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G?FFORD JURY OUT;
VERDICT IN DOUBT
jurors ' ockcd Up for the
Night After Long
Deliberation.
PEI M v EAKENS
PRISONER'S HOPE
for Instructions Ro
? . ?ting Guilt
in Second Degree.
i
?Utll
:harge ended
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OSS.
-
Iur\ Retires.
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ummary of
"omr.
Mr. Jerome
- ir '.or and
. to con
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mean
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Jurors \sk Instructions.
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on ?.
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KILLS EIGHT MEN;
MAKES 3 ESCAPES
Texas Negro Slays with \\e
He Believed Accused
Him of Horse Theft.
I a'
?large.
: here
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GIFT TO EMPLOYES
IS LIFE INSURANCE
Methodist tucen ?j?v es
Policy EqvalHag Year s
Salary to 400
i ariaa of
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BOLT KILLS TWO AT RALLY
Senator Gore One of Speakers,
but Escapes Injury
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nding a po
enator
ems.
"rtinr,
ie rally
PRINCESS OF WIED FLEES
Departure from Albania Mar
Foreshadow Abdication,
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genei
W am
MRS. DUNLAP* SEEKS GEMS
Sues to Compel Government to
Return Seized Goods.
Lavender V. Du i arden
' ? ip, the
wealth
?' ? lay to com
" ? -- irnment to i
nrtieles o
- en she ret .
? rom Europe ?
1913, beca led ?,>
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> * that
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at ?:>7.ono.
ARREST MRS. ANGLE
IN BALLOU DEATH
? iiminned from imje 1
c roner reca "" ss I - *o the
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Wea
'od on
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I up?
g Ol
g
-
:he ironing boar
anda. I ' rnr'
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of it? 1
; must, under 1
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She Take? \rresi Calmly.
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ie dor
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attend?
I p. ...re.
? R. Ballou. the son of the dead
man. room. He
g to hear ' '
\s soon a- she ?aw him
.. ? .
.
a cruel or
mid not say
?
it
Ha..ou, who prr
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private, made no
relea-" . I from the
Downs said no
?
"If. however," he ?
-??asonable tin.? I a 11
art bes
ie inquest beg i
,.
??nt to te
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'an : ?
which has
..... ? nflu
7 her.
?
trial, I ad
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ibn ? to ?
? omng."
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H /met -
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[)r. V ?
'he apar' n ? I r? .n
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?muai ' .'ie nque I
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FIRE AND EXPLOSION
WRECK GAS PLANT
Tarrytown Shaken b\ Blast?
Threatening F lames (?on
trolled with Difficulty.
i ? a'i exp
<? ga.H manufacturing plant
?
? y a ga? mi
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I- or tw? emen
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tage?
n
and ib?- ga?o
.
I
boat?
I
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I he
damag? ? ? . -, ?mo,
HORSEMAN SAVED BY AUTO
Man and Wife in Car Beat Oft
Infuriated Mount.
; Inn-?
- '.roene.
'i a serious cond
Ch a'laeked
'
end bitmi .
Ir and
? E Eakiii ?
- the moior car and emplov
- ' : Irivins
'"' h .nial from his ?
v\ hin th.- Eakins appeared in
roenred a
I re'nau.ed
? ,- -inio
??ar e'-.ouch
Mrs. Eakin best 'He anima
. ?
...
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nto th.
led fa
FIVE KILLED BY
SEWER CAVE-IN
Several Others Narrowly
Escape?Dug Out of
Bayonne Pit.
?eman. am
?v fa on o ir ???: . "thir?
teen ni|
>nne. X. .1 . par!
'
wer? bed!; ii i I
Hm
Snd New Jersey Con
".\iil*er Mumby,
the r j an, wa.? in his or* ?
'haft, when he
heard *ne ? , <? ' the cave-in. He
??ie mouth of 'he ?na'' and
found ?hat fifteen feel of earth and a
bowlder weighing more than ten
slipped 'rom *'ne s:ue. The
were immc
feet
of the men ha -uioui
escape, be
.... ? |. .
gang
foreman hi I
The re?o j?H men ha
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The ihafl
ameter. h
? fhurs
WOODS REVEAL
TRIPLE TRAGEDY
Atlanta Carpenter Murders Wife
and Mother-in-Law and
Kills Himself
V - . ? ;? ; .
