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NUMBER 3312 W V ASHINGTON T MONDAY MOI1 T DAY JULY 6 1903 PRICE ONE CENT
INSURANCE AGENTS AGENTSUNABLE AGENTSUNABLE AGENTSUNABLE
UNABLE TO OBTAIN OBTAINLICENSES OBTAINLICENSES OBTAINLICENSES
LICENSES PAID P AID FOR
Checks Sent to Superintend toSuperil1tendent Superintendent ¬
ent Drake Over a Year YearAgo Ye YearAgo r rAgo
Ago Not Cashed arid an and Nos NoCertificates No NoCertificates o oa
s
a
Certificates Issued IssuedHAVENO IssuedHAVENO
HAVENO HAVE NO WARRANT WARRANTTO VJARRANTTO
1 1TO
TO WRITE POLICIES POLICIESCommissioner POLICIESCommissioner POLICIESCommissioner
Commissioner Macfarland MacfarlandExplains MacfarlandExplains MacfarlandExplains
Explains That Superin Superintendents Superintendents Superintendents ¬
tendents Clerical Force Is IsUnequal IsUn IsUnequal
Unequal Un qual to Its Task TaskIn
In the course of tho general Investigation Investi Investigation l ves l lgnUon ¬
gation under Svay vay In all departments of oftho oftho o1the
tho District government a deplorable deplorablecondition deplorablecondition deplorablecondition
condition of affairs has been unearthed unearthedIn
In the th office offi o of tho Superintendent of ofInsurance orInsurance oflnsuranco
Insurance Thomas E Drake DrakeChocks DraceChocks DrakeChoeks
Chocks submitted nearly a year ear ago agoby aGoby
by local insurance companies for fo 11 licenses 11censcs ¬
censes covering a portion of 1902 > and all allof allot allof
of tho year car ending April 30 1903 havonot havo havenot havonot
not been be n cashed cashed nor have any licenses licensesbeen licensesbeen licensesbeen
been issued to a groat number of t companies com companies companies ¬
panies paniesIn paniesIn
In other words nearly all of the In Insurance In8uranco ¬
surance companies in Washington Vashlngt n have havebeen hitcbeen htfvebeen
been transacting their business eighteen eighteenmonths eight eighteenmonths eon eonmonths
months without a license although Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress expressly stipulated that these 11 11ccnses l lcenses i icenaes
censes should become effective eff ctie January
1 1 1902 1902Tho 1002Tho 1902The
Tho explanation offered by tho Commissfoners Com Comxnlssloncrs Co01missioners
missioners and Mr Ir Drake is that there therehave th thereNava re rehave
have been no funds to conduct conduct the of office orflce oflice ¬
lice of tho Superintendent of oflnsuranca oflnsurancaas Insurance Insuranceas Insuran Insuranas
as it It should be conducted Both Mr MrDrake MrDrnke MrDrake
Drake and Commissioner Macfarland M efarland say saythey saythey sayti
ti they have done do no all in their power to toInfluence toinfluencp toInffuonep
Influence tho favorable action Of f Con Congress Congress Congross ¬
gress without avail availWhy aallVlhy availWhy
Why the Companies Object ObjectThe ObjectThe ObjectThe
The insurance h uranco companies complain complainthat complainthat complainthat
that they the cannot close their books on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of t the outstanding chocks And Aridalthough Andalthough d dalthough
although although Congress placed plac d the local com companios companlos cornpanios
panios under license l1ccDs6elghtccn eighteen months monthsago mgnths mgnthsago monthsago
ago they have not received thelr ll llccnsds 11cfns lic
cfns c ccnsds nsds s and have ha c nothing to show for forthe torthe fo fothe r
the money expended except the stub of ofthe orthe
the check Those checks in most instances In Instances Inz ¬
stances z > are for 6666 1666 being for a aonethird aonethird aonethird
onethird year from January to April Aprilinclusive AprilIncluale Aprilinclusive
inclusive 1002 l O and ad 50 for the license licenserunning license1unnlng licensei
i running ° from May 1 1002 until April 30 301S03 301b3
1S03 1S03A J
A careful canvass among the insur insurance Insu Insunnco insuanco ¬
ance companies this morning shows S10W3 that thatthe tLatthe thatthe
the following prominent firms arc doing
business practically unlicensed Thomas ThomasJ
J Fisher d Co tho B H Warner Com Company
pany Wolf oJt d Cohen John M Green OrccnWcBCOtt GreenW08COtt GreenWoscott
WcBCOtt Story Stor the RIggs Fire Insur Insurance Insuranco Insuranco ¬
anco Company the Columbia Colum la Fire Insur Insurance Inurance Insurance ¬
ance Company and the Corcoran Fire FireInsurance JtlreInsurancc FireInsurance
Insurance Company No company interviewed in interviewed interviced ¬
terviewed possessed a tiuetMe nor had hadIts hudits ha haits d
Its checks ch cks boon cashed or at returned returnedMr returnedMr returnediIr
Mr iIr Drakes Statement StatementMy Statement31y
My 1 ofilco Is 1 being criticised unjustly unjustlysaid unjusll8tlid unjustlysaid
said Mr lr Drake this morning It some someof someor som somof e
of these companies that are worried worriedabout worriedabout worriedabout
about their chocks ch cku not having been beencashed bee beecashed n
cashed would would send ond a representative to tomy tomy t tmy o
my office to ascertain as ortn1n the true condi condition conditIon condition ¬
tion of affairs their complaints woul woulstop would wouldstop wouldstop d
stop The whole whol truth of the matter is isthat I Ithrt a i ithrt
thrt Congress has created an office with without without without ¬
out prodding that ottlqe with the meanto meant mean meansto s >
t to carry carr out Its functions and nn duties dutiesWhen dutiesWhn dutiesl
When l hen I took charge here eighteen eighteenmouths oightoenmouths aightaetmouths t
mouths ago tho th the office force consisted oonslstod of ofmysQlf ormsol o omysolt f
mysQlf msol and ono onq clerk clcu k Now after a J year yearand yonrnnd yearand
and a halt of purauaslon I have hn securedt secured securedtwo Hcurndtwo
two t + tu more clerks one ono of whom bom hag h been been beenloaned beenloan
loaned loan d m me by Commlealonor ilacfarianU ilacfarianUThe MuefarlnadThe Iuetarhllu1The
The force tpre should number a dozun oem uomputenj oemputent
putenj olorks if 1 the th business buslnossof of the de department tlepnrtment dopartutent ¬
partment is to be transacted as It 1lhould 1lhouldbc should shouldbe shouldbe
be
It is true thaj tha these chocks have hated nott not notbeen notbeen
