trustworthy soldiers soldierswere olrsre soldierswere
were re those who had received r eIved a good flu education flueatlon ettiacation ¬
cation At the end of the war SO per pe cent centof eeIItor centof
of those who still remained under arms armson armsOft armson
on the Boer side were men of learning learningNearly lrMacNrJy learningNearly
Nearly all the men of r Ut thC back veldt bad badabandoned badabandoned hadabandoned
abandoned the struggle and gone home homeThat homeThat homeThat
That said de Wet was his experience experienceand experienceaDd experienceand
and therefore he rejoiced in the spread spreadof aprdor apreedof
of education in the Tranavaal Transvaali Tranavaal1tlnR TranavaaLMuna
i Mns Muna on Lake Shore ShoreNew ShoreNew ShoreNew
New York July 3 lcantlaat Cardinal Gibbons Gibbonsan GlbboDsalM1 Gibbonsand
an and Mgr lgr Michael J Laveite the rector rectorof rootot rectorat <
of Sc St Patricks Clh Cathedral left lilt New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York today for Lake Champlain laan to toparticipate toiMrttd toparticipate
iMrttd participate te in the t formal t 1 h opening oudug of oftbe ottbe ofthe
tbe Catholic summer r school se ool at Platts Plattsburg Plattsburg Platteburg
burg and th the tercentenary celebration of oftbe oftJM ofthe
the Champlain settlement Cardinal Gib Gibbons GAbbull8 Gibbuu ¬
bons buu will preach at tbe pontifical mass masewhich m8Sf1wblch masswhich
which will be celebrated on the banks banksof Mnksof banksDC
of Lake I 4t Champlain tomorrow morning morningI morningIdnnpperl morningKidnapped
I Kidnapped SIsterInlaw SIsterInlawMontgomery SisterinInMOfttplDery SisterInlawMontgomery
Montgomery AIL July a iAfter After a achaee 8II achum
chum II of rwelre twel o miles Arthur Mase was wasbrought wasbroUCht wasbrought
brought back to the city tonight ionlg t charged chargedwith chargeditlt chargedwith
with itlt kidnapping Mrs W P Arnett Arnett his hissisterinlaw dgMsterInJaw hiseisterInlaw
sisterinlaw and her little son W V P PArnett PArnett PArnett
Arnett jr The arrest was made made on war warrants Wfrrants warrants ¬
rants sworn out by Arnett who avers aversthat aversthat aversthat
that Muse took the woman and child chttdforcibly childforcibly childforcibly
forcibly away Arnett Is a shoe shoesales shoesalesmln salesnian sales salesman ¬
man mln nianL
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DIVIDE OVER PARDON PARDOSPortsmouth 1 1I 1PortslDouth IPortsmouth I
Portsmouth Preachers Split SplitOver SplitOver I IOver
Over Butt Petition PetitionCASHIER PetitionCAcmER PetitionCASHIER
CASHIER SEEKS LIBERTY LIBERTYSeveral LIBERTYSeveral i ii iSeernl i
Several Ministers JllnlaterJII Sign and Several SeveralKefnac Seernl1 Seernl1Uetuac SeveralRefuse
Refuse to SIn SI en Paper rnpt r Aj Asking klnjc Re RelenRe Releaie i iIcafte
Icafte from Penitentiary Ien It en tI nT of A B BButt j jBntt
Butt Who Vlio 110 Defaulted Half a lUll lUllI lUllIlion lUlllion j jlion I
lion in Portsmonth Hank HankNorfolk BankNorthik
I INortlk
Norfolk Va a J JwI July rty 9 3 3A A petition is be being be belag beleg ¬
lag circulated in S Portsmouth ortslRoatta for the a par pardon parIt pardoe ¬
don of Alexander B Butt serving a aterm at6CM atocnt
term of two t years in the penitentiary penitentiaryfer
fer wrecking the t e People PM s Bank sankThe j jThe iThe
The preachers of Portsmouth are being beingrequested beln belnraq8IKed beingrequested
requested to t sign sI thin petition urgtilK urgtilKGov urgtlg00w <
Gov 00 Swanson to pardon pa the former cash cashier rashicr ash ashIer ¬
