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BITOFRAINANDEOGBLOOKAD BITOFRAINANDEOGBLOOKADLUCAXIA BIT iri RAIN RAINLVC4NL4 I
LUCAXIA SENDS WIRELESS IVIlrEl SS WOR WORTHAT WORD IIOIJTHAT
1 THAT SUE 81ThCANT CANT GET IN ISCarpathU INi INCrpathl INCirpathl
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CarpathU With Ith Her Otitnlde Out de the thpllook ttwlookan ttwlookanProbably Hook an anProbably nd ndI
I Probably the St Paul Too TooSollthfrl TooSotitherlI Souther SoutherWind
1 Wind Iml Drive the Smoke Out of ofbut Towrbut Towr T01l1but
but Pile Up FOB Fo oS Over the Watri WatriIt Watcirained I Ih
h It rained rt ned last night just a little but butwaf4 I Iwas It
was 1111 the first rain since May May22and 22and 22 and there 1 1u Is IsI I IH
u I promise of more today A southerl southerlwind southerly southerlywind southerlwind
I wind from the regions of rain banishe banishethe banishedthe banishethe
the odor of burning wood from this neIglborhood neigh neighborhood neighborhood
borhood yesterday and the sun shone shonetlrne c ctimes at attimes
times as it does normally on an ILI ordlnar ordlnarday ordinary ordinaryday ordinarday
day In June The rain came at 10 P M MDense MDense MDense
Dense fog on the coast was one of th thaccompaniments the theaccompaniments thaccornpanimente
accompaniments of the change of wcatheiThe weather weather1nl weathe1hr
The atmosphere of the city Is often quit quitdlflerent quitdiflerent I IdlDlrent
dlflerent from that of the waters of th thliay the thlay
I Ioy
lay oy and sea A high rampart of fog am amtmoke and andemoke anprnoke
tmoke and dust hid everything afloat beloithe below belowthe hem hemthe
the Narrows after 1130 oclock yestorda yestordamorning YCflterdaymorning yeaterdamorning
morning while tho blue sky was showing showingitself showingItBeIC showtnit8elf
itself over the town townThe townTh townTho
The Th steamship Ble nu1hlp Kroonland of the Re ReBtar RM RMfilar ReI5tar
Btar Line was WMSIell wa seen at 1130 passing the th Hood Hoodcarving HOo Ho4carving k karvlng
carving a oounw UnO to Antwerp Then th thmist the themlsl thmist
mist curtain won wa rung down and it ftayiv ftayivdown taYld taYlddoWIJ tayi tayidown
down until untI101U 01U when It went up long onoig onoigto f enoigto > nolllh I Ito
to let thf th > > Handy Hook marine obaerver ubrverthe t tthe EIoC EIoCthE
the > Atlantic Transport liner Minneapoli Minneapolipassing I1innaplIlIJllUlSlI1g IlnneapoIIpaBeing
passing out bound for London LondonTh Ll1ndn1hf LndinThi
Th > Minneapolis reported to the MarcotfolkH Marcoc Marcocfolkw I
folkH by wiroleMi wlrolt that the I he Cunarder Lu Lucanla Lucania I Icanla
canla from Liverpool and Quienstown Quienstownhad
had been anchored outside the barslnci bnr Inca
2 P M Earlier In the day tho SoandinavianAmertcan Scandl ScandlnavianAmerican ScandinavianAmerican I
navianAmerican cteamship Hrkla in fronCopenhagen fron frolllCo frorCojwnhagen
Copenhagen Co nlulgen had reported rp rted the Lucanii Lucaniiand Iucanlaand Lucaniand
and the new Cuuardcr Carpathia at nncho nnchooff allcholall anchooff
off the Hook HookTho HookTbo HookThe
The Hekla drawing only about 1 1feet 18 18feet Ifeel
feet could afford to cut across the swashrepardlcHS swash sWll8hregardlml swaalregarIIo
repardlcHS of fogs and buoys buo Capt CaptMcKay CaptMBay Captdctiay
McKay of the Lucnnia which draws 2 2feet 28 28feet 2feet
feet or morn doubtless had heard b bwireless by hwireIes I
wireless of the mishap of the otttgoini otttgoiniDeutschland outgoinDeutachiand I
Deutschland and and deemed It prudent no noto not notto noto
to risk getting into the same plight so h hBtaved he htaved
Btaved outside outddethe outsideThe I
The 1 e Cnrpnthin also al o a deep draught ship shiplingered shipIingereci eht ehtllngered I
lingered outside out lde for the same reason reasonThe reaaonThe I i
The American liner St S Paul runorimoff runorim reported reportedall reporteloff I
off Nantucket In the early morning wai waidue wadue 1111 1111ciue
due at Sandy lnciy Hook before b fore sunset and prob probably probably probably
ably ably was wa as among the fleet at anchor there thereMr tbereMr thereIr
Mr Pierre Iorillard was wa oft of a alar larg largnumber larginumber e enumber <
number of folks awaiting the arrival of thi thiLucania t th thLucanla e eLucana
Lucania His wife ife is a passenger paacngerNEW passengerXEW palfIengerXEW
XEW CAItPATHIA HERE HERE18OOOTon HEREI HEREJ HERE15000Ton
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18OOOTon Conarder tar Second an anTtatrd and and1btrd sniThird
Third Cabin Paueniers Only OnlyThe Onl OnlThe OnlyThe
J The new Cunarder Carpathia A twin twinscrew twinflCrew twincrew
screw measuring 13555 tons and carrying carryintonly carryingonly carryinonly
only second and third class passengers passengersarrived pas8E1Ig6rsarrive paaaengerarrivea
arrived arrive yesterday from Liverpool anchor anchoring anchorlag
ing outride the bar in the mist and smoke smokeShe IImokeAbe smokeShe
She recently made a trip to Boston Till TlitI TillIs ThisIII
Is I her first appearance In this port Feat Feature Features Feature
ure ures of the thirdclass M compartment art artsmoking arePJDoking anmoking
smoking and Dd ladies rooms and fourbertr fourbertrand fourberthand fourberttand
and twoberth rooms with convenience convenienceusually conlnlencellusually convenlencwusually
usually found in the second cabins of ordl ordlnary ordinary ordlnary
nary liners The Carpathia will nail foi foiQueenstown forQUEenlltown foiQueenetowo
Queenstown and Liverpool on Tuesday Tuesdajafternoon Tuesdayfternoon Tuesdayafternoon
afternoonCOLLISION afternoon afternoonCOLLISIO fternoonCOLLISIOV
COLLISION I IN TilE SMOKE SMOKEVteamshlp SUOKEmahlp SMOKElteamahlp
Vteamshlp mahlp lilt a Schooner at t Vtaeya VtaeyaHaven Slne3rIlaenPuengers tnerd tnerdHaenPuIIt 1
Haven HaenPuIIt IlaenPuengers Passencers lera Hurt HurtWOODS IIlIrtWOODS IIirtWooDa
WOODS HOLE Hoi Mass June A IThe The steam steamihip steamahlp Bteamibip
ihip Marthas Vineyard which left Vine Vineyard Vlneram Vine7ard
yard Haven at 830 30 oclock this morningooUided morning morningcollided morningcollided
collided in coming out of the harbor wit witthe with withthe witIthe
the fishing flAbingscbooner flahlngschoonerSenatorSaliabury schooner Senator Salisbury lying lyinfat lyingat lyingat
at anchor Many passengers pas engen had narrow natronMcapes narroeecapes narrowcapes
Mcapes capes but buton1yonewatnJured only one was Injured eerlously seriouslyA eerlouslydenBe
A dense smoke prevailed and the staomei staomeiwas eteamerwaa I IWilli
was under half speed The steamer steamerbow ateamerbow I i
bow struck the chooner forward forwardTbe forwardTbe forwardThe
Tbe bowsprit of the fisherman raked ralcec1the rakedthe rakedthe
the steamer carrying away both the upper uppcand upperand upperand
and lower decks back to the paddle paddleboz paddlebozThe box boxThe
The fore rigging of the schooner be became became became ¬
came entangled In the wreckage and wr wrcarried wascrried wacarried
carried away awayRussell awayRurseilHancockof
Russell RurseilHancockof Hancock of Chilmark apassenge apassengeon a pallIengeron
on the steamer was injured badly ba l andother am amother and andother
other passengers unable to escape cape thialmost the thellweep theaweep
llweep of the schoonerlI schooncrs bowsprit were werewounded werewounded
wounded painfully The V8IIfJel8 fell apart apartalmost apartalmost
almost immediately after the collision an anthe and andthe andthe
the schooner drifted away in the smoke smokeXO smokeNO emokewo
XO FIRES NEAR EAR LAKE PLACID PLACIDNone PLACIDI PLACIDioDe PLACIDone I
None one Burning Within Wlthtnfle Five aye or Ten WIN Mlletor WINof 11le 11leor
or That Place PlaceBTEVEMB Place PlaeeBTEVJafI PlaceBvea
BTEVEMB HOUSE LAKE PLACID N NJune T TJune Ylune
June 6Mialeadlng 6 Misleading reporta are being beingprinted beingprinted beingprinted
printed regarding the situation in th thAdirondack the theAdirondack theAdirondack <
Adirondack mountains I have been here heretwo herej heretwo
j two days and can assure you that there are areno areI areno
I no foreet fires now burning within from fromfive fromve froweve
five ve to ten miles of Lake Placid The TheAdirondack TheAdirondack TheAdirondack
Adirondack Lodge which burned burnedlaat burnedlaatWedneedy last lastWednesday taatWednesday
Wednesday is ten miles from Lake PlacidThe Placid PlacidTbe Placidhe
The he mountains mountan around Lake Placid are areunharmed areunharmed arembarmed
unharmed There 1s no feeling of danger dangerlo
lo 1 this section now no and I am told that the thefires the1Irea theurea
fires are receding In the entire Adirondack Adirondackregion Adirondackregion dlrondackregion
