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TRAIN ROBBED IN OGDEIr
jh r ee Masked Bandits Strip 100
Passengers of Valuables.
RiFLE SAFE IN EXPRESS CAR
Tear Diamonds from Woman's
Bars — Train men and Foreign
Passenger Assaulted.
Opflcn. Utah. June 27.— Three masked
bandits hold up the second section of
Orfpoa Short Line train No. 1, northbound.
which l^i't •■-non at 1:30 o'clock this morn
ing, at Second street, in the northern part
cf this city. All the passengers in the train
Trere relieved of their vaiuahles and the
expre* s messenger was compelled to deliver
ttif contents of the safe. The exact amount
the ror>i>ers oMaiaed has not been reported.
Ttvo passengers and two trainmen were
The robbers halted the train by placlnp
railroad torpedoes on the track. TTh««n the
engineer brought the train to a stop the
TifS<! brakeman went forward to ascertain
the eausp <^f the delay and was struck with
a revolver • •>• one of the robbers. He was
then taken at Hie point of a pistol to the
express car and compelled to call to the
loessenfrer to open th*> door.
. As soon as the door was opened one of
the bandits crawled in and commanded the
messenger to open the safe. After rifling
the paie the robbers turned their attention
to 'he coaches. .A? they started for the
coaches N. B. Franklin, the rear brake
mar. was encountered coming forward. The
ba&dlts command*^ him to halt, but he dis
regarded the order and two shots" were
tired at him. He then stopped and one of
:he bandits knocked him down. Franklin
rolled into a ditch, where he feigned un
consciousness. After seeing that he was
not watched he jumped up and ran three
blocks to the home of Deputy Sheriff John
Hutchens, whom he aroused and informed
of th.c robbery. The deputy hurried to the
scene, arriving just as the train pulled out.
The train robbers went through each
coach with a deliberation and calmness that
Fhowt-d they trere not novices at the game.
When K. 1.. "Williams, the conductor, left
the train he was stopped by one of the
rubbers end orders back into the coach.
While one. of the desperadoes stood guard
over the engineer the other two, with
drawn revolvers, went through the train,
ordering each passenger to hand over his
valuables. Mrs. J. H. Ball's diamond ear
rings were torn from her cars. A foreigner
was assaulted by the robbers. The man
did not understand what was going 1 on and
was beaien with the butt of a revolver.
After the train had bee« robbed the bandits
f.red their pistols to terrorize th« pas
sengers. Then they pot into a buggy in
which they had driven to the spot and
ixnrrled away. There were nearly one hun
dred passengers on the train, every on© of
whom lost something.
•*-a m carry ine a posse reached
■ rhf robbery early to-day and
ictp in ti-.r- field all day. Two
te>l men are under arrest.
RACE RIOT IN MISSISSIPPI
White Man and Negro Dead— Double
Lynching Reported.
Jackson. Miss.. June ST.— As the result ot
& race riot near Hfirri?vi'ii'. Simpson
County, yesterday, I.ut Buckley, a white
man. arid a negro named Jones are dead.
The trouble started srben two negroes quar
3"lied with a white fanner named McDon
nell and left him lyir.e unconscious from a
blow on the head. A posse started in pur
suit of the negToes.
Shortly after dark yesterday, while one
of the searching parties was riding along
the public road, fire was opened by the
fugitives, and Latber Buckley, a young
la:ir;«.-r, was shot dead from his horse. The
posse gave immediate pursuit, and Jones
was captured and shot to ceath. Later his
I'ir.ther and another negro said to have
aided the fugitives to escape were capt
ured.
Conflicting report? as 1o the fate of these
two have been received here, one betas that
they •were .-;!:■■•■. away by officers, who
were determined to prevent mob violence,
and another is to. the effect that their cap
tors carried them off to the woods, where
a double lynching took place. The search
for "Jim" Brady, one of the negroes In the
original quarrel, was resumed to-day.
IN ON CARNEGIE FOUNDATION
Wesleyan University Retains Right to
Have Trustees Elected by Conference.
• By Tclr-gTaph to The Tribune.]
MidJletown. Conn.. June 27.— President
F::ar,!::i'; of "Weslevan University surprised
xhjrny to-day when lie announced that
bis institution had been accepted by
the trustees of the Carnegie Foundation,
and that the university, as la the past,
would be allowed to have thirteen of Its
trustees elected by conferences and other
i-e'.ipious bodies or the Methodist Episcopal
Church.
Dr. Shar.kiin said that Wesleyan Univer
sity should have been admitted at the very
f.r=t. a? its charter was in entire accord
with Mr. Carnegie's idea on the subject.
Be added, however, that Wesleyan was the
only institution on the foundation retaining
this privilege. Wesleyan is the oldest
Methodist collegiate Institution in this
country.
SOCTY HIDDEN IN CAVE
Three Boys Arrested Charged with
Many Burglaries.
Piusbur?. June 27.— Many daring burgla
ries are charged against three brothers
•who are confined in the South Side police
nation. The boys gave their names as
Elmer Anscott. fifteen years old; George,
thirteen, and Francis, seven.
Eight Mount V.'ai«hin|rton homes are said
by the police to have been entered by the
brothers in the last three" nights, -when
much valuable booty was secured and hid
den sway in th« dark recesses of an aban
doned coal mine, just across the Mnnnnea
hela River from PUtsburjr. where it is said
they tali like brigands and planned their
night attacks on South Side houses. Partly
burned candles, particles of food, knives,
bayonets and swords were among th» things
found by tl:- police when they searched the
cave.
FECK CASE JURY DISAGREES
Secretary of Insurance Organization
Was Indicted for Perjury.
Syracuse. June 27.— The Jury in the case
of Willard H. Peck, former secretary of the
People's Mutual Life Insurance Associa
tion and League, charged with perjury, re
vb-nc-A to Justice De Angelis to-day that
It was unable to agrfre and was di.«char*e<l.
The jury had been out sin^e Saturday at
1:30 p. m. It is understood that it stood
eleven for conviction and one for acquittal.
Peck was indicted for perjury, in ha\-ing
ewom in the State Insurance Department
examination that ii» believed his contract
with the eomjwiny was a valid claim
Ejtains'i the company, v. hi!e having knowl
edge that the contracts were of no finan
cial vajue. -
GIRL. REPRIMANDED, A SUICIDE.
