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Several Fainting Spells SpellsCause Spels SpelsCause SpellsCause
Deny That There Is Imme Immediate Immediate Immediate ¬
diate Danger of Death DeathIliciiiimiilu Death1lfllllll DeathIneumonln
Iliciiiimiilu 1lfllllll llu lu Iles < llrvrloiinl UInIOllld In II the lllnlit lllnlitIIIIIB UIKhttII IIIKittluutir
IIIIIB tII One 011 Ilruort nprt Nnys SIsIope Nnya1npe Inpn Had llnilSulcrnl JI1 JI1IIrt Hadnu
Sulcrnl nu IIrt rrd Pram Irol insomnia JI llnla for Ta Two TwoMshts wo wolt o ovlhlc
Mshts lt hut Sank Sllk Into Ilto a Ilccp UltP Sleep SleepUHlmlay Blrrplrxtrrvlay llp llph
UHlmlay h trca Morning IornlnsAwoke Awoke oko at t Noon Noonand NoonRII Nonnand
and RII Unit In1 Conference Conrerente With the Dean Deanof Dlil Dlilr Deanar
of r the 11 Snernl Salrl1 tollrRe CollleThln CollegeThin Then CollBiupd CollBiupdfrrtirt lollalarflnrrrrnt olallr1 olallr1Irl1
frrtirt Irl1 CnUe nb tiripatclin 1pnlchM lo InIna TnK Im Sux SuxliOMK SeS1nsts c cHml
liOMK Jnly IulylFur uly tFor two nights I the Iopn Iopniiiflerecl Iop IopIlflrd Pnpnn
iiiflerecl Ilflrd n + ffered from insomnia Insumnil Dr Iipponi SIIR SIIRiested Aoltr I Ietccllaly
+ iested etccllaly r led daily drives dln dris ex t in tho Vatican Vatcan gardens gardenso garccl garcclrii
o relieve rii the th troubleafter trouble troubleAfter troubleMIlr
After yesterdnys drive tho Pope f felt fltI felturongrr > lt ltstronger
stronger I r I 11 but ut the weakness weolmcls u returned rturned inhn in inilie inh
ilie + h hn owning scrota und Dr I Ippnl pponl passed pl88rl theupfht the thedljlit theIllUht
dljlit nt t tho Vatican Early ths morning morningthe
the Pontiff Ponlf fell fel Into a heavy sleep llcp and did didno cld cldInl didonr
no Inl onr i awake until 1ntl noon He le roan greatly greatlyrefreshed gtaty gtatyfrshod greatlyrrfrr
rrfrr refreshed refreshedNevertheless frshodcwthceS shml shmlSorcrthcless
Nevertheless cwthceS anxiety nmeet over his hil condition conditionprevails conditionrremis condltiatprevails
prevails at tho Vatican VaticanAfter Vatlcanditer
rremis Vatcan VatcanAftr
After Aftr receiving some Hungarian stu stul stunli atubnta
l bnta nt nli on Friday rday afternoon the Popo ex experienced exrericnced experienced ¬
perienced considerable comidemble fatigue fatgue and ad suf suffered Buffered auttercd ¬
fered a severe stver fainting faintng fit ft during durng the night nightwhereupon nighthtrupon nightwhereupon
whereupon htrupon Dr D Lapponi Lpponl was WIS immediately immediatelyMimmoned irrediatlly irrediatllymmontd imtnodiatelywmmonnd
Mimmoned MimmonedHo mmontd mmontdne
Ho slept at the Vatican Vatcan and reported reportedthat fported fportedrhat
that his ht Holiness Iolineit hud another fainting faintingppell falntinl falntinlFpel fnhttinqspell
spell Fpel tills thi morning moring Ho lo Io stated further furtherihat furtherIhat furtherthat
ihat the Pontiff lontf was better bter although he hais heis hei
is i FII still till very weak and has ha to remain remin abed abedPr abd abdDr aledPr
Pr Lapponi Lppn was WI absent absnt from frm the Vaticanfor Vatican Vaticanfor aticanr
for r r three Ihr boura hour this thi afternoon afternoonA aCemon aCemonnumber afternoonnumber
A number of audiences audielts have been bn post poetPnned postponed plt pltned ¬
poned ned including icuding ono which had hd been ben ar arranged arrang arranged ¬
rang ranged for tho pntt purpose purs wfo of the presentation presentationof prsntton prsnttonof
of tho annual anual medal confme cmmemortlng mrtlmemorating moral Ing the rhoacresaioa theaccession theIts
accession Its in of his hl Holiness to the th Pontifl PontiflDrs Pontf PontfIatt PontiftrAte
Iatt rAte rAteDre
Drs Lapponi Lppon and Mazzonl Mzzoni held a con conference cn cnfernce mntercnco ¬
ference fernce this evening eenng Both Bth will wl visit the IlseIbpe thePopo theIope
Popo tomorrow tomrw No bulletin buUelnl will wi b 0 be is iePeed issued i8elO ¬
sued elO for tho present presentA prnt prntA
A note not published publlhe In the 0 Deeenaore Oeeerratore 8 rraore Romrtno Ro Romano ¬
mano mCllO the organ of tho Vatican Vatcn gives gtsreereusop gtsreereusoprotehebulef < lversl lverslUd reason reasonfr
fr rotehebulef ti Ud belief bUet that tbt the tl Popes POIHS condition cnitn la lamore 11 Ismore
I 1t more serious erous than tn bas been bn reported repre InIhie In InIhii Infh
Ihii fh note nte Dr Lnpponi states ettel that there ther la Isno lano
no 1 Immediate fmmolto danger dangerAccording dangerrordln danger4rrnrding
According rordln to the Tribuna Tuna the thl Pope Pop first Neatisintefl firsttainted frt frttlintll
tainted tlintll on Friday Frlrayafternn afternoon This Th sinking sinkingrpell sinkingrplIMt oinkingrINII
rpell rplIMt lasted half hlf an hour and was W followed followedby followedby
by a aocond lond attack atlck of the same 8e duration durationThe durton durtonTe dnmtinnThe
The Te VYifiuna TTblml asserts erls that there has been beeni
i recurrence flr nle of the intestinal inte8tinaltrouble trouble witheumpllentinns with withconipl Ith IthInSIoS
conipl eumpllentinns eumpllentinnshn lent ions ions1istiON
1istiON InSIoS hn + oos July Jul 111r IA I A despatch from Ilomo Ilomoay Iomo Iomoa Itnmoa
ay a thf Ih condition Ionditlol of tho Pope Pop was a us muchscare much muchmoro muchIIOr
moro IIOr s Mriotis rN rGux In tonight IInlhl nigbt Ho Io Is If nuffering Aufferingfrom nufferingfrrini Iulering Iuleringrol
from rol pneumonia pnnmolia pnnumm ia of the right lung nccomI nccoru nccorulanifMi acom acomI
lanifMi I nnipfl by h a I ftellng ff elng of suffocation suloaton which whichU
U I rnn fine t1 in I mtarrh IHtnrh There is no Lover Tr TrI DrII Urfaplxnl
I faplxnl iijj < iil II > i vill ill i remain rat I the th Vatican 1lllcl duringlw during durill
lw 1 night nightA IIhlc
A t dpiteh c Ih h from frm Homo to the Centrala Central Centralsnys CNltrl CNltrlI
> + a I snys Nn s Cardinal 1lrlilal liampolla Iampola the Papal PapalS Plpal Plpalftllr Pnpolvrr
S vrr wtary ftllr nn y of r Stnte this thi evening lvening us eulnq summoned summonedimlinnl Rummonldnrdinl summonednrdinnl
+ imlinnl nrdinl Oroglla On > la di I Santo Stefano tho thoIran thoIfal fhnIran
Iran Ifal i of if r the th Sacred College Colfgo and the onlyurvirm only onlyurviviir onlynI
urviviir nI of < > f tho Concliivo which hlch elected electedl rlretrdlbp
l lo lbp > Cardinal Oreglia Orlgla visited L itcd the Popo Popoiil Polxand +
and iil 111 had a I secret PCII audience audienc with him at S SAfter 8d 8Atll eAfter
After Atll i rho lie I audience Bldllmce tho Pope collapsed collapsednd colapsed colapsedand
and nd liiij 111 another anutur fainting fit tt Tho Te medicalattendants medical medicalutonrlnrit medial medialIllrmfnnl
attendants Illrmfnnl found fUlml that tho action ncton of tho thoheart thohrrt tirohron
heart hrrt was n 11 xx feeble and decided deldr to sustain it ithy Ithy Itby
hy 1nJer Injoftions tions of caffeine trdne The Pope is also alsouffrrinq nlsoUfferiiiK al8 al8utNill
+ UfferiiiK utNill from frm dysentery dyarnloryGram dysenteryGravo
Gram 11 I fears urn nT entertained Inlertnino as a to the theoutwnio theQut11 theoutcr7rnn
outwnio Qut11 of the > present pre cnt attack nttnrk111SS attackWISS
WISS 10 KESSLEtt l WiII MAIiniES MAIiniESnAtiiana J1rllrRfFtiMontana UMllFS UMllFSntn
Montana ntn llrlross IllrH Weds Ih a NeNapaperlrtlstr NeNapaperlrtlstrnrpill Newspaper Arllnt Arllntr ArlHt
r 01111 nrpill c iilte Hrothcrs nrothtrs Opposition OppositionHEIBXA OlllloslUon1s IpposltlonIhas
Ihas HEIBXA 1s + Mon Ion July 4Wo 4 Wo were wer mar married ma rnnrriEel ¬
ried rild a Mess fiw flI niomonts 10montf ago Such was WI tho thotelephone tho1111phrJO thetelephm7n
telephone 1111phrJO nipssapo received reco ed nt one of theloprl the thelocal theloel
local loel newspaper Mwpoper offices ofcI last night from fromAlbert fromAlbPl fromAlbert
Albert AlbPl Italelgh lalllJh who is a 0 cartoonist and andnewspaper aminrp1lrr trodnraspnlrr
newspaper iirtist Irlist Ho Jl referred rlferfd to his mar marrlaRe marrLt marrhgn
rlaRe rLt e with a ilh MUs l A Mathildo lalhido Kesslcr tho only onlyuauRhtcr onlyau onlyuaughter
uauRhtcr au htpr of o tho Ih + late Nicholas Kessler KewlerMiss KesslerDIIAx Ktlor Ktlor1H
Miss 1H Keller IIRHllr Is 11 a member mlmbr of Heltmas Heltmashew Uclmal Helonuxhest
hew bet society RoelJty and nndln in addition addtol to bolng young youngnd younl youngalai
and nd arcs accomplishedIs alcomplished11 in7lis he f 1 la quito r t ado semlt wealthy wtalthy h Y having havingreceived hnvln hnvlnrrcIell g grefrised
received onethird onN ihinl of h IIr her > r fathers estate estateti CRt nit niton
on ti his death dl ath + Mr lr Kessler lfRler was WI ono of tho thowsililiiest thot1thilnl thewn
wn wsililiiest t1thilnl llrhiext men ln In the State Stat having largo larlI
Intrrete ntrrlols Jor Hnr marralo marriage to Rlehth Ruleiglt waR
bhtrrlynp7osed ltlIrY OPPOlc < hy her two brothorl brnlhorxwbo brnlhorxwboollownd whl whltOh
tOh tOholtll ollownd oltll t Iho n couple coo rte In ins A thMI chnxc 10 to prevent preventnne pros ent
the e WI a tvldlnq ldtnp Capt Cnp6 Cochrne Cochrane nne of n Iho thetwentyfourth
twentyfourth r lnlfulrh Infantry Inflntr stationed Itatlolod here herealso hend hareahn
also n sailor for Miss Kesslors hand it Is IsSMwas laMtidaTx
MtidaTx SMwas d 1 also engaged engapolln 1 > in the th chase chaseMIIIMAO cho8eIUUIl chaxc3f111LOan
Front Frm Alabama labnn Oeoritlm CIorll and 111 Ohio Paiw PastlThrough PaiwThroiiBh f
Through Throlh Nrw > pW I 1orl orli Dnalon HoitonUounil HoitonUounilTJip Uo tolUmIIJ tolUmIIJTJll llmurd llmurdThe
The TJll old ol Dominion Lino LIf steamship Iteamihlp Prin PrhrcPSA PrinAnno PrineI
I cPSA Anno AnI in yesterday Ytlterda from Norfolk hud hudward hudab budaboard
aboard ab ward nrll loo 11 MI young Alnbamn and Georgia GeorgialioolteachHrs OEorgla OEorglalholltraCHI Georgiaxrhoulteuchnnc
lioolteachHrs lholltraCHI in charge dlrgo of W F Slat Sinton SintonUprlntrnct on onwperlntfnilfnt
wperlntfnilfnt Uprlntrnct of the Public llublc Schools Ichool of uftonln
ttlanta tonln laiiti I W R Hill Jlan and < Dr D John W AlKr AlKrWomhic AlxrRstnbir AherComhic
Womhic Comhic President PrpHI < lnt of the University Unllrll y of ofUMwmu
UMwmu UaLlfU Tho 111 teachers ttacllll Walked ralkcd from tho thouu 11
Old Dominion pier pilr at lt the Ile foot of Roach RoachSM Pch
tlt frost SM Noun fllh orth Kiver ltwr to th + Fall Fal Itlver HVtI Linn LinoP0r Lno Lnob Linntrier
P0r b r nt lh I Ihu II fool of Murray lllry street und 111
Warihl 111 1 tin pteambont tllrllont Pr Prfcllla Prfclllafound Jr chin
cIA cIAt
Thl I h + > found nboanl IhOill olthtyfive of I htyIhe school cehoolS Ihool
S leaf t1 + + rn from fro Ohio in oharto cluto ohrtr o of Supt II IL C CAdckl
iVJwl Adckl inckln nf the I public publc schods Iclwdl of Hup Cloveland ClovelandI Clovtlanc
Allnrn itf honed bOI11 I In Iloutou no tou toattond tutlnd thecon the cun cune cunI1
remiss I1 of If the tli tlil XnMonnl Eilicotloiial I he eatlnal Anso Ansowion AIo AIowllh ta s
e Aht
wion + nn which wllh Wj wi nm OP lomorrow morrow n and III
c enalinl ° ntiiuie 1111 + e in wwion serst I tun > n four flur dns dnsTht da x xThP
Tht Th SlMDay al loly ld lar ChlrnKnllmltr Chllcn1lmU Chllcn1lmUt hlraarr Imltcrl < l lSfil
+ 11 hk refs Sfil Grand rI rl Omriil C1111 aitloi nl ll I l I V M nrdve nrrl
t Hr 1 I + tn e 0 Il I arkculraLAdo ork 1 rn L lculrlAC M St 1410 t LoUa Loul mis 6 i iaearr I S next nAt c < + rnlnl eulna
Can Clr and ml llotors UotorslurnccTltallon Ilurncil IlornnlTotal Total Imes < Placed Placedal IlaccilatHISOOOO 1late1 1late1at
Four our alarms were aunt ont out 01 yesterday yesienlnynftrrnoon yesterdayafternoon yshrdoyaflrnoon
