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VOL. MI. NO. 208.
ROCK ISLAND, LLl.., SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1903-TAVEL.TE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
VOTE OF ONE IV
CONDITIONS AT DUBUQUE
THE IU10ST SERIOUS YE
So the Servian Government Is
Characterized by Foreign
, Secretary Lansdowne.
Saved Curtis Jett from Having to
Stretch Homp as a Re
sult of His Trial.
WILL THE INVASION
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That of the Government Upon Virginia's Suit
IN DISREGARDING THE COURT'S ORDERS
As to the Launching of the Cruiser, Galveston
That Similar Case.
"Washington, 'June 20. The time of
the cabinet meeting was consumed in
largo part by the consideration of the
legal questions involved in the de
cision of the United States government
to disregard the decision cf the court
of Virginia and seize, the incomplete
gunboat Galveston at the Trigg ship
yards in Richmond. Attorney Gener
al Knox presented a carefully pre
pared opinion on the subject strong
ly affirming the right of the govern
ment to disregard the injunction grant
ed in the Virginia court, which for
bids the resumption of work on the
Galveston pending a settlement of the
claim of the sub-contractors, who have
nut been paid for material furnished.
Knox Reserve One Point.
In concluding his opinion the attor
ney general says: "One further point
remains to be considered. The let
ter of the secretary of the navy re
quests to le authorized to employ, if
necessary, the- military forces of the
government at his disposal for the ex
ecution of his orders in the premises.
I am loath to believe that occasion
for such exertion of the federal pow
ers will arise, being confident that any
claim to interfere with the national
rights under the Judicial authority of
the state of Virginia will be propmt
ly disposed f and denied by the chan
cery court. For this reason I shall
defer answering that question."
I. Uncle Sain to Give Bond ?
At another ioint in his opinion At
torney General Knox Fays: "The right
of a paity in ordinary litigation to a
release of property from attachment
upon giving a bond for Indemnity is
fundamental. It manifestly applies
with greater force and reason in a case
affecting the government as parens
patriae, than where the interests of
private litigations alone are involved."
Hat, Suppose lie Doesn't!
The cabinet, after considering this
opinion, unanimously decided that the
government's case was sound and that
the programme outlined by Moody
should be pursued. An effort will be
made, therefore, to launch the boat
next Monday if circumstances permit.
It is intimated that Information will
lc conveyed to the Virginia justice
who granted the Injunction in this
case that he has exceeded his proper
functions, and it is expected that he
will withdraw from what the attor
ney general and the president regards
ns an untenable position, thus avoiding
cny clash at Biehmond. ,'
ANOTUKK CASE IS EW JERSEY
Sheriff Seines a Kesrlj Completed Cruisel
for Dtbt Due Holler Men. .
By the president and the members
of the cabinet, the action taken in
the Galveston matter is regarded as of
th highest importance. The question
raised is new and almost unique.- Both
the president and his advisers gave
it the most careful consideration. While
the question was being discusesd by
the cabinet another case that looks
similar was being looked up in the
Klizabethport yards of the Crescent
Shipbuilding company. Secretary
Moody received a dispatch fiom LTiza
bethiort, X. J.. announcing the seizure
by the sheriff of the cruiser Chat
tanooga, now building at that yard.
A New York dispatch says: "The
cruiser, which is Hearing completion,
is In the possession of Sheriff. Coriell,
of Union county, X. J., who took
possession on a writ of seizure granted
by the supreme court of New .Te:sey
to the Babcock & Wilcox company,
makers of boilers. That company de
livered six boilers to the Chattanooga
at the contract price of $;n,00o." It
seems that there is a balance due
on the boilers that the contractors can
An Klizabethport dispatch says:
"Sheriff Coriell said thatjie had placed
a deputy In charge of the Chattanooga
and would keep him at the Crescent
yard unless he received orders from
pome higher authority to withdraw
him. The sheriff added that he l ad
simply performed his duty in seizing
the vessel in accordance with the writ
Issued by the supreme court commis
sioner, and that he knew nothing about
the merits of the case. He had not
heard anything from the navy depart
ment at Washington, but he felt he
would be fully protected in seizing the
Chattanooga by the highest courts in
PECULIAR RAIL MISHAP
OCCURS AT GALESBURG
Galesburg, 111., June 2o'. XV. II.