Lancaster. Mass.. June 27.— Because she
was sent to her room tor disobeying a rule
of the Institution. Eva Smith, sixteen
years old. an inmate of the #taie Indus
trial School for Girls, committed suicide
to-day by hanging. The girl's conduct at
th€ school had been generally good, cord
lac to Use officiate
PRIZE FOR FIRST TO WED
Oceanport, N. J., Official Comes
Out with a Tempting Offer.
[*■■ Branch. N. J., Juno D (Special).— A.
L. Cowles, of Oc^anporf . who is the as
sessor of Eatonton Township, comes for
ward -with an offer to-day of a silver
service of twenty-six pieces to the first
couple in Ms town applying for a marriage
license. The new state law goes into effect
on July I. A? there is no township clerk in
Oceanport, Mr. (\>wlo<: Is the recognized
officer. There are scores of summer folk at
1 eanport in the summer.
Carnival plnns will be outlined at a meet
ing of the Board of Trade committee called
for Wednesday night. The selection, of a
quern by popular ballot If snjnrcpfcd. It Is
proposed to hold th« carnival the second
week in August.
The jrolden jubilee committee of St.
L.uke's Methodist Episcopal Church an
nounced to-day that it had secured Bishop
Berry to preach the closing sermon on Sun
day. July 17. Bishop Wilson, it is expected,
will open the anniversary on Sunday, July
14. There will be a full week's services,
excepting Saturday, at which former
pastors and neighboring clergymen will
take part.
General Grant, while a summer resident
here !n the 70's, worshipped in the old
church, which was burned in 1594. The com
mittee will ask ex-President Roosevelt to
make an address.
DESPERADO KILLS THREE
Five Children Found Huddled
About Dying- Father.
Atlanta, June 27.— TV. 11. Bostwick. who
killed three men and wounded three at hi?
home near Occilla yesterday, was found
dying in his barricaded home at 4 o'clock
this morning:, wnen the Fitzgerald com
pany of the national guard rushed and
captured the house. lie expired within an
hour.' Five children who were in the house
with him wore rescued uninjured. It is
supposed that a bullet fired during the
fipht with posses last night struck him.
Sheriff J. P. Mclnnls died to-day.
The Fitzgerald company upon arrival to
day promptly rushed to the house, which
had been the scene of a fierce fire of bul
lets all night. For fear of hurting the
children, the soldiers did not fire. They as
sembled on all four sides of the house,
two hundred yards away, and moved upon
the place at double time. The first ones
kicked in the door, and with drawn re
volvers entered. Bostwick was found on
the floor, unconscious. The children, ter
rified, huddled near. The father had kept
them on the floor all night, and thus they
had escaped the bullets.
The affair lm.nn Sunday, when an officer
went to arrest Bostwick. At 2 o'clock
Sunday afternoon Sheriff Mclnnis and a
posse went after him. Kostwick shot dead
Chief of Police Steve Davis and Deputy
Sheriff Sheffrield, of Occilla, and Sheriff
Mclnnis and two deputy sheriffs fell badly
\ ounded.
A new posse was formed and another at
tack made, tbe troops being ordered cut
Bieambßt. It was known that Mrs. Bost
wiik had fled with one child, but the
father kept the remaining live in the house
with him. One of the children he sent out
to get the revolver the dead police chief
had dropped, knowing that the posse would
not fire on the lad.
# The posse of local citizens kept up the
fire all nignt. The three living victims of
Bostwick's bullets are expected to recover.
ARREST IN KELIHER CASE
Witness, Secretly Indicted, Sur
renders — Perjury Charged.
Boston, June 27.— The second arrest on a
charge of perjury in connection with the
recent trial of William J. Keliher for aiding
George W. Coleman, bookkeeper, to loot
the National City Bank of Cambridge, was
made at the federal building to-day, when
John A. Cunnlffe, of Dorchester, walked
into the United States Marshal's office.
Cunniffe was secretly indicted last week by
the grand jury. When he heard of the in
dictment he decided to surrender and ap
pear before Judge Colt in the United States
Circuit Court for arraignment.
Cmmiffe testified at the trial that he ac
companied one John R. Marshall from a
hotel to the Western Union Telegraph
Company's main office, where an order for
$200 was sent to Coleman in Kansas City.
'Hi- government disputes the truth of Cun
ninVs statement, maintaining that Marshall
was ■ fictitious name.
GERMAN-AMERICANS ELECT
State Alliance Again Chooses Theodore
Sntro President.
Albany. June 27.— Theodore Sutro, of New
York, was reflected president of the Stale
German-American Alliance in convention
here to-day. The other officers chosen
were-: Vice-presidents, August Ttemann,
Brooklyn: Dr. William Gaertner, Buffalo;
Werner Strecker, Troy: Dr. Sigmund Hand
ler, Rochester: William Grandpre, Albany;
secretary. Ileinrich Pf<-iu>r, New York;
assistant secretary. John Seeke, New York:
treasurer, Joseph Kuo'.t, I'tica, and finan
cial secretary, Jacob Btrknaier. Troy.
These committees were announced: legis
lative—Dr. William Gaertner, Buffalo;
Charles Dersch, New York; Emil Rose.
Brooklyn; Robert A. PmtschlEe. Troy, and
William Grandpre, Albany. Financial-
William Kuf-hnling. Utica; A. Gustav Hit
zel, Buffalo, and William Gommermann,
Schenectady. Richard liOhrmann, of
Schenectady, was named as honorary dele
gate to the National German-American Al
liance. Rochester was selected as the place
of meeting next year.
PRISON FOR $300,000 FORGER
Lombard, Formerly Town TreasTirer of
Frsmingham, Mass., Gets Ten Years.
<"nmV ridge. Mam. June 27.-Prison doors
dosed to-day for ten years, if not for life,
on John B. Lombard, former town treas
urer of Framingham, who had confessed
to forgins town note? aggregating $300,000
in the last ten years.
Lombard's counsel asked leniency of the
court because of his client's -sixty
years— but Judge Sherman said that
element rested with the executive rather
than with the judicial branch of the state
government and that Lombard i offence
was a grave one. Lombard collapsed when
the clerk read the sentence of not less
than ten nor more than fifteen years in
state prison. .