afternoon aflrnoon for or a flit 11 in the thesb shops ahup9of up of tho thoManhattan thoMallattm ihohinuliattan
Manhattan Mallattm FIov Elevated ated ltapu Hallway Itln ny Company Companybetween Compauyhetween Crimlxiuybetween
between Nlnetyoighth and Ninetyninth Ninetyninthstreets Nlnltynlnth Nlnltynlnthftr Nlnetyplnthstreets
streets ftr tf and Lexington Lexiugon and Park avenues avenuesThe AVrnUel avenuesTho
The shops are story stor and a 0 half hnl brick hilcl build buildings blld blldIngK buildlags ¬
lags lagsNoa
Xowly Noa 1Jy ly painted lnlnllll cars nnd a lot 101 of wood woodwork woot woodwork ¬
work wero stored told In ono of the tm buildings buildingsand bul buildingscurl lngs
and 111 for n 1 flora tmc tho row rw of tenement teltment houses houseson hout housesun
on tho thl south Iouth side ldl of o Ninetyeighth street streetwas Ktrlt KtrltWIf streetwas
was WIf threatened threltl mlt ThJ Tho + metal Iolal cornices corice wore storeuu11ed woremelted woroIwl
melted Iwl Id off oc and Irl endangered r11al gen EVl 1 tho t hl + lives 11s of tho thotenants thottnantt tirotennnttl
tenants ttnantt a who ho filled fled fllle < i tho street streetTho NtreotThn tret tretTho
Tho buildings hulllnp1 where u l7Prn tlio 110 fire fro stnrled Itn rltd face tacoon faceon faceonlmdngton
on Lexington avenue and 1111018181 consist of u stunhonso store storehouse ttOr ¬
house hOI O carpenter Irenter hop i = mill mi and paint Shopwith shop shopwith shopwi
with wi h storage tOlgl houses hOllrR tatxea for can CII IB I the rear rearIn na realIn
In these thele shops 8hopl on n 1 working wa ldng day shout 400 400men 400men 400men
men are employed but yesterday them thetaa therowas themWi
was Wi a ux no ono there but the watchman watchmanIn atchmanIn
In the thl buildings buldlnls wero wer about fifteen ffeen now nowcars nmvmre
cars 111 valued alU 1 nt 30OIX1 0000 00 each and ten motors motorsworth motor motoreanrth I Iworth
worth 3300 1330 each II ch Thl These + xo o wore 011 destroyed destroyedtogotiier ceitroll ceitrolltoother destrnyrvitogether
together with about 4000 0 worth of mill millwork mi stillwork
work and amll u large lumber of valuable plans plansnnd plnnanll plansand
and tho tt two centre buildings buiding making n1ldug n ntotal atotll ntotal
total totll estimated estlmnlel loss lols of n about Ibut 150000 SIOOOOFirlJon 3150IX10Firomau 150000Fireman
Fireman FirlJon Michael Ichaol Howard I0wiud of Truck 22 22who 22who 22a
who a ho lives lls at 08 6 West t 107th street ftrlet slipped slippedfrom Blpped Blppedfrm elippalfrom
from frm a scaling slllJ ladder and Ind broke his skullCharms skull skullCharles tkll
Charles Charlf Umblnghain Umblnglull of Truck Trel 13 was vrnsbTaly wasbadly waRbadly
badly out in tho loft hand by falling faling glass glassTho glltB glltBTho glassTho
Tho only 011 oral cause cU suggested fuggested for or the lire lireIs fireIR Tiroto
Is that tlat rockets rookell may have been ben shot through throughI thrlgh thrlght
I the t h8 open skylights skylightsnU IkylghtR IkylghtRU xkylightaDU
I Not ot a Itelatlvn ItlaUI on 01 Karth Marth11I All III Is Ilia Effects Effectsto 1 111
to Henry lenry II I iia1Thu Hoyt HoytTho 10t 10tCho
Tho will w1 of Paul B Du Clmlllu Chafu the thE Afri African Ar Afdcan ¬
can explorer tplorr who died In St Petersburg Petersburgon Petelburg Petelburgon
on May 1 will wl be 0 offered oferd for probate prbate on Mon Monday Mondny Ion Ionday ¬
day by Henry R n Hoyt of 2 East F t Seventy Seventyfifth Hventy Hventyfth Srventyfltth
fifth fth street stret who Is 1 named as al executor and nndU andthe andkr
U the polo 1010 beneficiary bnefcarv Mr b Du Chaillu Chaillureceived Chaiu ChaiumJelvcd Chaillurecessed
received much monoy mOICY mannyYrom from f om wealthy wealhy patrons patronsand patrnf patronsand
and scientific clrntfo societies socetes to carry ar on his hll ex exploring IX IXplo1ng expiecing ¬
piecing plo1ng work and ald also obtained hundfcomo bundxomoreturns hundfcomoreturns hand omo omortur
returns rtur from tho th sale de of his hl hooks hookl but blt ho holeft h hleft tinleft
left only SO 3500 500 The loto Justice Charles ClmrlosP Chlrhu Chlrhup
P Daly in hLs will 1 set ft nside a 0 trust trt fund fundof fundof fundof
of 32AQIX S25Ofor 25000 for the use UI of Mr Du ChailluUn Chaillu ChailluOn Chafl
On tits hL travels trae Mr r Du DI Chaillu Chalu acquired acquireda fulTd fulTda
a valuable vahrble collection clecton of trophies trphlpM This Thi col collection cl clleton tnllection ¬
lection leton together togther with wih s + Ith his h manuscripts ranuslripts andthe and andtho andtho
tho scientific pcentlo data ho gathered ltherd ho distributedanwnq distributed distributedamong dltriblled dltriblledamong
among many mny scientific Iclpntifo societies fcletieR The will willwhich n i ill illwhich
which leaves leae all ni the remaining remainln propertyand property propertyand prporty prportyand
and effects efects to Mr Ir Hoyt Ho arts S drawn in this thLxcity thiscitr t hi hicity
city on Aug 28 281000 lOOO 10 and was wal witnessed witne ld by byWilliam byWiiam byWilliam
William Wiiam H Ih Hand Jr Edward Menocal MIocl and andEdgir amiEj1r nudEdger
Edger Ej1r E Salmon SalmonSo Slmon Slmonfar
So far as S can bo b ascertained Mcrtalnpd the tll explorer explorerhad eplorr eplorrbd explorerhod
had bd no relatives rlatvr8 Accompanying Accmpanying tho will willla wi willla
la II an affidavit afdvit signed ligno by Mrs Jennie Steelo SteeloSmith StPlo StPloSmith SlerlnSmith
Smith wherein she states that her
Ihe sttP grand grandI grnd grndfather grnndfather
I father Francis FrRnc LHarriswho I L IGtrr1N frrll who bo prior p1or to hisdeath his hisdeath hisdeath
death lived lved at 213 East Thirtieth Tlrtlth street streetand streft streftand xtrertand
and was os a close friend f1end of Mr DM D1 Chnlllus Chnillushad Chnlllushad C1IuI
had hotn often been bnt Etontoldby told ld bMDu by DlrrDu Mr Du Omillu Cnluthlt raillu that thatho thatho
ho had hd never married mrie and nndhnd had not a singlerelative single singlerelative mglerltve I
relative rltve living livingMr lving lvingMr livingMr
Mr Hoyt is il a lawyer IIyer of 11 1 William Wiim street streetFor Irot IrotFor NtreotFur
For many mny yearn yr < rl ho 11 had been bln one of Mr MrDu MrDu DlrDu
Du Chnillus Clai1i mOAt intimate friends Thncopyrights The Thecopyrights i icopyrights
copyrights of nu IIt roost > 6t of O f tho tlo groat grot travellers travellersbooks tra travollorxbooks 0
books havo expired There Ther are le some someboxes somebXe somaboxes
boxes bXe which belonged blolpd to him hi still sli In St StPetersburg StPetorehurg I
Petersburg letor hurg Thoy will wi bo forwarded fOMIanlfd fons nrdnd to toMr tolr toDir
Mr lr Hoyt by the St Petersburg Potlfburg Geograph Geographical Geo rph rphicul ¬
teal Society Soclel when the will wi has been beenprobated htnprobatcd txvnprobated
probated probatedBARREN probatcdntnlFll probatedRdRlrElt
BARREN ntnlFll II7VS 11 OOVLO lrn IltlXE IltlXEWill lIZE lIZE1fl iIrlE1YIII
Will 1fl Enter I ntcr New Nt York 1lr lnlvrrNlty tlher ly at the theKien thf ihrFvprnsu
Kien Fvprnsu 111180 u of rMls II Helen leltn Cnutd CnutdTA6RYTOwN Colld ColldTARRYTOWN < otild otildTABBYTOWN
TABBYTOWN N Y July 4 4Maur1 Mauri Maf hlaffacet Maffucci 1laf 1laffucc
facet fucc son of James Jall8 MafTuccia Iafuci a poor pr bariwr bariwrin bur r rII
in II tho village vlale sills q a of o Irvin Irviugton Iringon gt un will wi enter a n ter the theNow theow theNow
Now ow York University Uliveflly next lext fall falM as the tl win winner winner winner ¬
ner of Miss f1 Helen M Goulds GOlld1 scholarship scholarshipMaffucci Icholarhlpllruoci schulm yhip yhipDtuffucci
Maffucci llruoci competed with wih two othern 0UIf und undcame an ancaie andcome
came caie out with a lth a percentage of 55 5 fivo fo more rnoropinta morepoints moropolntR
points pinta than necessary lecr necrvaTry to pass pusDlaffumt passMaffucci plS plSMafucc
Maffucci Mafucc came to this Ih country shout nboutsix abolt aboltIx shoutelx
six Ix years YlarB ago Ho 10 went Ilt through thrugh tho rhoIrvington thoIrvington thoIrvington
Irvington High H th School in two years YlarR + Thousual Tho Thousual he heurual
usual urual time tmo is il four years ytarR Miss Mils Gould oull last lastyear hilt hiltyear lastyear
year offered two scholarships eeholsu xitipx to tho Irving Irvlngi Iring Irington Irvington
i ton High School Schoohbtaffuccl SchoolMaffucci Rchol
Maffucci Mafuel works worill for his father He wns wnsshaving wnsokaying ns nsshavng
shaving shavng a customer cutomur when tho reportersaw reporter IportrRaw
saw him this morning moring He la is only 17 years yearsold ymrBold yearsold
old Ho le said saidI lalr sairtstn
I am not surprised ItprRI 1 that I won Ill Illenter Il Illtoter
enter tnter tho thf university and try to rooks lall a nrecord arecord I Irecord
record to show my appreciation apprltutun to MissGould Miss MissGould I a aGoulc
Gould I havo not decided on 01 any an profes profexsinn profession profeIlon ¬
sinn best Ilon yet All Al I can say a is i that I will wi do my
bestMaffucci Maffucci laucd will wi help Ielp his hll father fathfr this thi sum summer slm slmmer rntmmer ¬
mer in the barber shop Ihnp and in lok leisure leisureminutes 10Iur + ure ureminutes
minutes when whln ho is il waiting waitng for customers customerslie cUltomera cUltomeraho
ho will wl study studyFATAL studyF3TIL tudyTfTt
FATAL TfTt SALlTE TO OUR SHUS SHUSIlrltUli SllllSBrltlah S Snrl8h
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Another Wounded BmuulydxpaLr WoundedSpfcii 1olnlI 1olnlIp
Spfcii < p cti Cable Ueipatch la false TUB rl HIs SrNCoixiiuo HIsCOUaUO sv svCotostuo
Coixiiuo COUaUO Ceylon July Jlly 4 4The The land landforts landforts laudforts
forts here fired fred a complimentary complmentary Fourth of ofJuly ofJuly o oJuly
July salute this morning to two tu o Ameri American Anwr Amerlemu ¬
can Ial cruisers crlHrl which wero anchored anehorld off of tho thoport tlmport Uuport
port The To ship Ihlp8 returned retured the salute saluteDuring cadetsDuring uluteDuring I
During tho firing lllng of tho saluto salll by I fhnland tho tholand thoIlld
land Illd batteries hllerllf there thlT was WI an accident aJlcnm and andono nlul nlulono Id Idone
killed and another uunlhartlnrl anotherwounded
ono British rltllh gunner was wnl kl1 Ilolhe Ilolhewllml
wounded woundedIIAItKl wllml areas tlnrl
IIAItKl ltl LEHltS IWllS JOKE JOKEIntroduced lOliEirltrnlhllWI IOIF IOIFIltrodU11 I
Introduced IltrodU11 a Musician 1181lnn to Mrs Ir VM I h aM a1oriralt a aPortrait alorlrAlt
Portrait IulntiTSoelel lulltrSorlll InuihNNRSYPIUIT lnushs lnushsNBWPOKT Inlh InlhWPlrr
NBWPOKT WPlrr li t I July i ITlwro There is I a story storygoing ItOy ItOygflng Ntotqgoing
going gflng the rounds of society tu today totay ttuy of a I joko jokoplayed jok jokplayed Jukxplayed
played on Oi Mrs Irf Stuyvesant Fish Filh by Harry HarryLthr HarryIhr Harryhnbr
Lthr and it is il causing OIHlng merriment in il the thecottago thectalo Urnmttngn
cottago ctalo polony polonyWhilo mien mien1Yhilc 0101
Whilo Whio in il front of tho I Io Casino yesterday ytwierdnyrooming yesterdaymorning YltenllYmoring
morning moring Mrs Fi fish I h told Mr Lehr thai she shewished Nhowishrrl 1m 1mwihd
wished that there w Wl ax s a portrait painter painterIn plinter plinterII
In II town us 11 she he desired dolred 11 t r havo a picture plcturopalntwl picturepainted pltur plturpllntl
painted Mr Lehr LIhl Lnhrtaldthupnpulnrmutrnu Lnhrtaldthupnpulnrmutrnuthat told toltl t ho popular matron matronthat mltn mltnI
that I hat I horo her was a such lth u I man mll a wellknown wellknownItalian wIknown wIknownIalan NoN knoan knoanItalian
Italian painter nt miniatured mlnllturcJ and one that thl 1 ho huhod hohad hohrll
