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VOL YOI VOLLXXNO LXXNO 290 NEW NEWYORK YORK WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 1903 190 19O3copurghs C coPIIih < WtoM t9 low 9tW bu b TA The Sun SUI Su PrWOia prl ln and PuWMntl Plblhlnu Allocation Amcalon PRICE PRIE TWO CENTS
TlioiifiM Thol11 the Metropolitan 1eropltan Deplored UePlohl Ieplohed the theNecessity theSrer theeceistty
Necessity Srer sl for the Murder Muer of Kin IUDS and andliiocn nd ndiiecnCzar I IIllrenC7r
IllrenC7r liiocn iiecnCzar CJir Send Nend Good Willie Ihe to the theNew theSeW theRuterN
New Hulcr Rulcr RuterN No O Action Aetu by b the Power PowerHvectal Pwr Pwrtrla Powerisieca2
Hvectal trla CaW Dtipatclwt Dtpach to Tin Tll SUN SUNf SUNItIIADE
f IlKunuuE ItIIADE June 18 18I 10It It can cn hardly ar be betuid beI1iI
tuid lld that tho town presents preaent a fcstlvo fstvo ap appearance apjarull appearalico ¬
pearance jarull There Ther has ha been n an a extraordi extraordinary oxtraor oitraordlizutry ¬
nary nlry lack of Interest Intert among tho majority majorityof mority morityof
of tho people PC ° P1 In I recent nnt event vents ventsTho vonththe
The Skupstchtna met at 10 oclock o ° clock thU thUmorning thl thlmoring thInwrnlng
morning moring but Uusnudlatcly Imudlately adjourned ajoured for forthfl fortf1 fortht
tf1 thfl purpose purpOfU of tttendlsig a great grat thanks thanksgiving thanksing thanksgiving ¬
giving ing service clIC at iL tho cathedral whero a aTo alell ar
To r Deutn lell wns vw M sung sungThe sllg sllgThe etingTue
The Metropolitan Itropoltnl who officiated omcilted read readn IcudI
n I brief address ddr In II which ha ht h congratulated congratulatedtho congmtulnte
tho 1io nation nuton upon tho restoration rCturatlun of the Kara Kutageorgevltch Kurapor KarageargevitelL
georgevltch por elch dynasty dynlty While Whie deploring dJlorng tho thonecessity thofor tubiiecvssity
necessity for the recent nnt ussaHsluatloiut Illtlonl tho thoMetropolitan tl thoMetropolitan
Metropolitan 1ftlopolt1 thanked tho army alny for what wiuitIt wlUt wlUtI
It I had done and 10 praised pralte1 its behavior lhavlol As Astho Asthu
tho til prelate preilto spoke fPoke tho officers otCOI present audi audibly ntidiIIv ud 1 1hlv ¬
bly expressed thoir t pleasure pltaull at Ills bl ht remarks remarksThe remarksThe remarkslhe
The Senate Snnte reassembled nrmblpd for the purpo purpoof urpote urpoteor urjo3 urjo3ot
of considering cnldlrlng a revision rI lon of the t1i Constitu Constitution Cumltlu Cumltlutlon onstitution ¬
will Introduced whIch wlilchwill whIchwi Idch Idchwilt
tion New clauses ChlUIf wil Ixj h1 Introlluled
will wi exclude cxcude any restriction of tlio Kings Kingspower mngspnwcr IcingspIwcr
power over the army armyOENKVA nrmyESB armyJuno
OENKVA ESB Juno Jlne 10 IOTh Tho Czar lw 11 < lyle telegraphed lpleIraphc lylegraphed ¬
graphed Iraphc to King Peter PI t 1 of Servln fin saying sayingLearning sayingLearnlng 1yllg 1yllgarlng
Learning arlng that tho Senate and Kkupstchlna Kkupstchlnahave Hklpstchlln Hklpstchllnhlve
have hlve unanimously Inlhnou ly proclaimed Jrclalm 1 you rOi King Kln of ofServia ofSfla ofServi
Servia Sfla I desire dl lr to express tXPIH to your LII Majesty Majestymy ajtHty ajtHtym
my m whe for the tIi prosperity Jr Jritr of f your votir our per person ptron persot ¬
son on aud 1111 country lJnln VOitltr May 11 It Ood 0 < l assist It you ou in intlin In11f inI
tlin 11f I hi enterpriw ntrprl yon yol fl have 11 undertaken IJtrlnkn for fortin forth fortli
tin liapplnetM of your YOII y fl p popl o P1 P1LONION > lv lvLONDON °
LONDON LONDN Juno Jln Jnn in Il M 1 Mljatovltch 1jao ch tho thoServian thoSrvlal timServialk
Servian Srvlal Minister lUlitel who lit ivmaiiw jlaIIL hero her antici anticipating nnlloirallng flflhtOipating ¬
pating reiippolntment reupplntmtnl d tltlard declared clared In an inter interview Interw interinw ¬
view inw w today his hii lnliif hIf that tho I ho Powers Powerswould PowerwOlld PowersWOIlIl
would wOlld not interfere I 1 1 rp 1 in il nny way with wih events eventsIn ecl e ents entsIii
In 11 Servla He I aid snidWhen saidhcn aidh
When h hcn n his hi Mujesty nrrivct IIrW rii es at II Bplgrndo Bplgrndoho Rthrdo Rthrdoh
ho h I a will wi ii i have hn to I form on it a I now 10W iiio Government GovernmentHIK GLcrllelt GLcrlleltRld Gj veritlitent veritlitentH
HIK Rld H iid give he formal notice lotico of hi h his uocotwlon nollol hut butwhen huthll hutwlieit
when hll ho doth dO 10 so o thoro Is if no 10 doubt dUlbt that III I tlio tlioIovers thoIoers t ho hoIorers
Iovers Ioers will lrco recognize IIl him unhesitatingly unhesitatinglyWhen unh ltltll I >
When 11 asked ked ronrernlng nCmlng the t he punishment punishmentof
of r the murderers murdfrprs of King III Alexander Altxndlr and andQueen Iml ImlIln andQtieen
Queen Iln Draga Dr a lio LO o said saidI alt altI
I have no 10 official o fdt I information ilrorlation hut 1 1take 1Ilke 1take
take Ilke this thi tht view If I the Servians Hfinl do not con consider cn cnFider conshier ¬
shier it proper propr to punish the murderers murderersand lurderers lurderersInd inurciereisand
and Ind all al the rest rCft of the Ihl world worldlhlnkd thinks it would wouldbe wouldbe
be 0 proper proprthcI properthen then unfortunatelythoServians unfortunatelythoServianswill unfnrUHltt unfortunately the SerIan SerIanwill trl
will vl find fd themselves Ulemsells opposed oppo d to the opinion opinionof
of every eer civilized civized pcopln and will wi do doublll doubllluer doubtlessiuffer libties libtieshuffcr
huffcr uer hi I the esteem of 01 these the o people pople popleam 1 1am Iam
am sure tho Servians are II extremely Ctclply anxious anxiousto anxiol
to retain reti tho sympathy inixtth 11th of the tht civilized civilizednations lvlid lvlidnationl civilizednations
nations nationl of Europe but I do d not IOt see IPI that thatthe I thatthe ha t tthe
the Powers Pove1 have the thl right to force forc their thtirmorality ther thermorlty theirmorality
morality morlty in I such 81Ch a mat mal uilattei tor 1 on 01 people who whodo whodo v1iodo
do not agree with them themThe thtm thtmThe tIuenThe
The best bt thing is I for for the Powers Powel to leave leavethe iave iavethe 1avethe
the matter mttr entirely to t the appreciation aJpreJtl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Servian Srn people pple Indeed IndeN I should shouldthink Lhould Lhouldtll shouldthink
think tll it would woud bo b a delicate delcal and Ild somewhat somewhatdangerous somewhatdangerous oluwhaL oluwhaLdaaru
daaru dangerous thing ting for fOf diplomacy to sit in injudgment II Injudgment
judgment on cthicalquiHlioiis cthicalquiHlioiisAt ethIc ethical qUUOlr questiouis questiouisAt
At A present prent wo o hav have the thi excitement tcltmelt of a apolitical apltcal apolitical
political pltcal crisis crl butthero but ther theru U i a possibility possibilitythat pAlbity pAlbitytht possibilitythat
that tht by and by b the Servians nlln will wi come cme to tothe tothe tothe
the conviction convicton that however they the may ia U Upleased 1J 1Jpleed iollCaOd >
pleased pleed and benefited benef1d by b the present pnln po political poltc politica1 ¬
litical ltc change it U I neither edifying llllng nor norlaudable norlaudable norlaudable
laudable to applaud political poltlcalllnatlul assassination asuoiwlnatlonIt
It would bo u UClll useless ett < H for I the ho Powers Powersto Fowcl
to try to coerce co rco i Servla Into punishing punishingthe punllhlngthe
the murderers Whatever is I done donI If it itis ItIt Itis
is It to bo of real value must mlsl bo hu the outcome outcomeof I Iof
of the serious seriols thought and all deep convic conviction conviction onv c ¬ I
tion of the Servian Seln people J ople If I they thl have haveno haveIn
no 11 In appreciation Ippreclton of evil evi in the manner the therevolution thercvolutlon therevolution
revolution wan effected clecttd nothing Li 1 to be begained helalned begaluied
gained lalned by h seeking leCldng to force them into a apretence apretence ajirotenee
pretence of a I conviction tOnlllon convict ion they do not notl notJISHl notIossees
l JISHl Iossees > o ess essM
M I Mljatovitdi lJatvldl explained that thlt as he heis heI
is I not at the moment a Minister Unlter he does doesnot do donot doesnot
hi h hits There Therefore Thcrefor Therefore
not meet > > diplomatic colleagues cleagul ¬
fore for he doe doe not know what is It passing be between 1 1I beteeli > ¬ I
tween I el the Powers POWB and ani I he does dOf not present presenthis
his hi I ii views vll as being belll official ofclll nfl eial hut he said Haii it itseemed iteled iteeinrsi
seemed eled to him that It I would be ls the wisest wisestnnil wLIt wisestiuuuui
nnil 111 most lot dignified dijnHpd course Cllr for the Powers Powerstu Powerl Powerlto
tu net lCt as a he had suggested suggestedSKMUV stiggestetiMNart U f lli
SKMUV SK tI Slavonio Jun Junl 18 1fLThen Them is isevery i ipr isevery
every pr present pllnt indication that the head of oftlio orIIJ ofI
tlio IIJ I liii army arl havo seized tlwd control of Servia rvin and andthat nndthat andthat
that King Kln Peter will wi he little ltte other than a aroyal aroal itroyal
royal captivo captivoIt capt I IIt
It IH I predicted predlctedthlt that the til I lie real rea government governmentof Jovenl1ut Jovenl1utor
of it the country will wi bo a military mitary dictator dictatorship dlctalorhip dictatorhLp ¬
ship hip under the revolutionary leaders leadel Cot ColMaschin Cl Clllchln CotMuachin
Maschin llchln and Ild Col Mischitch The whole wholecountry wholeolntry wholecountry
country olntry Is l already under lmier under military mitarv rule ruledictated ruleaud ruleand
and II all publo pubho at acts en though purillilng purporting purportingIf
10 If come from the prIRlonal mnistry ministry are aredlctattd orelictated
dictated dlctattd by the military mllalT chiefs chiefsIt chlefl
It I is stated ftated with apparent apprent truth tnth that it itwas ILa8 Itwas
was a8 against the wishes wish eM of a majority of the theministry thelinllr timeimministry
ministry linllr that theSkupstchina tbeSkuptchln voted thanks thanksyesterday thankyPtcra thanksyesterday
yesterday yPtcra to tho brave bravt army arm for Us patri patriotic patr patrietle ¬
otic 010 deed ded before bfore electing electn a King KingThe KingTbo RingThe
The Skupstcliina Skupstc na which wtch IH I the Radical Kadicalone
one disposed dlp81 of by King Kng Alexanders AlexaderI auto autocratic autocratic autocrtIc autocratlo ¬
cratic crtIc decree der and restored rtor by the revolu revoluono revolutionist reoluonllt rev olu olutionists ¬
tionist onllt is It in the grip grp of military mltar officers officersThe OmCNI officersThe
The Te first flt prominent promnent man ma to show open dIe disapproval dlsIpprV dIeapproval ¬
approval IpprV of the military ml ta oligarchy olgarhy opn Is M Mlerahios Miershlcs r
lerahios JeT who today resigned resgne the vice vicepresidency ve velrsldency vicePresIdency
presidency lrsldency of tho Senate nato in token of tIle dissatisfaction dlf tIle1atkfaction ¬
satisfaction satisfactionThe tlsfactlonThe
The elaborate elbrate disposition dis llonnow now in progress progressconcerning progrfs progrfscncrig progressnoernLng
concerning cncrig the new Constitution Constiution are more moreor moreor moreor
or less of a farce farc Tho heads headl of the army ary
believe oleve that King Kng Peter is a compliant cmplant man manlacking mln mlnlkg manlacking
lacking lkg strength etnith of will wl and they propose proposeto PrplO
to IC make secret fecret terms torm with his hl Majesty by bywhich b bwhich bywhich