SUFFRAGISTS ON STATE TOUR
First Party Sets Out in Automobile
from Chicago.
Chicago. June 27.— Suffragists started the
Invasion of Northern Illinois to-day. The
plan outlined is to have parties in auto
mobiles visit every section of the state,
txrrying the gospel of the freedom of the
ballot to fill rural communities, as well as
to the cities and towns.
The first of these parties, consisting or
five well known suffragist ppeakers. left
Chicago to-day, and others will follow at
brief intervals.
SAYS FATHER ABDUCTED SON.
Newton. N. J, Ju«e 27 (Special).— Mrs.
Nora Carpenter, of Port Jtrvis, X. V. ( has
sworn out a warrant here for the arrest of
n husband. Wallace W. Carpenter of
v', v York City, allying abduction of their
ten-year-old son. Wallace, Jr. Mr. and
El*. Carpenter have been legally separated.
FORTY YEARS A TEACHER. DEAD.
Miss Margaret Van Winkle, principal of
„ primary school, No. 19. Jersey City, died
suddenly from heart disease on Sunday while
visiting at Montgomery, X. J. She Ml
born in Jersey City. and bad taught school
fort* year*
NEW-YORK DAILY TEEBCNE. TUESDAY, JUNE 28. mm.
ESPISCOPA
JANS TO MEET
New Brunswick Diocese Gathers
-To-day at Asbury Park.
Asbury Park. X. J. t June 27 (Special).—
convention of th« New Brunswick Episco
pal Diocese of New Jersey will be held
here to-morrow, in the. Trinity Episcopal
Church, at which Bishop John Scarborough,
of Trenton, will preside. A business meet
ing will be held in the morning and after
noon, preceded by the sacrament, and in
the evening a missionary service will be
held. Some fifty delegates will take part in
the conference.
The Master Painters and Decorators of
New Jersey will hold their annual conven
tion here next month. The Ocean Hotel
has been made official headquarter?, and
the convention will be held in a monster
tent erected in the courtyard of the hos
tlery.
The Young People's Meetings In the Ocean
Grove Temple were opened for the summer
this morning, with the Rev. Dr. William
H. Morgan, of Newark, as the leader. Dr.
Morgan Is a member of the Camp Meeting
Association, and ivlll have charge of the
popular daily service until August, when
the Rev. Dr. Charles L. Mead, of the same
city, will succeed him as leader.
The A Ida Trumpet Quartet will assist in
the musical programme each day, and Mrs.
Minnie Castle Davis and Donald Chalmers,
of New York City, will sing at each service.
The Holiness Meeting is held daily.
A baseball team composed of college
players is to be the attraction offered by
Mr. Harvey, manager of the athletic field
in North Asbury Park. The season will
open early in July, and games will be
played daily until September. The local
team will not be affiliated with any league,
but Mr. Harvey has made dates with semi
professional ball clubs of the metropolis.
The opening game will be with tho Washer
man nine, composed of New York bank
clerks.
Mme. Tallinn Nordica and her husband,
George W. Young, will have a housewarm
ing on Wednesday at th^ir handsome new
bungalow in West Deal Beach, and a spe
cial train from fcew York City will bring
down many of their friends. Four hundred
invitations have been issued for the recep
tion. There will be a band of forty-five
musicians, which will play on the broad
lawns that surround the bungalow, and
from 4 to 7 o'clock a reception will be held
in a big tent pitched on the la^wn.
Prizes valued at $5,000, including a score
or more of silver loving cups, will be of
fered by the carnival commission to the
winners in the annual baby parade.
FIND RiCH AUNT AT LAST
• i
Brooklyn Kin Threaten Suit to
Test Aged Woman's Sanity.
Taterson. N. J.. June 27 (Special).— Mrs.
Jennie Sloan disappeared from the Flat
bush section of Brooklyn ten years ago, ;
when she was sixty-six years old. She is j
now Mrs. Jennie Sanderson. Hying in Un- i
coin avenue. Totowa. She was found yes- :
terday by James A. Harmon, attorney for |
Mrs. NolHo Sloan, who warns her aunt to
return home. She may have much trouble
In doing that.
Mrs. Btoaa was worth SIW.OOO when her \
husband died, a decade ago. She owned a j
fine place in Glenwood Road, Flatbush. i
Her relatives knew nothing of hor where
abouts after she disappeared. What she j
has been doing all these years Is ns much I
of a mystery to her family as her disap
pearance, but they have learned that sho
married John T. Sanderson, who died a
few years aso.
When Mr. Harmon and Mrs. Nellie Sloan •
called at the Totowa house they were met j
by Albert C. Cannon and his wife, who
offered objections to letting Mrs. Sanderson
get out of their sight. They said Mrs.
Sanderson lived with them and had been.
very good to them, and even had deeded j
trie house in which they were living to
them. Moreover, she was a generous
woman, spending money freely among her
neighbors. Mrs. Sloan declared she would
have Mr?. Sanderson's sanity inquired into.
She has instructed her counsel to tako steps
to have a writ of habeas corpus issued.
SAYS HE NEEDED THE MONEY
About to Wed, Charged with Stealing
from His Fiancee '3 Mother.
There was to have been a "linen shower"
last evening at the home of Mrs. Margaret
Graff! 1. 1 user, at No. 41". Washington street,
Newark, but us the guests arrived they
were turned away. The recipient of tbe
shower was to ha^ve been Miss Sadie Graff
bauser, daughter of Mrs. Graffhauser. Tho
young woman was engaged to marry Her
bt-rt Ciuj=(?. twenty-one years old. who
boarded at her mother's house. The show
er was called off, and Close Is a prisoner,
charged with grand larceny.
Mrs. Grdffhauser, acompaiiieJ by Close,
visited Polite Headquarters late in the af
urnoon, and Close told the police the de
tails of a story he had already told Mrs.
Graffhauser. It was that while he was
alone in the house two burglars broke in
a ronr door and came up to his room, with
their fac-es masked and revolvers drawn,
cowed him. stole $20 he had In one of tho
pockets of his trousers, and then went on
into Mrs. Graff Mauser's room and stole $37 50
from a chiffonier.
