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I = VOL L LXXNO 291 NEW YORK YORK THURSDAY JUNE 18 j 1903 1903coJli 1903cornirigit CowrtoMim 10 ioo by bl j The Sun 3 PMina Prlinl and PvMliMno Plblln Atoratol Uortalfon PRICE pR1 TWO CENTS J I
FIND FI D LAWYER AMMON GUILTY GUIHOF GULTY GUILTYor I IOF
OF OF RECEIVING IECEIVIN SYNDICATE r1E Mil MilLEUS MIt MItLERS
LEUS LEES STOLEN S1OLEo MONEY MONEYJury MONEYJI MONZYJury
Jury JI Ont O Only Ot Half al an Hour HOODdee HourDefenoe Defence Pn PnN Pt PtN Put PutN
N Witnesses tneN on the Stand Stndue tndJune June JuneFixed O OPtxed
Fixed FJe M uSMlmee Sentence e trnoe Day DyAppt DayAppeal Appeal to B BAmmon De DeTkAmmon lieThkenAmmOfl <
TkAmmon ThkenAmmOfl Ammon Look Lokl Gray Gry and Wo WoAfter Wor WorAfer Worn WornAfter
After a twoweeks two weeks trial tri in General Genera Bee Seslions B Beeiloc
lions Io Afer Lawyer xwe Robert Rbr A Ammon Aon Amznonwho who ha haacted hd hdace had hadctl
acted as counsel CU1e for Syndicate Sydicte MUle MUlewas MUe MUeal Millerwas
ace was al convicted oonvlote yesterday yetry of knowing knowingreceiving kowinly kowinlyreohlg knowinglyT006lvthg
the syndicates stolen mono monoThe
receiving reohlg te sydlcta atlen money moneyThe moneyTue
The defence defene put no witnesses wltn6ses on the th stand standThe std stdThe standThe
The case c went to the jury Jur a few minute minuteput mtnuteeput
put 4 oclock ocock After Ater half hf an a hours dig digrusslon dlsrsslon diecueslon
russlon rsslon pt the te jurymen Jure took one ballot balot an andecided and anddecde anddecided
decided decde unanimously ualouly that tt Amraon Amon we weguilty wm wmul1ty
guilty guiltyLawyer guity ul1ty ul1tyLawyer
guityLvyer Lawyer Lvyer Palmer Paer Ammoni Amonl counsel couel re requested requeste requeeted
quested queste the Court Cur to remand remd the t prisons prisonsto prioner prionerto
to the Tomb until utU a week wek from Thursda Thursdabefore ThuTday ThuTdaybefore Thureday Thuredaybefore
before passing ping sentence entence so that he might mlghhave mighthave mighthave
have an a opportunity oppruity to prepare apper apperpapers appeal appealpapl appealpapri
papers papl and get a I stay stayMake stayMake stayMake
Make It a week from Monday Mondy sug suggentad suggetd euggested
gentad getd District Dlstret Attorney Atorey Jerome who hai haicome har had hadcome
come in I to congratulate his assistant a8IMat M MNott Mr MrNott MrNott
Nott
NottThat That will wi do answered aswered Lawyer Lw r Palmer Palmerand Pamer Pamerad Palmerand
and ad Judge Newburger said he would sen sentence eentenc sentenoe
tence tenc Ammon Amon on June JuneTo 29 29To 2LTo
To one of his hil lawyers laweT who told tolr him ti tikeep to toktp tokeep
keep ktp up courage ouge Ammon Aon replied rpled M Mnerve My Mynerve Iy Iynere
nerve Is just as a good as n ever It was wa Those Thoswho Thosewho
who had been bn watching Amman said sid that thahe thathe thathe
he appeared to have lost his nerve nero and ad thahe that thathe thathe
he was wa ae looking lookln worn wor and older olderThe olderThe olderThe
The first frst witness wltO called cled for the proeecu proeecution proecu proecuton proeecution
tion ton yesterday ytray was wa Henry Henr A Seymour Seymourwhose Syou Seymourwhose
whose hole brokerage firm fr Seymour Johnson Johnsoift Joh n nCo
ft Co at 71 Broadway failed faied some time tlmiago tme tmeago timeago
ago He was not permitted pritt to s say y whethehe whether whetherhe
he had received recled any money from Ammon AmmonTho Aon AonThe AramonThe
witness David H Shearn Shearna
The last lat wltnets was wn
a constable who testified teltfed that tht he had h servec serveca sred sreda served serveda
a subpoena subpna on John L Daly Day an a employee employeof employe employeof
of the Miller ier syndicate who fled fod after afteiMiller ater aterMiler afterMiller
Miller Miler had made an assignment 8lgent to t him hlnnn hi himcm
nn the advice advla of Ammon Shearn Sbea testified testlfiecthat tetlfed tetlfedth1 testifiedthat
that th1 Daly was wa still stl missing missingThat miMingThat missingThat
That Is the case Cs of the prosecution prlton sale saleAMlstant sid sidFi saidAistant
AMlstant Fi lant District Ditrit Attorney Attorey Nott NottLawyer Nottlwyer NottLnwyer
Lawyer Palmer Paler counsel ouel for Amman Ammanthen AmmonthPI Animonthpn
then thPI arose a08e and ad moved for the dismissal dimil ol olt or orthe oIthe
t the lie Indictment on several Merl grounds grud Hi HiThe His Hismotion Hismotion <
motion wa was deied denied by Judge Newburger Newburger1be Newburgorlhe
The 1be defence has hs decided deide to put on n nwitnesses no nowine nowitnesses
witnesses wine as the te prosecution ruton has ha failed faied t tmake to tomake toniake
make out a case cee remarked rmrked counsel cusel an anAmmon ad admmon and andAmmofl
Ammon mmon smiled sied as he saw IW his lawyer lwer mov movdirectly mo modiretly move movedtrectly
directly diretly in front frnt of the Jury JU box bx to address addreethe addr addressthe
the Jury jur in his hi behalf behalfYou bhl behalfYou
You gentlemen gteme of the jury jur must con conslder conFlrer conslder
slder Flrer said Id Mr M Palmer Paler that Col Ammocarried Ammo Amon Amonarled Ammnoncarried
carried arled the baa bageonUlnlng containing the 30500 05 t tthe to totho tothe
the offices omc of Wel1 Wells Fargo and Co bu buthat but buttha butthat
that tha he would woud not nt have carried it If he ha haknown had hadknow hadhnown
cre
known know that it contained contined stolen money moneyattacking tlole tloleTh xnoiieyThe
The then went the
Th lawyer over ttmony ttmonyattcking testimony testimonyattacking
attacking attcking Mill MillShylock Mlerwhom Mllierwhom he cled called a modem modemShlok modernShylock
Shylock Shlok who has come cme from frm prison prn to totestify totetlfy totestify
testify against agint a reputable rputble lawyer lawyerProsecutor lawyerPrleutr lawyerProsecutor
Prosecutor Prleutr Nott Not In summing up declared declaredthat delard delardthat declaredthat
that the prosecution prscuton had h proved proe every everypoint over everypoint
point In I Its It case ce Ha H said sd that tlat the District DistrictAttorney Dllrl DistrictAttorney t tAttr
Attr Attorney pint toted properly rpri in I taking tklng Miller Millerotlt Mler Mlerolt Millerott
otlt of prison prD to t testify try against Ammon Ammonand Amon Amonaowoid AmmnonantI
and olt aowoid would not nt bo b doing doig wrong wrCI apt if 1 ho h had hadrdon hd hdtt had1uznjed
1uznjed tt to assist Mter Miller i in aeti getting a pr prr par pardon
don or r eV even U he aed asked the Gveror Governor to toprD topardon
pardon rdon Miller M16 He intimated ItiW that tt the Dim District Di DimtTict ¬
prD trict trct Attt Attorney would wuld probably prbbly ask ak for fori forMilr forMillers
Milr Millers pardon i in i view vew of the eonrlow eonrlowhad orvlocsbed
had ha rendered rnderd pron to t the State StateJudge Btt BttOJudge loro
Judge Newburger Newbuger in his hi charge chrgf to the thejury thf thejury
jury jul ug confined onfne himself hlml almost amot exclusive exclusiveto excluively excluivelyto exclusively exclusivelyto
to defining the te law He was interrupted interruptedby Intrruptld Intrruptldby
by Ammons Amon efi counsel cul who ho read a long lint lintof lst lsto listof
of o by questions which whch he requested should Ihould bo boIncorporated MIncrrt beIncorpoed
Incorporated Incrrt qutoD In the Judges Judgel charge char e Each Eachrequest Ech Echrlluest Eachreq1est
request rlluest was w granted art by the Judge JudgeThe JUdgeTh JudgeThe
The Th extreme utrme penalty pnalty provided prvde for th thcrime the thecrim thecrime
crime crim of whloh Ammon was a convicted convictedin envcted envctedIA convictediflve
IJ50 IJ50JUPOMBNT I5 in iflve five fe yean y in I State Stt prison prion and a fine fne of olIJ50 ofI5 ofJUDOMZXT
JUPOMBNT UD < AOAINBTT AOAINS AMMONS WIFE W1FBA WF
A judgment jud ment for 19515 9515 has hl been ben entered enteredagainst cnterd cnterda enteredagainst
against a Rlnt Winifrd Winifred Ammon wife ife of Robert RobertA Robrt RobrtA
A A Ammon In favor or A Alfred rr Hayel Hayes Jr Jral Jras
as al assignee Algnee of the firm frm of Seymour Syour Johnson JohnsonA Johln JohlnC
A t Co C stock brokers brokeT to recover reover the amount amountof amountCf
of Cf If feveral certificates crtlfcalE for cotton coton marginsnnd margins margln8nd marginsand
and nd a check ehck which were delivered deuTre to her herby herhy herby
by Henry A Seymour of the firm frl on May
2810 2 281000 1900 the day the firm fr failed failedA faied
A 1 judgment judlment for 53470 34700 has hi been n entered enteredagainst ent enteredngainst rvr
against Seymour Johnson Johnon Co in favor favorof floror favorof
of Anthony X Brady for money received receivedfrom rclycd rclycdfrm receivedfrom
from frm him prior to May 28 1000 to Tho total totalamount totl totlamount totalamount
amount received reld by b them was 135314 3314 and andli0
17002 li0 was wa paid pid to him on Nov No 21 1002 1002CITIXEN 10 101IZE 1002ciTIZEN
CITIXEN ciTIZEN 1IZE TRAM TO SUE SUEIXiecnt SrE1lnt S1Flerint
IXiecnt 1lnt Think TInk lie le Was 11 Properly Proprl Treated Trrntrdhx Tntr Treatedt
hx h t the City Ot or Stamford Slamron In Ills 11 illness IllnrxIt In InI
It I became bome known yesterday Yltlry that tlt Citizen CitizenGeorge CitlzrnGMrle CitizenGeorge
George GMrle Francis FrnchI Train Trin will 1 probably pmhhly bring bringtilt hrlngllt bringptilt
ptilt tilt llt for 150000 50 50fXX against IgRlnlt tho city cty of Stamford StamfordConn flamford flamfordCmm StamfordCnn
Cnn for the thf th way In which he was as treated treatedliy trIIM trIIMly treatedby
liy the citys clY1 Board Bar of Health Hlalth when he had hadtmnllpnx hadf hindimalipox
tmnllpnx f 1 I p X Exactly ExrMly on what whlt allegations allegationstlio 1gntlonl 1gntlonltl
tlio tl Hiiit ult will wi be 0 based blMd In II not not known know yet et fl flMr II IIIr as asMr
Mr Ir Train has hal not consulted rnlllpd with wih his law lawyer Inwr lawyr ¬
yer r Clark Ball B < I who has hRI looked after th thCitizens thChhfns thD thDCliiinns
Citizens Chhfns Idgal l gRI needs for many mAn yearn carl said saidy Ihl IhlIpnIR
y iterday IpnIR that he had heard inmrnrtlv indirectly that thatinch that thatil thatnieh
inch il h a riilt f lt was al to IHJ brought broughtPeople hrouhtPopl broughtPsople
People Popl are po used u ed to accepting Cc llng the theorders thereI therdera
orders < of health hfalth officers o fl wild Mr Hell Hellthat nlI Rehlthat
that t reI they dont dnt often stop ItOp to think whether whetherthey whetherthey hetherthff
they are pr proper r or not It seems to me methat metha methat
that tha thff the ae Stamford 8tmfor health healh officer ofCr acted sctld in inA Inery ina
A very ery highhanded and questionable questionablemanner questonable questonableRlnMr questionablemanner
manner when wien highande ho refused rpfur Mr Trains Trainsdo Trins Trinsd1gblN80lor Trainsdaughters
do lighters d1gblN80lor RlnMr offer to t take tkc earn cr of her father fatherand fathrand fatherand
and Instead llled put puth putthe the city cityto to t all al alithat that tht expense expenseto e pe peto
to quarantine qurntl him hl It also a1 seems fm8 to me mothat metht methat
that the Stamford Stamor officer omor has hs had hd so 1 much muchpressure muchpTure muchpressure
pressure and ad criticism ctilm brought brupht to boar sr on ontend onhm on1dm
pTure
1dm hm tht that hA h has 01 been obllPd obliged to Ih give In and andpPnd andsend
tend pPnd Mr Train Trll to his hil daughters daughtrs be boml borne borneiust mo mojuot
jut as A Mr Train Tml wished wihed In the first f t place placeCitizen phc placeCitizen
Citizen Train Tin hs has sent Int no word r of his hishomecoming hil hishomeming
Ctin
homecoming homming to Mr M Bell BellMUST Bell BellrJII BellMVT
MUST PAY HORGAN A t SlsATTERY SlsATTERYIt F FIty
rJII PAl HORO4o M4TTER M4TTERnlJ
nlJ It Ity 7 nndlnic nlnt n Expn EXPlve Expensive lve to Bounce Donc the theTammany theTamman theTammafly
Tammany Architects ArchitectsKorean Arolrtli ArolrtliHorg ArehitcetiMorgan
Korean Horg 1 Slattery Blter who tiied u ued the th city cty to torecover t torecover
recover re 127500 m 22500 because bcUI Mayor Low Lw took tookaway tok tokawa tookaway