which they will 1 keep kep in their own hands handsthe handl handsthe
the thl power tey they grabbed gbbd through blood bloodIt blod blodIt
It pwer remains rcrain to t be seen however how far farcertain farthr farthey
thr they will il 6ucd aucceod snl K Ktng ng Peter II Is to a acran acertain
certain extent lxont an unknown quantity quantt and andhe andhe andhe
he cran may be b less le complaisant omplal llt than thn is Ilsupp supposed supposedIn
In connection conneion with this thi subject ubjct a con conversation concratlon convereation ¬
versation cratlon overboard in Belgrade Blgrade Is I l nig nigniflcant significant g gnifcnt
niflcant nifcnt Two peasants antR were ere gazing at a aportrait aprrait aportrait
portrait prrait of King Knl Peter and one of them themasked themke themasked
asked ke Who is itT It Ho received recelvo the reply reply1t
ft r is i the new King KingBut Kng KngBut KingBut rlpy
But why did they kill k the old King
he hl first fnt peasant asked Ike I dont know knowreplied kno knorHple knowreplied
replied rHple the te pt other Mbut but I think the army armytlont ar
did not lke like him BuL supose to the arl arldont army armytiot
tlont like lke the new King11 Kilg King 6UIPF Then Tln re rePLEASES r tolied
too rIP lied hl hbi cmpanion companion they wi will kil kill him himtoo
tllmlon IItnn or Peter rrcr a as ItliiK mlC of Srrvla Ap Approved Approcd p ¬
proved provediprtial prord8pUlnl procdSpeiat
iprtial Cubit Deipatth lplrh 10 < o Tan SUN SUNCKTTtKJE SUNCfTNIE SUNt11
CKTTtKJE CfTNIE t11 ZNJE Montenegro Monttnegr June 16 11111 11111rlon ICTlma ICTlmaelecUon The Theelection
election rlon of Peter Karagoorgevltch Krforgvlch as I King Kingnf KingnI
nf SorvU nI was ns received rlve here hpr with wih enthusi enthusiasm enthusiasm l lpm ¬
asm pm by Prince Prlnr Nicholas Nlehol < and Ant the people peopleCfncrally pollie pollieInlrly peoplegenerally
generally Inlrly The 111 Princes Pric eldest eldeft daughter daughterTVirka da daulmter7orka htr htr7rka
TVirka 7rka who died rled In JA7 1Qu7 W was the wife of ofKing ofKing ofKing
King Peter Prince Prn Nicholas Nlctoln in address addressing addN8 addresslug ¬
lug 111 a crowd of people pople extolled ctolpd the virtue virtueand virtuesand lruI lruInnd
and bravery brver of the ancestors of Peter PeterAt Pttpr PttprIhe
At the name lme time tme the Montenegrin IoltelcRrn ruler rulercondemned rulCIIndmed rulerndemned
condemned Indmed the th manner in which King
Alexander Ionndlr was al killed killedt kied kiedI killedtke
I le t lac Hablt H HabltAd I < Ur U
DEATH LIST MAY GO TO 300 300Survivor 30 300univors
Survivor Search 8nrcbhe Searehlleppner Heppner Ruins lulns for forBodies rorBoe forHodte
PORTLAND PORTND Ore Juno leSurvlvors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cloudburst oloudbulL whIch descended dOnde on Hepp Heppner 10pp 10ppner lloppnor ¬
ner on Sunday evening ee ore ae gathering up uptho uptho upthe
tho bodies of tho dead dea and It Is I now bo bolloved bolove helioved
lloved love that from 250 5 to 300 S lives lves havo been beenlost bn bnloat beenlost
lost loat
Thero is If said ski to t be little lte need ne for doctors doctorsand doctorsAnd doctorsand
and nurses as all l who were In the path pLh of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the waters watel perished porlshe and nd those who are arealive arealve arealive
alive alve escaped eBap unhurt being on high ground groundaway groundawn groundaway
away awn from fr m tho flood floodThe food foodfho floodrime
The Portland Portand office ome of tho Oregon Orgon Railway Railwayand Raiway Raiwaynd Railwayand
and nd Navigation Company Compy has received reclvtd the thefollowing thefolowllg thefollowing
following folowllg message ml > age via Echo EchoRoughly Eho EhoRughly EchoRoughly
Roughly Rughly estimated etlnated almost alot all ni the people peopleliving peoplelving peopleliving
living lving on the banks of Willow Wiow Creek were weredrowned werodrwn weredrowned
drowned drwn d Need relief relef in the shape of a alargo alarge alarge
large body bdy of men mel to t clear cear away dfibriw dfibriwand d brll brlland brie brieand
and bury bodies bodll Agent Herman Keran and wife wifearc wifeare wifeare
are presumably IJsurnby dead as they have not notyot 10L 10Lot notyet
yet ot boon bol found foundOno foundOiue
Ono 010 man who has reached Juno from fromHeppner fromItppnel fromlIellfleI
Heppner Itppnel says saysIt IYR IYRIt saysIt
It In now known Imowl that at least 275 or 300 300persons 300persons
persons p1n > were ele drowned drwned 115 corpses COIIf have havoboon havebll havebecim
boon bll hastily ha8tly buried burle in wooden woen boxes and andpome and50t013
pome 1110 were Wtre merely ltrpl wrapped wrapjd In blankets blanketsThero blanketRThero blanketsThere
Thero wero still Itl several leeral wagonloatls wagonloatlsof wngonlolcs wngonlolcsof
of dead on their way to the cemetery when whenI
I left Ift Heppner Itself Ielt has ha boon pretty prottywell proty protywel prettyvell
well wel searched IMrchrd except In piles plO of diibris diibriswhore d llriswimtre brh brhwllre
whore wllre it is II i thought grout grlaL numbers nlmbers of bodies bodieswill bdi bottleswill
will wil be found foundJ fould fouldJ
J W Moore Moor of otthbcty this city who was wM formerly formerlyStntn formcrlySlnll formerlyState
State Slnll Senator Snator from frol Morrow county count in II ono onoof onoof ofloof
of tho heaviest losers in II a financial fnancal way waylxcnuse wayhccW wayhecouse
lxcnuse hccW of the flood He le owned a con considerable contldlrable considerable ¬
siderable tldlrable portion porton of tho town of Heppner Heppnerand Ipppner Ipppnerand fluppnerand
and much of his hi property roprty ls I located loted on onlow onlow onlow
low ground grolld where tho effect of t the water waterwas waterI waterwas
was I most seriously felt feltHis fpl feltHis
His family famiy Is I In II Portland Portand but his hi father fatherinlaw fatherInlw fattierinlaw
inlaw Inlw and sinter sItel are at Heppner and up upto lp lpto upto
to a late hour hal I last lalt night he had received receivedno rclved
no 10 news of thorn thornHenry thornhenry
Ilm Ilmlelry
Henry lelry Blackmail Backmnn ut lt one time limt Collector Collectorof Clector Clectorof
of Internal Interal Revenue HOelle for Oregon Orlgon went to toHeppner toHeppner toHppwr
Heppner on UI Saturday HaIJnh where ho is il supposed supposedto tuPPoRed tuPPoRedtn
to have been IIn nt the time tme of tIre thl cloudburst cloudburstNo coudbursl coudburslXI
No XI NI word Vt rd has hl been tlN1 hoard IIarc lies rd of him himThe llm llmThe I i I in inThe
The Oregon OIJOI Railway I lway und 111 mind Navigation NavigationCompany XavlJlton XavlJltonCompal NavigationComimpany
Company Compal has 111 received recived information hlfonnaUol that that t a ahorseman ahnNnl almiirseinari
horseman hnNnl nnle rodfAhead rxlenhead ahead of the flood fl and andwarned andwarnfl aridwarned
warned warnfl the thepeoplo people of Lexington LCtlnplol and lone loneand loneand Toneand
and by thin thl means mfan tho loss Iof of life lfe at those thoseI IhOe IhOeplC thosepisces
I places plC was prevented preventedLIPTON pr1ented pr1entedITO preventemlIJITV
Irw nrr or Shnmrork iblllrok til 11 enrol CIIt iiest or Amerloans Amerloansat mtrlrln mtrlrlnat
at a Illnner UIIr In II London Londonfiprtlal LOleon LOleon81ulal LotiglonSicclaI
fiprtlal 81ulal LMe ath lopllrh tripalch cipatt > > M h h Tim Tn R RUN SCJLONDON RUNLOION SvNLoNDoN
LONDON LOION Juno Jlne 10O 1 F Wilson Wlln vice vicepresident vicepresident ie
president pritlnt of time Equitable Equiablo Life Assurance AssuranceCompany AssuranceCcnmipariy
Company gave n 1 dinner dilllr tonight tolight in honor honorof hOlor honorUt
of 01 Ut Sir Thomas Lipton Liplol at the Cnrlton Clrlon Hotel HotelThere HotelThrre lintelThere
There were seventy RClnt guests gUl > I most of them themAmericans themA themArnrrleans
Americans AmericansThe A ArnrrleansThe 11 11 11 I
The dining dlling room was elaborately elabortely deco decorated dco dcorted deco decorated ¬
rated rted with Ith signal signa flags nagt and pictures picturs of the thethree thethr thethree
thr three Shamrocks Shamrockl The tables were we orna ornamented orn ornarnjiited ¬
mented mentr with full ful sailed Raie IIed models mo l ofthe rte chal challengers ch chlenlel ehallemigors ¬
lengers lengersMr lenlel
Mr lr Wilson Wion in proposing prrllnj a health to t Sir SirThomas Sirhol SirThomas
Thomas hol said sid his hi only wish wuh was that tho thobest thoh thebest
best h t boat bat would woult win iii but if I it was W8 Inevitable Inevitablethat ieitable ieitablethat inevitablethat
that tho bo lifted the
Cup b lfed Americn public publicin publc publcin
in whose whol heart hear Sir Si Thomas has hW H I large lrge warm warmsi warmpot warmspot
si spot pot > ot wanted wanld to see Mt him as a till tht lifter lfter for they theyadmired tho thondllld theyadmired
admired ndllld his hi persistency penIItncy and nd true trul sports sportsmanship sportsinanalmiji prt8 prt8Imnhl ¬
manship manshipSir Imnhl ImnhlSir
Sir Thomas Thomll rliomim paid a tribute trllull to th con continual 0 continual n nt ¬
tinual t nual kindnesses klldlS 1 ho had received Ilhld from fromtho fromtho fromthe
tho Americans Anlrcan He II reiterated eitratd ills hil strong strongconfidence 8tron 8tronconfdencO strongcorifidenco
confidence confdencO that he h would win time th Cup which wluchwas whhwa whichwas
was wa Increased IncreMtd by his having a trial horse horseIn hol ImorsIn
In American waters a thins Ihln ho lo lacked lack d in inprevious Inrtvlol inPrevious
previous rtvlol contests contestsFrom contlHtsFrom Colmtet8From
From what ho hI had heard the Reliance Reliancemust Illllo Illllonlot Itelianconiust
must nlot bo b a bit of a wonder He was glad gladof gladof gladof
of this thit as af ho lo wanted wantd to win against aganst the thebest th tht timebest
best t boat that America Amurca could produce produceHe produc
He HI denied der l 1 that it 1 was wa his hll intention intenion to race racethe le racetime
the Shamrock I in the preliminary prelmlnar races racesof rac8 rac8of racesof
of tho 00footers orootCI hut after afer the Cup races racesho rac raceslie
ho would woul 1x3 willing wilup to race rac her against againstany againstany
any boats desiring delrnl a trial trialHe trial trialHe
He believed beleve that Shamrock Shamock III UI was the thofastest thef thufastest
fastest f tIHt boat Ilat ever built In the United King Kingdom Kingdom Kingloin ¬
dom If r the Reliance Helanco was wa superior fUpror to her ho howould hi hiould hawould
would ould bow his head to thoStarnanclStripes thoStarnanclStripesconsider thoStarRandSlripeconbldor tiuc Starsand Stripes Stripesconsider
consider Herreshoff Herlhol n wizard wl7arc aud regard tho thodays thodap tinidays
days of miracles as not having ha vilg passed plc but butif butIf butif
if he won ho wn wnt was sure sUe the Americans Amcrlclf would wouldgrant wouldRranL wouldgrant
grant him the th Cup Cp with the best grace He Hehoped Hehope Hehoped
hoped hope that the next dinner he attended atended in inEngland InEnglnd InEngland
England Englnd would have the blooming mug mugas muga mugas
as a a table ornament ornamentFORCE orament oramentllT ornamentISItITISII
llT 181 fWE
Mad ad Mullah 1lah Said to have Ino Col Cobbei CobbeiiptNlltlon CobbcExrledlon CobbesExPedition
ExPedition Exrledlon In a Tight 1slt Hole HoleSpecial 101t 101tSpulul HoleSpecial
Special CMi Clb Despatch Dnpnlcl to 0 Tn Tna SON SONIXIXDON SCNINION SexLoNDoN
LoNDoN INION Juno Juo 17 1A 17A A despatch desptch to t the theDaily theDaily theDaily
