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4 THE WASHINGTON TilIES SATURDAY JIVE 13 1908 1 J08
BOOKIES ARREST ARRESTSCORED ARRESTSCOREOBY
SCORED SCOREOBY BY JUDGE JUDGENew
New York Official Will Hear HearCharges HearCharges
Charges Aga Against AgainstL nst nstPolicemen
L Policemen PolicemenNEW
NEW YORK June laDenounclng laDenounclngthe
the police for ha having ng made arrests at at1e atthe
the 1e Grav8Send race track after hav havIll havng
> Ill enjoyed Its oourtesy for twenty twentyvears twentyyears
years Magistrate Voorh Voerhees S In the theConey theCaney
Coney Island police OUce court today ad adourned adjourned
journed ourned the cases ot the nine alleged allegedboqkmakers allegedbookmakers
bookmakers taken Into custody yester yesterday 88tor 88torday
day until June 21 21He 38He
He also informed the lawyers awyers for the thedefendants thedefendants
defendants that Jt they wanted to file filecompla1nts filecomplabtts
compla1nts ag aga3net Jnst any ot the po1lco po1lcoottlcers poUcoofficers
officers who assaulted the bookmak bookmakers
ers he was as wUlln willing to entertain themTwo them themTwo
Two hundred pofcemen po emen fifteen plain plahtdothes plainclothes
clothes and ten lieutenants together togetherwith togetherwith
with twenty deputy sheriffs under First FirstDeputy FirstDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Louis M 8w Swayzey zey went wentto wentto
to the Grae Gravesend end track this afternoon afternoonwith
I with strict Instruction to clear the bet betUng betting
ting ring ab absolutely olutely And to prevent preventbetting preventbetting
betting In any form at all hazards hazardse hazardsWe
We e will make It ImpoA imposMble ible for any per peron person
son on either to make or reoe4ve reoeve a a bet In any anyform anyform
form at the race tracks said Acting ActingProseoutor ActingProsecutor
Prosecutor Elder ot King county to toda today
da day And his declaration coupled with withthe withthe
the attitude ot Po Police e Commissioner CommlssloneBingham CommissionerBingham
Bingham seems on Us faoe to make It Itcertain itcertain
certain that Ue day ot the bookmaker bookmakerIn
In New York Is done doneGeneral doneGeneral
General Bingham declared that h hWould he hewould
Would have more men 8t Gravesend to today
dB day than on the first day alter the pAs peasage I Isage
sage ot the new law and would Ould make makeit I IIt
It an impossibility for even the whis whispering whispering
pering and memory system used yes yesterday 85 85terday
terday to prevail In future futureIt futureIt
It Is declared that poolrooms OOlrooms through throughout throughout
out the city already have Increased In Innumber innnumber
number since the Agnew law WK was waspassed J Jpassed
passed but District Attorney Jerome J8COmeanti Jeromeanticipates
anti anticipates lpates little trouble from this this60urce thissource
source Satisfied that there Is no loop
hole to be found by which racing may maybe maybe
be condacted In New York with ith itsgambling Its
gambling annex the big horsemen have haveabout haveabout I
about decided that the game Is up upSTORIES upSTORIES
STORIES OF WITCH WITCHCOST WITCHCOST
COST COUPLE 10 10Pair 10Pair
Pair Fined for Slandering Neigh Neighbor Neighbor
bor They Accuse of Follow Following Following
ing Black Art ArtPATRRSON ArtPATI4RSON
PATRRSON N J June 11Two 11Twobuaybodles ILTwobusybodies
busybodies so eager to gossip about a ateighbor aneighbor
neighbor that they bad to hark bAck bAckto backto
to the middle ages a M were fined ti e each eachby eh ehby
by Recorder Carroll They were Joseph JOHpband Josephand
and Theresa Ferrlsst Only a mt mtwhile little littlewhile
while In this country the Ferrlstlls trIed trIedtrl triedto
