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** \* V??^ fCoprncht. 1807. by The Trlbune Asaoc^t.'-n-T To-dar. p-irtlT < loudv. lo-inorrou. falr: ^onllnvf-: ulnd?. XEW-YORK. SUXDAY. JULY 21, 1007.-5 PARTS-FIFTY-SIX PAGES. PRICE FIYE CENTS. XOFRISTS IX TROUBLE. JUST CARS MISSING. fwenty Machines Lost Between pUtsburg and Bedford Springs. BiV.- - nlntb day's I rJsta from Prttsburg to thls ? , layed bavoc wlth / -np nvpr the | itaina \v;us the most tedious the I ? ; i to contend wlth so far. I -two of the nfty-two car? ? rnorning bave r? ; the othetl arf no one knows. ex ? y arf- sti-.iprphr.s along in the moun t - to-ila\ Plttsburg waa the Rreit?-st ? i )s a rcsu'it the perfect scot-? whicta j- tata oed by that dty aince the beptn ? ? Ihe tour haa beea broken. Buffaio now i a prftip of &si -1-5, whlle Plttsburg it W7V4 Cron the aununlt of the Blue Ridse ?' Iford Bpringa la atrewn wlth auto r -? ? f both the Gllddea and Hower l <? A aumber of the cara are broken t gi '.-? r ? . i othera are b<:ng towed In bs i The mo . v.rp too oiuch fbr I ifter the atrenuoua run >>i yeaterday into I ?>? - :.- ? tour aa It neared thls ! car of P. P. Jonea. of Plttaburg, wlth ; ruck a '???? P i"ut. and a aon of Mr. ?, Btrlklns on bla bead. A Buick i " "??? ,r';-'? K" k- whew ine UcaJ atteatfon waa alven to the young naan. H. | b< rioiudy ~ _t: lat>'- Mr ? .- an attempt to arrlve bere on tlrae. I?4 to do by 1 hnur and "2 minutea. ? waa penallxed '?? polnta, tbua j t ; ?cor? of the Plttaburg club. ; its ?111 ? at, and ? ? ly Mon I run to Baltimore wlll be at '1 manager of the Amerlcan Manufacturera' Aasoclatlon, upon his r v, after eoverlng I ln oompeting cars, aald that th* Aaaociatloti tour for the I in pi igreea, waa the aevereat , rlcazi tourlng cars had ever been , ..-':-. ihc tour from a scenic ar.d . ? - wlth the one year, Mr. Beevea declarea T . _ do l iore for the pastlme ; Ing throuph a thickly popu ; ? persona Interaeted ln i. to I ny motor lf ?v.-r, I am i n ? ' ed N'f-iv York, I - \ IndianapoUa and Plttaburg, 1" t to whicb regulatlon tourlng oars I ??? ' aaid Mr. Reevea. "This ; hedule requlred and the - the touriata have to traveL j | it Ohlo and Mlchlgan ( -:?.-?' th< lr blghwaya. - ? lab a fast enough F(-hf>'1':1<> I ;ara are raoelvlng the Ar.y macblne ln the- oonteat of le.=s l'o almoat :it Ita ; ? ? m ? the BChedttle and have , ? thse to !:x (Jrea or make any minor :? tna have reautted ln an abnormal t^?t r.j - and nn exhausiive endurance tria! | Irlrera as arell rf for the occupante of th? *?. V..--n it didn't rain. 5<?nt hla hot I ? touriata. nvwt of whoni discard- ' ?; ordi.r to make hetter tlme on I e ? judsment. fnture <-ontest? of tlie Bort ja- arftlr ;- patoa claaalflcatlon. ln ? ?_ or l^ss ahoidd b* re r I rur; thoae aelling | ' be aaked to mtike w>vfn ihinea ee'lini? for f ? ?? aaased for nlneteen mlle* -ai?p. lr, t!-.!s oonnectlon. the work of are, Uke tr:e Reo and Maxwell, baa ' v ? >.. r on the trip, they bawtng . ? ln order to make the ? howa that motora ar<> nlmost ; a vcry few epark pIurh put b r motor troublea of any ? lee bave be^-n ln run : ularly in the mafter of sprlnjf?. at thlrtjr of the cafs ?s. and ring trouble." LAMANA GETS LETTEK. Jllach Hand Thrcaicns Fathcr of Dead Boy, Trial Judge and Officer*. ' be TrtbUM.] Joly 20.?V' rdered wlth black j r?Hsbones, a eec ber waia delivered through ? r Lamana. father of waa kldnapped and murdered. r threateaa death to Peter Lamana, : TOO, chairman of the Inalian Jwlgf* Prentlss E. Edrlng ] at the Hahnvllle trial, and jhomas Cappo, tvho ran down The r<am?na famlly is terrorstrifkeo, Mr?. L ? ieves it unsafe fur them lon^er to t* ? .-.i in 2\"ew Orleans. rflle, La, July 20.?A dozen milltlamen faeed i taob <>f ot.e hundr^d would-be lyncher3 r!y to-day, and, wlthout flrlng a ahot, ?ent them peaoeably back to New Orleans. mtrol ovar the mob waa sralned at a mo ment wheo an unequal fit?ht threatened, by a lemark drawfced in eoft Bouthern accent by a ml!i? arr.?.r., who aaked: "Any of you fellows fot a cigarette?" A laugh breaced ovcr the crowd, and wlth thls ?teak \n the teneton. an uply eltuatlon cleared ?P. the would-be lynchera retracinK thelr steps. The poasa had aniv?;d at Hahnvllle on a relght tra'n. Rumors that a mob was camlng nad OOeaakmed the placlng of extra aentrlea by the m!!!?!a HAJtGIS CASE DROPPED. Practicalh/ Means No Furthcr BrcatJtitt Feud Prosecutions. ?andy Hook, Ky., July 20.?Judpe Moody ln etructed the Jury thls mornlng in the caae of Jameg Hargls, on trial for compllclty ln the as **aa!nation of T,r. V. Cox, to acquit the prla >ner. ili'.s ls the la*t caso aeainst Hargia for ?"