.nil in
lo-dajr. Th?
F. Bennett, a carpenter: Mr?.
?
Ben
* nvesl .?-. on by th? < ?
forcing "
l du
? ten lured ner ?
lay s
- His
_- '?.
? ght
. ? . . ?
. stomp
near h
? m:' Bennetl
Triple .. -of inter
? ei ., '??
r-in-law a^
NEW HAVEN ROAD
CALLS EXTRA GUARD
Third Attempt in Month to
Wreck Federal Flier-Every
Precaution Taken.
Ban Is a n
?
Haver, ron
.. ??
i a month, and the ail
v Haven mam line eatpr,
?Ute dot ore I
-, . rat on
comee
who * g the yards and main
la aad night
the W01 ? not
? ***ell
e fact 1 :.?' one cos
? ... . ? i .. sBtenco a' th?
-e Reformatory, and the
i
.. . ? ?its perns', and
- ??? ' ' ous ??''
? rioui? accident.'.
b i deaths ba
The
enees, tii
I jatnmi
? ? awitehos.
a atte . the Dan
. ? --? oocarreii
?
OOnd from Wa i Bos
. ?! th rough there. That the
; w th the
- iients of 'he :..
,r they ' lok the el
portunity th.s morning to place -
Maple a-.-.
the d ' -m had le I
?
The SI) e-tra fre |
, preceded be express
??..-?- a l
h a few r .
.- ?tation. Although
and ntered
'or a distan?.' several hundred
laepai ? ", 'lie Federal ??'"?
? ravellers bound
agiaad ?hure re ??
Huerta Kin Begin Flight.
B
., Cil deneral Mario
Mtaerta
e creta ry of < ommcrcc and
i . atari for Puerto
-.1 I.mope
of broth? I.
depai teil Foi PuerU
pagne, of th? ? ompisgas ?jenerale
'I lansatlaniinue, for France.
REBELS THREATEN
A BRITISH CITIZEN
Fearing Another Benton
Case. U. S. Consul Stops
Court Martial.
CHARGE IS HELPING
DEFEND ZACATECAS
Villa Says He Hopes for Adjust?
ment of His Differences
with Carranza.
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ma", wai ?ii der arrest
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the [<-.,
incide , . ? ?
ope.
H. C the 1 ? msul
g ?
s aeren I
? -in of ? ti" Douglas c.\ '?
I ? 'lean
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x ' ? B< lere?!
I
ra~. a. ad to
deve opmont? 'rom T ?
It onali?f '.<?.
trill confer to-morrnrv. From all sides
?ame sxprei lioni of , oi ?
"a?.* a temnorarv eemprom
< a_rran:'.a and \ lid be effected.
The Villa troops adm."
been placed in a pre.ueament by ? 'ar?
ranca'- appannt refusal
hand in supplying necessarv mur.
General Obregon, weal norial
eomma ?SI
he -.vas s?
? ? eonfennce at T?irreon.
IBcull
?o perfect
'
enting
far ai
npn ?
i.mander in eh i? Hie effort
Carrait
iblei
com?? their own
?
im he
il ?n accord.
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confennees to n
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'At sii
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n why
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'., ' '.ere.
WILSON PRAISES
PEACE DELEGATES
U ashingtoi Believes Conference
Work of Lamar and Leh?
mann Finished.
?
P. ashington, July 3 Jusi
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- ???? i H .-.. -. ills, ' ?n-...
- .??
and had COD S Pi
meet
r wit
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House m? re ? ? ards an,I
.?
returned.
offi'-e
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g them '? th great cordial.'
I
"I .-, es
-'
a gara
He tool? ? '
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He e-.--? ee then ? a mon
e that
M r, Lehms
:
I- i genenlly considered hen
?. .,
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Mr. the Arg?
expect ' i -" ,n te-mor
row, and it
.
?t? in an effoM to pi
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.- I the Huei
???
??i pressed tha
? ,
get together, bul l
.
rig -and men, i that
! never ?'lid ?Jei?
to deal. - " ??rto ?i
, . no need -,
ranza lea i I ' '? :- .erta.who is noth
: ?
is ?bout to fa'.;
TWO DEATHS DUE
TO "SANE FOURTH"
Chicago Bo>s Find Abandoned
Fireworks and Are Killed
by Explosion.
