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SATURDAY JtJNE JU E 20 1903 1903Showers I IShowers
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VOL VOl LXXNO 293 a NEW NE YORK SATURDAY JUNE 20 lQQQ 1903co Copurtahtl > urluht 11103 bvrhtS bv 7he SI > Ht > > rM < ng alld nar > ubllhlnv bltihingAMOCati uociala < i PRICE TWO CENTS
DRIGGS 18 TO BE INDICTED INDICTEDOFFICIALS INDICTEDtllI1
OFFICIALS tllI1 11 Ii OF 0 Till IOST IOSTOFIICI lOi11IIlfl
OFIICI IILIAltTMKXT IILIAltTMKXTHlturis JIItIIIIWIIII
WIIII Hlturis t lleanl I 11 rtl b 1 > the tl IVilcrul 1fllrll tiriinil tiriinilRnyninir frlll frlllIur
Iur II 1111111 Il Ihl 1Iler UI UIKrt
Rnyninir Krt nlnl4 tase 11 A Iormrr lrllr llonr llonrkeeper UUlr UUlrhrplr <
hrplr keeper nl o llir Ihl lloimr IIIIC Tells 111 What WIt Me II llhl llhllor Ull UllIlI
lor IlI Ihr hI l ashler U41111 Company 111131 rnr III la lati 111I >
ti I or 11 the tl l Urlllrllrlts > riirluirnls liiitilry liiitilryMlilrnliiK Imlllr ImlllrIIIII
MlilrnliiK IIIII Ulsiinrrj Ihll 11 That hlt Thrre Thrrelrre 1hlrl
lrre 111 T r I i Promotion Srlilullll SjnilliatrM SjnilliatrMWAHiiixarox Itlt N
WAHiiixarox 1101 limn llln ID A pcmltlve Juitin ttalo ttalonuiit ul
nuiit 11111 wa a < innriu 11tu nt lt tho Post 10t Office Otce Drparl Drparlnipiit DEparI
nipiit 1111 Ihl M afternoon alIIOOI lluil IIII former fOllpr Congrt Conlr ConlrIlln s siiuin
Illn iiuin DrigRs Drl 1 of Itrooklyn Iloldn whoiutniiln who lulmlM having havinglecelvutl hall hallII
lecelvutl II < t d it I salary 0111 of HLVm SI J u I year 11 lioin lioinih 101 101I
ih I h i Hinnd 1ldt Cash lI h Register n jlll Coimiiny tolmll whilu whilumember hi
II wa a member 1111tI of tho tll llousi IUU6f of ul hepii hepiinlitJtiivpi 111 111llall
nlitJtiivpi llall would wOlld bo h indicted il dielcl by the t hI Fed Federal Fdf1 ¬
eral f1 Grand ral < Jury JllY in II Now 01 York It I was wa aid aidI nldIhll
I Ihll hut I tho ho Grand Orunl Jury Jil was WIIlxple1 expected lo tl lirini liriniin 1 I Ii 1 1hl
in this hl indict ildllt nuiit 1 iL tomorrow I I llono ORkvm ORkvmii fllI fllIaeflrld
ii aeflrld rertcd tliat t hil Mr II DrlgRHi Drgl nllegod Ilflll defend defendthat dIIlw dIIlwIlll
that Illl thn Ih statute ptltlt of 01 llmllntlniis Iiiialnl iiiiders iiiidersiroiertition I d 1 1tro1NII
iroiertition tro1NII lOl impossible IJI lhh in il lit 11 ca laI wan WI a avery 1 1t
very t poor POOItlld land for a 1 lawyer lw11 lo tike tikewhile 111
I WI ohlld 011 1111 while whi Mr II Drlggs Drlggsith Illgg IllggErrrd
Errrd hi 01101 ith lh 111 > Hou HOl of ofn ornfWlInl1
n nfWlInl1 prescntnllvcrt 11 more nll than t 111 i wo yinrt m ago agoI UO UOI
I I l known l < owl Hint Illt llu 111 > final tnal luiyinetit ImIH11 of hi hisiUry lb lbIII
siUry III or I ointill OIIILIOI < slon or whatever whallI ll was wasfrom Wil Wilfrul
from frul I ho h Drum BIuldl Company I 1IpI was WI1 mtiiU 111 fol following CI CIlowll ¬
lowing lowll I hi1 II delivery 111111 of H I consignment eUHi llnl of ofHfilMors c
HfilMors 1 III lo thii til Post 11 Ofllw 001 Department Departmentnnd DIpart Iit
nnd 111 within wi hil the 111 priod prnd not lut rtmrid nd by ly tun tunsialuti I li
sialuti 11 ll It I 1 wild llinro will il In1 I several severalHunts vlrl vlrlI
Hunts I lt In the t hI indictment Ildic 11E11 onn onl of whim will willbu il
bu hrllwry hri ry and III nnotliti 1101 h1 conspiracy Inn pinHY to 1 ite itefrnuii
frnuii fr nd tin1 II Goveriiinenl GoveriiinenlIt Oprllnlni OprllnlniI
It I was wa also learned Ilarlud on 01 high authority authoritynt 11111rly 11111rlynl
nt the thl Department today that other otlr Indict Indictments hHlklInllt ¬
ments Inllt arc 1 ixp plpc vted in the Ih New V loe CW inn inndiction iI11 iI11dietlon
diction tomorrow tmorlow or Monday MUlch Ir was wa de denied 1 1lied ¬
nied lied that these indictments Ildiclfnls were re in il regard regardto rrlurc rrlurcto
to the promotion prololiol syndicate YIIal for the I he reasons reasonsgiven 1lIIOnh 1lIIOnhiiln
given iiln nliove nllI and il HIM is probable prbllle that several severalare Ieorl Ieorlare
are related to the Driggs rg s caso C > and that Ilut the theIndictments Ihl
Indictments Ildictrnls will wi be ht brought hrnght on like lke charges chargesof
of bribery hrlbry nnd conspiracy cnsplrlc to defraud dlflauc the theGovernment IIH
Government Ooerrlnt I
The Federal Flderal Grand Grald Jury in Brooklyn Brooklynexamined Broklyn Broklynenmlned
examined a numlicr of witnesses wlnesl yesterday yesterdayabout eltorlay eltorlayabolt
about abolt oxCongressman exCnKreslmal Edmund H 1 Driggss Driggssconnection DrijII1 DrijII1onneclon
connection onneclon with tho E J BrandtDent BrandtDentompany IIIJUIHL IIIJUIHLompny
ompany ompny of Watertown Wls Wi which manu manufactures manuflcure ¬
factures flcure automatic machines machine called caled cash cashiers h hipr ¬
iers ipr which are used Ued in post ofllces ofllcesMr once
Mr Ir Drlggs Drllg in a statement has said that thatwhile thatwhie
while whie In Congress Congl he secured seure for the com company compny ¬
pany nn order for 1 50 machines to be b used usedIn
In i pny post pt offices and that he received rMelNSI
SI 111500 from the company cmpany for work which whichhe whichhe
he did for the company companyThe compny compnyTe
The Te Grand Jury had an all al day session sessionbut stsslon stsslonbut
but nothing iraa I laid lad before bfore it except ecept evi evidence eidence ¬
dence relating reltnc to this tla phase phae of the Post PostOffice P09tOmo
Omo Office investigation Invetigaton About Abut a dozen wit witnesses lt ltne ¬
nesses ne were wee examined examne Some Sme of them were wereward wereFwad
Fwad ward J Brandt Brant the president preident of the themachine thet
t machine company Robert Rbr Dent W E Ecashier EWodwad
Wodwad ma ompny cashier clel of the National Naional Bank Banknrn Bni Bniin
in Wan nrn Bruce Bre Correll Clel who bo waa an anassistant annt
assistant nt doorkeeper drkeep ot the House Houe of Rep Representatives Rp RpleenalvM ¬
resentatives leenalvM at Washington Wablneton George Gerge F FMiller I
Miller le who is I the New York agent for the themachine theracln
racln machine company ompy Winflekt Winfeld 8 Btrawn a aformer aformel
former formel employee employe of the company ompny who is isnow i
now 10 suing it for 00000 0 damages damagf his hl brother brotherO
Hanson Paul Paulrm Paulrmtronl Arm Armstrong
O E Strawn Harold lanon and ¬
strong agents of the company cmpauy and In Inspector Inpor ¬
spector por Little Litle All Al of these thee witnesses witnesseshave witneses witnesesl8
have l8 been n in Washington Wahington and were ex examined exImlne ¬
amined Imlne by the AttorneyGeneral AtorneyGeeral there thereThe thureThe
The Orand Ord Jury adjourned adjouned at 5 oclock oclockuntil oclockultllO
until ultllO 10 oclock Monday morning momlnl District DistrictAttorney Diltrict Diltricttlorer
Attorney tlorer Young Youn announced announce that no in indictments t
dictments had boon bon found but he wouldnt wouldntmy
my I anything about about the proceedings procedlnis before beforethe beforeI
the I lp Grand Ornd Jury JUI It I Is said Ild that eight or ori
i Ino ile witnesses wlUlpI are still Iti to be heard heardMr htard htardI
Mr Correll backward in telling tellingwhat
I Correl was wa not II telng telngwhaL
what probably prbahly brought him here from fromliis fromhi
liis hi home hOIP in Canton Ohio For torlhre three years yearsIi Ial
Ii I was WfR employed in President Preoldent McKinleys McKinleysIHW McKhilev McKhilevh
IHW h office ofc Mr II Correll Correl savs that while whie he heas
as 1 a 1 doorkeeper doorkpfr in tho House ouse a repre representative reple repleM11nt ¬
sentative M11nt A of f tlio BrandtDent Company Companycime Compalv
cime 111 to him and lud asked MIId him to arrange arange for foran fIau
an introduction to influential Infufntlal members membrK of oft otIII
t III ho House Hous of Representative Corroll Corrollunderstood Corrll CorrllIiderstood
understood Iiderstood that ho was W to IMJ paid for what whath
h did and he says 1 hn introduced the t he Brandt BrandtIVnt Brndl BrndlPrut I
IVnt Prut Company C mpany tepresentutlve IpprIntatle to Mr II Driggs Driggsand DrigRs DrigRsand
and two or 01 three thre members of CongrcM CongrcMCorrell ong ongCo
Correll Co 11 I says Kas that he had two sons SOlS who wcro wcropreparing wcroparinK
for college and that little littleextra
preparing parinK tOl colcle that any an Illll
extra IIa money mone he earned lafNI would come in inDandy Inhane
Dandy hane Ho didnt know what the Brandt BrandtPentCompany Brandtnl
PentCompany nl omplnv representative rprt tllarle wanted wlnlpd to tomoot toI
moot I 1 KI tlio influential Infiufal Heprosontatives IplcBenlallv1 for forhr forII
hr II pays paysRut MBRlt
Rut Rlt Correll Correl didnt get e the money he ex expected exIclll ¬
pected Iclll and now he is I suing the thl company companyor
or fOO iO ns al ho hI says ay he carrcd crrcd out his part partof partnr
of the contract cnlract Correll COIpl spotted Ipolted Mr II Brandt Brandtoutsldoof Brandltullldl
outsldoof tullldl of the th Grand Jury room rom and stopped stoppedtelling stoppedIPlng
telling IPlng a very r humorous humorlK story 8tor long enough enoughin
in remark remarkTheres rmarkThes
Theres Brandt now Hes Ipl making maklnl out outhe outI
he I doesnt IOIIt know mo Hnn 10 making makingli bo bolinvo
linvo li that ho nnver saw mo before Ifore I guess guessIm guessIm
Im Im disguised disguisedCorrell dlsgIL tI
Correll Cnrel said that Georgrc Glorgo F Millor Ilrr tho thoNow thopW
Now pW York agent Iglnt of thu company was wal in a acnmmitteo aommlt
cnmmitteo ommlt room In the thl Houso Houl shortly beforo beforouncross bfoJ
uncross I fH adjourned adjourll and he says ho had to tonsk lok
nsk k Mr Mlllor MIIr to lonvo lonvoDuring Ilac IlacDurlg
During Durlg the tho Grand Olld Jurys Jury session check checkIwjokfi dlpckand
Iwjokfi and n number of patxrs 1 wore wer taken takeninto t ktn ktnilin
into ilin tho room IQm It I was wa said that ono thing thingunder thingundr
under discussion was Wi how Mr Driggs Drlgg re recrivod reth
crivod tho th St 12500 5 from frm the company cmpany for fornrvices forIIN
nrvices IIN rendered rlnrlld Ono explanation xplanaton was wasthat wasthAt
that Mr Ir Driggs DrggR received fcded a promissory prmi fry noto notoor noloII
or II n paper of some Iomo kind in tho th form of a acontract aontme