?aed compllclty ln the Breathltt County Jrtmtli' ar.d he walkod from the courtroom a "ee mar.. The Judgo's Ig^tructlona followed the *'ithdrav.u ,,f Messrs. Byrd and Jouett for the Prosecution from the otse, the lawyers Btatlng taat the state wa? unanle to prr>dune lts wit n?sser. ^?e efTect of the dipmlssal ls practlcally to ? further prosecution of the Breathltt feud r^?eK. LARGE8T WOLFHOUND DROPS DEAD. ?r^at Nfeck- ^'-K Island. July 19 (Speclal).? aeeompaaytaa; the manager of the Grace ***?*? Vj the Iiosiyn depot yeeterday Kaiser, *ald to be tl.e lurgeat Ituasian wolfiiound In M world. Iropped d<:ad by tho roadeide. Kaiser 2? lt* 'jr?f'er'-y of former Mayor Grace, and rau b*en ln the famlly more than flfteen year?J. The dog had won nmny blue rlbbone at varloua thowe. The hound v.hs three feet hlgh and eeven feet irom nose to tlp of taii. Vnfurpaaeed Day Llne OuUnga froro Desb. Bt., 8:40, IUOT IX SAX FRANCISCO. FourMen ReportedShot and United Railway Barns Burning. Pan Frandaco, July 20.?A rlot ls reported t.> be ln progreaa at the United Railroads car barna at l/jth and Mission streets>. Four men are re? ported to have been shot. The barn is Baid to be on fire and the Fire Department has gone to the seene. All the police reservea have been ealled out. STRIKE T1ES IP MINES. Fiftrcn Thousand Men Go Out in Upper Supetior Region. Dulutb, Mtnn., July 20.?Nearly flfteen thou? sand men employed by the United Siatos Steel [ Corporatlon and lndependent mine owners on j tho Vermlllion and the Mesaba rangea went on strlke to-day, paralyatng the entlre Iron ore In duatry of the upper I.akr- Superior region. (ARS CRASII IX STOUM. Xinc Persons Hurt in Collision on Palisade Line in Jersey. A rear end colliaion between two cara of the Pallaade iinr of the Public Service Corporatlon oc curred at Cllffslde. N. J.. during the atorm last nlght and caused the Injury <>f a number of peraona. 1 ira were I.id froni Fdrl Lee t.. the v7>eN hawken ferry. and were runnlng on a headway of flfteen minutes. A llghtning fuaee of car No. 1828 to ow out. and atalled ir In darkness. It ls aald tl at tl er< w: a - o red Ught nt the rear end of v* , tr. aa I 1 een. ' IVhile the car was atalled tl e car ''< Ilowi: (?, N'n 1823, carae dashing along and crashed I first car waa badly wre< kcd. lAir the one f< waa not damaged. In the flret car the passengers were thrown m the floor vlolently and a number were hurt. The moat aeverely Injured Ai.i.r.N, I.mIu. twclve jreara ?ld. Unloi bruiw ] BEBNDT, Mra M. Weat Hobokan, enntuctoni nj the ne--U. MeAI.LIfiTER. Jamea \v . Jersey Ctty knee ipralneJ P'-HFHFrn. .T . Weat Hnhokfn. back bruls< i BCHERER, Mm. J., ?ame addrwaa, hcad eut BCHERER, Mi.?s. aama addio?*, hcad, lip ai ' noaa ladly lacerated RORG. Edward. W>?t Near Tork. ]cft k; * BCHEMP, .1 . (507 W?at 4-1:1! ftr?t, N?w Y >rk Clty. t>ack badly brulsed. Jamea Donelaon, of 'W'ept Hoboken, motorman of car No. 1828. recelved a sprnin'-d ankif e'i;f-r peraona were leaa aeverely The motorman of car No. 1823 n u J tnea Mc V.. of Weat Hoboken, and thr- conductor waa WIlMam Catn, of the ?r-i^i<- eity. Th< conductor of ear No. !k2? waa Frederlck Flov. of Weat M MR. SC1IWAB OPTIMISTIC. Says Prosperity WUl Continue Many Vears?No Corey Resignation. 'By T*>Fvaph tf> The Trlbiir.e.] Johnatown. Penn., July 20.?Charlea M. Schwab, on a visit to this clty to-day. reit erated hls prediction xhm th<* preeent prosj>erlty of the conntry wlll oontlnne for many yeara to rome. Optlmtstic over the oatlook, Mr. Schwab aaya that there is not the sllghtest Indicatlon ><t any aturm on the sea of Induatry. Speaking of the rumor that W. I". Corey wlll Fhortly be asked to resiKf. the presldency of the 1'nited Statej Ftc'-'. Corporatlon, Mr. Bchwab lntimated that nothing of this nature would de velop until the meetlng of tho board of dlrec t^irs. and that thip ??? -rtainly COUld not toke place until the return of Judge Gary nmi H. ?'. Frlck from Kur<?:?.-. Mr. Bchwab predJcted that the pre-emlnence of Fittsburg as the Bteel centre of the world wlll continue for many generatlona. HARRIMAN MAX SUICIDE. Body Found Near Home at South fuid, x. y. [By T?ara; h to 1 b? Tribone.! Tuxedo Fitrlf; N. V., Juiy 20. The body of John W. Kle.ster, postmaster and agenl of K. H. Harrhiian's atore at Bouthfleld, N. Y., waa found il.l.t afternoon In i:i" buahea about three hundred yarda from Klester's home. ii Bhot himeelf, and the t"'<iy had lain In the - slnce IjIs mysterloua disappearan the nipht of Junt- 27. The body v\a.s in un ad vanced .