region There was a no wind here yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayaDd yoetordayand
and there Is none today Not a building buildingin
in Lake Placid has been burned or seriously seriouslythreatened earicuelythreatened erlou 1y 1ythreatened
threatened GEORGE U DANIELS DANIELSIf DAlo1JW1WILL DAraieWILL
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If WILL ILL ATTEMPT TO MAKE RAl RAlPrat RAIN RtIVProf RAINProf
Prof Men Cettlne His Apparato In tnBhapr InlAIa Inshape
shape lAIa to operate P on Dr nebbt Preserve PreserveUIICA PraeneUTIC PreserveUrica
UIICA June 0 Arrangements have been beencompleted beencompleted beencompleted
completed between Prof Carl E Myers Myersaeronautic Myersaeronau Myersaeronautic
aeronautic aeronau tlo engineer of Frankfort and andMajor andMajor andMajor
Major E M Burns representing reprel entlng Dr W WBeward WSeward Wf
f Seward Webb whereby Prof Myers onTuesday on onTuesday onTueedy
Tuesday or Wednesday next will attempt attemptto
to induce a fall of rain over Dr Webbs Webbspreserve Webbsprel Webbspreserve
preserve prel en13 at Kehasane In the Adirondacks AdlrondacksProf AdirondacksPror AdirondacksProf
Prof Myers and his corps of o assistants assistantsape a slstantllIUe
ape working night and day getting the rain rainmaking rainmaking rainniaking
making apparatus apparatUJIln in shape The professor professoris
is having constructed two balloon bombs bombsone bombtone bombeone
one 10 feet and the other 12 feet In diam diameter diameter diametor ¬
eter The smaller one will hold a little over overBOO oerroo overlO
BOO lO cubic feet and the largo one about aboutL000
The twelvefoot twelvefcotbomb twelvefootbomb twolveCeotbomb
1000 000 feet of explosive gas
bomb is the size used in experiments experimentsmndo experimentsmade experimentsmade
made for the Government GovernmentIn GOf > rnment rnmentIn
In a conversation on the subject ubj of pro producing producing profticingrain ¬
ducing fticingrain rain Prof Myers said ald that tha tharaloweral tharaloweraltitude t a lower al altitude altnude ¬
titude In raln1 a hilly country from which to send sendup sendup cnciup
tho balloons which carry the explosives explosivesIs explollhis
up Is preferable The atmosphere Is denser denserand delllerand denserand
and there Is more opportunity for a suc succession 8UCcelslon succession ¬
cession of concussions in In what is commonly commonlyTh commonl commonlknown commonlyknown
known as II echoes Th Thill 1 hiM < u wfla wa waM demonstrated Atimnntitratfwiin demonstratedin
in Texas where tho earth a I surface was wasflat wall14t wasflat
and there thereIM was no echo or refunding of ofthe ofthl ofthe
flat with withother withother Ith Ithother
the air put in motion as a compared
other places lacCR which were mountainous or orduced orhilly orhilly
For the same reason the rise pro produeed produced
duced hilly in Texas was much less than in inWaKhimcton InWwhlntton inWashington
ofexplosive of ofexplosive oCnploslvo
Washington with the same amount
explosiveordinnrllv explosive nploslvoThl
The professor MY that the area areaordlnarllv areaordinarily
ordinarily nffected by the detonations is isfive Ishardlo ishardto
hardlo 1ltermlne In W Wsshlrwtnn hlnlton It was 11118flvc wasftvc
five miles square whllo hlln In the west est It cov covfrptt coveNd ccvered
three Stites Because one can never neverfeU nrvnrtell nevertell
feU eNd tell whK whllI Vh It Is going to o rain it is difficult difficultto
how much rain the detonations detonationsalways detonationsproducn detonationsproduca
to cay But thl this he knewIbal rain rainalw rainalways
always alw producn followed the effort 1fJlrttl to produce It ItTho ItTho ItThe
Tho experiments e pIrlment At Nehnsan9 NfhA lm not ne t week weekwill weekwill
will be watched with Ith great intorest Inns Inasmuch InMmuch Innsmuch ¬
much as many drougWstrickcn localities localitieswill localltlpswi1 localitieswill
will give ve thfl professor roCclOr jobs joblllf if he produces producesresult producesresult producesresults
result nt Dr Webb s park parkForeM parkForest parkForest
Forest Fires Clew Ioe to SyacuseSTRACUBE Syracuse SyracuseBYBACDSE STaCDseSYJlACV8E
BYBACDSE June June 6 eTho The forest fires have harecome havecome havecome
come close to this city The woods near nearConatantia nearConatl1t1a nearCoastantla
Conatantia are afire I ire and a fierce fire is re reported reported reported ¬
ported at West We t Munroe The sun has not notbeen notbeen notseen
been seen for two days owing to the amoke lItnokeaDIla atnokenda
At the 1001 1001wetbez locaiweather
haze Is overeverything over everything
aDIla nda
weather t tat1on on tpday day It w wea said aldtb aldtbwete there therewz
of rab ai
wete wz DO 12 tildJct1o
AMERICAN HUNTER IIUNTERLOT IIUNTERLOTgkeleton U JE1JUJ5T LOST LOSTSkeleton
I I8keirtoD
Skeleton of a Mrd Man Found In the Darn DarnDUtrtct Dumed DumedDbtrtct DunnDistrict
District of Canada CanadaST CnadLST nada nadaST
ST JOHN N B June 8 eWhile While flghtl flghtlforest tlgbtiug tlgbtiugfo fightinforest
forest fo t fires last laa night a crew ew of ofmen men in t temploy the theemploy ti tiemploy
employ of the Todd Lumber Company CompanyCharlotte t tCharlotte of ofCharlotte
Charlotte county found the skeleton of ofman ofman a aman
man In the woods near Cranberry Brook Brookthe Brookthe on onthe
the Canadian side of the border borderThe borderThe borderThe
The pockets of tho coat contained a Ian larBum large largesum Iansum
sum of money in t5 5 and lID 10 notes It w wevidently was wasevidently wievIdently
evidently the skeleton of an Amerlci Aponicsportsman Amerlcisportsman erlcan erlcansport
sportsman sportsmanFIRE sport sportsmanFlEW mnn mnnFIRE
FIRE SWEEPS 0E TOW TOWHopewrll TOJJII0pell1t TOWN TOWNflopewell
Hopewrll Cape N n Destroyed by b U UForwt the theFort ttForest
Fort Blaze DlazeST UI7ST BlazeSt
ST JOHN JO N N B June 8 eFurther Further dVai dVaitern duoMten dlsaters
tern resulting r ultlng from the forest fires arorported aroNn aroNnported arere arereported
ported Hopewell Cape the theshlretown ehlretown ehiretownAlbert i iAlbert at atAlLert
Albert county was a amoet most wiped out c cFriday on onFrl cFriday
Friday Frl ay Twentyone buildings Includir Includirthe including includingIhe Includirthe
the court house were destroyed The ne neoteamer new newFteamer nosteamer
steamer being beln bult bul t for the Petltcodlt PetltcodltRiver PeUtcodlaoRher PetltcodiiRiver
River service the old steamer Delta and andwharf andwharf a awhart
wharf were Iro also burned burnedThe burnedThe
The fire also crept Into the outskirts outskirtsIHllRtoro of of1Il1i1t1oro < iiIIllMoro I
IHllRtoro another Albert county onnt town towtbut townbllt towibut
but was w extinguished with a loss of one onetwo c ctwo or ortwo
two buildings Many clubhouses clubhou E18 alan alanthe alonthe alonlt alonltthe
the akea were consumed together wit with
400 acres of timber land and two summe summehouses summer summerboulCl aummchouses
houses housesClark boulClClark housesClark I
Clark s Sett oment In York county ha haalso hM hMaJIO inalso
also been destroyed d troyed A light shower Fr Frday Friday Frday
day night helped to retard the progress progresethe c cthe or orthe
the fire fireMONTREAL tirelIoNTRBAL fireMoflTneaL
MONTREAL Quebec June 0 OThere 6Theresoineltnprovenent There I Ieomo 18 18pome
eomo soineltnprovenent Improvement In the bush fire condlions cond conditione condtions
lions n this province partially owing to li lidying ho hodyiug I Idying
dying away of the wind windf windSmoke windSmeko windSmoke
f
Smoke Causes uaos lullroact Wreck WreckFIBHRILL WreokFJB WreckFIsnKl
FIBHRILL FJB FIsnKl KJLL luNDtNa G N Y June 0 0Because 0Because 0I3ecause
Because of the dense smoke prevailing he hethere here herethere hethere
there was a serious r1OUII wre wreckln kin the New HaveRailroad Have HaveRailroad
Railroad yard this thl morning rnornln Two hoavfreghlvtralns hoav hoaY hoaYfrelghttralns boavfreighttraina I
freghlvtralns were entering the yard fro frothe trom tromthe froithe
the emIt One stood on the trestle wit witon with witan I Inn
on engine as pusher Another train wit witthe with withthe witthe
the engine en ne in the rear rear crashed ora hed into it Th Thengineer The Tbengineer I Iengineer
engineer and fireman flre > man on the standing tral traljumped traln traljumped I Ijumped
jumped and saved their lives Two cai caiof can canof cuof
of the moving monll train telescoped Theengin Theenginof The en enln enlnof lne
of the first train was wa thrown into the nv nvto ner nvto
to clear the track The engineer says h hcould he hcould
could not see the th signals on account of th ththick tbe tbethick U Uthick
thick smoke from the forest fires OresSVRWAY firesSU firesSUBWAY