trl make themselves popular among their theirnew theirnew
new acquaintances by saying Mr Au Aul11e Annie
l11e Basile or 54 Wayne avenue had hadbeen hadbeen
been a wItch In Italy So ze zealous lous vera verathey werethey
they In spr spreading 8ding absurd stories about aboulthe aboutthe
the Worthy woman that j in a short tlM tlMthey time timethey
they hd the whole nbhorb neighborhood od talk talkIng talking
Ing IngFor
For dill not the Perd Ferriseis ls relate In aU aUgravity allgravity
gravity I Ithat that In the old country Mrs MrsBulle MmBasile
Bulle was wont to crawl through key key110Ies keyholes
holes and crevices and suck the blood bloodot bloodof
ot children Did they not spread In Industriously industriously
dustriously the slander that she seldom seldomsallied seldomsallied
sallied from her home save on a broom broomstick broomstick
stick In the dark ot the moon 1 Was Was1t Wasit
1t not asserted by them that she had hadthe hadthe
the evil eye and that simply by look 1001ing lookIng <
ing at one she could Inflict aU the 111 111that ills illsthat
that flesh was heir to and then a few tewThe fewThe
The slanders were traced to the For Ferrlests Forrisals
rlests by Mrs Basile and her brother brotherMrs brotherMrs
Mrs Basile had the new arrivals called calIedto calledto
to court The Ferrissls vowed they theywere theywere
were Innocent but the complaJnant pant had hada
a large number or wltne witnesses ee and the therecorder therecorder
recorder held the defendants guilty ot otslander ofslander
slander
GIRL ENDS HER LIFE LIFENEW LIFENIOW
NEW YORK June laSadle Sltz Sltzstein Saltzstetn
stein twenty years old was found founddead founddead
dead today a suicide by gas In her herroom herroom
room In the bachelor girls hotel the theTromart theTromart
Tromart at rift 0 Hudson street The Thogirl Thegirl
girl vent to her room last night inapparently In Inapparently
apparently the befit ot spirits BesIde BesIdethe Besidethe
the dead girl were found two letters lettersone lettersOne
one to Mrs Shepard who has charge chargeof
of the hotel and the other to Hattie HatUaKlein HattieKlein
Klein a friend ot the suicide Bot Both Bothwere h hv
v were re taken to the coroners office officINEWTELEPHONE officeNEWTELEPHONE
NEWTELEPHONE EXCHANGES EXCHANSESTwo
Two new telephone exchanls s nH h hoptt1ed bopened
opened by the Chesapeake and PtftaO PtftaOTelephone P ton as asTelephone
Telephone Company at 5 oclo oclok k thi thiattemOQn this thisafternoon
afternoon One ot the new excban exchanges exchangesis es esJ8
J8 known as Columbia and Is for all all8UbscrJbe allsubscribers
subscribers north of Florida avenue avenueeaat avenueeast
east of Rock Creek and west of North NorthCapitol Northcapitol
Capitol street tre t The Ih other Cleveland Clevelandmbracs Clevelandembraces
embraces the JlubwM If 0leveknd 0levekndPark ClevelardPark
Park Chevy Chase and Tenleytowr TenleytowrThe TenleytownThe
+ The new n names me of the exchanges exchangesnec nec s sEitate sEttate
Eitate the changing of 2000 numbers In inthe
I th the telephone book bookDUTY bookDUTY
DUTY FIRST FIRSTThe FIRSTThe
The hotel was W afire To expedite and andaId andaid
aId the inmates to escape a number of ofpolicemen ofpolicemen
policemen rushed In from the street and andgrotHKl andgroped
groped their way through the smoky snwkyi
i halls shouting helpful instructions instructionsslmultanooutilly instructionssimultaneously
simultaneously slmultanooutillyOne
One ot thee officers forced his way
Into the kitchen where the fire was washotest washotest
hotest To his amazement here he en encountered encountered
countered a colored man carefully cu curylng carrying
rylng toward a door a heavy pan oC oCwlll ofswill