ier Rev George H Spooner of Meow MonumenUl MoaumeRtal Meowmenial
menial Metfcodtst lelJto llst Church Rev R R B BGarrett lJGarrett 13Garrett
Garrett ef t Court Street Baptist Church Churchand Churchaad Churchand
and Rev A C Thomson of Trinity TrinityKpiscopal Trinity1N1 TrinityISpiscopal
Kpiscopal 1N1 Church are known kIlO to t have havesigned havesigned
signed signedRev signedRev =
Rev Stonewall Jackson Jac Brown of ofWright orVrlgbt ofWright I
Wright Memorial entOrtal Methodist Church and andRev andY andRev
Rev Y R R M Maxey of Central Methodist MethodistChurch MethodistChurch tribQditCburch
Church are known to have declined declinedwhen dwllhfdheft declinedwbet
when heft the petition etU was 8 presented to them themIt th themIt m mIt
It was U largely through < b the personal ef efforts effortII offorts ¬
forts of Rev George H Spooner that E
1 1 14 Dasfeiell Da iell recently succeeded In cut cuttag securjag ecuring
tag a pardon from the governor White Whiteit
it Is true that certain depositors of the thefailed th thefailed
failed bank are behind a movement mOfmt > nt te tehave tohave
have Butt brought 1troc bt back and tried Ited upon uponnew uponMW uponnew
new counts after he flntshe hw h present presentterm pr presentterm nt ntterm
term a pardon would In all likelihood likelihoodstop likelihoodstop
stop any future prosecution against Butt Button ButtOft Button
on the Peoples Bank counts countsButts eouauButts cousinButts
Butts defalcations are said to amount amountto amountto
to SSWOOO IIPPOJ 00
DAMSHUMOISTS DANISH UNIONISTS UNIO ISTS SEEK WAR WAREconomic WAREconomio AR AREconomic
Economic DifBoulties ia Denmark DenmarkAssume DenmarkAssume DenmarkAssume
Assume Grave Proportions ProportionsCnpitnltftt ProportionsCnl1ltnllJlltJl ProportionsCnpitnltsts
Cnpitnltftt and Socialistic I Leaders IeaelerllSRld LeadersSaid < eaderaSaid
Said to He Prepnrins for forGrunt forGrent forGreat
Grunt Boonomic Battle BattleCopenhagen BatHeCopeMage BattleCopenhagen
Copenhagen July i Ipsscbss Speechee tJ II tiN nmane made at ataQ atall t tall
all the meetings tv of o the trad trade unions in inCOBonhagon ineoeU8N inCopeehpsa
COBonhagon tonight Indicate bIdIea that the thewar tber thewar
war r between the wealthy waItb claavee St Den Denmark UnJDUtt Lenmach ¬
mark and u4tM the SMiaHMs WIll M b e e of ofthe ofOle ofthe
the most desperate conomic bottles ever everfought eerfougJat everfought
fought in 1 the world The Tb Ua4e unionists uaiontotsand alelal8taa unionistsand
and a Socialists u are detennined to merry oarryout erTJout merryout
out their programaaa and at their moot etmLQI mootlags aMettoM
toM tonight to t plodff themselves to slick atiekto uelll uelllto slickto
to the end endmc I IThe
The contest test between the SodaHvU and andtrade andtra4e andtrd I
trade trd unionteu Wllo on the one on hand and the therich j jrich
rich classes e and sawn n merchant baa on the thltother theother 1 j jother
other was precipitated pndpltat by a aeciaton of ofthe ofthe i
the imioateu who are Socialists Soda almost atanoatto aaotto almostto
to a man 1Ita to establish a peat peatth cooper cooperative ceopecative ¬
ative th retail buotnea b bc to OBneahacaa ee and andaheeqoently aII4IbeeqMntly andsubsequently
subsequently to open branch all over overthe OYWthe overth
the th provinetK provinetKUntil provineasTath I ICadi
Until UM announcement of the tMeatlve coop cooperattve coepekUve
erattve enterprise eater the theWI smell rotaUon rotaUonware rtallerswere
ware WI KeneraUr friendly to the Ua Soctal SoctaliMav SoeIaITM ocisl ocislis
is iMav They ftgore however that the theaertvrl now nowdeparture new6eisrture