Close, after repeating the story fur the
fourth or fifth time, described the men's
faces. Asked how he saw their faces if
•Ley were masked, he began to stutter and
stumble, and it was not long until be ad
mitted, the police say, that he stole the
money from the chiffonier, and said that
be needed it because of the extra purchases
he had to make in anticipation of the wed
ding and also the expense of buying the
wedding rlr.g.
On his own statements he was locked up.
and Mrs. QraflFhauser angrily and Miss
Graffhauser tearfully declared tho engage
ment at an end.
CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING.
Bayonne, N. J., June 27 . (Special).— Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Christie, of No. SO2
Avenue C, Bayonne, gave a reception to
night in celebration of the fiftieth anni
versary of their marriage. Mrs. William
Rawlinson, of Brooklyn, who was the
bridesmaid half a century ago, assisted Mr.
and Mrs. Christie in receiving their guests-.
Mr Christie is president of the Bayonne
Park Commission, and Mrs. Christie was
one of the first advocates of woman's suf
frage in New Jersey.
Here Is a Trip Worth While
A Vacation Outing You Will Never Forget
Yellowstone National Park
is the wonder region of America— it U easily reached
via
Union Pacific
"The Safe Road"
direct to Yellowstone Station, at the very
edge of the Park, and only 19 miles from
Fountain Hotel, Lower Geyser Basin.
Dining Car Meals and Service "Best in the World"
Tor Information, rates, etc., call on or address
J. B. DePRIH^T, O. E. Agt., 287 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
A»k about our lvrhonally Conducted Tour* to Yeilow»fcos« Hathmsl rark.
ARMY AND HAW NOTES
Further Developments in Mari
etta Court of Inquiry.
[From The Tribune Bureau.]
Washington, June -7.
MORE MARIETf A CRITICISM.— It has
developed that there was much more in the
findings of the court of inquiry convened
to ascertain the responsibility for the con
dition of the United States ship Marietta
than the criticism of Captain F. K. Hill, the
commanding officer, and two of his asso
ates in the commissioned personnel of thai
vessel. vrirv 1 ;"
Th* court went fully Into the condition
of the ship, which served for a long time
in Central American waters tnd has been
for some weeks at the Portsmouth Navy
Yard, where it was examined by the Board
of Inspection for Ships, and was the occa
sion of comment which originally led to tho
order for a trial by court martial of Com
mander Hill. The court was dissolved be
fore it held any sessions, and the court o 1
Inquiry was instituted In fta place. This
court, as has been stated in these di.«
patches, recommended the' official reprimand
of Commander Hill and Lieutenant Wilbur
T. Smith, the executive officer. This rec
ommendation has been carried out. Lieu
tenant Paul E. i>ampmann, who was the
engineer officer' of the ship, has received a
letter of caution, as distinguished from a
letter of censure.
The testimony before the court, rendered
in defence of the three officers directly in
volved, alleged that Commander Hill made
repeated efforts to have repairs and changoa
Installed on the Marietta, and that these
efforts were futile? In the findings of the
court the inspection board comes fn for
criticism for making too much of certain
minor defects and not giving the officers
sufficient credit for work they performed
under trying circumstances when the Mari
etta was engaged on hard "service in 1903.
The vessel was in a very bad condition
when Commander Hill took charge, and
much trouble was encountered with the ma
chinery. The Marietta had three engineer
officers in succession, one of whom was so
overworked that he committed suicide on
board tire vessel. The court '• criticises the
inspection board for magnifying in appear
ance the importance of minor matters to
the exclusion of other satisfactory items of
much greater importance, such as that all
of the drills were found satisfactory, the
condition of the main engines and boiler?,
the outside of the ship, her various decks,
h«r top hamper, her battery, the clothing
and bedding, messes and food, precautions
against fire, safe navigation, etc.
More than this, the court criticises tho
Bureau of Navigation for "the detachment
of all the officers of the United States ship
Marietta, except the captain and pay offi
cer, while she was in commission and re
fitting: at a navy yard." This was pro
nounced "unusual and not in the interests
of the ship," which fact "mitigates- to some
extent the conditions found by" the inspec
tion board. The administration of the navy
yard is also criticised by the court.
It has been decided to take no further
action, and probably nothing more of a def
inite sort will be given out from official
sources. The friends of the officers con
cerned say that the naval authorities in
Washington do not take kindly to the criti
cism made by the court of inquiry so far
as that criticism relates to administration
matters, especially the detachment of offi
cers from duty on the Marietta,
This is in evidence in the Indorsement ap
plied to the report by the Bureau of Navi
gation, which "reluctantly" concurred in the
recommendation that no further Judicial ac
tion be taken in the- cases of Commander
Hill and Lieutenants Dampmann and Smith.
This decision to drop the matter with the
letters of censure in the cases of two of
the officers and the letter of caution in the
case of the third officer was founded large r
j ly on the fact that the professional reputa
tion of the officers has already been Injured
by articles in the public press, constituting
in itself a punishment.
ORDERS ISSUED.— The following orders
have been issued :
I leutenar.t Colonel CHARLES J. BAILEY, coast
artillery, to Fort 11. G. Wright . June 80, to
• witness Joint army and militia coast defence
exercises In artillery district of New London.
lieutenant Colonel HUNTER LIGGETT. 15th
Jnfantrv; Majors GUY CARIJSTON. General
t^taff and CARL .HKICHMANN. 24th In
fantry: captains ROBERT A. BROWN, 4th
Cavalry; EDWIN LANDON. coast artillery,
and MA LIN" CRAIG. General Staff, on com
pletion of Army War College staff ride at
Oeltyaburg. to proper station In Washington.
Major JAY ii HOrTER, Ordnance Department,
office chief of ordnance. July 1. to New York
CapfaTn^LEßOY T. HILUMAN. Ordnance De
partment, to Atlantic City, to attend thtr
t«-enth annual meeting American Society for
Testing Materials.
Captain WILLEY HOWEI.U Cth Infantry, to
duty at camp of Instruction organized militia
of Missouri, near Nevada. Miss., July 6 to 12.
Captain JESSE C. .NICHOLAS and First Lieu
tenant LUCIAN B. MOODY, coast artillery,
detailed In Ordnance Ix>partment. to take
effect July 1; report to »hlef at ordnance,
Washington.