wlll wlllThis
This place Is all afire yelled clled the po
lkeman Get out of here hereYaal hereYaaa
Yaal luh was the earnest reply
yes 8 soons Ah empty die outEx outDxthange
hange thangeSICK hangeSteKNEADAONE
SteKNEADAONE SICK HEADACHE
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ILTAG 1 TAG SELLERS SL LLERS STORMING STORMING A STREET CAR Ii
SCENE AT FIFTEENTH AND G STREETS
Where Most of the Tag Selling Was Done Today
15000 WOMEN WOMENPARADE
PARADE PARADELONDON PARADELONDONSuffragettes LONDON LONDONSuffragettes
Suffragettes Surprise Them Themselves
selves by Size ize of Demon Demonstration
stration
I ILONDON iLONDON
LONDON June lSLoJHlon HW her 1tersreate hergreatest
greatest t demontltrUlon by suffragettes INffraxetttoday suffragettestoday
today when J6I StOG women paraded from frotnthe fromthe
the Victoria Embankment to Albert AlbertHalf Alb6tHall
Hall where addresses were made to tomny as asmany
many a8 eould e crowd wd Into the spacious spaciousauditorium padoUliaudttoriwn
auditorium audttoriwnThe
The number or women In the line tar tarexceeded farexceeded
exceeded the expectation 8C the mo most mostsanguine t tsanguine
sanguine suffragette and Ad treme tremendous clOWl en enthuum enthuslasm
thuum was created b by the imposing imposingspectacle I
spectacle spectacleThe pect I
I
The suffragettes did not allow their theirenthusiasm theirenthusiasm
enthusiasm to lead them afoul of UN thepolice UNpolice
police policeThree policeThree
Three thousand barmaJda took advantage advant advantaxe
axe of the suffragettes parade to have havea
a demonstration oC their own to protEat pro protut
tEat against the IIcenblnc bill They met metat metat
at Trafalgar square and voiced their theiropinion theiropinion
opinion In speeches jeers and ha haranguN harangues
ranguN ranguNMOB ranguesMOB
MOB STRIPS GIRL GIRLAND GIRLAND
AND USES RA RAWHIDE RAWHIDEDICKSON WHIIJE WHIIJED
D DICKSON ICIC SON Tenn June UDlarecard UDlarecardIng
Ing her plea that their I leader r had led ledher ledher
her astray a mob stripped a young 70uncgirl younggirl
girl Ann Anna Craig ot her clothing and andwhipped andwhipped
whipped her last night In an I isolated isolatedcommunity oated oatedcommunity
community seventeen miles reef Mt ot othere ofhere
here It Is charged that the Indignity Indignitywas
was offered because the girl had chang
ed her affections atrectlonAtter affectionsAfter
After whipping the girl thE mob vl visit visited lt lted
ed a married man who had been atten
tive to her and warned him aJI to his
future conduct
SUMMER RESORTS SUMMER RESORTS RESORTSBoard RESORTSc
j c i Cape Nay terse New Newterse
Think of a home at the seashore seashorer
r + surrounded by big grand old oldT
T shade trees and an abundance of ofj1111
j1111 seductively Perfumed flowers flowersabloom
abloom in 3oiir garden Cape May Mayreally
really brings Florida within a few fewhours
hours ride of Washinbgton Write Writefor
for particulars regarding summer cottages s
Write for booklet descriptive of Cape Mays hotels fine bathing
beach motoring boulevard and new yacht harbor harboroar
Board oar o of Trade of o Cape a May i N J
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to
HOTEL TEL CHAMPLA8N CHAMPLA8NAND HAMPLAIN
U AND COFTACES COFTACESLake COTTACtSLake
Lake Champlain Clinton County N Y YJ Ylsa
J lsa meter at a f Natural Park of 4SO era olf O f Ten Tenntls
t1 tIIII1 ntls BoaUng Bth1I1I Flshln Fishing cmDIet Auto 0 0ae Gas Gasf
f ae At Attraotive t social Ute Opens July 1 Bootle BoohleROBERT BootleRODERT
ROBERT MtRRAT tEltt j Mer Mg III 8tb an N Y until untilJa17 untilJaly
F Ja17 1 rue panteuJ t teulady T b cettasu to nut nutFORT l lFORT
FORT WilLIAM WILLIAMLAKtt HENRY HOTEL HOTELLAKE