Daily Molt Mai from frm Aden den nays Rf that tht reports reportsreceived rprl rprlrcthed reportsreceived
received there confirm cnfm the statements sttement8 that thatCol thatCol thatCcl
Col Cobbe Cobb commanding cnunldlng a column clumn of the theBritish theBritbdm I Iritih
British ritih expeditionary expiionary force forc against aglt the theMnd th theMad
Mad Mullah uib of Sosnaliland Smallnd is in i n 1 some somewhat somewhat me mewht ¬
what wht serious eriou predicament predicment at Callady Clady His Hisforce Hisforc HIsforce
force forc is It on half rations rationsCen mtlonGen rationsCeo
Gen Manning Mannig tho commander cmmder of the theexpedition theexpeditlou tileexpeLition
expedition is If also alo surrounded urroude and ad U unable unableto
to assist al L Col Cobbe owing principally principallyto prlclpal
to want of transport transportTROOPS trnsprt trnsprtTllOP transportTROOPS
Dcwey Dcwl flewe and III Is Cowboys en Trial In Kansas Kansatlor Kansl Kansllor Kansasfor
lor Murder MurderST Iurdr IurdrST IurderSt
ST FRANCIS Kan Juno 18 16Surrounde 10Surrounded 10Surroundedby Surrounded Surroundedby
b by a strong strng guard of militia mita Chauncey ChaunceyDewey Chuncey ChunceyDee ChaunceyDewey
Dewey Dee W Y J McBride McBrde and Clyde Wilson Wilsonfaced Wisn Wisnfnced Wilsonfaced
faced Justice JUtlce Hall Hal In the county court courthouse cut cutbou courthouse
house bou e here today for their preliminary preliminaryhearing prellnky prellnkyheaing preliminaryhearing
heaing hearing on the charge of the murder of ofDaniel ofDnnlel ofDaniel
Daniel Berry Hery and his hi two sons 8n last week weekWhen wek wekWhen weekhmen
When hmen the first frst witness witnC Ed Tucker Tcker one of ofcaused ofDewot ofDeweys
Dewot Deweys cowbyawl cowboys was caled called a sensation WI was wascaused
caused caused by I the witness wltn refusing refulng refastn BIton to answer answerall alwer alweral answerall
all al questions Cu tlol put by AttorneyGeneral AtorneyGenera Cole Coleman Cle Cleman Coleflail
man for the State Attorney Coleman Colemanappealed Cleman Clemanappeale Colemanappealed
appeale appealed to the Court Curt and ant Justice Justco Hall Hallordered Hal Hallordered
ordered Tucker Tcker sent Int to t jail Jnl for contempt contemptas cntempt cntemptW
W as ho did Al Wlnship Winhip another of Deweys Deweyscowiioys DeweysCwlls Deweyscovmboys
cowiioys Cwlls who ho followed folowr Tucker Tcker on the thestand theItand thestand
Itand stand and also all declined dolne to testify tOty Beach Beachanswered B BeachD h hD
of the and andwhen andwhen
D Berry rry told the Itory story kiing killing
when asked who frp1 tired the frt first shot Khotanswerl shotanswered
answered promptly Chauncey ChaltfY Dewey DewoyThe DeweyThe DeweyTime
answerl The Korrys BerrYf prompty were killed kle1 when found foundcutlng foundcutlngwiro cutting cuttingwire cuttingwire
wire fences fencl around the Dowey ranch There Therehad Therehad Timershail
had long been hPn a 1 feud between bet wten Dewey Dewcyand Dewcyandtrnl and andfinal andemail
final trnl ranchers ranchersCar rAnchel rAnchelCnr ranchersar
Car ar Afire Afe on Uroadwaj UroadwajA BroadwaA
A southbound tuth und open opn car on the Broad Broadway Broadway road roadWiY ¬
way WiY line Ino blew ble out a 1 fuse fus lost lalt evening ovlmlj and andcaught ad adcaught andeatmgimt
caught fire fre in front frnt of the Flatiron Fltrn build building buid buidIng build111g ¬
ing Tho Te employees erplolcf of the tle Flatiron Jltrn ran rana ri rin rana
a line Ino of hose hos out and ad put out the fire fre be before befor hefore ¬
for fore tho engines englnB camn camnTtic cnro cnroT caineThe
The nlfiwsntMt ntssftnteMosthWal lranl 1 pathway pthw Iradlnir I ladmn adlnr out 01 ° or Into IntoN 1110 1110N Intot
t N T Y b L via 1 Hudson IIdon Ulvcr flay lay UnrAaour UnAdYour LineAdi LineAdiYour
Your our tMM 11 giMea s dout II you rOi wtat relief rUen Best Bestnd Be Bmtsad
sad nd chr chaplal pcal Is I Sprncer 8rlcer It 1 Ualdcn Mldfl iMt LeAa LaneAds Adt
Youincr owllcr Member lembU Go Away owuy Orowllnc OrowllncBecame OrowlDI OrowlDIBecuse GrewiIn GrewiInileesuse
Became Becuse MlOOO IMM 0 on Hand lald I I Is to Be BeDevoted Bel BeIkrveted
Devoted l Yote to Tariff Tr Tract Tct WbUe WUe Eat Eating EatInl EatIng ¬
ing Drinking and Sleeping Sleplul Surcease 8nrceaeThe 8roee 8roeeThe SurceaseTime
The Reform Rform Club at Twentyseventh Twentyseventhstreet TenLyvnth TenLyvnthetret
street etret and ad Fifth Ffth avenue aenu will wl cease cl to t bo b a asocial aIca asocial
social Ica and ad political pltcal organization organiton at the theend theen theend
end en of this thi year and andwl andwlll will revert rver to its original originaltariff originl originltll originaltariff
tariff reform basis This decision
tll rtorm bi Tl dolon was wasreached wasreached
reached rached late lost It night nht after ater a stormy meet meetIng met metat meeting
Ing at which the younger oungr members memor who whoeventually whoeventualy whoeventually
eventually eventualy were er beaten heatll in the vote ap appauded Ip IpI appauded
pauded denunciations denunclatonR of the management managementThe
I The resolution rsluton which was wa so 8 bitterly bitterlyfought bltr bitterlyfought
fought before bfor it was wa ixissed plsd was WI as a follows followsttttulrrtl folows folowsRuuld foliowsRescind
ttttulrrtl Ruuld That blt the board of trustees trlrtell after aftertho lfter lfterthl muttertiiq
tho thl nxplrutlon oxpirtiol of the lease lelso of tho clubhouseon clubhouse e
on 01 oh Dec 31 1103 103 shall hnl provide Ilrlde suitable 811abl8 ac accommodations le lecmmodntol mueCo ¬
commodations cmmodntol Co for the t lit coimnlttera to 01111 maimmitt cis on publi publication immibllcation ¬
cation olton nfllcers otlcer library lmry and readIng readlJ room roombut roombut roombut
but shall not uiwlor the th conditionscontinue
hll 10t Ildlr present Ilrlnt conditions conditionscontinue condito conditocntnue
continue cntnue tho wine rooms rOOI restaurant rltlurant or pro provide pr proYUle ¬
vide loiffiiitt lodglul < for members mimibenWhat l1nblr l1nblrWhut membersWhat
What It I really rtal means ntnR according acrding to somo somoof tle tleof sotnoof
of the younger members relht 1 Is that tho old oldtimers olt oldtimers
timers tmers have hle laid hold of the money 10Iy re resulting resultng rasuiting ¬
suiting sultng from frol the tl sale < lo of tho club cuh property propertyto
to spend on 01 tariff tarif reform pamphlets pamphlett while whilethe whie whiethe whiletime
the younger Orger members IlnJrR who have been beencontributing b 1000contributing n ncontrlbutnj
contributing contrlbutnj to tho ho finances fnancR get no morn mornl mol niorIeef
l hef Ieef > oef and andTh nndThf erichTimmi
Th Timmi club cub was wat founded foulde about sixteen sixteenwars sixteenI1 sixteenyears
years wars I1 ago io to further tariff taril reform refoln and Ild aridhricldermtall
incidentally Incldenlaly hricldermtall for iwlltlcs IUtlcs The organizers organizersalso orglnlztrH orglnlztrHal8
also planned social al side to their
al8 a fC tlde organize organization orgalbm orgalbmlon organizetloii ¬
tion lon and Ind purchased plreul d the tw clubhouse cubhouf and nd a 1
large lre number nllbe of young younl mcn leu joined joinedIn joinedII
In II ISJl there lerH were wer OIL1 01 ivsident IsldenL memoes memoesBut Iembel rnenmbenc rnenmbenclImit
But BiL the tli social cl side was neglected the theyoung theounl theyoung
young ounl men mel say sn and last Ilst year ear the number numberof
of resident reHI < ent members 1IIIe1 had decreased decrIMd to 314 314As 314Al 314As
As Al there had been CI a small smal deficit dpfclt each eachyear eachyear aehelr
year elr tho management 1I1gerent took alarm llIm and andsold AndMld andsoitl
sold Mld the clubhouse for about 400000 400000Aftor 400 400000After
After Afr all al debts had been LIcn paid the club clubfound cub cubfOlnd clubfoummd
found fOlnd Itself Iet with wih a surplus lulluR of about ah ut 55000 55000Tho 55000Ihe 50
The di disposal K > sal of tho surplus was Wlf the Issue Issuelast iSfUO iSfUOlat issuelast
last night nightThe nl nightlime ht htniP
The old tariff t1rif reformers rform1 proposed that thatit thatI
it I should 8hOlid be devoted to tariff tarl prpolec reform propa propaganda propagaldn propagamida ¬
ganda gandaTlio galdn
Time hp younger men Iln who liked Ikcd the club clubfor clubfor Iuh IuhI
for its iK iitcoimnodutions Ilrlmodatlons and life IlA urged urgedthat urgedthat urgedthat
I that It either cltl r l he > o continued contnled as al it had been beenor bcenI beenor
I or that the surplus flrplus be lJ divided divide pro rata rataThey rta rataI
i I They llpy also al contended cntnded that they were the themen theIC the010L
men IC who frequented the club cub that many manyof malY malYof manyof
of time original tariff tarl reformers barely barelycnme brpy brpycml barelycanme
cnme cml to the thp club euh at all al and that for the thelast theIAt thelast
last five f years y Vllr ears a tariff IIIll reform discussion discussionhad dlsu liselmeslonhind Rlol
had bpfil heard h rd there Tariff
never lelr brl1 therf Tarif re reform r reterra ¬
form as a political Illti 1 question they declared declaredwas cclred cclredwas
was dead and ald they did not lot want all al the themoney themoncy timenloney
money devoted dootc to funeral fUlcl1 literature literatureOn Iterturl
On a motion lotlon last night Ilght to postpone for forthree forthlo forthree
three thlo weeks elk action actlol on the resolution Ifllton postpnc the thevote theote thevote
vote ote utood 77 7 for postponement pAtpnemelt 27 against againstbut aglinst aglinsthut againsthut
hut 83 8 proxies were wer cMt cast mt against agauilt postpone postponement pstpno pstpnoIwnt postponemaclit ¬
ment Iwnt and the young men mIl saw aw that they theywere theyere theywere
Iwaten IwatenSpeeches iwatermSpeeches
were ere hPltNI hPltNISpeche
Speeches Speche > were made Indc denouncing dpnolocng tho thomanagement thoI timemaimagenilent
I management malagelUnt of the thl clubhouse cubhoul by thn thntrustees thntrullel thetrustees
trustees trullel and ad the younger men a majority majorityof
I I of those thol present prSJt cheered them thel Then mjorlty sub subi subI substitute
i I stitute Ittute resolutions rAlutlonl were wer offered oferd suggesting sugestnc sugestnct suggestingI
t that tht the theelub club either eithr continue cntnue Tlth Ub lees leespretentious 1t1 lesspretentious
pretentious plttntoW accommodations Icmmodatonor or establish establisha establlb establlba
a downtown lunch club cub to be b run in con connection rn rnnlctl eonnection ¬
nection with the proposed office
nlctl ment mentThese prps oto arrange arrangement arg arrangemerit ¬
mentTOe meritThese These TOe were also 11 voted down and when whenthe whenj whentime
j the young youn men mel protested Jrotetld that tariff tarll reform reformwas rform rformWI
I was WI a dead Issue Ie ue Franklin Fankll Pierce Picrc said saidTlmero aldTher
1 There Ther can al bo L no issue ISuu no tO grand as W that thatI
j I of free fr trade tradeI trate tratePnident tradePresident
I I President Wallace Walac MacFarland lcFarland advised advisedhusbanding IIild IIildhu advisedimtmsbatmcliimg
husbanding hu 1ndllg resources rurces of the club cub which whichmeant whichmeant whichmeant
meant doing away with the club cub teat fcaturtw felt feltur teatures
urtw ur and the thl original orhpinl resolution re olulon was 1 car carrifd carrd carild
rifd rd by practically prneticly the name ne vote ote The Thni ThAyoung Theyoung
i young men mln many IIIY of them soy ay theyll theylli theyl tiieyUresign