Roach, a clergyman, on his way from
California to Toronto, Can., while try
ing to catch his hat, which was blown
out a car window, fell after it and
was badly injured. The train was
running at the rate of 40 miles an
hour through the yards here, and his
body was rolled for rods among the
THE DETAILS AS TO
Where Gens. Young, Cor bin and
Carter Land in the
Washington, June 20. An order of
the secretary of war has been issued
as follows: "Pursuant to the provisions
of the act 'To Increase the Efficiency
of the Army,' approved Feb. 14, 100.5,
the president makes the following de
tails to complete the organization of
the general staff corps, to take effe?t
Aug. 15, 1!K;$: Major General Sam
uel It. M. Young, to be chief of staff.
To be members of the general staff:
Adjutant General Henry C. Corbin and
Brigadier General William II. Carter."
"Brigadier General Tasker II. Bliss
is detailed to be a member of the gen
eral staff corps to take the place of
General Carter when relieved." But
in the meantime Major General Sam
uel B. M. Voting is relieved from duty
as president of the army war college,
and Tasker takes his place. It was
stated by Secretary Hoot that upon the
retirement of General Young next
January Major General Adna It. Chaf
fee would become chief of stair".
LOOKS VERY LIKE
Sioux City Citizens Obtain Dollar
Gas and a Prospect tor the City
to Own the Works.
Sioux City, la., June 20. A sig
nificant step iu the direction of inenie
Ipal ownership in iowa has been taken
he:-e. Citizens ground together under
the caption of a Municipal League have
obtained dollar gis for Sioux City, pro
visional municipal -ownership, access
to the company's books by a municipal
accountant and the payment of 2 per
cent, of the gross receipts into the city
The gas conqwiny, controlled by the
United Gas Improvement company, of
Philadelphia, was forced to accede to
these conditions before securing a.
twenty-five-year extension of its fran
chise. The company gives an imme
diate reduction in the price of gas to
f 1.20, with a 5-cent annual reduction up
to 11KJ.S, when dollar gas will be fur
nished. The city is to have the right to pur
chase the plant at the end oi ten. fif
leen.twenty or tweiity-tive years of the
life of the franchise. The city already
owns its own waterworks, an experi
ment which Is regarded as very suc
cessful. Asked to Issue an Appeal.
Springfield. 111., June 20. Acting
Governor McKcnzio has received a
communication signed by a number of
residents of Shawnoetown asking that
the governor make an appeal for aid
for the East St. Louis flood sufferers.
Holmi Terrify the Residents.
Benton Harbor, Mich., June 20. The
citizens of the village of Bridgeman
areterrified by the presence of an army
of 300 hobos, who are all desperate
characters, and have sent to Sheriff
Collins for protection. Women are not
safe on the streets and there are 20)
or more of the tramps drunk all the
Shaw Speaks to Students.
Chicago, June 20. Leslie M. Shaw,
secretary of the treasury, delivered the
address at the seventh annual com
mencement of Armour Institute of
Technology in Armour chapel. There
were thirty-five graduates in the class.
Dr. Gunsiulus also addressed them,
reviewing the work of the Institute.
Archbishop Katzer Improving.
Fond du Lac, Wis., June 20. Arch
bishop Katzer, who for some time past
has been receiving medical treatment
at a hospital here, is now said to be
on the road to recovery. The arch
bishop's physician says it will be but
a short time before the prelate will be
able to attend to official duties.
HO RECOGNITION FROM JOHN BULL
Until a Government with No Blood on
Its Hands Is Duly Installed
by the Serbs.
London, June 20. In the house of
lords Foreign Minister Lansdowne an
nounced that the British minister to
Servia had been instructed to with
draw from Belgrade for some time, on
the arrival there of King Peter, and
In the meanwhile to do nothing which
could be construed as a recognition of
the new government. Lord Lansdowne
expressed Indignation at the crimes at
Belgrade and said he thought it was
not desirable that Sir George I'on
ham, the British minister, should be
in that city when the new regime was
inaugurated. The foreign minister
added that no proposal had tteen re
ceived for concerted action towards
Servia by the powtTs, but the British
government had no intention of main
taining ordinary relations with the per
sons concerned in the massacres.
Europe Is Generally Agreed.