LAKE QEORQE N Y Yao Vx150000
> x150000 expended P in aproeiaeote glace lest u ses seso e econTe
rnOehlaJk hlaJk
ao o Flneet ana largest Hotel rnOe on the lake Evpry Evpryconvea1eaee
conTe convea1eaee le C Ope Opens a Jain T 1 bidet J F WIL WILSON w1l w1lBON
BON MD JtI 6t21 a aye N Y Y until JII11 Jet L I
CAPE MAY MAYVILLA MAYVILNA
VILLA NOVACn NOVAaChn l each Chn near PennaR Pena R RGeo R Rat
at fMo Rathertrd Pro ProJeltw Profellwaa8uk
fellwaa8uk fellwaa8ukOCEAN Jeltw ualt ualtOCEAN
OCEAN CITY
MAILED 1R15ROOKABOUT FREBOOK FREBOOKABOUT
ABOUT OCEAN CITY N J JMOST JMOST
MOST INVITI INVITING a RII RII9ORT ORl ON A ATLANTIC ATLANTICCOA2T TLA TIC TICCO
COA2T COA2TWrite CO COWrite
Write for a copy It aaawers every qu quUon qua quation
Uon about Ocean City N J whether ysu ysuwant U Uwant
want to re teat t a cottage or bungalow or IItp IItpAt t p pat
At one o of tile 38 big hotels Or with one ot tle
13 private families who take boarders boanIersBOARD boardersBOARD I
BOARD OF TRADE OCEAN OCJCA CITY N J Jor T Tr
or r Bureau of Information 552 Ball Bailey y Bldt Bid BidPhil
Phil myth mythSatu Sa tu2ft tu2ftnO 36t 36tMOTEL
nO MOTEL L MAYBE1t1lY MAYBE1t1lYNoar
Near b beach acb and attraction flue view l W table tab1ctand tableand
and beds the best rooms with bath Special Special8C Specialseason
season 8C 5On rates DAy 2 and 12541 tSe Booklet BookletB
B lL MAYBERRY myUtuthSam myUtuthSam2tOlG my26tu thSt5t thSt5tSONG
SONG WAR ZING COs COMPA1n AD Y
1209 G Street lr W WImporters WImporters
Importers and dealers In all kinds of Chinese Chineseand
and Japanese Art Goads Silks Dlnens and I
Embroidered Silks for ladlu summer aDd aedwinter
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LAWMAKERS DODGE DODGENEV DODGEE1
NEV E1 HAVEN lYERGER lYERGER1llssachusetts MR MRMassachusetts R
Massachusetts Attorney General GeneralWilIBring GeneralWill
WilIBring Will Bring Suit to Tie Up Boston Bostonand Bostonand
and Maine Stock StockBOSTON StockBOSTON
BOSTON Jun Juno DThere will be no nolaUon nolotion
lotion In lfUNehu Massachusetts tts this year yeara ear earall
all a ectins cU the New Haven HavenBoston o toft and andXalne andMaine
Maine railroad merger The ectala legtshtture ectalature
ture win adjourn today le leaving vtllC the tbeumerer themerger
merger question unsettled unsettledSome 4 4Seune
Some time next week Attorney 00 00eral General
eral Malone will start an action In tb tbcourts the thecourts
courts to restrain the N New W York New NewHaven NewHaven
Haven and Hartford from voting 100 1 1hare
16 shares hare or Boston and Maine tock stockThe tockTbe
The first move or the attorney general geoenLlwUlbfoo generalwill
wUlbfoo will be to tic up 1JJ the lock at t least leattemporarily leasttemporarily
temporarily so tat the New haven navenCutRot havencannot
cannot vote It Then he will set et about aboutthe aboutthe
the longer litigation to secure de decleton doctston
cleton r rs dlnB din the conltUtutlonalft ofthe of ofthe
the lw prohibiting prohibiting rallJl railway mergers merKersSUES mergersSUES
SUES FOR DIVORCE DIVORCEALLEGING
ALLEGING BIGAMY
A petition for divorce wa was sled In Ute UteDlatrtct theDI
Dlatrtct DI strict Supreme Court today by BU BUC Ellen EllenC
C Edmonton against her husband huabandOwen husbandOwen
Owen S Edmonton whom hom she e alletr alletrdeaertM alleges allegesdeserted
deserted her and married another woman wom woman
an The petition states Itt that aiM mar married married
ried the defendant In this city t7 July 17
1811 and that after ter several years her berhUllbltnd herhusbt3
hUllbltnd husbt3 d Wt her andxpreue4 and eapresel 8 deterratnafron deter deterOIt
ratnafron OIt ot never reUirnlng The peu peutteet tetl tetlalleges