Chicago, July 8. Lawrence But er
day of
bum.?, eaused by exploding
? - ? '?
.- 'saner
men'.
The
t at the abandoned pian*, of
paay busi
nnerorka laws
id They dug up th? be?
, wagon? end elimbed on the load.
^ , P-., on, th? ?'a i-e of which is
UtlKl,. ' ?d,
The bo ? ?ere Cbicag? I lint fourth
_
U S. May Buy Leper Hospital.
Beaten, Jal) 1 The peseibl? a?
n by tha fedora! ge eran
?he -t?te I.ener Hospital on I'e
tie as a national 1 on
lopen is -..nder discussion in medical
,.irr|r, ,? ?ma learned I I
ialand '"rn "ntr?*nr'' 'n
....,, ord Th? '?'?? "" l",'?' for
? , r .. abli lied 'here B?SVM or
eight -.ear- ?go
DEAD MEN NAMED IN-AC
Land Release Deals with Tvx
tees Long in Graves.
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??
l ?
pre led to thi
me ? o:
I
h esterd
I ? placed
??i he -
. no on
ised
ii less a fair .>
, ,- ?? -?a ? onee ,-?>,,, .
I., ijf
fing, J. H? I Alle?
and d
l
?
-?? improving
;oo et;
rey I. House', its eoun
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tees in r|
I
HOPES HIGH FOR
REBEL HARMON
Villa's Conference wit
Carranza May Heal
the Breach.
Hi
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ting
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?i p
? .? IS uraii
reach
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? Torre?n dispatches ai;?
to atte
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T ?
'.'Hie
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pmenl
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for mo
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ear? of
...
greet
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1 ?i-i-h-.: a ? '
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sctions ap|
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lays.
HUERTA LETS MOHENO Gi
Minister Denies Friction Ove
Oil Caused Retirem?-st.
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of < ommerce and Ii
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pre?'
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me.
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HUERTA LET'S FLAGS FLY
Warns Mexico City Soldiers tc
Protect Americans To-Day.
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that
..
are
Gov
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? by ?
ha sen? ' gam i I
the mai
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$50 SHE GAVE LAD
GROWS TO $50,000
Newbur^h Woman Gets Check
from Man She Befriended
Korty Years %go.
elei i.
rgh, N. V.. July .'!.
lohn Patto
a oh -? . Sew fork
I?
osned," ??? ltd - is 'le
To- lay Pal good a
?
Ii ???! in \\ r lands.
.??.m had n?
.t month ago. ami only 'hen to
Kampe d< ?
her unex
?
it" investit
.
.,'
? ath.
It j| u
-, ,, ; 'vHinpe.
>.? reeet' ed
the eh
$100 FOR BULLETS
TO MEET QUEEN'S
Dr. Gertrude Kelly Gives
This Sum to Help Arm
Irish Home Rulers.
EGAN SAYS KING'S
WIFE IS HOSTILE
Former Minister to Chili Pre?
sides at Meeting of League
to Raise Funds
? - measure? wen
? ? ;ght at a meeting Ses
York ?x-ci' ive eemm ttee
: fri'h League 'o respond
ISUed by John 1
leader of the Irish pari
? tient, 'or fui ? l
olua
land.
Pat ? , ormer I'"
iter to Ch
and read 'he appe?! received "'rom *he
"ader of "he Ir -
?hat grm ?? dang : the
Rule mnvrmM', ov?
?ge, and tha' th? -?
ii.,1 ni it? ''rom the
Morth
ganixed
on and the '
-
measu n
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Queen Ho?nile
ipponent ? s
aid of the a
nrmv officers and ?pread led
' ie rs ' - the 1
? n 1er, "but th? ? d of th
?hi been used. The noble
COU1? are
g ? fluenee te bear, and
d in a dea?
lt 'he
the mes
tile i
neees
? ? g manhood of
-?.
Irish neop ?
? i : h e
Dr Gerl rude Kel ly, of 5?
-
rgi at
. ted wa ..
?
? h ich was
pted.
?
men airains- Irish lib
?
lit." ?aid Pr.
K talks, and here
. mee'
ng. i
of the eha.rman. Her
-
.... ?
*i. wa - - s .
rland also introd
inimou
adoi ?