contract ontme and that the money man was paid him himm
m installments instllpntf Every Eer tlmo ho got un In in inslillment II
slillment almpnl it wns wn tutltl tld the amount was wasnoted waannlfr
noted nnlfr on tho Iwck hlck of this paper Soon Son so somany M Mnn
many nn indorsement IndoJnmtlt had been lXn ppr made madl that thati
i ho h front frnt of tho paper hod JId to be b ascd ascdTnotv ted ted1hel
Tnotv 1hel was sonw 1m question If Mr MrDriggs MrDrgI
Driggs DrgI could ruld bo prosecuted because bCCuse of ofMm oft
t Mm II statute alute of limitations lmlal lon should fhould anything anythingcriminal anvthlngrmilalo
criminal rmilalo be found in his transactions Imnlctlon with withhn withI
hn I machine company c I Mr Drigfs Drp 8 made madelii madoIl
lii Il < agtvomont lrmlnt mp with Ith the company ac according a aorelng ¬
cording orelng to his hli own statement RtatemEntln rmpnr In May 1809 1809Trfderal 1809rrral
Trfderal rrral officials ofclll say that tho statute of oflimitations orIllatols
limitations Illatols will vl not interfere at nil al and It Itens
111 ens Mated that anumber a numbr of the indorse indorsements Indol ¬
ments IrntH on 01 the I hA chock clck or contract cntract which Mr MrDrigRs MrJrlg
DrigRs Jrlg got from the company showing showlnp when whencertain wlwl
Iot cmpny
certain rlaln turns were paid are ar recent recnt enough enougho nolch
pid
o rnmn mo within lhln the time specified 8polfed by law lawMr lawMI
Mr MI Driggs VrgII who is a leading lenilng Democrat Omoct of ofBrooklyn ofRrwldvn
Brooklyn nnd Ild who was a n 1 candidate ldldl against againstBorough 1 1lru
Borough lru h President Prldent Swanstrom Swanftrom lnt Ilt year yeariny real
iny n Hint If ho did anything wrong Tng it was wasunknowingly was1Imowlngh
unknowingly It I is not expected expcted he will willIx 1
Ix I culled lld before IJfore the Grand Jury JuryIn
Inspector In pAclr Little was wal tho only inspector inspectorwho InHI ctor ctorwln
dnv dn who wln was Wil near the Orand Jury room rom yester yesterdnv yesterdn
Iojtmnstor iMlmallfr Van an Colt hns II sent Rnl to ash ashIngton
Ington ilJtnl n report on the fortyeight finance financerks flanM flanMdrkA
drkA rks in rlprt the Manhattan lanhatan office of giving in ind
d inil 11 their duties dutt and salaries lane Mn Van Vanl nn nnI
l > > tt WI ny asked alkNI to do ro this by the Washing Washingn WaHhlnI
< > n I authorities IUlhIi I He I explains rxplalnl that Ilat the the1iftfll
1iftfll 1111 claMiflcatiotH laMlfcatlonK are out of dale and andl ald aldI
< l h < a I amendments Imendrnlfhould should Iw made delo to them themfmnbfrrj themCunbtrr1
fmnbfrrj Cunbtrr1 L Iale k and nd Hark nr S SIII l lvli
vli Urliiwtnna l rl nna Rjillrnd Rlrnd next Ira Sunday u tlt Sprtil Sprtilirtln SprrllI
irtln tol li IA vr New York 015 A M nrrlvrs at th thllle I IO
llle I O t MM lt M 1 Mfrryromundj Mrrforund miniature miniatureHim
Him Unar til al unuicnmti amuemrDItd ti
I IOST lO AL SCAXDALS SttDUS W1UKXIXU W1UKXIXUI UJJO UJJOI
I II I Mow W Apiiein lllleal Tlirre rlrre Were Two wu Appoint AppointI IIIJlnl IIIJlnlI
I iiiriil Illt am IUII Ironiotlon lrlluton Hjiiillcalpt HjiiillcalptWArtHiNdTOX 1ldlltl
I WArtHiNdTOX A II r June IIIJ 10For IDjol the ll first 1l tltnu tltnufinco 1111
finco lit tlit I hi beginning bllnlll of the the present I < Ilt gonernt gonerntilldiiiry Kelrl KelrlIlouiry
illdiiiry Ilouiry in II the lit Port Pc Oftlce fe Departtiienl Departtiienlnfinlrs UIJUIIIUP1 UIJUIIIUP1ntnl
nfinlrs ntnl olllcial olcll tidini Idli sion lol wai I made Ild of lhe lheexistence 11 11e
existence e i of the muchtalkcdof ltcllllkl dor promotion promotionKyndicote JOlloUcn JOlloUcnldinte
Kyndicote ldinte which whlcl was wu operated opcac from Irul the theDepnttinent I he heIIHIIItlt
Depnttinent IIHIIItlt nt lt Washington Wlihllllol and Ild which whichrendered whlnhIn
rendered Inopomtlve In the I hI meril II rl syslem syslemin tll
in il Hie I hI XII York rOli office uf and Iml In other 01 hpr largo largoPON 1111
PON oHIcoi I throughout I hrujIIHt the tll country JnllI ll is isnssortinl I In
I nssortinl n IId thill I Ilt I III ho Knine IIU of graft grlrt wns 0 in full fulloperation fli
operation up lutlol in tinNow lh 1W York oflloo nOI up to a afow afII
fow months IHltl tigo I IO nnd Ult that positive Joltl proof proofof
of tlio III Kilill p1111 of Mvoral Ittl f thixe concermd concermdhas eOItlrl <
has 111 boon htPI ohlaiiKd ohlaiiKdTim hlnlwd hlnlwdl
Tim l promotion 11lllliol syndicate IcIlatl hits hu been llI1 in iniitllvo InwIII
iitllvo wIII nH upmUu > riillon for nuven lII1 yours bill the theorticeis Ih Ihparl
parl Illt orticeis in il charge ofJi ot Jw iu iuvpsdgatlnti il
vpsdgatlnti IjlloI oxpivss Ixpr conlldeiice eOllhlle limp tlai tilli tillimiitoly Illi IlliIlutll
miitoly Ilutll pnsllivo pOS1 ill piiidf 1101 will wiill be secured lld of the thesain Ih IhI
sain I of fr promotions prOloli in tin New Xl York or ofllfo ofllfowithin onl
within withil the IIIMI In > t vinior 1 I two Former flr 8uper 8uperintoiident lupel
intoiident inlldlt HeiuerHof Bla 111 ul thu I he salary and 111 ullow ullowiinco ulu uluUI
iinco UI division of llii lil PoM OHioe Oll Department Departmentwho Vljlltnllt Vljlltnlltwlo
who wlo had h11 fliiirgo dltw of fl the Ih promotion Ilolotlol of cUrls cUrlsin eelI eelIII
in II Now W Vorli Yur and a l 1 other firslclsss fr tIS oftices ofticesnnd nli
nnd nld who wh resigned I Icl with wlh suspicious UpI IIS liasle liasleill hl l lut
ill the I liogiiuiing 1lillll of f tho tl scandal j It11 inquiry inquiryis Ilqlll
is I ulloged lit td in il the II charges Illrgl before Ilfom the De Department DI DIJarl ¬
partment Jarl mIl I to have ha lien 11 the I he head and a Ill front frontof rmll rmllof
of the thO syndicate syndicateAiKithor Illllnl Illllnllllh
AiKithor lllh ond ld an 11 entirely cnllrll new feature featureof fputll4 fputll4of
of i he hl Postal Ital service Htvleu scandals ICIIlul which I hI ic icon ¬
on 111 mo known li0wl todiiy for thu tit llr tl t time t II wan wantht IU IUII
tht II fact fll tlinl LI11 an ni appointment lppollllllt and Ild pro promotion pru11tlol ¬
motion 11tlol syndicate YIlcall ulso 10 existed xlIIId in II the free freedelivery fredlhtIY
delivery dlhtIY division dlli111 during 11ill the til administration administrationof Idm Illlil Illlilof
of former f01111 HuperlntPIIllt Superintendent Maclion luehI Absolute Absoluteproof hlollll hlollllplool
proof plool consiatiu eOII lill of f Mworn Kwor testimony 1tlinoIY and andiiftldavitH Ild Ildnfdut
iiftldavitH nfdut Ims huI beon 111 sccitiecl 8urtd In a 1 number numberof IIIUr IIIUrI
of I spocitic tllcto cnscv ISt and aid the tie investigation investigationinto ilI I Igul ion
into 1110 tills Ihil new IW and unexplained 1IIIxlIulnl < phase Jhute of oftho oftll
tho tll scandals fC3111ulI Is being ueilg pushed plllll as Ut rapidly rapidlyus
us 11 possible with the limited Imlld number lumhI of oflnsNctoiH of11lctol
lnsNctoiH 11lctol available laiuhl for fol the purpose purposeAt
At t loa 11 < t twenty t 111 v indictments Indict 1lt in II Wash Washington WIlh WIlhII ¬
ington II ton alone nlol have II iitlier 11111 beon Ul presented presentedin plClnl11
in 1 thu Grand llil Jury 111 or 01 will wil be II brought brolrhl to the theattention thl thlIUntol
attention IUntol of that thlt liotly loth hi I the lie near la future futurein futuroil
in il cnsoi ClO connected connlI with the postal p tl1lndal tl1lndalItalt scandals scandalsAssistant
Assistant Italt District VitrcI Attorney olnIY Hugh Hllh Taggart Taggartwas
was personally reprimanded by President Pre ldnl
Koosevelt HOORec1 yesterday Ylsterday for his dllatorimvs s in inthese
these IheRlCaSe1 cases Mr I Taggart will i have ha e an as assistant asMisllnt ¬
sistant Misllnt to uld Ild him 11m in II the work wok of making makingup
up 11 Indictment Ildlctml > lll and Ild warrants Walrllt and it It this thisfulls thisful
fulls ful to nccolerale the methods JJlhodl of I lie h As Assistant AMhl ¬
sistant hl tant District Di lrlc Attorneys orrYd office otte other moan moanwill IIUIL
will be used usedFourth udd uddFuurh
Fourth Fuurh Assistant litant Post Po t mailerGeneral malerGlnpI11 Bris Brisrow BrR BrRrow
row Is energetically eUergftkil pursuing lrulng Ilio recently recentlyordered rcentlyordlrld
ordered ordlrld investigation Ineltgatol Into the Ihl conduct nduct of ofH ofH
H H Rand PostmasterGeneral PORlm lrOeueral Paynes Paynesconfidential Ilyns Ilynseonfdpntnl
confidential eonfdpntnl secretary who is 1 accused nccu 1 of ofhaving ofha
having ha Ing sold Iolcl mining Ilnlnl stock to employee mlo OI of oftho ofllt
tho llt Postal POltIIIHvlcE service on 01 promise prol1 of dividends dividendsof dlidendof
of influence Inflenc as well weils as of dollars dollarsMr dolars dolarsThelat
Thelat llnd 101 rlollcharpe arRIIt arRIItII
Mr II Hand Jand is I that his hil office in the Post Officu OfficuDepartment OM OMIprment
Department Iprment was headquarters headquarll1 of a I lobby lobbyfor lobhyfor
for the Parish Par h ice claim which has been beenbefore tl tlhfore
>
before hfore Congress COlg 8S in one form or another anotherfor anotherfol
for fol many years ypRr and lud which Yhch some eo me influen influential Inluen Inluentl ¬
tial tl I members m mb of both blh houses Ilou s insUt Insl t has hasalready hal halalrady
already alrady been bpn paid pid twice hdc It is I charged chargedthat chargedlhat
that Mr Rand and Charles arle S Hedges in incharge Inoharle
charge of thn division dlvllon of city et delivery delvAI of ofthe ofthe
the free delivery dUrr service through
rle irlc lhllh Supt SuptMachen Slpt Slpttchen
Machen tchen brought brught powerful poerfullnnuencslo influences to bear bearto bar barfa
to secure the IhE passage pAI of this lhi SWO 00000 claim claimfor clain clainfol
for fol Ice lo that molted nll d during dlrng the tl civil war warWhile Wlrhio
While hio the hill hi did not pans pn > in its is original originalform origlnll origlnllform
form the Comptroller olptrolel of the Treasury reary was wasinstructed Wi
instructed Instrcted by y Congress Congrels to adjudicate adjldlct the theclaim Ihecllll
claim cllll and EII pass upon upn the til merits mprll of the case caseINVESTICUTIVO lse lseINVEATI4I
INVESTICUTIVO INVEATI4I TICK CHICAGO OFFICK OFFICKCUICAQO orncRCUICAOO
CUICAQO 111 II June 19 19The The Chicago ChlaRo post postoffice pOltofco