tteet alleges be altered 8 ed Into an alleged anesedn allegedrlgirrlge
rlgirrlge n e with Itb Mary ary Brad Bradley who Isaomed Is IsJMIIIfte4
JMIIIfte4 as II cereepondent and subs subsquenUy u1Mteuently
uently was arrested and convicted er erblpmY ofbigamy
bigamy blpmYThe bigamyThe >
The petitioner uk that the custody etMJtodyor
or one otthelr of their two children be aW1U award awarded
ed to her and that the defendant be re required requtred 1
quired to pay permanent alimony
I
FATHERHUGHES NAMED NAMEDThe
The Rev William F Hu Hughes < < he or St StJOEeph StJosephs
JOEeph t l < emtnary mlnaI has been appointed appotntedIlleCretaiy appointedsecretary
secretary to the papal delegate at Wash Washington Va VaIngto
Ingto ington > n A Ar hbl8hop Farley annoLftHd annoLftHdthe
the appobtment yesterday e terday Father PtberHughes FatherHughes
Hughes Is a graduate or the Col College ct ctSt cfSt
St Francis Xavier ct class or Ii 4 And or orDunwootle ofDunwoode
Dunwootle Seminary c class ot is S
my5tusatt my5tusattNEW my5tusatfNEW
NEW JERSEY RESORTS RESORTSTLL RESORTSATLANTIC
ATLANTIC TLL Icf CITY CITYHOTEl CITYHOTEL
HOTEl = RUDOLF RUDOLFAMERICAl RUDOLFASIERICAY
AMERICAl EUROPEAN
Renovated and Returnlshed Throughout
Directly on the Beach with untbstruote4
view Sew o of the ocean oceanand d boardwalk 400 Oeeen
View Rooms en suite wIth 100 private sea
water baths home for Waahlngtonlans In
Atlantic CItY Special rates for May and
June For further Information write to Ru
dolt dol or phone to Harveys Restaurant u
MN JOEL HILLUA Proprietor myl1tt myl1ttLEXINGTON my17tfI1
I1 LEXINGTON XINGTON ra Paclflc c ct and A Arks tA tAYoungS Ayes AyesI
I sq t from depot and
YoungS Pier IremlSfJs extend to beach
bathing from house 1 to 12 weekly eekly 11 11and 1 1aDd
aDd up dally Booklet BookletJelz1StexSu BookletSelz1StexSu
Jelz1StexSu PAUL C ROSECRA ROSECRANSICHALFONTE S SC
ICHALFONTE ICHALFONTETHE C E I
THE LEEDS COMPARrr COMPARrrGALEN
GALEN HALL HALLBOTEL
HOTEL A AND D SAITORIUM
ATLANTIC CITY
One or the newest stone brick and steal
buildings wi with every comfort ort always open
always uad geaddy alwape Wioll buay j ji
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GUN GUNNESS NESS SUSPECT SUSPECTSEEN SUSPECTSEEN
SEEN IN MEXICO MEXICOAmbassador EXICOAmbassador
Ambassador Reports WomanWho Woman WomanWho
Who Plunged Into Interior InteriorI InteriorRegardless
Regardless I or o ° f Dangers DangersInCormaUon DangersInformation
Information Of 8 my mysterious terlou8 woman inMexico In InMexleo
Mexico who rosy y be Mrs Irs GunneH tIM tIMcentral thecentral
central ftgure of th the Indiana murder murdermyter murdermystery
mystery wu received at the Kate Do Dopartment e epartJnnt
partJnnt today ht a dispatch from Am AmbailaMor Ambastador
bailaMor Thompson In Mexico City CityHia CityHis
His dispatch ItI ass follows tollowuFOllowlnK followsFollowing
Following information J8Ce receved by byYlce byVice
Vice President from Governor Chipas ChipasPew C lpea lpeaFe
Pew Fe day ago American OM about aboutfty aboutfifty
fifty fty years old 8t stout Ut al about out live feet feetlinen feetseven
linen Inches high dark bu blue eyes OM light lightchestnut Isbecheatnut
chestnut hair all slightly < < hUy gray quick and andMrvou andnervous
nervous step passed UMd by PlLlenque Wu Wastraveling WutnLvebnc
traveling alone and without baggage barPPrnd baggageend
end has not lettelll or re ommendatlon recomnrendatlonheft ommendatlonJeft
heft Saito de Ayqua qua wearing masculine m4UCullnec
c ollalng or khahkt Made inquiries u utA asii
tA communication wIth Utlnacinta Utlnacintar Usunacinterover
r rover Y and plunKed Into Interior alone alonen one oneftt
ftt n t heeding warnings uto as 3o dauget dauget1b8 et etThe