departure wilt rule their buctaeaa t ttINy and amithey andthey
they want the govtrnnunt 5W aununet to prohibit a aby 0by
by law lawAacered lawI lawAnpored
I Aacered by rhi this kind of rectetance the theSoetaltets tlMSMiaIlKs theSocialists
Socialists declare Ia they Intend the tbeaUft coower coowerative coopecative
ative retailIng retautn to be only a preliminary to tothe totlae tothe
the substItution nbMlt1lt of their tIMI tIMIterM method ta every ovoryform everyform
form of Industry and that bat within two twoyears tWC7ears twoyears
years they mean to make the t tsedaUtlc government governmentsocialistic sveramsmt sveramsmtneelalintic
socialistic te every respect respectThe rMpeetThe reSpectThe
The capitalists who have h long been un uneasy uti utiy usessy ¬
easy y over the progress NiI the radicals racIka racIkahen hare harebeen haysbeen
been making are welcoming wekOlftt recruits from fromthe troIIatbe fromthe
the commercial classes to their ranks ranksThey IftbTby ranksThey
They say y the time tlm has come for them to tottght tocht tofight
fight for their existence and predict a apolitical avelWea1 apolitical
political and perhaps per m a physical leal lealgIe sane strangle sanegte ¬
gle which will 111 they tb declare attract the theattention dieattenttoa theattention
attention of the whole world worldDURANDS worldDIJRANDS
DURANDS STAFF NAMED HAJlIEDXurl NAMEDNzgel AMED AMEDXntjpl
Xntjpl Appolntn Census Cen u heads After AfterConferenoc AfterConference ftcr ftcrConfertmoe
Conference ivlth Bureau Director DirectorAs DirectorAs DirectorAs
As a part of the reorgsaitaatlaa of the theCensus tMCenns theCensus
Census Bureau preliminary to taking the thecensus theMUS thecensus
census < MUS Secretary Nagel announced yes yesterday yes yestntay yesierday ¬
terday afternoon after a conference COBf with withthe witbthe withlb
the lb new D director V Daaa Doused the theappointment theappotabMltt theappointet
appointment of the following a as Mr MrDurands XrDuraDds MrDuraDda
Durands staff staffAlbert sttiIAJltert statAlbert
Albert H tL Baldwla chief clerk Thoma ThomaI TMIMaS
S I MerfU dtatmratttg 4ntIIa dork Robert M MPtnehetl lPinched MPtnehell
Pinched jr appointment lt clerk Hugh HughA
A Brown private secretary Meretar to director directorCharles dlreetlOrCharles directorCharlon
Charles S S Stoane geographer gra A A JL JLSeymour ESeymour LSeymour
Seymour expert chief of division dlvistonAll dlYtstoaAU divisionAll
All of o the e appointees are employed hi hithe leathe Inthe
the Department of Commerce and Labor Laborwith Laborwith LaborWith
with the exception ax t1oa of Mr Baldwin who te tein isin
in charge of a division In the Poetoffice Po PostethosDepartment PoetofficeDepartment ee
Department He H succeeds W S So Roe RoaoKerwhom Itwhom Rossitecwhom
whom It is understood has been offered offeredthe otlendthe offeredthe
the position of Assistant A Director created createdby createdby < ted
by the new ew een ceneu bill The appointments appointmentsbecome appointmentsbecome
become effective e ecUn on July UL ULLOOKING IiLOOXIN
LOOKING FOR EARRINGS EARRINGSJcwer EPLRRINGSJewels RINGS RINGSJeerll
Jewels Valued nt 91OOOO 10000 Sought by byWashington byWaihingon
Washington Vnlihln ton Police PoliceThe PoliceThe PolleeThe
The Washington police are looking for a apair apdr apair
pair of earrings mop valued at It ttMs stolen stolenoa MoeDOR stolenon
oa June J UB8 If last in Brueeeh Belgium eIgha A Acircular Acircular
circular containing eontab a description of tae taejewsle ujo1 theJewels
Jewels jo1 lW reached Washington yesterday 7e ycoterdeyand yesterdayand te teI