away awa from frm them the work on the thf new Sixty Sixtyninth 8lxtTnlth Sixtyninth
ninth nlth Regiment Rglent armory arol which was Wi awarded awardedto a wKrlpd
to them th as Sl the regular reglr Tammany Tammny architects architectsunder archhect archhectundr architectsunder
under undr the Van Wyck administration admiistrtion ob obtained obtlin ohmined ¬
mined tlin a verdict wrdlc In I the Supreme Suplme Court Cur yes yesterday yl ylIrry yestfrday ¬
terday Irry for 118110 1685510 after aftr a trial tri lasting lastingthree ltlng ltlngthr lastingthree
three thr days dy before bfor Justice JUtO Fitzgerald Ftzerld and a ajury ajur ajury
jury jur ExMayor ExMyor Van Va Wycks brother brotherAugustus brther brtherAultW brotherAugustus
Augustus counsel oul for Horgan Horga t Slattery Slatterydeclared Slattr Slatterydeoiared
declared d AultW I after aftr the th verdict Trlct that tht the firm firmcharacter fr firmhad I
had about twety twenty oUr IUil eutta of a similr similrchrer similar similarcharseter
character chrer hd abu against agalt the th city ciy In I all al of which whichthey whih whih1b whichthey
they expect to be b equally equUlluolfu successful successfulThe suoceMftdThe
1b t
The Te ex old Armory Arr Board Bard awarded awrdr the con contract cn cntrc cnntract ¬
tract trc for drawing drwng the plans Pln and specifica specifications s speclilcation clc ¬
lions tion of the new building buddng at Lexington Lexingtonavenue Lxingon Lxingonavenue Lsxingtonavenue
avenue and ad te Twentyfifth TwetrMtb street Itet to Horgan HorganSlattery Borgn Borgn8lt IlorganSiattery
Slattery but when whn Myor Mayor Low Lw took tooktiffloe Wl tookoce
oIo oce tiffloe A Hunt HuntIt Hunttt 8lt he b had b the te work turned tue over ovr to t Hunt HuntA Iut IutHut HuntHunt
Hut HutIt
It WM said when whe the th citys ctys architectural architecturaljobs arhitul arhitulJob architecturallobs
w
jobs Job were wer u taken tken away awy from rrm Horgan Horg ft Slat Slattery Slt Sltter Slattery ¬
tery that the policy was 1 that tht no matter matterwhat mttr mttrwht matterwhat
ter tht pl
what wht It cost Ct the city Horgan < k Slattery Slatterycould Ster Slatterycould
cty
could culd not do any architectural archltcturl work for forthis forth forthis
this th administration adirten administrationau
adirtenl
au Ceeina promotes otn III hi rrowla roWh at atdark ora 01ts
a ts 1 111t 11 SM isst I l t It DI dark sod ld rK rA ftOAT > J r <
SI SIX MILES MIES WITH WI1ll A I PICKPOCKE PICKPOCKEElevated PICIPOOKE1e PICIPOOKE1eFleTtt PICKPOfJKLTElevated
Elevated FleTtt Railroad Riroad Passenger Ialenler Took III IIIPrisoner 11 11Prioner Ills IllsPrisoner
Prisoner Prioner Rome RomeJames lome lomeJsmes HomeJames
James H Burke of 685 8 East Et 141st street strepgot stret stretgot streetgot
got on a Third Ti avenue avnue elevated elevatd train trin a aNinth at atNith atNinth
Ninth Nith street stet last lat night and ad at Fourteenth Fourtoentlstreet Foureenth Foureenthatrt Fourteenthstreet
street atrt felt a tug at hU hi pocket pcet Then Ten he hesays heeYI hesays
says eYI he heew saw Isaac I Kramers Kamers hand hd come connout cme cmeout comeout
out of his bl pocket and ad with Ith it 88 0 which fel felon fel fell fellon
on the floor toor He grabbed grabbd Kramer Krmer am amheld ad adbel and andheld
held bel him hm around arud the te waist wait until ut the trail trailreached tmnrohed trainreached
where thi thiguard the thoga theguard
reached rohed Twentythird Tntytird street strt wher
guard ga suggested suggstd that It would be b much mucleasier muohenler mucheasier
easier enler to t take tke Kramer Krmer from frm the train tri nm nmhave ad adhae and andhave
have him hi locked up upBurke upBuke upBurto
Burke Buke replied repled thnt he Intended to t take takehis tke tkeh takehis
his h prisoner prlnr to the lWh th street stret station stattoiand stationand stationand
and have him locked locke up near nea his hi home homoso hometht
so that tht he wouldnt have to come cmo down downtown downtwn downtown
town twn In the morning mornng to some sme outofthe outoftheway outfthowy outoftheway
way wy police plco court curt The guard was wa evidently evldentljtoo evidenty evidentytoo evidentlytoo
too busy with the home going crowds crowdsIt crowds crowdsIt
It was a about 6 I oclock oclockto to bother willBurke with withBuke withBurke
Burke Buke and his prisoner prisner who was a fighting fightlnfall fghtng fghtngal fightingall
all al the time timeFinally timeFinaly timeFinally
Finally Finaly Burke got an obliging passenger possongeito pEngr pEngrto
to give up his hi seat at and ho ht threw Kramer KrameiInto Kaer KaerInto Kramerinto
Into it It Burke says 6y that some Bne of the thepassengers thopenger thepassengers
passengers penger helped help him to t hold Kramer Kramerthere Knmer Knmerther Kramerthere
there ther until unti they got to 138th 13th street strt Her HerKramer Her HerKramer Here HereKramer
Kramer refused rfu to move the passengers pnssengencouldnt palsnger palsngerouldnt passengerscouldnt
couldnt ouldnt budge budg dm hm and the conductor eomluctoiwouldnt conductorwouldnt conductorwouldnt
wouldnt hold the train so 10 Burko stuck studto stuckto
to his prisoner prner until unti the train trin got to 181sstreet 181s 181ststrt 101ststreet
street strt Kramer Kme was wa lugged around nrun to t the theMorrlsanla thoMorrlla theMorrisania
Morrlsanla Morrlla station stUon by Detective Dttctve Murtha MurthaTRIED MurthaTRIED MurthaTRIED
TRIED TO RUNCO VCO PROSECUTOR PROSECUTORPoliceman IIWSECrTORr IIWSECrTORrPoleeman IIfOSECOTORPoliceman
Policeman Poleeman Apparently Apparet In Game mme to TrickMr Trick Tick TickIfr TriekMr
Mr Ifr lucite ieln Which hlel hieh Failed FailedOtto Fale FailedOtto
Otto Oto Bennett Bnnett stole tole Joseph MaragalUinat MaragalUinatwatch Maragailanaswatch Iaragallnl Iaragallnlwatch
watch on a Fourth avenue car and ran ranPoliceman ranPolcman ranPoliceman
Policeman Polcman Henry Henr Lastbador Ltbader caught cught him himand hl himand
and picked picke up the thewatch watch which he had seen seenBennett Ben BenBenett seenBennett
Bennett Benett throw thrw into a gutter gutterOn auter auterOn gutterOn
On May 22 the day net Bt for Bennetts Bennettstrial Bnnets Bnnetstral Bonnettstral
tral in the General Sessions Seslon8 Deputy As Assistant A8ftant Assistant ¬
sistant ftant District Dltrct Attorney John H Iselln JsUn who whowas whowas ho howas
was but recently renty appointed appintd was Wa told by bya bya I
a policeman in uniform uniformwhotnhe whom hom ho supposed supposedto aUPPoModt
1 plcemnn
to t be the thl policeman plcman who hud hld made the thearrest thearrlt thisarrest
arrest arrlt that tlat the complainant could culd not notidentify notIdenUy notidentify
identify IdenUy the prisoner prner and that tat the policeman policemanhad plcman plcmanhad
had not seen een the thief thie throw throwaway away tho thowatch thowakh thowateli
watch watchOn wakhOn wateliOn
On that for lack of evidence the pick pickpocket plokpok8t pickpocket ¬
pocket pok8t was WA discharged disharged and departed departedAn departd departdAn
An hour later Policeman Polcman Lantbader tbader who whohad whohad whohad
had been ben waiting waltln to testify asked aekr Clerk ClerkGallagher ClerkGalagher ClerkGallagher
Gallagher Galagher what disposition disposiion had beon made madeof madeoftheeaao
of oftheeaao oftheeaaoW1iy the caso casoWhy ca8 I
Why WlY said the clerk your man was wasdischarged 11 wasdischarged I
discharged dllharged from custody custdy You said ald that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you did not see se the watch atch thrown away awayand awayJ awayand
and you told Mr Iselln Iseln that the complainant complainantcould complainantcould complainantcould
J could not swear to the prisoner prisonerI prisnerI
I didnt say 8Y so s declared declaed the cop cp I Isaw Isw Isaw
saw sw the fellow 1110 throw throwaway away tho watch atch and andthe andtle andthe
the tle complainant complinant is I a willing wilng to swear that thatBennett tat tatBnett thatBennett
Bennett Bnett stole his watch Wehad We had a dead deadsure ded dedsure deadsure
sure case caseMr cae caseMr
Mr Iselln Isell was wa Informed ifored of the facts I and andhe an andhe
he got gt a bench bnch warrant warnt for Bennett Bnnett Last Lastbader Lt Ltbader Lastbader
bader got Bennett again and Bennett Bnnett was wastried WB WBtried wastried
tried and convicted onvictd yesterday yesterdayApparently yeterdayApprntly yesterdayApparently
Apparently Apprntly a real ral policeman plcemanther policemanthere there ar ar are a anumber anumber anumber
number of them from the region of de Atewho Ate Atoho Atewho
who ho hang around arund tho court a good deal deallent deallent deallent
lent himself hillf to the bunco game attempted attemptedon atempted atemptedon
on the young prosecutor prosecutorOV prl utor
OV 0 GOULDPENNA GOVL1PEVh PEACE PEACEConference PE4CF PE4CFConrcrect PE4CEConferences
Conference Conrcrect Without th ut Result n I lt No Far ExCept Kxetpton EXl pt j
on the Stoek Tape TapeThere TapeTerA TapeThere
There TerA have been bon conferences cnference recently recentlybetween reontly reontlybetween recentlybetween
between Important Impor lnt financial fnancal interests interestslooking Inlerttl interestslooking I Ilooklnl
looking looklnl to tho rccVtabliPlimrnt rllbl hmrnt of friendly friendlyrelations frlndl frlndlrelation friendlyrelations
relations relation between tho Pennsylvania PnlylRnll Rail Railroad Railroad 1 ¬ I
road rad Comi Company > any and the th Goulds Goulls These Theseconferences Theocnference Theseconferences
conferences cnference however have hlve not as al yet yetresulted YAtrulte ystresulted
resulted rulte In anything tangible Important Importantfinancial Importantfnanclli Importantfinancial
financial fnanclli Interests InterrtF appreciate apprecate that the thehostilities IhehostWtl thehostilities
hostilities have had a decidedly rocdedly unsettling unsettlingeffect unsettllg unsettllgelNt unsettlingeffect
elNt effect and that the disturbing d tU lng influence influencelias Infunce InfuncehM influencohas
not directly directlyconnected directlyconnected I Iconnecte
has extended nxtendld to enterprises enl crprls dlrft
connected connecte with cither eiher of the hostile hOltle parties partiesRumors prtlll prtlllRumors partIesRumors
Rumors that a settlement etlcment of the Penn PennsylvaniaGould Penns IennsylvaniaGould ¬
sylvaniaGould s hanlaOould hostilities hostlll was impending impendingadvanced Impnding Impndingadvance Impendingadvanced
advanced advance the prices prlcll of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad PennAlvnnt PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad lalrod and tJio t he Gould railroad rairoad shares sharesIn Ihare
In II the stock market yesterday ICrdl Penn Pennsylvania Penn8ylanla Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Railroad lroad stock at ono time sold soldas soldas old olda
as a high as aI27and 127 and closed at 12AK 12fy 126 an advance advanceof
of H i points plnll compared with wih Tuesdays Tuesdaysclosing TUlsda1 TUlsda1clofhg Tueedasctoslig
closing clofhg price prlc Missouri MIMlouri Pacific Pacfo touched touchedlOSJf touchf touchedi03
lOSJf 103 or of a point above aho Tuesdays Tuesdaysfinal TUNdaysfnal Tuesdaysfinal
final fnal price but closed dOled at 102jf I02 Walmsh Walmshcommon WalniRlicommon 1 1common
common stock at one time sold old as l high highas hl h hI
as I 26 or 2J 2H points plnle above Tuesdays closing closingprice closingprice closingprice
price It I closed colM at 24 24ROTH 2H 2lBOTh I ITI
i ioliard
ROTH TI SEE THE Il PRESIDENT PRESIDENTCimliUrd pn IIlIcfIEVTGoddard r E
CimliUrd oliard Hat 13 Ila Luncheon Lunohlon and Sheldon Dine Dinent Dnf Dnfnt DIneset
nt the White Whlo Unlive UnliveWABHINOTOX nneWARHNGTON IIoUeWARItINOTON
WABHINOTOX WARHNGTON June 17 nGorge 17George George R Shel Sheldon Sheldon Sheidon ¬
don and F Norton Goddard of Now York Yorkench Yorkeneh Yorkeach
each of whom has been ben mentioned for the thepresidency Ihepreireny thepresidency
presidency preireny of the Republican Rpublcan County CountyCommit Cunty Cuntymrltc CountyCommittee
Commit Committee mrltc tee broke bread hrad with wih President PresidentRoosevelt Psdent PsdentRsovtlt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rsovtlt and talked with wih him about poUt political polt poltIal poUtkiil ¬