^t:u,'o of decay, and the only meana of tdentiflcatlun were a ring and a watch chalo, Charlea Kenb-r, wiiile picking berrlea, diacov ered tho body, which waa found face downward, wlth a revolver ln the right band nnd ti bullet liole Jn the temple. Slnce ilie dlaappearance "f Kleater on June L'T, Ht-arching pprtieK have been out almoat daily ln the nearby wooda, and lakea have been thor oughly dragged. It was tbought li? had l<-ft this part of the atate. There waa a reward of jioo for Informatlon leadlng to tii<; man'a dls ctovery. Ehcpert accoontanta had gone over hla books, which were found to be correot. It ls be lieved that Kleater commltted auli Ide while tem poraxily Inaane. MAY BE TOBACCO STRIKE. Inttrntdiunal Worlccrs Consider lfralk-Out in All Trust Factories. Loulsville, July 20. -The executive cominittee of tho [nteraaittonal TObaeoo Workera fledded to-day to leave to a vote of the union the queetlon whether or not there ahall be a gcnernl attiko in all the factorlea of the Amerlcan Tobacco Company. com monly known aa the Tobacco Truat. There are between 55,000 and Co.000 membera of the ui.lon ln the United Statea and Canada The committee hag been ln aeaalon here all week conslderlng the questlon of calllng a atriko. and haa alao been paaalng on tli? caaea of tobacco factorlea accuaed of belng aurreptltlously ln league wlth the Amerlcan Tobacco Company but ualng the union lahel. The committee dedded to tako the unlon labcl froni sotne aeventy of thcs.) fac? torlea. , - GREAT PIER AT CALLAO SINK8. Llma, Peru. July 20.?The great pler at Callao Burik thla afternoon, and, lt ls feared, wlll be a total losa. In 1905 the government arranged wlth a number of capltallsts for the formatlon of a company wlth a capital atock of $2,5u0.000 for the purpose of con atructlng thiB pler and organlzing a Kteamboat service for the coastinR traiie and the trade with Panama. GIBBE3 WILL CONTEST MAY BE SETTLED. tBy TeleRraph to The Trlbume.J Newport. R. L, July 20? Tho..gh nothing defl nite can be learned from thoae lnterested, lt ls belleved from Intlmatlona made to-day that the contest over the wlll of Miss Emlly O. Gibhes. who left the major portlon of her estate to Bar nard College, of Sew York, will be settled out of court. m NEGROES LYNCH A NEGRO. Ollve Branch, Mlsa.. July 20.?Andrew Trlce, a negro, accused of the murder of hla mlstress wlth an axe, waa lynched here early to-day bv thirty members of hls own raee. The negroea took Trlce from offlcers who had arrested hlm, j then killed liim and threw hia body lnto the i BRYAX FLEES ISSUE. TALKS OX RAILROADS. Trying to Gct Jtid of Government ()w n er.ship In cu bus. Lincoln, Neb., July 20.?Wllllam Jennings Bryan to-day issued the followlng statement: "Government ownershlp is not an immedlate issue. A large majority of the people still hope for effective regulatlon. Whlle they so hope, | they will not eonslder government ownershlp. j Whlle many Democrata believe, and Mr. Bryan la one of them, that public dwnerahip of ratl road8 is the ultimate solutlon of the problem, still those who believe that the public wlll finally in self-defence be diiven to ownershlp recog nize that regulatlon must be tried under the most favorable clrcumstances before the massea will be ready to try a more radical remedy. "Regulatlon cannot be sufnciently tried within the next year. There is no desire anywbere to make government ownershlp an issue ln 1908. Mr. Bryan fully agreea wlth those who believe that it would be unwi.se to turn attentlon from regulation, on which the people are ready to act, t<> government ownershlp, on which the people are uot ready to act. To inject the government ownershlp question into tho next campaign would simply give representatlves of the rail roada a chance to dodge the Issuea of regulation and deceive the public. "So far, the railroads have been successful in preventing effective federal regulation, and Btate regulation, aa a rule, haa been reatrained by the i'i: ted States courts. It Is aboul twenty yeara sinre the Interstate Cbmmerce Commission was created. It required about ten yeara for the oourta to find out that the powera conferred were insuffh lent, and then it took about ten yeara to procure an amendment. The railroada fought the amendment at every step, and the Preaident wa8 finally forced to compromise witb the rail? roads' K- publii ans ln the Senate in order to procure thelr aupport. "Even tli.it amendment, obtained wflh tre ? ua effort, falla short of what it should be. lr aima to atop passes and rebatee. The rali profit pecuniarily by botb the atoppage of s and the prohibition of passea, bul ex tortlonate rates atill exist. State legialatlon for ? luction of rates baa resulted In an agi ? ? p rl of the railroada for legislation which wlll deprive the atate of authorlty, and lize all rate legislation ln Congreas. "The Dem icratic party must meel the Issuea presented; it must resiat the encroachmenta "ti the authorlty of the atates. 