The Stats Department 1Mtment frill tak a no nouo noaction
action uo until the aIouI police who whoevldggty Iao IaoIy
evldggty Iy Mnt 1JM eo nioadoa lJ a9the
the go 1ffftOr of iM ptOV nee ee have a acured ar arcured
cured molt deta1 details
FIND FLOUR CACHE CACHEBURIED CACHEBURIEDDURING
BURIED BURIEDDURING DURING WAR WARTvelv AR
Twelve TwelveUnion 1 Barels of Seized SeizedUnion
Union Army Stores Dug DugUp DugUP
Up in Manassas ManassasMANASSAS t 1 1MANABSAS
MANASSAS Va June 13Tw91ve 13Tw91vebarrea 13Twelvebarrels
barrels or flour oUI Mined in the streets of ofIRJNUNJfta of3lanaseas
IRJNUNJfta Ju Just t before the second eeo d battle batUeof battleof
of Bull Run have been dug W 1ft the theeenter thecenter
center of this city The flour Is damp dampand dampand
and musty smells like stale yeast and andhY andhas
hY turned black and lumpy lumpyA
A gang or men were at work cutting cuttingy cuttingaway
away y some twelve inches Inch of 8 principal principal8treet principalstreet
street to put down macadam when whenthere whenthere
there was a hollow sound under the theplcklt thepicks
picks Ordered to keep on digging theyfoznd they theyfo
fo foznd nd a long ong trench In which the barrelshad barrels barrelshad
had been placed end to end SOme 0 0the of ofthe
the barrels were In good condition white whiethe whitethe
the heads had rotted out or others othersleaving oth8IeRving
leaving nothing but the stavesThe staves ataT8LThe
The find wu placed along thestreets thestreetswhpre theatreetswhere
where It has attrActed much attention 8ttentlortfrom attentionfrom
from the people of ManaaM8 and vial vialtors 1 1tou
tou The flour W8 8 a part of a large JargetZUT8 largeseizure
seizure tZUT8 ot Union More which were wereburled wereburied
burled ha hastily Uly until the Confederates Confecleratycould Confederatescould
could return and make way with them themsately themsafely
safely satelyASKS safelyASKS
ASKS 15000000 15000000FOR 15000000FOR
FOR TWO PROVINCES PROVINCESChile
Chile Submits Proposition to Peru Perufor eru erufor
for Settlement of Boun Boundary BoundaryDispute ary aryDispute
Dispute DisputeVALPARAISO DisputeVALPARAIBO
VALPARAISO June 1JThe 13 The ChIlean ChIleangoernment Chileangovernment
government de desiring lring to etUethe pend pendIng pending
Ing controveryy cOntrov r With Peru regarding regardingthe
th the auonaJtty or Taona and JId ArIt ArItpr Arica Aricaprovinces
pr provinces > vince has proposed the following fonowlngas I
as a basic ot arrangement arran8fmentF1r
F1r First t tt comm commtrclal clJ treaty embody embodying embod embodIng
Ing mutual concessions second eond the theStftUnJ thetin
StftUnJ tin or I d wbventlon 31Ubvention to the RApid RApidSteaJftjlhlp RapidmsliI
SteaJftjlhlp msliI line third the con construction constructionof tructlon tructlonot
ot the PanAmerican railroad accord accordIng accordlug
lug to t < l the re resolutions olutlon adopted at the theMxIM theMcxieo
MxIM and Rio de Janeiro conferences coaterencesourth conferencesfourth
fourth the conv convccation < caUon of a 8 plebl pleblsccIt cte cteto e eto
to dennitely dednitely determine the ntJonaIltr tatlona y yr
r l lacna and A1ieIL provinces all res resdent resi residents
dent Including foreigners to vote fifth OUhthe fifththe
the nation at Ion refA1 reaininj 1ln th the provinces to topay
pay tite other 000000 or IQIOOO pounds poundsattrihl poundssterling I
attrihl attrihlAooordln sterling sterlingAccording
Aooordln to the Chilean propo proposal l all allor
or none of the foregoing artkle must mUKbo mustbe
bo accepted acceptedS
S E JOHNSON JOHNSONSLIGHTLY II
SLIGHTLY BETTER BETTERA
I IA
A marked improvement In n the condl aonditton
I ItJon
tJon of Sylvaanua E Johnson the yet veteras i ierII