t been cashed or returned but tho reasonIs reason reasonis roa on onis
is manifest m n1osl These rho a companies flledwlth flledwithheir flledwlthheir flIed 1th 1thheir
heir checks and and applications for ii iicondos 11 11concros 11conlfOS
condos voluminous document detailing detailingtheir dotlIl1ngtheir detailingtheir
their financial standing standing and their re resources resourcos issources ¬
sources and setting forth the many man rea reasons reaBona reasons ¬
sons why they they should be allowed allowedI allowedIconsOtJ 11eonsos 11 11conso
conso Before these licensee lIens can begranted be bogranted begranted
granted it is necessary to examine and andpace cpdJacs yidpass
pace upon all these papers Until the theapplicant theappl1cnnt theapplicant
applicant is proven eligible we cannot cannotaccept cnnnotaccept cannotaccept
accept the chock In payment of the li license 11consc iicease ¬
cense We have been working on those thoseznany thOllomanypapors thosemany
many manypapors papors incessantly and are about aboutContinued aboutContinued aboutContinual
Continued on Shred pare IageWEATHER la pareWEATHER e eWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTFair REPORTFall REPORTFair
Fair woathor is I indicated for toalgfet toalgfetand toallJ toai6htand t tfind
and tomorrow oroeH oxcc = t on the south th Atlantle At Atlantic AtlanUC4 ¬
lantic + Coast tonight and in the east oaetGulf eastGulf l lQuit
Gulf Statos tomorrow wb where e showers showersare showersare wora woraaro
are orobablo orobabloTho orobllbloTho
Tho temperature trill rise rt in t tk tbe upper upperOhio ut utOhio PI PIOhio S
Ohio valley aJey and in the lewer lake lakeregion Jakeregion lakeregion
region tand somewhat warmer wnrllftr1ter wnrllftr1terwill wwtt wwttwill wettther wetttherwill
will prevail tomorrow In tbe middle middleAtlantic uddl uddltJantfc tnlddieAtlantic
Atlantic tJantfc State Stat08TEMPEttTURS StatesTEMPERATURE
TEMPEttTURS TEMPERATURE
9 a m i It E
12 m noon i
1 p m t I IPills i
tT
T Pills lE Stf suN suNSun r rt
t Sun sets today toda 7 p m mSun mSun
Sun rises tomorrow 424 1 2 a nl nlTID mTIDE
TIDE TIDE TID TABLE TABLEHlghtlde TADLEHlghtlde TABLIHlghtlde
Hlghtlde today C21 a am amHigh m mHigh mHigh
High tide de tomorrow 61 a m 621 6 1 p m mLow mLow mLow
Low tide tldctomorrow tldctomorrow1220 tomorrow 1220 a ra IsW 1 p PI W m
OR FIR Uli olAlw STAGK STAUKYERMMENT QT4PI IN IN IN PlUBPr unfllibt CHARGE AIIE Al AlTemporarily AT ATGOVERN ATSucceed AT
GOVERN YERMMENT YERMMENTemporarily r1 ENT H OSPITAL OSPITALTenlporarily
Temporarily T Appointed p < 1inted to toSucceed toSucceed toIN
Succeed Dr RichardsonMANY Richardson RichardsonMANY RichardsonMANY
MANY RADICAL DEPARTURES DEPARTURESInterior DEPARTURESInterior DEPARTURESInterior
Interior Department Finds Work Too TooMuch TooMuch TooMuchh
Much for One Person PersonAccounts Accounts to toBe toBe toBe
Be Audited at Treasury TreasuryBy TreasuryBy
By direction ol tho Secretary of or the theInterior theIntorlor theInterior
Interior Drli Dr M 1 J StacU first assistant assistantat assistant assistantat assistantat
at at the the Government Hospital Hospltullor Jfor ror the In Insane Insllve Insane ¬
sane has been beendesl designated designated nated to tect tract ct as assuperintendent assuperintendent assuperintendent
superintendent until a permanent super superintendent supcrIntcndt superintendent ¬
intendent Intcndt > nt may be selected which wl h event eventmay eventma eventmay
may ma not occur until ntll the the early fall fallTho falTho tallThe
S Tho Secretary S rotar has Also directed that thatGoorge that thatGeorge thateorge
George G eorge W W Evans the chief disbursing disbursingofficer disbursingofficer disbursingofficer
officer of the Department of the Interior Interiorassume Interiorassume Interiorassume
assume direction of r all Jlnanclal matters mattersappertaining mattereappertaining mattersappertatatng
appertaining to to fho ho Government Goernment Hospital Hospitalfor Hospitalfor Hospitalor
for f or th Insane and until otherwise ordered or ordered ordered ¬
dered make all disbursements dlsbu em nts of C tho ap appropriations 111 111proprlatlons apropriations ¬
propriations p provided by Congress ongrc88 for forthe rorthe forthe
the institutionTo institution institutionTo InstitutionTo
To Examine Accounts AccountsTho AccountsTho AccountsThe
Tho Secretary has also appointed a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee of expert accountants com composed compos composodof ¬
posodof posed pos d of Waring Varlnc E Evans Evans of the finance financedivision flnnncdhlsion financedivision
division of the Interior Department Departnion and andRobert andRo1ort andRobert
Robert R Vest chief law clerk of the theoffice theoffice theo
o office > Dce of the Auditor of the Treasury for fortho fortho forthe
tho Interior Department to examine theolico the theoffice t11eoffice
office and accounts of the th latesupocutondent latosuportn latosuportntondent Inte suporu suporutQndcnt
tondent Dr Richardson Richardson and to cloao cloaoand elosoand doze dozeand
and adjust the same The committee is isnow isnow i inow s
now actively engaged in the performance performanceof e
of that duty and will probably repor reporto report reportto rOlJOrtto t
to the Secretary Soerctar in about ten days daysIt dnysIt daysIt
It is further stated that bat it is the in intontion Intontlon intontion
tontion of the Secretary to recommend recommendto recommen recommento d
to Congress at at Its next next session the de desirability deslrabUlty deslrabllity ¬
sirability of ota a separation of the admantstrntivo admin administrative admlnIstraUvc ¬
istrative and financial aftalrSybjC the hos hospital hosI ¬
I pital 1tal leaving 10a loavingto lnf to tho superintendent s pcrlnt 1dont hosr lifer liferadministrative titeI tit r
I administrative care of of f the nospItSl ana anatransferring andtransforrlng an anransferring d
transferring t all disbursements and other otherfinancial othernnnncial oche ochelnancial r
financial lnancial matters to the chief disbursIng disburs disbursing disbarsfag ¬
ing officer of the Department Dt > partmont of the In Interior Interior Intenor ¬
terior to be disbursed by him under the theimmediate theImmediate tb tbimmediate e