11 muat Inaist on the ? sen Ise of federal power f.>r the regulation of interstate commerce, and lt must Insist upon the exerclse of atate authorlty for the exerclae of all of the power vested In the state. Thla question has grown in Importance during the last year, and its promlnence wlll b?* ln ? if any attempt ia made to impalr Btate authorlty. Impotent to regulate the railroada as it ia to e: the truata and to reform the tarlff. "The Democratlc party has ln thr->o national rampaigna d< manded effective rallroad regula? tlon, whlle the Republican national platforma have been allont "n the aubject. The Pn has partly adopted the Democratlc vlew on thls BUbJect, bul ? I far tho Republican leaders have reaolutely opposed lt. The Preaident la heirin* to educate the people up to the need of rallroad regulatlon, but his party, under Ita praaanl lead ership, is powerleaa to accompllab thls or a~:v other Importanl reform. if th<- Democratlc party -wlll . leariy an 1 unequivi eally demand, first. the aacertaining of the valua ,is. aeeond, th? a of overcapltal Izatlon, and, thlrd, the reductlon of rat^s to a where they wlll yi.-M '>niy a reaaonable return on the real valua "f the roada, it wlll commend itaelf not only ti> Democrata, but to thoae Republlcana who have been led to atudy the rallroad question. The rallroad attuatlon ?s a vita! issue, and the l?isiie ahould be so stated that every one can understand the party'a posltion." P1UEADELPI1IA MYSTEHV. Man Killed by Blmc Thoughi to Have Murdered Many. [By Tclegrapb tfl Th? Trlbune 1 Philadelphta, July 20.-?At th<- coroner'a In <inest to-day Into the death of Frank Lewia, who wae killed by a blow from the flat of Robert J. Walker, a n< Ighbor, on Juiy 15, It developed that Walker had atruck the man ln self-defi ? e, and be waa released under balL A auspiclon that Lewia may have been aomething of a "Blue beard" came out during the tnkii g of teatlmony. It waa shown thal he had a bad reputatlon In the neighborhood, and Anna McDerby, a next door neighbor, aald that he had bad seven suc cesslve houaekeepers, all of whom bad dis appeared mysterloualy. She aald she knew of one man?a aallor?whom Lewia had taken into hla house, and who had never been aeen again. The Investlgation was postponed whlle the coroner, ofllciala and police began a search of Lewla's premlaes, Excavatlona were made ln the yard of the house late to-nlght, and a number < t bonea were unearthed. Whefher they are the bonea of human belnga ls not jret determined. PITTSBURG BROKERS ARRESTED. Charged with Fraud in Connection with Mining Stock Transaction. I By Tv>K:'ai?l> to Tha TrttHUM.! Plttaburg, July 20.?Frederbk Volquarta an<l W. P. Lemley, of Chappeau, Lemley & Miller. local brokera and membera of the Plttsburg Stock Exchange, were arreated to-day ln con? nection wlth a mining stock transaction. E. W. Curry accuaes Volquarta of falae pretence ln offerlng to tranefer 1,200 aharea of Gold Bulllon mining stock, which the broker la alleged not to bave had. <'urry aaya he pald $348 on account Volquarta was held for a hearlng on Wedneaday before Alderman S. J. Toole In $1,500 ball. joaepb H. Bulaner declarea that tho two men tried to defraud him out of (1,97750 worth of Oold Bulllon stock. and both brokera were held ln $.r>ix> each on a conaplracy cliarge before Al? derman Groetzinger. ? ? SEARCHING FOR MISSING BOTANIST. Rochester Man Thinks Thomas Bell, Not Heard from in Three Years, Is Dead. [By TeieKraph to The Tril.ure. 1 Denver, July -0.?S. (J. Crunip, of Rochester, is here huntlng for Thomas .Bell, the well known botanlat, who, when last heard from three yeara ago. was In ColoradO studying the flora of the state. Mr. Crump bellevea Bell i3 dead, and ls B.-aiHiliig tho mortuary records. THE MIS8ES YOAKUM NEARLY RUN INTO. [By Teiegraph to Th? Trlbiuie.) Newport, R. I.. July 20.?Quick work on the part of thelr chauffeur ln putting on full apeed baved the Mtsses Yoakum. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Yoakum, from belng run Into ln Bellevue avenue to-day by a dellvery wagon which was being backed around the front of the Casino. -% STEAMER .KILLS A WHALE. (By TfciegTaph to The Trlbune.] Long Branrh, N. J., July 20.?A whale, forty five feet long and weighing flfteen tons, was atruck by a pasaing ateamer off (ialilee this afternoon and killed. Captaia Xelson Lock wood's crew of flshermen, headed by the cuy UUA'a a^n, toweu the big u?h aanore* , TIIIRTY DIE IN WRECK. SEVEXTY BADLY IXJURED. ExcurtUm Train with Pere Mar qucttc Employcs Ilit by Freight. Palem, Mi.-h., July 20.?Thirty persons are dead and more than seventy Injured. many of them aerloualy, as the result of a head-on col llsion to-day between this village and Plymouth. A Pere Marquette excursion traln bound from Ionia to Detroit crashed - lnto a weatbound freight in a cut at a sharp curve, about a mlle easr of here. The dead are: BR< 'All. Charlea. CORWAX, Edward, brakeman. C< iHNKI.I.. N. J DOUSE, Fr,i!:k DURL.ING. Edward. EDDT, Mr.. Abraliam. FITZGERALD, Fred. GALLAGHER Edward. GRAMS, Wlll'.e, a boy. GOTT, Wtlham. HERBERT, Albert. HESS, Herman. HESS. I'aul. II ESS, Charlea. JOXES, Rtchard KNOWLE3, ? -, fr'msn. McCAl I.KV. i-iiHrlfs, sr. MERRILL, I.. K REYNOLDS, Henry. RICHTftn, Mrs. Auauat. R( KiEKS, Pon, Lowell. Mlch R( IGERS. John. STEIGER, WUUam, Kansaii Clty. worktng in Ionla. BMI I M. Homar BTAGER. WUUam, Kansas Clty, worktng in Ionia. TAFEL, John Tl! VUTWINE, Albert. \ !/. w.v. Jamea. Four unldamlfiad bedlaa at Innia. Charlea, Herman and Paul Hess were brothers. Jamea Vlzard waa a well known minor league ballplayer. who had played in the Central League ?nd alao at (>maha. Willard Btager had come io Ionia recently from Kansas City, where his i now Uvea Edward C.allagher ls the son of an ex-mayor of Ionia. Henry Keynolds was a Pere Marquette englneer. bound for Detrolt on the cxcrusion trahi to take out his regular run. Al. Herbert, a machlnist in the Pere Marquette ahops, had moved ko Ionia from Traverse City only last Wedneaday to be near hla wife'a mother. The paaai nger train of eleven cars. carrying the Pere Marquette shop amployea of Ionia and their familiea to r>etr'>it for their annual ex curaton, waa runnlng at a hlgh apeed, probably ftfty milea an bour. down a ateep grade. It atruck tbe llghter locomotive of the freight train with auch force aa to turn the freight engine completely around. The wrecked loc imotives this afternoon lay by aide, both beaded eaatward. Only a few of the freight cara were amaahed and lt was only a few houra" work to remove all traces of them frona the scene. But bahind tho two wrecked locomotlvea sis cara of the paaa train laj pUed. Fo\ir of the paaaenger coachea remained on the tra.k undamaged and were uaed to convey the dead and Injured to Ionla. oacfa ?as undamaged. but had lts forward trucka off the ralis. Th.se were the rear five < .iis. The two coachea next ahead of these were .,,,,1. Th.- oext car forward stood almost on end after tho wreck. its forward end restlng on the roadbed and the reai end hlgh in th* air upon the two totoaceped coachea that had - 't. , . Two coachea were thrown croaawioe of the track and lay suapended from bank to bank of the cu1 flv? or alx feel above the raita. Ol the baggage car not enougta remained to ahow where it had been toaaed. Portiona of the baggage car and of tbe locomotive tander and freight cars v. ;c piled in an Indeecribable maae of debria PARMKR WATCHED CRASH. Jamea B >".?-. " farmer, waa worktng In ? fleM probably f"iir hundred feet away from the track the two traina approached from oppoaita din i tlona. The local fr.-:irht was moving alowly up the heavy grade and had just reached the curve when the paaaenger traln appeared run? nlng at hlgh apeed. Boyle aaw th.- paaaenger . ngineer ahul off hia ateam and apply the brakes and s.iw the crewa of p..;h englnea jomp Jnst before the craah He ran to the tracks, where he found the unlnjured paasengera from the rear coachea running forward and Jolned wlth them in pulling out the Injured, who could be aeen oa iv.