Ialan had hrll just JUII arrived rrvPlln In town and nn that if Mrs MrsFich DIrNI 1
Fich 1I I iPh h would woule allow alow him ho would go and andbring Ind Indbrlf andbring
bring brlf him to her herMrs herMr herh1re
Mrs Mr Fish was wal agreeable urflbh and 111 Mr Ihr Lehroleparlcrl Ihrdeparted
departed rlo for the painter plintlI He soon ljm returned returnedwith retufllwith retutroedwith
with 1 a distingufshed distinguishedlooking dblt Inlul heclloukinj Irnkinq person pr n who whowns whon whowaN
waN n formally formaly Introduced Intrllluel 1 lo 1 hU Mrs lrs s Fish Fishand Flnl hlshand
and arrangements nrraugenwII were well nt ones OIO made IRlo for a asitting r rRilling aaitUng
sitting this thl morning 10mlng When the tlmo tme came cametoUny cmmtodo lll
toUny todo for tho palmer Illner sinter to ft appear 7 7Pnr at lt a Cross Crossways CroAKWUYA CrnsesvuyNYDrN
ways svuyNYDrN tutny Mrs MI Fish Ftv j I was Wil Aurpr surprised Ilrpr IIJIIlr xivl II to seo RIU Mr MrLehr lr lrIehr Dlrstir
Lehr stir drive up with wih n roll 11 t nll in his hit hand She Sheasked Hhoasked Hio Hionlkld
asked nlkld tho eatu cause 111 + e of o IhovUltnrid I hI vi ltIrllt it wnnthou wnnthouthat a nA tiros tirosthat
that Mr Lehr Jhr told her of the joko jll tliat thit ho holind hohae hut
tht l lind hae + nd played plym 1r and In1 that t the supposed tUPI10NI1 sup 7 osrvl jalnterwns jalnter JllltprWIH > aln t nr nrwns
wns WIH no oilier nllHr than thln tho Ihl f to u wellknown welknuwn cll ktur + rn violinist violinistSIgnor vlulnht vlulnhtfgnnr vfulidstf
fgnnr f SIgnor ± 0 1 Hcd Hicci u who wln hn had lad asked aHkll1 Mr r Lehr Lehrto Iehr Lehrto
to present lnt Mrs 11 Fish Fllh with a copy of n now nowTnltx nowratltz nlWTI
Tnltx TI 1lo f which ho had hae Just jllt composed lulpcset and anddedicated al1 al1Ih anddtvitnittl
dedicated Ih to her horrho herTho herho
Tho liatcd ho name naml of the Ii + wait wal1 vnlU is II The Leading LeadingSociety J IAmdhqSociety dlll
Society focl tr Lady lilly nnd nne Mrs 1m Fish Fllh received tho thocopy thocpy thespy
copy cpy with lith thanks thnk for the authort author
IWIWIl io lml Ifflii8 < nn S TO vs I ran 1OI f R rut rut17fST Tll Tll1llT IJIIcarat
carat 1llT MOVE JlolEIp MOVEllyIMay l l1Ila
llyIMay 1Ila Ip Ilay ovrr UlslitnctT bllnrr 1etltlon Ietton WntcheilWith Wntcheil 11nlehed11Ilh ttled ttled11h
With 11h IntcrrstWtaknoig Inhrfst knes of llrttluli llrttluliforeign IrtNh IrtNhI lirtllshFarelRn
foreign I oreln folio Iollcy 1011 Condemned Contelnfi at Home HomeJapan 1010 1010Jallln ilomeJapan
Japan Jallln llrld Illdln In Check With 1tl Difficulty DifficultySptclat Dmcult DmcultSIulul nlRleultySrerud
Sptclat Cable obIt JJfjpnttft I poltllo to toOra Tna fiI SUN SuvLONDON SUNIONDON Syshoxnox
LONDON July 4 4The The moment momfnt Is ap opproachlng approaching appreaching
preaching when some Power Powr or combina combination comblnatOI combinalion ¬
lion tOI of Powers Iowel must mWt call cala a halt to Kunslur Kunsluraggression RUlan RUlanagrstion Russlunnggreseion
aggression agrstion The conviction cnviction in I rapidly rpidly grow growing grw grwing growing ¬
ing that nothing but tho stern certainty cernlnty ol olwar of ofwar ofour
war will wi check tho unscrupulous unlcrupulol policy plcy ol olMuscovite of of11Jqcvlo ofDluxcuvtto
Muscovite 11Jqcvlo aggrandizement nggrarJlzerent In other olhorword9 otheiwords otherwords
words the Russian HuSlan bluff bluf must be b called stalledTha calledThe culed culedThe
The question Queston that t has hi been ben most dis discussed dlscUlled dissussed ¬
cussed cUlled In the thl past few fo days dl Is whether the thtneedlessly thenetcHeSI ihoneedlessly
needlessly netcHeSI provocative prvoatlve course CUIle pursued purued by byRusslau bj bjRussian byIu8lan
Russian Iu8lan diplomacy against agallt the United UnlteiStates UnitedStates UnitedStatoa
States Great Britain Brtoln and Japan Japn is a bluff blufor bluffor
or a veiled vtled challenge chalonlO which a domestically domextlexllydxtrodNd domesticallydistracted domlstcaly domlstcalydiltracld
distracted administration would ould like to
diltracld adminitratlon lke set setaccepted oe oeaCpted rwuactvpted
accepted aCpted Some commentators commontto confesn confesnthemselves cnfest mntetlathemnehes
themselves themlvE to t bo b BO 8 much puzzled 1 > 1lec that the thecannot they theyIlnnot Uteycannot
cannot Ilnnot conceive conclvo tho motive motve of the ehrewi ehrewidiplomatists shrewc d ddiplomatl9lsand
dlplomatI8tan diplomatists and < the Russians Hustlan have al always aiWarB nlsvnre
ways svnre been post pnt masters mater in this lino HnoIn HnoInrolborately Ilseindolitxratnly it itdolltwrately
dolltwrately rolborately and unnecessarily unnecssriy forcing foring seek suola suoha
a triumvirate trumvirate as W America Amrica Great Grat Britain Britaliand Britainan Britainand
and an < Japan into ilto a combination cmbintion against them themWhat thlI thornWhat
What European Eurpan observers obervor And fnd hardest hardestto hamft hamftto
to understand undet nd Is i th the strange strang manner ol olCount ofCOUlt oPCount
Count COUlt Cansini Cllnl the Russian RWln Ainlwwsadoi Ainlwwsadoiat AmlJtador AmlJtadorat
at Washington WIshlngton in n dealing dealng with American Mterlcanpublic Americanpublic Americn Americnpuhlc
public puhlc opinon opinn That ho should in the flrsl flrslplace frt frtplac Nrstplum
place plac have relied rled upon upn nonexistent nonxitent non axlatont Ameri American Americn American ¬
can cn Ignorance Ignoranc may lay bo 0 accounted for as I the themistake theml thendstako
mistake ml tale of a man who knows nothing of hit hieaudience hitaudience hi
audience audieno His Hi ignorance ignoranc became bme mere mer stu stupidity ItU ItUpldlty xtupidity ¬
pidity however when ho relied reled upon upn a ti tiquojue tuqOlle furptolue
quojue qOlle as n conciliatory cncUator argument argment and as assumed 1 1sumed assumed ¬
sumed that an official ofcial denial denil disposes dlllllCI of astatement c cstatement a aItatement
statement Itatement Count Cassinis CaBinis reputation reputton intbo In Inthe Inthe
the diplomatic diplomatc world Id so good that Europe Europeis
is I loath loat h to believe b10vo that ha has h been ben guilt guiltof guity guityof guiltyof
of n I series of egregious egrgious blunders blunder in n the thepresent theprsent thepresent
present prsent case laRe How then can caJ we account accountfor accountfur aeount aeountfor
for a policy polo which in connection with withRussian withRWilln withRuPPinn
Russian RWilln lx jHTfldy IIrldy + rildy in n Manchuria Manchuia and the theatrocities theatrocitle ihontrocitiex
atrocities atrocitle at Klshlneff KIhtnef has hi destroyed rlestroyadAtneriwn destroyedAmerican
American friendship friendlhip Recklessness 1 ckle8np and andalmost andalm andalmost
almost alm t wanton offence ollnc seem slem to bo charac characteristics chara chnracteristlcc ¬
teristics tlrtr of such Iuch diplomacy yet such luch quali qualities 111 quelNEx ¬
ties tlf are the very opposite of those which whichhave whichhavo hlch hlchhae
have always marked Russian polities politiescynicism politicscynicism
cynicism cyicl8m boldness bldls and unscrupulous unscrupulousness unlcrupulousneibut unxcrupulntrxseenbut
ness neibut seenbut but not on the occasion ocsion of n direct directprovocation dirot dirotprovotlon directprovorntiat
provocation to war warIt warIt warIt
It is impossible to believe belo seriously Irrlolsly that thatRussia thatRISla thatRussia
Russia RISla is if prepared prlparec to push pUlh her plans plls in the theFar llO llOar ihoFur
Far ar ICast Ealt against tho armed opposition oppositon of oltho oftho offhn
tho three Powers lowers mentioned mlntlonc Her very veryindifference veryilllerence veryindifference
indifference illlerence to consequences tnKIuenCf in n the recent recentreckless recentrlkleSI recentrrvklNvc
reckless rlkleSI declarations delartons is l part prt of a game of oiblulf ofblulf ofbluff
blulf in tho opinion of the best helt observers observersi
i on this thl side of the water a nter It I is il true that thatthe tht thttho thatihoclamentlo
the ihoclamentlo domestic domPto condition clltion of Russia HIFII Is I deepnrule des desperate dle dlepprolo ¬
perate She Is trading tmttng on this thisskur also al8 In giving givingthe g gluingthe vlng vlngthe
the impression ImpreSlon that shn Ih8 would welcome welcomewar welcme welcmewar
u war ar as al a relief relef from the internal iltrl crisis crlls It Itin Itis
in quite qulatrobttho true lruetlwtthe that tho CaajoU c not n the te master masterof masterof
of his hi own dominions but hit it t is II also aIo true truethat truethat truethat
that Russia cannot cnnot bo launched launchc Into a war warof earof ar arof
of conquest without his consent cnsent It would wouldbe wouldbe oul
be necessary ntry to repeat the tragedy tmgloy at Belgrade Bel Belgrade Dl Dlrte ¬
grade rte In St Petersburg leterhurg before Russia Rtu + sla couldenter could couldenter
enter clter upon tho campaign cmplgl which her present presentpolicy prpcnt prpcntplcy presattpolity
policy plcy threatens throtenl so 10 recklessly recklesslyRussias reeldcsly reeldcslyRusls recklesslyRusaltetreatyhreakinq
Russias Rusls Rusaltetreatyhreakinq treatybreaking troalybrenklnl designs deig in the theFar theFar theFnr
Far East El > t will wi stop Iol when some tomo Power lays laysthe laYI laysthe
the sword sa urd across IcrOI the path palhthm then and not nottill nottill
till 11 then There Thtrl is i still Rtl strong confidence confidencein mfhlencl
in il St HI t Petersburg Pel crlbur that no You Power Powlr nr will wi dare dareto dareto dareto
to take tal this thi > decisive oftilve step fle The Russian RussianGovernment Iuslln Iusllnovtrnnwnt RussianGosrrnntent
Government ovtrnnwnt expects Hxpc + cte to continue contiml to hector hectorarid hItor hItornd hectorand
arid nd menace mellCp with an impunity illmniy born bor of suc success lur lurpR aurrexv ¬
cess pR until unti not only Olly Manchuria Ianchura but Pekln Peklnitself lekll Pekinftaelf
itself ielf in i gained gainedThero gainedheT grainedThere
There heT are indications Indicationl that th the time tlno is isnot 11 11not ixnot
not far oT of when the Czars CmrI ministers minftfrs will willbe wi willw
be w undeceived Incoelvl Japan Is if already nlrem with dif difficulty diffculty difNrulty ¬
ficulty fculty held in II check < 1 There is if no appetite appetitefor appetie appetiefor
for war in this country I oultrr but already Ilrlncy thorn therois therI
is I strong trnl exasperation exnspfrtiol over u what whlt hxt is il de denounced deIllmeed derontnced ¬
nounced Illmeed as n the pusillanimity pUIlanimlty of the BritishForeign British BritishForeign Dritil
Foreign 1orthn Ofllee OfCH This in i so 0 extreme tlell that thatone thatln thatonr
one ln of the t hJ most 1 > t loyal of Conservative Colcrat G7rurun ttivH jour journals journnlR journnlx ¬
nals exclaims txclnllf today 10dIY ta dey Our Foreign Foreljn Of OfIlco Offeo OtNco
Ilco feo has hll whwrover whlrpwr n Russia nu la is Ii concerned concernedlost concornedlo catrnrnedloaf
lost lo t the th confidence conftplct of tho British Drltsh people peopleand ptuplend peopleand
and nd we had almost ullml written wrtln en Ittcn the respect of ofEurope ofEurpe ofEurope
Europe EuropeComment Eurpe EurpeConlwnt EuropeConuonnt
Comment Conlwnt like III that t hut in the t hf house hou of its itsfriends ilatrlet111N il
friends frllnci is il likely 11 to spur Ipur the t1 Government Governmentto
to action acton similar Klmll r to lot that described deIrlhed in last lastnights bat batntlhtl lastnghCs
nights ntlhtl despatch cl > patch to tn11rts THE T SUN giving Ilinf gis Inq thu thuterms thuterm theterms