The government yielded to none in
the abhorrence of events which had
lately disgraced the capital of Servia,
and that abhorrence had not been di
minished by later intelligence which
had reached the foreign ollice It would
be no exaggeration to say that it
would be hard to find a parallel for
the outrages even In the annals of
states which made no pretense to be
included among the civilized communi
ties. The government had ascertained
that France, Germany and Italy were
maintaining an attitude towards Servia
similar to that of Groat Britain, while
Itussia and Austria were prepared to
recognize the new regime, although
Itussia appeared to have claimed that
proper punishment should be inflicted.
Government Blmt Have Clean Hands.
He had telegraphed to the British
minirter at Belgrade June 15 not to
recognize the provisional government,
whoso freedom from complicity in the
acts of "that frightful night" had not
been established, nor do anything
necessitating Great Britain "m-ogniz-ing
the authority who may be upset in
the succession to the late dynasty."
The British minister would, therefore
be absent fiom Belgrade when the
new reign was Inaugurated.
KEMAIIKS I1Y M. MALTXVICS
Some One Had to Take Office or Things
M'ouM Have Collapsed.
Belgrade. June 20. The Servian
foreign minister, M. Kalievics. talked
to the Associated Press correspondent
with the utmost frankness. The min
ister explained the necessity of some
one taking office in order to Insure the
continuance of the federal administra
tion after the violent coup d'etat of
June 11. He was called to office, he
said, practically by force, but he was
happy and willing to do his utmost for
his country in her present distressed
condition. lie commented on the
tranquility which prevailed throughout
the country, and even admitted that
he was surprised that there had not
been a single attempt at reprisals from
It had not been necessary to change
a single provincial officer, though all
were nominees of the late regime. He
declared that the mutilated version cf
the Austrian emperor's telegram cir
culated in Belgrade, in which the hit
ter's terms of reprehension were
slurred over was not the work of of
ficials, but simply a newspaper trans
lation, the harsh sections of the tele
gram being suppressed on the editor's
Regarding the official version of the
tragedy in the royal palace the minis
ter said the government was too busy
now to draw up such a document; bo
sides, only the officers who participated
in it could give the details. He did
not expect a complete revision of the
constitution after the arrival of King
Peter. Such changes as already had
leen made were merely with a view to
its easier working. M. Kalievics, in
conclusion, expressed his confidence
that the new regime would restore
stability and .peace to Servia.
Legislature Is Done for Good.
Lansing. Mich.. June 20. The Mich
igan legislature has adjourned with
tut date. Seventeen of Its bills failed
to receive the governor's signature nno
are dead. The last bill signed by Gov
ernor Blis's increases the membership
of the supreme court from five to eight
. Message From Governor Tales.
Springfield, 111., June 20. The first
message received from Governor
Yates since he sailed for F.urope has
come to the executive, office. It was
a cablegram from Liverpool. It gave
directions as to the forwardiug of mail
and inquired as to conditions at home.
Death of s World Kilitor,
New York, June 20. William C. Van
Benthu3-sen, of the editorial staff of
The World, is dead. He was about 47
years of age, and leaves a wife, three
pons and two daughters. He had-been
lu 111 health for about two years.
Great American Event
Is Witnessed BY
LIST OF STARTERS
Horses in Entry
and the Favor
ites. Chicago. June SO. The ll ket wins der
by. Claude was second, Iternays third.
Time 2:33. which breaks record.
Chicago, .June 0. The American
derby, worth tf'JS.ituO to the winner,
was run under cloudy skies and a
chilling northwest breeze this after
noon. Notwithstanding the unfavor
able conditions the '.Yashiugton park
ollieials count on 70.000 people iu at
tendance. Twenty-three horses are named in
the entry list, but some of them will
be scratched. The stariers will not
be definitely known until minutes
before the race. The course may be
rated fast and fast time is looked for.
A fast track is regarded as slightly
favorable to Salvage, although the
two second choices, Claude and Judge
Ilimes ,wi!l not find it against them.
The following are apparently sure
starters: Savablc. 2' t" -J Judge
Ilimes, Claude. T to 1; Bernay's The
Picket, 10 to 1; Lindquist. Gregor I.
Fore-and-Af t, 15 to 1; Flora rli ne. Mon
sieur Bcaueair and An Keoir, L'O to 1;
Bad News. Kael, 50 to 1; Sin
ner Simon, Bonnie Burr. 75 In 1; .Me-
Cowan. Maxev I'.lmncnthal. KM) to 1.