- v h.u.d. The dead were placed ln a row alongalde the track and tlie injured were made as comfortable aa posslble under the clrcumatancea and until the arrlval of the wrecking traina from Detrolt, Grand Rapida and Saglnaw, whlcb made lt poa sii.le to aend them to l >nl i and Detrolt The twenty-eighl dead b< dli a flr8t taken froni the wreck were ahlpi ? d to Ionia and the injured were placed on two traina, one of which beaded for Detrolt and the other for Ionia. There were about thlrty-ftve injured peraona on each train. Later in the day the body of **Ed** Corwan, the head brakeman of the paaaenger train. was taken out of the wreck. Knowlea, the flreman, dled on the relief traln <-n route to Detrolt There te?a poaalbillty that moro bodiea may be found ln the wreckage, and aevera) of the injured wlll die, lt 1h feared. Reaponsibility for the wreck la put aquarely on the crew of the freight train by ofBciala of tlie road. OfBciala who arrived nt th. acene of the wreck aoon after the accldent got from the crew of the freight tho ordera under which it waa running. which clearly ahowed the poeition of the paaaenger excursion train and that the freight had encroacbed upon the other train'a running ilm.. The apeclal traln waa due .it Balem a( 9:10 a m. and at Plymouth at 9:20 a. in. lt paaaed Balem on tlme. The tlme card of the apecial waa telegraphed to the freight crew in the form of a traln order, and thla <?r der, with the Bignaturea of the freight train crew attached, was recovered by the ofBciala u' the road. The freight crew left the acene early, but railroad ofBciala aaid that they explained almply that they had forgotten. The colllslon occurred at 9:18 o'clock, and tho freight train i ahould have reached Salem at 9:10 to be witbin order.-. PAN1C IN COACHEB The excursion traln left Ionia, CTOWded with men, women and chUdren, at <"? o'clock this morning. lt was the annual excuraion of the ahop men of the Pere Marquette Rallnay to Detrolt. Every family had Ita luncfa basketa, and many of them were eating when the two . trains craahed together. Tho impact was ter rlflc, and a number of paaaengera sitting near the wlndowa <>f the rear, undamaged coacto were thrown out of the wlndowa to tho ground. There was a panlc in the uninjured coachea for a i\ w momenta. Then, as tlie uninjured realised j that they had not been hurt they ruahed from i the cars to the rescue of their friends and rela tlvea who were pinloned among the wreckage ahead. Familiea were scattered among dlfferent cars. and there were frenzled searches for missing relatives. Mothers ran sereamlng up and down, Bearching for their chUdren, while many of the voung people were as frantically calling for their parents. 8, Dennehy, a young man of Ionia. was in the last coach, while Mis slster was iu one of the middle eoaches and hls father and mother were ln one of the moet seriouslv dam : aged cars. 'W'e felt the jar when the alr brakes were ap plled," sald Mr. Dennehy, "and then, before any one had time to stand up or leave his seat. catne the crash of the collislon. In the coafuatan ?f the moment I did not reulize that the car I waa J .""I ?oatiuued oa Kvoad paga* 'v. ^ THE ATTACK OX ALFARO. Many Dead in Guatfaquil? Presi dent's Bravery?Plot Betraycd. Guayaqull, July 20.?The plot to ca .are or kill General Eloy Alfaro. President of Ecuador. waa cleverly concelved. but it failed of its pur pose because at the last moment one of the con? spirators betrayed lt to the government. and the authoritles had time to change the offlcers and men on guard ln the different barracks. TbxMW who had been bribed to joln the conspirators in overpowerlng the sleeplng soldiera were hastily sent to other quarters. At a rocket signal at 4 o'clock Friday morning the barracks were at tacked simultaneously by armed bands, each about flfty strong, but these were recelved -wlth a heavy flre and were unable to advance. The conspirators. though taken by surprise. fought bravely for twenty minutes, and then broke and fled, hotly piuaued by the soldlers. who captured many of them. The, flajht was flercest at the poUce barracks ln the centre of the city. where President Alfaro was restding. Part of the corps at thla barracks was impli cated in the eonsplracy and refused to obey orders, firing on the offlcers and thelr loyal comrades and killing many of them. Tresldent Alfaro re< klessly exposed hlmself, and reduced them to obedience. The doors and walls of hls room were rtddled with bulleta. but he was untouched, as was the ease In many pre vlous flgtits. The funeral yesterday of six government of ficials, among whom were two colonels who had Joined ^vith the conspirators. was held wlth great cUaplay. It was largely attendcd by all classes. The caaualtlea ar* unknown, owing to the fact that the great majority of the victims were carrled away by frlends and hidden. DYXAMITE RICE DAM. Loumana Cattlemen BUm Up Strueture Endangering Stock. rrty Te'earaph to The Trih>in?.! Grand Chentar. La.. July 20.?Because the dam bullt acrosa the Mermentau Rlver here by the Louhnana Rloe Trrigating Aaaoctetloa to keep ealt water out of the vasr rlce plantations in Southwest I.ouisiana resulted In overflowlng thetr pnstures and endangering their stock BMarfl than one hundred masked cattlemen ovcr powered tho twetve guarda on the atructura shortly before sunrtae thls mnrr.ins. hound and gagged them and wrecked 17" feet of the dam wlrli a series of dynamite explostona tbal r" qutred two hours" work. The dam was simitarly deatroyed in October. 