?eland
- ' thin the
?
n answer I
at st, under a
i
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-
Religion Not the t.'aune.
'ormer
resent trouble in It
r
tend by ?
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James Ha
g
mat
, ah ?? ?
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?Vor
ed 'iah 1 eag ?
ELOPERS LOCATED
ON QUEBEC TRAIN
Fern Haitian. Who Fled \uth the
Family Chauffeur. Disin?
herited by Father.
?
ruly 3. F-rn Hal ai i t
ar-old B" I _? . and
Louis Eisman, her father's eh? iff i
? -
? i ^ ng ron Mont ? ?
Quebec
.
? ? n on
a aistei
I - .?? them suspicioua, so
.ra a ai R ehmoad, Q ?
: ? It the next I.i Mo
. ?
? rail.
Between Richmond ami St. Hy?
18] >ns ?rid?
>r they left I
lea of fleeing to Montreal an?|
: -??, ' .,, of Q'iebe,
Haitian, of Arlington am:
.
? . q tab? c pe ee I i? t
catchmg them in t
i h ?
;ghter as long a
t wa ? .
r. of Fern H :
ie chauffeur was well known in
Eisman is said to hs
friend?: "The girl
??! a'i offering a reward of 1100,"
-ad to-day.
ading to the whereabouts of my
; want her
me home, and I will pay tha: n
? who c?n toll us where
? it W? may ge' bei
NEAR DEATH FROM NAIL
Lineman Mends Shoes and
Steps on Live Wire.
- ii-- i A aail whi :n
he had placed in the rubber sole of ins
.
: neman, a h?n he itepp? I i
? rieitj here
He fell o<
and hung ? ? 'he ground
for an hour befor? dsBoarerod. I SgJ
?nd one trm ?ere severely It
AVIATION GETS 3 VICTIMb
Two Killed in France and
Third Dies in Holland.
I'nrnon'
lefroj, of th
?
Mirat. a eomrade, v^r?
a fall af
i
I y ?aja
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to-day fi
MILITANTS BURN MANSION
Residence Near Belfast He'd
Priceless Art Treasures
l
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to and burned ta the ground I
eovere
r l'an o I
? and Lord "' ,
? ears a d ?
timo a- a mem
city of Belfast.
The I
:n th? vicinity the cBStomar
e, but the>
escaped,
-???
FIGHTS HELL ? VTE
IN HER LONG SWIM
Nora Leahy. 19. Covers Eight
Miles from 84th St. t?i Clasoa's
Point. Bravinv? Dangers.
Miss Xor? Le
of Bath Beach,
ich ?he vv ?,
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Hook
?p/ith an hour
I
?
ind
.
she mi
rom in g .
?
?.round
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1 gnat.
MUTE PLEA COSTS $4.000
Woman's Verdict Cut Becauja
Jury Saw Her Crippled Son.
It eo? Mr?. Rose Bardell, of '.
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Beca . ?
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Th
. . ... e
*n mo'
Ha' .
CHILDREN SOB AT
ARCHDUKE'S BIER
Heartrending Scene ?n
Chapel Following the
Funeral Services.
AGED EMPEROR AND
HEIR AT SERVICES
Statesmen. Diplomats and Hijjh
Military and ( ivil Officials
in \ttendance.
Visi I?-1 ? ? -,
Hof
?
? -"duke Fras
"C. ar
were admitted x' ?? ? 4s
e? o'
their ? ' ,
ry had
? pel.
? were held n 'he af?
R in the pre?e
o'v hi"r te ' ??
\ .? Kruno ?
manv si areh
?
e.ihtarv and en d om
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llnlv Masic in \nihem.
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had
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During July and August this Store will be closed
ALL DAY SATURDAY; other days at 5 P. M.
pn.(l")ii>?.'nn.S.'a"a.
.. : e
A Complete Disposal of
Summer Stocks
At Mere Fractions of Former Prices
parti? :
Sheet Music Coupon.
In order to give our out ol town subscribers the benetit
o? the sheet music given away with the Sunday Tribune
in Greater New ^ ork only, this coupon and Jo will be
-pted lor one pic? e ol sheet music to subscribers of
The Tribune outside of Greater New York. Pir.nc ?gad
whether you desire vocal or instrumental.
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SHEET MUSIC DEPARTMENT,
New York Tribune
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