office ofco has ha been under investigation InnstiallOI for forseveral forseeral
several weeks weeksIt
It 1 is impossible Impslble to learn Ilarn what irregulari irregularities Irregular ¬
ties Iletlf if any the investigators have discovered discoveredin
in II the Chicago post pit office nOce It I Is known knownthat knownthallhoy
that thallhoy they have been bfn looking into the records recordsof reorde reordeof
of all al supplies suppl1 received rlrlld nt this thl office under underthe undrthe
the administration admlniltlalon of Postmasters Coyne Coyneand orne ornend
and nd Gordon GordonHOSTO Oordol Oordol111O
HOSTO 111O SlXKlXd IXTO THE 111 SKA SKAAt 514 514Ihe
At the Rate or line Cle Inch In el K > rry 11 Klglit KlglitYean lllt llltIerr
Yean KiiRlnerr Ierr Kaji KajiBOSTON la laBOSTo
BOSTON Mass June 19 J9J J R Freeman Freemana Frppman Frppmana
a former member mllber of the lie Metropolitan MetropolitanWater letrpllan letrpllanWater
Water Board and now nol consulting CIFlllng member memberof
of and engineer for the New York Board on onAdditional onddIJonal
Additional ddIJonal Water WaleI Supply in the course oure of ofa ofI
a I report on the t he proposed prop Charles Charle River Rhel dam dammakes dammakE
makes makE the statement ftatement that Boston is slowly slowlysinking slowlyflnklng
sinking into the sea and ald the harbor bottom bottomtends botom botomtends
tends slowly flowl to becomo bcomo deeper deeperAll deepr
All 1 the territory lerltory in and about aholt Boston BostonIs BostonII
Is II probably slowly Ilov sinking KlnldnJ relatively to tothe 10Ihe
the level lee of the sea 8Ia he says IYs Appar Apparently ¬ I I1IIIy
ently 1IIIy this thil Btibfiidonce sub idonce is II at thn rato of al ahout ahoutan > out outan
an eighth of an inchper year Ylar one Inch in ineight InIght
eight yoars oar or a little ltte more than a foot fot in ineach inIach
each Iach ioo 10 years yearsTho ytars ytarsTho
Tho present presnt datumplane to which all allelevations 11
elevations plealonl are referred by the engineering engineeringdepartment enclneerlnl
department doparmnt of thn city of Boston O lon and andwhich Iml Imlhich
which hich is II commonly known as al Boston BostonBase Blton Bltonprobahiy
Base probably coincided clncded almost almo t exactly exactlyin exacly exaclyIn
in the year ear 18iO 0 with wih mean mpan low 10 water waleI at the theChariest IheCharle
Chariest town own navy lay yard yardToday ard ardTotA
Today TotA after n 1 lapse lap of peventytwo peventytwoyears pvpnl Io IoYlar
years Ylar the Ih name 11ml datumplane as a defined definedby detned detnedby
by numerous Ilmeruf bench henlh mnrks on 01 solid 8Id ground groundncoordini grounda
ncoordini a ordlnl to the host hPt available 8aiahle determina determination dctennla dctennlaton ¬
tion ton is 79 foot bolow hllow moan mCan low water waterThis water waterThlA
This comparison cOlplrllOn shows fhowl that the land landnow Ilnd Ilndnow
now stands ttantR 70 foot lower relatively Ilathly to the thosea theea
sea ea than It did about seventytwo years yearsago par
ago Igo and shows sho that the land in Boston Bostonnnd DOHtonIlt
nnd Ilt vicinity Iclniy Is I sinking at the rate of about aboutone aboutone
one foot each ah 100 10 years yearsLAST Yfal
LAST niTES IX THE STltEET STltEETIlrllclou iTn1FT iTn1FTIrlIIOI
Ilrllclou IrlIIOI Service flnlee With Wih a Hrvrrrnt I1rnt Crowd CrowdWillie
Willie Ambulance Was Delayed
A Mrs II Mnck llck who lived 1d alone m tho IWBR IWBRnunt Imspnwt
nunt at 218 West WIst Sixtieth Sixteth street 6tret fell fel in infront II
front of tho house hou last Ift night and Ind had a ahemorrhago ahemorhago
hemorrhago hemorhago Policeman 10 110 mal Anderson Antprsl sent sentn sentI
n I hurry call al to Roosevelt looeel Hospital for an annmbulance al
nmbulance but the automobile aulomoble ambulance ambulancecot
cot stuck and another hnd to be b sent caus causing cnusin ¬
ing in n delay of ten minutes minutesMeantime minutE
Meantime tnljle Father lther Kennedy Koledrof of the Paulists PaulistsChurch Paul t tChurch
Church had l IIln > con called cltled and ho administered administeredthe admlnlstertd admlnlstertdthe
the last lalt rites rill in II thn prefelce nrcfcnce of n 1 large largecrowd Ilrge Ilrgerrl
crowd rrl Nearly everybody knell nnd ald tho thomen Ihoml
NJV
men ml removed rmoed their hats nltliough Ilhoujh it was wasmining 8
mining riinlng
The hp woman omn died before the ambulance ambulancearrived mhullnce mhullncea
arrived a i iDOG
DOG IJG nOUK nOIf THE TiE HVXAHAY I
An KxcllliiB 1xclllJ MnirMlloror Itl11 for t tl be SKjr I e Terrier Terrierbut Tlrrlrr Tlrrlrrbul
but lie le Held Irld III Ils Prrcli PrrcliA Plrcl I
A horso drawing n 1 delivery delcr wagon Ron ran rannwny ranaWIY I
nwny aWIY at Bergcnlinn Dlrgenlno nvcnue ami ant Main street streetiJnion I
Union Hill 11 N J yesterday terda Seated Snteu on the thoback I
back of tho runaway runawI wns 11 a small Rmal Skyo Skyoterrhr 81etlrl
terrhr tlrl r which hold hlld its Is position until Inll the thehorso Iff
horso was Wil caught calght after running rllning n I half halfmile hlif hlifmie
mile mileTh mie mieTh
Th pool noilry I of iran Iransl1orlllon iorutlon and the th rme rn of ofrcrirallon otrcrluUol
rcrirallon rcrluUol arc fully fll rrallrnl rtAI d on n Hudson ludnn Klvcr Klvcrla HlnrAI
la AI > Line Jlue trip tip Mmlc Sccncry rnrrdr dr
JOHN DOE DOCK QUIZ QUZ HELD UP UPMl UPi
i 11IJ Ml MYV T ILAYIXa FOIt Hi ItKLAY ItKLAYTILL 111
I TILL 111 AFT H1IW Kit ELKCIIOX ELKCIIOXniliiNK
WIIM niliiNK > to a Casn a 1 of a Uoclored Ieme ln1 anil anilKaliinnl ald
Kaliinnl lallflll llteerili Will Wi Uecllue UIUIlle lo loilrv ICN ICNtf < >
I ilrv tf and Qld the Ihe touru olrh 4aul AIt Force Jurt Him Himto 1m 1mII
to II the Ihl Stand tand 1111 11 OrtoUrr Uetoln Anyway AnywayA nI nII
I A move to slop Mlo or delay District Dstd Attor Attorney Ator AtorlP ¬
ney lP Jeromes rolu John Doe investigation 11t81Igatlol into intoIhn Intntht
Ihn tht Van ln Wyck vck Dock Board Dolrd was U made yes yesterday el ¬
terday teldlY by exHenator tHEnator Thomas 1holll C OHulli OHullivan Olull
van 11 acting actll by us counsel cOllsl for Joseph Egan Eganwho Eganwo
who wo had hld boon bon subp 1Ubpllnled < tniied to testify t t nt the thahfUirliiK theI
hfUirliiK hfllIK before Justice Jllllcl Mayer Mr I OSulll OSulllVHU OSIII
wared for his client nnd notified notifiedIlio
I VHU al apt Plllrd fo cUtnt nOllled nOllledIh1
Ilio District tdl Attorney AtoJl and UII Justice Ju tlce Mayer Mayerhut
hut hut he h had hld directed uiClld Kgan 111 not lot to testify testifyMJ letf
MJ 0 that HID th validity aUllly of o u I John Doe pro proceeding 10 10Idll ¬
ceeding Idll may 1 be bl tesled In II the courts cOUII The Theproceeding ThepollIIK
proceeding pollIIK wits Wl then thel adjourned adjoured until untilMonday 11tl
Monday MondayKgan IonduyJjal
Kgan Jjal will wi be arrested IIRlpd for fO coulempt clIPnpt of ofcourt oflOlltll
court lOlltll In failing 1IIIIg to appear Hlu HIl lawyer will willIhflti wil
Ihflti thl tuko tukl out Olt a writ wIi of habeas halll corpus If Ifhu J
hu hI should hoiid lose lo e in il the t h Supreme Court he h will willluki 11 11lula
lula luki the case a to the Appdlato Applato Division DivisionAs UIon UIonA
As A that body hod adjourned ndJournc ypntarday yrlfrl7 yrlfrl7mlI oat o omeet
meet mlI t again until unti October the course I I 1 of the theinquiry theillulry
illulry inquiry will wi in nny nn event eel1 be b halted hll so l far fara falI
a I < tiie Ih unwilling ulwilli witnesses wlnelfK are ale concerned concernedand l lce Ild IldInd
and Ind posnibly these 11e ladles tlclc may IIY be multi multiplied mult ¬
plied plld the District tric Attorney Atorney thinks thllk to curry currytho clrry I
tho Investigation over until after election electionII
1IIInell allol 011 lnt I alpr olptlol I
II I was WI intended Iltlnded that the lmulry before beforeJustice bMorJWill
JWill Justice Mayer should lluld be 0 in II camera and andthe andlhl
the lhl District llsl rcl Attorney torn y was prepared prpared to toquestion to4uellon
question Kgan Jgal as IS the first Irst witness winess Other Otherunwilling OtherunIUn
unwilling unIUn witnesses WIIP6tS he meant to call al later laterwuro 11111 11111wce
wuro all al the members membels of the Yan Vln Wyck WyckDuok Wyclwk
Duok wk Hoard d Charles Chale8 F f Murphy Poter PoterF 10tel
F 1 Meyer 1YII and J Sergeant Cram CramThe CramThe
The legality of a John Do D proceeding proceedingwas prCdlnl prCdlnlwal
was wal questioned in the I he case vse of Jesse Je R Iewi Iewisohu
1011 sohu who was VII called cale in such an inquiry inquiryand Inqliry Inqliryand
and asked alk d if he had ever beon ben In the house houseof houl
of f Richard Rchard Canfitld Cnllld at 6 East Fortyfourth Fortyfourthsi JortfoUrl I
si root rrt He declined declnll to answer and was wasarrested wasae
arrested ae led for contempt eonlempl Justice JUStl Scott col de decided dedded ¬
cided that I he must rutt answer alAwer the ile question questionFtUard qUtUol
FtUard Edlld Liuterbaoh got go a stay Ita while whio ho hotook
took thu question to tulhe the Appellate Division
On 01 March Ulrch 6 the Appellate Appellte Division de decided decded ¬
cided cded that ho need nee not 10t answer awer on the broad broadground IJoil IJoilground
ground thut t the answer tended to incrimi incriminate Incrmi Incrminala ¬
nate him hll Five Jle other 01 her points had been beenmade bnmade
made by Mr lrlewLoohnl LcwUohns counsel but Justice JusticeLaiighlln JusUceLml
Laiighlln Lml hln in the thl prevailing preyoilng opinion opllion of the thecourtsaid Iheeourtsald
courtsaid that thallhe the court had not 10t gono into intothem IntothlI
them thlI preferring pleferi1i to base ble Its Is conclusions concluslol on ontho onthe
the privilege prilEge of the witness Tho District DistrictAttorneys Distrit DistritAt
Attorneys At orllYs appeal from that decision docllon id idnow I Inow
now before befolo the Court of Appeals AppealsMr pleal
Mr Ir O1 OSulian Sullivan will wi argue his hi case cWe upon uponthe pon ponIhl
the point onl of the legality Ilgalty of n proceeding proceedingbefore pJCedlng pJCedlnghefoo
before a Justice Justce of Special Sessions Selonl par partaking partaldll ¬
taking taldll of the character of Grand Jury In Inquisition Inquisiton ¬
quisition quisiton He represents leprtsent8 Egan Egal in il the civil civilaction c1
action letlon which tho city ciy has ha brought brlght to t cancel cancelthe ancellhp