1905, and was recently rebuUt, at *a ?ost of $2?0,00O. Wlth no obstruction In the rlver it la | that the rapldly maturtng rlce erop will be sertously damaged by the ir.flux of briny water. (OlY ATE DYXAMITE. Didn't BUm Up, bui Wm Pommrd ? Water Dept. Paijs Damages. John McCauley, of Brn?n? Station. Oster County. owr.lng a farm where the clty> engi neers are husy on the Catsklll aqueduct. yester day compaaaai the clty to pay a"K8D for a cow which he aaya waa polsoned b> eating a stkk of I dynamite. McCauley at flrsf dWhanded $42.1 i for the loss m the cm and the deatlULtlof) of 1 growing grain r.ear Ditve and Bishop's Kalls. 1 The CoatroUer lefeired the matter to th^ Water , l-.. ard for audlting. and Carleton F.. I>avis. ,.f I the englnrering stafT. was detailed to investt gate. "Thlm fieids was rolned by the engineers." : aald McCauley, "an' the row was sur? killed by atin' a Bthlck o* dynamite that one of the hiast lng gang 1< ft in the pasture." ??Dynamite?" asked Mr. Davla "Yea, dynamite," aald McCauley. "She t?>k !t fur an ear of corrn or aomething, an' 1 < -, that the whole townahlp araa h].>W ? (1 up." ,-l>ld she explode?" asked tho tngineer "No. ^he didn't, not quite. but the dlvll only knowa what wu?l a happened if she had hap pened to atc waa o< thlm aetttn'-off capa along w!d the athlch of dynamite. If she had tuk wan of thlm capa for aayaonln1 fur her lunch, maybe 1 wouldn't be here :'skln' f<>r just !-.??>. As it was, the stuff Jnet potaom d her, an 1 the htll ls 9 125, more or leea" The engbseer corps. oa further baquirj mltted thnt they had mbwed a sttck or" dyna? mite, but they dld not itnow that McCauley'a cow had eaten lt. After a good deal ? McCauley'a rlaim waa aettled f":- $13tt, Another freak damage story comcs from the aame auarter. It was reported yeal rday that Nathan Gordon, a farmer at the alte of the Aahokan reserrolr, wanta the clty I rabblta and woodcoch on hla farm. Gordon owna about sixty acrea, and hla estimated dam faand and all Incraded, is aald i (0.4O740. When asked what the crops heraised ' on his farm were be sai.l: ?v.'dl. I have ralaed elght chUdrec. 1 pasture I about two thouaand rabblta yearly, and l alao ruise a t>h; crop of woodcock." Mr. Gordon I "reckoned" that the game was bia proper y j whlle lt was on hls land, and he wanta the clty to pay fur it. -, RICK COPPER FIEID IX AFRICA. Deposits Found Near Luederitz Bay?Region DiffieuJt of Access. Hcrlin. July "-'". The "l.?k;M Anzeige:'" has re ceived a r* pc. t from Gennaa Bontbweal Afrlca of the dlscovery, near the cist of Luederita Bay, of rich deposits of i opper oae An ei 1 tlon will aoon leave Luederita to coatlnue proa pecting. The newly found oaa lies fan a water | leaa region. The coaal la wlthoul harbora, an-l 1 there are few placea where the ore could bo transshlpped out to ateamera in bargea TRAIN ROBBED OF $5,000. One Man Killed, Several Wounded in At tack at Karalissa. Titlis. July 2<?.- Twenty robbera attacked a train at Karalissa. a station on the Trans.au casian Railway. with riftea, revolvera and bomba to-day A guard was killed. and aeveral p. c s.?ns were wounded, A eashler who was the object Of the att.i -k was uninjured, but was robbed of $5,000. SAVES LIFE BY IEAP TO COWCATCHER. Boy's Horse Kilie" and Wagon Wrecked. but He Escapes in Collision. South Orange. N. J.. July C0 Opecla!) ?Frnest ' Powers. a boy who was drivimt a grocery wa^on j at Dover to-day. saved hlmself from death in a collision between hls wagon and a locomotive on tlu> HiKh RridKc branch of the t'entral Railroad 1 of New Jersey by jumpins from the v, hid, to the cowcatcher. to which he elung untll the tru.in stopped. As he got on the trnek Powers saw the train bearlng down on hlm. Instrad of going ahead, he trted to turn the wagon around, but before he could do so the englne struck the vehlele near the front wheela and th:s garve Pow?rs a ehaaoa to leap und he landed on tne cowcatcher of the en Lgine. The borse was killed and. the wa&ta demol uhtd, .- ? " rsai?