SUBWAY SU W4Y WAGES DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDSettlement DISCUSSEDSettlement DISCUSSEDSettlement
Settlement Reached Reach Retarding LnlonRepresented Unions UnionsReprCll LntooRepresented
Represented ReprCll ntffi In the C F V VThe VThe 11The
The arbitration board of the Rapid Tran Transit Transit Transit
sit Contractors Association and the Central CentraFederated CentralFederated CentreFederated
Federated Union met yesterday hi th tb001cc thoffice the theoffice <
office of General Contractor John B McDon McDonaid Mcflonaid lcDonaid
aid and Dd discussed a rearrangement rearrangement of th thwage the thewSle thwage
wage scale scaleSeveral scaleSeveral scaleSeveral
Several unions asked for an advance advanciof advanceof
of wages The Rock Drillers and Too TooSharpeners ToolSharpeners TooSharpeners
Sharpeners Union wanted wante l an an advance o o2G of
2G cents a day to J3 3 The House Shorers Shorersand Shorersand Shorereand
and Movers M < Iers Union and the Pipe Calkera Calkeraand CalktIIIand Calkereand
and Tappers Union aUto asked for au iu iucrease iucroMe toorease
crease of wages ageH and got until July 1 t tshow to toshow tshow
show that the wages they asked were th thM the thiprevailIng I
prevailing M t rate ffl This I ruling also 1 applieto applied 1
10 0 the Team Drivers Union and the thr thrirganizntions three threiDrganilatIons
irganizntions agreed IlJtTOO to the conditions conditionsIt I
It was WI agreed that all al the other trade tradeimbraoed tradcembracd tradeembraced
embracd embraced In the old agreement sgEment numberlni numberlniibout numbring numbringabout numberlnttbout
about twenty should remain at a work unde undehe undsihe > r
the he present conditions rnltloD until unt the aubwa aubwavork lubway ubwa3work I
work Is finished finishedRepresentatives fnlsheci fnlsheciRepreelltathe finishedRepresentatives
Representatives Repreelltathe of the Rockmen Rckmen am amexcavators and andFxca ancExcavators
excavators tOl8 Union whose member memhlll areoi areoitrike are on or orttrike I Istrike
Fxca strike waited outside They said the theere they theywere the3were
were ere told by former Cortr Coroner Coronr Zucca Zucca thahey that thaihey I
hey could all go back bk to work at SI 150 150lay 150lay O a aday
lay for eight Ilght al hours This Tb was found to b be bea beI i
a I 1 misunderstanding misunderstandingWhere mblnderstandlng mblnderstandlngWere
Where Were there t re are vacancies vacO strikers stkers car careturn c careturn
eturn to work on these th terms ter The oon oonractors cn cntrators oonractors >
trators ractors were represented at the conference conferencey Cnference nferenoe nferenoey
by > y W C Douglas Dougla secretary etar Contractors ContractorsJ Cntractorll CntractorllE I
E J Farrell F8I William Wlam Bradley Braley George Grge W WIcNulty WMcNuty WfcNulty
IcNulty and Michael Mlohll J Degnon The TheF TheI
C McNuty I F U was represented by bTJohn John Dfgon J Pails Pallastames PaUI PailsFarnee I IJae
Holland and Matthew McConville McConvilleLAN MeConvillePL4N I IPL4N
Jae tames J Holand Mathew MlConve
PL4N LAN OF THE Tl MENu I E WORKERS WORKERShe WORKlS1
Te Ihe he Ides Ide Now H ISMry Merely Merel to Indoran Inone Tbel TbelConciliation ThehConcIlIation Teir TeirCencltton
Cencltton Conciliation Board Boar Member MembenWiLKESBkBRr Membn MembnWILKJSBJJF MemberW1LKE8BLItRP
WiLKESBkBRr WILKJSBJJF Pa June OThe Mine MineWorkers MineWorkers MineWorkers
Workers are today forming faning a new ne plan plann planIn plannstoad
In n nstoad < tead cd of electing eleing District Dltrc President PresidentNichols PresidentNichol Presidentlchols
Nichols Fahoy and Dettry DUry as al concilia conciliaion concll ooncilhIon
ton ion board members membfn at the Pottevtlle PotsUe con conrentlonlt concention >
cention rentlonlt entlollt It Is planned to Indorse Indol their selecion selec selecion lelc lelcton
ion bv the executive boards Officials Officialsf Ofcilll Ofcilllof
ton of > f the Mine Workers WOlkelll expcutve take tke it that thlswhUe thlswhUelot this whie whienot
not lot giving in absolutey abslutey to the operators operatorsesires opratai operatorslesires
glvlnl
desires will naisfy tllty them by convincing convincinghem cnvincing cnvincingthem
hem that that th wi the distrlrt dllrl1 presidents are the thehoice thechoic thehoIco
hoice of the majority majorityThe majorityThe I
choic
The Te operators say they must be b certain certainhat cerain ceraintha certainhat
hat the oprto1 three thr men len chosen represent repr ent the theTiajority tbemajority thenajority
tha majority and are responsible so 10 that there thererill thereil theresill
rill be no danger resPDlhle of the Mine Ine Workers Workersepudiating Worker Workerrtpldlatlng Workersrepudiating
rtpldlatlng repudiating il any action acion they may take atnembers at asmember a amembers
member members of the conciliation conclition board boardSCRANTON boardSRANON boardRANTON
SCRANTON RANTON Pa Pal June eW 6 W L Connell Connellloard Conel Connellne
one ne SRANON of thf the memnT members of the conciliation conciliationLmard onclaton onclatonboard
board wan asked Bked today whether the cre erelentlals credtntla creentia1s
WI
lentlals of Messrs MCT Nichols Dettry am amahey and andFahey andFahey
Fahey dtntla would be b accepted apted If the men wen wenlected weretlected ero eroeleted
lected members of the board boad by the miner minert
eleted membT me meat
at t the coming cming convention cnvention He said saidThe saldThe saidThe
te The statement sttemen Issued by us on Wtde Wednes Wednesjay ednes ednesay
day ay answers that question quetion That state statelent slt statenent
lent say s > that we 1e operators operatai represent representf relreBnt representaives
s ta
elected strictly within the terrn terrnf
ives were eleed tricty tors torsof
I of tve f the commissions cmmhlon award and that we weave wl wlave wi
havl ave no objection nhJecton to cordially nrdlaly acceptIng aceeptinessrs acepting aceptingMn acceptIngeMr
Mn essrs Nichols Nlc ol D Dttr Dttry ttry and ad Faney Fane as th thspresentatlves the thereprentUp8 thewpresentatives
spresentatlves of the miners nnel provided proider that thahey thatthey thathey
hey reprentUp8 are elected far a majority of the mine minrorkera mineworkera mineeorkers
rorkera a as specified splted in the thl award of th thommisBton the thecommslon theomm1salon <
ommisBton ommisBtonIt
commslon commslonIt It was suggested to Mr Connell Connel that th thinvention the thecnenton thenventlon
sugRted
invention would be b made up of member memberf memb1 memb1of
of cnenton if f the United Unied Mine Workers organization organizationut organll1ton organll1tonbut
but ut > he said that wan W of no concern oncrn providing pmvidlnjhey prviding prvidingtbey providinghey
of tho miners minerstJVOV minersUNION
hey represented the majority majorty mlen mlenUNION
UNION MEN IIEN hUSTLED tfTIED AWAY AWAYilrli tW4 tW4Girl 4W4FtrIs
Girl ilrli In the Lowell L111 Mill MUl Rwent ftunt esent an Attempt Attemptto Atlempto Atfmpt Atfmptto
to Get Gft Them Tem Out OutLOWEM OutLWELl OutLOWELT
LOWEM LWELl Mass MI Juno Jue IThpr I There are ar Indi Indiat Indlcaton mdiations
ations at ion that the th cotton cton mill mi strike situation situationC situatiutdeveloping sltutun
caton 1 C developing into Cto ft I hard fight between htWf1 the thonion thl thlunion theinlon
union nion andthe ILIdthl nonunion help Two of the thenlon theunion theinion
union pickets plcketl entered Anterd one of the > mils mlll to torork 10work tocork
work among thp nonunion help hlp and wore wereLII woreII or oral
LII II but amollG sot upon by nonuon the thl girls Ilrlll at work th tIters tItershey < > rp rphey NThey
al They hey wre Bt upn hustled hUtld from the building buiding by byThe bythp byb
thp b oversers oversersThe
I The OVrl union operatives backed hked by the Tex Texlle TfX TfXtt Fezilo
lle Council Councl oprte stoutly ltutly declare dCllaT that tht the thl mill millre mil mili miiiN
tt
i re giving out exaggerated eaggirated figures fgures Still Stillt Stl
ar t I l is beyond dispute that tht hundreds havn havnenounc hnmrfnouncd havoenoiined
I bond rispute
rfnouncd enounc enoiined > d unlonisn unlli l1 and accepted th thnills Ihm18 thdlls
nills wage > scale lalp Instead The b iaml bamers bamersardrs amers amersardT 1 1card
card m18 ardT waR ringspinaers and weavers Wlarl had hadneetlng hadmletlng hadwotings
mletlng neetlng yesterday To get It the thp sentiment sentimentf 11lmnt 11lmntof
of f thfWXamor th lmir members mem1 In such ch a way ay as ascrot lS lSto asprevent
to prevent prpnl any Intimaton intimation or influenc Innupnc aciot a acrt
> crot ballot war WA taken on the the strike Ilrlke ques quesion qUe quesoil
crt halot
It Itevploped Itdeplopd iteveloped