the leave le of the bulkhead bulkhed ut the foot of West WestTwentyeighth Wtttreet
Twentyeighth street on the ground of con conspiracy ll ¬
spiracy and fraud fraudJoseph fraudJOleph
Joseph Kgan teal and Michael Michatl Egan are the thetwo thetwo
two witnesses witsles who were pr to t have been heard heardntnrday htaru htarusArday
sArday ntnrday Both it waa understood undorltood would wouldbe wouldbe
be unwilling uuwling witnesses leles but the District At Attorney Attory ¬
torney tory thought thougl from the evidence oldenc in his hishands hishad
hands had that what lat they might bn bl forced fored to tondmit 10admit
admit backed by the testimony which hlch he hecan heCI
can CI produce produc would result rsult in il the thllndlctmlnt thllndlctmlntof indictment indictmentof
of certain officials ofclals of the old Dock Dck De Department Departllnt ¬
partment partmentNone partllnt
None of the I ho old Cominutslotinrs C1111lonol has hasven
Ien ven nuhpiiiaed uhJPlaed yet Jet Friends Frendl of Mr MrMurphy Ir Irllrph
Murphy llrph said yesterday that I he resented resentedthe relllfd relllfdI
the I h report Ilpurt that I hal ho hl and Mr t Cram Crm in intended hlIpndpd ¬
tended Ipndpd to put pll all al the t hI responsibility IKplllhiU for forthe forthe
the acts actl of tlio t 11 old hoard on Mr Meyer Meyerwho MeypIwlo
who wlo was wa tho head of the tht hoard but is i no nolonger IU IUInn
longer Inn I In the inner circles 111101 of If Tammany TammanyIr
Mr Ir Murphys fllphyl friends trnds declared that he hI was wasprepared 8 8PAId
prepared PAId to meet m t the full ful accountability Icountibllv Icountibllvfor
for all al his h nets act as Commissioner Cmmi8 lonr and ant that he hewould hewoulcilot
would woulcilot not plead that he hI had been bell 111 and ab absent absenl ¬
sent during most mo t of 19M 19MMr 19il 19ilMr
Mr O Sullivan ulhan who appeared apparld for Fgnn Fgnnyohlordav Fgan Fganve
yohlordav ve rdav Is attorney for the Xew Xf York YorkContracting url
Contracting i and CartineCompanv < rlil CompnT of which whichJohn
John 1111 onllactnp J Murphy brother of Charles Charlet F FMurphy Flurph
Murphy lurph is II the president and ald of which whichF
F t r Gaffnoy Oafney Is I treasurer tfI Url Before ero James Jamesftaffnoy Jame8Catlo
ftaffnoy Catlo was as elected eleclpd Alderman Aldlrmln from the theIiuliteenth tht
Iiuliteenth FIJhlenlh district ditrlct of whlnh diaries CJarlls CJarllsMurph F FMurphy
Murphy Murph IM i thu thl loader hU hi name nme appeared app8ed as a astockholder aIlockholdpr
stockholder Ilockholdpr In the company As A an Alder Alderman Aldrman ¬ I
man he could culd not not campu Ix n stockholder ttockholdAr in II a acompany acmpl1
company interested Int rCted in city contracU contracUK cntmcl cntmclK
cmpl1 K K I 1 Gaffney atney then thln appeared as a treasurer treasurerof trllsurer trllsurerof
of the company When Alderman Onffney OnffneywaH Ontney OntneyWR
waH asked akd one day who E I 1 Gaffney atIy Is II lit litsaid hl
said ald Hes a I good oo fellow felow Ive slept sleptwith fllpl fllplwl
with wl h him himMr himII
Mr II OSulllvan O8ulan Is II nlso allo attorney atorey for Daniel DanielF
F McMahon chairman of tho executive executivecommittee
tll ctcute ctcutecommitee
committee commitee of Tammany ammany Hall lal and for forNaughton forNlghlon
Naughton Nlghlon A Co the contracting Contratng firm frm of ofwhich ofwhich
which Mr McMahon Mc lahon is a member Ho Horecentlysocti Herecenty
recentlysocti recenty Icued red n postponement pOlponfment of twenty twtnt twtntdays
days in II the action acion to cancel cuC1 Egons Eas Ica IC ICJOeph e eof
JOeph Egnn i an mployf of wllllam wllllamH Wiiam WiiamH
H Burke Buke who ho was secretary secrelay of the Vnn VnnWyck YanW
Wyck W ck Dock Dok Board After Alr the election elpton of
1001 101 ho filed led an application applcaton for the lease of a abulkhead ahulkhead
bulkhead between Twentyseventh Tenty eenth and andTlio andTweltyighth
Tweltyighth strtets on thl Norh Rvlr RvlrTh
Tlio Th Erie Fre Railroad Rlrod has hl just bought a block blocknear blok blokI
near I I thoro for a freight yard and that fact factwould fac
would olid make this bulkhead bulkhe valuable Egan Egangot Egangol
got a throe I h 1 years yel lense lenseThe lelA lelATIle
The minutes rlnut of the t he Dock Dok Board were erA atrr atrrwnrd atr atrwarll
wnrd falsified fllsllld it Is I alleged aleged so 0 an I to make maketho makeIhe
tho leoso Illn for thirty Ihlry yrars VMI instead lnlfad ofthree ofthreeand oflre
and Ind thn t hf lease leae was Wi changed ehangf so 10 as to o cover coverTwentyninth covcrIhe
Ihe Illkhead betwfen Tlntylghlh and andTwentyninth
Twentyninth streets it having havingclosed ben dls dlser
closed that the Erie had bought thn block Iluk Ilukfllthfr i ifurther
further er fllthfr up instead Iltpad of that first flt indicated indicatedfrom Indllated IndllatedThl
Thl reltll fgure In the Ipae wero chanlfd chanlfdfrom
from 1250 25 to S75 750 The Corporation Corpraton Coun Counnol
nol 01 in his hi suit alleges alpee that the lease Irle is worth worthupward orth orthupward
upward of S2O 20000 a 1 year yearMichael yearMlchufI
Michael MlchufI Egan Elan who is I a 1 lawyer Ilwr with of offices ¬
fices 1 j at 271 Broadway got a lease for thn thnWosl t hf
Wosl Thirtyninth hlrvninlh street trl pier at a small smallfigure slal
figure 1gur after nftEr A C Chenowith Cpnowith had offered offereda orprAd orprAda
a much larger price plc for the thf leao leal Kgan Kganiiays gan ganJlays
iiays S12 1250 a year yea Mr Chenowith Ghenowlh got a aIrate aJro
Irate 8570 under lndeI tho I he Low administration admlnlstrlton for
OFFKltElt OPFW11 WAYLES 4LE 930 930For
For 1101 Ills Is SiiRiestlon I1111510n a to Kelt Slttlll line Coal CoalNtrlkr oal oalHlrkt
Ntrlkr Hlrkt Mitchell lehfl Say SayINDIANAPOLIS I Il
INDIANAPOLIS l DUPOIIS Ind June U 10lrt6Idrnt 10lrt6Idrntltchel Prosldpnt ProsldpntMitchell
lies employed here herennd herenld
Mitchell ltchel his employf attorneys alornos
nnd nld nt Wlklnarro VllkesBarro Pa to t defend the thesuit the61h
suit 61h which has been brought by Attorney AttorneyWayles AHorne AHorneWIVIAI
Wayles WIVIAI of New York In which Waylos Waylosnxka avlol avlollk
nxka lk for S0O 200000 for alleged alege suggestion suggestionthat suggllton
that led to the settlement Ieltlement of the anthracite anthracitestrike anthracie anthraciettrile
strike strikeI ttrile ttrileMitchIl
I Mitchell MitchIl sold Id today 10d1Y that tho miners minersI minersbard
I board bard had offered ofered Waylos 50 but he seemed seemedi sleme slemeto
i to wont 200000 200 Ho le ndded nddedMr ndddMr
Mr Way WIII leu came to us with wih a plan lan of ofBOttlement ofstlemnt
BOttlement stlemnt of thn thf strike Itrlk by political poUtcl1 pres pressure plK plKIure ¬
sure Iure He le suggested ugjetod bringing brln hlg nction nctlol under underthn ludpr ludprtho
thn Now 1o York AntiTrust ntTnltt law la against the therailroad tl
railroad rairoad companies cmpanls and framed framC a petition petitionto ptttlon
to send Ild to Chairman Dunn DUln of the II Now NowYork
York Railroad Halrad Commission CommlSion on tho subject subjectIt KubJect
It I prolwbly prhahh required rquird fifteen frpel or twenty twentyminutes fwent fwentminuts
minutes minuts to draw up tho Ih ixtifion rtllon Nothing Nothingwas othln othlnM
was M said fid as a to tho th pay 11 ho Ie should receive receivemid Nclw Nclwe
mid vc e offered ofered S 50 for thn Ih trouble troubJp he had hadtaken hadlaken
taken Ill 1 connection cnnecton with wih our operations operationsamounted oPrltons oPrltonsnmoullld
amounted nmoullld to nothing more mor than that thatNew thll thllNO
New NO York or Tramfer Co CorhiClt
rhiClt niKtrngr from rrildrnre ruld nr or hotel holrllo lo drttlnt drttlntlion dttlna I
lion 101 via Ia LehUh 1rll1 Vallc A lt II I It I trfc dr
f I S fltlAXT FOIt nH ICKlltiSlltFT ICKlltiSlltFTHU I1r I1riia
HU iia Irliml lrlcll un tin Iailtln Iutr Coait Cmlt Name NameHim all allIm
Him fur lliioirtrll III Uutmluc nUlullr Mate MateSAX IaleJ
SAX J DIKOO noo Cil CI June JUII 19The 10 11 IIIIOM IIIIOMannounced 01 01alllUICd
announced alllUICd today tolny that thn U l S Grant Imlt Is a acandidate nIltII11
candidate IltII11 for the Ile Kepuhllcan 1llullc1 nomination nominationfor rlOllltlol rlOllltlolfor
for VlceProsldont VlcoPnlldell next nfxt year yearGrant vell vellOrall
Grant Orall has h18 lioun n resident IEldft of lliis Il oily lly for forinuiiy
inuiiy 111 yours eur is I a 1 lurge IElle properly proplty owner ownerand oWler oWlerawJ
and i > very popular poplilr Atlanticuml t Iu lt 10 uld Puoifio PuoifioHootevelt 1111e 1111eHuolell
Huolell Hootevelt and nd Gram 01011 will wii be 1p tlio rallying rallyingcry rliylug rliyluglI
cry lI of Grants Oraul I friends friendsTho rlelll rlelllIht
Tho Iht Union also prints pruls a 1 communica communication eOllullla eOllulllalion ¬
lion from J Wade McDonald ldmllI who 1110 Is I rocog rocogiilnftl rognb
nb iilnftl I an W thu 1IIIIvrll attorney for 1 S Grant 1lnt sug suggesting slg slgg ¬
g gesting llng in il an IU argumentative atglllntath manner mannerthat Inlnnl
that thlt second 1ecold place IIIll on the thl national lutlolal ticket ticketIn tlcknlII
In II 1004 1I logically Igluly belong IlolrI to I I the II Pacific Pacificloast Plclc PlclcCoalt
loast and with nil due duerespect
suggesting
Coalt I ld tlKge lng wih 11 dlo
respect 11 lwct to ihf thlulhLI > other guntImiiun glhllHICI whose names namesliavti nnUI1
liavti la been hlIIIlluIUI uuiiUonid that Ilal llitro lhlI is I only one oneniAii 01 01IAI
IAI niAii on tho Ih Pacific PEcilc Cuasl 101 t who is I thoroughly thoroughlyavailable Ilurollhly Ilurollhly1nUahIH
1nUahIH available for tho 111 place 1111l and that tlli man nl1 is isUS II
US S Grant < rant of f Sun Diego DiegoJudge Dil
Judge MiDonald 1Dntlll argues arllll that I with wl h solid solidand ltl ltlIlid
and Ilid determined 1rlllfd support 1fIMHt fixmi fro I the t hi Coast Coastthere
there 1111 would l li > e giithered Inl hHtr to Omuls GrMltl Uinner Uinnerevery hUrI I Ielr
every elr delegalo tllpgUIf from frln HIM tl Southern HOlthp States Statesand
and 1111 a I large majority IIol from fWI the Ill Northwest Northwestand orthwllt
and 111 CtMitril C llml Wost 1 logellifr with wih such uh n nrespectable 1
respectable JOluhl following fololng from frol the Middle Middleami ldtl ldtlIHI