The following changes In the Ordnance Depart
ment: Captain: CHARLES M. WESSON,
from Watervliet arsenal to Watertown
arsenal. Following: officer? from Sandy Hook
proving ground to stations designated: Cap
tain liIRCIE O. MAHAFFEY. report to chief
of ordnance; Captain CAKR W. WALLER,
to Frankford arsenal; First Lieutenant
CHARLES G. METTLEH, to Watervllet
arsenal; First Lieutenants MORGAN L.
BRETT and JOHN B. ROSE, to Watertown
arsenal; First Lieutenant ARTHUR I).
MIN'ICK, to Springfield (Mass.) armory: First
Lieutenant FRED 11. COLEMAN. to Frank
ford arsenal; First Lieutenant THOMAS L.
COLES to P.'catinny arsenal.
Tho following changes In the coast artillery have
been ordered: Captain JOSEPH B. DOUG
LAS, assigned to 20th Company; Captain
HARRY W. NEWTON, from 77th Company
to unassigned list, to commanding officer.
artillery district of Pensacola. for staff duty;
Second Lieutenant CHARLES T. RICHARD
SON, from 20th Company to unasslgned list,
to commanding officer, artillery district of
Firsf^ie^^nant'ALEXANDEß O. GILLBSPIE.
First Lieutenant ALEXANDER O. GILLBSPIE.
coast artillery, to coast artillery school,
Fort Monroe. "August 28.
Kirn Lieutenant WILLIAM F. H. GODSON.
l(Hh Cavalry, detailed for duly with Troop
A Ist Cavalry, organized militia of Wiscon
sin, during practice march beginning at Mil
waukee, or. August 12.
First Lieutenants CHARLES S. PONAYIN,
HOLLAND W. CASE and JOSEPH H.
PFLOT ordnance department, from Military
Vcademy, June SO. to New York City, and
report to commanding officer. Sandy Hock
proving grounds. .
First Lieutenant EARL M'FARLAND. coast ar
tillery to Watertown Arsenal. .
Second Lieutenant JAMES L. WALSH, roast ar
tillery, to New York City, and report to
commanding officer. Fandy Hook proving
U Lientenant LAWRENCE W. M'INTOSH.
flth Cavalry, to Watertown Arsenal.
Leaves of absence: Major J. F. REYNOLDS
L ANDIS. 13th Cavalry, mllltarr attach*, one
month: First Lieutenant ROBERT E. GIN
STEAD 23d Infantry, four months from Sep
tember 1. £j^ ;
Lieutenant W. T. NORRIP. to navy yard. New
York in connection with the Florida.
Midshipman W. A. EDWARDS, to the Michi
gan. _^^__^_____^^_____^^
Passed "Assistant Surgeon R. E. HOTT. M tW
navy recruiting station at Buffalo. ,„„,,.„»
Assistant Surgeon , H. A. GARRISON. che t^
from th« naval station. Guam; home to
Pay DincUr H. F. DRURT. dctlchod from
charge of the nary ny •»* Newport .
home: placed upon retired list from a"
Art*«t*»t Paymaster R. K. VAN MATER, de
ta-heri from the Albatross; home to awan
Astistant S 'paymaster J. F. rvMARA. £« i! \ < *' (J
from the navy yard. Charleston; to the A.Da
tress.
MOVEMENTS OF WARSHIPS.— The fol
lowing movements of vessels have been re
ported to the Navy Department:
ARRIVED.
June 25 — P.ilem. at Psr Harbor. ■'-
June 26 — Ozark. the Patapsco and the Mo
hawk, at Washington: the South Dakota, at
1 Va!paralso: the Nanshan,,at Shanghai; tne
Cronipuis. the Pike, the Fortune and tne
Justin, at flan Pedro.
June — The Charleston, at Cfce-Foo.
SAILED.
June — The Brutus, from N'ewpcrt News for
* Culehra. , , _ _
June 25— The Charleston, from Nagasaki for Che
Foo; the New York, from Alexandria fcr Fort
Said; the Castlne, from navy yard. New
York for Boston; the Reid and the Smitn.
from Newport for New London; the OzarK.
the Patapsco arid the Mohawk, from Nor
folk for Washington; the Strlngham. tn'
ilacDonouph and the Bailey, frcin Notfo«
for Annapolis: the South Dakota, from Tai
cahuano for Valparaiso; the Hector, from mo
de Janeiro for Hampton Roads. irt-2
Jim« 2H— The Ycrktown, from Astoria for vic
toria; the New Orleans, from Shanghai tor
Nanking; the Prometheus, from San Fran
cisco for Honolulu. , -„
June 27— Dos Moines, from Monrovia for
Cape Palmas.
MOB OUT AFTER ASSAILANT
Jersey Officers Also Hunt Fugitive to
Save Him from Crowd.
Paterson, N. .T.. Juno (Special). '>n
stables and a mob of men are scouring the
mountains above Haskels. in the upp«"
part of Fassaic County, for Sahino De Vito,
a laborer In the powder works, who assault
ed Felix Paccprrfli with an axe yesterday,
crufhinjr his skull. The injured man will
die.
Facrerrili was known as the leader of a
band of eipht Italians who have caused a
reign of terror in the neighborhood. They
attacked De Vito on his way home on Sat
urday night. Yesterday morning De Vito
found the leader alone and wielded the axe
from behind. The crowd is made up of
friends of the dying man. who swear ven
geance, but the constables are prepared to
resist them, and a fight between the mob
and the of3cer3 is looked for.
WOMAN IN AUTO CRASH DIES.
Carrrden, N. J-. June 27.-Mrs. Jacob G.
Bloch. of Cape May. who was taken to tho
Cooper Hospital here after an automobile
accident near Cape May yesterday, died to
day from her injuries. Btrtt Bloch was
operating a runabout car, her husband
occupying the seat beside her, when the
steering gear broke and the car dashed into
a telegraph pole. Mr. Bloch has concupslon
of tho brain.
RESORTS.
NEW JERSEY.
MOXMOUTH BEACH INN,
MOXMOITH BEACH. NEW JERSEi.
GEORGE W. AVERT. Manager,
Late with Hotel Astor. New York.
Entirely new management. Delightfully lo
cated in an exclusive cottage colony: com
pletely refurnished arid brought up to date.