immediate and personal supervision of oftho ottho o othe f
tho Secretary It has boon found tha thathe that thatthe thattho t
the entire burden has been more than thanone tbanone tha thaone
one person can bear and the proposed proposedchange proposedchange propose proposechange
change will be a great benefit to the th thhospital o
hospital and will greatly improve th thentire the thei t c conUre
i entire working system of the sameHis same sameHis
I His Work Too heavyFriends n Heavy HeavyFriends vy vyFrlonds
Friends of the late Superintendent SuperintendentRichardson t
I Richardson are unanimous in declaring declaringthat declaringthat
that his death wag yns hastened by the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
I tempt to administer both the executive executiveand exccutltennd cxecutivand
and financial affairs of o the hospital His Hisincreasing HisIncroaslnK Ht S
increasing nervousness nervousness and weakness weaknesswas weaknosswas wcaknoswas S
was noted by his friends many many weeks weeksbefore weoksbeCore wook wookbefore s
before his death and he was urged tim timand time timeand timeand c
and again to take a rest but he wad wadenthusiastic wasonthuslastlc tea teaenthusiastic 9
enthusiastic over the administration of ofthe ofthe o f
the institution and when supposed to tobe tobe t tbe o
be resting his mind was actively eapaged en engaged engaged ¬
j gaged in considering plans for its im improvement Improement m ¬
provement provementTho proementTho provemontThe
Tho disbursement dl burscmeat of the finances con connected oonnectod ¬
Hooted with the erection of tho thirteen thirteennew thlrtoennew n
new buildings was taken oft his handa handaby handabv htfnd S Sby
by Mr Ir Evans but Dr Richardson continned con continued cantinued ¬
tinned tinued his personal supervision of ttfl ttfloperations thOoperatlols tb a
oporatio operations = is Tho new ne buildings and the theadded thendded th thadded e
added comfort they would give the pa patients paI ¬
floats were ere a hobby with tho superin superintendent supern superntendent ¬
I tendent
I POLICE POLICE PL1EJABLET PL1EJABLET1Tll UNABLE TO COPE COPENegroes GOPEf
f WITH 1Tll INOIANA RIOTERS RIOTERSNegroes LTE8Negroes
Negroes Houses Bombarded 8lm ardcd byMob by byMob byMob
Mob at Evansville EvansvilleEVANSVILLE Eva EvansvilleEVANSVILLE ville villeEV
EVANSVILLE EV A VILLE lad July 6 GThe The race rceriot raceriot ee eerIot
riot that raged here all night seems to tob tobe tobe
b be growing worso The police are utter utterly utterly utterly ¬
ly unablo to capo with the th mob AS it itnow Itnow itnow
now numbers sovaral hundred a a8 against againstsixty ngulntltsixty againstsixty
sixty patrolmen patrolmenJust patrolmenJuat patrolmenJust
Just after dawn the mob bombarded bombardedthe bombnrdellhe bombar1e1the
the houses bou I of negroes in Baptist Town TownThe TownfThe Towni
fThe i The polled say that many people wereiinjured were wereinjured werehnjured
hnjured injured in n battle that followed fo 110 00 and onJthat on onthat andthat
that there arc probably some death deathThe dotbThe dostbsThe
The mob had started for the magazine magazineJyet magazineju magazinejust
just ju t outside the city Thoro was an un unconfirmed uneonOrmed uneonflrmed ¬
I
confirmed report that several vera 1 house h u etl hud hudbeen hadbeen
been 1 een blown up upUp upUJ upUp
Up UJ to this thl tins the militia ha bal not notrallied notralJlod notrallied
rallied but efforts to get et It together togetherare togetlurartt togetherare
are In programs programsINDIANAPOLIS prOlr prOlrINDIA proeresINDIAMAPOLS
INDIANAPOLIS INDIA 11M POLIS July G GCot GCosernor GCosernorDarluln Gorsmor GorsmorDerbtn rnr rnrDurbin
Derbtn ie I hurrying from Atldor Anderson on tothes to totitle tc tcLbl
title Lbl city
EXCEEDS THE LIMIT LIMITTheodore LIMITTIIoo LIMITTiieeodore
Theodore TIIoo on Michael Wleh chargod with withring wltbMrlng withtriag
Mrlng ring hay and straw straw traw In quantities quantitiesgreater qumlltlosgrawr
greater than twenty ton tons in a stable stablein stableIn stableto
in G Street Str S lreot et northwest was wa ttndd Un d 25 25whea 25When
When tried trl d In n th the Police Court today todayEARTHQUAKE todayEARTHQUAKE todayEARTHQUAKE
EARTHQUAKE SHIFTS BEACH BEACHTACOMA BEACHT BEACIITACOMA
TACOMA T Wash July G GSltnsua Sknguay udvices ud advlcos udYleGS
vices state that a recent earthquake so soiftod sobiftod
biftod > iftod the boaeh at Dyea that the tides tidesa tltlcsDW
DW a > w w run up Into th the town a mile far fartnpr fart
tnpr tl1br t than before Mny Jit I < nr houses have haveflo havefiotol1 haveflo
fiotol1 flo felt away awn idle LyimCanaL Lynn CanaL
1
mm SEVENTY + IVE DEAD DEADTwenty DEADAT DEADAT
AT OAK FORD PARK PARKTventy PARKTwenty
Twenty Bodies Have BeenRecovered Been BeenRecovered BeenRecovered
Recovered Thus Far FarFLOOD FarFLOOD FarFLOOD
FLOOD AT TURTLE TURTLECit CREEK CREEKCitizens
Citizens Cit ns Remain Awake AwakeAll AwakeAllFClring All Night NightFearing NightFearing
Fearing Homes Will Vill Be Bein Bein Bein
in Danger DangerJEANNETTE DangerJEAXXETTE DangerJEANNETTI
JEANNETTE Pa July 6 GIt It Is esti estimated estlmated ¬
mated mated this morning that tho number oflives of oflives orlives
lives lost as at > a result of yesterdays ye terday8 dis disastrous disastrous disastrous ¬
astrous cloudburst and flood at Oak Ford FordPark FordPnrk FordPark
Park will reach seventy sevontyfive sevontyfiveTwenty sevontyfiveTwenty five fiveTwenty
Twenty bodies havo been be n removed so sofar sofar sofar
far but most of them are unidentified unidentifiedand unidentifiednnd unidentifiedand
and are those of foreigners The known knowndead knowndead knowndead
dead now no are areGKHTIIUDE areGERrRCDE areCERTRUDE
GKHTIIUDE KEEFER of Jeannette aged n 24 24KATE 2 2IUTE 24KATE
KATE KEEFEU of Jeanette JcanettcMrs JCDnelters JeanetteMrs
Mrs rs LEVI BAKEU U EU of Jeannette Jcannettclira JCmncttcil1 JeannetteMrs
lira il1 PIIILOMKNA i i SlGA J IGA of ofJ Jeannctte JFannetteALEa JeannctteALEX ann tle tleOEOUGE
ALEX VICTOR VICTORGEORGE VICTOR VICTOROEOIICE
GEORGE WILLIAMS aged M MJOHX 00JOIIS 116JOHN
JOHN McCUSKEY aged 4Sr IS of West Test Jean JeanjOHN Jeannc Jeannette
nc nette te teJOlIS
netteJOIN
jOHN FLEMING Crecnsburg
EDWARD EDW ilD SMITH a negro aged 1 10 10Bodies 10Bodies < L LBodies