The doubtful starters arc Dick
Vclles. 15 to 1: Ear ly, (odd Hell, .Col
onnade, HO to 1; (iilfain, 50 to 1.
Nineteen lioisrs tai:,cd in the der
by. Faii.x. Colonnade1. Dick Welles
and Gregor K scratched.
WAS CLOSE SECOND
TO THE RELIANCE
Where Constitution Came in at the
Trial Yacht ltace
New York. June "0. In a race over
a triangular course of 11:;', miles.
twice around,, the Kelianee today de
feated the Constitution by 4 minutes
and seconds, and the Columbia by
7 minutes and 'M seconds.
New Yoik. June 20. If the Consti
tution did not defeat the Kelianee on
time allowance in a twcnty-tlve-mile
race over the course of the Indian
Harbor Yacht club iu Long Island
sound she gavr the admirers of the
new boat a bad scare. In more than
four hours of sailing the Beliance out
sailed the Constitution by only one
minute and fifty seconds, elapsed time.
It is estimated that the new loat will
have to allow the Constitution two to
three minutes in a thirty-mile race,
which if true would give the race to
the older boat, and might give her one
of the eailier races as well, when the
Kelianee beat her by hvo minutes and
The Columbia was against outclassed
from the start. Her gain of about
two minutes on the second leg of the
race w:s time wasted by the other
boats in a luffing match. Th? Consti
tution's fast sailing yesterday was all
the more remarkable and makes her
all the more formidable from the fact
that the race was sailed iu light winds
and smooth water under which con
ditions the Kelianee has often beaten
her. The distance was twenty-five
IS TO BE FOLLOWED
liy the United States In Itecognl.ing
New Servian Govern
ment. Washington, June 2t. The United
States has adopted an attitude similar
to that of England toward the new
Servian dynasty. Minister Jackson
will not present his credentials to the
government of King Peter at present.
NOTED ENGLISH CHURCH
OFFICIAL DEAD AT LONDON
" London, June 20. Yerv Bev. Her
bert Yaughan, cardnnal and archbish
op of Westminster, died at midnight.
He had beeu ill more than three
OTHEE ELEVEN MEN SAID "GUILTY"
Case Goes to the Center of Kentucky
Cultivation, the Blue Grass
Jackson, Ky., June 20. But for cne
Juror Curtis Jelt would have been con
victed of the murder of Marcum, and
a majority of the jury favored the
conviction of ThomasWhite also. Both
are almost 100 miles from home in
jail at Lexington, and their. next trial
will be at Cynthiana, over K'O miles
from Jackson, away from the moun
tains and In the Blue Grass region, un
der very differentconditions from those
existing In Breathitt county. Cyn
thiana Is four times as large as Jack
son, and it is not likely newspaper
men and other visitors will camp out
at the next hearing. Harrison coun
ty, in which the prisoners are to have
their next trial, is noted for its
chivalry and culture.
Old llomeof John Morgan.
It is the old home of General John
Morgan, who recruited theie his cele
brated raiders during the civil war.
The interest in the change of venue
was second only to the verdict. When
Judge Kedwine refused to hear argu
ments on the change or the location it
was stated by many in the court house
that the presiding judge had heard
from Governor Beckham, who is gener
ally believed to have had something
to do with the change of venue to
Harrison county, which is in the Eight
eenth judicial district of Kentucky,
where J. J. Osbourne is the circuit
judge, L. P. Fryer is the common
weath's attorney, and the sheriff and
other court oflicers are also favorably
All for the Ilest, It It Thought Now.
With such general confidence in the
surioundings of the next trial there
is a general belief here that "every
thing is for the best after all." If
the verdict had boon one of conviction
the residents here feel that violence
would have followed, and that it would
have extended to others than wit
nesses, jurors and those who had.
taken part in the prosecution. It is
thought now that aft' r the trials of
Jett and White in Harrison county
tin cases of other assassins who are
known lure, and who have never b en
arrested, will be taken up with some
assurances of justice on a change of
venue. Among the cases cited Is that
of the late Ir. Cox. whose friends re
fused to secure witnesses for any Jury
in Breathitt county that was selected
under the present regime.
One More Trial Will Do for Jett.