ami IHI Knslern En lln Klules Hlut that liii ll nomination nominationllki 10minatiol
llki 11 < that I of Housevt11 rould I oull lx I > made Iwdp by byacclamation ly lyncClaHlton
acclamation acclamationThis ncClaHlton ncClaHltonThll
This Thll afternoon IICIOOI I S Grant o 11 t when wlel asked askedwhether lked lkedwhelhm
whether II I is I lo 0 IMJ considered loni ered that lhll he hl is II u ucandidate Uclltidatu
candidate clltidatu for thu II VicePresidency ceII ldpll on ni n nticket nIleelt
ticket Ileelt with wih Roosevelt BOOStII said saidI 111
I have ha not announced myself
10l UnWIII1 as a n ncandidate acrfHlduto
candidate crfHlduto for the VicePresidential VicePresidentialnomination jIesidlliul jIesidlliulHorllli
nomination Horllli iOl but hi I have Ia f known knownthat klown klownIInl
that IInl somo flt of my IIV friends IliPldl huvo wtoi 1llrlullt tallied talliedthe
the fooling fln that tlal the Ill KiKJIioii iOI ought olght lo come comelo I
lo this Const la 1 and alII that 111 I was II probably Irohlhl as asavnllnbln I Iualahl
ualahl avnllnbln u cumliduti llllllul for il i is any al other othercitlnon otlrcIIIn
citlnon cIIIn of tho Ih section peliI Mr I Roosevelt can cancarry Cln Clnalr
carry alr the thf great rent est I without wlllolillp iheanslilnnco iheanslilnncoof nsIlalCo nsIlalCoof
of n 1 Wlur Vpslurn nninu 1110 and 011 L think ho Ilwll will favor favorsome flor flortrl
some trl Eastern 1ultel man manCiEYKLAXit lal lalIVJ
CiEYKLAXit IVJ SAYS UIi ITS l fMHlt fMHltlloiiuillate lTI1
lloiiuillate Kliir tnr IMiotliiK Him a al Savins
llr lt Uoulil 10111 Not ot llcrntrr Icllllr Iulillo lhle llrr llrrPrlNCFrov Ilr IlrPrNCrWN
PrlNCFrov PrNCrWN N J June Jule IS 1 > KiPresldent KiPresldentdrover xPrPldenl xPrPldenlOrllr
drover Orllr Ckvelnnd when whcl informed of the thealleged thenltld
alleged nltld interview Illenlew with wih him hll as al published publishedby Plhlshed Plhlshedh
by h George M Bailey o Washington Wa8hlngtul corres correspondent lOITI lOITIPldll ¬
pondent Pldll of the thl Qulvttlon Oululon Neicf anil anl copied copiedby plP
by b some 8me New Xe York dallies da WI expiohsed xplld sur surprise SUI SUIprife ¬
prise and Indignation Indignatlol He road Ic1d the full fullncoount ful
ncoount lclnt of the conversation cllHrHation as a > given 4 An by byHuiley uJIlulel
Huiley Ilulel He le declined ulcnd to discuss dihlus the inter interview Intlr IntlrIewpalt ¬
view Iewpalt part by part but gave out Olt for publi publication pubJ ¬
cation catlol tho following folowing statement Htlllpn1 which not notonly notonly
only denies lni that llil the thl conversation nerdatl was held heldwith h ld ldwHil
with wHil tho thl umlorttliiiding Ilrlrlaldlnj that it was WI1 lo be bepublished beIublihlln
published Iublihlln in BaileyV i papor but hit also als state statethat statl statlthat
that It is I grossly ro ly inaccurate and tliat tlat some someof ole oleof
of the statements Hlatmell are Ile without wiholl any an founda foundation foundation ¬
tion
I am al very elv much 11Ch astonished a to see fe such suchan tlch tlchal
an al outcome utCml from om a visit llt to me by b one ole who whoonly whoonly
only gained Ialnld friendly fritldly access IC to me by rea reason re reln ¬
son ln of his being a ropresenUtlve rprplntthe of a paper paperformerly ppr pprI
formerly rormfrlv conducted tndltpr and owned by my mydeceased myea81
I deceased ea81 friend Col 01 Belo and Ild now uo con conducted cn cnducted ¬
ducted by his son sonIdont sonJ
Idont J know whether Mr II Bailey 1ilellntplld 1ilellntplldit intended intendedit
it or 0 not but ho hag given clvenl a very etIIrlntol erroneous erroneousimpression
iuprcblou impression of what occurred between bel ween us usI UI
I ff r I had dreamed dllllcd that he would attempt attemptto lllpt lllptto
to construct olslruet an Il important Interview lul enIew deal dealing < al alIlg ¬
ing Ilg with ini importEnt > orlant subjects 8ubJe oul Olt of what whatwas whatwa
was wa Kiid ld on VI tin I II occasion of his hi visit I would wouldcertainly wouldcertllll
certainly certllll have ha 0 insisted according to my myhabt myhabI
habt upon UpOI its It being then llol nnd there Iher re reduced redld ¬
duced dld to writing wrt In nnd submitted lubmltell to me meInstead meru
Instead ru leAd of 01 gaining Ihl he least lea 1 Intimation Intimationof Inlllaton Inlllatonof
of such an al intention Inlentiol on his hil part his hl first firstwords flt fltwords
words that he knew exPresident exPresidentwas
were Ire thll Il Iwlw an ulexPrlshleut
was wa not lot a person pErl to be Interviewed interlwedand interlwedandhe and andhe
he left lCf me without the least 113st hint that I Ihad rhnl
had hnl boon hCln interviewed Iltnltwpl for publication publicationAll puhlctlol
All AlI I care Clle to add dd is II that the substance substanceof fub anf anfof
of the th interview intrIw as al published publlhe1 i i in some someresjxct omerllJcl
resjxct rllJcl grossly gro ly inaccurate There are arestatements lre lreslltelnts
statements slltelnts In it it attributed alrlbuletl to me that 1 1certainly Icerainly
certainly cerainly would not have mado to a I person personno plISOn plISOnno
no nearer to me and no more In my Y con confidence lOI ¬
fidence ftene than Mr tr Bailey BaileyBnileys Dalr DalrDaieY1
Bnileys DaieY1 interview quoted qltld Mr ll Cleveland Clevelandat Clellld Clelllda
at a considerable length and especially Ipialy in inregard inr
regard r gad to his own 011 views lewJ on al a probable re renomination renomination
nomination for the t hI Presidency in 1904 1904It 1 1H
It Dialed that lhlt Mr II Cleveland CIIelnld said lald 1 have havenot hapno
not no even eel remotely entertained enlellain1 the thought thoughtof
of a desire tclre to reenter public publc life lfe since 8incl I Ileft Ilelt
left Washington Walhington over oel six years Ytarl ago IgO It Italso 1
also ao quoted UOIId him as saying that he wns wnsaware WKRaware
aware that no political Ilolticalleader leader of any an prom promInencfl promInence
Inencfl was WI endeavoring endeaurnl to nominatehlm nominatehlmso nominaldllm
so 10 far as ho had been bpfn advised alhied and that he hedid heIUd
did not anticipate a ntclpat e that t any a lY such effort effortwould Irort Irortwonld
would be made by nny leader leaderSKHYAXT leaderHLI1
SKHYAXT HLI1 HOXT Qt orIT IT HOI IUIU IUIUShe SE SEShe
She Has lal an Epllrptlu Epllptu Ill 11 and ali a Month MonthContract Iontl
Contract ConlraetHo Mo Ihr throml Family CJors CJorsNEW no noXBW
NEW HAVES Conn Juno 19 Mrs MrsCharles lrK lrKChales
Charles Chales Johnson of this thll city el y recently recntly made madea
a trip lrp to New York to got a cook nnd nndshe Ind Indahe
she brought back with wih her Katie Kate Morrison Morrisonwho Morrson Morrsonho
who ho had hat been well wel recommended rtcommended nnd who whowas whowas
was engaged engared for a month monthICatlo I IItlo
ICatlo pleased plea6d the family fami of Mr Ir and ald Mrs MrsJohnson lls llsJohnlon
Johnson Johnlon the first frsl three Ihre days of her stay staybut starhul
but on the fourth roullh day Mrs MJ Johnson JohlKon was wasfrightened val
frightened at hearing a strange Ilranll noise in the thekitchen thekichen
kitchen kichen and on entering found fmld her new newservnnt newsermn
servnnt sermn stretched on the floor in II an epi epilentic ApiIcntie
lentic fit
When h n she Ihe and hatie had recovered Mrs MrsJohnson l
Johnson told the girl glrllhllu1t she must gobut go but Katie Katierefused Katlorefuled
refused refuled paying that as al she was under con controct conlrct
troct lrct for a month she would wOlld remain until untilher Ult
her time tme was wal up Mr Johnson wns as then thencalled thpncalId
called calId in II and he demanded letdcd that tha Katie 1llle leave leaveat leaAl
at l once which hlch she shf refused rfuRr to do Then Thenwages Thenhe
he laId her he wOlld psy hr hll monhf
wages wa pl If she ho would go hut Katie said lid she shewould sie siewould
would not 10 bribed bribedTho hrbed hrbedTh
Tho Th City Cl y Attorney AlomI wns then 1 hfn called Rlpd In by
Mr II Johnson but he said that the law up p ¬
held Katie Kate in her stand Ho hinted how however ¬
ever 111 that sho might might be enticed elllCd from the thehouse Ihehouse
house and then roadmlttance rCadmltance bo hererusd hererusdher refused refusedher
her Knlie Jnte said that tit shn was hired to do dotho dothn
tho work for that hoiiM hOI foro month and that i ishe IIhe
she Ihe would not stir ftl her foot out olt of It until untilher unti I
her time waa up upToday upod
Today od Mr and Mrs Johnson JohnRol began to topnck
pack up preparatory preprtory to moving lolng into another anotherIIOUKC anotherhoue I
IIOUKC and lenving laving Kntio Kto In tho one vacated vacatedCnlil ac31edColt
I
Cnlil Colt Alilerumnlc Iderlknic llaiUw 1111 No o Sir SirTho iiI
Tho Aldermens requost requ0 for an appr appro approprint
prlllion print Ion to give each Iach of them n gold Iolr badge badgeof
of office once 50 O per pfr badge cnme liefore htfor8 the theBoard the theBoard
Board of Estimate Ftmate yoMrrday Otprda Mayor Low Lowmoved 10 10mo1
moved that it be bf riled td nnd It was Wi This Thismeans ThlmE1M
means mE1M that thlllhe the Aldermen Alrermel will 1 not get llhell their theirgold
gold badges badgesturnIt hldgl hldgl10rnlCo
10rnlCo turnIt Coroalne Corolnl 1111 111 dandruff dan rl allays alita Irrita Irritation 1111 1111lon ¬
tion lon Aitr < and r niemntr a lirnllh h lh growth rwth ot me Ih llalr llalrAitr lalr lalrr
ASSASSIN CAUGHT NEAR CZAR CZARIII CZARIlJW1
III IlJW1 MOHS Oh 1 A t AT rntlI T KM IT TO 10 KILL KILLHCSSIAX 1 11
HCSSIAX l iSII nr RUU RUU1llel IKK IKKIollcr
Iollcr 1llel HM Slhllu lo HP II Tr rlnllo > lnc lo k 1 > rp IP Knuv1 Knuv1Mice Inol
Mice 1111 or the tie Affulr flir Ironi lrul Him 1m HOIHUKO HOIHUKOllr 1tIU 1 1I
llr I Was Mlioh 11 Affected t111 It tl hi1 llrlErailr llrlErailrSliirilfri Olllrale OlllralelrlrraSIlllet
Sliirilfri lrlrraSIlllet Siwiirct In II Military llla I l nrM nrMI nrM8ptcl rm rmSprcil
8ptcl Sprcil Ci Iblt W llUfiilti fpr la THE Tit KCS KCSLONDON 1CI
LONDON rO DO June Jun iO A despatch dl path lo Ihe IhellrI1 lie lieMurnlng
Murnlng llrI1 Leader lflte dated llIId Moscow June Junl 17 17Hays 17KIK
Hays KIK Iliat Ilul reports rtpolls wont then Ihll current clrrent that thatHII 1111 1111I
HII I attempt Ilelnll upon th lie lift lrt of the Czar wns wnsonly waMunly