Bodies Buried in MudHeadquarters Mud MudHeadquarters MudHeadquarters
Headquarters for the direction dlre lJon of rescue res rescue rescue ¬
cue work have been established In the thebasement thebasement thebasement
basement of the Methodist Methodist ChurchMany Church ChurchMany Churchany
Many any of the the bodies will probably be befound beound befound
found a long distance from tho park and andmost andmost andmost
most of them will probably be recovered recoveredtoday recoeredtoday recoveredtoday
today but there are doubtless a number numberwhich numberwhich numberwhich
which have been hurled In mud and willnot will willnot 111 111not
not be found for some time tlraoOak tlmoOn timeOak
Oak On Ford Is destroyed with the ex exception excopU excoptidn ¬
ception copU n of the dancing pavilion It is isestimated IsesUmatod isestimated
estimated that the dimtgo damngo will aggre aggregate aggregate ggrc ggrcbate ¬
gate 100000 to the park owners The ThePennsylvania ThePcnuslanln ThePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad it Is estimated ostimatodwell estimatedwill
will 111 lose 50000 OOOO from flood ood damage damageCommunication damabeCommunication damageCommunication
Communication Cut Off OffThe OffTbe OffThe
The greatest excitement and confusionprevails confusion confusionprevails contusionprevail
prevails hors and the difficultyot difficulty Of send sending scnding ¬
ing or getting Information Is all tho thogreater thogreatc
greater owing olng to both telephone and andtelegraph andtelegraph
telegraph lines being down downThere downThere downThere
There is only ono telephone wire from fromJeannetto fromJeannetto wornJoannette
Jeannetto to Pittsburg Pitts burg and It Is In bad badcondition badcondition I
condition
Turtle Creek Overflows OverflowsWILMERDING OvcrflowsWIL Overflows1VIL1fERDING
WILMERDING WIL IERDIG Pa July July6About 0 6About About l loclock J Joclock Ioclock
oclock this morning m rnlng the the full force o othe or orthe f
the flood ood reached Wllmerdlng and Turtle TurtleCreek TurtleCreek TurtleCreek
Creek Turtle Creek banks banks were soon soonflllcd soonfilled
filled to overflowing Many tInny of the people peopleof peopleof
of the town remained rem lncd awake throughout throughoutthe through Ut Utthe
the night fearing that their houses houseswould houseswould
would be in peril perilAbout perIJAbout
About midnight the creek began to rise riserapidly riserapidly riserapidly j
rapidly and the police ran from house to tobouso tohouso
house alarming those living In the flood flooded flooded flooded ¬
ed section Penn Avenue and First FirstStreet FirstStreet FirstStreet
Street In Turtle Crook were soon soonthronged soon soonthronged soonthronged
thronged with men and women and chil children chil children chlldren ¬
dren who had forsaken their homes The Thewomen Thewomen
women and children were provided for by byneighbors bynel byneighbors
neighborsPennsylvania neighbors neighborsPennsylvania nel hbors hborsPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Tracks Covered CoveredThrough CoveredThrough CoveredThrough
Through Wilmerding proper the Penn Pennsylvania Pennlvanla PennsYlvania ¬
sylvania lvanla tracks were covered with more morethan morethan racy e
than a foot roo of water while the Wcat WcatInghouse cst cstInghouae
Inghouse Air Drake Works orks were flooded floodedThe floodedThe
The plant employs about 2000 men wh who whowill whoUIU o
will be thrown out oT work for several severaldays scefadays 1
1d
days Penn Avenue in n Turtle Creek had hada hadafoot d
a afoot foot of water in tho street while cel cellars cellara eeltars ¬
lars wore flooded The houses and storey storeyalong afore aforealong
i ialong
along First Street were also flooded floodedShortly fioodedShortly
Shortly after 3 30clock oclock the waters be began 00gan began ¬
gan to fall as rapidly as they had risen risenAt risenAt risenAt
At 9 oclock this morning the creek had hadresumed hadresumed ha d
resumed its normal condition and th tho thowater thowater 0 0od
water had loft all of the streets covered coveredwith cove cover coverwith rod rodwith od
ode
with mud and debris No bodies wore worefound worefound wor worfound e
found in the thcdobrls debris
RECEIVES CREDENTIALS CREDENTIALSBaron tTIAL8 tTIAL8UF
OF GERnAN AMBASSADOR AMBASSADORBaron AMBA88AOBaron
Baron Speck von Sternburg St rnburg Offi Officially Offidally Obidaily ¬
dally Notified of PromotionBaron Promotion PromotionBaron PromotionDaron
Baron Speck von Sternburg now at atTorrancc ntTerrance a aTorrance t
Torrance Hall The Weirs N II has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen
been advised by his government of his hisappointment hisappointment hi hiappointment s
appointment aa ambassador of Emperor EmperorWilliam EmperorWilliam EmperoWilliam r
William to the United States StatesHis StatesHis StatesIlls
His elevation to the ambassadorship ambassadorshipwas ambassadorshlwas D
Do
was expected on July 1 upon which date datetho datotho dab dabthe o
tho leave of his predecessor Hcrr Hollc Hollcbcn Holleben I101kben
ben expired expiredBaron cxplrodDaron expiredBaron
Baron vpn Sternburg was accredited accreditedto aecroditeto d
to this country as a special envoy durlug dur during durIng ¬
ing tho absence of the German ambas ambassador ambassador ambassailor ¬
sador and his promotion is received receivedhero recelvodbere reccivohero d
hero with great gratification gratificationIt
It is probable that he will not pre present present present ¬
sent his now credentials until his return returnto returnto ratut ratutto n
to Washington nsblngton next fall fallTHOUSANDS fallTHOUSANDS fallTHOUSANDS
THOUSANDS OF REAPERS REAPERSIN
IN KANSAS WHEAT BELT BELTTOPE1CA BELTTOPEKA BEL BELTOPEKA T
TOPEKA tfan July 0 OTwontYfif OTwontYfifi Twentyfive Twentyfivethousand C Cthousand
i thousand men labored from rom early worn wornIng l1orni pornlug
i Ing till late ate at night In the Kansas Kansaswhoat Kansaswhoat Iansawheat s
whoat bolt yesterday In twenty coup counties IJountics coupties ¬
ties where the harvest is ready thous thousands thou thouands thouands a ¬
ands of reapers were In action acUonChurch acUonChurchsorvlces Church Churchservices Chureservices tt
services In many rural districts rvoro rvorowholly yes yeswholly VfrJwholly s