ion oil Wh When > n the votes were tr counted culted
tOI evploped that the organization orpani7 tol la I still stillnanlmou sti stillnanimously
deplopd unanlmoul nanimously nanlmou ly tn I favor flor of remaining Tmalnlng out outOFT outfOFT outOFT
fOFT OFT COAL COt MIXERS 11ERS TO STRIKE STRIKEbout STRUiE0 STRIIiEbout
bout 400O 0 Will 111 Me Uf Called Calf Out In Somerset SomersetCounty SomcraetCount SotnersetCounty
County Count Ia IaINDIANAPOLIS IaINIINAPOLIS lsIrIANAroLIs
INDIANAPOLIS INIINAPOLIS Ind June 0 OWlllam 0William William B BAlison BWln Bilson
Alison iwcretary tcretry and ane treasurer traurr of the thonlted theI thenited
I Wln nlted Mine Mln Workers of America saididay said saiddny lld lldtoay
toay Unied > dny that tht a strike strke of the Boft 1f coal cOli miners minersr minersSomerset
i of r Somerset county Pa would bo b called calledi lcd lcdIn
Smend He said that the Merchants Merchantsoal Merchantsol
In i I a few days II fld Mrchlrtll MrchlrtllI
I Coal oal Company has refused refufd to pay py the scale ucaleilled scaleid ale aleI
and id It itS Compny lDpllt8Ia etItlIOyCs have hon been on ttrke ttrkeI trike trikelie
I lie says ys the Merchants lerchan Cal Coal Company CompanyI Companyhled
illed I a meeting of the operators of ff the thoStrict thedltrlt theistriet
I CaUeci Strict I and mllng announced announo that thlt unlos unlo the theie tlo tloother thethen
other dltrlt then operators agreed to make a cut of ofbet ofetw000
oplrtor agrl
bet etw000 S and 11 pn t so all 0 cqtial cqtialie qlal qlalthe
the scale en that was 1 offered by the Merchants Merchantsompanv MerchantsmpanY lrehantecompnV
ie Sue the 1 company otrEd would raise the therlcoof theprce therice
compnV ompanv rlcoof rice or pickwork cmpny beyond the reach rea of the theher theoher thethe
oher prce her operators operatorsAs
As almost oprwr all of the mining mning In the Merhants Mercht Mer 4erheats
01 amoft n wdrk worknd wdrkand wdrknd
heats mines U done by machine mahne
cht mnerI8 of the largest companiesu companies
and nd as It is one lagest cmpal8
In u t th the 8 district dltrlot the operators opratrs agreed a to tor tout
ot ut their scale to what bat h had bn been oue oftered rto rtoot
ther ss About botiQ botiQion 4WO
1 bT 7 r U t tb > 4 Merphahts1 Merpba1taOOmPflX er atcompx company w buH
mna ion an 1olv lnvq1vd
FORCED GOTOF OOT OF BDSINES BDSINESA BUSnSS BUSnSSA Bosh BoshA I I
A MASTER IUSTER IIORSESHOERS lIRSFSIOE t EXPE XPJ XPJRIENCE X1JRIENCE i
RIENCE WITlt JIJI A t IAOV IAOVHe V0 I Ile
I II
He le Had lad nun a Shop Twentytwo Tetto Year Yearbut Featbut
but the Demands Dtnlads of Union Lb LsbFinally LbFinally Labor LaborFtnal < I
Finally Ftnal Compelled Compeled Him 1m to Close ClnieOthers Clole CloseOthers I
Others Olher Too Driven Out of Dnilnei DnilneiThe Dllltrn DllltrnThe fluithelThe
The strike of the Journeymen Horsshoers Hors Horeishoers Hore
shoers shoer Union now in i progress progre was wa for fornew fornew a anew
new wage wlge scale a shorter workday workcay an anrecognition and andrecognition anrecognition
recognition of tho union lon label label The ftn ftntwo frst frsttwo ftrtwo
two demands wor were granted srlted and It we wepolntde wal wipointde I Ipolntde
polntde out to tho uniort unlor by the MastHoreoshoerB1 Mast Mater MastiHorseshoers < I IJonoshoerB
HoreoshoerB1 JonoshoerB A soclMlon eoclton that the nsocl nsocltlon assoclition I Iton
tlon ton had hld a label of Ite own which had bee beein been beenI beein
in I use Ue for years er as I a trade trao mark and that thatwas thatwas It ItWI
WI was likely lkely to work a serious detriment t ttheir to totheir I Itheir
their business bulne8 If another label was wa aubct aubcttuted lIub eubattuled t
tuted for It This did not 10t satisfy stlry the unioand union unlotand unionand
and the horseahoera horschoen went on strike strikeOne strie strieOne strileeOne
One master liomoahoer horloloer who with a nunber nun number nunher
ber of othershas othelhlUl been bCn driven out of buslnoe buslnoeby luslnos8 luslnos8by businetby
by the union told a SUN reporter the follow followine tolow tolowInf fotlovln
ine Inf ln story of hU hi experience experienceI
I had a shop Ihop for twentytwo years yen an anduring and anddurlnl anduring
during durlnl the greater part pat of the time my sho showan shop shopW showas
wan W union It I waN a I union shop at the tintI tint tintI tme tmeI
I had to give up business businessI
I have hle had ha my 1 shop full of horses to b bshod be besho bshod
shod sho at tlmea tmel when the union hour hou of closln closlncatno cloing cloingcamo closincame
came and had to lot them all al go and e eplain ex eplain >
plain matters as al best bOt I could I beaa beaagradually beRall begagradually I Igradualy
gradually gradualy fathl to lose my best customers At Atoclock Atoclock I
oclock the hour of clotting clOllng not notln an employe employewould emploYlwould employcwould
would move 100 When I pointed poined out to toman toman a aman
man who had been hen with wth me for years the thaone that theone
one of tnv IV beat custoners CIUllo nerll had come whos whoshorae whollehorse whoshorse
horse had lost a ash08 shoe and that It I would tak takonly t t4konly ke keonly
only ten hal minute to fix fx It he replied repliedI replll replllI
I would like lke tei very er much to ob oblige Oblig Ige yotbut yot yotbut
but you von oU know that the union rules r no es mite mupbe mUlt mUlth mitebe
be h observed oblcned I would get Into Int trouble 1 1I If IfI I II
g
I worked after hours hoursIf hour
If I I had afer thrown off my coat and shoethe shoe shoethe
the horse hol myself our walking wnklng deleaat deleaatThe delogrtfl delogrtflwould delegatwould
would have comlarouncand cornearound and made trouble troubleThe trouhitThe
The result was Wa that customers ctom tried to fin flnnonunion fnd fndnonunion finnonunion
nonunion shops Ihopl where they thty could ge getheir get getheir
their work done when they needed it itI ItI ItI
I tried to run rn a nonunion shop Ihop for forwhile i iwhile n
while whie but the union ulion horse shoots hotN lay Ii fo fomy ror rormy fomy
my mon Icn in the evenings and Id everythlni everythlnithat oeryhng everythinthat
that tha petty pety spite tpite could do to prevent prvent infrom in infrom me meCrom
from doing business bUtin was done A boy boycott boyOtt i
cott Ott I was eetablMiod IlahllhO and it i was 1 pande pandemonlum pndc pandemoniuns I
monlum for a while whie I finally finaly made m mpeacn mwac atptact
peacn wac with wlttt the union and was Ia met by de derounds demani demands
rounds mani wt for higher wages and ad a shorter ehorteworkday shortervcrkday shorteworkday
workday which were Wtr granted grantedWhen gnted gntedWhen grantedWhen
When It came to tho demand for recog reooanition recognllol recognithn
nition nllol of the union label lbl I was between betwen tnupper tn the theuppr thupper
upper and and nether nethpr millstones mltonEl I was WI wasmember i imember a am
member uppr m mbr of tho Master letr Honeahoers HO hor Asso Assoelation Association
elation and and up lp I to the last lt strke strike found 1 1to it itto Ito
to my 0 advantage avautagu If I had agreed sgld to adop adoptho adopthe
tho union label ll > l I would have been bn require requireto JCulred JCulredto requircito
to pay pa a 1 forfeit of at at 45000 0 to tho asfoclatloi asfoclatloifor aAcaton
for violating foltn its nibs nllls one of which is that thait thatit tliaIt
it is to havu its i own label This was wasgenthtntens i igentlemens a agntllenf
gentlemens agreement agrment and could not t tlegally b is islegally
legally Itally gntllenf enforced elforcd hut it bound me all al th thsame the thesme tbsame
same sameI sme smeI I tried trl d again to fIght fght the union but Hf HfIwcnmo life lifehecnmo litbenmo
Iwcnmo PO 10 burd hurd1IOmA nsomn that I decided ti tiHtop to tistall
stall Itop fighting fjtJlng and give giv up a business bUllnePII which whlclI
I had Ixjuti In for twentytwo years yeai am amwhich and andhlcl antwhileh
which hlcl would lolld have hr been hen a prosperous pro prous ont ontif oneIt oniit
if it had not boon Jon for tho union uniontriLL unionWIL unionWILL
WIL triLL EMPLOY ElPIOJ N07or ouro LAnoi LAnoiI i4fl0Rioono00o
11000 I oOOOOOO Trolley Trnll Companjr ompan In Sonthen SonthenfullfornU SonthenuIlertIa onther ontherulforllia
fullfornU ulforllia to Fight Ilrht Rhy fh hy of Unions UnionsLos UnionsL8 UnIonsLos
Los L8 ANOELKS NGELRf Cal Juno 6 6ExMlve 6ExMlvepreparntlonl 0Extenelvi 0Extenelvipreparations Extenslv Extenslvreparations
preparntlonl reparations are being made by Hgnry E Eiuntington E EHuntingon EFfuntington
Huntingon iuntington and nd his h associates Isolats to 10 exteni exteniheir e extencheir > xe > nd ndtheir