only prevented pleenlld at lt lhc I hl > lst Id t inoinent mOmllt tlni tlnioilier t I Iuther
oilier dayat Tsarskoe ar lw Seloon H lonl tlio Ih eve 1 of ofthe orthl
the thl departure llpatul of I lie h court OUlt for fil the I h imperial imperialvilla Impr1 Impr1ila
villa ila at I New Peterhoff PeterhoffThe Pltcrhof
The ht assassin al > lln attempted IlmnlltllO lo gain gaillee access to toI toIhl
I Ihl lie presence lrfstIWl of hU hi Majesty 11 < ly In inlh Urn unlfurin unlfurinof Illfoll Illfollof
of u superior iIPlJ officer olcPI of ilio III gendurmeriH gendurmeriHiliero g ldrel
There la I much Iwch mystery I > IIY about abolt tlie alTuIr alTuIrYl atul atulwhich
which Yl > lch IIUH lu botn hushed hlahld up for VI fear flal of Its Itscoining 111 111coming
coining to the knowledge nowlgp of the lh Vnr AI who whoIs whuI
Is I salj 81t to liuvM IIU II been II in a highly hllhl nervous nervousstale lelOIM lelOIMIute
stale Mince IIHe the Belgrade IraLe butchery butcheryIhe
Th Ihe corrtnpondent eIITI plllell dencrilies detcri11 a conver conversation cOIer cOIerttlnl ¬
sation ttlnl lie I had with two university 111llHy pro professor pruf ¬
fessor f UI who knew 10t1 of thu attempt atelpt biiliK biiliKiniidn 1i1K 1i1Kmndp
iniidn and ali f rl nut lrllpl rated but bllild did not 101 know kioI the theIttall til tilIItIal
IItIal Ittall They said id It i would woud be l bolter IhJlel nut nutto lul lullu
to discuss dittI the lil Incident ilwldlt jiinl 11 now nowOne nowOnl
One Onl of thtt th professors usseitid uteltl L that I hii he helearned he1IIIIle
learned 1IIIIle dlnnlly diltv from frl n 1 nicmher Iwmhe of the theImporial Ihl
Imporial Imllral entourage ntouu 1 that Ihl the t ht Czars < zarh per perturbation pertlhlliun ¬
turbation tlhlliun over 111 the Belgrade Jllllde catastrophe catastrophearose llu1trophe llu1tropherOle
arose rOle from frnl the terrifying fuel that Ihlt the theregicldus I hu hurelcldet
regicldus relcldet were wer military miltar offlrorx offlrorxAbout ukll1
About hout the th personality Isolaily of the IWII nwui who whoattempted wll wllaIPle1
attempted aIPle1 to assassinate albsJlull the Czar ut T Tlr TlrkoeHlo nix nixkoeSelo
koeSelo koeHlo nothing uuthilg has yet et transpired I rilllre anil anilif all allI
if I the thl police IJlte mid IIHI Minister lnllhI of the Interior Interiorcan Ilteror Ilterorcal
can cal prevent IHHP11 the matter InalI from rrr becoming becomingpublic IWtolllg IWtolllgpublc
public him publc nothing 10lhing more IIr IK I Ilkuly lkely lo I lt K > heard of ofhim ofhll
himA hll
A cipher telegram lelegrll of Inquiry Inqliy received receivedfrom refi ee
from flom Kieff Klft shows howl that it I report of tho at al tempt temptreached emplrenchId
reached renchId that Ihll city ciy and Odeisa Odlu last lust Tuesday Tuesdaynight uu da danihl
night During the I hI last IUlt three t days lay thu thupalace I he hepii
palace pii ace guard gUld haw ha been doubled doublEt but in insuch Inuch
such uch a 1 manner Ilnner ax I not to attract atract the atten attention IIn IIntlol ¬
tion tlol of the tlp Ctal CtalThe Var VarTho
The Ltmltry lraderl tory lor U i not corroborated corroboratedand orroorltpd orroorltpdand
and it I appearu RPptll to be I one of the Ihl periodical periodicalrumors perodll
rumors 1101 which whill have ha e len 11 frequently frlqlII I falsi falsified falift ¬
fied ft in II the 111 pant pantWELCOME pl1 pl1tIftl
WELCOME tIftl FOIt 1Ol Of Wi It SQIAIHtOX SQIAIHtOXKiiflaml tUJW tUJWtliialt
Kiiflaml tliialt Prrparlin rlpalll a Warm arl irrcllng irrcllngKins Irlfll
Kins llli lo CJIvp II n lllnnrr lllnnrrXptrlul Unnrr Unnrrptl
Xptrlul ptl CiiW bl Drspntrh pntlh la TttK TnI Mix MixLONDON 11
LONDON Io oo Juno 18 10Prppaallonl Preparations are be being 1 ¬
ing inl made at Portsmouth PortAmoltl to give gl a hearty heartywelcome helrl helrlIome
welcome Iome to h the Ih American mlrcal squadron lluadrn which whichU
U expected pXJeced to arrive arro there thelp on olJII July 1 There Therewill Therewi
will wi be the customary clstllaly exchange eXllonee of salutes salutesand llulrA llulrAald
and ald vliillH vliillHOn lllls llllsOn
On July Jul 8 I Hpij tear Admiral Cotton Colol and ant the theprincipal theprncipul
principal prncipul officer ofcorl of the squadron qualon will lilOlle lilOlleto come cometo
to Jx Jldol > ndon and a tl attend atlnd a State tate bull hal to which whichthe whichIh
the Ih King Klnj will wl Invite 1IIe them and ald they will willbo wil wilbe
bo guests gUIltH of the King nt 11 dinner on 01 July 9 9On I
On 01 the name tme day da n dinner dllnpr will H be given jlen to toSOO toof
SOO of the American MIrlc petty officers otcrl and ald sea seair sa
11 ir i on hoard haI the old threedecker tbreker Duke Dukeof Dukeof
of Wellington Wplncton In Portsmouth Porsmolth harbor harborAmbassador ha ho 1
Amu8sdol Ambassador Choate Choale will H give gle a dinner In Inhonor Inholll
honor holll of If Admlril dnlral Cotton Cot 1 and his officers officersut omvr omvral
ut the 11 embassy on July Jil 10 10Sir 10HiI
HiI Sir William Wllal Dupree Dupre Mayor of Ports Portsmouth Pvrt10lth ¬
mouth 10lth has hat written wrlffl to Admiral Cotton Coton in inviting InIting ¬
viting him hll to attend allnd a reception at the thetown lhelowl
town lowl hall hat on July 11 1 I and asking aslcng him to toallow t
allow alow 800 100 of the crow 11 of the thl squadron quad 101 to toattend 10atpll
attend atpll a luncheon IUlcheol and Bld theatre aw the th guests guestsof gupIIs gupIIsof
of the thl municipality municipalityFrench Ilnldpalil IlnldpalilFrnch
French Frnch naval n 1 1 I officers otcer will share in the thefeMtivltlefi Ile Ilef
feMtivltlefi f 1 ivllf a the French Frolch squadron that thatwill
will 1 escort IFrrt President 11 lcent Ixwbet Iulet to England Englandwill Englandwit
will arrive Dover Jul B and will
wit at on July wi go gothence goIh
thence Ih nc to Portsmouth Portslouth The British lrli h Chan Channel Chal ¬
nel ntl and home fleets fets will wi also al o be at Splthead SpltheadThere Spi head headThll
Thll There will 1 be le accordingly an al irn lnpoHlng lnpoHlngInterallonal o ing inginternational
international naval
Interallonal naa display displayTO displuTO
TO srrionr lIIOn1 Tin 1 1 aoin n STAXHAHU STAXHAHUllrclnlnn iT 1 t Ill IllUIIIRtiln
llrclnlnn or Brltlh rommlllre After AfterAnirrlaaii 11 11l1Ilrlom
Anirrlaaii Communions tOIllIllI loll Visit VisitS hlt
S 1 fu Cable Diipateh In TDII fa Xvx XvxIONDON iU iUIoSDON
IONDON June 19 IIIThe The American Mone Monetary MOlletary ¬
tary Commission Comrnl8 lloll > will start for Paris to tomorrow 10IIInlm ¬
morrow morning The members of the thecomnilsblon theOlI1l11ll1bloll
comnilsblon are very WI much gratified by h their theircordial theircordial
cordial reception in England They Jhl se secured 8ecured ¬
cured from the British Government all the thesupport theIupporl
support they Ihe expected for tho project of ofgiving otRhlng
giving stability to the monetary systems systemsof Ielllll Ielllllof
of the Ih varlotiH lIrlOU nations tiling u lng silver silverThe lIiIrTIle
The British Hrlti 1I committee has agreed to torecommend 10rpcol1unend
recommend to tho Government that It sup support up upporI ¬
port thu Ih principle of the Introduction of the thegold theloltl
gold standard in silverusing countries on onthe 011Ihe
the basis of silver coin of unlimited legal legaltender legllltenrler
tender power with ith a fixed gold value valueThis alllefhlll
This recommendation will ho made on the theground theground
ground that such a system will promote the thedevelopment thtdeelopmenl
development of silverusing siheru lnl countries and andstimulate andstimulate
stimulate the trade of the nations using usinggold ullinggoltl
gold goldGreat
Great Britain showed the utmost desire at atevery atevery
every step in the negotiations to grant granteverything granttvtrythlnlt
everything to the I he American commission commissionwhich Nlmml81110nwhich
which wa Wll consistent with public policy policyEXtlllSH polly1I1IU7n41
EXtlllSH 1I1IU7n41 THA1S LOXd 10 FAST 11 1 1Iol if V Vfor
for 2 110 O 14 Silled In S Hour anil anlllN IS Min lIn ¬
utes Without I 1I0ut a Stop Stopsprr Sloppabl
sprr pabl l fallr Dupaleli JltI Qr1 In Tin MN MNLONDON 11 11LosnoN
LONDON June IB IOA A train on tho Jxnulon Jxnulonand loudonand
and Northwestern Railway convoying tho thomembers IhlmembE11I
members of thn International Telegraph TelegraphConference TICglahConferencP
Conference from London lo Glasgow ran ranfrom ranfrom
from London to Carlisle a distance of 28fll 28fllmiles 2011 2011mlllH <
miles in 5 hours and 68 mimiten Il nuteH without withoutstopping wlthoUllopping
stopping lopping It is said aid that thatthl this Is i the worlds worldsrecord worldsrlOld
record recordriiE rlOldtHF
riiE HOYS o cor PATCH n11 Kit KitIatil 1Ital1
Iatil al1 a llrl pri 4 11 Uall GamrUIItfIMI tamr Urlrrlnl Cov Covrrrd o otrrll
rrrd WHIi IJiwt and Clndrn ClndrnBOSTON ClnelllIBOlTo
BOSTON June JIITI 1BA 19 frenk hrt on 01 the theHarvardVale th thllarmrdr1Ie
HarvardVale Kill nntno ywterday wn wnmode 1nmotJe
mode by two tw Yale tll students who gave the thonames thenamlll
names of H M I lilies Jltl and It P NicJiols NicJiolsThoy i ilhCy
Thoy mado thc bet with two 0 Harvard men menthe lilt i ithe
the iofrers lo erfl to rido rid on thn cow co rtitcher of tho thoHaverhlll i
Haverhlll express train from Hoitr instn n lo lollaverhill I IlIaelhill
llaverhill which left Boston at 11 IS I IIM IIMniglit
I
niglit niglitRuss IIlghtRU
Russ RU and VichoU M fdwl J in geiting j jon I
on tho front of the engiii in the North Sii Siilion <
lion without helng detected detectedIn detecllIn
In the Ih smoking car aI next to the engine enginewas lIliIlOWI
was WI a part party of ° f Hnnaid and Yale Yal Ktitdents Ktitdentswho
who went along to nee CP that the th Yalo 1110 men menpaid mellI1lrl I
paid the bet betA
A the train wan 111 passing 113 lnp tho signal house j I
in Somnrvllle HOII nIIIE an operator saw the III men on j j
the cow catcher and telegraphed to tho thoMlllden > j jMnlden
Mnlden station to have the train stopped stoppedand
and a policeman on hand hantlo to arrest nrrr 1 Ihe he m ti tiThe llflu I
The train was stopped at Maiden and thn thntwo
two Yale students were we found covered with withdust lth lthdllllt
dust and cinder They wtre not arrested arrestedUcl I
Ucl 1 tht HIt HabitL vdi Ad
HITCH II 1 SlKfS VIIt M UtlIl1IlHI UtlIl1IlHIa Ad 1ST HATH HATHraoe