State Slat Mr MrGoddard Mrnddard
ical Ial Affair IRlf in the Empire I IGoddard
Goddard was wnf tho Presidents Prellrent guest IIPst at atluncheon atluncheon I ItunchMn
luncheon and returned rltlrned to New York on onthe on4 onthe
the 4 oclnrk oeloCk train trainMr lrlin lrlinMr trainMr
Mr Sheldon did not arrive in Washing Washington Wahln Wahlnton Washington ¬ I Idrnt
ton until night He dined with Ilh the Presi President Pr President ¬
dent unti at the White ll House 10ul and remained remaineduntil remalnld remalnldunti remaineduntil
until unti 11 1 oclock leaving Icaiut for New e York at atmidnight It Itmlcnlfht atmidnight
midnight After Atrr coming from the White WhltoIlnuw Whitelinus lo
mlcnlfht
Ilnuw 10u Mr Ir Sheldon fhf1lon said Iid to a SUN reporter reporterThere reporterThere I
There is i no 10 statement for rne reprer reprerThero to make maketo makE makeexcept I IICfL
ICfL except to say I tllt that the Prlldni President I i5led i5ledto IIJ I IIe
to Ie talk lil with wih me about nbut the thf presidency presidencyof preldfncy I
of the county cunt committee commitee I explained to tohim tohim tohim
him that it was w1 inexpedient and impossible impossiblefur ImpRlble ImpRlblefur
Inexpdlent
I fur rne mf to accept et the thelaoe place laoe and the Presi President PI PIdfnt President ¬
dfnt dent agree with wih me meMr meMr meMr
Mr lr Goddard GOMar < has hal been mentioned mentionedIt IDm toned tonedIt
It wan suggested suggestedYw lulletfd
Yw 1 replied rfplf Mr Sheldon but not very veryseriously ver veryseriously
eerloUly seriously I think thinkClinton Ihlnk IhlnkClnton thinkClinton I IRo
Clinton Clnton Hcollard RcoUar Railroad Rairoad President PresidentROUE Preldet PresidentRolsg
ROUE Ro N V June 17 1At 17At At the annual annualicetlng annualmeetig annualmeeting
meeting meetig of the Rome and ad Clinton Cliton Railroad Railroadow Riroa Railroadnow
now ow leased leMd by the Ontario Ontro and ad Western Westernleld WEster Westernheld
held here hrr this th1 afternoon atron Clinton Clnton Scollard Scollarde Scllrd Scllrdo Scollardthee
thee e wellknown weUknow poet pet and ad and author among amonghose aDong aDongwhoe amongwhose
whoe whose hose books boks is i the Knight of the High Highay Hllh Hllhwav HIghway
way ay was a elected flectd a director dirctr and sub subquently subaqutty subesquently
quently aqutty president plIdpnt of the road ra to t sueoeed sueoeedIs lund lundhil sunocedhis
hil his Is father fathEr the late lte Dr J I Scollard Bll of ofUnion ofClntn ofClinton
Union Clntn In I which Tillage vlal tho poet t lives liveslie Ivel livesThe
The lie le road rad Is about abut fifteen fftn mile mi long lng con oonecting cn cnnrelng connecting
ecting nrelng this city ciy with the college clf1 town tw of ofllnton ofClntn ofClinten
llnton for which young Scollard Sollr was wasamcd wa wasnamed
named nmd Clntn The Tl rental rnt paid by the lessee Ifs8e Is Is22S75 II
22S75 annually and this lhi means meal a dividend dividendf divdend divdendof
of > f a little ltte anualy over ae e per cent ct Dr D Scollard ScollardSolid Bolnrd Bolnrdha Scollardhad
ha had ben been ptldtt president pr of tho ra road for may mayye many manyyears
ye years yearsSoltd
yelole
Solid Comfort on the he Day Da I4n Jl Use sttamra Sleam b bwtn b be betwea
twea wtn lole I New Comfor Tork and ad 0 Albsor Ab Good G Von 11 Mnto4d
CAMDEN POSTMASTER GONE GONESAID GONEun
SAID un TO 10 HAVE H41 WRITTEN WRTTEN THAT H HWOULD HE HEJOULD IlLWOULD
WOULD JOULD COMMIT COllI1 SUICIDE SUICIDEDcrmiMe SUICIE SUICIEDtrflue SU1ClDflerousse
DcrmiMe Dtrflue Left HU 111 Offleo omCe About II I I A Aanll M itanti Mand
and Was al Seen Later Lter at Railroad RUroa Station StationInipeotors Staton StatonIRpeetol StationInspeotors
Inipeotors IRpeetol Going GiID Ocr Ills 111 Accounts AcoountiWife AeoountlWlfo AccountsWife
Wife Doesnt Know lnow Where tre He li liPHILADELPHIA IIPUILDELUU IsPnnDEunxA
PHILADELPHIA PUILDELUU Pa June 17 1A 17A A rumor rumortoday rmor rmortay rumortaday
today tay to t the te effect eet that Postmaster Postmtr Louis LouisT Lui LouisT
T Derouftse Deruse of Camden Cmden N J had ha sent a abrief abrlor abrief
brief note to t hU hi family faiy in I which whcb he an announced a announcad ¬
nounced his intention to end his hi life caused causedone causedone
nounc ltenton t cnuse
one of tho greatest gratst sensations an8aton8 Camden Comdenhas Cden Cdenha Camdenhas
has ha experienced exprenced In many tlY years year This Thiscoupled Tls Tlsouple Thiscoupled
coupled ouple with the fact that he had not been beenfound bEn bEnfoud beenfound
found foud up to t a late hour tonight made madetho madete madetho
tho te circumstance circumstce all al the more mor mysterious mysteriousAccording msterlousAcoordng mysteriousAcoording
According Acoordng to the story slor which spread spreadrapidly spreadraplrly spreadrapidly
rapidly raplrly exJudge eudge David J Pancoast of ofComden ofCaden ofCamden
Camden Caden a bondsman bon sman of the postmaster postmasterreceived po postmasterreceived tmlter tmlterrecived
received recived a noto from frot tho family tnmly which whichpurported whichpurported lich lichpurported
purported to nay Iny that Mr Dcrousse Derou8e had hadcommitted badcommited hadcommitted
committed commited suicide suicideDr sulcldoDr suicidoDr
Dr Frank Neal Robinson Rbinon the family familyphysician famiy famiyphyalclan familyphysician
physician of the postmaster said tonight tonightthat tnight tnightthat tonightthat
that he had ha had a talk with Mrs MT Derousso DeroussoShe Derolo DeroloShe DerousseShe
She said sad according accordlnp to Dr Robinson Rbinson that thatsho thatshe thatsho
sho had ha sent snt a short noto no to to Judge Pancoast Pancoastwhich PancMt PancMtwhich Pancoastwhich
which bore br on private affairs aralrs only She Shedenied Shedenied Shedented
denied absolutely abslutely that she had sent Bnt any anything anything anything ¬
thing that might bo r interpreted Interprted aa a saying sayingthat Bng Bngthat sayingthat
that Mr Dcrousso Drousf had committed cmmltwd suicide suicideMrs suicde suicdeMT suicideMrs
Mrs MT Derousso also aio denied a rumor that thatsho thatehe thatshe
she received any word whatever from frol her herhusband hlr hlrhusband herhusband
husband husbandSho husbandShe husbandShe
She declared delrd sho was as l much in the dark darkas darkal darkas
as al any anyon ono onoAssistant oneAssistant
Assistant AL talt Postmaster PostmMVr Charles Charlp P Sayre Sayrewho Sve Svewho Sayrewho
who was wa placed pla in charge chaW of thu office ofo said saidtonight Md Mdtonght saidtonight
tonight tonght that ho had no idea as 1 to thu where whereabouts wher wherabut whereabouts ¬
abouts abut of his h chief cW t The last Ilt ho saw of him himwas himwn himwas
was wn about abut 11 1 oclock Up to that timo ho hohad liehad
had ha been bn with Jth two Government Oovermnt postnlln postnlln8pctr postal > ostul in inspectors inspecters ¬
specters spectorsHe 8pctr
He said tho inspectors IIpetOT would continue continuetheir conlinuothei continuetheir
their thei work of going over the te accounts accut of oftho ofth ofthe
the th missing mllg postmaster pstmlter today toa mid Ild that thatnothing tha thatnothing
nothing nothl they the have done thus far would wouldbo wOlld wOlldb wouldbe
bo b made public publicAmong publc publcAmong publicAmong
Among the first fTt to t start Inquiries InCulrlc as a to tothe tothe tothe
the whereabouts whereabut of ilr Ir Derousso Derou5o was wasCongressman wasCngr wasCongressman
Congressman Cngr lan Henry Heny C LoudenslaRer Ludella lr a aclose acoM aclose
close personal friend who went directly directlyto
coM pronal
to the Camden post pst office ofce Ho Il sent mes messages mesege nicssages ¬
sages ege totho ttho railroad riroad officesand ofcsand nil nlirprlant nlirprlantplntl Important Importantpoints importantpoInts
points plntl but learned nothing definite definiteCollector defnite defniteColetor definitoCollector
Collector Coletor of Internal lnternl Revenue Inane InaneMoffett 18RC
Moffett Mofet another close clos friend said last lastnight Ilt Iltnl lastnight
night nl ht that Mr Derousse DerouRe had boon brn seen secnabout seenabout oenabout
about IM I O P M I at the Pennsylvania 1ennlvanll Rail Railroad Rai Railroad ¬
road terminal at the foot of Federal Fodelal street streetby Itreet streetby
by Special Spial Ofllcer Omcr Oro The postmaster postmasterwas p8tmlter
was among amonl the crowd In the tralnshed tralnshedand tmlnshEd tmlnshEdRnd trainshedand
and looked loke worried worriedCollector worrie worriedCollector
Collector Coletor Moffott Iutet t was W under the impression Imprelonthat mprc sion sionthat
that Mr I Derousse DerOU5e had hld gone to Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCity AtlanticCity
City on tho 210 afternoon afteroon train De Despatches Despatche Doapatches ¬
spatches spatche were wont to that place but butnothing blt bltnothing butnothing
nothing was learned leared that would clear up uptho upthe upthe
the myntery mynteryMr myter myterIr
Mr Ir Derousso Derou 1 Is II one of the best blt known knowncitizens knownctzenl knowncitizens
citizens ctzenl of o Camden Cmden both politically pltcaly and andsocially ad adlcaly andeodaliy
socially lcaly For many years he was in charge chargeof cbrg
of the milk mik depot of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaRailroad Pennsyhala PennsyhalaRlroad PennsylvaniaRailroad
Railroad Rlroad at the foot tot of Federal Federa street streetHe Itrret ItrretHe streetHe
He was Wa a close personal prnal friend of the late lateUnited lateUnite lateUnited
United Unite States Sintei Senator William Wilam J Sowell Sowellnnd Swel Swelnnd Sewoliand
nnd was WI prominent In Republican Rpublcnn circles circlesFor crcle circlesFor
For several terms he represented reprflnte the te Second becondward Iond Iondward Secondward
ward In the City Council Counci and was wn City CityComptroller CityCompuoler CityComptroller
Comptroller Compuoler for some years YIIf Ho 10 served servedthree 6rc servedthree
three thrr terms terlin In tho Assembly beiug blu Speaker Speakerof
of the House Hou In iMXi iMXiSUES IFOOStES 10lSES
SUES AL ADAMS FOR DRESSES DRESSESPolicy nRISfS flIfESWSPolicy
Policy rolt ICIng Unc Smile Nnl When liei He Ie H Served Stll With WithPapers Wih WihIap WIthPapers
Papers Iap r In II Sing oln Nine NineWHITE SlugWitita IIC
WHITE PLAINS PAISS N Y Juno 17 liDfputr liDfputrShlrr 17DeputySheriff Deputy DeputySheriff
Sheriff Shlrr Philip Phip Kuss lils representing rfprellnln Sheriff SheriffMiller Shrrl SheriffMiller
Miller ler of Wetitchester county COUII today todn went wentto wentto wemitto
to Sing Sing prison pr8on where whlrl ho hl served FP11 Albert AlbertJ Alher
J Adams Aram the thf convicted policy poU king kingwith kinl kingwith
with a summons nnd complaint In an notion notionbrought ncton nctlonbrought
brought brught In the Supreme Hlpreml Court Cour of Went Wentchenter WII WIIcheMter Westcheater
cheater county cOlnty by b Mary Ial Tavernier Tavfrnllr a fash fashionable fMhIonahle fashionablo ¬
ionable dressmaker dresmaltel of Manhattan Janhntl for
09030 which she Iho alleges nUejl Adams owes OWPi to toher toher
her hlr for silk lk gowns droswit drfIII tailormade tailormadesuits talormado talormadoRuitR tailormadesuits
suits and other wearing apparel pp11 which oh ohfurnished sln slnfurnished h I
furnished to his wrarng daughter dlu hter Ida upon his hisorder hiI hisorder
order ordfr before bffore he was Wil cent Ient to prison prisonThe prlMonThe prisonThe upn
The Deputy Sherl Sheriff was Wi escorted Icorte1 to the thnprison thAprsn theprison I
prison yard hy Principal Princpal Keeper Ipr Con Connaughton Conlaurhtol Connaughtomi
naughton prsn where hlrA Adatiw Adal was WI found fOlnd exer exercising elr elrclllng oxercisitig ¬
cising laurhtol with wih several Ifvlrl other convicts conlcll He Hereceived le lerecfie liereceived
received recfie the court cour papers with lh a smile smileAfter smlf smIleAfter
After Afer glancing nt paprl the contents clttnlf he h said saidI Iald IaldI
I thank you youCONFESSED youCtnESSIW youCOFESSI
CtnESSIW CONFESSED AFTER 41 4 YEARS YEARSTennestre nts ntsTlnnlur 1JtRTennessee