their heir interurbnn n lines Une out of Los Ls Angela Angelento Agelel AngelaLoto
into nto new fields feldll In southern suther California Caifora ann aniothls and andto anno
to othls o thl this end there has h8 been bn incorporate incorporatei Icorporte
a S i new corporation coromtlon under undtr the name nae of Ihi IhiA5 h hxs hl
Lll xs Angeles AeleA Interurban Railroad Rilroad Com Comany Company Cornany
pany any with wtb a cnpltaTstock capital stock of 110000000 110000000It 11000 10000000It
It Is 1 said lci 130000000 1300 will wl be spent spnt in thlevelopmont th the thedevelopmlnt tinleveloprnent
levelopmont of this thl road which wi wiridiron wi wilridtron
gridiron ridiron Los II Angeles Angels and the surroundini surroundiniountry lurund surroundinountry
ountry It will wl ho b an absolutely abslutely Inde Indeundent Indepndent ladeendent
pndent undent line lne and it is I said sid that Mr Hunt Huntngton HuntIngn Huntngton
Ingn ngton will 1 employ only nonunion men a ale IIlI IIlIhe atw
he le is I strongly Itrongly opposed to labor unions unOD Oi Oiits On OnhIl Orits
hIl its present pTent roods rads ho makes makl no distinction dlstinctloin
In n tim employment Imployment of men and has alwayefused always alwaysrlfUd aiwaytefused
rlfUd efused to make me any concessions concsion to union unioiabor uon uonlabor unionabor
abor laborORE aborIIORE aborMORE
MORE ORE CHICAGO CllCAGO WAITERS WTElS OUThalt OUT OUTlair OUT1lf
1lf lair a Dozen New eW Strike StrN Ordered OrereSe OrereSeStUaUons OrderedNo OrderedNogttIatIoni N NCollations
Collations StUaUons for Peace PeaceCHICAGO PMOeC PeseeCnucaoo
CHICAGO C CAGO June a eWith With spectacular sptacla feat featires features feattree
tree the waiters wlter strike started ltarted toda todand today toda3nid
and nd promises now to extend all al along th thIne the theUe thisIrie
Ue Ine The Chicago Athletic Athlel Club the thl res resaurants rElI rElItumnt resauranta >
tumnt aurants of two department depament stores Itor and two twrf twoof twcif
of if f the tht big downtown restaurants rltaurantl wenilaced were werelaced
blp
laced under the ban of the union during durinihe ciurinl duringhis
plac the he lunch hour This ThiE makes mlke nine res iesaurants resauranU rs rstaurant
taurant auranU that have been ben closed cOfd by the thitrike the thestrike theit
strike it trikeStrikes rikeStrikes
Strikes were wtre ordered orered today in the theilaces1 these theseiaces
placK ilaces1 Chicago Athletic Athleto Club 175 15 em emloyi emploYl emiOyC8
ploYl > loyi iOyC8 > es 8 Burcfcy Iurcky A Milan 1bn 150 t5 Clark ClarlItreet ClarkStreet Clarkitreet
Itreet 107 The Fair 160 10 SlegelCoopcr
SiegelCpr
40 Edelweiss 120 With the calling clng out outif outof outif
Eewels
of 14 if cooks waiters waiers and ad miscellaneous mllclaneouf help helfit hllp hllpat helpit
at it the Chicago Clcg < Athletic Athleto Club Cub tho other big bigocial bigocial
ocial oganizatlons oganlztons V began > ogan to get nervous nervousk nenoU nervousornmittees
Conlmltt k mmlttees > representing represntng the unions called calledt caled caledat
at it t the University tnivenlty Union League Lgue and and Iro Iroluois Iroquoif Iratuols
quoif luois clubs cub and an agreement agremlnt was W8 reached reachedo reachedt
o arbitrate nrbltrte ane The clubs club are not Identified Identifiedrith Identfed Identfedwith identifieditli
with t any association loclnton and It is 1 believed bleed that thatbey thattbey thatbey
bey will bo b able to settle sttlo the difficulties difficultiesjy dfcultes dfcultesI
by jy this thll method methodSeventy methodnty methodSeventy
I Seventy nty five vo cooks waiters and mls mlsellaneous mi ntIsellaneouie
ellaneous help at Chapn A Gores were wereirdered wercI weretrdored
ordered colaneoU out at noon hut were reinstated reinstatedatT rlltlted rlltltedlatr
latr titer Thin afternoon afernoon the peace pac commit commite omml
I teu tNt e of the > Restaurant Mens Menl Association Associationrailed Assocition Associtionwaltld tssociationralted
waltld railed upon the joint board of the thi unions unionsmd union unionsmd
md asked upn for a conference The request requestvart 1quet 1quetW
W vart met with wih a I Concrenee flat fat refusal reful The lunch lunchoom lunchroom lunchoOtn
room proprietors were erl more successful successfulliey luccpCul luccpCulnley successfulrhiey
liey met proprltor the joint hoard a I as Individual Individualnanapprn In indivIdualnanagers hlcilRI hlcilRIIRIRjtPrl
nanapprn and proprietors and succeeded succeededn RICefdld RICefdldin
in IRIRjtPrl n patching up a true truc Anngreftmont An Rjrefmfnllllm Rjrefmfnllllmlar agreement aim simlar aimlar
lar to tho one entered Intered into by the Hotel Hotelteepers Hotllkeeprrs Hoteleepers
lar teepers Association A fclatln was wa settled IIctlld on and andegotlntloas andle andtegotintions
egotlntloas toward a settlement setiemflt of the thoixfiting thumdftlng thezisting
mdftlng le ixfiting otlton dlHerences dUerelces will wl be taken up on onMonday onMonday ontonday
Monday or Tuesday TuesdayTEXTILE Tu TuesdayTEXTILE lay layTEXTl
TEXTILE TEXTl STRIKERS fTlKERS GAINING OAIIGletter GAININGleilef
letter eld tn Phllailrlphla Ihialtlpha That Tt an n End or the theStruggle the8trlllIIt tie tieStruggle
Struggle 8trlllIIt Is 1 I Near NearPniLADEiPniA SurIJLADEIpnl NearPnILAriEtpnIA
PniLADEiPniA IJLADEIpnl June 8 eTh The services rICB > s of ofilayor ofMayor ofayor
Mayor ayor Weaver ns RSII an intermediary Inte > rmcdl8I between betweenhu twren twrenthu
thu hu striking I rklnjt textile IItl workers workel of Plilladolphia Plilladolphiand Phlatlphla Phlatlphlaand
and nd their employer rmployer was WI aMt aIid asled d today by byho hytho byto
tho ho to oommlttio Commlth having havln tlw strike In I charge chargeho char charwho chargoito
who ho calkd lktl at City Hall Hal for that purpos purposlv
Th lv ii Mayor Iao wild that hi h did not tool ro purpR purpRTh 1 justi justii Jusl JuslOd
Od i lid d in taking th Inltlatlv in interferingi interfering IntrftringIn
In i I the thl conlllol < nlirl but that lit hI would do all al in inils Inhl insls
hl ils power lo bring hrln about an amicable amicableidjustmont amicableucijuslnllt amicabledjustment
ucijuslnllt ucijuslnlltA idjustmont idjustmontA
A teiling refIg has hal grown up out of the Inter Interfew Intcrlew I IW
few W tint a compromise comprll basis Is close nt ntand nthand atand
hand and Ki Fve v VI new nl firms rl ycKterdn y fonoeded ICded the the5hour the55hour thehi1tlr
5hour hi1tlr week wpkmakng innklng seventysix to t date dntouily dRtl dateuhl3
Fulh uily 10 pt per r cont Llt of the lie uplmUtury uphuLwr cstab cstabibliriienlx estabsiinietsLs stlh stlhII
II ibliriienlx h lell > nre Ar now running rumllg on tho fhorttr fhorttritU slmrtttrcelt hortuwetl
wetl celt schedule Fhedul Tho movement 1ement appears nppearsi nppelrA I
to i Iw li gainIng lnllg everywhere except in inIana II ittlanayunk
ManrII Iana lanayunk lanayunkOrgtulIltlofl > ntnk ntnkOrgnniMton
OrgnniMton OriAnI7tol there ther Is II weak and is likely likelya Ikrlv likelyremaIn
I 10 a remain in thst condtlon condIton because < Uf of oflie oCth ofii
th lie ii nctlon nctnn of the th manufacturers manufacturl In nctify nctifyig nctlfyInjt
Injt ig their etnployecH rtplo t thnt if they thry do not notrturn nt nttur notturn
turn to work during eurlng the th coming week weekt weekRt weekthe
Rt t tur the B0hitr fohur schedule the tht tnllls ml will wi l be becoFd beoscd > e eloped
coFd loped Imkfiiit Intt Inn OltI OltIIm1FfTIW ft it ly lyHEJECTKO lyIWIECTEI
HEJECTKO Im1FfTIW AItttITnATrO AItttITnATrOIrtKln 4llTl4TIO 4llTl4TIOStrthln 4RflITR4 TION TIONrthln
IrtKln nnkeni nnkeT or otNewflaen New Se Haven Iann Turn Down Downan nl1 nl1an
an OlTrr OlrrIllor OtTerLabor Inbor Lender Lrorfr Resigns neslcnnXBW RIII RIIIEW ResignsNEW
NEW = EW HAVEN HAVFN HAI Conn Cnn June a OBu OButho 6Becaue 6Becaueto Becauvj
tho 10 Bakers1 BakeN Union of this city cty refused reCuf to tosnsider tocorder tonaiider
snsider an offer oler of arbitration made by bythe byto
corder the 10 master maiter bakers bak1 yesterday yeBetay for the thl settle Pettlolent pet settleent tc tcment
ment lent of the thl strike trl in this city ol Andrew Andrcw P Pelly PKely Poily
oily president of the Trades Trc5 Councilthis Council Councilf Counrl
of Kely f this this city resigned resiged today totl Mr Kelly Kellyaid Kely Kelyad Kellydcl
aid h hH would nQt preside over a 1 body bodyould hoy hoyhere bodyhere
ad here there Wi was a union reprlentP represented whlcb whlcbwould whicuiould
would ould not listen 1 len to arbitration arblrlton His Jis resigation resig resigation reig reignaton
ation was accepted acceptedThe aceept aceeptThe