raoe a for Illi III Removal llrady tnd lint Not Notlif SuilIIlntldI
lif lIIlntldI rnlMl lllv iliih ltlll After Hirer Hirerlint 111111Hilt
lint for u hitcli in the proceedings the thenature thllIature
nature of which those having knowledge knowledgeof
of them would not dit Ilheo > clo > e charges would wouldImvn wnuhlha
Imvn ha n been Hied with the I he Appellate VII Division VIIsloll ¬
sion yesterday againm aaln one of the throe throeCity Ihl1City
City Magistrates who have 1111 M MI tho sub subject IlIhj ¬
ject j ct of Invtgilgatluii 1I11 II utloll by the City Cil Club re recently Ierently ¬
cently centlyJampK rentlyJame
JampK Jame V Pryor > 101 Fulton McMahon 1l lallon and andC IIlIdG
C P lilaney who IIU saw District Attorney AttorneyJerome lOIII lOIIIJfrollll
Jerome on Thursday Thurdu have in hand the theaccusalloni thl1IllIulilillon
accusalloni against three I hlf Magistrates Magistrateswhom hKI tllIll tllIllwhom
whom the AppelliitK Division I il ioll will he I asked askedlo
lo remove removeThe 111110 111110The
The complaint again one UII of the three threewaa IhlloWilli
waa all ready lIad AH 14 the Iii Appellate 1111111 Division Divisionadjourned DiIl lon lonuciJoullled
adjourned yesterday until October Oct 01 the theMagistrates tilllu
Magistrates lu i tr1ll are not likely likel to Imotisedlna Imotisedlnahurry 1m ollHld III IIIhurlY
hurry hurryIn
In the rnsu of Magistrate lalht 1110 Ulndale who whoIIUH wllohUll
hUll been hl Incapacitated by slcjimich trouble troubleIt 11011111II
It in said thitt If his > physician advises adi I him himhe hllllIn
In t hI fall I hilI he nllllol rPl 11111 10 I h Itllclt Itllclthe
he will resign resignTO rfJsl rfJsl1t
TO in n 1II1W AHKI > nut nutDate H01llIlWI H01llIlWIUalf
Date nf XeBrops Keulliin ulhm lleil ItJ ItJlxlirtina II III
lxlirtina I 111 III Supreme Court CourtMouilK t 111 111IJII
MouilK IJII Ala Jiin IIII i 10 Two Jnfftrson Jnfftrsoncounty JIIr oll ollIUIIIII
county IUIIIII negroes 111101 will be hanged in Hirining Hirininghaui Hllluillgh1
h1 haui III on Aug fur robbry Only mm mmperson olinpelun
person has been hanged in Alabama for fOIl I his hiscrime hilicrimI
crime lie was > a negro negroWill nlgrnWill
Will Judson alias Williams and Will WillJones WillJoneR
Jones held John II Mnssir 1M I a merchant merchantlit
lit the point of pistol while they Ih robbed robbedhis
his cash II h drawer of Sli 17 They weru con convicted 011 ¬
victed and a 1111 sentenced to 1 be h hanged The Thecase Ill Ill1S6
case was appealed to I If h Supreme Court Courtwhicji CnllrlwhlrJl
whicji loduy tolilt affirmed lh lower low courts courtsdecision 01111 b bdeIlnli
decision and fixed tho I he day for execution executionCIKHKS IXtCllllolIIfItIi
CIKHKS AS MOTOHli MOTOHliMembers 1OHtWflIIhlrs
Members of oinpaiiro Ifflti Korce 011 linn linnfar 111111p
far p r In Illelinuinil IllelinuinilRICIIXONH
I IJlICJIIOSI
RICIIXONH Va II June ID With 11 II well welldressed 111 111dres14d
dressed young men at the helm the Rich Richmond Hidlmond ¬
mond Passenger and Power Company Companystarted tulllpa1Hlarted
started out seven of its curs this morning morningand mornIngamI
and succeeded In keeping them running runningthrough mn lng lngIhrullgh
through the I lie day da Kach car ar carried a police policeman polleman ¬
man and the streets lit II wore alive 1111 with blue bluecoats uillel1tll
coats coatsThis > l1tll l1tllThill
This show of force overawed the dis disorderly dlsordprly ¬
orderly clement which yesterday IlerdayattaekAtJ IlerdayattaekAtJtlie attacked attackedthe
the cars alIIlInd and not a missile was thrown thrownthough thrownIhollgh
though the crien 111 of scab and thief thiefwere thiefwere
were raised liy II women and boys as IIlIlhe the cars carswent elllSwent
went by byThe h hThe
The emergency elller ellcy motonneri and con conductors conductal ¬
ductors are members of the office force of ofthe ofIh
the Ih company and belong to the best bestfamilies belltfamilies
families They volunteered to run the thecars Ihearll
cars arll to brace up thu I he courage oUIIIII of thu t he men menimported menImportd
imported here hel Their success was com complete om om111t ¬
plete and later in the day the strangers strangerstook htranglrslonk
took charge
HOY fHOWXS 1IW OV 1HISH I nr MAYOR MAYORGrammar 114 rOR rORIraUllllar
Grammar Brlieol Pupil Will Not Avctpt AvctptDiploma AcctptIIPlorua
Diploma from rom One OneCAMBRIDGE lineUIIIRIDOt
CAMBRIDGE UIIIRIDOt Mims June 19 Jenaller Rather than thanaccent thanaol1t
accent bis diploma from the hand of Mayor MayorMnNainex olaor3lcXarnlfl
MnNainex Irwin C l fand < oud a member of the thegraduating IheIIllIdllllting
graduating class Ialls of I he Wellington elllll Ion Gram Grammar OrSlmIUIIr ¬
mar School of Cambridge stayed away awayfrom awayfmm
from the graduating jltladuaf IlIg exercises of his ilass ilasswhich las8 las8which
which were hold yesterday afternoon afternoonMayor
Mayor McNomee said today Tnless Tnlessthe tnlfssIhe
the l IlOr > oy receives that diploma from the thehands thehands
hands of an Irish Mayor of Cambridge he hecannot hecsnllol
cannot receive Ipcp 1 it at all allThe 111The
The Mayor heard previous pre OIlB to I he graduat graduating gradllatIng ¬
ing exercises that I there was one boy 110 in inthe InIhA
the school who had said he would not accept acceptn
n diploma from the Irish Mayor Young YoungIotid YOUIIIJIOIIII
Iotid WBB II not there when the diplomas diplomaswere
were given g pn out The Mayor tl1or has Ihe lie slie4 slie4skln she4tJskin >
skin now and is waiting for the graduate graduateto
to come and take It from his hand handAtFKCTfi handUrEtTi
AtFKCTfi TKAS T I I LKaiSITVHK LKaiSITVHKIcRlilatitri IIWIM Tlll Tlll111lalllrl
IcRlilatitri Sot ot lrclilalom IVIirn They TheyHeroine Tllf TllfHetollle
Heroine Iiolarl Notaries Public PublicAUSTIN PublictIIlIN
AUSTIN tIIlIN Te June 19 A member of ofthe ofthe
the Legislature vacates his office when he heaccepts Ireaccepts
accepts the appointment and qualifies a ftI a anotary alIotal
notary lIotal public according ae to an opinion ren rendered ¬ I
dered today by b AttorneyGeneral Bell BellThis BellThlR
This Is a very ery Important opinion in view viewof ew ewuf
of the fact that about sixtynine members membersof
of the present legislature were appointed appointednotaries appolnlednotarftI
notaries publicand public and of that I number about aboutfifty aoolllfift
fifty fift have qualified qualifiedIn
In the Ih event of nn extraordinary txl mordlnarv session sessionof
of thn 1I1111flf Legislature lttllrt those Iho meml nwmllftrll > ers who ho have havequalified hlloqualtJtd
qualified ns nllllolrit notaries cannot serve and their theirsuccessors theirSllC
successors SllC R90r would have Irll p to be elected at atspecial utBpeclaJ
special elections electionsState ellctlonMIV
IV I OF U1ll U1llStal
State Stal I DtnartmriilKajG UlllIrt ItIlntlia IIIIR Illstoimmmlcalloiis IllstoimmmlcalloiisFrom Ollllllllnicallon OllllllllnicallonIrulII
From China llar lIa llrrn Accurate AccurateWASHINGTON IIlIrateWA
WASHINGTON WA IIt > TON June IB 1911 It is i said at atthe a athe
the State Department as Il a mere matter matterof
of justioo to Mr Conger the tnited Stales StalesMinister Sial SialMlni
Minister Mlni ter to China that all of his communi communications communicatlonR ¬
cations on the thllllbjCt subject of our treaty ne negotiations negollallons ¬
gotiations in China have been absolutely absolutelyaccurate ah80lutlyaccUfalt
accurate and supported by indubitable indubitableproofs Intllluitahleproofs
proofs received by h mall
STKHAHT l MOItlllVS IlACKf IlACKfKrnrwrtl 11111tflIeItI
Krnrwrtl Talk ot the IvSrnalor t lIator In llcail llcailllir
llir 111 County lIlInt Cnminlttre Cnminlttrei nmlllitt rl rlI
i I No president of the Now 1o ow Yorlc Republican RepublicanI
I County Committee has yet been 1 selected selectedand eletedalld
and it was said Id last In 1 night that I it looks now nowns no I
ns if the matter might drift for some line tilnlTherr lineThere
There was talk that the Republicans might mightreturn mightretum
return to theirfirst lhllI 11rslloe love the Hon II Uspenard UspenardStownrt pellllnl pellllnlStewllrt
Stownrt the gentlemen first mentioned mentionedafter lIIentlonodafter
after President Robert C Morris handed handedin
in his ro iiKnation > to the Executive Com Committee CommiUff ¬
mittee which haH not yet Ion accepted acceptedSunntor
Sunntor l nalol Platt and Oov 00 Odoll hnd a little littletalk littletal
talk tal at tho Fifth Avenue enlle Hotel vrster vrsterdny
dny lIa but neither is saying very PlY much now nowadays ¬
adays Gf course It will all come out nt ntthe 01proplr
the proper time timeriXCIIElP tlmrPItIIIW
riXCIIElP IX THIIHHIIKIE CHI CHlSII Sll SllVIIIIIPII
VIIIIIPII Complain mlllnill lo llir tI Roller Tliat Thry Thryllmr 1hl
llmr llrrn Annojnl AnnojnlLa 11110 Id
La La1 t overling in the ru u h hour at the theBridge
Bridge several women told Policeman PolicemanSchlelp POiCIJI1I1IIkJhlelp
Schlelp that a wellclrv wclldrled sed man had pinched pinchedthem
them while they Ih were trying tr in lo board cars carsThe carThe
The policeman J1ollceml1nlIutiflC1 notified Detectives 1 l loIIullr loIIullrIk1l1l1afJd auter auterIkiun
Ikiun Ik1l1l1afJd and Median who watched thu I he crowd crowdFinally cruwdFinllll
Finally Finllll a woman who was alMtit to crl crlon
on a Smith street car III called 11111 < 1 for help The Thedetectives TIlldNe I
detectives dNe < th1I chneed ha pd the man ohe he pointed at atand aland
and ho ran rnllllp up Park row and escaped Later Laterthey Latrt
they t arrested James Murphy of 85Madison 85Madisonstreet 113
street who WOK said to have Insulted sev several se seIral ¬
eral women womenVulrllarriird womnntIIarurd
Vulrllarriird float Hue t New N London I
lunr Iun ZSIh IAU1 I IlUcurMon I Illilr
lUcurMon llilr lon llrkftv lr rt Icrlmllnc I l arlor rlnr cur r I t tnn i ion
nn fiK OII A M r tmln Irnm Or Oland nrt c lnlul > nlr l SKtlon SKtloncolrt
colrt and nd on M Allfrl1 rl l train rctumlnr tinn F Fciirtlon rx rxIre
ciirtlon Ire Ion tickets KOOI 1t000d onlv onl In ronchcv rOA h K7S On OnMP j
MP 1 nt Ronm No o S Or flrand nd CrnlrM Elation Iallo N V
x it lc it n ri tnr dr
I UNCLE SAM WILL GET HIS HISSHIP SHIPS SHIPSAX
AX It 1111 IT ILL XOT 01 HI lit KCKWAIIY KCKWAIIYTO
TO i 11 yi FOIICH FOIICHDill
Dill 11 litMire rrnlltom l ARMnM J IIt los Kliollld KliollldII