I and was seat to tothe the pollee precincts precinctsThe kedaetsT1te precinctsThe
The earrings represent a beach of ofgrapes lvapCli ofgrapes
grapes the top of which Is formed of ofthree oethree ofthree
three leaves ta 1 shape of a arese rose with din dJain amell dinmends
mends 8 The gra grapes atoeafly SMUT Ktara KtaraIn atiIn
in appearance appearancemade n i 1 L t They are areKg aremade aremade
made of ofcarats omrac og Kg about forty fortyClilnenc tGrtJcarats fortycarats
carats caratsClllnee
Clilnenc Cases Continued OontluuedThe OontlnueelTbe ContinuedThe
The case of six Chinamen accused by byunlawful yuaJRwtul byunlawful
unlawful use of tAe malls was wuoontlaued wascontinued yeaterdajr yeaterdajrcontinued
continued until next week T8k when w Uw Uwprisoners UIeprisoners theprisoners
prisoners will be arraigned before United UnitedStates UaltedStates UnitedStates
States CommiaskMier C Auaon S S Taylor for forpreliminary forpreltmlnal7 forpreliminary
preliminary hearing hear They were arrested arrestedby arrMteclby arrestedby
by tb the poitee police of tbe Sixth precinct four fourCentral fourC fourCentral
Central C traJ Ofltce detectives and two post postoflice pNtofttee pentolIlee
oflice inspectors ta a a ratal on three houses housesin hOU666In housesin
in Chinatown OH Friday night Tae TaeCeieaUale TIMCelMUaIB TheCeleetlals
CeieaUale each famished lHMl lIPS N bond for fortaeir tortMir fortheir
their appearance at i tbe tbebearing nreltmjaary nreltmjaaryhearing TteIImInrbearing
bearing which will be held la Jadg J Jud fIIIt Aa Aasons Aa Aans Assons
sons office on Tuesday Tue a7 They The give giv tIN tbenames tINnames thenames
names of Lee Hing Lee Sam s Lee Ymca YuenLee y yLee YmcaLee
Lee Hong Hon Lee You and Lee Khn KhnCollier JthCol1ler Kim KimCollier
Collier Nero Still on au Reef ReefNewport RelfNewport ReefNewport
Newport July J i JTIMre There was no material materialchange materialcUDse materialchange
change m hi the position of tie stranded strandednaval atraDcIedWI strandednvat
naval WI ocHer eo ler K NI Ire ra today There Tber nas nasbeen Ii Iiheu hazbeen
been a stiff northwest wind blowias b1owinr tac aDd aadthte aDdtb18 p pthis
this has caused the he boat to pound IOU and aadroll androll
roll 10 considerably eonsWerwblvOn considerablyOn Iy IyOR
On account of this Capt Kennedy sig signaied signaled ig ignalet1
naied during g the day that tha t he was bar having ha bartag v vins ¬
ins trouble in keeping steam up It was wasdeemed wudemed wandeemed
deemed advisable to take ttk off ff the valu valuables valuablas hl hlabIM ¬
ables from the th boat These were brought broughtto
to the torpedo station by the naval val tug tugNina tuglna tugNina
Nina lna
EXCURSIONS cIqN t EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSTAKE 1 E URSQN I
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TAKE A TRIP TRIPOn
9n On the Magnificent Floating Palace PalaceThe PalaceThe
The Pocahontass PocahontassThree Poc hontase hontaseThree
Three superb decks brilliantly illuminated Grand Dancing Hall 40 40by 40by 40by
by 70 feet Elegant Dining Rooms Splendid Buffet with firstclass first class service servicePalatial servicePalatial servicePalatial
Palatial Ladies Parlor Full String Orchestra OrchestraIts OrchestraIts OrchestraIts
Its worth going just to get a comfortable chair and enjoy the cool coolbreezes coolbreezes
breezes which sweep through the magnificent and spacious Promenade Deck DeckNo DeckNo I INo
No crowding crowdi g permitted No heat dirt or noises from the machinery machinerySpecial machinerySpecial machinerySpecial