New elevator: now private baths; new $30,000
bathing- pavilion with swimming pool. Casino
with dancing floor and stage. New fireproof
garage; new 6team laundry: new ice machine;
' new Grill room, open until midnight. Excep-
I tional French cuisine. Artistic orchestral mu
stc All amusements. New tennis courts.
Rooms in annex at water's edge. Twelve cot
tare* for prlvate_jo£cupancy. NOW OPEN. _
THE NEW lONHOOTH
SPRING LAKE BEACH,* H. J.
Now Open for the Season
Automoblllng, riding, driving:, tennis, golf.
canoeing. s*>a bathfne. sailing, fishing.
275 ROOMS. 200 BATHS.
FRANK F. SHITE. Manager.
THE ALLAIRE, . Spri 5? al:e -
Directly on beach. Booklet. E. M. Richardson.
EALEN HALL
H(STEfc™SANAToR!UMS'«.'J
Owing to our Tonic and Curative Baths,
our Elegant Comfort and Exceptional
Table and Service, we are always busy.
I F. L. YOOISIG, Gen'l Manager.
_JNN_Y^ Office, 1122 Broadway.
liOTELOStEMD, 4118 !!!^"'
Whole Block Ocean front. New throughout ;
I enlarged and remodelled. Capacity 500; hot
and cold sea water baths; spacious perches
I overlook Ocean and Boardwalk; orchestra; tabl«
j and service of highest standard. $3 daily and
up, American plan; special weekly. Booklet.
Electric coach meets trains. D. P. RAHTER.
Come to Atlantic City and enjoy the delight*
of the Sea Eliore in June and July, combined
with the comforts and conveniences which this
famous All-the-year resort has to offer.
Hotel Dennis
with everything modern, is always open and
maintains an unobstructed ocean view.
. WALTER J. 807.8 Y.
HOTEL MORTON
VIRGINIA AYE.. NEAR BEACH.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
,Open all the year. Fine table. Suites wlt*>
private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
sanitary arrangements. Klcvator to all floor*.
Special rates for winter. Capacity 250.
Mrs. N. R. HAIN'ES. Owner and Pron--f»to»
GBarl6oroß(|l)=stenMni
ATLANTIC ClTYl* N. J.
Jos:ar> White A 8on» Company.
THE FENiMBRE, is rk
Now open for ilfith season. For booklet, rates,
etc.. address TH< NO OLE. «
HOTEL BRUNSWICK
ASBI'RY PARK. N. J.
Highest standard of excellence maintained.
For reservations, rates, booklets, etc.. address
j Mor.;.. n .<■ PARSONS.
tJUT HI. *1 <► \ M IH,
ASBUHV PARK. m. J.
DIRECTLY ON THE BRACH.
Modernized. Booklet. «M. APPLEGATE. Prop.
Grand Avenue Hotel Sp b eS r a,rt rr h X ;- ££
Accommodations for 200 guests. Special
rates for June and September. Booklet. Phone.
JOHN HUBBARP. Prop.
THE BRISTOL AM) BFXVETIERE.
Direct ocean front, Asbury Park. N. J. Pri
vate baths; superior service and cuisine; spa
cious verandas; elevator; music; capacity 400.
BANT A & HILYARD.
HOTEL SCARBORO
LONG BRANCH. N. J. OPEN JUNE 1.
Terms and particulars on application.
LOUIS V. KAHN. Prop.
NK'A YORK
Garden City Hotel
Gnrden City. Long: Island.
18 Mil** rrom New York. Open all year.
A HIGH CLASS BIODKKS HOTEL.
REFUTED AND EXCLUSIVE.
New & la Cart* Restaurant.
3. J. LASMN co.mpaxv. props.
Edgcmcre Club
HOTEL,
KOGEMEni!. 1.. 1..
AMERICA'S MOST SELECT RESORT
DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN.
NOW OPEN.
ALEXANDRIA BAY. N. Y.
THOUSAND ISLAND HOUSE
O. G. STAPLES. Prop. Opens June 23.
For eng;iK<-!UPnt of rooms apply 10 . ■"-■--
HARRY J. PEARSON,
Prince Georgq Hotel. 14 Bast 2Sth St.. N. T.
THE COLUMBIAN
1000 ISLAND PARK. St. Lawrence River. N. T.
— The best located and most attractive hotel
among the Thousand Islands; excellent rul
1 ilne. Orchestra. an<* all amutementi. Open
June 15. Booklet. L. A. JOHNSON. Pro*.
RESORTS.
Get These Two Books
"Marthas Vineyard" & "Nantackef
They picture and describe the
summer pleasures at these quaint
Islands in the Ocean
M "Where Summer is , -fflY
l/Rim? Five Septembers Long" . , it 1 * 1
ILV/v>wi They're free. Call. Phone or Write firfi^L
'rqffSL) TTi*»v're fre^ Call, Phonp or Write VI ■*L
VjfflF H. L.. STOCKING, City Ticket Agent , J IYJp,Z?'
*-*"' 171 Broadway, New York City-. ' '
NEW YORK.
THE
f~** 1 • "1! II •
Catskill Mountains
noted for plctnresqne and romantic
scenery. The glorious air. the masjnlfl
;ent views and comfortable accommo
lations are a great attraction in this
mountain region, which Is a paradise for
children and a sanitarium for every
body.
HIE ULSTER & DELAWARE B. R.
In connection with We«t Shore and
Pennsylvania Railroads form th only
ill rail through car line between Phila-
Jelphfa. Jersey City. New York and all
points in this . famous mountain region.
Full summer schedule now fn effect.
Four solid through trains to and from
Spit York on week days, also special
Sunday service.
An illustrated Summer Book with
msp of the Cat?k.!ls and list of hotels
and boaralng houses will he sent free on
receipt of 8 cents postage.
N. A. SIMS,
General Passenger Agent.
Kingston. .V Y.
THE CiRAND HOTEL
CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
NOW OPEN.
Located on mail, line of the Ulster
md Delaware R. R. Altitude over 2.000
eet. Through coach and drawing room
rar service frcm New York direct to
lotel grounds.
Passenger elevator to all floors. Rooms
singly or en suite, with rrtvate bath,
service and cuisine unexcelled. Booklet.