terms of the reported AngloJapanese AngloJapaneseultimatum AIJloJKpanes AIJloJKpanesIltimallm AugluJxponcenultimatum
ultimatum Iltimallm directed tjrecl d to China < hln but aimed at atRussia atHUHia rattinFNIA
Russia RussiaMeantlmo tinFNIAMeantime
HUHiaanUm Meantime anUm it is jl fully fnly recognized rccgnizI in Europe EuropeUnit Europethat Europedrat
Unit the United rnt1 States has u I direct dlrlet une unequivocal unequivocl unequf ¬
quf quivocl quivocal + ocnl right to checkmate chek chE + ckmnlu mute Russias nUIIr game gamein gameIn gameht
in Manchuria MRlchura Some Ho 11 ne indeed ultd argue lgue tluatiho that thatthe thatthc
the duty dlty of initiative Initatlo lnltlatl + o belongs morn tOO to toAmerica toAmerica toAmerica
America than either to Great b ent Britain Briain orJnlnn or orJajKin orJapan
Japan Hence Jlneo it Is II that thft what n hat is II regarded regardedas regltrdld regltrdldI
as I mere byplay br phty of America Anwrca in the matter matterof
of the thl Jewish Klshlneff KIhlnfr petition to the Czar Czaris Czr CzrII
is II watched hero with Interest intereHt Thero Ther In II a a afeeling afCIJlnj nleelinq
feeling fCIJlnj however that that the occasion OCI1Hion ncr Nion Is one onemoro OU OUmolo rolemorn
moro molo fitting ftlg for tho display dlply of tho direct directstraightforward dir directstraightforward
straightforward trlghtforard methods n1Ihol of American Alerlean diplamncy di diplomacy dlplomac ¬
plomacy plomac In dealing denlng with wih t he hI issue i le Involved Involvedme 1001 Im olvni olvniJiff vll
me I irin FLEET II LEFT IT OFF riivi riivilltusla Cll CllJI CI1Itnsala
lltusla JI la Has laM Flfly FlU Vrwtels NMfI In II Ihr Ih lie ftuir JII ofIhxhIIL of ofIVchlll If
IVchlll IVchlllXptcttil llhl IhxhIILYprtlnr
Xptcttil Ictl Cablf tbl Despatch ftJpalrh In I TUB SIN StNPUKIN SINIJKtN tirePttttx
PUKIN IJKtN July 4 4Thu Tho prescnco lrlcncu of moro morowarships mol scares
warships + s nr xhipx In the Gulf ulf of Pechili 1eehli than Hvor Hvorbefore tworbdor NvnrtN7lore
before even during culnj tho Boxer troubles trouhl of
1000 100 has not increased tho war Wil talk tale not notwithstanding 10t 10twithitaldhlj notwlthntanrJing ¬
withstanding withitaldhlj the t1 conference frlco held Illl at Port PortArthur IortArthur PortArthur
Arthur yentorday by Gen GIl Kouropatkln Kouropatklnllm
llm Russian UUH1lan Minister of War u with Ith M 1 Lcs Lcstw Ls Lsnl Lcesnr
tw nl tho Russian Iu8111n Minister Miniltor to China Gen GenKouropatkin Gcnliouropntkht CI CI1ouropatkln
Kouropatkin 1ouropatkln arrived IrriVd at It Port 10t 1nt t Arthur on onJuno onIunn nnJuno
Juno SO 3 and immediately imme inrmrdhutel latel summoned Nummm ed 1L 1LLessor 1 M MLivssnr
Lessor IjHlr Admiral Alexieff Aexllf the commander commanderof commlndlr commlndlrof
of tho Russian 1ullnl forcts forcI1 at Port Arthur and andM anc andDt
M 11 Pokotllnff lokotlot the tll manager IlnaKlr n + of tho RUKSO RUKSOChimsa nUlo nUlo1lnso tnavoLhlaen
Chimsa 1lnso bank to meet melt him at tho latter latterplace latterplea
place placeOf
1111 Of the warships WllThlJA now In 11 the Gulf there are arefifty ar amfifty
fifty ffl Russian UUIHlnn vessels tsRIII Including a 1 new fleet fleetunder tet tetUlrer fleetunder
under Ulrer Admiral Atmlml Htnlkunbiirg Itnkelbrj There fIru aru aruabout nu nuIbout amabout
about Ibout twenty American Amercln war wlr vessels vll vessis d uhdcr uhdcrHtnr uhdcrTr underIGxir
Htnr Tr Admiral Acllrl Evans and nd the tll English EnKII h and andJapanese andJaJanpHt anddnpnrese
Japanese JaJanpHt barn hllo fully fuly 100 10 warships wtlhips along the theconst thocontt lhacoast
const contt of China ChinaThe lhinnThe hlnl
The report npnt that Japan JIJan has ha recalled rccaled all allher al allher
her 11 military mtllY mid nll naval officers s who are areabroad alo aloahroad nroaroond
abroad Is discredited dlcrccled There fwre am also ailo roparts re reports 10 10J0rtR ¬
ports J0rtR of traffic trfo In foodstuffs fOlJdltU coal OU and war warmaterials wnrmnrlals cantntnkrialtl
materials in Japan JUJln and also at Newchwang Newchwangand Newchu ewchwanganrl ang anganal
and Chnngwaritao Chongwantoo together with wih an unusual unusualmovement Inu unusualmovement lll llllovenwnt
movement lovenwnt of troops trolpl In Manchuria lRnchurn Tho Thoassurances Thoasrsm ho hoMlurnI
MlurnI asrsm assurances nnn x of the thl Russian Iulslnn officials ofcial as al to tho thopeaceful thoPlcIfll ihoprrtcehd
peaceful Intention Intenton of tho latter later movement movementbow 10vmont 10vmonthlV mnvsmontbast
bow hlV been accepted accl ptld for the th limn tm being beingItutUncl bringIlulland
ItutUncl n1 It I H f lor or r MtinchcMrr MILchetrr t hr ter Urandon Hurling HurlingIon 5urln nurllnainn
Inn lut Airiw1 rrni the IsMncli 1 nI n of Ijiho ctumpUlu ctumpUluMontreal Ch4mplll Ch4mplllMOltre41 IhamtItlnbtnntreatlful6acUwaurNn1yAdi
Montreal MOltre41 btnntreatlful6acUwaurNn1yAdi Quebec Four trains 1llns Illujlrntrif 1ulrael trateu book bok bokt
4 natal U3Ull tnt M W Dway Ow Y N VAc JUi r
Is I She Ilannlnc 111111 nn Exeuio Jenlo for fol Keeping KeepingTroops Jceplng Jceplngfroolls 1ceplnRtroops
Troops In Manchuria ManchuriaWABHINOTON blanehurlaVtertttlxnroN lalhurll
WABHINOTON July 4 4Wero Were it not for fortho Cortho furthe
tho deep < cel suspicion Bltplclol that is felt by the Preaident Presi President Prd Prddent ¬
dent and his hlf Cabinet blnct of Russias Iufiat designs dexlgnaupmt designsupon delgn delgnupon
upon Mahcliuria lI hchuria little lte attention atenton would wouldbe wouldb wouldIre
be b given Ilven by them thlr to too a statement 8tntcrenl printed printedIn prltlcl prltlclIn I
In the St Petr Petersburg + rebnrg newspaper neW8papr Siiel and andcabled nndcable andoablai
cabled cable to tl this thl country cOln try Unit the English Englishand Englsh Englshad Engllaltand
and ad Japanese JapanI Ministers Minltert at Pokln liavo liavodemanded havodemoldl hnvodemanded
demanded demoldl > of China China that Russia Iusala bo b required requiredto requird requirdto
to carryout carrrut her pledge to evacuate eacute Man Manchuria Munchurln Dlunchuria ¬
churia churiaThat churlnThat churiaThat
That any seek suol demand del1nd bas been ben made maderecently mao maorCCnty machrecNntly
recently rCCnty the Washington Wlhlngton oHlcials otlcialt who aro amparticularly aropnrtcularly aroparticularly
particularly pnrtcularly concerned concered comm ted do not Iwlteve 17eltevoMany IwlteveMany hele0 hele0Many
Many months 10nths ago some S010 such representa representations rpretnta rpretntaUonl roprexentnBonn ¬
Bonn Uonl were wer transmitted trulsmited to China but Russia Russiahas HUlla HUllahi R unnia unniaLae
has hi since then given assurances a sural s of her herintention herInhmton herintNntion
intention Inhmton to observe ohlene In good faith faih tho thopromise thopromis theprmnlsn
promise promis to withdraw wlhllrw bur troops from Man Manchurian Manchurll Dlanuhuriwt
churian churll territory terrior by October Octobr of this t hi year yearthat yearthat yearlhnt
that being 1 > Ing the date set in her Ier agreement agreementwith agrement agrementwih agreementwith
with wih China ChinaTim Chlnl Chh7nTha
Tim h publication publiaton now a lnl us < 3 now in n Russian Russiannewspaper BUIIan BUIIannlJIHpaper lfitlrsiaunewPlwper
newspaper of demands made nrde by England Englandand 1nglnld 1nglnldand huglnndand
and Japan Jaanl8 is regard ed on a somewhat 8018ht strange strangeand strangeand tral r rand
and the distrust dilrnt of Russias Ius IAlplrpoI purposes which whichwas srhldltwax
was RI very plainly Inly uttered utered In II the the statement statementprepared slatflelt slatfleltIlrepltlal stalnmentpnparai I
prepared Ilrepltlal at Oyster OJste Pay Iuy and Ild Issued 1 led by hytho hythoState tho thoState thoState
State Iei Pe l ell > aitment t t on Wednesday night nightwas nlhtwa nifhtaax
was wa echoed fchoe today rrdar when hr1 officials oldnh of theGuvernmm the theGovernment theOutelnlwnt
Government Outelnlwnt t read 101 n ad tlr th i1 Nuttt SI pjblltitin pjblltitinIt IItf
It I t Is L suspected lu pcted here her that the the publication publicationwas pubUton pubUtonWlq
was Wlq based otd on tho desire delir of Russia to showthat show showthat showthat
that the attitude atitude of England 1 ngllnd and Japan Japanwas Japn Japanwns I
was wa too threatening to hermit umlt the with withdrawal wlh wlhdrawal withdruwnl ¬
drawal of Russian troops trop from frm Manchuria ManchuriaIn Manchla I III
In II her promise prrll to withdraw wihdraw the remainder remainderof rminder rminderof
of o her military mitary forces forCs In October Octobr Russia Ruxslustipulated Russiastipulated Ruslastpultd
stipulated stpultd that uho ho would woul do so t on con condition cn cndltlol condltlun ¬
dition dltlol that the attitude atlu l of u other Powers Powerswas PowerHW0 PoNVrxseas
was W0 not an obstacle oblacl thereto theretoKnowing therlo therlo1lowin thPreUrlinnwing
Knowing 1lowin the strict Ilrlct press lrH censorship censorshipmaintained IlnHolhll IlnHolhllmllntalned eenxnrshipmaintained
maintained in Russia HUlia offlciaU ofclalt here sus suspect 81 81pct ts tspoet ¬
poet pct hat tht tho ScietH 8ri ls publication llhUctlol was wa in inspired InIplrd inspired ¬
spired Iplrd Die tle object objrt clog t > lng to show io that Eng England Englanllld England ¬
land lanllld and Jtfpan JaPn had 1ld adopted a policy polcy which whichwould whichwould whichn
would n ould compel the Russian HU > ian Government to todecline todeclne todecline
decline declne to ntxin abandon < lon Manchuria Manchuriainother Manchuriainotherwunkr in other otherwords otherworl
words worl that tht the tle attitude alitude of these countries countrieswas countrie countriewaf
was waf tho obstacle thereto IhcrolnAcling theretoActing Ihleto IhletoActng
Acting Actng Secretary Sltary of State Loomls Lml in keeping keep keepIng kefpIng
Ing the President Preident informed Infored of a everything everythingconcerning owrythllg owrythllgcOlcerinp o + erythiugconcurring I IIanchuria
concerning cOlcerinp tho negotiations neotaton in regard rgard to toManchuria Ur3lanchurta
Manchuria Mr Ir Roosevelt oelt Is L x apparently apwrentlydnlerntinod apparentlydetermined apPlnmtly apPlnmtlydetermined
determined to go po to diplomatic extremes extremesto etrrl etrrlto
to secure lecun tho opening onilj to foreign trade of ofports ofportR ofarlN
ports arlN in that thlt province provlno and the statement statementof Iatrmentof
of Wednesday night was intended Intendld to letRnxsin let letRussia letUURa
Russia know kno that tho sincerity sincerty of her pro professions profeslloll prnfeeximu ¬
fessions feslloll of good faith toward the opsn opsndoor npsndoors opandoor
door doors principle princple were doubted douhtld by thiN Gov Government Oovernment Goscrnment ¬
ernment ernmentFor ernment ernmentFor crnmentFar
For Iho present prsent the negotiations neotalons at atShanghai atShanghai ratShanghai
Shanghai by which tho United Unied States Stntr e Com Commissioners Commisioners Commissioners ¬
missioners misioners are nr seeking foklng to bind China to an anarrangement anaragomtnt nuarrangement
arrangement aragomtnt for the opening opning of Manchuria Manchuriato Iachurl
to t the trade of tho world and an not merely merly to toRussian toHU8slan toRusslmt
Russian trade trllo are Iro at a standstill ItancRti but it itis 1 Itkr
is I expected expted that upon pn Secretary Sretry Hays Iys re return retur return ¬
turn tur to Washington Washingtn next week Iek ho wilt 1 sendInstructions send sendInstructions Remllltructo
Instructions lltructo to Mr Conger tho United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat Minister lUnlsttr at lt Pekln which will 1 forco forcofhe forn fornl tonoi