Special Matinee Trips TripsSUNDAY TripsSUNDAY TripsSUNDAY
SUNDAY and MONDAY at 230 P M MFour MFour MFour
Four Hours on the Beautiful Potomac River RiverRegular RiverRegular RiverRegular
Regular Trips at 730 P PDaily M MDaily MDaily
Daily and Sunday from foot of 6th St SiTake StTake StTake
Take 7th St 9th St or Le Droit Park Cars CarsFARE CarsFARE
FARE 25c 25cThe 25cThe
The Flo Floating ting Palace PalacetPOCAHONT
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AUTO AOTOGOESOYEREMBAEMENT AOTOGOESOYEREMBAEMENTThrflffog GOES OYEREMBANKMENT OYEREMBANKMENTAOGMe
Thrflffog rI1g Accent AOGMe t to Q Onr ner nerrj at iif Gar Garand Oaraiti
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and Daughter DaughterPolice DI1ghterrlIc Dughterrelic
Police relic l Unable to Learn Aame ame of ofOperator ofOllerator ofOperator
Operator of 3Inchlne lilachlnelUa4le lilachlnelUa4leIluuge 3Ia4Te 3Ia4TePlaiiRc nA4I nA4Il
PlaiiRc l lauhc of Sixty Peel PectPotlco Peeteel PeelPolk
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Potlco of oftsjrfahsK Washington 5t were b at atIaa a alath
lath hone lOSt aIPt twrestR bid L LNIt A Atin
tsjrfahsK tin g aatimpane NIt atciisat m Four Fourteeath our ourtoenth t tteeecJa
teeath street uet tTse betwen gum mecss sen and De Decatur Docatus
catur streets uta nor aOrth aOrthA tkweat tkweatAn thWeItAn DeI I
An A automobile at a large touring car carwent carwent r rwent
went over UM embantratrat uallnv onkmo Jaet BI heck aek of ofthe elthe stthe
the TaautalBiaT 166 Hospital MIl fan a atUN din dtetance dintae
tance tae of sixty feat twMia Mtassawr oa oaia mm sad sadin
ia which paaltiaa it stood at aa early earlyhour eerl eerlhour cony conyhour
hour this aIt morattkg morattkgIt mecIn mecInIt
It hears the number D D > C c M hat hatto blltto butto
to whom w it HI biis aloami the police op to an anearly anI anemly
early I hoar thai thaitaiaed 1Mr aIng bad Bet sorer aKeItaJ sorertamed
tamed taJ There ware e van reports reportsto as asto asto
to whom the machine belongs DeIoa bat BOB BOBof none JaOIteof noneof
of these were verified verifiedOne Yerl8eclODe verliledOn
One On report of the accident te to t the ef effect offeet r rfeet ¬
feet that the machine was occupied h by bythe b btM bythe
the owner and his daughter autth It was said saidthe aidtbe saidthe
the owaer Jumped Ju to safety jest before beforethe helonthe bolerothe
the machine made mad the iriaagv ua0 aad ad that thathis thatw thathis
his w daughter dlut < weat over the eaibaakaeent eaibaakaeentwith embeabmentwith t twttla
with the car A strange at part Of the tMport re rehave report
port Is tat tll the young boman la w to tobaT tohave
baT have escaped 4 injury tajuryIt III IIIIt injuryIt
It was atoo said the macaiae is kept k at atthe atthe atthe I
the Daooat Oarage bat iaqtiiry lIMN met metwith Metwtua metwith
with a a denial of t any knowledge Ie < ef e the themachme theMaCb themacbias
machme MaCb or the accident accidentWANT aeelcleoLWANT accidentWANTI
WANT TAFT AT TOURNAMENT TOURNAMENTPresident TOURNAMENTPreRlelent TOURNAMENTPresident
President Receive Invitation to toSehentxenVereln toeheutzen toSchentzentCrCtfl
SehentxenVereln eheutzen ercn Celebration CelebrationPresident Cele1JrntionplellWent CelelirationPresident
President Taft has rectved aa in invitation In InYlUttlon Inyftation ¬
vitation to attend the fifteenth ansWer anniversary ansWersary aer aerMIT ¬
sary of the San Frandaoo Scheataen Scheataenverein ScbeiltwftvertID Scheutsenveiein
verein to be eoieoraed eeletHa K wta a a towns tournament t4NraaIDMt townsmint ¬