For terms and full information, ad
iress The GRAND HOTEL COMPANi,
Highmount P. 0.. N. Y.
mmspsss
\ "Queen of the Calskills**
ttmmf Elevation 1.800 feet. Cool, dry
fJ^V . ::..?:■. Pure mountain water. *■>
FisMns golf and baseball grounds; ail Cx
amusements, all city improvements Oft
Booklets and Information of hotels. «i
cottars routes, etc.. at ll?0 Broadway. |W
New York. L. E. TRIMM, Rep. Phone W\.
474.« Mad; . I
GRANT HOUSE
Catskill, N. Y. P. O. CorneU, Mgr.
Accom 300 Illustrat'-d Booklet. Rates moderate
EXCURSION 4TH OF JULY
THE REXMERE,
Stamford-in-the-Catsk'lls. Now Oper..
Private course. Boating. Dally concerts,
etc 40 suites', with bath. Elevators. For booklets
address MOFFATT & PECK. Stamford. N. T.
THE CLAREMONT^ al T r New
house; for 73; electric li«ht; tennis; golt. Cir
cular. BAM I Kl. B. KISK i CO.
THE COLI ['MI»IA>. -Finest location In the
Eastern Catskills. Large shaded grounds;
rrand scenery; refined guests. Send for book
let Terms. «!> to «U a woek. This place will
please you. H. K. LTOX. Prop.. Purling. N. T.
HOTEL CRAMATAN
LA WHENCE PARK. BRONX VII. f.E. If. Y.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
260 Rooms. 120 Private Baths.
Exceptional Cuisine.
Electric Train Service^ 2B Minute*. Lawrence
Park Country Club; fine new clubhouse and
got* course- ten minutes' walk. Tennis and all
outdoor sports and attractions. New fireproof
garajr<». Hotel Gramatan. Inc.. Props.
" RIVER VIEW MANOR LODGE
(Old Flower Alans!.. n> Dobbs Ferry. N. T.
High Class Hotel and Restaurant.
Situated un a. magnificent estate, overlooking
Hudson. Fine large rooms. American or Euro
pean Plan. Tel.. 245 Dobbs Ferry. ;
AVTROSVACK3.
The Summer Home of Refined People.
SARANIG INN
AND COTTAGES
mm SAKANAC TAKE. ADIRONDACKS.
NOW OPEN
Golf. Tennis and all Adirondack attractions.
M. C. MARSHALL. Mirr.. Upper saranae . N. Y.
" COTTAGES AND CAMPS TO RENT.
WESTPORT INN
AT WESTPORT. N. T.. OX
LAKE CHAMPLAIN
ADIRONDACKS
Attractive cottages in connection.
BOOKLKT. H. P. SMITH. Manager.
Also ManagPr Trig Foothills. NordhofT. CSS.
TREMBLEAU HALL,
On Lake Champlain. Fort Kent. N. Y.
Ideal location; 60 feet above level of
lake- pine strove; broad piazza; rooms large
and 'well furnished: all modern conveni
ences; excellent table and service*; boat
lnc bathin.* and fishing, casino: also cot
taee* to rent. Now addition; remodeled
throughout: new d'ning room: pnvat*
baths? new suites. FARREI.I. * ADGATE,
PAUL SMITH'S
IN THE
ADIRONDACKS
OSGOOD AND ST. REGIS CHAIN OF
LAKES. Through train service day aM
■light. New York Central Lines — Paul
Smiths Railway. Direct wires— Xew *ork
Stock ha nee.
TH'rWAWBEEK
(Hotel and Cottage*) *-'
Will open on June 24th for the Thirteenth
season under same management. Most com
fortable and Homelike, Private cottages
•with hotel service. Tab!* will be kept at
!,i"l hUh standard. Rooms with bath,
Special terms for full season. Rustic Grill.
Send for booklet HT y
M ORLEY'S
Hotel sn«l cottages In the heart of the Adiron-.
dacks overlooking two of th© moil beautiful
lakes In the region. Trout fishing, bass flshin*.
boatlnx. bathing, bowling, pool tennis, mu*lc.
house physician. sanltdry plumbing, pure spring
water. No pulmonary invalids- ArtUtlo cata-
JIOKi'eT'F. : ION Pleasant. Hamilton Co.. K. T.
"THE WINDSOR
APIHOXDACKS.
ri.l/\BKTH I N. T.
A modern hotel In the most beautiful sec
tion of the Adirondack*. Rooms en suite, with
private bath. Orchestra. On'.f Hr.k*. Official
hatel A C. A. and A. A. A. i.ar s s Garags-
Illustrated booklet on application.
ORUAXPO KELLOGO * SON.
I PEER'S HEAD INN. ■ !
In the Heart of the Adirondack!. ■
KlUabethtown. X. Y. 1
Famed for healthful and Invigorating ■
climate. No malaria. Station for mem- m
bera of A. A. A.. A. C. A. and T. C. A. ■
Inrit*" Knragc. Finest golf eoursa in ■
mountains. Open June I to Not. 15. ■
Booklets. B. F. STETSON. Prop. 1
SKSS&S?' THE ALGONQUIN
ON LOW A4KAMA< - LAKE.
Open Juno 10th to Oct. Int. Small mouth Black
li.i«s Flshlnjc beijln* June 13th. The finest in
the country. Poitnfflce and Telesmph Addr»s».
JOHN HARDING. Algonquin. N. Y. BookUu
"MOUNTAIN AND TARE RESORTS"
la the name of the Lackawanna Railread*a
beautifully illustrated Summer Book. Fr»» at
Lackawanna Ticket om»«u« in New York.
Biuoklj-n and Newark
RESORTS.
NFV» YORK.
It's Cool Now
at
SARATOGA
SPRINGS
New Tori SUte'* Mistral Si>Hb* Rwrt t&m
Mountain and Lake Resort at
tractions, city conveniences, cos- -
mopolitan visitors, 280 hotels
and boarding places and 400 fur
nished cottages.
Sparkling Mineral Water.
Pure Monntain Air. Day
excursions to Lake George
and Adirondack Mountain
Resorts. A free convention
hall seating 5,000 people.
Reached via New York Central Lines
and Delaware & Hudson R. R.
We will find you a furnished ecttsgo,
boarding place, send yon literature
and complete information. Address
PUBLICITY COMMISSION
Room 4, The Arcade. Saratov Springs. New YorS
Spenb 4tb
at Saratoga .