Tennessee Tlnnlur Man Tells 11 on fn Ills II Deathbed Ulnthhlc How HowHe IOI IOItc lionlie
He tc Killed 1lled HU 11 llrotherlnlav llrotherlnlavCHATTANOOGA nrolhtrlnla itrotherlnlawCHAT1ANOoOA w wCHATTANOOGA
CHATTANOOGA Tenn Juno J tine 17 17Thl 17Tue Thn tour murder lur lurder tourder ¬
der of William Wilam Cannon annon fortytwo yearn cnrf ago agohas Igo Igohns agohas
has just jUBllln been cleared ceared up lp at l Lynnvllle Llnvl > Term TermIn TennIn TermIn
In a statement Illtllent made on his clcuthbcd clcuthbcdJohn dC deuthibedlilin lhLc lhLcJhn
John KVUIIH tUII vuris an aged atd and ad respected 1 ptlpd citizen citizenconfessed ctlyn ctlynconffd citizencntessed
confessed conffd that It was S ho who fired frpd the fatal fatalbullet fltal fltalulet fatalbullet
bullet bulletCannon bulletCannon ulet
Cannon was wn shot Ihot from ambush Ho 10 and nndhis nnr andhis
hlf his Cnnon wife had disagreed and nd he had threat threatened thnRt thnRtened threateneci ¬
ened to leave her herWhile herWhie herWhile
While Whie they were in an altercation alercation at the thefront thofront thefront
front gate over the possession IOfeMlol of their theirchildren theircllrren theirchildren
cllrren children late Cannon was WIO instantly Iltnnl I killed kild by byn b ba
a rlfo rub rlfloshot rlfloshotKvans shot shotEvans hot
Evans vRnl and nnr Cannon Clnnon were w rA brothersin brothersinlaw rothersInand
law and Evans Elns said sid in in justification jUMlcatlon of the themurder thomurder themurder
murder that he h could no 10 longer stand standCannons BtandCannons standCannons
Cannons ill 1 treatment of his sister sisterGOUT sisterGOUT wtlr wtlrGolT
GOUT GolT ON O HIS 111 NOSE NOSEIlKht iOfE NOWPlight
PIht Plight IlKht of a Janitor tanl Whose hse Case Surprised Surprisedthe Surprisedthe Ir 1
the nellevue elnue DoctorCharles Doctor Ioeto IoetoCarlea Doctorstharlea
Charles Carlea E Scharff Sharr 00 0 years oar old a janitor janitorf Janltr
of f 354 4 East EIt Fiftyfourth Fltyfourlh street elrt went to toIcllevuo toDltue toBellevuo
Icllevuo Dltue Hospital yesterday tterda afternoon aleroon to toIC tosee
IC see 00 the doctors about a swelling swolng on his hisORO hisnoo hisnoao
noo ORO ns ni big as l a baseball bhnl and red as 18 blood bloodrhloh bloodwhloh bloodwhiob
rhloh has b been bn increasing Ior ling until untl now he Is Islaving II ishaving
laving trouble to t see 0 around arolnd it itAfter It itAfter
After twenty doctors doloT had har examined examinedt examlnr examinedhim
hl him Atr they fnaly finally decided that t the janitor janitormd janior janiorhad janitorhad
had the gout Iout which they said hardly ever everbout elr elrreahld everreached
reahld reached out as S far as thlt that A pecllltr peculiarity peculiarityabout
about Janitor Jlltr Soharfls hanl gout is that th t It hasnt hasntoached han hasntreached t
reached rOhe his feet tot yot ot having havng started stare on the therrong therong thewrong
wrong end of him himThey hl himThey
They The told him that he might Ins lose both bothyes bth btheyts botheyes
eyes yes u i Il the swelling swelng isnt Imt reduced reduOd soon soonnd soonanr eoonand
anr and nd they are afraid that blood blod poisoning poisoningrill pllonlDg pllonlDgwU
wU will rill set In If i It is Illputto Illputtoiiana amputated amputatedl amputatedIndians
iiana Indians l n Councilman Counciman Arrested Arretr for Bribery BriberyINDIANAPOLIS Drlbf DrlbfINDUNAOL8 flrlberyINDIANUo12S
INDIANAPOLIS INDUNAOL8 June 17 17Te 17The Tho Orand Jury Juryf Juryof Juryof
of > f Cass C6 county cunty returned twenty twcnt indict indictlents Indct Indctmente indictmeats
meats lents late lat e tonight tonllht and Stephen Stcphen Boyer Boyerid Ber Bernd Bayerand
nd and id Councilman Cun Coun ciman cilman Daniel Danel A Oillespie wore woret woreat wereat
at t once ona arrested Ireted on charges charge Oleipe of bribery briberyt brbr
It t Is believed bleve that onehalf onebal of the Indict Indictnents Indc indictmeats
meats aro against men who have been beenmpanic bn bnpronnenlY beenprominently
pronnenlY prominently apanst Identfe itientifled wth with thr three tracon traconompnlCI traction tractioncompanicel
ompnlCI companicel mpanic I which whch are ar seeking lking franchises franchisesn rranchlf
In n the city cty of Lognsport Lognsportrcono Lglpr LglprUDe LogansportI6Cono
rcono UDe Mountain olnt1n Special Specialla P 11 11via
via la iJioVtKdnn lolawn RaIlroad Riroad leave leve New No Tflrk Ttrk for forlelaware torIlolawaro forIelawAro
lelaware Water Gap Slroudaburt Slroudbur and ad Ut Pocono Poconoburadays PoconoThursdays
Thursdays buradays aY JT1d Fridays yi and Saturdays at 1 P nJOo nJOorb U Re Reoadar Itecrater
rb crater Thursdsy h ap lrtdat r Sunday IJrbli LlibI and andMoadi
Moadi Odl oadar mornlncs mornlnCIAt moralnceAd Att c
OLD RRITISH BRTISH WARSHIP JARSIIP LOST LOSTScorpion LOS LOScorplon LOS1Scorpion
Scorpion Founders FoundtT on on the Way to th thScrap the theScrp theScrap
Scrap Scrp Heap HeapBOSTON lep lepBOSTON heapBoro
BOSTON June 17 17The Tho old British Britih coos coosdefence cnt cntereno coast coastdefence
defence ereno vessel VOBI Scorpion Srpion which had ha been beoiussd bn bnU beenuscl
ussd U d for target practice pratc at Hamilton Hamitn Ber BermuJa Br Brmuda Berrnuda
muJa by the English EngUh naval vessels veBls sta stationed statoned statioaed ¬
tioned toned at that base bas foundered while whie it ittow In Intw intow
tow tw for St John N B when about abut eight eightmllea elity elitynles eigity eigitymiles
miles nles off of the Georges Gorgcl yesterday yestray morning morningShe morn morningShe
She was a in tow tw of the big tug Powerful Poweru one onewas a and andwas
was wa destined desUne to t go to t the scrap srp heap when wheishe whenshe whenshe
she reached rached St JohnSho John Joh JohuShe
She had h a crew orw of fifteen ftn men on board boardunder bar boardunder
under command cmnd of Capt Cpt Harding Harn All Allhands Al Allbanda
hands saved the and landed landedhere landedhere
hand were wer Bye by tug an lnded lndedher
here her today todayThe tay tayTe todayThe
The Te Scorpion Srpin left lf Hamilton Hanlon a week k ago agotoday ao aotoay agotoday
today and ad the voyage voyae was wa without wibout incident incidentuntil Incidentuntllt inoidentuntil
until untllt last Friday Jrlday when whfn a stiff etlf gale came cme up upand upand upand
and the old hulk filled fle with water waterFinally watr watrFinaly waterFinally
Finally Finaly the Powerful Iowertu ho hoe hoveto veto t and launched launcheda launhe launchedalifebont
a lifeboat 1 leboat It I required requiredsomeskilful some sme skilful skiful work on onthe onthe ontime
the part of tho boats crew but after making makingthree mking mkingthree makingthree
three trips to the Scorpion Srpion all al hands were weresafely weresafely ere ereenely
safely enely transferred to the tug lUl The Power Powerful Powerful Powerful ¬
ful steamed Into Boston Dston when tho Scorpion Scorpiondisappeared Srpion Srpiond Soorpiondisappeared
disappeared d appeaed beneath beneth the waves wavesThe WI0 wavesTIme
The Scorpion olplon was W not in fit ft condition cnditon to tostand t tostand
stand a long lonl voyage even at the end of a atowing alowing atowing
towing hawser hawsr Two years yers ago she Ihe was wassunk wa walunk wassunk
sunk lunk by the British Britih cruiser crulior Crescent reent in tar target tr tret target ¬
get et practice and anr she had many shot holes holesIn holMIn holesin
In her hull hul which wore patched pkhed for or the trip tripto tripto tripto
to St John JohnTho JohnTho JohnThc
Tho Scorpion Sorpion wan ono of tho oldest oleet of ofEnglands orFnglan ofEnglands
Englands Fnglan s Iron coast defence turret ships shipshaving ship shIpshaving
having hlln been built hult by the Tairds 1alrdA at Blrken Blrkenliead Birkenhead lrkenhOdln
head hOdln in 1 1q65 < 85 Sho was Wa credited cledltfd with a speed speedof
wlhaap
of about 10 knots She had not been ben In ser service lr lrIce earvice ¬
vice Ice for many mnn years enrg Her He displacement displacementwas displaement displaementwal
was wal 2750 i5 tons and she he was Wil 224J4 2 224 feet fet long longof longof longof
4Y
of 42 feet 4J 4 4biliclles < lnches Ilehe beam belm beamwith with a adraughtof draught of
10 feet fEt 11 1 inches inchesWhen InchesWhn inchicsWhen
When she was wn in commission cormllon as a coast coastdefence cast castdlrfncf coastdefence
defence dlrfncf vessel erfl she Ihe carried caried four 0inch muz muzzlploadln muzzlploadlni muzzleloadint
zlploadln zlploadlni rifle rfo guns u 11 nix machine rahln guns gunsand gM gMand gunsand
and one CM ne light lght gun un The original rhtnal cost cst of ofhur other 0 0her
her construction oltructol was wa about 1400 1400nOJI 400000 400000WOMEN 1130000IIOiIEV
WOMEN nOJI V KISS LIBERTY U ER1Y RELL RELLAll flELLAll EM EMI
All I Hasten Turns Out to See the Indepen Independence fndepn fndepndlee Indepentience ¬
dence dlee Relic RelicBOSTON hellohlOSTO
nele neleBOSTOS
BOSTON June 17 1 17Guarded Guarded Ouared by a detail deti of ofAncients ofAnclent ofAncients
Ancients with Col Sid Hedges Hedge in com command comIlld cornmnand ¬
mand Illd and Iml flanked fanked by some Philadelphia Philadelphiacops Phiadelphia PhiadelphiacOp
cops > the tim Liberty Lhlly Bell Dl lent to tho city cty of ofISoaton ofB ofh3ntou
ISoaton B tll for the Juno 17 celebration clebrntlon was washauled washauled a
hauled haule through the streets Itrts today tday It I at attratcd attmtcd attrated
tratcd more mor attention 1lonlOI than any relic rlo ever everpublicly eerpublcy everpublicly
publicly publcy exhibited in this city The bell bellwas bl
was 35 seen l n In tho two Bunker Hill Hi day pa parades pamdci paradcs ¬
rades mdci In Chnrlestovrn Chlrlrston Women omen fought to togot toet toget
got et close clo enough when it was l on exhibition exhibitionat
at tho monument InOIUlont to press prf their lips Ipl to the themetal themptli themetal
metal metalTho mptli metalThe
mptliTA The TA wagon wl on bearing bearng the bell bel was wa hauled hauledby haule hauledby
by h thirteen big horses each wearing wearng a coy covering c ccrn coyering ¬
ering crn of f blue and buff blf cloth and named after afterthe aftr aftrthe afterthe
the thirteen thirten original orginal States Sttl The Ancients Ancientsmarched Acent Ancientsmarched
marched mnrhl almond ahod and behind bs Dd the wagon la lafull I infrill
full fnl uniform unior The bell bel was wa exhibited exhbltod by bymeans bymeatl bymoans
means meatl of calcium clCum lighu Ighton hightsonBostonComrnon hightsonBostonComrnontonighrt on Boston Bstn Common Commontonight Cmmon Cmmontonight
tonight and all al night long a detail deti of ofAncients ofAmlent ofAncients
Amlent Ancients stood stod guard guardPoliceman guardPolicemen unld unldiocmen
Policeman stood close coo by as It was Wa ru rumored re remordthat rumored ¬
mored mordthat that a 1 plot won WI on foot among liar Harvard Ha liaryard ¬
yard stuaenWnop lUlptTllrth stft1bVth Tirt lherb bn bEil > n cHrrisori cHrrisoriThe diimso diimsoThe
The bell hel will 1 bo b shown fhown on theCoramon the Cmon Common to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
cr morrow and lUd will wl1 then thtn bo b reloaded rloade upon upn its itsOIL It itscar
OIL Oi HI ROOM IW1 AT SOUR fn LAKE LAKEana ltKF ltKFfnd IdIKFsad
ana JIIIIIIM JUIII From rfm 8IOO 810 100 to HIOOOO IOO an anAorc anere antcre
Aorc ere In Ono lonth MonthSOUR lonthSOUR lonthSoun
SOUR LKK Tex TIX June 17 17A A repetition repetitionof rptlton rptltonof
of the excitement exctemnt that occurred ocurred at Beau Beaumont Bu Bumont Beaumont ¬
months fol following rollowng followIng
mont In the few Immediately Immeiately ¬
lowing the discovery of oil oi at that place placeihrte plae plaeI placethree
I three years ear8 ago I O Is to be b witnessed itne d here hereThis hr hereThis e eThlM
This new no oil oi field fold has been bn proved by the theboring thf theboring
of producing wells wellsonv3 whlssome
brnl boring nearly fifty ffy Yel8 Yel8Mm
some Mm of which are IT Rushers j1ht equal to the th best bestIn 1It 1ItIn heatin
In tho Beaumont Inltont field fieldThousands lpid lpid101111HiR rleldllmousaiids
Thousands 101111HiR of oil oi men promoters and andreal andrCal andreal
rCal real outntn otlll speculators fpculator have flocked tokod here heremd her hereand