The next case on the docket was
that of Curtis Jett for killing the tow n
marshal, James Cockiell, but it will
be postponed until after the trials at
Cynthiana. and many believe now that
there will be no need of trying Jett
on more than one of the cases stand
ing against him.
Fends Have Their Origin In Fotitiea.
It is stated here that all the feud
troubles that have a filleted the county
originated in contests for local olliees,
and afterwords extended into profes
sional, business and social affairs.
There is a feeling of relief here so far
as old scores are concerned, but there
is still a reign of terror because it is
lelieved that others have been
Cold and tYet Weather Two Factors In the
ltuiineai Situation Still There
Is Nothing to Discourage.
New York. June ::o. K. G. Dun &
Co.'s Weekly Keview of Trade says:
Unseasonably low. temperatures, to
gether with excessive precipitation at
many points, have retarded the dis
tribution of merchandise. Taking the
country as a whole, however, the net
result has been satisfactory, better
crop prospects accelerating forward
business and enlarging order lists of
manufacturers. Kailway earnings thus
far reported for Juno exceed last year's
by per cent, and those of 1901 by
14. S per cent.
Conditions in the iron and steel in
dustry are sufficiently confusing to pre
sent any definite tendency, although
factors calculated to produce weakness
apHar to predondernte. Throe depress
itigfactorshaveexisted: Thehibor situa
tion, condition of crops and the de
cline of stocks, although all have im
proved and may soon cease to exercise
any baleful effect.
Failures this week were 213 in the
United States, against 194 last year
and 'JI in Canada, compared with 19 a
Fire at Omaha.
Omaha. Neb., June 20. Fire in the
five-story building of the Avery Manu
facturing company, manufacturers and
jobbers of agricultural implements, did
damage estimated at upward of $70,
000. Preparations Were Fatal.
Council Bluffs, la.. June 20. Karl
May, a prominent young banker of
this city, was preparing for a hunt
ing trip when his gun was discharged,
the bullet passing through his heart.
Four Additional Militia
AN APPEAL FROM
Who Fear Riotous Demonstrations Tonight
Counter Propositions Rejected.
Des Moines, June 20. Gov. Cum
mins, upon receipt of advices that a
crisis is approaching in the street
railway strike at Dubuque, issued or
ders this morning to mobilize three
additional companies of militia at that
The governor's action is based upon
messages from the mayor, sheriff and
leading citizens of Dubuque express
ing grave fear that tonight would
witness an outbreak on the part of
the strikers and sympathizers that
might culminate in setting fire to
places of business.
The situation is reported extreme
ly critical. The goverror telegraph
ed the Dubuque authoiiies that the
troops are not for the purpose of as
sisting the fight against the strikers
in any other way than to preserve the
Dubuque. Iowa. June Xlfi. The strik
ing conductors and motormen have
declined the Union Electric company's
proposition of settlement and sub
mitted a counter projwit imi calling
for a board f arbitration to hear a-peals-
from the general manager's de
cisions legarding the discharge of
men, etc. The company rejected this,
but further negotiations are expect
ed.. AURORA FII?E WAS FATAL
One Man Killed and Five Others Injured
During the lilazo Uut.ines
Aurora, III., June 20. In a lire which
destroyed the Sencenbaugh business
block one person was killed and live
were injured. The lire did damage es
timated at -12.".0(M). The dead man Is
Clyde Allen: fell down an elevator
shaft in building adjoining Sencen-
b:uigh blotk. The injured: Ander-
6on. clerk, severely burned; Mrs. John
Bell, forewoman in store, back and
shoulders burned: Thiodore Miller,
pipeman of engine company" back hurt
and head cut by falling steel column;
Frank Wooison. pipeman or engine
oompanj-, hand cut by falling glas.-;
unknown clerk, head cut.
The tire started in the vault whore
the furs are kept, iu the extreme rear
of the first floor of the Sencenbaugh
store. In an instant the entire rear
of the store was a mass of flames. Tho
women clerks ran panic-sf rleken into
the street. Klva Murphy, a clerk in tho
jewelry department, secured the hex
containing the watches and diamonds,
and firemen had to carry her into the
HIS WIFE WAS LOVELY
nut Sho Has Been Arrested for rolsonlnz
II I m After Three Weeks of
Wedded Life. '
Knoxvllle, Tenn., June 20. James
Lovely, a young man of Lafayette,
Tenn., died a few days ago, and a
post-mortem examination was ordered
by the coroner. The physicians re
ported and the jury rendered a verdict
that Lovely had died of poisoning.