naton The journeymen acpt have been be on OU strike for foriveraf forj forsveral
iveraf sveral Te JourneyD weeks demanding demdl that the te bakers bakersUah bers bakersoIish
j Iver al oIish Uah night nbtwork nIgbtwork nIgbtworkM5r work L f
M5r
THE TIii3 MARCONI WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO COOF C COOF I IOF
OF AMERICA AflERICAhas I
has released releae a part of its Is treasury stock for or the purpoie purose ol securing securng additional additonal work workIng working ork ork1nl
trasur
the commeidal operations lions and off offsr r of Invest Investment investment ¬
Ing 1nl capital lor completion com pie lion of 0 plans for opera ofe
ment I Is hereby made to the public publicWORK publc publIcWORK
WORK WOR ALREADY IDr DONE DONEDuring DONEDuring
During Durng the past pat year the Company LRB has ha constructed consrct the transAtlantic transAtlantc station stationat Italon Italonr
at a r Cape Cod Mass Mas a Marconi Maconi school at Babylon stations statons at Chicago and Milwaukee Milwaukeea Miwaukee Miwaukeea
a ship reporting reportlnl station aatlon at Sagaponack L I it I has installed Insaled the system on many manysteamships manysteamships manystcamsldps
steamships begun work In Cuba and Alaska Alask acquired the InterIsland InterIland company now nowoperating nowoperaing nowoperating
operating operaing in belun Hawaii HawaI and purchased the wireless wireles patents patellS of Thos A Edison Edion and of ofProf ofPror ofProf
Prof M I Pupln
I
PuplnDEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT MMD ND RESOURCES RESOURCESThe
all of Marconis patents and controls contols the theentire thefnllre theentire
The American Company now owns al patent
Cmpany
entire fnllre rights rght of his system In the United Unied States Cuba Cub Porto Rico Rio Alaska Hawaii Hawaiiand HawaI HawaIand Hawaiiand
wireless service will be permanently estab establlshed esab esablshed establlshed
and the Philippines Phippine TransAtlantic TransAtlanic wifeles serice wi
llshed lshed within wihin six week eek time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The Cuban Government Goverment has given gvn the American Amercal Company wireless wireles privileges privilegesIn prvieges prviegesIn
In its Is territory territoryThe terrior territoryThe
The United Unied States Government has ha awarded the American Company S contract contractto
to install In ral Its Is system in Alaska AlaskaMarcnnl Alaka AlakaMaconi AlaskaMarconi I
sysem
Marcnnl Maconi has sent messages messlges over 3000 miles mies and the Italian ialan Government has hasappropriated ha haapproprlaled hasappropriated
appropriated 150000 for fr the establishment estblshment of a service between Italy Iily and South SouthAmerica SouthAmerca SouthAmerica
America AmericaThe Amerca AmericaThe I
The LONDON TIMES has ha contracted for a dally dliy wireless wireles service serice from America AmericaWHAT America AmericaWHJT AmericaWHJIT
WHAT WHJT ARE RE THE REWARDS REWARDSSeveral REW4RDSSeveral I ISevera
Irom messages sent to and nd received from fromthe fromthe
Several Severa hundred dollars dol Ir a month come messges
the stations statlon at Nantucket Babylon and Sagaponack SagaponackNearly Slglponlck SagaponackNearly I
100000 is netted from the Installation on twenty transAt transAtlantic triosAtlantic transAtlantic ¬
Nearly Nerly a year yea now nend hUlalatlons
I IThe
lantic liners linersThe lners linersThe
The Cape Cod transAtlantic transAtantic station working at less than half hal Its Is capacity half halfthe halfthe hal halthe
the time at half hal the present cable rates will wi bring in OVER A MILLION MILLIN DOLLARS DOLLARSA
A YEAR Several Sevral transAtlantic IralsAtlantlc stations sations are to be built builtIn buit builtIn I
In addition to these revenues are still sti to be considered the business busines In HawaiiAlaska Hawaii HawaiiAlaska HawaI HawaIAlaska
Alaska Cuba Porto Rico In overland work on the Great Lakes and In various coast coaststations coaststatons coaststations
stations on the Atlantic Atantc the Gulf Gul of Mexico and the Pacific PacificTHE PacHc PacIficTHE
statons THE RESPONSIBILITY RESPONSIBILTY OF THE ENTERPRISEMarconis ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISEMarconis ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISEMarconis I
Marconis American AmercaR technical board comprises Mr Marconi Mr Thos A Edison Edisonand Edisonand Edisonand
and Prof M 1 Pupm The Board of Directors Director has ha such men as exAttorneyGeneral exAttorneyGeneralJohn exAtorneyCeneral exAtorneyCeneralJohn
John W Griggs Grgg Saml Sm Insull Insul President Chicago Edison Co Spencer Trask banker bankerE
E Rollins Rolins Morse More banker and Eugene H Lewis Lews of Eaton Lewis LewisHOW LewisHOW LewisHOW
HOW TO SECURE THE STOCK STOCKThrough JTOCJ STOCKThrough
which has contracted tofurnish to tofurnish tofurish
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COAL C4L STRIKE fTRIKE FINDING SOV1 SOUN1JOmaha SOV1Omaha SUlD SUlDOmaha
Omaha Judges UdSN Use V It I ai a flails Dl for Innln Innlnan Ilul Ilulan Issultitan
an Injunction InjunctionOMAHA Inneton InnetonOlAJ InjnrietlonOMAIEA
OMAHA OlAJ Neb June eJudge 6Judges Judges Dickinson DlckinsoiDay Dickinn DickinnDay DickinsonDay
Day and Baxter Dxttr of the District Dltrict Court Cout todagranted toda toay toaygrante toclalgranted
granted grante a temporary Injunction Injunton restrain restrainIng rtralnIng restraining
tempray
Ing the striking waiters from interferlni interferlniIn Intrfering IntrferingIn
In any way with Ith the ho patrons ptron of the roe resUuranta re retaurant roetauranta
Uuranta and preventing preventng the passing plng o ounfair of ofunair ounfair
unfair unair cards cads within 300 3 feet of the eallnj eallnjhouses eatig eatighoull eatLnhouses
houses houll from which the thl men have hap struck struckIn
In granting grantng the injunction Judge Dicklmtoi Dicklmtoisaid DIkln80nsaid Dickinsosaid
said
saidThe The chief ef authority by which we armoved an anmoTod are
moved to e grant the temporary temprr order re regardlng r rgading regarding
gardlng gading the congregating of persons persnll at o oaround or oraround oaround
around the places pla of business bUllne of the plain plaintiffs plln pllntlts plaintiffs
tiffs tlts for the purpose puros of interfering Interferng will willpatrons wih wihpatron willpatrons
of thi thiAnthracite the theAthrcite tbAnthracite
patrons patron of the houses houls is II the report
Anthracite Athrcite Coal Strike Commission Commll lon which whlclwas whichWa whiciwas
of number o opersons of ofperln opersons
was Wa the unanimous report reprt a numbr
persons perln from UnIOUS different dlerent walks of life lCe Includ Including IncludIng Including
ing members membT of labor organizations organizationsThe orgaztions orgaztionsThe
The Judge then quoted that part of thi thiStrike theStrike thiStrike
Strike Commissions Coml8lolIlIreport report In regard u uthe to tothe ttthe
the boycott and said that the court cur recog recognized reg regnZd recognized
nized nZd the truth and justice justc of the findings findingsThis findingsThil findingsThis
This Thil is i the first time where this repon reponhas repr reporhas
has h received rlled judicial judcial recognition regnition and hai haiboon hal halhJn haibeen
boon hJn accepted acpted as al setting sttng forth a princlplt princlpltwhich prnciple prnciplewhich pnincipltwhich
which the judges judgel declared dflaed will be bt recognized recognlzetas
as the law with wth reforence refernc to strikes andmatters and andmatters nd ndmatters
matters growing growBg out of them themWORK thAmWOlK themWORK
WORK WOlK Off O TIlE TI1J SCHOOLS SCHOOLSDlBtrtct SClOOL SClOOLDlsrc SChOOLSDistrict
District Dlsrc Attorney Atore Jerome Will 11 Try to llav llavIt lave laveI IIavtIt
It I Returned This Tl Week WeekDistrict 1 WeekDistrict ek ekDistrct
District Distrct Attorney Atorney Jerome said ld last oven ovenIng evenIg ovenzig
Ing Ig zig that ho will wl probably try to have wor worresumed work workresumed
resumed rNumed on the schools this week wek In accord accordance accordano accordance
ance with a suggestion uggp tlon made by him hll In hi hirecent ha harcnt his hisrecent
ano rcnt recent letter leter to School Shol Commissioner Comml6loalr mae Sam Samuel Sm Smuel Sentuel
uel B Donnelly DonnellyCANNOT Donnely DonnellyCANNOT
CANNOT HOARD n TOGKTHEII TOGKTHEIIMen OGETIEI OGETIEIMen
Men and Women Wom n Students of SraelrseUniversity Syracuse SyracuseLnlvrralty 8Talse 8TalseCnlnt
University Cnlnt Mint IUt Live In Separate houses lloiursSYRACUSE lIonst lIonstSVRACUSE housesSYBACUSe
SYRACUSE June 0 eChanClor 6Chancellor Chancellor James JamesR Jamel Jameln
R Day of Syracuse cw University UIcllllty has hasissued hasissued hasIsued