eras newspaper man who 1 Is critically criticallyI
ill I at bit apartments In the Iroquois lrOQuol8wa
wa was reported thlll afternoon Mr John John110ft Johnson
son rested ed much more comfortably laM laMnllht lastnight
night than the ni night < < bt before and this thlamateria thismaterially
materia materially benefited > him HI His condition conditioni conditionihowever i ihowever
however la still un extremely serious seriousFLOUR seriousFLOUR
FLOUR INDUSTRY SUFFERS SUFFERSTACOlA SUFFERSTACOMA
TACOMA Wash June 13any ot ofthe i ilhe
the largest flour mills throughout Wash Washlegion
legion are closing because ot the slack ltIaokexport slackexport
export flour InIIttM The high price prlceof priceof
of wheat I is th the principal factor 1ft the thertppUng thecrippling
crippling of the Indu industry try T Thousands Thousandsof 8 8ot
ot men are being thrown Out ot emplcry emplcrymeat esAploymont
meat
SAYS GOULD LINE LINEREBATED
REBATED 220000 220000Missouri 2 2Missouri
Missouri pacific Also Accus Accused Accused
ed of Giving Cheap Plant Plantto
to T H Bunch Co CoAlleging CoAlleging
Alleging the paymolt or rebatE ag aggregating aggregating
gregating over SvoP00 22 IOO by the Missouri MissouriPacific MissouriPacific
Pacific to the T H Bunch Company Companygrain Companygrain
grain dealers at Little Rock and Argen Argenta
ta Ark the BrookRauch Mill fU1 and Ele Elevator Blevator
vator Company of Little Rock today todayfiled todayfiled
filed complaint with the Interstate Com Commerce Commerce
merce Comml Commission CommissionThe eloD eloDThe
The petition declares that the Mls 3Iissour MlsBourl
Bourl sour Pacific built Ort their own prop01ty prop01tylor
for the Bunch Company a warehouse warehouseat
at Little Rook and a warehouse e1eva e1evator elevator
tor and mill at Argnta and turned turnedth turnedthpm
th thpm m over for an annual rental rentalThe rentalThe
The petitioner declares that tare rail railroad railroad
road company pays the annual taxes taxesand taxesand
and alleges that It pays rebates on grain grainahpments grainah
ahpments ah pmenta when delayed The BrookRauch Brook BrookRauch
Rauch Company asserts this alleged allegodviolation allegedviolation
violation of the law has been continuing continuingsince continuingsince
since 1887 The complainants estimate estlmatethat estimatethat
that the total value ot the buildings buildingspraetJcalIy buildingspractically
practically presented to the T lL Bunch BunchCompany BunchCompany
Company le 8 10000 that the machinery
Is valued at 1IO000 and swear that a afair afair
fair yearly rental would 110 3o0J OOJ a ayer ayear
year yerIDAHO yearIDAHO
IDAHO ATTORNEY ATTORNEYOUSTED ATTORNEYOUSTED
OUSTED FROM JOB JOBAnnouncement I IAnnouncement
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Announcement was made at th the White Whitelouse VhlteHouse
House that United States District At Attnrney Attorney
tnrney Norman M Rulok of Idaho had hadhad hadhad
had been removed from office tDda tDdahaving today todayhaving
having allOO to present his ro resignation resignationwhen lgnaUon lgnaUonhen
when hen requested requestedIt
It United States Marsh l Ruel Rounds Roundsdoeff Roundsdoes
does not resign today It 18 announced announcedhe
he will be removed General unfitness unfttneaIs
Is given as the reason for the action inboth In Inboth
both cases which comes as a result of ofa ofalong
a along Jong fight made upon th them m Assiatar AssiatarAttorney Ji61 tar tarAttorney
Attorney General neral Cooley lain Idaho inconnection In Inconnection
connection with the matter matterMAN
MAN OF 79 ELOPES ELOPESWITH
WITH OLD LOVE LOVEMADISON
MADISON Wis Vis June 13Rud01ph 13Rud01phPloetz 13RudolphPloetz