Mrs. Lovely was arrest oil. The case
will be taken up by the. Campbell
county grand Jury now In session.
Lovely had beeu married but threw
RECEIVER IS ASKED FOR
CAST IRON PIPE CONCERN
Trenton, X. J , June -0. Andrew II.
McNeal today applied to a court in
chancery for the appointment of a
receiver for the United States Cast
Iron Pipe. fc Foundry company. Mc
Neal charges extravagant mismanage
ment in the operation of the company.
REPORT OF HEAVY LOSS
ON PART OF THE MOORS
Madrid, June 20. According to a
dispatch from Tangier, Klhenetshi,
the Moorish war minister has lost G.-000-men
in a battle fought with the
rebels at Amnedinna.
BEES HAVE ALSO BEGUN
INVASION OF DAVENPORT
Catching bees on the street is; get
ting to be the commonest experience
imaginable. A swarm of the insects
took posession of the Second and
Brady street corner in Davenport
Thursday and remained there until
someone who understood the business
Companies Ordered Out
came along and put them into a box.
There must be some good reason
for the bees' preference for urban life
as manifested of late. Two suggest
themselves. It may be that the honey
gatherers are simply tired of country
life, as so many others become, and
are therefore beginning a movement
to locate where things are doing.
Then it may be that they are tired of
so much white clover and are looking
for a change of diet. A trip into the
country will convince one that there)
may be something in the latter.
F1FER TO COME OUT
Said to be in Training to Fill Again
the Seat Occupied
Bloomington, III., une 20. It is de
cks red that Joseph W. Fifer will be a
candidate for the Iiepuhlk-an nomina
tion for governor, and that the form il
announcement will le made in a few
days. He is held to be an ideal "har
mony" candidate, against whom thero
is neither a bad record, machine con
nections, nor corporation influence.
Among the supporters of the former
governor are listed Senator Cullom,
who has long been his stanch friend;
Secretary of State Kose, State Au
ditor McCulIongh, Superintendent of
Instruction Bayliss. and "Doc" Jamie
son. His personal following is said to
A dispatch from Washington, where
Fifer now is, says: ''Joseph W. Fifer,
whose friends, it is reported, are
nlnjut to announce his candidacy for
governor of Illinois, was asked re
garding the rumor. He declined to dis
cuss the matter in any way, but said
he might have something to say about
RECEIVES NEW WAGONS
TO TRANSPORT THE MAILS
L. F. Cralle, who has the contract
for hauling the mails between the
Kock island postollice and the depots,
beginning July 1. has just received
three new wagons which eclipse, any
thing of the kind "now in xise in the
tri-eities. Two are single and the oth
er will require a team to haul it: All
are along the same general line in
construction and equipment. The bod
ies are in white and blue, the letter
ing gold on white, while the running
gear is red. They are of the regula
tion pattern, with top and screened
LINEMAN FALLS FROM POLE
AND LOSES HIS LIFE
Lawrence B. Cornwall, a lineman
working for the People's Light com
pany in Davenport, fell from a pole
this morning at Scott and Second
streets and was instantly killed. It
is not known whether he touched a
live wire or what happened to him.
He was a resident f Davenport, was
married, and Jived on Brown street.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL HEAD
DENIES REPORTS OF MERGER
Detroit, June 20. President. Ledianl.
of the Michigan Central railroad, de
nies that he will retire Aug. 1 and
that the roe .1 will be come part of the
consolidated Yanderbilt lines west of
EXPLOSION WRECKS PLANT:
CAUSES LOSS OF LIFE
Cincinnati, June 20. A building of
the Central Manufacturing company
was wrecked today by an explosion.
Fred Pape, owner, was killed, and his
partner, Joseph Kitchkowski, fatally
injured. Several girl employes were
TURKEY IS HEARD FROM:
SULTAN STILL IN ROOST
Constantinople, June 20. The re
ports sent abroad recently in regard
to the sultan are absolutely without
foundation. Everything is quiet here.
DYNAMITE, SIX KILLED
Newark, Ohio, June 20. A telegram
from Scnecaville says during a thun
derstorm this afternoon lightning
struck the dynamite magazine there,
killing six persona and injuring 20.