issued ft circular to college coltge boarding boardinghouse boardln boardlnhouS boardinghouse
house houS keepers kopurs in which he says 1 that the theauthorities thp thpauthorites theauthorities
authorities authorites have decided not to allow men menand menald menand
and ald women students studellt to board bard In I the same sameIIOUHO pamehout cerisehouse
house hout houseiIereafter
Hereafter says lS tho circular crcuilr our ourfrtendH ourfrenrs ourfriends
friends who take student hoarders will willkindly wi wIllkIndly
I frenrs kindly restrict them to the one on sex sexOf RX RXI sexOr
Of course it is for yon YOI to determine dte > rmlne which whichsex whichfX whichsex
sex o CUf vo VOI you prefer to II have ha e In II your you house hour hut hutwe hutwe hutwe
I we fX shall 111al not h 11 ho able to permit prmit you to have haveboth haeboth haveboth
both Wo Vo wish to urge upon you ollhat that ourwomen our ourwomen ourI
women students ftUdlts will il not be b allowed aloWd to toptain tol toretain
retain taln rooms rooml In any anv house hou5 If I they tlu arc per permitted permltted r rmlted ¬
I mitted mlted l to receive Trle young y ung men en callers col 1 In theIr tlieirrooms t theIrrotflils lr lrroom
rooms Will Wi you 01 fcrmit trmit me Il to urge urg upon uponyou upn upnyou uponyou
you the importance Impr1ano of affording aronlng young youngwomen youngumn yotmgwsmen
women roompre roompr reasonable Tnlnabl un U use of your yourparlors yourparlors vourparlol
parlors parlol for such luh Interviews as 1 naturally naturallycome natull natullcme naturallycome
come In the association alscRlon of students studentsSonw III studentsSome ucfnt ucfntSom
cme
Some of the students are Indignant idignat over overthe orI overthe
I the circular crcular while must of them tllm are highly highlyamused highlyamu highlyamused
amused amu d
The Weather WrathrrIt WnthrrI
It I began to 1 ram rai a little ltle at 10 oclock oclok last lastnltht II IInllhl lestnleht
nltht nllhl The low prr Irur preaur ur area from the he iulf flultc iulfcentral ut
central cenlra c ntral over the be Ohio Valley ale eliri WM wa attended nlendr < 1 by bycloudy h hcloud hcloudy
cloudy cloud and rainy condition rndlllo In tbe Ohio and tiedlenneMee andTennessee andTennrre
Tennessee valley ale the sections aeetons around arund the lower lowerLake lowerLake lowerLake
Lake rczlons parts of 0 the Adirondack dlroncaec rfflon rtrl n and andparu andpar andparts
parts par of the Middle lddl Atlantic AUtc and ad New ew tiniland tinilandSuites InglsndSLetoa
SUIC Suites The prospecU pr ptl arc fair for abowrri Ihower today todayIn toda tndaIn
In the Middle Atlantic Atant and ad New e nv England Enlland Stateand SIea SIeand State etstestad
nd and In sections selon tlons of eutcm Ohio Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand enMylanlannd
and northern New ew York In the Sulhcrn Southern States Rtalcsald Mlatesrd Statesand
ald and rd west of Ohio the weather Iralher was wa fair far Tbere was wasa
a S alight slhl rise of temperature tmleralur In nearly nrarl all al districts districtsIn dlslrcls
In this city el the bc das WM cloudy roudl with 1lh a contin continuance cnln cnlnuare coflUniaiue ¬
conditions anJ bower at nl nlht nlhtwinds h
uare uance of smoky smak condltlori ndllell a nlcntj nlcntjwinds
winds Ilebl l bt and Id variable average avrare humidity bumldl humidlt 77 7 per percent pr prcent prenn
cent barometer corrected crrected to 0 read to sea level al t 8 aI 8A 8A
A M HXliSP It 3 1 U 3030 3030The 13 13I
The 1 I be temperature tcmpeature yesterdayan resterdir eseday A as recorded rlorded by b the theofliclal IbeIn thefltclAl
I ofliclal thermometer hshown In the annexed anexd table tableKM lableIIJ tablehat
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und mu tomorrow lomorow light Irht to 0 fresh fn b northeast norheML to south southC toutbulnfb SOUlbwls
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showers today loa fair Illr and lad wanner war r tomorrow tomorrowlight to omorrw omorrwI morrow morrowIctit
I light I south winds becoming lecomlnr variable variableTor variableror arahle arahleI
I partly cloudy today day
ror Delaware parlY probably probablyinowcn prbahly prbahlytalr probablylioweTs
inowcn fair tomorrow 10 morro1 variable arahle winds windsFor wtnttsFor d
For New ew England Earlad fair today and ad probably probahlymorrow to tomorrow tonorrow ¬
morrow light IrM to fresh Ireb wind wnd moauy moU south southFor 6nuthIor southFor
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probably prb lF showers Ihower fair rarmona taiftomonrowvadsbie tomorrow variable ale wind windTor 1 windsrot <
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MARRIE1CHotTEMLlvltnAt MARRIED MARRIEDCHOATKOLIVHR MARRIEl MARRIElCloTIIt
CHOATKOLIVHR CloTIIt At St Peters rler Church A1 A1bany AIhlny Alhany
bany hlny X Y on Saturday Slurdar June 6 by b the lileh lilehHev lebl leblnev liighlRev
Rev William WilAm Cros Cros1 eli tone Doanelsbopor Illshopof Ltlbop of Albauy Albauyassisted tlbaurassisted I Ialsled i
assisted by h the tier le Walton Walon W V llattershall lalershal tttersbaIifl
1 1 fl O Cons Ora Lyman Ima Oliver Oher daughter of Mr one oneMrs Md MdMr andtire
Mrs Mr rtobert T01r Shaw 5ba Oliver OIer to Joseph Hodges HodgeChontr HodgsCholil HodgesCboete
Chontr Cholil Jr of o New York Yorl city cityPRASE et etPISEHORTNo eit eitvzttnMonroNon
PRASE PISEHORTNo vzttnMonroNon HOnTON On Wednesday June a I IMlddlelovm 10 10Middletow taMiddlelown
Mlddlelovm Middletow N Y by b the Rev He David Evans EvansMary Evas EvasMar nvansMary
Mary Mar Adelaide daughter dauQbler of Mrs Gordon Goron D DNorton BHontoc i ioroa
Norton oroa of Brooklyn N Y to Henry Ueor Hamilton HamiltonPease lamUoD lamUoDPea HamUtotiPease
Pease Pea of Rochester Robesler N Y YBUnniLL YDIEU YDIED
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June Jun 4 1M3 Ig3 Mary Ma Warflc4d WarOe1d wife wle of Percj PercjMldilltton Pef Pcre PcreMlddletoc I
Mldilltton ddeloD Uurrlll UurrlllInterment lurl iJurrlllinterment
Interment 101rent at Vatci alele atcber MIss MIs Lexington LexID loO Kj1 Kj1Natchtz KyNlthu Kratcbtz
Nlthu Natchtz and Memphis MeDllbls papers please plee cp cpOA copyQAa1O3uddeniy copy copyOASTONSuddenly
OASTONSuddenly OA SSuddealr al t 16W Setnth av New NewYork NewYork NewVork
York on June S Katharine Kalharne Cralf Crar Infant Infantdaughter Infaoldsurhler Infantdaughter
daughter of William Wiiam C and ad Klliabcth tlzlbetb Cralt CraltGuton CralrGa CraltOaaton
Guton GutonHAIOIIT Ga Oaaton1fATGt1Tiuddeur 100 100IAIJT
1fATGt1Tiuddeur HAIOIIT IAIJT Suddenly uddel at Portehester Porebler N Y 1 June JuneJoseph JuneI
I 6 Joseph llalght 14Ihl In tbe tb Jotb ycir esr of Ms bl ate ateFuneral ale ageFuneral
Ituneral Funeral service seT1ce from the lung Knr Street ii reel M E 1 Church Churchon
on In a Monday MondaI June s nl 2 P M MHAnniOANThe MHAnnmTh 1 1flRfl1GANThe I I
HAnniOANThe RevTtanlel 1 J 1 HarrlranstidiJeDlr HarrlranstidiJeDlron Inrran ifarrlran Itddenl Itddenlon suddenly suddenlyon
on June Jue 5 at his loitiicrs residence Idence IM Vine Vineyard Vinesr Vineyard ¬
yard sr ave Solemn Slemn hljh hl b rotss wlli wlU I be said saidfor Sid Sidlor sailfor
for the repose repo e of hls bl soul sul Monday toncar Junu Iun f fat Sa Cat
at a 10 A M at St SI Josephs Josep Church Yonkers VonkersInterment Vonkersv Yonkersinterment
N Y YInlermeltln >
Interment Inlermeltln In St Mans Cemetery Cemeler Yonkers ooler N NKl Y YKKKLEnnutcrcd VKIlLnnuutcred
KKKLEnnutcrcd Kl rLmJuterd Into lutl tat rest res Junn 0 I903 190 at Lake LakeHopatconc Lke LkeHopltconl takeHopteont
Hopatconc Hopltconl N J Harold Iald n Kwler KwlerBurial Keler Kelerlurla ICeeierlluriai
Burial lurla services rlcs Voodlawn WOldlnwl Ccmcttry Monday MondayJune MOIMY MOIMYJuoe MondayJune
June I at JtS 21 P 1 I M Train leaves lealcs Grand Ceo Central Cntral CeoInst ¬
tral Depot 135 135METZGAR t3 135MItTZGtROn
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residence reldnce ra Bast I < t 81st St Addle rdle ddle daughter daughterof I
of ollhele the lAle Christian Cbrslan and Adeline Adelne Mctzzar MctzzarKuneral MetzrarIuneral Jclzlnr Jclzlnruneral
Kuneral services erlcea on Sunday Suda June 7 at 10 A M MInterment HInhernient I IInlellent
Interment Inlellent private privateSCHOOHAKTROn prvale privateSCHOONUAI i i5CHOOX
SCHOOHAKTROn 5CHOOX SCHOONUAI UAJRa 1ROn Friday Irds June 8 Lewis LewisScboonmalcer LewisSboonmaker LewisSeboonmaker
Scboonmalcer Sboonmaker Jr JrFuneral JrFunersi IrFunerl
Funeral Funerl senIce seTce from residence of Albert n 8liogers nItocrn nHorers
Itocrn 81 all H Hartford Hsrrord road rad South Sulb Oranges OrangesN
N J Mountain Station 5lon Sunday June JUle 7 7I 7I 7I