l fhe i ie e issuo Isue and ad show ho definitely difnltely whetlior whetliorRussia whe rvhetharRueAla ir irHU81
Russia HU81 in compelling complng China to refuse rflie to agree agreeto 8jrO agreeto
to t the terms tlrm desired by h the United tlltod States StatesMVST Stltes StltesfT StnteaJlUST
MVST fT HKCKO WITH J HlSSlA HlSSlASenator IlrriUSelator ftUSSlaNenatar
Senator Selator ilillom Culnl Snys lns llrr 11 Inllmiico I 11 I ple In the theImlllw thlJII theIaclllollast
Imlllw JII Iaclllollast tc Mint IS De Overcome OvercomeCHICAGO Cnrtoll CnrtollJCOO IhermmrCnicnao I
CHICAGO JCOO July 4Senator 4Smator Idiom ulom was waxllw wasthe WOHI WOHtho
the chief speaker at the tl11 OldFashioned OldFashionedFourth OIIIHhfoned OIIIHhfonedJolrth Uld hnshioncd hnshioncdIburlh
celebration held at atthe atthl atiho
Fourth Jolrth of July Jlly celebratiol today totay
the Onwenlsla Olwllltla Onu enlSla Club Lake Llt Forest onft The TheSenator TheScooter i
Senator NnklIn sold soldIn Knit I III
In II my opinion the day is II not far distantwhen distant distantwhen diRtnntwhen
when the United States Inttl will 1 be tho mistress mistressof IIttrl IIttrlof
of tho Pacific Pacifc To 0 accomplish accolplHh this Ihil the Influ Influence fnfu fnfuenl influencv ¬
enl of KuKsin EUA1 will wi have to he overcome overcomeCan OlrIOmo OlrIOmoCan orrrcnmaCan
Can the United Unitd States afford aford to become becomeseriously II hecnntoserlauxly colu coluIerlully
seriously involved with n Ith so old and true a afriend afriend atrlmd
friend as Russia RussiaSpeaking UIISi RoastsSpooking
Speaking HpCkllg of Russia luAia calls Uf to my mind mindthe mlmltho mindrho
the recent retont massacre masscre nlassacrnot of the Jews by sonin soninof lom lomof sonurat +
of the people peoplt of that country cOlntry This Thl con conduct conduc conduct ¬
duct duc has hR justly jUIty J aroused arued the th indignation IndlKnlllon of ofthe ofIho offhn
the whota n holn civilized clvibr world ord Whether R hether we wens wea wonx
ns a nation nlon with wih propriety can lal do moro moroto mor monoto I
to show our horror of Russias IIIia8 treatment treatmentof
of the I he Jews JIWI than wo have done ront I do not notknow 10t 10tknow notkunw
know One nation nntlm can al hardly hnrdl interfere interfereIn
In 11 tho internal intral affairs alalrs of another anothertMSEit anothertl sootherfilrfEl
tl filrfEl tMSEit PIItiP stinn srln UEATU UEATUJohn IItl IItlIoln URITIIJohn
John Ioln Crowley CroIIY Wept Wlpt Illnmeir IISllf Into Iomnl Comnlstops Iomnlslwis 4111 4111slOI
stops slOI at Ills 11 IncloH 11 II lloatli lloatliTho Ilatl Ilatlho Iealh177o
Tho ho death of John Crow rowler ley le 10 years YIII oldat old oldat oldat
at his hi hi homo 188 361 1Ja110 Ialtio street Brooklyn Brooklynyesterday Brooklynyesterday rooklynYfRtenlar
yesterday resulted rrRulted so 10 members mlmhll of his hisfamily hil h1Ntinnily
family famiy say ay from froU grief Iret over 011 the death df th of ofhis ofhi n nhks
his hi uncle Chart Crowley of 380 38 Hopkln Hopklngon
son avenue Utnue who was W killed kied on Oi Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wedll 11rvJnexdnynight day daynight
night by a I fall fal from tho elevated 11fntell station stationn Itatiol Itatioln
n Alabama Alabarn avenueThe avenue avenueThe ayen 11
The boy ho had for several felal years Iarl been blen sub xubjrvt subjfict Huhj
jfict j ct to upilcptloflGrand epileptic epleptlo fits ft and his hl uncle Ulcle who waxunrnnrried was wasunmarried wal
unmarried unrlrred had Illl lavished lavllhll much care c r + andaffection and andaffection andaflction
affection aflction on him especially Appclaly since Rlnc the death deathof dlth dlthof deathof
of hi hrr > father four years ago agoHe a uquHu o oHe
He wept WI1rt himself hll lf Into convulsions convlhlln8 when whenhe whenII whoahe
he II heard hllre of If his hil uncles Incle death and Ine wouldutnrut would wouldmoan wlule
moan and lud sob luh for fo r hours at l u I time timeOn thi limofi
IClll On fi Friday Frtdy ho was WIR HI H far quintcd 1liol < 1 down downthat dmrndrat lowl
that that he hl was taken to Ills hil uncles ulclel funeral at atMount atlrmnl ratbinunt
Mount Holly Hol Cemetery At t the grave gla1 ho hejiiid hohad holuul
jiiid another nnotwr attack of hysterical weeping weepingand Ilepinj x reht rehtand
and 11 iwforo Ifor the thl interment Inl11111t was WI tnken back backhome bcle bclehnUe burIrborne
home hnUe in n conch by liis hI mother The Th at attacks alInek nltuckN ¬
tacks continued contluld at Intervals 1111al1 during durnl the thonight t theeight
Inek night nl ht and yesterday rIrID morning lrln nu + rnlnr the trop Ixiysuddenly hoyRuhltnl tropendrlenly
suddenly Ruhltnl lietiime 1 Ix tnnw lu une Miicoiujclous 11I + nxcinux and nnl died Id n nfew afew nraw
few raw minutes mhilt after ufer Dr Walter Wallr J J Campbell Campbellreached COJphl1 l0rnpirllreached
reached tho knees hut The he doctor says IJI that thatthu thaItho thathu
t thu hu iKiy Ix7 y being Ilnl leis q qN nn epileptic 11111tll the th fatal attack attackWHS atack atackW
h his hi erccvsslve erccvsslvegrief euwsxivugrist
WHS W Ar probably prul > Thly brought nn by Ifl1 Ifl1rlef
grief rlef for his hi > unrlnIRhI4U uncle uncleIIIKLAXIt uncloImIU1
rallies ahls IHrrel Urrlt to Mnr lr Cniill fut and ali In Co CoTlrtr Cor CorTaftRoofs ov ovT
T Tlrtr TaftRoofs ft Wanf Friars Irll Illspilte l pnte drilled drilledST Sltlrd SltlrdS BMItrrLST
ST S PiUij July 4 Archbishop 4Arohbllhop Ireland Irelandthis Irllancl Irllanclthll IrclnudthiN
this thll morning addressed addrfRle1 notes notol concerning concerningtho cOlclrlnJ
tho negotiations ne otntlns between bltwefn the Government Governmentand
and I tho Church at at Romo over tho I ho lands laldR ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the friars in I tho ho Philippines Ihlpplnetlllll FI1111ppinoMIslnndabycaay FI1111ppinoMIslnndabycaayut Islands by way wayof wuvof
of thn Ihl now Pacific oablo hln which opened openedat lpneil lpneilat
at midnight to II Gov Cov Taft and Inl to Mgr MgrGuidi MgrGuilt Ilr Ilruidl
Guilt uidl Papal PIIla Pnpn Delegate DIl tlt in the islands IAlld and andrepreBnntal amirelHelfltal1 andre17rrnmdul
repreBnntal relHelfltal1 ivo vo of ff the PuprTha Pope PopeTho Pop PopTho
Tho note to tho latter Inltlr wns sl nlin nx In the nature natureof natureof Intureof
of a protest rotest concerning concrning the thl delays dellYI In fhnPnttlement tho thosettlement thoIotlcment
settlement Iotlcment of the thl differences dlfrenCI between hot ween ihrChurch tho thoChurch tl
Church and tho tho Government Oovnrmnt and arc expressed expresseddissatisfaction pxpreMsllIUeftlfucll1 nxprt7NetvldlxAatistuctiun
dissatisfaction at Iho I ho non nonconcluftlon nononcuMion concluxion of ofa ratn
IUeftlfucll1 o
a settlement HIJt lemplt Tho cablegram IUI > nlm which was wasIn wal wanin
In French Jrench wild wildIfor 11111 11111Oldi fwld1lpr
Ifor fluid Oldi ManilaI Manila 1lin 1linI
I Brett yi you > u May Iny the I Lreiitost jrcltt snccens aI1rCIManth snccensnttewl tICC tICCIthIUI
nth IthIUI nttewl rreft ul you nu In II all al the thiruis thtli undertaken undertakeny nndrtlkll
Iw > y you YOI How to Is It that there therl In so 10 much uuuhdelay muchdelay 111h
delay In tho Ih negotiations nelollt1 relating relltnl to tlie thHuwnnatla tliemunnnllo Ihl
111 munnnllo lo laniU IlnclM Here Hert people ore nrl rapidlybecmnlnR rapidly rapidlybecoming flJlly flJllylecorlnl
becoming lecorlnl Iln Impatient IOPtlnl Jeopl IIIKLAND Inaeaxnrt IIIKLANDA Jmlm JmlmA
A second lecuml Hula luto addressed nddresld to Gov 0 THft THftrends THftrOull TNtdada
rends rendsMar rOull r
Mar Kastwn Jlterl oklen HI + ever Ier guard lunrd you In healthu health healthConuratnlntlom healh healhConlrtllatons
Conuratnlntlom Conlrtllatons on Ul u ray your au lr r continued contnled c nntlnu e r l success successI Iuces su eons eonsI
I hl ho now that the h hind ncxotlution ntlotatoDI with ihopapnl Iho thofirty IhoPalmi
Palmi 11111111 Deleantn wil will Moon bra l clOOpd claxrd 1y 1ybe1ty bty btyhearty
hearty be1ty firty rrnanw rtlanl to Smith lmlth lueumo JIILAD
UOES tJl1 TltnoVUlI TIRII1 AT 11 I M MWire lf11Iroa
Wire rel GreetIIIIM Crlelll to Ios 4i v Tart 1af at JIanll JIanllWith blanlla11Ith anla
With 11 the iompletlon olpletOI ol the Mew ew IJn IJnof Jnk Jnkor IJnk IJnkof
of Our Fanimt arhlt Iotisefslons Porsesslonal7rat Porsesslonal7rat11unls o e IOI8lllrKt IOI8lllrKtWordl FIr FIrHorils
Horils Tflcisraiilieil Round the Wurhl WurhlPresident 11urldPresident orli orliPrtsldent
President Prtsldent Roosevelt oloel at 1107 107 oclock las lasnight IIt IItnight last lastnight
night sent Hnt this thli message mfBHgo to Gov 00 lov Taft a aManila at atMania utDfanlin
Manila Mania cable over the newly completed PaciH PaciHcable Plcfo Plcfocnhle Padflocable
OvHimi KAV IS 1 + t July JUi 4 4Gat aGnt 4Gor
Gat Tall III Manila Ilil
1 open OIH the Amrricnn AniMluitiPiitifle AIIIlmllllin 1nejfle mblc with will1ireetlntfs wll withreetin
rrtltnlK ireetlntfs reetin s to you ou and Ind the pPOt people leolll lr of the Philip Philippines lhllp lhllpIlnls lhlllpplnea
pines Ilnls THEODOIIK fuaoualeRuaexrssr fuaoualeRuaexrssrFrorri UFIOUi KOOSKVKLT KOOSKVKLTFrom Ruo nLr nLrFrom
From nn early hour our yesterday mornm mornmall morning morningal morningall
all al the heads headl of tho Postal Io tal Telegraph eltg1ph Com Company COinpany Compony
pany were 1ro on duty It was expected Ixccttd that thnthe thatthe thatIhu
the lost lait connection conntotln at Honolulu wouldbra would wouldb ould ouldb
b bra made at about abut 2 oclock Now York time timeVicoPresldent tme tmeVlcoPr timeVicn
Vicn VicoPresldent VlcoPr PrExldont > l ont W II IL Buker Kfgar Igar C CBradley CBradloy CBrndlny
Bradley the assistant aSIRtant general genrrl manager managerand manlgcrand tnnnagrrand
and about a I dozen other officials ofclalt spent fptnt the rhowhole thewhole thewholo
whole day In tho office Ofl in this thll city cir waiting waitingfor WIlinl WIlinlfur u nttingfur
fur the opportunity opprtuniy to send through the thePresidents th thIrPhlpltR tiroPrPf7irlenCe
Presidents IrPhlpltR message nuxxngeAt messageAt IWHage IWHageAt
At 0 oclock ocok last hlt night the message me ago como comothrough COIO COIOthrough comathrough
through from frm Honolulu 10nolul1 that Iho ends 111 of the thncable t11 t11cbln thecable
cable had Ijoen spliced sp1cfcllmL but that it would hn hnimpossible b bImplblo huimporwlblo
impossible Implblo to send slm an electrio elocrlo current currentthrough currnt currntthrough currentthrough
through the wire n process procl which accord according according occording ¬
ing to Mr Baker would luke about two twohours two10ul twohoist
hoursAt hours 10ul hoistAt
At 020 last III night Mr 11 Baker Bkcr received receivedthin Ifcel tereivedthin II IIthit
thin thit message nltsag by the Atlantic Atanto cabio from fromhis fromhil fromhGt
his hil companys companY1 manager maliger at Honolulu IonoluluAbaft HonoluluAbout 10nolulu 10noluluMAhout
About to mako final splash Tim h thou thouUdx tlmothis lmn lmnthlR
this despatch dfpatch wns a sent from Honolulu was wax3501n 8
3501n 350 35 in the t e afternoon afternoonTho afternoonho afternoonThu
Tho ho Cable Clblo Building Bulih1K was al decorated dntral d from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the ground jrumi to roof rof yesterday Cterlay with flags flagsand llgf llgfami Ihtgsand
and bunting buntng to celebrate tlmte c the thl opening openlnl of oCthe oftho orthe
the new cable The ThI entrance eutranc to tho build buildIng Imld ImldIng build1nq
Ing was wa u ns arched Ircd with Ith nn artistic artlto arrange arrangement rrangemrnt ¬
ment tlnt of tho national latlonlmorlond colorsand from every everywindow everya vfrylndo1
a window lndo1 Indna flags tllfR were flown flownClarence lown lownClannco flownClnnnm