md hundreds hundrfd of ineii ltn are living lvlnl In II tents tentsnnd tnl4 tentsLand
Land nnd values valufI have advanced ncancd many thousand thousandXT thol nnd nndJr
Jr per XT cent < nt in the t hf last three t hrI weeks Prop Propcity Propcrt Propcity
crt city which void old for Z0 10 0 to S100 10 100 an acre less lesshan leb lessthan
than a month ago Is now In demand at atSsoon atS atss000
Ssoon S O to 510000 0 an SI acre acreThe nCMThe acreiho
The excitement xclQment is II spreading to Saratoga Saratogaline Raratoganine Saratoganine
nine miles ri R from Sour Sur lAke where wher oil oi has hasreu hl haslxcit
Iel lxcit > reu found In quantities qlnlil equal to that thatif Iha thatof
of if the BoHiimont Bmlmolt and anr Sour Lake Ike fields fieldsSour feld fieldsSour
Sour Sur Lake is only onl twentyone miles milesmm mlf milesfrom
from mm Beaumont aumonl and It Is the opinion of oil oilxpertn oi oilexperts
experts OJlcrf > that the oil oi pool pol underlies and andxinnects andCOllfctl andcoliilects
xinnects COllfctl the I ho two fields fieldsITISFIED feldM feldMSTWIF fieldsSITISPIII
ITISFIED STWIF WITH JTI DR LORENZ LORENZI 1 E 7 7I
I 1 lrn trfl < rn Armour rmour Denounce 1flln the th CrItics CriiC of ofHie ortl oftire
tire tl Vienna rll Surgeon SurgeonCHICAGO SurgeonCIIICAOO lrlCon lrlConCICAOO
CHICAGO CICAOO Juno JUI0 17 1J 17J J Ogden Armour ArmourIIH ArmourhafltlH Armouriiia
hafltlH iiia IIH littlH patience with lh the thf American Amerlon physl physliinns phYFIoial phyiciaris
iinns oial who have ha1 been l n criticising crllclllnl the surgery surgeryif urgPr
of if Dr Adolf dolf Lorenz 1IIInz and belittling hlltlng the Ihf re reiultn reMl reii1ts
iultn Ml of his treatments trrtmPntM In this t country countryYrm cuntry cuntryou countryoh1
Yrm ou may 1n1 quotn qlotn me wild Ild Mr Armour Armournut ArmourIAKt Armourlast
last nut night as l saying Aylng that thlt Mrs Mn Armour Armourmd Arlur Arlurnnl Armourand
md nnl myself mYRI1 a re abundantly Ihunrlnty abundant hy satisfied ItlFfed wlththe wlththevaults wih wit h the therlMlt therestlits
vaults rlMlt of Dr Lorenzs lJrEmM operation oprllol on our ourlltlo ourHltl ourlittle
little Hltl girl Rlr Lollta IJltn Wo both think he Is i a annsterof amalter amasterof
nnsterof malter of his profession prore flon and a great relt man mn In Ini Inorrr inosnry
very orrr i way ay Kot Jot ot only do wo 0 not regret rgrt tho thononey thoDoney themoney
money Doney we paid pai to Dr Lorenx Lrenz to come cm over overirre overhere I
hero irre and treat trat Lolitn Lltn but wo 0 would ould gladly gladlylave gldly gldlyhnve gladlyhave
have lave paid many times the amount it cost costor Ct Ctror co cofor
for or the improvement Imprvement that already has been beenliowti ben benAho1 beenshown
shown Aho1 shownLoiita liowtiLollta
Lollta Ilt Is i getting getlnl along admirably She Sheim Sheln Sheeon
eon im ln walk and is growing stronger stronper and wo wolave 10 10have wohave
have lave no doubt her complete olplet cure Is assured assuredI Uured Uuredr
I think the criticisms crllclnli of Dr Lorenx Lren are areuost areDlt aremost
most Dlt unjust UljUII They Tht Kcom to me to be b in injiired I laspired
jiired by motives motiv which are not becoming becomingu bming bmingto
of the medical profession professioniroT professionIrOxT
to u reputable men medlrl prfetlon prfetlonIONT
iroT IONT RECOGNIZE R COnIZ MITCHELL MITCHELLiterators MITCHELLOflerstors I1OHEL I1OHELOprPlorl
iterators OprPlorl Conciliators Conemator Nay Ra Hr 1 Doesnt DoesntRepresent DNn DNnReprlfnt DoNntRepresent
Represent Reprlfnt All the Miners MinersSCJUNTON timerscnMrroN lnll lnllCJUNON
SCJUNTON CJUNON Pa June Junl 17 17W W H Oearhart Oearhartcoal Gelhrt Gelhrta Gearharta
a coal ell operator of this thi city said ald tonight tonighthat tonightthat tanightthat
that hat the conciliators conciators for the ope op rators ratorsrill ratorl ratorewill
wi will rill not rocognlre rlRnl7e John Mitchell M1t hel when ha haomes hacme hecomes
comes cme before 1Pfore them to represen repreen t the miners minersiearhart mlner inineraCearhart
iearhart Clarllart says 88 that tha t t any anyone one who vho appear appearBefore apper appearsbefore
Before that board bard must represent reprent all a the thelinors themlnrl theminers
miners mlnrl I n the anthracite nnthralte region rfgon and that thatlltohell tt ttJltehel thatMitchell
Mitchell Jltehel does do0 not the nonunion nonunin men being beinglurch beln belnmuch beingmuch
much opposed oppso to t him himThe himle himThe
The le Run fln Yalei Parorlt Fort NfWPp NewsppeNaw Newspaper NewspaperNEW
NEW HAVHN HAVN Conn Cnn June 17 nT 17The Tho rot Tt rote ofthe of ofhe ofthe
the he senior snor class I1 of Yalo University UnveTlt show showhat showthatTiIENawYolucSUNis W
that thatTiIENawYolucSUNis hat TUB Nuw YORK YOJK SUN Is i the most mol popular popularper popujapaper
paper per on the campus Other favorites favort Pp of ofthf ofthe
papr thf the he seniors elr according arinc to t the class c Tl vote are areIM ar areCoi
C Coi IM actor Iwr in history hltl Napoleon Na lenj dotres dotresIn a aoreasMai
M Mai In I do Adams Adatl actor actr Joe c Jefferson Jeternj favorite favoriter favort
c cc r I1 I I ego noxt to Yale Harvard HarvardCranbrrrr Haa HaaCranbnry HarvardCranberry
Cranbrrrr Lake and flack n k II I IIa ItVIa I Ila
VIa la LAcliavanna tkawac Railroad Rira next If Sunday Sundayl BUlday Spsctaj
traIn I Ic leYea Ne Ne Toni orl 11 515 AM A 11 anni fflves 1111 II lb
llk lse l 1111 111 A M Mtrrrroroundj olforuD4 intUtur mll mthiatuxrauwarl 111 I Iri
raU rauwarl ri all aJntiMroenta AUlaenlU AUlaenlUOet lflUsSmentsAde lflUsSmentsAdeopt Xdt I IGet
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CHEATING CHARGE ON LINER LINERROW LNER LNERI
ROW OX 0 THE KAISER WtLHFL WtLHFLAXD nEIl hJU4IIELMII
I II AND AlD A REVOLVER JJJMHV JJJMHVoathernrr DRU DRUoathemrr Dfl4WVSoutherner
Southerner Complained CGmplaine to the t CaptaIn CaptaliMet CaptaInMet CaptainMet
Met the Man He Accused AnoUe In the Bmok BmokInc RmokIns SmokIng
Inc Room Rom and a Drew a Gun GunOne One story storyis tor torli torII
li lie Punched Pnatt the Alleged Atese Sharp SharpWhen SharpWen SharpWhen
When Wen the North Norh German Gera Lloyd steamship steamshljKaiser steamsip steamsipKalr steamshipKaiser
Kaiser Kalr Wiihelm Wihel II 1 which arrived arved on Thee Tuosday Tes Tesday Theeday
from Bremen wasWithin a day dayot of
day rrm Brmen W8 it por pora pr port porta
a cabin o n passenger pngr appeared applrd at the door dor o oCapt 01 01Cpt ofCapt
Cpt Capt Diedrich Hogemanns H gmaTns room rm and ad sold soldI d dI
I have been ben playing plyapkeritha8traier plyapkeritha8traierad pokerwith a stranger strangerand strangerand
and ad I am a sure 8u he baa h cheated me I haw havilost hawlost havelost
lost 1250 1250Capt 250 250Capt
16
Capt Cpt Hogemann H leman gernnn asked a kld ksd the man if h hhad he hehad hohad <
had any ay evidence evldeno that he had been bn cheated cheatedand etltd etltdad cheatedand
and ad he said sid ho had hd not The man m who li liSoutherner II IIa is isa
a Southerner Sutherer added aded Tills 11 la I the first tt tlm tlmIve tin tinIv time timeIve <
Ive Iv ever eTr been ben beenacross across acrM the theAtlantloand Atlantic Atato and back backand bck bckad backand
and ad I naturally naturaly supposed suppsd that everybody everybodyIn eerbdy eerbdyI
In I the cabin cbin of a big ship was WI all al right rightCapt rght rghtCpt rightCapt
Capt Cpt HOgemann H geman said ald I am sorry srr bu1I hut hutI
I can cn do nothing in I the matter mater If I you youplay youply youplay
play ply cards rrds with people pople you dont know knowyou knowyou knowyou
you do it on your own ov responsibility responsibilitySeveral rapnllblty rapnllbltySeral responsibilitySeveral
Several hours hour later another aother passenger paesengeirapped paNrnger paNrngerrappd passengerrapped
rapped rappd at the thl captains cptins door dor He was wa th thman the thema theman <
man ma the Southerner Suthprer had accused acusd of sharrpractice sharp shar sharppractice
practice prctce He le made this thi statement statementI
I heard hfard that this man had been ben talk talking talkingabut talkingabout in f fabout
about abut me and ad I went to t him hl In the smoking smokingroom soking sokingrom smokingroom
room rom while whlp nearly all al thn thl other passenger passengerwere plsengrs plsengrswer passengerswere
were wer at dinner diner and adcthlng andcatchlng catching hold of hit hitcoat hi hiscoat
coat cat I urged him to come cme with me to t you youcaptain youcptin youcaptain
captain cptin and ad explain things thigs He le pulled pulleda puled puleda
a revolver rvoher on me Another passenger passnger got gothold gothold gothold
hold of him and ad prevented prvented him from shoot shooting soot sootIg shootlag ¬
lag Ig me meCapt meCapt meCapt
Capt Hdgemann H tn went ent to the Southerner Southerneiand Suthernpr Suthernprad Southernerand
and ad told tld him he would have to give up hit hitrevolver hi hisrevolver
revolver rolver which he did Bylg saying that tht he did didlot didnot didnot
not lot Intend Itend to shoot Ihoot the man ma he had accused accusedbut accd accdbut accusedbut
but merely merly wanted to frighten him himThe himThe himThe
The captain cptn later called caled the Southerner Southernerthe Southrner Southrnerthe
the suspect supec and the man who ho had Inter Interfered Interrered interfered ¬
fered and made them promise proml not to go gointo goInto gointo
into the smoking room again againWhen agan againWhen I
When the ship docked doke the captain cRpUln gave gavethe gae gaethe gavethe
the Southerner his revolver rolver after afer remov removing remoIng remosfag ¬
ing the cartridges crldg6 It I was a said eld aboard aboardtho aboardtho aboardthe
tho ship last lat night that tht the Southerner Southernerafter SouthernerIflcr Southernerafter
after Iflcr surrendering surrenderng his hi gun had punched punchedthe punchedthe
the th alleged aleged card sharp Capt Clpt Rogemar Rogemarsaid H Hogemansaid gemn gemnlald
lald said he couldnt recall rcl the names name of the men menMITCHELL menf1CIELI menMITCflELL
MITCHELL f1CIELI SUED FOR 9WOODO 9WOODODy IOOO IOOODya 200000Dy
Dy Dya a Country Cout Lawyer Lwtr Who Wo Says Sa He le Settled Settledthe Nette Settledthe
the Coal oal Strike StrikeSCR NlrtkeSCIANON StrikeScsatcro
SCR SCIANON Scsatcro ANTON Pd June 17 17A A Binghamton Dtnghamtonlawyer Binghamtonlawyer nghamtonlwyer
lawyer lwyer named name C H Wales has ha brought suit suitagainst lult lulta suitagainst
a against alnst John Mitchell Mitchel the United Unied Mine MineWorkers MineWorker MineWorkers
Workers Worker president preident for 00000 700 alleging allegingthat alEglg alEglgthat allegingthat
that he furnished flrnlhed for the Mine Workerthe WorkeT Worker Vorkorsthe
the plan pl that resulted rultd In the settlement settlementof 8ttement 8ttementof
of the great grat strike strke of last lt year yr He asserts assertsthat art assertsthat
that tht his ideas idea are ae precisely prlely those thoa acted actedupon actd actdupn actedupon
upon upn by President Roosevelt in I the naming namingof
of the strike commission commissionAttorney commilon commilonAttrney oommisaionAttorney
Attorney Attrney John J Irving Irig of Binghamton Rlnghnmtonbrought Blghmtn Blghmtnbruct Binghamtonbrought
brought bruct the paper ppT here her and ad served Irc them themupon themupn themripon
upon upn Mitchell Mlthel The Utter lttr went wet before beforellacbtnrt bfor beforedefence
llacbtnrt Mlderand fechlad made an aflldrrUral aflldrrUraldefence adyor adyordefenc
defenc defence James Jame L Lenahn Lan ofWllkes ofWllkesBarre or Wlke Wilkes Wilkeshiarre
Barre Bare has bal been bn retained rtlnE by Mitchell Mlkhel aa aahis ashis
his hi attorney attorneyLawyer atorny atornyLaWer attorneyLawer
LaWer Lawyer Lenahan Lnn said Id tonight that Wales Walescome WalosClne WalescLone
come Clne to Mitchell Mlchol last lt October Octber and sub submitted eubmlted submitted ¬
mitted mlted plans planl for the settlement setlement of the theftrlke thetrke thestrike
strike trke and later lter sent Int In a large number of ofother ofother ofother
other writings for which he was vu eventually eventuallyasked epntualy epntualylked eventuallyasked
lked asked to submit a bill bi He le did not do do so sobut 10 10but sohut