I P M train lrln from Christopher Chrlsto er st ferry lerr Ierj New NewYork NeseYork e eYork
York YorkrVKS YorkThIIVICS
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Ioonle Celtic COJe to the 11f Pollee Pflel With Wih a Wound TTotindon WOUld WOUldon
on tho hit Cheek und a i Tale TAIl of an al Intruder IntrtulrrDaniel IntrudfrDaniel IntruderDaniel
Daniel Daniel Loonle a coal stevedore stcrdor at Forty Fortyeighth Fortveighth Fortyeighth
eighth street 8lrft and the East Eft River lver told CaptTighe Capt CaptTighe It ItTighe
Tighe of the E Est East st Fiftyfirst FICtf1t street Mrft station stationyesterday stationyellrdA stat Ion Ionyesterday
yesterday afternoon alernoon that he had been ben shot shotby Ihot Ihotby shotby
whom he found In his office
by a man II hil ofco at
337 East Elt FortyplKhth orIYf > llhth street tTt Loonlo Lonle hnd hnda
a slight slgh wound on his cheek cheekAccording cheekI cheekAccording
I According Acrding to Loonlo he ht went into his hisoffice hi hiofc hisoffice
office ofc on the second flond floor of iiisatable hisstabloabout hlstable about
2 oclock to get 1300 t30 300 with wih which to pay off offhis or offhIs
his hil employees tmpIOff The money lon was In a safe safewhich IIp IIpI safewhich
which was al locked lockedI lockld lockldIoone lockedLoonies
I I Loonies Ioone < says fY he heard hMrl a 1 noise no lee In I a back backroom bck bckroomlnc backroomarul
room roomlnc roomarul and a man came Cle running out Tim Timman TI TIman Theman
man took a pistol II tol from frm his hi pocket pcket and andfired andfired
I fired fred tho bullet bullt striking Loonle Lonie in thecheek the thecheek thechtk
cheek chtk Loonip Lonll says M Mm man ran Into Ilto the
back room rm again agan and jumped jumpd from frrI tho thowindow thowlncow thewindow
window wlncow twenty feet to the ground Then ho hofjonle lieClltflhd
I chnb Clltflhd d OtJ ottsr a hack fence and got pt away awnyI
fjonle Ionlf says IV alta that the man didnt dlht tenl uticalanything tenlanything Ipnlanvhlng
I anything anvhlng He i1 gavo a description cicfcrptlon of tl e eman em eman
man m n to the tl1 pour pI < and thrynrtf thl tlulttrreatI nrrPItd Mod Mlchail MlchailO fchal fchalG I
O ogliegan of 753 75 75BThsirdavenue Third avenue on suspicion suspicionGroghegan usplcoll ilspicloiiGsogbegan
Groghegan GtghEpan said rld ho wasnt WMlt the lie man mnnDied manI manDied I
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Died De Willie 11111 Paylns Pa1na for a Lire Lltf Insurance InsuranceJolley InAlranel Initt4in Initt4intlte
I Jolley JolleyMONTGOMERY tlte tlteMONTOoStEItY oll ollI
I MONTGOMERY lmrTOO EnY Ala ob June eWhilo eWhl In ludorblng illdorsing i idorslng
dorslng a check to pay the premium on a alife I itlife
life 11 hiMirancfl In lrnC polity plty for 1100 10000 which he hehnd hehad I Ihnd
hnd just jllt taken out Olt J 7 S Fnrrl Fnrr r drcpped drcppeddend drqIJddead slrippddead
dead her yesterday Ylltcrdn In tho Fancy FRrl Bank BankOlrd I IkaskDied nk nkI
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Died In the Street ttrpt or Heart lfarl niseiie DlteaeeAlbert niseiieAlbert 0111
I Albert Alhr Rcudder Sudder 20 o years old of 1070 lil ned Bodford nedI fledford
I ford avenue aonue Brooklyn DrooklI was a taken ill lI with withheart withheart I
I heart hArt Ulbeaw dl eMe at Clarkon Clarklon street and Ind Clove Cloveroad Cloveroad
road FlathUHh Flat hUIh yesterday llrday afternoon aftlroon and anddied Illd middied I Icill <
I died cill before nudicnl nld arrived arrivodYOUR arrivedYOUR
YOUR SILVER SILVERwill
will 1 bn bnABSOLUTELY b bABSOLUTELY beABSOLUTELY
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A Sale Sae of High Hgh Grade Shoes for forWomen forWomenAIAjMOSI Women WomenAT WomenAT
AT AT AIAjMOSI ALMOST MQ ONE QN 0 J J HALF AJF E JRI JRIShoes J PRICE PRICEShoes 11 11Shoes
Shoes of patent leather Vici Vic kid5 kid enamel or box calf calfhand I Ihand t thand
hand turned tured welt wel or light lght flexible fexible soles military militaryCuban miit ry 1 1Cuban ICuban
Cuban or French heels heelsFormerly hees I IForm IFormerly
Formerly Form 500 and 5600 600 600Formerly Special at S300 S300Special 300 300Formery 300Formerly
Formerly ry 5350 5350Formerly 350 50 Special Specal at 185 185Special 1 85 85Pormcrly i iFormery
Formery Formerly Formery 225 22 Special Specal at S 125 125In 1 2 25 25In 5 5In
In In Addition Aggii Aii n to t the th Above they th y will m OfferWomens Offer Qff QffeWomens r rWomens
Womens Lace Shoes of enamel or box calf cal welt wet solas sizes 2 23i 21 3 1
3i 3 and 4 Formerly 300 Special at 150 150Announce 150 150ah 1 50 50ak
ah Qnmpuuy Qnmpuuynn iIumpatq iIumpatqeT
Announce nn Mn eT Their TheirJune h heir heirJune ir
June Sale Sae Sale of Shirt Sht Waists WaistsWhich Wasts WastsWhich WaistsWhich I
Which includes incudes the most desirable models of allover alloverLace aUoerLace alloverLace I
Lace Waists of Cluny Irish Point and Antique Antiqu Laces LacesCrepe Lacs LacsCrepe LacesCrepe If
Bli Bliin
Crepe de Chine hine and China Silk Sik elaborately e1aboratey trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith 4 4with
with lace and chiffon chion White Waists W aistsof of India Ba Batiste Batiste Batiste ¬
tiste Mull Mul or Swiss in the newest effects efects with fancy fancyinsertions fancyinsertons fancyinsertions
insertions insertons of lace and medallions medallons some with wih elbow elbowsleeves elbowsleees st I Isleeves
sleeves and low neck As a special specal feature of the theSale te theSale I ISale
Sale they t tIl1
theyWill thWi Will Il1 Qff Qffer r fpr for fo MP Monday > June JM Ji8 Ji8Whie Eighth EighthWhite
White Whie China Silk Sik Waists with y ykl yke > ke of three rows of lace insertion insertionand Inserton I l ling tt t tand
and hemstitching hemstitch In finished with wih shirring shirrng sh1rrirt full ful sleeve with tuck tucking ¬ I j
ing and shirring shlrrnj fancy collar colar and cuffs open front front Value Valu I IWhie
500 At 298 298While 298White
While Whie China Silk Sik Waists pointed yoke with wih lace insertions and me medallion medalion roedalilon ¬
dallion effect lower OWU part of fine tucking fancysleeves fancy seeves finished finishedwith finishedwith I Iwith
with dalion tucking efect and lace open back Value 600 At 390 390An 390An S SAn
An assortment of Embroidered d Pongee and Foulard Waists dot doteffects doteffects t teffects
effects with stitched tucking and shirring in white wble navyor navy or tan tanValue tanValue 1 1Value
Value 600 At 390 390Attention 390Atention 390Attention
Attention Atention is invited Invied to the assortment asorment of fine fne Black Waists Waist of ofOrgandie ofOrlandie I IOrgandie
Organdie Lawn and Batiste Batste with yoke effects efects deep hemstiched hemstichedtucking hemstlhed hemstlhedtucking hemstchedtucking
Orlandie tucking and fine medallions others with fine tucking lace laser insertions Inse Insetlons lasertions ¬
tions and medallions medalions At 5690 690 750 and and51450 and51450Black andSi 1 450 450Black 450Black
Black Dotted Doted Swiss medalions Waists with wih white whie dots broad tucking with wit white whitehemstitching whie whiehemstitching whItehemstitching
hemstitching and pointed turnovers trnovers on collar cola and cuffs cufs of white whitehemstitched whitehemstiched whitehcmstitched
hemstitched hemstiched Lawn At 650 650Black 650Block 650Black
Black Lawn Waists tucked front plaited shoulder effect tucked tuckedback tuckedback tuckedback
back full sleeves At 5150 SI 150 150White 50 50Whi0 i iWhite
White Lawn ful Waists with tuckings and insertions insertons of lace or em embroidery ¬ j jbroidery i I Ibroidery
broidery At 98c 135 150 169 and ond 198 198Colored 198Colored
Colored Waists of Madras Batiste Batste and Zephyr Lawns in a variety of ofstripes ofslrlpes ofstripes
stripes and colors At 98c 135 135 198 1 98 275 and298 and298jKayc and 5298 298a1ui I
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shades as well wel as white and cream Valuc 58c 8c Special at 35c 35cSASH 35cSASH 35cSASH
SASH RIBBONS RIBBONSSatin
Satin Taffetas 6 6i inches wide soft finish colors white cream cre < m black blackpink blackpink blackpink
pink Tafetas blue nile or orviotet violet Value 55c 5c Special at < t 380 380Satin 380Setln 38oSatin
Satin Glace 5 inches nie wide in all al the most desirable deslrble color combina combinations combinetions combinatons ¬
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Fancy tons Novelty Ribbons 4 to 3l 3 inches wide in Dresden Dr sden effects effectsstripes efects efectsstrpes effectsstripes
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Satin Taffeta 6 inches wide Value 48c At 35c 35cDouble 350Double i iDouble
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