i resign at the end of the year yearI yearLOU
I C K J G t > Billings Ollnl Green reen Trottln Totlns Trotting Mare Marelion Mareoes tae taeI
I lion JOe oes One Mile II to Union In SrtHl 2 14 14CLEVELAND 14I 24C1avFLaxD
I CLEVELAND C VFtND June 18 IILu 10Lou Lou Dillon Dion the thegreen theI thegreen
green grn trotter troter purchased purchad by C K O I Bill Billings BI Bittlogs ¬
I logs InKI of New York at the recent rlcnt FosigTlp FosigTlpton FI1gTlpI
ton Company Cmpany solo Aie for 12500 t25 broke brke all allwagon al allwagon
I wagon wagn trotting trottng records rcrda for mares in a 1 race raceagainst rRc raceagainst
against aganst time tl me this ths afternoon afteroon at the first firstsnatlnee frst firstmnatin4e
I snatlnee matne of the thl Gentlemens Driving Drng Club Clubwhen Cub CubI ClubI
I when she stepped Iteppd a mile mlo in 206 206She 200She 0
I She was advertised adorUle to go to beat l > at 214 214but 21 214i
i but the fiveyearold daughter of Sidney SidneyDillon SidneyDillon
Dillon Dion won Wi feeling feUng just on edgeand cgeand after afterallowing afleraloing afterallowing
allowing aloing her to go the first ttt half of the themile themlo timemile
mile mlo against the watch In II 104K t0y Mr r Billings Billingsbrought Bllng Billingsbrought
brought her home in l01Jf lOt lOtHer
Her nulls mie this thlafttrnoon afternoon breaks btas the worlds worldsrecord worldsrecord orldi
record of 207 07 which was wa made by Lucille Lucilleat
at rcr Lexington Lxingtn three thl years yea ago ao mA when driven drivenJohn drivenby drivenby
by C K G Billlns W as wel well as dethrning dethroning
John A McKcrron DIUnls s matinee matn performances performanceshis prformn s shi
his hi fastest fWt t mark mark being bin 206K 206KWhilo 20 206 206Wimile
Whilo 110 Mr Billings Bl ngs drove Lou Lu Dillon Dion to toa toa toa
a worlds worldf record recr he also al drove The Te Monk Monka Mon
a mile mio In 2OOJf 20 and Fred S Wedgowood Wedgowooda
a mile n lo in 208J 20y 200 He le also aso started Bare in six sixscheduled sixcheduled sixscheduled
scheduled races rac getting gttng two firsts fr three threeseconds thre threes00OndS
seconds and one third tl rd In both bth races racesthat racl racesthat
that Charles Cbare Otis Ot of Cleveland started stae in inhe Inhe inha
he beat ba out Mr Billings BillingsVISSAR Bilngs Bilngs1tSR Billings1ISS4I1
Miss t Marion Ialon Davidson IahhQI Graduated Gradute Last LastWeek L1 Liteek
Week eek eek Mow ow Married MarriedBOSTON MarriedBOSTON Iarre IarreBSTO
BOSTON BSTO June Jue 18 11Ml 10Miss Mies Marion Maron Davidson Davidsonof Davldon Davldonot
of Watortown has hW established etblshe a new record recordas reor I
as a tho commencement ommencment girl to get gt married marriedthe mae marriedthe
the soonest 8nOt after afer graduation graduaton The young youngwoman youn youngwomanwhmo
woman womanwhmo who Is I the daughter dughterot of Mr Mrand and Mrs MrsHerbert Mr MrsHerbert
Herbert Herbr Davidson Davdson was wa graduated grauate from fromVassar fromVMr fmomVassar
Vassar VMr College Clege lost lt Wednesday WednesdayTonight Weneday WenedayTonight WednesdayTonIght
Tonight she became bame the wife Ito of H H HMurdock HMurok HMurdock
Murdock Murok of New York the wedding weding taking takingplace takingple takingplace
place ple in the First Jllt Bapt BptlL Baptist 1st Church at Water Watertown Waterton Watertown
town townHer tonHer townHer
Her classmates clUtate gave the bride a handsome handsomecabinet handome handomecablnot handsomecabinot
cabinet in accordance with wih the Vassar Vasar cus custom cu cutom custorn ¬
tom of giving a prize priz to the te girl lrl married mrrie tho thosoonest thosoonet thesoonest
soonest soonet after receiving rehlng her degree degreeThe dereeTe degreeThe
The Te maid mId of honor was wa Miss Eleanor EleanorCary Eeanor EeanorCr EleanorCamy
Cary Cr Vassar Va8r 03 0 of Indianapolis Indlnapll and E EE EE BE
E Coolidge Coldg Harvard Harvr1 03 0 of Natick Natck Natckult was wasbest as asbeet
best ult man mn The maids ma ds of honor were werethe wer werethe
the Misses MII Ina Duncan Dunca of Washington WAlhlgton Pa PaVollnda PaVolnda PaVoilnda
Vollnda Volnda Henderson Henderon of Columbus Ohio OhioEthel OhioEthel OhioEthel
Ethel Morrison Mor n of Spokane SpkaneLand and Harriet HarrietE
E Johnson John n of Cambridge Cbrdge all al Yar Vosgar girls girlsKNELT gllt glltKEIT girlsKNELT
With Wth an Image or Christ Crt In Her ltr Ann Be Between Bf lietween ¬
tween the Car Track TrackA Tck TckA TrsekiA
A woman wom of middle midde age who said sd she shewas sheWM shewas
was Mary llr McGowan Mcowa a dressmaker dremker and andboarded andbare andboarded
boarded bare at 141 1t West Welt Fourteenth Foureenth street streetwalked strt strtwake streetwalked
walked wake barefoot bre foL up Broadway Braway at 10 oclock oclocklast oclocklt oclocklast
in last lt tier night arms armsBy arm armsBy She carried crre au al image of Christ Chrst Chrstin Christin
By the time tim she had ha reached robe Thirty
fourth fourh street trt a crowd had gathered gathere behind behindto bhnd bhndto
to watch her She then ton went out between betweenthe btwen btwenthe betweentime
the Broadway car cr tracks traks and putting puttng puttngtho puttingthin nuttingtho
tho imago on the tie ground knelt knel She was wassent wassent a
sent nL to Bellevuo BellevuoPorono BelievufPoeoaO llwue llwuerrono
Porono Moinuln Special Specialvl S cl1
vl 1 l Utckawunn Lckanna FUllroad rlrod leaves New ew York nk tor torDelaware torUtlwre forlelawarc
Delaware Water aler Gap Mroudibun Irudburr and Ml Porono PoronoThursdays ocono oconoTlmUrsdae
Thursdays A Friday and Saturday Salurda at 1 P M He HeMonday lIelurnine
lurnine r Thursday Friday d Sunday 1ihli sthIa and andItonilar ned nedllona
Monday mornlnts mornlnraAar mornlnraAarD mornhmifs4drflsage < dr drBug
Bug D flsage Checked Checkedfrom Ceckt Checkdfrom
from fm rraldeso residenc to driilixatlon drlnlo t by > y Wcricoll leoU Ea Eatttu E a
tttu ort Tel aeO3lb M3 3 ti 1 IBraacb Brch Officer OmceAd OmceemapI Att
WM I on Board Boar the Maine nittn fllen 1ien She Sie Wa WaBlown a aDO1l as asBlown
Blown DO1l Up In Havana lanne Harbor HarborIt larbor larborIt
It was WW reported rprl d at t the Brooklyn navy navyyard nvy nvyyard navyyard
yard yesterday that the Rev Rv Father Pat her John JohnChldwlck JohnChldwlck JohnChidwick
Chldwlck had forwarded to Washington Washingtonhis Wlhlngon Wlhlngonhis
his resignation rigaton an 1 Chaplain Chaplin In the United UnitedStates UnitedBtatl UnitedStates
States Btatl Navy Father Chldwlck Cldwlck was wa the thethird thethird thethird
third Catholic Catbolo clergyman cergymAn to receive rehe on ap appointment appintment appolntment ¬
pointment pintment aaChaplairt a as Chaplalr in the navy na y and was wasInstructed wasinstructed
Instructed Instrcted in his duties dut at the Brooklyn Brooklynyard Boklyn Boklynyard Brooklynyard
yard by the Rev Charles Charle Barks who was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the first frt Catholic Catholc Chaplain his appointment appointmenthaving appintment appintmenthaving appointmenthavIng
having been ben made by b President Pre ldenL Cleveland Clevelandin CleelandII
in II 1887 1887Father 187 187Father 1887Father
Father Chldwlck joined the battleship battleshipMaine balleallp balleallpMaine battleshipMaine
Maine when she he was as put In commission commissionand
and was W on board the Illfated ifated vessel veRe I when whenehe whenhe whenshe
she he was Wi blown up in Havana laVlna harbor He Hewas If Itowas
was ns one of the last lnt of tho survivors to leave leavethe leavethe leavetime
the wreck wrct aud his gallant galant actions atonl on 01 that thatnight thatnight thatnight
night and his devoted ministrations to tho thosuffcrora thoRuferoJ tlmosufferers
sufferers RuferoJ subsequently Iubf qnllty ly In the hospitals hospitalsmade hOJltnl hOJltnlmadc hospitaLsmade
made him one of the heroes heres of the disaster disasterHo dllter dllterHe disasterHo
Ho was WI always alwayt a great favorite In mm the navy navyand mwyanrlto nrtvyaunt
and anrlto to the sailors salor8 ho was Wil familiarly famlall known knownas knownFather
as Father John JohnIt JohnI JolmnmIt
It I Is I understood ulccrHtoot thief 111 Father Clildwlck Clildwlckwill Cimidwlckwill < 11ldwlckwi
will wi soon receive recoo an appointment as rector rectorof lotO rectoro
of o some 110 Important Importat parish parsh In the New York Yorkdiocese Yorkdiocoe Yorkdiocese
diocese diocoe from Archbishop Fancy Fare Previous Previousto
to his appointment applntmpnt In tho navy he was wal an anassistant anMsltant anassistant
assistant In St Stephens Church ChurchIt ChurchI ChurchIt
It I is said that the Hov Father Oleason Oleasonan Oeason Oeasona
an a assistant IIItant in St JamewH JaIC Church Man Manhattan MWIhatAn Maimhattan ¬
hattan hatAn will wil be appointed to succeed ucced him as asChaplain I asChaplain
Chaplain ChaplainWOMEN ChaplainUOl ChaplainWOMEV
Miss 188 Mabel Burke and Miss Ihs Beatrice Bon BonHIT lon lonJr Buntier
HIT Jr Hurt Ilrt but blt Not Dangerously nxngerouilOliANOE InlureuI InlureuIOKA0E DangerouslyOnuxag
OliANOE N J June 16 16Mls Miss lss Mabel MabelBurko MabelBurke a l lBurko
Burko a daughter of Mrs Mr John Burke of ofWoodlasids ofWoodlands ofWoodlands
Woodlands Llewellyn Llewelyn Park West Orange Orangeand Orangeand Orangeand
and her friend Miss lllH Beatrice Batrle Bonner of ofWest orWe ofWest
West We t New Brighton wore wor seriously injured injuredin Injure
in a runaway runawa accident accdent on Main 1aln street streetOrange streetOrange streetOrange
Orange about aloutnoon noon today The two were wereI wereIn wereiii
I in a dogcart dogcar At the thl corner orner of Main Man and andCone andCone andComic
Cone streets lrlcta time hors took fright frght at an anautomobile anauomohin anamitomotmilo
automobile auomohin and got beyond control cnlrol of Miss MissBurke MissBurke fss fssBurke
Burke who was WI driving drvlnR At the corner cornerof crner crnerof cornerof
of Main and Centre Ccntr streets ItrtR the thl dogcart dogcrt col collided collded colhued ¬
hued lded with wih a painters plnter wagon which was wasfilled wasflied 8 8flld
filled flld with wih long ladders laddersBoth ladderRBoth laddersBoth
Both Miss llsl Burke and Miss 11 Bonner were werethrown wer werethrown
thrown out and were cut and bruised hruiled by bycoming bycoming byeoniing
coming in contact with wih the ladders Inddel They Theywere timeywere hcy hcywero
were carried carrd into the Orange Orangl office ofce of the theEKSOX theFIOX timeEssex
EKSOX FIOX and Hudson ORS Company where wherethey whurethcy wherethey
they were cre cared caed for until unti an ambulance ambulancearrived ambulanc ambulancarrvrd ambulancearrived
arrived arrvrd At the Orango Memorial Memoral Hos Hospital Hospital Hoepital ¬
pital it It was said sid that tlaL neither nclher of them them was wasdangerously wastlnorousl wasdangorousiy
dangerously tlnorousl hurt hurtTlio hurtTho hurtTimo
Tlio horse hor8 continued contnued his run down Main Mainstreet Mainstreet aln alnItrt
street Itrt and at tho corner of Park street streetcollldod Itret streetcollided
collldod coldd with wih a livery Iher carriage belonging blonging to toJ toJ toJ
J W Van VanGIeonof Gieson of Montclair Montcair The heclored hecloredtan colored coloredman coloredmilan
man tan who was a driving was wa thrown thown out but butwas but butwas
was wn only olly slightly sllhly hurt Both Bth Von Va Oiesons Oiesonscarriage mesns mesnscarriage Giesonscarriage
carriage and ad the dogcart dDgcrt were wee wrecked wreckedSTttfKJt wreckedSIK wreckedSIIi4Kk