^, fi;j:\zied seoul hobs. JAPAXESE KILL MAXY Rioier* Burn Houscs of Ministers? The Consulatcx Guarded. Tokio. July 21?Late advices from Seoul say that the rioting is growing ln magnitude. At tempts to burn the railway station and the police buildlng were frustrated by prompt actlon by the Japanese police and gendarmes. The powder magazlne of the Corean govern ment is strongly guarded by Japanese --fle at the request of the Minister of War. Rioter? ar? shooting wildly out of windows. Two Japan? ese are reported to have been killed. Murderoua assaults are frequent. and the city is vergtng on a reign of t*>rror. BVHataaa is oompietely sua pended. fTomrt. July 2'\?A c oncerted effort waa made at 2 p. m to-day t.. murder the entire Cablneu After haransrues at th* TemDle- of Heaven a mob <>f two thousand marched a mtle to the hoaaa of I t\an Yung, which they saeked ani br.rne.l. The same fate was then vislted on the bomea of the Prime Minister and atbaiab The same mob th^n went to the home of tho Minister of AYar, n.,ir the oid palace, but here they were m?f by Japanese guards, who re polaed the rloters, killing and wounding many. M^rquis Iro delayed hls arrival at tha Em p.->ror's andleaca an hour. while the foreign con suis g.-nern! arattaaf The marquia approached in great stat^; with a hec>.\ y guard, especial pre cauttoaa being taken while passing the palace, v.hcre the Fuspeoted battallon of Corean impe rial guards was o!os~ly lmerned in the barracka of the gate. The number of. machlne guns waa doubled. coveriaaj all the main approachea to the palace. Desultory rlfle fire was heard dur lng the afternoon. -^ Tr lopa are patroiling the main streets of the city in the face of a mob inflamed to frenzy by ta The ar.g. r of the Corean massea ap BOW to b-=> dtrectad less against the Jap C >rean mmisters. all of whom they have vowad to ki'.l. The situation appears to warrant the proelamatlon of martial law. but Uarqala It-., deadroua of avoidlng interferer.r* except to protect foreii?ners and the throne. is exceedingly r.luctar.t to resort to rr.illtary rule. Th? eavtroaa of the Amerioan and Brltish con aulatea nr* goaidted oa accooat of their prox imity to the A pro.lamation was published at 3 oVTnek this ??vening warning the people to reraain in their h< .--?- At d ;.-k ma. hir.e guns were :n trencbed bealnd breastw-orks built ta the s:reeta - palace, in aa - of a nis;ht attuck. Militia troofM are patroiling the auboraa. There haa been desultory rifle flring since an a't^mpt was mada to -ireeta at aooa. Japaaeaa troopa ara arrlrbafj here, but they > few in nnmhai la rnake any atterr.pt to di^arm the Corean aol Uers feasible. ar.d they are r.ow eaaflaad to their bavrraekm At the fonnal audienee this afternoon Marquia Ito was tha first to be received. He had a con loa with the former Emperor lastin? ter. mlnnlaa To.. aea a performing his dut!ea in a puaaly per;"u;ict?>ry m<.nr.<?r. He is said to ?'..'?'. !t'!' atreagtb of chara.ier. and the out look for his artmmtatraUoa of aabttc affairs is ii"- promlaiag. ? tenooa, b) ::'er of it he would Ieav< witk out iaformajtlon nobs. Oa a I ? ioan Con i;?:.?:? i. fonaea Baaj arar*a prlvate thotu ht rhat t< rul< r siving aa a i . :>e or a posa ?. ,-ver. that slnce N ' | a >t ? '*< ^ : rnlng. elghty Ja Slarquia . . the formei : ? afready b % ? I midnight and murder aB I tkm. Marquia II : i. n.r.il Ba - The ? v'.nch kght haM .'-:; h tt th^ mteaded daah ol at tha ks for t! General Hasegewa'a t: tioned at all it. : of the ni^rV be the hest in the Corean on aci plolting to o.nte.i coup d'etat. The st udi are reported to ? tary supplieson a hill overiooking th.. : anay is wadaty dhrtriti coi.ntry. and is aot f Teeterday'a dia ahaiau foi .i distance of two aailea a sr tl r; :? oa the c'h ? have been K An offlclal report t1 japaaeaa w< ? yaa> terday'a rtottag. haa not been reportedl The Corean >'ai>;.iet baa formailv nottaaaa1 t.> th.- Japanese goverament the al ^f the. Emperor and the accaeaioa of the t'rown Prlnco. During tbe algbl tho tnspertal denawttaa vtsited tlie mauaoleama .?n>! ? aaaa announce m-nt to the sp.iits of th. ir mmn - Tbe aea v ist acenpy the Nirth Bmperaai reanaiahni ln h:a old refnge, adjoiataai tha American tad R-. coaenJatea. The Cabmat <-oi tinues in oft:ce. but . oont of th ? > n:en have in turn | to i.'i-.'p! api ointment to the vacant po toition of HoaaaboM Mlaawar, FERMEXT IX PIXG-TAXG. Japanese Forces Inadequate?Fears of a Massacre. rta?T-YaJag. July aaV?AB the shopa hera ara> close.l There is great excltement among th* natives. who are unaware that abdlcatton baa been accompllshed. The safety of Japaneae ree idents ls pioblematlcal. as the depirture of a DEWEY'S OLD PORT WJNE FOR INVALI03 w ii atrvagthca the Waaai aad (?t>nva!esceata II. T. Dewey & Sons Co.. 138 Fultoa St.^Naw Yorh.