wholly abandoned The farmers do not notthink nottblnlt n nthink nt
think they are violating one of tho thocommandments thocomIDandmonts th theommandrnonts e
commandments by utilizing Sunday in insaving fnsuvlng i isaving n
saving their wheat Man Many tany womqn helpxl helpxlthe help helpthe < f ftho
the men In driving d lvlng the7 th teams attached attachedto attachedto attacheto d
to thu big rcupars and headers and nullothorJ a aothers nd
others In carrying water to the Jet Holds Holdstor leitlsor is isfor
for or the harvesters
POPE LEO STILL LIVES LIVESBUT LIVESU LIVESBUT
> U BUT FINAL COLLAPSE COLLAPSEEXPECTED COLLAPSEEXPECTED COLLAPSEEXPECTED
EXPECTED AT A T SUNSET
CHURCH HAS LIVED LIVEDONE LIVEDI
S ONE NEllUDllED I HUNDRED YEARS YEARSNew
New York Yor Avenue Presby Presbyterian Presbyterian Presb Presbteriuan ¬
5 terian teriuan Church Centennial CentennialBE CentennialBE
BE OBSERVED IN NOVEMBER NOVEMBERWas
Was Founded in in May But Celebration CelebrationPostponed Celebrationostpcncd CelebrationPostponed
Postponed Postponed on Account ccount of Absence Absenceof
of Many Y Members MembersNew Memberscw MembersNets
New cw York Avenue Presbyterian Church Churchwill
will 111 celebrate ceebratelts its centennial anniversarynext anniversary anniversarynext anniversaryne
next ne November At a recent meeting of ofthe ortho oftho
tho session of the church It was decided decidlidto decidedto dccld d dto
to set aside a week In November for this thiscelebration thiscelebration thiscelebration
celebration though which week has hasnot hasnOl hasnot
not yet ot been decided The old church churchwas churchwas churchwas
was founded la May 1803 but on ac account account account ¬
count of the warm weather and because becausea
a large number of persons had alreadygone already alreadygone alrendycone
gone from Washington for the summer summerthe summerthe summerthe
the memorial services were postponed postponedtill postponedtill postponedtill
till the fall fallProgram fnJlProgram fallProgram
Program of the Event EventA
A committee consisting of the Rev RevDr Ro RoDr RevDr
Dr RadcIIffo pastor of the church chair chairman ebaIrman chairman ¬
man and members of all the differentchurch different differentchurch dllIerentchurch
church church governing boards has been selected se selected selocted ¬
lected to make malt tho arrangements for fortho forthoccntennlal the thecentennial thecentennial
centennial celebration The cervices will willInclude w111include willinclude
Include historical sketches of the church churchand churchand churchand
and Its position in Washington Many Manydistinguished Manydistinguished InnydistInguished
distinguished men have been asked asked to todeliver todelhcrnddrcsses todeliver
deliver delhcrnddrcsses delhcrnddrcssesThe addressesThe addresses addressesThe
The New York Avenue Church Is nota notable notablo notablo ¬
blo not only because Its life practically practicallycovers practlcllJlycovors practicallycovers
covers tho entire cnlir history hlstor of Washington Washingtonbut
but because of the many prominent menwho men menwho menwho
who have attended the church as a regular regularmembers regularmembers regularmembers
members John Quincy Adams Andrew AndrewJohnson AndrewJ AndrewJdhnson
Johnson J hnson Franklin Pierce and Abraham AbrahamLincoln Abraham1ineoln
i Lincoln nC < ln all ll attended this church during
their tlielrn1rnJplstraUons < admin atl1nlatrntlona la tratlons There has also
bCtixrart boon a tI tAiit et t number onttica rvico Vlcb Presidents Presldentaand Presidentsand Presldentsand
and otter oU otter erpubl publfcf publfdtmen fm mcn n In the thocongr congrega congrogation congregation ga galion ¬
tion tionThe
The church when first founded oc occupied occupied occupied ¬
cupied a site on F Street and was as known knownas knonas knownas
as as the F Street Presbyterian Church ChurchAnother ChurchAnother ChutehAnother
Another Presbyterian Church was formed form formed formed ¬
ed and built an edifice on tho preseuteito present presentj presentsito
site of the New York Avenue Church ChurchPOT ChurchMOODY ChurchI
MOODY DENIES EIE8 EIE8S WORDS WORDSPUT I
S POT INTO HIS IS MOUTH MOUTHNo
No Truth in Alleged AllegedLynch AllegedLynching Lynch Lynching ¬
ing Talk With titl > President PresidentWAS PresidentWAS
WAS ENTIRELY MISQUOTED MISQUOTEDConversation MISQUOTEDConversation MISQUOTEDConversation
Conversation Attributed to Presidentand President Presidentand Presidentand
and Himself Never Took Place PlaceWhole PlaceWbole
Whole Story Preposterous PreposterousSecretary Preposterous8ecretary
Secretary Moody Is Indignant over the thepublication thepublication thepublication
publication this morning of an alleged allegedinterview allegedIntervIew allegedinterview
interview In tt which he was made to Kay Kaythat saythat ay aytbat
that the President under certain cir circumstances cIrcumstances circumstancos ¬
cumstances would condone lynching lynchingSecretary lynchlnSecretary lynchiuSecretary
Secretary Moody was quoted as saying sayingWhen aalngWhen sayingWhen
When recently I traveled t aeled with the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and the car was surroundul surroundalby surroundulby
by a large but friendly crowd r re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked marked to the President the possibili possibilities possl possiblltties ll1 ll1ties ¬
ties of personal danger lIe replied that thatif thatIt thatif
if an attempt was mode upon tho Presi President Prealdent Pres1dent ¬
dent he would condone condo no the lynching Inchin ofthe of ofthe orthe
the guilty partyThe party partyThe partyThe
The Interview then went on to say that thatSecretary thatSecretary thatSecretary
Secretary Moody had suggested to the thePresident t11ePresident
President the possibility of thus punish punishing punishIng punishinS ¬
ing the wrong wrou person and that when whenthe whenthe
the matter was presented to him in n this thislight thislight
light tho President > agreed that there therewere therowele therewere
were dangers which deprived all lynch lyncbIngs InehIng8 lynchof
Ings of justification justificationSecretary JusUficnUonSecrotary
Secretary Moody declared this morn mornIng mornIng morning