The e Company Calnpny Under tnf War Wa far NonUnion NonUnionMm Nftnlt eeVnIonieel
Mm f a as Well a as Employer EmployerINDIANAPOLIS Eploen EploenINDIANAPOLIS EmpIoersINDiANAPOLIs
INDIANAPOLIS June 16 tlDavd 10David David M l Parry Parrypresident Parr Parrypresident
president prsident of the National Natonal Manufacture ManufactureAssociation ManufactureI ManufacturersAssociation
Association Alcatlon commenting cmmentng on the proposed proposedorganization prpled prpledorganl7ton proposedorganization
organization organl7ton of a company compa to insure Insue em employers employert empioyers ¬
ployers ployert of labor laLr against againt strikes strieR said Ild today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that members Jel 1 of the Executive Committee Committeeand Commitee CommiteeInd
and Ind other influential intuentlalmembers members of tho asso association I mu R Relaton we weelation ¬
elation elaton had the matter mater under consideration considerationand cl81deraton cl81deratonant
and ant tho company compay would undoubtedly undouLtdl I he heformed beformed > e eformed
formed He said sid it would necessarily nec8rly he hea hea hea
a mutual mutul company cmpay and ad the membership membershipwould merbelhlp merbelhlpwould membershipwould
would be b kept secret only the officers omcr of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company cmpy being big known knownIf knownI
If I thin thlr is done said lld he organized organizedlabor orgalized orgalizedL1hor orgatmizedlabor
labor will wi never neyr know kow when it orders orel a astrike aMtrlkl astrike
strike Mtrlkl whether It is really realy fighting fghtln com combined cm cmhlned cornhined ¬
bined capital or merely making mking an on onslaught onlaught onslaughit ¬
slaught on the Individual IndividualThe idividul idividulTle individualTime
The Tle object of the company cmpny will wi b 0 be to toprotect toprttc toprotect
protect prttc its I policy plc holders holeN from frm lessen lost re resulting r rimsuiting ¬
suiting sultng from strikes and also to protect prtlt in independent independent ¬
dependent dlpndent workmen who care cre to exercise exercisetheir exercl8etheIr exercisetheir 1
their great American Arc privilege prlege of working workingfor I
for whom they please plea e and ad for what they theyplease theyplMe theyplease
please pleaseThe plMe plMeI pleaseFlue
The I insurance 11lrano company compny will wi have a alegal alegal alegal
legal department deprment and will wi prosecute proscute any anyman ay aymn anyroan
man mn who attempts atprpts any coercion orcin or commits commitsany cmmts cmmtsay commitsany
any ay violation violatin of the law lawLINDENTHALS lw lwlDETlAVS lawLINDENTIIALS
Instead Insted of Widening fldmln SJtth 50h Street tr t He le Would WouldMove WouldMove
Move a Trolley Tolr Track TrackBridge Trck TrckBrdge TrackBridge
Bridge Brdge Commissioner Cmmssioner Llndenthal Llndenthalb has sub submitted Kubmtte submitted ¬
mitted mtte to t the Board Bar of Estimate Etilte his hi plan pln for foran foran foran
an approach to the Blackwells Blckwels Island Islandbridge Islnd IslndbrIdge Islandbridge
bridge Mr Litidenthal Lndenthl Is II i opposed oppsed to towidening t towidening
widening widenng Fiftyninth FUtynith street strt He advocates advocatesInstead advocte advocatesinstead
Instead lnted relieving releving the congested cngrse conditions conditionsthere cnditon conditionsthere
there by removing removig one of the tracks trck of the thecrohetown thecrohtwn thecrosatown
crohetown crohtwn cars crs to Sixtieth Siteth street streetThe Itrt ItrtTe streetThe I
The Te new track would run r from frm Second Secondavenue Sond Sondnlue Secondavenue
avenue nlue through Sixtieth street to t Fifth Fifthavenue Flth Flthavpnul Fifthavenue
avenue avpnul curve across acrM the rark rk plaza p17 and andjoin andjoi andjoin
join joi Fiftyninth Ffynith street strlt again agan west wet of Fifth Fifthavenue Fth Fthavenue Ftftimavenue
avenue Between Fifth Fith and Second Scnd ave avenues aenuel ayenues ¬
nues nuel eaetbound tanound vehicular ehlculr traffic traf should shouldpass Ihould IhouldJ shouldpass
pass along Fiftyninth Fifyninth street stret and west welt ¬
bound bund along Sixtieth street streetHo streetHo tret tretHo
Ho would 1ould use U Fiftyseventh Flfty yenth street strt which whichis whih whihIs
is 100 tO feet wide for trolley trley earn mr crossing Cr8lg the thegers thebridge timebridge
bridge facilities beIng provided for
facitler blnK prvided passen passengers
psn psngers
gers to transfer at me thu tim avenues to cars carstravailing carstravelling
travailing trvelig north norh and nd south southMISER Buth ButhUIUR southMISER cal
MISER PRIEST LEFT 37HM 37HMProfessed J1lJO J1lJOPore 3jooProfessed
Professed Pore Extreme Etrore Poverty IorrtFtate Eitate Ha HaBeen has liasDeru hasfleen
Been In Litigation Utsaton Five hc Yrn YrnMOUNT ieeeMOUNT Nr
MOUNT Mou VERNON N Y June 16 18Calc Charles CharlesH
H Lovett Lvett appraiser appraLr of the transfer tax taxhay tx txhf taxlies
hay hf tiled te a final fnal report rpor on the estate estat of the theBev th theRev
Rev US John Alblnger Albi r of Mount Mout Vernon Vernonknown Veron Veronknown Vernonknown
known as tho miser mlr priest prtft Fathor FathorIad Flthl FatimaiAlbiaer
Alblnger W8 was pstor pastorof of tIme Chuh Cuurch of Our
Lad y of Victory which wilch Ls L attended atended by the
German Grn Catholics Ctholc of Mount Mout Vernon Veron He Heprofessed II Heprofessed
professed prfeSd extrrtne extnne poverty pvery
The To report rpr filed fled today tay ends end a litigation litigationof ltgaton ltgatonof
of five fve years year After deducting deducig allowances alowanc allowan
for attorneys attreys fees and Id other expenses It Itplaces Itplacs itplaces
places placs tho not taxable txable estate eltat ezpnll at 57500 57500which oo oowhich
which is 1 distributed distrbuted as I follows folo1s Nicholas Nlcbola 170
Luuer Luer 10 25000 the Church Curch of Our Ou Lady Lr 1mj of ofnardlne
Victr Victory ItOO 10000 Ann Anna Nieman Niernana and r rnardine
nardlne nalne Coberg brg sisters sLter living Ivll in i Bonn Jr Jrnalne
Gerny Germany ItOO 10000 each John Joh Dumnroff Bnn and and
Fred Fd Dumproff Dumprl two aged age Dumjt parishioner
ItO 1000 each and Nicholas Nlcho Pardl Parlsxton plonen sexton of
the church 500 500llrnry 5 5lenr 500lime
llrnry lenr lime M Flagler Iaclr III 1 but Improvln ImprovlnMAMARONXCK ImpniDC ImpniDCMUIAJONCK imprvlngMAUAILONZCK
M Flogler FI0ler has hW been bn ill I for a week ee at his hishome hi lilahome
home at Ortenta Point on the Sound Bund He Heis HeL Heis
is L suffering luerlng from lumbago Iwnbgo which was 1 so sopainful sopainful
painful painul that that It kept him In i bed b for four fouraY 8
days He recently rcent returned from Florida Floridaand Floridaand
and ani aY on the trip north norh returnp he caught cught a Forida Foridaani severe severecold levere leverecold severecold
cold which settled IIttle in his back backSabard backSeaboard
8 Seaboard ibord Air Line La Rallwa RallwaWith Rai Raitwaj RaitwajVith
With Wih Interchain Inler interetmanirable hn rable ble mileage mlcre tck licksIs lick MA c eta f dining dlnlnrcan
can cal sad nA Ihrouih Iblurh alraptn alerr offtraa olr a dcilrable dllc route
South Office Olce 11N3 11 Broadway DradrAdr DradrAdrt flroadwayAd flroadwayAdIo AUt AUtIM rUle
Io IM t to t Matara Nta Fall P aad a Kcimnu KcimnuLrhlca ftt fttLehigh nU
Lrhlca Lth 1 VaD vner y B n June IUle IMT ILn Return Rlum to Jun
R any af in train trIn Superior Superor Pullman PIIA eQuipia elleatAh equlpaI4 at 1 lU xt I
Meantime Jlenthne Parks Prl I Is Working herd lard U Win Winthe f11 f11tbe Witthe
the ideas lI01 Back BckGet BackGets Get the Plumbers IMuruberiMetal Iumbrr IumbrrI PlumbersI
I Metal ftal Worker forrn Are Mi llnltatlnc llnltatlncWlietuer lelatnl lelatnleter IlesitatiniWtiethertolesvethc
Wlietuer Wtiethertolesvethc eter to Leave Ltave the tbt Sew el ew Uoafrd Doad or Not NotThe NotThe NotThe
The board bord of governors of the Building BuildingTrades Buldlni BuldlniTrade BuildingTrades
Trades Trade Employers Empl yel Association Alolaton tightened tightenedthe tightene
the shutdown shutow in the building buiding trades trade yester yesterday YNterday yesterday ¬
day by passing pslng a resolution relutlon calling cal1l on the thoHoisting theHoisting theHoisting
Hoisting Association Asolatlon an In affiliated afiate body bodyof hoy hoyof
of to all hoisting of ¬
employers cmployer stop al ma materials materils matennis
tennis terils The Hoisting Holstnl Association Alocaton wilt yl stop stopwork stp stpork stopwork
work ork today todayThe toIayThe todayTime
The George O rge A 0 fuller Pultr Company CCJlplny which Is Isnot I isnot
not in the association a810clallon sent word wor to the theboard tht timeboard
board hard that it i also allo had given Klve orders ordsJ to stop stopall I10pal stopad
all al hoisting hoistingAn hoistng hoistngAu
An impression Imple810n in II some fOle quarters tuartorl that the theboard theba timeboard
board ba of governors iovelOI had decided decde not to toresume tonume tortmamUnmle
resume work until ultl 75 per pr cent eelt of the unions unionsaccept ullon ullonacept unionsaeceIt
accept acept the arbitration Irbltratlon plan was wal corrected correctedyesterday correte correctedyesterday
yesterday Yeleray by a member meoler of the association associationThe BIliatlon BIliatlonTh9
The boards bars resolution re olutlolsald said no such tuch thing thingWe thllg thllgWe tintingve
We are not forcing forcng our plan of arbitra arbitration arbira arbiration arbitralion ¬
tion down clwn the throats thrats of the unions ullol said saidthis sd sdthis saidthis
this member mom bel but we have pretty good goodproof go goodproof
proof that though the plan of arbitration arbitrationhas arbiration arbirationhW
has hW appeared appared In the newspapers newspaper and has hasbeen ha hasbeen
been In scattered broadcast Irodclt among the rank rankand rankand I Iand
and file fe of tho unions unlol8 not 40 per PI cent cnt of the themembers themamber themembers
mamber members have read red it It will vi take tke time tme be before before before ¬
fore the majority majoriy of the workers have read readthe rea readtine
the plan and made madl themselves themselve acquainted acquaintedwith aCluante acquaintedwith
with its details de ta Is and meantime IMntlme we cannot cannotsee cannotse cannotsee
see se our way to rosumo work workThe workThe workTime
The Emergency Committee COlrntte of the asso association alO alOcatlOn assoclatiOim ¬
ciation catlOn was WR in session Mon all al day dy It recom recommended rem remmendo recomniendod ¬
mended mendo that in three thre cases Cles of emergency esnergencyresumption emergencyreumption emergencyresumption
resumption reumption of work should thould be b allowed allowedUne alowed alowedOne allowedOne
One cane C wan Wi that of a building buidig which was wasin wasin
in 11 danger of collapsing collapsingIt colaplll
It came cme out yesterday that there have havealready la havealready vo voalready
already been l defections defeclol from tho new newBuilding newBuiding newBuilding
Building Buiding Mechanics MehanlC Association ASocaton whosn whosnmembers whnosismnmenibers hos hosmpmbel
members mpmbel composed the skilled skie workers workersand worker workersinthedbmrupted
In inthedbmrupted the dlrulte CIJe Bad Boardof or Duldl Bulldtn Trades TradesA rad radA
A cOlm coimmnmittee tte cfnltllg coniiMItmg of Sm barn Parl Parks Parksand
and Philip Phip Massey Ile of the Housesmiths HousesmithsUnion lolemlths lolemlthsUnion HousesrnithsUnion