Ploetz aged seventynine e ventnlne years fi 0wealthy
wealthy widower of the village ot otPrairie ofPrairie
Prairie du Sac eloped with MIls Ursula UrsulaHunges
Hunges aged eighty years his sweet sweetheart sweetheart
heart of childhood days daysUnknown daysUnknown
Unknown to his six sons vilo had hadbitterly hadbitterly
bitterly opposed his marriage the aged agedbridegroom
bridegroom and hi hia bride slipped into intoMadison
Madison yesterday and were married marriedI
by a Justice of the peace The system systmor
or espionage on the old man established 68tabUshedI
by the sons had failed to prevent hint hlncRrryJn hintcarrying
carrying out Pis de desire desireThe lre lreThe
The couple were sweethearts In youth youthand Outh Outhand
and had parted attar a petty tty quarrel quarrelMiss
Miss Hungcs had never married waiting waitinga
8 life time for her first love lovePOSTMASTERS
POSTMASTERS NAMED NAMEDthe
the following changes or fourth fourthclass fourthclasspostmasters Jaa JaalOEtrnaltel8
postmasters was announced teda today Ed Edwin
wi win n Gorden CentervJlIe Allegheny Alleghenycounty neghen
count county N Y vice ice O R Buttle re retgned resigned
signed Charles H Swift Kalurah St StLawr StLawrence
Lawrence Lawr e count county N Y vIce A H
CrOfl6mall resigned John L I Morgan
Glen AubreyBroome Aubrey Broome county N Y YJce Yvice
vice Jce Nathan athan Miley ruley resigned
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Because it has outlived its usefulness with withyou you is no reasonfor reason reasonI
for throwing it away awayUrbless I I IUnless
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ize how many daily demands there are for just such apparently apparentlyworthless apparentlyworthless
worthless articles articlesSo i iSo
So dont consign it t th the ash heap without a second secondthought secondthought
thought becauseOld because becauseOld
Old clothing can b be turned into cash you can s sell 1I your old oldCl oldclock
clock Cl ck some one ne wants your old furniture there i is a buyer for foryour or oryour
your old bicycle bicycleMake bicycleMake
Make a list today of the things you h have ve no more use for forand forand
and compare them with the wants in The Timesit will be beeasy beeasy
easy to toTURN toTURN
TURN IT INTO CASH CASHc
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FATAL FATALAUTOLARK FATALAUTOLARKIN AUTO LARK LARKIN
IN CENTRAL PARK PARKChauffeur PARKChauffeur
Chauffeur Expected to Die DieWhile DieWhile
While Six Passengers Are AreCut AreCut
Cut and Bruised BruisedNEW
N NEW W YORK June ItTwo Two women womenand womenand
and four m men in a taxicab driven by byVIIUm byWilliam
William Beek were caug caught t under their tbeirovertvrlted theiroverturned
overturned aDd wrecked vehicle early early10day earlytoday
today In the want drive ot Central Park Parkwhen Parkwhen
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and smashed It api against a tree SlIIk SlIIkwas Slakwas
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pitaI in n an ambulance and ad will die dieThe dieThe
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111 street the paaaengn seemed In a ahll a ahilarious
hll hilarious rloull mood and nd their laughter could couldbe couldbe
be heard blocks away SIIIk was mak makIng nlakiag
Ing speed Near EightJxth meet meetthe streetthe
the cab shot from the driveway drlyewayThe drivewayThe
The cries oC the women and men were wereheard wereheard
heard by a a policeman who Ufted out the theImprisoned theimprisoned
Imprisoned persons and then the un uncon unconscious
con conscious cJou8 Sink The women were great greatly
17 excltedaJmost httterteal
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