Ing no such incident as described over overtook ocrtoolt overtook
took place between bet ween himself and the thePresident thePresident
President that the President never nevermado nccrmatto nevermade
made any such remark to him and furthey fur further turther ¬
ther he never uttered the remarks at attributed attributed ¬
tributed to him in the interview interviewYou InterviewYou interviewYou
You may say said Secretary Moodythat Mood Moodthat Moody 1loodythat
that I was entirely misquoted No such suchincident suchIncident
incident over occurred iu connection connectionwith conuectlonwith convectionwith
with the President and I certainly never novcrmade noormade nevermade
made the preposterous preposterous statement ascrib ascribed nscrlbed ascribed ¬
ed to ina inaFROG moFROG
FROG SKIN GRAFTED GRAFTEDON GRAFTEDON GRAFTEDON
ON PATIENTS HAND HANDANN HANDANN HANDANN
ANN ARBOR Mich July C GAt At the theHomeopathic theHomeopatblc
Homeopathic Hospital here Dr F S SWcBtfall SWestfall SWestfall
Westfall has succeeded In grafting graftingtwentyfive graftingtwentylhe
ht twentyfive entytips square Inches of frog fro skin skinon skinon
on the hand of Albert Witte Wlttos Wlttoshand Wlttoshend
hand was Injured In machinery and andblood nndblood ua d
blood poisoning followed Slices of ofvhto othJte a 1
white hJte skin wore taken from the legs legsand lebsnnd log s
and stomachs of frogs und placed on th thhand the thohand thehand e
hand Rubber tissue and an outer dress dressIng dressIng dresstag
Ing were put on and kept moist with a asalt 1 1sail
salt solution After ninetysir hours it itwas t twas
was found that the frog skin had be become become ¬
I come set and formed rormcda a red healthy ski skion skin skinon skinon n
on the t e hand and
Roman Pontiff Lifted From His Bed Last Night in inOrder inOrder inOrder
Order That He Might Breathe More Freely FreelyThe FreelyTheEffect The TheEffect TheEffe
Effect Effe t Was Marked and He Was Able to Partake Partakeof Partakeot
of ot Nourishment NourishmentDoct Doctors rs Lapponi apponi and Mazzoni MazzoniHold MazzoniHold MazzonigQld
Hold Another Consultation ConsultationCARDINAL ConsultationCARDINAL I ICARDINAL
j
CARDINAL OREGLIA SLEEPS IN INVATICAN INVATICAN INVATICAN
VATICAN NEAR AGED SUFFERER SUFf RER
J
IMPORTANT IMPOR TANT STAGES STAGESIN ST STA AGES AGESIN GES GESS GESIN S
IN PONTIFFS S LIFE LIFEBorn
r
Born at Carpineto March 2 1810 1810Entered 1810Entered lb10Entered
Entered college at Rome 1821 1821Matriculated 1821Iatrlc
Matriculated Iatrlc wte4 at Gregorian GregorianEntered University Unlvt sftr y 1830 1830Entered 1830Entred
Entered College of Noble EcclesIasUfca Eeclcslas Eccleafasdesrtn lts iflipRiis r sv u 1S32 1S32Appointed lS32Apponted 1832 1832Appointed
Appointed Domestic Prelate by Gregory Gregori XV XVI j 1827 1837Referendlary 1827Referendlary 1 31 31ReCerendlary
Referendlary to Court of Segnatuni March 16 1S37 1S37Order 1S37Order 1837Order
Order of priesthood conferred iDccembcr31 D December31 ccmb 31 1837 1837Apostolic 1831Apos 1837Apostolic
Apostolic Apos tolle delegate at Benevento Benocnto i 18371841 18371841Governor 183181Governor I IGovernor
Governor of Spoleto 1S411S42 1S411S42Papal 1811J843Papal 18411343Papal
Papal Nuncio at Brussels 18431S45 18431S45Made 18431815tlade 18491345Made
Made Archbishop of Perugia PcruSlaA ISIS 1815Created ISISCreated 1315Created
Created Cardinal < December 19 1853 1853Made 1853C
Made a 9 CnrdJpql Cardinal Camerlengo C vVt pjrlom fifeVtiVTfcv r r Z July J u 1 Y 1377 1377eiieeica I IEI g7
EI Elected eiieeica e t e d P Pope rope ot e > 7 > > J jri iictruary Fcb February r un ry 20 10 n nRoman 0 isfs isfsRevived 18 1578 0 0Ro1 >
Roit Revived Ro1 l lEncyclical ved ed Roman Catholic IiierarchyinScofland Hierarchy 1 lerarehy 1n InscotlandlT SMt i i A March 1Ia ch 4 1S78 1S78Encyclical 1878EnccIlcal
Encyclical condemning communism socialism and nihilism nlhlIl nlhflismDccember mDccet1ber December 28 281878 281878Encyclical 1878 1878Encyclical 18i8Encyclical
Encyclical Encyclical against heresy socialism soclaU m November 5 1S32 1S32Recognized 1832Recognized 1382Recognized
Recognized unity of Italy October October 7 7181 1S83 1S83Encyclical 1Sb3Encyclical > 3 3EncycIJcal
Encyclical condemning liberalism r I No Nove November vember b rG C 1K55 1K55Celebrated 1 1835Celebrated 5 5Celebrated
Celebrated golden Juolleo j Hec r 18S7 18S7Celebrated 1SS1Celabrated 18S7Celebrated
Celebrated grand Jubilee 1SSS 1SSSEncyclical 18SBEIc1cllcal lSfiBt
Encyclical on socialism and labor laborA May 1taY16 S1ayIC891 S1ayIC891Celebrated t Iff 4891 4891Celebrated 8ll 8llCelebrated
Celebrated Celebrated Episcopal jubileey jubilee v i February Februi i 1693 1593Issued 1693Issued 1893fssuid
Issued appeal app i1 to Engfana for MufflohoPCKrIstendomv r t h pC April Aprll 14 1894 1894Celebrated 1894 1894Celebratel 1594Celebrated
Celebrated sixtieth anniversary of hU I first rst moss February 13 1S + S aDeclared SDeclared
Declared 1900a 1900 a year of universal Jubilee v May ay 11 1899 1594hold 1899Held 1899Hold
Hold consistory C l i lSfy and i Iid created created craat d cloelIJ eleven lfb ffbw bw cardlnaliV Card1aa rd t aIi i June 19 1R99 1R99Celebrated lR lRCelebrated 1899Celebrated
Celebrated Celebrated ninetieth nlnetietb birthday March 2 21900 219 1900 I
I
SffillfS STREfL J R TRAFFIC TRAFFICIncrease TRAFFICMORE
MORE THAN DOUBlEO DOUBlEOIncrease OUBLEIIIncrease
Increase in Passengers and andSingleTrack andSing1eTrack andSingleTrack
SingleTrack Mileage MleageCENSUS MileageCENSUS MileageCENSUS
CENSUS BUREAU BUR E A U REPORT REPORTRemarkable REPORTRemarkable REPORTRemarkable
Remarkable Growth of the theBusiness Business in inthe inthe inthe
the Decade From 1890 1890to 1890to r8goto
to i 1000 1000Every rpooEvery goo gooEvery
Every man woman and child in theUnited the theUnited thoUnited
United States took on an average sixty sixtythree slxtythree sixtythree
three rides on street cars last yearaccording year yearaccording yearaccording
according to the report of the Census CensusBureau Census CensusDur CensusBureau
Bureau Dur au on Street and electric Hallways Hallwaysof
of the country published today That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was thirtyone rides more than they in indulged Indulg indulged ¬