Union Philip Phip O Snyderof Sl Simyder der of tho t he Amalgamated AmalgamatedPainters Amaljarnted AmaljarntedPalntlI AmalgamatedPainters
Painters PalntlI Society Sclet and ald James Jnme Geelan of oftho ufthe ofthe
the Building Buiding Material Drivers Drh Union repre representing rJreenllng reproseating ¬
Board of ofBuilding ofBuiding ofBuilding
seating the III remains of the old
Building Buiding Trades attended atlnded a meeting m tng of the thePlumbers theIlwnhe timePlumbers
Plumbers Ilwnhe Union Pliun on Monday lolday and offered offeredsuch olercd olercdlueh offeredsuch
such lueh Inducements IndnceleltH that the plumbers who whohudrgone whoInulgcm wholnmmnlgone
hudrgone out with the skilled RkH P trades tladt de decided de decimied ¬
cided cded to go back to the old ol board boardLater hoardLter boardLater
Later Lter the th committee cmmh te attended atencld a 1 meet meeting let letIng meatlog ¬
ing of the Amalgamated Sheet Metal MutalWorkers MetalWorkers tal talWorkers
Workers Union which Is I also aLo In the new newboard lew lewbard nowboard
board bard and started II all Irl a stampede back to tothe tothe tothe
the old board This won wn stopped Ilopped by a aresolution artolutlon aresolution
resolution rtolutlon deferring dererlng a decision deision to the lie next nextmeeting nextmetng nextmeeting
meeting meetingRULE metng metng1lI meeting1t1Lt
Tom Smith Ilh Hay Sa Tamilian Tnnan Ianmlnlans i Preparing Preparingto lrellrln5 lrellrln5to
to Bur Him 1m Wllli Wih Sheehan SliechanAt SItlhan SItlhanAt
At the antiDevery rally rlly of the Horatio HoratioSeymour Horato HoratoSyour HoratioSeymour
Seymour Syour Clubof Clubofbe Club of the Ninth in Elghthavenue Elghthavenuenear
near Twentyfourth Tentyfourtl street Itret last night nightThomas Dlaht nightThomas
Tom Thomas F F8th Smith secretary Metyo secreleryof of U t the > General OeooralCommittee GeneralCommiUee
Committee 1 te of Tammany Hall H was wa M the thaprincipal theprincipal
principal prnip speaker Be Mid MidDover ei MidDevery
Dover Dvey Devery per Is no n longer Inee fighting fhtnC Inside InsideTammany lnlde lnldeTammany insideTammnany
Tammany Hall lal He is I righting fghtne against agallL It Itfighting Itfghtig Itfigimtlng
against the organization which whichgave whichgave
fighting fghtig agailt th orgarztlon whih whihglve
gave glve him everything he ever had from frompoliceman frol frolplceman frompoilcemami
policeman plceman to t Chief ChiefSpeaking ChiefSpaking CimlefSpeaking
Speaking Spaking of time new ruled ruC adopted adopte by byTammany byTammany byTmunnmanmy
Tammany which give leader Murphy Murphythe I Ithe
the power to t throw Devory 0111 out as often oftenas oten I
as I he le pwer may ma come COl up as al district dltrcL leader Mr MrSmith MrSmith 1
Smith said saidThat ald aldThat eakiTimat
That rule was WA designed dllgne just jUIL for Dovery Doveryand DVtr Doveryamid
and for any other Deverys ers that may como comualong comoalong comeaiong
along The leader of Tammany Hall Hallwouldnt nai flailwouldnt
wouldnt exercise e It couldnt keep his hisleadership hidlederhip hisleadership
leadership lederhip if 1 he attempted atempte to t exercise exerci it itgenerally Itgeneraly itgenerally
generally generaly Deverys course cue and history historyJustifed
justified Justifed the rule ruleMr rle ruieMr
Mr 1 Smith declared delare that the Sheehan Shcehanmen 8hehn 8hehnmtn Sheehanmen
men mtn were wor expressing e3prlng a willingness wllngl to join joinwith joinwlh joinwith
with the Ooodwinitea to defeat
wlh tle Oodwlnlte t deftt Devery Dvery
Of Tammanys Tamanys perpetuity Mr Smith Smih said saidThe saidThe d dThe
The organization organiztIn is l allpowerful al pwerful Many Manymen Manymen Manymen
men have hve tried trie to t tear it down and have havegone havegone havegone
gone to their thei political pltcal graves Sheehan SheehanFAVORS Shfehn Shfehnha Sheehinhas
ha has gone to hi his and Dvery Devery gac Is on the way wayFIORi wayF42Ol1S
Time Ir State of Antoqula AntOula Hide With Wih Panama Panamaand Panamaand
WASHINGTON WASH OTON Juno 18 t6Addltlonal Additional con confidential cn cnfdential confidentlal ¬ I
fidential fdential information Informton received relY by b the Gov Government Gv Gverment 0evernmenmt ¬
ernment erment from Colombia Clombia is L to the effect ele that thatthe thaLthe thatthe I
the State of Antoqula Antoqul which adjoins adJol1 the theIsthmian theLthmlan timeIsthmmlan
Isthmian Lthmlan Stated 8tate of Panama Panma and Cauca Caucais Cuoa CuoaI
is I with ih them in heartily heariy favoring faorig the ratifi ratification raIf ratification ¬
cation caton of the Panama Canal treaty with the theUnited theUnte theUnited
United Unte States State Should Panama Pama and Cauca Caucasecede Cauc Caucasecede
secede see from the Colombian Clombian federation federationAntoquia feerAtion feerAtionAntoqul federationAntoqula
Antoquia Antoqul might be b expected exptr to join them themConfidential thel thenmConfidential
Confidential Con dental reports repr from frm Bogota Bgot and andelsewhere andeLewhere andelsewhere
elsewhere eLewhere In Colombia Indicate idlcto that the thetreaty thetrety thetreaty
treaty trety will m be b defeated unless ulM there is I a amarked amke amarked
mke marked change eha e of sentiment entient among a amajority amjoriLy amajority
majority mjoriLy of the members of the Congress CongressBorne Cngr8 CongressSome
Borne Bme of the opponents oppnents of the treaty are areroent areexpressing
fxprfing expressing a wHlngn wlhiiimgness to vote for It 1 if ifit
It I is amenie amended so as to provde provide for the pay paymeat
meat mlnt of a bonus bnus of 120000000 2000 to Colombia Colombiaand Clombi Colombiaand pr prmlnt
and on a annual anual rental renla of 2000000 200 This ThUGovernment Thl ThisGovernment
Government will wi not consent cnent to any such suchchange euchchango suchchange
change changeNEWPORT changolEIPORl changeNEIIPORT
Mr II trs Pane Ple Whitney fllltntY smith anr Miss IIS Natloa ate Rivet RivetMake RhNXake RhesWake
Make a Poor Girls Girl Holiday HolidayNEWPOBT HoUde HoUdeNEwPJT HolidayNawowr
NEWPOBT NEwPJT June id 11A 10A A little ltte girl poorly poorlyclad prly prlycl poorlyclad
clad cl was wa among the people who congre congregated cngr cngrgate congregated ¬
gated gate in front frnt of the Casino Clno this th morning morningto
to see a the fashionable fahlonable people ppl going in and andout ad adout andout
out She asked uke a welldressed weldre man ma for a apenny apnny apenny
penny and ad he gave ae her h r a quarter quarr She Shewas Shewa Shewas
was wa pnny about abut to depart dpr < when an automobile automobiledrove autmobie autmobiedrove automobiledrove
drove by containing Miss M Nat Natca Natica lea Rives RVM RVMand Itivesand Rivesand
and Mrs Mrl Payne Whitney Whltt They saw sw her herand herad herand
and ad called caled to t the driver drvtr to t stop Alighting Alightingthey Alghtng Alghtngthey Alightingthey
they made a rush Mh for the child chid and carried carriedher orlo carried carriedher
her he into the candy cd store in il the Casino Cllno block blockHere blk blkHere blockHere
Here they loaded loded her with Ith candy cdy and ad sent senther snt snther senther
her rejoicing rejoicingMiss rejoicingMine
her on way rfjolclng rfjolclngMI8
Miss MI8 Rives Rves is the daughter daugler of Corporation CorporationCounsel Craton CratonConnRI CorporationCounsel
Counsel ConnRI Hives Hves of New York and Mrs Mr Whit Whitney Wit Witny Whitney ¬
ney Hay HayMINISTERS ny HayUIISTElS HayVIXISTERS is the tle daughter daugher of Secretary Sretar of State StateHay Stat StatoHay
Negro Arrrttrd ArrNtr for an Atrocious rorlol Crime Crme at atwfcrnlnctoa atdmnsoD atWmlrmgton
wfcrnlnctoa dmnsoD Wmlrmgton Del DelWILMINGTON Dr DelWmm1trNoTon
WILMINGTON WI UNOTON Del Dl Juno 16 16Helen Helen 8 8Bishop 8Bihop SBishop
Bishop Bihop a seventeenyearold eeventenyearold girl who ho was wasfeloniously wa wasfeloniously
feloniously felonlolly assaulted aule yesterday yetrda and ad whose whosethroat who whosethroat
throat throt was WI cut in three thre places pl8 died dlo this thisafternoon thi thisafternoon
afternoon afteroon without wihout regaining consciousness consciousnessShe cnscoUnC
She loft lof an electric elerc car cr threequarters th qlarf1 of a amile amie amile
mile mie from fOI from her home about 10 oclock oclok yes yesterday YMteray yesterday ¬
terday teray morning but was wa not found until untilft unti
ft oclock oclok In the afternoon afternoonGeorge ateroon ateroonGrg afternoonGeorge
George Grg White a negro ntgro arrested alte last IL night nighton nlehton
on suspicion IUplclon Is L said ld to have hve been bn seen n fol following following following ¬
lowing the girl girl A knife found where wher the thegirl theIrl thegirl
girl < Irl won i assaulted ulte was wa acknowledged acknowlege by bythe bythe bytime
the negro as I his hisThe hil hisTime
The nejr girls girls father the Rev Rv E A Bishop BLbOPI
is superintendent suprntendent of Ferris Ferrl Industrial IndustrialBehoof Induftra InduftraShool IndustrialScimool
Behoof BehoofIntrrcollrtlate Shool ShoolIntrreol ScimoolIatercoile
Intrrcollrtlate Intrreol Iatercoile lale Boil llal Races Rrt Pouthknpile PUlhk June Jun Jun21h JuneSeth I IS
21h Seth S th Mr Sr Cbrnter lrler W Cbapin tickets ple 1100 110 at atFall I IKill
Kill al lumen Une office PIer Clai II N R RAd RAdlncrd RAdlacreaaed All I IIncreased
Increased lncrd dining car service n1c on al Shore Ibor LU I IInto
Into Ir1 lo BotiM 1 Dining Dlin earn er car a aqw w MI 0 limes 10 A Le LeIr1 U I
1 ISO 300 and ld 600 6 P M 1 Intau Im1 Im1I tllbJA tllbJAI A > I
The e He RfPrf fteportcd5tatementsAbOut ported Statement StAbaut About WallStreet WallStreetlloitlltty Wal WaliStreetHostilIty Htreet HtreetHoUlt
HostilIty HoUlt to Hoonevrit HoonevritCharles KOOefI KOOefIChares tooieveltCharles
Charles Chares S Mellon Melen president prsldont of tho North Northern Nortimera ¬
era er Pacific Paclfa Railway Halwa Company now in this thUcity thi thielt thiscity I
city elt says IY that tha average averao crop conditions conditionstaking cnditoll cnditolltng conditionstaking
taking tng the road ra as W a whole are better bter than Uumthuy thanOwy thanthey
they were wer a year ago agoMr agoMI agoMt
Mr MI Mellon MeIon was wa questioned questonod regarding ardlnl tIme thoreported th thrprted tImereported
reported rprted statements statenentl by b him him in the West as asto I Ito asto
to hostility hOtUtyln In Wall Wal Street Strt toward towar President Presidentllooievelt Prsident Prsidentlllvel PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt lllvel He sold soldThe 6d 6dThe saidThe
The statements Kttement attributed atrIbuted to mo IU were werewithout wer werwlthuut werewithout
without foundation founda on so 1 far an my personal personalknowledge prnal prnalknwledge personalknowledge
knowledge knwledge of the thl situation siuaton In Wall Wl Street Streetgoes Stret StretiOS Streetgoes
goes iOS I have mot more friends frllnda than op opponents oppnntl opponents ¬
ponents pnntl of the President and an so R far as asMr a8r asMr
Mr r Morgan Is concerned conorned I am wholly whollywithout wholy wholywithout whmohiywithout
without Information Infolnton as 1 to t whether he Is Isa I isa
a supporter supprter or otherwise otherwll of the th President Presidenthaving PresidentMing Presidenthaving I
having never nver had occasion ocllon to learn ItU ItUviews hil hilvlIw8 imisviews
views vlIw8 on the subject subjectHIS suhJect suhJectIl euijectlIE
HIS Il COULDNT mitE lUm WITH 111 HEK HEKMil 11lt 11ltMIs IIEItMiss
Mil MrKnlee Knocked Ilockr tnuoi tneonllou timeonisvloue clou < i the theMan theIan tImeMan