but kept on writing writng and eventually eent laly sent Nnt In IDa Ina ina
a bill bi that was wa considered eonslderc unreasonable unreasonablerROWLER unrenonable unrenonablePROJn unreasonablePROWLER
PROWLER PROJn CAVfillT CUIT I IX lA1T NATF AVY YAR YARear r4RD r4RDNear 14 RD RDNear
Near ear Exploilve With Wlh Matcht MatchesMay ateheMa ateheMallant May Have HaveMeant HareMeant
Meant llant Mischief MliehlrfA llel r rA
A young Pole who said he was WII Julius Juliusmbrowlu Julul JulIusAmhrowitz
mbrowlu Ambrowlz and nd that he had no home homeound homefounr homefound
found founr sneaking around the thl cob dock in inho Intho inthe
the ho Brooklyn navy nvy yard ard on Tuesday TUlrRY night nightras nlghlWa nightwas
was Wa nabbed nbbd by a guard and handed handld over overesterday oyeryestcay overyesterday
yesterday yestcay to the police polc The man mn re reused refUld refused ¬
used fUld to talk and the navy yard ard officers officersJid ofors oforsad officersand
ad and Jid the police polo said last night that they had hadlot hadnot hadnot
not been bn able to learn lear what errand errnd had hadakon hadtaken hadtaken
taken him to the yard yardTho yardTho yardThe
Tho cruiser crilr Brooklyn Brookly is taking on am amnunttlon ammuniton ammunition
nunttlon muniton from a tug near the ordnance ordnancelock ordnancedock
lock dok which is i Just beyond heyone the cob ornlC dcck deckmd dcckand dcckand
and the police polc thought the man might mightlave mighthave mighthave
have lave meant some mischief in that tht direo direoion IUrecton direotion
ion ton The Pole had two boxes boxt of parlor pnrlorlip plrlormatchM parlormatches
matches In his pket pockets Ho also o had a alp aslip
slip lip lp of paper paplr on which was WB written a Ti ten 74 74irand 74trand I
irand Brad street ellt ti eet New York There in II an anifllce anofc anoffice
office ofc building buiding at that address addressThe Idrrl addressThe
The man was 11 arraigned yesterday ytltrday In the theiyrtle theMyrllf theMyrtle
Myrtle Myrllf avenue police court curt and ad was as held heldor hldfor heldfor
for or examination oXllnntlon today tocly on a charge of ofagranoy oraRranc ofvagrancy
vagrancy at the request re uest of Commandant Commandantlodgers CommandantRodgerl CommandantRodgers
lodgers Rodgerl of the yard yardl yardRIG ard ardW
RIG l W LOAD 1t OVER OER TIlE RHIDGE RHIDGEPen lI E ETe
Te Ten Pen Hones fn1 Drag Ol IS Tout TOII Acrost roll by b Grace firareof Grre Grrefr
of fr a special Ipflml Permit PermitA Permi
A mammoth truck 40 feet long 0 feet feetInches
7 Inches Inchll wide tlde drawn hy ten horses bor and andarrylng andearylg andcarrying
carrying earylg a load of fifteen ffln tons tbn went over overIrooklyn overIrooklyn overBrooklyn
Brooklyn Irooklyn Bridge Drdgo at 10 oclock last evening eveningft eveningafter lning lningafter
after ft r the trolley troloy cars cr had quit running on oniccount onIccotmt onaccotmnt
iccount Iccotmt of track trak repairs repir The Te truck car carled carrie carned
rie ned led a moving stairway that had been ben on onxhlbitlon onfhlblton onexhibition
exhibition fhlblton for some sme time nt lt 871 Broad Broadway Droaday Broadway ¬
way ay It was wa taken to Coney ContY Island llnd for forhe forthe fortire
the he Rapp Rpp Iron Company CompanyThe Compan Companle CompanyTime
The le height of load and wagon WM wa 12 feet feetAccording fe footAccording
Acordlng According to Bridge regulations regulation no vc vcilclc yehide e ehlce
hide hlce more than 13 feet high or 8 feet f t wide widenay wid widerosy A Amay
nay cross crss but a special splfl permit prlt was W granted grantexlor grante
for or this th load loadThp loadTt loadThe
The Tt team was driven up Park row from fromChambers frm frmChmbr fromChambers
Chmbr Chambers street stret until unti the front wheels wheelsrere wheelswere heel
were opposite tho Bridge entrance entrnc then thenhe thenI thenthe
I the he hf sight Iliht oppAlte foremost foremot horses hor were Ire unhitched unhitchednd unhiche unhitchedand
and nd the pair of wheel whol horses lotf swung the thoongue thetongul thetongue
tongul tongue ongue around aund until untUI It pointed pointe straight ftralaht up upthe uptime
the he roadway The eight horses horN worn wer then theniltched thenhitche thenhitched
hitched hitche on again alaln and the load passed pMle easily easilyip eiy eiyup easilytip
up ip the Incline lnln lnlnWO
500 WO FOR MVKICIPAL V1ICIlL ART NEWS NEWSrt NEFS NEFSAr NEWSArt
Ar Art rt Commission CommllloD Increases fnerrae the Allowance Allowanceto Alowanoe Alowanoeto
to Us Il It Travelling Telnr Secretary SecretaryTho lecrear lecrearTe SecretaryThe
The Te Municipal Munlcpal Art Ar Commission mmlon which whichllowed whichalowe whichallowed
allowed alowe its It it secretary aeretr Milo Mio R Maltbie Maltbll Maitbielu
Ino 160 toward the expenses exne of a two months monthsrip month monthstrip
trp trip rip through trugh Europe to study Itudy municipal municipalut munclpal munclpala
ut a development has ha increased Incre the allow allownee alow alowanc allowance
anc ance nee to 1800 1800Fun 000 000Fun
Fun Fn s was wn mado of us u said sid one of tho thooramlMlonon thocomlloncr thecommiaeionots
oramlMlonon comlloncr yesterday fOtrav because beu we weranted W Wgrt wegrantisd
grt grantisd ranted Mr M MXUble Mltbie only ony llS 150 to report reportpon ror reportupon
upon pon modern moem municipal municipa art ar in Europe Europend Europeand Europeand
and nd now no tomorrow tmoow I I suppose we weshall shall ba be becouMd bea beaccused
accused a of o sending endn our or IUPp secretary r off or on a aJtfketing aJUnein ajudeting
Jtfketing JUnein trip tripTr trp trpIMN triprge4tIr
Tr rge4tIr f IMN ertlt on nit Hi Wedding emns D Br BrBU Day DayBvrra r rBUTTB
BUTTB BU Mon June Jue 17 11Jame 17James James Boyd a alining amiig amining
lining miig man 1 while whie preparing prpra for his hi wed weding we wedding
dng ding ing this thi morning morll received ried a cable oble despatch despatchim depath depathfrm demipatchfrom
frm from im the Isle Il of Man a informing Inforlna him of the theiddon theludde thesudden
sudden ludde death detb of his hi mother Within an anour n anhour
hour our ho h received rPve another athe despatch deth an anoundnjt a anflouncing
flouncing nunc that tht his hi sister lit had b been bn shot shotnd Ihotad shotand
ad and nd instantly itU killed lle by bit I hi stepfather ltate
ULACK CONDUCTOR MOORED MOOREDMen MO ODBEDMen fillED fillEDMen
Men at f lUwrlli 1fll HwtllsInd Intl Id Drive AU NegroOut Negro Nelol NegroeSOut
Out or Town TowniNDUKiPOLis TownINDANJOLI ToveIDIANAPOUI
iNDUKiPOLis INDANJOLI Juno 17 nYhen When the Inter Interurban Intr Intrurbn Interurban
urban urbn car cr from frm Evansvlllo Evanvlo to t Howell Howellreached Howels Howelsrachod Howelisreached
reached rachod the latter lattr place plc last I t night and w wfound wn wnround was wasfound
found to be b in I charge of A negro negr oonduc oonductor cndue cnduetr conduotar
tar tr named nm George Ora Jerome Jerme a dozen dozn angr angrmen angry angrymen angrymen
men boarded bare the car cr and gave him a aunmerciful an anunmerciful anunmerciful
unmerciful beating btng They Te ordered orderd him hm noi noito not nott notto
to t attempt attmpt to t run rn a car o into Int tho town tow again againJerome againJerm againJerome
Jerome Jerm was w not accused aued of any offence offencebut ofenc offencebut
but was wa glad to t give ive up his hi job The Te com company cm cmpay company
pany pay says sys it will wi not employ negro lej conduo conduotors cnduc cnductor conductore
tore tor again againThe Riln RilnTe againThe
The Te beating batng of the te negro created grca grcaexcitement grat gratxoltement great greattxoitement
excitement and men patrolled patrole the street streetdeclaring strt streetsdeclaring
declaring dslaln war wa on the colored clere race rac Near Neamidnight Nel Nelmldlaht NearmidnIght
midnight mldlaht three thre other negroes negro were wer found founihidden foud foudhidden foundhidden
hidden In the railroad riroad yards and Ind they were wersot wereset I Iset
set upon and all al of them more mor or less In lnjured injured > I IJured
jured upn with stones stoncl andsticks andstcks In the hand handof bandsof handsof
of the whites whitesTho whitesTe whitesThe
The Te people seemed SOld beside belide themselves thomselvewith themehes themeheswith themselveswith
with rage but no one could assign an anreason any anyrelon anyreason
reason relon except excpt that thlt no negroes were wantet wantetin wante wanted wantedin
in the town Two families faies of colored coloroipeople clored cloredpoople coloredpeople
people living lving In the outskirts outkirts of the town towifled townfed townfled
fled fledLOST fed
LOST 1051 OV HIS II U WEDDIXQ IfWIO DAY DAYA DUA
A Careless Bridegroom of Noble Uloi UloiFound Boo Blood BloodFound
Found In Baltimore BaltimoreRALTUIOBB Oaltmore OaltmoreALTuroRE BaltimoreBALtistoan
RALTUIOBB ALTuroRE Juno Jue 17 nBrn 17Baron Baron von Jelfsk Jelfskof JPrlky JPrlkyof Jeffeky Jeffekyof
of Washington Wahlln was married maried last Saturda Saturdaand Sturday Sturdayand Saturday Saturdayand
and oame cme to t Bliore Baltimore the name m day with wih hi hibride his hisbride I
bride his at the Saenger Saengerfest Saengerfeat
to t spend spnd hi honeymoon honeyonnt Sfnger Sfngerfest
fest A few bourn after atr his arrival arival he wa wamliined was wasmLd wasmissed
missed from frm Stag Stg Hal Hl where whrro he was WI stay staying lty ltylng staying
ing and was wl not found until unti this thi morning morningAlmost moring moringAlmost morningAlmost
Almost Immediately imediately upon upn his return rltuT he hewent hewent hewent
went back bck to the capital cpitl with wih ht his wife wifeAugust wlff wifeAugust
August Augwt Schmidt Shmidt president presldrnt of the Anon ArloiSinging ArlonSinging AnonSinging
Singing Society Scety of Washington W lhinjon to towhich which the thiBaron theBrn theBaron
Baron Brn belongs blngs was walking through thrugj oniof one oneor oneof
of the streets Irts of West Baltimore thin mom moming mor mornbig
big 111 when he found the man mal of noble blood hloocand hloodand bloodand
and escorted e8rrd him back bacl to the th hotel hote The TheBaron TheBron TheBaron
Baron Bron had gone out to t pee le the sights ight ant antgot and andgot andgot
got lost los He is employed cmployedl as a druughtsmai druughtsmaiin drughtlnn
in 1 the Department Dprment of Agriculture AgricultureFAITHFVL Alrlculure AlrlculureF41IIFrI AgricultureFAITIIFIYL
FAITHFVL F41IIFrI FOR 45 4 YEARS YEARSAll JF4r JF4rAl YE4 IfS IfSAll
Al All thf the Arold Arnold FamUy Folol Follows an Old Oldlerantl OldServants OilServants
lerantl Servants Doy Body to the Oran OranThe GraveThe ClravrThe
The funfral funeral of Margret Margaret McClolkoy McCloskoy was Wil washeld waiheld
held yesterday at 15 East Est Eightysecond Eightysecondstreet Elghtysend Elghtysendstr
str street the home of lT Mrs Wilam William Arold Aroldwidow Arnoldwidow Arnold Arnoldwidow
widow of the son of thefounder the founrer founder of Arold ArnoldConstable Arnold ArnoldConstable I
Con8tble Constable J A 1 Co dry goods merchant merchantsShe merchants merchantsShe 1 1She
She wal was 03 yar years old anr and dlPd died la last t TuesdlY TuesdlYmoring Tuesdaymorning Tuesday Tuesdaymorning
moring morning at the Arold Arnold residence She hid hdhen hadbeen hidbeen
hen been a lerant servant of the Arold Arnolds for fortyfe fortyfive forty fortyfive
fe five year years She Wi was prsent present It at the deathof deathof death deathof
of Wiiam William Arnold and hil his In son Rchar Richardand Richard Richardand
ar and afetRrd afterward wan 8 companion to the lattors lalrs lalrswidow latterswidow lattorswidow
widow The entr entire famiy family rolowed followed thebody thebody the thebody
its In the Arnoldvault Arnold Arnoldvault
body to IR retng resting place Arold Aroldaul
vault aul In Greenwood Cenller CenllerS4CRIFICE CenieteryS4CRIFICES Cemetery CemeterySACRIFICES
SACRIFICES TO SEE EI DEVERY DEVERYMr DE1ERrIlr
Mr Ilr IortlUrtl Llrlan of ewark w ak rk Guided Guldl by a Ten Trnderloln Tenderloln Tenderlotn
derloln habitant HahltantA lahlan1 lahlan1A
A man m who says he Is 1 John Lorlllsrd Irlard o oU3B of ofWaItrt offlILBroadstreet