II He Held Tlul 11111 the th Ship hlPtl Are AreAvuls rl rlh
Avuls h lls or the llullilrniThe Attorney Attorneyliriieril tonlr tonlr1IIIer1
liriieril llrmonstrates I Thnt Frteral FrteralIrniierly denllrallPrt
Irniierly I Mxeinnt I tl1I111 From rom Srlir SrlirHill 1711fr
Hill Ihr lUrlxr ami tlio Irtllrr 8111 8111Hold
Hold the t nllnl nllllhllld iicl Chaltanoocii ChaltanoociiWASIIIVOTON aUanoClWA
WASIIIVOTON WA IIIUIOS June lOAttoineynen lOAttoineyneneral IOUorn lffln lfflnIrul
eral Knot read to thn Pnmtdeut and tiic tiicCabinet tbeCub
Cabinet Cub llll today tolIl1 an opinion prepared by byhim byhim
him on the th quest qU Itioll > ion of the right or OrthA the Chan Chancery Cha Chael ¬
cery el Court at Richmond Va a to Issuo IlIlIu1O IlIlIu1OInjunction til tilinjunction
injunction against launching the thoend cruUir cruUirRalvpHton r rJallIlilon
RalvpHton which had Iwen under 1II1dprco co costniciion
stniciion IIUUII iOIl by h the t hI defunct fllllct William R Trlf Trl TrlComplln t tCompany
Company Mr fl Knox Kilnttd out ou that h I Itfrffunt i f fterferenoe
terferenoe with Federal Fcdo Ill I property wi I IfnrlJldcII ft ftforbidden
forbidden and all that wns In necessary ne eHql ry f rIh r rthe
the Ih lovernment < to do to rnlali > compleft compleftlegal COmPIEIAIgal
legal powirsslon of the irivcstoTt was wasarrange
arrange a stlpulat ion or indemnifying bom bomto h J
to insure uiidltors against loss should I It Itle IthI
le lield that the naval VCHSP I sll was as11I1 an a aet aetof ti tiof
of I lll lira TrigK ojiiijiany ojiiijianyIt CJIIIJIlIIIt
It is 1l1dr understood looli that Mr fl Knox nox bad origi originally ¬
nally 111111 piibsed uon UpOIl the qm14lon iistlon of the right rightof
of the Government to use lI e armed foreeto foreetoprlul forM to toprevent
prevent Interference with he IIt GalyeiiloTi GalyeiiloTiunder Cl lr flJrl flJrlIIlId1
under orders from a Stain of municipal municipalcourt municipalOlllt
court taking the affirmative atf rmathe view vie jbut jbutsubsequently but butiIlUsffjUpIIII
subsequently rewrote this portionof 101110 his hisopinion
opinion so u to say that such a coursQT as asnot
not necessary necessaryIn
In viev of Mr KIIOXK opinion wliich was wasindoivid
indoivid by the President and the Cabinet Cabinetafter
after a long and earnest discussion the theUnited
United States District Attorney for tif tifFJiHlern
FJiHlern District of Virginia will be diroted dirotedto
to enter into a stipulation in the Chancery ChanceryCourt
Court of Richmond to Insure creditors of ofthe
the Trigg company against loss and to tocanst
canst a revocation of tho injunction injunctionagainst
against the Galvcston The case then will willf
> f ciirii to a Federal court to determine determinewhether
whether the claims of the creditors can canlie
lie against tho Jalveston and the revenue revenuecutter
cutter and river dredge which were also alsobeing
being built at the yard yardA
A similar course of action will be pur pursued ¬
sued to prevent State Interference with withthe
the cruiser Chattanooga which was seized seizedlast
last night by the Sheriff at Kliabethport KliabethportN
N J o satisfy a claim against Iewis Nixon Nixonwho
who U building the vessel for the Govern Government ¬
ment The United States District Attorney Attorneywill
will give the necessary surety to take the thecuso
cuso to a Federal court courtCabinet
Cabinet officers and officers of the Xavy
Department said this evening that there therewould
would be no occasion to use force or even evento
to make a nominal show of force to retain retainFederal
Federal possession of the Galveeton the theAttorneyGeneral
AttorneyGeneral having demonstrated demonstratedthat
that the law of Congress was clearly against againstany
any interference with Government property propertyto
to satisfy liens The President and Sec SecGalveaton
Galveaton will be launched on Monday Mondayunder
under the most amicable and auspicious
circumstances circumstancesThe
The AttorneyGeneral in his opinion opinionafter
after reviewing the facts of the case say sayUnder
Under the act of March J 1800 authorizing authorizingthe
the construction of six protected crnrs crnrsthu
thu Nvv Department made a contract trltli trltlireston
reston The contract provided amonrojhrr amonrojhrrthlnr
thlnr that an the work progressed the Gov Govcrutnent
crutnent should have a lien for payments paymentsmade
made that the Government lien should be beparamount
paramount that upon failure of the company
to BO forward with the work the Secretary Secretaryfelted
felted that In tho event of such failure and andforfeiture
forfeiture of the contract aad after certain certainadministrative
administrative proceedings the title to tn tnvessel
vessel ut nnr stage of work should vrst in tho thoInlted
Inlted States and that the vessel should b bsurrendered
surrendered by the company so that the theGovernment
Government niivht proceed forthwith to it itcompletion
completion completionThe
The ccmpanr has gone Into the hinds of ofreceiver
receiver under State laws Subsequently Subsequentlythe
the contract win duly declared forfeited forfeitedand
and the United ntutra took possession of the thevessel
vessel by its officers and it is now proposed proposedto
to launch her on or about the Iflth mat pre preimratory
imratory to completion by thn United Stattx StattxThe
The amount of tha payments made under underthn
thn contract Is 100851445 100851445It
It appears that curtain Hen clnimans and andnuitPrlal
nuitPrlal men object to this course that thry thrychallenpn
challenpn tho excluslvcness of the Govern Government ¬
ment title and the priority of Its Hen anrt anrtInMxt
InMxt on the receivers possession and thn thnJiirlRdicllon
JiirlRdicllon of thx State tribiinnl The qtle qtletlou
tlou of IHW IK whether the Inlted States is isIrtrull
Irtrull entitled to proceed as proposed proposedThe
The AttorneyGeneral says that in his hisopinion
opinion the case Is ruled by Section 3751 3751of
of the Revised Statutes which enacts enactsWhenever
Whenever any property owne > d or held heldby
by tho fulled State or In which the > United UnitedStates
States have or claim an Interest shall In any
judicial proceeding under the laws of any
State district r Territory be selzertar selzertarreMeil
reMeil nttHched or held for the security or ornHTIsfiirllon
nHTIsfiirllon of any claim made mriiinut auih auihiirnperty
iirnperty the Seoretsry of tho Treasury In
his discretion may direct the Solicitor of the theTreasury
Treasury to iause a stipulation to be en entireil
tireil into by the proper Bistrlct Attorney Attorneyfor
for the llHclmrue of such property from fromsuch
such sciiire iirresl attachment or prooeed prooeedinp
inp t < > the pfteot Hint upon such dlschnrc dlschnrctho
tho person assertlnK thu rlnltn nKilnst such suchiiroperty
iiroperty sliiiil become entitled to nil the
benefits of this and the following lection
Nothing herein contained shall however howeverhe
he considered as recognizing or concedlnu concedlnuany
any rljiht to enforce hy sciure arrest t tBiwlnst
Biwlnst nny property of the United Stntrii Stntriior
or against nny property held owned or em employed ¬
ployed by tha United States or by any depart department ¬
ment thereof for nny public u e or n waiv waiving ¬
ing uny objection to nny proceeding Insti Instituted ¬
tuted to enforce nny such clnlm j jSection
Section 3754 he says provides that in inall
all case where such stipulation is entered enteredand
and the pro > erty dischnrgod and final
judgment is given affirming the claim claimadverse
adverse to the Government for which tho thoproceedings
proceedings were instituted the penton pentonin
in interest shall be entitled to such rights rightsas
as ho would have had In once possession of ofthe
the property hnd not been changed and andthereupon
thereupon If the claim is for thn payment paymentof
of money which is found by said final judg judgment ¬
ment to be duo tho amount shall be paid paidout
out of the Treasury He adds addsThe
The InV thus provide that whenemr the theInlted
Inlted HtatPH owns or hold property or orclaims
claims an Interest therein nnd judicial pro proceedings ¬
ceedings In any court seek to attach and re retnln
tnln thu same the Government may stipu stipulate ¬
late to discharge from the seizure and arrent arrentn
n ml thereupon adverse claims nro fully pro protected ¬
tected The rlirht of H pnrty In ordinary
litigation to renllo on property from attach attachment ¬
ment ution Klvlng a bond for Inrtemnltr l lfiiiiilnmental
fiiiiilnmental That doctrine WHS recoanleil recoanleilIn
In tho debate on the act of liC4 which no noappears
appears In the above sections of the law It ItiiiuiilfiHtly
iiiuiilfiHtly applies with greater force nl nlrnanon
rnanon in a cnxn iiffentlntr the Oovernmeal Oovernmealfarm
farm nalriir than where the Interests nf nflirlvnte
lirlvnte litigations iilone arc Involved InvolvedIt
It In CHOpciHlly slirnlflrant that Section Sectionof
of course a part nf the supreme supremeand
IHW of th and anil binding throughout th thtniiin
tniiin expressly rifuses to recognlw nny nnyrlKht
rlKht whatever to cele or ntlnch property propertynf
nf the Inlted Htfltcs or property held owned ownedor
or employed by it Quite apart from the theNtatute
Ntatute iinil bodiusi of thn nature of the ease easeIt
It Is iiiiposKllilr on primary ground to yield yieldassent
assent nt nil In the idea that any Intni Intniineiiliillly
ineiiliillly of the Government in thle cone conenn
nn instriiincnt of prime linnortanc majr h htaken
taken Into custody and held under any ad adverse
verse iliillinrity whatever This view upplles uppllesin
in my jiiditiiiiit whether the adverse custody custodyshould
should imiitnit to iittirh upon the Instm Instmininlullty
ininlullty as a completrd thing or upon one In InproiiM
proiiM of creation
While however it is not to he doubted
for ii IIIOIIICIM thut the tnited Btite I en entitled
titled to tin iMilltnrlio < l ponseikslon ami amicontrol
control of il irot > rly nnd of property ji jiwhich
which It Is iiitori tfil to the eitont of that thatinter
inter iiiul iliit this iio < e ijon nnd ron rontrol
trol ire < > Minit from tfi nroc < nf every everycuiiit
cuiiit ynt In order to i nlu uiii > eenily clisli clisliN
N > w Haven exourilon lomorrovr tl4k All
d y on the Snnnil Music sir Ulchard r cl clSre
Sre adv trft

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