dulged dulg d In In 1S90 the Increase being beinglargely beln belnlareely beinglargely
largely due to the sustltutlon of elec electric eec eectric electric ¬
tric for animal power and possibly tho thoincreased thoIncrenscd theIncreased
increased prosperity of the people peopleAltogether peopleAltogether peopleAltogether
Altogether the 987 companies owning
22576 miles mlle of track carried 4809554438 4809554438farepaying 4809554138f 4809554438farepaying
farepaying f passengers not counting countingthose countingthose countingthoso
those who rode ou trasfcrs tr sers or those thosewhoso thoseWhoso thosewhose
whoso nickels were knocked down by bytho bytho bythe
tho conductors Adding dding tho transfer pas passengers passongera passengers ¬
sengers the roads carried a total of 5
871957830 people Two hundred and sixlyilve six sixtyfive slxtyflve ¬
tyfive passengers were killed and 26690 2C69Qinjured 26690Injured 26690Injured
injured and of the employee 122 worokilled woro worekilled worokmcd
killed and 3699 hurt hurtThe hurtThe hurtThe
The par value of the capital stock stockand stockand stockand
and funded debt outstanding outstQndln as reported report reported reported ¬
ed amounted to 2308282099 The aver average acraGe average ¬
age net capital capltallIabllltics liabilities per mile of ofsingle otsingle ofsingle
single track owned for the companiesrepresenting companies companiesrepresenting companiesrepresenting
representing both factors wer we were o 93287The 93287 95287The 93287The
The total Incomo and cxrcnsco cx ensco of of the theoperating theoperating theoperating
operating companies amounted to 250 250504C27
504627 and 214907050 214907050Tho 2H907e50rho 214907CG0The
The companies gave employment on onthe onthe onthe
the average during tho year e lr to 133611 133611wageearners 1336Uw 133611wageearners
wageearners w eearncrs and ndDald paid J80770449 in inwages Inwages inwages
wages There were ere 7128 salaried salaried l offi officials oillclals of ofdale ¬
dale and clerks employed to whom whom713971G
57439710 was paid In salariesThe salaries salariesTho
Tho single track mileage increasedfrom increased increasedfrom Incroasedtrom
from 8123 miles in 1890 to 22576 milesin miles milesin milesIn
in 1902 or 17794 per cent and the num numI nutnber I
I ber of fare passengers increased 13774 13774per 13171pcr 13771per
per cent
HOLDUP IN CHICAGO CHICAGOCHICAGO CHICAGOCHICAGO
CHICAGO July 6 6At At 1 oclock thismorning this thismorning thismorning
morning G E Welch an elevator con conductor conductor ¬
ductor was was attacked by three masked maskedholdup maskedholdup
holdup men who boat him Into Insen Insensibility Insenalblllty ¬
sibility In the shadow of the elevated elevatedstructure elevatcjstructure
structure at Lako and Pcorla Streets and androbbed an1robbed 1
robbed him of 75 and a gold watch Dc Detectives Dctecllvos Dctectivos ¬
tectives found three suspicious chasetern charac characters characters ¬
ters not far from the holdup and ar arrested arrested ¬
rested them
QEWtY t e RESIGNS 1 POST POSTBILES v
MILES TO SUCCEED HIM HIMChange HIMChange 1M 1MChange
Change in Presidency of ofJefferson ofJefferson ofJefferson
Jefferson Association AssociationADMIRAL AssociationADMIRAL AssociationADMIRAL
ADMIRAL SENDS S END S LETTER LETTERiMembers LETTERNe LETTERMembers
Members Ne bers of Board Certain Army Leader LeaderWill LeaderWill
ff ffr
r Will Accept the Posi Position POSlf PosiLion
< tion tionAdmiral tionAdmiral LionAdmiral
Admiral Dewey president of the theThomas theThomas j
Thomas Jefferson Memorial emorlal Association Associationor j jof
of the United States has sent his resig resignation reslgnlltlon resignation ¬
nation to the board of governors be because because because ¬
cause of his Inability V 0 > give to the thegreat thegrelt thegreat
great national project as much time ashe as ashe ashe
he thinks the head of the association associationshould associationshould associationshould
should give In n order to Insure its suc success success suecoca ¬
cess The Admiral sent the followingletter following followingletter tolloln1letter
letter letter4T letterr
4T r regret to state that I find myself myselfunable mysoUunable myselfunable
unable owing to the pressure of officialand official officialand omclaland
and other duties to devote to tho thoThomas thoThomas theThomas
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association Associationthe 4ssoclatlonthe Associationthe
the time and personal attention which 1 1think 1tblnk 1think
think the president of such an organlia organliatlon organlJatlon organn organntlon a
tlon should give to It I therefore beg begleave 60Sleavo 6e g gto
leave to tender my resignation as presi president president pros prosdent ¬
dent and ask that it bo accepted as assoon assoon a asoon s
soon as possible possibleBy = + osslbe osslbeBy osslbloBy
By a mail vote ote of the board of gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors of the association representing representingthe
the thirteen thlrt en original States Admiral AdmiralDcweys AdmiralDcweys AdmiralDeweys
Dcweys resignation was accepted with withregret withre wit witregret h
regret re et Notification of this action wa wasent was wassent wassent s
sent to the admiral today todayTo todayTo todayTo
To succeed Admiral Dewey the thebQard thebQardhas boar boarhas board boardhas d
has selected without opposition Lieut LieutGen UeutGen LieutGen
Gen Nelson A Miles and notification oi oithis 0 0this othis
this action ac lon has been sent to the ne nepresident new newpresident newpresident w
president today General Miles 1IIes is absenfrom absent absentfrom absentfrom b
from the city but members of the board boardfeel boardfeel boar boarfeel d
feel assured that he will accept the post position postlion 051 051Uon ¬
lion The headquarters of tho associatiohave association associationhave associationhave n
have been moved to room 9 Kellogg KellozjBuilding KeUo KelloggBuilding g gDulldlne
Building on F Street Stre t near Fourteenth FourteenthFORT FourteenthFORT FourteenthFORT
FORT MYER BATTERY BATTERYON BATTERYON BATTERYON
ON PRACTICE MARCH MARCHCaptain MARCHCantllln MARC H I ICantain
Captain Foote commanding the theFourth theFourth th thFourth e
Fourth Battery of Field Artillery sta etaHoned stationed stationed ¬