Man Ian Who Proposed Irolloel to Oo D Ho HoMORHISTOWX ln lnfO SoMoaamaTowN
MORHISTOWX fO IIRTOWN Juno IB 16Whle i6WhmiIu While Miss MINI Mao MaoMcKntoe Mat MatMCdlt MaeMeKmmtee
McKntoe MCdlt of Summit ummt wan 11 driving drllng in Mac MacCollough Ma MacCollougim
Collough Clugh avenue aelue this afternoon afernon aha ime was wasaccosted WMastl wasaccosted
accosted astl by John Tiornoy who Insisted Insistedupon IMlted IMltedupn insistedupon I
with hor Miss McEnteo struck struckhim struckhim
upon upn riding 1lth MI McEnte Itruck ItruckhIm
him with her whip whll Tierney then sprang sprangat prangaL
at her and ton a sleeve liovo from her waist waistQuick wat watQuck waistQuick
Quick Quck as a flash 1ah Miss 11 McEnLoe McElwt raised rais the thewhip thewhip timewhip
whip and with wih tho heavy hla end struck struckTierney strue struckTiermmey
Tierney TeMley a blow that knocked knocke him to the theground thegrund timeground
ground grund unconscious uncnloua She SIl then drove drve to topolice toplc topolice
police plc headquarters heaquatr and an notified notfed an offlc or orPoliceman erPolcman orPoliceman
Policeman Polcman Brennen Drnnen brought brught Tierney to tothe tothe tothe
the station staton house hOI and an the th Police Pole Justice Jutlc fined finedhim tned tnedhm finedhim i
him hm 110 to He Hl was unable to pay and was wasI WI WImmltted wascommItted I
I committed to the county cunty jail jailIf Ja JaIt jailit
It SAVE StCE TAXED ON O MOOOOOO MOOOOOOObjected SOOI SOOIObJeete 000000 000000Objected
Objected ObJeete Too Late Lte Latetothe to the tt Aiweaament AiweaamentCarnegie tssessnmentariiegle emrnt emrntarlecll
Carnegie arlecll Pay on KUOOOOOO KUOOOOOOIn 11000000 11000000In
In addition additon to his hl personal plonal assessment assessmenton RRSlmenL
on 01 1 5000000 OIOO Andrew Carnegie Carnpgio will wi pay payon payOi pay0mm
on Oi real estate Mlte tato to the amount of 12000000 12000000He 1200 2000000He
He mae ha made no objection to these assess assessments WlelS WlelSpnt assessimments ¬
ments immentsRussell mentsRussoll pnt
Russell Ruul Sage Sgo who was Wa assessed ICc on 120 2000
000 personal prnal property proprty objected objetd to this thl valu valuation vau vauation valuation ¬
ation and ad applied appled in i May last to have hvo it itreduced Itrucd itreduced
reduced Lost h ha assessed
rucd year was WW ae on one00
100 800000 e00 Mr Sage Sge it spurns Bem was wa under th thimpression the thlImpreRflon theimpression
impression that ho had until unti Juno 1 hits thUyear thL hitsyear
year car to t swear we off oi May 1 was WI the last day dayho dayhe daylea
ho had tocorn to tocorreettime crn > > ctthe t the ossessmnnt WeSIlfHt and as W ho hofailed hI hofailed
failed faie to t appear ap ar before bfor that date dte ho will ll have liaveto haveto Itaveto
to pay py on the 1200 1200TllUJ 2000000 2000000TROLLEY 2000000T1tOLIJY
Permission rerml ton Given for the Butrlns Building or the theIant thrUJ theLast
Last Unk UnkNEW UrkNaw
NEW HAVEN Conn June 18 llIn ItIn In the theSuperior theSupror theSuperior
Superior Supror Court Cour hero her this thl afternoon Judge JudgeWilliam JudgeWllam JudgeWilliam
William Wllam T Elmer Emer granted grate permission prmwdon for forthe forthe forthe
the construction onstruton of the last lt link nl of trolley trolleyline troley troleylne trolleyline I
line lne necessary nclY for a a complete cmpteelorc electric road roadbetween ro roadbetween
between btwen New York and a Boston ton paralleling parallelingthe
polg polgth
the th New Ne York Yor and a New Haven Hvn from frm the theBub theHub theHub
Hub to t the t Grand Gr Central Ctr Station 8 Btati n n the thenew TimeIm
Im new bw w road r upon uPn which hoh work wr will wt be bb begun begunat < D Da
at a one 0 will wU connect 0 this tbs city cty with vtb Walling Wallingford Waln Walnford Wallingford <
ford and is about abut six miles lrlelon lrlelonOR long longFOR longFOR <
Brunei Dmlrl Correspondent Corpndmt Nay 8a Negotiation NegotiationAre Stcelaton StcelatonI
Are 4 I Ender tndrr Way WaySiitelal WarSprla Ta TaSpecaJ i
Siitelal Sprla Cable Cae Ditpatc Duparl t 1 19 Tat Tn SUN RUNLmN SUNLonoN SUNLONDON
LONDON June 17 nTe 17The The Brussels Br81 corre correpondent corr correspondent
pondent pndt of the Telegraph Tterap1 says sy he learns learnsthat learnsthat
that secret sret negotiations negtitons are proceeding proceedingbetween procdig procdigbtwee proceedingbetween
between btwee the United Ulie States Sttes8tel Steel Corpora Corporation Crpr Corporation ¬
tion tin and ad the tht most mL important Iprt European Europeansteel Eurp Europeansteel
steel 81 works for tho establishment estblshment of ofa ofa ofa
a common cmmn trust trt In order orer to increase Icres prices pricesTHE prles prlesTiE pricesTIlL
French rnc Correspondent CorrCpndrt Declare DeClare That Tt It I I ICritical ICrllol ii iiCrhtloal
Critical CriticalSpecial Crllol Crllolspu CrhtloalSpaioJ
Special spu CatIt Cab Despatch DUa 1 to 1 Li THE T SUN SUKPARIS S SUNPanis
PARIS June 18 IOA A despatch deptoh from Home Hometo
to the Rappel says ss that the condition cndition of the thePope th thePope e ePop
Pope is I most mot critical criticalVlflF criticalNEW
Pop crtc crtcEN
Wont Try Ty to Break Brek a aRecord Record Reor Until Unt She SheGet Hbl SheGes
Get Ready ReadyThe Red RedThe ReadyThe
The North Norh German Germ Lloyd Loyd steamship steamshipKaiser steamshipKaiser
Kaiser KIMr Wllhelm Wihlm II I In yesterday from fromBremen frm frmBmen fromBremen
Bremen Bmen Southampton Suthaptn and ad Cherbourg Cherburg with withcrowded wih wihcrwdd withcrowded
crowded crwdd cabins cbl made me no effort efort to t eclipse eclipserecords eolps eclipserecords
records ro rd although althoug there ther was wa general ex expectation expct oxpectation ¬
pectation on among amol the passengers that she shesaid shoould shewould
pct plnger
would ould do B so The plcy policy of the Ue line It Is Issaid
said is to let the great grat ship out gradually I
adll lest let If Li pushed puhed too to soon on she Rhl wear or gradualy herself her elf up
before btor she can c attain attl the speed she was wa de designed desiged designed ¬
signed siged to t make However spe she he covered coveredthe cverd cverdthe coveredthe
the long of S178 miles from
course cu mle8 frm Cher Cherbourg Cherburc Chorbourg ¬
bourg burc In 6 days dys 21 hours hour and ad 58 minutes minutesat
at an a average avrae hourly hurly speed sped of 2204 220 knots knotsO knotG
O F Winch Wic of Boston Bstn a a cabin obJn passenger passengerBO
BO 6 years ye yearsold old died diedoflieartdiaease Of heart lem disease dlle pngr on Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
port day night nlL His wife brought lila hl body bdy to topoit t toport
prt prtUtRII
Denies That at He Came Out Against Olney OlneyIp Olnrylp Oineyp
Ip p In Haisaonuietti HaisaonuiettiLeader MalamleU MalamleULder IessaebusettLeader
Leader Lder Charles CarlN F Murphy Murhy back from fromWorcester fromWorctr fronnWorcester
Worcester Worctr Moss M yesterday yeterday said sid he had hadbeen hd hdben hadbeenm
been ben there ther to attend attnd the Jesuit J ut College Collegecommencement Colge Colgecommencmet Collegecommencement
commencement commencmet exercises exercuul and ad not for a apolitical apoltcl apolitical
political poltcl conference confernc Mr Murphy Murhy said saidhe saidhe
he hadnt committed commIted himself himl one way or orthe ortho orthe
the other on the possible pOlhle candidacy of ofRichard ofIchard ofRichard
Richard Ichard Olncy Oley for the Presidency Preldency nor on onanybodys onanyLoys onanybodys
anybodys anyLoys ambitions albltons in that tht line lineInlque lne lnelnlque lineUnique
Unique Pas on London IDol Tramway TramwayPresident Tamwa TamwaPrsident TrmwasPresident
President Prsident Charles V Darcy Dacyofhe of the Hoboken RobokenCommissioners Hobken HobkenCom HobokenCommissioners
Commissioners Com lol1 of Public Pblc Instruction Instrcton has hasreceived ha imasreceived
received rived a silver elver match safe Ife upon upn which whichis hlcb hlcbII
is II carved cae a perpetual peretual pass p on all al tramway
lines IneM in London Lndon The Te box is one of A Anumber I anumber
number which tho Duke of Marlborough Marlboroughhad Marlboroughlad
had lad made m de as I souvenirs Buvenlr of his hil visit vllit to this thiscountry thil thiscountry
country countr several veral years yes ago agoTrolley agoTole agoTrolley
Trolley Tole Extension Extelon Franchise FrDchc Killed KilledThe lUled lUledThe MilledTime
The application applcaton by the New York and andLong andLng andLong
Long Lng Island Railroad Riroad Company Cmpy which whichoperates whichoprat08 whIchoperates
operates oprat08 a trolley troley system IY8tol car In Long Lng Island IslandCity Isld IsldCiy IslandCity
City for a franchise to extend its
Ciy franohll etnd It system systemto ytem ytemto
to Mlneola Jamaica and other
Mlntola Jamc points pints was wasrejected WW wasrejected
rejected rjete by the Aldermen yesterday yeterd be because b because ¬
cause cu it did not provide for one fare No Noone Noone o oone
one spoke spko in favor of the franchise franchiseCheap franchls franchlsChep franclmiaeCheap
Cheap Chep lee Cream Cram Kill 1 a child childA hIc
A cents worth orth of the cheap ice cream creamretailed cnamreal creamretail
retailed real retail from thousands thoUnd of carts crs on the theEast theEt timeEast
East Et BIde caused caUo the death deth yesterday after afternoon attornon afternoon ¬
noon non of Emma Emm Hem Hel 7 years year old of 407
East Et Nineteenth Ninetenth street trNL frm ptomaine ptomainepoisoning ptomainepilorng ptomainepoisoning
poisoning pilorng Dr Joseph Joeph Moorhead Moorhed of 310 310Second 3108nd 310Mecond
Second 8nd avenue who attended atende the child chid
declared dela that a small smal amount of green
Ic ice cream cre eaten etln on Sunday Bunda night nl ht was wal Ireen tho thosole thoKole thesole
sole cause of death deathLatent dpthIatet deathLatest
Latent Iatet Marine Intrlllirnrr IntrlllirnrrArrtTd InttIIStnel IntellIgenceAmntyd
ArrtTd ArJrd SiCouutlo Sa Conulo HuU Junes JUle 3 3Ba 3Brns4ts I IBuntttt
Buntttt Ba Extract Eat f Vaallla VaalllaImpart aaIiLalojiaris lla llall
Impart ll Ad a superior lu lr dtltotty dl of ik Barer aorlrv try II I vs II I
The Sjwllcate STrlcatt or New orkers Who fo Own Ownthe 0 0the Olime
the Hand Uoal Accused 1uul of Violating an anAgreement anIrtemrnt anAgrcenmmemt
Agreement Irtemrnt to Complete olplete Certain Certai Im ImprnrcmeiiU IP IPIlrlcmtn1 innirovenmeints
prnrcmeiiU Ilrlcmtn1 Within lhln iliiIn a Spcclllnl Ipcelrd Time TimeNEW Tme TmeNEW TimeNaw
NEW ORLEANS Lu L Juno 16 t6For For an anIlged anloged al alleged ¬
leged Ilged violation of contract cntrat tho Government Governmentof Govorent Govorentof
of Honduras UondurW has ha confiscated wnftcted the Honduras HondurasRailroad Hndur HondurasRaiiroati
Railroad Rairad from frl Puerto PUlrto Cortez Crtez to a point pointbeyond pit pitbyond pointbeyond
beyond byond San Sn Pedro Pedr Sula The rood ra belonged belongedto blong
to a syndicate of which Senator Snator Chauneey ChauneeyM Cluncy CluncyM
M Dope Depw Depew w Is II president and Henry L Sprague Sprogtwvloopresldesit Spru Spruvlcpresideut Spraguevieepmesideimt
vloopresldesit vlcpresideut A nainber mlnUr of other well wellknown weUknowl wellknownm
known knowl New York financiers fnanclel are lr Interested Interestedin Interstd
in it
The itThe Itht ht small 81al but troublesome road paned pasiedfrom panedfrm passedfrom
from frm the control utrol of tho Americans Americant on May I
27 and is now being 1ln o operated > cratcd by the Oor Oorernmnnt GnYernmont Gavernmont