Clarence II Mackay Iclay who I ho remained in inOyster inOrltor inOyxtor
Oyster Orltor Day to send Icnd an away ny the th Presidents Presidentsmessage 1reaidPntNmrsw
message mlRgl mrsw + ge was in constant constant communication communicationwith ormuulctlon ormuulctlonwih
with wih Mr Ir Biker l tker and 811 was informed by tele tolephone telephone tlle tllephono ¬
phone of the progress proglIR of the work of join joining joining joinlug ¬
ing the I he ends of the cable lblo In Honolulu HonoluluTo
To 10 give an al historic hlsto1c surrounding to tile thofirst tile11t Ihoflrot
first 11t message mCaage sent fnt under the Pacific lacifc tho thooflldals thoonlclai Ihuotflciale
onlclai oflldals of the Postal 1ostl Telegraph Telegrph Companyurrangtxl Company Companyarranged lmpIY lmpIYarrnged
arranged arrnged that ono + section Ictlon of tho th wire wir over overwhich 011 011which overwhich
which the Presidents Prs llnts message melRjo shouldtravel should shouldtravel Ihould Ihouldtmel
travel would l hc > c rondo up of pieces pleII of ulrowhich wire wirewhich wirewhich
which are identified identfed with wih tho th development developmentof
of telegraphic tcle rphlo telephonic and power pwer transmission trans transmission trn trnml810n ¬
mission ml810n from Irom tho time tinn when whel Morse Mar + demon demonstrated demontratcd demonstroterl ¬
strated the practicability plctm lly of his hts Invention InventionThis hlfntlon hlfntlonThl rntian rntianThis
This historical historcal section ftlon as I it i was wa described describedby de
by Mr Baker lllr yesterday Yl tlnlay consisted conHitol > tl of ofportions ofportons ntportions
portons portions of n the thl wire Ire over which whih Blorse Dior9eWent Blorsescut 101 101nt
Went nt his first lmt message UIHRag of tho wire wireovor n ir iror lro lroovar
ovor which Ihlch Bell Bl transmitted trnHmled his hi first firstcoble firstInlophono Imt Imtfloplon
message a eectiun of the Ore Orembla t tcblo
floplon melgo 8cton
coble cblo used Us by Cyrus Cns W Fiold Flllci to commu communicate communflato e mm mmnicutn ¬
nicate nflato with wih Kuropo under unlltr tho Atlantic Atantc u astrip uItrlp ustrip
strip Itrlp of tho wire wir used by Edison Edi on when whtl ho holighted holghed hulighttvl
lighted lghed his hL first fllt Incandescent incandfrccnt lump lm from frm an anelectrical anolltrlcl nnnlecidaal
electrical olltrlcl lighting Ilhtng station Iluton n section ltctoa of the thewire thowire ihowirr
wire + through throu h which a I current currlt was wal u as sent 8t in inRichmond Inlchmone InRichmond
Richmond lchmone Vn to provide pr idH motive mo t v power powerfor poworfor poweror
for or the first frt trolley troley railroad riroll a strip Il rip of the thowire thl thlwire thewire
wire through thrugh which the current currtnl of aloe electricity ec ectricU aloetrlcil ¬
tricity tricU y ywas was sent nt by Iry President Prrdiellt Cleveland Clevelml when wiienhe whenho whenhe
he opened Iho Worlds Worlll Fair FiiI in Chicago and anda ane
a sect ftcUun xreifon ton of the cable cahe user used 11e1 to carry rrry the th first firstcurrent frlt frltcurrent firstcurrent
current of electricity trctricit from tho power pwer plant plantat
at Niagara Niagar Falls FeltsThu FallsTho Fala Falafhe
Tho message melng sent lnL by President Prelldtlt Roose Roosevelt loe loewit Rrrosevelt ¬
velt in 1 in fact the tll first flrt that has 11l really reallygono raly ralygono reallygoon
gono around the world In 1890 when ho hoopened heolened 60opened
opened tho National Natonal Klectrical Exposition Expositionat ExpOitlon ExpOitlonat
at the Grand Central entrl Palace Senator SenatorChauncey 8lm SenatorChnuncroy tor torClmltY
Chauncey ClmltY M Dopa lepow Dpow + v sent a despatch teputch which whichwas whlh whlhali whichsvav
was ali supposed to hus have haY N travelli trawll d t around tho fhnglulNS thoglolie thoIlohe
glolie An a I matter mater of fact hrnvevnritsvent however howeverit howellr howellrIt
itsvent it went toSan to San Francisco came back through throughNew throughNew througluNew
New York YorJ to India ndll China Chiu1 and Japan Japanwhence Japanhlcl Japana
whence a hlcl heuct + it was returned roture to this thl city ciy Tho Thotime rhothou ho hotmo
time tmo of transmission trllmlHHion was WI fifty ffy minutes minuteswhich mlnll s swhich
which was 1 regarded then thol as a I wonderful wonderfulachievement wondcrul N undertulnchiavemenl
achievement achievementTho achlevemtnt achlevemtntTho
Tho course COUI + that we followed fo1owell yesterday yesterdayby I
by tho Presidentu mtssngo I1HHlje was wal a conq comjiloto comjilotocircumnavigation Olllloto + luto lutocircuuuuts
circumnavigation drculnuigltion circuuuuts igntiat of the world From FromOyster FromOYllor FromOyster
Oyster OYllor Bay the menaago mltlgu sped RI t to San Htn Tn Fran Francicco Frandlco Francisco
cisco dlco then bv h the new IIIW cable rnh1 to G Honoluluthen Honolulu Honoluluthen Ionolulu Ionoluluthtn
then thtn through the stations Itotlonll at hfulN Midway uy Island IslandGuam 1 IslandGunrn lalc
Guam and nd Manila ania to Hong Kong KOlg From FromHong FromHong FromHong
Hong Kong it was sent Klt along wires and nndcables alcahle andcnblsA
cables already established Iltahlshe1 to t t tho Ica Azores Azoreswhero Axorrxwhere zr zrwhero
where whero it won Wi taken tokpn up again o nJn by the thf Com Cornmnntul Commercial Comltrlul ¬
mercial ltrlul cables hi and ant forwarded forwunlld to New tw York YorkTho YorkThu ParkTho
Tho laving Lavmp at It Honolulu of the last section sectionof IICtOI IICtOIof
of the Pacific cable cah brought brl ht to a suroxsfful suroxsffulend sucofulenelgrat sure + xxful xxfulNod
end enelgrat u great and Illt difficult difcult enterprise In ocean oceantelegraphy oceanIchgruphr arsontalegrnphp
telegraphy Prior Pror to tho 11 completion olllletion of oftho oftho ofiho
tho hew i new cable tlhl a 0 message mtagl from thw th H countryto country lluatryto
to Manila had ha41to to traverse tm Cr a zigzag zig zuq course cnrtrsHwhich coursewhich COl
which ifnk UK In n Portugal Porugal Egypt I gypl India Ildia andhbut and andChina Ilui IluiChlll
China Chlll hbut requiring rquiring fifteen fftel separate fep1to trans transmissions trI ir ns nsrnsaionN ¬
missions IIHIt and covering n dwtancn ditlano of 14000 14000miles 100 100mie t4eg1rnlles
miles mie For this Ihll service NPrv rk Ew to Iho Ih Philippines Philippinestho lhirplnC
tho I American Government Uovonlllnl wiw Wi u ttA payingabout paying payingnbout ayingabout
about 400000 S000 n 1 yearTho year yearTho ytar ytarTho
Tho need neld for a Pacific locllo cable clb1e was Wil dweltupouby dwelt dweltupon dWIltUpO
upouby upon UpO by President prldlnt McKinley in u 1 mesmigo mesmigoto IRO IROto
to Congress In February lbrutry lean 181n Congress Congresshesitated COIRrpl1 Cungrrnxhr
hesitated hlltater hr + xitatHd to undertake the work but hut in inlGOt inlGOtJuhn fiat 1601John fiatJahn
John W Muckuy Mlekay ofTetred oII r1 to lay a cableadthout cable cablewithout cahllwihout
without wihout subsidy 6uh > ldy or guarantee RUlantle Hist H pro proposal prousal r ¬
posal usal was accepted and otll the new IIW cnlil cnbkIlan cnlillino th thInl < >
lino Inl Ilan was WI begun hll 11 on 01 Dec 18 Il lust IIt year rtnr when whentho whenfhn hpl
tho th ntnmm steamship hip Silver HIlr Town lejan be ul pny paying payingout Ing Ingnut
out 011 the cable from San Hn Fnmctaco fruncfcn to Hono Honolulu lonn lonnIllu ons onsIola ¬
lulu Illu Tho now nt route full as mapped lappei out 011 bad badfour IUII IUIIfOlr hodlour
four fOlr great preat ocean OC11 stretches 1tch thn fln first 1 + l 2271 22711IIIHfN 2271miles Z 271
miles mil long between hltwNn bctss Prn San Franci frlcoli brrlucisco co nnd nndHawaii Ii fmdHnwuli 111 111Jawll
Hawaii Jawll the tl second Jcnll trfltulles l3M miles IleR from Hawaii Hawaiito Hnal I
to Midway Island IIlnnl tho 1m third u stretoli of t I
2503 213 miles mllR from Midway Wand rlcnc to Ihtanrwhile Guam Guamwhile OI I
while whlo the fourth fourt I section lootol WHS R one 01 of 1400 1400miles 140 ItIXImilrx
miles 111 from Guam to Luzon LuzonDifferent II1on II1onDllllt LuznnDifferent
Different Dllllt steamships Itlfm xG + nmxhipn hll wero tl + chartered ohnrleld for forthe forthl furthH
the thl laying lalnl of the tll cable Ilhll lx IJWlCI 17e1aecn lween thr tl lhrse i > four fourpoints fOI fourix7lntH
points polnlJ and ant with wih the tIl arrival yesterday ymxlnrrl ry of oftho nIthe nlthe
the steamship Anglln AII III at Honolulu afterlaying after afterlaying Ilftrrlaying
laying tho Midway IslandHawaii 1Hlrrnd Ifawuif section sectionwas lIfdiunWilli Aec lion lionwas
was marked tho completion of the tI tll11 hk of ofsinking ofIIlnkn ofoinking
sinking IIlnkn an SOOOmllo BtxN > milo cabin under the thePacifio IIIllaclIo ihNIacl0n
Pacifio PacifioWhile laclIoWhli Iacl0nRLH
While W H Baker vieoprtwldonl vkr preNGinnl of ihc ihcCommercial Ih IhlIIl11ernlal Ihoouunornlal I
Commercial Cable able Company ompwry mpul wax waiting VILIt Ing I
last night ulgl + t for Information of the Ih npHiing npHiingof splints splintsof lflin lflinnf I
of the Ih Jam strands of fhn Ih he new nl cable lII which whichwill whldlwill N bicl bicla
a will III permit themndim the Itlndlru sending oP > f n mnwngiaround mnwngiaroundtho m mPSxnge nrI around nrnnndthe aroundthe
the world In shout uli In I b 0 I IIIIIPI Imo he I pointed pointedout pnlnttelout pninlr4nut
out the apparent puririux pure + lux which this thisachievement IhltachlnemEnl thisachiNVrment
achievement will bring about KbuIIII
1 have hll VI nmrtoout mnrln out n table he said showing show showing ho hoIng ¬
ing the times at which u cuhle lbl drprll11 drprll118et Ifsputch Ifsputchlent
lent around the world orlrl by the I he new n able cublowould cxbluwould I Iwluld
would pass tho th transmission wtalions A Amessage AmlflOltl Arnnsxagn
message starting from Now York nt Illoclolk 5 5oclock 5oclock
oclock this morning would reach Hono Honolulu 110110lulu Ilnnrrlnlu ¬
lulu at II P M yesterday Y would get t toal to toMidway toMidway
Midway Island 1 al a ud al 10 P M y yesterday yIIIIrrn rx t err ray toUurun to toGuam 10luum
Guam at 7 11 P M today to Manila at fi 1 llIl llIlloduy 111tmduy M Mtoday
today would roach India nt 3 oclock ri clock tliti tlitiafternoon 1hLantternau I IaflNl1oollllnd I
afternoon aflNl1oollllnd and would get back to Now I York Yorkat YOIkat Ynrkat
at about n oclock this morning Thus the themessage thOlI1tlflnRe tbPmrxaage
message although leaving Now York to today today today ¬
day would have rondo a t trip rip Into yesterday
Similarly if a despatch was sent eastward eastwardtoday 11IIariloday Puxuvunlwould
today it would reach re act t Guam tomorrow tomorrowand Inmorrowanel 1 e r morn mornand w
and yet be back in Nnw York within an auhour anhour IUlhour
hour after it was sent nt away to today toda rhsy
Transfers Tran hl8 Ills Phase In a New cw Irlsoo I rlloo Ilutrl Ilutrlto 110111to iiotelfu
to Hermann Oclrlchs OclrlchsSAN OllrlchsSAN IhlrlcheSeN
SAN FRANCISCO IlAIiCI6CO July 4 4A A deed has been beenfiled been1I1ed hcottlied
filed hero hll by which William K Vanderbilt VanderbiltJr
Jr and his wife wffoltrginla Virginia Fair oahVundorblll oahVundorblllI Vanderbilt Vanderbiltconvey Vunrtorbiltconvoy
I convey to Hermann Hermm n Oolrlclw and Theresa TheresaFair ThertlIFair TharcrxsFalrOalrichsthoironwtutlP
Fair FalrOalrichsthoironwtutlP Oelrichu their onehalf undivided inter interest IntorIllt Inlorest ¬
est in tho Fairmont Hotel property Tho Thofact 1hnfact Thofact
fact that tho Vamlerbilts havo decided to towithdraw towithdraw towithdraw
withdraw from tho Fairmont Hotel owner ownership ownership ownership ¬