tioned at Fort Myor left that post this thismorning thismorning thi thimorning s
morning with about eighty men and andeight nndeight an aneight d
eight pieces of artillery The Thebattcry ThebattcryIs battery batteryis batter batterIs y
is to remain away from tho fort for formore tormore fo fomore r
more than a month on a practice march marchIts marchIts mare mareIts h
Its destination is Mount Gretna PaIt Pa PaIt PaIt
It will take several days to get there thereAfter thereAtter
After the battery la s encamped it will willbe willbe wit witb0 i
be joined by tho Pennsylvania National NationalGuard XatlonnGuard tiationaGuard 1
GuardIt Guard GuardIt GuardIt
It Is believed Captain Foote and his hiscohorts hi s
cohorts will w 111 return about August 23
Penitentiary of Convent Conventuals Co C caveat caveatu vent ventuaIs ¬
uals u alsWhich Which Prays at atBedside atBedside atBedside
Bedside of Dying DyingIon DyingIontiffs Pon Pontiffs ¬
tiffs Has Not 1 Yet Been BeenSummoned BeenSummoned BeenSummoned
Summoned SummonedMessages SummonedIvessages SummonedMessages
Messages From Through Throughout Througho Throughout ¬
out o t the World Wore PourInto Pour PourInto PourIntq
Into the Vatfcan Vattc V atrcan Ex Expressing Expressihg ExPressing ¬
pressing Sorrow S0rr oW and andHope andII andHope
Hope II ope o of ofth f the Faithful FaithfulPresent Faithf Faithfultresent L Lc
c I Isent
Present sent Illness of the thePope thePoge thePope
Pope Attributed Attributedto Attri b usedt0 to His HisFailure HisFailure HisFall
Fall Failure ure to toHeed H eed the thevice Ad Advice Advi ¬
vice vi vice e of His H1 s Physicians PhysiciansROME
i
ROME RO July 6 6PopeLc 6Pope Pope Leo wca was wt s still stillalive stillalive 3tl11allYe
alive this morning and though though bou his holi holiness hollness hol holness ¬
ness showed another glimpse gl1mpseot of that thatremarkable thntrenarknble thatremarkable
remarkable vitality which which has has aston astonished astonisbed 1stonIshed
ished people for years yearshere there Is lahop a ahope a ahope >
hope hop The final collapse cannot oe e de delayed delaY de1aFed ¬
layed laY d much after sunset sunsettrProf sunsetPro sunsetProf
Pro Prof 3fazxont lazzjani funonl id Drl 4pponl
trProf M Mn 7 7n and a D Dr Lapponi were wereTin Cre
Tin i n attendance atten ncc on the Pope or or at close closecall dosecall closecull
call all night For hours the the progress progressof progressof
of the thed1sease disease made It difficult for his hisholiness h hisholiness l lhollneiS
holiness to breathe To relieve this thedoctors the thedoctors thodoctors
doctors had the Pope lifted from his hisbed lis lisbed i ibed
bed and propped In an armchair The Theeffect Tree1T Theeffect
effect e1T c was marked IiJl rke HIs breathing breathn be became becnme became
came more regular r ular and twice t lce he WM ruseable WMable u uable H
able to partake of
nourishment
some something something something ¬
thing he had not done for or hours before beforeSoup beforeSoup beforeSoup
Soup was given him and It was then thenthat thcnthat thenthat
that his holiness showed a flash nsh of re renewed renewed renewed ¬
newed vitality vitalityPassed vitalityPassed vitaJltyPassed
Passed Sleepless NightDrs Night WightDrs NightDrs
Drs Lapponi and
Mazzoni held a con consultation consu1t consultgtion ¬
sultation su1t tfon this morning and Indicated thes the thaslightImprovement
iUght s slightImprovement llglit Improvement In n the Pontiffs con condition COBditlon coadltion ¬
dition In the following fol1o ing bulletin bulletinAlthough bullotinAlthough bulletinAlthough
Although his holiness passed an al almost aJmost almost ¬
most sleepless lcepll s night he Is not so uneasy uneasyas
as he was yesterday The patient has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been benefited by Injections of digitalis digitalisand digitalisnnd digitalisand
and camphor His chest Is normal normalThere normalThore normalThere
There Is a slight and
cough and
some ca catarrhal catarrhalemission catarshal
tarrhal tarrhalemission emission SufCcIt SufCcItLas Suffielthas Eulucithas
has been taken The pu puThe pt ptThe ptThe
The general condition conditionremains conditionremalps conditionremains
remains remalps grave but It Itworse itworse itworse
worse worseDr worseDr
Dr Lapponi a little littleness llllleness littleness
ness of his holiness holinessusual holinessusual
usual course Ho was breathing breamingbut breatntngbut breathingbut >
but his weakness was waSmore more marked Dr DrLnpponls DrLnpponls DrLapponls
Lnpponls words carried no no hope lor or the thedistinguished thedistinguished thedistinguished
distinguished patient patientPenitentiary patientPenitentiary
Penitentiary Penitentiary Not Summoned SummonedAt
At an early cary hour this morning it was wasnoted 713noted i inoted
noted that the penitentiary of the Order Orderof Orderor
of the Conventuals had not been oUID oUIDnoned oummooed uin uinmoncd
mooed to the PopesNapartmeats Popes apartments This Thisbody Thisbody
body has the privilege of praying at tho thobedside thobcdside
bedside of a dying Pontiff Pcntl and Is with wltkhim wtlthim
him to the last The fact fact that It has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not yet et been summoned leads to the hc be belief Je
lief that the Pope will at least survive survivethe survltsthe sun Ise Isethe
the dayCardinal day dayCardinal dnyCardinal
Cardinal Oreglla dean of the sacredcollege sacred sacredcollege sacredcollege
college and who when the Popes Ill Illness 111ness ¬
ness apparently became hopeless as assumed assumed asthe ¬
sumed the position of acting Pope Is Isoccupying Isoccupying
occupying rooms on tho third floor of the theVatican theVatican
Vatican immediately above the Popes Popesapartment Popesapartment
apartment
Messages Poor In InMessages InMessages
Messages are pouring In from all oVer oVerthe otortho oterthe
the world Inquiring after the Popes Popescondition Pope Popecondltlcn Popescondiitcn
condition and expressing the hope that thathe thathe
he will wll1rcoove rescuer An early visitor at the theVatican th thVatican
Vatican on the same mission was th thFrench the tbeFrench theFrench
French ambassador to Italy He wai Ii

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