ernmont The violation vlolatou violat loin of contract charged chargedIs ohargldIs
Is tho tl fttilurn falurn of the company cmpany to put in cer certain cr crtaln certaln ¬
taln Improvements guaranteed glarunlctd by them themwithin themwithin themwitimimi
within a specified specfcd time lme Tho Honduras HondurasGovernment HonduS HondurasGovernment
Government Goerlent notified notifed Adolph Pereira Itrlra agent agentof
of the company clpanv at Puerto Cortez that the thelimit thelmIt thelinmIt
limit lmIt for the improvements iniprotmentt would woj expire expir on onMay onMay
May JIY 27 and ald that tlit unless 111et they Ih were wtr made madeby me meby aideby
by that time tme the tll thm President Ple > ldelL Would woulc foreclose forecloseand forcol forcoland forecloseamid
and seizo the road rime he syndicate 1 ndkl failed failedto faled faledto
to comply CJlply with wih Its Is lease Ifa und nd on May 37 37President 37Prsident 77Presidermt
President Prsident Ronllla Ollla despatched celpatlhcd Gen Alvarado Alvaradofrom Avaro Avarofrm Alvaradofronni
from frm Tegucigalpa to confiscate connlcato the road roadGeneral r roadUeneral
General Agent Porolra was WO displaced dlsplu and andGen andGen andOcim
Gen Alvarado assumed a umed charge of the line lineGen lie lieOen lInelen
Gen Alvnrado proceeded profcpc to reorganize reorganizethe reorganl
the operating force Washington WWhlngton Valentin Valentinof VlenUnl
of New York loft here on Thursday for forPuerto forPuerto
Puerto Puert Cortez CorC7 en el roulo to Tegucigalpa Tegucigalp to totry t totry
try and patch up the trouble troubleIt
It was said Ild last night by a man well yel ac acquainted 8 8quunted anqualnted ¬
quainted quunted with the tle affairs aarl of tho syndicate syndicatethat ayndcto ayndctothat
that the American llrlcn owners will wi vigorously vigorouslycontest vigorouslyontelt vigorouslycontest
contest ontelt the seizure Ilzuru and make every effort effortto elor effortto
to recover recver the road rad Henry Henr L Sprague Sproguethe Sprue Spruethe
the vicepresident vlcpreldent of the syndicate called calledon cle
on Secretary Sertar of State Hay In Washington Washingtonlost Walngn Walngn10t
lost 10t week wek in regard to tho case CI and ad an anofficial anomclal anofficial
official protest may bo b made It I Is denied deniedthat dened denedthat deniedthat
that the syndicate has violated vlolatedtime the contract contractPUT ont ontlIT contrastItT
PUT lIT HIM 1 IN 1 MONKEYS UtKEIS CAOt CAOtKidnapped CAGSKidnapped AO AOKldnlilped
Kidnapped Kldnlilped Child Tells Tril How 10w Hn 11 Was Wa Mal Maitreated Maltreted Maltreated
treated treted In a Circus ClrcnjEAST Crcn CrcnEST CircusEtsv
EAST EST ST Louis LUH Ill I June Jue 1C toSIr 10SIxyear 10SIxyearold Sixyear Sixyearold
old Johnnie Layton was wa returned rtune to hi hiparents hI his hisParents
parents today by the police polc to whom whomhe who whomlie
he told a story which convinced convincd them that thatlie tt tthe thatlie
lie had been ben kidnapped by showmen shown for forthe torthe fortime
the purpose PUllJs of being brought up as a a wild wfldboy w wildboy
boy Sylvester Baker a negro employ employof epl employsof
of the GaskillMundy GakiMund Carnival Crnval Company CompanyIs CmP
Is locked up in the Belleville Blevie jail on o ocharge oncharge Y Ycharge
charge of abducting the boy boyWhen boyWlln boyWhen
When Wlln the terrified trrifed child cld was w taken tn from fromthe frm frmthe fromtime
the show people pople ho kept screaming sremng They Theyput Hjeyput
put me back bk in the cage with wth the monkeys monkeysThe monkeysThe
The Te sight siht of Baker Ber cg almost ibn t sent ent monJ him hm Into Intoipasma It intospasms
spasms When the parents pntfay finally sue BUOout I suecoeded
lpm coeded lquet in quieting h his fea fears Joh Johnnio stibbed stibbedoutbIaoryI1esaid bb
out oe outbIaoryI1esaid outbIaoryI1esaidThe bia h story He said saidTbemonkeyBsnd sd sd1monk1In
TbemonkeyBsnd The Ir the big bl cat cats scratched scratchedme smatthedmebutlwas t
mebutlwW mebutlwas me 1monk1In but I was more mOl afraid afrid of 0 c that ttb big black blackman b C Cman
man He Heput put mo in i the cage cce and ad slammed slammedtha IIn IIntbe
time door doorandmadomeplay and made mde me play with Wtb withthesnlmsls withthesnlmslsI the animal animalI a
I ran into the corner crer of tho cage cg but bu they theycame t theycanto
came after mo and scratched Brathe me meThe meTe meThe
cme The Te afur big black blak man would take tke tn me out outwhen outwhen ut utwhcn
when they alt al got after me but pretty soon soonI
I would nave mayo to t go back hek When Wten ptI I woke wokeup wokeup
up one morning morIng most of my clothes cothe were werogone weregone e
gone and sny hands handl and face fa were another anothercolor anthe anothercolor
color colorROW colorHOf colorROW
Nile Hle and tho Urraimaker Drelnaker In 11 the te Folio FolioStation PU PUSlaton P01100Station
Station Slaton to Ulicuii mel the Price PriceMrs Pce Pcefr PriceMrs
Mrs Annie Egan a dressmaker of 224 224West mWesL 220West
fr Anne Enn dreBmer
West Twentieth Twenteth street stret and a woman wom who whobald wh whosaid
bald la she was WW Mrs Mn Daniel Wailer Wallr Lenunon Lenunonof Lmon Lmonofhe Lemxnonoftime
Hotel had adisputeover dispute the thepayment thepayment thepayment
of ofhe oftime the St James a dlput ovr over
payment for a dress drcl lost lat night and an the thetwo te tetwo thetwo
two women with a young man a friend fren of ofMrs ofMr ofMrs
Mrs Mr Lemmon Lmmon landed in the West Twentieth Twentiethstreet TenUeth TenUethstret Twentiethstreet
street stret police plc station stton next door to t the dress dressmakers dr drmakers dressmakers ¬
makers home homeMrs homeMr homeMrs
Mrs Mr Egan said tald that Mrs f Lemmon Lmmon hired hiredher hr hiredher
her to make the dress de8 about aout six sx weelcs wek ago agosaying qoaying agosaying
saying that she wanted it to wear at ather athlr atimer
her hlr sons aonl graduation graduaton from Harvard HarvardMrs Harar HarvardMrs
Mrs MI Egan says that tho dress drel was ready readylast readylastlight readylast
last lastlight night and she notified notifed Mrs Mn Lemmon Lmmon to tocall t tocall
call cal saying that the thl bill i would be 115 lll 15 Mrs MrsI M MrsLenmmnnonm
I Immon nunon came cre told Mrs Mr Egan to pack pk up uptho upthe upthe
the dress dr a and Id started to leave with wih it The Theyoung Theoung Theyoung
young oung man who accompanied acmpanied her handed handedMrs hade handedMrs
Mrs Egan Ega S Sdownstairs 8By
1r By this tmc time Mrs rf 1110n Lemnuon lad had stred streddownltlrl started starteddownstairs
downstairs downltlrl and Mrs Mt Egan ran after afer her hersaying herMvng hersaying
saying elmo hl wanted wattJ 11 15 Her daughter ran rantothe rai ramito
tothe Mvng to time police und Detective Delctve Drennan Drenna caught caughtMrs cught cughtIr caughtMrs
Mrs Ir Lemmon plco and the young oug man I at the theparley te tecrer thecorner
corner cornerAfter cornerAftera
crer crerAfer
After Afer a I lone loneuntil long parley It watt WI agreed Igrced that Mrs Mrscorner 11 MrsEgan
Egan ohould should keep time drl dress s and the II M Muntil
until ultl today when the young man m would wouldcompanion wouldcome ould ouldcome
come around and pay the balanc balance ad and get getthe getthe
the dreB dress Mrs frl lmmon referre referred to her hercmpion hercompanion
companion as al her attorney attorneyMrs uttorey uttoreyMI attorneyMrs
cmpion Mrs MI Lemrnbn Lmmon is I not known llown at the St StJames 8t StJames
Jamel James Hotel HotelMDONALD Hotel HotelU HotelIDOs4LI
Out Could Give Jerome No K EhiIcnae > 1dlnue lilcnoe About AboutftlOOWO Aba Aba110OOOfilhwa
ftlOOWO 110OOOfilhwa Sub Smhiway way MonrSomebody 1lone Iolt Somebody Got GotJohn Gt GtJohn GotJohn
John B McDonald McDonld the subway con contractor 0 contractor ¬
trator tractor called caled on District Attorney AturoyJeoe AturoyJeoeestery AttornoyJeronme AttornoyJeronmeyesterday Jerome Jeromeyesterday
yesterday estery afternoon afteroon at the le letters latts re request r request ¬
quest to tell tel what wiat ho knew about the charges chargesthat ch chargesthat
that tht have been bn made that tlat walking dele delegates de delegates ¬
gates received rlr part prt of a fund of 110000 110000raised 1100 iO000raised
raised rai by subway suhwa contractors contrctor to prevent prerentstrikes preyent preventstrikes
strikes ftrkeH that were threatened tmatnod on Oi the work workMr workMr workMr
Mr Jerome was a desirous desirus of using Ulg testimony testimonyon teUmony teUmonyon
on this thl point pint In the examination oxamlnaton of Parks Parksbefore Pubbfor Parksbefore
before bfor Justice Justic Mayer Mayer this timi afternoon acroon After Afterthe Atr Atrthe Afterthe
the conference conferenc Mr McDonald declined declinedto dei
to Ira interviewed Interiewed Mr Jorome said saidWe sid sidW saidVe
We W talked this story stor of corruption crpton over overand overad overand
and ad Mr Jr McDonald lcDolald was willing wiig to tell tUm tellme tellmewimat me mewhat
what he knew on the subject lubjtct However Howeverthere Howeverther Howeverthere
there ther was wal nothing he knew that would woud be beof h beof
of the thl Ilghtett slightest value as a legal Ilgll evidence evidenceand evidenc evidenceand
and that closes the to mutter mutterCITIZEN matlr matlrCITIZ nmmatterCITIZE
And nd lilt I Attendant Alemlanll llreak Ireal Camp In De Denanee Or Beflames
flames nRIIe of a Pistol lI lot Ouarantlue OuarantlueSTAMFORD ItUrnUue ItUrnUueSTMPOIO SluarantiueSraMropn
STAMFORD STMPOIO Conn June Junl 18 llGergo llGergoFrci 16George 16GeorgeFrancis George GeorgeFrancis
Francis Frci Train was discharged dllcharpo as cured curedof ce
of afternoon afternoonMr aflpron aflpronMr smallpox Imalpx at the city cty Isolation 10lation camp ca11 this thisafternoon tl thisafternoon
Mr Train wont to his hi daughters home homein hme hmeIn homeiimacarrimmgo
in iimacarrimmgo a carriage carrago The Thenmirsomumdocimorattendants ThenmirsomumdocimorattendantsWent he nurse nUnand and othurattendacts othurattendactswent Clhorattdt
went whim wih him find Ind then thel drove to the station stationwhere st stationwimero on onwhero
where they thlltopk took a train for Now York YorkMayor YorkMayor YorkMayor
Mayor Leeds told time police vlce to t prevent preventtho preventIhe preventtho
tho attendants alendall from frm coming aOlil within withi the thecity tl thecity
city limits lmi and ordered ordpro the policeman polcmon to towo t touse
wo u o their thllr guns gunl If necessary l r Oops ps were weredetailed werdel weredetailed
detailed del aied At various ar 01 places about alJut the dtyi cty
but were eluded elude by b time attendant attendantThe atcldlt atcldltTh attemmdaatsThe
The Th alibi nI11 train Ir to the Ih Wliltc hl lmitc Mountain IOUllaIDA bavlnr hln hlnPUlman
Pullman PUlman slrciwii Irl aliJ tot tor1 M Alton Alban lba and nc Qnebrr Qnebrrwill Qnebf Queberismli
will wil ilLs thI vaiou 1aOI live Iv irsiul Ontral station Salon
N Y X II 1 4 4 It I I it n at vitsi 9I P 1 M Uatlr dalf eirepl eireplfiwniviyn nrr nrrRIOl ezccptiiifmilJOs
fiwniviyn RIOl rommriirlnit fommelrlnI lunr Rnil RnilTlir mnI mnI1mm
1mm Tlir day While Mountains Kxprriu Whim VRitl
Smiled through Parlor ran for Fabian JerTeraon JerTeraonaud lelSeronand
and 81 Alrxna will en Into strvlco on saw date
leaving New cw York at 50 A M vUr vUrRlchOrld 4drPtichfleld
RlchOrld Hprlnn Sleeper Sleeperyls
yls 1 LMkawanoa Railroad daUr al 8 541 < i P K Per ar arjr I Inor
nor jr can cr on 10 A M triln Irlntd Atfi 4

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