<sran<> "Union
off*!-* special irrtrn'-entenf.T to person*
tonkins a brief rscatlos. A^Jren
WOOLLET A GERRAXS, Proprietor*.
Saratoga Springs. New lor*.
•J^T, Through Pullman service to
KJp LAKE GEORGE.
JJt** Fast trains at ronvenlgnMtogrj^
CONNECTICUT.
THE GRISWOLD
EASTERN POINT.
NEW LONDON, CONN.
XOff O'ff.S.
FINEST SEASHORE RESORT IN AMERICA,
2Vs hours from New Tork.
Unequalled Sailing. Bathing. Automobllins>
Driving. Tennis. Goir. Dancing.
Lor? distance telephone la every room.
For Booklet. Rates. &c. Address
"W. J. FLEMING. Mgr.
Also Msr. The Bellevlew. Brilrair. Fl». v
EDGEWOOD INN
(Greenwich on the Sound), Com.
season May -'.Sill to October 13th.
New Ttori OClce. Town and Country Bureau.
SBt» Fifth avenue.
23 miles from New York; 45 minuter rld».
Superior stables and new, u£-to-dat» garaga
,~ this season.
New Colonial Tea Rooms; Casino: Go:::
Tennis: Bowlfng: Music Daily.
D. P. SVitPSOX. Manager.
OTEL BERKSHIRE. 1.200 feet aDove sea
level. Opens Mar. 1. sptinir season. R#
duc-d rates. Lake 5 miles Ion?. Golf. t-r.EI».
flshlns. dancing, woods and music. Writ* for
catalog. Address Lltchneld. Conn ;
PF.NN-W V \
WfITER GflP KOUSE
The Mountain Para--.
DELAWARE WATER <iVP. PA.
Remains open to December. Lminestionably
the leading and finest hotel in this region for
those who seek the best in appointment.
cntsfne service, comfort arid location. Every.
Indoor entertainment and outdoor pastime.
SD*c:al early season rates. Booklet of camera
views and Auto Maps mailed. Fourth Reason.
John pi:rdt_cope. _ .
THE KITTATINNY
Th« leading hotel at Delaware Water Ga»
Pa Every convenience and amusement. Sad
dle" horses and instructors. Writ* for booklet
ilu wins hotel, auto map?, etc. copß .
•ncwiiiß v FRANK COPB.
THE KITTATINNT Is not connected wltH
■ny other hotel at the Water Gap.
M\\(\K\ t-IIITXK IIOt'SE. on a beautiful
island in th« Delaware: always cool; excel
lent table; modern conveniences: gas; ,no
mosquitoes. Danclns. «shlnfr. bathlnK.boa.tlnj.
pooL $10 a week up. Further particulars.
pooi. »iv BRISBANE. Mr Bethel. Pa.
ESSiCK II EIGHTS. PE»A.
THS ESSICK— 2,BOO feet in th» Allejtheales;
eottasf!" eteara heat, electric lisbt; golf. casU:o»
Unnts. fishing Bookie^.
NEW SPRUCE OABIX INN
Where you can eaten trout. Rooms «a «i»tj ana
with private baths. Booklet. W. J. * 1C D.
PRICK. Canadensla. Pocono Mt>. >*«- —
MASSACHUSETTS.
Berkshire Hills
THE MAPLEWOOO
FITTSFIELD. BERKSHIRE CO.. lIAS 3.
NOW OPEN.
Send for 1910 Booklet and Aut > Road Hi*.
ARTHUR W PLUMB.
THE NANEPASHEMET
MARBI-KHFAH \ECK. MASS. . Finest Uxrv.
. 'ion on North Shore. Yachtins Fl.tl»r fe ß«h-
Ing. Every room organ^vtgvc^ E. G- BROvv >.
IMF OKEESOCK INN. LEE. SS»S — Th*
I iferkslilre* nort homelike iMglj accom
1 modation for motoring parties. Address M. C
! SAVAGE. Manager. V*o, Mjis*
~~~ NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Social a.ii
Scenic
Centra
No Hay Few
Saddle
Horns
Motor Gars
for Hirs
Many -New Prl».«»«- B «< l'* AU© Plat* GUM
Window » added.
PRIVATE COTTAGE* TO RENT.
Booklet MAPI 'WOOD. BETHLEHEM. N. K.
V v Offlve. 1180 B'way. Leon H. CUley. M*r.
WAUMBEK
AMI COTTAGES.
Jefferson. N. H.. In the Whit© Mountains.
NOW OPEN.
1? hole golf course on famous scenic, ant*
routes. Detached family cottars completely
furnished, with hotel service. Address
CHARLES V. MURPHY. Manager.
VERMONT.
VERMOMT VACATION RESORTS.
IM\ Page Illustrated Book. Full information
la regard to Snmmer Resorts In Vermont and
•bores Lake (i:impialn with hotel, farm and
village home accommodations. Prices $T p«r
wee* and up. Pend •?«. stamp* for maUinr.
■-■••' . HOMES. No. 57. 355 Broad
tvay. Xew Tor*. .
the Glenwood :"V.i-'^
C Ilt# UiCllfff UUU lake: bomoseslv.
HydeTille. Vt. Bates $» to $I*. W. C. MOUND.
I'rop^
" " LAKK rom, sees. vt.
PROSPECT HOUSE.
Sanitary plumbing; electric lights; ■SV^SJSS
milk, cream, vegetables from hcrtel rarm.
Booklet. H. B. ELU3. M*r.
,michu;a:;.
MT. CLEMENS, MICH.
Mineral Baths run. Rheumatism MM Xer*
vous and Blood Diseases. II lust, Guide Free.
Write F. R. EASTMAN. Mt. Clemens. Mich.
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTION'S
for The Tribune received II thHr Uptown
Office. No. 1564 Broadway, between 36tti and
STih sts.. until 0 o'clock p. m. Advertisements
received at the following brancfc office* at r»*
u!ar office rates until o'clock t». m.. v t£. «M 4
Bth aye.. ». «. cor. 23d st.; lfl< «th av*l c* o .
12 1 «.; 104 E«at 14th •*.; 187 Was? 424 ?C
5
l-S:H3;-f
Gun Girt
I Gasins
' Gang}
Symphony
Orchestra
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