mint and German G volkaftst from A Afaet Au Aupst Augind
pst IP to S4 st September ie ber S 50 at Sfceft Monad MonadThe i MoundEmeryimo Dd DdCaL
Emeryimo CaL CaLTIM GoLThe
The mvHatlati k aagrared earaved Fan4 oa a fear foarteenearat fearrat foursconsarat
teenearat rat gold aiate iit 11 IlCO > and a half by bythree bythree y yUU8
three lid a half lactic Joe A Hk JIIre JIIredoe India Indiatie tovttattoa
doe tie has been seat tc umerar t William WttMamof
of Germany Back tk tfiaae 1M confer conferhonorary conterhonolU conferhonorary
honorary taomaer 1IIIIMIteI membership Mp L I IPraduient relo reloPresUeat ero eroPrellldewt
PresUeat Talis mrKatwi invttat at wa WU are areseated pH pHHIIted pee peeseated
seated hr Beareaoatattrt Kaka b of Chit Califoraia CaUr ChitfritIs
foraia r The President saM that al although al altboU 1 1though ¬
though b he expected expect to be m California m mthe littIN Inthe
the fall he could aot say at present presentwndUier eatIN presentwhether
whether ho would be tfc there r in thee for forthe Crthe f r rthe
the cetebratlaa cetebratlaaHepresentatives celebratleMRpestat1tes eIebrattMaJ
Hepresentatives aJ eMfttadY Taylor and Kilter K8 of ofOhio of0I ofOhio
Ohio saw w tIN Neat Pre yesterday ecc1a7 ecc1a7ie ta tarecard Inred
red to toa Oat e eC E C c nIetd pra nsiekinra
a banker er of Gallon G Ohio who is Isa l lbag serv serving ¬
bag a sevenyear sentence m Ie the Colum Columbus CoIumbua Columbus ¬
bus prison FMcktagw has Brighrs dh dhease dllt dlltea dinease >
ease and is saM to have Ita 16 only a short shorttime shorttilDe shorttime
time to live The President Pr t promised promisedto
to give the matter < Ills earnest considera consideration WeratioB coanweraJ ¬
tion tioBJ tionJ
J L 1 Fey of Washington as was ore oresented Bred oreseated
seated d to the President Pr t by Represent Representative RelKeadtatlft Representptire ¬
ative Banadtt who 1tO soked eci tae tIt President Presidentto
to appoint Mr Feeney to the Civil fiery Service SerTlee fieryice ¬
ice Commission lon to replace Commissioner CommissionerMcllaeny Com18l1l CommissionerMellbetty l0lltk l0lltkIe
Mcllaeny Ie lIIteny who wift shortly retireReptHefttaUve retireRepresentative retire retireRepresentative
Representative Langley Y of Kentucky Keatvekycalled Xtueltycaned Kentuckycalled
called at the White House Mr Laagtey Laagteyhas Laageyhas y yAu
has Just returned from his home hoa din district dI dItrld dintrict ¬
trict where he found sentiment HnthR At strongly stronglyin ly ly1ft
in favor of the corporation tax He H told toldI toldlb I Ithe
I the lb President the people would ouIcl hack him himup Idrntilt himU
up U la the matter matterTrro JAatterTwo matterTwo
Two Boys Doy Dying from nnrn nnrnChicago flurniChicago nrn nrnChIeaIG
Chicago July JaI SCWcgoa Cbleaga cetebration cetebrationof oeIsbrptoof Uon UonOf
of the said sal and aaae Fourth of C July be begaa be begaA began
gaa today and two boys are dyinc dyhi tAf as asthe Uthe asthe
the result It is the smallest number er of ofserious ofaertoas ofserious
serious accidents k1eDlS on July 3 ta Chicago o In iamany InBY Inmany
many BY years It Is I attributed to the ac activity Re Reth1ty activity ¬
tivity of various organizations orga aUons looking looktn te tea g ga aa
a quieter Fourth
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HALEYS ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRASunday ORCHESiRASunday ORCHESTRASunday
Sunday Evening Trip TripSTEAMER TripSTEAMER TripSTEAMER
STEAMER STEAMERMoonlight STEAMERJamestown STEAMERJamestown
Jamestown JamestownMoonlihl
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