U3B WaItrt flILBroadstreet ro 4street JfeTrark Ncak drifted dUt ULed up U Utho t to tothe
the Tenderloin Te T nderl ei l in lost l night to catch cth catchAglitnps catchAglitnpsof Vgllmp Vgllmpof tUipe tUipeof
of Devery Der A habitant undertook underook to walk wallhim walkhim walkhim
him over to the Four Comoro ComoroDevery Corner CornersDevery
Devery hasnt hant a chance ohDce said sad tho habi habitant habitant habitant ¬
tant tapping Mr Lorillards Lriards watch pocket pockeemphatically pcket pcketemphaticaly pocketemphatically
emphatically emphaticaly Not a single chance chanc will willanother wih wihanother withanother
another tap tapMr tapll tapMr
Mr ll Lorlllard 10rIard told the Tenderloin police policelater polco polcolater policelater
later that the watch atch was WI worth worth 170 Ii 75 and anr that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the second leond tap got til05 111 11115 In bills bis and change changeSTRAlS change1R4S changeSTR411S
STRAlS 1R4S MILK K FOR CHICAGO CHICAGONew CIICIO CIICIONew CIIZClGOew
New ew Yorkers Vorerl Offer Ofer OffertofluIld to lltillrt Onld a I Pasteurizing PasteurizingPlant Pntfnrl7lnl PasteurizIngPlant
Plant Accepted AcceptedCHICAGO Alteptlt AcceptedCHIcAGo
CHICAGO June 17 17Nathan Nathan Straus of ofNew ofNe ofNew
New Ne York has hl offered oferll to equip uip a plant plantIn
In this thll city ct for the pasteurizing of milk milkThe mik mikTe milkThe
The Te offer orer of Mr Ir Straus Straul was W made to the theChildrens theChidrens timeChildrens
Childrens Chidrens Hospital 10spltnl Society Scel and was wa ac accepted IC ICcepte nocepted ¬
cepted cepte The plant will wH be situated some somewhere somewhere somewhere ¬
where in the West Side and pasteurized pasteurizedmilk plteurl7fd plteurl7fdmik
milk mik will wi be sold at cost cli about abut two cents a apint apint apint
pint pintThe
The hospital society soclet Is II without wi hout funds fundsand fundand fundsand
and an effort ror will wil be made to raise ra o 150 5000 5000to 1000to I Ito
to buy pure milk mik for poorVhlldren poorVhlldrenLAY porhldren porhldrenIY poorblmildrenL41
LAY HELPLESS FOR A WEEK WEEKTex WEEKTna IEIKTexas
Texas Tex Ranehmmn Ranthman Struck Itrlk by Lightning LightningFound 1I itghtningFound hlnlnr hlnlnrFould
Found Fould Starving on the Plains PlnlniMAKFA PlainsMA1IFA Inln InlnMARrA
MAKFA Tex June 17 17EmmPtt 17Emmett Emmett Williams Williamsa WIHaml I Ia
a young younl rAnehman was 1 struck by lightning lightningeight Ilhtnlng lightningeight I
eight tlght days daYI ago alo When vhen several lyeral miles mll from fromhomo frm frmhom fromhours
homo Ho was wn rendered rcnder helpless helplel by the thoshock the8hoek theshock
shock and lay on the ground grund where wher he fell felluntil rel felluntil
until unti yesterday Yfltoray when whfn he was Wa discovered discoveredby dlcvel
by b cowboys cwOs and nnr taken home He was 18 al almost nlmOlt almoat ¬
most mOlt starred but his hil physician says I that thathe thathe thutthe
he will wi survive surviveniFFAIM 8urvlAlFl4O surviveflUFF4L0
niFFAIM lFl4O RILL 1 ROnilEI ROnilEIilevos nOBiE nOBiETII1 flOflilElThleea
TII1 Thleea ilevos Get nf1 a Valuable llnable Pin That Tlnt King KingEdward In InFI1ar ICingEdward
Edward FI1ar Gave Ole to 0 Him HimfpteHI nlmpral Iliumapecltm
fpteHI pral CaMe Ilriptteh Drp41h to Tn Run RunLONDON SosLoNDON UM UMLNDN
LONDON LNDN Jurre Jut Jur 17 17Butllo lTBuffalo Buffalo Bill Bi while whileppearlng whie whieapprlng whileappearing
appearing apprlng with his hif Wild ld West show at atudley ntDudley atDudley
Dudley Dudley Worcestershire Wo tThl was wa robbed robbd of ofiropcrty ofprprty ofproperty
property prprty valued vahlfd at 400 < 0 including a pin pinaring pinbearing
barig bearing aring the initials of King Edward Ewar who whoave wholav whogave
lav gave ave It to o the te showman Ihowmaj a pair of diamond diamondiuff dimond diamondcuff
cuff cu links lnks a gift from rrm Grand Grd Duke Alexis Alexisnd Alel8 Alel8ar Alexisand
ar and nd other othpr jewelry jewelryVO jewelryNO
VO 0 CAMP UIP DUTY nUT FOR P O CLERK CLERKays CLFRKSays
8a Says ays Pontmaiter HobertsCol Roberts Gbtrsol Col A Anten AntenIa Ancten AnctenMay ml en enMay
May Ia Appeal Appel to President PresidentCol Ircsdent IrcsdentI PresidentCol
Col I Austen of the Thirteenth llrtenth Heavy Heavyrtlllery HM HMArtUer HeavyArtillery
rtlllery ArtUer In Brooklyn Brookly is considerably worked workedip workd workdup workedtip
up ip over tho refusal refusl of Postmaster Roberts Robertso Rbarl
to o grant rant to a post office ofce clerk a leave of ofibsence ofablence ofabsence
absence ablence so 8 that he may accompany aClorpalY his hiseglmont hil hisregiment
regiment regimet to camp in July When hen Thomas ThomasWard Tomal ThonmasF
F Ward a member n1fmber of the Thirteenth Thireenth ap appled applied
pled plied Ued to the Postmaster Postmlter for permission permissiono porlNdon porlNdonto
to o be away for ten days ds tho latter lattr notified notifiedJol notted nottedC notifiedCol
C Col Jol Austen Auton that ho could not grant the theequest theTUMt timerequest
request equestWard TUMt
Ward thon handed hande In his resignation rMlgAtlon to tool toAUlten toCol
Col ol Austen AUlten who refused refud to t accept arpt It and andays ad adMy amidsays
says that he will wi lay ly the matter matfr before Preal Preallent I President > rsl rsldet
lent My Roosevelt if
det Roselt i necessary necessaryIIEVERIDOET necT necTEERI1 necessaryDEVERIDOE7sO
IIEVERIDOET DEVERIDOE7sO EERI1 E 10 O SIR SIRohn SIRJohn URJoh
Joh John ohn C New 8 Nas a1 the Indiana Senator SenatorWouldnt Senatorount SenatorWouldnt
Wouldnt ount Jinn Ru for VloePretldent VloePretldentCHICAGO leePrestdentCiucaoo eePeldent eePeldentCHICAO
CHICAGO CHICAO June 17 nBenatr 11Senator Senator Beverldge Beverldgeould Berdle Berdlewud Iieveridgewould
wud would ould not IOt take tke the nomination nomInaton for the theIcePresidency theVicPrdency theVicePresidency
IcePresidency VicPrdency if i It were offered ofere to t bun bunle hi himHe
He le does doe not want It Itt said John C Now of ofOf ofInrlMapU ofIndianapolis
InrlMapU Indianapolis at the AUdltum Auditorium tay today
Of Senator 8atr Fairbanks Fairbaks he said lld Senator Senatoralrbanka SnDtor SnDtorFarb senatorFairbanke
alrbanka Farb Is I not a Presidential PreldenUa possibility
State He le would woud receive riv no support IUppr in plblty his hi own ownItate ownStte ownState
Stte StteF
Fell F I Dead Dfd While fl1le Chasing Challn Boys noyiOJUNOB Do DoORANG BoysOP1ANGE
OJUNOB N J June 17 nWalter Walter Kenny Kennyof
of f IS Chapman Chapmn street stt Orange was wa seized seized1th seizedwith
with 1th an a attack attok of heart ber failure flllur last lt night nightbite nght nghtwhie nightwhile
whie while bite chasing chw some mischievous mlhvou boys b who whoid whoh whohad
h had stoop lt id rung n dead ded hU hl doorbell dorbU He fell off of his hiatoop h hisstoop
I
TULLOCH CHARGES ARE ARETRUE ARETRUE1L11R1O TRUE TRUEGLARING TRUEIOLmW
GLARING IRREGULARITIES I RRIO rLA RUIF IN INPOST IVPOST AT ATPOST
POST OFFICE OIFlE ADMITTED ADMITTEDCharged AD1TED AD1TEDClarted ADMITTEDClmarged
Charged Clarted to Perry S Heath leatl and Kujrt KujrtHeavers lup up uph1eaeraMotcalf
Heavers neler h1eaeraMotcalf Mctcilf ralclr Head Hed of Money MoneyOrder IUone IUoneOrder MoneyOrderSystemn
Order OrderSystemn Sjitem Removed Charted Cre ChargedWitit ChargedWititTrlng With WithTrying WU WUTrtns
Trying to Divert Divrt a Contract for Order OrderDUnkiFlvo Ore OreDlanklFho OrderHiuksFle
DUnkiFlvo DlanklFho Indictments Indlctmmt Expected ExpectedIn ESee
In Brooklyn Over Stamp tatp Machine Maone Sale SaleWASHINGTON la laWASRINOTON SalesWASIIINOT0T
WASHINGTON June 17 PoitmasterOon 1Poltralern 1PoltralernIr i7PostmasterOefleral PoitmasterOoneral
eral Ir Payne today made mae public all al paper paperand ppr paperland J Jand
and document connected with wth the investi investigation InVU InVUgaton investigatlon ¬
gation gaton of the Washington Wlhlngton post pst office otce in I
1890 18 and ad 1900 10 as R a result relul of charges ohage pre pref pr peeferrod
f erred fered at that time tme by Seytaour Siour W Tel Tulloch Tl Tlloh Telloch
loch loh former cashier cnhler of the ti Washington Washingtonpost Wablnaon Wablnaonpt
post pt office ofe which were recently ronty repeated repeatedby repate
by Tulloch Tloch In a 1 formal foral communica communication cmuno ¬ I Itlon
than to the PostmasterGeneral POltmalterGeMral Post PostmasterOenorol POi PostmasterGeneral
masterOenorol maeterOoMra Payne at fin first lt t decided deledtha that thatlie thathe
he would not make the documents public publloas pblo pblon
as n they related rlated to t matters mntor connected cnnete with witha
a prior administration aministration and concerned cnrrne irregu irregularities Irreg lrregulanities ¬
larities larte which had ha since been bn corrected correctedBut orrt
But to avoid possible pA81ble misunderstanding misunderstandingand mlundertandnl
and misrepresentation ml8ropresmtaton as to his reasons reanl for forthis forthis I Ithl8
this course COUTe and ad to familiarize folarize the public publlowith publo publoIth publicwith
with Ith the conditions cndllonl which prevailed praled in I the thoWashington theWlhlnqton theWasltington
time and since sinceho sinceho
Washington Wlhlnqton office ofc at that Ilne
ho finally fnaly decided relded to make the papers prT pub publlo pub publie ¬
lie 10 practically prnollcaly In their thllr entirety entiretyTho enllrelyThe entiretyThe
The most mOt Interesting7 interesting feature contained containedIn cntaine
In the documents intee8tng which cover fifty tfy type typewritten typ typewritton ¬
written wrtton pages pa e3 aggregating I rregatlng 31000 30 word wordIs word wordais
Is i the admission amil lon of Fourth ourt Assistant Pot PotmasterOonnral POi 4 4masterGermral
masterOonnral materGelAral Bristow DrjslO that ho recom recommended reom reommende recoinmended ¬
mended mende to PostmasterGeneral PlltnllerGeneral Smith that thattho thattho thattho
tho office otc of First Assistant A sistant Postmaster PostmosterOoneral Postmltlr PostmltlrGoneml PostmasterGoneral
Ooneral Heath IMlh l be > e Investigated Inveltlnte This was waacharged WI WIcharged wascharged
charged by Tullnch Tuloch who also allo charged charg that thatthe thAtthe thattime
the investigation InvMtgaton requested reque8te had ha boon booncalled bn bncled beencalled
called cled off or The papers paprs show Ihow however howeverthat howeer howeerthat howeverthat
that later the Investigation Invtgaton was vQ made mae and anda an
a number numbfr of Irregularities Irrlulartel corrected correctedThe correted correctedThe
The documents documpnls made mlde publlo puhlo Include the thefollowing thefolowing thefollowing
following followingFlint folowing folowingFlltA followingFirstA
Flint FlltA FirstA A letter leter of PostmasterOeneral PostmasterOeneralPayne POltmBternerl
Payne dated May 1 1903 10 addressed addrd to toFourth toFourth toFourth
Fourth Assistant Alstant PostmasterGeneral P08tmlterOneral Bria Briatow Br Belatow
tow to requesting requeltlng a complete omplete statement IUtement re regarding r rRrrlnJ regarding ¬
garding RrrlnJ the truth or falsity of the te Tullooh Tulloohcharges Tuoh TuohclllrRc Tullochcharges
charges chargesSecond clllrRc clllrRccondIr chargesSecondMr
Second condIr Mr Brlstows Driltows reply rply in which whichho whch whchhe whichhe
he nays naysIn saysIn 5 5In
In response to your Inquiry of May Ma I 1913 1913us 10 10a 1513as
us a to the truth trlth or falsIty flllt of th thl the Assertions ertonl of ofS
8 W V Tulloch Tuloch I bog bel to hand you herewith herewithan herewit
an abstract bstrlct of three tneo reports roport made by the theInspectors theIlspcctors theirmspectortr
Inspectors Ilspcctors on Oi the condition conditon of th the Washing Washington Wahing Wahington ¬
ton post office omc The first nrlt marked make Exhibit A Arefeis Are Arefers
refers t to the transfer of the post office olee to tothe tothe totIme
re the present prlcnt po postmaster trnter rn ntor John A Merrttt Mlrrltt br brIlls brbil brhis
Ills bil predecessor prNleNsfor James JUnPI P 1 Wlllett lett made madoJune madeJunr madeJune
June l f 1890 IHn At the time this thl Inspection Inspectionwoo lnpctlon lnpctlonwn