ship was published several months ago agoafter alOafter ogoafter
after Mr and Mrs In Vanderbilt visited San SanFrancisco Sanrolclsco SonFroncisoo
Francisco and held consultations with n Ith the theOolrichses thoOelllchlC ihoUolrlchsoN
Oolrichses OolrichsesTho OelllchlCfho UolrlchsoNThu
Tho deed filed hero was executed cXt < mlcli In InParis In1lIil inIaria
Paris Franco ranco on I n Juno 1210 1 12 1001 < X1 Tho lh prop property propIty property ¬
erty transferred trnnafen I ed covers nn entire block blockand blckand blockand
and is iKiumied by California Powell PowellMason PowellIa PnwcllMasai
Mason Ia on and Sacramento streets streetsTho Ntrrrisfhn I Ifh
Tho fh Fairmont Hotel plans call all for an ex expenditure expeuditure ¬ i i1ndllllNl
penditure of 12500000 and young Mr Yanderbilt Van Vanderbilt AII AIIderbllt
derbilt thought the hotel wouldnt pay payTho payTha 11 11lhl
Tho building is going up rapidly and Mr MrOelriclw MrOelriclll D1rOelriclw
Oelriclw la s said to linve already engaged engagedthree tgagedthrfJe rngngedthree
three floors to permanent guests Thahotel Tho Thohotel 1hohotel
hotel will 11 have the finest slow in the citysoil city cityand cityand
and will a 111 ho fitted up in a style similar to tothe tofhn I Ith
the th WuldorfAutoria WuldorfAutoriaFI WaldorfAstorill1I11mI Wrtklurt dstorin dstorinF
F FI 1I11mI EVA SHOT III n1rcn llmHlMV llmHlMVLatter ila ilaLatter I IJatr
Latter Kxplaln plalll Hint He II 1 11as Olrlirallns Olrlirallnsml fllhratinsand
and ml Didnt Mean to lilt Ill Any 11 One OneEdward 01111Edwnnl hsnErlwnrd
Edward Glblin < n fireman attached to toEngine tonglnn toEnglno
Engine 72 i21n in Wnst Rnxt1n Twelfth elft dith h street Atnrtwnxwalk Atnrtwnxwalking wns all walk walking walking ¬
ing through throu h West Eleventh street IItn ft yester yesterday ytwterday ter terday ¬
day afternoon when he was struck in tho tholeft tholeft iholeft
left thigh by n bullet fired by Ilene Henry Luxem Luxemburg JuIInburg Iatuanburg ¬
burg a special policeman employed en + ployed by bythe byth bythe
the th Holmes company companyLuxemburg companyLuxemburl companyLuxemburg
Luxemburg was lucked lock d up In the Mercer Mercerstreet hlcrcerstroct rcer rcerl
street l station on n charge of felonious feloniousassault PrinulatxaxwTUh i ialifl1ult
assault He said that he was firing his dx re revolver revolvlI revolver ¬
volver to celebrate the Fourth I und didntmean didnt didntmean didntmean
mean to lilt OIblin Tho 110 Injured man manwas mallwns loonwas
was taken to St Vincents Hospital HospitalwATEitnuny HosplifdIIIPEIrltUltl 1 1IIWIWIll
tlNR llyle McCarthy lcCurlh Found OIul1 Injured and onilItaeil IIndUUII andIazrd
Itaeil at 4 A M H11nTtatnunY MWATKHDUHY 1 1WATJollnUItY
WATKHDUHY Conn July 4 4MLxx Miss 1i > 11 Lizzie LizzieMcCarthy Jlz1loolcCarthy JIzziehleCarthp
McCarthy aged 25 was found at 4 A t M Mtoday 11today hitu
today tu day in the I he gutter gIlU of an unfrequented unfrequentedstreet
street in a dazed condition Her hair was WIIIbloody cartebloody
11 bloody 1 und matted and I there 1 Was wa a deep IIeepgn deepgnxh 1 1gash
gash gn on iho ho cheek cheekShe chlf ohtvktiter k kHhl
She wns carried cru ritvl home and ntl since then Uu + n has hasbeen hasbCllI tinebevy
been in n a stupor unr all the time and can Rive Riveno qh l N Nno
no account of herself hetselTFollowing herselfFollowing hCIclfFullowllIlI
Following so closely after tho mysterious mysteriousassault mYlltrlouliaAA1l1lt nysGriottxaAmult
assault on Maggie Crane it l loads hx + dx to the thosuspicion theIIupicion th9auxpiclon
suspicion that some fiend is here hendetenninnl hendetenninnlon determined determinedon
on slaying III ing women on dark unfrequented unfrequentedstreets unfrequclltctl8t
streets streetstut 8t rfol N NInt N11r
tut I n woons W IS AH tlUlIinn tlUlIinnIII NESTED NESTEDUp
Up nnd UN JII So failed SIstiT Ileid for the HieDrain I theheath hI hIfIIU
Drain fIIU of Col nillUm WIIII III Hen HenSAN nlIRAN ItrNlSeN
SAN FIIANCISCO July 4 4Alfrlfl Alfred M MBest MBellI DLBE
Best BE + st of New York son on o of Col William WilliamBest WilliameHt 1VilliatnBent
Best whose mysterious dMth while the theguest thegUClt theguest
guest of Dr J D Woods WOO l at S San tn Rafael Rafaelcaused ltafaelCIlIIIIC Itntnelcanstd
caused CIlIIIIC commentl7TS comment lias taken up the matter matterof
of his fathers death and writes wrlt to San SanItafael SanUafllfllInnouncing Sonltahlel
Itafael UafllfllInnouncing announcing thc fact that Dr DrlYoodx DrlYoodxand Woods Woodsand Woodtland
and his sister Miss l1i Cloy Woods are under underarrest undrarrIII underarrest
arrest nnd will wllllJl be brought to California tostonfl to toBland tostanet
Bland trial trialDr trialDr friahllr
Dr Woods und his hi reputed sister cut cutquito cuLIulto cutquite
quito a dash In San Rafael society and were wereadmitted werenlmltted werondrolited
admitted into int the best bCl > t families + 7 with tho thoresult thorelult ihorexult
result that the doctor became engaged to toMiss toIIIIH toMIsA
Miss IIIIH Georgia Hlckmott Ilic lnott < Tho engagement engagementhad
had a sensational terminationand tlrminalion an1 Jin ex expose oxIJO expoaci ¬
pose IJO of Dr Woods anti his sister followed followedwhen followJtlwhen followersi
i when + hen It was learned that his hi claims to dis distinction ellsIIncl distinetion ¬
tinction IIncl ion wero u 111 pretetxo It wall found thaths that thatho thathe
ho was wa unknown In fh th1 cities whero he hesaid he1Il1c heraid
said ho h had practised practisedDuring prncti practixrdDuringthnhelght cd cdDurlnp
During Duringthnhelght the height ofhspupulnrityltinnds ofhspupulnrityltinndsintroducrl of his hi popularity Woods WoodsIntroduced WontlRInlrotlueel
Introduced to his new acquaintances Col ColWilliam ColWllllnm CnhBillinm
William Best an elderly olchrl gentleman entlrIII11 fromtI1P from fromthe frolllIIII
the East Jo nsl who ho said MiL was wa his hf dearest dearestfriend dllarpRtfrlfmc descentfriend
friend Best lived with Woods because his hishealth hllhmlt hisluabh
health hmlt h wns a ne poor Th 1111 he > Colonel was sud suddenly flucltlenly suddenly ¬
denly 1nL tnken cn ill IIIlInd and on April 0 died Thnixxly Th Thbody Jh1 Jh1hotly
body wos taken to the Ih tnorguo but nsthere ns nsthero allthlrfO
there were PTIJ no grounds for suspicion l u plclon nt nttho atIho ratthH
tho time it was wa returned t to Woods who whonhlnped whoPhipp I Iflhlpped
nhlnped Phipp < xl it to New Jrrerynn Jersey on April 11 11lor 11lorhur7A1 for forburial I Ihurlal
burial burialDr hurlalDr hur7A11r
Dr W F Jones of San Pnfiiel afllellittentlcil afllellittentlcilCo attended attendedCol ntlPndodCoL
Col Host from April pril I to t April 4 In nn aninlerviow nnInhrjw nnlulerviea
inlerviow the physician rhyslcilln says saysI lOay lOayr
I WHS called IIlIe into the ease root1I as consulting consultingphysician mnsultiu mnsultiuhysirinn onl1ultlnlIlh
physician Ilh hysirinn flnn Woods you know represented representednlmself rlpre rrg7mseniEritlimerlt ntlli ntlliIhnfpf
nlmself Ihnfpf to be a doctor although he rarely rarelytalked larflytalkl rarelytalktvl
talked talkl shop shoplf Rho RhoI shopIlls
lf I lit FtLL OF I UUWIIStlIhl UVOVM UVOVMlKl L LNelhhhorhnods
StlIhl Nelhhhorhnods > ° > lKl > l > > orlio orhllllts < ids JIS l < Hater when Tanks In Inllupfels IIIlIullrel8 luilupfrls
llupfels Ilriwcry IIrlIr Hunt UuntSeveral HuntSeveral lIuIHceral
Several hundred flat dwellers hud to toevacuate toovauatl touvncuntN
evacuate their homes hastily hrratllyIftat lust night nightas
as a result of nn accident in the Icehouse of ofllupfels ofIIUpflI oPIluptrlx
llupfels Brewery rewlIY at Hist street arid Third Thirdavenue Thirdtenul Chinns
avenue ns enttc Two tanks containing ammonia ammoniaamong ammoniaumollg ammoniaumonp
among other things burnt Eyes began l Igan > to towater toIAter towntcr
water and the tl people Jl < oplo living hr inq directly oppo opposite ¬
site tho brewer brewery found It impossible to tostay toAla
stay Ala in their homes until tho th ammonia ammoniahad I1mmonll1hn nmmoninhurl
had hn n chanco + to blow hlowanv hlowanvIt away
It was twenty ta euty minutes before tho smell smellhad sllwllhatl smellKarl
had disappeared A l lot lo of men + went nt COIke to tothe 10I
the I hI Morritanla station Italiolllllulnskt1 nnd nudaAktNl nuked t thn thopalicr thopalicrto ho police policeto
to iiiveitiRate inrcNtiR + tte tho can rnuxP ntl f of the smell and nnrlit andIt
It was then that 1 if way discovered whathod what whathad whltIIIHI
had happened Those Thn nt the tit hrnaervnndrl brewery brewerycould hrIIrvcOIII1
could gite qi + e no reason rIl 1l for the bursting of ofthe oPthe fi fiI
the I hi tanlih tanlihKlLLElt 111111 111111Ii ttndtxtilllhl
KlLLElt Ii 1111 II Kl 1 I OLICEMA 1lllrifFIlal77drt > OLICEMAtiller U I 1
tiller Who Tried lo Steal o tl III a CnUu raW of To Tnmalorn Tomatoes ¬
matoes Shot 1101 In II i riinse 17raseiun riinseIlPHADEMiUA
IlPHADEMiUA IIIII suetrute I EIIIIU July 4 For or IryiiiK I rllI to tostenl 10IInl toNtml
stenl a crate of tornaloes Edward H Stenger Stenger2H r
2H ytvirs + old of 2510 South ndh Kosewnod HII IHd street streetwan ltrfltWIllI Ntrwasvan
wan killed It II lecJ today loda by h n bullet fired by Polire Poliremui Poliremall 1oliremnn
mall Charles C linker IIf < if the Do Ijmeey Ijmeeystreet IoIIII lauurystreet y ytt
street tt rct station house houseStenger hnIlKS houseShnger
Stenger S nl r with two nthci tI11I tried in Ntenlthe steal stealthe Rtmlthl
the Imm tomatoes loNS from n srn wagon lIIWIII on linker Nnathem saw sawthem Hnw111f1I1
them and nave Itll chase Iha The fhl thieves dls disregarded dlsrejCllrd1I dlsregarded ¬
regarded his hl l cries to I halt and Baker shot illICItluw ahnlaw
low nt them themSiencer lbws5tnntter
Siencer SIlil lr ran a block further after tho thojiistol Ih UuJiintni +
jiistol I tnl had been fired and II 1111 I hen fell dead deadThe
The Ihl i he bullet hall entered his kidmys ltidu ft Raker RakerIs + tkrr tkrrix
Is under surveillance at Hit 11 station IIlt lnn house housepending hrI hrIIWndinlt boastpending
pending the Coroners 4 Investigation 1r1tl lItloll into intoIho llituIhl InhaU7r
Iho cone wisi1flfT conel n t ttI
flfT l i11 tI T 1 f WlfKSOV K fffOSfiV fffOSfiVTo IOli IOlinl 1 1Yo
To He Iticonlor of rn Hoard of Ordnnnie Orlln 1114 r and amiIortirealliMis 11111lortlrAlllm and1urtlfratlonN
IortirealliMis IortirealliMisSMINOToj 1urtlfratlonN1t
1t SMINOToj July I Hrljc IIrIIiI1 Gen len Gil Rillexplothe Gillesple
lesple lexplothe tho th Chief of n KiiiirKorsaiid nlrl lrK IInrl Rriq RriqGnn Ik IkII
GPII II Croler ern > the th Chief rat o Ordnanre Ordnanrewere rdnanc + slo I1i I1iWI < >
were WI > e designated dI lIflted for the th purpose J lIrpOR II by iy the theSecretary th ihoerrttery I
Secretary + 1Irltilr of War ttr bare ha U selected 1ic + d 1 Cnpl CnplTrnoy at I ITracy
Tracy C C Diekwu icI II of tho Ordnance Irrh + anor l 11111111 > imri if i imerit i
merit n ar recorder and dlHbiirsingofHcor dlHbiirsingofHcorof 11IllIlrlinit rnelr f j jof I
of tho Hoard of Ordnanoo and Fort Fa idea IitlcaIinnsglThlN ideationsCiTliU iflc I
tionsCiTliU I > Is I n pout po t of great reut Importance Importanceand 1
and Cap all Dlckson s selection 1 iN Il high highhonor blabhmnn I
honor lo that t young Oln ofliicr He hat made madeconio maderam
ordnanee ram nIIhI iioti be imprmeinentx hnpr Iment in modern modernordnanee moeltrnordnunfe i
1 1SfLrlli9
Hi lo < THAT coons 7mr iiiitrn iiiitrnThe 1111 1111The
The Worst Crlmr rlllle AgnliMt Aatll t This rhl Country CountryHe COllntrlie P t
He Says Is I Dishonesty m hOlltKI In lather Pub Public 1lIlJoII ¬ r rIle
lic II or 1rlvulr Prh ale Life and Slioulil Sot lie lieCondoned lieomlonetlUcelnc i i y ylondmtedIlcoene
omlonetlUcelnc Condoned Decency llouejly 1I0nelt and andlkpuro nnilH nn nnHfllllt