woo wn In progress ns lS nearly as al I can cn remem remember rememblrJ rememher ¬
her blrJ Chief prOlre Inspector oclirane CochrnI nnd Inspector InspeotorInCharRs Jnspotr JnspotrIUlhafe InspectorinCharge
IIprClor
InCharRs Smith anvloed RdI ed mo RC that their sub subordinates lub lub1dlnulIR subnmrdinates ¬
ordinates IUlhafe 1dlnulIR had discovered dls rrfd many roan Irlous serious ir irregularities Irr Iireetilarittes ¬
regularities r lularltes which scorned Ictmed to t be authorized authorizedby autorizd autorizdu
by u the Department DepartmentDuring Departrcn I IDuring
During the Inspection Inlp clon I was Wa advised adYld that thatHupt thlt thltHuPt thatHtmpt
Hupt Denver ntnvrrl of the Salary Biiay and Ind Allowance AllowanceDivision Allowance1RImslon UMano
Division had suggested ullcltd to an Inspector Ispecr that thatwhen thtwhn Limitwhen
when 11lllon lie III came CnA to to certain Crtuln appointment appintment that thntiippcWHd tnt tntIPpad thatmippeared
iippcWHd Irregular be bad better bftt make mko no noreference noroference norolereuce
IPpad reference to them as they hud been ordered orderedpersonally oder ordere4nersonnily
1 bd
personally t hy b tbenl PostmnterUenernl Smith SmithI SmltboldtelinpttHdk
I ioldthovbief told rsonolY oldtelinpttHdk thotw Inspector Inspectorthnth thntl dM dktnet i t be believe b be11ev ¬
lieve the PostrnasterUcnrral POltmsterenpa bad knOWingly IcnowinirJrauthorized knO knOWinglyauthorized lr lrnuthorld
authorized any In IrregularItIes Ireulnrttf nnd Instructed Instructedthe Inb InatZUQteOtime =
the tle Inspectors Iuspecton to t report rlport the facts rlot a ae they theywould theywould ey eywould
would In II any In afl other Investigation InvestigationTho IUfAtalon IUfAtalonTho
Tho Tim Inspectorlncharce InspecorInchae submitted sublnltfd a tpealal tpealalreport IJlo1 IJlo1rllor specinireport
report on July Jul 6 an abstract ahstrot of which Is I here herewith her hereitii ¬
with rllor itii submitted marked exhibit I lwhlch lwhlchdlacloed B which whichdisclosed whIchdisclosed
disclosed dlacloed wih suhmltrd apparent glaring Ilarinl Irregularities Irrollrlle and andKUbmllted andubmlted andI
I submitted it personally to time 1ostmaster 1ostmasterlencral l0tmatr l0tmatrelrTI Ioatrnasteremierni
Itronal t
ubmlted
lencral elrTI succcfitlni lugcltng to him that It contained containedmutters cntined cntinedIIKter containedItirittera
mutters to which I thought he would want wantto wantto
to IIKter give his hl personal perlonll attention attentionJeferrhiK atntlnn atntlnnlffprrhl tteotitmnReferring
Referring 11 to the statement stntment that I had de demanded delunded demended ¬
mended lunded lffprrhl a I thorough thoroulh Investigation IDVstliltton of the offloe offloenf omo otfloeof
nf First tlrtt Assistant IortmasterUenerai 10 tma9tfrUllera Benin Hetl lesthI
1 beg to nay that thlt the inspectorlncbarae inspectorlncbaraein Inspectrtarle InspectrtarleIn
brl
in his lit special Ipeehl r report stated sttld that he had ha die discovered dl diecovered ¬
covered a condition cndltnn of affairs lllr which required requiredtin requtf
tin Ilm Immediate thorough thoroulh and exhaustive exhlultve exhlultve8tlutlon In Investigation Iiivesthgutlon ¬
11 vestigation 1 I submitted suhmlttd this report to t the tharostniAsterOeneral theo thePostimmssteretieral
rostniAsterOeneral o 8tlutlon tnnstrGrnrrAI with Itl my m approval epproa but bu br brI
I did not consider such approval 8Pproulls KB a demand demandon
on llKlltOI tlgimtelltit in dll my 1 part that Mr ll Heaths HelU11 office otc b b be Inves InvesllKlltOI In IntlmtoJ inetlgimtel
llKlltOIThe tlmtoJ
The hl third report dated July 31 1M9 11 an annbstnict anbetrnrt anabstract
abstract of report which Is dat herewith hlrrwlt submitted lubmltMdlireKiilarltles lubmlttdt submittedmmmmmrked
Inrkld mmmmmrked exhibit U l tl tg forth a numb number 0 0hrNllarllel oP oPimrcgtitmirlttes
lireKiilarltles which prevailed prllled at a that time timewas tme tmeIn timein
In hrNllarllel the WOlhln Wmmslitngton n post t omC office Thil This Inspoton InspotonWIA lnspoon lnspoonwar
was WIA begun belln when I fo was Wil absent from frompartmrnt t the D U Uurtnmrnt
partmrnt partmrntThird llrtnlnt llrtnlntThirdExhibit urtnmrntTlmirdExhibit
Third ThirdExhibit Exhibit A the report rprt of the in inspectors inlpctoN inspeotoIs ¬
spectors who supervised 8uprvd the transfer tre of ofthe oftht oftim
the tht lpctoN Washington post office ofc and stations Itol from fromtho frm frmtho fromtim
tho tim control of Postmaster ostmltr Willett Wlat to t the thepresent t thepresent
present prcFnt postmaster John A Morritt Mott This Thisreport Te Tercpr Thisreport
report is I pstma8ter dated dato Juno 30 3 1899 189 and Ind deals dealslargely de dealslargely
largely Iarlel rcpr with wth expenditures expndtures which whoh were werecharged wer werecharged
charged to the wrong accounts autl disallowed disallowedby dowe
by b the auditor audior and afterward aferard passed when whenproporly whn whnproprly whenproperly
properly proprly accounted aunted for There Ther P is I also e a arecord arecrd arecord
record recrd of a number numbr of employees omploye who wh were werepaid werepd werepaid
paid from the wrong appropriation appr rUon and andmention a andmention
mention pd manton of seven sen cleaners c aDers appointed appointedbv apII t
bv w First Assistant Ablstnt PoitmasterUeMnU PoitmasterUeMnUIf POltmltJon
If Heth heath oath somo of whom performed prforme vary varylittle vry vryltlo verylittle
little ltlo service Rrlc and others other none at all allFourth al allFourthConfIdential
Fourth FourhCnfdentia FourthConfIdential Confidential report of Insrcrtcr InsrcrtcrinChargo Inlpr InlprInChargo Ins r rinCharge
inChargo Smith in connection with wft w tim the thoinspection th theinsiCOtiOn
inspection of the Washington Wnbigton post office oflloeconcluded olo officecommclmmdd
concluded InIcUon June 30 3 1899 189 setting tUng forth for Ir Irregularities i Irregularities ¬
regularities which indicated IDdlote a condition of ofnd ofafairs ofaffairs
relularltle8 afairs affairs demldlng demanding an Immediat immediate thorouh thorouhand thorough thoroughand
and nd exhaustive xhu he investigation InvOtgatlo Th T re reort r report
port > ort shows the following rolowlng instance lto of ofregularities o ofIrregularities
rort regularities regularitiesFour rrgulalles
Four clerks Cprk8 appointed Ipolntd to military mitr roll rU by
Firt First irst Assistant Al18tant PostmasterGeneral oltmaltrenerll Heath Heathnone Heth Hethnole HeathnonE
none of whom hOI performed performfc any service In Inconnection Inclnrcton inconnection
clnrcton connection nole wIth flb military mltlY postal poA slro matters mattersnd maUr mattersend
end > nd no good jood reason appears UppeR either for thsir thsirrlglnal thuroriginal
orlllnal original rlglnal appointment or continuance cntnulnO on Oi th thJan e e eroIA 1 1rolls
rolls rollsJan
roIA roIAJln Jan Jln S Sand and 10 ISIS First FlrtAMlehrnt Aslst Assistant nt Post PostnasterOcnernl Poet PostrnasterOenerni
nasterOcnernl Heath Delih transferred trlnlrerrfd twenty twentylerks twet twetlprks twentyclerks
clerks to military mUt rr roll rol Most MOI of them were werein wereon wereon
on in duty In the ashlngton BlhhlKton office officeW om omw officev
iiA
W v b I lolrerba bzrrner irner a military mlll postal ptStt clerk Ifrkllid IfrkllidIncrr paid paidinder paidunder
under Incrr protest by y the ciiahfer of the Wash Washington ash ashintmmn h h11lnn ¬
ington 11lnn office under undfr orders ordeT of Mr Heath Heathnyrnent HeathIlrrrnt HeathInvmntnt
nyrnent kiidllor Ilrrrnt AltlHor AltlHorIrrlul Aritlttorlrmnmitmimis kiidllorPremiums subenu subenukiidllor 8uL autesequently llentl disalowed disallowed by te teAltlHor the theAritlttor
Premiums Irrlul paid on bonds of military miiar postal postallerks pOl11 pOl11derks postalclerks
clerks by U tho Washington Wllhlnlton office ontC on authority althorltr althorltror authorityof
or f Mr Ir Heath UfRth Payment tnnde inane illegally lellly
Hlelily excessIve lo payments authorized authorizedT
JlhI poel nuthnrlld nuthnrlldI
I by T Mr He Heurnlture Heath for pOllnl postal strtlca nlc lupplel supplies suppliesfurniture
furniture flrlture timid IUII travelling tryeling expenses expenes nggre nggrentliur m mnitliig
Illre Illrentll
ntliur ntll nnnrly nnul liooon UOOr1 1O0 Articles Artclel purchased purchasedrltiiout purcbU purchasedwtt
wlholt wtt rltiiout imoimt enmpntltlon enmpntltlonKlght ronwmlonEight cciii pntttton pnttttonigimt
Eight igimt speclllc Apcllc Instances InBtnc of Irrngularltlos Irelulnrlt In Insonmitlon Inonnlton inconnection
connection onnlton with payments triads marA to clerks clerksml elerkl ehrkant
ant ml laborers lauorerl In II tho Washington Wnlhlnjton office ofce Theo Thesolayinenta Theolarlent Theseiatinemmts
layinenta larlent made mlee h i > order orde of Mr Ir Heath HeathIrregularities BeRthIrTlularlte IleathirregularitIes
Irregularities IrTlularlte In appointment IJwlnlmlnl componsn componsnlon com comtol enmpensaunit
lon tol and promotion promoton of o I I M I Smith Hmlh Smith Hmlthhim Smithwas I
WA appointed b bI Mr Jrnth hlemitlr and pennants pennantst mentl mentlto
to t him ordered hy I that thB official ofclnl In II It appointing appointingSmith IPlolnt1 appointingirnith
Smith Ilith heath lfth said 31d In I a letter Iltlr to the Washlnc Washlncon WRlhlnl aahington
ton on postmaster tmAster This Is th < cwitlomen 11IIJ men whose whoseippolntment whoAenJPolltlPlt whoseappolritnmerit
ippolntment nJPolltlPlt Jo tins 111 frequently rrNJlent linen hon reoom reoomnrnilnd rcom rcomrrndoc recoinnimended
nrnilnd rrndoc by b you 01 oti The postmaster p tms lpr had never neverleiird nevprhenrd neverhemrd
leiird of Smith Hrlth prior to the receipt recell of Mr Mrleathii Mrlieatima lt lt1ethl
leathii letter letterIrregular Iltrr IltrrIrrrl11Rr letterirrcgmmirir
1ethl Irregular Irrrl11Rr vouchers vUClerA authorized authorl7et to be paid ald by byfr b br byMr
Mr fr r Month Otl for expenses o pcnSl of himself and Sup Suptleavers SeptItwivcra
leavers Jtvcr York forkIrrecular YorkIrrAlulnr in vlsltiiiv 1 ltll Phlladelphlu Phlndelphla and Sew Sewfork Nt lcryYork
Irrecular IrrAlulnr appointment and Ind payment of ofnven ofno ofaflyfl
pment
nven no cldAnerH placed pl ced on the payroll oU of ofhe ortlA ofthe
the he Wnshlncton Wuhlnlton oftloo of n by Mr Ir Heath j In Inpectors InApectorl litspecters
specters Apectorl tlA reported d Iracilenlly Irsctnly no service gervlonvhswver seloo seloowhnter servicewhatever
rEpor
whatever has hl5 been rendered rlndercd for the money moneyixuiiidid mane maneeXjJlId moneexjamidtd
ixuiiidid eXjJlId eXjJlIdO ixuiiididLoss
Loss O A to tho Oovcrnmnnt of less e25 throuch throuchiverhpplne throurh0orl1pplnl throuchoveniappine
0orl1pplnl iverhpplne lease lel e of substatIon subAtatlonLoss subItaton subItatonJO substatIonIus
Loss JO I to the Government Oovlrnroot of fj000 uo through througharelessnesss throuahrlrclelsne8 throughearsleanesas
arelessnesss rlrclelsne8 In notllloatlon notlcaton of removal of ofrntlon orstton ofsrqtion
srqtion srqtionlrrogtmlar rntlon
stton sttonIrrllliar IrroBiilar Irrllliar payment paTlnt of jiess 15 on authority authorityif autborit autboritof
of if Mr Heath leltl as Sl per plr diem In connection connecton with withtlntms wih wit witclaims
claims 11101 of letter Iftfr carriers for overtIme oVArlme charges charjresMspcinsxd cbaae cbaaeDllplMfd chargesDIspensed
DIspensed DllplMfd without authority authoriy of law lawIrregular lawIrregular I
Irregular Irrflular fImpnt Payment of tr I7000M uo on payrolls pajrrollsif panolA panolAof payrollsofapsetni
of ofapsetni if spflclnl delivery de hpr m mepcngers eengeru
Irreeiilar Jrrflllar appointment mApenler and Iml payment by bymhorlty bv1lhorlt byauthority
authority 1lhorlt of Mr r Heath of J E l Jones Jaymen as a Post PoitJffleo
Office physician at l7oo a year yearIrreuularitlf yearirregularitIes
irregularitIes in advertising oontrMU oontrMUallure eon eonFailure
allure to furnish affidavit of pubUiCcrs pubUiCcrsHlfhO ra raRichasid
HlfhO Richasid lil Sprlnri Bl Sleeper Sleeper1a p r rt r
1a t Lok Lsekawanna w na RaIlroad daily at iU r M PM PMr Paricr
icr r can on a 10 A U trtla trlntd < vtff

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