Hfllllt H < iiare UralliiR Ulanl1 IIlflublte lUiiil lle for 01 Cool CoodCitizenship 0011 0011ntlll1I1KhllThI r rClOzenahlpThla
ntlll1I1KhllThI Citizenship Thl Country lias Ab Absolutely 1Uaolulcly 1Jo 1JoHoilltel ¬
solutely Hoilltel No r 1811 o for n aPool1layor Fool 1oo1Uor 1oo1UorLolV Mayor MayorLaw r i iLo
Law Lo + v Talks of Educational ChaiiRrx ChaiiRrxThe nial1ll11o nial1ll11o1ho 1UaugrsThe
The town of Hunt ngton lon L 1 had a aglorious IglorlouR aglortoua
glorious Fourth It not only celebrated celebratedthe N Niho
the nations birthday in an elalx Ilaborato > rato man manner manlier ¬ l ltier
ner tier but it also celebrated tin 2i 0thunnl 2Olhonnlersary 25Uthunnlrersnry > 0thunnlersary
ersary ersary of IIH own founding The President Presi President < I Idlllt ¬
dent of tho United States was there to tohelp tohelpalngthe r rhelpalnngtheahoserwworonlxoMarorLnw
help helpalngthe helpalnngtheahoserwworonlxoMarorLnw helpalnngtheahoserwworonlxoMarorLnwSt alongtheshow hoILM as woronlso Mayor Low LowSt LowSt
St Clair MeKelway IICKlllwl William 11Il111 II Baldwin BaldwinJr Cq
Jr president of the Long inland Railroad Railroadthe 1lallroadthe Italic n ad I i ithe s
the Hon William J Youngs YOUII United States StatesDistrict StahflDiHtrlct SlnhrDixtrict
District Attorney Attornr + y for the Eastern District Districtof h hof
of Now York and aOl11i a great company of other otherdlstlngulsliod otherdlllnJui r
dlstlngulsliod dlllnJui lhmllwrRon8 lhmllwrRon81reliidnt > persons personsPresident r rPrexldxnt
President lloosevelt just escaped being beingsensational beingBelUlltional r reetu
eetu sensational + rdWnnl in th tlm speech width ho dolly delivered doUyered ¬ I i P PBred
ered to his old friends and neighbors at atiho a athe J Jthe +
the exercises oXIrc ltI in tho afternoon af rnollU Seated Seateddirectly Seateddirectly 1 c l ldirectly
directly in front of the stand from which whichthe whichthe
f fMmy
the President spoke was a post wet of Grand GrandArmy GrandArmy
Army veterans and to them and their theirorganization theirorganization
organization tho President Pre ldent addressed him himself hlmeelr himet ¬ J
self et + lf particularly P nfticulnrl Y Ymach Indirect referenoo was wasmade WaRmadn S
made to tho Pout Office scandals to the theRussian thtItulian ttuussia +
Russian R ussia n ncapital situation and to the relations rl lntloUI of ofcapital orcapital
capital and labor to the Government Tho ThoPresident ThnPrfJsiellnt ThoPneidsut
President sold In effect that thatdishonrsty dishonesty ins inspublic IlIopl1bllo
publlcQfa public life was nomnreto no more mOTlto to IK barxcuxed excused excu d than thandishonesty thandlhonttl nT nTdishonwtybt
dishonesty dlhonttl y In prl privatellfuandthatwhorelnt privatellfuandthatwhorelntildaves > rlvatellfeandthal vate IIfosnd that wherever whereverthieves whoJt1OIthlews
thieves were found in the public wrvloa wrvloathey rvloo rvloothey k kthey
they should bo lx prosecuted to the full ex extent exttllt extent ¬ ° °
tent of If law lawIn lawIn i iIn
In speaking 81 > of tho need of an effectl cffectfvo cffectfvonavy elTPcthUnay + vr vrrosy
navy Mr lloosevelt said tliat wo are at atpresent atprelMnt i ipresent
present at pence with nil the world and andthat andttwt nd ndt
that t there th ro It L nothing not hlng to indicate imllca to that peace peocaIs
Is 1 1 to ba disturbed Ho added however howeverthat howeverthat howaverthat
that the best way to Insure a continuance continuanceof
of peaceful peaa + fal relations with n ilh tho other Powers Powerswas 10WIrIIwas t twnx
was to have n navy na Hint could meet ship shipfor shipfor l lfor
for ship any navy in the world worldBpcaking worldSpeaklnp a aSpenkinq
Bpcaking of the relations of nttvtpttal Anipital ItIIpllaland ItIIpllalandboor andIaMr and andlabor
labor to the Government the President PresidentBald ITI81dentaid IreeldentAcrid
Bald aid 5 5Thin
This ThIHII Is N not and rev never N r sliall silo 11 be a Govern Government Governmlt Gova r u ¬ 9 9mint
mint of the plutocracy plllt Jcracy < Tlifc la not andnEn and andnever anrlneEr
never nEn Ershall shall be the Government of a mob mobThis InobIhls + i
This sentiment aroused the ho grcnttMtamount greatest greatestamount greatelltIlmOllnt
amount of enthusiasm and the President Presidentwas
was + UII cheered and shouted shout Id at by h all + ho citi citizens clti1ena il ilvAne ¬
vAne of Huntington and all the agricultur agriculturists a ricllltur riclllturists ¬ A AIsis
ists of Long ong Island within tho t h Bound of his hisvoice hilloice hievoice +
voice voiceHuntington oice oiceI1untin fl flliuntingion
Huntington I1untin ton really began 1 IIati > Its celebration celebrationon cphrnt ion r l lnn oil
on Friday evening and there will bo a hold holdover holdover ¬ I j 1 1over
over today tu dn Y Ytuolc but the real thing of coins courwstook COIIrteI R V
took I ok place rlacv yesterday IlItorda AH 11 sunrise yester yesterday p pl > tor torday m mmornln ¬
day Y morning mornln 6 a good q qold ood and Boundbarrelled Boundbarrelledold souud burrellEHl 1 1green
old gun fired a national ualuto on tho village villagegreen 11I1ot 11I1otgreen
green At 0 oclock n there was wan a parade paradeof arad aradof r rof
of school children escorted by the Ih local localpost 10 < 111 111pOllt + q qpoet
post of the Grand Army rmy of the thrltt Republic Republicand 1wpuIJlieand + public 17 17mul
and half an hour later the American Alm rlcan Hug Hugwas f1111Cwnil N Nwns
was raised for the Jirst time on tho site of oftho oftho r rthe
tho Old British fort Golgotha which over overlooks 01 01lools overlooks ¬
looks the village from tho ridge of the old oldHuntington 0111Huntington oklIimttiugton
Huntington burying ground groundIn
In the presence of o the veteran IJ + of f the thecivil th thcivil r t tcivil
civil war Ir and 10OUO 10IM or 15000 rwidons rl itms of ofHuntlngton ofIIuntlnllton r
Huntington and elsewhere 1 wlel 1 four Luis l1I1 + uly in inthe IIIthe b
the uniform tl of r f the t h N Cadet adM Corps or p plnrtat s of tmi Hunt Huntimton 4
imton union school pulled together on tho fhnhnllinrdN thohalliards
halliards and the Ing went to the top oflbe of oftlie
tlie 100foot 100 font polo flea bund played The TheStar rhoStar
Star Spangled Itanner and former Con Congiwmiim rot ft ftgu
gu giwmiim + ssrnnnrownsenrl Townsend Scudder t + delivered nn nniiddrens nuaddrenx
iiddrens on Colonial mid Hovolutlonnry HovolutlonnryTimes Ituvohdinnm y i ifimPS
Times Mr Scudders speech nun n flan flnosample h hN1
N1 sample I n P to of Fourth of July Jul Y ornirr oratory Y Ythe in which whichthe
the successive stages of the history of tho thoBtars rhoStnrN
Btars and Stripes played an important part partFrom 1 1From
From Cemetery Ridge tJm Grand Army Armyveterans At my i ivelerane
velerane veterans marched to the ternifo h rrnrv overlook overlooking m ttlnnlc ttlnnlcing ¬
ing the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial MemorialBuilding j jBulldbrq <
Building In Main street mid dedicated dedicatedthe j f fthe
the Madman gun presented to the G A H HPost f fPost
Post of Huntlngton by tliu United States StatesGovernment 3 3Cos
Government Cos erument Such an occasion occ winn required requiredof l lof
of course more oratory mid the Hon HonJoseph HonJoseph
Joseph M Belford orated on Huntingtons HuntingtonsPart htnlingtonsPart
Part in Die Civil lei War WarFifteen RnrFifteen
Fifteen minutes was u u all the time that could couldIK I IIN
IK given to the gun dedication for a his historical kintorical ¬ <
torical and Industrial parade had to be bestarted testarted
started at 1030 1030ncloch oclock The Thepuradnalurled Thepuradnalurledau parade started startedon
on time It was led by tin Grand Alnrshal AlnrshalHenry y ylirnryDenton
Henry lirnryDenton Donton + vbnsensfallo vl > o was followed + mdbyRichnnl mdbyRichnnlF by Richard RichardF j joNlda +
F Carmans coach Reliance with u Ith all tho thooDlclal
oDlclal dignitaries of lliceelebrntion on top topFollowing fopFallowing
Following the Kilinnco in rstmn inn floits floitstypical floTtNtypical
typical of the llfo and history of Hunting Huntington f finn
ton Ono of the most unique features of ofthe ratfhn
the parade wax the real thing in the thoway theany
way of a + whaleboat a relic of the old oldwhaler
f fwhalerlnrning
whalerlnrning whaler Morning Star which belonged to toCold toCold
Cold Spring Harbor and brought much muchwealth muchwraith
wealth to that community when it was th this thishnnro i ihome
home of many whalers The Ixmt was wasmounted uasmnunlyd
mounted onn on n wagon t nick and in it were six sixmen f fmen
men tho oldest of o whom ifl nearly 00 whowent who whowent
went on the last blublxr blubberhunting hunling trip of oftho ofthe
the Morning Star StarThose StnrThree
Those men Bat nt tho onrs dressed In tho thocostume fhnonsUuno
costume of whalers and received an ovation ovationfrom ovationtmn
from the time tho parade started till tillit tillit
it stopped When the parade wan over the Ihosextet thesextHt
sextet of blubber hunters as they wen wenpleased weropleased
pleased to cull themselves adjourned to tothe tofhn
the village inn for soniothinn soothing xnulhingNhnn soothingWhen
When they had lieen fN en projxrly prole + rly soothed soothedthey t tthey
they stepped out Into New York avnnuo avnnuoand nsrnuoM
and ho who had served s + rs M d ai steersman H t PI rxmnn of oftho f ffhn
tho boat on tho last voyage of tho Morning MorningStar Burninghtar
Star walked u up to one of his nncient shipntntnxand ship shipmains
mains ntntnxand and said saidI
I I say mate if Id a hud about four fouror fournr
or five inoro swigs nt that grog 1 mrkonId reckon reckonId
Id a come gel darn near lean motes morenhulf moteshalf
half sens over overAt Drat4t
At 1110 oclock ocla < k fhn lie Hon II 1 C Platt PlattAsuMint PlutlAyislnnt
AsuMint United States District Attorney Attorneyfor
for tho Knstcrn Dixtrlet of Now York de dellyoiid r rIi
Ii llyoiid amd a a historical address iti the Oporu OporuHOTSO OpnrnIdu
HOTSO Idu + + f Mr Ilnlt gave some Interesting GdrrextingIJunUuglmt InterestingIIiintliiKtoii
IIiintliiKtoii history At 1 oclock the thewomen ihoannlen
women of Huntinclnn iach ilresHed In the thecoMumo fhnconrose
coMumo of n Puritan mother or daughter dnughhrnfrved daughterrvd +
nfrved rvd luncheon to IluntliifiUms luuthrG > tix guests guestsIn
In the rooms e < f the Union Club ClubAt tub tuba tubr1l
At 2 oclock thorn + wns n military drill drillnf
a nf fib tlie r Seventeenth hrclnrtkvnlt sn i r5r r5rrntrnriur Separate rntrnriur I Company C rnar P td Y YFhtNhinq pP of ofFlushing
Flushing and an hour Inter ntrr it wasnn wasnniiiiimxd waxnnnornrhvi
iiiiimxd that the United Slates converted convertedyacht canvurterlyruhtiIph
yruhtiIph yacht Svlph with llm President Prf nident and hln hlnrmrty a au7rty
rmrty ubourrl ulioard won coming up tq Huntington HuntingtonBay
Ittx Bay
i hr > rnrrplGsn rowpt Ion committeeof ammHtnnfsvhlchJoxeph ammHtnnfsvhlchJoxephIr wjdchtloscph wjdchtloscphIrwin
Ir Irwin + ciu wos tm chainnnn quickly cot Into Intoliarriagcs r rcnrringex
liarriagcs and pnuNrrlcd jiroc Mdcd to th fhn < 5 shore of oftlie ofiho
tlie bay nay they got ot there jiuit 1 Illlt nn the Sylph Sylphnttendeil y I P Pntfnndrd h I
nttendeil by by half a down steam yttclulnInchuling yachts yachtsincluding
including 1hnrirN nulls li Flint Fllntx Arrow and andseveral sadeerernl
several cchoonirs tied up at tho plrrDlr pier pierMr
Mr Irwin siicok Jmnds with the Presiaenl Presiaenland Preeldentmu1
and that ended the reception crrrmon ceremony r R
Everybody cllmlicil into cnnrl rrriggre gps anti amiproceeded antipmaederl
proceeded to tJie stand where tits speaking 1 +

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